Newton South High School - Regulus Yearbook (Newton, MA)
- Class of 1981
Page 1 of 208
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ln Good Company
ewton South High can be thought of as just bricks connected by mortar, standing on the shaky foundation of
swampland on Brandeis Road in Newton Centre. But we make it more than that every day. We spend hours in
classes, and many of us linger long after the last bell has rung, involved in sports and a variety of activities.
What makes Newton South a place we want to be are the relationships with faculty and peers which we create
and maintain here. These relationships make each trying day a little easier to get through and each good day all
the better. The hours that lead into our days and years here are indeed spent IN GOOD COMPANY.
Newton South High School
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Student Life 19
The twenty special needs students in the
Life Skills Center are an integral part of
the Newton South community. In their
classrooms, the gym, and home econom-
ics rooms, they work on developing the
skills that will help prepare them for jobs
and independent iving after their years in
school. Teacher Jerry Beloin says that
being at South is particularly important for
the Life Skills students because it gives
them the opportunity to socialize with oth-
er South students and members of the
Julie Checkoway, '81:
"Working in the Life Skills Center makes
me forget who I am. This is my first year
helping out in the gym class during B-
Block. We've begun to work on concepts
like forward and backward, in and out
through folk-dancing and square dancing
to music that the kids like. Music is really
a poweful influence in Life Skills Class.
Because of the gym movement class, one
student has become willing to participate
in other activities. Just being able to look
into someone's eyes has changed her
outlook, This seemingly small accom-
plishment is a giant step in the right direc-
Nicolas Topalis - Life Skills student:
"I like South High. There are good teach-
ers and I like the kids. I especially like the
Julie Pressman, '81:
"Histo my advantage to be able to work
with students of a different natureg in fact,
it is a most pleasurable and rewarding
experience. The warmth and love I re-
ceive has taught me the meaning of
friendship. They are no different from you
and me, just a little less free."
Chucky Flynn - Life Skills student:
"I like the square dancing with the other
South kids and playing hockey in gym."
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Skateboards are outg Roller skates are in.
Adidas are outg Nikes are in.
WAAF finally tunes in.
Farrah is outg Bo and braids are in.
Pierre Deux and Le Sport Sacs are in.
The BOSS is ing Barry Manilow is out.
Western is ing Ralph Lauren has oloutg
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Rocky Horror is way out, but in.
General Hospital is overwhelmingly in.
Perms are growing out.
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Drivers Education 25
Here at Newton South, the "free block" is
the product of the open campus system,
and those fortunate enough to be in the
program are allowed to do a variety of
things with their time. Upon examining the
dictionary definition of the word "tree,"
some contradictions of terms can be
found, leading to the conclusion that the
"free block," though very real in sub-
stance, had undetermined etymological
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"free ffrel, adj. without restraint, at liber-
ty, permitted, liberal, generousg open,
spirited, clear of guilt, familiar, licentiousg
uncombinedg invested in the franchise."
True, the free block is engaged in "with-
out restraint" fthat is, however, within ad-
ministrative limitationsb. Still O.K. with
Webster, free blocks are "permitted" fto
those with the correct and corresponding
parent permission formsb. According to
some arch-conservatives, the free block
is both "liberal" and "generous," not to
mention "open." CAHA! which could ex-
plain the "open" in "open campus."7
Forging on, a slight contradiction occurs.
Free blocks may be "spirited" and thus
not necessarily "clear of guilt." Some
free blocks are spent in "familiar" places
like the library or the commons rooms, or
on the breezeway, and for those who
have cars, the free block may, indeed, be
"licentious." For those who have no
transportation and "uncombined" free
blocks, it is difficult to make it to and from
McDonalds or Dunkin' Donuts in time for
the next class, thus preventing students
from having "invested in the franchise."
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Jerry and Adam Crane prepare forthe next class.
Kim McLaurin "taking a break today at McDon-
"DId you know that. . .the Pats are slated to win?'
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organizations means being in GOOD 'X
activities at South range from math
club to dramatics to mountain
climbing. Taking part in a school
organization does not
necessarily mean being a class
president or the editor of our
newspaper. As Lori Rudnick, class
of '81, puts it:
"The key to enjoying high
school is to get
involved in clubs and
programs. Through my
different activities, I came
to feel that I was part
of the school and not just
another student with
too much work."
Robin Dery, spending her lunch hour reading Dene-
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Goodwin House Task Force
The Goodwin Task Force is a group of
students interested in raising the
school spirit. Last year the club orga-
nized a blood drive and made Newton
South banners. Lisa Baumberg and Ra-
chel Lushan are co-directors of the
group and Mrs. Mealy is the advisor.
1st row: Rachel Lushan, Lisa Baumberg. 2nd row: Wendy Ryter, Sandy Wilcon, Penny Salter. 3rd row
Jody Garber, Jay Bovarnick, Paula Boisvert, Lori Rudnick, Mrs. Mealy.
Senior Class Committee
The Senior Class Committee plans the
year's activities, highlighted by the
senior prom and the senior play. The
Committee organizes the sale of mag-
azines to raise money forthe class gift
and helps to plan for graduation.
Through these activities, members of
the class have joined together to be-
come a united senior class.
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Carl Shishmanian, Ron Klingsberg. 1st row: Kim McLaurin, Judith Foster, Laura Kagan, Jay
Bovarnick, Amy Cerier, Brad Groper, Ronald Lipot. Upasana Barthakur, Peggy Keene, Kimberly
Aloisi, Jennifer Costa. 2nd row: Andrea Resh, Jean Hendrix, Joan Strauss, Gayle Rosentield.
Laurie Conviser, Lisa Roberts, Joanne Baye, Jon Meizler, Jon Bovarnick, Michael Stein. 3rd row:
Tammy Mintz, Paula Boisvert, Jane Bess, Karyn Shaevel, Jon Rittenberg, Eli Davidi, David
Talamo, Maria Marios, Lorri Fried, Jane Weinteld, Trudy Johnston.
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Senior Class Officers
The senior class officers are the coordin-
ators of all the Senior Class Committee,
including the sometimes tedious chores
of measuring people for caps and gowns
and collecting money for the magazine
drive. This year, in particular, was marked
by a surge in collective spirit because of
the enthusiasm of both the class officers
and the members of the Senior Class
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tLeft to rightl: Colleen Daley, Carol Tennant, Kathleen McLellan, Pamela Bowers, Robin Seidman.
The Girls' Athletic Association helps to
promote spirit among athletes and to as-
sure equality for girls' sports.
Notes About Music
Voice Training, Music Theory, and
Electronic Music are three courses which
make up part of the Newton South music
program. The classes allow students to
concentrate on a particular interest.
These courses are designed to help stu-
dents perfect their technique and to en-
courage them to perform.
Voice Training, taught by Mrs. Taylor,
meets twice a week and is limited to ten
to fifteen students. The course helps fu-
ture performers build their repertoire and
improve their singing technique. Howev-
er, Mrs. Taylor explains that "the main
goal is to build the performer's confi-
dence." There is always a constant audi-
ence of peers, and a T.V. camera video
tapes special performances. Seeing one-
self on video emphasizes the importance
of poise, presence, and style.
The art of music composition is a seri-
ous one, and Mr. Duckel's Music Theory
course covers the basics of music theory,
from key and time signatures, to chord
progressions, difficult rhythms, and ear
training intervals. The final step is an
original music composition by the stu-
dent, using the foundations learned earli-
er. This major increases the student's
ability to comprehend the elements of
The cozy little room off the music office
holds tape-recording devices and a mod-
est synthesizer. There Mr. Bergin teach-
es the theories of sound and acoustics.
The course focuses on making sounds
with the synthesizer and eventually com-
posing some contemporary electronic
music with the equipment.
These courses offer three interesting
approaches to music. The students who
take them agree that the classes have
been successful, and they are happy with
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tfrom left to rightl 1st row: Jane Weinfeld, Diana Satin, Jill Goldman, Deborah Levy, Leslie
Rosenberg, Jane Longson, Barbara Sheiffer 2nd row: Andrew Nottonsen, Justine Olansky, Tobi
Cohen, Susannah Lob, Julie Werbinski, Maria Heck, Emily Goldberg, Julie Lipsett, Seth
Sleeves, Robin Dery, Lisa Lasson, 3rd row: Steven Mikels, Ellen Yanofsky, Martha Lipson, Amanda
Weaver, Michelle Williams, Michele McVeigh, Jessica Bolker, Mark Davidson, Gregory Kushna,
Mrs. Taylor, Dana lsenberg, Steven Goldman, Christopher Osborne, Elaine Cohen, Julie Wiesner.
Missing from photo: Jeremy Fox, Richard Gillis, Lionel Smith, Shari Sklar, Sarah Murphy, Corie
Wallace, Janet Freed.
tfrom left to rightj 1st row: Katherine Erbe, Ginger Wright, Lucy Knight, Lauren
Seeley, Amanda Weaver, Maria Heck 2nd row: Pamela Pantos, Robin Silver, Miriam Ochs
Andrew Taylor, 3rd row: Steven Lewis, Leslie McMahon, Ben Cohen, Lionel Smith,
Johanna Ralston, 4th row: Gayle Rosenfeld, Susan Bamel, Jennifer Manthei, Deborah
Blicher, Naomi Blumberg, Ian Todreas, Julie Checkoway, 5th row: Janet Kohn,
Shelagh Hackett, Richard Naimark, 6th row: Deborah Levy, Martha Lipson, Ted
Pappadopoulos, Michael Robinson, Hannah Peterson, Valda Veidis, Aaron Riseman.
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tfrom left to rightl 1st row: Louise Zeitlin, Beth
Nussbaum, Ann Doherty, Richard Romanow, David
Parnes, John Sandburg, Emily Salmon, 2nd row:
Patrick Powdermaker, Christopher Davis, Scott
Trockman, Susan Allen, Douglas Okun, Shelagh
Hackett, Modestino Criscitiello, Elizabeth Cullen,
Stacey Sacks, 3rd row: Bela Wurtzler, Nem Hack-
ett, Franklin Ollivierre, Robert Lieberman, Phillip
Sawin, 4th row: Glen Seidner, Kenneth Sawin, An-
drew Taylor, Markos Hankin, Edward Seasholes,
A Concert Band
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ffrom left to rightl 1st row: Mr. Bergin, Elizabeth
Cullen, Stacey Sacks, Leslie Ruden, Laura Ro-
senthal, Lionel Smith, Katherine Strange, Laura Mill-
er, Peter Lipson, Karen Romanow, Wendy Pringle,
Jody Garber, Susan Yesley, Robin Doren, Betty
Jane Buonato, 2nd row: Laura Kohl, Judith Finger,
Steven Kaplan, Karl Dinkelspiel, Shelagh Hackett.
Philip Sawin, Kenneth Propp, David Feld, Robert
Lieberman, Modestino Criscitiello, 3rd row: Chris-
topher Osborne, Scott Chin, David Parnes, Markos
Hankin, Edward Seasholes, Andrew Taylor, Louis
Marcus, Seth Doolin, Richard Naimark, 4th row:
Gregory Long, Adam Pressman, Nem Hackett, Ken-
neth Sawin, Glen Seidner, Neal Gliksman, Jon Feld
Paul Tolley, Michael Berwind, Bela Wurtzler, Theo-
dore Pappadopoulos, Mark Lipof, Missing: Ben Co-
hen, Daryl Daniels, Emlly Goldberg, Marci Rockoff.
The Jazz EnsembIe's major events are
the winter concert, the spring concert and
various outside performances. The band
practices during school as well as after
and plays a mixture of jazz and rock. The
band's director is Ronald Bergin.
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Neal Sugarman, Lou Marcus, Ben Cohen, Richard Naimark, Marci Rockoff, Zach Woods, Daryl
Daniels, Ron Bergin, 2nd row: fseafedl David Parnes, Bela Wurtzler, Chris Davis, fstandingj
Ken Sawin, Glen Seidner, Nem Hackett, Adam Pressman Csealedl Ted Pappadopoulos, Jon Maletz,
Bob Kiah, Mark Lipof.
Nestled among lighting instruments,
sound equipment, and set-bound lumber,
there dwells a cluster of close compan-
ions who collectively comprise the Stage
Crew. Commonly referred to as
"crewies," the members of the group
consider themselves to be an organiza-
tion separate and distinct from all others
in the school. Crewies love to turn a bare
stage into a life-filled someplace with col-
ors and sets and sounds. Turning an idea
into a technically operable and sensually
pleasing presentation is an art, and like
true artists, the crewies at South bring
their ideas to life.
1st row: Naomi Blumberg, Susan Cohen, David Ouillen. 2nd row: Moira Houlihan, Sarah Terril, Janet
Lowenstein, David Breen, Richard Gillis, Russell Klein, Norman Lazarus, Jessica Bolker, Mimi Ochs, Sean
Brann, Robin Dery. 3rd row: Christopher Barker, Karen Suyemoto, Ruth Wishengrad, Lisa Campion, Sanjoy
Hazra, Isaac Kenn, Kathy Bailey, David Gillis, Hanne Pedersen. Mlsslng: Aaron Riseman, Julie Werbinski,
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Stephen Heiser, Leslie Young, John Sheridan, Rodger Rosenberg, Lang Zerner, Ben Levy. Mlsslng:
Chris Barker, Ellen Crasnick, Alan Gordon, Andy ljams, Sam lshikawa, Greg Murphy, Debbie Meyers,
Mellissa Meyers, Hung Tran, Luong Vong.
Audio Visual Center Squad
The Audio Visual Media Center Squad is
made up ofa group of individuals interest-
ed in all aspects of slide, film, and video-
taping. The group is responsible for run-
ning schoolwide movie showings in the
lecture hall and taping activities through-
out the school. Working on the A.V.
Squad is an opportunity for hands-on ex-
perience with complicated audio and vi-
Science Fiction Club
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. 1st Row: John Sheridan, Moira Houlihan, Terrence Brann, Julie Werbinski. 2nd Row: Lisa Campion, Lisa
, Lang Zerner, Stephen Heiser, Roger Rosenberg, Susan Lob, Leslie Young, Mark Traietti, Benjamin Mark
The Science Fiction Club was recently or-
ganized to provide students with informa-
tion about science fiction events. The
members share information and opinions
about science fiction books and movies.
The club hopes to publish a bimonthly
magazine. The club's advisor is Mr.
Over the past ten years, the Enrichment
Program has developed deep roots,
grown and blossomed to become an inte-
gral part of student life and learning at
Newton South. By combining a spirit of
cooperation, hard work and enthusiasm,
students, faculty, parents, and Senior
Citizen Volunteers have helped bring to
fruition many unforgettable programs.
Who can forget the performance of the
Youth Expression Theatre, or the Pre-Pri-
mary Debates, or Joseph Kennedy, Jr. or
the New Games?
The Enrichment Program has added
something special to the educational and
cultural life at Newton South.
1st row: Emily Barsh, Julie Weinfield, Nancy Smookler, 2nd row: Gregg Driben, Roberta Bloom,
Penny Salter, Janet Kohn. 3rd row: Diane Raven, Mrs. Monderer, Paul Chernow, Shirley Schinzai.
Missing: David Chapman, Kim McLaurin, Jill Tuttlebaum, Karen McCrory, Jane Pollack.
Black Student Union
The Black Cultural Center of Newton
South High is designed to be an enriching
center for all students of Newton South.
Our club has made great progress over
the several years it has been open, as a
result of the great participation and ef-
forts of each student. We encourage all
Newton South High students to come in
and participate in any of our cultural
events. Our goal is to inform everyone of
the Black culture.
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1st row: David Hill, Kenny Howard, Peter Gumes, Darrell Miller, Kent Jackson, Scott Ftoyster.
2nd row: Mike Olglesby, Shellie Gaines, Franklin Ollivierre tPresidentJ, Kim McLaurin, Scott Anglin,
Karl McLaurin, Steve Anglin, Keith Harris. Missing: Tom Albrecht, Vinnie Bryant, Arthur
Eisenberg, Judy Foster tTreasurerJ, Jan Gumes tvice-Presidentl, Tracy Hairston, Gail Hargrove,
Richard Hunter, Lisa Lee, Nick McCaster, Donna Morgan, Penny Phillips, Kyle Richards, Neil
Sherring, Carolyn Smith tSecretaryJ, Lionel Smith.
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I Student Representative Forum
1st row: David Finkelstein, Edward Ryter, Robert Henken, Robert Brown, Penny Salter. 2nd row: David
Bikofsky, Phillip Miller, Robert Sheiffer, Daniel Kiley, Joshua Davis. 3rd row: Thomas Sebok, Pamela
Pantos, Rebecca Hartman, Robert Stafford, Howard Morris.
The Student Representative Forum is the
only form of student government in our
school. It provides a forum in which stu-
dents' opinions are provided before facul-
ty and students. Robert Brown is the
chairman and Dr. Seasholes is the body's
faculty advisor. Representatives to the
forum are chosen on the basis of grade
level and in the hopes of creating a group
representative of the entire student body.
' 1st row: Joanne Prestera, Rosella Carrelli, Maria Curcio, Linda Pernice, Lupe DeFazio, Maria
I Leperini, 2nd row: David Lerman, Paul Aries, Kimberly Aliosi, Trudy Johnston, Michelle Gibbs, Sig. na
The Italian Club, in addition to performing
the understood function of studying the
culture of Italy, this year responded to the
November earthquake in Italy, by organiz-
ing a fund-drive called "Blanket ltaIy." It
sent money and needed supplies to Ital-
ian families hard-hit by the disaster. Each
spring, the club holds its Italian Club din-
ner, and members provide a sample of
authentic Italian cuisine.
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The International Club, founded in
1974, is a group of students and teachers
who wish to share their travel exper-
iences and to learn about different cul-
tures. The group also helps the foreign
students to meet South students and to
ease their transition to an American high
school. Among the club's activities this
year were an international dinner, a Hal-
loween Party, disco roller skating, and a
trip to Vermont.
