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"Being at a Maryland football game in the past 
usually meant all you had to do was to show up within 
five minutes of kickoff time. That was not the case in 
1973, as more people crammed into Byrd Stadium than 
in the past decade." 




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"College park is a funny kind of town. It's kinda like a growth 
on the University. You would think that a community with a 
population the size of College Park would be larger than just one 
strip of Rt. 1." 

"I commute to school, and I was a Junior before I knew there 
was a College Park." 



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"The people who own shops in College 
Park fall into the same types as any 
other town. Some people are there just to 
grab your money and could care less about 
helping you. Others are so friendly that 
it's a pleasure to go in the shop." 




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College Park 

The smoke-niled carloads of men cruise by ail week but 
Saturday night is always the best. Eyes at leg level, they 
miss the shrouded steeple signalling above the neon signs. 
Miss the littered gutters, stale popcorn and bookstore 
specials. Only the legs. They don't miss the Grill. Faces 
and legs there. Construction workers and students— 
The Greening of America— \ook\ng for a taste of some- 
thing a little stronger than Bud. Put a few under your belt 
and go after those Moose college women' everybody in 
Laurel's talking about. Maybe find some, probably not, 
then head on down to D.C. to get better at more of the 
same, hopefully not coming back the same way. 



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"The Orientation Program has reached a successful conclusion . . . 
We were able to orient approximately 6,000 students during this 
span of time . . . Your assistance was both greatly appreciated and 
invaluable . . ." 

Six thousand freshmen? Were there that many? And then again there 
seem to have been myriad more. Like the proverbial drowning man 
the whole summer began to flash before my eyes, and 1 could see 
them all, pouring into the Student Union in endless droves of highrise 
pants and confused faces. Some looked defiantly bored and some 
downright scared. All clutched the traditional red and white 
"Welcome to Maryland" folders in their sweaty hands. 

For I was one of the Chosen, the Best and the Brightest this place 
had to offer, an Orientation Group Leader for the University of 
Maryland. 



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Those first weeks my heart warmed at the sight of these lost souls. 
Fired with the missionary zeal two weeks of training had instilled 
I couldn't wait to gather the dear lambs into the fiock and make 
them feel that UM was home away from home. 

By mid-summer my dining hall breakfast turned in my stomach as 
I pinned on my name tag, gritted my teeth and braced myself to go 
through the whole shtick another time. And smile, kid! They're 
waiting for you out there! 







The commuter lounge, where 
registration was done, must have 
looked like the aftermath oT Little 
Big Horn. Bodies of kids sprawled 
on the floor trying to figure out 
their schedules were strewn all over. 

The group leaders were supposed 
to scatter about and make them- 
selves useful. I usually brought my 
boredom rug with me to pass time 
(a rug I started hooking and work on 
only when bored). Four hours of 
sitting and answering the same ques- 
tions in an over-airconditioned room 
may not be quite hell, but close to 
it. 

Yet there were times when I'd talk 
to kids and I'd see a fear in them 
that I remembered feeling when I 
was in their shoes. And I wanted to 
reassure them, let them know it was 
all going to be all right. They would 
adjust and find their niche here. 
When I finished talking and they 
looked more confident and smiled 
and said, "Thank you," I'd feel a 
little glowy and a little silly for 
feeling glowy and I'd feel perhaps 
I was doing something worthwhile 
after all. 



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MARYLAND'S 

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"I thought I had gone back in time when I saw 
some gu> riding towards me across the mall, dressed 
in a Confederate uniform." 

"The greek activities at Maryland are unique 
among Universities." 

"The greeks are in their own world down there." 




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"Watching them dance made me tired. Imagine, 
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"Sure my muscles ache and my joints hurt, but it's for a good cause. I didn't 
have anything else to do this weekend anyway." 



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CHRISTMAS 





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PARTY 





The Christmas spirit was demonstrated as 
the greeks gave a party for the 
mentally retarded. 




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"The University of Maryland once lost its accreditation 
because it did not have a library. It now has two huge 
libraries and the only problem is when one looks for a book 
in McKeldon and it turns up in the undergraduate library." 

"The reading room is a nice place to hide when the 
noise in the dorm gets to be too much." 



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"Once inside the brightly hued lobby with its carpets, 
escalators and futuristic (lor the moment) furnishings one can 
escape the homely exterior and explore the reservoir of 
wealth stored inside." 

"The best thing about knowledge is that it is still free." 




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"Concerts seem to be on the way out. Maybe it's stu- 
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"This campus has had a lot of problems attracting 
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TOUCHE 



In but its third year of existence, the Terrapin fencing 
team is evolving into a yearly contender for the Atlantic 
Coast Conference title. 

Formed the year after Maryland had lost the Carmichael 
Cup by one point, it took head coach Robert Tyler time 
to build a winning program. This year, the Terp fencers 
achieved that goal. 

Victories were recorded for the first time over North 
Carolina State and ACC powerhouse North Carolina. The 
latter meet was not decided until the final bout in foil, 
a come-from-behind win for Ken Poyd. 

Several area schools fell victims to the Terrapins, 
including the UMBC Retrievers, the Patriots of George 
Mason, and the Navy JV. Maryland's only loss against 
area competition came at the hands of Johns Hopkins 
in a close 15-12 meet. 




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Sully Krouse's wrestling Terps re- 
corded another winning season in 1973- 
74 against what Krouse called "the 
toughest schedule in Maryland wres- 
tling history." Only eastern powers 
Buffalo, Lehigh, Navy, and Penn State 
inflicted losses upon them, but the 
Terps rolled over Pittsburgh 29-8. 

Four wrestlers were the nucleus of 
the team: Steve Nickolas (118 
pounds), David Strauss (150), Tyrone 
Neal (158), and Cy Jernigan (heavy- 
weight). Each won at least 10 matches 
during the season. 

Nickolaus could be counted on to 
give Maryland a quick dual meet lead; 
Strauss retained his 1972-73 ACC 
championship form; Neal, a junior col- 
lege transfer, proved to be one of the 
nation's best 158-pounders; and Jerni- 
gan put the "pins" in the "Terrapins", 
including three in a quadrangular 
meet against North Carolina, Ameri- 
can, and Virginia. 

This quad meet proved to be the 




most important night of the regular season. Both the Tar 
Heels and Cavaliers came into Cole fieldhouse undefeated, 
and many thought the question of whether the rest of the 
Atlantic Coast Conference was catching up with Maryland 
would be answerwed that night. 

The Terps met the challenge, defeating Carolina 31-9 and 
Virginia 21-15. 

Not only did the winning remain unchanged, so did the 
campus's lack of interest in wrestling. Area high school meets 
could draw standing-room only crowds into 2500-seat gymna- 
siums, but at home Terp meets, visiting fans from Lehigh and 
Penn State outnumbered Maryland rooters. 



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"You never realize how much stuff you have till you have to start 
lugging it all to your room." 





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"Sure, there's a lot of sex and drugs in the dorms. Show me a 
university today where they say there's no sex and drugs, and 
I'll show you a bunch of image-conscious liars. And I couldn't 
begin to tell ya half the stuff that goes on in the dorms. But we 
wouldn't want to get the administration nervous, would we?" 




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TEN TO STUDENTS BY WILLIA M. 
THOMAS, ACTING VICE CHAN- 
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The "nude running" incidents have placed 
the University community into a defensive 
and embarrassed posture. Strong reactions 
from many of you and from other citizens of 
our state project impressions that include; (1 ) 
that there is an apparent general acceptance 
of such behavior on the part of the campus 
community, and (2) that the University 
administration condones this kind of activity. 
Please be assured that neither of those 
impressions is correct." 



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"If it wasn't for the long lines, the inadequate facilities and the poor food, the dining hall would be fairly decent. 



'I think the dining hall has improved this year. You can't expect complete changes overnight . 



"The dining hall? I think it's worth what I pay for it.' 



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FROM DIAMONDBACK COLUMN (JAN. 9. 1974) BY KIM KEISTER 

"It can't happen here. That attitude toward campus busts was shattered this 
week with the arrests of 1? dormitory residents for dealing dope. Five others 
can e.xpect the same. 

Similar occurences have been common on smaller, more isolated campuses, but 
very rare on the gargantuan, more progressive institutions like the University 
of Michigan and Berkeley. 

Now we know where we stand. It can happen here. 

It's a weird situation that brought the great bust about. Thousands of people 
here indulge in dope in an atmosphere of acceptance and often advocation. .At 
the same time we are governed by those who deem such activities evil and corrup- 
tive. This despite all recent research to the contrary. 

Some blame has to be placed on both sides. Public comment must be reserved 
until the accused have their days in court. But it can not go without notice 
that so far three of the alleged drug dealers were victims of armed robberies this 
year. 

Armed robberies are more than a nuisance to the victims' dormitory neighbors. 
Bullets have no eyes, and the often heavy traffic to a drug dealer's residence can 
also be less than a delight. 

Many among the black community at the University were also irritated by the 
repeated reports of those big devilish gun-wielding black men descending on poor, 
innocent white boys and making off only with mom's apple pie and just enough 
change for a carton of milk. Who could believe such a thing? 

Besides, a bust is one of those occupational hazards of the dealer which is paid 
for in the price of the pot. Growmg and transporting an ounce of weed doesn't 
cost $15 to $25. The dealer makes his dough. 

On the other hand, the absurdity of years in jail and stiff fines for being in 
business can only be laughed or cried at. 

Nearly 100 per cent of the research on the "harmful effects" of marijuana 
has turned up no more evidence than smoking cigarettes. The alleged dealers are 
being hassled for what should be handled by cigarette machines. 

They are being persecuted not lor a disservice to society, but lor the ignorance 
of malinformed politicians with their heads up their asses. 

.And this Chancellor Charles F. Bishop has endorsed. Last week he publicly 
stated the "duly enacted laws of our state" must be up-held on this campus. 
He also said if evidence is found against the accused, they will be disciplined 
by the campus judicial process . . . possibly to the degree of expellnient. 

Bishop said he expected two results from the bust. First, fewer armed robberies. 
Second, a "more wholesome environment." 

Fewer armed robberies would definitely be nice. Everyone would agree to that. 
Dealing from dorms is not the most considerate way to make a fast buck. But 
was the bust the best way to decrease the intrusions? 

A more wholesome environment' Ah. c'mon chancellor. Can't you just see the 
College Park Coca-Cola and pizza sales sky-rocketing now. 

What the hell is a more wholesome environment'^ Presumably in the eyes of the 
chancellor it means less marijuana. .As if the bust will have a significant effect 
on drug sales for more than an hour. Students will probably be running around 
trying to find new bananas and catnip, right? 

No way. If your favorite dealer got busted there's always another to take 
his/her place. Maybe more seeds in the bag or smaller ounces, or at worst, a 
slightly higher price. But not that big of a problem. 

What the bust means at most is it's time prohibition is ended. The duly enacted 
state law must be repealed." 




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"There are more diversions from studying than nude runs, robberies and drug busts It' 

never dull." 



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"When we lost the first game I was disappointed. I thought we were 
going to have a losing team." 




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"Instead of drinking all the alcoholic beverages one could 
consume, fans had a good home football team to watch for 
a change." 




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"The future under Jerry Claiborne looks bright. He has built a dominating defense and with such a weapon wil 
be in any ballgame his team plays." 



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"Now the likes of Paul Vellano, defensive guard, defensive tackle, and 
Bob Smith, defensive safety, make Ali-American possibilities closer to 
reality than in recent years." 




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"Maryland football could become the power of the 
Atlantic Coast Conference in much the same man- 
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"Athletic Director James Kehoe has persisted in saying 'football must win for the athletic 
department to make money.'" 



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"The 1973 Terrapins are finally giving Kehoe some hope of get- 
ting the money he seeks." 




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WE'VE COME A LONG WAY BABY 



Women's basketball at Maryland is beginning to move up in the world. 
1973's defending state champions changed their headquarters from tiny 
Preinkert fieldhouse to Ritchie coliseum and Cole fieldhouse, both of which 
have enough seating capacity to handle the games' ever-growing number 
of spectators. 

Two Terps, 5-6 guard Monica Rogers and 6-1 center Laurie Donnelly, 
tried out for the men's basketball team to emphasize the fmancial plight of 
women's athletics. Nancy Scannell of the Washington Post wrote a feature 
article on the two in particular and the Maryland women's athletics 
situation in general. The article was inserted into the Congressional Record 
by Senator Walter Mondale (D-Minn.) as support for his "Women's Educa- 
tional Equity Act," part of which would give women equity with men ir 
intercollegiate athletics. 






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Dorothy McKnight's team be- 
gan its season with a victory 
over Gueiph University of Cana- 
da, a scrimmage win at Delaware, 
and a close victory at Virginia 
Commonwealth. 

Then Immaculata College, 
AIAW (Association of Inter- 
collegiate Athletics for Women) 
champions the past two seasons, 
ventured into Cole. For three 
quarters, the crowd of 1100 saw 
a tight game, with the lead 
shifting back and forth. But 
after Donnelly fouled out early 
in the fourth quarter, Immaculata 
broke it open to win 65-52. 

The subsequent loss of Rogers 
(sidelined with a knee injury) 
hurt the Terps at Western Mary- 
land, as they blew a I2-point half- 
time lead to lose in overtime to 
the Terrors. 



Cathy Calabrese and Donnelly, with 16 and 21 points each, then led 
the Terrapins to a 67-39 shellacking of Frostburg State at Ritchie. 

Morgan State, runnerup to the Terps in 1973, then came into Cole. 
The Bears" record was 7-1, but Maryland's defense ran Morgan off 
the court en route to a 60-22 rout. Everybody saw action, including 
Rogers. 

The Terps visited Salisbury State and easily avenged a 1973 defeat. 
The team continued to prepare for the all-important state tournament 
in March, with an eye to the regionals. 

Not only was the first team winning, but the second team too. The 
second team Terps. made up of sophomores and freshmen, bombed their 
first few opponents by frightful scores. The success of the second team 
can be linked in some ways to the additional publicity Maryland 
women's basketball is receiving in area media. 93 



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"The largest snow storm since 1965 hit during finals. It took 
me an hour just to get out of my driveway. The radio kept hsting 
schools that were closed, Maryland was never one of them. I 
guess it would have been hard on a lot of people to reschedule 
^W those finals." 

"Normally the campus looks rather dull to me, but when that 
snow came down the whole place took on a new and beautiful 
image. I know snow is hard to drive in, but I would still like 
to see the University look like that more often." 

"A lot of us took trays from the dining hall and went 
sledding. It was a ball." 



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"We may look back on this energy crisis and 
laugh, but it's not very damn funny now." 

"You have to wait in longer lines to get gas 
than to get into a first run play." 




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As a commuter 1 virtually lived out of 
m\ car. I would pack everything that I 
would need in a day into the car and then 
just go to the car two or three times in a 
day. 

This meant I had to start for school 
about an hour before I needed to be there. 
It didn't lake me that long to pack the car, 
it took that long to fight the traffic to 
school. 

The first few weeks of school were spent 
trying to find the best route to school. It 
seemed that no matter what road I took, 
everybody else would take it too. 

I tried to beat the traffic by riding a 
bicycle to school but I nearly died of fright 
on the way. Many drivers take great sport 
in running cyclists into curbs or parked 
cars it seems. 

.After vowing always to be courteous to 
people on bikes. I returned to my car. This 
would mean starting a little earlier but at 
least I felt safe. 

The trip to school wasn't that bad but 
on some mornings it would put me in a 
bad mood that set the whole day going 
wrong. Soon I began to meet people and 1 
was surprised to find that I was not the 
only one who went through this and then 
it didn't seem so bad after all. 




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Antipholus of Ephesus 


J. Nellmann Stephens 


Dromio of Ephesus 


Jay B. Levine 


Antipholus of Syracuse 


Martin Bestimt 


Dromio of Syracuse 


Allan Schefferencko 


Luce 


Roz Cohen 


Adriana 


Anna Maria Smuiowitz 


Luciana 


Shirley Bonnell 


Fatima 


Barbara Surosky 


Head Cortesan 


Janice Flanagan 


Sorcerer 


John Sefakis 


Tailor 


Tom Hostetter 


Tailor's Apprentice 


Jeff Rathner 


Merchant of Syracuse 


Daniel Spitzer 


Merchant of Ephesus 


Allan Steinhorn 


First Maid 


Vicki Van Grack 


Second Maid 


Tracy Davis 


Sergeant 


Tony Dobrowolski 


Duke 


John Elko 


Aegeon 


Albert Nahmani 


Angelo 


Mark Russo 


Corporal 


Tom Gilpin 


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Ronnie Shaughnessy 
Bunny Fhngus 
Bananas Shaughnessy 
Corrinna Stroller 
Head Nun 
Second Nun 
Little Nun 
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George C. Bonifant 

Fred B. Temple, Jr. 

Sherry Skinker 

Mickey Nucker 

Tracy Davis 

Barbara Surosky 

Debby Hauptman 

Kathleen Grennon 

Lanny Thomas 

Daniel Spitzer 

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Charles Prosser 

Nanny 

Jack Bowler and Boy 

Mosby Sheppard 

Governor of Virginia 

Big Henry Stimpson 

Willy 

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Howard Turner 

Daniel Ward 

Roosevelt Boone 

Pamela Jones 

Christine Lamenjar 

Eric Brotman 

Harriet Lane 

Jeffrey Davis 

Diego Zunigo 

Gary Hubler 

Gregory Holt 

Joseph Mills 

Tim Bliss 

Kurt Lodusky 

Michael Green 




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THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO 



Susanna — June Lilienstein 
Countess — Pamela Alexander 
Cherubino — Anne Lewis 
Marcellina — Nancy Bliden 
Barbarina — Angela Bradford 
Basilio — Lyndel Vaught 
Curzio — David Wright 
Count— Robert Patton 
Antonio — Martin Bestimt 
Bartolo — Michael Sis 
Figaro — Richard Crickenberger 

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"Well, I think the people at the infirmary are really 
trying to make it a good service. And I think the 
money we paid at registration — I think it was three 
dollars — will help out too." 



"The health service is better than nothing at all. I 
really haven't got any complaints. That Bridwell 
doctor, though .... she sure is a fine lady. Really 
knows her people — she's got her head together, ya 
know?" 




116 




"I can't say anything about the health service. I'm a 
fourth year commuter student and I haven't used the 
infirmary once since I've been here. My family doctor 
has been adequate." 




American Yearbook Co. 117 




"I always wondered what they do in those backstudios, 
and if those girls really pose in the nude or not." 



118 



"When I'm painting the nude I don't look at 
the nude as something erotic, it's all just art 
to me." 





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"You look thru the microscope so much, some- 
limes sou walk out of there cross-eyed." 



"Is this the spleen or the pancrease?" "Neither 
it happens to be mv thumbi" 



"Cutting up fetal pigs isn't THAT bad. It's breathing 
formaldahyde every other day Cor three weeks that gets 
to you." 




123 




"It's ridiculous. A lecturer stands up there and drones on 
and on, while 2 or 3 hundred people sit out there and day 
dream. And from this, you're supposed to learn?" 



"There are 2520 minutes in this class during the semester 
and I can usually make it thru the first 5 and then I am 
bored as hell." 



124 




"You mean I spent all that time trying to balance this 
stupid account and the calculator is broken!?" 



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"The Student Union really is a nice and interesting place to hang around. There's a lot there to keep you 
pied; nice chairs and couches if you just want to nod off. It's getting better." 



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"Once you know your way around, there's plen- 
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144 




"Tawes gallery is the cultural center for the college 
community. It has provided shows of art ranging 
from Picasso's prints to student sculpture. Success 
for the gallery is attributed to the student and 
faculty interest." 





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147 



"To be able to do something well is a great attrib"te, 
but to be able to teach others to, do it well multiplies 
that greatness." 

"Hopefully the overabundance of teachers will 
weed out the ones who are simply teaching because 
they don't know what else to do." 

"Student teaching can be a very good or a very bad 
experience depending on what school you go to. But 
then a real teaching position can be good or bad de- 
pending on what school you go to." 




