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IN ORDER OF THEIR 
APPEARANCE 



Administration 

American Magazine 

Anthropology 

Art 

Athletics 

Buildings and Grounds 

Basketball 

Biology ; 

Bookstore 

Bowling and Billiards 

Basketball ■< 

Baseball 

Classes 

Coffeehouse 

Chemistry 

Chess 

Cheerleaders 

Communications 

Concerts 

Dirty Shirts 

Dance 

Dispensary 

Excuses 

Eagle 

Election 

Eating 

Fencing 

Freaks 

Field Hockey 

Football 

Greeks 

Graduation 

Hitchhiking 

History 

Hotline 

Honoraries 

International Week ' 

Intramurals 

_ leans 

Kay 

Karate 



Kennedy Political Union 
Language 

Library 

Literature 

Maintenance 

MGC 

Music 

Miscellaneous 

Ninety-seven 

Oasatau 
Psychology 
Physics 
Parking 
Quad 
Record Co-op 
Rugby 
Security 
Selected Faculty 
, Service Fraternity 
Soccer 
Square Dancers 
Student Activities 
Student Confederation 
Student Union Board 
Student Health and Welfare 
Sailing Club 
Swimming 
Seniors 
Senior Brag Rag 
Track 
Theatre 
Tavern 
Tennis 
University Senate 
Vending Machines 

Vietnam 

Washington, DC. 

Wrestling 

WAMU 

Who's That 

Excellence 

Yearbook 

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Administration 



An afternoon with 
the President 

President Williams leads a busy 
life. Concerned about and at- 
tached to the American Univer- 
sity, he spends his days meeting 
the men with money, hoping to 
coax donations for the Univer- 
sity. President Williams talked 
with the Talon one afternoon 
about his |ob and his goals. 

"When I came to AU to be inter- 
viewed I knew nothing about the 
University. When Mrs. Williams 
and I drove in on one snowy 
December day in 1967, the first 
thing we saw was the dome of 
the McKinley Building. There is a 
kind of symbolism of the Univer- 
sity to that dome for me. 

When I came here it was a time 
of great unrest. I knew that uni- 
versities and colleges across the 
country were moving into a 
period of change; but I don't 
think any of us anticipated the 
amount and kind, and form that 
change would take. 

There is a kind of feeling of 
limitation and disappointment in 
seeing the kind of upheaval and 
division that change brings. Most 
people want change lor the other 
person but they want to keep 
their own goals or objectives as 
they always have been. 

We are now in a period of stabi- 
lization. I am asked; what about 
the homogeneity of the student 
body, and why is there a lack of 
community on campus? I'm in- 
terested in these questions. I'd 
like to see the student body 
drawn from a wider geographic 
area, as well as a wider diver- 
sification of people at different 
income levels. Due to the in- 
creasing expense of college edu- 
cation there is a tendency for 
students to come from a higher 
income bracket. 



People say everyone comes from 
New York or New jersey. I think if 
you asked a fair number of 
people where they have lived it 
would surprise you. I have a the- 
ory that although students may 
come from New York to college, 
they haven't lived in New York 
their entire lives. Many have lived 
all over the United States and 
sometimes Europe. There is such 
a mobility of students that some- 
times the argument that we need 
greater diversification is dubious. 

Someone mentioned to me that 
AU didn't even have a school 
song. There has never been any 
pressure or interest in a school 
song as such, which I think tells 
of the kind of innovative quality 
of the school. It doesn't have to 
rely on either a cheer or a song; it 
relies on some other things that 
one can't articulate all the time. 

I see my duties as the President 
including many things, but there 
are three which take up most of 
my time. The President of a Uni- 
versity has a very special relation- 
ship to the Board of Trustees. A 
lot of his time is spent carrying 
out the policy that has been es- 
tablished by the Trustees, wheth- 
er he's in agreement with that 
policy or not. There have been in 
the last couple of years times 
when the Board and I have dis- 
agreed over some matters. For 
example, I didn't approve of a 
mandatory student fee, although 
the Board did. When the College 
of Public Affairs was being 
formed, I had hoped to attract 
the College of Business, but the 
Trustees didn't agree. 

I spend a great deal of time on 
fund raising, and I like it. I like it 
not so much because it's a chal- 
lenge to get people to support 
the University, but because this is 
almost the crucible in which you 
interpret the University to people 
outside. When I talk to a presi- 
dent of a large corporation he 
can ask a lot of tough questions 
about our university. He's got a 
right to, because I'm asking him 




to give some of the hard earned 
money of the corporation. Some- 
times I come away very pleased 
having discovered the impres- 
sions they held of the University 
even before I talked to them. 
They know a great deal more 
about this university than we 
sometimes think. 

My relationship with the alumni 
is also very important. Sometimes 
it's a source of frustration but it's 
changing. The reason they were 
frustrating in the early days was 
because they weren't expressing 
themselves. I'm encouraged now 
when I go to alumni meetings. 
They are concerned with the Uni- 
versity in a way that they weren't 
several years ago. 

If I had a million dollars of my 
own that I could spend any way I 
wished for the University, and 
assuming the library was already 
built, I would be torn two ways. 
On the physical side, I would like 
to make that money work for a 
recreational facility. A facility 
where students could play bil- 
liards and cards, or bowl; where 
they can sit and play chess or do 
the many other kinds of things 
that people do to relax. I'm in- 
cluding in that, a center for the 
health services. 

On the other side, I would want 
to put that money toward attract- 
ing some very outstanding teach- 
ers whom we otherwise could 
not afford to have. There are 
some very stimulating people 
who could be invited to spend 



three months on this campus, not 
for the purpose of doing research 
or writing books, nor would he or 
she be retained for one particular 
department. It would be some- 
one who would come and talk 
with us and think with us, not 
necessarily about his own dis- 
cipline, but because he is a per- 
son of thoughtfulness and has 
made successful contributions to 
making life better. I'm thinking of 
someone who would be suffi- 
ciently general in outlook, per- 
haps someone like Andrew 
Wyeth or a fine theologian some- 
one of the general character of a 
Paul Tillich or Leonard Bernstein. 

I greatly admire people who con- 
duct symphony orchestras. It re- 
quires a high skill and it takes a 
commitment and devotion that 
they demonstrate. There seems to 
come through a sense of unsel- 
fishness. They seem to be doing it 
more for the enjoyment of other 
people than for personal satisfac- 
tion. 

I want to be a part of the Ameri- 
can University as long as the 
University derives some benefit 
from my being here. One 
couldn't be around an institution 
like this without beginning to 
feel deep emotional roots." 






Dr. George H Williams 
President 



Dr, Robert D Cleary 
Provost 



Dr. W. Donald Bowles 
Vice President for 
Academic Affairs 



The quality ot lite, including 
academic life, is improving 
on the AU campus. At the 
same time the University 
is stabilizing its 
financial base. 



The important changes 
this year were the 
creation of the College 
of Public Affairs, the 
establishment of the 
transfer student office 
and the introduction 
of an open budgeting 
process. 






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Wi'lidm F, Ahlslrom 
Vice President tor 
IJevelopment 



lohn M. McKinley 
Vice President and 
Treasurer 



R Bruce Poynter 
Executive Director 
Student Lite 



I he most signitieant event 
in Development this year was 
the beginning of the library 
campaign which received 
lull Trustee endorsement. 
By the end of the academic 
year the organization 
of the Library campaign 
was established and 
$1,1 million was in hanci. 



The most exciting thing 
this year was the new ways 
of fund raising that are 
being introduced, especially 
the library campaign. These 
have the greatest importance 
because they, more than 
anything, directly effect the 
future of the University. 



The biggest surprise of the 
year was m\ appointment to 
this position. 



The 
American 
Magazine 




Mindy Good 
Edward Bell 
George Linkletter 
Robert Lee Steinberg 
Craig Sharf 
Susan F. Golden 
).A. Shaffer 
David Grojean 
Tom Rowe 
Katy Bohr 
Debi Keith 
Lucy Crosby 
Patti Casey 
Paul M. Pasquarella 
William Short 
Bob Endrushat 




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Anthropology 




CAUHoaJ- 

Po Nor roui 








Art 



RTMENT 





Athletics 



A Tale of Woe 

One semester I took two Physi- 
cal Education courses at the 
same time. By the time the enti 
of the semester had rolled 
around I was pretty tired and 
behind in my work. I decided to 
stop playing tennis and swim- 
ming and do some work. The 
next time I went to tennis class I 
told the prof that I strained my 
back in swimming the day be- 



fore. He walked me off the 
courts and said that because 
there were only a few more 
classes left I could be excused 
for the rest of the semester. At 
the pool later that day I told the 
swimming coach that I'd pulled 
a muscle in my arm in tennis 
class that morning so I couldn't 
swim for a while. He put his 
hand on my shoulder and said 
that It was OK if I didn't come 
anymore. 




Buildings 

and 

Grounds 





NEWT 
LECTURE HA' 







25 Bob Bush 

15 Pete DeHaven 

31 Bill Demharter 

13 Steve Garrett 

23 Johnny Lloyd 
22 Lenny Lockhart 

32 Bill Mann 

20 Jim Neurohr 
1 2 Art Perry 

30 Bob Rosenfeld 

21 Wilbur Thomas 
10 Bill Ulbin 

24 Kermit Washington 

14 Paul Wholey 



The American University Bas- 
ketball Team enioyed the most 
successful season ot its history, 
finishing with a 21-5 record 
and a first time bid to the NIT. 
From the win over Rider Col- 
lege in Trenton, NJ. to the loss 
to Louisville at Madison Square 
Garden, the season was fantas- 
tic. 

An early season win over St. 
John's of New York sent happy 
students home for vacation. 
While at home we read of 
tournament victories in the 
Roanoke Classic in Virginia, 
over the defending small col- 
lege champion Roanoke and 
our win in the Presidential 
Classic over George Washing- 
ton University. 

Then a strange mid-season 
slump occurred. We lost three 
of eight games, but still had a 
glamorous 14-4 record. First St. 
Joseph's, then surprisingly GW 
and Temple, leaving the still 
hopeful Eagles in jeopardy of 
losing the coveted NIT bid. 

But the team came through. 
Washington and Thomas were 
phenomenal. Wilbur scored 34 
points against King's College 
and 33 points against Towson 
State averaging 23.9 over the 
last seven games. Kermit aver- 
aged 23.1 points and 21.8 
rebounds. In a never to be for- 
gotten performance he scored 
40 points, 26 rebounds, and 8 
blocked shots against George- 
town in his final home game at 
Fort Myer. 

The rest of the players were 
strongly supportive in both 
their playing ability and their 
spirit. Forward Pete DeHaven, 
much maligned during a 
shooting slump, shot 50% 
down the stretch, scoring 22 
key points in a big win over 
LaSalle. He played the same 
strong defense that held St. 
John's All-American Bill 
Schaeffer to four points in a 
half. lohnnyLloyd, recovering 



from sitting out a year, did it 
all against Duquesne, scoring 
29 points. He averaged 18.3 
points over the last six games, 
lunior guard Steve Garrett 
scored 39 points in the seven 
games and had as many assists, 
while continuing to play his 
strong overall floor game. 

The bench contributed in key 
spots. Bill Mann had 12 points 
against Duquesne and 8 points 
against LaSalle. )im Neurohr, 
the high scorer against West 
Chester, made 14 points. Bill 
Ulbin started against Fairleigh 
Dickinson and had key steals 
and rebounds that aided the 
victory. Bob Rosenfeld and Bill 
Demharter also added needed 
depth. Demharter stood out 
against Gettysburg with 15 
points and 13 rebounds. 
"Rosy" made eight points 
against Hofstra. Lenny Lock- 
hart, Art Perry and Paul 
Wholey also chipped in at 
times to aid the cause. 

Then the NIT came and, de- 
spite the loss to Louisville, Ker- 
mit showed why he was an 
All-American making 29 points, 
while Wilbur made 26. 

Coach Tom Young's charges 
did well for themselves and 
they gave a lot of us more en- 
joyment than perhaps we 
thought possible at AU. The 
screaming thousands at Fort 
Myer, the standing ovations in 
the Tavern, the anxiety while 
waiting for the NIT bid, and 
then the 2200 tickets sold at 
AU alone, the agony of falling 
22 points behind Louisville in 
the first half, and the ecstasy of 
pulling within five in the sec- 
ond. All these things were AU 
Basketball in the memorable 
1972-73 season. 





TOM YOUNG 

The "General" of the "Ameri- 
can Revolution" said farewell 
to his troops in April and 
moved up the coast to take 
Northern New lersey. Tom 
Young took a team that four 
years before had a disasterous 
4-19 season and turned it into 
an Eastern power. Leaving AU 
with a 21-5 record, Coach 
Young resigned on April 23 and 
moved to Rutgers. 

He will be missed. Tom Young, 
with help from Kermit Wash- 
ington, Wilbur Thomas, and 
Coaches )oe Boylan and Tom 
Davis, turned American Uni- 
versity Basketball around and 
brought it to its highest level in 
its hist(jry. 

Despite playing in a disgraceful 
gym on Massachusetts Avenue, 
and having to travel out of 
state to every home game. 
Young recruited and coached 
the players that brought AU 
national recognition along with 
its first NIT bid. It was AU this 
year at Madison Square Garden 
with such as Notre Dame, 
Southern California, Louisville, 
North Carolina, Virginia Tech, 
Rutgers, and Minnesota — 
schools with innumerable 
times the basketball reputation 
of our own. 

While it was Kermit Washing- 
ton who put us on the map, it 
was Tom Young who took a 
chance on Kermit Washington. 
It was Young who used other 
players that didn't have the 
reputations that players from 
GW and Georgetown had 
upon recruitment. And it was 
Young whose teams lost just 
twice in ten battles with the 
other two schools in the area, 
schools with larger reputations, 
larger budgets, and more publi- 
cized Tallent. 




For it is almost impossible for 
any major college coach, no 
matter who he is, to compete 
with the facilities that we have 
here at AU. Tom Young did 
compete and that is his great- 
est achievement. 

P.S. 




KERMIT WASHINGTON 

Statements of praise become 
amazingly inadequate when 
you try to describe an athlete, 
student, and person like Kermit 
Washington. 

As an athlete consider his 
records: 

*Second leading rebounder in 
the country as a sophomore. 
*Led the nation in rebounding 
his junior and senior years. 
*A career 20 point per game 
scoring average. 
*A career 20 rebound per game 
average. 

*Honorable Mention All- 
American as a junior. 
*Recognized as one of the five 
best basketball players in the 
country in being named to the 
Associated Press All-American 
team his senior year. 

Kermit's talents in the class- 
room proved to be equally im- 
pressive as those he displayed 
game after game on the bas- 
ketball court. He graduated 
with a B-plus average in his 
major, psychology. Further tes- 
timony to his talents as a stu- 
dent-athlete was provided by 
him being awarded a NCAA 
postgraduate scholarship to 
pursue his education. 

These could not have come to 
be were it not for that that 
makes up the person of Kermit 
Washington. A sense of dedi- 
cation, self-discipline, sensi- 
tivity, and intelligence came 
together to make up the per- 
sonality and spirit of Kermit 
Washington. Whatever life 
holds in store for him, the Tal- 
on staff as well as the AU com- 
munity would like to thank 
Kermit Washington for an ex- 
citing 4 years of AU basketball 
and a glimpse of a fine individ- 
ual. 



After the players Tom Young 
recruited have graduated, this 
latest golden era may be over. 



American 


93 


Rider 


84 


American 


86 


Drexel 


78 


American 


74 


Catholic 


59 


American 


73 


Syracuse 


84 


American 


73 


Delaware 


62 


American 


79 


St. John's 


75 


American 


98 


Appal. St 


84 


American 


85 


Roanoke 


76 


American 


80 


Rice 


61 


American 


103 


GW 


86 


American 


55 


St. Joe's 


78 


American 


82 


St Francis 


69 


American 


73 


Navy 


62 


American 


80 


GW 


85 


American 


86 


Gettysburg 


63 


American 


96 


West Chester 


56 


American 


90 


Hofstra 


81 


American 


60 


Temple 


71 


American 


66 


Fairleigh 


60 


American 


108 


King's 


87 


American 


109 


Duquesne 


94 


American 


96 


Loyola(Md.) 


88 


American 


107 


Towson 


89 


American 


88 


LaSalle 


79 


American 


90 


Georgetown 


68 


American 


84 


Louisville 


97 







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On March 1, 1973 shortly 
before noon. Director of 
Athletics, Robert Frailey, 
received American's first bid to 
the National Invitational 
Tournament. His remark: 
"Beautiful." 





Bookstore 





Biology 




Bowling 

and 

Billiards 



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Basketball 




Sari Elston 




Leslie Gilham 




Margaret )ones 




Nancy Jorisch 




Lauren Kalos 




Kim MacCartee 




Craig Phillips 




Lisa Phillips 




Ruby Pitts 




Shari Pollack 




Sue Rhodes 




Sue Sherwood 




Donna Tracy 




Frances Lake 




Coach 




American 


44 


American(forfeit) 


2 


American 


37 


American 


30 


American 


38 


American 


37 


American 


48 


American 


43 


American 


38 


American 


60 



Catholic 


47 


Georgetown 





Montgomery 


44 


Maryland II 


35 


Marymount 


40 


Trinity 


34 


Mount Vernon 


27 


Gallaudet 


33 


Prince George's 


50 


Hood 


37 



Baseball 



U) Mcirk Lowenstein 
I 1 Cliff Taylor 

12 Ron Riley 

13 Frank Zizik 

14 Steve McGugan 

15 Ken Becker 
\(i Chuck Taylor 
17 Arnie Grubel 

20 Gary Marschhausen 

21 Gary Bick 

23 lohn Boggs 

24 Rich Meth 

27 Rick Fleshman 
29 Dave Stuart 

31 Gary Master 

32 Neil Zurowski 
Dee Frady, Coach 












It was not a good season for 
Coach Dee Frady and his 
diamondmen. The Eagles were 
6- 1 1 overall and finished fifth 
in the MAC East. Frady, 
however, has much to look 
forward to in the nature of 
eight returning starters and his 
whole pitching staff. 

Rick Fleshman made a fine 
comeback from a bothersome 
elbow in 1972, as he won three 
games and led the MAC in 
strikeouts with 50 in less than 
46 innings of work. He also led 
the DC Intercollegiate League 
with 45 K's in 35'3 innings in 
the fall, hit six homers and 
knocked in 18 runs in 12 games 
to lead the DCIL m those 
departments. He batted .305 in 
the spring and lead the Eagles 
in hits, triples, and RBIs. He 
was aided by junior catcher 
Steve McGugan the DCIL all- 
star catcher, who hit seven 
homers and knocked in 24 runs 
in the split seasons. Only a 
great infield play in the final 
game prevented him from 
hitting 300 for the third time. 

Gary Bick was Fleshman's 
ma|or helper on the mound. 
The junior righty was 2-2 with 
a 2.45 ERA, the team's best, 
including a one-hit shutout 
against Hofstra which came 
within one out of a no-hitter. 

Ron Riley had a good freshman 
year at the bat and afield. Cliff 
Taylor, |ohn Boggs, Gary 
Marschhausen and Arnie 
Grubel played a lot of infield. 

Centerfielder Mark Lowenstein 
proved his versatility as he 
added the reputation of being 
the best defensive outfielder in 
the MAC to his MVP in soccer. 
Rich Meth and Chuck Taylor 
also helped in the outfield 
while Neil Zurowski, Dave Stuart, 
Frank Zizik, Gary Master and 
Ken Becker aided on the 
mound. 








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Classes 



Some came to learn, others 
came to experience. 
Many came not at all. 








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Coffeehouse 







Bonnie Raill 




Chemistry 




Alpha Chi Sigma 
Beta Upsilon Chapter 

Dr. Alayne Adams 

Tim Adams 

Bev Alexander 

Mike Blum 

Dr. Betty Boone 

)im Brown 

Dr. Tom Cantrell 

Dr. Fred Carson 

David Das 

Hal Eccleston 

Lida Firouzi 

Rich Granata 

)im Hain 

Dr. Gene Hepner 

lo-Anne Jackson 

Bill Kollar 

Allan Kramer 

Randy Lawson 

Dr.- Martin Lindemann 

Nellie Madamba 

lohn McCurdy 

Bill Miles 

lohn Miller 

Rich Mozejko 

Hao Nguyen 

Dr. Matt Norton 

Vikki Palumbo 

Bill Pauli 

KT Radindrmath 

Don Reamer 

Lynne Reamer 

)im Reamer 

loe Reardon 

Lidia Roche 

Dean Sismanidis 

Gary Thorn 

Pat Trzaskoma 

Yashesh Vaishnav 

Mindy Wildstein 

Cynthia Winston 

Doug Winzelberg 

Pete Yurawecz 




lota Sigma Pi 
Curium Chapter 

Dr. Alayne Adams 
Beverly Alexander 
Lida Firouzi 
)o-Anne lackson 
Vikki Palumbo 
Lynne Reamer 
Lidia Roche 
Pat Trzaskoma 
Dr. T. Sarada 
Dr. Rosalie Angeles 



Chess 




Chess Club 





Cheerleaders 



Patritid Carter 
Billy Trainor 
Paula Kohlhaas 
Meri Rogers 
Bev Meyers 
English Willis 
Sherry Williams 
Arleen Price 
Kathy Barry 
Sue Rvan 



Communications 





hav-atitTif, 




BUST 
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BUY A PRINT 







WOMEN IN COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 

Pdtti Berman 
Marcia Berss 
lackie Bivins 
Sheryl Bronkesh 
lulia Cade 
Catherine Caslellito 
Kathleen Circosta 
Susan Cohen 
Linda deMilt 
Alex Dickson 
Libby Dubick 
Mary Clare Geiger 
Diane Classman 
Mindy Good 
Debe Hunn 
lackie ludd 
Marianne lumbelic 
Sally Konowitch 
Andrea Piatt 
Mary Ellen Porrazzo 
Karen Warmkessel 
Susan Zinnsky 

|o Williams 
Advisor 



SIGMA DELTA CHI 

Marianne Bechtle 
Marcia Berss 
lackie Bivins 
Dr Robert Blanchard 
Proi Edward Bliss 
Kathryn Bookman 
Alexander Chadvvick 
lames Dawson 
Alex Dickson 
Mary Clare Geiger 
Susan Glass 
Mark Crawtord 
Donna Hennings 
Robert \r\ur\ey 
lackie ludd 
Marianne lumbelic 
Karen Lichtenberg 
George Linkletter 
Susan Perry 
Mary Ellen Porrazzo 
Kathy Prirhard 
Don Pestles 
Jeff Rodack 
losh Rosenteld 
Audree Ryberg 
Anita Schmied 
Mary Seeharfer 
Patricia Shannon 
Gary Nurenberg 
Donald Taylor 
Christopher Thorn 
Lois Vermillion 
Karen Warmkessel 
Karen Weitzel 



Prof. H. D. Crawford 
Advisor 





Concerts 



Chicago 






When it's time to function 
as a feeling human being, 

Will your Bachelor of Arts 
help you get by? 

I hope to study further, 

A few more years or so. 

I also hope to keep a 
steady high. 




Grateful 
Dead 





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Dance 





HOW TO PLAGUE YOUR ROOMMATE 

Throw his mattress out the 5th floor window. 

Steal his cologne, wrap it up and send it to your father 
for Christmas. 

Tie his ties together and hang them out the window to 
your friend on the next floor, so you can pass beer up 
and down. 

Fill up trashcans with water and lean them against the 
inside of the elevator doors. Press the button of the floor 
on which your roommate is waiting and drown him 
when the elevator doors open. 

Stick pennies in between the door and the door jam 
when your roommate is inside and you are outside so he 
can't get out. Then leave him there for three days. 

WHAT TO SAY WHEN YOU WALK IN ON YOUR 
ROOMMATE AND HIS/HER GIRL/BOYFRIEND 

'The lights were out and I thought you'd left." 

'Oops." 

'I wanted to take a shower." 

'You told me to come back at NINE." 

'Haven't you guys left yet?" 

'Gee ... I only came to get my other contact." 

'I didn't realize you weren't alone." 

'I thought that you were asleep." 

'Well, why don't you lock the door?" 




A WANS STORY 

During my first two years at 
AU I was lucky enough to have 
lived in a single apartment 
with all the modern 
conveniences, tor a scant $70 per 
month. However, "al! good 
things come to an end" and 
my castle was taken away from 
me by a back-stabbing 
landlord. Undaunted and with 
few room possibilities in the 
DC. area available, I decided 
to try my luck and live in 
McDowell Hall, which some of 
my friends spell D-E-V'-I-L-'S 
l-S-L-A-N-D. 

Now the physical plant of the 
Hall isn't bad in itself if vou 
overlook the regimented 
construction of the rooms. It's 
the residents of McD that add 
the carnival atmosphere to the 
place and give it the reputation 
of being the best boy's dorm to 
live m on campus (the rep was 
fostered by McD residents of 
course). 



First of all, many of the 
students in McD smoke dope 
and It's a rare night indeed 
when a cloud of smoke doesn't 
permeate at least some 
hallways. On the recreational 
side, McD has been the scene 
of some great egg fights, 
shampoo fights, shaving cream 
and baby powder fights. Early 
morning conversations, frisbee 
and hockey hallway games, 
stereo vo'ume contests and 
fornication are but a few of the 
various activities in which one 
can participate. The walls of 
McD's bathroom stalls provide 
written testimonials to race, 
creed, monetary background 
and sexual drive, besides 
displaying some of the bt'st 
nude drawings this side of 
Picasso. 

My first month of dorm living 
was a period of adjustment — 
learning to live with a 
roommate for the first time, 
withstanding the noisy 
atmosphere and relating with 



the guys on my floor. As it was, 
my first roommate and I didn't 
get along, and because of an 
extremely noisy alarm clock 
(mine) and an annoying habit 
of getting up late and going to 
bed early (his), we parted 
company. 

Moving into a room across the 
hal', I inherited a roommate 
that was the epitome of the 
old saying "with friends like 
you, who needs enemies." His 
abrasive personality plus my 
late-night social life kept us 
constantly at odds with each 
other and my experience of 
living in McDowell ended as a 
dismal failure when I moved 
into an off-campus apartment 
the next semester. 

Putting all the grief aside I feel 
1 was fortunate to live m 
McDowell Hal , for I did le.irn 
about life in a co'lege 
dormitorv and how much 
better it is to live ott-campus I 
applaud the hardy individuals 
who live in all of American's 
dorms and I marvel at the way 
they keep their sanity. 






RESIDENCE HALL 
ASSOCIATION 



Glenn Kessler 

President 

Bob Suphan 

Vice President 

Marty Bearg 

Treasurer 

Amy Davidson 

Secretary 

Vicky Dann 

Program 

Marie Fitzgerald 

President, Anderson Hall 

Helen Nucci 

President, Letts Hall 

Mary Seelaus 

Vice President, Letts Hall 

loanne Palumbo 

Secretary, Letts Hall 

Andrea Katona 

President, Hughes Hall 

Kate Perrin 

Vice President, Hughes Hall 

Fred Tatfae 

President, McDowell Hall 

Paula Holden 

RHA Committee 

lanet Kraus 

RHA Committee 







A WOMAN'S STORY 

It's ten o'clock and I'm still 
asleep, or at least trying. Mrs. 
Letts has already made two 
earth-shaking announcements 
concerning an electrician, and 
the maids have been banging 
the trash cans since eight a.m. 

The lounge was packed last 
night. We all stayed up to see 
"Love Story" all over again. 
Everyone tried not to cry--- 
after all, "Love Story" is 
popular mush. So we made 
cynical remarks and sniffed 
secretly. 

I decide to get up; the noise 
from the quad is echoing all 
the way up here. The hall 
phone is ringing but no one is 
answering it. We've all got 
phones in our rooms so it 
couldn't be anyone important. 
The room is freezing so I put 
the heat on and go out to the 
bathroom. 

No toilet paper in stalls one 
through three. But four's got it 
and I can relax. The maid left 
extra rolls on top of the towel 
dispenser so I take one and 
save on the cost of Kleenex. I 
stare mindlessly at the various 
handbills that are plastered all 
over the mirrors and wall. The 
bathroom door squeaks as I go 
out and I can hear the faucets 
dripping behind me. 

I turn off the heat. In the time 
It takes to get dressed I have to 
turn it back on again . . . the 
room Is freezing. The girls 
upstairs are doing their own 
variation on the Bonnie Pruden 
keep-fit program, so as they 
pound I sit down to write the 
paper I didn't do last night 
because of "Love Story." 

I just begin and the maid 
knocks. It's time to clean the 
room and I have to clear 
everything off and leave the 
room. As I sweep the piles of 
books off the desk onto my 



bed I think that, "But this is 
Tuesday, and she's scheduled 
to clean Mondays, but last 
time it was Thursday." I throw 
the shoes in my closet and 
leave. 

It's a perfect time to check my 
mail. The chains that keep the 
residents from accosting the 
mail clerks are down. I get to 
the box that's on the bottom 
row at the end. No mail as 
usual. 

I wander back into the lounge. 
The afternoon soapers have 
taken their places . . . it's time 
for "All My Children." I wander 
out again. I'm not interested 
until five o'clock when "Star 
Trek" comes on. Someone 
hears a phone ringing and 
there's a chorus of: "Is that my 
phone?" "Is that my phone?" 

One of Mrs. Letts' electricians 
appears. Looking eagerly into 
one room then another he 
announces for our safety, 
"Man in the Hall! Man in the 
Hall!" What else is new? We 
have two permanent male 
residents unbeknownst to the 
RA. The biggest problem is 
which bathroom to take them 
to. 

It's dinner time and the lounge 
is crowded. There's a waiting 
line three pots long for the two 
burners. The tables have been 
staked out for dinner. Everyone 
seems to exist on soup or 
hamburger. We all stare 
intently at the 59th rerun of "I 
Love Lucy" and the "Dick Van 
Dyke Show." As soon as the 
news comes on someone 
changes the channel. 

Night falls and we gather in 
our favorite cliques for card 
games and "Marcus Welby." 
We find our floor buddies, 
those persons we know well. 
There is comradene and 
mutual interests and if 
someone has an empty bed it's 
offered to the girl whose 



roommate is having a friend. 
The diehards stay up for Alfred 
Hitchcock or Carson if he's not 
too obnoxious. Those who 
came to school to learn stay up 
to write their papers and study 
for tests. Someone offers to put 
on water for coffee, someone 
else brings in the cups. It's 
finally quiet on the floor. 





Dateline 



August 1972-Mciy 1973 

August: 

After a national debate over his 
health. Senator Thomas 
Eagleton yielded to a request 
by Senator George McGovern 
and withdrew from his 
campaign tor the Vice- 
Presidency. 

Presidential Aitle Henry 
Kissinger made his 15th trip to 
Paris to meet with Hanoi's top 
negotiators. Speculation is that 
a settlement has been reached 
in the Vietnam War. 

Senator George McGovern 
chose Sargent Shriver as his 
running mate after Senator 
Edmund Muskie rejected his 
invitation to |oin the 
Democratic ticket. 

In a single 24 hour period, 
August 21-22, 14 homocides 
were reported in New York 
City. 

September: 

Bobby Fischer ot the United 
States defeated Boris Spassky 
of Russia to become World 
Chess Champion in matches 
held at Reykjavik, Iceland. 



The Newark Evening News, 
once one of the largest papers 
in New lersey but hurt by 
long strikes and mounting 
costs, went out of business. 

U.S. supremacy m Olympic 
basketball ended when the 
Russian team scored a disputed 
goal and walked off with 51-50 
victory, the 1st Olympic loss 
for a U.S. basketball team. 

At the 20th Olympiad held in 
Munich, Germany, Arab 
terrorists struck and killed 17 
people, 11 of them Israeli 
athletes. 

Indictments were handed out 
by a Washington Federal 
Grand |ury in the Watergate 
bugging case in which 7 men 
were accused ot breaking into 
the Democratic National 
Committee on |une 17th. 

A stern anti-hijacking bill was 
overwhelmingly adopted by 
the Senate which gave the FA.A 
power to impose preflight 
screening of passengers. 

October: 

Three POW's, Maj. Edwin Ellas, 
Lt. Mark Gantley and Lt. Norris 
Clark were released by the 
North Vietnamese into the 



custody of the Committee of 
Liason, an American based 
organization. 

Freedom of speech was 
assailed when Newark Evening 
News reporter Peter Bridge was 
lailed for refusing to answer 
questions for a Grand |ury 
investigation into corruption ot 
the Newark Housing Authority. 

