Newton South High School - Regulus Yearbook (Newton, MA)
- Class of 1983
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At You, South!
Sprawled out on what was once
swampland, Newton South High
School is an impressive sight, sev-
en buildings clustered around the
green courtyard, the entire complex
sheltered by tall, thick woods. But
South is more than a pretty face,
more than an attractive group of
lt is our home for nine and one half
months, during boththe heat ofJune
and the snows of February. We ar-
rive at eight in the morning, eyes
more closed than open, but as the
day progresses our eyes open and
minds work. We learn the secrets of
South, every shortcut, every hall-
way, every conceivable way to get
from Cutler to Goodwin twith a stop
at a locker in Wheelerb in five min-
utes. Whether you prefer the
Breezeway or the cafeteria, the AV
Room or Goodwin Commons, you
know that South becomes more
than bricks on a swamp when filled
with students, it becomes a school
filled with life, with enthusiasm, and
with irreplaceable friendships.
Few people leave South with
same experiences or same feel-
ings, and that's the way it should be.
High school is not a math class with
established goals, but a community,
presenting as large a variety of op-
portunities as an eye doctor has
frames of glasses. Regulus 1983,
then, is a look at an optometrist's
office, his walls covered with
frames to fit every whim, every
style, every taste, every shape.
There are those to help make the
choice, between right shapes and
wrong, between tinted and clear,
between strong and weak. Regulus
1983 is a look at the school of New-
ton South, our home for four years.
So . . . HERE'S LOOKING AT YOU.
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ln 1982, the Girls Soccer team returned
as a competitive force in the Dual County
League once again. Finishing in third
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place, the girls worked hard to accumu-
late a 7-5-2 record. Co-Captains Cecilia
Wilcox and Bettina Chiaravelotti had fine
seasons and led the squad throughout.
Other contributing seniors included Liddy
Leitman, Ilene Speizer, Carolyn Bowers,
Doreen Hagar, and goalie Barbara
Sheiffer. Although these seniors held
many positions, several juniors and soph-
omores are capable of stepping in next
year. Colleen McLellan, Sue Prenderville,
Blanca Wales, Sarah Davis, and Anne
Beatty have already earned starting posi-
tions, and Michele Sullivan and Chiqui
Wales have played often, as well.
Underclassmen Colleen Walsh, Julie
Ketterer, Cheryl Hagar, Carolyn Natale,
and Katrina Antonellis were strong addi-
tions to the varsity squad. With this foun-
dation, there is an optomistic outlook for
a successful year in 1983.
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First row: W Pringle, L McLellan, Ilene Speizer, C Wilcox, B Chiaravelotti, D Hagar, L Leitman, M
Second row: C Wales, C Walsh, J Ketterer, C Hagar, M Sullivan, B Wales, C McLellan, S Davis,
A Beatty, S Prendiville, C Natale, K Antonellis, B Sheiffer
Third row: Coach Smith, E Cushna, B Calvin, M Daley, J Kibel, S Mann, S Cohen, B Sird, A
Casson, N Dibner, E Gann, A Gordon, J Randall, D Andelman, J Burke, L Cohen, L Wishnie, A
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,Cond row: J Zeitlin, A Miller, J Stephans, M Davidson, M Colling, l-l Schneiwind, P Miller, M Leviton,
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llird row: Coach Alfred Wilson, J Schwartz, J Moebes, T Trevens, Fl Saden, D Shectmen, S Passman,
l Ranen, J Langin, M Spangler
ll-urth row: S. Alter, P, Fergus, M Wilcox, S Sohn, D Kowal, J Chansky, B Hsiun, G Cohen, B Henry
This was a year of great efpectatiors
for the Soccer team which was nefe'
quite fulfilled, Although the team ended
up with a respectable 5-7-2 record many
thought it could have been much better
when South lost and tied games they
should have won against 'llesserl teams
But there were many high points, espes
cially the upset victory over defending
state champ Acton-Boxborough, and a
convincing victory over Bedford This
years offense was lead by leading scorer
Mike Walsh and Steve Abroms, The mid-
field was anchored by Dave Pickett, John
Stephans, Andy Miller, and the exception-
al playing of John Zietlin, While the back
bone of the team, the defense, was led by
captain Mark Nicoletti, senior Mike Wish-
nie, and goalie Mike Castle.
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The 1982 Volleyball team, despite its
losing record had a very rewarding sea-
son. With only one returning varsity play-
er, the team learned to work together as a
unit. After joining one of the most com-
petitive leagues, the South girls accept'
ed this challenge with spirit and determi-
Led by Senior Captain Barbara Litt-
mann, the team improved dramatically as
the season progressed. Seniors Debbie
Rudnick and Debbie Hartman were con-
sistant spikers throughout the season as
were Juniors Roberta Curcio and Donna
Segal. Sophomore Lana Kim was a much
improved player who became a strong
spiker as well, The setting abilities of Gail
Feinstein, Barbara Littmann and Kim Wal-
lace were important elements in the
The leadership of the four graduating
seniors will be greatly missed, however,
with many varsity players expected to re-
turn, the 1983 season should be a suc-
st row D H n B Littman, G Feinstein, D Segal
econd row tl L W Kallman, L Kim, S Logan
Third row H Abbot, J Mayer, K Wallace, F? Curdio, Coach Judy Blanchard
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VICTORY! . CITY Cl-lAlflPS' Tre
Newton South Field Hockey tearri
passed all expectations lfl thelr H82
season, and broke away from thelr forfre'
tradition. Junior, Fiona Shukri drofe if
the first goal of the season to the iuclla
tion of her teammates After thls goal the
team was not to be stopped, and contln-
ued to work hard, giving it their all The
following game, the team, due to thetr
high spirits and hard effort paid off lfql a
win against their rival Newton North Ju-
nior Diane Kay, assisted by senior coe
captain Sharlene Speizer, smashed in the
goal that won the game, giving the team
the title of "City Champs"r Coaches Sue
Bradbury and Maureen Kearney, always
stood by to give the team the extra push
they needed to accomplish their achieve-
ment and continue their streak
The Varsity goal was strongly de-
fended by two seniors, co-capt Andrea
Kaplan and Julie Bernson, whose ability
to work together proved supportive to the
rest of the team. The offense was always
ready to receive the drive and keep the
ball in their possession. Sharlene Speizer
and Jane Longson were encouraging as-
sets of the forward line. Other seniors
that will be a loss to the team are Susie
Saitow, lrene Melville, and Cynthia
Tsamtsouris. The record may not show
the winning success ofthe team, but the
memories of their accomplishment will be
held in the minds of all players,
Bernson, J Longson, A Kaplan
Paulson, B Murphy, F Raider
Bradbury, Coach Maureen Kearney
First row: S Speizer, A Dayal, L Hurwitz C Tsamtsourisl Melville S Saitsw l
Second row:U Gandbia.D Kay,E Rogoff, M Crovo, S Steinberg F Shukf. P A'-ge
Third row.C Kiley.K Gockle-man.K Krick,M Crcvt, A Oliver A ctnneele, c
The Swim Team was composed of
nearly forty enthusiastic and spirited
swimmers, When a meet wasn't won
through swimming it was won through
Newton South Swim Team was in some
very difficult meets, but they always put
up a strong fight. Although their record is
not that of a prize winning team, they won
the award for dedication,
First rowz K Leavitt, J Finger, L Rosenthal tcaptj K Galvin D Brown K Bernheimer
Second row1G Hayden, J Karp, A Friedman, M Rosenthal L Evans P Kane L Bearman H
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"For psychological and physical benefits, there is nothing like running, it is,
without parallel, a development of character traits which lead to success in life,"
- Coach Paul McCarthy
,as ax .killing
Working twice as hard was natural for
the 1982 Cross'Country team When the
coach said to run six miles, they rari
twelve. The only time they had trouble
was during meets, the other teams
couldn't allow them to count their first
three finishers twice?
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ton South Runners was nottooimpressiye
NY, until the race ended ln most races. three
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had his own goals to accomplish, No mat-
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., justhowto encourageafellowteammate
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This season was capped off with a tie
score of 22-22 against a strong Lincoln-
Sudbury power house.
The team recorded a record of 4-5-1,
which really can lead one to believe they
didn't have a good season, but with time
being such a factor in four games, they
could easily have been 8-1-1, Still, it was
a very rewarding season for the players
who leave this year, and for those who
will carry on. This year the team had six
DCL all starsg Bob Baker, Neil Johnson.
Steve Anglin, Joe Spagnuolo, Gene Lind-
sey, and Ron Davis. Unfortunately, they
are all seniors, and will be leaving the
The Football team does have a lot of
good returning players, like Chris Kiah,
Kevin Rollins, lvlike Welch, Jim Wilcon,
and their quarterback next year will be
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Freshmen experience many distinct
problems upon entering a four year high
school as the youngest group. Most up-
per classmen will barely give them the
time of day. Scholastic and social differ-
ences are problems that freshmen en-
counter during this trying year. Despite
such challenges, many freshmen have
The boys Basketball Team looks prom-
ising to South's future. This season the
powerful team was undefeated. Pilan
Thirumalaisamy, Rouen Henry, and Phil
Leibovitch are three key players on the
court. Along with the other freshmen, this
team shows outstanding ability in years
The girls freshmen Basketball Team
completed a very successful season be-
hind the sharp shooting of Tracey Bouse
and Kristen Hughes. There were many
other talented contributers as the team
learned to work together. Sheila Col-
man's speed gave the teams defense an
added dimension as did the all around
play of Tammy Barone and Lynn Laughlin.
The boys Soccer Team had a fine sea-
son. David Abroms, Alex Olin, and David
Stemmerman helped add to the team's
success. The strong freshmen will add to
South's soccer program.
Although the girls Soccer Team did not
have a winning record, they learned ag-
gressive play and team spirit. Julie Blaus-
tein and Kristen Hughes led the team of-
fensively and defensively. All the girls
gave their best effort for an exciting sea-
A bright future lies ahead for Newton
South teams as a result of such a large
freshmen participation this year. Many
talented athletes promise competitive
teams in the coming years.
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We Are The Champions!
Newton South's Basketball Team was
one basket short of becoming the Divi-
sion ll Champion of Elvlass Boy's Basket-
ball, but when the buzzer sounded that
ended the 78-76 overtime loss to Wake-
field, the entire team completed a season
of which to be proud. The team was rated
number one in the state in Division ll for
the first time in the schools history, and
the incredible season was a tribute to the
players and coaches.
With the guidance of Coach Joe Killi-
lea, the perfect blend of hard working
players had a well balanced offensive at-
tack blended with a solid defense, a mix-
ture that was the key to the teams suc-
cess. Captains Scott Anglin and
lvleatchie Russell opened the doors to a
championship seasonp Scott Anglin
played consistently at both ends of the
court, while lvleatchie Russell shattered
both the school scoring record and the
record for blocked shots
There were many other contributors,
Stephen Anglin, Ice, provided the team
with a confident attitude, as did Charlie
Sullivan, a hard worker, who kept every-
one sharp and on their toes. Gene Lind-
say and Evan Kushner contributed strong
board work and clutch baskets. The most
consistent defense was played by Tracey
l-lairston, who, despite his size, was able
to stop his opponents and make key out-
side shots, Mikel Ogelsby was one ofthe
most gifted and essential ingredients to
South's success, turning games around
with his exciting offensive moves and de-
fensive aggression. Though Neil Johnson
was injured in practice, he will be remem-
bered for his spirit and moral support.
Along with Meatchie Russell, many ju-
niors will return next year, including Eric
Vayle, Tim Gaines, and Sean Sims, These
team members will undoubtedly continue
the team play and hard work that made
South a champion in 1983.
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This year's girls gymnastics team end-
ed up with a vvinning record of 6-3, The
increase of team members this year
helped the squad and its point total rise
from 937 to 10545. Each team member
put all her effort into helping the team
Coach Judy Blanchard and assistant
coach Bruce King spent all their time
tending needs of each individual gym-
hast. Each gymnast was dedicated and
determined to do her very best for the
t'When hands are ripped andthrobbing,
when every muscle's sore, can a gymnast
still have patience, to limp back in for
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Flow 2: R Shegru, L Block, D Siegle, S Saitovv
Row 3 B King tassislant coachl, S Patches, L Faber, lvl Wilson, E Wishnie, J Ketterer. A
Brovvnell, Coach Blanchard
Row 41M Smith, S Yalle, K Moskow, J Blovvstein, S Kallis, S Elman
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Gymnastics is a very demanding sport.
lt is more a power sport than an endur-
ance sport. Repitition is a very important
aspect, because many hours are spent
practicing the same moves. Lack of the
necessary time is one ofthe major rea-
sons why South's gymnastic program
never reaches it's full potential. The short
season and injuries to key members of
the squad prevented the team from have
ing a winning season.
Senior co-captains Mark Nicoletti and
Mike Castle, with seniors Joe Kaufman,
Ricky Lipof and Peter Miller formed the
nucleus of the team, Future hopefuls Andy
Kohn, John Moebes, Ted Trevens, John
Langan, Garrett Smith, Dave Kim, Adam
Rudikott, Mark Miller, and Mark Steavns
will be counted on to lead South in the
coming years. If the level of enthusiasm
and hard work is maintained by Coach
Steeves and assistant Coach King, New-
ton South gymnastics will continue to im-
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Dinner with your family'? Sleep late on
Saturday mornings? Eat a normal lunch?
No, not if you're on the girls indoor track
team While other students are involved in
these daily activities, this dedicated
track team is running in circles around
Newton North's indoor track from 5:00 to
7 OO pmt
Although the team is few in numbers,
Coach Karen Keith always says, "it's
quality not quantity that counts" and
quality is what this team has. Through
hard work and lltorture" all the girls were
able to improve in both running and field
Despite increased competition in the
Dual County League, individuals were
able to match the strength of opposing
teams top performers. Next years team
will miss key seniors Missy Brooks, Deb-
bie Rudnick, Anita Singh, Liddy Leitman,
and Carolyn Bowers.
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From a distance, this years
Newton South Indoor Track team
lookedthe same asits predeces-
sors, The team's record was 2
wins and 5 losses, but five more
points would have put it over
.500 ln no meet was this team
totally blown out, but an acute
lack of depth kept South from be-
ing a legitimate contender for the
There may not have been large
numbers of students on this
year's team, but those on the
team came up with quite a few
good performances, Mike David-
son excelled in the dash while
John Schroeder and Darrell Mill-
er performed well in both the 300
and mile relay. Ed Murray and
Mark Woodlief kept South com-
petitive in the middle distances,
as did David Pickett, who was
the most improved runner on the
team Torn Janes' :net '
versatility running e,e'," 1
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the lead in his efents as ' "fe
one and only Phil Lehr so'
certainly had the most or
personality on the team lr "
field events, Luigi Sepe key
dominating the high lump .wr e
trying his hand in the hurdles
Scott Kaplan, Robbie Shocker
and David Mosby stayed coff-
petitive in the shot put .'vl'ti2"
was a very tough event Tl'TlS ,ear
in the DCL
This team was better than that
of the previous two years, but ur'
fortunately mostofthesetop sera
formers are seniors Coach Dov
Sutherland did a fine iob in mah--
pulating the talent he did have
but as the record shows, mah,
more people are needed to make
this track team a success
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As for over a decade, the 1983
Wrestling team has some of the best
talent in the state. Several South wres-
tlers on this year's squad have had
outstanding dual meet performances,
led by tri-captains Jon Bosenson, Mark
Colling, and Steve Arduino. Despite an
iniury of heavyweight Bob Baker, the
team has worked for a successful
team effort. The lineup starts with
sophomores Alain Merski and Steve
Bennett, at 100 and 107, the next three
weight classes are held by the tri-cap-
tains, with Mark Colling, Steve Ar-
duino, and Jon Bosenson at 114, 121,
and 128. Veterans Bob Shone, Mike
Newmark, Chris Kiah, and Mike Welch
secure the upper weights, and promis-
ing newcomers Jamie Klingberg,
Charles Smith, and John Linder round
out the varsity. Coach Hurowitz is opti-
mistic about the rest of the season and
for individual performances in the end-
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Row 2: J. Shears, D Albert, J Cullen, J Klingsberg, D. Murphy, P Bosen.
Row 3: B Shone, C Kiah, M Welch, C Smith, J Wilcon, J Linden, J Anderson, Coach Murphy.