148 Bracha Barbara Ungar, Secondary Education 




Linda Callahan "74" Elementary Education 149 




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dies by takmg their hfe, it just hits harder than if it was someone in the newspaper." 



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"Personal stress, not academic pressure, is probably the cause of the high suicide rate among college 
students." 



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"The help center provides many services. It's manned 
■* 24 hours with people who'll rap with you about any- 
thing." 



"Hotline services can do little good and perhaps some 
harm. Most operators although warned not to, give 
advice on how to solve problems. This advice rarely 
turns out to be right." 




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"The only help one will receive is from within one's self.'' 





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"Friends of a suicidal student should not attempt 
to solve his problems, but distract him and per- 
suade him to seek professional help." 




154 Steely Style Shop 




"When they start to use drugs as a method to forget their problems they only create more." 




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"Our philosophy has changed and we're into long- 
term projects— things that will benefit the students 
for a long time." 



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"SGA seems to have toned down since 
the Miami Convention and the stolen 
papers." 



"I think SGA is trying real hard." 



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Charles E. Bishop 

After four years as chancellor of the College Park Campus, 
Charles E. Bishop has some accomplishments to be proud 
of, particularly his plan of reorganization, which eliminated 
the old colleges of Arts and Sciences and Business and 
Public Administration, and substituted broad-ranging divi- 
sions in their place. "I'm striving for quality" in academics. 
Dr. Bishop boasts. "I want this to be the best public 
institution on the east coast and I think we're not far from it."" 

Many students, however, are disgruntled that Dr. Bishop 
is not as visible and open as he used to be when he arrived at 
the University. Bishop says he recognizes this, and plans to 
walk across campus and mingle with students more often. 



Being only an acting vice president doesn't faze William 
Thomas, who was named to head the Office of Student 
Affairs in August after former vice chancellor Daniel L. 
Bratton was fired, (or "left in the middle of controversy" if 
you want to pussyfoot around). Dr. Thomas emphasizes 
the need for communication between students and the admin- 
istration as the best way to eliminate campus problems. 
"We have to continue to find the best ways to have some 
kind of positive input on the campus environment so that 
the missions of the University can be fulfilled," he commented 
soon after his appointment. As a former director of resident 
life, Thomas views his approach to students as "candid"" 
and sees no reason not to continue being open with students. 







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158 Hollis Raphael 




Thomas B. Day 




John Dorsey 




Thomas B. Day, vice chancellor for academic planning and 
policy, is the idea man on the College Park campus. Alone in his 
office, without a huge bureaucratic staff to manage, former physics 
professor Dr. Day thinks of new policies to make campus life more 
interesting and easier. This year. Dr. Day has been working on 
computerized requirements and issuing automatic transcripts each 
semester, to accompany the new computerized registration that 
went into effect three semesters ago. In addition. Dr. Day is busy 
working out the snafus that occur to thousands of students each 
semester, despite the computerization. Yet Day hopes that within 
two years, the University's Univac 1 108 will have all the bugs 
worked out in computerized registration. 



Once one of the most popular economics professors at the 
University, Dr. John Dorsey now runs the complicated machinery 
needed to formulate the University budget and allocate funds. 
Often seen explaining the intricate budget procedures to campus 
groups that really don't understand how it all works. Dr. Dorsey 
is readily accessible to student and faculty to discuss budget 
procedures. Dorsey says he misses teaching, though, and would 
like to return to it some day. 



Every inch the professor. Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs 
George H. Callcott is seriously concerned about improving the 
University, in teaching, reasearch and library facilities. The pedago- 
gic, bespeckled historian-turned-administrator emphasizes the 
need to make the University's academic reputation rival its 
excellent athletic ranking. "I think we've made most commend- 
able progress in the past 20 years and in the past five years, but we 
still have a long way to go." says Callcott, who has been with the 
University almost continuously for nearly two decades. "We've 
not yet attained the stature that must be our goal." 



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SENIOR DIRECTORY 



Abell, Deborah, Whealon, Md., History, Phi 
Alpha Theta. 

Abramowicz. Nancy, Hicksville, N.Y,, Early 
Childhood. 

Ackerman, Charlotte, Baltimore, Md., Psy- 
chology, Carousel — University Theatre. 

Albert, Lawrence, College Park, Md., English. 
Treas. Md. Federation of College Republican 
Clubs. Director ol' Youth for Hogan, Executive 
Committee H.W.C, Governor's Commission, 
Director County Municipal .affairs SG A. 

Alexander, Joan, Potomac, Md., Interior Design, 
National Society of Interior Designers. Ameri- 
can Interior Designers, 

Alfonso, Marta, Lewisdale, Md.. Spanish. 

Allen. Cort. Riverdale, Md., Electronic Engi- 
neering, Eta Kappa Nu, IEEE. Chairman 
IEEE Sports Committee, IEEE Librarian, 
Electrical Engineers, Intramural Football 
Team \,yA. 

Archer, Constance, Fallston, Md., Psychology, 
Alpha Phi. Drama Wing, Peer Counseling, 
Aqualiners 2, .Ski Club l.?iA, Sailing 4, Second 
Mile Counseling. 

Barcus, Anne, Cirecnbelt, Md., Recreation. 

Barker, Elizabeth, Baltimore, Md.. Urban Geo- 
graphy, Gamma Theta Upsilon. Equestrian 
Club.' 

Barksdale. Wardell. Jr., Baltimore, Md., Phys- 
cal Education, Black Student Union, Chan- 
cellor's Undergrad Advisory Council, Vet's 
Club, Black Explosion -,.'',4, Intramural Bas- 
ketball 3,4, Football 3,4, Softball 2,3.4. 

Barnes, Hugh, Mt. Ranicr. Md.. Criminology. 

Barr, Richard, Bethesda, Md., .lournalism. 

Barrett, Paul, Towson, Md., English, .\lpha Tau 
Omega, Omicron Delta Kappa. Varsity Svum- 
ming Team 1,2,3.4, President diaries Hall 
Dorm 3, Vice president Alpha Tau Omega 
Fraternity 4, Resident Halls .Association 
Representative. 

Barry, .lane. Forestville, Md.. Elementary 
Education. 

Bassett. Jayne, Doylestown, Pa., Home Eco- 
nomics Education, Alpha Lambda Delta, 
Omicron Nu, College of Home Economics 
Student Senate, Representative 1, Vice presi- 
dent 2, Collegiate Home Economics Organiza- 
tion 1,2,3.4, 



Radio & Tele- 



Electronic 



\ 



Baltimore. Md., Electrica 



Bates. William. Beltsville, Md., 
vision. Reader's Theatre. 

Baum, Jack, Bergenfield, N.J. 
Engineering. 

Baum, Judi, Baltimore. Md., Elementary 
Education. 

Beacken. Lynda, Cranford, N.J., English. 

Beardsley, Joanne, College Park, Md., Elemen- 
tary Education. 

Bebbs, Ellyce, Hillcrest Heights. Md.. Family 
and Community Development. 

Becker. Edward, Wanamassa, N.J., Business. 

Bell. Belinda. Lancaster, N.Y., Government and 
Politics, Dorm Officer 2,3,4, Resident Housing 
Association Representative. 

Benauent, Walter, Hato Rey, Puerto Rico, 
Psychology. Delta Tau Omega, Swim Team 
Manager. 

Benedict, Linda, Silver Spring, Md., Special 
Education. 

Beran, Edward. 
Engineering. 

Berberich, Karl, Baltimore, Md., Accounting, 
President of Queene Anne Hall. 

Bersdolt, Sara Louise, Gaithersberg, Md., 
Sociology, Alpha Lambda Delta, Peer Ad- 
visor Sociology Department 3,4, Under- 
graduate Committee — Sociology I. 

Bernhcim, Howard, Randellstown, Md., Fi- 
nance. 

Berry, Romayne, Baltimore, Md., Business. 

Bialek. Judy. Silver Spring, Md., Elementary 
Education. 

Biancaniello, Joseph, Hyattsville, Md., General 
Business, Delta Sigma Pi. 

Bickley, Edith, Hyattsville, Md.. Hearing and 
Speech Science, Kappa Delta, Diamond, Ski 
Club. Panhellenic Secretary, Transfer Task 
Force, Campus Senate, Student Caucus. 

Bigman, Debra, McKeesporl, Pa., Secondary 
Art, Kappa Delta Pi, People Active in Com- 
munity Effort. 

Billet, Adam, Camp Springs, Md., Physical 
Sciences, Phi Kappa Phi, Terrapin Ski Club, 
Pre-Medical Society. 

Bilmanis, Andris, Hyattsville, Md., Engineering. 
Omicron Delta Kappa, Tau Beta Pi. Pi Tau 
Sigma, Varsity Track Team 1,2,3,4, Track 
Co-Captain 3.4. 



Binder, Steven, Kensington, Md.. Accounting. 
Varsity Track Team 3, Intramural Referee 
1,2,3, Pep Club. 

Binder. Stewart, Kensington, Md., Transporta- 
tion, Delta Nu Alpha. 

Birns, Eileen, Plainsview, French. 

Blair, Lucy, Towson, Md., Business Education. 

Blank, Glenn, Owings Milk. Md.. Arts & 
Sciences. 

Blocknia, Raymond, Baltimore, Md., Biological 
Science. 

Bloom, Susan, Franklin^ Square, N.Y., Home 
Economics, Omicron Nu. 

Blumenthal, Kent, Wheaton, Md , Arts & 
Sciences. ;^ 

Bober, Gail, Baltimore/ Md., Hearing and 
Speech Sciences, Child';^ Health Clinic. 

Bodurgil, Edward, NewjCarrollton, Md., Bio- 
Chemistry, Pre-Medi^l Society, Phi Eta 
*-;i&«,»Sigma, Adjunct Coiimittee on Academic 
Affairs — College Park^enate. 

Bohner, Christine, Laurel, Md., Family Studies, 
Omicron Nu. 

Bohnhorst, Kristin, Sumervi 
Floor President 1 a Plata 
Assistant 4. 

Bohrer, Susanne, Laurel, Md.. Animal Science. 

Bonfils. Thomas. Gaithe|sburg. Md., Sociology. 

Bonsall, Linda. Havertil^n. Pa.. Special Educa- 
tion, Alpha Lambd^Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, 
Campus Crusade ronEhrist. 

Book, Minda, Randallstown, Md., Family Stud- 
ies, Diamonback Business Staff. 

Boos, Kathleen, Silver Spring, Md., English, 
Phi Kappa Phi, General Honors Program, 
English Honors Program, Newman Center. 

Booye, Sharon, Spenccrville, Md., Accounting, 
Federal Government Accountant's Associa- 
tion, American Accounting .Association. 

Bowers, Donna, NewCarrollton, Md. 

Brady, Peggy. Sandy Spring, Md,, Art, 

Bradley, Barbara, Wildwood Crest, N.J.. Fine 
Arts, President Delta Gaipma, Diamond 

Bram, Sylvie, Chevy Chgse, Md., Ele 
Education. Sailing Club. Maryland 
Cadre. 

Braunfeld. Jonathan, Brooklyn. N.Y 

Braverman. Gordon, Englewood 
Government. Pi Sigma Alp 



e. N.J.. German. 
Hall 3, Resident 



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Governmeni Association 






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Mens Honorary. John Marshall Prc-l.aw 
Society, Marlford Hall Presidenl 2, Hart- 
ford Hall Treasurer 1, Search Comniillee lor 

I ood Service Director. 
Brcslin, Barbara. Bowie. Md. 

Brcslow, Stuart. Adelphi. Md.. Government and 
Politics, Pi Sigma Alpha, Sludenl Advisory 
Board Counselling Center, Intramural Bas- 
ketball 1,2,3,4. 

Brcwinglon, Darlenc, Landover. Md.. Recrea- 

II n. Phi Alpha Hpsilon, National Recreation 
ami Parks Association. Historian ot Maryland 
Rciication and Parks Society, Outstanding 
1 rLshinan Award— Univ. of Md. Recreation 
.iiul I', irks Society. 

Hn.lilill \nn. Salisbury. Md. Sccond,ir\ \ii 
Hih!;jts I, lilies. Adelphi. Md., Humik-ss 
Brier, (..iriil. I cinplc Hills. Md,, Microbiology. 
Brinccricid, W.ini, Rncrdale. Md.. General 
Business Delta Sigma Pi. Committee Chair- 
man for .\mericun Cancer Societ> Dance 
Marathon. 
Briseminc, Cecilia, Bowie, Md., (jerman. 
Brill, Maiilyn, wxen Hill, Md., Family and 
Comniijiniv De\elopmcnt, Volunteer for 
Prince George's Occupational and Training 
Workshop, Collegiate Home Economics 
As.s(icalion. 
Brodsky, Susan, Long Branch. N.J.. Mathe- 
m.iiics. Pi Mu Epsilon. Mortar Board— Treas- 
urer. Omicron Delta Epsilon. Treasurer Caro- 
line 1 lal, P.A.C.F... Upward Bound. 
Brooks, Brian. Hyattsville. Md., Elementary 
Eeiiiealion. Intramural Basketball. Softball 
2,}. Student Government Legislator 3. 
Brooks, John, Baltimore, Md., Zoology, Phi 

Sigma, P. ACE. 
Brooks, Marie, Wesi»HetTi|»tead, N.Y., Outdoor 
Recreation, Maryland Recreation and Parks 
Sociei\ Inc. 
Brooks, Steven, Whealon, Md., Psychology, 

Pre-MeJical Society, Amateur Radio Club. 
Brown. \nnc Mane. Chillum. Md., Recreation. 
Help ( enler 1.2. Ski Club 1.2.3. Univ. ofMd. 
Recreaiion and Park Society 2. Membership 
Chairman 3. Student on Committee for Revi- 
sion of Academic Programs and Politics for 
Division I Ive. 
Brown, Deborah, Baltimore. Md.. Criminology. 
Brown. Glenda. Oxen Hill. Md.. Radio and 

Tclevisioti.% 
Brown. Judith, Laurel. Md.. Mathematics. 
Brown. Judy. Baltimore, Md.. Physical Educa- 
tion. Girl's Tennis Team 3.4. Complex Vice 
President 3. Floor President 3.4. 
Brown. Mary, RockMlle. Md., English. 
Brown, Richard, Che\ y Chase. Md.. Government 
and Politics. Student Union Board. Intra- 
mural Captain Softball. 



Brown. Robert, Baltimore, Md., Criminology, 
People Active in Community Efforts, Black 
Student Union, 

Browne, Thomas, Fairlawn, N.J.. Law Enforce- 
ment. 

Brownell. Dorothy. Kensington. Md., English, 

Brownlee, David, Suitland, Md., Zoology, Univ. 
of Md. Gymkana Troupe. 

Buckland. Kenneth, CosCob, Connecticut, Zool- 
ogy. 

Buechlcr, Ricki, Landing, N.J., Psychology. 
Alpha Epsilon Phi. 

Buff. Janice. Paramus, N.J„ Education. 

Bulloek < iiol Bethesda. Md.. Recreation. 
Ka|ipa Alplia I hela. Diamond. 

Bunke, Catherine. Bethesda, Md.. Biological 
Science. 

Burg, Stuart. Brooklyn. N.Y.. Psychology, 
Kappa Kappa Psi. Marching Band 1,2, Con- 
cert Band 1 .2. 

Burns. Deborah, Beltsville, Md . Secretarial. 

Burns, Robert. Colonia. N.J., Psychology, 
Rugby. 1,2, Denton Floor Vice-chairman 3,4, 
People Active in Community Efforts 2,3. 

Bu/zard, George, College Park. Md., Political 
Science. 

Caldwell, Donald, Greenbelt. Md., Mechanical 
Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau .Sigma 

Caldwell. Donald. Silver Spring. Md.. Market- 
ing. 

Callahan. Ellen. Bethesda. Md.. Marketing. 

Callan. David. Accounting. Baltimore. Md. 

Caloviras. H. Michelle. Silver Spring. Md,. 
Psychology. 

Campbell. Ann. College Park, Md.. Zoology, 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. Phi Sigma. Greek 
Judicial Board. Zoology Student Undergrad 
Committee. 

Campbell. Candace. Silver Spring. Md.. Ele- 
mentary Education. 

Cannon. Sally, Salisbury, Md , Hearing and 
Speech Sciences. Kappa Kappa Gamma. 
Diamond. Greek Yearbook. 

Caplan, Kenneth. Baltimore. Md.. Marketing. 
Sigma Alpha Nu. 

Carlson. Terry. Spi^gfield. Na , Hearing and 
Speech Sciences, m 

Carolan, Howard, Raleigh, N.C., General Stud- 
ies, Presidenl Student (iovernment 72-73. 

Carriere. Deborah. Greenbelt. Md.. Special 
Education. Council for Exceptional Children. 

Carruthcrs. Colleen, Adelphi. Md., .Agriculture 
E.xtension Education. Alpha Zeta, Agriculture 
Council Representative. EEEO Representative 
— Counseling Center. Newman Community, 

Carter, Angela, Hyattsville, Md.. Home Eco- 
nomics. 

Carter. Margaret, Severna Park. Md . Educa- 
tion. 



Carter. Patricia, Rockville, Md,. Physical 
Education. 

Cartier. Leslie, Manchester, New Hampshire, 
Pre-Medical. Delta Tau Delta, Intramural 
Sports Football. Basketball. 

Castro, Barbara. Hyattsville. Md.. Family 
Studies. 

Catchlngs. Susan. Lanham. Md.. English. Angel 
Flight. 

Cavalier, Dean. Baltimore. Md,. General 
Studies. 

Cepko. Joan. Laurel, Md., General Business. 

Chao, Margaret, Langley Park, Md., Chemistry, 
Alpha Lambda Delta Secretary 2. Mortar 
Board, General Honors, Chancellor's Under- 
graduate Advisory Council, S.G.A. Finance 
Committee, Central Student Judicial Board — 
Chief Justice 4, Justice 3. Chinese Student 
Association President 3, Secretary 2. Senate 
Adjunct Committee on Student Conduct. 

Chaves. Maite. Hyattsville. Md., Art History, 
Alpha Lambda Delta, Special Events Chair- 
man — Student Union Board 3, Women's 
Center Staffing Committee. 

Chayt, Janice. Baltimore. Md.. Law Enforce- 
ment. Lambda Alpha Epsilon, Women 
Intracollegiate Volleyball Team 1.2, Rape 
Crisis Hot Line, Karate Instructor Free 
University. 

Checket. Barbara, Baltimore, Md., Hearing and 
Speech Pathology. 

Cheslosky, Elizabelh, Rockville. Md.. Kappa 
Alpha Theia. Phi Alpha Epsilon. 

Chovitz. Phyllis. Chevy Cha.se. Md., Mathe- 
matics. 

Christakos. Cardice, Teaneck, N.J., Dance, 
Maryland Dance Theatre, President of the 
Dance Department, Chairman of Advisory 
Committee lo Department Chairman. 

Christie, Deborra, Wheaton, Md., Psychology. 

Ci.sscl. Patricia. Silver Spring, Md.. .Art\ 8: 
Humanities. 

Clagett. Linda. Silver Spring. Md . 
Childhood 

Clancy. Thomas. Gaithersburg. Md., Zoology. 
Clare. Chris. Groton. N V, Personnel. 
Clark, Jr.. George. Tow son. Md., Business. 
Cleary. Kathleen, Alexandria, Va.. Education. 

American Home Economics Association, 
. ■' Maryland Teacher's Association. 
/Close. Patrick. BowijB; Md,. English, .* . 
./ Coffman. Lisa, lyfcrthEast. Md., PsytSology. 

Alpha Xi Delta,'*' 
Cohen. Arlencj' Baltimore. Md„ Elementary 

Education. 
Cohen. Barbra, Greenbelt, Md., Advertising 

Design. Gamma Sigma Sigma, Honorary 

Lieutenant Colonel of the State of Alabama. 



