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Catalog of Copyright Entries: Third Series 
Volume 26, Parts 3—4, Number i 



Dramas and 

Works Prepared for 

Oral Delivery 



January— June 

1972 




COPYRIGHT OFFICE • THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

WASHINGTON : 1972 



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Catalog of Copyright Entries 
Third Series 



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Catalog of Copyright Entries: Third Series 
Volume 26, Parts 3-4, Number i 



Dramas and 

Works Prepared for 

Oral Delivery 



January— June 

1972 




COPYRIGHT OFFICE • THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

WASHINGTON : 1972 



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L.C. card 6—35347 



This number identifies the Library of Congress 
printed card for the complete series of the Catalog of 
Copyright Entries. 

For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, 
U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 
20402. Price of this part is given on page vi. 



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Preface 



The CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

is published by authority of sections 210 and 21 1 
of Title 17 of the United States Code. Section 210 
provides in part: "The current catalog of copy- 
right entries and the index volumes herein pro- 
vided for shall be admitted in any court as prima 
facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
any copyright registration." 

The Catalog is subdivided into parts correspond- 
ing to the classes of material listed in section 5 of 
Title 17 of the United States Code. The table at 
the end of this preface shows the organization of 
the Catalog, the symbols used with the registration 
numbers to identify the classes, and the prices of 
the semiannual or annual issues. 

The record of each copyright registration listed 
in the Catalog includes a description of the work 
copyrighted and data relating to the copyright 
claim (the name of the copyright claimant as 
given in the application for registration, the copy- 
right date, the copyright registration number, 
etc.). 

For a more complete description of the contents 
of this issue of the Catalog see p. vii. 

Information as to changes of copyright owner- 
ship is not included in the Catalog, but a search 
of the Copyright Office Assignments and Related 
Documents Indexes may be requested from the 
Register of Copyrights. A fee for the search and 
report will be estimated at the statutory rate of 
$5 per hour. 

For each registration listed, except for renewals, 
there has been deposited a copy or copies of the 
work in accordance with the provisions contained 
in sections 12, 13, 14, or 215 of Title 17 of the 
United States Code. 



Orders, payable in advance, for all parts of the 
Catalog of Copyright Entries should be sent to the 
Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government 
Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402. Orders 
may be placed for individual issues, as subscrip- 
tions for one or more parts, or for the complete 
Catalog at $50 a year, for periods of one, two, 
or three years. All orders should state clearly 
the title and the inclusive dates of the part wanted. 
Checks or money orders should be made payable 
to the Superintendent of Documents. 

The Copyright Office welcomes inquiries, sug- 
gestions, and comments on the content and 
organization of the Catalog. Such communica- 
tions should be addressed to the Chief of the 
Cataloging Division, Copyright Office, Library 
of Congress, Washington, D.C. 20540. 



Organization of Parts 

Each part listed in the following table records 
all current registrations in the class or classes 
indicated by the alphabetical symbols. Renewal 
registrations are listed separately at the end of 
each related part. Some parts also contain regis- 
trations made under symbols other than those 
listed for the particular part, if the subject matter 
or type of material is similar to that generally 
included in the part. 

The first letter of the symbol is that of the class 
under which registration is made. Second and 
third letters, if any, that follow the initial letter 
are added by the Copyright Office for the purpose 
of statistical analysis. Their significance is as 
follows : 



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F Published foreign works. In the case of books and 

periodicals, it designates works manufactured out- 
side the United States (except those registered for 
ad interim copyright). In all other classes to 
which it applies, it designates works first published 
outside the United States, the authors of which 
are neither citizens nor domiciliaries of the 
United States. (AF, EF) 

I Books and periodicals registered for ad interim copy- 

right. (AI, BI) 

Price per 
semiannual 
issue 
Part 1 Books and Pamphlets, Including Serials 

and Contributions to Periodicals (In 2 sections) . . $7. 50 
A Books 

BB Contributions to periodicals 

R Renewal registrations 

Part 2 Periodicals (Annual issue) 5. 00 

B Periodicals 

R Renewal registrations 

Parts 3-4 Dramas and Works Prepared for Oral 

Delivery 2. 50 

C Lectures and other works prepared for 

oral delivery 
D Dramatic or dramatico-musical works 

R Renewal registrations 

Part 5 Music (In 2 sections) 7. 50 

E Musical compositions 

R Renewal registrations 

Part 6 Maps and Atlases 2. 50 

F Maps 

R Renewal registrations 



O Published works of foreign origin registered under 

the waiver-of-fee provision (section 215 of Title 17 
of the United States Code). (BIO, GFO) 

P Domestic published works in classes for which 

registration is possible for either published or un- 
published works. (EP, JP) 

U Unpublished works in classes for which registration 

is possible for either published or unpublished 
works. (DU, EU) 



Price per 
semiannual 
issue 
Parts 7-1 1 A Works of Art, Reproductions of Works 
of Art, Scientific and Technical Drawings, 
Photographic Works, Prints and Pictorial Illus- 
trations $2. 50 

G Works of art and models or designs for 

works of art 
H Reproductions of works of art 

I Drawings or sculptural works of a scientific 

or technical character 
J Photographs 

K Prints and pictorial illustrations 

R Renewal registrations 

Part 1 IB Commercial Prints and Labels 

(Annual issue) 5. 00 
KK Commercial prints and labels 
R Renewal registrations 

Parts 12-13 Motion Pictures and Filmstrips 2. 50 

L Motion-picture photoplays 

M Motion pictures other than photoplays 

R Renewal registrations 



Subscription price: Complete Catalog for the year 
$50.00; $12.50 additional for foreign mailing. 
Orders, accompanied by remittances, should be 
addressed to the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. 
Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 
20402. 



VI 



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Table of Contents 

Page 

Current Registrations 1 

Renewal Registrations '9 

Title Index 87 



Introduction 



PARTS 3-4 list dramas, dramatico-musicals, lec- 
tures, sermons, monologs, and radio, television, and 
recording scripts registered in classes C and D. 
Many of the recording scripts are made to accom- 
pany filmstrips which are registered in classes A or J 
and are listed in Parts 12-13: Motion Pictures and 
Filmstrips. Selected published dramas currently 
registered in class A are also included for the con- 
venience of the user. Works for which the copyright 
has been renewed are listed separately in the Re- 
newal Registrations section. 

Arrangement is alphabetical under the name of 
the author (i.e., the person or organization prin- 
cipally responsible for the content of the work) or, 
in the case of some serials and certain other works, 
under the title. Each work is described in a main 
entry which includes information pertinent to the 
copyright claim. References are made to the main 
entries from the names of contributing authors 
(e.g., joint authors, editors), claimants, and from 
variant forms of names. 

The Title Index covers both currently registered 
works and renewal registrations, the latter being 
identified by the symbol (R) . Omitted are titles of 
serials and other works which are entered under 
title in the first two sections. 



For works currently registered, each main entry 
includes, in addition to the name or title under 
which it is filed, the following items of information 
if available and applicable : 

1) Title, followed by subtitle, if any, which 
may include the number of acts or scenes. 

2) Names of joint authors, editors, translators, 
compilers, etc. 

3) Edition statement. 

4) Place of publication for all foreign works; 
and for domestic works if given in an im- 
print on the work, unless the work is entered 
under the publisher as author. 

5 ) Name of the first-named publisher given in 
an imprint on the work ; when the publisher 
is also the author, the name is omitted. 

6) Physical description, consisting of the num- 
ber of pages or other terms descriptive of 
the work; unpaged works and those with 
complicated or irregular paging are de- 
scribed as 1 v.; for works issued in more 
than one volume, the number of volumes is 
given. 

7 ) Series statement. 



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8) Special descriptive data which includes the 
number of acts or scenes when not included 
after the title ; author and title of a work on 
which the dramatic work is based or with 
which it is correlated. 

9) Names of authors given in the application 
which do not appear elsewhere in the entry. 

10) Name of the employer in the case of a work 
made for hire, if so named in the application. 

1 1 ) Application title if it varies substantially in 
wording from the title as it is given on the 
work. 

12) Information contained in the appHcation 
which relates to the registration of an earlier 
version of the work. 

1 3 ) Brief statement of the new matter on which 
copyright is claimed, preceded by the abbre- 
viation NM, if this information is given in 
the application and is not indicated else- 
where in the entry. 

14) Copyright symbol ©. 

15) A statement of limitation of claim if the 
application or notice on the work explicitly 
limits the claim. 

16) Name of the copyright claimant. 

1 7 ) For published works, date of publication as 
given in the application; for unpubhshed 
works, the date on which the last of all items 
required to complete registration (i.e., copy, 
application, and fee) was received in the 
Copyright Office. 

18) Registration number. 

For published works, whenever it is necessary to 
indicate a variation between the information given 
in the application and in the copy of the work with 
respect to the claimant's name or the date of pub- 
lication, the data from the application is given first, 
followed by the phrase "in notice" and the data 
given in the work; e.g., © Richard Roe; 12Jan72 
(in notice: 1971 ) ; DP7900. 



Works deposited in connection with copyright 
registration may be selected for inclusion in the 
collections of the Library of Congress. Library of 
Congress printed cards are available for many of 
the pubhshed works so selected. Orders for such 
cards or inquiries concerning them should be 
addressed to the Card Division, Building No. 159, 
Navy Yard Annex, Washington, D.C. 20541. 

For renewal registrations, each main entry in- 
cludes, in addition to the name or title under which 
it is filed, the following items of information if 
available and applicable : 

1) Title, followed by subtitle, if any, which 
may include the number of acts or scenes. 

2 ) Names of authors of renewable matter. 

3 ) Edition statement. 

4) Number of acts, scenes, or volumes. 

5) Series statement. 

6) Brief statement of the new matter on which 
the original copyright was claimed, pre- 
ceded by the abbreviation NM, if available 
in the renewal application. 

7) Copyright symbol ©. 

8) A statement of limitation of claim to a 
certain portion of the original work if the 
application explicitly limits the claim. 

9 ) Date of original copyright. 

10) Original registration number. 

1 1 ) Name of the renewal claimant followed by 
a statement in parentheses, usually abbre- 
viated, giving the basis of the renewal claim 
as supplied by the applicant; e.g., "John 
Doe (NK) " indicates that renewal of copy- 
right is claimed by John Doe as next of kin 
of the deceased author. 

12) Date of receipt of the renewal application 
or fee, whichever is later. 

1 3 ) Renewal registration number. 



Vlll 



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Registrations January-June 1972 



Class C — Lectures and other works pre- 
pared for oral delivery . . . 1,073 
Class D— Domestic published dramatic 

and dramatico-musical works . 150 

Foreign published dramatic and 

dramatico-musical works . . 36 

Unpublished dramatic and dra- 
matico-musical works .... 1,930 

Dramatic works registered in 

class A 64 

Total 3, 253 

Renewals: Classes C and D 465 



These figures represent the number of registra- 
tions for dramas and works prepared for oral 
delivery for January-June 1972, but do not neces- 
sarily represent the exact number of entries in this 
issue of the Catalog of Copyright Entries. Registra- 
tion figures for other classes of material may be 
found in the respective parts. 



IX 



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Abbreviations and Symbols 



Ihe t( 


ollowmg list mcludes abbreviations and 


NM 


new matter 


symbols 


used in this catalog with specific copy- 


no. 


number (s) 


right or 


bibliographic meanings. 


nouv. 


nouveau, nouvelle 


(A) 


author (s) 


op. 


opus 


a.a.d.o. 


accepted alternative designa- 


P- 


page(s) 




tion of 


(PCB) 


proprietor of copyright in a 


a.k.a. 


also known as 




work copyrighted by a cor- 


ace. 


accompaniment 




porate body otherwise than 


Adm.c.t.a. Administrator (s) cum testa- 




as assignee or licensee of the 




mento annexo 




individual author 


Adm.d.h 


•.n.c.t.a. Administrator (s) de bonis non 


(PCW) 


proprietor of copyright in a 




cum testamento annexo 




composite work 


appl. 


application 


(PPW) 


proprietor of copyright in a 


approx. 


approximate, approximately 




posthumous work 


arr. 


arranged, arrangement, ar- 


(PWH) 


proprietor of copyright in a 




ranged by 




work made for hire 


Aufi. 


Auflage 


prev. 


previous, previously 


augm. 


augmented 

Ausgabe 

black and white 


. 


, , 


Ausg. 
b&w 


prmt. 
priv. print. 


prmtmg 
privately printed 


Bd. 


Band (German) 


pseud. 


pseudonym 


bearb. 


bearbeitet 


pt. 


part, parts 


© 


copyright symbol 


pty. 


proprietary 


(C) 


child or children of the de- 


pub. 


published, publishing 




ceased author 


R, (R) 


renewal registration 


ca. 


circa 


reg. 


registered, registration 


chap. 


chapter (s) 


rev. 


revised 


col. 


colored 


sd. 


sound 


comp. 


compiler 


sec. 


seconds 


d.b.a. 


doing business as 


ser. 


series 


(E) 


executor (s) of the author 


si. 


silent 


ed. 

enl. 


edition, editor 
enlarged 


suppl. 


supplement 




t. 


tome, tomo 


fr. 


frames 






ft. 


feet 


T., Th. 


Teil, Theil 


hrsg. 


herausgegeben 


t.a. 


trading as 


iilus. 


illustration (s) 


t.p. 


title page 


m 


music, music by 


tr. 


translator 


min. 


minutes 


v., vol. 


volume, volumes 


mm. 


millimeters 


w 


words, words by 


(NK) 


next of kin of the deceased 


(W) 


widow of the author 




author 


(Wr) 


widower of the author 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



A list of dramas and works prepared for oral delivery registered during the period 
covered by this issue. Arrangement is alphabetical under the name of the author 
or under the title. References from the names of contributing authors, claimants, 
and from variant forms of names are interfiled. 



A 



ABBEY ROAD MUSIC ^ INC. 

Sexism and rock music. See PARKER, 
JUDY. 

ABBOTT, CHARLES. 

Copium; a musical proposition. Lyrics 
& sketches by Charles Abbott & 
Fredric Dehn; music by Howard Marren. 
69 1. A play in 2 acts. Book. 8: 
lyrics only. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 23Nov70, DU78688. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Charles Abbott & 
Fredric Dehn; 12Jan72; DU82280. 

ABIODUA, pseud. See JOHNSON, JEAN. 

ABRELL, JAMES. 

6 new plays for children. See 
MCE, CHRISTIAN. 

ABUBAKARI, KAMAMU DAMANI, pseud. See 
SMITH, STANLEY. 

ACCARDO, RALPH V. 

Syzygy. 155 l- A play. © Ralph V. 
Accardo; 8Peb72; DU8254l. 

ACCLAIM MUSIC, INC. 

The Sandman takes you to sleepland. 
See MIZE, BUDDY. 

ACHILLES, RALPH C. 

Silly the clown. See BREIfftER, 
FRANK, JR. 

ACKERMAN, HAROLD. 

An Ira sandwich on Emily bread; 

a screenplay by Hal Ackerman. 12^) 1. 
® Harold Ackerman; 8May72; DU83502. 

ACKERMAN, JAN MAHER. 

The tower. See LONG, HARRY H. 

ACKERMAN, RICHARD. 

Give me a slice of your hook. See 
SCHWARTZ, SAMUEL. 

ADAMI, GIUSEPPE. 

La rondine. See PUCCINI, GIACOMO. 

ADAMS, JOHN GORDON. 

Certain sacrifices are in order. See 
JONES, DONALD RAYBURN. 



ADE, WALTER FRANK CHARLES. 

Nathan the wise. See LESSING, 
GOTTHOLD EPHRAIM. 

ADEBAYO, pseud. See NIYONU, ADEBAYO. 

ADELMAN, LOUIS C. 

Touch light; a comedy. 1 v. Three 
acts. © Louis C. Adelman; 21Jun72; 
DU85839 . 

ADEMS, BILLY. 

The surprising uprising. 
WILLIAM THOMAS. 



See WHEATLEY, 



ADKINSON, ROBERT. 

Belle de jour. See BUNUEL, LUIS. 

ADORJAN, CAROL. 

The telephone; an original radio play. 
17 1. © Carol Adorjan; llMay72; 
DU83533 . 

ADVANCEMENT CONCEPTS UNLIMITED. 

Masterkeys to management -- The manag 
er as an evaluator. 17 I- lecture. 
© Advancement Concepts Unlimited; 
24May72; C2723't • 

AFFOLTER, MARGRIT. , 

Frog-king; a play in three acts. 

95 1. © Margrit Affolter; 16Mar72; 
DU82926 . 

AGNEY, TIMOTHY GUY. 

Canonero. 129 1- Screenplay. 
Includes lyrics for 1 song. 
© Timothy Guy Agney; 17Mar72; 
DU82956. 

AGUSTSSON, AGUST ORN. 

Johnny, Bim and Linda. Apr. 1972, 1st 
draft. 71 1. Screenplay. ® Agust 
Orn Agustsson; 3May72; DU83449. 

AIKENS, SUSAN M. 

He saw -- she saw; original screenplay. 
107 1. © Susan M. Aikens; 29Mar72; 
DU83414 . 

AISON, EVERETT. 

The video project. 
CONRAD. 

ALBERTSON, HARRY. 

Coffin for a clown; a play in two acts. 
86 1. © Harry Albertson; ltiMay72; 
DU83658. 



See BROMBERG, 



The tinsel itch; a play in three acts. 
87 1. ® Harry Albertson; l8May72; 
DU83639 . 

ALBO, JOHN. 

The devil take you (Alice in horror- 
land) An original screenplay. 
154 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
as Horror story, 23Mar71, DU79731- 
NM: additions. © John Albo; 
22Feb72; DU82643 . 

ALBRIGHT, CARLTON JUSTIN. 

Paper dreamer; a feature-length film. 
75 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
22Jul71, DU80842. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Carlton J. Albright; 
3Apr72; DU83113. 

ALDER, WILLIAM JAC. 

The Venetian twins; a verse comedy 
based on Carlo Goldoni's classic 
farce; adaptation & musical embel- 
lishments by Jac Alder. 1 v. Two 
acts. NM: versification, transla- 
tion, music S- revision. © Jac Alder; 
24Feb72; DP8OO9. 

ALDERSON, DONNIE BROOKE. 

Harry and Margaret at the movies 
(The flick) A film short written 
by Donnie Brooke Alderson, Joe Tsylor 
Ford & Christian Grey. 1 v. 
Based on an original idea by Shosh 
Ben-Samoa. © Christian Grey & 
Donnie Brooke Alderson; llMay72; 
DU83555 • 

ALEICHEM, SHOLOM. 

From Sholom Aleichem with love. 
LEVINE, ELLIOT. 



See 



ALEXANDER ACADEMY. 

The Alexander Academy presents mind 
engineering. See KURTZ, 
ALEXANDER . 

ALEXIS MUSIC, INC. 

Don't be the fool that I was. See 

MCNEIL, LIBBY. 
Sweet illusion. See MCNEIL, LIBBY. 
We'll be fine together. See 

MCNEIL, LIBBY. 

ALLAN, LEWIS, pseud. See MEEROPOL, ABEL. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-Ju 



ALLEN, ANN. 

The Creator; a gospel musical play, 
13 1- Book only. NM: dramatization 
& additions. S> Ann Allen; lljul72; 
DU83970 . 

ALLEN, ARTHUR. 

James Joyce memorial liquid theatre; 
by Arthur Allen, Polita Marks Barnes, 
Gar Campbell & others. Vol. 1-2. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. With music. 
© Company Theatre Foundation; 
28Feb72; DU82575. 

ALLEN, DAYTON. 

$l4o an oz. gold, whooy not; 9 1. 
© Dayton Allen; 9Peb72; C26493. 

ALLEN, HELEN. 

The 55-Sacramento. 1 v. A play in 3 
acts. ® Helen Allen; 12Jun72; 
DU83869. 

ALLEN, WILLIAM S. 

S.O.S., survival or suicide. 26 1. 
Speech. ® William S. Allen; iOApr72; 
C26903. 

ALLIED MEMORIAL COUNCIL. 

Our busy people; a film script. 6 p. 
® Allied Memorial Council; 24Apr72; 
C26934 . 

ALLRED, HERB. 

H. B.'s beans. See ALLRED, JANICE 
LYIM. 

AILhED, JANICE LYNN. 

'!. B.'s beans; by Ian Allred. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. Based on a 
story by Herb Allred. © Janice 
Lynn Allred; 12Apr72; DU8369O. 

ALMAGOR, DAN. 

Two narrations and a soliloquy: The 
goat. See FRIEND, ROBERT. 

ALMO MUSIC CORP. 

Dear Mistuh P. See VAN PEEBLES, 
MELVIN. ' 

ALPAUGH, RONALD CRAIG. 

Bless me, Father; a comedy. 72 1. 
Two acts. © Ronald C. Alpaugh; 
13Mar72; DU82896 . 

ALSOP, PETER CAMBY. 

Pello. 28 1. A musical play in 2 
acts. Book & lyrics only. © Peter 
Canby Alsop; 10Mar72; DU82682. 

ALSTON, EMMETT R. 

The Luscher test. See CONRAD, 
JACK H. 

AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY. 

Men and molecules. Tape scripts. 
© American Chemical Society. 
Script 
578. The energy crisis: a critique. 

© l8jan72; 026282. 
578. The energy crisis, a critique. 

© l8Feb72; C26389. 
579- The language of odors. 

© 26jan72; C26285. 

581. Judging technology. © 28jan72; 
C26335 . 

582. Fusion: prospects and pit- 
falls, I. © lfPeb72; C26387. 

583. Fusion: prospects and pit- 
falls, II. © l6peb72; C26388. 

583. Fusion: prospects and pit- 
falls, II. © 25Peb72; C26561. 

584. Body metal. © 17Mar72; C26686. 

585. How green the revolution. 
© 19Apr72; C26915. 

586. The lonely atom. © 5Mar72; 
C26585. 

586. The lonely atom. © 19Apr72; 
026916. 

587. Prospects for the living 
filter. © 13Mar72; 026589. 

587. Prospects for the living 
filter. © 24Apr72; C26993. 



588. The skeletal promise of coral. 
© 31Mar72; C26839. 

589. The struggle for clean water. 
Pt.l: Industry. © 3Apr72; 
C26878. 

590. The struggle for clean water. 
Pt.2. © 4Apr72; C26876. 

591- Science, scientists and the 

public interest. © 10May72; 

C27027. 
592. Science, scientists and the 

public interest II. © igApr72: 

026994 . 
593- Chemicals in the environment. 

© 25Apr72; C26983 . 
595- The emperor of ice cream. 
® 3May72; C26984 . 

596. Nitrosoamines: a reappraisal. 
® lSMay72; C27083 . 

597. PCBs: the accidental pollu- 
tants. ® 22May72; C27082. 

598. The sophisticated dowser. 
© 24May72; 027081. 

599. The Muskegon County experiment. 
© 25May72; 027112. 

599- The Muskegon County experiment. 
© 7Jun72; C27194. 

AMERICAN SALESMASTERS, LTD, 

Larry Wilson talks about selling. 

25 1. Recording script. © American 
Salesmasters, Ltd.; lMay72; 027021. 

Selling is simple. See HERMAN, FRED. 

This is Jesse Owens. l4 1. Recording 
script. © American Salesmasters, 
Ltd.; lMay72; C27019. 

Today: the first day of the rest of 

your life. See ZIGLAR, ZIG. 
Why positive thinkers get positive 

results. See PEAL, NORMAN 

VINCENT . 
For other works claimed by 

American Salesmasters, Ltd. See 

EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

AMERICAN-SCANDINAVIAN FOUNDATION. See 
FIVE MODERN SCANDINAVIAN PLAYS. 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF ASSN. EXECUTIVES. 
Executives newstape. Recording 

scripts. © American Society of Assn. 
Executives . 
V . 1 , no . 

10. © 8Nov71; C2633I. 

AMIR, A VIVA. 

David's Bar Mitzvah. 50 1. A play in 
3 acts. © Aviva Amir; 24Mav72- 
DU83706 . 

Luckily we need. 36 1 . A play in 3 
acts. ® Aviva Amir; 31Jan72; 
DU82445 . 



AMRAM, AHUVA BEN. See BEN-AMRAM, AHUVA . 

AMSTEEN, MARY JANE. See MICOS CO. 

ANCHORAGE PRESS, INC. 

The golden fleece. See BARLOW, 

JEREMY. 
In one basket. See PUGH, SHIRLEY. 
Just so stories. See HARRIS, AURAKD. 

ANDERSEN, DENNIS R, 

Jenny and the revolution; a comedy. 
67 1. © Dennis R. Andersen; 30May72; 
DU83749. 
Marry me I Marry me! A comedy, 52 1. 
© Dennis R, Andersen; 13Mar72; 
DU82895 ■ 

ANDERSEN, HANS CHRISTIAN. 

The fairy tale of his life. See 

GAUGERT, RICHARD K. 
Pig o' my heart. See GREGORY, 

JAMES . 
The steadfast tin soldier. Bee 
INGRAHAM, DONALD GORDON. 



ANDERSEN, JAY HOWARD. 

The history of Tom Jones, a foundling; 
By Henry Fielding; adapted by Jay 
Andersen. l4l 1. A musical play 
in 3 acts. Book only. © Jay Howard 
Andersen; 8jun72; DU83742. 

ANDERSON, BEVERLY NEWQUIST. 

The lights of Paris; a musical play. 
Book by Jack Kerr & Jim Bullock; 
lyrics by Jack Kerr; music by 
Beverly Newqulst Anderson. 1 v. 
® Beverly Newqulst Anderson Se Jack 
Kerr; 15May72; DU83579. 

ANDERSON, ERIC L. 

Just good friends. 58 1. A play in 
2 acts. © Eric L. Anderson; 
I7N0V7I; DU8178I. 

ANDERSON, JOHN. 

Colorisms; monologue by John KaSandra, 
pseud. 7 1. ® East/Memphis Music 
Corp.; I4jun72; 027298. 
My home; monologue by John KaSandra, 
pseud. 5 1. © East/Memphis Music 
Corp.; I4jun72; C27299. 

ANDERSON, MARY ELLEN. See MICOS CO. 

ANDERSON, ROBERT. 

Solitaire & Double solitaire. Drama- 
tists Play Service. 64 p. Appl. 
states Solitaire prev. reg, 13Aug71, 
DU81305 & Double solitaire prev. reg 
5Dec69, DU75901. NM: additions fr 
revisions. ® Robert Anderson; 
7Feb72; DP7934. 

ANDERSON, ROBERT K. 

Manna; a play. 16 1 . © Robert K. 
Anderson; 6jun72; DU83812. 

ANDERSON, ROQUE W. 

Circles just go 'round and 'round, by 
Roque W. Anderson & Harry F. Stonum. 
83 1. A musical screenplay. Book 
& lyrics only. © Roque W. Anderson 
& Harry F. Stonum; l6Mar72; DU82807. 



ANDERSON, SAM. 



Extras; a new musical comedy; book by 
William Derringer, music & lyrics b; 



by 



Sam Anderson. 1 v. Two acts. 

© William Derringer & Sam Anderson; 

lMay72; DU83422. 

ANDRASSY, SOPHIA. 

Emperor of San Francisco; a comedy- 
drama in three acts of early San 
Francisco during the life fc time of 
Norton I. 112 1. © Sophia Andrassy 
15Mar72; DU82712 . 

ANDREWS, MAUREEN ARNHOLT. 

Christmas at the Browns' house; 

a Christmas play. 5 1, © Maureen 
Arnholt Andrews; 12Apr72; DU83229, 

ANIMATION INTERNATIONAL, INC, 

Wilbur Webster and the. spirits of 1776. 
See MOLDOPF, SHELDON. 

ANOUILH, JEAN. 

Dear Antoine; or. The love that failed. 
Translated by Lucienne Hill. London, 
Methuen & Co. 102 p. Four acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 1971, 
DU8ll84. NM: translation. © Jean 
Anoullh & Lucienne Hill; 29Jul71; 
DF2134 . 
Tu etals si gentil quand tu etais 
petit. Paris, La Table Ronde. 
156 p. NM: text & compilation of 
prev. pub. texts. © Editions de la 
Table Ronde; 17Mar72; DFO-I877 . 

ANSON, JAY. 

Zodiac (How to influence women and 
win friends) See CALABKESE, TONY. 

ANTHONY, EARL LEON. 

Babylon. 51 1. A play in 2 acts. 
® Earl Leon Anthony; 23Mar72; 
DU83012. 



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A long way from here; 3-act play. 
5 V. © Earl Leon Anthony; 21Mar72; 
DU82978. 

AiroSKIEWICZ, JAY. 

A house divided; a play allegory in 3 
acts. 95 1. © Jay Anusklewicz; 
8May72; DU83501. 

APODACA, JOSEPH S. 

Care for me. Care. 105 1 . A play in 
3 acts. © Joseph S. Apodaca; 
24Feb72; DU82702. 

APOSTOLIC FOEMATION CEHTER FOE CHRIS- 
TIAB RENEW- ALL, IHC. 
The great promise and you. See 

LEGERE, J. ROY. 
In love with truth. See LEGERE, 
J. ROY. 

APPLEY, GEORGE S. 

The federal bureaucracy and self-renew- 
al. Preliminary draft no.l. 104 1. 
© George S. Appley; l6May72; C27057 . 

ARCE, MANUEL JOSE, JR. 

A hen is only an egg's way of making 
another egg; or. Crime, judgement 
and execution of a chicken; or. 
Why it is necessary to provide your 
hens with the proper amount of cal- 
cium in their diet in order to in- 
crease production, guarantee a good 
profit, and improve poultry stand- 
ards; Translated by William I. 
Oliver. 62 1. A play in 18 scenes. 
© William I. Oliver; 12Jan72; 
DU82275. 
Out shopping; translated by William I. 
Oliver. 1 v. A play. © William I. 
Oliver; 12Jan72; DU82273 . 
'Scusmeplease; translated by William I. 
Oliver. 1 v. A play. © William I. 
Oliver; 12Jan72; DU8227'i. 

ARCHER, PATRICIA E. 

Appalachian play-party; a folk play 
of the southern highlands with 
traditional music. 27 1. Two acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Patricia E. 
Archer; 24Mar72; DU82877 . 

ARCTIC ROADRUNNER. 

The bigger, better, meaty burger, 
your local burgerman, the Arctic 
Roadrunner. See SANCHIS, 
RICHARD S. 

ARDEN, JAMES. „ ,. . \ 

The minstrel (An agreement on Damhaix) 
By James Wettle, pseud. 1 v. Thir- 
teen scenes. Includes music & lyrics 
for 5 songs. © James Arden; 15Feb72; 
DU82599. 

ABENDS, ROBERT L. 

Some flaming town; a play in five 
scenes. 17 1. ©Robert L. Arends; 
10Mar7 2; DU8286O. 

ARIETI, SILVANO. 

Interruptions at night; a play in three 
acts by Abramo Tuscany, pseud. 46 1. 
© Silvano Arletl; lJun72; DU8;777. 

ARIOSO PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

The dramatic experience. See 

CLARK, NANETTE. 
An introduction to dance. See 
CLARK, NANETTE. 

ARISTOPHANES . 

Lysistrata's lib. See WAINRIB, 

SIMON. 
Plowshares and pruning hooks. See 

LEVENTHAL, ANN Z. 
The stately ladies. See BAILEY, 

MICHAEL PATRICK. 
The surprising uprising. See 

WHEATLEY, WILLIAM THOMAS. 
Womanwealth. See VOLANAKIS, MINOS. 



ARMSTRONG, ALTHEA ROGETTA. 

Replenish (The mercury pool) 30 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Althea 
Armstrong; 2i)Apr72; DU83209. 

ARMSTRONG, JOHN. 

Nine going on ten. 1 v. A play in 2 
acts. © John Armstrong; 20Apr72; 
DU83299 . 

ARMSTRONG, MALCOLM HENRY, JR. 

Goodbye to Miss Lizzie; a two act 
play. 24 1. © Malcolm Henry Arm- 
strong, Jr.; 23Feb72; DU82693 . 

ARNOLD, MARTHA. 

Alternate family styles. See 

EGGERS, OSCAR R. 
The development of selfhood: Selfish, 

selfless, self-full. See EGGERS, 

OSCAR R. 
Everyday violence. See EGGERS, 

OSCAR R. 

ARNOLD, RICHARD K. , , , ^ ,„ 
Call it Frisco; a musical play in two 
acts. 1 V. Book S: lyrics only. 
© Richard K. Arnold; 17Apr72; 
DU8388O. 

ARONSON, ALVIN. 

The great experience; a comedy. 
1 V. Two acts. © Alvln Aronson; 
10Feb72; DU82550. 

ARRIGHI, MEL. 

The baby teaser; a play in two acts. 
1 V. © Mel Arrighi; l8May72; 
DU83637 . 

ARTHUR, FRED H. 

Asparagus. 2 1. Script. © Fred 
Arthur Productions, Ltd.; l4Feb72; 

026552. 
Beautiful Francis. 2 1. Script. 

© Fred Arthur Productions, Ltd.; 
l4Feb72; C26556. 
Chivalry. 2 1. Script. © Fred 

Arthur Productions, Ltd.; l4Feb72; 

C26555. 
It sizzles. 2 1. Script. © Fred 

Arthur Productions, Ltd.; l4Peb72; 

026543. 
Lower. 2 1. Script. © Fred Arthur 

Productions, Ltd.; l4Peb72; C26547 . 
Miles around. 2 1. Script. © Fred 

Arthur Productions, Ltd.; l4Feb72; 

C26554. 
New and improved. 2 1. Script. 

© Fred Arthur Productions, Ltd.; 

l4Feb72; C26550. 
No gimmicks. 3 1- Script. ® Fred 

Arthur Productions, Ltd.; l4Feb72; 

C26549. 
Price is only. 2 1. Script. © Fred 

Arthur Productions, Ltd.; l4Feb72; 

C26545 . 
Scout troop. 3 1. Script. © Fred 

Arthur Productions, Ltd.; l4Feb72; 

C26553. 
Stripper. 2 1. Script. © Fred 

Arthur Productions, Ltd.; l4Feb72; 

C26548. 

Take-off. 2 1. Script. © Fred 

Arthur Productions, Ltd.; l4Feb72; 

C26544. 
Traveling life's highway. 2 1. 

Script. © Fred Arthur Productions, 

Ltd.; l4Feb72; C26551- 
Unheard-of low prices. 2 1. Script. 

© Fred Arthur Productions, Ltd.; 

l4Feb72; C26557. 
Wanna' buy a duck? 2 1. Script. 

© Fred Arthur Productions, Ltd.; 

l4Feb72; C26546. 

ARTHUR (FEED) PRODUCTIONS, LTD. 
For works claimed by Fred Arthur 
Productions, Ltd. See ARTHUR, 
FEED H. 



ASAD, THOMAS GEORGE. 

Tommy Tooshoes; a musical comedy; book 
& lyrics by Tom Asad, music by Jon 
Clark & Tom Asad. 2 v. Two acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 2Sep71; 
DUBlSlO. NM: 3 vignettes & lyrics 
for 8 songs. © Thomas George Asad; 
26Apr72; DU83357 . 

ASHLEY, FRANKLIN B. 

The amber keyhole. 75 1. A play. 

© Franklin Ashley; 12l'Iay72; DU835't3. 
Midnight ride. 38 1 . A play. 

© Franklin Ashley; 12May72; DU83542. 

ASKEW, LOIS ANNETTE CHALKER. 
Onward to the mountaintop; or, 

Freedom now. A chorlc dramatization 
by Lois Annette Chalker. 32 1. 
Three acts . © Lois Annette Chalker 
Askew; 3Jan72; DU82259. 

ASKIN, PETER. 

The grand master and the honorary 
nigger. See BELLO, STEPHEN. 

AS SIN, SALLY. 

The kings; a play by Laura Bailey, 
pseud. 84 1, © Laura Bailey; 
21Jan72; DU82366. 

ATKIN, FLORA B. 

Golliwhoppers! A dramatization moti- 
vated by the themes fr traditions of 
American folklore. 1 v. Book &• 
lyrics only. © Flora B. Atkin; 
llApr72; DU83088. 

ATKINS, ANNIE BELL. 

Have a little faith in the human 
race. See ATKINS, PEED. 

ATKINS, FEED. 

Have a little faith in the human race. 

By Fred Atkins & Annie Bell Atkins. 

3 1. © Fred Atkins & Annie Bell 

Atkins; 27Jan72; C26400. 
Love's getting mighty scarce around 

here. 6 p. © Fred Atkins; l6Nov71; 

026950. 
0-o-oh, I'm living in love. 4 p. 

© Fred Atkins; 27Dec71; 026949- 

ATKINS, GEOHGE. 

Son, make your old lady proud, by 
George Atkins & Godfrey Cambridge. 
103 1. Screenplay. ® George Atkins 
& Godfrey Cambridge; lMay72; DU83439. 

ATKINSON, JENNIFER MCCABE. 

Children of the sea and three other 
unpublished plays. See O'NEILL, 
EUGENE GLADSTONE. 



ATKINSON, TEX. 
Hill County. 



See THACKERAY, JAN. 



ATLANTIC PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
England made me. See CORY, 
DESMOND. 

AUERBACH, DAVID MARTIN. 

The bitches are here; book & lyrics 
by Mon Jonel, pseud. 83 1. A 
musical play in 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 9Mar71, DU79593. NM: additions 
& revisions. © David Martin Auer- 
bach; 5Apr72; DU83698. 

AUGSBURG PUB. HOUSE. 

Mustard seeds & wine skins. See 
POOVEY, W. A. 

AUSLANDER, ETHAN K. 

Why be poor, if you can be rich again. 
6 1. Screenplay. © Ethan K. 
Auslander; 30Mar72; DU82950. 



AUSTEN, JANE. 

Pride and prejudice. 
IRWIN. 



See STARK, 



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AUTO TAPE TOURS DIVISION, COMPREHENSIVE 
COMMUNICATIONS, INC. See COMPREHEN- 
SIVE COMMUNICATIONS, INC. AUTO TAPE 
TOURS . 

AUTOMATED INSTRUCTIONAL DEVELOPMENT CO. 

Keypunch training. Pt.l-l8. I v. 

Cassette scripts. © Automated 

Instructional Development Co.; 

7Jan72; C26324. 

L'AVANT-SCENE DU CINEMA. 

Belle de Jour. See BUNUEL, LUIS. 

AXELEAD, NANCY SANDRA. 

Love: any style; a play in 1 act. 1 v. 
Appl. states Scene 2 prev. reg. 
8jan71, DU79069. © Nancy Sandra 
Axelrad; l4jan72; DU82352. 

AXLEROD, CAROL. 

Dangerfield. See AXLEROD, DAVID. 

AXLEROD, DAVID. 

Dangerfield, by David & Carol Axlerod. 
95 1- Screenplay. © David Axlerod; 
llFeb72; DU82672. 

AXELROD, DAVTD B. 

Harvey's gadkes. 23 1. A play in 3 
scenes. © David B. Axelrod; 
26Apr72; DU83371. 

AYCKBOURN, ALAN. 

Relatively speaking; a comedy. London, 
Evans Plays. 90 p. (Evans drama 
library) Two acts. © Alan 
Ayckbourn; 50Dec68; DF2l4l . 

AYOUB, JACK M. 

Drugs: your child's death certificate. 
8 1. Lecture. ® Jack M. Ayoub; 
10Feb72; C26530. 



B 



BRG, INC. 
Ba ba bu. 



See RAIRDEN, TRUDY. 



BABULA, WILLIAM. 

The fragging of Lt. Jones. 1 v. A 
play in J acts. ® William Babula; 
26jun72; DU84028. 

BACHMAN, GREGORY ALLEN. 

The Christmas window. 1 v. A musical 
play. © Gregory Allen Bachman; 
10Feb72; DU82555. 

BACON, NANCY. 

Captain Gingerbread versus the spoon- 
ed faced Drumlins. See VOSS, 
ROBERT W. 

BADILA, D., pseud. See 

THEODORU, STEFAN GHEORGHE. 

BAGGETT, LARRY W. 

The coming out of Mary Jane; a musical 
comedy by Larry & Pat Baggett. 1 v. 
Two acts. ® Larry & Patricia 
Baggett; l5Mar72; DU82927 . 



BAGGETT, PATRICIA S. 

The coming out of Mary Jane. 
BAGGETT, LARRY W. 



See 



BAIERLEIN, EDWARD R. 

The blood dome; a play in three acts 
by Ed Baierleln. 1 v. © Edward R. 
Balerlein; 22May72; DU8566I. 

BAILEY, LAURA, pseud. See ASSIN, SALLY. 

BAILEY, MICHAEL PATRICK. 

Cupid & Psyche; or. The difference. 
89 1. A play in 2 acts. © Michael 
Patrick Bailey; 27Jan72; DU82435. 



The stately ladies; or. The senator's 
ass. A comedy of liberation; loosely 
adapted from the Ecclesiazusae of 
Aristophanes. 82 1. Book & lyrics 
only. © Michael Patrick Bailey; 
31Mar72; DU83098. 
The theatre of self; a dramatic pro- 
gression in the classical manner. 
2 V. © Michael P. Bailey; 5May72; 
DU83557 . 

BAIONE, JAMES. 

The evangelist; music, book & lyrics by 
James Balone & Leonard Balone . 63 1. 
A play in 2 acts. Book & lyrics 
only. © Leonard Balone & James 
Balone; 29Jun72; DU83904 . 

BAIONE, LEONARD 

The evangelist. See BAIONE, JAMES. 

BAIRD, HIRAM K. 

The Niagara; a dramatic narrative. 
New York, New Voices Pub. Co. 
68 p. Six acts. © Hiram K. Baird; 
15Apr72; DP8025 . 

BAIRN, WILLIAM A. 

Yyala; screenplay. 52 1. © Barbet 
Film Productions Corp.; lMay72; 
DU83437 . 

BAK, JULIA 'G. 

First you have to hear the plop, John. 
By Julie Bak. 29 1. Teleplay in 2 
acts. © Julia G. Bak; l8Apr72; 
DU83277 . 
P. I. P., by Julie Bak. 19 1. A play 
in 1 act. © Julia G. Bak; 26Apr72; 
DU83410. 

BAKER (WALTER H. ) CO. 

Eighteenth noel. See FEENEY, 
MARTIN. 

BAKOS, JOHN A. 

This is your scribble, Mr. Memo; a full 
length play in two acts. 1 v. 
© John A. Bakos; 19May72; DU83518. 

BALAWICK, PAUL M. 

The infidel's progress (Vice rewarded) 
A hard melodrama. 121 1. Ten 
scenes. © Paul M. Balawick; 24jan72; 
DU82383 . 

BALLARD, RONALD L. 

The tent; a play in 2 acts. 43 1. 
© Ronald L. Ballard; 17Feb72; 
DU826II . 

BALTUSK, DONALD, pseud. See 
MOYLE, DONALD ROBERT. 

BAMMAN, HENRY A. 

Target red: auditory-visual discrim- 
ination kit. By Henry A. Bamman & 
James J. McGovern. 1 v. 39 scripts. 
© Field Educational Publications, 
Inc.; 7Feb72; 026563. 

BANCROFT -WHITNEY CO. 

U.S. cassettes. See LOUISELL, 

DAVID W. 
U.S. Supreme court I97I-I972 term. 

See LOUISELL, DAVID W. 

BANFIELD, EDWARD C. 

How many, and who, is it wise to set 
at liberty? 31 1. Lecture. © Pub- 
lic Affairs Conference Center; 
lJun71; C26346. 

BANKS, ANN. 

I killed the black dahlia, by Ibycus 
Crane, pseud. I56 1. Screenplay. 
© Ann Banks; 15May72; DU83487 . 

BANKS, CAROL. 

The rise of the phoenix; a play in 
three acts. 63 1. © Carol Banks: 
15Jan72; DU82284. 

BANKS, CAROL PRICE. 

Afterglow. 16 1. A play. © Carol 
Price Banks; 20Jun72; DU83945. 



BANOV, ROBERT LOUIS. 

Catch me if you can (After the blue 
balloon) Screenplay by R. Lewis 
Banov. 325 1. © R. Lewis Banov; 
8jun72; DU83846. 

BANTAM BOOKS, INC. 

Elizabethan drama. See GASSNER, JOHN. 
New plays from the black theatre. 

See BULLINS, ED. 
Restoration drama. See WAITH, EUGENE. 
The taming of the shrew. See 

SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 
BARBER, RUBY LEE. 

Take a good look at yourself Bv 

R. Van Lee, pseud. 58 1. A play in 

DU83II8 ^""^ Barher; 13Jun72;^ 

BARBET FILM PRODUCTIONS CORP 
Yyala. See BAIRN, WILLIAm'a. 

BARCLAY, CONNON EDWARD. 

What happened to the Medicaid file' 
A three act play. 1 v. © Connon 
Barclay; 3Apr72; DU831I2. 

BARCLAY, MARY BETH. 

Apologia. 1 V. © Mary Beth Barclay; 
6Mar72; C26659. 

BARD, JAMES A. 

The sound of a distant drum. 1 v 
A musical play in 2 acts. Book'& 
^y^^'^f °nly- Appl. states prev. 
&tJ^^^.' ™97. NM: revisions. 
<s James A. Bard; 25Feb72; DU82482. 

BARDIN, RUTH JONAS. 

The psychology of creativity; 
series of lectures. 1 v. 
English & Hebrew. © Ruth Jonas 
Bardln; 28Jan72; C26333 . 

BARKER-BEHFIELD, G. J. 

The gynecologist-patient relation in 
late nineteenth-century America- 
Illustrated by female castration. 
'*3 1. Lecture. © G. J. Barker- 
Benfield; 24Feb72; 026682. 
BARLOW, JEREMY. 

The golden fleece; a play for young 
people by Alan Cullen, with music by 
Jeremy Barlow. Anchorage, Ky., 
Anchorage Press. 74 p, Three acts. 
® Anchorage Press, Inc.; 90ct71: 
DP7899. 

BARNES, DOROTHEA. 

But, Doctor, are you sure. See 
DUMAS, MILDRED. 

BARNES, DOROTHY BYERS. 

Hannah, the praying mother. 8 1. 
Sermon. ® Dorothy Byers Barnes; 
10May72; C27077. 
Sarah, the mother of nations; a play 
for Mother's Day. 1 v. A musical 
play In 3 scenes. Book only. 
© Dorothy Byers Barnes; 6Jun72; 
DU83673. 
BARNES, POLITA MARKS. 

James Joyce memorial liquid theatre. 
See ALLEN, ARTHUR. 

BARNES, SONIA YVONNE. 

The familiar Images; a drama designed 
for a one-hour TV program. 50 1. 
© Sonia Y. Barnes; 6Mar72; DU82816. 

BARNET, SYLVAN. 

Types of drama; plays and essays. 

Edited by Syl\an Barnet, Morton Ber- 
man & William Burto. Boston, Little, 
Brown. 674 p. NM: compilation, 
pref., introductions, biographical 
sketches, afterwords & glossary. 
© Little, Brown & Co., Inc.; 
10May72; A3 47 43 4. 

BAENSBURY FILMS. 

The empty promise. See VINCENT, SEAN 
PATRICK. 
BARR, WILLIAM H. 

Late date. 1 v. Radio scripts. 
© William H. Barr; 27Jan72; 
C26328. 



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BARRERA, MARYHELEN. 

Flory. See MAY, GEEN P. 



SR. 



BECHAM, LARL. 
Safari 300. 



See TRUESDALE, TAD. 



BARRISTER HOUSE. 

Captain Gingerbread versus the 
spooned faced Drumlins. See 
VOSS, ROBERT W. 

BARROM, RICHARD N. . 

Back roads. 3^ 1- A play m 3 
scenes. ©Richard N. Barron; 
7Jan72; DU82233 ■ 

BARRON, RICHARD NEIL. 

Under the ice; a play in two acts. 
1 V. ® Richard N. Barron; 19Jun"'2; 
DU83923 • 
BARRON'S EDUCATIONAL SERIES, INC. 
Nathan the wise. See LESSING, 
GOTTHOLD EPHRAIM. 



BECSI, KURT. 

Komische Trllogie; Draraen. Wien, 

Bergland. 287 p. © Bergland Verlag; 
8Apr72; DFO-I881. 

BEECHER, EARL. 

When a witch comes to call; an original 
screenplay by Earl Beecher & James 
Hickman. 66 1 . © James J. Hickman 
& Earl Beecher; 20Apr72; DU83281 . 

BEECHWOOD NtUSIC CORP. CENTRAL SONGS. 
See CENTRAL SONGS. 



Jack 



BARSCHI, JACK. 

The bathtub. 15 1. A play. 

Barschi; 26Apr72; DU83374 . 
A family affair. 23 1. A Plgy-^^ 

© Jack Barschi; 26Apr72; DU83376. 
Sunday morning. 35 1 ■ A play. 

© Jack Barschi; 26Apr72; DU833T5 ■ 

BARTLEY, RICHARD. 

World of silence. See HOLLIS, 
DARYL J. 

BARTON FILM CO-. 

Zaat; motion picture shooting script. 
71 1. © Barton Film Co.; 2Mar72; 
DP7956. 

BARTON, JOHN. 

The Wars of the Roses; adapted from 
William Shakespeare's Henry VI, 
pt.1-3, & Richard III. In collabora- 
tion with Peter Hall. London, 
British Broadcasting Corp. 242 p. 
© John Barton & Peter Hall; 23Jul70; 
DF2144 . 

BASKERVILL, CHARLES R. 

Stuart plays. See NETHERCOT, 
ARTHUR H. 

BATEMAN, LARRY LANE. 

Kiss the sky. 85 1. A play in 3 acts. 

® Lane Bateman; 3May72; DU83446. 
Words cost ten cents; three short plays 
by Lane Bateman in collaboration 
with Mark Nielson, Michael Catlin, 
Marilyn Herrs & others. 1 v. 
Contents : Bandages . — Ice . —Braille . 
© Lane Bateman; 21Apr72; DU83689- 

BATES, ELEANOR ANN. See MICOS CO. 

BATES, ERNEST SUTHERLAND. 

The passing of Mrs. Eddy. See 
JOY, ARTHUR FRANCIS. 

BATES, JOHN. 

You are cordially invited to attend 
the birth of a god; a play. 
1 V. Two acts. © John Bates; 
22Feb72; DU82653 . 



BAYARD, JEAN FRANCOIS. 
La fille du regiment. 
GAETANO . 



See DONIZETTI, 



BEAN, MURIEL. ^ ^v, ^ 

Wonder woman; or. Girl of earth and 
heaven; or, Catherine of Siena: 
saint. 4 1. A play. © Muriel 
Bean; 2May72; DU83331. 

BEAUCHAMP, SUSAN K. 

Family meeting. See STEINMETZ, 
URBAN G. 

BEAVER, WALTER S. „ . k 
Tous les deceptions de Pans, by 
Gauthier Castor, pseud. 75 1- 
A musical play in 2 acts. English. 
Book St lyrics only. © Walter S. 
Beaver; 8May72; DU83't07. 



BEERBOHM, MAX. 

The incomparable Max. 
JEROME. 



See LAWRENCE, 



BEERS, BEATRIX BROFFE. 

There comes a time for wedding bells; 
a drama in three acts. 73 ^-^M^^- 
states prev. reg. 15Mar66, DU661bl, 
& 200ct70, DU78418. NM: additions & 
dramatization. © Beatrix Beers; 
31May72; DU83764. 

BEERS, M. DOUGLAS. 

An absorbing problem; by M. Douglas 
Beers & James A. Slater. J^ ^■ 
© M. Douglas Beers & James A. Slater, 
lMar72; DP7972. 

BEERS, WILLIAM D. 

Sea change; a play with songs 2 v. 
Two acts. Drawn from the play The 
enchanted cottage, by Arthur W. 
Pinero. © William D. Beers; 
28Apr72; DU83390. 

BEGUN, JEPFRY S. 

Void where prohibited by law; a video- 
tape production written by Jeff 
Begun, Murphy Dunne, Ira Miller & 
Howard R. Cohen. 1 v. Script. 
© Jeff Begun, Murphy Dunne, Howard R. 
Cohen & Ira Miller; 5Jan72; C26258. 

BEHAN, BRENDAN. 

Borstal boy. See MCMAHON, FRANK. 

BEHAN, BRENDAN, ESTATE OP. 

Borstal boy. See MCMAHON, FRANK. 

BEHKENDT, STEPHEN. 

The adventures of Tom Jones. See 
CARVER, ROBERT D. 

BEIM, NORMAN. 

The education of Orin Moore. 00 1. 
A play in 9 scenes. © Norman Beim; 
21Jan72; DU82363. 
The liberation of Linda Dworkin. 
104 1. A play. © Norman Beim; 
30Mar72; DU83073. 

BELASCO, DAVID. 

La belle Russe. See LEVY, EDWIN L. 

BELFORD PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Dangerous relations; from an original 
story by Ford Bell. 3d draft. 
109 1. Screenplay. © Belford Pro- 
ductions, Inc.; l8May72; DU83629. 

BELL, ELISE. . 

Rifles for Watie. Dramatization Dy 
Claire G. Miller & Selma R. Brody; 
adapted by Elise Bell. 1 v.. 
Recording script. Based on the 
book by Harold Keith. © Newbery 
Award Records, Inc.; 10Jan72; 
DU82238. 

BELL, FORD. 

Dangerous relations. See BELFORD 
PRODUCTIONS, IMC. 

BELL, JOHN SHANNON. . 

Like rich pipe tobacco; a play i" ^ 
acts. 21 1. © John S. Bell; 6Apr72, 
DU83i64. ^ ^ , 

The open window. 5 1- A play. © John 
S. Bell; 6Apr72; DU83163 . 



BELLAK, BEVERLY. See TALISMAN, 
BEVERLY BELLAK. 

BELLITO, MICHAEL J. 

It happens every day; a comedy In 3 
acts. 38 1. © Michael J. Belllto; 
llFeb72; DU82696. 

BELLITTO, NICHOLAS. 

Oh, oh, Thoreau; a three act play. 
108 1. © Nicholas Bellitto; 5Jan72; 
DU82185 . 

BELLMAN, CHARLES EDWARD. 

Scotch on the rocks, by Charles Edward 
Bellman «• Michael Outtenberg. 7° 1- 
A play in 2 acts. © Charles Edward 
Bellman 8- Michael Guttenberg; 
12Apr72; DU85222. 

BELLO, STEPHEN. 

The grand master and the honorary 
nigger; screenplay by Stephen Bello, 
Peter Askln & Brandon French, lib 1. 
© Directions One Co.; 20Jul71; 
DP7951 ■ 

BELMONT, DOMINIC. 
Stanley & Dominic. 



See SOLE, ALFRED. 



BELMONT, NANCY M. 

Sad World, glad World. 24 1. A play. 
© Nancy M. Belmont; 28Feb72; 
DU82735 • 

BELVILLE, LANCE. 

Wishes and Saturdays; book by Lance 
Belville, lyrics by Elliott Siegel, 
music by Wally Harper. Based on the 
novel. Coming out, by Theodore Isaac 
Rubin. 1 V. Two acts. Book & lyr- 
ics only. © Elliott Siegel & Lance 
Belville; 6Mar72; DU8258l. 

BELWIN-MILLS PUB, CORP. 

Black widow. See PASATIERI, THOMAS. 
Summer and smoke. See HOIBY, LEE. 



BEN-AMRAM, AHUVA. 

Richard Lyin' Heart and his images; 
a tale of the dark ages. Jerusalem, 
Israel, Shalom Press. 60 p. 
Five acts . © Ahuva Ben-Amram; 
29NOV71; DP7987. 

BEN-SAMOA, SHOSH. 

Harry and Margaret at the movies. See 
ALDERSON, DONNIE BROOKE. 

BENEDICT, MARTIN, pseud. 

M. L. King, Jr.; by Martin Benedict, 
pseud, of Anita C. Steiger & 
Elaine K. Steiger. 2l6 1. A play 
in 3 acts. © Anita C. Steiger & 
Elaine K. Steiger; 3Jan72; DU82l45 . 

BENEDICT, STEWART H. 

Busy, busy, busy. 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. © Stewart H. Benedict; 
26Jan72; DU82412. 

BENESTER, SHALOM, pseud. See 
ZAKSENBERG, SHALOM. 

BENJAMIN, pseud. See GOLDSTEIN, 
BENJAMIN. 

BENJAMIN k POT, INC. 

For works claimed by Benjamin 5: Pot, 
Inc. See GOLDSTEIN, BENJAMIN. 

BENNETT, ANITA M. 

Oil's well that ends well; an original 
melodrama by Anita M. Bennett & Mary 
M. Grover. 22 1. Two acts. © Anita 
M. Bennett & Mary M. Grover; 28jun72; 
Du84o4o. 

BENNETT, PAUL. 

The door; a poetic play in two scenes. 
26 1. © Paul Bennett; 7Feb72; 
DU8253O. 
Fallout; a play in five scenes. 
69 1. © Paul Bennett; 7Feb72; 
DU82529. 



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BENNINGS, JOHN. 

What's wrong with that child; message 
song, .poem. 3 1. © John Bennlngs; 
l6Jun72: C27265 . 

BENSON J WARREN E. 

The wonderful world of words. See 
PERRY, ELAINE K. 

BENTKOVER, JACOB. 

The old neighborhood; a play. g8 1. 
Three acts. © Jacob Bentkover; 
3May72; DU83450. 

BENTLEY, GILL W. 

A tour of Perrysburg, Maumee and 

Watervllle historic sites and archi- 
tecture. No.S. 11 1. Script. 
© Landmarks Committee, Maumee Valley 
Historical Society; 17Jan72; C26370. 
A tour of Toledo architecture. No.l. 
8 1. Script. © Landmarks Committee, 
Maumee Valley Historical Society; 
17Jan72; C26369. 

BENTWOOD MUSIC, INC. 

There's a place off Broadway. See 
KELLER, SHELDON. 

BERG, BARRY. 

ToUEsaint. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Barry Berg; 12Jun72; DU83863. 

BERG, KATHRINE M. 

Divide by two; a one act play. 24 1. 
© Kathrlne M. Berg; 7Apr72; DU83172. 

BERGER, CHARLES A. 

The fruit of divine. 1 v. A musical 
play. © Charles A. Berger; 21Jun72; 
DU83957 . 

BERGER, MELVIN. 

The oilman. See DEWITT, IMRE. 
BERGER, THOMAS. 

Other people; Act I. (In Works in 
progress. New York, Literary Guild 
of America, no. 6, p. 45-75) 
© Thomas Berger; 7Apr72; DP803O. 

BERGLAND VERLAG. 

Komische trilogie. See BECSI, KURT. 

BERGMAIOT, MICHAEL. 

The Zilensky collection; a film script. 
52 1. © Michael Bergraann; 9Mav72: 
DU83514 . 

BERGREN, P. 

The Abskalapsa tree. See WYMAN, DAN. 
BERKSHIRE, MARGARET JOYCE. 

Gay Street blues. 91 1. A play 
in 3 acts. © Margaret Berkshire; 
21Apr72; DU83313. 

BERLAND, HOWARD. 

Our dear darling baby boy X; a one-act 
play. 1 V. © Howard Berland; 
29Feb72; DU82746. 

BERLIN, HERMES ROSS. 

The crying Buddha. See BERLIN, 
JOYCE E. 

BERLIN, JOYCE E. 

Alma; by Nij Elber, pseud. 6I 1. 

A play in 2 acts. © Joyce E. Berlin; 
26Jan72; DU82405 . 
The crying Buddha, by Joyce E. Berlin 
& Hermes Ross Berlin. 4l 1. Screen- 
play. © Joyce E. Berlin & Hermes 
Ross Berlin; 6Apr72; DU83168. 
A highly corporate condition. 33 1. 
Screenplay. © Joyce E. Berlin; 
lMay72; DU83429. 

BERLINER, OLIVER. 

Pink magic. See MUHDY, JANICE IvAY. 



BERNZWEIG, JAY. 

Just so. See GARRISON, DAVID E. 

BERH, GEORGES. 

The French they are a funny race: 
the girl in the bath. See GREEN 
ERIC MAWBY. 

BETHELL, RICHARD. 

Sister Sally and the Dimple brothers; 
original screenplay. 102 1. 
© Richard Bethell; 31Mar72; DU83097. 

BEVERLY, EDDIE, JR. 

Wasted time; the ultimate flick. 
1 V. © Eddie Beverly, Jr.; 
28Feb72; DU82744. 

BIANCHI, R. J. 

If you do your part. Production 

no.MI-C-1. 4 1. Recording script. 
©Monarch Industries, Inc.; 13Dec71; 
C26259. 

BIBOW, JOAN KAY. 

Confucius: prophet of peace; a musical. 
1 v. Two acts. © Joan Kay Blbow; 
20Apr72; DU83150. 

BIERHAUS , E . G . , JR . 

M is for. 1 V. A play in J acts. 
© E. G. Bierhaus, Jr.; 2Jun72: 
DU83793. 

BIERMAN, MEGAN. 

Bulldozer ballet. 3 1. Screenplay. 
© Megan Bierman; 3Apr72; DU83108. 

BIERMAH, WOLF. 

The Dra-Dra; the great dragon-slayer 
show in 8 acts with music; translated 
by John Flores & Jack Zipes . 126 1. 
Book & lyrics only. KM: translation. 
© Jack Zipes & John Flores: 8Feb72- 
DU82327. 

BIESANTZ, BARBARA SYLVIA. 

Marika; a drama in three acts. 
1 V. © Barbara Sylvia Biesantz; 
lFeb72; DU82462. 

BIGG, PHYLLIS. 

Mummy did it; original story & 

screenplay by Phyllis Craig, pseud. 
69 1. © Phyllis Craig; 6Jan72; 
DU82223 . 

BIGGS, DAN TAYLOR. 

Katrina visits Winterland. See 
GIERMAHN, FREDERICK. 



BERMAN, MORTON. 

Types of drama. See BARNET, SYLVAN. 

BERNSTEIN, RICHARD N. 

The young Abe Lincoln. 27 1. 
Musical play in 7 scenes. Book 
only. © Richard N. Bernstein; 
9Feb72; DU82193 . 



BIGGS, RAYMOND LAWRENCE. 

Going to the zoo; author, Ray Biggs. 
5 1. (Papa Elf and all of his little 
friends in the forest) Script. 
© Ray Biggs; 13Jan72; C26359. 
The space ship; author, Ray Biggs. 

5 1. (Papa Elf and all of his little 
friends in the forest) Script. 
© Ray Biggs; 13Jan72; C26358. 

BILOWIT, IRA J. 

For love of Candy; a romantic comedy; 
an adaptation of G. B. Shaw's 
Candida. 1 v. Three acts. Includes 
lyrics for 2 songs. NM: additions Sc 
revisions. © Ira J. Bilowit; 
22Peb72; DU82421 . 

BIRCH, EMILE A. 

Window box; a film. 105 1. Script. 
© Eraile A. Birch; 8Mar72; DU82834. 
BIHDWELL, LLOYD. 

The divine Florence. See BISHOP, 
ANDRE . 

BIRINGER, JOHN CLAUDE. 

Ogungo sequence; a comedy in three 
acts. 120 1. © John Claude 
Biringer, Doris I. Rapp & Mary D. 
:Reed; 3Jan72; DU82147 . 

BIRNKRANT, ARTHUR. 

Life study; screenplay by Arthur 
Birnkrant & Michael Nebbia. 47 1. 
© Nebbco Productions, Inc.; 21Mar72- 
DU83076. 



BISCHAK, LYNN. 

The road of roses; a dream play. 
97 1. A musical in 2 acts. Book 
only. © Lynn Bischak; 16Mav72: 
DU83497. ^ ' 

BISCOGLIO, BENEDICT S. 

Wives-in-law, by Benedict Young, 

pseud. 107 1. A play in 2 acts. 

Appl. states prev. reg. llSep70, 

DU77769. NM: additions & revisions. 

© Benedict S. Blscogllo & Monika W. 

Biscoglio; 31Jan72; DU82449. 
BISCOGLIO, MONIKA W. 

Wives-in-law. See BISCOGLIO, 

BENEDICT S. 

BISHOP, ANDRE. 

The divine Florence, by Andre Bishop & 
Lloyd Birdwell. 12 1. Screenplay. 
© Andre Bishop & Lloyd Birdwell; 
llFeb72; DU82563. 
BISHOP, JOCELYN. 

Hildegarde. See JONES, TREVOR. 

BISHOP, SCHUYLER. 

Clams got hands; a children's play in 
one act by Sky Bishop. 25 1. 
© Schuyler Bishop; 17Apr72; DU83262. 
BITTNER, WILLIAM RUSSELL, JR. 
Night of the gypsies. 10 1. A 
screenplay. © William Russell 
Bittner, Jr.; 15May72; DU8358O. 

BIZZIOS, JOHN. 

Love thy family. 57 1. a screenplay. 
© John Bizzios; 24Apr72; DU8332O. 

BLACK, MRS. HAROLD. See BLACK, 
LOIS HOBART. 

BLACK, IRE, pseud. See PERRY, GILBERT. 

BLACK, LOIS HOBART. 

Ce Mallnalli; music drama by Lois 
Hobart. 65 1. Two acts. Book 
only. © Lois Hobart, penname of 
Mrs. Harold Black; 2Jun72; DU83686. 

BLACK, M. 

The fast; a drama in 3 acts. 1 v 
© M. Black; 30Mar72; DU83075 . 

BLACKBURN, CLARICE. 

Goose Head Island. I35 1. Screenplay 
© Clarice Blackburn; 5Jul72; DU83987. 

BLACKMAN, BRANDON RICHARDSON. 

Shadow on the wall. 92 1. Screen- 
play. © Brandon Richardson 
Blackman; 3Mar72; DU82796. 
BLACKWEEDER, JO ANNE G. 

Blood in a cherub's eye. See 
BLACKWELDER, STEPHEN MYRON. 

BLACKWELDER, STEPHEN MYRON. 

Blood in a cherub's eye; original 
story 5: screenplay; additional 
material & dialogue by Jo Anne G. 
Blackwelder. 110 1. © Stephen 
Myron Blackwelder & William J. 
Sawyer; 25Feb72; DU82479. 

BLACKWOOD, ANTHONY, pseud. See 
WHITE, DALE. 

BLACKWOOD, GARY LYLE. 

Come on in, the water's over your 
head. See HART, GARY. 

BLAKE, GARY. 

Status. 91. A play. 
9Mar72; DU82851. 



Gary Blake; 



BLAKE, ROBERT DAVID. 

Let's play doctor! Book, music & 
lyrics by Bob Blake. 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. © Robert David Blake; 
28Feb72; DU8303I. 

BLAKE, RUTEENA. 

Save the children, by Ruteena & Vincent 
Blake. 22 1. A musical play in 2 
acts. Book & lyrics only. © Ruteena 
Blake & Vincent Ransford Blake; 
8Feb72; DU82330. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



BLAKE, VINCENT RANSFORD. 

Save the children. See BLAKE, 
RUTEENA . 

BLAKELY, WINIFRED. 

Upsee Dee, a musical play for chil- 
dren; music, lyrics, story by 
Winifred Blakely. Set Includes 
script (2 acts), pilot's Instruction 
book (67 1.)) condensed version 
(3 1.), first draft for television 
(67 1.) & musical numbers. © Wini- 
fred Blakely; 9Apr71; A246467. 

BLANDO, MARTIN. 

Manana is here. 11 1. Lecture. 
© Martin Blando; 2Jun72; C27191- 

BLANEY, DOROTHY 0. 

If ever two were one; the love story 
of Anne Bradstreet, poet. 42 1. 
A play in 3 acts. ® Dorothy 0. 
Blaney; 7Mar72; DU82825 . 

BLATTNER, DONALD L. 

My Junie's coming home. Franklin, 
Ohio, Eldrldge Pub. Co. 23 p. 
(Eldrldge popular one-act play- 
scripts) © Eldrldge Pub. Co.; 
lSep71; DP7925. 

BLEDSOE, MAEY S. 

Rip. See SIBLEY, DANYLU M. 

BLEDSOE, THOMAS. 

Two plays; Crown of light. See 
USIGLI, RODOLFO. 

BLEHM, CLAYTON E. 

Learn to sing. 4 1. Lecture. 

© Alleen Rohloff & Suzanne Faulkner; 
25Apr72; C26910. 

BLISSETT, BETTY. 

The superintendent. 1 v. A play 

in 3 acts. © Betty Bllssett; 

23Feb72; DU82458. 
BLOOM, pseud. See WOLFF, RUTH. 

BLUEMKE , RALPH C . 

The contract; an original screenplay. 
39 1. © Ralph C. Bluemke; 
10Jan72; DU82252. 

BLUM, THEO. J. F. 

Joshua, Gideon & Saul. See BOWSER, 
MILTON . 

BLUMENFELD, LENORE. 

Afternoon of a bull; a romantic 

fandango. 15 1- A play. © Lenore 
Blumenfeld; 3Jan72; DU8216I. 
Bluebeard in Babylon; a palace frieze. 
31 1. A play. © Lenore Blumenfeld; 
I4jan72; DU823OO. 
Carolina of the garbage dump; adapted 
from Child of the dark: the diary of 
Carolina Maria de Jesus. 14 1 . A 
play. © Lenore Blumenfeld; 10Mar72; 
DU82666 . 
Encapsulated; a dialogue with film- 
strips. 21 1. A play. © Lenore 
Blumenfeld; 3Jan72; DU82162. 
The news-hawks. 1 v. A play In 3 
acts. © Lenore Blumenfeld; 3Jan72; 
DU82667 . 
Voluntary dlsenfranchisement; country 
dancing with dialogue. 30 1. 
A play in 13 scenes . © Lenore 
Blumenfeld; 3Jan72; DU8216O. 

BLUTH, FREDERICK L. 

As you like it. See GIBBONS, MARK. 

BOB JONES UNIVERSITY PRESS. 

The altogether lovely One. See JONES, 
BOB. 
Can two walk together. See 

MCGINLAY, JAMES. 
God's man. See SHULER, R. P., SR. 
The mystery of Melchisedec. See 
GURR, ERIC T. 

BOCCACCIO, GIOVANNI. 

Decameron. See MAYLONE, CLARK. 



BODE, ROBERT F. 

The Devil to pay; adapted from The wild 
gallant, by John Dryden. 66 1. 
A Play. © Robert F. Bode; 27Apr72; 
DU83264 . 

BOER, CHARLES. 

An anthology of Greek tragedy. See 
COOK, ALBERT. 

BOGATER, SUNTIE GAIL. 

Till death do us part, by Shelley, 
pseud. 11 1. A play. © Suntie 
Gail Bogater; 13Mar72; DU82892. 

BOGNER, JAMES P. 

The beginning of the real beginning. 

1 v. A play in 10 scenes. © James 
P. Bogner; 12Jun72; DU83783. 

BOGUE, LUCILE MAXPIELD. 

Citizen number one; by Lucy Max, 
pseud. 105 1. Two acts. Adapted 
from the book. My country is the 
world, by Garry Davis. © Luoile 
Bogue; 7Apr72; DU83171- 

BOLERO, JESSE V. 

Take care of the room; & Indian (red) 
black and white. 2 plays by Jess 
Bolero. 2 v. © Jesse V. Bolero; 
17Dec71; DU82332. 

BOLT, ROBERT. 

Vivat! Vivat Regina! A play in two 
acts. London, Heinemann. 96 p. 
© Robert Bolt; 10May71; AF34358. 

BOLTE, CARL E., JR. 

A royal Royals production; a revue. 
1 V. With music. © Carl E. Bolte, 
Jr.; 24jan72; DU82386 . 
Thingsville; written by Gordon V. 
Lohr, lyrics & music by Carl E. 
Bolte, Jr. 1 V. A musical play. 
© Carl E. Bolte, Jr. & Gordon V. 
Lohr; 3Peb72; DU825I6. 
Treasure Island; a musical adventure 
drama. 1 v. Two acts. Adapted 
from the novel by Robert Louis 
Stevenson. © Carl E. Bolte, Jr.; 
27Mar72; DU82843 . 

BOND, EDWARD. 

Lear. London, Methuen. 00 p. 

Three acts. © Edward Bond; 6Apr72; 
AFO-68655 . 

BOND/MOORE CORP. 

Raymond goes to Carnegie Hall. 
See MOORE, A. ROY. 

BONDER, SANIEL BOB. 

While Jesus weeps (While Christ cries) 
A drama. 125 1- © Saniel Bob 
Bonder; 17Apr72; DU83259. 

BONGO. See COLEMAN, GEORGE. 

BONICHE, ARMANDO. 

A glimpse of paradise. See BONICHE, 
HUGO. 

BONICHE, HUGO. 

A glimpse of paradise. 1 v. A play. 
© Armando Doniche; 9Feb72; DU82546. 

BONNER, WELDON. 

Being black and I'm proud; spoken 
freely over instrumental. 

2 sheets. With music. © Tradition 
Music Co.; 28Apr72; C27O69. 

BONO, HORATIO L., JR. 

The journey back; by Ray Bono. 147 1. 
A play in 7 scenes. © Ray Bono; 
10Apr72; DU83194. 

BOONE, THERONE J. 

Who's that sleeping in my bed? A 
musical comedy you'll never forget, 
written by Therone J. Boone & 
M. Grace Scott. 21 1. Two acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Therone J. 
Boone & Mamie Grace Scott; 10Jan72; 
DU82504. 



BOOSBY & HAWKES MUSIC PUBLISHERS, LTD. 
Der Besuch der alten Dame. See 
EINEM, GOTTFRIED VON. 

BORELLA, EDWARD. 

Your sister Rose is dead. See 
TAYLOR, ERVINE JASPER, JR. 

BORGHI, DOUGLAS. 

Pistol. 72 1. Screenplay. Appl. 
states prev. reg. I965 & I969. m-. 
dramatization & additions. © Douglas 
Borghl; 30May72; DU83746. 

BOSCHI, LORRAINE N. 

Princess; a musical comedy in two 
acts. 1 V. Two acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Lorraine N. Bosohi; 
25Peb72; DU82501. 
BOSTELMANN-COBB, IDA. 

Sleeping beauty. See HOPKINS, JOAN 
COBB. 
BOSTOCK, WILLIAM. 

Miss Agatha. See SIMPSON, MARITA. 

BOSTON COLLEGE, CHESTNUT HILL, MASS. 
SCHOOL OF NURSING. 
The nursing process. Scripts. 

© Boston College School of Nursing. 
Program no. 

1. Introduction. © l4Peb72; 
C26622. 

2. Components of process. 
© l4Feb72; C26621. 

3. Person-to-person nursing. 
© l4Feb72; C26620. 

4. The assessment interview. 
® l4Feb72; C26619. 

5. Total assessment. © l4Feb72; 
C26618. 

6. Planning nursing care. 
© l4Feb72; C26617 . 

7. Implementing nursing care, pt.l. 
© l4Feb72; C26616. 

8. Implementing nursing care, pt.2. 
© l4Feb72; C26615 . 

9. Evaluating nursing care. 
© l4Feb72; C26614. 

10. A critique. © l4Feb72; C26613. 
10. A critique: 60 minute version. 

© l4Feb72; C26623 . 

BOSWELL, ALGER V., II. 

Michael: a king, by Al Boswell. 46 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Alger V. Boswell 
II; 31Jan72; DU82451. 

BOSWELL, ALGER VERNON, II. 

The topsy-turvy kettles of tea and the 
mushroom princess; a play for chil- 
dren by Al Boswell. 47 1. Three 
acts. © Alger Vernon Boswell II; 
19Apr72; DU83289. 

BOUCHARD, LARRY D. 

The crossbuilder of Tiberias. 34 1. 
A play in 4 scenes. © Larry D. 
Bouchard; 2Mar72; DU82777. 

BOURGOIS (CHRISTIAN) EDITEUR. 

L'homosexuel. See DAMONTE, RAOUL. 

BOVASSO, BERNARD X. 

Robb. 1 V. A play in 2 acts. 
© Bernard X. Bovasso; 21Jan72; 
DU82365 . 

BOWDEN, ROBERT C. 

Harry Alpert please go home; music 
by Robert C . Bowden, book & lyrics 
by Ruth Tlngey. 1 v. Two acts. 
© Robert C. Bowden & Ruth Tingey; 
5Jan72; DU82137. 

BOWER, HELEN FRAZEE . 

God's trees; story written by Helen 
Frazee Bower, program by Richard & 
Marilyn Libby; from Stories I love 
to tell, by Gladys Mary Talbot. Los 
Angeles, Christian Arts Co. 16 p. 
Four scenes. NM: dramatization. 
© Christian Arts Co.; 10ct71; DP7913 • 



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BOWSER, MILTON. 

Joshua, Gideon & Saul; a musical come- 
dy; words &■ music by Milton Bowser, 
piano arrangements by Theo. J. F. 
Blum. Elklns Pub. Co. 1 v. Two 
acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
17Jan72, 90186, & 6Dec71, 6o645 . MM: 
dramatization & additions. © C. J. 
Elklns Pub. Co. (in notice: Elklns 
Pub. Co.); 10Apr72; DP8028. 



BOyER, ROBERT L. 

Hijack. 1 V. A play In 2 acts. 

© Robert L. Boyer; 15Mar72; DU82910. 

BOYKO, MAYA. 

The third planet; a story from outer 
space; story & tape-collage by Maya 
B. Doray, pseud. 5 1. © Maya Boyko, 
whose pseud, is Maya B. Doray; 
200c t71; DP7984. 

BOYLE, DONALD R. 

El Paso; screenplay by Donald R. 
Boyle; created by Donald R. Boyle 
& James R. Nicholson. 122 1. 
© Donald R. Boyle; 19Apr72; DU83290. 



BOYNTON, ROBERT W. 

Dialects and speech patterns, by Robert 
W. Boynton, Ruby K. Johnson & Ruth E. 
Reeves. 1 v. (English II: a contem- 
porary approach) Recording script. 
Appl. states prev. reg. & pub. NM: 
additions. © Hayden Book Co., Inc.; 
20Dec71; C26356. 



HRADEN, JOHN. 

The king's crown and I. 
BRAUNSTEIN, ALAN. 



See 



BRADFORD, BENJAMIN. 

Birds of passage. 29 1. A play. 

© Benjamin Bradford; 7Apr72; DU83183. 
The boa constrictor. 14 1. A play. 
© Benjamin Bradford; 20Jan72; 
DU82359 . 
The dancing man. 25 1. A play. 
© Benjamin Bradford; 19Jan72; 
DU82339 . 
Doilies. 12 1. A play. © Benjamin 
Bradford; 21Apr72; DU85512. 

Life and death in a public place. 

25 1. A play. © Benjamin Bradford; 
13Jun72; DU83921. 

Mary Stuart. 25 1. A play. 
© Benjamin Bradford; l4jun72; 
DU83886. 
The middle ground. 1 v. A play In 
17 scenes. © Benjamin Bradford; 
3Jan72; DU82212. 

Julia. 30 1. A play. © Benjamin 
Bradford; 26Apr72; DU83372. 
Rainbow. 10 1 . A play. © Benjamin 

Bradford; 26jan72; Du82401. 
A small act of violence. l4 1. A 
play. © Benjamin Bradford; 13Jan72; 
DU82289 . 
The washboard climax. 21 1. A play. 
© Benjamin Bradford; 12Jun72; 
DU83870. 

BRADFORD, J. STEPHEN. 

A touch of magic; book & lyrics by 
Royal W. Eckert, music by J. Stephen 
Bradford. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Royal W. Eckert & J. Stephen 
Bradford; 2Feb72; DU82498. 

BRADFORD, ROY. 

Only the master; a comedy in three 
acts. 1 V. © Roy Bradford; 
25May72; DU837l8. 

BRADFORD, WILLIAM. 

Plymouth Rock. See BUSATH, SCOTT 
JOSEPH. 



BRADY, PAUL. 

6 new plays for children. See MOE, 
CHRISTIAN. 

BRANDON, JAMES R. 

Traditional Asian plays. Edited & 
with an Introd. by James R. Brandon. 
1st ed. New York, Hill & Wang. 
308 p. (A Mermaid dramabook) NM: 
compilation, pref . & introd. ® James 
R. Brandon; 2Bjan72; A308579 • 

BRANS COMB, ANNE W. 

Political spot announcements: Pollu- 
tion of the wasteland. 42 1. 
© Anne W. Branscomb; 28jan72; 
C26432. 

BRAUHSTEIN, ALAN. 

The king's crown and I; a fairytale. 
1 V. A musical play. Appl. authors: 
Alan Braunsteln, John Braden & 
Michael Meadows. © Alan Braunsteln, 
John Braden & Michael Meadows; 
30Mar72; DU8307I. 

BR AVAR, STEPHEN NICHOLAS. 

Tomorrow. 47 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Stephen Nicholas Bravar; 23Jun72; 
DU84006 . 

BRAVERMAN, CAROLE. See FENG, CAROLE 
BRAVERMAN. 



BRAY, KENNETH M. 
Family meeting. 
URBAN G. 



See STEINMETZ, 



BREAD & BUTTER LTD., INC. 

Boogie. Sheet. © Bread & Butter 
Ltd., Inc.; l8Feb72; 026567. 

BRECHT, BERTOLT. 

Happy end. See PEINGOED, MICHAEL. 
The little Mahagonny. See FEINGOLD, 
MICHAEL. 

BRECHT, STEFAN S. 

Happy end. See FEINGOLD, MICHAEL. 
The little Mahagonny. See FEINGOLD, 
MICHAEL. 

BREEN, MYRA N. 

A gift for Santa. 9 1. A musical 

play in 5 acts. Book & lyrics only. 

© Myra N. Breen; 8Mar72; DU8267y . 

BREEN, ROBERT. 

Miss Hargreaves. See BREEN, WILVA 
LOAMI DAVIS. 

BREEN, WILVA LOAMI DAVIS. 

Miss Hargreaves; a screenplay .by Wilva 
Loaml Davis. I51 1. © Wilva Davis 
Breen & Robert Breen; 6Jan72; 
DU82228. 

BREHM, GREGORY A. 

Visions; an original screenplay. 
114 1. © Gregory A. Brehm; 
29Mar72; DU83063. 

BREILLAT, CATHERINE. 

Les vetements de mer. Paris, 
P. Wimille. 431 p. © Francois 
Wimille; 30Dec71; DFO-I868. 

BREISKY, WILLIAM J. 

Trouble brewing; a play in 3 acts by 
Bill Brelsky. 1 v. © William J. 
Breisky; 23Mar72; DU83OI3. 

BREMKAMP, LAURA. 

One country indivisible. Script, 
Debbie Durham; lyrics, Debbie 
Durham & Laurie Bremkamp; music, 
Laurie Bremkamp. 1 v. A musical 
play in 4 acts. ® Debra Durham 
& Laura Bremkamp; 17Apr72; DU8325O. 



BRENDLE, MARY. 

Fancy dance. 20 1. A play. Includes 
music 8: lyrics for 1 song. © Mary 
Brendle; 26May72; DU83786. 
Free and easy. 1 v. A musical play 
in 2 acts. © Mary Brendle; 29Mar72; 
DU82878 . 
Recess. 21 1. A play. © Mary 
Brendle; 26May72; DU83785 . 

BRENNER, FRANK, JR. 

Silly the clown; lyrics, Ralph 

Achilles; music, Frank Brenner, Jr. 
1 V. A musical play in 2 acts. 
© Ralph C. Achilles & Frank 
Brenner, Jr.; 9Mar72; DU82855 . 

BRESLER, MARJORIE. 

The bascule; an original screenplay. 
1 V. © Marjorie Bresler; 27Jan72; 
DU82434 . 

BREWSTER, B. E., pseud. See CODLING, 
BESS . 

BRICKLIN, MARK. 

A Christmas carol for J. I. Rodale . 
1st ed. Emmaus, Pa., Rodale Books. 
16 p. © Mark Brlcklin; 15Jan71 (in 
notice: 1972); DP8006. 

BRIGGS-HALL, AUSTIN 0. 

Declaration of manhood at 28. 9 1. 
© Austin 0. Briggs-Hall; 15May72; 
C27146. 

BRIGHT, SYBIL. 
Prism; a play in eight scenes. 57 1. 
© Syril Bright; 4jan72; DU82174. 

BRINCKERHOFF, BURTON. 

Harmony Hill; by Harry Field, pseud., 
Wendell Phillips, Jr. & Edward 
Senior. Script no.l. 1 v. A 
screenplay in 5 acts . © Burton 
Brinckerhoff, Wendell Phillips, Jr. 
& Edward Senior; 29Mar72; DU83062. 

BRINDLE, REGINALD SMITH. 

The death of Antigone; opera. 

Words by Sophocles, Euripides and 
the composer. London, Peters. 
46 p. (Edition Peters, no.7l40) 
© Hlnrichsen Edition, Ltd.; 2Feb72; 
DFO-1883 . 

BRION, LUCILE B. 

Let's go nowhere together. 1 v. 

With music. © Lucie Brion; 5Apr72; 
DP8005 . 

BRISCOE, DON F. 

On a honeymoon, one can be a crowd. 

1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Don P. 

Briscoe; llMay72; DU83534. 

BROADHURST, RICHARD A. 

The Awe of Ooh. 1 v. A musical 
play in 2 acts. © Richard A. 
Broadhurst; 17Jan72; DU82312. 

BROADMAN FILMS. 

How to prepare Biblical sermons. 

See BROWN, H. C, JR. 
The key to triumphant living. See 

TAYLOR, JACK. 
Meaning of life eternal. See WARD, 

WAYNE . 
A pastor's emotional life. See 

DRAKEPORD, JOHN. 
A pastor's relationships with his 

laymen. See COOPER, OWEN. 
Southern Baptist views of the 

Bible. See MCCALL, DUKE K. 
WIN: What is it. See KENT, JIM. 

BROADNAX, LUVEL. 

Ojenke. See MCNEIL, DORIS. 

BROADNAX, MORRIS, pseud. See 
BROADNAX, LUVEL. 



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BROCK, JAMES HAERY. 

Jack did Itl 1 v. A musical play 
in 2 acts. © James Harry Brock; 
3Mar72; DU82792. 

BROCK, NANCY. 

The dance in worship. 12 p. Lecture. 
© Nancy Brock; 5Jan72; C26596. 

BROCK, ROBERT J. ^ ^ , 

The vine; by Brockton Roberts, pseud. 
15 1. A play. © Robert J. Brock; 
l6Mar72; DU82922- 

BROCKETT, R. DONALD. 

Sweet feet; a musical comedy; book by 
Dan Graham, music & lyrics by Don 
Brockett. 1 v. Two acts. 
© R. Donald Brockett & Daniel E. 
Graham; lMay72; DU834l7. 

BRODAY, STEVEN F. 

Solve it with bullets; an original 
screenplay. 67 1. © Steven F. 
Broday; llMay72; DU83532. 

BRODIE, BARRY THOMAS. 

Antichrist. See GAUHTLEY, TIMOTHY. 

BRODIE, FAWN M. 

The devil drives; a screenplay. 92 1. 
Appl. states biography prev. pub. 
1967. NM: dramatization. © Fawn M. 
Brodie; 19Apr72; DU85187. 

BRODIE, LEO R. 

The real Miss Sugar-Bun; a 1-act play. 
26 1. © Leo Brodie; 19Apr72; 
DU83288. 

BRODY, SELMA R. 

Rifles for Watie. See BELL, ELISE. 
For other works by Selma R. Brody 
See MILLER, CLAIRE G. 

BROHAUGH, WILLIAM. 

King Arthur's calamity, by Bill 

Brohaugh & Dennis Chaptman. 30 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Dennis Eugene 
Chaptman & Bill Brohaugh; 5jun72; 
DU83815 . 

BROIDE, GLORIA. 

All in the public interest; a musical 
satire in two acts; book & lyrics by 
Gloria Broide & Robert LeRoy Ellis, 
music by Robert LeRoy Ellis. 1 v. 
Book & lyrics only. © Gloria Broide 
& Robert LeRoy Ellis; 24Feb72; 
DU827IO . 
It's a helluva way to run the country. 
See ELLIS, ROBERT LEROY. 

BROMBERG, CONRAD. 

The video project; an original screen 
story; based on an idea by Everett 
Aison. 54 1. © Conrad Bromberg; 
8Mar72; DU82833- 

BROME, GEORGE OLIVER. 

Eve was the first one; a short musical 
comedy. 33 1. Seven acts. Book & 
lyrics only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
90ct70, DU78323. NM: additions. 
© George Oliver Brome; 21Mar72; 
DU82752. 

BROME, ROBERT. 

The fall of the house of Usher, by 

Edgar Allan Foe; adapted as a one-act 
play by Robert Brome. Franklin, 
Ohio, Eldrldge Pub. Co. 20 p. 
(Eldrldge popular one-act play- 
scripts) NM: dramatic adaptation. 
© Robert Brome; lSep71; DF7922. 

BROOKS, HANNAH L. 

Island, island, who's got the Island? 
A play in 3 acts. 68 1. © Hannah L. 
Brooks; l6May72; DU83591- 

BROOKSIDE PSYCHIC RESEARCH CENTER. 

Self -hypnosis. 5 1- Cassette script. 
© Brookside Psychic Research Center; 
l4Mar72; C26750. 



BROWN, H. C, JR. 

How to prepare Biblical sermons. 42 1. 
Tape script. © Broadman Films; 
10Mar72; 026694. 

BROWN, HENRY. 

The ballad of "Box" Brown. See 
KEMP, EMME. 



BROWN, JOHN GRACEN. 

The judgement. 42 1. A play in 4 
acts. © John Gracen Brown; 19Apr72; 
DU83296 . 
Paul in Rome. 50 1. A play in 4 acts. 
© John Gracen Brown; 19Apr72; 
DU83297 . 

BROWN, JOHN MASON. 

The ordeal of a playwright; Robert E. 
Sherwood and the challenge of war. 
Edited & with an introd . by Norman 
Cousins. 1st ed. New York, Harper 

6 Row. 320 p. Including There 
shall be no night, by Robert E. 
Sherwood. Appl. states all new 
except There shall be no night; 
claim does not extend to introd. 
© Estate of John Mason Brown; 
ISNovTO; A326158. 

BROWN, JOHN MASON, ESTATE OF. 

The ordeal of a playwright. See BROWN, 
JOHN MASON. 

BROWN, JOSEPH FRANCIS. 

Daddy, I've been bad; a television 

drama. 4l 1. © Joseph Francis 

Brown; 10Jan72; DU8225I. 
Good gyrations; a television drama. 

56 1. ® Joseph Francis Brown; 

29Mar72; DU83O53. 
Johnny does things; a television drama. 

52 1. © Joseph Francis Brown; 

28Mar72; DU83169. 
Johnny's lesson. I6 1. A script. 

© Joseph Francis Brown; 13Mar72; 

DU8293I. 

BROWN, LEONARD C, III. 

441. 63 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Leonard C. Brown III; 23Feb72; 
DU82692. 

•• 
BROWN, PEGGY ANN. 

Rivers; a playlet for choral speaking. 

7 p. © Peggy Ann Brown; 23Jun72; 
DU84010. 

BROWN, PETER S. 

The attack; by Peter S. Brown & 

Len Udes, Jr. 100 1. A screenplay. 
© Peter S. Brown & Len Udes, Jr.; 
22May72; DU83656. 

BROWNE, CHRISTOPHER STEPHEN. 

The jailor got the key. 74 1 . A play 
in 3 acts. © Christopher Stephen 
Browne; 25May72; DU83621 . 

BROWNING, DOLPH, pseud. See 
BROWNING, JOHN E., JR. 

BROWNING, JOHN E., JR. 

Enter without knocking, by Dolph 
Browning, pseud. 30 1 . A play in 
1 act. © Dolph Browning; 23May72; 
DU83666 . 

BROYHILL, MARVIN T., III. 

Johnny Pot (A modern-day Johnny 

Appleseed) An original screenplay. 

4th revision, June 6, 1972. 1 v. 

Appl. states prev. reg. 23Mar70, 

DU76688 & l8Aug71, DUBllOO. 

© Marvin T. Broyhlll III; 7Jun72; 

DU83824. 

BRUCE, LENNY. 

Live at the Curran Theater. 1 v. 
Monolog. © Parker Music; 10Apr72; 
C26845 . 

BRUNER, RICHARD W. 

Untitled script about the campaign 
for women's suffrage in America. 
See TRECKER, JANICE LAW. 



Untitled script about women In 

America. See TRECKER, JANICE LAW. 

BRUNER, ROGER ELLIS. 

The identity of divinity; a rock opera 
celebrating the earthly life and 
eternal love of God. 1 v. Three 
acts. © Roger Bruner; 26Jan72; 
DU82410 . 

BRUNS, EUGENE. 

The lost captain. 2 1. Sermon. 

© Herman Lubinsky d.b.a. Savoy Music 

Co.; 25Apr72; 027113- 
The race. 2 sheets. Sermon. 

© Herman Lubinsky d.b.a. Savoy Music 

Co.; 25Apr72; C26987. 
This Is my prayer. 3 1. Sermon. 
© Herman Lubinsky d.b.a. Savoy 

Music Co.; 25Apr72; C26986. 
A touch of the master's hand. 

2 sheets. Sermon. © Herman 

Lubinsky d.b.a. Savoy Music Co.; 

25Apr72; C26985 . 

BRYAN, ANTONIA. 

Through the looking glass; the con- 
tinuing drama of the new woman by 
Antonia Bryan, Erin Clermont, Ellen 
Leopold Sr others. 78 1. Teleplays. 
© Antonia Bryan, Erin Clermont, Ellen 
Leopold, Honor Moore & Claudia Weill; 
27Jan72; DU82431. 

BRYANT, HAZEL J. 

Makin' it. See GREENIDGE, GERTRUDE. 

BUCHER, J. FRANK. 

Hop-Chic, a game; a lecture. 

51. © J. Frank Bucher; 19Jun72; 
C 27 277. 

BUCHWALD, ART. 

Save the animals; a reading. I6 1. 
© Art Buchwald; l8jul72; C27305. 

BUCK, PEARL S. 

A conversation with Pearl S. Buck; 

a recorded interview of Miss Pearl 3. 
Buck as conducted by DeLane W. Isaak. 
43 1. © Pearl S. Buck & DeLane W. 
Isaak; 3Apr72; C26881. 

BUCKLEY, WILLIAM. 

The three troubadours; music by Bill 
Buckley, lyrics by Pat Cadwallader. 
1 V. A musical play. © Patricia G. 
Cadwallader Ic William Buckley; 
27Jun72; DU84032. 

BUCLINE, JEAN, pseud. See LARUE, JEAN. 

BUDDAH MUSIC, INC. 

On the street. See IffiSTON, PAUL. 

BUDGAR, ESTHER L. 

Little friend from Front Street. 66 1. 
A musical play in 2 acts. Book S: 
lyrics only. © Esther L. Budgar; 
28Feb72; DU83731. 

BUENO, GUY. 

Gentle ghosts; scripts for broadcast- 
ing. 10 V. © Guy Bueno; 19Jan72; 
026365 . 

BUERKI, PIERRE. 

Indiskretionen; Komoedie in 5 Bildern 
by Roger Eton, pseud. Wien, Univer- 
sal Edition. 137 p. ® Universal 
Edition, A.G.; 24Nov71; DFO-I87I. 

BULGAKOV, MIKHAIL AFANASIEVICH. 

The early plays of Mikhail Bulgakov. 
Edited by Ellendea Proffer; trans- 
lated by Carl R. Proffer & Ellendea 
Proffer. Bloomington, Indiana 
University Press. 4l8 p. flM: 
English translation. © Indiana 
University Press; 24Apr72; A333287 . 

BULLINS, ED. 

Four dynamite plays. New York, 
W. Morrow. 179 P- Contents: It 
bees dat way. — Death list. --The pig 
pen. --Night of the beast. © Ed 
Bullins; 8Dec71; A304659. 



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Jan -Ju 



BULLIHSj ED. -Con. 

Home boy; no. 5 of the 20th century- 
cycle.. 48 1. A musical play. 
Book & lyrics only. © Ed Bullins; 
30May72; DU83645. 

Next time. 10 1. A play. © Ed 
Bullins; 6Mar72; riu828l7 . 

New plays from the black theatre; 

an anthology edited & with an introd. 
by Ed Bullins. New York, Bantam 
Books. 304 p. (Bantam drama, 
QM4790) NM: compilation with 
introd. © Bantam Books, Inc.; 
3Nov69; A298860. 

The psychic pretenders. 43 1. A play 
in 5 parts. © Ed Bullins; 20Mar72; 
DU82964 . 

Steve & Velma. 9 1. A play. © Ed 
Bullins; 29Feb72; DU82748. 

BULLINS, ED. See BULLINS, EDWARD A. 

BULLINS, EDWARD A. 

You gonna let me take you out tonight, 
baby? By Ed Bullins. 6 1. A play. 
© Ed Bullins; 19Apr72; DUB3286. 



BULLOCK, JIM. 

The lights of Paris. 
BEVERLY KBWQUIST. 



See ANDERSON, 



BUNCH, JACK DALE. 

God makes the sun too hot. l49 1. 
Screenplay. ® Jack D. Bunch; 
12Jun72; DU83856. 

BUNDY, MARTHA. 

Mutima! 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Martha Bundy; 25May72; DU83710. 

BUNUEL, LUIS. 

Belle de jour, a film by Luis Bunuel. 
English translation & description 
of action by Robert Adkinson. New 
York [appl. states: United Kingdom] 
Simon & Schuster. 168 p. (Modern 
film scripts) © on translation & 
description of action; Luis Bunuel 
& L' Avant-Scene du Cinema; 24Sep71; 
AF33892. 
Tristana; a film; translated by 
Nicholas Fry. New York [appl. 
states: United Kingdom] Simon & 
Schuster. l44 p. (Modern film 
scripts) Appl. author: Lorrimer 
Pub., Ltd. © on translation; Lorri- 
mer Publishers, Ltd. (in notice: 
Lorrimer Pub., Ltd.); 3Sep71; 
AF34447. 

BURDINE, W. B. 

A night class at Harlem U.; a satiri- 
cal comedy. 1 v. Two acts. 
© W. B. Burdine; 4May72; DU83458. 

BUREAU OF BUSINESS PRACTICE, INC. 

Beginning your speech. ETI-5 . 26 1. 
Tape script. ® Bureau of Business 
Practice, Inc.; 17May72; C27l6l. 
Making repeat calls. SII6V. 27 1. 
Tape recording script. © Bureau of 
Business Practice, Inc.; 15Feb72; 
026391- 
Opening and closing with humor. 

ETI-2. 19 1. Script. © Bureau of 
Business Practice, Inc.; 12Jan72; 
026287. 
Overcoming stage fright. ETI-4. 
21 1. Tape script. ® Bureau of 
Business Practice, Inc.; 12May72; 
027167 . 
The sounds of selling. Tape scripts. 
© Bureau of Business Practice, Inc. 
Sll4v. The hesitant prospect. 

© 12Jan72; C26285 . 
S115V. Solving sales problems. 

© 12Jan72; 026284. 
SllbV. Always follow up. © 12May72; 

027166. 
SII9V. Humor? asset or liability? 
© 17May72; 027162. 



S120Y. Your role in training. 

® 12Jan72; 026288. 
S121Y. Introducing change. 

© 12Jan72; 026286. 
S124Y. Improving quality. 

® 12May72; O27165. 
S125Y. Communication and cooperation. 

© 17May72; 027160. 
Supervisory complaints. S 122Y. 
27 1. Tape recording script. 
© Bureau of Business Practice, Inc.; 
15Feb72; 026392. 

BURG, WALTER V. 

Les Huguenots; opera en trois actes; 
edition revue des paroles de 
E. Scribe & E. Deschamps; musique de 
G. Meyerbeer. ' 1 v. Libretto. NM.: 
revision. © Regents of the Universi- 
ty of California; HJul72; DU83968. 

BURGESS, ANTHONY. 

Cyrano de Bergerac, by Edmond Rostand; 
translated & adapted for the modern 
stage by Anthony Burgess. New York, 
Knopf. 174 p. Three acts. NM: 
translation, adaptation, pref. & 
post-production postscript. 
® Anthony Burgess; 4Nov71; DP7979. 

BURKETT, MARY LOU. 

Cyclone and sun; a play in three acts. 
84 1. ® Mary Lou Burkett; l6jun72; 
DU83918. 

BURNETTE, earline. 

He saw the glory, so weep no more. 
17 1. Three acts. © Earline 
Burnette; 13Dec71; DP7916. 

BURNS, ANDRE. 

Tragic magic. 54 1. A screenplay. 
© Andre Burns; 21Jun72; DU83959. 

BURROUGHS, EARL S. 

Black Cat John, by Jack Hammer, pseud. 
1 V. Screenplay. © Earl S. 
Burroughs; 15May72; DU83573 . 
Blackula, by Jack Hammer, pseud. 26 1. 
Screenplay. © Earl S. Burroughs; 
15May72; DU83571. 
Slattery (The slaughterer) By Jack 
Hammer, pseud. 34 1. Screenplay. 
® Earl S. Burroughs; 15May72: 
DU83572. 
BURTO, WILLIAM. 

Types of drama. See BARNET, SYLVAN. 

BURTON, THOMAS D. 

Nobody but an enemy. 1 v. A play In 
3 acts. ® Thomas D. Burton; 10May72; 
DU83521. 
BURTON, WARREN. 

And that's the truth. See TOMLIN, 
LILY. 
BURY ST. EDMUND, pseud. See 

KLEINFELD, LEONARD N. 
BUSATH, SCOTT JOSEPH. 

Plymouth Rock; the 1st American rock 
opera. 25 1. Two acts. Based on 
William Bradford's History of 
Plymouth Plantation and other 
sources of the time. Libretto. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 10Peb69, 
EU98720. NM: additions & dramati- 
zation. ® Scott Joseph Busath; 
4Apr72; DU82968. 

BUS OH, HOWARD TED. 

The ring of truth. 20' 1. A musical 
play. ® H. Ted Busch; 10Feb72; 
DU82552. 

BUSH, MICHAEL E. 

A house divided; by Michael E. Bush & 
Robert R. Rhodes. 25 1. A musical 
play in 3 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
® Michael E. Bush & Robert R. Rhodes; 
10Jan72; DU82245 . 

BUSSEY, LUCY G. 

God made them all. 1 v. A play in 3 
acts. ® Lucy G. Bussey; 30Jun72; 
DU83905 . 



BUSSINS, JACK, pseud. See HAYDEN, 
NAURA. 

BUSWELL, J. OLIVER, JR. 

The Epistle to the Hebrews. 1 v. 
(Institute of Theological Studies 
recorded lecture series) Twenty- 
four lectures. © Outreach, Inc.; 
28Dec71; C26307. 

BUTLER, GLEN ANTHONY. 

Resurrections and Kingly rites. 
93 1. A play in 3 acts. © Glen 
Anthony Butler; 17Jan72; DU82303 . 

BUTLER, SAMUEL. 

Erewhon. See HAYMAH-CHAFFEY, 
FREDERICK WILLIAM. 

BUTSOH, CHARLOTTE. 

Electronic calculator. 1 v. 

© Educational Research Associates; 
4Jan72; 026326. 

Electronic calculator, M.I. P. I5678O. 
Lesson 1-21. 1 v. Recording 
scripts. © Educational Research 
Associates; 7Jan72; C26875 . 

Printing calculator. M.I. P. 156760. 
1 V. Six scripts. ® Educational 
Research Associates; 4jan72; C26541. 

BYEON, WILLIAM J. 

How can Individual or small-group 
participation influence long-range, 
large-scale decisions. See 
INSTITUTE FOR RELIGIOUS & SOCIAL 
STUDIES. 



c 



CABANIOL, ROHALD J. 

Just inside somewhere. See 
MERCALDI, JOSEPH A. 

CABRAL, MANUEL M. 

Spirale. See WIZINA, JOSEF. 

CACOYANNIS, MICHAEL. 

The Trojan women. See EURIPIDES. 

CADWALLADER, PATRICIA G. 

The three troubadours. See BUCKLEY, 
WILLIAM. 

CAGAN, RICHARD S. 

For this I fought, by Jack Henry, 
pseud. 8 1. Teleplay in 2 acts. 
© Richard S. Cagan; 4Apr72; DU83l4o. 

CAGIADA, GIOVANNI BATTISTA. 

La notte di lady; opera lirica in un 
atto liberamente ispirata dal dramma 
Macbeth, di Shakespeare; adattamento 
e musica di Giovanni Battista Cagia- 
da; d± Elio Morelli. 48 p. ® Gio- 
vanni Battista Cagiada; 5Jul72; 
DU8398O . 

CAINES, GRACIA. 

The pink cocoon; a musical play by 
Caines & Churchill-Rowe . 1 v. 
Three acts. © Gracia Caines & 
B. Churohill-Rowe; 8May72; DU83442. 



CAJETAN 07737, pseud. 
GAETANO . 



See LELLO, 



CALABRESE, TONY. 

Zodiac (How to influence women and 
win friends) A screenplay by Tony 
Oalabrese & Jay Anson. 128 1. 
© Tony Calabrese & Jay Anson; 
15May72; DU83575 • 

CALIFORNIA REAL ESTATE ASSN. 

Selling is communicating. Cassette 
no. 1-5. 10 V. Scripts. © Califor- 
nia Real Estate Assn.; 7Jul72; 
027295 . 



OALIVA, EMALYN. 
Black mountain 



1 V. 



A play in 2 
acts. © Emalyn Callva; 25May72; 
DU83712. 



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CALLAGHAN, GEORGE MICHAEL. 

Whoppers and big wlndies; a film 
script. 17 1. © George Michael 
Callaghan; 31Mar72; DU83103 . 

CALLENDER, CLARENCE N. 

Nunc pro tunc (Now for then -- it 
might have been) A play. 45 1. 
Eleven scenes. ® Clarence N. 
Callender; 2iiFeb72; DU82701 . 

CALLISON, KENNETH, pseud. See 
JONES, DONALD RAYBURN. 

CAMBRIDGE, GODFREY. 

Son, make your old lady proud. See 
ATKINS, GEORGE. 

CAMPBELL, ANSON. 

Kind; a play in two acts. 107 1- 
©Anson Campbell; 7Mar72; DU82825 . 

CAMPBELL, GAR. 

James Joyce memorial liquid theatre. 
See ALLEN, ARTHUR. 

CAMPBELL, KATHLEEN MARIE. 

Next time let it be as a toadstool; 
a comedy. 75 1- Two acts. 
© Kathleen Marie Campbell; 6Jan72; 
DU82224. 

CAMPBELL, OSCAR JAMES. 
The taming of the shrew. 
SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 



See 



CAMPBELL, STEPHEN M. 

The job search sequence. 21 1. 
Recording script. © Stephen M. 
Campbell; 15Jan72; C26357 . 

CANNEY, JOHN C. 

One wish to Broadway, by John C. 

Canney, David Conner & Robert Durkin. 
50 1. A musical play in 2 acts. 
® John C. Canney, David A. Conner & 
Robert Durkin; 12May72; DU83539. 

CAPLE, HORACE B. 

Eli Eli; or, A reenactment ritual of 
a clever and diabolical conspiracy 
to create light to lighten the 
gentiles. A full-length play. 
66 1. © Horace B. Caple; 19Apr72; 
DU83684. 



CAPOTE, TRUMAN. 
The grass harp. 
CLAIBE. 



See RICHARDSON, 



CARL, ELDEN, JR. 

Script: bank robbery episode; one of a 
series of television motorcycle com- 
mercials. 2 sheets. © Elden Carl, 
Jr.; 4jan72; DU82l69. 

CARLSON, KRIS, pseud. See KLUBOK, 
J. JESS. 

CARROLL, JOHN F. 

Balloons, by Jack Carroll. 7 1- 

A play. © John F. Carroll; 19Jun72; 
DU85951- 



CARBALLIDO, EMILIO. ., ■ + ^ 

Medusa; obra en cinco actos. Edited 
by Jeanine Gaucher-Shultz & Alfredo 
Morales. Englewood Cliffs, N.J., 
Prentice-Hall. 183 p. NM: editors' 
introd., notes & vocabulary. 
©Prentice-Hall, Inc.; 5Jan72; 
A301467 . 

CARDAMONE, JOSEPH L. 

The black godfather. 35 1- Screen- 
play. © Cross Country Films, Ltd.; 
10Apr72; DU82991 • 

CAREER AIDS, INC. 

Nursing care: a problem-solving 
approach. See CAREER DEVELOPMENT 
CORP. 

CAREER DEVELOPMENT CORP. 

Nursing care: a problem-solving 

approach. 3 v. 10 cassette scripts. 
© Career Aids, Inc.; 17May72; C27036. 

CAREY, BONNIE C. 

Vassillssa the beautiful; a fairy-tale 
play in 3 acts, 6 scenes; translated 
& adapted by Bonnie Carey from a 
play by Catherine Chernyak. 4b 1. 
Book & lyrics only. NM: translation 
& adaptation. © Bonnie C. Carey; 
l8Apr72; DU83127. 



CARROLL, LEWIS, pseud. 
CHARLES LUTWIDGE. 



See DODGSON, 



CARROLL, ROBERT WARREN. 

Requiem for a beatnik; a three act 
play. 54 1. © Robert Warren 
Carroll; 7Jan72; DU82235- 

CARSON, LULAR L. 

A day in the park. 18 1 . A play in 
1 scene. ® Lular L. Carson; 
l4Feb72; DU82594. 



CARSTAIRS, ADAM, pseud. 
RICHARD MAURICE. 



See TOEMAN, 



CARTER, LONNIE. 

Tar manor. See GEIDT, JEREMY. 

CARTON, MICHAEL. 

Snow gap. 65 1. A play. © Michael 
Carton; 30May72; DU83755- 

CARUSO, JOSEPH, JR. 

Hot spell! Book by Joseph Caruso, 
music by Mildred Kayden, lyrics by 
Lee Goldsmith. 1 v. A musical 
play in 2 acts. Book & lyrics 
only. Based on the play, Bell, 
book and candle, by John Van Druten. 
©Joseph Caruso, Jr.; 2Mar72; 
DU8256B. 

CARVER, ROBERT D. 

The adventures of Tom Jones; a musical 
comedy freely adapted from the novel 
by Henry Fielding; book & lyrics by 
Robert D. Carver, music by Stephen 
Behrendtj additional lyrics by Henry 
Fielding & R. B. Sheridan, adapted by 
Robert D. Carver. 73 1. Two acts. 
Book & lyrics only. NM: adaptation 
& lyrics. © Robert D. Carver; 
21Jan72; DU82422. 

CASEY, GENE, 

I knew you when. See CASEY, JAN. 

CASEY, JAN. 

I knew you when; a new musical play by 
Jan Casey & Gene Casey. 1 v. Two 
acts. © Gene Casey & Jan Casey; 
20Apr72; DU83303 . 



CASEY, MAUREEN C. 

The would-be genie. 1 v. 
6 scenes. © Maureen C. 
26Apr72; DU83378. 



A play in 
Casey; 



CASTLEMAN, MICHAEL Z. 

A kaddish for ourselves; a play in 5 
acts. 105 1. ©Michael Z. Castle- 
man; 22Mar72; DU83OO8. 

CASTOR, GAUTHIER, pseud. See 
BEAVER, WALTER S. 



CATLIN, MICHAEL. 

Words cost ten cents. 
LARRY LANE. 



See BATEMAN, 



CATRON, LOUIS E. 

At a beetle's pace; a one act play. 
(In Dramatics, May 1971, p. 4-8) 
© Louis E. Catron; 27May71; DP8022. 

Touch the bluebird's song; a one 

act play. (In Dramatics, Dec. 1971, 
p. 5-8) © Louis E. Catron; 27Dec71; 
DP8024. 



Where have all the lightning bugs 
gone? A one act play. (In 
Dramatics, Nov. 1971, P-5-9) 
© Louis E. Catron; 15Mov71; DP8023 . 

CAUGHRON, ELEAMOR NAYLOR. 

Play, little David; a comedy in three 
acts. 58 1. © Eleanor Naylor 
Caughron; 28Feb72; DU82728. 



CAVALIERI, GRACE. 
CAVALIERI. 

CAVANAGH, MAURA. 
CAVANAGH . 



See PLYHN, GRACE 
See SMITHIES, MAURA 



CEARLEY, EDGAR C. 

Two for the country; a duet of one-act 
plays by Buster Cearley. 1 v. 
Includes music & lyrics for 1 song. 
Contents: Critter, stay way from my 
door. — Junior says. ® Edgar C. 
Cearley; llMay72; DU83565 . 

CELER, JAMES. 

The adventures of the Ogden Edsl 
Wahalla Blues Ensemble Mondo 
Bizarrio Band. See FRENZER, BILL. 

CELONA, JOHN ANTHONY. 

Lucky boots; or. What's happened to 
ray pear tree? A comedy for young 
people on ecology. By Clifford 
Dean & Helene H. Oppenheimer; lyrics 
by Clifford Dean, music by John A. 
Celona. 1 v. Two acts. Initially 
Inspired by the children's classic 
P'-ss 'n boots. © San Francisco 
Fl-iyers Guild, Clifford Dean Ic 
'!s-lene Oppenheimer; 20Mar72; DU82717 

CENTRAL SONGS. 

Old Ben. See SIMPSON, JOE C. 

CEPEDA, LOUIE. 

The child; a screenplay. 90 1. 
©Louie Cepeda; 22Feb72; DU82657 . 

CERNUDA, ANTONIO. 

Viento de cuaresma. 51 1- Screenplay. 
© Antonio Cernuda; 4May72; DU83356- 

CERVELLONI, BONITA T. 

The poor rich family. 1 v. A musical 
play. ® Bonita T. Cervelloni; 
5Apr72; DU83155- 

CESAIRE, AIME. 

A storm; translated from the French by 
Marianne Cramer Vos; an adaptation 
of Shakespeare's Tempest for a Negro 
theatre. 88 1. Three acts. N14: 
translation. © Marianne Cramer Vos; 
13Mar72; DU82677 . 

CESAK, JERRY B., JR. 

Still frame. 9 1- © Jerry B. 
Cesak, Jr.; llMay72; DP8007 . 



CHACE, JOHN, pseud. 
JOSEPH M. 



See CHACE, 



CHACE, JOSEPH M. 

Sundays; a screenplay, by John Chace, 
pseud. 30 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 9Feb71, DU79556 . NM: addi- 
tions. ® John Chace; 28Apr72; 
DU83400 . 

CHAFFEY, CHARLES RODERICK HAYMAN. See 
HAYMAN-CHAFPEY, CHARLES RODERICK. 

CHAFFEY, FREDERICK WILLIAM HAYMAN. 

See HAYMAN-CHAFFEY, FREDERICK WILLIAM. 

CHALFI, RAQUEL. 

Photosynthesis; three one-act plays by 
Raquel [C]halfi. Double exposure; 
Negative-positive; Contact print. 
1 V. © Raquel Chalfi; 6Har72; 
DU8398I . 



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CHALKER, LOIS ANNETTE. See ASKEW, 
LOIS ANNETTE CHALKER. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OP THE UNITED STATES 
OP AMERICA. 

Executive seminars in sound, pt.1-8, 
1 V. Recording scripts. © Chajnber 
of Commerce of the United States of 
America; 29Mar72; C26720. 

CHAMBERLIN, NORWOOD. 

Eight plays. Limited ed . New York, 
Riverton. 409 p. © Norwood Chamber- 
lin; l4Apr72; A326665. 

CHAND, RINA. 

Natural beauty treatments. 1 v. 
Lectures. © Rina Chand; 6Mar72; 
C26656. 

CHAMDLER, DOROTHY MAE ZASTOUPIL. 

Pass me the courage. 90 1. A play 
in 3 acts. © Dorothy Zastoupil 
Chandler; 29Feb72; DU82750. 

CHAPLIN, SYDNEY. 

Cinderella-pressure golf; a TV script. 
16 1. © Sydney Chaplin; 24Mar72; 
DP7975 . 

CHAPMAN, JOHN. 

Move over Mrs. Markham. See COONEY, 
RAY. 

CHAPTMAH, DENMIS EUGENE. 

King Arthur's calamity. See BROHAUGH, 
WILLIAM. 



CHARITY, E. Z., pseud. 
ETHERIDGE, THELMA E. 



See 



CHASE MANHATTAN BANK, N.A. 

Checks and endorsements. Script 3-4. 
Pt.1-2. 2 V. Slide scripts. 
© Chase Manhattan Bank, N.A. ; 
10Peb72; C26375-26376. 

CHATHAM COMMUNICATIONS, INC. NEW 

CHATHAN MUSIC. See NEW CHATHAM MUSIC. 

CHEECH, pseud. See MARIN, RICHARD. 

CHENEY, CLAYTON. 

It will feed my revenge; a comedy. 
76 1. Two acts. © Clayton Cheney; 
20Jun72; DU85947 . 

CHERGOTIS, N, 

The cyclamate monsters. See 
STRITCH, JOHN. ^ 

CHERNYAK, CATHERINE. 

Vassilissa the beautiful. See CAREY, 
BONNIE C. 

CHESTER (J. a W. ) LTD. 

Dr. MuslkuE. See HOPKINS, ANTONY. 

CHEYNE, EDNA M. 

Expect a miracle; a teleplay. 
45 1. Four acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 3Feb59, DU75396. NM: 
additional text. © Edna M. 
Cheyne; 31Mar72; DU82949. 

CHIEF GREAT SMOKE PRODUCTIONS. See 
JACKSON, LOUIS. 

CHILTON COMPUTER CO. 

Common data base development for 
information systems of the 
seventies. See GETZ, CHARLES W. 

CHIN, BETTY. 

Gemini; a play about contemporary 
times. 50 1. Three acts. © Betty 
Chin; 19Jun72; DU85784. 

CHINN, JOHN CLARENCE. 

Bessie. See MCCALL, JAMES R. 

CHISHOLM, CHARLES E. 

The demon of Sleepy Hollow. 93 1. 
A musical play in 3 acts. 
© Charles E. Chisholm; 4May72; 
DU83462. 



CHOBAJI, GISELE SLOVAK. 

Emllius and Sophia, addressed to the 
Board of Directors & the Friends of 
Jean Jacques Rousseau Experimental 
Bilingual School for Children. 1 v. 
© Gisele Slovak Chobaji; 31Jan72; 
C26435 . 

CHODOFF, SELMA ANNE. 

Three golden apples; a play for 
children. 1 v. © Selma Anne 
Chodoff; 10Jan72; DU8225O. 

CHONG, THOMAS. 

Santa Claus and his old lady. See 
MARIN, RICHARD. 

CHORELL, WALENTIN. See 

FIVE MODERN SCANDINAVIAN PLAYS. 

CHRISMAN, ARTHUR BOWIE. 

Shen of the sea. See MILLER, 
CLAIRE G. 

CHRISTENSEN, DONALD JAMES. 

Inside a radio; a radio play by Don 
Chrlstensen. 16 1. © Donald James 
Christensen; 17Apr72; DU83327. 

CHRISTENSEN, J. A. 

We speak for America's freedom; a 
patriotic program. 8 1. © Wetmore 
Declamation Bureau; lSep71; DF7904. 

CHRISTIAN ARTS CO. 

God's trees. See BOWER, HELEN FRAZEE. 

CHRISTIAN, HERMEANIA IDALIA. 

Black harvest: Harlem faith center; 
a papar presented to the faculty of 
Northeastern Collegiate Bible Insti- 
tute. Rev. ed. 30 p. © Hermeania 
Idalia Christian; 15Feb72; C26598. 

Black harvest: Harlem faith center. 
A paper presented to the Faculty of 
Northeastern Collegiate Bible Insti- 
tute. 39 1. © Hermeania Idalia 
Christian; l8Apr72; C26896 . 

CHHISTODOULAKIS, GEORGE. 

The nannies. See SKOURTIS, GIORGOS. 

CHRISTOPHER, JAY, pseud. See 
KELLY, JACK, JR. 

CHUBB, LOUISE. 

If you think about the overpopulation 
problem. 32 1. Lecture. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 20Jul71, C25486. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Louise 
Chubb; 7Dec71; C26343. 

CHURCHILL-ROWE, B. 

The pink cocoon. See CAINES, GRACIA. 

CHUTE, MARCHETTE, 

The making of a king. See PERRIE, 
ERNESTINE. 

CICIONE, WILLIAM. 

Google. 12 1. Teleplay. © William 
Clclone; 17Apr72; DU83782. 

CLAIR, RENE. 

A nous la liberte; and Entr'acte. 

English translation & description of 
the action by Richard Jacques & 
Nicola Hayden. New York [appl. 
states: United Kingdom] Simon & 
Schuster. l4o p. (Classic film 
scripts) Appl. author: Lorrimer 
Pub., Ltd. © on translation & de- 
scription of action; Lorrimer Pub., 
Ltd.; 23N0V7O; AF34446. 
L'etrange ouvrage des cleux; comedie 
sur un theme de John Marston. [Par- 
is] Galllmard. 117 p. (Le Manteau 
d'Arlequin) Nine scenes. NM: adap- 
tation. ® Editions Gallimard; 
3ON0V7I; DPO-1864. 

CLARK, BOB. 

Follow that bus; a feature motion pic- 
ture scenario. l42 1. © Bob Clark; 
17Feb72; DU82617. 



CLARK, CHINA DEBRA . 

Perfection in black. 12 1. A play. 
© China Debra Clark; 28Feb72; 
DU82484 . 

CLARK, GENE EMMET. 

The power of your words. 10 1. 
Cassette script. © Gene Emmet 
Clark; 5Jun72; C27227. 



CLARK, JON. 

Tommy Tooshoes. 
GEORGE . 



See ASAD, THOMAS 



CLARK, NANETTE. 

The dramatic experience; written by 
Nanette Clark 8: Warren Michon. 
12 1. Script. © Arioso Produc- 
tions, Inc.; lMar72; C26624. 
An introduction to dance, by Nanette 
Clark & Warren F. Michon. 13 1. 
Script. © Arioso Productions, Inc.; 
12Apr72; C26924 . 

CLARK, PAUL W. 

Enthroned (The ledge) 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. © Paul W. Clark; 12Jun72; 
DU83857 . 

CLARK, R. DANIEL. 

Sea for two. Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge 
Pub. Co. 81 p. Three acts. 
® Eldridge Pub. Co.; lSep71; DP7929. 

CLAY, ALVOID. 

The lyrical guide. 4 1. © Alvoid 
Clay; 31Mar72; C26847 . 

CLAY, BURIEL, II. 

Buy a little tenderness; one act play. 

1 V. © Buriel Clay II; 4Apr72; 
DU82943 . 

The creation of the world; an African 
ballet. 1 V. A musical play in 

2 scenes. An adaption of a Uganda 
folktale. Book & lyrics only. 

© Buriel Clay II; 3Apr72; DU8297O. 

CLEARMAN, MARY HOGELAND. 

Second wind; a play In three acts. 

79 1- © Mary Hogeland Clearman; 

5Jan72; DU82186. 
The web; a play in one act. 21 1. 

© Mary Hogeland Clearman; 24Feb72; 

DU82706 . 

CLEIN, HAROLD. 

Don't get mad, get even! A farce in 

3 acts. © Harold Cleln; 24jan72; 
DU82390. 

CLEMENS, SAMUEL LANGHORNE . 

The adventures of Tom Sawyer. See 

VACCA, MICHELE L. 
Huckleberry Finn. See TAMBOENINO, 

JEFFREY 0. 
Mark Twain x three. See MOULTON, 

HERBERT . 

CLEMENT, AUDREY R. 

Kato; a f ilmscript . 16 1. © Audrey R. 
Clement; 3Jan72; DU82152. 

CLEMMER, DERRELL W. 

This Saviour of mine. Folder. 

© Betty J. Paty; llNov71; C26329. 

CLERMONT, ERIN. 

Through the looking glass. See 
BRYAN, ANTONIA. 

CLEVELAND, REBECCA. 

Post Christian worship. 6 1. A play. 
© Rebecca Cleveland; 24Apr72; 
DU83340 . 

CLORFENE, RICHARD. 

The king in yellow; radio drama. 
32 1. Three parts. © Dean 
Thompson; 3Apr72; DU83IO9. 



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CODLING, BESS. ^ , 

Eleay to X; by B. E. Brewster, pseud. 
UU 1. A play In 5 parts. S Bess 
Codling a.k.a. B. E. Brewster; 
20Jun72; DU8395O. 
Mama's crazy horse rocking again; 
by B. E. Brewster, pseud. 57 1. 
A play in 5 acts. © Bess Codling 
a.k.a. B. E. Brewster; 20Jun72; 

COE, BARRY. 

The 1st annual International dirty 
Jokes film festival. 1 v. © Barry 
Coe; 10NOV71; DP8035. 

COE, ELIZABETH J. 

The bull gets the matador once in a 
lifetime; a tragicomedy in three acts 
by Liz Coe. 71 1 . © Liz Coe; 
lMay72; DU83426. 
To lie awake; a play in three acts by 
Liz Coe. 79 1. © Liz C°e; lMay72; 
DU83427. 

COHEN, DAVID. 

Earthlight II; the brand new show. 
Book 8c lyrics by Allan Mann; music 
by David Cohen; music & lyrics for 
Dr. Right song by Andy Panda & The 
Hutton Bros. 1 v. © Allan Mann & 
David Cohen; 21Mar72; C26655 . 

COHEN, ELAINE RUTHFIELD. 

The best of friends. 12 1 . A play. 
© Elaine Ruthfield Cohen; 23May72; 
DU83727 . 

COHEN, ERIC. 

Richard Nixon superstar. Recording 
scripts. Appl. authors: Eric Cohen, 
Gabe Kaplan & David Frye . © Dafrye 
Leisure Enterprises, Ltd. 
Side A, track 

1. The parable. © 8May72; C27063 
2a. Early Nixon (The birth) 

© 8May72; C27062. 
2b. Early Nixon (The election) 

© 8May72; C2706I. 
2c. Early Nixon (The date) 

© 8May72; C27060, 
2d. Early Nixon (The football game) 

© 8May72; C27059. 
5. The inauguration. ® 8May72; 
C27058. 

4. The economy © 8May72; G27057 • 

5. The trip. © 8May72; C27056. 

6. Power politics. © 8May72; 
C27055- 

7. The advisors. © 8May72; 02705*1. 

8. The southern strategy. © 8May72; 
027053. 

9. The loyal opposition. © 8May72; 
C27052. 

Side B, track 

1. Public servant number 1. 
© 8May72; C2705I. 

2. The boss. © 8May72; C27O5O. 

3. Sesame Street. © 8May72; 
C27064. 

ka. The critics (The commentator) 

© 8May72; C27049. 
it-b. The critics (The blacks) 

® 8May72; CZJOKB. 
4c. The farmers. © 8May72; C27047 
4d. The radicals. © 8May72; C27046. 
5. The state of the union. 
© 8May72; C27065. 

COHEN, GERSON T>. 

How does the corporate structure 
relate to the individual human 
being. See INSTITUTE FOR 
RELIGIOUS & SOCIAL STUDIES. 

COHEN, HOWARD R. 

Void where prohibited by law. See 
BEGUM, JEFFRY S. 

COIN, E^METT JOSEPH. 

The invention. 13 1- A play. 
© Emmett Joseph Coin; 3Mar72; 
DU82793. 



COLANERI, JAMES E. 

Who's the fox? Who's the hunter? 
Final draft. 98 1. Screenplay. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 30Dec70, 
DU78978. NM: additional scenes 8; 
characters. © James E. Colanerl; 
17May72; DU83603 . 

COLE, BENTON. 

A triangle of squares; a suspense 
drama in two acts. 104 1. © Ben- 
ton Cole; 21Jun72; DU83958. 

COLE, MARTIN J. 

Hurricane belt; a play. 109 1. 
Three acts. © Martin J. Cole; 
7Jun72; DU8383O. 

COLE, ROBERT G., SR. 

Quest for courage. 9 1- Sermon. 
Appl. states all new except quota- 
tions noted. © Robert G. Cole, Sr.; 
10Feb72; 02635'*. 

COLEMAN, ANGELEE. 

The never dying King. 16 1. A play 
in 2 acts. © Angelee Coleman; 
19Jan72; DU82333. 

COLEMAN, GEORGE. 

Cool it; by "Bongo" George Coleman. 

31. © Tradition Music Co.; 

28Apr72; 027075- 
I wish I could sing; by "Bongo" George 

Coleman. Sheet. © Tradition Music 

Co.; 28Apr72; C27O7O. 
Innocent little doggy; by "Bongo" 

George Coleman. 2 sheets. 

© Tradition Music Co.; 28Apr72; 

c 27 073. 

Listen at that bull; by "Bongo" George 

Coleman. Sheet. © Tradition Music 

Co.; 28Apr72; C27072. 
Transistor radio; by "Bongo" George 

Coleman. 3 1. © Tradition Music 

Co.; 28Apr72; C27071. 

COLEMAN, THOMAS J. 

Dirty pictures. See SEGALOFF, 
NATHAN. 

COLLAMORE, JEROME. 

The family conclave; a play in one act. 

48 1. © Jerome Collamore; 25May72; 

DU83616 . 
Two old bags; a one-act play. 23 1. 

© Jerome Collamore; 25May72; DU83617 . 

COLLIE, BRENDA FAYE. 

Black ivory. 4l 1. A play In 4 acts. 
© Brenda Faye Collie; 7Jan72; 
DU82125 . 

COLLINS, BERNICE LA VERNE . 

I can't find me in this nowhere scene. 
See JOINER, SHARON MARIE. 

COLLINS, MARY E. 

God's greatest gifts to the world. 
61. A musical play. Book only. 
® Mary E. Collins; 23Jun72; DU83836. 

COLUMBIA PICTURES INDUSTRIES, INC. 
Cisco Pike. See NORTON, BILL L. 

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, NEW YORK. TRUSTEES. 
A matter of choice. See SWARTZ, 
DONALD P. 

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY PRESS. 

Twenty plays of the Wo theatre. 
See KEENE, DONALD, ed. 

COLVIN, JACK. 

The big kiss-off. See HARRISON, YALE. 

COMBS, FREDERICK. 

The children's mass; a play in four 
scenes. 1 v. © Frederick Combs; 
22Feb72; DU82649 . 

COMPANY THEATRE FOUNDATION. 

James Joyce memorial liquid theatre. 
See ALLEN, ARTHUR. 



COMPREHENSIVE COIMUNI CATIONS, INC. 

Script on land hermit crabs. No. 1-2. 
2 V. Tape scripts. Appl. ti.: Auto 
tape tours script on land hermit 
crabs. © Comprehensive Communica- 
tions, Inc., Auto Tape Tours divi- 
sion; 2Feb72; C26442-26443. 

COMPREHENSIVE COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 
AUTO TAPE TOURS. 

Script on land hermit crabs. See 
COMPREHENSIVE COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 

CONAWAY, LINDA L. 

Are you sure you've never done this 
before. See MCENEANEY, JAMES J. 

CONBOY, PRANK J. 

The century plant; a one-act play in 
two scenes for children and some 
adults. Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge 
Pub. Co. 19 p. (Eldridge popular 
one-act playscripts) © Eldridge 
Pub. Co.; lSep71; DP7926. 

CONCORDIA PUB. HOUSE. 

Make a joyful noise unto the Lord. 
See GREENE, CAROL. 

CONGKEVE, WILLIAM. 

Love for love. See EUGSTER, CARL. 



CONNER, DAVID A. 

One wish to Broadway. 
JOHN C. 



See CANNEY, 



CONNOR, DIANE. 

Coffee — who needs coffee! 76 1. 
Screenplay. © Diane Connor; 8May72; 
DU83510 . 

CONNOR, TOMMIE. 

Lisa. See HANMER, RONALD. 

CONNORS, JOY FISHER. 

Women of W.I. T.; a play in three acts. 
44 1. © Joy Connors; 25Jan72; 
DU82398. 

CONRAD, JACK H. 

The Luscher test; original screenplay 
by Jack Conrad & William Conrad; 
additional story material by Emmett 
Alston. 105 1. © Jack H. Conrad & 
William F. Conrad; 12Jun72; DU83855 . 



CONHAD, WILLIAM F. 
The Luscher test. 
JACK H. 



See CONRAD, 



CONSOLATE, DOMINICK. 

The U.S.A. on Broadway. 15 1. Two 
acts. A musical review. Book only. 
© Domlnick Consolate; 30Mar72; 
DU82919- 

CONSULTING ENGINEERS COUNCIL, U.S.A. 
Conflict resolution: anatomy of a 
dispute. See RISK ANALYSIS & 
RESEARCH CORP. 

CONTINENTAL ILLINOIS NATIONAL BANK & 
TRUST CO. OF CHICAGO. 
BankerTape. Recording .scripts . 

© Continental Illinois National 

Bank & Trust Co. of Chicago. 

Nov. 1971. © 17Dec71; C26316. 

Dec. 1971. © 21Jan72; C26367. 

Jan. 1972. © 27Mar72; C27300. 

Mar. 27, 1972 & May 1972. © 7Jun72; 
C27231 . 

COOK, ALBERT. 

An anthology of Greek tragedy; edited 
by Albert Cook & Edwin Dolin. Indi- 
anapolis, Bobbs-Merrill. 400 p. 
(The Library of literature, LL-25) 
NM: introd., bibliography S: transla- 
tions on p. 3-100 & 149-400. © Willi- 
am Sylvester, Edwin Dolin, Alfred 
Sugg, Albert Cook, William Moebius, 
Jene A. LaRue, Charles Doria & 
Charles Boer; 7Jan72; A325241. 



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Jan -Ju 



COOK (KEN) CO. 

Basic communications. See VAN ROY^ 
MRS. C. 

COOKE, SARAH FRANCES. 

The second coming. l4 1 . A play, 
e S. Frances Cooke; 2Jun72; DU83789. 

COONEY, RAY. 

Move over Mrs . Markham; a comedy by 
Ray Cooney & John Chapman. London, 
English Theatre Guild. 106 p. 
(Guild library) Two acts. ©Ray 
Cooney & John Chapman; 9Mar72; 
DP8027 ■ 

COOPER, EUGENE S. 

Barbara; a one-act play. 30 1- 

© Eugene S. Cooper; 5May72; DU83470. 
The grief of Achilles; a one-act play. 
20 1. ® Eugene S. Cooper; 5Feb72; 
DU825IO. 

COOPER, L. L., SR. 

I saw Mommy spankin' Santa Glaus; 
words & music, Richard (Dick) 
Cooper. Sheet. © L. L. Cooper, 
Sr.; 22Mar72; C26612. 

COOPER, OWEN. 

A pastor's relationships with his 
laymen. 24 1. Tape script. 
® Broadman Films; 10Mar72; C26692. 



COOPER, RICHARD. See COOPER, L. 



SR. 



COOPER, TIM DAVIE. 

The black legend of Shrule; an original 
screenplay. 5'* 1. © Tim Cooper; 
12Apr72; DU83223. 

COOVER, ROBERT. 

A theological position; plays. 1st ed. 
New York, Dutton. I72 p. Contents: 
The kid. — Love scene. — Rip awake. — 
A theological position. Appl. 
states all new except The kid & Love 
scene. © Robert Coover; l4Apr72; 
A336819. 

COPE, EDWARD B. 

Calamity on the campus; a four-act 
mellerdrammer. By Eddie Cope. 
50 1. © Edward B. Cope! 10Apr72: 
DU83208. 

COPELAND, MELFORD CLYDE. 

Marie; a play. 42 1. Three acts. 
© Melford Clyde Copeland; 6jan72; 
DP7931. 
Walewska; a play. 43 1- Three acts. 
© Melford Clyde Copeland; 15Dec71; 
DP7930 . 

COPELAND, PHYLLIS RICHARDSON. 

The intimate psychologist. 96 1. 
A play in 2 acts. © Phyllis 
Richardson Copeland; llJan72; 
DU82269. 

COPI, pseud. See DAMONTE, RAOUL. 

COPPINj BETTY AMN. 

The tales of Transelvesania. See 
SOIAKIAN, LEO GEORGE. 

COPPOLA, SALVADORE J. 

Ho! Ho! A variety show consisting of 
vaudeville-type skits, pantomimes & 
2 1-act plays. 29 1. © Salvadore J. 
Coppola; 3JU172; DU83907 . 

CORBEIL, MICHEL. 

Blood; a radio play. 24 1 . ® Michel 
Corbell; 26jun72; DU84022. 

CORBITT, DARNELL, 

The lost soul. 12 1. A play in 7 
acts. © Darnell Corbitt; 12Apr72; 
DU83226 . 



CORDOVA, CAESAR AUGUSTO. 

El chulo. 139 1. Screenplay. 

© Caesar Augusto Cordova; llMay72; 
DU83475 . 

CORIATY, PETER J. 

The last score; a first draft screen- 
play by Kurt Williams, pseud. II9 1. 
© Peter J. Coriaty; 5Apr72; DU83152. 

CORNELL UNIVERSITY. 

Basic labor law. See JULIAN, ROBERT. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Civilizations of early America. 6 v. 
Pilmstrip scripts. Contents: Produc- 
tion no.8l80-l--8l80-6: The Olmecs.-- 
Teotihuacan to Toltec . — The Mayas. -- 

The Aztecs. — Chavin to Inca The 

Incas. ® Coronet Instructional 
Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 
31Jan72; C26360. 

Color and its perception. 3 v. Film- 
strip scripts. Contents: Pt.1-3: 
Additive color (The color of light)-- 
Subtractive color (The color of 
things) --Adaptation and illusion. 
© Coronet Instructional Films, a 
division of Esquire, Inc.; 31Jan72: 
C26361. 

Seeing France. 6 v. Filmstrip 
scripts. Contents: Production 
no.S197-l— SI97-6: Land and 
resources. --Agriculture and fishing. 
--Industry and commerce. --History and 
government. --Its people Its cul- 
ture. © Coronet Instructional Films, 
a division of Esquire, Inc.; 31Jan72: 
C26362. 

Shop measuring instruments. 6 v. 

Pilmstrip scripts. Contents: Produc- 
tion no.S222-l--S222-6j Steel rules 
and related instruments . --Calipers 
and dividers . --Micrometers . --Vernier 
instruments . --Dial indicators . --Gage 
blocks. © Coronet Instructional 
Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 
31Jan72; C26363. 
Words are fun. Lesson 1-12. 1 v. 

Cassette scripts. © Coronet Instruc- 
tional Films, a division of Esquire, 
Inc.; 13Mar72; C26687. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS. 

Listening with a purpose. Lesson 1-12. 
1 v. Cassette scripts. © Coronet 
Instructional Materials, a division 
of Esquire, Inc.; l4Mar72; C25690. 

CORRIGAN, ROBERT W. 

The forms of drama. Edited & with 
introductions by Robert W. Corrigan; 
headnotes by Glenn M. Loney. Boston, 
Houghton Mifflin. 746 p. NM: 
compilation, introductions & head- 
notes. ® Houghton Mifflin Co.; 
29Mar72; A3 27 265 . 

CORY, DESMOND. 

England made me; a screenplay by 
Desmond Cory & Peter John Duffell; 
from the novel by Graham Greene. 
135 1. KM: dramatization & addi- 
tions. ® Atlantic Productions, 
Inc.; 12Jan72; DU82124. 

COSTEAU, JACQUES- YVES. 

Homo aquatlcus. See SELTZER, DAVID. 

COSTEAU, PHILIPPE. 

Homo aquatlcus. See SELTZER, DAVID. 

COSTELLO, DON C. F. 

The cooperative girl; or. The girl in 
the cooperative apartment. 72 1. 
A play in 2 acts. Includes lyrics 
for 1 song. © Don Costello; 8Peb72; 
DU82424. 

COSTON, THOMAS MICHAEL. 

The inquisition; a film of magic & 
beauty written by Thomas Michael 
Coston & Tatiana Maria Koesel; 



music & lyrics, Thomas Michael 
Coston. 133 1. Book only. 
© Tatiana Maria Koesel; 3Mar72; 
DU82572. 

COTTRELL, KENT A. 

Little britches, by Bo Cottrell. 

Sheet. © Kent A. Cottrell; 25Mav72- 
C27110. > -^ J' , 



COULTER, JOHN. 

The drums are out; a play in three 
acts; introd. by the author. Chica- 
go, De Paul University. 77 p. 
(Irish drama series, v. 6. William J. 
Peeney, editor) © De Paul Univer- 
sity; 17Dec71; A303721. 

COUSINS, NORMAN. 

The ordeal of a playwright. See 
BROWN, JOHN MASON. 

COWPER, NORMA I. 

The magic of Christmas. See EVANS, 
DEBORAH ANN. 

COX, JOSEPH MASON ANDREW. 

Ode to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.; 
a three act play. 60 1. ® Joseph 
Mason Andrew Cox; 2Feb72; DU82220. 

COYNE, MICHAEL. 

You shouldn't have to work to smile, 
by Stan Shack, pseud. 88 1. Screen- 
play. ® Michael Coyne; 22jun72; 
DU83989 . 

C0Z2ENS, JAMES GOULD. 

Castaway. See PECKINPAH, SAM. 

CRADDOCK, KENNETH C. 

The logorhythra of three. 5 1. A play. 
® Kenneth C. Craddock; llFeb72; 
DU82664 . 

CRAIG, PHYLLIS, pseud. See BIGG, 
PHYLLIS . 

CRAIG, WILLIAM R. 

Julio Garcia was a junkie. 63 1. 
Screenplay. © William R. Craig; 
30Jun72; DU84050. 

CRANE, IBYCUS, pseud. See BANKS, ANN. 

CRANE, LOR. 

Michael- John; a cantata in two acts; 
libretto by John B. Kuntz, music by 
Lor Crane. 1 v. © Lor Crane & John 
B. Kuntz; llApr72; DU832l4. 

CRAWFORD, GRANT, pseud. See 
JANATA, THOMAS ARTHUR. 

CRAWFORD, MONA. 

The girls of F.A.M.E.; screenplay by 
Mona Crawford & Peter Savage. 
165 1. Based on original play. 
Don't laugh, it's not funny. © Mona 
Crawford & Peter Savage; lMar72; 
DU82768. 

CREATIVE GIANTS, INC. SUPERSTAR RECORDS. 
See SUPERSTAR RECORDS. 

CRISWELL, BENJAMEN. 

The new day in a new era. See MOORE, 
ULYSSIES G. 

CROSS COUNTRY FILMS, LTD. 
The black godfather. See 
CARDAMONE, JOSEPH L. 

CROSS, JUDITH ELLEN. 

Bags, bombs and other delights; a comic 
satire in 1 act. 26 1. © Judith 
Ellen Cross; 21Mar72; DU82806. 

CROW, PANDORA AUDREYAN. 

Some time, please. 14 1. A play in 
3 acts. ® Pandora Audreyan Crow; 
23Feb72; DU82691. 



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15 



CROWE, GEORGE R. 

The imperial highway; or. The road to 
fortune and happiness. A theatrical 
diversion. 86 1. A play in 2 
acts. © George R. Crowe; 3Mar72; 
DU82797- 

CRUMMETT, JOHN SAMUEL. 

Captain Gingerbread versus the spoon- 
ed faced Drumlins. See VOSS, 
ROBERT W. 

CRUZ, CESAR A. 

El Padre Juan (Father John) Argumento 
cinema tografico. 88 1. Spanish. 
© Cesar A. Cruz; 26jun72; DU84013. 



D 



CULLEN, ALAN. 

The golden fleece. 
JEREMY. 



See BARLOW, 



CULLINAN, THOMAS PATRICK. 

Mutiny on the Somers. 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. © Thomas Patrick Cul- 
linan; 19 Jan? 2; DU82346 . 



CULLUM, ALBERT. 

Aesop in the afternoon. New York, 
Citation Press (TX2005) 207 p. 
NM: dramatization & additions. 
© Scholastic Magazines, Inc.; 
15Feb72; A31929S. 

CULLY, LEW, pseud. See COLVIN, JACK. 



CUMMINGS, RAYMOND P. 

Morak -- C.I. A.; original story & 
screenplay. 158 1. © Raymond P. 
Cuiranlngs; 9Mar72; DU8267I. 

CURLEY, HELEN. 

Apartment to share; a comedy by Helen 
Hunter, pseud. 1 v. Two acts. 
© Helen Hunter; 12Apr72; DU83245. 

CURRY, ANN. 

I'd rather be dead than alone. See 
KAUFMAN, FLORENCE AQUINO. 



CURTIS, JAMES NEIL. 

Army shrink. Sheet. Script. © James 

Neil Curtis; 3Jan72; C26276. 
Cop car. 2 sheets. Script. © James 

Neil Curtis; 3Jan72; C26274 . 
Double arrest. Sheet. Script. 

© James Neil Curtis; 3Jan72: r-PfiP-zR 
Mexican drug pusher. 2 sheets. 

Script. © James Neil Curtis; 

3Jan72; 026275- 
Miracle record offer. Sheet. Script. 

© James Neil Curtis; 3Jan72; C26280. 
Pervert. 2 sheets. Script. © James 

Neil Curtis; 3Jan72; C26279. 
Smoker. 2 sheets. Script. © James 

Neil Curtis; 3Jan72; C26273. 
Terror trousers. Sheet. Script. 

© James Neil Curtis; 5Jan72; C26277 . 
Viet Nam. 2 sheets. Script. © James 
Neil Curtis; 5Jan72; C26272. 

CURTIS, STEVE, pseud. See MORALES, 
RAUL. 

CUTLER, PHILLIP. . 

Piecewise linear series. PWL-J-U, 
PWL-12, PWL-14. 3 v. Recording 
scripts. © Phillip Cutler; 4Apr72; 
026912. 



CZAR, KATHLEEN. 

Grey matter; an outline for improvisa- 
tion by Kathleen Czar, Ellen Larsen 
& Martha Simmons. 1 v. A play. 
® Kathleen Czar, Ellen Larsen & 
Martha Simmons; 8May72; DU835II . 



DAFRYE LEISURE ENTERPRISES, LTD. 

Richard Nixon superstar. See COHEN, 
ERIC. 



DALE, ALAN. 

The adult delinquent; screenplay 
from the original story. 106 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 26Peb59, 
DU48885. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Alan Dale; 25May72; DP8039. 



DALE, ALAN, pseud. See SIGISMONDI, 
ALDO. 



DALE, DAVE. 

God bless our country. Sheet. 

Monolog. Appl. tl.: God bless our 
country; or. Hymn. Appl. states 
prev. reg. EU259198. © on monolog; 
Dave Dale; llJul72; C2729't- 



DALVEK, RAE. 

The ancestor. See TERZAKIS, ANGELOS . 



DALZON, WILFRID. 

The second visitation. 
CALVIN JAMES. 



See KENLY, 



DAMATO, ANTHONY. 

Athlete's foot; a drama in one act. 
15 1. © Anthony Damato; 5Jan72; 
DU82189 . 
A case of sublimation; a comedy In one 
act. 21 1. © Anthony Damato; 
5Jan72; DU82190. 
Chicken cacciatore; a play in one act 
and two scenes. 37 1 . © Anthony 
Damato; 26May72; DU83726. 
The road to nowhere; a play in 3 acts. 
55 1. © Anthony D'Amato; 28Feb72; 
DU82737 ■ 

D'AMATO, ANTHONY R. 

Peter & the wolf. 4 1. Recording 
script. © Anthony R. D'Amato; 
15Mar72; C26745. 

DAMELIO, LOUIS, JR. ^ ■ „. 

The trees know when they're dying, 

a play In three acts. 80 1. © Louis 
Damello, Jr.; 28jun72; DU84043. 

DAMICO, JAMES. 

Number 76; a radio play. 15 1- 
© James Damico; 30May72; DU83753 • 



DAMONTE, RAOUL. 

L'homosexuel; ou. La diffioulte de 

s'exprimer. By Copi, pseud. [Paris] 
C. Bourgois. II8 p. © Christian 
Bourgois Editeur; 30Sep71; DFO-I867. 

DAMRON, WILLIAM R. 

Heaven's very special child; 

arrangement. Sheet. © William R. 
Damron; 15Feb72; C26379- 

DANGERFIELD, RODNEY, pseud. See 
ROY, JACK. 



DANIELEWSKI, TAD Z. 

Supper break; a pilot film for the TV 
series entitled Eleonora. 35 1- 
Script. © Tad Z. Danielewski; 
llApr72; DU83215. 



DANIELS, CHARLES. 

Mathematical thinking. 1 v. © Charles 
Daniels; 19Jun72; 027276. 



DANIELS, MARJORIE MAHLE. 

The inheritance. See MAELIH, DIANE. 



DANIELS, MARY LOUISE. 

Muse of fire; a musical play about Will 
Shakespeare of Stratford; music by 
Mary Louise Daniels, book by Wilbur 
Dorsett, lyrics by Mary Louise 
Daniels & Wilbur Dorsett. 2 v. Two 
acts. © Mary L. Daniels & Wilbur 
Dorsett; 24jan72; DU82393. 



DANIELS, W. LEO. 

Build your own fire; sermon. 6 1. 
© Jerusalem Pub. Co.; 17Apr72; 
C26937 . 

DANIELSEH, JANE ELIZABETH. 

Too pooped to pope. See 0' SULLIVAN, 
ROBERT TIMOTHY. 



DANOLDS, ALICE C. 

The key; screenplay. 1 v. © Alice C. 
Danolds & Diana Danolds Larsen; 
5JU172; DU83972. 



DANTE, NICHOLAS, pseud. See 
MORALES, CONRAD. 



DAVENPORT, LEWIS HAND. 

Boogie woogie bugler Company V. 
See O'BRIEN, WILLIAM GEORGE. 

DAVIDSON, RICHARD. 

The many worlds of Howard Hughes; 
a lecture. 19 1- ® Nature's Eve, 
Inc.; 4May72; C27078. 

DAVIDSON, ROBERT ALAN. 

Tortured Munchkins . 1 v. A musical 

screenplay. Appl. states prev. reg. 

'27Dec71, DU82099. NM: additions & 

musical material. © Robert 

Davidson; 28Feb72; DU82732. 



DAVIS, ALBERT. 

The mysteries of life are unfolding. 
14 1. Sermon. ® Tropicana Record- 
ings & Albert Davis; 29Feb72; 
C26604 . 

DAVIS, ALLEN, III. 

Where the green bananas grow. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. Iljan67, DU67597 . NM: 
revisions & additions. © Allen 
Davis III; 20Jun72; DU83841. 

DAVIS, CARLOS. 

Good morning, good people, by Carlos 
Davis & Richard Lander. 1 v. 
A musical play in 2 acts. Book only. 
© Carlos Davis & Richard Lander; 
8May72; DU83489. 

DAVIS, DALE MILLER. 

The love of Dr. S; a play in 2 acts. 
71 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
22Dec70, DU78932. NM: additions. 
© Dale Miller Davis; 27Mar72; 
DU83042. 

DAVIS, EDITH.' 

Please, don't label me handicapped! 
51. © Edith Davis; 28Feb72; 
C26460. 

DAVIS, GARRY. 

Citizen number one. See BOGUE, 
LUCILE MAXFIELD. 

DAVIS, J. CAREY. 

Two plays: Crown of light. See 
USIGLI, RODOLFO. 

DAVIS, JAMES HERBERT, JR. 

La force du sang. See HARDY, 
ALEXANDRE. 



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Jan -June 



DAVIS, JOHN J. 

Conquest and settlement (Studies In 
Joshua, Judges and Ruth) 1 v. (In- 
stitute of Theological Studies re- 
corded lecture series) Twenty-four 
lectures. Appl. states prev. pub. 
1969. M: adaptation, additions & 
revisions. © Outreach, Inc.; 
28Dec71; C26309. 



DAVIS, JOSEPH. 

Bukharin in Paris; a play in three 
acts. 1 V. ® Joseph Davis; 
24May72; DU83708. 

DAVIS, LETWriNG, JR. 

Legacy. See NICHOLS, ROBERT. 



DAVIS, MILBURN. 

Murder brewing for temperature's ris- 
ing. 14 1. A play. ® Mllburn 
Davis; 8jun72; DU83842. 



DAVIS, OSSI.E. 

A last dance for Sybil. 137 1. 
Screenplay. ® Guylanor, Inc.; 
6Dec71; DU82139. 

DAVIS, PAUL E. 

The lord and the lady; based on The 
lords of hell, by Sara Harris & Lucy 
Freeman. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Paul E. Davis; 22Jun72; DU83833. 

DAVIS, RODNEY G. 

The philosopher's stone; a two-act 
play. 1 v. © Rodney G. Davis; 
17May72; DU836II . 



DAVIS, WILVA LOAMI. See BREEN, WILVA 
LOAMI DAVIS. 

DAWSON, MARLOW. 

A very special buried treasure; a 
television play. 30 1. ® Marlow 
Dawson; 25Feb72; DU82722. 

DEACON, DAVID THOMAS. 

Reflections In the golden East. 72 1. 
A play in 2 acts. Includes lyrics 
for 4 songs . ® David Thomas 
Deacon; 22May72; DU83553. 

DEAKINS, ELIZABETH S. 

Two chickens in every pot; or. Fowl 
play. An original musical melodrama. 
1 V. Three acts. © Elizabeth S. 
Deakins; 19Jun72; DU83924. 

DEAN, CLIFFORD. 

Lucky boots. See CELONA, JOHN 
ANTHONY. 

DEAN, PHILLIP HAYES. 

American night cry: Thunder in the 
index; The minstrel boy. Two 
one-act plays. Dramatists Play 
Service. 47 p. © Phillip Hayes 
Dean; 8jun72; DP8OI9. 
The sty of the blind pig; a play in 
3 acts. Dramatists Play Service. 
72 p. © Phillip Hayes Dean; 
llMay72; DP7999. 

DE BARY, WILLIAM THEODORE. 

Twenty plays of the No theatre. 
See KEENE, DONALD, ed. 

DECISION MEDIA, INC. 

Neurological care series. Scripts. 
© Decision Media, Inc. 
Case study. © 3Apr72; C26859. 

Coma. © 3Apr72; C26857 . 
Establishing the baseline. © 3Apr72; 
026858. 



Head injury. © 3Apr72; C26855 . 
Hemiplegia. © 3Apr72; C26854. 
Post-oraniotomy. © 3Apr72; C26852. 
Seizure. © 3Apr72; C26856. 
Spinal cord injury. © 3Apr72; 
C26853 . 



DEE, RASHELLA, pseud. 
RACHIELLE SHEILA. 



See DEKEL, 



DEERWOOD MUSIC. 

A chicken ain't nothin' but a bird. 
See LEWIS, W. F. 

DEHN, PREDRIC. 

Copium. See ABBOTT, CHARLES. 

DEIHL, CHERI. 

Fallout. See DEIHL, LARRY B. 



DEIHL, LARRY B. 

Fallout; shooting script & treatment 
by Rolando Giustini, from an origi- 
nal screenplay by L. B. & Cheri 
Delhi. 1 V. ® Larry & Cheri Delhi 
& Rolando Giustini; 24Mar72; DU83023 . 

DE JONG, RALPH J. 

Big John; a screenplay based on the 
life of John Ware. Ill 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 29Apr71, DU8oo49. 
NM: additions. ® Ralph J. De Jong; 
26jun72; DU84o27 . 



DEKEL, RACHIELLE SHEILA. 

I shall but love you better after; 
a two act play with music; book, 
lyrics & original music by Rashella 
Dee, pseud. 1 v. © R. Sheila 
Dekel; 7Jan72; DU82237 . 



DELAINEY, VICTOR, pseud. See 
MACDONALD, JAMES. 



DELAMAR, GLORIA T. 

Play Aesop. Franklin, Ohio, Eldrldge 
Pub. Co. 33 p. © Eldrldge Pub. Co.; 
lSep71; DP7928. 



DE LA RAMEE, LOUISE. 
LOUISE DE LA. 



See RAMEE, 



DE LIAGRE, NICHOLAS. 

A matter of conscience. 49 1. Screen- 
play. © Nicholas de Liagre; l8Apr72; 
DU83274 . 

DELIBES, LEO. 

My daughter Coppella. See GRIFFITHS 
PHILIP. 

DELL PUB. CO., INC. 

All the world's a stage = 
SWORTZELL, LOWELL, ed. 



See 



DEL ROSSO, JOSEPH A. 

Swinging singles; by Joe Del Rosso. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Joe 
Del Rosso; l4jan72; DU82298. 

DE LURIA, ANTON. 

Meet me at George's place; a musical 
play in three acts by Anton, Melissa 
(pseud, of Ida) & Cilia de Luria. 
1 V. Book & lyrics only. © Anton, 
Melissa & Cilia de Luria; 23Jun72; 
DU83834 . 

DE LURIA, CILIA. 

Meet me at George's place. See 
DE LURIA, ANTON. 

DE LURIA, IDA. 

Meet me at George's place. See 
DE LUEIA, ANTON. 

DE LURIA, MELISSA, pseud. See 
DE LURIA, IDA. 



DE MARTINI, THOMAS EUGENE. 

Skin; a comedy in two acts. 90 1. 
© Thomas Eugene De Martini; lFeb72; 
DU82460. 



DE MAUPASSANT, GUY. See MAUPASSANT, 
GUY DE. 



DEMERS, DAVID G. 

A requiem to life; an opera in three 
acts by David Demers ; libretto by 
Michael Keefe. 1 v. © David G. 
Demers; l8May72; DU83529. 

DE MISKEY, JULIAN. 

Ballad of an honest cop; a play in 2 
acts; 98 1. Book & lyrics only. 
® Julian de Miskey; 5Apr72; DU83I30. 

DEMLINGER, SANDOR. 

The computer Olympic's; script foi 
movie or television. 72 1. 
© Sandor Demllnger; l4jun72; DU83895 . 

DEMLINGER, SANDOR H. 

The employment agency. 65 1 . A 

screenplay. Appl. states prev. reg. 
5Nov68, DU72739. NM: revision. 
© Sandor H. Demllnger; 17May72; 
DU836O9 . 
Who told them to steal the telephones? 
60 1. Screenplay. © Sandor H. 
Demllnger; 13Mar72; DU82904 . 

DE MONTHERLANT, HENRY. See 
MONTHERLANT, HENRY DE . 



DE MORA, ROBERT. 

A box of tears; or, The story of 

Urashlma Taro. An Oriental fantasy 
in one act based on the legends of 
old Japan. 44 1. NM: dramatization. 
© Robert de Mora; 17May72; DU83608. 

DENHAM, MARY ORE. 

Rich bitch; book for an original musi- 
cal comedy by Mary Orr & Reginald 
Denham; suggestions for lyrics by 
Mary Orr. 1 v. Two acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Mary Orr & Reginald 
Denham; 8May72; DU8344l . 

DENHAM, REGINALD. 

Rich bitch. See DENHAM, MARY ORR. 

DENHOLTZ, ELAINE. 

The highchalrs; an original play in 
two acts. 68 1. © Elaine Denholtz; 
19Jan72; DU82337. 



DENNIS, LLOYD B. 

Why we can't do it; a lecture on 
today's business world. 2 sheets. 
Appl. ti.: Reasons why we can't 
do it, it won't work because. 
© Lloyd B. Dennis; 27Mar72; C268II. 



DENOSKY, PETER. 

Prove it to me. Daddy — prove it to 
me! A play by Peter Tarnowsky, 
pseud. New York, Exposition Press. 
39 p. Three acts. © Exposition 
Press, Inc.; 29Jun71; DP7947. 

Salt and pepper; a play by Peter 
Tarnowsky, pseud. Albany, P. D. 
Press. 39 p. Three acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 30Sep71, DU81445. 
© Peter Denosky; 10Deo71; DP7985. 

DE PAGTER, HANS. See PAGTER, HANS DE. 

DE PAUL UNIVERSITY, CHICAGO. 

The drums are out. See COULTER, 
JOHN. 



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"^^riiir^y Fred de Hafols, D^ JaC- 
son HlUs & Wayne D. Owens. 1^0 i. 
Screenplay. ® Fred de Rafols, 
D. Jackson Hills & Wayne D. Owens; 
4Apr72; DUSj^loe. 

DERIO PRODUCTIONS, INC. „T,„^,r,. 

Track of the moon beast. See FlMctK, 
BILL. 

DERRINGER, WILLIAM. 

Extras. See ANDERSON, SAM. 



DERSHOWITZ, ALAN M. 

The role of law during times of crisis: 
would liberty be suspended? 31 1- 
Lecture. ® Public Affairs Conference 
Center; IJunTl; C26344. 



DESCHAMPS, E. 

Les Huguenots. See BURG, WALTER V. 



DESENA, PATRICIA. 

Quito the guitar in the town of 
Melodee. l6 1. A musical play. 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. states 
songs with lyrics prev. reg. llNovTl. 
NM- book. ® Patricia DeSena; 
27Mar72; DU83I58. 



DE SOUZA, STEVEN E. 

We deal in dreams; a filmscript. 
Final draft, Jan. 15, 19^2. 22 1. 
® Steven E. De Souza; 2bApr('<e; 
DU83377 . 

DE STRAUSS, DE JAH . 

Calvina;'a musical. 1 v. Three acts. 
Book & lyrics only. ® Dejah De^ 
Strauss d.b.a. Lots O'Class Music 
Co.; 21Apr72; DU83559 • 
The sacrifice; a three act drama. 
51 1. © Dejah De Strauss; 9Mar72; 
DU82945 . 

DESVALLIERES, MAURICE. 

The Edouard case. See SHAW, BARHETT. 



DETZER, JOSEF. 

Spirale. See WIZINA, JOSEF. 

DE UNAMUNO, MIGUEL. See UNAMUNO, 
MIGUEL DE. 



DEVEREAUX, MICHAEL, pseud. See 
SHIPMAN, MICHAEL D. 



DEWITT, IMRE. 

The oilman; story by Imre DeWitt, 
teleplay by Mel Berger, Imre DeWItt 
& Katerina Marshall, pseud, of 
Marshall Nunlist . 107 1. Six acts. 
© Melvln Berger, Imre DeWItt & 
Marshall Nunlist; 22Feb72; DU8265O. 



DIAMOND, BERNARD. 

Take a little peek; a one-act play. 
33 1. © Bernard Diamond; 24jan72; 
DU8238I . 



DIAMOND, MARVIN BARRY. 
Ark'. Ark'. I can't swim! 



Ark'. Ark'. I can't swim'. By Michael 
Diamond. 1 v. A play in 3 ag*|- 
© Michael Diamond; 6Mar72; DU82810. 



DIAS, ANTONIO HENRY. 

He's never done that before. 259 1. 
Screenplay. © Antonio Henry Dias; 
5Apr72; DU83158. 



DI BENEDETTO, MARCELLO . 

La colpa; dramma in 2 tempi. o3 1- 
© Marcello De Benedetto; 25Aprr^; 
DU833f 5 ■ 



DICK, HAROLD L. , JR. 

Plantagenet. 60 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Harold L. Dick, Jr.; 15Mar72; 
DU829II . 

DICKASON, C. FRED. 

Christology. 1 v. (Institute of 

Theological Studies recorded lecture 
series) Twenty-four lectures, 
©outreach. Inc.; 28Dec71; C26312. 

DICKENS, CHARLES. 

A Christmas carol. See VACCA, 

MICHELE L. 
A Christmas carol. See ZEIDEMAN, 

CLAIRE. 
Nicholas Nickelby. See EVANS, MARK. 

DICKMAN, KENNETH. . 

Between sunsets. 56 1. A play in 3 
acts. © Kenneth Dickman; 5Jun72; 
DU83806. 
No sun in the desert; a new play. 
47 1. Three acts. © Kenneth 
Dickman; lMay72; DU834l6. 



DICKS, LEON HENRY, JR. 

What is really happening? 29 1 • A 
play in 2 acts. © Leon Henry Dicks, 
Jr.; 24jan72; DU82385 . 