The Oakland Athletics 
defeated the Cincinnati Reds 3- 
2 to win the World Series of 
Baseball. 

lackie Robinson, a baseball star 
for manv years with the 
Brooklyn Dodgers and the first 
Black to break the ma|or 
league color-line, died at age 
54." 

November: 

Richard Nixon was re-elected 
as President by a better than 
(iO°c. ot the nation's voters. 

For the first time in 12 years, 
Cuba and the U.S. established 
detente over the question ot 
preventing airline hijacking. 

During a [solice-student 
confrontation over school 
administration policy, two 
Black Southern University 



students were slam. 

December: 

Apollo 17 astronauts Eugene 
Cernan, Ronald Evans and 
Harrison Schmitt rode in the 
last moon mission, signalling 
the end of an 1 1 year scientific 
research program which had 
cost $25 billion. 

Following explosions that 
killed 2 persons and injured 
126, the Irish Government 
prepared to arrest members of 
the outlawed Irish Republican 
Army. 

Robert Strauss of Texas was 
elected Chairman of the 
Democratic National 
Committee, replacing retiring 
lean Westwood. 

Life Magazine, one of the few 
remaining publications in 
America that presented non- 
specialized material, went out 
of business because of 
financial difficulties. 

A series of powerful 
earthquakes destroyed a large 
part of the Nicaraguan Capital 
of Managua, killing and 
miuring tens-of-thousands of 
persons. 



I lie White House cinnounced 
Ihe resumption oi lull-scale 
mining and bombing of North 
Vietnam, two days after 
Presidential Aide Henry 
Kissinger told the press he had 
tailed to reach a settlement 
with Hanoi. 

The Rev. Philip Berrigan was 
ireed after 39 months in a 
Federal prison. The priest was 
lailed for having burned draft 
board records in protest 
against the Vietnam War. 

Harry S. Iruman, the Sird 
President ot the U.S. died at the 
age ot 88. 

|dnu.iry: 

Koljerto Clemente, baseball 
great, died while on a mercy 
mission to earth(iuake-torn 
VUinagua. 

Richard Nixon was Inaugurated 
lor his second term as 
President of the United stales 

Ihe U.S. suspended all 
bombing of Vietnam and 
Henry Kissinger returned to 
Pans to finalize the agreement 
lo end the Vietnam War. 
Defense Secretary Melvin Laird 
announced the end of a 
military draft. 



LvntJon Baines lohnson, 5()th 
President of the United States, 
died ot a heart attack at his 
1 exas ranch. 

February: 

Forty-three workers were 
buried in an explosion that 
ripped apart the world's largest 
hcjuefied gas storage tank. 

The U.S. announced a 
devaluation of the dollar by 10 
per cent, against nearly all ot 
the world's major currencies. 

The first I4i out of over 500 
'\merican prisoners of the 
V ietnam War were released 
and flown to Clark Air Force 
Base in the Philippines. 

President Nixon named Patrick 
Cray to be Director ot Ihe FBI 

Israeli tighter planes shot down 
a civilian Libyan letliner in Ihe 
Sinai des(>rt, kil'ing 74 persons, 

Arab terrorists, members of Ihe 
Black September group, took 
the lives of U.S. diplomats lohn 
Ncjel and Charles Moore 
during a raid in Ihe Sudan. 

March: 

UCLA defeated Memphis Stae 



to win the NCAA's college 
basketball championship. 
Virginia Tech (Jeteated Notre 
Damt> lo win the NIT. 

Two huntired mi'itant Indians 
captured a church in Wounded 
Knee, South Dakota, and held 
I I residents hostage until their 
demands were met b\ the U.S. 
Government. 

Rising grocery prices have 
caused the American shopper 
to turn to fish, poultry or 

'meatless days" in the battle to 
stem inflation. 

April: 

Pablo Picasso, a dominant 
force in Ihe art world died at 
91 

Ihe 57-day confrontation at 
Wounded Knee between 
armed Indian insurgents and 
federal agents ended with a 
signed agreement ending Ihe 
Indians' occupation. 

Under mounting Watergate 
pressure, Patrick Gray resigned 
as Acting Director ot the FBI 
and was replaced by William 
Ruckelshaus. 

May: 

The Ncnv York Knicks and 



Montreal Canadians 
respectively wrapi^ed up the 
pro basketball and hockey 
champicjnships. 

White House Counsel John 
Dean, Presidential Aide lohn 
Ehrlichman, Attorney General 
Richard Kleindienst and Chief 
ot StafI MR. Haldeman all 
resigned in a White House 
purge that totaled 19 by Ihe 
middle of May. 

Skylab, the nation's first 
manned space station, was 
threatened with failure when 
lis wing-like so'ar panels failed 
to deploy. 

Asserting his innocente in the 
Watergate afiair tor the second 
time. President Nixon and a 
stunned nation listened lo the 
Senate Watergate hearings in 
which major witness lames 
McCord made reference lo 
executive clemency in 
exchange tor his silence in the 
mailer. It was the first mention 
oi Presidential knowledge ol 
Ihe Watergate. 

Citmg imfKoper Government 
conduct, judge William Byrne, 
jr. dismissed a I charges against 
Daniel Ellsberg and Anthony j. 
Russo in the Pentagon Papers 
trial. 




Dispensary 






EXCUSES 

Why I was not at the exam: 

There was an exam? 

Last night I studied so hard I 
slept through my alarm this 
morning and didn't get up in 
time to come. 

I thought It was an optional 
exam. 

My syllabus must have the 
wrong date on it. 

I had mono/my appendix out/ 
strep throat/24 hour virus. 

My roommate locked me in the 
room because he knew you'd 
flunk me for missing the exam. 

Why I can't turn in my term 
paper: 

My kid brother made helicopters 
out of all my file cards. 

My mother thought it was last 
year's Christmas card list and 
threw it away. 

I typed about 8 pages, but my 
ribbon is too old to give clear 
copy. 

I think my roommate took it by 
mistake. 

The kids I was baby sitting for 
this morning ripped it up. 

It must still be on my desk, I 
was in such a rush to get to 
class early that I forgot it. 

I think my father mailed it in 
with his income tax report. 

My roommate got drunk last night 
and threw it out the window 
when I was in the bathroom. 



The Eagle 



Missle Allen 
Cindy Barnett 
Gary Davidson 
Jennifer Dixon 
Leslie Dobrow 
Brian Doherty 
Phil Economou 
Barbara Fee 
Dennis Frado 
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Mark Crobman 
left Harab 
Nancy Harrell 
Ed Kean 
Charley Kilmer 
Bob Kimball 
Tom Kintner 
Denise Lamot 
Gary Liput 
Doug Mathews 
Bob Melisso 
Michael Menchel 
Len Micharlsen 
Mike O'Toole 
Tom Papadeas 
Bob Parrish 
Robin Perlstein 
Andie Piatt 
Donna Reed 
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lackie Schmitt 
Lynda Sharp 
Bob Sicklick 
Warren Siegel 
Lucy Spiegel 
Betsy Storm 
Meredith Sykes 
Bruce Taylor 
Bob Walker 
Clitt Wilce 
Fran Zankowski 
jetf Zimmerman 
Max Zweig 





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HE'S HERE' ARTEMAS Ward has come' 

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ROSE NEEDS A ROOMMATE! fieceni ^liti 
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DEAR KEN,. HAPPY Anniversary I love 
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HEY. HEY WHAT can I do' Chicks from 
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INTERESTED IN JOINING a kosher co-op' 
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HELP! I'M A Ireshman with two idtotic 
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CLAUDIA AND GENE Congrats on your 
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ol something great We trwe you. Sol and 
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ALEX OROOGY IS really Bemadette Devtm 

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mei hann specializes in tune-ups All work 
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ANYONE INTERESTED IN sitting in (tor a 
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MALAYSIAN BATIK ARTS lor sale Price 
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BONGO WAS HERE 

LYMNC HAPPY BIRTHDAY Scorpio love 
Si, III r S Kj,e XHJ lo ;i 
"ADVENTURES ON A Marsian Coif Course 
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Times theap S07 McDowell 



MR, AND MRS. barbfa s parents Welcome 
u, Wash.ngiiin and AU finally we gel to 
meet y.^u The girls Irom 4 South 
FtSK HOW ABOUT a repeat of Mile 71 this 

vvf*--nd Dir.t^ 

GIRL WANTED TO share 2 bedroom apart 
mem with 2 other lemates i55 month Up 
per Connecticut Avenue in district Call al- 
ter S pm Kaihv or lane, l*)! 3709 
CHUCK WAS THAT a good catch' 
BIO MAiOflS - NEED a friend' lorn Beta 
Held I'l Beta make some Iriends and have a 
lona lun Thursday, November 2. HH 2, 8 
p m 

M. - GOT DULL scissors or moments' I ve 
been waning tof> but can't lind you C 
(the righl ego') 

SUEDE COAT: DARK brown, knee-length. 
like new condition Size 7.<*, great for Fall 
Call Paiti !62 12'*8 

LIKE DANCING. ..AND Onnkmg' And 
generally hav.ng lun' Come lo Ihe Pan 
(ihn.,n Oante tonight. Isi lloor MCC 

WELCOME. ARTEMAS Waid" - AU Snci«ty 
ol Pigeons 

AU PRE-MEO HONOR Society presents 
How to Avoid a Hear! Attack, a lilm seen 
• in bO Mmuies with Mtke Wallace Ask lor 
room number m Biolr^gy Department of- 
fice 

C0S0...SO tF I m a good boy this week 
what goes 'or this weekend' 
I WATCHED WITH glee while your kings 
and queens 'ought lor len decades lor the 
gcKJs Ihey made 

DtANE AND JEFF love, luck and hap 
piness from S & I 
ORG - GIVE UP the nice stuff it |ust won I 

SINGLE BED... LITTLE narrower, good 

stable spring, clean thick malKess. quite 

new CocxJ lor apartment beginrsers Please 

call »h2 8670 6 iO am 

GAT LIBERATION„IF you re lor real, you >l 

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Them s the rules 

FOR SALE.^IO 1 10 burgundy tug, mat 

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living room end table Make ollet. catl alter 

6 30 pm S8'* M36 

TO JOAN IN 307. Y<jur personality radiates 

like the sunshine on a Spring Day Let s go 

t>ut to dmnei one evening 

HAPPY 20th UNCLE CHUCKIE, ya goof 

Howie Wollie Patty and the Jewish girl 

JAN - GIVE IN or I II keep bugging ycxj' All I 

THE SOCIAL EVENT ol ihe season' The 
Cathedral Avenue Halloweeen F lasto. 
tomorr<Fw evening All you need lo get m is 
a costume For further details, ask around' 
VOLVO REPAIR: EXPERIENCED honest 
me< hann will do tur>e-ups brakes, shocks, 
tires By appointment only House calls, 
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THREE IN THE SaieUite S have gamed star- 
dom Don t worry. Paul, our day will come 
JIM FRANCIS WIU be m Dr Pierce s office 
at 2 pm tixlay in lell about his gteat voyage 
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CHINESE TUTOR BEGINNING and advan 
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message for Barbara hOh 218b 
HAPPY BIRTHDAY SU • The Gang in bIS 
DEAREST MAGOO..,iill the sun sets lor eter 
nity, and darkness prevails lor ever. I know 
that at least there are 2 ol us who are in- 
deed veiy happy Gray-woolen-slrait- 
lacketwearer 

AUDITIONS 2 ORIGINAL l acts plus a 
puppet theatre production. Saturday Oc 
tober .'8 I I am New lecture Hall Call 
Kft*> .'ii- t,.„ information 
P IRISH EYES are smiling 
R H MERRICK Alter you re famous will 
anyr.ne know that your real name is Terry' 
0. MY GOO, I m all hanging out' At New 
lei lure Hall. 8 pm tonight and tomorrow 
IS THE PANDA man the same as the 
balloon man or is Cray Wooly lacket 
Wearer really Mr Magoo' Beware ol Ihe 
man m the seersucker toupee. W H 
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DOOGIE: WILL YOU autograph your high 
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ANYONE INTERESTED IN being the inter 
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Dean Neates oldce 686 2078 
ANNE OARUNG - YOU and me could make 
history Meet me in New Lecture tonight or 
tomorrow at 6 love Will 
SEE THE U.S>. with Gregg Hiichmgpart 
ner wanted For information call Rick 2*4 



LAWTON. I OON-T want f. play lor your 

HALLOWEEN PARTY ALL members AU 

Pre M.-d Hon., I s.., .,.,y 8 pm 0( l-.ber n 

general meeting Biology Seminary Room 

REMEMBER WHAT ARTEMAS Ward said 

thai taielul night 

SEE THE BIRDIE! S.gn up irtr senior px 

lures October H November 1 2 lobby 

MCC 

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TLS Sunday -s h months only 7 more til 

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Isav Spiritual Room A 8 (veiyf)ne 

welcome' 

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4JhM 

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mn 

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lorRt-t 

LEAVING FOR A weekend, need paid riders 

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Ride Board a call We may have the riders 

you need to gel away *W>h-5'^n noon til 4 

am daily 

PLEDGES OF PHI Sigma Sigma beware ol 

the Halloween ghosi' 

COMPLETE COVERAGE OF [lecnon N.ght 

resulls .,n rt AMI ■ hlO AM 

WHO KNOWS WHAT evil lurks in the hearts 

ij man' 

DON'T BE CAUGHT uncosiumed lor 

Halloween Buy a Camp AU T-Shiri in 824 

Leonard Hall 

RIDE NEEDED TO New Haven. Friday. 

November J, and coming back to DC on 

SurxJay November 5 Will share expenses, 

driving Contact Dcnothy, 3 13 1$4S 

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE new 

president' Anderson Hall has its lirst elec 

led leprechaun' (And that s no blarney. 

tolks'l 

DIANE - WILL BROWN University last 

I'jnger Ihan New England Slate College' 

STEVE KAPLAN TALKS with Captain 20 

ihis Sunday 12 lam on WAMU hlO AM 

NORTON YOU'RE THE best I love you 

lorever ' I he high balloon 

DEENA YQU BETTER slop visiting Crum 

pets it yotj want to stay as sleek as sculls' 

Ytxjr secret admirers 

EX PARTE MiaiGAN telK it all Beware, 

beware cold Llecembei 

FEEUNG DOWN-.FRIENOS not around' 

The people on Hotline base the time and 

concern you may be looking tot 966 S'SI). 

noon til 4 jrn daily 

SUBMISSION IS A Virtue Submit material 

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Bo" 1 368 Anderson Fiction poetry art. 

essays photographs plays book reviews 

Call 686 (/«1 

WOOOIE S._OD you have something in 

your eye or what' Happy 

JANE L STOP making long distance phone 

calls in my room Your credits no gocxi 

cause yf>ur someboby s fool Big Sis 

JAN - WHAT ARE you going to do Macke 

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Whether the AU student stays 
up all night to study or to play 
makes no difference. Sometime 
during the night you get hun- 
gry. The late night food stop in 
DC is one of the most impor- 
tant institutions that the area 
offers us. The following is a 
review of the most popular 
eating places for midnight 
snacks. 

The Waffle Shop: By far the 

leader in the late night culinary 
field. A friend of mine once 
said that the Waf is the only 
place with 23 kinds of grease 
. . greasy eggs, greasy po- 
tatoes, even greasy soup. Aside 
from that slippery drawback 
the Waf's prices are reason- 
able, the portions healthy and 
the service commendable. Be- 
sides its assets of being open 
23 hours a day it proprietors 



and customers offer a study in 
human variety. It's rumored 
that the cooks and waiters are 
ex-convicts and have Mafia 
connections. The customers 
range from AU drug freaks to 
beer drunk fraternity men. Oc- 
casionally, AU women will 
wander in with their 
boyfriends in tow. 

Toddle House: The Toddle 
House ranks second on the 
strength of it Waf-like quali- 
ties, namely its 24 hour avail- 
ability, menu selection and lo- 
cation (one block from the 
Waf, going West on Wiscon- 
sin). However, it does have 
limited service capacity with 
only 15 counter stools and one 
waitress with a poor memory 
for who gets what. 

Roy Rodgers and Luigi's: These 



two are grouped together be- 
cause they both lack an impor- 
tant qualification — a varied se- 
lection. How many cheesebur- 
gers or pizzas can you eat 
without getting zits or a nag- 
ging doubt of what ever hap- 
pened to Trigger? 

Mr. Henry's and The Lodge: 

These are ranked with special 
consideration because unlike 
those previously mentioned 
above, these restaurants serve 
alcoholic beverages and any 
food tastes good when you've 
had a few beers under your 
belt. Henry's is far superior in 
both food and service. The 
Lodge is all right, except eating 
on their tables, which have 
been carved up with initials 
and lewd sayings, is like eating 
off a bathroom stall. 



Armand's: Its prices are out- 
rageous, its subs soggy and its 
capacity to hold hungry people 
severely limited. Armand's is 
the place that runs a contest of 
any four people versus a six- 
foot every-thing-on-it sub. The 
walls are covered with pictures 
of those who have challenged 
the big beast and failed misera- 
bly. 

Zebra Room: All the fratmen 
flooded to the Zebe before the 
Tavern came to campus. Now 
since our at-school bar takes 
care of most everyone's thirst 
for beer and quick drunks, only 
the nostalgic few from AU 
make the trip to the corner of 
Macomb and Wisconsin. 
Greasy pizza with flaky crusts 
is the specialty of the house. 





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Field Hockey 



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American 


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Bonnie Crumley 

Lisa Diehl 

Leslie Gilham 

Pamela Hemrichs 

Nancy Jorisch 

leanine Kleimo 

Rita Kruhm 

Chris Lafferty 

Kim MacCartee 

Martha McDay 

Craig Phillips 

Lisa Phillips 

Ruby Pitts 

Gail Rees 

Sue Rhodes 

Sue Ryan 

Sue Sherwood 

Robin Stein 

Donna Tracey 

Bitty Trainor 

lean Wallace 

Barbara Reimann, Coach 



The American University Field 
Hockey team had its best sea- 
son in years, with a record of 4 
wins, I losses and 4 ties. Under 
the direction of Coach Barbara 
Reimann and led by captains 
Bonnie Crumley and Biffy 
Trainor, the Eagles allowed just 
six goals in the ten game sea- 
son. 

Goalie Crumley and lullback 
Sue Sherwooci bulwarked the 
defense with adequate help 
from Sue Ryan, Sue Rhodes, 
Craig Phillips and Donna 
Tracey, as well as halfback, 
Trainor. But it was Lisa Diehl, 
the team's left halfback, that 
brought most of the glory to 
the defense. Diehl was se- 
lected to participate in the 
Washington College Tourna- 
ment, the Southeastern 
Tourney and the National Field 
Hockey Tournament in Califor- 
nia. 

Spearheadmg the attack were 
Leslie Gilham with four 
goals and Nancy lorisch with 
three. Robin Stein, Lisa Phillips 
and Pam Heinrichs also aided 
up front. 







Football 



Bob Sokolove 
Jeff Blerer 
Mark Levitt 
Tom Kolchanski 
Bill Gray 
Ray Bily 
Charlie Bowers 
Steve Goodman 
Harry Payden 
Rich Kahn 
Bob Andreoli 
Sean McGmty 
Keum Daniels 
Chris Oliveri 
Don Brawner 
Glenn Meltzer 
Elliot Sommer 
Don McFarland 
Dave Murphy 
Steve Koppel 
Mike Troop 
|im McDonald 
John Hollinger 
Tom Corcoran 
Dave Wolf 
Scott Avery 
Steve Moss 
Cliff Jenks 
Dave Rosen 
Gary Speigler 
Bob Lewis 
Jerry Smollen 
Bruce Hudock 
Jim Embersits 
Doug Woodbury 
Mary Seelaus 
Elaine Wallach 



Lance Kaufman 

Carl Paulsen 

Frank Creneti, Head Coach 

Jack Carter, Coach 

Eric Olsen, Coach 

Bill Cibney, Coach 

Stanley Ross, Coach 

J. Michael Ritz, Trainer 

Thomas DeBevoise, M.D. 

Jerry Waters 







Greeks 



Greeks There are still sororities and 

fraternities at American. You 
can see sorority row on the 
bridge at Anderson. You can 
see the tables of beer drinkers 
at the Tavern. The lady that 
lives behind the Phi Sig house 
who complains every week is 
quite aware of them. But just 
these things are all the campus 
hears about the Creeks. And so 
the myths and fictions 
about the Greek System 
continue to thrive; myths that 
are based on the Greek System 
of the fifties. Times have 
changed and the Greek System 
has changed, too. 

> There are still parties . , . 

Drinking and dancing to a live 
band and being with your 
friends. They are the last 
vestiges of a college social life 
when you knew the people, 
instead of being overwhelmed 
by the large number of strange 
bodies. 

The Greeks still rush to get 
new members. But now they 
wear jeans and talk informally 
to get to know the individual. 

The Greeks at AU realize that 
being in a sorority or fraternity 
is just a part of one's life. The 
attitude held here - that a 
fraternity is a supplement to 
the whole spectrum of friends 
and activities - is ahead of a 
lot of Greek Systems on other 
campuses today. 

Aside from their social 
function, each fraternity and 
soronty has at least one major 
charity that they work for and 
give to annually. Usually, 
besides their mam altruism, 
they do other smaller projects 



for charity. One sorority made 
bean bags and puppets for St. 
Anne's Orphanage and gave a 
Halloween party for them. The 
fraternities collected for 
UNICEF. Other sororities 
visited Vietnam veterans at 
Walter Reed, took D.C. inner 
city kids to "Godspell" 
gave an eyetest to Head Start 
children, and raised money for 
the Hospital Ship Hope. 

This year there has been an 
effort to have more jointly 
sponsored and attended 
activities between the 
fraternities and sororities. The 
Panhellenic Council 
(comprised of delegates from 
each sorority) and the Inter- 
Fraternity Council (made up of 
delegates from each fraternity) 
organized an all Greek party 
and the traditional Song Pest 
for the last weekend in April. 

The party was held in MGC 
with each club contributing a 
keg and IPC and Panhell 
supplying a live band. To end 
the weekend. Song Pest was 
held. Traditionally, Song Pest 
was a very formal affair with 
costumes, scripts, and dozens 
of rules for |udging criteria. 
This year each group agreed to 
perform with songs or a skit 
and could come dressed as 
they chose. President and Mrs. 
Williams were met on campus 
and persuaded to be judges. 
The best sorority award for 
Song Pest was won by Alpha 
Chi Omega, and the best 
fraternity award went to Alpha 
Ppsilon Pi. 

All these activities are based on 
the purpose or a fraternity, 
which is friendship. 





'ANHELLENIC COUNCIL 



INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL 



Sandra Perry 
President, 1972 
Alexandra Dickson 
President, 1973 
Donna Cohen 
Vice President 
Susan Rhodes 
Mary Hester 
Melissa Allen 
Barbara Tieman 
Mary Seelaus 
Robin Stein 
Valerie Johnston 
Nancy Votz 



Andy Harp 
President 
Bill Summers 
Vice-President 
Alex Felton 
Treasurer 
jerry Smollen 
Secretary 
Steve Polin 
Wayne Knibole 
jim McDonald 
Kevin Krause 
Tex Terkel 
Len Hutner 
Rick Rmaldi 
George Linkletter 



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ALPHA CHI OMEGA 

Mary Ann Armstrong 
Janet Babbitz 
Melissa Barrett 
Michelle Battaglia 
Karyl Berger 
Andrea Berkovsky 
Debbie Berlyn 
Roberta Coffin 
Alexandra Dickson 
Leslie Dobrow 
Marilyn Fenner 
Wendy Goldsmith 
Meryl Greenberg 
Ronni Heller 
Lisa Hershberg 
Mary Hester 



Sue Kittner 
Alisa Levy 
Jill Neiswender 
Barbara Newell 
Helen Nucci 
Sue Pesner 
Nancy Pruden 
Linda Radionoff 
Sue Rhodes 
Anita Schmied 
Barbara Seaman 
Karen Yergalonis 





ALPHA EPSILON PI 

Dan Barton 
Don Carlow 
Ted Enfield 
Mark Farrell 
Mark Goldhaber 
Len Hutner 
Tom Hutlon 
)im Kettering 
Tom Kokai 
Mark Masin 
Bruce Olin 
Bill Rattner 
Steve Rosenbaum 
Steve Saks 
Paul Schloss 
Ken Schwartz 
Mark Selig 
Andrew Silberslein 
Sandy Slivku 



lerry Smolen 
Larry Stern 
Rob Stoddard 
Fred Taffae 
Bruce Taylor 
Tex Terkel 
Ed Varrone 
Alan Wachman 
Dave Warren 
Gene Weinstein 
Frank Zizik 

Dennis Miller 
Chapter Supervisor 




KAPPA DELTA 

Mary Bush 
Debbie Cohen 
Linda deMilt 
Glen Diclcerson 
Lois Fortunato 
Leslie Franl< 
Cindi Fraser 
Barbara Friedman 
Beth Cefen 
Nancy Gendler 
Teri Goldberg 
Suzan Graham 
Adene Gross 
Karen Hazlett 
Ava Herman 
Ellen Herschenfeld 
Debra Jacobson 
Rachael Marimont 
Margot Meeks 
Margie Mendel 
Barbi Mitchell 
Denise Navarre 
Sharon Pacitto 
Sandy Perry 
Susan Pitek 
Andrea Robbins 
Ellyn Rosen 
Donna Rowlinson 
Mary Seelaus 
Sharon Snyder 
Robin Stem 
Sheila Swan 
Lee White 
Lisa Widelitz 






ALPHA TAU OMEGA 

Alan Abromowitz 
Frank Chuffo 
Joseph Coyle 
Robert Enk 
Richard Fleshman 
Michael Goldman 
Mark Grobman 
Paul Hallisay 
Andrew Harp 
Chris Heslin 
Joseph Higgins 
Jerry Hill 
Jeff Holden 
Larry Imhoff 
William Klein 
Thomas Kochanski 
Kevin Krause 
Christopher Kulzer 
David Legge 
Jim MacDonald 
James Moon 
Chris Oliveri 
Brian O'Neill 
Don Postles 
Andrew Powlowski 
Norman Roth 
Andrew Sonneland 
Howard Vine 
Thomas Visotsky 
Michael Voipe 




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DELTA GAMMA 

Missie Allen 
)o Ambrose 
Carolyn Bardwell 
Bridget Dalton 
Christine DeSantis 
Marti Elkus 
)udy England 
Elizabeth Foran 
Kathy Frisch 
Susan Gilbert 
Janice Keidel 
Susan Kroudvird 
Carol Martin 
Amy Matsil 
Marilyn Mayer 
Elizabeth McLellan 
Faye Mernman 
Susan Oestreicher 
Cathy Peterson 
MaryEllen Porrazzo 
Pam Price 
ludy Richman 
)an Rogers 
Mariah Sabatiello 
Audrey Schneider 
Cindi Sharp 
Penny Tangen 
Barbara Tiemann 
Linda Walker 
Karen Wood 
Dawn Hansen 








PHI SIGMA KAPPA 

Dean Albert 
Lenny Balone 
Bob Capatdni 
lerry Capone 
Rick Davis 
jim Embersits 
Alex Felton 
Mark Fisher 
Tom Gombar 
Rick Hayes 
Andy Hill 
Kurt Kuykendall 
George Linkletter 
Peter Manko 
Herbie Mann 
George McGovern 
Mike Menchel 
Glen Mitchell 
Billy Moore 
Tom Moran 
Dan Moskowitz 
Gary Murdoch 
Richie Pierce 
Joe Pizzarello 
Brian Ramsberger 
Don Rathe 
lules Ravo 
Nick Repack 
Rick Rinaldi 
Ricky Ritt 
Dave Rosen 
Allan Ross 
George Scola 
John Sinclair 
Jerry Weinberg 
Larry Wells 
Dave Wolf 
Marty Yam 
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PHI MU 



lacquelyn Bivins 
Veronica Casey 
loan Clemenko 
Marilyn Cooneliy 
Victoria Dann 
Marie Fitzgerald 
Valerie lohnson 
Elizabeth Knapp 
Ann Ladof 
Elizabeth Loftus 
Gail Mutnik 
Robin Owens 
Laura Schaffer 
loan Smutko 
Patricia Stein 
Nancy Volz 
Cynthia Wesen 
Stephanie Woerful 



Graduation 




Lucila Letang 
Graduation Clearance Supervisor 




Mary Gardiner Jones speaks at 
College of Arts and Sciences 
Commencement exercises. 




I wish for you to bloom, to grow, 
To store up, to grow stonger in health, 
So that you will have strength for 
The most important things that will 
come up in the future. 

Let every day and every hour 
Stir up in you something new, 
So that you will have a good mind 
And your heart will also know things. 

From my sou! I wish you this, my friends. 
And everything better than the best, my 

friends. 
It will prove for you 
A valuable thing in the end. 



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History 



Hitchhiking 



Hotline 



Gale Black 
Howard Krieger 
Co-directors 




Honoraries 




MORTAR BOARD 

Nancy Adams 
Carol Bandoroff 
Jacquelyn Bivins 
Valentia Cartwright 
Fronda Cohen 
Faith Crosser 
Barbara Gunther 
Marianne Hollander 
Devin loyce Horn 
Brenda Lewis 
Deborah Moseley 



Sandra Perry 
MaryEllen Porrazzo 
Arleen Price 
Elizabeth Sibolski 
Karin Wade 
Barbara Way 
Lee White 
Advisors, 
lulia Billings 
)o Williams 
Yvonne Polisky 




WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN 
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 



Dean Benson 
Larry Berman 
Gary Boyd 
Frederick Bungert 
Carolyn Carter 
Steven Engorn 
Dennis Frado 
Marc Ginsberg 
Eugene Goldman 
Susan Henningson 
Marianne Hollander 
Edward lurith 
Fom Kokai 
Karen Kollias 
Brenda Lewis 
Mark Looney 
Deborah Moseley 
Dan Norwood 
Chris O'Connor 
leffrey Perper 
Vivian Rosskamm 
Mark Rueben 
Aletta Schreiber 
Paul Schwartz 
Robert Shapiro 
Con Sialard 
Elizabeth Sibolski 
David Slaby 
Ralph Slawson 
Kermit Washington 
Elaine Zampas 
Randy Zicht 
Gul Ahmed Zikria 



OMICRON DELTA KAPPA 

Mark Berg 
Larry Berman 
Luther Forrest 
Dennis Frado 
Mark Goldhaber 
Eugene Goldman 
Ron Gilbert 
Leonard Hutner 
Ed lurith 
Ed Kean 

Dean Kellerhouse 
Thomas Kokai 
Dan Norwood 
Keith Satter 



Paul Schwartz 

Robert Shapiro 

Terry Sharp 

Paul Simon 

David Slaby 

Faculty and Administration, 

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Charles Clark 

Harold Davis 

Denver Haymond 

Harvey Moore 

Phillip Scribner 

Edward van Kloberg 

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Ralph Tobias 
President 
)udy Myers 
Secretary 
Kimberly Eaton 
Treasurer 
Christian Pascal 
Nathalie Price 
Elaine Stanert 
Dr. Gordon Smith 

William Oakes 
Advisor 




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Mark Lewis (Chairman), 
Mark Levy, Rodger Matles, 
Phil Mendelson, lustin Gyi, 
Paul Schloss. 





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Music 






Roger Ames 
Veronica Casey 
Glenn Davidson 
Leslie Dobrow 
Debbie Drayer 
Lisa Eisenberg 
Thomas Fletcher 
Elizabeth Foran 
Brian Loss 
Alexandra Gitford 
Susan Gilbert 
left Gilmore 
Lee Herron 
Larry Hubbell 
Elliott Harrington 
Laura Kaiser 
Rob Kennedy 
lames Kettering 
Eloise Levy 
John Luzader 
)ohn McCord 
)im Moon 
Sue Muscatello 
lill Neiswender 
Amanda Newhouse 
Mike OToole 
Nancey Plum 
jody Rapport 
Phoebe Rockwell 
Sarah Ann Rodgers 
Eric Shaffer 
Susan Strong 
Genan Underwood 
Arie Venema 
Karen Watkins 
Karl Wexler 
Mary Woodard 
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a standing jol<e about the Chairman 
Dr. Ferster: Dr. Ferster doesn't 
knock at a door, he pecks. 





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What do you think about 

hanging around the 

Quad' 

Hanging? I think the 

fashion of hanging is out. 

I think It is a passing fad. 

If you think it is a passing 

fad, why is it that people 

have been hanging here 

for years? 

It is taking a long time to 

pass now — it is a popular 

fad! 

