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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."
COLLEGE PARK, MARYLAND
"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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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.
"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
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
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
"The Kickers looked better this year than last year
"The best game was the one against Howard, but unfor-
tunately it ended in a fight."
The loss to Madison was a big disappointment."
"It was kind of sad to loose Coach Royal after 26
years, but Coach Beardmore will be good for the
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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
"The greeks are in their own world down there."
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"Watching them dance made me tired. Imagine,
they danced three days."
"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."
The Christmas spirit was demonstrated as
the greeks gave a party for the
"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-
dent apathy or just the way they're run."
"This campus has had a lot of problems attracting
popular groups. Those guidelines restricting advertismg
have screwed things up."
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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.
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
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.
"You never realize how much stuff you have till you have to start
lugging it all to your room."
"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?"
QUOTE FROM OPEN LETTER WRIT-
TEN TO STUDENTS BY WILLIA M.
THOMAS, ACTING VICE CHAN-
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
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."
"There are more diversions from studying than nude runs, robberies and drug busts It'
"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
Athletic Department 83
"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."
Athletic Department 85
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"Maryland football could become the power of the
Atlantic Coast Conference in much the same man-
ner as the school has dominated in the lesser
Athletic Department 87
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Athletic Department 89
"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."
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
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
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
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
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
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."
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
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
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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BOYS FROM SYRACUSE
Antipholus of Ephesus
J. Nellmann Stephens
Dromio of Ephesus
Jay B. Levine
Antipholus of Syracuse
Dromio of Syracuse
Anna Maria Smuiowitz
Merchant of Syracuse
Merchant of Ephesus
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The White Man
George C. Bonifant
Fred B. Temple, Jr.
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Governor of Virginia
Big Henry Stimpson
Star Plastics. Inc.
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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
Composer; W.A. Mozart
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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
"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."
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"I always wondered what they do in those backstudios,
and if those girls really pose in the nude or not."
"When I'm painting the nude I don't look at
the nude as something erotic, it's all just art
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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
"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."
"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."
"Once you know your way around, there's plen-
ty to do at this university."
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"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
"To be able to do something well is a great attrib"te,
but to be able to teach others to, do it well multiplies
"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."
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Linda Callahan "74" Elementary Education 149
dLTv't'akin"p',rr r'f' ' t "' f r' r'^.'^^'u ''"?" ''' ^*^"'^^' '^'^ '^"'^^^^*^y '^ ^«"^^ «°^^ "f ^ community, and when someone
dies by takmg their hfe, it just hits harder than if it was someone in the newspaper."
Student Government Association 151
"Personal stress, not academic pressure, is probably the cause of the high suicide rate among college
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"The help center provides many services. It's manned
■* 24 hours with people who'll rap with you about any-
"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."
Viscount Records 153
"The only help one will receive is from within one's self.''
"Friends of a suicidal student should not attempt
to solve his problems, but distract him and per-
suade him to seek professional help."
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"When they start to use drugs as a method to forget their problems they only create more."
Student Government Association 1 55
"Our philosophy has changed and we're into long-
term projects— things that will benefit the students
for a long time."
"SGA seems to have toned down since
the Miami Convention and the stolen
"I think SGA is trying real hard."
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.
158 Hollis Raphael
Thomas B. Day
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."
George H. Callcott
Mollis Raphael 159
"The question is not if there are any crooked politicians
but if there are any honest ones left."
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CYO TRACK MEET
Abell, Deborah, Whealon, Md., History, Phi
Abramowicz. Nancy, Hicksville, N.Y,, Early
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
Archer, Constance, Fallston, Md., Psychology,
Alpha Phi. Drama Wing, Peer Counseling,
Aqualiners 2, .Ski Club l.?iA, Sailing 4, Second
Barcus, Anne, Cirecnbelt, Md., Recreation.
Barker, Elizabeth, Baltimore, Md.. Urban Geo-
graphy, Gamma Theta Upsilon. Equestrian
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
Barry, .lane. Forestville, Md.. Elementary
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-
Radio & Tele-
Baltimore. Md., Electrica
Bates. William. Beltsville, Md.,
vision. Reader's Theatre.
Baum, Jack, Bergenfield, N.J.
Baum, Judi, Baltimore. Md., Elementary
Beacken. Lynda, Cranford, N.J., English.
Beardsley, Joanne, College Park, Md., Elemen-
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
Benauent, Walter, Hato Rey, Puerto Rico,
Psychology. Delta Tau Omega, Swim Team
Benedict, Linda, Silver Spring, Md., Special
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-
Berry, Romayne, Baltimore, Md., Business.
