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ficial Intelligence). Formerly listed as 101.36 Know Your 
MIRF. This course is designed to assist the student in 
recognizing little green boxes, legibly printing between 
the lines, and scribbling in spaces reserved for office use 
only. (Section -01 reserved for Introductory Studies 
majors and their immediate families). (Void where 
prohibited). 

000.00 Intro, to Add-Drop. (Prerequisite:— 1.32 Intro, 
to Lines II). For the advanced student this course offers 
technical practicum in signature scrounging, improper 
use of multicopy forms, forging, and counselor duping. 
Suggested follow-up courses include Section Closeout, 
Gobbledygook I and II. 

244.55 Class Change. This course, designed primarily 
for freshpersons and transfer students, is structured to 
provide the student the greatest mobility and flexibility 
of action between class periods. A seminar course, with 
frequent laboratory work on an individual basis. Topics 
include evasion tactics, traffic regulations, location of 
convenient fire exits, and cross-country sprinting to dis- 
tant parking spaces. 

222.000 Dorm Bathrooms. This course is required 
of all Party majors, on an independent study basis with 
laboratory time scheduled at odd hours of the day and 
night. Topics covered include toothbrush techniques, 
fighting the Sunday Night Toilet Paper Shortage Blues, 
and practicum in oral elimination. 

999.997 Advanced Paranoia. Oh my god they're 
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change machines, two-for-one sales, basic pastry selec- 
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glass smashing, basic frustration-agression impulse 
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638.99 Shoplifting for Survival. Tavern pitchers and 
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purses, transvestism for merchandise, Saturday meals 
on Friday night, salt shakers, traffic signs, and much, 
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Basement of McKmley Building 



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STUDENTS 

All vehicles using the American 
University parking facilities 
Monday thru Friday from 8:00 
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No one will ever dispute the 
fact that people need to eat. Eat- 
ing is as basic to life as breathing. 
However, the A.U. student seems 
constantly faced with a dilem- 
ma — Is it healthier to eat food 
that the campus offers, or is it 
healthier to starve? Unfortunate- 
ly, man does not live on Hostess 
Twinkies alone. 

On-campus eating facilities 
include the Contract Dining 
Room, A La Carte Dining Room, 
the Snack Bar, the Tavern, and 
the vending machines. All the 
above led to the success of Pepto- 
Bismol. 



** The Contract Dining 
Room offers a refreshing 
diet of starches, starches 
and starches. A typical 
meal might include: spa- 
ghetti, bread, rolls, 
french fries, potato salad, 
and doughnuts for 
dessert. 

*** The A La Carte Dining 
Facility is a slightly more 
comfortable cafeteria, 
with a little more class 
than the Contract Dining 
Room. Unlike the other 
facilities, the food is 
served not only cooked, 
but warmed. 



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he Tavern 



Uniuersiiy Club 



* The Snack Bar offers a fine variety 
of exquisite sandwiches. Cooked 
before your eyes, only the best qual- 
ity Grade AAA meats are used. Swift, 
convenient service is their 
trademark. 

**** The Tavern, probably the best 
on-campus food facility, offers a 
pleasant atmosphere of contem- 
porary music mixed with the sweet 
aroma of stale beer. 



***** The vending machines, when 
working properly (rarely), offer a 
wide variety of popsicles, candy, 
cakes, and sometimes fermented 
sandwiches. Prices vary from ten 
cents to three dollars per item. 

*** The University Club offers a 
pleasant atmosphere, but the food 
is unmistakeably ARA. Prices may 
vary from meal to meal, adding to 
the charm of the place. 



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Counseling is provided in areas of a 
personal, social or academic nature, and 
to enhance personal development. 

The P.E.A.C.E. (Peer: Environmental, 
Analysts, Counselors, Educators) Pro- 
gram is a unique, large multifaceted peer 
counseling program operated by stu- 
dents. Seven programs are coordinated 
through the Counseling Center. They are 
Survival Skills at AU-for New Students, 
AU Hotline, Academic Aides, Learning to 
Learn, Companion Program and the Pre- 
Withdrawl Program. 





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POWER"— President and Mrs. Harding 
attending the commencement exercises 
of the American University. President 
Harding made his address here extolling 
American amity with Canada — Be/ow — 
Woods Brown Ampitheater. 




page 39 




Qnrhojubjcn^ ^nro oH(m au jp 3SorlT 



page 40 




Those ofr us uoho are. graduating 



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David Zweig 

Stephen J. Zwang 

Barbara Zimmerman 

Jeffrey Zimmerman 

Michael E. Zelman 
Christophe R. Zell 
Darrell M. Zaslow 
Leonard P. Zakim 



Sally K. Younger 

Linda J. Wright 

Jan M. Wolkin 

Keith L.Wolff 




Andrew R. Wolf 
Stephanie L. Woerfel 



William Witkin 
Mary J. Williams 

Larry E. Williams 
Vesta L. Williams 




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A 



David Michael Zweig, B.S. in Accounting, Communica- 
tions V.P., SBA Undergraduate Council, SBA Under- 
graduate Newspaper Editor, Eagle Accountant, Stu- 
dent Grader, Young Democrats .... Stephen 
Zwang, B.S. in Biology .... Barbara Zimmerman, 
B.A. in Elementary Education . . . . left Zimmerman, 
B.S. in Psychology, Learning to Learn, Ad Manager, 
Business Manager — The Eagle, Psi Chi Pres., Omicron 
Delta Kappa, AEPi, S.C. Finance Committee .... 
Michael Zelman, B.S. in Biology, President AED .... 
Christopher Zell, B.A. in Psychology, Para-psychology 

Club, Coffeehouse Darrell Zaslow, B.A. in Political 

Science .... Leonard Zakim, B.A. in Political Science, 
Director, Dept. of Political Affairs— S.C, Nat. Student 
Lobby Liason, D.C. Federation Liason .... Sa//y K. 
Younger, B.A. in International Relations .... Ian Mark 

Wolkin, B.A. in Economics Keith L. Wolff, B.A. in 

History .... Andy Wolf, B.S. in Marketing . . . William 
Witkin, B.S. in Psychology .... Stephanie Lynn Woer- 
fel, B.A. in S. Asian Area Studies, Phi Mu, Pan-Hellenic 
Rep., International Week Steering committee, Pan 
Ethnon Secretary, Coffee Hour Hostess, Buddhist 
Group .... Mary Williams, B.A. in History, OASATAU, 
Intramural volley Ball, Tutoring, Univ. Learning Center 
.... Larry Williams, B.A. in Sociology and Black 
Studies, Freshman Senator, 1971, Chr. of Admin. 
Comm. of OASATAU, OASATAU Finance Committee, 

WAMU-AM Vesta Williams, B.S. in C.A.S., AU Prog. 

Rock Club, STRIDE Tutor.. .. 




Betty C. Wilkins, B.A. in SBA, OASATAU— Finance 
Committee .... Alexander W. Wiley, B.A. CAS .... 
Jody Wilens, B.A. CAS, Director of S.C. Publicity, Eagle 
Staff, Talon Staff, Orientation Committee . . . John 
Wicker, B.A. SGPA, Administration of Justice A. A. . . . 

Sewellj. Whitney, B.S. CAS lames O. Wexler, 

B.S.B.A. in Marketing .... Mark W. Wethington B.A. in 
Religion . . . Cynthia L. Wesen, B.S. in CA), Phi Mu 
Fraternity, Pan Hellenic Council, Mortar Board, Resi- 
dence Hall Association, Who's Who .... Amy ). Weiss- 
man, B.A. Communications, V. President of Women in 
Communications, Womens Varsity Swim Team, Tennis 
Intramurals .... Susan C. Weiss, B.S. El. Ed. and 
Psychology . . . Rochelle Weiss, B.A. Music 
Education, A.U. Orchestra and String Ensembles, 
MENC ... Gloria Weiss, B.A., Education, .... Lawrence 
I. Weisman, B.S.B.A. Marketing . . . .Stephen Wein- 
stein, B.S. SBA Marketing, Pi . . . tee f. Weinberger, 
B.A. CAS . . . David I. Weisberger, B.A. SBA, Marketing 
. . Barry D. Wein, B.A. SGPA, Forensic Society, S.C. 
Election Board . . Leslie Weber, CAS, Sociology. 






Betty C. Wilkins 
Alexander W. Wiley 
Jody Wilens 
John R. Wicker 



Sewell J. Whitney 
lames O. Wexler 
Mark W. Wethington 
Cynthia L. Wesen 



Amy J. Weissman 
Susan G. Weiss 
Rochelle D.Weiss 
Gloria Weiss 



Lawrence J. Weisman 
David J. Weisberger 



Lee E. Weinberger 
Stephen Weinstein 



Barry D. Wein 
Leslie A. Weber 



Michael A. Watson 
David F. Warren 

Janice D. Walton 
Frank G.Walter 



Shelley B.Wallach 
Amy L. Wallach 

Christine J. Wallace 

Anna MaeT. Voight 

Howard A. Vine 

Enriqueta E. Villela 




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Edward G. Varrone 

Susan L. Van Alstyne 

Susan M. Valenza 

Victor F. Von Lilienfeld 




Michael G. Ulrich 




Elizabeth J. Ullman 


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George F. Tully 


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Barbara G.Tiemann 


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Mike Watson, CAS, Track, OASATAU, Intramurals, 

Counseling David Warren, B.S. in SIS, AEPI, Eagle, 

WAMU, Spanish Club, Pan Ethnon . . . Janice Walton. 

B.A. in Psychology, Psi Chi Frank G. Walter, B.S. 

History and Marketing, Intramurals .... Shelley B. 
Wallach, B.A. in SCPA, Academic Aide, Sailing Club . . 
Amy L. Wallach, CA), B.S., Intercollegiate Volleyball, 
Publicity Committee, Intramural Sports, Eagle, Intern- 
ship D.C. Superior Court, Dean's List .... Christine ). 
Wallace, B.S. in Nursing .... Anna Mae T. Voight, CCE, 
B.A. General Studies, Hotline .... Howard A. Vine, B.A. 
in SGPA, Alpha Tau Omega, Intramurals, Ski Club, 
Concert Committee, Chairman of A.U. Athletic Coun- 
cil, Lacrose Club . . . Enriqueta E. Villela, B.A. in Art 
Ed., CAS . . . Edward C. Varrone, B.A. SGPA, Comp- 
troller, S.C., University Senate Finance Committee, 
Pi, Omicron Delta Kappa, Pi Sigma Alpha, Who's Who 

Susan M. Van Alstyne, B.A. SGPA, Sociology, A.U. 

Judicial System, Pi Sigma Alpha — Political Science 
Honorary, Who' Who . . . Susan M. Valenza, B.A. in 

Literature, CAS Victor Von Lilenfeld, B.A. in SGPA 

Michael C. Ulrich, B.A. in Education, CAS, Intra- 
murals .... Elizabeth I. Ullman, B.A. in Psychology, 
CAS .... George F. Tully, B.A. in SIS and Economics 
.... Barbara C. Tiemann, B.A. in SGPA, Delta Gamma, 
D.C. Pirg, ICC, Pan Hellenic, Pan Ethnon, Finance 
Committee . . . 




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Leslie B. Thompson, B.S. Social Science . . . Grover 
Lee Thomasson, SBA . . . Wilbur Thomas, B.A. Market- 
ing Robert /. Tessier, B.A. SGPA and Urban 

Affiars, Urban Semester Program, Tres. New Demo- 
cratic Caucus for Responsive Government, ASPO .... 
Tom I. TerKel, B.A. SGPA, Freshman Senator, General 
Assembly, President of AEPi, Congressional Intern, 
WAMU, Student Sponsoring Committee, IFC Rush 
Chairman, Who's Who . . . Mark Temen, Eagle, Food 
Co-op, B.S. B.A. SBA . . . Frank S. Taylor, B.S. Account- 
ing, Intramural Sports, OASATAU, Accounting, Club, 
Research Assistant .... Bruce E. Taylor, Rugby, Omi- 
cron Delta Kappa, Record Co-op Manager, Alpha 
Epsilon Pi, WAMU, Eagle Accountant, Assistant Comp- 
troller, Media Commission, Finance Committee, Delp 
Hall Alumni Association, Who's Who .... Judy Taub, 
B.A. CAS, WAMU Commuter Affairs . . . Margie Tarpy, 

B.A. Sociology Mehdi Tarashi, B.S. CAS, 

Vollyball . . . Regina H. Talar, B.S. Urban Affairs/ 
Sociology . . . Alfred M. Tailae, B.S. SGPA, McDowell 
Hall Pres., Residence Hall Association Pres., Assistant 
Manager of the Record Co-op, Pi, Urban Semester . . . 
Roberto Tabaresjr., B.A. SGPA, Pres. of Latin 
American Student Assoc, Soccer Team, Eagle . . . 
Cort D. Szalarz, CAS . . . Ellen D. Swyler, B.S. SGPA, 
Pi Sigma Alpha, A.U. Students for McGovern, Inter- 
national Week . . . Connie M. Sutton, B.A. Communica- 
tion, Sigma Delta Chi. 



V 










Leslie B. Thompson 
Grover L. Thomasson 
WilburThomas 
Robert J. Tessier 

Tom J. Terkel 
Mark E. Temen 
Frank S. Taylor 
Bruce E.Taylor 



Judith P. Taub 
Margie Tarpy 
Mehdi Tarashi 
Regina H. Talar 

Alfred M.Taffae 
Roberto Tabares, Jr. 



Cort D. Szafarz 
Ellen D. Swyler 

Kathleen C. Swanson 
Connie M. Sutton 



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Glenn D. Sussman 

Helena M. Strauch 

Betsy A. Storm 

Anne M. Stom 

Janet Steuber 

Elise J. Stein 

Kathleen A. Stankevich 

Catharine Staats 



Richard E. Sprecher 

Barbara G. Spiegel 

Bob H. Sperling 

Angela S. Sperazza 

William J. Spence 
Roni L. Sonkin 



Perry H. Solomon 
Paul K. Solomon 

Jeanne H. Solomon 
Elaine B.Soloff 




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Glenn D Suaman, B.A. SCPA, Commissioner SUB, Ski 
Club . . . Betsy A. Storm, B.S. Communications, Eagle, 
General Assembly, Mortar Board, Vice Pres. of 
National Penguin Society . . . Anne M. Slom, B.A. 
CAS . . . Janet Steuber, B.S. Interior Design, Campus 
Crusade for Christ . . . E hie jean Stein, B.S. CCE . . . 
Kathleen A. Stankevich, B.A. SCPA Pi Sigma Alpha, 
Diadems and Tassels, Mortar Board, Anderson Hall 
Treasurer, Washington Semester, Academic Advisor 
. . . Catherine Staats, CAS, Interdepartmental Science 
. . . Richard Sprecher, SGPA, B. A., Student Govern- 
ment, Eagle, WAMU . . . Barbara G. Spiegel, B.A. SGPA, 
Internship, Dorm Floor President, Dorm Court . . . 
Bob H. Sperling, B.A. Marketing ... A. Sharon 
Sperazza, B.A. Education . . . William I. Spence, CA), 
Soccer, . . . Roni L. Sonkin, B.A. Literature, Intramural 
Basketball & Volleyball . . . Perry H. Solomon, B.A. 
Psychology, B.S. Distributive Sciences in Chemistry . . . 
Jeanne H. Solomon, B.S. Education . . . Elaine B. Sololf, 
B.A. Elementary Education, Member N.E.A. . . . 




Howard C. Solganik 
Gary C. Sohl 
Doris J. Sofinowski 
Madeline Snow 

Carol J. Snead 
Margaret A. Smith 
Joyce A. Smith 
Pamela Small 



Monica E. Sleep 
Dianne G. Sinkford 
Barbara E. Simon 
Francine Shron 



r 



Howard C. Solganik, B.S. Marketing . . . Gary C. Sohl, 
B.S. Marketing . . . Doris jocine Sofinowski, B.S. 
Mathematics and Computer Science, Mortar Board, 
Academic Aide, Math Dept. Council . . . Madeline Snow, 
B.A. CAS . . . Carol). Snead, B.S. Distributed Sciences, 
Eagle staff, WAMU News Staff, Dean's List, Women's 
Counseling Collective . . . Margaret A. Smith, B.A. 
French, V. President of French Floor, Asst. at Interna- 
tional School of Washington . . . ,/oyce A. Smith, B.A. 
CAS, OASATAU, Intramural Volleyball, Softball, 
Basketball, Co-ed Volleyball, Academic Aides . . . 
Pamela Small, B.A. Communications, Talon, Women in 
Communication, Sigma Delta Chi, Intramural Volley- 
ball . . . Monica E. Sleep, B.A. SGPA . . . Dianne Sylvia 
Sinkford, B.A. Literature . . . Barbara E. Simon, B.A. 
Sociology, Prof. Assistant . . . Francine Shron, B.A. 
Literature & ludiac Studies, AMI, Orientation Commit- 
tee .. . Ellis T.Shratter, B.S. SGPA, American University 
Coordinator for Volunteer Activities at St. Elizabeth's 
Hospital . . . Cynthia A. Shortman, B.A. Language Area 
Studies, French Club . . . Amy Shier, B.A. Art/Interior 
Design . . . Alan C. Shier, B.S. Biology, Pre-Med Honor 
Society . . . Steven M. Shiendling, B.A. CAS, Hotline, 
Intramurals (Softball & Football) . . . Richard L. 
Schecter, B.S. SIS, Teaching Assistant, KPU, Tour 
Guide, Univ. Court justice, Pan Ethnon. 




Ellis T. Shratter 
Cynthia A. Shortman 



Steven M. Shiendling 
Richard L. Shechter 



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,■..»- T...- - ■ 



Frederick M. Shear 
Daniel S. Shapiro 

Lisa L. Shao 
Francine Selzer 



Robert Seltzer 
Martin A. Seligson 

Calvin M. Seldin 

Jeffrey M. Seiken 

Harvey J. Seidman 

Sandra Sedacca 



Angela Scott 

Linda D. Scope 

Christine A. Scobie 

Michael S. Schwartz 

Kenneth B. Schwartz 

Gary R. Schultz 

Mary E. Schreiner 

Diana H. Schramm 



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r 



Frederick M. Shear, B.A. Management, Football, Base- 
ball, Basketball . . . Daniel S. Shapiro, B.S.B.A, SBA 
Lisa L. Shao, B.A. SIS, FORSA, East Asian Culture Club 
President . . . Robert A. Seltzer, B.A. Literature, AEPI, 
Undergraduate Studies Committee, Lit. Dept. Council, 
Dorm Court Justice, Floor V. President, Concert Band 
on Tour, Hillel, Intramural Basketball, Talon .. . 
Martin A. Seligson, B.S.B.A. Marketing . . . Calvin M. 
Seldin, B.A. SCPA, Soccer Team . . . Jeffrey M. Seiken, 
B.A. Political Science, Sociology, Tennis Team . . . 
Harvey I. Seidman, B.S. SCPA, Outing Club, Ski Club 
. . . Sandra Sedacca, B.S. SCPA, Dean's List, Teaching 
Assistant . . . Angela Scort, B.A. Performing Arts . . . 
Linda Denise Scope, B.A. Economics/Urban Develop- 
ment, OASATAU . . . Christine A. Scobie, B.A. Com- 
munications . . . Michael S. Schwartz, B.S. History . . . 
Kenneth B. Schwartz, B.S. CPA/SGPA, General Assem- 
bly, Social Activities Commissioner, SUB Chairperson, 
President, AEPI, ODK, Record Co-Op, Student Sponsor- 
ing Committee, Tour Guide . . . Gary R. Schultz, B.A. 
Sociology . . . Mary Elaine Schreiner, B.A. C.A.S., A.U. 
Dance Theatre Concert . . . Diana H. Schramm, B.A. 
Education, N.E.A., Intramural Volleyball, Floor 
President . 