But It IS transitory, right? 

That's right. It is 

semipermanent, it 

depends on the weather. 

Do you think there is a 

special art involved in 

hanging? 

Definitely, You can tell 

who is an experienced 

hanger and who is a 

rookie. 

How? 

There is a special 

nonchalance. You know, 

giving chicks the eye. 

you've got to be real 

casual about it - I mean, 

you just can't just sit 

there and go . . . 

Do you really try to pick 

up girls? 

Sure, look how well I've 

done today. 

Why are you sitting there, 

hanging out on the 

Quad? 

I stopped to talk to 

Woody. 

How about you? 

I met Woody and was 

tired of standing. 

You? 

I'm counting the stars. 

Is there a special knack to 

hanging? Is there a 

special technique that 

you use? 

After four years I've come 

to the conclusion that it 

seems that AU students 

have a knack for just 

hanging. 

Is it something they knew 

how to do before they 

got here or did they learn 

once they got here? 

Yeah, I agree. 

One usually sees you 



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around the steps of Mary 

Graydon Center almost 

every day . . . Why? 

Well, I'm not there every 

day. You might see me 

there every day, but I'm 

not there every day. 

Where are you? 

Where am I right now? 

I'm sitting . . . 

No . . . where are you 

when you're seen there 

everyday? If you're not 

there? 

Well, I'm probably 

someplace else. 

What about you. What 

do you think about 

"hanging?" 

Here I am ... I just 

stopped to talk to 

Woody. I don't talk to 

any other radicals, 

derilects, degenerates. 

You're here on the Quad. 

Could you please tell us 

why? 

I collect stories. 

Why do people hang? 

Beauty. 

Huh? 

Beauty, stories, interests 

What kind of stories do 

you collect? 

Stories about people's 

lives. 

You write stories about 

the people you see? 

Yes. 

But don't you think that 

this ends up to be |ust a 

very small part of their 

lives? 

Oh, I'm not interested in 

their lives that much 

|ust instances. 

So you just sit here to 

observe. 

To observe the details. 

Do you think that's why 

everybody else sits here, 

too? 

I couldn't say. He's here 

because I'm here. 

Why are you two on the 

Quad? 

lust relaxing. 

Sex stimulation. 

Is there any special art of 

hanging? 




A. Of course. The art is that 
after you've been out a 
long time after finals, it's 
just nice to come here 
and talk to people, 
friends that you don't 
see. 

Q. What are you doing here? 

A. Four more to go. 

Q. Four more years? 

A. No, four more finals. 

Q. .And then are you going 
to collapse on the Quad? 

A. Friday? No Friday 

afternoon I'm going to be 
buzzing around here. As 
soon as I walk out of 
Ward . . . like right here 
I'll be like asleep or else 
I'll be so "lalalalala" that I 
won't be able to sit 
down. 

Q. Why do people hang in 
the Quad at AU' 

A. Why? Why not? 

Q. You're here every day 
aren't you? 

A. Yeah, I have classes every 
day so in between classes 
I don't want to drive to 
Virginia. If it's nice out 
and I'm not reading, I 
hang. 

Q. Is there a special art? 

A. Yeah, you've got to sit in 
a certain way. That's how 
one can tell the 
professional hangers from 
the amateurs, by the way 
they sit. People who 
aren't professionals aren't 
relaxed . . . you can tell. 
To be a professional 
hanger, man, you've just 
got to relax, sit back, like 
on a hanger . . . sorta 
loose. You're perfectly 
balanced and nothing 
can happen. 

Q. What are your comments 
sir? 

A. I concur with him. 

Q. What about you madam? 

A. Am I allowed to say 
something obscene? 

Q. Do you hang on the 
Quad? 

A. No. 

Q. Why' 

A' I don't know. 



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Selected Faculty 



Professors who were selected 
by their ratings in the "Report 
of Experimental Evaluation of 
On Campus Teaching and 
Courses" were asked by the 
Talon why they thought they 
were successful. The following 
are excerpts from their 
comments. 





Dr. Valerie F. Allen 
Department of History 
College of Arts and Sciences 

Teaching, it seems to me, 
requires a double involvement 
— a committed, disciplined, 
and intense involvement with 
one's subject matter and an 
open, candid, and enthusiastic 
involvement with one's 
students. 



Donald R. Brenner, ).D. 
School of Business 
Administration 

There are a lot of elements that 
make a good teacher. A 
genuine love for teaching is a 
necessary ingredient. I can't 
imagine being able to do a 
good job without it. Over the 
years I've tried to get to know 
the students more than 
casually, and they me, and 
spend more time with them, so 
they can see me other than in 
the classroom. It is important 
to make the course interesting 
and fun so that the students 
have a feeling that we will not 
only learn something, but will 
also enjoy it. 




Patricia Finn 
School of Nursing 

In my teaching I try to 
contribute to the total 
development of the student. I 
think that we have a marvelous 
group in the School of Nursing. 
I like my students so much that 
my concern comes through for 
them as unique persons, 
although their commitment is 
the same. 




Dr. Linda Lubrano Greenberg 
School of International Service 
College of Public Affairs 

I have a strong mterest in the 
subject matter I deal with and I 
thoroughly enjoy discussing 
the questions we raise in class. 
I try to encourage students to 
deal with fundamental 
questions about themselves 
and their roles in the political 
process. I don't believe that 
education should be limited to 
a one-way process of providing 
information. We need to 
supplement that with 
continual dialogues and with 
provocative questions that can 
provide intellectual stimulation 
for both faculty and students. I 
respect and like our students 
very much. They have acted as 
catalysts for me to learn new 
material and to think of things 
in new ways, and I hope that I 
have done the same for them. 




Dr. Doris E. Hadary 
Department ot Chemistry 
College of Arts and Sciences 

I think there's a very simple 
answer. I really love young 
people. I really do. I like young 
people and there's another 
thing I love - that's Science, 
Chemistry. That has to be the 
answer. I really care about my 
students. I find Chemistry, 
Biology, Physics, and 
Mathematics the answer to a 
lot of our problems. I think it's 
a form of living, a philosophy 
of life. If I can put together 
students and my love for 
science, I think maybe that's it. 




Dr. leffrey H. Reiman 
College of the Administration 
of justice 
College of Public Altairs 

I really like the students. I 
en|oy talking to them and 
perhaps that comes across. I try 
to think what aspects of the 
material I want to present will 
be relevant to them. They 
really appreciate someone who 
has put things together with a 
purpose in mind. 




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Dr Edgar 5. Robinson 
School ot Government and 
Public Administration 
College of Public Affairs 

In my opinion, there are two 
interrelated prerequisites to the 
.iltainment ot communication 
between students and teacher. 
I he lirst IS "caring." One need 
care, genuinely and generously, 
for and about the human 
Ijeings who occupy his 
[ledagogic hours. The second is 
to achieve a confident sense of 
the student as an organic, 
"indivisible" individual, rather 
than merely to perceive and do 
commerce with him as "a 
fragment an(J a face" that 
fleetingly tills a seat in a class 
assemloling once or twice a 
week. 




Dr. Roberta Rubenstein 
Department of Literature 
College of Arts and Sciences 

I don't think any teacher really 
believes he can make people 
learn something if they don't 
want to. I think the most 
important thing is for me 
to provide an atmosphere for 
whatever is being taught that is 
interesting and challenging and 
enjoyable enough that 
students are motivated to 
explore it on their own. I like 
Literature and maybe some of 
that enthLisiasm ( ommunicates 
itselt. 




Dr. lames H. Weaver 
Department of Economics 
College of Arts and Sciences 

I think the most important 
ingredient in leaching is 
enthusiasm, and that people 
who are enthusiastic generally 
make good teachers. I also 
think that if there are any 
students with controversial 
ideas and alternatives, the 
professor's role is to cause 
them to examine their own 
ideas very critically and think 
critically about their own 
values, about the alternatives 
that face us in this society. 
I think students are responsive 
to a very critical approach and 
an enthusiastic presentation. 



Dr Gary R. Weaver, 

not pictured 

Pride 

College of 

Continuing 

Education 



I he proloundK iniilual 
[lartnciship between [jiolessor 
and student, flowing Irom the 
tormer's affecticjn for and 
insight inio the latter, was the 
pre( ondilion ol the < aliber of 
communicilKin whuh (oiiiri 
convert lectures into learning 
and quotes and qui/^zes into a 
(|uickened (juesl tor the (|ualil\ 
we seek con|ointl\. Wisdom. 



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Ken Gilbert 

President 

Ed Kogan 

1st Vice President 

Warren Windrem 

2nd Vice President 

Dave Wildberger 

Service Chairman 

Tom Hoho 

Treasurer 

Mike Fish 

Gary Seidman 

Carl Paulson 

Karl VVoltgan 

Dave Legge 



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American 


5 


Gallaudet 





American 


2 


George Washington 


1 


American 





Hofstra 


1 


American 


3 


LaSalle 


2 


American 


1 


West Chester 





American 


1 


Temple 


4 


American 


1 


Drexel 


2 


American 


4 


Catholic 





American 





St. Joseph's 


3 


American 





Georgetown 


1 


lohn Ames 








Dave Aptaker 








Bruce Bernstein 








Victor Cuco 








Reginald Dambe 








Gary Davidson 








Ken Davidson 








Alex Felton 








Bill Jaeger 








Dave Kushner 








Kurt Kuykendall 








Mark Lowenstein 








Pete Manko 








Mark McDonough 








Gary Murdoch 








Brian O'Neill 








Al Ross 








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Calvin Seldin 








Mark Stout 








Pete Mehlert 








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Office of Student 
Activities 



Billie Hciskins 
Director 
Allen lohnson 
Assistant Director 
Millie Regan 
Assistant Director 
Linda Ashby Long 
Set retary 
Ian karin 

Administrative Secretary 
|o Williams 
Coordinator Student 
Communications 




Eugene Goldman 
President 




Student 
Confederation 



David Lemmond 
Vice President 




Debra Skopczynski 
Secretary 




Edward Varrone 
Comptroller 




Up two very long tlights of 
stairs on the third floor ot Mary 
Craydon Center is the Student 
Confederation. Formerly the 
Student Association, the "new" 
student government managed 
to survive another year. 

The SC with its $250,000 
budget IS basically divided into 
two parts: a Union Board to 
coordinate all SC social and 
community events, and the 
President's office to administer 
University Senate activities. 
Board of Trustees interaction, 
academics, politics, and the SC 
Legal Counsel. 

The power to allocate the 
budget IS invested in the 
legislative branch, the General 
Assembly, which is made up of 
35 students who are elected. 
However, the voting student 
body usually consists of no 
more than 1200; and those 
elected often run unopposed. 
In the annual spring budget 
battles the activity fee is 
divided into three general 
categories; the media (WAMU, 
the Eagle, Talon, American), 
the Student Union Board, and 
the office of the President. 

The Union Board, this year 
under the direction of jan 
Goldsmith, was able to move 
the Record Co-op and the 
expanding Coffeehouse to 
much better locations, making 
these two fine programs more 
viable. 

However, the SC's reputation 
was hurt when it drained 
almost Its entire social budget 
into two concerts. After 
Seatrain proved entertaining 
and not expensive tor 
Orientation, the Union Board 
more than met student cries 
for "big names" by providing 
the campus with the Grateful 



Dead and Chicago within two 
months ot each other. Poor 
planning resulted in additional 
costs, totaling $70,000 for two 
concerts. 

For the first time, the student 
government had strong 
communication with the AU 
Board of Trustees. A dorm tour, 
dinner at the Contract Dining 
Room and joint seminars with 
the Board proved to t^e a new 
experience for many of the 
Trustees. The SC broke the 
Board's silence on the 
continually increasing tuition 
costs. 

Strong amendments to the 
Faculty Manual making 
teaching the most important 
criterion in the retention and 
promotion of faculty members, 
placing students on all rank 
and tenure committees and the 
Faculty Relations Committee, 
and creating a student 
consumer board to review bids 
on the Tavern, ARA, etc. all 
passed, thanks to strong SC 
coordination. 

A strong union was established 
among the student 
governments of the 
Washington, DC area. The SC 
was successful in obtaining 
public hearings on landlord 
discrimination against students. 

The Student Confederation's 
survival is assured as long as 
there is a mandatory student 
activities fee. But if more 
people would take a chance 
and walk up the two very long 
flights of stairs the SC would 
not only survive, it might 
thrive. 





Sherry Levitt 

Secretary to the 

Student Confederation 



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STUDENT UNION BOARD 

Ian Goldsmith 

Chairperson 

David Hochberg 

Vice Chairperson 

Ellyn Rosen 

Secretary 

Bruce Taylor 

Treasurer 

Mark Ruben 

Commissioner of 

Health and Welfare 

Mark Garretto 

Editor of Artemus 

Richie Stup 

Commissioner of Community 

Affairs 

Paula Kolhaas 

Commissioner of Socail 

Activities 

Don Stinson 

At-Large Representative 

Tom Martin 

At-Large Representative 

Billie Haskins 

Student Activities Office 

Representative 

Bert Holman 

Concert Chairman 

lay Seltzer 

Coffeehouse Chairman 




STUDENT HEALTH 
AND WELFARE 

leff Rodack 
Patti Berman 
Edward Bell 
Mark Ruben 
Laura Oilman 
Edward Kean 
Kil Chul Kim 



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Swimming 



American 


39 


Temple 


74 


American 


55 


Duke 


58 


American 


77 


Rider 


33 


American 


44 


LaSalle 


69 


American 


58 


West Chester 


55 


American 


45 


Pittsburgh 


68 


American 


53 


Loyola (Md.) 


42 


American 


59 


St. Joseph's 


39 


American 


49 


Maryland 


64 


American 


62 


Georgetown 


39 



The AU men's swimmmg team 
made a stunnmg comeback 
trom I971-iy72's dismal season 
which saw the Eagle swimmers 
plunge to last place in the 
MACs, their first losing season 
in many years. Aided by a 
covey of new swimmers, the 
aquamen rose to 5-5. In the 
MAC championships at LaSalle 
they finished sixth out of 12 
teams with 151 points. 

Mike Plitman headed the 
renaissance as he set four 
individual school records ... in 
the 100 and 200 Yard 
f reestyles, the 200 Individual 
Medley and the 100 yard 
Butterfly. He finished second 
in the Butterfly at the MACs 
and garnered two fourths. 

lose Cortina set records in the 
100 and 200 yard backstrokes 
and had two fourths and an 
eighth place at the MACs. Alan 
Lerner, Bob Bretz and Pete 
Englestad also placed in their 
specialties. Bretz and Englestad 
joined Plitman and Cortina to 
set a school record in the 400 
Freestyle relay. 

Bill O'Connell, Mike McGinley 
and Keith Pranckus also scored 
well for the swimmers in their 
individual events. All AU 
swimmers return next year in 
what looks like another step 
up in loe Rogers' bid for 
improvement. 



MEN'S SWIM TEAM 

lohn Appleby 
Bob Bretz 
lose Cortina 
Steve Crystal 
Pete Engelstad 
Mark lohnston 
lelf Krieger 
Alan Lerner 
Mike McGinley 
Kevin Neil 
Billy O'Connell 
Mike Plitman 
Steve Pranckus 
Keith Rothberg 

loe Rogers 
Coach 





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WOMEN'S SWIM TEAM 

|o Ambrose 
Susan Batolt 
Brooke Conaty 
Betsy Day 
Cyndi Gale 
Robyn Goldstein 
Nancy Cressman 
Lonny Heselov 
Rhonda Lustig 
Susan Niemlera 
Sue Ryan 

Amy jo Welssman 
Sherry Williams 

Barbara Reimann 
Coach 



The AU women's swimmmg 
team had a good year, winning 
five of nine meets under Coach 
Barbara Reimann. High scorer 
Sue Ryan amassed 86 pomts on 
16 first place finishes in the 50 
and 100 Freestyle events and 
the 100 yard Individual Medley. 
Ms. Ryan set a school record in 
the 50 Free with a time 2.6 
seconds under the old mark of 
26.4 seconds. 

Sherry Williams was next with 
69 points in the 50 Free and 50 
Butterfly as she gained nine 
firsts and eight seconds. 
Captain Susan Batoff was next 
with 56 points in the 50 and 
100 Breaststroke events. She 
also broke a school record in 
the 100 Breaststroke with a 
time of 1.24.1. 




American 
American 
American 
American 
American 
American 
American 
American 
American 



69 


Catholic 


24 


56 


Gallaudet 


39 


45 


Marymount 


32 


57 


Hood 


47 


29 


Goucher 


57 


33 


Maryland 


62 


45 


Notre Dame College 


2i 


30 


Towson 


38 


39 


Mary Washington 


56 




SENIORS 



Senior year is one of "lasts". The last time 

to see a Washington autumn as an undergraduate. 

The last time to walk from MGC behind McKinley 

or stand next to Hughes Hall and see one of 

those sunsets you never seem to see 

anywhere else. 

The last time to swallow some ARA, hang on 
the quad as a belonging participant, or 

read an Eagle and not feel left out. 

The last time at the Tavern in search of 

the crowd that stopped frequenting it last 

year, or was it the year before^ Your 

last exam, all-nighter and game of 

ping-pong with the Registrar. And finally, 

the last time you have to wonder whether this 

was the place you really belonged because it 

is now a part of you that cannot be changed. 

The finale should have been an AU spring, 

but the warm weather was here only long 

enough to test your memory. So it goes or 

went. The years whether they were real, 

relevant, or just a bore, have ended. 



Gary E. Abeles Susan M. Ackerman Karen R, Adelman Susan B. Adelman Vicki M. Alberg 

Maritza O. Aleman Rodney W. Alexander Helene A. Alkalay Vickie M. Allen Kathryn S. Alpert 




Carol B. Altman 
Nancy W. Atkins 
Robert A. Baikin 



Lona E. Amos 
Timothy W. Atkins 
lohn L. Ballin, |r. 



Colleen A. Appleby 
Michael L. Auf;ust 
Carl A. BandorotI 



Robert S. Armstrong 
Lawrence H. Austin 
Carl V. Bank 



Stephanie Ashkenaz 
Paul S. Bachow 
William |. Barber 



land F. Barnetl 
Ark-ne H. Becker 



Mitchell M. Barron 
Gary W. Beilch 



lay D. Bass 
|ohn S. Bennet 



Stephen R. Basser 
Holmes T. Bennett 



Patricia Beatley 
Gale D. Berg 




Miriam |. Bergman 
Deborah T. Bern 
Marion Block 



jean F. Berlin 
Hilary Berns 
Aileen Bloom 



Nancy E. Berlin 
Diane Bernstein 
Claudia j. Bloom 



Lawrence S. Berman 
lacquelyn W. Bivins 
Robert F. Bloom 



Richard B. Berman 
Bruce A. Block 
Shelley Blumberg 



Mandelle Blumslein 
Michael L. Brabanski 



Kalherine A. Bohr 
lames W. Bragg 



Diana |. Borman 
lames T. Brelt 



Daniel A. Boub 
Laura G. Broder 



Karen L. Bowers 
Katherine S. Broderick 




Sheryl |. Bronkesh 


Harriet K. Brooks 


Clifford R. Brown 


Mary E. Brown 


William P. Bryan 


Christine S. Bucko 


Charles |. Buffington 


Richard E. Burridge 


David S. Burwick 


Alan M. Byroade 


Julia D. Cade 


Wendy E. Cagen 


James R. Canter 


Alan 1. Cantor 


Mark 1. Cantor 



Jerome M. Capone 
Abbie |. Casper 



Martha ). Carlson Elizabeth Carol Frederick S. Carroll 

Catherine N. Castellitto Virginia H. C.islillo Rodwell M. Caloe 



David A. Carver 
)anie I. Cavanaugh 




David R. Cawley 


Elizabeth A. Chance 


Leo C. Cherrick 


Peter C. CianfaKlione 


Gail L. Ciol)an 


John L. Cizman 


loan L. Clemenko 


Barbara L. Cohen 


Daniel L Cohen 


Eronda |. Cohen 


Larry D. Cohen 


Lawrence M. Cohen 


Marcia A. Cohen 


Martha J. Cohen 


Robyn C. Cohen 



Susan Cohen 
Catherine M. Cosentini 



Henry M. Cohn 
Andrew G. Cowan 



Debra G. Coleman 
Phyllis G. Crabbe 



Adrienne N. Colman 
Catherine A. Crossan 



Isabel Coloian 
Faith V. Grosser 




Bonnie G. Crumley 
David M. Danovitz 
Paul B. Day 



Judith E. Cucco 
Rhonda Dash 
Margaret |. DeCamp 



Victor A. Cuco 
Elizabeth |. Davidson 
Joyce R. Deitch 



Susan Darnell Dailey 
Kenneth |. Davidson 
Diana L Delmar 



Lindsay 8. Dane 
Susan P. Davis 
Linda Lee deMilt 



Paul B. Dengrove 
lanice Delweiler 



Edward |. DeSalvio 
|ohn P Ocvaubuzin 



David C. DeSalvo 
E. Terris Devereaux 



Linda |. DeSantis 
Nicholas L. Dezes 



Kallope P. Detsis 
Glen E. Dirkerson 




Richard j. Uiehl 
Brian M. Dolan 
Louis Dvorkin 



Deborah L. Diggs 
kalherine M. Dovie 
Binnie |. Edelson 



Monica Dignam 
Rosa L. Drobiarz 
Francine M. Eidelberg 



l>o Hoan My T 
lames L. Druffner 
Carol Eisenpresser 



Cynthia A. Doherty 
Alphonza Dudley 
Mark R. Eisner 



Theodore H. Enfield Steven R. Engorn 

Paul L. Faulise Howard L. Feiden 



Carol M. Epstein Kenneth Faigenbaum William G. Farran 

Madeline F. Feierstein Robert A. Feinberg Patricia A. Feinblatt 




Beverly L. Feinstein 
Andrew R. Fink 
Steven M. Ford 



Rex H. Felton 
Albert E. Fisch 
Paul D. Forman 



Peter I. Fenichel 
Frank Michael Fisher 
Lois S. Fox 



Marilyn Fenner 
Helen Sandra Fiske 
Richard A. Freeman 



Cindy |. Fenton 
Elizabeth A. Foran 
Barbara E. Friedman 



Peter S. Friedman 
Jerry |. Gaston 



Bruce L Freitag 
Marcia S. Cendler 



Beth C. Fuchs 
Nancy A. Gendler 



Holly A. Gannon 
Ellen W. Genick 



Howard S. Gartenhaus 
Randy E. Gerechoff 




Christine H. Giatis 
(onathan Glazer 
Susan F. Golden 



Wendy C. Gidseg 
lay j. Glucksman 
Eugene I. Goldman 



Kenneth M. Gilbert 
Laura R. Goddard 
jan I. Goldsmith 



Leslie H. Ginsberg 
Stephen M. Goldberg 
lanet E. Goldsmith 



Marc C. Ginsberg 
Terry I. Goldberg 
Arthur M. Goldstein 



Ronnee A. Goldstein 
ludith H. Goran 



Martha A. Gollup Thomas Lance Gombar Mindy L. Good 

Terre A. Gore Arlene Gottlieb Sharon L. Graham 



Cheryl F. Goodman 
Suzan M. Graham 




Iris McCollum Green 
Linda M. Greenfield 
Sophia W. Guen 



Laurence B. Green 
Sharon S. Greenstein 
Barbara A. Gunlher 



Matrice C. Green 
Adene Gross 
Ion D. Guren 



Lynn E. Grecnberg 
Anne M. Gruber 
Gary S. Gurner 



Matthew W. Greene 
Sharon F. Gruensfelder 
Peter L. Haback 



Claire E. Hafels 
Noah |. Hanfl 



Richard |. Hafels 
)ohn A. Harp 



Robert C. Hall II 
William D. Harris 



Allison R. Hallingby 
Lisa Harry 



Denise H. Halvey 
Deborah E. Hatcher 




Mark S. Hathorne 


Susan A Hauer 


Thomas H. Heisey 


Ronni S. Heller 


Susan M. Henningsen 


Angelina |. Henry 


William P. Herrinj;, jr. 


Lisabeth P. Hershberg 


Catherine L. Hill 


Andrew S. Hillman 


Kozo Hiramatsu 


lanice B. Hirshoul 


Diane A. Hochman 


Diane B. Hochman 


lanice E. Hotman 



Paula M. Holden Marianne C. Hollander Doris A. Hooks Nancie C. Hornberger Mark ). Horoschak 

Joseph M. Horwilz Claudia ). Howell Lawrence D. Hubbell Adrienne D. Hurl Cindy S. Hurwilz 




Mary B. Hyman 
Jo-Anne A. Jackson 
Joey C. Jupiter 



Michael |. ladarola 
Linda C. Jacobs 
Edward H. Jurith 



Nancy H. Imershein 
Janice jaffe 
Linda G. Kalab 



Robert Ingram 
David K. James 
Renale Kalbli 



Alexis S.C. Iszard 
Gary G. Jones 
Alison H. Kamine 



Sue C. Kaminsky 
Rosamond Kalz 



)udith C. Kaplan 
Sharon S. Kalz 



Sonja R. Karasick 
Lucy |. Kaufman 



Jack F. Karpf 
Michele P. Kaufman 



Douglas O. Kalz 
Daniel S. Kehde 




Ion F. Kelly Lucie M. Kelly Lisa Kennedy 

lerilyn D. Kessler Robert E. Kessler lames E. Kellering 

David W. Kirchenbaum Philip Kirschner Alan H. Kjelberg 



Michael D. Kennedy 
Kil C. Kim 
Peler M. Klein 



Andrew S. Kessler 
Randye B. Kimmel 
Robert H. Knight 



Michael B. Koblentz 
Sally B. Konowitch 



Virginia A. Kogan 
Steven |. Koppel 



Thomas D. Kokai 
David R. Koll 



Karen |. Kollias 
Karen N. Koumjian 



Leonard Kollman 
Randy A. Krakower 




Harri J. Kramer 
Patrice S. Kugel 
Michael |. Kykish 



Oebra A. Kraulheimer 
Kathleen A. Kurtz 
Lynne H. Later 



Lynne S. krechevsky 
David C. Kushner 
Gary A. Lamchick 



Stephen N. Krevalin 
Lorraine T. Kyle 
Edward G. Larsen 



Henry L. Kronstadt 
Richard E. Kyte, |r. 
William |ohn Larsen 



Andrew M. Latz 
Catherine L. Lesko 



Terry R. Laub 
Mchele L. Lesser 



John A. Lawtnn 
Ellen S. Levenlhal 



leffrey L Lebow 
William D. Levin 



Gerald B. Lee 
lerri C. Levine 




Glen S. Levis 
Helen Lew 
Martina T. Lewis 



lenat M. Levison 
Charles LeWinler 
Pamela M. Lewis 



Miihael I. Levitt 
Brenda D. Lewis 
Renee I. Licht 



lloise R. Levy 
Elliot N. Lewis 
Karen A. Lichlenberg 



Martha |. Levy 
Mark |. Lewis 
Saul N. Lieberman 



Ronald A. Light 
Eleanor H. Lovelett 



Richard A. Lindner 
Allen |. Lowe 



Margo F. Lipschitz 
Mark P. Lowenstein 



Elaine L. Loeb 
Deborah D. Lucas 



Donna R. Longest 
Linda D. Lukow 




Clifford M. Lurie 
Kenneth Mann 
Lee I. Markowitz 



Randolph E. Lynch 
Diane E. Mardinly 
Stephen Ames Marks 



Sharon Lynette Russell R. Mack Cynthia G. Majd 

Laura E. Margulis Hedy C. Marias Philip R. Marino 

Ann K. Markunas Cheryl L Marschhausen Thomas M. Marter 



Alison H. Martin 
ludith McKay 



Emilie M. Marvil 
Barbara R. McKee 



Myron F. Mayo 
Ruth A. Mellor 



David M. McClary 
Valerie |. Melvin 



Marthy N. McDay 
ludith K. Meritz 




Michael H. Merlis 
Barbara |. Mitchell 
lames F. Moscowitz 



Elizabeth Faye Merriman Stanley |. Michaels 
Patricia A. Mitchell Gifford P. Moak 

Deborah A. Moseley Levi Moses 



lames C. Miller 
William J. Moore 
Lawrence A. Muenz 



Marjorie M. Miller 
Rhonda E. Morrow 
lenny L. Nechemie 



Mitchell H. Nedick Unet M. Nichols Linda D. Noonan 

Danny M. Norwood Helen S. Nucci Sheila K. Nyren 



Gerson Nordlinger III Deena |. Norman 
Ann F. Olin Brian G. O'Neill 




Sharon L. Pacitto Juan B. Paredes 

Alan K. Parver Michael S. Passel 

Reinaldo M. Perdomo Avelino |. Pereira 



Laurie B. Parker 
lames Patrick 
Linda S. Pergament 



Sanford |. Parnes 
Carolyn Peace 
Ronald S. Perlman 



Stephen W. Parrish 
Matthew M. Pearson 
Jeffrey A. Perper 



Sandra K. Perrv 
Irene Petros 



Stuarl S. Perrv Susan M. Pesner Palrkia M. Pelinsa Milo P. Petranovith 

Freeman K. Pitlman lackson H. Polk Howard L. Pollinger MaryEllen Porrazzo 



I'l'^iin Ir'wlifcfffc 




Donald R. Pobtleb 


Arleen Susan Price 


Ira B. Price 


kalhrvn L. 


Pritthard 


Paula Prober 


Marlene E. Pundt 


Victoria L. Rahall 


lane P. Raskin 


Francis S. 


Real! 


Randy S. Rehr 


Carol M. Remer 


Gloria j. Riccobono 


Doris I. Ri(h 


Dianne M 


Richards 


Arlene Robbins 



Lawrence E. Roessel Stephen M. Rose Mark A. Rosen Steven B. Rosenbaum Linda E. Rosenberg 

Natalee Rosenberg Carl S. Rosendorf Robert R. Rosenfeld Beth Jean Rosenthal Eric P. Rothberg 




R. Keith Rothberg 
Janet S. Rubenstein 
Janice E. Safran 



Judy L. Roihgesser 
Irving M. Rubin 
Lawrence B. Saftler 



Thomas L. Rowe 
Robin A. Rudnick 
Joy R. Salon 



Mark A. Ruben 
Barbara L. Rush 
John A. Saporita 



lane L. Rubenstein 
Randy L. Satier 
Mark L. Sarver 



Keith L. Salter 
Lynne M. Schamberg 



Charles P. Saunders 
Bruce H. Scharf 



Philip W. Savitz 
Keith A. Scheetz 



Francine I. Schaefer 
Richard Schlesinger 



lustin A. Schaffer 
Barbara A. Schlitt 




ludith A. Schlosser 


Ellen S. Schnell 


Philip C. Schonberg 


David H. Schreiber 


Ann G. Schwartz 


Lynn E. Schwartz 


Paul A. Schwartz 


Robert M. Schwartz 


Susan C. Schwartz 


Sydney M. Schwartzbcrg 


George A. Scola 


leffrey S. Scott 


lohn C. Scott 


Cynthia A. Scotio 


Bruce G. Seader 



Howard |. Sedran 
Susan D. Sheffield 



Dale R. Shaffer 
Phyllis. C. Sherman 



Cynthia M. Sharp 
Robert |. Sherman 



Susan D. Sharp 
Susan Sherwood 



Elizabeth L. Shaw 
Edda M. Shiner 




Edward L. Shore 
Warren |. Siegel 
Arlene B. Singer 



Stephen G. Shub 
Katherlne B. Siems 
Bossie S. Singleton 



Miles F. Shuiman 
Stuart J. Sigel 
Alfred j. Sklarew 



Elizabeth H. Sibolski 
lames D. Silver 
Debra A. Skopczynski 



llene S. Siegel 
Linda |. Simpson 
David W. Slaby 



Marsha L. Sloan 
Scott R. Smith 



Jane Sloven 
Andrea E. Snyder 



Alvin J. Smith 
Sharon L. Snyder 



Ceri L. Smith 
Elliot B. Sommer 



Phillip L. Smith 
Jeffrey D. Sommer 




David Sonner 
Michael |. Stanton 
Samuel S. Stetson 



Carol Spettor 
Mary E. Stavrou 
Warren E. Stoller 



Gary M. Spiegler 
Robert L. Steinberg 
Terry B. Stomel 



Barbara M. Spike 
Laurence M. Stern 
loseph A. Stone 



Marcy E. Spivack 
Stuart A. Stern 
Loren D. Stone 



Leslie ). Slorm 
William R. Sweeney, |r. 



