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P WELCOME 1
Dr. Earl Newsom
At a time when many students feel their education has
deteriorated to little more than a dreary cycle of enduring
lectures and banging out what seem to be useless assignments,
there seems to be little hope for the relief that real living
Hour after hour of time devoted to pursuits that seem
clearly unrelated to any possible life or career goal have
dulled the ambitions of even the most dedicated students.
But in the journalism department, a curriculum in the Uni-
versity that does not particularly stand above the general
level of mediocrity, there is at least a sliver of hope for
Dr. Earl Newsom, a professor in the department for 17
years, has devoted most of his efforts not to classroom
education, but to getting both part-time and full-time jobs for
Newsom seems to have realized long ago that any profes-
sion, especially journalism, can not really be learned in the
Consistent with that belief, he has placed hundreds of
University journalism students in summer internships that
gave them their first taste of what it is really like to be a
Through his efforts, many have found jobs in a market that
offers few opportunities even for the most talented.
For his efforts and as a token of appreciation from those
who will be eternally grateful to him, this yearbook is
dedicated to Dr. Earl Newsom.
2 The organization that appears beside a page number has sponsored that page. The Terrapin staff
wishes to thank those who have given us support and urge you to patronize them.
It's a warm spring-like day in College Park. Some lazy
sunshine strands of an AUman Brothers' song seep into your
brain from a nearby dorm stereo. People are running around
in T shirts and cutoffs, laughing, shouting. The grass is warm
under your feet. Suddenly a dizzying longing floods through-
You want to cut class. Run to the mall. Play frisbee till
you're drenched in sweat. Lie in the grass with the httle
circles with their dogs and their guitars. Get stoned and drink
cold beer until you dissolve in the sea of laughing faces.
Above all you want to stay in College Park forever. Forever
immersed in the laughing shouting clusters.
But you go to class. Or if you don't go that day, you go the
next. The course will be completed and you will be three
credits closer to graduation. Memories of many sunny days
urge you to stay somehow. But already a restlessness has
crept over you. Most of the students seem younger and
immature. Your classes are duUer. You've heard it all before, a
thousand times. You know you're treading water. You know
you've got to move on.
And all that will be left to say you were here, all that will
be left of the campus you knew will be a book. A yearbook,
doomed to Ue forgotten on a shelf collecting dust with other
We, the staff of the 1975 Terrapin, have looked through
our shelves. We have resurrected forgotten faces from forgot-
ten yearbooks, interspersed them with ours so you will see
how our pasts intertwine with theirs, as we take our place
next to them on the shelf. We will go forward. We will
change. But here we will be preserved forever the way we
were. Forever. In a book. On a shelf.
Table of Contents
4 The University . . .
209 Senior Directory
2% The history of the Class of 1901
298 The history of the Class of 1975
301 A College Park we'll never know
Congratulations — The Macke Co. 3
The University IS alwayS grOWJllg
Even as this is being written, the face of the University
changes. Machines are at work, crushing Sylvester Hall into
the past and, elsewhere, erecting the Arts and Humanities
building for the future.
To keep up with the incessant increase in students, the
campus spreads, a behemoth devouring College Park and
leaving red brick and white columns in its wake; until
someday all will be one vast University.
And the new buildings sprout up in areas we once thought
filled. They squeeze between old buildings, obliterating lawns,
trees and open space. We watched for four years as first one
then another gaunt, girdiron skeleton appeared forming fore-
shadowing silhouettes against the sky. Then the buildings
were fleshed out by machines with men at their wheels; men
who peered out from under their helmets half-suspiciously,
half-curiously at the students passing by.
Then the windows were put in, then desks, chairs, and
room numbers. Classes were assigned in new smelling class-
rooms. The men and machines disappeared and the buildings
filled with teachers, students and it seems like they've been
there forever. It's seems like there's always been a New
Dining Hall, Zoo/Psych complex. Undergraduate Library,
Student Union movie theater and parking garage. And who
can remember when the west wing of Marie Mount Hall, the
new Chemistry Library, Biochemistry Research Library, the
additions to the Foreign Language and Chemical Engineering
Buildings weren't there?
Now in the works are a new physical education building
and the animal science building. More are planned as there
are more and more students to accommodate.
So before you leave, take a good look, for the university as
we know it will soon be part of the past.
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hands that talk,
hands that soothe,
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Congratulations — The Macke Co. 29
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Table of Contents
overview of campus sports
38, 42, 62
Turkey Thicket club
North CaroUna State
Maryland Old Boys
Old Red club
Although losing virtually the entire team from last spring,
the rugby team had a good season in 1974 despite the
An undefeated season even seemed a possibility, but a
narrow loss to the Maryland Old Boys, a team comprised of
former University ruggers, killed the Terrapins' dreams. The
Terps entered the Washington Sevens tournament and won
two matches before losing to George Washington in the third
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36 Congratulations — The Macke Co.
Congratulations - The Macke Co. 37
If someone had fallen into a deep sleep in
1968 and revived in 1974, that person would
find was almost a complete change in the
campus sports scene.
The most obvious change, of course, is in
the "money sports." No longer was it unusu-
al to see Byrd stadium and Cole Fieldhouse
packed to capacity, as students came in
droves to watch the talents of a Randy
White or a Maurice Howard.
The credit for this must go to University
athletic director Jim Kehoe. It was he who
signed Lefty Driesell, who first sold his sport
with a "V" sign, and later sold it with Len
Elmore and Tom McMillen; Roy Lester, who
recruited many of the Terrapins' recent foot-
ball stars; and Jerry Claiborne, who coached
CONTINUED ON PAGE 42
38 Congratulations — The Macke Co.
Tuborg it's a very good beer 39
War and neutrality
After the news media stopped paying attention to the war
in Indochina, and before the hounds of the press caught the
scent of Watergate, there was a lull, similar to the dead time
in August during a non-election year, when there was no
focus for the writers of interpretive columns.
Normally, these opinion-staters latch onto some trend like
Escalating Violence in American Cinema, As Exemplified By
The Godfather. During that film's heyday as a source of copy,
the phrase "dark side of the American Dream" rolled off the
presses and from the glib tongues of the electronic hacks with
The phrase that filled the post-peace settlement, pre- Wa-
tergate vacuum was the popular New Apathy, as exemplified
by streaking, beer-drinking, more monogamous sex or less
At any rate, the New Apathy as a theme for Op Ed writers,
seems to run along the lines of: "Gee, the college students
don't seem to be in the streets anymore. Have they given up
on trying to change the world? Are the Old Values trium-
phant? Will the Lone Ranger ever show all of his face?"
The truth is, for the majority of the student population, the
New Apathy is the Old Apathy is the Coming Apathy. The
myth of student activism, especially at UM, held that the tail
end of the bruised and battered 60's saw a sudden rise of
conscience and consciousness, which tran.sformed the ivory
tower dwellers into raging revolutionaries, bent on destroying
the old order and replacing it with, depending on one's
perspective. Anarchy, Socialism, Leftist Fascism or Wood-
The savants who saw in the mass demonstrations and
rhetoric evidence of a truly changed youth consciousness
were the same voicers of opinion who thought EMsy Rider a
cinematic expression of true New Cultiu-e. Just as Peter
Fonda's search for America was pure Hollywood, the Revolu-
tion was piu-e Mainstream.
Most of the brothers and sisters who jammed the mall and
40 Tuborg -
it's a very good beer
occasionally Route One were, in spirit, the same boys and
girls who had previously jammed football rallies and who now
jam beer parties — perhaps somewhat more politically aware,
but fundamentally caught up in that old collegiate tribalism
which dictates that All of Us Are Here Together. That the
happy band of brothers and sisters who participated in the
oh- so-euphemistic "riots" of '70 and '71 were part of a
national reaction against an immoral war is only tangential to
the fact of that war. The Revolution gave us a chance to meet
each other, as football games got our older brothers and
sisters together, and beer parties unite our younger siblings.
People go to parties now instead of demonstrations because
parties are what there is to go to. The New Apathy is a
reality only for typewriter solos and microphone pundits.
Tuborg it's a very good beer 41
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 38
Changes have also been made in faciUties — the stadium
track, the soccer field, the scoreboards in Byrd and Cole, the
physical education building and fields.
Yes, there have been many improvements, but there still
are both old and new problems.
Non-revenue sports, traditionally strong at College Park,
appear to be partially declining. Although these "minor"
sports appear healthy, it still is fact that the soccer team has
had a mediocre record two of the last three seasons, or that
the wrestlers lost the Atlantic Coast Conference title for the
first time ever in 1974. Most of the other non-revenue sports
haven't slipped off much, but the day when the Terrapins
could just about rule every non-money sport in the ACC
appears to have passed.
Progress has been made in women's sports at the Univer-
sity; the number of sports in the women's program has risen
to eight, and several of these teams are among the best i'n the
nation — one of the Terrapins' women's basketball games this
year was even nationally televised. But there is still a long
road to hoe, namely discrimination. Women head coaches still
receive less money than male assistants do, and men's teams
still get preferential use of facilities. The sports information
department still relatively ignores women's teams, while cov-
ering all the men's squads completely.
42 Congratulations — The Macke Co.
Congratulations — The Macke Co. 43
The Terrapins surprised the world of cross country in 1974
by registering one of the year's biggest upsets — winning the
Atlantic Coast Conference championship meet.
Duke, conqueror of the Terps in a regular-season dual meet
held in the College Park rain, was a strong favorite to take
the ACC. The Blue Devils also had the advantage of running
the meet at Durham.
But the Terrapins not only upset Duke; they clobbered
them, 29-56. The key to the victory was almost unbelievable
"North Carolina State
Mount St. Mary's
1st place —
ACC championship meet
4th place -
- District 3 meet
— NCAA championship
grouping, for although Duke and North Carolina had the first
two finishers, six of the next seven ruimers wore a Terp
The rest of the season was just as successful, as the dual
meet season included road victories over North Carolina and
Navy. The Terrapins finished fourth in the District 3 meet
and 18th out of 28 teams in the NCAA championships.
CROSS COUNTRY ROSTER
head coach Bob Dean
manager Mitch Dakelman
44 Congratulations — The Macke Co.
Almost all junior varsity or freshman men's intercollegiate
teams have died because of inflation. College Park's lone
remnant JV team is football, and that soon may be gone; the
JV Terrapins played only three games instead of the usual five
in 1974, defeating Villanova and Temple and losing to Duke.
It's a shame, since the JV's play good football at the best
price — free. The team occasionally has to play home games
at the practice field, and when this happens, the spectators
gather on a sideline slope, virtually breathing down the necks
of the visitors' bench. In contrast to Saturday's rituals and
crowds, everything is informal.
Some say JV football is declining because schools can't find
any four-year opponents. Then why not play junior colleges?
A game against Ann Arundel or Montgomery-Rockville might
be a substitute, if only a limited one, for the varsity's inability
to schedule Navy.
jv football: 2-1
JV FOOTBALL ROSTER
head coach Dick Redding
assistant coach Dan Bungori
assistant coach Monte Hinkle
assistant coach Morgan Hout
assistant coach Mike Milillo
assistant coach Ken Scott
assistant coach Randy Troupe
assistant coach Chris Wotell
Don't try to tell a Terrapin soccer fan about the great
advances in the University's athletic program — he or she
won't believe it.
In just six years, the soccer program has plummeted from
national excellence to area mediocrity. In 1968, the Terrapins
defeated perennial power St. Louis; in 1974, the team lost to
George Washington for the first time ever. There were
probably up to a half-dozen teams in the Washington- Balti-
more area that potentially could have conquered the Terps
Nevertheless, the season did have its high points, however
few. Navy and Penn State, two of the top teams in the East,
invaded College Park expecting an easy time. Instead, both
had to settle for ties.
But big wins for the Terrapins failed to materialize; they
seemed content merely not to lose. They compiled the same
number of ties (a school record of five) as wins. Clemson
clobbered the Terps in the season's final game to take their
third consecutive Atlantic Coast Conference title.
soccer : 5-3-5
Towson State 1
Penn State 1
George Washington 2
"North Carolina State 1
46 Omicron 559-5696
TOP ROW: manager Perry Cocke, Gary Ciany, Asim Sengun, Francis Ngoh. Bob Stnithers, Farzin Azarpour, Gonzalo Soto, Jeff Polloway, Dogan
Elvemli, Lery Sims, manager Bob Stroup. MIDDLE ROW: head coacfi Bud Beardmore, assistant coach Mehh Sensoy, George Bennett, Pat
Cunningham, Gus Platsis, Fernando Matinez, Jeff Falana, Omer Pence, Bill Craft, Tom Hall, Wayne Miller, assistant coach Jim Dietsch, assistant
coach Joe Cryan. BOTTOM ROW: Tony Griffith. Warren Kaplan, Neal Gold, David Klein, Larry Stem, Haluk Ulutas, Ecnmient Berilgen, Eric
Packheiser, Dave Bartels, Mike Farrell.
Omicron 559-5696 47
varsity field hockey:]
William & Mary
West Chester State
There were certainly many good
things to come out of the 1974 varsity
field hockey season. The Terrapins won
the Washington area collegiate tourna-
ment at the end of the season, but a tie
was also a high point. West Chester
State, a perennial field hockey power,
was tied, 0-0; this was the Terps' best
showing ever against the Golden Rams.
Five Terrapins made the South-
eastern sectional all-star team and
played in the national tournament held
The JV lost only to West Chester
and Delaware in compiling a 7-2-2
record; the Terps scored 16 goals
VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY ROSTER
head coach Sue Tyler
jv field hockey; 7-2-2
16 Gallaudet H
6 Prince Georges CC 1 A
3 American A
3 Frostburg State 1 A
5 Towson State 2 H
1 Madison H
West Chester State 7 A
Delaware 2 A
1 Salisbury State 1 H
2 Montgomery-Rockville 2 H
5 Mary Washington A
JV nELD HOCKEY ROSTER
JUNIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL
TOP ROW: Tara Heiss, Nancy Carroll, Marilyn Thompson, Maria
Joseph, Cathy Stevenson, Merdedes Baumann. BOTTOM ROW: Kim
Brown, Cindy Leach, Monica Mintz, Margaret Butler, Janet Barrick.
TOP ROW: assistant coach Kathryn Kisabeth, Gail Clark, Jackie Rose,
Lynn Castle, Elaine Fox, Pam Yakely, Page Croyder, head coach Barbara
Drum. BOTTOM ROW: Pat Steyn, Ann Lanphear, Linda Arnold,
Charlene Fischer, Carol Brice, Dinorah Youso.
50 Jodie Kaye
Victories lead to winning season
The Terrapin varsity volleyball team ran off 37 consecutive
victories handing out an impressive 1974 season. Though they
lost their last game in the regional three games in the AIAW
national tournament, they clinched a trip to the West Coast.
It all started with a shakey three-game win over Western
Maryland, but the Terrapins settled down and reeled off
victory after victory, including the Madison and Salisbury
State tournament championships. The team was simply over-
powering, as only six of the Terps' first 35 meets went to a
third game. Towson State couldn't beat the Terps in five tries,
Salisbury State fell victim four times.
The Junior Varsity team compiled a 9-1 season after re-
bounding off a troublesome first game against Western Mary-
Jodie Kaye 51
Gymnasts aim towards regionals
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Gymnastics is the youngest of the 21 University-sponsored
sports teams. In but its second year, it is experiencing the
healthy growth that any parent would be proud of.
At midseason, The Terrapins were 5-1, but head coach
Patricia Long expressed concern that her team would not
qualify for the Eastern Regionals.
"We've been scoring about 65 points a meet," she said. "1
don't know whether that will be enough to qualify. We have
the capacity to score 75 to 80."
Should the Terps not make the regionals, most of their
gymnasts will have another shot next year. There are only
two seniors of the squad of 11, and seven members are
underclassmen. In addition, more and more top high school
gymnasts are considering attending the College Park campus.
The result of all this is that the program should take off
like a rocket. But there is still an identity problem to
overcome, for as Long said, "half the campus doesn't know
TOP ROW: Carol Svec, Jeannie Phelan, Teresa Mosko, Debbie Hutchinson, Peg Green, Carol Phelps, Ellen Rapp, head coach Sue Tyler.
BOTl'OM ROW: Sue Straight, Donna Judge, Sue Abrams, Beth Thompson, Lynn Castle, Pat Sigrist, Chris Klishis.
The 1974 women's varsity lacrosse team ended with a 7-6
record against some of the toughest teams in the nation.
Hopes were high when the Terrapins won their first five
games, including a 7-6 thriller over Mary Washington. But
the Terps were crushed when they visited powerful West
Chester State and Ursinus, beginning a collapse that lasted for
the rest of the season. Only a come-from-behind win against
Penn State and a shutout of outclassed UMBC stemmed the
The junior varsity's record, an apparently average 5-3-1,
included a win over West Chester and a narrow loss to
10 Wilson (Pa.)l
11 Millei^ville (Pa.) State
7 Mary Washington
7 West Chester State
4 Towson State
9 Penn State
6 Towson State
6 Baltimore One club
4 Frostburg State
54 Student Government Association
9 Salisbury State 6 A
4 Catonsville CC 3 H
3 Madison 5 A
13 Mary Washington H
9 West Chester Slate 6 A
2 Ursinus 7 A
7 Towson State 8 A
7 Penn State 2 H
2 Frostburg State 2 A
TOP ROW: Sharon Kunkel, Terry Houston, Patty Holmes, Mary Woodbridge, Karen Hunt, Karen Toll, Ellen McGowan, Nancy Burkley, Sheryl
Masiello, lill Rudy, BOTTOM ROW: Mary Naulty, Faith Coady, Candy Coady, Jackie Rose, Lillian Kraetzer, Karen Sanders, Diana Sullivan.
Student Government Association 55
The most successful sports team on campus plays in relative
It's the women's varsity tennis team, and in 1974 they had
their third undefeated season in the past four years. The
Terrapins have won 42 of their last 43 dual meets.
A 1973 loss to Virginia Commonwealth was avenged, 3-2.
Madison and Penn State were the only other teams to give
the Terps difficulty.
Terp players swept the Metropolitan collegiate titles, Mary
Sullivan winning singles and Kathy Donelan and Anne Poffen-
barger the doubles. Charlene Fischer, playing from first to
fourth singles, ended her four years of intercollegiate tennis
undefeated in regular-season singles competition.
A junior varsity team was formed for two meets and won
them both; some of its members occasionally played for the
TOP ROW: Mary Sullivan, Tricia Johns, Charlene Fischer, head coach Joan
Hull. BOTTOM ROW: Kathy Donelan, Barbara Dexter, Lisa Lichtenstein.
TOP ROW: Anne Poffenbarger, Carol Denham, Brenda Hoelman, Kathy
Szoka. BOTTOM ROW: Harriet Wright, Janet Lisberger, Catherine Porter,
William & Mary
6th place — Middle Atlantic tournament
56 Student Government Association
TOP ROW: Marilyn Simmel, Kim Jones, Marilyn McRoy, Mary Jo King, Page Croyder, Linda Kilpatrick, Jackie Davis, Carolyn McRoy, Renee
DuBois. BOTTOM ROW: head coach Linda Farrah, Aileen Johnson, Ann Bennett, Susan Gagner, Dottie Farmer, Bobby Jones, Rhonda Riden,
Tina Magi, Babs Culbert.
The women's track team received varsity status in 1974,
and subsequently compiled a strong 5-2 record. The only
team to convincingly defeat the Terrapins was AAU cham-
pion Sports International. A one-point loss at Temple marred
an otherwise unbeaten record against collegiate teams.
The future appears good, since most of the team's key
personnel were freshmen. Three of them — Marilyn McRoy,
Dottie Farmer, and Page Croyder — had a helping hand in all
six events won at the Maryland invitational, where the Terps
competed against some of the East's top squads.
women's track: 5-2
Sports International club
Student Government Association 57
TOP ROW: Nina Padilla, Jean Bissell, Karen Jolin, Maureen McGowan, Donna Judge, Carol Serini. SECOND ROW: manager Sharon Sldnner, Gail
Wilhelm, Chris Fircho, Patty O'Neill, Carol Schmidt, Diana Sullivan, Bev Hemphill. THIRD ROW: head coach Joy Freundschuh, Ann Nichols,
Betsy Mahaney, Diane Crichton, Ellen Wolk, Audrey Nasoff, Josie Price. BOTTOM ROW: Sharon Cleary, Karen Goerke, Sharon Chaitt, Carol
Rowe. NOT SHOWN: Eileen McGowan, Teresa Bethke, assistant coach Lisa Papa.
Splitting its home meets between Preinkert and Cole Field
House pools, the women's swimming team showed a great
deal of promise. In the early going of the season, the
Terrapins were not especially impressive in dual meets, but
the did have outstanding individual performances, and it
seemed but a matter of time before everything would come
into place for a success in dual meet competition.
A turnout of approximately two dozen swimmers assured
head coach Joy Freimdschuh of some team depth, and good
women's JV basketball team
TOP ROW: Mary Abel, Velvet Somerville, Carol Davies, Cassie Campbell, Joyce Jenkins, Grace Gelletly, Maria Joseph, Karen Hocking, Bobbi
Haulthouse, Tee Honeycutt, Pat Daley, head coach Chris Weller. BOTTOM ROW; Nadine Thompson, Sheila Riley, Bridget Bayly, Kit Pardee,
Colleen Nolan, Barb Prescop, Karen Santone, Debbie Geter.