Student Government Association Iti5 




Cohen, Beth. Annapolis, Md., Speech and 

Hearing. 
Cohen, Robert, Bethesda, Md., Urban Studies, 
Alpha Epsilon Pi, Interfraternity Softball 
and Badmitton 3,4 
Colihon, Kathleen, Rockville, Md., Dance. 
Collector, Sheila, Baltimore, Md.. Elementary 

Education, WRA dorm activities. 
Colleli. Ralph, Rockville, Md., History, Phi 

Alpha Theta. 
Collins, Helen, Baltimore, Md., Dietetics, Alpha 

Lambda Delta. 
Collison, Paul, Towson, Md.. Business. 
Como. Nancy, Annapolis, Md., Mathematics, Pi 

Mu Epsilon. 
Cook, Sanford. Rockville, Md. 
Coonley, Joyce, Bowie, Md., Fashion. 
Cooper, Alisa, Atlantic City, N.J., Music Edu- 
cation, Music Educator National Conference. 
Cooper, Connie, Cambridge, Md., Marketing. 
Corame, John, Baltimore. Md., Art and Science. 
Corbett. Kathleen, Suitland, Md., Music Educa- 
tion, Sigma Alpha lota. Music Educator 
National Conference. 
Cortese, Gary, South Orange. N.J., Psychology, 
Pre-Med Society, Varsity Wrestling Team 1. 
Varsity Golf Team 2,3, Tau Epsilon P. 
Corless. John, Silver Spring, Md., Civil Engi- 
neering, Ski Club 1, University Commuter's 
Association 1, Engineering Council 4. 
Corrinne, Jeanne, Oxen Hill, Md., Mathematics. 
Corun, Ronald, Fallslon, Md., Civil Engineering, 

Chi Epsilon, A.S.C.E. 
Cosner, Jill, Baldwin. Md., Botany and Biolo- 
gical Science, Delta lota. Alpha Lambda 
Delta, Flour vice-president Centerville North. 
Cotton, Jr., Robert, Silver Spring, Md., Electri- 
cal Engineering, I.E.E.E. 
Coury, Elaine. Wheaton. Md., Elementary 

Education. 
Covella. Margaret, Silver Spring. Md., Govern- 
ment and Politics. 
Craighead, Harold, Elizabethtown, Pa., Physics, 

Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma Pi Sigma. 
Cramer, Linda, Rockville, Md., Chemistry. 
Crawford, Janna, Laurel, Md., Business Man- 
agement. 
Crawford, Mitchell, Kensington, Md., Govern- 
ment and Politics. 
Crerar, Claire, Silver Spring, Md.. Interior 
Design, Alpha Chi Omega, Assistant Manager 
of Course Guide. 
Crockett, Charles, Baltimore, Md., Mechanical 
Engineering, Pi Tau Sigma. America Society. 
Crockett, David, Hyattsville, Md., Mathematics, 

Pi Mu Epsilon, Undergraduate Teacher. 
Cross, Mari, Oxen Hill, Md., English. 
Cross, Richard, Springfield, Va., Industrial 

Education, M.S.T.A., M.i.A.A. 
Crow. Alexander, Rockville, Md., Economics. 



Crow. Margaret, Kennedyville, Md . Home 
Economics Education. A. HE A.. Collegiate 
4-H. 

Crow. Jr.. Robert, Kennedyville, Md., Agron- 
omy. Collegiate 4-H. 

Crowe. Kathryn, Wheaton, Md., Elementary 
Education. Kappa Alpha Theta. Ski Club 4 

Culler, Gordon. Greenbelt, Md., Transporta- 
tion, Delta Sigma Pi. 

Cummings, Victor. Valley Stream, N.Y., En- 
glish, Sailing Association. 

Curtin, Eugene, Upper Marlboro, Md , Business 
Administration. 

Cusick, Rebecca. Hollywood, Md.. History. 

Dalgrano, Brian. Baltimore, Maryland. English. 
Bultaco Racing Team 1,2,3,4, Maryland State 
Champ. 

Dall'Acqua, Nancy, Mclean, Virginia. Interior 
Design, AID 

Dambriunas. Anthony. Brentwood. Maryland. 
Government and Politics. President of Lithu- 
anian Student Association Baltua 1,2,3,4. 

D'Ambrogi, Kathleen, Baltimore, Maryland, 
Speech and Hearing, Kappa Delta, Ski Club. 

Darden, Betty, Baltimore, Maryland, Psycho- 
logy, WRA 2,3, Dorm officer — Administra- 
tive Assistance, Discussion leader — Crimi- 
nology Course, Resident Assistants of Hous- 
ing Interviewer. 

Darlington, Jeffrey, Reading, Pennsylvania. 
Business. Dorm Vice President — Kent Hall 

David, Sharon, Silver Spring, Maryland, Special 
Ed. Kappa Delta Pi, Dorm Volley Ball Team 
l.Pace. 

Davis. Caimrella, Baltimore, Maryland. Mathe- 
matics, Alpha Kappa Alpha, Freshman Hon- 
orary Diadem, Black Student Union 

Davis. Carol, South Orange. New Jersey, Urban 
Studies. Alpha Epsilon Phi. Diamond. 

Davis, Carol A., Adelphi. Maryland. RATV, 
Pres of LaPlata2. 

Davis, Gail, Baltimore. Maryland. American 
Studies. Phi Sigma Sigma, Diamond Honor- 
ary, Mortar Board, Chairwoman University 
Program Board, Chairwoman Student Gov- 
ernment Election Board 3, Governor's Com- 
mission for State Affairs 4, Student Union 
Policy Board Secretary 2. ..-~. 

Davis, Velma, Frederick, Maryland. 

Davis. Walter. Olney, Maryland, Business. 

Davis, Wyndra, Baltimore, Maryland, Elem. Ed. 

Dawson, Tom, Riverdale, Maryland, Zoology, 
- Help Center, S.G.A Health Committee- 
Consumer Advisory Board to the Campus 
Infirmary. 

Dawson, Sandra, Annapolis, Maryland, Journ- 
alism, Sigma Delta Chi. Black Explosion, 
editor. 

Dean, Linda, Adelphi, Maryland. 

DeBois, Jeffrey, Baltimore, Maryland, Archi- 



tecture, Gymkana 1,2, Cecil Hall President 4, 
Resident Assistant 5. 

Dehnel, Linda, Hyattsville, Maryland, Housing 
and Applied Design. 

Deleonibus, Mike, Mitchellville, Maryland. 

Delfin, Stephen, Silver Spring, Maryland 

Dellebovi, Charles, Ellicott City, Maryland, 
History, Intramural Soccer, Softball 1 ,2,3,4. 

DeMare, John, Aberdeen, Maryland, Radio and 
Television. 

Densmore, Steven, Adelphi, Maryland, Mathe- 
matics, Pace, Amateur Radio Club. 

Dent, MaryKay, Severna Park. Maryland. Fam- 
ily and Community Development. Sigma 
Kappa. 

Dent. Robert. Accokeek, Maryland. General, 
Phi Kappa Sigma. 

Deremer, Amy, Beltsville, Maryland. 

Derrow. Jr., Leonard. Wheaton, Maryland, 
Personnel and Labor Relations. 

deSeve, Richard, Bowie, Maryland, Govern- 
ment, Hill Area Council Rep. I, Intramural 
Football 1,2,4, Intramural Baseball 1,2,4, 
Intramural Basketball 3,4, Resident Assis- 
tant 1,4. 

Desposito, Theresa, Northport. New York, 
Secondary Art Education, Student Cleaner, 
Weight Lifting 3,4, President Somerset 3, 3. 

DeVivo, Elena, Hyattsville, Maryland, English, 
Calvert Review , Ski Club, Pep Club. 

DeVos, Eril, Mountainside, New Jersey, Per- 
sonnel and Labor Relations. 

Dexter, Susan, Baltimore, Maryland, Special 
Education. 

DiCamillo. Vincent. Riverdale, Maryland, Con- 
servation and Resource Development. 

Dickerson, Deborah, Chestertown, Maryland. 

Dieterich, Vivian, Williamsport, Maryland, 
Early Childhood Education, Pi Beta Phi, 
Angel Flight, Marching Band Captain of 
Color Guard. 

Didwall. I dna, Whitemarsh, Maryland, Physics, 
Alpha I ambda Delta, Sigma Pi Sigma, SPS, 
Departmental Honors in Physics. 

Diggs, Eric, Maryland, Advertising, Black Ex- 
plosion, Intramural Football. 
_;,Dillon, Joan, Silver Spring, Maryland, English 
and History, RHA Representative 3,4, Easton 
Hall Vice President 3, Easton Hall 8th Floor 
President 4, P.A.C.E. 

Dillon, Nancy, Baltimore, Maryland, Early 
Childhood Education, P.A.C.E. 

DiMichele, Lida, Thornwood, New York, Tex- 
tile Science, Ski Club, Equestrian. 

Dion, Grant, Oxon Hill. Maryland, English. 

Dittmann, Wayne, Riverdale, Maryland, Pre- 
Veterinary, Alpha Gamma Rho, Pre-Vel. 
Club, Collegiate 4-H Club, Block & Bridle, 
Equestrian Club, Ski Club, Terrapin Trail 



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Club, Greek Paper. Intramural Football & 
Basketball I.:. 3.4 E.C.O., HolLine. U.C.A. 
Muscular Dystrophy Marathon, Campus 
Blood Dri\c 

Di\on. .lanei Kockvillc, Maryland. Microbiol- 
ogy, Alpha \i Delta, SAO, Ski Club. 

Dixon, S. Keith, Cetillon, Maryland, Dair\ 
Science, .Mpha Gamma Rho, Alpha /cia. 
Who's Who Among American College and 
Uniicrsilies, Gate & Key Society, Agrigate, 
Alpha rhela Crcsent, Ag Council V.P. 2, 
P. .', Dairy Sci. Block & Bridle. Aj Council 
Rep 2,3, Alpha Zeta Treas. 4. Latnl f lannmg 
C.niricil. Scholarship Commiiicc, Alpha 
(. iiiima Rho Pledge Class Pres . Rush Chair- 
man, Alumni Secretary. 

Donald, Sybil, Riverdale, M ii\land. Early 
Childhood Education. 

Doong, Theresa, Beltsville, Maryland 

Dorf, Linda. Woodmere, New York, Recreation, 
Treasurer University of Maryland Recrea- 
tion and Parks Society. 

Dorsey, Arthur, Seahrook, Maryland, Electrical 
Engineering. Tau Beta I'l, Eta Kappa Nu, 
Phi Kappa Phi, Chairman of Community 
Action Committee of Tau Beta Pi, Institute of 
Electrical Engineering, Electrical Engineering 
Undergraduate Association 

Doshier, Laura, Grecnbelt. Maryland. Elemen- 
tary Education. Chi Omega. Angel Flight. 

Dove. Edward. Gaithersburg, Maryland, 
History. 

Dowling. Thomas. Silver Sprmg. Maryland, 
Microbiology, Sigma Alpha Omicron. Traffic 
Board Committee. 

Downing, Rosemary, College Park, Md.. Busi- 
ness. 

Dougherty, Linda. Pompton Plains, N.J., Hu- 
man Ecology-Consumer Economics PACE.. 
Maryland Public Interest Research Group. 
American Association of Tc\iile Technolo- 
gists. 

Draisin. Judy. Charleston. S.C.. Special Educa- 
tion. P.A.C.E.. Council for Exceptional Child- 
ren. Resident Assistant in residence halls. 

DreholT. Deborah Jean. Linthicum. Md.. Home 
Economics. Collegiate Home Economic .As- 
sociation, Volunteer work at Jessup Women's 
Prison. 

Drucker. Helen. Brunswick. N.J.. Behavioral 
and Social Science. 

Dube. Jerry. Hyattsville. Md., EPA. American 
Marketing .Assoc. 

Dubin. Arthur. Chevy Chase, Md., BPA, Intra- 
mural Basketball. 

Duer. Colin M., Ruxton. Md., Business Admini- 
stration. Phi Kappa Sigma, Cheerleader. 

Duff, Catherine. BLilR-.d.i. Md., Science Educa- 
tion, Dorm \ .'llc\h,ill ;cam. Dorm Secretary. 
Desk ReccpiiDnist ai Dnnn. 




Duley. Stephen, Temple Hills, Md., Social 
Studies Education 

Duni, John, Glen Burnie Pk. Md., Business- 
Marketing, Delta Sigma Pi. President— 
Easton B, V.P. American Marketing Assoc. 

niinkilni.ui. Snvan. Vineland. N.J.. Sociology. 
Alplia KpsilMii I'hi. 

Duplain. Brock L.. SiUcr Spring. Md., Finance. 

Duplain, Kevin, SiK cr Spring, Md., Finance. 

Dupski. Louis, Ellicotl City. Md . Accounting. 

Dusek. Charles, Alexandria, Va.. Industrial Arts 
Education. Intramural Football, Flying Club. 

Dvonn. Donald. Westfield, N.J.. Zoology. 
Club, Tennis Club, Associate Justice — Caffi- 
bridpc Complex, Area Board Repr. Leonard- 
town, RHA Repr. 

Dzikowski, Christine, Bethesda. Md., Elemen- 
tary Ed., Gamma Phi Beta, .Alpha Lambda 
Delta. Kappa Delta Pi, Diamond Phi Kappa 
Pi. 

Eason, David, Bethesda, Md.. Marketing. 
American Marketing .Assoc, 

Ebelink, Anita, Silver Spring, Md., Elementary 
Ed , PhiTheta Kappa. 

Edelberg, Caryl, Silver Spring, Md.. HESP, 
Delta Phi 1 psilon Social Chairman. Diabem. 

Eden. Tom. Bambrills, Md., History. Inter- 
Varsity Christian Fellowship. 

Edelen. Frances. Bethesda. Md.. Education. '•- '. 

Eiseman. Adriane. Randallstowlt^^^^\rt 

Eiseniein, Corin. Silver Spnng, Md.. Account- 
ing. Beta Alpha Psi, Alpha Lambda Delia. 
Eta Beta Rho. Phi Kappa Phi. 

Eisner, Roslyn. Beltsville, Md., Elementary 
Education. 

Elliott. Jodl. Silver Spring, Md., Music. 

Elsby. Jack. Baltimore. Md., Government, 
Hill area council V.P. Sports Reporter 
WMUC. 

Engelen. Jcanine. \V healon. Md.. French. ,.^ 

Engerbretsen. Ra\, \Vas1nngtdii*D.C.. Sociol- 
ogy, Alpha Kappa Delta 

Ent. Carolyn, Colmar Manor. Md.. Community 
Studies. 

Erb. Anthony. Oxon Hill. Md.. Conservation 
and resource development. 

Eiedeljon. Mary. Sociology. 

Eslinger. Jessie, Hillcrest Heights, Md.. Business 
Administration. 

Eslinger, Robert. Potomac, Md., Economics 

Esposilo. John. Bridgelon. N.J., Interior Design. 
Alpha Epsilon Pi, Cheerleading, Intermural 
football, basketball and baseball. Fraternity 
pledgemastcr and scribe. 

Elkins. Jill, Portland. Oregon, Speech, Sopho- 
more class council. 

Evans. George. College Park. Md.. History 
Phi Alpha Theta. Sigma Delta Pi. Republican 
club, skydiving club, bowling club. SGA, 
Bowling and football intermurals. 




E\.ans. Donzella. Andrews A.F.B., Psychology. 

Evans. Nanccy, New Carrollton. Mil . Textile 
marketing. Delta Delta Delta, American 
Association for Textile Technology Treas- 
urer. Secretary forTri Delta, Sigma Nu Little 
Sister 

Fatzie. .Mary. AdelfAi, Md., Secondary Social 
Studies. 

Fawcett. Frank, Wilmington. Del , m, 

Tau Beta Pi, l.t.E.E. 

ohcri. Greenbell. Md.. Economics 
'g, Linda. Bethesda. Md., Accounting. 
Beta Gamma Sigma, Eta Beta Rho, Beta 
Alpha Psi. Phi Kappa Phi. 

Fehlmann, I. in. Piesce, Fla., Secondary Educa- 
tion Biology 

Fegan. Judy, Rockvill, Md., Education. 

Feistman, Darylc. Cherryhill. N.J.. Social Stud- 
ies, Phi Alpha Theta, Kappa Deha Pi. RHA 
2nd \ P, 

Fcldman, Bobbye, Bayside, N.Y,, Phys. Educa- 
tion 

Ferguson, Lynn, Hillcrest Hgts.. Md.. Adver- 
tising. 

Ferrell. Katerine. Hyattsville, Art. 

Feustle. Michael. Baltimore, Md., Electrical 
Engineering. Kappa Kappa Psi, IEEE, Mary- 
land Band President. Symphony Band, Wind 
Ensemble. 

Ficco. Michael. Jonc^^'.'.n, Pa.. Electrical 
Engineering, HKN. TBI' 

Fiedor. John. Bowie, Md., Conservation & 
Resources Development Varsity Football. 

Field. Cynthia. Phila . Pa., Sociology. Alpha 
Epsilon Phi. 

Finch. Ruth, Baltimore. Md„ Criminology and 
Psychology. Little Sister to Sigma Nu, Co-ed 
Volleyball and FootbaB. 

Fine. Andrea. Chevy uiase, Md., Elementary- 
Education. * 

Finn. Bonnie, SiKcr Spring, Md., Education. 
A. HE. A., Md Fcachers Assoc. MTA. 

Fish. Paul R. III. Mt. Rainier, Md., Personnel 
Mgt. & Labor Bilations. 

Fischetti. Gregory, Kensington. Md.. General 
Biological Sciences. 

Fisher. Susan. Scotch Plains, N.J . Conservation 
& Development. Delta Gamma Sorority. 
Public Relations Chairman of Delta Gamma. 

Fishkind, Bonnie Sue. College Park. Md., .Art 
Education. 

Fitzgerald, Robert. Rockville. Md.. Physical 
Science. Ski Club President. 

Firehouse, Nancy, Baltimore. Md.. Sociology 

Fixell. Daniel, E. Meadow, N.Y. 

Fletcher. Martin, Hyattsville. Md., General 
Business. 

Follz. Joanne, Hyattsville, Md., Transportation. 
Alpha Xi Delta, Delta Nu Alpha, WRA, 
UCA. 




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Ford, Herljert S., General Agriculture, Alpha 
Gamma Rim. Collegiate 4-H, Block and 
Bridle Dair\ Science Club. GATE and Key 
Social Honorary, Kennedyville. Md. 

Formlak. Thomas, Silver Spring. Md. Market- 
ing, 

Foster, Elizabeth. Baltimore, Md.. Sociology, 
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority , Inc. 

Foster. Sanston Moody. .Ir,. Hyalisville, Md.. 
Law Enforcement, Afro-.'\merican Studies, 
Epsilon Mu, Alpha Phi Omega, Kappa Omega 
Pi. Lambda Alpha Epsilon. Veterans" Club 
Touch Football. President. Law Enforcement 
Student Association 71-74. President, Kappa 
Omega Pi, L.imbda ,Mpha Epsilon, Voted 
most likely to succ^. 71-72 Intensive Educa- 
tional Developmentl*rogram. 

Fo.\, Hilary, Easton, Md., HESP. Campus 
Judicial Board, Association Chief Justice. 

Fox. Nancy. Silver Spring, Md., Phys. Ed.. 
University of Maryland Gymkana Troupe. 

Fox, Susan, Elkton. Md . Horticulture, Pi Alpha 
Xi. 

Freeman. Lisa, Gre.il Neck, N.Y., Applied 
Design. Work in Publications's Dept., Desk 
Receptionist in Cumberland, Exec. Bd of 
Coed Committee in Cumberland Hall. 

Frecdman, Francine, Chevy Chase. Md.. Gov- 
ernment and Politics. 

Freund, Janet. Bergenfij 
Studies. 

Friedman. Gary. McKeesl 
Beta .'\lpha Psi. 

Friedman, Marc A., BaltiJ 
ing, Bet,a Alpha Psi. 