DICKSON LINE, INC. 

The miracle of creating through 
technology. See HUCKS, 
WILLIAM R., JR. 



DIEHL, WILLIAM, JR. 

Kill Jack Riley. 232 1. Screenplay. 
© William Dlehl, Jr.; llFeb72; 
DU82353 . 

DIET TEACHING PROGRAMS, INC. 

Fat controlled diet. See STUCKY, 

VIRGINIA TOEWS. 
Plans. See STUCKY, VIRGINIA TOEWS. 



DI GANGI, LOUIS A. 

Horse, acid and hay. II8 1. A play 
in 3 acts. © Louis A. Di Gangi; 
28Mar72; DU8305I. 



DIGGS, LARRY. 

KSFO black history series. 1 v. 

Scripts. © Golden West Broadcasters; 
19Jan72; C26365. 



DILLMAN, SHIRLEY. 

Witness the omega. 105 1- A play in 
2 acts. ® Shirley Dillman; 15Nov71; 
DU82165 . 

DIMINNO, NICHOLAS W. 

Relations; a screenplay. 210 1. 
© Nicholas W. DiMinno; 28Mar72; 
DU83049. 

DIRECTIONS ONE CO. 

The grand master and the honorary 
nigger. See BELLO, STEPHEN. 

DI SALVO, GRACE E. 

Wolf, wolf; musical skit. 1 v. Two 
scenes. © Grace E. Di Salvo; 
5May72; DU83490. 

DISALVO, VINCENT. 

Smile: a model for teaching under- 
graduatep about communication 
process. See JONAS, THOMAS JOHN. 



DISNEY, STANLEY E. 

The legend of the Conway line. 120 1. 
A play. ® Stanley E. Disney; 
28Feb72; DU82524 . 
Pick your treadmill; a one act play. 
34 1. © Stanley E. Disney; 23Jun72; 
DU84009. 



Seventeen seconds; a one-act play. 

28 1. © Stanley Disney; 22May72; 

DU83562. 
Yankee! Go home! A comedy in 1 act. 

34 1. ® Stanley E. Disney; 28Feb72; 

DU82799 . 



DITLEA, STEVE. 

Dark horse, by Steve Ditlea & Hector 
Lino, Jr. 102 1. Screenplay. 
® Steve Ditlea & Hector Lino, Jr.; 
l8May72; DU83627. 



DITTEMORE, JOHN V, 

The passing of Mrs. Eddy. 
JOY, ARTHUR FRANCIS. 



See 



DIXON, JANICE THORNE. 

Ya ta heh; a Navajo play. 57 !• 

Three acts. © Janice Thome Dixon; 
26jan72; DU82406 . 

DODD, MEAD & CO. , INC. 

The best plays of igr^O-ig?!. See 
GUERNSEY, OTIS L. , JR., ed. 



DODDS, ARTHUR E. 

6 plays. 1 V. © Arthur E. Dodds; 
30May72; DU83752. 

DODGSON, CHARLES LUTWIDGE. 

Alice in wonderland. See GREGORY, 

ANDRE. 
Alice in Wonderland. See VACCA, 

MICHELE L. 



DOLIN, EDWIN. 

An anthology of Greek tragedy. See 
COOK, ALBERT. 



DOLL, KATHLEEN P. 
The Grecian urn. 
RAYMOND E. 

Once told tales. 
RAYMOND E. 



See KRENZKE, 
See KRENZKE, 



DOLPHIN INTERNATIONAL PRODUCTIONS. 
Annabelle Varsity at the Rose Bowl 
game. See HARRIS, SUZANNE. 

DOMINGUEZ, SYLVIA MAIDA. 

La comadre Maria; una tragicomedia en 
tres actos. 76 1. © Sylvia Maida 
Dominguez; lNov71; DP7943. 

DONAHUE, JOHN C. 

Hang on to your head. See TITUS, 
HIRAM. 

DOHA VAN, WILLIAM CUTLER. 

Hanky spanky skiddeldy doo; a fantasy 
for children. 68 1. Ten scenes. 
© William C. Donavan; l8May72; 
DU83986 . 

DONEGAN, MARTIN. ^ ,0 , . „iav 
The extraordinary cat. 58 1. A play. 
© Martin Donegan; l4Apr72; DU83239. 



DONG, DONALD D. 

The day God came to earth in the form 
of an umbrella and other mysterious 
shapes. 42 1. Three plays. Con- 
tents: Eve and the beginning. — The 
umbrella oracle. --The coming of the 
end. © Donald D. Dong; 22Mar72; 
DU82997 . 

DONIZETTI, GAETANO. 

La fille du regiment; opera in 2 acts; 
music by Gaetano Donizetti, libretto 
by Jean Francois Bayard & J. H. Ver- 
noy de Saint-Georges; English version 
by Ruth & Thomas Martin. New York, 
London, G. Schirmer. 20 p. English 
& French. Libretto. NM: English 
translation. ©G. Schirmer, Inc.; 
28Dec71; DP7955. 



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DONHELLAN, DOW. 

Changing hands; a play. 4l 1. Two 
acts. ,® Don Donnellan; l4jul72; 
DU84033. 

DONNELLAN, DON. See DONNELLAN, DONALD R. 

DONNELLAN, DONALD R. 

The return of John Dougherty, by Don 
Donnellan. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
Includes music & lyrics for 2 songs. 
© Don Donnellan; 29Mar72; DU83554 . 

DONNELLY, ELIZABETH N. 

The escape. 13 1 . A play In 1 act. 
© Elizabeth N. Donnelly; 22Mar72; 
DU83002. 

DOR, MILO. 

Galizien. See KRLEZA, MIROSLAV. 

DORAY, MAYA B., pseud. See BOYKO, MAYA. 

DORIA, CHARLES. 

An anthology of Greek tragedy. See 
COOK, ALBERT. 



DORIN, ERANCOISE. 

Monsieur Pompadour. 2 v. A play in 
2 acts. © Francoise Dorin; 
l6Dec71; DU82194. 



DORSETT, ROBERT. 

The child. 26 1. A Play. © Robert 
Dorsett; 2Mar72; DU82782. 



DORSETT, WILBUR. 

Muse of fire. See DANIELS, MARY 
LOUISE. 

DOUGLAS, JOHN, pseud. See OHETO, 
RICHARD. 



DOUGLAS, PAUL M. 

The Twelfth Night promotion; or. What 
you will. 1 V. A play in 3 acts. 
© Paul M. Douglas; 31May72; DU83763. 

DOUGLASS, GAEL T. 

Vibrations; a musical play; book by 
Gael Douglass & Naomi Heschong; 
music & lyrics by Gael Douglass. 
1 V. Two acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 26Aug69, DU75085, & 20Dec71, 
DU82036. Wi: dramatization, revision 
& additions. © Gael T. Douglass; 
l6Peb72; DU826o8.> 

DOV, pseud. See HACKIN, DENNIS EVERETT. 

DOYLE, SIR ARTHUR CONAN. 

Sherlock Holmes. See ROSA, DENNIS. 



DRAKEFORD, JOHN. 

A pastor's emotional life. 30 1. 
Tape script. © Broadman Films; 
2May72; C26990. 

DRAMATIC PUB. CO. 

Hamlet. See PIA, ALBERT. 
The hobbit. See FRIEDMAN, ALLAN JAY. 
Julius Caesar. See PIA, ALBERT. 

DREIBLATT, MARTHA. 

True magic, by Martha Dreiblatt (Marti) 
51. A musical play. Book & lyrics 
only. © Martha Dreiblatt; 10Jan72; 
DU82128 . 

DRUCE, ARDEN. 

God's Christmas tree. 17 1. A play. 
© Arden Druoe; 12May72; DU83549. 



DRUPPEL, ANNA B. 

Window; an original screenplay by 

Ann Druffel. 133 1. © Ann Druffel; 
3Mar72; DU82785. 



DRUM, LEONARD. 

The pink and the purple; a new 
musical. 2 v. Two acts. App 
states prev. reg. 15Nov71, DU8l845 . 
NM: music. © Leonard Drum; 
28Feb72; DU82742. 



Dl. 



DRYDEN, JOHN. 

The Devil to pay. 

ROBERT P. 



See BODE, 



DUBILLARD, ROLAND. 

Naives hirondelles; comedle en trois 
actes; suive de Si Clmille me voyait, 
operette parlee en vers radio- 
phoniques. [Paris] Gallimard. 
213 p. © Editions Gallimard; 
30Sep62; DF2138. 
Si Camille me voyait; suivl de Les 
crabes; ou, Les hotes et les hotes. 
[Paris] Gallimard. 98 p. (Le Man- 
teau d'Arlequin) © on Les crabes; 
Editions Gallimard; 20Nov71; 
DFO-1863. 

DU BIN, ALEXANDER. 

Vanderbilt (He wanted to be young 

again) A musical play by Alexander St 
Karen Du Bin; lyrics by Karen Van 
Lissel (Karen Du Bin) 59 1. Two 
acts. Book & lyrics only. © Alexan- 
der Du Bin &" Karen Van Lissel Du Bin; 
4May72; DU83476. 

DU BIN, KAREN VAN LISSEL. 

Vanderbilt. See DU BIN, ALEXANDER. 

DU BOIS, WILLIAM L. 

Martene; screenplay by Bill Du Bois; 
story by Bill Du Bois & Mike Jones. 
80 1. © William Du Bois & Michael 
A. Jones; 15Jun72; DU84038. 



DUCK, ARTHUR. 

The case; a play In one act. 34 1. 
© Arthur Duck; 19Jun72; DU83925. 

DUCKETT, PAUL E. 

Till you get enough. 224 1. Screen- 
play. © Paul E. Duckett; 22Jun72; 
DU83998 . 



DUDLEY, BARBARA HUDSON. 

Against the dawn; a play in two acts. 
22 p . © Barbara Hudson Dudley; 
l8Peb72; DU82629. 
Pour for the king. 4 v. Plays. Con- 
tents: Saints and sinners. --Pogo, 
Nogo and Thrump . --Contemporary psalm 
23 .--Contemporary psalm 121. 
© Barbara Hudson Dudley; l8Feb72; 
DU82630. 
The games Christians play. 25 1. 
A play. © Barbara Hudson Dudley; 
26jun72; DU83976. 

DUERRENMATT, PRIEDRICH. 

Der Besuch der alten Dame. See 
EINEM, GOTTFRIED VON. 

DUPPELL, PETER JOHN. 

England made me. See CORY, DESMOND. 

DUPFIELD, DANA, pseud. See DUFFY 
DOLORES A. ' 



DUPPY, DOLORES A. 

Love and kisses; a comedy in three 
acts by Dana Duf field, pseud. 1 v. 
© Dolores A. Duffy; 19Jan72; DU82369. 

DUHART, LARRY ALLAN. 

The captives. See LOWE, JOHN 
PATRICK. 



Starlight, starbright; a screenplay 
by John Lowe & Larry Duhart . 
108 1. © Larry Allan Duhart & John 
Patrick Lowe; 17Jan72; DU823O7. 
Weaker than the flesh; a screenplay 
by Larry Duhart & John Lowe. 82 1. 
© Larry Allan Duhart & John Patrick 
Lowe; 17May72; DU83615. 

DUKE, JACK P. 

Shine M.F.; an original screenplay. 
73 1. Appl. authors: Jack P. Duke 
& Mike Evans. © Jack F. Duke; 
30May72; DU83800. 

DUKORE, LAWRENCE. 

The acting class; a play. 73 1. Two 
acts. © Lawrence DuKore; 20Mar72; 
DU82965 . 

DULIN, JOHN. 

Semblance on cobblestone. See 
KORiasrSTEIN, EDWARD. 

DUMAS, MILDRED. 

But, Doctor, are you sure? An original 
teleplay by Mildred Dumas & Dorothea 
Barnes . 15 1 . © Mildred Dumas & 
Dorothea Barnes; 5Jun72; DU83808. 

DUNAU, MARK JOSEPH. 

Of a silence in the sun; a play in 
one act. 67 1. © Mark Joseph 
Dunau; 8May72; DU83648. 

DUHCAN, CATHERINE. 

Captain Schelle, Captain Essoh 
See REZVANI, MEDJID KAN. 

DUNDEE, DAREN. 

The learning tree; created by Daren 
Dundee & the Greater Mt. Clemens 
Jaycees. 1 v. © Greater Mount 
Clemens Jaycees; 13Jan72; DP7962. 

DUNHAM, KAYE LAWRENCE. 

The princess and the frog, by Kaye & 
Lorraine Dunham. 2 sheets. A play. 
© Kaye Lawrence Dunham; 23Mar72; 
DU83OI6 . 

DUNHAM, LORRAINE. 

The princess and the frog. See 
DUNHAM, KAYE LAWRENCE. 



DUHKELMAN, ARTHUR. 

Time after time. 85 1. Screenplay. 
© Arthur Dunkelman; 4Apr72; bu82973 . 



DUNLAP, JANE B. 

Medea; a draraatico-musical poem in 5 
dances. 1 v. Book only. © Jane B. 
Dunlap; 21Mar72; DU82753. 



DUNNE, MURPHY. 

Void where prohibited by law. 
BEGUN, JEFPRY S. 

DURAIN, JOHNNY, pseud. See 
KELLY, J. B. 



See 



DURHAM, DEBRA. 

One country indivisible. 
BREMICAMP, LAURA. 



See 



DURHAM, PRANK. 

Children of the sea and three other 
unpublished plays. See O'NEILL, 
EUGENE GLADSTONE. 



DURKEE, NORMAN E. 

The magical marriage of the miser's 
maiden, by Norman Durkee & Arne 
Zaslove. 2 v. A musical play. 
© Norman E. Durkee & Arne Zaslove; 
5May72; DU83405. 



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DURKIN, ROBERT. 

One wish to Broadway. 
JOHN C. 



See CANNEY, 



DYSON, BEULAH P. 

Order in the court. 4 1. A play. 
© Beulah P. Dyson; 26Jan72; DU82'H4. 



DURMA, NORM. 

Interview of Bill Haley, by Norm N. 
Nite, pseud. 3 1. ® 3-N Produc- 
tions, Inc.; 50Jun7 2; C27320. 
Interview of Bobby Rydell; by Norm N. 
Nite, pseud. 1 v. Script. 
© 5-N Productions, Inc.; igjun72; 
C27273- 
Interview of Chuck Berry, by Norm N. 
Nite, pseud. 4 1. © 3-N Produc- 
tions, Inc.; 30Jun72; 02731°. 
Interview of Earl Carroll, by Norm N. 
Nite, pseud. Sheet. © 3-N Produc- 
tions, Inc.; 30Jun72; 027322. 
Interview of Engelbert Humperdlnck, 
by Norm N. Nite, pseud. 12 1. 
Script. ©3-N Productions, Inc.; 
13Mar72; 026723- 
Interview of Fats Domino; by Norm N. 
Nite, pseud. 1 v. Script. 
© 3-N Productions, Inc.; 19Jun72; 
027272. 
interview of the Five Satins, by Norm 
N. Nite, pseud. 2 sheets. © 3-N 
Productions, Inc.; 30Jun72; C27321. 
Interview of Frankie Avalon; by 

Norm N. Nite, pseud. 1 v. Script. 
©3-N Productions, Inc.; 19Jun72; 
027270. 
Interview of Jay & The Americans; 
by Norm N. Nite, pseud. 1 v. 
Script. ©3-N Productions, Inc.; 
19Jun72; 027268. 
Interview of Johnny Mathis; by 

Norm N. Nite, pseud. 1 v. Script. 
©3-N Productions, Inc.; 19Jun72; 
027269. 
Interview of Little Anthony, by Norm N. 
Nite, pseud. Sheet. © 3-N Produc- 
tions, Inc.; 30Jun72; 02732^*. 
Interview of Pat Boone, by Norm N. 
Nite, pseud. 2 sheets. C 3-N Pro- 
ductions, Inc.; 30Jun72; 027325- 
Interview of Petula Olark; by Norm N. 
Nite, pseud. 1 v. Script. 
© 3-N Productions, Inc.; 19Jun72; 
027267. 
Interview of the Belmonts , by Norm N. 
Nite, pseud. 4 1. © 3-N Produc- 
tions, Inc.; 30Jun72; C2731'*- 
Interview of The Carpenters; by 

Norm N. Nite, pseud. 1 v. Script. 
©3-N Productions, Inc.; 19Jun72; 
027271. 
Interview of the Shirelles, by Norm N. 
Nite, pseud. 2 sheets. © 3-N Pro- 
ductions, Inc.; 30Jun72; 027319- 
Interview of the Skyliners, by Norm N. 
Nite, pseud. Sheet. ® 3-N Produc- 
tions, Inc.; 30Jun72; 027323- 

DURRAH, JAMES WILLIAM. 

The ho-hum revolution. 117 1- A play 
in 2 acts. ® James William Durrah; 
28jun72; DU84o4l. 



DUSOLIER, FRANCOIS E. 

Salut, Larry; an original motion 

picture script. 128 1. © Francois 
Dusolier; 7Jun72; DU8383I. 



DVORAK, ANTONIN. ^ „-,^=h 

Eusaika; opera in 3 acts. English 
version by Ruth & Thomas Martin. 
26 1. Libretto. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 21 Jun43 . NM: additions. 
© Ruth Martin & Thomas Martin; 
10May72; DU83492. 

DWYER, FRANK. 

The whirligig is late: A grave play. 
52 1. © Frank Dwyer; 10Mar72; 
DU82865 . 



E 



EADEH, ALFRED R. 

Where are all the wastebaskets, 
Mr. Mayor? By Al Eadeh. 1 v. 
A play in 1 act & 1 scene. With 
music. © Alfred R. Eadeh; 8Mar72; 
DU82639. 

EARL ROWLAND FOUNDATION, NEW YORK. 
Jackson Pollock at the MOMA. 15 !• 
Script. © Earl Rowland Foundation, 
17Feb72; 026578. 

EASON, DAVID H- 

1925; a musical comedy. 1 v. Two 
acts. © David H. Eason; llJan72; 
DU82268. 

EAST/MEMPHIS MUSIC CORP. 

Colorisms. See ANDERSON, JOHN. 
My home. See ANDERSON, JOHN. 

EOHEWA, T. OBINKARAM. 

Abstract nouns; a play. 77 1- Three 
acts. © T. Obinkaram Echewa; 
26May72; DU83720. 



ECIOJRT, ROYAL W. 
A touch of magic. 
J. STEPHEN. 



See BRADFORD, 



ECKHART, KENNETH V. 

Smile: a model for teaching under- 
graduates about communication 
process. See JONAS, THOMAS JOHN. 

EDDLEMAN, GEORGE DAVID. 

The sisters' tragedy; an opera in one 
act; the libretto adapted by the com- 
poser from the play of the same name 
by Richard Hughes- Ann Arbor, Uni- 
versity Microfilms Library Services. 
Microfilm- (Doctoral dissertation 
series) NM: all new except lyrics. 
© George David Eddleman; 30Nov71; 
DP7965 • 

EDDY, NOEMAN 0. 

How can present institutions in New 
York City achieve balance between 
conformity and dissent. See 
INSTITUTE FOR RELIGIOUS & SOCIAL 
STUDIES. 

EDELSTEIN, ROBERT. 

Barrington; an original screenplay. 
1st draft. 92 1- © Robert Edel- 
stein; 10Apr72; DU83I98. 

EDER, STEPHEN JOHN. 

Concerto for film and audience. 1 v. 
Screenplay. ® Stephen John Eder; 
25Apr72; DU83982. 



EDGE, CLIFFORD. 

Greenwich; a musical play in two acts. 
1 V. © Clifford Edge; 28Peb72; 
DU82729. 

EDGE, ELIZABETH HART. , i , „ two 
Wish for happiness; a ""^J;^?^^^" *"° „, 
acts; book & lyrics by Elizabeth Hart 
& George Edge; based on the novel. 
Flecker' s magic, by Norman Matson. 
1 V. Book & lyrics only. © i.liza- 
beth Hart & George Edge; 12Jun72; 
DU83736 . 



EDITIONS CHANSON CO. 

Thursday. See MCKUEN, ROD. 

EDITIONS DE LA TABLE RONDE. 

Tu etals si gentll quand tu etals 
petit. See ANOUILH, JEAN. 

EDITIONS DE MIMUIT. 

Identite. See PINGET, ROBERT. 

EDITIONS DU SEUIL. 

Porfirlo. See ROBLES, EMIANUEL. 

EDRICH, JOSEPH GEORGE. 

The book of Catherine; a play. 1 v. 
Three acts. © Joseph George Edrich; 
lMar72; DU82763 . 



EDUCATION UNLIMITED CORP. 

Auditory perception skills development 
program. Series 2, no.2800. 1 V. 
25 tape scripts. © Education Unlim- 
ited Corp.; 24jan72; 026256. 

EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATES. 

Introduction to cooperative part- 
time programs in vocational 
education; a tape-slide presentation 
prepared by Educational Associates. 
1 V. Recording script. Appl. 
authors: Carl Nail & Gene Howerter. 
© Educational Associates; 13Mar72; 
026722. 

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE PRESS. 

Series of science addresses featuring 
the phenomenal .world of radiation. 

See ZAMBONI, G. A. 

EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATES. 

Electronic calculator. See BUTSCH, 
CHARLOTTE . 

How to design business education sys- 
tems for individualized Instruction. 
See SALSER, CARL W. 



Printing calculator. 
CHARLOTTE . 



See BUTSCH, 



Slide rule. See ORAEF, DAVID W. 



EDWARDS, BRUCE. ^,„-in„ 

The liberation of the Greenwald family. 
127 1. A play in 3 acts. © Bruce 
Edwards; 10Apr72; DU83203 . 



EDGE, GEORGE. 

Wish for happiness. 
ELIZABETH HART. 



See EDGE, 



EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Advanced training techniques. 10 1. 
Recording script. © American 
Salesraasters, Ltd.; 27Mar72; 
026812- 
The case for morale; or, Don't be a 
buddy, be a boss. 10 1. Recording 
script. © American Salesraasters, 
Ltd.; 27Mar72; 026813. 

Classroom and field training. 11 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
American Salesraasters, Ltd. © Amer- 
ican Salesraasters, Ltd.; 22Mar72; 
C2689O . 

Crisis after crisis after crisis. 
15 1. Lecture. Appl. author: 
American Salesraasters, Ltd. © Ameri- 
can Salesraasters, Ltd.; 6Apr72; 
026888. 

The fine art of communication. 14 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
American Salesraasters, Ltd. © Amer-. 
lean Salesraasters, Ltd.; 22Mar72; 
C26892 . 

Management's obligation; or. Profit is 
the name of the game. I3 1- Lec- 
ture. Appl. author: American Sales- 
masters, Ltd. ® American Salesraas- 
ters, Ltd.; 6Apr72; 026887. 



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EDWAHDS, J. DOUGLAS. (Con.) 

More effective prospecting. 17 1. 
Recording script. © American 
Salesmasters, Ltd.; 27Mar72; C26817 . 
The psychology of the salesman. l6 1. 
Recording script. Appl. author: 
American Salesmasters, Ltd. © Amer- 
ican Salesmasters, Ltd.; 22Mar72; 
C26891. 
Quotas and production Incentives. 

11 1. Recording script. © American 
Salesmasters, Ltd.; 27Mar72; C26816'. 
Recruiting competent salesmen. 

10 1. Recording script. © American 
Salesmasters, Ltd.; 27Mar72; C26815. 
Recruiting outstanding young men. 

12 1. Recording script. © American 
Salesmasters, Ltd.; 27Mar72; C268l4. 
Selecting new managers. 15 1. Lec- 
ture. Appl. author: American Sales- 
masters, Ltd. © American Salesmas- 
ters, Ltd.; llApr72; C26906. 
Using reports and charting to measure 
men. 12 1. Lecture. Appl. author: 
American Salesmasters, Ltd. © Ameri- 
can Salesmasters, Ltd.; 6Apr72; 
C26889. 



EDWARDS, SOLOMON. 

Greater love has no man; a drama with 
music. 1 V. ® Solomon Edwards; 
19Jan72; DU82544 . 

EGAN, JENNY, pseud. See MCGONIGLE, ANN. 



EGAN, MARLENE J. W. 

Whatever happened to Raskolnlkov; 

a play. 21 1. © Marlene J. W. Esan; 
I4jan72; DU82301. 



EGGERS; OSCAR R. 

Alternate family styles; a tape script 

by Oscar R. Eggers & Martha Arnold. 

10 1. © Oscar R. Eggers & Martha 

Arnold; 27Jan72; C26410. 
The development of selfhood: Selfish, 

selfless, self-full. A tape script. 

by Oscar R. Eggers & Martha Arnold. 

25 1. © Oscar R. Eggers & Martha 

Arnold; 27Jan72; C26408. 
Everyday violence; a tape script by 

Oscar R. Eggers & Martha Arnold. 

l4 1. © Oscar R. Eggers & Martha 

Arnold; 27Jan72; C26409. 

EHRLICH, EDWARD M. 

Government property, heaven forbid. 
See KAPLAN, JESSE. 

EIKENBERRY, GARY L. 

Old Man Earth. 105 1. A play in 2 
acts. © Gary L. Elkenberry; 
lMay72; DU83430. 

EINEM, GOTTFRIED VON. 

Der Besuch der alten Dame (The visit of 
the old lady) Opera in three acts 
after Frledrich Duerrenmatt's tragi- 
comedy; opera version by Frledrich 
Duerrenmatt, English version by 
Norman Tucker. London, Boosey & 
Hawkes. 463 p. German & English. 
Vocal score. Appl. states prev. reg. 
31Dec70, DFO-1853, & 13Sep71, 
EPO-152808. NM: English text. © on 
English text; Boosey & Hawkes Music 
Publishers, Ltd.; 26Apr72; DFO-1882. 



EISENBERG, LARRY. 

Apollo. 70 1. A play. © Larry 
Elsenberg; 2Jun72; DU83788. 

EISMAN, MARK EDWARD. 

Fix'. A play with music; book & lyrics 
by Mark Elsman. 1 v. Two acts. 
Book S: lyrics only. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 120ct71, DU81352. NM: 
revision & additions. © Mark E. 
Elsman; 2May72; DU83436. 



EKEDAHL, GEORGE A. 

Hospital/Scope. Cassette recording 
scripts. © George A. Ekedahl. 
v.l, no. 

1. © 22Feb72; C26380. 

2. © 13Mar72; C2672I. 
3. © lMay72; C27023. 



EKULONA, ADEMOLA, pseud. See FLOYD, 
RONALD ELVIN. 



ELDER, NIJ, pseud. See BERLIN, JOYCE E. 

ELDEN, LINDA. 

Sexism and rock music. See PARKER, 
JUDY. 

EIDRIDGE PUB. CO. 

The century plant. See CONBOY, 
FRANK J. 

King of 42nd Street — and farther. 

See PEDORCHAK, IREKE TOMAN. 
My Junle's coming home. See BLATTKER, 

DONALD L. 
Play Aesop. See DELAMAR, GLORIA T. 
Sea for two. See CLARK, R. DANIEL. 
Snowy White and the dwarfs. See 

SPENCER, LATNE. 

The wrong girl. See STIEPER, 
DONALD R. 



ELPENBEIN, HIRAM. 

Modus operandi; a play in six scenes. 
55 1. © Hiram Elfenbein; l8jan72; 
DU82517 . 



EL-HADI, SULIAMAN. 

Before the white man came. 2 sheets. 
© Spoet Pub. Corp.; 15May72; C27039. 

Black soldier. 2 sheets. © Spoet Pub. 
Corp.; 15May72; C27042. 

Hands off. 2 sheets. © Spoet Pub. 
Corp.; 15May72; C2704o. 

ELIO, MORELLI. See MORELLI, ELIO. 



ELKIND, SAMUEL. 

Bust your buttons! A musical comedy. 

44 1. Two acts. Book only. 

© Samuel Elklnd; 8May72; DU834o4 . 

ELKIHS (C. J.) PUB. CO. 

Joshua, Gideon & Saul. See BOWSER, 
MILTON. 



ELKINS PUB. CO. See ELKINS (C. J.) PUB. 
CO. 



ELLEN, G., pseud. See 
WEINER, GLORIA ELLEN. 



ELLENA, MARILYN. 

The adventures of Snow White and 

Nehpets Knarf; an operetta for chil- 
dren. 1 V. Three acts. © Marilyn 
Ellena; 20Mar72; DU83033. 



ELLIOTT, JAMES S. 

Once upon a scoundrel. 
RONKEL, RIP. 



See VAN 



ELLIS, HERBERT LEE. 

Thoughts on teacher evaluation. 4 1. 
© Herbert Lee Ellis; 13Apr72; 
C26898. 
ELLIS, ROBERT LEROY. 

All In the public interest. See 
BROIDE, GLORIA. 

It's a helluva way to run the country; 
a musical satire in two acts. 
Book & lyrics by Gloria Brolde & 
Robert LeRoy Ellis, music by Robert 



LeRoy Ellis. 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 24Feb72, DU82710. NM: 
additions & revisions. © Gloria 
Broide & Robert LeRoy Ellis; 
lJun72; DU83681. 

ELLISON, GERALD L. 

American brass band showboat. Program 
no.l. Television script. 8 1. KM: 
exposition. © Gerald L. Ellison; 
23Feb72; C26446. 

ELLSTEIN, SYLVIA REGAN. 

The twelfth hour; a new play by Sylvia 
Regan. 1 v. Two acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. l4May70, DU77181, 
& 13NOV70, DU78580. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Sylvia Regan Ellsteln; 
8May72; DU83503. 

ELMSLIEj KENWARD G. 

The grass harp. See RICHARDSON, 
CLAIBE . 



ELWARD, JAMES. 

A perfect stranger; a comedy In three 
acts. 3 v. © James Elward; 30May72; 
DU83756 . 

EMERSON, GERALDINE B. 

Born of a woman, by Jerry Emerson. 86 
1. A play in 3 acts. © Geraldlne 
Emerson; 22Peb72; DU82426. 

EMMONS, DELLA GOULD. 

Francis Scott Key, architect of free- 
dom. 45 1. A play in 10 acts. 
© Delia Gould Emmons) lMar72; 
DU82772. 



EKDELSOM, RICHARD W. 

Samurai dwarf; screenplay. I08 1. 
© Richard W. Endelson; 23May72; 
A3452S7 . 



ENGDAHL, SYLVIA LOUISE. 

Perspective on the future: the quest 
of space age young people. 11 1. 
Speech. © Sylvia Louise Engdahl; 
3Apr72; C26854 . 

ENZMANN, JOANNA M. 

Brachistochrones. See ENZMAHW, 
ROBERT DUNCAN. 



ENZMANN, ROBERT DUNCAN. 

Brachistochrones, by Robert Duncan 
Enzmann & Joanna M. Enzmann. 29 1. 
Lecture . © Robert Duncan Enzmann & 
Joanna M. Enzmann; lDec71; C27158. 



EPSTEIN, ROBERT J. 

Sheet; an original screenplay by 
Robert J. Epstein & Aston Young. 
70 1. © Robert J. Epstein & 
Aston S. Young; 10Jan72; DU82255 . 



ERICKSON, JANE. 

The long journey; a one act play. 
24 1. © Jane Eriokson; 22Feb72; 
DU82648. 
The mountain; a play in eight scenes . 
67 1. © Jane Erickson; 3Jan72; 
DU82144. 



ESA, DONALD RAY. 

Searching. 1 v. Screenplay. 

© Donald Ray Esa; 24jan72; DU82l63 . 

ESCRIVA SORIANO, VICENTE. 

Nocturno-erotieo; argumento, guion y 
dlalogos by Vicente Escriva. 
Madrid. 123 1. © Vicente Escriva; 
29Dec71; DFO-1876. 

ESQUIRE, INC. CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL 
FILMS. See CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL 
FILMS. 



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21 



ESQUIRE, INC. CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL 
MATERIALS. See CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL 
MATERIALS . 

ESTADT, JOSEPH E. 

The ark. l8 1. A play. ® Joseph E. 
Estadt; 30May72; DU83754 • 

ESTATE OF BRENDAN BEHAN. See BEHAN, 
BRENDAN, ESTATE OF. 

ESTATE OF JOHN MASON BROWN. See 
BROWN, JOHN MASON, ESTATE OF. 

ESTEVEN-ULSHAFER, LOUISE. 

A spring day. 25 1 ■ A P^-^y m 1 act. 
© Louise Esteven-Ulshafer; 7Apr72; 
DU83I78. 

ESTRADA, RAUL. 

A barrio tragedy. See OLVERA, ENBIQUE. 

ETHERIDGE, THELMA E. 

One penny and nine honest words. 
See HAYES, ERNEST. 

ETON, ROGER, pseud. See BUERKI, PIERRE. 

EUGSTER, CARL. 

Love for love; freely adapted for the 
musical stage. 1 v. Two acts. 
Based on the play by William 
Congreve. Book & lyrics only. 
© Carl Eugster; 8May72; DU83495. 

EULO, KEN. 

Black Jesus; a play in three scenes. 
49 1. © Ken Eulo; 24May72; DU83707 . 

EULO, KEN. See EULO, KENNETH R. 

EULO, KENNETH R. 

Beatrice; a play by Ken Eulo. 1 v. 
Three acts. © Kenneth R. Eulo; 
5May72; DU83496. 
Billy Hofer and the quarterback sneak; 
a play by Ken Eulo. 1 v. Two acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 5May70, 
DU77080. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Kenneth R. Eulo; 25Jan72; DU82594. 

EURIPIDES . 

The death of Antigone. See BRIHDLE, 
HEGIHALD SMITH. 

The Trojan women. The play translated 
by Edith Hamilton. The screenplay 
by Michael Cacoyannls . A special 
introd. by Michael Cacoyannls. 
New York, Bantam Books (N7166) 
116 p. NM: screenplay. © Michael 
Cacoyannls; 40ct71; A298886. 

EVANS, ALBERT, pseud. See 
LIPITZ, ALBERT. 

EVANS, BENJAMIN T. 

Triumphant echo; in memory of 
Sis. Mahalla Jackson. Sheet. 
© Benjamin T. Evans; 8Peb72; 
C26492. 

EVANS, DEBORAH ANN. , 

The magic of Christmas; a musical 
play for children written by 
Debbie Evans; characters created 
In a story by Norma Cowper. 
1 v. Four scenes. © Deborah Ann 
Evans & Norma Cowper; 10Jan72; 
DU82249. 

EVANS, LOUIS ABRAHAM. 

Interview with the President. Sheet. 
Script. © L. A. Evans; 2bApr72; 
026969- 

EVANS, MARILYN BAILEY. 

Have a heart, we can't breathe. 

11 1. A play. © Marilyn B. Evans; 
I4jun72; DU8589O. 



™icholas Nickelby; a new musical based 
on the novel by Charles Dickens. 
1 V Two acts. Book only. Appl. 
states music & lyrics prev. reg. 
120ct71, EU288494. © Mark Evans; 
15Mar72; DU82658. 
With malice toward none; a musical play 

based upon the life of Abraham 

Lincoln. 1 v. 5 scenes. Book only. 

Appl. states music & lyrics prev. 

reg., 120c t71, EU288495 . ©Mark 

Evans; 13Mar72; DU82637 . 



EVANS, MIKE. 
Shine M.F. 



See DUKE, JACK P. 



EWALD, URSULA. 

Loch monster. 1 v. A musical play. 

© Ursula Ewald; 5May72; DU83484 . 
The travelling musicians from Bremen. 
1 V. A musical play In J acts. 
Adapted from the Brothers Grimm 
fairytale. © Ursula Ewald; 
27Mar72; DU82842. 

EXPOSITION PRESS, INC. 

Prove it to me. Daddy -- prove it to 
me. See DENOSKY, PETER. 



PABRIZI, BERNARD. 

The exquisite shrew. 1 v. A comedy 
in 3 acts. ® Bernard Fabrizl; 
7Mar72; DU82828. 

FADIGAN, ELLEN. 

Benjamin is dead. 113 1- Screenplay. 
© Ellen Fadigan; l8May72; DU83632. 

FAERBER, CHARLES N. 

Realms; a play In three acts. l45 1. 
© Charles N. Faerber; 3Apr72; 
DU83II6. 

PAGAN, THOMAS DUKE. 

Against the Maple Leaf Club; a play 
in three acts. 1 v. © Thomas Duke 
Pagan; 8Mar72; DU8283I . 

FAIRBANKS (JERRY) PRODUCTIONS OP 
CALIFORNIA. 
Brink of disaster. See ROSENCRANS, 

LEO S. 
Tragedy or hope. See ROSENCRANS, 
LEO S. 

FAIRMAN, MARION. 

Everything out of the garden. See 
ROGUE, KAREN. 

FAIRSERVIS, WALTER A., JR. 

The pyramid; a play in 3 acts. 1 v. 
© Walter A. Fairservis, Jr.; 3May72; 
DU83452. 

FAITH & LIFE PRESS. 

At desert's edge. See PREHEIM, LYLE. 
Changing faces. See WESTERN DISTRICT 

YOUHG PEOPLE'S UNION. 
On becoming. See PREHEIM, LYLE, ed . 
The prodigal son. See PREHEIM, 

LYLE, ed. 

FAMILY ENRICHMENT BUREAU. 

Family meeting. See STEINMETZ, 
URBAN G. 

FAEBER, THOMAS DAVID. 

Brother's keepers. 2d draft, 

Feb. I, 1971. 185 1. Screenplay. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 23Sep71, 
DU81388. NM: additions S: revisions. 
© Thomas David Farber; 22Feb72; 
DU82640. 

FARMELANT, ANNABELLE. 

The game; a drama In 2 acts. 41 1. 
© Annabelle Farmelant; 12Jun72; 
DU83862. 



PARHSWORTH, RODNEY. 

Roads to Champel; an anti-historical 
sketch in one act. 10 1. © Rodney 
Farnsworth; 10Apr72; DU83206. 

FARON, FAY CHERYL. 

The aries. 46 1. A play in 3 acts,- , 
© Fay Cheryl Faron; llMay72; DU85474 . 



PARRANELLI, MARIA, pseud. 
TORRE-FRONTERA, ISIS. 



See 



FARRIS, WILLIAM E. 

An exercise in theatre of the absurd. 
12 1. A play. © William E. Farrls; 
13Mar72; DU82676. 

FAULKNER, SUZANNE. 

Learn to sing. See BLEHM, 
CLAYTON E. 

FAYAD, SAMY. 

Banco. See LIFSON, DAVID S. 

FEARON, HAROLD. 

Cost of possession. 8 1. Slide 
script. © Graybar Electric Co., 
Inc.; 13JU172; C27301. 

FECHTOR, STEPHEN M. 

A new day. 2 v. A musical play in 
2 acts. © Stephen M. Fechtor; 
19Jun72; DU83939- 

FEDORCHAK, IRENE TOMAN. 

King of 42nd Street -- and farther; 
a prize-winning one-act comedy. 
Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge Pub. Co. 
26 p. (Eldridge popular one-act 
playscripts) © Eldridge Pub. Co.; 
lSep71; DP7923. 

PEDOTOV, DIMITRI. 

Phantasms; screenplay. 96 1. ^^r^a^ 
© Dlmitri Fedotov; 13Jan72; DUB22B2. 

FEENEY, MARTIN. 

Eighteenth noel, by Martin Feeney & 
James Rusilko. Boston, Baker's 
Plays. 23 p. (Baker's royalty 
plays) © Walter H. Baker Co.; 
4Apr72; DP7983. 

FEENEY, WILLIAM J. 
The drums are out . 



See COULTER, JOHN. 



FEILBERT, EDWARD ALLEN. 

The French they are-a funny race: 

the girl in the bath. See 'GREEN, 

ERIC MAWBY. 
13 Rue de 1' Amour. See GREEN, ERIC 

I4AWBY. 

FEIN, PEARL. 

Yesterday ended last night; a play with 
music in three acts. 89 1. Book &■ 
lyrics only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
9JUI69, DU74793- NM: additions. 
© Pearl Fein; 15Jun72; DU83769. 

FEINGOLD, MICHAEL. 

Happy end; a play with songs. 1 v. 
Two acts. Translation & adaptation 
of German lyrics & text. Original 
play with lyrics by Bertolt Brecht, 
music by Kurt Weill & text by 
Dorothy Lane, pseud, of Bertolt 
Brecht & Elisabeth Hauptmann. Book 
& lyrics only. © Stefan S. Brecht; 
l6May72; DU83587. 
The little Mahagonny (Das klelne Maha- 
gonny) Opera; text by Bertolt 
Brecht, music by Kurt Weill, English 
translation & adaptation by Michael 
Felngold. 1 v. Three parts. Book 
& lyrics only. NM: translation & 
adaptation. © Stefan S. Brecht; 
21Jun72; DU83838. 

FEINZILBERG, JACOB. 

The foreigner; original story & 
screenplay. 101 1. © Jacob 
Felnzllberg; 29Mar72; DU83068. 



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FELD, STEVEN EEIC. 

Who's running with the Greek? A 
political play of 1972. 9 1. 
Three scenes. © Steven E. Feld; 
9Mar72; DU82849. 

FELDMAN, LEE G. 

The green witch; by Lee Gallup, pseud. 
23 1. A play in 2 acts. © Lee 
Gallup; 21Apr72; DUSjJll. 

FELDMAN, SANFORD. 

Idol of victory; screenplay by Sanford 
Feldman a.k.a. Robert Sanford. 
4l 1. Five acts. © Sanford 
Feldman; 28Feb72; DU82738. 
Won't anybody buy my flowers; 

screenplay by Sanford Feldman a.k.a. 
Robert Sanford. 7 1. © Sanford 
Feldman; 28Feb72; DU82739. 

FELDMAN, WALTER S. 

The turtle and the butterfly; a play in 
3 acts. 109 1. © Walter S. Feldman; 
19Apr72; DU83293 . 

FELLNER, CHRISTOPHER ALLYM. 

Cold fear; original story S: screenplay 
by Chris Fellner. Ill 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 7Aug70, DU77857. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Chris 
Fellner; 6Apr72; DU83547. 

PENG, CAROLE BRAVERMAN. 

The girl with a sense of fair play, by 

Carole Braverman. 64 1. A play. 

© Carole Braverman Feng; 2Mar72; 

DU82783. 
There are no monsters in Cincinnati, 

by Carole Braverman. 128 1. A play 

in 3 acts. © Carole Braverman Feng; 

l6jun72; DU83920. 

FERLAINE, JOHN. 

The black magenta. 20 1. Screenplay. 
© John Ferlalne; 5Jan72; DU82188. 

FERLAINE, JOHN A. 

The black magenta. I32 1. Screenplay. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 5Jan72, 
DU82188. NM: revisions & additions. 
© John A. Ferlalne; 5Apr72; DU83159. 

FERLITA, ERNEST, S.J. 

Antonio; a radio play. 33 1. Appl. 
states prev. reg. I958. NM: 
characters & additional text. 
© Ernest Ferlita, S.J.; 22Feb72: 
DU82658. 

FERNHILL PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

The secret of the mummy's tomb. See 

ROY, AL. 
The white tiger hunt. See ROY, AL. 

FERRIN, MARSHALL S. 

The tragedy of King Richard I; a 
satire-parody & a little absurd. 
43 1 . A play in 5 acts. 
© Marshall S. Ferrin; l4jan72; 
DU82297 . 

FEY, JEROME AMAND. 

The sleep of innocence; a drama in 2 
acts. 133 1. © Jerome Amand Fey; 
22Mar72; DU83005 . 
FEYDEAU, GEORGES. 

The Edouard case. See SHAW, BARWETT. 

FIALLO, DELIA. 

Esmeralda. 597 v. Scripts for 

television plays. © Delia Fiallo; 
2Feb72; DU82221. 
Maria Teresa (Teresa Romero) 28 v. 
Screenplay. Spanish. © Delia 
Fiallo; l8Apr72; DU83273. 

FICEK, THOMAS KAREL. 

Prometheus bound & Book of gates 
vocal score. 270 p. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 24jun65, A772603. 1#I: 
music. © Thomas Karel Flcek; 
4jan72; DP79IO. 



FIELD EDUCATIONAL PUBLICATIONS, INC. 
An introduction to The human adven- 
ture. See GROSS, RICHARD E. 
Target red: autltory-vlsual discrim- 
ination kit. See BAMMAN, HENRY A. 



See BRINCKERHOFF, 



FIELD, HARRY, pseud. 
BURTON. 

FIELDING, HENRY. 

The adventures of Tom Jones. See 

CARVER, ROBERT D. 
The history of Tom Jones, a foundling. 
See ANDERSEN, JAY HOWARD. 

FIGEMTZER, SANDRA LEWIS. 

Sandra Smoothskin; teleplay. Sheet. 
© Sandra Lewis; 27Jan72; C26399. 

FILM HOUSE OREGON, INC. 

The British are coming. See YETTER, 
CLIFF WAYNE. 

FINDLEY, PATRICIA LEE, SISTER. See 
MICOS CO. 

FINGER, BILL. 

Track of the moon beast; written by 
Bill Finger & Charles Sinclair. 
136 1. Screenplay. Appl. author: 
Derio Productions, Inc., employer 
for hire. © Derio Productions, 
Inc.; 24Mar72; DU83025 . 

FINK, BETTY JEAN. 

Now is forever. See HARDISTY, 
MARGARET ELIZABETH. 

FINLEY, J. MICHAEL. 

Vincent; a play in two acts by Michael 
Pinley. 4o 1. ® J. Michael Flnley: 
28Feb72; DU8274o. 

FINSON, NORMAN. 

Flight no. 26 to nowhere. I83 1. 

A play in 2 acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. lApr69, DU739't9. MM: additions 
Sc revisions. ® Norman Finson; 
12Apr72; DU83221. 

FINSTROM, ANTHONY KARL. 

Wave your flag! A new comedy in three 
acts. 1 V. Includes music & lyrics 
to 1 song. ® Anthony Karl Pinstrom; 
26jan72; DU82402. 

FISCHER, LYNN HENRY. 

Middle concept theory. 4 1. Lecture. 
Appl. states some material borrowed 
from C24525, 26jan71 & C25640, 
24Aug71. NM: additions. © Lynn 
Henry Fischer; 3Jan72; C26295 . 

FISHER, HOWARD W., ed. 

Building family bridges. 1 v. Re- 
cording scripts. © National Family 
Institute, Inc.; 27Dec71; C26565 . 

FISHER, JAMES. 

Have some more coffee, Mr. Usher; 
a play. 34 1. Three scenes. 
© James Fisher; lFeb72; DU82463 . 
I have a photographic memory; a play. 
25 1. © James Fisher; 24jan72; 
DP7921. 

FISHER, ROBERT. 

Minnie's boys. See rKDSSMAiJj, 

FISHER, RUDOLPH. 

Rudi-Kazooti. 1 v. Radio script. 
® Rudolph Fisher; 17Jan72; C26299. 

FITCH, KENNETH W., JR. 

The meeting, by Ken Fitch. l4 1. 
A play. © Kenneth W. Fitch, Jr.; 
24May72; DU83701. 

PITZSIMMONS, DONALD F. 

Nothing bothers me. See YOUNG, 
ROGER K. 



FIVE MODERN SCANDINAVIAN PLAYS. By 
Carl Erik Soya, Walentin Chorell, 
David Stefansson, Nordahl Grieg & 
Paer Lagerkvist. New York, Twayne 
Publishers. 424 p. (The Library of 
Scandinavian literature, v. 11) Appl. 
author: American-Scandinavian Founda- 
tion. © American-Scandinavian Founda- 
tion; 3Dec71; A303568. 

FLEISCHER, GEORGE. 

238 South Lauderdale; a play in one 
act. 45 1. ® George Fleischer; 
l4Dec71; DP7945. 

FLEISHER, ADOLPH. 

Love thy neighbor; by Nigel Howard, 
pseud. 66 1. A screenplay. 
© Adolph "Bud" Fleisher; 7Jun72; 
DU83829. 

FLEISHER, ADOLPH X. 

The golden rule; an original story & 
screenplay written by Bud Fleisher. 
107 1. © Adolph X. Fleisher; 
7Mar72; DU82824 . 

FLESCH, EDWARD. 

The sour prince; a children's musical; 
book, music & lyrics by Ed Flesch. 
1 v. Three scenes. © Edward 
Flesch; 8Mar72; DU82669. 

FLOM, LEONARD. 

Hem-A-Void; TV commercial presentation. 
1 V. © Marlen Enterprises, Inc.; 
27Mar72; C2681O. 

FLO RES, JOHN. 

The Dra-Dra. See BIERMAN, WOLF. 

FLORY, PHOEBE. 

Painting people in transparent water- 
color. 12 1. Slide script. 
© Phoebe Flory; 4jan72; C26292. 

FLOYD, RONALD E. 

I guess one of the parties must be 
over by now, by Ademola Ekulona, 
pseud. 13 1. A play. ® Ronald E. 
Floyd; 30May72; DU83758. 

FLOYD, RONALD ELVIN. 

Three black comedies; by Ademola 
Ekulona, pseud. 1 v. Contents: 
The judge. — The bed. — The patrons. 
© Ronald Elvin Floyd; 3Feb72; 
DU82515. 

FLYNNj CHARLOTTE J. 

A money-back guarantee. See FLYNM, 

DONALD R. 
Peter the great. See FLYNN, 
DONALD R. 

FLYNN, DONALD R. 

A money-back guarantee; a comedy in 
one act by Don Flynn. 25 1. 
® Donald R. Flynn & Charlotte J. 
Flynn; 9May72; DU83566. 

Peter the great; a comedy in one act 
by Don Flynn. 24 1. © Donald R. 
Flynn & Charlotte J. Flynn; 9Mav72: 
DU83568. 

FLYNN, GEORGE G. 

The magic boy and the holiday bicycles . 
An original screenplay by George G. 
Flynn <% Russell B. Green. 1 v. 
© Russell B. Green & George G. 
Flynn; 17Apr72; DP7981 . 

FLYNN, GRACE CAVALIERI. 

The rehearsal; a full length play by 
Grace Cavalieri. 4l 1. Two acts. 
Book only. © Grace Cavalieri Flynn; 
6Mar72; DU82566. 

POGEL, JULIUS. 

The Menninger team, by Julius Vogel, 
pseud. 91 1. A play in 3 acts. 
® Julius Pogel; l6May72; DU83479. 



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FOLK, RONALD. 

The Invaders; a play in two acts and 
finale. 132 1. © Ronald Polk; 
29Jun72; DU84otT. 

FOLSOM, NORMAN. 

Last words. See WEATHERBY, WILLIAM J. 

FOON, DENNIS. 

Bread and butter; four one-act plays. 

1 V. Contents: The sandwich raan.-- 
Rebecca. --Grumpy . --Snowf lake . 

® Dennis Foon; 21Mar72; DU82974 . 

FOOTE, HORTON. 

Home movies. 42 1. Screenplay 

© Horton Foote; l6jun72; DU83911- 
The old friends. l40 1. A play in 

2 acts. © Horton Foote; 5Apr72; 
DU85119- 

Pilgrims. 1 v. A play. © Horton 
Foote; 3Apr72; DU83147. 

FORD, JOE TAYLOR. 

Harry and Margaret at the movies . See 

ALDERSON, DONNIE BROOKE. 
Hitler; an original play. 143 1. Two 
acts. © Joe Taylor Ford; 27Mar72; 
DU83040 . 

FOREMAN, STEPHEN H. 

The resolution of Mossie Wax. 44 1. 
Screenplay. © Stephen H. Foreman; 
12May72; DU83544. 

FORGIONE, JOHN. 

As fresh as all outdoors. 42 1. 
© John Forgione; 19Jun72; C27274. 

At the sound of the tone. 23 1. Mono- 
log. © John Forgione; l8Apr72; 
C26928. 
Breaking up. 27 1 . © John Forgione; 

19Jun72; C27275- 
The day my face cleared up. 28 1 . 
Monolog. © John Forgione; l8Apr72; 
026929. 
Do ya wanna? 23 1. Monolog. © John 
Forgione; l8Apr72; C26927 . 
How ya gonna get a girl In the back 
seat if you ain't got a car? 20 1. 
Monolog. © John Forgione; l8Apr72; 
C2693O . 
I'd like you to meet my parents. 
29 1. © John Forgione; 8May72; 
027 066. 
This girl, is she from the neighbor- 
hood? 31 1. Monolog. © John 
Forgione; 2Jun72; C27193 ■ 
Your mother dresses you funny 1 52 1. 
Monolog. © John Forgione; 16May72; 
027108 . 

FORKEN, GERARD P. 

The summer of eight swallows; a drama 
in 3 acts. 129 1. © Gerard F. 
Forken; 6Mar72; DU82815 . 

FORSBERG, ROLF. 

Revival of the cartoon prophets. 15 1- 

A play. © Rolf Porsberg; 17Feb72; 

DU82624 . 
Revival of the clown. 29 1 . A play. 

® Rolf Forsberg; 17Feb72; DU82625 . 

FORT, ELEANOR H. 

Daddy Gander; a children's television 
show created by Hank Port. 3 1. 
Includes lyrics for 1 song. 
© Eleanor H. Fort; 4Apr72; DU83082. 

FOSTER, GLADYS S. 

The brownstone urge; a comedy in three 
acts by Gladys S. Foster & Allan 
Rieser. 1 v. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as Wall-to-wall, 27Mar69, 
DU73923. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Gladys S. Foster & Allan Rieser; 
21Dec71; DU82203. 

FOSTER, JAMES. 

Light; a proposal for a series of edu- 
cational films on 8 mm. filmmaking. 
1 V. Screenplay. © James Foster; 
8May72; DU83513. 



POY. 



LOUISE ANN. See MICOS CO. 



FRACKELTON, RALPH J. 

The rebellious Dr. Paracelsus; a 
three act play of the early 
16th century. 2 v. © Ralph J. 
Frackelton; 3Jan72; Du822l4. 

FRANCIS, CHARLOTTE. 

The gypsy's curse; or, A fate worse 
than death. A melodrama in the old 
style in 2 acts, 6 scenes with music. 
1 v. NM: book, some music & lyrics. 
© Charlotte Francis; 5Jul72; DU83971. 

PRANK, BOB. 

Judas Iscariot. Sheet. © Terri 

Music, Inc.; 29Mar72; C2687O. 
Wino. Sheet. © Terri Music, Inc.; 
24Mar72; C26752. 

FRANKLIN, HELEN. 

The wages of sin. 26 1. A play in 1 
act. ® Helen Franklin; 12Jun72; 
DU83858. 

FRANKLIN, J. E. 

Black girl; a play in two acts. 
Dramatists Play Service. 50 p. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 30Jan69, 
DU63378. NM: additions & revisions. 
© J. E. Franklin; 21Dec71; DP7908. 

PRAUMENI, GUY. 

The incredible, indelible, magical, 
physical mystery trip. 1 v. 
A musical screenplay. Book only. 
© Guy Fraumeni; 4-May72; DU8569I. 

FRAY, AL, pseud. See SALAWAY, RALPH. 

FRAZE, CARL ALAN. . 

Bermuda memory; a musical drama in d. 
acts. 41 1. Book S= lyrics only. 
© Carl Alan Praze; l8Apr72; DU83124 . 

FRAZIER, MAX Y. 

A journey out of the ghetto . 4 1 . 
© Max Y. Frazier; 12Jun72; C27236. 



FREDETTE, DONALD P. . ■ , 

The steel forest; based on an original 
idea by Mohammed T. Zarlndast. 
271 1. Screenplay. © Donald P. 
Fredette; l6Mar72; DU82711. 

FREEMAN, DAVID E. ,. , ,, on i 
Funeral eve; a one act play, d.^ i- 
© David E. Freeman; 7Feb72; 
DU82532. 
Orange-banana; a comedy in two acts. 
30 1. © David E. Freeman; 27Jun72; 
DU84036 . 
Snow period; play. 21 1. © David E. 

Freeman; 2Feb72; DU82466. 
Vast visions; a one act play. 22 1. 
© David E. Freeman; 27Jun72; 
DU83875 • 

FREEMAN, LUCY. 

The lord and the lady. See DAVIS, 
PAUL E. 

FREEMAN, RHODA G. ^, , ^„ 

The leadership of the free t'lack com- 
munity in New York City, l827-l»t>l. 
22 1. Lecture. © Rhoda G. Freeman; 
23Dec71; C26899. 
FREMONT, VINCENT. 

Animal. See MORRISSEY, PAUL. 

FRENCH, BRANDON. 

The grand master and the honorary 
nigger. See BELLO, STEPHEN. 

FRENCH, JOAN. 

Lizzie; a play with onlookers. 21 1. 
One act. NM: dramatization 
© Joan French; 26Jun72; DU83878. 

FRENI, PASQUAL N. 

Anthony Burns; a play in two acts by 
Pat Frenl. 77 1. Based on the 
journalistic account, Anthony Burns: 



A history, by Charles Emery Stevens. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 30Jun71, 
80646, Wi: additions & revisions. 
© Pasqual N. Frenl; 2Mar72; DU82576. 

PRENZER, BILL. 

The adventures of the Ogden Edsl 
Wahalia Blues Ensemble Mondo 
Blzarrio Band, by Bill Frenzer & 
James Celer. 1 v. Appl. authors: 
Bill Frenzer, James Celer & Douglas 
Wesselmann. © Bill Frenzer & James 
Celer; 9Jan72; A3OO928 . 

FRIED, RICHARD. 

Lonelyhearts; a musical comedy in two 
acts. 1 V. Appl. states prev. reg. 
10Jun70, DU77396. NM: revisions 8: 
additions. © Richard Fried; 13Mar72; 
DU82897 . 

FRIEDMAN, ALLAN JAY. 

The hobblt; music by Allan Jay 

Friedman, lyrics by David Rogers, 
book by Ruth Perry; adaptation of the 
work of the same title by J. R. R. 
Tolkien. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 
124 p. Two acts. Book & lyrics 
only. NM: dramatization & lyrics. 
© Dramatic Pub. Co.; l8jan72; DP7954. 

FRIEDMAN, R. M. 

The family. 77 1. A play. © Willa- 

bald Productions; 24jan72; DU82378. 
The not so famous memoirs of little 

Johnny Baker. 31 1- A play. 

Includes music & lyrics for He was 

my brother, by Mark Grim & R. M. 

Friedman. © Willabald Productions; 

10Apr72; DU83087 . 
Skool daze; the American institutional 

myth. 1 V. A musical play. Appl. 

states prev. reg. 7Dec71, DU8l777 • 

NM: revision h addition of music. 

© Willabald Productions; 19Jan72; 

DU82348. 

FRIEND, IRJA K. 

Plumpkin and the dragon; a play in 3 
acts. 29 1. Book & lyrics only. 
© Irja K. Friend; 13Mar72; DU82685 . 

FRIEND, ROBERT. 

Two narrations and a soliloquy: ihe 
goat; The man who went to Warsaw; 
Angel. 7 1. Translated from the 
Israeli musical. Only fools are sad, 
by Dan Almagor . NM: translation. 
© Robert Friend; 27Apr72; C26952. 

PRIES EN, LAUREN. 

At desert's edge. See PREHEIM, LYLE. 
Changing faces. See IffiSTERN DISTRICT 
YOUNG PEOPLE'S UNION. 
On becoming. See PREHEIM, LYLE, ed. 
The prodigal son. See PREHEIM, 
LYLE, ed. 



FRISCIA, SANTA. 

Santa's House prayer. ^Sheet. 
Frlscla; 17Apr72; C26920. 



© Santa 



FRY, CHRISTOPHER. 

A yard of sun; a summer comedy. 

Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. I30 p. 
Two acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
& prev. pub. NM: additions S: 
revisions. © Christopher Fry; 
l6Jun72; DP8036. 

FRY, NICHOLAS. 

A man and a woman. See LELOUCH, 

CLAUDE. 
Tristana. See BUNUEL, LUIS. 

FRYE, DAVm. 

Richard Nixon superstar. See COHEN, 
ERIC. 

FUERHOLZER, EDMUND. 

Johann Weiser; Schauspiel in 3 Akten . 
78 1. © Edmund Fuerholzer; 24Apr72; 
DU83339 ■ 



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FUGARD, ATHOL. 

Boesman and Lena^ a play in one act. 
(In The Best plays of 1970-1971. 
Edited by 0. L. Guernsey, Jr. New 
York, Dodd, Mead. p. 107-118. (The 
Burns Mantle yearbook) ) © Athol 
Pugard; 19Wov71; DP7946. 
Boesman and Lena; a play In two acts. 
Cape Town, South Africa, Buren Pub- 
lishers. 55 p. © Athol Fugard; 
20ct69; DF2145. 

FULLER, CHARLES H. , JR. 

The candidate; a play in three acts. 
120 1. © Charles H. Fuller, Jr.; 
lMar72; DU82767 . 



FUN LEARN CO. 

Vocabulary builder, 
cassette scripts . 
19Apr72; C26935. 



10 V. Nineteen 
© Fun Learn Co . ; 



FYFFE, DONALD. 

Myth America; or. Did the red and 
white make Betsy blue? Words & 
music by Don Fyf f e . 15 p. © Donald 
Fyffe; 25Sep71; DP791I. 



G 



GALATI, FRANK J. 

Decameron. See MAYLOHE, CLARK. 

GALLAGHER, FRANCIS. 

Richard; a play in two acts. 1 v. 
Appl. states prev. reg. NM: revi- 
sion. © Francis Gallagher; 24Mar72; 
DU83027 . 

GALLIANI, STANLEY DAN. 

Nobody loses. 72 1. Screenplay. 
© Stanley Dan Galliani; 19Jan72; 
DU82340 . 

GALLIANI, STANLEY DANIEL. 

The game; screenplay by Dan Galliani. 
44 1. © Stanley Dan Galliani; 
7Mar72; DU82583. 

Small time -- big time, by Dan 
Galliani. 57 1. Screenplay. 
© Stanley Daniel Galliani; 7Mar72; 
DU82582. 

GALLIMARD, EDITIONS. 

Des frltes, des frites, des frites. 
See WESKER, ARNOLD. 

L'etrange ouvrage des cieux. See 
CLAIR, RENE. 

Hedda Gabler. See IBSEN, HENRIK. 
Holocaustum. See MAUET, EUDARDO. 
Macbett. See lONESCO, EUGENE. 
La mort qui fait le trottolr. See 

MONTHERIANT, HENRY DE. 
Nalves hirondelles. See DUBILLARD, 

ROLAND. 
Si Camille me voyait. See DUBILLARD, 
ROLAND. 

GALLOWAY, JAMES LEONARD. 

Day of resurrection; a comedy. 75 1. 
© James Galloway; 31May72; DU83903. 

GALLUP, LEE, pseud. See FELDMAN, LEE G. 

G/^-LVIN, MATTHEW R. 

Near distance; a theophany in two 
parts by Reppert Galvin. 74 1. 
A play. © Matthew R. Galvin; 
13Jun72; DU83881. 

GAMBLE, JOHN. 

Going to St. Louis; a play in two acts. 
1 V. © John Gamble; 26jun72; 
DU84017. 

GANBY, ALAN. 

You're gonna miss her. See WHITE, 
JOHN H. 



GANT, LISBETH A. 

A change has got to come; a screenplay. 
30 1. © Lisbeth A. Gant; 6Jan72; 
DU82226. 

GARCIA, CLARA A. 

El descubrimiento de America; drama 
historico. 1 v. Three acts. 
© Clara A. Garcia; l4Feb72; DU82628. 



GARCIA, GILBERT. 

Bad Witch and the little prince; a 
play for children's theatre in 
two acts; by Gil Garcia. 31 1. 
© Gil Garcia; 7Jan72; DU82234. 
Escape from a territorial prison; 
a screenplay by Gil Garcia. 8I 1. 
© Gil Garcia; 8jun72; DU83850. 
Journey to Hastings; a television 
screenplay. 59 1. (Bonanza) 
Appl. states prev. reg. 2May72, 
DU83434. NM: additions. © Gil 
Garcia; 12Jul72; DU84001. 
Journey to Hastings; a television 
screenplay by Gil Garcia. 59 1. 
(Bonanza) © Gil Garcia; 2May72; 
DU83434 . 
Mother was a vampire; a screenplay by 
Gil Garcia. 103 1- © Gil Garcia; 
2May72; DU83433. 



GARCIA, MICHAEL O'HARA. 

The freak brothers in Huggybears; 
author, Fredrick N. Simmons. 43 1. 
Screenplay. © Michael O'Hara Garcia; 
31Jan72; DU82453. 



GARDNER, FRED. 

The co-op; by Fred Gardner & Barbara 
Garson. 1 v. A play In 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Barbara Gar- 
son & Fred Gardner; 15Mar72; 
DU82715 . 

GAREL, LEO. 

American primitive. See GIBSON, 
WILLIAM. 

GARON, MYRON L. 

Corporate deferred compensation; or, 
In/ Go, Out/ Go and Go/ Go. I9 1. 
Lecture. © Myron L. Garon; 23Sep71; 
C26383. 

GARRETT, CHARLES J. 

Byron; T.V. comedy show. Script no.l. 
16 1. © Charles J. Garrett; 26jun72; 
DU84021 . 



GARRIGA, JUANA. 
GARRIGA. 



See GONZALEZ, JUANA 



GARRISON, DAVID E. 

Just so! A musical; music by David 
Garrison, book & lyrics by Jay 
Bernzweig; based on the Just-so 
stories of Rudyard Kipling. 2 v. 
Two acts. © Jay Bernzweig & David 
Garrison; 12Apr72; DU83092. 

GARSON, BARBARA. 

The co-op. See GARDNER, FRED. 

GARVEY, BARBARA. 

Great Parker's medicine show. 1 v. 
Screenplay. © Barbara Garvey; 
22Mar72; DU83007 . 

GARZA, BALDEMAR H. 

Bags; tragi-comedy by Burt Garza; a 
screenplay. 97 1. © Burt Garza; 
l4Feb72; DU82634. 

GASSNER, JOHN. 

Eight expressionist plays. See 

STRINDBERG, AUGUST. 
Elizabethan drama. Edited & with an 
Introd. by John Gassner. New York, 
Bantam Books. 639 p. (Bantam 
world drama, QT4031) NM: compila- 
tion, editing, introd., pref. to 
each play & bibliography. © Bantam 
Books, Inc.; 20ct67; A298845 . 



Restoration drama. See WAITH, EUGENE. 

GATH, JOSEPH. 

Blackout! 48 1. A play in 2 acts. 

© Joseph Gath; 17Feb72; DU82619. 
A just man. 23 1. A play. © Joseph 

Gath; 17Feb72; DU82620. 
Play house. 59 1- A play in 2 acts. 
© Joseph Gath; 17Feb72; DU82618. 
GATTEY, CHARLES NEILSON. 

The' love lottery, by Charles Neilson 
Gattey & Fred G. Moritt . 1 v. 
A musical play in 2 acts. Book only. 
© Skye Moritt; 13Mar72; DU82884. 

GAUCHER- SHULTZ, JEANINE . 

Medusa. See CARBALLIDO, EMILIO. 

GAUGERT, RICHARD K. 

The fairy tale of his life; an adap- 
tation of six tales by Hans Chris- 
tian Andersen for six harlequins by 
one Rick Gaugert. 33 1- ® Richard 
K. Gaugert; 17May72; DU836I3 . 

GAUNTLEY, TIMOTHY. 

Antichrist. lb 1 . A play. © Barry 
Thomas Brodie; 9Mar72; DU82675 . 

GAYLOR, ALAN L. 

Between the dark and the daylight. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. © Alan 
Gaylor; 5Jan72; DU8218I. 

GEBHARDT, RICHARD. 

Leave of absence; screenplay. 121 1. 
© Medion, Inc.; 4Feb72; DU82684. 

GEIDT, JEREMY. 

Tar manor; or. The trials of T. B. 
A farcical fantasy for television 
by Jeremy Geidt & Lonnie Carter. 
39 1- © Jeremy Geidt & Lonnie 
Carter; 15May72; DU83584. 

GEIGER, GERALD LEWIS. 

A prince for all time; ballet-drama 
with music. 37 1. Book only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. gNov71, 
A294568. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Gerald Lewis Gelger; 4Feb72; 
DP8004. 

GELIS, STEPHEN MICHAEL. 

The last day in July. 8 1. A play in 
1 act. © Stephen Michael Cells; 
21Mar72; DU82977 . 

GELLERT, ROGER, pseud. See HOLMSTROM, 
JOHN. 



GENECIN, MILTON. 

Splendid victory; a play in three 
acts. 68 1. © Milton Genecin; 
8jun72; DU83845. 

GENERAL LEARNING CORP. 

Starter/101: a close look at book one. 
6 1. Script. © General Learning 
Corp.; 8May72; C27084 . 
Starter/101; a close look at books 2- 
10, testing and progress charts. 
5 1. Script. ® General Learning 
Corp.; 8May72; C27086 . 
Starter/101: introduction to pro- 
gram. 7 1. Script. © General 
Learning Corp.; 8May72; C27085 . 

GENTRY, ASENATH TANNIE . 

Deceived by desire; Christmas comedy- 
drama. 50 1. Three acts. © Asenath 
Tannie Gentry; 20Mar72; DU83128. 



GEORGE, GREGORY, pseud. 
SCLUPER, NICHOLAS. 



See 



GEORGE, NICHOLAS, pseud. See 
SCLUFER, NICHOLAS. 

GEORGIE, pseud. See BEAUCHAMP, SUSAN K. 

GERTH, JUDITH L. 

Spider and his web. See LAMBIN, 
HELEN KEICHERT. 



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GERUSCHAT, CARL T. „^ . 4. 

Image of the man; book by Jay Christo- 
pher, pseud, of Jack Kelly, Jr.; 
music by Carl Geruschat; lyrics by 
Jay Christopher, Carl Geruschat & 
Emily Geruschat. 1 v. A play in 2 
acts. © Jack Kelly, Jr. & Carl T. 
Geruschat; 8May72; DU83620. 

GERUSCHAT, EMILY. 

Image of the man. See GERUSCHAT, 
CARL T. 



GESHER, CAROL ELSIE. 

Plymouth; a cutting for Readers ' 
Theatre. 3^* 1 ■ © Carol Elsie 
Gesner; 21Mar72; C26805 . 

GETZ, CHARLES W. 

Common data base development for infor- 
mation systems of the seventies. 
1 V. Two lectures. Contents: Impact 
of the common data base on the orga- 
nization. --Gaining management support 
for management information systems. 
© Chiton Computer Co.; BjanTO; 
C26356. 



GIBBONS, MARK. 

As you like it (Shakespeare transmogri- 
fied) A male musical; book & lyrics 
by Toby, pseud, of Frederick L. 
Bluth; music by Mark Gibbons. 1 v. 
© Frederick L. Bluth & Mark Gibbons; 
13Mar72; DU82887 . 

GIBOR, YAEL T. 

The Calendar Magician; musical. 
3 V. Book only. Based on The 
legend of the Calendar Magician. 
© Yael T. Gibor; 23Feb72; DU82562. 



GIBSOH, HENRY. 

Fog. See KAHANEY, SONDRA. 
Programmed to run. 146 1. Screenplay. 
© Henry Gibson; 19Jan72; DU32335. 

GIBSON, JEWEL. . 

Creep past the mountain lion, see 
LEWIS, HAL S., JR. 

GIBSON, JOHN WORTHINGTON. 

Of dreams and things; a play. 32 1. 
Two acts. © John Worthington Gibson; 
l8May72; DU83516. 

GIBSON, ROBERTA. 

George, Hinks and Stoner; a comedy in 
two acts. 112 1. © Roberta Gibson; 
8Mar72; DU82835. 



GIBSON, WILLIAM. 

American primitive; the words of John 
and Abigail Adams put into a sequence 
for the theatre, with addenda in 
rhyme. 1972. New York, Atheneum. 
115 p. Two acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 3OJUI7I, DF773't & prev. pub. 
27JUI7I. NM: revisions. © Tamarack 
Productions, Ltd. & Bessie B. Klein 
& Leo Garel as Trustees under three 
separate deeds of trust; 7Feb72; 
DF7988. 

GIDWITZ, JOHN. 

The magic flute. See SCHIKANEDER, 
EMANUEL. 

GIERMANN, FREDERICK. 

Katrina visits Winterland. 46 1. 

Screenplay. Appl. author: Frederick 
Giermann, employee for hire of Dan 
Taylor Biggs. © Dan Taylor Biggs; 
26jun72; DU84D25. 

GILBREATH, W. E. 

Pollution is world wide; or. Poking 
punn at pollution. Sheet. Monolog. 
© W. E. (Bill) Gilbreath; 19Jan72; 
C26607 . 

GILHOOLEY, JOHN C. 

The last Christians; a two act play by 
Jack Gilhooley. 67 1 • © John C. 
Gilhooley; 9May72; DU83585. 



GILHOOLEY, JOHN CHARLES. 

Homefront blues; a two-act play by 
Jack Gilhooley. 130 1. © Jack 
Gilhooley; 6Apr72; DU82971. 

GILL, EVALYN PIERPOINT. 

Endicott Wing, by Evalyn Pierpoint. 
26 1. A musical play in 4 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Evalyn 
Pierpoint; 17Apr72; DU83123. 

GILLEN, HELEN. 

Time Square 1969-70; a play in one act. 
54 1. © Helen Gillen; 23Mar72; 
DU83009. 

GILLERMAN, FAY. 

The hobos' dream. Version III: Elmer 
Bumb. 14 1. Script. © Pay 
Gillerman; 3Apr72; C26868. 

GILLESPIE, C. RICHARD. 

Toussaint. 92 1 . A play. 

© 0. Richard Gillespie; 22Mar72; 
DU82998 . 

GILLESPIE, GERALD. 

Puss-in-Boots. See TIECK, JOHANN 
LUDWIG . 
GILLETTE, WILLIAM. 

Sherlock Holmes. See ROSA, DENNIS. 



GILLIATT, PENELOPE. 

Sunday bloody Sunday; the script of 
the John Schlesinger film, produced 
by Joseph Janni for United Artists. 
New York, Bantam Books (N6963) 
135 p. © Penelope Gilliatt; lNov71 ; 
A3033OI . 

GIMBEL, PETER R. 

Mexican salt; an original screenplay. 
152 1. © Peter R. Glmbel; l8jan72; 
DP7932. 

GINSBERG, ALLEN. 

Kaddish; film script. 47 1. © Allen 
Ginsberg; 12Jan72; DU82278. 

GINSBERG, MILTON MOSES. 

The Woodlawn Express. II6 1. Screen- 
play. © Milton Moses Ginsberg; 
23Mar72; DU83018 . 

GIORDANO, TONY. 

The jaws that bite, the claws that 
catch! A play in three acts. 1 v. 
© Tony Giordano; 17Feb72; DU82423 . 

GIPE, GEORGE A. 

The love game; a comedy in three acts. 
1 V. © George A. Gipe; 17Mar72; 
DU 82933 • 

GIRADOUX, JEAN. 

Plays; translated by Roger Gellert, 
pseud, of John Holmstrom. 
Amphitryon; Intermezzo; Ondine. 
New York, Oxford University Press. 
273 p. NM: translation. © on 
translation; Roger Gellert; 27Apr67; 
DP8038. 



GITTINGS, EILEEN. 

Technical Bonsai culture. 
KIMMERLING, A. E. 



See 



GITTLER, HARVEY. 

Management's role in cost reduction 
a divergent view, 9 1- Lecture. 
© Harvey Gittler; 20Apr72; C26944 . 

GIUSTINI, ROLANDO. 

Fallout. See DEIHL, LARRY B. 



GLENARBY PRODUCTIONS. 

[Holidays] See PETERSON, BARBARA 
KRUGER. 

GLENN, CHARLES A. 

So you want to write a song. 9 1. 
Monolog. © Charles A. (Artie) 
Glenn; 17Jan72; C26349. 



GLINES, JOHN. 

Coney Island cookie jar. 1 v. A 
musical play in 2 acts. © John 
Gllnes; aODeo71; DU82519. 
In the desert of my soul. 24 1. 
A play. © John Glines; llFeb72; 
DU82697 . 

GLOCKEN VEKLAG, LTD. 

Giudltta. See KNEPLER, PAUL. 

GODLER, JACK A. 

Gems, real gems; original screenplay. 
104 1. © Jack A. Godler; 28Apr72; 
DU83391. 

GOLD, BARRY E. 

And with these hands, by Benson E. 
Gold, pseud., & Joel D. Myerberg. 
43 1. (Medical center) Teleplay. 
® Benson Gold & Joel D. Myerberg; 
21Jun72; DU83832. 

GOLD, BENSON E., pseud. See GOLD, 
BARRY E. 

GOLD, EDWARD LOUIS. 

The infection; a play in one act. 

13 1. © Edward Louis Gold; 29Feb72; 
DU82747 . 

GOLDBERG, MOSES. 

Hansel and Gretel; a play for children 
five through eight. 28 1. © Moses 
Goldberg; 15Feb72; DU82351. 

GOLDBLOOM, IRMA A. . . , 

Make room for the animals; an original 
multi-media musical production 
created & written by Irma Goldbloom 
& Nancy Renfro. 1 v. © Irma A. 
Goldbloom & Nancy Renfro; 24Feb72; 
DU82709. 

GOLDEMBERG, ROSE LEIMAN. 

Marching as to war. Dramatists Play 
Service. 15 P- © Rose Leiman 
Goldemberg; 7Feb72; DP7950 . 

Rites of passage. Ill 1- A Pi^\^"„ 
2 scenes. © Rose Leiman Goldemberg, 
20Apr72; DU834l2. 

GOLDEN WEST BROADCASTERS. 

KSFO black history series. See 
DIGGS, LARRY. 

GOLDMAN, HARRY MERTON. 

The geriatric commune. 25 !• 

A play. © Harry Merton Goldman; 
28jan72; DU82442. 

GOLDONI, CARLO. 

The Venetian twins. See ALDER, 
WILLIAM JAC. 

GOLDSCHMIDT, JEFFREY. 

I heard it in the boy's room; by 
J. Goldschmidt fc K. S. Moss. 1 v. 
A musical in 2 acts. © Jeff Gold- 
schmidt & Ken Moss; l4jan72; DU838yi; . 

GOLDSMITH, LEE. 

Hot spell. See CARUSO, JOSEPH, JR. 

GOLDSMITH, STEVEN. 

Ice floe; a play in one act. 22 1. 

© Steven Goldsmith; l4Mar72; DU82907. 
Vintage stock; a play in one act. 23 
1. © Steven Goldsmith; 27Jan72; 
DU82453 . 

GOLDSTEIN, BENJAMIN. 

The cookbook; by Benjamin, pseud, 
of Benjamin Goldstein & Pot, 
pseud, of Philip Namanworth. 
Sheet. A musical play. Book & 
lyrics only. © Benjamin & Pot, 
Inc.; 10May72; DU83671. 
Herman and the bears; by Benjamin, 
pseud, of Benjamin Goldstein & 
Pot, pseud, of Philip Namanworth. 
2 sheets. A musical play. Book 
only. Appl. states prev. reg. & 
pub. 1957. NM: dramatization, music 
& additional text. © Benjamin & Pot, 
Inc.; 10May72; DU8367O. 



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GOLDSTEIN, BENJAMIN. -Con. 

A laugh and a giggle with Alliwishes I. 
Tickle, by Benjamin, pseud. 1 v. 
A musical play In J acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Benjamin Goldstein: 
12Apr72; DU83085 . 
Little Boy Blue, by Benjamin, pseud, 
of Benjamin Goldstein, & Pot, pseud, 
of Philip Namanworth. 3 1. A musi- 
cal play. Book & lyrics only. 
© Benjamin & Pot, Inc.; 10May72; 
DU83552. 
Who will get the. apples? By Benjamin, 
pseud. & Pot, pseud, of Philip 
Namanworth. 2 1. A play. ® Benja- 
min Sr Pot, Inc.; 10May72; DU83965 . 

GOLDSTEIN, CEIL. 

No turning back. I30 1. Screenplay. 
© Cell Goldstein; 28Jun72; DU83876. 

GOLDSTEIN, CHENEY K. 

Relax and learn. 1 v. Tape script. 
© Cheney K. Goldstein; 15May72; 
C27137. 

GOLDSTEIN, MAEVIN. 

The Hollywood newlyweds . 6 1. 
A play. © Marvin Goldstein; 
7Jan72; DU82232. 

GOLISH, SHIRLEY. 

Legacy of gold, by Shirley, pseud. 
52 1. A play in 3 acts. © Shirley 
Gollsh; l8jan72; DU82319. 
GONZALEZ, GLORIA. 

Celebrate me. See SCHAPFERT, 
EDNA. 

GONZALEZ, JUANA GARRIGA . 

The tourist phantom; or. Is he come? 
Psycho-philosophical romantic comedy 
by Juana Garrlga. 1 v. Two acts. 
© Juana Garriga Gonzalez; 13Apr72; 
DU8323O . 

GORDON, CHARLES P. 

The barbarians; a love prayer by 
OyamO, pseud. 32 1. A play in 2 
acts. © Charles P. Gordon; 24Apr72; 
DU8321I . 
Nine as one, by OyamO, pseud. 28 1. 
Screenplay. © Charles F. Gordon; 
24Apr72; DU83212. 

GORDON, STUART. 

Warp. See KLEIKFELD, LEONARD N. 

GORDON, STUART A. 

Warp. See KLEINPELD, LEONARD N. 

GOSS, CLAYTON E. 

Andrew; a play in remembrance by Clay 
Goss. 11 1. © Clayton E. Goss; 
7Mar72; DU82829. 
Home cookin'; a play written by Clay 
Goss. 1 V. © Clayton E. Goss; 
7Mar72; DU82830. 



GOSS, MICHAEL M. 

The party after the fight; screenplay. 
Final draft, Dec. 20, I97I. 
167 1. © J.W.J. Productions, Inc.; 
4jan72; DU82218. 

GOTTLIEB, LAWRENCE. 

The last laugh; a play in three acts. 
1 V. ® Lawrence Gottlieb; 10May72; 
DU83522. 

GOOTELL, BREKDA. 

Now and then. See WEINER, GLORIA 
ELLEN. 

GRAEF, DAVID W. 

Slide rule. 1 v. (Monitor Instruction 
program, M.I. P. I6080O) Recording 
script. © Educational Research 
Associates; 4jan72; C26938. 
Slide rule. 1 v. (Monitor instruction 
program, M.I. P. I6080O) Recording 
script. © Educational Research 
Associates; l'tApr72; C26942. 



GRAHAM, BILLY. 

The battling black Congressman. 
See KIRK, ALBERT B. 



GRAHAM, CATHERINE. 

Revelation simplified, verse by verse. 
Chapter 1-20. 1 v. ©Mrs. Cather- 
ine (W. S.) Graham; l6Jun72; 027197- 

GRAHAM, DANIEL E. 

Sweet feet. See BROCKETT, R. DONALD. 

GRAHAM, FRIEDL. 

The magic merry-go-round. 6 1. A 
musical play. © Friedl Graham; 
17May72; DU83599. 
The rooster who forgot who he was. 
61. A musical play. © Friedl 
Graham; 26jan72; DU82'H5 . 

GRAHAM, JACQUELINE, pseud. See 
THOMAS, JOYCE CAROL. 

GRAHAM, NEAL. 

Heavy water. 42 1. A play in 2 
scenes: © Neal Graham: 19Jun72: 
DU83936. 

The Invention. 100 1. A play in 2 

acts. © Neal Graham; 19Jun72; 

DU83935 • 
Tell me tomorrow in the daylight. 

107 1. A play in 3 acts. © Neal 

Graham; 19Jun72; DU83934. 



GRAHAM, NORMAN SPENCER. 
Once upon a scoundrel. 
RONKEL. 



See VAN 



GRAHAM, MRS. W. S. See GRAHAM, 
CATHERINE. 

GRAHAME, JOHN P. 

Cinderella. See MAISSEL, ALEXANDER. 
Rip Van Winkle. See MAISSEL, 
ALEXANDER . 

GRANT, MICKI. See MCCUTCHEON, MICKI 
GRANT . 

GRASS, GUENTER. 

Max; a play. Translated by A. Leslie 
Wlllson !c Ralph Manheim. New York, 
Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich. 122 p. 
(An Original harvest book, HB 221) 
NM: English translation. © Harcourt, 
Brace, Jovanovich, Inc.; 15Mar72; 
DP7959. 

GRASSET (BERNARD) EDITIONS. 
3,l4l6. See JOPPROY, PIERRE. 

GRAY, AMELIA COBB. 

You been prayin' the wrong prayer; 
an improvisational drama. 37 1. 
Nine scenes. © Amelia Cobb Gray; 
9Mar72; DU82856. 

GREY, CHRISTIAN. 

Harry and Margaret at the movies. See 
ALDERSON, DONNIE BROOKE. 

GRAY, DAN, pseud. See RULE, WILLIAM J. 

GRAY, JEROME ARMSTEAD. 

Who moves the shade? 1 v. A play. 
© Jerome Armstead Gray; 28jun72; 
DU84039 . 

GRAY, KENNETH LYNN. 

Political interaction. 17 1. A lec- 
ture. © Kenneth Lynn Gray; 5May72; 
027080. 

GRAY, STEPHEN W. 

Dwelling places; a play in three acts. 
55 1. © Stephen W. Gray; 19Jun72; 
DU83942. 

GRAY, SUZANNE, pseud. See TOOBY, ANNE N. 

GRAYBAR ELECTRIC CO., INC. 

Cost of possession. See FEARON, 
HAROLD. 



GREATER MOUNT CLEMENS JAYCEES (MICH. ) 
The learning tree. See DUNDEE, 
DAREN. 

GREAVES, FIELDING LEWIS. 

Where have all the flowers gone? An 
original screenplay. 91 1- 
© Fielding Lewis Greaves; 12Apr72; 
DU83227. 

GREAVES, STEVEN MERRITT. 

Clone; a play in one act. 9 1. 
© Steve Greaves; 3Mar72; DU82845 . 

GRECKEL, WILBERT 0. 

Christmas carol -- 1971; a musical 
drama for television. 1 v. 
© Wilbert C. Greckel; l6Mar72; 
DU82758. 

GREEN, ERIC MAWBY. 

The French they are a funny race: 
the girl in the bath; by Mawby 
Green & Ed Feilbert. 36 1. A play. 
Based on the play La jeune fille 
au bain, by Louis Verneuil & Georges 
Berr. © Mawby Green & Ed Feilbert; 
19May72; DU83678. 
13 Rue de 1' Amour, by Mawby Green & Ed 
Feilbert. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Mawby Green Sr Ed Feilbert; 20Jan72; 
DU82362. 

GREEN, PHYLLIS. 

One cat, two. 59 1. A play in 2 
acts. © Phyllis Green; lFeb72; 
DU82459. 

GREEN, ROBERT J. 

Changeling. See LEE, ARTHUR S., 
III. 

GREEN, RUSSELL B. 

The magic boy and the holiday 
bicycles. See FLYUH, GEORGE G. 

GREEN, RUSSELL BARTON. 

The faces of Charley Pride; an original 
screenplay. 4o 1. © Russell Barton 
Green; 28jan72; DP7941. 

GREENBERG, GLEN DAVID. 

Parental guidance. 1 v. A play. 
© Glen D. Greenberg; 31Mar72; 
DU83IOI. 

GREENE, CAROL. 

Make a joyful noise unto the Lord! 
Written by Carol Greene, design by 
Gordon Wellman-Obata, pseud, of 
Gordon Wellman. Concordia Pub. 
House. 15 p. (Mlnimag 3, 
32-3111/lc) © Concordia Pub. House; 
200ct71; DP7936. 

GREENE, GRAHAM. 

England made me. See CORY, DESMOND. 

GREENEBAUM, MARY MOSS. 

The ABC's of the environment; young 
people's version by Mary Moss. 1 v. 
© Mary Greenebaum; lMay72; C27020. 

GREENIDGE, GERTRUDE. 

Makin' it! A musical play by Gertrude 
Greenidge, Walter Miles & Hazel J. 
Bryant. 1 v. Two acts. Book only. 
© Gertrude Greenidge, Hazel Bryant & 
Walter Miles; 3May72; DU8333O. 



GREENWOOD, JOHN WAYNE. 

The saddest man; recitation. Sheet. 
Appl. states prev. reg. NM: words & 
arrangement. © John Wayne Greenwood; 
4Feb71; C26747. 

GREER, LEANN. 

Take vanilla. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© LeAnn Greer; 7Mar72; DU82827 . 

GREGORY, ANDRE. 

Alice in wonderland. Dramatists Play 
Service. 47 p. An adaptation of 
the novel by Lewis Carroll, pseud. 
© Andre Gregory; 10May72; DP7997. 



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GREGORY, CHARLES W. screenplay 

The railroad man. 44 1. A screeiiyj-a-, 
in 2 acts. © Charles W. Gregory; 
17 May? 2; DU83604 . 

GREGORY, FRANK. 

Afternoon of a faun. 9 1- ^„gi|J;; 
© Frank Gregory; 14JunY2; DUa50g:5. 

The membership committee. 23 1. 

A play. © Frank Gregory; 14Jun72; 

DU83892. 
The pied piper of Central Park West. 

25 1. A play. © Frank Gregory; 

l4jun72; DU83891. 



GREGORY, JAMES. 

Fig o' my heart; or. The swineherd 
Cometh. Libretto by Oscar E. Moore, 
music by James Gregory. 60 1. 
Ten scenes. A play. Based on 
The swineherd, by Hans Christian 
Andersen. Appl. states prev. reg. 
9Dec70, DU78757. NM: additional 
text & musical material. © Oscar E. 
Moore & James Gregory; l4jan72; 
DU82302. 

GRIECO, ROSE F. 

Living with Lina TV series. Segments 
no. 15-18: Lina does a paint job.-- 
Lina and the lousy dream. --Lina 
arranges a baptism. — Lina and St. 
Anthony's revenge. 1 v. 4 tele- 
plays. © Rose F. Grieco; 8May72; 
DU83443 . 

GRIEG, NORDAHL. See 

FIVE MODERN SCAMDINAVIAM PLAYS. 



GRIFFIN, OSCAR. 

The boredom of watching falling 
plaster; a satire; a one act ply. 
55 1. Appl. states play within 
play prev. reg. 50Jul71, DU8l217 • 
© Oscar Griffin; 5Jan72; DU82215 . 

GRIFFIN, THOMAS E., JR. 

Workers; a play in three acts by Tom 
Griffin. 95 1 . © Tom Griffin; 
5Jan72; DU82l82. 

GRIFFITHS, PHILIP. 

My daughter Coppelia; a musical play 
by Philip Griffiths & Eric Shaw; 
adapted from Delibes' ballet, Coppe- 
lia. 2 V. Three acts. NM: adapta- 
tion & text. © Oxford University 
Press; 20Dec71; DF2142. 

GRIM, MARK. 

The not so famous memoirs of little 
Johnny Baker. See FRIEDMAN, R. M. 

GRIMM, JAKOB LUDWIG KARL. 

Cinderella. See MAISSEL, ALEXANDER. 
Hansel and Gretel. See MAISSEL, 

ALEXANDER. 
Sleeping beauty. See HOPKINS, JOAN 

COBB. 
The travelling musicians from Bremen. 
See EWALD, URSULA. 

GRIMM, WILHELM KARL. 

Cinderella. See MAISSEL, ALEXANDER. 
Hansel and Gretel. See MIASSEL, 

ALEXANDER . 
Sleeping beauty. See HOPKINS, JOAN 

COBB. 
The travelling musicians from Bremen. 
See EWALD, URSULA. 

GRIMSEY, JOHN. 

Lisa. See HANMER, RONALD. 

GRINER, ELSIE, JR. 

Bus 'em or bust. Sheet. Monolog. 
© Lowery Music Co., Inc.; 7Apr72; 
C26895 . 

GROSS, MARIAN, pseud. See BARNES, 
DOROTHEA . 



GROSS, RICHARD E. 

An Introduction to The human adven- 
ture; by Richard E. Gross 5: John U. 
Michaelis. l4 1. Recording script. 
© Field Educational Publications, 
Inc.; 7Feb72; C26562. 

GROSS, RONALD L. 

Studies: the board. 26 1. A play. 
© Ronald L. Gross; 28Feb72; DU82521. 
Studies; The bureau. 22 1. Screen- 
play. © Ronald L. Gross; 22Feb72; 
DU82644 . 
Triple K; a 2-act play. 1 v. © Ronald 
L. Gross; 28Feb72; DU82523. 

GROSS, RONALD LEE. 

Studie's, the bar. 22 1. A play. 
© Ronald L. Gross; 27Mar72; DU83057. 




GROSSO, MICHAEL THOMAS. 

When it rains it pours; a play by 
Michael Thomas, pseud. 131 1- 
Three acts. © Michael Thomas; 
24Peb72; DU82704. 

GROUYA, THEODORE J. 

I the piano. 5 1- Scenario. 
© Theodore J. Grouya; 26May72; 
C27111- 
GROVER, MARY M. 

Oil's well that ends well. See 
BENNETT, ANITA M. 

GROVES, JOHN PATRICK. 

Eggbury and the flying castle; a play 
for children. 35 1. © John Patrick 
Groves; lMar72; DU8277'^ ■ 

GRUENWALD, OTTO. 

Hochzeitsreisende aller Laender 
vereinigt euch; Lustspiel. 61 1. 
Two acts . © Otto Gruenwald; 
26May72; DUB3721. 

GRUNE & STRATTON, INC. 

Audio journal review: General surgery. 
See MCCLELLAND, ROBERT N., ed. 

GRUNKE, LEAL. 

The Bible in living sound. See 
SENTINEL RECORDINGS. 

GRZEGOREK, ALFRED E. 

Listening and communication skills 

training. 13 1 . © Human Interaction 
Systems, Inc.; 17Mar72; C26751. 

GUARE, JOHN. 

The house of blue leaves; a play. 
New York, Viking Press. 112 p. 
Two acts. NM: foreword. © John 
Guare; 2May72; A339900. 

GUENTHER, CLIFFORD H. 

This spike is for eternity; a one-act 
play. 6 1. © Clifford H. Guenther; 
27Jan72; DU82432. 



GUERNSEY, OTIS L., JR., ed. 

The best plays of 1970-1971; illus- 
trated with photographs & with draw- 
ings by Hlrschfeld. New York, Dodd, 
Mead. 450 p. (The Burns Mantle 
yearbook) NM: all new except draw- 
ings & play dialogs. © Dodd, Mead S: 
Co., Inc.; 19NOV71; A322596. 

GULLIVER, H. ROBERT. 

The way out is via the door; original 
screenplay. 83 1. © Robert 
Gulliver; 9Mar72; DU82857 . 



GUNN, GWENDOLYN. 

Up! An uppity revue by Gwendolyn 
Gunn, Patricia Horan, Chryse Malle 
& others. 1 v. A musical In 13 
scenes. Book only. ©Chryse M. 
Malle, Dolores Walker, Sally Ordway, 
Susan Yankowltz, Gwendolyn Gunn, 
Andrew Piotrowski & Patricia Horan; 
2Jun72; DU85697. 

GUNSHER, DENNIS JAMES. 

Happy birthday. Sister Anne. 6 1. 
A play. © Dennis James Gunsher; 
12Jan72; DU82272. 
King of the kingdom. 24 1 . A play. 
© Dennis James Gunsher; 15Jun72; 
DU83898. 
The very best of friends. 40 1. 
A play. © Dennis James Gunsher; 
17Jan72; DU82305. 

-iUNZENHAUSER, LYlTO C. 

Kamikazi; a play. 40 1. © Lynn C. 
Gunzenhauser; llJan72; DU82266. 

GUPTA, KAILASH NATH . 

Divine perception; a lecture. 1 v. 

© Yogi Gupta; 27Jun72; C27244. 
Yoga food concepts; by Yogi Gupta. 

16 1. A lecture. © Yogi Gupta; 

26Jun72; C27303 . 

GURIAN, JAY P. . , 

To the butchers. 70 1. A play in 5 
acts. © Jay P. Gurian; 28Feb72; 
DU82736. 

GURNEY, A. R., JR. 

The house of mirth; a screenplay. ^ 
125 1. Based on the novel by Editl" 
Wharton. HM: dramatization. © A. 
Gurney, Jr.; 17Mar72; DU82714 . 

GURR, ERIC T. 

The mystery of Melchisedec. 5 !• 
Sermon. © Bob Jones University 
Press; 24Feb72; C26626. 

GUSTAPSON, CHARLES ORTEN. 

The formula of the other self; a folk 
operetta in three acts. 67 1. 
© Charles Orten Gustafson; 17Jul72; 
DU84034. 

GUTHEIM, KARLHEINZ. 

La rondlne. See PUCCINI, GIACOMO. 

GUTTENBERG, MICHAEL. 

Scotch on the rocks. See BELLMAN, 
CHAELES EDWARD. 
GUYARD, MARION MICHELLE. 

Captain Schelle, Captain Essoh. 
See REZVANI, MEDJID KAN. 



GUYLANOR, INC. 

A last dance for Sybil. See 
DAVIS, OSSIE. 

GYORPFY, GABRIEL EMERY. 

Love minus one; an original story & 
screenplay. 112 1. © Gabriel E. 
Gyorffy; 20Apr72; DU83305 • 



H 



HABERKERN, BRUCE. 

The right way to be wrong. 2 v. 
A musical play in 2 acts. Book S- 
lyrics only. © Bruce Haberkern; 
li|Jul72; DU84037. 



HACKADY, HAL. 
Minnie ' s boys 



See ■r.R.DSSMJtfK 



NNIS EVERETT. 



HACKIN, DENNIS 

Churp; by Dov, pseud. 31 1- A play 
in 5 scenes. © Dennis E. Hackln; 
17Apr72; DU83255- 



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HADARY, JOEL. 

Francis Bacon. 19 1. Two acts. 

© Joel Hadary; 22May72; AJ^H^J^ . 
George More; a play. 21 1. Two 
acts. © Joel Hadary; 22May72; 
A341433 . 

HAGAN, LEON RICHARD. 

Willy and Nilly. 277 1. Screenplay. 
Includes lyrics for 1 song. © Leon 
Richard Hagan; 22May72; DU83734 .' 



HAGEN, JOHN MILTON. 

Jesus Christ for president; a sacred 
travesty in 1 act, an epilogue & an 
original English version of an 
ancient song, Eili, Eili. 1 v. 
© John Milton Hagen; 12Apr72; 
DU85359. 
Rehearsal for a sex transversal. 
12 1. A play. © John Milton 
Hagen; 22Feb72; DU82652. 

HAGERTY, CLARE. 

Folly bells; a children's play by Clare 
Hagerty & Marien M. Long. 1 v. With 
music. © Clare Hagerty Sc Marien M. 
Long; 24jan72; DU82388. 

HAGOOD, RAYMOND. 

Ripley rebel. 64 1 . A play In 2 
acts. © Raymond Hagood; 22Feb72; 
DU82641. 

HAISLIP, HARVEY. 

Able seaman Reilly. 73 1. A play in 
2 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
Trial at Spithead, 3Mar65, DU62688. 
NM: revisions. © Harvey Haisllp; 
10Feb72; DU82326. 

HALAS, EDWARD ANDREW. 

Tap on my grave; a drama-comedy by 
Eddy Halas. 100 1. Two acts. 
© Edward Andrew Halas; llMay72; 
DU83536. 
You look just like a rich Jewish lady; 
a drama-comedy by Eddy Halas . 
116 1. Three acts. © Edward Andrew 
Halas; llMay72; DU83537 . 

HALDEMAN, JAMES LIONEL. 

Yankee Doodle, The spirit of I776-I976. 
1 V. A play in 2 scenes. Appl. 
ti.: Yankee Doodle - The spirit 
of '76. © James Lionel Haldeman; 
15May72; DU83583 . 

HALE, EDWARD EVERETT. 

The man without a country. See 
ZEIDELMAN, CLAIRE. 

HALFI, RAQUEL. See CHALFI, RAQUEL. 

HALL, JAMES HAMILTON. 

Melissa Adams; a three-act play. 
152 1. © James Hamilton Hall; 
21Jun72; DP8o46. 

HALL, PETER. 

Wars of the Roses. See BARTON, JOHN. 

HALL, VIRGINIA. 

The meeting. 16 1. A play in 3 acts. 
® Virginia Hall; 9Feb72; DU82325 . 

HALPERN, BARBARA LEBOW. 

I love you, Bobby; a play in two acts 
with music by Barbara Lebow. 59 1. 
Book & lyrics only. © Barbara Lebow 
Halpern; 28Feb72; DU8252O. 

HAMBY, RAY. 

Painting as communication; a 25-minute 
film script.- by Ray Hamby & Trudy M. 
Hamby. 13 1. © Ray Hamby & Trudy 
M. Hamby; 8Feb72; "fi2535? • 
HAMBY, TRUDY M. 

Painting as communication. See HAMBY, 
RAY. 

HAMILTON, ANTHONY. 

OJenke. See MCNEIL, DORIS. 



HAMILTON, EDITH. 

The Trojan women. See EURIPIDES. 

HAMILTON, JAMES P., JR. 

Chance; screenplay. 97 1 . © James F. 
Hamilton, Jr.; 8May72; DU83508. 

HAMILTON, LEROY. 

The rapture. See HESTER, JACK W. 

HAMILTON, NOEL. 

Everything you always wanted to know 
about the Osmonds; a lecture. 27 1. 
© Superstar Records, a division of 
Creative Giants, Inc.; 9Jun72; 
C27256. 

HAMMARSTROM, DAVID LEWIS. 

Lord Andrew's passport; a play in two 
acts. 94 1. © David Lewis Hammar- 
strom; 13Mar72; DU82882. 
Seven people; a one act play. 19 1' 
© David Lewis Hammarstrom; 13Jun72; 
DU83885. 

HAMMER, GEORGE J. 

The cleaning women; sketches. 20 1. 
Contents: Cigarette smoking is 
dangerous to your health. — Dracula 
meets the cleaning woman. — The clean- 
ing woman. — The audition. — The astro 
cleaning nauts . © George J. Hammer; 
5May72; DU83468. 

HAMMER, HERBERT M. 

The understanding; a play in three 
acts. 97 1. © Herbert M. Hammer; 
17May72; Du836l2. 



HAMMER, JACK, pseud. 
BURROUGHS, EARL S, 



See 



HAMMERMAM, DANIEL. 

The story of Port Piscadera; an his- 
torical story of Curacao and one of 
her early military forts, written 
for a sound and light dramatization 
by Dan Hammerman. 17 1. © Dan 
Hammerman; 15Mar72; DU82913. 



HAMMOND, BERNICE. 
BERNICE HAMMOND. 



See JACKSON, 



HAMMONS, CECILE LAPAN. 

Lest we forget; a tribute to honor 
all veterans of all wars by Cele 
Haramons. 5 1. Monolog. © Cele 
Haramons; 5Jan72; C26294. 



HAMOTAK, pseud. 
TRUDY H. 



See SCHWARTZSEID, 



HAMPSON, TERRANCE CHRISTOPHER. 

Ever since man became an animal; a play 
in three acts. 101 1. © Terrance 
Christopher Hampson; 9Dec71; DU82427. 

HAMRICK, JODIE E. 

Poor Boy 1970, 1971. 1 v. A musical 
play. Book & lyrics only. 
© Jodie E. Hamrick; 12Jul72; DU84002. 

HANDY, ROBERT T. 

How can the self-fulfillment of one 
human being in our society relate 
to the self-fulfillment and self- 
respect of others. See INSTITUTE 
FOR RELIGIOUS & SOCIAL STUDIES. 



HANFT, BENJAMIN. 

The prophet of Texas; a play in three 
acts. 1 V. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 2Dec70, DU78753. NM: revisions. 
© Benjamin Hanft; 5May72; DU83465. 



HANMER, RONALD. 

Lilac time. See PARK, PHIL. 
Lisa; operetta in three acts. Music 
by Fritz Kreisler, original libretto 
by Ernst & Hubert Marischka. 
Operatic Society version, book by 
John Grimsey; lyrics by Tommle 
Connor; music adapted & arranged 



by Ronald Hanmer. London, 

J. Weinberger. 82 p. Libretto. 

Appl. states prev. reg. 1932 & 

prev. pub. NM: translation. 

© Josef Weinberger, Ltd.; 31Dec69; 

DF2146. 

HANSEN, RICHARD. 

Metier. 95 1. Screenplay. © Richard 
Hansen; 7Apr72; DU83177. 
Mr. Wlezenhymer has been declared 

legally insane. 60 1. A screenplay. 
© Richard Hansen; 19Jun72; DU83940. 

HANSON, MARY E. 

Just a farmer's simple daughter; 

a comic melodrama in 1 scene, 1 act. 
91. © Mary E. Hanson; 5Apr72; 
DU83153 . 

HARBERT, JAMES K. 

Hang-ups; a musical revue. 2 v. Two 
acts. © James K. Harbert; 5May72; 
DU83802 . 

HARCOURT, BRACE, JOVANOVICH, INC. 
Max. See GRASS, GUENTER. 

HARDING, BERTITA. 

Juliette Low. See SMITH, JULIA. 

HARDISTY, GEORGE D. 

Mow is forever. See HARDISTY, 
MARGARET ELIZABETH. 

HARDISTY, MARGARET ELIZABETH. 

Now is forever; lyrics by Margaret 
Hardisty & Betty Jean Fink; music 
by Margaret Hardisty, George Hardis- 
ty, Dave Johnson & Betty Jean Fink. 
1 V. A musical play in 5 acts. 
© Margaret Elizabeth Hardisty; 
I3JUI72; DU84000. 

HARDY, ALEXANDRE. 

La force du sang; edited by James 
Herbert Davis, Jr. Athens, Univer- 
sity of Georgia Press. 84 p. 
Five acts. NM: introd., notes & 
editing. © University of Georgia 
Press; 12Apr72; A337365 . 

HARKINS, WALTER H. 

Old man and his cat; recitation. 
Sheet. © Walter H. Harkins; 
2Jun72; C27152 . 
HARLEY, OTIS S. P., JR. 

Don't let me catcha, Jody. Pt.2, by 
Otis S. F. Harley, Jr. S- Joe Williams. 
2 1. © Otis S. P. Harley, Jr.; 
20Jun72; C27262. 

HARLOW, WAYNE CLIFFORD. 

Uncle Herman's mole tamper; a one-act 

play. 27 1. © Wayne Clifford 

Harlow; 8May72; DU83507. 
HARP, GRACE E. 

How to use the Harry-Harriett puppet 

to review a memory verse. 2 1. 

© Grace E. Harp d.b.a. Puppet Pals 

Co. (in notice: Grace E. Harp); 

260ct71; DP7960. 

HARPER, ANNETTE. 

Jacob. See OLIVER, DONALD. 

HARPER, WALLY. 

Wishes and Saturdays. See BELVILLE, 
LANCE. 
HARPER, WILLIAM STERLING, III. 

Hop, skip and oz; a drama in three 
acts. 60 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 27Jan67, DU67978. NM: 
revisions. © William Sterling 
Harper III; 4jan72; DU8226O. 
HARPSTER, DONALD R. 

Student entertainment bonanza show. 
14 1. A play in 3 scenes. © Donald 
R. Harpster; 19Apr72; DU85126. 

HARRELL, CHARLES D. 

Modular motels and restaurants by 
lecture. By Charles D. Harrell & 
Vera M. Rhea. 3 1. © Charles D. 
Harrell & Vera M. Rhea; 25May72; 
027187. 



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Annabelle Varsity at the Rose Bowl 
game. 3 l. Appl states prev 
reg. llfMar72, EU3266I3. NM: PIONS 

additional spoken material, © Dol- 
phin International Productions- 'Izabeth 
8jun72| C27252, 



HARRIG/ 
Indli.. 

Three acts . inu i. 
1 song. © Nolan Harrigan, Jr.; 
7Jun72; DU83827 . 

Mary 01 Or, The girl of the golden 
West. Rev., Feb. 1972. 1 v. 
A musical play In 2 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 21Sep70, 
DU78189. © Nolan Harrigan, Jr.; 
10Mar72; DU82868. 
Milk and honey; a play. 32 1. With 
music. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
Sunlight and water, 2l|Sep71, DU81397. 
m- revisions. ® Nolan Harrigan, 
Jr.; 24jan72; DU82379. 

HARRIS, AURAND. 

Just so stories. Anchorage, Ky., 
Anchorage Press. ■1*4 p. Adapted 
from 3 of Rudyard Kipling's Just so 
stories. Includes lyrics for 4 
songs. Contents: The cat who walked 
by himself. — How the camel got his 
hump. — How the first letter was 
written. © Anchorage Press, Inc.; 
20Dec71; DF7915. 



1 V. 

DU826o4 . 



HARRIS, HAROLD J. 

New man; a play in three acts. 
© Harold J. Harris; l5Peb72; 

HARRIS, KENNETH W. 

Analysis of investment income property. 
1 V. © Kenneth W. Harris; 10Mar72; 
C27306. 

HARRIS , LOKZO X . , JR . 

Black education and black hospital 
seals. 5 1. Appl. ti.: Black 
educational seal, black hospital 
seal. © Lonzo X. Harris; 30May72; 

c 27 243. 



HARRIS, NEIL. 

Blues changes. 9 1 
lyrics for 1 song 
20Apr72; DU83308. 
The cocktail sip. 17 1. 

Harris; lJun72; DU83778. 
The conference. 4 1. A play 

Harris; 20Apr72; DU83309. 
Off the top. 11 1. A play. 

Harris; 20Apr72; DU83307 . 

The vampire. 23 1 . A play. 

Harris; 6Mar72; DU82819. 



A play. Includes 
© Neil Harris; 



Neil 



© Neil 



© Neil 



© Nell 



HARRIS, SARA. 
The lord and 
PAUL E. 



the lady. See DAVIS, 



h^^ 



^ 



/Harris, suzanne. £iS1V=^ 

/ Annabelle Varsity at the Rose Bowl 

\ game. 3 1. © Dolphin International 

> , Pro ductions; 8jun72; C27252. 

HAffllSON, ED, pseud. See: 
HARRISON, EUGENE S. 
HARRISON, EUGENE STUART. 

HARRISON, EUGENE S. 

Death on the rocks; by Ed Harrison, 
pseud. 84 1. Screenplay. 
© Eugene S. Harrison; 7Apr72; 
DU85186. 

HARRISON, EUGENE STUART. 

Dead aim; by Ed Harrison, pseud. 
70 1. Screenplay. © Ed Harrison; 
lMar72; DU82765 . 
HARRISON, WESLEY BYRON. 

The duck hunt & Wes ' s car. By 
Mr. Sound Effects, pseud. 6 1. 
Two monologs . © Wesley Byron Har- 
rison; 23Feb72; C2659O. 
HARRISON, YALE. 

The big kiss-off; written by Yale 

Harrison & Lew Cully, pseud, of Jack 
Colvin. 97 1. Screenplay. © Yale 
Harrison S- Jack Colvin; l6Jun72; 
DU83914 . 

HART, DORIS. 

Muggers, Inc.; a fantasy for desperate 

times. 29 1. Three scenes. © Doris 

Hart; 25May72; DU837l4 . 



HART, GARY. 

Come on in, the water's over your 
head; by Gary L. Blackwood; music 
by Gary Hart. 1 v. A musical 
play in 2 acts. © Gary L. Black- 
wood & Gary Hart; 5May72; DU8347I. 



HARTA, VINCENT, pseud. 
HARTY, VINCENT. 



See 



HARTON, MARGARET E. 



Pilate 
® Mari 
DU828i 



wife 
caret E. 
il. 



23 1. A play. 
Harton; 29Mar72; 



Vincent; a play 

Vincent 

Harty . 

2Mar72; 



HARTY, VINCENT. 

Vincent, Paul -- Paul, 
written for the stage by 
Harta, pseud, of Vincent 
102 1. © Vincent Harta; 
DU8278O . 

HASKINS, PATRICIA M. A. 

Fooly the frog; a musical fantasy. 
20 1. Book & lyrics only. 
© Patricia Haskins; 13Mar72; DU8268I . 

HASKINS, PATRICIA MARIE ALICETTE. 
Mr. Paul's Macreevan; a musical 
fantasy. 13 1. Three scenes. 
Book & lyrics only. © Patricia 
Marie Alicette Haskins; 24Feb72; 
DU82505 . 
Puppet tricks. 9 1- A play in 
3 scenes. © Patricia Marie 
Alicette Haskins; 17Jan72; DU82304. 

IHASLACH, ROBERT D. 

Lefty Jones inside the Conglomino Cor- 
poration; a half-hour radio drama. 
17 1. (Group Action Theater script, 
no. 2) © Robert D. Haslach; 24Feb72; 
DU82708 . 
Lefty Jones: legally insane; a half- 
hour radio drama. I6 1. (Group 
Action Theater script, no. 3) 
© Robert D. Haslach; 24Feb72; 
DU82707 . 
Lefty Jones on the line. 24 1. 
(Group Action Theater script, 
A play. © Robert D. Haslach; 
4May72; DU83358. 
Le medecin volant. See MOLIERE, 
JEAN BAPTISTE POQUELIN. 



HASTINGS, CHARLOTTE. 

The enquiry; a play. London, New York, 
S. French. 77 p. Three acts. 
© Charlotte Hastings; 5May72; 
DFO-1880. 

HATCH, GEORGE, JR. 

Madlock. 154 1. Screenplay. © George 
Hatch, Jr. & Jurgen P. Reiske; 
30Mar72; DU83080. 

HATCH, MARILYN AYERS. 

As long as it's morning. 1 v. A play 
in 3 acts. © Marilyn Ayers Hatch; 
20Jan72; DU82356. 
HATTY AR, HARRY B. 

The jury; a play in three acts. 76 1. 
© Harry B. Hattyar; 30May72; DU83757. 

HAUPTMANN, ELISABETH. 

Happy end. See FEINGOLD, MICHAEL. 



29 



HAVENS, RICHIE. 

Safari 300. See TRUESDALE, TAD. 

HAVERINEM, RICHARD W. 

Go ahead, everyone else does; by 
Dick Haverlnen & Dan LaBrecque. 
63 1. A screenplay. Includes 
lyrics for 1 song. ® Richard W. 
Haverlnen & Daniel G. LaBrecque; 
3Jan72; Du82l49. 

HAWKINS, JOHN. 

Stereotype lover. 34 1. A play in 4 
acts. © John Hawkins; 2Mar72; 
DU82779 • 

HAWLEY, LISLE R., JR. 

Illinois High School Association 1972 
Class A Basketball Tournament. By 
Rick Hawley. 1 v. Television 
script. © Lisle R. Hawley, Jr.; 
10Fe'b72; C26805 . 
HAWTHORNE, NATHANIEL. 

The buxom bride. See ZEIDEDMN, 

CLAIRE. 
Ethan Brand. See MIDDLETON, VfALTER. 
The scarlet letter. See SINCLAIR, 
ANDREW. 
HAYDEN BOOK CO . , INC . 

Dialects and speech patterns. See 
BOYNTON, ROBERT W. 



HAYDEN, NAUR A. 

Be kind to people week; a musical 
by Jack Bussins 5: Ellsworth Olin, 
pseuds of Naura Hayden. 97 1. 
Two acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Naura Hayden; lFeb72; DU82219- 

HAYDEN, NICOLA. 

A nous la llberte. See CLAIR, 
RENE. 

HAYES, ERNEST. 

One penny and nine honest words; 
a draraatico-musical composition; 
book 8c lyrics by E. Z. Charity, 
pseud, of Thelma E. Etheridge; music 
by Ernest Hayes. 31 1. Three acts. 
© Ernest Hayes & Thelma E. Etheridge; 
l8Apr72; DU83275 . 

^) HAYES, GLORIA. See KREMER, GLORIA HAYES. 

HAYES, THOMAS. 

Simon sez. 1 v. A musical play. 
© Thomas Hayes; 22Mar72; DU83125 . 

HAYMAN-CHAPFEY, CHARLES RODERICK. 
Erewhon. See HAYMAN-CH AFFE Y ; 
FREDERICK WILLIAM. 

HAYMAN-CHAFPEY, FREDERICK WILLIAM. 

Erewhon; a screenplay by F. W. Hayman- 
Chaffey & Carlo Hayraan-Chaffey. 
252 1. Adapted from Samuel Butler's 
novel. © Charles Roderick Hayman- 
Chaffey 5: Frederick William Hayman- 
Chaffey; 3May72; DU83324. 

HAYMAN, ELIZABETH F. 

The last day; a comedy in 1 act. 
© Elizabeth F. HajTnan; 19Apr72; 
DU83287 . 



11 1. 



after; a play in two 
Appl. states prev. 
DU70284. NM: 
Lucille Hauser; 



HAUSER, LUCILLE.' 

Funzie time and 

acts. 80 1. 

reg. 15Dec67, 

additions. © 

10Feb72; DU82553. 

Reparation; a play in 2 acts. 72 1. 

© Lucille Hauser; lMay72; DU83431. 

HAVENS, BETTY. 

New one-act plays, 1972. 1 v. 
Contents: The fall and rise of 
Bernie Hatch. --The girls from Troy. 
— The unimportant clown. — In Search 
of the golden tear. © Betty 
Havens; 17Jan72; DU823O6. 



HEADY SHADE PUB. CO. CORP. 

Meanwhile back in the womb. See 
MORGAN, DAVID. 

HEATHERTEL ENTERPRISES, INC. 

Lloyd Bridges' water world (Let's go 
boating) Television scripts. 
© Heathertel Enterprises, Inc. 
Program no . 

1. Now and then. © 20Apr72; C26956. 

2. Big fish, little fish and per- 
sonnel problems. © 20Apr72; 
C26964. 

3. The race to win. © 20Apr72; 
C26965 . 

4. The river and the ocean. 
© 20Apr72; C26966 . 

5. Under and over the water. 
© 20Apr72; 026967- 

6. Dreamboat time. © 20Apr72; 
C2696O. 



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Jan.-Ju 



HEATHEETEL ENTERPRISES, INC. -Con. 

Lloyd Bridges' water world (Let's go 
boating) -Con. 

7. Catching and running. 
© 20Apr72; C26959. 

8. History and treasure , fog and 
fire. © 20Apr72; C26958. 

9. Old and new, fast and slow. 
© 20Apr72; C26957 • 

10. All those helpers out there. 
© 20Apr72; C26965. 

11. Bilge rats to bilge examiners. 
© 20Apr72; C26962. 

12. Two different sides of boating. 
© 20Apr72; C26961. 

HEBERT, LAWRENCE PHILIP. 

The home. 1 v. A play. ® Lawrence 
Philip Hebert; l4Mar72; DU82905. 

HECK, LOUISE, pseud. See NAUGHTON, 
LOUISE E. 

HEGLUND, ARTHUR R. 

■ Conversations between Dr. and Coretta 
Martin Luther King; three act play. 
1 V. Appl . states prev. reg. Feb. 
1972. NM: additions. ©Arthur R. 
Heglund; 29Mar72; DU82880. 

HEIDER, WERNER. 

White pagoda - crimson cloud; a fairy 
tale about the Chinese poet Tu Fu. 
42 1. A musical play in 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. states 
prev. reg. l6Mar64, DU60181 . NM: 
revisions & additional lyrics. 
© Werner Helder; 8Feb72; DU82328. 

HEISCH, ELIZABETH. 

The cinnamon bear; by Elizabeth fc Glan 
Heisch. 1 v. A play in 26 episodes. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 6Jul37, 
D50652. NM: all new except episode 
no.l. © Elizabeth fc Glan Heisch; 
l6Mar72; DU82656 . 

HEISCH, GLAN. 

The cinnamon bear. 
ELIZABETH. 



See HEISCH, 



HELLER, HAROLD. 

Just one lucky ticket. 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. Book S: lyrics only. 
© Harold Heller & Jack Heller; 
17Mar72; DU82716. 

HELLER, JACK. 

Just one lucky ticket. See HELLER, 
HAROLD. 

HELLER, JOHN. 

On the rebound; screenplay by John 
Heller & Martin Stone. 1st draft 
Dec. 20, 1971. 100 1. © Martin 
Stone & John Heller; 31Jan72; 
DU82446 . 

HELLMAN, LILLIAN. 

The collected plays. Boston, Little, 
Brown. 1st ed. 815 p. NM: 
compilation & revisions. © Lillian 
Hellman; 8Mar72; A336858. 

HELLMAN, LOUIS M. 

Three deliveries that changed the his- 
tory of the world. 34 1. Lecture. 
© Louis M. Hellman; 3May72; C27024 . 

HELPMANN, SIR ROBERT. 

Heathen.' See MAGOON, EATON, JR. 

HELTZEL, VIRGIL B. 

Stuart plays. See NETHERCOT, 
ARTHUR H. 

HENRY, JACK, pseud. See 
CAGAN, RICHARD S. 

HENRY, MARGUERITE. 

King of the wind. See MILLER, 
CLAIRE G. 
HEN SON, OLEEN M. 

Dictation tapes for Gregg shorthand, 
individual progress method. See 
LESLIE, LOUIS A. 



Presentation tapes for Gregg short- 
hand, individual progress method. 
See LESLIE, LOUIS A. 

HERMAN, FRED. 

Selling is simple. 24 1. Lecture. 
© American Salesmasters, Ltd.; 
lMay72; 027148. 

HERNANDEZ, CYNTHIA. 

The sun doesn't rise in September. 
128 1. A play in 3 acts. © Cynthia 
Hernandez; 10Feb72; DU82636. 

HERNANDEZ, RAFAEL. 

Cofresi; opereta en tres actos; libro 
de G. Pales Matos, musica de Rafael 
Hernandez. 2 v. © Peer Internation- 
al Corp.; llMay72; DU83664 . 

HERRICK, LANDON. 

The ghost caused all the trouble; a 
burlesque of Hamlet in 2 acts & 8 
scenes. 1 v. © Landon Herrick; 
l6Feb72; DU82607. 

HERRICK, LYNN. 

The Christmas tree; a mini-play. 4 1. 
© Lynn Herrick; 12Apr72; DU8309O. 

HERRS, MARILYN. 

Words cost ten cents. 
LARRY LANE. 

HERZ, ANDREW. 

Understanding Carole; a screenplay. 
77 1. © Andrew Herz; 19Apr72; 
DU83291 . 

HERZFELD, JOHN MICHAL. 

Dog the frog; a screenplay. 91 1- 
© John Michal Herzfeld; 25Feb72; 
DU82724. 
HESCHONG, NAOMI. 

Vibrations. See DOUGLASS, GAEL T. 

HESSNER, ZELDA. 
Lysistrata's lib. 
SIMON. 



See BATEMAN, 



See WAIHRIB, 



HESTER, JACK W. 

The rapture, by Jack W. Hester, LeRoy 
Hamilton & Luther A. Riddle. l4 1. 
Recording script. © Jack W. Hester, 
LeRoy Hamilton & Luther A. Riddle; 
8May72; C27038. 

HEWITT, ELIZABETH M. 

Seaweed and samphire. 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. © E. M. Hewitt; 24Apr72; 
DU83342. 

HEYMANN, JERRY. 

Channels. 45 1. A play. © Jerry 
Heyraann; l8jul72; DU84035 . 

HICKMAN, JAMES J. 

When a witch comes to call. See 
BEECHER, EARL. 



INC. STUDIO BROAD- 
See STUDIO BROAD- 



HIGHWOOD SERVICE, 
CASTING SYSTEM. 
CASTING SYSTEM. 

HILGER, RICHARD. 

The steeple; a play. 62 1. Two parts. 
© Richard Hilger; 27Mar72; DU83039. 

HILL, ABRAM BARRINGTON. 

Strivers Row; a satire. II5 1. Appl. 
tl. ; On Strivers Row. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 10Nov39, 66859. NM: revi- 
sion & additions. © Abram Hill; 
24Apr72; DU83336. 

HILL COUNTY, INC. 

Hill County. See THACKERAY, JAN. 

HILL, LUCIENNE. 

Dear Antoine. See ANOUILH, JEAN. 

HILL, MAURICE J. 

Large window on a small world; a play. 
Dramatists Play Service. 75 p. 
Three acts. © Maurice J. Hill; 
8Jun72; DP8018. 



HILL, PHILIP G. 

The living art; an introduction to 
theatre and drama. San Francisco, 
Rinehart Press. 578 p. Appl. states 
all new except text of plays. 
© Rinehart Press, a division of 
Holt, Rinehart & Winston, Inc.; 
2Jun71; A30l4o4. 

HILLS, D. JACKSON. 

Putah Slim. See DE RAFOLS, FRED. 

HILTON, CORRY. 

I, Martin Luther; television play. 
26 1. © Corry Hilton; 23May72; 
DU83667 . 

HINCKLEY, PAUL HERBERT. 

The game. 19 1. A play in 7 scenes. 
© Paul Herbert Hinckley; 30Mar72; 

DU83072. 
Jonah. 16 1. A play. ® Paul 

Herbert Hinckley; 26jan72; DU82164 . 
That dumb Christmas play. 10 1. A 

play. Includes music & lyrics for 

1 song. © Paul Herbert Hinckley; 

25Jan72; DU82395 . 

HIKES, JOHN. 

In memory of Jerry. New York, New 
Dimensions Pub. Co. 64 p . Three 
acts. © New Dimensions Pub. Co., 
Inc.; lNov70; DP7990. 

HINES, KAY. 

Horace Hodgefield; an original film 
script written by Kay Hines & 
Gloria Sylvestro. 75 1. © Gloria 
Sylvestro & Kay Hines; 4May72; 
DU83461. 

HINRICHSEN EDITION, LTD. 

The death of Antigone. See BRINDLE, 
REGINALD SMITH. 

HINSON, JEANNIE V. 

The red and the dead. 22 1. Script. 
© Jeannie V. Hinson; 19Apr72; 
DU83294 . 

HIRSCH, ABBY, pseud. See HIESCHOWITZ, 
ABRAHAM S. 

HIESCHPELD, AL. 

The best plays of 1970-1971. See 
GUERNSEY, OTIS L. , JR., ed. 

HIRSCHOWITZ, ABRAHAM S. 

Lost heritage, the dark race. I5 1. 
© Abraham S. Hirschowitz; 26May72; 
C27164 . 

HIRST, DONALD V. 

Emotions, illhess and disease. 10 1, 
Speech. © Donald V. Hirst; 15Nov71; 
C26597 . 

HOAG, WILLIAM. 

Fire in Firenze. 124 1. Screenplay, 
e William Hoag; 13Jan72; DU82283. 

HOAR, MARGARET. 

A bright day to you, Kieran Loftus. 
1 V. A musical play. © Margaret 
Hoar; 10Jan72; DU82166. 

HOBART, LOIS. See BLACK, LOIS HOBART. 

HOOKER, HELEN DOLORESE S. 

Elmira and the reluctant prophet; a 
1-aot play. 22 1 . ® Dolorese 
Hocker; 5Apr72; DU8316I. 

HODES, PAUL. 

The Edsel was a mistake. 83 1. 
A play. © Paul Hodes; 3Jan72; 
DU8215I. 



HODES, PAUL W. 

The arena. 52 1. A play. 
Hodes; 26jan72; DU824ll. 



Paul 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



31 



HODGE, DOUG. 

Midas: a screenplay. IJl 1. 

© Doug Hodge; 19 Jan? 2; DU82345 . 



HOFFMAN, GEORGE. 

The Goodwlfe Glover. 
GEORGE NAYEF. 



See KAYATTA, 



"°^"verythfng-out of the garden; boo. hy 
Marion Falrman, music by Karen 
Hoeue. 23 P- Appl. author: Arthur 
Sefi«ether, inc., employer f or V.^- . 
© Arthur Meriwether, Inc.; Itjunci, 
DP7903 . 

HOIBY, LEE. 

Summer and smoke; opera in two acts; 
music by Lee Hoiby, libretto by 
Lanford Wilson; based on the play by 
Tennessee Williams. Belwin-Mills 
Pub. Corp. 66 p. Two acts. Libret- 
to. MM: words & music. © Belwin- 
Mills Pub. Corp.; 3Apr72; DP7995. 

HOLDEN, ANTON. 

Be careful how you live; screenplay. 
15i+ 1. From the novel by Ed Lacy. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 1958, 1959- 
NM: screen dramatization. © Anton 
Holden Productions, Inc.; 30May72; 
DU83682. 
My brother, my sister. See PHILLIPS, 
IRNA. 

HOLDEN (ANTON) PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
Be careful how you live. See 
HOLDEN, ANTON. 

HOLLEY, MARY S. 

The pled piper. See MACKOWH, 
MARJORIE. 

HOLLEY, MRS. ROBERT. See 
HOLLEY, MARY S. 

HOLLIS, DARYL J. ^ ^ 

World of silence; from the short story. 

The long climb without, by Richard 

Rortlpv SI. A play in 5 scenes. 

I Daryi'j.^oilis;^Feb72; DU82522. 

HOLLYMATT, INC. 
Amazing Grace. 
MATTHEW T. 

HOLME, CHRISTOPHER. 

Pandora's box. See PABST, G. W. 

HOLMSTROM, JOHN. 

Plays. See GIRADOUX, JEAN. 

HOLT, FLOYD W. , . 

The firefly children. 37 1- A 
musical play in 5 scenes. Book & 
lyrics only. © Floyd W. Holt; 
30Mar72; DU82967 • 
HOLT, RINEHART & WINSTON, INC. 
Stuart plays. See NETHERCOT, 
ARTHUR H. 
HOLT, RINEHART 8: WINSTON, INC. RINEHART 
PRESS. See RINEHART PRESS. 

HOLT, RUTH VIOLET HIATT. 

The making of a shaman. 26 1 . A play 
in 4 scenes. © Ruth Violet Holt; 
llMay72; DU8357't . 

HOLTBY, GRACE. See ROBERTSON, GRACE. 

HOLTER, RICHARD D. v ,. 

Addiction. 9 1- (Definition) Radio 
script. © Richard D. Holter; 
31May72; C27173. 

HOMEWOOD, EDWARD R. See KASBERG, KARL 
G. , ESTATE OF. 

HON, DAVID C. 

9 plays from the mini rep. 1 v. 
© David C. Hon; 10Apr72; DP7992. 
HOOD, CURTIS. 

The fool. 1 V. A musical play m 
2 acts. Book & lyrics only. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 26Aug68, DU72421. 
NM- revisions. © Curtis Hood; 
10Apr72; DU83I95. 



See ROBINSON, 



HOOK, H. PHILLIP. 

Soterlology. 1 v. (Institute of 

Theological Studies recorded lecture 

series) Twenty-four lectures. 

© Outreach, Inc.; 28Dec71; C26313 . 

HOPE, BONNIE LEE. See INFANTE, BONNIE 
LEE HOPE. 

HOPKINS, ANTONY. 

Dr. Musikus; an opera designed 

especially for the young. London, 

J. & W. Chester. 101 1. 

© J. & W. Chester, Ltd.; 8Nov71; 

DPO-1862. 

HOPKINS, BEN W. 

Folio of recitations. Vol.2, written 
by the Prophet Benjamin, pseud. 
Sublimation; I'm gonna own me a 
seven-story roarhouse; We just ain't 
gonna do that to my tom-cat. 1 v. 
© Ben W. Hopkins; 20Apr72; C269'fO. 

HOPKINS, GERALD W. ^ ^ 

Mr. Peeps. 78 1 . A play in 2 acts. 
© Gerald W. Hopkins; lMar72; DUb3270. 

HOPKINS, JOAN COBB. . 

Sleeping beauty; or. The changing of 
Zorelda's self-image. An operetta 
bv Joan Cobb based on the Grimm 
brothers' fairy tale. Piano arrange- 
ments by Ida Bostelmann-Cobb & Joan 
Cobb. Two acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. l6May58, EU524528. NM: drama- 
tization & additional songs. © Joan 
Cobb Hopkins; 13Mar72; Du82662. 

KORAN, PATRICIA. 

Up. See GUHN, GWENDOLYN. 

HORN, JOSEPH ROBERT. 

Human life: growth and development. 
Pt 1-2. 10 1. Script. © Joseph 
Robert Horn; 22Mar72 ; C26893 . 

HORWITZ, BERNARD. 

Haym Salomon the liberty broker. 
1 V. A musical play. © Bernard 
Horwitz; 29Mar72; DU83052. 

HORWITZ, LEONARD. 

A booth called war; a play in 10 
scenes. 123 1. Includes music & 
lyrics for 3 songs. © Leonard 
Horwitz; 24Apr72; DU8334l . 

HOUCHENS, JAMES ANDERSON. 

The police; narrative to accompany 
the fllmstrlp. Sheet. © James 
Anderson Houchens ; 6Mar72; C27087 . 

HOUCK, JOY N., JR. 

Ace of spades; an original screenplay 
by Joy N. Houck, Jr., John J. Mllane 
& Robert A. Weaver. 1 v. © Joy-Oke 
Productions; 5May72; DU83353. 

HOUGHTON MIFFLIN CO. 

The forms of drama. See CORRIGAN, 
ROBERT W. 

HOUSLEY, CARL BLAIR. ^„„.„. 

The demand for state park attendance, 
a lecture. 15 1- © Carl Blair 
Housley; 10Apr72; C26901. 

HOUSTON, ROBERT. 

The trials and trlbs of Henry Gibbs; 
a play in two acts. 88 1 . © Robert 
Houston; 24May72; DU83705 . 



HOWARD, DONALD. 

King; a play in twelve scenes. 123 1. 
S Donald Howard; 25Feb72; DU82689. 

HOWARD, MARY SANTZ. 

In Marion's house; a play in two acts 
by Mary Sans Howard. 67 1. 
©Mary S. Howard; l6May72; DU83589. 

HOWARD, ^aGEL, pseud. See FLEISHER, 
ADOLPH. 



HOWERTER, GENE. 

Introduction to cooperative part- 
time programs in vocational educa- 
tion. See EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATES. 

HOWIE, CHARLES J. 

Good intentions; original story & 
screenplay by Charles J. Howie & 
Diana H. Howie. 1 v. © Charles J. 
Howie Sr Diana M. Howie; 10Feb72; 
DU82673 . 
HOWIE, DIANA M. 

Good intentions. See HOWIE, 
CHARLES J. 

HOWREY, ELLEN KAUPKE. 

Santa Claus, superstar; puppet show. 
22 1. A musical play in 6 scenes. 
Book & lyrics only. © Ellen Kaupke 
Howrey; 7Feb72; DU82536. 

HUBLEY, FAITH. 

Dig. See HUBLEY, JOHN. 

HUBLEY, JOHN. 

Dig; a trip under the crust. By 
John & Faith Hubley. 13 1- 
A screenplay. © John Hubley & 
Faith Hubley; 30Dec71; DU82210. 

HUCKS, WILLIAM R., JB. 

The miracle of creating through 
technology; text, music & lyricS 
by Dickson Hughes, pseud. 2 v. 
A musical play. © Dickson Line, 
Inc.; 29Mar72; DU83064. 

HUDSON, EARNEST L. 

Rebellion 369. 46 1 . A play in 3 
acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 1971. 
NM: prologue. © Earnest L. Hudson; 
12Apr72; DU83267 . 

HUDSON, JAMES. 

Yellow bar; a film script. 1 v. 
© James Hudson; l4jun72; DU83767. 

HUDSON, WADE, JR. 

One who came back; a play in one act. 
23 1. © Wade Hudson, Jr.; 8jun72; 
DU84003 . 

HUGAR, RONALD C. 

All for nothing. 43 1. A play. 

© Ronald C. Hugar; 26Apr72; DU83373. 
A twist of hate. 29 1. © Ronald C. 
Hugar; 29Mar72; DU82946. 

HUGH ART, BARRY. 

Sing along with Billy Blake; an 
original screenplay. 121 1. 
Includes lyrics for 1 song. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 8Nov71, DU81706. 
NM: revisions. © Barry Hughart; 
7Apr72; DU83I82. 

HUGHES, DICKSON, pseud. See HUCKS, 
WILLIAM R., JR. 

HUGHES, GWYNETH. See LASRY, GWYNETH 
HUGHES . 

HUGHES, HOWARD R. 

Remarks upon departure for around the 
world flight, July 1938. Sheet. 
© Rosemont Enterprises, Inc.; 
13Apr72; C26909. 
Remarks upon departure for around the 
world flight -- July I938. Sheet. 
Appl. states prev. reg. NM: revi- 
sion. © Rosemont Enterprises, Inc.; 
lMay72; C27028. 
Remarks upon return from around the 
world flight, -July 1938. Sheet. 
© Rosemont Enterprises, Inc.; 
13Apr72; C26908. 



HUGHES, RICHARD. 

The sisters' tragedy. 
GEORGE DAVID. 



See EDDLEMAN, 



HUHN, AUSTIN 0., II. 

Blacktide; or. Lost key. A play suit^ 
able for the live or sound stage. 
81 1. © Austin 0. Huhn II; 10Jan68; 
DP7948. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan.-Ju 



HULL J KENHETH G. , II. 

Rally; a musical comedy in two acts. 
1 V. © Kenneth G. Hull II; 22Jun72; 
DU83993. 

HULLAND, FRAHKLIN A. 

Itemized legal charges. 8 1. 
© Franklin A. Hulland; 25Feb72; 
C26684 . 

HUMAK INTERACTIOH systems, INC. 

Listening and communication skills 
training. See GRZEGOREK, ALFRED E. 

HUNT, RUTHIE L. 

What is our health-related facility' 
<* 1. Lecture. © Ruthie L. Hunt; 
12Nov71; 026298. 

HUNTER, HELEN, pseud. See CURLEY, HELEN. 

HURDLE, IRVING Q., II. 

[A seminar in human relations 1 See 
SHAW, tf. DAVID. 

HURLEY, KAREN. 

The wharf. l4 1. A Play. © Karen 
Hurley; 28Feb72; DU83271. 

HURLEY, WALTER V. 

Put me back in the box, by Walt V. 
Hurley. 6 1. A play in 1 act. 
© Walter V. Hurley; 23May72; DU83560. 
Shoot the juice to me, baby; By 
Walt V. Hurley. 7 1. A play in 
7 scenes. © Walter V. Hurley; 
21Apr72; DU83314. 

HURTAK, JAMES JOACHIM. 

A new theory for the relativity of 
mind-space; paper read at the 
Alpha/Blo-Feedback Conference. 
13 1. © James Joachim Hurtak; 
4peb72; C26463. 

HUSSON, ALBERT. 

Le centaure; comedie en deux actes. 
1 V. © Albert Husson; 24Apr72: 
DU83413. 

THE BUTTON BROS. 

Earthllght II. See COHEN, DAVID. 



IBSEN, HEHRIK. 

An enemy of the people; translated 
by David Scanlon; Five acts. 
(In Protest; Man against society, 
edited by Gregory Armstrong. 
New York, Bantam Books. P.I5-9I) 
© on translation; David Scanlon; 
3Feb69; DF7952. 
Hedda Gabler; piece en quatre agtes; 
version francaise de Gilbert Sigaux. 
[Paris] Galllmard. II8 p. NM: 
translation. ® Editions Galllmard; 
30Mar72; DFO-I879. 
Peer Gynt. See ZEIDELMAN, CLAIRE. 

ICHELSON, ALBERT. 

Rome; lyrics by Albert Ichelson, music 
by Ralph Parrett. 2 sheets. 
© Albert Ichelson; 24Feb72; C26445 . 

IGNATIEV, MIKHAEL, pseud. See 
NAUM, EUGENE. 

IGO, HAROLD. 

Caviar to the general; a farce- 
fantasy for tomorrow, in three acts 
& six scenes. 1 v. © Harold Igo: 
l6Feb72; DU8237I. 

IHDE, ALBERT JAMES, JR. 

Vampire in Congress; biting political 
satire. 39 l. Screenplay. © Albert 
Ihde, the Washington Film Group, 
Inc.; 15Feb72; DU82596. 



IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CORP. 
African studies collection. 4 v. 
Tape scripts. Contents: Liberia 
and Rhodesia.— South-west Africa 
and Zambia. — South Africa. — South 
Africa. © Imperial International 
Learning Corp.; 26Apr72; C26982. 

INDIA MUSIC, INC. 

Santa Claus and his old lady See 
MARIN, RICHARD. 

INDIANA UNIVERSITY PRESS. 

The early plays of Mikhail Bulgakov. 
See BULGAKOV, MIKHAIL APANASIEVICH. 

INFANTE, BONNIE LEE HOPE. 

The way out, by Bonnie Lee Hope. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Bonnie Lee Hope 
Infante; 6Apr72; DU83444. 

INFORMATICS CENTER. 

Super probe; TV show or feature. 4 1. 
Appl. authors: Carl Moller & Mary 
Ellen Moller. © Carl Moller & Mary 
Ellen Moller; 26Jan72; C26459. 

INGE, WILLIAM. 

Overnight; a two-act drama. 128 1 
© William Inge; lMay72; DU83428. 

INGRAHAM, DONALD GORDON. 

The scarlet mouche; concocted for the 
Oznowlcz marionettes. 75 1. A play 
in 9 scenes. © Donald Gordon 
Ingraham; 22Feb72; DU8266O. 
The steadfast tin soldier, by Hans 
Christian Andersen; adapted by Don 
Ingraham. 62 1. Two acts. © Donald 
Gordon Ingraham; 13Apr72; DU83091 . 

INNEO, ANTHONY. 

Cantervllle. See MARCH, DAVID. 
Thank you; an original screenplay. 
65 1. © Anthony Inneo; 17May72; 
DU836O5 . 

INSTITUTE FOR DERMATOLOGIC COMMUNICATIONS 
& EDUCATION. 

Skin lesions depicted and defined. 
See SULZBERGER, MARION B. 

INSTITUTE FOR RELIGIOUS & SOCIAL STUDIES. 
How can individual or small-group par-' 
ticipation influence long-range, 
large-scale decisions? Should it? 
A model from Black church experience, 
by Lorentho Wooden; Insights from 
Jesuit experience in discerning God's 
will for individual and community, by 
William J. Byron. 65 1. Tape script. 
© Institute for Religious & Social 
Studies; 8May72; C27033. 
How can present Institutions in New 
York City achieve balance between 
conformity and dissent? A model for 
community renewal through community 
organization, by Norman C. Eddy; 
Insights from Jewish experience on 
leaving the medieval ghetto, by Ismar 
Schorsch. 79 1. Tape script. 
© Institute for Religious & Social 
Studies; 8May72; C27029. 
How can the self-fulfillment of one 
human being in our society relate to 
the self-fulfillment and self-respect 
of others? A model from the extended 
African family, by John F. Middleton; 
Insights from Protestant experience 
in recovery of the personal dimen- 
sion, by Robert T. Handy. 76 1. 
Tape script. © Institute for Reli- 
gious & Social Studies; 8Mav72: 
C27032. 
How does the corporate structure relate 
to the individual human being? 
A model from education, by David 
Seeley; Insights from Jewish experi- 
ence in the medieval ghetto, by 
Gerson D. Cohen. 96 1. Tape script. 
© Institute for Religious & Social 
Studies; 8May72; C27030. 



How -- regardless of his contribution 
— can each human being rightfully 
be entitled to life, liberty and the 
pursuit of happiness? Among social 
supports for individual fulfillment, 
a model for local well-being, by Tom 
Levin; Insights from the Jewish vi- 
sion of the fulfilled human life, by 
Yochanan Muffs. 78 1. Tape script. 
© Institute for Religious & Social 
Studies; 8May72; C27031. 

INSURORS PRESS, INC. 

Automobile insurance policies. 

Aut. 181-184. 1 V. Slide script. 
© Insurers Press, Inc.; 31Mar72: 
C26848. 
'General liability coverages. 

GLI-191— 194. 4 V. Recording 
scripts. Appl. tl.: General 
liability jacket and parts . 
© Insurors Press, Inc.; 3Apr72; 
C25860. 
The homeowners policy. Hoi. 210-213. 
1 V. Slide script. © Insurors 
Press, Inc.; 31Mar72; C26849 
IIA on tape. INS 21. l4 v. Scripts 
© Insurors Press, Inc.; l6Feb72; 
C26559. ' 

Insurance policy analysis. lPA-171— 
174. 4 V. Recording scripts. 
© Insurors Press, Inc.; 3Apr72; 
C2686I . 

INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANTS 
(NORTH AMERICA) LTD. 
The achiever's profile. Theme 3-1. 
7 1. Recording script. © Inter- 
national Behavioural Consultants 
(North America) Ltd.; 28Feb72; 

Achieving continuous growth. Theme 
3-9- 8 1. Recording script. 
© International Behavioural Consult- 
ants (North America) Ltd.; 28Feb72- 
026782. '<="(«:, 

Becoming a trainer. Theme 4-8. 8 1 
Recording script. © International' 
Behavioural Consultants (North Amer- 
ica) Ltd.; 28Feb72; C26791. 
Breakthrough with brainstorming. 

Theme 2-7. 9 1. Recording script. 
© International Behavioural Consult- 
ants (North America) Ltd.; 28Feb72; 
C26770. 
Bridging the generation gap. Theme 
4-5. 9 1. Recording script. 
© International Behavioural Consult- 
ants (Worth America) Ltd.; 28Feb72; 
C26788. 
Concepts of group effectiveness. 

Theme 2-1. 91. Recording script. 
© International Behavioural Consult- 
ants (North America) Ltd.; 28Feb72- 
C26764. 
Conducting an effective meeting. 

Theme 2-5. 91. Recording script. 
© International Behavioural Consult- 
ants (North America) Ltd.; 28Feb72: 
C26768. 
Developing career goals. Theme 3-3. 
9 1. Recording script. © Inter- 
national Behavioural Consultants 
(North America) Ltd.; 28Feb72; 
026776. 
Developing departmental goals. Theme 
2-3. 9 1. Recording script. 
© International Behavioural Consult- 
ants (North America) Ltd.; 28Feb72; 
C26766 . 
Developing life-style goals. Theme 
3-10. 9 1. Recording script. 
© International Behavioural Consult- 
ants (North America) Ltd.; 28Feb72: 
C26783. ' 

Developing standards of performance. 
Theme 1-4. 10 1. Recording script. 
© International Behavioural Consult- 
ants (North America) Ltd.: 28Peb72- 
C26757. 
Devising a training program. Theme 
4-9. 8 1. Recording script. 
© International Behavioural Consult- 
ants (North America) Ltd.; 28Feb72; 
026792. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



33 



Employee development. Theme 1-10. 
9 1. Recording script. © Inter- 
national Behavioural Consultants 
(North America) Ltd.; 28Feb72; 
C26763. 
The employment interview. Theme 1-1. 
9 1. Recording script. © Inter- 
national Behavioural Consultants 
(North America) Ltd.; 28Feb72; 
C2675't. 
Getting an employee off to a good 

start. Theme 1-2. 10 1. Recording 
script. © International Behavioural 
Consultants (North America) Ltd.; 
28Feb72; 026755- 
Getting responsibility into the job. 
Theme 1-3. 10 1. Recording script. 
© International Behavioural Consult- 
ants (North America) Ltd.; 28Feb72; 
C2675D. 
Handling conflict in a group. Theme 
2-6. 9 1. Recording script. 
© International Behavioural Consult- 
ants (North America) Ltd.; 28Feb72; 
026769. 
Handling personal problems. Theme 1-9. 
10 1. Recording script. © Inter- 
national Behavioural Consultants 
(North America) Ltd.; 28Feb72; 
C26762. 
Helping an employee learn his job. 
Theme 1-5. 8 1. Recording script. 
© International Behavioural Consult- 
ants (North America) Ltd.; 28Feb72; 

C2675B. , , , 

How do adults learn? Theme 4-6. O 1. 
Recording script. © International 
Behavioural Consultants (North Amer- 
ica) Ltd.; 28Feb72; 026789. 
How to become an achiever. Theme 3-2. 

8 1. Recording script. © Inter- 
national Behavioural Consultants 
(North America) Ltd.; 28Feb72; 

C26775 . 

How to develop an achieving team. 
Theme 2-2. 8 1. Recording script. 
© International Behavioural Consult- 
ants (North America) Ltd.; 28Feb72; 
026765. 

Identifying learning needs. Theme 4-7. 

9 1. Recording script. © Inter- 
national Behavioural Consultants 
(North America) Ltd.; 28Feb72; 
026790. _ 

Improving communication skills . Theme 
3-6. 9 1. Recording script. 
© International Behavioural Consult- 
ants (North America) Ltd.; 28Peb72; 

026779. 

Management of time. Theme 3-4. 9 1. 
Recording script. © International 
Behavioural Consultants (North Amer- 
ica) Ltd.; 2BFeb72; 026777- 

The management process. Theme 4-2. 
8 1. Recording script. © Inter- 
national Behavioural Consultants 
(North America) Ltd.; 28Feb72; 
026785. „ , 

Managing change. Theme 2-10. 9 J-- 
Recording script. © International 
Behavioural Consultants (North Amer- 
ica) Ltd.; 28Feb72; C26775- 

Managing discipline. Theme 1-8- 8 1. 
Recording script. © International 
Behavioural Consultants (North Amer- 
ica) Ltd.; 28Feb72; C2676I . 

Measuring training results. Theme 
4-10. 9 1. Recording script. 
© International Behavioural Consult- 
ants (North America) Ltd.; 28Feb72; 

026793. 

Organization for getting things done. 
Theme 2-4. 8 1. Recording script. 
© International Behavioural Consult- 
ants (North America) Ltd.; 28Feb72; 
026767. 

Organization renewal- Theme ^-9- 
9 1. Recording script. © Inter- 
national Behavioural Consultants 
(North America) Ltd.; 28Feb72; 
026772 

The performance appraisal interview. 
Theme 1-6. 8 1. Recording script. 
© International Behavioural Consult- 
ants (North America) Ltd.; 28Feb72; 
026759- 



Preparing for promotion. Theme 3-7. 

8 1. Recording script. © Inter- 
national Behavioural Consultants 
(North America) Ltd.; 28Feb72; 
026780 . 

Relating to the boss. Theme 3-5- 

9 1. Recording script. © Inter- 
national Behavioural Consultants 
(North America) Ltd.; 28Feb72; 
C25'i'78. ^^ , , Q 1 

The salary interview. Theme 1-7. o 1. 
Recording script. © International 
Behavioural Consultants (North Amer- 
ica) Ltd.; 28Feb72; C26760 . 

think- tanking new solutions. Theme 
2-8. 9 1. Recording script. 
© International Behavioural Consult- 
ants (North America) Ltd.; 28Feb72; 
C26771. 

Understanding theory Y. Theme 3-8. 

7 1. Recording script. © Inter- 
national Behavioural Consultants 

(North America) Ltd.; 28Feb72; 

C2678I . 

The universal human characteristics. 
Theme 4-3. 8 1. Recording script. 
© International Behavioural Consult- 
ants (North America) Ltd.; 28Feb72; 
C26786 . 

What are the new motivations? Theme 
4-1. 8 1. Recording script. 
© International Behavioural Consult- 
ants (North America) Ltd.; 28Feb72; 
026784 . , , 

Why are people different? Theme 4-4. 

8 1. Recording script. © Inter- 
national Behavioural Consultants 
(North America) Ltd.; 28Feb72; 
026787. 

lONESCO, EUGENE. 

Macbett. [Paris] Gallimard. 104 p. 
(Le Manteau d'Arlequln) © Editions 
Gallimard; 30Jan72; DFO-I865. 

IRELAND, AMONA. 

The unexpected. 4 1. A play. 

© Amona Ireland; 27Apr72; DU8338I. 

IRVING, WASHINTON. 

Ichabod Crane. See ZEIDELMAN, CLAIRE. 
Rip Van Winkle. See MAISSEL, 
ALEXANDER. 

IRWIN, JUDITH WEATHERFORD. 

The death of Chief Tilokaikt; an Ameri- 
can tragedy; a drama in 3 acts. 
66 1. © Judith Weatherford Irwin; 
12N0V71; DP7967. 

IRWIN, VERA RUSHFORTH. 

Four classical Asian plays in modern 
translation. Baltimore, Penguin 
Books. 332 p. (A Pelican original, 
A1249) © on compilation; Vera 
Eushforth Irwin; 28jan72; A327769- 

ISAAK, DELANE W. 

A conversation with Pearl S. Buck. 
See BUCK, PEARL S. 

ISACSON, BRUCE PHILLIP. 

Seagulls don't bother me. 85 1 . 

Screenplay. © Bruce Phillip Isacson; 
12JU172; DU83961. 



J 



J.W.J. PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
The party after the fight. 
MICHAEL M. 



See GOSS, 



JACKOWAY, JON. 

The unconventional death of Father 
Trimlelgh. 68 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Jon Jackoway; 10Peb72; DU82554. 

JACKSON, BERNIOE HAMMOND. 

Hokus-pokus (Hocus-pocus) By Bernice 
Hammond. 1 v. A musical play. 
© Bernice Hammond; 21Jun72; DU0395D. 



JACKSON, DOUGLAS WILLIAM. 

Louie cawn't; musical comedy. 
1 V. Two acts. Book & lyrics 
only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
9Mar71, DU79975. MM: lyrics (c 
revision. © Douglas VJilliam 
Jackson (Aaron Logan); lMay72; 
DU83319- 

JACKSON, HARRELL. 

The funky squirrel; music by Lew Tobin, 
words by Harrell Jackson. Sheet. 
© Harrell Jackson; 24jan72; C26372. 

JACKSON, LOUIS. 

Black power 1 Screenplay. 1 v. 

With music. Appl- states prev. reg. 
NM: screenplay adaptation with 
additions. © Louis Jackson d.b.a. 
Chief Great Smoke Productions; 
19May72; DU8369'*- 

JACKSON, MARY T. 

Phlllis Wheatley; play in two acts. 
12 1. © Mary T. Jackson; 21Mar72; 
DU83020 . 

JACOBS, JUDITH. 

Superdupersoupermarket; a humorous 
dance psychodrama for today's 
children. 26 1. © Judith Jacobs; 
llJan72; DU82713. 

JACOBS, MARSHALL R. ^ „ ^ 

Permit me voyage; the story of Hart 
Crane. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Marshall R. Jacobs; 17May72; 
DU83607 - 

JACOBS, RONALD H. 

Recycle documentary. 30 1. Radio 
script. © Ronald H. Jacobs; 
3Apr72; C26863 - 

JACOBSON, AARON. 

Blondell; a comedy in two acts by Aaron 
Jacobson & Lee E. Jacobson. 1 v. 
® Aaron Jacobson & Lee E. Jacobson; 
12May72; DU835'J8. 

JACOBSON, DAN. 

Goldrocks and the three bears. See 
JACOBSON, GENE. 

JACOBSON, GENE. 

Goldrocks and the three bears; origi- 
nal screenplay; based on a story by 
pan Jacobson. 9th draft. 104 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 30Dec71, 
DU82118. NM: revisions. © Gene 
Jacobson; 12Jun72; DU83868. 

JACOBSON, LEE E. 

Blondell. See JACOBSON, AARON. 

JACQUES, RICHARD. 

A nous la liberte. See CLAIR, 
RENE. 

JAEGER, HENRIETTA M. 

It's a dog's world. 9 1. A play in 
1 act. © Hen Jaeger; 10Apr72; 
DU832OO. 

JAEGER, T. MICHAEL. 

1 plus then; screenplay. 72 1. 
© T. Michael Jaeger; 2Feb72; 
DU82469. 

JAFFE, BRIAN M. 

Thanatopsis; an original play. 57 1- 
Two acts. © Brian M. Jaffe; 
17Apr72; DU83253 • 

JAMES, FRANK, pseud. See LUZZI, 
FRANK, JR. 

JAMES, JESSICA. 

The Arthur and Myra show; a screenplay 
by Jessica James & Marita Simpson. 
60 1. © Marita Simpson & Jessica 
James; 13Mar72; DU82901. 



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JAMES, M. A., SR. 

The wonder woman; an original story 
written & adapted for television. 
30 1. © M. A. James, Sr.; 3Jan72; 
DU82154. 

JAMESON, JAMIE G. 

Conspiracy. See LONG, J. ARTHUR. 

JANATA, THOMAS ARTHUR. 

Mushrooms forever; an original screen- 
play Sc lyrics by Grant Crawford, 
pseud. 1 V. Appl , states prev. reg. 
l8Sep71; DU81358. NM: lyrics. 
© Thomas Arthur Janata; 12May72; 
DU835g6. 

JAKZ, MILLI. 

Pennington's pride. See LEIBU, DOLLEE. 

JAROSZ, PHILLIP. 

The swing; a one-act play. 26 1. 
® Phillip Jarosz; 8Mar72; DU82839. 

JEFFERSON, ETHEL MARia 

The King's Men story. See JEFFERSON, 
JAMES, JR. 

JEFFERSON, JAMES, JR. 

The King's Men story; a dramatico- 
musical documentary. 12 1. Script. 
® James Jefferson, Jr. & Ethel Marie 
Jefferson; 24jan72; C26257. 

JEFFERSON, MARCELLUS, JR. 

The fastest man on earth. 2 1. 

Recitation. © Marcellus Jefferson, 
Jr.; 10Apr72; C26897 . 

JENKINS, JERHY B. 

To catch the golden rings . See 
SHIPPY, DENNIS. 

JENKINS, LEONARD. 

Kitty Hawk. 44 1. A play in 3 acts. 
® Leonard Jenkins; lMar72; DU82771. 

JENNINGS, FABIAN JOSEPH. 

Charles Manson a.k.a. Jesus Christ. 
68 1. A musical play in 2 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © Fabian Joseph 
Jennings; 21Jan72; DU82138. 

JENNINGS, JAMES. 

Indian. 170 1. Screenplay. © James 
Jennings; l8Feb72; DUB2420. 

JEROLAMON, GERALD ALLEN, JR. 

Edward Teach tries Wynken, Blynken 
and Nod. 4l 1. A play. © Gerald 
Allen Jerolamon, Jr.; 3ADr72: 
DU83114. 



JEROME, JEROME K. 
Dancing partner. 
JOHN F. 



See KEARNEY, 



JERUSALEM PUB. CO. 
Build your own fire. 
W. LEO. 



See DANIELS, 



JIRGAL, EVELYN M. 

The circle of excellence; one-act play. 
28 1. © Evelyn M. Jirgal; l4Mar72; 
DU82906 . 

JOBES, ANNETT JANE. 

Saml's rapp; music by Sonny Limbo, 
words by Sami Jo, pseud, of Annett 
Jane Jobes . 2 sheets. © Music 
Friends Music; 24May72; C27l4l. 

JODAITIS, LADISLAUS T. 

On prehistoric systematic composition 
underlying current languages. Lec- 
ture no.l. 2 sheets. © Ladislaus 
T. Jodaitls; 30May72; C27170. 

JOFFROY, PIERRE. 

3;.l'tl6; ou. La punltion. Paris, 
Bernard Grasset. l46 p. Three 
parts. © Editions Bernard Grasset; 
30NOV71; DFO-1866. 



JOHANSON, LYNN STEVEN. 

One and a half Samaritans; a comedy in 
three acts. 46 1 . © Lynn Steven 
Johanson; 9Jun72; DU83732. 

JOHNSON, ARTHUR G. 

Article 48; an original play. 1 v. 
Two acts. © Arthur G. Johnson; 
l4Mar72; DU82908. 

JOHNSON, DAVID. 

Now is forever. See HABDISTY, 
MARGARET ELIZABETH. 

JOHNSON, DEE STRICKLAND. 

MacLeod o' Dunatore; a dance-drama in 
two acts. 1 V. © Dee Strickland 
Johnson; 10Apr72; DU83196. 

JOHNSON, DOUGLAS A. 

Miles glorlosus; adapted from Plautus . 
85 1. A play in 2 acts. © Douglas 
A. Johnson; l4jun72; DU83985 . 

JOHNSON, GERALD ALPHONSO. 

Credit and collection course. 1 v. 
© Gerald Alphonso Johnson; 4May72; 
C27079. 

JOHNSON, JEAN. 

OJenke. See MCNEIL, DORIS. 

JOHNSON, M., pseud. See 
MEADERS, MARGARET S. 

JOHNSON, MABEL. 

The pageant of Skalvalla; a fantasy in 
one act. 26 1. A musical play. 
Book & lyrics only. © Mabel 
Johnson; 3Apr72; DU82944. 

JOHNSON, MARION L. 

Tirablewit; a play for children by 

Marian Jonson, pseud. Chicago, Coach 
House Press. 46 p. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 1958, DU47797, & 1962, 
DU55038. © Marion L. Johnson (Marian 
Jonson); 2Mar72 (in notice: 1971); 
DP8013. 

JOHNSON, MAX, JR. 

The visions of Juan Valdez . See 
WARD, EARNEST V., JR. 

JOHNSON, NANCY- JO. 

A spirit of the crown; a play in 1 act. 
IS 1. O Nancy- Jo Johnson; 22Mar72; 
DU827S7. 

JOHNSON, ROBERT C, JR. 

Scag. 4l 1. A play in 2 acts. 

© Robert C. Johnson, Jr.; 22Jun72; 
DU83992. 

JOHNSON, RUBY KELLEY. 

Dialects and speech patterns. See 
BOYWTON, ROBERT W. 

JOHNSON, WALLACE. 

Sexameron. 101 1. Sixteen plays. 
Includes lyrics for 1 song. 
© Wallace Johnson; 28Feb72; 
DU82503 . 

JOINER, SHARON MARIE. 

I can't find me In this nowhere scene! 
A musical; monologues & dialogues by 
Bernice LaVerne Collins; lyrics & 
music by Sharon Marie Joiner. 18 1. 
Five scenes . © Sharon Marie Joiner 
c& Bernice LaVerne Collins; 20Mar72; 
DU82963 . 

JONAS, THOMAS JOHN. 

Smile: a model for teaching under- 
graduates about communication 
process. By Thomas J. Jonas, Ken- 
neth V. Eckhart & Vincent DlSalvo. 
5 1. © Thomas John Jonas; lPeb72 • 
C26439. 

JONEL, MON, pseud. See AUERBACH, 
DAVID MARTIN. 



JONES, BOB. 

The altogether lovely One. 4 1. 
Sermon. © Bob Jones University 
Press; 24Feb72; C26627 . 

JONES, BRUCE E. 

Toward the urban ecological Utopia. 
8 1. Speech. © Bruce E. Jones; 
17Mar72; C2687I. 

JONES, CHARLES M. 

A Christmas portrait. 1 v. A musical 
play. © Charles M. Jones; lMar72; 
DU82525 . 

JONES, CLAIRE. 

Here comes the circus; by Claire Jones 
& Bob Varga. 14 1. A play. 
© Claire Jones & Bob Varga; 
29Mar72; DU83067 . 

JONES, DONALD PATRICK. 

The evolution of an American youth 
culture; a radio script of music 
& commentary written by Donald 
Patrick Jones & Christopher Cyrus 
Pence. 13 1. © Donald Patrick 
Jones & Christopher Cyrus Pence; 
4Feb72; C26461. 

JONES, DONALD RAYBURN. 

Certain sacrifices are in. order; a 
play in three acts by Kenneth 
Callison, pseud, of Donald Rayburn 
Jones k Gordon Qulncy, pseud, of 
John Gordon Adams. 32 1. © John 
Gordon Adams & Donald Rayburn Jones; 
l6Dec71; DU82200. 

JOKES, ELVA G. 

No church next Sunday; a two act 
comedy-drama by Gene-Olivar Jones. 
1 v. © Elva G. Jones; 3Peb72; 
DU82509. 

JONES, EMILY. 

Good news: a myth or a must? By 
Emily Jones & Wendell A. Peters. 
81. A lecture. © Wendell Austin 
Peters & Emily Jones; l4Mar72; 

c 26744. 

JONES, GENE-OLIVAR. See JONES, ELVA G. 



JONES, GUIL. 
GUILFORD. 



See JONES, ROBERT 



JONES, MICHAEL A. 