Bialek. Judy. Silver Spring, Md., Elementary
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-
Billet, Adam, Camp Springs, Md., Physical
Sciences, Phi Kappa Phi, Terrapin Ski Club,
Bilmanis, Andris, Hyattsville, Md., Engineering.
Omicron Delta Kappa, Tau Beta Pi. Pi Tau
Sigma, Varsity Track Team 1,2,3,4, Track
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 &
Blocknia, Raymond, Baltimore, Md., Biological
Bloom, Susan, Franklin^ Square, N.Y., Home
Economics, Omicron Nu.
Blumenthal, Kent, Wheaton, Md , Arts &
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,
Bohnhorst, Kristin, Sumervi
Floor President 1 a Plata
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
Braunfeld. Jonathan, Brooklyn. N.Y
Braverman. Gordon, Englewood
Government. Pi Sigma Alp
e. N.J.. German.
Hall 3, Resident
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-
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
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
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
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
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
Browne, Thomas, Fairlawn, N.J.. Law Enforce-
Brownell. Dorothy. Kensington. Md., English,
Brownlee, David, Suitland, Md., Zoology, Univ.
of Md. Gymkana Troupe.
Buckland. Kenneth, CosCob, Connecticut, Zool-
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
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
Caldwell, Donald, Greenbelt. Md., Mechanical
Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau .Sigma
Caldwell. Donald. Silver Spring. Md.. Market-
Callahan. Ellen. Bethesda. Md.. Marketing.
Callan. David. Accounting. Baltimore. Md.
Caloviras. H. Michelle. Silver Spring. Md,.
Campbell. Ann. College Park, Md.. Zoology,
Kappa Kappa Gamma. Phi Sigma. Greek
Judicial Board. Zoology Student Undergrad
Campbell. Candace. Silver Spring. Md.. Ele-
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-
Carter. Margaret, Severna Park. Md . Educa-
Carter. Patricia, Rockville, Md,. Physical
Cartier. Leslie, Manchester, New Hampshire,
Pre-Medical. Delta Tau Delta, Intramural
Sports Football. Basketball.
Castro, Barbara. Hyattsville. Md.. Family
Catchlngs. Susan. Lanham. Md.. English. Angel
Cavalier, Dean. Baltimore. Md,. General
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
Checket. Barbara, Baltimore, Md., Hearing and
Cheslosky, Elizabelh, Rockville. Md.. Kappa
Alpha Theia. Phi Alpha Epsilon.
Chovitz. Phyllis. Chevy Cha.se. Md., Mathe-
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:
Clagett. Linda. Silver Spring. Md .
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
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
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
Collins, Helen, Baltimore, Md., Dietetics, Alpha
Collison, Paul, Towson, Md.. Business.
Como. Nancy, Annapolis, Md., Mathematics, Pi
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
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
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-
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
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
Cusick, Rebecca. Hollywood, Md.. History.
Dalgrano, Brian. Baltimore, Maryland. English.
Bultaco Racing Team 1,2,3,4, Maryland State
Dall'Acqua, Nancy, Mclean, Virginia. Interior
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-
Darlington, Jeffrey, Reading, Pennsylvania.
Business. Dorm Vice President — Kent Hall
David, Sharon, Silver Spring, Maryland, Special
Ed. Kappa Delta Pi, Dorm Volley Ball Team
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
Dawson, Sandra, Annapolis, Maryland, Journ-
alism, Sigma Delta Chi. Black Explosion,
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
Densmore, Steven, Adelphi, Maryland, Mathe-
matics, Pace, Amateur Radio Club.
Dent, MaryKay, Severna Park. Maryland. Fam-
ily and Community Development. Sigma
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-
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
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
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
166 Student Government Association
Club, Greek Paper. Intramural Football &
Basketball I.:. 3.4 E.C.O., HolLine. U.C.A.
Muscular Dystrophy Marathon, Campus
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
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
Doshier, Laura, Grecnbelt. Maryland. Elemen-
tary Education. Chi Omega. Angel Flight.
Dove. Edward. Gaithersburg, Maryland,
Dowling. Thomas. Silver Sprmg. Maryland,
Microbiology, Sigma Alpha Omicron. Traffic
Downing, Rosemary, College Park, Md.. Busi-
Dougherty, Linda. Pompton Plains, N.J., Hu-
man Ecology-Consumer Economics PACE..
Maryland Public Interest Research Group.
American Association of Tc\iile Technolo-
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
Drucker. Helen. Brunswick. N.J.. Behavioral
and Social Science.
Dube. Jerry. Hyattsville. Md., EPA. American
Dubin. Arthur. Chevy Chase, Md., BPA, Intra-
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
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
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
Elliott. Jodl. Silver Spring, Md., Music.