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1st Row: Rhona Talamo, Chung-Haye Ham, Aram Sarafian, Arman Chitchian, Upasana
Barthakur, Cynthia Tsamtsouris, Stacey Modell, David Talamo, Lya Sosa, Anne Stohler,
Phonethanom Xayxanavethy, Josh Shapiro. 2nd Row: Haleh Armian, Kameh Parsi, Stephanie
Pernice, Hanne Pedersen, Tublu Chatterjee, Kathy Bailey, Lionel Smith, Susannah Lob, Sanjoy Hazra,
Daren Tong, KoLi Tseng, Mrs. Dorothea Gaudet, Advisor. 3rd Row: Mrs. Mary Doolin, Faculty
Advisor, Mrs. Marcia Ratner, Faculty Advisor, Tobi Cohen, Salpi Sarafian, Derek Wittenberg, Daniel
Thorburn, Elli Davidi, Eddie Diaz, Javid Sharafi, Lien Duong, May Lee, Melissa Meyers, John
Sheridan, Cliff Watkins, Mr. Joel Bleiwas, Faculty Advisor. 4th Row: Kenath Shamir, Tonia Croce, I
Susan Charpentier, Jose Romero, Linda Chee, Rosella Carrelli, Maria Curcio, Vicki Albert.
Jeannie Berggren, Linda Cohen, Ely Sosa, Prasad Kilaru, Chuong Nguyen. .
Russian Club '
The Russian Club is an organization pri-
marily concerned with the culture of Rus-
sia. Students interested in learning differ-
ent ways and willing to participate in ac-
tivities related to Russia have always dis-
covered at least part of a new world. The flip!
club's faculty advisor is Mrs. Eisenhauer.
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1st Row: Howard Kaufamn, Anne McCrory, Salpi Sarafian, 2nd Row: Eva Piessens, Anne
Kamowitz, Jebby Sharp, Aram Sarafian. 3rd Row: Alan Carver, Pamela Pantos, Douglas Okun, Susan
Kay, Mrs. Eisenhauer, Faculty Advisor.
1st Row: Robert Sheiffer, David Lerman, Neal Foman, Jane Bess.
2nd Row: Andrew Miller, Majorie Dubinsky, Robert Brown, Rebecca Levy, Susan Charpentier, Sandra
Nagler, Mary McAvoy, Chuck Mayer, Daniel Thornburn, Aram Sarafian, Tublu Chatterjee, Salpi Sarafian
3rd Row: Sharlene Spiezer, Thomas Sebok, Karin Vanderwalde, Rachel Kennison, Julie Bernson,
Andrea Kaplan, Joanne Baye, Stephanie Pernice, Joanne Moskow, Bettina Chiaravelotti, Cynthia Tsamt-
souris, Laura Rosenthal.
4th Row: Leslie Maclver, Laura Kohl, Jeanne Madden, Anita Singh, Wendy Bookstein, Susan Cohen
Sandra Wilcon, Debbie Bernheimer, Erica Schnitzer, Richard Battista, Henry Kendall, Adam Fishbein
Mini Bess, Miss Elliott.
1st Row: Michael Paulson, David Nauss, Mrs. Clark, Jennifer Norton, Hanne Pedersen, Leslie Young,
Jonathan Corkin, Peter Scott.
2nd Row: Mimi Ochs, Laura Miller, Janet Lowenstein, Moira Houlihan, Greg Willoughby, David Sharafi,
3rd Row: Amy Nauss, Kaveh Motiey, Betsy Pelton, Sue Lory, Dara Houlihan, David Ingham, Ben Porter,
Bela Wurtzler, Karl Knapp.
The French Club is a group of students
interested in the culture of France. The
French club actively participates in the
French Exchange Program. Historical
field trips, welcoming parties, and break-
fasts are held for French and American
Students. The club also sponsers various
activities which involve the entire school.
These include Flower Day on VaIentine's
Day and the French Cabaret,
The German Club is interested in the
culture of Germany. Members ofthe club
enjoy movies, songs, and German games.
The most popular activity of the club was
German cookery. For instance, during
May Arts Week, the club sold delicious
apple strudel and other pastries.
The History Club plans a potpourri of his-
torical activities, including guest speak-
ers, trips to historical places, films, and
the annual History Day. These activities
serve to supplement the history curricu-
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1st row: Joel Doolin, Seth Steeves, Michael Paulson, Daniel Thomas, Robert Liberman.
2nd row: Debbie Bernheimer, Sandy Wilcon, John Stephans, Michael Wishnie, Andrew Nottonson.
3rd row: Karen Goldman, Rebecca Hartman, Lotte Lent, Jim Campbell, Pamela Pantos, Mr.
Johns, Advisor, Doug Okun.
Debating Tea '
Debate itself is the competition of ideas
within three formats: forensic, public, and
parliamentary procedures. The Debating
Team attends tournaments across the
state which are organized by the Massa-
chusetts Forensic League. Debating is
the working ground on which students
build speaking techniques and confi-
dence. Highlights ofthe year for the Team
include the Model Congress in January
and the annual interscholastic Debate,
held this year at the University of Massa-
chusetts. Most tournaments are held on
weekends and the debaters meet to orga-
nize during J Blocks.
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1st row: Jane Braverman, Daniel Davis, Riaz Ahmed, Philip Knapp, John Sheridan. 2nd row: Richard
Goldman, Joshua Davis, Winn Weiner, Marjorie Saltiel, Neal Heffron, John Tessel, Mr. William Hollman,
faculty advisor. 3rd row: Edward Diaz, Robert Soultanian, Franklin Ollivierre.
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Clockwise from top: Michael Klugerman, James Rosenthal, David Tell, Neal Giksman,
Eui-Hawn Ham. Center Mr. Tony Erdmann.
The Math Team represents the school in
six interscholastic meets a year. Each
team consists of two seniors, two juniors,
and a sophomore, each of whom answers
questions in three areas such as arithme-
tic, linear equations, or trigonometry, and
a team question. Each area has three
questions which must be answered in ten
minutes. This year, the Math Club has
fielded two teams.
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Clockwise: Mr. Erdmann, Richard Rubin, Andrew Feldman, Adam Fischbein, Kristo Miettinen, Prasad
Kilaru, Eui-Hwan Ham.
Newton South's Chess Team is one of the
strongest in the state. The team plays
matches against other schools in the
area as part of the Greater Boston Chess
League. South was first in the Massachu-
setts four-player division as a result of an
October victory. The winning team con-
sisted of Kristo Miettinen, Rusty Klein,
Prasad Kilaru, Jon Feld, Richard Rubin,
and Captain Andrew Feldman, who
placed first in the individual category with
a perfect score. The team's faculty advi-
sor is Anthony Erdmann.
Newton South's most creative publication
is Reflections, the art and literary maga-
zine. Art and literary staffs work all year
to bring together works of Newton South
students. The publication ofthe magazine
coincides with the annual May Arts Festi-
1st row: Betsy Pelton, Paige Chernow, Susan Levin, ed., Deborah Blicher, ed., Laura Miller, Tublu
Chatterjee. 2nd row: Andrew Nottonson, Julie Werbinski, Stacey Sacks, Dara Lee, Lotte Lent, Leslie
McMahon. 3rd row: Dwight McKerron, faculty advisor, Russell Klein, Jessica Bolker, Jason Michaels,
Susan Hecht, Susan Lory.
g Explorers Club
The Explorers Club is a unique and origi-
nal club. It orginated at Newton North two
years ago and from that time Jennifer
Sharp and Angela Pandorf have been the
co-directors of the club here at South.
The Club has explored places such as the
White Mountains and the white sands of
Martha's Vineyard. The Club is a hiking,
biking and camping group and the faculty
advisor is Mr. Steeves. The picture was
taken on the trip to Martha's Vineyard in
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1st Row: Natalie Fine, Jennifer Sharp, Ruth Wishengrad, Ed Ryter, Angela Pandorf. 2nd Row: David
Gillis, David Ouillen. 3rd Row: Laura Smith, Alan Agulnick, Michael Wishnie, Mr. Youngblood, Lucy
Knight, Laurie Spicer, Terry Thetcy.
South High Speaks
The members of the staff of South High Speaks are individ-
uals interested in broadcasting. Weekday mornings and al-
ternate Saturdays on WNTN, South High Speaks airs a news
report concerning our high school. South High Speaks en-
ables other students and the community to learn about the
things that happen daily at Newton South.
Producer: Guyle Morris
1st row: Robert Sheiffer, Jay Bovarnick, Gayle
Rosenfeld, Elizabeth Cullen, Franklin Ollivierre.
Neil Sherring, Keith Harris. 2nd row: Andrew
Chaban, David Bikofsky, Jon Bovarnick, Marjo-
rie Saltiel, Brad Groper. 3rd row: Jon Meizler,
Caren Bailey, Ronald Lipof, Laura Savoy,
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The Theatre Club organizes trips to see plays in Boston, Cam-
bridge, and at other schools. It obtains discount rates on tickets
for South students and keeps in touch with the world of theatre
at Newton South and beyond. Its goals are to help people enjoy
good theatre and to give students a stronger voice in determin-
ing the direction and quality of the Theatre Arts Program at
Newton South. Theatre Arts classes explore improvisation and
acting techniques. Classes begin with simple warm-up exer-
cises that help build cooperation. The picture inthe lower left
corner of the opposite page is an example of such an exercise.
ln "the human chain," the members ofthe "Acting and Directing
Workshop" unsnarl the mess they've made by joining hands
randomly. At the lower right of that page, Liz Levenson impro-
vises a scene in which she is a television salesperson. Other
shots picture the fall production of "Pirates of Penzance," on
stage and behind the scenes.
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Editorial Staff 1st row: Laura Yee, Upasana Barthakur, Sandra Nagler, Gayle Rosenfeld, Jane Bess, Leslie McMahon, James Rosenthal. 2nd row:
Jennifer Norton, Sean Brann, Debra Hellman, Susan Menzer, Elizabeth Cullen, Pam Pantos, Tom Sebok, Philip Miller. 3rd row: Becky Hartman,
Karen Clayton Claire Scovell Editor-in-Chief, Stacey Modell, Editor-in-Chief, Neal Foman, Nancy Fischbein, Lori Rudnick, Jebby Sharp, Mrs.
Gonson, advisor. Missing: Lotte Lent.
Contributors: Richard Battista, Sandra Wilcon, John Geisser, Hannah Feldman, Joshua King,
Dara Lee, Robert Lieberman, Michael Paulson.
Denebola aims to inform, entertain,
and involve the South community. While
continuing to cover pertinent local, and
national issues, Denebola has added
this year several new features.
News stories have focused on econom-
ic issues, such as Proposition 2lf: and its
effect on school life. Features include
personal accounts of foreign students,
the men and women of the auto shop, on-
going election coverage, the gambling
scene, and the modern woman emerging
in the work force. Fine Arts spans school
and city cultural events from opera to new
wave to in-depth film reviews. The Sports
Department provides continous coverage
in words and pictures of teams and
events, with profiles of up and coming
As South expands to meet new needs
next year, the staff expects that Dene-
bola will not only continue in traditional
service, but expand and grow.
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First row: Karl Dinkelspiel, Photo Editor, Second row: Jon Meizler,
Circulation Editor: Laura Savoy, Literary Editor, Jay Bovarnick, Busi-
ness Manager. Missing: Jeff Englander, Copy Editor.
Mrs. Dollase, Literary Advisor, Miss Smith, Advisor.
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Editorial Staff - first row: Debbie Flashman, Art Editor, Gregg Driben, Adver-
tising Editor, Julie Checkoway, Editor-in-Chief. Second row: Ned Campbell, Art
Editor, Susan Bornstein, Lay-out Editorg Pam Bowers, Data Editorg Billy Drucker,
Sports Editor, Debbie Wennett, Sports Editor.
Advertising Staff - first row: Gayle Rosenfeld, Julie Lipsett, Liz Kogos. Sec
ond row: Kenny Gordon, Jon Derby, Gregg Driben, Rachel Feldman. Mlsslng
Lisa Anthony, Jonathan Rittenberg, Lawrence Traister.
Photo Staff - clockwise: Karl Dinkelspiel, Karen Clayton, Robin Seidman,
Anna-beth Winograd, Michael Chinitz, Missing: Mr. Small, Advisor.
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Circulation Staff - First row: Louise Spinner, Debbie Flashman, Lisa Baum-
berg, Sandy Smith, Wendy Ryter. Second row: Jon Meizler, Rachel Feld-
man, Ron Lipof, Jay Bovarnick, Julie Lipsett, Jon Derby.
Data Staff 1 Jennifer Costa, Pam Bowers, Joanne Beatty, Carolyn McCrory.
Missing: Patrice Galvin, Mary Beth McAvoy.
Copy Staff - first row: Erica Shluntz, Glenn Seidner, Jon Bittenberg, Jeff
Englander. Second row: Javid Sharafi, Edward Diaz, Louise Spinner, Sheryl
Layaout Staff - first row: Jane Bess, Joanne Baye, Amy Palder, Anne
McCrory, Jane Stoloff. Second row: Susan Bornstein, Sandy Nagler, Linda
McMullen, Corrine Kallman, Jennifer Costa. Missing: Debbie Flashman, Karl
Dinkelspiel, Leora Hasten.
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in GOOD COMPANY on the playing
fields of Newton South. As Roy
Tessler, '81, said, "Playing at
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in itself. Most of our teams go out to
have a good time and be with
friends. We're competitive but no
matter what, we have fun. Since
I was a sophomore, I've noticed the
athletes in our class have
become progressively more
dedicated Cespecially in
From the first day of fall
tryouts to the close of the spring
season, Newton South athletes
cooperate in an effort to achieve
their common goal. Whether this
effort results in victory or defeat,
the Newton South spirit holds
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A Kick in the Grass
The 1980 Girl's Soccer season was very productive in terms
of personal growth, coordination, and conditioning. The 4-7-4
record was not the best South ever had, but this year's team
was exceptionally spirited and was led by an outstanding group
The team had a tough time starting, because it was faced with
two problems. First, several players from last year's excellent
offensive line had graduated, and secondly, two starting for-
wards were injured. Senior Leane DiCicco was out for eight
weeks because of an injured hand. She returned for the last
three weeks of the season and became a super offensive
The offense was led by the powerful shooting of Joanne Beat-
ty with 8 goals and 8 assists and Diane Surette with 2 goals and
1 assist and the excellent passing of Jennifer Costa. At half-
back, Tri-captains Kathy McClellan, Carol Tennant, and Rachel
Feldman worked hard to keep the ball away from South's goal
and move it into the direction of the offense.
The fantastic "steel head" of tri-captain Kim Smith enabled
her to return any goal kick, corner kick, or goalie's punt. Tri-
captain Colleen Daly, Lisa Botti, and Pam Bowers played ag-
gressive defense which made it hard for other teams to get their
1st row Leane DiCicco Jennifer Costa Lisa
Botti CaroITennant Kathy McLellan Kim Smith
Colleen Daley Pam Bowers Diane Surette Man
ager Anna Beth Winograd 2nd row Coach
Chanes Hurwnz Joanne Beany Therese Sum
van Linda Martin Nancy DeMicheIe Patrice
Galvin 3rd row Barbara Sheiffer Cecilia Wil
cox Bettina Chiaravelotti Beth Fiudikoff Liddy
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ffrom left to rightl 1st row Howard Goldman
Robert Brown Mark Nicolettr Steven Abrams
Andrew Maller Mark Colling Peter Miller 2nd
row Peter Scholssman Andrew Young John
Miller John Giannakrs Peter Gumes Levon Han
zatlan Michael Duffy Ella Davids Kaveh Motley
3rd row Coach Alf Wilson Christopher Mad
den Mark Fleming Paul Aries Jeff Englander
David Popkm Keith Harris Lou Dakayanms Ed
Diaz John Corkm David Segal George Grous
sis Asst Coach Stelios Groussls
Soccer at Newton South has recently taken a turn for the
better. This year's team won seven and lost five, a record un-
equaled in Newton South High School's history. The turnabout
was led by co-captains Paul Aries and George Groussis, whose
experience and dedication set an example for the team to fol-
low. The scoring punch, which was lacking in the last few years,
was provided by David Segal, Mark Fleming, and Edward Diaz.
The season was highlighted by wins over Acton-Boxboro,
Lincoln-Sudbury, and Bedford. The caliber of play exhibited by
the team was a threat to the best.
Though many veterans will leave the team after this season,
players such as Peter Schlossman, Mike Duffy, Mark Nicoletti,
and Steven Abrams form a solid nucleus on which to build.
Dverall, in the words of rookie coach Alf Wilson, "We had a very
Bump, Set and Spike
The Newton South Volleyball Team, despite its 4-12 re-
cord, had a rewarding season. They challenged their oppo-
nents with aggression and determination. The team's spirit
and enthusiasm were reflected in each pIayer's effort.
Through the patience and concern of coach Cindy Golding,
the team learned the significance of teamwork.
The climax of the season was a game against an aggres-
sive Stoneham Team. Because this was a personal rival to
the Lions, the game was not only challenging but crucial.
Both teams fought furiously throughout the match. It was not
till after a grueling third game that the Lions proved that they
were the better of the two.
The seven departing seniors will be a great loss to the
team. Their accurate bumps and sets, and strong spikes and
serves helped to create this competitive team. Spikers Sue
Menzer, Joanne Baye, Julie Perkins and tri-captain Lupe De-
Fazio contributed immensely to the team as did setters Lauri
Kagan, tri-captain Amy Palder and tri-captain Cheri Wong.
Not only did they contribute their skills but also their spirit,
friendliness and leadership.
1st row: Donna DiNisco Laura DeFazio Cheri-Ann
Wong Amy Palder Laurie Kagan. 2nd row: Joyce
Feinberg Julie Perkins Sharon Budd Leslie Smith
Laurie Spicer Joanne Baye Coach Cynthia Gold-
ing. Missing: Susan Menzer.
Far, a Long, Long Way to Run
ffrom left to right! 1st row Jeffrey Okun Gregory
Long Jennifer Sharp Philip Sawin Robert Wool
2nd row Coach Paul McCarthy Ricky DelCampo
MiniBess Ian Todreas Lawrence Abend Carl Pot
if T, tey Michael Robinson Richard Rubin Andrew Bar
nett Mark Koning
The 1980 Cross Country season began with optimism. Re-
cruiting had brought about an increase in numbers and a re-
newed spirit. While the team did not have a winning season,
their team spirit continued, and they showed marked improve-
ment. The highlight of the season came when Newton South
upset a strong Wayland team in the League Meet.
