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Full text of "The Terrapin"

Greetings: 



35,000 students converge on 
the University of Maryland's Col- 
lege Park campus at the beginning 
of each semester. They come from 
many places and arrive through 
various means. Why they come 
and what happens when they get 
there remains to be seen. 




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Freshman: There is inadequate parking around 
the dorms and the parking available is usu- 
ally too far away for moving in or out. Stu- 
dents have to lug refrigerators, stereos, TVs, 
food, etc. for long distances, and if they 
park in the fire lanes while moving in, the 
campus police will ticket the cars and 
threaten to tow them away. In the com- 
plexes, if the elevators are broken on mov- 
ing day - it's a disaster. Have you ever tried 
to lug a refrigerator, stereo or TV up nine 
floors? 





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Freshman; "Moving into the dorm 
for the first time can be a 
really lonely experience. I 
didn't know anybody. It helps 
if people are friendly, but it's 
really up to you. You can't just 
sit in your room and expect to 
make friends. You have to get 
out and meet people." 




Senior: "Pre-registration is great because it is a more 
sensible way of handling large groups of stu- 
dents. However, the programmers leave much 
to be desired." 

junior: "Pre-registration is one of the best changes 
I've seen at the University. Dropping and add- 
ing in the Armory is still no fun, but at least it is 
not as crowded as it used to be. Once a student 
is taking more specialized courses in his major, 
pre-registration works better - but it is still 
rough trying to get into general education 
courses." 









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junior: "The bookstore is always the most disorganized at the 
beginning of a semester when it's most crowded. There 
should be a better classification system in the Umpo- 
rium so it'd be easier to find the books." 

Freshman: "You have to look at both sides of the problem. 
The publishing companies rip off the bookstores, so they 
have no choice. If there were no bookstores on campus, 
we'd all go crazy trying to get our books — especially 
without a car." 







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junior: "When you move into a 
dorm you realize you're not in 
your own little world any lon- 
ger. There are people out 
there. You can't just stay in 
your room. It's a good place 
to meet people, make friends, 
But it's up to you because 
you're on your own. You can 
make whatever you want out 
of it." 





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The Dream of the Land of UM 



Close your eyes for a minute 

let the purple shadows tickle 

the back of your eyelids 

let the colors spin round and round 

forming dream bubbles in your mind 

let your hands beckon to the sun 

feel the cool green grass 

tickling your toes 

feel your whole body warm, vibrant, alive 

now open your eyes 

no, this is not a fantasy 

it is yours 

it can be whatever you dream 

look bubbles, bubbles in the air 

bubbles, bubbles everywhere 

look there on the hill, near the mall 

let the winding yellow brick road 

lead you to where 

we'll spin a dream of great men with power 

sitting in their offices during office hours 

men who have published and lectured and read 

men who like the ivy on these brick walls 

belong to the dream world of cluttered offices 

committees and reports 



we'll dream of fortresses at the end of the mall 

filled with the greatest men of all 

who make wise decisions and lead us along 

the yellow brick road to scholardom 

where we will be like them 

great speakers of wisdom and knowledge 

who will lead the people to a new and better world 

come, follow the song . . . 







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me, follow the song 
follow the wind 

let loose 

' let go 
let's spin a dream . . . 



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Let the wind lift us up 

into its arms 
we are free . . . alive . . . 

beautiful 
we can dance, swirl 
throw a frisbee 

high in the air 
or draw on the sidewalks 

with bright colors 
large and bold and daring. 





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Or sit quietly with friends 

and share 
a few quiet moments 

of yesterday. 
Or dreams of tomorrow. 
Play your guitar, 

sing out a tune 
or paint the scenery . . . 
Whatever you dare. 




Come with me 

take me by the hand 

we'll walk over yonder in the green, green grass. 

Together we'll follow every winding path 

and cast a double shadow in the setting sun. 

We'll walk together in a barefoot world 

feeling the music of mud between our toes 

the slippery grass against our skin 

the tingle of toes in icy rain water 

we'll laugh at the tumbling leaves 

that tickle our noses and knees 





Edward 8. Fotskowski 



Barbara Bramman 



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Daniel Webster 





Barbara Bramman 



Edward S, Poiskuwski 





Charles Rosenblatt 



Lie down beside me in the grassy mall 
and watch the sun fade into stars 
behind these Georgian walls. 

We'll ride Testudo across the 

sky 
and with a huge brush we'll 

paint 
a rainbow over campus 
all red, yellow, blue and green. 



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Noel Babcock 



Come take my hand and stay awhile 
together we'll have an easier time 
of growing, learning, knowing . . . 



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Walking down silent winding stairs 

of the new student union 
carpeting soft under the feet 
crystal catching every glint of sunlight 
and bouncing the colors around the room 
the smell of newness, painted walls, 

the quiet echo of lonely footsteps. 




Henrv Dabrowski 



Daniel VVebsie 





Daniel Webster 



Daniel Webster 



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Listen to the now sounds 
students watching 

the music makers 
taking in the flashing Hghts 

the colors, the movement 
from the popular sound 

of Count Basic 
to the acid rock beat 

of Leon Russell 





And the world of the theatre 
where dreams come true 

where tragedy and comedy put on 
their different faces 

and dance across the stage 
with words and songs 

that mean hfe centuries ago. 




D-uiiel Webster 



Charles Rosenblatt 




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Charles Rosenblatt 



On Saturday morning the beat changes 

shouts, cheers, the noise of a band. 

Thousands of voices screaming, 

all announcing the entrance of the team. 

Come sit among friends, old and new, 

packed tightly in the stands 

and watch athletes and fans alike 

roar out at a kick from Mike-Mayer's toe. 

Listen you can almost hear 

the drums beat and the horns playing 

the songs of the land of UM. 

Cheerleaders in red and white 

jumping higher, higher reaching for the clouds 

trying to grasp the sky. 






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While on the sidelines 

the smell of beer and hotdogs 
tense faces, smiling faces 
all eyes on the green field 
watching the dashing bits of red and white 
moving through time and space 
as if it were a cartoon, 
a colorful animation of human drama. 



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Henry Dabrowski 



Coach and player nose to nose 

so every line on the face shows 

every wrinkle, every knitted brow 

every feeling in that tense tight body 

every move, every play running like an endless 

movie through the mind over and over 

until the last split second of play. 





Daniel Webster 



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Whether in College Park or Munich 

in Byrd stadium or on TV 

Tom in the Olympics 

or the team on the soccer field 

man meets man. 




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The echo of the ball beating on the court 

throbbing, pulsating, beating 

and sailing through the air 

setthng with a swish perfectly through the metal hoop of the basket. 

A circle of players in the center of the court 

A tap - the players reaching higher, higher. 

The highest taps the ball in play and again they move 

together up the court, 

back and forth from basket to basket 

trying to beat the clock. 



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Jim Holwager 





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Jim Holua^er 




Barbara Bramman 



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Crowds of people swarming to Cole Field House 

pushing, pulling, shoving, sticking out tickets and ID cards | 

watching from high above to the little court below 

flood lights and screaming and 

cheering and pleading 

watching that round brown ball 

as it bounces and bounces, thumping on the court. 

Faster than the eye it moves from hand to hand 

back and forth, round and round it moves. 

One vast perpetual motion 

until the buzzer stops the action. 

Jim Holwagcr 




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The Dream of the Land of UM 



I dreamed, I dreamed 

of all these things, 

of students, facuky, administrations 

athletics, coaches and fans 

of studying, relaxing, loving 

I dreamed I could be an innocent child again 

and make my castles out of mud 

the mad, murky, mucky mud 

the boobing, blurbing, bumbling mud 

that all the world is made of 

yes, I dreamed that we were all little gods 

students, faculty, administration 

that could take this bleeding mud 

watch it squirm and wiggle between our fingers 

and mold a man of fresh-made mud 

not the kind of crud 

man is now made of. 

I dreamed of a land where peace was like a passion 

and war was unheard of 

a land where love reigned all 

where people were trusted because they were human 

and no one was left to live all alone 

no one, no one, not even the clown 

I dreamed we each stepped inside a bubble 

a clear blue crystal bubble 

high and flying over the earth 

spreading beauty everywhere 

I dreamed my life could be a bubble free and floating 

students, scholars, wisemen all in our bubbles free 

I dreamed ... I dreamed ... I dreamed . . . 



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Application for 1973 Terrapin 

Please type plainly in pencil, ink or purple crayon. 



Student Identification Number □□ DDDn DDD 
Social Security Number, unless different □□□ DD 0000 



Hi I \^'Ji Mr. Mrs. 
,ll Ms Miss 



Last 



Middle 



Status: Freshman Q Sophomore □ lunior F] Senior n Perpetual Student H 
Other ^ 

Status: Married Q Single □ Divorced □ Widowed Q Common Law □ Other □ 

Mate's 

Name 



Last 

Mate's 

Status: Wonderful □ FairQ Poor Q Lousy Q 

Your 

Address: 



Middle 



First 



Street 



State 



Mate's address, 
if different 



County 



Zip Code 



Phone 



Street State 
Citizenship: U.S. Q World □ Other 



County 



Zip Code 



Phone 



Planet: Earth Q Moon □ Venus □ Other 
Your age: Your mate's age: 



Your birthdate: 
Place of birth _ 



Mate's birthdate 



Differential 



City 



State 



Mother's name 
Father's name _ 



County 



Hospital 



Last 



Middle 



First 



Maiden 



Last 



Middle 



First 



Alias 



Mother's address 

Father's address, 
if different 



Street 



State 



County 



Zip Code 



Street 
List brothers and sisters over 16 



State 



County 



Zip Code 



Name 



Age 



Sex 



First 



Personal information: 



Eye color: Left 



Right 



Without contacts 



" Height 



Current hair color As listed on driver's license 

Hair length Problems caused by said length 

Vital Statistics " 

Weight Tons Weight as listed on license 

Sex How often Who with 

Miscellaneous Numbers 

Driver's License 

Credit Card 



Checking account 



Life Insurance 

Another Number 



Voter Registration 



Car Insurance 



meters 



Education backgrounds 



School 



Grammar 



lunior High 



High School 
College 



Extraneous 



Name & Location 



Dates attended 



Degree Rec'd 



G.R.E. scores 



S.A.T. scores 



S.P.L.A.T. scores 



Golf scores 



Average Weekly Score: _ 
Foreign Language Skills: 

Language 

Speaking ability 



_ Reading ability 



Writing ability 



English Language Skills: 

Reading ability 

Speaking ability 



Writing ability 



Spelling ability 



Field in which you are working or hope to work in: 



Degree in 



From 



Date Received 



List published works or professional achievements: 



List all college courses you have attempted, passed and/or failed. 

Are you, or have you ever been, a member of the following subversive organizations^ (Please check ap 

propriate boxes) 

Q Committee to re-elect the 



U.S. Government 
White House Press Corps 
Post Editorial Staff 
University Administration 
SGA 
UCA 
BSU 
_GSA 

□ pace 



president 
General Honors Program 
Campus Crusade for Christ 
Hari Krishna 
Campus Police 
Office of Resident Life 
McGovern for president committee 
Young Americans for Freedom 



□ Hillel 
I I Umporium 

Q Maryland Book Exchange 
I I Diamondback 

□ Black Explosion 

□ Argus Dimension 

□ Maryland Medevial Mercenary 
Militia 

□ 1973 TERRAPIN 



Have you ever been fired, busted or arrested? 
When For how long __ 



Reason or charges 



Talents: 

Please check appropriate boxes: 

can^ carry a tune 

□ whistle in the shower 

□ jump up and down while scratching foot 

□ see with eyes closed 

□ drive with eyes closed 

□ drive with no hands or knees 

□ hear lectures while sleeping 



take notes while sleeping 
earn an "A" in above class 
register in half an hour 
get courses want first time around 
scratch bottom of foot without laughing 
park at a 40-minute meter for 45 minutes and not 
get a ticket 

Ability: 

Terrific □ Fair^ Poor^ Like a log □ 



Please rate yourself on the following scales: 

Ravishingly Beautiful □ Average □ Dull □ Incredibly Ugly □ 

Warm hearted □ Loving □ Average □ Cold-hearted Bitch □ 

Personality: Sociability: 

Dynamic^ Lively □ So-so □ Deadly □ Unusual rapport □ All right □ Mediocre^ Hate the world U 

Leadership ability: 

Everyone follows you everywhere □ No one follows you anywhere □ 
You follow anyone everywhere □ Don't go anywhere anyway □ 

Did you"wh7n7ou'e7tered"cdleg7fo7The>irst"tim"e,'have an idea or dream of what it should be like^ Yes □ No □ 

I Forget □ 
was this dream consistent with reality? Yes^ No □ Don't know yet^ What's that^ □ 

Did anything in particular shatter that dream? Yes □ No □_ What dream? □__Pleaseexp|ain^m^ 

PLEASE TURN TO THE FOLLOWING P.AGES AND COMPLETE YOUR 1973 TERRAPIN. 




Daniel Webster, Editor-in-Chief 
Alice Bailey, Managing Editor 



Copyright© 1973, Maryland Media, Inc. 

Ail Rigtits Reserved 

Printed in U.S.A. by Western Publishing Company, inc. 



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Junior: "Watch out tor parents who 
pop in and surprise you with early 
Sunday morning visits." 

Senior: "It depends on who wakes me 
up." 

Senior: "It took me four years to wise 
ui). I used to take all 8:00's and 
ust couldn't handle getting up at 
7 a.m. - but now my first class 
starts at 2 p.m. and I wear ear- 
plugs." 






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lumor "Some of the best literary art produced on 
campus is produced on the walls of bathroom 

stalls," , . 

Sophomore: "They should install newspaper racks ,n 

the stalls and put the Diamondback in them. 

That's a good place for it." 
Sophomore: "Everybody looks so funny in the bath- 

room with their eyes half open and their hair all 

messed up." 






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Senior- "It's hell living next to the bathroom 
and waking up to the music of flushmg toi- 
lets." 
unlor: "The other day 1 took a shower and a 



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spigot." 







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Senior: "The shower doors have been broken for 
four years now." 

Senior: "Hell is: taking a shower and someone 
flushes the toilet and you get scalded; taking a 
shower and remembering you forgot your 
towel; having someone in the shower stall next 
to you at 6 a.m. who can't carry a tune." 

Freshman: "Getting up in the morning is all right 
until halfway through the shower the hot water 
cuts out." 



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Senior "In yoga we teach that the greatest en- 
ergy of the day is when the sun comes up. 
1 get up every morning and watch the sun- 
rise and do yoga exercises. It's beautiful and 
I feel great all day." 

Senior: "Early, at sunrise, campus is quiet, only 
the echo of lonely footsteps, the soft cooing 
of pigeons, the sun rising over the chapel 
steeple." 

Freshman: morning means rush hour - thousands 
of cars coming from all directions - like ter- 
mites out of the woodwork - descending 
on campus - fighting for parking spaces - 
and faces rushing off towards class. 






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Bicycling 



Freshman: "When you ride a bike you face 
several problems, one of which is that 
you're in one lane and you've got 
gravel on the right side of you, and 
then there's this car that's trying to 
pass you in the same lane without go- 
ing over to the next one, blowing his 
horn. The result is that I'm forced off 
the road. The worst people in this 
respect are bus drivers and truck 
drivers, it's terrifying to hear the loud 
roar of the engines in back of you. It 
sounds like they're going to run you 
down and they blow their huge horns 
time and time again and sneer at you 
as you lie in the gutter." 

Sophomore: "When 1 bike to campus I 
have to go up that hill on University 
Boulevard which is a bummer. But 
coming home, I ride down the hill 
behind the University apartments (on 
University Boulevard) and it's really 
glorious, exciting and FAST! That's the 
best part about biking to campus - the 
ride home. I'm scared to death riding 
through the traffic on Campus Drive 
though, especially around 4:30 p.m. 
You can't really trust the drivers. And 
sometimes you can hold traffic up 
because the car behind you is afraid to 
pass you. That's one reason why the 
University should have separate bike 
lanes or paths." 




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Student parking: 

Senior: "For students, I think it's 
ridiculous. They assign more 
than one car per space on the 
assumption that not everybody 
will be here at the same time. 
My first semester as a full-time 
student I paid $30 in parking 
fines, most of them from my 
assigned lot." 




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What do you think of the campus? 

Freshman: "\ think the campus is beautiful. I like the architecture, the lawns or acreage- the wav 
it's set up." ° ' ^ 

Sophomore: "The campus is very boring, visually speaking. The only building which is visually 
exciting IS the architecture building. And what's more, it's depressing to be in the buildings 
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Sophomore- "There is one building that fascinates me m ,ts interior planning and that is Tawes. You 
could be somewhere in there once, and never find it again. And nobody knows the place well 
enough to give you directions on how to get somewhere else in the building. 

Senior "The computers went wild on the new room numbers. In the journalism building they even 
numbered the water fountains. I don't think any one likes the new system because all over campus 
the doors have masking tape with the old numbers beside the white plastic new ones. 




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Freshman: "I tell you, the people never throw away their 
trash. It's a disgusting place to relax - you'd think 
people would have more self-respect. There are 
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What about classroom conditions? 

Fifth year senior: "As a left-handed person 1 would I'^e to complain about 
the fact that this entire university has only four left-handed desks. 

lunior- "The conditions of the classrooms depend on when they were 
built, I guess. There are a lot of really nice classrooms on campus, and 
there are a lot of really rotten ones." 

Sophomore: "It's really strange the variety of conditions you'll find in 
campus classrooms. I mean, you'll have one class in a room that s 
carpeted good accoustics, a movie screen that works and so on. Then 
you'll have your next class in an echoey room that they must have 
forgotten to finish building - very stark and plain, y'know?" 







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Sophomore: "I think a majority of exams are 
probably necessary, but there are some that 
are completely farcical and don't test what 
concepts you have learned in the course at 
all." 

Freshman: "Exams are such a bad trip. You pull 
an all-nighter, hoping that what you're 
studying will be what the professor thinks 
is important and what he considers good 
enough to put on the exam." 

Freshman: "You know, sometimes the conditions 
under which you take the exams are really 
far from the ideal. I took an exam in Cole 
(great place for taking an exam, right?) and 
they couldn't find out how to turn on the 
lights for the first ten minutes, at least. 
That's a little thing, but it doesn't help." 

Senior: "I think exams are the most terrible 
conglomeration of unimportant information. 
I think they're completely irrelevant and un- 
important. They deal with specific facts that 
have nothing whatsoever to do with the im- 
portant concepts taught in the courses. Exam 
classrooms are noisy and there is a lot of 
cheating." 






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McKeldin Library: 

Freshman: "It's an excellent place to study. And they have 
excellent security measures. Most of the guards are 
pleasant. I've only encountered one that was rude - it 
must have been his off day. The facilities are excellent, 
but it's faster to walk up the stairs than to use the 
elevator." 






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What do you think of Macke? 

junior: "I'm glad you asked me that. I was always getting 
swindled by the machines. I would put my dime in and it 
wouldn't give me anything. The rooms that they have the 
machines in are warm, so this means when you get your 
candy bar out of the machine, it drips all over your hands." 

Faculty: "Macke food is convenient when pressed for time. 
Unfortunately, the food is not as good as the prepared foods 
you can find in a cafeteria or a restaurant." 

Fifth year Senior: "I once offered my dog a half of a Macke 
cookie and he buried it." 

Fresliman: "I'm allergic to most of the stuff in there, anyway. 
Occasionally I'll get a bun, against my better judgment. I 
usually wish I hadn't." 