The women of the Terrapin Basketball team came against
strong opposition, but still showed their strength as a well-
developing team with an abundance of talent.
Angela Scott and Linda Arnold made up a sizable and
effective front line, while Anne Poffenbarger, Monica Rogers
and Margie Fox could hit from either long or short distances.
Head coach Dorothy McKnight could use her bench without
worry, as all of her players were well conditioned.
A scarlet tornado ravaged Western Maryland, 86-29. The
beat went on at Frostburg State, as a 35-point streak put the
Terps over 100 points for the first time in school history, 102-
This was the first year that women's collegiate basketball
was televised, though the Terps were stunned by Phila-
delphia's Immaculata, 80-48. But with the addition of the
televised viewing of games, brought an interest in the
women's basketball team.
Australia's national all-stars nearly turned the tables on the
Terps at Cole when they hit 99 points compared to the home
team's 47. But the Southern Hemisphere visitors were more
experienced than the Terps, who merely became another
victim on their tour of America.
In the coming years, women's basketball will become more
pronounced as a team sport, and the strength of the women's
basketball team will play an important part in its happening.
women 's varsity basketball team
Mike Papenberg tied with Bob Basloe
Phi Delta Theta
James Glascock tied with
1 John Hollingsworth
Delta Sigma Phi
(Tau Epsilon Phi)
Ellicott C (metropolitan
D.C. extramural champion)
(Sigma Alpha Epsilon)
(Delta Sigma Phi)
(Sigma Alpha Epsilon)
(Pi Kappa Alpha)
(Sigma Alpha Epsilon)
(Alpha Tau Omega)
Earth, Wind & Fire
(Phi Kappa Sigma)
Delta Sigma Phi
(Tau Epsilon Phi)
Phi Delta Theta
Earth, Wind & Fire
Bearded Clam Chowder
Sigma Alpha Mu
Phi Epsilon Pi)
Phi Sigma Delta
Delta Sigma Phi
Phi Sigma Delta
Phi Delta Theta
(Sigma Alpha Epsilon)
(Tau Epsilon Phi)
(Delta Sigma Phi)
(Delta Sig^na Phi)
(Alpha Tau Omege)
(Phi Delta Theta)
(Alpha Gamma Rho)
Kappa Kappa Gamma tied with Centreville North II
Chris Mac Askill & Pat McKinney
(Kappa Kappa Gamma)
Centreville 7 & 8
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Joni Sharpe & Carolyn Geter
(Kappa Kappa Gamma)
Mary Lou Milloy
(La Plata 8)
Pam Yakely &
cross country (held
by men's intramural)
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Mary Lou Milloy
Jim Kennedy &
Shelly Laproff &
The men's basketball season emerged with a new image on
the court. Coach Lefty Driesell, looking for a new winning
combination with the graduation of All-Americans Tom
McMillan and Len Elmore, went back to his recruiting ways,
and came up with revamped offense altogether.
With a returning backcourt of AU-American John Lucas
and Mo Howard, Driesell added a third guard, freshman Brad
Davis and thus popularized the three-guard offense.
Lucas last year's scoring leader, was put out of action in
the team's first game against Wake Forest. And though he
returned in time for the UCLA-Terp final to the Maryland
Invitational Tournament at Christmas, it wasn't enough to
keep the Terps from losing their first MIT, 81-75.
Davis, who at 6-3 played center for his high school team at
Monaca, Pa., showed great poise and speed, taking over the
point position from Lucas. Flashy passing and playmaking
made Davis an integral part of a team which knocked off
archrivals North Carolina State, twice, including a one-point
squeaker in Raleigh, 98-97, when Davis hit a jump shot with
just three seconds remaining.
Howard's finest game was a 29-point showing in the second
N.C. State game. Though shadowed throughout his career by
the presence of the stellar Lucas, Howard blocked several
shots to key the victory, and killed the Pack with his shooting
from the floor.
Though a question mark before the season, Tom Roy came
on to more than do justice to Elmore's old position. His
dominance of the boards against Notre Dame, and his re-
bounding against the Wolfpack, despite his early dismissal
from that one-point second game, showed he had made the
transition from forward and done it well.
After an excellent showing against N.C. State in the ACC
finals last year, Owen Brown was expected to carry the brunt
of the work at forward when Driesell went to the three-
guard. Despite some weak showing. Brown often ignited the
Terps with short jumpers from the lane, and helped seal
State's doom with 23 points in Raleigh.
To spell Tom Roy at center, Driesell used Cfiris Patton,
another freshman. Patton was put into this position after the
disappointing loss of Moses Malone. At 6-11, Patton supplied
height and rebounding, and exhibited a fine shooting touch.
Though slowed by a painful knee injury, Patton is expected to
the number one man in the pivot next season.
Driesell's third recniit, 6-6 John Newsome, saw some action
at forward, playing behind Owen Brown and Steve Sheppard.
Newsome showed instinctive abilities with the ball, but was
not strong defensively. As a freshman, though, he has time to
Sheppard was Driesell's other unknown quantity. A strong
6-6 forward, Sheppard was a starter early in the season, later
becoming the sixth man when Driesell opened with the three-
guard offense. His inside play and rebounding were in-
strumental in several Terp wins.
Senior tricaptain Billy Hahn saw little action games, but
was a great asset to the Terps for his knowledge of the game,
and for his leadership. John Boyle, the team's only walk-on
and a product of nearby Gonzaga high school, also spend
great quantities of time on the bench, but like Hahn, became
a favorite with the crowds in Cole fieldhouse.
A 103-85 trouncing of N.C. State provided the team with
its first high point of the year. But after defeats at the hands
of Clemson and North Carolina, the Terps sallied down
Tobacco Road and beat the Wolfpack in Reynolds Coliseum,
breaking their 36-game winning streak at home. In three
previous years, the Terps had been unable to beat State in
For the first time in many years, the Terrapins won the
ACC conference title. But in the ACC tournament at Green-
sboro, State turned the tide with an 87-85 upset of the top-
seeded Terps. Washington D.C.'s Kenny Carr made a three-
point play with one second left to spoil the Terps comeback
which saw them overcome a 15-point deficit to take an 85-84
lead with nine seconds left to play.
Although the Terrapins were again denied a chance to win
the ACC crown for the first time since 1958, the newly
expanded 52-team format, and the winning of the conference
title, enabled the team to participate in the Midwest Region-
TOP ROW: head coach Charles "Lefty Driesell, assistant coach Howard White, Brad Davis, John Lucas, Mike Cherry, Maurice Howard, Bill
Hahn, assistant coach Dave Pritchett, assistant coach Joe Harrington, trainer J.J. Bush. BOTTOM ROW: Steve Sheppard, John Newsome, Chris
Patton, Owen Brown, Tom Roy, John Boyle, manager John Pavlos.
Terps beat N.C State 103-85 -
a turning point
Bringing in some potentially talented freshmen to give
strength to the Terrapin wrestling team was a wise move by
head coach Sully K rouse.
The Terps, at times starting as many as five freshmen, have
displayed fine talent, only a forfeit preverted them from
upsetting powerful Navy. On the other hand, the Terps have
been plagued with losses to Pittsburgh and North Carolina
State. The upset by the Wolfpack was only the second time
in Atlantic Coast Conference history that the Terps had been
beaten in a dual meet.
There were still several fine veterans such as Greg Filipos
and Tyrone Neal, but for the most part, the team is in-
experienced and needs just a httle more seasoning to turn
things around. As proof, three of the Terrapins' early-season
dual meets were one-point losses.
TOP ROW: assistant coach John McHugh, head coach William Krouse, A.J. Richards, Bill Ellis, Nick Hanley, Brad Dunlap, Fetch Gibbons, Tyrone
Neal, Kevin Johnson, manager Don Wheatly, manager Abby Hoffman, assistant coach Kevin Keams. SECOND ROW: Butch Reid, Rick Intellini,
Duke Beattie, Bill Boykin, Rich Gottlick, Steve Heger, Steve Hogg, Bert Lauble. THIRD ROW: Mark Camasta, I>3n Stalnaker, Scott Turkel, Ken
Vaughn, Dave Specian, Scott Mullens, Ed Nolan, Ray Zarahawitz. BOTTOM ROW: Leon Via, John Girsch, Darwin Stalhaker, Mike Meko Brian
WeUs, Bill Schoy, Greg Filipos.
With the coming of a new coach, the Terrapin track team
found themselves on the road to the NCAA's.
Costello, and effective coach and recruiter, has put a goal
on turning College Park into a national track power, not just
a regional one. His era began when several of his Terrapins
competed in the CYO invitational indoor meet.
The meet, the fifth run of the meet in Cole Fieldhouse, was
held January 10 before over 11,700 track fans. Marty Liquori
and Steve Prefontaine provided the excitement, as both ran
sub-four-minute miles; Liquori's late charge on the last lap of
the lfi2 mile track gave him a 3:57.7, eight yards ahead of
Dwight Stones attempted to set a world high jump record,
but missed 7'5" in each of his three tries. Stones instead had
to settle for a winning jump of 7'31/2".
As far as the Terrapins were concerned, several put on
good performances. Drew Herndon cleared 16'6" in the pole
vault, while freshman Brian Melly high jumped 6'10" before
missing all three attempts at seven feet.
A week later, Costello's team visited Annapolis to take on
Navy, winner of it's last 26 indoor meets. Quite a few track
buffs thought the Terps could end the Middies' string of
What nobody expected was a virtual Terp domination, but
it happened as Navy went down 80-38. The University team
controlled nearly all phases of competition.
With this behind them, the team seemed a sure bet to
pocket its 20th consecutive Atlantic Coast Conference title
when the ACC's took place in Cole Feildhouse.
TOP ROW: assistant coach Pete McGrain, Rick Tompkins, A.J. Ferguson, Steve Schmidt, Garry Duschl, Casey Campbell, Ed Gurka, Mickey
Goodner. SECOND ROW: assistant coach Charlie Hoffman, diving coach Tom Griffiths, Art Kenney, Dave Crawford, Martin Hart, Bob Lynes,
Bob Hassett, Sid Burkot, Tom Sheldon, Scott Schively. THIRD ROW: manager Hugh Sale, Rick Denise, Bucky Clemson, John Pyle, Matt Glenn,
Jim O'Connor, Tom Zonarich, Mark Rodgers, head coach Bill Campbell. BOTTOM ROW: Tom Cullinane, John Wolsh, Mike McGee, Tony Reino,
Terry Schrider, Tom Killion, Barry Hartwyk, Chuck Wight.
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The group head coach Bill Campbell greeted in September
consisted of 12 freshmen, 10 sophomores, and only eight
upperclassmen. However, the men's swimming team (or possi-
bly the "coed" swim team insomuch as Terry Schrider, a
sophomore woman, competed for the divers,) has shown signs
of future development into one of the Terrapins' finest squads.
Through the Villanova meet, the Terps were 7-4, losing to
Atlantic Coast Conference powers North Carohna State and
North Carolina and Eastern toughies Navy and Villanova.
Both of the latter two meets, though, were within the Terps'
grasp imtil the final event.
The Terps continued a University tradition by visiting State
College, Pa. and taking home the Perm State Relays cham-
pionship for the sixth time in the relays' six-year history.
Such performances from what is considered to be a green
squad certainly lends optimism to Terrapin fans.
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TOP ROW: assistant coach Dick Redding, assistant coach Terry Strock, assistant coach Gib Romaine, assistant coach Jerry Eisaman, assistant coach
Gothard Lane, assistant coach John DevUn, assistant coach Joe Krivak, assistant coach Tom Groom, assistant coach George Foussekis, assistant
coach Jake Hallum, assistant coach Thom Park. SECOND ROW: John Nash, John Zemhelt, Chip Garber, Jim Hagen, Eric Brubaker, Randy White,
Stan Rogers, Bill Murrow, Tim Barge, Joe Younge, Larry Dick, Barry Thomasson, Harry Walters, Mike Pelando, Ricardo Soto. THIRD ROW: Bob
Avellini, George Shinda, Ralph Fisher, Bill Evans, Joe Brancato, Steve Zannoni, Don Rhodes, Joe Campbell, Larry Seder, Larry Peterson, Rick
Jennings, Dan Foster, Marion Koprowski, Russ LaHayne. FOURTH ROW: Jim Brechbiel, Ben Kinard, Steve Mike-Mayer, Ed Fulton, Jonathan
Claiborne, Doug Harbert, Mike Sochko, like Miller, Joe Baccala, Chuck White, Tom Scarbath, David Conrad, Harry Ilardo, Gene Ochap, Bill
Fotta. FIFTH ROW: Tom Schick, John Schultz, Kim Hoover, Mike Cielensky, Ken Roy, Rick Schmaltz, Leon Harris, Bob Schwartz, Ted Haube,
Milt Gardner, Bill Brown, Joe North, Bob Raba, Derick Harris, Jeff Kelly. SIXTH ROW: Larry Stocks, Phil Waganheim, Tom Randazzo, Jim
Richey, Paul Divito, Kevin Benson, Geralk Inman, Pete Zachary, Dan DeCarlo, Richark Cozzi, Bob Smith, Bob Lange, Pat Ulam, Tim Wilson,
Leroy Hughes. BOTTOM ROW: Rod Sharpless, Dave Visaggio, coach Jerry Claiborne, Frank Romano, John Vesce, Guy Deitz, Louis Carter,
Walter White, Alan Bloomingdale. NOT PICTURED: Bradd Carr, Vince Kinney, Mark Manges, Ernie Salley, Ed Serembus, Jack Sharkey, John
Stanford, Mike Yeates.
A 56-13 romp over Duke University in Norfolk's Oyster
Bowl clinched the first outright ACC football championship
in Maryland's history. It took seven coaches 21 years to
accomplish the feat while copping the Terrapins' second
consecutive bowl bid. Though they lost the Liberty Bowl to
Tennessee, both wire service polls ranked the team 13th. An
advance of several notches over the 1973 standing.
The season's highpoint was the team's 20-10 win over
North Carolina State before 50,000 spectators at Byrd Sta-
dium; this put the Terrapins in the driver's seat for the ACC
The four losses (Alabama, Florida, Penn State, and Ten-
nessee) that the Terrapins acquired were at the hands of long-
established football powers and by only a touchdown or less.
The Terps fall campaign was led by Sporting News "Coach of
the Year" Jerry Claibume, Outland Trophy winner Randy
White and several other all-star seniors.
"North Carolina 12
"North Carolina State 10
Penn State 24
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1974 Terrapin baseball was uninspiring as the team posted
a 12-16-1 record. A southern road trip which opened the
season set the tone for the rest of the year, and a weak
pitching staff gave coach Jack Jackson fits right through the
Atlantic Coast Conference tournament.
The Terps returned from the South with a 4-8 record and
couldn't play .500 ball the rest of the way, despite playing
most of their remaining games at Shipley field. A four-game
losing streak in late April demoralized the team, and Virginia
shut out the Terrapins at Duke in the first roimd of ACC
baseball: 12-16-1 1
Jacksonville (Ala.) State
Jacksonville (Ala.) State
"North Carolina State
A (13 inn.)
A (14 inn.)
"North Carolina State
Duke (ACC tour.)
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Frustration, no stranger to campus sports teams, hit men's la-
crosse in 1974, as they couldn't defend the NCAA title won the
John Hopkins, similarly frustrated by the Terrapins in 1973,
turned the tables. The Blue Jays took both the traditional regular-
season finals and the NCAA finals, 17-13 and 17-12. The only other
team to beat the Terps was the Maryland lacrosse club, an 8-7
overtime winner in the Hero's tournament finals.
The high point of the season came when Virginia, then rated the
nation's second best team,invaded Byrd stadium. The Cavaliers
were humiliated 25-13, as the Terrapins won the Atlantic Coast
Conference championship on regional television. Midfielder Frank
Urso and attackman Pat O'Meally, with seven and five goals each,
led the team.
Urso was the season's top scorer with 62 points and 22 assists;
O'Meally led the Terps in goals with 41.
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men's lacrosse: 12-3 |
16 "North Carolina
Catonsville CC (Hero's tour.)
12 Washington College
Catonsville CC (Hero's tour.)
7 Maryland lacrosse club
Catonsville CC (Hero's tour.)
12 Washington College
A (called in 3rd quar., bad
25 Mt. Washington club
15 Tobay club
12 Johns Hopkins
H (NCAA quarterfinals)
H (NCAA semifinals)
"ACC Johns Hopkins
Rutgers (NCAA finals)
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TOP ROW: assistant coach Fred Kramer, assistant coach Doug Schreiber, assistant coach Rennie Smith, head coach Bud Beardmore, assistant
coach Kurt Kimball, assistant coach Jim Dietsch, SECOND ROW: statistician Ellen McGowan, Bert Olsen, Mark Tally, Dave Bartels, Steve
McLaughlin, statistician Sue Baum, THIRD ROW: trainer Jim Weir, Lin Wellander, Andy Thompsom, Harmon Levine, Kevin Boland, Mark
Bethmann, Mike Farrell, Bob Mitchell, Tim Goertemiller, FOURTH ROW: Brooks Sleepers, Tim O'Meally, Ed Mullens, Roger Tuck, Frank Urso,
Mike Hynes, Gary Glatzel, Bill Gould, BOTTOM ROW: Jake Reed, Gavin Stringer, Dino Mattessich, Pat O'Meally, Doug Radebaugh, Art
Seekamp, Dave Dempsey, Dave Hallock, Stephen Adamo, Gary Niels.
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TOP ROW: assistant coach Stan Pitts, assistant coach Frank Costello, head coach Nick Kovalakides, assistant coach Dick Drescher, assistant coach
Bob Dean SECOND ROW: Jeff Smith. Chris Proch, Kevin McGarry, Steve Heibein, Bill Ham, Al Naylor, Tom DriscoU, Mike Remus THIRD
ROW: Dan Glass, Glenn Perlman, Nelson Hagy, John Kumm, Dave Watt, Robbie Andrews, Doug Drabkowski, Bob Walden, Ken Quazza, Fred
Firsching, John Berry FOURTH ROW: Peter Gleason, Brad Turley, Jim Kirby, Mark Gawron, Mark Goodrich, Paul Fatseas, Larry Long, John
Davenport, Marty Schoenbloer, Greg Comwell, Russ Rankin FIFTH ROW.Tom Giroux, Jack Coffey, Rod Cupka, Tom GottemoUer, Bill
Ohlmacher, Joe Carr, Tom Gwaltney, Jeff Nichols, GerardCarey, Tony Gamer, Jim Kenney, John Meehanx, SIXTH ROW: statistician Shari
Dimmitt, Scott Comwell, Kevin Conheeney, Benny Greaux, John O'Keefe, Mike Johnson, Roy Witaker, Al Hamlin, Nick Basciano, Tom
Auchincloss, statistician Lynn Matthews, SEVENTH ROW: manager Mitch Dakelman, Al Pisciotta. Lee Span, Rick Ford, Drew Hemdon, Mark
Jankovitz, Kevin Larkin, Jerry Kelly, David Webster, Jerry Turi, manager Tim Fields, ROTTOM ROW: Dan Rincon, Ed Bailor, Brian Bozzone,
George Kallas, Greg Lardieri, Andy Bilmanis, Bill Goodman, Don Fisher, John Leedy, Bill Brozey, NOT SHOWN: Jamie Gildard, Rick Jennings
men's track: 0-1
Atlantic Coast relays (non-scoring)
Colonial relays (non-scoring)
Georgetown Invitational (non-scoring)
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Penn relays (non-scoring)
1st Place — ACC championships
Terrapin Invitational ( non-scoring)
If one considers dual meets the only standard of success, then the
men's outdoor track team, a loser to Navy in its only dual meet,
had a poor year in 1974.
But such an observation would be deceiving, since coaches today
prefer to run their teams in large relays or invitationals and thus
hold fewer dual meets. 1974 was an exciting year for the Terrapins,
and here's why:
The University led North Carolina in the race for the Carmichael
cup, annual symbol of overall Atlantic Coast Conference athletic
supremacy, by just half a point with one event to be held outdoor
track. The conference meet, moreover, was being held at Chapel
As has been the case in every ACC track championship from
1956 on, though, the Terps more than met the challenge. The Tar
Heels were overwhelmed 127-52, giving the Carmichael cup to
College Park for the first time since 1970 and permitting both the
graduating seniors and head coach Nick Kovalakides to go out on
What must especially encourage incoming coach Frank Costello
is that underclassmen accoimted for over two-thirds of the Terra-
pins' point total at Chapel Hill. Sophomore sprinter Nick Basciano
himself contributed 1.3 V2.
Another sophomore, Al Hamlin, received national attention dur-
ing the season with his "flip," or somersault, method of long-
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William & Mary
"North Carolina State
— ACC championships
Head Coach Doyle Royal, Brian Lee, John Lucas, Larry Lefcort, Bill Ward, Bob Garmany, Fred
Winckelmann, Richard Bernstein, Howard Nelson, David Pessin
The men's tennis team in 1974 had basically the same problem that has been plaguing them for the past ten years —
inability to regularly beat Atlantic Coast Conference competition.
But the Terrapins did breaze through the non-conference portion of their schedule to post a 12-4 overall record. It
was their 25th consecutive winning season.
Two sophomores, John Luc3« and Fred Winckelmann, were the Terps' top players. Lucas took the ACC singles
championship, while he and Winckelmann had to settle for second place in ACC doubles after winning the title the
Bob Garmany and Brian Lee were finalists in ACC second doubles competition.