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This year's Hockey team came into the
season with high expectations for a win-
ning season, with eight of twelve starters
returning, but the loss of seniors Mike
Walsh and Bill Bracken lowered the
team's high hopes. Coach Bezzuti looked
to the sophomores and freshmen to fill
Freshmen Alex Brigham and Judd Co-
hen and sophomores John Jewett and
Chris Stephans provided the depth need-
ed on both offence and defence, Junior
Jon Cohen and senior co-captain John
Stephans added experience to the of-
fense while junior Peter Klein and co-cape
tain Mark Paglia supplied the needed de-
fence in support of goalie Bich Wenning,
who played exceptionally well the whole
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The '82-'83 Boys Swim Team was an
extraordinary collection of aquatic ath-
letes Turning around a 54 meet losing
streak inherited from six previous teams,
this years team achieved a 2-8 record in
the toughest league in the states A malor
achievement was filling all spots on the
diving squadg three divers all of whom
placed well at all meets. The major ac-
complishment, according to Coach Paul
Robertson, was the large turnout of 25
swimmers as opposed to tO in past
years Newton South is a rising power,
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one to be reckoned with in the Western
Conference. Special thanks to Amy
Freedman, Wendy Goldenherg, Cathy Ka'
dets - members of the Girls Swim Team
who came to lend their moral support. We
look forward next year to the return of
inlured swimmers, and a team more pow-
erful than before,
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Team finished their season with a 5,16
record, The freshman sensation Katrina
Antonellis, contributed throughout the
season only to become a high scorer in
the league Captains Cecelia Wilcox in
the center position, and Barbara Littman.
in the point guard position, succeeded in
aiding the team with leadership, and were
among the high scorers ot the team
Other interchangeable players includ-
ed Coleen lvlcClulen, who is known tor her
speed, Donna Segal, with her outside
shot, as well as Ilene Speizer, Barbara
Sheiffer, and Sharlene Speizer in the
guard position. In the forward positions,
Erica Cushna worked hard and contribut-
ed her strong rebounding abilities, as did
Captain Shellie Gaines and Doreen Ha'
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The 1982-83 Ski Team proved to be
one of the most solid squads in years. The
girls downhill led the way with a combina-
tion of senior, iunior and sophomore tal-
ent Their lowest finish throughout the en-
trre season was a third place finish in the
opening meet of the year
The boys team, although not exactly
keeprng pace with the girls, did pull to-
gether a strong season. For the second
year in a row they were led by Captain
Henry Schniewind, who finished first in a
number of meets. He also was compli-
mented by strong seniors, juniors and
The Cross-Country Team, with little
snow to ski on, did put some points on the
board for South. Senior Captain David
Finkelstein led the way for the Lions by
compiling the most cross country points
of any racer this year.
Row 1: D, Finkelstein, J Abend, H Schnuewind, F1 Shone, R Priluck, J Abend, S
Ftosman, E Epstein, S Hite, R Kennison, D Greiff, L Hurwitz, J Pollack, M Busr1y,J
Stacks Row 3: K Frieze, K Motley, R Hurwitz, C Rome, M Simons, E Gallant, P
Saret, M Smith, M Cohen Row 4: Coach Abend, J Springer, B Hsiung, D Frieze. J
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lt is hard to imagine Newton South with-
Dut its foreign clubs, because they have
become a large part of everyday South.
For anyone with a taste for foreign lan-
guage. culture, or food, there is a club to
satisfy that love These clubs are special
for those students who take foreign Ian-
guages, for these clubs add culture to
their knowledge of the written and spoken
language ofa people But the clubs are
also for the students who don't take a
language, but still want to learn of culture
The French Club is made up of students
in any class who are interested in the Ian-
guage of French or want to learn more
about the culture of France. Activities oc-
cur throughout the year, from a French
Dinner where everybody brings a different
dish indigenous to France, to a class in
bread making to a French movie, Also,
the club participates in an exchange with
the lycee in Grasse, France, a high
school, helping welcome students from
France who come to South, and planning
Around The World
day trips and get-togethers for them.
The Spanish Club, for all those interest-
ed in Spanish culture, carries on an ex-
change, also. Students come from Ven-
ezuela, and are hosted by many
members. While the Venezuelans are
here, the Club plans activities for them. In
addition, the Spanish Club sponsored a
six-year old boy from Guatemala, Louis
Garcia, a service they hope to continue.
Films, dinners, and festivals are other ac-
The Russian Club is for all those inter-
ested inthe culture and people of one of
the least understood peoples, the Fius-
sians. Everyone who participates gains
knowledge of another way of life. The Ital-
ian Club visits a Home for the Elderly and
an Orphanage on Valentine's Day, just
one oftheir activitiesthroughoutthe year.
Also, they host the Italian dinner, a yearly
treat during Ivlay Arts.
The International Club was formed in
1964 with the hope of meeting people
from varied backgrounds and sharing in-
sights gleaned from travel to other parts
of the world. In addition, the Club serves
as a vehicle for students who have come
to South from other countries to meet
South students and make an easy transi-
tion into the daily life.
There are no elected offices, as the
International Club wishes to remain a
Ioosly structured group, never dominated
by a single student or group of students.
Instead, they cultivate feelings of kind-
ness and generosity, understanding and
togetherness. Except for the first meet-
ing, their monthly meetings are always at
a member's house or at a planned activ-
International Club activities usually fall
into three categories: learning about indi-
viduals and their countries, helping with
problems encountered by individual
group members, and doing things! Favor-
ite activities have been International Din-
ner during May Arts, Pot Luck Dinners,
and Ice Skating,
Row 1: T Nguyen, S Yee, F Raider, F Maragheh, C Watkin, I-I Tran, L Va Vong, K Huynh Row 2: Mrs.
Flatner J Olansky, S Armian,N Fine, N Komar,K McI.aren,J Neiberg,O Komar,S Farino,V Leiva Row
3:I Faingershd MacIver,K Aver,D Tong,tvI Ben-Ur,R AIIschuI,M Park,M OgIesby,C SuIIivan,V Tang.
S Iv1eshulani,F? Sadeh, A Chichian, G Doughman Row 4: D Greiff, Y Farino, J Chen, S Hussain, L. Kim,
K Fang, M Puerts-Fieyes, P Celli, Fi' Henry
Row 1: T. Stern, J. King, J. Hasten, A. Delflogatis, S Schwartz, A Elrnan
Row 2. H. Andrews, J. Gumes, L. Hurwitz, S Michelson, K McLaurin, L
Hite, M. Busney.
Row 3. P. Sherman, Fl. Shone, S. Montoya, A. Piessens, V Ben Ur, J
Olansky, M, Rosenthal, W. Waldstein, E. Vayle, S Kalis, B Shone, J
Wolfe, D. Greiff, E. Epstein.
B. Chnaravelotti, K. Van Vloten, P. Cells, K. Springer.
E. Slawsby, A. Kaplan, D. Okun, J. Bernson, I. Faingersn
Row 1: J. Moscow, A. Kaplan, C. Tsamtsourus, S. Selig, D. Putnoi, B Levy
Row 2: E. Slawsby, W. Bookstein, J. Bernson, S Paulson, N Fine
Row 3: A. Hague, F. Shukri, D. Kay, D. Brown. S Goldstein, M Kelly, A
Gordon, N. Slolnick, Y. Wu, S. Leiberman, A. Timmer
Row 4: M. Harrison, D. Shapiro, J. Stern, A. Lerner, S Cream, L Evans. L
Semonian, T. Hackett, D. Okun, S. Armian.
Row 5: A. Oliver, M. Hendrix, L. Batlen, M Hinkle, M Kaooellas
Row 1: D Daniels, J Schroeter, A, Miller, O. Komar.
Flow 2: T Hackett, J Jacobson, M Cohen, J. Ler-
Flow 1: D Greiff, M Paulson, T Barone, J Jeong, D Daniels Row 2: M Ben-Ur,
N Komar, S Grayzel, Fl Wishengrad, O Komar, B Bosenson Row 3: C
Bowers, J Olansky, S Logan, I Speizer, P Coyne, C Watkins, B Levy, L
Mandell, J Kresja
Past Present 8: Future
This year's Science Club was head-
ed by Joe Jacobson. They sponsored
many different projects, and attended
many others outside of school, visiting
laboratories and going to demonstra-
tions. Each month, a meeting featuring
a guest speaker was held, informative
and enjoyable. Those who wished also
undertook individual projects, encour-
aged by their friends.
The History Club, one of the largest
clubs at South, attracted students with
as varied interests as Ancient History
to U.S. History. Under the leadership of
Presidents Mike Wishnie, and Doug
Okun, this year's History Club had reg-
ular meetings, planning events such as
film shows, Oxfam drives, and of
course History Month. This year the fo-
cus was on Black History, organized
with the help of the Black Student
Union. It was a great success, a fine
culmination to a fantastic year.
The Explorer's Club is for those who
love the outdoors, for those who like to
spend their free time enjoying nature.
Led by Sharon Grayzel, the club takes
weekend trips around Massachusetts
and New Hampshire. There are no reg-
ular meetings, but the Explorer's Club
members see each other often, hiking,
bicycling, cross country skiing, or
beach walking around New England.
Row 1: Fi. Ritchie, J. Zeitlin, S. Richmond, M. Leibovitch, T. Hackett, W. Bool
stein, C. Bowers, E. Murray Row 2: V, Albert, D. Robbins, M. Wishnie, D. Okun,t
Grayzel, I Speizer. Row 3: S. Lowenstein, C. Bess, H. Flosenstein, B. Fiosensoi
H, Schwartz, J. King, J. Braverman, B. Kennison, E. Scherz, D. Andelman, l
Schwartz, D Thorburn, J Neiberg, N. Finem, B. Whitman, M. Brooks, l
McLaurin, J Shapiro Row 4: J. Springer, D. Freize, J. Ketterer, L. Bailen,l
Wishnie, C. Webber
Row 1: V. Tsang, M. Wishnle, K. Barnett. Row 2: G. Lee, Ms. Kantrowitz, E. Gartner, S. Chin.
A number of clubs at Newton South
have appeal, for those students in a com-
petitive frame of mind, Almost every
weekend, for example, the Debate Team
travels to high schools around New Eng-
land, competing with different schools for
speaker trophies and team awards. They
must research extensively, and be pre-
pared to discuss any number of issues,
from nucleardisarmamentto standardiza-
tion of NATO weaponry. They are a deter-
mined group, successful and knowledge-
able. Also, the Debate Team hosts its
own tournament at Newton South, which
was attended by high schools from
around New England,
The Math Team represented one of the
school's most successful clubs this year.
Through December, the team was ranked
in the top twenty state wide. The team
had to work hard to oversome the loss of
many important mathematicians, but they
successfully compensated. Once a week,
after school, the team meets for practice
and discussions. Then, five times a year,
they attend meets, and they hope to
qualify for statewide and region competi-
tion. They are coached by Ms. Kantrowitz.
i Debate Team
low 1: B Schwartz, J. Davis, J Jacobson, M. Matorin. Row 2: A. Rogoff, Fl. Goldman, P.
teller, H Schwartz, S. Lowstein, C, Webber, D. Barnett. S. Metler, L. Rottenberg. Row 3: P.
uce. C Floser, M. Temkin, L. Richmond, B. Buraney
Ftow 1: Fl. Ahmed, Fl, Rosenberg, L. Young, Ft, Powell, E. Crasnick. Row 2: R. Young, E. Gann, M. Fleishman,
L Pettipaw, C. Wu
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The Science Fiction Club is one of the
newest of South's clubs, but it has al-
ready attracted a strong following. The
club has high goals, such as inviting oc-
casional guest speakers and publishing
its own magazine which would contain
contributions from South Students. The
members are an enthusiastic group,
reaching for the stars.
Everybody has been in a class when a
filmstrip broke, or a projector malfunc-
tioned, or an overhead projector blew a
bulb. There is a dedicated group of stu-
dents at South who make up the AV Club,
and it is these students who fix the many
problems that are inherent with audio vi-
sual machines. The AV Club runs all mov-
ies, slide shows, and video-tape ma-
chines that are used throughout the
Row 1: O. Komar, Mr. MacKerron. Row 2:J. Gandbir, N. Schneider, B. Rosenson, B. Levy, F. Raider, R.
Kennison, L. Lerner, J. Goldberg
Row 1: J. Salter, S. Gaines, S. Lowenstein, N. Weinfield, S. Weinfield. Row 2: P. Broadfeld, R. Ahmed, S.
Weiner, T. Sasson, A. Armian
Reflections is, in many ways, the most
creative of the clubs or organizations at
Newton South, for Reflections is the
school's Literary Magazine, compiled
from articles or poems or stories submit-
ted by any student of Newton South.
There is every kind of item inside Reflec-
tions, from drawings to Renaissance writ-
ing to short stories. The Reflections staff
meets once a week, discussing the differ-
ent items that are for consideration. lt's
exciting work, but not always easy. The
final product is the 1983 Reflections,
made by the students of Newton South for
the students of Newton South.
The Enrichment Program is one of the
most exciting aspects of the entire
school. On a regular basis, the Enrich-
ment Program brings prominent speakers
to Newton South: television personalities.
sports stars, current event lectures, au-
thors, and other guests. Enrichment Pro-
grams are always well attended, which
demonstrates the interest South students
have for this unique program. This year.
the Program had an Alcohol vs, Media
program, a Law Awareness Program, and
guest speakers from the new Attorney
General to Congressman Barney Frank to
Congresswoman Margaret Heckler. Fac-
ulty director Phyllis Monderer notes:
"When our programs give just one stu-
dent something to think about, we have
There are many organizations and
clubs of Newton South that are specifical-
ly designed to improve the school, to
make Newton South a better place, for
the students and for the teachers. These
organizations are comprised of students
who want to do more than just arrive at
school at eight and leave after the last
bell, they want to put their imprint on New-
ton South, improving it for themselves and
classes to come.
The Cutler House Council is made up of
enthusiastic students concerned with im-
proving the Cutler House area. Led by
Cutler Housemaster Judy Neville, these
students are responsible for running both
in-school projects and community pro-
jects. In school, their main task is the
maintanance of the Cutler House Quiet
Study Hall, while their community project
is the organization of a blood drive. They
also hope to continue with past activities
such as concerts and school-wide
Another example of dedication is the
students who are members of the Good-
win House Task Force. Along with their
leader, Mrs. Paula Mealy, these students
enrich the Goodwin House area, while
also sponsoring outside of school activi-
ties. This year's Task Force is consider-
ing getting involved in an Alcohol Educa-
The Black Student's Union's main ob-
jective in 1983 is to increase awareness
of Black Culture, says co-president Karl
McLaurin. He, his co-president Mikel Og-
lesby, and the other members of the
group are responsible for many activities
during the school year, designed for the
participation of all South students. This
year,theirprimary endeavoristhe organi-
zation of Black History Month, which they
are co-sponsoring with the History Club.
Also, they hope to bring speakers to
South, as well as organizing a school-
wide dance. Whichever activity they are
involved in, the Black Student Union en-
courages all Newton South Students to
The Girl's Athletic Association of New-
ton South is concerned with maintaining
equality for girls' sports, as well as pro-
moting the spirit of all athletes at South.
They are responsible for many activities
that benefit the whole school, such as the
organization of the banquet at awards
night. The GAA also sells baked goods at
football and basketball games, and sells
scarves and hats in school. The money
raised by such activities often goes to
establishing scholarships to summer
The senior class officers are the orga-
nizers of all activities run by the senior
class. With help from various senior class
committees, these four students coordi-
nate many fund raising activities, benefit-
ting not only the senior class but the en-
tire school. This year, they have led a
magazine drive, and also plan many other
things, such as dances, talent shows, a
car wash, and a student service auction
at which South students volunteer their
services to those who need them. ln addi-
tion the senior class officers are respon-
sible for planning the senior class show
and the senior prom.
Girls Athletic Association
Row 1: D. Rudnick, B. Chiaravelotti, l. Speizer, C. Wilcox, B. Shaeffer. Row 2: B. Galvin, C.
McClullen, S. Speizer, L. Leitman, B. Lettman, C. Bowers. Row 3: B. Murphy, A. Beaty, A. Oliver, S.
Paulson, M. Rosenthal, F. Shukri, L. Evans, D. Segal, C. Wales, F. Raider, C. McCrory, U. Gandbhir.
Row 4: M. Sullivan, S. Cohen, M. Daley, S. Logan, S. Prendeville, L. Hurwitz, A. Casson
Black Student Union Senior Officers
Row 1: J. Gumes, K. McLaurin, S. Anglin. Row 2: M. Russel, V. Karl McLaurin - Treasurer, Marc Leibovitch - Vice President,
Bryant, C. Burley, K. Howard, T. Gaines, K. Jackson, S. Simms, Carolyn Bess - President, Debbie Putnoi - Secretary
Goodwin House Task Force Cutler House Council
E. Scherz, R. Lipof, B. Littman L. Goldman, Ms. Malone - Nevill, T. Sack, J. Singer, S Speizer
There is a large group of politically in-
terested and active students in Newton
may exercise their
South, and there
through which they
political inclinations. The Student Repre-
a group of twenty-
sentative Council is
nine students, elected by the entire
school, who are interested in making
Newton South a better place for all. The
SRC meets once a week, discussing pro-
posals from members and non-members.
Chairman Joshua Davis considers this
year's Council an especially productive
one. They have continued the Student
Feedback Forms that evaluate teachers
and they have established homeroom re-
presentatives. One of the finest accom-
plishments of the SRC is the switch this
year to open meetings, providing a forum
for every member of South.
Another politically active group is the
Harvard Model United Nations. These
eighteen Newton South students traveled
to the Boston Sheraton for four days in
December, representing the Africa coun-
try of Tunisia. David Finkelstein and Mi-
chael Boches were head delegates.
The Model United Nations is an organi-
zation of High Schools around the United
States, each school representing one
country and supporting its foreign policy
in debates and Security Council ses-
sions, some of which may take place from
2 AM to 6 AM. Harvard Model United Na-
tions is an enjoyable and educational ex-
perience for all.
S.T.O.P. was started last year, and is
now a part of the national organization to
prevent Nuclear War. Organized after the
nuclear awareness week last spring,
Stop has become one of the most active
groups in Newton South. ln a short time it
has developed into a legitimate forum to
talk about the problems of nuclear war
and to educate the students of Newton
South about nuclear war.
The Newton South chapter of STOP
has been involved in many national is-
sues. A busload of South students attend-
ed the New York Nuclear War Rally in
June of 1982, an experience which was
worth the hard planning that went into it.
Many other events and programs are
scheduled for this year, including a Nucle-
ar Film Festival, attended by Helen Caldi-
cott, a nuclear activist who came to South
in 1982 and helped STOP come into be-
ing. After these movies, Helen Caldicott
will lead a talk session, informing and lis-
STOP has also worked on developing a
course on nuclear awareness for Newton
South, which is sorely needed. ln conjunc-
tion with Newton North, leader Becca
Levy and STOP of Newton South is orga-
nizing a National Letter of Support for all
high schools against Nuclear War.
