Newton South High School - Regulus Yearbook (Newton, MA)
- Class of 1979
Page 1 of 208
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 208 of the 1979 volume:
.Q. THE SEASONS, THEY CO ROUND
AND THE PAINTED PONIES CO
UP AND DOWN
WE'RE CAPTIVE ON THE CAROUSEL
WE CAN'T RETURN, WE CAN ONLY LOOK-
BEHIND FROM WHERE WE CAME
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Cartwheels turn to edrwheels through the town
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'Till you drag your feet to Slow the ureles down
The years spin by, and now the boy is twenty,
Though his dreams have lost some grandeur coming true.
There will be new dreams, maybe better dreams - and plenty
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We're captive on a carousel of time.
We can't return, we can only look behind from where we came
And go 'round and 'round and 'round in the Circle Game.
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Dvinpse-y, Circ-gg Drilwn, Nancy Fishlwin.
Franczis Hanlon, Mark llcrnanclvz. Samuvl
lshilxawa. Alan lvc-S, Karla-nu Kayrzv, lanvt
Kohn. Rollin Lillancl, Donna Lipson.
Susan Maple-s. Maria Marios, Laura
Mille-r, Tamar Mintz, Uavicl Nauss.
luliana Pefrlxins, Paraslx rllSdlUlSULlSlS,
flrwgory Wfing, Cheri-Ann Wong
l,l"f'I' XXI!-xurlmlmw, lay lim'.1l'111r.lx. If-Hwy
Clrmk. ll'HI'1'f,' Kusv, K.1s'l.1 l,s-rr, Ruasn-ll
Nnzcvle-Hi. lI?IlIlifl'I' Nurirm. llnvirl fJlIlHf'Il.
mlrua Rr-sh. Arthur' R1r,h.nr1Isrm.
Nlalrjum' Snliiz-I. Inhll Hmnlllr-rg. lflllm-1
Huhlunlz. Rolf:-rt Suu-gnc-Illly. In-nrmlfs-I'
Slmrp. Thunms Shi-ff. Kurt Shl11Ql'I.
Rumly Spiro, Rc-gina: Str-wart. Sh.mm
Ungar, Lisa Vmihuu, Anim-Hffih
XVIHKJQIWIII, M14,h.n'l VVKIIIQ. Iillr-rx
Miczhvlf- Afiznrus. Iilivzn-r Iluvidl. l'v1fzr'y
Mmvuy. Dimmu- Plnhc-Ili, lam- Pullnnk.
Kyle Ruzhurfls. P.1ull1 Rcmrzh. Lisa RUINWT5.
lianrry Runs. Kim Smith, Uuvicl 'l'.al.amn.
Huy 'l'1'sslrfr. R.mfiy VVdSSf'I'IUdIl. Mlm
VVviss. luliaa Wflrlvillski, Rulnert W'rml.
Paula limszs. Maxim- Brown. Shim Ile-is-r.
llvlnim' Killlfllhlfl. Stl'phUIlll' M.1l'1us.
Donna M.1I'sha11l, Faith Mutmin, rlwlllllllhy
Murphy. Riczlmrmi Niciulm-Ill, lviirs-y
Nuttunsun, l,ynvtIL- IN-nzlx. Mum: Pnmrrii,
I.:-sliv Pullmzlx, Dfwin Stfwxxarl. Allsun
3-live-11 liruuks. The-ru-5.1 l1Ul,l.ni. .-Xluy'
I'1lSK'I1ll1'IW1,1, l,is.n Iingllsh, Summ lily.
, Ril:hu1'd l,s'x'1n1', H.11'l'y Rug lm ', C'
X 7 , ' Tlllllxlllltlgy. Amir'I'11l1:h1nslxy,
Ilavitl Atkins, Martin Bern, Peter Burgio,
Shirish Dandekar, Antoinette Hunter,
Bri-tt Lawton, Robert Lem, Diane Raeder,
tfassandra Roland, Gail Rosen, Leslie
Rosenberg. Gail Ruhin, Alan Ryter,
latzques Sasson, Lisa Schnitzer, ludith
St-iter, Lauren Shlager.
Mary Barker, Ruth Berggren, Rachel
Berkovits, Rosalie Day, Douglas Eng,
Melissa Hernandez, Carol Hsiung, Peter
Rroeker, Mary McGowan, Linda Price,
David Riese, Karen Sapers, Kurt Schluntz,
Renee Sciegienny, Steven Shapiro, Linda
Bird, Susan Spielman.
Todd Brilliant, Kevin Butler, Daniel
Coughlin, Stacey Dallin. Michele Defazio,
Tracey Dellaria, Laura Fraser, Adrienne
Hudson, Robert Partridge, Virginia
Rowland, Stephen Tsang, Roland Upham,
Craig Zoll, Lisa Zolli
Richard Bianco, Steven Brooks, Erica
Campbell, Rino Dalfonso, Carolyn
Duggan, Andrew Finkle, Iohn Kotzen,
Mark Phillips, David Samuels, Catherin
Sr-asholes, Laura Sheingold, Michael
Wasserman, Stuart Wisel, Linda Young
' l ou :eu
5 msmnn I I zz A
leffrey liovarnirgk, Iorli lirr-rim-i, ls-ll
Brown, Miehelle Casper, lohn fit-ntilfz
Andrew Kessler, Alex Kilinsky, llaiyl
Lewis, Carole Mrzlvlahon, Mirzhai-l l'i'ingle.
Kevin Riehardson, Elisa Romm, flnrlrew
Sigal, Sean Slattery, Victoria Stanrler.
Debra Weinstein, Ann White, lillen
Bahara Boudreau. Marcia Cooper, Sara
Frim, Iennifer Knight, Iohn Martinangelo.
Lauren Mclean. lean Olin. Paul Pagounis.
Kevin Roberts, Benjamin Sehwalli. Clarl
Seletz, Leslie Snyder, Kiane Soc-hle.
Rohert Goodman, Steve Graff, Rohm
Hurwitz, Kerry Kelly, Michael Kline, Ieff
Lerner, Gina Lombardo, Dinah Longson.
Lauren Kaufman, Nancy Parker,
The SET QSenior Exit Test! 1
The following is a test to determine the amount of knowledge you have gained, and to make sure that you
are ready to leave Newton South High School. Please follow the directions carefully.
Directions: Step 'lx Crab as many 112 pencils as you can find. Step 2: Break 112 pencils in half- you may
take this test in crayon if you wish. Step 3: Answer each question carefully. Random guessing is not
suggested. but if you can narrow the answers down to ten or less then try to make an intelligent guess. Step
-1: Now begin - you have twelve days to do each section, so work quickly. COOD LUCK!!!
Port l Multiple Choice:
1. Newton South's two colors are QA! Blue and Orange QB! Orange and Blue QC! Apple and Orange QD!
Don't know - l'm color blind
2. Which of the following is the mascot for the Newton South Lions QA! The Pink Panther QB! Yogi Bear
QC! Toucan Sam QD! all of the above QE! Don't know - never went to a game
3. What House is Wheeler Commons found in? QA! Cutler House QB! Dog House QC! Library QD! Don't
know - they all look the same
4. What is the name of Newton South's yearbook QHint: can be found somewhere in this book! QA!
Denebola QB! Goodwin Commons QC! The Orange Lion QD! Don't know - can't read Latin Qor is it French!
Port ll: True or Folse
1. Newton South has a front entrance
2. Salamagundi can be found in the gym
3. The third floor of Newton South is above the second
4. Newton South cheerleaders wear pants
Port Ill: Take your time with this question. lf you answer this correctly you can leave Newton South
proudly. If not, we suggest a pair of dark glasses and a trench coat to sneak your way out. On the line
below, spell Newton South High School QHint: There is more than one word involved!
E,-563 A X 'X
iffy rss' ie. ll!
Ki M l
Yxzfy all hs
,. -xi g ix
.41 A Q .L A A
mix' iw lui-iv our tiimr so iiumriiuluiif.
mimi spvmi our ciuvs so limi vivuiit ...
W0 iight our lumps for utmosphfsrfr
und hung our hopes on clicimifrlifirs ...
Wf: know its ciil ci passing phusfr,
find so its time to rrhungrr mir wciys,
but I'vf: Iovcrci iiifesrr ciuys . ..
1-' J ,
Hut I'v1: loved these rlriys.
We get so high rind get iiriwiiuru,
I r1on't know why I oven ISHN! -
VVf:'H huvr: to uimngr: our illlilffi wriys
Al A52 M
So before wi: end, and then begin,
wifi! drink ci toast to how it'fs been ..
A ff?M!INUVt?ilUl1I'H io iii'i'niiipii-tw
A few nmru tinurs that I min my -
Ivfr Iovmi tiivsc
days . ..
V Ms' '
. ' I
Caryn Ioy Abroms
61 Alban Road
"A smile takes only a mo-
ment, but it's memories last for-
The spaee is too small,
the words are too few,
the friends, too warm,
the memories, too true.
Much love and gratitude to
my teachers, friends and family.
"Little brother", "Rob",
"Scoop", "Miss New York", and
22 Brandeis Circle
Michael Harvey Agulniek
271 Spiers Road
To Have - To Hold - and -
In Time - Let Go.
Robert I-I, Alexander
82 Miller Road
"Every body perseveres in its
state of rest or of uniform mo-
tion in a straight line, except is
so far as it is irompelled to
izhange that state by impressed
CS, Eli, SF, Star Trek. 6
Deborah L. Alexander
242 Lake Avenue
French Club 10, 11 President
12. Swimming 10,11,12.
Behold, I do not give lectures
or a little charity, When I give
...Friends . ..
Roberta Michele Allen
7-1 High Roizk Terrace
"Look not with your eyes for
they see only limitations. Rath-
er, seek with understanding and
you will find much more."
Thanks to special people
whose friendships have meant
so mucth to me. Love to my fam-
ily, and grandparents. Warren -
"I c:an't find the right romantic
line. But see me once and see
the way I feel."
283 Brookline Street
To the people who made my
years at South enioyable, I say
thanks. Remember Needham.
Natick. Sharon, FRG, RS.,
N.P.L., Goodbye to KV.. I.K.,
and all my friends at South, and
thanks to my family for their
Southpaw 10: Spanish Club
10. 113 Regulus 11.
Iudith Rene Appelbaum
62 Wiswall Road
"If you love something, set it
If it Comes back to you, it's
If it doesnt. it never was."
Good luck to: IM.K.l, M.M., SK.,
M.F,. M.A.. IH., MH., 81 D,I.
And to all of BAYGL. Speedy.
l'll never forget anything and
everything we've done together.
Thanks for everything. Love you
always. 2!11!76 - '?!??!?? -
Daniel E. Aronson
250 Woodcliff Road
"Friendship causes pain."
"Hey Dave, T.N.K." Never
forget "The Boomer", "the
House", "Helga the Fox", "the
square", "BILLY", "Hoops with
the men", "Hoops without the
men", "Maine, California and
Canada", "the years well spent
D.C." Thanx to those who
End of an Era
20 Trowbridge Street
I take I into thy world
and develop thy mind
leave those happy memories
of my childhood behind
Remember the girls L.M., SP.,
and K.S., and always and for-
ever my love, David Hayes, my
no. 1 d.j.
Gymnastics 10, 11, 12. Cheer-
Z X Ai
Nomee Dee Altsehul
53 Countryside Road
Cutler tlouneil 12: UAA 10.
"ln a field I am the ab-
sense of field. VVherever I am
... I am what is missing. We all
have reasons for moving. I
move . . . to keep things whole,"
IC.M.T.'s do it on the move!
Black Magic. HUT SIIUTI
Mala-la ne Arnoldy
15 Timson Path
"God forbid that I should go to
any heaven in which there are
no horses." Thanx: ML.. L.l..
D.D., GC., M.II., BB..
SP., B.M., Anneke-thanx
11.2. Melissa - I'll always be
there. Cheryl - "Best friends?I".
Su-12 years! Iudy - talks!
lthanks.J A sperzial thanks to the
people who shared the good
times, and stuek around through
all the bad.
Carolyn Searles Artin
41 Hyde Street
"He left the past years dwelling
for the new . . . " -OW. Holmes
"But only the sillies believe
their talk. It's ever so portant
how you walk. And it's ever so
jolly to eall out, 'Bearsl lust
watch me walking in all the
"Gee, and Catczhe a falling starre
Susan I. August
32 Littlefield Road
Life's been good IW. Good
luck to: The neighborhood, PR..
MA., Iohanna Wild, and Christ-
Albemarle, Marlboro, MS., PP..
Summer "78". RR. "77", Storm
"78", Wayland Prom 5 20 77.
Rachel. you're my B.F.F. I loxe
you. Mom. Iiarl. Dad. Ruthie.
latn t' Nt ott llaltlvt'
Nl" N tln' appattattts. the-
onsv, XY:-llllm'n't "TT", lflllltlllf'
'tif lXMlllgXl-', lltyvr sptnnlng.
tltnalln-s, Nll, F-tatv laqnnr
tntttttttwtnttw. tht' lvahy,
ll l' l lt S, 'l' li l,. l'.ll,l'., "Rum-I
fum? Nlt'ltssa"' ll:-rttten linzk. Ral-
mlnv tn math lalotl lntrk tn all,
lw,X.Xtt littth' thanx to my
ltttttlt l-Ilxst-, luxe' ls utils lui'-
knng 1.1. liapt, Lti lt'ItltlS 1.2,
ltuii llorsvt Roatl
lhat "CI:-rt a 1 n S nm lllt'l'U
crnttgln-5 talwaysll. lootlzall par-
! tn-s tnf-wrtt. plays. tzht-vrlt-acling
YD. llnnntry. Sangrtan' Spam
TT". SLIINITIPIW "TTU with lloh
PII "TH", IXX' - H.XN',l?, fill? INN'
bl XYNI. llli - ll. FUXF, l,X', -
tn1t1at1on5lfQ.fX1. - t,.t,, wtth nm-
nttew? Mttzhn-le' - l"orQ-vt-1'
lll'lt'Iltl5 Loyt- to Whitt-5 tlatnlly
-Jt To my lamtly who knt-w l
wonltl makt' xt - lou- N thanks
. . l tlttl
w'-an . , A, .,, .2
, -111 ' ' lilft'
'V 1 . ,1 x.
' ' is,
P- lf ,fyjffg
lin-tt liarvnholtz Riuhartl liarnvtt
ttltl ljt'I't'iQ,I'lItt' Road liti 'l'hs-oclors' Road
"Not only should you hells-vt:
in what you'rv doing, hut yon
shoulnl know what you'rc
lll nvyt-r forget all thc- gre-at
tnne-5 with my lrinntls, and a
spewtal thanks to my pare-nts.
5ut.t,t'F IU, 11. 1.2.
-H Nartlvll Roatl
txtttplu-lv Lynne' Be-nnvtt
To llotnt'stc'.xtl Strvvt
l hall somv womle-rlul yu
with my trivntls. l drvatl lvaytng
hvhlntl Horne- ol tht- ln-st tlmvs
ol my ltlv. hnt l know l must
move- nn to now atiqnatntantis-5
anml nvw t-xp:-rue-mt-sa. I wtsh
' xv ,X-1
tp IH tot
.41 ""' 5'
. " .-f gait,
Nathan I. llvrkoy tts
179 Xxrlltlllfllllll Roatl
Soliufty llonkvy. Baseball
Clnczks, Chr-vsy. and La Voz tbut
not ne-txt-ssartly tn that orderl
Thanx to my tva1,ht-rs and DB.,
ED., CDH UB., UC.. DLI.. BG.
tno P5'sl. lla-ha hoys, sm' ju to-
morrow trnaylwj "We-ll, vxcu-u-
n-use me -."
-a tzrazy guy
-11 X A
Paula Marie Bibbo
54 lndiana Terrace
Good luck to CQ.. ED., P.D..
DD.. A.G,. CG.. DB.. L.P., N.B.,
LD.. AB., E.S.. P,M. and others.
Goodwin Girls all the fun we
had hanging around tthe partiesj
Freak out. Beast of Burden.
"Summer of 77" MU. Never
forget driving around. "Slow
Down" Nothing over ninety.
Stop! Thanks Iudy.
tl .e.t P
10 Esty Farm Road
Rachel Anne Bernstein
25 Longfellow Road
"Tomorrow Life ls Too Late:
Live Today." Memories . . . "The
Neighborhood" especially A.W.,
R.L., B.D., "the foot". B.P. at
B.ll., Storm "78". Good Luek:
D.W., L.A., GS., l,.W..
D.M., IL., DS., its been fun!
Susan, you're my B.F.F. I love
you. Many thanx to that some-
one who made my Summer of
"78" so special. Mom 81 Dad
60 Brookline Street
Peabody Iunior High
303 Upland Avenue
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Gfdff' M3 I
Keith Adams Boeoek
1224 Walnut Street
"Every year is getting shorter.
never seem to find the time.
Plans that either come to naught
of half a page of srzribbled
Quinulis quin Ro
T are ire luis I remfmber
ri life though wma rim n
ms in and so
mv x luv
B ills 5
vciil hnlxs to SH
Stu 1 frill Lipc Flurii i
Ihdnlv, Mum Did mil South
fu the times ui mx lil:
9 Wa11'1'en 'l'l'I'1'ilK2t'
W :vm Bornslf in
'57 Spur rs Ro id
Th inklulm ss to me rvliodw who
help: Ll me miki it through hui
Cond times in 77 78 with HC
M Mui h i
iluclf to Mom 8: Did M ix yum
song ilwivs he sung Mn uiur
he irt filw ivs lic luylul M ix Xllll
BD 81 Phi Hind
I know it hurts to s iv goumllivl
Bu it s time for me to ily
Suzanne Ellen Boisvert
Minutes are temporary, but
memories last forever. Best of
friends never part - Cathy, Io,
Chris, Carole, Brenda, the
GUYS, Donny, Nat, leannine,
Tammy, North with Margie.
Blizzard, Vineyard, Cape, Kin-
ney-bunk, Partys, Sports, Sum-
mer 77-78, Beaches, weekends,
rzruisirf, hangouts, ranks. Love
to Family. Mgr. basketball,
hockey, lacrosse 10, 11, 12. Soc-
cer 11, 12,
dit wh l
it VUUI iltsl it thc 1
ind s x iy Am soon db
vol 110 longer trv you ll ti n
ml slim in lix NU
we lr omc
lxe nm I oggins
im mls Mum your irim mlship
xrx spam il to
Ruin rt Aicllix B1 ium is IR lx: nm th M in Bu mhmi
41Aliiidun Strut Bmiilliwn Piilx
Weslxs Me lLlUWNllIllUlX
.is is lxr nm
mid like thin llUI1lN lm i
the A li 0 un ning it Ihr Bllkl in ll
0 cl ss st time thi Fox md Ro
rrnci Lmcl th: lm ai lx p irlxing fwpwfl il Xl il c C I
i 1 i W
iwn up it South L R llw li S llif B gilllts
PM llixe 11 1 Nudlss Point
lf it IM lh inlxslin
Alu us lc in the m laughing
Robert Victor Bm: el md
69 Waldorf Rodd
It has been fi long road filled
xr ins and lllllll' s
and han found it is 0
Wrsstling hanging 0111 down
Huntinv incl Irippmg Hello to
th inks to mx molhel mul liihnr
101 ilu ns hung thi rn
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my N e 1 ui , - 3 5 i M whi A 'Q' it Clive-' rt'me with 'igtc i I e. At
so 1 rv cloud a ."rmf are L A rg ' - ' K, L.. to fi it: vij. l J . " thx' 2 I A '? ' ' nly
liv' D. All nij life. l'vse 1211 GG., B. ., AZ., ILE. 1 gn I- k L 2 L. j ' ir 2 ,. ' '
2 i ' ' 2 Q . ij If - amd fi it xi l' gg K' ur ' . Q ' '
Q ei 2' g k ing 3 g , Q f f l'. the' cafe: Q ' . ' ' U,
Sp :Ai t ii J . UWA :Q ' ivy 2' . 'K' - " L' , 'Q 'ni 'H ' .
Memories to House' rnzinguring, stay f0I'ggyt3fy'1JllUg. K B Thanks tu my family and all my friends. .ind special
the- .f van, Q' , 'H 2, 'la. . . ' - 1 me - v' "r Q A e J 5' " 4 1 1
" A , L 4 .' ' g gi -, is vw h' S 1 :ii mv. X i 'i -' ' '.
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R.Ii.L . - S. . i
L Q- f- Q 1 22 -1 il w
-2 Q 'L f '
lt W' J ai grunt thi' 2 - yvurs. I ' ' A'
2 wc "' to say i ks tu "Yu N' ' '- mince, su hu '0 ,
' NLS. Ill., and - l izlx f l' " i N ' " ' lght.
Aut :ai .'.'. Cluml timvs iii thi' POS ' x all ' ' . a clx, - V, ,
A cm -" ' i 2' a ' 'lot N' ' li F! 1 '. The Tvs! - :Y
,r aiml tu f'V01'yUIN' that l have- li, li. You Xnimul! Cal e-st 76.
km 4 ,' A 1, H CMH Du: zz ll: at ' i Ski-
I.B,, UH., CLI.. . . k"g.,1yj ini, - ' . 'l'hv clay is
dm 'a 1 S I lily.
Sara-lklvrvtlythc' Breda Nanny Ivan liri-nnan lay Brooks liroadnax flaryn litvth liroitman
-L8 Lants1rnl,ans- 38 Sullivan Aw-niiv 118 Ualxrlalc- Road H1 lioiincl Brook Road
XYhs-vlvr Llutlf-r lNhuultvi' Cioodwin
East lr. High. Mt-atlmm'hroolx Al- lVlf?ilLlUVVllI'Utllx VVilson Ir. lligh
ways rsfinvinlwi' tht- falls and Trask 'l, Z, Ii: USU 1, Zi, Ii. The Thi- light whiizh puts out our
thv good timvs l had with Au. vndlvss passagm-way to tht- vv1-i'- vyirs is darkncrss to ns. Unly that
Ns-vi-r torgvt Goodwin bathroom lasting llaimr- ol' dt-stiny fzan at ddy 4l11Wf1S to Wllihli Wt' -IH'
with UU, P.D,. I,.D., PH., LP., time-s sm-m to tatlt- into total uwulw, 'I'hf'rv is Irion- fliiy to
l'l.lJ.. l'.l3.. UQ., UC., Atl., darlxnt-ss, No matte-r how dark flilwll- 'lihf' SUN is ltlll -1 mUI'f1lULi
lJ.lVl,. BS.. D.li., till.. Clll., tlie'i'oatl,sc'1' tht- light, Hpairlxs in Slit!!
Clll., Ill, ITM, Nvw llainpshirc-. tht- night art' what lilit-'s all llvnryDziv1tl'I'hon-an
Derar Clown gvtting lost. Chiiczlx, ahoiit. Liirzlx to all, lie- wal with
lamzlxif-, Maris, Chris, 'l'om, lliin- yoi1rst'lx'e's.
raddivs, Grvat Stgotts. Glads-
tont-s with Kathy. flood liitzlx to
all my sisturs. and my hrothe-r.