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TOP ROW: Bart Lyon, Jay WilhanLs, Bob Buyd, Mike Pr^tt, Cieorge .\larucci, Hoger Siiiipkiiii, Thuma-s Miller, John Hanna,
Jim Urie, Bill Calhoun, Head Coach Dave Sigier. BOTTOM ROW: Van Silver, Mike Ferrell, Bruce Carter, Ed Voccalo, Bruce
Shaver, Mike Occi, Tighe Merkert, Ray Massing, Mark Diley, Randy Hoffman.
The golf team had a typical year in 1974. Although
finishing with a 5-1 dual meet record, the Terrapins had to
settle for fourth place in the tough Atlantic Coast Confer-
However, the Terps could take some solace in an early-
season defeat of conference foe Wake Forest, the 1974
NCAA champions. The Deacons were taken by one stroke
at the snow-shortened Iron Duke tournament in Durham;
it was the team's first victory over Wake Forest since 1965.
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382 "North Carolina State
2 ^ "Wake Forest
9th Place Palmetto tour.
1st Place Iron Duke tour.
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1st Place Maryland spring cla.ssic
4th Place ACC tour.
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114 Dance Marathon
118 Student Union Movie
119 Company Cinematheque
120 Television Studios
122 Lasar Sculpture
126 College Park
Congratulations - The Macke Co. 97
Louise Gwen Olexik
Marian Fran Cheyfitz
Estelle Vicki Van Grack
Tom Reid Sasser
Richard Jed Springfield
Harold Jerry Pagliari
98 Coy Harris
UNCLE JOCKO Artie Skinvnerhorne*
GEORGE Bill Hull in
CLARENCE and his kazoo Kevin Miller
BALLOON GIRL Haryann Jones
BABY LOUISE Cheryl Gladnan
BABY JUNE Joy B rode r i ck
ROSE Roz Cohen
POP Al Ian Steinhorn
NEWSBOYS Jay Broderick. Jeff Cohen, Kevin Glainan
WEBER Steve Had ley
HERB IE Jed Springfield
LOUISE Cathy Hoi z
JUNE Kathleen Grennon
TULSA Christopher L indstrom
YONKERS Al Ian Shapiro**
L.A Robert Judson
ANGIE Jeff Rathner
KRINGELEIN Bradford Watkins*
MR. GOLOSTONE Jerry Pagliari
MISS CRATCHITT Shirley Bonnell*
FARMBOYS Robert Judson. Kevin McDonagh, Jerry Pagliari.
Jeff Rathner, Allan Shapiro**
AGNES Dierdre Suddeth
MARJORIE MAY.» Peggy Long
DOLORES Brenda Bri lliant
THELMA Karen Decker
EDNA Mary Jane Re illy
RITA Kathy Kogge*
COW Cathy Holz, Karen Bowie*
PASTEY Jerry Pagliari
TESSIE TURA Carol Ostrinsky
HA2EPPA Oenise Patterson
CIGAR Al Ian Shapiro**
ELECTRA Shirley Bonnel 1*
MINSKY GIRLS Lisa Bersbach, Abby Davis, Kathy Kogge-
Monica Sims, Cindy S irk in
RENEE Karen Bowie*
PHIL Steve Had ley
BOUGERON-COCHON Bradford Uatkins*
MOTHERS Lisa Bersbach, Monica Sims
ROOMERS Steve Had ley, Monica Sims, Mary Jane Reil ly
STAGEHAND Bill Mul lin
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Getting it together for
ONE FLEW OVER THE
Some plays from the past
"And now, heeere's Dickie!"
A change of pastimes
Not so long ago the phrase "Let's go get a couple of sixes"
was a quaint reminder around these parts of days gone by.
Anyone who said it seriously was a social reactionary, in-
stantly branded a "straight". No self-respecting student would
be caught dead at a concert, party or demonstration without
his or her little leather pouch of earthly delights. And for
special at-home entertaining, chic hosts and hostesses had
some "really good stuff and huge bongs or pipes more
intricate than bathroom plumbing.
But there are fewer and fewer illegal smiles these days.
Grass is fast losing status. Data collected by the University of
Maryland Counseling Center over the past four years show
that although more freshmen in '74 than ever before had
sampled the weed, fewer were frequent tokers.
Booze, however, showed an increase all around, from beer
to hard stuff. The once really wrecked masses started turning
up and getting drunk at cocktail parties, that peculiar in-
stitution of our parents. The roach clip lost out to the cork
screw for party paraphernalia. Never mind your perfectly
rolled joint, how's your Bloody Mary?
Why the sudden switch back to good ol' alcohol? It
probably has something to do with pot being too closely
aligned to the student radicalism of the 60's. Juice has more
connection with the nostalgia backlash that's seeped through
the nation like leaky Coca-Cola, leaving sticky and sugary
traces even on college campuses.
Longing for the good old days (which most of us can't even
remember) probably has something to do with the hard times
that've hit everyone. Also Uquor is cheaper per capita; more
high for your dollar. Not many can afford Acupulco Gold
these days while everyone can buy a fifth of Almaden, and
what's more — knows where to find it.
Plus, and a big plus at that, the recent wave of busts in and
around the university community have scared many would-be
lawyers and doctors into flushing away their stashes. It's not
the first time terrorist tactics on campus have yielded results.
Sociologists could probably list many more reasons for the
switch. But for us, let it suffice to say to the classes of the
Fiesta in Cole
Elvis Presley-Fieldhouse Rock
Student Government Association 107
108 Athletic Department
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Bill and Taffy
is a time to be yourself
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114 Athletic Department
The 52 hour
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From dances to mixers
The two best bets around . . .
Student Union Theater
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"Some of the programs we watch on
television are made by students in
120 Mike Dumonceau
Mike Dumonceau 121
122 Student Government Association
Rockne Krebs — Laser Sculpture
Student Government Association 123
The big move
124 Mike Kadecik
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Mike Kadlecik 125
The sights and sounds of College Park
126 Congratulations - The Macke Co.
Congratulations — The Macke Co. 127
ON A ROLL
ONE MEANS MORE
ORANGE JUICE 20
Tomato Juice 20
THIS STORE OPEN
24 HOURS A DAY
CHICKEN NOODLE * '
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GEORGE WILSON CAIRNES, 2nd Lieutenant Co. C Jarretlsuilte.
Secretary of the V. M. C. A.; Manager of ;iul Team, i-ool Hall :
Assistant Business Manager " Reveille."
"I'll speak to thee in silence. " — Cymbeline.
"He sat and bleared his eyes with books.' ' — Longfeltou).
.llitii " Bonnie." The snbject of the sketch was born at Jarrettsville. July
29tli, 1S82; attended the Academy at this place until he had almost
finished tlie eiKhth grade, after which he applied him.self diligently
on his fatlier's farm. In the fall of i.SyS he entered the Freshman class of
the M. A. C.
He is about five feet eight inches high, very slender, noted for
his physical strength, a man of extraordinary determination, very hard to
discourage, and seldom speaks, unles,s he ha.s something to say that is
deserving of the hearer's attention.
As a conunissioned othcer he is liked by the student body and is held
in the best of esteem by his company.
He has l)een an industrious student in the Mechanical Department
and has stopi)ed at nothing but success. He has lieen au active worker in
the Y. M. C. A., holding offices for the last two years.
He is a musician, and is noted for his deep baritone voice, which
holds the same under all conditions.
Harvey "Chuckles" Ritterbaum
President; Students Socialist Party
"Chuckles", a graduate of the University of Maryland, was born in downtown Baltimore on the 25th of
December; probably one of the reasons for the hearty chuckle he displays when himiored.
Chuckles worked at a local gas station during his high school years to pay for his life necessities: a car, a tape
deck, a stereo, and of course spare change for dates.
He is about 6'2" and a stocky size, weighing about 210 lbs. He was an avid reader in his younger years.
Among his favorite works are the July 72 issue of Playboy and the Harvard Lampoon.
He is a very amiable person and gets along well with the rest of the student body he knows and associates
with. Living on campus all four years of his education, he is a typical Maryland student. A normal day on
campus is one of early rising to go to classes, hanging out at the favorite spot, flirting with the girls, toking up,
and of course studying. His parents are very happy with his success at school and are very happy with the job he
has landed as a toy-tester after graduation.
R. Dean Ainshe
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Nancy Hearn Aronson
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Cheryl Mc Adams
Mary Jane McCoy
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Karen Pet raids
N. Warren Righter
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Lou Anne Schilling
192 Robert Sherbow
Carol Ann Schoenwetter
Robert Sherbow 193
194 Nancy Lynch
Perly Pagal 195
R. Kirk Smith
196 Nelson Poon
Willis Lee Spann
Haniet Every 197
Elizabeth St. John
198 Samuel Catling
Naomi Haber 199
Jeffrey Van Grack
Frederic Van Valkenburg
Frank Fierskin 201
M. Chris Walter
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Playing tricks on you?
Over the past four years your roomies did it to
you, the computers did it to you, and so did your
instructors. Now it's our turn.
If you didn't find your picture earlier you might
be in this section; and, if you're not here you were
probably in the portrait camera that was stolen.
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208 Congratulations: Summit Chemical Corporation
Abcrcromhie, Marianne, Baltimore, Md.
Abudu, Femi, Tajucleey, Washington D.C.,
Chemistry, International Club, Soccer
and Volleyball, Student Member of
American Society for Medical Technology
and the Maryland Society for Medical
\cevedo, Eduardo, Baltimore, Md., Engineering.
Ackerman, Lisa, Teaneck, N.J., Math Education,
Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Pi
Ackennan, Suzanne D, Chevy Chase, Md.,
Psychology, Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi
Kappa Phi, PACE.
Acty, Audria, Capitol Heights, Md., Co-
chairman of Minority Health Pre-
Professional Society, BSU, OMSE, PACE.
Adebiy, Tajudeen, Adepemi, Laurel, Md.,
Banking & Finance.
Aellen, John, P, College Park, Md., Resource
Economics, Ski Club.
Aiken, Beverly, I, Washington D.C.
Ain.Me, R., Dean, Glenside, Pa., EngUsh,
Wrestling, Campus Crusade for Christ
Akers, Brenda, Pasadena, Md., Costume Design,
Commuter Peer Counselor.
Akinghala, Olusola, IBadan, Nigeria, Agronomy,
Akuma, Eleanya A, Hyattsville, Md., General
Alexander, Karen, College Park, Md., Housing,
Pi Beta Phi, Panhellenic Social &
Alexiou, Lillian P, Oxon Hill, Md., Art History.
Alexis, Niki, J, College Park, Md.
Allen, Sylvia, C, Baltimore, Md.
Alpert, Stisan, D,Bethesda, Md, Biochemistry,
Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Beta Kappa, General
Alston, Joan, Washington D.C, General Studies.
Alter, Jane, East Meadow, N.Y., General Studies,
Alpha Epsilon Phi — Secretary, Pan
Hellenic Rep., PACE, HELP Center,
Volunteer American Cancer Society &
Altiere, Frederick, J, II, Clinton, Md., General
Amann, Katherine. M, Landover Hills, Md.,
Joumahsm, Tau Beta Sigma, Marching
Ammenhauser, William. Oxon Hill, Md.,
Personnel & Labor Relations.
Amsel, Susan, Silver Spring, Md., Fashion
Design, Delta Phi Epsilon.
Anders, Carol. Lutherville, Md., Studio Art.
Andersen, Walter, Greenbelt, IMd., Math.
Anderson, Jr., Raytnond, V, Bowie, Md., General
Business, Flying Club — Secretary.
Anderson, Vicky, L, Bladensburg. Md.,
Chemistry, Alpha Lambda Delta.
Angleineyer, Donna, Palmvra, Pa., FMCD,
Secretary- Treasurer St. Marys Dorm.
Ansel, Stisan, Woodmere, N.Y., Textiles &
Aqua, Joseph, L-Riverdale, Md., Botany,
Commuter Peer Couaselor.
Arnold, Allyn. J, Lutherville, Md., Journalism, Pi
Beta Phi, Summer Diamondback,
Graduate School Chronicle, Marching
Band — Color Guard, Co-captain, Public
Relations Student Society of America,
Social Action Committee, Newman
Center, Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent.
Aronson, Nancy. Heam, Silver Spring, Md.,
English, Sigma Kappa, Diamondback.
Arthur, George, F K, Washington D.C,
Economics, Vice-President Organization
of African Students, Member Int.
Atkins, Leslie, Baltimore, Md., History &
English, Phi Alpha Theta, Mortar Board,
WMUC — Business Manager, Calvert
Literary Magazine, Dorm Treasurer.
Auerhach, David, Silver Spring, Md., Psychology,
Psi Chi, HELP Center, Free University.
Axon, James, W, Silver Spring, Md, Sociology.
Axon, Patricia. C, Silver Spring, Md., Math.
Ayeah, Philip. N. Adelphi, Md., EDAD.
Baer, Barbara, Baltimore, Md, Family Studies,
President Caroline Hall, RHA Legislator,
Baer, Jamie-Beth. Bowie, Md, English. John
Marshall pre-law Honorary.
Bahnick, Joan, Crofton, Md., French, Swim
Team Timer, French Club.
Baker, Rex, M, Baltimore, Md, RTVF, Black
Writers Workshop, "Just Us" Drama
Troupe, Pamoja Ebony Choir, "Assassins"
Baker, Robert, E, Easton, Md., Recreatiori, Phi
Beta Sigma, Recreation and Parks Society
Student Branch, "Who's Who in
American Junior Colleges".
Baldridge, Debbe, Riverdale, Md., Zoology,
Bandy, James, Camp Springs, Md.
Barber, Patricia, District Heights, Md.,
Baron, Scott, Baltimore, Md, Government.
Barrett, Ifelinda, Bethesda, Md., Sociology.
Barrie, Louis, Baltimore, Md., Psychology, Phi
Sigma Delta, Fraternity Softball, Football,
Track, Phi Sigma Delta Dance Marathon
Barstow, Donna, Annapolis, Md., Elementary
Education, Gamma Sigma Sigma —
Historian, Aqualiners, 4-H Collegiate, Dr.
Basloe, Robert, N, College Park, Md., Business,
Intramural Golf. President Annapolis
Bass, Michael, G, Bethesda, Md., .■\nthropology.
Sky Diving Club.
Bassett, Bridgett, Sevema Park, Md., Physical
Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma, WRA
— Volleyball, Basketball, Swim Marathon,
Co-sponsor Dance Marathon.
Battiitone, Marianne, Silver Spring, Md.
Bourn, Arlene, Pikesville, Md.. Hearing and
Baxtlett. Brad, Rockville, Md., Government,
Beadenkopf, Edward, G. Baltimore, Md, Civil
Beall, Sandra, Silver Spring, Md., Recreation,
Campus Crusade for Christ.
Bean, Jr., Edward, Camp Springs, Md, Urban
Studies, Alpha Tau Omega — House
Manager, Gate and Key, Reporter for IFC
Spectrum, Dance Marathon.
Beard, Jonathan, Germantown, Md, Elementary
Education, Gymkana, Television
Beaton, Gretchen, Northport, N.Y., Secondary
Art Education, Pi Beta Phi, Kappa Delta
Pi, Bridal Fair, Marching Band — Color
Bednarik, Jr., Charles, Davidsonville, Md.,
Physical Education, Sports Director
Beers, John, S, Rockville, Md., General Studies,
Belanger, Donald, District Heights, Md.
Bell, Kenneth, Rockville Center, N.Y., Civil
Engineering, Chi Epsilon, American
Society of Civil Engineers.
Bell, Micltael, Silver Spring, Md., Accounting,
Beta .Alpha Psi — President, Intramural
Benedick, Richard, A. Alexander, Va.,
Bengston. Richard, Laurel, Md.
Benning, Christopher, Maltwah, N.J., Chemistry,
Intramural Baseball, Basketball, Hill Area
Vice-President, Dorm Treasurer-
Benton, Mary Jo, Linthicum, Md, Joumahsm
Sigma Deha Chi, Diamondback, WMUC,
Internships — The Montgomery Coimty
Journal, The Catholic Review, Stage
Manager, Women's Athletic .Association,
Dorm Secretary, General Honors Cadre
Leader, Tutor, Chapel Choir, Bible study.
Committee on Campus Publications.
Benson, Lucille, Pacy, Lutherville, Md.,
Berger, Joan, Bethesda, Md, Early Childhood
Bergman, Donna, Silver Spring, Md., Plant
Bergmann, Brad, Potomac, Md., Industrial Arts,
Berman, Iris, Baltimore, Md., Special Education.
Berman, Louis, Columbia, Md., Economics,
President — French-Italian Student
Bernhardt, Pilar, Temple Hills, Md., Spanish,
Sigma Delta Phi.
Berry, Bohbi, Temple Hills, Md., Elementary
Education, State Recreation and Parks
Association — President, Hockey,
Swimming, Recreation Society, CORE,
PACE, PAB, MRPS, MSTA. UCA, NRPA.
Berry, Coleen, Dee, Naugatuck, Conn.,
Journalism, Kappa Tau Alpha, Sigma
Delta Chi, Diamondback, Cambridge
Area Council — Secretary, Pep
Betaharon, Maurice, Adelphi, Md., Mechanical
Betts, Regina, S, Baltimore, Md., Criminology,
Bickings, Charlene, Camp Spring, Md.
Binder, Ethel Silver Spring, Md., Crafts, Alpha
Bishi, Tajudeen, Hyaftsville, Md., Chemical
Blake, Michael, P, Cumberland, Md., Business
Blakeley, Carol Bethesda, Md., History, Alpha
Bliss, Helen, L, Chevy Chase, Md., German.
Blum, Andrea, Rockville, Md., Experimental
Foods, Institute of Food Technology.
Blummer, Raymond, Odenton, Md.
Boggess, Laura, Montgomery, Silver Spring Md.,
American History, Phi Alpha Theta,
Mortar Board — Treasurer, Women's
Political Caucus of Prince George's
Bodkin, Richard, A, Crofton, Md, Government.
Bogus, Joanne, Silver Spring, Md, English, Little
Sisters of Sigma Pi.
Bolard, Laurie, Baltimore, Md., General Studies.
Bollens, Michele. Adelphi, Md, Studio Art.
Bolshow, Nancy, Randallstown, Md., ELED, Phi
Sigma Sigma, Homecoming Steering
Bolt, Robert, Bel Air, Md., Finance, Alpha
Boltas, Debra, Old Bridge, N.J., Psychology.
■ Bonvie, Robert. C, New Milford N.J., Agronomy.
Boone, Nancy, Rockville, Md., Amst st.
Boosinger, Tliomas, H, New CarroUton, Md.,
Mechanical Engineering, Pi Tau Sigma.
BordenicK Helene, Silver Spring, Md., Early
Childhood Education, UPB.
Boschen, Margaret, Washington DC, Spanish.
BostveU, Terese, M, Hyattsville, Md., Recreation,
Delta Gamma, Panhell Rep.
Bosworth, Greer, Baltimore, Md.
Bowen, Dale, Washington D.C., Production
Bowen, Vicky. Silver Spring Md., Home
Economics Education, Ski Club.
Boumian, John, Mt. Rainier, AGEN, Student
Branch of the American Society of
Agricultural Engineers — President.
Bowman, Margaret. Silver Sprmg, Md.,
Bradley, Richard, Potomac, Md., Physical
Education, Track, Gymnastic Troupe.
Bradley, Wanda, Edgewood, Md., Library
Science, Delta Sigma Theta — Recording
Secretary, President — St. Mary's Dorm.
Bradshaw, Jan. Silver Spring, Md., Recreation,
Phi Alpha Epsilon, Ski Club.
Bradshaw. Kenneth. J, Baltimore, Md.,
Education, Phi Kappa Sigma.
Branan. James, Hyattsville, Md., Zoology, Phi
Sigma, Chorale, Chorus.
Brandon. Sally, Laurel, Md., RTVF, WMUC.
Braymer, Barbara, Rockville, Md, Recreation,
Phi Alpha Epsilon, WRA.
Breakiron, Stanley, Lanham. Md., Zoology.
Breen, Rosemary, College Park, Md, General
Brewer, Pamela, Beltsvllle, Md, General Studies,
Stage Crew, Library Aid Police Aid
Briscoe, Diane, L, Chest ertown, Md., Early
Brodsky, Donna, L, Bel Air, Md., Interior
Design, Alpha Gamma Delta — House
Chairman, Phi Alpha Theta, WRA Rep.,
Horsebackriding, Basketball, Committee
Chairman WRA Sports Day, Hostess —
Aqualiner's Show, Little Sister President,
Brooks, Michele, Kensington, Md.
Brooks, Timothy, Chestertown, Md., Chemistry,
Arnold Air Society, Intramurals, Kent
Hall — Treasurer, General Committee on
Student Affairs, Senate.
Brown, Stephanie, S. Oxon Hill, Md.,
Brown, Wendy, Havertown, Pa., Special
Bunger, Jo, Edgewood Md., Sociology.
Buckley, Susan, Silver Spring Md., Special
Education, Sigma Delta Pi, PACE, CEC.
Burger, Paul S, Greenbelt Md, Information
Systems Management, ISM Student
Organization for Computing Machinery.
Burke, PatricicL, Syosset, N.Y
Buscher, Michael, J, Wheaton, Md., History.
Buschman, Bob, Forestville, Md., Electrical
Engineering, IEEE, EEUA.