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Row 1: J Neiberg, C Knapp, J Davis, M Boches, D. Finkelstein Row 2: D. Kay, W. Bookstein, R. Boren, J. Braverman H
Schwartz, B Schwartz, D Davis, D Jaffe, J. Conviser, S. Gunn
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Row 1: L. Leitman, S. Speizer, S. Richmond, B. Chiaravelotti, B. Bonato.
Row 2: J. King, S. Murphy, J. Davis, A. Miller, D. Daniels, M. Leibovitch.
Row 3: R. Kennison, M. Hinkle, T. Sack, L. Evans, J. Wolf, P. Model, E. Epstein.
M. Boches, B. Levy, D. Botkin, B. Fiosenson. Row 2: N. Dibner, W. Bookstein, C. Ferring, J Kibel
Denebola is Newton South's newspa-
per, both entertaining and informative. A
wide range of talents is necessary to pub-
lish a school newspaper, and every as-
pect of South's community, from layout to
advertising, business to editing, writing to
circulation, photography to graphics,
unites to assemble Denebola.
Perhaps more than anything else, Den-
ebola serves to inform the South stu-
dents. Its healthy diet of columns, inter-
views, reporting fwith occasional
expose-sb, feature articles, and photo-
graphic essays strengthens everyone's
understanding of life inside and outside of
Denebola covers more than just
events inside South, local stories, nation-
al editorials, and regional articles often
appear side by side with features on
South plays or other events, demonstrat-
ing Denebola to be as valuable a news-
paper as a South tradition.
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Row 1: W Bookstein, J Madden, B Flosenson, C. Bess, A. Rosman, S. Cohen, B Levy, B. Doren, J. Braverman.
Row 2:0 Tong, J King, D. Okun, L, Kohl, M Wishnie, J. Chaban, S. Doolin, J, Conviser, A. Miller, M. Boches.
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At the start of this year, Barbara Bakst and Ra-
chel Kennison, the directors of Newton South's Ra-
dio Show, decided to change the name of their show
from "South High Speaks" to "Speak Easy."
"South High Speaks" had never been successful,
and the change of name symbolized a change of
attitude. No longer is the morning radio show fSat
Mornings, 7:15, WNTNJ simply comprised of people
reading standard articles, it now is alive, with a
south student as a guest-host each week, talking
informally about issues at Newton South and things
that affect Newton South students, or simply about
what's going on at South.
"Speak Easy" is a great opportunity to learn
about radio and what goes on behind the scenes at
a radio station. lt's an entirely new and different
experience, for most, far different than talking on
the phone or in to a tape recorder With the help of
their fantastic Technical Director Kan Lobodkin,
Barbara Bakst and Rachel Kennison have changed
Newton South Radio for the better.
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The pages you hold in your hand are the
result of a year's work, our REGULUS 1983.
lt is impossible to calculate the number of
decisions that create a yearbook, from
choosing a cover design to laying-out each
page. A decision was made, thought about
for three or four seconds, and then quickly
replaced by another problem, suffice it to
say that our heads were bent over the table,
coming up only for air, never for a look be-
hind. This yearbook is the sum of all those
We survived interminable sessions of lay-
out and discussion, miraculously met seem-
ingly impossible deadlines, sorted the outra-
geous suggestions from the fine ones,
outlasted long afternoons and the Ghost of
Yearbooks Past. And, to the delight of all,
we had a good time along the way.
Editor in Chief - Laurie Millender
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Business and Managing Editors - Marc Busny and Carolyn Drucker
Art Editors - Jane Longson and Debbie Putnoi
Copy Editor - Andrea Kaplan
Circulation Editor - Karen Miller
Data Editor - Carolyn Ansin
S. Saitow, A. Gilfix, J. Maclver
K. Auer, A. Glasgow, M Fiosental
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There are many musically interested
students at Newton South, and many op-
portunities for them to display their tai-
ents. Whether students enjoy singing or
playing an instrument, they can find the
One of the largest groups is the Con-
cert Choir, a group of some hundred stu-
dents who meet four times a week,
throughout the year. Led by Helen Taylor,
they sing a large variety of music, from
Bach to Scottish Folk Songs. They do
morethanjustsing however: they discuss
the background of the composer and the
piece of music. Various performances
throughout the year keep the Concert
Choir in tune.
Another vocal group is the Vocal En-
semble, smaller than the Concert Choir,
but more select. Auditions held at the
start of each year determine those who
will be in the Vocal Ensemble, a group
which usually numbers around thirty five.
These students perform both in Newton
South and outsideg Lord 8- Taylor and
Women's Clubs were a few of their stops
this year. Like the Concert Choir, the Vo-
cal Ensemble sings a wide range of mu-
sic, including Christmas Carols, folk
songs, and classics like Handel's Mes-
Those who prefer to exercise their fin-
gers rather than their vocal chords have
the Jazz Ensemble, the Orchestra, and
the Band. The Jazz Ensemble meets once
a week, after school on Tuesdays. The
forty students who comprise the Jazz En-
semble have a wide range of interests,
and together they play different selec-
tions, from old Swing tunes to modern
rock selections. They perform for both in-
school concerts and special occasions.
The Band is divided into two sections:
the Concert Band and the Marching Band.
The Concert Band consisting of forty stu-
dents meets four times a week. Directed
by Ron Bergin, the band plays music from
contemporary favorites to less familiar
works. The Marching Band is a section of
the Concert Band, which, twice a week,
leaves the confines of Newton South, go-
ing outside to practice formations. These
are talented musicians who play at home
football games, and who must practice
boththe music andtheformation through-
out the fall.
The Orchestra is also divided into two
groups: the Full Orchestra and the String
Orchestra. Both are led by Mr. Duckel,
who directs the orchestra in the many
concerts they perform. In addition to
these school concerts, the orchestra
plays for themselves, outside of school.
For instance, Mr. Duckel received an invi-
tation for the orchestra to visit France,
which they shall do in April. One Cellist
commented, "Playing in the orchestra is
a creative and enriching outlet." Un-
doubtedly, all music students, instrumen-
tal or vocal, feel similarly about their
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1-1-1 Upland Ave
ll you want something reach your
highest and work your hardest"
Skiing 10, 11 Captain Lacrosse
10, 11, 12, Soccer 11, Spanish
MENEZUELAN EXCHANGE' To two
good friends Bobln C, Patty P BS,
JH SM, BS, FB, KG, WP, DM, BP,
SPICE, BL. CM, BB, LH Thanks to
the Freedmans Good Luck MA, JA.
JA Thanks Larry for being a friend
All my love to mom and dad Thanks
Benjamin S Adler
11 Elmore Street
BaseoalI10, 11,12 SZ, SK,
M M , 13 L To My Family THANKS
21 Deborah Road
'Success is composed not only
ol good Ideas, but also ofthe drive
to follow them through to complea
Jef1fll.Y f1O 17 81 - the
BEST is yet to come'
Thank Mom, Dad and Lee -
.without you I couldnt have come
this far - I LOVE YOU'
Onward and Upward
J 1 Country' side Rd
'+I-agar May Arts B2 Well
E T Rarhbaldl SUMMER 82
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61 Alban Rd,
Soccer 10, 11, 12 Lax1O,11,12
"Good things come to those who
wait" Karen lL.Y. Ross, Waban'
ites, Guys, Gals, The Cape - 82,
Mom + Dad, thanks for every-
thing, we made it, thats 2, 1 to go,
Caryn, lor all the advice and sup-
port, thanks David - it's your turn
now, good luck, you'll do fine,
303 Lake Ave.
"He who conforms is lost" RA.
Free Verse, Gtbberishg Bic Mac
Battle ol the pun. MELLOW: hair,
Down the establishment. Politico
liberal. Dragons, Fantasy. Last
Don't forget your towel,
283 Brookline Street
Jill, wanting to hold you, wanting
you near always. tjourneyl
Thanks Mom and Dad for putting
up wrth me Paul thanks to you I
can buy now SO LET'S PARTY
27 Stoney Brae Rd,
Cheerrng 12, Spanish club 12
Jeannie A B F F Frankue - I lv UI
Heidi Lionel, Andy, Micheal, Debby
- consume' Andrea S. the Sin-
ners, "GO" "Bunny" "wabbit"
"luzzy duck" "Oh ma god"' 25's
"stup1d earthl1ng" RK WP C S
SA'sJG DC MB M,M,,etc.
'Love to my families' I don't know
wherelm going, butl'm on my way'
27 StonyBrae Rd.
Cheerleading - 12
"Trouble is easy to get into but
hard to get out of."
HEIDI, ALLYSON, Amy, Millers,
Lee, Lori, Beannie, Darragh, Thun-
der, Kerm, Paul, 2 Chucks, Babies,
Ricky, Nang, Jill, etc. "Ducky
Fuzz, Duzz Me?" "The Guys" -
Heid's The Chase Goes On
THANKS to the family. Don't ever
5 June Lane
"This is not the end, it is the begin-
ning" B-Ball 10, 11, 12 Spanish
club 12 BSU.
"My boys" Steve, K-Kool, ET,
Abes, Sgt, Tracy, Kent, Kev, Vin,
Thanks Mom and Dad.
5 June Lane
Football 10, 11, 12 Basketball 11,
Track 12. I hope my friends stay
good friends and succeed in every
area they go into. Stride for excel-
lance Thanks Mom and Dad Good
Lucki Scott, TH, MO, KH, VB, KM.
KJ, MR, TS, SL, Donnetta, Mi-
chele, Kim SC, DM
38 Lovett Road
"This is how it ends this is how it
starts, simple songs to sing with
friends and hold inside our
hearts" Secret Cookie Grams -
luv ya, TFL, singing, jems, Sl -
Gh., mama - bebe, 3L's - we
did, Mom, Dad, Laura, Jen -
There are words for the magic of a
sunrise but none of them will do for
you - I LOVE YOU!
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Oak Hill Park
"I'II never diet again
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GIE' "THE BE-BOPPER D!-P
RELL, Walking the halls Eat a'
ED's "NO DRIVE' GOOD RID
6 Brush Hill Road
"I can understand a child afraid cf
darkness, what's sad is an adult
afraid ofthe light"
Montreal 82, Front row Santana
Silx, GBS, TDF, Baha'i Faith HA,
KM, KP, JM, PS, NF, RB, NA, DK
Mom and Dad - Your friendship is
very special to mel
I love you!
Matthew E Ashare
33 Lawrence Road
Hmun, NHSrnun ll-12, Debate 12
Cross Country 11-12, Israel -
K B 10th grade
"lt's better to burn out than it is to
rust 4 RUST NEVER SLEEPS'
B3 Countryside Rd
Hears to all the kids in the ggns
BO, KB, MD, PK, LS MG AE JG
ME, BE, RE, and sorta N
Swimming ll Capt 12
Outdoor Track I2
T3 Olds squint Well all right TESS
39 Rockland Place
28 Richardson Road
49 Woodcliff Road
"lt the facts do not conform to the
theory, they must be discarded"
Doonesbury, Kayaking, sailing,
biking, hiking, skiing, "Dynamic in-
dividuals" S CREW GRATEFULL
40 Clark St
Tennis IO Cheerleading 11, 12
Memories maybe beautiful and
,et whats too painful to re-meme
her we simply choose to forget
so its the laughter we will ref
'rierriinfr "I-IEIDI, GWEN,
Heawrfr Lori Jill, Ricky, Babies,
',I'iuf.P and the rest ET, ChipNf
ftalf- Petublfrs ' Fuzzy Duck, Duzz
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1308 Walnut Street
International club 11, 12 Regulus
Literary Staff 11, 12
FS., WB, - I'm trying to forget!!
Dancing all the way to London -
with Adam Ant CPrince Charming!!
Stand 8 Deliver, you Goody 2
Shoes! S.B. and KC. - on your
toes! Good Luck to all my old
friends, and many thanks to my
Barbara Lee Bakst
18 Lovett Road
I will always keep beautiful memo-
ries of dear friends. I thank all of
you!! To two special friends, RLK
+ WRM I love you both always!!
l've waited long enough, now it's
finally my turn to move on. lt's not
an end ,.. it's just the beginning
836 Chestnut Street
ll White Ave
10, 11, International Club 10, 11.
Very Best to EC, RC, VL, LY, and
everybody else whom l've known
for two years
140 Dudley Rd.
GCC Good times had by all. "Life
is what's happening to you while
you're busy making other plans."
J. Lennon "ln the end we all end up
DEAD - so Aiko-Aiko all dayl" -
Grateful Dead Je'T FYee always.
Stardust Anyone? - thanks
G.A.W., R.Y., J.L., MC.
17 Halcyon Rd.
The best 8. most beautiful things in
the world cannot be seen or even
touched. They must be felt with the
heart. REMEMBER: R.G., J.A.,
M.M., C.B., MM., KS., A.A., DB.,
good friends, lonely times A.V, the
writing on the walls, the courtyard,
crew, Horizons, Harvard Sq., lsra'
el, trading earrings, being nuts, the
Bloe Boat 8. Cafe Topo
1 Newbrook Circle
Deeds Not Words . .
130 Hartman Rd
"Aim at the sun, and you may not
reach it. But your arrow will fly far
higher than if aimed at an object
level with yourself." Joel Hawes
Model U.N. 11, 12, Debate Team
11, 12,Der1ebOla 11, 12, MS,
RS., W M., A.G., MA., WA., JG..
D N., Chicago
Julie M Bernszn
28 Yorlf Road
"Sleep is for fools :fro ren , r
the sunrise, who nefer 'ge' 'Z .
twice " THE WHO l-l'f,ve,' Le,
Julio, "I hope my legs dgr 1 rpea
" Efplain' You can ' get 'rew-
from here' Lucky' Vile in the tree
kak ca va'P Angler Dad Mon Pe
ter, Ted, BEC - I love yea' We
tried not to age. but time had
rage " Pete Townsend
60 Brookline Street
I care not so much what I am inthe
opinion of others as what I am in
my own, I would be rich of myself
and not by borrowing - Michel
De Montaigne Thanks Mom and
Dad for all your understanding
Thanks to Stu, Shlel, B J .and S S
too Austria was greattt
51 Scotney Rd
Mgr of boys basketball - 12
Steph, Heidi, Heidi -the best of
friends' Fun times with JF, GL. NJ
DN, GW. GR, BB andthe rest ofthe
gang Always remember summer
of 82 Wild parties with BB GANG'
Steve, there will always be a place
in my heart for you f Cassie
Mom, Dad, Josh, Jane - LUV YA
Wendy Jayne Bookstein
269 Dorset Rd
"Lives of great men all rer"Pd
us We can make our Ines subli-
me And. Departing, leave beh nc
us Footprints in the sands 3
time " H W Longfellow My love tc
the Denebola office and at its n
habltants Many thanks to nm 'an'
ily, my teachers and nm " QDJS
66 Parker Avenue
Carolyn Leigh Bowers
30 Circuit Ave
'CB " Soccer, track "For long
you live and high you fly and smiles
you give and tears you cry and all
you touch and all you see is all
your life will ever be " Ilene -
you're the best friend anyone
could ask for Good luck JC, TM.
SG, LL, DP, AS, ES, 8. DP, Thanks
Mom and Dad you're the greatest
Ed I love you'
61 Hamlet St
"The Twisted Deception Of Life
that hangs by a thread in the back
of everyones mind becomes clos-
er to reality each day" "Its been
real 8 Its been Nice but it hasn't
been real nice" "DO IT UP" AH,
MK, SP, RM, LH, JM, BCM, CM,
TKF, CW, U2JB - S8.D8tR8.R -
SNOW DAZE LTD"CA-
MARC' '65llv1PALA SS
H5 Rosalie Road
Enrichment lnt'I Club, BBG Proz'
dur HRCA Oklahoma' 'lt all de'
Lands which way you look at rain'
Li .ws NW f so many memories'
VJ ML P- mucho mazal tov' LY
JG SO AC, JF, FM, PB, MM, EH
Thanks mom Q dad f llove you'
Jennifer Ann Botta
338 Langley Road
Anna Best Friends Forever!
Moe, Thanks for being there.
"A friend is the best possession
anyone could ever have"
Good knees, your one ofa kind!
Joey, l'll always love you fswear to
Lots of love + thanks to my family!
225 Dorset Rd. Waban
"The Elite" We live our lives like
there's no tomorrow.
Hockey 10, Baseball 10, 12?
Ron, Buddy, The Major, The Hypo
Van Halen, Ozzie is God, Lynn
Good times with everyBUDDY An-
drea, Nose spins, Casbah, Mr. T
Have you seen iunior's grades
Blow it off and write a note Hey bud
Iet's party, DOWN UNDER Thanks
to the family
21 Voss Terrace
Denebola 10, 11, 12 Debate 10,
11, 12 NSHMUN '82, HMUN '82
History club 11, 12
"Goodbye", said the fox, "And
now here is my secret, a very sim-
ple secreti It is only with the heart
that one can see rightly, what is
essential is invisible to the eye."
Antoine de Saint Exupery
12 Rowena Road
MISSYI Track, Art, VENEZUELA
Wend. KJ, JW, SG, LW, DH, DH
and everyone else Anita - F-ball.
B-ball, Tox and Yort, "Awntl" Love
BABYFACE Tricia, it's all yours.