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Sophomore: "I eat in dining hall #1 quite 
often. I don't like the food in general, 
but I basically have no other place to 
go. Dining hall #1 is nearest and 
cheapest and has more variety." 

lunior: "I eat there all the time. The food is 
ok. The only other place to eat is the 
Student Union and it's a real sty. When 
the dining hall is crowded, it's not as 
crowded as the Student Union. Plus, 
they don't have that damned juke box, 
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Freshman: "Occasionally 1 do go over there 
with friends. It's kind of far. I usually 
bring my own sandwich and adorn it 
with whatever they have. It's less 
expensive. They do have a good 
sandwich bar there - that's mainly 
why people go there. Other than that 
their food is the same stock of food as 
all over campus." 



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Sophomore: "Last spring I got hit in the face 
with a frisbee and broke two teeth." 






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Evangelism: 

Sophomore: "You can't live in a dorm 
without being accosted twice a week 
by a Jesus freak. If your door is open, 
they just walk right in." 

Sophomore: "I know a girl who did it until 
they asked her to shave all her hair off. 
Then she quit." 

Senior: "Oh, they all look alike to me." 





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What do you think of 

the Maryland Medieval 

Mercenary Militia? 

Freshman: "What's that?" 

Senior: "They're crazy. I had a roommate 
once who took a class in mail-making. 
You know, those chain vests they 
wear." 





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junior: I think the University should replace that 
statue of a dumb turtle in front of the library 
with a symbol more fittmg the high calibre of 
this University, like a bronze statue of a jackal 
wretching." 





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How do you compare 

student activism here 

with other schools? 

Chancellor: "Students are more active here 
... I think it's good that they are 
concerned." 

Senior: "There's definitely more apathy 
towards political consciousness today 
than three years ago. That's a fact, 
definitely. The only reason I said that 
was because when I interviewed people 
before the elections almost everybody 
was for McGovern, but no one had any 
facts or reasons to substantiate their 
opinions." 



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Senior: "I think that everybody should get out 
and listen to what is being said, and at least 
be open minded towards what is happen- 
ing, rather than just taking an attitude very 
far one way or very far the other way. Even 
three years ago, living over in the complexes, 
the apathy was rampant because they weren't 
hassled with tear gas and police right out 
front their doors." 

Sophomore: "The turnout for the two major 
demonstrations this year (the march on 
Nixon's headquarters and the Louisiana 
State rally) was really ludicrous. Shana 
Alexander in Newsweek was really right on 
target when she said that America was 
sleeping. America is sleeping and the 
University has been hibernating for quite a 
long time now." 

Graduate Student: "I think the demonstrations 
have failed to attract much support or 
interest because I don't think the campus 
(well, not just the campus, it's the whole 
country) has the energy. We're just numb. 
Like the constant drips of water wearing 
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Sophomore: "They're not the greatest service in 
the whole world, but it's kinda reassuring 
to know they're there, just in case 
something bad happens. But if something 
bad did happen, you'd probably die sitting 
in the waiting room. The waiting . . . it's 
awful, it's ridiculous, but inevitable, I 
guess." 

junior: "The infirmary has a lack of medical 
doctors; they need to hire more. They're 
also far behind the times; they waited until 
this year to extend the visiting hours." 

Nurse: "We're trying to be all things to all 
people and it's humanly impossible. But we 
keep on, we keep on." 




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aboratory courses? 



junior: "The botany field trip to the golf course is stupid because all you do is get hit in the head 
with a golf ball." 




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Senior: "1 took a Botany lab and I'm allergic to pollen, so I 
had to take allergy pills before we did the lab on 
pollen." 

Freshman: "\ find it kind of piecemeal and not really 
intensive enough to be beneficial. My past teacher was 
lacking in enthusiasm. He regarded it as a chore, so 
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Sophomore: "I'm very sensitive towards 
frogs. I hate to kill them. You bend 
their heads over and stick a pin in 
their brains and stir it around. It's 
a waste of good frogs." 




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What about the barn? 

junior: "I've never been to the barn, but I've been to 
the Grill twice." 

junior: "\ used to live in Denton hall and I had to 
walk to my math class past the chicken coops 
and those chickens smelled. I don't like 
chickens." 

Freshman: "They're terrible - Yeech. It really is 
grotesque. In the summer they have a kind of 
bog where the cows wallow in shit. The pond is 
undrained and the bacteria multiply like mad - 
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sity was such a large place that I 
would meet lots of people and 
make lots of friends; but actually 
it's a very lonely place. I've met 
very few people. Everyone needs a 
few close friends who they can 
really open up to and be them- 
selves around." 

junior: "Dating is old fashioned. Now 
people don't date — they build 
relationships, lust like now people 
don't converse, they have a dia- 
logue. It's all a matter of a chang- 
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Senior: "In the last few years the campus resembled 
a mud hole, but I guess that is to be expected 
with all of the construction." 

junior: "There's nothing as refreshing as walking to 
class in ankle deep mud — yuck!" 

Freshman: "When it rains they ought to call this 
place College Falls and open it up as a honey- 
moon resort. It beats Niagara Falls anyday." 

Senior: "Why fight it? Mud is a part of nature so 
why not get into it and enjoy it . . . sort of get- 
ting back to nature." 





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Senior: "I figure it cost more for me to park at the 

University in the last four years than to pay for 

tuition, room, board and fees." 
Senior: "I've paid enough in parl<ing ticl<ets to build 

my own garage." 
junior: "The university should spend less money 

paying students to patrol parking lots and more 

money building them." 
Senior: "The only way that you know there are cops 

on campus is if you park illegally or start a riot." 





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Senior: "Somebody once stole my 
headlights right out of the car 
while I was in class." 

junior: "Campus cops are no help. 
Once I was stranded on parking 
lot 1 and couldn't get into my car. 
A campus cop stopped but said he 
couldn't get near the car or touch 
it." 





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Derby Day 



Derby Day, held Oct. 28, 1972, was sf^onsored by Sigma Chi traternity. It is 
held nationally by chapters of Sigma Chi to support Wallace Village, a home 
tor nominally retarded children in Colorado. Ten sororities participated in a 
week long competition for points by selling raffle tickets and participating in 
the sorority Olympics in Ritchie Coliseum. The Olympics included such activi- 
ties as beer chugging, inner-tube race, egg throwing contest, tri-cycle race and 
foul shooting. The event ended in a party at the Sigma Chi house. $1400 was 
collected during the week, $150 of which, after expenses, was donated to Wal- 
lace Village. 







Freshman: "It's easier to grab a 
sandwich or snack or go out 
to eat than cook a meal tor 
one person. Besides who has 
time to cook a decent meal — 
and it's almost impossible to 
get all your roommates to- 
gether to eat at the same 
time." 

Junior: "Eating in dorm rooms can 
be pleasant — soft music, can- 
dle light and good food - if 
you can cook a gourmet din- 
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Freshman: "There is inadequate parking around the 
dorms and the parking available is usually too far 
away for moving in or out. Students have to lug re- 
frigerators, stereos, TVs, food, etc. for long distances 
and if they park in the firelanes while moving in, the 
campus police will ticket the cars and threaten to 
tow them away. In the complexes, if the elevators 
are broken on moving day, it's a disaster. Have you 
ever tried to lug a refrigerator, stereo, or TV up nine 
floors?" 

Senior: "Frustration is being a very neat person and hav- 
ing a very sloppy roommate. Something has got to 
give. Usually we compromise and take turns clean- 
ing up." 

junior: "Cleaning up the apartment can be a real pain, 
but I don't mind, because I just think of it as a study 
break." 

Senior: "Once the moving is finished, decorating can be 
a real blast. Each room has its own personality that 
reflects the person living there. Roommates can be 
the greatest joy of college life or the greatest horror. 
The whole relationship depends on consideration, 
tolerance, learning to be an open person. The result 
can be life long friends or enemies, but whatever 
the result, it forces each individual to take a serious 
look at himself and how he appears to others." 





128 



Freshman: "All the parties 
at the beginning and 
end of semesters are 
really great to meet 
new people and have 
fun." 

Senior: "Mixers in dorms 
have traditionally 

been flops, but par- 
ties and dances in the 
dining halls have at- 
tracted more people 
and been more suc- 
cessful in the last 
year." 

Senior: "Night is the best 
time in the dorm 
because usually ev- 
eryone is in. Groups 
of friends can get 
together and talk, lis- 
ten to music or study. 
Everyone sort of 
opens up at night, 
takes it easy, lets 
loose." 






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Senior: "In a university this size, it takes time, patience 
and perseverance to meet and make friends. At 
least it offers a great variety of people - a chance to 
experience many kinds of people before you decide 
on the very special someone you want to spend the 
rest of your life with." 

Senior: "The university offers a great place for dates. 
There are always several movies playing, lectures, 
plays, concerts of all types, and many other types of 
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For Muscular Dystrophy 

On November 10 through 12, Phi Sigma Delta fraternity 
sponsored the annual "Dance For Those Who Can't" Mara- 
thon, to raise money for muscular dystrophy. Fifty-two cou- 
ples, sponsored by campus organizations, dorms, fraternities, 
sororities and outside groups who gathered money to sup- 
port their dancers, danced through the week-end. Celebrities 
such as Pat Paulsen, several of the Washington Redskins, the 
cast of "Senior Prom" and staff members of WDON, a coun- 
try and western radio station, performed. 

The marathon received national newspaper and television 
coverage. Although most of the couples were from the uni- 
versity and local schools, some couples returned this year 
from as far away as South Dakota and North Carolina State. 
This year $42,000 was raised to help the fight against muscu- 
lar dystrophy. Charles Sinclair of Alpha Gamma Rho fraterni- 
ty, and Chris Coch of Alpha Xi Delta sorority, were the win- 
ning dance team. They each won a $3,000 scholarship for 
their sponsoring organization, and a trip to Acapulco. 








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Senior: "Parties have changed emphasis over 
the last four years on campus. Before, par- 
ties were larger, more drinking and louder. 
Although students still drink their quota, 
drugs, especially marijuana, are now more 
prevalent." 

Senior: "The dorms aren't as friendly as they 
used to be. A few years ago everyone in 
the dorm knew one another and everyone 
got together for parties, raps or bull ses- 
sions. Now people stay to themselves 
more. Dorm life is dying." 






Freshman: Greek parties are still a 
good way to meet the opposite 
sex. An opportunity to get to 
know others in the house and 
people in other houses. A good 
way to loosen up after a week of 
classes and studying. 

Senior: Frat parties are still popular for 
relaxing after a rough week. 
Theme parties aren't as popular as 
they once were, but there is still 
plenty of action on the row. 

Freshman: Many students feel that 
greek life is on the way out at the 
university but that's not really true. 
There may be less greeks in num- 
ber, but the quality of greek pro- 
grams have improved. It is great to 
be able to have a feeling of be- 
longing to a small group on such a 
large campus. 





140 





Senior: "Studying is one of those necessary 
evils of college life. There simply is no 
way to avoid it. I should know — I've 
been trying to for four years." 

Freshman: "I really don't mind studying if it 
is quiet and I'm comfortable. The 
dorms are really too noisy, and most of 
the time I end up in the library." 






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Entertainment 




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junior: "Hooray for the new Student 
Union Theatre — at last a real the- 
atre instead of the ballroonn." 

junior: "University Theatre has im- 
proved a lot in the last few years 
but there should be more produc- 
tions, not just two or three shows 
a semester." 

Sopiiomore: "Plays are a little too sen- 
sual — exploiting and losing values." 

junior: "It's gotten worse since I started. 
I'd like to see more of the large 
concerts. The plays are good — es- 
pecially University Theatre." 



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Street Car Named Desire 



Cast 






Stanley Cowalski 

)oe Mullins 
Stella Cowalski 

Micki Nucker 
Blanche DuBois 

Susan Schneider 
Eunic Hubbell 

|udy Flom 
Steve Hubbell 

Mark Zelenka 
Harold Mitchell (Mitch) 

George Bonitant 

Director 
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147 



King Richard III 
Cast 

Richard, Duke of Gloucester 

Ralph Glickman 

Sir William Gatesby 

Joseph Mullin 
George, Duke of Clarence 

Chuck Dick 
William, Lord Hastings 

George C. Bonifant 
Lady Anne Neville 

Susan |. Schneider 

Queen Elizabeth 

Ionia Zelenka 

Earl Rivers 

Patrick A. Murphy 
Thomas Grey, Marquis of Dorset 

Glen Morgan 
Duke of Buckingham 

Alexander Korff 
Lord Stanley, Earl of Derby 

Reid Sasser 
Old Queen Margaret of Anjou 

Leslie Seleznow 

King Edward IV 

Frederick Schmidt 

Duchess of York 

Cynthia Chemay 

Young Duke of York 

Gregory |. Coale 



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Director 
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junior: "For entertainment 
buy a bottle of wine and 
climb a tree on the chape 
lawn and watch to see 
how close Venus will come 
to the moon." 

Senior: "\ stopped going to 
concerts after freshman 
year. Between the smel 
of wine and the smoke 
from grass, you get too 
high to enjoy the enter- 
tainment. The concerts, 
especially at Richie, have 
become really teeny-bop- 
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Senior: "Colleges should not be concerned with en- 
tertainment and sports, but academics." 

junior: "The campus is conveniently located between 
Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, so entertain- 
ment is no problem. It there's nothing happen- 
ing on campus you can always go to George- 
town or the block." 

Sophomore: "The concerts the music department 
puts on are good, if you like that kind of mu- 
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Freshman: "Whatever hap- 
pened to the good old 
days when people enter- 
tained themselves?" 

Sophomore: "It would be nicer 
if there were little con- 
certs on weekends so that 
there'd be more to choose 
from." 

Senior: "Much entertainment 
on campus is unpublicized, 
and goes unnoticed — such 
as classical music concerts, 
modern dance shows, 
reader's theatre, poetry 
readings and evening lec- 
tures. There is something 
here for everyone if they 
just make an effort to find 
it." 






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Atlantic Coast Conference 
Tournament 



Maryland 



77 Clemson 61 

73 Wake Forest 65 








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Of the players on the Maryland team, Tom 
McMillen made the Ail Eastern Regional team, 
the All Atlantic Coast Conference, first team, 
and four other All American teams. McMillen 
played on the United States Olympic team in 
Munich, Germany, last summer. McMillen and 
John Lucas made the Atlantic Coast Conference 
All Tournament team, and Lucas made both the 
Collegiate Basketball Writers team and the Rook- 
ey All American team. In addition, Len Elmore 
made the All Atlantic Coast Conference, second 
team. 



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Maryland 91 



Syracuse 75 





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Providence 105 





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when Lefty Driesell came here, he 
promised to make the Terrapins the 
"UCLA of the East." His promise has 
not yet been fully realized, but this 
season came close with 23 wins and 7 
losses. The fans followed the team close- 
ly, with 18 games completely sold out. 

'of the individual players on the team, 
the top scorers were Tom McMillen, 
with 573 points, jim O'Brien, with 468, 
and John Lucas, with 384. Two players, 
O'Brien and McMillen, have scored over 
1,000 points in their career. 



Basketball Season Record 




Maryl 


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127 


Brown 


82 


78 


N.C. State 


89 


82 


Richmond 


50 


81 


Duke 


85 


107 


Canisius 


80 


83 


Fordham 


72 


99 


Georgetown 


73 


93 


Buffalo 


64 


88 


George Washington 


79 


85 


North Carolina 


95 


90 


Georgia Tech 


55 


69 


Clemson 


66 


90 


Syracuse 


76 


81 


Duquesne 


71 


76 


Kent State 


58 


96 


Duke 


68 


79 


Clemson 


75 


60 


Wake Forest 


62 


93 


Virginia 


74 


92 


Virginia 


81 


85 


N.C. State 


87 


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Clemson 


61 


76 


Navy 


67 


73 


Wake Forest 


65 


105 


Wake Forest 


76 


74 


N.C. State 


76 


100 


Long Island 


73 


91 


Syracuse 


75 


94 


North Carolina 


88 


89 


Providence 


103 





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Footba 



The football season ended with a break-even rec- 
ord of 5-5-1. This is a definite improvement over 
the past seven consecutive losing seasons. When 
jerry Clairborne assumed the duties of head football 
coach, the team had finished last in defense in the 
Atlantic Coast Conference. This year, the Terrapins 
led the conference in defense, despite the fact that 
there were only two seniors in the starting lineup. 



Season Record 



Maryland 



24 


N.C. State 


24 


26 


North Carolina 


31 


28 


W.M.I. 


16 


12 


Syracuse 


16 


23 


Wake Forest 





37 


Villanova 


7 


14 


Duke 


20 


24 


Virginia 


23 


16 


Penn State 


46 


31 


Clemson 


6 


8 


Miami 


28 




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Cross Country 



The Cross-Country team finished the season with a 
10-1 record. They came in first in the Atlantic Coast 
Conference Championships, held in Clemson, South 
Carolina, with Kenny Umbarger setting a new record of 
26:07.4 in the S'/s mile race. The team also placed 6th out 
of 17 teams in the National Collegiate Athletic Associa- 
tion District 3 Championships, held in Knoxville, Tennes- 
see; and 17th out of 34 teams in the NCAA Champion- 
ships held in Houston, Texas. 






179 



Wrestling 

The wrestling team, under Coach William E. 
"Sully" Krouse, captured first place in the Atlantic 
Coast Conference this year. This is their twentieth 
consecutive ACC title. The two participants named 
Outstanding Wrestlers most frequently during the 
year were Dave Strauss, at 150 pounds, and Rich 
Ragan, at 190 pounds. 




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The baseball team this year (Spring 
72) had an 18-10 season, with Bob 
Grossman pitching two no-hitters, and 
Richard Fillings pitching one. Gross- 
man made the first team. All Confer- 
ence, and was named baseball "Ath- 
lete of the Year" in the Atlantic Coast 
Conference. Two other players, Mike 
Baier and Vince Bateman, made second 
team. All Conference. The leading hit- 
ter of the A.C.C. was Skip Smith, with 
an average of 70. 

According to Coach Jackson, the 
team last year did a very outstanding 
job. "We could have won the confer- 
ence as well as anyone else. We expect 
to have a successful year this year." 





181 



Soccer 



The soccer team this year ended the season 
with a 4-4-2 record. Two players made the 
Atlantic Coast Conference All American 
Team: Mike Wilson, voted all american wing, 
and George Tarasites. Tarasites made the ACC 
for the second time, with honors in the two 
positions of lineman and goalie. 






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WMUC Staff 



General Manager: Mike Collins 

Program Director: Jay Kernis 

Operations Manager: Gred Bitting 

Chief Engineer: Russ Brown 

Promotions Director: Dave Brown 

Business Manager; Hillary Lavine 

Music Director: Peter Doherty 

News Director: Peter Doherty 

Assistant News Directors: Herb Perone, Dennis Dun- 

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Mike Collins: "We sit here in [be Gulch and 
look up at the new dining hall where WMUC 
will soon set up its new home. This is the 
culmination of years of pleading, hoping 
and dreaming which will become a reality 
for the station next year. The new studios 
were designed by staff members of the sta- 
tion — Gred Bitting, Alan Dunn and Rich 
Friedell, and when completed will provide 
the university with one of the finest radio 
facilities anywhere in the area." 

)ay Kermis: "This is the first year WMUC has 
used what is called a 'sweep' format. That 
is to say, a format in which the music starts 
out light in the morning and as the day 
progresses, the music becomes heavier. We 
feel this has been very successful, judging 
by listener response." 




191 




First Row Allen C Jackson, Michael Dolan, William E, Edgeworth, Richard W Lee, Saul Sosnowski 
Second Row: Donna Peterson, Michael Fribush, Chad Neighbor, Daniel Webster. 