The attack this year was led by juniors Mark Koning, Mike
Robinson, and Eric Kaplan with seniors Phil Sawin and junior
Andy Barnett finishing in the top five. Other runners were seniors
Rob Wool, Greg Long, and captain Jennifer Sharp and juniors
Carl Pottey and lan Todreas. Sharp took third place in the girls'
race at the League Meet.
With all the aforementioned juniors and this year's one sopho-
more, Mini Bess, things look promising for the future.
"Thinking over the 1980 season," said coach Bill Grimes, "I
am reminded of a tidal waveg either we were completely wiped
out, or we washed the other teams away."
Despite a 4-8 record, talented swimmers, sophomore Laura
Rosenthal and senior Lotte Lent enabled the team to pull
through with some very close meets. Co-captains Rhonda Roth-
man and Joyce Oppenheim displayed great skill, unfailing spirit,
and determination. Seniors Linda McMullen, Becky Hartman,
and Carla Chiaravelotti proved their abilities in the crawl,
breaststroke and backstroke respectively. Janice Pearson's
and Heidi Klein's consistently good diving were great assets to
the team. Junior Erika Schnitzer proved to be a tough competi-
tor in the breaststroke. Karen Leavitt's consistent efforts result-
ed in outstanding performances. "Overall high spirit and morale
helped to bring the team closer together."
tfrom left to rightj 1st row Karen Leavitt Debbie
Putnoi co captain Joyce Oppenheim co captain
Rhonda Rothman Laura Lupien Sarah Murphy Cin
dy Freedman 2nd row Kathy Galvin Kathleen
Fleming Kathy Strange Janice Pearson Erika
SchnnzerLoMe Lent Debbm Harunan Laura Ro
senthal Diana Satin. 3rd row: Athena Chooljian
Cssy DeRosa Pamem Amens HmdiNoMonson
Linda McMullen Carla Chiaravelotti Becky Hart-
man, Judy Finger Heidi Klein Debra Meyers. 4th
row: Coach Grimes Coach Scully. Missing: Lori
Goldman Audrey Cherry.
Sticking It to The Other Team
1st row Erika Schlmtz Andrea Raider co captains
.gy 2nd row Jill Nesgos Christine Moan Colleen Stat
kg F' ford Jane Loggson Robin Seidman Deborah Hell
llllllllllll man Susan Levin Susan Kay Anne McCrory Jenni
L ' fer Norton 3rd row Coach Judith Blanchard Irene
Melville Liza Morahan Susan Charpentuer Eva
Piessens Susan Allen Rebecca Goldman Regina
Stewart Martha Young Karen Vanderwalde Janet
Pachus Coach Susan Gordon
The 1980 Field Hockey Team was a group of determined
spirited girls who wanted more than anything else to score a
goal. Despite the fact that they played some of the best teams
in the state, forwards Robin Seidman, Sue Kay, Janet Pachus,
Debbie Hellman, Sue Levin and Jennifer Norton tried their har-
dest to surpass the other teams' strong defenses. Newton
South's defense was led by Gina Stewart, Sue Allen, Andrea
Raider, Jill Nesgos, Anne McCrory, and goalie Erika Schluntz.
The team played hard on the field, with much support from the
sophomores and juniors. With only two three-year players, co-
captains Andrea Raider and Erika Schluntz, and many first year
starters, the team spent much time learning skills. The players
learned to cooperate as a unit. The effort put forth by the mem-
bers resulted in a team that could accept any challenge and
play to the finish.
Coach Blanchard was proud of her team's effort and achieve-
ment. The good sportsmanship of the players earned the re-
spect of their opponents as well.
PUNTS, TACKLES AND KICKS
lt was a rebuilding season for the Newton South Football
Team. The team finished with a 1-9 record, with the season's
only victory over Boston Tech. Throughout the season there
were many close games, but the team couIdn't seem to pull
them out. One of the most memorable games was the Concord-
Carlisle game. The score was tied at zero until there were two
minutes left in the game, when Concord scored a touchdown.
The team was led by captain Mike Kasten and three-year
players Peter Alexander, Rich DeRosa, Billy Drucker, Paul De-
Michele, Mark Hernandez, Jon Bovarnick, Carl Shishmanian,
Ben Porter, Mike Galvin, Ned Campbell, Brian Striar, and Doug
Coach Kojoyian called this year's team a "green team." The
team had only three players with any significant varsity exper-
ience. Coach Kojoyian is looking optimistically towards next
season because he has a good group ofjuniors who saw a lot of
varsity action: Mike Antonellis, David Hill, David McDonald,
Steve Mosca, Art Walton, and Jon Greenberg. With this strong
nucleus, football at Newton South is destined to be on the up-
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Alexander, Michael Kasten - Capt., Mark Hernandez, Mitchell Podufaly, Richard DeRosa, Jon Bovarnick, Paul Miller, Michael Galvin, 2nd Row:
Michael Pappas, Gregory Wing, James Campbell, Arthur Walton, David Hill, Michael Antonellis, Jeffrey Stevens, Jon Greenberg, Dennis Murphy,
Steven D'Angelo, Douglas Fergusen, David McDonald, Brian Striar. 3rd Row: Richard Gockelman, Jonathan Dallin, Scott Royster, Kenneth
Kohlberg, David lnghman, Robert Baker, Stephen Anglin, Vincent Bryant, Neil Johnson, Andrew Magni, James Hanelin, Stephen Mosca. 4th Row:
Andrew Stubblebine, William Bracken, Lindsey Nelson, Adam Elman, Joseph Spagnuolo, Joel Shapiro, Carl McLaurin, Mark Stolpinski, Coach
Anthony Principe, Coach George Tsiumus, Coach Paul Murphy,
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The Boys' Indoor Track Team had a record of 2-5, for the
1981 season. The team was led by co-captains George
Groussis and Paul DeMichele. Having fine seasons also were
seniors Edward Diaz, Philip Sawin, Andrew Chaban, Paul Mill-
er, and Louis Dakoyannis.
Coach Sutherland is optimistic about the future because
there were many sophomores and juniors on the team who
progressed tremendously throughout the season.
Despite the record, the team's spirit and enthusiasm led to
their putting forth strong effort in the meets.
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ttrom left to rightb 1st row: John Schroter, Luisi Sepe,
Dennis Fleming, Brad Reed, co-captain Paul DeMi-
chele, co-captain George Groussis, Thomas Vancor,
Brian Lewis, Richard Botana. 2nd row: Peter Miller,
Carl Pottey, Michael Klugerman, Jonathan Miller, Scott
Butler, Eric Kaplan, Matthew Gilbert, David Pickett. 3rd
row: Louis Dakoyannis, Paul Miller, Andrew Chaban,
Phillip Sawin, Edward Diaz, Coach Donald Sutherland.
Missing: Mark Koning, Carl Shishmanian.
Hurdles to Jump
lFrom left to right! 1st row: Ruth Deming, Andrea
Costa, Diane Surette, co-captain Robin Seidman,
co-captain Leane DiCicco, Colleen Daley, Linda
Martin, Patrice Galvin. 2nd row: Carolyn McCrory,
Beth Ftudikoff, Marcy Widershien, Carolyn Bowers,
Anita Singh, Elizabeth Leitman, Kathleen McLellan,
LoniFned,EHeen Keon,LBa BOML
What is that orange and blue blur seen passing swiftly
through the snow, sleet, rain, and dark of night? Faster than a
speeding bullet, able to leap tall hurdles in a single bound,
could it be . . , yes! It's the Girls' Indoor Track Team.
Because the team was small in number, all members were
important. With the leadership of co-captains Leane DiCicco
and Robin Seidman, the team progressed steadily through-
out the season. The season's record was 2-5. The hard work
and determination of several individuals resulted in their
times' improving in each consecutive meet.
The seniors leave to the juniors and sophomores the prac-
tice sayings: "Stride it out!" "O.K., who's lead? Go slow!"
"We've done 5, but say we've done 6!" and last but not least,
good old J.B. and "Two To Go!"
The backbone of the team was seniors, Leane DiCicco,
Robin Seidman, Colleen Daley, Kathy McLellan, Lisa Botti,
Carla Chiaravelotti, Diane Surette, Eileen Keon, and Lorri
Fried. Their help, support, and effort made this team a
success. Good-Luck to all juniors, sophomores and incoming
freshman next year. Go For lt!
A Perfect "1O"
"The thrill of victory and the agony of defeat . . . " With a 4-
3 record the Girls' Gymnastics Team was very familiar with
both. The team achieved self-discipline and learned to con-
trol their emotions and overcome fear.
Coach Judy Blanchard and assistant coach Bruce King
were very warm and understanding, but also strict and de-
manding when necessary. This attitude paid off, as a 76:05
team score gradually climbed to 92:3.
Because the team consisted of only nine gymnasts, each
member carried great responsibility: Seniors: Michelle
CMishJ Arons, bars and vault, Joanne tLegsD Beatty, bars and
vault, Captain, Carla tEkJ Eknaian, all around. Juniors: Lisa
tSpazl Schneider, beam, vault and floor. Sophomores: Caro-
lyn CMouthJ Ansin, bars, beam and floor, Gail tMickeyJ Fein-
stein, bars and floor, Audrey tSparkyJ McCarthy, vault and
floor, Joanne tChazD Moskow, floor: Jeanne CLeftyD Wolfe, all
Over the course of the season the team became very
close. Each gymnast needed the moral support, comfort, and
encouragement of her teammates. Each was able to depend
on the others to help her through rough times of frustration
and pain. The team was enthusiastic and always showed
spirit and dedication.
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tfrom left to rightl 1st row: Assistant coach Bruce
King, Gail Feinstein, Lisa Schneider, Joanne Mos-
kow, Audrey McCarthy, Joanne Beatty, Michelle
Arons, Carolyn Ansin, Carla Eknain, Jeanne Wolfe,
Coach Judy Blanchard.
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tfrom left to rightl 1st row: Richard Valdivia, Jeffrey
Stevens, Scott Bailey. 2nd row: Mark Nicoletti,
Benjamin Porter, David Comerford. 3rd row: Mi-
chael Langan, Coach Bruce King, Coach Rick Nico-
letti, Coach Tom Steeves, Manager Sandra Nagler,
This year's Newton South Boys' Gymnastics Team
started the season with only eight gymnasts compet-
ing. Each team member worked extremely hard to over-
come this handicap. According to coach Tom Steeves,
"The team gets better each day."
Fine performances this year have been given by sen-
iors Scott Bailey, Rich Valdivia, junior Jeff Stevens, and
sophomore Mark Nicoletti. Nicoletti has been a bright
spot on this year's team because in his first year of
competition he has been able to compete in all six
Under the leadership of captains Bailey and Valdi-
via, this group of dedicated gymnasts enjoyed a gratify-
ing season. They have exhibited optimism, together-
ness, and spirit.
The 1981 season marked the beginning of a new era in
Newton South Basketball. New head Coach Joe Killilea led
the Lions to their finest season in the last few years, and if
they had won a close game in Concord, the team would have
gone to the state tournament for the first time since 1978.
The team was led by Co-Captains Michael Galvin and Mi-
chael Kasten. Other seniors contributing this year were Keith
Harris, Marc Buchsbaum, Franklin Ollivierre, Peter Kanel-
Iias, and Victor Otero. Big factors in the Lions' success this
season were the emergence of junior Michael Antonellis, and
sophomore sensation Scott Anglin.
According to Coach Killilea the outlook for the next year's
team is very good. Hopefully, the Lions will emerge next
season as the power in the Dual County League.
tfrom left to rlghtl 1st row David Hull Franklin Olli
vierre Co captain Michael Galvin Co captain Mi
chael Kasten, Keith Harris, Victor Otero. 2nd row.
Andrew Young, Greg Wands, Peter Kanellias, M'-
chael Antonellis, Marc Buchsbaum, Steven Abrams.
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ffrom left to rightl 1st row: Mary McAvoy, Jennifer
Costa, Kim Smith, Pam Bowers, Sue Dempsey, Julie
Perkins, 2nd row: Sharon Budd, Cecelia Wilcox,
Laurie Spicer, Leslie Smith, Patty Sullivan, Shellie
Gaines, Nancy DeMichele, Coach Susan Bradbury.
The Girls' Basketball Team started the season with two
new coaches, Susan Bradbury and Maureen Kearney, who
worked on developing skills and team determination.
Each member of the team contributed to the team effort.
Pam Bowers helped the team with her shooting and rebound-
ing abilities. Mary McAvoy had a beautiful outside shot. Sue
Dempsey was always hustling and crashing the boards, and
Jennifer Costa would tie up the ball whenever she was given
the chance. Captain Kim Smith was a spark to the team, but
unfortunately part way into the season she suffered a knee
injury and could not play for the rest of the year. ln addition to
these seniors, a number of juniors and sophomores were key
players and will be returning next year.
Coming off their most successful season in recent memory
this year's Hockey Team had high expectations at the begin-
ning ofthe season.
The line of Mosca-Fay-Kohlberg led the Lions in scoring
The defense was led by the strong play of David Cohen and
Michael Walsh. The goal tending chores were superbly han-
dled by Paul Aries.
Coach McPhee says that next year's team should continue
to improve because of the experience of this year's sopho-
mores and juniors.
flrom lelt to right! 1st row Steven D Angelo
John Stetlens David March Paul Aries Steven
Mosca Richard Wenning William Roesner Za
chary Woods Seth Lichtman
2nd row Coach McPhee William Bracken
Craig Stern William Kaye Michaelwalsh David
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Brigham Coach Charles Rizzutti
On the Slopes
tfrom left to right! 1st row: Co-captains Susan
Menzer, Tom Sebok, Jennifer Sharp,
2nd row: Ethan Miller, Steven Lewis, Ronald Lipof,
Larry Abend, Susan Levin, Deborah Hellman, Jenni-
1 fer Norton, Penny Salter, Susan Kessler, Corrine
Kalman, Andrew Nathanson, Sharon Grayzel, Jimmy
3rd row: David Rubin, Daniel Hoffman, Laurie Mil-
lender, Tandy Lipsky, Sally Bernstein, Joshua King,
y Laura Kohl, Laura Ansin, Jackie Abend, lan Toa
f dreas, Angela Pandorf, Laura Smith, Susan Abend,
1 Toby Abend.
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' Marc Busney, Adam Rosman, Eric Price, Michael
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Unlike last year, the 1981 ski season was marked by mea
surable snowfall. The Newton South Co-ed Ski Team had a
successful season, finishing near the top of the league. The
seniors, led by Co-Captains Susan Menzer, Jennifer Sharp,
and Tom Sebok, and several talented sophomores contribut-
ed greatly to the success.
A special camaraderie developed over the season. The
team would like to thank all of the Abend family and especial-
ly Toby and Sue for helping them so much throughout the
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The Newton South Boys' Swim Team got off to a racing
start this year with big victories over Needham and Waltham
High Schools. The team was led by co-captains Ned Camp-
bell and Chris Madden.
One of the most exciting meets of the season was against
a strong Wellesley High Team. Outstanding performances
were given by Mike Ansel, Chris Madden, Josh Needleman,
and Greg Willoughby. Unfortunately South lost the meet in the
Another exciting meet was against Waltham High. The
Newton South swimmers blew Waltham out of the water by
winning the meet by a score of 129-39.
Over the duration of the season, each member of the team
worked hard to improve his time. Coach Bill Grimes is very
optimistic about next season saying, "There are a lot of fine
swimmers returning." The spirit of the team is summed up by
co-captain Ned Campbell, "South swimmers like it wet!"
ffrom left to rightb 1st row: Coach William Grimes, Y MS
Andrew Nononson,AdaniPressman,hMchaeIBen ' A
wind, Joshua Needleman, cliff Watkins, scott ,W ,k""'
2nd row: Douglas Ferguson, David Ouillen, Christo- 1 1
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ffrom left to rightb 1st row: Richard Jaques, Steven
Steinberg, Michael Duffy David MacDonald, Co-
Captain Andrew Cohen Co-Captain Bradley Groper
Ethan Miller David Elkins William Reynolds Robert
2nd row: Coach Charles Hurwitz Mark Colling, Lee
Silverstein Scott Brightman Robert White Ron
xx Richmond Alan Agulnick Richard Gockelman,
3rd row: Steven Arduino, Joseph Kaufman Geof-
frey Murray Jonathan Rosenson, Mark Stolpinski,
Steven Richmond Assistant Coach Paul Murphy.
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stated Newton South Wrestling coach, Chuck Hurwitz.
Though the wrestling program is still in its rebuilding stages,
there has been much improvement over the past two sea-
The South matmen were primarily led by their Iightweights
South's victories at the lower weights kept the momentum
going in South's direction. Senior Rick Jaques, Co-captains
Andy Cohen and Brad Groper all had fine seasons. This
year's surprises on the team have been junior Steve Stein-
berg and sophomore Mark Colling, who had successful sea-
"More wrestlers are returning each year with more exper-
ience," noted Coach Hurwitz. ln the past, the South Wrestling
Team has been one of the state's best, and the continued
efforts of South's returning, experienced wrestlers will help
South regain the dominance it has had in the sport.
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here is more to Newton
South than just end-of-term
hysteria and cramming for finals.
Granted, these are an integral
part of a student's life, but IN GOOD
COMPANY students and
teachers in the classroom freely
exchange ideas and opinions.
These interactions are the basis for
The variety of courses at Newton
South reflects the diversity of
students and the broad scope of
their interests. From the
American history and literature
program to auto mechanics and
"Horizons" gym, students are
actively involved in all kinds of
Debbie Wennet explaining to her friends that you
can always find the answers at the back ofthe book.
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The Visual Arts
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The Newton South Visual Arts Program offers a
variety of exciting classes. Newton South is fortunate to
have talented instructors, who contribute greatly to the
success of this program. The sequence of art courses
enables students to experience various media and
subject matter and pursue in depth the area of particular
Among the special courses offered is Advertising Design
Workshop. This class helps students understand
commercial art. The students gain experience in
interpreting and creating logos and advertisements.
Similar in purpose to the ad workshop are the graphic art
classes which are designed to familiarize the student
with various printing machines and skills.