Richard B. Stup 
Meredith K. Sykes 



William C. Summers 
Craig L. Sylvester 



Denise R. Sumner 
Gail M. Tannenbaum 



Mitchell S. Sussman 
Wayne M. Tasens 




Uranio F. Taucer 
Susan L. Timm 
Donald L. Tripp 



George T. Taylor 
Elizabeth C. Trainor 
Barry Elliot Truchil 



Maria Luzia Teixeira 
Nathan |. Treinish 
David M. Turbayne 



Karen A. Thomas 
Edward R. Treuting 
lane S. Turkel 



Norman P. Thomas 
Stephen A. Trigonoplos 
Helen C Urquhart 



Harry V. Vacek 
Michael K. Wager 



Laura F. Valicenti 
loan M. Walk 



Karen VanElkan 
Thelma C. Waller 



Arle B. Venema 
Barbara E. Way 



Alan M. Wachman 
Kenneth B. Weckstein 




Diane Weinberg 


Linda J. Weiner 


Roberta L Weiner 


Helene E. Weinslein 


Karen M. Weilzel 


Susan M. Wershba 


Brian W. Wertheim 


Karl R. Wexler 


lackic L. While 


Nancy Lee White 


Lisa Widelitz 


Mary C. Wilcosky 


lohn-David Wildberger 


Mindy E. Wildstein 


Diane 1. Wilen 



Deirdre A. Williams 
Steven J. Wollert 



Lynn K. Williams 
Marc R. Wolll 



Nella T. Williams 
Karen A. Wood 



|. Thomas Wilson I 
Lance E. Wood 



lohn M. Wilson 
Patricia A. Worcester 




Leslie G. Wurzel 


Robert G. Xides 


Martin A. Yam 


Lorrie M. Yudin 


Robert A. Zager 


Rebecca M. Zaidman 


Steve O. Zaikin 


Elaine Zampas 


William |. Zervas 


Randy R. Zicht 


Helaine M. Zinaman 


Brian M. Zorn 


Cynthia M. Zsittnik 


Max W. Zweig 


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Gary E. Abeles. 10 Demaresi Road, Livingston, New 
lersey 07039. BbBA in Accounting, Bowling Club, Presi- 
dent; Bowling Team, Captain; Recreation Center, Stu- 
dent Manager. William O. Abies. 4405 H Street SE, 
Washington, D.C 21X119 Gail L. Abrams. 417 Cherry Hill 
Boulevard, Cherry Hill, New lersey ()80J4 Susan M. 
Ackerman. 65 Chapel Road, New Hope, Pennsylvania 
18938 BA in Political Science. RHA (4). (eff E. Adamoff. 
280 Passaic Avenue, Passaic, New lersey 07055 Varsity 
Basketball (1); Talon, photographer (4) Karen R. Adel- 
man. 1587 Marian Road. Abington, Pennsylvania 19001. 
BA in Literature. RHA. representative (1.3), Witch ol the 
Hughes-McDowell Halloween Party; Walter Reed Pro- 
gram, Chairman. Susan B. Adelman. 66 Verndale Road, 
Newton Highlands, Massachusetts 02161. BS in Sociolo- 
gy. Steven L. Aiken. 4100 Bediord Road, Baltimore, 
Maryland 21207. Vicki M. Alberg. 5% Berwick Avenue, 
Teaneck, New jersey 07666. BA in Elementary Education. 
Dean's List (2,3). Dean |. Albert. 7651 Goltcrest Drive. 
San Diego, California 92119 Maritza O. Aleman. 6218 
Tyner Street, Springfield, Virginia 22152 William A. 
Aleshire. 11-H Laurel Hill Road. Greenbelt. Maryland 
20770 Rodney W. Alexander. R D #2 Salem, New ler- 
sey 08079. BS in Accounting. Helene A. Alkalay. 695 
Ardsley Road. Scarsdale, New York 10583. BA in Fine 
Arts. Robert E. Allen. 4815 Olympia Avenue, Bellsville, 
Maryland 20705 Ronald Allen. 14665 North Bakersfield 
Street, Woodbridge, Virginia 22191 Vickie M. Allen. 
5101 Wickelt Terrace, Washington, DC 20014. BS in Art 
Education Linda M. Allston. 822 South Mam Street, 
Darlington, South Carolina 29532 Kathryn S. Alpert. 25 
Alden Road, Wayland. Massachusetts 01778 BA in Liter- 
ature Judith Alter. 9939 Good Luck Road. Lanham, 
Maryland 20801. Carol B. Altman. 29 Fairbanks Boule- 
vard, Woodbury, New York 11797 BA in Elementary 
Education. Phi Kappa Phi (4) Lona E. Amos. 1116 Sleepy 
Dell Court, Towson. Maryland 21204 BA in Psychology, 
Dean's List (1,3) Jill A. Anderson. 9 Bowman Street. 
Westboro. Massachusetts 01581 Colleen A. Appleby. 
104 Prince Street. Bordentown, New lersey 08505 BA in 
Broadcast lournalism. Larry L. Archey. 784 North How- 
ard Street, Alexandria, Virginia 22304 Robert S. Arm- 
strong. 2024 Russell Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 21207 
BA in Sociology. Pan Ethnon Ronnie D. Aronchick. 506 
Fourth Avenue, Bradley Beach, New lersey 07720. Tina 
G. Aronson. 126 Wyndover Lane, Stamford, Connecticut 
06902 Dennis L. Arsenault. 291 Manolla Avenue. War- 
wick. Rhode Island 02888 Andrea L. Arthur. 6000 Wal- 
haven Drive, Alexandria, Virginia 22310 Stephanie Ash- 
kenaz. 2756 Whitman Drive, Brooklyn, New York I 1234. 
BA in Elementary Education. A E Phi. Nancy W. Atkins. 
2800 Arlington Boulevard, Arlington, Virginia 22204, BA 
in Elementary Education. Timothy W. Atkins. 2800 Ar- 
lington Boulevard, Arlington, Virginia 22204, BA in Edu- 
cation Michael L. August. 9227 Colesville Road. Silver 
Spring, Maryland 20910 BA. Varsity Track (2); ran A U 
McGovern canvassing effort in Maryland. Lawrence H. 
Austin. 710 Finley Place, South Orange, New lersey 
07079 BA in Elementary Education and Sociutugy In- 
tramural basketball and volleyball. Reginald L. Babcock. 
79 Olde Wood Road, Glastonbury, Connecticut 06033 
Paul S. Bachow. 1 Plumm Court, Cherry Hill, New lersey 
08034. BS in Accounting. Zeta Beta Tau, Intramural 
Basketball (1,2,3,4); lunior Year abroad in Copenhagen 
Marlies M. Backhaus. William R. Bailey. 9735 51st Ave- 
nue. College Park, Maryland 20740. John C. Baker. 9212. 
Cherrytree Drive, Alexandria, Virginia 22309 Robert A. 
Balkin. 5 Sparrow Lane, Woodbury, New York I 1797 BA 
in Psychology. John L. Ballin, )r. New London, New 
Hampshire 03257. BA in Political Science. Carol A. Band- 
oroff. 307 Monmouth Drive, Cherry Hill, New lersey 
08034. Carl V. Bank. 2151 lacqueline Avenue, North 



Bellmore, New York 11710. BA in History. Common 
Sense (3); McGovern campaign Michael S. Banks. 83 R 
Street N.W., Washington, DC. 20001 Laura S. Barber. 4 
Ninth Avenue. Farmingdale, New York 11735 William J. 
Barber. 1140 Branch Avenue S.E.. Washington, DC. 
21XX)1. BA in Communications and Government Jana F. 
Barnett. 19 Oak Lane, New Hyde Park, New York 1 1040. 
BA in Spanish and Latin American Studies. Pan Ethnon, 
Membership Chairman; Social and Special Events Com- 
mittee; Spanish Club, Secietary, Floor Vice President, 
lunior semester in Columbia at University of the Andes. 
Dale V. Barone. R D #5 Box 59. Flemington, New lersey 
08822 Mitchell M. Barron. 1520 Garden Drive BIdg. 28 
Apt. 8, Ocean, New lersey 07712 BA in Political Sci- 
ence. Varsity Soccer (1), Freshman Senator; Co-coor- 
dinator DC PIRG (3) Edward L. Bass. 1607 Maurice 
Drive, Woodbridge, Virginia 22191 Jay D. Bass. 35 
Stonehenge Circle #6, Baltimore, Maryland 21208. BA 
in Sociology and Philosophy. Intramural Softball (2,3,4); 
Intramural Basketball (2,3,4), Audio-visual Services 
(2,3,4) Stephen R. Basser. 1540 Summer Street. Phila- 
delphia, Pennsylvania 19102 BA in Literature, Robert D. 
Baughman. 3419 LIniversity Boulevard #207, Kensing- 
ton, Maryland 20795, Christine E. Bauman. 2302 Acton 
Drive, Reston, Virginia 22091 Charles E. Beach. 1167 
North VanDorn Street, Alexandria, Virginia 22304, 
Francis C. Beakes. 1001 South Dinwiddie Street, Arling- 
ton, Virginia 22204, Martin L. Bearg. 33 Coddington 
Terrace, Livingston, New lersey 07039 Patricia Beattey. 
1407 Boyce Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 21204 BA in 
Sociology, Dean's List, Debate team (3); Pan Ethnon 
member (3); Head of campus fund raising for 
McGovern (4), Shirley C. Beavers. 6110 North Washing- 
Ion Boulevard, Arlington, Virginia 22205. Ann L. Becker. 
215 Stonecrop Road, Wilmington, Delaware 19810, Ar- 
lene H. Becker. 1504 Metropolitan Avenue, New York, 
New York 10462, BA in History Carolyn R. Beckerle. 
1235 Meadowbrook Road. Waynesboro. Virginia 22980 
Barry H. Behn. 2429 Meadow Drive, Wilmette, Illinois 
bOm\ Gary W. Beitch. 1402 Nova Avenue, Hillside, 
Maryland 20027. BA in Political Science Erika Bell. 5366 
27th Street NW, Washington, DC. 20015 Richard L. 
Belt. 4811 Riverdale Road. Riverdale, Maryland 20840. 
Anne M. Benner. 6005 Princeton Avenue, Glen Echo, 
Maryland 20768. John S. Bennet. Cove Road, Old Lyme, 
Connecticut 06371 BA in History Arthur L. Bennett. 
10821 Warwick Avenue, Fairfax, Virginia 22030 Holmes 
T. Bennett. 3200 North Columbus Street. Arlington, 
Virginia 22207. BA in Literature and Philosophy, Gale D. 
Berg. 2130 Holland Way, Merrick, New York 11566, BA 
in Political Science. Kappa Phi (2); Freshman Literary 
Magazine, co-editor (1); National Political Honorary 
Society Rebecca G. Berg. 2641 Reiter Road, Pittsburgh, 
Pennsylvania 15235. Alice C. Bergman. 11801 Triple 
Crown Road, Reston, Virginia 22070 Miriam J. Bergman. 
6105 Berkshire Drive, Bethesda, Maryland 20014 BS in 
Sociology lean F. Berlin. 115 Fairview Avenue, Ruther- 
lord. New lersey 07070 BA in Public Relations. Nancy E. 
Berlin. 732 Elite Court, Ridgefield, New lersey 07657 BA 
in Sociology. Sociology student representative. Law- 
rence S. Berman. 2748 Arlington Avenue, Bronx, New 
York 10463 BA in Political Science Phi Sigma Phi, Phi 
Sigma Alpha, Omicron Delta Omega; Intramurals 
(1,2,3,4). Richard. B. Berman. 7 Harriet Drive, Syosset, 
New York 11791. BA in Speech and Communications. 
Phi Kappa Phi; Finance Committee (4); Intramural Foot- 
ball, Basketball. Sottball (1,2,3,4); Campus Theatre. 
Deborah T. Bern. 220 lefferson Avenue, River Edge, New 
lersey 07661 BA in Literature Hilary Berns. 215 Dodge 
Avenue, Evanston, Illinois 60202 BA in History, Stuart 
M. Biller. 3 Parksidc Drive, Great Neck, New York 
11021, Arthur H. Bishop III. 760 Norgate, Westfield, 



New lersey 07090, Jacquelyn W. Bivins. 9607 Watts 
Branch Drive, Rockville, Maryland 20850. BA in Commu- 
nications, Phi Mu, Vice President (2,3,4); Eagle, reporter 
(3), Alpha Lambda Delta (1), Mortar Board (4); Sigma 
Delta Chi (3,4); Women in Communications (4) Philip 
W. Blackburn. 105 Plymouth Drive Norih, Glen Head, 
New York 11545 Doris S. Blackwell. H048 Fairfax Road, 
Alexandria, Virginia 22308, James A. Bladen. 1329 ,30lh 
Street NW , Washington, DC 20)07 Karen A. Blake. 
14341 Artesial, Detroit. Michigan 48223 Deborah L. 
Blasco. R D #7 Lindia Road. Chamtaersburg, Pennsylva- 
nia Susan E. Blatchley. RD,»2, Cortland, New York 
13045. Bruce A. Block. 23920 Shelburne Road, Shaker 
Heights, Ohio, BA in Political Science Pi Sigma Alpha; 
Intramurals (1,2,3) Marion Block. J(X) Ernest Court, East 
Meadow, New York 11554, BA. Aileen Bloom. 116 
Woolsey Avenue, Glen Cove, New York 11542, Claudia 
). Bloom. 252 Littleworth Lane, Sea Cliff. New York 
11579, BA in Sociology, Student Health and Welfare 
Committee (2), active in dorms Robert F. Bloom. 42 
Fleming Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45215, BA in Economics. 
Aileen Bloon. 116 Woolsey Avenue, Glen Cove, New 
York 11542. BA in Psychology Howard L. Blum. 3517 
Edwin Street, Silver Spring. Maryland 20*2 Shelley 
Blumberg. 20 F Woodridge Drive, Bloomfield, Con- 
necticut. BA in Education Mandelle Blumstein. 5 Har- 
mon Road, Owings Mills, Maryland 21117. BS in Biolo- 
gy. Varsity Bowling Team (3,4) Erica L. Bohm. 3060 Park 
Court, Atlanta, Georgia 20205. Katherine A. Bohr. 501 
Meridian Street, Falls Church, Virginia 22046. BA in 
Religion. Eagle, contributor (4); American Magazine, 
copy staff; Intramural Volleyball team, captain (2); par- 
ticipant international talent show (3); Pan Ethnon; Stu- 
dent representative to faculty meetings of Department 
of Philosophy and Religion (4) John B. Bolton. 44M 
Grant Road, Washington, DC 2l.X.)l6 Michael |. Bolton. 
5723 North 9lh Street, Arlington, Virginia 22205. Kath- 
leen M. Bond. 5 Hillcrest Drive, lonesville. New York 
12098. Patricia A. Bonner. 6010 Greenway, Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania 19142 BA in Psychology Talon, photog- 
rapher (4), Deans List (3,4) Kathryn A. Bookman. 119 
Greenridge Avenue, White Plains. New York 10605, 
Robert L. Booth. IS Wesi Kirke Street, Chevy Chase 
Maryland 2LX)15 Diana J. Borman. 15 Brookwood Road, 
South Orange. New lersey 07079 BA in Elementary 
Education, Ski Club (2.3). tutoring (4). hospital volun- 
teer work (3,4) Robert S. Borris. Buc khoul Road, White 
Plains, New York 10605 James A. Boslwick. PC, Box 1, 
Chesapeake Bay, Maryland 20732 Daniel A. Boub. 316 
Seventh Avenue. Ortley, New lersey 087S I BA in Span- 
ish and Related Studies. Spanish Club Kathryn S. Bouve. 
8205 Moorland Lane, Bethesda, Maryland 2(X))4 John D. 
Bowers. 4ilH Renoi Road, Washington, DC, 20008, Ka- 
ren L. Bowers. 6713 North 26th Street, Arlington, Vir- 
ginia 22213, Gary A. Boyd. 47 Mat spar Drive, Dover, 
New lersey 07801 Michael L. Brabanski. 10610 Bucknell 
Drive, Sliver Spring, Maryland 20902 BS in Math and 
Physics Sigma Pi Sigma, Phi Sigma Phi James W. Bragg. 
8427 12lh Avenue, Silver Spring, Maryland 20903, BS in 
AIUST James R. Brandt. 11300 S W. 91st Avenue, Miami, 
Florida 33156, Joseph A. Branscom. 201 East Patterson 
Avenue. Bellelontaine, Ohio 4iil I Thomas G. Brenner. 
417 66ih Avenue. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19126. Joel 
G. Breslof. 62 Mellow Lane, lericho. New York 11753. 
James T. Brett. 24 Grant Street, Dorchester, Massachu- 
setts 02125, BA in Government, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Vice 
President (1), Laura G. Broder. 77 Top O' the Ridge 
Drive. Scarsdale, New York 10583 BS in Psychology and 
Sociology Katherine S. Broderick. 9 Hawthorne Place. 
Boston, Massachusetts 02114 BA in Psychology Floor 
President ( !), Young Democrats, Hotline, companion 
program, Sheryl J. Bronkesh. 1331 Fairton Road Mill- 



ville. New lersey 08332, BA in Communiralions. 
Women in Communirations (4) Harriet K. Brooks. 7516 
Marbury Road, Belhesda, Maryland 20039. BS in Sociolo- 
gy Barton M. Brown. IH2a Swann Street N.W. »5, 
Washington, D.C. 20009 Clifford R. Brown. 43 Center 
Drive, Syosset, New York. BS in Hiology Mary E. Brown. 
1107 Aberdeen Koad, Hampton, Virginia 23366 BA in 
Elementary Education. Vice President ol floor; In- 
tramural Volleyball, OASATAU (1,2,3,4)., RHA Richard 
P. Brown. US Willow Place, Sterling, Virginia 22170. 
Robert D. Brown. 4104 Woodland Drive. Silver Spring, 
Maryland 20910. Warren B. Brown. 6172 Cobbs Road, 
Alexandria, Virginia 22310 Robert M. Browne. 4.1 Co 
lumbia Avenue, Vineland, New jersey 08360. William P. 
Bryan. 6062 Edsall Road, Alexandria, Virginia 22304 
BSBA in Accounting David L. Brunzell. 17140 King 
lames Way, Caithersburg, Maryland 20760. George W. 
Buchanan. Jane S. Buchbinder. 19 Coventry Road, Liv 
ingston, New Jersey 070W Marcia A. Buchwalter. 7781 
Chiton Road, Fairfax Station, Virginia 22039 Christine S. 
Bucico. 1531 Clinton Place, River Forest, Illinois 60305. 
BA in Political Science. Pan Ethnon (1,2): French Floor 
(1,2,4); junior year abroad in Luxembourg; French Club 
(1,2,4) Charles |. Buffington. 8610 Artillery Road, Ma- 
nassas, Virginia 22110 BS in FHistory. )ean Burke. 101 
Ceniral Park West, New York, New York 10023 Kath- 
leen M. Burke. 1497 Dunster Lane, Rockville, Maryland 
20854. Gary L. Burkett. 4108 Port Rae Lane, Fairfax, 
Virginia 22030 Lynne E. Burnham. 67 Westwood Road, 
Stoneham, Massachusetts 02180 Richard E. Burridge. 
212 East High Street, Hummelstown, Pennsylvania 
17036. BA in Political Science David S. Burwick. 17 Oak 
Hill Road, Worcester, Massachusetts 016l» BSBA in 
Marketing. Ski Team (3). Gerald J. Bush. 7916 Klovstad 
Drive, Oxon Hill Maryland 2(X122. Charles V. Butler, |r. 
917 Sloan Avenue, Waldorf, Maryland 2(X)01. Alan M. 
Byroade. 5601 Derby Court Apt. 103, Alexandria, VirRinia 
22311 BS in General Business, |ulia D. Cade. 362 Hillside 
Drive N.W,, Atlanta, Georgia !0i42 BA in International 
Studies and Communications, Eagle, Reporter (1), Copy 
editing (3), contributing writing (3), Kappa Phi (1,2); 
Gamma Sigma Sigma (3); Women in Communications 
(4) Wendy E. Cagen. 12 Bradlee Avenue, Swampscott, 
Massachusetts 09107. BA in Sociology Intramural Vol- 
leyball (1); Bicycle Club (3). John C. Cahill. 916 North 
Paxton Street, Alexandria, Virginia 22304 James ). 
Campbell, Jr. 2935 South Dinwiddy Street, .Arlington, 
Virginia 22206. Mary S. Campbell, 7111 Brookville Road, 
Chevy Chase, Maryland 21X)1S Maria T. Canales. 3918 
jcniier Street N.W., Washington, DC. 20015. Scott A. 
Canner. 14 High Pine, Glen Cove, New York 11542 
lames R. Canter. 6324 Kellogg Drive, McLean, Virginia 
22101. BA in Sociology Alan I. Cantor. 85-32 143rd 
Street, Jamaica, New York 11435. BA in Government 
Talon, photographer (3) Mark I. Cantor. Caveswood 
Lane, Owings Mills, Maryland 21117. BS in Accounting. 
Dean's list (!,4); Intramural Football, Basketball, Softball 
(3,4) lerome M. Capone. 3305 Knight Street, Oceanside, 
New York 11572. BA in Political Science. Phi Sigma 
Kappa, President (4); Varsity Soccer (1,2). Martha L. 
Capwell. 527 Third Street, Catasauqua, Pennsylvania 
180)2 David M. Cardona. 105 Audrey Lane #306, Oxon 
Hill, Maryland 20021. Martha |. Carlson. 25 Cedar Road, 
Milton, Massachusetts 02186. BA in International Stud- 
ies. Pan Ethnon (2,3,4); Dorm Court (3,4). Elizabeth 
Carol. 182 Lyncroft Road, New Rochelle, New York 
10804. BA in History. Thomas I. Carpenter. 5408 Hopark 
Drive, Alexandria, Virginia 22310 Charles F. Carson. 607 
Happy Creek Road, Front Royal, Virginia 226!0 Patricia 
M. Carter. 1734 Manatuck Boulevard, Bayshore, New 
York 11706 Valentia E. Cartwright. 5837 North College 
Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana 4<>220. Faculty Women's 



Club Award. David A. Carver. 90 Sunnyfield Lane, Val- 
ley Stream, New York 11581. BS in Accounting. Zeta 
Beta Tau; Varsity Basketball (1,2). Frederick S. Carroll. 
Dulaney Valley Road, Glenarm, Maryland BA in Gov- 
ernment. East Asian Cultural Club, Pan Ethnon. Abbie |. 
Casper. 1507 Cliff Road, Overbrook Hill, Pennsylvania 
19151 Catherine N. Castellitto. 1826 Radcliff Avenue, 
Bronx, New York 10462. BA in Communications 
Women in Communications, Inc Krislen W. Castro. Box 
51, Palisades, New York 10964. Rodwell M. Catoe. 851 
Yuma Street S.E., Washington, EC. BS in AjUST Phi 
Sigma Phi; Proyecio Amistad (4). Janie I. Cavanaugh. 
162 New Hackensack Road, Poughkeepsie, New York 
12603. BA in Psychology. Dean's List (3); Pan Ethnon (2), 
David R. Cawley. 170 Park Avenue, Naugatuck, Con- 
necticut 06770. BA in Political Science, Adolph F. Ce- 
cula. i(X)4 Hunt Road, Oakton, Virginia I2UA Annmarie 
). Cegelski. 647 Convery Boulevard, Perth ,'\mboy. New 
Jersey 08861, Elizabeth A. Chance. 209 Lorraine Avenue, 
Montclair, New jersey. BA in Art History. Francis G. 
Charles. 7420 Birch Avenue, Takoma Park, Maryland 
20012. Leo C. Cherrick. 4.508 Gretna Street, Bethesda, 
Maryland 20014. BA in Psychology. Chess Club (4). Peter 
C. Cianfaglione. 8 Knollwood Drive, Ossining, New 
York 10562 BA in Political Science. Volunteer for Con- 
gressman Peter Peyser. Gail E. Cioban. 3770 Elder Road, 
Harnsburg, Pennsylvania 17111 BA in Psychology- 
Dean's List (4). John L. Cizman. 482 Burnside Avenue, 
East Hartford, Connecticut. BA in Psychology/History. 
Phi Kappa Phi (4), Young Republicans (1,2); Young 
Democrats (1,2) Robert L. Clark. 12230 Selfridge Road, 
Silver Spring, Maryland 20906. )oan L. Clemenko. Blakely 
Road, Haverford, Pennsylvania 19041 BA in Political 
Science. Phi Mu Sorority. Standards Board Chairman, 
DC, Pirg; McGovern Campaign; Pan Ethnon, Richard H. 
Cocchini. 9719 King George Drive, Manassas, Virginia 
22110 lames F. Coffey. 4822 Lincoln Avenue, Beltsville, 
Maryland 20705, Barbara L. Cohen. 31 Strathmore Road, 
Great Neck, New York 11023 BA in Communications, 
Barry S. Cohen. 3403 janellen Drive, Baltimore, ,Mary- 
land 21208 Daniel L. Cohen. 85 Belmont Circle, Syosset, 
New York 11791 BA in Political Science, Phi Kappa Phi 
Fronda |. Cohen. 5703 Chilham Road, Baltimore, Mary- 
land 21209, BA in Speech Arts, Mortar Board (3), Univer- 
sity Theatre (1,2,3,4) Assistant Box Office Manager (3) 
Jeffrey J. Cohen. 1047 East 16 Street, Brooklyn, New 
York Il2i0 Larry D. Cohen. 29 Kalda Avenue, New 
Hyde Park, New York 1 1040 BA in Communications 
Lawrence M. Cohen. 151 tastbrook Lane, Willingboro, 
New jersey 08046, BA in Psychology. Alpha Phi Omega; 
Psi Chi; Assistant Administrator to A.U, judicial System 
Marcia A. Cohen. 4 Highview Drive, Woodbridge, Con- 
necticut 06525, BA in Elementary Education, Dean's List 
(4) Martha |. Cohen. 17 Norma Road, Bedford, Mas- 
sachusetts 01730. BA in Psychology, Robyn C. Cohen. 
631 North Terrace Avenue, Mount Vernon, New York 
10552. BA in Elementary Education Alpha Epsilson Phi 
Sorority; Co-ed Intramurals Susan Cohen. Fox Hall 
Drive, Box 425, Dover, Delaware 19901 BA in Commu- 
nications. WAMU-AM, Production Manager (3), Traffic 
Director (2,4), Disc jockey (2,3,4); Women in Commu- 
nications, Inc ; Confederation Media Commission Hen- 
ry M. Cohn. 53 Woodland Road, Miller Place, New York 
11764. BS in Business Economics Debra C. Coleman. 26 
Forest Hills Drive, West Hartford, Connecticut. BA in 
Spanish. Susan S. Collins. 4513 Sangamore Road, Wash- 
ington, DC. 20016 Adrienne N. Colman. 8341 Cedar 
Lane, Prairie Village, Kansas 66207 BA in Political Sci- 
ence A LJ Peace Through Non-Violent Action (2,3,4) 
Isabel Coloian. 398 Adelaide Avenue, Providence, 
Rhode Island 02907. BA in Political Science Dorm floor 
Treasurer (4); Association of Students for a Responsive 



Government (1) Kim Comstock. 3408 Dodge Park Road, 
Landover Maryland 20785. Bruce E. Connuck. 131 Donna 
Lea Boulevard, Buffalo, New York 14221. James W. 
Cooper. PO Box 84, Hokesville, Virginia 22123. Thomas 
G. Cooper. 4201 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W., Washing- 
ton, DC 2(X)16 Katherine A Corriveau. 21 Bpt Avenue, 
Shellon, Connecticut 06484 Catherine M. Cosentini. 641 
Highland Road, Ithaca, New York 14850. BA in History. 
Walter J. Cosier. 12104 Wilmont Turn, Bowie, Maryland 
20715 Andrew G. Cowan. 1571 Marian Road, Abington, 
Pennsylvania 19(X31. BA in Psychology. Hotline (3,4); 
WAMU-AM (4). Phyllis G. Crabbe. Apt. 5-43, 3131 
Knights Road, Cornwells Heights, Pennsylvania 19020. 
BA in Psychology. Eagle (1,2), Kappa Phi Service Sorority 
(2); International Week Publicity (2); Freshman Honor- 
ary Society; Dean's List (1,2) George A. Crawford. 2212 
Washington Avenue »102A, Silver Spring, Maryland 
20910 Randy G. Crawford. 2943 Brinkley Road, Temple 
Hills, Maryland 20031. Roscoe B. Creer. 5205 [Dorset 
Avenue, Chevy Chase, Maryland 20015 Robert W. Cro- 
marlie. Box 283, Parksley, Virginia 23421 Catherine A. 
Crossan. Box 156, Avondale, Pennsylvania 19311 BA in 
Psychology. Faith V. Grosser. 5803 Wyngate Drive, Belh- 
esda, Maryland 20034. Wayne R. Croyle. 6908 Good 
Luck Road, Lanham, Maryland 20801. Bonnie G. Crum- 
ley. 211 Oakland Avenue, Audubon, New jersey 08106. 
BA in Political Science Hockey Team (2,3,4), Basketball 
Team (1,2,3) Richard L. Crutchfield. Judith E. Cucco. 50 
Dean Street, Madison, New jersey 07940. Modern 
Dance Workshop (2); Spanish Club, Vice President (1); 
AU Student Supporters of Lettuce Boycott (4); Pan 
Ethnon (1). Victor A. Cuco. 8123 Fifteenth Avenue, 
Hyattsville, Maryland 20783. Caroline Cutrona. 4301 
South Ninth Street, Arlington, Virginia 22004. Susan D. 
Dailey. 765 Quince Orchard Boulevard Apt. 22, Cai- 
thersburg, Maryland 20760. BA in Elementary Education. 
Alpha Phi (2); Phi Theta Kappa (1); Dean's List (3); 
Opera Ihealrc (1); Indiana National Teacher Associ- 
ation (1) Margaret A. Dale. 1515 Norht Edison Street, 
Arlington, Virginia 22205. Drew B. Daley. 144 Mount 
View Drive, Clifton, New jersey 07013 Susan E. Daly. 35 
East Main Street, Richfield Springs, New York 13430. 
Lindsay B. Dane. 743 Othello Avenue, Franklin Square, 
New York IIOIO Ralph V. Daniels. HOB Fairtield Drive, 
District Heights, Maryland 20028. David M. Danovitz. 
2527 Mount Royal Road, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217. 
BA in Political Science. National Political Science Hon- 
orary Society; Teaching Assistant tor ^merlcan Political 
Government; Dean's List (3) Rhonda Dash. 1664 East 
Fifty-Sixth Street, Brooklyn. New York \\2iA. BA in 
Elementary Education. Mark M. Davey. 5605 Regency 
Park Court #14. Suitland. Maryland 20023 Elizabeth J. 
Davidson. 402 Morris Avenue, Boonton. New jersev 
07005 BA in Sociology Kenneth J. Davidson. 293 Birch 
Drive, Roslyn, New York 11576. BA in Psychology. ZBT, 
Pledge Class President (1): Dean's Honor List (1,2,3,4); 
Varsity Soccer (1,2,3,4), Captain (4), AIIMAC First Team 
(3), All Metro DC. Team (3); Hotline (3) James H. 
Davis. 4853 Saint Barnabas Road #12, Temple Hills, 
Maryland 20031. Louwill E. Davis III. 5201 Eighth Road 
#5328, Arlington, Virginia 22204, Susan Patricia Davis. 
656 Fairmount Avenue, Chatham, New jersey 07928. BA 
in Anthropology with Honors. Talon, Photography Edi- 
tor (4); Tassels (2); Deans List; Field Hockey (1,2); 
Intramural Softball (2). Paul B. Day. 301-L North Ham- 
ilton Street, Richmond, Virginia 23221. BA in Inter- 
national Studies. Intramurals (2); Pan Ethnon. Margaret 
|. DeCamp. 5600 Williamsburg Boulevard, Arlington. 
Virginia 22207 BA in Sociology. Sigma Kappa (1). Mi- 
chael C. Dechene. 14986 Alaska Road, Woodbridge, 
Virginia 22191 Wayne A. Decker. Winding Road Farm, 
Chauncey. New York 10502. Don't Take Any Wooden 



Nickels, (i.2.3,4) Danny A. Defenbaugh. 4710 Southland 
Avenue, Alexandria. Virginia 22312 Reine Dehart. 198 
Alexander Avenue, Upper Montclair, New lersey 07043. 
Margaret A. Dehuff. 4679 North Eighth Street, Lewiston, 
New York 14092. Joyce R. Deilch. 9011 Cargill Lane, 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19115. Diana L. Delmar. 2104 
Hermitage Avenue, Wheaton, Maryland 20902 BA in 
Print lournalism. Eagle; Communications Newsletter: 
A.U. Photo Contest, Sports Category First Place 1972. 
Linda Lee deMilt. 27 Highlander Drive. Scotch Plains. 
New lersey 07076. BA in Visual Communications. Kappa 
Delta (1.2.3,4). Social Chairman (2.3); Talon (3.4), Sports 
Editor (3), Editor-in-Chief (4); Women in Commu- 
nications (4), Conlederation Media Cdmmission (3,4). 
Paul B. Dengrove. 1050 George Street Apt. 174, New 
Brunswick, New lersey. BA in Political Science. WAMU 
AM, Operation Manager (3), Program Director (4), Stu- 
dent Mobilization Committee (I) Ldward |. DeSalvio. 
52 Devonshire Plade, Glen Rock, New lersey 07452, 
David C. DeSalvo. 261 Cutwater Lane, Garfield, New 
lersey 07026 85 in Personnel. A.U. Rugby Club (2,3,4) 
Linda |. DeSantis. 26 Alice Street, Merrick, New York 
11566. BA in Elementary Education. Volleyball; Skiing. 
Kaliope P. Detsis. 513 Quintana Place NW., Washing- 
ton, DC. 2l.X.)ll Janice Delweiler. 11 Amhust Avenue, 
Swarthmore, Pennsylvania 19081 BA in Sociology. 
Hockey Team (3); Sociology Curriculum Committee (3) 
E. Terris Devereaux. 115 Valeview Road, Wilton, Con- 
necticut BA in Political Science. Young Americans for 
Freedom (1,2,3,4); Libertarian Alliance; Campus Free 
Press; T.AN.S.T.A.A.F.L.; Rhetoric and all 'kinds of 
things Nicholas L. Dezes. 6301 Leith Walk, Baltimore, 
.Maryland 21239, BA in Economics, Dean's List. Andrea 
Dicker. 101 Rose Street, Metuchen, New lersey 08840. 
Glen E. Dickerson. 12 Tarkettle Road, Shelter Island, 
New York 11%4 BA in English Kappa Delta (2,3,4), 
Room Chairman, .^ctlvlfles Chairman (3), Editor (4); Pan 
Ethnon (2). Richard J. Diehl. 716 Asbury Avenue, Ocean 
City, New lersey 08226 BA in Political Science. Eagle 
Stalt Reporter (1); College Young Democrats (1,2,3). 
Ronald J. Dielrick. 4767 West Braddock #11, Alexan- 
dria, Virginia 22311 Deborah L. Diggs. 2i2 Rhode Island 
Avenue N.W., Washington, DC. BA in Broadcast lour- 
nalsim. Monica Dignam. 64 Meyer Avenue, Valley 
Stream, New York 11580 BA in Communications. Do 
Hoan My T. 121 Tu Do, Saigon, Vietnam Brian M. 
Doherty. 1012 Court, The Dalles, Oregon Cynthia A. 
Doherty. 24 Elm Road, Cromwell, Connecticut 0(>116. 
BA in Spanish. Delta Gamma Brian M. Dolan. 98 Hazel- 
wood Avenue, Metuchen, New lersey 08840. BS in 
Government- John T. Donovan. 81 West Gouverneur 
Avenue. Rutherford. New lersey 07070 Carl W. Dor- 
man. 5051 Oakcresf Drive. Oxon Hill, Maryland 20021. 
Kathleen 8. Downey. Oak Hill Apts .308 S, Narberth, 
Pennsylvania 19207 Katherine M. Doyle. 666 Hawth- 
rone Avenue. Bound Brook. New lersey 08805. BA in 
Literature. DC Pirg. James R. Draley. 5765 Reading 
Avenue. Alexandria, Virginia. John F. Drewery. 2106 
Weber Drive. District Heights, Maryland 2002H Douglas 
H. Dreyer. 5 Simmons Avenue, Belmont, Massachusetts 
02178, Rosa L. Drobiarz. Shephard Hill Road, Central 
Village, Connecticut 06332, BA in Government. Dorm 
Volleyball (2); Volunteer to Nadar's Study of Congress. 
James L. Druffner. Box 73. Sayre. Pennsylvania 18840, BA 
in Language and Southeast Asia Area Studies Shirley 
Drummond. i7ib Yuma Street N.W.. Washington. DC 
2(X)I6 Alphonza Dudley. 215 Ninth Street N W.. Char- 
lottesville. Virginia 22901. BA in Political Science. Meril 
L. Dunn. 408 East fourth Street, Laurel. Delaware 19956. 
Fernando E. Duque. Louis V. Dvorkin. 1110 Sydney 
Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19150. BA in Psy- 
chology Psi Chi, Dean's List. Intramural Sports Seth H. 