Maryland Media, Incorporated 



As the 1960's crumbled to a halt, 
the University administration and 
Board of Regents faced the horns of 
a considerabledilemma: student pub- 
lications (most notably and con- 
stantly, Argus magazine) were be- 
coming increasingly obstreperous in 
their subject matter and editorial at- 
titude. Printing contracts were being 
cancelled and/or left unhonored,due 
to what one merry inkster termed 
"obscene and unpatriotic" content. 
Libel /slander/obscenity suits loomed. 

What can a poor bureaucrat do, 
except to assign a commission to 
study the problem? 

So they did. 

Dr. Charles Schultze, economics 
lecturer and fairhaired boy of the stu- 
dent body since his chairing of the 
strike meetings in Spring, 1970, was 
appointed to head a study group 
which would consider the twofold 
responsibility, editorial and fiscal, of 
student publications. 

The Schultze Commission, after 
due deliberation, produced a lengthy 
opinion, the gist of which urged that 
the University form an independent 
publications corporation, whose 
existence would effect a de /ur/s, if 
not c/e facto, separation of student 
publications from the University, m 
the event of a lawsuit or like court 
action. The day-to-day role of the 
corporation would be to develop 
self-supporiing student publications 
by consolidating assets, increasing 
advertising, and gradually weaning 



the newspaper, magazines, and year- 
book away from Mother SGA. 

After nearly two years, that aim 
seems well on its way toward ac- 
complishment. 

Maryland Media, Inc., has sur- 
vived so far, and survived quite 
nicely. The shock of SGA's initial, 
and much-belated fund allocation 
has come and gone, and genuine 
progress has been made toward that 
primary goal of solvent self-support. 
Publications that currently be- 
long to MM! include; 

The Diamondhack, the campus 
daily, which has consistently won 
national acclaim for its quality. 

The Black Explosion, a biweekly 
newspaper of, for, and by, the cam- 
pus Black community. 

Argus/dimension magazine, a 
hybrid animal composed of equal 
parts Argus, the old glossy monthly, 
and dimension, the DBK's weekly fea- 
ture supplement. 

Ca/vert, thecampus literary maga- 
zine, which has traditionally appeared 
irregularly. 

And, of course, the Terrapin, 
which you now hold in your hot lit- 
tle hands. 

Also included in the MMI stable 
but not currently operative is the 
Course Guide, whose resurgence is 
even now being plotted. 

Without getting lost in corporate 
bylaws and legal infra-structure, the 
Board of Directors is comprised of: 
William Edgeworth, chairman of 



the Board and President of the Cor- 
poration. 

Dr. Richard Lee, vice-president 
and treasurer of the corporation. Dr. 
Lee is an associate professor in the 
lournalism department. 

Michael ). Dolan, secretary of 
the board. Mike is editor-in-chief of 
Argus/dimension magazine. 

Chad Neighbor, editor-in-chief 
of the Diamondback. 

I. William Hill, associate editor 
of the Washington Star-News. 

Kenneth Harter, associate editor 
of the Washington Post. 

W. Daniel Webster, editor of the 
Terrapin. 

Sarah McFadden, vice-president 
of the Student Government Associa- 
tion. 

Dr. Saul Sosnowsky, associate 
professor in the Language Depart- 
ment. 

Allan lackson, publisher of the 
Annapolis Evening Capitol. 

Michael Fribush, business man- 
ager of the corporation. 

The board meets on a more-or- 
less monthly basis to deal with cor- 
poration business, and to discuss 
problems and future plans. 

So, there you have it: Maryland 
Media, Incorporated. A struggling 
young business enterprise, safe from 
the slings and arrows of the commer- 
cial world by virtue of its location in 
the groves of academie. 

- Michael /. Dolan 



Black Explosion Staff 



Editor-in-Chief; Sondra Dawson 
Associate Editor: Patricia WIneeler 
Managing Editor: Stanley Cofield 
News Editor: Gregory Countess 
Photography Editor: Ernest Gayles 
Business Manager: Arthur Green 

Sondra Dawson: "We've been able to expand in 
that we've gone from a monthly publica- 
tion to a bi-weekly. We plan to expand 
some more, but I'm not at liberty to say 
how at this time because we haven't made 
final plans yet." 

Pat Wheeler: "We're trying to get more blacks 
interested in journalism — tree expression 
and good journalistic technique." 




Diamondback Staff 



Editor-in-Chief; Chad Neighbor 
Managing Editors: Michael Powell, loan 

lacobson, Pete Mekeel 
Assistant Managing Editors: Nancy Frazier 
News Editor: Kim Keister 
Assistant News Editors: Anne Farrington, 

Aletha Yurewicz 
Business Manager: Carole Franks 
Photography Editor: Ernest Bush 

Chad Neighbor: "Well, I hope it's 
going bigger - I mean, that's 
the main thing - more pages 
and more stories as a result. 
And more money, which 
makes for more indepen- 
dence." 

Bishop: "... a very good student 
paper. For the most it is rather 
accurate. You have to expect 
some mistakes as a part of 
learning." 











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Argus/Dimension Staff 

Editor: Mike Dolan 

Associate Editor: Debbie Prager 

Staff: Stu Armstrong, Bart Brown, Carlos Cardona, 

Mary |o Ford, Mark Kernis, Barry Putterman, 

Gene Deems, Robin Herron. 






1973 TERRAPIN 

Executive Staff 



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Terrapin Staff 

Editor-in-Chief: Daniel Webster 
Managing Editor; Alice Bailey 
Layout Editor: Use Whisner 
Photography Editor: Edward Potskowski 
Assistant Photography Editor: James Holwager 
Business Manager: Charles Rosenblatt 

Copy Writers: Vickie Beard, Anne Farrington, Anna Filippi, 

Faith Beall 
Artists: Tobey Conner, Karl Molner, George Clausen 
Photographers: Steve Swartz, Henry Dabrowski, Barbara 

Bramman, David Kosotsky, Robert Douglas, Joseph 

Postman, Linda Britt, John Suska. 






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Reed Whittemore, 



former poetry consultant 
to the Library of Congress. 
Literary Editor, New Republic 



. . . So here we are - students, teachers, scholars - 
Distinguished (except for myself) for our grades and 

intelligence, 
And wed to the many grave virtues of the past 
Such as honor, tolerance, manners, and breadth of 

vision. 
That our institutional fund raisers make much of 
With our books piled to the ceilings, and our pins and 

keys 
And funny old pipes and accents queer, 
We're of use it seems, to the cloisters to which we 

adhere 
Like ivy sere, 

Of use as props or in bit parts in the staging 
Of that clumsy archaic play called "Arts and 
Humanities" . . . 

from "Return, Alpheus" 
in Poems, new and selected 
by Reed Whittemore 
© 1967 University of Minnesota Press, 
(Minneapolis.) 



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Chancellor Bishop: 

"The most frustrating aspect of this university 
is that it is so large one can't know enough 
about it." 

"I am very proud of the campus reorganiza- 
tion, and the modules. Students are better 
satisfied in the modules than anywhere else on 
campus." 





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Senior: "It takes someone who has been at this 
campus a tew years to appreciate Chancellor 
Charles Bishop. Before Bishop, the administra- 
tion seemed totally removed from student con- 
tact and student opinion. Bishop is probably 
one of the best things that has happened to this 
campus in years. He has at least opened up the 
lines of communication between students and 
administration needed to run this campus 
effectively." 






203 



Sophomore: "Does the administration really exist? Lite on 
campus is like predestination - you really can't affect 
anything." 

Freshman: "Total disorganization. They haven't got it to- 
gether at North Administration. Nobody knows what's 
going on, and they act like you're inconveniencing them 
it you ask a question." 

junior: "This campus is so big - it just amazes me how the 
administration can keep it running so smoothly." 






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208 




Austin, C. 


Babnigg, L. 


Baden, M. 


Bailey, A 


Baker, J. 


Bojko, H. 


Baumgarten, S. 


Bayly, M 


Beall, F. 


Beard, V. 


Beckett, D. 


Berg, L. 









Clark, K 

Clements, Emme, P. 
Cohen, D. 
Countee, V. 
Curto, P. 



BIssell, C. 
Blivess, S. 



Blackistone, B. 
Burns, C. 



Blackistone, J. 

Chernev, W. 



Blass, C 

Chromiak, S. 



209 




L- 


Davis 


T 


Dawson 


P 


Decter 


R 


DeDonato 


J 


Deneroff 


D 


Dickinson 


L. 


Dickson 


J, 


DIener 


J. 


Dietsch 


E 


Diglrolamo 


K 


Doetsch 


S. 


Edelman 




G 


Erhard 


J 


Fairchild 


S. 


Farren 


J 


Feldman 


A. 


Filippi 


S 


FIshbein 


M 


Flott 


D 


Foreman 


V. 


Fowler 


R^ 


Freeman 



210 






K Frye 
E. Gaffney 



J. Garber 

I. Greenstein 



L Gevantmar 
R Hancock 



J Goldberg 
J. Harwell 



C. Greene 
J Henderson 



211 





I. Heneson 

D Hughes 
J. Jackson 
J. Jason 



C Hoffman 
M. Hurwitz 
E Janzegers 
W Jordan 




1 




J. Kemp 
J. Klaric 



B. Kerchner 
S Kline 



M Ken/vin 
D Kolman 



212 





J. Lang 
D^ Liard 



L. Leggett 
R. Lishinsky 



S. Leonard 
A. LIttlepage 



E. Levin 
J- Livornese 



C. Lohmeier 
M Lojacono 





J Louis 

K. McClellan 



S. Lowenstein 
P. McGuire 



D. Luplnetti 
K. McNickle 



S. McCabe 
P. Mandelman 



T Manekin 
J. Marlnko 



213 





S. Masakowski 



N, Mathias 



D, Matz 



H. Mazer 












B. Miller 
L Mintz 
L. Monsheimer 



B. Moskowitz 
B. Mueller 
S. Mulvey 



J M uzzy 
J. OConnell 
P, Ostrander 



J Pachino 
L Palau 
J Parkins 



214 





N Paymer 



R, Peabody 



E, Penn 



G, Petros 



A Powell 




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w 


. Queen 


H Rand 


R Reppa 


B. Richardson 


S Ritterpusch 


E, 


Robinson 


T. Rooney 


C. Rotman 


C Roos 


M. Rothberg 



215 





M Rubino 
J. Saylor 



S Rubick 
M. Schuller 



M. Saunders 
R. Scotti 




J. Sevigny 
G. Smith 



R. Shea 
J. Smith 



P. Skocz 
M Solomon 



J Slipow 
E. Sorin 



G Smith 
P Stafford 



216 




D Stanford 
M. Sweeny 



D. Stevens 
J. Taylor 



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A- Vina 


S. Voshell 


S. Waters 


W Webster 


R Welner 


P. Wheeler 


C. Whisner 


1. Whisner 


D. Wilkerson 


S Zandman 



217 




Behavioral and Social Services 




218 




J. Abbuhl 
C. Awkard 



S, Adier 
R, Banvard 



Ahalt 
P. Barnes 



S. Arnold 
A. Bass 



M Austin 
L. Beach 







A. Berger 
W. Berry 



M Best 

R. Blacklstone 



J. Blasenstein 
R. Bodell 



D. Breldall 
R. Brenner 



219 





M Brilliant 
C Bronson 
F Bruce 
A. Burgess 



D. Brokke 
C. Brown 
G Bujac 
K. Burke 



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R Callaway 
E Capelle 



S Cannon 
J Caponiti 



M Canter 
M. Cardwell 



220 





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C Carlson 
D. Chew 



H. Carrick 
G. Cohen 



B. Cavanagh 
J Cohen 



A. Chan 
S. Cohen 



J, Coleman 
M- Conlin 





W Connelly 
R. Curran 



E. Costello 
R. Curtin 



E. Crecente 
R. Dalgewicz 



B. Cumbie 
S Darnell 



M. Datlow 
J. Deflbaugh 



221 




E. Der 

A. Dickman 
S. Dorazio 

B. Dybalski 



R. DeWitt 
R Dolinsky 
E. Drawbridge 
A. Edwards 




R Eikner 
N Feldman 



D Ensor 
J. Ferrara 



D Errigo 
P. Fine 




222 






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V. Forrester 
L. Gbadamosi 



K. Gasman 
A Gehauf 



K- Geller 
P- Giller 



M. Gerstein 
M. Gilson 



D Gigler 
R Goldburg 









W Goodwin 


M. Gorgchow 


M Green berg 


J. Gross 


H. Ha 


G. Haas 


T, Hall 


H. Harper 


K. Heintzelman 


M, Herbst 


L. Hessberg 


R. Hilton 



223 





R Hoheisel 
B. Norton 
T- Huppman 



S Holland 
S Hovidobre 
James 



J Hopkins 
H Huffman 
M. Jason 



R. Hopkins 

E- Hugler 
G. Jones 



S Jones 
L. Judelson 
S. Karlin 
W. Katcef 



224 








If J 






P Kaylor 
K. Keating 
M Kesslnger 
D. Kirby 
P. Kirshstein 




c. 


Koch 


R, Krause 


F. Krimm 


G 


Krumnne 


J. 


Kurdyla 


T. Lackey 


S. Lane 


D 


Lawrence 


R. 


Lawrence 


M, Leaf 


L. Lee 


S- 


Lee 




C. Lenander 
R. Livingston 



R. Lerner 
W. Llewllyn 



J Lewis 
N, Long 



M. Lipsitz 
J Lyon 



225 






M McAbee 
M. Mabra 


R McCarthy 
S- Mackler 


J McConnaughey 
A Mattheis 


R Nelson 
K Noonan 


N Nickel 

A Nucciarone 


R Mendoza 
D. Mimm 


D Middleton 
J Nachman 


T. Mieike 
J Nathanson 


T O'Malley 
A Orzechowski 
D, Payne 


F Orifici 
S. Parker 
M Perry 



226 






G. Petrone 
M. Queen 



E Reamy 
A, Rizer 



K Reed 

M. Robinson 



M Regan 
R Robinson 



A Rigas 
J. Rogers 



227 






J. Romero 


R Roos 


C Rosenblatt 


K Scepaniak 


M Schaeffer 


T. Rosenblat 


S Rosenblur 


H. Rubin 


G. Schaffer 


S Schatz 


D. Rudy 


W Ryan 


E Salander 






S. Sanford 


R Sarti 


J Savage 







228 





C- Schneider 
L. Schumacher 



P, Schultz 
S Schwartz 




H Schwartzapfel 
H- Siebert 



D, Sentman 
R. Silberman 



D. Shanker 
F. Silverstein 



L. Shear 
D. Smith 



G Sickmund 
E. Smith 



229 






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J. 


Smith 
Steinberg 
Stubblebine 
Sylvester 


T. Smith 

J. Still 

A Sugar 

L Tannenbaum 


R 
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J 
K 


Soraci 
Strouse 
Sullivan 
Thomas 




R Todd 


J. Tompros 


L. Triplett 


F. Troy 


C. Villa 


L. Voight 


S. VonBretzel 


C, Walker 


C^ Wallace 


R, Warner 



230 



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G Warren 
F Wemstein 



D. Westcott 
D. Wions 



P. White 
J. Wisor 



D. Wilk 
L. Wood 



R, Wineholt 
S. Wright 



231 




Human and Community Resources 




I 



232 








S. Allen 


C Aragon 


P. Bahor 


M Baldwin 


J Baumgardner 


J- Beardsley 


C. Berger 


S Berger 


H Binder 


K. Bishop 


P. Blank 


L. Blauth 




L. Abdow 
L^ Abell 
C Absher 
R. Ahern 
M. Alfonso 




S Bleackman 


H Bojko 


P Born 


M Bowman 


P. Boyd 


R. Boyle 


T. Brady 


J. Breslow 



233 










R Breunig 
S Brubaker 



N Brown 
M, Burke 



J Brown 
S. Burkoff 



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J. Burns 


R- Cam 


C Calarco 


R- Caldwell 


S Capare 


K, Carpenter 


D Carter 


S Cartner 


J Cataldi 


L Chin 



234 




B- Coghill 
R. Collier 



M. Colbert 
C, Conrad 




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iinris 




K Corcoran 
D Daniels 



D. Crampton 
C Darne 



P. Crapster 
T. DeMon 



M. Dalto 

D. Densock 



P Daly 
D. DeWitt 



235 





p 


Dials 


M 


Dinerman 


M DiPietro 


V. 


Dobson 


P 


Drake 


P. Duncan 


R, 


Durgin 


C 


Bwyer 


F. Eastham 


E. 


Edwards 


J 


Errigo 


S Evans 




I 



P Fahrner 
G Fensterwald 
M- Filling 
B, Fisher 
M. Fisher 



P. Feldman 
R Fields 
K, Finnell 
C- Fisher 
E Fishpaw 



236 







D. Foster 

D. Franclemont 

J. Franz 



J. Fries 
R. Garten 



R. Fuchs 
V. Genovese 



C. Gaffney 
S Gerzoff 



W. Gallenzzo 
W- Gobeil 



237 




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G Gouchnour 
D. Goldsmith 
M. Goss 
F Grahn 



K. Golda 
E. Goldsmith 
J. Gould 
J. Griffith 




L Green 
E. Haines 



J Grubman 
S- Hamburg 



E. Grufferman 
G. Hamer 




238 





C. Hammond 
M Hardy 



J, Hanson 
S. Harger 



M, Harrison 
C, Held 



M- Hayes 
C. Helmick 



M, Hedrick 
S, Herrell 








K. Hess 


M Higdon 


S. Hill 


N. Hoff 


P. Hoffman 


S- Hoffman 


L Holets 


M Hopper 


R. Hughes 


J Humiston 


R Hummel 


K, Huson 



239 







Hutch! ns, E. 


Hylind, E. 


Hyman. K 


Johnson, L 


Johnston, W. 


Jones, B, 


Jones, P, 


Kandra, K 




Katz, G 
Kessler, D. 



Keast, C. 
Ketz, D. 



Keir, M. 
Kiddy, M, 



240 





Kim, M. 


Kimlicko, A. 


Kobre, K 


Kramer, R 


Krell, D^ 


Krissoff, R. 


Krome, M. 


Kurtz, S 



Laird, K, 
Lambert, D, 





Landson, A. 
Laucl<a, I. 



Lane, B. 
Law, C. 



Larson, L. 
Leaf, D. 



Laster, D. 
Lee, C, 



Lee, K. 
Lee, M. 



24: 








Leefer, N. 
Liberatore. A. 



Leventhal, L. 
Lingg, J. 



Levin, S. 
London, J. 



Lewis, C. 
Lorey, M. 





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Luzetsky, K. 


Lyies, D 


Lyons, C 


McGillicuddy, D. 


McKim, S. 


McMurray, B. 


Mah, J. 


Malin, J, 


Manley, J. 


Marchell, B 



242 





Mayer, L. 
Metz, B. 




Metz, M. 
Monaghan, P. 



Miles, S. 
Morral, W. 



Miller, E 
Muirhead, J 



Mirman, I. 
Minster, C. 



Mirochnik, F. 
Nixon, P 



243 





D Oldham 



P. O'Neal 



S Nonn 



D. Noplack 



A. OKeefe 



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B. O'Neale 
L. Ostrander 
M. Pallas 



C. Papiermelster 
A. Paskow 
P. PaskowskI 



L. Pellenbarg 
J. Perdue 
V. Perler 



B Pettit 
E. Pines 
L. Pitts 



244 





N Powell 



P Pozarek 



D. Proffitt 



J. Pzwarl 



R. Pagusa 







71 MARYLAND 




K Ralford 


C. Reichart 


S. Remer 


P Richardson 


M. Ridge 


C. Rigdon 


S. Rimmer 


J. Ritter 


R. Rodeman 


J. Roper 



245 








c 


Rotter 


R. Rowen 


K Ryland 


B. 