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Jacqueline Schmitt, B.S. Psychology, Eagle Editorial 
Page Editor, Mortar Board Secretary, Vocations for 
Social Change, Hotline, Kay Spiritual Life Center, 
Who's Who . . . Judith L. Schlossberg, B.A. SCPA, 
Science Honorary . . . Anne Marie Schissler, B.A. 
Communications, Detal Gamma Sorority, Pan Ethnon, 
A. A. to S.C. Secretary, S.U.B. Secretary, Project Visi- 
bility Editor, Directomatic Editor, Finance Committee, 
KPU, CMC, Orientation Committee, Judiciary Court, 
Academic Aide . . . jane M. Scher, B.S. Sociology . . . 
Ina Shain Schecter, B.A. CAS . . . Jeffrey M. Scheckner, 
B.A. CAS, Eagle . . . lames A. Senear, B.A. Internationa 
Studies & Political Science, Who's Who . . . Jeff Schatz, 
B.S. B.A. Personnel Finance, Soccer . . . Sarah K. 
Scharper, B.A. Urban Affairs/Political Science, Chair- 
person of A.U. PIRG, Member, CMC . . . Laurie 
Schaffer, B.A. International Relations/Political Sci- 
ence, International Week, SIS Undergrad. Studies 
Committee, SIS Undergrad. Cabinet, Diplomatic 
Pouch, Pi Sigma Alpha, Pan Ethnon, Who's Who . . . 
Najia M. Sbai, B.S. CAS, Hotline Supervisor, Dance 
Odyssey, Tae Kwon Doe . . . E lias A. Savellos, B.A. 
CAS . . . A va L. Savadow, B.S. Government and Sociol- 
ogy . . . Robert E. Sandler, B.S. Urban Affairs/Political 
Science, Wash. Semester, Intramurals, Softball, Foot- 
ball, A.U. Campus Coordinator Lindsay for President 
. . . John C. Sanders, B.S. SBA . . . Nancy H. Saltzman, 
B.A. Elementary Education . . . Henry Arlin Salmon, 
B.S. Urban Development, WAMU, Tour Guide, SBA 
Undergraduate Council, SBA Curriculum Committee, 
Provost's Advisory Council, SBA Dean Search Com- 
mittee, Rho Epsilon CMC, Orientation Committee, 
Dean's List, Who's Who . . . Mahdokht Saidi, B.S. 
SBA, Dean's List 




Jacqueline Schmitt 
Judith L. Schlossberg 
Anne Marie Schissler 
Jame M. Scher 

Ina Schecter 
Jeffrey M. Scheckner 
James A. Schear 
Jeff Schatz 



Sarah K. Scharper 
Laurie S. Schaffer 
Najia M. Sbai 
Elias A. Savellos 

Ava L. Savadow 
Robert E. Sandler 



John C. Sanders 
Nancy K. Saltzman 

Henry A. Salmon 
Mahdokht Saidi 



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BernadetteT. Saco 
Robin C. Sachere 
Susanne M. Ryan 

Michele E. Rutman 

BethG. Russo 

Barbara A. Russo 

Linda D. Ruest 

Christina Rudy 



Beatrice M. Ruder 

Paul Rowinski 

William N. Rowe 

Bruce C. Rowe 

Lisa J. Roughgarden 
Jacqueline Rouder 



Robert C. Rothman 
Elizabeth A. Rosselot 

Robin L. Rossberg 
Jo Ann C. Ross 



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Cindy 5. Rosenthal, B.A. CAS . . . Robin Rosenberg, 
B.A. Psychology, Psi Chi Honor Society . . . Ann L. 
Rosenberg, B.A. CAS Student Adviser to Orientation, 
SAC . . . David L. Rosen, B.S. CA), Club Football, Phi 
Sigma Kappa, Gridiron Guppies, Swim Team . . . Robin 
P. Rose, B.A. Education . . . Lawrence Ropeik, B.A. in 
C.A.S., Coffeehouse . . . Randi E. Rome, B.A. Elemen- 
tary Education . . . Merily Rogers, B.A. Elementary 
Education, Cheerleader, Talon, Anderson Dorm Court 
Judge, Volleyball and Softball Intramurals, American 
Movement for Israel, NEA Athletic Council, Dean's 
List, AEPI, Rush Hostess, Record Co-Op, Academic 
Aide, Orientation, Coffeehouse . . Janine R. Rogers, 
B.A. French, Delta Gamma Sorority, Mortar Board, 
Language Dept. Student Council, Pan Ethnon, Inter- 
national Week, Univ. Relations, Orientation, Who's 
Who . . . Gerald H. Rockolf, B.S. SGPA . . . ,/ohn 
lo%eph Robinson, B.A. SGPA . . . Wendy A. Rink, B.S. 
CAJ, Hotline . . . Michael A. Richman, B.A. Communica- 
tions/Sociology, AU Theatre . . . Debra A. Rich, B.A. 
Elementary Education . . . Michael C Remer, B.S. B.A. 
SBA, President Progressive Rock Club, ICC . . . Ellen 
Remer, B.A. Religion, Jewish Studies, Pan Ethnon, 
Hillel, Jewish Identity Project . . . Irvin R. Reinhard, 
B.A. SGPA, AU Progressive Rock Club . . . Irma M. 
Reed, B.S. CCE, Community Services, Red Cross. 




Cindy S. Rosenthal 
Robin S. Rosenberg 
Ann L. Rosenberg 
David L. Rosen 

Robin P. Rose 
Lawrence Ropeik 
Randi E. Rome 
Merily S. Rogers 



Janine R. Rogers 
Gerald H. Rockoff 
John J. Robinson 
Wendy A. Rink 

Micheal A. Richman 
Debra A. Rich 



Michael C. Remer 
Ellen Remer 

Irvin R. Reinhard 
Irma M. Reed 



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Donna M. Reed 
Teresa A. Rawoot 

John A. Rapp 
Leslie P. Ramo 



Jeff A. Rakity 
John D. Raffaelli 

Therese A. Radtke 

Cheryl R. Radin 

John K. Rachlin 

Gil K. Jones Quartley 



Leslie A. Pullman 

Gilbert S. Prowler 

James C. Price 

Richard J. Pressman 

llene P. Poses 

Melissa F. Pollak 

Kenneth D. Polin 

Robyn Pocker 



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Donna M. Reed, B.A. Government/Print Journalism, 
AU Students for McGovern, Talon, Mortar Board, 
Sigma Delta Chi, Women in Communications, Eagle, 
Orientation Aide, Dean's List, Who's Who . . . Jeresa A. 
Rawoot, B.A. Spanish . . . John A. Rapp, B.A. SIS, "Z" 
Co-editor, Pan Ethnon Club . . . Leslie P. Ramo, B.A. 
History, RHA, Orientation Aide, Intramural Football, 
Basketball, Softball, D.C. PIRG, Tavern . . . Jeff A. 
Rakity, B.A. Psychology . . John D. Raffaelli, B.A. 
Finance . . . Therese A. Radtke, B.A. CAS . . . Cheryl 
R. Radin, B.A. SGPA . . John K. Rachlin, B.S. Finance, 
Varsity Soccer, Phi Sigma Kappa, President of Soccer 
Club, Eagle . . . Cil lones Quartley, B.A. Psychology 
and International Studies . . . Leslie Pullman, B.A. 
Psychology/Sociology, Board of Elections, General 
Assembly, Record Co-Op, Talon, Senate Student Rela- 
tions Committee, SC Library Committee, AEPI Sweet- 
heart, Rush Hostess . . . Gilbert 5. Prowler, B.A. CAS, 
Intramurals . . . James C. Price, B.S. CA)/SGPA, Intra- 
murals . . . Richard j. Pressman, B.S. Biology, Talon, 
Eagle, Intramural Football, Softball, Basketball . . . 
llene P. Poses, B.A. Sociology, Bowling Team, Dean's 
List . . . Melissa F. Pollak, B.S. SGPA, AU Hand, 
College Republicans, Pan Ethnon . . . Kenneth D Polin, 
B.A. History/Government, Intramurals . . . Robyn 
Pocker, B.A. Religion . . 






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Steven y. Pincus. B.A., SCPA . . . Robin Phillips B.S., 
CAS . . . Lillian Phifer, B.S., B.A., SBA, Tutoring 
Elementary School Students, OASATAU . . . Kristin N. 
Pfoutz, B.A. Literature . . . Noel Pfeffer, B.A. Psy- 
chology • Cathy A. Peterson, B.A. Economics, Pan 
Ethnon, Mortar Board, Pi Sigma Alpha, Tassels, 
Diadems, President-Economics Club, Pres. — Omicron, 
Delta Epsilon, Delta Gamma, International Week, Floor 
Pres., Academic Aid, Who's Who . . . Louvenia Chris 
Person, B.A. Communications, Literature, Honors Stu- 
dent, Stride Intern . . . Kim Perlin, B.A. Elementary 
Ed., NEA, Tennis Team, Registrar Worker, Intramural 
Volleyball . . . Lisa Perl, B.A. SCPA . . . Ruthie Peltzman, 
CAS, Academic Aide, Undergraduate Curriculum Com- 
mittee — Psychology, Dean's List, Psi Chi . . Joseph W. 
Pastori, B.S. CA), Interclub Council-Chairperson, 
Secretary-Treasurer, S.C. Publicity Directer, Progres- 
sive Rock Club, Sec. To AU Young Americans for Free- 
dom, Kennedy Political Union Fellowship Director, 
WAMU . . James K. Parson, CAS, Economics, Math, 
Karate Club . . . Joanne Christine Palumbo, B.A. 
Communications, Psychology, Sigma Delta Chi — Sec. 
Mortar Board, Resident Advisor, Letts Hall Pres., Deans 
List, Who's Who . . . /. Chris Oliver B.S. Marketing, 
Club Football, ATO . . . Cail Oliver, B.A., Psychology 
. . . Bruce Olin, B.A. SCPA, AEPi, Interfraternity 
Council — Pres , General Assembly, Record Co-op . . . 
William O'Connell B.S. Biology Psycology, Swimming 
Team, Intramural Sports . . . Phillip A. O'Bryon, SGPA, 
Intramurals. 




Steven J. Pincus 
Robin L. Phillips 
Lillian Phifer 
Kristin N. Pfoutz 

Noel M. Pfeffer 
Cathy A. Peterson 
Louvenia C. Person 
KimC. Perlin 



Lisa Perl 

Ruth I. Peltzman 
Joseph W. Pastori 
James K. Parson 

Joanne C. Palumbo 
J. Chris Oliver 



Gail L. Oliver 
iPS Bruce K. Olin 



William P. O'Connell 
Phillip A. O'Bryon 



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Mary A. O'Brien 

Nancy I. O'Brien 

Katherine A. Nuttall 

David S. Noymer 

Brian J. Novy 

Marie C. Nkodo 

William B. Nordvedt 

Bengt K. Nordenson 




Jackie R. Nedel 
Denise M. Navarre 

JodiL. Nankuf 
Steven J. Naftelberg 



page 54 





Mary Ann O'Brien, B.A. CAS . . . Nancy /. O'Brien, 
B.A. SGPA . . . Katherine A. Nuttall, B.S. SON, Field 
Hockey Team . . . David S. Noymer, B.S. B.A. in SBA, 
Congressional Internship, Freshman Advisory Com- 
mittee, SUB Transportation Director, Intramurals, 
Parking Committee . . . Brian /. Novy, B.S. Accounting/ 
Urban Development, Intramural Sports . . . Marie C. 
Nkodo, B.S. Biology . . . William B. Nordvedt, B.S. SBA 
. . . Bengt Karl Nordenson, B.A. CCE, General Studies 
. . . David E. Nigh, Dorm Court, Intramural Football, 
Residence Hall Staff, B.A. Psychology, CAS . . . lane B. 
Newman B.S. Psychology, Psi Chi Vice Pres. Michael ]. 
Nevin, B.S. SBA, Talon Staff . . . Judith Ann Nelson, 
B.S. Psychology, Hotline, Supervisor/Director of 
PEACE program, Women's Resourse Collective, Psi Chi 
. . JillD. Neiswender, B.A. Music, Alpha Chi Omega, 
A.U. Singers and Chorale, Mortar Board . . . Jackie R. 
Nedel, B.A. Broadcast Journalism, CAS, Treasurer of 
Sigma Delta Chi, Honor Dorm, Dean's List, Reporter 
for the Eagle, WAMU . . . Denise Navarre B.A. Anthro- 
pology, Residence Hall Association, Anderson Hall — 
Vice President, Record Co-Op . . . )odi Nankuf, B.A. 
Distributed Sciences, CAS, Volunteer work Georgetown 
Free Clinic . . . Steven Naftelberg, B.A. SGPA, Intra- 
mural Sports. 




Gail E. Mutnik 
Micheal Murphy 
Kenneth E. Murphy 
Diane B. Mulbauer 

Robert L. Morton 
Stephanie J. Morrison 
R.D. Moore 
Kyung C. Moon 




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Gail E. Mutnik, B.A. SGPA in Urban Affairs, General 
Assembly, S.C. Vice-President, University Senator, 
Chairperson Senate Student Relations Committee, 
Student Co-ordinator, Finance Committee, Library 
Campaign Constitution Committee, judicial Com- 
mittee, Orientation Committee, University Plann- 
ing council Phi Mu Fraternity; President and 
Treasurer, SGPA undergraduate council and Aca- 
demic Aide, Intramurals, AEPi Sweetheart, Who's-Who 
. . . Michael Murphy, B.A., CAS . . . Kenneth E. Murphy 
SBA, Accounting and Finance . . . Diane B Mulbauer, 
B.A. Elementary Education . . . Robert L Morton, B.A. 
Communication, WAMU . . . Stephanie, ]. Morrison, 
B.S. B.A. Personnel Management, SBA . . . Rosemary 
Diane Moore, B.A. Performing Arts/Theatre, CAS . . . 
Kyung C. Moon, B.S. Physics, CAS . . . David Montanye, 
B.A. SGPA, Kennedy Political Union . . . Daniel I. 
Montana, Literature, . . . Richard P. Mollicone, B.S. 
SGPA, Bowling Team . . . Cynthia M. Mogull, B.A in 
Psychology . . . Stanley M. Miska, B.A. Political Sci- 
ence/Finance . . . Ian Rona Millner, B.A. Psychology/ 
Literature, Intramurals, SC Elections Committee, The 
Open Stage, Logo & Creative Publicity, Phi Sigma — 
Theatrical Chairman, Pi Hostess, Wine Tasting Club, 
Bridge Club, Bowling Club, Washington Hilton "An 
Evening with the Students of American University, The 
Travern Staff . . . Jill A. Miller, B.S. Design, American 
Magazine, Art Director . . . Elizabeth /. Miller, B.A. 
American Studies & History, American Studies Com- 
mittee . . . Gary G. Meyerhoff, B.S. Biology . . . Paul R. 
Messner, SGPA, College Republicans; Secretary, 
Church programs at Georgetown Lutheran Church 




David J. Montanye 
Daniel J. Montana 
Richard P. Mollicone 
Cynthia M. Mogull 

Stanley M. Miska 
Jan R. Millner 



Jill A. Miller 
Elizabeth J. Miller 

Gary G. Meyerhoff 
Paul R. Messner 



page 55 



Robert E. Merrill 
Thomas C. Merical 

Alix E. Mendes 
Jamie D. Mellen 



Timothy P. McProuty 
Katherine D. McManus 

Frederick K. McKinney 

Dennis M. McGinley 

Peter R. McDaniel 

Jeffrey R. McCord 



Mary Ann A. McCleary 

Russell P. McCallister 

Adrienne I. McAbee 

Roger P. Matles 

Peter P. Matino 

Gary S. Master 

Audrey Y. Marx 

Juan J. Martinez 



page 56 




Robert E. Merrill, BSBA Accounting . . . Thomas C. 
Merical, B.A. Marketing . . . Alix E. Mendes, B.A. Psy- 
chology, Hotline, Psi Chi . . . Jamie D. Mellen, B.S., SBA, 
. . . Timothy P. McProuty, B.A. SIS, Alpha Sigma Phi 
Fraternity; V. President, President, Intramurals . . . 
Katherine D. McManus, B.A. Political Science, Pan 
Ethnon, University of Kent, England, Deutsche Club . . . 
Frederick H. McKinney, B.A. Sociology/CAS . . . Dennis 
M. McGinley, B.S. International Service, Swimming 
Team, Pan Ethnon . . . Peter R. McDaniel, B.A. Govern- 
ment, Coffeehouse . . . Jeffrey R. McCord, B.A. History/ 
Economics, Sailing Club, History Dept. Council, Phi 
Alpha Theta . . . Mary Ann A. McCleary, B.S. Tech- 
nology of Management and Applied Statistics . . . 
Russell P. McAllister, B.A. SCPA, Talon Photography 
Editor, Talon Photographer, Eagle Staff Photographer, 
Student Confederation Media Commission, Food 
Coop, PIRG Communications Chairman, McDowell 
Coffeee House Chairman, Food Service Committee, 
Hotline, Vice President's Committee of Residential 
Life, Residence Hall Advisor, Who's Who . . . Adrienne 
I. McAbee, B.A. Political Science . . . Roger P. Matles, 
B.S. Psychology, RHA, Treasurer Hughes Hall, K.P.U., 
Intern Psychiatric Institute, T.A. Selected Human 
Problems . . . Peter P. Matino, B.A. Marketing/ 
Finance . . . Gary S. Master, Accounting, Intramurals, 
Varsity Baseball . . . Audrey V. Marx, B.A. Graphic 
Design, )unior Year in London, TM Representative, 
Library Staff . . . Juan j. Martinez, B.A. Economics, 
Representative of Latin American Student Association 
to"FORSA". 





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Thomas Davis Martin, B.A. SGPA, WAMU, Eagle, SUB 
Board, Internship with Jack Anderson . . . Michael Paul 
Marrone, C.P.A. . . . Meryl Markowitz, B.A. Education, 
CAS, Freshmen Advisor, NEA, Academic Aid, Intra- 
murals . . . Andrew P. Markell, B.A. SBA . . . Maria A. 
Marino, B.S. SON, Co-Chairman SON Council, Talon 
Staff . . . Earl D. Mannoia, B.A. SIS . . . Katharine F. 
Malin, B.S. SON, Delta Gamma, SON Council, President 
of D.C. Student Nurse's Association . . . Mimi Mager, 
B.A. SGPA, Varsity Tennis, Judicial Representative, 
McGovern Committee, Inramurals, Semester in Israe 
. . . lames Macdonald, jr., B.A. SGPA, President ATO, 
Social Chairman, Club Football, SGPA Curriculum 
Committee . . . Brenda I. Macomson B.A. CAS, Black 
Student Union, Intramurals . . . Cynthia E. Lyles, B.A. 
SGPA, Freshman Advisor, Young Democrats . . . 
Rhonda S. Lusting, B.A. Journalism, Swim Team . . . 
Michael I. Lun, Jr., B.S. Accounting, . . . Marc 
Luksberg, B.S. Finance, SBA, Intramurals . . . Jeffrey 
M. Love, B.S. Accounting, SBA, President of SBA, Dean 
Search Committee for SBA, Intramural Sports . . . 
Samuel Lofstein, B.S. SBA . . . Erica Loewenthal, B.S. 
Literature CAS. 



V 




Thomas D. Martin 
Angel R. Diaz Marti 
Michael P. Marrone 
Meryl J. Markowtiz 

Andrew P. Markell 
Maria N. Marino 
Earl D. Mannoia 
Katharine F. Malin 



Mimi L. Mager 
James Mac Donald 
Brenda J. Macomson 
Cynthia E. Lyles 

Rhonda S. Lusting 
Michael J. Lun Jr. 



Marc Luksberg 
Jeffrey M. Love 

Samuel Lotstein 
Erica Loewenthal 



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Ornetta F. Lockett 
Jann R. Lissak 
Garry Lischin 

Steven H. Lipscutz 

Douglas Linsenberg 

Fred K. Lininger 

Kristin L. Lindquist 

Jane Lieberman 



Gail S. Lichtenstein 

Mark L. Levy 

Joseph E. Levy 

Martin S. Levine 

Amy S. Levine 
Nesta D. Leveson 



Robert P. Leventhal 
Susan E. Lesh 

George W. Lemon 
Paul A. Lehrman 



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Ornetta F. Lockett, B.S., CAS, OASATAU, Black 
Cultural Floor . . . jann Robin Lissak, B.S.B.A. Account- 
ing, Dean's List . . . Carry Lischin, B.A. CAS, Intramural 
Football, Softball, Basketball . . . Steven Lipschutz, 
B.S.B.A. Marketing, Basketball, Baseball, Intramurals, 
Ski Club . . . Doug Linsenberg, B. S. Psychology, 
Communications, Eagle, WAMU, Sixth Floor Anderson 
Project, Kennedy Political Union, S.C. Publicity Co- 
Director, S.C. Office on University Relations Depart- 
ment Head . . . Fred K. Lininger III, International 
Affairs, Hotline, Counselor through Companion Pro- 
gram, International Week Committee, Foreign Policy 
Semester, Chairperson Student Sponsoring Commit- 
tee, V.P., Ski Club, Coordinator of Executive Seminars, 
Director of Parent Alumni Weekend . . . Kristin 
Lindquist, B.A. Communications, Corale Singers . . . 
lane Lieberman, B.A. Design . . . Ga/7S. Lichtenstein, 
SBA . . . Martin Levine, SBA, Accounting, Intramural 
Football, Softball . . . Amy Levine, B.A. Art . . . Nesta 
Leveson, B.A. French . . . Robert Leventhal, B.A. Sociol- 
ogy, Intramural Baseball, Football, Basketball, Univer- 
sity Court Judge . . . Susan Elaine Lesh, B.A. Elemen- 
tary Education . . . George William Lemon, B.A. SBA . . . 
Paul A. Lehrman, B.A. SCPA, TNP Croup. 