Works created by students in sculpture, ceramics,
art clay, and metal exemplify the freedom and personal
expression stressed by the art department.
Photography is also explored as a fine art through a series
of courses. The student becomes familiar with the dark
room and printing processes as well.
At the end of the year students of various visual arts
classes display their work for the public in the May Arts
Festival. Throughout the week, works produced by
students in all art media are exhibited, and slide shows
and movies are shown. The accomplishments of the
students show both the talent and the skills they have
developed in the program.
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but the memory of the
relationships with our teachers and
our friends will remain unaltered.
As we look back over our years at
South, we see the faces of
those who were with us through the
good and the bad times, the
faces of those with whom we
shared and will continue to
share a timeless affinity. We have
come to the core of Regulus
and of Newton South High School.
On the following pages are the
pictures of the very people who
constitute not just the good but
the GREAT COMPANY with whom
we have spent our time.
Let me alone, l'm studying!
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FACULTY AND STAFF
. Ernest Van B. Seasholes
Mrs. Roberta Dollase,
Social Studies, Acting House-
master, Cutler, First Half
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Mr. Robert Franke
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Housemaster, Goodwin Housemaster, Wheeler
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Guidance Department Head
Ms. Sandra Alexander
Mr. Francis Alleva
Mr. Wayne Altree
Social Studies Department
Mr. Allen Amen
Mr. Robert Andrews
Art Teacher in Charge
Ms. Beverly Basile
Mr. E. Barry Bassett
Mr. Warren Bechtold
Mrs. Lenore Behar
Mr. Gerald Beloin
Life Skills Center
Mr. Ronald Bergin
Faculty and Staff 95
Ms. Judith Blanchard
Mr. Joel Bleiwas
Ms. Marie Brassard
Mr. Vinson Bronson, Jr.
Mr. J. Walter Brough
Dr. Philip Burnham
Mrs. Margaret Campbell
Mrs. Veronica Cannell
Mr. Ophair Caras
Mr. Robert Carey
Mr. Ernest Chamberlain
Mr. John Chiasson
Coordinator - Work!Study,
industrial Arts Teacher in
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Ms. Gisela Clark
Mrs. Barbara Cocoa
Mr. Marshall Cohen
Mr. Joseph Connolly
Mr. Valmond Cyr
Mrs. Kathryn Daviau
Teacher in Charge
Mrs. Mary Doolin
Mr. Gordon Duckel
Mrs. Frances Dwyer
Mrs. Betty Earle
Language Lab Aide
Faculty and Staff -V 97
Ms. Rebecca Ehrlich
Mrs. Elaine Eisenhauer
Ms. Ann Elliott
Mr. Anthony Erdmann
Mrs. Barbara Foley
Mrs. Dorothea Gaudet
Mr. Richard Geist
Mr. Elliot Glickler
Mr. Robert Goggin
English and Art
Mrs. Dorothy Gonson
English and DENEBOLA
Mr. Lloyd Gottlieb
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Mrs. Madeleine Hall
Ms. Dorothy Hansberry
Mr. Jeffrey Hansen
Mr. A. Lincoln Heck
Mrs. Merrily Herring
Mr. Walter Hill
Mrs. Joyce Hirshberg
Mr. William Hollman
Mr. Cary Holmes
Mr. James Honeyman
Mr. Charles Hurwitz
Faculty and Staff!99
Mr. Edward Jackson, Jr.
Mrs. Mary Jane Jewett
Mr. James Johns
Mrs. Beatrice Kamen
Mrs. Claire Kanter
Life Skills Center, Music
Mrs. Diane Katsikaris
Mr. Barton Kelso
Mrs. Gilda Kimball
Mrs. Pamela Kinn
Mr. Aredis Kojoyian
Mrs. Diane Korelitz
Mr. Henry Lambert, Jr.
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Mr. Steven Leonard
Sig. na Lisa Loeb
Mrs. Mae Lofchie
Mr. Dwight MacKerron
Mr. Warren Manhard, ll
Dr. Joseph Massimo
Mrs. Marcia McAvoy
Mr. Paul McCarthy
Ms. Jessie McChesney
Ms. Judith McGraime
Mrs. Anne McGuire
Faculty and Stafff 101
Miss Mary McLane
Foreign Language, Acting
Mr. James McLaren
Mr. Nathaniel Merrill
Mrs. Joanne Mitchell
Mrs. Phyllis Monderer,
Mr. Paul Murphy
Mrs. Mary Nelson
Mr. Earl Pearlman
Mr. Ernest Peltier
Mr. Rocco Petrillo
Mr. Edward Poskitt
Mr. Anthony Principe
Life Skills Center
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English CSpeech and ESLJ
Mrs. Margaret Ravenscroft
Ms. Nancy Reynolds
Life Skills Center
Mrs. Arlene Richardson
Mr. Peter Richter
Mr. George Owen Roberts
Mr. George W. Roberts
Mrs. Olga Robinson
Miss Ann Sanguinetti
Mrs. Linda Segal
Mrs. Carolyn Sessler
Mr. Paul Shapiro
Faculty and Staff 103
Mr. Donald Shaw
Mr. William Sheehan
Life Skills Center,
Mr. John Sherman
Mrs. Rita Simon
Mrs. Jane Slafsky
Mr. Christopher Small
Ms. Frances Smith
English and REGULUS
Miss Rachel Spiller
Mrs. Patricia Stayn
Miss Katherine St. Clair
Life Skills Center
Mr. M. Thomas Steeves
Ms. Moira Sullivan
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Mrs. Gwenne Swartz
Mr. Norman Swerling
Mrs. Lillian Tanenbaum
Mrs. Helan Taylor
Music, Teacher in Charge
Mrs. Claire Tedeschi
Mr. George Winkler
' Mrs. Barbara Wise
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160 Oliver Road
Rosalee G. Abbott
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108 Lovett Road ,W
l'll always remember: summer of '80, weekends, wild and crazy times, the lot, parties, Lisa, L
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43 Linden Street
Love forever John, I finally made it. Mar Cape Action, summer '78, JGDC - Sorry about
that BS forgiveness, Okay, Pep, KK, Bake someone happy Lauren it's worth the trip. fi
Tuesday is finally gone. Love and Thanks, Mom 81 Dad.
Alan D. Agulnick
22 Brandeis Circle
"lt's a bright horizon, and l'm awakening. I see myself in a brand new way. The sun is
shinin', the clouds are breakin' cause I can't lose now - there's no game to play." Thanks
Mom and Dad, Mark, Todd, Seth 8. friends.
Peter Lewis Alexander
242 Lake Avenue
I Football, Lacrosse 10, 11, 12. "You may say l'm a dreamer, but l'm not the only one - I
' Maybe someday you'll join us andthe world will be as one." - Lennon. Sue, you are the
I best! Mom, Dad, Dubz, Amy, you have guided me thus far. It is my turn now - thanx.
I Susan Allen
I 74 High Rock Terrace
Wiz, Twang, Verne, Borny, Da, Luch - we made it! Thanks for always being there. Leez -
our special memories will always live, All my love to Mom, Dad, Bird, and Kitty! "There's so
much left to know, and l'm on the road to find out." - Cat Stevens.
I Kimberly Aloisi
I i 5 Broadlawn Park I
Cheerleading 11, capt. Not to forget . , . B.C. Parties, All nighters, Celebrations, Beach
CC CJ bummingl Private stock, midnight roller skating. Michele 8. Trudy, We made it! Good
luck to all my friends. Special thanks to my family. Now . . . LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL!
I Laura Ansin
I 38 Lovett Road
I l Wheeler
' Ski team 10- 12. If you love something very much, set it free. If it doesn't return, it wasn't .
I meant to be. If it does, love it forever. Brigham 9 A.M,fniceIy good luck MMLFAMLDLDS- J'
I PRA - everyone. Spain - '78 CC - '79 B-town tit. Thanks Mom and Dad. I made it.
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Paul M. Aries
963 Boylston Street
Lippy. Soccer 10, 11, Capt. 123 Hockey 10, 11, Capt. 12, Goodtime in DC '79 - JC? '80
BK, MH, JG, CM, JM, RJ. Good friends LM, MM, GM, LY, SM, PS, KF, JS, JM, JB, JD, and
JH. DL Thanx OLDIES Sat Niters MA, RL, RS, AS Thanx family Love ya Mom Dad - you're
27 Stony Brae Road
I know I'lI never lose affection for people and things that went before, I know I'lI often stop
and think about them . . . JL WCP 507, PG, SD, Googi AND THE IMMORTAL BARN,
Clockwork, Boston, WHO, Todd, and the Beatles! Horror Show '78-'81.
82 Margaret Road
Gymnasticsg Track 10, 11, 12. "Mish" "MisheIine". Look not with your eyes for they see
limitationsg rather seek with understanding and you will find much more. JP. FLy with me?
Mr. P 8. Shmug. w!Mickey Mouse at the stream and grate "BO" party wild w!TM, JF, BS,
MN, JG Duncs with LN, JM, AR.
89 Puritan Road
Paul Avratin, the determined Man. Totally underestimated through his school years. Hard
working years ahead. VW Rabbit all the way. Honda in the dirt. Thanks to Mom and Dad,
17 Walsh Road
"Don't stop thinking about tomorrow, Don't stop, it'II soon be here, it'lI be, better than
before, yesterday's gone." Thanx to TDB and all of my friends for the great times we have
had and special thanx to my parents for putting up with me. Donna -lots of luck next year
210 Upland Avenue
Gymnastics 10, 11, Capt. 12, Thanks Mom, Dad, Jordan, Paul, JO 8 Scotty. SHARI I LOVE
YOU IN BIG WAYS. I love you in small ways, I love you this minute 8. I will love you always. D
Bates D Fergoson Hoch Paul Rick Jeff Howie Janet 8- Dave PFloyd JBeck VHaIen ECIapton
Melissa Balder '
3 Edgefield Road
"Learn from yesterday. live for today, hope for tomorrow." Unforgettable memories with
my special friends LF. Best of friends never part. Mom 8- Dad - your friendship is very Q
speclal to me! I love you!
22 Olde Field Road
If I am not for myself, who will be for me? But if I am for myself alone, what am I? And if not I
now, when? Hillel, Music, "From Teddy-Bears to Roses," SM - Giggles, friendship, ., ' f x f
shoes Andy f bookends. ' ' C ' ! I
49 Woodcliff Road
"Life is such a short nothing, so why not do the insane?" Oreos, Wizzlesticks Post 5 fyesl
30, 55.00, The Grateful Dead, Trolleys, Coffee house, Hair, Rambler, Beards,
259 Hartman Road
lnternat'l CL. 10-12, SHS 11, 12, French CI.1O-12gNHSMUN11,12gDeneb0Ia11,12gSr.
Class Comm, NEW 12, History CL. 12. "To Meet, to know, to part is the sorrow of every
human heart." Shakespeare. Love to my family 8. friends. IC forever!!
David Bates ts
143 Upland Road
Searchlng for myself. Lifting, cards, and writing. Ken, that's not funny. Dave, l'm a better
ping-pong player. Al, you love that girl. Thanks Ma and Dad, Mrs. Malone, all those named -5
Ralph KSB, PS TSB and especially Pete for understanding me. The Boss. I
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Joanne Elise Baye
69 Ober Road
"Jo" Volleyball 11, 123 Basketball magr. - 11, 12. Memories of good times with all the
gang. LS - l'll miss U! Summer '80, Berlin - next Exit, "Baye drop-in center." "Hey 277"
f24824D - "And those are the memories that made me a wealthy soul." - Seger.
Joanne M. Beatty
21 Goddard Street
Soccer 10, 11, 12, KM. Buzlg Gymnastics 10, 11, 12, Colleen - soph. Calls 81 stuff.
Susanne - keep Noel warm, Cheryl Jen Kath Diane Celia Beth LD RF KS PB Addiction,
where's bubbles? RGF wfJE Tedface DS2 CM you guys! Ring. Stns. - Satisfaction. Hi 'P
Ralph 8. Mom 8 Anne.
Paula S. Becker TA"
32 Oxford Road
Music, I missed you! S. Crewies are wonderful. DA Boys and Berg, thanks Michael, '
remember the fringe benefits Beth the necessary Niels you are a friend to those who've X
helped. Mom and Dad, thanks. You are always there.
Jane Elizabeth Bess
1 Newbrook Circle
Cheerleading, French Club, Denebola. "lf you have one true friend, you have more than
your share." I have found many: LR, NF, SN, GR, LK. Mom, Dad, All my love and thanks. You
helped me be me. Mini, good luck. I know you'Il go far.
Cheryl Ann Bibbo
54 Indiana Terrace
Softball 10, 11, 12. We made it Nanci. Good luck to EB, RT, LV, KS, RM, CC, MH, MV, PR,
HB, PK, LM, LC, The Falls, the cafe, Bib's '81 Freebird. Thanks for putting up with me, Mom
and Dad. Also Mrs. Malone, thanks for everything.
David S. Bikosfsky
191 Woodcliff Road
Lacrosse 11, 12. "Impossible is a word only to be found in the dictionary of fools." The
Crest - Bicarb, Lefty, HMUN, SHS, Times with the guys. Thanks to my family, for without
them I could not have achieved.
Deborah Lynn Blicher
76 Alban Road
"i thank you God for most this amazing day: ffor the leaping greenly spirits of treesfand a
blue true dream of sky . . . " tee cummingsb Now I begin my education Kas I do every
morningji Thanks to so many , . . ffamily, LES, JLMJ ETC!!!
Karen Sue Blinder
15 Kendall Road
South High Speaks 10, 11, 12, Denebola 10, 11, 12, BBG. Sweet are the thoughts that
savor of content, the quiet mind is richer than a crown. Thanks family and friends.
26 Chinian Path
French Club 11, Junior Class 11 Senior Class 123 Goodwin House Task Force 11, 12. This
is not the end but the beginning. Thanks Mom and Dad.
78 Bernard Street
"Remember take one day at a lime," T4Ville you're sweeties! Cheryl, we're out here Hun!
Girls, Thank you! Paula, remember it all! Mom and Dad - you're honeys. Thanks for being
there and listening - love ya muchlyl! 5-14-79 - Always and forever.
Susan A. Bornstein
107 Adeline Road
"Be not afraid of life. Believe that life is worth living and your belief will help create the
fact " - W. James. Jimmy - a very special friend. Thanks. ILY. And to my friends and
family, I couIdn't have done it without you.
Susan Ann Botana
66 Parker Avenue
"Friends are forever, as gold is first." Take care everyone. Good luck GF ML LC, and keep
in touch! Thanks Mom. You're the best! Hang in there Ricky. I love ya's.
Lisa Annmarie Botti
130 Elgin Street
Soccerg Softball, Track. Thanks to Dad and Rita and all my friends. A special thanks to
Russ for believing in me and for giving me the confidence to believe in myself. Never forget
the only one for me is you! Always remember the fires in NH.
Jay Alan Bovarnick
15 Winston Road
Track 10, 11. You just can't please the world and yourself. You gotta start doing what's
right for you, 'cause life is being happy!
Jon Eric Bovarnick
15 Winston Road
"Bo" Football 10, 11, 125 Tennis 113 Basketball 101"TADS" 11, 12. "I will go on shining,
shining like brand newg I'll never look behind me, my troubles will be few!" Good times JB
JC KG BG LT JD BR and rift friends Lauren G and Daryl C. Thanks Mom and Dad,
30 Circuit Avenue
Soccer 1O, 11, 123 Basketball 10, 11, 12: Track 11, 123 Softball 10, 11, Hldecidedlong ago
not to walk in anyone's shadow. l'll be what I want to be. And what I want to be is me." 3's
85 MT EEE etc. Good luck Freddie. Thanks to all my friends and especially my family. I love
38 Sullivan Avenue
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31 Knowles Street
Winter, spring, summer or fall, all you have to do is call, and l'lI be there, you've got a friend.
- Carol King. Special thanks to Mom, Dad, Steve, Tracey and Susie. l couldn't have done
it without you. Good luck to all my friends in the future.
Robert Stephen Brown
69 Evelyn Road
Soccerg Drama 10, 11, 12. "What our eyes behold may well be the text of life, but one's
meditations on that text and the disclosures of these meditations are no less the structure
of reality." - W. Stevens. MUNYOUWMNTESFMMKSCKILYA.
207 Brookline Street
Box. Basketball 10, 11, 12. That certain Boston Garden experience. The BC strip, Summer
"8O", The Beach, all the great times with the best of friends. Thanks Mom for always being
there. Good luck Lisa.
667 Boylston Street
30 Braeland Avenue
Edward S. Campbell
16 Bonaire Circle
Mellow is the man who knows what he's been missing - many, many men can't see the
open road. Good luck to my friends. l'lI miss you all. GAMPS. Untold thanx to the two people
l love and respect most: Mom!Dad. Yim, get to the point, woodjal
653 Boylston Street
653 Boylston Street
"Living is easy with eyes closed, misunderstanding all you see." Italian Club Dinner,
International Club. Rememberg JW., T.C., S.B., S.S., T.C., A.S., K.C., M.H., Sl. ST, C.T.,
R D , and all the good times. Thanks, Mom and Dad for everything!
45 Fox Hill Road
Lacrosse, Wrestling. "lt's along dark highway and a thin white line connecting baby, your
heart to mine." All the good times with my friends, Mich LT. Cards N.Y.E. "79" Nantasket
Jade Island, Laura, you're amazing. TNKS M 8. D.
Cheryl Lee Castellanos
37 Glenwood Avenue
A wise man sees what he ought to, not as much as he can. GD times with JB, CD, MP, BS,
PM, TM, NC pals. Joey my best friend. JC - we're not odd, just ingenious. Lupe my twin.
MM - you're great. I am free as a bird now 8. this bird you can not change. Outlaws 801
Daisy 8- Butty! M 81 D ILY.
152 Pine Ridge Road
Coach. The roads by which men arrive at their insights into celestial matters seem to me
almost as worthy of wonder as those matters themselves. - Johannes Kepler. Thanks to
Paul, Paula, Mom and Dad. tsorryl.
50 Esty Farm Road
"Friends are not so easily made as kept." Friends forever - CB, LK, RS, RT, and SU
Always remember parties, skiing, summer '79, Regards to Bloomies, Love to Mom, Dad
Andy, Jeff, and Ditto's memory.