Saffos 


T. Saffos 


J. Sagona 


P. 


Sandler 


S Sapplngton 


D. Sass 


A. 


Sattler 


G. Scfiikevitz 


M. Schmidt 



246 





M Schott 


E Schwartz 


J. Schwartz 


J, Scotch 


M- Segal 


T. Shand 


S, Shane 


J, Sharpe 



S. Shaw 
K Slagle 






B. Slavin 
B. Stolarz 



R. Smith 
E. Strenger 



Y. Soderstrum 
W. Surkis 



K. Stokes 
M. Teplitsky 



J- Terebuch 
M. Thoma 



247 





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C. Thomas 

J Triplett 

T Von Allmen 



D. Thomas 

N Tucker 

C Von Brieson 



J Thorpe 
M. Varney 
M Wadsworth 



L. Tolchin 
L. Vitelozzi 
A. Waldstein 



B Waters 
M Waters 
T Webber 
M Weinberger 



m SMOKING 
FOOD OR BEVERAGES 
' PERMITTED IN ' 
LASSROOMS OR LABS 





D^ Weisz 



K. Whisman 



S. Wiggs 



M, Willensteiner 



C Wilkens 





P. Wilkerson 


D. Wille 


J. Williams 


M. Wise 


S. Wiseman 


A. Wolfson 


S Yokel 


S Zagoren 


K Zeniak 


L Zilber 



249 





Life Sciences and Agriculture 




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250 





B. Avellini 
J, Branham 



T Bauman 
P. Bronowitz 



R Blackie 
S. Garden 



N. Boonkerd 
A. Chile 



G Coyle 
D- Flyer 





L. George 
D Horwack 



S. Greenberg 
G Jackson 



J. Harshman 

L. Joines 



J Heenan 
C Jori 



L. Joseph 

J. Knight 



251 





A Leonard 
R Lynch 
J. Merchant 




M. Mostann 
T. O'Mailey 



J. Myers 
J, Perry-Hil 



P. Niktash 

J. Pryor 



M^ Nolt 
R Rader 



N. Oleynik 
B^ Rudert 



252 




V. Russack 
L. Ryblkowsky 





A. Santry 
C. Schulten 




E. Schurman 
B Syckes 



K^ Seely 
K. Thoemke 



M. Shuck 
M. Thomas 



W. Stenwall 
D. Wallace 



A. Swift 
K. Wilson 



253 



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Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences 




254 







J Augustine 
D. Banwarth 
V^ Berg 
A, Blanar 
G Bougham 




R. 


Broderick 


S, Budzynski 


K Chan 


S Craig 


D. 


Daly 


M. Deltchman 


V, Demko 


B Der 


A. 


Engelen 


A Gegor 


M Goldberg 


M. Hammett 




D. Harder 
J Hopkins 



D. Harris 
A, Howard 



T. Herron 
C Jones 



W. Hillard 
S. Katz 



255 





Mi 




C Klein 


J 


Koroulakis 


H Kravetz 


D Parker 




J Peacock 


J. Kush 


P. 


Lam 


J. Lambrechts 


R Peacock 




S Pierce 


G McLaughlin 


C 


Malligo 


M- Menzle 


W Poppe 




W Schmoeller 


D- Miller 


A 


Newman 


H Donnell 


J Sheperd 
W, Sommerwe 


rck 


D. Shute 
R. Terrell 



256 









C. Voorhees 
S. Vuthiganond 



W Wallace 
J, WInslow 



D. Walsh 
R. Wolfgang 



R. Watklns 
D. Zafiris 



F Weiker 
N Zeroth 



257 






Angel Flight 



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Alpha Chi Omega 



258 




Alpha Delta Phi 




Alpha Gamma Rho 



259 




Alpha Gamma Delta 



First Row 

Alice Sattler, president; Marjorie Settler, Margaret Jones, Deborah Ball, 
Margaret Saville, Rita Campos, Laurie Goldrick. 

Second Row 
Cathleen Mcintosh, Mary Jo Norris, Catherine Breedlove, 
Leora Link, Cathleen OHara, Denise Liard, Diane Wynn. 

Third Row 

Sandra Kryzanowsky, Virginia Bowen, Karen Hansen, Christine Litwak, 
Rhonda Rollins, Janet Fox, Laura Pellenbarg, Donna Brodsky. 

Not Pictured 

Margaret Alford, Gayle Brenchley, Diane Carey, Margot Filling, Janice Forney, 

Karia Gigerich, Dorothy Harrington, Karen Kaminski. 



261 




Alpha Pi 




262 



American Society Of Civil Engineering 




Maryland Chapter 
Chi Epsilon 




Cumberland Hall, first and second floors 



263 




Cumberland Hall, fifth and sixth floors 




Delta Delta Delta 



264 




Delta Gamma 




Delta Phi Epsilon 



265 



Diadem 

Honor 

Society 





Ellicott Hall, Second Floor 



266 




Gamma Phi Beta 




Inter-Fraternity Council 



267 




Kappa Alpha 




Kappa Alpha Theta 



258 




Kappa Delta 




Kappa Kappa Gamma 



269 



Mortar 

Board 

Honor 

Society 





Pan Hellenic Council 



270 




Phi Kappa Sigma 




Phi Kappa Tau 



272 





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Anne Athos 
Zane Seller 
Mary Kay Dent 
Donna Dalley 
Emily Dickson 
Patti Friel 
Jill Gehman 
Chris Gilkey 
Susie Hasterman 
Terr, Kacena 
Janet Leung 
Caren Moss 
Deni Nitkowski 
Mary Pedevillano 
Gerry Pfaff 
Mary Romsey 
Barbara Raposa 
Debbie Stair 
Gayle Stevens 



Sheri Sullivan 
Jeanette Stovall 
Leslie Verostic 
Diane Walker 
Karen Woodcock 
Janice Cnchton 
Sue Fleming 
Marianne Fingel 
Doris Gnat 
Joy Humphrey 
Marion Lobvan 
Robbi Mead 
Karen Renders 
Gall Poffenberger 
Irene Stone 
Sue Babeki 
Sharon Mars 
Bernice McFaren 



275 




Sigma Chi 




Maryland Beta Chapter Of Tau Beta Phi 



276 




Theta Chi 




^U ™E Colles 




Young Republicans Club 



278 



Welcome 

New 



Alumni 





Your Alumni Association 
welcomes you, members of 
the class of 1973, to its ranks. 
We congratulate you on your 
academic achievements. 

Commencement is a begin- 
ning, not an end: the begin- 
ning of a new career, new 
friendships, a new life style. 

But it is not the end of your 
relationship with the Univer- 
sity. As a graduation gift, the 
Alumni Association has given 
you a free membership for 
your first year as an alumnus. 
Take advantage of the wide 
variety of activities open to 
you as a Maryland grad. 

The Alumni Office is lo- 
cated in the Main Administra- 
tion building. For information 
about alumni programs call 
454-4011. 







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Alumni 
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Information given in the following index is listed in order of the student's name, hometown, major field of study and 
activities participated in as an undergraduate student. \^ ■% 



AbbumI, John E., Adelphi, Maryland. Sociol- 
ogy. French Club; Bridge Club; Ski Club, 

Abdow, Lorraine B., Hillcrest Heights, Mary- 
land Elementary Education 

Abell, Linda ]., Oxon Hill, Maryland. Elemen- 
tary Education 

Absher, Christine B., Camp Springs, Maryland. 
Elementary Education. 

Adier, Steven A., Hyattsville, Maryland Public 
Administration, US, photographer. 

Ahalt, O. Daniel, Seabrook, Maryland. Ac- 
counting 

Ahern, Roberta M., Clinton, Maryland. Hu- 
man Ecology, Floor Oli'icer, S.E.C. 

Alfonso, Margaret C, Hyattsville, Maryland. 
Special Education. C.E.C.; Volunteer DC. 
Childrens Center, 

Allen, Sherrill M., Rockville, Maryland, Early 
Childhood Education 

Aragon, Carol L., Laurel, Maryland, Secondary 
Art Education 

Arnold, Susan R., Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 
Sociology P,AC,E. tutor, 

Augustine, Janet T., Chevy Chase, Maryland, 
Mathematics. Television Workshop. 

Austin, Carolyn, Washington, D.C, Speech 
Communications, Student representative 
for Department of Speech Communica- 
tions, 1971-72 

Austin, Miles )., Hyattsville, Maryland. Busi- 
ness Organization and Theory 

Avellini, Barbara Ann, New Hyde Park, New 
York Zoology. Pre-medical society; P.A.C.E. 

Awkard, Cornelius P., Sandy Spring. Maryland. 
Sociology, Black Student Union, 

Babnigg, Louis C, College Park, Maryland, 
Studio Art 

Baden, Martina V., Mechanicsville, Maryland 
.Arts & Sciences, 

Bahor, Patricia E., New Hyde Park, New York, 
Textiles and Consumer Economics 

Bailey, Alice I., Silver Spring, Maryland, lour- 
nalism. Managing Editor, 1973 Terrapin, 
University Symphony Orchestra. 

Baker, janifer L., Baltimore, Maryland. Dra- 
matic Arts, DC Black Rep, Co 

Baldwin, Margaret J., Beltsville, Maryland. 
Therapeutic Recreation Varsity Cheer- 
leader; Maryland Recreation and Parks So- 
ciety; State Society Recreation Meeting 
program planner 

Banvard, Richard A., Kensington, Maryland. 
Psychology 

Banwarth, David M., Hyattsville, Maryland. 
Engineering. Society of Fire Protection Engi- 
neering, chairman. 

Barnes, Peggy A., Baltimore, Maryland, Sociol- 
ogy 

Bass, Anthony E., Mt Rainier, Maryland, BPA, 
Black Student Union, 

Bauman, Theresa R., Snow Hill, Maryland 
Conservation and Resources Development 
Aqualiners, 

Baumgardner, Jo Ann, Cockeysville, Maryland, 
Speech and Drama Education, 

Baumgarten, Steve V., Baltimore, Maryland, 
Arts & Sciences, 

Bayly, Madelaine A., Hyattsville, Maryland 
Spanish 

Beach, Lory D., Severna Park, Maryland, Gov- 
ernment and Politics, 

Beall, Faith S., Riverdale, Maryland, Speech 
and journalism. University Theatre, Alpha 
Xi Delta Sorority; 1973 Terrapin; University 



and. Rec-jf" 
nd. Busi^ 



Commuters Association, Student Speech 
Association; SGA Communfcatiuns Com- 
mittee (1970); SUB Social Committee 
(1969-70); Acted in Wizard of Oz, Prime 
of Miss lean Brodie, Carousel 

Beard, Vickie M., Arnold, Marvlaml EnKlish 
and lournalism. La Plata 4 treasurer, PCC 
Committee, A&S, Lutheran Campus Minis- 
try; General Honors Program, Copv Writer, 
1973 Terrapin; Phi Kappa Phi Honorary 

Beardslgy, Jane B., Salisbury, Maryland Library 
Science Education. ■^ 

Beckett, Denise S., Beltsville, Marylang. En- 
glish. 

Berg, Loretta, Riverdale, Maryland Hs^ry. 
PACE, vice president, Student Unjon 
Board, treasurer. 

Berg, Vincent H., Silver Spring, Maryland. Civil 
Engineering A.S C.E.; Dining Hall #4, man- 
ager; Dorm, secretary. 

Berger, Alan W., Adelphi, Maryland. Transport 
tation. Delta Sigma Pi. 

Berger, Charlene B., Baltimore, Maryland. 
Elementary Education. 

Berger, Steven R., Hyattsville, Marylan 
reation. 

Berry, William M., Waldorf, Maryland, 
ness Administration. 

Best, Milford R., Washington, DC. General 
Business. 

Binder, Harriet, Early Childhood Education 
AC E I, 

Bishop, Katherine J., Glen Burnie. Maryland 
Education Social Secretary Dorm Section t 

Bissell, Connie, Clearwater, .Florida, S|)dnish 
Delta Delta Delta, president. Mortar Board, 
president; Ski Club; Sigma Delta Pi, 

Blackie, Robert S., Springfield, Massachusetts. 
Botany, Veterans Club, presidefit 

Blackistone, Bruce E., Silver Sprir^, Maryland, 
History First Warlord, Maryland Medieval 
Mercenary Militia; Fencing Club^ Terrapin 
Trail Club % 

Blackistone, Judith E., Silver Spring, Maryland 
English Chapel Choir 

Blackistone, Richard P., Jr., Silver Spring, Mary- 
land, Transportation. Delta Nu Alpha. 

Blanar, Anita M., Baltimore, Maryland Malhe- 
matics. 

Blank, Pamela J., Baltimore, Maryland. Ho/li- 
cullure Education. University Sponsor, Ex- 
ecutive Administrative Secretary for prien- 
tation Programs; Vice Chancellor's Commis- 
sion on Transition to the University; Provost 
Search Committee, Division of Life Sciences 
and Agriculture, Phi Kappa Phi Honor So- 
ciety; Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Zeta; Pi 
Alphi Xi, president; Mortar Board, Diadem, 

Blasenstein, Jerry, Yonkers, New York, Infor- 
mation Systems Management , 

Blass, Carol S., French Literature, Floor secre- 
tary. Delta Phi Alpha, 

Blauth, Linda M., New Carrollton, Maryland, 
MEd , Remedial Reading, 

Bleakman, Sheri L., Baltimore, ,\tdr\land Ele- 
mentary Education 

Blivess, Suzan F., Baltimore, Maryland, Radio 
and Television 

Bodele, Robert M., Frankfort, Kentucky li- 
nance, 

Boonkerd, Nantakorn, Bangkok, Thailand 
MS,, Agronomy 

Born, Peggy Ann, Westminster, Maryland, 
English Education, .> 



Bosko, Helen, Russian 

Boughan, Gary N., Hyattsville, Maryland. 
Electrical Engineering. 

Bowman, Mark A., Silver Spring, Maryland. 
Recreation. 

Boyd, Pamela J., Fair Haven, New lersey. 
Physical Education 

Boyle, Roberta C, Cheverly, Maryland, Re- 
creation, Equestrian Club, 

Brady, Thomas P., Rockville, Maryland, Ele- 
mentary Education, Pep Committee, 

Branham, Jack L., Flemington, New lersey. 
Zoology 

Brenner, Robert N. Ill, Lutherville, Maryland, 
Law Enforcement, Lambda Alpha Epsilon, 
secretary; Law Enforcement Association; 
Sports Car Club; Intramural football and 
basketball, 

Breslow, Jill, Bellmore, New York, Elementary 
Education, AC, El, 

Breunig, Ruth C, Bowie, Maryland. Home- 
Economics Education. Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Omicron Nu. 

Brilliant, Harvey P., Annapolis, Maryland. 
Pre-Med Psychology. Tau Epsilon Phi, secre- 
tary; Psychology Undergraduate Commit- 
tee; Pre-Med Society; Muscular Dystrophy 
marathon. 

Broderick, Richard J., Electrical Engineering. 
Intramural basketball. 

Brokke, Denis K., Baltimore, Maryland. Mar- 
keting. 

Bronowitz, Philip F., Brooklyn, New York, 
Zoology. Pre-Med. Society, secretary; 
Tau Delta Phi, vice-president; Phi Sigma 
Society; Phi Eta Sigma, 

Bronson, Carl C, Bowie, Maryland, informa- 
tion Systems Management, 

Brown, Clifton L., Hyattsville, Maryland, An- 
thropology and Sociology, 

Brown, Maomi, Mamaroneck, New York, Early 
Childhood Education, 

Brown, Janet M., Baltimore, Maryland, Educa- 
tion, SGA, Election Committee, ludicial 
Board, representative; Women's Recreation 
Association; Association of Childhood Edu- 
cation, secretary, 

Brubaker, Sylvia )., Home Economics Educa- 
tion, Gamma Sigma Sigma, 

Bruce, Frank, Rockville, Maryland, Geography, 

Budzynski, Stanley G., Clifton Heights, Penn- 
sylvania, Fire Protection Engineering, So- 
ciety of Fire Protection Engineers, president. 

Bujac, Gregorle W., Bowie, Maryland. Person- 
nel and Labor Relations. 

Burgess, Anthony J., Hyattsville, Maryland. 
Finance, Intramural sports; Black Student 
Union 

Burke, Kevin A., New Carrollton, Maryland, 
Transportation, Delta Nu Alpha, Skydivers 
Club 

Burke, Mary Ann, Silver Spring, Maryland, 
Elementary Education, 

Burkoff, Shelley A., Baltimore, Maryland. 
Home Economics. Blood Drive Fall 1970. 

Burns, Celeste L., Hyattsville, Maryland, En- 
glish Folklore 

Burns, James A., OIney, Maryland. Industrial 
Arts Education 

Cain, Rebecca L., Baltimore, Maryland. Span- 
ish Education. Ka|)pa Delta Pi; Montgomery 
East, vice-president 

Calarco, Claudia L., Silver Spring, Maryland. 
Math Education Women's Swim Team, 



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, Lauii.'l, Maryland. Psy- 

i 

S|)i inn, Maryland Psy- 

Hyatlsville, Maryland. 
Terrapin I rail 
Commuter'. As- 




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Caldwell, Ronald B., lollegc l\iik \\ai\kmd. 
Phybical Ediii alion Phv^ical Cdutation 
Majors Club 

Cillaway Robert A., Jr 
rholog\-. 

Cannon, Sally A., SIKc 
chologv. 

Canter, M. Kathleen, 
Government and Politic- 
Club, Ireasurer; Universit\ 
sotidlion. l 

Caparell, Sandra L, Hlllcresi Heights, 'Mary- 
land. Elementary Education Dorm, secre- 
tary 

Capelle, Ernest A., jr.. Silver S|)ring, Maryland, 
Ceneial Business Adminisliation Terra;"" 
Ski Club. 

Caponlli, James {.., Silver S|jring, Maryl 
General Business. University Commuters 
.Association, president, vice-president. 

Carden, Sharon L., Oxon Hill, .Vtarvland, \rn- 
mal Science. 

Cardwell, Mark E., Rockville, Maryl.md. Eco- 
nomics, 

Carlson, Christopher C, Randallstow n, Mary- 
land. Personnel and Labor Relations 

Carpenter, Kafhie A., Hagerstovvn, Marvland. 
Earlv Childhood Education, P.A.C L 

Carrick, Hugh B., I^hiladelphia, Penns\Kania, 
Sociology, Sociology Club: UMV-\V\ Coor- 
dinating Committee 

Carter, Deborah A., Glen Burnic, \lai\land, 
licmenlary Education, P.A C E , Kdpi)a Helta 
Sorority, treasurer, president: Diamond 
I lonorary 

Cartner, Sharon L, Clinton, Marsland Inglish 
■ Education 

CataidI, Joanne, M., Beltsvillc, ,\l.ir\laiicl Spe- 
cial Education. 

Cavanagh, Barbara R., Shrew sljuiy, \iu jer- 
sey. Criminology. Delta Camrna, |)rcMdent;; 
Undergraduate ' CriminoloH\ Assouation; 
Diamond Honorary; Pan-Hellenic: PA.C.E. 

Chan, Audrey S.K., Silver Spring Maryland. 
Accounting, Chinese Student A-~^ih lation: 
Beta Alpha Psi. 

Chan, Kitty Kit-Ching, Silver Spring, Mai \ land. 
Mathematics. 

Chernev, Wendy, Fair Lawn New 
Speech and Hearing Science, Phi S 
Sigma, secretary, Stewart: Diamond H 
ary: P.A.C.E.; Denton Hall ireshman lepre- 
sentative. 