Elsby. Jack. Baltimore. Md., Government,
Hill area council V.P. Sports Reporter
Engelen. Jcanine. \V healon. Md.. French. ,.^
Engerbretsen. Ra\, \Vas1nngtdii*D.C.. Sociol-
ogy, Alpha Kappa Delta
Ent. Carolyn, Colmar Manor. Md.. Community
Erb. Anthony. Oxon Hill. Md.. Conservation
and resource development.
Eiedeljon. Mary. Sociology.
Eslinger. Jessie, Hillcrest Heights, Md.. Business
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
Fatzie. .Mary. AdelfAi, Md., Secondary Social
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-
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-
Ferguson, Lynn, Hillcrest Hgts.. Md.. Adver-
Ferrell. Katerine. Hyattsville, Art.
Feustle. Michael. Baltimore, Md., Electrical
Engineering. Kappa Kappa Psi, IEEE, Mary-
land Band President. Symphony Band, Wind
Ficco. Michael. Jonc^^'.'.n, Pa.. Electrical
Engineering, HKN. TBI'
Fiedor. John. Bowie, Md., Conservation &
Resources Development Varsity Football.
Field. Cynthia. Phila . Pa., Sociology. Alpha
Finch. Ruth, Baltimore. Md„ Criminology and
Psychology. Little Sister to Sigma Nu, Co-ed
Volleyball and FootbaB.
Fine. Andrea. Chevy uiase, Md., Elementary-
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
Fisher. Susan. Scotch Plains, N.J . Conservation
& Development. Delta Gamma Sorority.
Public Relations Chairman of Delta Gamma.
Fishkind, Bonnie Sue. College Park. Md., .Art
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
Follz. Joanne, Hyattsville, Md., Transportation.
Alpha Xi Delta, Delta Nu Alpha, WRA,
Student Government Aneiation 1 67
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-
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-
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
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
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-
Fryer, Gregory. Denton. Md., Philosophy,
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
.. Textile Mar-
(Pres ), Dia-
Board, President of AKA So^rty Pledges.
Comptroller National Third ^^rld Students'
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
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-
Gilbert, Robert, Ml. Rainier, Md., Journalism
Diamonback, Terrapin Photographer.
Gile. Arthur, Silver Springs, Md., Mechanical
Engineering. Delta Upsilon.
Giles, Roger, Hagerstown. Md., Alpha Gamma
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
Gillis, Michael D.,
JiUijs^^ra 1 ee.
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-
Goldstein, Janet, Queens, N.Y., Spanish, Sigma
Delta Pi (Spanish Honorary).
Goldstein, Linda, Silver Spring, Md., Psy.,
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
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.
Gould. Alison, Wilmington. Del , Textile Mar-
keting. Kappa Kappa Gamma.
Gould, Mary. Rockville. Md., History.
Gradijan. Robert, Silver Spring, Md., American
Graffam, Charles, RiverdaWf Md., -Russian*
Area Studies, Tau Kappa Epsilon. Freshman
National Honorary Society, Evening Division
National Honorary Society. Phi Kappa Phi,
Graffam. Cynthia. Riverdale. Md.. Government
ifTand Politics. Gamma Phi Beta. Alpha Lambda
Delta. RtSssian Club. College Republicans.
(iMham. Allen. Laurel, Md . .\ccounting. Gen-
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
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
168 Student Government Association
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.,
(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
Grosskurth, Frances, Greenbelt. Md., Special
Gudclsky, .\iin Bethesda, Md., Journalism.
Guerra. I ind.i. Silver Spring, Md., Speech
Communit.iiion, Gamma Phi Beta, Angel
Hackett, Patricia, Hyaltsville, Md.. Human
Hall. Joann;^^. Baltimore. Md., Zoology, Alpha
Lambda Delta, Phi Sigma. Prc-Med Society.
Hall, Margarel. Upper Marlboro. Md., Human
Ecology, AiiKTieaih^J^Be Economics
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;
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
Hargraves, Kathleen, Bethesda, Md., Crafts.
Hargus, Stanley, Beltsville, Md., Electrical
Harmon, Terry. Hyattsville, Md.. Elementary
Harrington, Joan, Oxon Hill. Md . Recreation.
Harris, Marcia. Rockville, Md., Government and
Politics, Alpha Phi, Sigma .Mpha Epsilon,
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-
Hecht, Carol, Short Hills, N.J., Elementary
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
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
Herrmann, Mark, Crofton, Md., Marketing,
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-
Hinz, Robert, Overland Park, Kansas, Psy-
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-
Holland, Frances, Holland, Va., English.
Holland, Mary, Olney, Md., Secondary Educa-
Holk> Deborah, Baltimore, Md., Early Child-
Holmes, Pamela, Washington, D.C., Drama,
University Theater, Black Student Union,
Holwager, James, Aberdeen, Md..