Butler. Cindy, Bethesda, Md, English for Pre-
Butler, David, Woodbridge, Va., Writer for
"Contact", Photographer and
uutier, Gregory, I^ndover, Md., Electrical
Byrd, Ronald, College Park, Md, Government.
Caballero. Gustavo, G, Hanover, Md.,
Caffiaux, Suyinne, J, Silver Spring, Md., Textiles
Canin, Gait, H, Baltimore, Md, Elementary
Education, Phi Sigma Sigma.
Caplan, Doreen, Baltimore, Md., Special
Education, Kappa Delta Pi, PACE,
American Foundation for Autistic
Caplan. Rae, Baltimore, Md., Early Childhood
Cork, Sharon, Chilluni, Md.
Carl, Sarah Jane, Rockville, Md., Consumer &
Management Studies, Alpha Gamma Rho.
Carrtevaie, Madeline. Riverdale, Md., Physical
Carpenter, Anne, Derwood, Md., Institution
Administration, Omicron Nu, WRA,
Collegiate Home Economics Organization
— President Undergraduate Advisory
Carpenter. Leslee, Crofton, Md., International
Affairs, Gymkana — Treasurer, President.
Carson, Bruce, Columbia, Md., RTVF,
Production Crew for Richard III.
Casasanta, Jamie, A. Milford, Mass., Enghsh,
Kappa Delta, Secretary — Panhellenic
Chuilkt, Sandra, Temple Hills, Md., TXAP,
Chaimson, Terri, Silver Spring, Md., Dietetics,
Collegiate Home Economics
Chaisson, Cabe, M. Silver Spring, Md.,
Chandler, Barbara. Chevy Chase, Md., Family
Studies, Chapel Choir, Navigators.
ChappeH, Patricia, Baltimore, Md, Psychology.
Charig, Danielle, I. Munich, Germany, German,
Delta Phi Alpa, Free University.
Cherry, Gloria, J, Baltimore, Md., General
Chew, Dale, V, Annapolis, Md., Library Science,
Marching Band Concert Bank, Supervisor
— Public Service Area in Reserve Room.
Child, Godfrey, Timonium, Md., Physical
Sciences, Tau Epsilon Phi, Intramural
Sports, Vice-President Ellicott.
Chirumbole, Stephen, Silver Spring, Md.,
History, Phi Sigma Delta, Phi Beta
Kappa, Phi Alpha Theta.
Chisholm, Colin, J, Lanham, Md, JoumaUsm.
Chiswell ParHcia, Bethesda, Md., TXAP.
Christopher, Donald, Hyattsville, Md., Zoology.
Cicala, Concetia, Silver Spring, Md., Spanish.
Clark, James, Lanham, Md, Industrial Arts.
Cletnens, Barbara, Annapolis, Md., Criminology,
Clifton. Bill Forest Heights, Md, Mechanical
Cobb, Helen, Rockville, Md., General Studies.
Cogliano, Vicent, T, Rockville, Md, Civil
Cohen, Dean, Hagerstown, Md., BioScience.
Cohen, Ira, Livingston, N.J., Personnel
Management Labor Relations, Soccer,
Intramurals, Judicial Board Member,
Cohen, Linda, Baltimore, Md., Microbiology,
Alpha Lambda Delta, Sigma Alpha
Cole. Bruce. Beltsville, Md., English,
Accompanist for Madrigal Singers.
Cok, Mary Eileen, Oxon Hill, Md, Horticulture.
Pi Alpha Xi, Horticulture Club.
Colello, Diane, Frankline Square, N.Y.,
Elementary Education, Alpha Epsilon
Phi, Dr. Johnson's Clinic, HELP Center,
PACE, Cancer Marathon.
Coleman. Marie, College Park, Md., Phi Xi
Omicron, .\lpha Delta Pi — Scholarship
Coley. William, J, Landover, Md., Foreign
Language Education, Alpha Phi Omega,
Navigators, Undergraduate Rep —
Germanic and Slavic Language.
Collie. Wesley. Brookeville, Md.
Collier. Robert. Baltimore, Md., Physics.
Collins, Antoinette, Derwood, Md., FMCD,
Dorm Executive Council, Community
Colvin, Deborah, Silver Spring, Md.,
Management & Consumer.
Commodore, Iris, Chestertown, Md, Psychology.
Conlon, Thontas, Adelphi, Md, Accounting, Beta
Alpha Psi, General Honors Program.
Connelly, Sharon, Forest Heists, Md.
Conrad, Jill, Hyattsville, Md., French, French
Conn)!/, Sharon, A, New Park, Pa., RTVF,
Somerset — Gov't President, HAC, RHA,
Intramural Basketball, Volleyball, Mardi
Cooke, Colleen, Hyattsville, Md., Early
Childhood Education, Alpha Kappa,
Alpha, Chapel Chorus.
Cooks, Valerie, Fairmount Heights, Md.,
Coon, Curtis, Bethesda, Md., Government, Alpha
Hii Omega, Phi Sigma Alpha.
Cooper, Vernon, W, Greenbelt, Md., Agronomy,
Agronomy Club — Vice President,
Executive Committee Division of
Agriculture & Life Science Coimcil, 10th
Place Northeast Region Soil Judging, 1st
Place Team Northeast Region Soil
Judging and Nation.
Copley, David, H, Elkton, Md., Architecture,
b Sigma Nu.
Cordill, Georgia, Belcamp, Md.
Cosftn, Roger, Oxon Hill, Md., Government.
Coulbouren, James, Sahsbury, Md., Psychology.
Coulter, Betsy, Towson, IMd., Advertising
Creel, Therese, I, Silver Spring, Md, Chemistry.
Crespo. Ramiro, E, Potomac, Md., Economics,
President Latin American Association.
Crombie, Lynn, M, University Park, Md.,
Interior Design, AID, Ski Club.
Cross, Sandra, Bowie, Md., Spanish, Sigma Delta
Pi, Latin American Association.
Crotty, Nancy, J, Washington D.C., Music.
Crow, Patricia, A, Glen Bumie, Md., Textiles &
Marketing, Kappa Delta, American
Association For Textile Technology —
Treasurer, Society For Advancement &
Management — Secretary.
Crowley, Robert, Andrew, Athens, Pa.,
Agricultural Engineering, American
Society of Agricultural Engineers —
Culp, Clark, T, Baltimore, Md., Aeronautical
Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha — Vice-
€ytryn, Susan, Syosset, N.Y., special Education,
Mortar Board, Phi Kappa Phi, Kappa
Delta Pi, CEC - President, Student
Governor, Vice-Chairman of All College
Czecha, Jackie, Potomac, Md., RTVF.
Dabbs, Lawrence, Beltsville, Md, Accounting.
Dabkowski, Mark, Ellicott City, IMd.,
Accounting, Intramurals, Floor Treasurer.
Dakelman, Mitchell. Highland Park, N.J., RTVF,
Company Cinematheque — Officer,
Track, Cross Country.
Dameron, Wayne, T, Suitland Md., Economics,
Omicron Delta Epsilon.
Daniels, Ronald, E, Beltsville, Md., Biology.
Danes, Mildred, Washington D.C., Elementary
Education, Student Worker in
Elementary Education Office.
Danisi, Flora, College Park, Md., Zoology, Phi
Sigma, Pre-Med Society.
Darrow, Denice, Glenn Dale, Md., Journalism,
Kappa Tau Alpha, Phi Kappa Phi,
Spanish Honor Society, Women In
Communications, Public Relations Society
Davenport, Walter, N, Riverdale, IMd.,
Davies, Robert, A, Alexander, Va., Pre— med
Davis, Jr., Andrew, V, Washington D.C.,
Daois, Antliony, J, Hillcrest Heights, Md., Math.
Datiis, Larry, Baltimore, Md., Electrical
Engineering, lED, Upward Bound,
Operation Crossroads Africa.
Day, Mary Jane, Washington D.C., Geology.
Day, Rachel Smithsburg, IMd., Early Childhood
Education, Kappa Delta Pi.
Dean, Marcia, A, Middletown, Md., Early
deCinque, Deborah, Haddonfield N.J., Speech &
Hearing Association, CEC, Deaf Media
Council, Riding Club, Campus Council
Deems, Jr., Eugene, Stevensville, Md., RTVF,
Sigma Delta Chi, Argus /Dimension,
Diamondback, Terrapin Yearbook.
Deering, Barbara, J, College Park, Md, Early
Childhood Education, Kappa Delta —
Vice-President, Ski Club, PACE.
Deitz, Ruth, Rockville, Md., Special Education,
Delta Phi Epsilon.
Dejoia, Emily, Rutherford, N.J., Dance,
Maryland Dance Theatre.
DeMaris, Barry, Centreville, Md., Recreation.
Dempewolf, Diane, Rockville, Md, Philosophy,
Crisis Hotline, Chape! Choir.
Denbow, D, Michael, Cockeysville, Md., Pre-Vet,
Lambda Chi Alpha.
Dickter, Michael, Adelphi, Md, Accounting, Hii
Eta Sigma, Beta Alpha Psi, Beta Gamma
Sigma, Intramural Softball.
Dilmanian, Erik, New Gardens, N.Y., Business
Administration, Ski Club, Fencing Club,
Dineley, Richard, Hyattsville, Md., Finance,
Disharoon, Dianne, Snow Hill, Md., Interior
Design, National Society of Architectual
Disman, Judith, Silver Spring, Md., History.
DiVincenzo, Stephen, Rockville, Md.,
Dixon, Christine, Silver Spring, Md, Music
Education, Chorale, Chapel Choir —
D'Jaen, Silvia, I, Rockville, Md. Urban Studies,
Foreign Student Organization, Student
Rep. American Institute of Planners
Doe, Robert, Kensington, Md., Psychology.
Doerr, Alan, Beltsville, Md., Electrical
Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu, EEUA —
Director, IEEE, AIAA.
Donkerly, Edward, Pasadena, Md.
Donnelly, Laurie, A, Baltimore, Md., Physical
Education, Varsity Lacrosse, Varsity
Basketball — Co-captain, WRA.
Dooley, Rose, Mobile, Ala., En^sh, Alpha
Gamma Delta, Little Sister of Alpha Tau
Doran, Frank, Hyattsville, Md., Physical Science.
Dom, Ronald, Baltimore, Md., Zoology.
Dorr, Linda, K, Silver Spring, Md., General
Studies, Christian Science Organization —
Dorsey, DenUe. Washington D.C., Advertising.
Dosh, DoroAy, T, Kensington, Md, Psychology,
Downs, Belinda, Baltimore, Md., Elementary
Dreizen, Howard, Baltimore. Ifd., Accounting,
Phi Sigma Delta, Phi Eta Sigma, Beta
Alpha Psi, IFC.
Drummond, Walter, J, Middletown, Del.,
Dudek, Frederick, M, Baltimore, Md., Marketing,
Delta Tau Delta.
Duffy, Genevieve, A, Rockville, Md, Special
Education, Alpha Omicron Pi.
Dugard, Karen, Ashton, Md., Animal Science,
Intramural Basketball, Dorm Vice-
President, Block & Bridle Club, Ski Club.
Dula, Gary, Suitland, Ifd., Electrical
Dunfee, Deborah, Lusby, Md, General Business.
Dunham, Diane, ArUngton, Va., General Studies.
Dunlap, William, Baltimore, Md, Zoology, Phi
Kappa Tau, MaryPIRG, Pre-lfed Society.
Durrett, Kyle, Towson, Md., Elementary
Duvall Henry, F, Washington D.C., Journalism,
Sigma Delta Chi, Diamondback, Black
Earnhardt, Everett, Seabrook Md., Industrial
Ebert, Gary, H, Silver Spring, Md., Psychology,
Phi Sigma Delta.
Eckhardt, Barbara, E, New CarroUton, Md.,
Economides, George, Annapolis, Md., History,
SGA, President Orthodox Christian
Fellowship, Hellenic Club, History
Edelhoch, Leslie, J, Bethesda, Md., Sociology,
Alpha Kappa Delta.
Edwards, Helen, /, Wheaton, Md., RTVF, UPB,
Dorm Social Chairman.
Eger, Maire, Silver Spring, Md-, Psychology.
Ely, Linda, Silver Spring, Md, Art, Art League.
Eng, Karen, M, College Park, Md., Early
English, Mary. Rockville. Md., RTVF, Dorm
Englund, Lynn, Bethesda, Md. Zoology.
Ennis, Patricia, C, Glen Arm, Md, Math.
Enty, Susan, A, San Antonio, Tex., Early
Childhood Education, Alpha Kappa
Alpha, Track Team — Manager,
Epstein, Elaine, Silver Spring, Md., Math, Pi Mu
Epsilon, Dorm Officer, Student Advisor
Career Development Center.
Epstein, Jane, Baltimore, Md., Accounting, Beta
Alpha Psi, Beta Gamma Sigma, HELP
Eschbach, Paul, Adelphi, Md, Geology, Sports
Espil, Sue, Breensboro, Md., Interior Design.
Ethndge, Deborah, Silver Spring, Md., Physical
Education. Pom Poms.
Etistis, Mary, C, Oxon Hill, Md., FMCD.
Evans, Billy R, Hyattsville, Md., Accounting.
Evans, Teresa, Aberdeen, Md., Sociology.
Fagan, Bridget, Bethesda, Md., Marketing,
American Marketing Association, WRA.
Fahrman, James, Pasadena, Md., Law
Enforcement, Sid Club, Law Enforcement
Association, Intervarsity Christian
Fahmer, Ka^teen, Berwyn Heights.
Faks, Samuel. Laurel, Md, RTVF, WMUC -
Business Manager, General Manager.
Farivari, Abdolreza, Silver Spring, Md., Zoology,
Favali, Flavia, Bethesda, Md, Special Education.
Feder, Barbara, Crofton, Md., Government,
WRA, Equestrian Club, RHA, Hall
President, Intern Capitol Hill For U.S.
Senator ]. Glenn Beall, Jr.
Feigenbaum, Dorothy, Lakewood, N.J., Textiles
& Apparel, American Association for
Textile Technology, Product Safety
Fein, Janet, Cresskill, N.J., English, Phi
Feit, MarUia, Baltimore, Md, Library Science.
Feldman, Cheryl, Mor., N.J., Psychology, Sigma
Delta Tau - Pledge President, WRA
Rep., Women's Health Care Center,
Women's Counseling, Women's Crisis
Center, Dancer for Cancer, Women's Hot
Feldman, Edward, Beltsville, Md., Finance, Tau
Epsilon Phi, Cheerleader.
Feldman, Rochelle, P, Baltimore, IMd., Special
Education, Phi Kappa Phi, Kappa Delta
Pi, Who's Who in American Colleges &
■* Universities, Committee for Accessibility,
Administrative Liaison, President,
Coordinator Cottage of Retarded Boys,
Ferretti, Martin, Silver Spring, Md, French.
Fields, Rosalind, Easotn, Md., Business
Education, Delta Sigma Tlieta — Dean of
Pledges, President, PACE.
Filhy, Marion, Bowie, Md., Botany.
Filipos, Elizabeth, Bethlehem, Pa., FMCD,
Alpha Phi — Treasurer, Vice-President,
Finkle, Grace, Trenton, N.]., Psychology &
English, General Honors Program,
EngUsh Honors Program, Psychology
Honors Program, Psi Chi, Phi Sigma
Delta, Opera Workshop.
Fiona, Christopher, V, Silver Spring, Md.,
Government, Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
Fislier, Donald, J, Greenbelt, Md., IFSM, ACC
Student Adilete Honor Roll, Varsity
Track & Field. All ICFA Track Team,
James H. Kehoe Ring Award.
Fitzgerald, Robert, Massapegua, N.Y., Sociology.
Fitzgerald, Steve, Forestville, Md., Law
Fitzpatrick, Terence, Adelphi, Md., IFSM.
Fleischmann. Kenneth Rockville, Md.,
Law Enforcement, Delta Upsilon.
Fleming, Dennis, Baltimore, Md, Marketing,
Theta Chi, American Marketing
Association Advertising Association,
Greek Yearbook Editor, Intramural
Sports, Debate Team.
Flood, Ellen, A, Coatesville, Pa., Special
Education, Pi Beta Phi, Kappa Delta Pi,
Flores-Anuiya, Felipe, Silver Spring, Md.,
Floumoy, Andrea, Baltimore, Md
Foarde. Jerald, M, Columbia, Md., Marketing &
Fogler. William. Baltimore. Md.
Font, Louis, E, Annandale, Va.
Ford, Richard, J, McLean, Va., Accounting, M-
Club, Varsity Track.
Forman, Cynthia, Gaithersburg, Md
Forman, Eddy, J, Silver Spring, Md.,
Conservation, Phi Sigma Delta, Hii
Sigma, Alpha Zeta, Intramural Football,
Ping-Pong, Scuba Diving Club, Sky
Forsman, Chas E, Frederick Md., Marketing,
Phi Delta Theta.
Foster, Grace, E, Camp Springs, Md., Journalism.
Foster, Stisan, G, Silver Spring, Md., Journalism,
Diamondback, Black Explosion — Editor,
Dorm President, Sigma Delta Chi.
Foutz, Cynthia. New Carrollton, Md.,
Fradin. Marilyn, Baltimore, Md.
Francisco, Beverly, Greenbelt, Ifd., Early
Frank, Lynne, Silver Spring, Md, Ifanagement &
Freeman, Alan, Wheaton, Md, Zoology, EUicott
Friedman, Gail, Baltimore, Md., Early Childhood
Education, Phi Sigma Sigma, Ski Club.
Frederick, Robert, Kensington, Md, Recreation,
Freidlin, Mark, Silver Spring, Md
Frieder, Fran, Tamanac, Fla., History, Phi Alpha
Theta, Ski Club, Career Development
Center Student Advisory Board, History
Dept. Appointments Promorion Tenure
Friedman, Russell, J, Brooklyn, N.Y., RTVF,
Intramurals, Television Workshop.
Fritz, Mary Ann, Silver Spring, Md., FMCD,
Campus Crusade for Christ.
Frumkin, Robert, Silver Spring, Md., Marketing,
RHA - Athletic Chairman, Floor Vice-
President, Ellicott Executive Committee,
Fugate, Susan, Beltsville, Md., Biological
Fiihrer. Deborah, College Park, Md., Psychology,
Gaines, Mary Ellen, Silver Spring, Md.,
Galey. James. L, Bethesda, Md., Business, Phi
Galinkin, Andrea, Colonia, N.J., Elementary
Gallup, Jill, Silver Spring, Md, Hearing &
Speech, National Student Speech &
Hearing Association — Secretary, PACE.
Garcia, Arler\e, Gaithersburg, IMd, Architecture,
Garreison, Suzanne, Millstone, N.J., Therapeutic
Recreation, Kappa Delta — President,
WRA, Swimming, Volleyball.
Gearin, Thomas, Rockville, Md.
Gendason, Feme, Bethesda, Md., Health
Education, WRA, Volunteer American
George, John, New Carrollton, Md, Accoimting.
Ghokon, Gwendolyn, Lake Grove, N.Y., RTVF,
BSU, PACE, WMUC.
Gibbons, John, Bethlehem, Pa., Social Studies,
Phi Delta Theta, Kalegathos, Omicron
Delia Kappa, Gate and Key, Wrestling —
Gibbs. ElizabetK O. Rockville, Md., Physical
Education, Ski Club, AAHPER, NEA.
Giberman. Audrey, C, Silver Spring, Md.,
Psychology, Psi Chi, Eta Beta Rho,
Resident Assistant, Hill Area Judicial
Board, Desk Receptionist, PACE.
Giberman, Howard, Silver Spring, Md., Special
Education, CEC, PACE.
Gibson, Barbara, Riverdale, Md., Music.
Gibson, Deborah, Jane, Wilmington, Del.,
Gibson, Philip, Wilmington, Del.,
Transportation, Delta Nu Alpha,
Intramurals, Athletic Director
Cumberland, Treasurer Cumberland
Gigerich, Karla, R. Lanham, Md.
GiH, Daniel, P, Hyattsville, Md., Russian,
Gilman, James, S, Hyattsville, Md., General
Gilroy, Andrea, Friendly, Md., Special
Gipwn, Malcom, K, Cheverly, Md., Education.
Giraldi, Eleanor. Silver Spring, Md.,
Government, .Mpha Delta Pi, Phi Beta
Gittleson, Gary, F, Silver Spring Md., Personnel
& Labor Relation, Phi Sigma Delta.
Glass, Sue Ann, Baltimore, Md., Math, Pi Mu
Epsilon — Secretary, President, Alpha
Lambda Delta, Mortar Board, Algel
Glasser, Lee, A, Baltimore, Md., Zoology.
Gold, Gary, Silver Spring, Md., Economics.
Gold, Nancy, Bergenfield, N.J., Textile
Marketing, Alpha Phi, Omicron Nu,
Mortar Board AATT.
Gold. Neal, Silver Spring, Md., Sociology, Soccer
GoW, Sherrie, L, Baltimore, Md, Speech &
Hearing, National Student Speech &
Goldberg, Anne, H, Margale, N.J., Criminology.
Goldberg, Janet, Greenbelt, Md, Physical
Goldberg, Paul, Bethesda, Md., Microbiology.
Goldfarb, Lynn, Franklin Square, N.Y.
Goldfield, Barbara, Dumont, N.J., Horticulture,
Goldman, Gary, H, Baltimore, Md., Interior
Goldman, Letuis, Washington D.C.. Crafts.
Goldstnith, Heidi, Baltimore, Md
Goldstein, Mark, A, Westbury, N.Y., Accounting.