Chew, Doris A., Silver Spring, Maryland Ac- 
counting, Alpha Lambda Delta, Beta 
Gamma Sigma; Alpha Beta Psi, ' 

Chin, Linda. Spec lal Education, Chinese Stu- 
dent Association, vice-president: ludo Club. 

Chiomiak, Sonia |., Bridgeport, Connecticut. 
lournalism RHA. floor president: Gamma 
Sigma Sit;iii,i 

Chile, Anthony F., Kensington, ,\tdr\land. 
Zoology, Pre-Med. Pre-Med Sociel\ trea- 
surer: Intramural football. 

Clark, Kalherine, Belair, Marvland, lournalism. 
Clements Emme, Patricia L., Silver spring, 

Mar\-land. Speech and Hearing. 
Coghill, Betty |., Salisbury, .Mainland Human 

Ecology, 
Cohen, Diane L., Lancaster, PcnnsyKania, En- 
glish 
Cohen, Gregory R., Frederick, Maryland. 
Public Administration, Tau Delta Phi, presi- 
denl. Young Democrats: Gale and Ki'\, 
Cohen, )ay D., Brooklyn, New Vnrk, < nininol- 
ogy. Campus judicial Board .Assoi lation; 
Volunteer at the Maryland House oi Cor- 
rections and the Maryland Department of 
luvenile Services. 



Cohen, Susan L., Dumont, New jersey. SocioJ- 

"g\ ;■■: 

Colbert, Margaret'A., Charleston, South Caro- 
lina tilucation Denton Complex Eibrar\ 
publicilv chaiiman. Dorm floor, vice prr'si- 
dent. 

Coleman, John P., Phoenix, Maryland, Busi- 
ness Administration 

Collier, Rita F., College 
reation 

Conlin, Marcia L., fovs ' 
nolog\ 

Connelly, William C, 

Government and PoIiIks. Universily Com- 
muters Association, president; Undergiadu- 
ate Advisory Council, chairman. General 
Honors Program, 

Conrad, Cynthia L., Springlield, Viiginia larly 
Childhood Iducation, 

Corcoran, Kerry A., Rockville, Maryland. Spe- 
cial Education, Council for Exceptional 
Children, social chairman: Council for 
Bi-racial Li\ing: Hagerstown Hall, treasurei 

Costello, Elizabeth R., silver Sprin,g, Marvland 
Sociology, P.A.C E 

Silv 





Park, Maryland. Rec- 

.on, Maryland. Crinii- 

AdeJphi, Maryland. 



r Spring, Maryland. 

Vlaryland. Civil En- 
msboro, Mar\ land. 
Elementary Ed 



Countee, Victoria L 

French. 
Coyle, George J., |r. /nok 
Craig, Stephen L., Bowie 

gineenng. 
Crampfon, Donna L., lin 

Elementary Educaiion 
Crapster, Patricia O'Neal. 

tion 
Crecente, Elizabeth A., Laurel, Maryland 

Chnl,,g\ Psi Chi 

Cumbie, Buna B., ( rolion, .Maryland. 
Curran, Robert ]., Massa()eciua, New York. 
Transportation, ke Hotkey Team; Delta Nu 
^ Alpha 

^^rtin, Richard C, Silver S|King, ,\Uii\lanJ. 
Gencial Business « 

Curto, Patricia L., Lanham, Maryland, Arts 

Sciences. 
Dalgewicz, Richard S., Cottage City, Ma'r' 

land. General Business Varsity Wrestlin^ 
Dalto, Mary D., lalKnm Marvland Human 
.. Ecok)g\ jj 

feOaly, David L., Bervvyn Heights, /Maryland 
r Electrical Engineering. ::%. 

Daly, Patricia A., Rocky Point, New York. Early 

Childhood Education 
Daniels, Deborah A., Gambrills, Maryland 
Educatron. University .Madrigal Singers; 
University Child Care Center, 
Darne, Carolyn E., Wheaton, Maryland. Edu- 
cation. 
Darnell, Sharon K., Cheverly, Maryland. 
Psychology. Alpha Omicron Pi 








H\alisville, .Maryland, Psy- 

Phi Beta Kappa, 

Roi kville, Maryland. Gen- 

C, Riverdale, Maryland 



Daflow, Marcia H 

chology. Psi Chi 
Davis, Lorraine L., 

eral Studies 
Dawson, Thomas 

English. 

Decter, Philip C, .Maplewodd, New lersey. 
History. Varsity Lacrosse Team. 

DeDonato, Rosemarie, Hackensack, New |er 
sey. American Studies 

Defibaugh, James C, l.aVale, Marylaml Ac- 
counting. Scuba Oub 

Deitchman, Michael B., Rockville, Mai\land 

...•Aerospace Engineering American Inslilute 

of Aeronautics and ■\stronomy; Sky Divers, 

Society of American Military Engineeis. 

treasurer; Hartford Etall, Ireasurer. 

Demko, Victor T., Dameron, Maryland Electri- 
cal Engineering. 



Demott, Thomas^, Ehattsville, Marvl.mn 

Mathematics 
Deneroff, Jan S., Bronx, New York, lournali m 

SiH. rer Team, head manager. 
Densock, Diana L., Giim.inlown, Mar\ Lmd. 

Home Economics Education 
Der, Bing N., Baltimore, Maryland. Lkctrical 

Engineeiing 
Der, Elizabeth, Washington. DC. Cninjnol- 

og\ -v^m 

DeWitt, Debra L., Deer Pan^Maryland Home 
Fconomics ^^^ 

DeWitt, Ronald A., AccgM? Maryland Gov- 
ernment and Politics. ^^ ^ 

Dials, Patricia M., Hillcr^fn-teights, .M.nvland. 
Special Education. ^I^aunc^ for Exciptional 
Children. ■ 'T''^!^^^ 

Dickinson, Dereda W., Lanham Mnvland 
American Studies. 

Dickinson, Lyndall M., Wheaton Maivland. 
Art History. 

Dickman, Anita K., Oxon Hill, \lai\l.in(i. Psy- 
chokigN I )(.iina Wing. 

Diener, loanne M., gjscat,away. New York. 
Speech and Hearing. 

Dielsch, Jim E., Hyattsville, Maryland Indus- 
trial Art. Lacrosse Te^m. 

Digirolamd, Elena, Upper Marlboro, ,\tdi\ 
land. English 

Dinerman, Marilyn, Elen-ientary Education 
Complex newspaper; Equestrian Club. 
S.U.B. 

DiPietro, Mary J., Bran^yv^ne, Maryland. .An 
Education. University'',.C^muters Associa- 
tion. I 5 

Dobson, Vincent E., Easton, Maryland Indus- 
liial Education. PA.C.E.;. Universit\ Band, 
B.RAC. j^ 

Doetsch, Karen S., Beltsv^. Maryland Arts X 
Sciences Honors j^^ram: Lreshmeii 
Women s Honorary. '^^ 

Dolinsky, Robert D., ^^hesda, Maryland. 
Accounling. College Park Senate 

Dorazio, Susan M., Silver S|)ring Maryland. 

., Sociology. 

.Drake, Pamela K., Phoenix, ..Mai\kinil Physical 
Education. Hockey team, lacrosse team; 
Ac|ualiners- 

Drawbridge, Elaine L., Fanwood, New Jersey. 
Psychology, Dorm government, vice- 

, president. 

'Duncan, Paul D., Adelphi ,Mdr\ldnd, Voca- 
tional Education 

Durgir^ Robert F., Rising Sun, ,\\aryland. 
Chemistry Education. 

Dwyer, Connie, Beltsville, ,\iaryland Educa- 
tion. >^' 

Dybalski, Barbara A., Wildwood Crest, New 
Jersey, Personnel and Labor Relations 

Elstman, Franklin D., Rockville, Maryland, 
Vocational Education. 

Edelman, Steven E.,, Frederick, Maryland, His- 
tory, Ski Club, Veteran's Club, University 
Choir; Hill ludicial Board 

Edwards, Anne K., Parkersburg, West Virginia. 
Sociolog\ P.A.C.L,, Alpha Pi 

Edwards, Eddie M., College Park Maryland. 
English Education P.AC.E 

Eikner, Richard I., Conovvingn, Marxland. Law 
Enforcement. 

Engelen, Arthur D., Wheaton, ,\1aryland. 
Electrical Engineering, 

Ensor, Donna L., VVhite Hall, .Maryland An- 
thropology. 

Erhard, Gerald A., Jr.,, Neward, Delaware in 
glish. Varsity Football, President Ellicott 
■•G". 

Errigo, Dean V., Hyattsville, Marvland. .Ac- 
counting i 




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Qiltee 







Errigo, losephine M., Hv 
-/■' Education Gamma Sigma 
for Exceprionll Childreti. 

Evans, Sharon D., Special Education 
for Exceptional Children. 

Fahrner, Paul )., Rockville 
Ph\sical Education. 

Fairchild, )ackie. College Park, Mar\lJ 
glish. Delia Delta Delta; PEP Coj 
historian; Sunshine Committee 

Farren, Steven C., Lanham, Mar\laricl. Phi 
ph\ ' 

Feldman, )eronie I., Annapolis, Mar\ia 
American StucJies. Central Student jud 
Board, chiet lu^Iice. Chancellors Undergra 
duale Advisory Council; College Park Sen- 
ate. Student Affairs and Student Conduct 
mniittees: /Chief justice Council; Cam- 
Bliiod D/ive. ' 
n,' Narity I., College Park. Maryland 

Teldfnar^i'hyllis S., Baltimore, Maryland. Earlv 
Childhood Education RHV Senator. Hill 
Area Coufftj], vice-presi4ent;' Homecomin,g --- 
Float ChairflSL I4"i) Pe|5 Gommittee. - 

Fensterwald, clste-A., Pikesville, -"WrN land 
Elementarv Education. 

Ferrara, John C, New Providence, New jersey; 

Fields, Ronnie S., Rockville, Mar\ land. Elempn 
tar\ Education. Panliellenic, \ u. e-i iitv- 
dent; Aljph^' -Delta Pi vice-iirHSultnt; 
Diamond Honorary. 

Fillppr, Ann* M.^ College Park, Maryland. 
lournalisrn 

Filling, Margot K., Early Childhood Education. 
Opera Workshop; Girls 'Glee Club, "pha 
J, Camma Delta 

'fine, Paulette C, SiKer Spring, \tar\lanii So- 
cioiogs 

Finnell, Karen M., Bethesda, Maryland Inte- 
rior Design, Pi Beta Phi, rush chairman. Na- 
tional Socielv 01 Interior Designers: Cres- 
cents of Lambda Chi Alpha 

Fishbein, Susan L> Wijeaton, Maryland En- 
glish Help Centen^^r^.E, tutor; Dorm 
council. ^ ^'* 

Fisbe* Bonnie L., Clinton, ,Mar\ljnd Physical 
'.fducation Phvsical EduLatlon Mainr^ Club; 
Women's Lacrosse team. 

Fisher, Christine L., Bovd- Mar, land Int.jrior 
Design Floor officer, \ ice-.president._. 

Fisher, Mary A., Hurlock, >lar\ land. Business 
Education 

Fishpaw, Edward R., iMana5sa>, Virginia M.Li , 
brar\ and Informal ion Sffr\ices. 
btt, Margaret C, Chevy Chase. Marvl 
Histor\ 

Flyer, David C, Silver Spring stafyiand Zool- 
og\ Cumberland A piesident: Phi Sigma 
Honorarv. , .' 

Foreman, Deanna. H ^lory.- 

Forrester, Viola M. Psvchololy 



Maryland. 
Tau Beta 



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Maryland. 



Ele- 



ap 



laryland Kj- 
VVorkshop, 



n Mar 



land. 

Ch.l- 



Foster, Daria M., Belts\ 

mentarv Education 
Fowler, Valiant C, Hyait- 

die and Television l^-lev 
'-Trail Club 
Franclemont, Dineen 

Education. Council tor Frceptional 
"^ dren: Qr. (ohn5on ■- Clmic. 
Franz, jatqueline A., SiKer Spring, Maryland 

bpecial Education. Council for Exceptional 

Children Alpha Larnloda Delta. 
Freeman, Roddy A., Randallstown. Marvjflnd. 

Radio and Teie\i^ion \V\tUC 
Fries, Judith &., ^dil^burs, Maryland ^uca- 

»i^ P A.C.i.; LaPlata social 
1S>..bail 



ra r 1 an ;"• 
Sigma Alpha IoiJb University Band; 
live Commilipp 'in Student Life. 
hs, Rosemarie, Landover, Marylapd^ 
etltary Education 
*Caffney, Catherine P., \tt. Kdini..r, Marvlar 

English Education 
Gaffney, Ellen A., Silver Spring, Maryland, V, 
lortar Board \\ hu ^ Who ' 
nts in American Univpr^ttTes: 
lega. vice-president; Angel 
Honorarv, Djadem Honor- 
r; 1973 Terrapin, 1973 Bri- 




Hvattswille, 



Maryland 

Sprir^g, Maryland His- 

.,' Highland Park \eu jcr- 

Wesl Hempstead, New 
lustice. Campus judicial 
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Among St 
Alpha . Chi 
Flight: Diam 
ar\. Chapel 
dal Fair 

Gallerizzo, William O 
Ejementarv Education 
rber, Jean A., Sii 
or\ ^ 

Gfrten, Rachelle, M 
ses Recreation 

Gasman, Keith A., 
York Psychology. . 

Board; Alpha Phi OmegJ Chancellor- 
Commi-sii.in to Studs Co-ops on Canrlpus, 
Omicron [:)elta kappa Psi Ch 
shall '^ocietv; Mu Delia 

Gbadamosi, Lamidi A., Washingi in DC Bu- 
siness Admini-tMtiun International Club. 

Gehauf, Arthur H., Greenbelt, Maryland 
General Business Adminislralion. Phi Delta 
Theta 

Celler, Kathv D., silver Spring, vtaryland Ps\- 
chology. Resident \ssistant. Career m Per- 
sonnel Program. 

Genovese, Victoria L., HyaltsMlle Maryland 
Business Education. National Business tdu 
cation Associainin. 

George, Linda L., College Park, Marvlami 
Mick ill!' ilM^\ '^ignia Alpha Omicron, Phi 
Sigma sm. ict^ Pre Vied Society: Liniversitv 
Commute:- Association 

Cerstein, Michael A., Lawrence, Massai^u- 
setts. Econoiriics Student Tratiu Court: 
student Union Buard: Alpha Epsilon Pi 
vice ijtpsident: Omicron Delta Epsilorv Na- 
tional Economics Honorary. 

Gerzoff, Susan D., Metuchen, New lerse\ 
tlemenlary Education 

Gevantman, Lynn D., Baltimore, .MaiJand. 

HiSte.rv 

Gigler, Daniel R., Mount Rainier, Mar\Und 

Government and Politics. » 

Giller, Phyllis H. Criminology. PA C E . s/. 

Club. 
Gilson, Maria F., St. lames. .New York Sociol- 

ogv Kappa Alpha Delta: Delta Phi Epsilon 
Gobeil, Winn G., Wilmington, (Delaware 

Elementarv Education. Dorm floor secretarv 

Intramurals 
Gochnour, Gregg M., Wheaton, Marvland 

Biology Science Education. T v *"' 

Colda, Karen A., Union New jersey TeiSiles 

and Consumer Economics. American .ftso*-" 

ciation for Textile Tc hnology. treasurer. 
Goldberg, (an S., Belhesda, Maryland. Art 

Camma Sigma Sigma, treasurer: Alpha 

Lambda Delta: Phi Kappa Phi. 
Goldberg, Michael |., silver Spring, Maryland. 

Mathematics. General Honors Program. 
Goldberg, Richard B., Millburn, Maryland 

Marketing 
Goldsmith, Diane G., Baltimire, Maryland 

English Education. Al|)ha Lambda Delia, 

treasurer. Fall Orientation Board sponsor 
Goldsmith, Elizabeth (., Bethesda, Maryland 

Biologv Education. 
Goodwin, William B., College Park, Marvland. 




jovernment 
Program .Ad 
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Interest Re! 



nd, English 

ncU-^Tathe- 

Elemen- 



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Politics. G 
ons Commi 
Council; Mai 
h Group; Coi 
Librarv and Instruction Aids. 
Gorochow, Mitchell E., Yonkers, 
Accountjflg. Beta Alpha Psi; Stu 
Board; tjniversitv Blood Driyf. 

Goss, Millon E., Jr., Beltsville, M, 
dustrial Arts Lducation. 

Gould, John W., Wheaton, M 
Literature 

Grahn, Frank G., Wheaton, M 
niatii.s Phi Eta Sigma 

Green, Leola S., Ardmore, Maryland 

-.tarv Education 

iireenberg, Morey M., iallb Church. Virginia. 
Marketing Hillel Executive Committee. 

Greenberg, Susan N., R^ Bank, I^ew, jersey. 
Zoologv, Pre-Med 

Greene, Clayton, jr. Histurv, Pre-Law Resi- 
dent Assistant Black student Union. 

Greenstein, Ira R„ Lynbrook. New York. Radio 
and lelevision. Residence-Halls Association, 
area [Kesident and senator; Departmental 
Honors, Speech and Dramatic Arts: Univer- 
sitv Chamber Chorus. 

Griffith, jane A., Gaithersburg, Maryland. 
Human Ecology Education Collegiate 
o'me Economics Organization, vice- 
resident; Mortar Board: Teacher at jessup 
orrectional InstiUJte; Centre dorm 
treasurer. 

Gross, lill S., Saddle Brook, New |erseyy»So- 
ciology. 

Grubman, )udith E., Little Silver. New York. 
Special Education 

Grurterman, Emily M., Valley Stream. Nev\ 
\ ork Special Education 

Ha, Hoang Thanh, College Park, Maryland. In- 
formation Systems Management 

Haas, Guy D., Silver Spring, Maryland Pro- 
duction Management and Business Adminis- 
tration Society for Advancement of Man- 
agement, student chapter: Chess Club. 

Haines, Elliott III, Beltsville, Maryland. Rerrea 
tion Student Recreation Society. 

Hall, Terry D., Beltsville, \tarY,land. Informa- 
tifsn Sv stems Management 

Hamburg, Sherry E., Baltimore, Maryland, 
Elementary Education. Free Universit 
Moratorium Committee 

Hamer, Gloria L, Hyattsville, Maryland. Tex 
... tiles and Clothing. American Association of 
Textile Technology 

Hammeft, Michael E., Ridge, Maryland. Elec- 
trical Engineering. 

Hammond, Carol L, Upperco, Marxland 
Mathematics Education. 

Hancock, Robert L., Ill, Ellicott Citv Marv- 
land Fine Arts. 

Hanson, Judith S., Silver spring, Maryland 
^ Recreation Tennis team; University Parks 
^ and Recreation Society. 
■ Harder, Oavid B., Riverdale, Maryland. Electri- 
cal Engineering. 

Hardy, Mary M., Silver Spring, Maryland. Tex- 
tiles and Consumer Economics. American 
Association of Textile Technologists, pro- 
gram chairman 

Harger, Stanley G., Riverdale, Maryland. Voca- 
tional Education. Central Campus |udicia».v. 
Board, lustice. Phi Kappa Phi 

Harper, H. Douglas, |r., Williamsporl, Mary- 
land Marketing Cumberland, president, 
American Marketing Association 

Harris, David W., Snow Hill, Maryland. Civil 
Engineering American Society of Civil Engi- 
neers; Chi Epsilon, Aqualiners 



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Harrison, Mark C, Cordova, Maryland. Busi- 
ness Education. 

Harshman, )ohn S., Hagerstown, Maryland 
Zoology Dorm Government, president 

Harwell, John R., District Heights, Maryland 
Studio Art. 