David R. Legge, B.S.B.A. SBA, Track, Cross Country, 
ATO, Alpha Phi Omega, Comptroller S.C., Who's Who 
. . . Nancy E. Lefkowitz, B.S. Sociology, Hotline, Skiing, 
Tennis . . . Barbara \. Leeds, B.A. Elementary Educa- 
tion . . . Delia K. Lee, Accounting, OASATAU . . . Wayne 
f. Lebow, B.A. Communications . . . loan D. Lawrence, 
B.S. Biology, Sailing Club, Phi, Mu Sorority . . . Joanne 
M. Lauder, B.A. Psychology, Hotline, T.A. for Social 
Psychology, Companion Program . . . Napaphan M 
Latavalaya, B.S. Personnel . . . Mark H. Landsberg, 
B.S. Psychology, S.C. Cerneral Assembly, WAMU Disk 
Jockey, Concert Committee, Record Co-op, Psy- 
chology Assistant, Psychology Curriculum Committee, 
Pan Ethnon, Intramurals, Hotline Companion Pro- 
gram, Eagle Reporter . . . Robin K. Landis, B.S.B.A. 
Marketing/B.A. Art, Mortar Board, Dean's List, Honor 
Dorm, Dorm Court Representative . . . Anne Sydney 
Ladol, B.A. Political Science, Varsity Hockey, WAMU 
News Staff, Phi Mu Sorority, Hotline, A.U. Theatre . . . 
Doris A. Labie, B.S. Administiation of Justice, . . . 
Robin M. Kvitko, B.A. Political Science, The Eagle, 
SGPA Undergraduate Council, Hillel, Young Demo- 
crats, Tassels-Diadem, Mortar Board, Pi Sigma Alpha, 
Sigma Delta Chi, Who's Who . . . Iva M. Kugler, B.A. 
Elementary Education, Member of NEA, Floor Presi- 
dent, Women's Varsity Tennis, Intramurals . . . Linda 
A. Krieger, Psychology, Varsity Swimming, Hotline, 
Hotline Corrdinator, Peace Program Trainer, Intra- 
murals, Co-Editor Hotline Service Manual . . . Jeffrey 
R. Kreiger, B.S., CPA, Honor Dorm . . . Howard S. 
Krause, B.A. Government, Pre-Law Honor Society, 
P.D.S. 



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David R. Legge 
Nancy E. Lefkowitz 
Barbara J. Leeds 
Delia K. Lee 

Wayne F. Lebow 
Joan D. Lawrence 
Joanne M. Lauder 
Napaphan M. 
Latavalaya 



Mark H. Landsberg 
Robin K. Landis 
Alan K. Lake 
Anne S. Ladof 

Doris A. Labie 
Robin M. Kvitko 



Iva M. Kugler 
Linda A. Krieger 

Jeffrey R. Kreiger 
Howard S. Krause 



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James A. Kranking 
Raymond P. Kougell 

Dimitri G. Kostynick 
Gail B. Koppelman 



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Dorothy Koo 
Robin T. Kolodin 

Paula M. Kohlhaas 

Abbe J. Koch 

Richard D. Knight 

Charles H.KIotz 



John D. Kline 

Debby H. Kleinberg 

Linda I. Klein 

M.J. Kleimo 

Jane Kitson 

Susan H. Kirpich 

Mary L. Kingsley 

John A. King 



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Brian R. King, SBA, A.U./D.C. PIRG, Omicron Delta 
Kappa . . . Diane C. Kienast, B.S. CAS, Ralph Kiejdan, 
Urban Development, Finance in SBA . . . Barbara A. 
Keyes, B.A. Psych/Art, Square Dance Club . . . Gary 
Kestlinger, B.S. Accounting and Finance, . . . Philip 
Kessler, B.S. B.A. SBA, JV Basketball, Eagle, Drama 
Club, Dean's List . . . Glenn Kessler, B.A. SGPA, 
F.A.C., Who's Who . . . Larry Michael Kessler, B.A. 
Design, CAS . . . William A. Kent, SBA, Intramurals 
. . . Neil R. Kenney, B.S. B.A. Accounting, SBA, Intra- 
murals, Tutor for Statistics . . . Ethel D. Keith, B.A. 
Biology . . . Debi S. Keith, History, CAS, Justice in 
Dorm Court, History Council, American Magazine, 
Mortar Board, KPU Board Phi Alpha Theta— History 
Honor Society . . . Amy L. Kauffman, B.A. of Com- 
munications, Residence Hall Staff, Sigma Delta Chi, 
Women in Communications . . . Richard Katzen, B.A. 
CAS . . . Joanne Katz, B.A. Psychology, Sociology 
. . . Janice E. Katz, B.A. CAS, Barbara \. Katz, CAS, 
Eagle, Hotline, Tavern Waitress, B.A. in psychology/ 
Education . . . M. Dennis Karp, B.A. Sociology, C.A.S., 
Teaching Assistant, Student Rep. Sociology Dept., 
Deans List. 




Brian King 
Diane G. Kienast 
Ralph Kiejdan 
Barbara A. Keyes 

Gary J. Kestlinger 
Philip J. Kessler 
Glenn R. Kessler 
Larry M. Kessler 



William A. Kent 
Neil R. Kenney 
Ethel D. Keith 
Debi S. Keith 

Amy L. Kauffman 
Richard B. Katzen 



Joanne Katz 
Janice E. Katz 

Barbara J. Katz 
Myer D. Karp 



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Clyde A. Kaplan 

Karen H. Kandel 

Richard B. Kahn 

William T. Justice 

Sheila Y. Jordon 

Margaret G. Jones 

D.M. Jones 

Allyn F. Jones 



Hiroshi Inoue 
Mary L. Imhoff 

Phyllis A. Hughes 
Catherine M. Hughes 



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Thomas M. Jensen 

Joia E. Jefferson '.^ftSw^^ .J 

John H. James l*£b/F* l$P^ V> 

Marilyn B. Jablow fefcV Of.??*®** 

Judith L. Iwler 
David M. Isquith 



Clyde A. Kaplan, B.A., CAS, WAMU, ARA Dishroom . . 
Karen H. Kandel, B.S. Education . . . Richard B. Kahn, 
B.A., CAS, lntramurals, Club Football . . . William T. 
Justice, B.A. History . . . Sheila Y. Jordan, B.A., SBA . . . 
Margaret C. ./ones, B.S. Accounting, lntramurals, Girls 
Basketball Team ... DM. ./ones, B.A., CAS, Photo Pool 
Manager, Disc Jockey on WAMU, Basketball team, 
Talon Photographer, Who's Who . . . A//yn F. Jones, 
American Studies, CAS, Chi Omega Sorority, The 
Tulanians, Drama . . . Thomas M. Jensen, B.S.B.A., 
SBA . . Joia E. Jefferson, B.S., Interdisciplinary 
Studies, Theatre Dept., Puppet Tours, Shop assistant 
. . John H. James, B.A. Literature . . . Marilyn B. 
Jablow, B.A., SGPA . . . Judith L. Iwler, B.A. Sociology 

David M. Isquith, SBA, Finance, Inter Club Council, 
Square Dance Club, Social Action Council Hiroshi 
Inoue, B.A., CAS, Pan Ethnon Club, FORSA . . . Mary L. 
Imhoff, B.A. Literature . . . Phyllis A. Hughes, B.A., CAS 
. . . Catherine M. Hughes, B.A. Interior Design . . . 




John L. Huerta 
David E. Howell 
Richard H. Hoskinson 
Shebong Hong 

Joel H.Hollander 
Megan Holbrook 
Thomas Hohl 
Michele S. Hoffman 



David [ Howell, B.A. Communication, Co Host 
International Week Talent Show, Eagle, WAMU . . . 
Richard Hoskinson, Anthropology, B.A. . . .Joel 
Hollander, SBA Finance/Personnel . . . Megan Holbrook, 
B.A. CAS, Tassels, Intramurals, Softball, Record Co-Op, 
ARA . . . Thomas Hohl, SGPA, Pres.-Alpha Phi Omega, 
Hurst R. Anderson Forensic D.S.R.-T.K.A. National 
Debate Society, Student Assistant to Assistant Regis- 
trar . . . Michele Hoffman, B.A. Fine Arts, P.K.W. 
Intramural Volleyball . . . Jeffrey A. Hodes, B.A. 
Communication, B.A. Political Science, Pres. — Sigma 
Delta Chi, Representative Communication Dept. Coun- 
cil, Representative Council Personnel Committee, 
Teaching Assistant, Who's Who . . . David Hochberg, 
B.A. Sociology, Political Science, Vice Chairperson — 
S.U.B., Vice Chairperson Concert Committee Chair- 
person — Community Relations Committee Chairper- 
son — S.U.B. Cinema, WAMU, Traffic Board, Finance 
Committee . . . Roy Hirschorn, SBA Accounting, V.P. 
SBA Council, Faculty Relations Committee, Public 
Relations Executive Seminars . . . Bonnie L. Hirch, 
CAS, Tavern Employee . . . Fifi Hiotis, B.A. Political 
Science, Jr. Semester Abroad-London England . . . 
John Heyat, Personnel Mgt., CAS, Finance SBA, Honor 
Cociety . . . Sylvia Hess, B.A. Psychology, Campus 
Crusade for Christ . . . Ellen Herschenfeld, B.A. SGPA, 
Tassels, Dean's List, Teaching Assistant, Senior 
Honors in Government . . . Ellyne Herman, B.A. Elem. 
Ed. Member, NEA, Intramural Volley Ball, Basketball 
. . . Ava Herman C.A.S. History. 



V 



Jeffrey A. Hodes 
David L. Hochberg 
Roy A. Hirschorn 
Bonnie L. Hirch 

Fifi Hiotis 
John A. Heydt 



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Sylvia J. Hess 

Eleln J. Herschenfeld 

Ellyne S. Herman 
Ava M. Herman 



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Maurice A. Herbert 
Alice Henry 

F.P. Hellberg 
Douglas R. Hebard 



Robert M. Haushalter 
Judith E. Hart 

Beverly M. Hart 
Richard B. Harris 
Craig H. Hanson 
Toby N. Handler 



Edward I. Hamell 
Jody A. Hamberg 
Robert J. Halprin 
Stephanie A. Hall 

Pearl L. Hall 

Andrew G. Halbkram 

Elizabeth G. Halas 

Nancy Hagler 



Maurice A. Herbert, B.A., CAS . . . Alice Henry, CAS . . . 
F Philip Hellberg, B.S. Chemistry, Alpha Chi Sigma, 
Prog Rock— President . . . Douglas R. Hebard, B.A. 
SIS, Tennis, Dart & Backgammon, Wretch Ball Team, 
Dart Champion . . . Robert M. Haushalter, CAS, Music 
. . Judith E. Hart, CAS, Freshman Advisor, . . . Richard 
B. Harris, CAS, Literature, Club Hockey . . . Craig H. 
Hansen, B.A., SGPA, AEPi, Student-Faculty Commit- 
tee — SCPA, President Young Democrats . . . Toby N. 
Handler, CAS, Elementary Education, Alpha Chi 
Omega — Social Chairman, Historian . . . Edward I. 
Hamell, B.A. Psychology, The Eagle, Hotline, Academic 
Aides, Companion Program, Orchestra, Symphonic 
Band, S.C. Rep. to University Senate . . . jody A. Ham- 
berg, B.S.N. , SON . . . Robert ). Halprin, B.A. Com- 
munications . . . Stephanie A. Hall, B.A. Literature, 
Buddhist Croup, ICC, Sailing Club . . . Pearl L. Hall, 
B.A. Political Science, Who's Who, Mortar Board, 
Teaching Assistant in SCPA, RHA Judicial Court 
Representative, Vice-President of BCF, Congressional 
Intern, Assembly Representative in OASATAU . . . 
Andrew C. Halbkram, B.A. Communications, Talon 
Sports Editor, Social Action Council, Transportation 
Chairman, Vice Chairperson & Chairperson . . . Eliza- 
beth G. Halas, B.A. Political Science . . . Nancy 
Hagler, B.S. Psychology . . . 





Jeannie H. Haensch 
Paul D. Hadeed 
Calvin L. Hackeman 
David A. Guilliams 

Elizabeth M. Gudelski 
John A. Guber 
Steven M. Gubb 
Laura B. Guardia 













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jeannie Margret Haensch, B.A. Psychology, CAS, 
Supervisor in Learning to Learn Program, Dorm Court 
. . . Paul D. Hadeed, SGPA&CAI, B.S. Dean's List, 
Intramurals; Football . . . Calvin L. Hackeman, B.S. 
Administration-Accounting/Real Estate, Freshman 
Senator, Tavern Board, Government Operation 
Comm., Food Service Comm., General Assembly Rep. 
Commission on Summer Sessions, Orientation Comm. 
Consumer Service Contract Review Board, Secretary 
S.C. Provost's Advisory Council, Chairperson Orienta- 
tion Comm., Chairperson Tavern Board, Vice President 
3rd Floor Leonard, Omicron Delta Kappa, Parliamen- 
tarian, Chairperson Constitution Comm., Business 
Manager Talon, Who's Who . . . David A. Gulliams, 
SBA-Computer Systems . . . Elizabeth Gudelski, B.S. 
SON . . . John A. Guber, B.S. Psychology, Hotline . . . 
Steven M. Gubb, B.A. SGPA, S.C. Athletic Council, 
Eagle Ice Hockey . . . Laura Guardia, SIS, Latin 
America . . . David T. Groves, B.S. Accounting, . . . 
Cindy Gross, B.A. Elementary Education . . . Joseph 
M. Grieco, B.A. International Studies and Economics 
. . . Ellen Greenfield, CAS, Psi Chi . . . Carol Greenbaum, 
B.A. El. Ed. and Psychology, Judicial Rep., Chief Justice 
Anderson Hall, NEA, Committee in Dept. of Education 
. . . Stacy )oy Green, B.S. C AJ . . . Meryl H. Green, 
B.A. Interdisciplinary Studies — Communication/ 
Sociology . . . Lisa Green, Psychology and Sociology, 
Intramurals, P.K.U. Honorary. 




Arnold E. Grubel 
David T. Groves 
Cindy D. Gross 
Joseph M. Grieco 

Ellen J. Greenfield 
Joel J. Greenberg 



Carol S. Greenbaum 
Stacey J. Green 

Meryl H. Green 
Lisa J. Green 



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Emily B. Green 

Louis E. Graves 

John E. Graves 

John W.Graf Jr. 

Myra E. Grabin 

Bettie A. Gottlieb 

Robert K. Gossom 

Eric J. Goshin 



Stuart M. Gorman 

Sharon L. Goodwyn 

Arlene J. Goldstein 

Anne D. Goldin 

Mitchell Goldfarb 
David M. Goessling 



Edwin J. Glenn Jr. 
Diane R. Glassman 

Keith F.Girard 
Paul A. Gifford 




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Emily B. Green, B.S. Nursing, Nursing Student Council, 
Jewish Activities & Clubs . . . Louis E. Graves, B.S. 
Biology . . John E. Graves, B.A. History, Track, 
OASATAU ... John W. Graf Jr., SBA, Intramurals . . . 
Myra E. Grabin, Biology, Belta Belta Beta, 
Biology Honor Society . . . Bettie A. Gottlieb, B.A. 
Elementary Education . . . Robert K. Gossom, American 
Studies . . . Eric I. Goshin, B.A., SGPA, Chief Justice 
Anderson Hall Dorm Court, S.C. Assistant Director of 
the Office on University Relations, Assistant Comp- 
troller in charge of Political Affairs . . . Stuart M. 
Gorman, B.A. History . . . Sharon L. Goodwyn, B.A., 
CAS, President of the Black Cultural Floor, Black 
Student Union, Intramurals . . . Arlene I. Goldstein, 
B.A. CAS, Record Co-Op, Orientation . . . Anne D. 
Goldin, B.S. Art Education . . . Mitchell Goldfarb, B.S. 
Business Administration/Economics, Record Co-op, 
Social Activities Commissioner . . . David M. Goessling 
B.A. Music, Student Representative, Pan Ethnon . . . 
Edwin I. Glenn jr., B.A. Political Science . . . Diane R. 
Glassman, B.A. Communication, Managing Editor of 
The Eagle, Women in Communications, Sigma Delta 
Chi, Year Abroad in Israel (Hebrew University) . . . Keith 
F. Girard, News Editor of the Eagle . . . Paul A. Gilford, 
Latin American Studies/Span^ h/Economics . . . 




Teresa L. Gibbs 
David J.Giampertoni 
Harris R. Ghersin 
Gary G. Gerstein 

Erik J. Genser 
Alan Genicoff 
Mark A. Garretto 
James S. Galfund 



John J. Furey 
KathyJ. Fuller 
Joseph E. Fuller Jr. 
Elaine S. Fuller 

Mitchells. Fuerst 
Dennis L. Fruitt 



Edward D. Friedman 
Barbara A. Frantz 

Scott B. Franklin 
Kenneth A. Franklin 



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Edward Z. Fox 
Davis Fox 

Linda V. Foster 
Maryalyce Foss 



Brian E. Foss 
Lois K. Fortunato itvl^ 

Veronica H. Foley 

Timothy M. Fogarty 

Ann M. Fleming 

Robin Fleisig 



Anne G. Fleig 

James L. Fitzpatrick 

Mark I. Fishman 

Robin E. Fisher 

Harrison M. Fisher 

Joan S. Fishbein 

Ira J. Firouzi 

Mary Jane K. Fiocco 



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Edward Z. Fox, B.A. History, Chinese Area Studies, 
Intramurals . . . Daws Fox, B.A. SCPA . . . Linda V. 
Foster, B.A. Psychology Dean's List, BSU Supervisor, 
Paraprofessionals PEACE program . . . Maryalyce 
Reilly foss, CPA/SGPA SCPA Undergraduate Council, 
SUB . . . Brian E. Foss, S.C. President, Parliamentarian, 
University Senate, Judicial System, Academic Advi- 
sor — SGPA, Vice President for Academic Affairs — 
Search Comm. SCPA . . . Lois K. Fortunato, B.A. 
History, Kappa Delta Sorority — Secretary, Alpha Epsi- 
lon Pi Fraternity Sweetheart, Pan Ethnon, Talon, 
Record Co-Op . . . Veronica H. Foley, Hotline, Eagle, 
Chorale, Sigma Delta Chi., B.A. in Communications . . . 
Timothy M. Fogarty, B.S. CAJ . . . Ann M. Fleming, B.A. 
in Anthropology, CAS, Square Dance Club . . . Robin 
Fleisig, B.A. Literature . . . Anne C. Fleig, SGPA, B.A. 
VPof Young Democrats . . James L. Fitzpatrick, 
Biology B.S., CAS, Intramurals . . . Mark I. Fishman, 
B.A. SGPA/CAJ, . . . Robin Fisher, B.A. Psychology . . . 
Harrison M. Fisher, B.A. Interdisciplinary Literature/ 
Communications, Interdisciplinary Studies Committee 
Member, Media Commission Member, Teaching Assist- 
ant in Creative Writing . . . loan 5. Fishbein, Coffee- 
house Management, Director of Publicity, Asst. Photo 
Editor TALON, Eagle Photographer, Who's Who . . . 
Ira). Firouzi, SBA in Industrial Psychology . . . Mary j. 
Fiocco, B.A. Communications Print (ournalism, Floor 
Pres. Letts, Women in Communication, WAMU . . . 



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Da vid L. Finklstein, SBA . . . Susan C. Finkel, B.A. 
Sociology/B.S. CAS, P.K.W. Intramurals, Dean's List . . . 
Toni D. Fillet, B.A. Communications, Director & Pro- 
ducer of Cable TV at AU .. . David /. Fiedler, B.A. 
Psychology . . . Judith A. Fidellow, B.A. Interdiscipli- 
nary Studies, Photography, President 4th Floor South 
Anderson, Co-Captain Intramural Softball, Treasurer 
4th South Anderson, Representative for 4th Anderson 
(Judiciary Representative) . . . Ronald I. Ferrara, SBA, 
Wrestling . . . Olivia A. Feldman, B.A. History . . . 
Kenneth H. Feldman, B.A. Government, RHA Orienta- 
tion Committee, SCPA Student Advisor, University 
Athletic Committee, Intramurals . . . Karol A. Fiedler, 
B.A., CAS . . . Barbara C. Fee, B.A. Communications 
and Political Scence, WAMU; News Staff, Campus 
News Director, Public Affairs Program Producer, Direc- 
tor Of Public Affairs Dept., Eagle Reporter, Intership At 
WRC/WKYS, Women in Communications, Inc. . . . Amy 
Fass, B.A. Spanish, Symphonic Wind Ensemble, LASA, 
Collegium Musician, Outing Club . . . Elizabeth M. 
Earrell, B.S., CAS . . . Barbara A. Fairchild, B.A., CAS, 
Psi Chi, ARA, Intramural Softball . . . Asamanetch 
Fantaye, B.A., SBA . . . Jonathan Falk, CAS, Junior 
Varsity Soccer, Intramurals, 2nd floor President 
McDowell, Student Union Board Concert Committee, 
SUB Social Activities Commissioner, Sigma Delta, 
Chi, WAMU Disc Jockey, WAMU Public Relations 
Director, Eagle reporter . . . Amy /. Falk, B.S. 
CAS, . . . Magda Abu Fadil . . . Rudolph Evans Jr^ 



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David L. Finklestein 
Susan G. Finkel 
Toni D. Fillet 
David J. Fiedler 

Judith A. Fidellow 
Ronald J. Ferrara 
Olivia A. Feldman 
Kenneth H. Feldman 



Karol A. Fiedler 
Barbara C. Fee 
Amy Fass 
Elizabeth M. Farrel 

Barbara A. Fairchild 
Asamanetch Fantaye 





Jonathan Falk 
Amy J. Falk 

Magda Abu Fadil 
Rudolph Evans Jr. 