Martene. See DU BOIS, WILLIAM L. 

JONES, ROBERT G., III. 

The hawk; an origina.l screenplay by 
Gull Jones. 35 1. ©Robert G. 
Jones III; 10Jan72; DU82244. 

JONES, ROBERT GUILFORD. 

The hawk; or. Changes. By Gull Jones. 
35 1. Screenplay. © Robert 
Guilford Jones; 28Feb72; DU82734. 

JONES, TREVOR. 

Hildegarde; a musical play for child 
audience; book by Jocelyn Bishop, 
lyrics & music by Trevor Jones. 
2 v. Four scenes. © Jocelyn Bishop 
& Trevor Jones; 24Mar72; DU83284. 

JONES, WILLA SAUNDERS. 

Chicago's passion play; a dramatico- 
musical production. 38 1. Book 
only. © Willa Saunders Jones; 
15May72; DU83517. 



JONES, WILLIS KNAPP. 

Two plays: Crown of light. See 
USIGLI, RODOLFO. 

JONSON, MARIAN, pseud. See JOHNSON 
MARION L. 

JORDAN, ELIZABETH. 

Death at dinner; a play in four acts. 
1 v. © Elizabeth Jordan; 25May72; 
DU83773 . 



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35 



JORDAN, NORMAN. 

In the last days; a ritual. 55 !• 
A musical play. Book & lyrics 
only. © Norman Jordan; 5DecYl; 
DU82293 . 

JORDAN, PHILIP H. 

The American woman in love. 6 1. 
© Philip H. Jordan; 6Apr72; C26923. 

The American woman in love. Pt . 2. 
8 1. © Philip H. Jordan; 10Apr72; 
C27068. 
A ballad for New York. 5 1. © Philip 
H. Jordan; 25Feb72; 026599- 

JORDAN, PHILIP HARDING. 

Thoughts at theatre time. Sheet. 
© Philip Harding Jordan; 4Apr72; 
C26922. 



JOSELOVITZ, ERNEST ALLAN. 

Hagar's children; a drama, with music, 
in three acts. 100 1. Book & lyrics 
only. © Ernest Allan Joselovitz; 
6Jun72; DU83696. 

JOSEPHS, RAOUL, pseud. 

The money; an original screenplay by 
Raoul Josephs, pseud, of Lewis 
Joseph Stecher III & Raoul Mazzoni. 
61 1. © Lewis Joseph Stecher III & 
Raoul Mazzoni; 9Feb72; DU825't7. 

JOY, ARTHUR FRANCIS. 

A bicycle built for ten. 57 1. A 
musical play in 2 acts. Book Sc 
lyrics only. © Arthur Francis Joy; 
21Apr72; DU83525. 

The passing of Mrs. Eddy; adapted from 
a section in the biography, Mary 
Baker Eddy -- the truth and the tra- 
dition, by Ernest Sutherland Bates & 
John V. Dittemore. 16 1 . A play in 
10 scenes. NM: additions & dramati- 
zation. © Arthur Francis Joy; 
19Apr72; DU83283 . 

JOY-OKE PRODUCTIONS. 

Ace of spades. See HOUCK, JOY H. , 
JR. 

JOY, RON. 

Click click. 159 1- Screenplay, 
e Ron Joy; 22Jun72; DU83990 . 

JUDKINS, KATHERINE. 

A visit to historic Savannah on tape. 
See LEE, ELIZABETH A. 

JULIAN, ROBERT. 

Basic labor law. Tape no. 1-5. 55 1- 
Scripts. © Cornell University; 
4jan72; C26293- 

JULIEN, VIRGINIA W. 

Black writers and black sociohistoriog 
raphy; lecture. 5 1. © Virginia W. 
Julien; 7Jul72; C27296- 

JUMP, VINNIE MORROW. 

Over the law of the land. 7 1- 
Speech. © Vinnie Morrow Jump; 
12Apr72; C26900. 

JURKOWITZ, LAWRENCE. 

The will. 61 1. A play in 5 acts. 
® Lawrence Jurkowitz; 8Mar72; 
DU82832 . 



KADING, CHARLES STANLEY. 

W. H. Owl and Company presents Crisis 
in Chucklewood;" a production for 
children's theatre. 26 1. A play 
in 5 scenes. © Charles Stanley 
Kading; 21Apr72; DU83191. 

KAGAN, DIANE. 

For works claimed by Diane Kagan 
See PETRIDES, AVRA. 

KAHAN, VIVIAN. 

The ogre's wife; an adaptation for 
children's theatre of Moliere's The 
school for wives. 42 1. Two acts. 
© Vivian Kahan; 5Jun72; DUB3974 . 

KAHANEY, SONDRA. 

Fog; an original screenplay by Sondra 
Kahaney & Henry Gibson. 104 1. 
© Henry Gibson & Sondra Kahaney; 
30May72; DU83745. 

KAISER, GEORG. 

Europa. See SHAW, WILLIAM HARLAN. 
Hell, way, earth. See SHAW, 

WILLIAM HARLAN. 
The woman's sacrifice. See SHAW, 
WILLIAM HARLAN. 

KALINOSKI, RICHARD ALLEN. 

Lifetime. 6I 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Richard Allen Kalinoski; 26jun72; 
DU84019. 

KALISTER, ROSE ANN. 

A sense of destiny; a three-act play. 
48 1. © Rose Ann Kalister; 10Feb72; 
DU82320 . 

KALT, GEORGE. 

Interpretation of life; play for 
stage & TV. 76 1. Four acts. 
© George Kalt; 27Apr72; DU83463. 
People are talking. 74 1. A play 
in 3 acts. © George Kalt; 
7Jan72; DU8223O. 

KAMARCK, LAWRENCE. 

God. 1 V. A play in 2 acts. 

© Lawrence Kamarck; 2Jun72; DU83790. 

KAMM, ROBERT L. 

Sudden changes in the community mental 
health clinic. 7 1- Lecture. 
© Robert L. Kamm; 13Sep71; C26255. 

RANTERS, JAMES A. 

Talking parachute blues. 16 1. 
© James A. Kanters; 24Mar72; 
C26719. 

KANTOR, JERRY. 

Everything you always wanted to know 
about the Grand Funk Railroad; a lec- 
ture. 29 1. © Superstar Records, a 
division of Creative Giants, Inc.; 
9Jun72; C27253. 



K 



KCET COMMUNITY TELEVISION OF SOUTHERN 
CALIF. 

The advocates. See WGBH EDUCATIONAL 
FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

K-STATE UNION. 

Big Whitey's a oorain' . See 
MCCARTHY, MICHAEL J. 



KAPLAN, GABE. 

Richard Nixon superstar. 
ERIC. 



See COHEN, 



KAPLAN, JESSE. 

Government property, heaven forbid; 
by Jesse Kaplan & Edward M. Ehrlich. 
25 1. A play. © Jesse Kaplan & 
Edward M. Ehrlich; 3May72; DU83451. 

KAPPELMAN, MURRAY. 

The clinic, by K. P. Murray, pseud. 
93 1. A play in 2 acts. © Murray 
Kappelman; 12May72; DU83550. 

KAPUR, JAGMOHAN. 

Better luck next time; a play in 3 
parts by Jagga Kapur. 65 1. 
© Jagmohan Kapur; 30Mar72; DU83OO6. 

KARAH, OLN FEMI, pseud. See WILLIAMS, 
DAWN GRAY. 



KARP, LAENU A. G. 

We, who survive; an account of the 
Jewish fight for freedom. 95 1- „ 
e Laenu A. G. Karp; 10Nov70; DP7938. 

KASANDRA, JOHN, pseud. See ANDERSON, 
JOHN. 

KASBERG, KARL G. 

Cain; a verse play. Chicago, Ontario 
Press. 67 p. Three acts. © Estate 
of Karl G. Kasberg; executor, Edward 
R. Homewood (in notice: Estate of 
Karl G. Kasberg); lJun72; DPB012. 

KASBERG, KARL G., ESTATE OF. 
Cain. See KASBERG, KARL G. 

KASHDAN, ISAAC. 

Chess lessons for beginners. 6 v. 
© Isaac Kashdan; 20Apr72; C26939 • 

KASS, JEROME. 

Liberation; a comedy about a shlemiel 
of a sort. 105 1. Three parts. 
© Jerome Kass; 2Feb72; DU82467 . 

KATSELAS, MILTON. 

Jockeys. See SPIERING, FRANK. 

KAUFMAN, FLORENCE AQUINO. 

I'd rather be dead than alone, by 

Florence Aquino Kaufman & Ann Curry. 
170 1. A play. © Florence Aquino 
Kaufman; 24Apr72; DU833'*'* • 

KAUFMAN, JOHN PAUL. 

Quitting time for a company man; an 
original screenplay by John Paul 
Kaufman & Loren Soloman Miller. 1 v. 
© John Paul Kaufman & Loren Soloman 
Miller; 25Mar72; DU830l4 . 

KAY, JAMES H., III. 

The gardener; screenplay by James Kay, 
Robert 4- Nancy Somerfeld; based on a 
story by James Kay. 172 1. © James 
H. Kay III; 13Jan72; DU8228I. 

KAYATTA, GEORGE NAYEF. 

The Goodwife Glover; a musical produc- 
tion for stage; the music by George 
Hoffman, the lyrics by David Sheniak, 
the book by George N. Kayatta. 1 v. 
Thirteen scenes. Book & lyrics only. 
© George Nayef Kayatta; 12Jun72; 
DU83733. 

KAYDEN, MILDRED. 

Hot spell. See: CARUSO, JOSEPH, JR. 
Vanity Fair. See SMITHIES, MAURA 
CAVANAGH. 

KAYE, JONI. . 

Aneelique, the good tooth fairy; 
a children's play for television. 
Pittsburgh, New Chatham Music. 
44 1. Four scenes. Book & lyrics 
only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
NM: revisions. © New Chathan Music, 
division of Chatham Communications, 
Inc.; 6N0V7I; DP7991- 

KEARNEY, JOHN F. ,1, 

Dancing partner; based on a story by 
Jerome K. Jerome. 26 1. Screenplay. 
© John F. Kearney; 26May72; DU83719. 
To err is human? 24 1. Screenplay. 
© John F. Kearney; 22Jun72; DU83997. 



KEEFE, MICHAEL. 

A requiem to life. 
DAVID G. 



See DEMERS, 



KEELY, STEPHEN. 

Changeling. See LEE, ARTHUR S., 
III. 

KEENE, DONALD, ed . 

Twenty plays of the No theatre. With 
the assistance of Royall Tyler. 
Illustrated with drawings by Fukami 
Tanro & from the Hosho texts . New 



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KEENE, DONALD, ed.-Con. 

York, Columbia University Press. 
536 p. (Records of civilization: 
sources and studies, no. 85) (UNESCO 
collection "of representative works, 
Japanese series) Prepared for the 
Columbia College program of trans- 
lations from the Oriental classics, 
Wm. Theodore de Bary, editor. 
NM: compilation, translation, front 
& back matter. © Columbia University 
Press; I7N0V7O; A299575- 

KEENER, MAHGARET E. 

Easter sunrise. 5 1. A play. 
© Margaret E. Keener; lJun72; 
DU83644. 
Happy birthday. Dear Jesus. 1 v. 
A play. © Margaret E. Keener; 
17Jan72; DU82311. 



KEIN, SYBIL, pseud. 
CONSUELA M. 



See PROVOST, 



KEITH, HAROLD. 

Rifles for Watie. See BELL, ELISE. 

KELLER, FLORENCE. 

Hooker Airlines; script. Tape 1, side 
1, pt.A, by Florence Keller, Maryanna 
Ledbetter & Elinor Kempf. h 1. 
© Florence Keller, Maryanna Ledbetter 
& Elinor Kempf; 30May72; C27171 . 

KELLER, SHELDON. 

There's a place off Broadway, by 
Shelly Keller, Kenny Solms & Gail 
Parent. Sheet. © Bentwood Music, 
Inc.; l8May72; C27159. 



KELLER, SUSAN BAUER. 

Candlethoughts . 1 

17Mar72; C26947 . 



Susan Keller; 



KELLER, WILLIAM S. 

Howdy, howdy; an old-fashioned melo- 
drama. 30 1. Three acts. © William 
S. Keller; 12Jun72; DU85864 . 

KELLEY, JAMES JOSEPH, JR. 

In collision with Alex Karras; 

pilot script for JO-mlnute television 
show. 1 v. © James Joseph Kelley, 
Jr.; 22May72; DU85663 . 

KELLEY, KEVIN DAVID. 

And a glass of water is a nickel; 
a multi-media play. 66 1. Two 
acts. Book & lyrics only. © Kevin 
D. Kelley; 15Mar72; DU828o4. 

KELLY, ELEANOR MERCEIN. 

Basquerie. See LAIRD, BRUCE. 

KELLY, J. B. 

Welfare blues; a comedy in 2 acts & 
8 scenes by Johnny Durain, pseud. 
I't 1. © J. B. Kelly; 20Apr72; 
DU83551. 

KELLY, JACK, JR. 

Image of the man. See GERUSCHAT, 
CARL T. 

KELLY, JOHN THOMAS. 

"Untitled;" a play. 18 1 . © John 
Thomas Kelly; 10Apr72; DU832OI . 

KELLY, MURRAY ELLIOTT. 

H. M. patients. See WINSBURY, VEGA 
NOELLENE REA . 

KELLY, THOMAS JOSEPH. 

The house; motion picture screenplay. 
88 1. © Thomas Joseph Kelly; 
5Jun72; DU83674. 

KEMP, EMME. 

The ballad of "Box" Brown; a play for 
young people; a musical adventure on 
the underground railroad. By 
Milton E. Polsky in collaboration 



with Fred Morsell; music & addition- 
al lyrics by Emme Kemp. 1 v. 
One act. Based on the slave 
narrative of Henry "Box" Brown. 
© Milton E. Polsky, Fred Morsell 8c 
Emme Kemp; 26May72; DU83683 . 

KEMPF, ELINOR. 

Hooker Airlines. See KELLER, 
FLORENCE . 

KENLY, CALVIN JAMES. 

The second visitation, by Calvin Kenly 

& Wilfrid Dalzon. 1 v. A play in 

3 acts. © Calvin James Kenly & 

Wilfrid Dalzon; lMay72; DU83iH5 . 

KENNEY, RONALD E. 

Our yellow dog is the yellowest; a 
practice for being a better sales 
manager. 1 v. © Ronald E. Kenney; 
3Nov71; 026629. 

KENT, JIM. 

WIN: What is it? How do we use it? 
1 v. Script. © Broadman Films; 
l4Mar72; C26841. 

KEOHANE, JOHN MICHAEL. 

What an orchestra is composed of. 4 1. 
Comedy monolog. © John Michael 
Keohane; 29Dec71; 026296. 

KERESTES, KAY. 

Sister Rollette; a musical comedy play. 
1 V. Pour acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Kay Kerestes; 6Mar72; DU8258o. 

KERNER, BRUCE. 

The legend of D. B. Cooper; original 
screenplay. 9^ 1 • © Bruce Kerner; 
l8Feb72; DU82633 . 
The legend of D. B. Cooper. Version 2. 
Revised by & additional text by 
Bruce Kerner. 82 1. Screenplay. 
© M and R Theatres, Inc.; l4Feb72; 
DU83872. 

KERR, BERRILLA. 

The elephant in the house. 1 v. 

A play in 2 acts. © Berrilla Kerr; 
4May72; DU83457. 

KERR, JACK. 

The lights of Paris. See 
ANDERSON, BEVERLY HEWQUIST. 

KERR, JAMES E. 

Pinocchio; a new musical Pinocchio 
play; book by Geoff Peterson, music 
& lyrics by Jay Kerr. 1 v. Two 
acts. © Geoff Peterson 8c Jay Kerr; 
260ct71; DU82331. 

KERR, WALTER. 

Ah, wilderness. See O'NEILL, 
EUGENE GLADSTONE. 

KERRIGAN, ROSETTA M. 

Chemistry makes strange bedfellows; 
a comedy in two acts; 1 v. © Roset- 
ta M. Kerrigan; 15Jun72; DU83897. 

KHANNA, CANDACE DAULTON. 

We, the people. Ill 1. Screenplay. 
© Candace Daulton Khanna; 6Mar72: 
DU82846. 

KIERLAND, JOSEPH SCOTT. 

Hocus-pocus. 81 1. A play in 2 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 3Nov70, 
DU78821. NM: revisions. ©Joseph 
Scott Kierland; 2Mar72; DU82775. 

KILCULLEN, GERALD M. 

East one hundred and something; a one- 
act dramatic sketch. 8 1. © Gerald 
M. Kilcullen; 24Apr72; DU83337 . 

KILKER, JAMES A. 

Porfirio. See ROBLES, EMMANUEL. 



KILTY, JEROME. 

Look away; based on The letters of 
Mary Todd Lincoln. 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. © Jerome Kilty; 7Apr72; 
DU83094 . 

KIMBER, ROBERT. 

In the country of the blind, the one 
eyed man is king. See STRUTTON, 
TONY. 

KIMBLEY, PATRICK LEE. 

Me and you. See MILLER, JANET LEE. 

KIMMERLING, A. E. 

Technical Bonsai culture. 1 v. 

© A. E. Kemmerling 6c Eileen Gittines: 

7Feb72; C26490. 

KINAHAN, FRANCIS X. 

The channel feeling. 117 1. A play. 
© Francis X. Kinahan; 24Feb72; 
DU82703 . 

KINCAID, MARY E. 

Les bijoux. See YIH, SHIRLEY A. 

KINCAID, TIM. 

Prehistoric bride. See LONIGRO, 
JAMES. 

KING, CORETTA SCOTT. 

Commencement address. City College of 
New York, June 1, 1971. 1 v. 
© Coretta Scott King; l6Mar72; 
C26749. 
McGovern presidential endorsement. 
71. © Coretta Scott King; 28jun72; 
C27308. 

KINGSLEY, STUART MACINTOSH. 

End of the parade; a play. 100 1. 
Three acts. © Stuart Macintosh 
Kingsley; 24jan72; DU82380 . 

KIPLING, RUDYAED. 

Just so. See GARRISON, DAVID E. 
Just so stories. See HARRIS, AURAND. 

KIPLINGER, JOHNW., JR. 

Land ho! A play in two acts; book, 
music & lyrics by John W. Kipllnger, 
Jr. 2 V. NM: dramatization & music. 
© John W. Kipllnger, Jr.; 6Apr72; 
DU8315I . 

KIRBY, CAROLYN. 

Travelln' fever; an original musical 
comedy in 3 acts by Carolyn Klrby & 
Marilyn Pinto. 2 v. © Marilyn 
Pinto 8c Carolyn Kirby; 27Mar72; 
DU83035 . 

KIRK, ALBERT B. 

The battling black Congressman, by 
Al Kirk & Billy Graham. 54 1. 
A play. © Albert B. Kirk & Billy 
Graham; l6Mar72; DU82994. 

KIRKLEY PRESS, INC. 

Better business by telephone. 
Package no.l. 1 v. Cassette 
recording script. © Kirkley Press, 
Inc.; 27Jan72; C26402. 
Better business by telephone. Package 
no. 2: For the executive. 1 v. 
Recording script. © Kirkley Press, 
Inc.; l8May72; C27182 . 

KIRKPATRICK, DAVID MYRON. 

Cherrysh. See LEWWAY, WILMER EZRA. 

KLECKA, WILLIAM R. 

A comparative analysis of rational 
voting behavior: U.S., Canada and 
Britain. 22 1. Lecture. © William 
R. Klecka; 3Apr72; C26904. 



KLEIN, BESSIE B. 

American primitive. 
WILLIAM. 



See GIBSON, 



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KLEIN, MARTIN L. 

Project SACI, Brazil; an Integrated 
educational system by Martin L. 
Klein & Rosalie Louise Klein. 
20 1. © Martin L. Klein & 
Rosalie L. Klein; l*Peb72; 026462. 

KLEIN, ROSALIE LOUISE. 

Project SACI, Brazil. See KLEIN, 
MARTIN L. 

KLEIKFELD, LEONARD N. 

Warp! By Bury St. Edmund, pseud. & 

Stuart Gordon. Episode 1: My 

battlefield, my body. 1 v. A 

play in 2 acts. © Leonard N. 

Kleinfeld & Stuart A. Gordon; 

7Jan72; DU82251. 
Warp! Episode 2: To die alive! Or, 

Unleashed! Unchained! 1 v. A play. 

© Leonard N. Kleinfeld & Stuart 

Gordon; 17Feb72; DU82615. 

KLEIWOS, GUS. 

Intermediate algebra scripts. See 
NEWMYER, JOSEPH, JR. 

KLOBUCHER, JAMES COOK. 

The Wlnfield family. 29 1. Teleplay. 
® James Cook IClobucher: l4Apr72; 
DU83240 . 



KLUBOK, IRENE. 

Dollars on the floor. 
J. JESS. 



See KLUBOK, 



KLUBOK, J. JESS. 

Dollars on the floor; a play by 
Kris Carlson, pseud. 1 v. Three 
acts. © J. Jess Klubolc & Irene 
Klubok; 9Mar72; DU82853 . 



KNECHT, AUDRE M. 

Christmas is for everyone. 
SEYMOUR, JESSICA M. 



See 



KNEE, HELEN M. 

Steady progress. 59 1- A play in 
3 acts. © Helen M. Knee; l6Mar72; 
DU82924 . 

KNEPLER, PAUL. 

Giudltta; musical play in 5 acts. 
Music by Franz Lehar, original book 
& lyrics by Paul Knepler & Fritz 
Loehner, English translation by Adam 
Carstairs, pseud, of Richard Maurice 
Toeman. 1 v. Book & lyrics only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 15Feb33, 
D28467 & prev. pub. © Glocken Verlag, 
Ltd.; 5Feb72; DU82511. 

KNIGHT, GARY W. 

Missing parts; an original screenplay. 
107 1. © Gary W. Knight; 13Mar72; 
DU82900 . 

KNOWLES, GABRIELLA. 

The guardian. 93 1. Screenplay. 
© Gabriella Knowles; 28Apr72; 
DU83272. 

KNULL, CHARLES H. 

Pops; an absurd-corn comedy, musical 
tragedy; book &■ lyrics by Charles 
Knull & Larry Schiff, music by Larry 
Schiff; based on King Lear, by 
William Shakespeare. 81 1. Two 
acts. Book & lyrics only. © Larry 
Schiff 8: Charles Knull; 17Apr72; 
DU83129 ■ 

KOBRIN, JUDITH, pseud. See 
MENDE, JUDITH KOROTKIN. 

KOCH, NORMA A. 

Annie's pad; a comedy in 4 acts. 79 1- 
© Norma A. Koch; 27Mar72; DU83044 . 

KOCHER, ERIC. 

The voting booth on Elephant Hill; a 
play in two acts. 1 v. © Eric 
Kocher; 13Dec71; DU82133 . 



KOESEL, TATIANA MARIA SHARP. 

The inquisition. See COSTON, THOMAS 
MICHAEL. 

KOESIS, ROBERT. 

Blind deception; a Jury trial mystery. 

1 V. A play in 3 acts. © Robert 
Koesis; 20Mar72; DU82959- 

KONTRAFOURIS, PETER. 

Democracy and the underworld. 43 1. 
Screenplay. © Peter Kontrafouris; 
25May72; DU837l6. 

KOOPMAN, LEROY. 

What is the old country church? 

Narration. 1 v. © LeRoy Koopman; 
23May72; C27280. 

KOPP, FREDERICK. 

Peplto; a light opera for children. 

2 V. Two acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as Pedro, l4Dec71, 66659. NM: 
additions & revisions. © Frederick 
Kopp; 31Mar72; DU83106. 

KORENSTEIN, EDWARD. 

Semblance on cobblestone, by Edward 
Korenstein & John Dulin. 31 !• 
A play. © Edward Korenstein & John 
Dulin; 26Apr72; DU834ll. 

KORNBLUTH, JESSE. 

Teenage melody of I956; a rock musical 
screenplay by Jesse Kornbluth & 
Stephen L. Revere, pseud, of 
Stephen Saltonstall. 86 1. Book 
only. © Jesse Kornbluth & Stephen 
Revere; lMay72; DU83318. 

KORNBLUM, SUSAN. 

Jake; written by S. Kornblum, R. I. 
Rubinsky & P. R. Mitrotti. 27 1- 
Screenplay. © Susan Kornblum & P. R. 
Mitrotti; 23Mar72; DU83OI5. 

KORNS, LEOTA E. 

The husband at the well; or. Who really 
killed the Christ? A tragedy in one 
act. 4 1. © Leota E. Korns; 
4sep71; DP79't2. 

KOROTKIN, JUDITH. See 
MENDE, JUDITH KOROTKIN. 

KORSAKOFF, NIKOLAI RIMSKY- . See 
RIMSKY-KORSAKOV, NIKOLAI. 

KORTE, SYLVIA. 

Los penltentes. 5^ 1- A play in 3 
acts. English. © Sylvia Korte; 
26jun72; DU84024. 

KOTEEN, HERBERT. 

What you have a right to expect -- 
and not expect -- from your doctor. 
See STEVENS, ROSALIND BLAU. 

KOTOWSKI, JOANNE. 

Quick Silver's box; a puppet play to 
teach the hazards of smoking; script 
& music. 71. ® Joanne Kotowski; 
15Mar72; DU82909. 

KOWALEWSKI, MAURICE. 

The hero; a symphonic nightmare. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © Maurice 
Lowalewskl; 25Feb72; DU82725. 

KRAFT, CHARLOTTE C. 

Trappings; a screenplay. 49 1. 
© Charlotte C. Kraft; 22Feb72; 
DU82642. 

KEAKEUH, RICHARD W. 

Swen. See SCHMIDT, VJALTER ROEBER. 

KRASINSKI, ZYGMUNT. 
The un-divine comedy. 
GORDON M. 

KRAUKLIS, JEFFERY HAROLD. 

The American classroom: an environment- 
al waste, by Jeffery H. Krauklis & 
Charles F. Pagels . I6 1. Lecture. 
© Charles F. Pagels & Jeffery H. 
Krauklis; 21Dec71; C26449. 



See WICKSTROM, 



KRAUS, JOANNA HALPERT . 

Vasallsa's real adventure; a play 
for young people in three acts. 

1 v. Based on a Russian fairy tale. 
© Joanna Halpert Kraus ; 4Peb72; 
DU82263 . 

KRAUSCHE, KENNETH K. 

Tombs and temples of the Nile; a pic- 
torial history of pharaonic Egypt. 
Pt.1-2. 2 V. Script. © Kenneth K. 
Krausche; l4Mar72; C26579- 

KRAUSE, CAROL ANN. 

The mystery at the haunted house. 

2 sheets. Appl. ti . : The mystery of 
the a haunted house. © Carol Ann 
Krause; lMar72; C26577 . 

KREISLER, FRITZ. 

Lisa. See HANMER, RONALD. 

KRELL, THOMAS RICHARD, JR. 

Most important person. See SHIPLEY, 
CHARLES WARREN, JR. 

KREMER, GLORIA HAYES. 

Horatio & me, by Gloria Hayes & Jackie 
Pack. Television scripts. © Gloria 
Hayes & Jacqueline Pack. 
Show no. 
2-5. © l6Dec71; C2630O-26301, 

26303-26302. 
6-8. © 31jan7e; C26!j36-26'438. 
• 9-13. © 10Peb72; C26532-26536. 

KREN2KE, RAYMOND E. 

The Grecian urn, by Raymond E. Krenzke 

6 Kathleen F. Doll. 69 1 . A play 
in 2 acts. © Raymond E. Krenzke & 
Kathleen F. Doll; 8Mar72; DU82871 . 

Once told tales. Pt.l. By Raymond E. 
Krenzke & Kathleen F. Doll. 63 1. 

7 plays. Appl. states dramatization 
loosely based on old folk tales. 

© Raymond E. Krenzke & Kathleen F. 
Doll; 26Jun72; DU83879. 

KRESS, HELEN. 

Vital issues: Drug education program. 
See KRESS, JIM. 

KRESS, JIM. 

Vital issues: Drug education program. 
By Jim Kress & Helen Kress. 1 v. 
Lectures. © Jim Kress & Helen 
Kress; 17Feb72; C26441. 

KRLEZA, MIROSLAV. 

Galizien (U logeru) Stueck in drei 
Akten; aus dem Kroatischen uebersetzt 
und eingerichtet von Mllo Dor. Wlen, 
Universal Edition. 105 p. NM: Ger- 
man translation & arrangement. 
© Universal Edition, A.G.; llNov71; 
DFO-1870. 

KRONGELB, GLADYS ANNE. 

A Seliohot folk service. See URBAS, 
STANLEY M. 

lOJGEL, FLORENCE. 

The joy of giving. 5 1. A play. 
® Florence Kugel; r5Jun72; DU83899. 

KUHN, GEORGE WAYNE. 

Hot plants. Sheet. Monolog. 
© Wayne Kuhn; 23May72; C27144 . 

KULJIAN, ROY R. 

The trial of Cain the son of Adam for 
the murder of his brother and one- 
half the human race; a play in three 
acts. 104 1. © Roy R. Kuljian; 
l6May72; DU8359'^- 

KULJIAN, ROY RONALD. 

Big city blues; a trilogy of 3 one-act 
one-character plays. 38 1. Book & 
lyrics only. Contents: Overture to 
Prometheus .--Revival. — Goodbye 
Mrs. Potts. © Roy R. Kuljian; 
13Jan72; DU82627. 



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KUNTZ, CAROL. 

Thank you for paying ray taxes. 3^ !• 
A play In 3 acts. Appl. authors: 
Carol' Kuntz & Eileen Smith. 
© Carol Kuntz & Eileen Smith; 
22Mar72; DU82951. 



KUHTZ, JOHN B. 
Michael-John. 



See CEAHE, LOR. 



KURTZ, ALEXANDER. 

The Alexander Academy presents mind 
engineering. 1 v. Recording script. 
© Alexander Academy; 10Feb72; C26355 . 

KURTZ, WILLIAM ALAN. 

Voice of the people; original screen- 
play. 82 1. © William Alan Kurtz; 
22Jun72; DU83995 . 

KUSHLEVITZ, MARVIN. 

Israel the promised land. 2 v. A 
musical play in 2 acts. © Marvin 
Kushlevitz; 7Jan72; DU82236. 

KUXHAUS, RICHARD L. 

The effective hand. 7 1. Film script. 
© Richard L. Kuxhaus; 5May72; 
C27035 . 

KUKHAUS, RICHARD LEE. 

Chiropractic, the master key to health. 
1 V. Fllmstrip script. © Richard L. 
Kuxhaus d.b.a. Public Education Pub- 
lications; 30May72; C27156. 

Health insurance. 7 1- Fllmstrip 
script. © Richard L. Kuxhaus d.b.a. 
Public Education Publications; 
30May72; C27155 ■ 

KUZIA, ROBERT. 

American funeral; an anti-play. 16 1. 
© Robert Kuzla; 3Jan72; DU82l48. 



L' ABATE, LUCIANO. 

Family enrichment program manual, 
experimental form. 22 1. 
© Luciano L' Abate; 31Mar72; C26874. 

LA BODA, CARL. 

The world oughta be a people place; 
a contemporary musical play by Carl 
La Boda & Pauline Moore. 1 v. Three 
acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Pauline Moore & Carl La Boda; 
20Mar72; DU82805 . 

LABRECQUE, DANIEL G, 

Go ahead, everyone else does. See 
HAVERINEK, RICHARD W. 

LACK, ARTHUR. 

The 30-year massacre, 19*11-1971, 
the most shocking waste of human 
life in America's history; written 
for a television network documentary 
program. 96 1. Script. © Arthur 
Lach; 21Mar72; C26872. 

LACY, ED. 

Be careful how you live. See 
HOLDEN, ANTON. 

LAGERKVIST, PAER. See 

FIVE MODERN SCAMDINAVIAN PLAYS. 

LAHR, GEORGIANA LIEDER. 

Happy holiday plays. 1st ed. New 
York, Vantage Press. I68 p. 
© Georgiana Lieder Lahr; 30Jun71; 
A3OI66I. 

LAIRD, BRUCE. 

Basquerie; a new musical play; based 
on the short story of the same title 
by Eleanor Mercein Kelly. 1 v. Two 
acts. NM: dramatization & additions. 
© Bruce Laird; 19Jun72; DU838o4 . 

LAMB, BILL HENRY. 

Rocker Room. 9 1. A play in 2 scenes. 
© Bill Henry Lamb; 9Mar72; DU8285O. 



LAMBERT, CHRISTOPHER. 
Tommy. See THE WHO. 

LAMBIN, HELEN REICHERT. 

Caterpillar carol. 20 1. A play. 

© Helen Reichert Lambin; 31May72: 

DU8376I . 
Spider and his web, by Helen Reichert 

Lambin & Judy Valentine Gerth. 8 1, 

A play. © Helen Reichert Lambin & 

Judy Valentine Gerth; 31May72; 

DU83762. 
Thunderstorm. 13 1 . A play. © Helen 

Reichert Lambin; 31May72; DU83760. 

LANDER, RICHARD. 

Good morning, good people. See 
DAVIS, CARLOS. 

LANDMARKS COMMITTEE, MAUMEE VALLEY 
HISTORICAL SOCIETY. See MAUMEE 
VALLEY HISTORICAL SOCIETY, OHIO. 
LANDMARKS COMMITTEE. 

LANDRES, SIMM. 

Notions. 54 1. A play. © Simm 
Landres; 4May72; DU83455. 

LANDY, ROBERT J. 

Nobody flows like Lorraine; a play. 
57 1. Two acts. © Robert J. 
Landy; lFeb72; DU8246l. 



LAKE, DOROTHY, pseud. See: 
BRECHT, BERTOLT. 
HAUPTMANN, ELISABETH. 

LANG, DANIEL W. A. 

The last project. Ill 1. 
3 acts. © Daniel W. A. 
17Apr72; DU83192. 



A play in 
Lang; 



LANG, WILLIAM A. 

Adrienne's summer. 100 1. A play 
in 2 acts. © William A. Lang; 
7Apr72; DU83174. 

LANGE, THEODORE W., III. 

Day zsa voo. 52 1. A play in 3 acts. 
® Theodore W. Lange III; 6jun72; 
DU83814. 
A foul movement. 1 v. A play. 
© Ted Lange; 20Apr72; DU8330I. 

LANGENECKERT, ARTHUR F., JR. 

A triple challenge; by Son of Socrates, 

pseud. 2 1. Lecture. © Arthur F. 

Langeneckert, Jr.; 6Mar72; C26658. 
Who wants peace and prosperity? 

By Son of Socrates, pseud. 4 1. 

© Arthur F. Langeneckert, Jr.; 

12Jun72; C27238. 

LANIER, WAYNE BANKS, JR. 

Intensive care. 33 1 . A play in 4 
scenes. ©Wayne Lanier; 5Apr72; 
DU83154 . 

LAPENA-BONIFACIO, AMELIA. 

The short, short life of citizen Juan; 
a play in three acts. Quezon City, 
Philippines, University of the Phil- 
ippines Press. 82 p. © Amelia 
Lapena-Bonifacio; 24nov71; DP7918. 

LARSEN, DIANA DANOLDS. 

The key. See DANOLDS, ALICE C. 

LARSEN, ELLEN. 

Grey matter. See CZAR, MTHLEEN. 

LARSEN, MILTON. 

Pink magic. See MUHDY, JANICE KAY. 

LARSON, MICHAEL TODD. 

A Mau Mau oath-taking ceremony admin- 
istered by General Blood, performed 
on February 2, 1956 combined with a 
dramatic history of the movement 
from 1952 to the date of the ritual 
acted by members of Blood's army. 
A play in two acts. 57 1. 
© Michael Todd Larson; I5N0V7I; 
DU82372. 

Zulu dirge; a play in two acts. 7I 1. 
© Michael Todd Larson; 27Jun72; 
DU84031. 



LARUE, JEAN. 

La vierge du harem, by Jean Bucllne, 
pseud. 21 1. Screenplay. © Jean 
Larue; 24Apr72; DU83354. 

LARUE, JENE A. 

An anthology of Greek tragedy. See 
COOK, ALBERT. 

LASRY, GWYNETH HUGHES. 

Blue eyes; a play in 3 acts by 

Gwyneth Hughes . 60 1 . © Gwyneth 
Hughes Lasry; 17Apr72; DU8326O. 
Love club; a play in two acts . by 
Gwyneth Hughes. 90 1. © Gwyneth 
Hughes Lasry; 17Apr72; DU8326I. 

LASSWELL, MARY. See SMITH, MARY L. 
LASSWELL. 

LASZLO, ANDREW. 

Go jump in the pool. I16 1. 
Screenplay. © Andrew Laszlo; 
17Mar72; DU82937 . 

LATENT IMAGE, INC. 

The crazies. See ROMERO, GEORGE A. 
Jack's wife. See ROMERO, GEORGE A. 



LATHAM, JEAN LEE. 

Carry on, Mr. Bowdltch. See 
MILLER, CLAIRE G. 

LATIGO PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Castaway. See PECKINPAH, SAM. 

LATTA, JOHN MALCOLM. 

Yes, Virginia, there is an avant 
garde; a one-act play. 17 1. 
© John Malcolm Latta; 6Jan72; 
DU82227 . 

LAVENDER, WILLIAM D. 

The marriage brokers; a screenplay. 

1 V. Includes music & lyrics for 

2 songs. ® William D. Lavender; 
5Jan72; DU82l84. 

LAVERY, JOHN M. 

Listen for the crickets; an allegorical 
screenplay. 120 1. © John M. 
Lavery; 20Jun72; DU83946. 

LAVORI, ANGELO. 

Once more. Sheet. Appl. ti.: Once 
more, once more, once more. 
© Angelo Lavori; 4Apr72; C26911. 

LAWLESS, SUE. 

The President's mistress. See 
OLFSON, LEWY. 

LAWRENCE S: LEE, INC. 

The incomparable Max. See LAWRENCE, 
JEROME. 

LAWRENCE, HAPPY JAMES. 

The garden, by Jim Lawrence. 6 1. 

Screenplay. © H. James Lawrence; 

lMay72; DU83425. 
The message; by Jim Lawrence. 9 1. 

A screenplay. ® H. James Lawrence; 

15May72; DU8358I. 

LAWRENCE, JEROME. 

The incomparable Max; a play by 
Jerome Lawrence & Robert E. Lee. 
Acting ed. Dramatists Play Service. 
59 P- Two acts. Based on Max 
Beerbohra's Trips beyond reality. 
© Lawrence & Lee, Inc.; 10May72; 
DP802I. 

LAWRENCE, RANDOLPH T. 

Initiation. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Randolph Lawrence; 5Apr72; DU83478. 

LAWRENCE, ROBERT ALAN. 

The eagle and the crow; a play for 
puppets. 10 1. © Robert Alan 
Lawrence; 2Feb72; DU82476. 

LAWYERS CO-OPERATIVE PUB. CO. 
U.S. cassettes. See LOUISEEL, 
DAVID W. 



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U.S. Supreme Court 1971-1972 ter 
See LOUISELL, DAVID W. 



LEAHY, JACK THOMAS. 
Shadow on the waters. 
DAVID J. 



See SMITH, 



LEASE, STUART E. 

The Epistle of James. 1 v. (Institute 
of Theological Studies recorded lec- 
ture series) Twelve lectures. 
© Outreach, Inc.; 28Dec71; C265II. 

LEAVENWORTH, ROSEMARY MACKOWM. 
The pied piper. See MACKOWH, 
MARJORIE . 

LEBOW, BARBARA. See HALPERN, BARBARA 
LEBOW . 

LEDBETTER, MARYANNA. 

Hooker Airlines. See KELLER, 
FLORENCE . 

LEDERER, WILLIAM L. 

Where. 38 I. A play. © William L. 
Lederer; 17Jan72; DU82216. 

LEE, ARTHUR S., III. 

Changeling; a film by Arthur Lee III, 
Robert J. Green & Stephen Keely. 
87 1. Script. © Arthur S. Lee III, 
Robert J. Green & Stephen Keely; 
6jun72; DU837'H. 

LEE, BERNICE. 

A reg'lar Miss America; a drama in two 
acts. 1 V. © Bernice Lee; 5Jan72; 
DU82179 ■ 

LEE, ELIZABETH A. 

A visit to historic Savannah on tape. 
19 1. Recording script. Appl. 
authors: Elizabeth A. Lee & 
Katherine S. Judkins . Appl. ti.: 
Savannah's historic district: a 
visit on tape. © Elizabeth A. Lee 
& Katherine S. Judkins; 2Mar72; 
C2663O. 

LEE, JAMES W. 

Syndrome; a drama in three acts by Jim 
Lee. 72 1. © James W. Lee; 
26Apr72; DU83370. 

LEE, JAMES WADE. 

Epidemic; three one-act plays by 
Jim Lee. 75 P- Contents: Will 
someone please tell me what's 
going on here? — Kiddie litter. — 
Spot-check. © James Wade Lee; 
28jan72; DU82W0. 

LEE, MARYAT. 

Fuse. 31 1. A play. © Maryat Lee; 
27Jun72; DU84030. 

LEE, ROBERT E. 

The incomparable Max. See LAWRENCE, 
JEROME. 

LEES, RICHARD L. ^ ■ ^ a 

Alma's rules; a play. 3^1. © Richard 

L. Lees; 31Mar72; DU83095 • 
Seth; a play. 50 1. © Richard L. 

Lees; 13Jan72; DU82285. 

LEFEVRE, ADAM. 

Yucca Flats; a tragedy. 1 v. Book & 
lyrics only. © Adam LeFevre; 
10Mar72; DU82670. 

LEFEVRE, MARY ALICE. 

A reunion at the summerhouse; a play. 
65 1. Four scenes. ® Mary Alice 
LeFevre; 3Mar72; DU82790. 

LEGERE, J. ROY. 

The great promise and you. 23 1. 
Sermon. © Apostolic Formation 
Center for Christian Renew-all, Inc.; 
3Apr72; C26866. 



In love with truth. 30 1. A sermon. 
© Apostolic Formation Center for 
Christian Renew-all, Inc.; 19Jun72; 
C27266. 

LEHAR, FRANZ. 

Gluditta. See KNEPLER, PAUL. 

LEHK & FINK PRODUCTS. 

Bathroom basic/Tuesday. Sheet. 
Radio script. © Lehn & Pink 
Products, a division of Sterling 
Drug, Inc.; 27Jan72; C26403. 

Bathroom basic/Wednesday. Sheet. 
Radio script. © Lehn 8c Fink 
Products, a division of Sterling 
Drug, Inc.; 27Jan72; C26'^04. 

Bathroom basic no.2/Saturday . Sheet. 
Radio script. ® Lehn & Fink 
Products, a division of Sterling 
Drug, Inc.; 27Jan72; C26407 . 

Nursery basic/Thursday. Sheet. 
Radio script. © Lehn & Pink 
Products, a division of Sterling 
Drug, Inc.; 27Jan72; C26405. 

Routine basic/Friday. Sheet. 
Radio script. © Lehn & Fink 
Products, a division of Sterling 
Drug, Inc.; 27Jan72; C26406. 

LEIBU, DOLLEE. 

Pennington's pride; play by Milli Janz, 
music & lyrics by Dollee Lelbu. 1 v. 
Two acts. © Milli Janz & Dollee 
Leibu; 23May72; DU83669. 

LEICHT, ALLAN. 

Take care of Brandy; a screenplay. 
1 v. © Allan Leicht; l8Feb72; 
DU82632 . 

LEINERT, MARGARET S. 

The framing of the Constitution; 
a dramatization. 23 1. A play in 
3 acts. © Margaret S. Lienert; 
22May72; DU83659- 

LEIPART, CHARLES. 

In pursuit of happiness; a screenplay. 
1 V. © Charles Leipart; lMar72; 
DU82764 . 

LELLO, GAETANO. 

Diana of Dwight, the maiden of many 
virtues; music ft words by Cajetan 
07737, pseud. 1 V. © Gaetano 
Lello; lJMar72; C26717 . 

LELOUCH, CLAUDE. 

A man and a woman; a film. English 
translation & description of action 
by Nicholas Fry. New York [appl. 
states: United Kingdom] Simon & 
Schuster. Il5 p. (Modern film 
scripts) Appl. author: Lorrlmer 
Pub., Ltd. © on translation 8: 
description of action; Lorrimer Pub., 
Ltd.; 4Jun71; AF3't448. 

LENGYEL, PAMELA. 

Coping; a play in one act. 37 1. 
© Pamela Lengyel; l8May72; DU83625 . 



LERMA, JORGE, pseud. 
SANCHEZ, JORGE M. 



See 



LENSKI, LOIS. 

Strawberry girl. 
CLAIRE a. 



See MILLER, 



LENWAY, WILMER EZRA. 

Cherrysh! By Wilmer Ezra Lenway Sc 
David Myron Kirkpatrick. 35 1- 
A play in 2 acts. © Wilmer Ezra 
Lenway 8c David Myron Kirkpatrick; 
6jun72; DU83729- 

LEOKUM, ARKADY. 

Neighbors; a play. Dramatists Play 
Service. 33 p . © Arkady Leokum; 
l6Mar72; DP7958. 

LEOPOIB, ELLEN. 

Through the looking glass. See 
BRYAN, ANT ONI A. 



LESLIE, LOUIS A. 

Dictation tapes for Gregg shorthand, 
individual progress method; by Louis 
A. Leslie, Charles E. Zoubek & Oleen 
M. Henson. 1 v. (Diamond jubilee 
series) Scripts. © McGraw-Hill, 
Inc.; 10Jan72; C26291. 

Presentation tapes for Gregg shorthand, 
individual progress method. Lesson 
1-40, by Louis A. Leslie, Charles E. 
Zoubek 8: Oleen M. Henson. 1 v. 
(Diamond Jubilee series) Scripts. 
© McGraw-Hill, Inc.; 10Jan72; C26290. 

LESSAC, MICHAEL. 

Meanwhile back in the womb. See 
MORGAN, DAVID. 

LESSING, GOTTHOLD EPHRAIM. 

Nathan the wise; a dramatic poem in 
five acts. Translated with an 
introd . by Walter Frank Charles Ade. 
Barron's Educational Series. I89 p. 
NM: introd., translation, appendix 
S: bibliography. © Barron's Educa- 
tional Series, Inc.; 30May72; 
A345866. 

LESTER, NOEL B. 

The Devil and Humpty Dumpty; a mystery 
melodrama in two acts. 69 1. 
© Noel B. Lester; 8jun72; DU83737. 

LEVAC, CLAUDE. 

Hell; dramatlco-musical composition. 
32 1. Two acts. French. Book & 
lyrics only. © Claude Levac; 
19Jun72; DU8380I. 

LEVENTHAL, ANN Z. 

Plowshares and pruning hooks; a play 
by Amos Lyons, pseud. 176 1. 
Three acts. Adaptation of The 
Acharnlans, a play by Aristophanes. 
© Ann Z. Leventhal; 28Feb72; 
DU82574 . 

LEVERT, CLINTON J., JR. 

It is right to believe in life. 

8 1. (The Basic triumphant philos- 
ophy of truth and life, lesson no.l) 
© Clinton J. LeVert, Jr.; 24jan72; 
C26455. 

LEVIN, SARALEE. ^ . 

Libel in the Bible, by Saralee Levin 
& Corrine Wittenberg. 10 1. 
A musical play. Book 8c lyrics 
only. © Saralee Levin Ic Corrine 
Wittenberg; 23Feb72; DU82497. 

LEVIN, TOM. 

How — regardless of his contribution 
-- can each human being rightfully 
be entitled to life, liberty and 
the pursuit of happiness. See 
INSTITUTE FOR RELIGIOUS & SOCIAL 
STUDIES. 

LEVINE, ELLIOT. 

From Sholom Aleichem with love; a play 
for 1 character; adapted from the 
works of Sholom Aleichem S- others. 
1 V. Two acts. NM: translation «c 
adaptation. © Elliot Levine; 
27Mar72; DU83034 . 

LE VINE, IRVING E. 

The missing man; fourth draft screen- 
play. 72 1. © Irving E. Le Vine; 
28Apr72; DU83393. 

LEVISTER, ALONZO. 

Cyrano de Bergerac, man. 1 v. 
A musical play in 5 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 1944, 18934. NM: 
music, translation, dramatization 
S: revision. © Alonzo Levister; 
15Sep71; DU83477. 



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LEVY, EDWIN L. 

La belle Russe; a melodrama adapted 
from the play by David Belasco. 
4? 1. Pour acts. English. NM: 
revision. © Edwin L. Levy; 8jun72; 
DU83728. 



LEVY, J. C. 

Bitty wittles; for talking phone. 1 v. 
© J. C. Levy; 26May72; C27163. 

LEWIN, JOHN. 

Lorenzaocio. See MUSSET, ALFRED DE. 

LEWIS, EDWARD JEFFERSON. 

Knowledge versus death, a theory of 
peace; by Ned Lewis. 19 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. '♦Nov71 
225967. NM: additions. © Ned 
Lewis; 4Peb72; C26470. 

LEWIS, GLADYS. 

This is the scene. Sheet. A play. 
© Gladys Lewis; llMay72; DU83482. 

LEWIS, HAL S., JR. 

Creep past the mountain lion; a new 
play by Hal Lewis, Clifford Sage & 
Jewel Gibson. 1 v. Three acts. 
® Hal Lewis, Clifford Sage S; Jewel 
Gibson; 22Feb72; DUD2645 . 

LEWIS, HARRIET. 

The night of Joseph's lamentation and 
Joy; a Biblical play, in verse. 
1 V. With music. © Harriet Lewis; 
25Jun72; Du84007 . 



LEWIS, IRENE. 

Home of the brave: The American 
Indian's struggle for survival. 
1 V. A play. © Irene Lewis; 
27Jan72; DU8256O. 



LEWIS, M. M. 

Soldiers prayer; by Mel Lewis & 

Eileen Stutts . 5 1. © Mel Lewis & 

Eileen Stutts; 22Feb72; C 26377 . 

LEWIS, MARLEME KNEE. 

Mother, Mother, Mother, pin a rose on 
me; an original stage play in 3 acts. 
1 V. Book 8c lyrics only. © Marlene 
Knee Lewis; 7Apr72; DU83084 . 



LIEBMANN, NORMAN. 

Everything you always wanted to know 
about foolln' around. See 
TENOWICH, TOM. 
Uncle Sex wants you. See TEKOWICH, 
TOM. ' 



LEWIS, NED. See LEWIS, 
JEFFERSON. 



EDWARD 



LEWIS, SANDRA. See PIGENTZER, 
SANDRA LEWIS. 



LEWIS, W. F. 

A chicken ain't nothin' but a bird; 
by Furry Lewis. Sheet. Recitation. 
© Deerwood Music; 20Mar72; C26840. 

LIBBY, MARILYN. 

God's trees. See BOWER, HELEN FRAZEE. 

LIBBY, RICHARD. 

God's trees. See BOWER, HELEN FRAZEE. 



LICHTMAN, MARILYN V. 

Script R/EAL 1, r/EAL 2; Script 

R/EAL 5 , R/EAL 4 . 2 v . © Marilyn 
V. Lichtman; 22Feb72; 026591-26592. 



LIEBMAN, HERBERT. 

Crystallozoa. 35 1- A play. 
© Herbert Liebman; 12Jan72; 
DU82270. 

LIEBMAN, MARK. 

Hagan. By Mark Liebman & Roger Sichel. 
57 1. A screenplay. © Sixtyn- 
Morgan, Inc.; 7Jul72; DU85999. 



LIECK, WALTER. 
Schwarzer Peter. 
NORBERT. 



See SCHULTZE, 



LIFSON, DAVID S. 

Banco; a comedy in 3 acts. 1 v. 
Adapted from Samy Fayad ' s Italian 
comedy. Come si rapina una banca, 
prev. reg. 1966 & prev. pub. Aug. 
1966. © David Lifson; 24Apr72; 
DU83321. 



LIGHTSTONE, PETER. 

A. Fink; an original story fr feature 
film screenplay. 42 1. © Peter 
Lights tone; 21Jan72; DU82368. 

LIND, JAKOV. 

Voices; a radio play; translated by 
Jack Zipes. 25 1. NM: translation. 
© Jack Zipes; 8Feb72; DU82324. 



LINDAHL, HAROLD E. 

Rip-off. 104 1. A screenplay in 
8 acts. © Hal Undahl; 9Jun72; 
DU8385I. 



LINDMARK, PATSY ANN. 

Peanut butter and jelly; a one-act 
comedy. 31 1. © Patsy Lindmark; 
l6jun72; DU83916. 

LINREKIN, MARGARET R. 

Generation gap. 51. A play in 1 
scene. © Margaret R. Llnnekin; 
2Jun72; DU83810. 

LIWNEY, ROMULUS. 

The love suicide at Schofield Barracks; 
a play in two acts. Dramatists 
Play Service. 65 p. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 10Feb71, DU79359. NM: 
additions & revisions. ® Romulus 
Linney; 21Jun72; DP8037 . 

LINO, HECTOR, JR. 

Dark horse. See DITLEA, STEVE. 

LIPITZ, ALBERT. 

Self-destruct; an assault in one act; 
an audience participation show by 
Albert Evans, pseud. 53 1. 
© Albert Evans; 25Feb72; DU82721. 

LIPPA, LOUIS. 

A memory of resistance. 106 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Louis Lippa; 
l4jun72; DU83889. 

LIPPMAN, SIDNEY. 

Mr. Popularity; a musical tale. 
Music & lyrics by Sidney Lippman, 
story by Sidney Lippman S: Milt Nell. 
8 p. Appl. states prev. reg. 
30ct63, DU58809. tM: rewritten for 
animation & lyric revision. 
© Sidney Lippman; 23Dec71; DU82296. 

LIPSCOMB, JANE BIVINS. 

Mom; dramatic reading for 3 women. 
12 1. © Jane Blvins Lipscomb; 
29Mar72; DU82879. 

LITTLE, BROWN & CO., INC. 

Types of drama. See BARNET, SYLVAN. 



LITVACK, BARRY. 

Slow memories . Dramatists Play 

Service. 16 p. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 4Mar70, DU76533. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Barry Lltvack; 
8jun72; DP8020. 



LIZARDI, JOE. 

The midnight bus; an original screen- 
play. 80 1. © Joe Llzardi; 
I4jun72; DU838S7 . 

LLOYD, DAVID HUBERT. 

Colin; a tragedy in one act. 1 v. 
© D, H. Lloyd; l8jan72; DU823I8. 

LLOYD, MARY NORRIS. 

Squirrels; a play in eight scenes. 
50 1. © Mary Norris Lloyd; l8Mav72: 
DU83635 . ' 



LOBER, LIONEL M. 
•The elephant hills; a television play. 
8 1. © Lionel M. Lober; 10Jan72; 
DU82253 . 

LOCKHART, JAMES. 

Undercover designs. 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
as A mini too many, 3OJUI7I, 
DU80947. NM: dramatization. 
© James Lockhart; 10Mar72; DU82869. 

LODEPA, pseud. See WIENER, PAUL H. A. 

LOEHNER, FRITZ. 

Giudltta. See KNEPLER, PAUL. 

LOHR, GORDON V. 

Thingsville. See BOLTE, CARL E., JR. 

LOMBARDO, ADELE. 

Drakestail; symphonic tale for chil- 
dren. 6 1. Adapted from a French 
fairy tale. © Mario Lombardo: 
3May72; C27025. 

LOMBARDO, KATHLEEN. 

The living purple ooze; a play with 
songs for young people. 17 1. 
Five scenes. Book & lyrics only. 
© Kathleen Lombardo; 24jan7?- 
DU8226I. ' 



LOMBARDO, MARIO. 

Drakestail. See LOMBARDO, ADELE. 

LONDON, BELLE E. 

Stoned on the money belt. 83 1. Two 
acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
© Belle E. London; 5Jan72 (in notice: 
1970); DP7940. 



LONDON, HELAINE I. 

After the party; by Lalnie London. 
66 1. A play in 2 acts. © Lalnie 
London; 6Jan72; DU82225 . 



LONDON, ROY LAIRD. 

The unusual activity of Charley 
Contrare and the ninety eighth 
street gang; a play. 1 v. Two 
acts. © Roy Laird London; 3Jan72; 
DU82142. 

LOHEY, GLENN M. 

The forms of drama. See CORRIGAN, 
ROBERT W. 

LONG, HARRY H. 

The tower; a theatre piece in 1 act 
written by Harry H. Long & Jan 
Ackerman. 1 v. Includes music & 
lyrics for 2 songs. © Harry H. Long 
& Jan Maher Ackerman; l4Apr72; 
DU83280 . 

LONG, J. ARTHUR. 

Conspiracy; created by J. Arthur Long 
& Chester Fredric Meyer; conceived 
by Jamie G. Jameson; based on the 
Chicago 8 Trial of the century. 1 v. 
A play. KM: dramatization & addi- 
tions. © J. Arthur Long, Jamie G. 
Jameson & Chester F. Meyer: 7Mar72' 
DU82578. 



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LONG, MAR I EN M. 

Folly bells. See HAGERTY, CLARE. 

LONGENECKER, HAROLD. 

The prophecy of Habakkuk. 1 v. (In- 
stitute of Theological Studies 
recorded lecture series) Twelve lec- 
tures. ©Outreach, Inc.; 28Deo71; 

c 26504. 

LONIGRO, JAMES. 

Prehistoric bride; written by James 
Lonigro & Tim Kincaid. 95 1. 
Screenplay. © Superfine Pictures, 
Inc.; llFeb72; DU8 



LONOW, MARK MITCHEL. 

Michael; screenplay. 67 1- , ® "?''^>' 
Mitchel Lonow; 25Feb72; DU8269O . 



LOOS, ANITA. 

Oheri. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 240ct22, D65172, & 
15Mar50, R59616. NM: translation & 
adaptation. © Anita Loos; 8jun72; 
DU83847 . 

LORD, JEROME EDMUND. 

The election; a play. 86 1. Three 
acts. © Jerome Edmund Lord; 
22May72; DU83662. 

LORENZ, KEITH. 

Grldley, confessions of a yogi in 
Bali. See SALISBURY, DAVID. 

LORRIMER PUB., LTD. 

A man and a woman. See LELOUCH, 

CLAUDE. 
A nous la liberte. See CLAIR, 

RENE. 
Oedipus Rex. See PASOLINI, PIER 

PAOLO . 
Pandora's box. See PABST, G. W. 
Tristana. See BUHUEL, LUIS. 

LOTS 0' CLASS MUSIC CO. 

Calvina. See DE STRAUSS, DEJAH. 



LOUIS, TOBI. 

Take a chancel Book & lyrics. 1 v. 
A play in 17 scenes. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 150ct71 & 13Dec71, 
DU8l80g. NM: scene'& lyric revi- 
sions & additions. ® Tobi Louis; 
26jan72; DU82399. 



LOUISELL, DAVID W. 

U.S. cassettes. Scripts. © Lawyers 
Co-operative a.a.d.o. Lawyers 
Co-operative Pub. Co. & Bancroft- 
Whitney a.a.d.o. Bancroft-Whitney 
Co. 

Tape no. 

4. Apr. 5, 1972. © I4jun72; 
C27297. 
U.S. Supreme Court 1971-1972 term. 
Tape scripts. © Bancroft-Whitney 
Co. & Lawyers Co-operative Pub. Co. 
Tape no. 
2. Feb. 7, 1972. © 22Feb72; C26390. 

LOWE, JOHN PATRICK. 

The captives; a screenplay by John 
Lowe & Larry Duhart . 124 1. © John 
Patrick Lowe & Larry Allan Duhart; 
20Apr72; DU835IO. 
Starlight, starbright. See DUHAKT, 

LARRY ALLAN. 
Weaker than the flesh. See DUHART, 
LARRY ALLAH. 



LOWENSTEIN, MILTON D. 

Tomorrow the world! A one-act play in 
three scenes. 10 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. Nov. 1964, DU6l897. NM: 
addition & revision. © Milton D. 
Lowensteln; l4Feb72; DU82322. 



LOWERY MUSIC CO., INC. 

Bus 'em or bust. See GRINER, 
ELSIE, JR. 

LUBETKIN, STEVEN. 

Original comedy monologue. 2? 1. 
© Steven Lubetkin; l8May72; C27l40. 

LUBINSKY, HERMAN. See; 
PLANEMAR MUSIC CO. 
SAVOY MUSIC CO. 

LUCAS, WARREN R. 

Justify; an original screenplay. 67 1. 
© Warren R. Lucas; 12Jun72; DU83866. 

LUFTIG, DON. 

Little Willie and the money tree; 
a cartoon fantasy. 24 1. (See for 
yourself) Script. © Don Luftig; 
19Jun72; C27257. 

LUMET, BARUCH. 

A thimble full of mahzel; based on 
Once upon a tailor. 66 1. Screen- 
play. Appl. states prev. reg. 
3Feb55, DU58985 . NM: adaptation k 
revision. © Baruch Lumet; 13Mar72; 
DU82918 . 



LUNA, ESTELA. 

Eva no estuvo aun en el paraiso; 

acto unico. 10 1. A musical play. 
Book & lyrics only. © Estela Luna; 
10Feb72; DU82557. 
Eve has not been in paradise yet; 
one act play translated by Elsa de 
Sagasti. 17 1. A musical. Book & 
lyrics only. © Elsa de Sagasti; 
10Feb72; DU82556. 

LUND, JOAN WERLING. 

Little nightingale; by Jo.an Lund. 
53 1. (Marcus Welby M.D.) 
Television play. © Joan Werling; 
7Feb72; DU82533. 

LUNDY, JACK EDWIN, JR. 

The Dodge brothers. 36 1. A play in 
4 acts. © Jack Edwin Lundy, Jr.; 
l6Feb72; DU82603. 

LUNN, ALICE COYLE . 

Tristan and Iseult; a play for tele- 
vision. 34 1. Two acts. © Alice 
Coyle Lunn; 10Jan72; DU82126. 



LUST, GERALDINE. 

Genesis; a play by Lou Wilkin, pseud. 
1 V. Six scenes. © Geraldme 
Lust; 2Peb72; DU82470. 



^"?^e =n^iy Church of Chesterland, 
Ohio. 4 1. Sermon. © Helen M. 
Lutz; 24Feb72; C26594. 

LUZZI, FRANK, JR. ^ ^ ,, 

Come the children running, by I-rank 
James, pseud. 1 v. Screenplay. 
© Frank Luzzl, Jr.; 9Jun72; DU83984 . 
Mrs. Guerney. 34 1 • A play. © Steven 
Lydenberg; 30May72; DU83750. 

LYDENBERG, STEVEN. 

Kansas. 30 1 . A play- ©Steven 
Lydenberg; 30May72; DU83751. 



LYDENBERG, STEVEN DAVID. 

J-J. 35 1. A play. © Steven 
Lydenberg; 20Mar72; DU82952. 

LYONS, AMOS, pseud. See LEVENTHAL, 
ANN Z. 



LYONS, SHEDRICK. 

The eagle flies on Friday. 32 1. 
A play. © Shedrick Lyons; 31Jan72; 
DUB2452. 
It; a play. 66 1. ® Shedrick Lyons; 
4jan72; DU82171. 



M 



M AND R THEATRES, INC. 

The legend of D. B. Cooper. Version 1. 
27 1. Screenplay. © M and R 
Theatres, Inc.; l4Feb72; DU83873 . 
The legend of D. B. Cooper. See 
KERNER, BRUCE. 

M.R.C. MUSIC, INC. 

Monologue two. See MABLEY, MOMS. 



MABLEY, MOMS. 

Monologue two; text by Moms Mabley & 
Eddie Parton. 3 1. © M.R.C. Music, 
Inc.; 12NOV71; C26289. 



MCALLISTER, GUY. 

Santa's children; a teleplay in three 
acts. Huntsville, Ala., VETA. 
88 1. Appl. author: Video Enter- 
tainment & Training Associates, 
employer for hire. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 30Sep71, DU8l453. 
® VETA, Video Entertainment & Train- 
ing Associates; l6Dec71; DP8026. 

MCAULAY, MARY. 

No more games; an original play. 67 1. 
Three acts. © Mary McAulay; 17Feb72; 
DU826I3. 



MCBRIDE, BEATRICE. 

The facts from God: 1 & 2, 3 & 4, 
5 & 6. 1 v. ® Beatrice McBride; 
15Mar72; C26595 . 

MCBRIDE, SALLY. . 

Early to bed; a musical comedy m 

three acts; book & lyrics, Elizabeth 
Peach; music, Sally McBride; based 
on Le malade imaginaire, by Moliere. 
2 V. NM:" musical material. © Eliza- 
beth P. 01 sen & Sally McBride; 
17Feb72; DU8248l. 

MCCALL, DUKE K. 

Southern Baptist views of the Bible. 
1 V. Tape script. © Broadman 
Films; 10Mar72; C26693 . 

MCCALL, JAMES R. „ j „ r.= n «, 
Bessie; screenplay by Rod McCall & 
John Clarence Chinn. !/■ „gPPi- 
states prev. reg. 3Sep71, r'U8l347. 
NM- revisions & additions. ® Rod 
McCall S: John Clarence Chinn; 
20Mar72; DU82754 . 
Bessie; story & screenplay by Rod 
McCall & John Clarence Chinn. 
99 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
DU81547 . NM: revisions. ©Rod 
McCall & John Clarence Chinn; 
lFeb72; DU82464. 

MCCANN, RAYMOND. 

Harlem angel. 1 v. A musical play. 
Appl. states prev. reg. Feb. 1970. 
NM: revisions. © Raymond McCann; 
2May72; DU83432. 



MCCARTHY, MICHAEL J. 

Big Whitey's a comin' , by Michael J. 
McCarthy & Frank Slegle. 1 v. 
Two acts. With music. © K-State 
Union; 200ct68; DP7900. 



MCCLAIN N.M., pseud. 
NOLAND MILTON. 



See MCCLAIN, 



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MCCLAIN, HOLAKD MILTON. 

Mongoose and the three little pigs; 
by McClaln N.M., pseud. 15'^ 1- 
Screenplay. © Holand Milton McClaln; 
23Feb72; DU82694. 

MCCLELLAND, ROBERT M. , ed . 

Audio journal review: General surgery. 
Tape recording scripts. © Grune & 
Stratton, Inc . 
Introductory issue. Nov. 1971- 

© 9Feb72; C26595- 
v.l, no. 

1. Jan. 3, 1972. © 8Peb72; 
C26396. 

2. Jan. 17, 1972. © 8Feb72; 
C26394. 

3. Feb. 1, 1972. © 8Feb72; 
C26393 ■ 

k'. Feb. 15, 1972. © 8Feb72; 
C26397 . 



MCCLINTOCK, LORENE. 

Piano course; lecture demonstration. 
24 1. © Lorene McClintock; 17Apr72; 
C26921 . 

MCCLOSKEY, JASON, pseud. See 
MCCLOSKEY, JOHN ANTHONY, JR. 

MCCLOSKEY, JOHN ANTHONY, JR. 

Click; screenplay by Jason McCloskey, 
pseud. 87 1. ® John Anthony 
McCloskey, Jr.; 8May72; DU83509 . 

MCCLURE, SALLY GIBBS. 

You made my heart sing; a play in one 
act. 24 1. Includes lyrics & music 
for 1 song. © Sally Glbbs McClure; 
23Jun72; DU83909- 



MCCORD, JOSEPH LANNON. 

Tarot; a screenplay by Joe McCord. 
38 1. From the play prev. reg. 
20May70. © Joseph Lannon McCord, 
sole owner of Rubber Duck Pub. Co.; 
23Mar72; DU83245 . 

MCCOY, JOSEPH J. 

Don't let the moon fall down; a fantasy 
with music. 57 1. Eight scenes. 
Book only. © Joseph J. McCoy; 
20Mar72; DU82993. 

MCCRAY, BAXTER, pseud. See 
MCCREERY, ROYAL B. 

MCCREERY, ROYAL B. 

The care and handling of boats and 
things; screenplay by Baxter McCray, 
pseud. 81 1. © Royal B. McCreery; 
27Mar72; DU83045 . 

MCCUTCHEON, MICKI GRANT. 

Don't bother me, I can't cope; a 
musical entertainment written by 
Micki Grant. 34 1. Two acts. 
Book Sc lyrics only. © Micki Grant; 
22May72; DU83567. 

MCDANIEL, DONALD F. 

Hypocrisy drama series play. 11 1. 
Seven acts. © Donald F. McDaniel- 
llPeb72; DP7982. 



MACDONALD, JAMES. 

There's economy In holding; a one-act 
play by Victor Delalney, pseud. 
12 1. © James MacDonald; lFeb72; 
DU82217 . 



MCDONALD, JOHNIE T. 

The victims. 1 v. A musical play in 
3 acts. © Johnie T. McDonald; 
15Feb72; DU82600. 



MACDQNALD, MARTHA LYNN. 

Acorn Manor; a children's play; script 
& narrative by Cynthia Worfel, music 
& lyrics by Marty MacDonald. 1 v. 
Four acts. © Cynthia Jean Worfel & 
Martha Lynn MacDonald; 28Mar72; 
DU83149 . 

MACDONALD, TERRY ROSS. 

The legend of the Halloween Pig; 
an original media comedy. 
Episode 1-8. 1 v. Radio scripts. 
© T. R. MacDonald; 7Feb72; C26330. 

MCELFRESH, EARL BENTLEY, II, 

A frail contraption. 76 1. A play 
in 4 acts. © Earl Bentley 
McElfresh II; 17Jan72; DU82313- 

MCELYEA, HUGH M. 

Jon. 144 1. Screenplay. © Hugh M. 
McElyea; 10Apr72; DU83837. 



MOENEANEY, JAMES J. 

Are you sure you've never done this 
before? A play by James J. 
McEneaney & Thea Wilde, pseud, of 
Linda L. Conaway. 1 v. Two acts. 
© Jane Walter Agency; 3Mar72; 
DU82798. 

MCGINLAY, JAMES. 

Can two walk together? 6 1. A sermon. 
© Bob Jones University Press; 
28Mar72; C26798. 

MCGLYNN, JAMES B. 

Calhoun's men; an original television 
play by Crandell Saint John, pseud. 
49 1. © James B. McGlynn; 30Jun72; 
DU84051. 



MCGONIGLE, ANN. 

Day of the serpent, the conquest of 
the Aztecs; by Jenny Egan, pseud. 
32 1. Two acts. © Jenny Egan; 
7Dec71; DP7906. 

MCGORY, FRANCIS H. 

Hero of Liberty Park; a comedy in two 
acts by Fran McGory. 77 1. 
© Francis H. McGory; 5Jul72; DU83966 . 

MCGOVERN, ANN. 

Stone soup; a showcase mini-musical. 
7 1. Book & lyrics only. © Ann 
McGovern; 17Feb72; DU82622. 

MCGOVERN, JAMES J. 

Target red: auditory- visual discrim- 
ination kit. See BAMMAN, HENRY A. 

MCGRAW-HILL, INC. 

Dictation tapes for Gregg shorthand, 
individual progress method. See 
LESLIE, LOUIS A. 
Presentation tapes for Gregg short- 
hand, individual progress method. 
See LESLIE, LOUIS A. 

MCGUIRE, MICHAEL. 

The children. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Michael McGuire; 17Jan72; DU823IO. 

MCINNIS, HENRY LEON. 

Remembrance of Marilyn; 278 1. 

Screenplay. © Henry Leon Mclnnls; 
l8Feb72; DU82759. 

MCINTYRE, DENNIS. 

The divine child; a film script. 

104 1. ® Dennis Mclntyre; 12Apr72; 
DU83134 . 

MACK, CAROL K. 

^^i'^S^- -■• ^- ^ Pl^y in 2 acts. 
® Carol Mack; ljun72; DU83775 . 



MACK, WILHELMINA. 

So tired. 63 1. A play in 4 acts. 
© Wilhelmina Mack; 29Dec71; DU82213 . 

MACKECHNIE, JOYCE, pseud. See 
PAYNE, A. JOYCE. 

MCKEITHEH, BRUCE ALLEN. 

Willy boy. 4o 1. (The Mod squad) 
A television play. Includes lyrics 
for 1 song. © Bruce Allen 
McKeithen; 2Mar72; DU82564 . 

MCKINNEY, EUGENE. 

The people in the glass paperweight; 
a tragicomedy in 1 act by Gene 
McKlnney. 25 1. © Eugene McKlnney; 
31Mar72; DU83IOO. 



MCKNIGHT, DONALD E. 

What the hell; a- comedy in 3 acts. 
103 1. ® Donald McKnlght; 
28Mar72; DU83O5O. 



MACKOWN, MRS. ALLISON. See 
MACKOWN, MARJORIE. 



MACKOWN, MRJORIE. 

The pied piper; a musical In 3 acts for 
children of all ages; script & lyrics 
by Mary S. Holley, music by Marjorie 
MacKown & Rosemary MacKown Leaven- 
worth. 1 v. © Mary S. Holley 
(Mrs. Robert Holley), Marjorie 
MacKown (Mrs. Allison MacKown) & 
Rosemary Leavenworth; 31Jan72; 
DU82455 . 



MCKUEN, ROD. 

Joe Smith is in a meeting. Sheet. 
© Montcalm Productions, Inc.; 
27Dec71; 026338. 
Thursday. 4"1. Recitation, ©on 
words; Editions Chanson Co.; 6Mar72; 
C26804 . 



MCLEAN, KENNETH A. 

Bertha May's cherry rocker; a play in 
1 act by Ken McLean. I8 1. 
© Kenneth A. McLean; 5Apr72; DU8313I. 



MCLOUGHLIN, RONALD JAMES. 

The ransom of Pammy Smith; a melodrama 
in three acts & eight scenes. 59 1. 
© Ronald James McLoughlin; 2Jun72; 
DU83791 . 

MCMAHON, FRANK. 

Borstal boy; adapted for the stage. 
New York, Random House. II8 p. 
Two acts. Based on the autobiogra- 
phy by Brendan Behan. © Estate 
of Brendan Behan & Frank McMahon; 
22Apr71; DP8002. 

MCNALLY, TERRENCE. 

Where has Tommy Flowers gone? A play. 
Dramatists Play Service. 76 p. 
Two acts. © Terrence McNally; 
15May72; DP8000. 



MCNEIL, DORIS. 

Ojenke; a revolutionary musical play 
written by Dee Dee McNeil & Jean 
Johnson. Poetry by Ojenke, Anthony 
Hamilton, Otis Smith S: others; 
songs by Phil Townsend, Morris 
Broadnax, pseud, of Luvel Broadnax, 
Adebayo, pseud, of Adebayo Nlyonu 
& others. 1 v. Three acts. Appl . 
states prev. reg. I965, Bl46. NM: 
dramatization & additions. © Doris 
McNeil & Jean Johnson; 8May72; 
DU83874. 

MCNEIL, LIBBY. 

Don't be the fool that I was; words 
by Libby McNeil. Sheet. © Alexis 
Music, Inc.; 2Nov71; C26384. 



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43 



Sweet illusion; words by Libby 
McNeil. Sheet. © Alexis Music, 
Inc.; 2Nov71; 026586. 

We'll be fine together; words by 
Libby McNeil. Sheet. © Alexis 
Music, Inc.; 2Nov71; C26385 . 

MCPHEE, FRANCES HARGRAVE. 

Benedict Arnold; dialogue script, a 1. 

© Frances Hargrave McPhee; 6jun72; 

DU83822. ^ 

Life of Christ; dialogue script. I 1. 

® Frances Hargrave McPhee; 6Jun72; 

DU83823 . 



MCPHERSON, JERRY H. 

The art of recording, by Jerry H. 
McPherson & John L. Pagano. 1 v. 
Tape script. © Jerry H. McPherson 
& John L. Pagano; 7Jun72; C2723O. 



MCQUADE, WILLIAM J. 

The author. 41 1. Screenplay. 
© William J. McQuade; 28Apr72; 
DU85401. 

MACY (GEORGE) COMPANIES, INC. 
Ah, wilderness. See O'NEILL, 
EUGENE GLADSTONE. 



MADERO, ROBERT. 

Ail-American piece; an original story 
& screenplay. 129 1- ® Robert 
Madero; 28Mar72; DU85048. 

MAECK, PETER. 

The boxer garden; a play in three acts. 

146 1. © Peter Maeck; 7Apr72; 

DU83173. 
A little rain. I09 1. A play in 

2 acts. © Peter Maeck; 17Jan72; 

DU82308. 

MAGDALANY, PHILIP. 

Boo hoo; a comedy. 19 1 . © Philip 

Magdalany; 10May72; DU83526. 
Idyllic; a play in two parts. 

1 V. Contents: Pt.l: Idyllic. -- 
Pt.2: Portrait of a young woman on 
the brink. © Philip Magdalany; 
24Apr72; DU83322. 



MAGOON, EATON, JR. 

Heathen; a new musical; book by 
Eaton Magoon, Jr. & Sir Robert 
Helpmann, music by Eaton Magoon, Jr. 
Version VII. Two acts. Book S: 
lyrics only. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as Thank heaven for heathen, 
25Jan65, DU62115.- NM: revisions. 
© Eaton Magoon, Jr.; 24Apr72; 
DU85499. 

MAHLE, MAEJORIE. See 

DANIELS, MARJORIE MAHLE. 

MAHONEY, GERALD F., JR. 

Son rise; a play about the Resurrection 
of Jesus Christ. 8I 1. 1^° ac*|- 
© Gerald F. Mahoney, Jr.; 14Feb f i, 
DUB2587 . 

MAILE, CHRYSE M. 

Up. See GUNW, GWEHDOLYH. 



Hansel and Gretel. See MAISSEL, 
ALEXANDER. 

Rip Van Winkle; a musical play. 
Book & lyrics, John P. Grahame & 
Sarah N. Malssel; music, Alexander 
Maissel. 1 v. Two acts. Based on 
the legend by Washington Irving. 
© Alexander Maissel; 20Apr72; 
DU83248. 

MAISSEL, SARAH N. 

Cinderella. See MAISSEL, ALEXANDER. 
Rip Van Winkle. See MAISSEL, 
ALEXANDER. 

MAJOR, MICHAEL JOSEPH. 

Antique auctioneer; a play in two acts 
by Mike Major. 75 1 . © Michael 
Joseph Major; 26jun72; DU840l4 . 

Prom the coal mines to the end of the 
assembly line; a play in three acts 
by Mike Major. 84 1. © Michael 
Joseph Major; 26jun72; DU84015. 

The romance of the pregnant pumpkin; 
a play In one act by Mike Major. 
34 1. © Michael Joseph Major; 
26jun72; DU840l6. 



MALJEAN, EUGENE. 

Hoisted; story & screenplay by Jean 
Raymond Maljean. 46 1 . © Eugene 
Maljean; 2Feb72; DU82468. 



MALOOF, WILLIAM. 

The centurion; opera in 2 acts. 2 v. 
© William Maloof; l8jan72; DU82l68. 



MAN, RANDOLPH J. - 

Monsters run wild; screenplay. 

100 1. Based on an original story 
by Arisztide Olt, pseud. From the 
stage version. How the dirigible 
got into Mademoiselle Sam's 
decolletage. ® Randolph J. Man; 
lJun72; DU83781. 

MANAGEMENT PLANNING, INC. 

Valuation of preferred stocks of 
closely owned businesses. See 
MYERS, ROBERT M. 

MANCE, AZELL. 

If your daughter became pregnant and 
the boy decides to run, who will the 
baby call Daddy? And Don't play the 
game if you are not ready to give 
your name and be named Daddy. 1 v. 
Two lectures. © Azell Mance; 
8Mar72; C26936. 



MANN, ALLAN. 
Earthlight II. 



See COHEN, DAVID. 



MAISSEL, ALEXANDER. 

Cinderella; book & 
Grahame & Sarah 
Alexander Maisse 
play in 2 acts, 
the tale by the 
© Alexander Mais 
DU83246. 

Hansel and Gretel; 
Sarah N. Maissel 
Maissel. 1 
2 acts . Loosely 
by the Brothers 
Maissel; 20Apr72 



lyrics, John F. 
N. Maissel; music, 
1. 1 V. A musical 

Loosely based on 
Brothers Grimm, 
sel; 20Apr72; 

book & lyrics, 
music, Alexander 
A musical play in 

based on the tale 
Grimm. © Alexander 
DU83247 . 



MANESS, LARRY. 

Punch line. 38 1. A play. 
Maness; 2Peb72; DU82477 . 



Larry 



MANET, EDUARDO. 

Holocaustum; ou, Le borgne. [Paris] 
Gallimard. 91 p. (Le Manteau 
d'Arlequin) Two parts. © Editions 
Gallimard; 15Feb72; DFO-1874. 

MANHEIM, RALPH. 

Max. See GRASS, GUENTER. 

MANISCH, HOWARD, pseud. See MANISCHE- 
WITZ, HOWARD. 



MANISCHEWITZ, HOWARD. 

This play was cast in heaven; a per- 
formance in one act & intermission 
by Howard Manisch, pseud. 17 1. 
Includes lyrics for 1 song. 
© Howard Manischewltz; 24Feb72; 
DU82485. 



MANLEY, JUANITA 0. 

From darkness, to dawn, to light. 
By Juanita 0. Manley, Orean Mathews 
& Clarence Williams. 1 v. 
Script. © Juanita J. Smith; 
30May72; C27196. 



MANN, KINGS LEY M. 

Adult celiac disease: Diagnosis and 
treatment. 6 1. Script. 
® Kingsley M. Mann; 4Feb72; C26467 . 
Cardioversion. 7 !• Script. 
© Kingsley M. Mann; 12Jun72; 
027239- 
Establishing the diagnosis of dysphagia. 
6 1. Script. © Kingsley M. Mann; 
12Jun72; C27242. 
Intraarticular steroid therapy. 

6 1. Script. © Kingsley M. Mann; 
4Feb72; 026469. 
Managing infection in the leukemic 
patient. 7 1. Script. 
© Kingsley M. Mann; 4Feb72; G26466. 
Managing the TB patient. 7 1. 
Script. © Kingsley M. Mann; 
12Jun72; C27240. 
Primary myocardial disease. 8 1. 
Script. © Kingsley M. Mann; 
4Feb72; 026468. 
Staph infections. 7 1. Script. 

© Kingsley M. Mann; 12Jun72; C27241. 

MANN, MARY, pseud. See ROMAN, MAKY A. 



MANN, POLLYANNA. 

Princess Fay. 49 1. A musical play 
in 4 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Mrs. Walter H. (Pollyanna) Mann; 
I4jun72; DU83770. 



MANN, MRS. WALTER H. 
POLLYANNA . 



See MANN, 



MANNING, MICHAEL JOHN. 

Benedict; a play based on the life 
of Benedict Arnold during the 
Revolutionary War. 97 1. Twelve 
scenes. © Michael John Manning; 
10Jan72; DU825OO. 



MANSON, HARLEY WILLIAM DANIEL. 

The fight at Finns burgh. Johannesburg 
Witwatersrand University Press. 
170 p. Five acts. © Witwatersrand 
University Press; 15Mar72; 
AIO-10432. 

MARCH, DAVID. 

Canterville; a musical fantasy by 
David March & Anthony Inneo. 2d 
draft. 1 V. Two acts. Based on 
the short story. The Canterville 
ghost, by Oscar Wilde. Book S: lyr- 
ics to 2 songs only. © Anthony 
Inneo & David March; 28Feb72; 
DU8280O. 



An original 
Anton Margos; 



MARGOS, ANTON. 

Cummare (The godmother 
screenplay. 98 1. < 
24May72; DU83702. 
I gave thee life. 152 1. Screenplay. 
© Anton Margos; l4Apr72; DU83133. 



MARIN, RICHARD. 

Santa Claus and his old lady, by 
Cheech, pseud., & Chong. 5 p. 
© India Music, Inc.; 13Dec71; C26261. 

MARINELLA, EUGENE P., JR. 

Paper thin; a one-act play. 15 1. 
© Eugene P. Marinella, Jr.; 22Mar72; 
DU83OO3. 

MARINELLA, EUGENE PAUL, JE. 

The mine; a play in three acts. 

26 1. © Eugene Paul Marinella, Jr.; 
10Mar72; DU82867 ■ 

MARINO, DENNIS. 

Roommates; a comedy. 1 v. Three acts. 
© Dennis Marino; 29Feb72; DU82745 . 



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MARX, ARTHUR. 

Minnie's boys; book by Arthur Marx & 
Robert Fisher, music by Larry Gross- 
man ^ lyrics by Hal Hackady. 1 v. 
Book & 



MARISCHCA, ERNST. 
Lisa. See HANMER 



MARISCHKA, HUBERT. 

Lisa. See HAMMER, RONALD 



Two acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© on book only; Arthur Marx & 
Robert Fisher J IJulTl; DP80l4^ 

in seven scenes. 2'6 1. 

® Margaret Mutchler Martin; lAprTl; 

DP? 907. 



MARISSEj ANNE.' 

Let's get dressed and go to bed. 

109 1. A screenplay. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 7Sep71, DU81231. MM: 
dramatization, revisions. © Anne 
Marlsse; 10Peb72; DU82558. 




MARKS, LARRT B. 

But what about me. 
NORMAN. 



See RICHARDS, 



MARLANDO, JACK. 

Windfall; a musical play. Book & 
lyrics by J. Marlando, music by 
Horace Martinez. 86 1. Book & 
lyrics only. © Jack Marlando; 
17May72; DU856OO. 



MARLEN ENTERPRISES, INC. 

Hem-A-Vold. See FLOM, LEONARD. 

MARLIN, DIANE. 

The inheritance, by Diane Marlin & 
Marjorie Mahle (Marjorie M. Daniels) 
104 1. Screenplay. © Diane Marlin 
& Marjorie Mahle; lMay72; DU834l8. 



MAROTTA, AMALIA G. 

The wonderful world of the bookworm. 
51. A play. © Amalia G. Marotta; 
19Jun72; DU83932. 

MARQUAND, JOHN, JR. 

Dead. See STYRON, WILLIAM. 

MARREN, HOWARD. 

Copium. See ABBOTT, CHARLES. 



MARSHALL, ANDREW, III. 

Shadows of the bayou. 133 1. Screen- 
play. © Andrew Marshall III; 
4jan72; DU82170. 

MARSHALL, HOWARD. 

The travel agent; an expressionist 
play. 76 1. © Howard Marshall; 
24Peb72; DU827OO. 

MARSHALL, KATERINA, ' pseud . See 
KUNLIST, MARSHALL. 



MARSTON, JOHN. 

L'etrange ouvrage des cieux. 
CLAIR, RENE. 



See 



MARTI, pseud. See DREIBLATT, MARTHA. 



MARTIN, ADRIAN E. 

Judas priest, super-greedyl or. 

Everything you've always needed to 
know about Judas Iscarlot. 10 1. 
A sermon. © Adrian E. Martin; 
10Peb72; C26801. 



MARTIN, CLARECE R. 

The history of Bullock Hall and 
Roswell, Georgia. 58 1. 
© Clarece R. Martin; 9Jun72; C27279- 

MARTIN, JACQUELINE LOUISE. 

Don't call me Brother. 6 1. A play 
in 1 act. © Jacqueline Louise 
Martin; 12May72; DU83545. 
Make a gay noise unto the Lord. 13 !• 
A play in 2 acts. © Jacqueline 
Louise Martin; 12May72; DU83546. 
Mama's got heartburn, 'cause baby girl 
Just won't learn. 48 1. A play in 
5 acts. © Jacqueline Louise Martin; 
22Jun72; DU85988. 



MARTIN, MAUREEN ANN. 

The red hat; historical drama in two 
acts. 1 V. ® Maureen Ann Martin; 
8Mar72; DU82837. 



MARTIN, ROBERT WESLEY. 

Sperraatocidalmania, it's a new ball 
game; a play in two acts by 
Kornel Petrovich Martinuk, pseud. 
114 1. © Robert Wesley Martin; 
22Feb72; DU82654. 

MARTIN, RUTH. 

La fllle du regiment. See DONIZETTI, 

GAETANO . 
Rusalka. See DVORAK, ANTONIN. 

MARTIN, THOMAS. 

La fllle du regiment. See DONIZETTI, 

GAETANO . 
Rusalka. See DVORAK, ANTOHIH. 



MARTIN, WILLIAM G. , JR. 

Mournful rings the bell; a modern 
symbolic drama. 40 1. A play 
in 7 scenes. © William G. Martin, 
Jr.; 7Jun72; DU83825. 



MARTINEZ, HORACE. 

Windfall. See MARLANDO, JACK. 



MARTINEZ, LIONEL. 

The republic; a film script. l46 1. 
© Primary East Productions, Ltd.; 
24jan72; DU82457 . 

MARTINUK, KORNEL PETROVICH, pseud. 
See MARTIN, ROBERT WESLEY. 



^/marx, AimnjRT^ 

— MlrcOBI^S-bOys 
LA,Hf&^ 




,N, 



A play In 3 
24jan72; 



Mary Mason; 



MASON, CLIFFORD. 

Midnight special. II3 1. 
acts. © Clifford Mason; 
DU82376 . 

MASON, MARY. 

Ah wak. 13 1. A play, i 
20Jan72; DU82355 . 

MASON, MARY L. 

Who's got the medicine: or. The doc- 
tor's in the bush. 4 1. A play. 
© Mary L. Mason; 17Apr72; DU83189. 

MASON, MARY LOUISE. 

White time. 7 1. A play. © Mary 
Mason; 2Feb72; DU82472. 

MASON, RUSSELL B. 

Ceacht a h-aon: am. (Lesson one: time) 
A play in Irish. 28 1. © Russell B. 
Mason; 27Apr72; DU83383. 

MASON, TIMOTHY. 

Robin Hood. See TITUS, HIRAM. 

MASSEY, FERN C. 

Mustard on your pancakes; a one-act 
play. 22 1. © Fern C. Massey; 
50Jun72; DU84o49. 

MASTERS, NANCY. 

The music Jar. 21 1. A play. 

© Nancy Masters; 31Mar72; DU83102. 

MATERO, DANIEL A. 

Trip out; a motion picture screenplay; 
shooting script by Dan Matero. 78 1. 
© Dan Matero; 24jan72; DU82392. 



Jan -Ju 



ES, CHARLES ELLIOTT, 
rri-to acorn cups. 24 1. A play in 5 
episodes. © Charles Elliott Mathes ; 
24Jan72; DU82382. 

MATHEWS, JOHN. 

Oedipus Rex. See PASOLINI, PIER 
PAOLO. 

MATHEWS, OREAN. 

Prom darkness, to dawn, to light. See 
MANLEY, JUANITA 0. 

MATLACK, MARGARET M. 

I've been to the mountain top; a play 
in three acts. 1 v. With music. 
NM: dramatization, lyrics & music. 
© Margaret M. Matlack; 9Mar72; 
DU8260I . 

MATLOCK, NORMAN. 

CP Jogger. 2 sheets. © Norman 

Matlock; 26Apr72; C27205 . 
Concupine coupe. Sheet. Script. 

© Norman Matlock; 26Apr72; C27199. 
E. Z. Jingle. Sheet. Script. 

© Norman Matlock; 26Apr72; C27200. 
Festerfen, hi refer. Sheet. Script. 

© Norman Matlock; 26Apr72; C27198. 
Is there black in your background? 

2 sheets. Script. © Norman Matlock; 

25Apr72; C27204. 
Money random sayings. Sheet. 

© Norman Matlock; 26Apr72; C27201. 
Pubis Jingle. Sheet. Script. 

© Norman Matlock; 26Apr72; C27202. 
Pubis motor cars; commercial. 

2 sheets. Script. © Norman Matlock; 

26Apr72; C27203 . ' 

A random sampler of black. 1 v. 

Script. © Norman Matlock; 26Apr72; 
C27206. 

MATOS, GUSTAVO PALES. 

Cofresl. See HERNANDEZ, RAFAEL. 



MATSON, NORMAN. 

Wish for happiness. 
ELIZABETH HART. 



See EDGE, 



MATTHEWS, VICTOR. 
Christian evidences. 1 v. (Institute 
of Theological Studies recorded lec- 
ture series) Twelve lectures. 
©Outreach, Inc.; 28Deo71; C26308. 



MATZNKFF, GABRIEL. 

La mort qui fait le trottoir. 
MONTHERLANT, HENRY DE. 



See 



MAULTSBY, STEVEN. 

Jessica; a dramatico-musical composi- 
tion. 27 1. Two acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Steven Maultsby; 
27Dec71; DU82207 . 

MAUMEE VALLEY HISTORICAL SOCIETY, OHIO. 
LANDMARKS COMMITTEE. 
A tour of Perry sburg, Maumee and 

Waterville historic sites and archi- 
tecture. See BENTLEY, GILL W. 
A tour of Toledo architecture. See 
BENTLEY, GILL W. 

MAUPASSANT, GUY DE. 

Les bijoux. See YIH, SHIRLEY A. 

MAX, LUCY, pseud. See BOGUE, LUCILE 
MAXFIELD. 

MAXWELL, ROBERT A. 

Black Cherry. l49 1. Screenplay. 
® Robert A. Maxirell; 23Feb72; 
DP7953. 
Claude Piano. 171 1. © Robert A. 
Maxwell; 24Nov71; DP7939. 



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45 



MAY, GLEN P., SR. 

Flory, by Glen P. May, Sr . & Maryhelen 
Barrera. Sheet. © Glen P. May, Sr. 
& Maryhelen Barrera; 29Dec71; C26253. 



MAYLOHE, CLARK. u, k ^ 

Decameron, by Boccaccio; a chamber 
musical; book & lyrics by Frank 
Galati, music by Clark Maylone. 1 v. 
°^t acts, m: adaptation. © Frank 
J. Galati & Clark Maylone; 27AprC<i, 
DU83595- 



MAYO, SANDRA MARIE. 

The ghetto. 1 v. A play. © Sandra 
Marie Mayo; 27Apr72; DU83386. 

MA YE, DALLAS. 

The progerian; a play in one act. 
15 1. ® Dallas Mayr; 10May72; 
DU83525. 

MAZZONI, RAOUL. 

The money. See JOSEPHS, RAOUL, 
pseud. 



HEADERS, MARGARET S. 

Soul soliloquy. Lesson no. 1-12. 1 v. 
Lectures. Appl . states prev. reg. 
lMar71, C24661. NM: additions. 
© Margaret S. Headers; lMar72; 
C26683 . 



MEADOWS, MICHAEL. 

The king's crown and I, 
BRAUNSTEIN, ALAN. 



See 



MEDIA SYSTEMS CORP. 

IBM Selectric: introductory typing 
supplement. Lessons A-D. h v. 
Four slide scripts. Appl. ti.: The 
AVT system. © Media Systems Corp.; 
l6Mar72; C26608. 



MEDION, INC. 

Leave of absence. 
RICHARD. 



See GEHHARDT, 



MEERDTER, GILBERT. 

A different shade of black; a very 
strange tale in three acts. 66 1. 
® Gilbert Heerdter; 17Hay72; DU836O6 . 



MEEROPOL, ABEL. 

Right on, babyl Libretto for a one- 
act opera by Lewis Allan, pseud. 
17 1. © Lewis Allan; 20Apr72; 
DU83249. 

HEISNER, HELVIN CHET. 

Free advice is worth what you pay for 
it; a play in one act. 24 1 . 
© Melvin Chet Meisner; 24jan72; 
DU82387 . 

MEIXNER, JOHN A. 

Women and men; a play in three acts. 
1 V. © John A. Meixner; 10Apr72; 
DU83202. 

MELCHIORI, EUGENE. 

Family meeting. See STEINMETZ, 
URBAN G. 

MENDE, JUDITH KOROTKIN. 

The same difference. 15 1. A play. 
© Judith Korotkin Hende (Judith 
Korotkin or Judith Kobrin); 5Apr72; 
DU83160 . 

MENGLE, KATHY E. 

The cost of creation. 35 !• A play. 
© Kathy E. Mengle; 13Apr72; DU83236. 



MERCALDI, JOSEPH A. 

Just inside somewhere; a tragicomedy 
in musical surroundings. Story & 
lyrics, Ronn Cabaniol; music, Joseph 
Mercaldi. 2 v. Two acts. 
© Ronald J. Cabaniol & Joseph A. 
Mercaldi; 4May72; DU83't56. 



MEREDITH, FAITH. 

The other side of the coin. 1 v. 

Screenplay. © Faith Heredith a.k.a. 
Faith Jennings; lJun72; DU83780 . 

MERIWETHER (ARTHUR) INC. 

Everything out of the garden. See 
HOGUE, KAREN. 

MERRILL (CHARLES E. ) PUB. CO., INC. 
Intermediate algebra scripts. See 
NEWMYER, JOSEPH, JR. 

MERRILL, DOUGLAS L. 

The first trip. See WAGNER, RICHARD. 



MERRILL, FRANK R. 

The people, yes; a musical play about 
strife, poverty and the pursuit of 
happiness; music by Frank R. Merrill, 
book & lyrics by Lorry Merrill. 2 v. 
Two acts. © Frank R. Merrill & 
Lorraine B. Merrill; lMay72; DU834l9. 

MERRILL, LORRAINE B. 

The people, yes. See MERRILL, 
FRANK R. 



MERRIWEATHER, HILDRED. 

Two did, one didn't; an original 
teleplay. 19 1. © Mildred 
Merriweather; 13Jun72; DU8388'i. 

MERZ, HENRY G. 

The wrong Mother Goose. 38 1. A play. 
© Henry G. Merz; 26Apr72; DU83369. 



METZGER, RADLEY H. 

Little mother. See PHELAN, BRIAN. 

METZGER, WENDELL. 

The ceramic womb. 34 1. A play. 

© Wendell Metzger; 19Jun72; DU85927 . 

MEYER, CHESTER FREDRIC. 

Conspiracy. See LONG, J. ARTHUR. 

MEYERBEER, GIACOMO. 

Les Huguenots. See BURG, WALTER V. 

MEYERSON, EDWARD E. 

On with the dance! A comedy in 3 
acts by Ed Meyerson. 1 v. © Ed 
Meyerson; 29Feb72; DU8275I . 



MEYERSON, ROBERT GUY. 

The emperor and the first Christmas 
tree; a screenplay for children. 
32 1. Book S: lyrics only. © Robert 
Guy Meyerson; lMar72; DP7977. 

MICHAEL, KENNETH. 

Foiled again. 3 1. Script. 

© Kenneth Michael; 28jun72; C27245. 

MICHAELIS, JOHN U. 

An Introduction to The human adven- 
ture. See GROSS, RICHARD E. 

MICHELE, LORRAINE, pseud. See 
SEYMOUR, LORRAINE HICHELE. 

MICHELLE, HARION. See GUYARD, MARION 
MICHELLE. 

MICHON, WARREN P. 

The dramatic experience. See 
CLARIS, NANETTE. 

An introduction to dance. See 
CLARK, NANETTE. 



MICOS CO. 

The legacy of tomorrow; film series. 
7 1. Appl. authors: Mary Ellen 
Anderson, Mary Jane Amsteen, Eleanor 
Ann Bates & 3 others. © MICOS, a 
group consisting of Mary Ellen Ander- 



son, Mary Jane Amsteen, Eleanor Ann 
Bates, Sr. Patricia Lee Findley, 
Louise Ann Foy 8- Sr.'-Mary Helen Rlch- 
statter; lFeb72; DP8015. 

MIDAY, CHARLES J. 

Audience; Alley; & You. Three one- 
acts. 1 V. © Charles J. Miday; 
20Apr72; DU83306. 

MIDDLETON, JOHN F. 

How can the self-fulfillment of one 
human being in our society relate 
to the self-fulfillment and self- 
respect of others. See INSTITUTE 
FOR RELIGIOUS 8c SOCIAL STUDIES. 



MIDDLETON, JOHN GODFREY. 

Petigru; a play in two acts. 1 v. 
© John Godfrey Hiddleton; 29Mar72; 
DU83O69. 

MIDDLETON, THOMAS. 

Frauen fuerchtet Frauen (Vfoman beware 
woman) Tragoedie in fuenf Akten; 
freie deutsche Fassung von Lida 
Winiewicz. Wlen, Universal Edition. 
203 p. NM: free German translation. 
© Universal Edition, A.G.; 12Dec71; 
DFO-1869. 

MIDDLETON, WALTER. 

Ethan Brand; a play in one act. 

63 1. Freely adapted from the story 
by Nathaniel Hawthorne. © Walter 
Hiddleton; 9Mar72; DU8284l. 

MIDDLETON, WALTER J. 

The old West tenable; a play in two 
acts of seven scenes. 83 1. 
© Walter Hiddleton; 22Feb72; DU82429. 

MIKENAS, EDWARD, SR 

Mary's chary; a musical play in 2 acts 
Ot 1. Two acts. Book & lyrics onlv 
Su^g^^d «ikenas, Sr.; 6Mar72; '' 

MIKLES, GORDON E. 

The encounter; a rock opera of the 
conversion of Saul; vrords & music by 
Rick Mikles & Jim Mlkles. 131 1. 
© Gordon E. Mikles S- James 
Mikles; 21Mar72; DU82988. 

MIKLES, JAMES E. 

The encounter. See MIKLES, GORDON E. 

MIKLES, RICK. See MIKLES, GORDON E. 

MILANE, JOHN J. 

Ace of spades. See HOUCK, JOY N. , 
JR. 



MILES, WALTER. 

Makln' it. See GREENIDGE, GERTRUDE. 

MILLER- BRODY PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
Africa. See PRIMUS, PEARL. 



MILLER, CLAIRE G. 

Carry on, Mr. Bowditch; dramatization 
by Claire G. Miller & Selma R. 
Brody. 29 1. Recording script. 
Based on the book by Jean Lee 
Latham. © Newbery Award Records, 
Inc.; 10Jan72; DU82243 . 
The cricket in Times Square; drama- 
tization by Claire G. Miller & 
Selma R. Brody. 35 1. Recording 
script. Based on the book by 
George Selden. © Newbery Award 
Records, Inc.; 10Jan72; DU8224l. 
King of the wind; by Claire G. Miller 
& Selma R, Brody. 36 1. Recording 
script. Dramatization of the book 
by Harguerite Henry, © Rand 
McNally & Co.; 10Jan72; DU82242. 
Rifles for Watie. See BELL, ELISE. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan -June 



MILLER, CLAIRE G.-Con. 
Shen of the sea; dramatization by 
Clair.e G. Miller & Selma R. Brody. 
1 V. Recording script. Based on 
the book by Arthur Bowie Chrisman. 
© Newbery Award Records, Inc.; 
10Jan72; DU82239. 
Strawberry girl; dramatization by 
Claire G. Miller & Selma R. Brody. 
36 1. Recording script. Based on 
the book by Lois Lenski. © New- 
bery Award Records, Inc.; 10Jan72; 
DU82240 . 

MILLER, DEWHY. 

The moving picture; or. Don't move, 
you're covered. 36 1. Screenplay. 
© Denny Miller; 31Jan72; DU82329. 

MILLER, IRA. 

Void where prohibited by law. See 
BEGUM, JEFFRY S. 

MILLER, JANET LEE. 

Me and you; a children's television 
show. By Janet Lee Miller & 
Patrick Lee Kimbley. 26 1. © Janet 
Lee Miller & Patrick Lee Kimbley; 
lFeb7 2; DUSje^tJ. 

MILLER, LOREN SOLOMAN. 

Quitting time for a company man. 
See KAUFMAN, JOHN PAUL. 

MILLER, POLLY G. 

Politics 72; songs for new voter educa- 
tion; a musical review. 12 1. Book 
& lyrics only. © Polly Miller; 
13Apr72; DU85083. 



MILLER, RONNIE, pseud. See MILLER, 
SERENE P. 



MILLER, SERENE P. 

Reflections under glass; by Ronnie 
Miller, pseud. 55 1 • A play in 
k scenes. © Ronnie Miller; 5Mar72; 
DU82795. 

MILLER, THEODORA L. 

The Christmas brat. 20 1. A musical 
play in 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Theodora L. Miller; 4Apr72; 
DU83I39 . 

MILLS, LINCOLN. 

The art of bellerln' (bellowing); 

words & music. Sheet. © Lincoln 

Mills; 8jun72; C27185 . 
Criticism; words & music. Sheet. 

© Lincoln Mills; 8jun72; C27183 . 
Gabbin'; words & music. Sheet. 

© Lincoln Mills; 8jun72; C27184. 

MINARIK, RONALD W. 

Code of conduct. 1 v. A play in 2 
acts. © Ronald W. Minarik; 
28Feb72; DU82731- 

MINNEAPOLIS SOCIETY OF PINE ARTS. 
CHILDREN'S THEATRE CO. 
Hang on to your head. See TITUS, 

HIRAM. 
Robin Hood. See TITUS, HIRAM. 

MINST, LENA W. 

The ailing probate courts. Pt.l. By 
Lina Muenst, pseud. 6 1. Lecture. 

© Lena W. Mlnst; 13Mar72; C26580. 



MINTZ, MELANIE. 

Return engagement. 101 1. Screenplay. 
© Melanle Mintz; l4Feb72; DU82595. 



MR. SOUND EFFECTS, pseud. See HARRISON, 
WESLEY BYRON. 

MITCHELL, CHARLES DEE. 

Jumbo pie. JO 1. A play in 4 scenes. 
© Charles Dee Mitchell; 30May72; 
DU83747 . 



MITCHELL, JAMES F. 

Sharon's V & T. 1 v. Screenplay. 

© James F. Mitchell; 8May72; DU83403. 

MITROTTI, P. R, 

Jake. See KORNBLUM, SUSAN. 
MITZELL, MICHAEL CARLYLE, 

Triple fake. See YOUNG, ALFRED 
GREGORY. 

MIZE, BUDDY. 

The Sandman takes you to sleepland. 
25 1. © Acclaim Music, Inc.: 
31Dec71; DP7974. 

MOE, CHRISTIAN. 

6 new plays for children; edited by 
Christian Moe & Darwin Reid Payne; 
pref. by Jane Dinsmoor Triplett. 
Carbondale, Southern Illinois Univer- 
sity Press. 284 p. NM: compilation, 
pref., introd., production notes, 
sketches, Marlin the Magnificent, by 
James Abrell, & Huck Finn, by Paul 
Brady. © Southern Illinois Univer- 
sity Press; 8nov71; A284740. 

MOEBIUS, WILLIAM. 

An anthology of Greek tragedy. See 
COOK, ALBERT. 



MOHON, GARY ROBERT. 

Skyler Frank, he was only nine. 
25 p. A screenplay in 5 scenes. 
© Gary Robert Mohon; 21Apr72; 
DU83315. 

MOLDOFP, SHELDON. 

Wilbur Webster and the spirits of 
1775. 1 V. Screenplay. Appl. 
author: Animation International, Inc. 
©Animation International, Inc.; 
17May72; Du8348l . 



MOLETTE, BARBARA J. 
Rosalee Pritchett. 
CARLTON W. , II. 



See MOLETTE, 



MOLETTE, CARLTON W. , II. 

Rosalee Pritchett; by Carlton and 
Barbara Molette. Dramatists Play 
Service. 27 p. Four scenes. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 15Mar71, 
DU79637. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Carlton W. Molette II & Barbara J. 
Molette; 10May72; DP7996. 

MOLIERE, JEAN BAPTISTE POQUELIK. 

Early to bed. See MCBRIDE, SALLY. 

Le medecln volant (The thieving physi- 
cian) By Moliere; translated by 
Robert D. Haslach. English. NM: 
translation & stage directions. 
© Robert D. Haslach; 4May72; DU83357 . 

The ogre's wife. See KAHAN, VIVIAN. 

The would-be gentleman (Le Bourgeois 
gentllhomme) Translated by Marie 
Starr. IO9 1. A play in 5 acts. 
© Marie Starr; 3Mar72; DU82787. 



MOLLER, CARL. 
Super probe. 



See INFORMATICS CENTER. 



Veteran's return; a screenplay by Thom 
Molyneaux. 91 1 . © Thomas Moly- 
neaux; 21Mar72; DU82975. 

MOMYER, THOMAS W. , JR. 

The book; by Tom Momyer. 101 1. 
Screenplay. © Thomas W. Momyer, 
Jr.; lFeb72; DU82264. 

MONARCH INDUSTRIES, INC. 

If you do your part. See BIANCHI, 
R. J. ' 

MONDSHEIN, KENNETH. 

The adventures of Peter Rabbit. 
Book one: Peter Rabbit in the 
garden. A children's story. 28 1. 
Based on Beatrix Potter's The tale 
of Peter Rabbit. © Kenneth Mond- 
shein; 26Apr72; C2698O. 
The little bird; a folk tale retold 
for children. 13 1. © Kenneth 
Mondshein; 26Apr72; C26981. 

MONTGOMERY, MICHAEL T. 

A little piece of culture; an original 
screenplay. 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 7May71, DU8OO80. NM: 
additions & revisions. © Michael T. 
Montgomery; 22May72; DU83657 . 

MONTHERLANT, HENRY DE . 

La mort qui fait le trottoir (Don Juan) 
Piece en trois actes; texte revu et 
corrlge de Henry de Montherlant, pre- 
face de Gabriel Matzneff. [Paris] 
Gallimard. I88 p. (Collection 
folio) NM: revisions, corrections, 
additions Sc preface. © on principal 
text, preface & notes; Editions Gal- 
limard; 15Feb72; DFO-I873. 

MONTLEY, PATRICIA ANN. 

The house of David. 82 1 . A play in 
4 acts. © Patricia Ann Montley; 
20Apr72; DU83304 . 

MOON, ICEITH. 

Tommy. See THE WHO. 



MOONBLOOD, Q. , pseud. See STALLONE, 
SYLVESTER E. 



MOORE, A. ROY. 

Raymond goes to Carnegie Hall. 

140 1. Screenplay. © Bond/Moore 
Corp.; 10Mar72; DU82863 . 

MOORE, MRS. CHARLES H. See 
MOORE, HELEN M. 

MOORE, CHARLES MICHAEL. 

Peach pickin' time; a play in two acts. 
22 1. © Charles Michael Moore; 
20Jan72; DU82360. 

MOORE, CLEMENT CLARK. 

A Christmas cor(r)al. See WILSON, 

BASIL WRIGLEY. 
Delight before Christmas. See WILSON, 
BASIL WRIGLEY. 

MOORE, ELVIE. See WHITNEY, ELVIE A 
MOORE. 

MOORE, HELEN M. 

Far Susquehanna; a play in 3 acts & 
an epilogue. 1 v. © Helen M. Moore 
(Mrs. Charles H. Moore); 19Apr72; 
DU83292. 



MOLLER, MARY ELLEN. 

Super probe. See INFORMATICS CENTER. 



MOORE, HONOR. 

Through the looking glass. 
BRYAN, ANTONIA. 



See 



MIRESSI, ROBERT. 

Bubbles. 2 v. A musical play in 
2 acts. © Robert Miressi; 4May72; 
DU83459. 



MOLYNEAUX, THOMAS. 

The peeping Invaders; musical comedy 
special by Thom Molyneaux. 72 1. 
Pour parts. Book only. © Thomas 
Molyneaux; 23Feb72; DU82496. 



MOORE, LYDIA LEE. 

Internal combustion; one act play. 
30 1. © Lydia Lee Moore; 5Jan72; 
DU8218O . 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



47 



MOORE J OSCAR E. 

Pig o' my heart. See GREGORY, JAMES. 

MOORE, PAULINE. 

The world oughta be a people place. 
See LA BODA, CARL. 

MOORE, ULYSSIES G. 

The new day in a new era. 7 1. 
Lecture. © Ulyssies G. Moore & 
Benjamen Criswell; 51Jan72; C26454. 

MORALES, ALFREDO. 

Medusa. See CAHBALLIDO, EMILIO. 

MORALES, CONRAD. 

The orphanage; a musical adoption by 
Nicholas Dante, pseud., & Ed Nolfl. 
47 1. Book & lyrics only. © Nicho- 
las Dante & Ed Nolfl; 12Jun72; 
DU83739. 

MORALES, RAUL. „ 4. • 

Rape, American style; by Steve Curtis, 
pseud, l^'^ 1. Screenplay. ©Raul 
Morales; 7Feb72; DU82537. 

MORANTTE, P. C. 

The crested skylarks; a play. 9° 1. 
Three acts. © P. C. Morantte; 
l4Dec71; DU82428, 

MORANTTE, PANYENG C. 

Judas and Magdalen; a play. 101 1. 
Three acts. ©P. C. Morantte; 
6Mar72; DU82809. 

MOREHOUSE, THERESA BIENKO . 

The haunted Halloween; a short play 
with music. 5 1- © Theresa Bienko 
Morehouse; 8May72; DU83512. 

Jack and the beanstalk. 1 v. 

A musical play. © Theresa Bienko 
Morehouse; 5May72; DU83469. 

The king who wouldn't smile. 1 v. 
A musical play in 3 acts. © Theresa 
J. Morehouse; 17May72; DU836OI . 

MOREHOUSE, THERESA J. See MOREHOUSE, 
THERESA BIENKO. 

MORELLI, ELIO. 

La notte dl lady. See CAGIADA, 
GIOVANNI BATTISTA. 

MORGAN, DAVID. 

Meanwhile back in the womb; or. Inside 
Myrtle Sturdevant. A comedy in 
three conceptions; by David Morgan, 
with incidental songs by Michael 
Lessac. 1 v. Book & lyrics only. 
© Heady Shade Pub. Corp.; 5Jan72; 
DU82195 • 

MORGAN, GEORGE J. 

A contemporary approach to music 
reading for singers; a lecture 
series. 67 1. © George J. Morgan; 
19May72; C27116 . 

MORGAN, LUE EDNA. 

Melting pot; first series of the 
Black American. 1 v. Television 
script . © Lue Edna Morgan; 
24jan72; C26332. 

MORGENSTERN, JOHANNES. 

They named the first one Dreadnought; 
a 'documental motion picture shooting 
script. 26 1. ® Johannes Morgen- 
stern; 3May72; C27045 . 

MORISON, JAMES E. 

We all fall down. 80 I . A play in 3 
acts. ® James E. Morison; 12Jun72; 
DU83854 . 



See GATTEY, CHARLES 



MORITT, FRED G. 
The love lottery. 
NEILSON . 

MORITT, SKYE. 

The love lottery. See GATTEY, CHARLES 
NEILSON. 



MORREALE, MARIE. 

Everything you always wanted to know 
about Bobby Sherman; a lecture. 
28 1. ® Superstar Records, a divi- 
sion of Creative Giants, Inc.; 
9Jun72; 027254. 

MORRIS, ALDYTH. 

The clone. 1 v. A play in 3 scenes. 
© Aldyth Morris; 10May72; DU83523. 

MORRIS, GORDON THOMAS. 

Just looking at boats. 7 1. Script. 
© Gordon Thomas Morris; 26Apr72; 
026953 . 

MORRIS, MICHAEL. See MORRIS, ROBERT 
MICHAEL. 

MORRIS, ROBERT MICHAEL. 

Sunday drive. 1 v. A play in '^ 
scenes. © Michael Morrin; iI'ebYt;; 
DU82542. 

MORRIS, SHIRLEY RHODES. 

Make my people live; by Shirley 

Rhodes. 25 1. A play in 11 scenes. 
© Shirley Rhodes; 26jan72; DU82403 . 

MORRIS, VICTORIA S. 

Two puppet plays Sc a rhyme. Hansel 
and Gretel; A trip to Cocaturius; 
The story of A. Woodenhead. 1 v. 
© Victoria S. Morris; 17Nov71; 
DP7957 . 

MORRIS SEY, PAUL. 

Animal, by Paul Morrissey & Vincent 
Fremont. 69 1. Screenplay. 
© Sarx, Ltd.; 13Apr72; DU83233- 

MORRONE, VINCENT. 

Lorenzo; screenplay. 113 1- 
Appl. states prev. reg. 50ct62, 
DU56403 & 10Apr64, DU56994. NM: 
revisions. © Vincent Morrone; 
22Feb72; DU8266I. 

MORSELL, FRED. 

The ballad of "Box" Brown. See 
KEMP, EMME. 

MOSELEY, HAZEL. 

With wings as eagles; choral speech 
work for speaking choir & solo 
voices. 6 1. ® Wetmore Declamation 
Bureau; lSep71; DP7905. 

MOSS, KEN S. 

I heard it In the boy's room. See 
GOLDSCHMIDT, JEFFREY. 

MOSS, MARY. See GREENEBAUM, MARY MOSS. 

MOSSMAN, TIMOTHY ARTHUR. 

Faust died young; a play in two acts 
& twenty-three scenes; by Tam 
Mossman. 81 1 . © Tam Mossman; 
3Jan72; DU82158. 
Iphigenia in Paris; or, L'enlevement. 
A play in 1 act by Tam Mossman. 
16 1. © Tam Mossman; 2Mar72; 
DU82784 . 

MOST, STEPHEN. 

Poe. 24 1. A play. © Stephen 
Most; 31Jan72; DU82295- 

MOTEN, AUDREY MAME . ^ u . , play. 
The birth of the addict. 4 1. A play. 
© Audrey Marie Moten; 22Mayr^, 
DU83735 • 

MOULTON, HERBERT. 

Mark Twain x three; three short plays 
adapted from the short stories of 
Mark Twain, pseud, of Samuel Lang- 
horne Clemens. Mrs. McWllliams and 
the lightning; The stolen white ele- 
phant; The man that corrupted Hadley- 
burg. 1 V. NM: additions, dramati- 
zation & revisions. © Herbert 
Moulton; 20Jan72; DU82167. 



MT. SAN JACINTO COLLEGE, GIIMAH HOT 
SPRINGS, CALIF. 
How to journalize. See ROHR, CHARLES. 

For other works claimed by Mt . San 
Jacinto College, Oilman Hot 
Springs, Calif. See MT. SAN 
JACINTO JUNIOR COLLEGE DISTRICT 
(CALIF.) 

MT. SAN JACINTO JUNIOR COLLEGE DISTRICT 
(CALIF.) 

Analyzing secondary scope patterns. 
M 55-B. 12 1. Filmstrip script. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict; 10Dec71; C26262. 
Brake shoe grinder. AT F-6A. 8 1. 
Filmstrip script. © Mt . San Jacinto 
College a.a.d.o. Mt . San Jacinto Jun- 
ior College District; 10Dec71; 
026271. 
Exhaust emission control — air injec- 
tion. Lll-B. 16 1. Filmstrip 
script. © Mt. San Jacinto College 
a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior Col- 
lege District; 10Dec71; C26264. 
How to journalize. See ROHR, CHARLES. 
How to use a portable tach-dwell meter. 
M 52-A. 6 1. Filmstrip script. 
® Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict; 10Dec71; 026269. 
Ignition scope secondary wave form. 
M 55-A. 8 1. Filmstrip script. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict; 10Dec71; 026267. 
John Bean visuallner. E-2C. 14 1. 
Filmstrip script. © Mt. San Jacinto 
College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto 
Junior College District; 10Dec71; 
026270. 
Off the car dynamic wheel balance. 
E-3C. 12 1. Filmstrip script. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict; 10Dec71; 026263. 
On the car wheel balance. E-3B. 12 1. 
Filmstrip script. ® Mt. San Jacinto 
College a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Jun- 
ior College District; 10Dec71; 
026268 . 
P C.V. systems — operation and serv- 
ice. L-llA. l4 1. Filmstrip 
script. © Mt. San Jacinto College 
a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Junior Col- 
lege District; 10Dec71; 026265. 
Static wheel balance. AT E-JA. 7 1. 
Tape script. ® Mt. San Jacinto Col- 
lege a.a.d.o. Mt. San Jacinto Jun- 
ior College District; 10Dec71; 
C26266. 

MOYER, NEIL E. . 

Florida special; a musical comedy m 
two acts. 1 v. ® Neil E. Moyer; 
28Apr72; DU83392- 

MOYER, THOMAS P. 

The circle. 97 1- A screenplay. 

© Thomas P. Moyer; 22May72; DU83658. 

MOYLE, DONALD ROBERT. 

It runs in the family, by Donald 
Baltusk, pseud. 65 1 . A play in 
2 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
Jan. 1965. NM: revision. © Donald 
Robert Moyle; 25Feb72; DU827l8. 

MOZART, WOLFGANG AMADEUS . 

Die Zauberfloete (The magic flute) 
Opera in 2 acts; text by Emanuel 
Schikaneder, music by W. A. Mozart; 
a new English version by Albert 
Puhek. 37 p. Libretto. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 22Apr70, DU77251. 
NM: translation & additions. 
© Albert J. Puhek; lFeb72; DF7914 . 

MUENST, UNA, pseud. See 
MINST, LENA W. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan -June 



MUFFS, YOCHANAN. 

How -- regardless of his contribution 
— can each human being rightfully 
be entitled to life, liberty and 
the pursuit of happiness. See 
INSTITUTE FOR RELIGIOUS & SOCIAL 
STUDIES . 

MULCAHY, LUCILLE B. 

The broken reed. 62 1 . A play In 

2 acts. © Lucille B. Mulckhy; 
12 Jan? 2; DU82279. 

MULLAMEY, MARY. 

The deadly fixers. 53 1. a play in 

3 acts. © Mary Mullaney; 3Jan72; 
DU02I5O. 

MULLER, MARIA. 

Bendlto de Pabllto. 4? 1. Screenplay. 
© Maria Muller; 3May7 2; DU83329 . 

MULLER, THOMAS EDWARD. 

The conflict of action. 43 1. A play 
in 1 act. © Tom Muller; 5Jan72: 
DU82187. 

MUNDY, JANICE KAY. 

Pink magic; written by Jan & Bill 
Mundy, Oliver Berliner & Milton 
Larsen. 28 1 . A musical play. 
Book & lyrics only. © William H. 
Mundy & Janice K. Mundy; 13Jan72; 
DU82134. 

MUNDY, WILLIAM H. 

Pink magic. See MUNDY, JANICE KAY. 

MUNZ, GEORGE R. 

Alas, poor George. 93 1. Screenplay. 
® George R. Munz; 31Mar72; DU82947 . 

MUNZ J JON. 

Hill County. See THACKERAY, JAN. 

MURRAY, JOHN. 

The knight of Central Park West; 
a comedy. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© John Murray; 19Jun72; DU8394l . 

MURRAY, K. P., pseud. See 
KAPPELMAN, MURRAY. 

MURRAY, ROBERT BRUCE. 

Salem chronicles. 88 1 . A play. 

© Robert Bruce Murray; 17Feb72' 

DU82610. J' < I , 

MURRAY, VIRGINIA L. 

Jackie and the cornstalk; a modern 
fairy tale with music. 1 v. Three 
acts. © Virginia L. Murray; l6Mar72; 
DU82923 . ^ , , , 

MUSIC FRIENDS MUSIC. 

Sami's rapp. See JOBES, ANNETT JANE. 

MUSSET, ALFRED DE.' 

Lorenzacclo. II9 1. A play in 5 
acts. English version by John 
Lewln. © John Lewin; 9Feb72; 
DU82548. 

MYERBERG, JOEL D. 

And with these hands. See GOLD 
BARHY E. ' 

MYERS, ROBERT M. 

Valuation of preferred stocks of 
closely owned businesses. 23 1. 
Lecture. Appl. author: Management 
Planning, Inc . © Management Plan- 
ning, Inc.; 3May72; C27186. 

MYNATT, DAVID HINDS. 

Date with a black man. 37 1. 

Screenplay. © David Hinds Mynatt; 
lMay72; DU83326. 

Narcissus; a film. 1 v. © David Hindi 
Mynatt; 26jun72; DU84026 . 



The guttersnipe; Lights and shadows. 
Two one-act plays by Roy Reldan, 
pseud. 1 V. © Reuben Nadler; 
30May72; Du8364l. 

NAFTALY, HENRY S. 

Who squeezed the toothpaste in the 

middle? A play In three acts. 96 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 15Sep6l, 
55936, as A study in red, white and 
blue. NM: revision. © Henry S 
Naftaly; 31Jan72; DU82450. 

NAGEL, PAUL T., JR. 

Girls' rules; a series of 260 
programs for radio broadcast. 
260 1. © Paul T. Nagel, Jr.; 
lJun72; C27190. 

NAGLE, ROBERT. 

Looking for Ebigone; a tragicomedy in 
2 acts. 106 1. © Robert Nagle; 
24jan72; DU82377. 

NALL, CARL. 

Introduction to cooperative part-time 
programs in vocational education 
See EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATES. 

NAMANWORTH, PHILIP. 

For works by Philip Namanworth 
See GOLDSTEIN, BENJAMIN. 

NANCY ENTERPRISES, INC. 

The comedy of Neil Simon. See SIMON 
NEIL. ' 

The gingerbread lady. See 
SIMON, NEIL. 

NARCY, WILLIAM. 

Anything Is possible; a comedy. 1 v. 

Three acts. © William Narcy; 

28Apr72; DU83397. 
The spur of the moment; a one-act play 

DU82893 ^"^^'-^'" """5^; 13Mar72;^ ^ 
Who is Silvia? A comedy. 1 v. Three 

DU82889^ William Narcy; 13Mar72; 

NARDONTONIA, JOHN A. 

A series of lectures on electronic 

security system engineering. Chap.l- 
The security system. 31 1. © John 
A. Nardontonla; 20Jan72; C26753. 

NASH, LEILA. 

Sojourner Truth; a biography. 77 1 
A play In 3 acts. WM: dramatization 
DU83975''°"^' ® "^"-^^ "^^"^ 7JU172; 

NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. 

Children of the sea and three other 
unpublished plays. See O'NEILL, 
EUGENE GLADSTONE. 

NATIONAL FAMILY INSTITUTE, INC 
MEMPHIS . > ■ ! 

Building family bridges. 
FISHER, HOWARD W., ed. 



See 



N 



NADLER, REUBEN. 

Caesar sneezes; a dramatic comedy by 
Roy Reldan, pseud. 27 1. © Reuben 
Nadler; 15Mar72; DU82932. 



NATURE'S EVE, INC. 

The many worlds of Howard Hughes. 
See DAVIDSON, RICHABD. 

NAUGHTON, LOUISE E. 

Change of life, by Louise Heck, pseud. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. l6jan56, DU4l739. nm- 
revisions. © Louise E. Naughton; 
29Jun72; DU84o46. 

NAUM, EUGENE. 

Stalin; a play in two sections by 
Mlkhael Ignatiev, pseud. 54 1. 
© Eugene Naum; 15Jun72; DU83771 . 

NEALS, BETTY H. 

The miracle of Sister Love; a play in 
three acts. 114 1. © Betty H. 
Neals; 25May72; DU83717. 



NEBBCO PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Life study. See BIENKRANT, ARTHUR. 

NEBBIA, MICHAEL, 

Angelo and Angela; original story & 
screenplay. 58 1. © Michael 
Nebbla; 21Mar72; DU83077. 
Life study. See BIRNKRANT, ARTHUR. 
NEIL,, MILT. 

Mr. Popularity. See LIPPMAN, SIDNEY. 
NEIMAN, IRVING GAYNOR. 

Murder once removed. Dramatists Play 
Service. 72 p. Three acts. 
© Irving Gaynor Nelman; 10Mav72; 
DP8OOI. ' 

NELSON, LOIS M. 

A surprise for Mother Goose; a play in 
two acts. 58 1. © Lois M. Nelson; 
13Mar72; DU82885 . 

Two in a sleeping bag. 33 1. A play 
in 2 scenes. © Lois M. Nelson: 
13Mar72; DU82886. 

NEMETH, JOHN S. 

Sister Rosie's 7th graders. 7 1. 
© John S. Nemeth; 6jun72; C27229. 

NESDORE, PAUL FREDRICK. 

A herd of hogs. 31 1. A play In 1 
act. © Paul Fredrick Nesdore; 
4jan72; DU82173. 

NETHERCOT, ARTHUR H. 

Stuart plays. Edited by Arthur H. 
Nethercot, Charles R. Baskervlll & 
Virgil B. Heltzel. Rev. by Arthur 
H. Nethercot. Rev. ed. New York, 
Holt, Rinehart & Winston. IO38 p. 
© Holt, Rinehart & Winston, Inc.; 
5Nov71; A326012. 

NEUER THEATER-VERLAG, G.M.B.H. 
Schwarzer Peter. See SCHULTZE, 
NORBERT. 

NEUMARK, SARAH C. 

Breaking through the pound barrier. 
2 sheets. © Sarah C. Neumark; 
l4jul72; C27307. 

KEVINS, LINDA M. 

Captain Vargas; a screenplay. 78 1. 
© Linda M. Nevins; 19Jan72; 
DU82349. 

NEW CHATHAM MUSIC. 

Angellque, the good tooth fairv 
See KAYE, JOKI. 

NEW DIMENSIONS PUB. CO., INC. 
In memory of Jerry. See HINES , 
JOHN. 
NEW JERSEY LAW JOURNAL AUDIO DIGEST, 

The taxation of life insurance espe- 
cially as it pertains to the 
practising attorney. See VERBEL, 
JERRY. 
NEWBERY AWARD RECORDS, INC. 

Rifles for Watle. See BELL, ELISE. 
For other works claimed by Newbery 
Award Records, Inc. See MILLER, 
CLAIRE G. 

NEWBURGE, DAVTD. 

The girls who came to dinner. 36 1. 
Screenplay. © David Newburge; 
15Mar72; DU82912. 

NEWMAN, BENJAMIN W. 

Baby dear in the deep white snow; a 
play in three acts. 1 v. © Benjamin 
W. Newman; 21Jan72; DU82367. 

NE1#1AN, WINIFRED. 

Lysistrata's lib. See WAIHRIB, 
SIMON. 

NEWMYER, JOSEPH, JR. 

Intermediate algebra scripts, by 
Joseph Newmyer, Jr. & Gus Klentos. 
Rev. version. 8IO 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 2Nov70, C23944. NM: 
additions. © Charles E. Merrill 
Pub. Co., Inc.; 13Mar72; C2669I. 



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NEWTON, JAMES B. 

Dundor, the dragon; an illustrated 

fable by Jim Newton. Pinal revision, 
Deo. 1971. ^'^ 1. A play. © Jim 
Newton; 3Jan72; DU82141. 

NEWTON, RUTH NALL. 

Chateau en Suede. See SAGAN, 

FRANCOISE. 
The wasps. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Ruth Nail Newton; 26Jan72; 
DU82408. 

NICHOLS, MARTHA M. 

Chickens in the garden, possum in the 
stew. 1 V. A play in 3 acts. 
© Martha M. Nichols; 29Mar72; 
DU83O66. 

NICHOLS, ROBERT. 

Legacy. Episode 1, by Robert Nichols 
& Lenning Davis, Jr. A presentation 
and first script for a television 
series. 73 1. © Robert Nichols & 
Lenning Davis, Jr.; 10Jul72; DU83979. 

NICHOLSON, JAMES CHARLES. 

Next week; a play in two acts. 1 v. 
© James Charles Nicholson; 10Jan72; 
DU82247 . 

NICHOLSON, JAMES R. 

El Paso. See BOYLE, DONALD R. 

NIELSEN, KEITH. 

Judas. 62 1. Twelve scenes. 

© Keith Nielsen; l6May72; DU83593 . 



NIELSON, MARK. 

Words cost ten cents. 
LARRY LAKE. 



See BATEMAH, 



NORRIS, MILTON LEE. 

I cannot live a lie. 54 1. A play 
in 3 acts. © Milton Lee Norris; 
27Apr72; DU83384. 

NORTH CAROLINA NATIONAL BANK, CHARLOTTE. 
Collection procedures. 207 1. Tape 
script. Appl. tl.: Consumer credit 
training program I. © North Carolina 
National Bank; 8Mar72; C26582. 

NORTON, BILL L. 

Cisco Pike. Original screenplay by 
Bill L. Norton. Edited by Norma M. 
Whittaker S: Bob Silverstein. New 
York, Bantam Books, (N701I) 
165 p. © Columbia Pictures Indus- 
tries, Inc.; IN0V7I; A298864. 

NtJCLASSICS & SCIENCE PUB. CO. 
The jackass bone. See SHEARS, 
CARL L. 

NUNLIST, MARSHALL. 

The oilman. See DEWITT, IMRE. 

NYSTROM (A. J.) & CO. 

Where and why. 23 v. Cassette 
scripts. © A. J. Nystrom & Co.; 
12May72; C27153. 



NITE, NORM N., pseud. See DUBMA, NORM. 

HIYONU, ADEBAYO. 

Ojenke. See MCNEIL, DORIS. 

NIZER, LOUIS. 

The implosion chain; screenplay. 
485 1. © Sigma Productions, Inc.; 
8May72; DU835OO. 

NOBLE, BAXTER GARDNER. 

Cardiovascular medicine for nurses and 
medical personnel. 102 1. Lectures. 
© Baxter Gardner Noble; 3Jan72; 
C2628I . 
Cardiovascular medicine for nurses and 
medical personnel. Pt.2. 1 v. 
Twenty-one lectures. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 3Jan72, 026281. NM: addi- 
tions. © Baxter Gardner Noble; 
22Feb72; C26584 . 

NOBLE, G. L. 

A D 2000-plus: mission to New York. 
'8 1. Script. © G. L. Noble; 
26jan72; C26373- 

NOEL, VICTOR. 

If you try. 84 1. A play in 1 act. 
© Victor Noel; l8May72; DU8363I . 

NOLAN, DANIEL PAUL. 

Out in the woods; a fantasy-comedy in 
two acts ty Dan Nolan. Ill 1. 
© Daniel Paul Nolan; 12May72; 
DU83541. 

NOLPI, ED. 

The orphanage. See MORALES, CONRAD. 

NOLL, ROBERT THOMAS. 

February 30th. Act 2. 24 1. 
© Robert Thomas Noll; 31Jan72; 
DU82567 . 

NOLLMAN, JAMES. 

Bam boo; a mime show. Sheet. 

© Jim Nollman; 21Dec71; DP7902. 
Pandora; a gimmick for audience, 
ensemble & rice bowl; a musical by 
Jim Nollman. 1 v. Book & lyrics 
only. © Jim Nollman; 5Nov71; DP7937 ■ 



o 



0. 



V. 



G. See OURIEFF, VERNI G. 



OAKLAND, SIMON. 

The cult. 128 1. A screenplay. 

© Simon Oakland; 7Jun72; DU8382b. 
Keseberg. 116 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Simon Oakland; l6May72; DU83588. 

O'BRIEN, JOHN P. 

Dinosaurs. 57 1. A play in 3 scenes. 
© John P. O'Brien; 10Apr72; DU83207. 

O'BRIEN, WILLIAM GEORGE. 

Boogie woogie bugler Company V; 
book, music & lyrics by Bill 
O'Brien with Lew Davenport. 100 1. 
A musical play in 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © William George 
O'Brien & Lewis Hand Davenport; 
8Jun72; DU8368O. 

O'CONNOR, CHRISTINA D. 

Slaughter of the lamb; by Zally 
O'Connor. 54 1 . A play in l4 
scenes. © Christina D. O'Connor; 
lMar72; DU82769. 

O'CONNOR, JANETTE S. 

The reluctant Christmas tree; a chil- 
dren's musical Christmas play in 8 
scenes by Jan O'Connor. 12 1. Book 
& lyrics only. © Janette S. O'Con- 
nor; 8May72; DU834o8. 



O'CONNOR, ZALLY. 
CHRISTINA D. 



See O'CONNOR, 



O'DONNELL, JAMES E. 

Estimated time of arrival; a one act 

play. 23 1. © James E. O'Donnell; 

4Apr72; DU83640. 
I ride a horse: the same as you; a 

play in one act S- two scenes. 37 1- 

© James E. O'Donnell; 4Apr72; 

DU83145 ■ 
Sardines and rice pudding; a play in 

one act. 29 1. © James E. 

O'Donnell; 4Apr72; DU83l43 . 
Someone in the park; a one-act play. 

21 1. © James E. O'Donnell; 

4Apr72; DU83l44. 

O'DONNELL, JOHN. 

Rock-a-bye Daddy; a comedy in three 
acts. 94 1. © John O'Donnell; 
15Nov71; DP8011. 



OJENKE. 
Ojenke. 



See MCNEIL, DORIS. 



OKEEFE, DENNIS. 

Running room; a screenplay. 86 1. 
© Dennis OKeefe; 10May72; DU83528. 

O'LAUGHLIN, CAROLINE L. 

Chief Crazy Horse. 4 1. (The Ameri- 
cans) © Caroline L. O'Laughlin; 
3JU172; C27261. 

O'LAUGHLIN, MICHAEL E. 

Who's who. 3 1. Television script. 
© Michael E. O'Laughlin; l6Mar72; 
c 2674 8. 

OLFSON, LEWY. 

The President's mistress; a new comedy 
by Lewy Olfson & Sue Lawless. 1 v. 
Three acts. © Lewy Olfson & Sue 
Lawless; 27Apr72; DU83385. 

OLIN, ELLSWORTH, pseud. See HAYDEN, 
NAUR A. 

OLIVER, DONALD. 

Jacob; a musical; book by Patrick 
Shannon, music by Donald Oliver, 
lyrics by Annette Harper. 1 v. 
Two acts. © Donald Oliver; 22Mar72; 
DU83OOI . 

OLIVER, WILLIAM I. 

A hen is only an egg's way of making 

another egg. See ARCE, MANUEL 

JOSE, JR. 
Out shopping. See ARCE, MANUEL JOSE, 

JR. 
'Scusmeplease. See ARCE, MANUEL 

JOSE, JR. 

OLIVTERI, SADYE. 

King! 1 V. A play in 3 acts. 

© Sadye Olivieri; 2Feb72; DU82473. 

OLIVO, JOHN AHGELO. 

Changes. 67 1 . A play in 3 acts. 
© John Angelo Olivo; 23Feb72; 
DU82695 . 

OLSEW, ELIZABETH PEACH. 

Early to bed. See MCBRIDE, SALLY. 

OLSHER, LAURA. 

The princess and the vagabond; a play 
in one act for children. New York, 
S. French. 25 p. © Laura Olsher; 
21Jul69; DF7975. 

OLSHER, LAURA N. 

Which was the son: a play about Martin 
Luther King, Jr. 89 1. Three acts. 
© Laura N. Olsher; 27Jan72; DUS2197. 

OLT, ARISZTIDE, pseud. See MAN, 
RANDOLPH J. 

OLVERA, ENRIQUE. 

A barrio tragedy; a play by Joe 
Olvera, Leo Rojas S: Raul Estrada. 
1 V. Three acts. © Enrique Olvera, 
Raul Estrada & Leo Rojas; l6Mar72; 
DU8293O . 

OLVERA, JOE. See OLVERA, ENRIQUE. 

OMNIPOTENT PUB. CO. 

And that's the truth. See TOMLIN, 
LILY. 

O'NEILL, EUGENE GLADSTONE. 

Ah, wilderness! With an Introd . by 
Walter Kerr (c illus . by Shannon 
Stirnwels. New York, Limited Edi- 
tions Club. 161 p. Appl. authors: 
Sylvie Roizen (decorations) & others 
NM: introd., illus., decorations. 
© George Macy Companies, Inc.; 
15Mar72; A332502. 

Children of the sea and three other 
unpublished plays. Edited by Jenni- 
fer McCabe Atkinson. Foreword by 
Frank Durham. Washington, D.C., 
NCR/Microcard Editions. 2l4 p. 
(A Bruccoll Clark book) Appl. 
author: National Cash Register Co. 
© National Cash Register Co.; 
29Feb72; A316805 . 



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ONETO, RICHARD. 

Til death us do join, by John Douglas, 
pseud. 70 1. Screenplay. © Rich- 
ard Oneto; 8May72; DU83409. 

ONO MUSIC, LTD. 

P is not a dirty word. See PEEL, 
DAVID. 

OOSTENDORP, LUBBERTUS. 

Neo-orthodoxy . 1 v. (Institute of 
Theological Studies recorded lecture 
series) Twenty-four lectures. 
©Outreach, Inc.; 28Dec71; C26314. 

OPATOSHU, DAVID. 

Dance of the bullwhips; original 
screenplay. 102 1. © David 
Opatoshu; 24Apr72; DU8356 J . 

OPPENHEIMER, HELENE H. 

Lucky boots. See CELONA, JOHN 
AHTHONY. 

ORDWAY, SALLY. 

Cross-country. 1 v. Two plays. Con- 
tents: Movie, movie on the wall.-- 
San Fernando Valley © Sally 
Ordway; 20Mar72; DU82989. 

Up. See GUimi, GWENDOLYW. 

OROVITZ, LORRAINE STORE. 

The gray ghost; a three-act play. 7 1. 
© Lorraine Stone Orovitz; 19Jan72; 
DU82338. 
The gray ghost; a three act play by 
Lorraine Orovitz; illustrated by 
Morrie Turner. 33 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 19Jan72, DU82338. KM: 
revision fr illus . ® Lorraine Stone 
Orovitz & Morris Turner; 21Apr72; 
DU83213 . 

OROZCO, ELOY ROBERT, JR. 

And dare to die; a screenplay. l4o 1. 
® E. R. Orozco, Jr.; 24Apr72; 
DU83338. ■ 

ORE, MARY. See DENHAM, MARY ORR. 

ORTNER, EVELYN. 

Upward mobility in downtown Philadel- 
phia. 15 1 • A play in 5 scenes. 
© Evelyn Ortner; l6Mar72; DU82921. 

O'SHEA, PEGGY. 

Wear the gold hat; a play in two acts. 
134 1. © Peggy O'Shea; 20Jan72; 
DU82354 . 

GST, ROBERT S. 

Beast; a satire in one act. 28 1. 
© Robert S. Ost; 4jan72; DU82172. 

0' SULLIVAN, ROBERT TIMOTHY. 

Too pooped to pope; the peregrinations 
of a dlscalced monk; a drama by R. T 
O'Sullivan & J. E. Danlelsen. 1 v. 
Three acts. © Robert Timothy 
O'Sullivan & Jane Elizabeth Danlel- 
sen; 13Mar72; DU82898. 

OSWALD, ELINOR. 

Los Angeles today. 10 1. Slide 
script. © Elinor Oswald; 28Apr72: 
C26955. 

OTTERNESS, WILLIAM B. 

A free personal rapid transit system. 
81. © Willlara B. Otterness; 
21Jan72; C2715O. 

OURIEPF, VERNI G. 

Never any pomegranates; a play In 
three acts by V. G. 0. 1 v. 
© Verni Ourieff; l8May72; DU83628. 

OUTREACH, INC. 

The Book of Job. See WOOD, LEON J. 

The Book of Revelation. See SMITH 

WILBUR M. ' 

Christian evidences. See MATTHEWS, 

VICTOR. 



Christology. See DICKASON, C. 

FRED. 
Conquest .and settlement. See DAVIS, 

JOHN J. 
The divided monarchy — Solomon to the 

exile. See WHITCOMB, JOHN C, JR. 
The Epistle of James. See LEASE, 

STUART E. 
The Epistle to the Hebrews. See 

BUSMELL, J. OLIVER, JR. 
Neo-orthodoxy. See OOSTENDORP, 

LUBBERTUS . 
The prophecy of Habakkuk. See 

LONGENECKER, HAROLD. 
Soteriology. See HOOK, H. PHILLIP. 

OVERTON, MORRIS B. 

AJax News Service. 5 1. Script. 

© Morris B. Overton; 3Feb72; C26454 . 
Ajax Railroad. 4 1. Script. © Morris 

B. Overton; 3Feb72; C26453. 

OWENS, DAVID LAWRENCE. 

Hippopotamus in the bathtub; a three- 
act comedy by Dave Owens. II5 1. 
© David Lawrence Owens; l6Feb72; 
DU82605 . 

OWENS, WAYNE D, 

Putah Slim. See DE RAFOLS, FRED. 

OXENDINE, BILLIE JEAN. 

The magic cypress tree. 24 1. A play. 
© Billle Jean Oxendine; 24Apr72; 
DU83335 . 

OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS. 

My daughter Coppelia. See GRIFFITHS, 
PHILIP. 

OYAMO, pseud. See GORDON, CHARLES F. 



P 



PABST, G. W. 

Pandora's box (Lulu), a film by G. W. 
Pabst. Translated from the German 
by Christopher Holme. New York 
[appl. states: United Kingdom] Simon 
& Schuster. I36 p. (Classic film 
scripts) Translation of Die Buechse 
der Pandora. © on translation & 
description of action; Lorrimer Pub., 
Ltd.; 24Sep71; AF33893 . 

PACE, FULTON. 

The spying dragon; or, A test of fidel- 
ity. A melodrama. JO 1. © Fulton 
Pace; l6jun72; DU83910. 

PACK, JACQUELINE. 

Horatio & me. See KREMER, GLORIA 
HAYES. 

PADILLA, TONY. 

Autumn; a play in one act. 11 1. 
© Tony Padllla; llFeb72; DU82665 . 

PAGANO, JOHN L. 

The art of recording. See MCPHERSON, 
JERRY H. 

PAGE, ALLEN BARTHOLOMEW. 

The acolyte; an original screenplay. 
63 1. © Allen Page; 2Jun72; 
DU83794 . 

PA GELS, CHARLES P. 

The American classroom: an environ- 
mental waste. See IffiAUKLIS, 
JEFFERY HAROLD. 

PAGTER, HANS DE . 

Call It coincidence; a play in three 
acts. 87 1. Includes music for 1 
song. © Hans De Pagter; 23May72; 
DU83668. 



PAINE, ARTHUR, pseud. 
ARTHUR C. 



See PAYNE, 



PALLEK, LUCILE CALVERT. 

The story of Robert E. Lee; arranged & 
adapted for reading. 76 1. 
© Luclle Calvert Fallen; 30May72; 
C27172. 

PALMER, LEIGH. 

And now a word from our sponsor; 
a playette. 2 sheets. ® Leigh 
Palmer; lMay72; DU83485 . 

PALMER, OPAL YARBROUGH. 

The great liberator; radio play. 24 1. 
© Opal Yarbrough Palmer; 5Apr72; 
DU83I57 . 

PALMER, WINTHROP B. 

The miracle of Theophllus; translated 
& adapted. 8 1. Two scenes. 
NM: translation & editorial revision. 
© Winthrop B. Palmer; lMar72; 
DU8257I. 

PANDA, ANDY. 

Earthlight II. See COHEN, DAVID. 

PANGARO, DAVID L. 

Rumpelstiltskin. See POIRIER, DAVID. 

PANIAGUA, JOSE A. 

El Boricua, el Dominlcano y el Cubano. 
34 1. A screenplay. © Jose A. 
Paniagua; 24jan72; DU82I98. 

PAPA, JOAN SPRINGER. 

The tigergnu; an original stage play. 
1 V. Three acts. © Joan Springer 
Papa; 22Feb72; DU82659. 

PARADISO, ROGER. 

Billy Rebel goes collegiate; a comedy. 
1 V. One act. © Roger Paradiso; 
17Mar72; DU82938. 

PARAMOUNT PUBLIX CORP. 

The dentist. 9 !• Screenplay. 

© Raymond Rohauer; 22Jun72; DU83896. 

parasound, inc. 

The Abskalapsa tree. See WYMAN, 
DAN. 

PARDUE, ROBERT R. 

Sweet Willie takes a wife; a comedy in 
three acts. 4l 1. © Robert R. 
Pardue; 20Jan72; DP7933 . 

PARENS, RACHEL A. 

One revolution; a play in two acts. 
44 1. © Rachel A. Parens; 30May72; 
DU83624 . 
PARENT, GAIL. 

There's a place off Broadway. . See 
KELLER, SHELDON. 

PARIS, DENISE C. 

Come again; screenplay. .354 1. 
© Denlse Paris; 12Feb71; DU79585. 

PARIS, RANDY ALLEN. 

The ups and downs of Samuel Frog; 
a children's musical. % 1. Three 
scenes. Book & lyrics only. 
© Randy Allen Paris; 19Jun72; 
DU83926. 

PARK, PHIL. 

Lilac time; a play with music in three 
acts. Original book by A. M. Willner 
& Heinz Reichert, new book & lyrics 
by Phil Park; music by Franz Shubert, 
adapted & arranged by Ronald Hanmer. 
116 p. Libretto. Appl. states 
prev. reg. & pub. NM: adaptation. 
© Josef Weinberger, Ltd.; 3Apr72; 
DU83244. 

PARKER, F. WILLIAM. 

The leaves of our tenderness. 32 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © F. William 
Parker; 28Feb72; DU8274l. 

PARKER, G. ROSS. 

Deep cleavage; a comedy in 2 acts. 
1 V. © G. Ross Parker; 6Mar72; 
DU82821 . 



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PARKER, JUDY. 

Sexism and rock music, by Judy Parker 
Linda Elden. 20 1. Recording 
script. © Abbey Road Music, Inc.; 
23Feb72; C26451. 



PARKER MUSIC. 

Live at the Curran Theater. 
BRUCE, LENlfY. 



See 



PARKS, CLARA L. 

Buy me. Daddy, buy me 1 A musical play 
of the new West in 3 acts. 99 1- 
Book & lyrics only. © Clara L. 
Parks; 12Apr72; DU83089. 

PARTON, EDDIE. 

Monologue two. See MABLEY, MOMS. 

PASATIERI, THOMAS. 

Black widow; opera in three acts; 
based on the novel, Dos raadres, by 
Miguel de Unamuno. Belwln-Mills 
Pub. Corp. 28 p. Libretto. NM: 
new text & music. © Belwin-Mllls 
Pub . Corp . ; 23Feb72; DP7969 . 



PAUL, DAVY, pseud. See SCHUMANN, DAVID 
PAUL. 

PAULSON, ARVID. 

Charles XII. See STRINDBERG, AUGUST. 
Eight expressionist plays. See 
STRINDBERG, AUGUST. 

PAXTON, GARY S. 

p.R-0-G-R-E-S-S. 2 1. © Gary S. 
Paxton; l6jun72; C27264 . 

PAYNE, A. JOYCE. 

The picture of Dorian Gray. See 
PAYNE, ARTHUR C. 

PAYNE, ARTHUR C. 

The picture of Dorian Gray; a play by 
Arthur Paine, pseud., & Joyce 
MacKechnie, pseud, of A. Joyce Payne; 
dramatized from Oscar Wilde's novel. 
108 1. Four acts. NM : dramatization 
& additions. © Arthur Paine & Joyce 
MacKechnie; 26jan72; DU824l7 . 



PASCH, IRENE. 

The gift of the sun. 
SILVIO. 



See PASCH, 



PAYNE, DARWIN REID. 

6 new plays for children. 
MOE, CHRISTIAN. 



PASCH, SILVIO. 

The gift of the sun; a play with 

music based on North American Indian 
folklore; book, Irene Pasoh; music, 
Silvio Pasch. Waterloo, Ont., Water- 
loo Music Co. 2 V. Two acts. 
© Waterloo Music Co., Ltd.; lNov71; 
DF2139 . 

PASHALIDES, JAMES. 

Albert. 44 1. A play in 3 parts. 
© James Pashalides; 28Jan72; 
DU82441 . 
Loose ends. 30 1. A play. 
© James Pashalides; 28jan72; 
DU82444. 

PASOLINI, PIER PAOLO. 

Oedipus Rex, a film by Pier Paolo 
Pasolinl. Translated from the 
Italian by John Mathews. New York 
[apibl. states: United Kingdom] 
Simon & Schuster. I50 p. (Modern 
film scripts) Translation of 
Edipo Re. © on translation & 
description of action; Lorrimer Pub., 
Ltd.; 19Nov71; AP33891- 

PATRICK, JOHN. 

Opal is a diamond; a sequel to Every- 
body loves Opal. Dramatists Play 
Service. 64 p. Two acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. l6Mar71, DU80062. 
NM: additions & revisions. © John 
Patrick; 10May72; DP7998. 

Roman conquest; a comedy in three 

acts. 1 V. © John Patrick; 5May72; 
DU83464. 

Satan's sister; an original musical 
book. 1 V. A play in 2 acts. 
© John Patrick; 27Apr72; DU83382. 

PATRICK PRODUCTIONS, INC. PROFESSIONAL 
EDUCATION & RESEARCH. See 
PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION Sc RESEARCH. 

PATTERSON, GERALDINE. 

Git it together, right on. See 
PATTERSON, JOSEPH A., JR. 

PATTERSON, JOSEPH A., JR. 

Git it together, right on'. 173 1- 
© Joseph A. Patterson, Jr. & 
Geraldlne Patterson; 8Nov71; DP7901. 

PATTIZ, JAY CLIFFORD. 

Thirty love. 30 1- A play in 3 
scenes. © Jay Pattiz; l4Feb72; 
DU82589 . 

PATY, BETTY J. 

This Saviour of mine. See CLEMMER, 
DERRELL W. 



See 



PEACH, ELIZABETH. 
PEACH. 



See OLSEN, ELIZABETH 



PEACOCK, BEN. 

Hadji-Murad. See SHARIA, NOUGZAR. 

PEALE, NORMAN VINCENT. 

Why positive thinkers get positive 
results. 14 1. Recording script. 
Appl. author: American Salesmasters, 
Ltd. © American Salesmasters, Ltd.; 
28Apr72; C26954. 

PEARL, ruth; 

Roommates; a zany sex comedy in eight 
scenes. 102 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 2Dec71, DU8l927 . NM: additions 
& revisions. © Ruth Pearl; 7Feb72; 
DU82539- 

PECKINPAH, SAM. 

Castaway; written for the screen. 
95 1. From the novel by James 
Gould Cozzens, Appl. author: 
Latlgo Productions, Inc., employer 
for hire. © Latigo Productions, 
Inc.; 4Apr72; DU82972. 

PEEL, DAVID. 

F is not a dirty word. 3 1. © Ono 
Music, Ltd.; 23May72; C27109. 

PEER INTERNATIONAL CORP. 

Cofresi. See HERNANDEZ, RAFAEL. 

PELTO, MICHAEL CHARLES. 

Locura de almas (Soul's folly) 1st 
draft screenplay. 117 1. English. 
© Michael Pelto; 6Mar72; DU828l4. 

PEMBROKE MUSIC PUBLICATIONS. 

You're gonna miss her. See WHITE, 
JOHN H. 

PENCE, CHRISTOPHER CYRUS. 

The evolution of an American youth 
culture. See JONES, DONALD 
PATRICK. 

PERENY, GEORGE STEPHEN. 

Angelo. 38 1. A screenplay. 
© George Stephen Pereny; 3Jan72; 
DU82157 . 

PERGRIM, ROBERT LEE. 

The copycats of Summerville, by Bob 
Pergrlm. 37 1 • A musical play. 
Book & lyrics only. © Robert Lee 
Pergrlm; 24Feb72; DU82705 . 

PERKINS, JOHN, SR. 

The yellow pillow; a one act play. 
45 1. © John Perkins, Sr.; 
22May72; DU83652. 



PERLIS, LANCE. 

Intersource. 1 v. A musical play. 
® Puffin Productions; lFeb72; 
DU82577 . 

PERLMAN, HELEN HARRIS. 

The waiting room. 35 1- A play. 
© Helen Harris Perlman; 22May72; 
DU8366O. 

PERLMUTTER, LEONARD L. 

Decision. 83 1. Screenplay. Appl. 
states prev. reg. l8Mar71, 79do9- 
NM: adaptation for motion picture. 
© Leonard L. Perlmutter; 6Apr72; 
DU83165 . 

PERRIE, ERNESTINE. 

The making of a king; as adapted from 
Shakespeare's Henry IV, pts. 1 ft 2. 
With introductory narration by Mar- 
chette Chute. 19 1. A play. Appl. 
author: Theatre in Education, Inc. 
© Theatre in Education, Inc.; 
10Mar72; DU83193 . 

PERRY, ELAINE K. 

The wonderful world of words, by 
Elaine K. Perry Sc Warren E. Benson. 
6 1. Script. © Elaine K. Perry & 
Warren E. Benson; 21Jan72; C26368. 

PERRY, FELTON. 

Or; a play. 40 1. Three acts. 
© Felton Perry; 5Jun72; DU83805 . 

PERRY, GILBERT. 

Revelation (Dream on a midnight 

summer's afternoon) By Ire Black, 
pseud. 81. A play. © Gilbert 
Perry; 3Feb72; DU82513- 

PERRY, MARY ELIZABETH. 

Of course you don't. 5 1. A play. 
© Mary Elizabeth Perry; 8jun72; 
DU83672. 

PERRY, RUTH. 

The girl on the balcony; a play in one 
act freely adapted from William 
Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. 
Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 64 p . 
NM: adaptation. © Ruth Perry; 
20Jan72; DP7920. 
The hobbit. See FRIEDMAN, ALLAN JAY. 

PERSONS, PATRICIA. 

After two decades of marriage. 
53 1. (Arnie) Television play. 
© Patricia Persons; 10Jan72; 
DU82248 . 

PETERS, STEPHEN FREDERICK. 

Den. 12 1. A play. © Stephen Peters; 

29Mar72; DU83O6I. 
Escape; an act in three fixations. 
17 1. A play. © Stephen Peters; 
29Mar72; DU83O56. 
Existop. 4 1. A play. © Stephen 

Peters; 29Mar72; DU83O6O. 
The family. 15 1. A play. © Stephen 

Peters; 29Mar72; DU83O55. 
Pare; in (two) five. 15 1- A play. 

© Stephen Peters; 29Mar72; DU83058. 
Sanctuary. 6 1. A play. © Stephen 

Peters; 29Mar72; DU83O57 . 
Scene one. 7 I'- A play. © Stephen 

Peters; 29Mar72; DU83O59. 
Service. 8 1. A play. © Stephen 
Peters; 29Mar72; DU83054. 

PETERS, WENDELL AUSTIN. 

Good news: a myth or a must. See 
JONES, EMILY. 

PETERSON, BARBARA KRUGER. 

[Holidays] 8 v. Recording scripts. 
Appl. authors: Barbara Kruger 
Peterson & Glen Peterson. 
© Glenarby Productions; 24Feb72; 
C26625. 

PETERSON, GEOFFREY R. 

Pinocchio. See KERR, JAMES E. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan -June 



PETERSON, GLEN. 

[Holidays] See PETEBSON, BARBARA 
KRUGER . 

PETERSON, WILLIAM M. 

The enchanted garden. See SHAUGHNESSY, 
ROBERT M. 

PETRIDES, AVRA. 

The bloom Is off the rose, by Avra 
Petrides & Diane Kagan. 1 v. 
A play. © Avra Petrides & Diane 
Kagan; 21Mar72; DU82983. 
The dirty old man, by Avra Petrides & 
Diane Kagan. 19 I ■ A play. © Avra 
Petrides & Diane Kagan; lOMayTS; 
DU83520. 
High time; a suicidal comedy by Avra 
Petrides & Diane Kagan. 1 v. 
© Avra Petrides & Diane Kagan; 
21Mar72; DU82984 . 
Luminosity without radiance: a self 
portrait. By Avra Petrides & Diane 
Kagan. 62 p . A play. © Avra 
Petrides & Diane Kagan; 2'l-Mar72; 
DU85022 . 
On the rocks, by Avra Petrides & 

Diane Kagan. 1 v. A play. © Avra 
Petrides & Diane Kagan; 21Mar72; 
EU82985 . 

PHELAN, BRIAN. 

Little mother; an original screenplay. 
203 1. ^ Appl. author: Radley H. 
Metzger', employer for hire. 
© Radley H. Metzger; 15May72; 
DU83577 . 

PHELAN, J. B., pseud. See 
DONNELLY, ELIZABETH N. 

PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OP PHARMACY & 

SCIENCE . 

Antiarrhythmics. 1 v. Tape script. 
© Philadelphia College of Pharmacy 
& Science; l6Peb72; 026558. 

Anticoagulants. 1 v. A lecture. 
© Philadelphia College of Pharmacy 
& Science; 20Mar72; C26796 . 

Antlllpemlcs; and Antilipemic drugs. 
1 V. Two lectures. © Philadelphia 
College of Pharmacy & Science; 
3May72; C27026. 

Diuretics. See ROSSI, G. VICTOR. 

Peripheral and coronary vasodilators. 
Tape 5. 11 1. Script. © Phila- 
delphia College of Pharmacy & 
Science; ltFeb72,; C26465. 

Physiology of the renal system. 1 v. 
© Philadelphia College of Pharmacy 
& Science; 22May72; C27154. 

PHILIP, ANNE. 

A quick education. 29 1. (The Mary 
Tyler Moore show) © Anne Philip; 
28Sep71; DP7898. 

PHILLIPS, DOROTHY. 

The bed. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 

© Dorothy Phillips; 17Apr72; 

DU83258. 
Sam's needle. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 

© Dorothy Phillips; 17Apr72; DU83257 . 
What's in the bottle? 1 v. A play in 

5 acts. © Dorothy Phillips; 

12May72; DU835'*7 . 

PHILLIPS, IRNA. 

My brother, my sister; by Irna 
Phillips & Anton Holden. kk 1. 
A screenplay. © Irna Phillips; 
22Dec71; DU82204. 

PHILLIPS, JOHN, pseud. See MARQUAND, 
JOHN, JR. 

PHILLIPS, RUBY HART. 

Drama-dance concert. 18 1. Five 
plays. © Ruby Hart Phillips; 
6Mar72; DU83483 . 



PHILLIPS, WENDELL, JR. 

Harmony Hill. See BRICKERHOPF, 
BURTON . 

PHILLIPS, WENDY. 

Double bed; an unspoken dialogue. 7 1. 
© Wendy Phillips; 6jun72; DU83813. 

PIA, ALBERT. 

Hamlet, by William Shakespeare; one-act 
adaptation by Albert Pia. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 57 P • NM: adapta- 
tion. © Dramatic Pub. Co.; 20Mar72; 
DP7971 . 

Julius Caesar, by William Shakespeare; 
one-act adaptation by Albert Pia. 
Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. ^5 p. 
NM: adaptation. © Dramatic Pub. Co.; 
21Jan72; DP7919. 

PIERPOINT, EVALYN. See 
GILL, EVALYN PIERPOINT. 

PIERRE, ARTHUR P. 

Free money. 1 v. A play. © Arthur P. 

Pierre; 24May72; DU83703. 
War. 1 V. A play. © Arthur P. 
Pierre; l6May72; DU83592. 

PIMLEY, CAJAN LEE. 

Hooker Bridge. See PIMLEY, JOHN T. 

PIMLEY, JOHN T. 

Hooker Bridge; four plays. 97 1. 

Contents: Hooker Bridge The exper- 
iment .--Pride, no matter what. --The 
reckoning. © John T. Plmley & Cajan 
Lee Plmley; 31Mar72; DU83104 . 

PINERO, ARTHUR W. 

Sea change. See BEERS, WILLIAM D. 

PINGET, ROBERT. 

Identite; suive de Abel et Bela. 

[Paris] Editions de Minuit. 126 p. 
© Editions de Minuit; 30Sep71; 
DFO-1878. 

PINGITORE, CARL. 

Come live with me. 1 v. A play. 
© Carl Pingitore; 8May72; DU83799. 

PINSKY, RICHARD. 

The master switch. 126 1. Screen- 
play. © Richard Pinsky; 28Apr72; 
DU83389. 

PINTO, MARILYN. 

Travelin' fever. See KIRBY, CAROLYN. 

PIOTROWSKI, ANDREW. 

Up. see GUNN, GWENDOLYN. 

PISACANE, MARCIA. 

Tokyo diary. See SHIMODA, ITSURO. 

PITCAIRNE, ARCHIBALD. 

The assembly; a critical ed. with 
introd. & notes by Terence Tobin. 
Lafayette, Ind., Purdue University 
Studies. 112 p. 5 acts. NM: revi- 
sions & additions. © Purdue Research 
Foundation; 24jan72; A306922. 

PITTMAN, EVELYN LARUE. 

Freedom Chile; a musical drama in 3 
acts. 1 V. © Evelyn LaRue Pittman; 
31Mar72; DU83107. 