Thanks tor me-rytlitiig Mom.
Lisa Both Brown
12 lN'larshfic-ld Road
"Now l know niy lili- has giv-
vn mv mort- than me-morn-s Day - '
hy day, XM- nan ss-ff. ln e-vrfry
momvnt the-rm-'s a rvason to tiar-
My frivntls. our rnvmorii-s ani
e-ve-rlasting posse-ssions. liiniha
WAHF, iam it rxiayinhans. l
llrisli. lillvn Hlxlaylit-'r' l'llIlt'lU.
li.F,. RF., l.K.. llvy Hin". Hliiirzlx- ,
in' Blick". Swingvr. lsraine-r. My
family - Thanx.
Softball 1. 3. Zig Fir-ld lloiglwy 1. i
2, ' 'g ,J 9
29 Brffwste-r Road
l,ik0 a trvsr growing in ai forvst
nvver to fadv away
nf-ver to stop growing.
VVQ see: tJllI'Sf5lYf'S living on to
thv llfiiillllflll things ahe-ad of tis. V
to reminiscgv of high sohool
and not to lvt go of things to '
PS. Mom and Dad l l,CJVl'1
lo id I
September 15, 19721 10:45 1967
C, l,t1. with Lhet and Rob, l,.ll..
S.l,., MF., lx.1'.,S.lx.,C.D., 11.11.
ks, ko, i-ii.. ec... iii.. fxii.. I
207 Brookline Street
Many people pass these days. l
learn to know and share their
ways. For they have taught me
how to deal with all the people
in this great ordeal. O look to
the future of challenging ex-
perience knowing experienei '...
is the teacher of life. B'Ball 10-
11-12, DCL Champs, l,.T.D., Reg-
al. Friends in Waban, Always
Soph. Summer. BC Highgame
and senior year.
27 llillside Road
Best ot triends never part
lloz. llnforgettable times with
The Cang - Blizzard '78, Sum'
mer, Maine, liurkesf many
more. 'l'he Corner l'arties! XY
Rall - 1iiW.l"., states, Cymnas-
ties 1, 2, 11 - speeial. Always
Rieh, Iaizk and guys. l"orex'er -
Carole, l,aui'ie, St. Croix. 'l'o All
my trienils: l,ox'e and thanks.
Family - i:ouldn't have made it
Albert C. Bupp
135 Winchester Street
l.V, Soeeer '10, 11: I.V. Hockey
10, Varsity Hockey 11. 12: Stage
Crew 12: Explorers Club 10, 11.
Cood-bye to South: igollege and
adult life are coming. Une thing
to say to everyone entering the
real world, their senior year.
and, of eourse, to all D and D'
ers - l-'ight on!
Donna M. llurokas
110 llraeland fXx'enue
Always remember l-LD., DD..
NH., l,.l3., C.C., All., PP., BS..
HF.. l,.l'., Pll., CQ., UM.. l'.D..
1..S..'1'he B room, Bermuda, Ski-
ing, Uaneing, Dimensions, Diet-
ing and Hating. l3Fll with
and l'.l'., The Proms, and to
Mom and llad for all their help.
195 Winslow Road
51 Mossdale Road
Sailing 1. 23 Debate 1, 21 Radio
Club 11 Wrestling 3: Senior
Class Committee: May Arts
Dance Contest VVinner Two
friends are like parallel lines.
they start side by side and go on
forever. Unlike intersecting
lines. they will not meet but
once and part their own sepa-
rate ways. - Rocky Calvi - l'd
like to thank everyone that
made it possible to graduate
and continue to get closer to my
Paul T. Butters
106 Upland Avenue
Football Co-Captain Wrestling
Co-Captain, Lacrosse Co-Cap-
"lt isn't if you win or lose, it's
how much you party after the
game." "DI", Seif, Krass, Smitt,
Elmo, Tonto, Shonie, Foxy, Mr.
P., Lomey, Thanks and good
The Cape, Vineeyard, Whippet
Boys, The Family, Bonging, 714,
Mad Dogs. Special thanks to
Mom and Dad.
Christine M. Carpluk
52 Crescent Avenue
Always remember the good
times out front. PH. RD, ID, LD.
Geoffrey M. Bynoe
902 Albany Street
The Key in my search for life
l've found that worth + work
+ time 2 success. -Hynoe-
Remember . . . You've never had
success or failure 'til it's over.
Iames M. Carroll
678 Boylston Street
l shall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence
Patty and the ducks, Robin, rg. Two roads diverged in a wood
member chubbs! "Vega" Iuly
4th at HH.. Kahlua, MaCa'S.
fBevl 7000 P.D., D.D., E.D.. PB..
DB., D.M.. AC.. "The Nova"
K.P,, T.M., and others.
Love Ya Iohn. Mom. Dad and
- and l I
took the one less traveled by
And that has made all the dif-
' fn. ,VV
38 Saco Street
l'll never forget all the wild and
crazy times with Paula. Patty
RS. Wish everyone the best
Howard lay Caplan
15 Shumaker Path
"Neither piety, virtue. nor liber-
ty can long flourish in a commu-
nity where the education of
youth is neglected." -Coop'
Special friends, teachers, South
High Speaks, "Loves Labour's
Lost," and Denebola all have
made my three years at NSHS
memorable ones. Special thanks
to my family for hefping to
reach this point. Now. onward!
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David B. Cherenson
272 Spiers Road
Goo dw in
But all is changed with time The
fixture none can see The road
you leave behind Ahead lies
Thanks to D.A. for being a
friend . . . Remember M. + "The
Apparatus" "Buzz through
the Blizzard" ... "Casey" ...
"Boomer" Sprouts Pin-
ball with D.S. 6.6.W ... To
I.L.S.: Ha! . . . 0.0.H.I.A.B.W.
james Dickson Cohen
+47 Dudley' Road
"Count where mans glory most
begins And ends and say. My
glory was: I had sueh friends."
"M" and the apparatus. the
House. Dryer spinning. All
nighter with Cherry. N.ll. State
Liquor Commissioner. Thanx
and good lutzk to all my friends.
Thanx and all my love to my
family. Soccer 1. 2. fi Denebola
Cheryl Ann Cimetta
9 Williams Street
Time to say farewell to friends.
and happy busy years.
Time for fun and laughter.
and maybe even tears.
Time to gather memories.
to hold as souvenirs.
And as the futures promise
lt's time to reach for higher
Good Luek and many thanks to
all my friends and family. IF..
Beth A. Cohen
11 Wayne Road
"Never be sad for what is over.
be glad it was yours to have."
Great friends - Good bye
doesn't mean forever! Lauri
XN.S.P.. Ya llello to R.M.. A.G.
All nighters. t-bird. lill 2. V.S.S..
Iill-Y.G.A.I-'. Charlii-'s Angels.
Love and thanks to my family.
Paul - Your the best of my love
- 1976 . . .
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Christine Susan Correa
163 l.int:oln Street
"A smile takes but a moment
but the memory lasts forever '...
Always remember: Summer 78.
Friendlys Blizzard 78. Parking
Lot. Rit:h's house. Parties. lisliall
+ Football games. liest of
friends never part - C.M.. IF..
SB.. GB.. li.B. The guys. HTC.
Speeial thanks to my family.
Mom -Thank you for doing the
iob of two. Good Lurzk Theresa.
lames Bruce Cohen
103 Dortzar Road
lf you love something. set it free
lf it rgomes batzk to you. it is
lf it doesnt. it never was.
Spetgial thanks to my parents
their patience and under-
Wayne Kenneth Chou
712 Dedham Street
"Fun was always troiiblr
Trouble was always lun."
l'll always remember my good
friends. Sut. Quash. Chaz. Ram
the four Musketeers and ll.l
NEVER FURGI-IT Dlli'l'lNG
Speeial thanks to my parents
Varsity Wrestling 10. 11. 111.
i ' .J
l.awrc-nee Mark Cohen
129 Selwyn Road
"itil was so. it might be: and it
it were so. it would be: but as it
isn't. it ain't. 'l'hat's logiif'
Un ne sait lamais.
l'.iul.i Marie Condon
.ti lleryvittk Road
l i'.in't believe l'm out! Nance,
your uutsl thanx to my special
tlunily Words t'an't adequatly
express my feelings. You've
pulled me through it all. You're
grtuitl Peter, "Yo Iules! "Always
reineinber summer of 78, Baretta
lxloliile, Slot- gin fizzes and
dieto, the cape Loving you al-
ways .ind forever.
Thanx IFC for coming back
Christopher Daniel Curry
1139 lackson Street
After high school I hope to go
into Architecture or Drafting. l
also love to draw and maybe
make a future in that, In a way
like many other young men and
women, I feel strange to leave
public schools because it has
been our life up to now.
Mark Cerald Corcoran
'1-17 Spiers Road
"Life is what you make of it."
l'll always remember the good
times with all my friends at the
rink. camp, South, the parties,
Nantasket, Lake Cochituate, the
drive-ins, the Backyard, and the
Tennis - 1, Golf - 2, 3
Thanks to my friends, teachers.
and especially my family who
were always there.
2 Raeburn Terrace
"Time it was,
and what a time it was
It was . . .
A time of innocence
A time of confidence "Paul
Keep smiling-it makes people
wonder what you've been up to.
xxx i ' .bil 1
David Morris Corwin
87 High Rock Terrace
"Friendship is the only cure for
the pains of tomorrow" tD.C.l
To the best: I.H,M.K + K.L.I
will always remember" O.C.
with RC, Country side with
K.R. + M.K. Elem school with
MB. Stegy, Cape Cod Strat-O.
ndiggen it", Came 2-rl with S.E
+ B.VV, matches with Brokline,
Quebec, England and the back
Marla Lynn Curley
70 lackson Street
BP, L,N, l3.B, KC, May we all
be friends forever. Carver.
PacKie, white convertible,
drive-in partying, turtle, the sta-
tion, Plants, but umm. little yel-
low house. Thanks for the mem-
ories. Ilob Hope
Thanks to my Mother and
grandmother for being there
Michael Alan Cooper
39 Donna Road
Always remember: Scrubbing
bubbles. Risk till 4 a.m. Fingers.
T-team. Trying to forget: S-team
record, South dances. those dis-
ciplining classes. I'm grateful to
my true friend who made this
all worthwhile. Thanks to my
family. you to Peter. Love to
Mom and Dad.
Alexis I. Cushna
19 Burnside Road
Much thanks to my parents.
Cathy. Creg, Erica. Chris and
Patrick. I leave south to my sis-
ter Cathy. "Photographs and
memories. All the love you gave
to me, Somehow it just can't be
true. That all l've left to youu!
DIR. M.-XK, KMP, ALM, BK.
KWP, CR, KLP, CDC, TIR
Elizabeth Carlton Dempsey
50 Carver Road
Life is for living. so enjoy!
Thanks mom and dad for every-
thing. Without the friendship of
my friends l would probably
not be the person l am today.
Thanx - A,E,D + DA.. R.B.,
also less for being my friend 117
Howard Alan Cyker
428 Dudley Road
So many faces in and out of my
life, Some will last. some will
just be now and then. Life is a
series of hellos and goodbyes-
l'm afraid it's time for goodbye
again. 'Billy Ioel-
64 Longfellow Road
Fia Del Campo
E5 Stearns Street
Special thoughts to the Walian
gang, parties, the doors. DM.
BX. lt is a time of laughter. and
a time of tears, of growing up
and being on your own, of
trying more than ever before to
be a whole person . , .
Love and appreciation to my
parents and family, Love to lay.
405 Langley Road
Halsey - LHS. 157 - N.Y.C.
Thanks for the memories:
HM., RK., HC., Rfll.,
Dax iml Mit'h.ii'l Di-rx'
lllt XX'ooelxx'.irel Street
"lf you stop and look haezk you
riuilixe lligh School isn't just an
eeluezation, hut a life full of
Thanks Dad and Family my
lrienels .ire the hest. lets keep in
touch. Alxxniys rememher -
ezruisin with friends, Amsterdam
"TB" wliere next. South parties,
The corner "79". paerky stops.
"keep paewken 'em Forti.
Denise Christine DiCie:e:o
15 llale Street
Always rememher: K.F. D.N.
Bk, NB, ED, C.C, L.D, PB,
D.M, CQ, D.B, E.F, M.M, Ba-
nana LM AG IE Wakefield
RR PR Liughs Airs ex
Queen Florida SS Bermuda
s iinv ine Alton Biv un
times with Paula Coodluek
Leane Andrii 'ind Diane Mom
ind D id th inks for exervthing
Melanie lean Diette
39 Bow doin Street
'Xliekoli ind Coogah lixe n'
We xe xvilked hoth sides of
exerx street ind through all
kinds of windx weather hilt
was nexer our defeat
long is we eould w ilk together
ILYM' Friends theres nothing
in the world th it can eompire
Marcia lax ne Di'XI1poli
'40 Plx mouth Road
Xou know th it loxes the onlv
oil thit could hring a peiee to
an soul hex ind exerx mins
the same he w inte, the sunshine
in his nime lt takes exerx el
of people to make the world go
Loxe to mx fellow musketeers
in i speeiil thanks to M m
ind D id
26 Payne Road
Never forget the 7000's hath-
room E.D, C.C, L.D, N.B, D.B,
D.M. P.B. A.G, E.F, Bev P.R, Pe-
ter Iodi tBerdl Fun times with
Denise The AIRS summers
Parties Laughs Times with Pat
and exervone else who knows
who thev are Thanks Mom and
Dad Paul and Stexe
Paul Scott Diette
39 Bowdion Street
Time rolls hx and we see new
horizons coming old ones fad
ing awax Remember KPFAA
and Fanueil Hall? the 63 dash to
Mac The old 720 Good times
for sure Manx more xet to
eome Hope to see xou there
887 Chestnut Street
Life Skills Center
Thanks Ill make it with the
help of mx friends
Ianet Marie Donoghue
116 Dickerman Road
Ilnforgetable times . . . "Lasema-
nen Devil" Florida, the Big Slide
New York "TG window. Rock-
punt, cruisin. Always remember
RH, RC in English, MC, CR.
LD. LN. Mothers are like rain-
bows they always seem to
shine, especially one like min
en. Thanks Nana + Gramps. I
love ya both. Good luek to my
three brothers. Chip 10!24!75
XYhat can I say ',..
Stacey Lynne Driben
101 Parker Aye.
"So many faces in and out of
my life, Some will last. some
will iust be now and then. Life
is a series of hellos and
I'm afraid its time for goodbye
again." -Billy Ioel
Regulus 2. 3. Special thanks IF.
AE, LB. SM, RG, DT
IITDCIVDRJ. Nance - -1 ever.
"Do whats good for you, or
youre not good for anybody.
BC: MLA, Gregg. LUB
9 Cilazer Road
Linda Marie Driscoll
13 Clenmore Terrace
Field hockey 2, capt 31 Basket-
ball 1,2111 Softball 1,2,fl.
I'll always remember Michelle
I'I'hermalsJ, Lisa Ilxfloynihansl,
Rony, moosey Iliefiglianoj, Iudy,
Planet, Spazs, Dinah, midnight
cruises to Newton Wellsley -
thanx Dil, Kiks and all the
rest, especially the greatest
friend Kimha - "looks like
we made it!" Marie-Best of
friends forever! Coodbye
doesnt mean we'll never be to-
Q6 Iirie Avenue
Always remember the good
times in the B.R. with D.D. P.D..
RM., LP., CC, PB.. CB.,
IX., D.D., L.D., NB., ANA and
Chris, "Tickle," "Hey" Neyer
forget the parties at the cape
with Linda! North Iind, South
Boston, New Hampshire, lim-
mys Habor Side, Maura and El-
Katrina Elizabeth Dunn
7 Cluney Court
l'ye gotten to the top of my
mountain. It took a lot of climb-
ing but l'ye made it. I may haye
slipped a couple of times but no
ones perfect. I will remember
all the good times i'ye had. Loxe
and good luck to all my friends
....e- 1- i,-- I
-18 Oxford Road
'iYes l have had thoughts and
knowledge here and there.
Sometimes. for an hour or for a
day, I have become aware of
knowledge, just as one feels life
in ones heart," Herman
, . .
, : """1
80 Nardell Road
"Memories may be beautiful,
and yet Whats too painful to
remember, We simply choose to
forget ... So it's the laughter we
will rememberu . ..
Hey Spazl, Hlizzy, chairlift sto-
ries, funs KMKJ C4C Skippy 8:
the gang, Matoaka, D-block
club, the infant. APP., of
course of course "Some-
where sometime from now to-
gether again somehow."
37 Bow Road
"The sun will come out tomor-
row bet your bottom dollar,
That tomorrow they'll be sun"!
memories - music, cyo, Dance,
friends, Patti, Ioanie, Lisa,
Chris, Gayle, Ianice, Kim.
Thanks South for letting me be
Ieffrey Mark Elman
56 Broken Tree Road
Rivers Country Day School
"Best friends are for keeps and
you all are my best friends."
Thank you Mom and Dad and
Lisa for everything.
Robin, Love comes quietly . . .
but you know when it is there.
because, suddenly . . . you are
not alone any more . . . and only
happiness is inside of you.
You are my Sunshine!
. UR .
x , 7
Thomas Richard Eastaugh
15 Frances Street
l'd like to give thanks to Phil.
Rich, Mike, Mark, David, Kevin,
and the rest of the people who
helped me make it through High
School. I'll never forget the
Football team. and it's parties.
Card games, Betting pools,
Robin Amy Elman
8 Waldorf Road
"I want to learn what life is for
l don't want much. I just want
more Ask what l want and 1
will sing l want everything" -
Streisand. Thanx and much love
DS.. B.C.. ED.. RS., GA.. E.B..
always R.L.. I-I1 always.
I . .
Sharon S. Esformes
2-I2 Quinobequin Road
Reality, for some people, is
broader than it is for others.
because they have looked more,
lived more. read more, ex-
perienced more, and thought
Thomas A. Harris
Live. Learn. Love and Party. All
my love to everyone who was
there when l needed them. espe-
cially AG. tO.F.P.t
12 Gould Road
Were going wrong. were goin!
ing weight, were sleeping long
and far too late, And so it's time
to change our ways ... But l've
loved these days. -Billy lBetf
The D-Mobile, Kim, Rachel.
LG., Reggie. Summer "78",
sypoo, M.R., V-Ball, Hey Moose!
I am Free. Yes I'm Free. Now
l'm on my way!
Chess-10, 12 capt. A1
Still round the corner there may
wait a new road or a secret
gate: And though I oft have
passed them by, A day will
come at last when I shall take
the hidden paths that run west
of the Moon, East of the sun.
Iodi Robyn Feinberg
108 Harwich Road
"Minutes are temporary, but
memories last forever." Never
forget great times: Summers in
Nantasket, "Really Now", PS.,
I-TD.. AM. P-Rd., the boat,
"65" BA.-Rt. 9, thanx IE, - SB.
twhat's this?l CC. - Can a
penguin dance? Much luck and
thanx to friends. Special thanks
Mom and Dad. loyce, good luck
at N.S.H.S. Softball 1, 2, 3.
Steven llowarcl Epstein
15 Lucille Place
"Now, before we end and then
begin, we'll drink a toast to how
it's been, for l've loved these
days." -Ililly Ioel
Mom, I made it! Thanks to the
parents for love and 'IlRIlS'I'.
Love to Hlana, my best friend.
Dotty, thanks for helping me
grow. Love to the crewi CB..
IAY, I..C., RONY. MA'I"I'Y,
ETC. LUVI2 TU BI'l'I'SY
L H ' I
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, ' "f'.'. ,AL : '
35 Indian Ridge Road
"And our time is right now, and
we can do anything we really
want to. Our time is now, here
inthe morning of our Lives"
Ionathan Richman 81 the Mod-
lane Karen Feigt-nson
Il Whittlesey Road
Latin Club - Presiderit. Ifnrich-
ment Program. Soccer' Club. I,.i-
Crosse, Spanish Club. Class
Committee. A special thanks to
my family - to express my grate
itude and apprerziation would be
an impossible task Smile and
be happy, for what is lite but to
f live and what is living without a
269 Iackson Street
N e fr
if all ba as
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38 Braeeland Road
All my love to: Susie, Cherrie,
Laurie. Linda, Dana, Robin,
Donna. 81 Rita. Great times with
Foxy. Aron, Scott Snap, David.
Andy, Fish. Snowing on Iuly 14
Nantastie-78. Miss ya mudily
FDL - 21. Love always Mark,
Bobie, Zadie. l'll always be
there like you were mom. Great
friends in Goodwin Bathroom.
Mark Stephen Fisher
78 Leeson Lane
"lt was the best of times.
it was the worst of times.
Thanks to my parents
friends for the best ones - l'll
never forget Hunt, Cabinf
Shonie, lill, Ronir, Foxy, I-1,
DR.. Roundabout, Indigo, SB
123, Grill, Tasket, WL and Doug
from the mualry.
Richard Lewis Fine
18 Coohituate Road
"And what mean all these
mysteries to me, whose life is
full of indices and surds? x2 +
7x + 53 2 "
. ,J v
62 Sevland Road
Thanks to my family and
friends ... skiing . .. Quebec '76
A close encounter in N.H.
My Gran Prix A little R.
and R. never hurt What we
worry '... Aruba ...Winthrop
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Philip Marr: Fisher
985 Boylston Street
"Whats the spread?" I. the G. l
Leave to South Card games.
football pools and Wonderland
with Mike and the Coon. l'll
never forget the Berry, Rotzeo
Remember "lt's not whether
you win or lose, its HOW
MUCH!" 'llhats all for now - l
got a eard game.
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56 Greenwood Street
laequi. Iacquey? "How d'ya
spell it?" Far away there in the
sunshine are my highest aspira-
tions. l may not reach them. but
l can look up, see their beauty.
believe in them, and follow
where they lead. Enrichment.
Regulus. N.E.W., Soaps, Phan-
tom Panda, BaCC: SD's C3 To
those I love now and forever.
Kristina Lee Fong
36 Aberdeen Street
"Kiss today goodbye and sweet-
ness and the sorrow '... "
Good Luck to C,N.. CM., K.P..
Thanks Mom and Dad.
Debra Fay Fox
-154 Brookline Street
Now hollow fires burn out to
And lights are guttering low:
Square your shoulders, lift your
And leave your friends and go.
Oh never fear man, noughts to
Look not left nor right:
ln all the endless road you
Theres nothing but the night.
Q59 Chestnut Street
I.Y. + I.A., I.C., M,H., D.B.,
K.P.. K.H.. VC., PC., S.K., S.C..
P.D., B.K.. B.M.. S.M., D.F., K.F..
Mom and Dad, I'm thinking of
Christopher Martin Freeman
69 Lincoln Street
Bicycles Forever!! The one white
Tree. 77: Cross Country, HMUN,
Carousel. 78: l.B., Bubes in
Arms, Inherit the Wind, Loves
Lubour Lost: official "non-pis-
sing" actor status - LZ. 79:
Stage Crew, HMUN,'??
"Behold, how good and how
pleasant it is for brethren to
dwell together in unity!"