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James B. Epstein 

Judy A. England 

Donald A. Ellis 

Martha J. Elkus 

Miriam Eigner 

Jerry L. Effren 

Robert J. Edwards Jr. 

Kenneth J. Edwards Jr. 



Raymond C. Eckhart 
Janice W. Eanet 
Jill H. Dufresne 
Garry E. Dufour 

Susan V. Douglas 
Christina L. Dolan 



Kathleen E. Dodge 
Leslie K. Dobrow 

Janet L. Disken 
Michael Dimattina 







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James B Epstein, B.A. Middle East Affairs . . . Judy Ann 
England, B.S. Bus. Adm., Pres. Pan Ethnon, Delta 
Gamma Sorority, Activities Chairperson, VP Interna- 
tional Week, Public Relations Director, Residential 
Life Advisory Committee, Mortar Board. Who's Who . . . 
Donald A. Ellis, B.S. Accounting, Veteran's Club . . . 
Martha Elkus, SGPA Council, Secretary, Chairperson, 
Diadem, Mortar Board, Admissions Office Student 
Recruiter, T.A. SGPA, SGPA Student Faculty Council 
. . . Miriam Eigner, B.A. Psychology, Psi Chi, Hot 
Line, WAMU, Orientation . . . Jerry L. Effren, CAS . . . 
Robert ). Edwards, jr. Food Co-Op, Pan Ethnon B.A. in 
SIS . . . Kenneth J. Edwards, jr., B.S. Chemistry, CAS, 
Alpha Chi Sigma . . . Raymond C. Eckhart, Mathe- 
matics and Computer Science, Math Dept. Council, 
Rank and Tenure Committee, Educational Policy 
Committee Student Academic Council, Undergraduate 
Ass. Steering Committee — Math Dept, Academic Aide 
. . . Janice W. Eanet, CAS . . . //'// H. Dufresne, B.A. 
SIS/SGPA, VP French Floor, Dorm Court . . . Gary 
DuEour B.A. SGPA, Eagle, Ski Club, Veterans Club, 
Intern Capitol Hill Sen. Kennedy, . . . Sue Douglas, 
B.A. CAS . . . Kathleen Dodge, B.S. SGPA . . . Leslie 
Dobrow, CPA SGPA, Urban Affairs, University Singers, 
Treasurer, Alpha Chi Omega Sorority, Pi Sigma Alpha, 
Mortar Board, SGPA Council . . .Janet L. Disken, 
B.A. Elementary Ed., National Education Association 
. . . Michael Dimattina, B.S Chemistry, CAS. 




Thomas M. Dill, B S.B.A., SBA, Club Football . . . 
Daniel Louis. Derrico, CAS, Interdisciplinary Studies 
in Film, WAMU Disc Jockey, The Eagle, 6th floor 
Hughes President . . . Peter Deme, B.A. SIS . . . Jean R. 
Demarteau, SBA, B.S., Business Economics . . . Mary 
Ann A. Delengowski, School of Nursing, Ancient 
Astronaut Society, N.O.W., School of Nursing Repre- 
sentative to Faculty Committee, Paraphysics, Parasy- 
chology . . . )anyce A. Dean, . . . Gary E. Day, 
B.S.B.A., Intern with the Council of Better Business 
Bureaus . . . Meredith B. Davis, B.A. Elementary 
Education, Tavern Waitress . . . Merle S. Davidson, 
B.A. Psychology/B.A. Elementary Education, Under- 
graduate Psychology Assistant . . . Gary D. Davidson, 
B.A. Communications, Eagle Staff Editor, Varsity 
Soccer, News Service . . . Edward A. Davidson, B.A. 
in History, Swim Team . . . Amy Davidson, CAS, Ele- 
mentary Education and Psychology, RHA Secretary, 
Psi Chi, Tutoring . . . Faye A. Davenport, B.A., CAS, 
Girls Volleyball, Intramurals, Co-ed volleyball, 
OASATAU . . . Mary L. Daly, B.A. Sociology, . . . 
Deirdre D. Daly, CAS, B.S. . . . Arturo /. Cruz, SIS, 
Vice-President of the Latin American Student Associa- 
tion, B.A. International Studies . . . loan Cramp, B.A. 
Psychology/B.A. Sociology. 




Thomas Dill 
Daniel L. Derrico 
Peter Deme 
Jean R. Demarteau 

Mary Ann A. 
Delengowski 
Janyce A. Dean 
Gary E. Day 
Meredith B. Davis 



Lynette R. Davis 
Merle S. Davidson 
Gary D. Davidson 
Edward D. Davidson 

Amy R. Davidson 
Faye A. Davenport 



Mary L. Daly 
Deirdre D. Daly 

Arturo J. Cruz 
Joan A. Cramp 



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Roy Craig 
Catherine E. Cox 

Jill M. Cowen 
John W. Cover 



John P. Correri 
Don E. Cooper 

Ronald S. Cohn 

Karen L. Cohn 

Mona J. Cohen 

Linda Cohen 



Jeffrey B. Cohen 

Helene S. Cohen 

Carol A. Cohen 

Arthur J. Cohen 

David A. Cleveland 

Susan M. Clarke 

John P. Clark 

Paul B. Cissna 




Roy Craig, B.A. CAS . . . Ca(herine f. Cox, B.A. CAS, 
Academic Aide . . . //// Cowen, B.A. Graphic Design 
. . John Cover B.A. SBA . . . John Correri, B.S. Political 
Science Freshperson Treasurer, Intramural Football 
. . . Don E. Cooper, B.A. SBA, Var. Basketball, Intra- 
mural Softball . . . Ronalds. Cohn, B.A. Political 
Science, Pres. Phi Sigma Alpha, SGPA Committee on 
Undergraduate Programs and Practices, Pre-law So- 
ciety, University Judicial System . . . Karen Cohn, 
B.A. Sociology, Hotline . . . Mona Cohen, B.A. 
Communication, Teaching Assistant, Audio-Visual . . . 
Linda Cohen, B.S. CA] . . Jeffrey Cohen, B.S. B.A. 
Political Science, Freshperson Class President, Intra- 
mural football, KPU . . . Helene Sue Cohen, B.A. Art, 
Dean's List . . . Carol Cohen, Performing Arts . . . 

Arthur Cohen, B.S David Cleveland, B.S. Math/ 

Computer Science . . . Susan M. Clarke, B.S.B.A., 
Personnel, Labor Relations, Dorm Floor, Pres. -treas- 
urer, Assistant to S.C. Secretary, Staff Reporter on 
Eagle . . . John P. Clark II, B.S. B.A. SBA Intramural 
Football, Garden Room Club, Quad Frisbee, Intramural 
Basketball . . . Paul 6. Cissna, Anthropology B.A. 





faye F. Christian, B.A. Sociology, OASATAU . . . Monai 
T. Chase, B.A. Education, CAS . . . Bruce E. Chase B.A. 
SCPA, Tennis Team, SGPA Undergraduate Council, 
Dean's List . . . Mark David Caster, BSBA SBA . . . 
Michael F. Case, B.A. Political Science, Club Football, 
Intramural Sports . . . Andrew Caminsky, B.A. SCPA . . . 
Victor F. Calventi, B.S. Marketing, Baseball . . Jerry 
Carton, B.A. SGPA, Undergraduate Council SGPA, S.C. 
Finance Committee, S.C. Vice President's Staff, Young 
Democrats, Floor President, Eagle, WAMU . . . Pamela 
P. Carlson, B.A. Spanish, . . . Keith Campbell, B.S. 
Literature . . . Elizabeth Ann Campbell, B.A. SGPA, 
OASATAU, Mortar Board, Psi Chi, Intramural Volley- 
ball . . . Robert H. Cahill ]r., CAJ B.A., Alpha Sigma 
Phi, Intramural Sports . . . Sheila A. Cabrero, Dean's 
List, Honor Dorm, Psi Chi, . . . Valeri A. Byrd, B.A. 
Communication and Government, Eagle, Intramurals, 
OSATAU . . . Patrick L. Byler, B.A. History . . . Roberta A. 
Butler, B.S. Marketing/Real Estate . . . Stephen R. 
Burrill, SGPA, B.A Susan Burlant, B.A. Com- 
munications, Board of Elections, AEPi Rush Hostess, 
Record Co-op, General Assembly, Sigma Delta Chi, 
Assistant to the Editor of the Talon, Campus Corres- 
pondent, Manager Varsity Soccer Team. 




Faye F. Christian 
Mona T. Chase 
Bruce E. Chase 
Mark D. Caster 

Michael F. Case 
Andrew B. Caminsky 
Victor E. Calventi 
Alan Jerry Carton 



Pamela P. Carlson 
Keith J. Campbell 
Elizabeth A. Campbel 
Robert H. Cahill, Jr. 

Sheila A. Cabrero 
Valeri A. Byrd 



Patrick L. Byler 
Roberta A. Butler 

Stephen R. Burrill 
Susan R. Burlant 



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Nancy R. Burgeson 

Lois G. Brown 

Jan L. Brown 

Andrea J. Brown 

Jruce H. Bronson, Jr. 

Bruce R. Brill 

Parke M. Brewer 

Henry Brehm 



Gary L. Braithwaite 

Deirdre E. Braddock 

Joseph S. Brackeen 

Robert Bowes, Jr. 

Felicia T. Bornstein 
Elliot F. Borska 



Andrew D. Bogdan 
Susan F. Blumenfeld 

Jodi M. Block 
Gary S. Bleetstein 



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Leslie Blatt 
Richard S. Birnbaum 
Nancy J. Bieri 
Helaine F. Besdin 

Hal P. Bernton 
Marcia F. Bernstein 
Jill R. Bernstein 
Bruce A. Bernstein 




Leslie Blatt, B.A. Education, Member of NEA., Intra- 
mural Volleyball . . . Richard Birnbaum, SBA Market- 
ing/Personnel/Management . . . Nancy jean Bieri, B.S. 
School Of Nursing, Member of DC. Student Nurses' 
Assoc . . . Helaine Besdin, B.A.CAS, Student Teaching 
. . . Hal Bernton B.A. International Studies . . . Marcia 
Bernstein, B.A. Sociology . . . Jill Bernstein, CAS, PKW, 
Intramural volleyball . . . Bruce A. Bernstein, BA 
SCPA, Varsity Soccer, Intramural Basketball, Football, 
Chief Justice Dorm Court, Legal intern, Resident 
Advisor . . . Linda Berns, B.A. International Studies, 
Communications, Pan Ethnon, Jr. Year Abroad in 
London, Congressional intern, International week . . . 
Debra Berlyn, B.A. Psychology, Mortar Board, Psi Chi, 
Alpha Chi Omega, RHA Pres., RHA VP . . . Andrea L. 
Berkowsky, B.A. Communication, Mortar Board, 
Women in Communication, Sigma Delta Chi, Alpha 
Chi Omega . . . Karyl Berger, B.A. Pol. Science, 
Pres. Anderson Hall, Alpha Ghi Omega, Pan Ethnon, 
International Week, Off Campus Housing, AU Tour 
Guide . . . Susan M. Berg, B.A. Art History . . . Amy 
Berg, B.A. Sociology . . . Hardy Bennett, B.A. Sociology, 
OASATAU, Intramurals . . . Gertrude S. Bennett, B.A. 
Psychology . . . faye Bellet, B.A. Education . . . yoyce 
Becfon, B.A. Economics. 




Linda J. Berns 
Debra R. Berlyn 
Andrea L. Berkovsky 
Karyl N. Berger 

Susan M. Berg 
Amy F. Berg 



Hardy G. Bennett 
Gertrude S. Bennett 

Faye A. Bellet 
Joyce W. Becton 



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Susan N. Bayless 
Michelle Battaglia 

Beth J. Barton 
Victoria S. Bartch 



Bruce E. Barnes 
Warren D. Barker 

David W. Barbieri 

Patricia A. Banks 

Nanci E. Banks 

Jock A. Banks 



EllaM. Banks 

Karen Bamberger 

Joy E. Baltic 

Leonard J. Balon 

J. Richard Baker 

Leonard J. Bahlman 

Richard T. Baer 

Marc H. Baer 



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Susan Neville Baylees, B.A. Communications and 
Spanish, Member of Latin America Student Associa- 
tion . . . Michelle Battaglia, B.A. SGPA, Sorority, 
AEpi Rush Hostess . . . Beth H.Barton, B.A. El. Ed./ 
Psych, Academic Aid, Tutoring . . . Victoria Susan 
Bartch, B.A. Literature, CAS . . . Bruce E. Barnes, SGPA, 
AU Hockey Club, Hotline, Alpha Sigma Phi, Badabers, 
B.A. . . . Warren Douglar Barker, B.S.B.A. in Personnel 
Management/Marketing . . . David W. Barbieri, B.S. 
CA], Captain of A.U. Hockey Club . . . Patricia A. Banks, 
B.S. Mathematics, CAS, OASATAU, Undergraduate 
Assistant — Math Department . . . Nanci Banks, B.A. 
SGPA, OASATAU, Orientation Committee . . . jock A. 
Banks, B.S History, CAS . . . Ella M. Banks, B.S. CAJ, 
Intercity Youths . . . joy Baltic, B.A. Spanish, CAS . . . 
Leonard). Balon, CAS . . . /. Richard Baker, B.S.. SIS, 
President S.C., President Pan Ethnon, Editor The Dip- 
lomatic Pouch, University Senate, President's Advisory 
Committee, Freshman Observor, SIS Faculty Relations 
Committee, Co-Chairperson, International Week, 
Who's Who, Omicron Delta Kappa, Provost Advisory 
Committee, University Planning Council . . . Leonard 
j. Bahlman, CCE B.S. in Social Sciences/Technology 
of Management . . . Richard T. Baer, SIS, Language, 
Latin American Affairs, Pan Ethnon Secretary II, 
Junior year in Mexico . . . March H. Baer, B.A. SGPA, 
Intramurals, Phi Sigma Alpha . . . 





Elayne R. Babitz 
Robert E. Axelrod 
Ellen B. Aszkenas 
Howard P. Annenberg 

Sharon L. Anronelli 
Yousuf M. Anis 
Betsy L. Anderson 
Carol J. Amore 



Tamar A. Amirian 
AN A. Alsabah 
Fahad M. Al-Rajaan 
Dennis D. Allward 

La Nora Ali 
Joan M. Alboum 



Elayne R. Babitz, B.A. Fine Arts . . . Robert E. Axelrod, 
CAS, Alpha Sigma Phi, Hotline Companion, Eagle 
senior reporter, Pan Ethnon, B.A. Psychology . . . 
f//en B. Aszkenas, Honor Dorm, Honor Dorm Presi- 
dent, English Teaching Aide, Kennedy House Book 
Fund, Mortar Board . . . Howard P. Annenberg, B.A. 
History, Student Planning Committee, Club Football, 
Parking Advisory Committee . . . Sharon L. Antonelli, 
B.S. B.A. , SBA, . . . Yousuf, M. Anis, B.S.B.A. Marketing/ 
Finance, Pan Ethnon — Vice President, FORSA, Spanish 
Club, Eagle Advertising, Student info center, academic 
aides, Student Assistant Library, Dean's List . . . Betsy 
L. Anderson, B.A., SIS, Alpha Phi Omega, SIS Under- 
graduate Cabinet, University Relations Council, 
Mortar Board, Tavern Board, Pan Ethnon, The Diplo- 
matic Pouch . . . Carol ). Amore, CAS, Photographer 
for Eagle and Talon, field hockey team, Women for 
Women's Collective, Hotline Supervisor, Women's 
Honorary Society, Companion Service, Who's Who, 
B.S. in Psychology . . . Tamar A. Amirian, B.A., CAS . . . 
AHA. Al-Sabah, B.S., SIS, Soccer Team . . . Fahad M. 
Al-Rajaan, B.S., SBA, Soccer Team . . . Dennis D. 
Allward, College of Continuing Education, Genera 
Studies . . . La Nora Ali, B.A., CAS . . . Joan M. Alboum, 
B.A. Literature . . . Clayton R. Albiston, B.A. in Govern- 
ment . . . Issam M. Al-Bahar, B.S. Finance, Foreign 
Student Association . . . Charles B. Akinsiku, B.S. in Pre 
Med., UNESCO . . . Ebenezer A. Akinbolade, B.S. 
International Relations, Editor of the International 
Students Organization. 



flL Clayton R. Albiston 
Issam M. Al-Bahar 



Charles B. Akinsiku 
Ebenezer A. Akinbolade 



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Susan L. Aird 

Howard A. Adler 

David A. Adler 

David Adelberg 

Wendy E. Adamson 

Vuna Adams Jr. 

Toni S. Abramson 

Deborah V. Abernathy 



Christian M. Abeel 
Wayne M. Abb 

Eileen H. Rossman 
Nancy E. Hynes 

Barbara Schwinger 
Robert L. Melisso 





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Susan Aird, B.A. Music Education . . . Howard Adler, 
B.A. SGPA . . . David Adler, Talon Editor, Chairperson 
University Senate Student Relations Committee, 
University Senator, University Planning Council, Con- 
sumer Review Board, S.C. Publicity Director, Who's 
Who . . . David M. Adelberg, B.A. SGPA, Square Dance 
Club President, Inter Club Council — Vice Chairperson 
. . . Wendy £. Adamson, B.A. International Affairs/ 
Political Sciencejunior year in Switzerland, Honors 
Dorm . . . Vuna Adams jr., B.A. SGPA, Resident Advisor 
. . . Toni Abramson, B.A. CAS . . . Deborah V. Abernathy, 
B.A. Sociology/History, OASATAU, Volley Ball, Chorale, 
Childrens Theater . . . Christian M. Abeel, B.S. CAJ . . . 
Wayne Abb, BA in SGPA . . . Eileen ). Rossman, B.A. 
Psycology, CAS, Psi Chi . . . Nancy f . Hynes, B.A. 
Elementary Ed. /Spanish Cultural Studies, FTA, Studied 
Abroad, Deans List . . . Robert L. Melisso, B.A., 
Communication, E, General Assembly. 