Goodman. Jill, A, New York City, N.Y., Art
Education, Ski Club, Photography Club,
Goodman, Jill, Cranford N.J.
Gorinson, Roberta, Seabrook, Md., Psychology.
Gorman, Robert, A, Gaithersburg, Md.,
Accoimting, IntramuraLs, Floor Treasurer.
Graber, Stuart, New Hyde Park, N.Y.,
RTVF, TEP, WTVM-TV Workshop,
Football, Basketball, Broadcast JoumaHsts
Foundation, National Association of
Grahoivski, Franklin, Baltimore, Md., Civil
Engineering, Chi Epsilon, ASCE,
Intramural Soccer, Football, Executive
Committee Cambridge Hall.
Grace, Jeanne, Potomac, Md, Spanish.
Grahn, Sxavier, AnnapoUs, Md., Accounting.
Grasso, Emilie, A, Nutley, N.J., Psychology.
Grasz. Graces, Kathy, Joppa, Md., Dance.
Donald, Laurel, Md., Business & Management,
Delta Sigma Pi.
Craves, Louise, Silver Spring, Md.
Green, Deborah, Baltimore, Md., Special
Education, Kappa Delta.
Green. John, F. Silver Spring, Md., Accounting.
Greenbaum, Milton, Greenbelt, Md., General
Greenbaum, Ronald, Rockville, Md., Marketing,
Tau Epsilon Phi, Finance Committee,
Academic .Schedules and Registration
Committee, Senator, Legislator, Assistant
Speaker to the Legislator, PUB Board,
Maryland Media Inc. Board of Directors,
Chancellors Undergraduate Advisory
Council, Governors Commission, Vice-
President — SGA.
Greenberg, Barbara, Phoenix, Ariz.
Greene, Martin, Saddle Brook, N.J., Music, Phi
Sigma Delta, Kappa Kappa Psi, Music
Educators National Conference.
Greenwald, Diana, Silver Spring, Md., Studio
Art, Sigma Delta Tau — Corresponding
Secretary, Vice-President, UPB —
Advertising Committee, Homecoming
Committee, Career Development Center
Student Advisory Board.
Greenwood, Joseph, Greenbelt, Md., IFSM.
Greiner, Robin, Bethesda, Md., Elementary
Greskovic, Anita, A, Suitland, Md., Dental
Grieder, Gail, Fair Lawn, N.J., Government.
Griffith, Carol, Beltsville, Md., Criminology.
Griffin, Rohan, Riverdale, Md.
Grollmam, Franklin, Baltimore, Md., Psychology,
Phi Eta Signia.
Gross, Joyce, University Park, Md., Biochemistry,
Alpha Lambda Delta, Vice-President Pre-
Medical Society, American Chemical
Society Student Affiliate, Undergraduate
Committee of Agriculture & Life Science.
Grossman, Jeffrey, Rockville, Md., Marketing.
Grossman, Rormld, Rockville, Md, Microbiology,
Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Alpha Omicron,
Guentner, Stephen, Gatonsville, Md., Math,
Intramural, Treasurer, President,
Hagerstown Hall, EUicott Area Social
Chairman, RHA — Vice-President.
'Sunn, Carol, Baltimore, Md., Special Education,
Kappa Delta, Diamond, Intramurals
Basketball, UCA, Pan Hellenic Rep.,
PACE, Kappa Alpha Little Sister.
Gunn, Madeline, New York, N.Y., Criminology,
Bryon Group Home for Boys, PAL.
Counselor, Investigators Aid for D.C. Bail
Gttgig, Shelley, East Brunswick, N.J., Elementary
Education, Alpha Epsilon Phi — Assistant
Treasurer, President, Diamond.
Guy, Ruth, Annapolis, Md., Textiles & Apparel,
American Association of Textile
Technology, Collegiate Home Economics
Association, Annapolis Lions Club
Scholarship, Senatorial Scholarship.
Hagen, Kathleen, Columbia, Md., EngUsh, Sigma
Tau Epsilon, WRA Intramurals,
Recording Secretary, Dorm Rep.
Haines, Diane, Annapohs, Md., Sociology.
Hall, William, B, Ocean City, Md., Social
Halle, Marilyn, Baltimore, Md, General Studies,
Women's Varsity Tennis Team.
Hattigan, Susan, R, Uurel, Md., English.
Hameroff, Robert, Baltimore, Md., Criminology,
Director HELP Center.
Hamilton, Robert, Laurel, Md., Public
Hammer, Edward. Stevensville, IMd., Zoology.
Hammer, Guy, Greenbelt, Md., Electrical
Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu,
Phi Kappa Phi, "Speculum Light
Design," Clinical Engineering New, May
1974, TEEE, National Association of
Bioengineers, National Society of
Professional Engineers, Greek Club,
Outstanding Achievement Award,
Haneke, Mollis, Edison, N.J., Management &
Hardenstine, Suzann, Sevema Park, Md.,
Harding, Lisa, New Carrolton, Md., Sociology.
Hargis, Harry, Rockville, Md., German.
Hargy, Annika, B, Laurel, Md., Elementary
Hammn, William, A, Silver Spring, Md.,
Harris, Lester, Takoma Park, Md., Zoology.
Harrison, Craig, Adelphi, Md., Urban Studies,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Swim Team.
Harrison, Nancy, L, Oxon Hill, Md., Economics,
Omicron Delta Epsilon, Dorm Treasurer.
Harrison, Philip, M, Silver Spring, Md., Photo-
Hart, Michael, P, Baltimore, Md., Civil
Hartley, Sliaron, Frederick, Md, Elementary
Education, Gappa Delta Pi, PACE,
Baptist Student Union.
Hortman, David, B, Adelphi, Md., Finance.
Hartman, John, P, Cumberland, Md., Agronomy.
Hartranft, John, Camp Springs, Md.
Harvey, Wayne, G, Towson, Md, Accounting, Pi
Kappa Alpha, Intramurals, Ski Club.
Haslinger, Thomas. Greenbelt, Md., Marketing,
American Marketing Association.
Hassani, Alexander, Baltimore, Md., Personnel &
Labor Relations, Beta Gamma Sigma,
RHA - Vice-President, President
Leonardtown Community Council,
Campus Judicial Board.
HasHngs, Patricia, Wheaton, Md., French,
Hatleberg. Andrew, Bethesda, Md
Hatisdorff Eileen, Baltimore, Md., RTVF, Alpha
Lambda Delta, Phi Kappa Phi.
Hausman, Robert, Silver Spring, Md.
Haywood Tom, Cardiff, Md., Chemistry.
Heazel, Barbara, Sevema Park, Md., Math,
WRA, Floor Treasurer.
Hebb, Suzanne, E, Havre De Grace, Md., Art
Hein, Tina, College Park, Md., Textiles &
Marketing, Alpha Omicron Pi.
Heller, Madeline, V, Rockville, Md., FMCD.
Henderson, Donald, J, Wheaton, Md., Math,
Direct™- of Auto Safety Research Center,
Mary PIRG State Board of Directors.
Henkel, Jonadian, Wheaton, Md., Accounting,
Ski Club — Treasurer.
Hergenovich, Janice, Hyattsville, Md., Studio
Art, Alpha Phi.
Herndon, Andrew, J, Bethesda, Md, Economics,
Track, Pole Vault.
Herrick, Kathy, A, Baltimore, Md, English.
Herson, Maria, Chevy Chase, Md., Psychology,
Hewatt, Cynthia, Gaithersburg, Md, Elementary
Hicks, Debora, Belair, Md.
Hill, Patsy, Elkton, Md., Psychology.
Wayne, Cumberland, Md.
Hodges, Caren, Glendale, Md, Journalism.
Hoff Norma, District Heights, Md., Elementary
Hoffman, Ronald, East Meadow, N.Y.,
Psychology, HELP Center.
Hoffmeister, Raymond, Baltimore, Md.,
Psychology, Tennis Intramurals.
Hofmann, Dianne, Silver Spring, Recreation,
Chairman Recreation and Park Society.
Holahan, Patricia, Arlington, N.J., Management
& Consumer Studies, Delta Delta Delta —
House President, Marshall, Diamond,
Little Sister - Vice-President, AHEA,
MHEA, Adjunct Committee for Human
Relations, Ski Club.
Holden, Carolyn, A, Mt. Rainier, Md.,
Hollway, Thelrna, Landover, Md, Business
Education, Resident Assistant
Hook, Particia, Garrett Park, Md., Government.
Hoover HI, Norman, W, Laurel, Md., Agronomy.
Hopp, Rachel, Silver Spring, Md, Spanish, Sigma
Delta Pi, Friends of the Farmworkers
Committee — Chairperson, Latin
American Association, Intramural Tennis.
Hopson, Donald, Pelahatchie, Miss., ANSC.
Hossick, Allan, College Park, Md, General
Howard, Dolores, Silver Spring, Md.,
Hudgins, Jeffery, C, Oxon Hill, Md, Civil
Hudspeth, Wendie, Glen Bumie, Md., Russian,
Russian Club, Russian Club Play.
Hughes, Glendora, Baltimore, Md., Urban
Hultslander, Bruce, Beltsville, Md., Accounting.
Humphreys, Zoe, Laurel, Md., Enghsh.
Hunt, Daniel, Silver Spring, Md., Industrial
Education, Intramural Football,
Hunt, Dennis, Hyattsville, Md., General
Hyman, Susan, Rockville, Md.
Hynes, Carolyn, Silver Spring, Md., Early
Imus, Susan, Kensington, Md, Psychology, Psi
Chi, Psychology Honors Program, Mortar
Board, Psychology Honors Thesis,
Resident Assistant Easton Hall, Outreach,
Women's Rape Crisis Hotline.
Ing, Nancy, Odenton, Md, Studio Art, Alpha
Lambda Delta, Mortar Board -
Historian, Art League Committee for
Campus Exhibitions, Gymkana Troupe, .3-
Man Art Show Student Gallery, Paintings
Exhibited in Undergraduate Library &
Irvine, Karen. Freehold, N.J., Special Education.
Irwin, Paula, Suitland Md
Ivins, Julianne, E, Silver Spring, Md., Speech
Jackson, Wanda. Washington, D.C, Early
James, Dennis, Williamsport, Md, Zoology.
janzegers, Jacqueline. Hyattsville, Md.,
Jaronski, Ricltard, Lanoka Harbor, N.J..
IFSll, Tau Epsilon Phi.
Jawitz, Vicki, Brooklyn, N.Y., Psychology.
Jochum, John. S, Cheverly, Md., Fish & Wildlife
Management, Alpha Zeta - Treasurer,
Phi Sigma, Terrapin Rioteers.
Johnson, Andrew. F, Wheaton, Md., Civil
Engineering, Isshinryu Karate Club.
Johnson, Anne, E, Sevema Park, Md.,
Journalism, Kappa Gamma,
Diamondback, 'f earbook.
Johnson, Craig, Baltimore, Md., Hearing &
Johnson, Elizabeth, Silver Spring Md , Math,
.\mold ,\ir Society, Maryland Medival
Mercenary Mihtia, Baptist Student
Union, Chapel Choir, Terrapin Rioteers.
Johnson, Emily, Germantown, Md., Public
Johnson, Irma. E, Baltimore, Md., Special
Education, Non Phi Non, BSU.
Johnson, Josephine. Baltimore, Md.,
Government, Women's Ba.sketball Team,
Resident Assistant, Black Peer Counselor,
Jones, Donald, Temple Hills, Md., Criminology.
Jones, Gory. Silver Spring, Md., Zoology.
Jones, Joan, Rockville, Md., Elementary
Jones. Thomas. Hyattsville, Md., Agronomy.
Josowiiz. Lorraine, Silver Spring, Md., Business
Statics, Hii Chi Theta, Eta Beta Rho,
Julian, Elimbeth, Baltimore, Md., Sociology,
.\Ipha Kappa Omicom, Intramural
Tennis, Chief Justice Cambridge Judicial
Board, Senator, Student Advocate, Chief
Justices Board, Student Advisor.
Kaish, Michelle, Long Island, N.Y., Interior
Design, Delta Phi Epsilon, Secretary,
Mortar Board, AID.
Kalen. Pamela. Silver Spring, Md, Early
Kalkstein. Morui. East Meadow, N.Y., Housing,
Phi Sigma Sigma.
Kalus. Joanne. Baltimore, Md., History.
Kane. Miriam, Laurel, Md., Joiu-naUsm.
Kong, Heyeun. Wheaton, Md., Experimental
Kaplan, Beverly. Hillside, N.J., Education, Phi
Sigma Sigma, Diamond, Kappa Delta Pi.
Karbeling, Michael. Potomac, Md, Psychology.
Karl. Edward, Washington D.C., Accounting,
Sports Car Club.
Karlin, Paul, Silver Spring, Md., Sociology.
Karlinsky, Gail, Silver Spring, Md, Special
Education. ,\lpha Lambda Delta, Kappa
Kass, Marcia, Laurel, Md., Journalism, Sigma
Delta Chi, Alpha Lambda Delta,
Argus /Dimension, Diamondback.
Kastoen, Wet\di, Baltimore, Md, Hearing &
Katlin, Rolrin, Silver Spring, Md., Sociology, Phi
Sigma Sigma, Dorm Secretary, Security
Position, Desk Receptionist,
Katz. Lynda, Kern, Merrick, N.Y.. Hearing &
Speech Science, National Student Speech
& Hearing Association — President.
Kaushiva, AudesK Laurel, Md., Electrical
Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu, IEEE, ANS.
Kay, Debra, Kumson, N.J., Speech
Kazanjian, AUm, Silver Spring Md., Drama,
Kearney, Kathryti, Chevy Chase, Md.
Kemp, KaOiryn, Hyattsville, Md., Math &
Computer Science, Writing Programs for
Kendrick, James, Silver Spring, Md., Law
Kennedy, Hazel, L, Washington D.C.,
Elementary Education, Alpha Kappa
Kerr, Patricia, Oradell, N.J., Urban Studies,
Intramural Basketball, Volleyball,
Cambridge Complex Area Council.
Kessler. Richard. Scott, Rockville, Md., Law
Ketcham, Valerie, Potomac, Md., Anthropology.
Kiken, Susan, Woodbridge, N.J., Elementary
King, Audrey. Silver Spring Md., Early
King, Robert, D, Rockville, Md, Transportation,
Kingsbury. Donna, Hyattsville, Md., Hearing &
Kinney, Yvonne. Washington D.C.,
Kinzhuber. Patricia, Bethesda, Md., International
Relations, Pi Sigma .\lpha. Manager
Denton Dining Hall, Academic
Kiviat, Rolnn, Oceanside, N.Y.
Kizner, Leslie. New Hyde Park, N.Y., Family
Studies, Delta Phi Epsilon, Terrapin
Editor, Ski Club.
Kleinman. Cynthia, Patchogue, N.Y., English,
Kappa Delta Pi.
Kloch, Stephen, C, Baltimore, Md., Zoology,
Klorrtpus. Karen. Baltimore, Md., Elementary
Kobin, Alyse, M, Flushing, N.Y., Advertising
Design, Delta Phi Epsilon.
Koeppel, Jeffrey, Silver Spring, Md., History &
English, Phi Alpha Theta, John Marshall
Pre- Law Honorary, Argus/Dimension.
Kofsky, Sherrie, Randallstown, Md., HESP,
National Student Speech & Hearing
Association, Hebrew Honor Society.
Kogut, Allen. Rockville, Md., Psychology, Phi
Sigma Kappa — Secretary, Reader's
Kola. Lenny, A, Hyattsville, Md., Government,
Intramural Basketball, Football, Softball,
Senate Human Relations Committee,
Kolakowski, Ronald, Camp Spring, Md.,
Koppal, Raymond, N, Takoma Park, Md.,
Accounting, UA Club.
Koppel, Myra, B, Baltimore, Md, Hearing &
Speech, PACE, Secretary Garrett Hall.
Kornreich, Brenda, Chevy Chase, Md.,
Kosoff Clifford, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
Kostolich. Marilyn, Wheaton, Md., Animal
Science, Gymkana, Gymnastics Team.
Kostreski, Bruce, W, Wheaton, Md., Physical
Kramer, Linda, Greenbelt, Md., Recreation, Phi
Alpha Epsilon — Treasurer, Recreation &
Parks Society, WRA.
Krastel, Frederick. Kennedyville, Md.,
Kraus. Baritara. Lynn, Baltimore, Md., Special
Kremann, Timothy, Wayne. Glerm Dale, Md.,
Krips, James. A, Silver Spring, Md., Zoology, Phi
Kruth, Sandra, Livingston, N.J., Psychology.
Kuhn, Carolyn, A, Cincinnati, Ohio, Interior
Design, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Little
Sister of Alpha Tau Omega, Omicron Nu.
Kurtz, Marlene, Baltimore, Md
Kuzemka, Katherine, Silver Spring, Md.,
Criminology, Kappa Delta.
Kyne, Mary. Bethesda, Md., Government, Glee
Lagos, Joaquin, Bethesda, Md., Economics, Latin
American Association — President,
Intramural Soccer Championship.
Laing, Bonnie, J, Beltsville, Md., Psychology,
UCA, Homecoming Committee.
Lam, Kitman. S, Hyattsville, Md., Microbiology,
Sigma Alpha Omega.
Lamb. Marylou. Columbia, Md., Early
Childhood Education. Little Sister Sigma
Nu, Intramural Volleyball.
Lamont, James, H, New CarroUton, Md.,
Journalism, Phi Sigma Kappa,
Diamondback, UMUC, Gymkana Vice-
Lancer. Paul, Baltimore, Md.. Chemical
Engineering & Chemistry, American
Institute of Chemical Engineers —
Secretary, Tau Beta Pi — Cataloger,
Omega Chi Epsilon, Phi Kappa Phi,
Omicron Delta Kappa, Intramural
Football, Softball, Dorm Secretary,
Treasurer, Vice-President, Senate, Floor
Lane. Micfiele. St. Micheels, Md., Spanish, Sigma
Delta, Pi, Braziliam Club.
Lane, Robert, Suidand Md., RTVF. Sigma Delta
Chi, WMUC, SSA Forum, Drama Wing
Theatre, University Theatre.
Laney, Orin, E, Silver Spring Md., Electrical
Engineering, IEEE, Electrical
Engineering Undergraduate Association,
Facilities Tour Committee.
Langan, Alice. Bowie, Md., English.
Lange, Robery. Lyixihurst, Ohio, Marketing,
Lankford, James, E, Poldmoke, Md., General
Lanza, Nikki, L, Upper Marlboro, Md.,
Lapidus, DeboraK New York, N.Y., Music &
English, University Theatre.
Larese. Cathy, Easthampton, Ma., Early-
Larson, AUan, Burtonsville, Md., Zoology.
Larson, Ronne, Silver Spring, Md., Electrical
Lau, Ann, Elmhurst, N.Y., IFSM.
LaunaU Mark Baltimore, Md, RTVF.
James, E, Derwood Md., Mechanical
Lavish, Valerie, Oxon Hill, Md., Education.
Lawson, June. Raleigh, N.C., Textile Marketing
Alpha Xi Delta — House Manager, .\.\TT,
AHEA, Phi Sigma Kappa Little Sister.
Leach, Winfred Silver Spring, Md, IFSM.
Ledman, Susan, L. Silver Spring, Md., Sociology.
Lee. D, Karen. Greenbelt, Md., Personnel
Lee, Linda, Beltsville, Md., Sociology, Chinese
Lee, Linda, Gaithersburg, Md., TXAP.
Leger, Jr., Elmo, J, Riverdale, Md., Psychology.
Leise, Esther, Silver Spring, Md., Zoology, Alpha
Lambda Delta, Phi Sigma. Zoology
Leizear, Mark, Linthicum, Md., ABvertising
Lemmon, Ronald, Adelphi, Md., Psychology,
Photographer, Photo Club, Sid Club,
Trail Club, Night Security Staff.
Lenroiv, Robyn, S, Haworth, N.]., Criminology,
Lerch, Robert, Wheaton, Md., General Business.
Lemer, Sharon. Laurel, Md, Early Childhood
Education, Dorm Floor President,
Treasurer, Volleyball, "Commuters"
Lemer. lla, Rockville Centre, N.Y., Speech ex.
Hearing, Alpha Epsilon Phi.
Lessons, Raymond. Silver Spring, Md.,
Leung, Rormld, Rockville, Md., Electrinic
Engineering, IEEE — Secretary, Photo
Club — President.
Levin, Linda, Baltimore, Md., Early Cfiildhood
Education, WRA Horsebackriding, Dorm
Officer, P.\CE, Square Dancing Club.
Levin, Robert, Bethesda, Md, Biochemistry, Phi
Eta Sigma, Ski Club.
Levin, Syril, Wheaton, Md.
Levis, Debra, Potomac, Md, Math, Kappa
Kappa Gamma — Scholarship Chairman,
Levy. Sherri, A, Arlington, Va., Education,
Lewis, David, W, Bowie, Md.
Lewis, Kimberly, A. College Park, Md.,
Lewis, Linda, Reister^town, Md.. Special
Lewis, Marcia, Bowie, Md., Sociology, Sigma
Delta Tau, Diamondback, Intramural
Volleyball, Badminton, Dorm Treasurer.
Li, Diana, Oxon Hill, Md., Psychology, .\lpha
Lambda Delta, Psi Chi, Children's
Li, Kuan, H. Bethesda, Md.. Urban Studies,
International Club, Chinese Club. Sports
Car Club, P.ACE.