121 Olde Field Road
"And now it's time to change
our ways. But l've loved these
Never forget: Puerto Rico 77,
NHC, PL, Cross Country 77. D-
Block Club, Blizzard 78, The Big
N, CCVV 78, US, TTL - To re-
member always and forever.
Thanks Mom and Dad -
l'm sailing on!
Susan Sandi Freidus
41 Berwick Road
Shiff et.al., get earthy. take a
detour, PIC OUT. Pelt, UR too
Love to all friends made thru
LaX and BBC.
Mom and Dad, l couldnt have
made it without you. Thanks
"Like the corners ofa smile. we
must learn to bend a little."
This is true.
44 llarrison Street
Nothing is complete until it has
been started twice and will nev-
er be totally completed until it
has been destroyed once.
Remember: Friendlys Fences,
Walls 8 FW's, Smitties, Amster-
dam with D.D. 81 DM.. FB kegs.
The Parties!! PK Champale, Bet-
sy, the corner Dave, Bo Bo,
Mike and Mc, we did it up!!
Thanks Mom, Dad, Coach and
Mr. D. Mrs, M, never.
71 Farina Road
"Sometimes the lights are shi-
nin' on me, other times l can
barely see!" -Grateful Dead-
Football- Blitzed . .. ln the Pit.
On the Crill, ln the Class! Crui-
sin' - Nantasket, Exam?
Thanks Mom, Thanks Dad.
Thanks Mary lay. Thank Cod!
To South I say, "Thanx for the
t - x '
' J .. , Z.- 1 if 'V ll' .
. J H E ..
90 Roxwiia Road
Liarraril 1.-Xinoug other nainesl
I'II iievei' torqvt the lun I had
lieu' at South. Nor will I forget
paying for it when I got caught.
My "uisidi"' yoke: i'I"rt'e Ion
shot- .md clean-up Aineriizaf'
Llood laiizk to my llI'IE'IlLlS in the
L.Iass ot fit. I hope to see the
survivors at the reunion in 'BSL
IH Walsh Road
Patrieia Ann Calvin
917 Chestnut Street
Best of Luck to: SL., K.P., CP.,
L.Il.. F.D., A.V., K.M., DA.,
IIB.. MF.. DP.. KP., A.W.,
PF.. IP., ITF. Best of friends
never porttttf III Nov 3. 11:05
"Look out for the Bus" Batik-
yard. HVVAISANH AIBE Summer
78 Cape with ILP.. KM. IHOP.
My deepest and warmest
thoughts to Viizky and Family.
letlrey Bennett barb
1-I Doroar Road
Gymnastics 1. 2 Co-Captain 3
Colt' I, 2, 3 Stage Band 2. I5
Relleot ions 3
Spanish Club 'l, Z
Keep the good, leave the had.
Take a few of these, the swf-etei'
24 Duxbury Road
I'Il never forget Israel, Kenny
and Rohhy. Sheila and espe-
oially Kevin who has been with
me for the past 5 years. Kevin
keep in touczh and don't forget
that "Happy are those who
dream dreams and are ready to
pay the prioe to make them
66 Andrew Street
Il' you take up and don't want
II' it takes just a little while.
Open your eyes and look at thi-
Youll set- things in ii dil'I'i-rent
Dont stop thinking about to-
Illizzy. FUNs, I1lXIohiIe. Valles.
llelvn. infant. Ilarh She-rm. Iley
"Sorne-wliere some-time Irom
'I'ogethi-r again sornm-lioxvf'
12 Fairhaven Road
Cape with Tissue 77 T.W. AI-
banian Treatment M.K, I.E. SR-
B.O.F. Always Ya I-Iello
R.M. HC. Reasons Smile.
Smile. Smile and Believe
A.T. EB. for you, Summer 78
good times SA. Prom 78.
C.A.B. Remember Donna Sum-
mers? -15 in Elevator. Crazy
times R.M. 143 always S.A. To
my friends - Remember
Goodbye doesnt mean forever
...M 81 D Love Always.
119 Parker Street
Marc I, Golden
26 Spiers Road
"Take time hy the forelock.
Now or never! Live in the
present. launch yourself on
every wake, find your eternity
in each moment. Fools stand on
their island opportunities and
look toward another land. There
is no other land: no other life
but this, or the like of this."
A 2 f
Robert Louis Goldman
-19 Olde Field Road
A DIAMOND is a Chunk of eoal
that made good under pressure.
I'll never forget: Grades Z-12
with RB., M.K., S.K.g 6 years of
HR. with D.C.3 Eppy in Span-
ish, Shonie in Math. 'I'.D. vs. Bo.
English, Football sprints, the
Snake in praetirze, Bo and Rut-
Baseball 1, 2, 3 Football 2, It,
170 Hartman Road
"So many faces in and out of
Some will last, Some will just
now and then.
Life is a series of hellos and
And l'm afraid it's time for a
FUNS, GG, Ghairlift stories,
Brillos, Matoaka, Blizzy, 3645.
Somewhere sometime from
Together again somehow . . .
Love to my family,
Sara Ellen Goldberg
245 Hartman Road
"lf you can imagine it, you can
lf you can dream it, you can
heeome it." "Life is like music.
it must be eomposed by ear.
feeling and instinct, not by
-13 Parker Street
his farze radiated love. and
serenity. understanding and
knowledge. He led Siddhartha
to the riverhank and smiled at
the river . .. "You have heard it
laugh, but you have heard
everything. Let us listeng you
will hear more."
Yeah Expl. Gluh 77-79! Yeah
kids! Advanced Bio. - "Mr, Sei-
Susan Lee Goldman
70 Bontempo Road
"lt is the time that you have
wasted for your rose that makes
your rose so important."
Debating 10 secretary 11
South High Speaks 12
Stage Crew 12
til Plainfield Street
Freeze. Freeze, your bitter sky
that does not bite so nigh. As
Though you the walers warp.
Your sting is not so sharp as
friends remembered not. -
Yeah Artroom land Mr. An-
drews! "Submit to Reflections!"
522 Dedham Street
l'll always remember the good
limes with lk., D.l3.. lz.D.. RD..
DD., C.C.. D.M.. L.D., P.l3.. L.l'.,
and all the rest. 700 BR., M.C.'s
party with Ik. ill. lz.l Hogo s,
Columbia "77", Nantaskel
lieaeh with l3.S.
All my love to Chris Leaeu. Spe-
cial thanks to my parents for
being there. Love to Rosita and
l J- l
3 . 2'
Ionathan Paul Goldstein
l-H5 Beacon Street
"The future is now."
Yankees are If 1.
Looking forward lo the week-
Steven E. Goldstein
550 Quinobequin Road
"The secret of life is enjoying
the passage of time."
AV. Squad 10. 11.12
Explorers Club 10, Il. 12
Ski 'I'eam 10.11.12
Stage Crew 10. 11 Head Crewie
"All the worlds a stage,"
And I want to run the lights . ..
134 Pond Brook Road
Steven Mark Cordon
20 Sharpe Road
'l'he Road goes ever on and on Cordie
Down from the door where il "Dont follow someone elses
Now far ahead the Road has he a leader and make your own
And I must follow. itil lidll. Thanks to all my lim-mls lor all
Persuing it with eager feel the
llnlil it ioins some larger way. good times.
Where many paths and errands Special Thanks to Mom and
And whither then? l ean
Laura Dean Golub
92 Dedham Street
Plays. Choir 1, 2. 3
Vocal Ensemble 2. 3
"Love is a magic: word.
few ever find in a lifetime."
I love my friends -
leri. thanks: Michael. you saved
a soul. Never forget: Partying!
Disco. AW. LM. MD, SH. Hilda.
a true friend and sister. Ma.
Dad. they actually let me go!
Myles Adam Gordon
27 Selwyn Road
Soccer 10. 11. 12
"if1,'l7 - Ei
is in ?"'ft'l
Vizma Laura Gosts
1-10 Beethoven Road
lf one advances confidently in
the direction of his dreams. and
endeavors to live the life which
he has imagined, he will meet
with a success unexpected in
Only that day dawns to
which we are awake. The sun is
but a morning star. -Thoreau-
Thanks Mom and Dad.
liartha Marguerrita Graham
12 Lincoln Street
VVhitfic-ld All-Age School lla-
maical Those school girl days of
telling tales and biting nails are
gone but in my mind. l know
they will still live on and on.
Love and happiness to my
brothers, and sisters: l am miss-
ing you all. Good Luck B.S.ll.
I love you Mom. Leslie and
Valerie Susan Green Suzanne Greenberg Amy fiI'f'f'IllllII'g Thurman Grimes
15 Upland Avenue 26 Kappius Path 47 Grace Road 1370 Walnut Street
Wheeler Goodwin Goodwin Cutler
Weeks lvl:-adowbrook lvleadowbrook
Laura. remember our times to-
gether. Love you. Patty. thank
you for fulfilling my HS. years.
Love you. Party K.P,. SL, D.B.,
MB.. I.Y.. Ml-'.. A.M,, GR..
all my friends, 1977, Winter 78,
look out for the bus. S.P.L.
ELO., Yes. Backyard, forget
summer of 78. snoobetr-noohee,
Thanks Ma. my best friend!
I f E
Kim Susan Crossman
787 Saw Mill Brook Parkway
65 Rachel Road
French Club 10, 11, 12
Enriczhment Program 10, 11
The golden age is ahead of us
whether we know it or not, we
move toward its realization on
roads easy and rough.
-Ben Zion Bokser-
Thanks to all friends and teach-
ers who made Newton South
what it is.
Rohert llaimoviei Michael llall Elizabeth M. llallgring
8-1 Littlefield Road 144 llerriek Road 30 Longwell Road
Cutler Coodwin Cutler
Bolt Bye to CD., CC. "Boomer and
"Culture is the sume ol all the Bumper" "the snowman" lX'a-
forms of art, of love, and of han pals, All of Cutler izrew.
thought. whirzh, in the izourse ol' Memories: 'l'om's, "summer 78"
' izenturies, have enahled man lo Flash and Crash! "Cruisin' in
l1f'lf'SSt'flSlilYt'tl.n the Cutlass." Special thanks to
-Andre Malraux- Mom, Dad, Smooey, Dune, Lil'
"Every sent:-nee I utter must lie sis, Puffer-Bear, BC., l.M.
understood n ot .i s a n "Better is the end of a thing
affirmation, liut .isaqi1estion." than the beginning there of."
83 Ripley Street
Kathleen Theresa Hanlon
65 Belle Avenue
Xvilliam Howard Taft
Rivers belong where they can
Izagles belong where they can
l've got to be where my spirits
can run free. Gonna find my
Thank you all for being my
Never forget me. This was teen-
age wasteland. Celebrations.
Brighton, Dancing and Party
Ienny Miriam Hein '
392 Cherry Street
Basketball. Field Hockey 8: La-
crosse l've tried hundreds of
times. and failed three times
more. But thanks to all those
who helped me along the way
and turned the failures into ene
joyed experience. We are all in
this together. Let's help one an-
other and not forget.
Carole Marie Hauer
99 McCarthy Road
VS1-13 B.S.S.F. forever! Na-
tures way for her to say in per-
fect harmony: Believe. find your
place. your past erased for life's
destiny. With peace the
dawn will bring, New light to
and shine its warmth on
you. lt's true youll feel the glow
and start to grow into a brand
new you. -E.W.F.-
Nathaniel Harris Hecht
87 Levbert Road
Like the fool l am and l'll al-
ways be. l've got a dream. They
can change their minds but they
can't change me Moving ahead
so life won't pass me by.
B.G.. N + H, AL.. TP.
Friends forever LA., AD. tBaf:k-
gammonj L.W.K.U.T. Explorers
do it better! W.C.P. - Take pic-
tures. leave footprints. Iorde
Kevin Michael Hayden
69 Tamworth Road
"Caable" to all the boys at kill-
ers corner. And a "Google" to
Bubbles and Zola.
lf you itch for what you want.
scratch for it.
Football 2, 3
Swimming 1. 2, 3
Explorers Club 1. 2, 3
Solomon H. Hecht
66 Brookline Street
Don't you ever listen?
Don't you ever learn?
The hand may find you. lt's
time to take a turn. You think
this life is something strange.
You're ready for another change
But don't you ever learn? -
office B.B.Y.O, tHa Haj High
RISD KG.. PXN., LG., LM.
107 lilliot Street
Life Skills Center
175 Brookline Street
Denebola 12 Chess 11, 12 Band
10. 11, 12 History Club 11. 12
"One ring to rule them all. One
ring to find them. Une ring to
bring them all and in the dark-
ness bind them in the land of
Mordor where the shadows lie."
Now ends our fellowship at
Newton South. DC.. M.K,. MK..
KR.. AB.. LC.. lil.. SIS. and
the whole gang of D A D fanat-
' 8 1
. ,Q ,.
V -..,.-mi , 4, .
tllaire- Mario Higgins
IN 'fhurston Road
lla-Ilo hi, Always iwexiisrnilmoi' the
III". kids, 5.8. partie-s, CI's
X NX., Ilyndsio, PD.. Mb., LD.
LL., Rb., M.I3., ML., RD.
CLR.. KK., CLP., Kara-n. Cruisin'
wild wild nights, BSA fort-yr-r.
Thanks Mom and Dad.
tlood Luck P.B,B. Lots of lovt
15 Maplf' Park
.V ' 5
uf.,.f,g,, ,, :- -gi,-, f
nu. . '
.,,.,,, - .
13994. 14, . I
. -Y f. -rf
-I5 Rowvna Road
Us-nt-liola I. 2. 3 Dx-hate' 'l
XN're-stling 1. Z. Ii 'IR-nnis 1. 2
"Afoot and light-hvartt-tl. I take'
I to thi- opt-n road. Ilvalthy. frm-
thv world In-lorw mv. 'I'hm- long
lirown path In-lorv mc: It-aiding
wht-rvyvi' I rzhoost 1."
ll tlragmorcr Road
Andrf-a Wikc- Ilurlvy
3-1 Wildtf Road
Good w i n
Forgot your troulilvs tzommon
gt-t happy! Lacrosse is 21
Thi' show will Iw good! and an-
otht-r profound statvmn-nts haw
madv up my lift- ht-rv at Ne'-wton
South. But it's tinw to part so I
laid faruwvll and thanks to all of
you wondc-rful folks who haye-
madv tht- last tlm-4' yvars great!
-128 Parker Strvvt
Always rvmvmher: summer 76.
Cliff, hahy. I-1. Now York. ES..
Boggiv, Dutzks. BF, oldies, CC.
Tuna, RDIIFP, ID. Taz. PD. DC,
LD. KP, Higgs. Most of all, I'll
I'lE'Yf'I' forgot my sister Lynn.
Mom and Dad. I'll always low
you hoth. UL. Ufinkiv.
Dorothea Ann lannuzzi
7-I Rachel Road
Nothing in the world can take
the place of persistence. Talent
will not. there are many unsuc-
cessful men with talent, genius
will not: unrewarded genius is
almost a proverb. Education
alone will not: the world is full
of educated derelicts. Per-
sistence and determination are
551 Parker Street
"To he nobody - but - your-
self in a world which is trying
to make you everybody else
means to fight the hardest
Gail - Incredible friendship.
Forever Stephanie - Stay gold.
Sweden '77, Israel '78, Nantas-
ket. Neal. Cindy. Linda. Cheryl,
Laurie. Sue, Esta. Robin, Iudy.
Mom, Dad, and Lori - my love
,J ' ""'S.-, wx
6 1 """'+'s.
William Iustin ljams
12 Ridge Road
Unbounded courage and com-
Tempering each other in the
Alternately proclaim him
And make the hero and the
David Eric lsenberg
155 Dorset Road
Thanks for all the good times
D.l. and Cookie. I thank my par-
ents who helped me graduate.
Thank you a lot Donna. you
really helped. I love you more
Linda lean Irvine
9 Acacia Avenue
The loneliness and pain of
preparation: Few are willing to
endure it. Fewer still are re-
warded with victory. But arent
they all great runners? - Run-
ning on Empty - To my family
and friends - Thank you very
much, Field Hockey 10, Cheer-
leading 11. Cross Country 11, 12.
Indoor Track 10, 11. cap. 12,
Out-door Track 10. 11, cap. 12.
33 Leewood Road
Stephen llill Ijams
I2 Ridge Road
I'II always have good memo-
ries of Houth, Thanks to my
family and friends. 'I'.'If. NIS..
IC., MIL.. 'I'.M,. ISP.. etc. Ae-
rosmith '78. formula tire bird
400. "Yes there are two paths
you can go by, Hut in the long
run, there is still time to change
the road you're on,"
Douglas A, Iackson
17 Caldon Path
Skidrow. llats off. "Hey
Cookie. have you seen lke?i',
Butts' imaginary pipes. NS.,
BS., Special thanks to special
friends, Ike. Cookie. and Pelli-
grini. Best wishes to Hutch and
"l wonder what ever hap-
pened to. the happy things that
we once knew. You izanit let
nothing. no. not nothing never
ever bother you. l wonder :'i'
Mitthael D. Ixanellias
199 X'Vinrthestt-r Street
"A single dream is more pow-
erful than a thousand realities."
History, Fantasy, and Chess
Clubs. Swim Team 1, 2 and 3.
K.R,. I.II., AB., NB., M,K., DC.,
Y y W 1 A
Mark Allan Kase
155 Wfoodward Street
Can't forget great times I had
with great friends. Elmo 81 Witz,
Eggn with Ike and D.j. "No
Doug. I haven't seen him!" Ilap-
piness is being Albanian. The
treatment with R.M.!A.C.
VVZUD Cape 78, Gloucester for-
ever. F-ball Parties. No matter
how close I get to you. never is
it Close enough. Someday it'll be
easy - VVoulcl I lie to you?
Football and Track.
Arthur Steven Iattobson
29 Iiowdoin Street
As the great philosopher once
said. "Uh hello Sheriff!"
Sotrtiel' Il, 12
sl-U Oakland Avenue
Kathryn Ilyden Iohnson
14 Crystal Street
"You're so long ago and far
away But my dream lives on
forever I guess I believe I'll see
you one day For without it
there is no dream."
Backstage, Theatre Arts, Music.
"Hey Mar-thanks" Suzy! Love
to all my family and friends,
past and present. Um, Y'know?
W X 4f,4Lf!f'2.-1., 1
KZ, gf :pg,y'.af'7 ., ,ff
As ,f -. ,V 51'-afwt f
,yea 4 ,A . , ,Lg
Deirdre Elizabeth Kelly
320 Quinobequin Road
"We are tzhildren of the world
Watching every day go by.
Changes my lie. changes your
Keeps us all anticipating."
RIilVII:IMBIiR: Sailing! Soccer,
Lacrosse tThe TI:IAM!l 81 TR.
Crt-at times with great friends.
Thanks and love to Dad, Mom
and the family.
75 Great Meadow Road
They are ill discoverers that
think there is no land. when
they can see nothing but sea."
Gymnastics 1. 2. Co-Captain 3:
Denebola 1. 2. Co-sports Editor
3: Chess 2, 3: D gl D 2.3.
31 McCarthy Road
Mary Ann Keon
25 Mechanic: Street
Many thanks to all my new
and old friends. Special thanks
to my really good friends:
A.l.C.. K.P,. D.M.. KR.. and
M.R. Most of all, thanks to my
mother. who is a friend to all.
Howard Smith Kirsten
612 Sawmill Brook Parkway
Always remember - Surfing
trips with M.L.. The Cape
with PB., DI.. R.S.. R.K.. Twist
and Shout with NR.. Prime
Market. South with DB., PD..
S.L.. K.P.. L.H. t"This is boringnl
I.A.. I.M.. TO.. Charlie, Chan 81
Chica. Midnight snurfing with
R.D.. L.R.. Crawling down Mt.
Kilington with l.S.
Brian Ioseph Kiley
110 Parker Street
You never know how good
something is until you have to
leave it. Of course I don't know
what that has to do with New-
35 Wiswall Road
"l've always felt that tomor-
row is for those who are too
much afraid to go past yes-
terday and start living for
That "certain summer", Spain
'76, CC., l3Bw!Meryl. USY.
New Orleans Ladies. Me-
lissa. Carole - FF.. Quebec.
Goodbye doesnt mean forever.
Chicago tyou are my love and
my lifej Thanks Klein Clan,
1-12 Truman Road
"lt's the laughter we will re-
member whenever we remem-
ber and we will remember." -
Carfie. ll.P.'s. the lish. Cape
7H. Robin. D-Block Club. in-
depth eonvo's, Blizzard. 10
years from now. locli. Linda:
"Looks like we made it," Barrie-3
Cood lutgk Mom. Dad: With you
23 Uxlord Road
17 Glastonbury Oval
When a person has a rt il
friend. he learns not only to ap
preeiate another human bein
but he also learns to understa
Always remember the good
Basketball l. 2 tzo-tapt.: Ten
1 'i 'i
Volleyball 1. 2. it ro-tt.ipt
Sherril Ann Kogos
I1 Terrell Crescent
"Friendship is just a little
word, it's the people that make
it big." Thanks: W.C., P.W.,
I,.M., VC., M.D., SP. - you're
the people, Stevens' - thank
you. Princess - you're the best!
lames - "How wonderful life is,
when you're in the world." XO
M 81 D - l Love You.
llisa Beth Koocher
19 Bothfeld Road
Summer of "78", the summer
I never had.
Denise, always remember to
check Katie before you put the
Of all the things you wear
your expression is the most im-
portant, Denise, R.A., l.M., A.K.,
R.R., A.T., L.T., K.L.
E31 I 4, ,Jie
Mu 1 4 ac '
. 1 ... 4 1
78 Esty Farm Road
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Steven Alan Kosowsky
100 Dudley Road
Football- 1, 2, capt. 3: Indoor
Track - 1, 23 Wrestling - 33
Baseball - 1, 2, capt. 3 "Memo-
ries that won't erase, stay for-
ever new." - E.W.F. Turkey
Day '77, 78. Bo-English 6-0,
New Years '78, can rebuild
him," "who's havin' a party?"
Special Thanks to Mom, Dad,
Mike, and Rich.
Iames A. Landay
120 Cynthia Road
Football I, 2 Hockey 1, 2, 3
Looking back at my 3 years at
South, l have to remember all
the good times l had. I wish all
my friends luck in the future
because life is only beginning.
Never forget good parties with
D.I. I would like to give thanks
to my parents for their guid-
Andrea R. Kramer
127 Olde Field Road
"Life itself can't give me joy
unless I really will it, Life just
gives me time and space, lt's up
to me to fill it." A'Thanks for the
memories" - l'll cherish them
always. Em - Tequilla party.
L.W.. LB., C.A.. KS., M.L..
Thanks P.M. from N.C.
Thanx to my family. Soccer: 10.
mgr. 12: Softball: 10, '11, 12.
15 Deborah Road
Ronald M. Krassin
-1 Brandeis Circle
"It's not whether you win or
lose. its how you party after
the game" l'll always remember
The Cape, the W'ippet boy's,
Partying after matches, S150 for
a bottle of maddog, But he
doesn't even drink, The family,
Nantasket. Gambling. Thanks to
my friends Andy. Paul, Duke.
Shonie, Seif, Tonto. Bobby, etc.