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Friendship is always a sweet responsibilitv. never an opportunity. — 
Ali A. Al-Sabah . . .The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single 
step— Fahad M. Al-Rajaan . . . Life is beautiful; so enjoy it— Joyce 
Becton ... Do not fear what will happen tomorrow, because today's 
solutions are the foundation for tomorrow's solutions — Susan Neville 
Bayless ... To live in the hearts of others you leave behind is not to 
die. — Michelle Battaglia ... In the game of life always wear full equip- 
ment — Bruce Edward Barnes . . . With a smile, everything comes easy — 
Elayne Robin Babitz ... He who is not busy being born is busy dying. — 
Carol Cohen . . . Today is the tomorrow you worried about yesterday — 
John P. Clark II . . . I've always believed in involvement. I've always felt 
that if a person feels strongly enough about something to take a stand 
and then he should be willing to devote his energies to his own special 
priorities and projects — jerry Carton . . . Anything worth having is worth 
cheating for — Robert H. Cahill jr. . . . Success cannot be measured with 
dollar signs and happiness not with smiles — Gary E. Day ... Hi Mom and 
Dad — Mary Louise Daly . . . Just one or two years, and a couple of 
changes behind me now — Jim Fitzpatrick ... If you can only respect 
others, others cannot respect you, first you must respect yourself— 
Mitchell Fuerst . . . There is nothing more important in the world than 
other people as individuals — Amy Fass . . . Whatever you do, do the 
best — Sharon Coodwyn . . . Understand those around you and you come 
to know yourself— Robert M. Haushalter . . . Love is the rainbow of life— 
Diane Kienast . . . Being entirely honest with oneself is a very good 
exercise— Gary Lestlinger . . . Once a bird finds its wings its life can 
begin and only death can still its flight— De6/ Keith . . . Today is the 
tomorrow I've dreamed about, but more wonderful than I ever im- 
agined — Barbara Jo Katz ... I want to discover as many things in my life 
as I can— M. Dennis Karp . . . The challenge has just begun— Margaret 
Jones . . . Feeling like succotash in a field of sassafrass — D.M. Jones . . . 
Nothing should be more highly prized than the value of each day — 
Jeffrey Krieger . . . Anyone who says he can't without even trying is 
robbing himself of the chance to succeed — Jeffrey Love ... To maximize 
profits is in our society morally and socially sound. We should therefore 
strive to be anti-social — Jeffrey McCord . . . Those things are not des- 
cribed — just felt — Juan Jose Martinez . . . It's got to be hard to be good — 
Brian J. Nouy ... If I knew where I was going, I would probably cancel the 
trip — David E. Nigh . . . Never stop trying to make others the least bit 
happier — Jill D. Neiswender ... To have progress today, one must com- 
plete commmtments of yesterday while planning for tomorrow — 
Louvenia Person . . . Anyone can destroy, but those who are wise save 
creation — Alexander W. Wiley ... To Live is the rarest thing in the world; 
most people exist — that is all — Jody Wilens ... If you don't believe in 
miracles, you're not a realist— Barbara Sieger . . . It's been a long time 
coming but looking back its easy to say, it was all worthwhile— Warren 
Douglas Barket ... I believe in the truthfulness of logic and the moral 
righteousness of freedom and justice for all — Joy Baltic . . . Life means 
more to me than yesterday but not as much as tomorrow — Victor 
Calventi . . Be number one— Arturo Cruz . . . Where there is life there is , 
hope— Roberta A. Butler . . . Smile— Bruce R. Brill . . . Sayoonara— Susan 
M.Berg . . . Work at it— Michael F. Case ... It is never too late to get an 
education — Jean Demarteau. 



page 79 



for AU/May 1975 



some had told me not to come 

but i wanted to go 

and i went 
holding nothing but the unimaginable future in my mind 

at first it hurt 

because no one cared 

and neither did i 
and thought of leaving approached reality 

but the strangers became people 

who turned into friends 

and caring became a way of life 
and i began to wonder why i'd ever considered going 

but it all too soon became routine 

I and the magic slipped away 

there wasn't time enough to leave 
so i remainded and wallowed 
and now i'm going because the time for belonging here is over 

although i'm not happy i know i should be 

- 
i wonder what ever made me stay 
i wonder why i had ever wanted to leave 



page 80 




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Larry Lyons, Albert Royals, Terry McLarney, Tom Kochanski, Andy 
Halpern, Scott Mandel, Vernon Reynolds, )oe Day, Don MacFarland, 
Donald Brawner, Andy Watts, Mike Reeves, Peter De Treville, Tommy 
Dill, Randy Teufel, Bill Klein, Alvin Jones, Bob Gaines, Chris Oliveri, 
Harold Anderson, Lowell Lease, John Gahan, |oe Gelardi, Ellery Kenner, 
Peter Bowes, Tase Ellinger, Peter French, Bill Hemby, Anthony Williams, 
Richard Bartley, Myron Murray, Gil Chism, Arnie Grubel, Rich Lewis, 
Ernest Todd, George Bell, Ernest Kinard, Bernard Warren, Kevin Daniels, 
Scott Kelly, Gale ST. Peter, Bobby Goldberg, Dave Rosen, Staff: Jeff 
Klein, Steve Winter, Bob Walker, Eric Schultz, Managers: Marie Simpson, 
]o Stecher, Patty Wemch, Ann Bertussi, Evelyn Derby, Coaches: Stan 
Ross, Jack Carter, Doug Woodbury, Steve McGugar, Jack Duquette, 
Chris Oliver. 



American 


U 20 


American U 





American U 


3 


Livingston 


7 


North Carolina 


7 


Fairfield U 


3 


American 


U 7 


American U 





American U 





Catholic 





Fort Belvoir 


26 


Federal City 
College 


48 


American 


U 7 


American U 


3 






Virginia 




Galludet 


13 


American U 


6 


Commonwealth U 






St. John's 


5 





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Ron Farrara, Jerry Mallen, Bob Andreoli 
(cap't), Steve Snider, Dan Moskowitz, Dave 
Pailtinnaeri, Dave Rosen, Jack Mclntyre, 
Bill Panzer, Jack Brown, sieve Star, Rich 
Hirsh, Goshell, Bob Karch (coach). 




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by many, the 1974-75 American 
University Basketball season proved 
not only to be an exciting campaign 
but successful to boot. With only 
one victory in their first three 
games the Eagles looked as if they 
may suffer through a meager .500 
season. Then came the American 
Revolution of years past once again. 

A 96-52 trouncing of Loyola 
College of Baltimore followed by 
victories over the University of West 
Virginia and crosstown rival George 
Washington University gave the 
Eagles the Presidential Classic 
Tournament championship once 
again. The Classic also emphasized 
the excellent scoring potential of 
the 6-foot 5-inch sophomore for- 
ward Calvin Brown. In the game 
against West Virginia "CB" as he 
is affectionately known by all 
scored a career high of 30 points 
and took 16 rebounds in a stellar 
performance. 

The Eagles then showed what 
they were made of once again with 
a victory over the University of 
Southern Mississippi in the Hatter 
Classic Tournament before losing 
to Stetson University in overtime 
for the championship. 

After splitting the next two games 
AU put their 8-4 record on the line 
against Georgetown University in 
the city championship to decide 
the best in the Capital. Things 
began to get quite exciting at this 
point. 




With no time remaining on the 
clock the end of the second over- 
time Eagles lead 81-80. George- 
town's Bill Thomas who was fouled 
a heartbeat before the buzzer stood 
at the foul line with the world in 
his hands. One plus one signalled 
the referee with his hands. Thomas 
could make the first shot to tie it 
up once again and earn a bonus 
shot to win it. Fearful silence fell 
on Fort Meyer. Tension gnawed at 
the partisan American University 
fans. The shooter stood at the line, 
searching for the poise and the 
victory during this time of pressure. 
A crumpled paper cup came flying 
out of the stands and landed at 
Bill Thomas' feet with a malicious 
intent and a message — PRESSURE! 



Schedule 



Nov. 30 


Rider 


Dec. 4 


Catholic 


Dec. 7 


St. Francis (Pa.) 


Dec. 11 


Loyola (Md.) 


Dec. 14 


Delaware 


Dec. 17 


Howard 


Jan. 3 


Presidential Classic 


Jan. 4 


G.W.,W.Va., B.U. 


Jan. 6 


Hatter Classic 


Jan. 7 


Stet., Lehi., S. Miss. 


Jan. 11 


Gettysburg 


Jan. If) 


Syracuse 


Jan. 22 


Georgetown 



Jan. 25 


St. John's 


Jan. 28 


Long Island 


Jan. 31 


Temple 


Feb. 5 


St. Joseph's 


Feb. 8 


Duquesne 


Feb. 12 


Navy 


Feb. 15 


Hofstra 


Feb. 17 


Drexel 


Feb. 19 


LaSalle 


Feb. 24 


W. Chester 


Feb. 27 


King's 


Mar. 1 


George Washington 



Mar. 4-7-8 ECC Championships 



Eagle Photo 
Thomas readied himself once again 
seemingly more poised this time. 
Finally, the shot by Thomas — no 
good! The Fort erupted in joyous 
celebration as a sea of people 
flooded the Eagles in ecstasy. 

The excitement continued on. 

Six days later the Eagles flocked 
with the Blackbirds of Long Island 
University. The Eagles were losing 
throughout the game. They trailed 
the Blackbirds by seven points with 
only 1 :30 left to play. The game was 
over. But then turnovers and a tech- 
nical foul allowed AU to draw with- 
in one point 6 seconds before the 
buzzer. A charging foul by LIU 
turned the ball right back to the 
Eagles with four seconds left to 
play. Calvin Brown's 18-foot jump 
shot with one tick of the clock 
remaining gave AU an amazing 82- 
81 victory over the shocked Black- 
birds. Once again Fort Meyer ex- 
ploded with joy. 

The Eagles then proceeded to win 
their first two East Coast Confer- 
ence games against Temple Univer- 
sity and St. Josephs College of 
Philadelphia gaining their first win 
in Philly's Palestra ever. The two 
victories were by a grand total of 
three points. 

The handwriting was on the wall. 
The American Revolution was still 
alive and kicking. 



page 90 



Varsity 

Howie Kane 
Donald Kelly 
Dante Fulton 
Brad Creenberg 
Jim Neurohr 
Wilbur Thomas — cap't. 
Cleo Wright 
Tay Waltenbaugh 
Calvin Brown 
Ricky Hunt 
Howard Lassoff 
Bill Mann 



Roger Moscowitz — manager 

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Michael Alston 

Orlando Batista 

Andre Carley 

Jim Certa 

Bobby Fried — co cap't. 

Louis Graves 

Herb Jamison — co cap't. 

Mark Pagano 

Rob Peay 

Steve Samuels 

Hume Smith 

Preston Twyman 

Coaches 

Jim Lynam — Head coach 
Don Dijulia — Ass't. varsity coach 
Bill Ulbin— Ass't. coach 
Richie Pierce — Trainer 
Ray Murphy — Sports Information 
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Sherry Williams Kuykendall (cap't., Jill Far- 
rington (cap't.), Meri Rogers, Sue Ryan, 
Avater 'Mousey' Winborne, Ruth 'Dee' 
White, Sydney Turner, Margie Samuels, 
Karen Daniels, Debbie Cohen, Larry Nyce 
(coach). 



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Tennis 

Jack Kline 

Doug Hebard 

Jeff Seiken 

Jim Nagel 

Ed Kornstein 

Peter Toland 

Philip Barr 

Gary Block 

Alan Pearlstein 

Larry Nyce — coach 



Larry Miller 
Pete Mehlert — coach 





Women's Swimming 

Jill Farrington 
Natalie Lashmit 

Elena Otero 

Nina Hepburn 

Lynn Kimmel 

Darlene Monda 

Lorayne Robertson 

Linda Friedman 

Elizabeth Halas 

Sandy Callner 

Nancy Bunting 

Sue Ryan 

Margie Samuels — manager 

Barbara Reinmann — coach 



Men's Swimming 

Jose Cortina 

Pete Engelstad 

BillO'Connell 

Eric Yakuchev 

Joe McDonald 

Fred Neihoff 

Jim Bronson 

Tommy McDonald 

Bruce Jones 

Chip Marshall 

Bob Brtez 

Peter Sharpe 

Rick Fitzgerald 

Joe Rogers — coach 




page 93 




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Sharon Crane 

Lisa Bernstein 

Cheryl Davis 

Melissa Fields 

Gloria Carett 

Lauren Kalos 

Julie Kaye 

Grace On 

Lisa Perl 

Angela Stanley 

Margie Samuels — manager 

Virginia Hawke — coach 

Steve Beinstock — ass't coach 




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BUDGET ACCOUNT # 3410.751— STUDENT 
CONFEDERATION GENERAL 



Object Number Classification Title 



.033 


Part-Time Staff Salaries 


$ 7,300.00 


.110 


Professional Services 


7,500.00 


.121 


FICA 


450.00 


.200 


Supplies/Expenses 


2,000.00 


.203 


Printing/Duplicating 


1,500.00 


.204 


Telephone/Telegraph 


6,750.00 


.210 


Travel 


100.00 


.252 


Postage/Shipping 


300.00 


.264 


Equipment Repair 


400.00 


.266 


Contractual Expenses 


150.00 


.280 


Food Service 


100.00 


.400 


Scholarships 






President (mandatory) 20% 


519.00 




President (optional) 20% 


519.00 




President (summer) 15% 


389.00 




Vice President (mandatory) 


0% 260.00 




Vice President (optional) 10% 260.00 




Comptroller (mandatory) 25 


o 648.00 




Comptroller (optional) 25% 


648.00 




Comptroller (summer) 15% 


389.00 




Secretary (mandatory) 10% 


260.00 




Secretary (optional) 10% 


260.00 


.711 


Transfer from Current Funds 


3,000.00 


.770 


S.C. Contributions 


2,800.00 


794 


Total Expenditures 


$36,502.00 


1751 


Total Revenues 


-0- 


3410.751 


Total Allocation 


$36,502.00 



BUDGET ACCOUNT # 3410.753— STUDENT 
CONFEDERATION PUBLICITY 



Object Number Classification Title 



.200 
.202 
.203 

794 
1753 



Supplies/Expenses 
Advertising Expenses 
Printing/Duplicating 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 
TOTAL REVENUES 

TOTAL ALLOCATION 



$ 750.00 
1,475.00 
1,500.00 

$3,725.00 
-0- 

$3,725.00 



page 100 





executive Committee 



Rick Baker, president 
Steve Christy, vice president 
David Legge, comptroller 
Calvin Hackeman, secretary 
Martin Sir, SUB chairperson 
Fran Zankowski, parliamentarian 



page 101 



BUDGET ACCOUNTr 3410.755— S.U.B GENERAL 



Objecl Number Classification Title 
■400 Scholarships 

Mandatory 20% 
Optional 15% 
Summer 15% 



794 
1755 



S.C. Contributions 



TOTAL EXPENDITURES 
TOTAL REVENUES 



TOTAL ALLOCATION 



Balance 

$ 519.00 
389.00 
389.00 



$4,297.00 
0- 



$4,297.00 



BUDGET ACCOUNT # 3410.762— FALL WEEKEND 



Object Number Classification Title 



.110 
.200 
.268 

794 
1762 



Professional Services 
Supplies/Expenses 
Rental of Equipment 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 
TOTAL REVENUE 

TOTAL ALLOCATION 



Balance 

$10,000.00 

500.00 

3,000.00 

$13,500.00 
-0- 

$13,500.00 



BUDGET ACCOUNT # 3410.763— SPRING WEEKEND 



Object Number Classification Title 



Balance 



.013 
.110 
.200 
.268 


Honoraria 

Professional Services 
Supplies/Expenses 
Rental of Equipment 


$1,500.00. 

12,000.00 

400.00 

3,000.00 


794 
1763 


TOTAL EXPENDITURES 
TOTAL REVENUES 


$16,900.00 
-0- 



3410.763 



TOTAL ALLOCATION 



$16,900.00 




Note 1: Any excess monies left in the orientation weekend 
and fall weekend accounts will be transfered into Spring 
weekend professional services. 



BUDGET ACCOUNT # 3410.766— S.U.B. CINEMA 



Object Number Classification Title 



Balance 



.007 
.121 


Wages 
FICA 


$ 900.00 
54.00 


.252 
.268 


Postage/Shipping 
Rental of Equipment 


300.00 
7,000.00 




TOTAL EXPENDITURES 


$8,254.00 


794 


TOTAL REVENUE 


-0- 


1766 
3410.766 


TOTAL ALLOCATION 


$8,254 



page 102 



Concert Committee. 



Bob Siclick — chairperson 
Jonathan Falk 
Dave Hochberg 
Debbie Klienberg 
Brian Lazarus 
Rick Morse 
Steve Redisch 
Rich Rothschild 







Tav^rrvBoari 



Cal Hackeman, chairperson 
Dave Sikloski 
Wendy Ruhlin 
Mike Gale 
Dave Heffler 



Student Union Board: 

George Decker 

Gary Barron 

Marc Garretto 

Sue Cocking 

Martin Sir, chairperson 

Jason Gold 

Cathy Hagerty 

Jon Falk 

Mike Winter 



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COFFEEHOUSE 

David Zinn 



page 103 



BUDGET ACCOUNT * 3410.757— STUDENT ATHLETIC 
COUNCIL 



Object Number Classification Title 



.210 
.770 


Travel 

S.C. Contributions 


$2,000.00 
4,500.00 


794 

1757 


TOTAL EXPENDITURES 
TOTAL REVENUES 


$6,500.00 
-0- 


3410.757 


TOTAL ALLOCATION 


$6,500.00 



BUDGET ACCOUNT # 3410.767— DEPARTMENT OF 
COMMUNITY AFFAIRS 



Object Number Classification Title 



.200 


Supplies/Expenses 


$ 100.00 


.205 


Insurance Expenses 


1,400.00 


.262 


Automotive Expenses 


400.00 


.270 


Gas and Oil 


400.00 


.280 


Food Service 


150.00 


.770 


S.C. Contributions 


700.00 


794 


TOTAL EXPENDITURES 


$3,150.00 


1767 


TOTAL REVENUES 


-0- 


3410.767 


TOTAL ALLOCATION 


$3,150.00 



BUDGET ACCOUNT # 3410.765— COFFEEHOUSE 



Object Number Classification Title 



.110 
.200 



794 
1765 



Professional Services 
Supplies/Expenses 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 
TOTAL REVENUES 

TOTAL ALLOCATION 



8a/ance 



$5,000.00 
400.00 



$5,400.00 
-0- 



$5,400.00 



BUDGET ACCOUNT # 3410.764— S.C. SOCIAL 



Object Number Classification Title 



.110 
.200 

.268 


Professional Services 
Supplies/Expenses 
Rental of Equipment 


$15,500.00 

650.00 

4,500.00 


794 
1764 


TOTAL EXPENDITURES 
TOTAL REVENUES 


$20,650.00 
-0- 


3410.764 


TOTAL ALLOCATION 


$20,650.00 



page 104 




Ward Wilson — chairperson 

Ralph Goldstein 

David Paynter 

Barry Reiter 

Sam Swersky 

Scott McMurray 

Tricia Glenn 




Social Action Council 



Clark Howard, chairperson 

Anne Bader 

Lori Bernstein 

Julie Bloom 

Lawson Bryan 

CharleneCaid 

Lisa DelGuidice 

Derek Dubin 

Terri Engelsher 

Tom Hahl 

Blanche Hill 

Judy Huss 



David Isquith 
Steve Kashishian 
David Kole 
Mutch Mutnick 
Lyndall Penny 
Barbara Peterson 
Al Piatt 
Joel Sachs 
Ellis Shratter 
Barbara Tatge 
Marlene Ullnick 
Cindy Willey 





The G^naral Assembly 



Rick Baker 
Steve Christy 
David Legge 
Calvin Hackeman 
Martin Sir 
Fran Zankowski 
Lee McGee 
Millie Ryan 
Gail Mutnik 
Bruce Olin 
Leslie Pullman 
Michael Collins 
Arthur Lerner 
Miki Yaras 
James Cassell 
David Facciolo 
Keith Steiner 
Ellen Litman 
Ed McKenzie 
Steve Wieckert 
Barb Gaylord 
Charles Rothenberg 
Bob Davidson 
Alan Russo 
Felice Glassel 
Marvin Raab 
Hedi Hirschman 



Alan Jacobs 
Jack Broadbent 
Susan Burlant 
Philip Cohen 
Rodney Gray 
Beth Herbst 
Andy Hill 
David Kole 
Paul Laursen 
Meri Rogers 



page 105 



BUDGET ACCOUNT a 3410.770— CLUB FOOTBALL 



Object Number Classification Title 



.013 


Honoraria 


$ 3,500.00 


M10 


Officials 


650.00 


.110 


Doctors at Game 


1,000.00 


.200 


Supplies/Expenses 






Uniforms 


2,000.00 




Training Supplies 


2,000.00 




Team Game Supplies 


1,000.00 




General Expenditures 


150.00 


.205 


Insurance Expenditures 


5,000.00 


.210 


Travel 


2,000.00 


.214 


Guarantees 


2,750.00 


.300 


Deductible Safe Fund 


650.00 


794 


TOTAL EXPENDITURES 


$20,700.00 


1770 


TOTAL REVENUES 


4,000.00 


3410.770 


TOTAL ALLOCATION 


$16,700.00 



Note 1 : The comptroller should not 
authorize any expenditure in addition 
to the allocated $20,700 until the club 
has raised at least one-half of its 
revenue figure. 

Note 2: No expenditure would be 
approved until the team submits a 
program for raising of revenue. 