111 Paulson Road
SHS 11, 123 Indoor Track 11, 12, HMUN 12. "Whoso would be a man would be a non-
conformist - Ralph Waldo Emerson. lt's been great - BB, BS, DB, DK, DP, RH, TA,
Thanks forthe support, Mom and Dad.
1016 Beacon Street
"To see a world in a grain of sand and heaven in a wild flowerfHold infinity in the palm of
your hand and eternity in an hour." - Auguries of Innocence.
Julie Anne Checkoway
103 Rosalie Road
Jumbled snapshots of: Thursdays, Rainproof Roses, SL, DB, JP, BB, Mind Games, 50-
page craziness, new-found Idealism, English Anguish, Sleep? "lt is not until we are lost that
we begin to find ourselves." Thanks to those who always understand: Mom, Dad, M, C, B,
S, Meet me in the playground . ..
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72 Ouinobequin Road
Good times with PB, SB, SN, ER, RS, the art room, frisbee, Lewiston, "You got to mellow
slow, it takes time to pick a place to go. Just keep trucking on." - Grateful Dead.
10 Maynard Street
Cross Country 10, 11, All the world is a birthday cake
so take a piece, but not too much,
40 Philbrick Road
Swimming 10, 11, 12, lnd. Track 10, 11, 12, Track 10, 11, Capt. 12. "The best thing about a
diet is that there's always tomorrow!" Never forget: PIGOUTS LH, LY, AC, CD, DP, PR, LD,
8- JO Animal, EKS Auto, NH, JB, Where's planet Claire? ESP. Leora, EK, Flash and SSFL.
20 Morton Street
"The street of life is enjoying the passage of time. - James Taylor- ski bum forever Vail
'BO Innsbruck '81. The summer of '80 was awesome. Hit the beach No goodbyes. Good
friends, keep in touch. Photo staff '80 was excellent. Reduced farmers live on.
265 Upland Avenue
Denebola Photo Ed. 12, Regulus 11, 12, Ski 11, 12. Good luck to all my friends, photo 111
Andys, 525, reduced farmers do "it." Remember all the good times. Thanks Mom, Mike,
Good luck Lisa. "The moment may be temporary, but the memory is forever." -
49 Rowena Road
Wrestling 10, 11, Capt. 125 "Capt Pokey." "Sir, you have wrestled well and overthrown
more than your enemies." - Shakespeare -
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Bruce R. Cohen
9 Walter Street H
"Today is the day to begin." The shed, Breezeway, Tony's Villa '79-'81 tCapt.J Great 10.1 iiiiii
tnmes with KC., T.C., CS., J.B., CC., JM., and thanks to my mom. Good bye South, hello QQ'
Wentworth Also SD., BK. qx
11 Wayne Road
"Never be sad for what is over, be glad it was yours to have." Summer '80, cruising, G.P. "D
The Lot, Sue, Best of friends NEVER part. Thanks for the good times. JK DC JL CP JS GD ax
CJ BL MM LB LR It's like! Thanks to my family for always being there. Love u Carl.
Susan Gaye Collins
11 Levbert Road
"Good friends are hard to find, l'm lucky I've found mine" . . . Susan, we have shared so
much! NF, CL, LS, JC, LB, SB, JF, A great homeroom - Steviel Leboeuf, I'lI chalk you up to
experience. John Lennon - your spirit lives on . . .
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15 Malubar Lane
Best Friends: SB, JL, LK, DW, LS, SA, GT with BG and RK favorite friend JB. DM MC
Memoriesi Nan 1980, B. PL, JB's party DK w!Borny gH Fri Elvis? star It love Bagel Nosh
Flo, 80181 New Years '80 Jim's NY Mom, Dad, Lisa - I love you. "l've loved these days,"
Laurie S. Conviser
5 Stony Brae Road
Tennis 10, 11, 12. "If you imagine it, you can achieve it. If you can dream it, you can become
it " Mom and Dad - l love you. LR - Best of friends never part. Thanks everyone -
you've made these past three years great!
52 Cottage Street
Life is a waste of time, time is a waste of life so get wasted and have the time of your life,
Falls III, never forget good times with CD, BH, RS, PE, EB, JK, MD, KC, LR, JM, LJ, Baby -'I
Jen, 1436, Goodby!!!
29 Dorcar Road
1735 Beacon Street
3 Nothing is impossible to a willing heart - Great times with Ned, CD, JB, LD, PB, KS, BS,
MP and Lupe - 69 Ford! Mar - SPRINGSTEEN "8O" Cheryl - we fooled them! Freaky!
Gano Gang rtl, Cape Outlaws "8O". Doors, Monty! Michael - when dreams come true,
lite is beautiful, ILY! Mom and Dad - I love you.
xv I Modestino Criscitiello
V, 2 Ftaeburn Terrace
239 Jackson Street
Partying, T-Ville, the shed, the Cape, the lsland, JD, JB, CJ, CS, TC, DA, EB, TM, AB,
Zepplin, Doors, Who, Hendrix, Geils, Queen, Long live rock. BilI's class auto Caf LS, SL,
--4 ' n JM, KC, CC, CJ, GM, MH, MC, GM, HS.
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20 Peach Tree Lane
"Lou" Track 10, 11, 123 Indoor Track 10, 11, 123 Soccer 10, 11, 12, "Born to be wild,"
Colleen A. Daley
32 Hale Street
A A Soccer 10, 11, Captain 12 QMBJQ Basketball 8. softball- EWFg Indoor Track 11, 12 144075
A Outdoor Track 11, Captain 12. Hi kids! JMB Soph. calls 8. friends always! You guys!
Haystacks, Ted, Jim, Chris, 8- Gerry. Love ya: Jen 8 Lupe. DS, MM, LB, CC, KS 8. fumbles.
- Rob 10122179 143 Mom 81 Dad.
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240 Greenwood Street
Soccer 10, 11, 12, Track 10, 12, International Club 10, 11, 12. "God asks no man whether
he will accept life. That is not the choice. One must take it. The only choice is how." Thanks
to all my friends for all the good times.
22 Dwhinda Road
"Lupe" Volleyball IO, 11, Captain 12, To my friends - Let the good times roll. Outlaws,
Cape wfMitch, Mare, Bri, Pete, Mike, Jen 8. Cheryl my two flakes. '69 Ford, THE
DOORS rr 1. Backlot partying, Allman Bros, Hendrix Zeppelin. Thanx RR, NC, AC, NC, CD,
LS Chris 8. Shell, especially M 81 D. Mitch - excellent times - love you always.
30 High Street
"Whatever" "Paul" Never forget all the good times with LD, EY, RW. I can't believe I made
it! Thanks Mom for all your support, but most of all, thank you, Janet, for everything. Love
10 Keel Avenue
"DeMike" Football 10, 11, 125 Track 10, 11, co-captain 12, Lacrosse 10, 11, 123 "l must
have got lost." "Friends" Xav, Doc, KFace, Korny, Shish, KM, JB, CD, MH, where's Roy,
gym, Sue, "love always" Europe "problems" '80-'81. Thanks R.A.T. Girls! Mom, yes, you
too Dad, thanks, Love ya.
50 Carver Road
Swimming 10, Basketball 11, 12, Cheerleading 12. "May God never send me to heaven
without horses," Noel, addiction, Where's Bubbles? England, skiing, Paul 4, 2 RT, PK, HW,
MUM, DS, RF, PR, KS. 17 yrs, KM, JK, CC, Liz Vermont, JosannaBean, Luv ya 4-ever Mom
8. Dad. The Barn KB, AD, CW.
Jonathan J. Derby
79 Levbert Road
"Derbs" "Baby this town rips the bones from your back!lt's a deathtrap, it's a suicide rap!
We gotta get out while we're young." - Bruce Springsteen. Good Friends: JB, LT,
JBIBRIJEILM very special thanks Mark, Linda, and Dad.
39 Bontempo Road
Football 11, 125 D.C.L. ot J-171, "We may have been 1 and 9, but we had an awesome line."
THE GANG RM, JR, AP, DM, DF, SL, SA, BB, JS, MR, KM, Thanks Coach K. and Nautilus.
Special thanks Mom and Dad.
110 Woodward Street
"Robin" Thanks a lot, all my friends. Already looking forward to a class reunion, Good luck
with colleges, life, whatever. lsn't it nice to be out?
134 f Seniors
Edward Louis Diaz
179 Spiers Road
"Eddie" Soccer 1211 11, 123 110010 Award, Swimming 11, Indoor 81 Outdoor Track 12, Debate
11, 12, International Club 11, 12. "The sovereign, cannot be represented except by himself
. . , Everybody's gotta learn sometime." Thanks Mom, Eli, Kath, Pete, and Dad, may you
rest in peace, Thanks to all my friends and JS, KM, GG, KW, the team, "ML" and N.Y.rr1.
15 Hale Street
"Chico" Soccer 10, 11, 12, Basketball 10, Indoor Track 11, Capt. 12, Outdoor Track 10,
11, 12, JP, "FF" "Lenny" 913180 "85" Ey Southie CD eastieg BS, KS 8. CO Spinoff CC 8-
, weird Sat. nite "Costa" LA "MD 8. JD" CD 8. JB "Izzy" Friends, good luck 81 keep in touch.
Love ya, Mom, Dad, Diane 8. Joey, Denise 8. Andy,
Jane E. Dickens
1 Winter Street
Christopher Di Clemente
130 Carlisle Street
Karl H. Dinkelspiel
59 Oxford Road
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I 53 Deborah Road
"Take your time , . . don't live too fast, troubles will come and they will pass." - LYNYRD
SKYNYRD. Veg - 1, 2, 3, Jap the Grate Larz Matoaka Gran Larsony 111 Thanx Mom 8. Dad
for your help, luv ya!
31 Mountfort Road
"There's still time to change the road you're on." R l G - 10, Beaux - 10, MM - 10,
Dark of Moon" - 1 1, DDTW - 1 1, Pirates - 12, Jones - 12, SRC - 10, 11, 123 Band -
10, Chorus 10, ll, HC - VP - 12, Oxfam 80.
101 Parker Avenue
Tennis 11, 12, Enrichment, Regulus. "Life is just a series ol hellos and goodbyes. I'm
afraid it rs time for goodbye again." - Billy Joel. Thanks and good luck to JR, SD, KG, JC,
and Bill. "Out go the lights" Special love MC, LB From PA, and to my family.
William B. Drucker
53 Rachel Road
Regulus 12, Football 10, 11, 12, Basketball 10, 11. Good times with K.G., G.D., J.R., J.C.,
J L ,DA - We made it! Gregg - Out go the lights. Liz, you are the love of my life, always
and forever be mine. Thanks lor being patient Mom and Dad. You won't be sorry.
Marcia Hope Dubrow
956 Walnut Street
Tennis 10, 11, 12, Cheerleading 12. "Friendship: A binding contract you sign with laugh-
ter and break with tears." Jane, couldn't do it without you. "Good memories will always
281 Cypress Street
Baseball 10, 11, Capt. 12. Thanks for all the good times l've had with my friends. RS. NC.
RF. CD. PE. JC. JL, LR. and all the rest. fT-Villel DFYFBTAI Celia, you're very special.
Thanks, Mom and Family. Summer '78, '79, '80 Boys' nights were great.
Carla Jean Eknaian
854 Chestnut Street
Gymnastics 10, 11, 12, Track 10, 11, 12. "What's up? Mac's, AYF, RJLY, Curb Crash! CC,
KANSAS - KS, Brookline Chase: LD, PR, CC, RD, LH: Bowling, WH: MAJ Halloween, Gen.
Hospital, JS! H20 Fights, CC! Fake laugh, Sumo, Stones, YSNB, Cottage ST: PC, MS, MH
- Buddies! Dad! I love you.
63 Bowdoin Street
Eat a Lemmon J. Giels Led Zeppelin Weekends were made for Michelob, The Rodery RS.
M. DE. BJ. SJ. CD. L Beaver. Hyannis J.C, D.L, Back parking lot July 4 Dazed and confused
never forget N.E See ya's. Doors 10, 11, 12.
54 Selwyn Road
Soccer 10, 11, 12, Regulus Copy Editor 12, Denebola 1 1, 12. Thanks everybody: JB, MR,
DS, JR, VO, JD. "You make up your mind, you choose the chance you take!You ride to
where the highway ends and the desert breaks." Bruce Springsteen.
75 Andrew Street
Tennis 10, 11, 12, "States" 10, 11. Now is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the
end. It is perhaps the end of the beginning! Sue - Friends Forever. Much Thanks, Mom,
Dad, and Bros.
80 Goddard Street
"Otto" JB. BB. UI, Do the b--. "Dazed 'n' confused - communication breakdown. The
song remains the same."
Gia Ann Fabrizio
36 Parker Avenue
My tastes are simple. I like the best. Italian men watch-out, Summers at RB Crusin' in those
Vetts with L.C. J.D. you're bad. I'm jammed. Good luck SB. W.H. Mom and Dad your L11. I
love you, Chow Newton South.
256 Dedham Street
J.V. Soccer Capt. 11. Catch a buzz? RD 400, Starship Vega, Whip it good! Taekwon - do
1f1f80 Thumper and I'm goin for a bus ride. I really think sol Warm Miller in a can please.
73 Allerton Road
Soccer 10, 11, 125 Tennis 10, 11, 123 Leo the Lion 12. Never forget good times with my
special friends, College parties are ii1.Let's celebrate CB. New York, France 1980 - To
my lamily - I love you!
134 Upland Road
Swimming 11, 125 Football 12. "AIl+aIl it's heaven and hell." Great times with - RM, DB,
Big J, SB Nautilus RD - Summer "SO" with Andy, Clutz - at abanaki - typed papers by
Sis - Porsche 928 - The White Whale Candy - Thanks lor everything, Mom and Dad
Nancy Jane Fischbein
70 Wendell Road
With gratitude to my teachers and eternal friendship to Jane. Love to D.H. and SM. "When
you part from your friend, you grieve not, for that which you love most in him may be clearer
in his absence." - Kahlil Gibran
40 Voss Terrace
Basketball 1 1, Softball 11, 12. "Those who do not believe in the future have already lost
the present, those who dare not dream will not change realities."
55 Wayne Road
"Cherish yesterday, Dream tomorrow, Live today." Springsteen '80, Boston, Puff, Horse
Shows, Florida Charles, BK, KT, LS, Jerry. Thanx to my family for a lot of love and
135 Hartman Road
Debbi, Wherever you are it is your friends who make your world. Love and thanks to all of
you! SJ. - Friends together in sunshine and in shade. Mom, Dad, Arthur, thank you for
everything you've taught me - I love you!
Mark Andrew Fleming
1717 Beacon Street
Good friends, Goodbye. Good luck. Maybe l'll see you later! Love to Mom and Dad.
"Knowledge may give weight, but accomplishments give lustre, and many more people see
Neal Alan Foman
46 Tanglewood Road
French Club 10, President 11, 12, Denebola Fine Arts Editor 12g Shakespeare 10, 11, 12.
"All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players."
Judith A. Foster
40 Roosevelt Road
Good luck to all my friends. Kim, the geisha girl is here. Thanks to Mom and Dad. "A fool will
lose tomorrow reaching back for yesterday. lwon't turn my head in sorrow if you should go
112 Cynthia Road
MB , Best of friends never part. Love you always Mom and Dad. "To know is nothing at all,
to imagine is everything." "Wherever you are it is your own friends that make the world."
Lorri Ellen Fried
24 Great Meadow Road
Track 10, 11, 12. Good luck MM, LA, EK, JF, CB. Brighams 9:00 A.M. David and Michael,
good luck at South. Thanks, Mom and Dad, for all your love and support. "Don't put off til'
tomorrow what you can do today."
141 Evelyn Road
Regulus . . . sounds more like a Iaxalive.
49 Rockland Place
Football 12, Basketball 10, 11, Capt. 123 Golf 10, 11, 12. Love and thanks to Mom and Dad.
"Always have pride in what you do."
170 Hartman Road
Italian Club 11, 12, Cheerleading 11, 12. Parties B.C, U. Mass. Celebrations, EY 8 WT, hey
Brett! Ouerik, Private Stock! Shaun in my VANN! All niters. K.A.T.J.GTF. Special thanks to
my family and Good luck to the class of "81"!
667 Chestnut Street
667 Chestnut Street
Thank you siblings. l have had a hard three years here. Thank you all who helped and
supported me. Mom and Dad, Mr. Pearl and all my friends. Stage Crew is great. I love ya all,
especially Robin. "Life is but a frame of mind, and happiness depends on your point of
866 Beacon Street
SRC 12, May Arts Week 11, 12. "May somD our paths cross, for then I shall know you as a
person with feelings, Not just another passin' face in the halls." "GOD BLESS THE
141 Countryside Road
Varsity Soccer 123 Acton U.S. History: Rebellion, Track: 11, Rigor Mortis, Manitou 11 yr.
olds. Col. League, Peter P. Soccer Youngstown, C.W. Thanks: Mom, Dad, Jayne, DS, SB,
HR, GR, CW, PK, MS.A. Sara AHUH.
556 Quinobequin Road
Graphic Arts foreman Love and respect to Mom. Deepest thanks to my family and friends, . ,, 1
Barry B ,and Mr. Goggin. Love to Ro and Fred. Suzanne, I love and thank you for the many 4
taritastic moments! Good luck class of 1981! it
Kenneth J. Gordon
29 Sharpe Road '
New Year's '79, Good friends, Boss, Molson, Mich Light, Spain '79, Cross Country,
"TraditionalLunches."Thanksto Mom t Dad,foryourlove and patience.Goodluckto my ' 6 I
friends, "The door's open, but the ride ain't free." - Bruce Springsteen.
Lynda Sue Gordon
16 Cynthia Road
Cheerleading 11, 12. Thanks to all my friends - we've had some great times. Those Sat.
nights. Summer '8O' at Nantasket Beach. G.W. - best friends forever. Mom and Dad -
thanks for being there. I love you, l leave to South no more Gordons.
3 Bradford Road
47 Grace Road
Soccer 10, 11, Football Manager 12. Never forget good times with my special friends.