Lacrosse 11. 12. Football 12,
Wrestling 10, 11. captain 12. A
special thanks to Mom and Dad
and family and pets. I know it
wasn't easy or always fun but
at least it's done.
E9 f I
Suzanne Louise Lane
215 NVaben Avenue
lt's Over now! Heidi 12!7!77.
Fall "77" wfD,B., Whweres
Cini?. Prom "78", L.H.'s CRASH
7f2-H78, Still in white, Earth
XVind suey. The BLACK LIMU.
what a foxl. bzzz. good friends.
dedicated to Baby Billy Wlonderi
"Child is born with a heart of
gold, way of the world. makes
his heart eoldf' BW. 81 F.
-16 Roland Street
"Learn from yesterday, live
for today, hope for tomorrow."
Always remember: Summer
"78" Sues BBQ-food fight!
Maine, Parties, RH., YC., 84 ski
trips. Hanging around Goodwin,
Good times eheerleading -
"Spirit in our britehes! brit-
ehes!" Many thanks to my fami-
ly and special friends who mean
so mueh to me.
12 Chatham Road
"VVe were always friends.
From our childhood days.
And we made our plans,
Now we go our separate ways
Thanks to UC., D.C,, B.R..
WYB., and the "gang,"
Mark I. Le-Blant:
9 Roland Road
t'Many people believe that ad-
mitting a fault means they no
longer have to eorreet it." l will
never forget M.M.. Mr. Chias-
son. all my good friends. the
Cafe. Friday 81 Saturday nights
- nothing to do but mzruz, and
the 68 Ford. Thanks to Dad 81
Mom and good luek my "erazy"
4 I .7 '
Miehelle Ieanne LeBlanc
9 Roland Street
"A friend is someone who
knows all about you but likes
you anyways." Always re'
member Bryant, Parties. YIS. -
Donny '77. Best of friends never
part - lrv "the last Z". Kathy,
Naney, Patty - D.B., Tammy,
Ieanne. Iudy. David no. 2336
thanks. Forti, Elvis - Bob, M.A..
MS., A.K. Summer 78. Cape -
Boz. Thanks Mom 81 Dad. Mark-
x ., 146
'x '-Q. .' " mi'
. j 2
. in 1
Deborah Ann l,ee
Z4 Van Wart Path
Clymnastirzsz 1. 2, Zi: Chr-erf
leading: 2, It: Tennis: 2. 3, "l see
the sunrise over the oeean. Suns
rise on the sea, l'm watrghin' the
sunrise and glad to be livini.
Sunrise shine over me" - IN. -
"Spirit in our lu'itr:hes," Keep
Smiling. Spf-r,i.il thanks to Mom
N Dad. VVe've only just begun!
. 8 7
Kimlmi-rly lluwii Lt-yin Ions-lyn 1,1-yy
89 Acleflini- Ro.iil 71 Bt-nthoyz-ii Ayifnuf-
Class 10. 11. 111
lust when you thought you h.iil
lift-s puzzle- till put togi-thi-r.
Somirom- htimls you tinothi-r
lit-st wishi-s iinil thunlxs to
r-y4-ryons- who has toumzhs-il my
Audra-y limi- l,i-zlu-rg
5411 Sow Mill llroolx lldl'lxXVdX
Lytxl-op, Btiigt- t,i'i-xy, lzxplori-rs
ll you siirzrzi-i-tl, you will proli-
.ilily h.ix'f- torgottt-ii why you
we-iv trying. A pixiyt-r to ln- s.i1tl
wht-u thi- worltl has gotts-ii you
clown iiml youiri- too tirm-il to
tirt-il to prziy iiutl you ri- in .i lug
hurry timl lu-siili-s you'rt- mtitl ut
To Dunne-. is to he-. for me'
Thank you for all your support.
Htirns-tt M. l,ii.hte-nstf-in
275 Cyprt-ss Strt-i-t
"To trust is goocl. Not to trust
is he-ttt-ix" - tlltl Arab saying
llc-ri-'s to .ill those- good time-s.
My sps-i.i.il tlmiilxs to Q-vt-i'yoriv
who worlwil ou our moyii-, .intl
to Mrs. Mr.-Xxoy lor putting up
"Good .itlxivv is lu-tte-r th.iu
h.intlout," -'l'hi- 'l'hie-l' of lhiris
37 Baldpate llill Road
Weeks - Meadowbrook
Love always to - Esta. Suzi.
Linda. Laurie. Dana. Robin. Da-
vid. Margie. Foxy. Aron. Fish.
Andy and Rita. Never forget -
Nantasket 78. Snowing on luly
1-l?. Seott ... snap. Cross Coun-
try 77. Canada 78. Toga!!! Total-
ly Unbelievable Wleekends in
EDL 21. Miss you Tiger. Good
Luck - Ronnie. Mark. Ricky gl
Philip. Love to - Mom 81 Dad.
74 Greenwood Street
"You only go around onee in
life. so grab all the gusto you
-Stzhlitz Brewing Co.-
Football: Games. vietories.
celebrations. eruisin' in the tank
'77. Saturday night "coach" imi-
tations - Later Kojo! 89.68.752
Thanks and good luek to my
friends. Football 1, 2. 35 Indoor
Track 1: Wrestling 2: Traek 1. 3.
Kevin Scott Lowenthal
31 Devonshire Road
Perseveranee - a lowly virtue
whereby mediocrity aehieves an
inglorious sueizess. - Ambrose
Bieree Here we are again. the
start of the end.
But theres more
Wait another year. Utopia is
here But there-'s always more
Charles Daniel MacDonald
186 Langley Road
NEVER FORGET: T - VILLE.
Prom 78. Iuly -1. 1978. 6726781
Cruisin' in the Cougar. Galaxie.
Pinto, Cutlass. the Unbeaten
Mustang. the Corner. M.I.A..
1.Y.. yn.. 1.Y.. nts.. MM.. ML..
IM.. R.Y., l.K.. DM.. l3.K.
RAM - Advice I Could live
without. Thanks Mom 81 Dad.
Suzanne 6!26!83 lt's only
around the bend. hold on! 'li
'-. I 1 ' I
fi V off.
i y U.
21 l,t-vb:-rt Road
l.ove toi Esta-l,ee. Cllieirie.
Linda. Laurie. Robyn. Dana.
AG.. A.l"., MF.. S.I l.. SR
Nanttislxttt 751. flanada 751.
Cross Country '77. Snowing on
luly' HY. Roekport and Togas.
Goodbye to E.D.l.. A 21. Good
luek Iulie. l,ove you liarry.
Thanks Mom and Dad.
44 Grafston Street
170 Woodward Street
They leave us so to the way
we took!As two in whom they
were proved mistaken!That we
set sometimes by the wayside
nookfwith misehevious. va-
grant. seraphic look!And try if
we eannot feel ftJI'Sdlif'l'l!!R.
Frost R 81 G are alive and well
l.M. l.S., joy of sets, I.A.S.
Linda Marie Maekall
127 Clark Street
Do you know where you're
going to Do you like the things
that life is showing you?
Where are you going to. do
you know? Always remember
the ll.S.ll. Pam P.. Tina A..
Carolyn S.. Kristal C.. landa P.
Good luek in the future Spanish
Club 10. 12 Cheerleading Il. 11.
T11 Chestnut Street
Denebola Staff, Debating
Team, A bit of odvice to ull
Respect all life both as a whole
and individually, for without
the individuals, there is no
70 Clifton Road
"Only an ignorant man ig-
nores the fact that the future
becomes the present, the present
becomes the past, and the past
turns into everlasting regret if
you don't plan for it." Thanks
to my friends and times we had.
D,m, IP. Ricky Thanks Mom
you're great. GAHEMAMA Golf
1, 2, 3, E.D, Club 3 Pres.
Ioseph Louis Massimo
27 Samoset Road
'A day without sunshine is
like night." Steve Martin Hey
Eppy, "Wild 'n Crazy" times . ..
ILS, KL, RSL, AM. BS, RHS,
NN, CSA, VS 81 CH, AH, RCM
'Ietc!I, regards to DSR I!!I
Dotty, IWB, DY, Mr. P. MCW,
and above all "Doc" for my
next four years Long Live R
Moira Cathlin Malany
6-1 Perkins Street
Warren, Mt. Alvernia
Never forget Goodwin bath-
room, D.D., P.D., N.B., C.C.,
C.Q., P.B., L.P., A.W., P.M., S.B.,
D.M.. AG., E.D. Always
remember summer of 76' 77' 78'
L.W., G.F., B.E., C.C., I.F., K.C..
SM., and others. Special thanks
to mother never would have
made it without you.
V I V 3
as L' 2 ' I jk
Ji J b V A',
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,Q - I V fi jr ., I :ga
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3. I I 7 " .
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220 Dedham Street
L.G., L.G., A.W., S.H., I.N.,
A.M,, O.Z., EG., MA. stay
close. Thanks to mom and dad
for helping me to make it the
grate, Wheeler, the door, the
steem, down under, Disco the
Blizzard vacations, summer pro-
duction, ILL "The Best" We
12 Wright Road
The world is like a mirror
reflecting what you do, and if
you face it smiling, it smiles
back at you. To my special
friends "just remember,
Goodbye doesnt mean forever."
Crazy times w!A.G., Albanian
treatment, M.K., I.E., Cape 75-8.
Ya Hullo A.G. B.C. N.H. - Nick
Danger Country. Spain 76, Prom
78. Billy Ioel concert. Special
thanks to Scott.
38 Stearns Street
Enter South: point of no return.
Never forget Summer at the
beach. Allnighter at Nantasket.
weekend with Rich at U. Mass.
"toga." To all my friends "Good
Luck." "What l get the back
seat again?" Never forget R.T.,
C.R., M.F.. M.K.. B.D.. I.G., and
especially to my mother and fa-
ther, without whose guidance
and understanding I would nev-
er have made it.
34 Renee Terrace
Steven D. Mayer
250 Woodward Street
We know what we
not what are may be.
Lacrosse 1. 2.
Anne L. McKinnon
23 Harrison Street
Soccer, Track 10, 11. 12.
"Well, the nights busting open.
These two lanes will take us
anywhere " -Bruce Springs-
teen Never forget: Soccer.
Church - Church, Latin maior 2
twhat?J, WBCN. English with
Commons room gang. Wayside.
teachers 112 yearsjz AF.. EI..
D.H.. Dr.. PB. "Ratio ducat. non
l ' f
f. 1, J- ' "
Diane McGa ry
26 Cavanaugb Path
l'll never forget the good
times l had with A.G., E.D.,
C.C.. P.D., D.D., I.X.. N.B., L.D..
P.BP.B., D.B., and all the rest
A special thanks to my par-
ents, and all my love to Paul.
john C. McLellan
59 Carl Street
Summer of 78, Cruisin' in the
Chevy Package. D.U.T.B.
with HM.. R.Y., I.M., lx.G.. LM.,
I.C., MB., C.M., TH. never for-
get the Good Times down the
Corner, Cafe. Thanks, Ma l
couldn't have done it without
Q, ' lil: 4
Neil David McManus
211 Winslow Road
Cross Country 10, 115 Indoor
track 10: Track 10. 11, 12: Dene-
bola 11. 12: S.H.S. 11, 12.
Thanks to everyone along the
way: The Denebola kids the
track kids. my teachers feye
learned reel goodj and espe-
cially the normal kids tD.R..
D,S., B.K.. S.M., M.Tj Long live-
Yogi Bear. The Zuff. Flash
cards, D.l.G.. The Heads. Chez.
54 Sheldon Road
"lt is not just enough to see.
you have to know and under-
lt is not just
you have to do
mandf' Many thanks to my spe-
cial friends - Goodbye doesnt
Beth YYSP -
enough to be.
and take com-
mean forever -
VSS. twins. Charlies Angels.
swimming pal, early morning
eavesdropping . . . Thanks to the
world's greatest parents!!
Iaiure Marie Cliristuia Mm-lmizk -. if,3,ff
Stl lYe'lliet'1'll Street -w ' "b" Tiff
XYllee'lel' mf -
Me.idowlu'ook l fi
lan, lauet, lauuze baby " 1
Workstmly N laughing w my 7' ",f f
lirotliers .-Xndy N Mark. Andy
lloult strike a match. R.li. Ai'-
ruda thanks Mina lmpala "tio"
treakuig out, 'l'tll', izookie. MDC
tl:'l. lxatey Cayle. llisa. Denise.
Mary and Muthelle, RA, l'..l..
CC. HM. C.M. RM. DH.
INRY. soizizer ltl. ll, Basketball
ltl, H I senior mzommittee, Regu-
lus, Dem-bola. Camara. "Burn-
mg low running on empty,"
515 Clifton Road
"l am afraid that we must
make the world honest before
we can honestly say to our ehil-
dren that honesty is the best
poliizyf' l want to thank all my
l'riends at south for the greatest
times. l will remember you. Coll'
1.11. 11, Pr. Sp. C..Vnz.' I.M.
Dayid A. Miller
29 Cammons Road
"lf l Cilll get it up there with ai
baekspin. its got a chance." lill.
llt1S'l'tlN 'big D "The more
people l see, or the wider l eau
expose my mind to different
ideas, the more effective l can
bf -." l.F.lx. Thanks, to all my
friends! Carry on! Basketball 1.
Mark li. Miller
27 Roundwood Road
llad ai blast at south, won't
forget fireworks at the uafe and
the guys. See you later MIL. Ml,.
I Ll, Dli. CQ. ICD. Ili. MM . Retzall
llallowi-en Rampage. Remember
liauardi. You ne-yer know. and
polltie hold 2? RP.. DP, Cllilll-
ees are hell but what the hell.
CXD Mayer lor Mayor, Thanks
for eyerything Mom and Dad
Q -1' 5
Christine Anne Melville
31 Rockledge Road
Field hockey, basketball - 10.
11, 12, Latin Club president 12.
Mexirzol DW Life is what you
make it. So much is offered -
accept it all. Chapter 1 com-
pleted? No, we've just finished
the introduction. Createst
friends anywhere Thanks Gang!
To the most fantastic family -
Thanks isn't enough "Goodbye
doesn't mean forever."
28 Usborne Path
Daniel ll. Miller
103 Beetoyen Aye,
Thinking is the hardest of all
things to do, which is the prob-
able reason why so few engage
in it. llenry Ford
Yael Raiihelle Miller
1115 Wayne Road
Liye. Loye Laugh Thanks
to my special friends with
whom l'ye shared the three ljs.
Remember: Coodbye doesnt
mean foreyer. Bird. l'm coming
oyer. Ruth. meet you Thursdays.
Swimming pals 78. Michelle.
llopes Dreams and Honesty.
Sue 119, Mueh loye to my family
and Abbie who helped me to
find the three ljs.
70 Stanley Road
XNh ee le r
M8:lNl's South parking lot 81
C.M. wtsue, Cathy loanne
Christine, lohn. David and all
the rest. Kerry - BCDB - sum-
mer "78" loey - thanks for lis-
tening. RX. I.M. lx.C. b,D. D.lx.
l.E. Michele tmil B-ball 778178.
Fla. "TG" Todd, Thanks Iudy do
you die on hold? DB. thanks for
being a friend. Ma - I love you
85 Baldpate Hill
"The most important thing in
life is not the triumph but the
struggle. The essential thing is
not to have conquered but to
have fought well," Pierre de
Coubertin. "Chet-seburger in
Paradise. not too particular not
too precise." My long lost sister
Pen, CAA., Lacrosse, Field
Hockey, Basketball tlley Spazll
f sz 'f
1 X v
W f ,J 1.-4
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I f ,
V, 1: "
5 Chester Street
All that you dream comes in
Shinin' silver lining clouds
Change the scene rain starts
Washin' all loves caution,
lnto your lille you start to Re-
alize just what is true what lilse
can you do you just follow The
rules and keep your eyes on The
roarl. - Little Feat -
Thanks Mom N Dad
Catherine Anne Moore
2054 lieacon Street
" Patience is putting up with
rople you'd like to put down."
Field llockey ltl Cheerleading
ll, 12. Sue llrenfla. Carole.
loanne, Chris gl the guys. Par-
ties. the lot. friendly's. ham-
monds C.M.l C-leaders Spirit in
our britches. Football. li-ball
games. lllizzard. liurkes.
lieaches. NN. and Margie. flood
Luck to all my triends. Best of
lriends never part.
al' -an M -i
722 Quinobequin Road
Strongest Belief: nothing is
impossible Favorite Saying: Ya
right! "Dont worry David, it'll
be alright." flood luck DC..
V.l'I., SLP.. l.C., 81 HC. Member
of the business and advertising
stall' ol' "South lligh Speaks"
Patricia A. Morris
I made it through the years
with the help of Lisa. lsatey.
Anneke, Leeann, lenny. Ellen.
Ana, Chris Q. Paula li. Donna.
Denise, Nancy. Chris C
You're all great friends. Lisa R.
stay sweet. you're special. ltal-
ian feasts, Phone booths. Tony's
villa, Parties. tears and smiles.
Thanks lor all the love .ind sup-
gusau D. Moskoxv
-lf' Wayne Road
.-Xll is rhangetl with time. The
futurt' none can see, the road
you leaxe behind. ahead lies
mystery. Stevie Wlonder
'tlootlliye doesnt mean forever
. . "Delis - YU..-X.l". stace Nlllf.
lxlishhee. Plies. Ruth and Carol
t'f's. tI.l..'s Spirit in our hritches,
tf.ti.XY. Somewhere sometime
from now. together again some-
liow. Love A Thanx to my fami-
ly, li.D. ttltlli 3 VP.
Thomas Arthur Murphy
36 Pine Crest Road
"Never let school interfere
with your education." M.
Ieri Lynn Nagler
72 Westgate Road
Westwood lunior High
"We arrive upon this earth
alone. We depart alone. This
time called life was meant to
share." Plays, Choir, Class
Committee 1. 2. 3. Vocal En-
semble 2. 3, Blizzard 78. BBC.
LG. SH, MS, MD. Disco.
CC. "Year of the cat." Party!
Much love to my family -
"Looks like we made it."
Catherine Crace Newlon
111 Carver Road
"For long you live and high
you fly. and smiles you'll give
and tears you'll cry '," Kris. Lis-
sa. Tammy. Mary-Ellen. and
you too. Boo! Thanks for being
such great friends. Been through
a lot together - the memories
are precious. Thanks so much
for being there. Doug Love you.
90 Christina Street
Co o d w in
Never forget partying. the
doors.. To all my friends you
made school fun. A special
thanks to Mrs. Mealy for every-
thing you've done for me,
Thanks Mom and Dad for being
patient and understanding Love
to Mike - thanks for being
there when i needed you.
1629 Centre Street
"What we are is gods gift to
us. and what we make of our-
selves is our gift to god." Words
cannot express how lucky l feel
to have such wonderful friends
Special thanx to Mrs. S
Wayne. 143 . . . Always and for-
ever "Looks like we made
Nicholas lohn Nesgos
27 Palmer Road
"l put my intelligence into my
work and my genius into my
play. Oscar VVilde
587 Chestnut Street
The long 3 years have finally
come to an end. The great sum-
mers ot' 77578 in lsrael talways
remember that beautiful coun-
try for more that its orangesl
How about the Night Fever -
hitting the discos. Dancing and
all the good times. Thanks and
goodbye everybody. Burn baby
Elisabeth Amy Ochs
98 Ridge Ave.
"XYhy do l love you. sir? Be-
cause The wind does not re-
quire the grass to answer -
Where-fore when He pass She
cannot keep her place.
Marcia Lorraine Ukun
147 Lake Ave.
ln Dwimordene. ln Lorien sel-
dom have walked the feet of
men. few mortal eyes have seen
the light that lies there ever,
long and bright. Caladriel! Cala-
driell The Lord of the Rings ll
A At eff'
-,lf 5 ,LA , . 1. 1
,Xa ff, ,- .7 V ,. , I
14.1-r my ,Q ., . i fi
Y-1..--fre f .x fd'
. ' I mag.
. .. ,Nz
'K 4,4 '1 Qff p
Frank Edward Uglesby lr.
16 Charles River Terrar.e
Indoor Trargk 11. Basketball
11. 12. The Newton South ex-
perienee is an entity in itself.
You never truely know what
you eau do until you try, W'ill
miss the true friends like Max. l
appreeiate the goorl tearghers
I've had. For my fans: "lJon't
tell them. show them! SCT. Bust
11 Bearzon Plaee
45 Hinekley Road
"Thank Cod it's Friday" flood
luck to all the guys AH. TA. BO.
PM, Tl.. HEAD, RUSH. TK. DA.
"LED ZEPPLINU "SRTDD" CF
what happened? NH will never
be the same without the gang!
Aerosmith Basketball at Cabots.
lts been real. "SBE YA LATER."
Karen M. Osborn
984 Chestnut Street
And when it comes time for
the bird to fly. she spread her
silver wings and soared for
open sky. Cirellng back onee
more. to see where the grass
had grown. Love to mat7moe. l
will remember you. your sil-
houtte will ehange the view, of
Nlii'li.ii'l Philip tt'Sli.iiigiii'ssy
llou ran l torgi-t those i1.ii'd
gaini-s th.it .ilways itli-.meil me
ont. those nights .it 'WV' with
Phil. liill and thi' tloon. Wlorlx at
l'.S, with Phil twho always had
ilglllltlill'glll11t'I1l.l'lll14ll1lxS to the
lxids .it Miille-n l..l. .ind to my
11121 lligh Street
lt's the end of thi- line for the
gonzo express. No more homhs.
Detroit Rook City, Death and
Dvstriiiztion, hey KK. wheres
my 1'oi'si:he'? llyt' Van don't
:rome liaizly, some people think
wi-'i'e from the tIlltIlKtJtJlS nest
hut who the "lf" nares, this is
ine sayin liyii y all.
Stephen Riizhard Parni-s
1711-1 Heatzon Street
lNlL1S1lLCllllJ 103 President 11. 12.
liimhies, I can really relate to
the situation. Roh. Pete, Soott.
Dave - a izoiirt summons or i
fini-'? The office was more fun
than Sammy whites. Adam.
Paula - The t:lnh's all yoiirs
now. Mr. li, Mr, L, Mrs. T -
Thanks for everything, Mom,
Dad, Kathy. David - YOl1'1't' a
176 Collins Road
Katherine W. Palmer
119 Wood End Road
"Friends, no matter how far
separated. will grow in love and
sympathy and nearness to each
Special thanks to - family.
friends gl fellowship.
91 Westland Avenue
1, ' +2 I
f . ra '4i if ,sm
K 1 'L 4 -L A .
'AZ' 1' ' .
: X f :.,v 62,5 .
1' ' f Ja '?.'s.'. ', , ., T
. I S Q, 1
, 5 gig. at I IT' - 'ut
Ann Marie Pennachio
437 Parker Street
l'm leaving South with a lot of
good memories especially of
Kathy, We had a lot of fun to-
gether. I really hope you get
what you want Kathy. I want to
thank my Mom and Dad and of
course Debbie just for being
Margaret Ann Platt
253 Winchester Street
Thanks to Mom.
"76" IS 1I!5f76 to QXBX77 Mp.