Hayes, Margie L., Landover Hills, Maryland 
Early Childhood Education 

Heenan, James W., Jr., Wheaton, Maryland. 
Zoology. 

Hedrick, Melinda A., Silver Spring, Maryland. 
Special Education. Member of Council for 
Exceptional Children. 

Held, Carolyn V., Oxon Hill, Maryland. Educa- 
tion 

Heintzelman, Kay L, Seabrook, Maryland. 
Psychology. 

Helmick, Cynthia A., LaVale, Maryland. Home 
Economics Education. Sigma Phi Omega 
Honor Society; Sigma lota Chi; Home Eco- 
nomics Club. 

Henderson, Judy A., Forestvijle, Maryland, 
lournalism. Campus Crusade for Christ, Phi 
Chi Theta, secretary, Dorm President. 

Heneson, llene N., Speech Communications. 

Herbst, Marc A., Baltimore, Maryland. Busi- 
ness Administration. Phi Eta Sigma Honor- 
ary; Beta Gamma Sigma Honorary; Dorm 
Rules Committee. 

Herrell, Susan E., Hyattsville, Maryland. 
Speech and Drama Education. Debate 
Tournament; Theatre productions; Orienta- 
tion Sponsor. 

Herron, Thomas, E., Hyattsville, Maryland. 
Civil Engineering. Co-operative Education 
Student; A.S.C E.; Terrapin Rioteer Member. 

Hess, Katharine H., Bethesda, Maryland. Ele- 
mentary Education. Angel Flight, pledge 
trainer and administrative olticer. 

Hessberg, Lois B., Adelphi, Maryland. Psychol- 
ogy. 

Higdon, Margaret L, College Park, Maryland. 
Library Science Education. 

Hill, Susan A., River Edge, New lersey. Home 
Economics Education. Collegiate Home 
Economics Organization, chairman, pub1i 
city and junior representative; Ski Oful 
Gamma Sigma Sigma. 

Hilliard, William C, Baltimore, Maryland. 
Electrical Engineering. Terrapin Rioteers, 
I.E.E.E., Intramural Dorm League 

Hilton, Roger S., Bethesda, Maryland Business 
Marketing. Ski Club; Veteran.>-'tlub Delta 
Nu Alpha / 

Hoff, Nancy S., Baltimore, Maryland. S|i(>cia 
Education. 

Hoffman, Charon B., Huntingdon Valley, 
Pennsylvania. Speeih and Hearing. Munich 
Chorus; Speech and Hearing Association. 

Hoffmann, Susan A., Mayo, Maivland Ele- 
mentary Edu( aliiHl. 

Hoffman, Barbara N., Baltimore, Maryland. 
Human Ecolo.gy, Consumer Studies. Dia- 
dem Honorary; Omicron Nu Honorary; 
Consumer Anion Center, founder and di 
rector; Residence Hall Staff Member; Di,i- 
dem List Oi Outstanding Senior Women. 

Hoheisel, R. Wayne, Riverdale, Maryland. 
Geogra|")hy. , ^ , 

Holets, leanne E., Oxon Hill, Maryland Early 

Childhood Education. 
Holland, Stephen M., P5\cholog\ 
Astronomy Society; Ps\cholog\ 
duate Committee; Pre-Med son 
Hopkins, lames E., Business Bli 
ment; American Marketin.iJ 



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LJniversity 
LJnileigra- 

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■\ss<H lation. 



Hopkins, John P. R., Sal^Hp^aryland Civj^_ 
Enaufiering. Fall ( )iii-ntattoi1f BoarrI, Laston' ■ 
.'■H^wKSi^rna Nu; EaMun C )udicijr\ Board; 

Hopkins, Robert G., Orcenbell, .Maryland 

Intormation Systems .Vfanagement 
Hopper, Martha de la Ree, Severna Park, Mary- 
land, Spanish Education. 
Hornack, Debra A., Baltimore, Maryland Mi- 
crobiology 
Horton, Bert H., Hyattsville, Maryland. Eco- 
nomics. 
Houidobre, Stephanie M., Albuquerque, New 

Mexico. .Anthrrjpology 
Howard, Arnold W., Riverdale, Maryland. En- 
gineering. Black Student Union; P.A.C.E.; 
Director of Training, Ai)if\. 
Huffman, Hubert E., (JSenbelt, Maryland. 

Finance 
Hughes, Barbara L., ^reepbelt, Maryland. 

Home Economics Education. 
Hughes, Denise L., Edgewater, Maryland. En- 
glish University Chorus. 
Hugler, Edward C., Hyaltsvilte, Maryland. So- 
ciology 
Humiston, Jeanne, Hilkrest Heights, Mary- 
land. Music E<lucation. Glee Club. 
Hummel, Rita C, Crantsville. Maryland. En- 
glish Edu( alion 
Huppmann, Thomas M., Rockville. Maryland. 

Business. 
Hurwitz, Marilyn P., Baltimore, Maryland. 

lournalism 
Huson, Katherine L., Potomac, ,Maryland. 

Family Studies-Human Ecology. 
Hutchins, Elaine E., Frederick, Mar'jiand. 
fMCD, Human Ecology, Collegiate 4-H 
Club, vice president: CHEO. 
Hylind, Eileen M., Bethesda, Maryland Ele- 
mentary Art. Dorm, vice president. 
Hyman, Katherine A., Camp springs, Mary- 
land. French-Russian Education. Russian 
Club 
lackson, Guy D., Baltimore, Maryland. Zool- 
ogy. Intramural football and basketball. 
Jackson, (acquelyn R., Severna Park, Maiyland. 

journalism. 
lames, Olivia L., Baltimore, Maryland. Sociol- 
ogy. 
Janzegers, Elaine P., Hyattsville. Mai-, land. 
French. Inter-varsity Christian Fellowship; 
Chapel Choir, 
Jason, Jill C, Heuli.-ll, New lersey French. 
Jason, Michael K., Great Neck, New lersey 
Psychology. Campus judicial Board, Chiet 
and Assoi laie lusiice; General Honors Pro- 
gram; Psychology Department Honors Pro- 
gram. 
Johnson, Lois W., Dietetics 
Johnston, William M., Greenwich, Connecti- 
cut. Lducation for Industry. College Park 
Voluntary Fire Department. 
Joines, Louanne, Highland, Maryland Zool- 
ogy. 
Jones, Bruce A., Silver Spring, Maryland. Dis- 
tributive Education. Collegiate DfCA 
president. 
Jones, Carol E., Severna Park, Maryland. Math- 
ematics. Aqualiners, publicity chairman, 
Jones, George O., Philadelphia, Penn^\l\ani,i 

Psychology. 
Jones, Paula A., Kensington, Maryland Edm a 

tloll. 

Jones, Stephen K., r,reenhelt, Maryland. Fi- 
nance. 

Jordan, William A., SiKei Spring, Maryland. 



Jori, Carol D., Rockville, iVAari; 
Scuba Dtvtng 'Cl0b: FIving Club 

Joseph, Lee S., Colle.i^e I'.uk M.ii.ljnd. Horti- 
culture. University Band Music, Guitar In- 
structor; Free University, Photo Club; Cave 
Club; Horticulture Club, .Agronomy Club. 

Judelson, Lynne D., Baltimore, .Maryland Psy- 
chology. Alpha Lambda Delta; Psi Chi; Hillel. 

Kandra, Karen A., Silver Spring, Maryland 
EM. CD. -Human Ecology. Equestrian Club 

Karlin, Sheldon R., Kenilworth, New lersey. 
Urban Studies. Track Team; Committee on 
Intercollegiate Sports 

Katcef, William M., Annapolis, Maryland. 
Government and Politics. 

Katz, David E., College Park, Maryland Indus- 
trial Arts, lota Lambda Sigma, Student 
Traffic Board; American Industrial Arts Asso- 
ciation, secretary. 

Katz, Gail E., Baltimore, Maryland. Secondary 
English Education. 

Katz, Sandra L., Baltimore, Maryland Mathe- 
matics. 

Kaylor, Philip F., College Park, Maryland. 
(Government and Politics. University Band, 
vice-president 

Keating, Kenneth C, Cheverly, Maryland. 
Government and Politics. 

Kemp, Joanna B., Adelphi, Maryland. Music. 
Chapel Choir; Glee Club; Sigma Alpha lota. 

Kerchner, Barbara A., Ephrata, Maryland. 
American Studies 

Kerwin, Margaret A., Arlington, Virginia. Art 
History. Trail Club; ,Anti-War Activities 

Kessinger, Marilyn A., Silver Spring, Maryland. 

Accounting. Alpha Lambda Delta; Beta 

Gamma Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi. 

Zi Kessler, Debra S., Silver Spring, Maryland. 

!%«>: Experimental Foods-Human Ecology. 

Gamma Sigma Sigma; Omicron Nu; E.C.O. 

Keast, Crystal B., Silver Hill, Maryland. Ele- 
nienlar\ Education. 

Keir, Mildred J., Suitland, Maryland. Elemen- 
tary Education Diadem; Diamond; Pi Beta 
Phi. house manager. Color Guard; U. of 
Md Band; Association of Childhood Educa- 
tors International. 

Kiddy, Marlene K., Lonaconing, Maryland. 
Textiles and f onsumer Ecology-Human 
Ecology. 

Kim, Miyoung, SiKer Spring, Maryland Die- 
lellCv 

Kimlicko, Alison M., SiKer Spring, Maryland. 
Special Education. 

Kirby, Diana M., Rockville. Maryland. Crimi- 
nologs. 

Kirshstein, Paula M., Charleston, South Caro- 
lina. Personnel and labor Relations. 

Klarie, Jane F., Silver Spring, \Uii\land. Art 
Studio. U.C.A., committee niember 

Klein, Charles J. III., Baltimore .Vtarvland. 
Civil Engineering. Tau Beta Pi; (hi Epsilon; 
AS.C.E. 

Kline, Sherry I., Baltimore, Mar\laiid. Ameri- 
can Studies 

Knight, loanne M., Bangor, Maine. Zflology. 
Pre vied Society. 

Kobre, Karin A., Silver Spring, Maryland* Spe- 
cial Education. Chorus; P.A.C.E.; Trail Club, 
Folk Croup 

Koch, Christina M., Abeideen, Maryland. Crim- 
inology. Alpha Xi Delta, vice president. 

Kolman, David A., Uallmiore, Mai\land. loui 
nalism. W.MUC di^c jockey, nev> -i aster an<l 
reporter, Intramural football and lusketball, 
Hagerstown 8, president. 

Koroulakis, John A., Washington, DC, Elec- 
trical Engineering 




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Kramer, Randy, Clinon New lersey Special 
Education Alpha Epsilon Phi, president. 

Krause, Robert A., Dundalk, Maryland. Geog- 
ra|3hv. Ldcroije; \an\i) Soccer. 

Kravetz, Howard F., Glyndon, Maryland 
Mathematics. 

Krell, Deborah, Silver Spring, Maryland. Li- 
brar\ Science 

Kimm, Francis ). )r.. Laurel, Maryland General 
Business D \ A 

Krissoff, Ronnie H., Elmont New York. Art 
Education 

Krone, Majorie D., Baltimore, Maryland 
Spanish Education 

Krumrine, Grace E., Westminster, Maryland 
Accounting P.A.C.E.; Bowling League; Col- 
legiate 4-H. 

Kurdyla, John P., Carteret, New lersey. Psy- 
cholog\ Colt, Cheerleading 

Kurz, Steven E., Lantz, Maryland Education. 

Kush, Janice S., Greenbelt, Maryland Mathe- 
matics 

Lackey, Thomas L., Laurel. Maryland. Econom- 

iCS- 

Lajacono, Mary R., Hyattsville, Maryland Ra- 
dio and Television Television Workshop; 
Honors Program. 

Lam, Peggie, College Park, Maryland. .Mathe- 
matics. 

Lambert, Diane H., Baltimore. Maryland. Ele- 
mentary Education 

Lambrechts, James R., Hvattsville, Maryland. 
Civil Engineering. American Society of Civil 
Engineers, president; Chi Epsilon; Tau Beta 
Pi, Rioteers 

Lambson, Annette V., Baltimore, Marvland. 
Elementar\ Education. Black Student Union. 

Lane, Barbara J., Silver Spring, Maryland. Food 
and Nutrition. 

Lane, Steven E., Glen Burnie, Maryland. Ac- 
counting Beta Alpha Psi; Beta Gamma 
Sigma; Intramural Dorm League. 

Lang, Jennifer H., Potomac, Maryland. English. 
SGA Legislator, SGA Finance Committee, 
secretary; RHA Senator, Dorm Treasurer. 

Laird, Karen L., Cheverly, Maryland. English 
Education 

Larson, Lynda S., Oxon FHill, Maryland. Educa- 
tion 

Laster, Dale P., Union, New lersey. Elemen- 
tary Education. Delta Phi Epsilon. secretary; 
kappa Delta Pi. 

Laucka, Isabelle T., Bethesda, Marvland. Li- 
brary Science Education. 

Law, Cynthia S., Lmthicum. Maryland. Recrea- 
tion. Student Recreation Society. 

Lawrence, Deborah F., Belle Mead, New let- - *■ 
sey Criminology. 

Lawrence, Robert W., College Park, Maryland. 
Personnel Management. CI P Program; 
Hart-tor-Congress Campaign: P A C.£. 

Leaf, Deborah L., Hyattsville Waryland. Spe- 
cial Education. 

Leaf, Michael E., Hyattsville, Maryland. Gov- 
ernment & Politics ^ ■. - ' 

Lee, Carolyn S., PatersonrNew Jersey. M Ed 
Special Education 

Lee, Kirk E., Washington, D.C Ph>sical Educa- 
tion. ■.'//'■',' 

Lee, Lois J., Kensington, Maryland. AcctounK-/ 
ing. 

Lee, Mary Y., Bethesda, Mar\land. Textile 
Marketing. 

Lee, Stephen J., Wheaton, Maryland Govern 
ment and Politics. I.F.C, president, Excecu- 
tive vice-president, secretary Gate and Key, 
president; Advisory Council 
eefer, Naomi M., Wheaton, Maryland Spe- 



cial Education. Children's Physical Develop- 
ment Clinic: PACE: Glee Club; University 
Chorus 
Leggett, Linda C, Silver Spring, Maryland Art. 
Lenander, Christine J. Sociology Equestrian 

Club 
Leonard, Alexis J., Rockville, Maryland. Micro- 
biology 
Leonard, Susan M., Wheaton, Marsland En- 
glish 
Lerner, Rhoda E. Sociolog\ 
Levin, Eileen S., Chevy Chase, ,\ldr\land Art 

Hi --tors 
Levin, Susan, Bel Air, Maryland. History. 
Leventhal, Lynn A., Silver Spring, Maryland. 
Elementary .Art Education. Dorm President; 
Area Social Chairman. 
Lewis, Charles F., Jr., Westminster, Maryland. 

Phssical Education 
Lewis, Jeffrey W., Baltimore, Maryland. Per- 
sonnel. Ski Club, Dorm Intramurals, Aca- 
demic's Social Committee, chairman ' ■■'■■ — 
Liard, Denlse. Histor\ Alpha Gamma Delta, 
Standards Chairman, Second vice-president; 
Phi Alpha Theta. 
.„. Liberatore, Ann L., H\altsville, Maryland. Ele- 
''" mentar\ Education 
Lingg, Joseph W., Hagerstown, Maryland. His- 

tor\ Education. 
Lipsitz, Mark H., Baltimore, .Maryland. Gov- 
ernment 
LIshinsky, Rhona, North Bergen, New lersey. 

Theater. 
Littlepage, Amy, Mt Rainier, Maryland. En- 
glish. 
Livingston, Robinette C, Washington. DC 

Psychology. 
Livornese, Joanne A., Bethesda, Maryland. 
Spanish and Government. Latin America 
Club, secretary; International Club; Rio- 
teers. 
Llewellyn, William J., Chewsville, Maryland. 

Business 
Lohmeier, Christine A., SiKer Spring Mary- 
land. English 
Lojacono, Mary R., Hyattsville, Maryland. Ra- 
dio and Television. Television Workshop; 
Honors Program 
London, Janis, Rune, Maryland Special Educa- 
tion 
Long, Nancy E., Irvingion, New lersey. Psy- 
chology 
Lorey, Mary Ann, Corning, New '^ork. Mathe- 
matics Education. Pi Mu Epsilon, treasurer 
Kappa Delta Pi; Ski Club, Children's Physi- 
cal developmental Clinic 
-;lj(»wenstein. Sheila K., Valley Stream. New 
York French. Delta Phi Epsilon, recording 
secretary. 
Lupinetti, Dan F., Conowmgo, Maryland. Radio 
and Television. Marching Band; Varsity Band, 
VVMUC. 
Luzetsky, Karen M., Elktpn,, Maryland Early 

Childhood Education'.: ' ' i i 
Lyies, Donald C, Hyatls\ille. Maryland Ele- 
mentary Education Black Student Union; 
Fl\ing Club, treasurer, president 
Lynch, Ralph C, Willards, Maryland, Agricul- 
ture 
Lyon, Jon R., Silver Spring, Maryland. Psy- 
chology Student Senator, Committee on 
Representation; Tennis, football, basketball 
intramurals. 
Lyons, Cynthia D., Gaston, Maryland. Elemen- 
tary Education PACE. 
McAbee, Michael R. Government. S.U.B 

PACE. 
McCabe, Stephen A., Massapequa, New York. 
History. En Horseshoes, intramurals. 



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McCarthy, Richard D., ( lullum, MarylanI 

Economics. Economics Honor Society 
McClellan, Karen L., College Park, Maryland 

English Lileraturi- 
McConnaughey, James W., Bowie, Maryland 

Economics Delta Sigma Phi; Freshma 

Honorary; Economics Mdnorary. 
McGillicuddy, Denisie P., Xdelphi, Mary 

Elementary Educattap. Newraai^ Club; 

Club; Intramurals^^ '"'' 

McGuire, Patricia L., Tow sun, Mar\land. Ad- 
vertising Design. Ski (;.lul.i 
McKim, Sharon L., Springticld, Virginia [le-~ 

menlarv Education. 
McLaughlin, Gregory M., Fairfax, Viiginia. 

Civil Engineering. A.S C [ 
McMurray, Brien A., Beltsyilje, Maryland. 

Physical Education. »Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Gate and Key Societjj., Lacrosse. 
McNickle, Karen M., Rfeckville, Maryland. En- 

Mabra, Mary A., Colurribia, Maryland. Sociol- 
ogy Black student Union. 

Mackler, Stephen A., Pennsauken, New lersey. 
Personnel Management, Ad Salesman for 
Diaij^ondback, Argus. Sign-ia Alpha Mu, 
vige^resident; Cliairman of basketball 
bousing marathon for Heart Fund. 

Mah, Jane L., College Park, Maryland. Special 
Education sG A Finance Committee; Coun- 
cil for Exceptional Children, Showcase 
Chairman -■" 

Malin, Janice A., Baltimore. Maryland. Special 
Education. 

Malligo, Calhryn L., Frederick, Maryland 
Mathematics 

Mandelman, Paula R., Beltsville, Maryland. 
History 

Manekin, Theodore L., Baltimore, Maryland. 
Radio and Television. 

Manley, James M., Hyattsville, Maryland. 
Physical Education 

Marchell, Brenda A., Clinton, Maryland. Ele- 
mentary Education 

Marinko, James J., Hazleton, Pennsylvania. 
History 

Masakowski, Stephanie A., Garrett Park, Mary- 
land English. Terrapin Rioteers; College Re- 
publicans; RATV Workshop. 

Mathias, Nancy D., Hyattsville, Maryland. 
Radio and Television. Kappa Delta Sorority. 