PLANEMAR MUSIC CO. 

Throw out the lifeline. 
LAWRENCE. 



See ROBERTS, 



PLAQUE MUSIC. 

Old Ben. See SIMPSON, JOE C. 



PLAUTUS . 

Miles glorlosus. 
DOUGLAS A. 



See JOHNSON, 



PLOETZ, RICHARD G. 

Oil's ice cream suit. 4o 1. A play. 
© Richard G. Ploetz; 8jun72; DU83843. 



PLON, LIBRAIRIE. 

Electre. See YOURCENAR, MARGUERITE. 
Le mystere d'Alceste. See 
YOURCENAR, MARGUERITE. 

PLOTKIN, EDWARD J. 

A Chinese and American fable; to be 
shown on television. 6 1. Script. 
© Edward J. Plotkln; 23Feb72; C26447. 

POE, EDGAR ALLAN. 

The fall of the house of Usher. See 
BHOME, ROBERT. 

POIRIER, DAVID. 

Rumpelstiltskln; a fairy tale by David 
Polrier & David Pangaro. 15 1. 
A play in 11 scenes. © David 
Polrier & David Pangaro; 25Feb72; 
DU82719 . 

POLLARD, LILYCE JUNE. 

National Women Executives, Inc.: 

Standard member installation. 2 1. 
© Lilyce June Pollard; 7Mar72 ; 
C26681. 

POLSKY, MILTON E. 

The ballad of "Box" Brown. See 
KEMP, EMME. 

PONDEROSO, LOUIS M. 

Requiem for a brownstone; a play in 
two acts. 1 V. © Louis M. 
Ponderoso; 21Mar72; DU82979. 
S.P.O. (Scientifically planned 
obsolescence) A modern tragedy. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. © Louis M. 
Ponderoso; 7Apr72; DU83l84. 

POOCHIE, pseud. See HUDSON, EARNEST L. 

POOL, CARL W. 

Seek ye first the kingdom of God. 
52 1. Sermon. © Carl W. Pool; 
5Apr72; C26879- 

POOVEY, W. A. 

Mustard seeds & wine skins; dramas 
and meditations on seven parables. 
Minneapolis, Augsburg Pub. House. 
128 p. © Augsburg Pub. House; 
3Jan72; A503139. 

POPPE, WILLIAM. 

Krawtaddy; a musical fable. 1 v. Two 
acts. © William Poppe; 10May72; 
DU83519 . 

PORTARO, JOSEPH. 

Vietnam; a play in many scenes. 71 1. 
© Joseph Portaro; ljul71; DP7944. 

PORTER, BETTY CASE. 

The magic pinata; an original play for 
children. 1 v. A musical in 3 
acts. Book & lyrics only. © Betty 
Case Porter; 5May72; DU83466. 

PORTER, TEDDY. 

Before the flour is ready; a three-act 
drama. 109 1. © Teddy Porter; 
6jun72; DU83973. 

PORTER, TERRY. 

The assassination of Senator Long. 
33 1. A play in 3 acts. © Terry 
Porter; 20Mar72; DU82960. 

POSTAL, JULIUS BERNARD. 

Discordant note. See POSTAL, STEVE J. 

POSTAL, STEVE J. 

Discordant note; by Steve J. Postal & 
Julius Bernard Postal. 1st draft. 
54 1. A screenplay. © Steve J. 
Postal & Julius Bernard Postal; 
10Jan72; DU82256. 

POSTON, JANE. 

Janaki. Recording scripts. Appl. 
authors.: Jane Poston & WGBH Educa- 
tional Foundation. © Jane Poston 
& WGBH Educational Foundation. 
Cat stretch. © 25Apr72; 026972. 



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1972 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



53 



Elephant swing. © 25Apr72; C26975- 
Face and head massage. © 25Apr72; 

C26973. ^ , 

Foot massage. © 25Apr72; C2697t. 
Let go. © 25Apr72; C26976. 
Neck flex. © 25Apr72; C26970. 
New moon prone. © 25Apr72; C26971. 
Quick relaxation. © 25Apr72; 

C26977. 
Roman banquet stretch. © 25Apr72; 

C26978. 
Your upper body. © 25Apr72; C26979. 

POT, pseud. See NAMAMVORTH, PHILIP. 

POTTER, BEATRIX. 

The adventures of Peter Rafbit. See 
MONDSHEIN, KENWETH. 

POULOS, THOMAS G. 

Two lives. 57 1. A screenplay.- 
© Thomas G. Poulos ; l4jun72; 
DU83888. 

PREHEIM, LYLE. 

At desert's edge; Lyle Preheim, 
composer; Lauren Frlesen, writer. 
Newton, Kan., Faith & Life Press. 
1 V. © Faith & Life Press; lMar72; 
DP7963 . 

Changing faces. See WESTERN DISTRICT 
YOUNG PEOPLE'S UNION. 

On becoming; and A Thanksgiving cele- 
bration. Edited by Lyle Preheim & 
Lauren Friesen. Faith & Life Press. 
20 p. With music. © Faith & Life 
Press; 3May72; DP7995 • 

The prodigal son; edited by Lyle 

Preheim S: Lauren Friesen. Newton, 
Kan., Faith & Life Press. 30 p. 
Six scenes. With music. © Faith & 
Life Press; 3May72; DP799't . 

PRENTICE -HALL, INC. 

Medusa. See CARBALLIDO, EMILIO . 

PRICE, PAUL B. 

Hello Monday; an original screenplay. 
72 1. © Paul B. Price & Sintra Pro- 
ductions, Inc.; 12Apr72; DU83268. 

PRIMA, LEON A. , JR. 

The ballad of Sigmund Schwartz 

0' Hooligan. See RUDERMAN, MYRON. 

PRIMARY EAST PRODUCTIONS, LTD. 

The republic. See MARTINEZ, LIONEL. 

PRIMUS, PEARL. 

Africa. 1 v. Recording script. 
® Miller-Brody Productions, Inc.; 
29Feb72; C26568. 

PRINCE, BARRY HARTE. 

2069 -- that wonderful year; a sci-fi 
comedy film about a pornographic 
documentary quiz show television 
special. 55 1. © Barry Harte 
Prince; 2Mar72; DU82776. 

PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION & RESEARCH. 

Brushing. Film no.l^. 8 1. Script. 
© Professional Education & Research, 
a division of Patrick Productions, 
Inc.; 4jan72; C26341 . , 

Flossing. Film no.13. 10 1. Script. 
© Professional Education & Research, 
a division of Patrick Productions, 
Inc.; ^Jan72; C26342. 

It's up to you. 7 1. Filmstrip 
script. ® Professional Education 
& Research, a division of Patrick 
Productions, Inc.; 3Apr72; C26850. 

Looping or 360" flossing. Film no.l6. 
6 1. Script. Appl. ti.: 360' floss- 
ing or looping. © Professional Edu- 
cation 8: Research, a division of 
Patrick Productions, Inc.; 4jan72; 
026339. 

Perio-aid. Film no. 15. 6 1. Script. 
© Professional Education & Research, 
a division of Patrick Productions, 
Inc.; 4jan72; C26340. 



Your dental examination. 9 !• 

Filmstrip script. © Professional 
Education & Research, a division of 
Patrick Productions, Inc.; 3Apr72; 
C2685I. 

PROFFER, CARL R. 

The early plays of Mikhail Bulgakov. 
See BULGAKOV, MUtHAIL AFANASIEVICH. 

PROFFER, ELLENDEA. 

The early plays of Mikhail Bulgakov. 
See BULGAKOV, MIKHAIL AFANASIEVICH. 

PRONECHEN, JOSEPH S. 

In one ear; a comedy in 1 act. 
21 1. © Joseph S. Pronechen; 
2Feb72; DU8247I. 

PROVOST, CONSUELA M. 

Somethln' pretty; a play in five 

scenes written by Sybil Kein, pseud. 
76 1. ® Consuela M. Provost; 
3JU172; DU83964. 

PUBLIC AFFAIRS CONFERENCE CENTER. 

How many, and who, is it wise to set 

at liberty. See BAWFIELD, EDWARD C. 
The role of law during times of 

crisis: would liberty he suspended. 

See DERSHOWITZ, ALAN M. 
Violence and authority: definitions 

and perspectives. See VAN DEN 

HAAG, ERNEST. 

PUBLIC EDUCATION PUBLICATIONS. 
Chiropractic, the master key to 

health. See KUXHAUS, RICHARD LEE. 
Health insurance. See KUXHAUS, 
RICHARD LEE. 

PUCCINI, GIACOMO. 

La rondine (Die Schwalbe) Oper in 
drei Akten von A. M. Wlllner, Heinz 
Reichert & Giuseppe Adami; fuer die 
deutsche Buehne bearbeitet von 
Karlheinz Gutheim. [Austria] Univer- 
sal Edition. 55 P- Textbuch. NM: 
arrangement for the German stage. 
© Universal Edition, A.G.; 220et71; 
DFO-I872. 

PUCCIONI, MADELINE D. 

Laundromat; a comedy in one act. 37 1. 
©Madeline D. Puccionl; 5Jun72 ; 
DU83809 . 

PUDIM, ALAFIA. 

Birds word. 2 sheets. © Spoet Pub. 

Corp.; 15May72; C27044 . 
E pluribus unum. 2 sheets. © Spoet 

Pub. Corp.; 15May72; C2704l. 
The hustler's convention. 1 v. 

© Spoet Pub. Corp.; 3May72; 027143- 
Jazzoetry. 2 sheets. © Spoet Pub. 

Corp.; 15May72; C27043. 

PUFFIN PRODUCTIONS. 

Intersource. See PERLIS, LANCE. 

PUGH, SHIRLEY. 

In one basket; one dozen folk and 
fairy tales for the stage. Anchor- 
age, Ky., Anchorage Press. 50 p. 
© Anchorage Press, Inc.; 9Jun72; 
DP8042. 

FUHEK, ALBERT J. 

Die Zauberfloete. See MOZART, 
WOLFGANG AMADEUS . 

PULASKI, CHARLES A. 

The vice-president; a drama in three 
acts. 1 V. © Charles A. Pulaski; 
24May72; DU83700 . 

PULITO, ANNIE M. 

The castle of dreams. 79 1. A play 
in 4 acts. © Annie M. Pulito; 
26May72; DU83798. 

PULITO, ANNIE MARIA. 

The love thief. 72 1. A play in 5 
acts. © Annie M. Pulito; 17Apr72; 
DU83328. 



PUPPET PALS CO. See HARP, GRACE E. 

PURDUE RESEARCH FOUNDATION. 
The assembly. See PITCAIRNE, 
ARCHIBALD. 

PYMAN, AVRIL. 

Three plays. See SHVARTS, YEVGEKIY. 



Q 



QUIAT, LILLIAN PERLMAN. 

The storelady. 47 1. Teleplay. 

® Lillian P. Quiat; 30May72; DU83795 . 

QUILL, JOHN E. 

What does love sound like? An origi- 
nal screenplay. 96 1. A musical. 
Book & lyrics only. © John E. 
Quill; 28Feb72; DU82502. 

QUINCY, GORDON, pseud. See APAMS, 
JOHN GORDON. 



R 



R., JEREMY, pseud. See RANDOLPH, JERRY. 

RABANI, AHUVA. See BEN-AMRAM, AHUVA. 

RABB, ALICE. 

Communism or Christianity? 33 1- 
A play. Includes music for 
1 song. © Alice Rabb; 3Feb72; 
DU825O6. 

RABINOWITZ, SAM J. 

Understanding; the not-perfect musical 
Rev. ed. 2 V. © Sam J. Rabinowitz; 
lMar72; DU82773 . 

RACINA, THOM, pseud. See RAUCINA, 
THOMAS F. 

RADO, JUNE. 

Mackinac. See SLABEY, CHARLENE W. 

RADULOVIC, MARJORIE. 

The piranha; a two-act play. 48 1. 
© Marjorie Radulovic; 24Feb72; 
DU824l8. 

RAE, HUGH C. 

The interview; screenplay by Hugh C. 
Rae & Steven Skloot; from the novel 
by Hugh C. Rae. 1st draft. Mar. 1, 
1972. 128 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. & pub. 1969. NM: dramatization. 
© Steven Philip Skloot; 8May72; 
DU83491. 

RAFT, CAROLE. 

Is this any way to earn a living? An 
original story & screenplay by Carole 
& Walter Raft. 51 1 . © Carole Raft 
& Walter Raft; 20Apr72; DU833OO. 

RAFT, WALTER. 

Is this any way to earn a living. 
See RAFT, CAROLE. 

RAGNI, GEROME. 

Dude (The highway life) 1 v. A musi- 
cal play in 2 acts. Book S- lyrics 
only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
15Mar72, DU83530. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Gerome Ragni; l6jun72; 
DU83913 • 
Dude, the highway life, the last 
Broadway musical. 85 1 . A play. 
Book & lyrics only. © Gerome Ragni; 
17May72; DU83530. 

RAIRDEN, TRUDY. 

Ba ba bu; a distinctive advertising 
program. 5 1. Lecture. © BRG, 
Inc.; 17Feb72; C26576. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan -June 



RAMEE, LOUISE DE LA. 

The Nurnberg stove. See ZEIDELMAN, 
CLAIRE. 

RAMP, PHILIP. 

The nannies. See SKOURTIS, GIORGOS. 

RAMSEY, MICHAEL L. 

Free for all and equal to none; a 
script for radio. 10 1. Includes 
music & lyrics to 1 song. © Michael 
L. Ramsey; 10Apr72; DU83205. 

RAMSEY, PETER. 

Paris then. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Peter Ramsey; 29Mar72; DU83O65. 

RAND MCNALLY & CO. 

King of the wind. See MILLER, 
CLAIRE G. 

RANDOLPH, JERRY. 

The birth of tomorrow; original drama; 
author, Jerry Randolph (pseud., 
Jeremy R. ) 33 1- © Jerry Randolph; 
l8jan72; DU82316 . 

RANUCCI, JOSEPHINE. 

Put another bed; by Jo Ranucci. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. © Jo 
Ranucci; 3Mar72; DU82788. 

RAPHAELSON, SAMSON. 

Young man. 93 1- Screenplay. Appl . 
states prev. reg. as A prince in dis- 
guise, 10May71, DU80877. NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. © Samson Raphael- 
son; lMay72; DU83420. 



RAPP, DORIS I. 
Ogungo sequence. 
JOHN CLAUDE. 



See BIRIHGER, 



RATCLIFFE, HELEN. 

The doctors, the nurses and the 

interns. 1 v. A play in 4 scenes. 
© Helen Ratcllffe; 25May72; DU83713. 

RAUCINA, THOMAS F. 

The marvelous misadventure of Sherlock 
Holmes; book, music & lyrics by Thom 
Racina, pseud. 1 v. Two acts. 
© Thomas F. Raucina; 31Mar72; 
DU83096 . 

RAVOSA, CARMINO C. 

Young John P. Kennedy. 3 v. A musical 
play in 2 acts. © Carmino C. 
Ravosa; 15Dec71; DU82136. 

RAY, LAWRENCE EARL. 

Reach high -- but don't grab; a play 
in 2 acts. 1 v. Appl. states prev. 
reg. l8Apr69, DU74109. NM: addi- 
tions. © Lawrence Earl Ray; 20Mar72; 
DU8296I . 



RECREATIONAL RESEARCH. 

Yellowstone National Park Commemora- 
tive Centennial sound tape, l872- 
1972. 29 1. © Recreational Re- 
search; 9Jun72; C27235 • 

REDMAN, GERALD EVARTS . 

Curiouser and curiouser. 52 1. 
A play. © Gerald Evarts Redman; 
30Mar72; DU83074 . 

REDMON, LOIS KIVETT. 

Bim and boom; radio script. 12 1. 
© Lois Kivett Redmon; 8May72; 
DU83504 . 

REDMOND, LAWRENCE CRAIG, JR. 

Mama's children. 4l 1 . A play. 
© Lawrence Craig Redmond, Jr.; 
l8Apr72; DU83278. 

REDWOOD, JOHN H., III. 

But I can't go alone. 75 1 • A play in 
2 acts. © John H. Redwood III; 
6Jun72; DU83817. 



REEB, PAULINE K. 

If you are betrayed; a drama in 4 acts 
by Paula K. Renk, pseud. 74 1 . 
© Paula K. Renk; 12Apr72; DU83228. 



REE HER, ZELDA. 

A Selichot folk service. 
STANLEY M. 



See UREAS, 



REED, DARREL. 

Old Ben. See SIMPSON, JOE C. 

REED, MARY D. 

Ogungo sequence. See BIRINGER, 
JOHN CLAUDE. 

REED, SCOTTY. See REED, DARREL. 

REEVE, FRANKLIN DOLIER. 

The three-sided cube. 52 1. A play. 
© F. D. Reeve; 20Mar72; DU8299O . 

REEVES, EDDIE. 

Greenwich Village glue blues. 3 1. 
© Unart Music Corp.; 13Dec71; C27169. 
REEVES, RUTH E. 

Dialects and speech patterns. See 
BOYNTOK, ROBERT W. 

REGAN, SYLVIA. See ELLSTEIN, SYLVIA 
REGAN. 

REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OP CALIFORNIA. 
See UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA. REGENTS. 

REICHBACH, EUGEN. 

Is Dan Jackson guilty? A drama in 
three acts. 1 v. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 5Sep67 , DU69538 & 
28Dec70, DU78959. MM: additions & 
revisions. © Eugen Reichbach; 
29Dec71; DU82209. 

REICHERT, HEINZ. 

Lilac time. See PAEK, PHIL. 

La rondine. See PUCCINI, GIACOMO. 

REIMOLD, KATHLEEN. 

Tom Thumb; music by Kathleen Reimold, 
lyrics by Robert Schroeder & Kathleen 
Reimold, book by Robert Schroeder, 
Kathleen Reimold S- Richard Reimold. 
1 V. A play in 7 scenes. © Robert 
Schroeder, Richard E. & Kathleen 
Reimold; 15Jun72; DU839OO. 

REIMOLD, RICHARD E. 

Tom Thumb. See REIMOLD, KATHLEEN. 

REINGOLD, HILDA STERN. 

When songs ray soul has sung are ended; 
a play in three acts. 52 1. 
© Hilda Stern Reingold; 27Mar72; 
DU82875 . 

REISIffi, JURGEK P. 

Madlock. See HATCH, GEORGE, JR. 



RELDAN, ROY, pseud. See NADLER, REUBEN. 

See 



RENFRO, NANCY. 

Make room for the animals. 
GOLDBLOOM, IRMA A. 



RENK, PAULA K., pseud. See 
REEB, PAULINE K. 

REPAS, FRANCIS. 

The inquiry; a screenplay. 88 1. 
© Francis Repas; 27Apr72; DU8338O. 



REVERE, STEPHEN L., pseud. 
SALTONSTALL, STEPHEN. 



See 



REYHER, LOREN D. 

Jason. 54 1. A play in 2 acts. 

© Loren D. Reyher; l4jun72; DU83774 . 

REYNOLDS, HERBERT W. 

Knievel, a living legend. See 
STRINGER, JAMES R. 



REZVANI, MEDJID KAN. 

Captain Schelle, Captain Essoh. 

English version by Catherine Duncan 
& Marlon Michelle (Marion Michelle 
Guyard) 1 v. A musical play in 
4 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Catherine Duncan & Marlon Michelle; 
24Mar72; DU83575. 

RHEA, VERA M. 

Modular motels and restaurants by 
lecture. See HARRELL, CHARLES D. 



RHODES, ROBERT R. 
A house divided. 
MICHAEL E. 



See BUSH, 



RHODES, SHIRLEY. See MORRIS, SHIRLEY 
RHODES . 

RHYTHMS PRODUCTIONS. 

The line country. See WHITE, RUTH S. 
Shape land. See WHITE, RUTH S. 

RICHARD, DENNIS NORMAN. 

The curiosity of the adroit; a holy 
theatrical mass. 103 1. © Dennis 
Norman Richard; 22Mar72; DU83004 . 

RICHARD, MARY HELEN. 

The gap. 1 V. A play in 3 acts. 
© Mary Helen Richard; 8May72; 
DU83768. 

RICHARDS, DELOIS. 

The Bishops, by Dee Richards. 47 1. 
A play. © Dee Richards; 13Mar72; 
DU82888. 

RICHARDS, JAMES. 

We could have been top athletes; an 
original story written & adapted 
for television. 30 1. © James 
Richards; 3Jan72; DU82155 . 

RICHARDS, NORMAN. 

But what about me? Book & lyrics, 
Larry B. Marks; music, Norman 
Richards. 2 v. A play in 2 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 5Aug71, 
EU271677-271685. HM: script & Act II 
music. © Norman Richards & Larry B. 
Marks; 19May72; DU83564 . 

RICHARDSON, CHARLES CLINTON. 

Zuper dealer. Sheet. Television 
script. © Charles Clinton Richard- 
son; 22Feb72; C26539. 

RICHARDSON, CLAIBE. 

The grass harp; a musical play. 
Book S: lyrics by Kenward Elmslle, 
music by Claibe Richardson. 2 v. 
5 scenes. Based on the novel by 
Truman Capote. © Kenward G. 
Elmslle & Claibe Richardson; 
lFeb72; DU82265 . 

RICHARDSON, ROY S., JR. 

The confrontation. 42 1. A play. 
© Roy S. Richardson, Jr.; 19May72; 
DU83556 . 

RICHSTATTER, MARY HELEN, SISTER. See 
MICOS CO. 

RIDDLE, LUTHER A. 

The rapture. See HESTER, JACK W. 

RIDER, THOMAS JOHN. 

Theory of non absolute, non relativist- 
ic observer matrix manifold state 
cosmology. 2 1. © Thomas John 
Rider; l4Mar72; C26743 . 

RIDGEWAY, LINDSAY D. 

We'll meet again you and I; an 
original story written & adapted 
for television. 30 1. © Lindsay D. 
Ridgeway; 3Jan72; DU82153 • 



RIDOLFO, RONALD. 

Requiem for a king. 1 v. A musical 
play in 2 acts. © Ronald Ridolfo; 
21Jan72; DU82364 . 



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RIESER, ALLAW. 

The broi-mstone urge. See POSTER, 
GLADYS S. 

RILEY, LEWIS ALFRED. 

Hellcops. 1 V. Screenplay. © Lewis 
Alfred Riley; 17Apr72; DU85l88. 

RIMSKY-KOESAKOV, NIKOLAI . 

The snowmaiden; music by Rim£.K.y-Korsa- 
koff [i.e., Korsakov]; translated, 
adapted & arranged by Blanche Thebom. 
2 V. Six scenes. Appl . states prev. 
reg. & pub. 1908. NM: translation, 
adaptation & arrangement. © Blanche 
Thebom; 6Mar72; DU828II . 

RINEHAET PRESS. 

The living art. See HILL, PHILIP 0. 

RISK ANALYSIS & RESEARCH CORP. 

Conflict resolution: anatomy of a dis- 
pute. 15 1. Slide script. © Con- 
sulting Engineers Council, U.S.A.; 
22Mar72; 026797- 

RISON, LA VERNE. 

Budulinik; a musical play for children 
in three acts; based on the fairy 
tale of the same title. 36 1. Book 
& lyrics only. MM: dramatization, 
book, lyrics & dialog. © Laverne 
Rison; 4Jan72; DU82177. 

RITER, DORRIS. 

The youngest wise man. Houston, Edge- 
moor Pub. Co. 16 1. ® Dorris Riter; 
15Sep71; DP7961. 

RITTS, PAUL G. 

The day people stopped talking; or. 
The great silence. 28 1. Screen- 
play. © Paul G. Ritts; 7Feb72; 
DU82292. 



RITZ, JOEL. 

Make peace. 4 1. 
20Dec71; C26542. 



Joel Ritz; 



RIVERO, FRANCISCO VICTOR. 

Chinese football. 1 v. A play in 

2 acts. © Francisco Victor Rivero; 
l8Feb72; DU82844. 

Football jokes; by Frank Rivero. 

3 V. © Francisco Victor Rivero; 
4Apr72; C26802. 

EOBB, JOAN. 

A typology of communal living. 

11 1. © Joan Robb; 3Mar72; C26632. 

ROBERTS, BROCKTON, pseud. See BROCK, 
ROBERT J. 

ROBERTS, KENNETH D. 

Eli Terry and the patent shelf clock. 
5 1. © Kenneth D. Roberts; 17Apr72; 
C26873 . 

ROBERTS, LAWRENCE. 

Throw out the lifeline; recitatxon. 
Sheet. © Herman Lubinsky d.b.a. 
Planemar Music Co.; I4'0ct71; C26337 . 

ROBERTS, MARTHA GABY. 

Uncle Josh's big vacuum; a J-act 
comedy for television. 86 1. 
Includes music & lyrics for 1 song. 
© Martha Gaby Roberts; 25May72; 
DU83772. 



ROBERTS, RICHARD FRANK. 

McRow and the air; a play in three 
acts. 61 1. © Richard Frank 
Roberts; 50May72; DU83759. 



ROBERTSON, ALEXAMDER. 

Peacemakers in the Tower of Babel. 
22 1. A play in 5 acts. 
© Alexander Robertson; 20Jun72; 
DU83948. 



ROBERTSON, GRACE. 

Islands under glass; a play in one act 
by Grace Robertson (Grace Holtby) 
15 1. © Grace Robertson; 4May72; 
DU83453 . 

ROBINETTE, GEORGE EDWARD. 

The mermaids singing; a play. 1 v. 
Three acts. ® George Edward Robin- 
ette; 8jun72; DU83848. 

ROBINSON, ADRIAN. 

Misfit; recitation. 2 sheets. 

© Adrian Robinson; llFeb72; C2658I. 

Ole' Zeb; recitation. Sheet. 

© Adrian Robinson; lPeb72; C26746. 

ROBINSON, DOROTHY. 

Us folks. 1 V. A play in 5 scenes. 
© Dorothy Robinson; 20Mar72; 
DU82956. 

ROBINSON, JAMES A. 

Faux numero; piece en un acte. 1 v. 
© James A. Robinson; 13Jun72; 
DU83882. 

ROBINSON, MATTHEW T. 

Amazing Grace. 78 1. Screenplay. 
© Hollymatt, Inc.; lMar72; DU82766 . 

ROBINSON, VIRGINIA LEE. 

Fantasy in space. 38 1 . A musical 
play in 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Virginia Lee Robinson; 7Mar72; 
DU82579. 

ROBIOU, JOSE RAMON. 

The son of Christ. 134 1. A play. 
© Jose Ramon Robiou; 12May72; 
DU83540 . 

ROBLES, EMMANUEL. 

Porfirio; a farce in three acts; 
translated by James A. Kilker. 
116 1. NM: English translation. 
© Editions du Seuil; 6Jun72; DU83687 . 

ROCKET PICTURES, INC. 

Which will it be? Master shooting & 
recording script, Jan. 21, 1972. 
26 1. © Rocket Pictures, Inc.; 
19Apr72; C26948. 

EODDEY, GLORIA J. 

Dr. Faust; a play in two acts. 1 v. 
Includes music & lyrics for 2 songs. 
© Gloria J. Roddey; 17Apr72; DU83555. 



RODGERS, HERBERT E. 

The pruned peach; a new full-length 
play. 44 1. Three acts. © Herb 
Rodgers; 19Jan72; DU82347 . 

ROGERS, DAVID. 

The hobbit. See FRIEDMAN, ALLAN JAY. 

ROGERS, JAMES CASS. 

Sweet, sweet summer. See WEISS, 
JIRI. 

ROGOW, NORMA CRAIG. 

The Golden Groves; a sentimental, low- 
budget musical. 18 1. One act. 
Includes lyrics for 1 song. © Norma 
Craig Rogow; 10Mar72; DU82668. 

ROHAUER, RAYMOND. 

The dentist. See PARAMOUNT PUBLIX 
CORP. 



ROHLOFF, AILEEN. 
Learn to sing. 
CLAYTON E. 



See BLEHM. 



ROHR, CHARLES. 

How to Journalize. 6 1. Tape script. 
Appl. author: Mt . San Jacinto Junior 
College District, employer for hire. 
© Mt. San Jacinto College a.a.d.o. 
Mt. San Jacinto Junior College Dis- 
trict; 10Feb72; C26552. 



ROJAS, LEO. 

A barrio tragedy. See OLVERA, ENRIQUE. 

ROMAN, MARY A. 

To Marilyn with love; a play in 3 acts 
by Mary Mann, pseud. 70 1. © Mary 
A. Roman; 19Apr72; DU83295. 

ROMAN, PEDRO. 

Hamburgers y sirenazos. 19 1. A play 
in 2 acts. © Pedro Roman; 24May72; 
DU85699 • 

ROMBOLA, ROBERT. 

Under the rug; a comedy in three acts 
& four scenes. 112 1. © Robert 
Rombola; 2Mar72; DU8278I. 

ROMERO, GEORGE A. 

The crazies. Rev. Jan. 5, 1972. 

107 1. Screenplay. © Latent Image, 

Inc.; l4Apr72; DU8324l. 
Jack's wife; a screenplay. 161 1. 

© Latent Image, Inc.; l4Apr72; 

DU83242. 

ROMERO, RAMON DAVID ANTONIO CARRANZA. 
Mas antes. I6 1. A play in 3 acts. 
English. © Ramon David Antonio 
Carranza Romero; 2Dec71; DU82127 . 

ROOKE, KATEEINA ANGHELAKI. 

The nannies. See SKOURTIS, GIORGOS. 

ROONEY, JAMES R. 

And obey. Final draft, June 1, 1972. 
1 V. A play in 3 acts. © James R. 
Rooney; 5Jun72; DU83977. 

ROONEY, MICKEY. 

Give me a slice of your hook. See 
SCHWARTZ, SAMUEL. 

ROSA, BERNARD. 

Portrait; an original screenplay by 
Ben Rosa. I36 1. © Bernard Rosa; 
19Jan72; DU8234l. 

ROSA, DENNIS. 

Sherlock Holmes. Episode: The strange 
case of Miss Faulkner. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. Adapted from the 
play by William Gillette. Based on 
the characters and incidents 
created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. 
© Dennis Rosa; 28Mar72; DU83047 . 

ROSALES, MARCO. 

The bringing-up brother. See 
ROSALES, SYLVIA. 

ROSALES, SYLVIA. 

The bringing-up brother; a play with 
music" by Sylvia & Marco Resales. 
2 V. Two acts. © Marco Rosales & 
Sylvia Rosales; 9Feb72; DU82569. 
ROSEMONT ENTERPRISES, INC. 

Remarks upon departure for around 
the world flight. See HUGHES, 
HOWARD R. 

Remarks upon return from around the 
world flight, July 1938. See 
HUGHES, HOWARD R. 

ROSENBAUM, BEN. 

Enter Will Shakespeare; a play in 9 
episodes by Benjamin Rosetree, pseud. 
1 V. Appl. states prev. reg. 
25May67, DU6886I. NM: additions. 
© Ben Rosenbaum; 25May72; DU83619. 

ROSENBAUM, PETER. 

The adventures of Mr. Black and 

Mr. Blaustein turned Blue. 135 !• 
A play in 5 scenes. © Peter 
Rosenbaum; 12May72; DU83538. 

ROSENBERG, ROSS. 

The birthday present; a suspense film. 
133 1. © Ross Rosenberg; 7Apr72; 
DU85175 ■ 



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ROSENBERG, SUSAN. 

Through the window; a children's opera. 
25 1. Three acts. Book & lyrics 
only. © Susan Rosenberg; lJun72; 
DU83646. 

ROSENBLUM, DAVID. 

To rival the real. 93 1 ■ A play in 
3 acts. © David Eosenblum; 
25May72; DU83622. 

ROSENCRANS, LEO S. 

Brink of disaster; 26 min. movie. 
36 1. Script. © Jerry Fairbanks 
Productions of California; 12Apr72; 
DU83266 . 

Tragedy or hope; 26 min. movie. 42 1. 
Script. © Jerry Fairbanks Produc- 
tions of California; 12Apr72; 
DU85265 . 

ROSEHSTEIN, IRA. 

The imprisoned. 1 v. A play. © Ira 
Rosensteln; 25Jan72; DU82396. 

ROSETREE, BENJAMIN, pseud. See 
ROSENBAUM, BEN. 



ROSOWj BELLE. 

Arrividercij Roma! 25 1. © Belle 

Rosow; llMay72; DP8032. 
A time for change; a comedy for radio. 
20 1. © Belle Rosow; 19Apr72; 
DP8O3I. 

ROSS, HAL. 

The surprising uprising. See 
WHEATLEY, WILLIAM THOMAS. 

ROSS, HARLAN. 

My house, divided. 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. © Harlan Ross; 22May72; 
DU8365I. 

ROSS, HOWARD ALAN. 

An assumption of evil; a play in two 
acts by Alan Rossett, pseud. 1 v. 
© Howard Allan Ross; 5Jul72; DU83967 . 

ROSSEN, ROBERT. 

Three screenplays: All the king's men. 
The hustler, Lilith. Edited by 
Steven Rossen. 1st ed. Garden City, 
N.Y., Anchor Books. 276 p. (A Dou- 
bleday Anchor original, AO-34) © Sue 
Rossen as executrix of the Estate of 
Robert Rossen; 7Apr72; A330675. 

ROSSEN, ROBERT, ESTATE OP. 

Three screenplays: All the king's 
men. The hustler, Lilith. See 
ROSSEN, ROBERT. 

ROSSEN, STEVEN. 

Three screenplays; All the king's 
men. The hustler, Lilith. See 
ROSSEN, ROBERT. 

ROSSEN, SUE. 

Three screenplays: All the king!s 
men. The hustler, Lilith. See 
ROSSEN, ROBERT. 

ROSSI, CAROLYN ERWYN. 

Kooky koncert; a comedy review with 
music. 1 V. Two acts. © Carolyn E. 
Rossi; 20Mar72; DU82957 . 

ROSSI, G. VICTOR. 

Diuretics; pharmatape script. 1 v. 
© Philadelphia College of Pharmacy 
& Science; 30Jun72; C27317 . 

ROSSMAN, GEORGE P. 

When Shakespeare dances; a musical 
play. 1 V. Two acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © George Rossman; 
3Apr72; DU82942. 

ROSTAND, EDMOND. 

Cyrano de Bergerao. See BUEGESS, 
ANTHONY. 



ROTER, TED. 

The King of the Schnorrers. 58 1. 
A musical play In 1 act. Book & 
lyrics only. Appl . states music & 
lyrics prev. reg. © Ted Roter; 
2i)Apr72; DU83210. 

ROTHSCHILD, ALFRED. 

The taming of the shrew. See 
SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

ROWE, RAYMOND. 

Test taking techniques. 27 1. Tape 
script. © Raymond Rowe; 9Mar72; 
C26685 . 

ROY, AL. 

The secret of the mummy's tomb; 

dramatization, k 1. Script. Appl. 
author: Fernhill Productions, Inc., 
employer for hire. © Fernhill Pro- 
ductions, Inc.; 17Mar72; C26606 . 
The white tiger hunt; dramatization. 
6 1. Script. Appl. author: Fern- 
hill Productions, Inc., employer for 
hire. ©Fernhill Productions, Inc.; 
17Mar72; 026605. 

ROY, C. VAN. See VAN ROY, C. 

ROY, MRS. C. VAN. See VAN ROY, MRS. C. 



ROY, JACK. 

From where. Sheet. 
3May72; C27034 . 



Jack Roy; 



RUBBER DUCK PUB. CO. See MCCORD, 
JOSEPH LANNON. 

RUBIN, NANCY ZIMMAN. 

Sabrina and the oil slick. 1 v. 

A play in 2 acts. © Nancy Z. Rubin; 
9Feb72; DU825t3. 

RUBIN, THEODORE ISAAC. 

Wishes and Saturdays. See BELVILLE, 
LANCE. 

RUBINSKY, ROBERT I. 

Jake. See KORNBLUM, SUSAN. 

RUDERMAN, MYRON. 

The ballad of Sigmund Schwartz 

O'Hooligan; or. Nothing's impossible. 
A musical fantasy. Book by Myron 
Ruderman; songs by Myron Ruderman 
He Buddy Prima. 1 v. Fourteen 
scenes. Appl. states prev. reg. 
2OJUI70, DU77699. NM: revision & 
addition of 2 songs, music & dramat- 
ic material. © Myron Ruderman; 
17 May? 2; Du836l4 . 

RUDINSKY, JOSEPH D. 

Davy; a motion picture shooting script. 
113 1. © Joseph D. Rudinsky; 4jan72; 
DU82176. 

RUEDIGER, STEPHEN K. 

The children; by Steve .Ruediger. 
76 1. A screenplay in 5 parts. 
© Stephen K. Ruediger; 19May72; 
DU83677 • 

RULE, WILLIAM J. 

Going to Galapagos; by Dan Gray, 
pseud. 90 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© William J. Rule; 3Feb72; DU82508. 

RUNDLE, VESTA MAE BUTLER. 

All God's ohlllun' . 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. © Vesta Rundle; 19Jan72: 
DU82334 . 



RUSILKO, JAMES. 
Eighteenth noel. 
MARTIN. 



See FEENEY, 



RUTKIN, SEYMOUR. 

Thin shell, structures: single story 
housing and multi-story housing. 
9 1. Lecture. © Seymour Rutkin; 
28Dec71; C26846 . 

RUTMAN, LEO. 

America in heat; a play. 66 1. 

A musical. Book & lyrics only. 

Appl. states prev. reg. 29Jan68, 

DU7069O & 22Jun70, DU77493. NM: 

additions & revisions. © Leo Rutman; 

26Jun72; DU83877. 
South; an original screenplay. 

197 1. © Leo Rutman; l6May72; 

DU 83590. 
Where is Che Guevara? Or, Somebody 

killed Bunny Pussy. 76 1. A play. 

Appl. states prev. reg. 6May68, 

DU71454. NM: revision S- additions. 

© Leo Rutman; 26jun72; DU84020. 

RYAN, FRANK WESLEY. 

Superus. 22 1. A lecture. ® Frank 
Wesley Ryan; 20Mar72; 026795- 
RYE HISTORICAL SOCIETY (N.Y.) 

Taped tour of Rye, New York. See 
WEIGOLD, MARILYN E. 

RYKSBAROH, EDUARD, pseud. See 
SCHINDELER, EDWARD J. 



SABATH, BERNARD. 

Charlotte; a play. 1 v. Three acts. 
© Bernard Sabath; 4jan72; DU82175. 
They will want to know. 1 v. A 
play in 3 acts. © Bernard Sabath; 
9Mar72; DU82852. 

SABO, KENNETH B. 

Contracts. 209 1. Lecture. 

© Kenneth B. Sabo; 28Feb72; C266O5. 
Conveyances. 78 1. Tape script. 
© Kenneth B. Sabo; 15May72; C27138. 
Corporation. 100 1. Tape script. 

© Kenneth B. Sabo; 3Apr72; C26862. 
Real property. 76 1. Lecture. 

© Kenneth B. Sabo; 12Jun72; C27237. 
Torts. 175 1. Lecture. © Kenneth 
B. Sabo; 28Peb72; C26602. 

SAGAN, FRANCOISE. 

Chateau en Suede (Chateau in Sweden) 
Translated by Ruth Nail Newton. 
81 1. A play in 4 acts. © Ruth 
Nail Newton; 26Jan72; DU82407. 

SAGASTI, ELSA DE. 

Eve has not been in paradise yet. 
See LUNA, ESTELA. 



SAGE, CLIFFORD M. 

Creep past the mountain lion. 
LEWIS, HAL S., JR. 



See 



RUSSELL, ROBERT W. 

Someone to love; a musical. 1 v. 
Five acts. NM: script & additional 
music. © Robert W. Russell; 7Jul72; 
DU83963. 



SAINER, ARTHUR. 

Aspects for time check; a work for 
television. 11 1. Three parts. 
© Arthur Sainer; 20Mar72; DU83I7O. 
The celebration: Jooz/Guns/Movies/ 
The abyss. A play. 78 1. 
© Arthur Sainer; 9Mar72; DU82854. 

ST. EDMUND, BURY, pseud. See 
KLEINFELD, LEONARD N. 

SAINT GERMAIN PRESS, INC. 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Angel Deva of 
the Jade Temple, April 10, I97O; 
recording script. 15 !•• © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 15Mai'72; C27094. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Archangel Michael, 
Dec. 23, 1968, Chicago, Illinois; 
recording script. 14 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 3Mar72; C26652. 



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Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Beloved Archangel Michael, 
Apr. 12, 1969, Chicago, Illinois; 
recording script. I6 1 . © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 6Mar72; C26679. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Archangel Michael, 
June 26, 1969, Chicago, 111. 1^ 1. 
Recording script. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 10Mar72; C26701. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Archangel Michael, 
Aug. 16, 1969, Shasta Springs, 
Calif.; recording script. 13 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
15Mar72; 026735- 
Corresponding to the recorded dictation 
by beloved Archangel Michael, 
Sept. 11, 1969, Shasta Springs, 
Calif.; recording script. 14 1. 
©Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 27Mar72; 

C26821. ^ ^ ^- ^ 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Archangel Michael, 
Apr. 3, 1970, Chicago, 111.; record- 
ingscrlpt. 17 1- © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 15May72; C27102. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Archangel Michael, 
May 8, 1970, Chicago, 111.; record- 
ing script. 17 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 15May72; C27098. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Archangel Michael, 
Aug. 17, 1970, Shasta Springs, 
Calif.; recording script. I3 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 5Jun72; 
C27212. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Archangel Michael, 
Sept. 14, 1970, Shasta Springs, 
Calif.; recording script. 15 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 5Jun72; 
C 27 220. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Arcturus, Aug. I6, 
1970, Shasta Springs, Calif.; 
recording script. 13 1 ■ © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 5Jun72; C27211. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Arcturus-thou 
Elohlm, Sept. 15, 1968; Shasta 
Springs, Calif. 15 1. Recording 
Script. ©Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
4Feb72; 0261+83. 
Corresponding to the recorded dictation 
by beloved ascended Jesus Christ, 
Mar. 29, 1970, Chicago, 111. 12 1. 
Recording script. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; lMay72; 027003 . 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved ascended Jesus 
Christ, May 7, 1970, Chicago, 111.; 
recording script. 13 1. ® Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 15May72; C27097 . 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved ascended Jesus 
Christ, Aug. 10, 1970, Shasta 
Springs, California; recording 
script. 15 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 19May72; C27136 . 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved ascended lady 
Master Nada, August 21, 1959, 
Shasta Springs, Calif. 13 1- 
® Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 13Mar72; 
02671+0. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved ascended master 
Saint Germain, Oct. 3, I968; Shasta 
Springs, Calif. 15 1- Recording 
script. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 28jan72; C26424. 
Corresponding to the recorded dictation 
by beloved ascended master Saint 
Germain, Mar. 30, 1970, Chicago, 111. 
15 1. Recording script. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; lMay72; 027002. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Astrea, Aug. l4, 
1965, Shasta Springs, California; 
recording script. 12 1 . © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 3Mar72; 026647. 



Corresponding to the recorded dictation 
by beloved blessed archangel Michael, 
Dec. 26, 1969, Chicago, 111. 15 1. 
Recording script. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; lMay72; 027014. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved blessed Godfre, 
Aug. 12, 1968; Shasta Springs, 
Calif. 6 1. Recording script. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
28jan72; C26423 . 
Corresponding to the recorded dictation 
by beloved blessed Godfre, Mar. 31, 
1970, Chicago, 111. 12 1. Recording 
script. ® Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; lMay72; 027001. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Blessed Godfre, 
May 12, 1970, Chicago, 111.; record- 
ing script. 13 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 15May72; 027103. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved, blei^sed Saint Ger- 
main, Feb. 23, 1969, Chicago, Illi- 
nois; recording script. 10 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 6Mar72; 
C26672. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Daddy, Sept. 10, 
1968, Shasta Springs, Calif. 11 1. 
Recording script. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 4Feb72; C26880. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Daddy, Oct. 28, 
1968, Chicago, Illinois; recording 
script. 81. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 3Mar72; 026636. 
Corresponding to the recorded dictation 
by beloved Daddy. June 23, 1969, 
Chicago, 111. 14 1. Recording 
script. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 10Mar72; 026704. 
Corresponding to the recorded dictation 
by beloved Daddy, Dec. 22, 1969, 
Chicago, 111. 15 1. Recording 
script. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; lMay72; C27018. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Daddy; Aug. 11, 
1970, Shasta Springs, California; 
recording script. I6 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 19May72; 
C27132. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Elohim of peace, 
June 28, 1968; Chicago, 111. 13 1. 
Recording script. © Saiut Germain 
Press, Inc.; 28Jan72; 025415. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Elohim of peace, 
June 29, 1968; Chicago, 111. 10 1. 
Recording script. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 28jan72; C254l4. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Elohim of peace, 
July 2, 1968; Chicago, 111. 12 1. 
Recording script. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 28Jan72; 026429. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Elohim of peace, 
July 5, 1968; Chicago, 111. 12 1. 
Recording script. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 28Jan72; C26427. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Elohim of peace, 
July 6, 1968; Chicago, 111. 12 1. 
Recording script. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 28Jan72; 026426. 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Elohim of peace, 
August 22, 1969, Shasta Springs, 
Calif.; recording script. 16 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 15Mar72; 
026741. 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved God Harmony, 
Sept. 18, 1968; Shasta Springs, 
Calif. 15 1. Recording script. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 4Feb72; 
026485 . 



Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Cod of Gold, 
April 6, 1970, Chicago, 111.; 
recording script. 16 1. ® Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 15Hay72; C2709O. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved God Tabor, Sept. 11, 
1968; Shasta Springs, Calif. 14 1. 
Recording script. ©Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 4Feb72; C26479. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Goddess of Justice, 
Aug. 17, 1968; Shasta Springs, 
Calif. 12 1. Recording script. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
28jan72; 026417. 
Corresponding to the recorded dictation 
by beloved Goddess of Justice, 
Jan. 3, 1970, Chicago, 111. I6 1. 
Recording script. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; lMay72; C27006. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Goddess of Light, 
July 3, 1970, Chicago, Illinois; 
recording script. 17 !• © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 19May72; 
027117 . 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Goddess of Purity, 
Aug. 12, 1969, Shasta Springs, 
Calif.; recording script. 13 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 13Mar72, 
026731. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Goddess of Purity, 
Sept. 13, 1969, Shasta Springs, 
Calif.; recording script. 13 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
27Mar72; 026823. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Beloved Godfre, Dec. 27, 

1968, Chicago, Illinois; recording 
script. 13 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 6Mar72; C26661. 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Beloved Godfre, Feb. 22, 

1969, Chicago, Illinois; recording 
script. 18 1. ® Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 6Mar72; C26671. 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Beloved Godfre, Apr. 8, 
1969, Chicago, Illinois; recording 
script. 16 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 6Mar72; C26675 . 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Godfre, Oct. 12, 
1969, Shasta Springs, Calif.; 
recording script. 14 1. ® -Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 27Mar72; 
02683 1. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Godfre, our precious 
daddy, Aug. 11, I969, Shasta Springs, 
Calif; recording script. 16 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 13Mar72; 
C2673O. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Great Cosmic Angel 
on whose crown blazes the word 
Union, April 11, 1970, Chicago, 
111.; recording script. 13 1- 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
15May72; C27095- 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Beloved Great Divine Direc- 
tor, Jan. 2, 1969, Chicago, Illinois; 
recording script. 14 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 6Mar72; 026667. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved great Elohim of 
peace, July 3, 1968; Chicago, 111. 
10 1. Recording script. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 28jan72; 
026428. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved great Elohim of 
purity, Sept. 19, 1968; Shasta 
Springs, Calif. 15 1. Recording 
script. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
4Feb72; 026486. 



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Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion, by beloved Hercules , Sept. 15, 
1969, Shasta Springs, Calif.; 
recording script. 15 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 27Mar72; 
C26825. 
Corresponding to the recorded dictation 
by beloved Jesus the Christ, June 29, 
1969, Chicago, 111. 13 1. Recording 
script. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
10Mar72; C26698. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved lady master Hada, 
Aug. 23, 1968; Shasta Springs, Calif. 
12 1. Recording script. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 'tFeb72; C26t75. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Lady Master Nada, 
April 7, 1970, Chicago, 111.; 
recording script. 16 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 15May72; C27091. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Lady Master Nada, 
May 16, 1970, Chicago, 111.; record- 
ing script. 16 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 15May72; C27107. 
Corresponding to the recorded dictation 
by beloved Lanto, Dec. Jl, I969, 
Chicago, 111. 12 1. Recording 
script. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; lMay72; C27009. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved lord Maha Chohan, 
Sept. l5, 1968; Shasta Springs, 
Calif. l4 1. Recording script. 
©Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 4Peb72; 
C26484 . 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Lord Maha Chohan, 
Apr. 20, 1969, Chicago, 111. 1 v. 
Recording script. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 10Mar72; C26711. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Lord Maha Chohan, 
May 25, 1969, Chicago, 111. 17 1. 
Recording script. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 10Mar72; C26707. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Lord Maha Chohan, 
Sept. 12, 1969, Shasta Springs, 
Calif.; recording script. 12 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
27Mar72; C 26822. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Lord Maha Chohan, 
April 5, 1970, Chicago, 111.; 
recording script, 15 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 15May72; C27089. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Lord Maha Chohan, 
Aug. 18, 1970, Shasta Springs, 
Calif.; recording script. I5 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 5Jun72; 
C27213. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved liord Maitreya, 
Sept. Ik, 1968; Shasta Springs, 
Calif. 12 1. Recording script. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
4Feb72; G26482. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Mary, Aug. I8, 
1968; Shasta Springs, Calif. 10 1. 
Recording script. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 28Jan72; 026413. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Mary, Dec. 24, I968, 
Chicago, Illinois; recording script. 
12 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
3Mar72; C26650. 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Mary, Aug. I7, 
1969, Shasta Springs, Calif.; 
recording script. 12 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 13Mar72; C26736. 

Corresponding to the recorded dictation 
by beloved Mary, Dec. 24, I969, 
Chicago, 111. 10 1. Recording 
script. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
lMay72; C27016. 



Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Mary, Sept. 12, 
1970, Shasta Springs, Calif.; 
recording script. 14 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 5Jun72; C27222. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Beloved Mary, Mother of 
Jesus, Apr. 9, 1969, Chicago, Illi- 
nois; recording script. 13 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 6Mar72; 
026 676 . 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Mary, the Mother of 
Jesus, May 10, 1970, Chicago, 111.; 
recording script. 13 1- © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 15May72; 027100. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Master Jesus, 
Nov. 3, 1968, Chicago, Illinois; 
recording script. 13 !• © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 3Mar72; C26641. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Master Jesus, Apr. 6, 
1969, Chicago, Illinois; recording 
script. 13 1. ® Saitit Germain 
Press, Inc.; 6Mar72; 026673- 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved master Jesus, May 15, 
1969, Chicago, 111. l4 1. Record- 
ing script. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 10Mar72; C26708. 
Corresponding to the recorded dictation 
by beloved master Jesus, Dec. 25, 
1969, Chicago, 111. 13 1. Record- 
ing script. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; lMay72; C27015 . 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved master Saint Germain, 
Aug. 11, 1968; Shasta Springs, Calif. 
10 1. Recording script. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 28jan72; 
C26422. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved master Saint Germain, 
Sept. 8, 1968; Shasta Springs, Calif. 
9 1. Recording script. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 4peb72; 026477. 
Corresponding to the recorded dictation 
by beloved master Saint Germain, 
Oct. l4, 1968, Santa Fe, New Mexico; 
recording script. 16 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 3Mar72; O26633 . 
Corresponding to the recorded dictation 
by beloved master Saint Germain, 
June 22, I969, Chicago, 111. 14 1. 
Recording script. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 10Mar72; C26705 . 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved master Saint 
Germain, Aug. 10, I969, Shasta 
Springs, Calif.; recording script. 
14 1 . © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
13Mar72; C26729. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved master Saint Ger- 
main, Aug. 9, 1970, Shasta Springs, 
California; recording script. 12 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
19May72; C27135 • 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved master Saint Ger- 
main, Oct. 3, 1970, Shasta Springs, 
California; recording script. I6 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
19May72; C27134 . 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved messenger no.l 
from the secret love star, Aug. 22, 
1968; Shasta Springs, Calif. 11 1. 
Recording script. ©Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 4Feb72; 026474. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved mighty Arcturus, 
Aug. 19, 1968; Shasta Springs, 
Calif. 11 1. Recording script. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 4Feb72; 
C26471. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Mighty Arcturus, 
July 6, 1969, Chicago, 111. ; recording 
script. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
13Mar72; 026727 . 



Corresponding to the recorded dictation 
by beloved mighty Arcturus, Dec. 27, 
1969, Chicago, 111. 16 1. Recording 
script. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
lMay72; C27013. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Mighty Arcturus, 
April 8, 1970, Chicago, 111.; 
recording script. 20 1 . © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 15May72; 027092. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Beloved Mighty Astrea, 
Jan. 3, 1969, Chicago, Illinois; 
recording script. 13 1. ® Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 6Mar72; 026668. 
Corresponding to the recorded dictation 
by beloved mighty Astrea, Dec. 29, 

1969, Chicago, 111. 19 1. Recording 
script. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
lMay72; 027011. 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved mighty Astrea; 
July 2, I97O; Chicago, Illinois; 
recording script. I6 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 19May72; 
027118. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Mighty Astrea, 
Aug. 13, 1970, Shasta Springs, Calif.; 
recording script. 12 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 5Jun72; C27208. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved mighty blessed 
lord Maitreya, Aug. 20, I968; 
Shasta Springs, Calif. 13 1. 
Recording script. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 4Feb72; C26472. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved mighty Oyclopea, 
July 1, 1968; Chicago, 111. 12 1. 
Recording script. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 28jan72; C26430. 
Corresponding to the recorded dictation 
by beloved mighty Oyclopea, Jan. 1, 

1970, Chicago, 111. 16 1. Recording 
script. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
lMay72; 027008. 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Mighty Oyclopea, 
April 9, 1970, Chicago, 111.; 
recording script. 17 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 15May72; 027093. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved mighty Oyclopea, 
July 1, 1970, Chicago, Illinois; 
recording script. 14 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 19May72; 
027120. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved mighty Cyclopea- 
thou Elohira, Sept. 12, 1968; 
Shasta Springs, Calif. l4 1. 
Recording script. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 4Feb72; C26480. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Mighty Divine 
Director, Sept. 11, 1970, Shasta 
Springs, Calif.; recording script. 
16 1. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
5Jun72; 027223- 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Beloved Mighty Elohim, 
Oyclopea, Jan. 1, 1969, Chicago, 
Illinois; recording script. 12 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 6Mar72; 
C26666 . 
Corresponding to the recorded ^dicta- 
tion by beloved mighty Elohim, 
Hercules, May l4, 1970, Chicago, 
111.; recording script. 16 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
15May72; 027 105- 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved mighty god Tabor, 
Aug. 21, 1968; Shasta Springs, Calif. 
13 1. Recording script. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 4Feb72; 026473. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved mighty Goddess of 
Liberty, May 13, 1970, Chicago, 111.; 
recording script. 13 1- © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 15May72; C27104. 



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Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved mighty Hercules, 
Aug li, 1968; Shasta Springs, 
Calif. 12 1. Recording script. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
SSjanTS; C26420. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved mighty Hercules, 
August 19, 1969, Shasta Springs, 
Calif.; recording script. 14 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
13Mar72; C26738. 
Corresponding to the recorded dictation 
by beloved mighty Hercules, Jan. 4, 
19T0, Chicago, 111. 15 1- Recording 
script. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
lMay72; C27005 . 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Mighty Hercules, 
April 4, 1970, Chicago, 111.; 
recording script. 16 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 15May72; 
C 27 088. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved mighty Hercules, 
June 26, 1970, Chicago, Illinois; 
recording script. 17 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 19May72; 
C27128. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Mighty Hercules, 
Aug. 19, 1970, Shasta Springs, 
Calif.; recording script. 12 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 5Jun72; 
C27214. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved mighty Lanto, 
June 50, 1970, Chicago, Illinois; 
recording script. 12 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 19May72; 
C27121. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Mighty Orion, 
Dec. 1, 1968, Chicago, Illinois; 
recording script. l4 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 3Mar72; C26645-. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved mighty Sanat Kumar a, 
Sept. 13, 1968; Shasta Springs, Calif. 
12 1. Recording script. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 4Feb72; G26481. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved mighty Sanat Kumara, 
Apr. 11, 1969, Chicago, Illinois; 
recording script. 15 1 ■ ® Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 6Mar72; C26670. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved mighty Sanat Kumara, 
Sept. 16, 1969, Shasta Springs, 
Calif.; recording script. 12 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
27Mar72; C26818. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved mighty Silent 
Watcher, May 15, 1970, Chicago, 111.; 
recording script. I6 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 15May72; C27106. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved mighty Surya, 
Apr. 18, 1969, Chicago, 111. 13 1. 
Recording script. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 10Mar72; C26712. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved mighty Victory; 
Aug. 15, 1968; Shasta Springs, 
Calif. 12 1. Recording script. 
® Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
28Jan72; C26421 . 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved mighty Victory, 
Sept. 9, 1968; Shasta Springs, Calif. 
12 1. Recording script. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 4Peb72; C26476. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Beloved Mighty Victory, 
Dec. 26, 1968, Chicago, Illinois; 
recording script. 14 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 6Mar72; C26660. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved mighty Victory, 
June 25, 1969, Chicago, 111. 12 1. 
Recording script. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 10Mar72; C26702. 



Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Mighty Victory, 
Aug. 13, 1969, Shasta Springs, 
Calif.; recording script. I3 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 13Mar72; 
C 2673 2. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Mighty Victory, 
Sept. 10, 1969, Shasta Springs, 
Calif.; recording script. 14 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
27Mar72; C26820. 
Corresponding to the recorded dictation 
by beloved mighty Victory, Dec. 23, 

1969, Chicago, 111. 16 1. Recording 
script. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
lMay72; C27017. 

Corresponding to the recorded dictation 
by beloved mighty Victory, Apr. 1, 

1970, Chicago, 111. 15 1. Recording 
script. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
lMay72; C26999. 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Mighty Victory, 
May 11, 1970, Chicago, 111.; record- 
ing script. 12 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 15May72; C27101. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Mighty Victory, 
Sept. 10, 1970, Shasta Springs, 
Calif.; recording script. 12 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 5Jun72; 
C27224. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved precious Goddess 
of Justice, Sept. 21, 1968; Shasta 
Springs, Calif. l4 1. Recording 
script. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 4Peb72; C26488. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved precious Goddess of 
Liberty, May 11, I969, Chicago, 111. 
16 1. Recording script. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 10Mar72; C26709. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved precious Godfre, 
Nov. 29, 1968, Chicago, Illinois; 
recording script. 11 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 3Mar72; C26643 . 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved precious Godfre, 
October 3, I969, Shasta Springs, 
Calif.; recording script. 12 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
13Mar72; C26728. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved precious Godfre, 
Nov. 27, 1969, Chicago, 111.; 
recording script. 11 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 27Mar72; 
C26833 . 
Corresponding to the recorded dictation 
by beloved precious Godfre, Feb. 22, 
1970, Chicago, 111. 20 1. Recording 
script. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
lMay72; C27004 . 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved precious Godfre, 
June 22, 1970, Chicago, Illinois; 
recording script. l5 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 19May72; 
027124. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Precious Godfre, 
Aug. 21, 1970, Shasta Springs, 
Calif.; recording script. l4 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 5Jun72; 
C27216. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved precious Mary the 
Mother of Jesus, Sept. 18, 1959, 
Shasta Springs, Calif.; recording 
script. 15 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 27Mar72; C 26827 . 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved precious Saint 
Germain, Apr. 19, I969, Chicago, 
111. 15 1. Recording script. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 10Mar72; 
C26710 . 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Beloved Rose of Light, 
Dec. 30, 1968, Chicago, Illinois; 
recording script. 15 1. ® Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 6Mar72; 025664. 



Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Rose of Light, 
Aug. 15, 1970, Shasta Springs, 
Calif.; recording script. 12 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 5Jun72; 
027210. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Saint Germain, 
Hov. 28, 1968, Chicago, Illinois; 
recording script. 11 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 3Mar72; C26642. 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Saint Germain, 
Dec. 22, 1968, Chicago, Illinois; 
recording script. 15 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 3Mar72; C26649. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Saint Germain, 
Nov. 13, 1969, Santa Fe, Hew Mexico; 
recording script. 16 1. ® Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 27Mar72; 
026832. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Saint Germain, 
May 9, 1970, Chicago, 111.; record- 
ing script. 14 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 15May72; C27099. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Saint Germain, 
June 21, 1970, Chicago, Illinois; 
recording script. 17 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 19May72; 
C27123 . 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Saint Germain, 
June 29, 1970, Chicago, Illinois; 
recording script. 15 !• ® Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; igMay72; 
C2713I. 
Corresponding to the recorded dictation 
by beloved Sanat Kumara, July 1, 

1969, Chicago, 111. 14 1. Record- 
ing script. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 10Mar72; C26697 . 

Corresponding to the recorded dictation 
by beloved Sanat Kumara, Jan. 2, 

1970, Chicago, 111. 14 1. Recording 
script. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
lMay72; C27007 . 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Sanat Kumara, 
Sept. 15, 1970, Shasta Springs, 
Calif.; recording script. 13 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 5Jun72; 
C27221. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by beloved Silent Watcher, 
Nov. 30, 1968, Chicago, Illinois; 
recording script. 12 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 3Mar72; C26644. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by blessed beloved Goddess of 
Justice, Dec. 28, 1968, Chicago, 
Illinois; recording script. 14 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 6Mar72; 
C26662. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by blessed beloved Goddess of 
Justice, July 5, I969, Chicago, 111.; 
recording script. I7 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 13Mar72; 026726. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by blessed beloved Goddess of 
Liberty, Nov. 2, 1968, Chicago, 
Illinois; recording script. 13 1- 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 3Mar72; 
C26639. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by blessed beloved mighty 
archangel Michael, Aug. 15, 19o8; 
Shasta Springs, Calif. 10 1. 
Recording script. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 28Jan72; C26419. 
Corresponding to the recorded dictation 
by blessed beloved mighty Saint 
Germain, Sept. 7, I969, Shasta 
Springs, Calif. 11 1. Recording 
script. © Saint Germain Press. 
Inc.; 20Apr72; C25941 . 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by blessed Elohim of peace, 
July 4, 1968; Chicago, 111. 10 1. 
Recording script. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 28Jan72; 026431. 



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SAINT GERMAIN PRESS, INC. -Con. 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by 'blessed Elohim of peace, 
July 7, 1968; Chicago, 111. 10 1. 
Recording script. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 28jan72; C26425. 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by blessed Goddess of Light, 
Aug. 14, 1970, Shasta Springs, 
Calif.; recording script. 16 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 5Jun72; 
C27209. 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by blessed Goddess of Purity, 
Sept. 17, 1970, Shasta Springs, 
Calif.; recording script. 12 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 5Jun72; 
C27217 • 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Blessed Lanto, Dec. 31, 

1968, Chicago, Illinois; recording 
script. 13 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 6Mar72; C26665. 

Corresponding to the recorded dictation 
by blessed lord the Maha Chohan, 
Dec. 28, 1969, Chicago, 111. 14 1. 
Recording script. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; lMay72; C27012. 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by blessed Rose of light, 
Sept. 20, 1968; Shasta Springs, 
Calif. l5 1. Recording script. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 4Feb72; 
C 254 87. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by blessed Rose of Light, 
June 24, I969, Chicago, 111. l4 1. 
Recording script. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 10Mar72; C26703. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by blessed Saint Germain, 
Dec. 21, 1969, Chicago, 111.; 
recording script. 17 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 27Mar72; 

c 26837 • 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by great beloved ascended 
Jesus Christ, Sept. 21, I969, 
Shasta Springs, Calif.; recording 
script. 14 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 27Mar72; C2683O. 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by great cosmic angel on whose 
crown blazes the word union, 
Aug. 16, 1968; Shasta Springs, 
Calif. 11 1. Recording script. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
28jan72; C264l8. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by great cosmic Angel on whose 
crown blazes the word union, Jan, 4, 

1969, Chicago, Illinois; recording 
script. 13 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 6Mar72; C26669. 

Corresponding to the recorded dictation 
by great cosmic angel on whose crown 
blazes the word union, Apr. 15, I969, 
Chicago, 111. 16 1. Recording 
script. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 20Apr72; C26945. 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by great Cosmic Angel on whose 
crown blazes the word union, July 5j 
1959, Chicago, 111.; recording 
script. 11 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 13Mar72; C26724. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by great Cosmic Angel on whose 
crown blazes the word union, 
Aug. 20, 1969, Shasta Springs, 
Calif.; recording script. 12 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
13Mar72; C26759. 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by great cosmic Angel on whose 
crown blazes the word union, June 23, 

1970, Chicago, Illinois; recording 
script. 16 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 19May72; C27125 . 



Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by great Elohim of peace, 
June 27, 1968; Chicago, 111. 10 1. 
Recording script. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 28jan72; C264l6. 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Great Elohim of Peace, 
Oct. 30, 1968, Chicago, Illinois; 
recording script. 11 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 3Mar72; C26635. 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by great Elohim of Peace, 
Sept. 9, 1969, Shasta Springs, 
Calif.; recording script. 13 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
27Mar72; C26819. 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by great Elohim of Peace, 
Sept. ih, 1969, Shasta Springs, 
Calif.; recording script. l4 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 27Mar72; 
C26824. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Great Elohim of Peace, 
April 12, 1970, Chicago, 111.; 
recording script. 16 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 15May72; C27096. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by great Elohim of Peace, 
July 5, 1970, Chicago, Illinois; 
recording script. I6 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 19May72; 
C27133 . 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by great Elohim of Peace, 
Aug. 20, 1970, Shasta Springs, 
Calif.; recording script. 16 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 5Jun72; 
C272I5. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by great Elohim of Peace, 
Sept. 15, 1970, Shasta Springs, 
Calif.; recording script. 12 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 5Jun72; 
C27219. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Great Lord Maitreya, May 17, 
1970? Chicago, Illinois; recording 
script. 19 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 19May('2; C27122. 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by mighty Archangel Michael, 
June 25, 1970, Chicago, Illinois; 
recording script, lo 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 19May72; 
C27127. 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Mighty Arcturus , Aug. 15, 
1965, Shasta Springs, California; 
recording script. 13 1- © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 3Mar72; C25648. 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Mighty Arcturus, Oct. 3I, 
1968, Chicago, Illinois; recording 
script. 10 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 3Mar72; C26638. 
Corresponding to the recorded dictation 
by mighty Arcturus, Apr. l4, I969, 
Chicago, 111. 16 1. Recording 
script. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
10Mar72; C26696. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Mighty Arcturus, Nov. 30, 
1969; Chicago, 111.; recording 
script. 17 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 27Mar72; C26836. 
Corresponding to the recorded dictation 
by mighty Astrea, Apr. 2, 1970, 
Chicago, 111. 13 1. Recording 
script. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
lMay72; C27000. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Mighty Astrea, Sept. 9, 
1970, Shasta Springs, Calif.; 
recording script. 12 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 5Jun72; C27225. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by mighty beloved Astrea, 
August 14, 1969, Shasta Springs, 
Calif.; recording script. 16 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 13Mar72; 
C26733 . 



Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by mighty beloved blessed 
Goddess of Music, Aug. I5, I969, 
Shasta Springs, Calif.; recording 
script. 17 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 13Mar72; C26734. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by mighty beloved Hercules, 
June 28, 1969, Chicago, 111. 14 1. 
Recording script. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 10Mar72; C26699. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by mighty beloved Victory, 
June 24, 1970, Chicago, Illinois; 
recording script. 17 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 19May72; 
C27125. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by mighty blessed ascended 
master Saint Germain, Nov. 28, 
19693 Chicago, 111.; recording 
script. l4 1 . © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 27Mar72; C26834. 
Corresponding to the recorded dictation 
by mighty blessed Astrea, July 2, 
1969, Chicago, 111. 15 1- Recording 
script. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
10Mar72; C26695 . 
Corresponding to the recorded dictation 
by mighty blessed Rose of Light, 
Dec. 30, 1969, Chicago, 111. 16 1. 
Recording script. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; lMay72; C27010. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by mighty blessed Saint Germain, 
Oct. 27, 1968, Chicago, Illinois; 
recording script. 12 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 3Mar72; C26634. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Mighty Cyclopea, Nov. 1, ' 

1968, Chicago, Illinois; recording 
script. 12 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 3Mar72; C26640. 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by mighty Cyclopea, June 27, 
1969, Chicago, 111. 13 1. Record- 
ing script. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 10Mar72; C26700. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Mighty Cyclopea, Sept. I7, 

1969, Shasta Springs, Calif.; 
recording script. 16 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 27Mar72; 
C26826. 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Mighty Cyclopea, Sept. I8, 

1970, Shasta Springs, Calif.; 
recording script. 14 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 5Jun72; C27226. 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by mighty Divine Director, 
Aug. 18, 1969, Shasta Springs, 
Calif.; recording script. I5 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 13Mar72; 
C26737 . 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by mighty Elohim Arcturus, 
June 27, 1970, Chicago, Illinois; 
recording script. 17 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 19May72; 
C27130. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Mighty Elohim of peace, 
Jan. 5, 1969, Chicago, Illinois; 
recording script. 20 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 6Mar72; C2667O . 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Mighty Helios, Sept. 19, 
1969, Shasta Springs, Calif.; 
recording script. 14 1 . © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 27Mar72; 
C26828. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Mighty Hercules, Dec. 29, 
1968, Chicago, Illinois; recording 
script. 14 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 6Mar72; C 26663 . 
Corresponding to the recorded dictation 
by mighty Hercules, Apr. 13, I969, 
Chicago, 111. 16 1. Recording 
script. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
10Mar72; 026713- 



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Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Mighty Hercules, Sept. l6, 
1970, Shasta Springs, Calif.; 
recording script. 15 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 5Jun72; C27218. 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by mighty Lanto, June 30, 1968; 
Chicago, 111. 11 1. Recording 
script. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 28Jan72; C26412. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Mighty Lord Maitreya, 
Sept. 20, 1969, Shasta Springs, 
Calif.; recording script. 14 1. 
© Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 27Mar72; 
C26829. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by mighty Maitreya, Sept. 22, 
1968; Shasta Springs, Calif. 11 1. 
- Recording script. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 4Feb72; C26489. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by mighty master Saint Germain, 
Apr. 7, 1969, Chicago, Illinois; 
recording script. 12 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 6Mar72; C26674 . 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by mighty messenger from the 
secret love star, Sept. 17, 1968; 
Shasta Springs, Calif. 19 1- 
Recording script. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 4Peb72; C26478. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by mighty precious Godfre, 
Sept. 8, 1969, Shasta Springs, Calif.; 
recording script. l4 1 . © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 13Mar72; C26742. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by mighty Saint Germain, 
July 4, 1969, Chicago, 111.; 
recording script. 16 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 13Mar72; 
C26725- 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Mighty Victory, Oct. 29, 

1968, Chicago, Illinois; recording 
script. 7 1. © Saint Germain Press, 
Inc.; 3Mar72; C26637. 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Mighty Victory, Apr. 10, 

1969, Chicago, Illinois; recording 
script. 15 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 6Mar72; C26677 • 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Mighty Victory, Nov. 29, 
1969, Chicago, 111.; recording 
script. 13 1. © Saint Germain 
Press, Inc.; 27Mar72; C26835. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by Mighty Victory, Aug. 12, 

1970, Shasta Springs, Calif.; 
recording script. 15 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 5Jun72; 027207- 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by our beloved precious Daddy, 
July 4, 1970, Chicago, Illinois; 
recording script. 20 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 19May72; 
C27119. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by the ascended Jesus Christ, 
Dec. 25, 1968, Chicago, Illinois; 
recording script. 12 1. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 3Mar72; C2665I. 
Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion by the asc-ended Jesus Christ, 
June 28, 1970, Chicago, Illinois; 
recording script. 20 1 . © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 19May72; 
C27129- 
Decrees; D set, D2, d6 and B set, B2, 
b6, B7; Apr. 1969, Chicago, 111. 
12 1. Recording script. © Saint 
Germain Press, Inc.; 10Mar72; 
C26706. 
Elohim decrees from B set and Septem- 
ber 1950 voice of the I Am, 
November I966; recording script. 
81. © Saint Germain Press, Inc.; 
3Mar72; C26646. 



SAINT JOHN, CRANDELL, pseud. See 
MCGLYNN, JAMES B. 

ST. JOHN, VIRGINIA, pseud. See 
SMITH, VIRGINIA. 

SAIS, HAZEL A. 

Infant welcoming ceremony. 2 sheets. 
Appl. ti.: Ceremonial welcoming of 
an infant to the earth plane. 
© Hazel A. Sals & Louis J. Sals; 
17Apr72; C26917. 
New age wedding ceremony. 3 1. 
© Hazel A. Sals; 17Apr72; C26918. 



SAIS, LOUIS J. 

Infant welcoming ceremony, 
SAIS, HAZEL A. 



See 



SAKOL, JEANNIE. See SPERLING (KAREN) 
PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

SALAMONE, GIACOMO, pseud. See 
SALAMONE, ROBERT JAMES. 

SALAMONE, ROBERT JAMES. 

You're the one; a contemporary, gay 
murder-mystery. 52 1. Screenplay. 
® Robert James Salamone; 13Apr72; 
DU83235 . 

SALAWAY, RALPH. 

The tiffany touch; a new comedy by 
Al Fray, pseud. 1 v. Three acts. 
© Jane Walter Agency; 3Feb72; 
DU82I96. 

SALAZAR M., DOMINGO. 

My triangle; written by Domingo 
Salazar. 4 1. Screenplay. 
© Domingo Salazar M.; 3Mar72; 
DU8279I. 

SALISBURY, DAVID. 

Grldley, confessions of a yogi in 
Bali; by David Salisbury & Keith 
Lorenz. l4 1 . © David Salisbury 
& Keith Lorenz; 31Jan72; C25527 • 

SALSER, CARL W. 

How to design business education sys- 
tems for individualized instruction. 
29 1. © Educational Research Asso- 
ciates; 30Mar72; C25844 . 



SALTONSTALL, STEPHEN. 
Teenage melody of 1956. 
KORNBLUTH, JESSE. 



See 



SALTZMAN, NOLAN. 

The play of communal love. 1 v. 

© Nolan Saltzman; 10Feb72; DU82551. 



SAMBERG, BENJAMIN. 

Fido's wedding; a musical by Ben 
Samberg. 3 1. © Ben Samberg; 
3Jan72; DF7912. 

SAMI JO, pseud. See JOBES, ANNETT JANE. 



SAMUEL, GISELE. 

For the birds; three-act play. 7H 1. 
© Gisele Samuel; 24jan72; DU82391. 

SAN FRANCISCO PLAYERS GUILD. 
Lucky boots. See CELONA, JOHN 
ANTHONY. 

SANCHEZ, JORGE M. 

Hasta que llovlo en sayula; script 
para pelicula por Jorge Lerma, 
pseud. 37' 1. © Jorge Lerma; 
20Mar72; DU82802. 

SANCHIS, RICHARD S. 

The bigger, better, meaty burger, your 
local burgerman, the Arctic Roadrun- 
ner. Sheet. Script. © Richard S. 
Sanchis d.b.a. Arctic Roadrunner; 
l5Mar72; C25905 . 



SANDBECK, OSCAR P. 

An introduction to reality. 21 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 30Jul71, 
25548. NN: additions. © Oscar P. 
Sandbeck; 23Feb72; 02637". 

SANDERS, DON. 

Don Sanders is mean 'n' low; a drama- 
tico-musical collection. 23 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 12Nov70, 
DU78573. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Don Sanders; 3Feb72; DU8267I . 

SANDERSON FILMS, INC. 

The air and space age. 1 v. Record- 
ing script. ® Sanderson Films, Inc.; 
27Sep71; 026323. 
Airline performance. 1 v. Recording 
script. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 
27Sep71; 026320. 
Aviation history. 1 v. Recording 
script. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 
27Sep71; C26318. 
Careers in aviation and space. 1 v. 
Recording script. © Sanderson Films, 
Inc.; 27Sep71; C26321. 
History of rocketry. 1 v. Recording 
script. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 
27Sep71; 026322. 
The nature of space. 1 v. (Aviation/ 
aerospace fundamentals) Recording 
script. © Sanderson Films, Inc.; 
27Sep71; C26317. 
Rockets, satellites and spacecraft. 
1 V. Recording script. © Sanderson 
Films, Inc.; 27Sep71; C26319. 
Why aviation/aerospace education? 
Section A. 1 v. Recording script. 
Appl. states prev. reg. & pub. 
14Aug68, C20795. NM: additions, 
revision & adaptation. © Sanderson 
Films, Inc.; 6jun72; C27168. 

SANDLER, BOBBY. 

Juggling demonstration. 8 1. 

Script. © Bobby Sandler; 10Jan72; 
C26325 . 

SANDS, ALAN. 

Great Negro Americans. 10 v. Scripts. 
© Alan Sands; 24Feb72; C26450. 

SANFORD, ROBERT, pseud. See FELDMAN, 
SANFORD. 

SANGSTER, PAOLA G. 

You're it. See SELIGMAN, MICHAEL B. 

SANN, HOWARD V. 

Kilo; an original screenplay. l44 1. 
© Howard V. Sann; l4jan72; DU82847 . 

SANHITA, TERRY JAMES. 

Thersites. 52 1. A play. © Terry 
James Sannlta; l6jun72; DU83915 . 

SANTOS, ANTONIO SUAREZ . 

Como ser fellz en el matrimonlo. 4 v. 
Screenplay. © Antonio Suarez 
Santos; 7Mar72; DU82686. 
Pelencho, el destruldo; TV serial. 
1 V. Three screenplays. Contents: 
El concierto. --Pelencho dentista.-- 
El pinto guisaso. © Antonio Suarez 
Santos; 24Mar72; DU82876 . 

SAPONARO, THOMAS J. 

Monday never comes; a musical play. 
46 1. Two acts. Book only. 
© Thomas J. Saponaro; llMay72; 
DU83't38. 

SARRA, VBICENT. 

Hill County. See THACKERAY, JAN. 

SARX, LTD. 

Animal. See MORRISSEY, PAUL. 

SATELL, RICHARD D. 

Advantages of whole life over term 
insurance to protect permanent 
Insurance needs. 6 1. © Richard D. 
Satell; 120ct71; C26628. 



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SATTERTHWAITE, BRANSON. 

Death comes to Spectre Reef; a play In 
three ^cts . 1 v. © Branson Satter- 
thwalte; 12Jun72; DU83859. 

SAVAGE J PETER. 

The girls of F.A.M.E. See CRAWFORD, 
MONA. 

SAVOY MUSIC CO. 

The lost captain. See BRUNS, 

EUGENE. 
The race. See BRUNS, EUGENE. 
This is my prayer. See BRUNS, 

EUGENE . 
A touch of the master's hancj. See 
BRUNS, EUGENE. 

SAWYER, WILLIAM J. 

Blood in a cherub's eye. See 
BLACKWELDEH, STEPHEH MYRON. 

SCANLON, DAVID. 

An enemy of the people. See IBSEN, 
HENRIK. 

SCHADE, DONNA M. 

Walk In the night; three act mystery 
play. 36 1. © Donna M. Schade; 
10Mar72; DU82862 . 

SCHAEFER, DEAN. 

Incredible, but true! Radio scripts. 
© Dean Schaefer. 
Script no. 

13. ® 13Jan72; DU82287 . 
22. © 13Jan72; DU82288. 
40-4l. © 13Mar72; DU82902-82903. 
42-43. ® 17Apr72; DU83352-83351. 

44. © 19May72; DU83693 . 

45. © 19May72; DU83692. 

SCHAEFFER, DANIEL D. 

A happy family Is. 13 1. Filmstrip 
script. © Security Consultants; 
25Feb72; C26600 . 

SCHALL, NORWOOD LEE. 

The super nigger. 1 v. A play in 2 
acts. Appl . states prev. reg, 
DU75756. NM: additions & editing. 
© Norwood Lee Schall; 13Apr72; 
DU83231 . 

SCHAPPERT, EDNA. 

Celebrate me I By Edna Schappert & 
Gloria Gonzalez. 1 v. A play in 
3 acts. Appl, states prev. reg. 
l8jan71, DU79180. KM: additions & 
revisions. © Gloria Gonzalez & Edna 
Schappert; 21Mar72; DU82985. 
The day man was made. 93 !• A play 
in 2 acts. © Edna Schappert; 
28jan72; DU82437 . 

SCHAVE, ELLSWORTH, JR. 

The sheriff of Amber County; a play for 
television in two parts by Ellsworth 
Schave & Diane Torallnson. 36 1. 
© Ellsworth Schave, Jr. & Diane 
Tomlinson; l4Feb72; DU82591. 
A storm towards home; a play for film 
by Ellsworth Schave. 74 1. Three 
parts. © Ellsworth Schave, Jr.; 
4Peb72; DU82527. 

SCHICKELE, PETER. 

New horizons in music appreciation 
(Beethoven's fifth symphony) A 
comedy lecture with musical accom- 
paniment. 71. © White Bear Produc- 
tions; 17Jan72; C26350. 

SCHIFP, LAWRENCE L. 

Pops. See lOWLL, CHARLES H. 

SCHIKANEDER, EMANUEL. 

The magic flute; translation by John 
Gidwitz. 20 1. opera in 2 acts. 
Libretto. © John Gidwitz; 21Mar72; 
DU82976 . 
Die Zauberfloete. See MOZART, 
WOLFGANG AMADEUS. 



SCHIMMEL, BRUCE IAN. 

1976: the great American revolution; 
a script. 1 v. Screenplay. Book & 
lyrics only. © Bruce Ian Schimmel; 
26jun72; DU83835. 

SCHINDELER, EDWARD J. 

Ah, the nitty gritty! By Eduard 

Ryksbaron, pseud. 61 1. A play in 
1 act. © Edward J. Schindeler; 
4May72; DU83473. 

SCHIRING, LEE T. 

An ecology tale; a play in three acts . 
29 1. © Lee T. Schiring; 13Jun72; 
DU83883 . 

SCHIRMER (G.) INC. 

La fille du regiment. 
GAETANO. 



See DONIZETTI, 



Hamburg, Buehnen- & Musikverlage Dr. 
Slkorski. 200 p. Klavlerauszug. 
Appl. states prev. reg. I4jan37, 
DU39245. NM: revision. © Neuer 
Theater-Verlag, G.M.B.H.; 50ct71; 
DF2133 . 

SCHUMANN, DAVID PAUL. 

God and Seymour; by Davy Paul, pseud. 
81. A play. © David Paul Schu- 
mann; 28Apr72; DU83395 . 
Leave us blow (so the world can split) 
By Davy Paul, pseud. 1 v. A musi- 
cal play. Book ^ lyrics only. 
© David Paul Schumann; 28Apr72; 
DU8339'^. 

SCHWARTZ, ALAN. 
Lokasamgrahaya . 



SCHISGAL, MURRAY. 

All over town; a new comedy. 1 v. 
Two acts. © Murray Schisgal; 
31Jan72; DU82454. 

SCHLESINGER, ROBERT NATHAN. 

I.t. (Intelligentium technologae) 
15 1. A play in 3 acts. © Robert 
Nathan Schleslnger; 17Peb72; DU82609. 

SCHLICK, FRED. 

The funny farm (Life on Vashon Island, 
a different view) A play in three 
acts. 32 1. © Fred Schliok; 
15May72; DP8010 . 

SCHMID, WERNER. 

Human Jesus (Jesus halleluja) (Jesus 
in love) 53 1 . A musical play. 
Book & lyrics only. © Werner Schmid; 
6Mar72; DU82584. 

SCHMIDT, WALTER ROEBER. 

Swen; screenplay based on the published 
novel. Bitter water, by Thomas 
Thompson. 165 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 21Jan6o, A425641 . NM: 
dramatization. ® Richard W. Krakeur; 
10Jan72; DU82129. 

SCHNEIDER. See BRUCE, LENNY. 

SCHNEIDER, MAX SAMUEL. 

The strange lives of Milton Palomonz. 
96 1. Screenplay. © Max Samuel 
Schneider; 28jun72; DU84o44 . 

SCHOLASTIC MAGAZINES, INC. 

Aesop in the afternoon. See CULLUM, 
ALBERT . 

SCHOLNICK, JEFFREY ALAN. 

All in the family. 8 1. Television 
script. © Jeffrey Alan Scholnlck; 
28jan72; C26458. 

SCHORR (EAOUL) ASSOCIATES. 

Wintergreen reflections. See SHORR, 
RAOUL J. 

SCHORSCH, ISMAR. 

How can present institutions in New 
York City achieve balance between 
conformity and dissent. See 
INSTITUTE FOR RELIGIOUS & SOCIAL 
STUDIES. 

SCHHOEDER, ROBERT. 

Tom Thumb. See REIMOLD, MTHLEEN. 

SCHULER, ANNIE CAROLINE. 

All in the family; an episode. 

40 1. A television play in 4 acts. 
© Annie Caroline Schuler; 28Feb72; 
DU82733 ■ 

SCHULTZ, THOMAS JAY. 

Onward Christian soldiers; by Thorn 
Schultz. 19 1. Eight scenes. 
© Thom Schultz; l4Jan72; DP? 9 17 ■ 

SCHULTZE, NORBERT. 

Schwarzer Peter; ein Spiel fuer kleine 
und grosse Leute von Walter Lieck, 
buch, & Norbert Schultze, musik. 



See SCHWARTZ, ALVIN. 



SCHWARTZ, ALVIN. 

Lokasamgrahaya (For the sake of 
holding the world together) 
An original screenplay by Alvin & 
Alan Schwartz. 83 1. © Alvin 
Schwartz & Alan Schwartz; 28jan72; 
DU82438. 

SCHWARTZ, BRUCE STANTON. 

Ars gratia mortis. 38 1. A play in 
3 scenes. © Bruce Stanton Schwartz; 
26jan72; DU82400 . 

SCHWARTZ, EUGENE. 

Little Red Riding Hood. Translated & 
adapted by George Shall. Eight 
scenes. (In Swortzell, Lowell, ed. 
All the world's a stage; modern plays 
for young people. New York, Dela- 
corte Press, p. 235-268) NM: trans- 
lation & adaptation. © George Shall; 
lFeb72; A308558. 

SCHWARTZ, LINDA. 

Nesting; a play. 20 1 . © Linda 
Schwartz; 12Jan72; DU82271. 

SCHWARTZ, SAMUEL. 

Give me a slice of your hook, by Sonny 
Schwartz & Rick Ackerman; based on 
an original story by Mickey Rooney. 
98 1. Screenplay. ® Samuel 
Schwartz; 12Apr72; DU83488. 

SCHWARTZSEID, TRUDY H. 

What's going on outside, anyhow? 
A play by Hamotak, pseud. 43 1. 
© Trudy H. Schwartzseid; 9May72; 
DU83515. 

SCHWEBELL, GERTRUDE C. 

A flower cart; a dramatic composition. 
15 1. A musical play. Book & 
lyrics only. © Gertrude Schwebell; 
31Mar72; DU82965. 

SCHWECKE, ARDELL LORRAIN. 

The fearless five; written by Ardell 
Sheridan, pseud. 1st draft. 103 1. 
A screenplay. © Ardell Lorrain 
Schwecke; 10Apr72; DU83204 . 

SCLUFER, NICHOLAS. 

On second thought; by Nicholas George, 
pseud. 40 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Nicholas Sclufer; 23Mar72; DU83OIO. 
When the bough breaks; screenplay by 
Gregory George, pseud. 4l 1. 
© Nicholas Sclufer; 12Apr72; DU83220. 

SCOTT, GEORGE PRESCOTT. 

Passion In the library; an apocalyptic 
comedy in flames and shadows. 34 1. 
© George Prescott Scott; 6jul72; 
DU83983 . 

SCOTT, JESSE WEBSTER. 

Sweet end to dreaming. Saint Martin; 
a three-act play. 32 1. © Jesse 
Webster Scott; 7Feb72; DU82535. 

SCOTT, MAMIE GRACE. 

Who's that sleeping in my bed. See 
BOONE, THERONE J. 



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SCOTT J SERET 0. 

Funnytime; a play. 1 v. Contents: 
Pt.l: Wine S; cheese. — Pt.2: No, 
you didn't. © Seret 0. Scott; 
5May72; DU85472. 

SCRANTON, GEORGE A. 

Three original one-act plays exploring 
the dramatic potential of the Book 
of Job. 84 1. Contents: Et al.-- 
The image. — The act and the image. 
© George A. Scranton; 20Jan72; 
DU8268O . 

SCRIBEj E. 

Les Huguenots. See BURG, WALTER V. 

SCRIPTER, RICHARD W. 

Fat chance against lead shoes and 
geraniums. 69 1. Screenplay. 
© Richard W. Scripter; 26Apr72; 
DU83379 . 



SECURITY CONSULTANTS. 
A happy family is . 
DANIEL D. 



See SCHAEPFER, 



SEDLAK, JOHN E. 

Lonnie, James, Bernhardt and 

Zoowolski. 122 1. A play in 2 
acts. © John E. Sedlak; 3Nov71; 
DU82262. 

Lonnie, James, Bernhardt & Zoowolski. 
A play in one act. 79 1- Appl. 
states prev. reg. 12Apr71, DP7642, 
& 5Nov71, DU82262. NM: additions & 
revisions. ® John E. Sedlak; 
26jun72; DU84023. 

SEELEY, DAVID. 

How does the corporate structure 
relate to the individual human 
being. See INSTITUTE FOR 
RELIGIOUS & SOCIAL STUDIES. 

SEPF, RICHARD. 

Consenting adults; a play. 1 v. 
Two acts. © Richard Seff; 3Feb72; 
DU82456. 

SEGAL, LINDA, pseud. See SIEGEL, 
LINDA. 

SEGALOFF, NATHAN. 

Dirty pictures; a screenplay by Nat 
Segaloff & Stu Werbin. lO'l- 1- 
©Thomas J. Coleman; 25Jun72; 
DU84011. 

SEIDRAN, STANLEY. 

Sisters; a one act play. 13 1- 
© Stanley Seidman; 2Feb72; 
DU82475. 

SEIFFER, DAVID A. 

How can you turn your back? A play. 
1 V. Three acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. l4Jul69, DU74850. NM: 
dialogue & revisions. © David A. 
Seiffer; 26jan72; DU82404 . 

SEILLER, STAN. 

The meter maid; original screenplay by 
Stan Seiller & Dave Sherman. 95 1- 
© Stan Seiller & Dave Sherman; 
l8Apr72; DU83276. 

SEIMETZ, PATRICIA. 

Parlor games; a one act play by Pat 
Seimetz & Sioux Turnoy, pseud, of 
Sue Ellen Turnoy. 9 1- © Sioux 
Turnoy & Patricia Seimetz; 7Apr72; 
DU83185. 



SELDEN, GEORGE. 

The cricket in Times Square. 
MILLER, CLAIRE G. 



See 



SELDOM, NICHOLAS ALAN. 

Monster; screenplay. 138 1. o , 
© Nicholas Seldon; llMay72; DU83531. 

SELIGMAN, MICHAEL B. 

You're it! By Michael B. Seligman & 
Paola G. Sangster. 1 v. Screen- 
play. © Michael B. Seligman & 
Paola G. Sangster; 23Dec71; DU82499. 

SELTZER, DAVID. 

Homo aquaticus; screenplay. 9^ 1. 
Based on a format & characters cre- 
ated by Jacques-Yves Costeau & 
Philippe Cousteau. © Thalassa, 
Inc.; 26Jan72; DU82'H6 . 

SENIOR, EDWARD. 

Harmony Hill. See BRINCKERHOPP, 
BURTON. 

SENTINEL RECORDINGS. 

The Bible in living sound. Chap. 41-75, 
by Sentinel Recordings, employer for 
hire of Leal Grunke . 1 v. Recording 
script. © Sentinel Recordings; 
19May72; DU83598. 

SERENDIPITY PUB. CORP. 

1, 2, 3. See SYKES, ELROY KEITH. 



SEYMOUR, JESSICA M. 

Christmas is for everyone; a musical 
play for children; book by Audre M. 
Knecht, music & lyrics by Jessica M. 
Seymour. 1 v. ® Audre M. Knecht & 
Jessica M. Seymour; l8May72; DU83626. 

SEYMOUR, LORRAINE MICHELE. 

The trap, by Lorraine Michele, pseud. 
A play in 1 act. © Lorraine Michele 
Seymour; 2Feb72; DU82478. 

SHACK, STAN, pseud. See COYNE, MICHAEL. 

SHAFFER, MICHAEL. 

Marijuana and other precious stones; 
a play. 1 v. © Michael Shaffer; 
22Feb72; DU82655 • 

SHAFRAN, BELLA. 

The 23rd floor; a play in one act. 
20 1. © Bella Shafran; 28Feb72; 
DU82726. 

SHAHAN, HARVEY. 

How to pick a wife. 27 1. A play in 
1 act. © Harvey Shahan; 25Apr72; 
DU83347 . 



SERLEN, BRUCE. 

Appomattox; a play. 16 1. © Bruce 
Serlen; 25Feb72; DU82720 . 
Appomattox; a one-act play. (In 
Dramatics, Mar. 1972, p. 4-7) 
Appl. states prev. reg, 25Feb72, 
DU8272O. © Bruce Serlen; lMar72; 
DP8033 . 
Burger deluxe; a play. 24 1. 

© Bruce Serlen; 27Apr72; DU83387. 
Cackle; a play. 31 1. © Bruce Serlen; 
13Mar72; DU82891 . 

Gallery; a play. 48 1 . © Bruce 

Serlen; 7Apr72; DU83176. 
Great Jones Street; a play. 30 1. 

© Bruce Serlen; 28jan72; DU82439. 
Grocery; a play. l4 1 . © Bruce 

Serlen; 6Mar72; DU82818. 
Hermosa Beach; a play. 19 1. © Bruce 

Serlen; 17Feb72; DU82623. 
Icarus nine; a play. 28 1 . © Bruce 

Serlen; 22Feb72; DU82647 . 
The lives of artists; a play. 75 1- 



SELDIN-SCHWARTZ, ETHEL. 

The feeling machine; a one-act play. 
43 1. © Ethel Seldin-Schwartz; 
29Feb72; DU82749. 



SERVIDIO, JOHN. 

Ping-pong. 55 1- A play. © John 
Servidio; 28Feb72; DU82727 . 



SERVUS, pseud. See WERDERMANN, WIL- 
LIAM A. 



SETTLEMIRE, EARL S. 

The wooing dance of the mutated petu- 
nias. 118 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Earl S. Settlemire; 20Jan72; 
DU82361. 

SEVEN SEAS PUBLISHERS, INC. 

Cliche clinic. See WILLETTE, LEO G. 



SHAIL, GEORGE. 

Little Red Riding Hood. 
EUGENE . 



See SCHV;ARTZ, 



Ten scenes. © Bruce Serlen; 26May72; 
DU83723. 
Lunch hour In the garment district. 
51 1. A play. © Bruce Serlen; 
31Mar72; DU83099- 
Play ball; or. The last voyage of the 
stadium people. A play. 23 1. 
© Bruce Serlen; 8Mar72; DU8287O. 
A steel Prometheus; a play after 
Aeschylus. 31 1. © Bruce Serlen; 
3Apr72; DU83115. 
Wall painting; a play. 29 1 . © Bruce 
Serlen; 12Apr72; DU83224. 

SERVER, RALPH. 

Hard money; screenplay. IO5 1. 
© Ralph Server; 22May72; DU83649. 



SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

The girl on the balcony. See PERRY, 
RUTH. 
Hamlet. See PIA, ALBERT. 
Julius Caesar. See PIA, ALBERT. 
The making of a king. See PERRIE, 

ERNESTINE. 
La notte dl lady. See CAGIADA, 

GIOVAKHI BATTISTA. 
Pops. See KNULL, CHARLES H. 
A storm. See CESAIRE, AIME. 
The taming of the shrew. Edited by 
Oscar James Campbell, Alfred 
Rothschild & Stuart Vaughan. New 
York, Bantam Books. 177 p. 
(A Bantam classic, SClt034) Five 
acts. NM: introd., commentaries 8: 
notes. © Bantam Books, Inc.; 
20ct67; A298846. 
Wars of the Roses. See BARTON, JOHN. 

S HANDS, ANNETTE. 

Bottle-tied; a play. l4 p. Three 
scenes. © Annette Shands; 10May72; 
A337300 . 

SHANLEY, EDWARD. 

Oscar and Bosie; a play in 2 acts. 
1 V. © Edward Shanley; 23Mar72; 
DU83017 . 



SHANNON, PATRICK. 

Jacob. See OLIVER, DONALD. 

SHAPIRO, EUGENE D. 

Sikh; an original play. 32 1- Two 
acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
6Aug71; DU81012. NM: expansion of 
1st 12 pages. © Eugene D. Shapiro; 
24Mar72; DU83024 . 

SHAPPIM, IRWIN. 

Rozana; a play in three acts. 1 v. 
© Irwin Shappim; l6May72; DU83498. 

SHARIA, NOUGZAR. 

Hadji-Murad; screenplay by Nougzar 
Sharia & Ben Peacock. 102 1. 
Based on the novel by Count Leo 
Tolstoy. © Nougzar Sharia & Ben 
Peacock; 17Jan72; DU82309. 

SHARKEY, JOHN M. 

How green was my brownie; a new 

comedy by Jack Sharkey. 1 v. Three 
acts . © Jack Sharkey; 23Mar72; 
DU83OII . 
Kiss or make up; a comedy in three 
acts. 1 V. ® Jack Sharkey; 
28Apr72; DU83398. 



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SHARP, ALAM. 

Teplc in the morning. l44 1. 
A screenplay. © Alan Sharp; 
9Peb72; DU8254't. 

SHARP, TATIAHA MARIA. See KOESEL, 
TATIANA MARIA SHARP. 

SHATZKY, JOEL. 

Exchanges; a drama In two acts. 60 1. 
© Joel Shatzky; 12Jun72; DU83860. 

SHAUGHNESSY, ROBERT M. 

The enchanted garden; a children's 
opera composed by Robert M. 
Shaughnessy, libretto by William M. 
Peterson. 2 v. © Robert M. 
Shaughnessy & William M. Peterson; 
28Feb72; DU827'^3• 

SHAW, BARNETT. 

The Edouard case. 67 1. A play 
in 3 acts. English adaptation of 
L' Affaire Edouard, by Georges Feydeau 
& Maurice Desvallieres . Appl. 
states prev. reg. & pub. © Harnett 
Shaw; 22May72; DU83654. 

SHAW, EDWARD. 

The prisoners; a play for radio. 11 1. 
© Edward Shaw; 12Apr72; DU83086. 

SHAW, ERIC. 

My daughter Coppelia. See 
GRIFFITHS, PHILIP. 

SHAW, GEORGE BERNARD. 

For love of Candy. See BILOWIT, 
IRA J. 

SHAW, W. DAVID. 

[A seminar in human relations] By 
W. David Shaw & Irving Q. Hurdle II. 
1 V. © W. David Shaw & Irving Q. 
Hurdle II; 10Apr72; C26902. 

SHAW, WILLIAM HARLAN. 

Europa, by Georg Kaiser; English 
adaptation by William Harlan Shaw. 
127 1. A play. NM: translation. 
© William Harlan Shaw; 4May72; 
DU83365 . 
Hell, way, earth, by Georg Kaiser; 
English adaptation by William Harlan 
Shaw. 105 1. A play. WM: transla- 
tion. © William Harlan Shaw; 4May72; 

DU8356^ . 
The woman's sacrifice, by Georg Kaiser; 
English adaptation by William Harlan 
Shaw. 7^* 1. A -play in 5 acts. NM: 
translation. © William Harlan Shaw; 
4May72; DU83366. 

SHEARER, GUY C. 

Man and his earthly environment. 
3 1. A speech. © Guy C. Shearer; 
22Mar72; C26806 . 

SHEARS, CARL L. 

The Jackass bone. 1 v. © Nuclassics 
& Science Pub. Co.; 17Apr72; 026919. 

SHEEHAN, B. CHOYCE, pseud. See SHEEHAN, 
MARY ELIZABETH. 

SHEEHAN, MARY ELIZABETH. 

A new look at the new left; a play in 
one act by B. Choyce Sheehan, pseud. 
28 1. © B. Choyce Sheehan; 12Jan72; 
DU82276. 

SHEFNER, EVELYN. See SMITH, 
EVELYN SHEFNER. 



SHELBY PUB. CORP. 

Are your clients leasing trouble? 

16 1. Script. © Shelby Pub. Corp.; 
28jun72; C27311. 
The basics of business interruption 
insurance. 24 1. Script. © Shelby 
Pub. Corp.; 28jun72; C27512. 

Credit insurance. 16 1. Script. 

© Shelby Pub. Corp.; 28jun72; C273IO. 



Directors and officers liability insur- 
ance. 13 1. Script. © Shelby Pub. 
Corp.; 15Jun72; C27259. 

Don't sell second-class liability 

insurance. 16 1. Script. ® Shelby 
Pub. Corp.; 15Jun72; C27260. 

Fidelity insurance. 16 1. Script. 
© Shelby Pub. Corp.; 28jun72; C27313. 

Use fire rating savvy to build sales 
volume. 14 1. Script. © Shelby 
Pub. Corp.; 15Jun72; C27258. 

SHELDON, DENNIS JEROME. 

Michael; a screenplay. 70 1 . © Dennis 
Jerome Sheldon; 26May72; DU83725. 

SHELLEY, pseud. See BOGATER, SUNTIE 
GAIL. 

SHEHIAK, DAVID. 

The Goodwife Glover. See KAYATTA, 
GEORGE NAYEF. 

3HEPARD, WILLIAM THOMAS. 

2:3'3. 11 1. A play. Includes lyrics 
for 1 song. © William Thomas 
Shepard; 6Jun72; DU83688. 

SHER, ROSE. 

The boy who couldn't cry wolf. 20 1. 
(The Rise and decline of the bird 
brain dinosaur, chap. 3) © Rose Sher; 
2Feb72; DU82517 . 
Joshua fit the battle. I5 1. 

(The Rise and decline of the bird 
brain dinosaur, chap. 4) A play. 
© Rose Sher; 22May72; DU8365O. 
Whatever happened to the suns? 10 1. 
(The Rise and decline of the bird 
brain dinosaur, chap. 4) A play. 
© Rose Sher; lMar72; DU82770. 

SHER, STANLEY. 

Support your local son; a play in 
three acts. 1 v. © Stanley Sher; 
3Jan72; Du82l46. 

SHERIDAN, ARDELL, pseud. See SCHWECKE, 

ARDELL LORRAIN. 
SHERIDAN, R. B. 

The adventures of Tom Jones. See 
CARVER, ROBERT D. 

SHERMAN, DAVE. 

The meter maid. See SEILLER, STAN. 

SHERMER, MATT. 

Loves of Leonardo! 93 1 • A screen- 
play. Based on a play, Leonardo! 
Appl. states play prev. reg. 
3OJUI68, DU72072. NM: screenplay 
adaptation. © Matt Shermer; 
l8jan72; DU82374. 

SHERWOOD, ROBERT EMMET. 

The ordeal of a playwright. See 
BROWN, JOHN MASON. 

SHIELDS, THEODORE CURTIS. 

Strip mines and their highwalls. 12 1. 
Lecture. © Theodore Curtis Shields; 
10Feb72; C26531. 

SHIMODA, ITSURO. 

Tokyo diary; by Itsuro Shimoda & 
Marci Sutin, pseud, of Marcia 
Pisacane. With music. S' Marci 
Sutin & Itsuro Shimoda; 22Feb72; 
DU82563 . 

SHIPLEY, CHARLES WARREN, JR. 

Most important person; by Charles 

Warren Shipley, Jr. k Thomas Richard 
Krell, Jr. 2 sheets. Script. 
© Charles W. Shipley, Jr..& 
Thomas R. Krell, Jr.; 12Jan72; 
C26334. 

SHIPMAN, MICHAEL D. 

Don't step on Ivan, by Michael 

Devereaux, pseud. 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. ® Michael Devereaux & Swen 
Swenson; 17Dec71; DU8213I. 



SHIPPY, DENNIS. 

To catch the golden rings; edited by 
Jerry B. Jenkins. 45 1. Screenplay. 
© Jerry B. Jenkins & Dennis Shippy; 
31May72; DU83765. 

SHIRLEY, pseud. See GOLISH, SHIRLEY. 

SHMELTSMAM, LEO. 

New York at night; a new musical 
comedy. 84 1. Two acts. Book & 
lyrics only. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 21Jan71, DU79212. NM: additions 
& revisions. © Leo Shmeltsman; 
19Jun72; DU83929. 

SHOENMAN, ELLIOT. 

Rudy and Vera lost the semis; a film. 
116 1. © Elliot Shoenman; 2May72; 
DP8034. 

SHORES, CHARLES G. 

Of children and forgotten heroes; 
a play in two acts. 68 1. 
© Charles C. Shores; 21Jun72; 
DU8396O. 

SHORR, RAOUL J. 

Wintergreen collection. 9 i* 

© Raoul J. Shorr; 17Feb72; C26381. 
Wintergreen reflections. 6 1. 

Scripts. © Raoul Schorr Associates; 
21Jun72; C27233. 

SHUBERT, FRANZ. 

Lilac time. See PARK, PHIL. 

SHULER, R. P., SR. 

God's man; by Bob Shuler . 6 1. A 
sermon. © Bob Jones University 
Press; 28Mar72; C26799. 

SHVARTS, YEVGENIY. 

Three plays. With an introd . & notes 
by Avril Pyman. Illustrated by 
Kirill Sokolov. 1st ed . Oxford, 
New York, Pergamon Press. 234 p. 
(The Commonwealth and international 
library of science, technology, en- 
gineering and liberal studies . Per- 
gamon Oxford Russian series) 
Russian; introd. in English. 
© Avril Pyman; 27Jan72; AF34206. 

SIBBALD, GEORGE W. 

The fifty-ninth summer; a play in 
three acts. 119 1. © George W. 
Sibbald; 25May72; DU837II. 

SIBLEY, DANYLU M. 

Rip; by Mary S. Bledsoe; words & music 
by Danylu M. Sibley. 1 v. 
© Danylu M. Sibley & Mary S. Bledsoe; 
12May71; DP8044. 

SICHEL, ROGER. 

Hagan. See LIEBMAN, MARK. 

SIEBEN, PEARL. 

The magic of Jolson. 1 v. A musical 
play in 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Pearl Sieben; 3May72; DU83332. 

SIEGEL, ELLIOTT. 

Wishes and Saturdays. 
LANCE. 



See BELVILLE, 



SIEGEL, ETHEL-ANN LAZARUS. 

Don't lean on my rainbow; one-act play. 
1 v. © Ethel-ann Siegel; 10Jan72; 
DU82246 . 

SIEGEL, JACK. 

Who is Sylvia? A comedy in 3 acts. 
© Jack Siegel; l4Feb72; DU82635. 

SIEGEL, LINDA. 

Patchwork; by Linda Segal, pseud. 
36 1. A play. ® Linda Siegel; 
3Mar72; DU82786. 

SIEGEL, LOIS. 

Color; a one-act abstraction. 16 1. 
© Lois Siegel; 4May72; DU83665 . 



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SIEGLE, FRANK. 

Big Whltey's a cotnin' . See 
MCCARTHY, MICHAEL J. 
SIGAUXj GILBERT. 

Hedda Gabler . See IBSEN, HENRIK. 

SIGISMONDI, ALDO. 

Dream time. 7 1- A screenplay. 
Appl. states prev. reg. l6May62, 
DU5576O. © Aldo Slglsmondi a.k.a. 
Alan Dale; 25May72; DP8o40. 
Dream time. 13 1 • A screenplay. 
Appl. states prev. reg. l6May62, 
DU5576O. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Aldo Sigismondi a.k.a. Alan Dale; 
25May72; DP8o4l. 
SIGMA PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

The implosion chain. See NIZER, LOUIS. 

SILVERSTEIN, BOB. 

Cisco Pike. See NORTON, BILL L. 

SILVIA, JOHN ANTHONY. 

A time for autumn; original screenplay. 
194 1. © John A. Silvia; 15Peb72; 
DU82597 . 
A time for autumn; original screenplay. 
2d draft. 163 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 15Peb72; DU82597 . NM: revisions 
S- additions. © John A. Silvia; 
23Jun72; DU83853. 

SIMCKES, SEYMOUR. 

Ten best martyrs of the year; a Roman 
kaleidoscope. 83 1. Two acts. 
© Seymour Simckes; 29Feb72; DU82585 . 

SIMMONS, FREDRICK N. 

The freak brothers in Huggybears. 
See GARCIA, MICHAEL O'HARA. 

SIMMONS, JOSEPH COLE. 

Springtime in Shenandoah; or. Yes, 
Virginia, there is a golden apple. 
30 1. A play. © Joseph Cole 
Simmons; 17Feb72; DU826l2. 
SIMMONS, MARTHA. 

Grey matter. See CZAR, KATHLEEN. 

SIMON, HOWARD. 

All the world's a stage. See 
SWORTZELL, LOWELL, ed. 

SIMON, MILTON. 

Uncle Ned's skitlets. 1 v. © Milton 
Simon; 24Feb72; C26566 . 



SIMON, NEIL. 

The comedy of Neil Simon; with an 
introd. by Nell Simon. New York, 
Random House. 657 P- NM: compila- 
tion & About the author. © Nancy 
Enterprises, Inc.; 190ct71; A33't3'+'*- 
The gingerbread lady; a new play. New 
York, Random House. 112 p. Three 
acts. © Nancy Enterprises, Inc.; 
50ct71; DP7970. 

SIMOKDS, JOHN L. 

I think I Just saw Adolf Hitler; a 
comedy in 3 acts. Microfilm. 
© John L. Simonds; 27Mar72; DU8304l. 

SIMPSON, FREDRICK DOUGLAS. 

Modern science. 9 1- Lecture. 
© Fredrick Douglas Simpson; 
10Feb72; C26537. 

SIMPSON, JOE C. 

Old Ben; traditional melody words by 
Red Simpson & Scotty Reed. Sheet. 
© Central Songs, a division of 
Beechwood Music Corp. & Plaque 
Music; l8May72; C27076. 

SIMPSON, KARIN F. E. 

The little-girl dragon of Alabaster-on 
Fenwick; or. The crumpet baker and 
the princess. A play for children 
and othersj by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, 
pseud. 68 1. Three acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Chelsea Quinn Yarbro; 
10JU172; DU83978. 
SIMPSON, MARITA. 

The Arthur and Myra show. See 
JAMES, JESSICA. 



Miss Agatha; a script by Marita 
Simpson & William Bostock. 95 1- 
Screenplay. ® Marita Simpson Ic 
William Bostock; 21Mar72; DU82987. 

SIMS, THELMA MCCARVER. 

The invisible wall. 7"* 1- A play in 
3 acts. © Thelma McCarver Sims; 
I4jan72; DU82299. 



SINCLAIR, ANDREW. 

The scarlet letter; screenplay from 
the novel by Nathaniel Hawthorne. 
97 1. © Timon Films, Ltd.; 8jun72; 
DU83740 . 
Under milk wood. See THOMAS, DYLAN. 

SINCLAIR, CHARLES. 

Track of the moon beast. See FINGER, 
BILL. 

SINGER, JOSEPH. 

Savinkow; a drama by Joe Singer. 
63 1. Eleven scenes. © Joseph 
Singer; 7Feb72; DU82534. 

SINLOW, SILAB, pseud. See WILSON, BASIL 
WRIGLEY . 

SINTRA PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Hello Monday. See PRICE, PAUL B. 

SISSOM, ESTELLE. 

The incredible hours. 13 1- 

Slide script. © John E. Sissom; 
27Jan72; C26401. 

SISSOM, JOHN E. 

The incredible hours. See SISSOM, 
ESTELLE. 

S IXTYN -MORGAN , INC . 

Hagan. See LIEBMAN, MARK. 

SKELTON, GEOFFREY. 

Trotsky in exile. See WEISS, PETER. 

SKLOOT, STEVEN PHILIP. 

The Interview. See RAE, HUGH C. 

SKOURTIS, GIORGOS. 

The nannies; a play in three acts ^ 
translated by Philip Ramp & Katerina 
Anghelakl Rooke. 54 1- © George 
Christodoulakis; 20Jun72; DU83955 ■ 

SKOV, KENT ERICKSON. 

Dramatic dialog. 1 v. Screenplay. 
© Kent Skov; 17May72; DU83623. 

SKVORECKY, JOSEF. 

Love and the treacherous genes. 19 1- 
A play. © Josef Skvorecky; 26May72; 
DU83787 . 

SLABEY, CHARLENE W. 

Mackinac! a' musical; music by Charlene 
Slabey, book fc lyrics by June Rado. 
1 V. Three acts. © Charlene W. 
Slabey & June Rado; 10Apr72; DU83199- 

SLATER, JAMES A. 

An absorbing problem. See BEERS, M. 
DOUGLAS . 

SLOAN, LISA. 

Quietus. 37 1. A play. © Lisa 
Sloan; 8Mar72; DU82840. 

SMALL, SIDNEY ROBERT. 

Brain dynamics. 56 1. Lecture. 
© Sidney Robert Small; 50Mar72; 
C26842. 
Your brain. 47 1. Lecture. © Sidney 
Robert Small; 30Mar72; C26843 . 

SMILEY, SAM MAX. 

Date. 39 1. A play. © Sam Smiley; 
l8May72; DU83636. 
Surveillance. 87 1 . A play in 2 acts. 
® Sam Max Smiley; 25Apr72; DU83550 . 

SMITH, ANDREW A. 

Ace bandage; an original screenplay. 
231 1. © Andrew A. Smith; l80ct71; 
DP8045. 



SMITH, ARNOLD WAUKEA, JR. 

Snow Black and the seven bastards. 
13 1. A play. © Arnold Waukea 
Smith, Jr.; 3Feb72; DU82507. 

SMITH, DAVID J. 

Shadow on the waters; based on the 
novel by Jack Thomas Leahy. 92 1. 
Screenplay. NM; adaptation. © David 
J. Smith; 24jan72; DU82375. 

SMITH, DUTTON. ^ ^ 

The permit; a blue musical play about 
a brown situation; book. Button 
Smith; music, Ernest Stires; lyrics, 
Stires S: Smith. 1 v. Seven scenes. 
© Dutton Smith 8: Ernest Stires; 
24Apr72; DU83486. 

SMITH, EARL HOBSON. 

On top of Old Smoky; a comedy in five 
acts. Harrogate, Tenn., Harrogate 
Printers. 126 p. Appl. states prev. 
reg. lMar48, 13350, & 23Jun64, 
DP5446. NM; revisions S- additions. 
© Earl Hobson Smith; 7Apr72; DP8008. 

SMITH, EDDIE G. 

It's easier to get dope, than it is 
to get a job; by Ed Smith. 1 v. 
A play in 11 scenes. © Ed Smith; 
30Mar72; DU82948. 

SMITH, EILEEN. 

Thank you for paying my taxes. See 
KUNTZ, CAROL. 

SMITH, EVELYN SHEFNER. 

Lazybones, Crazybones and Skin-and- 
Bones; or. Now is everybody satis- 
fled? A play by Evelyn Shefner. 
43 1. © Evelyn Shefner; l6Feb72; 
DU82606 . 

SMITH, JOHN JAMES, III. 

The rosary of Michael Denton; by 
Jack Smith. 104 1. A play in 
2 acts. ® John James Smith III; 
17Mar72; DU82939- 

SMITH, JUANITA J. 

From darkness, to davm, to light. See 
MANLEY, JUANITA 0. 

SMITH, JULIA. 

Juliette Low (Daisy) Act 1-2. Opera 
in 3 acts; libretto by Bertita 
Harding, music by Julia Smith. 
103 1 Piano- vocal score. © Julia 
Smith; 20Jun72; DU83803. 

SMITH, KENNETH HAROLD. 

Worms; a tragedy In seven scenes. 
1 V. © Kenneth Harold Smith; 
21Mar72; DU8298O. 
SMITH, MARJORIE M. 

Sons of the soil. 48 1. A musical 
play in 2 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
NM: dramatization, dialog 4 addi- 
tions. © Marjorie M. Smith; 10Apr72; 
DU8308I . 

SMITH, MARY L. LASSWELL. 

Gone to Texas, G.T.T! A play w 1 I'.h 
music by Mary Lasswell. 2 v. IVo 
acts. Appl. states musical numbers 
prev. reg. individually between 1950 
& 1968. NM: text S- piano arrange- 
ment. C Mary L. Lasswell Smith; 
13Mar72; DU82894 . 

SMITH, OTIS. 

OJenke. See MCNEIL, DORIS. 

SMITH, ROBERT KIMMEL. 

A little singing; A little dancing. 
1 V Two plays. © Robert Kimmel 
Smith; 7Feb72; DU82538. 

SMITH, ROBERT R., JR ■ 

Border crossing. See WINGATE, 
GIFFORD W. 

SMITH, ROSIELEE. 

Heaven's not for sale; a musical play 
by Lee Smith. 1 v. Three acts. 
© Lee Smith; 10May72; DU83524. 



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SMITH, STANLEY. 

Four black nationalist plays, by Kamamu 
Damani Abubakari, pseud. 4 v. Con- 
tents: 'The ring. --Ebon. --The threnody 
of G.I. Huckleberry .--The inn crowd. 
© Stanley Smith; 15Mar72; DU829I5 . 
The inn crowd; a three-act jJlay by 
Kamamu Damani Abubakarl, pseud. 
47 1. © Stanley Smith; 5Mar72; 
DU82820 . 

SMITH, VIRGINIA. 

Bitter Creek Newcomb; screenplay by 
Virginia St. John, pseud. 100 1. 
® Virginia St. John; 3May72; DU83558. 

SMITH, WILBUR M. 

The Book of Revelation. 1 v. (Insti- 
tute of Theological Studies recorded 
lecture series) Twenty-four lec- 
tures. © Outreach, Inc.; 28Dec71; 
C26505 . 

SMITHIES, MAURA CAVANAGH. 

Vanity Pair; book & lyrics by Maura 
Cavanagh, music by Mildred Kayden; 
based on William Thackeray's novel. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. Book & lyr- 
ics only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
1965. NM: revisions. © Maura 
Cavanagh Smithies; l6Mar72; DU85028. 

SMOKER, BRAD. 

First generation apple pie. 69 1. 
A musical play in 2 scenes. 
Book & lyrics only. ® Brad Smoker; 
22May72; DU83653. 

SNOW, HELEN WESTON. 

Teach us to love; a dramatic play with 
lyrics for musical accompaniment. 
1 V. Two acts. Appl. states 2 songs 
prev. reg.: God made this land, 
DU66828, & Talala. © Helen Weston 
Snow; 22Feb72; DU83093. 

SNYDER, ELISABETH PRESTON. 

The great Duke of Gloucester; a play in 
four acts by Elisabeth Preston. 
71 1. © Elisabeth Preston Snyder; 
8jun72; DU83849. 

SOFFER, SAMUEL. 

God is a cop; screenplay. I13 1. 

© Samuel Soffer; 24May72; DU83704 . 
Lisa; screenplay. 99 1. ® Samuel 
Soffer; l4Peb72; DU82588. 

SOKOLOV, KIRILL. 

Three plays. See SHVARTS, YEVGENIY. 

SOLAKIAN, LEO GEORGE. 

The tales of Transelvesania; an origi- 
nal stage play for children; music 
by Betty Ann Coppin. 44 1. Two 
acts. Book only. © Leo George 
Solakian; 31Mar72; DU85137. 

SOLBERG, ERIC J. 

The simple graphics of revealed pref- 
erence in the theory of consumer 
choice. 12 1. Lecture. © Eric J. 
Solberg; 13Mar72; C26943. 

SOLBES, GEORGES LUCIEN. 

Butterflies; a play. 24 1. Two acts. 
© Georges Lucien Solbes; 15May72; 
DU85576. 

SOLE, ALFRED. 

Stanley & Dominic, by Alfred Sole & 
Dominic Belmont. 29 1. Screenplay. 
© Alfred Sole; l8Feb72; DU8263I . 

SOLOMON, NORMAN. 

The tragedy of King Lethal; a play. 
Portland, Or., Out of the Ashes 
Press. 57 p. Five acts. © Norman 
Solomon; 20Dec71; DP7909. 



SOLMS, KENNY. 

There's a place off Broadway. 
KELLER, SHELDON. 



See 



SOLOMON, ROBERT J. 

Renovations; a play. 1 v. Two acts. 
© Robert J. Solomon; 5Jan72; DU8219I. 

SOMERPELD, NANCY. 

The gardener. See KAY, JAMES H. , III. 

SOMERPELD, ROBERT. 

The gardener. See KAY, JAMES H., III. 

SOMMARIPAS, FRANCOIS. 

Des frltes, des frltes, des frites. 
See WESKER, AENOLD. 

SOMOSSA, AMALIA, pseud. See 
GARCIA, CLARA A. 

SON OF SOCRATES, pseud. See 
LANGENECKERT, ARTHUR P., JR. 

SOPHOCLES. 

The death of Antigone. See BRINDLE, 
REGINALD SMITH. 

SOUSA, RONALD J. 

The legend of Joe. 24 1 . A musical 
play. Book only. © Ronald J. 
Sousa; 12Apr72; DU833I7 . 

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY PRESS. 
6 new plays for children. See 

MOE, CHRISTIAN. 
Two plays: Crown of light. See 
USIGLI, RODOLFO. 

SOYA, CARL ERIK. See 

FIVE MODERN SCANDINAVIAN PLAYS. 

SOYINKA, WOLE. 

Madmen and specialists. London, 
Methuen & Co. 77 p . Two parts. 
® tfole Soylnka; 280ct71; DF2135. 

SPECTOR, ROBERT. 

Omen are not created equal. See 
SPITZ, ROBERT. 

SPENCER, ARLEWE M. 

The prophets foretold 'the story of 

Christ. 6 1. Seven scenes. 

© Arlene M. Spencer; 30Mar72; DP7968. 
Silent night; the story of a song. 

12 1. © Arlene M. Spencer; 17Apr72; 

DP7986 . 

SPENCER, LAYNE. 

Snowy White and the dwarfs. Franklin, 
Ohio, Eldridge Pub. Co. l4 p . 
(Eldridge popular one-act play- 
scripts) Three scenes. © Eldridge 
Pub. Co.; lSep71; DP7924. 

SPERLING (KAREN) PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
Arrest that mother; an original 

screenplay by Karen Sperling Produc- 
tions, Inc. (Jeannie Sakol & Karen 
Sperling) II5 1. Based on the 
novel Superstar, by Viva. Appl. 
states novel prev. reg. 17Nov70, 
A207757. NM: dramatization. 
© Karen Sperling Productions, Inc.; 
28Apr72; DU83396. 

SPIEGEL, LARRY. 

The incredible indelible magical 
physical mystery trip; an animated 
film for children. l43 1. © Larry 
Spiegel; 7Peb72; DU82540. 

SPIEGEL, MARC S. 

A Grubrag ballad; the introductory 
fragment . 68 1 . © Marc S . 
Spiegel; 28Jan72; 026435. 

SPIERING, FRANK. 

Jockeys; an original screenplay by 
Frank Spiering & Milton Katselas. 
1 V. © Milton Katselas & Frank 
Spiering; 27Jan72; DU82518. 

SPITZ, ROBERT. 

Omen are not created equal; by Robert 
Spitz & Robert Spector. 1 v. 
A screenplay. © Robert Spitz & 
Robert Spector; 19Jun72; DU83937 . 



SPITZER, LEWIS P. 

Tell it like it is, rabbi! A comedy 
in three acts. 1 v. ® Lewis F. 
Spitzer; 7Jan72; DU82229. 

SPITZER, MURRAY. 

Marriage is a sure thing; a new play 
1 V. Three acts. © Murray Spitzer: 
lMay72; DU83423. 
Oil comes from dinosaurs; a new play. 
1 V. Three acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. llSep70, DU78IOI. NM: revision 
& additions. ® Murray Spitzer; 
4Feb72; DU82528. 

SPIVACK, MORRIS REDMAN. 

The School of Athens; a play in which 
Raphael's painting comes to life. 
4th ed. 1 V. Eight scenes. Appl. 
states prev. reg. I963. NM: addi- 
tions & revisions. © Morris Redman 
Spivack; 31Aug71; DPT978. 

SPOET PUB. CORP. 

Before the white man came. See 

EL-HADI, SULIAMAN. 
Birds word. See PUDIM, ALAFIA . 
Black soldier. See EL-HADI, 

SULIAMAN. 
E plurlbus unum. See PUDIM, ALAFIA. 
Hands off. .See EL-HADI, SULIAMAN. 
The hustler's convention. See PUDIM, 

ALAPIA. 
Jazzoetry. See PUDIM, ALAFIA. 

SPRAGUE, DORIS H. 

Sumter. See SPRAGUE, ROGER E. 

SPRAGUE, ROGER E. 

Sumter! 96 1- A play in 3 acts. 
© Roger E. Sprague & Doris H. 
Sprague; 7Mar72; DU82826. 

SPURLING, MILLE, pseud. See DUMAS, 
MILDRED. 



STACY, PAULINE FRENCH. 

Peter, Peter; a play in three acts. 
1 v. © Pauline French Stacy; " 
10Jan72; DU82254. 

STALLONE, SYLVESTER E. 

The bloodsmith saga; the life and 

death of Edgar Allan Poe; screenplay 
by Q. Moonblood, pseud. 157 1. 
© Sylvester E. Stallone; 3Jan72; 
Dn82159. 
Cheerful Charlie Plgshite; by Q. Moon- 
blood, pseud. 88 1. Screenplay. 
® Sylvester E. Stallone; 24Mar72; 
DU85021 . 

STANTON, JERROLD. 

Hotel on the moon; a lunar excursion 
in three acts. 124 1. © Jerrold 
Stanton; 12Jun72; DU839OI . 

STAPLES, LORING M. 

Variations on a theme; a Christmas 
play in one act. 21 1. © Loring M. 
Staples; 19Jun72; DU8395O. 

STAR, pseud. See WIENER, SANDRA D. 

STARK, IRWIN. 

Pride and prejudice; a musical based 
upon Jane Austen's novel of the same 
name. 159 1. Two acts. Book & 
lyrics only. NM: changes. © Irwin 
Stark; 30May72; DU83744. 

STARKE Y, DALE T. 

Presentation for Starkey Charades. 

2 sheets. © Dale T. Starkey d.b.a. 

Starkey Charades; lMay72; C26932. 
Prospectus, Starkey charades. 3 1. 

© Dale T. Starkey d.b.a. Starkey 

Charades; lMay72; C26931. 
Starkey Charades. Sheet. ® Dale T. 

Starkey d.b.a. Starkey Charades; 

lMay72; C26933 . 



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STARR, ALBERT MARTIN. 

Harma; a new kind of horror play. 
27 1. ® Albert Martin Starr; 
6Apr72; DU83166. 

STARR, MARIE. 

The woulc3-be gentleman. See MOLIERE, 
JEAN BAPTISTE POQUELIN. 

STAUCH, GEORGE. 

Monica the moonikorn and her happy 
sun days; a lecture on the huraerous 
aspects of space travel. 20 1. 
© George Stauch; 27Jan72; 026411. 

STAVINSKY, BARRY, pseud. See 
STEVENS, BARRY MARTIN. 

STECHER, LEWIS JOSEPH, III. 

The money. See JOSEPHS, RAOUL, 
pseud. 

STEELE, MARION A. 

The birthday dog; a play in 1 act. 
18 1. © Marion A. Steele; 27Mar72; 
DU83038 . 

STEELE-REED, RICHARD. 

The prize possession. 1 v. A play in 
2 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
9Feb67, DU67809, & l4Feb68, DU70779. 
NM: additions. © Richard Steele- 
Reed; 23May72; DU83561 . 

STEELE, RICHARD. 

The matter of yo' mind. 25 1. A 
play. ® Richard Steele; 10Peb72; 
DU82549. 

STEENBERGEN, JIMMY JOE. 

Come forth; a two act play. 13 1. 
© Jimmy Joe Steenbergen; lMar72; 
DU82761. 

STEFANSSON, DAVID. See 

FIVE MODERN SCANDINAVIAN PLAYS. 



STEIGER, ANITA C. 
MARTIN, pseud. 



See BENEDICT, 



STEIGER, ELAINE K. See BENEDICT, 
MARTIN, pseud. 

STEIN, BUDDY, pseud. See 
STEINGARD, EDWARD F. 

STEIN, TAO STRONG. 

A likely tale! A musical fable in two 
acts; book S- lyrics by Tao Strong, 
music by Mimi Stone. 87 1. Book & 
lyrics only. © Tao Strong Stein; 
19Jun72; DU83840. 

STEINBERG, NORMAN L. 

The unauthorized autobiography of 
Howard Who, by Norman L. Steinberg 
& Alan Uger. 1 v. Screenplay. 
© Norman L. Steinberg S- Alan Uger; 
13Mar72; DU82883. 

STEINGARD, EDWARD F. 

Mike finds a dog; a script proposal 
for the T.V. show. All in the family. 
Written by Buddy Stein, pseud. 20 1. 
© Edward F. Steingard; 25Apr72; 
DU8354g. 

STEINMETZ, URBAN G. 

Family meeting, by Urban G. Steinmetz 
with Georgie, pseud, of Susan K. 
Beauchamp, Gene Melchlorl & Ken Bray. 
Talk 1-10. 1 V. Tape scripts. 
© Family Enrichment Bureau; 19Jan72; 
C26364 . 

STEMPIN, ROBERT LEON. 

For services rendered. 112 1. A play 
in 2 acts. © Robert L. Stempln; 
20Apr72; DU83282. 

STEPHANOS, ROBERT CARL. 

Historical dimensions of the school 
psychologist's object-subject. 
25 1. Lecture. © Robert Carl 
Stephanos; llApr72; C26968. 



STEPHENS, RUTH E. 

The everlasting shell. 1 v. 

(Terrestra, pt . 18-20) A play in 
5 parts. © Ruth E. Stephens; 
21Apr72; DU85316. 

STERLING DRUG, INC. LEHN & FINK 

PRODUCTS. See LEHN & FINK PRODUCTS. 

STERLING, ROBERT T. 

The best of all the Washlngtons. 
13 1. A play. © Robert T. 
Sterling; 10Mar72; DU82866. 
The martyred mother. 24 1 . A play. 
C' Robert T. Sterling; 2Jun72; 
DU83792. 

STERLING, ROBERT THEODORE. 

A falling out. 20 1 . A play. 

© Robert Theodore Sterling; 6Apr72; 
DU83l67 . 
George Washington, fledgling surveyor; 
a Dlavlet. 11 1. © Robert 
Theodore Sterling; 3Apr72; DU82969- 

STERN, JANE. 

Strange surroundings. 90 1. A 

screenplay. © Jane Stern; 19Jun72; 
DU83922- 

STEVENS, BARRY. 

The edge of the stage; or, I'll suck 
you off if you'll give me back my 
teddy bear. A shook to the system 
in 2 acts by Barry Stavinsky, pseud. 
176 1. © Barry Stavinsky; 31Mar72; 
DU83IO5 . 
Portrait; a play in two acts by Barry 
Stavinsky, pseud. I08 1. © Barry 
Stavinsky; 30Jun72; DU84052. 
The shouters; a one-act play by Barry 
Stavinsky, pseud. 34 1 . © Barry 
Stavinsky; 30Jun72; DU84053. 
Talking; a one-act play by Barry 
Stavinsky, pseud. 19 1- © Barry 
Stavinsky; 4Apr72; DU83l42. 

STEVENS, BARRY MARTIN. 

Humpty Dumpty; a mythosorpic folk tale 
in two acts by Barry Stavinsky, 
pseud. 106 1. © Barry Stavinsky; 
7Mar72; DU82822. 

STEVENS, CHARLES EMERY. 

Anthony Burns. See FRENI, PASQUAL N. 

STEVENS, JAMES ARCE . 

Blind gun; an original screenplay. 

103 1. ® James Arce Stevens; ljun72; 
DU83776 . 

STEVENS, ROSALIND BLAU. 

What you have a right to expect -- and 
not expect -- from your doctor; 
moderator, Rosalind Blau Stevens; 
physicians, Herbert Koteen & Aaron 0. 
Wells. 1 V. (Doctor-patient dia- 
logues) Script. © Rosalind Blau 
Stevens; 17Jan72; C26351. 

STEVENSON, ROBERT LOUIS. 

Treasure Island. See BOLTE, 
CARL E. , JR. 
STEVENSON, WILLIAM ADELL, III. 

Love, love. 1 v. A play. © William 
Adell Stevenson III; 20Jan72; 
DU82358 . 
Somewhere in this favored land. 3 1- 
A play. © William Adell Stevenson 
III; 20Jan72; DU82357 . 

STEWART, SYLVESTER. 

Nubian II. Sheet. © Stone Flower 
Music Co.; l4Feb72; C26688. 

STIEPER, DONALD R. 

The wrong girl. Franklin, Ohio, 

Eldridge Pub. Co. 99 P- Three acts. 
© Eldridge Pub. Co.; lSep71; DP7927 . 

STIPES, ERNEST. 

The permit. See SMITH, DUTTON. 

STIPES, THOMAS CHARLES. 

Capitol offence. 13 1 • A play in 3 
scenes. © Thomas Charles Stires; 
17Feb72; DU82425 . 



STIRLING, NORA. 

All the caterpillars you want; discus- 
sion guide by Liselott Toby. New 
York, Plays for Living. 25 p. Pour 
scenes. © Nora Stirling; 20Jan72; 
DP7935 . 
STIRNWEIS, SHANHON. 

Ah, wilderness. See O'NEILL, 
EUGENE GLADSTONE. 

STITES, RAYNOND S. 

On Leonardo. Episode 1: The child in 
Vinci. A film script. 26 1. 
© Raymond S. Stites; 25Feb72; 
DU83807 . 

STOCKTON, DOLORES F. 

Montgomery; a play in three acts. 
51 1. © Dolores F. Stockton; 
19Jan72; DU82343 . 

STOKER, BRAM. 

Count Dracula. See TILLER, 
THEODORE, 2d. 

STOKES, JACK. 

Wiley and the hairy man. See ZEDER, 
SUZAN L. 

STOLTENBERG, GERALD A. 

Dynamic persuasion: vjhat, how and v;hy. 
5 1. Lecture. © Gerald A. Stolten- 
berg; 22Mar72; C26808. 

STONE FLOWER MUSIC CO. 

Nubian II. See STEWART, SYLVESTER. 

STONE, MARTIN. 

On the rebound. See HELLER, JOHN. 

STONE, MMI. 

A likely tale. See STEIN, TAO STRONG. 

STONE, OLIVER. 

The queen of evil; an original screen- 
play. 53 1. © Oliver Stone; 
21Dec71; DU82202. 

STONUM, HARRY F. 

Circles just go 'round and 'round. 
See ANDERSON, ROQUE W. 

STORAGE, JOHN P. 

Lambs for the grave of Sheba; a play 
in three acts. 1 v. © John P. 
Storace; 3Feb72; DU82559. 

STOREY, DAVID. 

The changing room. London, Jonathan 

Cape. 90 p. Three acts. © David 

Storey;' 23Mar72; DF2l40. 
The contractor. London, J. Cape. 

121 p. Three acts. © David Storey; 

l6Apr70; AF34359. 
Home. New York, Random House. 

108 p. Two acts. Appl. states 

prev. reg. DF2095 & prev. pub. 

IJUI70. NM: revisions. © David 

Storey; 22Apr71; DP8005. 

STOREY, JAMES R. 

Jimmy. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 

© James R. Storey; 19Jan72; DU82342 . 

STORMY FOREST PRODUCTIONS. 

Safari 300. See TRUESDALE, TAD. 

STORY, EUGENIA. 

The little old hermit of the northwest 
woods; a musical comedy. 1 v. 
© Eugenia Story; 20Mar72; DU82954 . 

STRAM, THEODORE MARTIN. 

Prizefight for love; a comedy play. 
95 1. Three acts. © Theodore 
Martin Stram; 17Feb72; DU826l4 . 

STRAUSS, RONALD HUGH. 

Opera comlque; a brazen tale of wanton 
desire with appropriate music; 
by Ron Strauss. 1 v. A musical 
play in 2 acts. © Ron Strauss; 
17Mar72; DU8294l. 
STRAWN, GWENDOLYN HILL. 

A sound in Ramah; a play in three acts. 
60 1. © Gwendolyn Hill Strawn; 
19Jan72; DU82335 . 



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STREET, ROLAND CARL, II. 

Noah, Noah; a one act comedy*-f arce . 
32 1. © Roland Carl Street II; 
l6Mar72; DU82928. 

STREM, GEORGE G. 

Reborn. 51 1. A play in 2 scenes. 
© George G. Strem; 50May72; DU83642. 

STRINDBERG, AUGUST. 

Charles XII; a drama in five acts; 
translated from the Swedish by Arviri 
Paulson. 85 1. NM: translation. 
© Arvid Paulson; 2Jun72; DU8381I . 

Eight expressionist plays. Translated 
& with prefaces to the pilgrimage 
plays by Arvid Pautson; introd . & 
with a pref. to The ghost sonata, 
by John Gassner. New York, New York 
University Press. ^99 p. NM: 
revisions. © Arvid Paulson; 
10Apr72; A35O608. 

STRINGER, JAMES R. 

Knievel, a living legend; by James R. 
Stringer 8c Herbert W. Reynolds. 
2 1. © Pickside Pub. Co.; 17Mar72; 
C27232. 

STRITCH, JOHN. 

The cyclamate monsters; screenplay 
from an original story by N. Chergo- 
tis, J. Stritch S- J. Szalkowski. 
21 1. © John Szalkowski & John 
Stritch; 8May72; DU83440. 

STRONG, MARY. 

Christmas is; dramatic reading, i 1. 
© Mary Strong; 17Feb72; C26448. 
Fally Downy and the Witch. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © Mary Strong; 
23Dec71; DU82206. 
The square egg. 28 1 . A play in 3 
acts. ® Mary Strong; 23Dec71; 
DU82205 . 

STRONG, SIDNEY M. 

From horse to space; a story of man's 
progress in travel. 13 1. Slide 
script. © Sidney M. Strong; 
2Mar72; C26631. 
STRONG, TAO. See STEIN, TAO STRONG. 

STRUTTON, TONY. 

In the country of the blind, the one 
eyed man is king; script by Robert 
Kimber; music by Tony Strutton. 
100 1. A play in 2 acts. © Robert 
Kimber & Tony Strutton; 13Jan72; 
DU82483 . 

STUBBS, IRENE. 

Canine counter-culture. 12 1. A play. 

© Irene Stubbs; llApr72; DU83218. 
Preventing detention. 1 v. A play 
in 3 acts. © Irene Stubbs; llApr72; 
DU85219 . 
A study-guide to Hamlet. 1 v. A play 
in 5 acts. © Irene Stubbs; llApr72; 
DU83217 . 

STUCKY, VIRGINIA TOEWS . 

Fat controlled diet; script for 

cassette. 1 v. © Diet Teaching Pro- 
grams, Inc.; I4jan72; C26347 . 
Plans; script for cassette. 1 v. 
© Diet Teaching Programs, Inc.; 
l4jan72; C26348. 

STUDIO BROADCASTING SYSTEM. 

Topeka 27 community viewpoint verbatim 
transcript; KTSR Television exclu- 
sive public opinion poll. © Studio 
Broadcasting System, division of 
Highwood Service, Inc. 
Episode no. 
T27CV-0019. Topeka police budget 

and sales tax. © 28jan72; C27282. 
T27CV-0020. U.S. Space Program, 

Topeka opinion. © 28.)an72; C27283. 
T27CV-0021. Topeka consumer shopping 

patterns. © 28Jan72; C27281. 
T27CV-0022. U.S. Senate and gubena- 

torial projections. © 28jan72; 

C 27 284. 



T27CV-OO23. Topeka reaction of 
Presidential economy policy. 
© 28jan72; C27285. 
T27CV-0024. Topeka street depart- 
ment performance. © 28jan72; 
C27286. 
T27CV-0025. Topeka organized labor 
and union activities . © 28Jan72; 
027287 • 
T27CV-OO26. Senator Robert Dole 
popularity. © 28jan72; C27288. 
T27CV-0027 • Topeka response to 
marijuana issue. © 28Jan72; 
027289. 
T27CV-0028. Washburn University 

student response to marijuana issue. 
© 28jan72; C 27290. 
T27CV-0029. Kansas prison system. 

© 28Jan72; C27291. 
T27CV-0030. Topeka city commission 

popularity. © 28jan72; C27293. 
T27CV-OO31. No-fault automobile 
accident insurance. © 28Jan72; 
C27292. 

STULAC, JOSEF FLORIAN, II. 
See man tick/See woman talk. 

1 v. A musical play in 2 acts. 
© Josef Florian Stulac II; lMay72; 
DU83325. 

STUTTE, EILEEN. 

Soldiers prayer. See LEWIS, M. M. 

STUTZ, BRUCE DAVID. 

Terminal connections. 28 1. A play. 

© Bruce Stutz; 22Mar72; DU82995 . 
Three deaths for the radio. 1 v. 

Screenplay. © Bruce Stutz; 22Mar72; 

DU82996. . 

STYRON, WILLIAM. 

Dead; a love story. Screenplay by 
William Styron & John Phillips, 
pseud, of John Marquand, Jr. 
169 1. © William Styron & John 
Phillips; l6Dec71; DU82257 . 

SUAREZ SANTOS, ANTONIO. See 
SANTOS, ANTONIO SUAREZ. 

SUFISM REORIENTED, INC. 

The mast tours; of Avatar Meher Baba . 
1 v. A musical play in 2 acts. 
© Sufism Reoriented, Inc.; 29Mar72; 
DU83070. 
The new life of Avatar Meher Baba. 
1 V. A musical play in 4 acts. 
© Sufism Reoriented, Inc.; I6jun72; 
DU83912 ■ 

SUGERMAN, ANDREW. 

Victim of terror; screenplay. 139 1. 
© Andrew Sugerman; 28Apr72; DU83388. 

SUGG, ALFRED. 

An anthology of Greek tragedy. See 
COOK, ALBERT. 

SULLIVAN, JAMES PHILIP. 

Chino, California Prison. 3 1. 

© James Philip Sullivan (Jim); 

lMay72; C2S997 . 
Oak Glen Prison, by Jim Sullivan. 

51. © James Philip Sullivan; 

lMay72; C26996 . 

SULLIVAN, JOHN M. 

Sullivan's comedy tonight. If it ain't 
funny, it ain't happened. Edited by 
Mike Sullivan. Monolog. © Mike 
Sullivan. 
Vol.1, no. 

2. © lFeb72; C26VW. 

3. © 7Mar72; C26680. 
'+. © 3Apr72: C26867. 

5. © lMay72; C27022. 

6. © 2Jun72; C27192. 
Vol.2, no. 

1. © 30Jun72; C27315 . 

SULLIVAN, JOSEPH HERBERT. 

The appearance of Alston Carr; original 
screenplay. 123 1. © Joseph 
Sullivan; 13Apr72; DU83234 . 



SULLIVAN, KENNETH. 

Us. 4 1. © Kenneth Sullivan; 10Nov71; 
C263I5 . 

SULLIVAN, L. M., pseud. See SULLIVAN, 
MARY EILEEN. 

SULLIVAN, MARY EILEEN. 

Happy house, by L. M. Sullivan, pseud. 
1 V. A play in 2 acts. © Mary 
Eileen Sullivan; 3May72; DU83447 . 

SULLIVAN, MIKE. See SULLIVAN, JOHN M. 

SULZBERGER, MARION B. 

Skin lesions depicted and defined. 
Pt.l: Primary lesions, by Marion B. 
Sulzberger & Roberta Z. Sulzberger. 
23 1. Script. © Institute for Der- 
matologic Communications & Education; 
19May72; C27145- 

SULZBERGER, ROBERTA Z. 

Skin lesions depicted and defined. 
See SULZBERGER, MARION B. 

SUNDGREN, BELLE BRAND. 

Zarathustra; a screenplay. 125 1. 
With music. © Belle Brand Sundgren; 
lMar72; DU82573. 

SUNDOL, CONRAD. 

One person (Love) 12 1. Screenplay. 
© Conrad Sundol; 3Apr72; DU83II7. 
SUPERFINE PICTURES, INC. 

Prehistoric bride. See LONIGRO, 
JAMES. 

SUPERSTAR RECORDS. 

Everything you always wanted to know 

about David Cassidy. See ZAHNIERI, 

MARIA. 
Everything you always wanted to know 

about the Grand Punk Railroad. See 

KANT OR, JERRY. 
Everything you always wanted to know 

about the Osmonds. See HAMILTON, 

NOEL. 

SUROWSKI, HENRY MYERS. 

Parents talk with Santa Claus . 1 v. 
Recording script. © Henry M. 
Surowski; 28jun72; C27309. 

SUSSMAN, BARTH JULES. 

The gunmen; an original story &■ screen- 
play. 75 1' © Barth Jules Sussman; 
26Apr72; DU83269. 
The redball gang; screenplay. 136 1. 
© Barth Jules Sussman; 2Mar72; 
DU82565. 

SUTIW, MARCI, pseud. See 
PISACANE, MARCIA. 

SWANN-SAMORE PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Bloodthirsty. See SWANW, TERRENCE 
GATH. 

SWANN, TERRENCE GATH. 

Bloodthirsty; a screenplay. 122 1. 
© Swann-Salmore Productions, Inc.; 
10May72; DU83527. 



SWANSON, WALTER S. J. 

The fates of Anna Frank; a drama in 
two acts. 45 1. © Walter S. J. 
Swanson; l6Dec71; DU82199- 

SWANTON, HENRY A. 

The wheels. 1 v. A play in 1 act. 
© Henry A. Swanton; 13Mar72; DU82899 . 

SWARTZ, DONALD P. 

A matter of choice; a film on family 
planning. 29 1- Script. 
© Trustees of Columbia University 
& Donald P. Swartz; 3Apr72; C26865 . 

SWARTZ, STEPHEN HILLARD. 

The estate of LaCroix; a screenplay. 
71 1. © Stephen Hillard Swartz; 
2Feb72; DU82465. 



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69 



SWEET, LYNN DELOS. 

The house next door. 31 1. A play. 
© Lynn D. Sweet; 27Mar72; DU83056. 

SWENSON, SWEN. 

Don't step on Ivan. See SHIPMAN, 
MICHAEL D. 

SWINGLER, DAVID HOLLAND. 

Interviews with the candidates of the 
Republican and Democratic parties; 
a short fictional dramatic script for 
radio. 5 1. © David Swingler; 
2May72; DU83435. 

SWORTZELL, LOWELL. 

All the world's a stage; modern plays 
for young people. Decorations by 
Howard Simon. New York, Delacorte 
Press. 610 p. Appl. authors: Lowell 
Swortzell (A308557); Dell Pub. Co., 
Inc., employer for hire (A305OI9) 
© on compilation, introd., A note on 
reading plays (p.xix-xxi) & introduc- 
tory matter for each play; Lowell 
Swortzell; lFeb72; A308557. © on 
decorations; Dell Pub. Co., Inc.; 
lFeb72; A305019. 
Little Red Riding Hood. See SCHWARTZ, 
EUGENE. 

SWYRYDENKO, NICHOLAS JERRY. 

Sad train; a play in one act. bl 1. 
© Nicholas Jerry Swyrydenko; lMar72; 
DU82762 . 

SYKES, ELROY KEITH. 

1, 2, 3. 2 sheets. ® Serendipity 
Pub. Corp.; 22Peb72; C26444 . 

SYLVESTER, WILLIAM. 

An anthology of Greek tragedy. See 
COOK, ALBERT. 

SYLVESTRO, GLORIA. 

Horace Hodgefleld. See HIKES, KAY. 

SZALKOWSKI, JOHN. 

The cyclamate monsters. See 
STRITCH, JOHN. 



TAGLIAFERRO, MAURISHKA. 

The well upholstered ghetto. 

Work draft. I38 1. A screenplay. 
Book & lyrics only. © Maurlshka 
Tagliaferro; 24Aug70; DU82258. 

TALBOT, GLADYS MARY. 

God's trees. See BOWER, HELEN FRAZEE. 

TALISMAN, BEVERLY BELLAK. 

If I never said I loved you; by 
Beverly Bellak. 72 1. A screen- 
play in 2 acts. © Beverly Bellak 
Talisman; 4May72; DU83460. 

TALLEY, MARVIN. 

I want to learn, what about you? 
23 1. A play. © Marvin Talley; 
10Apr72; DU83263. 

TALLMAN, ALBERT. 

Once again Cain reborn. 89 1. 

A play. © Albert Tallman; 19Jun72; 
DU83933. 

TALMADGE, MILDRED BARNES. 

Antiques and counterfeits; a play in 
3 acts. 1 v. © Mildred B. Talmadge; 
4May72; DU83355 . 
Sibling, that is; a play in two acts. 
1 V. © Mildred B. Talmadge; 30Jun72; 
DU84048. 

TAMARACK PRODUCTIONS, LTD. 

American primitive. See GIBSON, 
WILLIAM. 

TAMBORNINO, JEFFREY 0. 

Huckleberry Finn; a book for a 

musical. 1 v. Two acts. Adapted 



from The adventures of Huckleberry 
Finn, by Mark Twain, pseud. © Jeff 
Tambornino; 28Feb72; DU82730. 
Revenge; a screenplay by Jeff 
Tambornino. 1st draft. l40 1. 
Prom an original story, Squamata, 
by the author. © Jeff Tambornino; 
10Feb72; DU82373 • 

TANRO, PUKAMI. 

Twenty plays of the No theatre. 
See KEENE, DONALD, ed. 

TANZ, EUGENE ROBERT. 

Brlskin Chevrolet ole. Sheet. 
Script. © Eugene Robert Tanz; 
22Mar72; C26807. 

TAORMINA, ROBERT JOSEPH. 

The food of the gods; screenplay. 
84 1. Three acts. Based on a 
novel by H. G. Wells. Appl. states 
prev. reg. l6Sep04, A95699 & prev. 
pub. 21Sep04. NM: dramatization. 
© Robert J. Taormina; 17Apr72; 
DU83252. 

TARNOWSKY, PETER, pseud. See 
DENOSKY, PETER. 

TARRANT, ROBERT C. 

Let's go window shopping; a memory 

game for television. Scripts. 

© Robert C. Tarrant. 

1-2. © 5Apr72; C26882, 26883. 
Let's go window shopping III; a memory 

game for radio. 6 1. Script. 

© Robert C. Tarrant; 5Apr72; 026884. 

TARSHIS, BERNARD HOWARD. 

The comedy lecture album, by Bernie 
Travis, pseud. 78 1. Script. 
© Bernard Howard Tarshls; 10Feb72; 
026538. 

TASCA, EDWARD. 

The critics; a comedy-satire for tele- 
vision by Ed Tasca. 1 v. Five 
scenes. © Ed Tasca; 25Feb72; 
DU82723 . 

TASCA, JULES E. 

Plato and the lesser fruits; a comedy 

in three acts. 1 v. © Jules E. 

Tasca; 28jun72; DU84o42. 
Tadpole; a comedy in three acts. 101 

1. © Jules E. Tasca; 5Jan72; 

DU82192. 

TAYLOR, BENJAMIN F. 

Bible lectures. The allness of God 
and His spiritual creations & 
others. 1 v. © Benjamin F. Taylor; 
4Apr72; C26800. 
TAYLOR, DAVID. 

She went that way. See TAYLOR, 
SAMUEL. 

TAYLOR, DONALD DOUGLAS. 

The Four Sisters Motel; an original 
film for television by Doug Taylor. 
120 1. Script. © Douglas Taylor; 
26May72; DU83724 . 

TAYLOR, ERVINE JASPER, JR. 

Your sister Rose Is dead; an original 
screenplay by E. J. Taylor & Ed 
Borella. 179 1- ® Edward Borella & 
E. J. Taylor; 17Feb72; DU82616. 

TAYLOR, JACK. ^ , . . ot i 

The key to triumphant living, ^ii J-- 
Tape script. © Broadman Films; 
2May72; C26988. 

TAYLOR, MARGARET HAZEL FORD. 

Hotel Happiness; a 1-act comedy. 24 1. 
© Margaret Ford Taylor; 19Apr72; 
DU83298. 

TAYLOR, MICHAEL. 

She went that way. See TAYLOR, 
SAMUEL. 
TAYLOR, SAMUEL. 

She went that way; a comedy. 1 v. 
Three acts. © Samuel Taylor, 
Michael Taylor & David Taylor; 
13Mar7?; DU8289O. 



TAYLOR, STEPHEN. 

Evidence; a play. 112 1. Twenty-three 
scenes. © Stephen Taylor; l6jun72; 
DU83919. 

TECH-ED, INC. 

Medical anatomy, terminology, physi- 
ology. 436 1. Recording scripts. 
® Tech-Ed, Inc.; l8May72; C27115 • 
Salesmanship. Section B. Discussion 
1-36. 267 1. Lectures. ©Tech-Ed, 
Inc.; l8May72; 027159- 

TELEPROMPTER CORP. 

Chop, chop. Sheet. Radio script. 
© Teleprompter Corp.; I4jun72; 
C27174 . 
Dusty Ed. Sheet. Radio script. 
© Teleprompter Corp.; I4jun72; 
C27179. 
Home on the range. Sheet. Radio 
script. © Teleprompter Corp.; 
I4jun72; 027178. 
Master and Egor. Sheet. Radio script. 
© Teleprompter Corp.; I4jun72; 
027181. 
Politics. Sheet. Radio script. 
® Teleprompter Corp.; l4jun72; 
C27180 . 
Psychiatrist. Sheet. Radio script. 
© Teleprompter Corp.; l4Jun72; 
C27177. 
TV authority. Sheet. Radio script. 
© Teleprompter Corp.; I4jun72; 
C27176 . 
Telephone booth. Sheet. Radio script. 
© Teleprompter Corp.; I4jun72; 
C27175 . 

TEMMER, MARK J. 

Dark solace; shooting script. 36 1. 
Screenplay. © Mark J. Temmer; 
31Jan72; DU8S447 . 

TEMPLE, ROBERT E. 

King forever; a passion play. 

122 1. Three acts. © Robert E. 
Temple; 3Mar72; DU82789. 

TENOWICH, TOM. 

Everything you always wanted to know 
about foolin' around; a humorous 
look at the copulation explosion; 
for a record album by Tom Tenowich 
& Norm Liebmann. 88 1. © Tom 
Tenowich,- Inc. & Norm Liebmann; 
a4Feb72; DU82756. 
Uncle Sex wants you! By Tom Tenowich 
& Norm Liebmann. 129 1. Screenplay. 
© Tom Tenowich, Inc. & Norm Liebmann; 
l4Feb72; DU82590. 

TENOWICH (TOM) INC. 

Everything you always wanted to knovj 
about foolin' around. See 
TENOWICH, TOM. 
Uncle Sex wants you. See TENOiaCH, 
TOM. 

TEREFENKO, THOMAS. 

Lovebirds; a one act comedy. 34 1. 
© Thomas Terefenko; 3Feb72; DU825l4. 

TERRI MUSIC, INC. 

Judas Iscariot. See FRANK, BOB. 

Wino. See FRANK, BOB. 



TERRY, MEGAN. 

Sanibel and Captiva. 21 1 . A play. 
© Megan Terry; 13Jan72; DU82290. 

TERRY, ROBERT. 

Heavenly sinners; a musical in two 
acts. 1 V. © Robert Terry; 
29N0V71; DU82132. 

TERZAKIS, ANGELOS. , ^ ,.„ 
Thrancestor; translated from the 
Greek by Rae Dalven. 54 1. A 
play in 3 acts. ® Rae Dalven, 
8May72; DU83493. 



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THACKERAY, JAN. 

Hill County. Music & lyrics by 
Jan Thackeray, Vincent Sarra, 
Tex Atkinson, Jon Munz & others . 
1 V. A musical play in 3 acts. 
© Hill County, Inc.; 28Feb72; 
DU82858. 

THACKKRAYj WILLIAM. 

Vanity Pair. See SMITHIES, MAURA 
CAVANAGH. 

THALASSA, INC. 

Homo aquaticus. See SELTZER, DAVID. 

THEATRE IN EDUCATION, INC. 

The making of a king. See PERRIE, 
ERNESTINE. 

THEATRE X, INC. 

X communication. Ft. 2. 1 v. A play. 
© Theatre X, Inc.; 27Jun72; DU84029. 



THEBOM, BLANCHE. 
The snowmaiden. 
NIKOLAI . 



See RIMSKY-KORSAKOV, 



THEODORU, STEFAN GHEORGHE. 

Alexandru D. Xenopol. 5 1- Romanian. 
© Stefan Gheorghe Theodoru; ITNovTl; 

027151. 
Jurnal de zi; prezentat de D. Badila, 
pseud, of Stefan Gheorghe Theodoru. 
4 1. © Stefan Gheorghe Theodoru; 
15NOV71; C26254. 

THIBAUDEAU, GUY P. 

Transfer of computer output data to 
contract documents. Sheet. ©'Guy 
P. Thibaudeau; lDec71; C2626o. 

Vertical accounting. Sheet. Lecture. 
© Guy P. Thibaudeau; 5Jan72; C26610. 

THIERSTEIN, SAMUEL T. 

Step by step relaxation. 1 v. 
Recording script. © Samuel T. 
Thierstein; 25May72; C27195. 

THOMAS, CLEVE WILLIAM. 

How 'long until the end of morning? 
46 1. A play. © Cleve Thomas; 
13Apr72; DU83237. 

THOMAS, DYLAN. 

Under milk wood. Screenplay by 

Andrew Sinclair. London, Lorrimer. 
95 p. © on screenplay; Tlmon Films, 
Ltd.; 27Jan72; AF54731 

THOMAS, JIM B., JR. 

In the garden of Anna's mi'id; screen- 
play. 186 1. © Jim B. Thomas, Jr.; 
22May72; DU83655. 

THOMAS, JOYCE CAROL. 

Images; by Jacqueline Graham, pseud. 
29 1. A play. © Joyce Carol 
Thomas; llJan72; DU82267 . 

THOMAS, MICHAEL, pseud. See 
GROSSO, MICHAEL THOMAS. 

THOMAS, S. MCCLAIN. 

A man called Christ. 1 v. A musical 
play in 14 scenes. Book only. 
© S. McClain Thomas; 21Jun72; 
DU83796 . 

THOMAS, WILLIE MAE. 

Do something, Johnnie. 55 1. A Pl^y- 
© Willie Mae Thomas; 23Mar72; 

DU83079 ■ 
The poor psychiatrist. 35 1- A play. 
© Willie Mae Thomas; 10Apr72; 
DU83078. 

THOMPSON, DEAN. 

The king in yellow. 
RICHARD. 



See CLORFENE, 



THOMPSON, GARLAND LEE. 

Sisyphus & the blue-eyed Cyclops; an 
Illusory mind play. 31 1. Two 
scenes. © Garland Lee Thompson; 
27Mar72; DU83046. 



THOMPSON, PAUL J. 

Once upon a one-time holiday; a one- 
act play. 25 1. © Paul J. 
Thompson; 5Jan72; DU824l9. 
The well, a dream, once upon a time; 
a one-act play. 51 1 • & Paul J. 
Thompson; 15Mar72; DU83368. 

THOMPSON, TEDDY T. 

Eblis. 89 1. Screenplay. © Teddy T. 

Thompson; 5Apr72; DU83156. 
Tempo. 72 1. Screenplay. © Teddy T. 
Thompson; 12Apr72; DU83225 . 

THOMPSON, THOMAS. 

Swen. See SCHMIDT, WALTER ROEBER. 

THORNE, MARGARET A. 

The journey. See THORNE, MICHAEL S. 

THORKE, MICHAEL S. 

The journey; a musical play in two 
scenes; book by Marge Thorne, lyrics 
by Marge & Michael S. Thorne, music 
by Michael S. Thorne. 1 v. 
© Michael S. Thorne & Marge Thorne; 
24Apr72; DU83333. 

3-N PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

For works claimed by 3-N Productions, 
Inc. See DURMA, NORM. 

THUNA, LEONORA. 

Sex play, 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Leonora Thuna; 9Feb72; DU82545. 

TIECK, JOHANN.LUDWIG. 

Puss-in-Boots; fairy-tale in three 
acts with interludes, a prologue 
& epilogue; translated by Gerald 
Gillespie. 65 1. © Gerald 
Gillespie; 17Apr72; DU83251. 

TIERNEY, DAVID P. 

Optical character recognition and the 
economics of OCR; by Dave Tierney. 
1 V. Lecture. © David P. Tierney; 
lJun72; 027189. 

TILLER, THEODORE, 2d. 

Count Dracula; a play. by Ted Tiller. 
1 V. Three acts. Based on Bram 
Stoker's nineteenth century novel, 
Dracula. © Theodore Tiller 2d; 
28Apr72; DU83402. 

TIME, INC. 

The executive voice. Scripts. 
© Time, Inc . 

Jan. 1972. © l8Feb72; C26398. 
Feb. 1972. ® 2!|-Feb72; 026564. 
Mar. 1972. ® 3Apr72; C26877. 
Apr. 1972. © 24Apr72; C26992 . 
Jun. 1972. ® 15Jun72; 027228. 
Venture capital; an inside look for 
the investor and the entrepreneur. 
123 1. Script. © Time, Inc.; 
llApr72; 026995- 

TIMON FILMS, LTD. 

The scarlet letter. See SINCLAIR, 

ANDREW. 
Under milk wood. See THOMAS, DYLAN. 

TINGEY, RUTH. 

Harry Alpert please go home. See 
BOWDEH, ROBERT C. 

TINLEY, EMORY B. 

Grab hold of the wind; a three act 
play. 99 1. © Emory B. Tinley; 
27Jan72; DU82436. 

TINO, MARCELLO. 

Mano y mano; a screenplay. With col- 
laboration by Edward Vincent. 65 1. 
English. © Marcello Tino; l4Feb72; 
DU82586 . 

TITONE, CHARLES. 

Thursday's people; an original screen- 
play. 98 1. © Charles Tltone; 
26jun72; DU84oi8. 



TITUS, HIRAM. 

Hang on to your head; written by John 
C. Donahue, music composed by Hiram 
Titus. 1 V. A play in l4 scenes. 
© Children's Theatre Co. of the 
Minneapolis Society of Pine Arts; 
26May72; DU83722. 

Robin Hood; a story of the forest; 
written by Timothy Mason, music com- 
posed by Hiram Titus. 1 v. A play 
in 10 scenes. © Children's Theatre 
Company of the Minneapolis Society 
of Fine Arts; lMay72; DU83421 . 



TOBIN, LEW. 

The funky squirrel. 
HARRELL. 



See JACKSON, 



TOBIN, TERENCE. 

The assembly. See PITCAIRNE, 
ARCHIBALD. 

TOBY, pseud. See BLUTH, FREDERICK L. 

TOBY, LISELOTT. 

All the caterpillars you want. See 
STIRLING, NORA. 

TOEMAN, RICHARD MAURICE. 

Gludltta. See KNEPLER, PAUL. 

TOLBERT, WALTER. 

Growth; story and screenplay. Final 
draft, Apr. 7, 1972. I38 1. Book & 
lyrics only. © Walter Tolbert; 
3Jul72; DU83902. 