Friel, Patricia. Silver Spring 
keting. Sigma Kappa Sor3 
mond Honorary Sorority. 

fritz, Susan. Feasterville. Pa., 
Executive Committee Association for Child- 
hood Education. 

Fryer, Gregory. Denton. Md., Philosophy, 
Psycholo^. 

Fuchsman, Rita, Syracuse, N.V„ English. 

Fulks, Judith, York, Pa., Family Studies. 

Funk, Beverly, Rockvill'e,' Md., Elementary 
Ed., Pi Beta Phi Sorority, Diamond Honor- 
ary Sorority. ^ f i 

Fusler. Jacques Charles^Belt'svillq, Mdi.'Math. 

Gadow. Leslie, Early Childhood. RH.A Rep., 
Vice President Montgomery East Dorm. 

Faither, Jalnce, Wheaton, Md., Gvpt., Alpha 
Kappa Alpha, 1973 Summer Orientation 
Group Leader. Member Black Student Union. 
73 All. Delegate to NS.A Supervisory Board. 
Spring 72 Director of Human Relations SGA, 
73 SGA Finance Comm., 73 Governor's 
Commission of Student Affairs. 73 NSA 
Alt. Delegate. 73 Campus Central Judicial 




, American 

Accounting. 

Md.. Account- 

.. Textile Mar- 
(Pres ), Dia- 

Earlv Childhood, 




Board, President of AKA So^rty Pledges. 
Comptroller National Third ^^rld Students' 
Association. 

Gaffney. Sharon. Wash., D.C^J^riminology. 

Ganley, Dile. Frederick, Md 

Garber, Gary. Denton, Tx.. Accounting. 

Garret, Barbara, Cheverly, Md., Early Child- 
hood. Univ. of Md. Glee Club. University of 
Md. Young Democrats (Secretary and Presi- 
dent). FUing Follies 

Garret, Donna, Poulcsville, Md., FMCD, Kappa 
.MphaTheta. 

Garretson, Shelley, East Millstone, N.J., Per- 
sonnel, Kappa Delta Sorority. 

Gath. Dana. Alex. Va., Mgmt. & Consumer 
Studies, Panhellenic Council Member. 

Geigcr, John, Silver Springs. Md,. Horticulture. 

Geli^ple. James, Landover, Md.. Housing. 

Ceroid. Roseann. Greenbelt, Md.. Sociology. 

Gholston, Elizabeth, Upper Marlbro. Md., Per- 
sonnel & Public Relations. 

Gibs. Ivy, Yeaden, Engineering Education, 
Kappa Delta Pi. 

Gibson. Deborah Jane, Wilmington, Del., Crafts. 

Gikas. Catherine, Wheaton. Md.. Zoology. 

Gilbert. Macie, Baltimore. Md., Special Educa- 
tion 

Gilbert, Robert, Ml. Rainier, Md., Journalism 
Diamonback, Terrapin Photographer. 

Gile. Arthur, Silver Springs, Md., Mechanical 
Engineering. Delta Upsilon. 

Giles, Roger, Hagerstown. Md., Alpha Gamma 
Rho. 

Gillespie. Kathleen, Belsville, Md., Education. 

Gill, Stanton, Silver Spring, Md., Horticulture, 
Equistrian Club, Ski Club. Trail Club, Horti- 
culture Club, Eco Club, Volunteer in Pace. 

Gillen. Katherine, Rockville. Md., Biological 
Sciences. 

Gillis, Michael D., 
Design. 
JiUijs^^ra 1 ee. 
tan^^iii^^ation. 

Gilstein. Margoi. Rockville, Md.. English, Stu- 
dent Advisory Board of Counseling Center. 
Secretary — St. Mary's Dorm. 

Ginsburg, Tobey, Silver Spring, Md., Early 
Child Education. Clinician for Children's 
Physical Development Clinic. 

Gittleman, Elliot, Rockaway Park, N.Y., Fire 
Protection, Engineering Society of Fire Pro- 
tection Engineers, College Park Voluntary 
Fire Dept., Member U. of Md. SCORE (Stu- 
dent Competition of Relative Engineering), 
Competition Team (Students against Fires). 

Glascow , Janice, Takoma Park, Md. 

Glorioso. Joseph, Balto. Md., History. 

Glotfelty. Rodney. Accident. Md., Zoology. 
Phi Sigma Honorary (Biological Sciences). 

Gluckstern, dene, Balto, Md., Social Studies. 



Silver Spring. Md . Applied 
Silver Spring. Md.. Elenien- 



Givarz, Robert, Silver Spring. Md., Journalism, 
Softball — "Ludes Open League, Football, 
"Ludes Open League, Treasurer Ellicott. 

Goden, Bonnie, Balto, Md., Elementary Ed. 

Goddson, Eileen, Silver Spring, Md., Sociology, 
Sigma Kappa Sorority. 

Goldberb, Leonard, Sociology. 

Goldfinger, Robert. Silver Spring, Md., Earth 
Science University Theatre, House Manager — 
Tawes Fine Arts Theatre, Intermural Sports, 
Children's Physical Development Clinic, Int- 
erests in the Field of Geology. 

Goldschmidt, Sandra, Silver Spring, Md., Con- 
sumer Economics. 

Goldstein, Janet, Queens, N.Y., Spanish, Sigma 
Delta Pi (Spanish Honorary). 

Goldstein, Linda, Silver Spring, Md., Psy., 
Psi Chi. 

Goldstein, Steven, Wheaton, Md., Microbiology, 
Thurst Science Fiction, Managing Editor, 
President, Science Fiction Society. 

Good, Jane, Adelphi, Md. 

Gordley, Larry, Riverdale, Md., General Busi- 
ness, Basketball Manager for Varsity and 
Freshmen Teams. 

Goslin, Joan, Clinton, Md., Education. 

Goswami, Mohinder, Hyattsville, Md., Elec- 
trical. Foreign Student Association, Indian 
Student Association (Vice-President) 

Gott, Mary, Potomac, Md.. History. 

Gottfried, Joan, Paramus. N.J., Sociology. 
PACE. 

Gould. Alison, Wilmington. Del , Textile Mar- 
keting. Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

Gould, Mary. Rockville. Md., History. 

Gradijan. Robert, Silver Spring, Md., American 
Studies. ^.^ 

Graffam, Charles, RiverdaWf Md., -Russian* 
Area Studies, Tau Kappa Epsilon. Freshman 
National Honorary Society, Evening Division 
National Honorary Society. Phi Kappa Phi, 
Russian Club. 

Graffam. Cynthia. Riverdale. Md.. Government 
ifTand Politics. Gamma Phi Beta. Alpha Lambda 
Delta. RtSssian Club. College Republicans. 

(iMham. Allen. Laurel, Md . .\ccounting. Gen- 
eral Business. 

Grahn, Stella, Wheaton. Maryland, Secondary 
Biology Education, .Mpha Lambda Delta. 

Gray, Elizabeth, Silver Spring, Maryland, En- 
glish, Wreckreator, Dorm President and Social 
Chairman 2, UM Recreation and Park 
Society. 

Gray. Judith. Silver Spring, Md.. English. 

Grey. BiUie. Snow Hill. Md. 

Green. Charles, Damascus, Md.. Accounting. 

Greene, Kevin, College Park. Md., History, Phi 
Alpha Thela, History Undergraduate Assoc- 
iation President 4, Undergraduate Peer 
Advisor. 



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Greene. Amy Lynn, Rockvillc, Md. 

Greene Jr., Mclvin, Baltimore, Md.. Geography 
and Urban Studies. Gamma Thela Up.silon. 
Sports Editor Black hxpli'sion 4. President 
Charles West Dorm 4, Vice I'resident Pamola 
libony Choir 4. 

Grecnberg, Barbara, Phoenix. Aruona. 
■^■■■Ik, Merlyn. New Carrollton. Md., 
Knglish 

(iresock. Martc, liro.ikls ii, Ohio. Institute of 
Criminal .lustice and ( i iminology. 

Griisser. Kugcne. Baliimore, Md., Transporta- 
tion, Delta Nu .Mplia, Justice Denton Area 
Judicial Board \.2.}A. 

Grogg, Judith, Gailhccsburg, Md., Special td. 

Gross. Michael. Brooklyn, N.Y., Food Manage- 
ment Service, 1 nglish, Manager University 
Food Service. 

Grosskurth, Frances, Greenbelt. Md., Special 
Education 

Gudclsky, .\iin Bethesda, Md., Journalism. 

Guerra. I ind.i. Silver Spring, Md., Speech 
Communit.iiion, Gamma Phi Beta, Angel 
Flight. 

Hackett, Patricia, Hyaltsville, Md.. Human 
Ecology 

Hall. Joann;^^. Baltimore. Md., Zoology, Alpha 
Lambda Delta, Phi Sigma. Prc-Med Society. 

Hall, Margarel. Upper Marlboro. Md., Human 
Ecology, AiiKTieaih^J^Be Economics 
Association. 

Hamburg, Cheryl, I airlawn, N.J , Speech and 
Hearing, University Chorale. 

Hancock, Bonnie, Oxon Hill, Md., Costume. 

Hankey, Carole, Silver Spring. Md , Library 
Science Education, Phi Alpha Theta. Phi 
Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi. Delta Kappa 
Phi, Region 4 Intercollegiate Bowling Champ- 
ion, Vice-President Latin-American Associa- 
tion, Student Representative to Execuli; 



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Board of College of Education 
Hannah. Emily, Silver Spring, Md., A & S. 
Hanicin. Kenneth, Baltimore, Md., Accounting, 

Beta Alpha Psi. 
Hansen. Karen, Silver Spring, Md., Elementary 

Education, Alpha Gamma Delta, Alpha 

Lambda Delta, Diadem, Diamond. 
Hard, Richard, Easton, Md., Psychology. 
Harans, Judith, Baltimore, Md., Elementary 

Education. 
Hargraves, Kathleen, Bethesda, Md., Crafts. 
Hargus, Stanley, Beltsville, Md., Electrical 

Engineering. 
Harmon, Terry. Hyattsville, Md.. Elementary 

Education. 
Harrington, Joan, Oxon Hill. Md . Recreation. 
Harris, Marcia. Rockville, Md., Government and 

Politics, Alpha Phi, Sigma .Mpha Epsilon, 

Intramurals. 
Harrison, Marjorie, College Park, Md. 



Harrison, Michael, Hyaltsville, Md., BPA. 

Harvey. Gloria, Bethesda. Md., Early Child 
Education, .Alpha Lambda Delta. 

Harvey. Mary. Lutherville. Md.. English 

Hausman, Warren, Adelphi, Md., Geography 

Havves, Patricia. Doylestown. Pa.. Math, Presi- 
dent Women's .Athletic Association, Intra- 
murals. 

Hecht, Carol, Short Hills, N.J., Elementary 
Education. 

Hecht, Neila. Pgh., Pa., Elementary Education. 

Heffcrnan, Stephen, Silver Spring, Md., Econo- 
mics, Mary PIRG. 

Hemelt. Martha. Bethesda, Md., Interior Design, 
Alpha Phi, Panhellenic Council. 

Hempling. Steven, Hialegh, Florida, Water 
Resource Management, Diamondback, Terra- 
pin, Cycling, Trail Club. 

Henderson, Rebecca, Tishman. Md., Elementary 
Education. 

Henry, JoAnn, Baltimore, Md., Art, Black 
Resident Assistant's Caucus, Peer Counselor. 
Photographer -Black Explosion Newspaper. 
Who's Who in American Colleges. 

Herman. Lowell, Baltimore, Md., Accounting, 
Alpha Epsilon Pi, Beta Alpha Psi, Beta Gam- 
ma Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Student Traffic 
Board. 

Herrmann, Mark, Crofton, Md., Marketing, 
GolfTeam. 

Hickle.Gary, Berwyn Heights, Md., Accounting. 

Hicks, James, Beltsville, Md., Marketing. 

Higgins, Patricia, Silver Spring, Md., HeSp. 

Hill, .Ann, Baltimore, Md . English. 

Hill, Wendy, Landover, Md., Zoology, .Aqua- 
liners. 

Hinz, Robert, Overland Park, Kansas, Psy- 
chology. 

Hirshenson, Steven, Hillside, N.J., Accounting, 
Phi Sigma Delta. 

Hirschhorn, Cheryl, Neshanic, N.J., Elementary 
"*^ Education, Help Center. Health Service Ad- 
^K visory Council, Elklon Exec. Council. 

Hobbs, James, Wheaton, Md., Economics. 

Hoffman, Claire, Ellicott City, Md.. English. 

Hoffman, Linda, New Carrollton, Md., English. 

Hoffman, Paula, Plainvicw, N.Y., Elementary 
- Education, PACE, Children's Clinic. 
wHHolden, Linda. Silver Spring, Md., Math, Delta 
" Delta Delta. Diamond. Pom Poms, Volley- 
ball. .Aqualiners. 

Holland, Frances, Holland, Va., English. 

Holland, Mary, Olney, Md., Secondary Educa- 
tion 

Holk> Deborah, Baltimore, Md., Early Child- 
hood tducation. 

Holmes, Pamela, Washington, D.C., Drama, 
University Theater, Black Student Union, 
Commuter's Association. 



Holwager, James, Aberdeen, Md.. 

Journalism, Terrapin. 
Holwager. Katie. Aberdeen, Md., Ecology. 
Hopkins. Paul. Suilland. Md., Zoology 
^oskins, Sandra, Newtown Square, Pa 
Hossick, Linda, College Park, Md.. iiiiii,.iu 

Ecology, 
riouser. Brian, Boonsboro, Md.. Secondary 

Education Math. Navigators, Band. 
Hov/ard, Beverly, Hyattsville, Md., Psychology, 

PsyChi. 
Hudgins, Edward, Boeie, Md., GVPT. 
Hughes, Cecelia. Cheverly, Md., Math. 
Hughes, Thomas, Greenbelt, Md., Personnel and 

Labor Relations, Delta Sigma Pi. 
Humphreya, James, Takoma Park, Md., Recrea- 
tion, U. of Md., Recreation and Park As.soc- 

iation, Md. State Recreation As.socialion, 

National Recreation and Park .Association. 
Huriax, Sharyn, A & S. 
Hurley, Edward, Cockeysville, Md., Elec. Engr., 

Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engi- 
neers, P.ACE, Terrapin Rioteers. 
Hurwiiz, Donald, Bethesda. Md.. Journalism. 

Diamondback, Citizen's Call, Together, 

Horseshoes, Hillel. 
Husted, Stephen, Hyattsville, Md., Economics. 
Hyatt. James. Severna Park, Md., Mechanical 

Engineering, Phi Sigma Kappa, ASME, Go 

Club. 
Hyman, Barbara, Bayonne, N.J.. English, Phi 

Kappa Delta. 
Illions, Susan, Commack, N.Y., Psychology, 

Equestrian Club. 
Imp, Richard, Saddle Brook, N.J., General 

Business, Beta Gamma Sigma, Chancellor's 

Undergraduate Advisory Board. 
Inscoe. Oliver, Jessup, Md., Math. 
Iskovitz, Jill. Oceanside. N.Y.. Math Education. 
Jacobs, James, Gaithersburg, Md., .A & S. 
Jackson, Abigail, Beltsville, Md.. Music and 

Elementary Education. 
Jacobs, Stuart. Baltimore, Md., Psychology. Phi 

Kappa Phi. Psi Chi. Honors Program. 
Jaffe. Rosalyn, Washington, D.C., Library 

Science Education, Floor President and Floor 

Social Chairman— La Plata Hall. 
Janes, Scott. Laurel. Md.. English. Television 

Workshop. Veterans Club. Ski Club. 
Janios. Helen. Hyattsville, Md., General Studies. 
Jannarone. Cheryl, .Matawan, N.J.. Crim.. Dorm 

Judicial Board. Hall President. 

Jansen, Russell, Baltimore, Md., Civil Engi- 
neering, Tau Beta Pi, Chi Epsilon. 

Jedamski, Waldtraut, Clarksville. Md.. Bio- 
chemistry, Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Beta 
Kappa. 

Jeffrey. Charles, Bowie, Md.. Zoology. 

Jenkins. Alan, Baltimore. Md.. Physics. 




Student Government Association ' 1 (>\ 




Jennings, Alice. Seat Pleasant, Md., General 
Business. 

Jemigan, George, Chester, Va., History, Alpha 
Tau Omega. Football, Wrestling. 

Jodlbauer, John, Elkton. Md., Business. 

Johnson, Cynthia, District Heights, Md., Ac- 
counting. 

Johnson. Everene, Columbia, Md., Elementary 
Education, Black Student Union. PACE, 
Black Odes.sey Modeling Club, Dance 
Marathon, 

Johnson. Lisa, Chevy Cha.se, Md., A. & S. 

Jones, Joyce, Baltimore, Md., English. 

Jones, Maureen, Greenbelt, Md., Education, 
Delta Delta Delta, Sigma Nu Little Sister. 
Dept. Agriculture and Nutrition Dept. co- 
ordinated research program. WRA. 

Jones, Novella. Washington, D.C., English, 
BSU. 

Jone, Susanne, Temple Hills, Md., Textiles 
& Apparel. 

Jordan, Ann, Rockville, Md , Criminology. 

Joselson, Pamela, Old Brookville, NY., Crim- 
inology, Ski Club. 

Judge, Kathleen, College Park, Md., Early 
Childhood Education, Kappa Delta Pi,. Asst. 
House Manager— University Theater, A.C. 
E.I. 

Kabot. Marlene, Livingston, N.J., Psychology. 

Kaese. Ronald, Hyattsville, Md., Electrical 
Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu Association, Insti- 
tute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 
Student Advisory Council. 

Kaestner, Margo, Kensington. Md., History. 

Kahn, Sharon, Charleston, S.C., Psychology. 

Kalish, Eileen, York, Pa., A. & S. 

Kamins, Mark, Bethesda, Md., Phi Sigma Delta. 

Kaminski, Karen, College Park, Md., Elemen- 
tary Education. 

Kane, Sharon, Baltimore, Md., Psychology. 

Kanyuck, Susan, Baltimore. Md., Home Econo- 
mics, American Home Economics Assoc- 
iation. 

Kapinos, Steven. Silver Spring, Md., Engi- 
neering. 

Kaplan, Daniel. Silver Spring, Md., Math, 
General Honors, Teaching Assistant for Math 
Courses. 

Kaplan, Lori, Allentown, Pa., Interior Design, 
A.I.D.,Omicron Nu. 

Karpouich, Elizabeth, Upper Marlboro, Md., 
German, Delta Phi Alpha. 

Katcef, William, Annapolis, Md., History, Tau 
Epsilon Phi, Chairman — University Blood 
Drive. 

Katkish, Mary, College Park. Md., Music, 
M.E.N.C., Guitar Instructor, Work with 
Mentally Retarded in Music. 

Katz, Donald, Norfolk, Va., English, President- 
Student Government Association. 



Katz, Barbara, Hyattsville, Md., History, Glee 
Club, Chapel Choir. 

Katz, Ellen, Silver Spring, Md., Speech and 
Drama. 

Kay, Charles, Towson, Md., Mechanical Engi- 
neering, American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers — Treasurer. 

Keller. Thomas, Lancaster, Pa., GVPT, Swim- 
ming Intramurals, Usher for University 
Theater. 

Kelley, Kathleen, Bethesda, Md., Studio Art, 
Art League. 

Kelley, Kenneth, Baltimore, Md., Civil Engi- 
neering, Phi Sigma Kappa, American Society 
of Civil Engineers. 

Kelley, Rosemary, Silver Spring, Md., Sociol- 
ogy, Floor President— LaPlata 8, RHA 
Representative, 

Kelly, Coleen. Takoma Park, Md., Sociology, 

Kemp, Francis, Silver Spring, Md., Zoology, 
Rugby Club. 

Kemp, Mardi, Gaithersburg, Md., Special 
Education. 

Kempf, Lawrence, Chevy Chase, Md. 

Kenny, Gene, Towson, Md., Speech and Hear- 
ing, Student Assistant at Undergraduate 
Library. 