CV. Arlington dance good catch.
Boston concert esplanade New
Hampshire. Cruising 2602's. AI-
bermarle. Meaning for every
song. Summer of 78, Babs and
fuss, that's really intense. Bent-
ley College. MS, PB. SA. Snyder
IR and senior. "Excellent, Ex-
Susan I. Perry
25 O'Rourke Path
Cheerleading 11- Capt. 12: Vol-
leyball 10. 12. "Be true to your-
self first It's the only way
you can begin to solve the mys-
tery of this existence." Beans,
Kimba, Teeny, McK, M.A., S.K.,
P.I.W. and others. It was REAL!
P.R. 76, Lake George, booze
eruisin', 'wasted days 8t wasted
nights' Later y'all,
Kathryn Laura Pelton
71 Manchester Road
Skiing 10,11, 123 Lacrosse 10, 11,
123 N.E.W, 10, 11, 123 French
Club 10, 11 secretary 12, Senior
Class Committee Cradle it baby
un, dos, drei Whats
N.E.W.? knit one, purl two
It's klister time, folks . .. Lions!!
Wild and crazy guys
Roseanne Roseanna danna
Shiff, Freid, K.P. 31 or 32?
A.M., A.C., S.G.
Lisa Anne Petrucci
121 Warren Street
Good Luck to everyone from the
girls room. I'll always remem-
ber: P.M,, KD.. IX., E.D., A.G.,
L.D., A.W., C.Q., PB., D.D..
P.D., NB., D.B., C.C. The
Italian Feasts, "Grease", Circle
Cinema - Chicago, Soccer
team 77, Saturday night con'
fusion, "I did it."
You're the greatest Mom -
688 Chestnut Street
Pamela Delores Prescod
70 Howland Street
My ladder to success and ach-
eivement has had its ups and
downs, but I will always re-
member "responsibility." It kept
me off the ground. My wishes
for today shall be my dreams of
tomorrow, My hope for tomor-
row will be my future.
Love 81 Luck: Class 1979.
B.S.II, St Best Friends.
54 Walnut llill Road
51' ., M
32 Rotzklodgo Road
"Wham I hear anyone talk of
czulturtr, I reach for my revolv-
"Praise: thf- Lord. and pass the
Aron llriiig Rimvn
lift Vim- Stri-vt
A drvaim livers on loi't'x'm-it
69 Elliot Struct
Chris. Little' Girl
Always rc-member the good
timvs in ther HR. with P.B. ED.
P,D. D.D. AIS. C.C. D.B.
L.P.N.B. AB. LD. I-TM. and oth-
ers. New-r forget all the fond
mcmorivs of my little boy! RP,
9!21i!78. Ne-wr Forgeft thfi sum'
mt-r of '78 in Nvw York with I.L.
lll't'Illllll lNl.ii't, Rtivmtli
IT liro.idl.iwii llriiv
tire ' lit
Litc' livvii good to lm: so td!
'l'he' Nvwton South e-xpvi'it'iit:t' is
om- l iii glad l had got to p.i1tit,1-
p.itv in, 'lo tht' gang. tyou lxnoxx
who you .irvt lt's in-vii grvtit. To
till my lil'lt'IltlS lv-vp in touuhl!!
25 White Avenue
Stuart Lee Rifkin
-H9 Parker Street
"Some men see things as they
are and say why. I dream things
that never were and say why
Goodbye To: Soeeer balls.
Smokey halls. Baseballs, Guys 81
Dolls, Phone Calls, Crafitti
XValls. Miller Talls. Et Als. Soe-
cer 10, 11. 12: Baseball 10, 12.
Later . . ,
-I Maybrook Street
Sueeess is me. I am someone
special, and I'm not going to let
people tell me differently. My
goal in life is to grab all I can.
especially education. I plan to
use every moment usefully. be-
cause life is too short to waste.
Special thanks to my mother.
family and friends.
Love always. Denise
Charles David Rogers
60 Fisher Avenue
If something is worth doing at
all it's worth doing well
Never forget good times and
good friends Rich T.. Mike F.,
Earl lvl., The kid on the '78 foot-
ball team "The Girls" Soccer 2,
3: Hockey 3: Lacrosse 1. 2, 3.
Love and thanks to my family
for all their help.
Y' il I
lx ., wif
,,,,5.y . .
I-I Ledgewoofl Ro-id
Now I've been smiling lately
'llhiliklng .ilioul the good
things to rpome
And I believe it r.ould be
Something good has begun
D-mobile, VVZIIIJ on the tlapc
'78, Amison loanie -1 old
- I love you,
517 Maplewood Avenue
South was Sophomore gym,
MIS. and the fried noodles, I'l.V..
and our erazy times, South was
niee teaehers, long friendships
and hard working. South was
danee. musing and art. South
made Illitl and the Spanish
Club extra enjoyable, Thanks to
everyone who made South
28 Karen Road
H72 Beacon Street
KIlass-Committee 1, 2. ll
South High Speaks 2. ZS
She was bread in old Ixen-
turzky, but she's only a izrumb
K 've M'
SMH Lagrange Street
All the world is a stage and all
the men and women are merely
players. They have their exits
and entrances. And one man in
his lifetime plays many a rule -
I want to thank all my teachers
and friends who helped me get
my act together. Theatre Arts
10, ll, 12.
Neal I. Rose
1254 Beacon Street
You only got one life to live so
live it in peace, live it in truth
live it in love.
VBA on CBS, PR. '77, SHS.
DC., Chi, radio in 78. Thanks to
all. I will remember you.
A F Y ,Q
' "'5. - w f
' -, ' . gf .,, f
28 Ridge Road
Tennis 1, 2. 3.
Piglet sidled up to Pooh from
behind. "Pooh," he whispered.
"Yes Piglet?" "Nothing" said
Piglet, taking Pooh's paw. 'tl
just wanted to be sure of you,"
Us old women: E.C and sis-
much love, D-Mobile, jamfactsg
Lisa, Andy - shining stars, A-
YGAF, Howaya Pig Spot? My
friends, be cool.
Susan Ellen Rosenberg
75 Cross Hill Road
"Happiness is like perfume -
you c:an't spray it on others
without getting some on your-
self," Unforgettable memories
with special friends. Atl. -
Best of friends always. Suey -
Clickers'?'? Crazy and fun times
with S.B.S. To Mark - l'm lov-
ing you - always. Florida 76-77,
Summer of 77-78 Prom 77, One
wish - 280212.
Carol Beth Rosenberg
22 Rokeby Road
Time keeps on slipping into the
future Hey gang, goodbye
doesnt mean forever. Ruth.
you're incrrredible! B.F.A. Pick-
letoes. Sue, F.F. Love to every-
one. Many thanks to a wonder-
ful family. Bruce, always and
forever, each moment with you.
is just like a dream to me that
somehow came true. I LOVE
Daniel Edward Rosengard
51 Levbert Road
M ea d o w b roo k
Rosie, Dan. Danny
"See me. what I am, what I
was, what I'll be. hear me, un-
derstand that I'm not what you
see." I want to thank all of my
friends tyou know who you arej
for the great times, I t:ouldn't
have done it without you. "Sin-
ners are more fun." lt's been
real. Take care, and above all,
Deborah Rae Rosenthal
5 Harwich Road
Friends are like the warm blue
sea, They splash laughter into
your eyes. Karen Reynolds. I.V.
Children, Summer "78". munch
out. To my special friends:
"Somewhere sometime from
now, together again somehow.
D-Block Co-President, Sue-an
everlasting rainbow of friend-
ship. food glorious food, Leslie
- B.F. forever. weekends.
Thanks Mom and Dad for al-
ways being there.
83 Meadowbrook Road
Guys. its been great. Love ya
Laurie. Sue. Esta, Cherly. Rob,
Israel - Dana - 78. Memories
with David. lim. Mark. Scott.
Aaron, Ellen. Sue. Sue. Amy.
"1-3-5-7 I am waiting. Snowing
on Iuly 14 U1 Nantasket 78,
Puerto Rico 77. Goodbye to
E.D.L. - 21. Mom and Dad grat-
itude and love. Stu - thanks for
believing in me. Bootsy Baby!!
30 Bentempo Road
Robert Adam Ryter
169 Oliver Road
Won't forget "The House". Bos-
ton Concert, Special thanks to
Mom and Dad and all my
friends. Goodbye South. "Don't
look back a new day is breakinf
it's been so long since I felt this
way, I don't mind where I get
taken. the road is callin' -
today is the day.
Wrestling 2: Baseball 2, 3.
,,, -A yy,
,jg-3 ,. ,ir
V . 1 1 f
,j 5 s may.. 'Y'
ffffizif faffffvfs ' VM?
Martha lean Ross
1615 Plymouth Road
The curtains have closed. wr-'ve
taken our bows, wt-'re sad its
over, but ready to move on.
Thanks: Music, Theatre, dance.
Beatles, liilly. Todd. Mat C..
Suzy, llyden, family. friends . . ,
"Make your days be as bright
take a few of these, the sweeter
memories IJon't forget them
please '... - Todd Like really?
Kenneth Allen Rubin
110 Upland Avenue
"It's not so important to be
serious as it is to be serious
about the important."
Ski team 10, 11, 123 Debate 11.
12: Explorers 12: Iunior Class
Committee: Regulus literary
Ruth I. Rudnick
14-1 Hagen Road
Hi. Love to all my phone bud-
dies. Thanks so mueh to my
great friends for being real
friends. Thanks family for all
the love 81 support. Hey lu!
Poopsie, toot-toot, whanga!
Gayle, I miss you. Thanks to my
great teachers. I hope I'm
twe'rel always a little crazy.
116 Clifton Road
Denebolag History Club
We do not remember days. we
remember moments. -Cesare
A.H., l.S., SC., RM.. IS., and
L.S. Thanks for moments.
lliiiy S imki gt
H3515 tlommonwealth Avenue
Catherine Ann Samson
15 Bemuth Road
86 Deborah Road
Do you know where you're go-
ing to, Do you like the things in
life that show in you... D.R.To
my friends at South, a sincere
farewell! To the ones I love.
thanks for being patient with
me during those three years. A
mon pere, Merci!
I-W 1' ' A n
30 Bernard Street
Life Skills Center
Iodi Dale Sandler
31 Shady Hill Road
"A new day, a new way, and
new eyes to see the dawn. Go
your way, I'll go mine - carry
on. R.H.P.S! Margie, Paul,
Linda, Stephanie - "It isn't all
it seems at seventeen" "Looks
like we made it" Special thanks
to my family - I love you all so
David Eliot Paul Sawin
118 Parker Street
If you try to achieve your goal.
then you are already behind the
game. Life, like people, play
funny little games on you in the
course of your lifetime. You do
not try - you win. Lacrosse 1 -
hopefully. 3. Eagel Scout: Nu-
merous cars. SOD, Bigfoot, CB.
Aron, A.D., L.L.. Lisa, Beian.
nobscot, Institute, Riles, R.B.A..
School Lot. Wheeler, Ed., Mar-
riot, No Boggart please. Robyn.
Thank you Mom and Dad.
lennifer Leslie Sawin
95 Lincoln Street
Logic is invincible because. in
order to combat logic, it is nec-
essary to use logic! -Boutroux
Of what shall a man be proud,
if he is not proud of his friends?
-Robert Louis Stevenson
Best to Eppy, lay M. Katie L..
Audrey L., Ioanie, PDP-11, Rose-
ncrantz, Guildenstern Spe-
cial to family and Dotty Gon-
30 Saxon Road
37 Silver Birch Road
"What - friend - soul - in -
two" Special thanx to Carole -
BSSF forever! Thanx to past
and present stage crewies -
"Ioy of sets." Remember, if you
can't be an athlete, be an athlet-
ic supporter . . . rah rah rah!
"This is not the end. lt is not
even the beginning of the end.
But it is, perhaps. the end of the
Kim Cherise Seaborn
52 Cypress Street
Memories of unreal rowdiness,
E-block English, Sports at
NSHS QB-ball 77, 781 B.l.B., IT's.
Clark allnighters, and Mun-
chies!! Cood luck to all my
friends. Special love to and
thanks to Beans, Lisa, Stacey,
Rachel, Drisk, Kerry, Betsy.
Thanks! Mom and Dad I love
you. Celebrate, what your
thinking of. Time ain't long,
soon we'll be moving on.
Clifford Iames Seeto
1830 Beacon Street
To the best competitor that I've
ever known: My Dad. Never for-
get: D.A.'s, Soccer party 77.
Cruisin' with Rich, Hank, Westy
- Phill, Dorko and his car.
M.C., I.C., Cilligan, I.V. Cheer-
leaders 78 and Linda, advice
from B.D., S.N., Ike. B.l.W.,
Brenda's Party?? Io, Sue, and
Christine, Sherril. Erica, Stacey
gl Tamar. Soccer games in the
Cutler Courtyard. Like to forget:
Soccer Season 78. Soccer 10, 11,
12. Basebi-1ll10, 11, 12.
Kathleen Marie Scully
45 Wade Street
Many thanks to all my friends
and teachers who helped to
make my years at Newton
South so pleasant. Special
thanks to four special friends:
A.P?. FRP., AM., And F.S.1 and
to three special teachers: Ms. B.,
Dorothy H. and Lester C.
Veronica Helen Sebok
16 lune Lane
Field Hockey, Skiing. Tennis.
Denebola, Sr. Class. For me, my
craft is Sailing on, through,
mists today, clear seas anon.
Whate'er the final harbor he.
"Tis good to sail upon the sea!
-Iohn Kendrick Bangs
"You too can be a star" 'Rony
take a vacation." Drisk: May
Ilene Hope Segal
36 Bontempo Road
Friendship improves happiness.
and abates misery, by doubling
our joy and dividing our grief, -
loseph Addison Stage crew ll,
12: Explorers club 11. 12: ln-
door Track 11. Ingrid: I love and
miss you. Ruth. Alice. Iithan's
face, Physics. we will die.
Davey - boy This is true, ad-
vanced hiology. old seniors
174 Cynthia Rd.
Carol Michelle Servais
117 Baldpatehill Rd.
l,ife's been good to me I.W
Summer 78! SA.. l'.l',. BS.. LS
Halloween 78? Mom, Dad! Fram-
ingham. Marlboro. Natick
Needham. Arlington. Dimen-
sions girls and boys! Friends
forever HR., Rlx., All..
UCI.. LE.. D.l5., IH.. R.C.! Cali
fornia Love LI.. W.lR.!
46 Larehmont Ave.
Photographs and memories
Somehow it lust i:an't be true.
it's all l have left of you But we
sure had a good time when we
started way baczk when. To my
special friends: Goodbye doesn't
mean forever. Friendlys. gym'
nastitgs. F.l.A.T.!, liamma. CLH.
MH78. Thanks lo: Dll. Sli, BC.
IV:sis. Ruth - more than a
friend Love and hesses to my
family. "Get on up, look around.
f:an't you feel the wind ol
David Lee Seidner
27 Kingman Rd.
"To be what we are and to be-
eome what we are capable of
becoming, is only the end of
"Knowledge comes, but wisdom
,' v 3
11. S .
.: -Qfflfs 'N
56 Dorear Rd.
No bell will sound to bring this
experience to an end for we will
each relive special moments by
ourselves. Leslie - GDML.
Mieh, summer 78. Hey Tobs. To
Butts, DI.. Shonie, Zud. Elmo,
RF remember - lt isn't
whether you win or lose its
how mush you party after the
game. Special thanks to my par-
ents. Football 1. Il. Capt. Ii.
David A. Selib
436 Winchester St.
Today l am different from yes-
terday. tomorrow l'll be differ-
ent from today. Maybe if theres
enough days I'll get it right,
Traveling with the band -
Thanks to my friends D.C..
SB.. KB.. AT.. RB.. SA., I.M.
and Larry the nose. The hom'
mer lives on. Thanks Steve.
20 Hammond Pond Parkway
"This is not the end. lt is not
even the heginning of the end.
But it is. perhaps. the end of the
beginningf' - VVinston Church-
So long South.
Ianet Hope Sherman
28 Kenmore St.
"To lose the earth you know,
for greater knowings: To lose
the life you have: To leave the
friends you loved. for greater
loving: To find a land more kind
than home, more large than
earth -" Lots of love to every-
one. and special thanks to Ieff.
Ethan W. Shapiro Michelle Shapiro
27 Kingston Rd. 5 Antonellis Circle
Weeks The test of our progress is not
"The mind of man is capable of whether we add more to the
anything hecause everything is abundance of those who have
in it, all the past as well as all much: it is whether we provide
the future." -Ioseph Conrad. enough for those who have
Wrestling 1. 2. 3: Regulus 3: llar- little. F,tJ.R. Lots of love and -in
vard Model UN. 3. thanks to my family and
1 -m fx I4 v , 5
ft ' ,qf1J.:11 X
'K I W-14
""""f.4 T . X :N
Richard Share Cillian Sharp Iames Sheridan
33 Wayne Rd. 71 Neshohe Rd. 1304 Boylston St.
Cutler Wheeler Goodwin
Asha Kiran Sherring
23 Peachtree Lane
Senior Class Committee: Span-
ish Cluh 12. " and in the
sweetness of friendship. let
there he laughter and sharing ot
pleasures." Thanks for everyf
thing. Tina! l made it Mom and
Dad, Thanks for your love and
support. Have fun at South.
Neil. Love and happiness to lxa-
rin and Arti. Bye. NSHS.
ill Hinckley Road
lt's not what happens to you,
its how you take it.
Freid - from all of us to all of
you. It started with a boom and
hopefully will never end. Pelt.
words can not express my feel-
ings. Stay ever you. Good luck
to all and thanks to my parents
for understanding me.
Philip Lewis Shiman
913 Carver Road
Soccer 10. '11, 123 Track 10, 11,
12. South High Speaks 123
HMUN 10, 12. Stegie Fan Club
10, ll. 12.
The universe is infinitely big.
With uncounted stars, worlds.
Here we sit on a moss-covered
rock, feeling important. We're
not, but let's make the most of
our rock anyhowg lt's all we
Penny Ellen Shockett
115 Oxford Road
"I don't know where I'm run-
ning now, l'm just running on."
- Iackson Brown -
F. Hockey. Indoor Track Capt.
12. Outdoor Track, G.A.A..
PTSA. Thanks to B.B.
fY.A.N.B.S.F.J. Em lMy long lost
sisterl, MS. and LC. for all
your help, and Mum and Dad
for putting up with me.
Richard Ellis Shone
37 Louise Road
Football 1, 2. Capt. 3: Wrestling
2, 3: Baseball 1, 2, Co-Captain 3.
Impossible is a word to be
found only in the dictionary of
the minds of fools. - R.E.S.
Vineyard, Cape, Parties at Tas'
ket. Partaaay, C.A.B., Brewski.
Girls - I.C. Nothing but grat-
itude to my parents. The first of
many plateaus has been
816 Dedham Street
Public opinion is a weak tygrant
compared with our own private
opinion. What a man thinks of
himself. that is which deter-
mines, or rather indicates. his
487 Boylston Street
Soccer 10, 11, 12: Swimming 11.
Capt. 113. Life has many pleas-
ures, but none so great a sharing
it with friends. I'll always re-
member South and the times
l've shared here. with my
Thanks to my family and
friends for making my years at
South so special.
Iames Lewis Shuster
6 XNamesit Road
School of Weston: Shu
But you know that when the
truth is told
That you ean get what you
want or you can just get old.
Susan C. Silverman
35 Brandeis Road
"We were always friends from
our childhood days, and we
made our plans. and now we go
our separate ways."
Always remember: Puerto Rico
'77, l.L.Y.A.. CCW 78. Cross
Country. T.T.L., OS 81 S, the I.V.
Children. the big N!
We may never pass this way
loan Aileen Siegel
50 Farina Road
S. Crew, Uenebola
VVell we've experienrzed it all:
Crazy erushes and not so izrazy
romaneesg sorrow and happi-
ness: temporary friendships. but
more importantly. everlasting
friendships. tears and laughter,
'l'o everyone who helped me
grow and mature - my sineere-
est thanks. Danny. David. lenni.
Katie. Marczia. Susan. ettz.
Ruth Audrey Silverstein
107 Oliver Road
"We were always friends. from
our childhood days, and we
made our plans, and now we go
our seperate ways."
Lots of love to many special
friends . .. Beth. Yael. Sue. FF..
Iill - I love you more. Carol -
my B.F.A. inrzrrrrredible . ,.
Goodbye doesnt mean forever.
Eternal friendships with I,I 81 E.
Thanx Ma, Dad 81 Io for putting
up with me,
Jiti-I Boylston Street
125 Upland Road
"When you wish. upon a star.
dreams will take you very far.
but when you wish upon a
dream, life ain't always what it
SCGTITIS . . .
Earth, Wind 81 Fire
All my love to my friends and
lfllen lieth Silk
71 llarwieh Road
'l'he days may mime, the days
may go. Hut still the hands of
memory weave the blissful
dreams of lone ago.
Thanks to my tamily and
friends for making these past
three years so great, Mom and
llad - A very spergial thanks tor
always lieine there when I
Robyn M. Smukler
25 Wayne Road
"Half the world is on the wrong
seent in the pursuit of happi-
ness. They think it eonsists in
having and getting. and in being
served by others. lt eonsists in
giving, and in serving others.
' . '. Snyder
It tIli.1rleinont St. Margie Soxvsy
Xle.idlu'ook 95 llarwieh Rd
ll ilis. - Suininer I'artying. kvhei-ler
White ginger. lx.-X. LC. Ma N lxleadowlirook
pilinl. Water skiing. MS.. New "l am not afraid of tomorrow,
impsliire, Arlington ILIIIIWV tor I have seen yesterday and I
llianks Ma N Dad N Leslie. l'. lou- today!" Never forget: spe-
IWH- N. PXPS, 'IIINIIIXH llvilidl' flll' cial friendships with ll.li, and
ill llll' t'Xt2t'llt'I1l lllllts WU ll4lYl' A Ii. trpm Pflfgll Partying with
li id togetlier. IN'l'l"Xlt'I' Dads S Hy' KA., L,M,' Slim QM., 1.3,
llox. llently C.. Ilfhlttll. I"'lI'S. HL., C.L.. Michael ESXIHX78. "I II
RHI IfHWf'l". 'ullhl' filldlll 'IINS he loving you always." Mutzh to
e is tor Donna "lolly" my family and Mrs. Ii.
38 Longfellow Rd
livery man has a place. in his
heart theres a spaoe and the
world can't erase his fantasies.
Take a ride in the sky. on our
ship fantasii - all your dreams
will come true, right away.
Earth. Wind. and Fire.
I-mily Leader Stein Donald Alan Steinberg lames Quash Stevens III
'Sh Creat Meadow Rd 109-1 Centre St 25 Wootltzliff Rd
C oodwin Cutler Coodwin
Meadowbrook VVeeks Weeks
'wteinliurger Don Footliall 1, ll. ll: Lacrosse 1, 2, 3.
A K. LW. DK. HT. l.M. I..R. Wrestling 1.2.33 Deneholail. Captain: Cut Corner: Laura.