Mattheis, Ann H., College Park, Maryland 
Government. 

Matz, Debbie F., Baltimore, Maryland. Studio 
Art. 

Maxwell, Barbara E., Centreville, Maryland. 
Histurs Phi Alpha Theta. 

Mayer, Lynda )., College Park Maryland Edu- 
cation. Delta Delta Delta, treasurer; Kappa 
Delta Pi; Professional Year Program; Sun- 
shine Committee, chairman. 

Mazer, Hillary F., Baltimore, Maryland. Dra 
malic Art 

Mendoza, Robert H., Hillcrest Heights, Mary- 

' 'land CriminokigN and Law Enforcement. 
j J {Assistant Coordinator, University and Mary- 
land State Police; Dormitory vice-president. 

Menzie, Marc C, College Park, Maryland. 
Electrical Engineering. 

Merchant, Joel R., Rockville, Marvland. Ceo- 

Metz, Beverly J., Trappe, Maryland. Interior 
Design 

Metz, Michael C, Mt Rainier. Maryland. 
Speech and Drama Education. 

Middleton, Dale P., Greenbelt. Maryland. Per- 
sonnel and Labor Relations. 

Mieike, Thomas H., Faston, Maryland Market- 
ing 




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Miles, Susan W., Ldurcl \Uii\ljnd. Education. 
C-E.C; A.C.E.i.: P X C I , Mpha Lambda 
Delta 

Miller, Barbara P., Baltimore, Mar>ldiul Span- 
ish Gamma Sigma Sigma. 

Miller, David A., Hagerstown, Maryland 
Electrical Engineering. 

Miller, Elaine L., Upperco, Maryland. Home 
Economics Education. Alpha Gamma Delta, 
first vice-president. 

Mimm, David K., Upper Marlboro, Maryland. 
General Business. Football intramurals. 

Minfz, Lawrence A., Margate, New lersey. 
.American Studies. Campus ludicial Board, 
justice; National Guard Review Board, |us- 
tice. 

u^ Mirman. Ina, Virginia Beach, Virginia. Music 

^ Education Chapel Choir; University Glee 

Club. 

Mirochnik, Francine I., Chillum, Maryland. 
Elementary Education. 

Monaghan, Patricia D., Bel Air, Maryland 
Elementary Education. 

Monsheimer, Lois |., Greenbelt, Marvland. 
?.■ History 

Morral, Wade K., Cumberland, Maryland 
Industrial Education. Industrial Education 
Association. 

Moskowitz, Beryl H., Rockville, Maryland 
English, 

Mostaan, Mehroad, Silver Spring, Maryland 
Pre-Med 

Mueller, Barbara E., Bethesda, Maryland 
Dance Dance Performing Group; Carousel, 
dancer. 

Muirhead, jane C, Suitland, Maryland. Te\ 
tiles and Apparel. ,\merican Association oi 
Textile Technologists. 

Mulvey, Sean V., Baltimore, Maryland. English 
Intramural baseball; WMUC, news editor. 

Munster, Catherine D., Laurel, Maryland. En 
glish Education 

Muzzy, Josephine A., Takoma Park, Maryland 
French 

Myers, )ason M., Westminster, Maryland 
Dairv Science, 

Nachman, Jean A., Wheaton, Maryland. Gov- 
ernineni and Politics. 

Nathanson, Julie M., Clinton, Maryland. 5o- 
ciologv 

Nelson, Robert L, Landover, Maryland. Gov- 
ernment and Politics. 

Newman, Alice M., College Park, Maryland. 
Mathematics. 

Nickel, Norman A., Ill, West Simsbury, Con- 
necticut. Personnel Management. Cross 
Country; Phi Eta Sigma 

Niktash, Parviz, Mt Rainier, Maryland. Agri- 
cultural Engineering. Tau Beta Pi: American 
Society of Agricultural Engineers; American 
Society of Civil Engineers; National Educa- 
tion Association. 
5^^,,,,.;|^ixon, Philip R., Silver Spring, Maryland. Spe- 
V " cial Education. Volunteers for Mental 
***«*' Health; C.E.C.; P.A.C.E.: P.G. County Public 
Schools, Operation Bridge; University Help 
Center, Hoi Line; Lutheran Student Associa- 
tion: Maryland Training School for Boys; 
Somebody Cares, Montgomery County Hot 
Lines 

Nolt, Marvine B., Greenbelt, Maryland. Zool- 
ogv Pre-Med Society. 

Nonn, Susan K., Elkton, Maryland Education. 

Noonan, Kathleen A., Hyattsville, Maryland. 
Cjovernment and Politics. 

Noplock, Dianna M., Aberdeen, Maryland. 
EarK Childhood Education. U.M.A.C.E., 
publications chairman. 



Nucciarone, Albert P., Ill, Short Hills, New 
lersey. Government and Politics. ,) 

O'Connell, John M., Bladensburg. Maryland 
luurnalism, Diamondback; Television work- 
shops; R.O.T.C; Flying Club. 

O'Donnell, Hugh B., Greenbelt, Maryland 
Electrical Engineering I.E L E : Course Guide 
Committee. 

O'Keefe, Anne M., Bethesda, Maryland. Fam- 
ily Communit\' Development Easton 4, 
president, (..iimmulers Club. 

Oldham, Deborah K., Randallstown, Marv- 
land. Special Education 

Oleynik, Nicholas ]., Potomac, Maryland 
Zoology. Pre-Med. Society; Pre-Dental So- 
ciety. 

O'Malley, Thomas P., Baltimore, Maryland 
Transportation. 

O'Neal, Peggy, Hyattsville. Maryland. Interior 
Design. 

O'Neale, Bonnie J., Silver Spring, Maryland. 
Elementary Education. 

Orifici, Frank C, Silver Spring, Maryland. 
Transportation. Delta Sigma Pi; Delta Nu 
Alpha. 

Orzechowski, Alice L, Kensington, Maryland. 
Economics. Bridge Club, secretary, presi- 
dent; Inter-collegiates. 

Ostrander, Lynda A., Baltimore, Maryland. 
Spanish Education. 

Ostrauder, Philip C, Baltimore, Maryland. 
History. 

Pachino, Joseph H., Baltimore, Maryland. Ra- 
dio and Television, WMUC. 

Patau, Lynn M., College Park, Maryland, iour- 
nalism. VVMLJC, promotions staff. 

Pallas, Marion E., Camp Springs, Maryland. 
Elementary Education. 

Papiermeisler, Carol, Damascus, Maryland. 
Dietetics 

Parker, Dennis L., Wheaton, Maryland. Me- 
chanical Engineering. Sports Car Club. 

Parker, Shelia C, College Park, Maryland. Per- 
sonnel and Labor Relations. Black Student 
Union. 

Parkins, Julie A., Wheaton, Maryland. English. 

Parry-Hill, Jean, Washington, DC, Microbiol- 
ogy Rock Creek Riding Club; Terrapin Trail 
Club: Ski Club' Sky-Divers 

Pasliow, Anne C.,' West Orange, New lersey. 
Elementary Education. Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Kappa Delta Pi. 

Paskowski, Patricia J., Baltimore, Maryland. 
English Education. 

Paymer, Natalie S., Baltimore, Maryland. En- 
glish. Science Fiction Oub, secretary; Astro- 
nomical Society. 

Payne, David M., Marion, Indiana. Political 
Science. International Club; Young Demo- 
crats. 

Peabody, Richard M., College Park, Maryland. 
English, Sigma Chi; Intramural Wrestling. 

Peacock, Joan L., Silver Spring, Maryland. 
Mathematics Education. 

Peacock, Richard D., Indian Head, Maryland. 
Chemical Engineering. Tau Beta Pi; 
A.I.C.H.E., vice president; Urban Vehicle 
Design Competition. 

Peirce, Steven J., Wheaton, Maryland. Me- 
chanical Engineering. 

Pellenbarg, Laura A., Silver Spring, Maryland. 
Home Economics Education. 

Penn, Edward D., Edison, New lersey History 

Perdue, Joan C, Snow Hill, Maryland Me 
mentary Education PACE, Women's Lib- 
eration. 

Perler, Vicki A., Adelphi, Maryland. Education. 

Perry, Michael P., Gaifhersburg, Maryland. 
Personnel. 



Marvland. 
Club, Pep 

Maryland, 



Petrone, Gerald J., Potomac, Maryland 
chology 

Petros, George Z., .Annd|)olis, Maryland. His 
tory. 

Pettit, Barbara L., Ellicot City, Maryland. Early 
Childhood Education. A.C.E., vice presideni; 
Dorm treasurer 

Pines, Elaine S., Silver Spring, Maryland 
French Education. Hillel. 

Pitts, LaVerne, Edgewood, Marvland. Business 
Education. 

Poppe, William A., Bethesda, Maryland. Engi- 
neering. Ski Club: Bowling League, trea- 
surer; U.C.A. 

Powell, Anne E., Rockville, .Maryland, lournal- 
ism. Diamondback. 

Powell, Nancy L., Washington, D.C. Special 
Educaiion. P. ACE. 

Pozarek, Patricia J., Silver Spring, 
Elementary Education. Terrapin 
Club. 

Proffitt, Diane M., Edgewater, 
Crafts Equestrian Club; Crafts Guild: Dorm 
academic chairman, unit president. 

Pryor, Jeanette L., Bowie, Maryland Micro- 
biolog\ S.A.O.; Phi Sigma Society. 

Pszwaro, Janis L., Gibbstown, New lersey. 
Special Education. Angel Flight; Pi Beta Phi; 
Greek Court. 

Queen, Masona L., Oxon Hill, Maryland lour- 

nalism Baptist Student Union- 
Queen, Wanda L., Baltimore, Maryland lour- 
nalism 

Rader, Ronald A., Livingston, New lersey. 
Microbiology. 

Rand, Harry, Vineland, New lerseN History 
and Pre-Law. Traffic Court ludge. Perform- 
ing Arts, chairman; Residence Hall Honor- 
ary; .Alpha Epsilon Pi. 

Ragusa, Rebecca L., District Heighis, Mary- 
land, Elementary Educaiion. 

Raiford, Kay, College Park, Marylan 
tary Educalirjn. 

Reamy, Elizabeth E., Kensington 
Criminology. 

Reed, Kathleen A. Sociology. 

Regan, Maureen T., Hyattsville. 
Psychology. .Alpha Omicron Pi. 

Reichhart, Christina E., Elementar 
Ski Club. 

Remer, Sherry I., Silver Spring, Mar\land. Ele 
mentary Education 

Reppa, Robert B., Jr. 
American History. Phi 
tary; Phi Alpha Theta. 

Richardson, Bonnie H., 

land. Speech and Hearing Science 

Richardson, Pamela S., Annapolis Maryland. 
Elementary Education. Baptist Student 
Union 

Ridge, Michael )., Wheaton, Maryland Secon- 
dary Education. 

Rigas, Andrea T., Silver Spring \ldi\land. 
Accounting Aqualiners: W.R.A 

Rigdon, Carole A., loppa, Maryland. Recrea- 
tion 

Rimmer, Susan C, Elementary Education. 

Ritter, Janet M., Riverdale, Marvland EarK 
Childhood Educaiion. 

Ritterpusch, Susan A., Silver Spring Marx'land 
Art. 

Rizer, Albert C, Cumberland, .Maryland. Psy- 
chology 

Robison, Edwin L., Cheverly, Maryland. Arts 
and Sciences Hagerstown 5, president; 
R.H.A., senator and legislator. 

Robinson, Mary K., Hillcresl Heights, Mary- 
land Economics, Omicron Delta Epsilon; 
Phi Kappa Phi 



I lemen- 



\laryland. 



\taryland. 



Liiucation 



.Mexandria, Virginia. 
Sigma Kappa, secre- 

College Park, Marv- 




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P^h;„.»» Pnhprt A Jjy^tuvilifl. y, 

C.nHomics Phi bta Sigma: Intra mu 
V A C,E.: Volunteers fc 



bas- 



Robman, C 

'■■ AuciinlM-., 

Hpallh VVomPiTs (^ 
Rodeman, Rena, Ui:;n\ 

- Ti.iIm'J., I'anhrlliT 



fo r M ental 

> n rpT-'fTnTtW' I i n g 

lie, <\ew le>M'\ Human 

, (. illIIH ll llU'Mcll'Ill 



IR Chant rllor''; L'nilprqradikite AdvisoiA 

, Buaul Angel I light Phi Beia Phi: Morlar 

Boaul [")iaili.-nr Diamnn.l 
■Rogers, lames S.C, (nllp^f Park Marx land 

Transporlahon. 
Romero, )ohn A., Ko. kMlU', \Uii\lan>l P^-v - 

Rooney, Thomai M., ( ollege Paik, Matyland- 



^iLlll 



M., 



(. ht■^lt■|lll\\ll, 

Whcaliin, \lar\land 

biKiM ipiing, Maryland. 

Pete Beach, Florida Adver- 



Ami 
dent- 
Roos, Constance 

iournalism, 
Roos, Ronald R., 

Econnmir^ 
Roper, )ane E., St. 

tiMiig Di'Mgn 
Rosenblatt, Charles, \nrfolk Virginia At - 

counting, 7i ferrdpin, business manager 

and pholographer 
--Rosenblatt, Terri M., Philadelphia Penn^\l\a- 

nia P^Ntliulugi- 
Rosenblum, Steven )., Whi-ahm \lai\land 

Business Adminislration. 
Rothberg, Morey D., Whealon MaiOami. Hi-- 

torv 
Rotter, Cindy R., Kuiibuigtun, Waiyland. tiv 

gli^h Education 
Rowen,- Richard K., BelKville, Maryland Mu 

sic Education Llni\cisii\ s\mptiun\ Band, 

Orchesira, Brass Quintet and Chamber 

Chorus 
Rubin, Henry A., Taknma Park \Uir\land Ps\ - 

chulog\ Pep Band: Concert Band trfMSurer- 

[^lamondbatk billing managfi 
Rubino, Mary F., Hsattsvillp \1ai\land 



Phi Beta, piL-sidcii 
Maryland C ' 



and 



mser- 



\Uir\lani.l C'i\LMn- 
Spiing, Mai\land, 
Spring, Mar\ land 



liench GarniT 

social chairman 
Rudert, Brian D., Suitland, 

vat ion 
Rubick, Shelley R. English 
Rudy, Deborah A,, Llkhm 

mcnl and Politics 
Russack, Valentina, bil^ti 

Ztaol6S\ 
Ryan, William K., Silver 

Accounting U C A , b(jard, Inlraniurals 
Rybikowsky,' Lynn F., Charlotte Hall, \tar\ - 

land Animal Science PreAet Club, 
Ryland, Kermit F., Recreation \lai\land Re- 
creation Paik SucietN, lerrapin Kioteers, 

president 
Saffos, .Betsy A., Silver Spring. Mar\land 

French Education [TH<.)s 
SaKos, Terry L., Silver Spring, Maryland Inter- 
ior 13esign AID, Mte piesidenl, ETHOS 
Sagona, (oseph S., Jr., SiKer Spring, Marxlarid"" 

Industrial Education Industrial Education 

Association, board of director 
Salander, Edmond 1., Wist Bab>lun New 

York Ps\cholog\ Phi Eta '^igma Psi Chi. 
Sandler, Patricia L, Ballimoie, Maryland Ele- 

mentar\ Education 
Sanford, Sharon A., Ci iniinology. 
Santry, Anne C, Timonium. Maryland Botany. 
Sappingfon, Sharon L., Baltimore Warvland 

,\lalliematic> Lducalion Marching Band 

raplain, color guard, WunnMis l.iMos^e 

I lying Club. 
Sarti, Riccardo A., siKei S|)ring Mai\land. 

Coveinment and Politics Internal i< .nal 

1 liih 



«M&ass, Deborah E., Brndtid 

Education 
•"laltler, Alice E., B.ihisi 
Design. Alpha Caim 
.American Inititule ui 
mond 
Saunders, Margaret C. speech 



aryland. Interior _ 

la "TypTlTr piesTH'enc 
Inlerioi Design: Uia- 



and Drama 
Durna, vice 



Women s Center-Counseling 
liresidclll 

Savage, )oyce E., Mt Ranier Vlaryland, Per- 
sonnel. Course Guide 

Saylor, Jean B., Rockville. Maryland, Arts and 
Sciences, 

Scepaniak, Kathleen A., Towson, Maryland 
Sociol(ig\ 

Schaeffer, Monica H., Einden, New jersey. 
Ps\cliolog\ Phi Beta Kappa: Student Advi- 
sory Roaid Counseling Center: Psychology 
Undergraduate Committee, Psi Chi Honor- 
ary, 

Schaler, George H., Catonsville, 
Economic s 

Chevy Chase, 



D., 



Silver Spring, 
lucation 



Maryland, 
.Maryland 
Maryland. 



Maryland 



New York 



Schatz, Stuart 

PsvchologN 
Schikevitz, Gail R., 

Elementary Art Ei 
Schmidt, Mary E. 
Schmoeller, Walter H., Baltimore, 

Mechanicdl.-Engmeering 
Schneider, Carol L., Elkridge, Maryland Trans- 
portation. Hagerstown, homecoming chair- 
man, field Hockey: AIAA,: D.N. A., vice 
president. 
Schott, Madelyn S., Elementary Education. Phi 

Sigma Sigma. 
Schuller, Michelle P., Silver Spring, Maryland. 

Speech anri Hearing 
Schulten, Carl S., Silver Spring, Maryland. 
Chemistry Pre-Med. Society, president and 
secretarv. Ski Club, 
Schultz, Peggy L., Wheaton, Maryland Psy- 
chology Aqualiners, 
Schumacher, Leon E., Eaurel, Maryland, Indus- 
trial Management 
Schurman, Elizabeth A., New York, 

Animal Science 
Schwartz, Evelyn D., Silver Spring, Maryland, 
Special Education, Council tor Exceptional 
Children 
Schwartz, |oanne E., Baltimore, Maryland, 

EarU Childhood Education 
Schwartz, Saralee, Monroeville, Pennsylvania 
Government and Politics, Resident Assis- 
tant, Orientation Sponsor, 
Schwartzapfel, Heidi, Potomac, Maryland 

PsychologN 
Scotch, loan K., Laurel, .Maryland, Dietetics, 
Scotti, RoseAnne, Florham Park, New |erse\ 

speech and Hearing 
Seely, Kameron M., College Park, Mars land. 

Mil robioUjgS' S A.O. 
Segal, MyroB R., U|iper .Marlboro, Marj^lar] 

Industrial Education. Alpha Epsilon Pi, 
Siebert, Harry R., Hagerstown, 



Elkl. 

■nlon. 
Early 



Gen 



MaiAland English 
Childhood Educa 



Government and Politics Desk 

PACE 
Sentman, Donald N., 

eral Business, 
Sevigny, lulie R., Odi 
Shane, Susan N.M.I., 

lion 
Shand, Thomas W., 

Industrial Education 
Shanker, Deborah M., College Park, Mar>lan 

Criminology 
Sharpe, loan L, Salisbury, Maryland Intern 

Design. laPlala ' [Hrsi,|,.nl jn^i lieasviu 

Equestrian Club, publicity chairman 



I'eail River. New Wiik 



^Si^ 



Health 



Maryland, His- 
Maryland Ps\ 
Hill, Maryland, 




^'aw, Steven A., Clinton. Maryland 

Education Varsity Baseball, 
Shea, Richard B., Annapolis, 

tor\' 
Shear, Leslie |., Silver Spring 

chology, 
Sheperd, Jonathan ]., Oxoii 

Aerospace Engineering. 
Shuck, Michael K., Northumberland, Pennsyl- 
vania, Zoology. Iniramural football, Pre- 

Dental Society 
Shute, Douglas M., Belisville, Marvland. 