BUDGET ACCOUNT # 3410.768— HOTLINE 



Object Number Classification Title 



Balance 



.200 
.203 
.204 
.252 


Supplies/Expenses 
Printing/Duplicating 
Telephone/Telegraph 
Postage/Shipping 


$ 400.00 

1,000.00 

500.00 

100.00 


794 
1768 


TOTAL EXPENDITURES 
TOTAL REVENUES 


$2,000.00 
-0- 


3410.768 


TOTAL ALLOCATION 


$2,000.00 




ConsfituVion GommYVY 66 



Fran Zankowski 
chairperson 
Brian Johnson 
Roger Lang 
Hope Levy 
Ed McKenzie 
Chuck Rothenberg 
Richard Sprecher 




UniV6rsiis/Bucig6.i- Committee 



page 106 



Finance Committee 




Arthur Lerner, 
chairperson 
Mary Bush 
Jerry Carton 
Steve Christy 
Mike Collins 
Mark Garretto 
Jason Gold 
Cal Hackeman 
Brian Johnson 
Kathie Karr 
Marsha Klosner 
Chris Lehman 
Chuck Rothenberg 
Bruce Taylor 
Jeff Zimmerman 




Government Operoti ons 



Chuck Rothenberg, 
chairperson 
Fred Biery 
David Facciolo 
Barbara Gaylord 
Marcia Klosner 
Chris Lehman 
Alan Russo 
Mary Urkhart 



Ed Varrone, 
chairperson 
Alen Hibbard 
Lynn Miller 
David Natkow 
Jacqui Porth 
Alan Russo 
Lynda Selde 
Keith Steiner 
Steve Weickert 




page 107 



BUDGET ACCOUNT # 3410.760— INTERNATIONAL WEEK 



Object 


Number Classification Title 


Balance 


.013 


Honorarium 


-o-' 1 


.110 


Professional Services 


$ 350.00 


.200 


Supplies/Expenses 


150.00 


.203 


Printing/Duplicating 


175.00 


.252 


Postage/Shipping 


50.00 


.267 


Rental of Space 


100.00 


.268 


Rental of Equipment 


150.00 


.280 


Food Service 


740.00 


794 


TOTAL EXPENDITURES 


$1,715.00 


1760 


TOTAL REVENUES 


-0- 



TOTAL ALLOCATIONS 



$1,715.00 



NOTE 1 : Honorarium for speaker will be 
provided out of the KPU account. 



BUDGET ACCOUNT # 3410.761— ORIENTATION WEEKEND 



Object Number Classification Title 



Balance 



.013 
.110 
.200 
.268 
.280 


Honoraria 

Professional Services 
Supplies/Expenses 
Rental of Equipment 
Food Service 


$2,000.00 
10,900.00 

600.00 
3,000.00 

600.00 


794 
1761 


TOTAL EXPENDITURES 
TOTAL REVENUES 


$17,100.00 
-0- 


3410.761 


TOTAL ALLOCATION 


t17,100.00 



page 108 




Brian Johnson, 

Comptroller Dec. 74-March 75 



Don Sable, S.C. secretary March 74-Sept. 
74 




Susan Holtzman, S.C. receptionist 



Glenn Mitchell, department of academic affairs 



Bruce Bronson, department of commuter affairs 




Lenny Zakim, department of political affairs 



Judy England, department of community affairs 



page 109 



BUDGET ACCOUNT # 3410.752— KENNEDY POLITICAL 
UNION 



Object Number Classification Title 



.013 
.200 
.210 
.280 


Honoraria 
Supplies/Expenses 
Travel 
Food Service 


$14,880.00 

100.00 

250.00 

75.00 


794 


Total Expenditures 


$15,305.00 


1757 


Total Revenues 


-0- 


3410.752 


Total Allocation 


$15,305.00 



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Cathy Williams, vice chairperson 

Joe Pastori, secretary 

Dave Adelberg 

Fred Biery 

Chuck Callen 

Jack Davenport 

Judy England 

Dave Facciolo 

George Folsom 

Jack Frazier 

Mitchell Fuerst 

Leland Camson 



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Barb Gaylord 


Dale Reed 


Jan Gibbs 


Bill Roberts 


Richard Granada 


Bob Senseney 


Bob Halprin 


Keith Steiner 


Phil Helberg 


Laurie Stevenson 


Tom Hohl 


Don Stinson 


Clark Howard 


Robert Tabaras 


David Isquith 


Marita Tabaras 


Kathy Karr 


BarbTiemann 


Richard Leupold 


Joel Wolke 


MarcPfeiffer 


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I his means the 
objective! ol tcachini inner .its 

ulhs dexter'- 
nutritional food P*< 
ami Ihe heritage and ; 
BU( knees y\U still be 

maintained A Halloween rarts 
issiiieduUd i • Octobei 26, and 

Thanksgiving and 

kwatwaait hiistmaa) tcttvitiea 
are being planned for the 
iutiirejill admits there is tBUct 
in working with the 
I Ill'Rl I Onmunil . Breakfast 
Program. K any \l Brother >r 
States Lin Lonlnbute three hours 
on Saturday mornings to this 
community tffoft, contact Jill at 
0ASA1 M . M 
Black Cultural FloM :44 in; 
or COtM by Our Redeemer 
Church at ttwth Capitol Street 
and Rhode Island Avenue Nr. 
Saturday mornings from 10 am 
till I pm. Three hours really is 
not much time to donate and 
besides, it's for the young bloods 
who need positive examples to 
lead the way for them 



bs Llrllaphin* Kails h 

\l s Board of Trustees mel 
Monday Octobei ;i in the 
School >.f International Sers 
ice s lounge and the meeting 
turned oul to be one of constani 
anil heated debates 

The topis most discussed and 
getting participation from the 
Lb) Board members 
prevent concerned Trustee Dan- 
iel Norwood s displeasure re- 
garding the administration's 
progress in securing 
tunds for the new. prop, sed 
library 

wood had earlier re- 
sealed 10 the Board American 
Lmveisiis s ranking among pri 
-rsitics nationwide re 
ceiv.ng both public and private 
funds and was highly disturbed 
to find AC ranked < 7 lh in out 
side support and ranked 18th in 
unisersii^ 

Trustee Norwood abo stated 

to the Board he was . . 

turbed' ihal Ihe administrators 

sers intle to raise 

the proposed new 

librarj 

President George H Williams 
then rt .. 

attacking AU 
and the administration was a 
u like speech and 
used inuendo nusinformatisin. 
and no information at all " He 
jointed, 
tree wheeling statements cannot 
continue to be made " And that 
"speeches here raise less money 
than actually going out and an 
liciling contributions ' 

Board members ex- 
pressed their support and ap- 
M N rJ"l state- 

ment Trustee E Barrett Pretty 
man said he did noi think the 
response to President Williams 
wis .ipptoprialc. and thai "very 
few of the gutty problems come 
before Ihe Board 

"A few of ihe members were 
extremely agitated because an 
understanding could not be met 
by all concerning the librars 
and stating that President Wil 
liams and the present admtnis 
tralion was "doing a fine sob 



The Board however did vol* 
■IS approval ol ihe I9">4 ?J 
Faculty Appointments and the 
1 974 »J Student Confederation 
budget It also approved the re 
cJaaasssstatloa of the Department 
.I t<!usalion to itvr School of 
f duration 

The Board adjourned alter 
four hours of deliberation with 
a plea from ICen Gilbert. Presi 
dent of the Graduate Council, 
to form a committee of students 
and faculty members i 
Ihe Trustees with information 
concerning aspects of the uni- 
serxils the Board seldom hears 

This proposal along with a 
recomnic ok into 

the procedures behind 
ing activity fees guidelines pro 
posed by the Board was referred 
ro the Student I ife Committee 
s usually insited to 
Board of liuslees meetings are 
the chief administrate 
the President of the Student 
the editor of 
and the Station 
Manager of w\\U xM T he 
special guests incited to attend 
svete the Preside.u of the Grad- 
uate Council, -ind for the firs! 
time. Ihe designated rcpresenia 
" S MM 




Ttsa Black Studkam 
rvJ«wtp«ptw «t the 
AtTMarictfi Urwyajraity 



BUDGET ACCOUNT #3410.769— OASATAU 



Object 


Classification 


Balance 


Number 


Title 




.008 


Wages 


$ 2,500.00 


.017 


Student Wages 


2,820.00 


.110 


Professional Services 


2,180.00 


.121 


FICA 


309.00 


.200 


Supplies/Expenses 


875.00 


.203 


Printing/Duplicating 


5,320.00 


.204 


Telephone /Telegraph 


300.00 


.210 


Travel 


250.00 


.252 


Postage/Shipping 


100.00 


.280 


Food Service 


1,350.00 


794 


TOTAL EXPENDITURES 


$16,004.00 


1769 


TOTAL REVENUES 


-0- 



TOTAL ALLOCATION $16,004.00 



The object of the Organization of African 
and Afro-American students at the American 
University (OASATAU) is to improve the cli- 
mate of this University for Black students in 
order to make it more conducive to the pur- 
suit of a satisfying life style for African 
and Afro-American students. To this end 
OASATAU works for curriculum reform, better 
representation, cultural awareness, and Black 
consciousness. 



OASATAU 




page 114 




Rodney Gray, General Assembly 

President 

Dellaphlne B. Rauch, Chairman 

Social and Cultural 

Hubert Lyles, Chairman 

Political Committee 

John H. Garnett, Chairman 

Finance Committee 

Jill Coverton, Chairman 

Administrative Committee 

Leroy Tillman, |r., Chairman 

Public Relations & Publications 







page 116 



A 



fsrZ 







'<>~s*irzr' 



~-& Vi :. 




The President's Building 



HikmqClub 



Barbara 

Gaylord 
Bill Kollar 
Elizabeth 

Morgan 

Laura Freeman 
Clay Exton 
Angela Borg 
Eric Richstein 
Barbara Loch 
Richard Hall 
Elizabeth Hall 
Teri Nachazel 
Bill Clark 
Bjorn Eidem 
Harvey 

Seidman 
Hank Weiss 
Fran McCrackis 
Heather Nelson 
Cathy Pearson 



Jim Lewis 
David Caplan 
Melotte Erma 
Gordon Strunk 
Fred Thiemann 
Idamarie Giusti 
Hal Bernton 
Lisa Kind 
Mark Sturges 
Marilyn Jablow 
Clark Howard 
Marianne 
Guffra 
Maria Rebeck 
Cynthia Arnold 
Jim Simon 
Amy Fass 
John Spurling 
Steve Corbett 
Joyce Owens 
Jonie Anthony 









Michael Zuckerman 
Harrison Fisher 
Fran Zankowski 
David Adler 
Donna Reed 
Joan Fishbein 
Rob Stoddard 
Henry Salmon 
Bruce Taylor 
Anne Marie Schissler 
Robert Endruchat 



Bill Boiler 
Cathy Williams 
Gary Seidman 
Jack Broadbent 
LeRoy Tillman 
Jo Williams 
Shirley Yarnall 
Glenn Harnden 
Dr. Isaac Welt 
Mitchell Mutnick 



POedUa Commission 




page 118 




1kpubl.conCliib-l%3 



ColkcjeRtpubl icons 



Cynthia Arnold, Donna Churchill, Kevin Dematteo, 
James Eldert, Lee Gamson, Tricia Hanover, Scott 
McMurray, )ohn Palatield, )ohn Ptok, Charles Callen 
III, Sherri Cottle, Bill Coburn, John Smutko, Fred 
Biery, Wendy Ruhlin, Christopher Rieck, Jr., Sue 
Scheeren, Judy Ward, Paul Messner, Gary Barron, 
Vance McCarthy, Melissa Morse, Bill Boiler, Douglas 
Lynn, Sheila Beja, Steven Gilroy, Doug Fischer, Cathy 
Williams, Maria Relieck, Charles Rothenberg, George 
Decker, Ron Cohn, David Childs, Barry Langley, Steve 
Weickert, Sue Heller, Joe Wiley, Don Stenson, Alan 
Widman, Beth Knapp, David Facciolo, Roger Snair, 
Bradford Minnick. 



Katharine Karr, 


Robert Borwick 


President 


Ken Blondell 


Martin Sir 


Richard Sprecher 


Jerry Carton 


Arlene Goldman 


Linda Silver 


Stephen W. Christy 


Arthur Lerner 


Ken Bailey 


Leslie DeRoy 


Bobbi Blok 


Jason Gold 


Allen Russo 




VounqTiOnocrats 




page 119 



iFlashbacWSft 



Best Loved Girl 

n\ women crowded into the 

ij the women's dormitoi ics u> hear chc results 

of the Be ontesi \n outstanding senior, 

l ' was chosen b) popular vote as the 




Ugly Man on Campus 

tudents have the opp< Ugh Mat 

on ( ampus. Men are nominated by various campus organizations, .iiu 
the contest is sponsored In Alpha P 

.is votes, and the contestant accumulating the most moncj is the winner 
The pi vhich provides hooks 

food, and for professors to go to university centers around the world 
us year's Ugly Man is ATO's (.us Holmes. .1 government major. 11 
. in his fraternity, the Psychology club, and intramural sports 
The 1963 contest featured .1 week-long program, a speaker from thi 
World ! ' ice, and a Beauty and the Beast dance. 




- 



LAtyy Ro^ 



jL-U/ 



Talon Queen 



page 121 



Chese> Club 



Jack Frazier, President 
Dave Merriman 
Mel Casselberry 
Roger Branch 
Nelson Freck 
Tom Kintner 
David Lloyd 
Stu Schwartz 





uares 



page 122 




HiUel 



Fran Atlas 
Karen Bamberger 
Daron Bar-Levav 
Ruth Bass 
Karyl Berger 
Linda Berns 
Joyce Berlin 
Linda Block 
Sauci Bosner 
William Brendler 
Robert Davidson 
Maureen Degnan 
Henry Dubro 
Laura Ehrenkranz 
Leslie Fanwick 
Jay Feinberg 
Linda Cladstein 
Helaine Heiman 
Beth Herbst 
Richard lacobson 



Richard Katz 
Ralph Kramer 
Mark Levin 
Richard Mosesen 
David Natkow 
Rick Nusblatt 
Marvin Raabb 
Nirdi Relis 
Bob Royhberg 
Evelyn Rothstein 
Joey Rothstein 
Rich Scheiner 
Susan Shulman 
Sharon Segal 
Suzanne Seid 
Art Seiden 
Debbie Shifrin 
Jay Shulman 
Keith Steinner 
Linda Vogelman 
Terry Welty 
Joel Wolke 
Blossom Zell 
Linda Zocks 



Sailing Club 




Bob Senseney 
Richard Mella 
Joyce Gradziel 
Vivian Stahl 
Phil Cohen 
Leslie Spencer 
Bruce Guttler 
April Kniep 
Bob Enderuschot 
Joan Lawrence 
Robert Bayles 
John Engber 
Jill Mellon 
Cyndy Hall 
Tom Hanson 
Joel Schwartz 
Joel Seidman 
Scott McMurry 
Debra Greenberg 
Michele Miled 
Beth Mekee 
Debbi Lewis 
Steve Reoch 
Micheal Farah 
Valerie Price 
Jane Wells 
Kathi Johnson 
Polly Proud 
Lisa Moeller 
MikeMillot 



page 123 




Tao £ih 



-non 




David Adelberg, Michael Aiezza, Jonie Anthony, ). Paul Apfelbeck, Anne 
Bader, Robert Baker, Phillip Barr, Lindsey Batchelder, David Batdorf, 
Roderick Bayless, Edwin F. Beemer, Sheila Beja, Linda Berns, Brent 
C. Berwager, Fred Biery, Maxine Bond, Lavvson Bryan, Charlene Caid, 
Charles G. Callen, Albert Calluso, Cathy Carr, Tony Caruso, Lowell 
Chen, Claire Chingos, Young Choi, Mitch Cirker, Erie Cohen, Rachel 
Coopersmith, Colin Connery, Lewis Cornell, Sharon Craig, Cindy 
Damon, Arthur Dodge, III, Dilek Dogrul, Robert Doherty, Paul Donog- 
hue, Derek Dubin, Henry Dubro, Terri Engelsher, Diane Erikson, David 
Facciolo, )ay Feinberg, Foland Finkelman, David Fish, Amy Fleishaker, 
Mike Fleischauer, Debbie Fioritto, Laura Freeman, Donald Calbraith, 
Dean Centzler, Idamarie Giusti, Patricia Ann Glenn, David Goessling, 
Peter Goffing, Amy Goldsmith, Mary Goodman, Debra Greenberg, 
Cynthia Hall, Tim Helsing, Allen Hibbard, Blanche Hill, Lynne Hoover, 
Christian Ifejokwu, Hiroshi Inoue, Brian A. Johnson, Steven Kash- 
ishian, Theresh Keelaghan, Lois Kent, Cheryl Kirklin, Paul A. Komarek, 
John Krug, Michael Levine, Laurie Londoner, Wendy Lopata, Vance 
McCarthy, John B. McConville, John Macedo, Anne Marie Magro, 
Colleen Mahoney, Howard Montoff, Nancy Ann Mauck, Ellen Mayer, 
Ivan Mbagintao, Scott C. McMurray, Paul Meek, Lynn N. Miller, 
Marc Dean Millot, Terrance Mitchell, Abbe Mittler, Bill Morin, Rich 
Moseson, Zvi Moy, Mitchell Mutnick, Gregory Nichols, Monica Nolte, 
Obura Nzegwu, Geraldine O'Leary, Diane Paraskevas, Catherine D. 
Pearson, Anita Marie Petito, Andrew Pollack, Jacqui Sue Porth, Donald 
H. Pretzer, Maria C. Rebeck, Steven Roech, Jesse Rhines, Rosemary 
Rinaldi, Jorge Rivera, Lorayne Robertson, Rebie Roeth, Jean Rosen, 
Bill Ross, Robin Rossberg, Paul Rothstein, Allen Russo, Arthur 
Rypinski, Wendy Ann Sacks, Sue Scheeren, Jeffrey Schwab, Sharon 
Kay Segal, Mark Shapiro, Elaine M. Sherman, Mitchell Shore, Julie 
Siegel, Fotios Skovzes, Donald E. Spears, Vivian Stahl, Angela 
Stanley, Barbara Stein, Lisa Stein, Keith Steiner, Craig Stier, Elaine 
Stolaroff, Lisa Stolaruk, Gordon Strunk, Barbara Tiemann, Charles 
Traub IV, Merri Beth Uckert, Robert Valdez, Judy Ward, James 
Lawrence Watts, Heddy Weinstein, Barbara Weiland, Cindy Willey, 
Kevin Wise, Chansil Yuvanboon, Mai Zerden. 




'Record Co~op 



Bruce Taylor, Manager 

Richard Wimburne, Market Manager 

Donna Gaskin, Assistant Manager 

Mitch Asche 

Dan Barton 

Carol Boston 

Dave Warren 

Jack Broodbank 

Jim Ryer 

Fred Taffae 

Larry Schwartz 

Rich Rothschild 

Myra Weinstein 

Al Siskin 

Jane Levine 

Sue Heller 

Debbie Louis 

Patty Zeitz 

Ken Schwartz 

Debbie Warren 

Gary Davidson 

Pam Vospeurgh 

Meri Rogers 







Trench Club 

Karen Pedone, Nancy Fowler, Renee Eickhoff, Valerie 
Price, Anita Arndt, Betsy Anderson, Regina Hodge, 
Nancy Oliver, Lynn Ellinger, Diane Vasco, Joanne 
Kowalski, Mary Damron, Vivian Stahl, Barbara Stein, 
Margarita Smith, Vice-President, Amelia Young, Nancy 
O'brien, Mariete Talbergs, President, Mona Chase, 
Treasurer, Lisa Moeller, Cynthia Shortman, Nesta 
Leveson, Robyn Pocket, Gloria Brienza, Graduate 
Resident, Heather Thomas, Anne Bertussi, Terri 
DeBoer. 




I94»3 
French Cluk> 



page 125 




5AV « 



Oh sure^eres plen+^ more to froterni-hes 
+hon beer and booze -take uiOMen fo^ 

GVOMplC. 




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What a* I doina? Whaf 
does it loo* lite TnS 
doinq?Im living fte 

wild corefrer h'fe of 
my fraternity. * 



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Mft»Vl 



page 126 



* In pleased and happtj -that sororltfes 
havcqotten biqqer, but could qou please 
remove your foot froM c*m ice CfgoM ? 




Misery »s - pulling an 
oil mqh+cv and then 
hove someone ^a^ U)ow, 
you Most hove had 

Q wjjd SOfOn+u pOrKj 



Greeks 




Nouj, for ijoor next step towards 
Greek initiation. . # " 




Ive a'uwys ujonder^d obouf- cjou, UWIioms.' 



"Cartoons by 
Barb Wieland" 



page 127 



'Phi SiqtnaSKjna 




Maria Chanin, President, Elise Wolfe, Freddi Kling- 
hoffer, Dilek Dogrul, Robin Taub, Sophie Hoffman, 
advisor. 



page 128 





Rob Stoddard, President, Paul Schloss, Vice- 
President, David Facciolo, Secretary, Gary 
Barron, Cor. Secretary, Andy Silberstein, Treas- 
urer, Keith Steiner, Pledge Master, Bob Seltzer, 
Bruce Olin, Bruce Taylor, Tex Terkel, Ed Var- 
rone, Dave Warren, Dan Barton, Tom Hutton, 
Ken Schwartz, Fred Taffae, Tom Hansen, Bob 
Senseney, Brian DeMarco, Dave Natkow, Rich 
Scheiner, Craig Hanson, Brian Johnson, Dean 
Gentzler, Andy Gasparik, Dave Heffler, Gary 
Hendrickson, Mark Hesse, Stuart Kosh, Paige 
Kreigel, John Kizug, Scott McMurray, John 
Rothstein, Paul Singer, Jeff Sappir, Jim 
Speiser, Steve Weickert, Neil Young. 