Holwager. Katie. Aberdeen, Md., Ecology.
Hopkins. Paul. Suilland. Md., Zoology
^oskins, Sandra, Newtown Square, Pa
Hossick, Linda, College Park, Md.. iiiiii,.iu
riouser. Brian, Boonsboro, Md.. Secondary
Education Math. Navigators, Band.
Hov/ard, Beverly, Hyattsville, Md., Psychology,
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,
Husted, Stephen, Hyattsville, Md., Economics.
Hyatt. James. Severna Park, Md., Mechanical
Engineering, Phi Sigma Kappa, ASME, Go
Hyman, Barbara, Bayonne, N.J.. English, Phi
Illions, Susan, Commack, N.Y., Psychology,
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
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
Jeffrey. Charles, Bowie, Md.. Zoology.
Jenkins. Alan, Baltimore. Md.. Physics.
Student Government Association ' 1 (>\
Jennings, Alice. Seat Pleasant, Md., General
Jemigan, George, Chester, Va., History, Alpha
Tau Omega. Football, Wrestling.
Jodlbauer, John, Elkton. Md., Business.
Johnson, Cynthia, District Heights, Md., Ac-
Johnson. Everene, Columbia, Md., Elementary
Education, Black Student Union. PACE,
Black Odes.sey Modeling Club, Dance
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,
Jone, Susanne, Temple Hills, Md., Textiles
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.
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-
Kane, Sharon, Baltimore, Md., Psychology.
Kanyuck, Susan, Baltimore. Md., Home Econo-
mics, American Home Economics Assoc-
Kapinos, Steven. Silver Spring, Md., Engi-
Kaplan, Daniel. Silver Spring, Md., Math,
General Honors, Teaching Assistant for Math
Kaplan, Lori, Allentown, Pa., Interior Design,
Karpouich, Elizabeth, Upper Marlboro, Md.,
German, Delta Phi Alpha.
Katcef, William, Annapolis, Md., History, Tau
Epsilon Phi, Chairman — University Blood
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
Kay, Charles, Towson, Md., Mechanical Engi-
neering, American Society of Mechanical
Engineers — Treasurer.
Keller. Thomas, Lancaster, Pa., GVPT, Swim-
ming Intramurals, Usher for University
Kelley, Kathleen, Bethesda, Md., Studio Art,
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
Kelly, Coleen. Takoma Park, Md., Sociology,
Kemp, Francis, Silver Spring, Md., Zoology,
Kemp, Mardi, Gaithersburg, Md., Special
Kempf, Lawrence, Chevy Chase, Md.
Kenny, Gene, Towson, Md., Speech and Hear-
ing, Student Assistant at Undergraduate
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-
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
Klein, Ellen, Owings Mills, Md,, Health Educa-
Kleiman. Alan. Baltimore, Md., Psychology.
Klein, Hersha, Wheaton, Md., Psychology, Psi
Kligman. Scott, Hempstead, NY., Marketing,
Tau Epsilon Phi, Varsity Fencing National
Kline, Jeffrey, Phoenix, Md., Economics,
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
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
Koczur, Daniel, Ephraim, N.J., Physical Educa-
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
Korat, Dizza, Baltimore, Md., Zoology, Alpha
Lambda Delta, Pre Med Club, PACE,
Kovaly, Richard, Indian Head, Md., Marketing.
Kozosky, Joyce, Clinton, Md., Elementary
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
Kress, William, Baltimore, Md., Marketing.
Krochina, Patrick, College Park, Md., Archi-
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
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,
Lapidus, Norman, Owings Mill, Md., Finance,
Vice-President and President of Ellicott A .
Laps, Sheldon, Bethesda, Md., Biochemistry, Phi
1 70 Student Government Association
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
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
Levin, Sherne. Baltimore, Md., Elementary
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-
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
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
^Littman, Paul, SiKcr Spring, Md.. Geography.
Gamma Theta Lpsilon, Intramurals, Student
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.,
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
Loring. Terri. Havertown, Pa., Journalism,
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
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
Mallos. Diane, Silver Spring, Md., Studio Art.
Mantoni. Robert. Rockville, Md., Zoology.
Maples, Robert, Catonsville, Md.. GVPT.
Marcus, Sharon. Rockville, Md., English.
Marsh, David. Hytts, Md.. Accounting, Sigma
Marsh, Esther, Hyattsville, Md., Early Child-
hood Education. .Alpha Chi Omega, Pom
Mardirossian, Aris, Hyattsville, Md.. Mechan-
Marino, Denise, College Park, Md., HESP,
Markman, Marsha, Silver Spring. Md., A&S.