Don't let them get you down and
you'lI always be on top! "There are
more things in heaven and earth
than are dreamt of in your phi-
Iosophy " - Shakespeare
Vincent Bryant N ""'
118 Brandeis Road
143 Florence Street
t'You know your lite is so tar well
spent when you can walk alone
and be content."
SRC. 10, 11, 12, History Club 11,
Cheerleading 11, Concert Band 10
15 Acacia Ave
207 Brookline Street
"If you see something that looks
like a star and it's shooting up out
of the ground and your head is
spinning from a loud guitar, and
you just can't escape from the
sound don't worry too much, it'll
happen to you, we were children
once playing wltoys" - Traffic
, "The Soft Parade CThe Best
PartJ" "PFLOYDian slips" Thanks
to my "V" 8 "B's".
,-1: u'x',,Tgil A M x
-.. N .5 1 'V
Q. 1 Q ,
f it .
.V ' 5 ill'-'ciisxffl
JJ 1, I '
-rw, if N
we gf. Qtlllfm-
A Chester St
my ertra Curricular trre"Js f,
ma1or,bud,buddy so to e' 3"
er assorted Sth nutrients car' ef,
inthe parking lot and ererynrere
else 1, 2, 3 VAN HALEN Z. B f 'J
::1 AWESOME TIMES MTH C H
PH,BB,AC,PS PW Bl. L
ARMEN THE CHABGEB2' Hare
you seen iuniors grades J!-tl
17 Ferncrott Road
"Buzz", good times are spantafie
ous but memories live on" skiing
Red, Blake, Thanks to all my
friends and good luck'
Lisa M Butters
106 Upland Ave
Cheerleading, Capt 11 8. 12,
Lax 10, 11, 12
'Moments are temporary but
memories are forever" KK
never 4get our past, lLYl TT, Bl
4eva' Wk Es. sum 81, W ski, N
Yr816 30 82, NB, Brig Cs, "Hey
BUTTS" Jill 1 rr 1, LM, SS, LP, SS.
CW, BL, JS. Bakes, BoBo, Chris,
Luck and love and never "good-
Dye" Mom, 8 Dad, Thanks for un-
Michael Andrew Castle
137 Hagen Rd
"At the top of even the highest
mountain is another summit yet
higher, and the longer we seek
summits, the longer the search will
The old friends from Maine
The new friends from south
25 Walnut Hill Road
"Don't confuse my schooling with
my education "
"Luck favors the bold "
Summers '81, '82 forever, 9 81,
Ma and Dad - l did it'
Bettina Marie Chiaravelotti
4C Phrlorick Road
Intuition takes me there"
intuition takes me anywhere"
Soccer, B-Ball 10, ll, 12
Lan CT, RT SM, "specializin" the
Por Kite in the tree sat am pfpant
JB lL, CB - Steves someday' SS
Col Annu Dad ride the wind Love
?'1,f!1'Jll"l Dad A A C, the spunk
E' H ' 7
37 Glenwood Avenue
JEFFREY SCOTT CHABAN
111 PAULSON RD
"Bones", "Portrait ofa blow-off"
Basketball 10, Tennis 10, 11, 12,
Denebola 10, 11, Business Man-
l'll neverforget the good times and
my good' friends - Buz, Ros, LS,
EK, SC, SF, SG, VA, SS, weekend
card games, the J. Giles concert,
parties, and Tulane. Thanks mom
+ dad, for putting up with me.
Andy, I made it!!!
Linda B Chee
235 Lincoln Street
"The rule is, lam tO-morrow and
lam yesterday - but never jam to-
"lt must sometimes come to
'1amto'day,"' Alice objected.
"No it can't," said the Queen,
"lt's iam every other day: to-day
isn't any other day, you know." -
- Toodaloo Newton South -
21 Frances Street
1O Larch Road
The B's, Van Halen, Eddie, An-
gus, Lacrosse, Hockey, Band,
Jazz en. Stepha, Ducky, S, u, Oda,
Dan, and to all the other great
friends I have, You know who you
are. L'v L.K. Mestide-Meshgina,
People to remember. I MADE IT -
thanks - Mom and Dad
99 Louise Road
"KILL OR BE KlLLED"
VETERAN: Pork-Chop Corridor,
AMBITIONSI Own and drive a 1968
442-W3O and take over the
"Tony's Locker Lives!"
TO ALL MY FRIENDS: Come buy a
car from me some day, I have a
78 Circuit Ave.
Well, L.Mc, CB., MC. + LM.
we've learned of love + abc's.
skinned our hearts + skinned our
knees. Thanks Jack, you gave me
love + helped me find the sun and
every time I was down you always
Love and luck to Pat and Kris.
Thanks MOM!! D.K., CR, tlast but
7 Broadlawn Pk.
"Good things come in LITTLE
packages." "PETITE is hard to
French Club - 1O, International
Will always remember South AA,
MA, EC, AB, JO, ML, LB, CW and
the guys. Keep in touch!
THANKS Mom, Deb, Josh, AI,
Dave, Sue, Roz, Nana, and Sonny!
95- , .
57' I '.
79 Brandeis Rd
Never forget my efperierces '
NS It's onward upward from here
gang but dont get to High. Cant
Iorget my "Awesome" party or
those adventurous "P-Runs 115-
tening to Planet Rock in the
Chitchmobile. Luck Friends
Thanks Mom 8 Dad for eferything'
The "Message" of '83 is - Loc'
kout World Armandos Coming'
ROBIN SUE CHUDNOW
604 SAWMILL BROOK PKWY
WE ALL KNOW SUCCESS WHEN
WE ALL FIND OUR OWN
S School of "82" Lunch out, l D'S
club's, Good Times 8. Memories
Best friends 4 Ever, Randi, Jacki,
Patti, Lilli LS C M L M B S D H
SSSM All my love to Bonnie.
Craig, Wendy 8. Phil Ma Thanx for
always being there, You're my
best friend IL Y Special Memo-
ries of DAD Florida, here I come
Julie Elizabeth Cohen
89 Lovett Road
Em, you dont have to be a star -
Adam - special to me forever,
BEST BKRBS! Ev, Jake, Ros -
closets ILYGSI SuzyO's at Jules
Salon for Men OLDIES' Donna 8
Meltz 8- Space 81 Deb - what
memories Col Dl Mum 81 Dad. the
GREATEST, anywhere. anytime.
ever!! Mish - knishwave, luck 8
love Nana 8. Papa 81 Aunt Rose
ILYI For Papa Roy I MADE lT"
Matthew E Cohen
25 Peregrine Road
"Discovery consists ot seeing
what everybody has seen and
thinking what nobody has
Albert yon Szent-Gyorgi.
Science Club 11 1.f'.SkiTB?iV1'1O
11, 12, Tennis Team 10 11 12
friends and family, thanks
Susan Ann Cohen
129 Selwyn Rd
"Now before we end and then be-
gin, we'll drink a toast to how it's
been" S Billy Joel
So many of my teachers deserve
an A' , thanks so much' Best of
luck to my friends' Thanks for ev'
erything Mom, Dad. Lawrence!
6203, 3112 l'll miss you Laura!
'This day we sailed on" - Chris-
43 Woodcliff Ftoad
James M Conviser
5 Stony Brae Bd
"Whatever worth doing is worth
doing well "
X-Country Ski 1O,11, 12,MUNS -
"altermun", DENEBOLA 11, 12
B S A 225 Nobscot with D F , M,
and the "men" "I won't be Iate"'
Good luck to all my friends and
those l wanted to know better
Thanks M 8 D, L 81 D'
ANDREA NICOLE COSTA
1725 Beacon Street
The Outer Z
Van HalenbBuddle, Liquid Lunch
Thanks to alls of you for those
Awesome times ILY Sid '
Monty" Battle of the minds 714
TMBLS, Up with the sun, gone with
the wind PB Weston, The Cape,
Doors' May all of your dreams
t,lff'wr1iff reality ILY I really do,
I r I li ,Rfk
V. Qt' r :rl fy
6551? 'x -::. 'Ulla
21 Albion St.
Memries fm NS will last 4eva
Member JA, SR, Veg, Pig. Gd Lk:
EP + CD, DP + SD. KE - misya!
Sumr 82 Lives! Kim - youll make
it! "Life Goes On" "Cuz lm free as
a bird now!" Thanx Sandy -
dunno wut ld have dun wfo u! By
Ina 8. HTTl Member Con82 tBooga-
Boogab PS. lm NOT a Hobbit JMT
ILY 8. JZB - Thanx for being!
"Happiness is found along the
way, not at the end of the road"-
Francis Thomas Conneely
961 Walnut Street
The long and winding road that
leads to your door, Will never dis-
appear, I've seen that road before,
it always leads me here, lead me
to your door,
To Gustav, Perry, and Glenn: You
are there excellent guys -
39 Donna Road
ELLEN SUE CRASNICK
163 Wiswall Rd.
"El" A V, 10, 11, 124 Science Fic-
tion Club 12, Publicity 8. Senior
Trip Comm, 12
"I expect to pa-s through this
world but once Any good or kind-
ness I can show, let me do it now
and not delay or neglect it, for I
shall not pass this way again"
Thanks Mom, Dad, Larry, Kippy,
Nana and friends for all your love
David Michael Cullen
73 Herrick rd
Hockey 11, 12
Good times with - JL, BH, PM,
BR, B 81 C JR, CR, AR, JW, BA, EM
Remember Dunky trips with Hoch
B 8. C and York trips. Never forget
the DO ME SISTERS.
Thanks for all the Special times
and Memories with Cammy.
Thanks MOM 8 DAD
76 Drumlin Road
We are muchtoo latetorthe past,
a little too late lor the present, but
just in time for the future.
It looks like we've made it despite
everything adults tried to teach us.
Thanks for everything M, D 81 P
Steve John Dakoyannis
20 Peach Tree Lane
"Oh so hot no time to take a rest,
yeah. Act tough ain't room for sec-
ond best. Real strong, got me
some security, Hey l'm a big
smash l'm goin' for infinity . . . " -
SC., JS., CK, JS., DS., M.P , and
all you other guys. Scorpions Led
Zeppelin VH Angus etc.
THANKS MOM AND DADlllll!ll
275 Brookline Street
37 Champa ST
This chapter of my lite is daff-
will never forget the merncr es
International club 10, ll Thaw
especially to you mom afld 'gang
Thanks Mr R, MR H Mrs C ard PA'
S Never forget you LY, ML ST
MB, TG PM f hope you ge'
along with-out me
27 John St
"A Friend is the first person who
comes in when the whole world
has gone out"
Jen, I'Il never forget ya' M N 8.
J B, IcouIdr1't have made it with,
out you Summer of "82" with
Bubba - Sanks a lot
Mom 8. Dad your the best""
Michael D Daniele
44 Pettee st
Good luck to all my friends and
especially AIR HEAD Keith - Rss
give it up Art Bill RAX Paul the
hard driver Remember the sate'
day nights biancos B U D N Si
F O I A J Smoken 327,196-9
29 Oak Street
Joshua Malcolm Davis
L36 Larch Rd
The young cousins did not quite
'off what to make of him Was he
1 "'rl,lSll'l himself? an uncle, per'
traps" a poor relation? But it was a
qmtortable house and a brilliant
'tiny' and in the end they would take
fir lflr lor what he appeared to be,
rlrifl he appeared to be very hap'
, lohn Cheever
' f- -at
" r a-:5
1 ,, 4,
Daryl Keith Daniels
491 Boylston Street
The most useless day of all is
that in which we have not laughed"
Good times wrthe group 81 the en-
tire music room crowd. Thanx
Mom, Dad, Sha., Berg, Duck, Mrs.
T PS. Never forget that some-
where out there, someone is play-
ing a Bass Clarinet . ..
Michael Scott Davidson
110 Countryside Rd.
Soccer 10, 11, 12 Ind, Track 11,
12 Out. Track 11, 12
"BOBO", "Life is a dream - so
please don't wake me." Gd times
- old boys, Ros. Spag. Dal. Fru,
Tou's greatest, Fun in Odes van!
Steph NO WAP!, Ed, Goose, Kush
- Gd Luck, Butts 5 votes? Lisa
you'Il alwy be there, Cl, 83 enjoy!
Gd Luck Bros. Mom, Dad - Love
47 Chatham Rd.
Newton Hlds. MA 02161
Tennis 10, 11, 12, State champs
once, twice? MUN 10, 11, 12 dele-
gation Champ "Rice is Nice" De-
"Wit is the only wall between us
and the dark." Mark Van Doren
Thanx to friends, teachers, and
esp my family - you were all in-
valuable. Remember Free Halls,
Work to Rule, Channel 4, and good
'lWait, I have one more joke!"
33 Skyview Circle
190 Hartman Road
ONLY THOSE WHO RISK GOING
TOO FAR CAN FIND OUT HOW
FAR THEY CAN GO: "U may never
see anyone in your h.s, clique
again but u keep your really good '
friends for life,"
QFANTASTIC 4 Sl, 8. IYA gangl -
ILY Mom, Dad, Ash, Deeps, Gram,
8. Scotch: "l've got to keep on cha-
sin' that dream though I may never
find it . . , "
Pamela K. DiClemente
39 Jackson Street
Italian Club 11, 12.
Beach Boys Endless Summers!
Love 81 Luck to, Cath, Nancy A. 81
Petefreens. Sm. 81 - Nstr. Nonna,
I love you! Always remember, Sum-
mer 76-82. . .SPYI PEER 4! Baby-
chick ICECALLI Buff. L. Gr. 81 Hisp.
TV's PA's OODEAI Sue 8- Maria,
Thanks for sharing a very special
everlasting friendship! TS, PR 8
. . , Bobby
Robin Lisa Doren
10 Voss Terrace
"Don't say goodbye, say fare-
weIl" Jane: Remember: Getting
lost, Mass Pike 8. pasteup.
Suzy: Remember: "Uh oh, I didn't
drive to school today"l
Susan: Remember: Nantasket 81
I love you Mitch 8 Al, Mum 8 Dad.
Good Luck KK
Authur M, Eisenberg
9 Hill Crest Circle
"There's only one way to rock"
Much later breezewayl Razz!! iPo-
licel QZONEIIII B.O., MG., MD.,
KB, J.G., L.G., RB., Bake ses-
sions "J, Giles" ... thanks BOR4
UMS and MOM and POP
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242 Waban Ave
"Never am I less alone than when
I am by myself, never am I more
active than when I do nothing
Min - IL life, ILY, IL them be-st
combined Rick - more love ai,
ways L H 8 S F summer '82 Wa-
CA, good luck - Marin, Jana,
Paul M 81 D - How many more
months? ILYI and D C
Seth A. Doolin
31 Moutnfort Rd,
"Chev breaks are snarling,
As you stumble across the road
But day breaks instead
So you hurry home
Don't let the sun
Blast your shadow,
Don't let the milk floats
Ride your mind,
So natural - religiously unkind"
53 Rachel Road
"Life is not measured in years, it
is measured in smiles, laughter,
Thanx to all my friends for all the
special times we've shared
C.S.ers, crusing with Lumpy, Ex-
plainl, Crees en enganar'P, K 8. C.
multiples. Celts, singing, X-Coune
try '81 Thanks Mom and Dad, ILY
tsorry about all the phone calls J
73 Broken Tree Rd
Newton center 02159
Elmo, Lacrosse 10. ll, 12, Foot-
ball 1O, Regulus sports editor
Spanish Club 1O, 11, 12
"caught up in dreams that I will
never let go" - Kansas
Good times with all the peep e I
shared a laugh with PC, JS
Thanks for listening Gooc Lck
Sherri, Matt, and Josh Thanks
Mom and DAd
36 Walnut Pk.
'tAt a glance a xenon sphere is
much like reality."
However, after further investiga-
tion one will find that a xenon
Look, Mommy, there's an air-
plane up in the sky.
59 Hyde Ave.
"I couldn't help it. I can resist
anything except temptation."
Aspecialthanksto myfriends SC,
J.J, IS, CW, O.B, BB, JB, and all
the DiMeIla's next door. Thaks
Bumble Rumble and my very spe-
cial family, special love to mom
David B. Finkelstein
203 Woodcliff Rd.
X-Country Skiing IO, 11, 12, Har-
vard Model UN. 10, 11, 12
B S A - 225, OA. - "Muskie"
Camping, Working, "Surviving",
with the crewi KK., PH., J.D.,
DF, JC, J.S., L.S., BO., and
Thanks Mom, Dad, Gayle, and Jill
959 Chestnut St
X-Country 11, 12 Track 10, 12
Things don't change only the peo-
ple who do them
lt'sbeenfunJJ JB DT SC and
all the rest of my friends
Thanks Mom and Dad
125 Wayne RD.
"Our year has come to break
away, we leave our closest
friends. Despite what comes be-
tween us, our memories never
BEN - I'lI keep on loving you! Best
of times in U.S.Y.! Night out with
NET. Good Luck to all my friends!
Mom, Mark, Janet, I Love You!
Judy R. Finger
1338 Beacon Street
Swimming, band, vocal ensem-
ble, dedo, Macha, and other span-
ish chatter, Sha Sha Sha - listen
- OYl, McDonalds, BBG, Venezu-
ela, Beattles, CSN, "suite: Judy
Blue Eyes", Celtics - Mchale,
Thanks to evertone for the good
times in '80-'83
Adam J. Fishbein
106 Deborah Road
NSHS, a superb educational insti-
tution from which l am honored to
be graduated. Wohl sicher wir und
sor genfrei: denn was nur lebt will
lie ben, meiden will keiner die
Minne A-C, Vi scrivo con amor.
Nous ferons que nosotros hare-
mos. Golf 10, Chess 10, Span-
i'Fren 10, 11 Good luck to my fel-
- CLASS OF 1983 -
Maria L. Fontecchio
419 Langley Road
Italian Club 11, 12.