Kensky, Stanley, Silver Spring, Md., Personnel 
and Labor Relations. Intramurals, Band, 
B'NAI Brith Hillel Foundation, 

Kester, Rush, Potomac, Md., IFSM, President 
of Aqualiners, U. of Md. Skydiyers. 

Kiley, Mary, Silver Spring, Md., Art History. 

Kim, Donna, Hyattsville, Md,, Elementary 
Education, PACE, University Choir. 

King, Jane, Cedarhurst, N.Y., Physical Educa- 
tion. 

King, Judith, Laurel, Md., Horticulture, 

Kinland, Sherry, Bethesda, Md, 

Kinnahan, Jean, Bethesda, Md.. Criminology, 
Alpha Xi Delta, Phi Theta Kappa, Sigma 
Nu Little Sisters. 

Kisam e, Carole, Randallstown. Md., Diete- 
tics, v tmpus Crusade for Christ. 

Klau, Cnristopher, Bowie. Md., Recreation, Pi 
Kappa Alpha. 

Klein, Ellen, Owings Mills, Md,, Health Educa- 
tion, PACE. 

Kleiman. Alan. Baltimore, Md., Psychology. 

Klein, Hersha, Wheaton, Md., Psychology, Psi 
Chi, PACE. 

Kligman. Scott, Hempstead, NY., Marketing, 
Tau Epsilon Phi, Varsity Fencing National 
Championship, 

Kline, Jeffrey, Phoenix, Md., Economics, 
Intramurals. 

Klopatch, Phyllis, Hyattsville, Md., Education. 

Knight, Eric, Glyndon, Md., Art Education. 

Knighton, Barbara, Palmyra, Pa., Zoology 
Alpha Omicron Pi, Pre Dental Society- - 



Treasurer 1972, Secretary 1973. 

Knitz, Suzanne, Randallstown, Md., Elementary 
Education. 

Knopfle, Paul, Annapolis, Md., Mechanical 
Engineering, Tau Beta Pi. Pi Tau Sigma. 

Knowles, Douglas. Baltimore, Md., Mechanical 
Engineering, American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers, Motorcycle Club, 

Knowles, Robert, Camp Springs, Md., His- 
tory, Football, Basketball, Softball, Dorm 
Secretary-Treasurer. 

Koczur, Daniel, Ephraim, N.J., Physical Educa- 
tion. 

Kofroth. Jeanne, Lancaster, Pa., A. & S. 

Kohler, Sharon, Timonium, Md,, GVPT. 

Konel, Ivy, Oceanside, NY., Social Studies, 
Phi Alpha Theta, PACE. 

Koo, Bucky, New York, N.Y., Accounting. 

Koob, Joanne, Hackensack, N.J., Dance, Mary- 
land Dance Theater, Lecture-Demonstration 
Group. 

Korat, Dizza, Baltimore, Md., Zoology, Alpha 
Lambda Delta, Pre Med Club, PACE, 

Kovaly, Richard, Indian Head, Md., Marketing. 

Kozosky, Joyce, Clinton, Md., Elementary 
Education. 

Kramer, Mark, Silver Spring, Md., Biochem- 
istry, Beta Sigma Rho. 

Kravitz, Sandra, Silver Spring, Md., American 
Studies, Mortar Board, Help Center — Assoc- 
iate Director, R.A,, Free University, Inter- 
collegiate Hotline Representative, Counseling 
Center Student Aide, PACE, Student Union 
Board. 

Kress, William, Baltimore, Md., Marketing. 

Krochina, Patrick, College Park, Md., Archi- 
tecture, Football. 

Kryzanowsky, Sandra, Rockville, Md., Spanish, 
Alpha Gamma Delta, 

Kupferman, Barbara, Aberdeen, Md., A, & S, 

Kurdyla, John, Carteret, N,J,, Zoology, Golf 
Team, Cheerleading, Vice-President Pre-Med 
Society, President Pre-Med Society. 

Kushner. Paula, Silver Spring, Md,, Elementary 
Education, PACE. 

LeBlanc. Robert, Bethesda, Md,, Electrical 
Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu. 

Lacey, Margaret, Silver Spring, Md., Music, 
SAI, Chamber Orchestra, Madrigal Singers, 
Collegium Musicum, The Kynge's Consort, 

Lagergren, Knstin, Wilmington, Del.. Art Edu- 
cation. Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

Lamprecht, Lisa, Baltimore, Md., Journalism, 
Diamondback, Dorm President, 

Lane, Robert, Glenridge, N.J., Adv Design, 
Basketball, 

Lapidus, Norman, Owings Mill, Md., Finance, 
Vice-President and President of Ellicott A . 

Laps, Sheldon, Bethesda, Md., Biochemistry, Phi 
Sigma Delta. 




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Larson, Kristin. Silver Spring, Md., Sociulo-^. 
Photographer lor Diamondback and Terrapin ^ 

Lasag,i. Manuel, Aiin.ipolis, Md . Economics, 
Vice President and President of ODE, L.ilin 
AmcrK.in Club. Human Relations Adjunci 
Comiiiiilee. 

I askev, lames, Baltimore, Md., Zoologv 

Lavine. Hilary, Adelphi, Md., RTVF. Delta 
Phi Lpsilon, WMUC Radio— Business Mana 
gcr, SGA — Treasurer. Karate, Go\crnor's 
^ CommissioifPrograni Board 

Liw, Thomas, Bethesda, Md . Economics. Phi 

> » Kappa Sigma, Varsity Basketball 

Lazar, 1 aurie. Wynnwocid. Pa , HESP 

chi kandiil. Silver .Spring, Md.. Personnel 
-aCl^ Labor Relations. Student Personnel 
Advisor — Food Service. Maryland Skydivers. 
ike. Michael. Cheverl\, Md., Finance, Delta 
Sigma Pi, SAM, AMA 

aman. Judi, Spencerville, Md., Dietetics, 
Kappa Alpha Theta. 

Leishcar, Kayc, Silver Spring, Md 

Leser, Michael, Hyattsvillc. Md 

Lerda, Dorothy. Upper Marlboro, Md., English, 
SGA, Commuter's Association, 

Leung, Janet. Has Hgts., N.J.. Dietetics, Sigma 
Kappa, Diamond 

Levin, Sherne. Baltimore, Md., Elementary 
Education. 

Levin, Susan, Norristown. Pa., Consumer Eco- 
nomics, Sigma Delta Tau, Omicron Nu, Mor- 
tar Board, University Theaier. 

Levine, Ann, Greenbelt, Md., Early Childhood 
Education. ACEI, MSTA. 

LeVine. Craig. Potomac, Md., Gvpt. 

Levine, Linda, Alexandria. Va.. Sociology, 
PACE, Help Center Volunteer. 

Levine, Vivian. Greenbelt, Md., Food Science. 

Levy, Helene. Baltimore, Md.. English, Folk- 
lore Club. 

Levy, Phyllis, Riverdale, Md. 

Levy, Sherri. Silver Spring, Md., Sociology. 

Levy, Theodore, Baltimore, Md., Accounting. 
Beta Alpha Psi, Phi Kappa Phi. 

Lewin, James. Hyattsville, Md., Accounting. 

Li. Christine. Freeland, Md., Art. 

Lieblein. Miriam, Rockville. Md., Physical 
Sciences. 

Lief karyn. Bethesda, Md., Elementary Educa- 
tion, Kappa Delta Pi, Freshman Advisor. 

Linthicum, David, Potomac. Md., Business 
Lambda Chi .Alpha, Gate & Key Society, 
SAM. Secretary Tor Lambda Chi Alpha. 

Linion. Laura, College Park, Md., Home 
Economics, Delta Delta Delta. 

Lisberger, Mark, Baltimore, Md., Zoology. 

Litt. Marcia, Sykesville, Md., Physical Educa- 
tion, Lacrosse Team. Basketball Intramural 
Official. 



^Littman, Paul, SiKcr Spring, Md.. Geography. 
Gamma Theta Lpsilon, Intramurals, Student 
Advisory Board. 

Lockard, James, Baltimore, Md., Lenf. 

I nckhart. Richard. Bladensburg, Md., Acro- 
sfijce Engineering. Vice Chairman — American 
Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics 

Locraft. Constance, Potomac, Md., Psychology. 

Lohmeier, Kenneth, Silver Spring, N4d., 
Business. 

Loop, Mark, Chevychase, Md., Accounting. 

Lorcheim, Walter, Elizabeth, N.J., Transporta- 
tion, Delta Nu Alpha President, Flying Club. 

Lord. Jay. Silver Spring, Md., Economics, Delta 
Sigma Pi 

Loring. Terri. Havertown, Pa., Journalism, 
Terrapin. 

Loughran. John, Yeadon, Pa., History, Floor 
Officer— Ellicott A. 

Love, Carolyn, College Park, Md.. Psychology. 

Lovell. Doreen, Lutherville, Md., Zoology. 

Lubinski. Christine, E. Brunswick, N.J., Englij 
English Honors. 

Lytle, George, Silver Spring, Md., Anthro 
ogy. Phi Kappa Phi. 

Mac Connell, James, Rockville, Md., Zoology. 

MacDonald. Barbara, Adelphi, Md., English. 

Madden, Kevin, Bethesda, Md., History and 
GVPT, Phi Alpha Theta, Rugby Club. 

Mabe, Palsy. Baltimore, Md., Human Ecology. 

Magee, Christopher, Bethesda, Md., Textile 
Marketing. 

Mallos. Diane, Silver Spring, Md., Studio Art. 
Terrapin Rioteers. 

Mantoni. Robert. Rockville, Md., Zoology. 
Delta Upsilon. 

Maples, Robert, Catonsville, Md.. GVPT. 

Marcus, Sharon. Rockville, Md., English. 
PACE, WMUC. 

Marsh, David. Hytts, Md.. Accounting, Sigma 
Chi. 

Marsh, Esther, Hyattsville, Md., Early Child- 
hood Education. .Alpha Chi Omega, Pom 
Poms. 

Mardirossian, Aris, Hyattsville, Md.. Mechan- 
ical Engineering. 

Marino, Denise, College Park, Md., HESP, 
Newman Center. 

Markman, Marsha, Silver Spring. Md., A&S. 

Markowitz, Debra, Silver Spring, Md., Art 
Studio. 

Marks, Ilene. College Park, Md., Drama, 
University Theatre (cast member) Treasure 
Island & The Twelve Dancing Princesses. 

Mark, Robert, Dover. Delaware. Double Major 
Personal & Gen. Business. SAM. 

Marusich, Bruce. Hyattsville, Md., Psych, 
Argus, University of Md. Skydivers, Mary- 
land Paramedical Cadre 1973-74. 

Masano, Jo .^nn, Clinton, Md., Spanish. 



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Ma.son, Kay, Gailhersburji. .\ 

Mast, Bill, Grcc^^'• "' ' 

Maszun, Dagmai 

Mathes, David. Si nci .-)piiin;. Mo . wcMcrai 

Mathes, Jo>ce. Greenbelt, Md.. Elementar\ 

Education 
Matthews, Katherine, Cheverly, Md., Studio 

Arts, Alpha Lambda Delta, Freshman & Jr. 

Womens Honory Diadem 
Maxey, Kathleen. Sevoe Colorado. P.E., Field 

HockcN Dorm President 3, Flo^r President 

2,3. 
May, Jamers, Balto., Md.. Bus Admii 
May, Robert, Hgts., Md.. RTVE, l^adio An- 
nouncer. 2 years, WMUC. '^ 
Mayer, Cynthia, Millbum, N.J., BiementHty 

Education, Alpha Epsilon Phi. ■, 

Maz/ei. .Anthony, Bowie, Md , English, Fresh 

& Senior Baseball, Intermural Basketball. 
^; Concerttomm 

Ma7ia. Burl la\. Chevy Chase, Md., Micro- 

biolojj) . 

c Auliffe, Catherine Taney, Wash . DC.,. 

Recreation. 
Mccabe. Stephen, Massapequa Park, N.V;, 

Econ.. Gale & Key Society, Turtle ii Rnsket- 

ball Games. 
Mc Carthy, Mary, Silver Spring. ^.;rl\ 

Childhood Education Assoc, for Childhood 

Education, Undergraduate Committee. 
McClanahan, John, Hyattsvillc, Md., Psych. 
McClung, Barbara, -Silver Spring, Md , History 
McClure, Bernita, Camp Spring. Md., Elem 
McCraney, Jane, Laurel, Md., Econ. Tau Beta 

Sigma. 
McEvoy. Jerard P., Timonium, Md., Finances, 

Phi Kappa Sigma. 
McEwen, Laura, Hagerslown. Md., Textiles & 

Apparel, .'XATT. 
McGuire, Patricia, Balto., Md., P.E.. Phi Alpha 

Epsilon. 
McKerrow, Daniel. Rockville. Md.. RTVr 

RATV Workshop 
McLucas, Steven, Hagerstown, Md., Ele. 

Intermural Basketball 3, Football 4. 
McMihen, Charles, .Mansfield, Pa., Chemistry, 

Omicron Delta Kappa, Basketball Co- 
Captain, Governor's Commission for Student 
'Affairs, Chairman (above). 
McNickle. Elizabeth, Rockville, Md., Textiles 

& Apparel. 
McNish, Russell, Chevy Chase, Md. Per 

Labor. 
Means. Robert Earl, Balto., Md., Zonlo?y 
Meleski, Christine, Rockville, ^ 

Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Lambda 

Zeta. 
Mendenhall, Mary. Rochester. N.Y.. Math — 

Secondary Education. 
Merrdd, James, Ballo.. Md.. RTVF. WMUC. 




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Messengek, Teddy. Hyattsville, Md., History. 

Metzbower, Gail, Towson, Md., Math. 

Meyers, Patricia, 0.\en Hill, Md., Costume 
Design. 

Michael, Sharon, Chestertown, Md., Experi- 
mental Foods. 

Midgette, Stephen, Lanhani, Md.. Finance. 

Mielke, Arthur, Hyalls, Md., Physical 
Education. 

Mikvlis, Burke, Bowie, Md., Recreation Tennis 
Instructor, Dramatics & Theatre Production, 
Recr. Center Director. 

Milazzo, Laura, Dist. Hts., Md., Sociology. 
Alpha Kappa Delta. 

Miles, David, College Park, Md., Biol. Sci 

Miller, Ellen, Glenside, Pa., GVPT. 

Miller, Stuart, Bayside, N.Y., History, Dia- 
mondback, Intramurals. Cheerleader, Student 
Union Board. 

Miller, Roberta, Chevy Chase, Md., RTVF, 
ENGL, UCA, Career in politics/law. 

Miller, Susan, Hagerstown, Md., Library 
Science. 

Miller, Susan, Hyattsville, Md., Math. 

Millhauser, Marguerite, Balto., Md., Secondary 
Education, Resident Assistant, University 
Symphony Orchestra. 

Mills, Earl, College Park, Md., Dairy Science, 
Alpha Gamma Rho, Intermural Athletics & 
Official, Collegiate 4-H, Agricultural Stu- 
dent Council, Dairy Cattle Judging Team. 

Milloy, Nancy, Bethesda, Md., English, WRA 
Swim Marathon, Tennis Intermurals, Dorm 
Bowling League. 

Mino, George, Silver Spring, Md., Transporta- 
tion, Phi Delta Theta, Tau Beta Pi, Chi Epsi- 
lon. Phi Eta Sigma, Open Golf Photography 
Club, American Society of Civil Engineers, 
University Commuters Association. 

Minovich, Christopher, Derwood, Md., Sociol- 
ogy- 
Mitchell, Pam, Silver Spring, Md., English. 

Modzel, Gary, Marketing, American Marketing 
Assoc. 

Mondor, Michele, Silver Spring, Md., Math. 

Mongello, Anthony, Suitland, Md., English. 

Monoskie, Forrest, Chevy Chase, Md., Econo- 
mics, Delta Sigma Pi (V P. Prof. Act) Society 
for the Advancement of Management, Boy 
Scouts of America, National Rifle Assoc- 
iation. 

Moody, Peter, College Park, Economics 
PACE. 

Moore, Denise, Silver Spring, Md.,^ Psychology, 
Gamma Sigma Sigma, Dr. L^^qii's Adult 
Clinic. ^^^^ 

Moore, Kim, Dist Hgts.. Md., EletmBlary 



Education 
Morey. Joseph, 
ECO. 



Hyattsville, 



Psychology, 



Morgan, Gregg, Phila., Pa., Math, University of 
Md., Judo Club, (co-instructor) Intermural 
Athletics. " **' 

Morice, William, Silver Spring, Md.. Electrical 
Engineering, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Institute of 
Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Terrapin 
Rioteets, Director of Electrical Engineering 
Underlraduate Association, Electrical Engi- 
neerii^ L'ndergraduate Student Council, 
Electrical Engineering Student Council. 

Moroney, William, Rockville, Md.. Psychology. 

Morton, Gail, Balto., Md., Economics, Delta 
Sigma Theta, Black Explosion- Photography, 
Minority Student Affairs Advisor, Peer 
Counselor, Resident Assistant, Fencing. 

Moses, Mary, Balto., Md. 

Moskowitz, Karen. N.Y., French Language & 
Literature, Delta Phi Epsilon, French Club. 

Moulton, Jacqueline. Balto., Md., Criminology, 
WRA Badminton, BSU, BRAC Hill Area 
Coordinator, Summer Orientation Sponsor. 

Moy. Eric, Hyattsville, Md., Architecture. 

Moy. Michael, Wheatio, Md , Finance 

Moyd, Gloria, Balto., Md., Criminology, Mem- 
ber of Black Student Union, Nymburu Com- 
munity, Stronghold Comm. 

Mueller, Linda, Ellicoit City. Md , Phys. 
Education. 

Mulkey, John, Greenbelt, Md , Finance. 

Mulligan, Jan, Wheaton, Md., Psychology, Psi 
Chi, Honors Program. 

Murray, Catherine, Oxon Hill, Md., English. 

Murray, George, Laurel, Md,, Bus/ Ad., Ameri- 
ca Civil Liberties Union in Common Clause 

Mroz, Richard, Belair, Md.. Microbiology. 
Sigma Pi, SAD — micb Honorary. ^ 

Nalevanko, Holly, Neptune, N.J., Sociology. 

Nathe, Carl, Pleasantville, N.Y., RTVE, Sigma 
Delta Chi, Assistant Sports Director, WMUC 
Radio, Television Work Shop. 

Neiditch, Steven. Dumont. Nl., History, De- 
partmental Honors in Historv 

Newcomb, Wilbur, ;. Church Creek, Md.. 
Agronomy. * 

Neureither, George. Bethgsda, Md.* Personal SSP 
Labor, Delta Sigma Pi, Prqfelssional Busi- 
ness Fraternity. ./ 

Newman, Jeffrey, Greenbelt, Md., IFSM. .||k'^? 

NG, Terry, Hopatcong, NJ., Sociology. ™ 

Nichnadarvich, Bruno, Riverdale, Md., Educa- 
tion for Industry, Society of Manufacturing 
Engineers. , ^ 

Niehaus, Margaret, Mt. ^S-ainicr, Md . F'.nglish. 
Tennis Team. n.^-, 

Nishino, Gwynne, Hyattsville-|;Md^, Phys. Educa- 
tion, Phi Alpha Epsilon. " '%^^': 

Neild, John, Cambridge, Md;, Agronomy, Alpha 
Gamma Rho. 

Noe. Janet, Hyattsville, Md., Music, Music 
Educators National Conference. Work with 



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mcnlallyretarded children in area of music. 

Nordhoff. Frederick, Balto., Md., Accounting, 
PI Kappa ,<\lpha. Lacrosse. 

Norton, Kenneth, Hyattsville, Md., Production 
Management, Soccer Team, Dorm V.P.. So- 
ciety for Advancement of Management.^ ~ 

Nowak, Nonica, Clinton, Md., Englijsh, Student 
Union Board. .^, 4, 

Nowell, Linda, College Park, Md., Human Ec 

Nyekan, Annette, Adelphi, Md.,' Political 
Science. i, 

O'Berry, Charles, Lanham, Md., IFSM. 