TOLKIEN, J. R. R. 

The hobbit. See FRIEDMAN, ALLAN JAY. 

TOLKIEN, JOHN RONALD REUEL. 
The hobbit. See ZYBACH, BOB. 

TOLSTOY, LEO NIKOLAYEVICH, COUNT. 
Hadji-Murad. See SHARIA, NOUGZAR. 

TOMLIN, LILY. 

And that's the truth, by Lily Tomlin, 
Jane Wagner, Warren Burton 8c others. 
2 V. Recording script. © Omnipotent 
Pub. Co.; 22Feb72; C26583. - 

TOMLINSON, DIANE. 

The sheriff of Amber County. See 
SCHAVE, ELLSVfORTH, JR. 

TOOBY, ANNE N. 

Betrayal, by Suzanne Gray, pseud. 6 1. 
© Anne N. Tooby; 9May72; C27251. 

TORRE-PRONTERA, ISIS. 

El pirata Cofresi; guion oineftiato- 
grafico, Maria Parranelli, pseud. 
53 1. © Isis Torre-Frontera; 
l4Peb72; DU82593. 

TOTHEROH, DAN. 

Rough an' ready; a mountain play of 
the days of '49. 66 1. Two acts. 
© Dan Totheroh; 28Apr72; DU83599. 

TOlfflSEND, PHIL. 

Ojenke. See MCNEIL, DORIS. 



TOWNSHEND, PETER. 

Tommy. See THE WHO. 

TRACK MUSIC, INC. 

Tommy. See THE WHO. 

TRADITION MUSIC CO. 

Being black and I'm proud. See 

BONNER, WELDON. 
Mixed water. See WHITE, BUKKIA. 

For other works claimed by Tradition 
Music Co. See COLEMAN, GEORGE. 

TRAKTMAN, PEGGY. 

The KFO-TV weather show; a musical 
review. 1 v. ® Peggy Traktman; 
2Mar72; DU82778. 



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TRAKTMAN, PEGGY SIMON. 

Litter at Lollypop Lake. 1 v. A 
musical play. © Peggy Simon 
Traktman; 25Jan72; DU82397 . 

TRAVIS, BERNIE, pseud. See 
TARSHIS, BERNARD HOWARD. 

TRECKER, JANICE LAW. 

Untitled script about the campaign for 
women's suffrage in America. Pt.l, 
3, by Janice Law Trecker & Richard W. 
Bruner. 2 v. Filmstrip scripts. 
© Richard W. Bruner; l8Apr72; 
PU83360, 83362. 

Untitled script about women in America. 
Pt.2, 4, by Janice Law Trecker & 
Richard W. Bruner. 2 v. Filmstrip 
scripts. © Richard W. Bruner; 
l8Apr72; DU8336I, 85363 • 

TRENHOLME, ISABEL WHITMAN. 

One world; a musical comedy in three 
acts. 1 V. © Isabel Whitman 
Trenholme; 10May72; DU83685 . 

TREVENS, FRANCINE L. 

The obtuse triangle; a contemporary 
comedy. 78 1. Three acts. 
© Francine L. Trevens; 13Jan72; 
DU82291 . 
TRIAD ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS, INC. 
Hearing conservation presentation: 
program text & slide sequence. 1 v. 
© Triad Environmental Consultants, 
Inc.; 23Feb72; 026589 •• 
Hearing conservation programs as 
related to the Osha occupational 
noise standards. 11 1. © Triad 
Environmental Consultants, Inc.; 
23Feb72; C26611. 



TURNER, DANIEL PRANK. 

Pink; a play in one act. 3^* !• 
© Daniel Prank Turner; 17Peb72; 
DU82621 . 



See 



IRIPLETT, JANE DINSMOOE, 
6 new plays for children. 
MCE, CHRISTIAN. 



TRIPLETT, RICHARD I. 

A fire burns in Spring Hill. 1 y- ^ 
Three acts. © Richard I. Triplett; 
l4Apr72; DP8016. 

TROESTER, IMMAHUEL. 

The fifth part of J. S. Bach's 
Clavleruebung; an illustrated 
lecture. 30 1. © Immanuel 
Troester; 17Jan72; 026457. 

TROPICANA RECORDINGS. 

The mysteries of life are unfolding. 
See DAVIS, ALBERT. 

TRUESDALE, TAD. 

Safari 3OO; by Tad Truesdale, Richie 
Havens & Larl Becham. 1 v. A 
musical play in 2 parts. Book 
& lyrics only. © Stormy Forest 
Productions; 17Peb72; DU8237O. 

TRUSTEES OP COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY. See 
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, NEW YORK. 
TRUSTEES . 

TUCKER, NORMAN. 

Der Besuch der alten Dame. See 
EINEM, GOTTFRIED VON. 

TUDELA, ENRIQUE TORRES. 

One minute before death. 1 v. Screen- 
play. © Enrique Torres Tudela; 
20Mar72; DU82962. 

The oval portrait. I3I 1. Screenplay. 
© Enrique Torres Tudela; 20Mar72; 
DU82958 . 

TURNER (ALLEN E.) ASSOCIATES, INC. 

Subsurface available space (SAS) pro- 
gram: Regrowth planning parking 
solution study. 9 1- Lecture. 
© Allen E. Turner Associates, Inc.; 
20Jun72; C27302. 



TURMER, MORRIS. 
The gray ghost. 
STONE. 



See OROVITZ, LOREAINE 



TURNER, STEVEN CLARK. 

The Wilhelm papers; a screenplay. 
182 1. ® Steven Clark Turner; 
l8May72; DU83633- 

TURNOY, SIOUX, pseud. See TURNOY, 
SUE ELLEN. 

TURNOY, SUE ELLEN. 

Parlor games. See SEIMETZ, 
PATRICIA. 

TUSCANY, ABRAMO, pseud. See ARIETI, 
SILVANO . 



TWAIN, MARK, pseud. 
SAMUEL LANGHORNE. 



See CLEMENS, 



TYLER, ROYALL. 

Twenty plays of the No theatre. 
See KEENE, DONALD, ed. 

TYMES, JUSTIN, pseud. See BISCHAK, LYNN. 

TYNAN, TIMOTHY JOSEPH. 

The sporting stalk. 37 1 . A play in 

3 acts. © Timothy Joseph Tynan; 

30May72; DU83748. 
Xantheppe vs. Socrates at Miami Beach; 

3-act play. 1 v. © Timothy Joseph 

Tynan; 31May72; DU83766. 



u 



UDES, LEN, JR. 

The attack. See BROWN, PETER S. 

UGER, ALAN. 

The unauthorized autobiography of 
Howard Who. See STEINBERG, 
NORMAN L. 

ULSHAFER, LOUISE ESTEVEN. See 
ESTEVEN-ULSHAFER, LOUISE. 

UNAMUNO, MIGUEL DE. 

Black widow. See PASATIERI, THOMAS. 

miAET MUSIC CORP. 

Greenwich Village glue blues. See 
REEVES, EDDIE. 

UNGAR, HARRY P. 

Out of bounds. See UNGAR, MANYA S. 

UNGAR, MANYA S. 

Out of bounds! A new musical revue in 
two acts by Manya & Harry Ungar. 
1 v © Harry P. Ungar & Manya S. 
Ungar; 22Peb72; DU82430. 

UNITED PARCEL SERVICE OP AMERICA, INC. 
Circle of honor. 1 v. Filmstrip 
script. © United Parcel Service of 
America, Inc.; 27Mar72; C26718. 
It's your move; the thrift plan. 1 v. 
Script. © United Parcel Service of 
America, Inc.; 5Apr72; C26886. 
07 to the 70' s; the story of UPS; nar- 
rative. 9 1. Script. © United 
Parcel Service of America, Inc.; 
5Apr72; 026885- 

UNIVERSAL EDITION, A.G. 

Frauen fuerchtet Frauen. See 

MIDDLETON, THOMAS. 
Galizien. See KRLEZA, MIROSLAV. 
Indiskretionen. See BUERKI, PIERRE. 
La rondine. See PUCCINI, GIACOMO. 



UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA. REGHTOS. 
Les Huguenots. See BURG, WALTER V. 

UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA PRESS. 

La batalla del honor. See VEGA 

CARPIO, LOPE FELIX DE. 
La force du sang. See HARDY, 
ALEXANDRE . 

URBANO, ANTHONY R. 

Beauty and the beast. 15 1- Screen- 
play. © Tony Urbano & Co., Inc.; 
6jun72; DU83821. 
Clever Gretel. 5 1. Screenplay. 
© Tony Urbano & Co., Inc.; 6jun72; 

DU83819 . 
Dusty' s nightmare. 1 v. Screenplay. 
© Tony Urbano & Co., Inc.; 24Mar72; 
DU83030 . 
Dusty' s nightmare. 15 1- Screenplay. 
Includes lyrics for 2 songs. © Tony 
Urbano & Co., Inc.; 8May72; DU83505 ■ 
The happy prince; story by Oscar Wilde, 
adapted for television by Tony 
Urbano. 9 1. NM: dramatization, 
revision & staging notes. © Tony 
Urbano & Co., Inc.; 24Mar72; DU83029. 
Henny Penny. 5 1. A play. © Tony 

Urbano & Co., Inc.; 6jun72; DU83820. 
The lonely clubhouse. 7 1. Film 
script. © Tony Urbano & Co., Inc.; 
5May72; C26951. 
The making of the flag. 4 1. Screen- 
play. © Tony Urbano & Co., Inc.; 
6jun72; DU83818. 
Peter Rabbit; by Tony Urbano. 7 1- 
A play. Appl. states prev. pub. 
1955. NM: dramatization for puppets. 
© Tony Urbano & Co., Inc.; 26Jun72; 
DU8387I. 
The runaway gingerbread boy. 5 !• 
Film script. © Tony Urbano & Co., 
Inc.; 8May72; 027157- 
The taming of the shrew; retold by 
Tony Urbano. 15 1- A play. © Tony 
Urbano & Co., Inc.; 6Mar72; DU82873- 

URBANO (TONY) & CO., INC. 

For works claimed by Tony Urbano & 
Co., Inc- See URBANO, ANTHONY R. 

URBAN! , KAY. 

Bobo's old man. I8 1. A play. © Kay 

Urbant; 19Apr72; DU85120. 
Mrs. Stokes was a general's wife. 

17 1. A play. © Kay Urbant; 

19Apr72; DU83122. 
Tuesday night with James and Melissa. 

29 1. A play. © Kay Urbant; 

19Apr72; DU83121. 

UREAS, STANLEY M. 

A Selichot folk service; arranged by 
Stanley M. Urbas, Gladys Anne 
Krongelb & Zelda Reeber. 6 1. 
© Stanley M- Urbas, Gladys Anne 
Krongelb &■ Zelda Reeber; 3Mar72; 
026540. 

USIGLI, RODOLFO. 

Two plays: Crown of light; One of 
these days. Translated by Thomas 
Bledsoe; introd. by Willis Knapp 
Jones; foreword by J. Gary Davis. 
Carbondale, Southern Illinois 
University Press. 234 p. (Contem- 
porary Latin American classics) 
NM: translation, Introd. & foreword - 
© Southern Illinois University Press; 
30Dec71; A330527- 



V 



VETA- See VIDEO ENTERTAINMENT & 
TRAINING ASSOCIATES. 

VACCA, MICHELE L. 

The adventures of Tom Sawyer; adapted 
from the novel by Mark Twain. 6I 1. 
Two acts- © Mlchele L- Vacca; 
30May72; DU83743- 



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VACCA, MICHELE L.-Con. 

Alice in Wonderland; an adaptation of 
Lewis Carroll's Alice's adventures In 
Wonderland & Through the looking 
glass. 59 1. A play in 2 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. SMarYl, 
DU80l55. MM: revisions & additions. 
© Michele L. Vacca; 8May72; DU83480. 

A Christmas carol, by Charles Dickens; 
adapted by Michele L. Vacca. 58 1. 
A play In 5 acts . NM: dramatization 
& additions. © Michele L. Vacca; 
22May72; DU83569. 

Hansel and Gretel. 52 1. A play in 
3 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
300ct70, DU78651. MM: revisions & 
additions. © Michele L. Vacca; 
22May72; DU8357O. 

VACHALEK, JOAN. 

Lecture four: poetry unit. Sheet. 
© Joan Vachalek; 20Mar72; C2679'^• 

VALCOURT, JOSEPH C. 

Towers. I6 1. A play. ® Joseph C. 
Valcourt; 17Mar72; DU83l48. 

VALENTI, JOHN. 

Finders keepers; a farcical comedy 
film play. 220 1. © John Valenti; 
5May72; DU83467. 

VALLINE, KATARINA, pseud. See 
WALLIN, KATARINA. 

VALRICH, DONHA. 

Medley of variations show. See 
VALRICH, HELEN. 

VALRICH, HELEN. 

Medley of variations show; in dialect 
and baby talk; script by Helen 
Valrich & Donna Valrlch; lMay72; 
C26998. 

VALU, FRANK. 

The romantic wild West; a musical 
comedy in 3 acts, 7 scenes. 1 v. 
Book & music only. © Frank Valu; 
2Jun72; DU83969. 

VANCE J BOBBYE B. 

Rip off. See VANCE, SAMUEL. 

VANCE, SAMUEL. 

Rip off; master scene screenplay by 
Samuel & Bobbye Vance. 195 1- 
© Samuel Vance & Bobbye E. Vance; 
4May72; DU83454. 

VAN DEN HAAG, ERNEST. 

Violence and authority: definitions 
and perspectives. 50 !• Lecture. 
® Public Affairs Conference Center; 
lJun71; C26345. 

VAN DRUTEN, JOHN. 

Hot spell. See CARUSO, JOSEPH, JR. 

VANE, NORMAN THADDEUS . 

The karate wars; an original screen- 
play. 71 1. © Norman Va.ne; 
26Jan72; DU82409. 

VAN HEARN, JAN. 

Did Baby shoot her sugar daddy? 
Original screenplay. 56 1. 
® Jan Van Hearn; 15May72; DU83578. 

VAN LEE, R., pseud. See BARBER, RUBY 
LEE. 



VAN LISSEL, KAREN. See DU BIN, KAREN 
VAN LISSEL. 



VAN PEEBLES, MELVIN. 

Dear Mistuh P. 2 sheets. © Almo 
Music Corp. & Yeah, Inc.; 10Apr72; 
C26914 . 



VAN ROt'IKEL, RIP. 

Once upon a scoundrel; an original 
screenplay by Rip Van Ronkel; 
revised screenplay by Norman Spencer 
Graham & James S. Elliott. 
1st rev. draft, Dec. 28, 1971. 
124 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
22Nov48, 17258. NM: additions & 
revisions. © James S. Elliott; 
3Jan72; DU82211. 

VAN ROY, C. 

Basic communications. See VAN HOY, 
MRS. C. 

VAN ROY, MRS. C. 

Basic communications. Series 4: 

Consumer affairs. Program 1-8. 8 v. 

Slide scripts. Appl. author: Ken 

Cook Co., employer for hire of 

C. Van Roy. © Ken Cook Co.; 30May72; 

C27142. 

VAN VLECK, PHILIP C. 

Something; a play in one act. 28 1. 
© Philip C. Van Vleck; 3Jan72; 
DU82I56. 

VARGA, BOB. 

Here comes the circus. See JOIffiS, 
CLAIRE. 

VARGO, JOHN. 

The life of Johnson being a satire 
and imitation of Boswell's Life, 
newly revised and expurgated. 74 1. 
Two acts. © John Vargo; l4Peb72; 
DU82480 . 

VAUGHAN, JOHN WALKER. 

Ghost dance; a play by Stuart Vaughan, 
pseud. 1 V. One act. ® Stuart 
Vaughan; l8May72; DU83634 . 

VAUGHAN, STUART. 

The taming of the shrew. See 
SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

VAUGHAN, STUART, pseud. See 
VAUGHAN, JOHN WALKER. 

VEGA CARPIO, LOPE FELIX DE. 

La batalla del honor; by Lope de Vega. 
Edited with notes & an introd. by 
Henryk Ziomek. Athens, University of 
Georgia Press. I69 p. NM: introd., 
notes, bibliography & editing. 
© University of Georgia Press; 
12Apr72; A337364. 

VEILLON, LEE. 

There are no bunions in the presence 
of a lady; a play in one act. 19 1. 
® Lee Veillon; 7Jan72; DU8213O. 

VENTOLA, VINCENT. 

The total eclipse of Stephanie Shreck; 
the musical odyssey of a person. 
1 V. Book & lyrics only. ® Vincent 
Ventola; 13JU172; DU83962. 

VERBEL, JERRY. 

The taxation of life insurance espe- 
cially as it pertains to the practis- 
ing attorney. 1 v. (New Jersey Law 
Journal Audio Digest library series) 
Script. © New Jersey Law Journal 
Audio Digest, Inc.; lNov71; C26452. 

VERNEUIL, LOUIS. 

The French they are a funny race: 
the girl in the bath. See GREEN, 
ERIC MAWBY. 

VERNOY DE SAINT-GEORGES, J. H. 

La fille du regiment. See DONIZETTI, 
GAETANO. 

VIDEO ENTERTAINMENT & TRAINING 
ASSOCIATES. 

Santa's children. See MCALLISTER, 
GUY. 



VIETS, DON. 

Dracula in the epic vein. 7 1. Lec- 
ture. ® Don Viets; 12Apr72; C26907. 

VINCENT, EDWARD. 

Mano y mano. See TING, MARCELLO. 

VINCENT, JANE. 

Behind my mind; a humanistic audio 
text recording. 10 1. © Jane 
Vincent; 29Mar72; C26858. 

VINCENT, SEAN PATRICK. 

The empty promise; an original screen- 
play. 72 1. © Barnsbury Films; 
4Apr72; DU83l4l. 

VINTI, JOSEPH C. 

Mission; an original screenplay. 80 1. 
® Joseph C. Vlnti; 25May72; DU83618. 

VISCIDO, ANTHONY J. 

A subperiosteal implant for a 

resorbed mandible. 4 1. ® Anthony 
J. Viscido; 10Mar72; C26714. 
Theory and technique of endosseous 
Implants in fixed prosthodontics. 
10 1. © Anthony J. Viscido; 
28jan72; C26455. 

VITALI, FELICE A. 

Hauptmann Grueninger. 1 v. Screen- 
play. ® Felice A. Vitali; 2Mar72; 
DU82626 . 

VIVA, 

Arrest that mother. See SPERLING 
(KAREN) PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

VOGEL, JULIUS, pseud. See POGEL, JULIUS. 

VOLANAKIS, MINOS. 

Womanwealth; or. Women in power. 
Adapted from Aristophanes. 70 1. 
A musical play. Book & lyrics only. 
NM: translation, adaptation & addi- 
tions. ©Minos Volanakis; 31May72; 
DU83597 . 



VON EINEM, GOTTFRIED. 
GOTTFRIED VON. 



See EINEM, 



VON HAETZ, JOHN. 

Slum love; a play. 1 v. Three acts. 
© John von Hartz; 6Mar72; DU82813. 

VOS, MARIANNE CRAMER. 

A storm. See CESAIRE, AIME. 

VOSS, ROBERT W. 

Captain Gingerbread versus the spooned 
faced Drumlins; music" & lyrics by 
Robert W. Voss; written & adapted for 
the screen by Nancy Bacon; based on 
a concept created by John Samuel 
Crummett & Robert W. Voss. 1 v. 
Appl. authors: John Samuel Crummett, 
Robert W. Voss S: Barrister House, 
employer for hire of Nancy Bacon. 
® Barrister House; l4Mar72; DU82755. 



w 



WDYPU. See WESTERN DISTRICT YOUNG 
PEOPLE'S UNION. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 
The advocates. Television scripts. 
© WGBH Educational Foundation fc 
KCET Community Television of South- 
ern Calif. 

Should Congress ban private owner- 
ship of handguns? ® l8Feb72; 
C26575 . 
Should Congress enact a national 
involuntary civil commitment 
program for narcotic addicts? 
© 30Jun72; C27248. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



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Should Congress establish a national 
no-fault auto insurance plan? 
© l8Peb72; 026574. 
Should Congress limit the President's 

war powers? © 30Jun72; C272'*6. 
Should our Presidents be limited to 

a six-year terra? © 30Jun72; 

C 27 249. 
Should strikers be denied welfare 

benefits? © 30Jun72; C27247 . 
Should the Equal Rights Amendment 

be adopted? © 30Jun72; C27250. 
Should the U.S. support Independence 

for East Pakistan? © l8Feb72; 

C26573. 
Erica, a series of television 

lectures on crewel embroidery. See 
WILSON, ERICA. 
The French chef. Television scripts. 
© WGBH Educational Foundation. 
Apple desserts. © 9Feb72; C26524. 
The artichoke. © 9Feb72; 026508. 
A Bavarian combo. © 9Feb72; 

026505. 
Begin with shrimp. © 9Feb72; 

026516. 
Boeuf bourguignon. © 9Feb72; 

C26525. 
Brochettes, kebabs and skewers. 

© 9Feb72; 026522. 
Cheese souffle. © 9Feb72; 026498. 
Chocolate cake. © 9Feb72; C26517. 
Le cocktail. © 9Feb72; C26496. 
Elegance with aspic. © l8Feb72; 

C26570. 
Flaky pasty: pate feuilletee. 

© 9Feb72; O26519. 
Flaming fish: loup flambe au 
fenouil. © 9Feb72; C26525. 
French bread. © 9Feb72; C26527. 
French croissants. © 9Feb72; 

C265IO. 
French fries. © 10Mar72; 026715- 
Gallic pot roast. © 9Feb72; 

C26497 . 
Glamour pouding. © 9Feb72; C26520. 

The good loaf. © 9Feb72; 026499. 
Ham transformation. © 10Mar72; 

C26716. 
The Hollandaise family. © 9Feb72; 

C265OO. 
Ice cream. © l8Feb72; 02657I . 
The lobster show. © 9Peb72; 

026506. 
Madeleines. ® 9Feb72j 026494. 
More about French bread. © 9Feb72; 

026528. 
Mousse au chocolate. © 9Feb72; 

026507. 
The omelette show. © l8Feb72; 

026569. 
Pizza variations. © 9Feb72; O265I5. 
Pot au feu. © 9Feb72; 026514. 
Rye bread. © 9Feb72; 026504. 
Sole bonne femme. © 9Feb72; O26502. 
Soupe du Jour. © 9Feb72; O26512. 
Spaghetti dinner flambe. © 9Feb72; 

C26526. 
Summer salads: mayonnaise of 

chicken. © 9Feb72; C26505. 
Tartes aux fruits. © 9Fe'b72; 

026509. 
Terrlnes & pates. © 9Feb72; 026513- 
To make a buohe. © 9Feb72; C26495. 
To press a duck. © 9Feb72; 026518. 
To roast a turkey. © 9Feb72; 

C265II. 
To stuff a cabbage. © l8Feb72; 

026572. 
Tripes a la mode. © 9Feb72; 

026501. 
A vegetable for all occasions: 
zucchini. © 9Feb72; 026529. 
Vip veal. © 9Feb72; C2652I. 
Janaki. See POSTON, JANE. 



WAGNER, JUDITH Y. 

Jump for the moon. 64 1. (Marcus 
Welby, M.D.) A television play. 
© Judith Wagner; 10Mar72; DU82864. 

WAGNER, RAYMOND 0. 

If he answers; a new play. 106 1. 
Three acts. © Raymond 0. Wagnei': 
22Jun72; DU83994. 

WAGNER, RICHARD. 

The first trip; a short scene from 
The ego odyssey. Story by Douglas 
L. Merrill. Music by Richard Wag- 
ner. 13 1. Appl. states music 
from Wagner's Das Rheingold & Die 
Gotterdammerung prev. pub. NM: ad- 
dition of text & story, rearrange- 
ment of music. © Douglas L. Merrill; 
l6Mar72; DU82925 ■ 

WAHL, NORMAN D. 

The wife of Bath's second tale. l4 1. 
A play in 7 scenes. Includes music 
for 1 song. © Norman D. Wahl; 
llMay72; DU83730. 

WAINEIB, SIMON. 

Lysistrata's lib; a new musical 
adaptation of Aristophanes' 
Lysistrata. Book & lyrics by Zelda 
Hessner & Winifred Newman, music 
by Simon Wainrlb. 1 v. A musical 
play in 5 scenes. © Zelda Hessner, 
Winifred Newman & Simon Wainrib; 
8jun72; DU83679. 

WAITH, EUGENE. 

Restoration drama. Edited & with an 
introd . by Eugene Waith. With a 
pref. on the seventeenth-century 
theater by John Gassner. New York, 
Bantam Books. 607 p. (Bantam 
world drama, QT40151) NM: introd., 
pref. to each play & bibliography. 
© Bantam Books, Inc.; 4Mar6o; 
A298844. 

WALDEN, PAUL FEAJfKLIN. 

Filter tip; song. Sheet. © Paul F. 
Walden; 27Mar72; O26869. 



WALDRON, EMMA. 

The grasshoppers. 
THOMAS JOSEPH. 



See WALDRON, 



WAGNER, JANE. 

And that's the truth. 
LILY. 



See TOMLIN, 



WALDRON, ROBERT. 

The grasshoppers. See WALDRON, THOMAS 
JOSEPH. 

WALDRON, THOMAS JOSEPH. 

The grasshoppers; a freewheeling ver- 
sion of Goethe's Faust for comedians 
only. 55 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Robert k Emma Waldron; lMar72; 
DU8276O . 

WALES, SANDRA. 

We always take care of our own; 

a play in one act. 1 v. © Sandra 
Wales; 3Apr72; DU83II8. 

WALKER, DOLORES. 

Up. See GUNN, GWENDOLYN. 

WALKER, DRAKE. 

Henry 0. and Jimmy D. ; an original 
screenplay. l47 1. © Drake Walker; 
i6nov71; DU82323. 

WALKER, JOSEPH A. 

River Niger. 129 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Joseph A. Walker; 30May72; DU83797 . 

WALLACE, LILLIAN ROWELL. 

Christmas. Sheet. ® Lillian Rowell 

Wallace; l6Mar72; 026654. 
Repentance. Sheet. © Lillian Rowell 

Wallace; l6Mar72; 026653. 

WALLACE, ROBERT T. 

Unemployment; talkin' blues. Sheet. 
© Robert Wallace; 2Jun72; 027147- 



WALLIN, KATARINA. 

Soul brother is watching you; a revolu- 
tionary game-plan with illustrations 
& music by Katarina Valllne, pseud. 
& Iain Whitecross. I58 1. Three 
acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Katarina Wallin & Iain Whitecross; 
17Apr72; DU83132. 

WALSH, MICHAEL. 

You too can be the Son of God! 68 1. 
A play in 5 acts. © Michael Walsh; 
15Mar72; DU82916. 

WALSH, ROBERT. 

The daredevil; an original screenplay. 

76 1. © Robert Walsh; 26Jan72; 

DU82413 . 
Those sensuous dames; an original 

screenplay. 86 1. © Robert Walsh; 

13Jan72; DU82286. 

WALSH, RONALD N. 

Dej"a-vu. See ZAMPINO, ROBERT A. 

WALTER (JANE) AGENCY. 

Are you sure you've never done this 

before. See MCEHEANEY, JAMES J. 
The tiffany touch. See SALAWAY, 

RALPH. 

WALTER, ROBERT P. 

On the lam, by Bob Walter. 1 v. 
Screenplay. © Bob Walter; 7Mar72; 
DU82678. 

WALTOWER, EARL. 

Home from the Nam; a three-act play. 
48 1. © Earl Waltower; 19Apr72; 
DU83285 . 

WANG, HAROLD 0. 

A pot full of geraniums; original 
story & screenplay. 110 1. 
© Harold 0. Wang; 17Mar72; DU82940. 

WANG, SHIH-FU. 

The west chamber (Hsl-hsiang chi) 
Rendered into English verse by 
Henry W. Wells. (In Four classical 
Asian plays in modern translation. 
Baltimore, Penguin books, p. 95-230) 
© on translation; Henry W. Wells; 
28jan72; DP7980. 

WARD, EARNEST V., JR. 

The visions of Juan Valdez; screenplay 
by Earnest Ward & Max Johnson. 67 1- 
© Earnest V. Ward, Jr. & Max Johnson, 
Jr.'; 24Apr72; DU83334. 

WARD, WAYNE. 

Meaning of life eternal. 26 1. Tape 
script. © Broadman Films; 2May72; 
026989. 

WARFIELD, JOSEPH. 

The Hebrews. 51 1. A play. © Joseph 
Warfield; l4Feb72; DU82803. 

WARGO, LOUIS G. 

Bread; a dramatic sketch. 6 1. 

© Louis G. Wargo; 19May72; DU85695. 

WARRACK, DAVID MICHAEL. 

Oops; A musical revue. 1 v. Two 
acts. © David Warrack; 10Jan72; 
DU83OI9. 



WASHBURN, DERIC. 

Out around moose; original screenplay. 
105 1. © Deric Washburn; 6Jan72; 
DU82294. 

WASHINGTON, ELIZABETH LESLIE. 

The moderate; a one act play. 9 1. 
© Elizabeth Leslie Washington; 
24Mar72; DU83O26 . 



WASHINGTON FILM GROUP, INC. 
IHDE, ALBERT JAMES, JR. 



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WATESt,00 MUSIC CO,j LTD. 

The gift of the sun. See PASCH, 
SILVIO.. 

WATKINS, GORDOM R. 

Tom Gideon and friends. 290 1. 
A screenplay. Appl. states prev. 
reg. igOctTO, DU78397- NM: 
additional text. ® Gordon R. 
Watklns; 6 Jan? 2; DU82222. 

WATSON, HARMON S. 

Carol (e) 97 1. A play. © Harmon S. 

Watson; 17Mar72; DU82935 • 
The middle man. 1 v. A play. 
© Harmon S. Watson; 17Mar72; 
DU82934. 

WAYNE, CLIFF, pseud. See YETTER, C. W. 

WAYNE, HAYDEN. 

H. W. Flesh; the philosophy, poetry 
and dreams of Hayden Wayne. 1 v. 
© Hayden Wayne; l80ct71; C26297. 

WEATHERBY, WILLIAM J. 

Last words; a solo In one act by Wil- 
liam J. Weatherby & Norman Folsom. 
5 1. © Norman Folson & William J. 
Weatherby; 15Mar72; C26609- 

WEAVER, ROBERT A. 

Ace of spades. See HOUCK, JOY 
N., JR. 

WEBER, SONIA. 

Grist to the mill; a play in three 
acts. 1 V. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 19'^5 • NM: revision. © Sonia 
Weber; 17May72; DU836IO. 



WEDDINGTON, MAURICE. 
Penumbra; televlsic 

(<n Manrirp WpddinD 



enumora; T^eievision monolog, 15 1. 
© Maurice Weddington; 8May72; 
DU83506 . 

WEENER, HENRICK N. 

Am I my brother's keeper? I70 1. 
A screenplay. © Henrick N. Weener; 
15May72; DU83582. 

WEGNER, FRED. 

Citizen of the year; a play in two 
acts. 69 1. © Fred Wegner; 
5Apr72; DU83III. 

WEIGOLD, MARILYN E. 

Taped tour of Rye, New York. 25 1. 
Script. © Rye Historical Society; 
28Peb72; C26601. 

WEIL, HENRY. 

Better man; an original western tele- 
vision screenplay. 47 1. © Henry 
Weil; l6Mar72; DU82929 . 

WEILL, CLAUDIA. 

Through the looking glass. See 
BRYAN, AKTOHIA. 

WEILL, KURT. 

Happy end. See FEINGOLD, MICHAEL. 
The little Mahagonny. See FEINGOLD, 
MICHAEL. 

WEINBERGER (JOSEF) LTD. 

Lilac time. See PARK, PHIL. 
Lisa. See HANMER, RONALD. 

WEINER, GLORIA ELLEN. 

Now and then, by G. Ellen, pseud. & 
Bejee Goutell. 4o 1. Screenplay. 
© Gloria Ellen Weiner & Brenda 
Goutell; 5Apr72; DU83162. 

WEINGARTEN, AARON. 

The Dullaghan; an original screenplay. 
106 1. © Aaron Welngarten; 22Jun72; 
DU85996 . 



WEIR, LARRY. 

Hobos' jungle. 1 v. A musical play 
in 2 acts. © Larry Weir; 15Mar72; 
DU83032. 

WEISS, ERNEST RAOUL. 

Morpheus; or. The remarkable Mister 

Smith. A night piece in two acts by 

Ernest Raoul White, pseud. 77 1. 

© Ernest Raoul White; 25May72; 

DU83709. 
Smith; a night piece in three acts by 

Ernest Raoul White, pseud. 130 1. 

© Ernest Raoul White; l6jun72; 

DU83917 . 

WEISS, JIRI. 

Sweet, sweet summer; draft screenplay 
by Jiri Weiss & James Cass Rogers. 
115 1. © James Cass Rogers & Jiri 
Weiss; 23Jun72; DU84008. 

WEISS, PEARL HIAT. 

A Purim rhyme for our time. 2 sheets. 
© Pearl Hiat Weiss; 28Apr72; C26925. 

WEISS, PETER. 

Trotsky in exile; translated by 

Geoffrey Skelton. London, Methuen 
8= Co. 126 p. Two acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 17May71, B671062 
& prev. pub. 12May71. © on transla- 
tion; Geoffrey Skelton; 70ct71; 
DF2l43 . 

WELLMAN, GORDON. 

Make a joyful noise unto the Lord. 
See GREENE, CAROL. 

WELLMAN- OBATA, GORDON, pseud. See 
WELLMAN, GORDON. 

WELLS, AARON 0. 

What you have a right to expect -- 
and not expect -- from your doctor. 
See STEVENS, ROSALIND BLAU. 

WELLS, HENRY W. 

The west chamber. See WANG, SHIH-FU. 



WELLS, HERBERT GEORGE. 
The food of the gods. 
ROBERT JOSEPH. 



See TAORMINA, 



WELLS, ROSS. 

Lonely poison. 1 v. A play. © Ross 
Wells; 4Feb72; DU82526. 

WERBIH, STUART. 

Dirty pictures. See SEGALOFF, 
NATHAN. 

WERDERMANN, WILLIAM A. 

Memoirs of Satan, by servus, pseud. 
5 1. © Wm. A. Werdermann; 23Mar72; 
C26809. 

WERLING, JOAN. See LUND, JOAN WERLIHG. 

WERNER, JEFFREY. 

Zeke ll4; a working treatment by 
Jeff Werner. 105 1. A screenplay. 
© Jeff Werner; 19Jun72; DTJ83928. 

WERTHEIM, ROBERT EDWARD. 

The green room. 35 1- A play. 

© Robert Edward Wertheim; 20Jun72; 
DU839't3- 

WESKER, ARNOLD. 

Des frites, des frites, des frites; 
texte francais de Francois Sommari- 
pas. [Paris] Gallimard. 102 p. 
(Theatre du monde entier) Two acts. 
NM: translation. © on translation; 
15Feb72; DFO-1875. 

WESLEY, RICHARD ERROL. 

Strike heaven on the face; visions 
of a tortured soul. 68 1. A play. 
© Richard Errol Wesley; 7Eeb72; 
DU8253I. 



WESSELMANN, DOUGLAS. 

The adventures of the Ogden Edsl 
Wahalia Blues Ensemble Mondo 
Bizarrio Band. See FRENZER, BILL. 

WESSELY, FRANK L. 

Beverage metering system. I6 1. 

© Frank L. Wessely; 290ct71; C26382. 

WEST, ROBERT DAVIS. 

Mr. Fenton. 32 1. Screenplay. 
© Robert Davis West; 3May72; 
DU83445 . 

WESTERN DISTRICT YOUNG PEOPLE'S UNION. 
Changing faces; a multimedia drama of 
life by WDYPU; edited by Lyle Pre- 
heim & Lauren Friesen. Newton, Kan., 
Faith & Life Press. 1 v. With 
music. © Faith & Life Press; lMar72; 
DP7964 . 

WESTPIELD, JANE. 

A case of communication. 9 1- A play. 
© Jane Westfield; 19Apr72; DU83l46. 

WESTON, FRANK. 

Weed. 112 1. Screenplay. © Frank 
Weston; lJun72; DU83779. 

WESTON, PAUL. 

On the street; talking blues. Sheet. 
© Buddah Music, Inc. & Winterlea 
Music, Ltd.; 17Apr72; 025991. 

WETMORE DECLAMATION BUREAU. 

We speak for America's freedom. See 

CHRISTENSEH, J. A. 
With wings as eagles. See MOSELEY, 
HAZEL. 

WETTLE, JAMES, pseud. See ARDEN, JAMES. 

WHARTON, EDITH. 

The house of mirth. See 
GURNEY, A. R., JR. 

WHEATLEY, WILLIAM THOMAS. 

The surprising uprising; book & lyrics 
by Tom Wheatley, music by Billy Adems 
& Hal Ross. A musical burlesque 
based on Aristophanes' Peace & The 
Lysistrata. 75 1. Two acts. Book 
& lyrics only. NM: revisions. 
© Wm. Tom Wheatley; 10Mar72; DU82872. 

WHITCOMB, JOHN C, JR. 

The divided monarchy — Solomon to the 
exile. 1 V. (Institute of Theologi- 
cal Studies recorded lecture series) 
Twenty-four lectures. © Outreach, 
Inc.; 28Dec71; C25310. 

WHITCOMB, JOYCE A. 

Option; a play in 2 acts by Laurie 
Whltio, pseud. Ill 1. © Joyce A. 
Whitcomb; 3May72; DU83448. 

WHITE BEAR PRODUCTIONS. 

New horizons In music appreciation. 
See SCHICKELE, PETER. 

WHITE, BUKKA. 

Mixed water. 12 1. © Tradition 
Music Co.; 28Apr72; C27074. 



WHITE, DALE. 

Some persons. 32 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Dale White; 15Mar72; DU829l4. 



WHITE, ERNEST RAOUL, pseud. 
WEISS, ERNEST RAOUL. 



See 



WHITE, FREDRICKE GORHAM. 

The price of gold; a play. 56 1. 
Three acts. © Fredrioke Gorhara 
White; 20Mar72; DU82953. 



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WHITE, JOHN H. 

You're gonna miss her; words & music 
by John H. White; manuscript, Alan 
Ganby. Sheet. © Pembroke Music 
Publications; g2Feb72; C26378. 

WHITE, RUTH S. 

The line country. 1 v. A musical 
play. © Ruth S. White d.b.a. 
Rhythms Productions; 29Mar72; 
DU83I36. 
Shape land. 1 v. A musical play. 
© Ruth S. White d.b.a. Rhythms Pro- 
ductions; 29Mar72; DU85135. 

WHITECROSS, IAIN. 

Soul brother is watching you. See 
WALLIN, KATAEINA. 

WHITEMAN, AMRAM. 

The library. 123 1. A play in 3 acts. 

© Araram Whiteman; 15Mar72; DU82917 . 

Wanted: one building. 17 1. A play. 

© Amram Whiteman; 5Jan72; DU82183 . 

WHITING, LEE. 

The mermaid room; a play in three acts. 
1 V. ■© Lee Whiting; l8May72; 
DU8363O . 



WHITLO, LAURIE, pseud. 
WHITCOMB, JOYCE A. 



See 



WHITNEY, ELVTE A. MOOHE. 

The last hostage; an evening experience 
without interruption by El vie Moore. 
49 1. © Elvie Moore Whitney; 
27Mar72; DU83043. 

WHITTAKER, NORMA M. 

Cisco Pike. See NORTON, BILL L. 

THE WHO. 

Tommy; a rock opera. Track Music. 

1 V. Appl. authors: Peter Townshend, 
Christopher Lambert, Keith Moon & 
others. Appl. states prev. reg. 
4Aug69, EP259150 8c 3IJUI69, EP261465- 
261487. NM: script. © Track Music, 
Inc.; 3IJUI69; DP7966. 

WICKSTROM, GORDON M. 

The un-divlne comedy (Nle-boska 

komedia) By Zygmunt Krasinski; in a 
new English version by Gordon M. 
Wickstrom. 72 1. Four parts. NM: 
corrections, revisions, adaptations 
& revisions. © Gordon M. Wickstrom; 
21Jan69; DP79'»9- 

WIENER, MRS. P. H. A. See WIENER, 
SANDRA D. 

WIENER, PAUL H. A. 

Dragons In the kingdom. See WIENER, 

SANDRA D. 
The ratcatcher; a play written by Star, 
pseud, of Sandra D. Wiener; music by 
Lodepa, pseud, of Paul H. A. Wiener. 
1 V. © Mr. & Mrs. P. H. A. Wiener; 
17Dec71; DU82201. 

WIENER, SANDRA D. 

Dragons in the kingdom; script written 

by Star, pseud. Song lyrics written 

by Star & Lodepa, pseud, of Paul H. A. 

Wiener. 17 1- A musical play. 

Book & lyrics only. © Sandra D. 

Wiener; 10Feb72; DU82561. 
The ratcatcher. See WIENER, 

PAUL H. A. 

WILBERT, CHARLES. 

The war on Coot Cottrell. 1 v. A 
play in 3 acts. © Charles Wilbert; 
19Jan72; DU82350. 

WILCOX, NANCY COOKE. 

A kind of justice; a play in two acts. 
65 1. © Nancy C. Wilcox; 8Mar72; 
DU82836 . 



WILDE, OSCAR. 

Canterville. See MARCH DAVID. 
The happy prince. See URBANO, 

ANTHONY R. 
The picture of Dorian Gray. See 
PAYNE, ARTHUR C. 

WILDE, THEA, pseud. See CONAWAY, 
LINDA L. 

WILKIN, LOU, pseud. See LUST, 
GERALDINE. 

WILLABALD PRODUCTIONS. 

The family. See FRIEDMAN, R. M. 
The not so famous memoirs of little 

Johnny Baker. See FRIEDMAN, R. M. 
Skool daze. See FRIEDMAN, R. M. 

WILLETTE, LEO G. 

Cliche clinic. 1 v. Script. © Seven 
Seas Publishers, Inc.; 30Jun72; 
C27516. 

WILLETTE, ROBERT. 

The great plane robbery; an original 
screenplay. 35 1. © Robert 
Willette; l6Peb72; DU82602. 

WILLIAMS, BRYAN. 

No country for old men; a play. 

1 V. Three acts. © Bryan Williams; 
3Mar72; DU82794. 

WILLIAMS, CLARENCE. 

From darkness, to dawn, to light. See 
MANLEY, JUANITA 0. 

WILLIAMS, DAWN G. 

Surely, goodness and light will 
follow me; a play. 23 1. 
© Dawn G. Williams; 2Feb72; 
DU82474 . 

WILLIAMS, DAWN GRAY. 

From small acorns; by Oln Femi Karah, , 

pseud. 18 1 . A play in 4 scenes. 

© Dawn Williams; 7Apr72; DU8318O. 
Next time! 27 1. A play in 3 acts. 

© Dawn Gray Williams; 7Apr72; 

DU83181. 
Unto everything there is a season; 

by Oln Femi Karah, pseud. 21 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Dawn Williams; 

7Apr72; DU83179- 

WILLIAMS, HAROLD. 

With the right seed my plant will 
grow green; a two act drama. 
28 1. © Harold Williams; 3Apr72; 
DU83IIO. 

WILLIAMS, JESSIE M. 

PBX-switchboard telephone training 
techniques. Tape 1-5- 4 1. 
Script. © Jessie M. Williams; 
24jan72; C26371 . 



WILLIAMS, JOE. 

Don't let me catcha, Jody. 
HAELEY, OTIS S. F. , JR. 



See 



WILLIAMS, JUNE VANLEER. 

The face of Job. 1 v. A play In 3 
acts. © June Vanleer Williams; 
20Jan72; DU83944. 

WILLIAMS, KURT, pseud. See 
CORIATY, PETER J. 

WILLIAMS, LAWRENCE VIRGIL. 

The revolution of your mind. IO7 1. 
A screenplay. © Lawrence Virgil 
Williams; 22Feb72; DU82646. 

WILLIAMS, MAXVILLE BURT. 

The Schroonchers . 1st ed . 55 p. 
Three acts . © Maxville Burt 
Williams; 30May72; DP8o43 . 



WILLIAMS, REBECCA. 

Jock rook -- cock rock blues. 3 p. 
© Rebecca Williams; 12Apr72; C26946. 

WILLIAMS, ROBERT. 

The Emperor's new clothes; a musical 
adaptation. 1 v. Two acts. 
© Robert Williams; 21Mar72; DU828OI. 

WILLIAMS, TENNESSEE. 

The theatre of Tennessee V/illlams . 
Vol.4: Sweet bird of youth; Period 
of adjustment; The night of the 
iguana. New York, New Directions 
Books. 376 p. NM: compilation & 
editorial revision. © Tennessee 
Williams; 20Apr72; A340562. 
Summer and smoke. See HOIBY, LEE. 

WILLIAMS, THOMAS LANIER. See WILLIAl^lS, 
TENNESSEE. 

WILLIAMSON, JAMES RALPH. 

The Oregon Trail. 90 1. A play in 
2 acts. © James Ralph VJilliamsonj 
20Apr72; DU8319O. 

WILLIS, JAMES C. 

Grendel and Beowulf; a play. 48 1. 
Two acts. © James C. Willis; 
9Jun72; DU83852. 

WILLNER, A. M. 

Lilac time. See PARK, PHIL. 

La rondine. See PUCCINI, GIACOMO. 

WILLSOK, A. LESLIE. 

Max. See GRASSj GUEKTER. 



WILSON, ALICE T. 

How an American poet made money in the 
stock market; original story & 
screenplay." 30 1. ® Alice T. 
Wilson; 3Jan72; Du82l43 . 

WILSON, BASIL WRIGLEY. 

A Christmas cor(r)al, by Silab Sinlow, 
pseud.; with apologies to Clement C. 
Moore. 2 1. © Basil Wrigley Wilson; 
23Feb72; C26586. 
Delight before Christmas, by Silab 
Sinlow, pseud.; with apologies to 
Clement C. Moore. 3 1. © Basil 
Wrigley Wilson; 23FBb72; C26587. 
The impact of ecological systems on 
technological development. 12 1. 
Speech. © Basil Wrigley Wilson; 
23Feb72; C26588. 

WILSON, ERICA. 

Erica, a series of television lectures 
on crewel embroidery. Programs 
1-26. 1 v. © Erica Wilson & WGBH 
Educational Foundation; 7Apr72; 
C268g4 . 

WILSON, JAMES A., III. 

Please - please - be true, please - 
please - be you. Sheet. © James A. 
Wilson III; 8Feb72; C26491. 



WILSON, LANFORD. 
Summer and smoke. 



See HOIBY, LEE. 



WILSON, ROBERT H. 

Vardon and Ray are waiting; a fiction- 
al account of the 1913 open. 80 1. 
Screenplay. ® Robert H. Wilson; 
6Mar72; DU828o8. 

WILSON, ROBERT M. 

The soda pop; a comedy in three acts. 
93 1. © Robert M. Wilson; 13Mar72; 
DU82920. 



WIMILLE, FRANCOIS. 

Les vetements de mer. 
CATHERINE . 



See BREILLAT, 



WINDAU, KRISTIN B. J. 

He came to die. 56 1. A play in 
3 scenes. © Kristin B. J. Windau; 
19May72; DU83675. 



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WINGATE, GIFFORD W. 

Border crossing; or, Mr. Smallberg 
heads them off at the pass. 
Book & lyrics by Gifford W. Wingate, 
music by Robert R. Smith, Jr. 
48 1. A play in 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Gifford W. Wingate; 
3 Feb? 2; DU82512. 



WINIEWICZ, LIDA. 

Frauen fuerchtet Frauen. 
MIDDLETON, THOMAS. 



See 



WINKLER, ANTHONY C. 

Miss Sue. 66 1. Three acts. 
© Anthony C. Winkler; 25Feb72; 
DPT 976. 

WINSBURY, VEGA NOELLEKE REA . 
H. M. patients; or. Dr. Mac. 
Music, lyrics & libretto by 
Murray Elliott Kelly & Vega N. 
Rea Winsbury. 1 v. A play in k 
acts . © Vesa Noellene Winsbury; 
23Apr71; DU82848. 

WINTERLEA MUSIC, LTD. 

On the street. See WESTON, PAUL. 

WISBERG, AUBREY. 

The eighth day of the week; original 

screenplay. 127 1. © Aubrey 

Wisberg; llApr72; DU83216. 
A quiet place by the sea; a play in 3 

acts. 1 V. © Aubrey Wisberg; 

15Feb72; DU82598. 
Second floor front; a play in three 

acts. 1 V. © Aubrey Wisberg; 

29Jun72; DU84o45. 

WISE, JOHN D. 

Musing; a two-minute film. 4 1. 

Script. © John D. Wise; 21Mar72; 

DU8298I . 
The visitor; a three-minute film. 

13 1. Script. © John D. Wise; 

21Mar72; ■du82982. 

WISPER, MICHAEL B. 

The ideal husband; a teleplay. 25 1. 
(Night gallery) © Michael B. Wisper; 
l4Feb72; DU82592. 

WISWELL, THOMAS GERARD. 

Alvira Tira's looking book. 48 1. 
A musical play in 2 acts. Book & 
lyrics. only. ©Thomas Gerard 
Wiswell; 20Jun72; DU8395I. 
The c leeching bong. 4? 1. A play. 
© Thomas Gerard Wiswell; 20Jun72; 
DU83952 ■ 
Darling, who's that rocking? 10 1. 
A play. © Thomas Gerard Wiswell; 
20Jun72; DU83954. 
Goth. 25 1. A play. © Thomas 
Gerard Wiswell; 20Jun72; DU83953 . 



WITTENBERG, CORRIKE. 
Libel in the Bible. 
SARA LEE. 



See LEVIN, 



WITTMAYER, JOHN. 

An unwatched rock; a two act play. 
44 1. © John Wittmayer; lDMar72; 
DU82859. 

WIIWATERSRAND UNIVERSITY PRESS. 

The fight at Finns burgh. See MANSON, 
BARLEY WILLIAM DANIEL. 

WIZIKA, JOSEF. 

Splrale; an opera In three acts by 
Josef Detzer; original score by 
Josef Wizina in collaboration with 
Manuel M. Cabral; based in part on 
thematic material by Josef Detzer. 
Philadelphia, Peter J. Wicks. 312p. 
German. © Manuel M. Cabral; 21Apr71; 
DP7897 . 

WODE, EDWARD E. 

The Last Supper, by Ed Wode. 87 1. 
A musical play. Book & lyrics only. 
© Edward E. Wode; 6Apr72; DU82992. 



WOLFF, RUTH. 

Armed love. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Ruth Wolff; 7Jun72; DU83828. 

WOLFGANG, pseud. See DANIELS, CHARLES. 

WOLLY, MICHAEL STEPHEN. 

Television parody routine. 11 1. 
Script. © Michael Stephen Wolly; 
17Feb72; C26560. 

WOLMAN, BENJAMIN BINEM. 

The man on the cross. 94 1. A musical 
play in 3 acts. Book S: lyrics only. 
© Benjamin Binem Wolman; 13Mar72; 
DU82683 . 

WONG, ELEANORA OWYANG. 

Gung hay fat choy; a puppet show. 
1 V. Three acts. © Eleanora 
Owyang Wong; 12Jan72; DU82277 • 

WOOD, G. JAMES. 

The story of the 43 gifts; a four-act 
educational play. Wayne University. 
18 p. © G. James Wood; 24Apr72; 
DP8017 . 

WOOD, JAMES DAVTD. 

Come with me; an original screenplay. 
54 1. © James David Wood; 13Apr72; 
DU83232. 

WOOD, LEON J. 

The Book of Job. 1 v. (Institute of 
Theological Studies recorded lecture 
series) Twenty-four lectures. 
© Outreach, Inc.; 28Dec71; C26306. 

WOOD, SMITH ECKLE. 

Crow before dawn. 54 1 . A play. 

© Smith Eckle Wood; 12Jun72; DU83867. 
The Devil and Santa Claus . l4 1. 

A play. © Smith Eckle Wood; 12Jun72; 

DU83865 . 

WOOD, WILLIAM H. 

The Voltemand report, by Bill Wood. 
80 1. A play. © William H. Wood; 
lMay72; DU83424. 

WOOD, WILLIAM JAMES. 

He lost his millions. 12 1. A play 
in 3 acts. © William James Wood; 
17 Apr? 2; DU83254. 

WOODEN, LORENTHO. 

How can individual or small-group 
participation influence long-range, 
large-scale decisions. See 
INSTITUTE FOR RELIGIOUS & SOCIAL 
STUDIES. 

WOODWARD, LUCY L. 

Who am I? 23 1. A play. © Lucy L. 
Woodward; l6May72; DU83586. 

WOOLSEY, THOMAS J., JR. 

A tale of two people; original screen- 
play. Final draft, Apr. 2?, 19?2. 
100 1. © Thomas J. Woolsey, Jr.; 
25May?2; DU83715 ■ 

WOON, BASIL DILLON. 

Mr. Mystery (Who's me?) A comedy- 
drama in 2 acts & 4 scenes. 1 v. 
© Basil Dillon Woon; 20Mar?2; 
DU32955 . 

WORCESTER, LAWRENCE G. 

The pleasure of her company; a comedy 
in three acts. 48 p. Appl . states 
prev. reg. 4Dec5?, DU45990. NM: 
revision & additions. © Lawrence G. 
Worcester; 5Jan72; DU82178. 

WORFEL, CYUTHIA JEAN. 

Acorn Manor. See MACDOHALD, MARTHA 
LYHM. 

WORTHINGTON, GLENN. 

Trust your fellow smuggler. 1 v. 
A screenplay. © Glenn Worthington; 
22Feb72; DU82651. 



Worry, the easy route to insanity. 
51. A play. © Glenn Worthington; 
26Jun?2; DU84012. 

WOSTER, CAROL. 

Value in light and dark. 1 v. A musi- 
cal play in 2 acts. Book only. 
© Carol Woster; 29Jun72; DU83908. 

WYATT, ROLAND. 

Correction of some vocal problems 
unique to Oriental, Black and 
Latin American voices; an address 
before American Choral Directors 
Assn. meeting. 1 v. ® Roland 
Wyatt; 9May72; C2?06?. 

WYCKOFF, ROBERT C. 

Twisted history. 14 1. A television 
play. in 6 scenes. © Robert C. 
Wyckoff; 10Apr?2; DU83197 . 

WYDALLIS, STANLEY. 

Welcome! A play in three acts by Stan 
Wydallis. 104 1. © Stanley Wydal- 
lis; 6jun72; DU83816. 

WYMAN, DAN. 

The Abskalapsa tree; by Dan Wyman & 
P. Bergren; music by Dan Wyman. 
2 v. A musical play. © Parasound, 
Inc.; 27Dec?l; DU82208. 

WYSKIEL, DONNA. 

Margate Village. 43 1. A play in 3 
acts. © Donna Wyskiel; 5Jul72; 
DU83906 . 



Y 



YACCO, RICHARD A. 

Some men are islands; screenplay. 
86 1. © Richard A. Yacco; 23Jun?2; 
DU84004. 

YAMAOKA, MIA. 

You don't have to be having fun to 

enjoy our beer. Sheet. A television 
commercial in 2 scenes. © Mia 
Yamaoka; 19Jun?2; DU83938. 

YANKOWITZ, SUSAN. 

Up. See GUKN, GWENDOLYN. 

YARBRO, CHELSEA QUINN, pseud. See 
SIMPSON, KARIN F. E. 

YEAH, INC. 

Dear Mlstuh P. See VAN PEEBLES, 
MELVIN. 

YESHURUN, ISAAC. 

The terrorist; or. Black September. 
Motion picture shooting script. 
129 1. Hebrew. © Isaac Yeshurun; 
24jan?2; DU82389. 

YETTER, C. W. 

The British are coming; by Cliff Wayne, 
pseud. 1 V. Radio script. © C. W. 
Yetter; 2?Jun?2; C2?304 . 

YETTER, CLIFF WAYNE. 

The British are coming I 1 v. Script. 
© Film House Oregon, Inc.; 22May?2; 
C27188. 

YETTER, FRANCIS J. 

A new church for a new nation; a 
pageant honoring Francis Asbury, 
31 1. © F. J. Yetter; 23Feb72; 
DU82687 . 

YIH, SHIRLEY A. 

Les bijoux (The jewels) Script by 
S. Yih & M. Kincaid. 6 1. A play. 
Based on a story by Guy de Maupas- 
sant. English. © Shirley A. Yih S: 
Mary E. Kincaid; l4Apr72; DU83238. 



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YOCKEY, ROSS P. 

In a pig's eye; screenplay. 9^ ^' 
©Ross P. Yockey; 28JanT2; DU82443 . 

YOUNG, ALFRED GREGORY. 

Triple fake, by Alfred Gregory Young 
& Michael Carlyle Mltzell. 71 1. 
Screenplay. © Alfred Gregory Young 
«■ Michael Carlyle Mitzell; 24jan72: 
DU82384 . 

YOUMG, ASTON S. 

Sheet. See EPSTEIN, ROBERT J. 

YOUNG, BENEDICT, pseud. See 
BISCOGLIO, BENEDICT S. 

YOUNG, CLARENCE, III. 

The system; musical. 1 v. A play. 
Appl. states prev. reg. DUTgS'H. 
NM: musical adaptation & additions, 
© Clarence Young III; 2Mar72; 
DU8257O. 

YOUNG, DONALD JORDEN. 

Future shock. 21 1 . A play. 

© Donald J. Young; 22Mar72; DU83OOO. 

The last hour of the day. 6 1. 
A play. © Donald Jorden Young; 
22Mar72; DU82999. 

YOUNG, ROGER K. 

Nothing bothers me; an original musical 
comedy in two acts; book & lyrics by 
Donald F. Fitzsimmons, music by 
Roger K. Young. 1 v. © Donald F. 
Fitzsimmons; 13Mar72; DU82874. 

YOURCENAR, MARGUERITE. 

Electre; ou. La chute des masques. 

Theatre. Paris, Plon. 13k p. 

© Librarie Plon; 50Jun54; DF2136 . 
Le mystere d'Alceste; suivi de Qui 

n'a pas son Minotaure? Theatre. 

Paris, Plon. 277 p. © Libralrie 

Plon; 30Jun63; DF2137 . 



ZACHOW, ARNOLD A. 

How the bioplasmic body is affected at 
birth, by solar, planetary and deep- 
space radiation. 9 1. Lecture. 
© Arnold A. Zachow; 26May72; C27263. 
Linear gravity Gj^, the force-charge 
of isotropic space. Rev. Feb. 1, 
1972. 1 V. Appl. states prev. reg. 
l4Apr58, A33305I. © Arnold A. 
Zachow; 5Mar72; C26657 . 

ZAGOREN, MARC ALAN. 

Chasing rainbows; a screenplay. 
© Marc Alan Zagoren; 20Apr72; 
DU83302 . 

ZAHL, JAGNA. 

The great fish. 5 1. A play. 
© Jagna Zahl; 12Jun72; DU8386I . 

ZAKSENBERG, SHALOM. 

The marksman's daughter; an original 
one-act play for stage or television. 
27 1. © Shalom Zaksenberg; l8jan72; 
DU82315. 
Samson and Delilah; an original one- 
act play for stage or television. 
25 1. © Shalom Zaksenberg; l8jan72; 
DU82314 . 

ZAMBONI, G. A. 

A series of science addresses featuring 
the phenomenal world of radiation. 
10 v. © G. A. Zamboni d.b.a. Educa- 
tional Institute Press; 25Apr72; 
C26913 . 



ZAMPINO, ROBERT A. 

Deja-vu; an original screenplay by Bob 
Zampino & Ron Walsh. Rev. Mar. 1972. 
l46 1. ® Zarapino-Walsh Pictures, 
Inc.; l8Apr72; DU83279. 

ZAMPINO-WALSH PICTURES, INC. 

Deja-vu. See ZAMPINO, ROBERT A. 

ZAWKEL, HARRY T. 

I was present at Mount Tabor; or, Mary 
Magdalene's account of the Trans- 
figuration. 27 1. A play in 2 
scenes. © Harry T. Zankel; 22Nov71; 
DU82135 . 

ZANNIERI, MARIA. 

Everything you always wanted to know 
about David Cassidy; a lecture. 
30 1. © Superstar Records, a divi- 
sion of Creative Giants, Inc.; 
9Jun72; C27255. 

ZAPOR, JOHN RANDOLPH. 

Mister Jordan; a play in one-act. 
32 1. © John Randolph Zapor; 
3Jan72; DU82l40. 
They burned the church while I was 
gone; a play. 93 1 . © John 
Randolph Zapor; 8Mar72: DU82838. 

ZARCONE, ROBERT P. 

Three card flush; a play in one act. 
20 1. © Robert P. Zarcone; 
8May72; DU83494. 

Z AS LOVE, ARHE. 

The magical marriage of the miser's 
maiden. See DUEKEE, NORMAN E. 

ZAWATSKY, STANLEY. 

Friends revisited; an original one-act 
play. 11 1. ® Stanley Zawatsky; 
8jun72; DU83844 . 

ZEDER, SUZAN L. 

This is a recording. 3d draft. 
Mar. 1972. 19 1. A play. 
© Suzan L. Zeder; 17Apr72; DU83256. 
Wiley and the hairy man. 5th draft. 
May 1972. 55 1. A musical play 
in 8 scenes. Based" on The hairy 
man, by Jack Stokes. Book & lyrics 
only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
6Apr70, DU76824. NM: dramatization. 
© Suzan L. Zeder; 23Jun72; DU84005 . 

ZEPTEL, MITCHELL. 

Yesterday in Kymylia; a play. l44 1. 
Ten scenes. © Mitchell Zeftel; 
22Jun72; DU83991 . 

ZEIDELMAN, CLAIRE. 

The buxom bride; a marionette play in 
three acts based on the story The 
pine tree shillings, by Nathaniel 
Hawthorne. I5 1. © Claire Zeldel- 
man; 2Feb72; DU82487 . 

Carmencita; a play based on the opera 
Carmen. 15 1. Four act marionette 
play. © Claire Zeidelman; 2Feb72; 
DU82494 . 

A Christmas carol; a play adapted 
from the story by Charles Dickens. 
24 1. Four acts. © Claire Zeidel- 
man; 2Peb72; DU82492. 

Ichabod Crane; a play based on the 
story Legend of Sleepy Hollow, by 
Washington Irving. 22 1. Three 
act marionette play. © Claire 
Zeidelman; 2Feb72; DU82491. 

In a Persian market; a play based on 
the story. 9 1. One act. 
© Claire Zeidelman; 2Feb72; 
DU82495. 

The man without a country; a play 
based on the story by Edward 
Everett Hale. 10 1. Three act play 
marionette play. © Claire Zeidel- 
man; 2Feb72; DU824go. 



The Number^ stove; a play adapted 

from the story by Louise de la 

Ramee. 19 1. Three acts. 

© Claire Zeidelman; 2Feb72; DU82489. 
Old King Cole; a play based on the 

song by the same name. 10 1. Two 

acts. © Claire Zeidelman; 2Feb72; 

DU82486. 
Peer Gynt; a play based on the play 

by Henrik Ibsen, also on music by 

Grieg. 19 1. Three acts. Book 

only. © Claire Zeidelman; 2Feb72; 

DU82493 . 
William Tell; a play based on stories 

of William Tell; music by Grieg. 

13 1. Four act marionette play. 

Book only. © Claire Zeidelman; 

2Feb72; DU82488. 

ZEISSLER, PAUL ROBERT. 

No. 3- 12 1. A play. © Paul Zeissler; 
10Mar72; DU82851. 

ZIEGLER, BETTE. 

But what if tomorrow comes? 62 1. 
A play. © Bette Ziegler; 25Apr72; 
DU83348. 
Second chance; a play in one act. 34 
1. © Bette Ziegler; 31Jan72; 
DU82448. 

ZIEGLER, BETTE J . 

The guest; a play in one act. 28 1. 
© Bette J. Ziegler; 10Feb72; DU82321. 

ZIGLAR, ZIG. 

Today: the first day of the rest of 
your life, 17 1. Lecture. © Ameri- 
can Salesmasters, Ltd.; lMay72; 
C27149. 

ZIMMARO, JOHN F. 

The excursion. 5 1. © John F. 
Zimmaro; 21Apr72; DP7989, 

ZIOGHAS, VASSILIS, 

Nuptials; a play in two acts. 94 1. 
© Vassilis Zioghas; 17May72; 
DU836O2 , 

ZIOMEK, HENRYK, 

La batalla del honor. See VEGA 
CARPIO, LOPE FELI.X DE, 

ZIPES, JACK, 

The Dra-Dra. See BIERMAN, WOLF. 
Voices. See LIND, JAKOV. 

ZOUBEK, CHARLES E. 

Dictation tapes for Gregg shorthand, 
individual progress method. See 
LESLIE, LOUIS A. 

Presentation tapes for Gregg short- 
hand, individual progress method. 
See LESLIE, LOUIS A. 

ZUBRYD, FRANCES. 

A possible future for Union Theologi- 
cal Seminary. 13 1. © Frances 
Zubryd; 24Feb72; C26593 , 

ZUCKERMAN, BEN. 

Kuhlkulli, by Ben & Phyllis Zuckerman. 
1 V. Screenplay. © Ben S- Phyllis 
Zuckerman; 25Apr72; DU83346. 

ZUCKERMAN, PHYLLIS. 

Kuhlkulli. See ZUCKERMAN, BEN. 

ZWETTLER, LEA H. 

A meeting of minds. 20 1. A play. 
© Lea H. Zwettler; 22Feb72; DU82699. 

ZYBACH, BOB. 

The hobbit; an opera. 1 v. Five . 
scenes. Libretto. NM: dramatico- 
musical Interpretation of J. R. R. 
Tolkien's novel. © Bob Zybach; 
23Feb72; DU82688. 



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A list of dramas and works prepared for oral delivery for which renewal registrations 
were made during the period covered by this issue. Arrangement is alphabetical 
under the name of the author or under the title. Information relating to both the 
original and renewal registration is included in each entry. References from the 
names of contributing authors, claimants, and from variant forms of names are 
interfiled. 



A 



See HUNTOR, 



ALBERT, LOUIS, pseud. 
ALBERT LOUIS. 



ANDERSON, ALAN. 

A girl from Lorraine. See ANDERSON, 
MAXWELL. 

ANDERSON, GILDA OAKLEAF. 

A girl from Lorraine. See ANDERSON, 
MAXWELL. 



ANDERSON, HESPER. 

A girl from Lorraine. 
MAXWELL. 



See ANDERSON, 



ANDERSON, MAXWELL. 

A girl from Lorraine; a play in 2 acts. 
© 21Apr45; D93177. Gllda Anderson 
(W) , Alan Anderson, Terence Ander- 
son, Quentin Anderson & Hesper Ander- 
son (C); 25Apr72; R527511- 



ANDERSON, ftUEKTIN. 

A girl from Lorraine. 
MAXWELL. 



ANDERSON, TERENCE. 
A girl from Lorraine. 
MAXWELL. 



See ANDERSON, 



See ANDERSON, 



AUBER, DANIEL FRANCOIS ESPRIT. 

Fra Dlavolo; by Eugene Scribe; Edward 
J. Dent, author of English version; 
Daniel Francois Esprit Auber, com- 
poser. Text only. © 22Jun44; 
DFIO66. Lloyds Bank, Ltd.; 22May72; 
R529421. 



B 



BAKBEE, LINDSEY. 

Campus deadline; a comedy in 5 acts 
for all women. © lSep44; D90578. 
Penn Play Co.; 8Mar72; R528ll4. 

BARNEY, GRACE, pseud. See BR>UN, 
WILBUR . 

BATTU, L. 

The tales of vertigo. See ROYLE, 
JOSEPHINE FETTER. 



BEATTIE . 

Gold for Maximilian. See THE LONE 

RANGER. No.l7't5-965. 
Ned Tyson's destiny. See THE LONE 

RANGER. No. 1795-1015. 
For other works by Beattie See THE 
GREEN HORNET. No. 657, 659-666, 

668, 669, 671-67't, 676, 677 & 679. 

BEITH, HELEN MARGAEET. 

A flat and A sharp. See BEITH, JOHN 
HAY. 

BEITH, JOHN HAY. 

A flat and A sharp; a domestic compli- 
cation in one act by Ian Hay, pseud. 
(French's acting edition) © 31Dec44; 
D92789. Helen Margaret Beith (W); 
5Mar72; R524697. 

BEENAUER, EMMERICH JOSEF. 

Blue dahlias. See DRYWATEH, NATALIE, 
pseud. 

BESTEB, ALFRED. 

For works by Alfred Bester See 
THE SHADOW. 

BISHOP, JOE. 

Satan says no. See CARR, LEON. 

BLOCKI, FRITZ. 

For works by Fritz Blocki See CHICK 
CARTER, BOY DETECTIVE. No.363-!Hlt, 
!+6l, !t65-!l77. 

BOEN, ROSELLA LEE LEWIS. 

Who stole the tarts. See WALLACE, 
MAUDE ORITA. 



BOULETTE . 

Blabbermouth. 
No. 667. 



See THE GREEN HORNET. 



BOULETTE. See BOULETTE, LEO. 

BOULETTE, LEO. 

For works by Leo Boulette See THE 
LONE RANGER. 

HRAMMEE, JULIUS. 

Bozena. See GRUENWAID, ALFRED. 

BRAMMER, ROSEMARIE. 

Bozena. See GRUENWALD, ALFRED. 

BRAUN, WILBUR. 

When Janie comes marching home; a 
happy hearty comedy in 3 acts. 
® JODecltlt; Dg^tSOl. Samuel French, 
inc. (PWH); 10jan72; R520907. 



You ain't heard the half of it; a 
bright and merry comedy for an all 
female cast in 1 act. By Grace . 
Barney, pseud. © 29Dec44; D94499. 
Samuel French, Inc. (PWH); 10Jan72; 
R5 20906. 
You can't always sometimes tell; a 

brisk & beguiling farce in 3 acts 

by Jack Smart, pseud. © 8Feb45; 

D945OO. Samuel French, Inc. (PWH); 

22Feb72; R525569. 

BRITTEN, BENJAMIN. 

Peter Grimes. See SLATER, MONTAGU. 

BROWN, HARRY. 

A sound of hunting; a play in 3 acts. 
© 17Mar'i5; D92745. Harry Brown 
(A); 23Mar72; R528649. 



BULLOCK, WALTER. 
Do not distrub. 
SYLVIA REGAN. 



See ELLSTEIN, 



BURKHARD, PAUL. 

Casanova in der Schweiz; abenteuer in 
fuenf Bildern von Richard Schweizer. 
Musik von Paul Burkhard. Klavier- 
auszug mit Gesang. © 21Jul44; 
D14711. Paul Burkhard (A); 20Jun72; 
R530739. 



CALDWELL, JOHN HOWARD. 

Once over lightley; a new musical 
comedy in two acts. © 29Mar44; 
D7632I. John Howard Caldwell (A); 
21Apr72; R527498. 

CAMPBELL, ESTHER MCCRACKEN. 

Living room; a comedy in three acts. 
By Esther MoCracken. © 260ct44; 
DI836I. Mungo Campbell (Wr) ; 
10Jan72; R520909- 
No medals; play in 3 acts. By 
Esther McCracken. © 6jan!t5; 
D91829. Mungo Campbell (Wr) ; 
17Feb72; R523233. 

CAMPBELL, MUNGO. 

Living room. See CAMPBELL, ESTHER 

MCCRACKEN . 
No medals. See CAMPBELL, ESTHER 
MCCRACKEN. 



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CAMUS, ALBERT. 

Le malentendu; piece en 3 actes. 
Caligula; piece en 4 actes. 
® ISOctW; D954l8. Franclne Faure 
Camus (W); 2Nov71; R515991. 

CAMUS, FRANCINE PAURE. 

Le malentendu. See CAMUS, ALBERT. 

CARE, LEON. 

Out of this world. See HAYWARD, 

JOYCE. 
Satan says no; musical farce. Book by 
Leo Corday & L. Carr; lyrics, Leo 
Corday; music by L. Carr & Joe Bish- 
op. © 21Jun45; D76424. Leon Carr 
(A); 22Jun72; R550668 . 

CARROLL, ANNIE JOSEPHIKE. 

Old foolishness. See CARROLL, PAUL 
VINCENT. 



Shadow and substance. 
PAUL VINCENT. 



See CARROLL, 



CARROLL, PAUL VINCENT. 

Old foolishness; a play in 5 acts. 

(French's acting edition) © 25Sep44; 
D91102. Annie Josephine Carroll (C); 
3Mar72; R524695. 

Shadow and substance; a play in 4 acts. 
(French's acting edition) © 6Nov44; 
D92793. Annie Josephine Carroll (C); 
3Mar72; R524699. 

CARTER, I''. A. 

Haywire Shakespc-arj . © 51Dec44; 

b92790. F. A. Garter (A); 10Jan72; 
R520904 . 

CARY, FALKLAND L. 

Candled peel; a comedy drama in 3 
acts. © 30Dec44; D94507 . Falkland 
L. Cary (A); 10Jan72; R52O908. 

CHAIS, PAMELA. 

For keeps. See HERBERT, F. HUGH. 
You'll never know. See HERBERT, F. 
HUGH. 



CHEVIGNY, HECTOR. 

The Jekyll-Hyde murders . 
THE SHADOW. 



See 



CHICK CARTER, BOY DETECTIVE; scripts by 
various authors. © Conde Nast Publi- 
cations, Inc. (PWH) 
No. 
563-375. By Fritz Blocki. © 12Dec44; 

D91597-91609. 5Jan72; R520485- 

520487, 520524, 520488-5 20494, 

520467-520468. 
376-380. By Fritz Blocki. © 27Dec44; 

D9l471-917^5. 5Jan72; R520474- 

520478. 
381. By Fritz Blocki. © 27Dec44; 
D91746. l4Feb72; R522246. 

382-386. By Fritz Blocki. ® 27Deo44; 
091747-91751. 5Jan72; R520479- 
520483. 

387-397. By Fritz Blocki. 

© llJan45; D91930-91940. lFeb72; 

R522215- 522225. 
397. Revisions by Fritz Blocki. 

© 19Jan45; D92185. lPeb72; 

R522234 . 
398-403. By Fritz Blocki. 

© 19Jan45; D92O58-92063 . lFeb72; 

R522228- 522233. 
4o4-4lO. By Fritz Blocki. 

© 31Jan45; D92198-92204. lFeb72; 

R522239-522245. 

4ll-4l4. By Fritz Blocki. © 8Feb45; 
D92308-923II . lMar72; R524432- 
524435. 

415. By Edward Langley. © 8Feb45; 

D92312. lMar72; R524436. 
416-424. By Edward Langley. 

© 21Feb45; D924l0-924l8. lMar72; 

R524440-524448. 
425-434. By Edward Langley. 

© 8Mar45; DU9265I-9266O. 31Mar72; 

R526105-526114. 



't35-'*37. By Edward Langley. 

© 20Mar45; DU92849-9285I. © 31Mar72; 
R526094-526096. 

k3Q-kkk. By Edward Langley. 

© 20Mar!).5; DU92852-92858. 31Mar72; 
R526097-526103. 

445-450. By Edward Langley. 

© 28Mar45; DU92904-92909. 31Mar72; 

R525087 -526092. 
451-455. By Edward Langley. © 5Apr45; 

D9295t. 92956-92959. lMay72; R528297j 

528299-528302. 
456-460. By Edward Langley. 

© l8Apr45; D93162-92166 . lMay72; 

R5283O6-5283IO. 

46l. By Fritz Blocki. © l8Apr45; 
D93615. lMay72; R528319. 

462-464. By Edward Langley 

© l8Apr45; D93167-93168, 93616. 
lMay72; R52831I-528312, 528320. 

465-469. By Fritz Blocki. 

© 24Apr45; D93217-93221 . lMay72; 
R528314-528318. 

470-477. By Fritz Blocki. © 5May45; 
D933 59-93366. lJun72; R530140- 
530147 . 
478. By Charles Schenck, Jr. 

© 5May45; D93367. lJun72; R530123. 
479-480. By Charles Schenck, Jr. 
© l6May45; D935^3-935^'^■ lJun72; 
R530126- 530127. 
48l. By Charles Schenck, Jr. 
© l6May45; D93525. 30Jun72; 
R531177 . 

482-484. By Charles Schenck, Jr. 

© l6May45; D93526-93528. lJun72; 

R530128- 530130. 
485-'t89. By Charles Schenck, Jr. 

© 23May45; D93643-93647 . lJun72; 

R530134, 530148, 530135-530137. 
490-494. By Charles Schenck, Jr. 

© 30May45; D93673-93677 . lJun72; 

R530I38-53OI39, 530106-530108. 

CHODOROV, EDWARD. 

Common ground. © 21Feb45 ; D92403 . 
Edward Chodorov (A); 22Feb72; 
R5 23566. 



CHOWN, PATRICIA. 

Masks; a play in one act. © 30May45; 
D945O6. Patricia Chown (A); 8jun72; 
R53056I. 



CHRISTIE, AGATHA. 
Peril at end house, 
ARNOLD. 



See RIDLEY, 



CLAUDY, CARL H. 

He which is accused; a Masonic play 
in one act. © l6Sep44; D9O9O2. 
Carl H. Claudy, Jr. (C); 12May72; 
R528908. 

CLAUDY, CARL H. , JR. 

He which is accused. See CLAUDY, 
CARL H. 

CLEiyiENTS, COLIN. 

Spring green. See CLEMENTS, 

FLORENCE RYERSON . 
Strange bedfellows. See CLEMENTS, 
FLORENCE RYERSON. 

CLEMENTS, FLORENCE RYERSON. 

Spring green; a comedy in 3 acts by 
Florence Ryerson & Colin Clements. 
© I60ct44; D9155O. Hal Ryerson (C) ; 
3Nov71; R516010. 

Strange bedfellows; a comedy in 3 acts 
by Florence Ryerson & Colin Clements . 
© 9Jan45; D91863. Hal Ryerson (C of 
Florence Ryerson Clements); 17Feb72; 
R5 23234. 

COCHRAN, JOSEPH. 

The invisible alibi. See THE 
SHADOW. 



COLES, STEDMAH. 

The disappearing corpse. See THE 
SHADOW. 

The ghost on horseback. See THF 

SHADOW. 
Lucifer has a plan. See THE 
SHADOW. 

CONE, MARION LEDOUX THORNTON. 

Who stole the sheep? A Mother Goose 
romance in 4 acts. © 28Feb45; 
D925I3 . Marion LeDoux Thornton Cone 
(A); 25May72; R529847. 

CORDAY, LEO. 

Satan Says no. See CARR, LEON. 

COSTELLO, DONA BELLE. 

Old Virginia moon; by Mary A. Costello, 
pseud. © 26jun44; D89459. Dona B. 
Costello (A); 26jun72; R531502. 

COSTELLO, MARY A., pseud. See COSTELLO, 
DONA BELLE. 

CUHRAM, HOMER. 

Song of Norway. See LAZARUS, MILTON. 



D 



DAVIS, LUTHER. 

Uncle Sugar; a play in 3 acts based on 
Frederic Wakeman's novel Shore leave. 
© 14nov44; D91234. Luther Davis (A); 
10May42; R528431. 

DEARDEN, ANN. 

Birdcage. See HAEWOOD, FRYBEWYD 
TENNYSON JESSE. 

DEARDEN, HAROLD. 

Birdcage, See HARWOOD, FRYNEWYD 
TENNYSON JESSE. 

DELMAR, VINA. 

The rich full life; a play in 3 acts. 
© 28Mar45; D92862. Vina Delmar 
(A); 30Mar72; R526184. 

DENT, EDWARD J. 

Fra Diavolo. See AUBER, DANIEL 

FRANCOIS ESPRIT. 
La traviata. See VERDI, GIUSEPPE. 

DEVAL, JACQUES. 

Oh, brother! © lApr45; D92898. 

Jacques Deval (A); 4Apr72; R5266o4. 

DINSMORE, HERMAN HENRY. 

Off the record; a play in three acts 
by Herman Henry Dinsmore & Edwin 
Ezra Gordon. © 28Mar45; D92934. 
Herman Henry Dinsmore (A); l8Apr72; 
E5e596o . 

DRAMA GUILD PUBLISHERS. 

Her emergency husband. See TOBIAS, 

JAY. 
The pest guest. See TOBIAS, JAY. 
You'll die laughing. See TOBIAS, JAY. 

DRYWATER, NATALIE, pseud. 

Blue dahlias; a comedy by Natalie Dry- 
water, pseud, of Emmerich Joseph 
Bernauer & Ferdinand Friedrlch Wll- 
helra Kahn. © 24Mar44; D88449. 
Emery Josef Bernauer (A); 15Mar72; 
R524868. 



E 



EASTMAN, ARTHUR M. 

A man's monument. See EASTMAN, FRED. 

EASTMAN, FRED. 

A man's monument; a play in one act. 
© 27Nov44; D588. Arthur M. Eastman 
Richard M. Eastman (C); l4Feb72; 
R523232. 



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EASTMAN, RICHARD M. 

A man's monument. See EASTMAN, FRED. 

ECKSTEIN, GUSTAV. 

The pet shop; a play. © ISJunW; 
D89568. Gustav Eckstein (A); 
23Mar72; R525050 . 

EDWARDS, MILDRED JOHNSON. 

Roadway to the moon. See JOHNSON, J. 
ROSAMOND. 

EHRLICH, MAX. 

The man who wished death. See THE 
SHADOW . 

ELLSTEIN, SYLVIA REGAN. 

Do not disturb, "by Sylvia Regan & 
Walter Bullock. Musical comedy. 
Book only. © 28jul44; D89827 . 
Sylvia Regan Ellstein (A); l8Apr72; 
R527 221.3. 



FINCH, BETTY SMITH. 

And never yield; a play "by Betty 

Smith. Based on the novel by Elinor 
Pryor. © 22Dec44; D92064 . Betty 
Smith Finch (A); lOJanTS; R520902. 

FITTON, JOSEPHINE DEMISE KELLER. 
Dialing for dough 1 By Josephine 
Denise Keller. © 14Mar44; Cl5l24. 
Denise Keller Pitton (A); 7Feb72; 
R522584. 

FLANAGAN, JAMES. 

The red branch; a comedy drama in 
three acts. © l4Aug44; D90O59. 
James Flanagan (A); 10Apr7a; R526885. 

FOOTE, HORTON. 

Only the heart; play in 3 acts. Rev. 
© l4Sep44; D90496. Horton Foote (A); 
28Feb72; R522904. 

FORBES, KATHRYH. 

I remember Mama. See VAN DRUTEN, 
JOHN. 

FORREST, GEORGE. 

Song of Norway. See LAZARUS, MILTON. 

FRENCH (SAMUEL) INC. 

Angel child. See REACH, JAMES. 

When Janie comes marching home. See 

BRAUN, WILBUR. 
You ain't heard the half of it. See 

BRAUN, WILBUR. 
You can't always sometimes tell. See 

BRAUN, WILBUR. 

FULLER, CLEMENT ARTHUR. 

By proxy; a comedy in 3 acts . 

© 4jan45; D91823. Clement Arthur 
Fuller (A); 13Mar72; R524844. 
With love to all; a musical play in 3 
acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© 17May44; D89123. Clement Arthur 
Fuller (A); 13Mar72; R524850. 



G 



GILL, FLORA. See JACOBS, FLORA GILL. 

GODDEN, RUMER. , , ., 

A fugue in time. © 190ct44; D90946. 
Rumer Godden (A); 17Apr72; R527517. 

GORDON, EDWIN EZRA. 

Off the record. See DINSMORE, 
HERMAN HENRY. 

GORDON, RUTH. 

Journey to a star. © 26jul44; D89809- 
Ruth Gordon (A); 150ct71; R522903. 



THE GREEN HORNET; scripts by various 
authors. © Green Hornet, Inc. (PWH) 
No. 
657. Circumstances alter cases. 

By Trendle & Beattie. © l40ct44; 

DU90885. 17Apr72; R526463. 

659. Birds of a feather. By Trendle 
& Beattie. © l4oct44; DU90B86. 
17Apr72; R526464. 

660. The make-believe sheriff. By 
Trendle & Beattie. © l40ct44; 
DU90887. 17Apr72; R526465. 

661. Madhouse adventure. By Trendle 
& Beattie. © l40ct44; DU90888. 
17Apr72; R526466. 

662. Fireworks for Smitty. By Trendle 
& Beattie. © 200ct44; DU9IOO9. 
17Apr72; R526467. 

663. The road to riches. By Trendle 
& Beattie. © 200ct44; DUgiOlO. 
17Apr72; R526468. 

664. Gentleman Jerry meets his match. 
By Trendle & Beattie. © 190ct44; 
DU91011. 17Apr72; R526469- 

665. Mystery in the dentist's office. 
By Trendle & Beattie. © 190ct44; 
DU91012. 17Apr72; R526470. 

666. The female of the species. 

By Trendle & Beattie. © 190ct44; 
DU9IOI3. 17Apr72; R526471. 

667. Blabbermouth. By Trendle & 
Boulette. © 190ct44; DU91014. 
17Apr72; R526472. 

668. Flames of wrath. By Trendle & 
Beattie. © 190ct44; DU91OI5 . 
17Apr72; R526473. 

669. Ramona. By Trendle & Beattie. 
© 190ct44; DU9IOI6. 17Apr72; 
R526474. 

670. Payment in full. By Trendle 
& Schneider. © 190ct44; DU9IOI7 . 
17Apr72; R526475. 

671. Murder in the rain. By 
Trendle & Beattie. © 190ct44; 
DU9IOI8. 17Apr72; R526476. 

672. Story of a dog. By Trendle & 
Beattie. © 190ct44; DU9IOI9. 
17Apr72; R526477. 

673. Murder masquerade. By Trendle 
& Beattie. © 190ct44; DU91020. 
31Mar72; R526456. 

674. Prelude to a blood bath. By 
Trendle & Beattie. © 190ct44; 
DU91021. 17Apr72; R5 26457 . 

675. The woman in the picture. By 
Trendle & Timber lake. © 190ct44; 
DU91022. 17Apr72; R526458. 

676. Hallowe'en adventure. By 
Trendle & Beattie. © 190ct44; 
DU91023. 17Apr72; R525459. 

677. Blackmail for murder. By 
Trendle & Beattie. © 7Nov44; 
DU9II70. 17Apr72; R5 26460. 

678. A lady in distress. By Trendle 
& Joyce. © 7Nov44; DU9II7I. 
17Apr72; R526461. 

679. The Elberton case. By Trendle 
& Beattie. © 29Nov44; DUgi437 . 
17Apr72; R526462. 



H 



GREEN HORNET, INC. 
THE GREEN HORNET. 



See 



GREEN, ROBERT. 

For worKs by Robert Green See THE 
LONE RANGER. 

GRUENWALD, ALFRED. 

Bozena; Oper in drei Akten aus dem 
slowakischen Bauernleben; book by 
Alfred Gruenwald & Julius Brammer; 
music by Oscar Straus. Libretto. 
© 9Feb44; D87002. Rosemarle Bram- 
mer (W), Meta Maass S: Henry Gruen 
wald (C); lFeb72; R522455. 

GRUENWAED, HENRY. 

Bozena. See GRUENWALD, ALFRED. 



HAGEMANN, IRIS WORTH. 

A nucleus for the V/orld Peace Council. 
© 9Sep44; C16444 . Iris Worth 
Hagemann (A); 4Apr72; R525636. 

HALEVY, L. 
Carmen Jones 
OSCAR, 2d. 



See HAMMERSTEIN, 



HAMMERMAN, DANIEL. 

Henri Christophe; an historical drama 
about Haiti in 3 acts. © 5Jun45 ; 
093962. Dan Hammerman (A); l4Jun72; 
R550932. 

HAMMERSTEIN, DOROTHY B. 

Carmen Jones. See HAMMERSTEIN, 

OSCAR, 2d. 
Carousel. See HAMMERSTEIN, 
OSCAR, 2d. 

HAMMERSTEIN, JAMES B. 

Carmen Jones. See HAMMERSTEIN, 

OSCAR, 2d. 
Carousel. See HAMMERSTEIN, 
OSCAR, 2d. 

HAMMERSTEIN, OSCAR, 2d. 

Carmen Jones. Based on Meilhac & 
Halevy's adaptation of Prosper 
Merimee's Carmen. © 19Peb45; 
D92517. Dorothy B. Hammerstein (W) , 
Alice H. Mathias, William Hammer- 
stein Ic James B. Hammerstein (C); 
24Feb72; R523797. 

Carousel; music by Richard Rodgers, 
libretto by Oscar Hammerstein, 2d. 
Based on Ferenc Malnar's Llliom. 
Text only. © 25Feb45 ; D92437. 
Dorothy B. Hammerstein (W) ; Alice H. 
Mathias, William Hammerstein % James 
B. Hammerstein (C); 28Feb72; 
R523887 . 

HAMMERSTEIN, WILLIAM. 

Carmen Jones. See 'HAMMERSTEIN, 

OSCAR, 2d. 
Carousel. See HAMMERSTEIN, 
OSCAR, 2d. 

HARWOOD, FRYNEWYD TENNYSON JESSE. 

Birdcage, by F. Tennyson Jesse, pseud, 
of Frynewyd Tennyson Jesse Harwood, 
& Harold Dearden. © 29Dec44; D91774 . 
Public Trustee (E of Frynewyd Tenny- 
son Jesse Harwood) & Ann Dearden (W 
of Harold Dearden); 3Mar72; R524696. 

HAY, IAN, pseud. See BEITH, JOHN HAY. 

HAYWARD, JOYCE. 

Out of this world; book by J. Hayward 
& R. Waldron; lyrics & music by 
Leon Carr. Book only. © 17Jul44; 
D89818. Leon Carr (A); 22Feb72; 
R522837 . 

HELLMAN, LILLIAN. 

The searching wind; a play in two acts. 
© 23Jun44; D89503 . Lillian Hellman 
(A); lMar72; R524292. 

HERBERT, F. HUGH. 

For keeps; comedy in 3 acts. 
© 26sep44; D90636. Mary Alice 
Herbert (W), Pamela Chais & Diana 
Markes (C); 17Jan72; R521771. 
You'll never know. © 15Feb44; D86958. 
Mary Alice Herbert (W) , Pamela Chais 
& Diana Markes (C); 6Jan72; R521086. 

HERBERT, MARY ALICE. 

For keeps. See HERBERT, F. HUGH. 
You'll never know. See HERBERT, F. 
HUGH. 

KERSEY, JOHN. 

A bell for Adano. See OSBORN, PAUL. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan -Ju 



HOLT J FELIX. 

The Angelus. See THE LONE RAHGER. 
No. 1818-1038. 

Billy Tllghman. See THE LONE 
RANGER. No. 18111-1031+. 

The pelt of Muchc Grande . See THE 
LONE RANGER. No. I816-IO36. 

HOOVER. 

Gold for Maximilian. See THE LONE 
RANGER. No. 171*5-965. 

HORNE, KENNETH. 

Jane dteps out; a comedy in 3 acts. 
© lJan45; D92796 . Kenneth Home (A); 
22Peb72; R5 23568. 

HOUGHTON J GEORGE W. 

They flew" through sand; a play in 3 
acts about the Royal Air Force in the 
western c^esert. © lDec44; D92797. 
George W. Houghton (A); 3Mar72; 
R524702. 

HUNTERTON, M. 

25 non-royalty holiday plays. See 
JAGENDORF, MORITZ, comp. 

HUNTOR, ALBERT LOUIS. 

Mixed marriage; one act play by Louis 
Albert, pseud. © 240ct44; 09102?. 
Albert Louis Huntor (A); 30Mar72; 
R5 25412. 



Your wife for mine. 
ARTHUR, pseud. 



See WILKINSHAW5 



J 



JACOBS, FLORA GILL. 

Currier & Ives; by Flora Gill. 
© l8Apr44; D88544. Flora Gill 
Jacobs (A); 28Mar72; R525627 . 
Currier K: Ives; musical comedy by 
Flora Gill. ® 25Feb44; D87035 . 
Flora Gill Jacobs (A); l8Feb72; 
R5 235^8. 

JAGENDORP, MORITZ, comp. 

25 non-royalty holiday plays, by 
M. Hunterton & others. © 24Apr44; 
D89082. Moritz Jagendorf (A); 
20Apr72; R527291- 

JESSE, F. TENNYSON, pseud. See 
HARWOOD, FRYNEWYD TENNYSON JESSE. 

JOB, ANN B. 

Cousin Theresa. See JOB, THOMAS. 

JOB, THOMAS. 

Cousin Theresa. From Therese Raquin, 
by Emile Zola. © 27Dec44; Dgi735 . 
Ann B. Job <^, Thomas M. Job (C) ; 
10Jan72; R5 20901. 



JOB, THOMAS M. 
Cousin Theresa. 



See JOB, THOMAS. 



JOHAN, ZITA. 

Out of their time. ®4Apr45; D92963 • 
Zita Johan (A); 8jun72; R530558. 

JOHNSON, J. ROSAMOND. 

Roadway to the moon; musical play. 
Book & lyrics only. © 27Dec44; 
D91717. Mildred Johnson Edwards 
(C); 10Jan72; R521147. 

JOYCE . 

A lady in distress. See THE GREEN 
HORNET. No. 6 78. 



K 



KAHN, FERDINAND FRIEDRICH WILHELM. See 
DRYWATER, NATALIE, pseud. 

KALLESSER, MICHAEL. 

Pinky; a comedy in 3 acts, 4 scenes. 
NM: additions & revisions. 
© 17Jul44; D89848. Michael Kalles- 
ser (A); 13Jun72; R530982. 



KANIN, FAY. 

Return engagement; a comedy. By Fay 
Kanin & Michael Kanin. © 21May45 ; 
D93566. Fay Kanin & Michael Kanin 
(A); 8jun72; R530559. 

KANIN, MICHAEL. 

Return engagement. See KANIN, PAY. 

KELLER, JOSEPHINE DENISE. See PITTOH, 
JOSEPHINE DENISE KELLER FITTON. 

KENNEDY, MRS. MICKEY. 

Break the bank. See KENNEDY, 
THOMAS J. 

KENNEDY, THOMAS J. 

Break the bank; continuity no.l. by 
Tom Kennedy. © l4Apr44; D88488. 
Mrs. Mickey Kennedy (W); 2Mar72; 
R524303. 

KRASNA, NORMAN. 

Dear Ruth; a comedy. © lMay45; 

D93326. Norman Krasna (A); 7Jun72; 
R530736. 



LADELL, MRS. F. E. SIMPSON, 
panto patches. See SIMPSON, 
HAROLD. 

LAMPELL, MILLARD. 

Lonesome train. See ROBINSON, EARL. 

LANGHAM, NORMA ELEANOR. 

Dutch painting. © 26Aug44; D90211. 
Norma Eleanor Langham (A); 19Jun72; 
R531004. 

The Sultan of Sumara; words & music by 
Norma Eleanor Langham. © 28Apr44; 
D76313. Norma Eleanor Langham (A): 
25Apr72; R 5277 83 . 

LANGLEY, EDWARD. 

For works by Edward Langley See 
CHICK CARTER, BOY DETECTIVE. 
No. 415-1(60, 462-464. 

BANNER, JOSEPH. 

Alt-Wein. See STEINBRECHER, 
ALEXANDER. 

LASZLO, MIKLOS. 

St. Lazar ' s pharmacy; in 3 acts & a 
prologue. © 22Mar45; D92846 . 
Miklos Laszlo (A); 24Mar72; R525574 . 

LATOUCHE, JOHN. 

The wax flower; by John LaTouche & 
Andrew Salter. © 17May45; D93517. 
Manuel Seigel, Rosa Chandler Mimms 
& Abe Seigel (NK of J. LaTouche); 
8jun72; R530659. 

LAW, WILLIAM TEMPLETON. 

Heroic mould; a comedy in one act. 

(French's acting edition) © 31Dec44; 
092791. William Templeton Law (A); 
3Mar72; R524698. 

LAZARUS, BLANCHE. 

Song of Norway. See LAZARUS, MILTON. 

LAZARUS, ELIZABETH. 

Song of Norway. See LAZARUS, MILTON. 

LAZARUS, MILTON. 

Song of Norway; an operetta based on 
the life & music of Edvard Grieg; 
lyrics & musical adaptation by Robert 
Wright & George Forrest, book by 
Milton Lazarus; from a story by 
Homer Curran. Book only. ® 24Feb4S; 
D92912. Blanche Lazarus (W) & Eliza- 
beth Lazarus (C); 17Mar72; R524914. 



LESCHETIZKY, THEODOR H. 

Alt-Wein. See STEINBRECHER, 
ALEXANDER. 

LEWIS, C. S., JR. 

Who stole the tarts. See WALLACE, 
MAUDE ORITA. 

LEWIS, OVID B. 

Manhattan story book; words, music ^ 
story. © 27Jun44; D76333 . Ovid 
Lewis (A); 21Mar72; R525406. 

LLOYD, RICHARD LEVIS. 

The order of the orchid; a comedy in 
4 acts. © 20Jun44; D89385 . Richard 
Levis Lloyd (A); 10Feb72; R522950. 

LLOYDS BANK, LTD. 

Pra Diavolo. See AUBER, DANIEL 

FRANCOIS ESPRIT. 
La traviata. See VERDI, GIUSEPPE. 

LODGE, CARTER. 

I remember Mama. See VAN DRUTEN, 
JOHN. 

THE LONE RANGER; scripts by various 
authors. © Lone Ranger Television, 
Inc. (PWH) 
No. 
1709-922 1 Smiley Roysen. By Francis 

Striker. ® 4Peb44; D86823, 

21Jan72; R523290. 
1710-923, Wrath of the storm. By 

Francis Striker. © lMar44; D87089. 

21Jan72; R523291. 

1711-924. Until proven otherwise. By 

Francis Striker. © lMar44; D87090. 

21Jan72; R523292. 
1712-925. Tax thief. By Francis 

Striker. © lMar44; D8709I. 

21Jan72; R523293. 

1713-927. Stampede. By Francis 

Striker. © lMar44; D87092. 

21Jan72; R523294. 

1714-928. Honest Andy. By Francis 

Striker. © lMar44; D87093. 

21Jan72; R523295. 

1715-929. The murder kid. By Francis 
Striker. © lMar44; D87094. 
21Jan72; R523296. 
1716-930. The judge's return. By 
Francis Striker. ® lMar44; D87095. 
21Jan72; R523297. 
1717-931. Silver summit. By Francis 
Striker. © lMar44; D87096. 
21Jan72; R523298. 
1718-932. With a star and a prayer. 
By Francis Striker. © lMar44; 
D87097. 21Jan72; R523299. 

1719-933- Quicksilver. By Francis 

Striker. © 24Mar44; D88183. 

21Jan72; R52330O. 

1720-934. Monty Regan. By Francis 

Striker. ® 24Mar44; D88l84. 

21Jan72; R523301. 

1721-935. Tamin and larnin. By 

Francis Striker. © 24Mar44; D88185. 

21Jan72; R523302. 
1722-936. Deal in cattle. By Francis 

Striker. © 24Mar44; D88186. 

21Jan72; R523303 . 

1723-937. Guns is fer fighting men. 
By Francis Striker. © 24Mar44- 
D88187. 21Jan72; R523504. 
1724-938. Boot Hill secret. By 

Francis Striker. © 24Mar44; D88188 
21Jan72; R523305. 
1725-939. In its place. By Francis 
Striker. © 24Mar44; D88189. 
21Jan72; R523306. 
1726-940. Hostage reversed. By 

Francis Striker. © 25Mar44; D88190. 
21Jan72; R523307. 
1727_g4l. Buffalo Bill. By Francis 
Striker. © 27Apr44; D88781. 
21Jan72; R523328. 
1728-942. Too many shares. By Francis 
Striker. © 27Apr44; D88780. 
21Jan72; R523327. 



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1972 



RENEWAL REGISTRATIONS 



83 



1729-9'+5. Sugar coated sleep. By 
Francis Striker. © 27Apr!t'-t; D88782. 
21Jan72; R523329. 
1750-9^!*-. Wild Bill Hickok. By 

Francis Striker. © 27Apr!j!t; D88785. 
21jan72; E523550. 
1751-945. Muddy water. By Francis 
Striker. © 27Apr44; D88784. 
21Jan72; R523351- 
1732-945. The rainmaker. By Francis 
Striker. © 27AprW; D88785. 
21Jan72; R525532. 
1733_o47. Belle Starr. By Francis 
Striker. © 27Apr44; D88786. 
21Jan72; R523555 . 
1734.-948. Five cartridges for change. 
By Francis Striker. © 27Apr44| 
D88787. 21Jan72; R523334. 
1755-949. Pour people westbound. By 
Francis Striker. © 27Apr44; D88788. 
21Jan72; R523335- 
1736-956. Bat Masterson. By Francis 
Striker. © 27Apr44; D88789. 
21Jan72; R523336. 
1737-957. Bolivar and Hacksaw. By 
Francis Striker. © 27Apr44; D88790. 
21Jan72; R523337. 
1758-958. The mountain meadow massa- 
cre. By Francis Striker. © 27Apr44; 
D8879I. 21Jan72; R523338. 
1739-959- Pawnee Bill. By Francis 
Striker. © 27Apr44; D88792. 
21Jan72; R521923- 
1740-960. The tattooed arm. By 

Francis Striker. © 27Apr44; D88795. 
21Jan72; R521924. 
1741-961. Greater love hath no man. 
By Francis Striker. © 27Apr44; 
D88794. 21Jan72; R521925- 
1742-962. Wind River rendezvous. By 
Francis Striker. © 17Apr44; D88526. 
21Jan72; R525508. 

1745-965. Ralls across the Choctaw 
land. By Francis Striker. 
© 17Apr44; D88527. 21Jan72; R525509. 
1744-964. Town without a state. By 
Francis Striker. © 17Apr44; D88528. 
21Jan72; R5255IO. 
1745-965. Gold for Maximilian. Re- 
write hy Beattle from story by 
Hoover. © 17Apr44; D8903I. 
17Mar72; R524718. 
1746-966. Aaron Burr's pouch. By- 
Francis Striker. © 17Apr44; D8B529. 
21Jan72; R523311. 
1747-967. The border rose. By Francis 
Striker. © 17Apr44; D88530. 
21Jan72; R525312- 
1748-968. Ben Thompson. By Francis 
Striker. © 17Apr44; D8855I. 
21Jan72; R523313. 
1749-969. Jim Farrell's son. By 
Francis Striker. © 17Apr44; D88552. 
21Jan72; R525514. 
1750-970. Footlights on the frontier. 
By Francis Striker. © 17Apr44; 
D88555. 21Jan72; R525515. 
1751-971. Calamity Jane. By Francis 
Striker. © 17Apr44; D88554. 
21Jan72; R525516. 
1752-972. Bill Gage. By Leo Bou- 
lette. © 17Apr44; D8903O. 21Jan72; 
R523339. 
1753-973- Ephrlam Collins' ambition. 
By Francis Striker. © 17Apr44; 
D88535, 21Jan72; R523317 . 
1754-974. Law west of the Pecos. By 
Francis Striker. © 17Apr44; D88556. 
21Jan72; R523318, 
1755-975. A trust fulfilled. By 

Francis Striker. © 17Apr44; D88557 . 
21Jan72; R525519. 
1756-976. Smoke over Missouri. By 
Francis Striker. © 17Apr44; D88558. 
21Jan72; R525520. 
1757-977. Sam Bass. By Francis 
Striker. © 27Apr44; D88774. 
21Jan72; R523521. 
1758-978. John Ritchie. By Francis 
Striker. © 27Apr44; D88775. 
21Jan72; R525522. 



1759-979- Longhorn trail. By Francis 

Striker. © 27Apr44; D88776. 

21Jan72; R525323. 
1760-980. Johnny Owens. By Francis 

Striker. © 27Apr44; D88777 . 

21Jan725 R523324. 

1761-981, Carrlgan'a line. By Francis 

Striker. ©27Apr44; D88778. 

21Jan72; R523325. 
1762-982. The Devil and Sam Todd. By 

Francis Striker. © 27Apr44; D88779. 

21Jan72; R525326, 

1763-985. Annie Oakley. By Francis 
Striker. © 24May44; D89062. 
21Jan72; R521926. 

1764-984. Jim Kalar. By Boulette. 
© 24May44; D89219. 21Jan72; 
R521931- 
1765-985. Straws point the way. By 
Francis Striker. © 24May44; D89065 . 
21Jan72; R521927. 
1766-986. Teddy Roosevelt. By Francis 
Striker. © 24May44; d89064. 
21Jan72; R521928. 
1767-987. Jim Sanders' return. By 
Francis Striker. © 24May44; D89065. 
21Jan72; R521929. 
1768-988. The thirteenth time. By 
Boulette. © 24Mar44; D89218. 
21Jan72; R521930. 
1769-989. Teddy Roosevelt, no. 2. 
By Robert Green. © 4Aug44; D89888. 
12May72; R529069. 
1770-990. Chop cop handyman. By Leo 
Boulette. © 4Aug44; D89889. 
12May72; R52907O. 

1771-991. Dead man's bluff. By Leo 

Boulette. © 4Aug44; D8989O. 

12May72; R529071. 
1772-992. Doctor Good. By Robert 

Green. © 4Aug44; D8989I. 12May72; 

R529072. 
1773-993- A bargain's a bargain. By 

Leo Boulette. © 4Aug44; 089892. 

12May72; R529073- 
1774-994. Six gun heritage. By Fran 

Striker. © 4Aug44; D89895 . 

12May72; R529074. 
1775-995- Luke Short. By Bob Green. 

© 4Aug44; D89894. 12May72; R529075- 
1776-996. 

Boulette 



of honor. By Leo 
©"4Aug44; D90206. 



12May72; R529062. 
1777-997. Three callers. By Fran 
Striker. © 4Aug44; D89895- 
12May72; R529076. 
1778-998. John Wesley Hardin. By Bob 
Green. © 4Aug44; D89896. 12May72; 
R529077 ■ 
1779-999. The great truth. By Leo 
Boulette. © 4Aug44; D89897 . 
12May72; R529078. 
1780-1000 - Candlelight. By Fran 
Striker. © 4Aug44; D89898. 
12May72; R529079- 

I78I-IOOI. H. A. W. Tabor. By Bob 
Green. © 4Aug44; D89899. 12May72; 
R529080. 

1782-1002. Chuck wagon champ. 

By Fran Striker. © 4Aug44; D899OO. 

12May72; R529081. 
1785-1005. Ridge Lawton. By Leo 

Boulette. © 4Aug_44; D899OI. 

12May72; R529082; 
1784-1004. Billy the Kid. By Bob 

Green. © 8Aug44; D90004. 12May72; 

R529085. 
1785-1005. Ruggles of ^Yellowstone. 

By Fran Striker. 

12May72; R529084. 
1786-1006. The phantom rider. By Leo 

Boulette. © 8Aug44; D90006. 12May72; 

R529056. 
1787-1007. Beecher's Island. By Bob 

Green. © 8Aug44; D9OOO7 - 12May72; 

R529057. 



Aug44; D90005. 



1788-1008. Hap finds an angel. By 
Leo Boulette. © 8Aug44j D90008. 
12May72; R529058. 
1789-1009. Old school sheriff. By 
Fran Striker. © 8Aug44; D90OO9. 
12May72; R529059. 
1790-1010- Duke Henshaw. By Bob 
Green. © 8Aug44; D90OIO. 12Hay72; 
R529060. 
1791-1011. Eph Wilson's chicks. By 
Fran Striker. © 8Aug44j D9OOII. 
12May72; R529061. 
1792-1012. A gentleman from England. 
By Fran Striker & Trendle. © 22Sep44j 
D90548. 12May72; R529065. 
1795-1015. Kit Carson. By Green 8: 
Trendle. © 22Sep44; D90549. 
12May72; R529064. 

1794-1014. Double cross harvest. 

By Leo Boulette 5: Trendle. 

© 22Sep44; D90550. 12May72; R529065. 
1795-1015. Ned Tyson's destiny. By 

Trendle & Seattle. © 22Sep44; 

090551. 22May72; R529066. 

1796-1016. Smoke Ballou. By Trendle 
& Green- © 22Sep44; 090552. 
12May72; R529067. 

1797-1017. Outlaw's son. By Trendle- 
Striker. © 22Sep44; 090555. 
8jun72; R550202. 

1798-1018. Food for the iron horse. 

By Fran Striker & Trendle. 

© 22Sep44; D90554. 12May72; R529068. 
1799-1019- Johnny Po. By Green & 

Trendle. © 22Sep44; D90555. 

12May72; R529046- 

1800-1020. Mainspring Charlie. By 
Fran Striker & Trendle. © 22Sep44; 

090556. 12May72; R529047 . 
1801-1021. Shotgun Gall. By Fran 

Striker & Trendle- © 22Sep44; 

090557. 12May72; R529048. 

1802-1022. Al Jennings. By Green & 
Trendle. © 22Sep44; D90558- 
12May72; R529049. 

1805-IO25. A man among men. By Leo 
Boulette & Trendle. © 22Sep44; 

090559. 12May72; R52905O. 

l8o4-1024. One in a thousand. By Leo 

Boulette & Trendle. © 22Sep44; 

090560. 12May72; R52905I- 
1805-1025- Frank Canton- By Green & 

Trendle. © 22Sep44; 09O561. 

12May72; R529052. 
1806-1026. Gunpowder Joe. By Fran 

Striker & Trendle. © 22Sep44; 

090562. 12May72; R529053- 
1807-1027- Muleys mules- By Fran 

Striker & Trendle. © 22Sep44; 

090565. 12May72; R529054. 

1808-1028. Western Union. By Trendle 

& Green. © 150ct44; D90807. 

12May72; R529055- 

1809-1029. Tricky. By Leo Boulette Ic 

Trendle. © 130ct44; 090808. 

12May72; R529055. 

181O-IO5O. Shed on the barrens. By 
Fran Striker & Trendle. © 150ct44; 
D90809. 12May72; R529054. 
1811-1051. Blade of honor. By Leo 
Boulette 5: Trendle. © 150ct44; 
090810. 12May72; R529055. 
1812-1052. A royal welcome. By Fran 
Striker & Trendle. © 130ct44; 
D908II. 12May72; R529036. 
1813-1055. Old King Cole. By Fran 
Striker & Trendle. © 150ct44; 
D90812. 12May72; R529057. 
I8l4-1034. Billy Tilghman. By Felix 
Holt & Trendle. © 130ct44j D90815. 
12May72; R529058. 
1815-1055. Woodman's club. By Fran 
Striker & Trendle. © 150ct44; 
D908l4. 12May72; R529059- 
1816-1036. The pelt of Mucho Grande. 
By Felix Holt & Trendle. © 130ct44; 
090815. 12May725 R52904o. 
1817-1057. The sign of the buffalo 
head. By Green 5; Trendle. 
© 150ct44; D90816. 12May72; R52904l. 



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Jan -June 



THE LONE RANGER. -Con. 

1818-1038. The Angelus. By Felix 

Holt & Trendle. © 130ct44; D90817 . 

12May72; R5290't2. 
1819-1039. Ghost dance. By Green & 

Trendle. © 130ct44; D90918. 

12May72; R529043. 

1820 -104o. Henry's holiday. By Leo 

Boulette & Trendle. © 130ct44; 

D90819.. 12May72; R529044. 
1821-1041. The language of lucre. By 

Leo Boulette & Trendle. © 130ct44; 

D90820. 12May72;> R529045. 

l822-1042. Right of way. By Leo 

Boulette & Trendle. © 130ot't4; 

D9082I. 12May72j R529OI8. 
1825-1043. Speed of a gunman. By 

Trendle & Striker. © l40ct44; 

D90889. 12May72; R529OI9. 
1824-1044. The killer's code. By Leo 

Boulette & Trendle. © l40ct44; 

D90890. 12May72; R529020. 
1825-1045. York's cave. By Trendle & 

Striker. © l40ct44; D9089I. 

12May72; R529021. 
1826-1046. The man hunt. By Leo 

Boulette & Trendle. © l40ct44; 

D90892. 12May72; R529022. 
1827-1047. Interlude. By Fran 

Striker & Trendle. © 200ct44; 

D91001. 12May72; R529023 . 

1828-1048. Conclusion. By Fran 

Striker & Trendle. © 200ct44; 

D91002. 12May72; R529024. 
1829-1049. Peppermint. By Robert 

Green & Trendle. ® 200ct44; D9IOO3 . 

12May72i R529025. 
1830-1050. Three, counting Missouri. 

By Fran Striker & Trendle. © 200ct44; 

D91004. 12May72; R529026. 
I83I-IO5I. Peaceful and the parson. 

By Leo Boulette & Trendle. © 200ct44; 

D9IOO5. 12May72; H529027. 

1832-1052. Keeno Thor. By Leo Bou- 
lette & Trendle. © 200ct44; D9IOO6. 
12May72; R529028. 

1833-1053. Conway's fall. By Fran 
Striker & Trendle. © 200ct44; 
D9IOO7. 12May72; R529029. 

1834-1054. Pitch black. By Fran 
Striker & Trendle. © 200ct44; 
D91008. 12May72j R529030. 
1835-105^. Monument for Marmaduke . 
By Trencile & Green. © 7Nov44; 
D91I74. 12May72; R52903I. 
1836-1056. Randall's place. By Fran 
Striker & Trendle. © 7Nov44; 
D9II75. 12May72; R529032. 
1837-1057. The road trader. By Leo 
Boulette & Trendle. © 7Nov44; 
D9II76. 12May72; R529OO7. 

1838-1058. Alamo Anderson. By Fran 
Striker & Trendle. © 7Nov44; 
D91177. 12May72; R529008. 

1839-1059. Doc Stevens. By Leo Bou- 
lette & Trendle. © 7Nov44; D9II78. 
12May72; R529009. 

l84o-1060. Yellow legs and brass. By 

Green & Trendle. © 7Nov44; D7II79. 

12May72; R5290IO. 
I84l-106l. The Cameo Kid. By Green & 

Trendle. © 7Nov44; D9II80. 12May72; 

R5290II. 

1842-1062. Smllax. By Green & Trendle. 

© 7Nov44; D9118I. 12May72; R529012. 
1843-1063. Birthday party. By Fran 
Striker & Trendle. © 7Nov44; 
D91182. 12May72; R529OI3. 
1844-1064. The thirteenth notch. By 
Fran Striker S: Trendle. © 29Nov44; 
091433. 12May72; R529014. 
1845-1065. Gun shy gambler. By Bob 
Green & Trendle. © 29Nov44; D9l434. 
12May72; R529OI5. 
1846-1066. Sabers or six-guns. By 
Bob Green & Trendle. © 29Nov44; 
D91435. 12MayY2; Rfe290l6. 
1847-1067. The crystal ball. By Bob 
Green & Trendle. © 29Wov44; D9l436. 
12May72; R529017. 



LONE RANGER TELEVISION, INC. See 
THE LONE RANGER. 

LOWTHER, GEORGE FRANCIS. 

Cathedral. © 30Mar45; D92879. George 
Francis Lowther (A); 7Apr72; R52709I. 
Submarine. © 22Peb45; D92404. 

George Francis Lowther (A); 22Feb72; 
R5 23567. 



LYNCH, FRANCES. 

Your wife for mine. 
ARTHUR, pseud. 



See WILKINSHAW, 



M 



MAASS, META. 

Bozena. See GRUENWAID, ALFRED. 



MCCRACKEN, ESTHER. See CAMPBELL, 
ESTHER MCCRACKEN. 

MACGREGOR, JOCK. 

For works by Jock MacGregor See 
THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. 

MALNAE, FERENC. 

Carousel. See HAMMERSTEIN, 
OSCAR, 2d. 

MARKES, DIANA. 

For keeps. See HERBERT, F. HUGH. 

You'll never know. See HERBERT, F. 
HUGH. 

MARTENS, ANNE COULTER. 

Wildcat Willie gets girl trouble: 
a comedy in one act. © 15Sep44; 
D90528. Anne Coulter Martens (A); 
19Apr72; R527272. 

MATHIASj ALICE H. 

Carmen Jones. See HAMMERSTEIN, 

OSCAR, 2d. 
Carousel. See HAMMERSTEIN, 

OSCAR, 2d. 

MAYER, EDWIN JUSTUS. 

Firebrand of Florence; a musical. 
Based on the play The firebrand. 
Book only. © l4May45; D93473 . 
Paul Mayer (C); 15May72; R52895O. 

MAYER, PAUL. 

Firebrand of Florence. See MAYER 
EDWIN JUSTUS. 

MEANS, EDNA. 

Duration dissertations; four new war- 
time selections. © 15Jan44; D87337. 
Edna Means Dramatic Service (PWH); 
17Jan72; R521773. 

MEANS (EDNA) DRAMATIC SERVICE. 

Duration dissertations. See MEANS, 
EDNA. 



See HAMMERSTEIN, 



MEILHAC, H. 
Carmen Jones. 
OSCAR, 2d. 

MEISER, EDITH. 

For works by Edith Meiser See THE 
RETURN OF NICK CARTER. 

MERIMEE, PROSPER. 

Carmen Jones. See HAMMERSTEIN, 
OSCAR, 2d. 

MIMMS, ROSA CHANDLER. 

The wax flower. See LATOUCHE, JOHN. 

MOINAUX, J. 

The tales of vertigo. See ROYLE, 
JOSEPHINE FETTER. 



N 



HAST (CONDE) PUBLICATIONS, INC. See 
CHICK CARTER, BOY DETECTIVE. 
THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. 
THE SHADOW. 



NEVEUX, GEORGES. 

Le songe d'une nult d'ete; de William 
Shakespeare; texte francais par 
Georges Neveux. © 2Jun45; D94960. 
Georges Neveux (A); 22Jun72; R531424. 

NICHOLSON, KENYON. 

January thaw; a play in 3 acts by 

Kenyon Nicholson & Charles Robinson. 
© 17Mar45; D92744. . Kenyon Nichol- 
son & Charles Robinson (A); 23Mar72; 
R528648. ^ I' ^ I ' 



o 



OBOLER, ARCH. 

Homecoming; a radio play. No.l. 
© 240ct44; D9098I. Arch Oboler 
(A); 25Apr72; R527777 • 
House I live in. © 5Jun44; D89174. 
Arch Oboler (A); 25Apr72; R527775. 

Strange morning: a radio play for V-E 
day. © 3Nov44; D91l4o. Arch Oboler 
(A); 25Apr72; R527778. 

Surrender. © 7Jun44; D89192. 

Arch Oboler (A); 25Apr72; R527776. 

OSBORN, PAUL. 

A bell for Adano; a dramatization of 
the novel by John Hersey. 
© l6Apr45; D93253. Paul Osborn 
(A); 19Apr72; R527512. 

A bell for Adano; a dramatization of 
the novel by John Hersey. © l6Apr45; 
1193253. Paul Osborn (A); 4May72; 
R529390. 



PEN PLAY CO. 

Campus deadline. See BARBEE, LINBSEY. 

PIAVE, FRANCESCO MARIA. 

La traviata. See VERDI, GIUSEPPE. 

PICASSO, PABLO. 

Le deslr attrape par la queue. 
(Collection metamorphosis XXIII) 
© 15Apr45; D95340. Pablo Picasso 
(A); 22Jun72; R531426. 



PRATT, BELLE J. 

Miss Dilly says no. 
THEODORE. 



See PRATT, 



PRATT, THEOOORE. 

Miss Dilly says no; a comedy in 3 acts. 
© 15Sep44; D90453. Belle J. Pratt 
(W); l6Dec71; R520817. 



PRIESTLEY, JOHN BOYNTON. 

Four plays. © 110ct44; D9092I . John 
Boynton Priestley (A); 3Nov71; 
R5I6OO9. 
How are they at home? a topical comedy 
in 2 acts. © 29May45 ; D94509. 
John B. Priestley (A); 8jun72; 
R53056O. 

PRYOR, ELINOR. 

And never yield. See FINCH, BETTY 
SMITH. 

PUBLIC TRUSTEE. 

Birdcage. See HARWOOD, FRYNEWYD 
TENNYSON JESSE. 



R 



REACH, JAMES. 

Angel child; a comedy in 1 act. 
® 2Sep44; D91551. Samuel French, 
Inc. (PWH); 3Nov71; R516011. 



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RENEWAL REGISTRATIONS 



85 



REEVES, THEODORE. 

Out of time; a play. © 28Dec44; 
D91733. Theodore Reeves (A); 
12Jan72; R521225. 

REGAN, SYLVIA. See ELLSTEIN, SYLVTA 
REOAN. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER; scripts by 
various authors. © Conde Nast Publi- 
cations, Inc. (PWH) 

The black rose murder; or, Nick Carter 
and the mystery of the deserted 
greenhouse. By Jock MacGregor. 
© 12Dec44; D91593. 5Jan72; R520521. 
Crime at cold harbor; or, Nick Carter 
and the mystery of the murdered sci- 
entist. By Jock MacGregor. 
© 21Feb45; D924o8. lMar72; R524438. 

The crime machine. By Edith Meiser. 
© l6May45; D95530. lJun72; R530132. 

Death at the studio; or, Nick Carter 

and the mystery of the murder book. 

By Jock MacGregor. © 5Apr45; 

D92955- lMay72; R528298. 
Death at the toll bridge; or, Nick 

Carter and the mystery of the missing 

artist. By Jock MacGregor. 

© l8Apr45; D93160. lMay72; 

R528304 . 
Death behind the scenes; or, Nick 

Carter and the mystery of the 

persecuted actor. By Jock 

MacGregor. © 28Mar45; DU929O3 . 

31Mar72; R5 26086. 
Death by ricochet; or, Nick Carter 

and the mystery of the abandoned 

gravel pit. By Jock MacGregor. 

© 31Jan45; D92196. lFeb72; 

R522237 . 
Death goes to the post; or, Nick Carter 

and the mystery of the unlucky 

jockey. By Jock MacGregor. 

© 20Mar45; DU92848. 31Mar72; 

R526093 . 
Death in a decanter; or, Nick Carter 

and the mystery of the missing 

body. By Jock MacGregor. © llJan45 

D91928. lFeb72; R522213. 
Death plays the lead; or, Nick Carter 

and the mystery of the accidental 

clue. By Jock MacGregor. © 12Dec44; 

D91594. 5Jan72; R520522. 
An eye for an eye; or, Nick Carter 
and the mystery of the upstate 

murders. By Jock MacGregor. 

© 31Jan45; D92197. lFeb72; 
R522238. 
Four rings of death; or, Nick Carter 

and the mystery of the Tory Island 

murders. By Jock MacGregor. 

© 8Mar45; DU92649. 31Mar72; 

E5 26146. 
The haunted rocking chair. By Edith 
Meiser. © 30May45; D93678. 
lJun72; R53OIO9. 

Mind over murder; or, Nick Carter and 
the mystery of the missing John Doe. 
By Jock MacGregor. © 21Feb45; 
D92409. lMar72; R524439. 

The missing dead; or, Nick Carter and 

the mystery of the unburied body. 

By Jock MacGregor. © l8Apr45; 

D9316I. lMay72; R528305- 
Monkey sees murder; or, Nick Carter 

and the mystery of the Peruvian red 

mark. By Jock MacGregor. © lljan45 

D91929. lFeb72; R522214. 
Murder by five; or, Nick Carter and 

the mystery of the midnight alarm. 

By Jock MacGregor. © 19Jan45; 

D92056. lFeb72; R522226. 
Murder by suicide; or, Nick Carter and 

the mystery of the death on the 

beach. By Jock MacGregor. 

© 27Dec44; D91739. 5Jan72; R520472. 



Murder goes to college; or, Nick 

Carter and the mystery at Spring 

Lake. By Jock MacGregor. © lljan45! 

D91927. lFeb725 R522212. 
Nick Carter and the mystery of Hang- 
man's Wood. By Edith Meiser. 

© 23May45; D93642. lJun72; R530133. 
Poison with a past; or, Nick Carter 

and the mystery of the Vedanta 

killings. By Jock MacGregor. 

© 8Mar45; DU92650. 31Mar72; 

R5 26147 . 
Ready for murder; or, Nick Carter and 

the mystery of the dead Scottie. By 

Jock MacGregor. © 8Feb45; D92307 . 

© lMar72; R524431 . 
Strands of murder; or, Nick Carter and 

the mystery of the Grecian daggers. 

By Jock MacGregor. © 27Dec44; 

D91740. 5Jan72; R520473. 
The truth machine; or, Nick Carter and 

the mystery of the shattered watch. 

By Jock MacGregor. © 24Apr45; 

D93216. lMay72; R528313. 
Unexpected death; or, Nick Carter and 

the mystery of the seance murder. 

By Jock MacGregor. © 12Deo44; 

D9I592. 5Jan72; R520520. 
The vanishing lady. By Edith Meiser. 

© l6May45; D93529- lJun72; R530131 . 
Webs of murder; or, Nick Carter and 

the mystery of the black widow 

spiders. By Jock MacGregor. 

© 20Mar45; DU92847 . 31Mar72; 

R526117 . 
The witch of Donderberg Mountain; or, 
Nick Carter and the mystery of the 
traitor's gold. By Edith Meiser. 

© 5May45; D93368. Ijun72; R530124. 

RICHARDS, ROY D'ARCY. 

Panto patches. See SIMPSON, 
HAROLD. 

RICHARDS, STANLEY. 

District of Columbia; a one act play 
in 4 episodes. © 15Jan45; DU9I956. 
Stanley Richards (A); 29Mar72; 
R526339. 

RIDLEY, ARNOLD. 

Peril at end house; a play in 3 acts 
adapted by Arnold Ridley; from a 
novel by Agatha Christie. (French's 
acting edition) © 13Feb45; D92795 . 
Arnold Ridley (A); 3Mar72; R524701. 

RIGGS, EDGAK. 

Dark encounter. See RIGGS, LYNW. 

Laughter from a cloud. See RIGGS, 
LYNN. 

RIGGS, JOE V. 

Dark encounter. See RIGGS, LYNN. 



Laughter from a cloud. 
LYNN. 



See RIGGS, 



prev. reg. I6jan43 as Abraham Lincoln 
comes home. © 22Jan45, D76400. 
Earl Robinson (A); llFeb72; R522978. 

ROYLE, JOSEPHINE FETTER. 

The tales of vertigo; or. The fair 
maid of Ellzondo. English text & 
lyrics by Josephine Fetter Royle; 
music by Jacques Offenbach. From 
original Das Maedchen von Ellzondo, 
by L. Battu & J. Molnaux. Text only. 
© 12Jan45; D92083. Josephine Fetter 
Royle (A); 31May72; R529308. 

RUMSEY, LEROY RENNER . 

The virgin of Guilford; a gentle farce 
in prologue & three acts. ® l6jun44; 
D89339- L. R. Rumsey (A); 12Jun72; 
R530885. 

RYERSON, FLORENCE. See 

CLEMENTS, FLORENCE RYERSON. 

RYERSON, HAL. 

Spring green. See CLEMENTS, 

FLORENCE RYERSON. 
Strange bedfellows. See CLEMENTS, 
FLORENCE RYERSON. 



SALACROU, ARMAND. 

Les fiances du Havre; pieces en trols 
actes. © 30Dec44; D95419. Armand 
Salacrou (A); 2Feb72; R522803. 
Theatre IV: La terre est ronde; 
Histoire de rire; La Marguerite. 
© 15Mar45; D94961. Armand Salacrou 
(A); 22Jun72; R531425. 



RIGGS, LEE G. 

Dark encounter. See RIGGS, LYNN. 
Laughter from a cloud. See RIGGS, 
LYTW. 

RIGGS, LYNN. 

Dark encounter; a play in 2 acts. 
© 60ct44; DU90725. Lee G. Riggs, 
Edgar Riggs & Joe V. Riggs (NK) ; 
10Apr72; R526077 • 
Laughter from a cloud; a comedy in 
3 acts. © 26Apr44; DU8866I. 
Lee G. Riggs, Edgar Riggs 5: Joe V. 
Riggs (NK); 10Apr72; R526078. 

ROBINSON, CHARLES. 

January thaw. See NICHOLSON, 
I-CENYON. 

ROBINSON, EARL. 

Lonesome train; a musical legend; a 
cantata; text by Millard Lampell, 
music by Earl Robinson. Appl. states 



SALTER, AHDREW. 
The wax flower. 



See LATOUCHE, JOHN. 



SAMUEL, K. 0. 

Mother Goose; a pantomime in 6 scenes. 
© 9Nov44; D92928. Peter Seymour 
(E); 10Jan72; R52O9O5 . 

SARTRE, JEAN-PAUL. 

Huis clos; piece en un acte . 

© 15Apr45; D95360. Jean-Paul Sartre 
(A); 5May72; R528720. 

SCHAFFNER, NEIL E. 

Toby goes to Washington; a comedy-drama 
in 3 acts S- 1 setting. © 4Mar44; 
D87283. Mrs. Nell E. Schaffner (W); 
lMar72; R524291. 

SCHAFFNER, NEIL E., MRS. 

Toby goes to Washington. See 
SCFIAFFNER, NEIL E. 

SCHENCK, CHARLES, JR. 

For works by Charles Schenck, Jr. 
See CHICK CARTER, BOY DETECTIVE. 
No. 478-494. 

SCHUEIDER. 

Payment in full. See THE GREEN 
HORNET. No. 670. 

SCKiIEIZER, RICHARD. 

Casanova in der Schweiz. See BURKHARD, 
PAUL. 

SCRIBE, EUGENE. 

Pra Dlavolo. See AUBER, DANIEL 
FRANCOIS ESPRIT. 

SEIGEL, ABE. 

The wax flower. See LATOUCHE, JOHN. 

SEIGEL, MANUEL. 

The wax flower. See LATOUCHE, JOHN. 

SEYMOUR, PETER. 

Mother Goose. See SAMUEL, K. 0. (R ) 



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THE SHADOW; scripts by various authors. 
© Conde Nast Publications, Inc. (PWH) 
The brief fame of John Copper. 

By Alfred Bester. © 20Mar45; 

DU92751. 31Mar72; R526115 . 
The case of the flaming skull. By 

Alfred Bester. © 20Mar45; DU92752. 

31Mar72; R526II6. 
The case of the river of eternal woe. 

By Bob Shaw. © 5May45; D95369. 

Ijun72; R530I25. 
Death is Just around the corner. 

By Alfred Bester. © 31Jan45; 

D92194. lFeb72; R522255. 
The destroyer. By Alfred Bester. 
© 28Marit5; DU92902. 31Mar72; 

R526104. 
The disappearing corpse. By Stedman 
Coles. © 8Mar45; DU92648. 31Mar72; 
R526145 . 
The face of death, by Alfred Bester. 

® 21Feb45; D92407 . lMar72; R524437. 
The ghost on horseback. By Stedman 

Coles. © 27Dec44; D91737 . 5Jan72; 

R5 20470. 

The Immortal murderer. By Alfred 

Bester. © 27Dec44; D91736. 5Jan72; 
R5 20469. 

The Invisible alibi. By Joseph 
Cochran. © 31Jan45; D92195. 
lFeb72; R522236. 

The Jekyll-Hyde murders. By Hector 
Chevigny. © 19Jan45; D92057. 
lFeb72; R522227 . 
The little man who wasn't there. By 

Alfred Bester. © l8Apr45; D93I59. 

lMay72; R528303. 
The lizard of fire. By Alfred Bester. 

© 12Dec44; D91596. 5Jan72; R520484 . 
Lucifer has a plan, by Stedman Coles. 

© 8Feb45; D92306. lMar72; R524430. 

The man who wished death. By Max 
Ehrlich. © 12Dec44j D91595 . 
5Jan72; R520523. 

The man with the missing memory. By 
Alfred Bester. © lljanitS; D91926. 
lPeb72; R533311. 

Merry Christmas by the thousand. By 
Catherine B. Stemler. © 27Dec44; 
D91738. 5Jan72; R520471. 
The Mother Goose bandit. By Alfred 
Bester. © 8Mar45; DU92647 . 
31Mar72; R526l44. 
The phantom brother. By Alfred 
Bester. © llJan45; D91925. 
lFeb72; R522210. 
The sword of Dengrl-La. By Bob Shaw. 
® 5Apr45; D92953. lMay72; R528296. 

SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

Le songe d'une nuit d'ete. See 
HEVEUX, GEORGES. 

SHAW, BOB. 

The case of the river of eternal 

woe. See THE SHADOW. 
The sword of Dengrl-La. See THE 
SHADOW. 

SHEPARD, ESTHER L. 

Candles alight. See SHERMAN, ALICE 

ELLA. 
Key of friendship. See SHERMAM, 

ALICE ELLA. 

Words of magic. See SHERMAN, ALICE 
ELLA. 

SHERMAN, ALICE ELLA. 

Candles alight. © 23Deo44; D917II. 

Esther L. Shepard (E); lMay72; 

R528143 . 
The key of friendship. © 23Dec44; 

D91712. Esther L. Shepard (E) ; 

lMay72; R528l44. 
Words of magic. © 23Dec44; D91710. 

Esther L. Shepard (E); lMay72; 

R52B142. 



SIMPSON, HAROLD. 

Panto patches; new scenes for old 
pantomimes. By Harold Simpson & 
Roy D'Arcy Richards. © 6Dee!|4; 
D92788. Mrs. F. E. Simpson Ladell 
(W) & Roy D'Arcy Richards (A); 
10Jan72; R520903. 

SLATER, ENID. 

Peter Grimes. See SLATER, MONTAGU. 

SLATER, MONTAGU. 

Peter Grimes; opera in 3 acts. Music 
by Benjamin Britten; libretto by 
Montagu Slater. Vocal score. 
© 20Jun45; D76423 . Benjamin Britten 
(A) & Enid Slater (W); 22Jun72; 
R531164. 

SMART, JACK, pseud. See BRAUM, WILBUR. 

SMITH, BETTY. See FINCH, BETTY SMITH. 

SNAPP, PAULINE WILLIAMS. 

Accidentally yours. © 22Jan45; D92050. 
Pauline Williams Snapp (A); 17Feb72; 
R523235 . 

STEINBRECHER, ALEXANDER. 

Alt-Weln; Operette in 3 Akten nach 
Musik von Joseph Lanner, Neubearbei- 
tung von Alexander Steinbrecher; 
Klavierauszug mit Gesang, zum Diri- 
gieren eingerlchtet von Theodor H. 
Leschetlzky. © 29Dec44; Dl4708. 
Alexander, Steinbrecher & Theodor H. 
Leschetlzky (A); I9May72; R529530. 

STEMLER, CATHERINE B. 

Merry Christmas by the thousand. 
See THE SHADOW. 

STRIKER, FRANCIS. 

For works by Francis Striker See 
THE LONE RANGER. 

SYLVAINE, MARIE. 

Madame Louise. See SYLVAINE, VERNON. 

SYLVAINE, VERNON. 

Ma.dame Louise; a farce in 3 acts. 
© 4Apr45; D92962. Marie Sylvaine 
(W); 5May72; R528719. 



THORNTON, MARION LEDOUX. See CONE, 
MARION LEDOUX THORNTON. 

TIMBERLAKE . 

The woman in the picture. See THE 
GREEN HORNET. No. 675. 

TOBIAS, JAY. 

Her emergency husband; a superlative 

farce in 3 acts. © 250ct44; D91279. 

Drama Guild Publishers (PWH); 

30May72; R529316. 
The pest guest; a corking comedy in 

1 act. © 250ct44; D91277 . Drama 

Guild Publishers (PWH); 30May72; 

R529314. 
You'll die laughing; a mystery comedy 

in 3 acts. © 250ct44; D91278. 

Drama Guild Publishers (PWH); 

30May72; R529515. 

TRAVERS, BEN. 

She follows me about; a comedy In 3 
acts. (French's acting edition) 
© 13Feb45; D92794 . Ben Travers (A); 
3Mar72; R524700. 

TRENDLE. 

For works by Trendle See THE GREEN 
HORNET. No. 657 & 659-679. 



Mermaids singing; a play in 3 acts. 
© 9Jun45; D94493. Carter Lodge 
(E); 13Jun72; R53082O. 

VERDI, GIUSEPPE. 

La traviata (The lady of the camellias) 
By Francesco Maria Piave; Edward J. 
Dent, author of English version; 
Giuseppe Verdi, composer. Text only. 
© 22Jun44; DF1064 . Lloyds Bank, Ltd. 
(E of E. J. Dent); 22May72; R529420. 



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VAN DRUTEN, JOHN. 

I remember Mama; a pia.y in 2 acts. 
Adapted from Kathryn Forbes' book 
Mama's bank account. ® 10May45 ; 
D94025. Carter Lodge (E of J. Van 
Druten); 17May72; R529172- 



WAKEMAN, FREDERIC. 

Uncle Sugar. See DAVIS, LUTHER. 

WALDRON, ROBERT. 

Out of this world. See HAYWARD, 
JOYCE. 

WALLACE, MAUDE ORITA . 

Who stole the tarts? A musical play in 
1 act, 2 scenes, for elementary 
grades. © 5Dec44; D76383 . C. S. 
Lewis, Jr. & Rosella Lee Lewis Been 
(C); 25Apr72; R5278o4. 

WILKINSHAW, ARTHUR, pseud. 

Your wife for mine; a comedy in 3 
acts . © 20Apr44; DU88993 . 
Michael Kallesser & Frances Lynch 
(A); 10Apr72; R526079- 



WILLIAMS, EMLYN. 

The wind of heaven; a play in three 
acts. © 3Feb45; D92221 . Emlyn 
Williams (A); 2Mar72; R5244o8. 

WILLIAMS, TENNESSEE. 

Auto-da-fe; a tragedy in one act. 
© 9Feb45; D92496 . Tennessee Wil- 
liams (A); 20Mar72; R525362. 

The glass menagerie; or. The gentleman 
caller. A play. © 13Mar45; D9263I. 
Tennessee Williams (A); 20Mar72; 
R525364. 

The strangest kind of romance; a lyric 
play in 4 scenes. © 9Feb45; D92497. 
Tennessee Williams (A); 20Mar72; 
R525363 . 

27 wagons full of cotton; A Mississip-. 
pi Delta comedy. One act play. 
© 9Feb45; D92495. Tennessee Wil- 
liams (A); 20Mar72; R525361. 

WILLIS, GRACE. 

Lovers' serenade; music by Grace 
Willis &: Jesse Manley. Book only. 
© 20Mar44; D88325. Grace Willis 
(Mrs. Thomas Willis) (A); lFeb72; 
R522457. 

WILLIS, MRS. THOMAS. See WILLIS, GRACE. 

WRIGHT, ROBERT. 

Song of Norway. See LAZARUS, MILTON. 



YORDAN, PHILIP. 

Anna Lucasta. © 15Feb45 ; D92390. 
Philip Yordan (A); 4Apr72; R525408. 



ZOLA, EMILE. 

Cousin Theresa. See JOB, THOMAS. 



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Omitted are titles of serials and other works which are entered under title in the 
first two sections. Below each title is the heading under which the main entry is to 
be found in the current or renewal section. Renewal registrations are identified by 
the symbol (R). 



ABC's of the environment. 
GREENEBAUM, MARY MOSS. 

A.D. 2000-plus: mission to New York. 
NOBLE, G. L. 

A. Fink. 

LIGHTSTONE, PETER. 

A flat and A sharp. 
BEITH, JOHN HAY. (R) 

AVT system. 

MEDIA SYSTEMS CORP. 

Aaron Burr's pouch. 
THE LOHE RANGER. (R) 

Abel et Bela. 

PINGET, ROBERT. 

Able seaman Rellly;. 
HAISLIP, HARVEY. 

Abraham Lincoln comes home. 
ROBINSON, EARL. (R) 

Abskalapsa tree. 
WYMAN, DAN. 

Absorbing problem. 
BEERS, M. DOUGLAS. 

Abstract nouns. 

ECHEWA, T. OBINKAEAM. 

Accidentally yours. 

SNAPP, PAULINE WILLIAMS. (R) 

Ace bandage. 

SMITH, ANDREW A. 

Ace of spades. 

HOUCK, JOY N., JR. 

Acharnians, 

LEVENTHAL, ANN Z. 

Achiever's profile. 

INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANTS 
(NORTH AMERICA) LTD. 
Achieving continuous growth. 

INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANTS 
(NORTH AMERICA) LTD. 

Acolyte. 

PAGE, ALLEN BARTHOLOMEW. 



Diagnosis and 



Acorn Manor. 

MACDONALD, MARTHA LYNN. 

Act and the image. 
SCRANTOH, GEORGE A. 

Acting class. 

DUKORE, LAWRENCE. 

Adaptation and illusion. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Addiction. 

HOLTER, RICHARD D. 

Additive color. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Adrienne's summer. 
LANG, WILLIAM A. 

Adult celiac disease: 
treatment . 
MANN, KINGS LEY M. 

Adult delinquent. 
DALE, ALAN. 

Advanced training techniques . 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Advantages of whole life over term 
insurance to protect permanent 
insurance needs. 
SATELL, RICHARD D. 

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. 
TAMBORNINO, JEFFREY 0. 

Adventures of Mr. Black and Mr. 
Blaustein turned Blue. 
ROSENBAUM, PETER. 

Adventures of Peter Rabbit. 
MONDSHEIN, KENNETH. 

Adventures of Snow White and Nehpets 
Knarf . 
ELLENA, MARILYN. 

Idventures of the Ogden Edsl Wahalia 
Blues Ensemble Mondo Bizarrio Band. 
FRENZER, BILL. 

Adventures of Tom Jones. 
CARVER, ROBERT D. 

Adventures of Tom Sawyer. 
VACCA, MICHELE L. 

Advisors. 

COHEN, ERIC. 



Advocates. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

Aesop in the afternoon. 
CULLUM, ALBERT. 

Affaire Edouard. 
SHAW, BARNETT. 

Africa. 

PRIMUS, PEARL. 

African studies collection. 

IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CORP. 

After the blue balloon. 
BANOV, ROBERT LOUIS. 

After the party. 
LONDON, HELAINE I. 

After two decades of marriage. 
PERSONS, PATRICIA. 

Afterglow. 

BANKS, CAROL PRICE. 

Afternoon of a bull. 
BLUMENFELD, LENORE. 

Afternoon of a faun. 
GREGORY, FRANK. 

Against the dawn. 

DUDLEY, BARBARA HUDSON. 

Against the Maple Leaf Club. 
FAGAN, THOMAS DUKE. 

Agreement on Damhaix. 
ARDEN, JAMES. 

Agriculture and fishing. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FIIMS . 

Ah, the nitty gritty. 
SCHINDELER, EDWARD J. 

Ah wak. 

MASON, MARY. 

Ah, wilderness. 

O'NEILL, EUGENE GLADSTONE. 

Ailing probate courts. 

MINST, LENA W. 
Air and space age. 

SANDERSON FIIMS, INC. 
Airline performance. 

SANDERSON FILMS, INC. 

Aj'ax News Service, 
OVERTON, MORRIS B. 



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Jan -Ju 



Ajax Railroad. 

OVERTON, MOEHIS B. 

Al Jennings. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Alamo Anderson. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Alas, poor George. 
MUWZ, GEORGE R. 

Albert. 

PASHALIDES, JAMES. 

Alexander Academy presents mind 
engineering. 
KURTZ, ALEXANDER. 

Alexandra D. Xenopol. 

THEODORU, STEFAN GHEORGHE. 

Alice in horror land. 
ALBO, JOHN. 

Alice in wonderland. 
GREGORY, ANDRE. 
VACCA, MICHELE L. 

Alice's adventures in Wonderland. 
VACCA, MICHELE L. 

All-Amerlcan piece. 
MADERO, ROBERT. 

All for nothing. 
HUGAR, RONALD C. 

All God's chlllun'. 

RUMDLE, VESTA MAE BUTLER. 

All in the family. 

SCHOLNICK, JEFFREY ALAN. 
SCHULER, ANNIE CAROLINE. 
STEINGAED, EDWARD P. 

All in the public interest. 
BROIDE, GLORIA. 

All over town. 

SCHISGAL, MURRAY. 

All the caterpillars you want. 
STIRLING, NORA. 

All the king's men. 
ROSSEN, ROBERT. 

All the world's a stage. 
SCHWARTZ, EUGENE. 
SWORTZELL, LOWELL, ed. 

All those helpers out there. 
HEATHERTEL ENTERPRISES, INC. 

Alley. 

MIDAY, CHARLES J. 

Allness of God and His spiritual 
creations . 
TAYLOR, BENJAMIN F. 

Alma. 

BERLIN, JOYCE E. 

Alma's rules. 

LEES, RICHARD L. 

Alt-Wein. 

STEINBRECHER, ALEXANDER. (R) 

Alternate family styles. 
EGGERS, OSCAR R. 

Altogether lovely One. 
JONES, BOB. 

Alvlra Tlra's looking book. 
WISWELL, THOMAS GERARD. 

Always follow up. 

BUREAU OP BUSINESS PRACTICE, INC. 

Am I my brother's keeper. 
WEEKER, HENRICK N. 

Amazing Grace. 

ROBINSON, MATTHEW T. 



Amber keyhole. 

ASHLEY, FRANKLIN B. 

America in heat. 
RUTMAN, LEO. 

American brass band showboat. 
ELLISON, GERALD L. 

American classroom: an environmental 
waste. 
KRAUKLIS, JEFFERY HAROLD. 

American funeral. 
KUZIA, ROBERT. 

American night cry: Thunder in the 
index. 
DEAN, PHILLIP HAYES. 

American primitive. 
GIBSON, WILLIAM. 

American woman in love. 
JORDAN, PHILIP H. 

Americans. 

O'LAUGHLIN, CAROLINE L. 

Among social supports for individual 
fulfillment, a model for local well- 
being. 

INSTITUTE FOR RELIGIOUS & SOCIAL 
STUDIES. 

Amphitryon. 

GIRADOUX, JEAN. 

Analysis of investment income property. 
HARRIS, KENNETH W. 

Analyzing secondary scope patterns. 
MT. SAN JACINTO JUWIOR COLLEGE 
DISTRICT (CALIF.) 

Ancestor. 

TEEZAKIS, ANGELOS. 

And a glass of water is a nickel. 
KELLEY, KEVIN DAVID. 

And dare. to die. 

OEOZCO, ELOY ROBERT, JR. 

And never yield. 

FINCH, BETTY SMITH. (R) 

And now a word from our sponsor. 
PALMER, LEIGH. 

And obey. 

ROONEY, JAMES R. 
And that's the truth. 
TOMLIN, LILY. 

And with these hands. 
GOLD, BARRY E. 

Andrew. 

GOSS, CLAYTON E. 

Angel. 

FRIEND, ROBERT. 

Angel child. 

REACH, JAMES. (R) 

Angellque, the good tooth fairy. 
KAYE, JONI. 

Angelo. 

PERENY, GEORGE STEPHEN. 

Angelo and Angela. 
NEBBIA, MICHAEL. 

Angelus. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Animal. 

MOEEISSEY, PAUL. 

Anna Luoasta. 

YORDAN, PHILIP. (R) 

Annabelle Varsity at the Rose Bowl game. 
HARRIS, SUZAIME. 

Annie Oakley. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 



Annie's pad. 
KOCH, NORMA A. 

Anthology of Greek tragedy. 
COOK, ALBERT. 

Anthony Burns. 

FRENI, PASQUAL N. 

Antiarrhythmics . 

PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OP PHARMACY & 
SCIENCE. 

Antichrist . 

GAUWTLEY, TIMOTHY. 

Anticoagulants. 

PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF PHARMACY & 
SCIENCE. 

Antllipemic drugs. 

PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OP PHARMACY & 
SCIENCE. 

Antique auctioneer. 

MAJOR, MICHAEL JOSEPH. 

Antiques and counterfeits. 

TALMADGE, MILDRED BARNES. 
Antonio. 

FERLITA, ERNEST, S.J. 

Anything is possible. 
NAHCY, WILLIAM. 

Apartment to share . 
CURLEY, HELEN. 

Apollo. 

EISENBERG, LARRY. 

Apologia. 

BARCLAY, MARY BETH. 

Appalachian play- party. 
ARCHER, PATRICIA E. 

Appearance of Alston Carr. 
SULLIVAN, JOSEPH HERBERT. 

Apple desserts. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

Appomattox. 

SERLEN, BRUCE. 

Are you sure you've never done this 
before. 
MCENEANEY, JAMES J. 

Are your clients leasing trouble. 
SHELBY PUB. CORP. 

Arena. 

MODES, PAUL W. 

Aries. 

FARON, FAY CHERYL. 

Ark. 

ESTADT, JOSEPH E. 

Ark! Ark! 1 can't swim. 
DIAMOND, MARVIN BARRY. 

Armed love. 
WOLFF, RUTH. 

Army shrink. 

CURTIS, JAMES NEIL. 

Arnie. 

PERSONS, PATRICIA. 

Arrest that mother. 

SPERLING (KAREN) PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Arrlviderci, Roma. 
ROSOW, BELLE. 

Ars gratia mortis. 

SCHWARTZ, BRUCE STANTON. 

Art Of bellerin' (bellowing) 
MILLS, LINCOLN. 

Art of recording. 
MCPHERSON, JERRY H. 



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89 



Arthur and Myra show. 

JAMES, JESSICA. 
Artichoke. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

Article 48. 

JOHNSON, ARTHUR G. 

As fresh as all outdoors. 
FORGIONE, JOHN. 
As long as it's morning. 
HATCH, MARILYN AYERS . 

As you like it. 
GIBBONS, MARK. 

Asparagus. 

ARTHUR, FRED H. 
Aspects for time check. 

SAINER, ARTHUR. 

Assassination of Senator Long. 
PORTER, TERRY. 

Assembly. 

PITCAIRNE, ARCHIBALD. 

Assessment interview. 

BOSTON COLLEGE, CHESTNUT HILL, MASS. 
SCHOOL OF NURSING. 

Assumption of evil. 
ROSS, HOWARD ALAN. 

Astro cleaning nauts. 
HAMMER, GEORGE J. 

At a beetle's pace. 
CATRON, LOUIS E. 

At desert's edge. 
PREHEIM, LYLE. 

At the sound of the tone. 
POROIOHE, JOHN. 

Athlete's foot. 
DAMATO, ANTHONY. 

Attack. 

BROWN, PETER S. 

Audience . 

MIDAY, CHARLES J. 

Audio journal review: General surgery. 
MCCLELLAND, ROBERT N., ed . 

Audition. 

HAMMER, GEORGE J. 
Auditory perception skills development 

program. 

EDUCATION UNLIMITED CORP. 

Author. 

MCQUADE, WILLIAM J. 

Auto-da-fe. 

WILLIAMS, TENNESSEE. (R) 

Auto tape tours script on land hermit 
crabs. 
COMPREHENSIVE COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 

Automobile insurance policies. 
INSURORS PRESS J INC. 

Autumn . 

PADILLA, TONY. 

Aviation/aerospace fundamentals. 
SANDERSON FILMS, INC. 

Aviation history. 

SANDERSON FILMS, INC. 

Awe of Ooh. 

BROAD HURST, RICHARD A. 

Aztecs. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 



B 



Ba ba bu. 

RAIRDEN, TRUDY. 



Baby dear in the deep white snow. 
NEWMAN, BENJAMIN U. 

Baby teaser. 
AEEIGHI, MEL. 

Babylon. 

ANTHONY, EARL LEON. 

Back roads. 

BARRON, RICHARD N. 

Bad Witch and the little prince. 
GARCIA, GILBERT. 

Badge of honor, 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Bags. 

GARZA, BALDEMAR H. 

Bags, bombs and other delights. 
CROSS, JUDITH ELLEN. 

Baker's royalty plays. 
FEENEY, MARTIN. 

Ballad for New York. 
JORDAN, PHILIP H. 

Ballad of an honest cop. 
DE MISI-CEY, JULIAN. 

Ballad of "Box" Brown. 
KEMP, EMME. 

Ballad of Sigmund Schwartz 0' Hooligan. 
RUDERMAN, MYRON. 

Balloons. 

CARROLL, JOHN F. 

Bam boo. 

NOLLMAN, JAMES. 

Banco . 

LIFSON, DAVID S. 

Bandages. 

BATMAN, LARRY LANE. 

Bank robbery episode. 
CARL, ELDEN, JR. 

BankerTape. 

CONTINENTAL ILLINOIS NATIONAL BANK & 
TRUST CO. OF CHICAGO. 

Bantam classic, SC4034. 
SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

Bantam drama, 0M479O. 
BULLINS, ED. 

Bantam world drama. 
GASSNER, JOHN. 
WAITH, EUGENE. 

Barbara. 

COOPER, EUGENE S. 

Barbarians . 

GORDON J CHABLES F. 

Bargain's a bargain. 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Barrington. 

EDELSTEIN, ROBERT. 

Barrio tragedy. 
OLVEKA, ENRIQUE. 

Bascule. 

BRESLER, MARJORIE. 

Basic communications. 
VAN ROY, MRS. C. 

Basic labor law. 
JULIAN, ROBERT. 

Basic triumphant philosophy of truth 
and life, lesson no.l. 
LEVERT, CLINTON J., JR. 

Basics of business interruption 
insurance. 
SHELBY PUB. CORP. 



Basquerie. 

LAIRD, BRUCE. 

Bat Masterson. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Batalla del honor. 

VEGA CARPIO, LOPE FELIX DE. 

Bathroom basic. 

LEHN & FINK PRODUCTS. 

Bathtub . 

BARSCHI, JACK. 

Battling black Congressman. 
KIRK, ALBERT B. 

Bavarian combo. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

Be careful hov; you live. 

HOLDEN, ANTON. 
Be kind to people week. 

HAYDEN, NAUR A. 
Beast. 

OST, ROBERT S. 

Beatrice. 

EULO, KENNETH R. 

Beautiful Francis. 
ARTHUR, FRED H. 

Beauty and the beast. 
URBANO, ANTHONY H. 

Becoming a trainer. 

INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANTS 
(NORTH AMERICA) LTD. 

Bed. 

FLOYD, RONALD ELVIN. 
PHILLIPS, DOROTHY. 

Beecher's Island. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Beethoven's fifth symphony. 
SCHICKELE, PETER. 

Before the flour is ready. 
PORTER, TEDDY. 

Before the white man came. 
EL-HADI, SULIAMAN. 

Begin with shrimp. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

Beginning of the real beginning. 
BOGNER, JAMES P. 

Beginning your speech. 

BUREAU OF BUSINESS PRACTICE, INC. 

Behind my mind. 
VINCENT, JANE. 

Being black and I'm proud. 
BONNER, WELDON. 

Bell, book 8c candle. 
CARUSO, JOSEPH, JR. 

Bell for Adano. 
OSBORN, PAUL. (R) 

Belle de jour. 
BUNUEL, LUIS. 

Belle Russe. 
LEVY, EDWIN L. 

Belle Starr. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Ben Thompson. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Bendito de Pablito. 
MUILER, MARIA. 



Benedict. 

MANNING, MICHAEL JOHN. 

Benedict Arnold. 

MCPHEE, FRANCES liARGRAVE. 



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DRAMAS 



Jan -June 



Benjamin is dead. 
FADIGAH, ELLEN. 

Bermuda memory. 
FRAZE, CARL ALAN. 

Bertha May's cherry rocker. 
MCLEAN J KEKHETH A. 

Bessie. 

MCCALL, JAMES R. 

Best of all the Washlngtons. 
STERLING J ROBERT T. 

Best of friends. 

COHEN, ELAINE RUTHPIELD. 

Best playiS of I97O-197I. 

GUERNSEY, OTIS L., JR., ed. 

Besuch der alten Dame. 
EINEM, GOTTFRIED YOS . 

Betrayal. 

TOOBY, AtWE N. 

Better business by telephone. 
KIRKLEY PRESS, INC. 

Better luck next time. 
KAPUR, JAOMOHAK. 

Better man. 
WEIL, HENRY. 

Between sunsets. 
DICKMAN, KENNETH. 

Between the dark and the daylight. 
GAYLOR, ALAN L. 

Beverage metering system, 
WESSELY, FRANK L. 

Bible in living sound. 
SENTINEL RECORDINGS. 

Bible lectures. 

TAYLOR, BENJAMIN P. 

Bicycle built for ten., 
JOY, ARTHUR FRANCIS. 

Big city blues. 

KULJIAN, ROY RONALD. 

Big fish, little fish and personnel 
problems, 
HEATHERTEL ENTERPRISES, INC. 

Big John. 

DE JONG, RALPH J. 

Big kiss- off. 
HARRISON, YALE. 

Big Whltey's a comln'. 
MCCARTHY, MICHAEL J. 

Bigger, better, meaty burger, your 
local burgerman, the Arctic Road run- 
ner. 
SANCHIS, RICHARD S. 

Bijoux. 

YIH, SHIRLEY A. 

Bilge rats to bilge examiners. 
HEATHERTEL ENTERPRISES, INC. 

Bill Gage. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Billy Hofer and the quarterback sneak. 
EULO, KENNETH R. 

Billy Rebel goes collegiate. 
PARADXSO, ROGER. 



Billy the Kid. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Billy Tilghman. 

THE LONE RANGEE. (R) 



Blm and boom. 

REDMON, LOIS KIVETT. 

Birdcage. 

HARWOOD, FRYNEWYD TENNYSON JESSE. 

Birds of a feather. 
THE GREEN HORNET. (R) 

Birds of passage. 
BRADFORD, BENJAMIN. 

Birds word. 

PUDIM, ALAPIA. 

Birth. 

COHEN, ERIC. 

Birth of the addict. 
MOTEN, AUDREY MARIE. 

Birth of tomorrow. 
RANDOLPH, JERRY. 

Birthday dog. 

STEELE, MARION A. 

Birthday party. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Birthday present. 
ROSENBERG, ROSS. 

Bishops . 

RICHARDS, DELOIS. 

Bitches are here. 

AUERBACH, DAVID MARTIN. 

Bitter Creek Newoomb. 
SMITH, VIRGINIA. 

Bitter water. 

SCHMIDT, WALTER ROEBER. 

Bitty witties . 
LEVY, J. C. 

Blabbermouth. 

THE GREEN HORNET. (R) 

Black Cat John. 

BURROUGHS, EARL S. 

Black Cherry. 

MAXWELL, ROBERT A. 

Black education and black hospital 
seals . 
HARRIS, LONZO X., JR. 

Black girl. 

FRANKLIN, J. E. 

Black godfather. 

CARDAMONE, JOSEPH L. 

Black harvest: Harlem faith center. 
CHRISTIAN, HERMEANIA IDALIA. 

Black ivory. 

COLLIE, BRENDA FA YE. 

Black Jesus. 
EULO, KEN. 

Black legend of Shrule. 
COOPER, TIM DAVIE. 

Black magenta. 
FERLAINE, JOHN. 
FERLAINE, JOHN A. 

Black mountain. 
CALIVA, EMALYN. 

Black power. 

JACKSON, LOUIS. 

Black rose murder. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 

Black September. 
YESHURUN, ISAAC. 

Black soldier. 

EL-HADI, SULIAMAN. 

Black widow. 

PASATIERI, THOMAS. 



Black writers and black sociohistoriog 
raphy . 
JULIEN, VIRGINIA W. 

(R) Blackmail for murder. 

THE GREEN HORNET. (R) 

Blackout, 

GATH, JOSEPH. 

Blacks . 

COHEN, ERIC. 

Blacktide. 

HUHN, AUSTIN 0., II. 

Blackula . 

BURROUGHS, EARL S. 

Blade of honor. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Bless me. Father. 

ALPAUGH, RONALD CRAIG. 

Blind deception. 
KOESIS, ROBERT. 

Blind gun. 

STEVENS, JAMES ARCE. 

Blondell. 

JACOBSON, AARON. 
Blood . 

CORBEIL, MICHEL. 

Blood dome. 

BAIERLEIN, EDWARD R. 

Blood in a cherub's eye. 

BLACKWELDEE, STEPHEN MYRON. 

Bloodsmith saga. 

STALLONE, SYLVESTER E. 

Bloodthirsty. 

SWANN, TERRENCE GATH. 

Bloom is off the rose. 

PETRIDES, AVEA. 

Blue dahlias. 

DRYWATER, NATALIE, pseud. (R ) 

Blue eyes. 

LASRY, GWYNETH HUGHES. 

Bluebeard in Babylon. 
BLUMENFELD, LENORE. 

Blues changes. 
HARRIS, NEIL. 

Boa constrictor. 

BRADFORD, BENJAMIN. 

Bobo's old man. 
URBANT, KAY. 

Body metal. 

AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY. 

Boesman and Lena. 

FUGARD, ATHOL. 
Boeuf bourgulgnon. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

Bolivar and Hacksaw. 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Bonanza . 

GARCIA, GILBERT. 

Boo hoo. 

MAGDALANY, PHILIP. 



BREAD & BUTTER LTD., INC. 

Boogie woogie bugler Company V, 
O'BRIEN, WILLIAM GEORGE. 

Book. 

MOMYER, THOMAS W., JR. 

Book of Catherine. 

EDRICH, JOSEPH GEORGE. 

Book of gates. 

FICEK, THOMAS KAREL. 



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Book of Job. 
WOODj LEON J. 

Book of Revelation. 
SMITH, WILBUR M. 

Boot Hill secret. 

THE LONE RANGER, (R) 

Booth called war. 
HORWITZ, LEONARD. 

Border crossing. 

WINGATE, GIFFORD W. 

Border rose. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Boredom of watching falling plaster. 
GRIFFIN, OSCAR. 

Borgne . 

MAHET, EDUARDO. 

Boricua, el Dominicano y el Cubano. 
PANIAGUA, JOSE A. 

Born of a woman. 

EMERSON, GERALDINE B. 

Borstal boy. 

MCMAHON, FRANK. 

Boss. 

COHEN, ERIC. 

Bottle-tied . 

SHANDS, AITOETTE. 

Bourgeois gentllhomme. 

MOLIERE, JEAN BAPTISTE POQUELIN. 

Box of tears. 

DE MORA, ROBERT. 

Boxer garden. 
MAECK, PETER. 

Boy who couldn't cry wolf. 
SHER, ROSE. 

Bozena. 

GRUENWALD, ALFRED. (R) 

Brachlstochrones . 

ENZMANN, ROBERT DUNCAN. 

Braille. 

BATEMAB, LARRY LANE. 

Brain dynamics. 

SMALL, SIDNEY ROBERT. 

Brake shoe grinder. 

MT. SAN JACINTO JUNIOR COLLEGE 
DISTRICT (CALIF. ) 

Bread. 

WARGO, LOUIS G. 

Bread and butter. 
FOOH, DENNIS. 

Break the bank. 

KENNEDY, THOMAS J. (R) 

Breaking through the pound barrier. 
NEUMARK, SARAH C. 

Breaking up. 

FORGIONE, JOHN. 

Breakthrough with brainstorming. 

INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANTS 
(NORTH AMERICA) LTD. 

Bridging the generation gap. 

INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANTS 
(NORTH AMERICA) LTD. 

Brief fame of John Copper. 
THE SHADOW. (R) 

Bright day to you, Kieran Loftus. 
HOAR, MARGARET. 

Bringlng-up brother. 
ROSALES, SYLVIA. 

Brink of disaster. 
ROSEHCRANS, LEO S. 



Brlskin Chevrolet ole. 
TANZ, EUGENE ROBERT. 

British are coming. 
YETTER, C. W. 
YETTER, CLIFF WAYNE. 

Brochettes, kebabs and skewers. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

Broken reed. 

MULCAHY, LUCILLE B. 

Brother's keepers. 

FARBER, THOMAS DAVID. 