Sue and Pam, my best friends you
guys are I11! Thanx, Never Forget
- CD, TS, PR, BD. We are 4 crazy
"chicks"! Sue - all I can say is
that you have great aim, The origi-
nal peer - 4, Buff. L. Gr., Baby
Chick, Hisp, IMPARTIAL - but
hopefully not for too long. Hershey
Squirts, ds, gyml
Thanx, mom and dad.
Jill D Forti
24 Caldon P ATH Newton
Memories are valuable but exper-
iences are unforgetable
Cheerleading Capt 11712
WK. ED Party CHR. B, CUPS NB
12482Q LB, SS, LP, CW, HB, LB,
TS HA, HA, OC, 1436 6717782
Scott, Lisa 111 Gene 1Of23f82,
HEY BUTTS, F-HALL Hallo, Twins
GT'S FOREVER, SW'S G-LUK EB.
BH, YAK, AT, Lynn, EB WX?
Thanxs MOM and DAD I LOVE
45 Ferncroft Road
Susan - "The good times are lor-
ever, the bad times fade away."
Sandy Smurf - Special Thank-
sfTimes, c Cruisin WfMaestro,
AD. -l- L.H. summer '82 talks
WfE.K., Aquarium S + T, Thanks
Pam, G-Times WfK.M., Lisa -
surveys, Silky - your the best!
Buzz + Chabes, Ron - Special
Times, Special memories.
Thanks to my family, I love you
more than you know! Good Luck
569 Sawmill Brook Pkwy,
"The incomprehensible is incom-
prehensible, and we know that al-
ready. But the cares we have to
struggle with every day: that is a
22 Southwick Rd.
Basketball 10, 11, Enrichment
Program 12, YG 8- B 11, SHSfsp,d.
Rem. those good times with LS.,
DH, PP., JJ., D,T,, L,J. "Get it
girl" Best Wishes! Best of luck 81
success to evb. GOOD RIDANCE
71 Sevland Road
"A friend is one to whom one may
pour out all the contents o' ones
heart, chaff and grain together
knowing that the gentlest of hands
will take and sift it, keep what is
worth keeping, and with the breath
of kindness blow the rest away
Debate 10, 11, 12
15 Van Wart Path
"The days to come are my
dreams The days that passed are
my memories, but today is now
when it all happens,"
"A smile takes but a moment but
the memories of it last forever"
good luck to special friends, we
made it! love you and thanx mom.
dad, good luck Adl Sandy my sis-
ter always, Joe my sweetie ILU
93 Manchester Rd
Keep dreaming it's better than re-
swimming 10, 11, 12
Little man at GCC. Eh Joss Bill I
DS. Karen my best buddy! CDBJ
canoe trip! Experiences we try to
forget! Summers at W C. t 17 yrs
Thanx for always being there'
Good times w Rene, Deb. JW
JA, Thanx Mom 8 Dad ILY Tim,
Kara, Tom, lLY
710 Commonwealth Ave
30 Woodbine St
Richard M Goldman
407 Waban Avenue
Debate 10, 11, 12
lt's up lor grabs
Tony's locker -
"It you have nothing to say, it's
best to say nothing."
Scott Paul Gordon
459 Dudley Road
'll'rn glad to report that even at
this late day a blank sheet of pa-
per holds the greatest excitement
tor me - more promising than a
silver cloud. I can remember look-
ing a sheet of paper square in the
eyes when I was seven or eight
years old and thinking "This is
where I belong, this is it."
E B While
Sharon Eve Grayzel
219 Lake Ave
"lm on the road to find out," for it
is not the arrival, but the tourney
and this is iust one step along the
To my friends "Lost in a dream,
Lost among the buttercups "
E3 , R , J
Jill Allison Goldman
118 Annawan Rd.
"Time it was, and what a time it
was, ... a time of confidencesf'
- P. Simon.
Mer, Ber, Ner, Re: Keep being
ones - you know what kind!!! BS.
- Good Luck Senior Year!!!
Thanks and Good Luck to all my
friendsllll It is time to move on!!!!
98 Hagen Rd.
"Each night I wait to get caught,
but I never do."
Good luck to JM, PC, EK, JC, and
to Mike at the big W.
Special thanks to SS, and MW for
their finacial aid. Thanks Mom and
Dad for your support.
29 Sharpe Rd
Cheerleading - 11
"Born To Run", Night with NET, LE-
HIGH - 11f8f82, J.B. - since
age 3, Sherri - "We swore tor-
everfriends onthe backstreets un-
til the end". Good Luck to all my
friends, Remember - Goodbye,
doesn't mean forever. Steven 81
Kenny - You're the best!
Thanks Mom and Dad - I LOVE
4354D Dedham St.
Since this is my second Year at
south I have to admit it has been
unusual. I guess l should say good
luck to everybody who thinks they
can make it in the world. To K R. I L
U!! Ps, l'M NOT AN AIR HEADIIII!
Sylvia Mina Groussis
3 Carl St.
"Il my mind can conceive it, and
my heart can believe it, I can
Loren - When your down and
troubled and U need a helping
hand .,. U got a friend. Mark -
OUCH! Hey Linda, Jo-anne we
All my love to mom, dad + Peter
and George, thanx.
66 Alexander Road
I Came, I saw . . . Well two out of
three ain't bad!
Thanks to mom, dad and Steve
Welcome ever smiles, and Fare-
well goes out sighing -
248 Winchester St.
Soccer 10, 11, 12, Basketball 10,
11, 12, Softball 11, capt, 12
Good luck: Cheryl, Billy, Jenny,
Kristen and Jennifer. My best ol
luck TOMMY, I will always love
111 Beethoven Ave.
THE ELITE "We Live Our Lives
Like There's No Tomorrow"
The Lot 81 The Grave. BUD 8 THE
MAJOR J.D.'s Tap! "The SUPER-
STAR" Auto Classllll "VAN HA-
LEN" 111, Morrocco Driving 8. The
CUTLASS. BRACKEN's PARTY!!
AWESOME TIMES WITH ELITE!!!
The ATOMIC PUNK "The 5th Nutri-
ent "WHERE'VE ALL THE GOOD
40 Hamlet St
VPolBSUA1O,12Tobe r G '
B - 11 I'Il never forget CT IM
HA, HA, HB, DT, DH, TH, KH, C. -
miss ya! TT, ST, HH, DP, YH, SG
IT, SA + MB "Where's the party
at""l MO - Luv ya' KM, SF my 5:1
cuz' JB - BF's - forever f GE
my 221 ACE! MU1 I couldnt ha I6
made it without you, thanx To TG
my first love, Diamonds are -
lorev er. Mom, we made it' HI Dad'
"I love you all because you cared
Thomas "Nem" Hackett
48 Windsor road
When opportunity knocked at my
front door, I was out inthe back-
yard looking for four-leaf Clovers
4 L qs
12 Antonellls Circle
Follow every light, follow every
star, maybe write a song tonight
and find out who you are.
T-Boppers, AD, 81 S.F. - Summer
82, SI - Gh., I and E, CD. - The
Frizzies, OH MYl, "MY CAR", For-
eigner 4 - GC., music family D 8
B, AMAZINGI, Thanks S 81 A, Love
you MOM 81 MARSH.
217 Suffolk Road
The blue man is smiling l'm not a
prophet or a stoneage man lust a
mortal with potential of a super-
man l'm living on - David Shall
she denunciate sanity And make
a plea For some simple peace-
'P Shall she turn to insanity? -
Thank you everyone, I hope you
know who you are
5 '-1, f
E'-vx 'fl I
.- ' V
TRACY K. HAIRSTON
18 Heatherland rd
"SMOOVE", yey now l know
BASKETBALL 10, 11, rocker's re-
THANKS, MOMMY, GRANDMA,
"King" TIM Goodtimes wfE-
VERYONEII "Fellas", "Anybody
Hot," "You Know Why", "Cause
We're COOL!" WE - FUNK!
"Your funkentelechy once turned
on, never turns off, "ARE YOU
READY - TO THROW DOWN.
Dec. 19, JOANNE 11117 THE TIME
. . ."AIN'T NOBODY BAD LIKE ME!
43 Hillside Rd,
"Friendship is just a little word,
it's people who make it big".
Always remember the great times
with all my friends. Ski trip '82,
concerts CThe Clashl, Volleyball
11, 12 Love those handles - P.M.
Good luck to everyone. Thanx
Mom and Dad.
"The MOOSE IS LOOSE"
Pon wall??'? "BROKEN GLASS"
"Never stay sober" THE ELITE!
Wild nights with SOCO, BB, BB.
PH, KS, TG. "THE MAJOR"
"Grave" Fri. Night Fights without
BB. Fast Times At NSHS "Hey
Dude" JD's PartyfHags Charger,
400m by JG - AIR FORCE -
thanks Mom, see you in four.
W. Kent Jackson
5 Sheldon Road
Joseph M. Jacobson
91 Neshobe Road
"lnvention breads invention" -
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Soccer 10, 11, 12, Skiing 10, 11,
12, Tennis 11, 12, Science Club
10, 11, 12, Debate Team 12
15 Thurston Rd.
... Welcome to this one man
Just take a seat they're always
No suprise, no mystery.
ln this disaffect I call my soul
l always play the starring role.
Does everyone stare the way l do?
I only look this way at you.
36 Stony Brae Road
"l look to the sea, reflections in
the waves spark my memory,
some happy, some sad, l think of
childhood friends and the dreams
Field Hockey 8. Lacrosse, CtS.ers,
Lucy's, latin circles, Explain! dead
fish lthree of themb, Don't yell at
me! Kak ca va? You can't get there
Thanx mom and dad -
Joseph Andrew Kaufman
850 Dedham St,
Wrestling 103 Gymnastics 11, 12
"Anything worth doing is worth do-
"SLlCK" SK, TS '72 chev, Thanks
to Mom and Dad for pointing me in
the right direction, Good luck to
Mari, I love you alll
29 Orchard Avenue
RememberSO, ML,PB, TM
MC, MB, AC, Yogi 5 skiing
Canadian Fish eat Blueberries Ita-
lia, Fiat 500's, Camels Sailing the
Charles, Hawaii the Clinic, Drurnlin
Farm Dad's wetwillies 8 icecream
Worry not Nui! Capito'P Va Bene'
Inventing the anti-gravity machine
Take Care lan!
47 Terrace Avenue
Football 10 11 12, Basketball 10
Wrestling 11, Lacrosse 10 11 12
Big: NB, Cloam, Aided zone,
Weekends at Cakes, Gno, Dave -
NB G-Block? A. Ees up, Mr Has'
sie? No, l won't buy for you. Beth.
we've got to jam. Butts 8- Jilly 8
every one else, it's been big Allin
all, not a bad way to spend three
years of your life. Thanks,
43 Hanson Road
Indoor Track 11, 12 Outdoor Track
"The harder you work, the harder
it is to surrender"
HOCH - chase me! JILL - re-
member all the great times, TODD
- WFIU. aquarium, MAMA wres-
tling wfDUEROD KUSH, ARDO
MC, R.L, E.K, SB, SMILEY GOING
AROUND THE BLOCK TO BUILD
UP SPEED Linda, Randi Marc,
Mike, MOM and DAD thanks for all
the help! LOVE YA
236 Varick Road
"All right now, that's enough of
- Pete Townshend
16 Stanley Road
t'Andyet the order of the acts has
been schemed and plotted and
nothing can avert the final curtains
fall, To live life to the end is not a
childish task." Dr. Zhivago.
I am no longer a mushroom, dad.
Rufus. you'll never be taller. Reish
- 121. All those who know - ILY.
Remember my name.
Joshua Andrew King
34 Agawam Road
"I will not equivocate - I will not
excuse - l will not retreat a single
inch" - Wm. L. Garrison
"What have I in my pocket"
J.R.R.T. LAX - Capt, NEBOLA,
others Hello Leibs, Beby Ros,
Doaf, l'm sorry, Kush, Abes Hose
-fun at UNH, LAX Camp Garth -
What do you do? Wabanites -
best Fun miles away - Hash-
browns at Cape, GUYS Breakfast
in Cornish, GiIRos Skiing KIDDO -
nice, Jimi Lives, Good luck to all
Rachel Lynn Klein
273 Upland Ave.
DO, Ol 8 NT, thanx for loving me
unconditionally. Lisa Josh Karen
your strength 8. support guide me.
The People, Huettigs 8 courtyard
THANKS! Sean, for yesterday to-
day 8 tomorrow I LOVE YOU. Russ
- you cared, the rose blossoms.
M 8. D thanks for your faith in me.
Anybody else in here feel the way i
do? Life is now in progress!
58 Burdean RD
"Those who wish to be
Must put aside the alienation
Get on with the fascination
The real relation
The underlying theme"
18 Devon Ter.
"You mean l'd NEVER get out?"
"I mean," said Rabbit, "that
having got SO lar, it seems a pity
to waste it."
- Winnie the Pooh
39 Byfield Road
Karl M. Knapp
17 Baldpate Hill Rd.
"Accomplish all you can in life, be-
cause when else are you going to
Cross-Country Skiing 10, 11, 12,
Model U.N. 12, Yearbook Photo
Thank you everyone, GO FOR IT!
Laura S. Kohl
54 Bound Brook Rd.
Denebola, 10, 11, Editor-in-Chief,
12 Skiing, 10-12, Lacrosse, 10-
2, Band Hebrew College, 9-12, ls-
rael '82 - Sprout!
Love to all my friends. Susan, best
friends always. Mom, Dad, Su-
sanne, thanks for everything, I
"Two roads diverged in a wood,
and I -fl took the one less trav-
eled by, fAnd that has made all the
difference," - Robert Frost
61 Wade St.
International Club 11, 12g Explor-
er's C. 12
What fun! Miriam and John Ryan l'll
never forget you. Maybe not you
either JG. O those far away places
where the natives speak apanish! I
don't know why Cynthia, I just feel
like saying Thank you. G 8 S pit 10,
"After all, the cello is the best in-
strument in the world" JZ. But
enough of dead birds, now life be-
4 Brandeis circle
"We need to create a world where
all can peacefully life the life they
To my friends - "even though we
may be apart you are always with
me" Ron thanx for the support 8.
confidence you've always given
me, Mom 8. Dad - I LOVE YOU, I
couldn't have done it without you
108 Rosalie Rd.
it's a matter of choice."
Basketball 10, 11, 12 Baseball -
10, 11, 12. All my love to Mom +
Dad! Thanks for all your love and
patience! Great friends: Sandy.
Ros, Josh, Todd, K-Kool and the
gang, Shez, Scott, Bobo. Thanks
Ms. A. cards games wfsick
friends, Hookups everywhereg
Famous quotes by N, McPheeg
Best of luck Liz and Laura!
David E. Laine
48 Westchester Road
"Dave and Beth together forever!
Remember all the great times we
had and all the great times we'Il
share in the future!" HI to BS.,
S.M., L.S., E.R. and the rest of the
gang! LOVE YA BETHll!l!
61 Wade Street
Newton Highlands 02161
International Club has good par'
ties Love to foreigners live got
to learn Spanish! "The Nord IS
die, life is a broken-winged bird
that cannot fly"
K - Langston Hughes
A tout a l'heure!
38 Mechanic St
Newton Upper Falls
My goal now, is to make the "lM-
POSSIBLE DREAM" a reality
Good luck to All my friends in the
years to come A.M. LS. M D B O
CA. JG. RB. Polish Power
Carolyn J. LaCamera
249 Dudley Road
"lf I leave here tomorrow, would
you still remember me, for I must
be traveling on now 'cause there's
too many places l've got to see.
Good times with . . , SM, SC, DA.
CN, PP M.N KB. Summers in Fal-
mouth . , . To my family . . . May we
be together forever . 2 3 BO
Love you always Chip
James Christopher Lambert
389 Woodward st
"Happy are those who dream
dreams and are ready to pay the
price to make them come true"
G T W W PM, BH, CR, DC. MP, BR,
LM, B 8. C. JM, JH, JF l'My only
friend the end" Remember P S -
Russ. Al, MadMax, and Vinnie MJ
f Best of luck, and thanx Neyer
forget Macs. BK, and York "Drip,
ble's" "Ouch that hurts us" "Klon-
8 Waldorf Rd.
To Charlie Sullivan - Thanx for
the push - Best of Luck! Roberts
Center, Sub money, Stairs, Nurses
Station, Benny, Sweetness.
Basketball 10, 11 Tavares 12
Thanx Ice, Trace. Charlie, The only
ones with guts M.T., AS, Rans,
K M , All the rest Thank you Mom,
you're the greatest!
Ellen P. Lee
15 Bertrand rd.
"You are never given a wish with-
out also being given the power to
make it true".
Track 11, 12, Lax Manager 11, 12
Great times with Kristin, Jo, Muff,
Kimmy, Lauren, and Jen. Love ya
always Dave . , .
Thanks for everything Mom and
Dad, love you both .., Ell
Mark Andres Leibovich
72 Agawam Road
HLEIBCSJ COD "Soccer, Lax, SRC,
10, 11, 12, Sr. class VP, Deneb 11,
"lf a plant does not live by its na-
ture, it dies. And so a man." -
thanks to the priceless friends
who have made these years so
meaningful "Mike let me be the
hero." - SR - Cape 82 Withe
guys. "Damn Crutches!", The
Code, KO. Bossy, "Wake up
Josh!", WSHEADS disease Love
to my very special family.
16 Kerr Path
, 5 .I K? ,
' 'xi tl
N03 W A
104 Carver rd.
Swimming 10, 11, 12
Kath fd.b,J thanx for 17 great
years. Summers in Maine the best!