O'Connell, Kathryn, Rockville, Md., Speech 
Hearing. 

O'Day, Frank. Greensboro. Md.. MKTG. Inter- 
mural Basketball. 

Oehrli, Marilyn, Baldwin, Md., Marketing. 

OH. Rose. Potomac, Md., Art 

O'Hara, Virginia, Balto., Md., Early Childhood 
Education, Dorm Activities. 

O'Keefe, Sarah, Hyattsville, Md., Early Child 
hood Education 

Olsen, Donns, BellsMlle, Md.. Sociology. 

O'Neill, Michael, Silver Spring, Md., Arts & 
Sciences. 

Opalski, Joseph, Lanham, Md., Recitation, 
University of Maryland Recreation & Park 
Society, University of Maryland Olympic 
Barbell Club. -^'^ 

Orban, James, Rockville, Md., Ag. & Life 
Sciences. 

Osbourn, Mary, Chevy Chase, Md., Human 
Ecology —Textiles & Apparel. Alpha Phi. 
President PledgeClass. Assistant Treasure. 

Oshman, Anne, Ballo., Md., Biology, ,\ngel 
Flight, P. ACE. Children's Health & Devel- 
opmental Clinic. 

Ousborne, Douglas. Simpsonvillc, Md., Electri- 
cal Engineering, Omicron Delta Kappa, Tau 
Beta Phi, Eta Kappa Nu. 

Owens, Robin, Silver Spring. Finance, Veterans 
Club, Track' 

Pafr. Peter, Balto., Md , BPA. 

^Pagc. Foy A , Baltimore, Md., LIniversilv Glee 
"Club. 

Page, Karen, Towsen. Md., Housing. 

Palmer, Diana. ForresstviUe, Md.. French. 

Paltell, Allen^Jr., Baltimore, Md., English. 

Panico, Janis, Laurel, Md., Speech, Chairman of 
Student Committee for the Metropolitan 
Washington Speech Communications Associa- 
tion Career Conference. 

Panzer. Chester, Masapequa, N.Y., Radio Tele- 
vision-Film, Delta Nu Alpha. 

Pappano, Kathleen, Beltsville, Md., Elementary 
Education. j 

Paris, Jane, Poolsvill^, Md., Human Ecology. 

Paris. Thomas, Wheaton, Md., Government, 
Rugby Intramural Official. SGA. % ".^ 

Parker. Teresa, CatonsvilleiMd., Art. ^ 



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Parks, Deborah, Charlotte, N.C. 

Parroll, Christine, Baltimore, Md., Sociology 

Parscli, Donna, Silver Spring. Mii . Te 
Marketing. 

Paulhus, Kathy, Dcrwood, Md . HiolojiiCuI 
Sciences. 

Patterson, Denise, Baltimore, Md. S|ieech 
Communications, Black Student Uiim. Bl 
Caucus, University Theatre, P.A.O^ 

Paymer. Joan, Baltimore, Md 1 Iiukih 
Education, RATV Workshop, .Siudcni I niun 
Board, Denton Hall Boutique. ^^ 

Pcllanl, Susan, Adelphi, Md., English. *Ji 

Pender, Carrol Ann, District Heights, Ma^ 
Special Education, Cheerleader captain. 'A 

Penrose, Marilyn, Silver Spring, Md., Secondary 
Education. 

Perkins, Shiela. Baltimore, Md., Early Child- 
hood Education. 

Persick, Theresa, Hyattsville. Md., i-amily 
Studies, Collegiate Home Economics Organi- 
zation, Student Advisor to College of Human 
Ecology. 

Perweilcr, Bruce, College Park, Md.. Govern- 
ment and Politics. 

Perrick. William, Hyattsville, Md., General 
Business. 

Perron, Karen. Laurel, Md., English. 

Pessah, Jon, East Meadow, N.Y., Journalism, 
Phi Sigma Delta, Diamondback. 

Petonic, Mark, Colamr Manor, Md., Education. 

Petrillo, Madeleine, Washington, D.C., English, 
Veterans Club, Hillel. 

Petruccelli, Carol, Bloomfield, Conn., Sociology. 

Petty. Charyl, Lanham, Md., Alpha Kappa 
Alpha. BSU Commuter Representative, BSU 
Secretary. 

Pahl, Anne, Bethesda, Md., Economics, Sky- 
divers Club, FIving Club, Bowling Club, Trail 
Club. 

Perkowski, James, J.. Baltimore, Md., Civil 
Engineering. 

Phipps, Brianne, Bowie. Md.. Business Educa- 
tion, Diamondback Business Staff. 

Phoebus, Edward. Jr., Baltimore, Md., Geo- 
graphy, Geography Honorary. 

Pickwick, Linda, Wheaton, Md., Early Child- 
hood Education. Association for Childhood 
Education. 

Pinto, Deborah, Floral Park, N.Y., Art. 

Plue, Michelle, College Park. Md., Management 
and Consumer Studies. 

Plummer, David, Lutherville, Md.. Accounting. 

Pohlman, Donald, College Park, Md., Law 
Enforcement. 

Poklis, Barbara, Baltimore, Md. Anthropology. 
Hill Area Judicial Board Chief Justice, Dorm 
President. 

Polack, Richard, Culania. N.J., Zoology, Inlra- 
murals, Hillel, Pre-Dental Society. 





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Poland, Linda. Alexandria. Va., Music, Univer- 
sity S\ nipliony WJrchesira, Theatre and 

Chambci i )ichL'.fflr 
Pollara. Dclir.c. I mrigston, N.J.. History, Presi- 
dent Dcli.i (i.inima, Panhellenic Co-Rush 

Chairm.ui 
I'ontecorvn, Pninua, Allenhurst. N.J., .Art 

History 
P>">le, Rolicii, I jurcl, Md.. Criminology. 
Poole, Willuim. < enter Valley. Pa , Chemical 

I ninneerinu, Omega Chi Epsilon, Judo Club 
Pop.mc, Bnrisla ( ollege Park. Md. 
Porac. Rn.li.ird \tonroesville. Pa., Zoolpg 

Baskeib.ill. fclouf Dorm President. 
Porinoy, Paula, Margate, N.J.. Spar 

lingualwutor in Washington. D.C. stfhish 

communl^L 
Posner, Joyce; Baltimore, Md . Psycholq^, Help 

Center, 
Pottash. Mnrmr^aJlirnnri' Md.. S^ech and 

Drama - 

well. Robert. Baltimore. Md.^MPiomy 
Powers, Lynne, Oxon Hill, Md. 
Pranger. Dianne, A , Greenbelt, ftfl.. Art. 
Preller, Francis. Hyattsville,^^d.. General 

Business. Sigma Phi 
PrescotI, Nancy, Andrews 4^p. Md , General 

Studies ^^ 

Pressman, Jerfrey,^j^^rstown. Md., Psy- 

cholorv 
Preston. Elizabeth, White Hall, Md , Human 

Ecoliigy 
Price. Bobbie. Baltimore. Md., Drama, Black 

Stmicnt Union, DJ on WM,UC, Intramurals 
Price C raig, Riverdale, Md., Governr 

PolllKS. ^^^__^ . „ ' 

Price, Davidrsilver bpring.^d.. Biology Educa-, 
tier _-^< "~ ^ 

Price, Dwight, Wheaton, Md., Psychology. 
Hontirs Program. Phi Beta Kappa, Floor 
Presidcri;. PACE. 

Price. Edward, Lanham, Md 

Price, Vicki, Potomac, Md . History. Glee Club 

Prin, Michael. Silver Spring. Md., History. 

Prince, Andrew, Manhassett Hills, N.Y., Psy- 
chology, Fraternity President, Alpha Epsilon 
Pi, Fraternity Athletics. 

Prtiz, Lloyd, Margate, N.J. 

Pumphrey, Howard A., Silver Spring, Md., 
Community Studies. 

Quillen. Steven. Chevy Chase, Md., History. 

Raedy. Mary. Potomac. Md.. Psychology, Delta 
Delta Delta, Panhellenic, Cambridge Area 
Council, Diamond Honorary 

Ralph. Amanda. Susan. Pinckney, Mich., Micro- 
biology. 

Raphael. Hollis, Silver Spring, Md., Sigma Delta 
Chi. Pi Sigma Alpha, John Marshall Pre- 
Law Society, Assistant Managing Editor of 



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Pre-Vet 



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Diamondback, Chancellor^ 

Advisory Committee, Homec 

mittee. 
Rashbauri. Ellen, Baltimore, *' ' 

Design. 
Rauch, Robert, Easlon .Md . em 

Delta Tau Delta. 
Redman, Shelby, Alexandria, V; 

Delta Gamma. 
Reed, Jane. Rockvillc, Md., A&S 
Re(jan, Nancy, Balio., Md.. .Archite. 

lambda Delta (Freshmen Uumcn- 

Society), Phi Kappa Phi (Senior 

Society). 
Reges, Rick, Silver Sprinjj, Md , Criminolog 

Intermural Football (2). 
Rchert. Alvin, Balto., Md . Matl 

gialc Lacrosse, Intramural sport: 

B, Pres. Ellicott B, Prcsid^t ET 

■Council. 
ijeid, James S., Balto., Nf*. 

Conservation. 
Reilly. Douglas, Huntington, NY 

LaCrossc 
Reiser, Lori, Wheaton, Md., Elem. Education, 

Dance Workshop, Dancing. 
Rester, Candice, Col. Pk., Md., Recreation. 
Rexroad, Elizabeth, Dist. His., Md. 
Rhoades, Davie M.. Adelphi, Md., General 

Studies, Vets Club, Cliniciae, Adult's Health 

and Developmental Program. 
Rich, Bonnie, Gaithcrsburg, Md., Zoology. 
Rich, Gary, Greenbelt, Md., Electrical Engi- 
neering. 
Richardson, Delria, Lanham, Md , English 
Richter, Cathy, Baltimore, Md., General 

Business. 
Ridge, Karen, Beltsville. Md.. Special Ed , 

Kappa Delta. 
Rill, Dale, Upperco, Md., Elem. Ed., Alpha 

Chi Omega. 
Rind, Susan. Fairlawn, N.J., Hearing & Speech 

Science, Alpha Epsilon Phi. 
Rivera, Juan, Langlej Pk., Md., Gen. Bus 
Robb, John, Greenbelt. Md.. A&S 
Robinson, Dorothy, Bethesda. Md . Art History. 
Robinson. Wanda. Salisbury. Md . Music 
Rodriquez, loabelle, Trinidad. West Indies, 

Elem. Education. 
Rogers. Margie, Balto., Md.. Urban Sciences 
Rogers, Norman, Silver Spring, Md., Psy., Pre- 

Dent Society. 
Rohan, John. District Hgts . Md . IFSM. 
Rohr, Lorraine, Takoma Pk.. Md , tiemenlary 

Educ. 
Rokoff, Merle T . New Carrolllon, Md., Law 

Enf 
Rollins, Rhonda, Balto . WA.C Entomology, 

Alpha Gamma Delta, Collegiate 4H. Eques- 
trian Club. 



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Roman, Christopher. Oxon Hill, Md., Math, 
Phi Kappa Phi. 

Roonev i '"■■ 'silver Spring, Md., Elementary 
Ed. ' 

Rosen. .,,.>..,. ^jllcgc Park, Md., Special Ed,, 
Council for Exceptional Children, HELP, 
Delta Kappa Gamma. 

Rosenthal. Abraham, Baltc, Md., Arch. 

Rosenhlalt, Irene, Oceanside, N.J., Sp. Ed., 
C.E.C., Coordinator Sp. Ed. Volunteer Pro- 
gram, W,R A., Resident Assistant Haters 



*r* 



Rosenthal, Janis, Haddorfield, N.J,, Englistui 
Rosenthal, Mark, Fairlawn, N.J., Govt, & Pol- 
itics, Diamondback, Terrapin, Student Union 
Board. 
Roselti, Elaine, Silver Spring, Md., History, 

Pep Committee. 
Rossbach, Jr., Peter, Balto., Md., C ivil Engi- 
neering. 
Rossi, Carol, Somerville, N.J.. German, Alpha 

Lambda Delta, Phi Delta Alplia 
Rossen, Sandra, New Hyde Park, N >'., Ed. 
Rothschild, Donald, Kenmoro. N,Y., Econ., 
Floor Vice Chairman. Ski Club, Academic 
Advisory Committee to iheO' Senate. 
Royer. John, Rockville, Md., Agrieullure. 
Rubin, .^my. Wayside. N.J., Govt & Politics, 
Pi Sigma Alpha, Eta Beta Rho, John Marshal 
Pre-Law Honorary— V. P., Help, Le Cercle 
Francais. 
Rubin, Betty, Miami Beach, Fla., Special Ed., 
Diadem, Council of Exceptional Children, 
PACE. 
R ubin, L ee, Bala Cynwyd. Pa., Gov't. & Pol- 
'""■"iTtcST'Pi Sigma .Mpha, Gov't. & Politics 
Undergraduate Studies Committee. 
Rudman, Lynn, Balto., Md., Physical Ed., 
Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Alpha Epsilon, Sigma 
Tau Epsilon, Alpha Lambda Delta, Mortar 
Board, Diamondback, Lacrosse, Women's 
Recreation Association, College Assembly, 
Division V Council. 
Ruppert, John, Balto., Md . Electrical Engi- 
neering. VP Talbot Hall. Pres. Talbert Hall. 
Rush. James, Balto., Md., Transportation, Delta 

Nu Alpha. 
Russell, Anne, Chevy Chase, Md., English, News 

Department WMOC. 
Russell, George, Willow Grove, Pa.. Botany, 
Alpha Gamma Rho. ECO, Rugh>. Intra- 
murals, U. of Md. Rep. to Tri-State Ecolo 
Seminar. 
Sadler, John, Bowie, Md., Ps.\c , Senior Basi 

ball. Concert Committee. 
Saadi, Joyce, Greenbell, Md., Black Studies 
P.\Cl-. UCA, Student Mobilization Com- 
mittee 
Sakai, Ellen, Greenbelt, Md., Music. 
Salcedo, Larry, Beltsville, Md., Ed. for Industry, 




Sigma Chi. 

Sale, Mariam, Rasadena, Md., Nursing. 

Saltzgiver, Stephen, Balto., Md., Music, Kappa 
.Kappa Psi, VP Univ. Md. Bands, Basketball, 
Pep Band, Symphony Band, Concert Band, 
Varsity Band. 

Salwin, Barbara, Silver Spring, Md., Early 
Childhood, Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Kappa 
De lta, As sodat ion of Childhood Ed. Pres. 

Sambor, Mictiael. College Park, Md., Math. 

Samuels. Michele, Glen Burnie, Md., Elemen- 
tary Ed, Ski Club. 

Sands. Stuart, Towson, Md., Psych. 

Sapperstein, Fran, Balto , Md., Special Ed. 

Sater, Douglas, Millersville. Md., Math. 

Savage, Jr., Rudolph, Potomac, Md., Psych. 
Intramurals, AA Constuutional Committee. 

Savary, Joan, Rockville, Md , Early Childhood. 

Sawyer. Edward 1 , ,lr , Silver Spring, Md., 
Music, Chapel Choir. 

Sawyer, Shirley, Bethesda, Md., Elem, Ed. 

Saxe, Charles, Ellicott City, Md„ Electrical 
Eng., Eta Kappa Nu, Co-Operative Eng. 

Schachner, Steven, N, Massapequa, N.Y., Zool- 
ogy, Phi Sigma Delta, Intramurals. 

Schaeffer, Richard, Henlett, N.Y., Accounting, 
Tau Epsilon Phi, Legislator — School of Busi- 
ness, Intramurals. 

Sehamis, Jeffre, East Meadow, N.Y,, Psych., 
Phi Sigma Delta 

Schettino, Dorothy, Silver Spring, Md,, Science 
Ed. PACE, Aqualiners, Ski Club. 

Schettewi, Evelyn, Bethesda, Nid., Housing & 
Applied Design. 

Schlachter, Robert, Riverdale, Md., Russian, 
VP Russian Club. 

Schlickenmaier, Herbert, Seabrook, Md., Aero- 
space Engr., American Institute of Aero- 
nautics & Astronautics, Inst, of Electr. & 
Electronic Engineers. 

Schraf, Cynthia. Takoma Pk., Md., Dance, 
Advisory Committee to Dance Dept. Chair- 
man, Maryland Dance Theatre. 

Schulman, Bruce, Greenbelt, Md., History. 

Schoenhaut, Carrie, Silver Spring, Md., 
Speech— RTVF. 

Schran, Christine, Silver Spring, Md., Bio- 
chemistry. 

Schultz, jean. Silver Spring, Md., Elementary 
Ed., Chorale. 

Schwalb, Helaine, Millburn, N.J., Sp. Ed., Alpha 
Epsilon Phi. Diamond Sorority Honorary. 

Schwartz, Mary Beth, Chesapeake Beach, Md., 
Russian, National Slavic Honor Society, Coed 
Honors Unit, Russian Club, Equestrian Club. 

Schwartz, Owen, Hyatts., Md., Joum. 

wartzman, Barbara, Balto., Md„ FMCD, 
Alpha Epsilon Phi. 
weipel, Paul, Pikesville, Md., Fire Protection 
;ng. 



Scolti. Michael, Florham Park, N.J., Psyc, 
Intramurals. 

Secula, Martin, Adelphi, Md., Recr., NRPA 
Congress, Soc. Committee. 

Segraves, Mark A., Daylestown, Pa., Zoology. 

Seiden, Richard, Bait., Md., Gov. & Politics, 
Phi Kappa Phi, Pi Sigma Alpha. 

Seidman, Charies, Balto., Md., Zoology. 

Selgrade, Paula, Hyattsville, Md., Socy. 

Semler, Lorrie. Passaic, N.J., P.E. 

Sengstack, Deborah, Silver Spring, Md., Ele- 
mentary Education. 

Serber, Howard, Gaithersburg, Md., Zoology. 
Intramurals, College Assembly Member. 

Shaffer, Gary, Adelphi, Md., Architecture. 

Shaller, Bernice, Silver Spring, Md., Speech c& 
Hearing. 

Shanklin, Patrick, Baltimore, Md., Orn. Horti- 
culture, Pi Alpha Zi, Pi Sigma. 

Shapiro, Lynne, Silver- Spring, Md., Studio Art, 
President First Floor Hagerstown Hall, Elli- 
cott Area Council Secretary, Ellicott Area 
Council Cultural Chairman, WMUC, Hagers- 
town Hall Council. 

Shaw, Doris, Stewartstown, Pa., American 
Studies, Denton Area Judicial Board, PACE, 
Terrapin Ski Club, Consumer Advisory 
Board. 

Shaw, Kenneth, Clinton, Md , LENF, Ba.se- 
ball. 

Shear, Charles, Baltimore, Md., Zoology. 

Shedler, Janet, Baldwin, N.Y.. Special Educa- 
tion. Delta Phi Epsilon, Diadem, Mortar- 
board, Diamond, PACE, Treasurer Delta Phi 
Epsilon Sorority, Rush Counselor. 

Shef, Ian. Potomac, Md., I leetrieal I ngineering, 

Sheffler. Kathie, Haverlown, Pa., Sociology, 
PACE. 

Sher. Joel, Baltimore, Md., Psychology, Floor 
President— Ellicott A. 

Sherman, Martha, Bethesda, Md., English 
Education. 

Sherry, Gail, Brooklyn, NY.. Psychology, Psi 
Chi, PACE. 

Shiller, Lynn, Baltimore. Md., Microbiology, 
Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Sigma Society, Sigma 
Alpha Omicron. 

Shilling, Charies, Riviera Beach, Md„ Physical 
Education, Delta Tau Delta, Lacrosse, Weight 
Lifting Champion 181 #, Wrestling Champion 
190#, Dorm Senior Advisor, Dorm Athletic 
Chairman, Dorm Social Chairman. 

Shin, Joohg, College Park, Md., IFSM, 

Shores, Nancy, Bryans Road, Md., Math. 