Brownstone urge. 
FOSTER, GLADYS S. 

Brushing. 

PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION & RESEARCH. 

Bubbles. 

MIRESSI, ROBERT. 

Budullnik. 

RISON, LA VERNE. 

Buechse der Pandora. 
PABST, G. W. 

Buffalo Bill. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Bug a little tenderness. 
CLAY, BURIEL, II. 

Build your own fire. 
DANIELS, ¥. LEO. 

Building family bridges. 
FISHER, HOWARD W., ed. 

Bukharin in Paris . 
DAVIS, JOSEPH. 

Bull gets the matador once in a life- 
time. 
COE, ELIZABETH J. 

Bulldozer ballet. 
BIERMAN, MEGAN. 



c 



Bureau. 
GROSS , 



RONALD L. 



Burger deluxe. 
SERLEN, BRUCE. 

Burns Mantle yearbook. 

GUERNSEY, OTIS L., JR., ed 

Bus 'em or bust. 
GRIWER, ELSIE, JR. 

Bust your buttons. 
ELKIND, SAMUEL. 

Busy, busy, busy. 

BENEDICT, STEWART H. 

But, Doctor, are you sure. 
DUMAS, MILDRED. 

But 1 can't go alone. 
REDWOOD, JOHN H., III. 

But what about me. 
RICHARDS, NORMAN. 

But what if tomorrow comes. 
ZIEGLER, BETTE. 

Butterflies . 

SOLBES, GEORGES LUCIEN. 

Buxom bride. 

ZEIDELMAN, CLAIRE. 

Buy me. Daddy, buy me. 
PARKS, CLARA L. 

By proxy. 

FULLER, CLEMENT ARTHUR. (R) 

Byron. 

GARRETT, CHARLES J. 



CP Jogger. 

MATLOCK, NORMAN. 

Cackle. 

SERLEN, BRUCE. 

Caesar sneezes. 
NADLER, REUBEN. 

Cain. 

KASBERG, KARL G. 

Calamity Jane. 
THE LONE RANGER. 



(R) 



Calamity on the campus. 

COPE, EDWARD E. 

Calendar Magician. 
GIBOR, YAEL T. 

Calhoun' s men. 

MCGLYNN, JAMES B. 

Caligula. 

CAMUS, ALBERT, (r) 

Calipers and dividers. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Call it coincidence. 
PAGTEE, HAMS DE. 

Call it Frisco. 

ARNOLD, RICHARD K. 

Calvina . 

DE STRAUSS, DEJAH. 

Cameo Kid. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Campus deadline. 

BAEBEE, LINDSEY. (R) 

Can two walk together. 
MCGINLAY, JAMES. 

Candida. 

BILOWIT, IRA J. 

Candidate. 

FULLER, CHARLES H., JR. 

Candied peel. 

GARY, FALKLAND L. (R ) 

Candlelight. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Candles alight . 

SHERMAN, ALICE ELLA. (R) 

Candlethoughts . 

KELLER, SUSAN BAUER. 

Canine counter-culture. 
STUBBS, IRENE. 

Canonero. 

AGNEY, TIMOTHY GUY. 

Canter vi lie. 
MARCH, DAVID. 

Canterville ghost. 
MARCH, DAVID. 

Capitol offence. 

STIRES, THOMAS CHARLES. 

Captain Gingerbread versus the spooned 
faced Drumllns. 
VOSS, ROBERT W. 

Captain Schelle, Captain Essoh. 
REZVANI, MEDJIK KAN. 

Captain Vargas. 
NEVINS, LINDA M. 

Captives . 

LOVJE, JOHN PATRICK. 

Cardiovascular medicine for nurses and 
medical personnel. 
NOBLE, BAXTER GARDNER. 



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Cardioversion. 

MASK, KINGSLEy M. 

Care and handling of boats and things. 
MCCREERY, ROYAL B. 

Care for me. Care. 
APODACA, JOSEPH S. 

Careers in aviation and space. 
SANDERSON FILMS, INC. 

Carmen. 

HAMMERSTEINj OSCAR, 2d. (E) 
ZEIDEIMAN, CLAIRE. 

Carmen Jones. 

HAMMERSTEIN, OSCAR, 2d. (R) 
Carmencita. 

ZEIDELMAN, CLAIRE. 

Carol (e) 

WATSON, HARMON S. 

Carolina of the garbage dump. 
BLUMENFELD, LENORE . 

Carousel. 

HAMMERSTEIN, OSCAR, 2d. (R) 



Carrigan's line. 
THE LONE RANGER. 



(R) 

Carry on, Mr. Bowdltch. 
MILLER, CLAIRE G. 

Casanova in der Schweiz. 

BURKHARD, PAUL. (R) 
Case. 

DUCK, ARTHUR. 

Case for morale. 

EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Case of communication. 

WESTPIELD, JANE. 
Case of sublimation. 

DAMATO, ANTHONY. 

Case of the flaming skull. 
THE SHADOW. (R) 

Case of the river of eternal woe. 
THE SHADOW. (R) 

Case study. 

DECISION MEDIA, INC. 

Castaway. 

PECKIHPAH, SAM. 

Castle of dreams. 
PULITO, ANNIE M. 

Cat stretch. 

POSTON, JANE. 
Cat who walked by himself. 

HARRIS, AURAND. 
Catch me if you can. 
BANOV, ROBERT LOUIS. 

Catching and running. 

HEATHERTEL ENTERPRISES, INC. 

Caterpillar carol. 

LAMBIN, HELEN EEICHERT. 

Cathedral. 

LOWTHER, GEORGE FRANCIS. (R) 

Catherine of Siena: saint. 
BEAN, MURIEL. 

Caviar to the general. 
IGO, HAROLD. 

Ce Malinalli. 

BLACK, LOIS HOBART. 

Ceacht a h-aon: am. 
MASON, RUSSELL B. 

celebrate me. 

SCHAPPERT, EDNA. 

Celebration: Jooz/Guns/Movies/The 
abyss. 
SAINER, ARTHUR. 

Centaure. 

HUSSON, ALBERT. 



Centurion. 

MALOOF, WILLIAM. 
Century plant. 
CONBOY, PRANK J. 

Ceramic womb. 

METZGER, WENDELL. 

Ceremonial welcoming of an infant to 
the earth plane. 
SAIS, HAZEL A. 

Certain sacrifices are in order. 
JONES, DONALD RAYBURN. 

Chance. 

HAMILTON, JAMES F., JR. 

Change has got to come. 
GANT, LISBETH A. 

Change of life. 

NAUGHTON, LOUISE E. 

Changeling. 

LEE, ARTHUR S., III. 

Changes. 

JONES, ROBERT GUILFORD. 
OLIVO, JOHN ANGELO. 

Changing faces. 

WESTERN DISTRICT YOUNG PEOPLE'S UNION. 

Changing hands. 
DONMELLAN, DON. 

Changing of Zorelda's self-image. 
HOPKINS, JOAN COBB. 

Changing room. 
STOREY, DAVID. 

Channel feeling. 

KINAHAN, FRANCIS X. 

Channels. 

HEYMANN, JERRY . 

Charles Hanson a.k.a. Jesus Christ. 
JENNINGS, FABIAN JOSEPH. 



Charles XII. 
STRINDBERG, 



AUGUST . 



Charlotte. 

SABATH, BERNARD. 

Chasing rainbows. 

ZAGOREN, MARC ALAN. 
Chateau en Suede. 
SAGAN, FRANCOISE. 

Chateau in Sweden. 
SAGAN, FRANCOISE. 

Chavin to Inoa. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Checks and endorsements. 

CHASE MAMHATTAN BANK, N.A. 

Cheerful Charlie pigshite. 
STALLONE, SYLVESTER E. 

Cheese souffle. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOST' 

Chemicals In the environment. 
AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY. 

Chemistry makes strange bedfellows. 
KERRIGAN, ROSETTA M. 

Cheri. 

LOOS, ANITA. 

Cherrysh. 

LENWAY, WILMER EZRA. 

Chess lessons for beginners. 
KASHDAN, ISAAC. 

Chicago 8 Trial of the century. 
LONG, J. ARTHUR. 

Chicago's passion play. 
JONES, WILLA SAUNDERS. 



Chickens in the garden, possum in the 
stew. 
NICHOLS, MARTHA M. 

Chief Crazy Horse. 

O'LAUGHLIN, CAROLINE L. 

Child. 

CEPEDA, LOUIE. 
DORSETT, ROBERT. 

Child in Vinci. 

STITES, RAYMOND S. 

Child of the dark: the diary of 

Carolina Maria de Jesus . 

BLUMENFELD, LENORE. 
Children. 

MCGUIRE, MICHAEL. 

RUEDIGER, STEPHEN K. 

Children of the sea and three other 

unpublished plays. 

O'NEILL, EUGENE GLADSTONE. 
Children's mass. 

COMBS, FREDERICK. 

Chinese and American fable. 
PLOTKIN, EDWARD J. 

Chinese football. 

RIVERO, FRANCISCO VICTOR. 

Chino, California Prison. 
SULLIVAN, JAMES PHILIP. 

Chiropractic, the master key to health. 
KUXHAUS, RICHARD LEE. 

Chivalry. 

ARTHUR, FRED H. 
r^Vi {*! r* f^ n fl,"!' p Pf5,"lcp 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

Chop, Chop. 

TELEPROMPTER CORP. 

Chop cop handyman. 
THE LONE RANGER. 



(E) 



Chicken ain't nothin' 
LEWIS, W. F. 

Chicken cacciatore. 
DAMATO, ANTHONY. 



but a bird. 



Christian evidences. 
MATTHEWS, VICTOR. 

Christmas . 

WALLACE, LILLIAN ROWELL. 

Christmas at the Browns' house. 
ANDREWS, MAUREEN ARHHOLT. 

Christmas brat. 

MILLER, THEODORA L. 

Christmas ca,rol, 

GRECKEL, WILBERT C. 
VACCA, MICHELE L. 

ZEIDELMAN, CLAIRE. 

Christmas carol for J. I. Rodale. 
BRICKLIN, MARK. 

Christmas cor(r)al. 

WILSON, BASIL WRIGLEY. 

Christmas is. 
STRONG, MARY. 

Christmas is for everyone. 
SEYMOUR, JESSICA M. 

Christmas portrait. 
JONES, CHARLES M. 

Christmas tree, 
HERRI CK, LYNN. 

Christmas window. 

BACHMAN, GREGORY ALLEN. 

Christology. 

DICKASON, C. FRED. 
Chuck wagon champ. 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Chulo . 

CORDOVA, CAESAR AUGUSTO. 

Churp. 

HACKIN, DENNIS EVERETT. 



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chute des masques. 

YOURCENAR, MARGUERITE. 

Cigarette smoking is dangerous to your 
health. 
HAMMER, GEORGE J. 

Cinderella. 

MAISSEL, ALEXANDER. 

Cinderella-pressure golf. 
CHAPLIN, SYDNEY. 

Cinnamon bear. 

HEISCH, ELIZABETH. 

Circle. 

MOYER, THOMAS P. 

Circle of excellence. 
JIRGAL, EVELYN M. 

Circle of honor. 

UNITED PARCEL SERVICE OF AMERICA, 
INC. 

Circles Just go 'round and 'round. 

ANDERSON, ROQUE W. 
Circumstances alter cases. 

THE GREEN HORNET. (R) 

Cisco Pike. 

NORTON, BILL L. 

Citizen number one. 

BOGUE, LUCILE MAXiFIELD. 
Citizen of the year. 

WEGNER, FRED. 
Civilizations of early America. 
CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Clams got hands . 
BISHOP, SCHUYLER. 

Classic film scripts. 
CLAIR, REHE. 

Classroom and field training. 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Claude Piano. 

MAXHELL, ROBERT A. 

Cleaning. women. 
HAMMER, GEORGE J. 

Cleeching bong. 

WISWELL, THOMAS GERARD. 

Clever Gretel. 

URBAHO, ANTHONY R. 

Cliche clinic. 
WILLETTE, LEO G. 
Click. 

MCCLOSKEY, JOHN ANTHONY, JR. 

Click click. 
JOY, RON. 

Clinic. 

KAPPELMAN, MURRAY. 
Clone. 

GREAVES, STEVEN MERRITT. 
MORRIS, ALDYTH. 

Close look at books 1-10. 
GENERAL LEARNING CORP. 

Cocktail. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

Cocktail sip. 
HARRIS, NEIL. 

Code of conduct. 
MINARIK, RONALD W. 

Coffee — who needs coffee. 
CONWOR, DIANE. 

Coffin for a clown. 
ALBERTSOK, HARRY. 

Cofresi. 

HEKNABDEZ, RAFAEL. 



Cold fear. 
FELLNER, 



CHRISTOPHER ALLYH. 



Colin. 

LLOYD, DAVID HUBERT. 

Collected plays. 
HELLMAN, LILLIAN. 

Collection folio. 

MONTHERLAHT, HENRY DE. 

Collection metamorphosis XXIII. 
PICASSO, PABLO. (R) 

Collection procedures. 

NORTH CAROLINA NATIONAL BANK, 
CHARLOTTE . 

Color. 

SIEGEL, LOIS. 

Color and its perception. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Color of light. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Color of things. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Colorisms . 

ANDERSON, JOHN. 

Colpa. 

DI BENEDETTO, MARCELLO. 

Coma. 

DECISION MEDIA., INC. 
Comadre Maria. 

DOMINGUEZ, SYLVIA MAIDA. 

Come again. 

PARIS, DENISE C. 

Come forth. 

STEENBERGEN, JIMMY JOE. 

Come is rapina una banca. 

LIFSON, DAVTD S. 
Come live with me. 

PINGITORE, CARL. 

Come on in, the water's over your 

head. 

HART, GARY. 
Come the children running. 

LUZZI, PRANK, JR. 

Come with me . 

WOOD, JAMES DAVID. 

Comedy lecture album. 

TAESHIS, BERNARD HOWARD. 

Comedy of Neil Simon. 
SMON, NEIL. 

Coming of the end. 
DONG, DONALD D. 

Coming out. 

BELVILLE, LANCE. 

Coming out of Mary Jane. 
BAGGETT, LARRY W. 

Commencement address. City College of 
New York, June 1, 1971. 
KING, CORETTA SCOTT. 

Commentator. 
COHEN, ERIC. 

Common data base development for infor- 
mation systems of the seventies. 
GETZ, CHARLES W. 

Common ground. 

CHODOROV, EDWARD. (R) 

Communication & cooperation. 

BUREAU OF BUSINESS PRACTICE, INC. 

Communism or Christianity. 
RABB, ALICE. 

Community church of Chesterland, Ohio. 
LUTZ, HELEN M. 

Como ser feliz en el matrimonio. 
SANTOS, ANTONIO SUAEEZ . 

Comparative analysis of rational 
voting behavior: U.S., Canada and 
Britain. 
KLECKA, WILLIAM R. 



(R) 



Components of process. 

BOSTON COLLEGE, CHESTNUT HILL, MASS. 
SCHOOL OF NURSING. 
Computer Olympic's. 

DEMLINGER, DANDOR. 

Concepts Of group effectiveness. 

INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANTS 
(NORTH AlffiRICA) LTD. 

Concerto for film and audience. 
EDER, STEPHEN JOHM. 

Concierto. 

SANTOS, ANTONIO SUAREZ . 

Conclusion. 

THE LONE RANGER. 

Conoupine coupe. 
MATLOCK, N0R14AN. 

Conducting an effective meeting. 

INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANTS 
(NORTH AMERICA) LTD. 

Coney Island cookie jar. 
GLINES, JOHN. 

Conference. 
HARRIS, NEIL. 

Conflict of action. 

MULLER, THOMAS EDWARD. 
Conflict resolution: anatomy of a 
dispute. 
RISK ANALYSIS & RESEARCH CORP. 

Confrontation. 

RICHARDSON, ROY S., JR. 

Confucius: prophet of peace. 
BIBOW, JOAH KkY. 

Conquest and settlement. 

DAVIS, JOHN J. 
Consenting adults. 

SERF, RICHARD. 

Conspiracy. 

LONG, J. ARTHUR. 

Consumer affairs. 
VAN ROY, MRS. C. 

Consumer credit training program I. 
NORTH CAROLINA NATIONAL BANK, 
CHARLOTTE . 

Contact print. 

CHALFI, RAQUEL. 
Contemporary approach to music reading 

for singers. 

MORGAN, GEORGE J. 

Contemporary psalm, 

DUDLEY, BARBARA HUDSON. 

Contract. 

BLUEMKE, RALPH C. 

Contractor. 

STOREY, DAVID. 
Contracts. 

SABO, KENNETH B. 

Conversation with Pearl S. Buck. 
BUCK, PEARL S. 

Conversations between Dr. and Coretta 
Martin Luther King. 
HEGLUND, ARTHUR R. 

Conveyances. 

SABO, KENNETH B. 
Conway ' s fall . 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Cookbook. 

GOLDSTEIN, BENJAMIN. 

Cool it. 

COLEMAN, GEORGE. 

Co-op. 

GARDNER, FRED. 

Cooperative girl. 

COSTELLO, DON C. F. 
Cop oar. 

CURTIS, JAMES NEIL. 



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Coping. 

LENGYEL, PAMELA.. 

Copium. ■ 

ABBOTT, CHARLES. 

Coppelia. 

GRIFFITHS, PHILIP. 

Copycats of Summervllle. 
PERGRIM, ROBERT LEE. 

Corporate deferred compensation. 
GARON, MYRON L. 

Corporation, 

SABO, KEOTTETH B. 

Correction of some vocal problems unique 
to Oriental, Black and Latin American 
voices. 
WYATT, ROLAND. 

Corresponding to the recorded dicta- 
tion. 
SAINT GERMAIN PRESS, INC. 

Cost of creation. 
MENGLE, KATHY E. 

Cost of possession. 
PEARON, HAROLD. 

Count Dracula. 

TILLER, THEODORE, 2d. 

Cousin Theresa. 
JOB, THOMAS. (R) 

Crabes . 

DUBILLARD, ROLAND. 

Crazies. 

ROMERO, GEORGE A. 

Creation of the world, 
CLAY, BURIEL, II. 

Creator. 

ALLEN, ANN. 

Credit and collection course. 
JOHNSON, GERALD ALPHONSO. 

Credit insurance. 
SHELBY PUB. CORP. 

Creep past the mountain lion. 
LEWIS, HAL S., JR. 

Crested skylarks. 
MORANTTE, P. C. 

Cricket in Times Square. 
MILLER, CLAIRE G. 

Crime at cold harbor. 

THE RETURN OP NICK CARTER. (R) 

Crime, judgement and execution of a 
chicken. 
ARCE, MANUEL JOSE, JR. 

Crime machine. 

THE RETURN OP NICK CARTER. (R) 

Crisis after crisis after crisis. 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Crisis in Chuoklewood. 
KADING, CHARLES STANLEY, 

Criticism. 

MILLS, LINCOLN. 

Critics. 

COHEN, ERIC. 
TASCA, EDWARD. 

Critique. 

BOSTON COLLEGE, CHESTNUT HILL, MASS. 
SCHOOL OF NURSING. 

Critter, stay way from my door. 
CEARLEY, EDGAR C. 

Cross-country. 
ORDWAY, SALLY. 



Crossbuilder of Tiberias. 
BOUCHARD, LARRY D. 

Crow before dawn. 
WOOD, SMITH ECKLE. 

Crown of light. 
USIGLI, RODOLPO. 

Crumpet baker and the princess. 
SIMPSON, KARIN P. E. 

Crying Buddha. 
BERLIN, JOYCE E. 

Crystal ball. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Crystallozoa. 

LIEBMAN, HERBERT. 

Cult. 

OAKLAND, SIMON. 

Cummare (The godmother) 
MARGOS, ANTON. 

Cupid & Psyche. 

BAILEY, MICHAEL PATRICK. 

Curiosity of the adroit. 
RICHARD, DENNIS NORMAN. 

Curlcuser and curiouser. 
REDMAN, GERALD EVARTS . 

Currier & Ives. 

JACOBS, FLORA GILL. (R) 

Cyclamate .monsters . 
STRITCH, JOHN. 

Cyclone and sun. 
BURKETT, MARY LOU. 

Cyrano de Bergerac. 
BURGESS, ANTHONY. 

Cyrano de Bergerac, man. 
LEVISTER, ALONZO. 



D 



Daddy Gander. 

FORT, ELEANOR H. 

Daddy, I've been bad. 
BROWN, JOSEPH FRANCIS. 

Daisy, 

SMITH, JULIA. 

Dance in worship. 
BROCK, NANCY. 

Dance of the bullwhips. 
OPATOSHU, DAVID. 

Dancing man. 

BRADFORD, BENJAMIN. 

Dancing partner. 
KEARNEY, JOHN P. 

Dangerf ield. 

AXLEROD, DAVID. 

Dangerous relations. 

BELFORD PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Daredevil, 

WALSH, ROBERT. 

Dark encounter. 
RIGGS, LYNN. (R) 

Dark horse . 

DITLEA, STEVE. 

Dark solace. 

TEMMER, MARK J. 

Darling, who's that rocking 
WISWELL, THOMAS GERARD. 

Date, 

COHEN, ERIC, 
SMILEY, SAM MAX. 



Date with a black man.. 
MYNATT, DAVID HINDS. 

David's Bar Mitzvah, 
AMIR, A VIVA. 

Davy. 

RUDINSKY, JOSEPH D. 

Day God came to earth in the form of 
an umbrella and other mysterious 
shapes. 
DONG, DONALD D. 

Day in the park. 
CARSON, LULAR L. 

Day man was made. 
SCHAPPERT, EDNA. 

Day my face cleared up. 
FORGIONE, JOHN. 

Day of resurrection. 

GALLOWAY, JAMES LEONARD. 

Day of the serpent, the conquest of the 
Aztecs . 
MCGONIGLE, ANN. 

Day people stopped talking. 
RITTS, PAUL G. 

Day. zsa voo. 

LANGE, THEODORE W., III. 

Dead. 

STYRON, WILLIAM. 

Dead aim. 

HARRISON, EUGENE STUART. 

Dead man's bluff. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Deadly fixers . 
MULLANEY, MARY. 

Deal In cattle. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Dear Antoine. 
ANOUILH, JEAN. 

Dear Mistuh P. 

VAN PEEBLES, MELVIN. 

Dear Ruth. 

KRASNA, NORMAN. (R) 

Death at dinner. 
JORDAN, ELIZABETH. 

Death at the studio. 

THE REffUEH OP NICK CARTER. (R) 

Death at the toll bridge. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 

Death behind the scenes. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 

Death by ricochet. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 

Death comes to Spectre Reef. 
SATTERTHWAITE, BRANSON. 

Death goes to the post. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 

Death in a decanter. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R ) 

Death is just around the corner. 
THE SHADOW. (R) 

Death list. 
BULLINS, ED. 

Death of Antigone. 

BRINDLE, REGINALD SMITH. 

Death of Chief Tllokaikt. 
IHWIH, JUDITH WEATHERFORD. 

Death on the rocks. 
HARRISON, EUGENE S. 



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Death plays the lead. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 

Decameron. 

MAYLOKE, CLARK. 

Deceived by desire. 

GENTRY, ASENATH TANNIE. 

Decision. 

PERLMUTTER, LEONARD L. 

Declaration of manhood at 28. 
BRIGGS-HALL, AUSTIN 0. 

Decrees. 

SAINT GERMAIN PRESS, INC. 

Deep cleavage . 

PARKER, G. ROSS. 

Definition. 

HOLIER, RICHARD D. 

Deja-vu. 

ZAMPINO, ROBERT A. 

Delight before Christmas. 
WILSON, BASIL WRIGLEY. 

Demand for state park attendance. 
HOUSLEY, CARL BLAIR. 

Democracy and the underworld. 
KONTRAFOUEIS , PETER. 

Demon of Sleepy Hollow. 
CHISHOLM, CHARLES E. 

Den. 

PETERS, STEPHEN FREDERICK. 

Dentist. 

PARAMOUNT PUBLIX CORP. 

Des frites, des frites, des frites. 
WESKER, AFMOLD. 

Descubrimiento de America. 
GARCIA, CLARA A. 

Desir attrape par la queue. 
PICASSO, PABLO. (R) 

Destroyer, 

THE SHADOW. (R) 

Developing career goals. 

INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANTS 
(NORTH AMERICA) LTD. 

Developing departmental goals. 

INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANTS 
(NORTH AMERICA) LTD. 

Developing life-style goals. 

INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANTS 
(NORTH AMERICA) LTD. 

Developing standards of performance. 
INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANTS 
(NORTH AMERICA) LTD. 

Development of selfhood: Selfish, 
selfless, self-full. 
EGGERS, OSCAR R. 

Devil and Humpty Dumpty. 
LESTER, NOEL B. 

Devil and Sam Todd. 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Devil and Santa Claus. 
WOOD, SMITH ECKLE. 

Devil drives. 
BRODIE, FAWN M. 

Devil take you (Alice in horror land) 
ALBO, JOHN. 

Devil to pay. 
BODE, ROBERT F. 

Devising a training program. 

INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANTS 
(NORTH AMERICA) LTD. 



Dial indicators. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Dialects and speech patterns. 
BOYNTON, ROBERT W. 

Dialing for dough. 

FITTON, JOSEPHINE DENISE KELLER. (R) 

Diamond jubilee series. 
LESLIE, LOUIS A. 

Diana of Dwight, the maiden of many 
virtues. 
LELLO, GAETANO. 

Dictation tapes for Gregg shorthand, 
individual progress method. 
LESLIE, LOUIS A. 

Did Baby shoot her sugar daddy. 
VAN HEARN, JAN. 

Did the red and white make Betsy blue. 
FYFFE, DONALD. 

Difference. 

BAILEY, MICHAEL PATRICK. 

Different shade of black. 
MEERDTER, GILBERT. 

Difficulte de s'exprimer. 
DAMONTE, RAOUL. 

Dig. 

HUBLEY, JOHN. 

Dinosaurs. 

O'BRIEN, JOHN P. 

Directors and officers liability insur- 
ance. 
SHELBY PUB. CORP. 

Dirty old man. 
PETRIDES, AVRA. 

Dirty pictures. 

SEGALOPF, NATHAN. 

Disappearing corpse. 
THE SHADOW. (R) 

Discordant note. 
POSTAL, STEVE J. 

District of Columbia. 
RICHARDS, STANLEY. (R) 

Diuretics. 

ROSSI, G. VICTOR. 

Divide by two. 

BERG, KATHRINE M. 

Divided monarchy — Solomon to the exile. 
WHITCOMB, JOHN C, JR. 

Divine child. 

MCIKTYRE, DENNIS. 

Divine Florence. 
BISHOP, ANDRE. 

Divine perception. 
GUPTA, KAILASH NATH. 

Do not disturb. 

ELLSTEIN, SYLVIA REGAN. (R) 

Do something, Johnnie. 
THOMAS, WILLIE MAE. 

Do ya wanna. 

FORGIONE, JOHN. 



(R) 



Doc Stevens. 

THE LONE RANGER. 

Dr . Faust . 

RODDEY, GLORIA J. 



Doctor Good. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Dr. Mac. 

WINSBURY, VEGA NOELLENE REA. 



Dr. MUBlkus. 

HOPKINS, ANTONY. 

Doctor-patient dialogues., 
STEVENS, ROSALIND BLAU. 

Doctor's in the bush. 
MASON, MARY L. 

Doctors, the nurses and the interns. 

RATCLIFFE, HELEN. 

Dodge brothers. 

LUNDY, JACK EDWIN, JR. 

Dog the frog. 

HERZFELD, JOHN MICHAL. 

Doilies. 

BRADFORD, BENJAMIN. 

Dollars on the floor. 
KLUBOK, J. JESS. 

Don Juan. 

MONTHERLANT, HENRY DE. 

Don Sanders is mean 'n' lov;. 
SANDERS, DON. 

Don't be a buddy, be a boss. 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Don't be the fool that I was. 
MCNEIL, LIBBY. 

Don't bother me, I can't cope. 
MCCUTCHEON, MICKI GRANT. 

Don't call me Brother. 

MARTIN, JACQUELINE LOUISE. 

Don't get mad, get even. 
CLEIN, HAROLD. 

Don't laugh, it's not funny. 
CRAWFORD, MONA. 

Don't lean on my rainbow. 
SIEGEL, ETHEL-ANN LAZARUS. 

Don't let me catoha, Jody. 
HARLEY, OTIS S. F., JR. 

Don't let the moon fall down. 
MCCOY, JOSEPH J. 

Don't move, you're covered. 
MILLER, DENNY. 

Don't play the game if you are not 
ready to give your name and be named 
Daddy. 
MANCE, AZELL. 

Don't sell second-class liability in- 
surance. 
SHELBY PUB. CORP. 

Don't step on Ivan. 
SHIPMAH, MICHAEL D. 

Door. 

BENNETT, PAUL. 

Dos madres. 

PASATIERI, THOMAS. 

Double arrest. 

CURTIS, JAMES NEIL. 

Double bed. 

PHILLIPS, WENDY. 

Double cross harvest. 
THE LONE RANGER. (R ) 

Double exposure. 

CHALFI, RAQUEL. 

Double solitaire. 
ANDERSON, ROBERT. 

Doubleday Anchor original, AO-34. 
ROSSEN, ROBERT. 

Dra-Dra. 

BIERMAN, WOLF. 

Dracula. 

TILLER, THEODORE, 2d. 



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Dracula in the epic vein. 
VIETS, DON. 

Dracula meets the cleaning woman. 
HAMMER, GEORGE J. 

Dragons In the kingdom. 
WIENER, SANDRA D. 

Drakestall. 

LOMBARDO, ADELE. 

Drama-dance concert . 
PHILLIPS, RUBY HART. 

Dramatic dialog. 

SKOV, KENT ERICKSOM. 

Dramatic experience. 
CLARK, NANETTE. 

Dream on a midnight siommer ' s afternoon. 
PERRY, GILBERT. 



Dream time. 
SIGISMOWDI, 



ALDO. 



Dreamboat time. 

HEATHERTEL ENTERPRISES, INC. 

Drugs: your child's death certificate. 
AYOUB, JACK M. 

Drums are out . 
COULTER, JOHN. 



Duck hunt & ¥es ' s car. 
HARRISON, WESLEY BYRON. 

Dude. 

RAGNI, GEROME. 

Duke Henshaw. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Dullaghan. 

WEINGARTEN, AARON. 

Dundor, the dragon. 
NEWTON, JAMES B. 

Duration dissertations. 
MEANS, EDNA. (R) 

Dusty Ed. 

TELEPHOMPTER CORP. 

Dusty 's nightmare. 
URBANO, ANTHONY R. 

Dutch painting. 

LANGHAMj NORMA ELEANOR. 



Dwelling places. 
GRAY, STEPHEN W. 

Dynamic persuasion: what, 
STOLTENBERG, GERALD A. 



(R) 



how and why . 



E pluribus unum. 
PUDIM, ALAPIA. 

E. Z. Jingle. 

MATLOCK, NORMAN. 

Eagle and the crow. 

LAWRENCE, ROBERT ALAN. 

Eagle flies on Friday. 
LYONS, SHEBRICK. 

Early Nixon. 
COHEN, ERIC. 

Early plays of Mikhail Bulgakov. 
BULGAKOV, MIKHAIL AFANASIEVICH. 

Early to bed. 
MCBRIDE, SALLY. 

Earthlight II. 
COHEN, DAVID. 

East one hundred and something. 
KILCULLEN, GERALD M. 



Easter sunrise. 

KEENER, MARGARET E. 

Eblis. 

THOMPSON, TEDDY T. 

Ebon. 

SMITH, STANLEY. 

Ecclesiazusae . 

BAILEY, MICHAEL PATRICK. 

Ecology tale. 

SCHIRING, LEE T. 

Economy. 

COHEN, ERIC. 

Edge of the stage, 
STEVENS, BARRY. 

Edipo Re. 

PASOLINI, PIER PAOLO. 

Edition Peters, no.7l'^0. 
BRINDLE, REGINALD SMITH. 

Edouard case. 
SHAW, BAENETT. 

Edsel was a mistake. 
HODES, PAUL. 

Education of Orln Moore. 
BEIM, NORMAN. 

Edward Teach tries Wynken, Blynken and 
Nod. 
JEROLAMON, GERALD ALLEN, JR. 

Effective -hand. 

KUXHAUS, RICHARD L. 

Eggbury and the flying castle. 
GROVES, JOHN PATRICK. 

Ego Odyssey. 

WAGNER, RICHARD. 

Eight expressionist plays. 
STRINDBERG, AUGUST. 

Eight plays . 

CHAMBERLIN, NORWOOD. 

Eighteenth noel. 
FEENEY, MARTIN. 

Eighth day of the week. 
WISBERG, AUBREY. 

Eili, Eili. 

HAGEN, JOHN MILTON. 

Elberton case. 

THE GREEN HORNET. (R) 

Eld ridge popular one-act playscripts. 
BLATTNER, DONALD L. 
BROME, ROBERT. 
CONBOY, FRANK J. 
FEDORCHAK, IRENE TOMAN. 
SPENCER, LAYNE. 

Election. 

COHEN, ERIC. 

LORD, JEROME EDMUND. 

Eleotre. 

YOURCENAR, MARGUERITE. 

Electronic calculator. 
BUTSCH, CHARLOTTE. 

Elegance with aspic. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

Elegy to X. 

CODLING, BESS. 

Eleonora. 

DANIELEWSKI, TAD Z. 

Elephant hills. 
LOBER, LIONEL M. 

Elephant in the house. 
KEEIR, BERRILLA. 



Elephant swing. 
POSTON, JANE. 

Eli Eli. 

CAPLE, HORACE B. 

Eli Terry and the patent shelf clock. 
ROBERTS, KENNETH D. 

Elizabethan drama. 
GASSNER, JOHN. 

Elmer Bumb. 

GILLERMAN, FAY. 

Elmira and the reluctant prophet. 
MOCKER, HELEN DOLORESE S. 

Elohlm decrees from B set and Septem- 
ber 1950 voice of the I Am, November 
1966. 
SAINT GERMAIN PRESS, INC. 

El Paso, 

BOYLE, DONALD R. 

Emilius and Sophia, addressed to the 
■ Board of Directors & the Friends of 
Jean Jacques Rousseau Experimental 
Bilingual School for Children. 
CHOBAJI, GISELE SLOVAK. 

Emotions, illness and disease. 
HIRST, DONALD V. 

Emperor and the first Christmas tree. 
MEYERSON, ROBERT GUY. 

Emperor of ice cream. 

AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY. 

Emperor of San Francisco. 
ANDRASSY, SOPHIA. 

Emperor's new clothes. 
WILLIAMS, ROBERT. 

Employee development. 

INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANTS 
(NORTH AMERICA) LTD. 

Employment agency. 
DEMLINGER, SAHDOR H. 

Employment interview. 

INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANTS 
(NORTH AMERICA) LTD. 

Empty promise. 

VINCENT, SEAN PATRICK. 

Encapsulated. 

BLUMENFEED, LENORE. 

Enchanted cbttage. 
BEERS, WILLIAM D. 

Enchanted garden. 

SHAUGHNESSY, ROBERT M. 

Encounter. 

MIKLES, GORDON E. 

End of the parade. 

KINGSLEY, STUART MACINTOSH. 

Endicott Wing. 

GILL, EVALYN PIERPOINT. 

Enemy of the people. 
IBSEN, HENRIK. 

Energy crisis, a critique. 
AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY. 

England made me. 
CORY, DESMOND. 

English II: a contemporary approach. 
BOYNTON, ROBERT W. 

Enlevement. 

MOSSMAW, TIMOTHY ARTHUR. 

Enquiry. 

HASTINGS, CHARLOTTE. 



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Enter Will Shakespeare. 
EOSEKBAUM, BEN. 

Enter -without knocking. 
BROWNING, JOHN E., JR. 

Enthroned. 

CLARK, PAUL W. 

Entr'acte. 

CLAIR, RENE. 

Eph Wilson's chicks. 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Ephriam Collins' ambition. 
THE LONE RANGER, (r) 

Epidemic. 

LEE, JAMES WADE. 

Epistle of James. 
LEASE, STUART E. 

Epistle to the Hebrews. 
BUSWELL, J. OLIVER, JR. 

Erewhon . 

HAYMAN-CHAFPEY, FREDERICK WILLIAM. 

Erica, a series of television lectures 
on crewel embroidery. 
WILSON, ERICA. 

Escape. 

DONNELLY, ELIZABETH N. 
PETERS, STEPHEN FREDERICK. 

Escape from a territorial prison. 
GARCIA, GILBERT. 

Esmeralda. 

FIALLO, DELIA. 

Establishing the baseline. 
DECISION MEDIA, INC. 

Establishing the diagnosis of dysphagia. 
MANN, KINGSLEY M. 

Estate of LaCroix. 

SWARTZ, STEPHEN HILLAKD. 

Esther. 

MACK, CAROL K. 

Estimated time of arrival. 
O'DONNELL, JAMES E. 

Et al. 

SCRANTON, GEORGE A. 

Ethan Brand. 

MIDDLETON, WALTER. 

Etrange ouvrage des cieux. 
CLAIR, RENE. 

Europa. 

SHAW, WILLIAM HARLAN. 

Eva no estuvo aun en el paraiso. 
LUNA, ESTELA. 

Evaluating nursing care. 

BOSTON COLLEGE, CHESTNUT HILL, MASS. 
SCHOOL OF NURSING. 

Evangelist. 

BAIONE, JAMES. 

Evans drama. library. 
AYCKBOURN, ALAN. 

Eve and the beginning. 
DONG, DONALD D. 

Eve has not been in paradise yet. 
LUNA, ESTELA. 

Eve was the first one. 
BROME, GEORGE OLIVER. 

Ever since man became an animal. 
HAMPSON, TERRANCE CHRISTOPHER. 

Everlasting shell. 
STEPHENS, RUTH E. 



Everyday violence. 
EGGERS, OSCAR R. 

Everything out of the garden. 
HOGUE, KAREN. 

Everything you always wanted to know 
about Bobby Sherman. 
MORREALE, MARIE. 

Everything you always wanted to know 
about David Cassidy. 
ZANNIERI, MARIA. 

Everything you always wanted to know 
about foolin' around. 
TENOWICH, TOM. 

Everything you always wanted to know 
about the Grand Funk Railroad. 
KANTOR, JERRY. 

Everything you always wanted to lonow 
about the Osmonds. 
HAMILTON, NOEL. 

Everything you've always needed to 
know about Judas Iscariot. 
MARTIN, ADRIAN E. 

Evidence. 

TAYLOR, STEPHEN. 

Evolution of an American youth culture. 
JONES, DONALD PATRICK. 

Exchanges. 

SHATZKY, JOEL. 

Excursion. 

ZIMMARO, JOHN F. 

Executive seminars in sound, pt.1-8. 
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF THE UNITED 
STATES OF AMERICA. 

Executive voice. 
TIME, INC. 

Executives newstape. 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OP ASSN. EXECUTIVES. 

Exercise in theatre of the absurd. 
FARRIS, WILLIAM E. 

Exhaust emission control -- air 
injection. 

MT. SAN JACINTO JUNIOR COLLEGE 
DISTRICT (CALIF. ) 

Existop. 

PETERS, STEPHEN FREDERICK. 

Expect a miracle. 
CHEYWE, EDNA M. 

Experiment . 

PIMLEY, JOHN T. 

Exquisite shrew. 
FABRIZI, BERNARD. 

Extraordinary cat. 
DONEGAN, MARTIN. 

Extras . 

ANDERSON, SAM. 

Eye for an eye . 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 



F is not a dirty word. 
PEEL, DAVID. 

Face and head massage. 
POSTON, JANE. 

Face of death. 
THE SHADOW. (R) 

Face of Job. 

WILLIAMS, JUNE VANLEER. 

Paces of Charley Pride. 
GREEN, RUSSELL BARTON. 



Facts from God: 1 St 2, 5, & 4, 5 & 6. 
MCBRIDE, BEATRICE. 

Fair maid of Ellzondo. 

ROYLE, JOSEPHINE FETTER. (R) 

Fairy tale of his life. 
GAUGERT, RICHARD K. 

Fall and rise of Bernie Hatch. 
HAVENS, BETTY. 

Fall of the house of Usher. 
BROME, ROBERT. 

Falling out. 

STERLING, ROBERT THEODORE. 

Fallout. 

BENNETT, PAUL. 
DEIHL, LARRY B. 

Pally Downy and the Witch. 
STRONG, MARY. 

Familiar images . 

BARNES, SOMIA YVONNE. 

Family. 

FRIEDMAN, R. M. 

PETERS, STEPHEN FREDERICK. 

Family affair. 
BARSCHI, JACK. 

Family conclave. 

COLLAMORE, JEROME. 

Family enrichment program manual, ex- 
perimental form. 
L 'ABATE, LUCIANO. 

Family meeting. 

STEINMETZ, URBAN G. 

Fancy dance. 

BRENDLE, MARY. 

Fantasy in space. 

ROBINSON, VIRGINIA LEE. 

Far Susquehanna. 
MOORE, HELEN M. 

Farmers. 

COHEN, ERIC. 

Past. 

BLACK, M. 

Fastest man on earth. 

JEFFERSON, MARCELLUS, JR. 

Fat chance against lead shoes and 
geraniums. 
SCRIPTER, RICHARD W. 

Fat controlled diet. 

STUCKY, VIRGINIA TOEWS. 

Fate worse than death. 
FRANCIS, CHARLOTTE. 

Fates of Anna Frank. 
SWANSON, WALTER S. J. 

Father John. 
CRUZ, CESAR A. 

Faust died young. 

MOSSMAN, TIMOTHY ARTHUR. 

Faux numero. 

ROBINSON, JAMES A. 

Fearless five. 

SCHWECKE, ARDELL LORRAIN. 

February 50th. 

NOLL, ROBERT THOMAS. 

Federal bureaucracy and self-renewal. 
APPLEY, GEORGE S. 

Feeling machine. 

SELDIN-SCHVfARTZ, ETHEL. 

Female of the species. 

THE GREEN HORNET. (R) 



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Festerfen, hi refer. 
MATLOCK, NORMAH. 

Fiances clu Havre. 

SALACROU, ARMAHD. (R) 

Fidelity insurance. 
SHELBY PUB. CORP. 

Pldo's wedding. 

SAMBERG, BENJAMIN. 

Fifth part of J. S. Bach's Clavieruebung. 
TROESTERj IMMANUEL, 

55-Sacramento. 
ALLEN, HELM. 

Fifty-ninth summer. 
SIBBALD, GEORGE W. 

Fight at Flnnsburgh. 

MANSON, HARLEY WILLIAM DANIEL. 

Fille du regiment. 
DONIZETTI, GAETANO. 

Filter tip. 

WALDEH, PAUL FRANKLIN. 

Finders keepers. 
VALENTI, JOHN. 

Pine art of communication. 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Fire burns in Spring Hill. 
TRIPLET!, RICHARD I. 

Fire in Pirenze.. 
HOAG, WILLIAM. 

Firebrand of Florence. 
MAYER, EDWIN JUSTUS. (R) 

Firefly children. 
HOLT, FLOYD W. 

Fireworks for Smltty. 
THE GREEN HORNET. (R) 

1st annual international dirty Jokes 
film festival. 
COE, BARRY. 

First generation apple pie. 
SMOKER, BRAD. 

First trip. 

WAGNER, RICHARD. 

First you have to hear the plop, John. 
BAK, JULIA G. 

Five cartridges for change. 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Fix. 

EISMAN, MARK EDWARD. 

Flaky pasty; pate feuilletee. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUHDATIOW, BOSTON. 

Flames of wrath. 

THE GREEN HORNET. (R) 

Flaming fish: loup flambe au fenoull. 
WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

Flecker' s magic. 

EDGE, ELIZABETH HART. 

Flick. 

ALDERSON, BONNIE BROOKE. 

Flight no. 26 to nowhere. 
FINSOH, NORMAM. 

Florida special. 
MOYER, NEIL E. 

Flory. 

MAY, GLEN P., SR. 

Flossing. 

PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION & RESEARCH. 

Flower cart. 

SCHWEBELL, GERTRUDE C. 



Fog. 

KAHANEY, SONDRA. 

Foiled again. 

MICHAEL, KENNETH. 

Folio of recitations. 
HOPKINS, BEN W. 

Follow that bus. 
CLARK, BOB. 

Folly bells. 

HAGERTY, CLARE. 

Food for the iron horse. 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Food of the gods. 

TAORMINA, ROBERT JOSEPH. 

Pool. 

HOOD, CURTIS. - 

Fooly the frog. 

HASKIHS, PATRICIA M. A. 

Foot massage. 
POSTON, JANE. 

Football game. 
COHEN, ERIC. 

Foofball Jokes. 

RIVERO, FRANCISCO VICTOR. 

Footlights on the frontier. 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

For keeps. 

HERBERT, F. HUGH. (R) 

For love of Candy. 
BILOWIT, IRA J. 

For services rendered. 
STEMPIN, ROBERT LEON. 

For the birds. 
SAMUEL, GISELE. 

For the executive. 
KIRKLEY PRESS, INC. 

For the sake of holding the world 
together. 
SCHWARTZ, ALVIN. 

For this I fought. 
CAGAH, RICHARD S. 

Force du sang, 

HARDY, ALEXANDRE. 

Foreigner. 

FEINZILBERG, JACOB. 

Forms of drama. 

CORRIGAN, ROBERT W. 

Formula of the other self. 
GUSTAFSON, CHARLES ORTEN. 

Foul movement. 

LANGE, THEODORE W., III. 

Four black nationalist plays. 
SMITH, STANLEY. 

Four classical Asian plays in modern 
translation. 
IRWIN, VERA RUSHFORTH. 

Four dynamite plays. 
BULLINS, ED. 

Four for the king. 

DUDLEY, BARBARA HUDSON. 

kkl. 

BROWN, LEONARD C, III. 

Pour people westbound. 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Four plays. 

PRIESTLEY, JOHN BOYNTON. (r) 

Four rings of death. 

THE RETURN OP NICK CARTER. (R) 



Pour Sisters Motel. 

TAYLOR, DONALD DOUGLAS. 

Fowl play. 

DEAKINS, ELIZABETH S. 

Fra Diavolo. 

AUBER, DANIEL FRANCOIS ESPRIT. (R) 

Fragging of Lt. Jones. 
BABULA, WILLIAM. 

Frail contraption. 

MCELFRESH, EARL BENTLEY, II. 

Framing of the Constitution. 
LE INERT, MARGARET S. 

Francis Bacon. 
HADARY, JOEL. 

Francis Scott Key, architect of freedom. 
EMMONS, DELIA GOULD. 

Frank Canton. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Frauen fuerchtet Frauen. 
MIDDLETON, THOMAS. 

Freak brothers in Huggybears . 
GARCIA, MICHAEL O'HARA. 

Free advice is worth what you pay for 

MEISNER, MELVIN CHET. 

Free and easy. 
BRENDLE, MARY. 

Free for all and equal to none . 
RAMSEY, MICHAEL L. 

Free money. 

PIERRE, ARTHUR P. 

Free personal rapid transit system. 
OTTERMESS, WILLIAM B. 

Freedom Chile. 

PITTMAN, EVELYN LARUE. 

Freedom now. 

ASKEW, LOIS ANNETTE CHALKER. 

French bread. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

French chef. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

French croissants. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

French fries. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

French they are a funny race: the girl 
in the bath. 
GREEK, ERIC MAWBY. 

French's acting edition. 
BEITH, JOHN HAY. (R) 
CARROLL, PAUL VINCENT. (R) 
LAW, WILLIAM TEMPLETON. (R) 
RIDLEY, ARNOLD. (R) 
TRAVERS, BEN. (R) 

Friends revisited. 
ZAWATSKY, STANLEY. 

Frog-king. 

AFFOLTER, MARGRIT. 

From darkness, to dawn, to light. 
MANLEY, JUANITA 0. 

From horse to space. 
STRONG, SIDNEY M. 

From Sholora Aleichem with love. 
LEVINE, ELLIOT. 

From small acorns. 
WILLIAMS, DAWN GRAY. 

From the coal mines to the end of the 
assembly line. 
MAJOR, MICHAEL JOSEPH. 



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99 



Prom where. 
ROY, JACK. 

Fruit of divine. 
BERGER, CHARLES A. 

Fugue in time. 

GODDEN, RUMER. (R) 

Funeral eve. 

FREEMAN, DAVID E. 

Funky squirrel. 
JACKSON, HARRELL. 

Funny farm. 

SCHLICK, FRED. 

Punnytime . 

SCOTT, SERET 0. 

Funzle time and after. 
HAUSER, LUCILLE. 

Fuse. 

LEE, MARYAT. 

Fusion: prospects and pitfalls. 
AMERICAN CHEmCAL SOCIETY. 

Future shock. 

YOUNG, DONALD JORDEN. 



G 



Gabbin ' . 

MILLS, LINCOLN. 

Gage blocks. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Gaining management support for manage- 
ment information systems. 
QETZ, CHARLES W. 

Galizien. 

KRLEZA, MIROSLAV. 

Gallery. 

SERLEN, BRUCE. 

Gallic pot roast. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

Game. 

FARMELANT, ANNABELLE. 
GALLIAHI, STANLEY DANIEL. 
HINCKLEY, PAUL HERBERT. 

Games Christians play. 
DUDLEY, BARBARA HUDSON. 

Gap. 

RICHARD, MARY HELEN. 

LAWRENCE, HAPPY JAMES. 

Gardener. 

KAY, JAMES H., III. 

Gay Street blues. 

BERKSHIRE, MARGARET JOYCE. 

Gemini. 

CHIN, BETTY. 

Gems, real gems. 
GODLER, JACK A. 

General liability coverages. 
IWSUHORS PRESS, INC. 

General liability jacket and parts. 
IHSURORS PRESS, DJC. 

Generation gap. 

LIHNEKIN, MARGARET R. 

Genesis. 

LUST, GERALDINE. 

Gentle ghosts. 
BUENO, GUY. 



Gentleman caller. 

WILLIAMS, TENNESSEE. (Rl 

Gentleman from England. 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Gentleman Jerry meets his match. 
THE GREEN HORNET. (R) 

George, Hinks and Stoner. 
GIBSON, ROBERTA. 

George More . 
HADARY, JOEL. 

George Washington, fledgling surveyor. 
STERLING, ROBERT THEODORE. 

Geriatric commune. 

GOLDMAN, HARRY MERTON. 

Getting an employee off to a good 

INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANTS 
(NORTH AMERICA) LTD. 

Getting responsibility into the job. 
INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANTS 
(NORTH AMERICA) LTD. 

Ghetto. 

MAYO, SANDRA MARIE. 

Ghost caused all the trouble. 
HERRICK, LANDON. 

Ghost dance. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 
VAUGHAS, JOHN WALKER. 

Ghost on horseback. 
THE SHADOW. (R) 

Gift for Santa. 
BREEN, MYRA N. 

Gift of the sun., 
PASCH, SILVIO. 

Gingerbread lady. 
SIMON, NEIL. 

Girl from Lorraine . 

ANDERSON, MAXWELL. (R) 

Girl in the bath. 
GREEN, ERIC MAWBY. 

Girl in the cooperative apartment. 
COSTELLO, DON C. F. 

Girl of earth and heaven. 
BEAN, MURIEL. 

Girl of the golden West. 
HARRIGAN, NOLAN, JR. 

Girl on the balcony. 
PERRY, RUTH. 

Girl with a sense of fair play. 
FENG, CAROLE BRAVERMAH. 

Girls from Troy. 
HAVENS, BETTY. 

Girls of F.A.M.E. 
CRAWFORD, MONA. 

Girls' rules. 

NAGEL, PAUL T. , JR. 

Girls who came to dinner. 
NEWBURGE, DAVID. 

Git it together, right on. 
PATTERSON, JOSEPH A., JR. 

Giuditta. 

KNEPLER, PAUL. 

Give me a slice of your hook. 
SCHWARTZ, SAMUEL. 



Glamour pouding. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, 



BOSTON. 



Glass menagerie. 

WILLIAI1S, TENMESSEE. (R) 

Glimpse of paradise. 
BONICHE, HUGH. 

Go ahead, everyone else does. 
HAVERINEN, RICHARD W. 

Go jump in the pool. 
LASZLO, ATOREW. 

Goat. 

FRIEND, ROBERT. 

God. 

ICAMARCK, LAWRENCE. 

God and Seymour. 

SCHUMANN, DAVID PAUL. 

God bless our country. 
DALE, DAVE. 

God is a cop. 
SOFFER, SAMUEL. 

God made them all. 
BUSSEY, LUCY G. 

God made this land. 
SNOW, HELEN WESTON. 

God makes the sun too hot. 
- BUNCH, JACK DALE. 

Godmother. 

MARGOS, ANTON. 

God's Christmas tree. 
DRUCE, ARDEN. 

God's greatest gifts to the world. 
COLLINS, MARY E. 

God's man. 

SCHULER, R. P., SR. 

God's trees. 

BOWER, HELEN FRAZEE. 

Going to Galapagos. 
RULE, WILLIAM J. 

Going to St. Louis. 
GAMBLE, JOHN. 

Going to the zoo. 

BIGGS, RAYMOND LAWRENCE. 

Gold for Maximilian, 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Golden fleece. 
BARLOW, JEKEMY. 

Golden Groves. 

ROGOW, NORMA CRAIG. 

Golden rule . 

FLEISHER, ADOLPH X. 

Goldrocks and the three bears. 
JACOBSON, GENE. 

Golliwhoppers. 
ATKIN, FLORA B. 

Gone to Texas, G.T.T. 

SMITH, MARY L. LASSWELL. 

Good gyrations. 

BROWN, JOSEPH FRANCIS. 

Good intentions. 
HOWIE, CHARLES J. 

Good loaf. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

Good morning, good people. 
DAVIS, CARLOS. 

Good news: a myth or a must. 
JONES, EMILY. 

Goodbye Mrs. Potts. 
KULJIAN, ROY RONALD. 

Goodbye to Miss Lizzie. 

ARMSTRONG, MALCOLM HENRY, JR. 



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Joodwife Glover. 

KAYATTA, GEORGE HAYEF. 

Google . 

CICIOHE, WILLIAM. 

Goose Head Island. 
BLACKBURN, CLARICE. 

Goth. 

WISWELL, THOMAS GERARD. 

Government property, heaven forbid. 
KAPLAH, JESSE. 

Grab hold of the wind. 
TINLEYj EMORY B. 

Grand master and the honorary nigger. 
BELLO, STEPHEN. 

Grass harp. 

RICHARDSON, CLAIBE. 

Grasshoppers. 

WALDRON, THOMAS JOSEPH. 

Gray ghost. 

OROVITZ, LORRAINE STOME. 

Great Duke of Gloucester. 
SNYDER, ELISABETH PRESTON. 

Great experience. 
ARONSON, ALVIN. 

Great fish. 
ZAHL, JAGNA. 

Great Jones Street. 
SERLEN, BRUCE. 

Great liberator. 

PAIMERj OPAL YARBROUGH. 

Great Negro Americans. 
SANDS, ALAN. 

Great Parker's medicine show. 

GARVEY, BARBARA. 

Great plane robbery, 
WILLETTE, ROBERT. 

Great promise and you. 
LEGERE, J. ROY. 

Great silence. 
RITTS, PAUL G. 

Great truth. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Greater love has no man . 
EDWARDS, SOLOMOK. 

Greater love hath no man. 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Grecian urn. 

KRENZKE, RAYMOND E. 

Green room. 

WERTHEIM, ROBERT EDWARD. 

Green witch. 

FELDMAN, LEE G. 

Greenwich. 

EDGE, CLIFFORD. 

Greenwich Village glue blues. 
REEVES, EDDIE. 

Grendel and Beowulf. 
WILLIS, JAMES C. 

Grey matter. 

CZAR, KATHLEEN. 

Grldley, confessions of a yogi in Bali. 
SALISBURY, DAVID. 

Grief of Achilles. 
COOPER, EUGENE S. 

Grist to the mill. 
WEBER, SONIA. 



Grocery. 

SERLEN, BRUCE. 

Group Action Theater script, 
HASLACH, ROBERT D. 

Growth . 

TOLBERT, WALTER. 

Grubrag ballad . 
SPIEGEL, MARC S. 

Griunpy. 

POON, DENNIS. 

Guardian. 

KNOWLES, GABRIELLA. 

Guest . 

ZIEGLER, BETTE J. 

Guild library. 
COONEY, RAY. 

Gulto the guitar in the town of Melodee. 
DESENA, PATRICIA. 

Gun shy gambler. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Gung hay fat choy. 

WONG, ELEANORA OWYAHG. 

Gunmen. 

SUSSMAN, EARTH JULES. 

Gunpowder Joe , 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Guns is fer fighting men. 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Guttersnipe. 

NADLER, REUBEN. 

Gynecologist-patient relation in late 
nineteenth-century America: illus- 
trated by female castration. 
BARKER-BENFIELD, G. J. 

Gypsy's curse. 

FRANCIS, CHARLOTTE. 



H 



H. A. W. Tabor. 

THE LONE HANGER. (R) 

H. B. 's beans. 

ALLRED, JANICE LYNN. 

H. M. patients. 

WINSBURY, VEGA NOELLENE REA . 

H. W. Flssh. 
WAYNE, HAYDEN. 

Hadji-Murad. 

SHARIA, NOUGZAR. 

Hagan . 

LIEBMAN, MARK. 

Hagar ' s children . 

JOSELOVITZ, ERNEST ALLAN. 

Hairy man. 

ZEDER, SUZAN L. 

Hallowe'en adventure. 
THE GREEN HORNET. (R) 

Ham transformation. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

Hamburgers y sirenazos. 
ROMAN, PEDRO. 

Hamlet. 

HERRICK, LANDON. 
PIA, ALBERT. 

Handling conflict in a group. 

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Handling personal problems. 

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Hands off. 

EL-HADI, SULIAMAN. 

Hang on to your head. 
TITUS, HIRAM. 

Hang-up s. 

HARBERT, JAMES K. 

Hanky spanky sklddeldy doo. 
DONA VAN, WILLIAM CUTLER. 

Hannah, the praying mother. 
BARNES, DOROTHY BYERS . 

Hansel and Gretel., 
GOLDBERG, MOSES. 
MAISSEL, ALEXANDER. 
MORRIS, VICTORIA S. 
VACCA, MICHELE L. 

Hap finds an angel. 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Happy birthday. Dear Jesus. 
KEENER, MARGARET E. 

Happy birthday, Sister Anne. 
GUNSHER, DENNIS JAMES. 

Happy end. 

FEINGOLD, MICHAEL. 

Happy family is. 

SCHAEFFER, DANIEL D. 

Happy holiday plays. 

LAHR, GEORGIANA LIEDER . 

Happy house. 

SULLIVAN, MARY EILEEN. 

Happy prince. 

URBANO, ANTHONY R. 

Hard money. 

SERVER, RALPH. 

Harlem angel. 

MCCANN, RAYMOND. 

Harma . 

STARR, ALBERT MARTIN. 

Harmony Hill. 

BRICKERHOFF, BURTON. 

Harry Alpert please go home. 
BOWDEN, ROBERT C. 

Harry and Margaret at the movies. 
ALDERSON, DONNIE BROOKE. 

Harvey's gadkes. 
AXELROD, DAVID B. 

Hasta que llovlo en sayula. 
SANCHEZ, JORGE M. 

Haunted Halloween. 

MOREHOUSE, THERESA BIENKO. 

Haunted rocking chair. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 

Hauptmann Grueninger. 
VITALI, FELICE A. 

Have a heart, we can't breathe. 
EVANS, MARILYN BAILEY. 

Have a little faith in the human race. 
ATKINS, FRED. 

Have some more coffee, Mr. Usher. 
FISHER, JAMES. 

Hawk. 

JONES, ROBERT G. , III. 
JONES, ROBERT GUILFORD. 

Haym Salomon the liberty broker. 
HORWITZ, BERNARD. 



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Haywire Shakespeare. 

CARTER, F. A. (R ) 
He came to die. 

WIMDAU, KRISTIN B. J. 

He lost his millions. 
WOOD, WILLIAM JAMES. 

He saw — she saw. 
AIKENS, SUSAN M. 

He saw the glory, so weep no more. 

BURNETTE, EARLINE. 
He wanted to be young again. 

DU BIN, ALEXANDER. 

He was my brother. 
FRIEDMAN, R. M. 

He which is accused. 
CLAUDY, CARL H. (R) 

Head injury. 

DECISION MEDIA, INC. 

Health insurance. 

KUXHAUS, RICHARD LEE. 

Hearing conservation presentation: 
program text & slide sequence. 
TRIAD ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS, INC. 

Hearing conservation programs as 
related to the Osha occupational 
noise standards. 
TRIAD ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS, INC. 

Heathen. 

MAGOON, EATON, JR. 

Heavenly sinners. 
TERRY, ROBERT. 

Heaven's not for sale. 
SMITH, ROSIELEE. 

Heaven's very special child. 
DAMRON, WILLIAM R. 

Heavy water. 
GRAHAM, NEAL. 

Hebrews. 

WARFIELD, JOSEPH. 

Hedda Gabler. 
IBSEN, HENRIK. 

Hell. 

LEVAC, CLAUDE. 

Helicops. 

RILEY, LEWIS ALFRED. 

Hell, way, earth. 

SHAW, WILLIAM HARLAN. 



Hello Monday. 
PRICE, PAUL B. 

Helping an employee learn his job. 

INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANTS 
(NORTH AMERICA) LTD. 

Hem-A-Void. 

FLOM, LEONARD. 

Hemiplegia. 

DECISION MEDIA, INC. 

Hen is only an egg's way of making 
another egg. 
ARCE, MANUEL JOSE, JR. 

Henny Penny. 

URBANO, ANTHONY R. 

Henri Christophe. 

HAMMERMAN, DAMIEL. (R) 

Henry 0. and Jimmy D. 
WALKER, DRAKE. 

Henry IV. 

PERRIE, ERNESTINE. 



Henry VI. 

BARTON, JOHN. 

Henry's holiday. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 
Her emergency husband. 

TOBIAS, JAY. (R) 

Herd of hogs. 

NESDORE, PAUL FREDRICK. 

Here comes the circus. 
JONES, CLAIRE. 

Herman and the bears. 

GOLDSTEIN, BENJAMIN. 
Hermosa Beach. 

SERLEN, BRUCE. 

Hero. 

KOWALEWSKI, MAURICE. 

Hero of Liberty Park. 
MCGORY, FRANCIS H. 

Heroic mould. 

LAW, WILLIAM TEMPLETON. (R) 

He's never done that before. 
DIAS, ANTONIO HENRY. 

Hesitant prospect. 

BUREAU OF BUSINESS PRACTICE, INC. 

High time. 

PETRIDES, AVRA. 
Highchairs . 

DEHHOLTZ, ELAINE. 

Highly corporate condition. 
BERLIN, JOYCE E. 

Highway life. 
RAGNI, GEROME. 

Hijack. 

BOYER, ROBERT L. 

Hlldegarde. 

JONES, TREVOR. 

Hill County. 

THACKERAY, JAN. 

Hippopotamus in the bathtub. 
OWENS, DAVID LAWRENCE. 

Histoire de rire. 

SALACROU, AEMAND. (R) 

Historical dimensions of the school 
psychologist's object-subject. 
STEPHANOS, ROBERT CARL. 

History and government . 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

History and treasure, fog and fire. 
HEATHERTEL ENTERPRISES, INC. 

History of Bullock Hall and Roswell, 
Georgia. 
MARTIN, CLARECE R. 

History of Plymouth Plantation. 
BUSATH, SCOTT JOSEPH. 

History of rocketry. 
SANDERSON FILMS, INC. 
History of Tom Jones, a foundling. 
ANDERSEN, JAY HOWARD. 

Hitler. 

FORD, JOE TAYLOR. 

Ho! Ho. 

COPPOLA, SALVADORE J. 

Ho-hum revoluton. 

DURRAH, JAMES WILLIAM. 

Hobbit . 

FRIEDMAN, ALLAN JAY. 
ZYBACH, BOB. 

Hobos' dream. 

GILLERMAM, FAY. 



Hobos' jungle. 

WEIR, LARRY. 
Hoehzeitsreisende aller Laender 

vereinigt euch. 

GRUENWALD, OTTO. 

Hocus-pocus. 

KIERLAND, JOSEPH SCOTT. 

Hoisted. 

MALJEAN, EUGENE. 
Hokus-pokus (Hocus-pocus) 

JACKSON, BERNICE HAMMOND. 

[Holidays] 

PETERSON, BARBARA KRUGER . 

Hollandaise family. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

Hollywood newlyweds. 
GOLDSTEIN, MARVIN. 

Holocaustum. 

MAMET, EDUAEDO. 

Home. 

HEBERT, LAWRENCE PHILIP. 

STOREY, DAVID. 

Home boy. 

BULL INS, ED. 

Home cookin' . 

GOSS, CLAYTON E. 

Home from the Nam. 
WALTOWER, EARL. 

Home movies. 
FOOTE, HORTON. 

Home of the brave: The American 
Indian's struggle for survival. 
LEWIS, IRENE. 

Home on the range. 
TELEPROMPTER CORP. 

Homecoming. 

OBOLER, ARCH. (R) 
Homef ront blues . 

GILHOOLEY, JOHN CHARLES. 

Homeowners policy. 

INSURORS PRESS, INC. 
Homo aquaticus. 

SELTZER, DAVID. 
Horaosexuel. 

DAMONTE, RAOUL. 

Honest Andy. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Hooker Airlines. 
KELLER, FLORENCE. 

Hooker Bridge. 
PIMLEY, JOHN T. 

Hop -Chic, a game, 
BUCHER, J. FRANK. 

Hop, skip and oz. 

HARPER, WILLIAM STERLING, III. 

Horace Hodgefield. 
HINES, KAY. 

Horatio 8: me. 

KREMER, GLORIA HAYES. 

Horror story. 
ALBO, JOHN. 

Horse, acid and hay. 
DI GANGI, LOUIS A. 

Hospital/Scope . 

EKEDAHL, GEORGE A. 

Hostage reversed. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Hot plants. 

KUHN, GEORGE WAYNE. 



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Hot spell. 

CARUSO, JOSEPH, JR. 

Hotel Happiness. 

TAYLOR, MARGARET HAZEL FORD. 

Hotel on the moon. 
STANTON, JEREOLD. 

Hotes et les hotes. 
DUBILLAKD, ROLAHD. 

House. 

KELLY, THOMAS JOSEPH. 

House divided. 

ANUSKIEWICZ, JAY. 
BUSH, MICHAEL E. 

House I live in. 
OBOLER, ARCH. (R) 

House next door. 
SWEET, LYNN DELOS . 

House of blue leaves. 
GUARE, JOHN. 

House of David. 

MONTLEY, PATRICIA ANN. 

House of mirth. 

GURNEY, A. R., JR. 

How an American poet made money in the 
stock market. 
WILSON, ALICE T. 

How are they at home. 

PRIESTLEY, JOHN BOYHTON. (R) 
How can individual or small-group par- 
ticipation influence long-rang, 

large-scale decisions. 

INSTITUTE FOR RELIGIOUS & SOCIAL 
STUDIES. 
How can present institutions in New 

York City achieve balance between 

conformity and dissent. 

INSTITUTE FOR RELIGIOUS & SOCIAL 
STUDIES. 

How can the self-fulfillment of one 
human being in our society relate to 
the self-fulfillment and self- 
respect of others. 
INSTITUTE FOR RELIGIOUS & SOCIAL 
STUDIES. 
How can you turn your back. 
SEIFPER, DAVID A. 

How do adults learn. 

INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANTS 
(NORTH AMERICA) LTD. 

How does the corporate structure relate 
to the individual human being. 
INSTITUTE FOR RELIGIOUS & SOCIAL 
STUDIES . 

How green the revolution. 
AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY. 

How green was my brownie. 
SHARKEY, JOHN M. 

How long until the end of morning. 
THOMAS, CLEVE WILLIAM. 

How many, and who, is it wise to set 
at liberty. 
BANFIELD, EDWARD C. 

How — regardless of his contribution 
-- can each human being rightfully 
be entitled to life, liberty and the 
pursuit of happiness. 
INSTITUTE FOR RELIGIOUS & SOCIAL 
STUDIES . 

How the bioplasmic body is affected at 
birth, by solar, planetary and deep- 
space radiation. 
ZACHOW, ARNOLD A. 

How the camel got his hump. 
HARRIS, AURAHD. 



How the dirigible got into Mademoiselle 
Sam's decolletage. 
MAN, RANDOLPH J. 

How the first letter was written. 
HARRIS, AURAND. 

How to become an achiever. 

INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANTS 
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How to design business education sys- 
tems for individualized instruction. 
SALSER, CARL W. 

How to develop an achieving team. 

INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANTS 
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How to influence women and win friends. 
CALABRESE, TONY. 

How to journalize. 
ROHR, CHARLES. 

How to pick a wife. 

SHAHAN, HARVEY. 
How to prepare Biblical sermons. 

BROWN, H. C, JR. 

How to use a portable tach-dwell meter. 
MT. SAN JACINTO JUNIOR COLLEGE 
DISTRICT (CALIF.) 

How to use the Harry-Harriett puppet 
to review a memory verse. 
HARP, GRACE E. 

How ya gonna get a girl in the back 
seat if you ain't got a car. 
FORGIONE, JOHN. 

Howdy, howdy. 

KELLER, WILLIAM S. 

Hsi-hslang chi. 
WANG, SHIH-FU. 

Buck Finn. 

MOE, CHRISTIAN. 

HuokleberiTy Finn. 

TAMBORHINO, JEFFREY 0. 

Huggybears . 

GARCIA, MICHAEL O'HARA. 

Huguenots. 

BURG, WALTER V. 

Huis clos. 

SARTRE, JEAN-PAUL. (R) 



Human adventure. 
GROSS, RICHARD E. 

Human Jesus. 

SCHMID, WERNER. 

Human life: growth and development. 
HORN, JOSEPH ROBERT. 

Humor? asset or liability. 

BUREAU OF BUSINESS PRACTICE, INC. 

Humpty Dumpty. 

STEVENS, BARRY MARTIN. 

Hurricane belt. 
COLE, MARTIN J. 

Husband at the well. 
KORNS, LEOTA E. 

Hustler. 

ROSSEN, ROBERT. 

Hustler's convention. 
PUDIM, ALAFIA. 

Hymn. 

DALE, DAVE. 

Hypocrisy drama series play. 
MCDAWIEL, DONALD F. 



IBM Seleotrlc: introductory typing 
supplement . 
MEDIA SYSTEMS CORP. 

I cannot live a lie. 
NORRIS, MILTON LEE. 

I can't find me in this nowhere scene. 
JOINER, SHARON MARIE. 

I gave thee life. 
MARGOS, ANTON. 

I guess one of the parties must be 
over by now. 
FLOYD, RONALD E. 

I have a photographic memory. 
FISHER, JAMES. 

I heard it in the boy's room. 
GOLDSCHMIDT, JEFFREY. 

IIA on tape. 

INSUEORS PRESS, INC. 

I killed the black dahlia. 
BANKS, ANN. 

I knew you when. 
CASEY, JAN. 

I love you, Bobby. 

HALPERN, BARBARA LEBOW. 

I, Martin Luther. 
HILTON, CORRY. 

I remember Mama. 

VAN DRUTEN, JOHN. (R) 

I ride a horse: the same as you. 
O'DONNELL, JAMES E. 

I saw Mommy spankin' Santa Claus. 
COOPER, L. L., SR. 

I shall but love you better after. 
DEKEL, RACHIELLE SHEILA. 

I.t. (Intelligentium technologae) 
SCHLESINGER, ROBERT NATHAN. 

I the piano. 

GROUYA, THEODORE J. 

I think I just saw Adolf Hitler. 
SIMONDS, JOHN L. 

I want to learn, what about you. 
TALLEY, MARVIN. 

I was present at Mount Tabor. 

ZANKEL, HARRY T. 
I wish I could sing. 

COLEMAN, GEORGE. 

Icarus nine. 
SERLEN, BRUCE. 

Ice. 

BATEMAN, LARRY LANE. 

Ice cream. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

Ice floe. 

GOLDSMITH, STEVEN. 

Ichabod Crane. 

ZEIDELMAN, CLAIRE. 

I'd like you to meet my parents. 
FORGIONE, JOHN. 

I'd rather be dead than alone. 
KAUFMAN, FLORENCE AQUINO. 

Ideal husband. 

WISPER, MICHAEL B. 



Identifying learning needs. 

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Identite. 

PINGET, ROBERT. 

Identity of divinity. 
BRUNER, ROGER ELLIS. 



Idol of victory. 
FELDMAN, SANFORD. 

Idyllic. 

MAGDALANY, PHILIP. 

If ever two were one. 
BLAKE Y, DOROTHY 0. 

If he answers. 

WAGNER^ RAYMOND 0. 

If I never said I loved you. 
TALISMAN, BEVERLY BELLAK. 

If it ain't funny , it ain't happened. 
SULLIVAKj JOHN M. 

If you are betrayed. 
REEB, PAULINE K. 

If you do your part. 
BIANCHI, R. J. 

If you think; about 
problem. 
CHUBB, LOUISE. 



the overpopulation 



If you try. 
NOEL, VICTOR. 

If your daughter became pregnant and 
the boy decides to run, who will 
the baby call Daddy. 
MANCE, AZELL. 

Ignition scope secondary wave form. 
MT. SAN JACINTO JUNIOR COLLEGE 
DISTRICT (CALIF.) 

I'll suck you off if you'll give me 
back my teddy bear. 
STEVENS, BARRY. 

Illinois High School Association 1972 
Class A Basketball Tournament. 
HAWLEY, LISLE R., JR. 

I'm gonna own me a seven-story roar- 
house. 
HOPKINS, BEN W. 

Image. 

SCRANTON, GEORGE A. 

Image of the man. 
GERUSCHAT, GAEL T. 

Images. 

THOMAS, JOYCE CAROL. 

Immortal murderer . 
THE SHADOW. (R ) 

Impact of ecological systems on 
technological development. 
WILSON, BASIL WRIGLEY. 

Impact of the common data base on the 
organization. 
GETZ, CHARLES W. 

Imperial highway. 
CROWE, GEORGE R. 

Implementing nursing care. 

BOSTON COLLEGE, CHESTNUT HILL, MASS. 
SCHOOL OF NURSING. 

Implosion chain. 
NIZER, LOUIS. 

Imprisoned. 

ROSENSTEIN, IRA. 

Improving communication skills. 

INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANTS 
(NORTH AMERICA) LTD. 

Improving quality. 

BUREAU OF BUSINESS PRACTICE, INC. 
In a Persian market. 
ZEIDELMAN, CLAIRE. 



In a pig' s eye. 
YOCKEY, ROSS P. 

In collision with Alex Karras. 
KELLEY, JAMES JOSEPH, JR. 

In its place. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

In love with truth. 
LEGERE, J. ROY. 

In Marion's house. 
HOWARD, MARY SANTZ . 

In memory of Jerry. 
HIKES, JOHN. 

In one basket. 
PUGH, SHIRLEY. 

In one ear. 

PRONECHEN, JOSEPH S. 

In pursuit of happiness. 
LEIPART, CHARLES. 

In search of the golden tear. 

HAVENS, BETTY. 
In the country of the blind, the one 

eyed man is king. 

STRUTTON, TONY. 
In the desert of my soul. 

GLINES, JOHN. 

In the garden of Anna's mind. 
THOMAS, JIM B., JR. 

In the last days. 
JORDAN, NORMAN. 

Inauguration. 
COHEN, ERIC. 

Incas . 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Incomparable Max. 
LAWRENCE, JEROME. 

Incredible, but true. 

SCHAEFER, DEAN. 
Incredible hours. 

SISSOM, ESTELLE. 
Incredible, indelible, magical, 

physical mystery trip. 

FRAUMENI, GUY. 

SPIEGEL, LARRY. 
Indian. 

JENNINGS, JAMES. 

Indian (red) - black and white. 
BOLERO, JESSE V. 

Indian territory. 

HARRIGAN, NOLAN, JR. 

Indiskretionen. 
BUERKI, PIERRE. 

Industry. 

AMERICAU CHEMICAL SOCIETY. 
Industry and commerce. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Infant welcoming ceremony. 
SAIS, HAZEL A. 

Infection. 

GOLD, EDWARD LOUIS. 

infidsl's progress. 
BALAWICK, PAUL M. 

Inheritance. 
MARLIN, DIANE. 

Initiation. 

LAWRENCE, RANDOLPH T. 

Inn crowd. 

SMITH, STANLEY. 

Innocent little doggy. 
COLEMAN, GEORGE. 



Inquiry. 

REPAS, FRANCIS. 



Inquisition. 

COSTON, TH014AS MICHAEL. 

Inside a radio. 

CHRISTENSEN, DONALD JAMES. 

Inside Myrtle Sturdevant. 
MORGAN, DAVID. 

Insights from Jesuit experience in 
discerning God's will for Individual 
and community. 

INSTITUTE FOR RELIGIOUS 8: SOCIAL 
STUDIES. 

Insights from Jewish experience In 
the medieval ghetto. 
INSTITUTE FOR RELIGIOUS & SOCIAL 
STUDIES . 

Insights from Jewish experience on 
leaving the medieval ghetto. 
INSTITUTE FOR RELIGIOUS & SOCIAL 
STUDIES. 
Insights from Protestant experience In 
recovery of the personal dimension. 
INSTITUTE FOR RELIGIOUS Sc SOCIAL 
STUDIES. 

Insights from the Jewish vision of the 
fulfilled human life. 
INSTITUTE FOR RELIGIOUS S: SOCIAL 
STUDIES. 

Institute of Theological Studies 

recorded lecture series. 

BUSWELL, J. OLIVER, JR. 

DAVIS, JOHN J. 
DICKASON, C. FRED. 
HOOK, H. PHILLIP. 
LEASE, STUART E. 
LONGENECKER, HAROLD. 

MTTHEWS, VICTOR. 
OOSTENDORP, LUBBERTUS . 
SMITH, WILBUR M. 

WHITCOMB, JOHN C, JR. 

WOOD, LEON J. 

Insurance policy analysis. 

INSUEORS PRESS, HIC . 
Intelllgentium technologae. 
SCHLESINGER, ROBERT NATHAN. 

Intensive care. 

LAl-IIER, WAYNE BANKS, JR. 

Interlude. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Intermediate algebra scripts. 
NEWMYER, JOSEPH, JR. 

Intermezzo. 

GIRADOUX, JEAN. 

Internal combustion. 
MOORE, LYDIA LEE. 

Interpretation of life. 
KALT, GEORGE. 

Interruptions at night. 
ARIETI, SILVANO. 

Intersource. 

PERLIS, LANCE. 

Interview. 

DURMA, NORM. 
RAE, HUGH C. 

Interview with the President. 

EVANS, LOUIS ABRAHAM. 

Interviews with the candidates of the 
Republican and Democratic parties. 
SWINGLER, DAVID HOLLAND. 

Intimate psychologist. 

COPELAND, PHYLLIS RICHARDSON. 

Into acorn cups. 

MATHES, CHARLES ELLIOTT. 

Intraarticular steroid therapy. 
MANN, KENGSLEY M. 



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Introducing change. 

BUREAU OP BUSINESS PRACTICE, INC. 



Introduction. 

BOSTON COLLEGE, CHESTNUT HILL, MASS. 
SCHOOL OF NURSING. 

Introduction to cooperative part- 
time programs in vocational education. 
EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATES . 

Introduction to dance. 
CLARK, NANETTE. 

Introduction to life Insurance. 
INSURORS PRESS, INC. 

Introduction to program. 
GENERAL LEARNING CORP. 

Introduction to reality, 
SANDBECK, OSCAR P. 

Introduction to The human adventure. 
GROSS, RICHARD E. 

Invaders. 

POLK, RONALD. 

Invention. 

COIN, EMMETT JOSEPH. 
GRAHAM, NEAL. 

Invisible alibi. 
THE SHADOW. (R) 
Invisible wall. 

SIMS, THELMA MCCARVER. 

Iphlgenia in Paris. 

MOSSMAN, TIMOTHY ARTHUR. 

Ira sandwich on Emily bread. 
ACKERMAN, HAROLD. 

Irish drama series v. 5. 
COULTER, JOHN. 

Is Dan Jackson guilty. 
REICHBACH, EUGEN. 

Is he come. 

GONZALEZ, JUANA GARRIGA. 

Is there black in your background. 
MATLOCK, NORMAN. 

Is this any way to earn a living. 
RAPT, CAROLE. 

Island, Island, who's got the island. 
BROOKS, HANNAH L. 

Islands under glass. 
ROBERTSON, GRACE. 

Israel the promised land. 
KUSHLEVITZ, MARVIN. 



LYONS, SHEDRICK. 

It bees dat way, 
BULLINS, ED, 

It happens every day. 
BELLITO, MICHAEL J. 

It is right to believe in life, 
LEVERT, CLINTON J., JR. 

It runs in the family. 
MOYLE, DONALD ROBERT, 

It sizzles. 

ARTHUR, FRED H. 
It Will feed my revenge. 

CHENEY, CLAYTON. 

Itemized legal charges, 
HULLAND, FRANKLIN A. 

It's a dog's world. 
JAEGER, HENRIETTA M. 



It's a helluva way to run the country. 
ELLIS, ROBERT LEROY. 



Its culture. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 



It's easier to get dope, than it is to 
get a job. 
SMITH, EDDIE G. 

Its people. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

It 's up to you, 

PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION & RESEARCH, 

It' s your move. 

UNITED PARCEL SERVICE OF AMERICA, 
INC. 
I've been to the mountain top, 
MATLACK, MARGARET M. 



J 



J-J. 

LYDENBERG, STEVEN DAVID. 

Jack and the beanstalk. 

MOREHOUSE, THERESA BIENKO . 

Jack did it. 

BROCK, JAMES HARRY. 

Jackass bone, 
SHEARS, CARL L, 

Jackie and the cornstalk. 
MURRAY, VIRGINIA L. 

Jack's wife. 

ROMERO, GEORGE A, 

Jackson Pollock at the MOMA. 

EARL ROWLAND FOUNDATION, NEW YORK, 

Jacob. 

OLIVER, DONALD, 

Jailor got the key. 

BROWWE, CHRISTOPHER STEPHEN. 

Jake. 

KORNBLUM, SUSAN. 

James Joyce memorial liquid theatre, 
ALLEN, ARTHUR. 

Janaki . 

BOSTON, JANE, 

Jane steps out, 

HORNE, KENNETH. (R) 

January thaw. 

NICHOLSON, KENYON, (R) 
Jason, 

REYHER, LOREN D. 

Jaws that bite, the claws that catch, 
GIORDANO, TONY, 

Jazzoetry. 

PUDIM, ALAFIA. 

Jekyll-Hyde murders . 
THE SHADOW. (R) 

Jenny and the revolution. 

ANDERSEN, DENNIS R, 
Jessica, 

MAULTSBY, STEVEN, 

Jesus Christ for president. 
HA GEN, JOHN MILTON. 

Jesus halleluja, 

SCHMID, WERNER, 
Jesus in love. 

SCHMID, WERNER. 

Jeune fllle au bain. 
GREEN, ERIC MAWBY. 

Jewels. 

YIH, SHIRLEY A. 



Jim Farrell's son. 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Jim Kalar. 

THE LOWE RANGER. (R) 

Jim Sanders' return. 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Jimmy. 

STOREY, JAMES R. 
Job search sequence. 

CAMPBELL, STEPHEN M. 

Jock rock -- cock rock blues. 
WILLIAMS, REBECCA. 

Jockeys . 

SPIERING, PRANK. 

Joe Smith is in a meeting. 
MCKUEN, ROD. 

Johann Weiser. 

FUERHOLZER, EDMUND. 

John Bean visualiner. 

MT. SAN JACINTO JUNIOR COLLEGE 
DISTRICT (CALIF. ) 

John Ritchie. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

John Wesley Hardin. 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Johnny, Bim and Linda. 
AGUSTSSON, AGUST ORN. 

Johnny does things. 

BROWN, JOSEPH FRANCIS. 

Johnny Owens. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 
Johnny Po. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Johnny Pot. 

BROYHILL, MARVIN T., III. 

Johnny's lesson. 

BROWN, JOSEPH FRANCIS. 

Jon. 

MCELYEA, HUGH M. 

Jonah. 

HINCKLEY, PAUL HERBERT. 

Joshua fit the battle. 
SHER, ROSE. 

Joshua, Gideon & Saul. 
BOWSER, MILTON. 

Journey. 

THORNE, MICHAEL S. 

Journey back. 

BONO, HORATIO L., JR. 

Journey out of the ghetto. 
PRAZIER, MAX Y. 

Journey to a star. 
GORDON, RUTH. (R) 

Journey to Hastings. 
GARCIA, GILBERT. 

Joy of giving. 
KUGEL, FLORENCE. 

Judas . 

NIELSEN, KEITH. 

Judas and Magdalen. 
MORANTTE, PANYENG C. 

Judas Iscariot. 
FRANK, BOB. 

Judas priest, super-greedyi or. Every- 
thing you've always needed to 
know about Judas Iscariot. 
MARTIN, ADRIAN E. 



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Judge . 

FLOYD, RONALD ELVIN. 

Judgement . 

BROWN, JOHN GRACEN. 

Judge's return. 

THE LONE RANGER. fR) 

Judging technology. 

AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY. 

Juggling demonstration. 
SANDLER, BOBBY. 

Juliette low. 
SMITH, JULIA. 

Julio Garcia was a junkie. 
CRAIG, WILLIAM R. 

Julius Caesar. 
PIA, ALBERT. 

Jumbo pie. 

MITCHELL, CHARLES DEE. 

Jump for the moon. 
WAGNER, JUDITH Y. 

Junior says. 

CEARLEY, EDGAR C. 

Jurnal de zi. 

THEODORU, STEFAN GHEORGHE. 
Jury. 

HATTYAR, HARRY B. 

Just a farmer's simple daughter. 
HAMSON, MARY E. 

Just good friends. 
ANDERSON, ERIC L. 

Just inside somewhere. 
MERCALDI, JOSEPH A. 

Just looking at boats. 
MORRIS, GORDON THOMAS. 

Just man. 

OATH, JOSEPH. 

Just one lucky ticket. 
HELLER, HAROLD. 

Just-so stories. 

GARRISON, DAVID E. 
HARRIS, AURAND. 

Justify. 

LUCAS, WARREN R. 



K 



KFO-TV weather show. 
TRAKTMAN, PEGGY. 

KSPO black history series. 
DIGGS, LARRY. 

Kaddish, 

GINSBERG, ALLEN. 

Kaddish for ourselves. 
CASTLEMAN, MICHAEL Z. 

Kamikazi. 

GUNZENHAUSER, LYNN C. 

Kansas . 

LYDEHBERG, STEVEN. 

Kansas prison system. 

STUDIO BROADCASTING SYSTEM. 

Karate wars. 

VANE, NORMAN THADDEUS . 

Kato. 

CLEMENT, AUDREY R. 

Katrina visits Wlnterland. 
GIERMANN, FREDERICK. 

Keeno Thor. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 



Keseberg. 

OAKLAND, SIMON. 

Key. 

DANOLDS, ALICE C. 

Key of friendship. 

SHERMAN, ALICE ELLA. (R) 

Key to triumphant living. 
TAYLOR, JACK. 

Keypunch training. 

AUTOMATED INSTRUCTIONAL DEVELOPMENT 
CO. 

Kid. 

COOVER, ROBERT. 

Kiddie litter. 

LEE, JAMES WADE. 

Kill Jack Riley. 

DIEHL, WILLIAM, JR. 

Killer's code. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Kilo. 

SANN, HOWARD V. 

Kind. 

CAMPBELL, ANSON. 

Kind of justice. 

WILCOX, NANCY COOKE. 

King. 

HOWARD, DONALD. 
OLIVIERI, SADYE. 

King Arthur's calamity. 
BROHAUGH, WILLIAM. 

King forever . 

TEMPLE, ROBERT E. 

King in yellow. 

CLORFENE, RICHARD. 

King Lear. 

KNULL, CHARLES H. 

King of 42nd Street — and farther. 
FEDORCHAK, IRENE TOMAN. 

King of the kingdom. 
GUWSHER, DENMIS JAMES. 

King of the Schnorrers. 
ROTER, TED. 

King of the wind. 
MILLER, CLAIRE G. 

King -who wouldn't smile. 

MOREHOUSE, THERESA BIENKO. 

Kings. 

ASSIN, SALLY. 

King's crown and I, 
BRAUNSTEIN, ALAN. 

King's Men story. 

JEFFERSON, JAMES, JR. 

Kiss or make up. 
SHARKEY, JOHN M. 

Kiss the sky. 

BATEMAN, LARRY LANE. 

Kit Carson. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Kitty Hawk. 

JENKINS, LEONARD. 

Kleine Mahagonny. 
FEINGOLD, MICHAEL. 

Knievel, a living legend. 
STRINGER, JAMES R. 

Knight of Central Park West. 
MURRAY, JOHN. 



Knowledge versus death, a theory of 
peace. 
LEWIS, EDWARD JEFFERSON. 

Komische Trilogle. 
BECSI, KURT. 

Kooky koncert. 

ROSSI, CAROLYN ERWYN. 

Krawtaddy . 

POPPE, WILLIAM. 

Kuhlkulli . 

ZUCKERMAN, BEN. 



Lady in distress. 

THE GREEN HORNET. (R) 

Lady of the camellias. 
VERDI, GIUSEPPE. (R) 

Lambs for the grave of Sheba. 
STORAGE, JOHN P. 

Land and resources. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Land ho. 

KIPLIKGER, JOHN W., JR. 

Language of lucre. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Language of odors . 

AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY. 

Large window on a small world. 
HILL, MAURICE J. 

Larry Wilson talks about selling. 
AMERICAN SALESMASTERS, LTD. 

Last Christians. 
GILHOOLEY, JOHN C. 

Last dance for Sybil. 
DAVIS, OSSIE. 

Last day . 

HAYMAN, ELIZABETH F. 

Last day in July. 

GELIS, STEPHEN MICHAEL. 

Last hostage. 

WHITNEY, ELVTE A. MOORE. 

Last hour of the day. 
YOUNG, DONALD JORDEN. 

Last laugh. 

GOTTLIEB, LAWRENCE. 

Last project. 

LANG, DANIEL W. A. 

Last score. 

COHIATY, PETER J. 

Last Supper. 

WODE, EDWARD E. 

Last voyage of the stadium people. 
SERLEN, BRUCE. 

Last words. 

WEATHERBY, WILLIAM J. 

Late date. 

BARR, WILLIAM H. 

Laugh and a giggle with Alliwishes I. 
GOLDSTEIN, BENJAMIN. 

Laughter from a cloud. 
RIGGS, LYNN. (R) 

Laundromat . 

PUGCIONI, MADELINE D. 

Law west of the Pecos. 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 



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LazyboneSj Crazybones and Skln-and- 
Bones. 
SMITH, EVELYN SHEFNER. 

Leadership of the free black ooimnunity 
In New York City,, 1827-1861. 
FREEMAN, RHODA G. 

Lear. 

BOND, EDWARD. 

Learn to sing. 

BLEHM, CLAYTON E. 

Learning tree. 

DUNDEE, DAREN. 
Leave of absence. 
GEBHARDT, RICHARD. 

Leave us 'blow (so the world can split) 
SCHUMANN, DAVID PAUL. 

Leaves of our tenderness. 
PARKER, F. WILLIAM. 

Lecture four: poetry unit. 
VACHALEK, JOAN. 

Ledge. 

CLARK, PAUL W. 

Lefty Jones inside the Conglomlno Cor- 
poration. 
HASLACH, ROBERT D. 

Lefty Jones: legally insane. 
HASLACH, ROBERT D. 

Lefty Jones on the line . 
HASLACH, ROBERT D. 

Legacy. 

NICHOLS, ROBERT. 

Legacy of gold. 
GOLISH, SHIRLEY. 

Legacy of tomorrow. 
MICOS CO. 

Legend of D. B. Cooper. 
KERNER, BRUCE. 
M Am R THEATRES, INC. 

Legend of Joe. 
SOUSA, RONALD J. 

Legend of Sleepy Hollow. 
ZEIDELMAN, CLAIRE. 

Legend of the Calendar Magician. 
GIBOR, YAEL T. 

Legend of the Conway line. 
DISNEY, STANLEY E. 

Legend of the Halloween Pig. 
MACDONALD, TERRY ROSS. 

Leonardo. 

SHERMER, MATT. 

Lesson one: Time. 

MASON, RUSSELL B. 
Lest we forget. 

HAMMONS, CECILE LAPAW. 

Let go. 

POSTON, JANE. 

Let's get dressed and go to bed. 
MARISSE, ANNE. 

Let' s go boating. 

HEATHERTEL ENTERPRISES, INC. 

Let's go novihere together. 
BRION, LUCILE B. 

Let's go window shopping. 
TARRANT, ROBERT C. 

Let's play doctor. 
BLAKE, ROBERT DAVID. 

Letters of Mary Todd Lincoln. 
KILTY, JEROME. 



Libel in the Bible. 
LEVIN, SARAIEE. 

Liberation. 
KASS, JEROME. 

Liberation of Linda Dworkin. 
BEIM, NORMAN. 

Liberation of the Greenwald family. 
EDWARDS, BRUCE. 

Liberia and Rodesia. 

IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CORP. 

Library. 

WHITEMAN, AMR AM. 

Library of literature, LL-26. 

COOK, ALBERT. 
Life and death in a public place. 

BRADFORD, BENJAMIN. 

Life of Christ. 

MCPHEE, PRANCES HARGRAVE. 

Life of Johnson being a satire and 
imitation of Boswell's Life, newly 
revised and expurgated. 
VARGO, JOHN. 

Life on Vashon Island, a different view. 
SCHLICK, FRED. 

Life study. 

BIRNKRANT, ARTHUR. 

Lifetime. 

KALINOSKI, RICHARD ALLEN. 
Light . 

FOSTER, JAMES. 

Lights and shadows. 
NADLER, REUBEN. 

Lights of Paris. 

ANDERSON, BEVERLY NEWQUIST. 

Like rich pipe tobacco. 
BELL, JOHN SHANNON. 

Likely tale. 

STEIN, TAO STRONG. 

Lilac time. 
PARK, PHIL. 

Lillom. 

HAMMERSTEIN, OSCAR, 2d. (R) 

Lilith. 

ROSSEN, ROBERT. 
Lina and St. Anthony's revenge. 

GRIECO, ROSE P. 

Lina and -the lousy dream. 
GRIECO, ROSE F. 

Lina arranges a baptism. 
GRIECO, ROSE F. 

Lina does a paint job. 
GRIECO, ROSE F. 

Line country. 
WHITE, RUTH S. 

Linear gravity G^, the force-charge of 
isotropic space. 
ZACHOW, ARNOLD A. 

Lisa. 

HAHMER, RONALD. 
SOFFER, SAMUEL. 

Listen at that bull. 
COLEMAN, GEORGE. 

Listen for the crickets. 
LAVERY, JOHN M. 

Listening and communication skills 
training. 
GRZEGOREK, ALFRED E. 

Listening with a purpose. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS. 



Litter at Lollypop Lake,. 
TRAKTMAN, PEGGY SIMON. 

Little bird. 

MONDSHEIH, KENNETH. 

Little Boy Blue. 

GOLDSTEIN, BENJAMIN. 

Little britches. 
COTTRELL, KENT A. 

Little dancing. 

SMITH, ROBERT KIMMEL. 

Little friend from Front Street. 
BUDGAR, ESTHER L. 

Little -girl dragon of Alabaster-on 
Fenwick. 
SIMPSON, KARIN F. E. 

Little Mahagonny. 
FEINGOLD, MICHAEL. 

Little man who wasn't there. 
THE SHADOW. (R) 

Little mother. 
PHELAN, BRIAN. 

Little nightingale. 
LUND, JOAN WERLING. 

Little old hermit of the northwest woods 
STORY, EUGENIA. 

Little piece of culture. 
MONTGOMERY, MICHAEL T. 

Little rain. 
MAECK, PETER. 

Little Red Riding Hood. 
SCHWARTZ, EUGENE. 

Little singing. 

SMITH, ROBERT KIMMEL. 

Little Willie and the money tree. 
LUFTIG, DON. 

Live at the Curran Theater. 
BRUCE, LENNY. 

Lives Of artists. 
SERLEN, BRUCE. 

Living art. 

HILL, PHILIP G. 

Living purple ooze. 
LOMBARDO, KATHLEEN. 

Living room. 

CAMPBELL, ESTHER MCCRACKEN. (R ) 

Living With Lina TV series. 
GRIECO, ROSE F. 

Lizard of fire. 
THE SHADOW. (R) 

Lizzie. 

FRENCH, JOAN. 

Lloyd Bridges' water world. 
HEATHERTEL ENTERPRISES, INC. 

Lobster show. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

Loch monster . 
EWALD, URSULA. 

Looura de almas . 

PELTO, MICHAEL CHARLES. 

Logorhythm of three. 
CRADDOCK, KENNETH C. 

Lokasamgrahaya . 
SCHWARTZ, ALVIN. 

Lonely atom. 

AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY. 

Lonely clubhouse. 
URBANO, ANTHONY R. 



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Lonely poison. 
WELLS, ROSS. 

Lonelyhearts. 
FRIED, RICHARD. 

Lonesome train, 

ROBINSON, EARL. (R) 

Long climb without. 
HOLLIS, DARYL J. 

Long journey. 
ERICKSOH, JANE. 

Long way from here. 
ANTHONY, EARL LEON. 

Longhorn trail. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Lonnie, James, Bernhardt and Zoowolsfci. 
SEDLAK, JOHN E. 

Look away. 

KILTY, JEROME. 

Looking for Ebigone. 
NAGIE, EGBERT. 

Looping or 360° flossing. 

PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION & RESEARCH. 

Loose ends. 

PASHALIDES, JAMES. 

Lord and the lady. 
DAVIS, PAUL E. 

Lord Andrew's passport. 
HAMMARSTROM, DAVID LEWIS. 

Lords of hell. 
DAVIS, PAUL E. 

Lorenzaccio. 

MUSSET, ALFRED DE. 
Lorenzo, 

MORRONE, VINCENT. 

Los Angeles today. 
OSWALD, ELINOR. 

Lost captain, 
BRUNS, EUGENE. 

Lost heritage, the dark race. 
HIRSCHOWITZ, ABRAHAM S. 

Lost key. 

HUHN, AUSTIN 0,, II. 

Lost soul. 

COEBITT, DARNELL, 

Louie cawn't. 

JACKSON, DOUGLAS WILLIAM, 

Love, 

SUNDOL, CONRAD. 

Love and kisses, 
DUFFY, DOLORES A, 

Love and the treacherous genes. 
SKVOHECKY, JOSEF. 

Love: any style. 

AXELRAD, NANCY SANDRA. 

Love club. 

LASRY, GWYTIETH HUGHES. 

Love for love. 
EUGSTER, CARL. 

Love game. 

GIPE, GEORGE A, 

Love lottery. 

GATTEY, CHARLES NEILSON. 

Love, love. 

STEVENSON, WILLIAM ADELL, III. 

Love minus one. 

GYORPFY, GABRIEL EMERY. 

Love of Dr. S, 

DAVIS, DALE MILLER, 



Love scene. 

COOVER, ROBERT. 

Love suicide at Schofleld Barracks. 
LINNEY, ROMULUS, 

Love that failed. 
ANOUILH, JEAN. 

Love thief. 

PULITO, ANNIE MARIA. 

Love thy family. 
BIZZIOS, JOHN. 

Love thy neighbor, 
FLEISHER, ADOLPH. 

Lovebirds . 

TEREFENKO, THOMAS. 

Lovers' serenade. 
WILLIS, GRACE. (R) 

Love's getting mighty scarce around 

here. 

ATKINS, FRED. 
Loves of Leonardo. 

SHERMER, MATT. 

Lower. 

ARTHUR, FRED H. 

Loyal opposition. 
COHEN, ERIC. 

Lucifer has a plan. 
THE SHADOW. (R) 

Luckily we need. 
AMIR, AVIVA, 

Lucky boots . 

CELONA, JOHN ANTHONY. 

Luke Short, 

THE LONE RANGER, (R) 

Lulu. 

PABST, G. W. 

Luminosity without radiance: a self 

portrait. 

PETRIDES, AVRA. 
Lunch hour in the garment district, 
SERLEN, BRUCE, 

Luscher test. 

CONRAD, JACK H. 

Lyrical guide, 
CLAY, ALVOID, 

Lysistrata. 

WAINRIB, SIMON. 
WHEATLEY, WILLIAM THOMAS. 

Lysistrata' s lib, 
WAINRIB, SIMON. 



M 



M is for. 

BIERHAUS, E. G., JR. 

M, L. King, Jr. 

BENEDICT, MARTIN, pseud. 

Macbeth. 

CAGIADA, GIOVANNI BATTISTA. 

Macbett. 

TONES CO, EUGENE. 

McGovern presidential endorsement. 
KING, CORETTA SCOTT. 

Mackinac . 

SLABEY, CHARLENE W. 

MacLeod o' Dunatore. 

JOHNSON, DEE STRICKLAND. 

McRow a.nd the air. 

ROBERTS, RICHARD FRANK. 

Madame Louise . 

SYLVAINE, VEEHON. (R) 

Madeleines. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 



Madhouse adventure. 
THE GREEN HORNET. (R) 

Madlock. 

HATCH, GEORGE, JR. 

Madmen and specialists. 
SOYINKA, HOLE. 

Maedchen von Ellzondo. 

ROYLE, JOSEPHINE FETTER. (R) 

Magic boy and the holiday bicycles. 

FLYNN, GEORGE G. 

Magic cypress tree. 

OXENDINE, BILLIE JEAN. 
Magic flute. 

MOZART, WOLFGANG AMADEUS . 

SCHIKAKEDER, EMANUEL. 

Magic merry-go-round. 
GRAHAM, FRIEDL, 

Magic of Christmas. 
EVANS, DEBORAH ANN. 

Magic of Jolson. 
SIEBEN, PEARL. 

Magic pinata. 

PORTER, BETTY CASE. 

Magical marriage of the miser's 

maiden. 

DURKEE, NORMAN E. 
Mainspring C'narlie. 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Make a gay noise unto the Lord. 
MARTIN, JACQUELINE LOUISE. 

Make a j'oyful noise unto the Lord. 
GREENE, CAROL. 

Make-believe sheriff. 
THE GREEN HORNET. (R) 

Make my people live. 

MORRIS, SHIRLEY RHODES. 

Make peace. 
RITZ, JOEL. 

Make room for the animals. 

GOLDBLOOM, IRMA A. 
Makin ' it. 

GREENIDGE, GERTRUDE. 

Making of a king. 
PERRIE, ERNESTINE. 

Making of a shaman. 

HOLT, RUTH VIOLET HIATT. 

Making of the flag. 
URBANO, ANTHONY R. 

Making repeat calls. 

BUREAU OF BUSINESS PRACTICE, INC. 

Malade imaginaire. 
MCBRIDE, SALLY. 

Malentendu. 

CAMUS, ALBERT. (R) 

Mama's bank account. 
VAN DEUTEN, JOHN. (R) 

Mama's children. 

REDMOND, LAWRENCE CRAIG, JR. 

Mama's crazy horse rocking again. 
CODLING, BESS. 

Mama's got heartburn, 'cause baby girl 
just won't learn. 
MARTIN, JACQUELINE LOUISE. 

Man among men. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 



Man and a woman. 
LELOUCH, CLAUDE. 

Man and his earthly environment. 
SHEARER, GUY C. 

Man called Christ. 
THOMAS, S. MCCLAIN. 

Man hunt. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 



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Man on the cross. 

WOLMAN^ BENJAMIN BINEM. 

Man that corrupted Hadleyburg. 
MOULTON HERBERT. 

Man who went to Warsaw. 
FRIEND 5 ROBERT. 

Man who wished death. 
THE SHADOW. (R) 

Man with the missing memory. 
THE SHADOW. (R) 

Man without a country. 
ZEIDELMAN, CLAIRE. 

Management of time. 

INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANTS 
(NORTH AMERICA) LTD. 

Management process. 

INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANTS 
(NORTH AMERICA) LTD. 

Management's obligation. 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Management's role in cost reduction — 
a divergent view. 
GITTLER, HARVEY. 

Managing change. 

INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANTS 
(NORTH AMERICA) LTD. 

Managing discipline. 

INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANTS 
(NORTH AMERICA) LTD. 

Managing Infection In the leukemic 
patient. 
MANN, KINGSLEY M. 

Managing the TB patient. 
MABB, KINGSLEY M. 

Manana is here. 
BLANDO, MARTIN. 

Manhattan story book. 
LEWIS, OVID B. (R) 

Manna , 

ANDERSON, ROBERT K. 

Mano y mano. 

TINO, MARCELLO. 

Man ' s monument . 

EASTMAN, FRED. (R) 

Manteau d'Arlequln. 
CLAIR, RENE. 
DUBILLARD, ROLAND. 
lONESCO, EUGENE. 
MAHET, EDUARDO. 

Many worlds of Howard Hughes. 
DAVIDSON, RICHARD. 

Marching as to war. 

GOLDEMBERG, ROSE LEIMAN. 

Marcus Welby, M.D. 
LUND, JOAN WERLING. 
WAGNER, JUDITH Y. 

Margate Village. 
WYSKIEL, DONNA. 

Marguerite. 

SALACROU, ARMAND. (R) 

Maria Teresa. 
PIALLO, DELIA. 

Marie. 

COPELAND, MELFORD CLYDE. 

Marijuana and other precious stones. 
SHAFFER, MICHAEL. 

Marlka. 

BIESANTZ, BARBARA SYLVIA. 

Mark Twain x three. 
MOULTON, HERBERT. 



Marksman's daughter. 
ZAKSENBERG, SHALOM. 

Marlln the Magnificent. 
MOE, CHRISTIAN. 

Marriage brokers. 

LAVENDER, WILLIAM D. 

Marriage is a sure thing. 
SPITZER, MURRAY. 

Marry me J Marry me . 
ANDERSEN, DENNIS R. 

Martene. 

DU BOIS, WILLIAM L. 

Martyred mother. 

STERLING, ROBERT T. 
Marvelous misadventure of Sherlock 

Holmes. 

RAUCINA, THOMAS P. 

Mary Baker Eddy — the truth and the 
tradition. 
JOY, ARTHUR FRANCIS. 

Mary Magdalene's account of the Trans- 
figuration. 
ZANKEL, HARRY T. 

Mary 0! Or, The girl of the golden West. 
HARRIGAN, NOLAN, JR. 

Mary Stuart. 

BRADFORD, BENJAMIN. 

Mary Tyler Moore show . 
PHILIP, ANME. 

Mary's chary. 

MIKENAS, EDWARD, SR . 

Mas antes . 

ROMERO, RAMON DAVID ANTONIO CARRANZA. 

^o c Jr c: 

CHOlffl, PATRICIA. 

Mast tours, 

SUFISM REORIENTED, INC. 

Master and Egor. 
TELEPHOMPTER CORP. 

Master switch. 

PINSKY, RICHARD. 

Masterkeys to management -- The manag- 
er as an evaluator. 
ADVANCEMENT CONCEPTS UNLIMITED. 

Mathematical thinking. 
DANIELS, CHARLES. 

Matter of choice. 
SWARTZ, DONALD P. 

Matter of conscience. 
DE LIAGRE, NICHOLAS. 

Matter of yo' mind. 
STEELE, RICHARD. 

Mau Mau oath-taking ceremony admin- 
istered by General Blood. 
LARSON, MICHAEL TODD. 

Max. 

GRASS, GUENTER. 

Mayas . 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Me and you. 

MILLER, JANET LEE. 

Meaning of life eternal. 
WARD, WAYNE. 

Meanwhile back in the womb. 
MORGAN, DAVID. 

Measuring training results. 

INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANTS 
(NORTH AMERICA) LTD. 



Medea. 
DUNLAP, 



JANE B. 



Medecin volant . 

MOLIERE, JEAN BAPTISTE POQUELIN. 

Medical anatomy, terminology, physi- 
ology. 
TECH-ED, INC. 

Medical center. 
GOLD, BARRY E. 

Medley of variations show. 
VALRICH, HELEN. 

Medusa. 

CARBALLIDO, EMILIO. 

Meet me at George's place. 
DE LURIA, ANTON. 

Meeting. 

FITCH, KENNETH W. , JR. 
HALL, VIRGINIA. 

Meeting of minds. 
ZWETTLER, LEA H. 

Melissa Adams. 

HALL, JAMES HAMILTON. 

Melting pot. 

MORGAN, LUE EDNA. 

Membership committee. 
GREGORY, FRANK. 

Memoirs of Satan. 

WERDERMANN, WILLIAM A. 

Memory of resistance. 
LIPPA, LOUIS. 

Men and molecules. 

AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY. 

Menninger team. 
FOGEL, JULIUS. 

Mercury pool. 

ARMSTRONG, ALTHEA ROGETTA. 

Mermaid dramabook. 
BRANDON, JAMES R. 

Mermaid room. 
WHITING, LEE. 

Mermaids singing. 

ROBINEITE, GEORGE EDWARD. 
VAU DRUTEN, JOHN. (R) 

Merry Christmas by the thousand. 
THE SHADOW. (R ) 

Message. 

LAWRENCE, HAPPY JAMES. 

Meter maid. 

SEILLER, STAN. 

Metier. 

HANSEN, RICHARD. 

Mexican drug pusher. 
CURTIS, JAMES NEIL. 

Mexican salt. 

GIMBEL, PETER R. 

Michael. 

LONOW, MARK MITCHEL. 
SHELDON, DENNIS JEROME. 

Michael: a king. 

BOSWELL, ALGER V., II. 

Michael-John. 
CRAME, LOR. 

Micrometers. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FIIMS . 

Midas. 

HODGE, DOUG. 

Middle concept theory. 
FISCHER, LYNN HENRY. 



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Middle ground. 

BRADFORD, BENJAMIN. 

Middle man. 

WATSON, HARMON S. 

Midnight bus . 
LIZARDI, JOE. 

Midnight ride. 

ASHLEY, FRANKLIN B. 

Midnight special. 
MASON, CLIFFORD. 

Mike finds a dog. 

STEINGARD, EDWARD P. 

Miles around. 
ARTHUR, FRED H. 

Miles gloriosus. 

JOHNSON, DOUGLAS A. 

Milk and honey. 

HARRIGAN, NOLAN, JR. 

Mind over murder. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 

Mine. 

MARINELLA, EUGENE PAUL, JR. 

Mini too many. 

LOCKHAET, JAMES. 

Miniraag 5, 32-311l/lc. 
GREENE, CAROL. 

'Minnie ' s 




i»^- MARX, 



boys. 
ARTHUR, 



Minstrel. 

ARDEN, JAMES. 



Minstrel boy. 

DEAN, PHILLIP HAYES. 

Miracle of creating through technology. 
HUCKS, WILLIAM R., JR. 

Miracle of Sister Love. 
NEALS, BETTY H. 

Miracle of Theophilus. 
PALMER, WINTHROP B. 

Miracle record offer. 
CURTIS, JAMES NEIL. 

Misfit. 

ROBINSON, ADRIAN. 

Miss Agatha, 

SIMPSON, MARITA. 

Miss Dilly says no. 
PRATT, THEODORE. (R) 

Miss Hargreaves. 

BREEN, WILVA LOAMI DAVIS. 

Miss Sue. 

WINKLER, ANTHONY C. 

Missing dead. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 

Missing man. 

LE VINE, IRVING E. 
Missing parts. 

KNIGHT, GARY W. 

Mission. 

VINTI, JOSEPH C. 

Mr. Fenton. 

WEST, ROBERT DAVIS. 

Mister Jordan. 

ZAPOR, JOHN RANDOLPH. 

Mr. Mystery (Who's me?) 
WOON, BASIL DILLON. 



Mr. Paul's Macreevan. 

HASKINS, PATRICIA MARIE ALICETTE. 

Mr. Peeps. 

HOPKINS, GERALD W. 

Mr. Popularity. 
LIPPMAN, SIDNEY. 

Mr. Smallberg heads them off at the 
pass. 
WINGATE, GIFFORD W. 

Mr. Wlezenhymer has been declared 
insane. 
HANSEN, RICHARD. 

Mrs. Guerney. 

LYDENBERG, STEVEN. 

Mrs. McWilllams and the lightning. 
MOULTON, HERBERT. 

Mrs. Stokes was a general's wife. 
URBAMT, KAY. 

Mixed marriage. 

HUNTOE, ALBERT LOUIS. (R) 



Mixed water. 
WHITE, BUKKA. 

Mod squad. 

MCKEITHEN, BRUCE ALLEN. 

Model for community renewal through 
community organization. 
INSTITUTE FOR RELIGIOUS & SOCIAL 
STUDIES . 

Model from Black church experience. 
INSTITUTE FOR RELIGIOUS & SOCIAL 
STUDIES. 

Model from education. 

INSTITUTE FOR RELIGIOUS & SOCIAL 
STUDIES . 

Model from the extended African family. 
INSTITUTE FOR RELIGIOUS & SOCIAL 
STUDIES. 

Moderate. 

WASHINGTON, ELIZABETH LESLIE. 

Modern age. 

SULLIVAN, JOHM M. 
Modern-day Johnny Anpleseed. 
BROYHILL, MARVIN T., III. 

Modern film scripts. 
BUNUEL, LUIS. 
LELOUCH, CLAUDE. 

Modern science. 

SIMPSON, FREDERICK DOUGLAS. 

Modular motels and restaurants by 
lecture. 
HARRELL, CHARLES D. 

Modus operandi. 
ELFENBEIN, HIRAM. 

Mom. 

LIPSCOMB, JANE BIVINS . 

Monday never comes. 
SAPONARO, THOMAS J. 

Money . 

JOSEPHS, RAOUL, pseud. 

Money-back guarantee . 
FLYNN, DONALD R. 

Money random sayings . 
MATLOCK, NORMAN. 

Mongoose and the three little pigs. 
MCCLAIN, NOLAND MILTON. 

Monica the moonlkorn and her happy 
sun days. 
STAUCH, GEORGE. 



Monitor instruction program, M.I. P. 
160800. 
GRAEP, DAVID W. 

Monkey sees murder. 

THE RETURM OF NICK CARTER. (R) 

Monologue two. 
MABLEY, MOMS. 

Monsieur Pompadour. 
DORIN, PRANCOISE. 

Monster. 

SELDON, NICHOLAS ALAN. 

Monsters run v;ild. 
■man, RANDOLPH J. 

Montgomery. 

STOCKTON, DOLORES F. 

Monty Regan. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Monument for Marmaduke, 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Morak -- C.I. A. 

CUMMIN GS, RAYMOND P. 

More about French bread. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

More effective prospecting. 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Morpheus . 

WEISS, ERNEST RAOUL. 

Mort qui fait le trottoir. 
MONTHERIANTj HENRY DE. 

Most Important person. 

SHIPLEY, CHARLES WARREN, JR. 

Mother Goose. 

SAMUEL, K. 0. (R) 

Mother Goose bandit. 
THE SHADOW. (R) 

Mother, Mother, Mother, pin a rose on 
me, 
LEWIS, MARLENE KNEE. 

Mother was a vampire. 
GARCIA, GILBERT. 

Mountain. 

ERICKSON, JANE. 

Mountain meadow massacre. 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Mournful rings the bell. 
MARTIN, WILLIAM G., JR. 

Mousse au chocolate. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

Move over Mrs. Markham. 

COONEY, RAY. 
Movie, movie on the wall. 
ORDWAY, SALLY. 

Moving picture. 
MILLER, DENNY. 

Muddy water. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Muggers, Inc. 
HART, DORIS. 

Muleys mules. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Mummy did it. 
BIGG, PHYLLIS. 

Murder brevdng for temperature's rising 
DAVIS, MILBURN. 

Murder by five. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 



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Murder by suicide. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 

Murder goes to college. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 

Murder in the rain. 

THE GREEN HORNET. (R) 

Murder kid. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Murder masquerade. 

THE GREEN HORNET. (R) 

Murder once removed. 
WEIMAN, IRVING GAYNOR. 

Muse of fire. 

DANIELS, MARY LOUISE. 

Mushrooms forever. 

JANATA, THOMAS ARTHUR. 

Music jar. 

MASTERS, NANCY. 

Musing. 

WISE, JOHN D. 

Muskegon County experiment. 
AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY. 

Mustard on your pancakes. 
MASSEY, FERN C. 

Mustard seeds & wine skins. 
POOVEY, W. A. 

Mutlma. 

BUNDY, MARTHA. 

Mutiny on the Somers. 

CULLINAN, THOMAS PATRICK. 

My battlefield, my body. 
KLEINFELD, LEONARD N. 

My brother, my sister. 
PHILLIPS, IRNA. 



My country Is the world. 
BOGUE, LUCILE MAXFIELD. 

My daughter Coppella. 
GRIFFITHS, PHILIP. 

My home, 

ANDERSON, JOHN. 

My house, divided. 
ROSS, HARLAN. 

My Junie's coming home. 
BLATTNER, DONALD L. 

My triangle. 

SALAZAR M., DOMINGO. 

Mystere d'Alceste. 

YOURCENAR, MARGUERITE. 

Mysteries of life are unfolding. 
DAVIS, ALBERT. 
Mystery at the haunted house . 
KRAUSE, CAROL ANN. 

Mystery in the dentist's office. 
THE GREEN HORNET. (R) 



Mystery of Melchisedec. 
GURR, ERIC T. 

Myth America. 
FYFFE, DONALD. 



N 



Naives hlrondelles. 

DUBILLARD, ROLAND. 

Nannies. 

SKOURTIS, GIORGOS. 



Narcissus. 

MYHATT, DAVID HINDS. 

Nathan the wise. 

LESSING, GOTTHOLD EPHRAIM. 

National Women Executives, Inc. 
Standard memter installation. 
POLLARD, LILYCE JUNE. 

Natural beauty treatments. 
CHAND, RINA. 

Nature of space. 

SANDERSON FILMS, INC. 

Near distance. 

GALVIN, MATTHEW R. 

Neck flex. 

POSTON, JANE. 

Ned Tyson's destiny. 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Negative-positive . 
CHALFI, RAQUEL. 

Neighbors. 

LEOKUM, ARKADY. 

Neo-orthodoxy. 

OOSTENDORP, LUBBERTUS . 



Nesting. 

SCHWARTZ, LINDA. 

Neurological care series. 
DECISION MEDIA, INC. 

Never any pomegranates. 
OURIEFF, VERNI G. 

Never dying King. 
COLEMAN, ANGELEE. 

New age wedding ceremony. 
SAIS, HAZEL A. 

New and Improved. 
ARTHUR, FRED H. 

New church for a new nation. 
YETTER, FRANCIS J. 

New day. 

FECHTOR, STEPHEN M. 

New day in a new era. 
MOORE, ULYSSIES G. 

New horizons in music appreciation. 
SCHICKELE, PETER. 

New Jersey Law Journal Audio Digest 
library series. 
VERBEL, JERRY. 

New life of Avatar Meher Baba. 
SUFISM REORIENTED, INC. 

New look at the new left. 
SHEEHAW, MARY ELIZABETH. 

New man. 

HARRIS, HAROLD J. 

New moon prone . 
POSTON, JANE. 

New one-act plays, 1972. 
HAVENS, BETTY. 

New plays from the black theatre. 
BULLINS, ED. 

New theory for the relativity of mind- 
space. 
HURTAK, JAMES JOACHIM. 

New York at night. 
SHMELTSMAN, LEO. 

News -hawks. 

BLUMENFELD, LENORE. 

Next time, 
BULLINS, ED. 
WILLIAMS, DAWN GRAY. 



Next time let it be as a toadstool. 
CAMPBELL, KATHLEEN MARIE. 



Next week. 
NICHOLSON, 



JAMES CHARLES. 



Niagara. 

BAIRD, HIRAM K. 

Nicholas Nlckelby, 
EVANS, MARK. 

Nick Carter. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 

Nie-boska komedla. 

WICKSTROM, GORDON M. 

Night class at Harlem U. 
BURDINE, W. B. 

Night gallery. 

WISPEH, MICHAEL B. 

Night of Joseph's lamentation and joy. 
LEWIS, HARRIET, 

Night of the beast. 
BULLINS, ED. 

Night of the gypsies. 

BITTNER, WILLIAM RUSSELL, JR. 

Night of the iguana. 
WILLIAMS, TENNESSEE. 

Nine as one. 

GORDON, CHARLES F. 

Nine going on ten. 
ARMSTRONG, JOHN. 

9 plays from the mini rep. 
HON, DAVID C. 

1975: the great American revolution. 
SCHIMMEL, BRUCE IAN. 

1925. 

EASON, DAVID H. 

Nltrosoamlnes: a reappraisal. 
AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY. 

Mo church next Sunday. 
JONES, ELVA G. 

No country for old men. 
WILLIAMS, BRYAN. 

No-fault automobile accident insurance. 
STUDIO BROADCASTING SYSTEM. 

No gimmicks , 

ARTHUR, FRED H. 

No medals. 

CAMPBELL, ESTHER MCCRACKEN. (R) 
No more games . 

MUAULAY, MARY. 

No sun in the desert. 
DICKMAN, KENNETH. 

No turning back. 

GOLDSTEIN, CEIL. 
NO, you didn't. 

SCOTT, SERET 0. 

Noah, Noah. 

STREET, ROLAND CARL, II. 

Nobody but an enemy. 

BURTON, THOMAS D. 
Nobody flows like Lorraine. 
LANDY, ROBERT J. 

Nobody loses. 

GALLIANI, STANLEY DAN. 

Nocturno-erotico. 

ESCRIVA SORIANO, VICENTE. 
Not so famous memoirs of little Johnny 



Baker, 
FRIEDMAN, 



R. M. 



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Nothing bothers me. 
YOUNG, ROGER K. 

Nothing's Impossible. 
RUDERMAN, MYEON. 

Notions. 

LAHDRES, SIMM. 

Notte di lady. 

CAGIADA, GIOVANNI BATTISTA. 

Nous la liberte. 
CLAIR, RENE. 

Now and then. 

HEATHERTEL ENTERPRISES, INC. 
WEIHER, GLORIA ELLEN. 

Now for then -- it might have been. 
CALLENDER, CLARENCE N. 

Now Is everybody satisfied. 
SMITH, EVELYN SHEFNER. 

Now is forever. 

HAKDISTY, MARGARET ELIZABETH. 

Nubian II. 

STEWART, SYLVESTER. 

Nucleus for the World Peace Council. 
HAGEMANN, IRIS WORTH. (R) 

Number 76. 

DAMICO, JAMES. 

No. 3. 

ZEISSLER, PAUL ROBERT. 

Nunc pro tunc . 

CALLENDER, CLARENCE N. 

Nuptials. 

ZIOGHAS, VASSILIS. 

Nurnberg stove. 

ZEIDEIMAN, CLAIRE. 

Nursery basic/Thursday. 
LEHN & FINK PRODUCTS. 

Nursing care: a problem-solving 
approach . 
CAREER DEVELOPMENT CORP. 



Nursing process. 

BOSTON COLLEGE, CHESTNUT HILL, MASS. 
SCHOOL OF NURSING. 



o 



Julia. 

BRADFORD, BENJAMIN 



O-o-oh, I'm living in love. 
ATKINS, FRED. 



07 to the 70' S. 

UNITED PARCEL SERVICE OF AMERICA, INC. 

Oak Glen Prison. 

SULLIVAN, JAMES PHILIP. 

Obtuse triangle. 

TREVENS, FRANCINE L. 

Ode to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 
COX, JOSEPH MASON ANDREW. 

Oedipus Rex. 

PASOLINI, PIER PAOLO. 

Of a silence in the sun. 
DUNAU, MARK JOSEPH. 

Of Children and forgotten heroes. 
SHORES, CHARLES G. 



Of course you don't. 

PERRY, MARY ELIZABETH. 

Of dreams and things. 

GIBSON, JOHN WORTHINGTON. 

Off the oar dynamic wheel balance. 
MT. SAN JACINTO JUNIOR COLLEGE 
DISTRICT (CALIF. ) 

Off the record. 

DINSMORE, HERMAN HENRY. (R) 

Off the top. 
HARRIS, NEIL. 

Ogre's wife. 
KAHAN, VIVIAN. 

Ogungo sequence. 

BIRINGER, JOHN CLAUDE. 

Oh, brother. 

DEVAL, JACQUES. (R) 

Oh, oh, Thoreau. 

BELLITTO, NICHOLAS. 

Oil comes from dinosaurs. 
SPITZER, MURRAY. 

Oilman. 

DEWITT, IMRE. 

Oil's well that ends well. 
BENNETT, ANITA M. 

Oj'enke. 

MCNEIL, DORIS. 

Old and new, fast and slow. 
HEATHERTEL ENTERPRISES, INC. 

Old Ben. 

SIMPSON, JOE C. 

Old foolishness. 

CARROLL, PAUL VINCENT. (R) 

Old friends. 

FOOTE, HORTON. 

Old King Cole. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

ZEIDELMAN, CLAIRE. 

Old man and his cat. 
HAEKINS, WALTER H. 

Old Man Earth. 

EIKENBERRY, GARY L. 

Old neighborhood . 
BENTKOVER, JACOB. 

Old school sheriff. 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Old Virginia moon. 

COSTELLO, DONA BELLE. (R) 

Old West tenable. 

MIDDLETON, WALTER J. 

Ole' Zeb. 

ROBINSON, ADRIAN. 

Oil's ice cream suit. 
PLOETZ, RICHARD G. 

Olmecs. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Omelette show. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

Omen are not created equal. 

SPITZ, ROBERT. 
On a honeymoon, one can be a crowd . 

BRISCOE, DON F. 

On becoming. 

PREHEIM, LYLE, ed . 

On Leonardo. 

STITES, RAYMOND S. 



On prehistoric systematic composition 
underlying current languages. 
JODAITIS, LADISLAUS T. 

On second thought. 
SCLUFER, NICHOLAS. 

On Strlvers Row. 

HILL, ABRAM BARRINGTON. 

On the oar wheel balance. 

MT. SAN JACINTO JUNIOR COLLEGE 
DISTRICT (CALIF.) 

On the lam. 

WALTER, ROBERT P. 

On the rebound . 
HELLER, JOHN. 

On the rocks. 
PETRIDES, AVRA. 

On the street. 
WESTON, PAUL. 

On top of Old Smoky. 
SMITH, EARL HOBS ON. 

On with the dance. 
MEYERSON, EDWARD E. 

Once again Cain reborn. 
TALLMAN, ALBERT. 

Once more. 

LAVORI, ANGEIO. 

Once over lightley. 

CALDTOLL, JOHN HOWARD. (R) 

one* told tales. 

KREHZKE, RAYMOND E. 

Once upon a one-time holiday. 
THOMPSON, PAUL J. 

Once upon a scoundrel. 
VAN RONKEL, RIP. 

Once upon a tailor. 
LUMET, BARUCH. 

Qndlne. 

GIRADOUX, JEAN. 

One and a half Samaritans. 
JOHANSON, LYNN STEVEN. 

One cat, two. 

GREEN, PHYLLIS. 

One country indivisible. 
BREMKAMP, LAURA. 

$l4o an oz. gold, whooy not. 
ALLEN, DAYTON. 

One in a thousand. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

One minute before death. 
TUDELA, ENRMUE TORRES. 

One of these days. 
USIGLI, RODOLFO. 

One penny and nine honest words. 
HAYES, ERNEST. 

One person (Love) 
SUNDOL, CONRAD. 

1 plus then. 

JAEGER, T. MICHAEL. 

One revolution. 
PARENS, RACHEL A. 

1, 2, 3- 

SYKES, ELROY KEITH. 

One who came back. 
HUDSON, WADE, JR. 

One wish to Broadway. 
CANNEY, JOHN C. 

One world. 

TRENHOLlffi, ISABEL WHITMAN. 

Only fools are sad. 
FRIEND, ROBERT. 



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Only the heart. 

FOOTE, HORTON. (R) 
Only the master. 
BRADFORD, ROY. 

Onward Christian soldiers. 
SCHULTZ, THOMAS JAY. 

Onward to the mountaintop , 
ASKEW, LOIS ANNETTE CHALKER . 

Oops. 

WARRACK, DAVID MICHAEL. 

Opal is a diamond. 
PATRICK, JOHN. 

Open window. 

BELL, JOHN SHANNON. 

Opening and closing with humor. 

BUREAU OF BUSINESS PRACTICE, INC. 

Opera comique. 

STRAUSS, RONALD HUGH. 

Optical character recognition and the 
economics of OCR. 
TIERNEY, DAVID F. 

Option. 

WHITCOMB, JOYCE A. 



Or. 

FERRY, PELTON. 

Orange-banana. 

FREEMAN, DAVID E. 

Ordeal of a playwright. 
BROWN, JOHN MASON. 

Order in the court. 
DYSON, BEULAH P. 

Order of the orchid. 

LLOYD, RICHARD LEVIS. (R) 

Oregon Trail. 

WILLIAMSON, JAMES RALPH. 

Organization for getting things done. 
INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANTS 
(NORTH AMERICA) LTD. 

Organization renewal. 

INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANTS 
(NORTH AMERICA) LTD. 

Original comedy monologue. 
LUBETKIN, STEVEN. 

Original harvest book, HE 221. 
GRASS, GUENTER. 

Orphanage . 

MORALES, CONRAD. 

Oscar and Bosie. 
SHANLEY, EDWARD. 

Other people. 
BERGER, THOMAS. 

Other side of the coin. 
MEREDITH, FAITH. 

Our busy people . 

ALLIED MEMORIAL COUNCIL. 

Our dear darling baby boy X. 
BERLAND, HOWARD. 

Our yellow dog is the yellowest. 
KENNEY, RONALD E. 

Out around moose. 
WASHBURN, DERIC. 

Out in the woods. 

NOLAN, DANIEL PAUL. 
Out of bounds. 

UNGAR, MANYA S. 

Out of their time. 
JOHNA, ZITA. (R) 



Out of this world. 
HAYWARD, JOYCE. (R) 

Out of time. 

REEVES, THEODORE. (R ) 

Out shopping. 

ARCE, MANUEL JOSE, JR. 

Outlaw ' s son. 

THE LONE RANGER, (r) 

Oval portrait. 

TUDELA, ENRIQUE TORRES. 

Over the law of the land. 
JUMP, VINNIE MORROW. 

Overcoming stage fright. 

BUREAU OF BUSINESS PRACTICE, INC. 

Overnight. 

INGE, WILLIAM. 

Overture to Prometheus. 
KULJIAN, ROY RONALD. 



PBX-switchboard telephone training 
techniques . 
WILLIAMS, JESSIE M. 

PCBs: the accidental pollutants. 
AMEHICAM CHEMICAL SOCIETY. 

P.C.V. systems — operation and service. 
MT. SAN JACINTO JUNIOR COLLEGE 
DISTRICT (CALIF.) 

P. I. P. 

BAK, JULIA G. 

P-R-0-G-R-E-S-S. 
PAXTON, GARY S. 

Padre Juan (Father John) 
CRUZ, CESAR A. 

Pageant of Skalvalla. 
JOHNSON, MABEL. 

Painting as communication. 
HAMBY, RAY. 

Painting people in transparent water- 
color. 
FLORY, PHOEBE. 

Pandora. 

NOLLMAN, JAMES. 

Pandora's box. 
PABST, G. W. 

Panto patches. 

SIMPSON, HAROLD. (R) 

Papa Elf and all of his little friends 
in the forest. 
BIGGS, RAYMOND LAWRENCE. 

Paper dreamer. 

ALBRIGHT, CARLTON JUSTIN. 

Paper thin. 

MARINELLA, EUGENE P., JR. 

Parable . 

COHEN, ERIC. 

Pare. 

PETERS, STEPHEN FREDERICK. 

Parental guidance, 

GREENBERG, GLEN DAVID. 

parents talk with Santa Claus. 

SUROWSKI, HENRY MYERS. 
Paris then. 

RAMSEY, PETER. 

parlor games. 

SEIMETZ, PATRICIA. 



Party after the fight. 
GOSS, MICHAEL M. 

Pass me the courage. 

CHANDLER, DOROTHY MAE ZASTOUPIL. 

Passing of Mrs. Eddy. 

JOY, ARTHUR FRANCIS. 
Passion in the library. 

SCOTT, GEORGE PRESCOTT. 

Pastor's emotional life. 
DRAKEFORD, JOHN. 

Pastor's relationships with his laymen. 
COOPER, OWEN. 

Patchwork. 

SIEGEL, LINDA. 

Patrons. 

FLOYD, RONALD ELVIN. 

Paul in -Rome. 

BROWN, JOHN GRACEN. 

pawnee Bill. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Payment in full. 

THE GREEN HORNET. (R) 



Peace . 

WHEATLEY, 



WILLIAM THOMAS. 



Peaceful and the parson. 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Peacemakers in the Tower of Babel. 
ROBERTSON, ALEXANDER. 

Peach pickin' time. 

MOORE, CHARLES MICHAEL, 

Peanut butter and jelly. 
LINDMARK, PATSY ANN. 

Pedro. 

KOPP, FREDERICK. 

Peeping invaders. 
MOLYNEAUX, THOMAS. 

Peer Gynt. 

ZEIDEIMAN, CLAIRE. 

Felencho dentista. 

SANTOS, ANTONIO SUAREZ. 

Pelencho, el destruido. 
SANTOS, ANTONIO SUAREZ. 

Pelican -original, A12't9.- 
IRWIN, VERA RUSHFORTH. 

Pelio. 

AI^OP, PETER CANBY. 

Pelt of Mucho Grande. 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Penitentes. 

KORTE, SYLVIA. 

Pennington's pride. 
LEIBU, DOLLEE. 

Penumbra. 

WEDDINGTON, MAURICE. 

People are talking. 
KALT, GEORGE. 

People, bridges and taverns .- 
MARTIN, MARGARET MUTCHLER. 

People in the glass paperweight. 
MCKLNNEY, EUGENE. 

People, yes. 

MERRILL, FRANK R. 

Pepito. 

KOPP, FREDERICK. 



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Peppermint, 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Perfect stranger. 
ELWAKD, JAMES. 

Perfection in black. 
CLARK, CHINA DEBRA. 

Performance appraisal interview. 

INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANTS 
(NORTH AMERICA) LTD. 

Peril at end house. 
RIDLEY, ARNOLD. (R) 

Perio-aid . 

PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION & RESEARCH. 

Period of adjustment. 
WILLIAMS, TENNESSEE. 

Peripheral and coronary vasodilators. 
PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OP PHARMACY & 
SCIENCE. 

Permit . 

SMITH, DUTTON. 

Permit me voyage. 

JACOBS, MARSHALL R. 

Person-to-person nursing. 

BOSTON COLLEGE, CHESTNUT HILL, MASS. 
SCHOOL OF NURSING. 

Perspective on the future: the quest of 
space age young people. 
ENGDAHL, SYLVIA LOUISE. 

Pervert. 

CURTIS, JAMES NEIL. 

Pest guest. 

TOBIAS, JAY. (R) 

Pet shop. 

ECKSTEIN, GUSTAV. (R) 

Peter fc the wolf. 
D'AMATO, ANTHONY R. 

Peter Grimes. 

SLATER, MONTAGU. (R) 

Peter, Peter. 

STACY, PAULINE FRENCH. 

Peter Rabbit. 

URBAMO, ANTHONY R. 

Peter Rabbit in the garden. 
MONDSHEIN, KENWETH. 

Peter the great. 
FLYNN, DONALD R. 

Petigru. 

MIDDLETON, JOHN GODFREY. 

Phantasms, 

FEDOTOV, DIMITRI, 

Phantom brother. 
THE SHADOW. (R) 

Phantom rider. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Phenomenal world of radiation. 
ZAMBONI, G. A. 

Phillis Wheatley . 
JACKSON, MARY T. 

Philosopher's stone. 
DAVIS, RODNEY G. 

Photosynthesis. 
CHALFI, RAQUEL. 

Physiology of the renal system. 

PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF PHARMACY & 
SCIENCE. 

Piano course. 

MCCLINTOCK, LORENE. 

Pick your treadmill. 
DISNEY, STANLEY E. 

Picture of Dorian Gray, 
PAYNE, ARTHUR C. 



Piecewise linear series. 

CUTLER, PHILLIP, 
Pied piper, 

MACKOWN, MARJORIE. 

Pied piper of Central Park West. 
GREGORY, FRANK. 

Pig o' my heart. 
GREGORY, JAMES, 

Pig pen, 

BULLINS, ED. 

Pilate's wife. 

HARTON, MARGARET E. 

Pilgrims. 

FOOTE, HORTON. 

Pine tree shillings. 
ZEIDELMAN, CLAIRE. 

Ping-pong. 

SERVIDIO, JOHN. 
Pink. 

TURNER, DANIEL PRANK. 

Pink and the purple. 
DRUM, LEONARD. 

Pink cocoon. 

CAINES, GRACIA. 

Pink magic. 

MUKDY, JANICE KAY, 

Pinky . 

KALLESSERj MICHAEL. (R) 

Pinocchio. 

KERR, JAMES E. 

Pinto guisaso. 

SANTOS, ANTONIO SUAREZ . 

Piranha. 

RADULOVIC, MARJORIE. 

Pirata Cofresi. 

TORRE-FRONTERA, ISIS. 

Pistol. 

BORGHI, DOUGLAS. 

Pitch black. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Pizza variations. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

Planning nursing care. 

BOSTON COLLEGE, CHESTNUT HILL, MASS. 
SCHOOL OP NURSING. 

Plans, 

STUCKY, VIRGINIA TOEWS. 

Plantagenet . 

DICK, HAROLD L., JR. 

Plato and the lesser fruits, 
TASCA, JULES E. 

Play Aesop. 

DELAMAR, GLORIA T. 

Play ball. 

SERIEN, BRUCE. 

Play house . 

GATH, JOSEPH. 

Play, little David. 

CAUGHRON, ELEANOR NAYLOR. 

Play of communal love. 
SALTZMAN, NOLAN. 

Plays . 

GIRABOUX, JEAN. 

Please, don't label me handicapped. 

DAVIS, EDITH. 
Please - please - be true, please - 
please - be you. 
WILSON, JAMES A., III. 
Pleasure of her company. 
WORCESTER, LAWRENCE G. 

Plowshares and pruning hooks. 
LEVENTHAL, ANN Z, 



Plumpkin and the dragon. 
FRIEND, IRJA K. 

Plymouth. 

GESMER, CAROL ELSIE. 

Plymouth Rook. 

BUSATH, SCOTT JOSEPH. 
Poe. 

MOST, STEPHEN. 

Pogo, Nogo and Thrump, 
DUDLEY, BARBARA HUDSON. 

Poison with a past. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER, (R) 

Ppking punn at pollution. 
GILBREATH, W. E. 

Police. 

HOUCHENS, JAMES ANDERSON. 

Political interaction. 
GRAY, KENMETH LYNTI. 

Political spot announcements : Pollu- 
tion of the wasteland, 
BRANSCOMB, ANNE W, 

Politics. 

MILLER, POLLY G, 
TELEPROMPTER CORP, 

Pollution is vjorld wide. 
GILBREATH, W. E. 

Pollution of the wasteland. 
BRANSCOMB, ANNE W. 

Poor Boy 1970, 1971. 
HAMRICK, JODIE E. 

Poor psychiatrist. 
THOMAS, WILLIE MAE. 

Poor rich family. 

CERVELLONI, BOHITA T. 

Pops. 

KNULL, CHARLES H. 

Porflrio. 

ROBLES, EMMANUEL, 

Portrait, 

ROSA, BERNARD, 
STEVENS, BARRY, 

Portrait of a young woman on the brink. 

MAGDALANY, PHILIP, 
possible future for Union Theological 

Seminary. 

ZUBRYD, FRANCES. 

Post Christian worship. 
CLEVELAND, REBECCA. 

Post-craniotomy. 

DECISION MEDIA, INC. 

Pot au feu. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

Pot full of geraniums. 
WANG, HAROLD 0. 

Power of your words. 
CLARK, GENE EMMET. 

Power politics. 
COHEN, ERIC. 

Prehistoric bride. 
LONIGRO, JAMES. 

Prelude to a blood bath. 
THE GREEN HORNET. (R) 

Preparing for promotion. 

INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANTS 
(NORTH AMERICA) LTD. 

Presentation for Starkey Charades. 
STARKEY, DALE T. 

Presentation tapes for Gregg shorthand. 
Individual progress method. 
LESLIE, LOUIS A. 



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President's mistress. 
OLFSON, LEWY. 

Preventing detention. 
STUBBS, IREHE. 

Price is only. 
ARTHUR, FRED H. 

Price of gold. 

WHITE, FREDRICKE GORHAM. 
Pride and prejudice. 
STARK, IRWIN. 

Pride, no matter what. 
PIMLEY, JOHN T. 

Primary lesions. 

SULZBERGER, MARION B. 

Primary myocardial disease. 
MANN, KINGSLEY M. 

Prince for all time. 
GEIGER, GERALD LEWIS. 

Prince in disguise. 
RAPHAELSON, SAMSON. 

Princess. 

BOSCHI, LORRAINE N. 

Princess and the frog. 
DUNHAM, KAYE LAWRENCE. 

Princess and the vagabond. 
OLSHER, LAURA. 

Princess Fay. 

MANN, POLLYANNA. 

Printing calculator. 
BUTSCH, CHARLOTTE. 

Prism. 

BRIGHT, SYRIL. 

Prisoners. 

SHAW, EDWARD. 

Prize possession. 

STEELE-EEED, RICHARD. 

Prizefight for love. 

STRAM, THEODORE MARTIN. 

Prodigal son. 

PREHEIM, LYLE, ed . 

Profit is the name of the game. 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Progerian. 

MAYR, DALLAS. 
Programmed to run. 

GIBSON, HENRY. 

Project SACI, Brazil. 
KLEIN, MARTIN L. 

Prometheus bound & Book of gates vocal 

score . 

FICEK, THOMAS KAREL. 
Prophecy of Habakkuk. 

LONGENECKER, HAROLD. 

Prophet of Texas. 
HANFT, BENJAMIN. 

Prophets foretold the story of Christ. 
SPENCER, ARLENE M. 

Prospects for the living filter. 
AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY. 

Prospectus, Starkey charades. 
STARKEY, DALE T. 

Prove it to me. Daddy 
me. 
DENOSKY, PETER. 

Pruned peach. 

RODGERS, HERBERT E. 

Psychiatrist. 

TELEPROMPTER CORP. 

Psychic pretenders. 
BULLINS, ED. 



Psychology of creativity. 
BAEDIN, RUTH JONAS. 

Psychology of the salesman. 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Pubis jingle. 

MATLOCK, NORMAN. 

Pubis motor cars. 
MATLOCK, NORMAN. 

Public servant number 1. 
COHEN, ERIC. 

Punch line. 

MANESS, LARRY. 

Punition. 

JOFFROY, PIERRE. 

Puppet tricks. 

RASKINS, PATRICIA MARIE ALICETTE. 

Purlm rhyme for our time. 
WEISS, PEARL HIAT. 

Puss-in-Boots. 

TIECK, JOHANN LUDWIG. 

Puss 'n boots. 

CELONA, JOHN ANTHONY. 

Put another bed. 

RANUCCI, JOSEPHINE. 

Put me back in the box. 
HURLEY, WALTER V. 

Putah Slim. 

DE RAFOLS, FRED. 

Pyramid . 

FAIRSERVIS, WALTER A., JR. 



Queen of evil, 
STONE, OLIVER. 

Quest for courage. 

COLE, ROBERT G., SR. 

Qui n'a pas son Minotaure. 
YOURCENAR, MARGUERITE. 

Quick education. 
PHILIP, ANNE. 

Quick relaxation. 
POSTON, JANE. 

Quicksilver. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Quiet place by the sea. 
WISBERG, AUBREY. 

Quietus . 

SLOAN, LISA. 

Quitting time for a company man. 
KAUFMAN, JOHN PAUL. 

Quotas and production incentives. 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 



R 



prove it to 



Race. 

BRUNS, EUGENE. 

Race to win. 

HEATHERTEL ENTERPRISES, INC. 

Radicals. 

COHEN, ERIC. 

Railroad man. 

GREGORY, CHARLES W. 

Rails across the Choctaw land. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 
Rainbow. 

BRADFORD, BENJAMIN. 
Rainmaker. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Rally. 

HULL, KENNETH G., II. 



Raraona . 

THE GREEN HORNET. (R) 

Randall's place. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Random sampler of black. 
MATLOCK, NORMAN. 

Ransom of Pammy Smith. 

MCLOUGHLIN, RONALD JAMES. 

Rape, American style. 
MORALES, RAUL. 

Rapture . 

HESTER, JACK W. 

Ratcatcher. 

WIENER, PAUL H. A. 

Raymond goes to Carnegie Hall. 
MOORE, A. ROY. 

Reach high — but don't grab. 
RAY, LAWRENCE EARL. 

Ready for murder. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 

Real Miss Sugar- Bun. 
BRODIE, LEO R. 

Real property. 

SABO, KENNETH B. 

Realms. 

FAERBER, CHARLES N. 

Reasons why we can't do it, it won't 

work because. 

DENNIS, LLOYD B. 
Rebecca. 

FOON, DENNIS. 
Rebellion 369. 

HUDSON, EARNEST L. 

Rebellious Dr. Paracelsus, 
FRACKELTON, RALPH J. 

Reborn. 

STREM, GEORGE G. 

Recess. 

BRENDLE, MARY. 

Reckoning. 

PIMLEY, JOHN T. 

Records of civilization: sources and 
studies, no. 85. 
KEENE, DONALD, ed. 

Recruiting competent salesmen. 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Recruiting outstanding young men. 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Recycle documentary. 
JACOBS, RONALD H. 

Red and the dead. 
HINSON, JEANNIE V. 

Red branch. 

FLANAGAN, JAMES. (R) 

Red hat. 

MARTIN, MAUREEN ANN. 

Redball gang. 

SUSSMAN, BARTH JULES. 

Reenactment ritual of a clever and 
diabolical conspiracy to create light 
to lighten the gentiles. 
CABLE, HORACE B. 

Reflections in the golden East. 
DEACON, DAVID THOMAS. 

Reflections under glass. 

MILLER, SERENE P. 
Reg'lar Miss America. 

LEE, BEKNICE. 
Rehearsal. 

FLYNN, GRACE CAVALIERI. 

Rehearsal for a sex transversal. 
HAGEN, JOHN MILTON. 

Relating to the boss. 

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Relations. 

DIMINHO, NICHOLAS W. 

Relatively speaking. 
AYCKBOURN, AIAN. 

Relax and learn. 

GOLDSTEIN, CHEHEY K. 

Reluctant Christmas tree. 
O'CONKOR, JANETTE S. 

Remarkable Mister Smith. 
WEISS, ERNEST RAOUL. 

Remarks upon departure for around the 
world flight. 
HUGHES, HOWARD R. 

Remarks upon return from around the 
world flight. 
HUGHES, HOWARD R. 

Remembrance of Marilyn. 
MCINNIS, HENRY LEON. 

Renovations . 

SOLOMON, ROBERT J. 

Reparation. 

HAUSER, LUCILLE. 

Repentance . 

WALLACE, LILLIAN ROWELL. 

Replenish. 

ARMSTRONG, ALTHEA ROGETTA. 

Republic. 

MARTINEZ, LIOHEL. 

Requiem for a beatnik. 
CARROLL, ROBERT WARREN. 

Requiem for a brownstone. 
POHDEROSO, LOUIS M. 

Requiem for a king. 
RIDOLFO, RONALD. 

Requiem to life. 
DEMERS, DAVID G. 

Resolution of Mossie Wax. 
FOREMAN, STEPHEN H. 

Restoration drama. 
WAITH, EUGENE. 

Resurrections and Kingly rites. 
BUTLER, GLEN ANTHONY. 

Return engagement. 
KANIN, FAY. (R) 
MINTZ, MELANIE. 

Return of John Dougherty. 
DONNELLAN, DONALD R. 

Reunion at the summerhouse. 
LEFEVRE, MARY ALICE. 

Revelation. 

PERRY, GILBERT. 

Revelation simplified, verse by verse. 
GRAHAM, CATHERINE. 

Revenge. 

TAMBORNINO, JEFFREY 0. 

Revival. 

KULJIAN, ROY RONALD. 

Revival of the cartoon prophets. 

FORSBERG, ROLF. 
Revival of the clown. 

FORSBERG, ROLF. 

Revolution of your mind. 
WILLIAMS, LAWRENCE VIRGIL. 

Rich bitch. 

DNEHAM, MARY ORR. 
Rich full life. 

DELMAR, VINA. (R) 



Richard. 

GALLAGHER, FRANCIS. 

Richard Lyin' Heart and his images. 
BEH-AMRAM, AHUVA. 

Richard Nixon superstar. 
COHEN, ERIC. 

Richard III. 
BARTON, JOHN. 

Ridge Lawton. 

THE LONE RANGER. 



(R) 



(R) 



Rifles for Watie. 
BELL, ELISE. 

Right of way. 

THE LONE RANGER. 

Right on, baby. 
MEEROPOL, ABEL. 



Right way to be wrong. 
HABERKERN, BRUCE. 

Ring. 

SMITH, STANLEY. 

Ring of truth. 

BUSCH, HOWARD TED. 

Rip. 

SIBLEY, DANYLU M. 

Rip awake. 

COOVER, ROBERT. 

Rip-off. 

LINDAHL, HAROLD E. 

VANCE, SAMUEL. 

Rip Van Winkle. 

MAISSEL, ALEXANDER. 

Ripley rebel. 

HAGOOD, RAYMOND. 

Rise and decline of the bird brain 
dinosaur . 
SHER, ROSE. 

Rise of the phoenix. 
BANKS, CAROL. 

Rites of passage. 

GOLDEMBERG, ROSE LEIMAN. 

River and the ocean. 

HEATHERTEL ENTERPRISES, INC. 

River Niger. 

WALKER, JOSEPH A. 

Rivers. 

BROWN, PEGGY AMM. 

Road of roses. 
BISCHAK, LYNN. 

Road to fortune and happiness. 
CROWE, GEORGE R. 

Road to nowhere. 
D'AMATO, ANTHONY. 

Road to riches. 

THE GREEN HORNET. (R) 

Road trader. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Roads to Champel. 

FARNSWORTH, RODNEY. 

Roadway to the moon. 

JOHNSON, J. ROSAMOND. (R ) 
Robb. 

BOVASSO, BERNARD X. 

Robin Hood. 
TITUS, HIRAM. 

Rook-a-bye Daddy. 
O'DONNELL, JOHN. 



Rocker Room. 

LAMB, BILL HENRY. 

Rockets, satellites and spacecraft. 
SANDERSON FILMS, INC. 

Role of law during times of crisis: 
would liberty be suspended. 

DERSHOWITZ, ALAN M. 

Roman banquet stretch. 
POSTON, JANE. 

Roman conquest. 
PATRICK, JOHN. 

Romance of the pregnant pumpkin. 
MAJOR, MICHAEL JOSEPH. 

Romantic wild West. 
VALU, FRANK. 

Rome, 

ICHELSON, ALBERT. 

Romeo and Juliet . 
PERRY, RUTH. 

Rondlne. 

PUCCINI, GIACOMO. 

Roommates. 

MARINO, DENNIS. 

PEARL, RUTH. 

Rooster who forgot who he was. 

GRAHAM, FRIEDL. 
Rosalee Pritchett. 

MOLETTE, CARLTON W., II. 

Rosary of Michael Denton. 
SMITH, JOHN JAMES, III. 

Rough an' ready. 
TOTHEROH, DAN. 

Routine basic/Friday. 
LEHN & FINK PRODUCTS. 

Royal Royals production. 
EOLTE, CARL E., JR. (R) 

Royal welcome. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Rozana. 

SHAPPIM, IRWIN. 

Rudi-Kazootl. 

FISHER, RUDOLPH. 

Rudy and Vera lost the semis. 
SHOENMAN, ELLIOT. 

Ruggles of Yellowstone. 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Rump el stilt skin. 
POIRIER, DAVID. 

Runaway gingerbread boy. 
URBANO, ANTHONY R. 

Running room. 

OKEEFE, DENNIS. 

Rusalka. 

DVORAK, ANTONIN. 

Rye bread. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 



S.O.S., survival or suicide. 
ALLEN, WILLIAM S. 

S.P.O. 

PONDEROSO, LOUIS M. 
Sabers or six-guns. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 
Sabrlna and the oil slick. 

RUBIN, NANCY ZINMAN. 



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Jan -Ju 



Sacrifice. 

DE STRAUSS, DEJAH. 

Sad train. 

SWYRYDENKO, NICHOLAS JERRY. 

Sad World, glad World. 
BELMONT, NANCY M. 

Saddest man. 

GREENWOOD, JOHN WAYNE. 

Safari 300. 

TRUESDALEj TAD. 

St. Lazar's pharmacy. 
LASZLO, MIKLOS. (R) 

Saints and sinners. 

DUDLEY, BARBARA HUDSON. 

Salary interview. 

INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANTS 
(NORTH AMERICA) LTD. 

Salem chronicles. 

MURRAY, ROBERT BRUCE. 

Salesmanship . 
TECH-ED, INC. 

Salt and pepper. 
DENOSKY, PETER. 

Salut, Larry. 

DUSOLIER, FRANCOIS E. 

Sam Bass . 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Same difference. 

MENDE, JUDITH KOROTKIN. 

Sami's rapp. 

JOBES, ANNETT JAME. 

Sam's needle. 

PHILLIPS, DOROTHY. 
Samson and Delilah. 
ZAKSENBERG, SHALOM. 

Samurai dwarf. 

ENDELSON, RICHARD W. 

San Fernando Valley. 
ORDWAY, SALLY. 

Sanctuary. 

PETERS, ■ STEPHEN FREDERICK. 

Sandman takes you to sleepland. 

MIZE, BUDDY. 
Sandra Smoothskin. 

PIGENTZER, SANDRA LEWIS. 
Sandwich man. 

FOON, DENNIS. 

Sanibel and Captiva. 
TERRY, MEGAN. 

Santa Claus and his old lady. 

MARIN, RICHARD. 
Santa Claus, superstar. 

HOWREY, ELLEN KAUPKE . 

Santa's children. 
MCALLISTER, GUY. 

Santa's House prayer. 

FRISCIA, SANTA. 
Sarah, the mother of nations. 

BARNES, DOROTHY BYERS. 

Sardines and rice pudding. 
O'DONNELL, JAMES E. 

Satan says no. 
CARR, LEON. (R) 

Satan's sister. 

PATRICK, JOHN. 
Savannah's historic district: a 
visit on tape. 
LEE, ELIZABETH A. 
Save the animals. 
BUCHWALD, ART. 



Save the children. 
BLAKE, RUTEENA. 

Savlnkow. 

SINGER, JOSEPH. 

Scag. 

JOHNSON, ROBERT C, JR. 

Scarlet letter. 

SINCLAIR, ANDREW. 

Scarlet mouche . 

INGRAHAM, DONALD GORDON. 

Scsns onG 

PETERS,' STEPHEN FREDERICK. 

School for wives. 
KAHAN, VIVTAN. 

School of Athens. 

SPIVACK, MORRIS REDMAN. 

Schroonchers. 

WILLIAMS, MAXVILLE BURT. 

Schwalbe. 

PUCCINI, GIACOMO. 

Schwarzer Peter. 
SCHULTZE, NORBERT. 



Science, scientists and the public 
interest. 
AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY. 

Scientifically planned obsolescence. 
PONDEROSO, LOUIS M. 

Scotch on the rocks. 

BELLMAN, CHARLES EDWARD. 

Scout troop. 

ARTHUR, FEED H. 

Script: bank robbery episode. 

CARL, ELDEN, JR. 
Script on land hermit crabs. 

COMPREHENSIVE COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 

Script R/EAL 1, R/EAL 2. 

LICHTMAH, MARILYN V. 
'Scusmeplease. 

ARCE, MANUEL JOSE, JR. 

Sea change. 

BEERS, WILLIAM D. 
Sea for two. 

CLARK, R. DANIEL. 

Seagulls don't bother me. 
ISACSON, BRUCE PHILLIP. 

Searching. 

ESA, DONALD RAY. 

Searching wind. 

HELLMAN, LILLIAN. (R) 

Seaweed and samphire. 
HEWITT, ELIZABETH M. 

Second chance. 
ZIEGLER, BETTE. 

Second coming. 

COOKE, SARAH PRANCES. 

Second floor front. 
WISBERG, AUBREY. 

Second visitation. 
KEWLY, CALVIN JAMES. 

Second wind. 

CLEARMAN, MARY HOGELAHD. 

Secret of the mummy's tomb. 
ROY, AL. 

Security system. 

NARDONTONIA, JOHN A. 

See for yourself. 
LUFTIG, DON. 



See man tlck/See woman talk.. 
STULAC, JOSEF FLORIAN, II. 

Seeing France. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FIMS. 

Seek ye first the kingdom of God. 
POOL, CARL W. 

Seizure. 

DECISION MEDIA, INC. 

Selecting new managers-. 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 

Self-destruct. 
LIPITZ, ALBERT. 

Self -hypnosis. 

BROOKSIDE PSYCHIC RESEARCH CENTER. 

Selichot folk service. 
URBAS, STANLEY M. 

Selling is communicating. 

CALIFORNIA REAL ESTATE ASSN. 

Selling is simple. 
HERMAN, FEED. 

Semblance on cobblestone. 
KORENSTEIN, EDWARD. 

Seminar in human relations. 
SHAW, W. DAVID. 

Senator Robert Dole popularity. 
STUDIO BROADCASTING SYSTEM. 

Senator's ass, 

BAILEY, MICHAEL PATRICK. 

Sense of destiny. 
KALISTER, ROSE ANN. 

Series of lectures on electronic 
security system engineering, 
NARDONTONIA, JOHN A. 

Series of science addresses featuring 
the phenomenal world of radiation. 
ZAMBONI, G. A. 
Service. 

PETERS, STEPHEN FREDERICK. 

Sesame Street. 
COHEN, ERIC. 

Seth. 

LEES, RICHARD L. 

Seven people. 

HAMMARSTROM, DAVID LEWIS. 

Seventeen seconds. 
DISNEY, STANLEY E. 

Sex play. 

THUNA, LEONORA. 

Sexaraeron. 

JOHNSON, WALLACE. 

Sexism and rock music. 
PARKER, JUDY. 

Shadow and substance. 

CARROLL, PAUL VINCENT. (R) 

Shadow on the wall. 

BLACKMAN, BRANDON RICHARDSON. 

Shadow on the waters. 
SMITH, DAVID J. 

Shadows of the bayou. 

MARSHALL, ANDREW, III. 
Shakespeare transmogrified. 

GIBBONS, MARK. 

Shape land. 

WHITE, RUTH S. 
Sharon's V.& T. 

MITCHELL, JAMES F. 
She follows me about. 
TRAVERS, BEN. (R) 

She went that way. 
TAYLOR, SAMUEL. 



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117 



Shed on the barrens. 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Sheet. 

EPSTEIN, ROBERT J. 

Shen of the sea. 
MILLER, CLAIRE G. 

Sheriff of Amber County. 
SCHAVE, ELLSWORTH, JR. 

Sherlock Holmes. 
ROSA, DENNIS. 

Shine M.F. 

DUKE, JACK P. 

Shoot the juice to me, baby. 
HURLEY, WALTER V. 

Shop measuring Instruments. 
CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FimS. 

Shore leave. 

DAVIS, LUTHER. (E) 
Short, short life of citizen Juan. 
LAPENA-BONIFACIO, AMELIA. 

Shotgun Gall. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Should Congress ban private ownership 
of handguns . 
WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

Should Congress enact a national 

Involuntary civil commitment program 

for narcotic addicts. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

Should Congress establish a national 
no-fault auto Insurance plan. 
WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

Should Congress limit the President's 
war powers. 
WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

Should our Presidents be limited to a 
six-year term. 
WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

Should strikers be denied welfare 
benefits . 
WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

Should the Equal Eights Amendment be 
adopted. 
WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

Should the U.S. support independence 
for East Pakistan. 
WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

Shouters. 

STEVENS, BARHY. 

Si Camille me voyalt. 
DUBILLARD, ROLAND. 

Sibling, that Is. 

TALMADGE, MILDEED BARNES. 

Sign of the buffalo head. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 
Sikh. 

SHAPIRO, EUGENE D. 

Silent night. 

SPENCER, AELENE M. 

Silly the clown. 

BRENNER, FRANK, JR. 

Silver summit. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Simon sez. 

HAYES, THOMAS. 

Simple graphics of revealed preference 
in the theory of consumer choice. 
SOLBERG, ERIC J. 



Sing along with Billy Blake. 

HUGHART, BARRY. 
Sister Rollette. 

KERESTES, KAY. 

Sister Rosie's 7th graders. 
NEMETH, JOHN S. 

Sister Sally and the Dimple brothers, 
BETHELL, RICHARD. 

Sisters. 

SEIDMAN, STANLEY. 

Sisters' tragedy. 

EDDLEMAN, GEORGE DAVID. 

Sisyphus & the blue-eyed Cyclops. 

THOMPSON, GARLAND LEE. 
Six gun heritage. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

6 new plays for children. 
MOE, CHRISTIAN. 

6 plays. 

DODDS, ARTHUR E. 

Skeletal promise of coral. 
AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY. 

Skin. 

DE MARTINI, THOMAS EUGENE. 

Skin lesions depicted and defined. 
SULZBERGER, MARION B. 

Skool daze. 

FRIEDMAN, R. M. 

Skyler Frank, he was only nine. 
MOHON, GARY ROBERT. 

Slattery. 

BURROUGHS, EARL S. 

Slaughter of the lamb. 
O'CONNOR, CHRISTINA D. 

Slaughterer. 

BURROUGHS, EARL S. 
Sleep of innocence. 

FEY, JEROME AMAND. 

Sleeping beauty. 

HOPKINS, JOAN COBB. 

Slide rule. 

GRAEF, DAVID W. 

Slow memories. 
LITVACK, BARRY. 

Slum love. 

VON HARTE, JOHN. 

Small act of violence. 
BRADFORD, BENJAMIN. 

Small time — big time. 

GALLIAHI, STANLEY DANIEL. 

Smilax, 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Smile: a model for teaching under- 
graduates about communication process. 
JONAS, THOMAS JOHN. 

Smiley Roysen. 

THE LONE RANGER, (r) 

Smith. 

WEISS, ERNEST RAOUL. 

Smoke Ballou. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Smoke over Missouri. 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Smoker. 

CURTIS, JAMES NEIL. 
Snow Black and the seven bastards. 

SMITH, ARNOLD WAUKEA, JR. 

Snow gap. 

CARTON, MICHAEL. 

Snow period. 

FREEMAN, DAVID E. 



Snowflake. 

FOON, DENNIS. 

Snowraalden. 

RIMSKY-KORSAKOV, NIKOLAI . 
Snowy White and the dwarfs. 

SPENCER, LAYNE. 

So tired. 

MACK, WILHELMINA. 

So you want to write a song. 
GLENN, CHARLES A. 

Soda pop. 

WILSON, ROBERT M. 

Sojourner Truth. 
NASH, LEILA. 

Soldiers prayer. 
LEWIS, M. M. 

Sole bonne femme. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

Solitaire & Double solitaire. 
ANDERSON, ROBERT. 