Yes Rene I'm human too. GCC,
Good luck Squelle
Thanks Mom and Dad
35 Tanglewood Road
"LIVE FREE and LEARN FROM
MISTAKES or DIE", Toni.
Elizabeth J. Leitman
18 Avalon Road
Memories of soccer, track, Mon-
ster, Rudi, Teeny, CB, Sha, SM,
Dedo, Macha, "FF", roar, 22,
hunting, best buddies, "Rebel Re-
bel", "2 to go", 117, 3127, summer
at Bill's, "Moonlight Mile" - The
Stones, interpretations of the
mthds., the wrappers, "good
doggy" and "blue skies". Thanks,
Jon. . .Love to the "witch" of Ava-
lon Rd. and Jules.
248 Old Farm Rd
t'I'm just sitting here watching the
wheels go round and round, l really
love to watch them roll, No longer
riding on the merry-go-round, Ijust
had to let it go." John Lennon,
Good luck and thanksto my friends
- you know who you are! Mrs.
Korelitz, Mrs. Davio - your're the
best! Family thanks for everything.
182 Hartman Road
V.O. all the way and tthe stollen
carl Memories of the Holiday Inn
and Paul, Never forget our song,
Keep on Lov in' You by R.E.O.,
Cause I won't. If you love some-
thing, let it gog if it comes back to
you, it's yoursg if it doesn't, it never
was. Thanks, M 8. D
42 Cynthia Rd
"I asked him which was the
way back home He said take a
right at the light keep goin'
straight until night and then boys
you're on your own."
- Bruce Springsteen -
Don't Forget: Bruuccce, GCC,
Opus The Boss, Scary, WAE -
Thanks to All "Could it be that I've
found my home at last," - Steely
Dan - BYE!
302 Woodward St.
"One life, I'm gonna live it up, I'm
takin' flight, I said l'll never get
enough, stand tall, I'm young and
kinda proud, I'm on top as long as
the music's loud . .. "
The Elite - "We live our lives like
there's no tomorrow."
Baseball 10, 11, 12
Richard A. Lipof
37 Baldpate Hill Rd.
"You may say I'm a dreamer, but
I'm not the only one. I hope some
day you'll join us, and the world will
live as one." - John Lennon.
Gymnastics 10, 11, 12, Golf 10,
Good friends S.K, S.A, S.A, E.K,
HB, H.A, S.Z, K-KOOL, SC, JK.
Thanks Mom, Dad, C, R, M, P.
Michael E Leviton
84 Sumner St
Duuh, gee Tennessee Chumley
"The W-- Liberals" CW Ai-
Soccer, Gymnastics and a few
23 Lakewood Rrd
-.3-fat, Newton Highlands
"lt's broccoli, dear." "I Say it's
spinach, and I say the hell with it "
- EB, White
195 Old Farm Rd
V-ball Cpt. 12 B-ball Cpt. 12 S-ball
Hey Ce CAMJI Sha, Jen, MU Spice,
Donna, Chico, Bye Mom Mealyl
Thanx Coach B., MJ W KC 8 BJ JF
LB DR JA 2CRSl SG MB VO DS CG
KL, GL Bros LUV U Much Mom 8.
"Have no remorse. for there is a
friend out there, that you've yet to
Ill ' '
717 Boylston Street
Photo '81' Austria, Switzg Engl,
'82' Computer programers never
die they iust get lost in memory
banks! PS. - Do Ditty Dums 8.
Klondikes definitly! "THE AWE-
SOME PATROL' ', Headphones 8
Walkman Here To Stay!!! Then
they sent me away to teach me
howto be sensible logical 'practi-
cal intellectual - College Here I
Jeanne Marie Madden
46 Devonshire Road
Ciao! Friends, J'vous aime tout,
+JS' ' "Then the little pieces of
brain which had been cut out were
put away to think their little
thoughts quietly somewhere
among the garbage."
- J Burden "When life and peo-
ple bring on primal screams . . . "
- S, Tyler. Much love, X's 8. O's CQ
Cutums 8- Mum.
Vivian M. Mar
109 Rachel Road
When you wish upon a star,
Dreams will take you very far,
But when you wish upon a dream.
Life ain't always what it seems.
Earth Wind and Fire
Thanks BHS, D.M., AC., S.F,,
C G, SM., ,.. D.S.F.F.T.F.E.l-
L Y LV
Mitchell J Matorin
20 Buff Circle
"ln a punctual way ol speaking,
good-by " - Kurt Vonnegut
'lNow comes the mystery" -
Henry Ward Beecher
J D llt's a bit skunky, but toler-
able J, L'elan, il est libre"', OC
QE B W, 8 l'll bring the winel,
Thanks, W D 8. J D' KM le Boo-
zierj M 8- D!
181 Windsor Road
"Thus grew the tale of wonder-
And now the tale is done.
And home we steer, a merry crew,
Beneath the setting sun."
A plea, Robby, "l hope my legs
don't break " You can't get
there from here! Don't worry Sess-
liag l know zackly where we are!
Kittypillars "Ballerina, you must
have seen her, dancing in the
sand." Elton John
960 Chestnut St
At last! Goodbye and good luck to
everyone in cutler bathroom. B.S.
RC. M.N. A,D. JB. C.L. N.C. K.G.
TM. K.V, L.M. Good luck Audra in
your remaining years in South, you
to Debbie. All my thanks and love
to my family especially to Mom and
Dad, LOVE YA
72 Esty Farm Road
"SkyIer" Baseball 10, 11, 12
Thanks AR, PC, DG, EK, MD, JE
Special thanks to Mom 8. Dad!
Good luck to the Class of 83
William Karl McLaurin
72 Fisher Ave.
"Winning requires discipline. The
spirit requires freedom and I am
caught in the tension between
these two contradictory terms," H,
Treas, SC, HC, EP, BSU, Ball, IC. I
am K-Kool My chill Bro's and all
the rest of my boys, Lds - SS, JG,
AR, AR, My people - M's + D's
Thanx for your screams of anger
and love! Kim - wfo ya I wouldn't
be me, love you all. N - Ricks
Great memories , . . Kim, V CAPE
COD 4-ever. KALUHA sombreo's
always on my mind. Everlasting
diet!! Many good time's with
friends. RC, D,H, J.S, N.C. I can't
believe I really did it in 2 yr's "lf
you want something bad enough
you can do it" Stay friend's 4-ever
Babe K. Thanks Linda 8. Dad. Mom
ILY. Fred, An excellent 2 yr's
though good 5 bad I LOVE
Loren Marie McMullen
24 Carl Street
"l'm not afraid of tomorrow for I
have seen yesterday and I love to-
Syl - I couldn't have done it with'
out you, You are special. Linda -
Where are T 8. B? Pags - When
mountains crumble to the sea,
there will still be you and me. I love
you. Mom and Linda - Thanks -
57 Ripley Street
lf you love something, set it free. If
it comes back to you, it's yours, If it
doesn't it never was,
Memories: A.C., C.G., S,G,, V.M.,
S.F., MM., M.Y., JS., JM., S.M..
"Get up sleeping beauty", Chris'
Work stories, East!Q11S0f0 C86
Thanks to all my friends!
37 Fox Hill Road
"Kiss today goodbye the sweet-
ness and the sorrow wish me luck
the same to you . .. " C.L.
Mom, Dad + Phil, Thanks - Love
You Good luck to all my friends
BC, S.S, A.C, S.K. Cynth + Ren,
Who ever said, "Three's a crowd"
K-108, Florida 82, Venezuelans
The Pont + post box, CD, free-
bies at C.H. See you just now . ,.
59 Carl St
soccer 10, tt, I2
Good friends last forever, Loren
Mina, Jo-Anne Great times with
Paula + Nancy Thanks for being
there Sue, B S H, D F K , Good-
luck Pags, RC Summer'81w Big
sisters Thanks MOM for being
two Love to Kathy and John
31 Rockledge Road
Now we take our time so noncha-
lant, and spend our days so bon
vivant ... We light our lamps for
atmosphere, and hang our hopes
on chandeliers . . . We know it's all
a passing phase, and so its time to
change our ways, but l've loved
these days , . . Billy Joel
THANKS - friends 8- family
57 Ripley St.
"Good friends last forever"
Numbers, Needham, 8 "Stick to-
gether", Clubs, Westwood, Baby
Blanket, Hey Viv, 9:30-9i45, OK 7
C Meyers C Meyers Tanya, Go for
it Michelle! J,W. Late again! Be
therel, Centre St., Pantyhose 8
Halloween mask, All my love to
mom Good luck everyone!!!
63 Lovett Rd
"The distance is nothing, it is only
the first step which counts " l have
taken that step with help from the
BAYGL and REGULUS people, mg,
very special friends. and of
course, my fantastic family
LIVE LOVE LAUGH - we did' New
l'm "Looking for fun and feelin
groovy" Simon and Garfunkel
39 Homewood Rd.
"We mock the things we are to
Thanks to the guys from Waban.
Rodney Daingerfield and Mom and
Darrell C. Miller
22 Fenno St.
Best of times here at N.S.H.S.
Achieve all you can and make
something out of yourself. Scor-
pio, Maxx, Robbie, Sugar "D" -
in "83", Haircuts, potential,
Metco, Karen, Smurfs, The Wave
Now break it down, KJ, JA, ICE,
PD, RW, JG, FC, DAISY, JW, Hol-
lie-Moe, and Sweets. T.B.C. Cru-
saders, Never settle for less when
you can have the best - Me.
Thanks Mom for every thing
you've done for me
40 Butts Street
148 Truman Road
61 Wade Street
Karen Lynn Miller
27 Grace Road
Cheerleading, Lax, Yearbook,
Baygl X-Country '81, Israel '82,
' '... The seasons spinning round
again, the years keep rolling by."
Stephen - Thanks for waiting. 15-
Hits, T-Boppers, K 81 C's band,
Ros. Thanks to my friends - Good
times are forever. Mom, Dad, Da-
vid, 8. Barry - Thanks for your
love and support,
27 Roundwood Rd
SOCCER 10, 11, 12, TRACK 10,
11, Lax 12 GYMNASTICS 11, 12
"ALWAYS GIVE YOUR BEST EF-
FORT NO MATTER WHAT THE SIT-
BLO-PETE? BEND OVER, LET ME
DRIVE YOU HOME!! HOCH.
GOODLUCK IN THE FUTURE! DP,
SC, MP, JL, CR, EM, DC, JW, C +
BW AND FRIENDS COULDN'T
HAVE MADE IT WITHOUT YA.
ICHICS LYAJ MACS MUCH? LOVE
AND THANKS TO THE TWO I LOVE
AND RESPECT THE MOST MOM
AND DAD, YOU DON'T KNOW
WHAT YOU MEAN TO ME!
Wanda R. Miller
103 Beethoven Ave,
"Dance is the key to Iife"
"All the world's a stage and all the
men Merely . . . dancers."
BB. 81 P.K thanks for everything.
Coffee, Waban Ave., "FUNK IT!"
Courtyard, Now's the time to move
on, but don't forget the past for it
holds fond memories. Set your
mind to it and most anything can be
attained. To all my friends, our
friendship is real is real and ever-
Liza Christine Monahan
16 Wilson Circle
Great times and good friends will
always be remembered. K.V. more
adventures to come! S, C, E, M,
Poo-Poo, C, Spy - I love you!
Mom - you're a cutie - thanks!
47 Wayne Road
101 Avalon Road
"Do l know him?", "Sha-sha",
"Listen!", "I have to tell you some
gossip -", O. Market, dead head,
ice-cream, J. blocks, western
Swimteam, Vocal Ensamble, SRC
Thanks to all my friends and to the
"Brady Bunch of Avalon Road"!
William J. Murphy
12 David Rd.
Lacrosse - 10, Science club -
11, 12, J.A. - 12
M.O., J.S. - 1forAg 2 forBg 3forC
R.S., J.S., A.S. with "Tho Biffer"
D.G. - Oh sh' 'l Watch out forthe
"There's never time to do it right,
but there's always time to do it
-G v 'T
Dwayne Eric Mosby
32 Kappius Path
"We all have the ability to realize
our greatest dreams "
HOW DO YOU FEEL, SHOCKER7'
Track 10, ll
RS, SA, KJ, SA, VD RR,
M S,M.O,D M Lage' -81-'83F
Block Forever HMASKED MOS-
BY" "SPORTY" MAKE IT IN MAS-
101 Alban Road
"Days go by butmemories last for-
Lots of love and luck to ALBA and
MICHELLE - MM., DM., MM
A.C., M.Y., VM., JL, E C., DK
M.O., J.O. AND OF COURSE RON'
Remember Summers at the beach
Halloween, 12f'17-81, RS. and
Parties And most of all KENNY!
Thanks MOM and DAD!!!
40 Circuit Avenue
curse the darkness."
Thanks to my family and to all my
friends. Good luck Colby and the
White Mules! South - lt's been
Edward G. Murray
25 Walter Street
Soccer 10, 11, 12, llO5: Award
Indoor Track lO, ll, Capt 12
Baseball lO. ll, 12
Great times with Schrodes and
Bobo GoodluckL P andJ S Nev-
er forget the Cape with David P
Carolyn. l love you Thanks Mom.
Dad, Sis and Nez
104 Vine Street
"Many many men can't see the
open road Mellow is the man who
knows what he's been missing."
Thanks to all those special peo-
'lm going where those chilly
winds don't blow,"
29 Lovett Rd.
"In years to come they may dis-
cover what the air we breathe, the
life we lead are all about, but it
won't be soon enough for me."
- Paul McCartney
72 Dalton Road
THE BEST IS YET TO COME! Mika-
do, H.M.U.N,, History Club, May
Arts, Graphics The best of friends,
D C NF. CW, Thanks Mrs, M, Ms,
A, Mr D BB. ILY MOM, POP, MIKE
8. RUNT You give me the confi-
dence to succeed. blub, blub,
B8 Nardell Road
Don't ignore that which is truly im-
portant to you, lor once it is gone,
you may never get it back.
Swimming 10, ll Lacrosse 10, ll
JJD, EB, HM, NEFTY, ACN
20 Amy Circle
"The Exodus ls Here"
NBNB NBNB NBNB NBNB NBNB
Thanks to those who helped me
when I needed it most
1601 Centre St.
My 2 Bt's and times with Sue M.
CWINNIEJ Great Am. Hero Car -I-
Chip Cape partying. "MO" your
HEX" Deb H. roundotfs 4-ever, B-
room memories. C-YAS SS. A.D.
M.C. L.C. Kari L.M. J.E. And the
rest. Thanks Mom and Dad! I LOVE
YOU. lt's A Miracle! Good luck
Mitch! and Moe! I LOVE YOU
Mark E Nicoletti
60 Pontiac Road
Soccer 10, 11, 12', Gymnastics
10, 11, 12', Baseball 10, 11', 12'
"I am mad north-north-west. When
the wind is southerly I know a hawk
from a handsaw."
Charles Mikel Oglesby
16 Charles River Terr
"lf you have a goal settling in your
mind reach lor it, say to yourself
this will be MINE!"
- D train, Basketball 10, 11, 12
Big fun and laughs with my boys,
KH, TH, ABros, KJ KM, MR, VB -
keep on steppin til you reach high-
er ground. Its all been a SGT. BUST
reprise, right Frank? Love Ya Don-
na T., Gigolos get Lonely To!!
Thanks for your support Mom 8-
29 Allen Avenue
"I SHALL PASS THROUGH THIS
WORLD BUT ONCE.
ANY GOOD THEREFORE
THAT I CAN DO
LET ME DO IT NOW,
FOR I SHALL NOT
PASS THIS WAY
44 Erie Avenue
"Don't worry about it." -
Softball 10, 12, Basketball 12, ln-
ternational Club 10, 11, 12, Music
Dept. 10, 11, 12, "Mikado", "Fun-
ny thing Happened"
Miss Ya . . , M.B., V.B., MM., L.C.,
M.F., M.P., N.K., O.K., J.O., J.O.
Thanks mom and dad!!
19 Charlemont St.
Hockey 11, Capt. 12, Baseball 11,
"To say l'II do it tomorrow means it
will never get done."
Good times with the teams. Good
luck L.M. 81 Syl Loren C2-22-791 Til
forever Couldn't have done it with
out you. l.L.Y
Thanks Mom, Dad, G 8 G Luv Ya.
58 Country Club Rd
LAX V-101112 Soccer TO 11 Asl
walk through the valley of death.
Trouble is alaways fun - fun is
alaways trouble. Everybody wants
some VAN HALEN Hoch Cheeks
Flodo Chinsta Kimo lron Man Ste-
pha Eddie Ying B - Lew Buba The
greatist people Thanks M + D for
everything I still want A truck . . .
' ,rl . ' " - X-
xl., ,h Q ..
X.. . -1
if T .
..- 9 H:
,W K. ,.
Rf I 1: QA
5, gg 1 I'
S .D L
9 A ' '
str 4 N
' x s A g .fn
147 Lake Ave
My long two-pointed ladder s
sticking through a tree Toward
heaven still, And theres a barrel
that I didn't lill Beside it, and there
may betwo orthree Applesldidnt
pick upon some bough But l am
done with apple-picking now -
984 Chestnut Street
Ozzie, Raz, Art, Airhead Mike,
Keith, Ron, TFSS. Sat nights Bian-
co's Party Zone, Camping, LS, DF.
55 NY, Bud, CCT, BO, 82, Summer
82, M 81 D l.L.U.
. 7 .