Electrical Engineeiing, 
Sickmund, Gordon B. Ir., (jreenbell Marv- 

land Accounting Delta Sigma Pi, treasurer; 

Rugby Club. 
Silberman, Robert H., Silver Spring Mar\ land. 

Psychology Counseling Center, aiKisorv 

board, Psychology Undergraduate Cmnmit- 

tee. 
Silverstein, Fred H., Wilmington, Delaware 

Sociology Diamondback, advertising man- 
ager: Chairman of Election Board: I.F,C , 

vice president; 0,D K Honorary, 
Skocz, Paul A., Hyalts\ille, Maryland lournal- 

ism. Young Americans for Freedom, vhc 

chairman 
Slagle, Kathy E., Chesiertown, Man^'land In- 

glish Education 
Slavin, Barbara M., Indian Head, Maryland, 

Elementary Art Education, 
Slipow, lanet R., Richmond, Virginia, English 
Smith, Deborah E., Suitland, Maryland. Socml 

ogy 

Smith, Eileen A., Silver Spring, Mai \ land. En 
glish 

Smith, Gary |., Baltimore, Marvland, Radio 
and Television, 

Smith, lack D., Hyattsville, Marvland Art His- 
lors Phi Ela Sigma. 

Smith, Robert L., Landover, Maryland Recrea- 
tion Lacrosse: Recreation Societv 

Smith, Sarah E., Baltirnore, Maryland Psychol 

Smith, Timothy J., College Park, Maryland. 
Psvchology 

Soderstrom, Yvonne R., Silver Spring, Mary- 
land English Education, 

Solomon, Margaret M., Tem|)le Hills, Mary- 
land Radio and Television, Aqualiners. 
TiMiiph: WMUC, libraiian, LaPlata, desk 
receptionist, 

Sommerwerck, William A., Baltimore, Mary- 
land, Electrical Engineering Tau Beta Pi, 
Secretary, Gay Student Alliance, chairman: 
Phi kappa Phi, honorary 

Soraci, Rocco R., Oxon Hill, Maryland. Geog- 
raphy. 

Sorin, Ellen D., Studio Art 

Stafford, Patricia A., Alexandna, Virginia Ln- 

gli*- , , 

Stanford, David E., College Park, Marvland 

Radio and Television Television Workshop; 

Chess Club, 

Steinberg, Richard, Newark. New lersey Ps^ 
chology, Tau Lpsilon Phi, Student Union 
Board; Psychology Undergraduate Advisorv 
Committee, 

Stenvall, Warren R., West Orange, New |er- 
sev, Zoologv Lambda Chi Alpha, 

Stevens, Deborah )., Severna Paik, Marvland 
Art Histcjry. , , ,,, , , 

Still, Jacqueline D., lop|ia Marvland Psvc Iml- 
ogy. P,A,C,t,; HUP Center; Cheerleader, 

Stokes, Kathy, Mcioreslcw n. New lersev 
Home Economic s Education. Alpha Chi 
Omega: Angel Hight V\.imens Inieicol 
legiat'e Swim Team; Collegiate Home Eco- 
nomics Association 



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Stolarz, Barbara A., Souih Plamltt'ld, New |er- 
'^pv Flpmpnlar\ tdui_dlion PACE., D.C 
Cjt'inTjl lluspital. 

Strenger, Ml(h S., Hyatlsulle, Mary- 
lantl Llenii'ntar\ Lducation 

Slrouse, Douglas A., B.illimore, Maryland. 
Maikuting, VarMl\ li.iM'ljall; Campus Repre- 
si'nlativf iMi ( (illi^yiali^ Products; Baseball 
Kei'U'M'ntaliM' in ^i Club. 

Stubblebine, Terry A., Suitland, Vlaryland. 
|feisonni>l Managemcnl 

S^gar, Andrea K., Baltimnic, Maryland Sociol- 
ogy 

Sullivan, |ohn H., Bel .Air Vlaryland Govern- 
ment and P<ilitics 

Surkis, Wendy C, Cedarhnisl, Nrw York. 

Secnndaiy Art Edu( <ition Phi Kappa Phi; Ski 

riul). Aft Leagur 

. Sweejtjey, M. Kathleen, Baltiinore, Maryland. 

...R'Q'ssian Language and Literature. Denton, 

secretary; Ski Clul.) 

Swift, Anna C, Wheaton, Maryland. Zoology. 

Syckes, Betsy |., Cumberland, Maryland Zool- 
ogy. Alpha LarnSda Delia; Phi Sigma; 
Aqlialiners, vice president; Concert li.ind; 
= Phi- Mu 

Sylvester, Janet A., Grer^nbelt, Maryland So- 
ciology 

Tanenbaum, Larry E., Potomac, Mar\lan(L 
Psychology. Student Advisory Board; Iniia- 
mural Softball, football and basketball. 

Taylor, l^net IVt., Annandale, Virginia. English 
Theatre, "Carousel," and "War Between ihe 
,i .'Men and Women". 
■ Teplitsky, Mary B. Elementary Ldutafioii 

Terebuch, Jeannie M. Education 

Terrell, R. Ward, Takoma Park, Maryland. 
Mathematics. , ^ 

Thoemke, Kris W., Silver Spring, Marfl^d 
Zoology 

Thoma, Mary |., Bethesda, iVtaryland, Speci<il 
Education. P A C.E.; Ski Club. 

Thomas, Cheryl A., Rockville, Maryland. Early 
Childhood Education. 

Thomas, Dave M., Orlando, Elorida. (^Crea- 
tion. InlTamural loolball and basketball 
Mars land Reciealion and Parks s, i\ 



Thomas, Kay F., Rh hmond. Virgini 

Thomas, Merrill F., )r., Stevensville 
Microbiolog\ Pip \led S. " iet\' 
l>ha Omicron 

Thorpe, lames L., Alexand 
., cal Education. Physical 



( iiininol 

Maryland. 
Sigma . Al- 



a, Virginia,' m\si-'~ 
Education Ma)ors 



itraniural Sports; Bowling Tourna- 
llege Park, Maryland 



■■,%iwb; ^ 
^rfiet^ts. 
%dd, Reginald N., C 

Political Science. 

Toichin, Linda S„ Mc Kees|)ori, Pennsylvania, 
S|)ecial Eduiation. Ilillel Y.ivneh, vice pres- 
ident and iJiesident; Cmincil lor Excep- 
tional Children. 

Tompros, lohn E., Government and Politics 
Dorm intramural sports, government: Arnold 
Air Society. 

Triplett, JoAnn M., Hyattsville, Maryland. 
Elemenlarv Ldui alion 

Trinjetl, Lee J., H\altsville, Maryland Person- 
5^-s^p. Mana^ntient. 

iS^p^Franip., Atlantic City, New |erse\ 
ciologN -Phi Sigma |Sigma, treasurer; 
Br'ia Kappa. .Js. 

Tucker, Nancy H., Bayonne, New lersey. 
mentary Eduralion Diamond, Phi S_ 
Sigma. 

Varney, Mary E., Landover Hills, Maryland 
Textiles and Apparel. , .v-'~ 

Villa, Christopher D., Oxon Hil^fviaryland 



so- 
Phi 

Ele- 
;ma 



^ 




(ieiieral Business, Delta Nu Alpha. 

Viria, Alan K., Hyattsville, Maryland, Historv. 

Vilelozzi, Loraine A., Annapolis, Maryland, 
lamiry Studies 

Voight, t. Howard, Riverdale, Maryland. Trans 
portafion. D.N. A.; Sports Car Club; Lava 
tory Patrol, Intramural Basketball 

VonAllm^.Theresia, Silver Spring, Maryland 
Home f^nomics Education. 

Von Bretzel, Sandy, Germanlown, Maryland 
CriininiiEig\ Gvmkana. 

VonBriesen, Cheryl L., Seabrook, Maryland 
Special Iducalion. Glee Club; Council for 
Exceptioi-ia'i Children; Baptist StudenI 
Union; Phi Kapp.i Phi 

Voorhees, Carl R., Sea Girt. New lersey. Engi- 
neering 

Voshell, Steven W., VAashiiiglon, DC History. 
Stamp and Coin (. iub. 

Vuthiganond, Staporn> College Park, Mary- 
land. Civil Er^^^ing. A.S.C E.; Chi Epsi- 

Wadsworth, Mafpffet A., Silver Spring, Mary- 
land EarK ( hildhood Education. Ski Club; 
Delta L3ella D^la, rush chairman. 

Walch, )ohn L., 9ilver Spring. Maryland. Radio 
and Television 

Waldstein, Allison L, Silver Spnng, Maryland. 
Early Childho(-)d Iduialiun. Rioteer Club; 
A, C.E.I. 

Walker, Christine M., Silver Spring, Maryland. 
Sociology. .Alpha \i Delta, chaplain. 

Wallace, Colette A., Ak'xandria, Maryland. 
Go\ernment and Pohlics, 

Wa^ce, Dorothy ]., Rockville, Maryland. 
\^mal Science, Pre-Vet Club. 

WaHiSce, Wyatt T., Laurel, Maryland Aero- 
space Engineering. , , ,- , 

Walsh, Daniel L., Baltimore, Maryland. Civil 
Engineering Delta Sigma Phi 

Warner, Robin P., yvingston. New lersey, So- 
( ioIog\ 

Warren, Gary R., Hyattsville, Maryland. Fi- 
nance 

Waters, Brenda )., FamiK suidies. Black siu- 
i.lenl 1 Tnion 

Waters, Martha R., sn,>\\ Hill. Maryland lex- 
tiles and Apparel. Af|Udliners; P \( E; 
A A. F.T. 

Waters, Susan B., Snow Hill, Mar\land. En- 
glish l^esident Assistant. WciniaiV>„»^risis 
Center; University Communications Group; 
P.A.C E. 

Watkins, Rhonda D., Baltiinnie, Maryland. 
Mathematics. Pamoja Ebony Choir; WR.A.; 
E.E.E.O. Representative; Experimental TEvea- 
ire. ^5 

Webber, Tere R., Hyattsville, Ataryl.rnd. Edu- 

Webster, W. Daniel, l.aurel,s- Maryland. 1^*8^ 
nalism. Editor in Chief, t^?3 Terrapin, Dia- 
mondback. 

Weinberger, Marcia W., Balliiriore, Maryland. 
Spanish Education. Sigma Delta Pi; Alpha 
Lambda Delta. ^ 

Weiner, Risa E., Chevy Chase, Maryland. En%. 

gli^li I 

Weinstein, Fern T., Psychology. 

Weisz, Deborah, Bethesda, Maryland. Elemen 

lar\ Education. ^v 

Westcott, Diane N., Forestville, Maryland. 

Economics. Phi Chi Theta, president; Alpha 

Delta Pi, Omicron Delta Pi 
Wheeler, Patricia A., Washington, DC lour 

iiallsm Black Student Union; P.A.C. E. ULu k 

LxplosMin, Editor. 





Whisman, Kathy J., llklBFi, Ma^-land English 
Education. Pep Club Conirmtlee 

Whisner, Carl A., Hyaitsville. \t,iryland lour- 
nalisrri. 1973 Terrapin 

Whisner, Use S., HvaiKvilie .larvland lour- 
nalism. Layout Editor, I'iTi Terrapin 

White, Patrick W., Sil-.er Spring, Maryland 
Psychology. Phi I la Signia. Iionorary; Phi 
Kappa Phi, honoeir-, Imli'iiendenl Psychol- 
ogy Research. 

Wieker, Frederick |., Kaym.ir, Maryland. -Math- 
ematii s lit 1 P (enler. 

Wiggs, Sharon R., li.iltinv jre, Maryland. Ele- 
menlaiv 1 duialinn ' v 

Wildensteiner, Mary L., District Heights, Mary- 
land, Home Economics Education 

Wilk, David S., Greenbell, Maryland. General 
Business .Admini.stration. Delta Epsilon Pi. 

Wilkens, Christopher W., Landovfer, Maryland 
American History. Kappa Delta. Pi, Phi Al- 
|)ha Theta, honoraries; Kalegetfe'os-I.F.C. 
honorarv. 

Wilkerson, Diana C, Alexanrlna, Virginia 
1 lench. 

Wilkerson, Pamela )., Bladensburg, Maryland 
1 ducation. Gamma Sigma Sigma 

Wille, Debra L., Eark Childhood [ducation. 
1 leshman Women s Honorary; I ducation 
Honorary; Dorm, vice president and secre- 
tary 

Williams, Joyce M., Kensington, Maryland 
EarK ("hildhood Education 

Wilson, Krisline M., Sykesville, Maryland. 
.Animal Science 

Wineholt, Ronald W., Parkton, Mar\land. 
Government. Marching Band; Dorm, secre- 
tary and vice president 

Winslow, (ohn E., Oak Lawn, Illinois. Mai he- 
matics. -Pe|) Band; Phi Kappa Phi, honorarx 

Wions, David O., Bowie, Marvland. Business 

Wise, Mary M., Baltimore, Maryland. EarK 
Childhood [ducali(->n 

Wiseman, Shelley L., Baltimore, 
Special Educal m hi 

Wilsor, lobH W., |r., Gran|s\ille, 
P.S!»9Eijology. 

Wolfgang, Robert |., Camp Springs, Marylanii 
Mechanical Engineering Easlon " ^~ 

dent and vice president, A.SM E 

Wolfson, Annte E., Brandvwme. 
Home Ecottolhtes Educatum 

Wood, Lawrence M., College Park, .Alaryland 
Psychology, 

Wright, Stephen E., Kallimore, .Vlaryland 
Geography. 

Yokel, Susanne M., Bethesda, Maryland. Ger- 
man Education. 

Zafiris, Dimitrios A., Baltin 
Eletlma! Engineering Calu 
dent. 

^agoren, Susan )., Cheiix Hi 
/ Special Edu( atmn Alpha 
treasurei ^ 

ndman, Sharon L., West 
^sey. American Studies. 

Zeniak, Kathryn A., Hackettst,.xvi-|. New lersex 
Elementary Education. Wicon-iipi Hall, presi- 
dent; Terrapin Rioteers, vice prpsicjent: 
Freshman Orientation, chairman; Dorm ludi- 
cial Board, chairman. 

Zeroth, Nelson D., Takoma Park, Mai \ land. Elec- 
trial Engineering. Tau B«|a Pi, xice presi- 
dent; 1972 National Tau B«a Pi < invention 
arrangements chairman; Ela%j(}»pa Nu, Omi 
cron Delta Kappa, I E E.E 

Zilber, Leslie S., Baltimore, Maryland. Lilnarx 
Science 



Marx land 
.Vlaryland. 



le, Marvland. 
It Hali, presJ- 

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Athletics 

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Credits 



Art: 



Tobey Conner, pages 16, 38 and cover 
George Clausen, pages 79. 81 and 280 
Karl J, Molner, flip flick, pages 208-256 



Copy: 



Vickie Beard, poem, pages 16-37 

Michael Dolan, page 192 

The majority of the copy was taken from interviews of hundreds 

of students by Vickie Beard, Ann Farrington, Alice Bailey and 

Anna Filippi. 



Photographs: 



, 50, 51, 54, 58, 59, 
109, 110, 1 14, 1 1 5, 



1 73, 
259, 



174, 
263, 



1 78, 
264, 



179, 
266, 



Bailey 12, 69, 99, 106 

Bramman 6, 7, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 33, 35, 36, 43, 47, 74, 75, 77, 

79, 80, 81, 102, 124, 125, 131, 132, 139, 143, 150, 153, 

154,155, 160, 165, 172, 176, 193, 194, 206, 208, 212, 280 

281 
Britt 62, 66, 72, 82, 84, 106, 108, 151, 182, 198. 
Cobb 154, 188, 
Dabrowski 12, 48, 49, 55, 57, 62, 63, 67, 68, 69, 87, 90, 100 

101, 103, 118, 119. 120, 121, 128, 130, 131, 142, 150, 172 

188, 189, 201, 211, 222, 231, 283, 286, 288. 
Douglas 4, 5, 108, 150, 152, 180, 185, 204, 276 
Friedman 51, 53, 55, 62, 66, 67, 71, 72, 73, 87, 118, 136, 142 

150, 191. 
Holcombe 34, 156, 157, 158, 159. 
Holwager 2. 33. 34, 35, 36, 43, 44, 46. 47 

64, 65, 66, 88, 90, 92, 93, 95, 102, 105, 

119, 122, 123, 146, 147, 153, 170, 171, 

186, 190, 191, 192, 199, 205, 234, 253, 

268, 269, 270, 275, 278, 280, 281. 
Katz 168, 187. 
Kosofsky 2, 3, 8, 9, 83, 92, 93, 96, 104, 106, 113 

220, 257, 266. 
Moseson 94, 188, 202, 205 
Postman 14, 45, 46, 47, 52, 60, 61, 69, 75, 80, 81, 116, 

129, 132, 133, 138, 139, 143. 147, 151, 154, 155, 190 

227, 248, 272, 278, 284, 285, 287. 
Potskowski 44, 45, 53, 67, 84, 112, 114, 115, 117, 122, 

125, 127, 149, 155, 160, 161, 162, 165, 166, 167, 168, 172 

175, 179, 184, 187, 188, 189, 194, 197, 198, 199, 215, 217 

229, 232, 235, 245, 246, 254, 258, 282, 290, 292, 296. 
Roderick 70, 71. 
Rosenblatt 13. 97, 134, 135, 136, 137, 144 

164, 167, 169, 171, 175, 186, 189, 197 
Sintetos 52, 53, 114, 173, 200, 252. 
Sorensen 72, 73, 86, 90, 91 , 107, 108, 1 18 

143, 148, 177, 183, 188. 
Suska 6, 45, 53, 56, 117, 124, 128, 131, 

205, 218, 238, 240, 243, 249 
Swartz 10, 11, 1 3, 43, 46, 48, 62, 63, 66, 68, 70, 73, 76, 7 

88, 89, 99, 100, 101, 103, 109, 124, 125, 130, 135, 137 

141, 142, 145, 152, 185, 188, 189, 216, 237, 258, 259 

263, 268, 272, 276 
Terrell 73, 110. 
Webster 12, 33, 34, 35, 48, 78, 111, 

161, 162, 166, 166, 168, 169, 171 

203, 261, 262, 268, 269 
Weismann 98, 104. 



1 14, 183, 189, 



126, 
195, 



123, 



146, 160, 161, 162, 



120, 121, 126, 140, 



138, 162, 165, 204, 



, 85, 
140, 
262, 



1 15, 
, 1 74 



156, 
175, 



157, 158, 159, 
1 76, 193, 202, 



Specifications 



Composition: 12/14 optima (pages 16-37, Baskerville) 

Index 8/9 News Gothic with bold 
Halftones: 150 line Eliptical Dot Screen 
Paper Stock: Warren Cameo Gloss, 80 lb. 
End Sheets: Warren #18 Slate 
Cover: Roxcite Lithograph 

Press: 25'/2 X 38 Miller Two and Four Color Perfector 
Smyth Sewn and Casebound 
B.M.I. Standards 

Printer & Binder: Western Publishing Company, Inc. 
Color: Reproduced from prints produced by Colorfax Laboratories, 

Inc. from original transparencies. 
Senior Portraits: Stephens Studios, Bangor, Maine. 

Special Thanks to: 

Philip C. Geraci, our unofficial and unpaid advisor, who encouraged, 

counseled, and consoled. 

Fritz Hafner, Western's representative, who was here when we 

needed him. 

Rolla Uldriks, Western's artist-in-residence, who gave much needed 

help in design and layout concepts. 

Kit Hardy, Western's consultant, who with much patience translated 

wandering notes into intelligent instructions for the plant. 




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