Libber, Jonathan, Kensington, Md., Zoology,
Director Auto Safety Research Center,
Honors Program — Director Cadre
Affairs, Hillel, Jewish Student Union,
Honors Tutoring Program, MaryPIRG.
Licht, SheUy, Silver Spring, Md., Elementary
Lillie, Lin, Chris, HyattsviUe, Md, Recreation.
Lin, Maria, L, Wheaton, Md, Math.
Linn, Conrad, Hyattsville, Md., Secondary
LoBianco. Syki/i, M. Washington D.C., English
Education, "Upward Bound"
Lockwood. Jean, Crotton, Md., Early Childhood
Lopez, Domenica, Beltsville, Md., Spanish, Sigma
Lorber, Rosalind, College Park, Md., Personnel.
LoTt, Douglas, E, Elkton, Md, Business. Mans^er
Loughridge. Julia, Kensington, Md. Ait History.
Loy, Vicki, Poolesville, Md., Recreation, Member
Parks & Recreation Society — Chairman
Public .administration Branch.
Lucas, hiclmrd, Catonsville, Md
Luginbill, Stephen, Silver Spring, Md.
LuncrUcn, Curt, Bowie, Md., ANSC, Alpha Zeta,
Phi Sigma, Dorm Secretary.
Lustbader, Sara, Baltimore, Md., Horticulture, Pi
.\lpha -Xi, Phi Sigma.
Lustig, S'ori. S, Beltsville, Md., Social Studies.
Luzander, James, D, Laurel, Md, Conservation.
Lyles, Donna, Beltsville, Md., Criminology.
Lynch, Terri, Flemington, N.J.. Textiles &
Macdonald, Kathleen, Silver Spring, Md.,
Mack, Jean, Baltimore, Md., Music Education,
.\lpha Lamlxia Delta.
Macides, Marvin. Bel .\ir, Md., Anthropology,
Phi Sigma Kappa, Hellenic Club.
Madden, Sarah. Hyattsville, Md., Art, Kappa
Maerz, John. C, College Park, Md., Biochemistry.
Magafan, Eugenia, H. Bethesda, .Md., Sociology,
Hellenic Club, Orthodox Christian
Magi, Tina, Mitchellville, Md
Magri, Antonio, Wheaton, Md.
Mahn, Christine, C. Potomac. Md., Elementary
Education, .\lpha Delta Pi. Panhell —
Main, Sherry, Brunswick, Md., Special
Education, WRA — Tennis, Basketball,
Volleyball, Badminton, CEC.
Mak, Sze, College Park, Md., Electrical
Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu.
Mall, Susan, L, Columbia, Md, History.
Mallow, Patricia, A, Riviera Beach, Md.,
Psychology'. Garrmia Phi Beta, Psi Chi.
Moloney, James, Rockville, Md., Government.
John Marshall Pre-Law Honorary,
Mandir, Fred. M. Wheaton, Md., Marketing,
Intramural, Ski Club.
Mangiapane, Gregory, M, Silver Spring, Md.,
Journalism, EMamondback, Marching
Mangrum, Arte, L, Seat Pleasant, Md, FMCD.
Mantegna, Barbara, J. Baltimore. Md.,
Mararac, Ricardo, Oxon Hill. Md, Public
Marcus, Sherry, A, Chevy Chase. Md., En^h.
Marnwn. Barbara, Dawn, Columbia, Md„
Library Science, Alpha Beta .\lpha.
History Club, Hillel - President,
Tutoring, Keystone Newspaper Reporter.
Martin, Albert, Oakland, Md., Mechanical
Martin, Carolyn, Baltimore. Md. Dance, Modem
Martin, David, V. Gaithersburg, Md., RTVF.
Martin, Patricia, Gaithersburg, Md. Studio Art.
Martin, Vickie, Hagerstown, Md., Elementary
Mason, David, Nottingham. Pa.. Horticulture.
Mason. Jennifer, Rutherford -N.J., .Anthropology.
PACE, .\nthropology Club.
Mastin, Dorothy, New Carrollton, Md., Speech
Communications, ,\ngel Flight, .\lpha
Mattingly. Jr.. Joseph A. Leonardtown, Md.,
Mazer. Harvey, Baltimore. -Md., Psychology,
Alpha Epsilon Pi — President.
Mazer, Joan, Baltimore, .Md.. RTVF.
Mazer, Robert, Baltimore, Md, Government.
Mazro. Chris, Takoma Park, Md, Mlusic
Performance, Marching Band Concert
Band Symphony Band 20th Century
Ensemble, Marimba Ensemble.
Meadows, Ralph, Silver Spring, Md, Industrial
Meerkreebs, Lynn, Chevy Chase, Md., Special
Education, .\lpha Delta Pi, CEC - Vice-
President. State Student Association of
CEC - President.
Merchant, Habib, Takoma Park, Md., Electrical
Engineering, Phi Kappa Phi.
Merkangas, Marilyn, Takoma Park, Md., Speech
Merwitz, Ellen, Silver Spring, Md, Animal
Science, WRA Bowling, Ski Club,
Veterinary Science Club, Dorm
Metzger, Stuart, A, Baltimore, Md.. .Accounting,
Beta .-Upha Psi, Beta Gamma Sigma,
Intramural Wrestling, Swimming Track,
Soccer, President, .Athletic Director —
Kent Hall. Dance Marathon for Cancer.
Meyer, Michele. Baltimore, Md., Law
Enforcement, Kappa Kappa Gamma.
Miara. Robert. District Heights. Md., Business
Michael, Larry, College Park, Md., Microbiology,
Program Chairman, Vice-President —
Baptist Student Union, Pre-Dental
Mike -Mayer, Istvan, Glen Rock. N.J.. General
Studies, Varsity Football.
Milburn, Michael, Glyndon, .Md, Physics.
Miley, Patricia, A, Edgewater. Md., Government,
.Alpha Delta Pi.
Milter, Charles, L, Kennedwille, .VId. Educatioa
Miller, Deborah, P, Baltimore, Md, Special
Education, Kappa Delta — President
Diamond, Intramurals, P.ACE, SLD
Swimming Instructor, Little Sister.
Miller, Joanna, Hillcrest Heists, Md., Physical
Sciences. Physical Sciences Departmental
Honors, Chief Wench of .Maryland
Medieval Mercenary Militia, Hall
Miller, Kathy, Hyattsville, Md, Management &
Consumer Studies, Member American
Home Economics .Association.
Miller, Linda, A, Jessup. Md, History.
Miller, Lynn, Wheaton, Md., Sociology, Alpha
Milter, Marprie, Baltimore. .Md, Elementary
Education, Kappa Delta Pi.
Miller, Rhoda, Spring Valley, N.Y., Journalism,
Milligan, Sharon, Cascade. Md, Psychology, Psi
Mith, Linda, Rockville, Md., English.
Milner, Jr., Francis, V., Oxon Hill Md, RTVF,
Delta Upsilon — .Assistant Secretary,
Vice-President, Chapter Relation
Secretary, IFC Rep, Co-editor "The
Mints, Donna. Washington DC. Foreign
Minahan. Matt. Silver Spring, Md., RTVF,
WMUC — Promotions Director,
Mitchetl, Anne, E. Severna Park, Md.,
.Accounting, Delta Delta Delta.
Mock Ray, Beltsville, Md.
Moer, Arthur, L. Washington D.C.
Moffett, Barbara. Laurel, -\ld. Sociology.
Shippensbur^ Pa., Physical Education,
WRA, Intramural Basketball, VoUeytall
Montgomery, David, Sevema Park, Md., EDIN.
Moore, Elizabeth, Suitland, Md, Accounting,
Beta Alpha Psi, Marching Band,
Moore. Jeffrey, U Baltimore, Md., Physical
Sciences, Pre-Dental .Society — Treasurer,
Intramural Table Tennis, Tennis, Softball,
Moore, Virginia, Baltimore, Md., Early
Childhood Education, Kappa Delta Pi.
Moose, Margaret, Silver Spring, Md, Sociology,
Mortar Board, Alpha Lambda Delta,
Alpha Kappa Delta, Sigma Delta Chi,
Diamondback Wire Editor, Daily Editor,
Copy Desk Chief, Ellicott Area Council
— President, Treasurer, RHA Executive
Morgan, Roliertu, Bowie, Md., Elementary
Morin, Michael, £, Beltsville, Md., General
Morris, John, Gaithersburg, Md.
Morris. Mary Anne, Rockville, Md., Early
Morris, Patricia, Towson, Md., English, Alpha
Delta Pi. Kappa Delta Pi, Chapel Choir,
Morrison, Luke, Canada, Fire Protection, Society
of Fire Protection Engineers — President.
Morse, Katie, Washington D.C.
Morse, Kevin, Silver Spring Md., Economics,
Morton, Linda, A. Holly Spring, N.C.
Mose, Carolyn, Hagerstown, Md., Hearing &
Mosko, Teresa, Bel Air, Md., Physical Education,
Field Hockey, Women's Lacrosse.
Moskowitz. Jay, Beltsville, Md., Personnel
Management & Labor Relations, Tau
Moss, Arlene, Rockville, Md., Animal Science,
Equestrian Club — President.
Moy, Dennis, Wheaton, Md, Personnel & Labor
Mudd, Mary, Silver Spring, Md, Personnel, Beta
Cainma Sigma, Bridge Club — Vice-
Mundell, John, Greenbelt, Md., IFSM.
Munns, John, Greenbelt, Md., Agronomy.
Munzer, Joseph, Bethesda, Md., Sociology,
Intramural Weightlifting, Official, Jazz
Ensemble, Veterans Club, Sociology Peer
Murphy, Anne, C, Hillcrest Heights, Md
Murphy, Cynthia, Baltimore. Md., Criminology.
Murphy, John, Annandale, Va., Chemistry,
Alpha Chi Sigma.
Murphy, Susan. E, Timonium, Md., Math, I^ Mu
Epsilon, Cambridge Complex Olympics.
Murtlia, Mary, Margaret, Reisterstown, Md.,
Speech, Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa
Delta Pi, Dorm Vice-President, President,
McAdams, Cheryl, S, Rockville. Md., Physical
McAllister, Singleton, Baltimore, Md..
Government & Afro .\merican Studies,
Alpha Kappa ,\lpha. Advertising Manager
Black Explosion, Resident Assistant, Pre-
Law Society, Lakeland Projects, Judicial
Borar Advisor Denton Complex.
McAuliffe, Shirley, J, Silver Spring, Md.
McCarthy, Jr., William, Clinton, Md., Statistics,
Phi Eta Sigma, Marching Band, Concert
Band, Symphony Band.
McCoy, Laura, Hyattsville, Md.
McCoy, Mary Jane, Upper Marlboro, Md.,
McCullottgh, Adele, Silver Spring, Md.,
Marketing, Black Odyssey Modehng
McDonald, Janice, Laurel, Md., Government.
McDonald, Jere, C, Washington Boro, Pa. Math.
McDonough, Sheila, Baltimore, Md.,
Criminology, WRA Badminton
Champion, Basketball, Dorm Vice-
McCinty, Catherine, R., Adelphi, Md.,
Psychology, General Honors Program.
McGrath, George, F, Silver Spring, Md.,
McKay, Mary Carolyn, Valley Lee, Md.,
Biochemistry, Pep Committee.
McKeever, Margaret, Brookville, Md.,
Ornamental Horticulture, & Floriculture,
R Alpha Xi.
McKiney, Patricia, Kensington, Md.
McLeod. Thomas, M, Greenbelt, Md., Electrical
McMullin, Paul, Glen Bumie, Md., Math &
Computer Science, President — ACM.
McPherson, Marilyn, Landover, Ifd., Zoology,
Honors Program, Black Honors Caucus,
Black Student Union, SGA, Pre-Med
Nache, Carol, Jericho, N.Y., Marketing,
American Marketing Association.
Nagel Carl, Silver Spring. Md., Accounting,
Alpha Gamma Rho, Beta Alpha Psi, AF
Nash, Claudia, New Carrollton, Md.,
Conununication, Navigators, Debate.
Natoli, Gail, Elmwood Park, N.J., Art, Kappa
Kappa Gamma, Homecoming Co-
Naugle, Sharreth, Silver Spring, Md.,
Neal, Jeritza, Landover, Md., Special Education,
Neall, Ray, Glen Burnie, Md., Personnel,
AFROTC Arnold Air Society, Intramural,
Neuwelt, Stuart, Adelphi, Md., Accounting, Phi
Sigma Delta, Intramural Softball. .
A^gan, Sharon, Kow Loon, Hong Kong, Zoology,
Phi Sigma, Alpha Delta Lambda.
Nichokon, Maria, D, Rockville, Md, Elementary
Nicholson, Myron, Columbia, Md., Zoology,
UCA Intramural Basketball, Black Pre-
Nicolai, Dean, Hersham, Pa., Government, Pi
Sigma Alpha, John Marshall Pre-Law
Society, Intramural Softball, Basketball,
Judical Board, Chief Justice, Justice,
IMemlier Senate Committee, PACE.
Nicolaisen, Anna, Rockville, Md., Early
Nobilio, Stella, Silver Spring, Md., Personnel
Nockett, Richard. Chevy Chase, Md., English
Education, PACE, Judical Board Ellicott
Noe, Carolyn. E, College Park, Md.
Norljerg, Jamie. L, Rockville, Md., Early
Childhood Education, Kappa Delta,
Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Theta Kappa, Ski
Norton, David, Greenbelt, Md., Electrical
Engineering, IEEE, Vice-Chairman
Electrical Engineering Under Graduate
Norwick, Howard Deer Park, N.Y., Accounting,
Tau Epsilon Phi.
Novak, Jr., John, Silver Spring, Mid., Chemistry,
Sigma Nu, Young Republicans.
Novick, Dorothy, Michele, Riverdale, Md.,
Elementary Education & Art.
Nucker, Mark, Adelphi, Md, Marketing.
Nuttle, Janet, Towson, Md, French, Alpha Phi,
Diamond Student Rep. French Dept.
O'Berry. Daniel, Lanham, Md., Business
O'Bradovich, Celeste, E, Baltimore, Md., Law
O'Brien, Mary, Rockville, Md., Home
Economics, Delta Delta Delta, Gymkana.
O'Brien, Michael, Silver Spring, Md., General
O'Connor, William, Sumner, Md, Business
Administration, American Marketing
Association, Anthropology Club, Veterans
Odum, John, Silver Spring, Md, Horticulture,
O'Keefe, Elise, Silver Spring, Md., Conununity
Ollinger, Deborah, Glen Bumie, Md., Home
Economics, Omicron Nu, Kappa Delta Pi.
OLane, Ann, M, Hyattsville, Md, Psychology.
Ousley, Deborah, Seabrook, Md., French.
Owena, Deborah, Hyattsville, Md., Political
Pace, Blake, Silver Spring, Md, Music, Soloist
Chorale, Soloist and Assistant Conductor
Chapel Choir, Maryland Medieval
Packin, Robert, Livingston, N.j., Government,
Diamondback, SGA, Tennis, Academic
Advisffl-, Intern United States Dept od
State, Tau Epsilon Phi.
Palacio, Sergio, Crofton, Md, Science Education.
Palko, Barbara, Greenbelt, Md, Elementary
Papuchis, John, Silver- Spring, Md., Mechanical
Engineering, Varsity Football,
Mechanical Engineering Rep.
Parce, Bruce, A, Kensington, Md, Botany, Dorm
President, RHA, Resident Assistant,
Charles West Assistant, Science In Action
Parker, Roltert, Earleville, Md, Zoology.
Parker, Rosalie, Columbia, Md., Distributive.
Parker, Wayne, Seabrook, Md., Marketing.
Parkhurst, Matk, Silver Spring, Md., Zoology.
Parkinson, Pamela, L. Beltsville, Md., Interior
Park, Richard, Hagerstown, Md., Civil
Engineering, American Society of Civil
Engineers, Varsity Baseball
Page, Gary, Riverdale, Md, Government, Alpha
Tau Omega, Gate and Key, Intramural
Allstar, Cheerleader, Homecoming, IFC
Pre. Greek Week Committee —
Chairman, Class Rep.
Patel, Rofettdra, Randallstown, Md., Zoology,
International Club, Pre-Med Society.
Pauletti, Brian, Adelphi, Md., Finance.
Pelfrey, Ruth, A, Greenbelt, Md., Psychology.
Perdue, Nancy, Salisbury, Md., Library Science,
Kappa Delta Pi, Dance Marathon.
Perlow, Howard, Baltimore. Md., Accounting,
Tau Epsilon Phi — Treasurer, President,
Homecoming, Rush, Kalegathes, Gate &
Key Society, John Marshall Pre-law
Society, SGA, Governors Commission for
Tenet, Denise, C, Hyattsville, Md. Chemistiy &
Microiology, Omicron Beta Nu Chi.
Peters, Andrea, Chevy Chase, Md., English,
Diamondback — Production Manager,
Maryland Medieval Mercenary Militia,
Peters. iMwrence, B. College Park, Md.,
Economics, Delta Upsilon.
Peterson, Lauren, E, Edgewater, Md.,
Management & Consumer Studies,
Gamma Phi Beta — Vice-President,
Diamond, Rush Chairman, Panhellnic
Assistant Deleliate, Childm's Hospital
Telethon, Equestrian Club, Stage Work,
Fencing Club, Mary Pirg, Homecoming,
IFC Liasen, Hostess International Horse
Show, Student Union, Cafe, Student
Union Information Desk, Dance
Marathon, Greek Week, IFC - Panhell
PeBcoD, Krasimira, Wheaten, Md., Accoimting,
Ski Club — Vice-President.
Petrakis, Karen, Lanham, Md.
Petronchah, Linda, Silver Springs, Md.,
Petropoclos, Chrissellene, Potomac, Md., Music,
Jude Teacher, Volleyball, Soprano Soloist
Chorale, Winner Ulrich Award
Competition, Scholarship Curtis
Instituete of Music.
Pfiester, Richard, Silver Spring, Md., Elementary
Phair, Phillipa, Baltimore, Md., Accounting.
Phillips, Gary, A, Bowie, Md., Agromony.
Pinner, Andrea, Dix Hills, N.Y., Special
Pirrone, Anglea, Silver Spring, Md., Elementary
Plater, Martha. J, Greenbelt, Md., RTVF, Alpha
Delta Pi — Pledge Class Secretary,
Assistant Scholarship, Dance Marathon,
Bowling, Tennis, Bicycling, Ice Skating,
Platter, Jesse, Baltimore, Md.
Pleet, Penny, Baltijnore, Md, Special Education,
Pterson, Ann, Baltimore, Md., Interior Design,
Poffenherger, Gail, Silver Spring, Md.,
Community Development, Sigma Kappa
— President, Omicron Nu, Diadem,
Mortar Board, Collegiate 4-H.
Poitras, J. Kevin, Rockville, Md.,
Biochineistry, Pre-Medical Society, Vice-
President, President, Health Center,
Blood Pressure Screening.
Poole, John, C, Silver Spring, Md., Ecomonics,
Pope, Cecil, Suitland, Md.
■Poritzky, Ann, Bethesda, Md.,, Sociology, PACE,
HELP Center, Recreation & Parks
Posey, Anita, Bethesda. Md., Special Education.
Powell, Gary, Silver Spring, Md., Economics, Phi
Delta Theta, Omicron Delta Kappa,
Palegathos, Intramural, Senate.
Powell, Mary Jo, Bowie, Md, Speech & Hearing.
tozarek. Mary, Silver Spring, Md.
Pradel, Eileen, Upper Marlboro, Md.,
Prater, Deborali, Jersey City, N.J.
Prats, Margarita, E, Bethesda, Md., Medical
Presler, Sally, Silver Spring, Md., History, Alpha
Lambda Delta, John Marshall Pre-Law
Society, Women's Center.
Pressman, Harry, Silver Spring, Md., Accounting,
Tau Epsilon Phi, Delta Sigma Pi.
Price, Tommy, I, Davidsonville, Md.,
Yearbook, News American Photographer,
Sissy Search and Rescue Squad —
President, Football, Volleyball.
Pritchard, Glenn, Kennsington, Md., Psychology,
Puffenberger, Alan, N., Silver Spring, Md.
Pugliese, Gerard, Seabrook, Md., Marketing,
Puglisi, Charles, Silver Spring, Md, Marketing.
Pukacz, Ronald, Baltimore, Md., Zoology, Sigma
Chi, Intramural Volleyball, Baseball.
Purisch, Kaihy, Silver Spring, Md., Elementary
Education, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Diadem,
SGA, Pep Squad.
Pyle, Janice, E, New CarroUton, Md., Personnel
Management, Dorm President.
Queen, Michael A, Rockville. Md., RTVF,
National Film Association of America,
WMUC, TV Workshop.
Quinn, Williarrt, Laurel, Md, Math, Pi Mu
Habiee, Jila, College Park, Md, Ecomonics.
Radow, Laurel, Bronxville, N.Y., History, Floor
President La Plata.
Rafferty, Mary, Kensington, Md., Special
Education, Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha
Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pi,
Ragan, Gail, Hyattsville, Md.
Rambo, C, David, Elkton, Md., Joumahsm,
Lambda Chi Alpha, Diamondback,
Ramsey, George, Mt. Rainer, Md, EngUsh.