Markowitz, Debra, Silver Spring, Md., Art
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.
Ma.son, Kay, Gailhersburji. .\
Mast, Bill, Grcc^^'• "' '
Mathes, David. Si nci .-)piiin;. Mo . wcMcrai
Mathes, Jo>ce. Greenbelt, Md.. Elementar\
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
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.
Ma7ia. Burl la\. Chevy Chase, Md., Micro-
c Auliffe, Catherine Taney, Wash . DC.,.
Mccabe. Stephen, Massapequa Park, N.V;,
Econ.. Gale & Key Society, Turtle ii Rnsket-
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
McEvoy. Jerard P., Timonium, Md., Finances,
Phi Kappa Sigma.
McEwen, Laura, Hagerslown. Md., Textiles &
McGuire, Patricia, Balto., Md., P.E.. Phi Alpha
McKerrow, Daniel. Rockville. Md.. RTVr
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
McNish, Russell, Chevy Chase, Md. Per
Means. Robert Earl, Balto., Md., Zonlo?y
Meleski, Christine, Rockville, ^
Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Lambda
Mendenhall, Mary. Rochester. N.Y.. Math —
Merrdd, James, Ballo.. Md.. RTVF. WMUC.
Messengek, Teddy. Hyattsville, Md., History.
Metzbower, Gail, Towson, Md., Math.
Meyers, Patricia, 0.\en Hill, Md., Costume
Michael, Sharon, Chestertown, Md., Experi-
Midgette, Stephen, Lanhani, Md.. Finance.
Mielke, Arthur, Hyalls, Md., Physical
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
Miller, Roberta, Chevy Chase, Md., RTVF,
ENGL, UCA, Career in politics/law.
Miller, Susan, Hagerstown, Md., Library
Miller, Susan, Hyattsville, Md., Math.
Millhauser, Marguerite, Balto., Md., Secondary
Education, Resident Assistant, University
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
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-
Mitchell, Pam, Silver Spring, Md., English.
Modzel, Gary, Marketing, American Marketing
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-
Moody, Peter, College Park, Economics
Moore, Denise, Silver Spring, Md.,^ Psychology,
Gamma Sigma Sigma, Dr. L^^qii's Adult
Moore, Kim, Dist Hgts.. Md., EletmBlary
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.
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..
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
Noe. Janet, Hyattsville, Md., Music, Music
Educators National Conference. Work with
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
O'Berry, Charles, Lanham, Md., IFSM.
O'Connell, Kathryn, Rockville, Md., Speech
O'Day, Frank. Greensboro. Md.. MKTG. Inter-
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
Olsen, Donns, BellsMlle, Md.. Sociology.
O'Neill, Michael, Silver Spring, Md., Arts &
Opalski, Joseph, Lanham, Md., Recitation,
University of Maryland Recreation & Park
Society, University of Maryland Olympic
Barbell Club. -^'^
Orban, James, Rockville, Md., Ag. & Life
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-
Ousborne, Douglas. Simpsonvillc, Md., Electri-
cal Engineering, Omicron Delta Kappa, Tau
Beta Phi, Eta Kappa Nu.
Owens, Robin, Silver Spring. Finance, Veterans
Pafr. Peter, Balto., Md , BPA.
^Pagc. Foy A , Baltimore, Md., LIniversilv Glee
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
Paris, Jane, Poolsvill^, Md., Human Ecology.
Paris. Thomas, Wheaton, Md., Government,
Rugby Intramural Official. SGA. % ".^
Parker. Teresa, CatonsvilleiMd., Art. ^
Parks, Deborah, Charlotte, N.C.
Parroll, Christine, Baltimore, Md., Sociology
Parscli, Donna, Silver Spring. Mii . Te
Paulhus, Kathy, Dcrwood, Md . HiolojiiCuI
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
Perkins, Shiela. Baltimore, Md., Early Child-
Persick, Theresa, Hyattsville. Md., i-amily
Studies, Collegiate Home Economics Organi-
zation, Student Advisor to College of Human
Perweilcr, Bruce, College Park, Md.. Govern-
ment and Politics.
Perrick. William, Hyattsville, Md., General
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
Pahl, Anne, Bethesda, Md., Economics, Sky-
divers Club, FIving Club, Bowling Club, Trail
Perkowski, James, J.. Baltimore, Md., Civil
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
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
Poklis, Barbara, Baltimore, Md. Anthropology.
Hill Area Judicial Board Chief Justice, Dorm
Polack, Richard, Culania. N.J., Zoology, Inlra-
murals, Hillel, Pre-Dental Society.