I If Iimli. 'I'. l1.i. Lupe R.R. DC. "Knowledge is like hutter. As VZ., Mush, Sul. look Cornerg
Swinger I.C, Nikos RR Leaf Pe- soon as you think you tzan lin il- IF. D.D. MD. C.C. C.M. Ii.l3.
o e lley Lisa "l3ut:kin Bunk" ly grasp it. it slips away. And L.B. CB, SIS.. ettt. Thanx
rdina. Tequilla Party. Thanks it's not had on toast either." VVayne 51 Caryn 18.8.1 C.C.IV.1
to Mom BQ Dad. The time is Lesters: Illue-Bomlx ettz. Love
on us Today is forever To! ya. Mom. Dad. l.W.S. 82. CLS.
irrow is lust one of yesterday 87. SAK. 'l"I'al.
dreams. Field hockey IO. ll. I
Solllllall Ill. Il. 12
46 Van Roosen Rd.
"If you will it. it is not a dream"
Theador llerzl. Special thanks
to everyone in BAYGL, South
High Speaks. Loves Labours
Lost. Denebola. my family and
everyone else who made New-
ton South so rewarding.
65 Rokehy Rd
Never forget - The aparatus
and M. The Nll. Commissioner
at U'Mally's - The middle -
Cuisseppi and The Tank
We-llleet Dryer Spinning 2. 3.
Buzzed thru the blizzard 78.
HTB TBI. lilo. Its only the begin-
ning Chimtago. Cood luck to
everyone. Doulile O -
Daniel A. Stone
56 Cynthia Rd.
Regulus 10. 11. 12 - Co-editor-
in-Chief: H.M.U.N. 11. 12 - Co-
Chairman: Tennis 10. 11. 12
We go our different ways To
separate situations lt's not that
easy anymore. - Billy Ioel
Special thanks to my family and
12 Cushing St.
Football 1.2. Capt. 3 Lacrosse 2.
Capt. 3 lNrestling 3
Thanks to my friends for three
great years that l'll always re-
member. Special thanks to
GSA. all through life. "lt
doesnt matter if you win or
lose. its how mueh you party
after the game." Iennifer
5f'30f78 . . .
Peter Riehard Sturman
67 Truman Rd.
"l feel lost in the eity" - Yes -
Alas Newton South parting is
sueh sweet sorrow! Hut when it
eomes Round to you and me l
ask myself Do I really helieve in
you love Yes. l'm sure it will
work out all right - Cenesis -
Special thanks to Mom and Dad
75 Haynes Rd.
4 Mechanic: St.
l've had It terrific: years here, liut
l'm not sorry to see it end. My
friends were just great, and l'd
like to keep in toueh after grad-
uation. l've had alot of good
times with them. and l'm going
to miss the friday nights we
had. l'd like to thank my Mom
and Dad for being so under-
Ueliora Roslyn 'l'al1ar,hnu,k
103 VValnut llill Rd.
"Take your time, think a lot,
think of everything you've got.
For you will still lie here tomor-
row. but your dreams may not."
Rememlmer. ITIJCIVITJRY, ll.YA.
fl-NI. l.ang and the gang. Nllfi.
Pl., lsrael '78 and HC. Thanks to
my family. liest of luck to my
friends: "Somewhere, sometime
from now, together again somef
, . ,ffifia 'PY . .
TI Sharpe Rd.
Aniy S. Teitrher
27 Sizotney Rd.
Reasons Smile, Smile. Smile
and Believe Atl. Thelma
and Selma. Remember Donna
Summers? 45 in Elevator.
Cape with Til. HB .... Love ya.
Memoried with CN. Iordan
Marsh 1977-78. Summer 78:
D.VV. Thanks, you're fantastic!
Mueh love to my family who
were always there. I will he
there for you!
Holly P. Tessler
50-1 Ward St.
It sure didn't seem to like three
years. Always remember my
friends tyou know who you arel
and the great times we had.
Mom and Dad, thanks for
everything and all you've put up
with. Thanks len. Never forget
Ya! Good Luek Class '79!
Miehael Stewart Traister Yee Tsang Iilaine Rhonda Valinsky
14 Iuniper Lane 1208 Walnut St. 130 Lineoln St.
Cutler Wheeler Cutler
Beaver CD. Weeks
South High Speaks 10. ll. '12 Thanks to PR. for those "quiet"
Ifnrirxhment Program I0 times in the Iihrary. Remember
"You ain't gonna learn what SC., C.S.. A.M., C.C., M.M.
you dont want to know." Iioh 'Thanks to everyone who made
Wi-in I3.I3.C., Freneh and Russian
eluhs fun. Never forget the
"work" I did during I hloeks.
'Thanks to teachers. family and
friends who helped me make it
Ilene Ann Tocci
29 Louise Rd.
"HoIdfast to dreams for if
dreams die, life is a broken
winged hird that cannot tIy"
Field hockey 1, 2, 3: Indoor
Track 1. 2. 3: Outdoor Track 1,
2. 3. Always remember the
greatest years at South, Summer
78, Bloomies, last field hockey
game, lot's of great friends.
Thanks to the greatest parents
529 Chestnut St.
'Coodhye doesnt mean for-
ever." IW "It's the laughter
we'll remember." The men. NH.
Sp ehalng. CH initiation. Apt..
Iiliz 78. Prom 77, 78 ae. eaf, MR.
IA, IS+SiS, Scott. Swiss C.
lI.R.. Pres. I - if its right. AO
you and I. Mark. time will tell.
It-ff. we found it hefore. we'lI
find it again. Forever us.
201 Upland Ave.
'.:. - i
1 .'-.. " is
Leslie joy 1Neisman
120 Harwich Rd.
This is not the end. its not even
the beginning of the end. but
perhaps it's the end of the be-
ginning. My very special friends:
the good times were only be-
cause of you. Mom. Dad: words
could never express my love for
you both. Alan. te amare para
30 Winston Rd.
Spanish Club 1, 2. 3 - Viee
President 2, 3 Senior Class 3 -
Vice President 3 Regulus adver-
tizing 3 Debating team 1
To all those people who helped
me, 1 say "Thanks" Remember
- Israel, B.A.Y.G.L., Fun tit
Games, dates with TC 81 AM.
N.P.L.. IC.. and especially RA,
Kiss Newton South Goodbye
235 Waban Aye.
Dreams, smiles. sunshine. guys,
sweet memories. +me. Before
we end tand then beginl it's t
me to go our seperate ways.
What a job we've done. A few
more tomes that l can say
I've loved these days! Love to
sis. jensky, Marth. Bobie. N+CL.
Nerbie, Mom+Dad 81 EVERY-
BODY! Tang, musirz, graphics.
HR., Soccer1, 2 skiing 1, 2.
5 Voss 'I'erace
Wake me! My heart is feelin'
glad - l'll take you with me
when your feelin' bad! HWF
Cood luek Goodwin buddies
you're great! Remember: lirillos
Pefigliano Sphineter "'l'he Chil-
dren" Spitballs States! lilizzy
T.T.L. Allnighters ticklish? E
bloek English FOOD!!! Sing a
song it'll make your day!
170 llrookline St.
Still round the corner there max
wait A new road or .i sc cut
gate: And though I off liavi
passed them by. A day will
it ilst when l Shall tiki
IIIHTN' i i .' '
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the hidden paths thit
oon. liast of Sun.
9 O 4
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79 Spivrs Htl.
Que'Iie't17ti, .i little- RZQR in N.II..
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NUI., AR. 'I'IIHP1XRK
The-y e:opie'eI .ill thtfy r:ouIeI fol-
low, but the-y i:ouleIn't ezopy my
minet. Iloerkeiy 10, 11. 12, tio-
ltt Urttharel Avo
Mome-nts: NII "77 "Spaghe'tti"
Iilizzarel '78 Thea "C.P.", IVIC.,
Bre-e-ze-way, Summeir '78 B.II. 81
South. "Tho Garagef' Zefezker 8:
Zig. IMI "Good Timefsn Thanks
e-sting, flood Luck! "Time may
ezhangee pe-oplv hut people e:an't
ezhange- time-" Che-eirlewaeling 11
Rolie-rt Ioseiph VViIe:ox
-IIN INoorIw.iriI St.
tlooel time-s in walian with Buhs.
Ileieitvl' Poseily, anel TA. Stuely
ing with Yoolts while- poosteiel
lYn-a rightt The-rv is some-thing
tor all who look, theire-s .i story
in vw-ry Iiook. All of thee pagvs
Iie'twe'e'n .III the' Iinvs. so muezh
you I.mIII Imel.
Intllllllll'IIII1I'1,XVt?'IIllilItIII ya lat
Mom AQ Dael Thanks to my
friefnels that maeler South interr-
IH Carlton Rel.
I wi to live'
I wa to grow
Iwi to sete'
I wa to Know
I we to share'
what I ezan givi-
I want to Ime-
I want to Iiyei
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H53 Be-afzon St,
Sorzezvr. werll we- trie-elg thanks
to Laura, Lisa, I,ois,g ezrazy,
wefirel anel eleimewnte-ei: Iiut its
warm oyeir he-re-3 who's gota
m:ar'?g Gooel Iuezk to e-ve-ryhoely
e-Isev from upstairs gooelwin.
whe1e'fIe"r anrl the' gratcu VVe- maelew
Q f- I-A-I' .- 'IEE
. . . a
Ianee lulier White-
91 Mary Iillern Rel.
"GooeItmye- eloe-sn't meian for'
ever". IV - "It's the? laughter
wn'II re-me-mhefrf' UB, - SW.,
Summeir A77', Melissa, Spain '76'.
Capt'sG.F..FfI3aII,11!24 -ls TD.
th? Me-n. PRH78' SNL., SP..
V.S.S.. Hi Hook! Fish. SK. Nick
Danger ezountry. Zoomass. 111
N. Rd.. Love- 241 thanks to my
family. Willie- IM.M.j, Ifvords
Cannot eixpreass what you'II al'
ways meian to me-. I10.f22!76I
11 Irvington St,
,. , ef
Denise Leigh Williams
5 Kelveden Rd,
To all my friends: thanks and
goodluck. Ilisa - Thats an
llisa skirt: thanks for all the
great times. lim - some won-
derful moments. thanks. Arty -
l've grown so: thanks, you
helped when it hurt. You'll al-
ways be special. My family -
couldn't have made it without
you. Ianice, Sandy, Danny
Nancy Ellen Wolff
108 Oakdale Road
Regulus 11, 12
lf you can imagine it. you can
achieve it. If you can dream it.
you can become it. -William Ar-
thur VVard Special thanks to my
parents and friends for being
there for me to lean on. Stace -
for always "A smile is the whis-
per ofa laugh."
31 Arlo Rd.
167 Pond Brook Rd.
Far and Few, Far and few. Are
the lands where the Iumblies
live, Their heads are green and
their hands are blue: And they
went to sea in a seive. Lear My
thoughts like sparks. ride on
winged surprises carrying a
single laughter - My fancies are
fireflies, Specks of living light
twinkling in the dark.
. " 1
269 Woodcliff Rd.
24 Radcliff Rd.
NYC with Posley and lco and 3
card Molly. Q20 dollal Summer
at the porch. The boys of Bomb.
Do it up, Pooted, kk's Korner.
Brony Donny and Gonny. Sum-
mer 78 in colombia. Aguar-
diente. Hijo de una puta. Ya
Iohn Richard Young
Good luck to I.H. and M.l-l.,
j.V., BO., DB., PD., I.L., S.L..
P.G., V.G., G.R., L.F., M.M..
P.l-l., M.F. and family thanks for
everything, and thanks to Mrs.
Malone. Most of all thanks to
Iudy and good luck in the years
to come. Love ya always. See
Ma I told you it would be easy
Iames G. Ziskend
116 Wayne Rd.
S.H.S. Senior Class. Comm.
S.C. - 3 C.T.A. 1-2-3
Special thanks to S.D.
256 Dedham Street
Dome party gl U Mass: long evening: How to
find your best friend, A.G, Eye
communication, D.E.P.S. Cars, Socrates: R.A.
hot . . A.F. Twist my arm: A.R. "If I claim to
be a wiseman, it truly means that l don't
know," Dariel S.O.M.F.1 lt's gonna snowl,
moving on to bigger and better.
6 Saco Street
l'll always remember C.C., LD- C.H., ID.,
ID., D.C., Hanging out front, cutting classes,
l'll never forget you Patty, we've been
friends for a long time. M.A. - F.H. Your
Vega, Kings we have had a lot of good and
bad times together. Thank you Mom. I love
you. You too Bobby.
842 Chestnut Street
B-Ball 11, 12 DCL Champs. B-Ball and Iunior
grades don't mix. Inspiration from Mr.
Marvin Gaye. Colonade 78 - Hey Gino lets
ride 'em N.Y.C. with the Spic gl Gringo, 3
Card Molly, 20 dolla. Always remember
Sophomore Summer, The Fan Club and
senior year. Hijo de una puta!
David B. Freedman
144 Clark Street
I would like to thank my friends: IT., D.G.,
P.S., S.K., M.S., R.L., R,C., and I.C. for
making my years at South very enjoyable.
Remember great times "upstairs" with l.T.,
P.S., S.K,, 81 R.L. Great times in New York
City with D.G. The best of luck to all in the
31 Pennsylvania Avenue
Theres no way out of here when you come
in you're in for good. Theres no boundaries
set the time of year you wasted still.
Love and Friendship toe-toe.
Laurie Beth Lebow
70 Burdean Road
Pikesville Ir. High
TO - S.L., 7 C.L., 1. L.R., 4, ELF., R.A.
and to B.K,, I love you. Time to Party!!!
Again. Snow Storms,
'78, The M, Sickness.
You Big Freaks!!!
l've loved these days.
Store "24", Nantasket
Dan S. Marnoy
88 Harwich Road
Thanx Doc and Mom for Rivers. N.S.C.L. I
love the Little Baked Beans, Hangin on at the
Fan with my man P.F. Nick the quick got em
all, The Inspiration of Mr. Marvin Gaye Iig a
lu with U. Give me more of the good life, the
Col. St I.D.'S Onward.
lill Susan Shuman
278 Country Club Road
Varsity Gymnastics 10, 11, 12: To my special
friends: "Goodbye doesn't mean forever."
VSS, "Playing with the mind is hazardous to
one's health." O.D.W.C. because W.B.T.
Dear Michael ... Beth YGAF, Caf, Iill,
Nantasket, Debby, Let's CAB, Charlies
Angels, 5f31!78, twins Memories, Sharing the
night, Paronoia, F. All my love and thanks to
my family. Special love to "ARNIE."
Lisa IoAnn Tolley
58 Theodore Road
You're a senior? YES! I moved to Newton
last summer. I have been in many activities
throughout my high school career which
included cross-country, cheerleading, track.
band, gym team, student council, hostess
club, literary magazine and swim team. To
my little brother, I leave many maps for
finding his way around.
837 Boylston Street
83 Hyde Street
72 Oxford Road
26 Mechanic Street
95 Dedham Street
Life Skills Center
60 Crescent Avenue
138 Harwich Road
73 Kenwood Road
Life Skills Center
14 Underwood Avenue
22 Omar Terrace
Life Skills Center
159 Oak Street
177 Cypress Street
116 Winslow Road
61 Homestead Street
1025 Walnut Street
Life Skills Center
711 Chestnut Street
43 Gay Street
Life Skills Center
29 Keller Path
24 Radcliff Road
105 Redwood Road
54 Walnut Hill Rd.
83 Agawam Road
206 Sumner Street
35 Linden Street
Life Skills Center
41 Albert Road
Life Skills Center
89 Windsor Street
299 Tremont Street
34 River Street
Life Skills Center
431 Parker Street
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First Row: Stephanie Klein, Iacqui Fishman, lane Feigenson, Student
activity leaders, Chris Melville. Second Row: Sara Frim, lanet Kohn, Ruth
Rudnick, Karen Clayton-Bell. Carole llauer, Ann Mao, Rosalie Day, Mrs.
Monderer, faculty advisor.
Stephanie Klein, laczqui Fishman, lane Feigenson, Student
.-Xrtivity l,i-.itlers Mrs. Montlerer
The Newton South Enrichment Program is not a club,
it is not an extracurricular activity, but it is a rewarding
and exciting experience.
The program is responsible for people, from outside
of the Newton South Community, into South to speak
on various subject matters and areas of interest. Under
the guiding hand of the programs coordinator, Mrs.
Phyllis Monderer, and student leaders lane Feignson,
Iacqui Fishman, Debbie Fox, Sara Frim, and Stephanie
Klein, the Enrichment program has brought over 100
programs a year to South. These range from political
candidates, such as Senator Paul Tsongas and Repre-
sentative Frank Hatch, to programs dealing with impor-
tant issues, such as addiction, teenage suicide, and the
family. Since its formation eight years ago, the Enrich-
ment Program has been a vital part of Newton South
and it will continue to be so.
t. SPEAKS 1550 A.M
Maxwell Stearns, Director., Phil Shiman. News
Director., David Riese, Technical Director., Michael
Traister, Features Director., Robert Ulin, Fine Arts
First Row: Phil Shiman, Howard Kaplan. Maxwell
Stearns. Second Row: Steven Brooks, Ray More-au.
Karen Blinder. Leslie Rosenberg, Stephen Ptiriies.
Robert Goodman. Third Row: Ixt-vin l,t'lll.lt,lx,
Michael Hall, Lawrence Cohen. Fourth Roni Neil
McManus, Bill ljams.
lst Row: Maxine Brown, Lauren Mclseon.
Tim Hairston, Keith Harris, Denise
Roberts 2nd Row: Gail Hoggrover. Iudy
Foster, Frank Oliever, Donna Morgan,
Linda Price, Kyle Richards, lay Brodnax
First Row: Emily Weiss, Paul Sehill,
Sharon Esformes, Second Row: Iohanna
Hurley, Ted Sczovell, Claire Suovell.
Caroline Lipson, Anne Malamucl, Miki-
Devinovitz, Third Row: Ion Iatzlxson.
Dc-hliie Rosenlilum. Anath Colunih, Myles
ND First Row: Danny Rosengard, Dariel Grimes, Kevin
Roberts, Stuart Feldman, john Gennari, julie Weiss,
Suzanne Greenberg, Lauren Wilson. Second Row:
Paul Green, joe Walsh, Scott Bailey, Creg Walsh,
Ben Cohen, Myles Gordon, jenny Hein, Leslie Rose,
Meg Sewall, Micky Nahor. Third Row: jocelyn
Levy, Andrea Hurley, Maaike Straathof, Ruth
Berggren, Laura Miller, Shelagh Hakcett, Dinah
Longson, Susan Bamel, Debbie Hellman, Lisa
Schnitzer. Fourth Row: Rosalie Abbott, Lotte Lent,
Gail Ruben, Carol Tennant, joanne Beatty, Colleen
Daly, jane Freedman, Rosella Carelli, Beth Zalinger,
Robin Dery. Fifth Row: Gina Stewart, Evelyn
Tsamtsouris, Sue Naples, Martha Lipson, janet
Kohn, joanne Baye, Pam Pantos, Ruth Goldman,
Ilene Segal, julie Werbinski, Lily Tsang, Kim
Grossman, Lois Malick, Sue Blackman. Sixth Row:
Maria Herrera, Melanie Diette, Laura Golub, jeri
Nagler, Ginger Wright, Martha Ross, Hyden
johnson, Mimi Ochs, Anne McCrory.
ig gf' owofu
First Row: Ron Bergin, Martha Ross, janet Schiffman, Emily Weiss, Paula Becker, Laura Hackett, jeff Hellman.
Sheila Hackett, Andy Cristiello. Second Row: Adam Hamada, Harry Rapheal, David Seidner, Phil Savin, Steve
Parnes, Peter Black, Peter Kraker, Tom Sebok, Ken Schmere, Ben Cohen. Third Row: Paul Diette, David Parnes. Greg
Walsh. Devion Stewart, Harry Samkange, Glenn Seidner, Steve Pilavin, jon Hout. Bela Wurlitzer, joel Doolin, David
Pill, Tim Todress, Tod Brillient, Steve Shore.
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Iohn Barnett, Photography Editor: Andrew Sigal, Roland
Upham, Photography Staff: Rosalie Day, Production Staff:
Naomi Sacks, jennifer Sawin, Production Managers.
Andy Hurwitz, News Editor:
Ted Srzovell, Robert Markovitch, Peter
Rubin, Robert Schlossman, Howard Caplan, Alex Atwood, News Staff.
Sam Shapiro, limmy Cohen, Business Managers: Sui- Mosltow
Steven Mayor. Amy Ellis, Emily Monosson. Amy Cltirlwr. Bri-tt
Barenholtz, Business Staff.
Matthew Karas, Rony Sebok, Sports Editors: lim Shulman,
Mike Cooper, Bobby Ryter, Lauri Meizler, Sports Staff.
Neil McManus, Lawrence Cohen, Feature Editorsg Rob Ulin, Ieff Hellman, Bill
Ijams. Caroline Lipson, Greg Walsh, Ioel Rabinovitz. Feature Staff.
lay Massimo. Fine Arts Editorg Debby I
Rosenbloom, Ioan Siegel, Margie Young.
Danny Rosengard, Fine Arts Staff.
First Row: Iehhy Sharp, Alice Quillen.
Audrey Lezherg, Ilene Segal, Ruth
Goldman, Greg Weilsh. Iohanna
Hurley. Second Row: Anath Golumh.
Gillian Sharp. Albert Bupp. Steven
Goldstein. Angela Pandorf. David
Quillen. Andrea Hurley. Ted Arons.
Ann Morehouse, Penny Barker, Ruth
Bergren. Third Row: Dan Martin.
Renee Massimo. Laura Hackett, Iohn
Gennari, Alex Atwood, Ricky Gillis,
Peter Borander, Kevin Hayden. Nut
Isen, Ion Becker.
STUDE T REPRESE TATIVES
First Row: Greg Walsh, Ienny Hein,
Linda Speizer, Second Row: Mr.
Seasholes, Andrew Sigal, Caryn
Broitman. Rosalie Day. Sara Frim,
Penny Shoekett. Mrs. Monderer.
First Rovvi lanet Hoberman, Sharon
Creenstein, Linda Cordon, jill
llainatla, Andrea Raider, Susan Hamel,
Rusty Klein, Neal Ranen. Second Row:
Sharon Sussman. Teresa Coetza,
Raehel Bernstein, Lauren Kaufman.
Cail Rosenfield. Sherry Ann Wong,
Suzanne lulian. lane Weinfeld, Robert
Sheghanian. Debbie Loiventhal, Stzott
Cohen, Mala Arnoldy. Third Row:
Asha Sherring, Cina Lombardo,
Melissa Hernandez, Susan August,
Robin Hurwitz, Robin Cibbs, lim
Rosenthal, Gregg Driben, Sue
Silverman, Sue Moskow, Linda
lylurrow, Catze Newlon, Sue Bornstein,
Susan Day. Fourth Row: Sue Friedus,
Phyllis Rittner, lody Feinberg, Billy
Drutzlver, Lauri Meizler, Elyse Fruman.