Randolph, Margaret, A, Silver Spring, Md.,
History/Psychology, Pi Beta Phi — Vice-
President, President, Angel Flight,
Student Needs Committee-Education,
Little Sister of Minerva, Lifeguard, Swim
Rangl>el, Aparicio, I, Takoma Park, Md.,
Transportation & Business, John Marshall
Pre-Law Honorary, Phi Eta Sigma.
Rapp, Geraldine, Laisville, Ky.
Ratajsk, David, Columbia, Md, Accounting,
Beta Alpha Psi.
Raub, Deborah, F, Takoma Park, Md.
Red, Dennis, Dauphin, Pa., Zoology, Track
Team, Pre-Dental Society.
Regan, Matthew, F, Hyattsville, Md.,
Architecture, Alpha Gamma Rho, Shuttle
Bus Coordinator, Homecoming Co-
Reichart. Marirut, Townson. Md., Elementary
Reituich, Linda, Fair Lawn, N.J., Elementary
Education, Alpha Lambda Delta,
Diadem, Kappa Delta Pi, PACE, Health
Service Advisory Board
Reisman, Robert, Silver Spring, Md., Marketiug.
Reiter, Lynn, Annapolis, Md., Elementary
Education, RHA, Floor President, EUicott
Area Vice-President, Newspaper Editor,
Co-Chairman Specaker Series Program. ^^^
Rencher, John, Bivalve, Md., Horticulture.
Rendel, Susan, Baltimore, Md., Sociology,
Repue, Joseph, Hagerstown, Md, Physics/Math,
Rexroad, Marilyn, District Heights, Md.
Reynolds, Susan, Hagerstown, Md., Health
Reznick, Steven, Washington, D.C., Zoology, Phi
Eta Sigma, SGA, Zoology Honors
Rhodes, Louise Ann, Bethesda, Md.
Rhodes, Shelley. Oceanside, N.Y., Biological
Sciences, Kappa Delta Pi, PACE,
Consumer Advisory Board, Health Service
Advisory Board — Secretary.
Rich, Calvin, A, Silver Spring, Md., Psychology.
Richard, BetJi, Potomac, Md
Richards, Alan, Annaplois, Md, General Studies,
Phi Delta Theta, Intramural Wrestling.
Richardson, K, Rodney, Wheaton, Md, RTVF,
NAEB, NAT AS, Yearbook Staff, Excalibur
Staff, Swimming, Intramural Football,
SGA, Threatre Workshop, Television
Workshop, Radio Workshop.
Righter, N, Warren, Hyattsville, Md.,
Architecture, Pep Committee.
Rivest, Jeffrey, District Heists, Md., Zoology,
Phi Delta Theta — President. Leadership
Workshop, National Convention
Delegate, Omicron Delta Kappa, IFC
Kalegathos, Ball Chairman.
Robbins, Gail, Cherry Hill, N.J., Math, Alpha
Lambda Delta, Pi Mu Epsilon —
Secretary, Kappa Delta Pi.
Robbins, Richard, Jon, Silver Spring, Md.
Roberts, Jr., Edward, J, Glen Bumie, Md.,
JournaUsm, Diamondback, Intramural
Softball, WMUC, Floor Vice-President,
Robin, Jerry, Adelphi, Md, General Business,
TEP, Table Tennis, Weightlifting.
Rodante, Thomas, V, College Park, Md, Fire
Protection, Society of Fire Protection
Roddy, Patrick, Hyattsville, Md., RTVF, Honors
Student, "Television and the Deaf'
Honors Thesis, Television Workshop.
Rodgers, Deborah, Silver Spring, Md., Social
Studies, PACE, Hall Unit Vice-President,
Rodgers, Mark, E, Lanham, Md., Biology, Swim
Rogala, Frances, C, Chevy Chase, Md.,
Criminology, Mortar Board, John
Marshall Pre-Law, Criminology Frat.,
Student Advocate, Criminology Liason,
Resident Assistant, Criminology Rep.,
Vice-President Cambridge Compley.
Rogers, Monica, Rockville, Md., Physical
Education, Women's Varsity Basketball,
Field Hockey, Lacrosse.
Roots, Eric, C. Baltimore, Md., Managment &.
Consumer Studies, J.V. Basketball,
Inatramural Football, Basketball, Softball,
Vice-President, Communication BSU.
Rose, Jackie, Cherry Hill, N.J., Physical
Education, Phi Alpha Epsilon, Sigma Tau
Epsilon, Women's Intercellegiale
Volleyball, Lacrosse Team, WRA
Recording Secretary, Rep.
Rosen, Lynn, H, Baltimore, Md., Drama.
Rosenbaum, Nancy, B, Adelphi. Md., English.
Rosenberg Duane, Catonsville, Md., Accounting,
Beta Alpha Psi.
Rosenberg Judith, Baltimore, Md., Studio Art,
Mortar Roard. Diamondback Arti.st.
Rothermel, Donna. Silver Spring, Md.,
Government, Alpha Lanilxla Delta.
Rotondi. Ron, Beltsville, Md., Accounting.
Rovener. Robert, Potomac, Md., Zoology, Pre-
Med Society, Sports Car Club.
Rowe. Carol, E, Towson, Md., Physical
Education, Phi Beta Phi, Greek Area
Board, Little Sister Phi Sigma Kappa,
Physical Education Honorary, Women's
Inter-collegiate Field Hockey, Swimming,
Roy, Thomas. J, Windsor, Conn., Education,
Rubeor, Arthur, L, Towson, Md., Enghsh,
Intramural Football, Basketball.
Rufai, Olusola, Silver Spring, Md.
Rupp, Douglas, E, Shiremanstown, Pa., General
Studies, Phi Delta Theta, Varsity Track.
Russ, Vickie, L, Beltsville, Md., Speech &
Russell, Joseph, Leonardtown, Md., General
Russo, Josephine, A, Reading, Pa., Textiles
Rykowski, Mary. K, Towson, Md., Special
Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma.
Rynties, Mary Lee, Camp Springs, Md.,
Consumer Economics, Omicron Nu,
Alpha Zeta,Departniental Honors, AATT.
Saathoff, Linda, Easton. Md., Education,
President Collegiate 4-H Club, MHEA,
Maryland Dairy Princess, National 4-H
SachwaU, P Judy, Baltimore, Md., American
Studies, Senate, SGA, Governor's
Commission for Student Affairs.
Sadowsky. Jean, Baltimore, Md., Psychology, Psi,
Saidla, Debie, D, Snow Hill, Md., Speech
Sandler, Jeffrey, Baltimore, Md., Zoology, HELP
Center, Trail Club, CPVFD.
Santo, James, J, Rye, N.Y., General Business,
Delta Tau Delta, Varsity Football,
Atlantic Coast Conference Honor Roll,
Team Social Chairman, Floor President.
Sarran, Ellen, R. Greenbelt, Md., Therapeutic
Recreation, Phi Alpha Epsilon, Recreation
and Parks Society.
Sartori, Patricia, New Carrellton, Md., Special
Savell, George, M, Takoma Park, Md., Pre-Med.
Savitt, Carol Painview, N.Y., Psychology.
Saylor, Charles, Baltimore, Md., Chemistry.
Scarano, Mark. Morristown, N.J., IFSM, Track.
Scarborough, Paul. Rockville, Md., Personnel,
Schaeffer, Maxine, N, College Park, Md., Speech
Communications, Delta Phi Epsilon —
House Manager, Diamond, Calvert
Communication Lecture Series &
Schaps, Shelley, Valley Stream, N.Y., Special
Schechterman, Bennie, Cranford, N.J., Hearing &
Scheetz, Donald, Seabrook, Md., Industrial
Scheige, Marilyn. Fair Lawn, N.J., Zoology Phi
Sigma, Adult Health & Developmental
Schenke, Jeanne, Bethesda, Md., Crafts.
Schilling, Lou Anne, Middletown, Md., Textile
Schillinger, Betty. Severn, Md., Horticulture,
Intramural Badminton, Horticulture
Schiller, Mary. C, Sevema Park, Md., Secondary
Art Education, Kappa Delta.
Schlachman. Barbara. Baltimore, Md., Early
Childhood Education, Childhood
Schlesinger. Helen. R. Teanick, N.J., RTVF.
Schmierer. Susan, College Park, Md.. Special
Education, Vice-President Queene
Schmuckler, Madlyn, Howard Beach, N.Y.,
Speech & Drama Education, Phi Sigma
Sigma, Tennis Team, WRA, Student
Employee Big UM.
Schneider, Jill, Cindy, Plainview, NY., Special
Educabon, Kappa Delta Pi, Intramural
Volleyball, Resident Assistant, PACE.
L, Michael, Baltimore, Md., RTVF,
Diamondback, WMUC, Intramural
Schneider, Walter, C, Rockville, Md., Marketing.
Schoenwetter, Carol, Ann, Seabrook, Md.,
Physical Education, Ski Club.
Scfwrr, Ginger, Silver Spring, Md.
Schultz, Gretchen. Potomac, Md., Interior
Schumacher, Robert. Annapolis, Md., Fish &
Wildlife Management, SSRS, Social
Schumann, Estell, K, Chevy Chase, Md.,
Psychology, Psi Chi.
Schwartz, James, W, Takoma Park, Md.,
Scout, Dehra, Camp Hill, Pa., Textiles &
Apparel, Kappa Alpha, Alpha Alpha Pi —
Secretary, Band, Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Screven. Anglea, E, Baltimore, Md., Textiles &
Apparel, Alpha Kappa Alpha, Black
Explosion — Assistant Manager, Pan Hell
Scully, Carolyn, Potomac, Md., Sociology.
Seamone, Joseph, Rockville, Md., Physical
Seebold, Andrea, E, Washington, D.C.,
Transportation, Delta Nu Alpha,
Seidman, Debbie, Rockville, Md., EngUsh.
Selikowitz, Carole, Glen Rock, N.J., Speech &
Drama Secondary Education, Kappa
Delta Pi, PACE, Mary PIRG, Television
Workshop, Reader's Theatre Traveling
Selke, Anne, Margaret, Chevy Chase, Md.,
Shafer, Patti, Passaic, N.J., Special Education,
Kappa Delta Pi, PACE.
Shahery, Sharrokh, K, Takoma Park, Md., Textile
Science, Phi Kappa Tau, AATT, AATCC.
Shanks, Norma, B. Baltimore, Md., General
Studies, Little Sister Alpha Gamma Rho.
Shapire, Patricia. Bethesda, Md., Textile
Economics, Pi Beta Phi, AATT, MHEA.
Sharp, Lka. A, Owings Mills, Md., Horticulture,
Shaver, Diane, Beltsville, Md., Early Childhood
Education, Alpha Chi ' Omega,
Scholarship Chairman, Alpha Lambda
Delta, Diamond, WRA, Equestrian Club.
Shaver, Patricia, Catonsville, Md., Economics.
Shendelman, Deborah, Memphis, Tenn.,
Sociology, Hall President, Alpha Kappa
Shepherd, Helen, New Carrollton, Md., Medical
Technology, Delta Gamma, Alpha
Sheppard, Kirk, A, Bethesda, Md., History.
Sherbert, Gary, Dunkirk, Md., Persomiel.
Sherbow, Charles, College Park, Md., IFSM.,
Justice Student Traffic Board.
Sherman, Helen, N, Silver Spring, Md.,
Sherman, Tolty, Moorestown, N.]., Hearing &
Speech, Terrapin Rioteers, Children's
Health & Developmental Clinic, Advisory
Board Student Speech & Hearing
Sherwood, Susan. Silver Spring, Md.,
Management Science — Statistics, WRA.
Shields. Ruth. Midlothican, Md., Business.
Shill, Paula, Springfield, N.J., Special Education,
Kappa Delta Pi, PACE, CEC.
Shimalmkuro, Lane, K, Rockville, Md., Zoology,
HELP Center, Secretary, Vice-President,
President, Talbot Hall.
Shook, Nancy, I, Beltsville, Md.
Shukis, Valerie, Ann, Aberdeen, Md., Interior
Design, EEEO — Secretary.
Shidman, Diane. Silver Spring, Md., Art,
National Art Education Association.
Shulman. Mauria, Kensington, Md., Dance.
Siegel, Michael, Baltimore, Md., Zoology,
Intramural Basketball, Dorm Vice-
President, Pre-Dental Society, HAC.
Si/t)er, Anne, Baltimore, Md., Psychology,
Resident Assistant, PACE, Research
Assistant, Group Student Leader
Silverman, Lynn, D, Silver Spring, Md.,
Simmons, Linda, Greenbelt, Md., Zoology, Phi
Sigma Beta, Zeta, Pre-Medical Society.
Simon, Morton, R, New Carrollton, Md.,
Sintetos. Anthony. L. Silver Spring, Md., Biology,
Sirbough. Dennis. L, Clinton, Md., Physical
Small, Bonnie, Silver Spring, Md., Sociology.
Small. Ellen. J, New Carrollton, Md.,
Smith, Bonita, Elkridge, Md., Hearing & Speech,
National Student Speech & Hearing
Association, Hall Unit Treasurer.
Smith, Denise, Atlantic City, N.J., FMCD, Dorm
Council Rep., Commimity Service.
Smith, Donald, Derwood, Md.. Marketing.
Smitfi, Donald, Owings Mills, Md., Law
Smith, Janice, AnnapoUs, Md., Art History, Phi
Theta Kappa, Job's Daughters.
Smith, John, K, Beltsville, Md., General Business.
Smitfi, Meredith, Laytonsville, Md., Biological
Sciences, Collegiate 4-H.
Smith, R. Kirk, Myattsville, Md., Elementary
Smith. Robert. Gatasaugua, Pa., Microbiology,
Delta Tau Delta, Omicron Delta Kappa,
Smith. Robert, Gaithersburg, Md., Accounting.
Smith. Thomas, Riverdale, Md., Accounting,
Smolin, Leslie. Daryl. Bellmore, N.Y.,
Psychology, Accounting, John Marshall
Pre-Law Honorary, Psi Chi, Intramural
Basketball, Football, Softball, Chief
Justice Student Traffic Board, Chief
Justices Council, Senate Adjunct
Committee on Safety & Health, Senate
Adjunct Committee on Student
Sobin, Norman, A, Fair Lawn, N.J., Marketing,
Alpha Lambda Beta, Resident Assistant,
Dorm Social Chairman, Senate Adjunct
Committee for Facilities Use.
Sobnosky, Carol, Temple Hills, Md., Elementary
Sohmer, Barbara, Randallstown, Md., Zoology,
Mortar Board, Pre-Med Soceity —
Treasurer, Alpha Lambda Delta —
President, Advisory Board Office of
Somerset, Philip, H.. Rockville, Md., ISM, ISM
Soohoo, Margaret, Silver Spring, Md.,
Sorensen, Roberta, L, Bowie, Md., Art.
Sorkin, Karen, Passaic, N.J., Government, Sigma
Delta Tau — President, Mortar Board, Pi
Sigma Alpha, John Marshall Pre-Law
Society, Diadem, Diamond, Who's Who
Among Students in American Colleges
and Universities, PanHellenic, Council —
President, Chancellor's Undergraduate
Advisory Council, Governor's Commission
for Student Affairs, SGA.
Spann, Willis, Lee, Long Beach, N.C., General
Business, Alpha Tau Omega, Gate and
Key, Resident Assistant, Cross Country,
Sparks, Barry, Silver Spring, Md., Accounting,
Beta Alpha Psi, Bridge Club — Treasurer.
Spates, William, Frostburg, Md., Speech
Communication Union, Public Relations
Society, Ski Club.
Speicher, Sandra, Silver Spring, Md., Sociology,
Speilman, Ann, Sharpsburg, Md., Home
Spivak, Audrey, Little Neck, N.Y., Elementary
Art Education, Delta Phi Epsilon.
Spratling, Linda, Athens, Ga., Personnel & Labor
Stack, Gary, E, Bladensburg, Md., Biochemistry,
Phi Eta Sigam, Phi Sigma.
Stanely, Harriet, C, Annapolis, Md.
Stasulli, Dominick, Hyattsville, Md.,
Stathes, Jeff, Kensington, Md., EngUsh, Choral.
Stauber, Barbara, D, Fair Lawn, N.J., French,
Spanish, Alpha Lambda Delta, Dorm
Steely, Susan, Silver Spring, Md., Textile
Stefan, Monica, Silver Spring, Md., RTVF,
Television Workshop, UCA, Student
Union Staff Member.
Stefun, Beatrice, M, College Park, Md., Law
Enforcement, Kappa Alpha Theta —
Activities Chairman, Justice Greek Area
Board, Panhellenic Rep.
Steinbach, Debra, Sykesville, Md., Early
Childhood Education, Kappa Delta, UPB,
Steinberg, Wayne, Baltimore, Md., Zoology.
Stevick, Richard, T. Laurel, Md., Electrical
Engineering, Aguhners — President.
Stevens, Gayle, Adelphi, Md., Early Childhood
Education, Sigma Kappa.
Stevenmn, Jeffrey, F, Adelphi, Md., Math, Delta
Stewart, Olga, Burtonsville, Md., Biological
Stewart, Valerie, J, Silver Spring, Md.. FMCD,
Alpha Chi Omega, Diamond, Pahellenic
Rush — Chairperson.
Steyn, Pam, Bethesda, Md., Recreation,
Women's Volleyball, Swim, Track Team.
Stim, Jacquelyn, Greensboro, Md.
St. John, FJizabeth, Bethesda. Md., Spanish,
Sigma Delta Pi.
Stocksdale, Beverly, Towson, Md., Special
Education, Alpha Gamma Delta, Baptist
Stockwell, Robert, J, Greenbelt, Md., Psychology,
Stogdale, Dehra, L, Hyattsville, Md., History.
Stokes, Farah, Bel Air, Md., Family Studies.
Stores, Melva, Baltimore, Md., Medical
Stolka, Margaret, Edgewood, Md., Library
Stoller, Nancy, Silver Spring, Md., Psychology.
Steatton, Anne, Greenbelt, Md., Textile
Strees, Alice, J, Silver Spring, Md., Journalism,
Sigma Delta Chi, Diamondback.
Strobel, Gary, Silver Spring, Md., Psychology,
Phi Beta Kappa, Psi Chi.
Sturdevant, Patricia. Prince Frederick, Md.
Sullivan, Bruce, Baltimore, Md, Physical
Sullivan, Eileen, New Orleans, La., Sociology.
Sullivan, Maurice, D, Kiowa, Col.
Summers, Martha, Landover, Md., Art.
Suxjrt.^ Eric, Baltimore, Md., RTVF, General
Manager Television Workshop, RTVF
Undergraduate Student Rep., University
Siverdel Mavis, Perrineville, N.J., Animal
Swindler, John, Riverdale, Md., General
Taberoff, RocheUe, H, Wheaton, Md., Spanish,
Sigma Delta Pi.
Taghavi, Nematolah, Hyattsville, Md., Math.
Tan, Christiana, C, Hyattsville, Md., Dance.
Tannenhaum, Michael, Bowie, Md., Accoimting,
Beta Alpha Psi.
Tanner, Drucilla, Silver Spring, Md.,
Criminology, Kappa Alpha Theta.
Tarhutton, Robert, Silver Spring, Md.,
Marketing DNA — Secretary.
Tatum, John, Camp Spring, Md., Electrical,
Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu — Recoring,
IEEE, Intramural Football, Electrical
Engineering Undergraduate Association —
Chairman, Electrical Engineering Awards
Taylor, Barry, Wheaton, Md., Speech.
Taylor, Louise, Hyattsville, Md., Sociology.
Taylor, Michael, D, Forestville, Md., Accounting.
Taylor, Shirleeta, Landover, Md., Speech, BSU,
WRC - PubUc Affairs Interehip.
Tepper, Billie, B, Silver Spring, Md., Hearing &
Speech Science, NSSHA, PACE, Women's
Crisis Hotline, Volunteer American
Foundation for Autistic Children.
Tess, Russell, Beltsville, Md.
Tester, Denise, Gambrills, Md., Microbiology.
Tetervin, Amy, Silver Spring Md., Animal
Science, Equestrian Club, Diamondback.
Thaler, John, J, Rockville, Md., Zoology, Sigma
Park, Monica, J, College Theis, Park, Md.,
English, Student Supervisor Student
Thojnas, Johanna, Baltimore, Md., Hearing &
Speech, Intramural Basletball, RHA —
Thomas, Maria, Silver Spring, Md., Art, Kappa
Thomas, Robert, B, College Park, Md.,
Government, Sigma Nu.
Thomason, Harry, J L, District Heights, Md.,
Mechanical Engineering, American
Society of Mechanical Engineers.
Thompson, Su.mn, Greenbelt, Md., Elementary
Tischler, Howard, Columbia, S.C., Math,
Intramural Football, Basketball, Track,
Tobias, Leslie, Carolyn, Bethesda, Md., Interior
Design, Omicron Nu — Editor, Christian
Science Organization — Reader,
Treasurer, Vice-President, President,
Angel Flight, ASID.
Tobin, Suzanne, M, Silver Spring, Md., EngUsh,
Todd, Mark, Queen Anne, Md., Industrial
Technology, Alpha Gamma Rho, Gate
and Key Society, Senate, Society of
Manufacturing Engineers — President.
College of Education Student
Tolton, Mary, Kensington, Md., Hearing &
Tomb, Kathy, Rockville, Md., Early Childhood
Torchinsky, Linda, E, Silver Spring, Md.
Train, Joanne. PaUsades Park, N.J.
Trenk, Barton, Woo.
Tretter, Terry, Silver Spring, Md., Music, Sigma
Alpha Iota, Alpha Lambda Delta.