Q' h ,f
73 Old Farm Road
"If you think it you can achieve it, if
you dream it you can become it . .'.
Julie - thanks for understanding
Min - goodeluck and go get itl
Mom - best friends forever
SK - ILYDFM, BW - WO
72 Nardell Rd
Cheerleading 11, 12
L B J F. "Brighams" 3H's "Every
one needs a hand to hold on to,
"SANDY, SHERRY, PAM,
LAUREN, TRACY SHERYL.
"You've Got A Friend." fJ.T.J
JA M.B.R,W.E.M.M.B. - G.L.
Surveys, SOL BOBO - Thank
you for being a friend. JOHN - I'Il
NEVER FORGET YOU.
Mom 8. Dad ILY, Thanks.
Good Luck Jenny, fG.T.S.J ...
53 Amherst Road
"Though tommorow may rain, I'Il
follow the sun." Paul McCartney
"Love is all you need." "Only peo-
ple can change the world." John
"How can I lose faith in the justice
of life. when the dreams of those
who sleep upon feathers are not
more beautiful than the dreams of
those who sleep upon the earth."?
I love my friends - camping in
RANDI LYNN PRILUCK
983 Dedham Street
Love to Maimon, Gesher, Y J Ro-
bRachEmJackDebSue ID. -
Clubs f Junior English Babson,
Lunch out, Sneaking w J "Just
call me James" - This right'?
Thani' Mom, Dad. Gary. Jill, Brand
Only time will tell"
25 Puritan Rd.
Thanks JK 8 Yogi, SO, Margaret,
JR, RBS, Cecilia, GP's, PD, AP
mom 8. Ben, Milton, chocolate
Kahlua ice cream 8. frogs Venezu-
elag cats, boxes, 8 books, books,
books! be crazy, be happy
"And in Time we will all be stars."
WENDI ELIZABETH PRINGLE
40 KELVEDEN ROAD
"We know its all a passing phase,
but I have loves these days."
SKING, SOCCER LAX 10, 11, 12
Missy, Lynn, Jeanne, H.A. H.A,,
HB., Chic, and all the rest. Twin-
I,L,Y. Dad, Mum, C. 8- M. See you 1
105 Redwood Rlad
Take your time, think a lot, think of
everything you've got, for you will
still be here tomottow, but your
dreams may not, To the Clifton Rd.
Gang, we will live on forever. I.F,,
S.D,, BB., J.G., E.F., A.T,, ES.,
JG., JEB., L.M., take care. see
mom only three years.
61 Arlo Road
"Friend, that one person who un-
derstands tears and giggles and
never questions or laughs at your
dreams." d.p. '81
"Each pebble encounters different
waves that wash and leave their
unique impressions." d.p. '81
Mary Ellen Ratto
68 Beacon St.
"lf you see someone without a
smile, give him yours."
Italian Club 11, 12
Ellen, Lauren, Jen . . . tMuffJ Miss-
ing the McPinos and the manor . ,.
R.A.T.M,R.L.L.ll!! Heeey Babeee!!
"Oh, never mind!" Weekends in
Westwood "This is reality, Fred!"
Steven D. Richmond
1880 Beacon St.
Soccer 10, 11, 12, Wrestling 10
History Club 10-12
K.O. Bossy, Change on the fly,
STOANP, Foul pop-up on the
screen, "Oh, it's only you. , "l'm
so at H .--.... Leibo,
Wish, The Castleman, Abes, Zip,
Bex, Drew, Jake, Hacker, Ros, J.
Malcom, Laura, Rache "Deeds,
not words . .
166 Lincoln St.
"Life's too short for tears" - Jim-
Durante. Thanks 81 love to all my
friends - Special thanks to V.A.L.
"Don't be dismayed at good-byes.
A farewell is necessary before you
can meet again. And meeting
again, after moments or lifetimes,
is certain for those who are
friends" - Richard Bach.
"lt's all in the mind!" - GEORGE
104 Beethoven Ave
Sports: soccer, hockey, and foot-
ball in Goodwin commons thanks
coach Mealy Thanks to JL, BL,
MP, PM, CR, SK, DC, BH for my
nicknames, Bumping Bill, Smiley,
Purity Boy, GOOD BY NSHS
Alida Puerta Reyes
90 Roundwood Rd
"Now, I can remember the past
and it is lull of good things to re-
I want to thanks all my friends and
teachers for helped me and espe-
cially for believe in me, because
you made me believe in myself
I LOVE YOU MOM AND DAD
101 Harwich rd
"Out there is a fortune waiting to
be had , . , if you think l'll let it go
Thanks mom and dad, all my
teachers ,.,, J.S . .. DN HRD
...BMW SG..,DT, JC,
and anything or anyone left out
whom l forgot. Say, that's very bo-
Leslie Puerta Reyes
90 Roundwood Rd,
"ln my Senior Year, I give you my
more sincere thanks for all the
help and good things you taught
me. I will always remember this "
Thanks all of you!
89 Larchmont Ave
5. g 'ha 1 vw 5 ,1
ht Q- i- sk..
191 Allerton Road
' ',., Yourfriends all say you nener
wanna see me again, your broth-
ers gonna kill me and he's six feet
ten , , . l guess you'd call it suicide,
but l'm to full to swallow my pride."
TPNSHS7 Many tiny but feeble pur-
ple fish playing hockey on you,
WEAR A pearl necklace.
Rodger D Rosenberg
411 Parker st
Thanx world, special thanx to
Sam, Julie 8. Len for keeping me
sane Love to myfamily, and to my
real one Always remember -
MSKMBE, A V, Brookline, the
Queen, midnite road trips, sun'
rlses in Gloucester, E Ouest,
LOVE, 'Cvblock kiddies""'
11 Hale St
Newton Upper Falls
Lacrosse 10, 11, 12
Remember all the fun times with
my friends . . . JL, MP, BH, JC, JM,
PM, MM, LV, MS, SS, LM, LS No,
not in the JT's!
Thanks Mom and Dad for being pa-
tient with me. And to Paula, Mi-
chael, Kevin and Paul for being
there . . .
38 Barnstable Road
We're going wrong,
we're gaining weight
We're sleeping long
and far too late
And so it's time to change
But l've loved these days
- BILLY JOEL
Good Luck everyone
67 Wade Street
149 Evelyn Rd.
"How much longer will it take for
the world to see. We should learn
to live and simply let it be."
- Judas Priest
Take it easy P.K., M.T., J.S., J.W.,
J.M,, H.A., T.C. and to anyone l
might've left out. Don't get lost.
This is for the gang. SOUEEZE!
Beth Anne Rosenson
41 Maplewood Avenue
"There are places I'll remember all
my life - all these places have
their moments, with lovers and
friends I still can recall in my
life l've loved them all." - Beatles
Time and space, late night driving,
initials. "There's music in all
things." Thanx Eli - ILY. Love you
Jon, Mom, Dad.
20 Sagamore Road
"Success is failure turned inside
So stick to the fight
when you're hardest hit -
lt's when things seem worst
that you mustn't quit!"
Dad, Bebe, Nana, and the gang,
you are all the BEST!!
28 Dane Hill Road
"Gentlemen, I deem this day ridic-
Denebola, Baseball, Skiing, Bas-
ketball fMT - Buz 8. Bonesl,
CSers CGCA - Bobol. Wknds at
Gilros, Beby, Ev, Abes, Leibs,
Mundo 8. all great guys. Gotta love
dem NS women - none better.
Jules ffor menh, David! fCec.J
SUES, WOW! No words l love you,
1982... Babyen 8. aggregate for-
ever. Family, Mom, Dad, M 81 E -
15 Buff Circle
Volleyball 10, 11, 12, Track 11, 12.
Regulus. ATTACK! "lf you don't go
out on a limb, you're never going to
get the fruit." Great times with
special friends - IM, KG, KL, AR,
DS, Mike S. and all the rest.
Jeanne - my alter-ego and best
friend, I love ya! Dodgers 111 C.H.
Cinema. Venezuela 83! Thanks to
my family for their love and sup-
port. Good luck Gary.
at M 5 J
,,,.. ., ,
'K ' .,'-' T Q
as f' ,WR ,
41 Maplewood Ave
Lacrosse 10, 11, Capt 12, Wr-as
tling 10, 11, Capt 12
BSL wfNeil, "Are you chewing
gum'?", Driving w Mike, U Mass
UNH WUJK and Plochie, The Penal
Code fLeboJ, seriously LL always
with you, thanks also Beth, M 8 D
30 Haynes Road
"lt's time to start living, time to
take a little from the world we're
given, time to take time, for spring
will turn to fall, in just no time at all"
Fun times with friends, music and
swimming. Mom and dad, I LOVE
35 Littlefield Rd
Memories of Soccer, Track. Good-
Bye Froggy, Monster-face, Dedo.
Sha, l.S, SM, CB, SG, and every-
one else. l'll always remember
boxer shorts, hunting, roarr, hand
lotion, spot, the long run, 'isn't it
June yet?' Adam 8 Leigh N.S is all
yours! Dave, it's been a good one.
Mom, I Love you! THANK YOU
Anne A. Rundle
30 Burr Road
CACDSLB SPAIN - 82 - Rolling
Stones! Boston - Narcissus
MP Party atBC PSAM NA!!
the secrets in the Universe whis-
per in our ears And take us up. al-
ways up . "
i'To thine own self be true "
Thanks L 8. R, G 8. C. B 8 R, ILY-
Susan Jane Saitow
235 Baldpate Hill Road
"lf we meet again we shall smile if
not then this parting was well
Susie, Sues, babyin' ADAM I LOVE
YOU 1982 mama - bebe "5O
close friends" 12 4 81 hoop
sweet 16, daschound, slippery
leaves, SSMC, 54lbs. KVETCH GO
FOR IT! M-o-m, Dad, Steffi, Mi-
chael - You gave me a pocketfull
of memories I won't foreget
I LOVE YOU!
Elyse R. Scherz
399 Hammond Street
t'Whatever your mind can con-
ceive and believe, you will
"Wishing will not bring success,
but planning, persistence, and a
burning desire will,"
Enrichment Program - THANKS
MRS. MI N.E.W,
Thanks For Everything MOM and
DAD! Hll., SG., CB., N.F., CW..
and Mrs. H!
130 dickerman Road
So long South, good by JL., OS..
J M, J W
2l Francis ST
"Girl you gotta love your man,
Take him by the hand, Make him
understand, The world on you de-
pends, Our life will never end .
'gotta love your man The
Skiing, Soccer, Track MARCO C
efcuges to party THE BOMB-
ER' Good luck to everyone
Tha'-Irs Mom and Dad
11 Jane Road
"lt is only with the heart that one
can see rightlyg what is essential is
invisible to the eye." The Fox
Enrichment program STOP, RYFTI,
EIE , . , J.S., D.T., D.R., J.F., S.S.
Thanks to Mom, Dad, Mark, Pierre,
John C. Schroter
103 high street
"Schrodes" lt's like a jungle out
there, sometimes I wonder how I
keep from going under. . .Thanks
to the friends who helped me stay
above - BoBo in the 100. Scraf,
saying BoBo's 1 of them. JE VJ tor
is it JBJ SD SC DM AK Ed, LP DF
JJ, the GM 8. SM coach 8. the
Team, Track buddies, Uncle
Donny, I or 2 teachers, and my
dear Family. l'm the last of five at
191 Wiswall Road
"Good friends last forever"
Soccer 10, 11, Cross-country Ski-
ing 11, 12, Softball 10, 11, 12,
GWU - Summer '82
Best of luck to all my friends.
Thank you family 8. for support 81
for putting up with me, especially
LZ, JS, Mom, Dad, and Chris.
Bethany Lynn Schwartz
1353 Walnut St.
Debate, History Club, Senior Class
THANKS to all my family, friends,
and teachers, You are the best.
Pam and Haidee best friends for-
"To be what we are, and to be-
come what we are capable of be-
coming, is the only end of life." -
Robert Louis Stevenson
Haidee Leah Schwartz
1353 Walnut St.
Debate, History Club, Senior
"Simple pleasures are the last ref-
uge ofthe complex."
Thanks for being the greatest -
Beth, Pam, Mom, Dad and all my
7 Van Wart Path
Time passes quickly - Open your
eyes and enjoy what you have to-
day - You will always have
memories of yesterday, and to-
morrow will be here soon enough.
Thanks to special friends, we
made it! Sharon, a sister always!
Thanks Ma, Judy, good luck Jeff.
Thanks Dad, ILY,
Sandra Lynn Schwartz
232 Old Farm Road
Cheerleading 11, 12
"To love and to be loved is the
greatest happiness of existence"
Sherri Evan Lisa Sues Mark SW
KM LB JF CD AD EE 8. AR JK MB
Chabs 8 the rest of the "gang" -
the best of times! 11f19 Jasons?
Smurf, S 8. T Aquarium, Brighams,
Greasefword. My best friends,
Mom Dad 81 Neil - I love u most!
79 Evelyn Road.
"Looking back on yesterday look
how far we've come, go forth on
the road of life enjoy, enjoy, enjoy
- l will, Bye to all friends, you
know who you are. Remember
FRANCE 82, l.D. mania, Weeks
gang, Laurie, I hope you make it.
Thanks Mom and Dad - when do l
get my car?
Suzanne M Secinaro
62 Chase Street
Italian Club ll, 12, NEVER forge?
Summer of '82
Summertime FUN" Beach Boys
MARIA and PAM - my 2 very SPE
CIAL friends, CATH Good Luclfl'
We can never 4-get all the crazy
times the "peer-4" had" Rem
SPY - Buff L Gr llCE CALL'D,
Baby H S Chick, Hisp "Will you
guys walk me'??" Brrring" Mom
and Dad - THANK YOU SO
MUCH!! Alf the best brother
65 Oak St,
Good Luck to all my friends in Col-
lege and future years Especially,
B.O,. DF., PK, A.E., CR, M D,
KB., MG., C.A, BSA 81 OA D F,
Indoorr'Outdoor Track 1O, 11, 12.
Cross Country 12
THANKS MOM 8. DAD
"O Sole Mio!"
George E. Seested
264 Parker st
Good times are for now, but Good
friends are forever To the originals
AG, RJ, JK, CP, AP, RR, AD, LB
The animals may roam, but the cor-
ner will remain. To the good ones
AMO "the eska" Carresi, SD, CS,
CS, SP, GT, KJ, JL, DF, VK and
Jack. YES l'M THE LAST AND l'M
OUTTA HERE! Lenny 8 Bean TLA
Thanks MOM 8. DAD
Joel D. Shapiro
5 Antonellis Circle
i'Look not mournfully into the Past
It comes not back again WlS9ly
improve the Present It is thine Go
forth to meet the shadowy Future
without fear, and with a manly
heart" 4 Longfellow
Thanks to all my friends
l shall never forget you
27 Kingston Road
"We changed again, and yet
again, and it was now too late and
too far to go back, and I went on
and the world lay spread be-
fore me." - Charles Dickens
My Great Expectations arejust be-
GOODBYE NEWTON SOUTH!
7 Meadowbrook Road
Two roads diverged in the wood.
and I - I took the one less trav-
eled by. And that has made all the
difference - Robert Frost
Good Luck M.B DR. PS. D.K.
M K F M. A.N. DH. MP. H.A. LS.
J B DN. HR. J.W. HB. HA. AB.
M A KB. AR. A.J.F. JG.
Thanks Mom 8- Dad, Rick and
Steve Even MB. OUT A HERE
24 Timson Path
Oak Hill Park
Baseball - 10, '211, Track -11,
"l'll always wise off to teachers"
D M - Package deal, 34 in 11, 82
in 12 + something that runs out of
gas on the way home, "SPORTY",
KH - Stole my fights S.A. - BOP
sessions w'Piledrivers Walking
the Halls, Next Shocker, Next
Year, A S Lookin for some Poten-
tial with Darrell, KapIan's Football
games - Sack Sweegy NO MORE
SOUTH FOR ME'
16 Allen Avenue
"Nothing is obvious to the unin-
Cards f Parties
Thanks Mom and Dad
I made it'
. , ...5 .O X.-. .52 . B. .V -..H . f. A.
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Barbara Dianne Sheiffer
5 Southwick Rd.
Times change, people move on,
but friendships never fade be-
cause memories are forever.
Soccer, B-ball, Tennis, Lax. To all
my friends, Thanx, you've been the
best, keep in touch Dedo, macha 8
the gange. Beeg we made it. CW
remember which goal to shoot at.
Thanks for everything Mom 81 Dad,
Love you both!
1304 Boylston Street
"Last BUT NOT LEAST"
SEE YA LATER ALLIGATOR . . .
SEE YA SOON BABOON . . .
IN AWHILE CROCKODIAL . . .
Good Luck T.B., N.C., CM., All my
friends I wish you luck! A Special
Thanks To My Family Ma and Dad
Your The Best. Hurray! All Nine
1874 Beacon St.
"We gotta get out of this place if
its the last thing that we ever do."
Hey Dr. D you . , . Where have all
the good clams gone? l'm Hazed
and Confused, Stepha, Scoty,
Odes, Robotron, and everyone,
99 Hyde Street
Thanks to M. and D. for making it
possible. Thanks to T.S., J.F., and
many for making the return easier.
Anita R. Singh
78 Larchmont Ave.
Track 10, 11, 12
Thanks to all of my friends -
Liddy, Rudy, Tiny, Dedo, SM, Ma-
cha, CB, SS. R-r-roar! "Hey, Mon-
ster-face", "Hunting", "FF"
"Only 8 meets left!", "Eve wfT"
"Rebel Rebel", "Fri. nights at pf-J
Beth's house, "shake hands", 5"'1"'-
"the ultimate insult". A special
thanks to my family, I Love You!