Laurie Rudnick, Carl Seletz, Caroline
Lipson, Patil Curhan, Renee Massimo,
Martin Bern, lohn Maletz, lim Marks,
David Michelson, Ieff Viselman, Leora
Hastings, Debbie Wennet, Ken
First Row: Ms. Lacroute, Robin
Smuckler. Amy Elman, Valerie
Schwam, Debra Alexander, Kathy
Pelton, Second Rowi Heidi Cibella,
Margie Saltiel, Neal Foman, Laura
Kagan, Sharron Sussman. lulie Lipsett,
Third Row: Kathy Palmer, David
Pipkin, Laura Miller, Nancy Fishbein,
Michelle Arons, lean Hendrix. Donna
Lipson, lane Bess, Debbie Hellman.
Fourth Row: Paula Boisvert, Liz
Cullen, Claire Stzovell, Debbie
Flashman, loanna Pottera. Tublu
Chatterjee, Rosalie Day, Marine
Debrovv, Linda Speizer, Nancy Callant,
Andrea Resh, Rob Goodman, janet
Kohn, Fifth Row: Stacey Model, David
Tallimo. Robert Shaffer, Sixth Row:
Renee Massimo. Tommy Sebolx, Leslie
Smith, Indy Robinson, Evelyn Smith.
SPA ISH CLUB
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First Row: Ruth Iiiergrr-n, Annrf
Moorfehousfv, Surah Pmgcer. Sterzonfl
Row: Avory Isnffr, firing Zoll.
Cherrish Dtmdfrktir, Tfzd Hrgovf-Il,
Ronny Robbins, Rotwrt Peirtridgr-.
Pit-rrv Szisson. Third Row: Ste-vc-n
Pilzixin, Rirzhtird Lovin:-, Mutt Ist-ri.
K1-vin Rohr-rts, Rotwrt Sfzhlossmtin.
le-ft' Harris. Roiierrt M4irlxox'ltr.h.
Martin Horn, Rolifert Iiist. Amir
First Row: Anne Mzilaimud.
Lziwronczv Cohtln. Howard Fingvr,
Richard Leeds, David Cohffn. Aw-ry
lsmrr. Sf-Cond Row: Fiuiiitzu-s
Mailumud, David Toy, Alt-x
Atwood, Kenny Rubin. Valvriv
Srzhwzim. Phil Fishc-r, Tom
Pltistziiigh. Mr. Holman.
Ze-igvr. Cdryii Broitniiiii. Sserzoiici Ru
First Row: Mrs. Miiluiii-, Brian Duffy.
Milt Isvn, Liiiiiii Spiffzoiy Val Suhwiim,
Nliimzy C.ill.iiit, Ciirul Hiiiwix Nuiiivc'
Xllsizhul, Divixiiw' IXI1lil'I'Sl!Il.
First Ruw: hiwrviiizc- Cljhfxli. Iiicly
Marrziii Olxun, Iiiciy Robinson. Ms
Cuiitiuirlii. Third Row: Iririivs Cairull
If?fi'Hl'iiINdI1, Mikel Iiiiiivlliiis.
C TLER HCI SP1 COUNCIL
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First Row: Marji Young, Danny Stone.
Sam Shapiro. Second Row: Tom
Sebok, Ethan Shapiro, Rony Sebolx.
Mike Fein. Mirghellr- Klein, Iofinnf-
Werthtzr, Lori Bowers, Stacey lvlodell.
David Berkowitz. Third Row: Rob
Steinberg, Harry Seimkungfi. Peter
Rubin, Debbie Rosenthal. Phil Shirnfin.
First Row: Debbie Rosenblum, loc-l
Rabinovitz, Karen Rosenzweig.
Lawrence Cohen, Carol Hsuing.
Second Row: Caryn Broitnmn. Ted
Seovell, Robert Sohlossman. Kathy
Pclton, Renee Massimo. Helen Strange.
Keith Bograd. jennifer Sdwin, lane
Bess, Ruth Rudnick. Donna Lipson.
First Rim: Dong ling, lm-l
ll.llJlIiUYllZ. Diivicl Corwin.
Nlntty lx.ir.is. Svmionml Row:
Nlivhlivl lmiiivlliiis. lvff llvllamn.
Yiutur ling, D.ix'iLl Chi-in
Missing: Riizhlircl Burns-tt, Rusty
lxlvin, Stvwn liruulxs, Ancly
l"e'lilni.in. R1c1h.i1'cl Ruhin.
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SE ICR CLASS CUMMITTEE
First Row: Suv Silwrmun, Amy
Tvimihvr. Stamps-y XN'.illucs', Shvrril
lsogus. Amy lillis, Ruhin Cihhs,
Toby Richman. Michele' Rosfwn,
lxim l.c-vin. Ss-mzoncl Row:
Minh:-llv Shapiro, Asha
Shvrring. llvnv Tucci, Dchhic-
Lvf-. I,is.i Brown, Amy Clnrhe-r,
Iill Schwartz, Allin Sf?llXfxl'.
Nlinhiells- Klzvin, lim Smzhustu-r.
If-if Tnrslxy. Thirrl Row: liini
Clrnssrniin, Rurzlxy' Calvin. lim
Cirihvn, ldnf' Fe-ige-nsun. lmly
Fvinhvrg, Anclrf-ii lxmnivr. Emily
Stflin. Kim Sf-iihnrn, Alison
fL.ill.int, Mark Kass-. I'I.irl
lNlr,lflDDf'X. Tum Histdiigh, Carol
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First Row: jenny Hein, Andrea Hurley.
Anne Mao, Iohanna Hurley. Second
Row: lay Massimo, Ienny Sawin, Rony
Sebok, Steven Epstein. Third Row:
Mrs, Mealy, Emily Stavis, Kim
Seahorn, Linda Driscoll, Lisa Brown,
Rohin Hurwitz, Diane Houlihan, Bena
Fein, Cane Newlon, Cathy Moore.
First Row: Andrew Nathanson, Tuhlu
Chatterjee, Upasana Barkhatar, Lily
Tsang, Rosella Carrelli, Iohanna
Hurley, Mrs. Dorothea Gaudet. Second
Row: Mrs, Ratner, Edvardo Christlieh,
Kathy Palmer, Lyz Mason, Asha
Sherring, Ken Shamir, Bassam
Doughman, Sam Ishikawa, Yee Tsang.
Mr. Bleiwas. Third Row: Dwight
Maekerron, Audrey Lezherg, Carole
Hauer, Robert Haimoviei, Valerie
Sehwam, Elli Davidi, Shahman Foradi.
lim Hiilwix Chris Me-lviliv. Rui
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lvigviisuii, llvlihiv Ruse-iilhiil, Riighimi
iiiv, i-Xiiiy Silk. Si-mimi Row: Dai 'A
Pupkiii, Uiiviii iliihvii, Hlvvi-ii Iipstviii,
First Row, Ms. Iiisi-iihuiir, Kiiri-ii
liliiiili-i', Berth Ziilliiige-i', Liiiirifii
Ix.iiifiii.iii. Indy Ruliiiisoii, Lisii
Q.l.iyIuii. fwiirii Ciiilnliiwg, f..ii'ul Luiy,
Liviii Cluliiiimii. Seminiici Ruwi Rubin
Hiirwilz, Paim Paitiius, Rviie-er Miissiiiiu,
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Front Row IL-Rl: Ieff Elman, Scott Lomos, Kevin Hayden, lohn Forti, Capt. Alan Seifer, Capt. Richard Shone, Capt. Richard Tarantino.
Capt. Paul Butters, Capt. Steven Kosowsky, lim Stevens, Mark Kase, Doug Iackson. Robert Coldman, Thomas Eastaugh. 2nd How Eric
DeWaard, Ben Schwalb, Steve Kasten. Ierry MacDonald. Ron Yeradi, Michael Kaplan, Mike Dery, Mark Sullivan, David Smith, Ron
Krassin, Ieff Bovarnick, Ieff Lerner, Billy Penzo, David Weisner. 3rd Row: Ted Leavitt, Robert Steinberg. Ioe Walsh. Mark Hayden. Paul
DeMichele, Carl Shishmanian, Peter Borander, Scott Buffington, Mark Hernandez, David Soyka, lay Littman. 4th Row: Asst. Coach
Arthur Murphy. Asst. Coach George Tsiumus, Laura Burke, Mgr., Iason Rubin, Head Coach Aredis Kojoyian, Peter Alexander. lon
Bovarnick, Brad Croper, Michael Kasten, Iohn Derby, Peter Davos, Bob Levine, Chris McManus. Missing: Asst Coach Tony Principe.
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This year's football team had it's first win-
ning season in several years. After the Lions
lost their first three games of the year and did
not score a single point, a winning season did
not seem possible. Their final record of five
wins, four losses, and one tie, was an achiev-
ment which put them in the Dual County
The Lions Defense was outstanding all year.
Led by end, Iohn Forti, and tackle, Rich Ta-
rantino, they were one of the best defensive
teams in the D. C. L. This defense showed its
true character in the fourth quarter of the
Wayland game. They put on two goal line
stands to win the game 7-2. Other defensive
Stand-outs for the Lions were line backers
Rich Shone, and Alan Seifer, lineman Mark
Kase, David Smith, Eric Deward, lim Stevens,
and Mark Sullivan. Doing a fine job for the
Lions in the secondary were: Paul Butters,
Mike Kasten, Bob Steinberg, and Mike Dery.
The Uffense, which showed significant im-
provement during the second half of the sea-
son, was led by quarterback Steve Kosowsky.
The Lions had four consistent, hard-nosed
running backs in the way of Rich Shone, Ierry
McDonald, Scott Buffington, and Paul Butters.
The offensive line that opened tremendous
holes all year long consisted of Alan Seifer,
Rich Tarantino, Steve Kasten, Ronnie Yeradi,
Mark Kase and Ieff Elman. Doug jackson and
Iohn Forti the two big ends blocked, and were
targets for Steve Kosowsky.
The true spirit of the Lions was best ex-
emplified by seniors like Tom Eastaugh, Scott
Lomes, Robert Goldman, and Kevin Hayden.
These players along with many others helped
make possible a very successful season.
The Lions were given great leadership by
their co-captains: Rich Shone, Alan Seifer,
Paul Butters, Rich Tarantino and Steve Ko-
Many thanks to Coach Tsiumus, Coach
Princepi, and Coach Murphy. A very special
thanks to Head Coach Kojoyian who put up
with us, and led us through thick and thin.
Cood luck to the Lions of the future!
"This football team had a lot of character
and determination, Although it suffered many
bad breaks and did not win its first three
games of the season on score. it did win them
statistically. These losses could easily have
discouraged the players but with their con-
stant perserverence, the tides were turned. In
the seven remaining games, only one was lost.
The teams perserverence was also evident
when it tied Concord Carlisle, a team playing
the the super bowl.
- Coach Aredis Kojoyian
Volleyball is a sport requiring many indi-
vidual skills which are combined with precise
teamwork. The 1978 Newton South Varsity
Volleyball team was able to incorporate all of
these skills to complete their regular season
with an impressive 12-5 record.
This year's team coached by Barbara May
had a great deal of talent and started play this
year at a high level which increased through-
out the season. Lead by tri-captains Bena
Fein, Iudy Koffman and Stacey Wallace, the
team had great success playing highly rated
teams in the Boston area.
The 1978 Volleyball team did not end its
season with its regular schedule. The team's
outstanding record qualified them for the
Massachusetts State Tournament in which
they were North-eastern district finalists.
There are six seniors who will be gradu-
ating in Iune. They will be missed, but the
returning juniors and sophomores leave a
bright outlook for the future.
Front Bow: Robin Hurwitz, Susan Bornstein, Laura Kagan. Cheri-Ann Wong,
Elyse Fruman, Anne Morehouse, Lauren Kaufman, Cathy Seasholes, Susan
Manzer. Second Bow: Sara Frim, Emily Stavis, Ioanne Golding, Michele
DeFazio, Robin Gibbs, Capt. Stacey Wallace, Capt. Bena Fein, Capt. Iudy
Koffman, Iulie Perkins, Brenda Burke, Susan Perry, Tami Kan, Coach Barbara
May. Missing: Laura DeFazio, Corie Wallice
"They did it when they had to."
- Coach Barbara May
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Front Row: Matt Kelley. Dave Root. Robert Partridge, Capt. Gillian Sharp. Greg
Long. Mark Miller, Second Flow: Coach Patil McCarthy, Mike Berkowitz, Mark
Colden, Robert Fast, Steve Brooks, Ienifer Sharp. Linda lrvine, Rohert Mosca.
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did not dampen the spirits of the cross-
country runners this year. Everyone
started and ended the season with posi-
tive thinking and perseverence, and al-
though it was a losing year, it produced
a winning team. Practices. however
grueling, were made fun under the very
capable leadership of South's new coach.
Paul McCarthy, and the "pace setting"
captain, Gillian Sharp. All of the effort
exerted in practices was shown hy the
personal hest performances acquired hy
each of South's runners.
As in the past. female participation
was not large enough to form a separate
girls team. Hopefully, there will he more
members joining Iennifer Sharp next
A fond farewell to seniors, Gillian
Sharp, Mark Colden. Linda lrvine. Mark
Miller, and Dave Root.
ln its second year, the goal of the girls
soccer team was to surpass the .500 mark.
This goal became a reality as the team finish-
ed 8-4-1. They almost made it to the state
tournament. but fell short by only a few per-
centage points. For a second year team, this is
quite an accomplishment.
The team had an usually large number of
sophomores. They learned quickly. lt is the
philosophy of the team to practice as one
squad, and not to split into junior varsity and
The team learned how to work with each
other and learned to recognize others
Perhaps the two most memorable games
were those on October 7, against Lincoln-
Sudbury, and October 21, against Westwood.
Lincoln-Sudbury had beaten South the first
time they met, but South came back to com-
pletely control the game and win. The game
against Westwood was sponsored by the
Boosters Club and the biggest crowd of the
year watched South beat Westwood for the
Standouts for the offense included Kim Sea-
born, who had 9 goals and 4 assists, and
junior Michelle Miller, who had 5 goals and 1
assist. The combination of junior Rachel Finn
in goal and the defensive players allowed
only 18 goals in the entire season.
We can never forget: Mexican hat dance:
"hit it" instepsg outsteps, "Let's take a long
one": ice cube fights on the buses: Chucks
"short" talks. Much of the success of the team
is due to the fine coaching of both Chuck
Hurwitz and Paul Murphy. They are both
demanding coaches who know how to win.
The team will lose seniors Deirdre Kelly,
Toby Richman, Robyn Smukler, Kathy Pal-
mer, Sue Boisvert and will miss captains Ca-
ryn Abroms, Anne Mckinnon, and Kim Sea-
born. But the future looks bright for the team
as there are many sophomores and juniors
CET YDUR KICKS
Front Row: Michelle Miller, Toby Richman, Deirdre Kelly, Capt. Caryn
Ahrorns. Capt. Kim Seaborn, Capt. Anne McKinnon. Kathy Palmer, Robyn
Smuckler, Sue Boisvert. Second Row: Coach Chuck Hurwitz, Kathy
McCellan, Laura Sacks, jenny Knight, Rachel Finn, Diana Houlihan. Dorothy
Pickett. Linda Speizer. Third Bow: Coach Murphy, Liz Kogos, Carol Tennant,
Colleen Daley, Kim Smith, Pam Powers, Kyra Reeves, Lisa Botti. Leanne
DiCicco. Fourth How: Sharon Sussman, julie Pressman, Diane Surette. Sue
Allen, Anna Beth Winogrod, Iodi Greenberg, Rachel Feldman, Ioanne Beatty,
Eileen Keon. Fifth Ftow: Mgr. Andrea Krammer
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sophomores, we surpassed our goal and had fun doing it."
- Coach Chuck Hurwitz -
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Westerkamp, Steve Mayer, Mazin Shukri, Brett Barenholtz. Charlie Rogers, Capt.
Harry Samkange, Capt. Richard Share, Stuart Rifkin, Myles Cordon, Howie Cyker.
Phil Shiman, Iimmy Cohen, Arthur Iacohson. Third How: Keith Harris. Alex
Wellins, Brian Duffy, David Goldman. Dan Martin, Mike Cooper, Paul Westercamp,
Ken Robbins, Tim Todreas, Bob Haimovici, Cliff Seeto, Brian McNally, Devin
Stewart, Coach Uches. Missing: Ted Hyland, Robert Schlossmann, Paul Aries.
Anneke Westercamp, Mgr., Mala Arnoldy, Mgr.
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It was a relief that the fall season came to a
close, as the boys soccer team at Newton
South endured an 0-10-2 record. Although we
were outclassed in the league standing we
were very rarely dominated in a game. In
twelve games, we let up only five goals in one
game. four goals in another, and two in most
of the other games. The season was made
even more frustrating because we were ca-
pable of winning most of the games we
The talent on this team was impressive. In
skill, our top five players could match the top
five players of any other team. However, high
school games aren't won on skill alone. Most
games are won on physical size. strength, and
stamina, and we were a small team, who's
stamina could have been improved.
Starters graduating this year include: Nath-
an Berkovits, Richard Share, Harry Samkange.
Mazin Shukri, Michael Cooper, jimmy Cohen.
and Tim Todreas. Other seniors who will be
missed are Brett Barenholtz, Steve Mayer.
Charlie Rogers, Stuart Rifkin, Howard Cyker.
Phil Shiman, Cliff Seeto, and Bob Haimovici.
Next years captains are Ken Robbins and
Greg Brown. Paul Westerkamp, Paul Aries.
and Rob Schlossman are returning starters.
With a positive attitude, next years team
has the ability to win, just as the 1978 team
"We tried so hard and even played during the summer.
but we just didn't get the breaks. The Soccer team inself
was alot of fun but, the lesson it has taught us is that the
only way we can get our share of winning is by preparing
ourselves during the whole year."
- Coach Hans Westerkamp -
The field hockey team took only one game,
But members will say they had fun just the
Driscoll the goalie was exceptionally hot,
with her skill and power she could handle
any penalty shot.
Any opponent Ienny could trick,
She was accurate and cool with her dynamite
Emily Stein at fullback would thrive.
Her spirit and good humor really kept the
Rony was ready, her stick work was fine.
At center halfback she kept opposing for-
Playing a fullback, Chris M was great,
She rushed out on corners and never was late.
Em Mon was a clever inner, she could center
An opposing defenceman was no problem at
Penny was speedy out at the rightwing,
She ran down the field hoping a goal it would
Amy was awful, so she would say,
But no one believed her after seeing her play.
Chris C. was really a helpful fullback,
She stopped many goals by the oppossing
Ilene was a halfback her playing was grand,
She proved this to all in the last game against
Miss Kress the "ex-Southie" tried to have a
But whenever she yelled she couldn't hide her
Miss Blanchard would always want "eye con-
She said if we all "snarffed", beating
"East Cupcake High" would be a breeze.
To all the "non-seniors" we're glad you were
And we hope that for Field Hockey, 1979 is a
"Having four different coaches in four years
is difficult for any team, particularly when the
girls come to South with no previous field
hockey experience. Individual and team im-
provement was evidentg love for the game and
enthusiasm was high. We'll miss our ten sen-
iors, and hope that they will continue to play
hockey on the college level."
- Coach Iudy Blanchard
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Sehok, Christine Cocca, Ienny Hein 2nd Row: Erika Schluntz, Andrea Raider,
Patty Waltom, Theresa Cocca. Sharon Creenstein, Carolyn Duggan. lane
Freedman, Nancy Gallant, Amy Ellis, Chris Melville. 3rd Row: Emily Stein.
Carole McMahon, Carol Hsuing, Ianet Hoberman. lean Olin, Laura
Hackett, Emily Monosson, Penny Shockett, Dinah Longson, Coach Iudy
Blanchard, Coach Carol Kress. Missing: Caroline Lipson.
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Capt. Caryn Broitman, Sue Dempsey. Second How: Susan Bamel. Debbie
Rosenthal. Third Bow: Landa Young, Mgr.. Carla Charvelotti, Rhonda
Rothman, Laurie Meizler, Lisa Tolley, Liz Dempsey, jamie Sykes, Deborah
Alexander, Ioyce Oppenheim. Fourth Row: Coach Bill Crimes, Diving
Coach, Andrea Whelaw, Merle Nederman, Gail Rosel, Denise Anderson,
Ruth Berggen, Deidre Anderson. Erica Campbell. Yael Miller, Amy
Servais. Missing: Robin Seidman, Debbie Hellman.
g "We had more team improvement than any
previous year. Of the eleven swim records, the
of team broke nine of them - Wow!"
- Coach Bill Grimes -
This year the girl's swim team had its best
season ever. Nine out of the eleven standing
records were broken, some more than once. De-
nise Anderson broke the 50 yard freestyle mark
with a time of 29.0 seconds flat. Deirdre Anderson
also broke a record of the 200-yard individual
medley with a time of 2:3618 The team ended up
with a hard-earned 5 and 5 record. This year
there were many sophomores on the team, and
some surprising spirit came from some seniors
who also made swimming for the first time.
The teams co-captains, Marion Kirshen and
Caryn Broitman, with the superb coaching of
Bill Crimes and our diving coach Andrea Whe-
law, helped lead the team to its most successful
The teams first meet was away at North
Quincy. It was an exciting meet and the final
score came down to the last Free relay. The girls
pulled through, winning 87-85. This was the first
meet of an exciting season. The team went on to
lose the next two meets, but gave the soph-
omores a chance to show their strengths in a
win over Blue Hills. Even down to our last meet
against Melrose, the teams spirits were high.
Losing to Melrose by only one point. the girls all
showed that the continuing efforts in swimming
were as strong as when the season started.
The girls swim team will never forget those
long bus rides, after meet munch outs, how long
a hundredth of a second is, and those grueling
practices. A special thanks to our manager.
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Front Rowi Diane Houlihan, Rachel Finn, Co-Capt. Michelle Miller, Co-Capt.
Kim Seaborn. Linda Driscoll, Sara Frim, Middle Row: Coach Barbara May. Emily
Monosson. Bena Fein, Linda Speizer, Iudy Koffman, Coach Tom McGraw. Back
Row: Susan Kay, Mary McAvoy, Coleen Daley, Kim Smith. Leanne Dicicco, Pam
Bowers, Iennifer Costa. Missing: Anna-Beth Winograd, Lottie Lent. Michele
Adams. Becky Hartman. lulie Perkins, Kate Silver.
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The 1979 Girls Basketball team showed much determi-
nation throughout the season. Although they did not win
as many games as expected, this year's team did accom-
plish many things. To overcome a lack of height, the
team used it's speed to challenge bigger and stronger
teams. Although at the end of some games the score-
board showed South to be the loser, it was not as
accurate measurement of what had occurred on the
This year's team depended highly on the playing of
seniors, Emily Monosson, Kim Seaborn, Linda Driscoll,
ludy Koffman, and Bena Fein. Kim Seaborn, one of the
teams co-captains averaged 18 points per game and led
the team in points scored during the season. Bena Fein
helped the team by running the offense along with
junior co-captain, Michelle Miller. Emily Monosson,
Linda Driscoll, and Iudy Koffman all played the wing
bounding will be missed next year.