Shuken, Leshe, Silver Spring, Md., HESP. 

Shukis. Karen, Aberdeen, Md.. Speech & 
Hearing. 

Shugarman, Mark, Baltimore, Md., RTVF, 
WMUC, TV Workshop. 

Shulman, Alan, Potomac, Md., History. 




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ShutolT, Harry, Pikesvillc, Md.. English, Social 
Chairman liaston Rorni, Bowling Team. 

Silbcrman, Patti, C ranford, N.J., English. 

Silver, Mark, Wilmington. Del 

Silverman. James, Lawrence, Mass., RTVl", 
Newscaster, reporter, editor for WMUC". 

Simms, Jeffrey, Silver Spring, Md.. General 
Business. 

Simon. Ann. Timonium. Md. Journalism, Alpha 
Phi, Diamond. Mortar Board. PRSSA, Uni- 
vcrsitN Polics Board. Icnnis Inlrarnurals, 

Sindall, Mary, Silver Spring, Md., Klemcntary 
Education, WRA. 

Singer, Terri. Adelphi, Md., English Education. 

Singer. Toni. Plainview, N.Y., Special Educa- 
tion. PACE. 

Sisler. Barbara. Beltsville. Md.. Home Econo- 
mics. 

Slavin Mary-Kay, Gloucester Pi.. Va.. Second- 
ary Education, Alpha Xi Delta. Gymkana. 

Slutzky. Debby, Trenton. N.J., Recreation, 
UMRPS 

Smead. Katherinc, Salisbury. Md.. Marketing, 
President of Alpha Phi Sorority, Diamond, 
Ski Club. 

Smiley. Stephen. Clifton, N.J.. Zoology. Pre- 
dental Society. Ski Club. 

Smith. Deborah. Laurel. Md., German. Alpha 
Omicron Pi. 

Smith. Janet. Upper Marlboro, Md., Secre- 
tarial Educ. 

Smith, Laurel, Severna Park, Md., Geology, 
ALD. Ski Club. 

Smith, Mary, Hyattsville, Md. 

Smook, Dayle, Wantagh. N.Y , A & S. 

Snyder. Kathryn, Riverdale. Md.. Elementary 
Education, Phi Theta Kappa. 

Snyder. Mark, Rockville. Md., American 
Studies. 

Snyder, Maxine, Annapolis. Md., Elementary 
Education. 

Snyder, Susan. Baltimore. Md., Secondary .Art 
Education. Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta 
Pi, Student Government Association Legis- 
lator. Help Center. PACE. 

Sobus, Angela. Baltimore, Md., A & S. 

Sobus. Martha. Hillsdale, N.J.. Psychology, 
Drama Productions, Childrens Physical Devel- 
opment Clinic. 

Sole, Cheryl, Berkshire. Md.. Speech & Hearing. 

Solyst. James. Rockville, Md., Urban Studies, 
Football, Basketball, Softball. Athletic Direc- 
tor. SGA Representative 

Soohoo, George, Wheaton. Md., G & P, Chinese 
Student .Association Vice-President, Inter- 
Group Council. 

Sowa, Gwendolyn, Bowie, Md . Biology Educa- 
tion. Delta Delta Delta. 

Spalt. Dougkis, Baltimore. Md . b.E . l.ia Kappa 
Nu- 



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Spanglcr, Anne, New Cumberland. Pa., Studio 

Art. 
Spanglcr. Sharon. Towson. Md., Dress Design, 

Kappa Delta. 
Spears, Sheila, Hyattsville. Md.. Recreation, 

Denton Hall RA, Student Employment Com- 
mittee. Student Life Commission. 
Spence, Margaret. Wheaton. Md. G & P. 
Spencer, Hanna, Landover, Md.. Elementary 

Education. 
Spicer. 1 mda. Lanham, Md,, Education. 
Spiegel, Robert, Owings Mills, Md., Zoology, 

B'NAl B'RITH Hillel Vice-President. 
Spielberg, Gein, Silver Spring, Md., Special 

Education. 
Spielman, Deborah, Rockville, Md., FMCD, 

House President of Gamma Phi Beta. 
Spotila, Lois, Silver Spring. Md.. Elementary 

Education. 
Steele. Deborah, Scabrook, Md., Marketing. 

American Marketing Association. Public 

Relations Student Society of America. 
Stein. Joy. Bowie. Md., Art. 
Stein. Maurice, Silver Spring, Md.. Physics, 

Phi Kappa Phi. 
Steinitz. Kathleen, Baltimore, Md., Psychology. 
Stelzner, Diane, Salisbury. Md., A & S. 
Stenger. William, O.xen Hill, Md., Arts, March- 
ing Band. 
Stevens, Lucy, Sterlmg Park. Va., Anthropology. 
Stiles. Cathy. Boonsboro, Md., Bio-Science, 

Alpha Chi Omega, Diamond, Student Senate, 

Collegiate 4-H. Panhellinic. 
Stowell. Pauline, Bethesda. Md., English, Kappa 

Delta. 
Strand. Marlin, Bethesda. Md., Sociology, 

Alpha Phi Omega, Symphony Band. Dorm 

Treasurer. 

Strang, Barbara. Kensington, Md., Early Child- 
hood Education, Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa 
Delta Pi. Glee Club, 

Stullcr, Richard, Westminster, Md., Marketing, 
Alpha Gamma Rho. Kalcgathos, Gale& Key. 
Interfraternity Council, Intramurals, Turkey 
Trot Champion 

Suchman, Arknc, Owmgs Mills, Md., Speech & 
Drama, K.ippa Delta Pi, Alpha Lambda Delta, 
Summer News, Spotlight. Debate Team, 
Forensic Union, Readers Theater. 

Sullivan, MichacL Hanover, Pa., Marketing. 

Sullivan, Alice. B^hesda, Md., Early Childhood 
Education. 

Suanion, Suzan, Upper Marlboro, Md., Crimi- 
nology. Basketball, Dorm Floor President. 

Sylvestri, Candy, Yonkers, NY., Marketing. 
American Marketing Association. Phi Chi 
Theta, Ski Club, WR A '"^ ^■' 

Szoka, Man,'. Rocl^nile. Md.. Anthropology, 
Glee Club. Apathy Coffee House. 




Szwcc. Marianne. Silver Spring, Md., Art, Delta 
Gamma, Equestrian Club. 

Tai, Johanna. Potomac. Md.. Library Science. 

Talone. Johanne. Silver Spring, Md., A. & S. 

Tana, Patricia, Hyattsville, Md., Psychology, 
Phi Kappa Phi. 

Tanney, Catherine. Bethesda. Md., English, 
Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa fJelta Pi, PACE. 

Tarbutton, Deborah, Silver Spring, Md.. Home 
Economics. 

lay. Victor, Rockville, Md., A. & S. 

Taylor, Susan, Rockville, Md., Community 
Studies. 

Tenenblall, Jane, Fairlawn, N.J., French. Help 
Center. 

Tepper, Dorothy, Silver Spring, Md., Earth 
Science, Phi Kappa Phi, Kappa Delta Pi, 
Terrapin Trail Club. 

TerwiUeger, Lee. Branchville. N.J.. Phys. Ed. 

Theodore, Alwood, Baltimore. Md.. Chemical 
Engineering. 

Thiel. Wayne. Gaithersburg. Md . History. 
Lacrosse. 

Thomas. Ann. Gaithersburg, Md.. Water 
Conservation. 

Thomas. Dennis. ( anjiovcr, Md.. Accounting. 

Thomas, Veeda, Sifver Spring. Md., Special 
Education. 

Thompson, Deborah. Chcvs Chase. Md.. Fi- 
nance. Equestrian Club. 

Thompson, Janet, General Business, Newman 
Club. 

Thompjion, Juliia, Lanham, Md , Secretarial 
Lducation. 

Thompson, Linda, Bethesda, Md., Textile Mar- 
keting, Pi Beta Phi. 

Thi'inpson, William, Potomac, Md., History. 

Thompson, William. Boyds, Md., Library Sci- 
ence, Snciolog) Club. Senate Adjunct Com- 
mittee for Library and Inlbrmation ,Scr\'ices. 

Tiano, Robert. Bel Air. Md . Zoology, Intra- 
murils. Senator iiml Social Chairman for 
Queen \niie. 

TimiiiN, .letliey. Orange, NI. Hisior;.. Phi 
Sienia Delta. 

Todd, Mark, Queen Anne. Md , liJucation, 
Gate and Key Club. S.Mt. 

Tokar, Patricia. Garfield, N.J., BPA. 
Toompas, Anne, Rockeille. Md.. Special Liiuca- 

tion, Alph;i Delta Pi. 
Troeber, Christine. Garwood, N.J. , Sociology. 
Tracy, Peier. fjirlawn, N.J., History. Veterans 

Club 
Troslle, loanne. fj'e^i .\r:>i Md , Music. 

Chorale 
Tsao. iohn. Bowie. ^meer- 

ing, Asnie 
Tucker, Linda, Vineland. N J , .Speech and 
- Hearing. Alpha Epsilon Phi 



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Tullner, William. Sea Isle City, N.J.. Zoology. 
Delta Tau Delta Treasurer. 

Tur, Linda, Clifton. ■ N.J.. Spanish, Alpha 
Omicron Pi. Sigma Delta Pi, Alpha Lambda 
Delta. Diadem, Mortar Board, Angel Flight, 
Bridal Fair. 

Turner, Alyce, Chevy Chase. Md., Educalion. 

Twjgg, Mark. Westminster. Md.. Physics 

Usher, James. Huntington, N.Y..GVPT. 

Valencia, Jaime, Kensington. .Md.. Chemical 
Engineering, ODK, AICHL, Vice President of 
Cambridge Hall. 

VanGlarik, Susan. Baltimore. Md.. .Math. 

Vaughan. Vicki, Temple Hills, Md.. Zoology. 
Phi Sigma. Pre-Medical Society. 

Venable. Roseniar\. Laurel, Md.. Edueauon, 
Kappa Delta Pi, 

Waicker. Claire. Baltimore. Md.. Elementary 
Education. 

Wakefield, Kristen, Rockville, Md., P.sychology, 
R A., Probation Officer Interim. 

Waldman. Elaine. Silver Spring. Md.. Speech & 
Drama. Reader's Theater. 

Walker, Barbara. Gailhersburg. Md., .Art. 

Walczak. David, Silver .Spring, Md., Personnel 
& Industrial Relations, Phi Sigma Delta, 
Student Advisory Board lo the Counseling 
Center. 

Walker, Deborah. District Heights, Md., Educa- 
tion, Dorm Officer, Pace. 

Walker, Dorothy, Bethesda, Md. 

Walker, Richard \ . Greenbelt, Md . Geo- 
graphy, Gamma Theta Upsilon. President 
and Treasurer, Freshman Football, Varsity 
Football, .Academic Council. 

Wallace. Richard J.. Hyatlsville, Md. 

Walters. Byron. Greenbelt. Md.. Business- 
Transportation. Delta Nil .Alpha. Delta Sicma 
Pi. 

Wartella. Cathy, Silver Spring, Md., Biology. 

Wiirye. Patricia D.. Silver Spring. Md., Educa- 
tion. 

Waters. Robert, Columbia. Md.. Lenl 

Washabaugh, Diane, College Park, Md,, Radio, 
TV and Film. 

Washington. Judith, Baltimore, .Md., Speech 
Communication 

Wasilewski, Robert, Lanham, Md. 

Wasserman, Michael. Leonia, N.J.. Zoology, 
Phi Sigma, Unit President, Chief Justice 
Ellicolt Area Judicial Board, Member Chief 
Justices Council. 

Wantuch, Karen, Beltsville. Md. 

Wascavage, Mark R.. Silver Spring. Md.. Spe- 
cial Education. 

Wassom. Louise, Adelphi, Md., Sociology. 

Wasylczuk, Katheryn, Chesapeake City, Md., 

Zoology. 
Walkins, Nancy, (iermantown. Md., Biology, 



Watt, Morag. Hillcrest Heights, Md., Crimi- 
nology. 

Weaver, Richard, Finksburg, Md.. Agriculture. 

Weaver. Frederick W., Gailhersburg, Md., 
Industrial Education. Sigma Chi. Freshman 
and Varsity Football. Intramurals. 

Webb. Gracie. Baltimore. Md., English, Mem- 
ber of Black Student Union and English Club. 

Wedding. Mary, O\on Hill, Md., Phys Ed.. 
Women's Volleyball and Lacrosse. 

Wells, Richard, Silver Spring, Md. 

Weber, Timothy J., Bowie, Md., Criminal 

Justice. ,.,ii»t|f: 

Weinberger, Jeff, Potomac, Md., GeograpnyT 
Gamma Theta Epsilon. 

Weinblatt. Stuart, Baltimore, Md., History, Phi 
Alpha Theta, SGA Director of State Affairs, 
Chairman College Park Senate Committee on 
Student Conduct, Senator of College Park 
Senate. Co-Chairman Jewish Studies, Member 
of Governor's Commission. 

Weinstein, Dale, Gailhersburg, Md.. Math, Pi 
Mu Epsilon, Kappa Delta Pi. 

Weitz, Rita Pando, Gaithersburg, Md., English, 
Honors Program. 

Whalen. Mary. Rockville, Md., Criminology. 

Wheeler, Sharon, Langley Park, Md., Drama. 

White, James E. Jr., Kensington. Md., Con- 
servation. 

White, Lynda, Mt. Lake Park, Md., Horti- 
culture, Univ. Sports Car Club. 

White, Jr. Theodore John, Silver Spring, Md., 
Law Enforcement. 

Whitney. Daniel, Teaneck, N.J., Psch.. Tep., 
Student Traffic Board. 

Wickham, DeWayne, Baltimore, Md., Journal- 
ism. Sigma Delta Chi. Diamondback — State 
Editor. 

Wiegmann, Paul, Marlboro, Md., Studio Art. 

Wigglesworth, Judith, Chevy Chase, Md., 
Special Education, Council for E.xceptional 
Children, Association for Childhood Educa- 
tion. 

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

Willey, Robert. California, Md. 

Williams, Darlene, Potomac, Md., Elementary 
Education. 

Williams, Jr Eli, Silver Spring, Md., BPA, 
IFSM 

Williams, Fannie, Washington, D.C., Speech and 
Hearing. 

Williams, James, Baltimore, Md.. Vocational 
Rehabilitation Counseling, Black Explosion 
Awakening Program. 

Wilson. Cathy, Rockville, Md. 

Wilson, Howard, Baltimore, Md.. Civil Engi- 
neering. Chi Epsilon. Tau Beta Pi, A S.C.E. 



Recrea- 



ure. 
Human 

. tngi- 



Wmn, Patricia, Bowie, Md.. Special Education. 
Kappa Delta Pi, P.A.C.E., Council for Ex- 
ceptional Children. 

Witte. Lida-Marlaine. Odenlim. Md 
lion. 

Wockenfuss, Lynn, .Adelphi, Md. 

Wolf, Barbara, Takoma Park. Md., Flo 

Wolfe. Nancy, Brandywine, Md., 
Ecology — Community Studies. 

Wong, Joe-Ting. College Park, Md 
neering. 

Woodcock. Jane. Rockville, Md., If^me Eco- 
nomics Education. Aqualiners, Skydivers. 

Wright. Joan. Wheaton, Md., Conservation and 
Resource Development, Alph.i 7eta. 

Wylie, Bonnie, Trenton. N I Sociolosv, 
PACE. 

Wylie. Robert. New Carr'ilton. Md., tiovern- 
ment and Politics. Rugb\ w^ 

Wyne, Susan, Human Ecology^, 

Wynne, Susan, Chevy Chase', Md.. Interior 
Design, American Interior DesijMK. 

Wysong, Cheryl, Beltsville, Md.^Kecial Edu- 
cation, Student Council for^pxeeptional 
Children. 

Wyvill, Lynn, Oxon Hill, Md., Radio T.V. and 
Film. 

Villa, Richard, Tantallon, Md., G VPT 

Yee, Londa, Baltimore, Md., Health Education, 
Pi Alpha Epsitdn, Japan Cluh, International 
Club, P. A.C.E.. Terrapin. 

Yon, Elena, Washington, DC, General Studies. 

Young, IV, J. Alan, Hagerslown, Md,, Con- 
servation Natural Resources 

Young, Carol; Severna P.irk, Md., Business 
Education. «^ 

Young, Clifford, College ParHmld.. English. 

Young, Mary, Silver Spring!' Md., Dramatic 
Art, University Theatre. 

Zaal, Wanda, Rockville, Md., HcaIth..£ducation. 

Zablou. Mark. West Orange, N.J.. American 
Sludies,TEP. 

Zelubouski. Joan. Timonium. Md Special 
Education, Kappa Delta. ^, 

Zeniak, Kathryn, Hackettstown, N.J., ftmen- 
tary Education. Social Chairman HAC. ^ 

Ziegler, Philip, Laurel, Md., EDUC Library 
Science. 

Zilber, Judith, igaltimore. Md., Ejfementary 
Education ' ^^|ii ijiSitc f 

Zimmerman, Ldwara, Baltimore, Md., Zoology. 

Zimmerman. Glenn, Annapolis, Md., Bio- 
chemistry, Maryland Christian Fellowship. 

Zimmerman, John. Severna Park, Md.. Botany. 
Phi Delta Theta. 

Zorn, Diana, Clarksbitg, Md., Microbiology. 







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Abell, D. 

Abramowicz, N. 
Ackerman, C. 
Albert, L. 
Alexander, J. 




Alfonso, M. 



Allen, C. 



Allen, P. 
Ambler, C. 
Anderson, L. 



Allen, J. 



Aitersite, L. 
Anderson, C. 
Andrews, D. 



Allen, J. 




Alvino, R. 
Anderson, C. 
Angela, S. 



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Anis, S. 



Akner, A. 




Arrington, N. 
Ashley, M. 
Athos, A. 



Ansbro, C. 





Atlas, S. 
Atwood, T. 
Auger, M. 



August, R. 
Auguste, D. 
Auld,C. 



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Armacost. W. 
Aussiker. D. 
Auramik, J. 

Azhdam, J. 
Balm, R. 




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Balin, E. 
Balmer, R. 



Barken, E. 
Barksdale, W 




Banjard, J 
Bara, L. 
Barcus, A. 





Beardsley. T. 



Bebbs, E. 



Becker, E. 



Bell. B. 



Benauent. W. 







Bergholt. L. 


Bernheim, H. 


Berry, R. 


Bialek.J. 


Biancaniello, J 


Bickley, E. 


Bigman, D. 


Billet. A. 


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Benedict, L. 
Berran, E. 
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181 






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Binder, S. 
Birns, E. 
Blair, L. 




Blank, G. 



Blocknia, R. 



Bloom, S. 



Blumenthal, K. 




Bober, G. 


Bodurgil, E. 


Bohner, C 


Bohrer, S. 


Bonfils, T. 


Bonsali, L 


Book, M. 


Boos, K. 


Booye, S. 



182 




Bowers, D. 



Bradley, B. 



Brady, P. 



Bram, S. 




Brewington, D. 
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Braverman, G. 



Braunfeld, J. 



Briddell. A. 
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Bridges, J. 
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Brien, C. 
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Breslin, B. 
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183 




Brooks, J. 
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Brooks, S. 
Broitnhorst, K. 
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Brown, G. 




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Brown, M. 



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Burns, D. 



Buff, J. 
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Caldwell, D. 


Callahan, E. 


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183 




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Carter, M. 
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Cavalier, D. 
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Chayt, J. 
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Cheslosky, E. 
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Chao, M. 
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Christie, D. 
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186 




Clagett, L. 
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Clark Jr.. G. 



Cleary, K. 



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Coffman, L. 


Colihan, K. 


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Collector. S 


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Como. N. 



187 





Corane, J. 



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Corless, J. 




Connel, K. 
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Cook, S. 
Cooper, A. 
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Corrinne, J 


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Corun, R. 


Cosner, J. 


Cott, M. 


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Coury, E. 


Covello, M 


Craighead, H 



188 




Cramen. L. 