Alph. 



Jon-Pi 




*®mm 




President Jan Rogers, Carol Abbott, 
Missie Allen, Lois Barrett, Katie 
Bonner, Karen Brill, Na Chung, 
Judy England, Lisa Delguidace, 
Felice Glassel, Dinah Drake, Debbie 
Fioritto, Leslie Fanwick, Gaby Geas- 
lin, Dawn Hansen, Tricia Hanover, 
Jenny Harris, Lois Kent, Lauren 
Kalos, Jane Kitson, Iris Levinson, 
Wendy Lopata, Anne Marie Magro, 
Carole Martin, Janet Martin, Abbe 
Mittler, Sheila Meeder, Susan 
Oestreicher, Geri O'Leary, Barb 
Peterson, Beverly Peterson, Cathy 
Peterson, Jacqui Porth, Jean 
Rosen, Anne Marie Schissler, Deb- 
bie Scott, Lynda Selde, Sue Schee- 
ren, Elaine Sherman, Barb Tie- 
mann, Karen Williams, Judy Ward, 
Bonnie Weston, Barbara Wieland. 

page 129 



Thi Sigma KbppoL 

David Brand, Gene Costa, John Sin- 
clair, Arthur Dodge, Michael Jones, 
Steven Cothelf, Rick Rinaldi, Brian 
Ramsperger, David Wolf, Joe Pizza- 
rello, David Rosen, Don Rathe, Nick 
Repak, Jeff Wienstein, Andy Hill, Jules 
Ravo, Joel Sachs, Tom Moran, Glenn 
Mitchell, Pete Detreville, Howie Har- 
row, George Folsom, Harry Zionts, 
Paul Pendall, Mark Shapiro, Pete 
Saver, John Rachlin, Mike Long, 
George McGovern, Moskowitz, Frank 
Magnoli, Tim Temple, Joe McDonald, 
John Gahan, Perry Frank, Garn Ander- 
son, Ted Nussdorfer, Jack Cassell, 
Don Galvin, Dave Bartdorf, Jim Mitch- 
ell, Keith Curry, Bill Boiler, Ted 
Wallach, Pete Heimsath. 




"N 




Al pha Chi Ortega. 

Fran Atlas, Janet Babbitz, Toni Banet, 
Melissa Barrett, Karyl Berger, Andrea 
Berkousky, Debbie Berlyn, Leslie Dobrow, 
Meryl Greenberg, Toby Nan Handerl, 
Randi Jacobs, Sue Kittner, Robin Lieber- 
man, Jill Neiswender, Midge Parker, 
Linda Radianoff-Rowley, Nirdi Relis, Sue 
Rhodes, Kathy Russo, Lesley I. Wolff. 



page 130 



'Phi mix 



Gail Mutnik, President, loan Smut- 
ko, Vice President, Beth Knapp, 
Treasurer, Barbara Gaylord, Secre- 
tary, Cyndy Wesen, Pan-Hellenic, 
Lynne Allison, Tricia Ashworth, 
Chris Cleary, Julie Heizer, Debbie 
Kratenstein, Joan Lawrence, Alice 
Marsen, Corrine Robbins, Michele 
Ross, Meryl Schaffer, Nancy Waine, 
Stephanie Woerful, Carolyn 
Yomtov. 




V. 




AlphoTmiCWs* 



Jim MacDonald, President, Pete 
Engelstad, Vice President, Chris, 
Oliveri, Mark Crobman, Jeff Hol- 
den, Tom Kochanski, Chris Ran- 
dall, Joe Higgins, Kevin Krause, 
Dave Legge, Treasurer, Dave Lain, 
Howie Vine, Joe Coyle, Bill Klein, 
Larry Imhoff, Bob Bretz, Brian 
Murphy, Earthquake Redisch, 
Avery Bently, Neal Lerner, Bruce 
Balsam, Joe Cerlardi, Bill Karpf, 
Andy Levine, Paul Marks, Sean 
McCuiness. 



page 131 



(\\ pha Siqraa'P hi 



Bob Axelrod, Stephen Behrer, Bob 
Bower, Dennis Dunne, Timothy Mc 
Prouty, Chuck Billone, Scott Franklin, 
Andy Lane, Kevin Wise, Charles Klotz, 
Dana Robertson, Pat Scatuorchio. 




r 




RmhefiefticCounci I 

Stephanie Woerfel, Sheila Meeder, 
Leslie Wolff, Cyndy Wesen, Jane Kit- 
son, Janet Babbitz, Maria Chanin. 



page 132 




page 133 



Hurst. R. Anderson 
Forensic Society 



Iottt Siqrrvji- Pi 



David Focciolo 
Hope Levy 
Cathy Corbett 
Betsy Anderson 
Tom Hail 
Steve Weickert 
Derick Dubin 
Doug Dooley 



David Adler 
Carol Amore 
Michael Bazinet 
Debra Berlyn 
Lois Brown 
Mary Bush 
Bruce Chase 
Gary Cohen 
Ronald Cohn 
Michael DeMattina 
Leslie Dobrow 
Raymond Eckhart 
Marti Elkus 
Judy England 
Joan Fishbein 
Mark Caretto 

Pearl Hall 
Jeffrey Hodes 

D.M. Jones 

Glenn Kessler 

Robin Kvitko 

Edward Kunz 

David Legge 

Sherry Kuykendall 

Joanne Palumbo 

Cathy Peterson 

Donna Reed 

Janine Rogers 

Alan Roth 

Henry Salmon 

Russell McAllister 

Laurie Schaeffer 

James Schear 

Jacqueline Schmitt 

Martin Sir 

Bruce Taylor 

Tom Terkel 

Susan Van Alstyne 

Edward Varrone 

Jeffrey Zimmerman 

Richard Baker 

Brian E. Foss 

Calvin Hackeman 
Gail Mutnik 
Cyndy Wesen 



Lynn Reamer 
Jo Ann Jackson 
Lida Firouzi 
Cynthia Winston 
Ranae Noves 
Sondra Bordon 
Lydia Roche 
Patricia Trzaskmon 
Rosalie Angelus 
Irene Glowinski 
Rosalyn Gross 



SiqmoDfcHcx On 



Jeff Hodes, President 

Joanne Paulumbo, Secretary 

Jackie Nedell, Treasurer 

Elda Brown 

M.J. Fiocco 

Judith Taub 

Nathen Rosen 

William E. Robinson 

Maurice A. Herbert 

Cynthia A. Hecht 

Keith F. Girard 

Gary Gerstein 

Mary Beth Franklin 

Denise M. Zaraska 

Carole Szpak 

Connie Sutton 

Steve Piacente 

Saliu Jimi Ogunlana 

Robert C. Stoddard 

Robin Mara Kvitko 

Linda Kopf stein 

Jadwiga Janucik 

Robert H. Knight 

Shirley L. McNerney 

George A. Gillis III 

John E. Newman 

Susan Munroe 

Donna Reed 

Robert Hughes 

Diane Classman, Faculty 

Advisor 
David W. Hearne, Faculty 
Loretta Robinson, Temporary 
Marian F. Pfrommer 
Edward Bliss, Jr. 
Robert O. Blanchard 
Lewis Wolfson 



AEDPrt med 
Honor Society 



Michael Zelman, President 

Richard Mella, Vice Pres. 

Richard Huhn, Secretary 

Frank Holtzman, Treasurer 

Ellen Fuhrer, Advisor 

Richard Leupold 

Jay Charbajian 

J.Willis 

Perry Solomon 

Mark Cohen 

Rick Weiss 

Ed Nemore 

Sunday Morgan 

David Helsel 

Behnam Salamat 

Joel Schwartz 

Michael Kavangh 

M.J. Greenberg 

S. Friedman 

B. Hirsch 



Wonrverv j.n 
Co mr»iu*\icttt ior* 



President: Mary Beth Franklin 
Vice President: Amy Jo 

Weissman 
Secretary: Andrea Berkovsky 
Treasurer: Donna Reed 
Advisors: Marilee Menard, Jo 

Williams 
Andrea Berkovsky 
Lori Bernstein 
Susan Burlant 
Gayle Farber 
Barbara Fee 
Mary Jane Fiocco 
Mary Beth Franklin 
Diane Glassman 
Lesley Halpern 
Amy Kauffman 
Donna Reed 
Pam Small 
Amy Jo Weissman 
Judy Taub 
Pamela Werner 
Mindy Zegas 
Angela Airall 
Cynthia Hecht 
Sheila Prinz 



page 134 



KcLppa 



1974-75 

Calvin Hackeman, President 

Brian Foss, Vice President 

Edward Varrone, Secretary 

J. Richard Baker 

James Clarence Cusser 

Mark Garretto 

Eric Censer 

Brian Johnson 

Brian King 

Ken Schwartz 

Fred Taffae 

Bruce Taylor 

Fran Zankowski 

Jeffrey Zimmerman 




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P^ortaLC 

'Board 



Magda Abu-Fadil (treasurer), 
Betsy L. Anderson, Ellen B. 
Askenas, Andrea L. Berkovsky, 
Debra R. Berlyn, Lois C. Brown, 
Mary J. Bush (Vice-President), 
Elizabeth A. Campbell, Leslie K. 
Dobrow, Martha J. Elkus (Presi- 
dent), Judy A. England, Theresa 
Gibbs, Linda Grip, Pearl L. Hall, 
[Deborah S. Keith, Robin M. 
Kvitko, Robin R. Landis, Jill D. 
Neiswender, Joanne Palumbo, 
Cathy A. Peterson, Donna M. 
Reed (Historian), Janine R. 
Rogers, Kathleen A. Stankevich, 
Jacqueline M. Schmitt (Sec- 
retary), Doris J. Sofinowski, 
Betsy B. Storm, Cynthia L. 
Wesen (Selections Chairman), 
Advisors: Mrs. Jo Williams, Mrs. 
Yvonne Polisky, Dr. Joanne 
Yamauchi, Ms. Julia E. Billings, 
Regional Coordinator Ms. Jean 
Echepers. 



page 136 



'Rho£ps\\orv 



Edward Pagett, President, Janice Stango, Vice President, 
Bruce Wagner, Treasurer, Henry Salmon, Secretary, Ina 
Bechhoefer, Faculty Advisor, Otis T. Amory, Jr., Mallory 
Andrews, Rudolf M. Bertang, Charles L. Blackwell, Boyd S. 
Brooks, Gerjard, A. Buschman, Thomas Clarke, Walter 
Crater, Frederick Davis, William Ellis, Robert Enzel, Carl 
Gewirz, Lawrence Green, Lester Grizzard, Stuart Hess, 
Ralph Hisle, Major R.L. Hayes, )ohn Hyson, Robert 
Kicherer, jamer Krauser, Bruce Klinger, Edmond Kogan, 
Dino Kostianes, Charles Jamison, Stanley Langfeld, 
Michael Lipson, Robert MacPherson, Howard Menditch, 
Betty Moore, Charles Moore, Thomas O'Connor, Frank 
Porter, Garland Reid, Benjamin Ronis, William Rucker, 
Patricia Ryan, Charkes Shinn, Loren Myles Simkowitz, 
Frederick Thorns, John Urciolo, Raphael Urciolo, Saul 
Weinberg, Emmett Williams, J.D. Williams, John Willey, 
Douglas Wright, Gregory Zuk, James Brincefield, Richard 
Landy. 





A 



"PhiSicynaA^pha 



Ronald S. Cohen, President, Muchael 
G. Bazinet, Linda Berns, Bruce E. 
Chase, William E. Coburn, Glenn Kirk 
Davidson, Jill Hannoco Dufresne, 
Biran E. Foss, Erick J. Genser, Linda 
Nadia Grip, llene K. Grossman, 
Maureen Gail Hollander, Miriam L. 
Mager, Thomas Davis Martin, Robert 
Gary Marschlausen, Charles L. Miller, 
Jr. Roxane Nass, Janice Podoll, James 
Michael Proudfood, Dianne E. Ren- 
nack, Andy Lee Ross, Paul S. Roth- 
stein, Martin Stephen Sir, Alan J. Roth, 
Alan Sanders, Steven Silverman, Sally 
Kay Younger. 



ftiChi 



Sheila Cabrero, Nancy Hagler, 
Tom Mangan, Barbara Koren- 
blit,Vicki Handheld, Carol 
Amore, Sylvan Schaffer, Miriam 
Eigner, Amy Davidson, Debby 
Kleinberg (Secretary), Barbara 
Fairchild, Gail Oliver, Alix 
Mendes, Wayne Avis, Robin 
Rosenberg, Gail Mattison 
(Treasurer), Carolyn Pooley, 
Jane Newman (Vice-President), 
Jeff Zimmerman (President). 
Friends of Psi Chi Steve Boren, 
Joanne Lauder, Ruthie Peltz- 
man, Joseph Levy, Susan Fitz- 
gerald, Denise Hantman, Wendy 
Ackerman, Judy Nelson, Meryl 
Peizer, Gail Nelson, C.R. Zell, 
Diane Sollee, Joan Cramp, Tina 
Dolan, Jon Powell, Jean 
Gallatin. 




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Ladies and Gentlemen: 

Welcome to Camp A.U. For the next four years you will live 
here, eat here, sleep here, and learn here. It will not be easy. 
It will be easier at times, but never easy. You will be put 
through a series of difficult and crucial tests when your ability 
to survive the A.U. experience with the least amount of 
permanent damage will be tested. In order to survive these 
tests, you will need what we veterans call the A.U. Survival Kit. 
You are to have these items in your possession at all times. 
You will need these items to complete the next four years 
safely. Good luck! 

3vXfcrtViA, 

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A. (J. SuruivoA KVt 





Hair Dryer: Use after every shower or rainfall. 



Broiler Oven: Campus Food services will require that you 
cook for yourself, lest you become seriously ill. 





Platform Shoes: To disguise yourselves in the crowd. 

Telephone: So that you can communicate and send vital 
messages. 



Checkbook: To meet with the cost of living. 




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Drugs, /eans, and Stereo: Universally known to college students. 
Any two of these must be included in this kit, with the third an 
option. 




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when used in addition to other choices. 




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TO ALL MY FRIENDS— we finally 
made il! Where did the time go? 
Remember all the good times we 
had together. Good luck AEPi 
and everyone else who hasn't 
graduated. Love always, Leslie. 
TO MAURY AND MARY JEAN, May you 
live long and prosper. From Larry. 
ON THE WAY BACK from the shore, 
stop at 137. 

HOSANNAH, DON'T GIVE your love 
to sexy Ida (bump-bump), she's 
the (bump) sister of a black 
widow spider, (bump) 
BRUCE,CUSALECHA? 
LESLIE— SOMETIMES you win, some- 
times you lose and sometimes you 
don't lose anything at all — Gail. 
FUNKY DICTIONARY. 
TO A.H.— WALTER Cronkite dead? 
PHI SIGMA KAPPA— we'll have to 
admit, you are da best. Signed, 
AETT, ATO, AlO 
BY NOW I should be an expert on 
the Arab-Israeli conflict and 
chemistry. 

NURSE KATHLEEN D.G.— Just wait 
one more semester and then I 
will marry you — Jan. 1, 1976. 
We may even beat Susy and Mike. 
I love you! — Lawyer Robert L.E. 
WALTER-WALTER-WALTER, Does he 
really have to sleep? 
Nov. 13, 1974— BY THE time this 
yearbook comes out it will have 
been 2 years and 6 months. Well 
Hank, I hope we are still together. 
Love, Derek. 

BE FOREWARNED!! The AU minority 
will never forget Pearl Harbor!! 
HERE'S TO hot Chuck and cold Dany. 
PHI SIGMA KAPPA stud service: con- 
tact Red Racko for interview in the 
Office of the Dean. 
REMEMBER KVITKO— because some- 
day she'll be "up there" with Kalb 
and Cronkite; if not maybe she'll be 
"down there" "digging dirt" with 
Rona Barrett. 

". . . FROM QUIET HOMES first begin- 
nings out to the undiscovered ends, 
there's nothing worth the wear of 
winning but the laughter and the 
love of friends. — Hope 
TOTHEGREEK— F.O.A.D. 
DEAR L.F. — we came to AU alone and 
leave together. For that alone AU will 
mean alot to me. — K.S. 
GAIL, YOU'RE the Chairperson— D. A. 
TO THE LETTS HALL staff members 
and desk receptionists: you're the 
greatest bunch in the world to work 
with! I really enjoyed it. — Bill D. 
for me for the next two years, 
love, Fran A. 
COLORADO 

TO KIM, USN— Happy Bar Mitzvah, 
from the Summer of 74 and the guys 
attheG.S.A. 

WHEN THE HELL are we getting off 
campus? 

"WHETHER THE DAY of the two dozen 
roses ever comes up or not, life 
will go on; just don't settle for 
. a lesser happiness." 



TO THOSE on 3rd North during the ~ 
3 years, RHA, 6th North, RHA, Alpha 
Chi, Sorority Row, S.C., Hillel, 
and to my other friends and crushes- 
Thank you for everything. Love, Bergs 
AU TAVERN MUGS 
I'LL PUNCH you in the mouth again 
if I see you eating. 
LOVE THAT Macke crap. 
RUSTY— YOUR pictures are dusty. 
TO THE AU FOOTBALL Rookies- 
Andy, John, Harold, Magic, Spider, 
George, Ernie, etc., I leave three 
more years of sweat and my enthusi- 
astic supporter. David "Rosebud" 
Rosen. 

DON, LET'S get to sleep already— 
Gary. 

GOING HOME TO 3640 is the best. May 
our seats ever be warm. 
WAMU-AM PRESENTS President Ford, 
Henry Kissinger, Moshe Dayan, and 
the American Nazi Party all on one 
show. WAMU 610 AM your campus 
radio station. 

MERRI— YOUR cheers are queer. 
AND LIFE ITSELF seem lunatic, who 
knows where madness lies . . . but 
worst of all is to see life as it 
is and not as it should be. 
6th FLOOR LETTS: If you don't like 
Frank Sinatra that's your tough luck! 
The Greek. 

IF YOUR READING this right now 
you're not in Colorado. Yeah! 
A— REMEMBER The Pike's Peak, 
Shakeys, 31 Flavors, monument hop- 
ping, 14th St., Woodies, house hunt- 
ing, Annapolis, getting our haircut, 
anthropology, sociology, our VW's, 
American University, me and the good 
times we had — P. 

MARION, HOPE you find what you're 
looking for — Hope. 
BRUCE, YOU'RE A cute cheerleader. 
TO ALL THOSE at WAMU-AM who are 
graduating 1975, Best of Luck! 
. . . Mindy 

MONA, MARITE AND NANCY, 710 
Hughes will always be remembered 
for their feminine charm signed their 
madam. 

TO THE TALON STAFF, If you are 
reading this April 25 then we 
have made it, thanks for every- 
thing. — Dave. 

I WILL MISS YOU O'Washington, 
D.C.; your buildings, monuments 
and political characters. 
RICK, THANKS for making my first 
year special. — Hope. 
"WHAT A LONG strange trip 
it has been." — Joie. 
TO MY FAVORITE redhead, I loved 
you then, I love you now, I'll 
always love you, because you 
are-you! keep smiling, Racho, 
— the girl with the urges!! 
SUGARPLUM, I have this craving 
for pork fried rice! — Henny Hendon. 
JOANIE, YOU'RE full of baloney. 
NORTHBOUND TO JERSEY. 



I LOVE my curler bonnet. 
PHI SIG— YOU are da best without 
a doubt. We had a great year and 
next year will be even better. 
Also, you new alumni: we wMI 
always appreciate your contri- 
butions of money. 

HENNYPOT, I DON'T know if it was: 
Peter Pan; bumping; sleeping; re- 
arranging the room; jelly bread; 
cravings; Sibley; "I Can Help"; 
our literature; 1-10; Hoover; 
snacking; friendship . . . But thanks. 
GOOD LUCK TO Sue and Jeff, a long 
and happy life together, many 
children and grandchildren, from 
Letts Hall Resident Advisors. 
TO ARTHUR— Nobody can take you 
seriously. 

POOH, WE MAY part in body but 
never in soul. I'll always have 
a soft spot for you. Loves, Winnie. 
IT'S ALWAYS SAD saying good-bye 
to people you care about. But the 
good-bye is not important, the years 
before are. If all else was sad, I'd 
be happy because of my friends. 
WHAT'S UP IN ALBANY? 
THINK OF A NAME that begins 
with"D". 