College parties. Let's celebrate CB, New York, To the best family in the world. I will love
222 Baldpate Hill Road l
"Grope", RK., D.M., D,C., "When will P.J.M. grow up?" lwill never forget Julie, Wrestling
1, 2, Capt, 3. "lt's time to move on, but the memories here will last forever."
787 Sawmill Brook Parkway
George Groussis i
3 Carl Street
"THEO", Soccer 10, 11, Capt. 12, Outdoor Track 10, 11, Capt. 12. Thanks to Mom and Dad
Shelagh L. Hackett
48 Windsor Road
"In one of the stars I shall be living. In one of them I shall be laughing." The W.W, right Les?
Love to: Ben 4HaHaJ 81 Andy, Ginger, Steve 8- David. Thanks Mrs. T, Mr. H. Oh it's time to
start livin' - Berthe
Wendy Ft. Hahn
636 Boylston Street
I'Il never forget Illusions, Narcissus, B-B, Celebrations Keep on dancing. Good times with
all my friends: EY peace KS, AW, SZ, GF, sailors my love to Colin, Thanks to Mom 8. Dad. Hi
58 Andrew Street
"To thine own self be true, Thou canst not then be false to any man." Prez. 12, Tiny dancer
10, 11, 123 Intercambiog Cheri - friends forever, Gayle - loyalty, Kevin - ILY Thanx
family 81 friends. Now I believe in me.
Jon Maurice Hanauer
124 Parker Avenue
Jon wants to take a year off and work, and possibly take some classes.
Gail M. Hargrove
45 Copeland Street
Keith S. Harris
59 Hutchings Street
x I KOOL Soccer 1O, 11, 123 Basketball 11, 12. Never mind what others think or say, do what
I makes you proud of yourself. K.R. - Ace since yr. 2 Romeo, 2 - Tones, The
, i 0 Ladytsj, The Room, The Teams, B.C.C., Mom 8 Dad. Good luck B.S.U.
I 1 I X
Rebecca H. Hartman is
43 Hillside Road
Leora Y. Hasten
77 Halcyon Road is
I'The only way to have a friend is to be one." BBUG -A- NYC Rspark noogie summer s - off
pigouts bulge ski - TCFCRHD G-Bye SZCEARLHLZLYCF Esp Carlal Thanx Mom 8- Dad
xox. Never let your schooling interfere with your education.
600 Dedham Street fs
International Club, Stage Crew. Since there is not much room here, I'Il just thank the people
I met in my first and last year in South. Good luck to future grads. L-A-an
-V,-. X -x
Deborah S. Hellman
175 Brookline Street
Jean Ann Hendrix
64 Carl Street
l , Goodwin
H Much love 8- luck to all my friends - Donna, a friendship like ours will never end. You were 3 4'
I always there. Thanx. Cheerleading 11, 12, Capt. 12, Double Sessions '79p Ronnie - l'II
i never forget you! The Lipsons Mom, Thanx for being my best friendg I love you.
Robert E. Henken
32 June Lane
"Never give way to melancholy, resist it steadily, for the habit will encroach." Thanks to
some great friends for great memories . . . Special thanks to Mom and Dad.
i Lorna L. Hentoff
I 30 Madoc Street
"Good times may come and go, but their memories last forever." lt's been real - Laura,
Paula, pigouts 8. Diets wfCarlotta, MT. I.D. Janet, Joyce, Blg. Leora, L.L., B.H. love to
Mom 8. Mel. Don't call me Dooney! Where's planet Claire?
Mark J. Hernandez
2 10 Proctor Street
I l Wheeler
I Football 10, 11, 123 Lacrosse 10, 11, Capt. 12. "lf you ever have anything worthwhile to
l say, it will be worth it." - A. Kojoyian - Thanks to coaches and best of luck to friends.
! BK, PA, RJ and his CORNER HW, AI, PA+MK - NSL, NHL . . . Thanks Mom and Dad.
Q t I I I I I I I I l
Michael J. Hinds
16 Abbott Street
Led Zep 111 Stones Never forget Geils 81 Cars concert with BHLJ KVDB + GCPCMS.
Always remember the kids from T-ville 81 Hlds. Falls rtt STHOFTR - Hindsy - Vito,
Thanks Mom 81 Dad.
Mark S. Hochberg
11 Hanson Road
76 Cutlass 69 Z-28 68 Chevy - Winter couldn't have been more fun! Trouble was always
fun, fun was always trouble. Thanks Mom and Dad. Good luck Demmy PA BK MH PK RJ JM
RK PK LY LH NB NSHS. It's been fun!!
Moira A. Houlihan
214 Beacon Street
Stage Crew 11, 125 Cross Country Ski team 10, 11, 123 Science Fiction Club 11, 12. "We
do not what we oughtg what we ought not, we do, and lean upon the thought that chance will
bring us through."
Samuel S. lshikawa
102 Nehoiden Road
Avery Lee lssner
472 Dudley Road
Science Club 10, 115 Energy Club 11. "The future belongs to those who prepare for it."
Benjamin Franklin. I wish to thank the staff for my Faculty and Spanish Awards.
Alan J. Ives
25 Elmore Street
Lacrosse 11, Captain 12, '81 All American Lacrosse, AI HW RT PD JC MH BK. Dana and
Alan forever. Goal: be halt the person my Mom is and Father was. "No one can make you
K feel inferior without your consent." Millerman UM NY 65 Val.
1 Seniors T 143
T TTC l
Richard A. Jaques
99 Bowdoin Street
Jaksey. Wrestling 11, 12. Yes, Chaisson, I am the last!! Fri 8 Sat. Nights in the Hlds. and
South lot. Good luck to -4 BK and the big guy, Herni, Hoch, PA, JH, DL, JM, Al. The corner
79-80 Thanks Ma for making it bearable. Time to eat!
40 Hinckley Road F
Suzanne Beth Julian
40 Collins Road
"Had to get away to see what we could find, hope the days that lie ahead bring us back to
where they've led, listen not to what's been said to you." - C.S.N. - Dave - thanks for ,
three unreal years - love you. Thanks M 8 D C 81 K,
69 Clifton Road
Volleyball 10, 11, 123 Tennis 1O, 11, 12 fmgrjg Basketball - 11, 12. David - all my love.
Janie -the best of friends forever - thanks. My love to my friends. l couldn't have made it
without you AC RS LR AP CB RT VO GM BL JH PO at parties NYE '80, '81. "Let the good
Paula M. Kandar
47 Chandler Place
Laura and Lorna, no one could ask for two better friends. Nanc, thanx for being such a good
friend -love ya! PS don't say anything! EB listen to sis 8- me! Luck and love to the rest of
the girls. Love to Mom, Dad, K 8 S C, Al 81 UP Jay 67 16! 77. l'll always love you, "swear to
199 Winchester Street
Basketball 10, 11, 12, Lacrosse 10. 11, 12. "Just can't wait," Geils. Thanks Mom and Dad.
To the good times, Demike, Roy, LC, SD, KM, MM, MH, DS, HG ,... "69" Camaro, Dr. "G"
Hoops, "Friday 8. Saturday nights with the oldies."
Bryan Karr -
50 Dudley Road I
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Goodwin '--af X
155 Woodward Street
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Michael Jay Kasten
137 Lake Avenue
Football 10, 11, capt. 12g Basketball 10, 11, co-capt. 123 Baseball 10, 11, capt 12. "One
ought to see everything that one has a chance to see, because in life not many have one
chance and none has two." - Sard Harker. Moons in Smiley's, "you wimp" "Wouldent not
wunt." Thanx Kojo.
217 Woodward Street
" ... I have promises to keep, and miles to go before I sleep." - Robert Frost. Best
wishes to all my friends. Great times with Lotte, Becky, Kaela, Louise - Good Luck.
Special thanks to Mr. Y and my family.
20 Hammond Pond Parkway
CW, RW, LD, Veg out forever yea! "For long you live, and high you fly, smiles you give, and
tears you cry, and all you touch, and all you see, is all your life will ever be." REGULARZ!
Ant melting in wax! The Grate, Mickey is my hero. Gran Larsony! Luv ya Ma!
88 Stanley Road
The Big Guy. Hockey 10, 11, 12, Lacrosse 10, 11, capt. 12. Jane S PH MH JG DM SM KF RJ
Al. Thanks Mom and Mel.
25 Mechanic Street
Goodbye to all the friends I leave behind me and good luck to all those who go on to their
future destinations. Mom, I love you and respect you IMMENSELYI POPSIE I MADE IT.
Daniel Joseph Kiley
110 Parker Street
Chauncey, Gent. "Some men see things as they are and say why. l dream things that never
were and say why not." Shaw. Franceg Skiing, swan boatsg history, vicious, vile ours.
273 Upland Avenue
It isn't really me. Put more mist'ry in the eyes and magic behind the smile. . .Thanx Crew
and all who made NS berabl. ESP. Rach and Jess, I love you both. 81 Mealy, Y.B. 8. Chez.
Floyd . . . What More? - Russell Klein and Poetic License.
39 Wayne Road
"Klinger" "Do it till you get it right." Times with the boys and DC. To the once 3 Muske-
teers Oh yeah thanx, Ma 8. Dad.
Elizabeth Kogos !'
I1 Tirrell Crescent
SA, SB, DC, JL, LS, KT, DW, Friendship'sjust a little word, it's you who make it big! Poo - 3
my second sister, Sherill - my first - both always there. Magic - 1st love. Jordach - xl 1
my escape. M t D - a special place inside for you Billy, my shining starg I love you always.
518 Ouinobequin Road
"Forgive my hurrying cleated boots, If I have trampled flowers. I hasten for so much to see
and yet so short the hours." Friends, I love you! Family, I love you too: Keeks, TLA.
135 Langley Road
"And the sound is the sound ofthe sea under the bam under the boo under the bamboo
tree." TS. Eliot
59 Baldpate Hill Road
History Club 10, 11, 12, Debate Team 10, 11, 125 Vice-pres. 12, Model Congress 12. Those
who work will get their reward. .A
25 White Avenue
All the good times T-Ville 81 the Doors with: Mychi '79, '80. It almost worked, "Big Sis" -I
will always try. KS, SL, BH, JU, IS, LR, DO, LJ, BJM, John - 1436 The Chain M 8 D - if you
only knew how much I love you. Q
It a ca 'Nw
167 Warren Street
Lacrosse 10, 11, 12, Swimming 12, Denebola. "Rose tint my world, keep me safe from
trouble and pain." - RHPS SEHSURC Best times with Becky, Joyce, Susan, Kaela 8. the
team bruiser - Juanita KKK Happy B-Day Laura. Love to my family and Mr. C. ,gg
Maria Frances Leporini
79 Parker Ave
Italian Club 11, 12. All the good times I had in school with all my friends during my best year
of all almost makes me want to go back,
16 Kerr Path
as French Club 10, 11, 125 South High Speaksg Italian Club 11, 123 History Club 125 Denebola
55 Fairlee Road
"And indeed there will be time! ... Time for you and time for me,!And time yet for a
hundred indecisions,!And lor a hundred visions and revisions,!Before the taking of a toast
and tea." - T.S. Eliot
David K. Leavitt
75 Lovett Road
Explorer's Club 10, 11. "Time is a jet planeg it moves too fast." What a learning exper-
,J ience! Mrs. M. Great times with Ben S and SS. Never forget Summer '80 BP Bye KGS and
15 Deborah Road
36 Longwell Road
A.. 1 "Like a guest that stayed too long now, it's finally time to leaveg take it calmly and serene
it's the famous final scene." Seger. Sabra 4! 15f80 til forever - Love you! Springsteen
F47 f SJ Concert '80 with my best friend.
1 F fi
X 24 Marvin Lane
Hockey 12. "Nothing you can do but you can learn how to be you in time." - Bealtes
"Dream on but don't imagine they'll all come true." - Billy Joel
Ronald C. Lipof
37 Baldpate Hill Road
Football 10, Baseball 10, Skiing 11. "lt's my turn." Debbie "Always and Forever" RL 81 DL
8 JM 81 SD l VC, VPPTSA, BAYGL. Caddy '48, I know l'Il never love this way again for
anyone but Mom, Dad, Cheryl, Mark, Ricky, Phil. Prom '80 Prom '81. Here I comell
Julie Beth Lipsett
21 Levbert Road
"Best of friends never part" New Years 1999 w!DW, DC, LK, LS, SA, SB, Slumber Party,
Fla. PC, Brandeis, Duet with SA, Mlsn X-Country '79, Baygl Nush, Nan. Good luck to my
friends - Miss ya, Jibbs, Most of all thanks to my family.
Donna Joy Lipson
102 Oakdale Road
Cheerleading 11, 12, Capt. 11, 12. "l'm wishing on a star" Jean - best of friends always!
Thanks for everything! Prom '80 Bobby - f1!1!8OD "Such a night" Michael - thanks for
being there. Luck 81 Love to all my friends. Mom, Dad, El., Sher., 8. Dave: You're the best!!
Martha Brooke Lipson
69 Nehoiden Road
"You make your own dream. . .you have to do it yourself." - John Lennon. What are you
supposed to do at stop signs anyway! Berkshires - unforgettable friends. SKOL to Steph
and Sweden. Cyprian waiters,
5 Malubar Lane
Denebola 10, 11, Business Manager - 3 issues, Band 10, 12, Marching Band 12. "What if A3
a much of a which of a wind." "I read the news today oh boy." - John Lennon -1
44 Marshall Street
"Sue, Suzy, Mouse" "Every man must march to his own music." Concert Choir 10, 11, 12, I
Science fiction 12, International Club 12. Music and the Allman brothers 4ever! l'lI always 'a
be in music! Good luck to class '82. -
57 Hyde Street
Goodwin A if
"For long you live and high you fly and smiles you'lI give and tears you'll cry and all you
touch and all you see is all your life will ever be." - PF. Thanks friends and Crew, LZ, SH, SI
56 Nehoiden Road
X-Country 10, 11, 12, Golf 11, 12. "I'm looking for me you're looking for you, we're looking
for each other and we don't know what to do." - The Who -
Mark Kevin Lottor
61 Homestead Street
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38 Deborah Road
Wherever you are it is your own friends who make your world. Love and Thanks, to all of
you! When a friend asks, there is no tomorrow - LB. Mom, Dad, Rhonda, Bob and Nancy
- He that flies from his own family has far to travel ILY 12897
l Russell Macphail
15 Charles Street
"Guy" Thanks to my family 81 RD, JR, DF, DM,. SL, MR, VS, KM, SA, TN MW 81 Pope The
Who CRCC SMAS "You only live twice" - lan Fleming - and get well DY Rolling Stones
' Christopher Madden
1 46 Devonshire Road
! Swimming 10, 11, Capt 12, Soccer 123 LFC 11, Prez. 12. "They were the best oftimes, they
1 were the worst of times." Halloween '79 with DP, GL, MF 100.
t Jonathan P. Maletz
. 5 1
284 Upland Avenue
1 Acting 1O, 11, 12, Jazz Band 10, 11, 12, Classic Club Pres. "lt's a fool who plays it cool by
l making his world a little colder." Remember Israel!
624 Beacon Street
, l "lt's my turn to turn and say good-bye, to see what I can see, to reach and touch the sky."
Q The B-room -take over PP, and JG and BSU, Real friends last forever. Thanks to SB, LV,
AW, TM Mom and Dad you're the best. I made it!
72 Esty Farm Road
"Tuna" Baseball 10, 11, 12, Jazz Ensemble 1 1, 12, Thanks VO., SG, DS, TS SA, Summer of
'80 and all those stratomatic fanatics.
Robert Bruce Marcy
59 High Street
Thanks to the great staff at Newton South fora good three years and good luck to future
Newton South graduates, GTHPMl
Patrick A. Marden
48 Thurston Road
"714" "People say that I'm a dreamer, but l'm not the only one. Maybe some day you'll join
us, and the world will live as one," Beatles Love ya Ma and JL. Mr. Puke Stream days with
Mickey Mouse MA Veg 4ever.
Maria Denise Marios
41 Great Meadow Road
"Marios" lf you love something very much, set it free. Ii it does not return, it wasn't meant to
be. If it does, love it forever. Greece '78 Hawaii '78 The limo. Brighams 9 A.M. Luck to LF
EK LA WH JG JF EY. Stephanie, we made it. Geno, you're the best. Special thanx to Mom
33 Collins Road
Mary Elizabeth McAvoy
19 Cheney Street
Movin' on doesn't say good-bye to yesterday. b-ball, tennis, France '81. Amazing CC
summers, TSQ, btid! storms - brewskies boppin' - yumi - DI, Outlaws 8. Charly'sg O 8-
EWFQ MA '78'? PW, JC, CC, LD, munchin' 81 all great X'sg MPBSDPp CD the 4, BS 8. t'sg BC
sr.'? 878' "Mar" Teddy' Thanks M 81 D ILY!
Anne Louise McCrory
6 Ridge Avenue
"Remembered joys are never past." l'll miss ya JL, AR, PB, BZ - we made it! Remember
concerts - JP, GS, LA, SS, Field Hockey, French Exchange '81. 11f7!79, COZ, diets,
petite feet, injuries, working. Thanks Mom, Dad, Shmoo 8- you too Kath!
72 Fisher Avenue
"Our time has come." Good luck Frank-O. Keith, Kyle, and Gail. Judy, Geisha Girl is here!
.Carolyn look out for the sophs, Thanks Karl, AJ's G-PA l Ma, A.B., Nana - Love you Ma,
Dad, and Greg.
34 Carver Road
Soccer 10, 11, capt. 12, Track 10, 12, Softball 10, 11, 12. "We will make our dream come
true doing it out way." CT, JB, CD, KS, LB, RF, PR, PB, PD, PK, RTDS St. Sebs 17 yrs. SD
skiing, hockey. Luck and love Tom, Kelly, Colleen. Thanks cuz, Patty. Luv ya always Mom 81
:,--5 11- 'U'
8 Madoc Street
"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times." SHELAGH I warm wall break a leg,
Kaela. Love to Ben, Vinny 8 Mr. H - Thanks Mr. H. "We've got parts to perform, hearts to
24 Carl Street
Swimming 11, 125 Spanish Club 11, 12, International Club 12, Regulus 12. "I am not afraid
ol tomorrow, for I have seen yesterday and I love today." Ice chips wfJ R 8. T!! JOJOJO
love you - SFL.