Laurie Smith 1,
9 Saxon Road X Y
Newton Highlands " ' " "
Techies do it faster - "A" 8. "B"
class rubs - Vive la France -
alais "Shadow", "fluffy", and
"pookie bear" - Chris, you will
always be my star. - hasta le-
Elizabeth Anne Soeldner
109 Oak Hill St.
"Good times never felt so good"
Summers of 80, 81 -l- 82! LS never
forget Thurs, pm! DL - Hurts so
good! July 3 8. 4 - THE BEST! Fun
at the beach! Remember DL LS ER
MJ DH SS TW TG AA SB KJ and all
the rest! Gimme a ciggybutt! Don't wr
forget the lifesavers! y..
Thanks Mom and Dad.
40 Foxhill Rd
"You can't make chicken soup out
of . . . whatever" Neil McPhee.
Football 10, 11, capt. 12, Baseball
10, 11, 12
Thanks Kojo goodluck MD, SA, GL,
NJ, LB, JSO Dallin -finish HS, will
ya? Thanks Dad. Cecelia, you got
me started off on the right foot.
thanks, l'll love and remember you
always. Lou Basco!
' Q59-ts' is , '
125 Dane Hill Rd
Speacial Memories SG RC
M,S,, L,P,, A,M,, ELLEN 8 MUFF if
WE STUCK THROUGH IT' CA
YOU'RE GREAT"' E 6 M l I HATE
HA, HB FAN CLUBS IVAN, YO TE
OUIERO MUCHO, 8 YRS THE
LAWYER" BOSTON, KARATE, X S
AT BENTLEY W MY CH-GH
FRIENDS THANX, SISTERS 8 DAD
. . SPEClAL MEMORIES OF MY
cheerleading, 11, IT 11, 12, SF
1235 Boylston St
Take off, Hey!
Alec M, Soreff
10 Alexander Road
"Time will tell."
Skiing 10, 11, 12, Debate 10
Thank you mom and dad for every-
80 Manemet Road
Soccer, Lacrosse, Basketball
"Follow your dream , if you
stumble, don't stop, and lose sight
of your goal, press on to the top"
'!THAT'S MY C B "Whiz Kid" -
Nat, "Liddy-Beth", "Elyse, Ca
va'?", Nlll, BR, "PM " Sha we
made it!! fbelieve it or not! Thanks
for your support M 8 D Good luck in
law School morn!""
80 Manemet Hd.
"The moments may be temporary
but the memories last forever"
Fieldhockey "We did lt!! Keep do-
ing it!" B-ball, S-ball, GAA SRC.
"A friend is a friend forever, unre-
lated to the distance between."
Special memories: Bec "No",
Llddy. S M., AS., DP., FR, FS.,
"Littmann" M 8 D - "Thanks", I
- "We made it!"
360 Brookline Street
A'Good friends last forever!"
3 Musketeers, Clubs, Concerts,
Cape 81, Syracuse 82, Hampton
82 Skiing 1O, 11, 12 STS. -
What's your problem? 823, Fam-
ous Phone Calls, Good luck to my
friends! Love and thanks to Mom,
Dad, Nelson, and Nana -for put-
ting up with me Guess what LISA
we actually made itll!!!
Jonathan Forrest Springer
26 Alexander rd.
"Think like one of action, Act like
one of thought."
X-country ski team 11, 12, Italian
Club 10, 11, 12, History Club 12
"Thanks to all my friends and fam-
10 Kingston Road
820 Chestnut St,
Soccer 12, Hockey 10, 11, 12 -
"There will be many a good friend
lost, but many more remembered."
Ode-a, Chinster, SW, Dak, Dan the
Man, JV or is it JB? Lisa, Bobo.
Your all awesome eventhough
Bobo is one of them! ANYONE
WANT SOME ICE CREAM!
25 Myerson Lane
"Only those who risk going so far
can possibly find out how far they
Scott - all we did, W.F.I.U! "the
beast" fun 8. the sun E.K - whose
home? c.b such a head rush otay?
chase hoch, the mama, AR, EK,
SA, MC, SSSF the aquarium JF -
HR. SK 8 BW's. Thanks Craig,
Mom 8- Dad you're the greatest!
Marc, it's there if you want it.
90 Westminster Road
"When the music's over, turn out
the Iights!For the music is your
special friend!Dance on fire as it
intendsfMusic is your only frien-
d!Until the end" - J.M, "I got
nasty habitsfl take tea at 3" -
M.J. - KR
Thanks to Mom, Dad, Deve, Gene,
Jim, Jimi, HST, and everyone who
helped me through. "When the go-
ing gets weird, the weird turn pro"
- R. Duke
Mark Francis Stolpinski
85 High St.
Newton Upper Falls
Football 10, 11, 12
Remember all the good times at
the locker area with the boys, and
the fun times in the Party Wagon
with, NJ, AC, EC, CR.
"All and all it was all bricks in the
waIl" Pink Floyd.
All my love to Susan Forever
972 Walnut St.
Good bye and good luck to all my
friends, except Jon Laurans sim-
ply good luck . . . ME and SWEET-
LOU! Basketball IO fN.N.H.S.J, 11,
12. Everything evens out, lt's NOT
over yet! THANKS for the push,
Jon. SUB - MONEY, STAIRS,
ROBERT'S CENTER, NURSE'S
STATION, SUMMERS - K.C.
JONES, PROMISES'?, and B.H.
O. Virginia Tang
28 Renee Terrace
International Club 11, 12
l'II have great memories of South.
Thanks to all of the fantastic
teachers I've had, that helped me
get through two years at South,
Especially WR, NM, DH, K, VB, JB,
RC. Thanks to my family, especial-
ly my uncle, and aunt for their love
and support. Good Luck Every-
' Mr' "9
118 Hanson Road
"lf at first you don't succeed, try
right field "
Denebola 10, 11, 12, South High
Speaks 11, 12
Thanks Morn and Dad
157 Lincoln st,
The heavy wind blows,
The thick mist rises,
My view is great,
But the scene is confusion,
There is no solution,
We just watch the pattersn.
. . . ....... CREW! ........ .
295 Homer Street
Eric, you touched me with your
warmth when I was cold. Jamie,
Sean, Sam, Rachel. Dad, Tobe.
Mom, Pattie - thanks, Black-
haired Mintsmile High - thing.
parties, the art room, the court-
yard. Freaks, mutants 8. flower
children. Is it me for a moment?
The stars are falling. The heat is
rising, The past is calling. Freak
out in a moonage daydream oh!
11 Cannon Street
"We were always friends, from our
childhood days, and we made our
pIans,and now we go our separate
Tennis tO, 11, 123 Yearbook 12
SECRET COOKIE GRAMS - I
Love You Always! GO FOR IT'
Jem, Celts C Sers, Eb 8. Iv,
Lucy's, Smurfs Thanks Mom, Dad
8. family for always caring SMILE
18 Spaulding Lane
Mark A, Traietti
15 Avalon Rd.
"Live your life like there's no to'
morrow - cause one day, you'lI
be right! Will remember the fun
times w JS BR T,T
J.W. AND THE GANG! - Good
Luck to you! - J.L.!
Chess TeamfCIub 11, 12
B'A'S'S' Fishin' Fun! Love Ya
KR! Thanx Mom, Dad, Andy for all
your help! wow!
17 Ober Road
"l count myself in nothing else so
happy as in a soul remembering my
CTSMBCACTSSS MA - Thinking
of U! Hey man, can I come with . .,
Fri, nltes CCC Florida 82 C.A. Joe-
burg. Llll The 29th fl. Thanks Mom.
Dad, Sue - I Love You!
Thomas Gordon Vancor
199 Woodcliff Road
"Tony's locker is my locker"
Track 10, 11,capt - 12, XCountry
Wanted - An A in English, a 480
mile, and a win over Acton
28 Renee Terrace.
Denebola Photo Co-ed. 10, 11, 12
"Life is just a day, Living games
we play, London Bridge is fallin'
down, Do what Simon says, Doing
what you feel, games can be un-
real, Humpty-Dumpty when you
fall, there will be no one to call, Life
is still your mystery" - EW 8. F
SAC, Den, Zip, Mr. S - Tempus
Hung T, Tran
53 Pearl St.
"lt is not too late to learn."
International Club 10, 11, 12 A.V.
A.C L.V K.H T.L
Thanks to my mom and all the
teachers at Newton South who
helped me: MR . . . M.D .... MMC
T.C . ,. etc,
93 Brandeis Road
Track 1O, 11 Field Hockey 11, 12.
Fun times with all my friends espe-
cially Ftens, Sher, Bettine - I
share something special with
each one of you. France 825
GREECE. Thanx Bubs, Ev, Chris,
Dino + George - all my luv. Mums
words can't express my greatful-
ness + admiration I love you! "lt's
my turn to say goodbye, to see
what I can see, to reach and touch
KAR! VAN VLOTEN
40 WADE ST.
GREAT TIMES 81 GOOD FRIENDS
WILL ALWAYS BE REMEMBERED.
LIZA - DON'T SPY. "OOH
BABY", ALL THE CRAZY ADVEN-
TURES!! SXY - CHERYL. CRUIS-
ING IN THE V,W. WXARDATH.
THANX MA. CZ. NANEJ LIVING FOR
THE WEEKENDSI! J.M. - 3138. ..
I.L.Y. SEE YAH
Kim Van Vloten
Good Times ... Teri M. "the
Cape" 4-ever Robyn C., Debbie H.,
Joanne M., Ellen L. Susan S., late
nights, parties, clubs, new wave 8.
mod?!, "yo BIondie", Mintchip,
Diets!!! Kaluha. mmmmm . . . Great
Times!!!! SREEB, sloe gin
Thanks M 8. D
cheerleading capt 11, 12, Italian
Club 11 8. 12
David, l'll love you always!!
Nicholas Peter Vespa
312 Langley Rd
Lacrosse 10, 11
Never forget JY JS Mutt. The Ro-
tary. Vito. 73 Cutlass. lt's a rat!
The Wanderer. Kelly, l'll never for-
get you, thanks for everything
Mom and Dad.
H. Clifford Watkin
120 Rachel Road
Recipe for Success
"To laugh often and much, to win
the respect of intelligent people,
To earn the appreciation of honest
critics and endure the betrayel of
false friends, To know even one
life has breathed easier because
you lived. This is to have succeed-
ed." - R. W. Emerson
12 Redwood Road
Thanks to my family and friends I
couldn't have made it without you.
When you're down and troubled,
and you need a helping hand . . .
And a extra special thanks to my
best friend, cant smile without you.
Luong Va Vong
43 Union Street
"Studying is Endless"
International Club 10. 11, 12 A 'J
..KH GL HG SG Fun
Things Thanks E S L Mrs Ratner
Mrs Doolin and all Newton South
' Y' 159.
354 Waban Ave.
This above all. to thine own self be
true, And it must follow, as the
night the day, Thou canst not be
false to any man. Farewell.
Basketball, softball: 10, 11, 12
LS., MB., WP., SG., DR , CS..
RG., Mr. C
Thanks for all the help. Rob, Barb.
Mom, and Dad.
Elena K Webber
37 Wade Street
"You lust call out my name and you
know wherever l am l'II come run-
ning to see you again, Winter,
spring, summer, or fall - all you
have to do is call - and l'Il be
there you've got a friend."
18 Sky View Circle
Best of luck to everyone.
Thanks, Mom and Laszio
Grandma, Granpa, Aunt Ruth.
7 Cavanaugh Path
Steven William Weiner
56 Marcellus Drive
Drama, NSHS Jazz Ensemble
"Dont shoot I'm1ust a piano play-
Enrichment Program!!! Thanx Phyl-
lis M, and the rest for your love and
support' You're the one that
makes NSHS worth going to Mrs
Patty K and EEC, Dotty G H "get
it on your tapes" alpha'
'Speak not ot what you know not
10 Manchester Road
HOCKEY 10, 11, 12 BASEBALL
10, 11, 12
NS, it wasn't a high school, it was
a country club. Good Times with
the ELITE FEW 7f4!82 - ALL
NIGHTA, JD'S TAP cliff diving at
GENO'S Hotel! SIGN HUNTING
WITH BRACK . . . Remembers: BL,
N-SLAMS, THANKS BRUNO
Thanks Mom 81 Dad.
418 Woodward St.
"The future belongs to those who
prepare for it" MV w!Jane, mean-
while C 81 Julie r still GF Irishmafia
CDa, Bean, Anne, Sulll JB 8i SD -
soph fun, Littman! Chev!
EKSPSDBS Joe 91 19f81 -thanx
8. l love you muchly. The Fam -
Shaggy, Luc, Wags, Ker, Di, That
Ag. Never forget BJW Thanks Mom
8 Dad. Lou Basco!
55 Lovett Road
Bruce Ira Wintman
56 Sevland Road
"They say that these are not the
best of times but they're the only
times l've ever known . . . For we
are always what our situations
hand us lt's either sadness or eu-
phoria," - B. Joel
"What an Extravaganza!" - D.
TO' MAACO WB JD OPUS MWN
AW BS GCC - THANKS!
146 Allerton Road
"Success is the achievement of
one's goalsg it is only what one
makes of it."
H-er, K-er, WTR BL TDF
It was a bloodbath, almost . . .
122 Islington Road
172 Harding Street
1 Chatham Road
For the sun each flower reaches
Can not touch it - this they know
But this constant striving, reaching
ls what makes the flower grow
Good luck to all my friends.
Thank you Mom, Dad and Ellen.
. R 'lk
9,1 V- QM,-
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53 Puritan Hd
Gymnastics 10, Capt ll 12
Track 1011, 12
"LEFTY" 1'You cant direct the
wind, you can only adiust the
Close friends will never be forgot-
ten Anne, Kathy, Karen, Rene.
Judy, Donna, Missy. Wendy. and
the rest Cape Cod, concerts. RIV-
ERS? Debbie - my best friend -
Thanx for always being there'
Thanx Mom and Dad "Now I'm
needed more than a friend"
6 Shuman Cir
"Control your life with firmness
and independence during the up
and down movements of the
Good luck EC, RC., M L, P B,
NL., A,C.. ST., S Y.
Never forget you guys. although
I'm sure I will never be able to I'm
sorry that you guys had to put up
Thanks Mom and Dad
Michael Joel Wishnie
191 Waban Ave,
They would not find me changed
from him they knew - only more
sure of all I thought was true -
Leibo's confessions, cable at
Mundo's, never "Dougie". Hey
Hacker,The Three Things You Can
Count On ln Life and, of course, the
cutest witch. And to everyone at
home - Mark, Jeff, Lani, and Mom
8 Devon Road
Thetime has comethe walrus said
AV fThanx gerbilll Folk dancing
with no-longersmini Barker Cons
SF MIT Floyding out hair hiking
NOT VIOLENT Vedge, Amy Tiny
Pig,AARlCH RICK RlCK"N.ck
let's talk math"
Martha M, Young
880 Chestnut Street
Softball 10, 11, 12, Field Hockey
Remember Halloween. Thanks
ganglg A C , M.M., D.M., IM., l.S.,
L Z , MM., V 8- S, l'll always love
you, Joe Love is lo easy to give,
yet so hard to find.
104 Plainfield Street
"MUSIC is a world within itself," -
Soccer 10, 11, 12 - Thanks Alf
Thanks to Music Dept, Especially
Many fine memories with friends
- You know who you are. Most of
all thanks to Mum, Dad, Baba, Lou-
ise, and Rich.
32 Hurley Place
45 Elliot Street
27 Tudor Road
9 Margaret Road
111 Gibbs Street
1022 Beacon Street
Seniors Not Pictured
95 Longfellow Road
19 Marion Street
55 Collella Road
21 Floral Street
67 Redlands Road
663 Boylston Street
340 Hartman Road
"Good friends last forever"
Zike twins, musketeers, skiing
clubs, concerts, Brooklyn, M.V. "l
am in love again", Sharon I beat
you, S.T.S, yeah, what?, Oh my
Godl, You should hear what I
heard, who?, Your kidding? 823
Peaches, Chinese food, All my
love to mom dad and Sharon,
Guess what JUDY, we made it!!!
24 John St.
10 Maynard Street
18 Albion Street
170 Countryside Road
55 Dunklee Street
8 Kenneth Street
71 Cloverdale Road
90 Fairlee R d
Football 10, 11. 12, Basketball 10, 11, 12, Lacrosse
"You control your own destiny" Koio
N J, D N, B B, L B, and N B, N B Love You Jill
"There something to be said for it"
Thankks Mom and Dad
25 Maple Road
38 Islington Road
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Rebecca Skoler 1965-1981
1501 Lake Ave
109 Mattapan Street
18 Beaconwood Road
111 Dickerrnan Road
64 Adeline Road
Smiles Conquer All
Stage Crew It's been fun,
its been swell, without it,
life would've been hell
I want destiny,
lt's the place for me,
Give me the simple life.
LET ME BE FREE,
LET ME BE ME
109 f4i1'.V-4:1 H0219
STUDY, NOT AS THOUGH TO lfllll
AS FEAR OF LOSIHG IT
715 Eflf: Aff:
295 Dudley Road
310 Langley Road
Like the end of the rainbow
Ahead the future lies
The way our lives are constantly changing
We search for blue in the cloudy skies
The importance of expression is so incredibly strong
We must strive to relate our feelings
Before it's too late and the present has gone
Of the lives you enriched
lf you only had known
Of the everlasting memories
Our feelings have immensely grown
The pain of injustice
Life will not be fair
The reconciliation of loss
ls a task that we must bear
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