DEAREST JOHN— Guam, Peter Pan 
Nursery School, 13 years, Wash., 
D.C., 2 years, American University. 
A lifetime . . . And yet there's more 
to come. See you in 13 more years 
and at the age of 32, we can 
reminisce again. Will love you 
forever. — Karen. 

LONG DISTANCE from your sister? 
What a letdown? 
TINA, I HOPE the day will be a 
lighter highway. — H. 
"CARRY ON" 
"SET TO JET" 

SEPARATE BEDS. I should hope so. 
TO ALL MY DEPARTING "Fraternal 
Aquaintances": Although you are 
leaving AU, I am sure I will 
spend many hours with you in 
the future. Love, Ralph O'Rourke. 
MR. ALLAN C— IT started with 
card tricks, A walk around the 
track, Todays Tea and a Telegram 
But did it end???— 6th Floor 
WHAT HAS BECOME of Corso e 
ricorso? Technos, of course! 
CLARK, WILL YOU ever get a new 
pair of pants? Terri — a great 
roommate even if she forgets to 
lock the door. Dan Is Perfect. 
Roger never changed. Dave learned 
to like me. Thanks — Blanche. 
MAROON, DID I say it right, Nina? 
late pudding, joining the 
Marines, Terry, Turtles, Pooper, 
Brillo, Roy Roger's, and TENSION 
. . .all thanks to AU. 
WE'RE BEING surrounded by sorority 
chics. 

THURSDAY— get linens. Make 
Debbie's bed. 



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The Woroens Luncheon 

The Community Relations Department 
of the Student Confederation sponsored a 
Business Womens Luncheon in the Collier 
Room of the Mary Graydon Center on 
November 13, 1974. A reception followed 
in the Faculty Dining Room for all students. 

Prominant women from the D.C. area 
mingled with students who had been 
chosen by a lottery from those who signed 
up. The women represented a vast back- 
ground of areas; careers in the arts, educa- 
tion, and business. Also volunteers and 
leaders in such projects as the Red Cross 
and ACTION. 

Students explained the numerous activi- 
ties on campus related to community 
services; Big Buddy Program-tutoring local 
elementary school children, a Hotline 
service, involvment in D.C. PIRG, and 
periodical food drives for holidays. 

Judy England, chairperson of the Depart- 
ment, organized the reception with the 
help of several students. Although contre- 
versial to its end, the luncheon was con- 
sidered a success by most. 





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Former Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Dayan spoke to a 
receptive audience in Ward I on Monday, November 11,1974 
while occasional chants from Palestinian Liberation Organ- 
ization (PLO) supporters outside filtered through the walls. 
Dayan said the Palestinians remain devoted not only to an 
independent state, but to the takeover of Israel itself. 

In Ward II, where Dayan's speech was shown via closed 
circuit television to students unable to get into Ward I, pron 
Palestinian hecklers shouted angrily in response to Dayan's 
defense of Israel's long standing refusal to negotiate with the, 
PLO. 

At the beginning of a week which marked the recognizee 
participation of the PLO in a U.N. debate on Palestine, Dayan 
said there is "no room" for a Palestinian state between 
Israel and Jordan. 





The Clir^o^Bluti'Bftnd 



The "Climax Blues Band" started the (irst of twenty-six con- 
certs of their sixth U.S. tour at American University on Sunday, 
October 27, 1974. It was a warm, windy day; perfect weather for 
a concert. "Evernow", a local band, was the backup band. 

" 'Climax' was expected to give the least of the concerts in 
the Fall semester, but their performance was the best", com- 
mented Rich Rothschild of the SUB Concert Committee. There 
were no technical problems, and both the sound and stage were 
flawless. 

The band featured Peter Haycock, lead and slide acoustic 
guitars; Colin Cooper, tenor saxophone, clarinet, blues harp, 
guitar and vocals; Derek Holt, bass, guitar, piano; and John 
Cuffley, drums, percussion. 

Haycock had the audience howling like coyotes and on their 
feet for a standing ovation by the time "Paper Hat" was com- 
pleted. "Climax" closed their set by hurling frisbees out into 
the audience. But AU brought them back for a double encore. 
They played a lot of songs from their recent albums with a few 
old ones interspersed, and as a special addition a new one or 
two. 



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"The New Riders of the Purple Sage" brought out close to 5,00i 
people, on Sunday afternoon, September 22, in the Woods-Browi 
Amphitheater. It was one of the most successful concerts at Al 
because they attracted a wide range of people, from freaked out spao 
cadets to the more moderate ballad listener. 

The crowd waited an hour due to the discrepancy over the construe 
tion of the stage. The audience apparently didn't mind. 

The "New Riders" gave a good show, with a good mixture from ol< 
and new albums. About 80° o of their newest album was sung. 

They have a strong dislike for being labeled "country-rock". A 
"The Riders of the Purple Sage" they played with Gene Autrey. Thet 
they became the "New Riders", and were given national exposure b 
touring with the "Grateful Dead". 





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Bruce Springsteen's American University concert 
on November 23 in Leonard Gym was received by a 
responsive and enthusiastic audience. Although there 
were various technical delays which required the 
crowd to wait for two hours the concert proved to 
be a definite success. After playing three and a 
half hours Springsteen responded to the tremendous 
reaction of the crowd by giving two encores. 

Springteen's technique is to start out on a mild 
tone in his songs, then build to a strong cresendo by 
the end. This proves to capture the audience in the 
buildup. 

Bruce Springsteen is from Asbury Park, New Jersey 
which was also a factor in drawing a large number 
of students. The students related to the beach and 
boardwalk, the themes of his songs. 




The kickoff for the SC led tuition fight included a presentation to the General 
Assembly about comparitive admissions standards and profiles of entering 
freshman classes. 




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The University Senate in action with the issue 
of 11% tuition hike the most contreversial 
topic to come before it in several years. Provost 
Cleary ponders the topic under discussion, while 
student University senator Gail Mutnik argues 
against the raise in tuition Approximately 300 
interested students attended in the course of 
the four-and-a-half hour hearing. 




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1953 — Joseph Stalin died, March 5. Mount Everest was 
conquered on May 29. First USSR announce- 
ment of H-Bomb explosion Aug. 20. 

1954 — Nautilus, first atomic-powered submarine, 
launched Jan. 21. Racial segregation in schools 
was ruled unconstitutional by Supreme Court, 
May 17. Sen. Jos. R. McCarthy was condemned 
by Senate for unacceptable behavior. 

1955 — Warsaw Pact signed, May 14. Juan D. Peron, 
President and dictator of Argentina, was de- 
posed, Sept. 19. 

1956 — Egypt seized Suez Canal July 26. First trans- 
Atlantic telephone cable used Sept. 25. UN Nov. 
5 established first first international police 
force to supervise truce in Middle East. 

1957 — First underground nuclear explosion set off 
by Atomic Energy Commission in Nevada Sept. 
19. First man-made satellite, Sputnik I, was 
launched by Soviet scientists Oct. 4. 

1958— First US earth satellite, Explorer I, launched 
Jan. 31. Gen. Charles de Gaulle became French 
Premier June 1. Jet airliner passenger service 
across Atlantic opened Oct. 4. First domestic 
jet airline passenger service between New York 
and Miami opened Dec. 10. 

1959 — Fidel Castro assumed power in Cuba Jan 1. 
Lunik I launched by Soviet scientists Jan 4, 
orbited the sun as first man-made planet. 
Soviet Premier Khrushchev paid unprecedentec 
visit to US Sept. 15, conferred with President 
Eisenhower. 

1960 — First French nuclear test explosion Feb. 13. 
Adolf Eichmann's capture in Argentina by Israeli 
agents announced May 22. 

1961 — US severed diplomatic and consular relations 
with Cuba, Jan. 3. Maj. Yuri Gagarin of Soviet 
Union became first human space traveler 
Apr. 12. Cmdr. Alan B. Shepard, Jr. manned 
the first US sub-orbital flight May 5. 

1962 Lt. Col. John H. Glenn, Jr. became first Ameri- 
can in orbit, Feb. 20. Supreme Court ruled on 
June 25 that the reciting of an official prayer 
in public schools of New York State was un- 
constitutional. 

1963 — A limited nuclear test-ban treaty agreed upon, 
July 25. Washington demonstration by 200,000 
persons Aug. 28 in support of equal rights for 
Blacks. John F. Kennedy, 35th President of the 
United States was fatally wounded by an assas- 
sin, Nov. 22 in Dallas, Tex. 

1964 — Three civil rights workers were murdered by 
members of the Ku Klux Klan in Mississippi, 
June 22. US spacecraft Ranger 7 relayed thou- 
sands of close-up pictures of the moon back 
to earth July 31. The Warren Commission 
released, on Sept. 27 a report which concluded 
that Oswald was soly responsible for the killing 
of President Kennedy. Khrushchev was ousted 



as premier and Soviet Communist chief, Oct. 
14. 

1965— Lt. Col. Aleksei A. Leonov of USSR became the 
first man to "walk in space", Mar. 18. A Selma 
to Montgomery, Ala. civil rights march was led 
by Dr. Martin Luther King, Mar. 21-25. Los 
Angeles riot by discontented Blacks living in the 
Watts area resulted in the death of 35 persons 
Aug. 11-16. 

1966 — First soft landing on the moon by unmanned 
USSR spacecraft Feb. 3. Medicare went into 
effect July 1. Edward Brooke (R. Mass.) elected, 
Nov. 8. First Black US Senator in 85 years. 

1967 — Ground fire aboard Apollo I spacecraft, Jan. 
27, killed Virgil I Grissom, Edward H. White, 
and Rober B. Chaffee. In 6-Day Israeli Arab war 
June 5-10, Israel smashed forces of several 
Arab states. Vietnam war protested, Oct. 21 by 
35,000 in Washington, D.C.. 

1968 — U.S.S. Pueblo siezed in Sea of Japan Jan. 23. 
Pres. Johnson said on Mar. 31 he would not 




jlitan policemen inspect the charred remains of the wing, 
lying only a few feet from Anderson Hall. The wing was broken from 
the fuselage when the plane hit the tower. 

seek another term. Rev. Dr. Martin Luther 
King, Jr. assassinated, Apr. 4 in Memphis. 
Helen Keller died June 1. Sen. Robt. F. Kennedy 
shot June 5. Biafra deaths from malnutrition 
estimated at 6,000. 

1969— Last issue of Saturday Evening Post published 
Feb. 8. First US troops leave Vietnam, July 8. 
Car driven by Sen. Edward M. Kennedy plunger 
off a bridge on Chappaquiddick Island and the 
body of Mary Jo Kopechne was found in the 
car. Neil A. Armstrong became the first man 

to set foot on the moon, July 20. 

1970— Earth day was held Apr. 22. Charles de Gaulle, 
79. died, Nov. 9. Angela Davis indicted, Nov. 
10 for murder. 



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Very little remained to be recognized at the site of the plane's impact. 

Due to the impact and subsequent explosion of the fuel tanks, the 

the fire rose high above the rooftop of the Presidents' house. 

1971 — Charles Manson was found guilty of the murder 
of actress Sharon Tate. A Constitutional Amend- 
ment lowered the voting age to 18 in all elec- 
tions, Mar. 10. Lt. Wm Calley Jr. was convicted 
of murdering the inhabitants of My Lai, So. 
Vietnam, Mar. 29. Attica rebellion resulted in 
the deaths of 37 inmates and hostages, Sept 13. 

1972 — President Nixon arrived in Peking for an 8-day 
visit to China Feb. 21. President Nixon arrived 
in Moscow May 22for a week of talks with 
Kremlin leaders. Five men were arrested June 
17 for breaking into the offices of the Demo- 
cratic National Committee inthe Watergate 
complex in Washington, D.C. Eight Arab ter- 
rorists killed two of the Israeli athletes at the 
Munich Olympics and later 9 hostages were 
killed. 

1973 — White House tape recording of all conversation 
in the president's office since Mar. 1971 were 
revealed. Henry A. Kissinger's nomination as 
Secy, of State confirmed Sept. 21. Biggest 
Arab — Israeli war in 25 years erupted, Oct. 6. 
Agnew reseigned from Vice Presidency. 

1974 — Nixon rejects Watergate Committee subpoenas, 
Jan. 4. Experts report a tape gap of presidential 
conversation, Jan. 15. SLA kidnapped Patricia 
Hearst Feb. 4. Impeachment inquiry begins Feb. 
6. Solzhenitsyn exiled to the West, Feb. 13. 
Nixon resigns, Aug. 9. Pres. Ford pardoned 
Nixon, Sept. 8. Pres. Ford opened "WIN" cam- 
paign with challenge to the country to whip 
inflation now. Ex-governor Nelson Rockerfeller 
became second Vice President selected under 
the provisions of the 25th Amendment. Come- 
dian Benjamin Kubelski (Jack Benny) died at 
age eighty. Sly Stone married in a million 
dollar wedding in Madison Square Garden, he 
divorced this same year. 






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On November 11, 1974 Ralph Nader spoke 
to a capacity crowd in the Donald Derby Room 
in Mary Graydon Center. 

Due to the unsuccessful past attempts to 
place a Public Interest Research Group (PIRG) 
fee as a voluntary check-off on the MIRF form 
consumer advocate Ralph Nader came to 
speak in favor of the PIRG issue. He urged 
students to have their voice heard. 

Looking at students from the point of view 
of consumer protection, Nader described 
them as "consumers of their educational 
services who should have the same rights as 
any consumer." "The university has got a 
self-perpetuating, closed-door trustee system 
In turn, your sense of students rights is mini- 
mal," said Nader. His direct sighting of the 
trustee situation was a reflection of the 
recent Trustee meeting in which they voted 
against the PIRG fee. 

Nader also stated that, "PIRG is develop- 
ing the most important career in the country, 
a full time citizen career". The students 
responded to the stimulating and challenging 
speech by signing up to participate in the 
various projects sponsored by the PIRG 
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The Gagie. 



Fran Zankowski, Editor 

Diane Classman, Managing Editor 

Nathan Rosen, Associate News, Editor 

Jacqueline Schmitt, Editorial Page Editor 

Donna Reed, Features Editor 

Steve Piacente, Arts Editor 

Alvin Jones, Photo Editor 

Arthur Lerner, Political Affairs Editor 

Bob Parrish, Sports Editor 

Keith Girard, News Editor 



Tony Arias 
Curtis Arnel 
Cynthia Arnold 
Doug Bakshian 
Susan Clarke 
Michael Clemente 
Derek Dubin 
Pat Eisemann 
Rick England 
Duke Fanelli 
Gayle Farber 
Steven Garrin 
Gary Gerstein 
Lesley Halpern 
Paul Handley 
Beth Hardbin 
Mark Hesse 
Susie Holtzman 
Mark Landsberg 
Jackie Nedell 
Melinda Puree 
Larry Ropeik 
Craig Rosen 
Cheryl Segal 



Deborah Sledge 
Betsy Storm 
Janice Wilson 
Richard Galin 
Steve Hersch 
Mark Kugler 
Steve Redisch 
Kent Carter 
Grant Epstein 
Michele Rappoport 
Robert Melisso 
Andrew Pollack 
Robert Sugar 
Beth Lipskin 
Michele Ross 
Jody Wilens 
Pete Heimsath 
Gerald Patterson 
David Pyser 





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Henry A. Salmon, Station Manager 

Jeffrey Schill, Program Director 

Maurice Schlesinger, Operations Manager 

Beth Robertson, Business Manager 

Mindy Zegas, Traffic & Public Service Director 

Robert Buenning, News Director 

Barry Kluger, Asst. News & Campus News Director 

Lee Demsey, Features Editor and Publicity Director 

Steve Feinstein, Sports Director 

JimGalfund, Music Director 

Norma Goldberg, Asst. Music Director 

Barb Fee, Public Affairs Director 

K. )aak Roosare, Editorial Director 

Rich Moseson, Production Manager 

Rick King, Chief Engineer 

Matt Coates, Film Critic. 



John Melia, Mark Goldman, Marty Grossman, Sean Hall, Larry 
Ceisler, Fred Simms, Bruce Turkle, Rich Rothschild, Charles Hookey, 
Jon Falk, Rob Morton, Joe Pastori, Mike Zuckerman, Dave Zornow, 
Warren Keller, Mary Beth Franklin, M.J. Fiocco, James J. Speiser, Rick 
Baker, Laura Schimoler, William H. Butler, Doug Kahn, Doug Gruber, 
Frank Bell, Pete Heimsath, Dave Hochberg, Danny D'errico, Herman 
Zechariah, Will Wilcox, Bruce Kennedy, John Batten, Jim Capelli, 
Simon Applebaum, Janet Ames, Elaine Braslow, Rob Stoddard, Mike 
Collins, Scott Copley, Derek Dubin, Mindy Frankfurt, Roy Heffley, Mark 
Hesse, Hedi Hirschman, Lynn Klein, John Mutzberg, Jacki Needel, 
Melinda Puree, Rhonda Saks, Paul Sanger, Pete Sauer, Mitch Shore, 
Amy Silverstein, Holly Stone, Judy Taub, Blair Walker, Norm Klotz, 
Sue Yackee. 



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David Adler, Editor in Chief Lynda Selde 
Managing Editor; Rusty McAllister, Photo 
Editor; Meri Rogers, Co-ordinating Editor; 
Bruce Bronson, Seniors Editor; Bob 
Selzer, Anne Marie Schissler-Copy Editors; 
Andy Halbkram, Sports Editor; Joanie 
Fishbein, Ass't Photo Editor; Sue Burlant, 
Editorial Ass't; Cal Hackerman, Business 
Manager; Staff— Alan Crandall, Susan Holtz- 
man, Brian Johnson, Ida Marie Glusti, Paul 
Komarek, Abbe Mittler, Susan Oestreicher, 
David Uslan, John Boardman, Keith Cirard, 
Tim Helsing, Pete Heimsath, Mitchell Mit- 
nick, Josie Wheeler, Bob Friedman, Kenny 
Jones, LeoFitzgerald.lody Willens; Con- 
tributors— Alvin Agustus Jones, Donna Reed, 
Boo Parrish, Irving Reinhard, Bruce Bern- 
stein, Denise Navarre, Steve Nero; Friends 
and Advisors — Alice Lavoie, John Furguson, 
Jo Williams. 



THE 1975 TALON 



Special thanks to The 
Eagle editors and staff for 
all of their help. 



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Harrison Fisher, Editor in Chief; Jill 
Miller, Art Directer; Patti Casey, Wayne 
Avis, Photo. Editors; Rich Rosenberg, 
Business Manager; Susan Valenza, Jim 
Lindquist, Marsha Harris, Bob 
Endruschat, Chris Rudy, Leland 
Gamson, Copy Staff; Beth Russo, 
Bill Anderson, Art and Layout. 



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A Dialogue 

Last day of school: Senior year. Phone rings. 

Student A: Hello? 

Student B: (Recognizing voice) Howdy! What's doing? 

Student A: (Recognizing voice) Not much. Just waiting for my 
parents to pull the car up front so we can load. 

Student B: Where'syour roommate? 

Student A: Left yesterday really early. Woke me up at six a.m., 
the schmuck. 

Student B: My roommate's leaving tommorrow. (pause, uncomfortable 
silence. Nothing much to say after four years) 

Student A: Wow, it's so empty in the room! Everything is packed, 
the posters are off the wall, and my voice is bounc- 
ing off the walls. It's weird! 

Student B: (avoiding the topic) Yes, well, that's the way it goes. 
(Pause) Boy, just think. We've done it! ! We've real- 
ly done it! ! ! It's over! ! Out into the big, vast 
real world! ! Isn't it great?? 

Student A: Yea, I guess. I kinna would like to stick around a 
little. It really went quickly. There are so many 
people I have to say goodbye to, and I know that I 
won't see them. Hey, did you hear that Bill got into George- 
town Law?? That's really great! 

Student B: Yea, I heard. Can you imagine him in a court room? 
What a laugh ! "Your Honor, I request a recess so we 
can go to the bathroom." 
(Both laugh) 

(Another few moments of silence) 

Student A: There's the buzz. It's my parents, I've got to run. 

Listen. Have a great summer, and please write, O.K.? 

Student B: (Knows that correspondence is not the solution) Sure, 
I'll write. Have a safe trip home, and good luck. 

Student A: Thanks, you too. Take care, goodbye. 

(Both parties hang up phone simultaneously, take a deep breath, 

and proceed to take their chances in the year ahead.) 



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The Dose Knows 



It has been said that people always expect an experience to be more 
than it turns out to be, and are often distressed and disappointed 
when expectation fall short of reality. As naive freshpersons entering 
into the new college environment, we all expected certain things and 
were regularly disappointed to find that AU wasn't all it promised to be 
in the Catalogue. Indeed, we all got frustrated with the hassels of 
adding and dropping courses, book store lines, food services, etc., etc. 

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when he cannot remedy the situation because of AU's bureaucratic 
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