Joseph M. McNulty
23 Kenwood Avenue
"From our mistakes we must surely be learning." The Guys at the Villa '78-'81, The Doors
in Cutler. Thanks to Cheryl and Barbara and a special thanks to Mom and Dad. The Woel
54 Sheldon Road
"The secret of life is enjoying the passage of time." - J.T. K-omni '79, VenfAruba MECO.
R - JM 81 SD 81 RL 8. DL I VC Good luck to all my friends. Thanks Mom and Dad for all your
support. - You are my star!
155 Cynthia Road
Volleyball 10, 11, 125 Skiing 10, 11, 12, Lacrosse 10, 11, 12. "A smile makesthe sun shine,
the moon glow and the days full of joy." "Friendship is a never-ending rainbow," Sue, Deb
- thanks for being my brightest colors along the way.
David Robert Miller
27 Grace Road
"I couIdn't believe it - I just had to find out for myself that there are some things in this
world you just can't explain." Charlie Daniels Great Times wfthe boys and DC DI JR
Memories Israel '80 Good luck K 81 B, Mom 8- Dad - THANKS!
39 Homewood Road
"Yes there are two paths you can go by, but in the long run there's still time to change the
road you're on." Much love and thanks to my family and friends iespecially the "children"
and my SPECIAL FRIEND, THWIJ.
Ethan B. Miller
29 Gammons Road
"Clint" "Boy, graduate high school and I still have to take out the trash!" "Hey Ben"
Wrestling H4-SKINS Dave and Loreni the Best, Mom and Dad: call it an edge x-pernce.
"R1versfIow. The sea sings. Oceans roar. Tides rise. Who am I? A small pebble on a giant
shoreg who am I to ask who I am? lsn't it enough to be?" -from an American Indian poem.
Paul Miller Q, .45
27 Roundwood Road
Indoor Track 10, 11, l2, Outdoor Track 10, 11, capt. 12, Football 123 "Meet all of life's
challenges with confidence and motivation and you will succeed." MG GG, LD, MW,
Fishing ED, Shaft, PJMRD. Love and thanks to Mom and Dad - RM, AK, DON's car chase, ' f
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I Philip Jay Miller
' 105 Wayne Road
"We are the creators of our own destiny." My endless appreciation to my family without
whose love and respect I am lost. Ros - 1985 and all in between. RL SDM 8 SB my luck.
Grope and Jen, you're the best. Look out world . ..
38 Indian Ridge Road
"Tammy" Cheerleading 11, capt. 12. Waste - "Best of friends never part." KA - Cape
Cod '8O. Mush - Chinatown, etc. NS - I'm always here for you. Scott - team work.
Wayne et al. - I love you - Mom and Dad - thanks for caring. Goodbye South.
Stacy Drew Modell
44 Wendell Road
l "Don'1 be afraid to take a big step. You can't cross a chasm in two small jumps." Thanks
Mom and Pam for your love and inspiration. Never forget: Wham, LR, NF, PP, PX, MB, MR,
EP, EVS, Bleiwas, Caras, Chez, D-Day, MUNS, Denebola.
Margaret A. Moreau '
36 Champa Street
i Donna M. Morgan
173 Delhi Street I
BSU 10, 11, 12. I want to thank my mother and father for helping me make it through these
Guyle Evan Morris '
147 Hartman Road I
Wheeler i ,
I Producer of South High Speaks 11, 12. "There must be some way out of here?" - Bob I
Dylan. Buick '79 Caddy '70 Bug '71, Great times with RK, ET, CT, TM, AC, LK, AA, NS,
SARGEANT, WHO, Getting DL on 8!2Of79. Thanx Mom and Dad and Grant for everything!
152 f Seniors
250 Hammond Pond Parkway
"Although we seem to be at the end of the road, there are still more that need to be paid."
- Genesis. Thanks JS, AP, RM, JR, RD, DF, DM, ED, SA, HA, KP, MR, RV, DB. Soccer, golf
course. Thanks Mom.
1115 Boylston Street
ltchie, Guy, Jay! Pope, Golf, The GREEN. BW '79. The War. Bye. OY '81.
Gregory R. Murphy
36 Pine Crest Road
11, 12, Big Macs 11,
CAF 10, 11, 12, Vandalism 10, 12. O.T.H. SKULL.
Timothy J. Murphy
1458 Beacon Street
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Sandra Michelle Nagler
72 Westgate Road
Sandy, Today is the tomorrow you thought about yesterday. BAYGL CC Thanks to friends
- ESP JB "Goodbye doesn't mean forever." Follow every rainbow til you find your dream.
Jeri, we made it! Mom and Dad, I love you!
29 Lovett Road
Skiing 10, 11, 12, Tennis 11, 12, Music 10, 11, 12. "Don't walk in front of me, I may not
follow. Don't walk behind me, I may not lead. Walk beside me and just be my friend."
88 Pine Ridge Road
Skiing and Tennis 10, 11, 12. "lsn't it funny how a bear likes honey? Buzz! Buzz! Buzz! I
wonder why he does?" - Winnie the Pooh. Nova Scotia and DC. bike trips - JA, SL, GS,
DH, Remember - RN, JS, JN, ES, EM, Midnight Frisbee, the wipe-out, the cup.
9 Forest Street
Now I am looking forward towards new and better things, but stop a moment to remember
the good times I have already had. Good luck Friends. Keep in touch.
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26 Beacon Street
International 11, 121 French Club 12, "lt my mind can conceive it, and my heart can believe
it, I can achieve il." Thanks Mom and Dad. Thanks MR, ACE, EG, MD.
24 Norman Road
X-Country Ski Team 10, 11, 12: Reflections 12, NEW 12. "A contented man is never
Russell C. Nicoletti
60 Pontiac Road
Hockey 10, 11, 12, Baseball 10, 11, capt. 12. Good luck to all my friends especially HG,
CW, GR, and RB. Thanks, Lisa, for putting up with me. I couIdn't have done it without you.
Never forget the fires. Mom and Dad, thanks for everything. Mark, it's not that bad.
11 Brandeis Circle
As the spectrum of a rainbow blazes its colors across my eyes, I realize that my friends are
the pot of gold! Bets - Corkscrew, parties, 99, M-Pan Good times with KK, MA, TM, RM.
Sweden, Nefty, French Exchange Atl. City, Love you all! Friends make rain. . . rainbows!!
23 Keele Avenue
Summers in NH "TDTFOTB" pb's and Tb's Proms TUB Lives on! Chadwicks w!LPH,
Antarctica, yogurt twins, rating "Behind Blue eyes" Thanks G 8- B for two good years "so
much for that."
261 Dorset Road
"We do not have to visit a madhouse to find disordered minds, our planet is the mental
institution of the universe." Von Goethe.
Miriam Adina Ochs
98 Ridge Avenue
"God, I know this is going to sound ridiculous, but this boy loves this duck . . . " Pippin.
147 Lake Avenue
"No human thing is of serious importance."
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Franklin P. Ollivierre
212 Parker Street
tFrank-OJ Basketball 10, 11, 12, Track 123 Debate 12, Orchestra 10, 11, 12. "There is no
failure except in no longer trying." Two tones foreverl Romeo, Kool, Starsky 1-11 Bye Young
Bucks and All my Sweethearts!Mom, Dad, Sis 81 Bro are the best.
28 Grace Road
"Still crazy after all these years." Swimming 10, 11, 123 Greatest times with the team,
Israel '79, RHPS, Camelot, 11525, Best of friends, LT, Lotte, Becky, Lorna, Erica, C's K's, S
Victor Hugo Otero
114 Hartman Road
B-ball 10, 11, 12, Baseball 10, 11, 12. "Ice" "Lookout, lookout, l'm coming out." Gracias
Mama, Papa, Mamalila, Pipo, Rica y pinky. Remember: Intercambio, B-Team, Boiler room,
High 5, Suicides. Good luck: DS, SG, LM, MB, RS, MV, LK, BL, MG, KT, TM, LS, HC Chez.
CW, SA, AR, AL. Thanks South and K108.
35 Pickwick Road
Lacrosse 10, 11, 12, Field Hockey 11, 12. l'Il never forget the parties with Gina, Bio and
Erika, JO, MT, ID, Lornal, Jen in NH. Fight, Score, Win? l.L.Y.M.P.!
10 Osborne Path
"Oh you've gotta have friends, the feeling's oh so strong. You've gotta have friends, to
make that day last long." Thanx to all my true friends who listened to me when I needed a
listener. Love to MM Gang especially one. TY M 81 D.
139 Winchester Street
"When you open up your life to the living, all things come spilling in on you and you're
flowing like a river The Changer and The Changed." CW I love you all my dearest friends.
Pamela A. Pantos
3 Sagamore Road
Whatever is worth doing at all is worth doing well. - Music is love in search of a word.
Pirates History Day Beaux The Bird HMUN Clubs and Advisors Caras, Shaw, West, etc.
Mom. Dad, Spike 81 Kirk I love you - Peeps.
1734 Beacon Street
The moral to my story is plain but true. Don't get down Monday, or you'Il just be blue. Early
in the morning is a schoolboy's fate, when Saturday comes, you can always sleep late.
92 Cragmore Road
International Club 125 State Crew 12. Descendant of the Vikings. Came to conquer the U.S.
in the course of one year. Thanks for giving me a good start.
58 Country Club Road
"Sailing takes me away to where I heard it could be. It's the dream and the wind that carry
me, Soon I will be free." CC. Thanx RG, GP Bloomies EWF "Run wild out on the edge of
time. Child carry your dreams away, No one can hold you now for you are an island." BJS.
David S. Phillips
116 Andrew Phillips
"Every man has his daydreams, every man has his goals - I want to know what life means
and be at the controls." Immortal: The crest - lefty, Big Bro., SHS, Soccer, Explorers,
Pong, HMUN, Cal. West, WOP to many super people - Thanks for sharing 17 years , ..
Take care, me!
373 Winchester Street
"Friendship is just a little wordg it's people who make it big." l'll always remember and
cherish the good times with all my friends. Thanks Mom and Dad, Kevin and Paul, and most
of all. thanks to all my friends,
133 Winslow Road
Football 11, 121 Lacrosse 12. Outlaws, Kinks down the Cape to All the good parties with
everyone - Brian Ned Rob Jen Cheryl Mary Rhonda Mac Ant to all the "Doors" 70 Monte
Back lot parties Chabunions. All my love to Lupe.
85 Pond Brook Road
Friendships will remind us that unity will guide us and never must we let our spirits die.
RRLAGNAF DINGPALING. Thanks for the help friends and family. Swimming Snowing DEAD
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Andrew M. Porter
30 Caldon Path
Benjamin Michael Porter
73 Beaconwood Road
Football: Gymnastics. "You are not worth the dust which the rude wind blows in your face
Lear Act IV, Sc. ll. Thumbing to KC and back. John Lennon is gone but a good year anyway
' So long South. Thanks, Mom and Dad.
117 Cypress Street
236 Baldpate Hill Road
To all my friends - Good times last forever, LD - 9!3f81 - "F.F."g LSD - never
changes. Thanks to my family - I made it! 81 I luv u all.
23 Chandler Place
"Have faith in you and the things you do, you won't go wrong." Tub lives on CD PH Yogurt
'X Twins Wrestling LAX the Halls with SZ, SN, LH, Antarctica MU REDROB icechips. To Mom
I want to fly
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David Michael Quillen
32 Rockledge Road
Swim Team 10, 11, 12, Stage Crew10, 11, 123 Exp. Club 10, 11, 12,
166 Greenwood Street
Field Hockey 10, 11, capt. 12, Lacrosse 10, 11, 12, "We do not remember days, only
moments," Buon Giorno Erika! You're gonna love this one . . . Give me a break! Oh Rats! ',,
Bigger is not always better, Mr. FA.
Andrea Lee Resh
83 Oakdale Road
Cheerleading 11, capt. 12, Lacrosse 11. "Friendship is a small word. It's the people who
make it big." Butch - I found my special someone. - Thanks to my friends - "Let the
good times roll," Special thanks to Mom, Dad, and Elyse.
William N. Reynolds
21 Dwhinda Road
Kyle L. Richards
45 Wellington Hill Street
Lisa Ann Richmond
201 Cypress Street
"The Doors" CD MD RS CJ JC JM MV WS LD CC' LS credits! Hey fag I made it! Thanks for
always being there, Lisa and Furl MC lt's likel JL many good times past, many to comel
David - Never forget you! fHonestD Thanks to my family.
99 Oxford Road
Basketball 10, 1 1, Tennis 10, 11, 12. "Dream and let dream because the dreams of today
are the reality of the future." Dead corpse, Austria '81, Hey Aritt, Zorch, Thanks MB, KD,
MC, Hooker Alley. Thanks Mom and Dad.
Paula S. Roach
11 Hale Street
"The times we shared together have faded in the past." Always remember SD ECK, HB, -
NB, LD, CB, CC, LA KM, The Falls, AC, LM, SZ, PK B-Block, Needham High Crash,
Strawberry Hill Duckie, Waddles '81 . The cafe, starting over never forget KC, GTO's Craig,
Mike, Kevin, Paul, All my love, Mom 8. Dad.
633 Sawmill Brook Parkway
"l'm wishing on a star." Party 78-81 Joy Rumors r nothing - we know what they don't. Bye
special ones - u know who u r. Memories r forever - Luv to all friends. Mwac with all my
devotion. Thanks Mom,
31 Louise Road
67 Wade Street
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62 Hamlet Street
Barry David Roos
Wh- 270 Country Club Road
"l'm leaving the starting gate of life . . .my only goal is to find its winner's circle." U.K. I'm
on my way. Thanks to my friendsi LT, JD, JB, JB, and all the rest. To my family, thanks for
the support and the patience.
411 Parker Street
A . . this is a piece too fair to be a child of chance, not of care, no atoms casually together
hurI'd could e're produce so beautiful a world. LOVE l've ONLY JUST BEGUN ...
51 Marla Circle
"Looks like we made it," JBCWJHRNDPBNCBRS Thanks for the best yrs. and those to
come. Pub, La, Flara, icf, "Bagel," 4 A.M.g Hf Day, SHS 11, D 81 Pl 12, DBA 10, 11, 125 MUN
12, Love to Mom and Dad. BRDRPR and CR, Thanks 81 always strive for the best.
James K. Rosenthal
5 Harwich Road
New Years, Football, Molson, Mich Lt, Pass out! Tradit lunch, Blues Bros? Vtnam, Fat Rich,
Jade ls., ARC, Hi Bachi, Seclusion? Cards! Thanx: Benny, Gregg, Jeff 8. Billy: Silky-tapes, '-
ETCI Mom 8. Dad - needed you all the way! Deb 8- Margi - I luv you so much, Susan -
BG's party, keep smiling, I love you.
60 Dwhinda Road
Swimming 10, 1 1, captain 12. "Forthe first time in my life, my eyes are wide open." - John
Lennon Great times with Great Friends. Toot. "Livin' in a postcard." Lupe, smile - it's
I over, Ding-a-ling eat a monster The Doors. Thanx to all.
171 Wiswall Road
"See me, what I am, what I was, what l'Il be, hear me, understand that I'm not what you
see." Gentle Giant. Remember: The Gang, Mongo, concerts, Avoda. Mom and Dad: without
its roots, even the strongest tree will die. "What will I be, when l grow up to be a man." - 4,4
24 Mountfort Road
Lori Beth Rudnick
, 15 Buff Circle 5
l Life Skills 10, 11, 12: Denebola 10, 11, Production Editor, 12: Big Sister l1,ReguIus 11, 12.
Venezuela '81! All my love and thanks to my family and friends. "Destiny is not a matter of 1
chance: it is a matter of choice." KS, JB - Best of friends forever. F- 1
5 Marjorie Saltiel
95 Cynthia Road
Mush. There had to be an easier way! Debate 12. Thanx Jo, LG, KA, LF, TM. You're all ,
1 super. Thanx Mom and Dad for always being there. Good luck '81! X IA ,
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24 Burnside Road I
Tennis 10, 11, 12. "Imagine there's no heaven. It's easy if you try. No hell below us and
above us only sky." Thank you, all the guys, and Mom and Dad, SMAC CRCC, RM, KM, RD,
MD, AP, JR, TS, 221. 'S - -fs
Scott Sandberg 1
121 Hartman Road I
l Wheeler x I
Baseball 10. The power of negative thinking. VO, DS, LM, TS, JM, SL, SA, LM, AP, and CB: P - X 1
Thanx for all the great times we had. .
6 Country Club Fload
Literary Editor, Regulus. "Change everything except your loves." To all my friends - I
love you. Will never forget Nantasket. All my love M t A. Simply for Jeff. To my parents, all
Philip Andrew Sawin
95 Lincoln Street
Music 10, 11, 12 President, Track 10, 11, 12, Cross Country 11, 12. "Well, well, the old
have had their day, the young must take their turn, there's something always to forget, and
something still to learn." - Holmes.
Michael P. Schiavone
51 Oak Street
Baseball 1O, 11, 12. Never forget MH, PC, MG, TS, SD, DM, MM, CC, Always remember
Falls, Foxboro, Glide time, 2-1-5, whiffleball, 114, Dr, J, and The Godfather, Thanks Mom
Erika Lee Schluntz
96 Waban Avenue
Field Hockey 10, 11, 12 Captain, Tennis 10, 11, 12. "All you need in this lite is confidence.
and then success is sure," - Mark Twain. Buon Giorno Andrea, LL Bean and Mr. C, "l'm
not as dumb as I look!" Gessy - The Fantastic Four and Bob's forever!
230 Lake Avenue
Graphics WXB. B., Spanish Club 10, 11, Swimming 11, Flock climbing 10, 11, 12. "Doors,
Floyd, T P., B.O.C., Halt-Man, P.C., T.C., F.S., NEA., Far out."
133 Collins Road
"There is no sun without shadow, and it is essential to know the night." - Camus, Ros:
What are you playing at? Gull: Words, words, words, They're all we have to go on," -
Tom Louis Sebok
16 June Lane
"Go confidently in the direction ot your dreams . , .