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
I'ontecorvn, Pninua, Allenhurst. N.J., .Art
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
Posner, Joyce; Baltimore, Md . Psycholq^, Help
Pottash. Mnrmr^aJlirnnri' Md.. S^ech and
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
Pressman, Jerfrey,^j^^rstown. Md., Psy-
Preston. Elizabeth, White Hall, Md , Human
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
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.,
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-
Raphael. Hollis, Silver Spring, Md., Sigma Delta
Chi. Pi Sigma Alpha, John Marshall Pre-
Law Society, Assistant Managing Editor of
Advisory Committee, Homec
Rashbauri. Ellen, Baltimore, *' '
Rauch, Robert, Easlon .Md . em
Delta Tau Delta.
Redman, Shelby, Alexandria, V;
Reed, Jane. Rockvillc, Md., A&S
Re(jan, Nancy, Balio., Md.. .Archite.
lambda Delta (Freshmen Uumcn-
Society), Phi Kappa Phi (Senior
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
ijeid, James S., Balto., Nf*.
Reilly. Douglas, Huntington, NY
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-
Richardson, Delria, Lanham, Md , English
Richter, Cathy, Baltimore, Md., General
Ridge, Karen, Beltsville. Md.. Special Ed ,
Rill, Dale, Upperco, Md., Elem. Ed., Alpha
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,
Rogers. Margie, Balto., Md.. Urban Sciences
Rogers, Norman, Silver Spring, Md., Psy., Pre-
Rohan, John. District Hgts . Md . IFSM.
Rohr, Lorraine, Takoma Pk.. Md , tiemenlary
Rokoff, Merle T . New Carrolllon, Md., Law
Rollins, Rhonda, Balto . WA.C Entomology,
Alpha Gamma Delta, Collegiate 4H. Eques-
Student Government-Association 173
Roman, Christopher. Oxon Hill, Md., Math,
Phi Kappa Phi.
Roonev i '"■■ 'silver Spring, Md., Elementary
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
Rosenthal, Janis, Haddorfield, N.J,, Englistui
Rosenthal, Mark, Fairlawn, N.J., Govt, & Pol-
itics, Diamondback, Terrapin, Student Union
Roselti, Elaine, Silver Spring, Md., History,
Rossbach, Jr., Peter, Balto., Md., C ivil Engi-
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
Rubin, Betty, Miami Beach, Fla., Special Ed.,
Diadem, Council of Exceptional Children,
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
Russell, Anne, Chevy Chase, Md., English, News
Russell, George, Willow Grove, Pa.. Botany,
Alpha Gamma Rho. ECO, Rugh>. Intra-
murals, U. of Md. Rep. to Tri-State Ecolo
Sadler, John, Bowie, Md., Ps.\c , Senior Basi
ball. Concert Committee.
Saadi, Joyce, Greenbell, Md., Black Studies
P.\Cl-. UCA, Student Mobilization Com-
Sakai, Ellen, Greenbelt, Md., Music.
Salcedo, Larry, Beltsville, Md., Ed. for Industry,
Sale, Mariam, Rasadena, Md., Nursing.
Saltzgiver, Stephen, Balto., Md., Music, Kappa
.Kappa Psi, VP Univ. Md. Bands, Basketball,
Pep Band, Symphony Band, Concert 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-
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 &
Schlachter, Robert, Riverdale, Md., Russian,
VP Russian Club.
Schlickenmaier, Herbert, Seabrook, Md., Aero-
space Engr., American Institute of Aero-
nautics & Astronautics, Inst, of Electr. &
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.,
Schran, Christine, Silver Spring, Md., Bio-
Schultz, jean. Silver Spring, Md., Elementary
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
Scolti. Michael, Florham Park, N.J., Psyc,
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-
Serber, Howard, Gaithersburg, Md., Zoology.
Intramurals, College Assembly Member.
Shaffer, Gary, Adelphi, Md., Architecture.
Shaller, Bernice, Silver Spring, Md., Speech c&
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
Shaw, Kenneth, Clinton, Md , LENF, Ba.se-
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,
Sher. Joel, Baltimore, Md., Psychology, Floor
President— Ellicott A.
Sherman, Martha, Bethesda, Md., English
Sherry, Gail, Brooklyn, NY.. Psychology, Psi
Shiller, Lynn, Baltimore. Md., Microbiology,
Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Sigma Society, Sigma
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 &
Shugarman, Mark, Baltimore, Md., RTVF,
WMUC, TV Workshop.
Shulman, Alan, Potomac, Md., History.
174 Student Government Association
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
Simon. Ann. Timonium. Md. Journalism, Alpha
Phi, Diamond. Mortar Board. PRSSA, Uni-
vcrsitN Polics Board. Icnnis Inlrarnurals,
Sindall, Mary, Silver Spring, Md., Klemcntary
Singer, Terri. Adelphi, Md., English Education.