Solve it with bullets. 
BRODAY, STEVEN F. 

Solving sales problems. 

BUREAU OF BUSINESS PRACTICE, INC. 
Some flaming town. 

ARENDS, ROBERT L. 

Some men are islands. 
YACCO, RICHARD A. 

Some persons. 

WHITE, DALE. 
Some time, please. 

CROW, PANDORA AUDREYAN. 

Somebody killed Bunny Pussy. 
RUTMAN, LEO. 

Someone in the park. 
O'DONNELL, JAMES E. 

Someone to love. 

RUSSELL, ROBERT W. 
Somethln' pretty. 

PROVOST, CONSUELA M. 

Something. 

VAN VLECK, PHILIP C. 

Somewhere in this favored land. 
STEVENSON, WILLIAM ADELL, III. 

Son, make your old lady proud. 
ATKINS, GEORGE. 

Son of Christ. 

ROBIOU, JOSE RAMON. 

Son rise. 

MAHONEY, GERALD F., JR. 

Song of Norway, 

LAZARUS, MILTON. (R) 

Songe d'une nuit d'ete. 
NEVEUX, GEORGES. (R) 

Sons of the soil. 
SMITH, MAEJORIE M. 

Sophisticated dowser. 

AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY. 

Soteriology. 

HOOK, H. PHILLIP. 

Soul brother is watching you. 
WALLIN, KATARINA. 

Soul soliloquy. 

MEADERS, MARGARET S. 
Soul's folly. 

PELTO, MICHAEL CHARLES. 
Sound in Ramah. 

STRAlffl, GVffiNDOLYN HILL. 



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Sound of a distant drum. 
BARD, JAMES A. 

Sound of hunting. 
BROWN, HARRY. (R) 

Sounds of selling. 

BUREAU OP BUSINESS PRACTICE, 



INC. 



Sounds of supervision. 

BUREAU OF BUSINESS PRACTICE, INC. 

Soupe du Jour. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

Sour prince, 

FLESCH, EDWARD. 
South. 

RUTMAN, LEO. 

South Africa. 

IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CORP. 

South-west Africa and Zambia. 

IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CORP. 
Southern Baptist views of the Bible. 
MCCALL, DUKE K. 

Southern strategy. 

COHEN, ERIC. 
Space ship. 

BIGGS, RAYMOND LAWRENCE. 

Spaghetti dinner flambe. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

Speed of a gunman. 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Spermatocldalmania, It's a new ball 
game. 
MARTIN, ROBERT WESLEY. 

Spider and his web. 

LAMBIN, HELEN REICHEHT. 

Spinal cord injury. 
DECISION MEDIA, INC. 

Spirale. 

WIZINA, JOSEF. 

Spirit of the crown. 
JOHNSON, NANCY- JO. 

Splendid victory. 
GENECIN, MILTON. 

Sporting stalk. 

TYNAN, TIMOTHY JOSEPH. 

Spot-check. 

LEE, JAMES WADE. 

Spring day. 

ESTEVEN-ULSHAFER, LOUISE. 

Spring green. 

CLEMENTS, FLORENCE RYERSON. (R) 

Springtime in Shenandoah. 
SIMMONS, JOSEPH COLE. 

Spur of the moment. 
NARCY, WILLIAM. 

Spying dragon. 
PACE, FULTON. 

Squamata. 

TAMBORNINO, JEFFREY 0. 

Square egg. 
STRONG, MARY. 

Squirrels. 

LLOYD, MAEY NOREXS. 

Stalin. 

NAUM, EUGENE. 

Stampede . 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Stanley & Dominic. 
SOLE, ALFRED. 

Staph Infections. 
MMN, KINGSLEY M. 



Starkey Charades. 
STARKEY, DALE T. 

Starlight, starbright. 
DUHART, LARRY ALLAN. 

Starter/101. 

GENERAL LEARNING CORP. 

State of the union. 
COHEN, ERIC. 

Stately ladles. 

BAILEY, MICHAEL PATRICK. 

Static wheel balance. 

MT. SAN JACINTO JUNIOR COLLEGE 
DISTRICT (CALIF.) 

Status. 

BLAKE, GARY. 

Steadfast tin soldier. 
INGRAHAM, DONALD GORDON. 

Steady progress. 
KNEE, HELEN M. 

Steel forest. 

FREDETTE, DONALD P. 

Steel Prometheus. 
SERLEN, BRUCE. 

Steel rules and related Instruments. 
CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Steeple. 

HILGER, RICHARD. 

Step by step relaxation. 
THIERSTEIN, SAMUEL T. 

Stereotype lover. 
HAWKINS, JOHN. 

Steve 8c Velma. 
BULLINS, ED. 

Still frame. 

CESAK, JERRY B. , JR. 

Stolen white elephant. 

MOULTON, HERBERT. 
Stone soup. 

MC GOVERN, ANN. 

Stoned on the money belt. 
LONDON, BELLE E. 

Storelady. 

QUIAT, LILLIAN PERLMAN. 

Stories I love to tell. 
BOWER, HELEN FRAZEE. 

Storm. 

CESAIRE, AIME. 

Storm towards home. 

SCHAVE, ELLSWORTH, JR. 

Story of a dog. 

THE GREEN HORNET. (R) 

Story of A. Woodenhead. 
MORRIS, VICTORIA S. 

Story of Fort Plscadera. 
HAMMERMAN, DANIEL. 

Story Of Robert E. Lee. 

FALLEN, LUCILE CALVERT. 
Story of the 43 gifts. 

WOOD, G. JAMES. 

Story of Urashima Taro. 
DE MORA, ROBERT. 

Strands of murder. 

THE RETURN OR NICK CARTER. (R) 

Strange bedfellows. 

CLEMENTS, FLORENCE RYERSON. (R) 

Strange case of Miss Faulkner. 
ROSA, DENNIS. 



Strange lives of Milton Palomonz. 
SCHNEIDER, MAX SAMUEL. 

Strange morning. 
OBOLER, ARCH. (R) 

Strange surroundings. 
STERN, JANE. 

Strangest kind of romance. 
WILLIAMS, TENNESSEE. (R) 

Strawberry girl. 
MILLER, CLAIRE G. 

Straws point the way. 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Strike heaven on the face. 
WESLEY, RICHARD ERROL. 

Strip mines and their highwalls. 
SHIELDS, THEODORE CURTIS. 

Stripper. 

ARTHUR, FRED H. 

Strivers Row. 

HILL, ABRAM BARRINGTON. 

Struggle for clean water. 
AMERICAlf CHEMICAL SOCIETY. 



Stuart plays. 

NETHERCOT, ARTHUR H. 

Student entertainment bonanza show. 
HARPSTER, DONALD R. 

Studies. 

GROSS, RONALD L. 

Studies in Joshua, Judges and Ruth. 
DAVIS, JOHN J. 

Studle's, the bar. 
GROSS, RONALD LEE. 

Studies: the board. 
GROSS, RONALD L. 

Study-guide to Hamlet. 
STUBBS, IRENE. 

Study in red, white and blue. 
NAFTALY, HENRY S. 

Sty of the blind pig. 
DEAN, PHILLIP HAYES. 

Sublimation. 

HOPKINS, BEN W. 

Submarine. 

LOWTHER, GEORGE FRANCIS. 



(R) 
I resorbed 



Subperiosteal implant for 
mandible . 

VISCIDO, ANTHONY J. 
Subsurface available space (SAS) 
program: Regrowth planning parking 
solution study. 
TURNER (ALLEN E. ) ASSOCIATES, INC. 

Subtractlve color. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FIMS. 
Sudden changes in the community mental 

health clinic. 

KAMM, ROBERT L. 

Sugar coated sleep. 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Sullivan's comedy tonight. 
SULLIVAN, JOHN M. 

Sultan of Sumara. 

LANGHAM, NORMA ELEANOR. (R) 

Summer and smoke. 
HOIBY, LEE. 

Summer of eight swallows, 
FORKEN, GERARD F. 

Summer salads: mayonnaise of chicken. 
WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 



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Sumt er . 

SPRAGUE, ROGER E. 

Sun doesn't rise In September. 
HERNANDEZ J CYNTHIA. 

Sunday bloody Sunday. 
GILLIATT, PENELOPE. 

Sunday drive . 

MORRIS, ROBERT MICHAEL. 

Sunday morning. 
BARSCHIj JACK. 

Sundays . 

CHACE, JOSEPH M. 

Sunlight and water. 
HARRIGAN, NOLAN, JR. 

Super nigger. 

SCHALL, NORWOOD LEE. 

Superdupersoupermarket. 
JACOBS, JUDITH. 

Superintendent. 
BLISSETT, BETTY. 

Superstar. 

SPERLING (KAREN) PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Supe rus . 

RYAN, PRANK WESLEY. 

Supervisory complaints. 

BUREAU OF BUSINESS PRACTICE, INC. 

Supper break. 

DANIELEWSKI, TAD Z. 

Support your local son. 
SHER, STANLEY. 

Surely, goodness and light will follow 
me. 
WILLIAMS, DAWN G. 

Surprise for Mother Goose. 
NELSON, LOIS M. 

Surprising uprising. 

WHEATLEY, WILLIAM THOMAS. 

Surrender. 

OBOLERj ARCH. (R) 

Surveillance. 

SMILEY, SAM MAX. 

Sweet bird of youth. 
WILLIAMS, TENNESSEE. 

Sweet end to dreaming. Saint Martin. 
SCOTT, JESSE WEBSTER. 

Sweet feet. 

BROCKET!, R. DONALD. 

Sweet illusion. 
MCNEIL, LIBBY. 

Sweet, sweet summer. 
WEISS, JIRI. 

Sweet Willie takes a wife. 
PARDUE, ROBERT R. 

3wen. 

SCHMIDT, WALTER ROEBER. 

Swineherd cometh. 
GREGORY, JAMES. 

Swing . 

JAROSZ, PHILLIP. 

Swinging singles. 

DEL ROSSO, JOSEPH A. 

Sword of Dengri-La. 
THE SAHDOW. (R) 

Syndrome. 

LEE, JAMES W. 
System. 

YOUNG, CLARENCE, III. 



Syzygy. 

ACCARDO, RALPH V. 



TV authority. 

TELEPROMPTER CORP. 

Tadpole . 

TASCA, JULES E. 

Take a chance. 
LOUIS, TOBI. 

Take a good look at yourself. 
BARBER, RUBY LEE. 

Take a little peek. 
DIAMOND, BERNARD. 

Take care of Brandy. 
LEICHT, ALLAN. 

Take care of the room. 
BOLERO, JESSE V. 

Take-off. 

ARTHUR, FRED H. 

Take vanilla. 
GREER, LEANN. 

T&T-flls, 

snow] HELEN WESTON. 

Tale of Peter Rabbit, 

MONDSHEIN, KENNETH. 

Tale of two people. 

WOOLSEY, THOMAS J., JR. 

Tales of Transelvesanla. 
SOLAKIAN, LEO GEORGE. 

Tales of vertigo. 

ROYLE, JOSEPHINE FETTER. (R) 

Talking . 

STEVENS, BARRY. 

Talking parachute blues. 
KANTERS, JAMES A. 

Tamin and larnin. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Taming of the shrew. 
SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. 

URBANO, ANTHONY R. 

Tap on my grave. 

HALAS, EDWARD ANDREW. 

Taped tour of Rye, New York. 
WEIGOLD, MARILYN E. 

Tar manor. 

GEIDT, JEREMY. 

Target red: auditory- visual discrim- 
ination kit. 
BAMMAN, HENRY A. 

Tarot . 

MCCORD, JOSEPH LANNON. 
Tartes aux fruits. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

Tattooed arm. 

THE LONE RANGER. 

Tax thief. 

THE LONE RANGER. 

Taxation of life Insurance especially 
as it pertains to the practising 
attorney. 
VEEBEL, JERRY. 

Teach us to love. 
SNOW, HELEN WESTON. 

Technical Bonsai culture. 
KIMMERLING, A. E. 

Teddy Roosevelt. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 



(R) 
(R) 



Teenage melody of 1956. 
KORNBLUTH, JESSE. 

Telephone. 

ADORJAN, CAROL. 
Telephone booth. 
TELEPROMPTER CORP. 

Television parody routine. 
WOLLY, MICHAEL STEPHEN. 

Tell it like it is,, rabbi. 
SPITZER, LEWIS F. 

Tell me tomorrow in the daylight. 
GRAHAM, NEAL. 

Tempest. 

CESAIRE, AIME. 

Tempo. 

THOMPSON, TEDDY T. 

Ten best martyrs of the year. 
SIMCKES, SEYMOUH. 

Tent. 

BALLARD, RONALD L. 

Teotihuacan to Toltec . 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Tepio in the morning. 
SHARP, ALAN. 

Teresa Romero. 
FIALLO, DELIA. 

Terminal connections. 
STUTZ, BRUCE DAVID. 

Terre est ronde. 

SALACROU, ARMAND. (R) 

Terrestra, pt. 18-20. 
STEPHENS, RUTH E. 

Terrines & pates. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

Terror trousers. 

CURTIS, JAMES NEIL. 

Terrorist. 

YESHURUN, ISAAC. 

Test of fidelity. 
PACE, FULTON. 

Test taking techniques. 
ROWE, RAYMOND. 

Thanatopsis. 

JAFPE, BRIAN M. 

Thank heaven for heathen. 
MAGOON, EATON, JR. 

Thank you. 

INHEO, ANTHONY. 

Thank you for paying my taxes . 
KUNTZ, CAROL. 

Thanksgiving celebration. 
PREHEIM, LYLE, ed . 

That dumb Christmas play.. 
HINCKLm', PAUL HERBERT. 

Theatre du monde entier. 
WESKER, ARNOLD. 

Theatre of self. 

BAILEY, MICHAEL PATRICK. 

Theatre of Tennessee Williams. 
WILLIAMS, TENNESSEE. 

Theatre IV: La terre est ronde. 
SALACROU, ARMAND. (R) 

Theological position. 
COOVER, ROBERT. 



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Theory and technique of endosseous 
implants in fixed prosthodontics. 
VISCIDO, ANTHONY J. 

Theory of non absolute, non rel&tlvist- 
Ic observer matrix manifold state 
cosmology. 
RIDER, THOMAS JOHN. 

There are no bunions in the presence 
of a lady. 
VEILLON, LEE. 

There are no monsters in Cincinnati. 
FENG, CAROLE BRAVERMAW. 

There comes a time for wedding bells. 
BEERS, BEATRIX BROPPE. 

There shall be no night. 
BROWH, JOHN MASON. 

There's a place off Broadway. 
KELLER, SHELDON. 

There's economy in holding. 
MACDONALD, JAMES. 

Therese Raquin. 
JOB, THOMAS. (R) 

Thersites. 

SANNITA, TERRY JAMES. 

They burned the church while I was gone. 
ZAPOR, JOHN RANDOLPH. 

They flew through sand. 
HOUGHTON, GEORGE W. (R) 



They named the first one Dreadnought. 
MORGENSTERN, JOHANNES. 

They will want to Know. 
SABATH, BERNARD. 

Thieving physician. 

MOLIERE, JEAN BAPTISTE POQUELIK. 

Thimble full of mahzel. 
LUMET, BARUCH. 

Thin shell structures: single story 
housing and mult i- story housing. 
RUTKIN, SEYMOUR. 

Thingsville. 

BOLTE, CARL E., JR. 

Think- tanking new solutions. 

INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANTS 
(NORTH AMERICA) LTD. 

Third planet. 

BOYKO, MAYA. 
Thirteenth notch. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Thirteenth time. 

THE LONE RANGER. (E) 

Thirty love. 

PATTIZ, JAY CLIFFORD. 

30-year massacre, iglfl-igTl, the most 
shocking waste of human life in Amer- 
ica's history. 
LACH, ARTHUR. 

This girl, is she from the neighbor- 
hood. 
FOBGIONE, JOHN. 

This is a recording. 
ZEDER, SUZAN L. 

This is Jesse Owens. 

AMERICAN SALESMASTERS , LTD. 

This Is my prayer. 
BRUNS, EUGENE. 



This is the scene. 
LEWIS, GLADYS. 

This play was cast in heaven. 
MANISCHEWITZ, HOWARD. 

This Saviour of mine. 
CLEMMER, DERRELL W. 

This spike is for eternity. 
GUENTHER, CLIFFORD H. 

This your scribble, Mr. Memo. 
BAKOS, JOHN A. 

Those sensuous dames. 
WALSH, ROBERT. 

Thoughts at theatre time.. 
JORDAN, PHILIP HARDING. 

Thoughts on teacher evaluation. 
ELLIS, HERBERT LEE. 

Three black comedies. 
FLOYD, RONALD ELVIN. 

Three callers. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Three card flush. 
ZARCONE, ROBERT P. 

Three, counting Missouri. 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Three deaths for the radio. 
STUTZ, BRUCE DAVID. 

Three deliveries that changed the his- 
tory of the world. 
HELLMAN, LOUIS M. 

Three golden apples. 
CHODOFF, SELMA ANNE. 

550' flossing or looping. 

PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION & RESEARCH. 

Three original one-act plays exploring 
the dramatic potential of the Book 
of Job. 
SCRAWTON, GEORGE A. 

Three plays. 

SHVARTS, YEVGENIY. 

Three screenplays: All the king's men. 
The hustler, Lilith. 
ROSSEN, ROBERT. 

Thrse-sided cube. 

REEVE, FRANKLIN DOLIER. 

Three troubadours. 
BUCKLEY, WILLIAM. 

Threnody of G.I. Huckleberry. 
SMITH, STANLEY. 

Through the looking glass. 
BRYAN, ANTONIA. 
VACCA, MICHELE L. 

Through the window. 
ROSENBERG, SUSAN. 

Throw out the lifeline. 
ROBERTS, LAWRENCE. 

Thunder in the index. 

DEAN, PHILLIP HAYES. 
Thunderstorm. 

LAMBIN, HELEN REICHERT. 

Thursday. 

MCKUEN, ROD. 

Thursday's people. 
TITONE, CHARLES. 

Tiffany touch. 
SAL AW AY, RALPH. 

Tigergnu. 

PAPA, JOAN SPRINGER. 

Til death us do join. 
ONETO, RICHARD. 



Till death do us part. 
BOGATER, SUUTIE GAIL. 

Till you get enough. 
DUCKETT, PAUL E. 

Timblewit . 

JOHNSON, MARION L. 

Time after time. 

DUNKELMAN, ARTHUR. 

Time for autumn. 

SILVIA, JOHN ANTHONY. 

Time for change. 
ROSOW, BELLE. 

Time Square 1969-70. 

GILLEN, HELEN. 

Tinsel itch. 

ALBERTS ON, HARRY. 

TO catch the golden rings. 
SHIPPY, DENNIS. 

To die alive. 

KLEINFELD, LEONARD N. 

To err is human. 
KEARNEY, JOHN P. 

To lie awake. 

COE, ELIZABETH J. 

To make a buche . 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

To Marilyn with love. 
ROMAN, MARY A. 

To press a duck. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

To rival the real. 
ROSENBLUM, DAVID. 

To roast a turkey. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

To stuff a cabbage. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

To the butchers. 
GURIAN, JAY P. 

Toby goes to Washington. 

SCHAFFNER, NEIL E. (R) 
Today; the first day of the rest of 

your life. 

ZIGLAR, ZIG. 

Tokyo diary. 

SHIMODA, ITSURO. 

Tom Gideon and friends. 
WATKIKS, GORDON R. 

Tom Thumb. 

REIMOLD, KATHLEEN. 

Tombs and temples of the Nile. 
KRAUSCHE, KENNETH K. 

Tommy. 
THE WHO. 

Tommy Tooshoes . 

ASAD, THOMAS GEORGE. 

Tomorrow. 

BRAVAR, STEPHEN NICHOLAS. 

Tomorrow the world. 

LOWEKSTEIN, MILTON D. 



Too many shares. 
THE LONE RANGER. 



(R) 



Too pooped to pope. 

0' SULLIVAN, ROBERT TIMOTHY. 

Topeka. 

STUDIO BROADCASTING SYSTEM. 



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Topsy-turvy kettles of tea and the 
mushroom princess. 
BOSWELL, ALGER VERNON, II. 

Torts. 

SABO, KENNETH B. 

Tortured Munchfcins . 

DAVIDSON, ROBERT ALAN. 

Total assessment. 

BOSTON COLLEGE, CHESTNUT HILL, MASS. 
SCHOOL OF NURSING. 

Total eclipse of Stephanie Shreck. 
VENTOLA, VINCENT. 

Touch light. 

ADELMAN, LOUIS C. 

Touch of magic. 

BRADFORD, J. STEPHEN. 

Touch of the master's hand. 
BRUNS, EUGENE. 

Touch the bluebird's song. 
CATRON, LOUIS E. 

Tour of Perrysburg, Maumee and 
Waterville historic sites and 
architecture. 
BENTLEY, GILL W. 

Tour of Toledo architecture. 
BENTLEY, GILL W. 

Tourist phantom. 

GONZALEZ, JUANA GARRIGA. 

Tous les -deceptions de Paris. 
BEAVER, WALTER S. 

Tous saint. 
BERG, BARRY. 
GILLESPIE, C. RICHARD. 

Toward the urban ecological Utopia. 
JONES, BRUCE E. 

Tower. 

LONG, HARRY H. 

Towers. 

VALCOURT, JOSEPH C. 

Town without a state. 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Track of the moon beast. 
FINGER, BILL. 

Traditional Asian plays. 
BRANDON, JAMES R. 

Tragedy of King Lethal. 
SOLOMON, NORMAN. 

Tragedy of King Richard 1. 
FERRIN, MARSHALL S. 

Tragedy or hope. 
ROSENCRANS, LEO b. 

Tragic magic . 
BURNS, ANDRE. 

Transfer of computer output data to 
contract documents. 
THIBAUDEAU, GUY P. 

Transistor radio. 
COLEMAN, GEORGE. 

Trap. 

SEYMOUR, LORRAINE MICHELE. 

Trappings. 

KRAFT, CHARLOTTE C. 

Travel agent. 

MARSHALL, HOWARD. 

Travelin' fever, 
KIRBY, CAROLYN. 

Traveling life's highway. 
ARTHUR, FRED H. 



Travelling musicians from Bremen. 
EWALD, URSULA. 

Traviata. 

VERDI, GIUSEPPE. (R) 



Treasure Island. 
BOLTE, CARL E. , 



JR. 



Trees know when they're dying. 
DAMELIO, LOUIS, JR. 

13 Rue de 1' Amour. 
GREEN, ERIC MAWBY. 

Trial at Splthead.. 
HAISLIP, HARVEY. 

Trial of Cain the son of Adam for the 
murder of his brother and one-half 
the human race. 
KULJIAN, ROY R. 

Trial of the century. 
LONG, J. ARTHUR. 

Tfials and tribs of Henry Gibbs. 
HOUSTON, ROBERT. 

Trials of T. B. 
GEIDT, JEREMY. 

Triangle of squares. 
COLE, BENTON. 

Tricky. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Trip. 

COHEN, ERIC. 

Trip out . 

MATERO, DANIEL A. 

Trip to Cocaturius. 
MORRIS, VICTORIA S. 

Tripes a la mode. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

Triple challenge. 

LANGENECKERT, ARTHUR F. , JR. 

Triple fake. 

YOUNG, ALFRED GREGORY. 

Triple K. 

GROSS, RONALD L. 

Trips beyond reality. 
LAWRENCE, JEROME. 

Tristan and Iseult. 
LUNN, ALICE COYLE. 

Tristana. 

BUNUEL, LUIS. 

Triumphant echo. 

EVANS, BENJAMIN T. 

3,l4l6. 

JOFPHOY, PIERRE. 

Trojan women. 
EURIPIDES . 

Trotsky in exile. 
WEISS, PETER. 

Trouble brewing. 

BREISKY, WILLIAM J. 

True magic. 

DREIBLATT, MARTHA. 

Trust fulfilled. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Trust your fellow smuggler. 
WORTHINGTOW, GLENN. 

Truth machine. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 

Tu etals si gentil quand tu etais 
petit. 
ANOUILH, JEAN. 



Tuesday night with James and Melissa. 
UEBAHT, KAY. 

Turtle and the butterfly. 
FELDMAN, WALTER S. 

Twelfth hour. 

ELLSTEIN, SYLVIA REGAN. 

Twelfth Night promotion. 
DOUGLAS, PAUL M. 

25 non-royalty holiday plays. 
JAGENDORP, MORITZ, comp. (R) 

Twenty plays of the No theatre. 
KEENE, DONALD, ed. 

27 wagons full of cotton: A Mississippi 
Delta comedy. 
WILLIAMS, TENNESSEE. (R) 

25rd floor. 

S HA FRAN, BELLA. 

Twist of hate. 
HUGAR, RONALD C. 

Twisted history. 
WYCKOFF, ROBERT C. 

Two chickens in every pot. 
DEAKINS, ELIZABETH S. 

Two did, one didn't. 
MERRIWEATHER, MILDRED. 

TWO different sides of boating. 
HEATHERTEL ENTERPRISES, INC. 

Two for the country. 
CHARLEY, EDGAR C. 

Two in a sleeping bag. 
NELSON, LOIS M. 

Two lives . 

POULOS, THOMAS G. 

Two narrations and a soliloquy: The 
goat. 
FRIEND, ROBERT. 

Two old bags. 

COLLAMORE, JEROME. 

Two plays: Crown of light. 
USIGLI, RODOLFO. 

Two puppet plays & a rhyme. 
MORRIS, VICTORIA S. 

2:50. 

SHEPARD, WILLIAM THOMAS. 

258 South Lauderdale. 
FLEISCHER, GEORGE. 

2069 -- that wonderful year. 
PRINCE, BARRY HARTE. 

Types of drama. 
BARNET, SYLVAN. 

Typology of communal living. 
ROBB, JOAN. 



u 



U logeru. 

KRLEZA, MIROSLAV. 

U.S.A. on Broadway. 
CONSOLATE, DOMINICK. 

U.S. cassettes. 

LOUISELL, DAVID W. 

U.S. Senate and gubenatorial projections. 
STUDIO BROADCASTING SYSTEM. 

U.S. Space Program, Topeka opinion. 
STUDIO BROADCASTING SYSTEM. 

U.S. Supreme Court 1971-1972 term. 
LOUISELL, DAVID W. 



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Umbrella oracle. 
DOWG, DONALD D. 

Un-divine comedy. 

WICKSTROM, GORDON M. 

Unauthorized autobiography of Howard 
Who. 
STEINBERG, NORMAN L. 

Uncle Herman's mole tamper. 
HARLOW, WAYNE CLIFFORD. 

Uncle Josh's big vacuum. 
ROBERTS, MARTHA GABY. 

Uncle Ned's skitlets. 
SIMON, MILTON. 

Uncle Sex wants you. 
TENOWICH, TOM. 

Uncle Sugar . 

DAVIS, LUTHER. (R) 

Unconventional death of Father Trimleigh. 
JACKOWAY, JON. 

Under and over the water. 

HEATHERTEL ENTERPRISES, INC. 

Under milk wood. 
THOMAS, DYLAN. 

Under the ice. 

BARRON, RICHARD NEIL. 

Under the rug. 
ROMBOLA, ROBERT. 

Undercover designs. 
LOCKHART, JAMES. 

Understanding. 

HAMMER, HERBERT M. 
RABIN OWITZ, SAM J. 

Understanding Carole. 
HERZ, ANDREW. 

Understanding theory Y. 

INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANTS 
(NORTH AMERICA) LTD. 

Unemployment . 

WALLACE, ROBERT T. 

UNESCO collection of representative 
works, Japanese series. 
KEENE, DONALD, ed. 

Unexpected. 

IRELAND, AMONA. 

Unexpected death. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 

Unheard-of low prices. 
ARTHUR, FRED H. 

Unimportant clown. 
HAVENS, BETTY. 

Universal human characteristics. 

INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANTS 
(NORTH AMERICA) LTD. 

Unleashed I Unchained. 
KLEINFELD, LEONARD N. 

Until proven otherwise. 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

"Untitled." 

KELLY, JOHN THOMAS. 

Untitled script about the campaign for 
women's suffrage in America. 
TRECKER, JANICE LAW. 

Untitled script about women in 
America. 
TRECKER, JANICE LAW. 

Unto everything there is a season. 
WILLIAMS, DAWN GRAY. 



Unusual activity of Charley Contrare 
and the ninety eighth street gang. 
LONDON, ROY LAIRD. 

Unwatched rock. 
WITTMAYER, JOHN. 

Up. 

GUNN, GWENDOLYN. 

Ups and downs of Samuel Frog. 
PARIS, RANDY ALLEN. 

Upsee Dee, a musical play for children. 
BLAKELY, WINIFRED. 

Upward mobility in downtown Philadel- 
phia. 
ORTHER, EVELYN. 

Us. 

SULLIVAN, KENNETH. 

Us folks. 

ROBINSON, DOROTHY. 

Use fire rating savvy to build sales 
volume. 
SHELBY PUB. CORP. 

Using reports and charting to measure 
men. 
EDWARDS, J. DOUGLAS. 



V 



Valuation of preferred stocks of 
closely owned businesses. 
MYERS, ROBERT M. 

Value in light and dark. 
WOSTER, CAROL. 

Vampire. 

HARRIS, NEIL. 

Vampire in Congress. 

IHDE, ALBERT JAMES, JR. 

Vanderbilt. 

DU BIN, ALEXANDER. 

Vanishing lady. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 

Vanity Pair. 

SMITHIES, MAURA CAVANAGH. 

Vardon and Ray are waiting. 
WILSON, ROBERT H. 

Variations on a theme. 
STAPLES, LORING M. 

Vasalisa's real adventure. 
KRAUS, JOANNA HALPERT. 

Vassilissa the beautiful. 
CAREY, BONNIE C. 

Vast visions. 

FREEMAN, DAVID E. 

Vegetable for all occasions; zucchini. 
WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUKDATION, BOSTON. 

Venetian twins. 

ALDER, WILLIAM JAC. 

Venture capital: an inside look for 
the investor and the entrepreneur. 
TIME, INC. 

Vernier instruments. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Vertical accounting. 
THIBAUDEAU, GUY P. 

Very best of friends. 
GUNSHER, DENNIS JAMES. 

Very special buried treasure. 
DAWSON, MARLOW. 



definitions and 



Vetements de mer. 

BREILLAT, CATHERINE. 

Veteran's return. 
MOLYNEAUX, THOMAS. 

Vibrations . 

DOUGLASS, GAEL T. 

Vice-president . 

PULASKI, CHARLES A. 

Vice rewarded. 

BALAWICK, PAUL M. 

Victim of terror. 
SUGERMAN, ANDREW. 

Victims . 

MCDONALD, JOHHIE T. 

Video project. 

BROMBERG, CONRAD. 

Viento de cuaresma. 
CERNUDA, ANTONIO. 

Vierge du harsm. 
LARUE, JEAN. 

Viet Nam. 

CURTIS, JAMES NEIL. 
PORTARO, JOSEPH. 

Vincent. 

FINLEY, J. MICHAEL. 

Vincent, Paul — Paul, Vincent. 
HARTY, VINCENT. 

Vine. 

BROCK, ROBERT J. 

Vintage stock. 

GOLDSMITH, STEVEN. 

Violence and authority: 
perspectives. 
VAN DEN HAAG, ERNEST. 

Vip veal. 

WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, BOSTON. 

Virgin of Guilford. 

RUMSEY, LEROY REHNER. (R) 

Visions. 

BREHM, GREGORY A. 

Visions of Juan Valdez . 
WARD, EARNEST V., JR. 

Visit of the old lady. 
EINEM, GOTTFRIED VON. 

Visit to historic Savannah on tape. 
LEE, ELIZABETH A. 

Visitor. 

WISE, JOHN D. 

Vital issues; Drug education program. 
KRESS, JIM. 

Vivat! Vivat Regina. 
BOLT, ROBERT. 

Vocabulary builder. 
FUN LEARN CO. 

Voice of the people. 
lOJRTZ, WILLIAM ALAN. 

Voices. 

LIND, JAKOV. 

Void where prohibited by law. 
BEGUN, JEPFRY S. 

Voltemand report. 
WOOD, WILLIAM H. 

Voluntary dis enf ranc his ement . 
BLUMENFELD, LENORE. 

Voting booth on Elephant Hill. 
KOCHER, ERIC. 



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¥. H. Owl and Company presents Crisis 
in Chucklewood. ' 
KADIHG, CHARLES STANLEY. 

WIN: What is it. 
KENT, JIM. 

Wages of sin. 

FRANKLIN, HELEN. 

Waiting room. 

PEREMAN, HELEN HARRIS. 

Walewska. 

COPELAND, MELFOKD CLYDE. 

Walk in the night. 
SCHADE, DONNA M. 

Wall painting. 
SERLEN, BRUCE. 

Wall-to-wall. 

FOSTER, GLADYS S. 

Wanna' buy a duck. 
ARTHUR, FRED H. 

Wanted: one building. 
WHITEMAN, AMRAM. 

War. 

PIERRE, ARTHUR P. 

War on Coot Cottrell, 
WILBERT, CHARLES. 

Warp. 

KLEINFELD, LEONARD N. 

Wars of the Roses. 
BARTON, JOHN. 

Washboard climax. 

BRADFORD, BENJAMIN. 

Washburn University student response 
to marijuana issue. 
STUDIO BROADCASTING SYSTEM. 

Wasps . 

NEWTON, RUTH NALL. 

Wasted time. 

BEVERLY, EDDIE, JR. 

Wave your flag. 

FINSTROM, ANTHONY KARL. 

Wax flower. 

LATOUCHE, JOHN. (E) 

Way out. 

INFANTE, BONNIE LEE HOPE. 

Way out is via the door. 
GULLIVER, H. ROBERT. 

We all fall down. 
MORISON, JAMES E. 

We always take care of our own. 
WALES, SANDRA. 

We could have been top athletes. 
RICHARDS, JAMES. 

We deal in dreams. 
DE SOUZA, STEVEN E. 

We just ain't gonna do that to my tom- 
cat. 
HOPKINS, BEN W. 

We speak for America's freedom. 
CHRISTENSEN, J. A. 

We, the people. 

KHANNA, CANDACE DAULTON. 

We, who survive. 
KARP, LAENU A. G. 

Weaker than the flesh. 
DUHART, LARRY ALLAH. 



Wear the gold hat. 
O'SHEA, PEGGY. 

Web. 

CLEARMAN, MARY HOGELAND. 

Webs of murder. 

THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 

Weed. 

WESTON, PRANK. 

Welcome. 

WYDALLIS, STANLEY. 

Welfare blues. 
KELLY, J. B. 

Well, a dream, once upon a time. 
THOMPSON, PAUL J. 

We'll be fine together. 
MCNEIL, LIBBY. 

We'll meet again you and I. 
RIDGEWAY, LINDSAY D. 

Well upholstered ghetto. 
TAGLIAFERRO, MAURISHKA. 

Wes's car. 

HARRISON, WESLEY BYRON. 

West chamber. 
WANG, SHIH-FU. 

Western Union. 

THE LONE RANGER. 

Wharf . 

HURLEY, KAREN. 



(R) 



What an orchestra is composed of. 
KEOHANE, JOHN MICHAEL. 

What are the new motivations . 

INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANTS 
(NORTH AMERICA) LTD. 

What does love sound like. 
QUILL, JOHN E. 

What happened to the Medicaid file. 
BARCLAY, CONNON EDWARD. 

What is our health-related facility. 
HUNT, RUTHIE L. 

What is really happening. 
DICKS, LEON HENRY, JR. 

What is the old country church. 
KOOPMAN, LEROY. 

What the hell. 

MCKNIGHT, DONALD E. 



What you have a right to expect -- 
not expect -- from your doctor. 
STEVENS, ROSALIND BLAU. 

What you will. 
DOUGLAS, PAUL M. 

Whatever happened to Raskolnikov. 
EGAN, MARLENE J. W. 

Whatever happened to the suns. 
SHER, ROSE. 

What's going on outside, anyhow. 
SCHWARTZSEID, TRUDY H. 

What's happened to my pear tree. 
CELONA, JOHN ANTHONY. 

What's in the bottle. 
PHILLIPS, DOROTHY. 

What's wrong with that child. 
BENNINGS, JOHN. 

Wheels. 

SWANTON, HENRY A. 

When a witch comes to call. 
BEECHER, EARL. 

When it rains it pours. 
GROSSO, MICHAEL THOMAS. 



and 



When Janle comes marching home. 
BRAUN, WILBUR. (R) 

Vfhen Shakespeare dances. 
ROSSMAN, GEORGE P. 

When songs my soul has sung are ended. 
REINGOLD, HILDA STERN. 

Vfhen the bough breaks. 
SCLUFER, NICHOLAS. 

Where. 

LEDERER, VJILLIAM L. 

Where and vihy. 

NYSTROM (A. J. ) & CO. 

Where are all the wastebaskets, Mr. 
Mayor. 
EADEH, ALFRED R. 

Where has Tommy Flov;ers gone. 
MCNALLY, TERRENCE. 

Where have all the flowers gone . 
GREAVES, FIELDING LH'/IS. 

Where have all the lightning bugs gone. 
CATRON, LOUIS E. 

Where is Che Guevara. 
RUTMAN, LEO. 

Where the green bananas grovr. 
DAVIS, ALLEN, III. 

Which was the son. 
OLSHER, LAURA N. 

Which will it be. 

ROCKET PICTURES, INC. 

While Christ cries. 
BONDER, SANIEL BOB. 

While Jesus weeps. 
BONDER, SANIEL BOB. 



Whirligig is late: 
DWYER, PRANK. 



A grave play. 



White pagoda - crimson cloud. 
HEIDER, WERNER. 

White tiger hunt. 
ROY, AL. 

White time. 

MASON, MARY LOUISE. 

Who am I. 

WOODWARD, LUCY L. 

Who is Silvia. 
NARCY, WILLIAM. 

Who is Sylvia. 
SIEGEL, JACK. 

Who moves the shade. 
GRAY, JEROME ARMSTEAD. 

Who really killed the Christ. 
KORNS, LEOTA E. 

Who squeezed the toothpaste in the 
middle. 
NAFTALY, HENRY S. 

Who stole the sheep. 

CONE, MARION LEDOUX THORNTON. (R) 

Who stole the tarts. 

WALLACE, MAUDE ORITA. (R) 

Who told them to steal the telephones. 
DEMLINGER, SANDOR H. 

Iflio wants peace and prosperity. 
LAHGENECKERT, ARTHUR F. , JR. 

Who will get the apples. 
GOLDSTEIN, BENJAMIN. 

Whoppers and big VJindies. 
CALLAGHAN, GEORGE MICHAEL. 

Who's got the medicine. 
MASON, MARY L. 



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124 



DRAMAS 



Jan -Ju 



)Jho ' s me . 

WOON, BASIL DILLON. 

Who's running with the Greek. 
FELD, STEVEN ERIC. 

Who's that sleeping in my bed. 
BOONE, THERONE J. 

Who's the fox. 

COLAHERI, JAMES E. 



Who's who. 
O'LAUGHLIN, 



MICHAEL E. 



Why are people different. 

INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL CONSULTANTS 
(NORTH AMERICA) LTD. 

Why aviation/aerospace education. 
SANDERSON FILMS, INC. 

Why be poor, if you can be rich again. 
AUSLANDER, ETHAN K. 

Why is it necessary to provide your 
hens with the proper amount of 
calcium in their diet in order to 
increase production, guarantee a 
good profit, and improve poultry 
standards. 
ARCE, MANUEL JOSE, JR. 

Why positive thinkers get positive 
results. 
PEALE, NORMAN VINCENT. 

Why we can't do It. 
DENNIS, LLOYD B. 

Wife of Bath's second tale. 
WAHL, NORMAN D. 

Wilbur Webster and the spirits of 1776. 
MOLDOFF, SHELDON. 

Wild Bill Hickok. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Wild gallant . 
BODE, ROBERT P. 

Wildcat Willie gets girl trouble. 
MARTENS, ANNE COULTER. (R) 

Wiley and the hairy raan . 
ZEDER, SUZAN L. 

Wilhelm papers. 

TURNER, STEVEN CIARK. 



Will. 

JURKOWITZ, LAWRENCE. 

Will someone please tell me what's 
going on here. 
LEE, JAMES WADE. 

William Tell. 

ZEIDELMAN, CLAIRE. 

Willy and Nilly. 

HAGAN, LEON RICHARD. 

Willy boy. 

MCKEITHEN, BRUCE ALLEN. 

Wind of heaven. 

WILLIAMS, EMLYN. (R) 

Wind River rendezvous. 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Windfall. 

MARLANDO, JACK. 

Window. 

DRUPFEL, ANNA B. 

Window box. 

BIRCH, EMILE A. 

Wine & cheese. 
SCOTT, SERET 0. 

Wlnfield family. 

KLOBUCHER, JAMES COOK. 



Wino. 

FRANK, BOB. 

Wintergreen collection. 
SHORR, RAOUL J. 

Wintergreen reflections. 
SHORE, RAOUL J. 

Wish for happiness. 
EDGE, ELIZABETH HART. 

Wishes and Saturdays. 
HELVILLE, LANCE. 

Witch of Donderberg Mountain. 
THE RETURN OF NICK CARTER. (R) 

With a star and a prayer. 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

With love to all. 

FULLER, CLEMENT ARTHUR. (R) 

With malice toward none. 
EVANS, MARK. 

With the right seed my plant will grow 
green. 
WILLIAMS, HAROLD. 

With wings as eagles. 
MOSELEY, HAZEL. 

Witness the omega. 
DILIMAN, SHIRLEY. 

Wives-in-law. 

BISCOGLIO, BENEDICT S. 

Wolf, wolf. 

DI SALVO, GRACE E. 

Woman beware woman. 
MIDDLETON, THOMAS. 

Woman in the picture. 
THE GREEN HORNET. (R) 

Woman's sacrifice. 

SHAW, WILLIAM HARLAN. 

Womanwealth . 

VOLANAKIS, MINOS. 

Women and men. 
MEIXNER, JOHN A. 

Women in power. 
VOLANAKIS, MINOS. 

Women of W. I.T. 

CONNORS, JOY FISHER. 

Wonder woman. 
BEAN, MURIEL. 
JAMES, M. A., SR. 

Wonderful world of the bookworm. 
MAROTTA, AMALIA G. 

Wonderful world of words. 
PERRY, ELAINE K. 

Won't anybody buy my flowers. 
FEEDMAN SANPORD. 

Woodlawn Express. 

GINSBERG, MILTON MOSES. 

Woodman's club. 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

wooing dance of the mutated petunias. 
SETTLEMIRE, EARL S. 

Words are fun. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

Words cost ten cents. 
BATEMAN, LARRY LANE. 

Words of magic. 

SHERMAN, ALICE ELLA. (R) 



World of silence. 
HOLLIS, DARYL J. 

World oughta be a people place. 
LA BODA, CARL. 

Worms. 

SMITH, KENNETH HAROLD. 

Worry, the easy route to insanity. 
WORTHINGTON, GLENN. 

Would-be genie. 
CASEY, MAUREEN C. 

Would-be gentleman. 

MOLIERE, JEAN BAPTISTE POQUELIN. 

Wrath of the storm. 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Wrong girl. 

STIEPER, DONALD R. 

Wrong Mother Goose. 
MERZ, HENRY G. 



X 



X communication. 
THEATRE X, INC. 



Xantheppe vs. Socrates at Miami Beach. 
TYNAN, TIMOTHY JOSEPH. 



Y 



Workers . 
GRIFFIN, 



THOMAS E., JR. 



Ya ta heh. 

DIXON, JANICE THORNE. 

Yankee Doodle. 

HALDEMAN, JAMES LIONEL. 

Yankee J Go home . 

DISNEY, STANLEY E. 

Yard of sun. 

FRY, CHRISTOPHER. 

Yellow bar. 

HUDSON, JAMES. 

Yellow legs and brass. 
THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

Yellow pillow. 

PERKINS, JOHN, SR. 

Yellowstone National Park Commemorative 
Centennial sound tape, I872-I972. 
RECREATIONAL RESEARCH. 

Yes, Virginia, there is a golden apple. 
SIMMONS, JOSEPH COLE. 

Yes, Virginia, there is an avant garde. 
LATTA, JOHN MALCOLM. 

Yesterday ended last night. 
FEIN, PEARL. 

Yesterday in Kymylia. 
ZEFTEL, MITCHELL. 

Yoga food concepts. 
GUPTA, KAILASH NATH. 

York ' s c ave . 

THE LONE RANGER. (R) 

You. 

MIDAY, CHARLES J. 

You ain't heard the half of it. 
BRAUN, WILBUR. (R) 

You are cordially invited to attend 
the birth of a god. 
BATES, JOHN. 

You been prayin' the wrong prayer. 
GRAY, AMELIA COBB. 



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TITLE INDEX 



125 



You can't always sometimes tell. 
BRAUN, WILBUR. (R) 

You don't have to be having fun to 
enjoy our beer. 
YAMAOKA, MIA. 

You gonna let me take you out tonight^ 
baby. 
BULLINS, EDWARD A. 

You loolc Just lilte a rich Jewish lady. 
HALAS, EDWARD ANDREW. 

You made my heart sing. 
MCCLURE, SALLY GIBBS. 

You shouldn't have to work to smile. 
COYNE, MICHAEL. 

You too can be the Son of God. 
WALSH, MICHAEL. 

You'll die laughing. 
TOBIAS, JAY. 

You ' 11 never know . 

HERBERT, F. HUGH. (R) 

Young Abe Lincoln. 

BERNSTEIN, RICHARD N. 

Young John F. Kennedy. 
RAVOSA, CARMINO C. 

Young man. 

RAPHAELSON, SAMSON. 



Youngest wise man. 
RITER, DORRIS. 

Your brain. 

SMALL, SIDNEY ROBERT. 

Your dental examination. 

PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION & RESEARCH. 

Your mother dresses you funny. 
PORGIONE, JOHN. 

Your role In training. 

BUREAU OP BUSINESS PRACTICE, INC. 

Your sister Rose is dead. 
TAYLOR, ERVINE JASPER, JR. 

Your upper body. 
BOSTON, JANE. 

Your wife for mine. 

WILKINSHAW, ARTHUR, pseud. (R) 

You're gonna miss her. 
WHITE, JOHN H. 

You're it. 

SELIGMAN, MICHAEL B. 

You're the one. 

SALAMONE, ROBERT JAMES. 



Yucca Flats. 
LEFEVRE, ADAM. 

Yyala. 

BAIRN, WILLIAM A. 



Zaat. 

BARTON FILM CO. 

Zarathustra. 

SUNDGREN, BELLE BRAND. 

Zailberfloete. 

MOZART, WOLFGANG AMADBUS. 

Zeke 111*. 

WERNER, JEFFREY. 

Zilensky collection. 
BERGMANN, MICHAEL. 

Zodiac (How to influence women and win 
friends) 
CALABRESE, TONY. 

Zulu dirge. 

LARSON, MICHAEL TODD. 

Zuper dealer. 

RICHARDSON, CHARLES CLINTON. 



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Catalog of Copyright Entries: Third Series 
Volume 26, Parts 3-4, Number 2 



Dramas and 

Works Prepared for 

Oral Delivery 



July-December 

1972 




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Dramas and 

Works Prepared for 

Oral Delivery 



July— December 

1972 




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The CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

is published by authority of sections 210 and 21 1 
of Title 1 7 of the United States Code. Section 2 1 
provides in part: "The current catalog of copy- 
right entries and the index volumes herein pro- 
vided for shall be admitted in any court as prima 
facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
any copyright registration." 

The Catalog is subdivided into parts correspond- 
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numbers to identify the classes, and the prices of 
the semiannual or annual issues. 

The record of each copyright registration listed 
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copyrighted and data relating to the copyright 
claim (the name of the copyright claimant as 
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For a more complete description of the contents 
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all current registrations in the class or classes 
indicated by the alphabetical symbols. Renewal 
registrations are listed separately at the end of 
each related part. Some parts also contain regis- 
trations made under symbols other than those 
listed for the particular part, if the subject matter 
or type of material is similar to that generally 
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I Books and periodicals registered for ad interim copy- 

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C Lectures and other works prepared for 

oral delivery 
D Dramatic or dramatico-musical works 

R Renewal registrations 

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R Renewal registrations 

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F Maps 

R Renewal registrations 



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works of art 
H Reproductions of works of art 

I Drawings or sculptural works of a scientific 

or technical character 
J Photographs 

K Prints and pictorial illustrations 

R Renewal registrations 

Part 1 IB Commercial Prints and Labels 

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R Renewal registrations 

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R Renewal registrations 



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Table of Contents 

Page 

Current Registrations 127 

Renewal Registrations 19' 

Title Index 207 



Introduction 



PARTS 3-4 list dramas, dramatico-muscicals, lec- 
tures, sermons, monologs, and radio, television, and 
recording scripts registered in classes C and D. 
Many of the recording scripts are made to accom- 
pany filmstrips which are registered in classes A or J 
and are listed in Parts 12-13: Motion Pictures and 
Filmstrips. Selected published dramas currently 
registered in class A are also included for the con- 
venience of the user. Works for which the copyright 
has been renewed are listed separately in the Re- 
newal Registrations section. 

Arrangement is alphabetical under the name of 
the author (i.e., the person or organization prin- 
cipally responsible for the content of the work) or, 
in the case of some serials and certain other works, 
under the title. Each work is described in a main 
entry which includes information pertinent to the 
copyright claim. References are made to the main 
entries from the names of contributing authors 
(e.g., joint authors, editors), claimants, and from 
variant forms of names. 

The Title Index covers both currently registered 
works and renewal registrations, the latter being 
identified by the symbol (R.) Omitted are titles of 



serials and other works which are entered under 
title in the first two sections. 

For works currently registered, each main entry 
includes, in addition to the name or title under 
which it is filed, the following items of information 
if available and apphcable: 

1) Title, followed by subtitle, if any, which 
may include the number of acts or scenes. 

2 ) Names of joint authors, editors, translators, 
compilers, etc. 

3) Edition statement. 

4) Place of publication for all foreign works; 
and for domestic works if given in an im- 
print on the work, unless the work is entered 
under the publisher as author. 

5 ) Name of the first-named publisher given in 
an imprint on the work ; when the publisher 
is also the author, the name is omitted. 

6 ) Physical description, consisting of the num- 
ber of pages or other terms descriptive of 
the work; unpaged works and those with 
complicated or irregular paging are de- 
scribed as 1 v.; for works issued in more 
than one volume, the number of volumes is 
given. 



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7) Series statement. 

8) Special descriptive data which includes the 
number of acts or scenes when not included 
after the title ; author and title of a work on 
which the dramatic work is based or with 
which it is correlated. 

9) Names of authors given in the application 
which do not appear elsewhere in the entry. 

10) Name of the employer in the case of a work 
made for hire, if so named in the application. 

1 1 ) Application title if it varies substantially in 
wording from the title as it is given on the 
work. 

12) Information contained in the application 
which relates to the registration of an earlier 
version of the work. 

1 3 ) Brief statement of the new matter on which 
copyright is claimed, preceded by the abbre- 
viation NM, if this information is given in 
the application and is not indicated else- 
where in the entry. 

14) Copyright symbol ©. 

15) A statement of limitation of claim if the 
application or notice on the work explicitly 
limits the claim. 

16) Name of the copyright claimant. 

1 7 ) For published works, date of publication as 
given in the application; for unpublished 
works, the date on which the last of all items 
required to complete registration (i.e., copy, 
application, and fee) was received in the 
Copyright Office. 

18) Registration number. 

For published works, whenever it is necessary to 
indicate a variation between the information given 
in the application and in the copy of the work with 
respect to the claimant's name or the date of pub- 
lication, the data from the application is given first, 
followed by the phrase "in notice" and the data 



given in the work; e.g., © Richard Roe; 12Jul72 
(in notice: 1971); DP8100. 

Works deposited in connection with copyright 
registration may be selected for inclusion in the 
collections of the Library of Congress. Library of 
Congress printed cards are available for many of 
the published works so selected. Orders for such 
cards or inquiries concerning them should be 
addressed to the Card Division, Building No. 159, 
Navy Yard Annex, Washington, D.C. 20541. 

For renewal registrations, each main entry in- 
cludes, in addition to the name or title under which 
it is filed, the following items of information if 
available and applicable: 

1) Title, followed by subtitle, if any, which 
may include the number of acts or scenes. 
Names of authors of renewable matter. 
Edition statement. 
Number of acts, scenes, or volumes. 
Series statement. 

Brief statement of the new matter on which 
the original copyright was claimed, pre- 
ceded by the abbreviation NM, if available 
in the renewal application. 
Copyright symbol ©. 

A statement of limitation of claim to a 
certain portion of the original work if the 
application explicitly limits the claim. 
Date of original copyright. 
Original registration number. 
Name of the renewal claimant followed by 
a statement in parentheses, usually abbre- 
viated, giving the basis of the renewal claim 
as supplied by the appHcant; e.g., "John 
Doe (NK) " indicates that renewal of copy- 
right is claimed by John Doe as next of kin 
of the deceased author. 
Date of receipt of the renewal application 
or fee, whichever is later. 
Renewal registration number. 



2) 
3) 
4) 

5) 
6) 



7) 
8) 



9) 
10) 

11) 



12: 



13) 



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Registrations July-December 1972 

Class C — Lectures and other works pre- These figures represent the number of registra- 

pared for oral delivery ... 831 tions for dramas and works prepared for oral 

Class D— Domestic published dramatic and delivery for July-December 1 972, but do not neces- 

dramatico-musical works . . 193 sarily represent the exact number of entries in this 

Foreign published dramatic and i^^e of the Catalog of Copyright Entries. Registra- 

Unpubhshed dramatic and dra- f^ j • *u .• 

. . , , . ^,^ found in the respective parts, 

matico-musical works .... 1, 616 

Dramatic works registered in 

class A 57 

Total 2, 752 

Renewals: Classes C and D 350 



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Abbreviations and Symbols 



The following list includes abbreviations and 
symbols used in this catalog with specific copy- 
right or bibliographic meanings. 



(A) 


author (s) 


a.a.d.o. 


accepted alternative designa- 




tion of 


a.k.a. 


also known as 


ace. 


accompaniment 


Adm.c.t.a. 


Administrator (s) cum testa- 




mento annexo 


Adm.d.b.n.c.t.a. 


Administrator (s) de bonis non 




cum testamento annexo 


appl. 


application 


approx. 


approximate, approximately 


arr. 


arranged, arrangement, ar- 




ranged by 


Aufl. 


Aufiage 


augm. 


augmented 


Ausg. 


Ausgabe 


b&w 


black and white 


Bd. 


Band (German) 


bearb. 


bearbeitet 


© 


copyright symbol 


(C) 


child or children of the de- 




ceased author 


ca. 


circa 


chap. 


chapter (s) 


col. 


colored 


comp. 


compiler 


d.b.a. 


doing business as 


(E) 


executor (s) of the author 


ed. 


edition, editor 


enl. 


enlarged 


fr. 


frames 


ft. 


feet 


hrsg. 


herausgegeben 


illus. 


illustration (s) 


m 


music, music by 


min. 


minutes 


mm. 


millimeters 


(NK) 


next of kin of the decease 



NM 
no. 
nouv. 
op. 

P- 
(PCB) 



author 



(PCW) 

(PPW) 

(PWH) 

prev. 

print. 

priv. print. 

pseud. 

pt. 

pty. 

pub. 

R, (R) 

reg. 

rev. 

sd. 

sec. 

ser. 

si. 

suppl. 

t. 

T., Th. 

t.a. 

t.p. 

tr. 

v., vol. 

w 

(W) 

(Wr) 



new matter 
number (s) 
nouveau, nouvelle 
opus 
page(s) 

proprietor of copyright in a 
work copyrighted by a cor- 
porate body otherwise than 
as assignee or licensee of the 
individual author 
proprietor of copyright in a 

composite work 
proprietor of copyright in a 

posthumous work 
proprietor of copyright in a 

work made for hire 
previous, previously 
printing 

privately printed 
pseudonym 
part, parts 
proprietary 
published, publishing 
renewal registration 
registered, registration 
revised 
sound 
seconds 
series 
silent 

supplement 
tome, tomo 
Teil, Theil 
trading as 
title page 
translator 
volume, volumes 
words, words by 
widow of the author 
widower of the author 



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DRAMAS AND WORKS PREPARED FOR ORAL DELIVERY 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



A list of dramas and works prepared for oral delivery registered during the period 
covered by this issue. Arrangement is alphabetical under the name of the author 
or under the title. References from the names of contributing authors, claimants, 
and from variant forms of names are interfiled. 



A 



ABBOTT, STEVEN MILLER. 

Marriage is always having to say 
you're sorry. 15 1. A play. 
© Steven Miller Abbott; 29Aug72; 
DU84635 . 

ABRAHAM, GAELI , pseud. See WEINER, 
GLORIA . 

ABRAHAMl, ISRAEL ISSY. 

P.R.I.C.K.; or, Pr61etariat rebell- 
ion in central Kremlin; An 
original screenplay by Izzy 
Abrahami & Yoav Rachmanl. 80 1. 
© Israel Issy Abrahami & Yoav 
Rachmanl; 7Dec72; DU85485. 

ABRAMS, TEVIA. 

Maid in Montreal; play with songs in 
two acts. 73 1. Two acts. Book 
& lyrics only. © Tevla Abrams: 
l4Aug72; DU84368. 

ABRAMSON, HAROLD. 

With God's help; written by Hal 
Abramson. 142 1. A screenplay. 
© Harold Abramson; 29Nov72; DU8538O. 



ABUDU, MUNGU KIMNA, pseud. 
MORRISON, CARL F. , JR. 



See 



ACHUTHAN, M. RADH. 

On the necessity for education and 
society to be long range goals for 
mankind oriented. 7 1. Appl . 
states prev. reg. l6Jun71, C25286. 
NM: additions. © M. Radh Achuthan; 
lAug72; C27396. 



ACKERSON, ANORA. 

Magic in Manhattan. 
RICHARD ALLEN. 



See LEWIS, 



ADAMITZ, RUTH T. 

Pled Piper. See MOORE, CLAUDBTTE. 

ADAMS, GEORGE. 

Easy money, by George Adams & James 
Wagenvoord, 1st draft. II9 1. 
Screenplay. © George Adams & James 
Wagenvoord; l80ct72; DU85044 . 



ADAMS, HELEN J. 

Woman elevated and equal. 9 1. 

© Helen J. Adams; 15Aug72; DP8161. 

ADAMS, LAWRENCE LEE. 

I don't want nothing but what's mine. 
Sheet, Speech. ® Lawrence Lee 
Adams; 20c t72; C27809. 

ADAMS, WILLIAM J. 

A song for Gar; an opera for the young 
of all ages; based on the book by 
Jean Merrill. 22 1. Six scenes. 
Libretto. © William J. Adams; 
7Jul72; DU84109. 

ADDIS ON -WES LEY PUB. CO., INC. 

Transactional analysis overview. 
See JONGEWAKD, DOROTHY. 



ADLEMAN, ROBERT H. 
The bloody Benders. 



See LEWIS, ANDY. 



ADLER, HOWARD. 

Everything you must know to get a 
raise and promotion. Lesson 
no. 1-12. 38 1. © Howard Adler; 
27Sep72; C27795- 

ADVANCEMENT gONCEPTS UNLIMITED. 

Master keys to management. Cassette 
scripts. © Advancement Concepts 
Unlimited. 
Conducting effective meetings. 

7Dec72; C28057. 
Effective communications, 

© 29Sep72; C27767. 
The manager in perspective. 

© 20Nov72; C27995 . 
Managing people without playing God. 

© 8Dec72; C28o6l. 
Preparing for supervision. 

© l60ct72; C278')3. 
Supervising or managing? 

© 'tAug72; C27584. 
Unions & the non-union company. 
© 7Dec72; C28058. 

ADVANCEMENT CONCEPTS UNLIMITED. 

GRUNDAHL PRODUCTIONS. See GHUNDAHL 
PRODUCTIONS . 



AISON, EVERETT. 

The video project. 
CONRAD. 



See BROMBERG, 



ALARCON, PEDRO ANTONIO DE. 

The man in the tricornered hat. 
See LEVIN, ROBERT L. 

ALBERTSON, NORBERT. 

April; a Screenplay, 79 1. Appl, 
author: United International Pic- 
tures, Inc., employer for hire, 
© United International Pictures, 
Inc; 17NOV72; DU8528l. 

ALBRECHT, AGNES W. 

The professor's dilemma; a play in 3 
acts. 1 v. © Agnes W. Albrecht; 
21JU172; DU84252. 

ALBRIGHTj CARLTON JUSTIN, 

The 7-up king of Minnesota; a feature- 
length film. 9>i 1. Screenplay. 
© Carlton J. Albright; 120ct72; 
DU84986 . 

ALDERMAN, PRANCES L. 

Tour. 1 V. A musical play in 3 acts. 
© Frances L. Alderman; 22Sep72; 
DU84787 . 

ALESSI, LILLIAN, 

Hansel and Gretel; original adapta- 
tion, 1 V, A musical play in 4 
acts. © Lillian Alessi; 3Jan73; 
DU85621. 

ALEXANDER, JAMES P., JR. 

The doctor in spite of himself. See 
MOLIERE, JEAN BAPTISTE POQUELIN. 

ALEXANDER, LAWRENCE E. 

30. l42 1. A screenplay, © Lawrence 
E. Alexander; 7Aug72; DU84390. 

ALEMNDER, LINDA MARIE. 

Save me, don't let me die; an original 
script for television series. 21 1. 
(The Mod squad) © Linda Marie 
Alexander; 19Jul72; DU8')2'fl. 

ALLAN, TED. 

Lies my father told me; original story 
and screenplay. 168 1. © Ted 
Allan; 29Sep72; DU84849. 

ALLEN, CHARLES. 

Can any good thing come from 

Nazareth. See TACKETT, GERTRUDE. 

ALLEN, MRS. CHARLES. See ALLEN, LINDA. 



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July-Dec. 



DAVID. 



See DONAHUE, 



ALLER, EDDIE. 

Lear. See CARNOCHAH, 

ALLEN, GREGORY. 
Children's world. 
MILDRED. 

ALLEN, JEANNE SHIRLEY. 

The game of life. 5 1. A play. 

© Jeanne Allen; 20Nov72; DU85517. 
Listen to the beat of my drum. 5 !• 
A play. © Jeanne Allen; 20Nov72; 
DU85324. 

ALLEM, LINDA. 

Can any good thing come from 

Nazareth. See TACKETT, GERTRUDE. 

ALLEN, RICHARD K. 

Robin Hood; a musical play for chil- 
dren. Book by Courtaney Brooks; 
orchestrations & original music by 
Richard K. Allen; vocal arrangements 
by Charles A. Riddell; lyrics for 
Marian's song, by Dwight McBride; 
puppet sequence by Karen Emanuel & 
John Krahl. 2 v. Three acts. Based 
on the opera by Reginald DeKoven & 
Harry B. Smith. © Courtaney Brooks, 
Richard K. Allen & Charles A. 
Riddell; 8Aug72; DU8lt40lt. 

ALLEN, WILFORD G. . 

Walter's waste; a tragic fantasy xn 
two acts by Will Allen. 86 1. 
© Wilford 0. Allen; 200ct72; DU85066 . 

ALLRED, JANICE LYNN. 

A case of belonging & The day of 
another dawn. Two one-acts by Jan 
Allred. 1 V. © Janice Lynn All- 
red; 17N0V72; DU85552- 
The facade; a play in three acts by 
Jan Allred. 1 v. © Janice L. 
Allred; 27Nov72; DU85395- 

ALONI, AMI. ^ „^ ^^ 

Mister Polly; book, Leonard Stadd; 
music. Ami Aloni; lyrics, Arlene 
Stadd. 1 V. A play in 2 acts. 
Based on The history of Mr. Polly, 
by H. G. Wells. © Leonard Stadd; 
l4Aug72; DU84555- 

ALBERT, SANDRA. 

Well, fair; written by Anne Roby 
with muEic by Sandy Alpert. 
1 V. A mus:^cal play. © Sandra 
Alpert & Mary LouAnne Roby; 
21NOV72; DU85375- 

ALTER, PAUL. 

An overdose of omelette. 65 1. 
(Columbo) A screenplay. © Paul 
Alter; 6Dec72; DU85457 . 

ALTERS, GERALD. 

I wonder what's become of Sally. 
See HARTIG, HERBERT A. 

ALUMNAE ADVISORY CENTER, INC. 

How to write successful job resumes. 
See KING, ALICE GORE. 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY, 
WORCESTER, MASS. 
Johnny Tremain. See HUMPHREY, 
DAVID. 

AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY. 

Men and molecules. Tape scripts. 
© American Chemical Society. 
Script 

604. Man and nature in south 
Florida. © 51Jul72; C27406. 

605. Sea slicks, a factor in ocean 
pollution. Appl. ti.: The slick 
factor in ocean pollution. 

© 17JU172; C27404. 
607. The damaged air, I-II. 

© 24JU172, C27405; 51Jul72, C27405. 
608.' Community needs: new emphasis 

in research. ® 8Aug72; 027675- 



609. Insulin and diabetes, I. 
© l4Aug72; 027574. 

610. Insulin and diabetes, II. 
© l4Aug72; C27575- 

611. Aspirin vs. prostaglandins, 
something old, something new. 

© 28Aug72; 027642. 

612. How smells shape up. © 30ct72; 
027801 . 

613. Design for urban autos . 
© 7Sep72; 027659- 

5l5. stalking the molecules of 
memory. © 29Sep72; 02778O. 

617. Immunotherapy against cancer. 
© 120c t72; 027828. 

618. Chemicals combating cancer. 
© 200ct72; 027827. 

619 Chemical essence of beer and 
ale. © 270ct72; 027873. 

620. A breakdown in plastics, I. 
© 6Nov72; C27900. 

621. A breakdown in plastics II. 
© 7Deo72; C28o4l. 

622. Tough filaments of fragile 
liquid. © 15Dec72; C28075, 

623. Electricity from rooftops. 
® llDec72; 028o45 . 

624. Protein, the next big produc- 
tion? © 15Dec72; 028072. 

625. Clean energy, a cine-way dream. 
© 30Nov72; 028044. 

625. Nature's own food toxicants. 
Appl. ti.: Nature's own toxicants 
in foods. © 8Dec72; C28070. 

627. i^dded, not intended. 
© 20Deo72; C28071. 

628. Energy and environmental 
thrift. © 29Dec72; C28121 . 

AMIR, AVIVA. 

By the shadow of an earthquake. 48 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Aviva Amir; 
23Aug72; DU845l4. 

AMCHORAGE PRESS, INC. 

The prince, the wolf and the 

firebird. See LACEY, JACKSON. 
Steal away home. See HARRIS, AURAND. 
The violin of passing time. See 

OHARPENTIER, ARISTIDE-OHRISTIAH . 

ANDERSEN, HANS CHRISTIAN. 

The Emperor's new clothes. See 

MASTROVITO, ROSE MARIE. 
The Emperor's new clothes. See 
VACCA, MICHELE L. 

ANDERSON, JOHN R. 

The mill-wheel riders; a melodrama 
by Jonathan Anderson. 1 v. Two 
acts. © John R. Anderson; 190ct72; 
DU85047 . 

ANDERSON, JOHN W. 

Down home ups, by John KaSandra, pseud. 
Sheet. Monolog. © East/Memphis 
Music Corp.; 29Sep72; 027875- 
Love consultations, by John KaSandra, 
pseud. Sheet. Monolog. © East/ 
Memphis Music Corp.; 29Sep72; C27874. 

ANDERSON, JONATHAN. See ANDERSON, 
JOHN R. 

ANDERSON, RENATE FLEISCHER-. See 
FLEISCHER-ANDERSON, RENATE. 

ANDERSON, ROBERT. 

Solitaire & Double solitaire. New 
York, Random House. 85 p. NM: 
editorial revisions. © Robert 
Anderson; 13Mar72; DP8057. 

ANDERSON, ROBERT A. 

Up the stage over; original produc- 
tion under the title They don't 
shoot grammles. Franklin, Ohio, 
Eldridge Pub. Co. 56 P • Two acts. 
© Eldridge Pub. Co.; lSep72; DP8222. 



ANDORN, SIDNEY. 

Prediction poll. 2 sheets. Radio 
script. © Sidney Andorn; l4Sep72; 
027742. 

ANDRADE, DANIEL. 

Hank Williams' ghost; words & music. 
Sheet. © Daniel Andrade; 12Jul72; 
027397- 



ANDRASSY, SOPHIA. 

Emperor of San Francisco; a comedy- 
drama in two acts. 110 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 15Mar72, 
DU82712. NM: revisions. © Sophia 
Andrassy; 26Sep72; DU848l3 . 

ANDREWS, RAY. 

Confrontation, by Ray Andrews & Danny 
Hatch. 1 V. A musical play in 
3 acts. © Ray Andrews & Danny 
Hatch; l6Aug72; DU8446l. 

ANOUILH, JEAN. 

The orchestra (L'orchestre ) A play in 
one act; translated by Miriam John. 
Episode in the life of an author 
(Episode de la vie d'un auteur) A 
play in one act; translated by Miriam 
John. (In Anouilh, Jean. Seven 
plays. Vol.3 . New York, Hill 8: 
Wang. p. 185-210, 211-234) NM: 
translations. ® Jean Anouilh & 
Miriam John; 20Apr67; A364641. 

Seven plays. Vol. 3. New York, Hill 
& Wang. 279 p. (A Mermaid drama- 
book) Appl. author: Hill & Wang, 
Inc. NM: compilation. © Hill & 
Wang, Inc.; 20Apr67; A364639- 

Traveler without luggage (Le voyageur 
sans baggage) A play in three acts; 
translated by Luclenne Hill. Catch 
as catch can (La folre d'empoigne) 
A play in one act; translated by 
Luclenne Hill. (In Anouilh, Jean. 
Seven plays. Vol. 3. New York, Hill 
& Wang. p. 123-184, 255-279) NM: 
translations. © Jean Anouilh & 
Luclenne Hill; 20Apr67; A364640. 

APELOREN, CARMEN ELLEN. 

Adventures in Prooland; a fantasy 
for children by Ellen Donegan, 
pseud. 30 1. A play In 2 acts. 
© Carmen Apelgren; 26Jun72; DU841b8. 

APPLEGATE, JULIANNE . 

The merchant; a comedy by Plautus, 
adapted by Jullanne Gable, pseud. 
1 V. Two acts. © Jullanne Apple- 
gate; 30ct72; DU84887. 

AWLETON, VICTOR. 

Tom Swift and his greatest inven- 
tion. See JOHNSON, JAMES 
RICHARDS. 



APTOS FILM ENTERPRISES. 

Rip off. See HECKER, ROBERT. 

ARGENTO, DOMINIOK. 

Postcard from Morocco; an opera; music 
by Dorainick Argento, text by John 
Donahue. Boosey & Hawkes. 27 p. 
Libretto. © Boosey & Hawkes, Inc.; 
9Jun72; DP8116. 

The shoemakers' holiday; a ballad-opera 
based on the play by Thomas Dekker; 
adaptation & additional lyrics com- 
piled & written by John Olon, pseud, 
of John Olon Scrymgeour; music by 
Dominlck Argento. Boosey 5: Hawkes. 
59 p. Libretto. Appl. states prev. 
pub. 22Dec71, DP7894 . NM: adaptation 
& additional lyrics. © Boosey & 
Hawkes, Inc.; 29Sep72; DP8l45. 

ARIOSO PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

La boheme. See CLARK, NANETTE. 

The opera scene. See CLARK, NANETTE. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



129 



AEISTOPHANES . 
Acharnians. 



See LYON, BRET. 



ARNETT, WILLIAM CHRISTOPHER, JR. 
Sunny boy; an original screenplay. 
160 1, © William Christopher 
Arnett, Jr.j lDec72; DU85435. 



ARNOLD, MARION CHRISTOPHER. 

No pills for Mama. . 142 1. ■ A play in 
3 acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
26jun67, DU59045, NM: editorial 
revision. © Marion Christopher 
Arnold; 170ct72; DU85139. 



ARNOLD, NORMAN R. 
Occlusal treatment. 
SANFORD C. 



See PRUMKER, 



ARNOLD, RICHARD K. 

Call it Frisco. See POGARTY, 
FRANCIS X. 

ARONSON, PETER JEROME. 

Cato the younger; a dramatization & 
plausible elaboration of Plutarch's 
account of his life, in five acts. 
1 V. Appl. states prev. reg. & 
prev. pub. as Plutarch's lives. 
NM: dramatization. © Peter Jerome 
Aronson; 7Nov72; DU85198. 

AROUT, GABRIEL, pseud. See AROUTCHEFF, 
GABRIEL. 

AROUTCHEFF, GABRIEL. 

Qui; piece de Gabriel Arout, pseud. 
118 1. Two parts. © Gabriel Arout; 
5Sep72; DU84559. 

ARQUETTE, ROBIN S. 

One morning in May Mr. Thorndike met 
a ballerina; a play in three acts. 
1 V. © Robin S. Arquette; 120ct72; 
DU85027. ' 

ARRABAL, FERNANDO. 

Theatre IX. Le cell et la merde; 
La grande revue du XXe Slecle. 
C. Bourgois Editeur. [Paris] 
108 1. © Christian Bourgois; 
15Jun72; DFO-1897 . 

ARRIGHI, MEL. 

Satyr play; a play In two acts. 1 v. 
© Mel Arrlghl; 260ot72; DU85109. 

ARSENA, ROBERT. 

Crepitation U.S.A. 
GERARD v., JR. 



See WENDLE, 



ARTHUR, KAY LEE. 

The quick and the damned. 27 1. 

A play. © Kay Lee Arthur; 21Jun72; 
DU84113. 

ARTMANH, H. C. 

Don Gil von den gruenen Hosen. See 
WOCHINZ, HERBERT. 

ARVONIO, PATRICK HEYWOOD. 

Hangin' around; an ensemble for ten 
players. 8 1. A play. © Patrick 
Heywood Arvonlo; 27Jul72; DU84322. 

ASHTON, KERRY. 

The time soon cometh. 1 v. A musical 
play. Book & lyrics only. NM: text 
& additional lyrics. © Kerry Ashton; 
270ct72j DU85059. 

ASSIN, SALLY. 

Nowhere; a play. 48 1 . ® Sally 

Assln; lSep72; DU84606 . 
The sun and the shade; a play. 33 1. 
© Sally Assin; lSep72; DU84605 . 



ASSOCIATED PRODUCTIONS. 

Storyville; screenplay. 4l 1. 

© Associated Productions; 28jun72; 
DU84125. 



ASTArA, INC. 

How to use the Infinite power of 
spirit. See CHAMEY, ROBERT G. 

ATKINSON, ALAN. 

If Manhattan cost only 24 dollars, 
what do we owe for Puerto Rico? 
A television/motion picture script. 
32 1. © Alan Atkinson; 9Nov72; 
DU85218. 

ATTLES, THEODORE MICHAEL, JR. 

Duegle; white powder, black death; 

a screenplay by Theodore M. Attles II 
& Jessica L. Hollis. 76 1. 
© Theodore Michael Attles, Jr. & 
Jessica L. Hollis; l4jul72; DU84209. 
AUDIO CREATIONS. 

Black gold. See YETTER, CLIFFORD 
WAYKE. 

AUER, ELIZABETH. 

Val, Christie and the Indians; a musi- 
cal play in two acts. 1 v. Book 8c 
lyrics only. Appl. states prev. reg. 
21Sep71, DU81569. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Elizabeth Auer; 5Jul72; 
DU84085 . 

AUER, JAMES M. 

The city of light; a play in two acts. 
70 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
2Nov60, DU5198I. NM: revisions. 
© Jajnes M. Auer; l6jun72; DU84271. 

AUSTIN, DAVE, pseud. See DEWITT, DAVID 
AUSTIN. 

AUTRY, EWART A. 

Bible puppet plays, by Ewart A. & 
Lola M. Autry. Grand Rapids, Baker 
Book House. 133 p. © Baker Book 
House Co.; 19May72; A349628. 

AUTRY, LOLA. M. 

Bible puppet plays. See AUTRY, 
El'IART A. 

AXLEROD, DAVID, 

Dracula; a musical. Music by Sam 
Pottle, lyrics by David Axlerod, 
book by David Axlerod & Ronny 
Graham. 1 v. Three acts. Based 
on the novel by Bram Stoker. Book 
^ lyrics only. Appl. states prev. 
reg. NM: revisions. © David 
Axlerod; 13Nov72; DU85242 . 



AYE, RAYMON, pseud. 
RAYMOND A. 



See SMITH, 



AYERS, LARRY W. 

Let me be free; a play in five short 
acts. 89 1. © Larry W. Ayers; 
10NOV72; DU85257. 

AYOUB, JACK M. 

A treasury chess. Sheet. Speech. 
© Jack M. Ayoub; 24Aug72; C27654 . 

AYRES, EDMOND. 

Humoresque; a comedy in one act. 
36 1. © Edmond Ayres; 120ct72; 
DU84977 . 



B 



BCG & M & ASSOCIATES. 

Point in time series; radio commercial 
scripts. No. 601-607. 7 1. 
© BCG & M & Associates; 310ct72; 
027896. 

BABCOCK, WENDELL. 

The book of the Acts. 1 v. 

(Institute of Theological Studies 
recorded lecture series) Twenty- 
four lectures . © Outreach, Ino . ; 
22Dec72; C28156. 

BACCHUS PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Call of the devil cult. See GROSS, 
GERRY. 



BACHMANN, GUIDO. 

David und Jonathan; Komoedle in drei 
Akten. 126 1. © Reiss, A.G.; 
30Nov72; DU85417. 

BADOARA, GIACOMO. 

II rltorno d'Ulisse in patria. 
See MONTEVERDI, CLAUDIO. 

BAILEY, ANDREA. See BAILEY, P. ANDREA. 

BAILEY, ANGUS A., JR. 

The watchman. 96 1. A screenplay. 
© Angus A. Bailey, Jr.; 17Aug72; 
DU8447 1 . 

BAILEY, MICHAEL PATRICK. 

Chin up, America'. A nostalgic romp 
through the Great Depression. 
176 1. A musical play. Book & 
lyrics only. © Michael Patrick 
Bailey; 28jul72; DU84327. 

BAILEY, P. ANDREA. 

Challenges in the translating of 
Goethe's Iphlgenie auf Taurla; 
a talk. 19 1. © Andrea Bailey; 
20ct72; C27911. 

BAKER BOOK HOUSE CO. 

Bible puppet plays, gee AUTRY, 
EWART A. 

BAKER, ELLIOTT. 

Clark and Myrna; a comedy. 1 v. 
Two acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
13Sep71, DU81299. NM: revision 
S: additions. © Elliott Baker; 
500ct72; DU85155. 

BAKER, MAREATTA C. 

A candle for Christmas. 12 1. Script. 

© Mareatta C. Baker; 28jul72; 

C 27646 . 
A certain elf named Leni. 7 1. 

© Mareatta C. Baker; 21Aug72; 

C27810. 

BAKER, RON. 

The violin student; a television 
commercial for the Coca-Cola Co. 
Written by Ron Baker 8c Hal Trussell 
Versions 1 & 2. 3 1. From an 
original idea by Ron Baker. © Ron 
Baker & Hal Trussell; 19Au^2; 
DP8088. 
BAKER, RONALD. 

Skywalker. See HARRIS, HOWARD. 

BAiCER (WALTER H.) CO. 

Adrift with a myth. See JOHNSON, 

ALBERT . 
Advent. See HALL, MARY ELLA. 
A candle on the table. See CONE, 

PATRICIA CLAPP. 
Dear Gabby. See MARTENS, ANNE 

COULTER. 
Don't get sassy. See HELMS, C. L. 
An event at Ford's Theatre. See 

PARRINGTON, GLEN L. 
The grounded witch. See BLANCK, 

SARABETH. 
Growing young. See PAYTON, 

BLANCHE B. 
If I hold His hands in mine. See 

MARSH, JERI. 
Let my people go. See BASSAGE, 

HAROLD. 
Mrs. McWilllams and the lightning. 

See OLFSOM, L&IY. 
Plays for Readers' Theatre. See 

JOHNSON, ALBERT. 

A storm in the dorm. See DRAKE, 
J • D. 

Ten miles to Jericho. See REIMER 
EARL. ' 

To Josephine. See HEMDERSON, JERRY. 
BAL, H. KAIMU. 

The kahuna; a fantasy in three acts 
by H. Kaimu Bal & H. Lau Thomas. 
80 1. A musical play in 3 acts. 
Book & lyrics only. © H. Kaimu 
Bal & Helen L. Thomas; 28Ju172; 
DU 84197. 



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BALDWIN, JOSEPH B. 

Eagles, walking; a play. 1 v. Three 
acts. © Joseph B. Baldwin; 7Aug72; 
DU84447 . 

BALL, DAVID. 

An Italian straw hat; by Eugene 
Labiche & Marc-Michel; English 
version by David Ball & David 
Feldshuh. 154 1. A musical play 
in 5 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
MM: translation & adaptation. 
© David Ball & David Feldshuh; 
2Aug72; DU84190. 

BALL, VIRGINIA. 

Dental telephone techniques; tape- 
script no. 1-4. 8 V. © Medtech 
Corp., fictitious firm name of Far- 
east Medtech Corp.; 21Sep72; C27757 . 

BALUD PRODUCTIONS. 

Cinnamon. See KIMBRO, JOHN M. 

BALLARIN, RACHEL. 

Poor, poor dear, by Ruth Nichols, 
pseud. 128 1. ® Rachel Ballarin; 
8jun72; DP8047. 

BAMMAN, HENRY A. 

Target blue structural analysis kit. 
See HILDER, ROBERT P. 

BANCROPT-WHIMEY CO. 

U.S. cassettes. See LOUISELL, 
DAVID W. 

BAMDYKE, SYLVIA. 

The burial. Two acts. (In Jaw, 

summer 1972, p. 36-39) Appl . states, 
prev. reg. lSep70, DU78OO8. NM: 
revisions. © Sylvia Bandyke; 
12Aug72; DP8083. 

BANKS, CARL JAMES, JR. 

The jet airplane versus the human 
mind; speech prepared for oral 
delivery. Sheet. © Carl James 
Banks, Jr.; 50ct72; C27813. 

BANNERMAN, JULIUS. 

People. 25 1. Three acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Julius Bannerman; 
5Jan72; DP8105. 

BANYARD, EDMUND. 

One Friday in eternity; with songs by 
Edmund 8e Stephen Banyard & Peter 
Casey. [United Kingdom] Galliard. 
12 p. NM: dramatization, additions 
& music. © Galliard, Ltd.; lApr72; 
DFO-I9OO . 

BANYARD, STEPHEN. 

One Friday in eternity. See 
BANYARD, EDMUND. 



BA^AKA PRODUCTION'S. 
The pecpetrators. 
ABEL. 

BARBEAU, CLAYTON C. 
Dante and Beatrice. 
DONALD J. 



See JONES, S. 



See BARBEAU, 



BAPBEAU, DONALD J. 

Dante and Beatrice; screenplay based 
on the novel, Dapte, by Clfiyton C, 
Barbeau. 284 1. NM; dramatization, 
revisions & additions. ® Donald J. 
Barbeau; 27Nov7g; DU85624 , 



BARBOUR, THOMAS. 

Every minute of the day; with a 

specially written discussion guide 
by Elizabeth No land Jackson. New 
York, American Social Health Assn. 
28 p. © Thomas Barbour; lSep72; 
DP8133 . 

BARCUS, ALAN. 

Ell; a musical by Alan Barcus, Joe 
Mantegna, Jr. & John Paolettl. 
40 1. Two acts. Book & lyrics 
only. © Alan Barcus; 15Nov72; 
DU85205 • 



BARINGER, JOHN LEE, JR. 

Listen, my children. 1 v. A play. 
© John Baringer; llDec72; DU85512. 

BARNES, CLIVE. See 
BEST AMERICAN PLAYS. 

BARNES, DOROTHY BYERS . 

Of soul and integrity; a special 
Memorial Day program written for 
radio. 64 1. Script. © Dorothy 
Byers Barnes; 100ct72; C27892. 

BARNES, PETER. 

Honnl soit qui mal y pense; comedie 
baroque; version francaise de Claude 
Roy. [Paris] Gallimard. 125 p. 
(Theatre du monde entier) Two acts. 
© on translation; Editions Gallimard; 
260ot72; DFO-1923. 

BARNES, ROLF. 

Rat; a musical; book & lyrics by John 
Calene, music by Rolf Barnes. 1 v. 
Eleven scenes. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 5Jun70, DU77781. NM: text & 
music. © John Calene & Rolf Barnes; 
5Dec72; DU85420. 

BARNETT, ROBERT JAMES. 

A second time around, by Robert 

Barnett; story by Jacquln F. DeMoire. 
68 1. © Robert James Barnett; 
24Ju172; DU84280. 

BARON, PHILLIP H. 

The history of the human race. See 
MYER, SPENCER S., JR. 

BARRIE SOUND STUDIOS. 

Be your own bridge teacher. See 

ROWEN, CARLIN E. 
A bird's eye look at the Swiss team 

of four. See ROWEN, BETTY M. 
Bridge brain busters. See ROWEN, 

BETTY M. 
The weak two bid, negative double 

and the unusual no trump. See 

ROWEN, BETTY M. 

BARROWS, JUDITH. 

Squaw dance; a contemporary love story; 
an original screenplay by Judith & 
Robert Guy Barrows, 133 1. ® Robert 
Guy Barrows; 24oct72; DU85092. 

BARROWS, ROBERT GUY. 

The greaser; an original screenplay, 
130 1. © Robert Guy Barrows; 
240ct72; DU85085. 
Squaw dance. See BARROWS, JUDITH. 

BARRY, PHILIP JAMES. 

What ever happened to Kimchee Fook? 
A comedy in one act. 31 1- 
© Philip J. Barry; l8Aug72; DU84475 . 

BASEY, OLIVER MAJORIE. 

Up i-our sewer. iB 1. A play in 3 
acts. © Oliver Majorle Basey; 
240ct72; DU85094. 

BASS, STEPHEN W. 

The big dream; a musical comedy by 
Stephen W. Bass & Jacqueline Marise 
Nordin, 1 v. Two acts, Appl. 
states prev. reg. 20ct69, DU75'f-88. 
NM' revisions, © Stephen W, Bass & 
Jacqueline Marise Nordin; 27Nov72; 
DU85303 , 

BASSAGE, HAROLD. 

Let ray people' go! A choral drama. 
Boston, Baker's Plays. 21 p. 
(Baker's royalty plays) Book & 
lyrics only. © Walter H. Baker 
Co.; lAug72; DP8055. 

BATE, LUCY. 

The great sllkle of Sule Skerry. 

Includes lyrics & music for 1 song. 
(In Scripts, June 1972, p. 111-127) 
© Lucy Bate; 15Jun72 (in notice: 
1969); DP8219. 
Mary Hamilton; a Play^^" '0^=*^ ^ ^• 
© Lucy Bate; 27Nov72: DU85391. 



BATIE, JEAN MUSSER. 

King of eels; an allegory. 97 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Jean Musser 
Batie; 5Jul72; DU84091. 

BATTISTA, NED. 

Sir Jack! A musical play. Book by 
Jim Bernhard with Frank M. Young; 
music by Ned Battista; lyrics by 
Jim Bernhard. Two acts. Based on 
Henry IV, parts I & II by William 
Shakespeare. NM: additions 8c 
revisions. © Jim Bernhard, Ned 
Battista & Frank M. Young; 21Sep72; 
DU84657 . 

BAUM, L. FRANK. 

The Wizard of Oz. See MCGORMAN, 
JIM. 

BAUMER, MARIE E. 

The building. See HART, FREDERIC P. 

BAYAN, MATTHEW J. 

The dominant factor; screenplay. 
66 1. © Matthew J. Bayan; lAug72; 
DPB230 . 

BAZINET, CLAIRE, 

Behind the tree. 9 p, Appl, author: 
Arthur Meriwether, Inc., employer 
for hire. © Arthur Meriwether, 
Inc.; 25Apr72; DP8204, 

BEAIRD, JOHN RICHARD, 

Relations; story & screenplay. 

126 1. © John R. Beaird; llSep72; 
DU84676. 
Be AM, jr6U. 

Myths and tales of the Maoris. See 
FURLONG, INGRID. 

BEAEE, GEORGE, pseud. See HOLETS, 
GEORGE CARL. 

BEASLEY, JAMES M. 

The howling wind of the killing 

tree. See COCKBURN, JERALD LEE. 
So silent the singing guns. See 
COCKBURN, JERALD LEE. 

BEATY, DONALD E. 

Basic ET laboratory: an audio-tutorial 
program. 658 1. Script. © Bell Sc 
Howell Co.; 6Jul72; C27577 . 

BEAUMARCHAIS, PIERRE AUGUSTIN CAEON DE. 
Der tollste Tag. See TURRINI, PETER. 

B'ECHTEL, BARLENE ANN. 

A nation is born, the United States 
of America. See BECHTEL, GEORGE 
RANDALL. 

BECHTEL, GEORGE RANDALL. 

A nation is born, the United States 
of America. 44 1. © George Randall 
Bechtel & Darlene Ann Bechtel; 
l4jun72; DP81OO. 

BECKETT, PATRICIA I. JOHNSON. 

Mrs. Carrlngton's erosion; a drama in 
two acts. 27 1. © Patricia I. 
Johnson a.k.a, Patricia Beckett; 
29Dec72; DU85604 , 

BECKETT, SAMUEL. 

Not I. 1 V, A play. © Samuel 

Beckett; 13Sep72; DU84702. 
Once. See ROYCE, GEOFFREY SlffiNSON. 

BECKLER, MICHAEL. 

The hallway; by Michael Beckler & 
Macey Levin. 4 1. A play. 
© Michael Beckler & Macey Levin; 
3IJUI72; DU 84337 • 

BEERBOHM, MAX. 

Suleika. See ETRA, JONATHAN. 

BEHAR, ROBERT N. 

Class of '66. 95 1- A screenplay. 
© Robert N. Behar a.k.a. Joshua 
Roberts; llSep72; DU84674. 



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BEIM, NORMAN. 

The dark comer of an empty room. 
67 1. Two acts. © Norman Beim; 
3Aug72; DU84378. 

BELASCOj JACK. 

The brothers Jackson. 1st rough 

draft, Sept. 1, 1972. 93 1. A play. 
® Jack Belasco; 22Nov72; DU8535I. 

BELITT, BEN. 

Splendor and death of Joaquin 
Murieta. See NERUDA, PABLO. 

BELL, AMY R. 

Machlavelll; a play In two acts 5r 
seventeen scenes. 1 v. © Amy Bell; 
260ct72; DU85083, 

BELL & HOWELL CO. 

Basic ET laboratory. See BEATY, 
DONALD E. ^ 

BELL, JESS, pseud. See YORK, R. B. 

BELLITTO, NICHOLAS. 

Masks; a play. I09 1. Three acts. 
© Nicholas Bellltto; 26Jul72; 
DU84510 . 
Ronnie Revolution; a three act passion 
farce. II5 1. © Nicholas Bellitto; 
18Ju172; DU84227. 

BELLOW, SAUL. 

The last analysis. (In Broadway's 
beautiful losers, by Marilyn Stasio. 
New York, Delacorte Press, 
p. 177-237) NM: editorial revisions. 
© Saul Bellow; 100ct72; A382665. 

BELTON, VESPER. 

Cold reality. 1 v. A screenplay. 
© Vesper Belton; 17Nov72; DU85315. 

BELVILLE, LANCE SHERMAN. 

I am not; screenplay. 155 "I- 

Based on a story idea by Nina S. 
Klymowska & Lance Belville. © Lance 
Sherman Belville; 13Jul72; DU84l77 . 

BELWIH-MILLS PUB. CORP. 
Come, good shepherd. See 
VERKOUTEREN, J. ADRIAN. 

BENDEROTH, ALEXANDER EDDISON, JR. 
Brainchild; a screenplay by Mick 

Benderoth, pseud. 155 1- © Alexan- 
der Eddison Benderoth, Jr.; 240ct72; 
DU85090 . 

BENDEROTH, MICK, pseud. See BENDEROTH, 
ALEXANDER EDDISON,' JR. 

BENEDICT, STEWART H. 

Red; adapted from the French of Jules 
Renard. 46 1. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 13Jun69, DU74553. NM: revi- 
sion. © Stewart H. Benedict; 100ct72; 
DU84990. 

BENENSON, THOMAS, 

Black Saesar; a screenplay, 155 1. 
© Thomas Benenson; 13Npv72; DU85246, 

BENEST, GLENN. 

Broken voices; a three act play. 
61 1, © Glenn Benest; 5Dec72; 
DU85484 . 
On and on John, on and on; a three 
act play. 24 1 . © Glenn Benest; 
13Jun72; DU84270 . 



BENJAMIN, pseud, 
BENJAMIN. 



See GOLDSTEIN, 



BENJAMIN Sc POT, INC. 

The grumpiest man. See GOLDSTEIN, 
BENJAMIN. 

BENJAMIN, JERRY. 

Blue automobile horns; a play in three 
parts. Pt.l, 23 1, © Jerry 
Benjamin; 19Jul72; DU84240. 



BENJAMIN, LEE, 

Spittin' image; shooting script for 
an original motion picture; from an 
original idea by Richard M. Dixon, 
1st draft, 133 1, Appl, author: 
Richard M, Dixon, Inc , © Richard M. 
Dixon, Inc.; 25Aug72; DU84539. 

BENNET, NiARTHA. 

Keep your teeth in tune; script by 
Martha Bennet, adapted for marion- 
ettes by Sally Sellers Hayes, 
11 1. Includes music & lyrics for 
1 song, © Women's Auxiliary to 
the Cincinnati Dental Society; 
17N0V72; DU85290, 

BENNETT, ISADORA. See REED, ISADORA 
BENNETT , 

BENNETT, JOHN. 

Kidnapped in London. 
TIMOTHY. 



BERNS, NORMAH. 

The Swedish connection. 
VrERTHEIM, RONALD. 



See 



See MASON, 



BENNINGS, JOHN. 

Skin deep; lyric of song. Sheet. 

© John Bennlngs; l6Jun72; C27384. 

Soul brother or sold brother. Sheet, 

© John Bennlngs; l4Aug72; C27598. 

BENTKOVER, JACOB. 

Something out of life; an original 
screenplay, 121 1, Appl. states 
prev. reg, as stage play 50ct70, 
DU78262. NM: adaptation, additions 
& revisions, © Jacob Bentkover; 
200ct72; DU85065, 

BEREA COLLEGE, BEREA, KY . 

Deferred giving reference guide. 
3 1. Lecture. © Berea College; 
17JU172; C27442. 

BERGEN, WILLIAM ANDREW. 

Friends and enemies. 52 1. A play 
in 2 acts. © William Andrew Bergen; 
I60ct72; DU84957. 
BERGERj DANA. 

Rip's new Winkle [i.e. wrinkle] 
See REPPUCCl, ARNOLD. 

BERGER, JAMIE. 

The elf who couldn't stop dancing. 
See STEPHENSON, LUCY CHASE. 

BERLAND, HOWARD. 

Bobby and the sky-robot; a marionette 
play for children in three acts. 
1 V, Book & lyrics only, © Howard 
Berland; 24Aug72; DU84403, 

BERLIN, JOYCE E. 

The redemption of Brockhurst Tilly; 
a comedy. 48 1. A screenplay. 
Book only. © Joyce E. Berlin; 
31JU172; DU84195. 

BERLINER, OTTO A, 

The native alien; screenplay by Otto 
Berliner & Rob Narke. 23 1 , © Otto 
Berliner & Rob Narke; l4Sep72; 
DU84708, 

BERMAN, MARK. 

Let's play chess; a play, 5I !• 
© Mark Berman; 5Deo72; DU85453. 

BERNARD, KENNETH, 

Auction. 53 1. A play, © Kenneth 

Bernard; 10Aug72; DU84495, 
The magic show of Dr. Ma-gico. 43 1, 

A play. ® Kenneth Bernard; 120ct72; 

DU84985 . 
Mr. G./ on T.V. 30 1, A play, 

© Kenneth Bernard; 120ct72; DU84984 . 

BERNARD, PAUL. 

Father Glory; a screenplay, 450 1, 
© Paul Bernard; 21Jul72; DU84253, 

BERNARD, RITA. See EASTON, RITA BERNARD, 

BERMHARD, JIM, 

Sir Jack, See BATTISTA, NED, 



BERRY, WARREN J. 

Ready, as you are. 59 1. A musical 
play in 2 acts. Book & lyrics 
only. ©Warren J. Berry; 40ct72; 
DU84801 , 

BERT, NORMAN A, 

Jeremiah of flnathoth. 105 1, A 
play in 4 parts, © Norman A. Bert; 
llSep72; DU84682, 

BEST AMERICAN PLAYS. Sixth series, 
1963-1967, Edited by John Gassner & 
Clive Barnes; with an introd . & 
prefaces to the plays by Clive Barnes. 
New York, Crown Publishers, 594 p. 
NM: pref., introd. S- text. © Crown 
Publishers, Inc.; 28jul71; A343336, 

BETHEA, KAY. 

Tom Sawyer; a musical; based on The 
adventures of Tom Sawyer, by Samuel 
Clemens. Thirteen scenes. NM: 
dramatization & additions. © Kay 
Bethea; 100ct72; DU8494o. 

BETHEL COLLEGE MENNONITE CHURCH, 
NORTH NEWTON, KAN. 

Peter's denial. See PREHEIM, LYUS. 
ed. ^' 

BEVANS, MARVIN JULES. 

What about love. Pandora? A play in 
two acts with prologue, epilogue, 
music & dance. 1 v. Book & lyrics 
only, © Marvin Jules Bevans; 
60ct72; DU84843, 

BBVINGTON, DAVID. See 
THE MACRO PLAYS. 

BIBLE, M.T. 

Alive. See MADDOX, HUGH, ed. 

BIE, PETER BRADFORD. 

Ransom; a screenplay by Jerry Rose, 
pseud., & Geoff Wong, 66 1. 
© Geoffrey P, Wong & Peter Bradford 
Bie a.k.a. Jerry Rose; lNov72; 
DP8213. 

BIELLA, ARNOLD. 

The dancing princesses; a play in 
three acts and five scenes. 24 1. 
© Arnold Blella; l,8Sep72; DU84740, 

BIERMAN, JAMES H. 

Caesar Antichrist. See JAREY, ALFRED. 

BINION, RUDOLPH, 

Hitler's concept of Lebensraum: the 
psychological basis, 7 1- Lecture, 
© Rudolph Binion; 15Dec72; C28107 , 

BINTZ, DOROTHY JARRETT. 

Curly Raccoon, a leprechaun and St. 

Patrick's Day. 4 1, © Dorothy 

Jarrett Bintz; 13Nov72; C27946. 
Curly Raccoon, an owl and Halloween, 

31. © Dorothy Jarrett Blntz: 

13NOV72; C27948, 

Curly Raccoon, Papa and an old Easter 
rabbit, 61, ® Dorothy Jarrett 
Bints; 13Nov72; C27951. 
Curly Raccoon, Papa and report card 

day. 4 1, © Dorothy Jarrett 

Blrttz; 13Nov7a; C27949. 
Curly Raccoon, Papa and Thanksgiving 

Day. 51. © Dorothy Jarrett 

Bintz; 13Nov72; C27947, 
Curly Raccoon, Papa and the Fourth of 

July, 81. © Dorothy Jarrett 

Bintz; 13NOV72; C27945 , 
Curly Raccoon, Papa and Valentine's 

Day, 51, © Dorothy Jarrett Bintz; 

13NOV72; C27950, 



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HALBIRD PUBLICATIONS, INC. 



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BIRINGER, JOHN CLAUDE. 

The Ogungo sequence; a comedy In 
three acts. 150 1. A musical 
play. Book & lyrics only. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 5Jan72, DU82l47 . 
NM: additions & revisions. © John 
Claude Birlnger; 31Aug72; DU84523 . 
The residence of Miss Dellasandra Dill; 
a one-act play. 26 1. © John Claude 
Biringer; 31Aug72; DU84588. 

BlRlilBAUM, HAROLD F. 

The Prometheus trilogy. See BIRNBAUM, 
RUTH P. 

BIRNBAUM, RUTH F. 

The Prometheus trilogy, by Ruth F. 
Birnbaum & Harold F. Blrnbaum. 
1 V. Three plays. Contents: 
Prometheus bound . --Prometheus 
unbound. --Prometheus firebearer. 
MM: adaptation, translation & 
additions. ©Ruth F. Birnbaum & 
Harold P. Birnbaum; 50ct72; DU84803 . 



BISAGNA, CARY. . 

A.K.A. Reebs and The Kid; an original 

screenplay by Cary Bisagna & Daniel 

Loewenthal. 101 1 . ® Cary Bisagna 

& Dan Loewenthal; llSep72; DU84683 . 

BISCHAK, LYWH. 

An overpopulation of gods; an original 
play in one act. 34 1 . © Lynn 
Bischak; 25Aug72; DU84535 • 

BISKIK, MIRIAM. 

The enchanted shirt. 9 p. Three 
scenes. Appl. author: Arthur Meri- 
wether, Inc., employer for hire. 
© Arthur Meriwether, Inc.; l5Aug72; 
DP8202. 

BLACK, ARNOLD. 

Fun house: a Victorian carnival. See 
MCGONIGLE, ANN. 

BLACK, BILL. See BLACK, WILLIAM N. 



BLACK, JACK. 

No further consent. 73 1- A play In 
3 acts. © Jack Black; 24jul72; 
DU84285. 

BLACK, M. 

Daybreak on the River Styx; a drama 
in one act. 4? 1. © M, Black; 
29NOV72; DU85'*07. 
Perishable; a drama in one act. 

50 1. © M. Black; 29Aug72; DU84572. 



BLACK, WILLIAM H. 

A bird in the hand is worth two. 
GEMMELL, JAMES L. 



See 



BLACKMAN, BRANDON RICHARDSON. 

The happy pick-up. 91 1- Screenplay. 

© Brandon Richardson Blackman; 

SOSep72; DU84753. 
Shadow on a wall; an original 

screenplay. Il8 1. © Brandon 

Richardson Blackman; 3Jul72; DU84057 ■ 

BLACKSTONE, SIDNEY. 

Zipskins or spouses are louses, by 
Jake Speer, Jr., pseud. 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Sidney Black- 
stone; 190ct72; DU8505Q. 

BU6KST0NE, WARREN J. \ 
Abelard. See BLEIWAS, M0RRI.5. 

BLACKWELDER, JO ANNE G. 

Blood in a cherub's eye. See 

BLACKWELDER, STEPHEN M. 
The siblings. See BLACKWELDER, 
STEPHEN MYRON. 



BLACKWELDER, STEPHEN M. 

Blood in a cherub's eye; or. The 

ram's head. A screenplay by Steph- 
en & Jo Anne G. Blackwelder, origi- 
nal story by Stephen Blackwelder. 
122 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 
NM: 80^ dialog & description 
changes, addition of characters & 
scenes. © Stephen M. Blackwelder 
& Jo Anne G. Blackwelder; 2Nov72; 
DU85174. 

BLACKWELDER, STEPHEN MYRON. 

The siblings; original story & screen- 
play by Stephen & Jo Anne G. Black- 
welder. 137 1- © Stephen Myron 
Blackwelder & Jo Anne G. Blackweld- 
er; 13N0V72; DU85291. 

BLACKWELL, CHARLES. 

The kennel, 89 1. Screenplay, 
©Yeah, Inc.; l8sep72; DU84738. 

BLAIR, FREDERIC, pseud. See BLAISE, 
FREDERIC R. 

BLAISE, FREDERIC R. 

Peace; Professor; By Frederic Blair, 
pseud. 1 V. A musical play in 
3 acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Frederic R. Blaise; 21Jul72; 
DU84157 . 

BLAIVAS, MARILYN. 

Thank you. Momma; a comedy with music. 

1 V. Two acts. Book & lyrics only. 
© Marilyn Blalvas; 100ct72; DU8484l . 

BLAKE, ELIZABETH. 

Adam and Even; with a specially writ- 
ten discussion guide by Carmel 
Carrington Marr. New York, Plays 
for Living. 28 p. © Elizabeth 
Blake; 190ct72; DP82l4. 

BLAKE, ETHAN, pseud. See FIELD, JANLEN. 

BLANCK, SARA BETH. 

The grounded witch, by Sarabeth Blanck 
& Dona Hyde. Boston, Baker's Plays. 
15 p. (Baker's plays for amateurs) 
Appl. author: Walter H. Baker Co., 
employer for hire. © Walter H. 
Baker Co.; l4Aug72; DP8077 • 

BLEIWAS, MORRIS. 

Abelard; book & lyrics by Warren 

Blackstone, music by Morris Blelwas. 

2 V. A play in 2 acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Warren J. Blackstone 
& Morris Blelwas; 7Dec72; DU855IO. 

BLEKICKI, KENNETH C. 

We remain unchanged; book by Richard 
C. Gougler, music & lyrics by 
Kenneth C. Bleklcki. 1 v. A play. 
© Richard C. Gougler & Kenneth C. 
Blekicki; 4Aug72; DU84384. 

BLINN, WILLIAM. 

Brian's song; screenplay. New York, 
Bantam Books. 119 P- (Bantam 
pathfinder editions, NP7544) 
© Columbia Pictures Industries, 
Inc.; 5Sep72; DP8183. 

BLOCK, ARTHUR L. 

Young Martin; a new musical play. 
1 v.- © Arthur L. Blook; 29Dec72; 
DU8566I . 

BLOCK, RUTH. 

Cradle in the apple tree; a play. 
107 1, Three acts. © Ruth Block; 
130ct72; DU84994. 

BLOOM, MURRAY TEIGH. 

Violence in America. See GREENBERG, 
SELMA. 



BLOOMBERG, BEVERLY ANNE. 

Ostrich; a play In three acts. 91 1. 
© Beverly Anne Bloomberg & Sally 
Michele Bloomberg; lljul72; DU84l4l, 



BLOOMBERG, 
Ostrich. 
ANNE. 



SALLY MICHELE. 
See BLOOMBERG, BEVERLY 



BLOOMFIELD, KENNETH. 

Bennte's story. 3 !• Monolog. 
© Kenneth Bloorofield; 24nov72; 
028009 . 

BLUE BOOK MUSIC. 

Introduction. See OWENS, ALVIS E., 
JR. 



BLUMSTEIN, REED T. 

Autumn tea. 6 1. A play. © Reed T. 
Blumstein; 7Nov72; DU85136. 

BOB JONES UHIVERSITY, GREENVILLE, S.C. 
For works claimed by the Bob Jones 
University, Greenville, S.C. See 
PAISLEY, IAN R. K. 

BOBROW, MORRIS . 

Jealous mistress; a musical comedy. 
1 v. Two acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 80ct71, DU8l499. NM: 1 new 
song & revisions. © Morris Bobrow: 
17Aug72 (in notice: 1971); DP8117. 

BOFPEY, DAVID BARNES. 

The velveteen rabbit; script, music 
& lyrics by Barnes Boffey & Paul 
Pilcher, additional music & arrange- 
ments by Bob Love. 1 v. A musical 
play in 2 acts. Based on the story 
by Margery Williams. © Paul S. 
Pilcher & Barnes Boffey; 13Dec72; 
DU8547O. 

BOGGS, ROBERT F. 

Captain Cork, space ranger; an original 
screenplay by Robert F. Boggs & 
William Sachs. 107 1. © Robert F. 
Boggs & William Sachs; 240ct72; 
DU85095 • 

BOHEMIAN CLUB, SAN FRANCISCO. 
Call it Frisco. See POGAETY, 
FRANCIS X. 

BOIKO, CLAIRE. 

Plays and programs for boys and girls; 
a collection of thirty royalty-free, 
one-act plays for young players. 
Boston, Plays, Inc. 306 p. NM: 
compilation, with adaptation & revi- 
sion. © Claire Bolko; 14Nov72; 
A386446 . 

BOLLOW, LUDMILLA. 

The beach club. 39 1 • A play. 

© Ludmllla Bollow; llJul72; DU84l40. 

BOND/MOORE CORP. 

Snare. See MOORE, A. ROY. 

BOND, RALEIGH. 

Another evening with Walter Cronkite; 
a three act comedy. 1 v. © Raleigh 
Bond; 170ct72; DU85032. 
The buttered side; a comedy in three 
acts. 1 V. Appl. states prev. 
reg. l6Dec68, DU73132- NM'- addi- 
tions & revisions. © Raleigh Bond; 
lAug72; DU84518. 

BONO, HORATIO L. , JR. 

Wicked children; a musical drama in 
two acts by Ray Bono. 2 v- 
© Ray Bono; l8Aug72; DU84476. 

BONO, RAY. See BONO, HORATIO L. , JR. 

BONZEL, HAZEL. 

Dominique. See WALDHERK, MARK. 



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BOdSEY 4 HAl^fKES MUSIC PUBLISHERS, Ltt). 
Der Besuch der alten Dame. See 

EINEM, GOTTFRIED VON. 
La fee et le cultlvateur. See 

TCHEREPNIN, ALEXANDER. 
Postcard from Morocco. See ARGENTO, 

DOMINICK. 
The shoemakers' holiday. See ARGENTO, 
DOMINICK. 
Taverner. See DAVIES, PETER 
MAXWELL. 

BOOTH, ANTHONY. 

The trial; a play for women. London, 
New York, S. French. 29 p. 
(French's acting edition) ® Samuel 
French, Ltd.; 8Sep72; DFO-igiO. 

BORETZ, ALLEN. 

Loner. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Allen Boretz; 5Dec725 DU85451. 

BOROP, NILES ALFRED, III. 

Christianity as easy as? A one-act 
musical. 3 1. Book only. © Nlles 
Alfred Borop III; 100ct72; DU848W. 

BORROWDALE, KENNETH E. 

Custer's last stand. 365 1. Screen- 
play. © Kenneth E. Borrowdale; 
27N0V72; DU85397. 

BORTNICK, BARRIE D. 

Chances; a musical drama by Barrle D. 
Bortnick & Robert Pilato. 1 v. Two 
acts. ® Barrle D. Bortnick & Robert 
Pilato; 19Jun72; DU84o69. 

BOSQUE, JOSEPH, 

The scourge of Scrubby Vermin; or, 
Another ace in the holej or, All's 
well that ends. By Joseph Bosque, 
Greg Dart & Marian Larson. 44 1. 
A musical play in 3 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Joseph Bosque, Greg 
Dart & Marian Larson; 29Sep72; 
DU84777 . 

BOSTON, L. M. 

The horned man; or. Whom will you send 
to fetch her away? A full-length 
play. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 
69 p. Two acts. Appl. states 
prev. pub. I97O. KM: production 
notes & revisions. © L. M. Boston; 
130ct72; DP8208. 

BOSTON, L. M, See BOSTON, LUCY M. 

BOSTON, LUCY M. 

The hoj-ned man; or, Vhom will you 
send to fetch her away? London, 
Faber & Faber. 98 p. Two acts. 
® L. M. Boston; lJun70; DF2159. 

BOSTON, ROBERT M. 

The deadly alcohol: methanol. 7 1. 
Lecture. © Robert M. Boston; 
28jul72; C27689. 

BOUCK, BRUCE SEDDON. 

I like your style. Sheet. © Bruce 
Seddon Bouck; 8Sep72; C27652. 

BOURfiOIS, CmiSTIAN. 

Theatre IX. See ARRABAL, FERNANDO. 

BOVASSO, JULIA ANNE. 

Schubert's last serenade; a play in 
one act by Julie Bovasso. 23 1. 
© Julia Bovasso; 2Aug72; DU84373. 

BOWEK, ROBERT D. 

The trial of man. I v, A musical 
play In 3 acts. Book & lyrics 
only. © Robert D. Bowen; 14Nov72; 
DU85228, 

BOZEMAN, AUDREW LEE, JR. 

Cat; a screenplay. 1 v. © Andrew 
Lee Bozeman, Jr.; 20ot72; DU84872. 



BRADBURY, KENNETH W. 

Who is Henrietta Hoover and why is she 
saying those terrible things about 
me? A musical melodrama. 1 v. 
Three acts. © Kenneth W. Bradbury; 
23Aug72; DU845I5. 

BRADFORD, BENJAMIN. 

Charcoals and pastels; plays and 
sketches. Vol.1. Plotters; Roy's 
letters; Rehearsal. Houston, Edge- 
moor Pub. Co. 69 p. © Benjamin 
Bradford; 15Jun72; A356798. 

BRADLEY, STEVEN. 

The preacher. 11 1. A play in 6 
scenes. © Steven Bradley; 29Dec72; 
DU85665 . 

BRADSHAW, MELVIN DOUGLAS. 

The tragedy of Ulysses S. Grant III; 
5-act play by Douglas Bradshaw 
(pseud., Shaw'b Songhai) 128 1. 
© Melvin D. Bradshaw; 19Jul72; 
DU84ll8. 

BRADY, JAMES A. 

The witches night; a play in one act 
by Emily, pseud. 1 v. From Tales 
of the banshee flight. © James 
Brady; 26jun72; DU84277 . 

BRANCALEONE, JIM. 

Adam. See SCALFONE, JIM. 

BRANCH, WILLIAM B. 

What is man. See INSTITUTE FOR 
RELIGIOUS & SOCIAL STUDIES, NEW 
YORK. 

BRANDWEN, BRUCE M. 

A night out; a hew television 

program. 3 1. © Bruce M, Brandwen; 
20NOV72; 028081. 

BRATTENSBORG, HENRY J. 

Human feelings and self-esteem. 22 1. 
Tape script. © Henry J. Brattens- 
-borg; 5Jun72; C27392. 

BRAWER, RON. 

Mick Biscuit is dead; a play in two 
acts. 62 1, © Ron Drawer; 6Dec72; 
DU85456. 

BRECHT, BERTOLT. 

Collected plays. Vol. 5. Edited by 
Ralph Manheim & John Willett. Life 
of Galileo; The trial of Lucullus; 
Mother Courage and her children. 
1st American ed. New York, Pantheon 
Books. 46? p. (Bertolt Brecht: 
plays, poetry & prose) Appl. author: 
Stefan S. Brecht, employer for hire. 
NM: translations, notes, compilation, 
editorial matter & introd. © Stefan 
S. Brecht; l6Mar72; A354721. 



BRECHT, STEFAN S. 
Collected plays. 
BERTOLT. 



See BRECHT, 



BREEDLOVE, JIMMY. 

Go tell the world. 2 v. A musical 
play in 3 acts, © Jimmy Breedlove; 
20Sep72; DU84756. 

BRESCIO, MARIA. 

Hi Mom, what's new! By Maria Brescio, 
Isabel Kaskel !c Camllle E. McCabe. 
250 1. A musical play in 2 acts. 
Book only. © Maria Brescio, Camllle 
E. McCabe & Isabel Kaskel; l60ct72; 
DU84943. 

BREUER, SANDRA SANDERS. 

Three plays: El enano. The bad 
wishers. The wonderful mirror. 
Based on Charles J. Finger's 
Tales from silver lands. New 
York, Scholastic Book Services. 
47 p. NM: adaptations. 
© Scholastic Magazines, Inc.; 
15NOV72; A390b44. 



BREWER, GARY R. 

We can't keep on meeting this way. 
See HUPFSTUTLER, JAMES C. 

BREWSTER, B. E., pseud. See CODLING, 
BESS. 

BREWSTER, TOWNSEND TYLER. 

The main-chance rag; adapted from La 
question d' argent, by Alexandre 
Dumas, f lis . 1 v. A play. In- 
cludes lyrics for 1 song. © Town- 
send Tyler Brewster; l4Dec72; 
DU85592. 

BRICKER, SKIP. 

The elf who couldn't stop dancing. 
See STEPHENSON, LUCY CHASE. 

BRIDGES, JAMES. 

How many times did you see East of 
Eden? A screenplay. 171 1. 
Appl. author; Skyewiay Productions, 
Inc., employer for hire. © Skye- 
wiay Productions, Inc.; 23Aug72; 
DU84510. 

BRIGGS, JOSEPH WILSON. 

The Jerusalem happening; a folk opera. 
1 V. © Joseph Wilson Brlggs; 
8Deo72; DU85472. 

BRILANT, ARTHUR M. 

Clue! A murder mystery. 111 1, 
A play in 11 scenes. © Arthur M. 
Brilant & Edna R. Brilant; 50ct72! 
DU85288, 

BRILANT, EDNA R. 

Clue. See BRILANT, ARTHUR M. 

BRINEY, PAUL W. 

Love conglomerate style; a comedy. 
77 1. Two acts. © Paul VJ. Brlney; 
27Sep72; DU84855. 

BRISTOL, LUANNE F. 

On site safety meetings. See 
UNITED SAFETY SERVICES. 

BRISTOL, WILLIAM R. 

On site safety meetings. See 
UNITED SAFETY SERVICES. 

BROADMAN FILMS. 

Administering the Bible teaching pro- 
gram. See SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVEN- 
TION. SUNDAY SCHOOL BOARD. 
Tlie Baptist faith and message. See 
SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION. SUNDAY 
SCHOOL BOARD. 
China: a Baptist perspective. See 

CAUTHEN, BAKER JAMES. 
New horizons in adult Sunday school 
work. See RODGERS, HAZEL. 
Planning Christmas observance. See 

DILDAY, RUSSELL, JR. 
Strengths for special times. See 
SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION. 
SUNDAY SCHOOL BOARD. 
What I believe about the second 
coming. See CRISlvELL, W. A. 

BROADMAN PRESS. 

Devotional dramas for Christmas. See 

MILLER, SARAH WALTON. 
The epistle to the Galatians. See 
SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION. 
SUNDAY SCHOOL BOARD. 
Joy. See SEABOUGH, ED. 

BR6CC0LI, DANA. 

La cava. See STEWART, MAURICE. 

BROCKET!, JOSEPH. 

Sparrows don't drop candy wrappers. 
See MARTIR, DEAN. 

BROD, FREDA M. 

Green apples. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Freda M. Brod; 7Sep72; DU8466l. 

BRODIE, GERSON H. 

Jonathan- Ben Carmi; a play in nine 
acts. 1 V. © Gerson H. Brodie; 
100ct72; DU84903. 



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BRODY, SELMA R. 

For works by Selma R. Brody See 
MILLER, CLAIRE G. 

BROIDE, GLORIA. 

Rotunda; a musical comedy in two 
acts; book & lyrics by Gloria 
Broide & Robert LeRoy Ellis, music 
by Robert LeRoy Ellis. 1 v. Book 
& lyrics only. Appl. states prev. 
reg. lJun72, DU85681. NM: addition- 
al lyrics. © Gloria Broide & Robert 
LeRoy Ellis; 3Jan73; DU85657 . 

BROMBERG, CONRAD. 

From whom it may concern; a one-act 
play. 13 I. ® Conrad Bromberg; 
l60ctY2; DU85018. 
The video project; original story & 
screenplay. II8 1. Based on an 
idea by Everett Aison. © Conrad 
Bromberg & Everett Aison; 29Sep72; 
DU84852 . 

BROME, GEORGE OLIVER. 

Another man's poison; a coraedy-'in 
placeB--but an otherwise sad play. 
108 1. Appl, statues p.*t-13, 45-6a 
prev, reg. as' Three faces of Gerald- 
ine, 16Nov70, 427<t4. ® George 011- 
verBroBte; 27Nov72; DU85399, 

BROME, ROBERT. 

The black cat, by Edgar Allan Poe; 
adapted as a one-act play by Robert 
Brome. Franklin, Ohio, Eldridge 
Pub. Co. 22 p. (Eldridge popular 
one-act playscripts) NM: dramatic 
adaptation. © Robert Brome; lSep72; 
DP8225 . 

BROOK, EUGENE. 

Joe the grinder; screenplay. 87 1. 
© Eugene Brook; 29Nov72; DU85505. 

BROOKE, D. D. , pseud. See ROGERS, DAVID. 

BROOKS, ANITA B. 

Stuck in sin (A spiritual tar baby) 
1 V. Sermon, © Anita B. Brooks; 
24nov72j C27998. 

BROOKS, COURTAHEY. 

Robin Hood. See ALLEN, RICHARD K. 

BROOKS, RICHARD E. 

The movie crazies; an original screen- 
play. 141 1. © Richard E. Brooks; 
18Ju172; DU84226. 

BROS, PETER K. 

Four lectures on the effects of cooling 
bodies. 120 1. © Peter K. Bros; 
26Sep72; C27794. 

BROWDER, THOM DARNELL. 

Good morning, Mr. Sunshine; a play in 
two acts by August Darnell, pseud. 
165 1. © Thorn Darnell Browder; 
29NOV72; DU85410. 

BROWN, DELOSS STODDARD, IV. 

Early winter is the hardest time for 
the landlord. 1 v. A play in J, 
acts. © Deloss Stoddard Brown IV; 
26Dec72; DU85647. 

BROWN, JAMES. 

Get on the good foot. Pt.I-II. 
By James Brown, Fred Wesley, Joe 
Mims . 2 sheets. © Dynatone 
Pub. Co., Inc.; 25Jul72; C27410. 
Moon man. See TYSON, CLAY. 

BROWN, JIMMY. 

They killed another bandit; original 
screenplay written by Jimmy Brown 
& Dick O'Connell; produced & 
directed by William Garroni. 56 1 . 
© Cinerex Associates, Inc.; 27Jul72; 
DU84254 . 



BROWN, JOSEPH FRANCIS. 

The Bermuda hole. Il4 1. Screenplay. 
© Joseph Francis Brown; 30ct72; 
DU84890 . 

BROWN LITERARY BOARD. See BROWN 
UNIVERSITY. LITERARY BOARD. 

BROWN, LOUIS GARDNER, JR. 

Donna Grey, 33 1. A play in 15 
scenes. ® Louis G. Brown, Jr.; 
22NOV72; DU85346. 

BROWN, MURRAY. 

Hamlet and Ophelia; a play from Shake- 
speare's complete works. Berkeley, 
Calif., printed by North Campus Copy 
Center. 67 p. Five acts. NM: dra- 
matization & compilation. © Murray 
Brown; 23May72; DP8169. 

BROWN, RICHARD KENNEDY. 

The game's the thing; a play about 
tennis. 85 1. ©Richard Kennedy 
Brown; 6Sep72; DU84522. 

BROWN, RONALD M. 

Interesting times; lyrics, Sid Frank; 
music, Ron Brown. 1 v. A musical 
play. © Sidney A. Frank & Ronald M. 
Brown; 29Dec72; DU85656. 

BROWN, SHELLY SLIM, pseud. See 
HENSON, SHELDON JAMES. 

BROWn, STEPHEN MARK. 

The contrast. See PIPPIN, DONALD W. 

BROWn UNIVERSITY. LITERARY BOARD. 
See 
THREE PLAYS. 

BROWNE, CHRISTOPHER STEPHEN. 

Chains of paper, by Hakim Sulaiman 
Malik, pseud. 26 1. A play. 
© Christopher Stephen Browne; 
29Sep72; DU84770. 

BROMMING, DOLPH. See BROWITING, JOHN 
E., JR. 

BROWNING, JOHN E., JR. 

Piaf; a musical by Dolph Browning. 
106 1. Two acts. Book only, 
© Dolph Browning; 27Jul72; DU84199. 

BRUCE, LENNY, pseud. See SCHNEIDER, 
LEONARD. 

BRUER, PAUL F. 

The chess game. 1 v. Screenplay. 
© Paul P. Bruer; l8Dec72; DU85587. 

BRUESTLE, BEAUMONT. 

That's the spirit; a teen-age musical 
comedy in two acts by Beaumont 
Bruestle and Charles Swler. 
37 1. Book & lyrics only. © Beau- 
mont Bruestle; 20ct72; DU84759- 

BRUKENFELD, DICK. 

The big broadcast on East 53i'd; a 
play. 1 v. Three acts. © Dick 
Brukenfeld; 6Dec72; DU8546l. 

BRUNELLE, WALLACE J. 

Constructional geometry, by Wallace 
J. Brunelle & Robert O'Neill. 1 v. 
Recording script. © Educational 
Research Associates; 270ct72; 
027 913 . 

BRYANT, BOUDLEAUX. 

Songwriting tape, No.l. 5 1, 

Script. © House of Bryant Publica- 
tions; l3Nov7a; C27952. 

BRYANT, FELICE. 

Songwriting tape. No.l. 5 1. Script. 
© House of Bryant Publicatlpns; 
13NOV72; C2794'*, 



BRYANT, MICHAEL. 

Lincoln. I8 1. A play. © Michael 
Bryant; l8Deo72; DU85588. 

BUCCI, MARK. 

The diary of Adam and Eve, by Mark 
Twain, pseud, of Samuel Langhorne 
Clemens; adapted for the stage by 
Mark Bucci. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. 
Co. 40 p. A play in 1 act. KM: 
dramatization. ©Dramatic Pub. Co.; 
240ct72; DP817I. 

Myron, it's damp down here; a contem- 
porary pop opera; music by Philip 
Springer, book & lyrics by Mark 
Bucci. 35 1. Libretto. © Philip 
Springer; 20ct72; DU848l6. 

BUCKLEY, WILLIAM. 

Christmas under the sea, by Pat 

Cadwallader, music by Bill Buckley. 
1 V. A play. © Patricia G. Cadwal- 
lader & William Buckley; 120ct72; 
DU84970. 
Furever; by Pat Cadwallader & Bill' 
Buckley, music by Bill Buckley. 1 v. 
A play. © Patricia G. Cadwallader 
h William Buckley; 6Sep72; DU84646 . 

BUCKLEY, WILLIAM F. 

Desmond the darling dragon; by Bill 
Buckley & Pat Cadwallader; music 
by Bill Buckley, lyrics by Pat 
Cadwallader. 1 v. A musical play. 
© Patricia G. Cadwallader & 
William F. Buckley; 4Dec72; DU85443. 

BUCKNEH, SALLY. 

The time that's granted; a play in 
three acts. 4l 1. A musical. 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 5May72, EU32836O. NM: 
dramatic script & additional lyrics, 
© Sally Buckner; 4Dec72; DU85372. 

BUECHNER, GEORG KARL. 

Danton. See ROLAND, PAUL. 

BUELLER, EDA. 

A thousand and one wives. See 
BUELLER, HERMAN BYRON. 

BUELLER, HERMAN BYRON. 

A thousand and one wives; a musical in 
3 acts by Byron & Eda Bueller. 2 v. 
© Herman Byron Bueller & Eda Bueller; 
IOJUI72; DU84134. 

BULGAKOV, MIKHAIL. AFANASIEVICH. 

Bliss; or. The dream of the engineer 
rein; A play in four acts. trans- 
lated by Mlrra Ginsburg. 72 1. 
© Mlrra Ginsburg; 22Nov72; DU85367. 

BULLINS, ED. 

A son, come home; a television play. 
47 1. © Ed Bulllns; 21Mar72; 
DU84299. 

BUREAU OF BUSINESS PRACTICE, INC. 
The art of persuasion. ETI-8. 
25 1. Tape script. © Bureau of 
Business Practice, Inc.; 20Sep72; 
C27756. 
Building enthusiasm. ETI-7. 24 1. 
Tape script. © Bureau of Business 
Practice, Inc.; 28jul72; C27457. 
Building self-confidence. S120V. 
26 1. Tape script. © Bureau of 
Business Practice, Inc.; 27Jun72; 
C27377 . 
Building to a climax. ETI-11. 26 1, 
Tape script. © Bureau of Business 
Practice, Inc.; 30Nov72; C28049. 

Complying with OSHA. SI3IY. 30 1. 
Tape script. © Bureau of Business 
Practice, Inc.; 30Nov72; C28o47. 

Effective leadership. S126Y. 25 1- 
Tape script. © Bureau of Business 
Practice, Inc.; 27Jun72; C27375- 

Effective listening. S121V. 30 1. 
Script. © Bureau of Business 
Practice, Inc.; 28jul72; 027458. 



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Generating Ideas. S129Y. 22 1. 
Tape script. © Bureau of Business 
Practice, Inc.; 3Nov72; C27915 . 

Giving the "how to" speech. ETI-9. 
25 1. Tape script. © Bureau of 
Business Practice, Inc.; 3Nov72; 
C27916. 

Handling competition. S123V. 24 1. 
Tape script. © Bureau of Business 
Practice, Inc.; 3Nov72; C27914 . 

Holding down costs. S127Y. 27 1. 
Script. © Bureau of Business 
Practice, Inc.; 28jul72; C27't56. 

Involving your audience. ETI-b. 
23 1. Tape script. © Bureau of 
Business Practice, Inc.; 27Jun72; 
C27376. 

Pitfalls in planning. S128Y. 24 1. 
Script. © Bureau of Business 
Practice, Inc.; 20Sep72; C2T755- 

Planning to sell. S125V. 26 1. 
Tape script. © Bureau of Business 
Practice, Inc.; 30Nov72; C28o46. 
Problem workers. SlJOY. 25 1. Tape 
script. © Bureau of Business Prac- 
tice, Inc.; 30Nov72; C28o48. 
Proper delivery. ETI-10. 24 1. 
Tape script. © Bureau of Business 
Practice, Inc.; 3Nov72; C27917. 
Sales power. S124V. 24 1. Tape 
script. © Bureau of Business Prac- 
tice, Inc.; 3Nov72; C27918. 
Value of self-control. si22V. 

25 1. Script. © Bureau of Business 
Practice, Inc.; 20Sep72; C27757 • 

BURGESS, ANTHONY. 

Sophocles: Oedipus the king. Trans- 
lated & adapted by Anthony Burgess. 
With comments by Anthony Burgess, 
Michael Langham & Stanley Silverman. 
Minneapolis, University of Minne- 
sota Press. 94 p. (Minnesota 
drama editions, no. 8) Two parts. 
NM: translation, adaptation & sec- 
tion To the reader. © Anthony 
Burgess; 240ct72; A391019. 

BURGESS, GRANVILLE WYCHE, 

Winnie the Pooh songbook. 1 v. 
A musical play. © Granville Wyche 
Burgess; 21Nov72; Du85306. 

BURKES, LAURIE PALMER. 

The king is coming; musical drama. 
1? 1. 15 scenes. Book only. 
© Laurie Palmer Burkes; 17Hov72; 
DU85509. 

BURKETT, MARY LOU. 

The sofa; a comedy in three acts. 
72 1. ® Mary Lou Burkett; 10Qct72; 
DU84945. 

BUEKHARD, PAUL. 

Ein Stern geht auf aus Jaakob; Musl- 
kallsch dramatische Darstellung der 
Vorgaenge um Chrlsti Geburt; Rolf 
Llebermann zugeeignet. ]| Switzer- 
land] Universal Edition. 367 p. 
Ten scenes. Klavlerauszug. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 10ct70, DPO-I806. 
NM: new musical arrangement & in- 
strumentation. © Universal Edition, 
A.G.; 18ep72; DFO-I9I3. 

BURNAP, RAYMOND W. 

Symbolon-cybernetics: the theory and 
practice of teaching emotional con- 
trol. 1 V. © Raymond W. Burnap; 
llSep72; C27740. 

BU-tWETT, PRANCES HODGDON. 

A little princess. See SIMMONDS, 
RAE NICHOLS. 

BURNS, RHOMA C, pseud. See EPSTEIN, 
RHEA. 



BURRIS, BETTY. 

Out of the shadows; a musical play In 
two acts; librettist, Betty Burris; 
music & lyrics by Robert C. Moore. 
96 1. Book & lyrics only. © Betty 
Burris & Robert C. Moore; 25Aug72; 
DU84398. 

BURROUGHS, EARL S. 

Black space, by Jack Hammer, pseud. 
62 1. Screenplay. © Earl S. 
Burroughs; 28Sep72; DU84837. 

BURROUGHS, JAMES A. 

The bonsai tree; an I8 minute film 
written by Jim & Vicki Burroughs. 
32 1. Script. © James A. Burroughs 
& Victoria Burroughs; 5Jul72; 
DU84072. 

BtlRi^OUeHS, VICTORIA. 

The bonsai tree. See BURROUGHSj 
JAMES A. 

BURROWS, EDWIN GLADDING. 

Circe; playscrlpt. 32 1. © Edwin 
Gladding Burrows; 100c t72; DU84922. 

BURTT, JEFF. 

The late Jean Ashley. See GREVE, 
RICHARD. 

BUTLER, GLEN ANTHONY. 

19th nervous breakdown. 83 1. A play 
in 3 acts. © Glen Anthony Butler; 
15Aug72; DU84453. 

BYNUM, DANIEL JAMES. 

Dodging. 1 V. © Daniel James Bynum; 
100ct72; DP816O. 



CREDR CORP. 

Applications to business management. 
(Development digest) Tape scripts. 
© CREDR Corp. 
v. 2, no. 

11. Nov. 1970. © 27N0V72; C28036. 
V.3, no. 

1. Jan. 1971. © 27NOV72; C28055. 

2. Feb. 1971. © 27N0V72; 028032. 
V.4, no. 

2. © 27NOV72; 028038. 
Foundations for business management. 
(Development digest) Tape scripts. 
© CREDR Corp. 
V.2, no. 

1. Jan. 1971. © 27NOV72; C28031. 

2. Feb. 1971. © 27NOV72; C28050. 
4. Apr. 1971. © 27NOV72; C28029. 

6. June 1971. © 27NOV72; 028028. 

7. July 1971. © 27NOV72; C28027. 
v.3, no. 

2. © 27NOV72; 028039. 
Manager's workshop. (Development 
digest) Tape scripts. ©CREDR 
Corp. 
v.l, no. 

12. Dec. 1970. © 27NOV72; C28033 . 
v.2, no. 

2. Feb. 1971. ©27NOV72; 028034. 
v.3, no. 

1. © 27NOV72; 028037. 

OS & DS ENTERPRISES, INC. 

Evelyn Wood reading dynamics; 

120 second TV spot. 4 1. Four 

scripts. © CS S: DS Enterprises, 

Inc.; 15Dec72; 028087. 
Evelyn Wood reading dynamics; 

60 second radio spot. 6 1. 

Six BcriptB. ® CS & DS Enterprises, 

Inc.; 15Dec72; C28o84. 
Evelyn Wood reading dynamics; 

60 second radio spot. 6 1. 

Six scripts. © CS & DS Enterprises, 

Inc.; 15Dec72; C28086. 



Evelyn Wood reading dynamics; 
60 second TV spot. 6 1. Six 
scripts. © CS & DS Enterprises, 
Inc. J 15Dec72; C28o85. 

CADWALLADER, PATRICIA G. 

Desmond the darling dragon. See 

BUCKLEY, WILLIAM F. 
Furever. 'See BUCKLEY, WILLIAM. 
The wheel in happy land. 11 1. 

A musical play. Book & lyrics only. 
© Patricia G. Cadwallader; 20Sep72: 
DU84719. 

OAGIADA, GIOVANNI BATTISTA. 

La forza dell'amore; opera lirlca in 
un atto e due quadrl. 74 1. 
© Giovanni Battista Caglada; 
5JU172; DU84497. 

CAIN, JOHN J. 

Four lean hounds; a new play. 1 v. 
Two scenes, © John J. Cain; 
20NOV72; DU85?21. 

CAINE, NOVE ORLANDO. 

Jigsaw; an original screenplay. 87 1. 
© Nove Orlando Calne; 10Jul72; 
DU84135. 

CALABRESE, ANTHONY. 

One plus twelve; a motion picture 
script by Antonio Calabrese. 125 1. 
© Antonio Calabrese & Rosemary 
LaPlaoa; l4Dec72; DU85552. 

CALENE, JOHN. 

Eat. See BARNES, ROLF. 

CALKINS, JOHN. 

All is well; an original play in two 
acts. 1 V. © John Calkins; 270ct72; 
DU85115. 

CALLAHAN, DENNIS R. 

4 plays, upper elementary. Hallow- 
een; Christmas; Birthday; Ecology. 
103 1. Appl, ti.: Four plays for 
upper elementary. © Dennis R. 
Callahan; 26jun72; DU85293. 



CALLAHAN, PAUL L. 

Colonel Dippy Junior High; a rock 
opera. 1 v. © Paul L. Callahan; 
13Sep72; DU84704. 



CALVERT, GEORGE HENRY. 
The ways of treason. 
ROBERT THOMAS. 



See NOLL, 



CAMICIA, JIMMY LOUIS. 

Camporia: the Manhattan trilogy, by 
J. L. Camlcla. 1 v. Three musical 
plays. Book & lyrics only. © Jimmy 
Louis Camlcla S: Mrs. D. Esposito; ■ 
13Nov72; DU85170. 

CAMPBELL, HARTLEY. 

The Virginian. See LEVY, EDWIN L. 

CAMPBELL, CARLOS C. 

Quid pro quo; a screenplay. 25 1. 
© Carlos C. Campbell; llDec72; 
DU85517 . 

CAMPBELL, GEORGE. 

Captain Kidd ' s treasure. 87 1. 
A screenplay. © Estate of George 
Campbell; 30ct72; DU84758. 

CAMPBELL, GEORGE, ESTATE OF. 
Captain Kidd's treasure. See 
CAMPBELL, GEORGE. 

CAMPBELL, JAMES. 

Lunch. See NEWBOULD, PETER E. 

CAMPBELL, ROBERT. 

The dweller in the dark; a two hour 
movie for television by Robert 
Campbell & Mervyn Murphy. 101 1. 
© Robert Campbell & Mervyn Murphy; 
10Aug72; DU84422. 



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CANADIAN MENNOHITE BIBLE COLLEGE, 
WINNIPEG, MANITOBA. 
Job. See PKEHEIM, LYLE, ed. 

CANADIAN MENNONIfE BIBLE COLLEGE, 
WINNIPEG, MANITOBA. WORSHIP CLASS 
FOR MINISTERS. 
Zacchaeus. See PREHEIM, LYLE, ed. 

CANTRICK, ROBERT B. 

Three mimes for singer and flutist. 
Sports page; Half-time show; Every 
good boy does fine. 110 p. © Rob- 
ert B. cantrick; 13Nov72; DU85S37. 

CAPEL, SHARON ANN. 

Dreams are for the dead; a play in 
blues abstractions by sac, pseud. 
1 V. Two acts. © Sharon Ann Capel; 
26Sep72; DU84807. 

CARDONA, LUIS A, 

The confessions of a priest. 1 v. 

A play in 2 scenes. © Luis A. 

Cardona; 30ct72; DU84923 . 
No more than brotherly love; a one 

act play. 22 1. © Luis A. Cardona; 

31JU172; DU84344. 

CAREER AIDS, INC. 

For vjorks claimed by Career Aids, 
Inc. See CAREER DEVELOPMENT CORP. 

CAREER DEVELOPMENT CORP. 

Health & safety: Maintaining a clean 
environment. 19 1- Filmstrip 
script. © Career Aids, Inc.; 
l6Aug72; C27564. 
Intramuscular injections. 1 v. Film- 
strip script. © Career Aids, Inc.; 
8Dec72; C28o67. 
Introduction to shock management. 
31 1. Filmstrip script. © Career 
Aids, Inc.; l6Aug72; C27562. 
Nursing staff oral communications. 

1 V. Filmstrip scripl;. ® Career 
Aids, Inc.; 8Dec72; C28068. 

The nursing team and the law. 29 1- 
Filmstrip script. © Career Aids, 
Inc.; l6Aug72; C27565 ■ 
Observing the patient. 1 v. Film- 
strip script. ©Career Aids, Inc.; 
22Jun72; 027566. 
Planning nursing care. 25 1. Film- 
strip script. ® Career Aids, Inc.; 
l6Aug72; C27561. 
Respiratory emergencies. 26 1. Film- 
strip script. © Career Aids, Inc.; 
l6Aug72; C27563. 
Training; a return on investmer^t. 
27 1. Cassette script. © Career 
Aids, Inc.; 8Dec72; C28o69. 

CARETTE, LOUIS. 

L'ouvre-boite, de Felicien Marceau, 
pseud. [Paris] Gallimard. 220 p. 
Five acts. © Editions Gallimard & 
Felicien Marceau; 30Sep72; DFO-1919- 

CAREY, JOCK, pseud. See CASASUS, JOCK. 

CARICATO, JAMES N. 

The twins. 109 1- A play. © James 
N. Caricato; lNov72; DUSSS^tl. 

CARLIN, GEORGE. 

Class clown. 5 1- Monolog. © Dead 

Sea Music, Inc.; 40ct72; C27789. 
The confessional. 2 sheets. Monolog. 
© Dead Sea Music, Inc.; 40ct72; 

027785. 
Heavy mysteries. Sheet. Monolog. 

© Dead Sea Music, Inc.; 400172; 

C27783. 
I used to be Irish Catholic. Sheet. 

Monolog. © Dead Sea Music, Inc.; 

40ct72; C27786. 
Muhammad All -- America the beautiful. 

2 sheets. Monolog. © Dead Sea 
Music, Inc.; 40ct72; C2778S. 



Seven words you can never say on tele- 
vision. 3 1. Monolog. © Dead Sea 
Music, Inc.; 40ct72; 027790. 

Special dispensation (Heaven, 'hell, 
purgatory and limbo) 2 sheets. 
Monolog. © Dead Sea Music, Inc.; 
40ct72; C27784. 

Values. 3 1. Monolog. ® Dead Sea 
Music, Inc.; 4oot72; C27788. 

Wasted time. Sheet. Monolog. © Dead 
Sea Music, Inc.; 4oct72; C27787. 

CARLISLE, EARL C. 

Talking guns. 3 1- Recording 
script. © Earl 0. Carlisle; 
6Sep7S; C27647. 

CARLSON, ROBERTA. 

The cookie jar. See DONAHUE, JOHN 

CLARK. 
How could you tell. See DONAHUE, 
JOHN C. 
Old Kleg of Malfi. See DONAHUE, 

JOHN C. 
Sleeping Beauty. See SHAW, RICHARD. 

CARLSTROM, BWANE HARRY. 

It started in Salem. 1 v. A play 
in 3 acts . © Dwane Harry Carlstrom; 
13Sep72; DU84705. 

CARMICHAEL, FRED. 

Product of U.S.A. I6 1. A screen- 
play. © Lee Tully & Roger Yager; 
17N0V72; DU85297. 

CARMICHEL, ROBERT. 

Characters in chaos; a collection 
of original television plays by 
Robert Carmichel & David Gravel. 
1 V. Three plays. Contents: 
Fools rush in. — A quart of law. — 
Whose hues. © Robert Carmichel & 
David M. Gravel; 17Nov72; DU85553. 

CARNEGIE (DALE) & ASSOCIATES, INC. 

Bridge to achievement. 4 1. Recording 
script. © Dale Carnegie & Associ- 
ates, Inc.; llSep72; C27774 . 

CARNOCHAN, DAVID. 

Lear; a rock musical response to 
Shakespeare's King Lear; book-8: 
lyricp by John Manlove, music by 
David Carnochan, Danny O'Neal & 
Rick Rosenberg, additional songs by 
Eddie Allen & others. 1 v. A 
play. © John Manlove & David 
Carnochan; lAug72; DU8547I. 

CAHNOW, BERTRAM WARREN. 

Statement regarding health consequences 
of airborne lead and the rational 
basis for standards, by Bertram W. 
Carnow & Virginia Carnow. 15 1- 
© Bertram Warren Carnow & Virginia 
Carnow; l8Sep72; C27751- 

CARNOW, VIRGINIA. 

Statement regarding health consequen- 
ces of airborne lead and the 
rational basis for standards. 
See CARNOW, BERTRAM WARREN. 

CARR, BILLY. 

Growing down. See PEASE, ROBERT 
DALE. 

CARR, ELLY, pseud. See RAKOWITZ, 
ELEANOR . 

CARRERO, JAIME. 

Noo Jork; two acts. 1 v. A play. 
© Jaime Garrero; 120ct72; DU84914. 

CARROLL, CLAIRE. 

The switch; a dramatic play in two 
acts. 1 V. © Claire Carroll; 
300ct72; DU8515I. 

CARROLL, LEWIS, pseud. See DODGSON, 
CHARLES LUTWIDGE. 



CARROLL, ROBERT W. 

Bob and Kim; a three-act play. 57 1. 
© Robert W. Carroll; l60ct72; 
DU84933. 



CARROLL, VINNETTE J. 
Croesus and the witch. 
MICKI. 



See GRANT, 



CARRUTH, JOHN H., JR. 

Hurlyburly at the Boar's Head; words 
by William Shakespeare, arranged by 
John Carruth. 57 1. A play. NM: 
dramatization. ® John H. Carruth, 
Jr.; l60ct72; DU84942. 
Lear's babe; a hurlyburly encore; 
words by William Shakespeare, 
arranged by John Carruth. 11 1. 
A play. NM: dramatization. © John 
H. Carruth, Jr.; l60ct72; DU8494l. 

CARTER, DAVIS. 

Earth, fire and water--a going busi- 
ness; by Davis & Mary Carter, 12 1. 
Screenplay. © Davis & Mary Carter; 
4Dec72; DU85558. 

CARTER, LONNIE. 

Smoky links; a profane mystery play. 
91 1. Three acts. © Lonnie Carter; 
15Dec72; DU85504. 

CARTER, MARY. ^ . 

Earth, fire and water--a going busi- 
ness. See CARTER, DAVIS. 

CARTER, WILLIAM HODDING, JR. 

Catfoot. See GOREAU, LAURRAIHE. 

CARTWRIGHT, GARY. 

The grapes. See COMPTON, JULEEN. 

CARUSO, JOSEPH, JR. 

Angel Express; a one-act play. 22 1. 
©Joseph Caruso, Jr.; l60ct72; 
DU85024 . 

CASAS, MYRNA. 

La trampa; breve tragicomedia en 
dos actos indivisibles. 57 1- 
Appl. states prev. reg. 20May63, 
57751. NM: translation S: additions. 
© Myrna Casas; 26Jul72; DU84308. 

CASASUS, JOCK. 

Sunday and a half; a play in three 
scenes by Jock Carey, pseud. I8 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 17Jul72, 
DU842l8. NM: additions. ©Jock 
Carey; l6oct72; DU85015. 
Sunday on the roof; a play in three 
scenes by Jock Carey, pseud. 11 1. 
© Jock Carey; 17Jul72; DU842l8. 

CASEY, PETER. 

One Friday in eternity. See 
BAN YARD, EDMUND. 

CASEY, WARBEN. 

Grease. See JACOBS, JIM. 

CASH (GEORGE) FURNITURE BARN. 

Cash is the name, credit is my game. 
Sheet. Commercial. © Lewis 
Schottenstein & Roland Chapa; 
20JU172; 027327- 
The old country boy. Sheet. 

Commercial. © Lewis Schottenstein 
& Roland Chapa; 20Jul72; C27328. 

CASH, JOHN R. 

Burden of freedom: a story of Jesus. 
By John R. Cash & Larry Murray. 
105 1. A screenplay. Book & lyrics 
only. © Luther Corp., Inc.; 
24Au^2; DU84409. 

CASONA, ALEJANDRO. 

The mllleress of Arcos (La mollnera 
de Arcos) Translation, Simon 
Ferro. 1 v. A play in 5 scenes. 
Appl. states prev. pub. 200ct49. 
NM: translation. © Simon Ferro; 
26Sep72; DU848o6. 



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CATELLO, BENITO E. 

The pee little thrlgs, by Ben Catello. 
2 sheets. © Ben Catello; 100ot72; 
C27820. 

CATES, BILL. 

Joy. See SEABOUGH, ED. 

CAULEY, HARRY. 

The paisley convertible; a comedy in 
three acts. New York, S. French. 
77 p. Appl. states prev. reg. 
as Early to bed, 25Aug66, DU66665 . 
© Harry Cauley; 10Jul67; DP8o80. 

CAUTHEN, BAKER JAMES. 

China: a Baptist perspective. Author- 
narrator, Baker James Cauthen S; 
others. 1 v. Recording script. 
Appl. author: Sunday School Board of 
the Southern Baptist Convention, em- 
ployer for hire. © Broadman Films; 
21Sep72; C27759. 

CELLING, MARIA ELENA. 

The store. See HOLGUIH, RGGER TOM. 

CENTOLA, JIlMY, pseud. See CAMICIA, 
JIMMY LOUIS. 

CERMINARO, ANTHONY. 

A regular guy, by Tony Cerminaro. 
1 V. A play in 10 scenes. 
© Tony Cerminaro; l8jul72; DU84225 . 

CERNUDA, ANTONIO. 

Lenten wind; original argument. 49 1. 
© Antonio Cernuda; 20Sep72; DU84754 . 

CESARl, GIULIANA C. 

Hot dog. See MILLER, MAEILYN. 

CHAILLY, LUCIANO. 

L'idiota; opera llrica in 3 attl e 7 
quadri; testo di Gilberto Loverso, 
musica dl Luciano Chailly; dal ro- 
manzo di Fiodor DostoievskiJ . 
Milano, Ricordl. 85 p. Libretto. 
© G. Ricordl & C, S.P.A.; 2Feb70 
(in notice: I968); DP2l60. 
L'idiota; opera llrica In tre atti e 
sette quadri di Gilberto Loverso; 
riduzione per canto e pianoforte di 
Edoardo Micuccl e di Rosarlo 
Lacerenza; dal romanzo dl Fiodor 
DostoievskiJ. [Italy] Ricordi. 
479 p. NM: music. © G. Ricordi & 
C, S.P.A.; 20Feb70 (in notice: 
1968); DP2161. 

CHALFI, RAQUEL. 

Felicidad, victoire, Veritas; a play 
for dolls, puppets, mannequins, 
dummies, and people. 55 1- NM: 
dramatization, additional material, 
translation. © Raquel Chalfi; 
l4Aug72; DU84357. 

CHAMBERS, JOHN W. 

Distances; a play in three acts. 91 1. 
© John W. Chambers; 5Jul72; DU84094. 

CHANEY, ROBERT G, 

How to use the infinite power of 
spirit. Tape no.701-70S, lesson 
1-4, 5-8, 2 V. Scripts. 
© Aatara, Inc.; 20Nov72; C280l6- 
28017 . 

CHAPA, ROLAND. 

Cash is the name, credit is my game. 

See CASH (GEORGE) FURNITURE BARN. 
The old country boy. See CASH 
(GEORGE) FURNITURE BARN. 

CHAPMAN, ROGER. 

The groaning of America; a musical 
fable for our times; book & lyrics 
by Robert L. Oshins, music by Roger 
Chapman & African folk composers. 
2 V. Two acts. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 1970, DU78405. © Robert L. 
Oshins & Roger Chapman; 20Nov72; 
DU85292. 



CHARLES, NORMAN, pseud. See DIGGS, 
CHARLES N. 

CHARLES, WILLIAM, pseud. See ELLIS, 
WILLIAM CHARLES, 



CHARLOT, PETER. 

Mo'o: a modern legend. A play in two 
acts. 87 1. © Peter Chariot; 
500ct72; DU85148. 

CHAELOTTE RUSSE, INC. 

For works claimed by Charlotte 
Russe, Inc. See DAVIDSON, HERB. 

CHARPENTIER, AHISTIDE-CHRISTIAN. 

The violin of passing time; a lyric 
play for young people. Translation 
by July Moulin. Anchorage, fCy., 
Anchorage Press. 40 p. Book & 
lyrics only. NM: translation. 
©Anchorage Press, Inc.; 15May72; 
DP806O. 

CHATFIELD, DONALD F. 

A fable about George; a sermon. 13 1. 
© Donald F. Chatfield; 4Aug72; 
C27579. 

CHEADLE, IRENE E. 

A snowflake called Christopher; a 
Christmas fantasy, 8 1. © Irene 
E. Cheadle; 22Dec72; DU8565I. 

CHEEKS, RICHARD E. 

The unleashing; by Richard Cheeks, 
Ricardo White & David A. D. J. 
Wilson. 25 1. A screenplay. 
© Richard E. Cheeks, Ricardo White 
Sc David Wilson; 31Jul72; DU8454l. 

CHEKHOV, ANTON PAVLOVICH. 

Second summer. See SLOVIK, HARVEY, 

CHELMOW, SCOTT DAVID. 

For works claimed by Scott David 
Chelmow See MCGORMAN, JIM. 

CHENEY, CLAYTON. 

The last generation of innocence. 
166 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Clayton Cheney; 6Jun72; DU84l47 . 

CHESLER, PHYLLIS. 

Young people's role in society. 
See GREENBERG, SELMA . 

GHETTLE, HARRY. 

The tragedy of Hoffman; or, A revenge 
for a father. A modern reading 
text with notes & emendations; edit- 
ed by Harry Keyishian. 101 p. 
Three acts. NM: modernization, 
additions & editing. © Harry 
Keyishian; 60ot72; A375829. 

CHETWYND, LIONEL. 

Bethune; a treatment S- screenplay. 
1 V. © Lionel Chetwynd; l4Dec72: 
DU85549. ' 

CHIBBARO, JACQUELINE T. 

The Junior chef. Script no . 1 . 
4 1. Television script. 
© Jacqueline T. Chibbaro; 100ct72; 
DU84845 . 

CHILDREN'S THEATRE COMPANY OF THE MINWEA- 
POLIS SOCIETY OP FINE ARTS. See MINNE- 
APOLIS SOCIETY OF FINE ARTS. CHIL^ 
DREN'S THEATRE COMPANY. 

CHISHOLM, ROBERT HENRY. 

A dream that didn't matter; a three 
a.ct, six character drama written 
for the stage. 15 1. © Robert 
Henry Chisholm; 23Aug72; DU84766. 

CHOCHELES, IRWIN. 

The perennial student; a play in 1 act. 
42 1. © Irwin Chocheles; 5Jul72; 
DU84o8l. 



CHODOROV, MRS. EDWARD. See CHODOROV, 
ROSEMARY. 

CHODOROV, ROSEMARY. 

Die I? So die I; original screenplay 
by R. H. Pettit, pseud. 107 1. 
© Mrs. Edward Chodorov; lDec72: 
DU8543I. 



CHONG, THOMAS. 

For works by Thomas Chong 
MARIN, RICHARD. 



See 



CHOO, EDNA COFFIN. 

Providence will be postponed because 
of a lack of experienced trumpeters. 
14 1. Recording script. © World 
Embrlty Society, Inc.; 15Aug72; 
027558. 

CHOPIN, KATE. 

The awakening. See HERSH, PHYLLIS 
EILLEEN. 

CHORAFA, MARIA. 

Adam, Eve and me (In and out of the 
Garden) A comedy. Translated by 
Nicholas Kepros . 99 !• Two acts. 
NM: translation. © Maria Chorafa S: 
Nicholas Kepros; 12Sep72; DU84651. 

CHOY, BENJAMIN S. 

Chiang Kai-Shek and his deputy; a 

play in three acts by Choy Buck-tone, 
pseud. 96 1. © Benjamin S. Choy; 
21Aug72; DU84484. 

CHOY BUCK-TONE, pseud. See CHOY, 
BENJAMIN S. 

CMftlSTIAN UYMAKS COUNSELING BOARD, 
INC. 
Credo. See SINCLAIR, W. R. 

CHRISTIAN, SANDRA, pseud. See 
MASTROVTTO, ROSE MARIE. 

CHUANG, FREDERICK THEODORE. 

Firstlings, by Fred Chuang. 22 1. 
A play. © Frederick Theodore Chuang; 
120ct72; DU85026. 

CHUfife, CALCECOT. 

Delphian moon. See PONVIELLE, 
LLOYD W. 

CHURCH, RONALD LEE. 

The para sapien's conception. 22 1. 
A play. © Ronald Lee Church; 
18Ju172; DU84275. 

ClCARELLl, PAUL M. 

Making do. See MCNALLY, JUDITH. 

CICIONE, WILLIAM, 

A circle, a square and a line, by Bill 
Cicione. 7 1. Screenplay. 
© William Cicione; 25Aug72; DU84536. 



CINEREX ASSOCIATES, INC. 

They killed another bandit. 
BROWN, JIMMY. 



See 



CITRON, SAMUEL J. 

Out of bondage. New York, Friends of 
the Jewish Theatre for Children. 
27 1. © Samuel J. Citron; 15Nov72; 
DP8232 . 

CLAEREN, WAYNE H, 

Work, Play and Saturday; a trilogy of 
one act plays. 61 1. © Wayne H. 
Claeren; 5Dec72; DU85444. 

CLAOGET, CHARLES, JR, 

The salesman, 27 p, Appl. author: 
Arthur Meriwether, Inc., employer 
for hire. © Arthur Meriwether, 
Inc.; 23Jan72; DP8206. 

CLAPP, PATRICIA. 

The invisible dragon; a play in one 
act. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 
42 p. © Dramatic Pub. Co.; 23Aug72; 
DP8IO2 . 



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CLAPP, PATRICIA. See COME, PATRICIA 
CLAPP. 

CLAPP J THOMAS E. 

Dracula; a new stage version by Tom 
Clapp of Bram Stoker's Gothic horror 
novel. 86 1. Three' acts. ® Tom 
Clapp; 100ct72; DU84900. 

CLARK, CHINA DEBRA. See CLARK, DEBRA. 

CLARK, DEBRA. 

Neffie; a two-act play by China Debra 
Clark. 50 1. ®" China Debra Clark; 
19JU172; DU84lir. 

CLARK, GENE EMMET. 

The conquest of boredom, 10 1. Cas- 
sette script. © Gene Eipmet Clark; 
8Dec72; C28o66. 

CLARK, NANETTE. 

La boheme; English translation by 
Nanette Clark & Warren F. Michon. 
Abridged version. 22 1. Four acts. 
English & Italian. Libretto. NM: 
abridgement & translation of 
Puccini's opera. © Arioso Produc- 
tions, Inc.; 12AprY2; DU85655 . 
The" opera scene, by Nanette Clark & 
Warren F, Michon. 1 v. Script. 
NM: translations of portions of 
operas & additional dialog. © Ario- 
so Productions, Incj IJNovTS; 
02795^ , 

CLARK, ROBERT. 

Children shouldn't play with dead 
things. 119 1. A screenplay. 
© Midnight Owl, Inc.; 25Aug72; 
DU84430. 

CLARKE, ALOYSIUS R. 

The lion's den; a play in three acts. 
1 V. © Aloysius R. Clarke; 5Jul72; 
DU84058. 

CLARKE, EDITH SCHERRER. 

The Jesus freak; or. The master plan. 
52 1. A musical play in 12 scenes. 
Book & lyrics only. © Edith Clarke; 
100ct72; DU84902. 

CLARKSON, JOHN. 

Starting. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© John ClarKson; gSI?eo725 DU85630. 

CLASSROOM MATERIALS CO. 

For works claimed by the Classroom 
Materials Co. See QREENBERG, 
SELMA. 

CLAY, BURIEL, II.' 

Raw head & bloody bones; hoodoo ritual 
drama. 25 1. Book & lyrics only. 
© Buriel Clay II; l8jul72; Du84054. 
X'S; or. Bridge over troubled waters. 
A play. 64 1. © Buriel Clay II; 
5JU172; DU84095. 

CLEMMS, SAMUEL LANOhORME. 

The adventures of Tom Sawyer. See 

KERSEY, DONALD. 
The adventures of Tom Sawyer. See 

MCGORMAN, JIM. 
The diary of Adam and Eve. See 

BUCCI, MARK. 
Mrs. McWilliams and the lightning. 

See OLFSON, LEWY. 
Tom Sawyer. See BETHEA, KAY. 

CLEMOMS, JOHN. 

Run for the money; a play in 5 acts. 

97 1. © John demons; llDec72; 

DU85525. 
When the clock strikes; a play in 3 

acts; from the motion picture of 

the same title by Dallas Gaultois . 

97 1. © John demons; 29Dec72; 

DU8559I . 



CLEPPER, PATRICK M. 

And never were; a play in two acts. 
1 v. © Patrick M. Clapper; 13Jul72; 
DU84184. 
Junior senator; a farce for the '70s. 
1 V. Two acts. © Patrick M. 
Clepper; 15Jul72; DU84365. 
Wakefield; one act play based on a 
short story of the same name by 
Nathaniel Hawthorne. 20 1. 
© Patrick M. Clepper; 22Aug72; 
DU84364 . 

CLEVELAND, DAVID LOUIS. 

Simple little sick song, by Dave 

Cleveland. 2 sheets. ® David Louis 
Cleveland; 130ct72; C2789O. 

CLIFFORD, JOHN W. 

Wild Bill. 1 V. A play in 3 acts. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 7May71, 
DU80118. NM: revisions. © John W. 
Clifford; 30Nov72; DU85424. 

CLIFT, JEANNETTE. 

Polio II. 11 1. A play. © Jeannette 
Clift; 19Jun72; DU84333 . 
Stet. 20 1. A play. © Jeannette 
Clift; 28JUI72; DU84329. 

CLIME, RUTH HARWOOD, 

The learned women. See MOLIERE, 
JEAN BAPTISTE POQUELIN. 

OLIVER, MARION SLINGERLAND. 

The patriotism of Mrs. Bourgeois; 
a comedy in three acts. 1 v. 
© Marion Oliver; 15Jul72; DU84l83 . 

CLURMAM, HAROX-D. 

Famous American plays of the 1960's, 
selected and introduced by Harold 
Clurman. New York, Dell Pub. Co. 
395 P- (The Laurel drama series, 
2609) Five plays. NM; introd . & 
compilation. © Dell Pub. Co., Inc.; 
22Au^2; A3 6777 9. 

COALITION ON NATIONAL PRIORITIES AND 
MILITARY POLICY, WASHINGTON, D.C. 
Sixteen testimonies on national 
security. 16 v. Appl. states 
excerpts prev. pub. 10Jan72 as In 
the name of national security. 
© Coalition on National Priorities 
and Military Policy; 2Jan73; C28134. 

COAN, SHELLY. 

Isadora; a musical in t;wo acts based 
on the life of dancer, Isadora 
Duncan. 1 v. Book only. © Shelly 
Coan; 15Nov72; DU85202. 

COBIIRN, BILLIE RISNER. 

April never will; written by Seaon 
Coburn, pseud. 35 1 ■ An opera 
in 3 acts. Libretto. © Blllie 
Risner Coburn; 25Sep72; DU84842. 

COBURN, SEAON, pseud. See COBURN, 
BILLIE RISNER. 

COCHRANE, THOMAS FREDERIC. 

Getting there on time; a screenplay - by 
Tom Cochrane. 1 v. Three acts. 
© Thomas Frederic Cochrane; 2Au^2; 
DU84464. 

COCKBURN, JERALD LEE. 

The howling wind of the killing tree; 
by James M. Beasley S: Jerald Lee 
Cockburn. 88 1, A play in 2 acts. 
© Jerald Lee Cockburn; 13Sep72; 

DU84627 . 
So silent the singing guns; by Jerald 
Lee Cockburn & James M. Beasley. 
76 1. A play in 2 acts. © Jerald 
Lee Cockburn; 13Sep72; DU84626 . 

COCTEAU, JEAN. 

Three screenplays; translated from the 
French by Carol Martin Sperry. 
L'eternel retour; Orphee; La belle 
et la bete. New York, Grossman 



Publishers. 250 p. Appl. author: 
Viking Press, Inc. © on transla- 
tion; Viking Press, Inc.; 27Jun72; 
A357293. 

CODLING, BESS. 

The assassin; by B. E. Brewster, pseud. 
50 1. A play in 3 scenes. © B. E. 
Brewster; lSep72; DU846ll. 

COGAM, DAVID J., TRUSTEE. 

Finishing touches. See KERR, JEAN 
DOLORES . 

COGLIANESE, ALBERT J. 

Bennle; a play in three acts. 153 !• 
© Albert J. Cogllanese; l60ct72; 
DU85014 . 