Dworkin. 140 Hepburn Koad. Clilton. New lersey Todd 
M. Easlon. 9812 Cherry Tree Lane. Silver Spring. Mary- 
land 20901. Kimberly R. Eaton. 3828 Calvert Street N.W.. 
Washington. DC. 20007. John T. Eddins. IIH)2 Hunt 
Club Road. Reston. Virginia 22fWO Binnie J. Edelson. 
i444 Howard Boulevard. Baldwin. New York 11510. BA 
in Elementary Education. Alpha Epsilon Phi, Treasurer 
(2), President (3); Intramural Volleyball. Linda R. Eh- 
rmann. 27 South Gateway, Toms River, New lersey 
08753. Francine M. Eidelberg. 2005 Georgian Woods 
Place. Wheaton, Maryland 2tN02 BA in Psychology and 
Education. Dean's List Glenn P. Eiden. 872 i School 
Street. Morton Grove. Illinois 6a;i53 Carol Eisenpresser. 
1700 Bay Boulevard, Atlantic Beach, New York. 11509. 
BFA. Mark R. Eisner. 14 Woodlot Road, East Chester. 
New York. BS in Disturbed Science. The American 
University Pre-Med Honors Society; Intramural Football. 
Basketball, Health Clinic Services, Research at N I H in 
Neurochemistry Alison H. Ekstrom. 2521 North Lighl 
eenth Street. Arlington, Virginia 22201. Edwin E. Elgin. 
934 White Oak Drive, Oxon Hill, Maryland 20(321 Sam- 
uel S. Ellis. 10407 Courthouse Drive, Fairlax, Virginia 
220.!0 Margaret T. Ellsworth. Elaine A. Emerson. 527 
Ninth Street S.E. Washington. DC. 20003 Theodore H. 
Enfield. 114 Fifth Terrace, Dilido Island, Miami Beach, 
Florida 33139. BA in Political Science Alpha Lpsilon Pi; 
SGPA Curriculum Committee Steven R. Engorn. 6604 
Greenspring Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 21209. BS in 
Technology of Management Dean's List (3,4); In- 
tramural Football, Softball, Basketball (3,4) Clifford P. 
Enz. 1845 Lamont, Washington. DC. 20010 Carol M. 
Epstein. 1820 Skyline Drive, Lorrain, Ohio 44053 BA in 
Religion. Howard B. Epstein. 137 West Palmer Avenue, 
West Long Branch, New lersey 07764. George D. Ever- 
ett. 175 Archer Court, Herndon, Virginia 22070 Thomas 
F. Ewing. 7870 Asbury Hills Drive. Cincinnati, Ohio 
45230 Kenneth Faigenbaum. 536 Winchester Avenue, 
Union. New lersey 07083. BSBA in Accounting and 
Business Economics. Baseball (2). Mary C. Farr. 4430 
Lowell Street NW. Washington. DC. 20016, William G. 
Farran. 8304 Fifteenth Avenue, Langley Park, Maryland 
20783. BS in Administrative lustice Ellen L, Faryna. 
Castile Road, Perry, New York 14530. Paul L. Faulise. 110 
Penwood Road, York, Pennsylvania 17402, BA in Politi- 
cal Science. Sandra L. Faulk. 3 Valley Farm Road I, 
Georgetown, Pennsylvania 15043 Howard L. Feiden. 
6560 Montezoma Road 316. San Diego, California 92115 
Madeline F. Feierstein. 1841 Central Park Avenue, Yon- 
kers. New York 10710. BA in Elementary Education 
Robert A. Feinberg. 1940 Rosemary Hill Drive, Silver 
Spring, Maryland BSBA in Accounting. Patricia A. 
Feinblatt. 1120 BIythe Avenue. Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania 
19026 Stanton C. Feinsod. 1193 East Nineteenth Street, 
Brooklyn, New York 11230 Beverly L. Feinstein. 332 
Lincoln Drive, Haworth, New lersey 07641. BA in Ele- 
mentary Education Floor Soltball Team (1,2,3,4); RHA 
Floor Representative (3). Mary D. Felchin. 6618 Midhill 
Place, Falls Church, Virginia 22043. Rex H. Felton. SI I 
South Washington Street. Tiffin. Ohio 44881 BSBA in 
Accounting. Dean's List (3); Intramurals (3) Peter I. 
Fenichel. 11 Brown Terrace, Cranford, New lersey 07016. 
BA in Political Science. Tau Epsilon Phi, Rush Chairman 
(2); Intramurals, Football (1.2), Basketball (1,2,4); Uni- 
versity of Ibadan, Nigeria (3) Marilyn Fenner. 18 Hud- 
son Place. Cranston, Rhode Island 02905 BA in History 
Alpha Chi Omega, Panhellenic Delegate (2), Second 
Vice President (3). Cindy J. Fenton. 190 Pond Crossing, 
Lawrence, New York I 1559. BS in Interdisciplinary Stud- 
ies Robert G. Ferguson. 9H1 Old Burton Circle, Upper 
Marlboro, Maryland 20870. Cynthia L. Ferrin. 45 Black- 
well Lane, Henrietta, New York 14467 Lynne D. Filder- 
man. 4545 Connecticut Avenue, Washin.gtun, DC. 



20008 Andrew R. Fink. 22 Rahway Road, Millburn, New 
lersey 07041 BA in Accounting. Intramurals. Albert E. 
Fisch. 6108 Brandon Avenue. Springfield, Virginia 22150 
BS in Technology of Management Frank M. Fisher. 3923 
Baltimore Street, Kensington, Maryland 20795 BA in 
History. Helen S. Fiske. 54 Thirty second Avenue 
South, Naples, Florida 33940. BA in Spanish. James E. 
Fitzpatrick. 4908 Rockingham Lane. Bowie, Maryland 
20715 Deborah P. Flavin. 169 East Street N E , Vienna, 
Virginia 22180 Ashton E. Flemmings. 1546 Meridan 
Place N.W., Washington, DC 2IK)10 Thomas M. Flet- 
cher. 113 Iron Master Road, Cherry Hill, New Jersey 
08034 Andrea E. Folk. 444 Lakeside Terrace, Glencoe, 
Illinois 60022 Samuel N. Fontaine. tSI7 Coryell Lane, 
Alexandria, Virginia 22302 Elizabeth A. Foran. 23 Maple 
Avenue, Flemmgfon, New lersey 08822. BME in Music 
Education. Delta Gamma, Songleader (1,2), Recording 
Secretary (2,3), President (3,4); A.U. Singers (1,2,3,4), 
Student Conductor (4); Floor President (2); MENC (4), 
Steven M. Ford. 102 Church Street. Guilford, Con- 
necticut (J6437 BS in Political Science Frank B. For- 
gione. 12)04 Helm Court, Woodbridge. Virginia 22191. 
Paul D. Forman. 2207 Renfrew Avenue, Elmont, New 
York 11003. BA in Accounting. Intramurals (1.2,3). Lois S. 
Fox. 956 Mark Drive, North Bellmore, New York 11710. 
BA in Psychology and Elementary Education. Michael 
Fox. 4515 Willard Avenue 1518S, Chevy Chase, Maryland 
20015. Leo B. Frank. 1829 Riggs Place, N.W., Washing- 
ton, DC 20(X)9 Scott C. Fredericks. 2164 Evans Court, 
Apt. 301, Falls Church, Virginia 22043 Richard A. Free- 
man. 17 Roxbury Drive, Yonkers, New York 10710. BA in 
Psychology lewish Identity Project, President (4); AMI; 
Hillel Bruce L. Freitag. 280 Clendale Road. Scarsdale, 
New York 10583 BSBA in Accounting Daniel H. French. 
2916 Breezy Terrace, Alexandria, Virginia 22303 Barbara 
E. Friedman. 108 Inwood Avenue, Upper Montclair, 
New lersey 07043 BA in Elementary Education. In- 
tramural Soltball (1); Vice President of Dorm Floor. 
Daniel |. Friedman. 2820 Ocean Parkway. Brooklyn, 
New York Esther R. Friedman. 1808 Blueridge Avenue, 
Sliver Spring, Maryland 2(>)(.12 Patricia W. Friedman. 
6300 Wyncoop Boulevard, Bethesda, Maryland 20034. 
Peter S. Friedman. 1122 Coventry Road, Cheltenham, 
Pennsylvania 19012. Carol J. Friefeld. 465 West Olive 
Street, Long Beach, New York IH61 Roger L Fritze. 
6027 Springhill Drive, Apt. 103, Greenbelt, Maryland 
20770 Beth C. Fuchs. 1836 Kimball Street, Brooklyn, 
New York 11234. BA in Political Science. Pi Sigma 
Alpha; Phi Kappa Phi; Women's Varsity Basketball (2,3); 
Intramural Softball (3), Intramural Volleyball (4); Ken- 
nedy Political Union; Pan Ethnon, Young Democrats (3); 
Undergraduate Teaching Assistant in CPA, Tom P. 
Furey. 529 Sixth Street, Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034. 
Susan H. Furman. 616 Seventy-nineth Street, North Ber- 
gen, New lersey 07047 Edward W. Gabrielson. 5408 
South Third Street, Arlington, Virginia 22204 Peter H. 
Gamage. Harbor Avenue, Marblehead, Massachusetts 
01945 Victor Gamaly. West Farms Road, Farmingdale, 
New lersey 07727 Holly A. Gannon. 4 Orchard Drive, 
Upper Saddle River, New lersey 07458, BS in Psy- 
chology. RA in Anderson, Floor President in Letts. John 
). Gardner. Route 1 Box 79, Poolesville, Maryland 20837, 
Howard S. Gartenhaus. 7608 Whittier Boulevard, Beth- 
esda, Maryland 20034 BA in Marketing. Ski Club (4). 
Jerry J. Gaston. 3435 Holmead Place NW , Washington, 
DC 2(X)10 BA in Economics Alpha Tau Omega; Varsity 
Basketball (1); Basketball Manager (2,3,4) Marcia S. 
Gendler. 5 Manor Drive, Befhpage. New York 11714. BA 
in Communications. Nancy A. Gendler. 586 Mead Ter- 
race, South Hempstead, New York 11550. BA in English. 
Kappa Delta, Secretary (2,3); Freshman Class Secretary; 
Outstanding Freshman Woman Ellen W. Genick. 1518 



Garden Drive, Ocean, New lersey BS m Distributive 
Sciences. Theodore N. Geppert. 7541 Wilhelm Drive, 
Lanham, Maryland 20801 Randy E. Gerechoff. 711 
Myrtle Avenue, West Allenhurst, New jersey 07711. BS 
in Sociology, Edward |. Gerrity. 7527 McWhorter Place, 
Annandale, Virginia 2200i, Quinto M. Gesiotto. 8715 
Victoria Road, Springfield, Virginia 22151 Christine H. 
Gialis. 57 Roosevelt Avenue, East Northport, New York 
11731 Margaret F. Gibson. 2902 Middlebush Court, 
Rock Hill, Maryland 63119 Wendy C. Cidseg. 11 Birch- 
wood Lane, Great Neck, New York I 1024 BA in Ele- 
mentary Education Kenneth M. Gilbert. 8706 Manches- 
ter Road, Silver Spring, Maryland 20901. BSBA in Person- 
nel. Senator (4); Ski Club, President (1,2,3,4); Alpha Phi 
Omega, Vice President; Student Media Board, Chairman 
(3); Assistant Comptroller, Media; Stafford H. Cassell 
Award Thomas P. Giles. 6418 Fairbanks Street, New 
Carrollton, Maryland 20784 Leslie H. Ginsberg. 976 Je- 
rome Street, Baldwin, New York 11510 BA in Sociology 
President of Floor (2). Marc C. Ginsberg. 86(K) 16th 
Street Silver Spring, Maryland 20910. BA in Government 
Phi Kappa Phi, Intramural Football; WAMU; RHA; Ski 
Club Peter D. Givan. 7223 Longwood Drive, Bethesda, 
Maryland 20(H4 Susan R. Glass. 4280 North Ocean 
Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33308 Jonathan Gla- 
zer. 32 Center Drive, Syosset, New York 11741 Bs in 
Real Estate — Urban Development Eugene S. Click. 
1809 OIney Road, Falls Church, Virginia 22043 Isabeth 
A. Gluck. 524 East Fwentieth Street, New York, New 
York lOUN lay j. Glucksman. 53 Skylark Lane, Levit- 
town. New York 11756. BSBA in Accounting. Varsity 
Baseball (1,2); Volleyball (2); Dorm President (2). Laura 
R. Goddard. 2156 Prospect Street, Penfield, New York 
14526 Ivy F. Goldberg. 156 Shepherd Lane, Roslyn 
Heights, New York 11577. Stephen M. Goldberg. 69 
Lawrence Street, Haverhill, Massachusetts 01830 BA in 
Political Science. Phi Sigma Alpha; Intramural Football 
(1,2,3,4); Intramural Basketball (1,2); Intramural Softball 
(1,2); Dean's List. Terry I. Goldberg. 14 Emerson Drive, 
Livingston, New jersey O70.i9 BA in Elementary Educa- 
tion Kappa Delta, President (4); Dean's List Susan F. 
Golden. 15 Cypress Avenue, Great Neck, New York 
11024. BA in Design. American Magazine, Design Con- 
sultant (3), Art Director (4). Eugene I. Goldman. 3619 
Bedford. Avenue, Brooklyn, New York BA in Political 
Science. Omicron Delta Kappa; Student Confederation, 
Vice President (3), President (4); Kennedy Political 
Union. Executive Director (2,3); University Senate Exec- 
utive Committee (4); Student Senate (1,2); judicial Con- 
ference (4); Kinsman-Hurst Award, jan I. Goldsmith. 37 
Pratt Street, New Rochelle, New York 10801 BA in 
Political Science and Sociology. Phi Sigma Alpha, Stu- 
dent Senator (1,2); Class President (3); Student Union, 
Board Chairman (4), Inter-Class Assembly (3); Record 
Co-op, Originator and Director (3); Originator of A.U. 
chapter of ACLU; Originator of the Artemus Janet E. 
Goldsmith. 604 Cumberland A\'enue, Teaneck, New |er 
sey 07666. BA in Spanish Alpha Epsilon Phi Sweetheart 
(4); Student Health and Welfare (2). Co-chairman of 
Social Action Council Project teaching English to the 
Spanish Cafeteria Workers (2,3); Floor Orientation 
Chairman (3); Floor President (4). Mary Goldsmith. Box 
578, Boca Raton, Florida 33432 Arthur M. Goldstein. 
Pleasant Hill Road, Woodbridge, Connecticut 06525. 
BSBA in Finance, Zeta Beta Tau; Intramurals (1,2). Ron- 
nee A. Goldstein. 336 Westchester Avenue, Mount Ver- 
non, New ^l5rk 10552. BA in Elementary Education 
Martha A. Gollup. 1958 Julian Lane, Merrick, New York 
IISNi Thomas L. Gombar. 197 Mt Lucas Road Prince- 
ton, New jersey 08540 BS in Political Science. Phi Sigma 
Kappa Mindy L. Good. 421 East Highland Avenue, 
Wooster, Ohio 44691 BA in Literature American Maga 



zine. Managing Editor (3), tditor-in-Chief (4); Women 
in Communications, Inc.; RHA, representative (2); Liter- 
ature Department Executive Committee (4); Con- 
federation Media Commission (3,4); Tutoring tor Fred- 
erick Douglas Scholarship Program (3,4) Cheryl F. 
Goodman. 131 Eckerson Road, Spring Valley, New York 
10977. BA in Political Science. David I. Goodman. 21100 
Frederick Road, Cermantown, Maryland 20767 Bram A. 
Goodwin. 42 Salem End Lane, Framingham Circle, Mas- 
sachusetts 01701 ludith H. Goran. 4020 Gait Ocean 
Drive, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33308. BA in Literature 
Freshman Orientation Chairman (2); Student Associ- 
ation Publicity Chairman (2), ludicial Representative(l); 
Chief justice Dorm Court (4) Diane D. Gordy. 5608 
Vernon Place, Bethesda, Maryland 20034. Terre A. Gore. 
47 Broadway, West Hempstead, New York 11552 BA in 
Elementary Education and Psychology. Psi Chi. Arlene 
Gottlieb. 1279 Somerset Road, Teaneck, New jersey 
07666. BA in Literature. Sharon I. Graham. 1329 South 
Carolina Avenue S.E., Washington, DC. laxii. BA in 
Literature. Commuter Student Organization (1,2), OA- 
SATAU; Young Democrats Suzan M. Graham. 2 BoJten 
Place, Bloomfield, New jersey 07003, BA in History 
Kappa Delta, Editor, Intramural Volleyball; Intramural 
Sortball. Alexander Greeley. 399 Stratton Road, New 
Rochelle, New \ork I08O4 Iris M. Green. 2727 Twenty- 
ninth Street NW, Washington, DC. BA in Sociology. 
Laurence B. Green. 1981 Nantucket Road, Merrick, New 
York 11566. BSBA in Urban Studies. Alpha Epsilon Pi, 
Athletic Director (2,3); Eagle Staff, Sporlswriter (2,3); 
Cross Country (1); Track (1); Intramurals (2,3,4) Mar- 
trice C. Green. 821 Eleventh Street N,E., Washington, 
DC. 20002. Lynn E. Greenberg. 25 Dogwood Lane, 
Freehold, New jersey 07728 BS in Biology Biology 
Society (4); E.P.C (3,4); SAC, secretary (4), Steering and 
Undergraduate Committees (3,4) Matthew W. Greene. 
40 Park Avenue, Greenwich, Connecticut 06830 BS in 
Government. Linda M. Greenfield. 11 Fairhill Road. 
Edison, New Jersey 08817. BA in Elementary Education 
SAC (1); Pan Ethnon (3) Sharon S. Greenstein. 220 East 
Hudson Street, Long Beach, New York 11561. BS in 
Sociology. Gerald R. Greenwood. 3601 Thirty-ninth 
Street N.W., Washington, DC. 20016. Patrick |. Griffin 
III. 14125 Berryville Road, Germantown, Maryland 
20767 Peter M. Griffin. 5(X.1I Overlea Court, Bethesda, 
Maryland 20016. Thaddeus |. Grobelny. 42(19 Mellwood 
Lane, Fairfax, Virginia 220.iO David S. Grojean. 3529 
Quebec Street, Washington, DC. 2(X)16. Adene Gross. 
73 Wendell Road, Newton, Massachusetts 02159. BA in 
Psychology. Kappa Delta. Anne M. Gruber. 54 Bounty 
Lane, Jericho, New York 11753 BA in Elementary Educa- 
tion Alpha Epsilon Phi, Secretary (2,3) Sharon F. 
Gruensfelder. 427 Bluebird Lane, Dresher, Pennsylvania 
19025 BA in Sociology SMC (1); WAA (3); Moratorium 
Committee (1) Sophia W. Guen. 1305 Gallatin Street 
NW, Washington, DC. 20011. BA in Art. Mary C. 
Gunzburg. 5504 Windingbrook Road, Richmond, Vir- 
ginia 23230 Ion D. Guren. 32810 Creekside Drive, Pep- 
per Pike, Ohio 44124 B.A in International Relations. 
Gary S. Gurner. 908 Sheffield Road, Teaneck, New 
jersey 07666 Peter L. Haback. 15340 Southwest Eighty- 
first Avenue, Miami, Florida 33157. BA in Political Sci- 
ence. SGPA Undergraduate Council and Faculty-Student 
Council (2); One ot the originators of AU Coffeehouse 
(2). loseph C. Haberman. 71 Sykes Avenue, Livingston, 
New jersey 07039 Rodney D. Haden. 469 [na Road 
#2907, Honolulu, Hawaii •■IM]--, Claire E. Hafets. 5220 
Connecticut Avenue NW. #307, Washington, DC. 
20008 BA in History Phi Alpha Theta; Phi Kappa Phi 
Richard |. Hafets. 3220 Connecticut Avenue N W., 
Washington, DC. 20008. BSBA in Personnel Manage- 
ment Phi Kappa Phi lames A. Hain. 501 Southampton 



Drive, Silver Spring, Maryland 20903, Clyde H. Hall. 4840 
WaJney Road. Chantilly, Virginia 22021 Robert G. Hall 
II 425 Englewood Road, Hagerstown, Maryland 21740. 
BA in Government Intramural Basketball (1-4); Phi Kap- 
pa Phi. Allison R. Hallingby. 950 Fifth Avenue, New 
York, New York 10021. Lynn M. Halloran. 4415 Eighth 
Street N E., Washington, DC. 20017 Denise H. Halvey. 
44 Andover Court, Manhasset, New York 11030. Carole 
S. Hamady. 2031 Crooked Lane, Flint, Michigan 48503. 
Michael B. Hamilton. 318 Mt View Road, Maugansville, 
Maryland 21767. Maria C. Hanabergh 6705 Tulip Hill 
Terrace, Washington, DC. 20016. Noah |. Hanft. 99 Ash 
Drive, Great Neck, New York 11021. BA in Political 
Science and History. Junior Class Treasurer; Intramural 
Basketball (1,2); Intramural Football (2,3); Freshman Stu- 
dent Council; Tavern Board (4); Finance Committee (2); 
Inter-Class Assembly (2); Young Democrats (1,2). Va- 
lerie E. Hardy. 3350 Valley Drive, Alexandria, Virginia 
22502. lohn A. Harp. 240 Carpy Avenue, Vineland, New 
jersey 08360 BA in Political Science and Economics. 
Alpha Tau Omega, Public Relations Officer (2); Greek 
Parthanon, Editor (2); Fratres (2); IFC, President (3,4), 
Honorable mention NCAA in Cross country (3); MVP 
(1,3); Mile Champ (3); All East Team (ICAAAA) (3); 
Cross Country, Captain (1,2,3); Outstanding Athletes of 
America (1,2,3); Scuba Club (2,3); Songfest, Director (2). 
Linwood Harrell. 9010 Cooper Drive, Oxon Hill, Mary- 
land 2ai22 Gail Harris. 254 Eleventh Street S.E.. Wash- 
ington, DC 20003 William D. Harris. 11 Chestnut 
Drive, Glen Rock, New jersey 07452 BA in Government 
and Communications. Omicron Kappa (5,4); SGPA Cur- 
riculum Committee (4). Lisa Harry. 2308 Rent Street, 
Camp Hill, Pennsylvania 17011 BA in Literature Debo- 
rah E. Hatcher. 1366 Lancia Drive, .McLean, Virginia 
22101. BA in Elementary Education Mark S. Hathorne. 
5107 River Hill Road, Bethesda, Maryland 20016. Susan 
A. Hauer. 1098 East 21st Street, Brooklyn, New York 
1 121(1 BA in Biology. Rape Crisis Center (4). Martina V. 
Hawkins. 1345 Randolph Street NW , Washington, DC. 
2(XJI1 Raelyn M. Hawley. 5500 Friendship Boulevard, 
Chevy Chase, Maryland 20015. Robert C. Hay. Pleasant 
Mountain, Bridgton, Maine. Charles W. Hayes. 76f)4 F 
Street. Seat Pleasant, Maryland 20027. Mary K. Hayes. 
505 Skyhill Road, Alexandria, Virginia 22314. Gail S. 
Heckler. 3471 Steven Road, Baldwin, New York 20(X13 
Carol Ann Hedges. 616 East Capitol Street N.E., Wash- 
ington, DC iami Barbara M. Heflin. 101 Adclare 
Road, Rockville, Maryland 2085O Kathleen C. Hegy. 
3925 Davis Place #204, Washington, DC. 20007. 
Thomas H. Heisey. 309 Mills Avenue, Ml Gretna, Penn- 
sylvania 17064 BSBA in Finance Keith Heldenbrand. 2 
Bay Road, South Portland, Maine 041CX) Ronni S. Heller. 
1074 Dartmouth Street, Teaneck, New jersey 0766b B.A 
in Elementary Education, Alpha Chi Omega, Cultural 
Chairman (3), Recording Secretary and Historian (4) 
lean E. Henderson. Susan M. Henningsen. 902 Anne 
Street, Takoma Park, -Vlaryland 2(X)12 BS in Nursing. Phi 
Kappa Phi, School ot Nursing Council, Co-Co-Chairman 
(4| Angelina |. Henry. 2718 Twenty-sixth Street N.E., 
Washington, DC. 2(X)18 BA in Speech Arts Barbara A. 
Henry. 9104 Patton Boulevard, Alexandria, Virginia 
22309 William P. Herring, |r. 8641 Greenbelt Road, 
Greenbelt, Maryland 20^70 BABS m Marketing and 
Psychology Alison L. Hersch. 280 DrexeJ Lane, Glencoe, 
Illinois 60O22 Lisabeth P. Hershberg. 30 Gamecock 
Lane, Babylon, New York 11702 B,^ in Psychology. 
Alpha Chi Omega (1,2,3,4) Sigrid I. Hildebrandt. 453 
Dailey Drive, Franklin, Massachusetts 02038. Catherine 
L. Hill. 'X) Riveredge Road, New Shrewsbury, New jer- 
sey 07724. BS in Biology. Andrew S. Hillman. 1415 
Cardinal Drive, Coatesville, Pennsylvania 19320. BA in 
Political Science. Pi Sigma Alpha Kozo Hiramatsu. 4817 



Midon-Machi, Kawaguchi City, lapan BA in Commu- 
nications, lanice B. Hirshout. 26 Ridgewood Circle, Wil- 
mington, Delaware 1980y, BA in Elementary Education 
Pan Ethnon (1); AMI; Hlllel; "Fiddler on the Roof" 
Production (1): Floor Treasurer (4); Dean's List (1,3,4); 
Intramural Athletics Diane Hochman. 87 Rockland 
Parkway, Spring Valley, New York 10977 BS in Psy- 
chology Ski Club, Erik C. Hockmeyer. 14 Ocean Boule- 
vard, Hampton. New Hampshire Valerie M. Hodge. 
1110 Springhill Road, Staunton, Virginia 24401 Janice L. 
Ho«mann.851 Country Club Drive, Pittsburgh, Pennsylva- 
nia 15228. BA in International Studies. SC Department 
ot Academic Atlairs, Chairman; University Senate Ad 
Hoc Committee on Teaching and Learning, Provost 
Search Committee. Paula M. Holden. RD #1 Hill Spring 
Road, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania 19317. BS in Inter- 
disciplinary Studies, Biology-Communications Varsity 
Volleyball (1,2,4); Intramural Volleyball (1); Intramural 
referee, CAS Educational Policy Committee; ALI Chess 
Club (2); Floor President RHA, Chairman of Committee 
on Staff Hiring and Firing (3); Chiet Cook for Football 
concessions (2,3,4). Marianne C. Hollander. 43 Laubert 
Road, Conshohocken, Pennsylvania 19428. BS in Nurs- 
ing. Mortar Board. Terry E. Hollzman. blOl Shady Oak 
Lane, Bethesda, Maryland 20034 Devin ). Horn. 3042 
Laurel Street, San Diego, California 92104 Gail A. 
Homesack. 4321 Van Ness Street, Washington, DC 
20016. David F. Honan. 20 South Shirley Avenue, Moores- 
town. New lersey 08057 Doris A. Hooks. 805 Bu- 
chanan Street N.W., Washington, DC. 20011. BA in 
History. Administrative Staff Member of CAS for the 
Frederick Douglas Scholarship Program; Frederick 
Douglas Tutoring Program and Recruitment Program; 
Board of Trustees of Equal Opportunity for Education 
Now Katherine M. Horn. 2107 S Street N.W , Washing- 
ton, DC 20005 Nancie C. Hornberger. 9 Harding Road, 
West Caldwell, New lersey 07006 BA in Psychology. 
Mark |. Horoschak. 21.1 Murray Drive, Doylestown, 
Pennsylvania 18901 BA in Political Science Phi Sigma 
Alpha; Young Republicans (1,2). Thomas P. Horton. 1129 
Lewis Avenue, Pockville, Maryland 20851 Joseph M. 
Horwitz. 1718 Emerson Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylva- 
nia 19152 BSBA in Marketing. Penfeather Literary Maga- 
zine, contributor; Dean's List; SBA, Treasurer (4), Youth 
Coalition for Muskie James T. Houk. 2121 Columbia 
Pike #309, Arlington, Virginia 22204 Gary L. Howe. 
7957 Woodpecker Way, Alexandria, Virginia 22306. 
Claudia |. Howell. Horse Happy Farm, Schaefferstown, 
Pennsylvania 17088 BA in Communications. Eagle, re- 
porter (3) Lawrence D. Hubbell. 1220 Forest Avenue, 
Oak Park, Illinois 60302 BA in International Relations 
Freshman Literary Publication, AU Singers James R. 
Hughes. 1214 Chesapeake Avenue. Chesapeake, Virginia 
22309 Richard H. Hughes. 5707 Larpin Lane, Alexandria, 
Virginia 22310 Denise H. Hulvey. 44 Andover Court, 
Manhasset, New York 11030. BA in Literature Robert F. 
Hurley. Berkshire Road, Gates Mills, Ohio 44040 Adrienne 
D. Hurl. 6 Oak Road, North Amityville, New York 
11701 BA in Political Science, Cindy S. Hurwitz. 324 
Warren Avenue, Rochester, New York 14618. BS in Art 
Education. Jan C. Hurwitz. 7933 Stevenson Road, Balti- 
more, Maryland 21208. Leonard E. Hutner. 74 Richfield 
Street, Plainview, New York 11803 Ellen S. Hyman. 75 
Gary Road, Needham, Massachusetts 02194 Mary B. 
Hyman. 926 Tenth Street North, Washington, DC BSBA 
in Urban Development and Finance Michael J. lada- 
rola. 3422 Oliver Street N.W., Washington, DC 20015 
BS in Biology. Karate (2,4), Nancy H. Imershein. 1061 
Furth Road, North Woodmere, New York 11581, BA in 
Elementary Education, Jan E. Ingler. 1791 Willoway 
Circle, Columbus, Ohio Robert Ingram. 51 Arbor Road, 
Roslyn, New York 11577, BS in Communications SIS. 