Crawford, J. 





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Crockett, D. 
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Crawford, M. 





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Crockett, C. 
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Crowe, K.. 
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Dall'Acqua, N. 


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David. S. 


D'Ambrogi, K. 


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Davis, C. 



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190 




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Dent, M. 


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Dexter, S. 



Debois, J. 
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191 




Didwall, E. 
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Dickerson, D. 
Dieterich, V. 
Diggs, E. 



Dimichele, L. 



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192 




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193 





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Eason, D. 








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Engebretsen, R 


Edelen, F. 


Eden.T. 


Ent, C. 


Eslinger, J. 


Eslinger, R. 


Eiseman, A. 


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194 




Esposito, J. 
Farr, R. 
Fassberg, L. 
Fawcett, F. 
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Fegan. J. 


Fehlmann, L. 


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Ferguson, L. 


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Feustle, M. 


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Gaffney, S 



196 




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197 



Gaiter, J. 
Garber, G. 



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198 




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Gittleman, E. 


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199 




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Gottfried, J. 

Gould, A. 



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Gould, M. 
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Graham, A. 
Gray, E. 



200 



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Greenberg, B. 



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Grosskurlh. 


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Gudelsky, A. 


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Hagen, M. 


Hall, J. 



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201 




Hall.M. 
Hamburg, C. 
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Hankey, R. 
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Harans, J. 



Hargus, S. 




Harmen, T. 
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Harris, M. 



Harrison, M. 
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Harvey, G. 



202 





HctTerman, S. 



Hemelem, J. 



Hempling, S. 



Harvey, M. 
Hausmen, W. 









Henderson. R. 


Herrman, M. 


Hienz, R. 


Hawes, P. 


Henry. J. 


Hickle,G. 


Higgins, P 


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Hicks, J. 


Hill, A. 



203 



Hill.W. 
Hirschhorn, C. 











Hirshenson, S 
HobbsJ. 
Hoffman, C. 




Hoffman, L. 



Hoffman, P. 



Holden, L. 




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Hoskins, S. 


Holley, D. 


Holwager, K. 


Hossick, L. 


Holmes, P. 


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204 




Hughes, T. 
Huriaux, S 
Hurley, E. 



Hyman, B. 
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Jackson, A 



Illions, S. 
Inscoe, O. 
Jacobs, Jr., J. 





Jacobs, S. 
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Jannarone, C. 



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206 




Jones, N. 



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Jordan, A. 



Joselson, P. 





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Kaese, R. 
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207 





Kelley, K. 
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Kempt, L. 
Kenny, G. 




Karpovich, C 


Katz, D. 


Kelly, C. 


Kemp, F. 


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Katcef, W. 


Katz, E. 


Kelley, K 


Kemp, M. 


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Kay,C. 








Katz, B. 


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208 




Kleiman. A. 
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Klein. E. 
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Klein, H. 
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209 



Knofne, P. 
Knowles, D. 



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Knowles, R. 
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210 



Koo, B. 
Koob,J. 
Konel, I. 




Kovaly, R. 
Kramer, M. 



Kress, W. 



Krochina, P. 



Kozosky, J. 
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Krysaniwsky, S. 






Kupfernian, B. 



Lacey, M. 



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Lamprecht, L. 



Lane, R. 






Lapidus, N. 


Laps, S. 


Larson, K. 


Lasaga, M. 


Laskey, J. 


Lavine, H. 


Law, T. 


Lazar, L. 


Leake, M. 



Kurdylia, J. 
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211 






Leame, J. 
Leach, R. 
Leishear, K. 
Lerda, D. 




Levin, S. 



Levin, S. 



Leung, J. 



Leser, M. 




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Levins, D. 
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212 




Lcvvin, J 



Li,C. 



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213 




Loughan, J. 
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Madden, K. 



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214 





Marusich. B. 



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Mayer, C 



215 




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216 




McNickle, E 
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Michael, S. 
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Morgan, G. 








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Neiditch, S. 
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220 




Opalski, J. 
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Owens, R. 


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Pahl,A. 


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Palmer, D 





Pauletti, D. 
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Pender, C. 
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222 



Persick, T. 
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Pinto, D. 
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Poole, R. 
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Powell, R. 




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Preller,Jr.,F, 
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224 




Price, D. 



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Prine, M. 




Ralph, A. 
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Rehert, A. 
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Rich, B. 



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Robinson, D. 



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Robinson, W. 
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227 







Rossin, S. 
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Rudman, D. 




Ruppet, J. 


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228 




Saltzgiver, S. 



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Saxe, C. 
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Schiraf, C. 
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Serben, H. 



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Shaeffer, R. 



Shaffer, G. 



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Shaw, K. 


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231 




Shin, J. 


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Shilling, C. 


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Shores, N. 


Shuiman, A. 


Shutoff, H. 


Shurgarman, M 



Simon, A. 
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Spangler, S. 
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Spencer, H. 
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234 



Spoeila, L. 
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Stenger, W. 



Stein, J. 
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Stein, M. 
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Stowell, P. 




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Terwilleger, L. 



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Thomas, A. 



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Taylor, J. 
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Tepper, D. 
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Thomas, J. 


Thompson, D. 


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Tucker, L. 
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Turner, A. 
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237 




Vaughan, V. 
Waicker, C. 
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Walker, D 



Warye, P. 



Washington, J. 



238 





Wate, M. 



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Weber, T. 
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Whalen, M. 


Whitney, D. 


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Wickham, D. 


White, L. 


Wiegmann, P 




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Wigglesworth, J. 
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240 




Williams, D, 
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Young, C. 
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Zaal,W. 


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Ziemmerman, J. Zimmerman, E. Zimmerman, G. 



Zorn, D. 



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WHEN IT'S ALL OVER 




THE TIME FOR LEAVING IS SAD. 



243 




Maryland got hot, UCLA got cold, and, 
behind by one, the Terps fouled freshman 
Richard Washington with 20 seconds to 
go. He missed the shot, McMillen grabbed 
the rebound, and the Terps called time. 

But it all came to naugh as John Lucas 
had the ball slapped from him by Dave 
Meye and the Uclans' Tommy Curtis 
recovered the ball and ran out the clock. 



It was a game that everybody talked about long after 
the final buzzer sounded. Sports Illustrated gave the game 
front-page coverage. The game almost fulfilled a coach's 
misquote, a phrase that haunted him and his team's fans. 

The game: UCLA 65, Maryland 64, December 1, 1973, 
at Pauley Pavilion, Los Angeles, California. 

Lefty Driesell brought his Terps into L.A. hoping to 
achieve what most observers thought impossible — defeat 
John Wooden's University of California at Los Angeles 
basketball team. 

And, after the Bruins took a 9-0 lead, even the most loyal 
Terrapin fan was probably conceding Keith Wilkes, Bill 
Walton, and company their 77th consecutive victory. 

But, led by Len Elmore, Maurice Howard, and Tom 
McMillen, the Terps exploded for a 17-6 splurge and 
captured the lead 17-15. 





244 Vince Patemo 





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Directly below the announcer and the Bruin coach was Howard, lying on the floor, 
crying. It was so painfully easy to understand why. 




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247 



248 Phil Jacobs 






It was perhaps at this point that the Terps' season outlook 
began to change. The victories over the three nonleague 
opponents were all fairly easy compared to the rougher ACC, 
but there were moments in each when the Terrapins did not 
looi< hke a team of top ten caliber. 



Thomas A. Price 249 




Against North Carolina, Maryland's next opponent, 
such moments would be fatal, especially at Chapel Hill 
where the game was played. 

The Terps kept pace with the Tar Heels throughout the 
first half, but wilted in the second half before a Carolina 
press and the 95-degree heat of courtside at Carmichael 
auditorium. As in the State game, a late rally fell short, and 
the Tar Heels took the contest, 82-73. The breaking of Bob 
Kessler's career rebound record by Len Elmore was one 
of the Terps' few bright spots. 

For Tom McMillen, it meant never having won a game 
at Chapel Hill. It was ironic, for many believed he would 
win many games there — when he had originally made his 
mind up to go North Carolina. 

But McMillen and the rest of the Terps shrugged off 
the UNC disappointment to prepare for the rematch with 
N.C. State at Cole. 




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Delma Studio 257 



"Sometimes when I want to be alone I take a walk around the 
campus. The vastness is overwhelming at times and I can see 
how some people can feel lost, but I don't feel that. I feel at home 
here. I'm not lonely." 




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INTERCOLLEGIATE 

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LACROSSE 



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SOCCER 



MARYLAND OPPONENT 














MARYLAND OPPONENT 


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Duke 


9 


March 13 


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May 


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Virginia 1 


9 


Virginia 


10 


May 


9 


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3 


Catholic 


9 


Baltimore 


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3 


Towson State 1 


19 


North Carolina 


1 


Maryland 


also won the third 


annual 


1 


Penn State 5 


14 


Mount Washington Club 


6 


Maryli 


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spring 


classic 


held 


April 


4 


George Washington 2 


14 


Navy 


7 


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4 


Navy 2 


23 


Army 


8 














6 


Duke 


21 


Severna Park Club 


4 














1 


North Carolina 1 


17 


Virginia 


7 














1 


Clemson 2 


17 


Johns Hopkins 


4 














2 


Howard 1 


16 


Brown 

(NCAA quarterfinals) 


4 

















Madison 1 
(NCAA playofO 


18 


Washington & Lee 


7 


















10 


(NCAA semifinals) 
Johns Hopkins 
(NCAA finals — overtime) 


9 
















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5th 6th 


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Princeton 
CYO-MClu 


2 
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3 





1 


1 2 















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FIRST TEAM 






SECOND TEAM 




Navy 

Pittsburgh 

Phil. 


4 9 

2 5 
1 


3 
3 
1 




1 




2 

1 


MARYLAND OPPONENT 


MARYLAND OPPONENT 


VMI 


4 5 


1 





1 


53 


Guelph (Canada) 


43 


55 


Western Maryland 


27 


Cleveland 










53 


Virginia Commonwealth 


41 


72 


Frostburg State 


24 


KofC 








1 





52 


Immaculata 


65 


66 


Salisbury State 


23 


Army 


6 9 


6 








46 


Western Maryland 


49 


82 


American 


28 


Quad (Penn, 










67 


Frostburg State 


39 


48 


Madison 


42 


Del, George 










60 


Morgan State 


22 


62 


Bridgewater 


33 


Georgetown 


7 5 


5 


2 


4 


65 


Salisbury State 


39 


69 


Gallaudet 


34 


ACC 


8 4 


4 


5 


3 


52 


Madison 


66 


54 


Towson State 


47 


Maryland 


**88'/:, 


Noi 


■th Carolina 


55 


Bridgewater 


47 


58 


Ursinus 


43 


45; N.C. State 29, Di 


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21, ' 


Virginia 


44 


Federal City 


59 


59 


Montgomery- Rock ville 


40 


10, Clemson 


7, Wake Forest 7. 




56 


Towson State 


49 


















52 


Ursinus 


46 










OUTDOOR 






70 


Loyola 


25 




















(state quarterfinals) 










The 1973 


Maryland 


1 ou 


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75 


Bowie State 


29 








season was 


a great 


success. 


Coach 




(state semifinals) 










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' team won 


one 


of two 


63 


Towson State 


70 








dual meets. 


The terps 


won thi 


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291 



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BASKETBALL 



MARYLAND 


OPPONENT 


64 


UCLA 


65 


106 


Eastern Kentucky 


57 


115 


Georgetown 


83 


78 


San Francisco 


60 


53 


Santa Clara 


32 


102 


Holy Cross 


75 


58 


Boston College 


37 


96 


Richmond 


60 


89 


Clemson 


60 


72 


Wake Forest 


59 


74 


N. estate 


80 


112 


Fordham 


73 


72 


Navy 


50 


86 


Canisius 


73 


73 


North Carolina 


82 


80 


N.C. State 


86 


104 


Duke 


83 


88 


Virginia 


81 


92 


George Washington 


71 


91 


North Carolina 


80 


56 


Clemson 


54 


98 


Duquesne 


72 


64 


Duke 


61 


77 


Wake Forest 


68 


110 


Virginia 

ACC TOURNAMENT 


75 


85 


Duke 


66 


105 


North Carolina 


85 


100 


N.C. State 


103 



MARYLAND 


OPPONENT 


9 


Stetson 


5 


Florida Tech 4 


5 


Boston College 1 


1 


Wake Forest 5 


9 


Virginia Tech 


9 


George Washington 


6 


Cornell 3 


3 


Clemson 6 


7 


Johns Hopkins 





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7 

3 

3 



6th 

9 

9 

4 



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N.C. State 
Duke 
Virginia 
North Carohna 
ACC Tournament 
Georgetown 
American 



BASEBALL 



6 
6 
9 



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5 

3 
5 
4 
3 
3 
4 
3 

12 
7 
2 

2 
3 
4 

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5 
9 



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Clemson 

Wake Forest 

Duke 

GWU 

N.C. State 

North Carohna 

Richmond 

Virginia 

Georgetown 

Howard 

N.C. State 

North Carolina 

Virginia 

Duke 

Wake Forest 

Clemson 

Virginia 

Towson 

West Virginia 

Navy 



OPPONENT 
3 
3 
5 
1 
3 
2 
4 
1 
4 
1 

7 
3 

14 
2 
6 

10 
7 
2 
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LAND 




OPPONENT 


55 


North Carolina 


58 


70 


Duke 


43 


75 


American 


34 


65 


Navy 


48 


68 


Villanova 


45 


56 


Cornell 


57 


63 


East Carolina 


50 



73 



Catholic 



39 



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VARSITY FOOTBALL 



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67 


Wcsl Virginia 


45 


61 


Pittsburgh 


52 


65 


La Salle 


48 


68 


Penn State 


48 


77 


Virginia 


35 


65 


Johns Hopkins 


48 


46 


N.C. State 


67 



ACC Championships 
3rd Place 



WRESTLING 




MARYLAND 




OPPONENT 


40 


Oneonta Slate 


6 


17 


Bowling Green 


14 


9 


Buffalo 


28 


27 


St. Francis (Pa.) 


6 


28 


Baltimore 


6 


24 


Tennessee 


15 


8 


Lehigh 


25 


15 


Lycoming 


15 


18 


Rhode Island 


16 


24 


Delaware 


15 


29 


Pittsburgh 


8 


5 


Navy 


34 


12 


Penn State 


22 


31 


Duke 


7 


21 


William & Mary 


16 


31 


North Carolina 


9 


25 


American 


12 


21 


Virginia 


15 


15 


Army 


21 


24 


N.C. State 

ACC Tournament 
2nd Place 


13 




295 




296 




THE 
DIAMONDBACK 




297 



1974 

TERRAPIN 

STAFF 




Kristy Larson 
298 Kristy Larson Loves You 



Leslie Kizner 



trie Mosirson 



Sieve Hcmplins 




TERRAPIN STAFF 

Co-tditors Jim Holwager 

Gene Deems 
Layout Editor Leslie Kizner 

Photography Editor Eric Moseson 

Copy Editor Vince Paterno 

Photographers Terri Loring, Steve 

(Fuzz) Hempling, Bruce Wolfe. Kristy Larson, Chris 
Sintetos, Art Allender, Bob Gilbert, Mike Welsh, 
Tommy Price, Bill Ruvinsky, Robert Friedman, Tom 
Stevenson, Joe Postman. 
Business Editor Greg Lyons 

Assistant Business Editor Jeff Piatt 




Mike Welsh 




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FIRST SEMESTER 

Editor: Debbie Prager 
Assistant Editor: Gene Deems 
Layout Editor: Mary Jo Ford 
Staff: Stu Armstrong, 
Karen Croson, Mary Hughes, 
Barry Putterman. 




ARGUS/DIMENSION STAFF 



argus I dimension 



SECOND SEMESTER 

Editor: Michael Weiss 
Layout Editors: Gene 
Deems, Mary Jo Ford. 
Calendar Editor: Karen 
Croson 

Staff: Stu Armstrong, 
Mary Hughes, Marcia 
Kass, Barry Putterman. 




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Asst. Prog. Dir. 


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Paul Bertorelli;6,7. 

Gene Deems: 8,9,47,5 lt,52,53,54,55.56tb.57,62,63t,64,65. 

68t,69t,70t.73br,75bl,77,79.96bl-br,103br.l30,152,153.154 

155,l65,166,167,169,170.173,190,226j234,238,248b,249b, 

250b,252b,253,255,270,282bs298,300.' 
Randy Duvall: 174, 

Rick Hskite: lOOt, 102, 141, 142, 143. 301. 
Robert Friedman: 5,l03br.256,260br,264.265br. 
Bob Gilbert: 95bl.99,l 13, 131tr,133tl-bl.l34bl, 180, 183, 

198.2 10.2 13,23(),244t.258b,259b. ' 

Tom Hemphill: 158,159. 
Steve Hempling: 28,29. 32,36,37,39,40,41, 42,43, 56c,67, 

74,75t-br,116,131tc.l32,134tl-c,135,136.137,160,161, 

I45tr,254,244b,249tr. 
Jim HoKvager: 3,i2,13l.i6,24,25,58,59.60.61,62tr.66.94, 

95t,96t,97b. lOObl. 1 33tr, 1 39, 149, 1 50. 1 68, 1 7 1 , 1 72. 1 75, 

245tl,249tl,247,258t,259t,260t-bl,261.266,267b,268t-br, 

289,304. 
Kristy Larson: 18,19.20.21,30.31,46.48,49,156,157,160, 

161,289,302. 
Terri Loring: 1 1,107, 109,274t.278t,276t,283t.63b. 
Eric Moseson: 70t,71b.8l,82,83,84,85,86,87,88,89,90,91, 

120,121, 150.246.245. 244,248.249tr,247,253t,262,263, 

268bl. 
Joe Postman: 207,240,274,277t,279b,280,283,284,286. 
Edward Potskowski: 4. 101b,269. 
Ljom Price: 110.111.151,278. 
Peill Ruvinsky: 10,44,45,71t.73bl471 . 
MChrisSintetos:34,35,50,51b,14(J* 
iWRobert Sherbow: 76t-br,78t-br, 1 3 1 b, 1401 . 
*Sue Anne Silver: 68b,69b,76bl,78bl, 

Silverman: 12tr,73tr,92. 

Stevenson: 15.92tl,97. "''- 

Dan Webster: 100br,103tr,l 14,1 15.1 18,1 19,122,123,124, 

125, 126, 127, 128,1 29. 148. 149t, 164,176.177,2 14,225,229, 
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Copyright 1974, Maryland Media, Inc. 



SPECIAL THANKS 



Philip C. Geraci for his invaluable advice. 
Maryland Media Inc. for its support. 
Journalism Department for the use of the offices 
and darkrooms. 



The name that appears by 
the page number has 303 
sponsored that page. 




304 Maryland Media Inc. 



In doing research on college yearbooks I found 
out that the only people who read what the Editor 
writes in the book are the Editors' mothers. So I 
would like to begin by saying "Hi Mom." 

After a whole year of trying to put four years 
of university experiences into three hundred and 
four pages of a yearbook, I have realized that this 
is an impossible task. For each of the 36,000 stu- 
dents who attend Maryland, the e.xperience is 
different. Even if people are stereotyped into 
groups, the number of groups on campus way out 
numbered the yearbook staff. 

To make matters worse, the Student Govern- 
ment Association (SGA) completely cut our funds. 
So the first move we had to make to get closer 
to the student body was to double our price. (SGA 
has paid for most of the students portion in the 
past.) 

Just as each Individual is different from other 
individuals, he is also a different person than he 
was when he or she first came to Maryland. 

People come here knowing very few people. 
Some leave about the same way. Most of us 
though, made many friends here, and each of those 
friendships has had an effect on us and changed us 
a little. 

For some the Maryland experience is a bad one. 
For others it is good. We all leave the university 
either by graduation or choice, and build upon 
that experience. What we have learned here should 
be of some help to us in the future. 

Good luck in what ever that future may hold for 
you. 

Editor 

James Kennedy Holwager 




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