- Henry David Thoreau
54 Oakmont Fload
T-Ville tt 1. Partyin' with JS, CD, EB, MD, PE, and all the gang, My T-Ville Jam car Jackpot
- CD EB JS. Jen - You're the best. Special thanks to my folks tor always sticking with
81 Lovett Road
Soccer 10, 12, Basketball 10, 11, 12, Baseball 10, 11, 12, Spanish Club 12, History Club
TO ll Keep the golden mean between saying too much and too little, Thanx VO, PK, HG,
RS, BL, SG81 LM Lauri f All my love. Dad - Wish you could see me now, and I you,
45 McCarthy Road
Swimming IO, 11, Field Hockey 12, Track 10, 11, captain 12, "FLASH" "Friendship is a
little word, it's the people who make it big." Photo - REDUCED farmers do itl We made it
PARKIES F and LK! MD e I Love ya! Thanx for your love and support, Mom and Dad.
Gayle f Keep up the Seidy rep at NS.
Glen Alan Seidner
27 Kingman Road
Bike trip What is man's role? Where does he fit in? "Education is what survives when what
has been learned has been forgotten." - B.F, Skinner. Many thanks to my family and
881 Dedham Street
"I1 takes a long time to understand nothing." Thanks to my friends, you know who you are.
Good times always, Cape Cod '80 TM LR - 3's a crowd? CS, Mom and Dad, Thanks,
20 Shute Path
International Club 10, 11, 12, French Club 10, 11, 12, "Activity is the only road to knowl-
edge " - George Bernard Shaw.
Jennifer Ann Sharp
71 Neshobe Road
"You see things and ask why, but I dream things that never were and I say why not." -
George Bernard Shaw,
454 Dudley Road
May all the luck in the world be with the class of '81. Thanks Mom and Dad,
5 Southwick Road
"lf you aren't going all the way, why go at all?" French Club 10, 1 1, Treasurer 12, Model
U N "What a long strange trip it's been." GD Non sum qualis eram. GFITMB '81 PAX.
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23 Peach Tree Lane
Soccer 1O, Track 12, B.S.U. 10, 11, 123 International Club 10, 11, 12. "Sir Romeo" When
you wish upon a star, dreams will take you very tar, but when you wish upon a dream, life
ain't always what it seems." EW 81 F. Wizz, Starsky, Kool. Thanks Dad, Mom, and Asha
154 Lincoln Street
"I am not afraid ot tomorrow, for I have seen yesterday and I love today. I will try to be too
large tor worry, too noble for anger, too strong for tear, and too happy to permit trouble."
Good luck PD, MH, RT, PK. Special thanks to Mom and Dad. MWA - LR.
Kurt L. Shlager
131 Stanley Road
Thanks Mom, Dad, and Lauren.
51 Sevland Road
15 Cross Hill Road
"You can't always get what you want, but if you try, sometimes you'lI get what you need."
Thanks Mom, Dad, Toni, and Jodi. I love you! Janet, Jane, Barbara, Ned, and Tandee,
thanks for everything. Scott, I love you . .. 1 ... 2 . . , 3 . . . tclickj Artroom.
77 Margaret Road
Betsy, Betz. "lt's the laughter we will remember, whenever we remember the way we
were." Love you Mom and Dad. Never forget: MN, TA, PG, BF, MP, SS, MA, TM, GW. Okay
Dave, 7 kids! Memories with SE, GR. Smiles Mobile! AC, DB, DK - Summers in Maine.
504 Boylston Street
Soccer10, 11,captain 12, Softball 10, 11, captain 12, Basketball 10, 11, captain 12. Good
luck to all my friends, 'speC'ially to MV, RG, LG, AH, SL, RB, CC, RC, KC, Ricky, LS, NB, CB, fn ,S
LS Soccer '80 CIAF All my love to my bestest buddy. 5'
Marcy G. Smookler
52 Charlemont Street
Everyday is a new beginning, every yesterday holds a memory, and tomorrow brings. , , "
Thanks with love to Mom and Dad for always being there, and love always to my best friend
1 Richard Abadee, abadee - that's all folks!
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52 Hamlet Street
10 Beecher Place
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Louise Anne Spinner
16 Ballard Street
1 Pepe, Weezie Hey Bonetla, ok! "Bake someone happy." "Hey Kath, you can't walk ,-Q
y there!" The Doors, Fthondaman, LD, JC, CC, MP, BS, etc. To Dan, a friend indeed: Merci at
mucho' "Can't deal with it!" "Whatever!" To Mark, my favorite fand onlyl electrician: ILY
Randy Spiro , 7:5
29 Marla Circle 'PS 5 5'-A534-QQ-"'
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, Movie bull, artistic drawing, career exploration. Hobbies: Jigsaw puzzles, stained glass. 2-' 5.5 Q' A
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l 103 Levbert Ftoad
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Tennis 10, 11, 12 'Beat the deadline before it beats you." Thank you, Mom and Dad for 3
putting up with me all these years. JC '80, Steino Cheri Spareribs JM. MS, RL - NH, FLA, 'Q
Ski trips to Vermont Class of '85 1
90 Westminster Road
l Gina Lacrosse 11, 12, Field Hockey 12. Janet f the best friend I ever had - never forget
SH and partying Calkytl Jen f Lax rules KC C CD Thanks, M, D, and Deve, Dan - Morrison
and Hendrix live' We know lt!
35 Placid Road
"The good times are forever, the bad times fade away," Outdoor track 10, 11, 12 To CE
H20 fights To all my friends, thanks for the good times, To Jon, love is a special feeling
shared between two people. Thanks, love always, Joni. Thanks M 8. P,
41 Montvale Road
Baseball 1O, 11, 12, Football 12. Goodbye to the doors and everyone that hung around
'em Good luck to Mitchell, Lupe, and to Jennifer, Ned, Rhonda, Louise, Mary and Cheryl,
and the T-Villians. "Meet me at the doors." "Carona in the back lot."
12 Broadlawn Drive
"Clay is the way," Music is a reflection of the universe - JC,
706 Sawmill Brook Parkway
' X 85 MT EEE, E-Block crazys, France '80, The Cape, Harry Tage, DPJGJA - friends forever!
"Hey, hey, hey!" Bridgewater weekends, soccer - CDJBLMJCPGLDRFKSABW CMBJ
Love and Thanks, Dad and Mom. "Carry on, love is coming, love is coming to us all "-
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99 Lovett Road
French Club 10, 11, 12, International Club 12, Senior Prom Committee. "Men May doubt
what you say, but they will believe what you do," 2 ,Q
27 Scotney Road
I .am unrted wuth my lrrends nn heart, what matters if our places be far apart. Jon-omni '79
Venezuela Aruba '80 Love ya. Con carino Tabordas JC AA good times at Stowells -
trlends for always - BK, LF, LS, RL, RD, LK, TF, LS, Calif '79 Meizlers Regina, all my love
mom, dad ' Amy, thanx,
33 Brewster Road
Wheeler '2 .
133 Woodcliff Road
"Damn the torpedoes, lull speed ahead." Debate 10, Debate - president 11, Tesseract 5.
11, 12. Camp Avoda we la. Reagan '81 Barney isn't Frank. "I didn't do it." X X
504 Ward Street
"Long Day." Track - 12, Lax - 11,12,Dert1ike - sh k - face, doctor, Pete, C.W., L,K.,
A C ,T Z., D.I., L C. - you're still a great kid. KM, - shatterproofll Jill, R.L., RF., S.D.,
Beth - what will l do without you? PD - get lost? No Problem! so. gym. Ragbman 81 Co.
remember you all
Richard D. Tillett, Jr.
108 Oak Street
The cafe 10, 11, 12. Good luckto CN, JB, AD, MA, KV, LC, LC, LC, WS, PS, CB, NB, EB, KS, i f f lt
SL, KV, MV, EG, BR, JR, JF, JD, KD, JL, PR, DH, DE, MM, LM, LB, JL, LJ, BH, KC, DB, JK, f
DE, EJ, and everyone else. Thanks, mom and dad. I made it for you two.
Lawrence Eric Traister
14 Juniper Lane
"For once in my life I have nothing to say." Big Brother 10, Enrichment Program 11, I '
Yearbook 11, 123 Sky'D1ving 11, Capt. 12. Thanks to the guys - J.B.'s B.R. J.D ,.,. and
mom and dad,
136 Ridge Road lx Q
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93 Brandeis Road
"Il you can imagine it, you can achieve it. If you can dream it, you can become it." Thanx Ma
Horge, Dino + sis, I luv u all. fGuyleJ Cape '80 Jane B, Davos' "Let us do it! Trans Am fever.
109 CPA always!Daddy I luv u - Greece. 2TM. Carla. Good luck everyone! We are out!
Memories will linger on, for the best.
Sharon F. Ungar
15 Considine Road
"One of the most beautiful qualities of friendship is to understand and to be understood."
Memories: All my close friends and the good times - 11g VT. '78, Spring, Yavneh, Fla. '77,
Lisa A. Vachon
72 Indiana Terrace
216 LaGrange Street
Soccer 10, 11, 12, Gymnastics 11, captain 12, Denebola 12. "Hey, Chum" "Lucky"
"Don't trip Lefty" "States, lnt" C-YA SBJWKMJSRWGRCWAMMW.
312 Langley Road
Live today, dream tomorrow, cherish the memories of yesterday. Remember: RF LB PK LY
KH 81 the rest. Also MY 81 S 8. S. U-Highs and ultimates, proms 81 nailpolish. Nicky, good luck
at South. Mom 81 Dad, Grazie con tutto il mio cuove. But mostly to RMS I say "Thank you for
being a ftruel friend . .. "
192 Beethoven Avenue
tseeyaj Lisa Jen. It almost worked. KSLRWSJDJRLGSLCB and everyone. Thanx for the
good times '80 with LR. '79 old times, Thanx JV. Though U had your own troubles U never
forgot mine, Thanx Big Brothers PS, I love you. Thanks, Mom and Dad.
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Corie A. Wallace
5 Voss Terrace
78 Vine Street
"If you lust put your hand in mine, we're gonna leave all our troubles behind, you gotta walk
and don't look back." - Peter ToshfMick Jagger LSD, MK, CW Mickey says: Veg outl Mr.
Poke, Larz, The Grate Good luck, Gran Larsony! Luv ya Mom and Dad and Steve,
Alan S. Wayne
23 Tanglewood Road
Jane Rachel Weinfeld
170 Brookline Street
Ski Team 12, Living is easy with eyes closed misunderstanding all you see . . . It's getting
hard to be someone, but it all works out. It doesn't matter much to me- The Beatles RIP.
J L Thanx M 8. D.
88 Levbert Road
We must go our separate ways, but the memories and the friendships will last forever: JL
- years of memories Blue eyes shine forever SB SA DC special friendships GT - GD BD 3
JR CA '79 Stu, you are my dream come true Dad, Mom, Nancy, Bob, I love you,
173 Langley Road
To the Music Dept. I leave all my love 8. I wish you luck To my friends, I hope that we'll never
forget each other 8 to everyone - "Imagine all the people living life in peace," Thanx
Mom, Dad, Mary
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Thomas Wiggin i 1
287 Waban Avenue '
"Gather your wits and hold on fast, your mind must learn to roam. . " - P, Townshend fx is
Love and thanks to family and friends! EAMTLFH
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Gregory Lee Wing l
270 Arnold Road X ' , I
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Football 12 True happiness consists not in the multitude of friends but in their worth and X L t
choice" Thanks to all of my friends, and a very special thanks to my Mom and Dad. X 1 , t i
, 241 Woodcliff Road
Reduced Farmers Forever. Thanks South for the good times Soccer's If 1' Good luck to all
of my friends Thank, Mom 8 Dad. "I am a child, l'lI last a while, you can't conceive of the
pleasure in my smile." - Neil Young -
Howard A. Wise
60 Homestead Street
"You think academics get you into college" - Murph. Lax 10, 11, capt. 12, Take it slow Al
RT PD MH DG, JL QGAKJ. If you got the time . . . l If they can't take a joke . . em If they can,
abuse 'em NY '79, UM '80, US '81 7398. Thanks Family!
134 Upland Avenue
-A Volleyball 10, 11, 12 tcaptlg Softball 10, 11, 12. "Accept me as I am sol may learn what I
X can become." Always remember: JH TWIN GR LA RARA, LBXRN "Get off the phone " RT
"RAX" RN Thanks MAYZCSY. Thanks Mom and Dad for putting up with me.
Michael K.P. Wong
134 Upland Avenue
71 Athelstane Road
I would like to thank my Mom, Dad. Nancy, Sis, and Gin for helping me through these years
at NSHS lf it wasn't for them, I never would have made it.
f Robert Charles Wool
653 Chesnut Street
You might as well fall flat on your face as lean over too far backward. Thanks everyone,
especially Mom, Dad. and Lauren.
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Virginia Clara Wright
10 Hinckley Road
'Music is mistress of language. queen of literature, visionary of all unspoken desires." -
Kenneth L Patton
Bela E. Wurtzler
199 Brookline Street
' Lloydton Ximines
9 High Street
International Club IO, 11, 12, "lf it is to be it is up to me." Thanks Mom and Dad, Mrs.
Doolin, Mr. Lambert, and Mr. Pearlman, Mrs. Ratner - thanks.
229 Dedham Street
"Always keep a song in your heart." KC "Camera!" LD - Southie! CO - friends forever
JW "Mistyl" MG "Wil, T" WH "Do lt up, Buddy!" To all my friends in Mrs. T's Class: CM CO
ET JL keep in tune! Good luck to everyone, and keep in touch. Love to Mom.
195 Varick Road
l Russian Club 11, 12, People who use the word impossible should be shot. Let us not forget
1 to thank our Faculty, the most dedicated in the state.
Laura Ann Yee
431 Parker Street
Laurie Denebola 11, 12. In search for identity may seem yet far, but it is truly just beyond
the horizon. These are the good times - Maria, Dooney, Mona, Caar and Paula. Thanks M
Q 8. D, AL 12 25177. Where's planet Claire?
27 Knowles Street
Albert Scully Lives. Thanks for Conrad, M 8. D, GUR, MONA Bone, Hair, MK, and thanks to
the first real one for a box of rain. "You know that it's a fool who plays it cool by making his
world a little colder." - L 8. M,
"' Sharon Zeichner
340 Hartman Road
lt's my generation Trans AmfTime WarpfBehind Blue Eyes ES Tapesflfaneuil Hallf'Catch
that FWfPass outfNantasket Beach 5 this summerfDFFfFCfBrookIyn fSkiingfAII my
love to Mom, Dad, Lisa 8. Peaches.
Louise R. Zeitlin
104 Plainfield Street
Seniors 1 1
Stephen M. Chaloff
15 Saxon Road
, David Elkins
gsazzylg' ?g"eZ 8 Shumaker Path
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UD k D 1 d Ciluttkir Wresainz 12.
I anma' lil eg 15 '12, St C 11 12- "You are young and life is long and there is time
hrgternagona 151 11 .12.. Dagissgg get Hanna to kill today, And then one day you find, ten years
UST' ep "" ' Y have got behind you. . . " All my love to Joanne,
and 'Y' Dad and everyone else.
1 44 Indian Ridge Road
The expression on my face tells it all. To all my
great friends over the years I wish you all the
best. Anyone thinking l'm vanishing from the
world can relax and look me up in town at North-
1 , eastern. Margie, I love you forever . . , US.
Christine Bamberger Peter S. Franklin
7O Ridge Avenue 25 Tirrell Crescent
David H. Berwind Charles J. Gilfedder
40 Chester Street 18 Hale Street
Goodwin Elizabeth Ann Cullen Goodwin
I 115 Adeline Road
Denebola. "Love is a magic wordg few ever find
it in a lifetime." I luv ya Tiger, I'll never forget.
I Love to my musketeers Phil and Rich. Music
, Roberta Bloom makes the world go around . . . special to Mom, Jacqueline Haffis
93 Andrew Street Dad, and Lil' J. Yes, it's time, "For the times they 66 Hamlet Street
Cutler are a changin'," Cutler
Sean T. Brann Richard D. Haughey
57 Crehore Drive 243 Plymouth Road
19 Burnside Road
I Linda A. cardinali C""e' Daniel N. Hoffman
21 Elliot Terrace 53 NGTTOIGGU Road
5 Broadlawn Park
Kim, best friend forever, MG, Do you know
what time it is? See you guys in Elba. Special
thanks to Aunt Anna, Uncle Larry, Dede, and
Micky. l love you all. Mom and Dad -thanks
for understanding me. l finally did it! You're
the best parents.
105 Langley Road
142 Truman Road
A single dream is more powerful than a thou-
sand realities. H-Beach B.S. '80 Prom, '79
'80 Vegas P-Town, Love to my wonderful
friends "when we're sixty." Ronny - you've
got a friend. Love to my wonderful family. I
Robert P. Krantz
5 Broken Tree Road
Benjamin M. Levy
23 Lakewood Road
Jane Karen Pollock
43 Lawmarissa Road
A.V., Rockclimbing, Stage Crew, Tesseract, Bye ,Dream only me dream you can become...
soundroom people, Queen Mary, Brookline and Fel- ACLU Always trying to change the worm
low Rodents. Kiddies this is a bUSff" MTW to Nance, I love ya: "Winston and Johnny for us: MJ
realize it s all within yourself, no one else can make and VF
you change." '
41 Annawan Road
Cutler Marc Rains
101 Hanson Road
105 Langley Road
21 Carver Road
David J. O'NeiI
45 Hinckley Road
554 Parker Street
RM, RD, JS, DM, KM, JE, BG, POPE, STIX,
BOOB, MONGO The Polara, Alan, Chris, Steve,
Rick, Jon. "I crucified my hate and held the world
within my hand. There's you, the time, the logic,
or the reasons we don't understand." YES.
Harrison G. Fticles
495 Parker Street
Jeffrey W. Stone
48 Hargrave Circle
Robert Tammaro c ,
31 Louise Road 4 4 ',
Cutler , ,
David J. Tupper ,
30 Upham Street
John F. Voros
192 Beethoven Avenue
Allison A. Williams
5 Kelveden Road
Stefan W. Wolff
193 Lake Avenue
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