Football, Captain (4) Alexis S. Iszard. 302 Second Street, 
Towanda. Pennsylvania 18848 BA in Government 
WAMU; Fencing Club, School of Government Intern, 
Student Mobilization Committee. Donna P. Ives. 13904 
Darnestown Road, Gaithersburg, Maryland 20760 Jo- 
Anne A. Jackson. 1367 Sheridan Street N.W,, Washing- 
ton, DC, 20011 BS in Chemistry, Alpha Chi Sigma (3,4), 
Linda C. Jacobs. 1 Kingsford Drive, Pittsburgh, Pennsyl- 
vania 15202, BA in Speech Arts, WAMU, AU Theater, 
Roy T. Jacobs. 3536 Military Road, Arlington, Virginia 
lanice Jaffe. 46 Township Line Road, Elkins Park. Penn- 
sylvania 19117, BA in Communications David K. James. 
359 York Street, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania 17325. BA in 
Political Science Senator (3); Intramural Football, In- 
tramural Basketball, Intramural Baseball, Tavern Com- 
mittee. Chairperson; Deans List (2,3) Richard L. Jaszc- 
zult. 1218 Woodcliff Court, Alexandria, Virginia 22308 
Aubrey S. Jennings. Box 45, King George, Virginia 22485 
Chauncey B. Jessup. 3101 Pennsylvania Avenue S E 
#403, Washington. DC. 20020 Michael J. Johnson. 5608 
South Quaker Lane, Alexandria, Virginia 22303 Renee E. 
Johnson. Box 28320, Washington, DC, 20005 Stanley H. 
Johnson. 1414 Turlock Lane, San lose, California, Daryl 
L. Joline. 8808 Vernon View Drive, Alexandria, Virginia 
22308 Gary G. Jones. 1835 Taylor Street N,W., Washing- 
ton, DC BA in Business. Bowling Team (1-4). Joey C. 
Jupiter. 585 West 204th Street, New York, New York 
10034 BA in Drama. "Fiddler on the Roof"; helped to 
organize The Open Stage. Edward J. Jurewicz. 407 
South Gov Printe Boulevard, Lester, Pennsylvania 19113 
Charles J. Jurgonis, )r. 438 North Armistead Street, 
Alexandria, Virginia 22312, Edward H. Jurith. 92 Lincoln 
Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11208, BA in Political 
Science Phi Kappa Phi, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi 
Sigma Alpha; Undergraduate member SGPA Rank and 
Tenure Committee (3,4), SGPA Undergraduate Curricu- 
lum Committee (2,3); AU Club Football, Assistant Di- 
rector (2,3); Student lustice AU ludicial System (2,3) 
David L. Kaiser. 1103 Caiewood Drive, Alexandria, Vir- 
ginia 22307. Linda G. Kalab. 5 Cedar Lane, New Hyde 
Park, New York 11040. BA in Dance, Psychology, Educa- 
tion. Women's Tennis (2), AU Dance Theater (2,3,4), 
Dance Theater President (4) Renate Kalbli. 2693 Cycl- 
orama Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio 45211 BA in Political 
Science, AU Women's Group (3) Alison H. Kamine. 3 
Troy Street, Elmont, New York 11003 BA in Elementary 
Education, Phi Kappa Phi, Sue C. Kaminsky. 150 Nassau 
Avenue, Freeport, New York 11520, BA in Anthropol- 
ogy, Judith C. Kaplan. 1750 East Twenty-seventh 
Street, Brooklyn, New York 11229. BA in Elementary 
Education. Paul W. Karadbil. 6'109 Winterberry Lane, 
Bethesda, Maryland 20034 Sonja R. Karasick. 824 Van 
Buren Street, Baldwin, New York 11510 BA in Psy- 
chology and Sociology Jack F. Karpf. 7907 Cobden 
Road, Laverock, Pennsylvania 19118 BA in Political Sci- 
ence Phi Sigma Alpha, Intramurals, Kennedy Political 
Union Philip A. Karsner. 1207 Raymond Avenue, 
McLean, Virginia 22101 Douglas D. Katz. 303 Harttord 
Road, South Orange, New lersey 07079. BA in Psy- 
chology American Magazine, Photographer (3.4) Psy- 
chology Student Organization, President Rosamond 
Katz. 7 Polo Road, Great Neck, New York 11023 BA in 
Economics. Varsity Field Hockey (1,2), Economics De- 
partment Council Representative. Sharon S. Katz. 6330 
Lupton Drive, Dallas, Texas 75225. BA in Sociology 
Alpha Epsilon Phi (1-4); Concert Committee (2), Dean's 
List (3,4); Dorm Government (4) Lance J. Kaufman. 
4917 1% Place Place, Flushing, New York 11365 Lucy J. 
Kaufman. 19 Elm Road, Scarsdale, New York 10583. 
Michele P. Kaufman. 2625 Park Avenue Apt. 9P, Bridge- 
port, Connecticut 066(34 BA in International Studies Phi 
Kappa Phi. Edward S. Kean. 2134 Maclarie Lane, Broo- 



mall, Pennsylvania 19008 Ellen S. Kearns. 130 Oakridge 
Drive, Ayer, Massachusetts 01432 Daniel S. Kehde. Box 
40A Route 2, Clifton, Tennessee 38425. BA in Political 
Science. Leonard Hall, President, Chief lustice Dorm 
Court, RHA, President. Deborah L. Kehler. Hatchery 
Road, Hackettstown, New lersey 07840 Jon F. Kelly. 285 
East Torrence Road, Columbus, Ohio 43214 BA in Com- 
munication Eagle (1), Intramural basketball (3), Football 
(4), Orientation Committee (2) Lucie M. Kelly. BA in 
Anthropology/French President, French Floor, Hughes 
Hall; Pan Ethnon, Dorm Council, Lisa Kennedy. 63 
Buckminster Road, Brookline, Massachusetts BA in In- 
ternational Relations Tassles, Hebrew University ot |e- 
rusalem (3). Michael D. Kennedy. BS in Urban Devel- 
opment, 8029 Piney Branch Road, Silver Spring, Mary- 
land 20901- Andrew S. Kessler. 43 Corwell Drive, Liv- 
ingston, New lersey, BA in Political Science, Zeta Beta 
Tau, Pi Sigma Alpha, School of Public Aftairs Honors 
Program; Basketball, Baseball Intramurals, Teaching As- 
sistant "Civil Rights and Liberties" Jerilyn D. Kessler. 30 
Knollwood Drive, Cherry Hill, New lersey BA in Inter- 
disciplinary Studies Tennis (1,2,4); Orientation floor 
chairman Robert E. Kessler. 90 Ronni Drive, East Mead- 
ow, New York, BS in Chemistry James E. Kettering. 827 
East Elm Street, Palmyra, Pennsylvania 17078, BS in 
Business Administration. Alpha Epsilon Pi, Treasurer 
(2,3) Kil C. Kim. 1035 Onchun 2 Dong Dongle Ky, 
Pusan, Korea. BSBA in Business Randye B. Kimmel. 16 
Miriam Lane, Plainview, New York 11803. BA in Liter- 
ature Eagle (1); Chorale (1,2); S.A.C., volunteer St. 
Elizabeth's Hospital, DC. General Hospital David W. 
Kirchenbaum. 14 Skyline Drive, Huntington, New York 
11743. SBA in Accounting Sandra G. Kirkland. 1507 
Crandfield Avenue, Plant City, Florida 33566 Philip 
Kirschner. 165 South Twenty-seventh Street, Camden, 
New lersey 08105 BA in Political Science. WAMU (1); Pi 
Sigma Alpha honorary political science; Intramurals 
(1,2) Michael B. Kiser. 104 South Inman Avenue, Besse- 
mer City, North Carolina 28016 Lonnie Kishpaugh. 5666 
Alice Avenue, Oxon Hill, Maryland 2002 1 Marie A. 
Kisner. Route 3, San Antonio, Texas 78218. Alan H. 
Kjellberg. 85560 Brookhaven Avenue, Darien, Illinois 
60559 BA in Government Young Republicans; Pan Eth- 
non (1,2,3,4). Deborah S. Klasing. 2023 North Smythe 
Street, Arlington, Virginia 22201 Peter M. Klein. 5 Eve 
Lane, Rye, New York 10580 BA in Sociology Carol A. 
Kleindinst. 3756 Delaware Avenue, Kenmore, New York 
14217 Richard A. Klimczak. 3307 Senator Avenue, Dis- 
trict Heights, Maryland 20028 Thomas R. Knapp, 80 
Beresford Road, Rochester, New York 14(illl Robert H. 
Knight. 6723 Wilderidge Lane, West Bloomtield, Maine 
48033. Samuel F. Knupp. 487 King of Prussia Road, 
Radnor, Pennsylvania 19087 Michael B. Koblentz. 348 
Palisade Road, Union, New lersey 07083 BA in Econom- 
ics Rebecca Koch. 60 Pickwick Drive, Rochester, New 
York 14618 Walter A. Kohl. 225 Glenhill Drive, Roches- 
ter, New York 14618 Daniel E. Kohler, Jr. Thomas D. 
Kokai. 1432 River Drive, Fremont, Ohio 43420. BA in 
Communication Alpha Epsilon Pi; Business Manager- 
Eagle (2,3); Omicron Delta Kappa, President (4) Karen 
J. Kollias. 1509 Que Street N W., Washington, DC 
20(XI9. BA in Sociology. Eagle (3); Common Sense (3); 
Women's Liberation (2,3,4); I.C.C. (2); Student Senate 
(3,4); Dean't List, Karate (3,4); Volleyball Intramurals 
(1); Rape Crisis Center (4), Washington Area Women's 
Center (3,4) Leonard Kollman. 2301 Fremont Street 
F206, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19152 BSBA in Busi- 
ness/Economics Deborah A. Kollmann. 59(31 Tunlaw 
Road, Washington, DC 20016 Patricia Kolm. 4520 Ver- 
planck Place N W, Washington, DC 20016 Sally B. 
Konowitch. 7810 Atlantic Avenue, Wildwood Crest, 
New lersey 0826O BA in Communications. Women in 



Communicdtions, Inc., Intramural Volleyball, Basketball, 
Softball (1,3,4); Capitol Hill volunteer; Co-producer for 
WMAL-TV show on college students. Steven ). Koppel. 
58 Saxon Way, New Rochelle, New York 10804 BA in 
Political Science. Pi Sigma Alpha; Club Football (2,3,4); 
Rugby (2,3,4), AU Theatre; AU Dance Theatre Bernard 
). Kotarski. 3809 Winchester Lane, Bowie, Maryland 
2071") David R. Kolt. 917 Berkeley Avenue, Trenton, 
New lersey 0Bfal8, BA in Political Science Pi Sigma 
Alpha; Phi Kappa Phi Karen N. Koumjian. 691 Edge- 
wood Drive, Westbury, New York 11590 BA in Psy- 
chology Randy A. Krakower. 1326 Hastings Street, Tea- 
neck, New lersey 07666. BA in History. Phi Alpha Theta, 
Vice President (3); Leonard Hall Dorm Council (2,3); 
Floor President (2,3); Dean's List (2); WAMU-AM (1); 
VISTA (2) Harriet J. Kramer. 1026 Flagree Lane, Pikes- 
ville, Maryland 21208. BA/AA in Elementary Educa- 
lion/Admin, of lustice. Phi Kappa Phi Debra A. 
Kraulheimer. 18 Lake Avenue, Saratoga Springs, New 
>mk 12866 BA in History Lynne S. Krechevsky. 88 
Wook Pond Road, West Hartlord, Connecticut 06107. 
BA in Psychology. Stephen N. Krevalin. 132 Emerson 
Street, Springfield, Massachusetts 01118. ludith A. 
Krizay. 7101 Elizabeth Drive, McLean, Virginia 22101 
Henry L. Kronstadt. 4607 Connecticut Avenue N.W , 
Wdshinglon, DC 20008 BA in Communications and 
Interdisciplinary. American Magazine Patrice S. Kugel. 
353 McLean Place, Hillside, New Jersey 07205 BS in 
Biology Donna G. Kulla. MKH Parkhill Drive, Bethesda, 
Maryland 2(X)I4 Kathleen A. Kurtz. 349 Boxwood Lane, 
Cinnaminson, New Jersey 08077. BA in Marketing, Hon- 
or Dorm. Marc Kurtz. 41 East Alton Place, Old Bridge, 
New lersey 08857 David C. Kushner. 19 Westwood 
Circle, Roslyn Heights. New York 11577. BA in Psy- 
chology Varsity Basketball (1); Varsity Soccer (3,4). Mi- 
chael |. Kykish. 360 West Twenty-second Street, Deer 
Park, New York 11729. BA in Political Science. Pan 
Ethnon. Lorraine T. Kyte. 57 Fernwood Drive, Stratford, 
Connecticut 06467. BS in Nursing Alpha Chi Omega 
(2,3); Campus Crusade for Christ. Richard E. Kyte, Jr. 100 
Ledgewood Road, West Hartford, Connecticut 06107 
BA in Political Science. Jackie P. La. 3245 Nebraska 
Avenue N.W., Washington, DC. 20016 Lynn H. Later. 
42-21 Forty-second Street, Sunnyside, Queens, New 
York 11104. BS in Art Education. Gary A. Lamchick. 28 
Ralls Drive, Evanston. Rhode Island 02920 BA in Com- 
munications Intramural Football (1-4), "Fiddler on the 
Root" Cheryl A. Landman. 500 Thayer Avenue #504, 
Silver Spring, Maryland 20910 Steven R. Lane. 5150 
Massachusetts Avenue, Bethesda, Maryland 20016. 
Stanley j. Lapeka. 5905 Kingsford Road #F, Springfield, 
Virginia 22152. Edward G. Larsen. 1447 Orchard 
Road, Mountainside, New lersey 07092 BSBA m Mar- 
keting Rho Epsilon, Llndergraduate Liason. William J. 
Larson. 4406 Chesapeake Street, N W., Washington. 
DC 2a)16 BS in International Studies. Pi Sigma Alpha, 
SIS Llndergraduate Cabinet (4); SIS Undergraduate Stud- 
ies Committee (4); Sailing Club (3,4); Pan Ethnon (3,4) 
Andrew M. Latz. 3 North Hanover Avenue, Margate, 
New lersey 08402 BS in Art Education. Terry R. Laub. 11 
Coral Avenue, Winthrop, Massachusetts 02152 BA in 
Political Science, lunior Year Abroad in Israel. Robert A. 
Lauten. 4444 Brandywine Street, Washington, DC 
20001 Linda D. Lawrence. 14725 Barksdale Street, 
Woodbridge. Virginia 21191 )ohn W. Lawson. Box 83, 
lamesville, Maryland 21754. John A. Lawton. RD 3, Box 
129, Lebanon, New lersey 08853 BA in International 
Studies Pan Ethnon. Intramurals; McGovern for Presi- 
dent Wayne A. Layfield. 4003 Elm Street, Waldorf, 
Maryland 20601 Karen E. Lebo. 404 Holloway Court, 
Vienna, Virginia 22180 Gerald B. Lee. 1132 Forty-sixth 
Place, S.E , Washington, DC. 20019 BA in Commu- 



nications. OSATAU, Steering Committee Chairman, Ad- 
ministration/Publications (1,4); Editor-in-Chief of UH- 
URU (2); Co-Director Pride/American University In- 
stitute. Susan Lee. 1752 Columbia Road N.W., Washing- 
ton, DC 20009 Nicholas R. Letevrc. 3715 Woodley 
Road N.W., Washington, DC. 20019 lane L. Left. KXJ 
Amherst Drive, New Rochelle, New York 10804. Gary R. 
Lerman. 3145 Brighton 4 Street, Brooklyn, New York 
11235. Catherine L. Lesko. 101 West Ninelh Avenue, 
Homestead, Pennsylvania 15120. BSBA in Marketing 
Gamma Sigma Sigma. Donald R. Leslie. 5313 Riverdale 
Road, Riverdale, Maryland 20«4(l Michele L. Lesser. 881 
lames Street, Pelham, New York 1080) Ellen S. Leven- 
thal. 7 3 Eilhteenth Avenue, Hyattsville, Maryland. BA 
in Eler .mtary Education. Floor Orientation Chairperson 
(2), Y jng Democrats; Dean's List. William D. Levin. 
458 Hillside Drive South, New Hyde Park, New 
York ,1040. BSBA in Accounting, lerri G. Levine. 1587 
Southern Drive. Valley Stream, New York 11580. BA in 
Education. Howard A. Levinson. 6701 Tomlinson Ter- 
race, Cabin lohn, Maryland 20731. Glen S. Levis. 81 
Westwood Avenue, Ellenville, New York 12428. B.^ in 
History, jenat M. Levison. 123 Clydelan Court, Nashville, 
Tennessee 57205 BA in Sociology Hotline (4) Michael J. 
Levitt. 2058 Oliver Way, Merrick, New York 11566. BSBA 
in Marketing. Intramural Football (1, 2, 3); Coed Vol- 
leyball (3); Intramural Softball (3); TCAU. Ann P. Levy. 
8809 Woodland Drive, Silver Spring, Maryland 20910. 
Eloise R. Levy. Box 157, Baldwin Place, New York 10505. 
BA in Interdisciplinary: Music/Poetry/Philosophy Mar- 
tha |. Levy. 15 Oxford Road, White Plains, New York 
106t)5 BA in Anthropology with Honors. Member of 
Educational Policy Committee; Dean's List Helen Lew. 
1452 Park Road N.W., Washington, DC. 2(«I0 BA in 
Economics and Business Nancy Y. Lew. 4(X) R Street 
N.W., Washington, DC. 20O01. Charles LeWinter. 60 
East Linden Avenue, Englewood, New lersey 07631. 
BSBA in Finance. Zeta Beta Tau; Manager "97". Brenda 
D. Lewis. Route 3 Box 9-61, Ahuskie, North Carolina 
27910 BS in Marketing. Mortar Board, Vice President; 
Who's Who; Black Task Force, OASATAU. Elliot N. 
Lewis. 4009 Bowers Avenue. Baltimore, Maryland 21207. 
BA in Government. Joyce |. Lewis. 64 Hennessy Drive, 
Portland, Maine 04103. Mark |. Lewis. 2% Crabapple 
Road, Manhasset, New York 1103O BS in Political Sci- 
ence Eagle; Freshman Class Council, Intramural Softball 
Champions (3); Kennedy Political Union Director (4), 
Administrative Assistant to SC President (4); Young 
Democrats, Treasurer (2); Fourth Floor McDowell Presi- 
dent (2). Martina T. Lewis. 1415 S Street S.E., Washing- 
ton, DC 20020. BA in Economics. Departmental Hon- 
ors; OASATAU Pamela M. Lewis. 1 Sherman Circle 
N.W., Washington, DC 2001 1 BA in Elementary Educa- 
tion. Varsity Basketball (1), Intramural Volleyball (1); 
OASATAU (1-4) Renee I. Licht. 12 Estate Cavet Bay, St. 
Thomas, Virgin Islands. BA in Education. Phi Kappa Phi, 
Undergraduate Affairs Committee, Representative; De- 
partment of Education Council, Representative, WAMU. 
Karen A. Lichtenberg. 2061 Clague Road, West lake, 
Ohio 44145 BA in Communications and Political Sci- 
ence. Sigma Delta Chi; University Chorale. Saul N. 
Lleberman. 531 East Lincoln Avenue, Mt. Vernon, New 
York 10552. BA in Psychology. Michael |. lieberwitz. 625 
Mount Drive, South Orange, New lersey 07079 Ronald 
A. Light. 30 Martin Court, Great Neck, New York 1 1024 
B\ in Psychology. American Magazine (1-4) AII>erto C. 
Linares. 5909 Ipswich Road, Bethesda, Maryland 20014 
Richard D. Lindner. 670 Hempstead Avenue. West 
Hempstead, New York 11552. BS in Accounting Margo 
f. Lipschitz. 263 Dallas Road, North Brunswick, New 
lersev 08902 BA in Elementary Education. John W. 
Locke, |r. 5505 Old Silber Hill, Suitland, Maryland 20028. 



Elaine L. Loeb. 66-21 Saunders Street, Rego Park, New 
York 11374. BA in Elementary Education. Dean's List. 
Donna R. Longest. 18 Macim Lane, Rockville, Maryland 
20852 BA in History Mark W. Looney. 283 Crestwood 
Avenue, Wadsworth, Ohio 44281. Gene R. Lopez. 182 
Main Street, Little Falls, New lersey 07424 Eleanor H. 
Lovelett. 5606 Brite Drive, Bethesda, Maryland 20034. BS 
in Math Allen J. Lowe. 1615 Pleasant Drive, Cherry Hill, 
New lersey 08003. BA in Political Science. Mark P. 
Lowenstein. 404 Plaza Road North, Fairlawn. New lersey 
07410 BA in Psychology Varsity Baseball (1-4); Varsity 
Soccer (1-4) Deborah D. Lucas. 893 West Main Street, 
Somerset, Pennsylvania 15501. Linda D. Lukow. 6 Craig 
Street, lericho. New York 11753. BA in Education. Alpha 
Epsilon Phi, Treasurer (3, 4); Dean's List; Coed In- 
tramurals (4) Margrethe Lundsager. 1308 Paluxent 
Drive, Ashton, Maryland 20702 Clifford M. Lurie. 8 
Arlene Court, Short Hills, New lersey 07078. BSBA in 
Accounting. Barry C. Lynch. 14(X) Ian Drive, Wilming- 
ton, Delaware 19a) i Brian V. Lynch. 5518 Sherrier Place 
N W , Washington, DC 20016 Randolph E. Lynch. 428 
Newcomb Street S.E #4, Washington, DC. BS in Ac- 
counting Sharon Lynette. 156 Murray Street, Rahway, 
New lersey BA in French Hotline (2); lunior Year 
.abroad in France. John Macedo. 51 Mt Rainier Avenue, 
Farmingville, New York 11738 Russell R. Mack. 1560 
Chaucer Lane, Bethleham, Pennsylvania. BA in Commu- 
nications and History. Phi Alpha Theta (4); Phi Kappa 
Phi (4); Intramural Football, Intramural Softball (2, 3, 4); 
Chief lustice oi McDowell Hall (4); Freshman Ori- 
entation (4) Maryanne V. Mackey. 108 Flintlock Road, 
Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania 19026 Kenneth ). Madden. 
2101 North lefferson Street, Arlington, Virginia 22205. 
John W. Maier. 7003 Old Chapel Drive, Bowie, Mary- 
land 20715 Philip M. Maiese. 1014 Homer Avenue, 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237. Cyril E. Maire. 14615 
Claude, Silver Spring, Maryland 20904 Cynthia G. Majd. 
4201 Massachusetts Avenue N.W, Washington, DC. 
20016. BS in History. Michael Malinowitz. 475 FDR 
Drive, New York, New York 10002 Evan M. Mann. 4867 
Battery Lane #2, Bethesda, Maryland 20014 Kenneth 
Mann. 551 General Lafayette Road, Merion Station, 
Pennsylvania 19066. BS in Accounting. Intramural Ath- 
letics William |. Mann. 2244 Mohegan Drive Al. Falls 
Church, Virginia 22043 Diane E. Mardinly. 233 Broad 
Avenue, Leonia. New lersey 07605. BA in Literature. 
Laura E. Margulis. 2400 South Glebe Road Apt 729, 
Arlington, Virginia BA in French Hedy C. Marias. 31 
Curtis Avenue, West Orange, New lersey 07052 B.A in 
Elementary Education. Phi Sigma Sigma, Pledge Class 
President (1), Pan Hellenic Representative (3) Philip R. 
Marino. 49 Piccadilly Downs, Lynbrook, New York 
11563 BA in Political Science Lee I. Markowilz. 2552 
Lorna Place, Oceanside, New York 11572 BS in Biology. 
Rugby Club (1-4), President Stephen A. Marks. 2833 
McGill Terrace N W , Washington, DC 20008 BA in 
Communication Ann K. Markunas. Hillside Road, Dau- 
phin, Pennsylvania 17018 Cheryl L. Marschhausen. 803 
Gettysburg Drive. Lansdale, Pennsylvania 19+46 BA in 
History Phi Kappa Phi; Gamma Sigma Sigma (I. 2. 3). 
Thomas M. Marter. 7919 Spiceberry Circle, Gaithers- 
burg. Maryland 20760. BSBA in Computer Systems. Ali- 
son H. Martin. 280 Drexel Lane, Clencoe, Illinois 60022. 
BA in Interior Design Emilie M. Marvil. 5704 Harwick 
Road, Washington, DC 20016 BS in Sociology Nadine 
R. Masone. 44 Otsego Street, Yonkers, New York 10704. 
Myron F. Mayo. 1927 Rosemary Hills Drive #3, Silver 
Spring. Maryland 20910, BSBA in Accounting. Margaret 
M. McCarthy. 4812 W Street N.W, Washington, DC. 
20007 Nancy |. McCullough. 4500 Simmons Lane. Camp 
Springs, Maryland 2(X)31 Susan A. McCullough. 2110 
Creyhorse Road, Willow Grove, Pennsylvania 19090 



David M. McClary. Box 39020, Washington, DC. 20016 
BA in History. Karate; Scuba; Pan Ethnon Marthy N. 
McDay. 19 Fifty-eighth Street S.E., Washington, D.C. 
20019. BA in Mathematics, Field Hockey (2, 3); Basket- 
ball (2); OASATAU. Lynda ). McFadden. 225 Ocean 
Shore Boulevard, Ormond Beach, Florida 32074. Melinda 
L McFarlin. 1390 South Ocean Boulevard A6F, Pompano 
Beach, Florida 33062. Terrence McGinnis. 4081 South 4 
Mile Run Drive, Arlington, Virginia 22204. Molly M. 
McGrane. 8618 Falls Road, Potomac, Maryland 20854. 
Judith McKay. 37 Lafayette Drive, Hazlet, New lersey 
07730. BA in History. Eagle (1, 2); Basketball (1, 2, 3); 
Volleyball (3, 4); Republican Club (2, 3) vice president; 
Pan Ethnon (4); Varsity debate (4); KSLC tutoring center 
(4). Barbara McKee. 1352 Ponus Ridge Road, New Ca- 
naan, Connecticut 06840. BA in Latin American Studies. 
Sailing Club (3, 4); Pan Ethnon (3, 4). Lindsay C. 
McKelvie. 2216 Forty-six Street N W., Washington, DC. 
20007. Ruth A. McKenty. 1129 Bevely Road, lenkintown, 
Pennsylvania 19046. Elizabeth A. McLellan. Harbor Road, 
Camden, Maine 04843. Carol R. McMillen. 4 Saxon 
Road, Worcester, Massachusetts 01602 John K. Mears 
)r. 3007 Fairhill Court, Suitland, Maryland 20023. Karen |. 
Meisner. 2500 lohnson Avenue, Riverdale, New York 
10463. Denise Melenack. 151 Terrace Avenue, Has- 
brouck Heights, New lersey 07604 Ruth A. Mellor. 591 
Tremont Street, Taunton, Massachusetts 02780. BA in 
Elementary Education. RHA ludicial Committee (3); 
Young Republicans (1); SAC Tutoring (1) Valerie |. 
Melvin. 106 Clyde Avenue, Salisbury, Maryland 21801 
BA in International Relations. Pan Ethnon. Stephen G. 
Menish. 3931 Huntington Street, Washington, DC. 
20015 Judith K. Meritz. 69 Mitchell Avenue, Plainview, 
Ner York 11803. BA in Political Science. Alpha Epsilon Pi 
(1); Eagle (1, 2); Dorm representative (2); Ski Club (2). 
Michael H. Merlis. 12 Bradish Lane, Bay Shore, New 
York 11706. Elizabeth F. Merriman. Box 493, Alpine, 
New lersey 07620. BS in Computer Science. Delta Gam- 
ma sorority, treasurer (2), corresponding secretary (3). 
Barbara J. Merryman. 310 Maple Avenue, South- 
hampton, Pennsylvania 18966 Jeffrey A. Meyers. 116 
Stephana Lane, Waterbury, Connecticut 06710. Stanley J. 
Michaels. 3774 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 
11229. BS in Biology. Zeta Beta Tau, Coed Intramurals; 
Football Intramurals; Basketball Intramurals. John J. 
Michel. 8104 Savage-Cuilford Road, jessup, Maryland 
20794 James C. Miller. 28 Homewood Road, Wilming- 
ton, Delaware 19803. John M. Miller. 17955 Pond Road, 
Ashton, Maryland 20702 Marjorie M. Miller. 3906 Col- 
lege Heights Drive, Hyattsville, Maryland 20782. BA in 
Literature. Antigone B. Milton. 9212 Craceland Place, 
Fairfax, Virginia 2203O Michael Min Khin. 5346 Forty- 
first Street, N.W., Washington, DC. 20015 Kevin E. 
Miner. 3539B South Stafford, Arlington, Virginia 22206 
Christopher C. Minich. 4343 Garfield, Washington, DC. 
20007. Barbara J. Mitchell. 680 Creel Street, Melbourne, 
Florida 32935. BA in Political Science and Religion. 
Kappa Delta, Assistant Vice President (2), Vice President 
(3); SGPA Council (1); Young Democrats (1, 2), Secre- 
tary (2); Floor Vice President (2); SAC (1, 2), Secretary 
(2); Orientation Group leader; SHW (1, 2); KPU (2); 
Spiritual Life Committee (1-4). Patricia A. Mitchell. 210 
West Fifth Avenue, Roselle, New lersey 07203. BA in 
Latin American Studies/Spanish. Pan Ethnon; Spanish 
Club; Dorm Government Staff Gifford P. Moak. 2613 
Midway Street, Falls Church, Virginia 22046 BA in Psy- 
chology. Debate (1, 2), President (2). Patricia J. Mochel. 
319 Paper Mill Road, Oreland, Pennsylvania 19075. Todd 
F. Moger. Riverside Avenue, Riverside, Connecticut 
06878. Nahid B. Mohamadi. 9108 Edmonston Road 
#203, Greenbelt, Maryland 20770. David M. Molko. 
12705 Hickory Road, North Miami, Florida 33161. Miriam 