COHEN, JONATHAN DAVID. 

World enough and time. 125 1. A 
play in 2 acts. © Jon Cohen; 
6oct72; DU84953. 

COHEN, MORTIMER THEODORE. 

Lenin; a play in three acts by William 
K. Lewis, pseud. 123 1. © Mortimer 
Theodore Cohen; 310ct72; DU85157 . 

COHEN, ROBERT I. 

David's dilemma. 88 1. A play in 2 
acts. © Robert I. Cohen; l8Dec72; 
DU85571 . 

COLE, RUSSELL V. 

How to sell Mobil tires. 2 v. 

Two recording scripts. © F.A.S., 
Inc.; l4Aug72; C27557 . 

COLE, SHARON ANNETTE. 

The cat, the unicorn and the peacock. 
32 1. A play in 8 scenes. 
© Sharon A. Cole; 6Dec72; DU85459. 

COLEMAN, CARLTON. 

I got it. See PRINCE, ROLAND. 

COLEMAN, DAN L. 

The clubhouse kids, by Courtney Sims, 
pseud. Newport News, Va., Suburban- 
American Pub. Co. 20 p . One act, 
® Dan L. Coleman (Courtney Sims); 
lSep72; A58O837. 



COLINA, ADAN SASTRE, pseud. 
PINKERNELL, ALAN D. 



See 



COLLAMORE, JEROME. 

Before the gates; or. As grief wears 

away. A one act play. l4 1. 

© Jerome Collamore; l4Aug72; 

DU84441 . 
Between engagements; a comedy in one 

act. 47 1. © Jerome Collamore; 

l4Aug72; DU84442. 
The step-husband; one-act play in two 

scenes. 1 v. © Jerome Collamore; 

lNov72; DU85161. 

COLLIER, RON. 

Osculum infame; an original screenplay. 
66 1. © John Allan Flanders; 
l4jul72; DU84208. 



COLLIN PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Finishing touches. See KERR, JEAN 
DOLORES . 

COLLINS, FRANK C, JR. 

Let freedom reign; a cantata for free 
men. 5 1. © Frank C. Collins, Jr.; 
8Aug72; 027498. 

COLLINS, PRANK, TRUSTEE. 

Finishing touches. See KERR, JEAN 
DOLORES. 

COLLINS, JANE MORIN. 

Woman of the day; a new daytime woman's 
show. 12 1. Script. ® Jane Morin 
Collins; 4Aug72; C27669. 



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COLLINS, MRS. THOMAS J. 

Finishing touches. See KERR, JEAN 
DOLORES . 

COHWfilA PICTURES INDUSTRIES, INC. 
Brian's song. See BLINN, WILLIAM. 

COMANDO, PRANK R. 

Montage; original screenplay. 1 v. 
© Frank Coraando; lSep72; DU846l5 . 

COMDEN, BETTY. 

Singin' in the rain; story & screen- 
play by Betty Comden & Adolph Green. 
With an Introd. by the authors. 
New York, Viking Press. 75 P- 
(The MOM library of film scripts) 
(A Viking film book) Appl. author: 
Viking Press, Inc. IW: additional 
text to the Introd. © Viking Press, 
Inc.; 26JU172; A357296. 

COMMERCE CLEARING HOUSE, INC. 
An auditor's guide to corporate 

tax planning. See KESS, SIDNEY. 
'Hew occupational safety and health 
act explained. See TAYLOR, 
GEORGE . 
1971 computax training seminar. 
See YOUTAN, NORM. 

COMMIRE, ANNE. 

Shay. 1 V. A play in 2 acts. 
© Anne Commlre; 7Aug72; DU84263 . 

COMMONER, BARRY. 

Address before the annual convention. 
United Electrical, Radio and Machine 
Workers of America, New York. 24 1. 
©'Barry CoiDmonerj 13Nov7a; C279'tg. 

COMMUNICATION SKILLS CORP. 

Basic atomic absorption. Filmstrlp 
scripts. ® Communication Skills 
Corp. 
Program no. 

3001. Principles of atomic absorp- 
tion. © l4Sep72; 027699. 

3002. Instrumental requirements. 
© l4Sep72; C27701. 

3003. Optimizing Instrument condi- 
tions. © l4Sep72; C27700. 

3004. Sample preparation and spe- 
cial sampling techniques. 

® l4sep72; C27702. 
Basic liquid chromatography. Filmstrlp 

scripts. © Communication Skills 

Corp. 

Program no. 

4001. Introduction, basic relation- 
ships, theory and Instrumentation. 
© 14Sep72; C27698. 
Basic mass spectrometry. Filmstrlp 

scripts. © Communication Skills 

Corp. 

Program no. 

5001. Introduction. Pt.l, Mass 

spectrometry and the mass spectrum; 
pt.2. Instrumentation. © 14Sep72; 
C27703. 

COMPTON, JULEEN. 

The grapes; screenplay by Juleen 
Compton & Gary Cartwright. 80 1. 
® Juleen Compton S- Gary Cartwright; 
120ct72; DU84982. 

CONDELLO, JOSEPH PAUL. 

The cowardly knight. 51 1. A play. 
© Joseph Paul Condello; 3Aug72; 
DU84374 . 

CONE, PATRICIA CLAPP. 

A candle on the table; a play in one 
act for four women by Patricia 
Clapp, Boston, Baker's Plays. 21 p. 
(Baker's royalty plays) Appl. au- 
thor; Walter H. Baker Co., employer 
for hire. © Walter H. Baker Co.; 
190c t72; DP8189. 

COMFORTES, CLAUDE. 

I don't want to die an idiot. See 
WOLINSKI, GEORGES. 



CONGRESS OF WONDERS, pseud. 

Cedro Willy, by Congress of Wonders, 
pseud, of Howard Kerr & Richard 
Rollins. 7 1. Script. © Parker 
Music; 5Sep72; C27714 . 
Elaine W, by Congress of Wonders, 
pseud, of Howard Kerr & Richard 
Rollins. 2 sheets. Script. 
© Parker Music; 5Sep72; C27715. 
Health man. No. 1-3, by Congress of 
Wonders, pseud, of Howard Kerr & 
Richard Rollins. 5 1. 3 scripts. 
© Parker Music; 5Sep72; C27719. 
Latent Place, by Congress of Wonders, 
pseud, of Howard Kerr & Richard 
Rollins. 2 sheets. Script. 
© Parker Music; 5Sep72; C27716. 
Ofeelthls unchained, by Congress of 
Wonders, pseud, of Howard Kerr 8c 
Richard Rollins, & Tom Glass. 12 1. 
Script. © Parker Music; 5Sep72; 
C27717. 
Sylvia Davenport, by Congress of 
Wonders, pseud, of Howard Kerr & 
Richard Rollins. 5 1. Script. 
© Parker Music; 5Sep72; C27718. 

CONTE, MICHEL. 

Ballade; a musical play; book & lyrics 
by Arthur Samuels, music by Michel 
Conte. Rev. Apr. 23, 1972. 2 v. 
Two acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
2Dec68, DU72953. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Arthur Samuels & Michel 
Conte; 2Jun72; DU84;26. 

CONTEMPORARY MISSION, INC . 
Virgin. See O'REILLY, JOHN. 

flOMTl ADVERTISING AGENCY, INC. 

A comprehensive marketing and adver- 
tising program for 1975. See 
CONTI, EDWARD. 

A proposed method of advertising and 
promotion for Patarrota brand 
Sangria wine. See CONTI, EDWARD. 

CONTI, EDWARD. 

A comprehensive marketing and adver- 
tising program for 1973, prepared 
for H. 0. Penn Machinery Co., Inc. 
26 1. © Contl Advertising Agency, 
Inc.; 22Dec72; C28139. 
A proposed method of advertising and 
promotion for Patarrota brand 
Sangria wine. Nov. 1973. I5 1. 
© Contl Advertising Agency, Inc.; 
22N0V72; C28OOI. 

CONTINENTAL ILLINOIS NATIONAL BANK & 
TRUST CO. OF CHICAGO. 
BankerTape. Recording scripts. 
© Continental Illinois National 
Bank & Trust Co. of Chicago. 
Mar. 1972. © 12Jul72; 027334. 
April 1972. © 12Jul72; C27333 . 
June 1972. © 29Jun72; 027379. 
.T.iiv 1072. © 28Sep72; C27798- 

COOGAN, GARTH P. 

Brlnksir; a play. 23 1. One act. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 6Mar56, 
41953. NM: revision. © Garth P. 
Coogan; 100ot72; DU84947. 

COOK, EDGAR A. 

Meditation on the cross; a service of 
dance-drama for Good Friday. Down- 
ers Grove, Contemporary Drama Serv- 
ice. 16 p. Appl. author: Arthur 
Meriwether, Inc., employer for hire. 
© Arthur Meriwether, Inc.; 23Jan72; 
DP8238. 

COOK, JOYCE MITCHELL. 

Values: human, white, black; an 
address. 23 1. © Joyce Mitchell 
Cook; 15May72; C27926. 

COONEY, RAY. 

Charlie girl. See HENEICER, DAVID. 



COOPER, THOMAS SIDNEY. 

Personal grudge. 1 v. A play in 1 
act. ® Thomas Sidney Cooper; 
17JU172; DU84221. 

COOPER, TIM D. 

The lords of fire and ice; an original 
screenplay by Tim Cooper, L. M. 
Reynolds & Jonathan Walker. 43 1. 
Book & lyrics only. Appl. author: 
Tim D. Cooper, employer for hire. 
© Tim D. Cooper; llSep72; DU846l6. 

COPE, TIMOTHY T. 

The opening of Sisters, by Tim Cope. 
1 V. A play in 4 parts. © Tim Cope; 
3JU172; DU84120. 



COPPE, P. 
Zanetto. 



See MfiSCAGNI, PIETRO. 



COPPINOER, ELFRIEDE MASSIER. 

Some notes on the teaching of social 
gerontology e,t the undergraduate 
level. 1 v, Lecture, © Elfrlede 
Massler Copplnger; 27Nov72; C28o43. 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. 

American families; master script. 
6 V. Six filmstrlp scripts. Con- 
tents: The Garcias.--The Wangs. — 
The DeStefanos .--The Taylors. — The 
Jacksons. — The Mandels. © Coronet 
Instructional Films, a division of 
Esquire, Inc.; l8Sep72; C27735 . 

American Indians of the North Pacific 
Coast; master script. 6 v. Six 
filmstrlp scripts. Contents: Lands 
and tribes. --How they lived. --Arts 
and crafts. --Myths and ceremonies. — 
How they changed. — Their life today. 
© Coronet Instructional Films, a di- 
vision of Esquire, Inc.; l8Sep72; 
C27731. 

American Indians of the Northeast; 
master script. 6 v. Six filmstrlp 
scripts. Contents: Who they are. — 
Their history. — How they lived. -- 
Their religions .--Their handicrafts. 
— Their life today. © Coronet In- 
structional Films, a division of Es- 
quire, Inc.; l8Sep72; C27733 . 

Animal fables; master script. 5 v. 
Six filmstrlp scripts. Contents: 
Adventure of a little skunk. --Trial 
of the fox. — The hare and the tor- 
toise. — How the squirrel saved the 
grapes. — Glasses for a raccoon child. 
— The squirrel and his friends. 
© Coronet Instructional Films, a di- 
vision of Esquire, Inc.; l8Sep72; 
027754 . 

Business organization. 6 v. Film,- 
styip scripts. Contents: SI86-I-- 
SI86-6: Types of ownership. --Manage- 
ment . --Production . --Marketing . -- 
Accounting — Services. © Coronet 
Instructional Films, a division of 
Esquire, Inc.; 3Nov72; C27902. 
Christmas tales from many lands; mast- 
er script. 6 V. Six filmstrlp 
scripts. Contents: The littlest 
angel. — The gypsy boy's miracle. — 
Why the chimes rang. --The legend of 
Befana. — The little fir tree. --Mi- 
chael O'Mannerly and the Christmas 
toadstools. © Coronet Instructional 
Films, a division of Esquire, Inc.; 
l8Sep72; 027730. 

Ecological communities; master script. 
6 V. Six filmstrlp scripts. Con- 
tents: The deciduous forest. — Ponds 
and lakes. --The stream. --The meadow. 
— The thicket. — The northern conif- 
erous forest. © Coronet Instruc- 
tional Films, a division of Esquire, 
Inc.; l8Sep72; C27727 . 

Holiday fun. 6 v. Filmstrlp scripts. 
Contents: SI85-I--SI85-6: Lincoln's 
Birthday . --Valentine ' s Day . --Washing- 
ton 's Birthday. --Halloween. --Thanks- 
giving. --Christmas. © Coronet 
Instructional Films, a division of 
Esquire, Inc.; 3Nov72; C27901. 



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DRAMAS 



July-Dec. 



CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS. -Con. 
Jobs in printing; master script. 

8 V. Eight filrastrip scripts. Con- 
tents: Layout and graphic design. — 
Typesetter. — Lithographic cameraman. 
— Photoengraver. — Offset pressman . — 
Letterpress operator. — Bookbinding. 
— Assistant production manager. 
© Coronet Instructional Films, a di- 
vision of Esquire, Inc.; l8Sep72; 
C27736. 

Pollution; master script. 5 v. Six 
filmstrip scripts. Contents: What 
is it? — Our air. — Our waters .--Solid 
wastes. — Pesticides and radioactive 
wastes. --What we can do. © Coronet 
Instructional Films, a division of 
Esquire, Inc.; l8Sep72; C27732. 
Seeing the Pacific Islands; master 
script. 4 V. Four filmstrip 
scripts. Contents: Regions and cli- 
mates .--Agriculture, fishing and 
manufacturing. --The people. --History 
and cultures. © Coronet Instruction- 
al Films, a division of Esquire, 
Inc.; l8Sep72; C27728. 
Seeing the Southwestern States. 6 v. 
Filmstrip scripts. Contents: S218-1 
--S218-6: Land and climate . --Natural 
resources. --Ranching, farming and 
fishing. --Industry. --Commerce and 
shipping. — History and people. 
® Coronet Instructional Films, a 
division of Esquire, Inc.; 3Nov72; 
C27903. 
Water and how we use it; master ^ 
script. 6 V. Six filmstrip scripts. 
Contents: Power .--Irrigation. -- ^ 
Drinking. — Indus try. --Transportation. 
--Recreation and conservation. 
© Coronet. Instructional Films, a di- 
vision of Esquire, Inc.; l8Sep72; 
027729- 

CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS. 

Consumer sense; KIO9-I--KIO9-IO . 1 v. 
Ten cassette scripts. © Coronet 
Instructional Mat-arials, a division 
of Esquire, Inc.; llAug72; 027576. 

CORRIGAN, ELIZABETH. 

Mrs. Jones. 5 1. Script. ©Empty 
Pockets Pub. Co.; 5Jul72; C27648. 

CORTESE, CLAUDIA. 

The juggler; a play in one act. 
7 1. © Claudia Cortese; 27Juli'2; 
DU84318. 

CORY, ROBERT MARK. 

A hole In the ocean; a screenplay. 
172 1. © Robert Mark Cory; 
2lAug72; DU84489. 

COSCARELLI, DONALD JOHN. 

Untitled. See MITCHELL, CRAIG 
FRASER. 

COSTA, BERNARD DA. See DA COSTA, 
BERNARD. 

COTHRELL, DAVID L. 

Corndoggie. See PINQERUT, MICHAEL L. 

COTTI, CLAUDE. 

Les exces de Xerxes; tragedie en 

trois actes. [Paris] Societe Acade- 
mique des Arts Llberaux de Paris. 
127 p. © Claude Cotti; 15Sep72; 
DFO-1915 . 

COUGET, DANIEL JOHN, JR. 

Media Cometh. 31 1- A play. © Daniel 

John Couget, Jr.; 200ct72; DU84992- 
The night the library burned. 4 1. 
A play. © Daniel John Couget, Jr.; 
40ct72; DU85110. 

COURCHESNE, MARC. 

The game of life; or. Why wait? Play 
in five phases. 17 1. © Marc 
Courchesne; 26Dec72; DU8564l. 



COYNE, MICHAEL. 

The ballad of Boris K.; a comedy in 
three acts, by Stan Schack, pseud. 
168 1. © Michael Coyne; 29Dec72; 
DU85568 . 
No one cries for cowboys; a drama in 
three acts by Stan Schack, pseud. 
66 1. © Michael Coyne; 12Jul72; 
DU84l67. 

CRADDOCK, KENNETH C. 

Catiline. 98 1- A play in 3 acts. 
© Kenneth C. Craddock; 24Aug72; 
DU84528. 

CRAIG, WENDELL BRADDOCK. 

A militant comes to Mayville . 27 1. 
Screenplay. © Wendell Braddock 
Craig; 9Nov72; DU85215. 

CRAIG, WILLIAM R. 

The All-American rip-off. See 
DANIELS, GLEM C. 

CRAIL, TED. 

The Amherst exit; or. Genius in the 
female; a screenplay. I56 1. 
© Ted Grail; 21Sep72; DU84780. 
The red-eyed wlggler; a screenplay. 
1 v. © Ted Crail; 21Sep72; DU84783. 

CrAKE, STEPHEN. 

Antietam. See SERGEL, SHERMAN 
LOUIS. 

CRAVEN, HAROLD JAMES. 

The Roberta Flack fan club, by Hal 
Craven. 69 1 . A play. © Hal 
Craven; 40ct72; DU84894. 

CREATIVE ADVERTISING CO. 

History of basketball. Spot no. 1-50. 
1 V. Fifty scripts. © Creative 
Advertising Co.; 21Sep72; 027779- 

CREATIVE MAIffiGEMENT ASSOCIATES, INC. 
1972 Creative Management Associates, 
Inc. presentation to the Hew York 
Society of Security Analysts. See 
FIELDS, FREDDIE. 

CREMIEUX, HECTOR. 

Orpheus in the underworld. See 
OFFENBACH, JACQUES. 

CRISWELL, W. A. 

What I believe about the second coming. 
1 V. Recording script. Appl. 
author: Sunday School Board of the 
Southern Baptist Convention, employ- 
er for hire. © Broadman Films; 
21Sep72; C27738. 

CROOKS, ALAN FRANKLIN. 

Walk-down; a play with two essays. 
Ann Arbor, University Microfilms 
Library Services. Microfilm. (Doc- 
toral dissertation series) 
© Alan Franklin Crooks; 310ct72; 
DP8182 . 



CROWN PUBLISHERS, INC. 
BEST AMERICAN PLAYS. 



See 



CROSSROADS MUSIC CO. 
Dorothy's prayer. 
DOROTHY. 



See NORWOOD, 



CROUCH, G. DEAN. 

A flower among the weeds; a musical 

play. 1 V. Two acts. Book & 

lyrics only. © G. Dean Crouch; 

50Au^2; DU84524. 
A man who believed in dreams; 

a screenplay for a movie. 84 1. 

A musical. Book & lyrics only. 

© G. Dean Crouch; 30Aug72; DU84525 . 

CROWDER, DAVID LLOYD. 

Police city; a screenplay; suggested 
from The private memos of a police- 
man, compiled & edited by Richard 
Durham. 209 1- © David L. Crowder; 
120ct72; DU84979- 

CROWN, PETER. 

Talkln' killer weed blues. Sheet. 
© Peter Crown; l4Aug72; C27529. 



CRUCIAKI, THOMAS. 

John, by Thomas Cruciani, Thomas 
Harmon, William Montvilo & Richard 
Sgrol. 1 V. A musical play in 4 
acts. Book & lyrics only. © Thomas 
Cruciani, Thomas Harmon, William 
Montvilo & Richard Sgrol; 250ct72; 
DU85077 . 

CRUSE, HOWARD R. 

Moonplay; three one-act plays. Clown- 
play; Warplay; Potplay. 1 v. 
© Howard Cruse; 6sep72; DU84648 . 



CRUTCHER, CHARLES W. 

Patrick Kelly versus Michael 0' Flaher- 
ty; a farce. 15 1. © Charles W. 
Crutcher; 8Aug72; DU84625 - 



CULLIMORE, CLARENCE, III- 

Archib&ld Inohworm has an adventure 
with a Wee Wizard. 33 1- A play 
in 5 scenes. © Clarence 
Cullimore III; 6Nov72; DU85186. 

CUMBOW, ROBERT C. 

The tree; a play. 83 1. Three scenes. 
© Robert C. Cumbow; llAug72; DU84435. 

■CUMMINGS, FORTESCUE CADWALLADER, pseud. 
See WELLES, RALPH EMERSON. 

CUMMINGS, IRVING. 

An entertainment for Elizabeth being 
a most excellent princely maske of 
the seven motions. See HOLLANDER, 
JOHN. 

CURRY, GEORGE WENDELL. 

The sore thumb. 206 1. Screenplay. 
© G. Wendell Curry; 28sep72; DU84839. 

CURTISj JAMES NEIL. 

Charles Kenderwing. 2 sheets. 

© James Neil Curtis; l4Aug72; 

027623. 
Eulogy. 5 1. Script. Appl. states 

prev. reg. 2Jul71, C25428. NM: 

additions 8: revisions. © James 

Neil Curtis; 14Au^2; C27624. 
Fog light girls. 3 1- Script. 

© James Nell Curtis; 20Sep72; 

C27770. 
Leave it to Beaver. Sheet. Script. 

© James Nell Curtis; 14Au^2; 

027 625. 
The little rascals. Sheet. Script. 

© James Neil Curtis; l4Aug72; 

027627- 
Nostrll City. 2 sheets. Monolog. 

© James Nell Curtis; l4Aug72; 027771. 
Ozzle and Harriet. Sheet. Script. 
© James Neil Curtis; l4Aug72; 

C27626. 

CURTIS, MEMPHIS E., JR. 

Rooster; a screenplay, music by Eddie 
Curtis. 2 V. © Memphis E. Curtis, 
Jr.; 8Aug72; DU844o6. 



CURTIS, NORMAN E. 

The centurion; and other religious 
plays. Grand Rapids, Zondervan Pub. 
House. 139 p. © Zondervan Pub. 
House; 2Feb72; A368707 . 

CUTLER, ROLAND. 

Over there; a screenplay by Ron Cutler; 
original story concept by Joe Keyes, 
Jr. & Ron Cutler. 107 1 . © Roland 
Cutler; 51Aug72; DU84591- 
Willie Dynamite; an original screenplay 
by Ron Cutler. 129 1. © Roland 
Cutler; 31Aug72; DU84596. 



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CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



141 



D 



DABBS, LOWELL. 

A funny thing happened ori the way to 
my funeral; a play in two acts. 1 v. 
© Lowell Dabbs; 19Jul72; DU842'(7. 



DABH, HALIM EL- . 

Ptahmose and the magic spell. Pt.l: 
The Osiris ritual. 1 v. A musical 
play. © Halim El-Dabh; 190ct72; 
DU85123. 

DA COSTA, BERNARD. 

Les adieux de la grande-duchesse . 1 v. 
A play in 3 acts. © Bernard 
Da Costa; 5Sep72; DU84560. 

Le bal des cuisinieres; comedle en 5 
actes. 1 V. © Bernard da Costa; 
4Dec72; DU85559. 

DADY, JEAN. 

Suddenly it's spring. See THIELEN, 
NANCY . 

DADY, LINDA JEAN. 

Darby Daniels' doughnuts; a children's 
stage musical in three acts. 1 v. 
© Linda Jean Dady; 240ct72; DU85093. 

DALE, ALAN. 

Agatha. I6 p. Six scenes. © Alan 

Dale; 2itJul72; DP8176. 
The world of Tony Christopher. 25 1. 
© Aldo Sigismondi a.k.a. Alan Dale; 
lJan6l; DP8177. 

b'AMOM;, PRANK. 

Room for your friends. See WALSH, 
ANN. ' 

b'AMOREj NADINE. 

^°°" ^oi" your friends. See WALSH, 

DANDO, HOWARD. 

Shark, face and the tart; a musical 
comedy. Book only. © Howard 
Dando; 5Sep72; DU84494. 
Sharks. 70 1. A play. Book only. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 5Sep72, 
DU84494. NM: revisions. ©Howard 
Dando; 13Nov72; DU85238. 

DANDOLA, JOHN. 

The lifeguard. 4-9 1. A screenplay. 
© John Dandola; 23Aug72; DU845l6. 

DANIEL, KENNETH C. 

Gladiola Thornbeak and the Glumburg 
miracle. 17 1 • A play in 6 scenes. 
© Kenneth C. Daniel; 28Sep72; 
DU84831 . 

Miss Lily and the frogfoot phantom; 
a melodrama for hand puppets. 1 v. 
A play in 5 scenes. © Kenneth C. 
Daniel; 28Sep72; DU84832. 

DANIELS, CHARLES WOLFGANG. 

Wolfgang for President. 2 sheets. 
Speech. © Charles Daniels; 10Jul72; 
C2758I. 

BANIELS, GLEN C. 

The Ail-American rip-off, by Glen C. 
Daniels S: William R. Craig. l4l 1. 
Screenplay. © Glen C. Daniels & 
William R. Craig; 240ct72; DU85089. 

DANN, VICTORIA L. 

Alternatives; a fantasy trilogy. 
The bridge at midnight; Lefto-tfers; 
The circuit bard, 1 v. ® Victoria 
L. Dann; 13Dec72; DU85538. 



DANOLDS, ALICE C. 

Beyond; screenplay. 1st draft. 153 1- 
© Alice C. Danolds & Diana Danolds 
Larsen; 24jul72; DU84ll4 . 



DANTE, ALIGHIERI. 

The second level. See NICA3TR0, 
WALTER. 



DARIEN, THOMAS, pseud. See DERSINSKi:, 
THOMAS . 

DARION, ANITA. See WARREN, ANITA 
DARION. 



DARLING, PRANK, pseud. See D'AMORE, 
PRANK. 

DARLING, NADINE, pseud. See D'AMORE, 
NADINE. 

DARNELL, AUGUST, pseud. See BROWDER, 
THOM DARNELL. 

DA ROCHA MIRANDA, EDGARD. See ROCHA- 
MIRANDA, EDGARD DA. 

DARRELLE, DARVI, pseud. See MORGENSTERN, 
ARLEEN. 

DART, GREG. 

The scourge of Scrubby Vermin. See 
BOSQUE, JOSEPH. 

DASSIN, RICHEL. 

I don't want to die-an idiot. See 
WOLINSKI, GEORGES. 

DAVICH, VICTOR. 

Burnt out; a screenplay. I3I 1. 
© Victor Davich; l8Dec72; DU85580 . 

DAVIDSON, CARSON. 

Left-handed submarine. 148 1. Screen- 
play. Appl. states prev. reg. 
lNov66, DU67142. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Carson Davidson; 
22Sep72; DU84788. 

DAVIDSON COLLEGE, DAVIDSON, N.C. 

The doctor in spite of himself. See 
MOLIERE, JEAN BAPTISTE POQUELIN. 

DAVIDSON, HERB. 

The adventures of Plnocchio; original 
script, music & lyrics by Herb 
Davidson & Charlotte Sanders. 2 v. 
© Charlotte Russe, Inc.; 150ct71; 
DP8121 . 

Alice in Wonderland; original script, 
music & lyrics by Herb Davidson & 
Charlotte Sanders. 2 v. © Charlotte 
Russe, Inc.; 150ct71; DP8120. 

Cinderella; original script, music & 
lyrics by Herb Davidson & Charlotte 
Sanders. 2 v. © Charlotte Russe, 
Inc.; 150ct71; DP8119. 

Jack and the beanstalk; original 
script, music & lyrics by Herb 
Davidson & Charlotte Sanders. 2 v. 
© Charlotte Russe, Inc.; 150ct71; 
DP8II8. 

DAVIDSON, JOHN BURTON. 

The Abbott Avenue Follies; a musical 
play. 45 1. One act. Book « lyr- 
ics only. © John Burton Davidson; 
21Dec72; DU85555. 

DAVIDSON, WILLIAM P. 

Who says we can't? A full-length 
comedy. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 
112 p. Three acts. © William P. 
Davidson; 110ct72; DP8I56 . 

DAVIES, PETER MAXWELL. 

Taverner; an opera in two acts. 
London, Boosey & Hawkes . 40 1. 
Libretto. © Boosey & Hawkes Music 
Publishers, Ltd.; 9Jun72; DPO-1896. 

DAVILA, JORGE. 

Teddy goes to the dentist. 1 v. 
© Jorge Davila; 7Dec72; C28129. 

DAVIS, AMALIE. 

The country's prayer. Sheet. 

© Amalie Davis; 310ct72; C27894 . 



DAVIS, ELAINE SKLAR, 

Those days in Lavender Court; a play 
in 3 acts. 82 1. © Elaine Sklar 
Davis; I5N0V72; DU85258. 

DAVIS, JOHN P. 

Black Jack Ketchum: an American 

legend; screenplay. Final revision 
Aug. 11, 1972. 145 1. © Wynne 
Pictures, Inc.; 30Aug72; DU84583. 

DAVIS, JOHN J. , JR. 

The united monarchy; I and II Samuel 
& I Kings 1-11. 1 V. (Institute 
of Theological Studies recorded 
lecture series) Twenty-four 
lectures. Appl. states prev. pub. 
as The birth of a kingdom. NM: 
adaptation, additions & revisions . 
©Outreach, Inc.; 22Dec72; C28138. 

DAVTS, JOSEPH, 

Inessa, inessa; a drama in three acts. 
69 1. © Joseph Davis; 21Nov72; 
DU85339. 
Sex and Will Shakespeare; a stage 
presentation in three parts. 83 1. 
NM: prologues & editorial arrange- 
ments. © Joseph Davis; 20Jul72; 
DU84154. 

DAVIS, LEE CHARLES. 

Emergency. 1 v. A play. © Lee C. 
Davis; 30ct72; DU84885. 

DAVIS, LENKING A., JR. 

Satyr play. 36 1. © Lennlng A. 
Davis, Jr.; 190ct72; DU8505I. 

DAVIS, LUTHER. 

The end of Solomon Grundy; a screen- 
pla,y. 119 1. Based on the novel 
by Julian Symons. NM: dramatiza- 
tion, additions & revisions. 
© Luther Davis; 7Nov72; DU85207. 

DAVIS, MILBURH. 

Galllvantin' husband; a two aat play. 
35 1. © Milburn Davis; 24nov72; 
Dn85302. 

DAVIS, PATRICIA PAYE WALKER. 

The everlasting arm; by Pal Walker, 
pseud. 81. A play. © Patricia 
Paye Walker Davis; lAug72; DU84350. 

DAVIS, RUSSELL PORTER. 

Cinderella. 34 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Russell Porter Davis; 17Nov72; 
DU85276. 

Elves and maintenance men. 52 1. 
A play in 3 acts. © Russell Porter 
Davis; 15Nov72j DU8526O. 

Goliards and trogs . 23 1 . A play 

in 2 acts. © Russell Porter Davis; 

17Nov72; DU85278, 
A royal dream; a children's play. 

45 1. Two acts. © Russell Porter 

Davis; 17Nov72; DU85277. 

DAWSON, MILDRED A. 

Target yellow phonetic analysis kit; 
tape recording scripts. By Mildred 
A. Dawson, Robert P. Hilder & 
Maurice Poe. 1 v. © Field Educa- 
tional Publications, Inc.; 27Jul72; 
C27643 . 

DAWSON, WINSTON P. 

Little Red Riding Hood; a play in 
three acts. 45 1 . © Winston P. 
Dawson; l60ct72; DU85016. 

DAY, TOMMY MICHAEL. 

The long way home; an original drama 
by Mike Day & Doug Sexton. 7 1. 
Nine scenes. © Joyful Noise, Inc.; 
20Nov72; DU856II. 

Merry Xmas; an original drama by Mike 
Day & Doug Sexton. 6 1. Seven 
scenes. ©Joyful Noise, Inc.; 
20Nov72; DU85612. 



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July-Dec. 



DAY, TOMMY MICHAEL. -Con. 

Once upon a time: reality; a new, 

original drama by Mike Day & Doug 

Sexton. 6 1. ® Joyful Noise, Inc.; 

aONov72; DU856IO. 
The one nighter; an original drama by 

Mike Day & Doug Sexton. 1 v. 

Three scenes. © Joyful Noise, Inc.; 

20Nov72; DU856I3. 



DAYSPRING PRESS. 
From time to time. 
MARY. 



See PAYNE, 



DEAD SEA MUSIC, INC. 

For works claimed by Dead Sea Music, 
Inc. See CARLIN, GEORGE. 

DE ALARCON, PEDRO ANTONIO. See 
ALARCON, PEDRO ANTONIO DE. 

DEAN, CLIFFORD. 

The dark scream; a play in one act. 
22 1. © Clifford Dean; SJulTSj 
DU84075- 

DEAN, NORMAN, pseud. See VAN DIEST, 
NORMAN H. 

DEAK, ROSfiOE, JR. 

A ballad to George Wallace. See 
GREENE, LEANDER. 

DEARTH, NONA. 

The longest journey; a play in three 
acts with prologue. 127 1. © Nona 
Dearth; 250ct72; DU85155. 

DEBRONCKART, JACiJUES. 

Les aventures de Tom Jones. See 
STREET, JEAN. 

DE COSTA, PREDERICKA. 

Baby needs a new pair of shoes; screen- 
play. 1 V. © Fredericka De Costa; 
100ct72; DU84948. 
Baby needs a new pair of shoes; screen- 
play based on a story by Howard R. 
Ransom. 128 1. Appl. author: 
Howard R. Ransom, employer for hire. 
Appl. ti.: 7 come 11, baby needs a 
new pair of shoes, © Howard Ray- 
mond Ransom; 24oct72; DU85075. 

DE FORD, RONALD WAYNE, 

Fantasy one: X, I love you; a play 
by Ron De Ford, 1 v. A musical. 
® Ronald Wayne De Ford; lDec72; 
DU85435. 

DE GIRALAMO, LUKE, pseud. See 
GIAQUINTO, EARL ANTHONY. 

DEIHL, CHERI. 

Fallout. See SOHL, CHRISTOPHER LEE. 

DEIHL, LARRY B. 

Fallout. See SOHL, CHRISTOPHER LEE. 

DEKKER, THOMAS. 

The shoemakers' holiday. See ARGENTO, 
DOMINICK. 

DEKOVEH, REGINALD. 

Robin Hood. See ALLEN, RICHARD K. 

DEL COL, JEFFREY ANTHONY. 

Marlowe's death. 70 1. Three acts. 
© Jeffrey Anthony Del Col; 8Au^2; 
DP8086. 

DE LEON, JACK. 

The firsta family. Side A-B. 
By Jack De Leon, Ed Monaghan & 
Anne Monaghan. 1 v. Recording 
script. © Poppy Music; 21Jul72; 
027492. 

DELGADO, RAMON. 

The little toy dog, a play in one act. 
Boston, Baker's Plays. 21 p. 
(Baker's royalty plays) Book & 
lyrics only, © Ramon Delgado; 
lAug72; DP8056. 



DELIGIO, FRANCIS T. 

Macbeth. See PANELLA, JOHN V. 

DELISA, VICTOR V. 

Moses, Prince of Egypt; a musical 
drama by Lafayette J. Robertson; 
music by Victor V. DeLlsa. 1 v. 
Two acts. © Victor V. DeLlsa; 
40ct72; DU84901. 

DELL, CLAUDIA. 

The art of being a complete woman. 
1 V. © Claudia Dell; 170ct72; 
C27847 , 

DELL, PERRY D. 

Legend of Zuman; original screenplay. 
1 V. © Perry D. Dell; 20ct72; 
DU84862. 
Rip off; an original screenplay; from 
a story by Perry D. Dell & Rudolph 
Johnson, Jr. Il4 1. © Perry D. 
Dell; 200ct72; DU84989. 

DELL RUB." CO., INC, 

Famous American plays -of the 1960's. 
See CLURMAN, HAROLD. 

DELMAR, DICK. 

It pays to know your Bible; a tele- 
vision and/or radio program. 5 1. 
© Dick Delmar; l4Aug72; 027559- 

DELUCA, HENRY. 

Allee allee in free. See WAGG, 
ROBERT A. 

DE LYS, ELIZABETH, pseud. See PRILL, 
ELIZABETH A. 

DE MATTEO, DONNA. 

The ex-expatriate. 1 v. A play in 3 
acts. Appl. ti.: The ex ex-patriot. 
© Donna De Matteo; 30Aug72; DU84581. 

DEMO IRE, JACQUIH F. 

A second time around. See BARNETT, 
ROBERT JAMES. 

DE MOLINA, TIRSO. See MOLINA, TIRSO DE . 

DENBO, MICHAEL. 

Eames Place. See FRIEDMAN, THOMAS. 

DENHOLTZ, ELAINE. 

How Henry Funck learned to become an 
assertive person; a motion picture 
script. 54 1. © Elaine Denholtz; 
27NOV72; PU85395- 

DEUOEL, EDITIONS, 
Jean de Bourges. 



See DUPARC, ERIC. 



DENT, JOHN B., JR. 

A code duello coda; or, A great reck- 
oning in a little room. I5I 1- 
A play in 2 acts. English. © John 
Dent; l8Dec72; DU85497. 

D'ENTREMONT, JAMES E. 

Circles; a play in one act. 50 1. 
© James E. D'Entremont; 4Dec72j 
DU85442. 



666; a play in two acts. 
© James E. D'Entremont; 
DU84407 . 



5 1. 
Aug72; 



DE QUINTAL, LAWRENCE ALAN. 

At last! A play. I96 1. Three 
acts. © Lawrence A. de Quintal; 
150ot72; DU84995. 



DERIO PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
Girls are for loving. 
DON. 



See SCHAXN, 



DERKS, MICHAEL JOE. 

The sheik; shooting script by Hik. 
Derks. 22 1. © Michael Joe Derks; 
I8sep72; DU8474g. 



DERRINGER, WILLIAM. 

Twenty-twenty vision; a one-act play. 
20 1. © William Derringer; 13Sep72; 
DU84617 . 

DERSINSKI, THOMAS. 

Extravagance for two kings; a new 
musical fantasy in two acts by 
Thomas Darien, pseud., & Edward Six, 
pseud, of Edward Madish. 1 v. 
© Edward Six & Thomas Darien; 
27NOV72; DU85388, 

DESERIO, MARIE L. 

Haven's nest. See LAVALLE, THOMAS 
A., JR. 

DEUTSCH, BARBARA. 

The ballad of Emily and Gabriel; a 
musical play. 1 v. One act. 
© Barbara Deutsch; 60ct72; DU84847 . 



DEVENSKY, DAVID. 

The gramophone man; a film. 1 v. 
© David Devensky; llSep72; DU84677 • 

DE VINCENTIS, ADOLPH. 

U.S.E.; lecture, thesis, synthesis. 
By Mark Plato, pseud. 3 !• 
Appl. ti.: U.S.E., the unicratic 
states of earth. © Adolph 
De Vlncentis; 25Aug72; C27656. 



devmo, joe. 

Virgin. See 



O'REILLY, JOHN. 



DEWEY, PRISCILLA B. 

Rip's new Winkle [i.e. wrinkle] 
See REPPUCCI, ARNOLD. 

DEWITT, DAVID AUSTIN. 

Flim flam in the fan; a play in 21 
scenes by Dave Austin, pseud. 21 1. 
© David A. DeWitt; 260ct72; DU85IOI. 

DEY, GEORGE RAYMOND. 

Bloody Mary; a historical play by 
Robert Allyn Dey, pseud. 1 v. 
Three acts. © Robert Allyn Dey; 
15Aug72; DU84449. 

DEY, ROBERT ALLYN, pseud. See DEY, 
GEORGE RAYMOND. 

DIAZ, WILLIAM. 

Fate loves a Best. 42 1. A play in 
2 acts. © William Diaz; 26Jul72; 
DU84311. 

DI BIASI, COSTABILE. 

Momma Bo. 58 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Costablle Di Biasi; 22Deo72; 
DU85629, 

Saint Joan of Arc ' s memorial school 
for gifted children. 1 v. A play 
in 3 ;acts. © Costablle Di Biasi; 
15Aug72; DU84451. 

DICKASON, ALBERT. 

The ninth; a suspense play in three 
acts. 1 V. © Albert Dickason; 
l6Aug72; DU84457. 

DICKeiIS, CHARLES. 

A Christmas carol. See LEHMANN, 

THEODORE E. 
Scrooge. See TRUSSELL, CHRISTOPHER. 

DICKENSON PUB. CO., INC. 

The challenge of the theatre; an 
introduction to drama. See STYAN, 
J, L. 

DICKERSON, LESTER. 

Elohlm; a stage and T.V. play. 57 p. 
© Lester Dlckerson; 23Jun72; DP8097 . 



DICTATION DISC CO. 

How to sell the DDC wireless 
headset. See VISAGGI, JOHN. 



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143 



DIEB, RONALD KENNETH. 

The bear' who stole birthdays; a play 
for children by Ron Dieb. 24 1. 
A musical. Book only. © Ronald 
Kenneth Dieb; 50ct72; DU84856. 

Headaches, heartaches, and Innocence 
be damned; a one-act play for 
Readers' Theatre. By Ron Dieb. 
25 1. © Ronald Kenneth Dieb; 
50Aug72; DU84631. 

The mating of Alice May; or, Happy 
birthday. Max. A sexual fantasy in 
one act, by Ron Dieb. 31 1. 
® Ronald Kenneth Dieb; 30Aug72; 
DU84630. 

DIEDERICH, JAMES ROBERT. 

Children of the night; a musical drama 
for radio. 51 1. Book & lyrics 
only. © James Robert Diederich; 
27NOV72; DU85282. 

DIETZ, NORMAN D. 

Le drugstore; five short plays for 
two players. 25 1, Appl. states 
prev. reg. 6Mar69, DU73992. NM: 
additions & revisions. © Norman 
D. Dletz; 12Nov72; DP8209. 
Jhe' phonebooth fable. 11 1. 

© Norman D. Dietz; 12NoV72; ■DP8210. 

DIGGS, CHARLES N. 

Harlem on my mind; a screenplay by 
Norman Charles, pseud. 1 v. 
© Norman Charles; 31Jul72; DU84339. 

Dl GIOVANNI PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

Call of the devil cult. See GROSS, 
GEKRY. 

DILDAY, RUSSELL, JR. 

Planning Christmas observance. 25 1. 
Tape script. Appl, author: Sunday 
School Board of the Southern Bap- 
tist Convention, employer for hire. 
© Broadman Films; 6Nov72; C28007. 

DILLMAN, SHIRLEY. 

Frames of winter; a play. 137 1. 
Two acts. © Shirley Dillman; 
29Dec72; DU85664. 

Weigh the night; a play. 157 1. 
Four scenes. © Shirley Dillman; 
6Ju172; DU84101. 

DINERMAN, PAMELA ANN. 

Well, welcome me, by Pam Dinerman & 
Donna Grlesser. 1 v. A musical 
play. ® Pam Dinerman & Donna 
Griesser; 5Jul72; DU84o86. 

DISNEY, STANLEY E. 

The cast iron tulip; a one-act comedy. 
28 1. © Stanley E. Disney; 3Nov72; 
DU8513I. 



DISTLER, PAUL ANTONIE. 

That new treed. See KENNEDY, 
CHABLES A. 

DISTRIBUTION ASSORTATIVE OF AMERICA, 

INC. 

The United States Association for 
the 1976 Universal and Inter- 
national Exposition, Inc. See 
MICHA, CHARLES. 

DITLEA, STEVE. 

Brother man, by Steve Ditlea & Hector 
lino, Jr. 94 1. A screenplay. 
Appl. states prev. reg. l8May72, 
DU83627. NM: additions 8c revisions. 
© Steve Ditlea & Hector Lino, Jr.; 
8Dec72; DU85495. 

DIXON, JANICE THORNE. 

When the winds whisper; a Navajo play. 
75 1. Three acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 26jan72, DU824o6. NM: 
additions & revisions. © Janice 
Thorne Dixon; l4jul72; DU84200. 



DIXON, JAY B. 

The divine deity of government. 9 1. 
Script. © Jay B. Dixon; 28Sep72; 
DU8485O . 

DIXON, JESS?. 

Amazing grace. See MENDELSOHN, 
FRED. 



See BENJAMIN, LEE. 



DIXON, RICHARD M. 
Spittin' image. 

DIXON (RICHARD M.) INC. 

Spittin' Image. See BENJAMIN, LEE. 

DOBRUSHKEN, BRIAN. 

Stygian afterthoughts. 1 v. A play 
in 2 acts. © Brian Dobrushken; 
l8Sep72; DU84939. 

DOBSKI, DEBORAH LYNN. 

Independence Day celebration; original 
screenplay. 1 v. © Deborah Lynn 
Dobski; 21Jul72; DU84294. 

DOCTOR KNOW, pseud. See MITCHELL, 
ELLIS N. 

DODAL, KAREL. 

Dodal 1972 series. 1 v. Pour plays. 
Contents: Private entrance. — The 
magician. --The china doll. — Silente 
room no. 13. Appl. States prev. reg. 
10Aug71, DU8086O. NM: additions & 
revisions. © Karel Dodal; 27Jul72; 
DU84314. 

DODGSON, CHARLES LUTWIDGE. 

Alice in Wonderland. See MCGOKMAN, 
JIM. 

DOLL, KATHLEEN F. 

Cinderella. See KRENZKE, RAYMOND E. 

DOLLARD, FRANK DREW. 

Struensee; being the true history of 
a king and a country doctor by John 
Francis, pseud., & Ramsay Fifield. 
152 1. Screenplay. © John Francis 
& Ramsay Fifield; 22Dec72; DU85635. 

DON, KEN, pseud. See MCKINNON, 
CAMPBELL. 

DONAHUE, JOHN. 

Postcard from Morocco. See ARGENTO 
DOMINICK. 

A wall. See GREENBERG, ALVIN. 

DONAHUE, JOHN C. 

How could you tell? Written by John C. 
Donahue, music by Roberta Carlson. 
69 1. A play in 16 scenes. Book & 
lyrics only. © Children's Theatre 
Company of the Minneapolis Society of 
Fine Arts; 20Jul72; DU84ll9. 

Old Kieg of Malfi; written, designed & 
directed by John C. Donahue, music 
by Roberta Carlson. 55 1. A play 
in 13 scenes. Book only. © Chil- 
dren's Theatre Company of the Minnea- 
polis Society of Fine Arts; 20Jul72; 
DU84290. 



DONAHUE, JOHN CLARK. 

The cookie j'ar; written by John Clark 
Donahue, music composed by Roberta 
Carlson. I06 1. A play in l4 
scenes. Book Sc lyrics only. © Chil- 
dren's Theatre Company of the Minnea- 
polis Society of Fine Arts; 20Jul72; 
DU84068. 



DONAHUE, MILDRED. 

Children's world; lyrics by Gregory 
Allen, music by Joyce Hitchkock. 
5 1. Script. Book & lyrics only. 
Appl. states song prev. reg. 5May72, 
EU32822O. © Mildred Donahue; 21Aug72; 
DU84366 . 



DONEGAN, ELLEN, pseud. See APELGREN, 
CARMEN ELLEN. 

DONNELLEY (REUBEN H. ) CORP. 

Basic telephone selling skills. Pt.l. 
Test ed. #2. Prepared by Learning 
Technology. 3 v. 3 tape scripts. 
©Reuben H. Donnelley Corp.; 5Jun72; 
C27495. 

DONNIE, pseud. See ERNST, DONALD F. 

DORON, EUGENE, pseud. See REICHBACH, 

EUGEN. 

DOSTOEVSKY, FEODOR MIKHAILOVICH. 
L'idlota. See CHAILLY, LUCIANO. 

Der Juengling. See LIEBLEIN, VJALTER. 
Raskolnikoff . See LIEBLEIN, WALTER. 

DOTTERER, RICHARD A. 

Saying goodbye; a play in three scenes 
by Dick Dotterer. 1 v. © Richard 
A. Dotterer; 29NovY2; DU854l4. 

DOYLE, SIR ARTHUR CONAN. 

Sherlock Holmes and the affair of 
the amorous regent. See FENN, 
JOHN W. 

DOYLE, JAMES J. 

Presenting the Tecumseh Company here 
live in this theatre; a new play by 
Jim Doyle. 1 v. Three acts. 
© James J. Doyle; 25Sep72; DU84791. 

DRAKE, J. D. 

A storm in the dorm; a comedy in one 
act. Boston, Baker's Plays. 18 p. 
(Baker's royalty plays) Appl. au- 
thor: Walter H. Baker Co., employer 
for hire. © Walter H. Baker Co.; 
21Sep72; DP8l26. 

DRAMATIC PUB. CO. 

The diary of Adam and Eve. See 

BUCCI, MARK. 
A doll's house. See PIA, ALBERT. 
The Invisible dragon. See CLAPP, 

PATRICIA . 
Lily Daw and the three ladies. See 

PERRY, RUTH. 

Tell me that you love me, Junie 
Moon. See ROGERS, DAVID. 

DRATFIELD, SHERfil FELT 

Concubine, by Sherri Felt. 47 1. 
A play in 5 scenes. © Sherri Felt 
Dratfield; 24Nov72; DU85559. 



DRIVER, JOHN S. 

The sound of one hand clapping; a 
parable told in word, song, and 
sword. 1 V. Two acts. Book Sc 
lyrics only. © John S. Driver; 
llAug72; DU84554. 

DRUCE, ARDEN. 

Three for the altar, by Arden Druce & 
Carol Waters. 1 v. A play in 3 
acts. © Arden Druce & Carol Waters; 
29NOV72; DU85415. 

DRUMGOLD, CONNIE L. 

From Africa to Broadway; final script 
by Connie L. Drumgold, Denlse Hamil- 
ton & Lawrence F. Johnson. 7 1. 
Includes music for 2 songs. 
© Lawrence F. Johnson & Connie 
Drumgold; 20ct72; DU84897. 



DRYANSKY, GERALD. 

The wounded eagle; a screenplay by 
Joseph Dryansky, pseud. 180 1. 
© Gerald Dryansky; 17Jul72; DU84222. 



DRYANSKY, JOSEPH, pseud. See DRYANSKY, 
GERALD. 



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July-Dec. 



DUBOIS, THEODORE. 

Harvey's mother's song; a play. 134 1. 
Three acts. ® Theodore DuBols; 
7 Jul? 2; DU84l08. 

DU BROCK, NEAL. 

Framework for Roberta. 1 v. A pJ-ay 
in 2 acts. © Neal Du Brock; 50ct72; 
DU84908. 

DUCK, RONAlii R. 

For the honor and glory of America. 
See DUVAL, JOHN R. 

DUtlLEY, FRANK. 

The mouse trick. See VICTOR, LUCIA. 

MERfiEHMATt, PRIEDRICH, 

Der Besuch der alten Dame. See 

EINEM, GOTTFRIED VON. 
Der Mitmacher; Koraoedie. 104 1. Two 
acts. ® Reiss, A.G.; 30Nov72; 
DU85416 . 

DUESLER, WILLIAM E. 

Soul heaven. Sheet. Script. 
© William E. Duesler; 29Sep72; 
C27764 . 

DUHART, LARRY ALLAN. 

Silence is golden; a screenplay by 
Larry Duhart &; John Lowe. 89 1. 
® Larry Allan Duhart & John Patrick 
Lowe; lSep72; DU846l4 . 

DUKORE, LAWRENCE. 

Hamlet the Prince; a comedy with a 
couple of songs. Music by Danny 
Hurd & Sol Silberberg, lyrics by 
Lawrence DuKore . 90 1. Two acts. 
Loosely based onWm. Shakespeare's 
Hamlet. Book & lyrics only. 
© Lawrence DuKore; l80ct72; DU8504l. 

The stalker. See VOSE, KENNETH. 

DULING, DANIEL DALE. 

The pets; a tragicomedy in two acts 
by Dan Duling. 51 1 • © Dan Duling; 
27Sep72; DU84826. 

BUMAS, ALEXANDRE, FILS. 

The main-chance rag. See BREWSTER, 
TOWNSEND TYLER. 

DUNBAR, CLEMENT. 

Belfagor. See RESPIGHI, OTTORINO. 

DUNCAN, ROBERT LIGHT. 

Fermat's last theorem; a proof. 4 1. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 3May71, 
025049. NM: revisions. ©Robert 
Light Duncan; 8Sep72; C27855. 

Fermat's last theorem: a proof. III. 
4 1. Appl. states prev. reg. 5May71, 
025049 & 8Sep72. NM: adaptation, 
revision & additions. © Robert 
Light Duncan; 150ot72; C27839- 

DUNLAP, JANE. 

The cup; a one-act play by Jane Dunlap 
with Nancy Wynn. 22 1. © Jane 
Dunlap & Nancy Wynn; 310ct72; 
DU85059 • 

DUNLEVY, GEORGE P., JR. 

Get it all together. II6 1. A play 
in 3 acts. © George Dunlevy; 
8Aug72; DU84575. 

DUNN, BECCA FIZELL. 

The special death of the Finney 
MaoDodge, by Bartholomew Kimber, 
pseud. 175 1. © Beoca Fizell Dunn; 
17JU172; DU84214. 

DmiN, GEOFFREY. 

II ritorno d'Ulisse in patria. 
See MONTEVERDI, CLAUDIO. 

DUNN, TOM. 

If it were blue cheese? A children's 
play. JO 1. Seven scenes. ® Tom 
Dunn; 10JU172; DU84138. 



A man called Judas; a short play. 

4o 1. Two scenes. © Tom Dunn; 

27JU172; DU84316. 
Tribute; a remembrance in one act. 

26 1. © Tom Dunn; 240ct72; DU85088. 

DUNSTER, MARK. 

Storkwood; a play. New York, Linden 
Publishers. IO9 p. © Mark Dunster; 
3IJUI72; A370752. 
Wink; 'a play. New York, Linden Pub- 
lishers. 108 p. Three acts. 
Dunster; 31May72; A350272. 



Mark 



DUPARC, ERIC. 

Jean de Bourges; theatre de Eric 
Ollivier, pseud. [Paris] Denoel. 
171 p. Two acts. © Editions Denoel; 
30Jun72; DFO-l8g9- 

DURHAM, RICHARD. 

Police city. See CROWDER, DAVID 
LLOYD. 

DURMA, NORM. 

Interview of B. J. Thomas, June 19, 
197O; by Norm N. Nite, pseud. 
5 1. Script. © 3-N Productions, 
Inc.; 21JU172; C27473. 
Interview of Bo Diddley, June 11, 
I97I; by Norm N. Nite, pseud. 3 1. 
Script. © 3-H Productions, Inc.; 
21JU172; C27491. 
Interview of Bo Dlddly, Mar. 26, 1970; 
by Norm N. Nite, pseud. 3 1- 
Script. ® 3-N Productions, Inc.; 
21JU172; C27479- 
Interview of Carl Gardner, Mar. 26, 
I97O; by Norm N. Nite, pseud. 
2 sheets. Script. ©3-N Produc- 
tions, Inc.; 21JU172; C27475 ■ 
Interview of Conway Twitty, June 3, 
1972; by Norm N. Nite, pseud. 1 v. 
Script. © 3-N Productions, Inc.; 
21JU172; C27467. 
Interview of Danny & The Juniors 
(Danny Rapp, Joe Terry) June 2, 
1972; by Norm N. Nite, pseud. 
2 sheets. Script. © 3-N Produc- 
tions, Inc.; 2IJUI72; C27474. 
Interview of Earl Carroll, Mar. 26, 
I97O; by Norm N. Nite, pseud. 

2 sheets. Script. © 3-N Produc- 
tions, Inc.; 21JU172; C27489. 

Interview of Ernie Maresca; by Norm N. 
Nite, pseud. 2 sheets. Script. 
© 3-N Productions, Inc.; 5Jul72; 
C2736I. 
Interview of Gary U.S. Bonds, Mar. 26, 
I97O; by Norm N. Nite, pseud. 
Sheet. Script. ©3-N Productions, 
Inc.; 21JU172; C27488. 
Interview of Gene Chandler, Nov. 8, 
I97O; by Norm N. Nite, pseud. 

3 1. Script. © 3-N Productions, 
Inc.; 21JU172; C27476 . 

Interview of George Martin, June 19) 

197O; by Norm N. Nite, pseud. 

Sheet. Script. ® 3-N Productions, 

Inc.; 21JU172; C27482 . 
Interview of Hank Ballard; by Norm N. 

Nite, pseud. 2 sheets. Script. 

© 3-N Productions, Inc.; 5Jul72; 

027359- 
Interview of Jay and The Americans, 

Nov. 8, I97O; by Norm N. Nite, pseud. 

1 V. Script. ® 3-N Productions, 

Inc.; 21JU172; 027485. 
Interview of Joey Dee; by Norm N. 

Nite, pseud. Sheet. Script. 

© 3-N Productions, Inc.; 5Jul72; 

C27362. 
Interview of Little Eva, June 11, 

1971; by Norm N. Nite, pseud. 
Sheet. Script. © 3-N Productions, 
Inc.; 21JU172; C27483. 
Interview of Little Richard; by 

Norm N. Nite, pseud. Sheet. 

Script. ©3-N Productions, Inc.; 

5Jul72; 027360. 



Interview of Little Richard, June 3, 
1972; liy Norm N. Nite, pseud. 1 v. 
Script. © 3-N Productions, Inc.; 
21JU172; C27466. 
Interview of Lloyd Price, June 2, 
1972; by Norm N. Nite, pseud. 
1 V. Script. © 3-N Productions, 
Inc.; 21JU172; C27477 • 
Interview of Paul Anka, June 3, 1972; 
by Norm N. Nite, pseud. 1 v. 
Script. ® 3-N Productions, Inc.; 
21JU172; C27480. 
Interview of Peggy Lee, July 21, 

I97I; "by Norm N. Nite, pseud. 3 1- 
Script. ® 3-N Productions, Inc.; 
21JU172; C27481. 
Interview of Shirley & Lee (Shirley 
Goodman, Leonard Lee) June 2, 1972; 
by Norm N. Nite, pseud. 1 v. 
Script. ©3-N Productions, Inc.; 
21JU172; 027469- 
Interview of Sonny James, June 3, 1972; 
by Norm N. Nite, pseud. 1 v. 
Script. ©3-N Productions, Inc.; 
21JU172; C27486. 
Interview of The Casinos (Gene Hughes) 
Nov. 21, I97O; by Norm N. Kite, 
pseud. 2 sheets. Script. ©3-N 
Productions, Inc.; 21Jul72; C27468. 

Interview of The Clef tones, June 2, 
1972; by Norm N. Nite, pseud. 

1 V. Script. © 3-N Productions, 
Inc.; 21JU172; C27478. 

Interview of The Diamonds (Dave 
Somerville) and The Four Preps 
(Bruce Belland) July 14, 1971; 
by Norm N. Nite, pseud. 1 v. 
Script. ©3-N Productions, Inc.; 
21JU172; C27471. 

Interview of The Fiestas, June 19) 
I97O; by Norm N. Nite, pseud. 

2 sheets. Script. © 3-N Produc- 
tions, Inc.; 21JU172; C27470 . 

Interview of The Four Seasons (Bob 
Gaudio) June l4, 1971; by Norm N. 
Kite, pseud. 1 v. Script. 
©3-N Productions, Inc.; 21Jul72; 
C27484 . 
Interview of The Four Seasons (Frankie 
vain) June l4, 1971; by Norm N. 
Nite, pseud. 3 1- Script. 
® 3-N Productions, Inc.; 21Jul72; 
C27472. 
Interview of the Four Tops; Levi 
Stubbs 8= Abdul (Duke) Fakir. 
By Norm N. Nite, pseud. 13 1- 
Scrlpt. ©3-N Productions, Inc.; 
9Aug72; C27587- 
Interview of The Vogues, July 21, 
I97I; by Norm N. Nite, pseud. 1 v. 
Script. ©3-N Productions, Inc.; 
21JU172; C27487. 
Interview of Tony Bennett, June 19, 
I97O; by Norm N. Nite, pseud. 
2 sheets. Script. © 3-N Produc- 
tions, Inc.; 21JU172; C27455 . 
Interview of Vincent Bell, June 19, 
I97O; by Norm N. Nite, pseud. 
Sheet. Script. © 3-N Productions, 
inc.; 21JU172; 027490. 



DURSTON, DAVID E. 

Roulette; a new film project. HI 1- 
© David E. Durston; 31Aug72; DU84590. 

The Stonecrest specter. 91 1- Screen- 
play. © David E. Durston; 24jul72; 
DU84282. 

DURYEE, ANNICK JOURDAN. 

Public performance before two 
electric chairs. See GATTI, 
ARMAND. 



D'USSEAU, ARNAUD. 

Bledsoe. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 
© Arnaud d'Usseau; 110ct72; DU84968. 



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DUVAL, JOHN R. 

For the honor and glory of America, 
by John R. DuVal & Ron R. Duck. 
Acting version. 125 p. A screen- 
play. © John R. DuVal & Ronald R, 
Duck; 20NOV72; DU85571. 

CUVAL, PAMELA. 

To mother .with love. See POLITIS, 
WILLIAM. 

DYKHUIZEN, DOROTHY L. 

Little package, 52 1- A play. 
© Dorothy L, Dykhulzenj l6Nov72; 
DU85270. 

DYNATONE PUB. CO. 

If you see a ring around your bath- 
tub, baby you know I've left you 
clean. See TYSON, CLAY. 

Moon man. See TYSON, CLAY. 

DVIIAT6NE PUB. CO., 1»C. 

Get on the good foot. See BROWN, 
JAMES. 



E 



ER PRODUCTIONS. 

(■fhat's up? with Doctor K. 
KALATUCKA, RALPH L. 



See 



EARL, MARSHALL HOLMES. 

Be-lnn; a comedy In two acts. 1 v. 
© Marshall Holmes Earl; 26Aug72; 
DP8170 . 

EARL ROWLAND FOUNDATION. 

Picasso sculpture at the Museum of 
Modern Art. 9 1. Recording 
script. © Earl Rowland Foundation; 
24Nov72; C2802ii. 

EAST/teMEHIS MUSIC CORP. 

And we struggle. See TINSLEY, 

LARRY. 
Down home ups . See ANDERSON, JOHN W. 
Love consultations. See ANDERSON, 

JOHN W. 
Mary had a little joint. See 

TINSLEY, LARRY. 
Money takln' woman. See KING, 

ALBERT. 
Who made the man. See RICE, MACK. 

EASTAUGH, CAROL B. 

Lucky for us! A musical comedy by 
Frederick & Carol Eastaugh; words & 
music by C. Eastaugh. 1 v. Two 
acts. Appl. states prev. reg. 
27Mar64, DU59889. NM: revisions. 
© Carol B. Eastaugh & Frederick 0. 
Eastaugh; 6Nov72; DU8519I. 

EASTAUGH, FREDERICK 0. 

Lucky for us. See EASTAUGH, CAROL B. 

EASTON, RITA BERNARD. 

Jordan; an original screenplay by 
Rita Bernard. II9 1. © Rita 
Bernard; l4sep72; DU84714. 

EATON, DANNY W. 

The letter; The visit; Don Tomaso's 
last supper. Three one-act plays 
by Dan Eaton. 1 v. ® Danny W. 
Eaton; 30Nov72; DU85426. 



EBERT, CLARENCE GARBER. 

It is finished; a passion play. 1 v. 
Twenty- three acts. Book only. NM: 
dramatization & additions. © Clar- 
ence G. Ebert; llSep72; DU84620. 



ECKHARDT, EDGAR CHARLES, JR. 

The graveyard; a drama with mime. 
49 1. Two acts. © Edgar Charles 
Eckhardt, Jr.; 51Jul72; DU84346. 



EC TON, BOB. 

Star seven (The little star that 
couldn't shine) A musical play by 
Imogene Henderson, with music by 
Bob Ecton. 2 v. © Imogene Hender- 
son; lSep72; DU84610. 



EDDINS, MARTHA A. 

Rom! A dramatic composition. 55 1. 
Three acts. © Martha A. Eddlns; 
500ct72; DU85152. 

EDITIONS DU SEUIL. 

The clock. See ROBLES, EMMANUEL. 

EDUCATIONAL DIRECTION, INC. 

Classroom journeys. EDI 183. 6 v. 
Filmstrip scripts. Contents; A visit 
to a fire department .--A trip to a 
police station. --A trip to a sewerage 
plant. --Power plant. — Trip to an air- 
port. --A trip to a court. ® Educa- 
tional Direction, Inc.; 40ct72; 
C27808. 
Dollars and sense. EDI-92. 6 v. 
Filmstrip scripts. Contents: How 
money goes round and round. --Differ- 
ent kinds of money. --How money is 
made: -prices and profits . --How we 
borrow money. --How budgets work.-- 
How taxes work. © Educational 
Direction, Inc.; 40ct72; C27807. 
Life In the early American colonies. 
EDI-94. 6 V. Filmstrip scripts. 
Contents: The Mayflower experience. 
--Plymouth Plantation . --Colonial 
food. --Colonial shelter and defense. 
--Colonial crafts .--Religion, educa- 
tion, recreation and government. 
© Educational Direction, Inc.; 
40ct72; C27806. 

EDUCATIONAL PROGRESS CORP. 

Clues to reading progress. Pt.1-6. 
6 V. Tape script. © Educational 
Progress Corp.; l8Sep72; C27819. 
Motor skills development laboratory. 
17 V. Recording scripts. ® Educa- 
tional Progress Corp.; 22Sep72; 

c 27857. 

EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATES. 
Constructional geometry. See 

BRUNELLE, WALLACE J. 
General mathematics. See GRAY, AL. 
I/T/S beginning typewriting, pt.l. 

See HEWITT, SHIRLEY. 
Introductory accounting, pt.l. See 
HEMPEL, MARVIN W. 

Punctuation. See YERIAN, THEO. 

EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION ASSN. OP 

METROPOLITAN CLEVELAND. 

You, the supervisor; transcript of 
television production. Session 
no. 1-8. 1 V. Scripts. © Educa- 
tional Television Assn. of Metro- 
politan Cleveland; 51Jul72; C27554. 

EDWARDS, PENNY. 

Bill and his battle against the evil 
forces of destiny; or, Facin' up. 
By Penny Edwards & Bonnie Rattner. 
1 V. A play. © Penny Edwards & 
Bonnie Rattner; 5Jan75; DU8560I. 

Ickagiob A. Werst, by Penny Edwards & 
Bonnie Rattner. 1 v. A play. 
© Penny Edwards & Bonnie Rattner; 
3Jan75; DU85600. 



EGAN, JENNY, pseud. See MCGONIGLE, 
ANN. 



EGLASH, ALBERT. 

Beyond the drug crisis. 44 1. A play. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 17Dec71, 
59027. NM: dramatization. ©Albert 
Eglash; 5Sep72; DU84944 . 



EIGHT-NINE MUSIC. 
Doing the creep. 
JEROME. 



See MCLAUGHLIN, 



EINEM, GOTTFRIED VON. 

Der Besuch der alten Dame (The visit 
of the old lady) Opera in three acts 
after Friedrich Duerrenraatt's tragi- 
comedy; opera version by Friedrich 
Duerrenmatt, English version by 
Norman Tucker. London, New York, 
Boosey & Hawkes. 522 p. Study 
score. Appl. states prev. reg. 
26Apr72, DFO-1882, & others, mi: 
orchestral score. © on full score & 
English tex;t; Boosey & Hawkes Music 
Publishers, Ltd.; l4sep72; DF0-1904. 

EL, LEATRICE, pseud. See EMERUWA, 
LEATRICE . 

ELBERTSON, EDGAR, pseud. See SCOTT, 
EDGAR LLOYD. 

EL-DABH, HALIM. See DABH, HALIM EL- . 

ELDRIDGE PUB. CO. 

Up the stage over. See ANDERSON, 
ROBERT A. 

ELECTRIC MOVIE CO., LTD. 

Fast delivery. See MASSOT, JOE. 

ELFENBEIN, HIRAM. 

Sportsmanship. l4 1 . © Hiram 
Elfenbein; 12Jul72; C27388. 

ELIASSON, ARN. 

The doctor in spite of himself. See 
MOLIERE, JEAN BAPTISTE POQUELIN. 



ELISCU, EDWARD. 

Four from one; a bill of one-act 

plays. 1 V. Four plays. Contents: 
Law and order. — Taxi on the four- 
teenth floor. — Pride and protection. 
— The goddam school. © Edward 
Eliscu; 130ct72; DU84997 . 

ELLIOTT, PAUL C. 

Ledge, ledger and the legend; a play 
in one act. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. 
Co. 27 p. © Paul C. Elliott; 
10N0V72; DP8212. 

ELMS, ROBERT LEROY. 

Rotunda. See BROIDE, GLORIA. 



ELLIS, WILLIAM CHARLES. 

Almost any August; a comedy in three 
acts by William Charles, pseud. 
1 V. © William Charles; 16Nov72; 
DU85267. 



ELM PUB. CO. 

I am American. See GARDNER, JAY. 

ELSTON, ROBERT. 

Duck for cover'. A murder mystery 
with music by Robert Elston & Harvey 
Keith. 1 V. Two acts. Book & lyr- 
ics only. © Robert Elston & Harvey 
Keith; l8Dec72; DU85509. 

Our house; a play. 1 v. Three acts. 
©Robert Elston; 6Nov72; DU85I&7. 

ELVIDGE, MARCIA DEE. 

Is anybody there? A comedy in one act. 
19 1. © Marcia Dee Elvidge; 24jul72; 
DU84287. 

ELYRIA PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

P.S. your cat is dead. See KIRKWOOD, 
JAMES. 

EMANUEL, KAREN. 

Robin Hood. See ALLEN, RICHARD K. 



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EMERUWA, LEATRICE. 

Black magic — anyone? or. Give me that 
ole time religion. An historical 
morality play with rituals for black 
salvation, by Leatrice El, PSeud. 
1 V Appl. states prev. reg. gAugCl, 
DU81015. NM: editorial revision & 
additional text. © Leatrice Emeruwa; 
260c t72; DU85058. 

EMERY, THOMAS PAHKER. 

Me and Mr. Plngstock; a monolog. 

81.® Thomas Parker Emery; IBJulf^; 

EMILY, pseud. See BRADY, JAMES A. 

EMINHIZER, JAKES A., JR. >,^„,„oii. 
The bad, the worse, and the broccoli, 
or. The Green Baron's revenge. 
A western parody in one act by 
James Eminhizer & Michael Hynes. 
16 1. © James A. Eminhizer, Jr. & 
Michael R. Hynes; llDec72; DU85519. 

EMMANUEL, BENTLEY, pseud. See 
WOODWARD, KIRK. 

EMPRINGHAM, DOUGLAS ROOME. 

The outer night; a filmscrlpt by 

Douglas Derek Roome, pseud. 6? 1^ 

© D. R. Empringham; IJJulTS. uuotL,y. 

EMPTY POCKETS PUB. CO. .„„„„ 

Mrs. Jones. See CORRIGAN, ELIZABETH. 

ENDELSON, RICHARD W. 

Magica aexualls; original screenplay. 
41 1. © Richard W. Endelson; 
lODecTa; DP82S7 . 

ENRIGHT, LAURENCE. , 

The thesis; a play by Larry Enright. 
1st ed. New York, Exposition Press. 
56 p. Three acts. © Laurence 
Enright; 8Peb72; AJSgiS'* • 

fflglftK MUSIC CfiRP. 

Virgin. See O'REILLY, JOHN. 

EPSTEIN, HEDY. 

Alternative regional housing 

strategy. See LIBERMAN, SAMUEL H. 

EPSTEIN, RHEA. 

Jlmy; a ten-minute modern drama by 
Rhoma C. Burns, pseud. 6 1. 
© Rhoma C. Burns; 28Sep72; DU84971. 

EPSTEIN, ROBERT KENNETH. 

Which end is up? A film by Robert 
EJpBtein & Kenneth R. Haas. t2 1. 
Screenp^.ay. © Robert Kennet^h 
Epstein & Kenneth Robert Haas} 
iSnov72; DU85252. 



ESD^IAN, NICOLAl. 
Le sulcidalre. 
MAYA. 



See MINOUSTCHINE, 



ERICKSON, JAMES L. 

Don't go near the customer, by Eric 
James, pseud., & Robert Lane, pseud, 
of Robert Lane Pettlbone. 192 1. 
© Eric James (James L. Eriokson); 
l40ct70 (in notice: 1971); DP8l49. 

ERNST, DONALD F. 

Soul brothers; a one act sketch by 
Donnie, pseud. 2 sheets. © D. F. 
Ernst; 29Nqv72; DUSsJl-l?, 
With such symmetry; a three act play 
by Donnie, pseud. IO8 1. Book & 
lyrics only. © Donnie Ernst; 
llSep72; DU84621. 

ERWIN, SUSAN GRAHAM. See WILLIAMSON, 
SUSAN GRAHAM ERWIN. 



F'^KFY PHILIP E 

The'other graduate. 50 1. A Play in 
7 acts. © Philip E. Eskey; 270ct72, 
DU85II3. 

ESPOSITO, MRS. D. 

Camporla: the Manhattan trilogy. 
See CAMICIA, JIMMY LOUIS. 

ESQUIRE, INC, CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL 
FILMS. See CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL 
FILMS. 

ESftUIRE, INC. CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL 
MATERIALS. See CORONET INSTRUCTIONAL 
MATERIALS . 

ETRA, JONATHAN. 

Zuleika; or. Nothing exceeds like 
excess. 92 1. A musical play in 
2 acts. Based on Zuleika Dobson, 
by Max Beerbohm. Book & lyrics 
only. Appl. states prev. pub. 1911- 
NM: dramatization. © Jonathan Etra; 
20NOV72; DU85251- 

EUGENE, CONSUL. 

Rejoice! Man to be liberated at long 
last. 6 1. Lecture. Appl. author: 
Society of Universal Love, Inc. 
© Society of Universal Love, Inc.; 
30Aug72; C27690. 

EULO, KEN. 

Say hello to Daddy; a new comedy by 
Ken Eulo 8c Bob Frazler. 1 v. 
Two acts. © Ken Eulo & Bob Frazler; 
21Aug72; DU84485. 

EULO, KENNETH R. 

Another touch of Venus; a new play by 
Ken Eulo. 1 v. Two acts. © Ken 
Eulo; 40ct72; DU84895. 

EURIPIDES. , ^^ 

Iphigenia in Aulis; a translation for 
the stage by Edward J. Herson. 
50 1. A play. NM: translation, ex- 
cept for phrase quoted from Mari 
lowe's Faustus. © Edward J. Herson; 
9NOV72; DU85178. 
Medea. See VOLANAKIS, MINOS. 
Orestes; translation by H. C. Kim. 
(In Ritual, realism, and revolt; 
major traditions in the drama by 
J. Chesley Taylor & G. R. Thompson. 
New York, Scrlbner's. p. 604-647) 
© Hack Chin Kim; 13Apr72; A56O872 . 

EVANS, ANTHONY G. 

Ghetto blues. 37 1. A play in 3 
scenes. © Anthony G. Evans; 
19Dec72; DU85597. 

EVANS, BETTY. 

Coyote; a new play. 1 v. © Betty 
Evans; 2Aug72; DU84587. 

EVANS, EVA BOYD. ^ ^ ,„ 

Easter reflections; an Easter drama in 
two parts; written by Eva Evans, 
music arranged by Ruth Soraraers. 
16 1. Book only. © Eva Boyd Evans; 
300ct72; DU85072. 

EVANS, LAWRANCE LEE. 

The gentle touch. 8 1. A musical 
play in ^ scenes. Book & lyrics 
only. © Lawrance Lee Evans; 
50NOV72; DU8557't- 



EVELAND, JOYCE M. ^ . ^ 

That's what it's all about; a Christ- 
mas pageant with music for a chil- 
dren's choir. 91. Two acts. 
© Joyce M. Eveland; 20Dec72; DU85498. 

EWING, WILLIAM. 

Archimedes; a film shooting script. 
44 1. © William Ewlng; lAug72; 
DU848l4 . 

EXPERIMENT IN INTERNATIONAL LIVING, 
BRATTLEBORO, VT. 
Poly training tape. English level 

1-3, 1 V. 9 cassette scripts. 

© Experiment in International 

Living; 28Sep72; C27765. 
Poly training tape. Spanish level 1. 

1 V. 3 cassette scripts. 

© Experiment in International 

Living; 28Sep72; C27829. 



EVANS, PHILIP M. 

Pontoon; a musical comedy. 1 v. Three 
acts. Book 8- lyrics only. © Philip 
M. Evans; 270ct72; DU8507'*. 

EVArISTE. 

1 don't want to die an idiot. See 
WOLINSKI, GEORGES. 



FABER MUSIC, LTD. 

II rltorno d'Ulisse in patrla. 
See MONTEVERDI, CLAUDIO. 

FABIO, THOMAS ALBERT. 

Black genocide, 1 v. A screenplay 
in 7 acts. © Thomas Albert Fabio; 
6Dec72; Du85'+6o. 

FAERBER, CHARLES N. 

Cherubs twelve; a play in three acts. 
90 1. © Charles N. Faerber; 5Jul72; 
DU84090. 

PAGAN, THOMAS DUKE. 

To carry a nation; a movement in two 
acts. 96 1. © Thomas Duke Fagan; 
25Sep72; DU85122. 

PAIR, ANDREW J. 

All dressed up and no place to go. 
See FAIR, MARGARET M. 

FAIR, MARGARET M. 

All dressed up and no place to go. 

79 1. A screenplay. © Margaret M. 

Fair & Andrew J. Fair; 7Dec72; 

DU85482. 
Peter's denial. See PREHEIM, LYLE, 

ed. 
Say it, Amos. See PREHEIM, LYLE, ed. 
Zacchaeus. See PREHEIM, LYLE, ed. 

FAITH & LIFE PRESS. 

Job. See PREHEIM, LYLE, ed. 

FAITH MENNONITE CHURCH, NEWTON, KAN. 
Say it, Amos. See PREHEIM, LYLE, ed. 

FALARDEAU, GEORGE E. 

Finks dipped in cement don't float! 
A comedy in three acts by Sam Taylor, 
pseud. 91 1. © George E. Falardeau; 
260ot72; DU85IO4. 

FANARAS, CHRISTOPHER G., JR. 

This plane is being hijacked? By 
Chris Panaras, Jr. & T. J. Otworth. 
1 V. A screenplay in 8 scenes. 
© Christopher Panaras, Jr. & Thomas 
Otworth; 100ct72; DU85031. 

FANN, ERNEST L. , , ^ „ 

The Hymie Finkelsteln Used Lumber Co. 
103 1. A musical play in 1 act. 
Book & lyrics only. © Ernest L. 
Pann; 27Dec72; DU8555'*- 

PAREAST MEOTECH CORP. 

Dental telephone techniques . See 
BALL, VIRGINIA. 



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FAREMONT, HENEI . 

The kitchen oven; military vaudeville 
in 1 act; translated by Jean Kennedy. 
1st ed. Emmaus, Pa., Rodale Books. 
46 p. NM: translation. © Mrs. J. I. 
Rodale k.a. Anna Rodale; 15Mar72; 
DP8122. 

FAREAR, STRAUS & GIROUX, INC. 
Splendor and death of Joaquin 
Murleta. See NERUDA, PABLO. 

FARRELL, JAMES. 

Chrysallls; a ritual drama. 21 1. 
© James Farrell; 4Dec72; DU8544l, 

FARRINGTON, GLEN L. 

An event at Ford's Theatre; a play 
in one act. Boston, Baker's Plays. 
12 p. (Baker's plays for amateurs) 
Appl. author: Walter H. Baker Co., 
employer for hire. © Walter H. 
Baker Co.; 30Mar72; DP8075. 

FARRINGTON, JENNIFER. 

Rip's new Winkle [i.e. wrinkle] 
See REPPUCCl, ARNOLD. 

FARRUGGIO, SALVATORE G. 

Equal Justice for all; a new screenplay 
by Thomas George, pseud. 1 v. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 9Nov71, DU81707. 
NM: revisions, additions & deletions. 
® Salvatore G. Farruggio; 250ct72; 
DU85098 . 

FAST, MARCE L. 

What does Christmas mean to you? 

1 V. A musical play in 2 acts. 

© Marce L. Fast; 100ct72; DU85OO5 . 

THE FATAL GLASS OF BEER. 8 1. Dialogue 
continuity of 1955 photoplay. In- 
cludes lyrics for 1 song. Appl. 
author: Paramount Productions, Inc. 
© Raymond Rohauer; l4Jul72; DU84l60. 

FAULKNER, GAYLE KATHERINE. 

The witch that wasn't. See KOZACIK, 
KATHRYN VICTORIA. 

FAVICCHIO, JOHN. 

The Gargantuan case; comedy in one 
act. 24 1. © John Favlcchio; 
22Nov72; DU85345 . 

FffibER, NORMAN J. 

Monks. See MCCARTHY, MICHAEL J. 

FEINSTEIN, BARRY LEE. 

Cage of fear. 72 1. A play in 2 acts. 
© Barry Lee Feinstein; 10JU172; 
DU84130. 

FEINSTEIN, JOSEPH. 

Cousins; a screenplay by Joe Fein- 
stein. 78 1. © Joseph Feinstein; 
l8Dec72; DU85575. 

FELDMAN, LEE G. 

Rumpelstiltzkln; adapted by Lee 
Gallup, pseud. 27 1. A play in 

2 acts. © Lee Gallup; 28Aug72; 
DU84952. 



PfitDSHUH, DAVID. 

An Italian straw hat. 
DAVID . 



See BALL, 



PELT, GEORGE GRANT. 

Global peace for thinking people; 

audio-visual slide film presentation. 
Dp 1. Script. © George Grant Felt; 
l4Sep72; C27706. 

FELT, SHERRI. See DRATFIELD, SHERRI 
FELT. 

FENN, JOHN W. 

Sherlock Holmes and the affair of 
the amorous regent. 1 v. Two 
acts. Adapted from Sir Arthur 
Conan Doyle's stories. © John W. 
Fenn; 6Au^2; DP8106. 



FENNEBERG, HARRY GUSTAVE. 

The escapades of Scapin. See 

MOLIERE, JEAN BAPTISTE POQUELIN. 

FSSftUSON ASSOCIATES. 

The drunkard. See PEKGUSON, DAVID. 

FERGUSON, DAVID. 

The drunkard; or. Along the bottle 
trail. A new play. 26 1. Two 
acts. © David Ferguson & Ferguson 
Associates; 6Sep72; DU8506I . 

PERLITA, ERNEST, S.J. 

Timothy Jones; a play in four scenes. 
12 1. © Ernest Ferlita, S. J. ; 
llSep72; DU84678, 

FERREE, JUDITH. 

Dead pan lost; or. Give me another 

clue. A play in 5 acts. © Judith 
Ferree; 22Aug72; DU84502. 

The gypsy queen; or. Sorrow of the 

Romany. 39 1. A play in 2 acts. 

© Judith Ferree; 22Aug72; DU84505. 

FERRERO, DANTON D. 

The effects of gravitations and radi- 
ations upon the human being. 7 1. 
Lecture. © Danton D. Ferrero; 
l6Aug72; C27622. 

PERRO, SIMON. 

The man in the tricornered hat. 

See LEVIN, ROBERT L. 
The milleress of Arcos. See CASONA, 
ALEJANDRO. 



FEYDEAU, GEORGES. 
The happy hunter. 
BARNETT . 



See SHAW, 



PIEtlD EDUCATIONAL PUBLICATIONS, INC. 
Target blue structural analysis kit 

See HILDER, ROBERT P. 
Target yellow phonetic analysis kit. 

See DAWSON, MILDRED A. 

FIELD ENTERPRISES, INC. A. J. NYSTROM 
& CO. See NYSTROM (A. J.) & CO. 



FIELD, JANLEN. 

The celebration; by Ethan Blake, pseud. 

9 1. A screenplay. © Janlen 

Field; 15Sep72 ; DU84697 . 
The black stone; a play in one act by 

Ethan Blake, pseud. 56 1. © Janlen 

Field; 25Sep72; DU84795. 
Growing up; a screenplay by Ethan 

Blake, pseud. 34 1. © Janlen 

Field; 21Sep72; DU84828. 

The meeting; a skit by Ethan Blake, 
pseud. 51. © Janlen Field; 
25Sep72; DU84794 . 

FIELDING, HENRY. 

Les aventures de Tom Jones. See 
STREET, JEAN. 

FIELDS, FREDDIE. 

1972 Creative Management Associates, 
Inc. presentation to the New York 
Society of Security Analysts. By 
Freddie Fields & Buddy Howe. 1 v. 
© Creative Management Associates, 
Inc.; 7Dec72; C28122 . 

FIELDS, W. C. 

The barber shop. 14 1. A screenplay. 
Appl. author: Paramount Productions, 
Inc., employer for hire. © Raymond 
Rohauer; l4jul72; DU84159. 

The pharmacist. 11 1. A screenplay. 
Appl. author: Paramount Productions, 
Inc., employer for hire. © Raymond 
Rohauer; l4jul72; DU84l6l. 

PIFIELD, RAMSAY. 

Struensee. See DOLLARD, PRANK 
DREW. 



FINE, GERALD. 

La la! By Jerry Fine. 30 1. A play. 

© Gerald Fine; 8sep72; DU84668. 
The Thursday night self-Improvement 
class, by Jerry Pine. 56 1. A play. 
© Gerald Fine; 8Sep72; DU84669. 

FINGER, CHARLES J. 

Three plays: El enano. The bad 
wishers. The wonderful mirror. 
See BREUER, SANDRA SANDERS. 

FINGERUT, MICHAEL L. 

Corndoggie; by Michael L. Fingerut & 
David L. Cothrell. 1 v. A musical 
play in 2 acts. © Michael L. 
Fingerut & David L. Cothrell; 
25Aug72; DU84537. 

FINLEY, KAROL. 

My name is Money. 2 sheets. Monolog. 
© Karol Flnley; 27Jul72; C27506. 

FINLEY, ROBERT DONALD BENNETT. 
The global consensus to end war. 
10 1. © Robert Donald Bennett 
Finley; 21Apr72; DP8l43 . 

FINN, JOAN LOCKWOOD. 

Chicken Little; a play based on the 
fable. 7 1. An opera. Libretto. 
© Joan Lockwood Finn; 7Aug72; 
DU84592. 

PIRTH, BRIAN WILLIAM. 

Tires make sense; the universe is 
dimenslSnlfess . 1 v. © Brian 
William Firth; 100ot72; C28020. 

FISCHER, E. IVY. 

Tangent circles; a play in two acts. 
1 v. © E. Ivy Fischer; l8Dec72; 
DU85585 . 

FISCHER, LYNN H. 

A revised meaning of paradox. 5 1. 
Lecture. © Lynn H. Fischer; 
300ct72; C27893. 

PISCHER (S.) VERLAG, G.M.B.H. 
Die Schule der Atheisten. See 
SCHMIDT, ARNO. 



FISH, RICHARD. 

The Masked Marauder. 
DEBORAH . 



See LOWE, 



FISHBURNE, SKOTTOWE B. 

New alphabet for the non-braille 

blind. 3 1. Lecture. © Skottowe B. 
Plshburne; 25Aug72; C27658. 

FISHER, KEVIN. 

The brer facts; words by Em Messina, 
music by Kevin Fisher. 1 v. 
A play. Based on Tales of Uncle 
Remus, by Joel Chandler Harris. 
© Em Messina; 24nov72; DU85307. 

FISHER, RICHARD H. 

Paracelsus. 1 v. A play in 5 acts. 
© Richard H. Fisher; 28Aug72; 
DU84492. 

PISHMAN, KENNETH HARRIS. 

Law and order. See PASSER, IVAN. 

FITCH, KENNETH W. , JR. 

Commutation, by Ken Pitch. 17 1. 

A play. © Kenneth W. Fitch, Ir.; 

29Dec72; DU85669. 
Supper time, by Ken Fitch. 12 1. 

A play. © Kenneth W. Fitch, Jr.; 

29Dec72; DU85668. 

FLAMMER, PHILIP M. 

The military critic. 22 1. Lecture. 
© Philip M. Flammer; 15Sep72; 
C 27744 . 

FLANDERS, JOHN ALLAN. 

Osculum infame. See COLLIER, RON. 



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FLAXMAH, HARVEY. 

Preacherman meets wldderwoman 

bv Harvey Flaxman & Albert T. Vioia. 
107 1. A screenplay. Based on 
the piays. Poor Rudolph, Feather & 
The bell, ty Chet Mclntyre. 
© Harvey Flaxman & Albert T. Viola; 
28JU172; ro8in87. 
Snapshots. 76 1 ■ Screenplay. 

© Harvey Flaxman; 19JU172; DU84244 . 

FLEETWOOD, CLIFFORD WILLIAM. 

Governor's pardon. See RAY, DAVID. 

FLEISCHER-ANDERSON, RENATE. 

Where the buffalo roam. 175 1- 
Screenplay. ® Renate Fleischer- 
Anderson; 23Aug72; DU84861. 

FLEISCHMAN, FRIEDA. 

The deal; a play by Fredda Lauren, 
pseud. & Robert Fleisbhman. 1 v. 
Three acts. © Fredda Lauren & 
Robert Flelschman; 13Dec72; 
DU85468. 

FLSIsCHMAN, ROBERT. 

The deal. See FLEISCHMAN, FRIEDA. 

FLEISHER, ADOLPH. 

The wandering Jew; a screenplay by 
Adolph "Bud" Flelsher; from the 
novel of the same title by Eugene 
Sue. 257 1- NM: dramatization, 
additions & revisions. © Adolph 
Flelsher & Ethel Paige; 50Nov72; 
DU85422. 

FLEISHER, ADOLPH X. 

The bitter half; a play written by Bud 
Flelsher. 1 v. Three acts. Appi. 



tates prev. reg. Nov. 1971- 



PLINN, EUGENE C. 

Blessed are they which are prosecuted; 
a comedy in two acts. 54 p. 
© Eugene C. Flinn; 6Nov72; DU8519O. 

FLINNER, HARRY G. 

Love transcending; pantomime for use 
with the cantata by John W. Peterson. 
7 D. © Singsplration, Inc.; ^rsepCi; 
DPB175 . 

PLOM, LEONARD. 

Tower of Babel; presentation to 
William Morris Agency delivered 
orally. 7~1. © Marleh Enterprises, 
Inc.; 6Nov72; C27921. 

FLORY, ELIZABETH. 

A cozy corner by the freeway. 

Rev. Jan. 1970. 60 1 . A play in 
2 acts. © Elizabeth Flory; 4Aug72; 
DU84272. 



NM: 
additions. ©" Adolph X. Flelsher; 
l4Sep72; DU84907. 

FLEMING, BILLY CONN. 

The red blue-grass western flyer show; 
a musical play. written by Conn 
Fleming; music by Richard Foltz . 
1 V. Two acts. Book & lyrics only. 
Appl. states 6 songs prev. reg. as 
EU53735I. © Conn Fleming; 20Jul72; 
DU84l46 . 

FLETCHER, JAY, pseud. See FLETCHER, 
WILLIAM H. 



FLETCHER, LUCILLE. 

Night watch. New York, Random House. 

11? 0. Two acts. © Lucille 

Fletcher; 6ect72; DP8217 ■ 
Night watch; a play of suspense in two 

acts. Dramatists Play Service. 

74 p, © Lucille Fletcher; 250ot7^J 

DP8195 . 

FLETCHER, ROBERT H. , , „i„„ hv 
Fantasy in orbit; a musical PlfY ty 
Robert Fletcher & Catherine Wilson. 
1 V Three acts. Includes music 
for' 9 songs. © Catherine E. Wilson 
& Robert H. Fletcher; 100ct72; 
DU84859. 

FLETCHER, WILLIAM H. + B,r 

Miss Thing; or. Never as great. By 
jay Fletcher, pseud. 31 1- '^ P^^^' 
Includes lyrics for 2 songs. Appl. 
spates prev. reg. lApr70, DU7676l(. 
NM- additions. © William H. 
Fletcher; 8Aug72; DU8i|297. 



FLINN, DENNY MARTIN. 

At the sign of the mermaid; an 
Elizabethan musical. 1 v. Two 
acts. Book & lyrics only. Adapted 
from the sonnets & other writings 
of William Shakespeare. ©Denny 
Martin Flinn; 25Jul72; DU84155 . 



PLYHN, JEAM. 

Samson and Delilah. 
WOODWARD. 



See REGAN, 



FODOR, LADISLAS. 

Murder sonata; a play. 110 1. Three 
acts. © Ladislas Fodor; 120ct72; 
DU84983. 

FOGAETY, FRANCIS X. 

Call it Frisco; book & lyrics by 
Richard K. Arnold; music by 
Francis X. Fogarty. 171 P- Two 
acts. Book & lyrics only. APPji^ 
states prev. reg. 12Jul72, DU8588O. 
NM- revisions. © Bohemian Club; 
8Aug72; DP8090. 

FOLTZ, RICHARD. 

The red blue-grass western flyer 
show. See FLEMING, BILLY CONN. 

FONVIELLE, LLOYD W. 

Delphian moon, by Lloyd W. Fonvielle 
& Hugh J. McCarten. 93 1- Screen- 
play. © Lloyd W. Fonvielle & 
Caldeoot Chubb; l60ct72; DU85013- 

FORBES, ESTHER. 

Johnny Tremain. See HUMPHREY, 
DAVID . 



FORBES, KATHERINE. 
Calhoun's Christmas. 
BLANCHE. 



See THEBOM, 



FORD, FRANK B. 

%^Frank bT F'ord; 26Sep72; 



"waterman; a play. 42 1. Nine 



PORKEN, GERARD F. 

Will miracles never cease? A one act 
farce. 43 1. © Gerard F. Forken; 
llAug72; DU84431. 

FORM AN, JEROME J. 

The escape of Adam Cohen; a play In 
2 acts. 80 1. © Jerome J. Porman; 
l8Sep72; DU84743. 

FORRESTER, MARK, pseud. See WALDHERR, 
MARK. 

FORSCH, JOHN W. ..,„>. 

The adventures of Aaron Aardvark, 
a children's musical in one act. 
Script & lyrics by Irving M. Korman, 
music by John Forsch. 1 v. ^^_„.„ 
S Irving M. Korman; 3May72; DP8o49. 

FORSYTH, JAMES. 

Screwtape; a play based on the book 
by C. S. Lewis, The screwtape 
letters. Chicago, Dramatic Pub. Co. 
123 p. Three acts. Appl. states 
prev. pub. as Dear Wormwood, 
28Apr6l, DP43T2. NM: revision & 
modernization. © James Forsyth; 
10NOV72; DP8211. 

FOSTER, GREGORY. 

Searching; a tragedy of abused black 
minds. 225 1- Three acts. © Greg- 
ory Poster; 2Jan73; DU85627. 

FOWLER, CLEMENT DAVID. 

Take! A comedy. 1 v. Three acts. 
© Clement David Fowler; 22Jun72; 
DU84112. 



scenes . 

DU84767 • 

FORGIONE, JOHN. 

Bits and pieces. 18 1. Monolog. 
© John Porglone; 3Nov72; C27925 • 

City stories. 17 1- © ■J'^^n Porglone; 
15Dec72; 028095. 

Dld'ja ever wonder? 27 1- "°"°l°e- 
© John Porglone; 23Aug7S; C27649. 

in my old neighborhood. 44 1 Mono- 
log. © John Forgione; 25Sepf^, 
C27777 . 

Men - women. ,45 1- ,"°"°^?S- 2^444 
© John Forgione; 17Julf^, u<i(ttt. 

P. G. -parental guidance. 38 1. Mono- 
log. © John Forgione; IbOctf^i, 
C27844 . 

Telling tales out of school. J|9 1- 
Monolog. © John Forgione; 24Jul7"i, 
C27496. 

Toys. 24 1. Monolog. ©John 
Forgione; 20Hov72; C27990. 

True stories. 1 ^- »°"?2°^C27833 . 
© John Forgione; 120ct7i, ^^lo^J- 

Wanna go to a movie? I6 1. 

© John Forgione; 21Aug72; 027640. 
Whatta ya wanna be when you grow up? 

22 1. Monolog. © John Forgione; 

30Aug72; 027691- 



FOWLER, FLORA C. 

The ''Like to read" program_^ 



1 V. 



Flora C. Fowler; 270ct72; C27904 . 

FOX, BAMON ERROL. 

In the presence of mine enemy; a play 
in two acts by Ray Errol Fox. 1 v. 
© Ray Errol Fox; 21Nov72; DU8534l. 

POX, SARA. 

The birth of Christendom. See 
HARRIS, THOMAS MICHAEL. 

FOX, WILLIAM T. R. 

What is man. See INSTITUTE FOR 
RELIGIOUS & SOCIAL STUDIES, NEW 
YORK. 

FRAKES, JACK. 

Sally and Sam; a comedy in one act. 
S French. 34 p . © Jack Frakes; 
l6Aug68; DP8148. 



FRANCIS, JOHN, pseud. See DOLLARD, 
FRANK DREW. 

FRANCIS, MARILYN E., pseud. See TADIQUE, 
MARILYN 'E. 

FRANCISCAN COMMUNICATIONS CENTER, 
LOS ANGELES. 

Sounds of love. See WROBLESKI, 
EDWARD D. 

FRAM, SIDNEY A. 

Interesting times. See BROWN, 
RONALD M. 

FRANKLIN, FRAN. 

The magic thimble. See RUMPH, 
MARY. 

FRASCATORE, JOHN R., SR. 

Exploring i.t.a. with Dufus and 
Alfle; scripts & music. 110 1. 
Twenty-four puppet skits. © John R. 
Frascatore, Sr.; 17NovY2; DU85296. 

FRATTI, MARIO. ^ , „ 

Pour plays; with an introd. by Paul T. 
Nolan. The gift; The wish; The cof- 
fin- The Friday bench. Houston, 
Edgemoor Pub. Co. 110 p. © on 
special cohtertts; Paul T. Nolan; 
15Mar72; A573619. 



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149 



FRAZIER, BOB. 

Say hello to Daddy. 



See EULO, KEN. 



FRAZIER, MAX Y. 

It's personal--motlvate mel 5 !• 

Recording script. © Max Y. Frazier; 
130ct72; C27838. 

FREDERICK, ROBIN. 

Beulah land. 2 v. A musical play in 
2 acts. © Robin Frederick; l4jul72; 
DU84207 . 

FREED, HERB. 

The captive; an original screenplay. 
108 1. © Herb Freed; 20ct72; 
DU84865. 

FREEMAN, WAYNE H. 

The day I grew old, by Wayne H. 
Freeman & Robert Morse. 1 v. 
A musical play In 2 acts. Appl. 
states music prev. reg. 12Jun72, 
EU336576 . NM: dramatization, ar- 
rangement & 1 song. © Wayne H. 
Freeman & Robert Morse; 13Nov72; 
DU85256. 

FRENCH, BURT. 

So live and laugh at it all. 97 1. 
A play In 2 acts. © Burt French; 
19JU172; DU84242. 

FRENCH, JOAN. 

The congregation; a cartoon in panto- 
mime. 8 1. Five parts. © Joan 
French; 3Jul72; DU84059. 

FRENCH, PATRICIA GREENE. 

Honor without profit; a comedy in 

one act. 1 v. Based on an incident 
in the life of Mozart. ® Patricia G. 
French; 9Jun72; DP8048. 

FRENCH (SAMUEL) INC. 

David and Lisa. See REACH, JAMES. 
Duffy. See HIELD, MAUREEN. 
The kitten. See SHIRLEY, RAE. 
The ragvjoman of the shambles. See 

ROBERTS, DON. 
Red spy at night. See KING, 

ROBERT C. 
She was a lazy witch. See KIRK- 
PATRICK, JOHN. 
The trial. See BOOTH, ANTHONY. 

PRENI, PABQUALE N. 

Building forty^four; a retrospect in 
two acts by Pat Freni. I08 1, 
© Pasquale N. Frenij 16Nov72; 
DU85269. 

FRIEDENR, NEVA. 

Goin' to run all night; a screenplay 
by Neva Friedenn & Kenneth Haker. 
101 1. © Neva Friedenn & Kenneth 
Haker; l4jul72; DU84203. 

FRIEDLANDER, RONALD J. 

Talkin' Austin blues; by R. Turner, 
pseud. 5 p. © Ronald J. Fried- 
lander; 28Ju172; C27568. 

FRIEDMAN, CHARLES W. 

Reflections; a play in one act. 54 1. 
© Charles W. Friedman; 27Sep72; 
DU84825 . 

FRIEDMAN, HAROLD W. 

Where is my honeymoon? 54 1. A 
musical play in 3 acts. Book & 
lyrics only. © Harold W. Friedman; 
I60ct72; DU84963. 

FRIEDMAN, R. M. 

Termagantrac; book, lyrics Sc music. 
1 V. A play. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as Skool daze, 19Jan72, 
DU82348. NM: revisions. © R. M. 
Friedman; 7Aug72; DU84395. 

FEIEIMAN, THOMAS. 

Eames Place; an original screenplay by 
Thomas Friedman & Michael Denbo. 
75 1. © Thomas Friedman; 22Nov72; 
DU85347 . 



PRIESEN, LAUREN. 

For works edited by Lauren Friesen 
See PREHEIM. LYLE, ed . 

FRUMKER, SANFORD C. 

Occlusal treatment; an all day talk by 
Sanford C. Prumker & Norman R. 
Arnold. 119 1. Script. ©Sanford 
C. Frumker & Norman R. Arnold; 
100ct72; C27822. 



FUCHS, LEO, pseud. 
ABRAHAM LEON. 



See SPRINGER, 



FULLER, CHARLES H.. 

J.T. (Birthday) 25 1. Screenplay. 
© Charles H. Fuller; 270ct72; 
DU85353 • 

FULLER, CHARLES H., JR. 

The dynamic Jerry Bland and his 
Blandelles with the fabulous 
Miss Marva James; a play in three 
acts. 83 1. © Charles H. Fuller, 
Jr.; 29Sep72; DU84851. 

FULLER, GERALDINE S. 

Sharp knives and burning kisses; an 
original screenplay. 82 1. 
© Geraldlne S. Fuller; 250ot72; 
DU85097 . 

FULLER, LORENZO. 

Speed gets the poppys'; an anti-drug 
musical melodrama; book by Lila 
Levant, music by Lorenzo Fuller, 
lyrics by Lorenzo Fuller & Lila 
Levant. 1 v. Two acts. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 17Nov71, DU81786. 
NM: additions & revisions. © Lila 
Levant & Lorenzo Fuller; 25Sep72; 
DU84798. 

PULLER, NAlMAH. 

Turk Brothers, Inc. See ORTEGA, 
ANGIE. 

FULLER, THOMAS E. 

The electronic man; two one-act plays. 
The patient in Ward B is not improv- 
ing; The Graybers take tea at four. 
23 1. © Thomas E. Fuller; 50ct72; 
DU84911. 



PULTON, TERRY. 

Magic in Manhattan. 
RICHARD ALLEN. 



See LEWIS, 



FURLONG, INGRID. 

Myths and tales of the Maoris; a play 
for children by Ingrid Furlong, Lynn 
Schiel & Jon Beam. 7 1. © Ingrid 
Furlong & Lynn Schiel; 7Sep72; 
DU84660. 



G 



GABLE, JULIANHE, pseud. See APPLEGATE, 
JULIANNE . 



GABRIEL, SELVIN A. 

The revelation of T.A.L.E., the Teen- 
agers' Association for Law Enforce- 
ment. 110 1. A screenplay. 
© Selvin A. Gabriel; 10Aug72; 
DU84418. 

GABRYELSKI, JERZY. 

Queen Jadwiga; a screenplay by Jerzy 
& Victoria Gabryelski; English ver- 
sion by Stephen Kraus . 197 1. 
© Jerzy & Victoria Gabryelski; 
29Dec72; DU85596. 

GABRYELSKI, VICTORIA. 

Queen Jadwiga. See GABRYELSKI, 
JERZY. 



GAGE, WILLIAM D. 

Dermatology. Pt.1-3. 3 v. (Product 
scientific information) Recording 
scripts. Contents: Anatomy & 
physiology of the human skin. — 
Diseases & treatment. — Product 
Benlsone Gel, Appl. author: Tele- 
tape Corp. © Warner-Chilcott 
Laboratories, dlv. of Warner- 
Lambert Co.; l8Deo72; 028146-28147. 
28145. ' 



GALLE, JUANITA MAY. 

Mr. Goodfairy; a children's play. 
25 1. Four scenes. © Juanlta May 
Galle; 130ct72; DU85OOI. 

GALLIANI, STANLEY DANIEL. 

Words, by Dan Galllani. 31 1. 
Screenplay. © Stanley Daniel 
Galllani; l8Dec72; DU85495 . 

GALLlAfiri, LTD. 

Alive. See MADDOX, HUGH, ed. 
Honni soit qui mal y pense. See 

BARNES, PETER. 
Un jeu dienfants. See V?ALSER, 

MARTIN . 

Jim le temeraire. See KALISKY, 

RENE. 
One Friday in eternity. See 

BANYARD, EDMUND. 
L'ouvre-boite. See CARETTE, LOUIS. 
Le reve de Pierre Lhomme. See 

KOPS, BERNARD. 
Sante publlque. See NICHOLS, 
PETER. 

Le suicidaire. See MINOUSTCHINE, 
MAYA. 

Toi et-tes nuages. See WESTPHAL, 
ERIC. 

GALLUP, LEE, pseud. See FELDMAN, LEE G. 

GAMBINO, THOMAS. 

To Henry David. 2 1. © Sunrise 
Artistries, Inc.; 28Aug72; 027599- 

GAMBLE, JOHN. 

The invitation; a play in two acts. 
77 1. ® John Gamble; 28sep72; 
DU84838. 

GARABEDIAN, PAUL. 

The beast in the bird cage; or, Humpty 
Dumpty's country trial. A play with 
music for children. 69 1. © Paul 
Garabedian; 5Jul72; DU84509. 

GARCIA, GILBERT. 

Frankenstein's godfather: a screen- 
play by Gil Garcia. 84 1 . © Gil 
Garcia; l8Dec72; DU85584 . 



GARDNER, JAY. 

I am America; spoken recitation. 
2 p. © Elm Pub. Co.; 2Aug72; 
C27402. 



GARFINKEL, MELVYN. 

A family affair. 49 1. A screenplay. 
© Melvyn Garfinkel; 29Aug72; DU84571. 



GAROFALO, TONY. 

The now years. 4 1. Script. 

© Tony Garofalo; 15Aug72; C27556 . 

GARRICK, EDWARD ARTHUR. 

I donated ray body to science; a film- 
script. 68 1. © Edward Garrick; 
lNov72; DU85163. 

GARRIGA, JUANA. 

Arriba la llcenoia matrimonial; o. For 
amor al arte. Comedia satirica, 
1 V. Five acts. © Juana Garriga; 
22Aug72; DU85335. 



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July-Dec. 



GARRISON, DAVID. 

Wonderful one times one, the days 
of e. e. cummlngs; a theatre piece 
in poetry & movement arranged by 
Evangeline Machlin; musical score 
composed by David Garrison, kb 1. 
Two parts. © Evangeline Machlin; 
28ju172; DU84l9t. 

GARRONI, WILLIAM. 

They killed another bandit. See 
BRO'ffl, JIMMY. 

GARTH, GARLAND ¥. 

Age of miracles; 5 act play. 

1 V. © Garland W. Garth; l'ihngI2i 

mSifj 68. 

GASSNER, JOHN. See 
BEST AMERICAN PIAYS. 

GATTI, ARMAND. 

Public performance before two electric 
chairs; translated by Annick Jourdan 
Duryee & Penelope Kuhn. 104 1. 
A musical play. Book & lyrics only. 
NM: translation. © Annick Jourdan 
Duryee & Penelope Kuhn; 7Aug72; 
DU8li267 . 



GAULTOIS, DALUS. 

When the clock strikes. 
CLEMONS, JOHN. 



See 



GAUTHIER, RICHARD F. 

Ethan Brand; a one act dramatic inter- 
pretation of a short story by 
Nathaniel Hawthorne; by Dick Gauthier. 
1 V. NM: dramatization & additions. 
© Richard P. Gauthier; 26Jul72; 
DU84150. 

My kinsman. Major Molineux; a one act 
interpretation of a short story by 
Nathaniel Hawthorne; by Dick 
Gauthier. 19 1. NM: dramatization 
& additions. © Richard F. Gauthier; 
26JU172; Du8'n4g. 

Young Goodman Brown; a one act 

dramatic interpretation of a short 
story by Nathaniel Hawthorne; by 
Dick Gauthier. 1 v. NM: dramatiza- 
tion & additions. © Richard F. 
Gauthier; 26Jul72; Du8'tl48. 



GAVIN, FREDERICK J. 

A child's hospital story. 5 1. 
© Frederick J. Gavin; 22May72; 
C27326. 

Journey through the oceans, by Fred 
Gavin. 53 1- ® Frederick J. Gavin; 
28jun72; C27499- 

GAWIN, JEROME J. 

Captain, there are Waves on the fan- 
tallt A new musical comedy. 1 v. 
Two acts, Book & lyrics only. 
© Jerome J. Gawlnj l6Nov72; DU85272. 

GEKR, CAROLYN. 

Steal away home. See HARRIS, AURAND. 

flElGER, DOROTHY R. 

The bimbo from limbo. See GEIGER, 
MILTON . 

Clash by.jnoonllght. See GEIGER, 
MILTON . 



GEIGER, MILTON. 

The bimbo from limbo. 65 1. A musical 
screenplay. Book & lyrics only. 
© Mrs. Milton Gelger; 120ct72; 
DU84937. 
Clash by moonlight; an original play 
for television and screen. 19 1' 
© Mrs. Milton Geiger; 40ct72; 
DU84757. 



GEIGER, ROSARIE. 

Duffy's barn, by Rosarle Gelger, 
Marge Trelchler, Carolyn Hess; 
music by Rosarle Gelger, words by 
Marge Trelchler & Carolyn Hess. 
Episode: According to Doyle. 1 v. 
A musical play. © R & M Associates; 
6NOV72; DU85185, 
Duffy's barn; book & lyrics by 

Rosarle Geiger, Marjorie Trelchler, 
Dorothy Stler & Carolyn Hess; 
music by Rosarle Geiger. 1 v. 
A musical play. ® R-& M Associates; 
27JU172; DU84321. 
The rose. See STRAIGIS, ROY. 

GELBER, JACK. 

Sleep; a play. 1st ed., 1972- 
New York, Hill & Wang. 103 p. 
Two acts. © Jack Gelber; 8Nov72; 
A3836I5. 

GEMMELL, JAMES L. 

A bird In the hand is worth two; 
a revue in two acts; sketches and 
lyrics by Bill Black, music by 
James Gemmell. 2 v. © Halblrd Pub- 
lications, Inc.; lNov72; DP8235. 

GEORGE, THOMAS, pseud. See FARRUGGIO, 
SALVATORE G. 

GERBER, BILL, 

We'll do it your way. 4? X- Screen- 
play. © Bill Gerber; 21Nov72; 
Du853tO . 

GERRARLEE, ELLEN, pseud. See 
GIAMMARINI, ELLEN, 

GIAMMARINI, ELLEN. 

Cue for exit, by Ellen Gerrarlee, 
pseud. 53 1. A play. © Ellen 
Gerrarlee; 20Nov72; DU85319- 

It's always the same but sometimes 
It's different; a play in one act 
& several silences by Ellen Gerrar- 
lee, pseud. 58 1. © Ellen Gerrar- 
lee; 20NOV72; DU85320, 

None whatever; or, The master critic. 
By Ellen Gerrarlee, pseud. 16 1. 
A play. © Ellen Gerrarlee; 20Nov72; 
DU85318, 

OIAQUINTO, EARL ANTHONY. 

La sensuals, by Luke De Glr alamo, pseud. 
58 1. A play. © Earl Anthony 
Giaquinto; 29Dec72; DU85666. 

GIARRIZZb, GUY. 

Bite on! 13 1. A play. © Guy 
Giarrlzzo; 10Nov72; DU85225. 

GIBSON, ROBERTA JANE. 

View from a big black umbrella. 

101 1. A play in 2 acts. © Roberta 
Gibson; llSep72; DU84688. 

GibUZ, WILLIAM R. 

The doctor in spite of himself. See 
MOLIERE, JEAN BAPTISTE POQUELIN. 

GIFFIN, WARREN E. 

The Gemini; a comedy. 94 1. Two acts. 
® Warren E. Giffln; 17Jul72; DU84212. 



GILBERT, DAVID GLENN. 

Another six weeks of winter; a play. 
94 1. Three acts. © David Glenn 
Gilbert; 4Aug72; DU84385. 

GILBERT, LEON M. 

Bobby's brain; a comedy by Lee Gilbert. 
72 1. Three acts. © Leon M. 
Gilbert; 13Sep72; DU84715 • 

GILBERT, SIR WILLIAM SCHWENCK. 

Musical comedy theatre: an essay. 
See VAN DIEST, NORMAN H. 



GILL, WILLIAM. 

Man out of darkness; created by 
William (Billy) Gill. 26 1. A 
play in 5 acts. © William Gill; 
llAug72; DU84332. 

GILLESPIE, C. RICHARD. 

Marguerite; a play in two acts; 
suggested by the novel & the play 
The lady of the camellias, & inci- 
dents from the life of Alexander 
Dumas, the younger. 72 1. 
© C. Richard Gillespie; 20Dec72j 
DU85530. 

GILLESPIE, JERRY. 

An earth odyssey. 175 1. Screenplay. 
© Jerry Gillespie; 30ct72; DU84884 . 

GILLMAN, JONATHAN. 

DeVilier. 96 1 . A play in 7 scenes. 
© Jonathan Gillman; 8Aug72; DU84296. 

GILMORE, THOMAS H. 

A time of burning; a play In three 
acts. 1 v. © Thomas H, Gllroore; 
15NOV72; DUB5259. 

GIMBEL, PETER R. 

Mexican salt; an original screenplay. 
153 1. Appl. states pre v. pub. 
l8jan72, DP7932. NM: revisions, 
adaptations & additions. ® Peter R. 
Glmbel; l4jul72; DP8II5. 

GINSBERG, MILTON MOSES. 

The sealed universe; a film. II8 1. 
Script. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
High Flying Bird meets the fanged and 
poisonous Golden Whip Serpent; or. 
How would you like a great big kiss? 
10May68, DU71501 &■ l8Sep70, DU78307. 
NM: additions. ® Milton Moses 
Ginsberg; 17Jul72; DU84223. 

GINSBURG, MIRRA. 

Bliss. See BULGAKOV, MIKHAIL 

AFANASIBVICH. 
The flea. See ZAMYATIN, YEVGENY. 

GXSH, DARLENE L. 

May days. 14 1. A play in 5 acts. 
© Darlene L. Gish; 26Sep72; DU84809. 

GIUSTINI, ROLANDO. 

Fallout. See SOHL, CHRISTOPHER LEE. 

GLAESER, DOUGLAS E. 

Don't cry until I get there sugar, 
I'm tired of being a stoic; a new 
musical play. Book by Douglas E. 
Glaeser & Joseph B. Mecahn; music 
by Douglas E. Glaeser; lyrics by 
Joseph B. Mecahn. 1 v. Two acts. 
© Douglas E. Glaeser & Joseph B. 
Mecahn; 22Aug72; DU84498. 

GLASS, BENTLEY. 

Population and resources. See 
GREENBERG, SEIMA. 

GLASS, TOM. 

Ofeelthis unchained. See CONGRESS 
OF WONDERS, pseud. 



GLASSER, TERRY. 
THREE PLAYS. 



See 



GLASSMAN, PAUL. 

Precalner, by Paul Classman & Joe 
Rivers. 61 1. © Paul Classman & 
Joe Rivers; l60ct72; DP8166. 

GLASSMOYER, ROBERT S. 

Bede; a drama of man's times by Sam 
Glassmoyer. 39 1- Three acts. 
© Sam Glassmoyer; 21Jul72; DU84367 . 



GLASSMOYER, SAM. 
ROBERT S. 



See GLASSMOYER, 



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GLAVE, OENE COLLINS. 

Buttercups and dandelions. 27 !• 
A play. © Gene C. Glave & 
Richard J. Glave; 7Dec72j DU85480. 

SLAVE, RICHARD J. 

Buttercups and dandelions. See 
GLAVE, GENE COLLINS. 

GLAZE, ANDREW L. 

Decisions. 1 v. A play in 2 acts. 
© Andrew Glaze; 20Nov72; DU85325. 

GLEASON, WILLIAM K. 

Werewolf? A play in one act. Chicago, 
Dramatic Pub. Co. 23 p. © William 
K. Gleason; l80ct72; DP8l68. 

GLOBE BOOK CO., INC. 

Three major screenplays. See 
WALD, MALVIN. 

GOPP, CHARLES. 

The Donner party. See KEITHLEY, 
GEORGE. 

G6fiOL, NIKOUI VASILYEVICH. 

The government inspector. See 
RABY, PETER. 

GOLAND, ARNOLD. 

Say when. See WINTER, KEITH. 

GOLD, BARRY. 

Gate of lions; by Benson Gold, pseud. 
75 1. A play. © Barry Gold; 
lAug72; DU84353. 
Like father, like son; script for 
Columbo by Benson E. Gold, pseud., 
& Joel D. Myerberg. 64 1 . © Barry 
Gold & Joel D. Myerberg; 19Jul72; 
DU84245. 

GOLD, BENSON, pseud. See GOLD, BARRY. 



GOLDBERG, LILLIAN. 

So what's wrong in dreaming; original 
melodrama in 3 acts. 26 1. 
Includes lyrics for 1 song. Appl . 
states lyrics prev. reg. EU792270. 
© Lillian Goldberg; 200ct72; 

Tillle goes to Israel; a comedy. 
11 1. One act. Includes lyrics 
for 1 song. Appl. states lyrics 
prev. reg. EU792270. © Lillian 
Goldberg; 200ct72; DU84954. 



GOLDBERG, MOSES. 
Johnny Treraain. 
DAVID. 



See HUMPHREY, 



GOLDEN, ARTHUR. 

Runaway hormones; an original screen- 
play. 55 1. © Arthur Golden; 
l6Aug72; DU84463. 

GOLDING, BEN A. 

Echo of caves; or. Timely end. 1 v. 
A play in 2 acts. © Ben A. Golding; 
l')Sep72; DU84710. 

GOLDMAN, JAMES. 

Follies, a musical. See SONDHEIM, 
STEPHEN. 



GOLDMAN, LEO. 

II A radio play. 66 1. © Leo 
Goldman; 20Nov72; DU85285. 



GOLDSMITH, MARTIN M. 

Pay day; a scrutiny in three acts. 
A play. © Martin M. Goldsmith; 
3Aug72; DU84379. 

GOLDSTEIN, AMY. 

Transition; a play, 74 1. Two acts. 
© Amy Goldstein; 27Nov72; DU85598. 



GOLDSTEIN, BENJAMIN. 

The grumpiest man, by Benjamin, pseud, 
of Benjamin Goldstein, & Pot, pseud, 
of Philip Namanworth. 2 1. A play. 
© Benjamin & Pot, Inc.; 21Jul72; 
DU84356. 

GOLDSTEIN, STANLEY. 

6 RMS RIV VU; a comedy by Bob Randall, 
pseud. Rehearsal script. 1 v. 
A play in J acts. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as Brief sublet, 24Sep70, 
DU78058. NM: additions & revisions. 
© Stanley Goldstein a.k.a. Bob 
Randall; 26Sep72; DU84808. 

THE GOLF SPECIALIST. 10 1. Dialogue 
continuity of 1950 motion picture. 
Appl. author: RKO Distributing Corp., 
employer for hire. © Raymond 
Rohauer; l4Jul72; DU84l62. 

GOLIGHTLY, HUGH H., JR. 

Expo '91; a musical play. 21 1. Two 
acts. Book only. © Hugh H, 
Gollghtly, Jr.; 24nov72; DU8553'». 

GONDINET, M. E. 

The happiest of the three. See 
LABICHE, EUGENE. 

GONZALEZ, CONSTANCE MARIE. 

A play. 48 1. © Constance Marie 
Gonzalez; 28Aug72; DU84569. 

GOOD HABITS, INC. 

The habit machine. 9 1. Tape 
script. © Good Habits, Inc.; 
29Dec72; C28156. 

GORDON, CHARLES F. 

Called ur fear; by OyaraO, pseud. 

91. A play. © Charles F. Gordon; 
13Sep72; DU84696. 
The ravishing moose; by OyamO, pseud. 
81. A play. © Charles F. Gordon; 
15Sep72; DU84695 • 

GORDON, DONALD A. 

Family way outline. 1 v. Script. 
© Donald A. Gordon; 20Jul72; C27651. 

GORDON, RICHARD. 

Doctor in love; a comedy. London, 
S. French. 74 p. (French's acting 
edition) Three acts. ©Richard 
Gordon, Ltd.; 28Dec67; DF2155 . 

GORDON (RICHARD) LTD. 

Doctor in love. See GORDON, RICHARD. 

GORDON, STUART ALAN. 

Warp. See KLEINFELD, LEONARD 
NORMAN . 

GOREAU, LAURRAINE. 

Catfoot; book & music by Laurralne 
Goreau, lyrics by Laurralne Goreau 
& Hodding Carter; based on the poem. 
The ballad of Catfoot Grimes, by 
Hodding Carter. 2 v. Two acts. 
Appl. states poem prev. reg. NM: 
dramatization, revision & additions. 
© Laurralne Goreau & Hodding Carter; 
29Aug72; DU84574. 

GORKII, MAXIM. 

The petty bourgeois; translated by 

Igor Kosin. Washington State Univer- 
sity Press. 86 1. Four acts. Appl. 
states prev. pub. 1902. NM: transla- 
tion, introd. & notes. © President 
& Regents of Washington State Univer- 
sity; 13JU172; DP81i4. 

GORMON, ROWELL. 

The Masked Marauder. See LOWE, 
DEBORAH. 

GOSPEL QUARTET MUSIC, INC. 

A thimble full of memories. See 
HARRAH, LEWIS. 



GOSS, B. PATRICK. 

The Pat Goss consumer automotive 
course: gyp tactics. 1 v. 
© B. Patrick Goss; 120ct72; C27854 . 

GOSS, CLAYTON E. 

Of being hit, by Clay Goss. 11 1. 
A play. © Clayton E. Goss; 25Aug72; 
DU84555. 
Ours ides, by Clay Goss. 8 1. A play. 
© Clayton E. Goss; 25Aug72; DU84534 . 

GOTT, GEORGE. 

The cinnamon days; a play. 20 1. 
Nine scenes. © George Gott; 
llDec72; DU85515. 

GOUGLER, RICHARD C. 

We remain unchanged . See 
BLEKICKI, KENNETH C. 

GOUN, ALEX. 

A gift from a stranger; an original 
full-length screenplay. 24? 1. 
© Alex Goun; l8Dec72; DU85579. 

GRACZYK, ED. 

The stingy Mr. Pennypincher; a play 
for young people. Midland, Tex., 
Pickwick Press. 5I p. © Pickwick 
Press; 30May72; DP8154. 

To be. See PYLE, GERRY. 

GRAEME, DAVID R. 

The second coming of Christ, 1974, by 
David R. Graham, pseud. 1 v. 
A play. © David R. Graeme; 28Nov72j 
DU85402. 

GRAHAM, DAVID R. , pseud. See GRAEME, 
DAVID R. 

GRAHAM, NEAL. 

The working bee. 28 1. A play. 
© Neal Graham; 7Aug72; DU84275. 

GRAHAM, RONNY, 

Dracula. See AXLEROD, DAVID. 

GRAHAM, THEODORE, JR. 

Here'. I'. Am! By Ted Graham. 69 1. 
A play in 7 scenes. © Theodore 
Graham, Jr.; llSep72; DU84722. 



GRANER, BRUCE WILLIAM. 

A day in the after-life of Wilson 
Watson; a one act comedy. 31 1. 
© Bruce William Graner; 300ct72; 
DU85147 • 

GRANICK, HARRY. 

Pigeons; a comedy. 1 v. Three acts. 
© Harry Granick; 20Nov72; DU85375- 

GRANITE MUSIC CORP. 

Act I. See WOOD, STEVE. 

GRANT, MICK I. 

Croesus and the witch; adapted from a 
century old black fable. By Vln- 
nette Carroll; music & lyrics by 
Micki Grant. 2 v. Appl. states 
3 songs prev. reg. © Vinnette J. 
Carroll S Micki Grant; 8Sep72; 
DU84623 . 

GRASSI, FRANCO. 

Antares, the lost world; a science 
fiction movie. 98 1. Script. 
© Franco Grassi; 27Nov72; DU85389. 

GRASSO, CARLO. 

The Milky Way. 4l 1. A play. 

© Carlo Grasso; 10Nov72; DU85222. 
That's the ball game; one act play. 
43 1. © Carlo Grasso; 29Sep72; 
DU 84771. 



GRAVEL, DAVID M. 

Characters in chaos. 
CARMICHEL, ROBERT. 



See 



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GRAVES, WARREN C. 

Yes, dear; a comedy In one act. 
New York, S. French. 21 p. 
(Canadian playwright series) 
© Warren C. Graves; 230ct67; DP8079- 



GRAY, AL. 

General mathematics, by Al Gray & 

Clifford H. Matousek. M.I. P. 350900. 
1 V. Recording script. © Educa- 
tional Research Associates; 30Aug72; 
C27832. 

GRAY, SIMON. 

Butley. London, Methuen. 80 p. 
Two acts. © Simon Gray; ')Nov71; 
AF34963 . 

flREATER ST. LOUIS COMMITTEE -FOR 
FREEDOM OF RESIDENCE, INC. 
Alternative regional housing 

strategy. See LIBERMAN, SAMUEL H. 

GREAVES, E. JEAN. 

Pool's gold; an original screenplay by 
Jean and Fielding Greaves. 88 1. 
© E. Jean Greaves & Fielding L. 
Greaves; 25Aug72; DU84530. 

GREAVES, PIELMKG L. 

Fool's gold. See GREAVES, E. JEAN. 



GREAVES, FIELDING LEWIS. 

The last hit; alternate titles: 
Hit no more. Death of a hit man & 
Nonviolent hit man. An original 
drama for television. 41 1. 
© FieXding Lewis Greaves; 130ct72; 
DU84996 . 
Now can we use the red flasher? An 
original documentary screenplay. 
32 1. © Fielding Lewis Greaves; 
240ct72; DU85084, 
Requiem for a gunfighter; an original 
screenplay. lOB 1. © Fielding 
Lewis Greaves; 6Sep72; DU84650 . 



GRECCO, STEPHEN RICHARD. 

Calling myself home. 129 1. A play 
in 3 acts. © Stephen Richard 
Grecco; 28jun72; DU84l26. 

GRECIAN, PHIL. 

Dracula; a terror play in three acts; 
based on the novel by Bram Stoker. 
1 v. NM: revisions in dramatization. 
© Phil Grecian; 8Dec72; DU85494. 

GREEN, ADOLPH. 

Singin' in the rain. See COMDEH, 
BETTY. 

GREEN, ARTHUR JAY. 

Success and happiness unlimited. 

Tape 1-8. 8 v. Scripts. © Arthur 
Jay Green; 130ct72; C280l4. 



GREEN, DORIS. 

Africa vuwo, basic symbols and 
phonetic language of percussion 
instruments of Africa. ** 1- , 
© Doris Green; 28Sep72; C27796- 

GREEN, JOHNNY L. 

Black on black; a play. 1 v. Two 
acts. © Johnny L. Green; 28Aug72; 
DU8456I . 

GREEN, JOSH. See GREENBERGER, JOSHUA. 

GREEN, LOIS IPSON. 

Three one-act plays for an English 
classroom. 69 1. Contents: Systems. 
— Dawn. --Bands. © Lois I. Green; 
29Sep72; DP815I. 

GREEN ROOM PRESS, INC. 

The magic bow. See STARR, MARIE W. 



GREEKBERG, ALVIN. 

A wall; a scenario for improvization 
by Alvin Greenberg; dialogue by 
John Donahue; music by Hiram Titus. 
90 1. A musical play. Book & 
lyrics only. © Children's Theatre 
Company of the Minneapolis Society 
of Fine Arts; 27Jul72; DU84l52. 

GReENBERG, DOMALD H. 

Plo Weiss and the ten dorfs. See 
GREENBERG, JOYCE STERN. 

GREENBERG, GLEN DAVID. 

Lovebirds; a new one-act comedy. 20 1. 
© Glen Greenberg; 25Jul72; DU84305 . 

GREENBERG, JOYCE STERN. 

Flo Weiss and the ten dorfs; written 
by Joyce Stern Greenberg & Donald H. 
Greenberg. 12 1. One scene. 
Based loosely on Snow White and the 
seven dwarfs. Book & lyrics only. 
© Joyce Stern Greenberg & Donald H. 
Greenberg; 21Dec72; DP8239. 

GREENBERG, SELMA . 

Building language skills in the upper 
grades, by Selma Greenberg & Anita 
Gurian. Recording scripts. © Class- 
room Materials Co. 
No. 
5-7. © 30Aug72; C27709-27708. 

Building language usage power, by 
Selma Greenberg & Anita Gurian. 
Recording scripts. © Classroom 
Materials Co, 
No. 
6-7. © 30Aug72; C27707, 27710. 

Court martial of Lt. Galley, by Selma 
Greenberg & Frank Reel. 20 1. Dia- 
log. © Classroom Materials Co.; 
22NOV72; C27959. 

Population and resources, by Selma 
Greenberg & Bentley Glass. 19 1. 
Dialog, © Classroom Materials Co.; 
32Nov72; C27961. 

Violence in America, by Selma Green- 
berg, Gus Tyler & Murray Teigh 
Bloom. 19 1. Script. © Classroom 
Materials Co.; 22Nov72; C27960. 

Women's role in society, by Selma 

Greenberg & Elizabeth Janeway. 23 1. 
Dialog. ® Classroom Materials Co.; 
22Nov72; C27958. 

Young people's role in society, by 
Selma Greenberg & Jacqueline Grennen 
Wexler. 24 1. Dialog. Appl. au- 
thors: Selma Greenberg & Phyllis 
Chesler. © Classroom Materials Co.; 
22Nov72; C27962. 

GREENBERGER, JOSHUA. 

The unemployment line that went on 
strike, by Josh Green. 123 1. 
Screenplay. © Josh Green; l4Sep72; 
DU84712. 

GREENE, LEANDER. 

A ballad to George Wallace, by Lee 
Greene & Roscoe Dean, Jr. 2 sheets. 
© Leander Greene & Roscoe Dean, Jr.; 
llSep72; C27743. 

GREENIDGE, GERTRUDE. 

Choices; 3 one-act plays. The game; 
The keepers (Outslde'l; Red, as 
blood is red. 1 v. © Gertrude 
Greenidge; 5Dec72; DU85447. 
Something for Jamie. See SMITH, 

A. VERDELLE. 
Thieves Court (Phoebus Court) A 
collection of one-act plays. 
Laundry & others. 1 v. © Gertrude 
Greenidge; 6Dec72; DU85454. 

GREER, LEANN. 

Patty et al; a cartoon script. 1 v. 
A play in 8 scenes. Includes music 
8c lyrics for 3 songs . © LeAnn 
Greer; 60ct72; DU84972. 



GREPENSTETTE, JOHN J. 

Something more; a rock opera by John 
Grefenstette & Bruce Murray. 10 1. 
Libretto. © John J. Grefenstette & 
Bruce Murray; 31Aug72; DU84479. 



GREGER, CAREN LEE. 

Hidden truth. 54 1. A play in 3 acts. 
© Caren Lee Greger; 250ct72; DU85106. 
We know you; a play. 43 1 . © Caren 
Lee Greger; 250ct72; DU85IO5. 

GREGGS, HERBERT D. 

Depot; three one act plays. Waiting 
room; Carnival in Athens; Green 
bags/white linen. 1 v. NM: Two 
works & editorial revision of Green 
bags/white linen. © Herbert D. 
Greggs; 5Sep72; DU84507. 

GREVE, RICHARD. 

Entrepreneur (How to go into business 

of your own) 21 1, Screenplay. 

© Richard Greve; 25Aug72; DU8454l. 
The late Jean Ashley, by Richard Greve, 

Jeff Burtt & Brooke Strickler. 25 1. 

A play. © Richard Greve, Jeff Burtt 

& Brooke Strickler; 25Aug72; DU84543. 
Red is ray color of violence. 127 1. 

Screenplay. © Richard Greve; 

25Aug72; DU84542. 
The scrivener. 62 1. A play in 

4 scenes. Adapted from Herman 

Melville's Bartleby, the scrivener. 

NM: dramatization & additions. 

© Richard Greve; 100ct72; DU84955. 

Sickle. 1 v. A play in 3 acts. 

© Richard Greve; 25Aug72; DU84544 . 
A whale of a vacation. 24 1. (Lassie) 

Television play. © Richard Greve; 

25Aug72; DU845'40. 
Your body temperature is awful low. 

34 1. A play in 1 scene. © Richard 

Greve; 25Aug72; DU84545. 

GREY, BEN E. 

The hidden giant; a definition of the 
in-plant printing Industry. 17 1- 
Script. © Ben E. Grey; 30Aug72; 
C27692. 



GRIESSER, DONNA. 
Well, welcome me. 
PAMELA ANN. 



See DINERMAN, 



GRIFFIN, KATHRYW. 

New robes for the shepherds; a 
Christmas drama in three acts for 
presentation by the youth depart- 
ment. Chicago, Moody Press. 31 p. 
© Moody Bible Institute of Chicago; 
15Sep72; A377236. 

GRIFFIN, MRS. M. E. See GRIFFIN, RUTH. 



GRIFFIN, RUTH. 

Steamship on the Willlamette. 35 1- 
A play in 3 acts . © Ruth Griffin 
(Mrs. M. E. Griffin); 30Aug72; 
DU84579 • 



GRIFFITH, FLOYD W. 

Prison guard. 5 p. Recitation. 
© Floyd W. Griffith; 29Dec72; 
CS8125 . 

GRIMM, JAKOB LUDWIG KARL. 

The fisherman and his wife. See 

PAINTER, MARYLYN J. 
Rapunzel and the frog prince. See 
VACCA, MICHELE L. 

GRIMM, WILHELM KARL. 

The fisherman and his wife. See 
PAINTER, MARYLYN J. 

Rapunzel and the frog prince. See 
VACCA, MICHELE L. 



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GROMELSKI, BRADFORD A. 

Out-patlenoe; a rapid ievlance by 
Brad Gromelskl. 15 1. A musical 
play. Book & lyrics only. © Brad- 
ford A. Gromelskl; 29Nov72; 
DU85512. 

Tattle tales; an Imaginary history of 
storytelling, with songs, for chil- 
dren; book, music & lyrics by Brad 
Gromelskl. 1 v. ® Brad Dromelski; 
27Sep72; DU85133. 

GROOB, MICHAEL. 

Dirty Ferdie comes clean. See 
MORSE, PAUL. 



GROSS, ALEXANDER. 

Madame Blavatsky's guide to the cos- 
mos; a play in two acts. I36 1. 
© Alexander Gross; 17Nov72; DU85508. 

GROSS, GERRY, 

Call of the devil cult. 51 1. 
A screenplay. © Bacchus Produc- 
tions, Inc. & Dl Giovanni Produc- 
tions, Inc.; S9NOV72! DU85408. 

GROSSMAN, AUREA P. 

When that day comes; a one-act play 
in three scenes. 45 1. ® Aurea 
Grossman; 2'lNov72; DI185330. 

GROSSMAN, SUSAN B. 

There will always be another encore. 
1 V. A play. Based on the legend 
of Judy Garland. © S. B. Grossman; 
7Aug72; DU84394. 

GROUP HYPNOTHERAPY RESEARCH CENTER, INC. 
Relaxation tape. 6 1. Recording 
script. © Group Hypnotherapy Re- 
search Center, Inc.; 20Jul72; 
c 27650 . 

GROVERLAND, JACK. 

I smell the blood of an Englishman; 
screenplay by Jack Groverland & 
Bernie Hirschenson; original story 
by Bernie Hirschenson. 73 1. 
© Orfeo Productions, Inc.; llSep72; 
DU84585 . 

GRUBER, E. L. 

The body at John Harvard's feet; play 
in 3 acts. 1 v. © E. L. Gruber; 
20JU172; DU84071. 

GRUNDAHL PRODUCTIONS. 

At the circus. 6 1. Script, Appl. 
author: Advancement Concepts Unlim- 
ited, © Advancement. Concepts Unlim:- 
ited; 9Nov72; C27940. 

The orange marmalade picnic, 9 1. 
Script. Appl. author: Advancement 
Concepts Unlimited. © Advancement 
Concepts Unlimited; 9Nov72; C27939. 

Riding moonbeams, by Grundahl Produc- 
tions, a division of Advancement 
Concepts Unlimited. 8 1. Tape 
script. © Advancement Concepts 
Unlimited; 2Jan73; DU85605. 

Who's that whistling? 9 1. Script. 
© Grundahl Productions, a division 
of Advancement Concepts Unlimited; 
8Nov7a; ca7930. 

GEUNE & STRATTON, INC. 

For works claimed by Grune & 

Stratton, Inc. See MCCLELLAND, 
ROBERT N., ed. 

GUARE, JOHN. 

Two gentlemen of Verona; a grand new 
musical; adapted by John Guare & Mel 
Shapiro; lyrics by John Guare; 
music by Gait MacDerraot. Two acts. 
Based on the play by William 
Shakespeare. Book ft lyrics only. 
NM: additions & revisions . © John 
Guare & Mel Shapiro; 4Aug72; DU8i235 . 



GUASTALLA, CLAUDIO. 

Belfagor. See RESPIGHI, OTTORINO. 



GUASTELLA, MICHAEL P. 

The Pazzl conspiracy; a play of the 
Renaissance. 83 1. Three acts. 
© Michael P. Guastella; 10JU172; 
DU84152. 



GUDMUNDSEN, ANNE M. 

The need for achievement. 11 1. 
Lecture. © Anne M. Gudmundsen; 
23Aug72; 027848. 



GUERTLER, RITA. 

The Unfinished Symphony; a transcen- 
dental drama in four acts; adapted 
from the original book of the same 
name by the author. 105 1- Appl. 
states book prev. pub. Ijun72, 
350123. NM: revision & dramatiza- 
tion. © Rita M. Guertler; l60ct72; 
DU850I2. 

GUIDA, SALVATORE. 

Bravo the clown! 4 1, A play, 

© Salvatore Guidaj l6Nov72; DU85264, 
The magical red fan, 71. A play. 

©Salvatore Gulda; 16Nov72; DU85265 . 
A very special clown. 91. A play. 

© Salvatore Guida; 16Nov72; DU85266. 

GUIDINGER, GARY BENJAMIN. 

Hap Harper's blues. 33 1. A play. 
© Gary B. Guidlnger; 31Aug72; 
DU84592. 



GULACK, MAX R. 

Cabbages; a comedy. 81 1. Six 

scenes. © Max R. Gulack; 25Sep72; 
DU84790 . 



GUNTHER, CONSTANCE Q. 

The day of Adam." 24 1. © Constance 1; 

Gunther; 25Sep72; C27773 • 
I, the Navajo; a narrative poem. 8 1. 
© Constance Q. Gunther; 25Sep72; 
C27772. 

GURIAN, ANITA. 

Building language skills in the 
upper grades. See GREENHERG, 
SELMA. 

Building language usage power. 
See GREENBERG, SELMA. 



GURNEY, ALBERT R., JR. 

Children; a play in two acts. 1 v. 
©Albert R. Gurney, Jr.; I8jul72; 
DU84251. 

GURSKE, LOIS. 

Once upon a silent night; a narration 
and/or dramatization with music by 
Lois Gurske & Louise Summers. 
Middleton, Wise, Modem Productions. 
25 p. Two acts. Appl. author: 
Modern Productions, Inc., employer 
for hire. NM: new book & 1 new song. 
© Modern Productions, Inc.; lSep70; 
DF7595. 

GUSTAPSON, ANITA D. 

Extrospection; a romance. 38 1. 
A play. © Anita D. Gustafgon; 
8Dec72; DU85492. 



GUSTAFSON, GLENN. 

Private parts; a play. 1 v. Three 
acts. © Glenn Gustafson; 27Jun72; 
DU84128. 

GUT^KOW, KARL. 

Uriel acosta. See ROLF, FREDERICK. 



GUYOT, GEORGIA. 

The Queen Singer Crocodile side show; 
two dreams in play form by the 
Queen Singer Crocodile, pseud. 
1 V. Contents: Death of the Jewish 
faminely ovens. — Birth of the 
massuzzee eye ovens. © Georgia 
Guyot; 7Jul72; DP8O63 . 



H 



HAAS, KENNETH ROBERT. 

Which end is up. See EPSTEIN, 
ROBERT KENNETH. 



HABIT CONTROL, INC. 

Listen and lose. See PARRISH, 
ROBERT . 



HACKETT, HARLEY E. 

Taking care of business; a play in 
three acts. 1 v. © Harley E. 
Hackett; 2Nov72; DU85167. 



HAFNER, LES. 

The story of Matt Corey; screenplay. 
126 1. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
Duel at sundown, 7Sep71, DU8l238. 
NM: additions & editorial revisions. 
© Les Hafner; 5Sep72; DU84493. 

hagan, smth. 

Lady Macbeth in the park. See SLADE, 
SUSAN. 



HAGEN, JOHN MILTON. 

Romeo and Juliet angel; a stage play 
in 5 acts. 10 1. © John Milton 
Hagen; 300ct72; DU85II9. 



HAGGERTY, EDWARD BRUCE. 

Three events; a play. 1 v. Three 
acts. © E. Bruce Haggerty; 13Nov72; 
DU85240 . 

HAKEft, KENNETH. 

Coin' to run all night. See 
FRIEDENN, NEVA. 

HAKIM, RAYMOND. 

Under the volcano. See HAKIM, 
ROBERT . 



HAKIM, ROBERT. 

Under the volcano, by Malcolm Lowry; 
screenplay by Robert & Raymond Hakim. 
235 1. Appl. states prev. reg. & 
pub. 19Feb47, A11033. NM: dramatiza- 
tion. © Robert Hakim & Raymond 
Hakim; l80ct72; DU84936. 



HALBIRD KFBLICATIONS, INC. 

A bird in the hand is worth two. 
GEMMELL, JAMES L. 



See 



HALD, MARY ELIZABETH. 

Sunday in the park; one act musical. 
1 V. © Mary Hald; 5Jul72; DU84D73. 

HALETZKI, PAUL. 

Mister M; ein Musical in zwei Akten von 
Herbert und Alice Hennies; Muslk von 
Paul Haletzkl. 2 v. Based on Le 
malade imaginaire, by J. B. Mollere. 
NM: revisions. © Paul Haletzkl & 
Herbert Hennies; l8Aug72; DU84558. 

HALL, JAMES HAMILTON. 

Keep the banners flying; a three act 
play. 137 1. © James Hamilton 
Hall; 21Jun72; DP8o64 . 

HALL, MARY ELLA. 

Advent; a Christmas play in one act. 
Boston, Baker's Plays. 14 p. Appl. 
author: Walter H. Baker Co., employer 
for hire. © Walter H. Baker Co.; 
21Sep72; DP8127. 



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HALPERN, MARTIN. 

Visitations; a play in two acts. 
38 1. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
The mentor, 5Jan67, DU67569- ™: 
revisions. © Martin Halpern; 
6ju172; DU84098. 



HALTER, ANNA MARIA. 

The gypsy and his mistress; movie 
script by Anna Maria Klamminger, 
pseud. 35 1. © Anna Maria Klammin- 
ger; 28JU172; DP8098. 

HAMBLEY, JULIETTE LEONARD. 

Corn and cotton. 55 1- A Play In 
5 acts. © Juliette Leonard Hambley; 
260ct72; DU85175- 

HAMBURG, ANUE-MARIE. 

Yaqulls. See ROBLES, EMMANUEL. 



HAMILTON, DENISE. 

From Africa to Broadway. 
DRUMGOLD, CONNIE L. 



See 



HAMILTON, HOLLY, pseud. See SMITH, 
A. YERDELLE. 

HANILTON, JAY. 

Red, white and blue with a happy end- 
ing; 4 plays about Americans in Lon- 
don. 1 V. Contents: The Hilton 
comes to Ladbroke Grove. --The Harlow 
dress. --A sort of cultural exchange. 
— A happy ending. © Jay Hamilton; 
14ju172; DU84211. 



HAMILTON, JOHN BOWEN. 

It's your drum. 90 1 . A play In 
3 acts . © John Bowen Hamilton; 
l8oct72; DU84964. 



HAMILTON, JOHN M. 

The Hollywood touch; story & screen- 
play. 130 1. © John M. Hamilton; 
5Sep72; DU84643 . 

HAMMER, GEORGE J. 

There was a tribe of Indians. 5d 1. 
A play in 2 scenes. © George J. 
Hammer; llDec72; DU85526. 

When princes could be waiters. 20 1. 
A play. © George J. Hammer; 
llDec72; DU85527. 



HAMMER, JACK, pseud. See BURROUGHS, 
EARL S. 

HANCOCK (JOHN) MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. 
Why disability income? 12 1. Script. 
© John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance 
Co.; 240ot72; C2787O. 

HANDMAN, EDWARD. 

How do you become a ? Lecture. 

71. © Edward Handman; 25Jul72; 
C27504 . 



HAMDY, JAMES A. 

The strawberry murders. 
ROBERT J. 



See H OLDEN, 



HANSHERRY, LORRAINE, ESTATE OF. 

Les blancs: the collected last plays 
of Lorraine Hansberry. See 
HANSBEREY, LORRAINE. 

HARDEN, VERNON W. , , j. 

Bed 'n bard. 1 v, A play in 3 acts. 
© Vernon W. Harden; 28Aug72; 
DU84920. 

HARDING, BERTITA. 

Juliette Low (Daisy) See SMITH, 
JULIA. 

HARDING, JAMES. 

At the festival, by Jim Harding. ^ 
19 1. A play in 7 scenes, © Jim 
Harding; 28nov72; DU85311. 



HANSBERRY, LORRAINE. 

Les blancs: the collected last plays 
of Lorraine Hansberry. Edited, 
with critical backgrounds by Robert 
Nemiroff. Introd. by Julius Lester. 
1st ed. New York, Random House. 
570 p. © on editing, additional 
text & compilation; Robert Nemiroff 
& Robert Nemiroff, as executor of 
the Estate of Lorraine Hansberry; 
3May72; A391002. © on critical 

backgrounds & postscript; Robert 
Nemiroff; 3May72; A591003 . © on 
Introd.; Julius Lester; 3May72; 
A3 91004. 



HARDY, THOMAS. 

The day after the fair. 
HARVEY, FRANK. 



See 



HARE, BILL. 

God says there is no Peter Ott; a 
comedy about adult hide and seek in 
two acts. Dramatists Play Service. 
53 p. © Bill Hare; 50Aug72; DP8094. 

HARMON, THOMAS. 

John. See CRUCIANI, THOMAS. 



HARRAH, LEWIS. 

A thimble full of memories. Sheet. 
© Gospel Quartet Music, Inc.; 
25Aug72; 027655- 



HARRAH, MADGE. 

Day of the Quarai . 



See PAUL, PAULA. 



HARRELL, CHARLES D. 

Irish inns, Irish motels, Irish motor 
lodges; lecture by Charles D. Harrell 
Sf Vera M. Rhea. 3 1. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 25May70, C27l87. NM: 
adaptation & additions. © Charles D. 
Harrell & Vera M. Rhea; 17JU172; 
C27497 . 

HAKRIGAN, NOLAN, JR. o , ^ 
The angels play; a play. i- opJ 
scene. Includes lyrics & music for 
1 song. © Nolan Harrlgan, Jr.; 
14Nov72} DU85254. 
Christmas in the old movies on T.V. ; 
a sketch. 4 1. © Nolan Harrl- 
gan, Jr.; 300ct72; DU85l45. 
The glorious transformation; a play. 
5 1. ©Nolan Harrlgan, Jr.; 
13NOV72; DU85241. 
The road to Emmaus; a sketch. 11 1. 
A musical. © Nolan Harrlgan, Jr.; 
llDec72; DU85518. 

HARRIS, ANDREW B. 

Tausk; a drama in two acts. 1 v. 

Appl. states prev. pub. lDec71 . NM: 
rewrite on first act. © Andrew 
Harris; 3May72; DP8l46. 

HARRIS, AURAND. 

Steal away home. A dramatization 01 
the book by Jane Kristof; musical 
research & accompaniments by Carolyn 
Gear. Anchorage, Ky., Anchorage 
Press. 45 p. Book only. NM: 
dramatic adaptation. © Anchorage 
press, Inc.; l8May7e; DP8o6l. 

HARRIS FOX PRODUCTIONS, INC. 
The birth of Christendom. See 
HARRIS, THOMAS MICHAEL. 

HARRIS, HOWARD. 

Skywalkerj an American epic in music 
and drama in 3 acts; music by 
Howard Harris, book by Howard 
Harris & Lauren Kaplan, lyrics by 
Lauren Kaplan, Howard Harris & Ron- 
ald Batcer. 93 !• ® Howard Harris, 
Lauren W. Kaplan & Ronald Baker; 
X6Nov72; DU85268. 



HARSIS, JOEL CHANDLER. 

The brer facts. See FISHER, KEVIN. 



HARRIS, JOHN. 

The sword of General Frapp; a play for 
children. London, New York, 
S. French. 38 p. (French's acting 
edition) © John Harris; 26May72; 
DFO-1885 . 



HARRIS, JOSEPH E. 

Eva, by Joe Harris & Jim Turner. 36 1. 
A play. © Joseph E. Harris & James 
L. Turner; 12Jul72; DU84l75. 

HARRIS, ROBERT T. 

Adult education; a play in one act by 
Bob Harris. 22 1 . © Robert T. 
Harris; l8Deo72; DU85582. 
Who cares about Daisy? or, Show-and- 
tell. A one act play by Bob Harris. 
18 1. © Robert T. Harris; 20ct72; 
DU84774. 



HARRIS, ROSALYN. 

Play-ground-play. 25 1. A play. 
© Rosalyn Harris; 24jul72; DU84283. 



HARRIS, THOMAS MICHAEL. 

The birth of Christendom, by Thomas 
Michael Harris & Sara Fox. 16 1. 
Act 1 of a 3-act play. © Harris Fox 
Productions, Inc.; 26jun72; DU84lll. 

HARRIS, WILLIAM A. v. ui m 

No use cryln'; a four act play by Bill 
Harris. 99 1. © William Harris; 
i4NovY2; DU853OI. 

HARRISON, EUGENE S. 

Oedipus, by Ed Harrison. Nov. 1972. 
105 1. A screenplay. © Eugene S. 
Harrison; 7Dec72; DU85476. 

HARRISON, EUGENE STUART. 

The sensuous plumber, by Ed Harrison. 
89 1. A screenplay. © Ed Harrison; 
l4Aug72; DU84440. 



HARRISON, WALLACE P. 

Democracy's practices: a lecture in- 
troduction to American government. 
1 V. © Wallace P. Harrison; 
llAug72; C27596. 



HARRITY, RICHARD. 

A smoked Irish fairy tale. 1 v. 

A play In 2 acts. © Richard Harrity; 
lSep72; DU84612. 



HARROW, KENNETH J. 

Death to the brother. 61 1. A play 
in 4 scenes. © Kenneth J. Harrow; 
27Jun72; DU84l29. 

HART, D. P., JR. 

The monsoons and The pleiades . 
Chicago, Adams Press. 42 p. 
© D. F. Hart, Jr.; lSep72; A368o40. 



HART, DORIS. 

An 1 for an i; a one-act play. 20 1. 
© Doris Hart; 26Sep72; DU 84805 . 



HART, FREDERIC P. 

The building; or. Be it ever so humble. 
A musical play in two acts; music by 
Frederic P. Hart, book & lyrics by 
Marie Baumer. 1 v. © Marie Baumer 
& Frederic P. Hart; lLAug72; DU84437. 

"^he memoirs of Charlie Pops; a play in 
three acts. 70 1. © Joseph Hart, 
13JUI72; DU84180. 



HASTE, BRET. 

Outcasts of Poker Plat. 
WILLIAM. 



See MACSEMS, 



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HARTIG, HERBERT A. 

I wonder what's become of Sally; a new 
musical; book S: lyrics by Herbert 
Hartig, music by Gerald Alters; based 
on a dramatization by Herbert Hartig 
& Lois Balk Korey of Thorne Smith's 
Turnabout. 1 v. ' Two acts. Book & 
lyrics only. Appl . states prev. reg. 
25Sep62, DU5628O. MM: additions & 
revisions. © Herbert A. Hartig; 
4Aug72; DU84238. 

HARTMAN, JAN. 

Out of the depths. 48 1. Script. 
Appl. author: Night of Stars, Inc. 
© Night of Stars, Inc.; 24Nov72; 
nu85504. 

HARVEY, FRANK. 

The day after the fair; a play in 
three acts. 1 v. Based on a 
short story by Thomas Hardy, On 
the Western circuit. © Frank 
Harvey; l6Nov72; DU85205. 

HASKINS, PATRICIA A. 

Itchy skitchy. See MCCHESNEY^ 
PAIIL E. 



HA.SSELL, WILLIAM. 
The pizza maker. 
RALPH STUART. 

HATCH, DANNY LEE. 
Confrontation. 



See SINGLETON, 



See ANDREWS, RAY. 



HATTYAE, HARRY B. 

The hotbed; a play in three acts. 
99 1. © Harry B. Hattyar; 51Jul72; 
DU84356. 



HAYNES, JOANNE. 

All for the love of a dragon. 1 v. 
A musical play in 5 acts. © Joanne 
Haynes; 10Aug72; DU8W65 . 

HEARN, JOHN H. 

The king queen. 5^1. A play. © John 
H. Hearn; l60ct72; DU85021 . 

HEATHERTEL ENTERPRISES, INC. 

Lloyd Bridges' water world (Let's go 
boating) Television scripts. 
© Heathertel Enterprises, Inc. 
Program no . 
13. The test. © 25Aug72; 027755- 

HECHT (HAROLD) CORP. 
Tommy. See THE WHO. 



HECKER, ROBERT. 

Rip off. Final draft, June 20, 1972. 
23 1. Film script. Appl. authors: 
John T. Rosner & Charles S. Maccrone, 
employers for hire. © Aptos Film 
Enterprises, a partnership consist- 
ing of John T. Rosner & Charles S. 
Maccrone; 100ct72; C27797. 

HECKMAN, JASON DEAN. 

Puberty at thirty; an autobiography. 
24 1. © Jason Dean Heckman; 28Aug72; 
C27673. 

HECKMAN, NEVA JOY. See HECKMAN, JASON 
DEAN. 



HEDGES, CARMITA SCOTT. 

Danton. See ROLAND, PAUL. 



HENDERSON, NANCY WALLACE. 

Walk together; five plays on human 
rights; Illustrated by Floyd Sowell. 
New York, J. Hessner. 128 p . 
© Nancy Wallace Henderson; l8Sep72; 
A36969I . 



HENEGAR, STEVEN. 

Indiscriminate picnicking. 24 1. 
A play. © Steven Henegar; 25Sep72; 
DU84792. 



HENEKER, DAVID. 

Charlie girl; a comedy musical in two 
acts; music & lyrics by David Hene- 
ker & John Taylor, book by Hugh & 
Margaret Williams with Ray Cooney, 
story conceived by Ross Taylor. Lon- 
don, Chappell. 88 p. Book & lyrics 
only. Appl. states lyrics prev. pub. 
NM: libretto. ® Margaret Williams, 
Estate of Hugh Williams, Ray Cooney 
& Ross Taylor; 3Aug72; DFO-I903. 



HENNESSY, CHARLOTTE. 

I'm Popeye the sailor man. 46 1. 
A play In 3 acts. © Charlotte 
Hennessy; 17Jul72; DU84215. 

KENNIES, ALICE. 

Mister M. See HALETZKI, PAUL. 



HENNIES, HERBERT. 

Mister M. See HALETZKI, PAUL. 

HENRY, CHARLES HAYES. 

The Colonel's lady; the play with a 
bang. 22 1. © Charles Hayes Henry; 
l8Dec72; DU855OO. 



HAUPTMAN, IRA. 

Cinema of the year zero; another 

adventure of Lemmy Caution; a play. 
68 1. © Ira Hauptman; 6Ju172; 
DU84099 . 

HAUSER, LUCILLE. 

Three to tango; a play in three acts. 
1 V. Appl. states prev, reg. 
l6May68, DU71529. NM: additions. 
© Lucille Hauser; 24Nov72; DU85361. 

HA WES, CHARLES BOAEDMAN. 

The dark frigate. See MILLER, 
CLAIRE G. 

HAWTHORNE, GRACE. 

Lightshlne. See RED, BURYL. 

HAWTHORNE, MELVIN A. 

Lightshlne. See BED, BURYL. 

HAWHORNE, NATHANIEL. 

Ethan Brand.. See GAUTHIER, 

RICHARD F. 
My kinsman. Major Molineux. See 

GAUTHIER, RICHARD F. 
The scarlet letter. See WELLES, 

HALSTED . 
Wakefield. See CLEFPERj PATRICK M. 
Young Goodman Brown. See GAUTHIER, 

RICHARD F. 



HAYDEN, NAURA H. 

Life preservers. 7 1. Screenplay. 
© Naura H. Hayden; 270ot72; DU851l4 . 



HAYES, GLORIA. See KREMER, GLORIA 
HAYES. 

HAYES, LANCE D, 

Ambidex; an original screenplay. 
118 1. © Lance D. Hayes; l4Aug72; 
DU84445. 



HAyEs, sally SELLERS. 

Keep your teeth in tune. 
BENNET, MARTHA. 



See 



HEDGES, J. C, pseud. See WEBER, B. J. 



HEDLEY, LESLIE WOOLF. 

Six characters; a one act play. 
30 1. © Leslie Woolf Hedley; 
190ct72; DU85048. 

HEFFEEEN, FRANCIS I., III. 

Three wishes for Christmas. See 
KLEIN, JOSEPH M. 

HEIPITZ, JOSEF. 

Second summer. See SLOVIK, HARVEY. 

HEINLEIN, ROBERT A. 

Starman Jones. See LIEBERMAN, 
DOUGLAS L. 



HELMS, C. L. 

Don't get sassy'. A comedy in one act. 
Boston, Baker's Plays. 13 p. 
(Baker's royalty plays) Appl. au- 
thor: Walter H. Baker Co., employer 
for hire. © Walter H. Baker Co.; 
21Sep72; DP8129. 



HEMPEL, MARVIN W. 

Introductory accounting, pt.l. 

M.I. P. no. 351100. 1 v. Recording 
script. © Educational Research 
Associates; 30Aug72; C27831. 

HENCKE, PAUL GERARD. 

Cast party; a comedy in one act. 
13 1. © Paul Gerard Hencke; 
28Nov72; DU85405. 

HENDERSON, ANN, pseud. See WALSH, ANN. 

HENDERSON, IMOGENE. 

Star seven. See ECTON, BOB. 

HENDERSON, JERRY. 

To Josephine; a play in one act, Bos- 
ton, Baker's Plays. 18 p. (Baker's 
royalty plays) Appl. author: 
Walter H, Baker Co., employer for 
hire. © Walter H. Baker Co.; 
190c t7 2; DP8192. 



HENRY, 0., pseud. See PORTER, WILLIAM 
SIDNEY. 



HENSON, SHELDON JAMES. 

Me for the presidency; 3-act play by 
Shelly Slim Brown, pseud. 30 1. 
© Sheldon James Henson; 6Mar72; 
DU84898. 



HENSON, WEST. 

Killer Caine. 81 1. Screenplay. 
© West Henson; 50ct72; DU85006. 
Molasses, the cool detective. 158 1. 
Screenplay. Appl. states prev. reg. 
& pub. I4jul71, A257332. NM: drama- 
tization & additions. © West Henson; 
10JU172; DU84136. 



HERMAN, l56U6LAg P. 
The last contest. 



See MCCOY, JACK S. 



HERMAN, GEORGE A*. 

Mother Eve's astounding apple seeds; 
a human comedy in two acts. 10? 1. 
© George A. Herman; 28jul72; 
DU85I7I. 

HERMAN, MARK N. 

The Louisiana Purchase; a play in one 
act. 91. © Mark Herman; lNov72; 
DU85496. 

HERMAN, RAYMOND A. 

Soldier's prayer, by Ray Herman. 
2 p. © Raymond A. Herman; 9Nov72; 
C28019. 

HERN, HOPE. 

Dramatized festival sermons; original 
allegories based on religious cele- 
brations. Harvest feast of Succoth; 
Chanukah dredl. 1 v. © Hope Hern; 
19Dec72; DU85598. 

HERNANDEZ, LEOPOLDO M. 

Galeria no. 7; pieza en un acto. 
13 1. © Leopoldo M. Hernandez; 
llSep72; DU84673 . 



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HERNMDEZ, LEOPOLDO M.-Con. 

Los rojos tamblen creen; pieza en dos 
actos. 29 1. © Leopoldo M. Hernan- 
dez; 12JU172; DU84l66. 

HERRICK, LANDON. 

Napoleon's wedding night; a trio of 
theatrical diversions. 59 1. 
Three plays. Contents: Napoleon's 
wedding night. — The ghost caused 
all the trouble. — A word to the 
wise. © Landon Herrick; 6Nov72; 
DU85189. 

HERSH, PHYLLIS EILLEEN. 

The awakening; a screenplay based on 
the novel by Kate Chopin. 1 v. 
NM: dramatization, additions & dele- 
tions. © Phyllis Eilleen Hersh; 
26Dec72; DU85643. 

HERSOH, EDWARD J. 

Iphigenia in Aulis. See EURIPIDES. 



HESS, CAROLYN. 

Duffy's barn. See GEIGER, ROSARIE. 



HESS, MARY I. 

Hesston, our town; a drama. Newton, 
Kan., Faith & Life Press. l4 p. 
Four scenes. © Mary I. Hess; 
llSep72; DP8111. 

HEUER, JOHN. 

Mrs. Tidings' Mason-Dixon medicine man. 
76 1. A play. © John Heuer; 
I4sep72; DU84715. 

HEWITT, SHIRLEY. 

I/T/S beginning typewriting, pt.l. 
1 V. Recording script. Appl. ti . : 
I/T/S Individualized typing series. 
© Educational Research Associates; 
270c t72; C27912. 



HICKMAN, GAIL MORGAN. 

The legend of Orville Hackett; an 
original motion picture screenplay 
written by Gall Morgan Hickman & 
Scott Wesley Schroers. 1st draft. 
May 26, 1970. 104 1. © Gall Morgan 
Hickman & Scott Wesley Schroers; 
24Ju172; DU84289. 



HILDER, ROBERT P. 

Target blue structural analysis kit; 
tape recording scripts by Robert P. 
Hilder, Maurice Poe 8: Henry A. 
Bamman. 1 v. Thirty-nine scripts. 
© Field Educational Publications, 
Inc.; 6sep72; C27781. 

Target yellow phonetic analysis kit. 
See DAWSON, MILDRED A. 

HILDESHEIMER, WOLFGANG. 

Mary Stuart. (In Scripts, Jan. 1972, 
P-52-95) Appl. author: Christopher 
Holme. Appl. states prev. reg. & 
prev. pub. 15Dec70. NM: translation 
from the German. © on translation; 
Christopher Holme a.k.a. H. C. Holme; 
lJan72 (in notice: 1971); DP8089. 

HILL & WANG, INC. 

Seven plays. See ANOUILH, JEAN. 

HltL, LUCIfiMJE. 

Travele