Singer. Toni. Plainview, N.Y., Special Educa-
Sisler. Barbara. Beltsville. Md.. Home Econo-
Slavin Mary-Kay, Gloucester Pi.. Va.. Second-
ary Education, Alpha Xi Delta. Gymkana.
Slutzky. Debby, Trenton. N.J., Recreation,
Smead. Katherinc, Salisbury. Md.. Marketing,
President of Alpha Phi Sorority, Diamond,
Smiley. Stephen. Clifton, N.J.. Zoology. Pre-
dental Society. Ski Club.
Smith. Deborah. Laurel. Md., German. Alpha
Smith. Janet. Upper Marlboro, Md., Secre-
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
Snyder, Maxine, Annapolis. Md., Elementary
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-
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-
Sowa, Gwendolyn, Bowie, Md . Biology Educa-
tion. Delta Delta Delta.
Spalt. Dougkis, Baltimore. Md . b.E . l.ia Kappa
Spanglcr, Anne, New Cumberland. Pa., Studio
Spanglcr. Sharon. Towson. Md., Dress Design,
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
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
Spielman, Deborah, Rockville, Md., FMCD,
House President of Gamma Phi Beta.
Spotila, Lois, Silver Spring. Md.. Elementary
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-
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
Strand. Marlin, Bethesda. Md., Sociology,
Alpha Phi Omega, Symphony Band. Dorm
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
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
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
lay. Victor, Rockville, Md., A. & S.
Taylor, Susan, Rockville, Md., Community
Tenenblall, Jane, Fairlawn, N.J., French. Help
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
Thiel. Wayne. Gaithersburg. Md . History.
Thomas. Ann. Gaithersburg, Md.. Water
Thomas. Dennis. ( anjiovcr, Md.. Accounting.
Thomas, Veeda, Sifver Spring. Md., Special
Thompson, Deborah. Chcvs Chase. Md.. Fi-
nance. Equestrian Club.
Thompson, Janet, General Business, Newman
Thompjion, Juliia, Lanham, Md , Secretarial
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
TimiiiN, .letliey. Orange, NI. Hisior;.. Phi
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
Troslle, loanne. fj'e^i .\r:>i Md , Music.
Tsao. iohn. Bowie. ^meer-
Tucker, Linda, Vineland. N J , .Speech and
- Hearing. Alpha Epsilon Phi
Student Government .Association 1 75
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,
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
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
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
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
Wartella. Cathy, Silver Spring, Md., Biology.
Wiirye. Patricia D.. Silver Spring. Md., Educa-
Waters. Robert, Columbia. Md.. Lenl
Washabaugh, Diane, College Park, Md,, Radio,
TV and Film.
Washington. Judith, Baltimore, .Md., Speech
Wasilewski, Robert, Lanham, Md.
Wasserman, Michael. Leonia, N.J.. Zoology,
Phi Sigma, Unit President, Chief Justice
Ellicolt Area Judicial Board, Member Chief
Wantuch, Karen, Beltsville. Md.
Wascavage, Mark R.. Silver Spring. Md.. Spe-
Wassom. Louise, Adelphi, Md., Sociology.
Wasylczuk, Katheryn, Chesapeake City, Md.,
Walkins, Nancy, (iermantown. Md., Biology,
Watt, Morag. Hillcrest Heights, Md., Crimi-
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
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,
Whalen. Mary. Rockville, Md., Criminology.
Wheeler, Sharon, Langley Park, Md., Drama.
White, James E. Jr., Kensington. Md., Con-
White, Lynda, Mt. Lake Park, Md., Horti-
culture, Univ. Sports Car Club.
White, Jr. Theodore John, Silver Spring, Md.,
Whitney. Daniel, Teaneck, N.J., Psch.. Tep.,
Student Traffic Board.
Wickham, DeWayne, Baltimore, Md., Journal-
ism. Sigma Delta Chi. Diamondback — State
Wiegmann, Paul, Marlboro, Md., Studio Art.
Wigglesworth, Judith, Chevy Chase, Md.,
Special Education, Council for E.xceptional
Children, Association for Childhood Educa-
Wildensteiner, Mary, District Heights, Mary-
land, Home Economics Education.
Willey, Robert. California, Md.
Williams, Darlene, Potomac, Md., Elementary
Williams, Jr Eli, Silver Spring, Md., BPA,
Williams, Fannie, Washington, D.C., Speech and
Williams, James, Baltimore, Md.. Vocational
Rehabilitation Counseling, Black Explosion
Wilson. Cathy, Rockville, Md.