E. Montag. 4705 Butterworth Place N.W., Washington, 
DC. 20016, David H. Moore. 508 Woodland Avenue, 
Bnelle, New Jersey 08730. William |. Moore. 165 Barbara 
Place, Middlesex, New Jersey 08846. BA in Political 
Science. Phi Sigma Kappa, Secretary (4); Wrestling (1, 
2); Diving (3); Orientation (2, 3, 4); Student Senate 
Committee Member (4). Robert E. Morris. 1016 Craw- 
ford Drive, Rockville, Maryland 20851 Rhonda E. Mor- 
row. 3341 Dix Street N E., Washington, DC, 20019 BS in 
Psychology and Sociology, James F. Moscowitz. 94 
Overlook Terrace, Roslyn Heights, New York 11577 
Deborah A. Moseley. 1927 Harpers Ferry, San Antonio, 
Texas 78227, Fletcher Scholar, Levi Moses. 4960 Fads 
Place N,E , Washington, D.C. 20019. Sidney I. Moskow- 
itz. 4705 Forty-sixth Street N.W., Washington, DC. 
20016. Lawrence A. Muenz. 271 Gramercy Drive, Je- 
richo, New York 11753. BA in Political Science. Mitchell 
8. Muroff. 706 Golf Drive, North Woodmere, New York 
11581 George A. Muschamp. 2000 North Greenbrier 
Street, Arlington, Virginia 22205 Kathi E. Myerson. 412 
Birchtree Lane N.E , North Vale, New jersey 07647. 
Joann P. Myles. 3615 Edwards Street, Landover, Mary- 
land 20785 Gerard T. Nealey. 314 Shorners Lane, Rock- 
ville, Maryland 20850, Jenny L. Nechemie. 48 Holiday 
Drive, West Caldwell, New Jersey 070O6, BA in Political 
Science. LIndergraduate Affairs Council of Department 
of Education; Freshman Orientation; Judicial Represent- 
ative Mitchell H. Nedick. 349 McLean Place, Hillside, 
New lersey. BA in Political Science. Daniel A. Need- 
ham. 4418 Ridgecrest Drive, Skyline, Maryland 20023. 
Ronald H. Ness. 5544 Karen Elaine Drive, New Carroll- 
ton, Maryland 20784, Timothy S. Newell. 1123 Edwards 
Road, Greenville, South Carolina Roy F. Newman III. 
7608 West Park Drive, Hyattsville, Maryland 20783, Wil- 
liam D. Newman. 11125 Hunt Club Drive, Potomac, 
Maryland 20854 Janet M. Nichols. 1184 Jamestown Road 
Apt 33, Williamsburg, Virginia 23185 BS in Physics, 
Physics Departmental Council (4); Physics Rank and 
Tenure Committee (4), Joan B. Nicholson. 9409 Brooke 
Drive, Bethesda, Maryland 20034 Linda D. Noonan. 608 
Clenwood Isle, Alameda, California 94501, BA in Inter- 
national Service and History, French Floor, Campus 
Tours; Pan Ethnon, French Club Gerson Nordlinger III. 
4250 Gait Ocean Drive, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33308, 
BA in Political Science, Eagle, Assistant News Editor (1), 
Pi Sigma Alpha, Deena J. Norman. 210 Whittlesey Road, 
Trenton, New lersey 08618, BA in Elementary Education, 
Jeri E. Norris. 2878 Glenvale Drive, Fairfax, Virginia 
22030. Danny M. Norwood. 4256 Berkshire Avenue, 
Memphis, Tennessee 38128. BA in International Studies 
and Political Science. Omicron Delta Kappa; SIS Faculty 
Relations Committee (2); Intercollegiate Debater (2); 
SIS Faculty Search Committee (2), Pan Ethnon, President 
(2, 3); AU International Week, Chairman (3), Student 
Academic Advisor (3, 4); SIS University Senator, Univer- 
sity Faculty Relations Committee; SIS Cabinet member 
(4); SIS Standing Committee member (4). Helen S. 
Nucci. 248 Vineyard Road, Huntington, New York 11743. 
BA in Sociology. Alpha Chi Omega, Assistant Pledge 
Mistress (3), Lyre Editor (4). RHA Representative (2); 
Letts Hall Dormitory Council (3, 4), Letts Hall Ori- 
entation Chairman (3); Letts Hall President (4); RHA 
Council (4); Floor President (2); Spiritual Lite Council 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Young Democrats (1). Gary K. Nurenberg. 
Box 152, Lydonville, Vermont 05851. Shelia K. Nyren. 129 
Schlich Street, Yarralumla Canberra, Australia BA in 
American Government. Coffeehouse; Theatre Michael 
P. Ochsman. 1785 Redwood Terrace N.W,, Washington, 
DC. 20012 Ann F. Clin. 40 Bonita Vista Road, Mount 
Vernon, New York 10552 Brian G. O'Neill. 106 Deep 
Dene Road, Villanova, Pennsylvania 19085. BSBA in Real 
Estate and Personnel Alpha Tau Omega, Secretary (3), 



Social Chairman (3), Athletic Chairman (2), Best Pledge 
(1), President (4); Soccer (1-4); Golf (2, 3, 4), Captain 
(4); Young Republicans; Intramurals; IFC Delegate (2, 3, 
4). Kevin F. O'Neill. 67 Dianas Trail, Roslyn Estates, New 
York 11576. Maureen E. O'Neill. 6623 Western Avenue, 
Washington, DC, 20015, Jack L. Osborne. 6009 Parkland 
Court #101, District Heights, Maryland 20028 Sharon L. 
Pacltto. 700 South Sixth Street, Vineland, New Jersey 
08360, BA in Elementary Education, Kappa Delta Sorori- 
ty, Assistant Treasurer, Pan Hellenic Council Junior and 
Senior Representative, Vice-President of Pledge Class. 
William E. Packett. 1424 North Nicholas Street, Arling- 
ton, Virginia 22205. Samuel J. Palmer. T1215 Oak Leaf 
Drive, Silver Springs, Maryland 20901 Juan B. Paredes. 
10 Brandywine Street S.E., Washington, DC. 20032. BA 
in Communications. Fencing (3, 4) Laurie B. Parker. 
2525 Batchelder Street, Brooklyn, New York 11235. BA in 
Elementary Education. Sanford J. Parnes. 315 Avenue C, 
New York, New York 10009. BA in Political Science. 
Sophomore Class Senator; SGPA Undergraduate Council 
(4), Stephen W. Parrish. 1600 Montgomery Road, 
Deerfield, Illinois 60015. Alan K. Parver. 34 Corsa Street, 
Dix Hills, New York 11746 BA in Government. Pi Sigma 
Alpha (4); Young Republicans (1). Michael S. Passet. 
1824 Wilson Avenue, North Merrick, New York 11566. 
BA in Political Science. RHA (1, 2, 3). President (2, 3). 
James Patrick. 2 Hickory Drive, Worcester, Massachu- 
setts 01609. BA in Marketing. Carl F. Paulson. 22 Haw- 
thorne, Summit, New Jersey 07901 Henry A. Pawlowski. 
3332 Woodburn Village Drive, Annandale, Virginia 
22003 Carolyn Peace. 2i Montrose Place, Melville, New 
York 11746. Charles A. Peacock. 335 Brock Bridge Road, 
Laurel, Maryland 20810. Matthew M. Pearson. 172 Bay 
Boulevard, Atlantic Beach, New York 11509 BA in Politi- 
cal Science. Dean's List (3); AU Theatre. Alina R. Pedr- 
oso. 3 Meadow Lark Lane, Richmond, Virginia 23228. K. 
E. Peffly. 608 Walker Road, Great Falls, Virginia 22066. 
Josephine C. Pendleton. 4727 Woodway Lane N.W., 
Washington, DC. 20016 Reinaldo M. Perdomo. PO Box 
711 Carmelita, Caracas, Venezuela Avelino Jose D. Per- 
eira. Braga, Portugal. BS in Political Science. Varsity 
Soccer; Dean's List. Linda S. Pergament. 12 Sinclair 
Drive, Great Neck, New York 11024. BA in Education. 
Ronald S. Perlman. 11 Kevin Court, Malverne, New York 
11565. BS in Biology. Phi Kappa Phi; Intramural Basket- 
ball; Intramural Baseball, Jeffrey A. Perper. 4406 Forty- 
eighth Street N,W,, Washington, DC, 20016 BA in 
Psychology, Phi Kappa Phi, President (4); National Hon- 
or Society in Psychology, (3); National Honor Society in 
Biology (4) Sandra K. Perry. 7 Stonewain Court, Tow- 
son, Maryland 21204, BA in History, Kappa Delta, Pan 
Hellenic Council, President (3); Adelphi Panaristi; Mor- 
tar Board. Stuart S. Perry. 39 Hamilton Drive, Roslyn, 
New York 11576. BSBA in Finance. SBA Undergraduate 
Executive Committee (3, 4); Intramurals (1-4); Ski Club. 
Susan L Perry. 3524 Edmunds Street N W,, Washington, 
DC. 20007. Susan M. Pesner. 31 Singer Avenue, Spring 
Valley, New York 10977. BA in Political Science. Alpha 
Chi Omega, Rush Chairman (3), President (4); Diadem 
(3); Pi Sigma Alpha (2, 3, 4); Intramural Volleyball; 
Intramural Basketball (2, 3); SHW (1). Henry S. Peters. 
Karen J. Peterson. 160 Washington Place, Ridgewood, 
New lersey 07450 Rodney L. Peterson. 413 Muddy 
Branch Road, Gaithersburg, Maryland 20760 Patricia M. 
Petinga. 2016 North Adams Street #400, Arlington, Vir- 
ginia 22201 BS in Nursing Co-Chairwoman SON Coun- 
cil (1, 2) Milo P. Petranovich. 225 North Sixth Street, 
Douglas, Wyoming 82633 BA in International Studies 
and Economics. Phi Kappa Phi, Pi Sigma Alpha. Frank A. 
Petro. 363 Broadway, Freehold, New Jersey 07728. Irene 
Petros. 3608 Fulton Street N.W,, Washington, DC. 
20007. BA in Fine Arts. International Week Talent Show; 



Studenl An Show Mary P. Phelan. 3817 Kenilworth 
Drive, Chevy Chase, Maryland 20015. Dan R. Phillips. 
416 North Forty-lhird Street, Seattle, Washington y«103. 
William M. Phillips. Richard N. Pierce. 4)1 Fr.inklin 
street, Wrenthdm, Massachusetts 02093 )ohn Pierre- 
Benuist. 2423 Menokin Drive #102, Alexandria, Virginia 
22302, Susan M. Pitek. RD 2 Box 905 Newton, New 
jersey 07860 Freeman K. Pittman. 1100 Tower Road, 
Winnetka, Illinois 6fflJ')3 BA in History. Soccer (2, 3); 
Utilityman, ARA. Jackson H. Polk. 2615 Frankfort, El 
Paso, Texas. BA in Broadcast lournalism. Howard L. 
Pollinger. 9023 Allenswood Road, Randallstown, Mary- 
land 2113) Mary Ellen Porrazzo. 2 Radnor Court, FHick- 
sville. New York 11801. BA in Communication. Delta 
Gamma, Anchora-Correspondent, FHistorian; Eagle re- 
porter (1), Women In Communication (2, 3, 4,), Presi- 
dent (4); Sigma Delta Chi, Secretary (3), Vice President 
(4); Mortar Board; Pan Ethnon; Department of Commu- 
nications Council; WAMU Broadcaster, Reporter, 
Campus News Director David J. Portuesl. 28402 Glads- 
tone, St. Clair, Maine 48081, Donald R. Postles. 1064 
Winona Boulevard, Rochester, New York 14617. BA in 
Broadcast lournalism. Alpha Tau Omega, Vice President 
(3): WAMU-FM; Sigma Delta Chi, Vice President (3), 
President (4); Intramurals (1, 2, 3, 4); IFC Delegate. 
loseph A. Preli. 1213 North Wayne Street, Arlington, 
Virginia 22201 Susan T. Preston. 116 St. Johns Road, 
Baltimore, Maryland 21210 Arleen S. Price. 208 Paterson 
Avenue, East Rutherford, New Jersey 07073. BA in Ele- 
mentary Education. Alpha Epsilon Phi, Secretary (2), 
Vice President (3), President (4); Pan FHellenic Council, 
President (2); Adelphi Panaristae (3); Diadem (3); Mor- 
tar Board; Talon (1); RHA Representative (3); Varsity 
Cheerleader (3, 4). Ira B. Price. 7240 San Pedro Road, 
lacksonville, Florida 32217. BA in Government. 
McDowall Hall, President (1); RHA Council (1); SGPA 
Council (1, 2); Tavern Board Chairman (3). Kathryn L. 
Pritchard. RD #1, Bangor, Pennsylvania 1801) BA in 
Communications. Sigma Delta Chi Paula Prober. 15 
Council Trail, Wilmington, Delaware 19810 BA in Ele- 
mentary Education. Gamma Theta Nu; Delta Sigma 
Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha; Phi Kappa Phi; Hurst R Ander- 
son Forensics Society. David A. Proch. 105 Surrey Drive, 
DelmonI, Pennsylvania 15626 Marlene E. Pundl. 45 
Newfield Drive, Rochester, New York 14616. BA in 
Elementary Education. German Club (1); Waller Reed 
Program-SAC (2, 3); D.C. Tutoring (3), Hughes- 
McDowell Halloween Party (3, 4) Daniel H. Purnell. 
2106 First Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20001. Ken- 
neth E. Quimby. 12157 Dove Circle, Laurel, Maryland 
20810 Robert L. Rabe. 7013 Mason Street, District 
Heights, Maryland 20028 Victoria L. Rahall. 703 Wood- 
lawn Avenue, Beckley, West Virginia 25801. BS in Nurs- 
ing. Alpha Chi Omega; Campus Crusade for Christ Jane 
P. Raskin. 817 Ridgewood Road 1 Millhurn, New lersey 
07041. BA in History/Religion. Ronnie R. Rasmussen. 
14829 Snethwick Place, Centreville, Virginia 22020. 
Francis S. Reali. 8613 Camden Street, Alexandria, Vir- 
ginia 22308. BA in History. Lynne A. Reamer. 11200 
Evans Trail, Beltsville, Maryland 20705. Jean C. Reese. 
4610 Roland Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 21210. Tim- 
othy T. Reese. 77 NorthmonI Street, Greensburg, Penn- 
sylvania 15601 Randy S. Rehr. 10250 S.W. Sixty-second 
Avenue, Miami, Florida 33156. BSBA in Accounting. 
Ginger C. Reich. 8 Hampton Road, Scarsdale, New York 
1058) Gordon E. Reid. 2806 Weisman Road, Wheaton, 
Maryland 20902 Fred P. Reimer. 5 Gavin Road, West 
Orange, New lersey 07052. Carol M. Remer. 5217 Gar- 
field Avenue, Pennsauken, New jersey 08109. BSBA in 
Government. Hillel (1); Pan Ethnon (2, 3); Board of 
Elections (3, 4) Gloria |. Riccobono. 7501 Seventeenth 
Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11214. BSBA in Marketing 



Doris L. Rich. 231 1 Connecticut Avenue N.W., Washing- 
ton, DC. BA in International Service. Dianne M. Rich- 
ards. 25208 Woodfield Road, Damascus, Maryland 
20750. BS in Nursing. Student Government, Health and 
Welfare (1, 2); DC Nursing Association (DCSNA). Allen 

B. Richon. Route 2, Box 157, Edenlon, North Carolina 
27932 Richard E. Riddles. 6419 Livingston Road 102, 
Oxon Hill, Maryland 20021. |oanne Riggi. 20 Zoranne 
Drive, East Northport, New York 11731 Edwin I. Riloff. 
1344 Morris Road, Wynnewood, Pennsylvania 190%. 
Mary M. Roach. Box 247, Old Lyme, Connecticut 06371. 
Arlene Robbins. 7211 Park Heights Avenue, Baltimore, 
Maryland 21208, BA in Elementary Education. Kappa 
Delta (2). Walter J. Roberts. 1018 South Frederick 
Street, Arlington, Virginia 22204. William R. Roberts. 
Route 2, Box 411-15, Accokeek, Maryland 20607. Law- 
rence E. Roessel. 63 Lillie Street, Princeton junction. 
New lersey 08550. BA in Political Science Alpha Tau 
Omega; junior Year Abroad — Sophia Llniversity, Tokyo, 
japan; Varsity Natatorial participant, ALI (1, 2), Sophia 
(3). Paula A. Romejko. 5613 Newington Road, Washing- 
ton DC. 20016 loseph P. Romello. 880 Station Avenue, 
Cornwells Heights, Pennsylvania 19020. Stephen M. 
Rose. 8716 Harness Trail, Potomac, Maryland 20854, BS 
in Biology. Tri Beta Biology honor society (4); ALI Pre- 
Med Honor Society (3, 4); Ski Club, secretary (1, 2); 
Intramural basketball (3). Mark A. Rosen. 13 Trager 
Road, Marblehead, Massachusetts 01945 BS in Chem- 
istry. "Fiddler On The Roof" Harriet Rosenbaum. 3415 
Mansfield Road, Falls Church, Virginia 22041. Steven B. 
Rosenbaum. 37 Club Boulevard, West Orange, New 
jersey 07052, BA in Psychology. Alpha Epsilon Pi, pledge 
class treasurer (1); Pre-Med Honor Society (3, 4); Swim 
Team (1, 3, 4); Sailing Club, founder (3), president (3, 4). 
Gary Rosenberg. 38 KinnicutI Road, Worcester, Mas- 
sachusetts 01602 Linda E. Rosenberg. 63 Abernethy 
Drive, Trenton, New jersey. BA in Religion Hillel, A.MI, 
RHA Dorm Committee. Natalee Rosenberg. 41 Hightop 
Lane, lericho. New York 11753. BA in Psychology. Carl S. 
Rosendorf. 167 Winchester Street, Newton, Massachu- 
setts 02161- BA in Political Science. Pi Sigma Alpha, 
national political science honorary; Youth Coalition for 
Muskie ()) Robert R. Rosenfeld. 657 Dettmar Terrace, 
Runnemede, New lersey 08078 BS in Finance. Basket- 
ball (1-4), TCAU: TRICIA Bruce D. Rosenstein. 516 
Wheeler Avenue, Scranton, Pennsylvania. BA in Com- 
munication Eagle; WAMU-AM, musical director. Beth 
lein Rosenthal. 9104 Sixty-eighth Avenue, Forest Hills, 
New York 11375. BS in Marketing Alpha Epsilon Phi, 
rush chairman (1-4). Beth Rosenthal. 525 Latona Ave- 
nue, Trenton, New lersey 08618. Emily C. Rosenthal. 
5310 Moorland Lane, Bethesda, Maryland 20014. Vivian 

C. Rosskamm. 29-45 172nd Street, Flushing, New York 
1135H Mack D. Roth. 7 Slade Avenue, Baltimore, Mary- 
land 21208 Eric P. Rothberg. 1617 Fawn Lane, Hunt- 
ingdon, Virginia 19006. R. Keith Rothberg. 1012 Ham- 
pton Park Drive, St. Louis, Missouri 63117. BA in Eco- 
nomics. Water Polo Club (1); Intramural Sports; Swim- 
ming Team, captain (4). Judy L. Rothgesser. 234 North 
Avenue, Hillside, New jersey 07205. BA in Western 
European Studies. Phi Kappa Phi; Undergraduate Stud- 
ies Committee, SIS (4). |. Chandler Rough. 22 Bales 
Way, Weslfield, New Jersey 07090. Thomas L. Rowc. 737 
Harding Street, New Cumberland, Pennsylvania 17070. 
BA in Design-Art. Design-Layout Editor, American 
Magazine (4); Freshman Basketball (1); Basketball (3, 4). 
Mark A. Ruben. 80 Tristan Lane, Williamsville, New 
York 14221. BA in Political Science. Phi Sigma Alpha 
national political science honor society; Freshman sena- 
tor (1); Sophomore senator (2); Chairman Studenl 
Health and Welfare Committee (2); Student Union 
Board, Commissioner Department of Student Health 



and Welfare (4); Student Relations Committee-Univer- 
sity Senate (3); Intern McCovern for President Com- 
mittee (3); staff member Democratic National Com- 
mittee (3). lane L. Rubenstein. 824 West Fifty-third 
Street, Kansas City, Missouri 64112. BS in Accounting. 
Kappa Delta, pledge president (1); rush chairman (2). 
lanet S. Rubenstein. 90 Birch Lane, Woodmere, New 
York 11578 BA in History. Dean's List (1). Irving M. 
Rubin. 1012 Greenwood Avenue, Trenton, New jersey 
08609. BA in Accounting Paula E. Rubin. 25 Holden 
Road, West Newton, Massachusetts 02165. Sandra C. 
Rubin. 1)) Charlann Circle, Cherry Hill, New jersey 
08003 Raleigh H. Rudnick. 12718 Epping Terrace, Silver 
Spring, Maryland 20906 Robin A. Rudnick. 62 Over- 
brook Drive, Colonia, New lersey 07Oi7. BA in Psy- 
chology DC PIRG lames P. Russo. Route *1, Box 
44A, Midland, Virginia 22728. Susan D. Ruth. 398 
Norma Street, Wyckoff, New Jersey 07481. 
Marjorie A. Rynott. 40)0 Renault Place, Alexandria, Vir- 
ginia 22309 lohn |. Rzewnicki, |r. 4203 Ardmore Place, 
Fairfax, Virginia 22030. Randy L. Safier. 2 Stonehenge 
Circle, Baltimore, Maryland 21208 BSBA in Marketing. 
Eagle (3), Photo Staff; Football Intramurals (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4); Softball Intramurals (3, 4). lanice 
E. Safran. 80 Taylor Drive, Closter, New jersey 07624. 
Mary Graydon Hanger. Nicholas G. Sagan. 2316 Brooks 
Drive, 203, Suitland, Maryland. Lawrence B. Saftler. 130 
Audrey Drive, Lido Beach, New York BA in Sociology. 
|oy R. Salon. 1525 Rockland Street, Reading, Pennsylva- 
nia 19604. BA in Art Education. Pamela |. Salsky. 16 
Crest Road, Emerson, New lersey 07630 |ohn Saporita. 8 
Hibben Place, Upper Monlclair, New lersey 07630 BS in 
Sociology. Mary R. Sartini. 305 East Glendale Avenue, 
Alexandria, Virginia 22301. Mark L. Sarver. 39 Cypress 
Street, Millburn, New jersey 07041. BA in Commu- 
nication. WAMU-FM News; Intramurals Keith L. Satter. 
4 Sue Terrace, Westport, Connecticut 06880. BA in 
History and Communications. Alpha Epsilon Pi; Eagle, 
,\dvertising Manager (3); WAMU News, Director (3). 
Charles P. Saunders. 15 Wilson Avenue. Oakhursi, New 
jersey 07755. BA in Political Science. Intramural Foot- 
ball, Philip W. Savitz. 101 Wordsworth Avenue, Alloona, 
Pennsylvania 16(j02. BA in Political Science. Phi Kappa 
Phi; Pi Sigma Alpha; Intramurals (1, 2, 3, 4); Young 
Democrats Executive Board; Students for McGovern, 
Chairman Francine I. Schaefer. 19 Sunbrook Road. 
Woodbridge, Connecticut 06525. BA in Elementary Edu- 
cation. Orientation Chairman; Fifth Floor Representa- 
tive. Victoria A. Schaeffer. 1712 Reading Boulevard, 
Wyomissing, Pennsylvania 1%10. |ustin A. Schaffer. 3 
Ins Place, Massapequa Park, New York 11762. BA in 
Communications. Penfeather, Photo Editor (1); Ameri- 
can, Photo Editor (2, 3, 4). Lynne M. Schamberg. 60 
Atkins Terrace, East Rutherford, New jersey 07073 BA in 
History Cheerleader (2); Theatre (1) Gail B. Schapiro. 
928 Elberon Avenue, Elberon, New Jersey 07740. Bruce 
H. Scharf. 162-21 Powels Cove Boulevard, Whitestone, 
New York BA in Political Science. Vice President of 
junior Class; Intramural Football; Dean's List Keith A. 
Scheetz. 117 Hughes Avenue, SellersviJIe, Pennsylvania 
18960. BA in Political Science. Pi Sigma Alpha; Phi 
Kappa Phi; Intramural Football (1-4); Softball (1-4), Bas- 
ketball (1-4); Tavern Committee Richard A. Schendell. 3 
Goldsboro Court, Bethesda, Maryland 20034 Richard A. 
Schlesinger. 79 Parkview Drive, Albertson, New York 
11507 Barbara A. Schlitt. 170 Violet Street, Massapequa 
Park, New York 11762. BA in Elementary Education 
ludith A. Schlosser. 5 Cromwell Drive West. Convent. 
New lersey 07961 BSBA in Accounting Kappa Phi. 
Service Chairman and Vice President (1, 2); Dorm Floor 
Vice President (1); Dorm Floor President (2); Dorm 
Court Representative (2) Ellen S. Schnell. 736 Dickens 



Avenue, Franklin Square, New York 11010. BA in Sociol- 
ogy Philip C. Schonberg. 32 Calton Lane, New Roch- 
elle. New York 10804. BA in Communications. Alelta 
Schreiber. 33 Ellers Drive, Chatham, New jersey 07928. 
David H. Schreiber. 219 Old Gulph Road, Wynnewood, 
Pennsylvania 19096. BA in Communications Beta Alpha 
Chapter, President (3, 4); Gamma Theta Nu; Delta 
Sigma Rho (3, 4): WAMU, News reporter (1); member 
"Creative Interpreters" (2); Hurst R. Anderson Forensic 
Society (3, 4). Donald C. Schrum. 4210 Ardmore Place, 
Fairfax, Virginia 22030 Ann G. Schwartz. 3426 Filth 
Street, Oceanside, New York 11572 BS in Biology. Pre- 
Med Honor Society Lynn E. Schwartz. 17 Holiday Drive, 
Williston Park, New York 115% BA in Psychology Paul 
A. Schwartz. 1390 River Road, Teaneck, New jersey 
07666. BA in Political Science. Eagle (1, 3, 4), Sports 
Editor (2); WAMU (1); Omicron Delta Kappa (3, 4), Pi 
Sigma Alpha (4), Student Senate (3, 4); Outstanding 
Senator (3); RHA President (3, 4): Varsity Baseball, Man- 
ager (1-4), Varsity Basketball, Manager (1-4); Football, 
Statistician (2, 3); Pan Ethnon (2, 3, 4), SGPA Student 
Advisor (4); University Senate Committee on Athletics 
(2, 3, 4); Stafford H Cassell Award. Robert M. Schwartz. 
8305 Fifth Avenue, North Bergen, New jersey. BA in 
Government. Pi Sigma Alpha. Susan C. Schwartz. 90 
Greenwood Street, Newton, Massachusetts 02159. Sid- 
ney M. Schwartzberg. 14 Kensington Road, Ardsley, 
New York 10502 BA in Psychology. Freshman Senator; 
Sophomore Class President; Co-Chairman Viet Nam 
Moratorium Committee (1); Coffee House (2) George 
A. Scola. 819 janos Lane, West Hampstead, New York 
11552. Jeffrey S. Scott. Box 5893, Bethesda, Maryland 
20014. BS in Management of Technology. )ohn C. Scott. 
6002 Welborn Drive, Washington, DC. 20016 BA in 
Interdisciplinary Studies. Talon (4). Cynthia A. Scotto. 
137-50 70 Road, Kew Garden Hills, New York 11367. BA 
in History and Education. Robert F. Scuka. 506 North 
Pollard Street #2, Arlington, Virginia 22203. Christopher 
I. Scully. Mam Street, Sparrowsuch, New York 12280. 
Bruce G. Seader. 1769 Andrea Road, East Meadow, New 
York 11554. BS in Biology. Pre-Med Honor Society; 
Intramural Basketball (1-4); Intramural Softball (1-4); 
Intramural Football (1-4); Hillel. Howard |. Sedran. 289 
Prince Avenue, Freeport, New York 11520. BA in Psy- 
chology. Kristen L. Segebarth. 3873 Eckhardt Road, 
Hamburg, New York 14075, Joseph M. Seiffert. 3713 
Trigger Court, Alexandria, Virginia 22310. Jay S. Seltzer. 
1 Kensington Gate, Great Neck, New York James N. 
Sessler. Boston Post Road, Amherst, New Hampshire 
03031. Sally S. Sessler. 1712 Reading Boulevard, Wyo- 
missing, Pennsylvania l%ia Dale R. Shaffer. 140 Cool- 
idge Avenue, Long Beach, New York 11561. BA in 
Psychology. Richard A. Shaner. 12117 Augusta Drive, 
Glenn Dale, Maryland 20769. Patricia Shannon. 5055 
Seminary Road #902, Alexandria, Virginia 22311. Robert 
A. Shapiro. 8452 North Harding Avenue, Skokie, Illinois 
60076. Kinsman-Hurst Award. Cynthia M. Sharp. 3316 
South Twyckenham, South Bend, Indiana 46614. BS in 
Nursing. Delta Gamma, House Representative. Susan D. 
Sharp. 6405 East Halbert Road, Bethesda, Maryland 
60034. Bain Art. Elizabeth L. Shaw. 22 Loudon Heights 
North. Loudonville, New York 12211. BA in Govern- 
ment. Kappa Phi (1); Coffee House (2); Theatre (2). 
Marilyn A. Sheeler. 748 West Valley Road, Wayne, 
Pennsylvania 19087. Susan D. Sheffield. 7 Bridgepoint 
Road RD 2, Belle Meade, New jersey 08502. Ann R. 
Sherman. 1111 Arlington Boulevard M-109, Arlington, 
Virginia 22209. Jeremy P. Sherman. 445 Sheridan Road, 
Highland Park, Illinois 60035. Michael A. Sherman. 12 
Harvard Circle, Needham, Massachusetts 02194 Phyllis 
C. Sherman. 1012 South Quebec Street #12, Arlington, 
Virginia 22204. BA in International Studies. Pi Alpha 



Sigma; Dean's List (3); AU Wind Ensemble (3, 4). Robert 
J. Sherman. 2782 Covered Bridge Road, Merrick, New 
York 11566. B5 in Biology Varsity Tennis (1, 2) Winston 
S. Sherman. 3700 Ninth Street S.E, Washington, DC 
20032. Susan Sherwood. 99 Bellewood Avenue, Dobbs 
Ferry, New York 10522. BA in Political Science. Field 
Hockey (1, 3, 4); Volleyball (4); Basketball (1-4). Janis A. 
Shilling. 120 Avis Avenue, Lakewood, New jersey 08700 
Edda M. Shiner. 184A Agawam Drive, Stratford, Con- 
necticut 06497 BA in Sociology. Talon (1, 2, 3). Judith 
H. Shipowitz. 2921 Kanawha Street, N W,, Washington, 
DC 20015 Susan B. Shirk. 5701 Brookside Drive, Beth- 
esda, Maryland 20015. Edward L. Shore. 336 Olney 
Street, Providence, Rhode Island 02906. BSBA in Urban 
Development Rugby (2, 3, 4), Intramurals, TCAU Wil- 
liam M. Short. 25-A Woodmere West Apartments, Pe- 
tersburg, Virginia 23803. Jon Showalter. 1963 Rosemary 
Hills Drive, Silver Spring, Maryland Stephen G. Shub. 16 
Horseguard Lane, Scarsdale, New York 10583. BA in 
Psychology. Intramurals Miles F. Shulman. 5605 Ever- 
hurst Road, Baltimore, Maryland 21209. BS in Political 
Science. Assistant to Councilman Stark, Baltimore City 
Hall; Equal Employment Opportunity for Minority 
groups; Insurance Compliance Staff, Social Security Ad- 
ministration Elizabeth H. Sibolski. 138 Hallmark Drive 
Box 94, Dunkirk, Maryland 20754. BA in Political Sci- 
ence. Pi Sigma Alpha, Mortar Board, Washington Area 
Study Project (1); Faculty Women's Club Award. Ilene 
S. Siegel. 263-21 Fifty eighth Avenue, Little Neck, New 
York 11362. BA in Elementary Education and Psychology 
Dean's List Warren J. Siegel. 14 Lakeview Drive, West 
Orange, New Jersey 07052 BA m Political Science. Ward 
Circular (1, 2); Eagle (1-4), Pi Sigma Alpha; Intramural 
Basketball (1-4); Employed by Senator Humphrey (3) 
Katherine B. Siems. 5200 West Kingston Court, N E , 
Atlanta, George 30342. BA in Psychology Stuart J. Sigel. 
442 Fern Street, West Hartford, Connecticut 06107. BS in 
Computer Systems. Con D. Silard, Jr. 8427 Crandhaven 
Avenue, Marlton, Maryland 20870. James D. Silver. 949 
Dedham Street, Newton Center, Massachusetts 02159. 
BA in History. WAMU (4) Linda J. Simpson. 609 Ed- 
monston Drive, Rockville, Maryland 20851. BS in Nurs- 
ing SC (4); SON Council, Treasurer, Co-Chairman (4), 
University Senate (3, 4). Raina M. Sinclair. 6018 West- 
chester Park Drive, College Park, Maryland 20740. Amy 
E. Singer. 15 Cold Spring Road, Barrington, Rhode Island 
02806. Arlene 8. Singer. 406 Sherman Avenue, Deal 
Park, New jersey 07723 BA in Psychology Bossie S. 
Singleton. 5604 Reed Street, Fairmont Park, Maryland 
20027. BA in Literature. Peter J. Skiba, Jr. 3452 Terrace 
Court #1114, Alexandria, Virginia 22302, John J. Skin- 
ner, Jr. 3571 South Stafford #1, Arlington, Virginia 
22206. Alfred J. Sklarew. 2103 Seneca Drive, Merrick, 
New York 11566 BA in Sociology. Varsity Tennis (1, 2). 
Debra A. Skopczynski. 26114 Lila Lane, Dearborn 
Heights, Michigan 48127. BA in Political Science. SC 
Secretary (4); College Republican, Secretary (2, 3); 
Treasurer (4); Board of Elections (2, 3, 4); Inter-Club 
Council (4), David W. Slaby. 6004 Harvard Avenue, Glen 
Echo, Maryland 20768. BSBA in Urban Development. Phi 
Kappa Phi (4), Undergraduate Student Association SBA, 
President and Vice President; Soccer (3); University 
Senate (4), Rho Epsilon (3, 4); SC Assemblyman (4); 
Omicron Delta Kappa) Who's Who; Varsity Golf; C. C. 
Glover Award. Thomas A. Slack. 4108 Clendale Road, 
Woodbridge, Virginia 22191 Ralph L. Slawson. 2302 
William and Mary Drive, Alexandria, Virginia 22108, 
Marsha L. Sloan. 701 East Matson Run Parkway, Wil- 
mington, Delaware 19803. BS in Sociology. Laura L. 
Slobey. 1806 Birch Road, McLean, Virginia 22101 Jane 
Sloven. 80 Roxen Road, Rockville Center, New York 
11570. BA in Literature. Stephen J. Sluznis. 5 Wagner 