Returning as a nucleus for next year's team will be
juniors, Michelle Miller, Diana Houlihan, Linda Speizer,
Rachel Finn, Srar Frim, and sophomore, Kate Silver.
A great deal of talent will graduate from Newton
South this year, but the outlook for next year is promis-
pOSitiOnv and their aggressiveness in dgfense and re- HTl'lG team l18S had to work hard f0I' ihE1I' 8CCOH'1pllShI'H8I1tS
Victories have not come easy and the teams record does not
give a true picture of their efforts
First Row: Co-Captain Mark Sullivan, Co-Captain Doug Sparr. Second Row: Tim Hairston. je-ft'
Bovarnick. Mike Klein. Mark Hayden. Michael Buczhsbaum. Peter Felopolus. Stu Bernstein. Craig
Sumberg. Frank Oglesby. David Miller. Coach Richard Walker.
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Question: "Why is basketball like life?" Answer: "Bas-
ketball is like life because sometimes you're ahead,
sometimes you're behind, sometimes you throw up a
prayer, and sometimes you foul out."
This years team had many problems at the start.
There was never a question of individual capabilities,
but somehow players did not manage to play well
together until late in the season. This year's team.
though, was never suppressed by any team as it played
head to head and was a constant potential threat to all
The Lions were led by Co-captains Doug Sparr and
junior Mark Sullivan who not only contributed on the
court with their leadership, defensive play and aggres-
siveness, but also encouraged the team off the court
when times seemed sour. Other members included two-
year varsity senior forward Peter Felopulos who was the
points per game.
essential role in
rebounder and scorer, averaging 16
Senior center Stu Bernstein played an
the defensive unit, and made constant
scoring and on the boards. Three-year
Mike Buchsbaums ability and ex-
to be a major component of the Lions
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"Gentlemen, never in my 14 years of coaching have I ever had a group
of guys who wanted to win as much as you did. At the outset, we knew it
wouldn't be easy. There was a wealth of talent in this league and we
knew we would have to fight for what we could accomplish."
-- Coach Dick Walker -
attack. A key man off the bench was senior Dave Miller
who enthusiasm and aggressive play sparked the Lions.
Versatile play and fine leaping ability made senior
Frank Oglesby an instrumental tool. many times when
Lion's play seemed to stagnate. Among the junior crew
were guard Tim Hariston, leading in assists and second
in scoring, forward Mark Hayden, a strong rebounder,
who contributed greatly, junior guards Michael Klein
and jeff Bovarnick and junior center Craig Sumberg.
These players will be returning next year and are ex-
pected to contribute considerably.
There are a few reasons for the Lions' impressive
turnabout towards the end of the season. First, coach
Richard Walker went one step further than most
coaches as he always had each team well scouted and
his team well prepared. Secondly. forward Peter Felo-
pulos and guard Tim Hairston played outstandingly the
second half of the season. Peter averaged 20 points for
the last six games and Tim began to meld the team
together as a working unit, as well as moving into
second in the scoring race. Finally, there was a tre-
mendous team effort which made the '78-'TU season .i
memorable and enjoyable experience for all.
Different Strokes, For Different Folks
Front Row: lim Rosenthal, Cordon Berger, Dave Quillen, Co-Captain Mazin Shukri, Ted Leavitt, Bob
Goodman. Back Row: Coach Bill Grimes, Co-Captain Kevin Hayden, Steven Pilavin, Chris Madden, Alex
Atwood, Chris Chaloff, Phil Miller, Mike Kanellias, Harry Raphael. Missing: Mike Feldstein, Ned Campbell
Nat Hect, Steven Shapiro, Dave Samuels. Ted Arons.
The Newton South boy's swim team had another
good season in the pool. In what is considered to be
one of the most competitive leagues in the state, the
Lions swam to an impressive 7-5 record. The success
of the team lies mostly upon the shoulders of Coach
Bill Crimes. At times, when any other coach would
have thrown in the towel, Coach Grimes stuck with
the team and made the season a success.
Despite the team's love for a good kickboard fight, a
great deal of time and hard work was put in. Co-
captains Kevin Hayden, and Mazin Shukri, seniors,
Chris Chaloff, Nat Hecht, Mike Kanellias and super-
star Mike Feldstein, led the team to a victorious
season. Outstanding performances were also handed
in by David Samuels, and diver-swimmer Harry
Raphael. Excellent diving performances were deliv-
ered by Harry Raphael and David Quillen, thanks to
diving Coach Cal Loocke.
With the determination and skill of this year's
swimmers and divers, Coach Grimes and the Lions
are bound for bigger and better things in the future.
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"It has been a very unusual season. At times I think it has been
the best, at others, the worst."
Coach Bill Grimes
Front Row: Co-Capt. Ron Krassin. Co-Capt. Paul Butters. Second Row: Donald Steinberg, Scott
Lomes. Richard Shone. Richard Tarantino. David lsenberg, Ethan Shapiro, Andy Horowitz.
Charlie Rogers. Asst. Coach Paul Murphy. Back Row: Peter Burgio. Asst. Mike Berzon. Ben
"It takes a mature athlete to
walk on the wrestling mat, At
Newton South we can be proud
of the accomplishments of our
team, as they represented us
well, on and off the mat."
- Coach Hurwitz
Schwalb. Andy Cohen. jeff Casler, Brad Croper. Scott Buffington. Stuart Feldman, Iohn Sutphin,
Carl Shishmanian. Peter Alexander. Brad Iacobs. Creg Long. Ethan Miller. Head Coach Chuck
Hurwitz. Missing: Wayne Chou. Alan Seifer. Andrew Payne. Roy Tessler. Ioe Walsh.
This years wrestling team finished with a respect-
able dual-meet record. Unfortunately the team was
forced to face many great dissappointments all sea-
son. The wrestling team probably would have finish-
ed much more strongly if not for a key injury to 100
pounder Wayne Chou who was undefeated after 3
matches with all 3 being first period pins.
The team was basically carried by its seniors. but
several underclassmen did make very admirable con-
tributions. Andy Cohen and Peter Burgio both helped
out the team in the lower weight classifications. Ethan
Miller wrestled at 128 pounds and showed much
improvement over the course of the season. Ben
Schwalb and Scott Buffington both had outstanding
moments but were hampered by injuries all season.
Sophomore Carl Shishmanian showed great promise
for the future wrestling between 157 pounds and 169
The seniors on this years squad were all out-
standing individuals. They will be missed very much
on the squad in the future. Donald Steinberg finally
made the 121 pound class and he performed out-
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gave the team consistency at 147 pounds and 137
pounds. Richard Tarantino had an exceptional season
winning several matches that made the difference in
the entire dual meet. Both Alan Seifer and Andy
Hurowitz contributed a great deal to the team.
Co-captains Paul Butters and Ron Krassin provided
the team with outstanding leadership both on and off
the wrestling mat. Both Paul and Ron are 3 year
lettermen who have contributed a great deal to the
Newton South wrestling team. Ron competed in the
114 pound weight class and had a exceptional season.
Paul wrestled at 134 pounds and also did very well.
The graduating seniors would like to extend a very
sincere thank you to head Coach Chuck Hurwitz and
assistant Coach Paul Murphy.
"Thank you for all the time, effort. and patience.
Lessons we have learned from you extend way past
the wrestling mat. Good luck in the future."
Ke Front Row: Coach Don Sutherland, jeff Nottneson, Andy Ravech, Paul
Hroudnux, Co-Capt. john Forti. Doug jackson, Kevin Richardson, jimmy
Shulman, Mutt Kelley, Creg Walsh. Missing: Philip Sawin, Mark Kase.
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"Even though the track team had a losing record. the
record was very deceptive because, had it not been for ,
the absence of one boy fDoug jacksonj due to a three
week illness, three of our defeats would have been
wins. Considering the fact that we had a small squad
because of the graduation of many of last year's
championship team, this year's team performance was
- Coach Don Sutherland - R
A 2-5 record is not impressive, yet, it is misleading
because it doesn't show the amount of hard work,
energy, and effort, which was put into the '78-'79 Indoor
Track team. Under the able Coaching of Don Suther-
land, co-captains jay Broadnax and john Forti organized
twenty young men into a team which although lacking
in quantity, displayed much quality. The Lion harriers,
hard hit by the loss of many seniors, were also hit early
in the season, by a slow turn-out, injuries, and sickness
which sidelined john Forti, Doug jackson, and Mark
Kase until the third meet.
The size of the team, the size of most, was certainly a
disadvantage. An injured or sick runner could cost the
meet, as was the case when South faced Bedford, Mar-
ion, and Wayland. Finally whole and healthy, the har-
a strong Acton-Boxhorough team, South demolished f
As it was last year, the last meet was against unde-
feated Weston. This year, however the Lion harriers ......
were 2-4 instead of 4-1. They didn't pull through the
win, but, came the closest any team had come this
season. The meet summed up the year: each harrier,
running, jumping, or throwing his best. .
The loss of seniors: john Forti, jay Broadnux, Doug
jackson, Mark Miller, Mark liase, and jim Stevens, will
be felt. Because of the perseverence, patience, and push-
ing of Co-captains jay Broadnax and john Forti, the
Lions can face the 79-80 season with an impressive core
of experienced returning lettermen.
Special thanks to Kevin, the number one bus driver.
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Miller, Stephen Brooks, john Hoyt, Stephen Sonn, Louis Dakoyannis.
Mark Miller, Hack Row: Paul DeMichelc, jimmy Stevens. Co-Capt. jay
riers ran over Lincoln-Sudbury 4510-4014. After losing to X 'f
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Front Row: Robin Seidman, Co-Captain Penny Shockett, Co-Captain Linda Irvine. Sharon
Sussman. Middle Row: Linda Price. Ilene Tocci, Laura Sacks, Carol Hsiung, Dorothy
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Coach lim Blackburn. Missing: Kathy McLellan.
Indoor track, because of it's nature. is a sport that
requires much determination and dedication. Train-
ing is seldom easy. Being bused to Newton North at
odd hours is inconvenient, and rising for early Satur-
day morning meets requires self-discipline. Because
of these conditions, few girls are willing to join the
team. In fact. this year's team consisted of only thir-
The team's small size was unfortunate, as several
meets were lost by only a few points, simply because
there were not enough people to fill spots which
automatically became points for larger teams. Despite
this disadvantage. Coach lim Blackburn, with ex-
cellent coaching and strategy, led the team to a win-
ning season. The effort of the runners came together
in the last meet against Weston, which was the decid-
ing factor between a winning and losing season.
Because of the team's small size, a certain spirit and
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"Without question, pound for pound, we had the best
team in the state. We Finished second in the league meet.
had league champs in the mile relay, the hurdles, the SIIJ
yard dash and second best in the 2 mile, thousand and
shotput. Although the other teams were two to three times
our size in number, we finished with a 6-3 overall record."
- Coach lim Blackburn -
closeness developed among the thirteen athletes.
They will always remember: warm ups 120 I.I.s
double court, 15 w.m.'s, and trunk rotations "starting
at fiveul, four flights down to the bathroom. "jog six
laps", Saturday AM at Wayland Fieldhouse, beautiful
uniforms, the bus ride home, nine in a car. "straight
aways", L.P.'s crazy mood, "what do you have against
sophomores" - R.S., feeling unwelcome at N.N.H.S.,
"the route", early practices, late practices, waking up
Saturday AM's, feeling gross, feeling good. feeling
achy, feeling slow, feeling fast, feeling tired. feeling
nervous, feeling petrified, and when the race was
over, feeling relieved.
Seniors that will be missed next year include llene
Tocci, Co-Captain Linda Irvine, and Co-Captain Pen-
ny Shockett. They will never forget the 1978-1979
season and wish the team good luck in the future.
And don't forget, "lt's quality, not quantity!"
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"The 1978-79 Womens Gymnastics Team is a small, but
hard-working group. Few teams have girls who work on as
many events as our girls must. We've overcome some very
difiicult obstacles to accomplish all that we have, and our
total score has increased some Fifteen points. We certainly
will miss our seniors."
- Coach Iudy Blanchard -
Fronl Row: Co-Captain Iill Shuman. Co-Captain Brenda Burke. Back
Row: Iodi Brenner. Carla Elxanian, Dehlii Lee, loanne Beatty, Michele
Arons, Coach Indy Blanchard. Missing: Lauren Kaufman.
Front Row: Rick Nicoletti. Co-Captain jeff Garb. Co-Captain Matty Karas, Robert
Battista. Middle Row: Dale Stackhouse. Mark Grodberg. leff Davidson, Robert
Steinberg. Scott Bailey. Back Row: Trainer Nomee Altschul, Asst. Coach Bruce King
Coach Tom Steeves. Sandy Nagler. Missing: Pierre Sasson, Edvardo Christlieb.
Chris Freema n.
Following a disappointing '77-'78 season, the new
year looked promising for the Lion gymnasts. The
men in orange and blue hoped that the season ahead
would show much improvement and they worked
towards this goal with intense determination and
With the exception of two seniors and one soph-
omore, the team was composed primarily of juniors.
Although the team will be weakened by the departure
of the seniors, next year's gymnastics team will have
talent and potential. Two of the bright spots are the
all-around gymnasts, Rob Battista, and Rick Nicoletti.
Their steady performances and diligent attitudes have
been contributors to the improvement of the team,
and have led these gymnasts promising chances of
reaching the State Tournament next year. Scott Bailey
is another new and talented addition to the squad.
l-lis accomplishments this season have been remark-
able for a first-year participant. Other supporting
juniors include Rob Steinberg, Dale Stackhouse, jeff
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"It has been gratifying to observe the growth of this team. I
believe they truly understood the relationship between
preparation and performance. They are all individuals and a
pleasure to work with."
- Coach Tom Steeves -
Davidson and Mark Grodberg. Injured members in-
clude foreign-exchange student Eduardo Christlieb.
from Mexico City. and Pierre Sasson. both of whom
were out for the season.
The first meet of the season went surprisingly well
with the team topping its best overall score of last
year. Due to the lack of preparation, the following
two meets were not as successful. During mid-season.
the team performance leveled off. and dis-
couragement grew. Not a single victory was listed at
the sixth meet of the season as the Lions turned out
an amazing effort, despite losing narrowly to Hollis-
ton. tThe following meet was the supreme highlight
of the season as the gymnasts obtained the first Lion
victory in the sport in two yearsj
Although their record may not reflect the iniprove-
ments made by the Lion gymnasts this season. re-
building was accomplished which should prepare re-
turning teammates for a better performance next
Success has never been associated with the Lion
hockey team but pride always has. This tradition was
never more apparent than it was with this year's
team. Even though they were often overmatched by
the stronger teams in the Dual County League the
players never stopped bustling.
This years team had to rely on the goaltenders for
support. Senior Nathan Berkovits and Sophomore
Paul Aries performed extremely well under difficult
circumstances. At times they were called on to make
as many as fifty saves in a game.
The defense was the biggest surprise this season
because it improved with each game. It was lead by
Iunior Co-Captain Bobby Mosca who doubled as a
forward. Bobby played with a competitive spirit that
made him the most respected member of the squad.
Senior Adam Wool made the difficult switch from
wing to defenseman after the season had started with
unexpected ease. Defensemen Greg Brown and Russ
Nicoletti had no previous varsity experience, but
were very capable.
On offense, the forwards became more accustomed
to playing with each other and their play improved as
the season progressed. The change was most notice-
able when Co-Captain Bob Weiss returned to right
wing. Weiss, a member of the team for three years,
was an excellent team leader as well as a fine for-
ward. On the same line with Weiss was Senior,
Center, Mike Fein, who was among the top of team
point leaders for the second year in a row. Senior Al
Bupp made his presence felt with bustling play and
good forechecking. Senior forwards Seth Medoff and
Howie Cyker helped out whenever called upon.
This years team had an uphill struggle. The players
knew this before the season started. However, they
decided to play on the team and work hard nonethe-
less. This was a decision that every player made and
fulfilled and it turned out to be a good one. In the
game against Weston the team turned out a winning
score of 5-4. It was the first win after 28 straight
It is the most pleasant year in many a year. The main reason is
that we have finally seen the fruits of hard work under very trying
conditions. The attitude and camarderie of this particular team is
very much together and that is what goes into making a total
athletic team. The leadership of Bobby Weiss and Bobby Mosca has
gone a long way in getting team morale together. lt's a very young
team, now that we have won. that will go a long way in teaching
future teams what it means to win.
- Coach Neil McPhee
Front Row: Nathan Berkovits. Adam XVool. David Soyka. Co-
Capt. Bobby Weiss, Co-Capt. Bobby Mosca, Billy Kaye. Rick
Cramer. Paul Aries. Back Row: Coach Neil Mcphee, Howie
Cyker, Seth Medoff. Mike Wasserman. Creg Brown. Kurt
Schluntz, Iohn Kotzen. Mike Fein. Marry Brigham. Al Bupp.
Asst. Coach Richard Fletcher. Missing: lay McElroy, Russ
"The '78-'79 cross-country and downhill varsity team looks
like one of the finest to come out of Newton South."
- Coach Toby Abend -
This year here was a very large turn-out for the
downhill and cross-country ski teams. Crowded work-
outs in the fitness lab and mobs of joggers swarming
across South's field marked the beginning of the ski
season. Several skiers traveled to Waterville Valley in
New Hampshire during Christmas vacation for intense
training to develop their skills. All those skiers will
remember sitting on top of each other to have dinner at
the Abend's trailer.
After vacation the chilly temperatures of Ianuary
came to Massachusetts, and Nashoba Valley began to
make snow. Several cuts were made for the downhill
team during the first few practices on icy man-made
snow, and by the second week of Ianuary a strong group
of dedicated skiers remained on the team. Led by Co-
Captains Bruce Baler and Rony Sebok, the team prac-
ticed diligently even under less than excellent condi-
tions. With many returning skiers and several promising
new stars, the team was very strong. The boys team
especially had a lot of depth.
Unfortunately, it seemed to rain every other Sunday
so most of the first few Monday races were cancelled.
But the team spirit remained strong throughout the
The Cross-country team was much larger than in past
years and therefore much stronger. Daily 3-5 mile runs
got all the skiers in shape for racing. They will all
remember the practice on one blustery day when they
skied and then ran and then played soccer on the snow
First Row: Tommy Sebok, Capt. Bruce Balder, Mark Abend. Rarzhel
Luchan, Robin Gibbs, Sue Menzer. Second How: Laura Ansin. Anne
White tMgr.i, Sue Levin, Ina Maltz, David Goldstein, Liz Dempsey.
Capt. Rony Sebok, Debbie Hellman, Iane Freedman. Mike Pringle.
Third How: Coach Toby Abend, Andy Kessler, Paul Curhan, Peter
Borander, Kenny Rubin, Chris Pringle, Richard Naimark, Amy
Garber. Missing: Iohn Becker, Iosh Braun, Steven Goldstein, Dan
Hoffman, Donna Marshall, Andrew Nathanson, Sue Silyernian,
Linda Weller. Gerard Fridman tMgr.t. Cross-Country: Mark Abend.
Iohn Barnett, Karen Bell, Peter Borander. Margo Grisitello. Anath
Golumb, Laura Hackett. Iohanna Hurley. Dierdre Kelly. Marion
Kirshen, Ienny Knight. Nat Knight. Carol Lory. Anne Morehouse.
Faith Matorin, Laura Miller, Michelle Nahor. Ginger Nickerson. lean
Olin, Kathy Pelton. Rony Sebok, Tommy Se-bolt, Gillian Sharp.
jenny Sharp, Laura Sheingold. Alison Wintman.
North Attlehoro 8
North Attleboro 3
GIRLS INDOOR TRACK
NSHS 64. 1
Melrose 100. 6
Newton North 96, 5
Walnut Hill 99. 4
Concord-Carlisle 81. 4
Boston College High
BOYS INDOOR TRACK
Cambridge Latin 0
North Quincy 85
BlueHills Regional 55
Boston Latin Academy 76
15- 5 Win
15- 1 Win
15- 5 Win
10-15. 15-11 Win
15- 7, 13-15 Loss
15-12, 15- 8 Win
15- 9 Win
4-15. 15- 0 Win
15- 0, 15- 3 Win
15- 9 Win
15- 9 Win
15- 5 Win
15- 7 Win
15- 9, 15-13 Win
First row - Cathy Moore, Sheril Kogas, Susan Perry Set ond
row - Debby Lee, Susan Moskow, Alison Gallant, Randi March
Missing - Valerie Sehwam
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On Ianuary 12, 1979 Newton South's "impossible
dream" came true. The final approval of its track and
football field became a reality,
This structure will greatly aid the physical educa-
tion and athletic programs at South, hut more impor-
tant, it will provide a renewed spirit and a realization
that the City stands behind us hy approval of this
Every athlete who has preceded you the last nine-
teen years must feel the same sense of pride.
Future classes at Newton South will have an advan-
tage you, the Class of '79, have not been afforded, the
actual use of the Track and Field Facility. However.
your active support in the approval of this facility
shall go down in the annals of history as a '79
accomplishment and all future classes will he in-
dehted to you, the Class of 79.
- George Wiriklrri'
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But on one cared.
So he drew.
Sometimes he would draw and it wasn't
He wanted to carve it in stone or write
it in the sky.
He would lie out on the grass and
look up at the sky.
And it would be only the sky and
him and the things inside him
that needed saying.
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It was a beautiful picture.
He kept it under his pillow and
would let no one see it.
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night and think about it.
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were closed, he could still see it.
It was all of him.
And he loved,it.
When he started school he brought
it with him.
Not to show anyone but just to have
it with him like a friend.
It was funny about school. t
He sat in a square, brown desk
Like all the other square, brown desks
And he thought it should be red.
And his room was a square, brown room.
Like all the other rooms.
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'With his arm stiff and his feet flat
on the floor,
With the teacher watching and watching
The teacher came and spoke to him.
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the other. boys.
He said he didn't like them.
And she said that didn't matter.
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And he drew all yellow and it was
the way he felt about morning.
And it was beautiful.
The teacher came and smiled at him.
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you draw something like Ken's
"lsn't that beautiful?"
After that his mother bought him
a tie '
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rocket ships like everyone else.
And he threw the old picture away.
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at the sky,
It was big and blue and all of
But he wasn't anymore.
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The nice thing about a yearbook is
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an entire school.
It is true I imagine, that one gets
out of something whatever he or she
puts into it. l want to thank all of
the people who Hput in" so very
much. For if it were not for you, this
book would not be here.
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ciation to the non-staff members
who helped in the "clutch
situations". Robin C. - thank you
for being there when we needed you
thank Danny - Whose patience and
determination kept me, and this pro-
Cood luck, Class of ,79!
- S.D. '79
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Crossing the uplands of time,
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scaling the face of the peak of dreams,
we enter the regions of light
and hastening on with eager intent,
arrive at the rainbows end,
and there uncover the pot of gold
buried in the heart of a friend.
April 17, 1976
"Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald" September 4, 1977
1-4-3, 1-2-3, Good-bye, click
. . . to always be together in silent, unspeakable memories
Growing with Newton
for over 150 years
A good place to work
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FROM YOUR LOVING FAMILY
CONGRATULATIONS TO TOBY
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