Wilson, Howard, Baltimore, Md.. Civil Engi-
neering. Chi Epsilon. Tau Beta Pi, A S.C.E.
Wmn, Patricia, Bowie, Md.. Special Education.
Kappa Delta Pi, P.A.C.E., Council for Ex-
Witte. Lida-Marlaine. Odenlim. Md
Wockenfuss, Lynn, .Adelphi, Md.
Wolf, Barbara, Takoma Park. Md., Flo
Wolfe. Nancy, Brandywine, Md.,
Ecology — Community Studies.
Wong, Joe-Ting. College Park, Md
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,
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
Wyvill, Lynn, Oxon Hill, Md., Radio T.V. and
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
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
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
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.
'I don't believe we have your size. Sir."
ie'i^^r/Mw^L I* '
Clark Jr.. G.
Cotton Jr., K.
Crow Jr., R.
Derrow Jr., L.
II •, l\v: ! '.,
Greene, Jr., M.
Jacobs, Jr., J.
Means, Jr., K.
Money, Jr., J.
Norton, Jr., K.
Rossbach, Jr., P.
Sawyer, Jr., E
\ ^ I
Thompson Jr., W.
White Jr., T.
White Jr., J.
Williams Jr., E.
Young IV. A
Ziemmerman, J. Zimmerman, E. Zimmerman, G.
WHEN IT'S ALL OVER
THE TIME FOR LEAVING IS SAD.
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
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
Directly below the announcer and the Bruin coach was Howard, lying on the floor,
crying. It was so painfully easy to understand why.
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."
258 Delma Studio
Gordon W. Prange 259
260 Delma Studio
Delma Studio 261
262 Delma Studio
Delma Studio 263
"I go to the mall to relax and get away from the
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place to meet people."
Delma Studio 265
266 Italian Gardens
Delma Studio 267
Maryland Book Exchange 269
270 Delma Studio
Delma Studio 271
272 Delma Studio
ALPHA CHI OMEGA
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274 Bob Sherbow
ALPHA EPSILON PI
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA
Robert Sherbow 275
276 Robert Sherbow
ALPHA XI DELTA
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Lydia Lipscomb 277
GAMMA PHI BETA
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278 Eric Moseson
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Washington & Lee
Towson State 1
also won the third
Penn State 5
Mount Washington Club
George Washington 2
Severna Park Club
North Carolina 1
Washington & Lee
(NCAA finals — overtime)
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7, Wake Forest 7.
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1973 NCAA LACROSSE
Florida Tech 4
Boston College 1
Wake Forest 5
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William & Mary
298 Kristy Larson Loves You
Co-tditors Jim Holwager
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
Editor: Debbie Prager
Assistant Editor: Gene Deems
Layout Editor: Mary Jo Ford
Staff: Stu Armstrong,
Karen Croson, Mary Hughes,
argus I dimension
Editor: Michael Weiss
Layout Editors: Gene
Deems, Mary Jo Ford.
Calendar Editor: Karen
Staff: Stu Armstrong,
Mary Hughes, Marcia
Kass, Barry Putterman.
Asst. Prog. Dir.
Asst. News Director
Asst. News Director
Asst. Sports Director
Asst. Sports Director
Asst. Promo. Director
Asst. Promo. Director
Theatre of the Mind
Andrea Jones, Earl Williams
Art Allender: 92bl,93.101t, 102, 143, 1481,243,246.
Gene Deems: 8,9,47,5 lt,52,53,54,55.56tb.57,62,63t,64,65.
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,
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,
Kristy Larson: 18,19.20.21,30.31,46.48,49,156,157,160,
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,
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 .
iWRobert Sherbow: 76t-br,78t-br, 1 3 1 b, 1401 .
*Sue Anne Silver: 68b,69b,76bl,78bl,
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,
Mike Welsh: 26,27, 108, 112, 138, 144. 143t. 145. 15 lbr.248,
Bruce Wolfe: 1.2.9b,13b,33,72tl,72b.267,276,279t,280t. "
Composition: 10/12 Times Roman (Index 8/9)
Halftones: 150 Line Halftone Screen
Paper Stock: 80 # Dull Enamel
End Sheets: Seamist 18#
Cover: Roxcite Lithographed
Press: 25x38 Miller Two and Four Color Perfector
Printer & Binder: Josten's American Yearbook
Company. State College. Pennsylvania 16801
Color: Reproduced from prints produced by Colorfax
Laboratories, Inc. from original transparencies.
Senior Portraits: Delma Studios. New York, N.Y.
Copyright 1974, Maryland Media, Inc.
Philip C. Geraci for his invaluable advice.
Maryland Media Inc. for its support.
Journalism Department for the use of the offices
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
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
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
James Kennedy Holwager
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