Street, Binghamton, New York 13904. Alvin J. Smith. 
5635 Inverchapel Road, Springfield, Virginia 22151 BS in 
Law Enforcement Antoinette L. Smith. 605 South 
Twenty-ninth Street, Arlington, Virginia. Arthur R. 
Smith. 6407 Fortieth Avenue. Hyattsville, Maryland 
20782 David A. Smith, Jr. 8511 Cyrus Place, Alexandria, 
Virginia 22308 David J. Smith. 1613 Harvard Street, 
N.W., Washington, DC 20009 Diane C. Smith. 1346 
Franklin Street N E., Washington DC. Geri L. Smith. 2 
Saddlebrook Court, Silver Spring, Maryland 20906, BSBA 
in Marketing. Elections Board (1, 2), RHA Council (1, 2, 
3); Dorm Floor President (2, 3) Laura G. Smith. 166 25 
Powells Cove, Beechhurst, New York 11357. Nancy E. 
Smith. 7201 Dulany Drive, McLean, Virginia 22101 Phil- 
lip L. Smith. 4686A South Thirty-sixth Street, Arlington, 
Virginia 22206 Scott R. Smith. 101 East Bolls Mill Road, 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118. BA in Psychology. 
Wilbert Smith. 528 Quackenbos Street N.W., Washing- 
ton, DC 20011 Gerald M. Smolen. 96 Lobdell Drive, 
Stratford, Connecticut 06497. Andrea E. Snyder. 1 Mil- 
burn Street, Rockville Centre, New York 11570. BS in 
Physical Education. Varsity Volleyball (1); Dance 
Theatre (2, 3, 4). Sharon L Snyder. 227 Maine Avenue, 
Cherry Hill, New jersey 08034. BA in Russian Area 
Studies Kappa Delta (2, 3, 4). Jung Y. Sohn. 3523 Slade 
Run Drive, Falls Church, Virginia 22042. Marian J. Sol- 
tzer. 48 Brewster Road, Scarsdale, New York 10583. 
Elliot B. Sommer. 31 Creenmeadow Lane, Huntington, 
New York 11747 BS in Anthropology Football Club (2, 
3); Anthropology Departmental Council (3, 4); EPC (3, 
4) Jeffrey D. Sommer. 259 Glenn Avenue, Trenton, 
New jersey 08638. BSBA in Real Estate and Urban De- 
velopment Intramural Football (1-4), Intramural Basket- 
ball (1-4); Intramural Softball (1-4); Real Estate Frater- 
nity. David Sonner. 2937 Clubhouse Road, Merrick, New 
York 11566 BA in Elementary Education. Alice Jean 
Sorkowitz. 2910 North Greenbrier Street, Arlington, Vir- 
ginia 22207 William I. Spalding. 5267 Nebraska Avenue 
N.W , Washington, DC. 20015. Waller W. Speakman, Jr. 
Belmont Hall, Smyrna, Delaware 19977. Carol Speclor. 
316 West Twenty-second Street, Chester, Pennsylvania 
19013. BA in Communication. Lynne M. Spector. 14 
Swan Road, Livingston, New lersey 07039. Lucy I. Spie- 
gel. 209 Palliser Street. Johnstown, Pennsylvania 15905. 
Gary M. Spiegler. 5 Pumpkin Hill, Westport, Con- 
necticut 06880. BSBA in Accounting. Wrestling (1, 2, 3); 
Football (2, 3, 4) Barbara M. Spike. 1420 Wister Drive, 
Wyncote, Pennsylvania 19095 BA in Elementary Educa- 
tion. Robert D. Spindel. 10 Lee Court, Maplewood, New 
lersey 07040, Marcy E. Spivack. 32 Orange Drive, Je- 
richo, New York 11753. BSBA in Personnel. Christin K. 
Springet. 1223 Ridge Road, Munster. Indiana 46321. Mi- 
chael J. Stanton. 5631 Western Avenue N.W., Washing- 
ton, DC. 20015 Mary E. Stavrou. 42 Attorney Street, 
Hempstead, New York 11550. BA in Philosophy and 
International Relations. Student Representative Depart- 
ment of Philosophy and Religion (3); Diplomatic Pouch, 
Features Editor (2) Mitchell H. Stein. 418 Glenway 
Road, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118 Robert L. Stein- 
berg. 2845 Parkway Boulevard, Allentown, Pennsylvania 
18104. BS in Business Reynold F. Stelloh III. 7112 jay- 
hawk Street, Annandale, Virginia 22003 Laurence M. 
Stern. 9 Grandview Avenue, Nanuet, New York 1(3954. 
BA iri Political Science Alpha Epsilon Pi, Sigma Pi 
Chapter, Rush Chairman (2). Pi Sigma Alpha (4); SGPA 
Undergraduate Council (1); Bnai Brith; Hillel (1, 2, 3, 4), 
President (3, 4); Association of Student Government 
National Convention (2); United Jewish Appeal Student 
Coordinating Committee, AU Chairman (3). Stuart A. 
Stern. Box 323, Broadway Road, Lutherville, Maryland 
21093. BA in American Studies. Samuel S. Stetson. RD 
#1, Concord, New Hampshire 03.)01. BS in Political 



Science, Omicron Kappa; Ski Club (2, 3, 4): SGPA 
Student-Faculty Curriculum Committee Ellen M. Stew- 
art. !0 Anvil Millway, Ontario, Canada, Geoffrey T. 
Stewart. 15 Cushman, Plymouth, Massachusetts ()2!60, 
Katharine L. Stierhoff. I'lOl Malvern Avenue, Baltimore, 
Maryland 21.'(M Cheryl C. Still. S7(M New Hampshire 
Avenue, N,E , Washmston, DC, 2(X)11. Stephen |. Still- 
well. 4540 Macarthur Boulevard, N.W,, Washington, 
DC. 2{XX)7. Warren E. Stoller. >i Dillon Drive, Law- 
rence, New York 11559 Terry B. Stomel. 307 Cherry Hill 
Boulevard, Cherry Hill, New lersey 08034. BA in Political 
Science. Intramural Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4); DC. PIRG Co- 
Coordinator, AU Chapter; justice on Academic Court. 
Joseph A. Stone. 1282 George, U. City, Missouri 63130 
BA in International Relations. Delta Sigma Rho (3); 
Forensic Club, Vice President (4); Gamma Theta Nu; 
Delta Sigma Rho (3). Loren D. Stone. 24 Nassau Drive, 
New Hyde Park, New York 11040 BA in Literature. 
Barbara A. Stoneman. i521 Glenbrook Road, Fairfax, 
Virginia 2203O William D. Stoneman. 6803 Landor Lane, 
Springfield, Virginia 22152. William G. Stonis. 7777 
Maple Avenue, #911, Takoma Park, Maryland 20012. 
Leslie |. Storm. 2131 Spring Garden Street, Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania 191.30. BA in Communications Joseph D. 
Stratton. 3907 Lake Boulevard, Annandale, Virginia 
22003. Amy J. Strassmeyer. 707 Continental Circle, 
Mountain View, California 94040. John V. Streeter. 700 
Braxton Place, Alexandria, Virginia 22301 Jeffrey E. 
Strum. 2020 O Street, N.W., Washington, DC. 20036. 
Margaret W. Studt. 3818 lenifer Street, N.W., Washing- 
ton, nC 2tX)l5 Warren E. Stuller. 22 Dillon Drive, 
Lawrence, New York 11559. BA in Political Science. 
Freshman Class Treasurer (1); Tavern lanitor (2); WAMLI 
Disc-jockey (4). Richard B. Stup. 6721 Fairfax Road, 
Chevy Chase, Maryland 2(Xn5. BA in Political Science. 
Volunteer Tutor (2, 3, 4); Food Services Committee (2); 
Social Action Council (2); Committee on Student Affairs 
(3); KPU Board (3); Social Action Council, Chairman (3, 
4); Student Union Board (4); Commissioner of Depart- 
ment ol Community Affairs. National Student Register 
William C. Summer. 11 Meadowlawn Drive, 19, Mentor, 
Ohio 44060. BA in Political Science. Alpha Sigma Phi, 
President (3), Vice President [2); Sailing Club; Ski Club, 
Inter-fraternity Council, Vice-President. Denise R. Sum- 
ner. 3039 Macomb Street N.W., Washington, DC. 2(XX)8. 
BS in Nursing. Class Representative to School of Nurs- 
ing Council (1, 2). Mitchell S. Sussman. 7 Flagstaff Place, 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19115. BA in Commu- 
nication. WAMU Music Director (1, 2); Eagle, Contrib- 
uting Writer (1. 2); Record Coop Manager (4). William 
R. Sweeney, Jr. 39 Eastwood Road, Shrewsbury, Mas- 
sachusetts 01545. BA in Political Science Ward Circular, 
Editor (3), Pi Sigma Alpha (3, 4). Meredith K. Sykes. 1 194 
Phoenix Avenue, Schenectady, New York 12.308. BA in 
journalism. Eagle, (1, 2, 3, 4), Arts Editor, Senior Report- 
er; RHA Representative (1); Association Media Commis- 
sion, (1, 2, 3, 4). Craig L. Sylvester. 1774 Hillside Drive, 
Cherry Hill, New Jersey 08003. BA in International Stud- 
ies. Alpha Tau Omega (1, 2|; Phi Kappa Phi Barbara O. 
Taff. Hallie Fay R. Tager. 1204 Belmeade Drive, 
Champaign. Illinois 61820. Barbara L. Taibi. 142 Daisy 
Farms Drive, New Rochelle, New York 108(M. Francis P. 
Tam. 4949 Crescent Street, Chevy Chase, Maryland 
2(X)16 Gail M. Tannebaum. 103 Vernon Drive, Scarsdale, 
New York 10583. BA in Psychology Sophomore Class 
Treasurer (2); SA Delegate (1, 2); Floor President (1, 2, 
i): Intramurals: Volleyball, Softball, Basketball (1, 2, 3, 
4) Wayne M. Tasens. %5 Washington Avenue, Plain- 
view, New York 11803. BA in English. Eagle, (1, 2); 
American (1, 2); WAMU (1, 2). Uranio F. Tauter. 11669 
Charter Oak Court, #202, Reston, Virginia. BA in Inter- 
national Studies. George T. Taylor. 104 Gardy Place, 



New Castle, Delaware 19720. BA in Political Science 
Herbert S. Taylor. 4221 Fourth Street, N.W., Washing- 
ton, DC. 20011 Maria Luzia Teixeira. Upper Union 
Street, West Peterborough, New Hampshire 03468. BA 
in Language Area Studies. Keith E. Temple. Route 1, Box 
589, Accokeek, Maryland 20607. Francine D. Teneyck. 
2708 Fourth Street, N.W., Washington, DC. 20002. Wal- 
ter H. Thaxton, II. 5406-250 Roanoke Avenue, Alexan- 
dria, Virginia 22311. James L. Thomas. 924 Ware Street, 
Vienna, Virginia 22180 Karen A. Thomas. 6 Bel-Pre 
Court, Rockville, Maryland 20853 Norman P. Thomas. 
7003 Skyles Way, Apt. 203, Springfield, Virginia. BSBA in 
Accounting. Christopher Thompson. 9204 Sprucewood 
Road, Burke, Virginia 22015. Janet R. Thompson. 1613 
Harvard Street, N.W., Washington, DC 2000'*. Michael 
I. Tievy. 91 19 Manchester Road, Silver Spring, Maryland 
20901 Richard E. Tilley. 83IH Nichols.Ki Street, New 
Carrolltun, Maryland 20784. Susan L. Timm. 1323 South 
Boulevard, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18017. BA in Eco- 
nomics and Southeast Asian Studies. Gamma Sigma 
Sigma, Publicity Co-Chairman (1, 2), Treasurer (J); 
Young Republicans (1); CIRUNA (2). William T. Tippet, 
III. 1003 Viers Mill Road, Rockville, Maryland 20851 
Elizabeth C. Trainor. 20 Franklin Place, Kearny, New 
lersey 07032. BS in Physical Education. Varsity Field 
Hockey Team (2, 3, 4,), Captain (4); Varsity Basketball 
(2, 3); Varsity Cheerleader (3, 4), Captain (3, 4). Nathan 
J. Treinish. 6303 Stoneham Road, Bethesda, Maryland 
BA in Political Science. Pi Sigma Alpha (4); AU Students 
for McGovern, Coordinator, (3, 4); AU Hillel, AU Young 
Democrats, Vice President (2) Edward R. Treuting. 9 
Little John Road, Morris Plains, New jersey 07950 BA in 
International Studies. Henry L. Trevathan. Route 2, Box 
2338, Laplata, Maryland 20646 Stephen A. Trigonoplos. 
3615 Isbell Street, Wheaton, Maryland 20906. BA in 
Government. Donald L. Tripp. 23 Vincent Drive, Mid- 
dletown. New York 10940. BSBA in Accounting. SBA 
Newsletter, Editor (3); SBA Student Association, Presi- 
dent (4); SBA Faculty-Student Council (3, 4); University 
Senate (3) Michael G. Troop. 7004 Wells Parkway, 
Hyattsville, Maryland 20782 Barry E. Truchil. 158 May- 
time Drive, Jericho, New York 11753. BA in Sociology 
Phi Kappa Phi; American (3); Sociology Department 
Council (3, 4); Intramurals (1, 2, 3, 4). Jane S. Turkel. 7 
Burgess Road, Scarsdale, New York 10583 BS in Art. 
Nancy L. Tworoger. 2 East Boulevard, Gloversville, New 
York 12078 Peter D. Uberto. 625 Ratzer Road, Wayne, 
New lersey 07470. Helen C. Urquhart. 117 Hesketh 
Street, Chevy Chase, Maryland 20015 BA in Literature. 
Eagle (1), Pan Ethnon (1, 2, 3); French Club (1). Esther R. 
Usherson. 6851 Roswell Road, N.E., 127, Atlanta, 
Georgia 30328 Harry V. Vacek. 86 Gardner Avenue, 
Hicksville, New York 11801. BS in Biology. Tri Beta (4); 
Intramural Softball (2, 4); Intramural Basketball (1, 2); 
Intramural Volleyball (1, 2); Vice President of Seventh 
Floor (2); RHA Representative (1); McDowell Dorm 
Court justice (4). Laura F. Valicenti. 1001 SW Fourth 
Terrace, Hallandale, Florida. BA in Elementary Educa- 
tion Committee on Undergraduate Affairs (4); Elemen- 
tary Representative for Education Department (4). Gret- 
chen Van De Weghe. RD #1, Stockton, New jersey 
08559. Franklin E. Vandergrift. 15570 Peach Walker 
Drive, Bowie, Maryland 20715. Karen Van Elkan. 8 Cot- 
tage Terrace, Livingston, New lersey BA in History. 
Hillel (1, 2, 3, 4); Associated Movement for Israel (2, 3); 
Jewish Identity Project (4), Pan Ethnon (3). Arie B. 
Venema. 2001 Douglas Street, N.E., Washington, DC 
20018. BA in Mathematics. University Chorale; Univer- 
sity Singers. Lois Vermillion. 4(X17 Seventy-third Street, 
Landover Hills, Maryland 20784 Mary J. Vlachos. 163 
Duddington Place, S.E., Washington, DC. 20003. Eric R. 
Vonboslel. 65(Xi Seventy-eighth Street, Bethesda, Mary- 



land 20034. Lolita T. Vowels. 1404 Forty-second Place, 
S E , Washington, DC 20020. Alan M. Wachman. 605 
East Fourteenth Street, New York City, New York 10(X)9. 
BS in Psychology. Alpha Epsilon Pi; Psi Chi Karin E. 
Wade. 36 Dogwood Lane, Dillsburg, Pennsylvania 
17019 Leah B. Wadle. 1419 Celesta Court, Vienna, Vir- 
ginia 22180 Michael K. Wager. 2371 Green Road, 
Beachwood, Ohio 44121 BA in Political Science Her- 
bert L. Wahler. 4818 Topping Road, Rockville, Maryland 
20852 Honey Waldman. 3221 Connecticut Avenue, 
N.W., Washington, DC 2aX)8 Joan M. Walk. 7100 
Oakridge Avenue, Chevy Chase, Maryland 2(X)15. BA in 
Elementary Education Gamma Sigma Sigma (3); Dorm 
Council (4) Charles D. Walker. 13 Meadowbrook Road, 
Chatham, New jersey 07928 Kenneth J. Walker, Jr. 820 
South Arlington Mill Drive #2, Arlington, Virginia 
22204. Thelma C. Waller. 5517 Helmont Drive, Oxon 
Hill, Maryland 2(X)21 BS in General Studies. Edmund P. 
Walsh. 5734 Backlick Road. #T-3, Springfield, Virginia 
22150 Frederick H. Walzel. 10824 Livingston Road. S.E., 
Oxon Hill, Maryland 20022. Catherine A. Warner. 9602 
Wadsworth Drive, Bethesda, Maryland 2fX)34 Victoria J. 
Warner. Jean R. Warnke. 5037 Garfield Street, N W., 
Washington, DC. 20016. Kermit A. Washington. 6 
Country Side Court, Silver Spring, Maryland 20904. Bas- 
ketball (1-4); Bruce Hughes Award. William S. Waters. 
112(X) Lockwood Drive #901, Silver Spring, Maryland 
20901 Vincent G. Watkins. 402 Yeonas Drive SW., 
Vienna, Virginia 22180 Barbara E. Way. 34 Shirley Court, 
Commack, New York 11725. BA in Music. Mortar Board. 
Stephen J. Wayne. 23 Sun Valley Way, Morris Plains, 
New lersey 07950. Sharon Weber. 2306 Ocean Avenue, 
Brooklyn, New York 11229 Kenneth B. Weckslein. 3709 
East Forty-third Place, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74135, BA in 
Political Science. John A. Wehner. 7115 Cabot Street, 
District Heights, Maryland 2tX)28. Diane Weinberg. 10 
Hearth Road, Levittown, Pennsylvania 19056 BA in Psy- 
chology. ACLU (4); Project Head Start (3); Community 
Mental Health Clinic (4). Linda J. Weiner. 4 Evelyn 
Court, Maplewood, New jersey 07040. BA in Psy- 
chology. Psi Chi. Roberta L Weiner. 309 Eighteenth 
Avenue, Paterson, New jersey 07504. Helen E. Weins- 
tein. 1909 East West Highway, Silver Spring. Maryland 
20910 BA in Economics. Varsity Bowling Team (4). 
Andrea L. Weiss. 102 South Cirus Avenue, Clearwater, 
Florida 33515. Shelley C. Weiss. 1107 Fanshawp Street, 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19111 Karen M. Weitzel. 67 
Franklin Lane, Quakertown, Pennsylvania 18951 BA in 
Communications Phi Kappa Phi (4); Sigma Delta Chi, 
Treasurer (3, 4), Andrew J. Welebir. ir>08 North 27th 
Street, Arlington, Virginia 22207 Susan M. Wershba. 26 
Shorewood Drive, Sands Point, New York 11050, BSBA 
in Marketing Brian W. Wertheim. 7 Stuart Drive, East, 
Glen Cove, New York 11542, BA in Government, Phi 
Sigma Alpha, Phi Kappa Phi; Baseball (I); Social Action 
Council; Association Media Commission, Meir J. West- 
reich. 5320 Twenty-ninth Street, N.W., Washington, DC 
20015. Karl R. Wexler. 7 Meadowbrook Lane, Monsey, 
New York 10952. BA in Urban Development. Alpha 
Epsilon Phi (3); AU Singers; Assistant Intramural Direc- 
tor; WAMU; Baseball (2). Jackie L White. 7N186 Glen 
Road. Medinah, Illinois 60157. BA in Literature. Nancy 
Lee White 350 Green Lane, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
19128. BS in Interior Design and BA in American Stud- 
ies. Kappa Delta, Treasurer (2), Social Chairman (3,4); 
Diadem (3); Mortar Board, Tennis (2); American Studies 
Committee Margaret A. Whitman. 269 South Avenue, 
Glencoe, Illinois 60022 James E. Whyte. 1323 Allison 
Street, N.W., Washington, DC. 20011 Lisa Widelitz. 72 
Chadwick Drive, Charleston, South Carolina 29409 BA 
Elementary Education. Kappa Delta, Treasurer (4) Rob- 
ert A. Widferich. 7913 Kentbury Drive, Bethesda, Mary- 



land 2(X)14, Cliflord J. Wilce. 1S(W LiIjc I5rive. Sd'isburv. 
Maryland 21801, Deborah Wilchek. Valley 
Stream Gardens. Denville, New jersey (I7H!4. Mary C. 
Wilcosky. 24 South Emerick Street. Shenandoah, Penn- 
sylvania 17976. BA in Art History Kussun Club. Secre- 
tary-Treasurer [l.i). David M. Wildberger. 1279 Limit 
Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 2tX)lf>. BA in Literature. 
A pha Phi Omega. Historian (1.2). Publicity and Service 
Chairman (4); WAMU (1.2. i,4): Pan Ethnon (1,2,3,4), 
Recording Secretary (3), Young Democrats (1,2); "A Cry 
of Players" (4). Mindy E. Wildstein. 2S01 South Ocean 
Drive, 1626, Hollywood, Florida 33020, Diane I. Wilen. 
74 !9 Prince George Road, Baltimore, Maryland 21208 
B\ in Economics, Tassels (2); Phi Beta Phi Deirdre A. 
Williams. 5407 Macbeth Street. Cheverly, Maryland 
20784 BA in Pyschology. Psi Chi Diane Williams. 3460 
rhirtv-ninth Street, Washington, DC 2(X)16, Lynn K. 
Williams. 5713 Roosevelt Street, Bethesda, Maryland 
20034 BA in Literature. Peace Through Nonviolent Ac- 
tion: Student Mobilization Committee: Women's Liber- 
ation: Alternative Lifestyles Group. Nella T. Williams. 
11315 Newport Mil' Road. Silver Spring, Maryland 20902. 
BA in Psychology. Frank Willis. 713 lolly Lane, Oxon 
Hill. Maryland 20021 Harold E. Wills. 149 Summit Ave- 
nue, Hagerstown. Maryland 21740 ). Thomas Wilson, 
III. 4842 Kenmore Avenue. Alexandria, Virginia 22304 
BA in Polilica Science. Zeta Beta Tau. Rush Chairman 
(11: Young Democrats John M. Wilson. 65 North Mam 
Street. Norwood, New York 13668 BA in Political Sci- 



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(1.2.3.4) Frank L. Wilucki. 1041 Nelson Avenue. Brack- 
enridge. Pennsylvania 15014. Steven J. Wolfert. 79 Hay- 
loft Lane. Roslyn Heights, New York 11577. BA in Eco- 
nomics Marc R. Wolff. 16 Sweetwood Court, Parsip- 
pany. New Jersey 07054. BA in Political Science, Coor- 
dinator of ALI Students lor McGovern. Hillel Karen A. 
Wood. 329 Bank Street, Sewickley, Pennsylvania 15143 
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Hill, Maryland 20021, Thomas R. Woodrell. 14633 Lilda 
Drive, Cenlreville, Virginia 22020 William T. Woolford. 
4600 South Four Mile Run, Arlington, Virginia. Patricia 
A. Worcester. 7450 Fourth Avenue, Melrose Park, Penn- 
sylvania 19126 BA in History Hotline; Swimming; Soft- 
ball lames A. Wright. 3110 Mt Vernon Avenue, 107, 
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Avenue, Atlantic High, New lersey 07716. Leslie G. 
Wurzel. 12 Dwyer Road, Wayne, New lersey 07470. BA 
in Communications. Robert G. Xides. 408 Simpson- 
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New lersey 07052. BS in Computer Systems Phi Sigma 
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Pennsylvania 17033. Lorrie M. Yudin. 3 Manor Drive. 
Belhpage, New York 11714 BA in Education Floor 
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North New Haven Avenue, Venlnor, New lersey 08406. 
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Zanville. 4 Anihersl Road, Hicksville, New York 11801. 
Carolyn H. Zearfoss. 8218 Wesi Boulevard Drive Alex- 
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in Accounting. Randy R. Zichl. 1126 Roxbury Drive. 
Westbury, New York 11590. Gul A. Zikria. 100 New- 
comb Road, Tenafly, New lersey 07670 Helaine M. 
Zinaman. 17 Theodore Drive, Plainview, New York 
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Avenue. VVhejtiin. M.iiyland 21191)6 BS in Elemenlary 
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MEN'S TENNIS TEAM 

Beri Anderson 
Skip Bishop 
Bruce Cnase 
Lou Halon 
Doug Hebard 
Allen Jacobs 
Dan lohnson 
Andy luster 
lack Kline 
Lary Rosenblatt 
lelf Seiken 
Ion Shaner 
Brian Tennery 




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Larry Nyce 
Coach 



The men's tennis team fought 
oft the rains and the hardest 
schedule in recent years to 
finish with a 6-7 record, 
highlighted by a third place 
finish m the MAC East. 



The netters had a respectable 
season, paced by the fine 
doubles play of Andy luster 
and Doug Hebard. luster and 
Hebard finished second in 
both the MAC meet and the 
DC Intercollegiate tourney, 
both firsts for AU. Sophomore 
Jeff Seiken was 6-3, the best of 
the singles records while Lary 
Rosenblatt was 8-2 in doubles. 










WOMEN'S TENNIS TEAM 

The women's tennis team had 
an outstanding season 
finishing undefeated in six 
matches in the fall. Their 
record established them as 
favorites for the Metropolitan 
Intercollegiate Sports 
Association spring 
championship. 

Coach Tesha larrett was very 
pleased with the team's 
performance particularly 
against GWU, Georgetown and 
Mount Vernon. 



Singles players Roberta Coffin, 
Beverly Myers, Pam Price, and 
Becky Weaver sparkled. The 
doubles pairs Eleanor Friend 
and Iva Kugler, Regina Hodge 
and Norma Brockman, Nancy 
Buckler and Elaine Emerson, 
and Debbie Nathanson and 
Melody Dorfman, were equally 
adroit. Debbie Scott filled in 
admirably at both spots for the 
fine squad. 






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Vietnam 

The Toll: Twelve Years of War 

lanuary 1, 1961 to 
lanuary 28, 1973 

Military: 
United States 

killed 45,933 

wounded 303,616 

captured 587 

missing 1,335 
South Vietnam 

killed 183,528 

wounded 499,026 
North Vietnam and Vietcong 

killed 924,048 
Other Allied combat dead 

5,225 Koreans, Thais, 

Australians, and 

New Zealanders. 

U.S. Cost of the War: 
$105 billion 

Number of Servicemen who 
served in Vietnam: 
2.6 million 





Wrestling 



Bob Andreoli 
Pat Bates 
lamie Blumenthal 
Ron Ferrara 
Dan French 
lack Haire 
Charles Kilmer 
Ted Lepski 
Carlton Marshall 
Alan Meltzer 
Bob Morales 
Dan Moskowitz 
Bob Richmond 
Dave Rosen 
Bob Sarnotf 
Dave Sherman 
Steve Starr 

Bob Karch 
Coach 




Coach Bob Karch's wrestlers, 
despite a 4-7 dual meet mark, 
enjoyed one of the finest 
grappling seasons ever seen at 
American University. The 
wrestlers advanced from 8th to 
5th m the Middle Atlantic 
Conference, earned their first 
incfividual championship and 
placed in tour weight classes. 

Ron Ferrara was the Eagles' first 
champ. The sophomore 126 
pounder won his division and 
advanced to the NCAA 
championships at Seattle, 
Washington where he was 
defeated in a tough match by 
the eventual fifth place 
finisher. Ferrara's overall record 
was 13-3-0. 

lack Haire was 13-2-0 in the 
167 pound class and took 
second at the MACs. The best 
record of all, however, 
belonged to junior Bob 
Richmond who wrestled m the 
142 pound class. He was 24-1- 
0, finished third in the MACs, 
won the MIT Invitational, and 
the Maccabiah Games trials. 
Last summer Richmond 
competed in Israel with 
swimmer Mike Plitman, soccer 
player Mark Lowenstein and 
runner Gary Cohen. 




Carlton Marshall, a )unior 
college transfer, finished fourth 
in the 150 pound class with a 
record oi 8-5-1. He performed 
well in the second half of the 
season and figures to be strong 
in 1973-74. 



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Excellence is ni) longer opiional for a prisaie univerMiy— it is a 
necessity 

Bui exitlkntc IS elusive, and requires continuous cffon. 

The -Vmcrican I niversitv is. in tact, sinviny (or excellence and (or 
eJuiali.'nal leadership in the nalion's capital. 

Ti-J.i> ihe l nive™i\ is jt iis hiirhcst point ol accomplishment It 
has^Townioopiimal M.;e in simleni \\xh. faculty. andph\MCdl plant. 
Thciudenihixl) issubili/cdai I '',l)fXl,the(JCull>^t(■«10l^"supplemcn■ 
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plani cKiMs There wilt l^c changes, additions, refinements, and im- 
pro\ emenLs, bull he hasidniversiiy stands today, ready loct>nsolidate 
itsstreni;ihdnd[iKni)vetowjrdit_sj;oals. 

Bur iherc isonc glaring enccpiion — a library wonhyo( so vigorous 
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ihis need, the Trustees ii( The Amencan I niversity have 
authiin/rd a SIO miiliun campaiyn (or a new L'iiivfr\it\ Lihnirx' .ind 
Lfurnitit- Rf^i'unf ( friu-' The building, desii^ncd by Archiiecl 
Richard F^isier in cunsulutioit wuh I nivcrMiy Librarian Donald 
Dennis, wilHK'auniiJucmonumenr.anhinunieniniii in the Iradmonal 
sense ol marble and ^lass. but a nK'numcnl to ihe preservation o( 
Iii:hl,air, and j;reen space, .ind li.>ef(ecii^e education 

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looay s andmmorrowssiudenisanii nv inis presentation to launcn its 
c.impaij:n lu raise the required Sill million. 

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Linda Lee deMilt 

EDITOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY 
Susan Patricia Davis 

BUSINESS MANAGER 
Thomas Visotsky 

ART DIRECTOR 
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PRODUCTION AND LAYOUT 

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Paul Schwartz 

Introduction to American Folklore 

Class, Spring 1973, 

Dr. Duncan Emrich 

COVER DESIGN 
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Marcia Hunt 

Richard Sitcomb 

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