Triolo, Christopher, Redbank, N.J., Government,
Intramural Cross Country, Football,
Softball, Volleyball, Denton Complex
Communications Committee Chairman,
Tsiatolas, Cassandra, Silver Springs, Md.
Tucker, Mark, L, College Park, Md., Chemical
Turner, Alvin, Silver Spring, Md., Business
Turner, Linda, Landover, Md.
Uhl, Judy, A, E. Riverdale, Md., Horticulture,
Ukpolo, Victor, College Park, Md., Economics.
Upton, Leona, Severn, Md.
Urdahl, Candy, K, Rockville, Md., Geography,
GTU, Ski Club, RHA Pep, Presidency
President, La Piata.
Vaill, Corinne, Alexandria, Va., History.
Valentine, Dale, Bowie, Md., Physical
Education, Intramural Cross Country,
Track & Field.
Vanags, Imants, Silver Spring, Md., General
Business, Delta Nu Alpha.
Van Grack, Jeffrey, Chevy Chase, Md., Tau
Epsilon Phi, Pledge Warden, Intramurals,
Out-of-House Board of Governors.
Van Valkenburg, Frederick, Oxon Hill, Md.,
M ath, Arnold Air Society, AFROTC-Corps
Vaughan, Carol, Weston, Conn., Early
ChUdhood Education, Alpha Phi.
Vazques, Jose, Bethesda, Md., Biological
Venick, Judy, Baltimore, Md., Math Education.
Vera, Heman, Wheaton, Md., Economics, Latin
American Association, Intramural Soccer.
Victorian, Julie, G, Rockville, Md., Advertising
Vieira, Nancy, E, Adelphi, Md., Animal Science.
Vogelgesang, Jennifer, Miami, Fla., Textile
Marketing, Alpha Delta Pi, Diamond
Volz, Nancy, Silver Spring, Md., Art.
VonFreind, Charles, Bethesda, Md., History.
Vuthiganond, Staporn, College Park, Md., Civil
Wagner, Cheryl, College Park, Md., Philosophy,
Wagner, Jeff, Milton, Pa., Production
Mangaement, Resident Assistant.
Waldenberg, Alan, Wychoff, N.J., Accounting,
Tau Epsilon Phi, Beta Gamma Sigma,
Beta Alpha Psi, Phi Eta Sigma, John
Marshall Pre-Law Honorary, Judicial
Board, Co-Chariman Red Cross Blood
Waldethang, Britt, M, Silver Spring, Md.,
Government, Kappa Alpha Theta,
Walker, Dianne, College Park, Md.,
Horticulture, Sigma Kappa.
Wall, Kathleen, Bethesda, Md., Hearing &
Speech, Resident Assistant, Judicial
Board, Cambridge Area, Advisor Hearing
& Speech Dept.
Walser, David, Laurel, Md., Electrical
Walsh, Colleen, Baltimore, Md., Special
Walsh, Dave, Laurel, Md., Personnel
Management & Industrial Relations, Tau
Epsilon Phi, Intramural Football,
Basketball, Softball, SGA, Campus Cancer
& Blood Drives.
Walter, Kathryn, R, Rockville, Md., EDSP,
Alpha Omicron Pi, Alpha Lambda Delta,
Kappa Delta Pi.
Walter, M. Chris, Rockville, Md., Accounting.
Walter. Alfred, R, Rockville, Md., Studio Art,
Cross Country, Track, Art League.
Ward, Jr.. William, A, Baltimore, Md.
Waters, Jamie, West Orange, N.J., Art History.
Waters, Thomas, Derwood, Md., Electrical
Engineering, Navigators, IEEE.
Watiiins, Carolyn, Fredericksburg, Va., Math,
Way, Yunan, Baltimore, Md.
Weber, Edward, J, Baltimore, Md.,
Microbiology, Sigma Alpha Omicron,
Microbiology Honors Program, Who's
Who Among Students in American
Universities, Chorale, Senate Committee
for Scheduling & Registrations, PACE,
Cambridge Area Council Cultural
Corrunittee Chairman, Executive Council,
Cambridge Complex Newspaper.
Weber, Karen, L, Rockville, Md.
Weinberger, Laura, Silver Spring, Interior
Design, Delta Phi Epsilon, Diamond,
SGA, Panhellenic Association — Vice-
Weingarden, Sharon, Waldrof, Md., Home
Economics Education, AHEA.
Weinger, Debra, Columbia, Md., Psychology.
Weinstein, Richard, S, Potomac, Md., Zoology,
Science Fiction Society, Table Tennis
Club, Pre-Med Society.
Weisberg, Daniel, Fair Lawn, N.J., Economics,
John Marshall Pre-Law Honorary,
National Economics Honorary, SGA,
PACE, Senate, Chancellor's Committee
on Resident Life.
Weismiller. Margaret, Beltsville, Md, Physical
Education, Kappa, Delta, — Secretary,
Editor, Intramurals, WRA.
Weismiller. Robert. Beltsville, Md., Physical
Education, Phi Delta Theta.
Weisberg, Fonda. New City, N.Y., Speech &
Hearing, Volunteer for Retarded
Weker, Laurie, J. Bethesda, Md., Sociology.
Wellington, Patricia, Adelphi, M., Special
Education, Kappa Delta.
Wells, David, Silver Spring, Md, Chemistry.
Wells, 111, John, L. Lane Action, Mass.,
Wenger, Mary, H, Silver Spring, Md.,
WentzeU Sarah, Crofton, Md., General Studies.
Wenzler. Barbara, Capitol Heights, Md.,
Werner, Catherine, Wheaton, Md., French.
Werner, Janice G. Silver Spring, Md.
West, Brian. Rockville, Md., General Business,
John Marshall Pre-Law Honorary, Dorm
West, Kathleen, Potomac, Md., English, Pi Beta
Phi, Panhellenic Rep., Co-Chairman
Homecoming Committee, Community
Action Chairman Panhellenic Council.
West, Sarah, Greenbelt, Md., Biological
Weston, Katherine, Hyattsville, Md., History,
Weiherald, Eleanor. Beltsville, Md, Music,
Whalen, Walter, J, Towson, Md, IFSM,
Information Systems Management
Student Organization — President.
White, Deborah, J, Laurel, Md, Elementary
White, Linda, Hyattsville, Md, Criminology,
Young Democrats of P.G. County, Equal
Employment and Educational
Opportunity Office — Housing Office.
White, Nadine, Sterung, Va., Mechanical
Engineering, Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi.
Whitman, Esmond, Philip, Parsonsburg, Md.,
Agronomy Economics, Sigma Chi.
Wiedel, Kevin, Laurel, Md., Music Education,
Sigma Chi, Kappa Delta Pi, Chapel
Wiener, Jon, Silver Spring, Md., Microbiology,
Sigma Alpha Omicron — Vice-President,
Undergraduate Rep. Division Agriculture
& Life Sciences, Musicans Forum.
Wilens, Patricia, Chevy Chase, Md, Journalism,
Sigma Delta Chi, Diamondback —
Assistant Managing Editor.
Wilkinson, John, Bethesda, Md., Government,
Willemin, Louis, Wheaton, Md., American
Willianw, D'Ette, Elkton, Md, French, French
Williams, Gordon, E, Suitland Md., Sociology,
Phi Delta Theta — Secretary, Outstanding
Williams, Lynne, Prince Frederick, Md.,
Housing, Omicron Nu.
Williams, Patrick, Bethesda, Md.. General
Williams, William, A, Baltimore, Md..
Transportation, Delta Nu Alpha - Vice-
Wilner, Reed, S, Randallstown, Md., History,
Freshman Honorary, History Honorary,
International Club, East — Asian Cultural
Wilson, Barbara, Wilmington, Del., Psychology,
Alpha Phi, Diamond, SGA.
Wilson, Linda, A, Springfield, Va., Secretarial
Vicky, Snow Hill, Md., Music, BSU -
Cultural Committee, Chorus, Chorale.
Wisor, M. Jane, K, Laurel, Md, Special
Withers, Marilyn, Alexandria, Va., Economics,
Alpha Sigma Lambda.
Wittemeier, David, E, Accounting, Lake
Ronkonkoma, N.Y., Beta Alpha Psi, Beta
Gamma Sigma, Christian Science
Organization — Treasurer, Secretary,
Marching Band, Concert Band.
Wolfe, Patti, Abingotn, Pa., Hearing & Speech,
Honorary Recognition, Speech & Hearing
Wolpert, Lorrain, Gaithersburg, Md., Animal
Science, Phi Sigma.
Wood, Bonnie, O wings, Md.
Wood, S, Gail, Rockville, Md, Library Science.
Woodworth, Esixer, Cheverly, Md., German,
Arts & Humanities Council.
Wright, Sandra, Beltsville, Md.
Wynn, Diane, New Carrollfon, Md.,
Managemant & Consumer Studies, Alpha
Gamma Kelta, Alpha Lambda Delta,
Omicron Nu, Diamond, Little Sister Phi
Yankow, Bruce, W. Long Branch, N.J., Zoology.
Yarashus, Ronald, Bowie, Md., English, Dorm
Yee, Ronald, Hillcrest Heights, Md, General
Studies, Veteran's Club.
Yee, Sharon, Marlow Heights, Md., Marketing.
Yenias. Evelyn, Baltimore, Md.
York, Michael Bethesda, Md., Biochemistry.
Young, Donna, Indian Head Md
Young, Susan, Rockville, Md, Math.
Zawodny, Albert, Baltimore, Md., Accounting,
Intramural — Athletic Director, Dorm
Zeitlin, Elisa, Baltimore, Md, Public Relations,
Pubhc Relations Student Society of
Zucchi, Alfred, Sevema Park, Md, Mechanical
Zulanch, Bedi, Potomac, Md., Sociology, Kappa
Alpha Theta — Vice-President.
Zunger, Gwendolyn, Beth, Neptune, N.J.
Cathy Farrell 221
Phi Sigma Delta
Alpha Gamma Rho
Phi Delta Theta
Alpha Chi Omega
Alpha Epsilon Phi
Alpha Gamma Delta
Delta Phi Epsilon
Kappa Alpha Theta
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Sigma Delta Tau
Unfucrsilq uf itlarqlaui)
1>. ElkiiLs, Thei]
Dr. Elldns, Now
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230 Jim Freeburger
Mr. Richard W. Case
Dr. Louis L. Kaplan
Mr. George C. Fry
Mr. Edward Hurley
Mr. James E. Jacobs
Dr. Emerson C. Walden
Mr.s. Mary C. Broadwater
The Board of Regents Now With Students
Mr. William Connolly
Sen. Joseph D. Tydings
Mr. B. Herbert Brown
Mr. L. Mercer Smith
Mr. Hugh A. McMullen
Dr. Samuel H. Hoover
Frank Fiersldn 231
232 Student Government Association
Five years ago, the Indochina war raged, demonstrators
were in the streets, and things seemed indelicately balanced
between revolutions and repression. Now we know better: the
war rages on, albeit with less bad press than in 1970, and the
streets are filled with people looking for a job/a cause/and a
tankful of gas. As for the dichotomy between revolution and
repression, is there a doubt in anyone's head?
If the catchwords "pardon" or "Nolo contendere " or a
dollar and a half for your jar of Peter Pan crunchy don't
move you one way, how about the deep frying of the
Symbionese Liberation Army last summer? Or Henry the K'S
off-the-cuff-remarks about the irresponsibility of the Chilean
people in freely electing a Marxist president? Or if you're up
for about of self-hectoring, Jerry Ford's "amnesty" plan?
Come on in, the recession's fine, and the repression's free —
all the inflation you can eat.
Ain't no Camelot 'round her, jack. Ain't even no reder-
nales ray-unch. Kurt Vonnegut spoke to the graduating class
at Bennington last spring. This is what he said:
"Things are terrible, and they're never going to get any
Student Government Association 233
In 1912, the heart of Maryland Agricultural College burned to the groimd. The barracks, home of the dining hall,
lecture hall, classrooms and dorms was involved in a major fire which took not only the building but an integral part
of the young campus' life.
The barracks, the original building of the new college, was completed in 1859. For the next 53 years, it became the
center of M.A.C. When the 19th Century structure succumbed to the flames, more was lost than just a building.
236 Student Government Association
Student Government Association 237
We dash into class late (no parking anywhere) with cups of Macke coffee sloshing through white plastic lids. We
reach into our knapsack and luckily pull out the right notebook. And we forget for awhile the road — the endless road
that we walk/ drive/ bike to get here and which will soon take us back. We forget for awhile as we become another
vertebrae in the skeletal rows of desks. But soon the rows dismember and we are adrift once more.
Some of us head right away for the next class, treadmilling quickly through a tightly compressed schedule. Quickly
so we can leave at the necessary time to go to work. Go to work so we can make money so to come back here every
day and be students.
Some of us head right away for the next class.
For many of us, a spare hour creeps in. We hide in a cubicle in the library doing reserved reading that should've
been done already. Or we float up the escalator to the fourth floor where headphones and speakers transport us, sans
traffic jams, far away from the university.
Another way to kill an hour is to opt for noise, life and human companionship. We head for the Student Union
whose wide open doors promise the possiblity of a familiar face.
And even if unfamiliar — kindred souls are everywhere. They huddle over more coffee in twos and threes in the
cafeteria. They laugh and curse over pinball machines. Or they find their way to their own little nichem where
eventually someone recognizes their face and smiles, be it the Black Student Union, the Women's Center or that
weirdly plush room known as the Commuter's Lounge.
As always the day's end comes and we once more become part of the long segmented animal crawling and jerking
its way out of the miiversity gates only to dismember again as we find our private route home.
Home where parents, brothers and sisters wait for us at the dinner table. Home to a raucous apartment where
thousands of roomates have left thousands of dishes to wash before we can eat. Home where a still-at-work husband or
wife expects us to have dinner ready when they get there.
So we become ourselves and don't think of the road until the next day when we dash into class late (no parking
anywhere) with cups of Macke coffee sloshing . . .
Student Government Association 239
240 Delma Studios
Delma Studios 241
242 Delma Studios
Jeff Piatt 243
244 Student Government Association
Student Government Association 245
248 Resident Hall Association
Washington Cocoa-Cola Bottling Co., Silver Spring, Md. 249
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"We are not in a recession/'
"We are approaching a recession/'
Inflation's been a dull ache in American wallets for a while,
but these day's it's become a roaring pain. Due to soaring
prices, coupled with decreased dollar power, most middle
class Americans are finding that what they once thought were
necessities are now luxury items.
Food prices are at a phenomenal high. Every trip to the
supermarket finds everything from soup to nuts up a few
more cents and there's no end in sight. The box of crackers
that was 75 cents a month ago is now 89 cents. Even more
unreal is the sky-rocket spurt of food costs over the past four
When we first headed for these hallowed halls in 1971, the
toast bread for our breakfast cost about 27 cents a loaf. Now
it costs 45 cents. Then the sugar for our coffee was 63 cents
for a five- pound bag. Now we pay $2.33 for the same. Meat,
once a staple, is now practically a delicacy in the student
Higher education costs also inflated like a giant balloon,
dimming the horizons for parents and students. That four year
degree, which means less and less in the ever - shrinking job
market, calls for more sacrifices and part-time jobs for the
whole family. At Maryland alone, tuition rates for in-state
students increased $150 in four years, while out-of-state stu-
dents suffered an astronomical $800 hike.
Board also rose about $100 for the same old chow. Housing
on campus, which also costs more, is in such great demand
that many students find themselves forced into exorbantly
priced off-campus housing. Often that means buying a car -
and that means buying gas, another luxury.
Students have never been known as a wealthy lot and the
inflation/ inflation /recession whatever the president calls it
isn't helping any. Even with President Ford's cotton candy
WIN (Whip Inflation Now) plan, students still lose.
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252 Congratulations — The Macke Co.
Congratulations — The Macke Co. 253
254 Congratulations — The Macke Co.
A yearly tradition of wonder
Congratulations — The Macke Co. 255
256 Congratulaaons — The Macke Co.
rbe JVI. H. C. Girl.
Eyes of tenderest, sweetest blue,
Eyes of brown, so soft and true,
Eyes of black, or eyes of grey.
Her eyes have stolen my heart away;
No matter their color, our banners unfurl.
And bow to the charms of the M. A. C. girl
The seniors, the juniors, yes every cadet,
Each heart glows with pleasure to hear her light step;
She is here at our dances, she comes when we sing.
She's as dear to us all as sweet violets in spring;
In a cluster of jewels she is always a pearl.
The dainty, bewildering M. A. C. girl.
She may think that the chevrons are more than the straps,
She may even call Sergeant, Lieutenant, perhaps;
She may cooly and carelessly set at defiance
All the laws of Biology, Physics and Science.
No matter — we'd each of us die for a curl.
As we bow to our queen, the M. A. C. girl.
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260 Gene Deems
Jim Holwager 261
The Pointer Sisters
264 Robert Sherbow
Gene Weiss 265
266 Anthony Martins
Jeff Piatt 269
270 Bruce Wolfe
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272 Karen McDonough
Table of Contents
275 Black Explosion
277 Children's Clinic
278 The Diamondback
280 Campus Police
282 The Way We Are
284 Student Government Association
286 The Terrapin Yearbook
288 University Commuters Association
289 University Program Board
Congratulations — The Macke Co. 273
Debbie Sheldon and Mike
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theater editor: carol ostrlnsky
staff: dave tablar
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suijplement to the diamondback
published weekly for the students of
the University of M=<ryland by
Maryland Media, Inc., P.O. Box U,
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274 Enjoy Miller High Life
W'ia.7<S"jW5wi3tsii -^ TiiWi "n tvv
The Black Explosion is a student-oriented newspaper that
works as a communications wire to the black community at
large. Published weekly, it features who's who on campus,
poetry, sports, behind the scenes and up to the minute
nationwide news. If it affects the Black community you will
find it in the Black Explosion.
Kathy Grady and Josy Smith
Editor-in-Chief Earl F. Williams
Managing Editor. Garland McElveen
News Editors Tom Brown
Susan Foster, Judy Smith
Layout Editor LaVern Whitaker
Photo Editor Tony Lisby
Art Editor Tony Lisby
Ad Manager Singleton McAllister
Business Manager Karen Green
Wire Editor Vanessa Lewis
Feature Editor Henry Duvall
Poetry Editor Bianca Floyd
Office Manager Dawn Marcus
Enjoy Miller High Life 275
Bill Lloyd, Francis Taylor, Grace Finlde
Bill Griffiths ■
An expressive medium
276 Congratulations - The Macke Co.
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During the semester, Cole Fieldhouse's halls echo with the laughter of
children every Saturday morning. Over 100 students give up their morning
rests to help children with physical and emotional handicaps. Under the
expert guidance of Dr. Johnson the program has developed through the
years from two people to a program helping hundreds of children a
asst managing editors
asst news editors
copy desk editor
Gerry de Seve
asst sports editor
-copy desk: Alan Sea
production staff Harvey
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Letters should be typed, double-spaced and no longer
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278 THE ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT
To most people, the Diamondback means bending over on
the way to class, grabbing a paper from a six-inch stack and
skimming it for a few surprises before the lecture starts.
But to the 50 or so students who comprise the staff of the
paper, there usually are no surprises.
To them it means finding time between classes and a
hundred other things to write a story or take a picture or lay
out a page.
It means staying up until three in the morning and looking
at a hundred typographical errors through bleary eyes, realiz-
ing they can never be corrected in time.
For the editor, it means the full responsibility of seeing that
the paper comes out every day and staking his or her
reputation on the quality of the product. In a profession
whose stock and trade is often critical analysis, the com-
mittment is total.
The paper has been in existence for over 65 years,growing
from a few-page weekly tabloid to a blanket daily that is the
third largest morning paper in the state.
It has gone through literally hundreds of staff changes,
changed printers a number of times and finally, in 1970, it be-
came entirely independent under Maryland Media Inc.
In the fall of 1974, for the first time, Diamondback produc-
tion was done on campus in Maryland Media's photo com-
position shop, which also produced Black Explosion, Argus-
Dimension and Calvert.
Despite all the changes and last-minute stories, the Dia-
mondback has not missed a publication day for as long as any-
one can remember.
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Company Cinematheque 281
EDITORIAL & BUSINE
The way we are
Campus media. Years ago that phrase would have puzzled
any Maryland student. The term media itself didn't flower till
the Marshall McLuhan-influenced sixties.
New trends in typography, increase in student numbers and
general prosperity caused the Diamondback to go from tab-
loid to blanket format. In addition to looking like "a real
newspaper" it also began reading like one as it became
concerned with serious reporting of campus, state and nation-
The residue of Old Line, a humorous literary periodical,
gave rise to two publications, Argus, a monthly magazine and
Calvert, the literary magazine. These and the Diamondback
£md Terrapin all came together under a new corporation
called Maryland Media, Inc. in 1972.
Finally, in the fall of 1974, campus media became really
united. All, are now neighbors on the third floor of the new
dining hall. At long last the promises of respectable offices
were fulfilled along with a larger newsroom and fully
equipped composition shop for the Diamondback and
spacious air studios for WMUC. Plus the edition of a new
publication. Black Explosion.
Throughout our many years of existence, the campus media
has changed its face many times and this is the way we are.
Student Government Association
Karen McDonough — managing
Robert Sherbow - photographer
University Commuters Association
The UPB Is charged by the University and the Student
Government Association to operate concerts, large entertainment
events and speakers for the University Community.
Mike Fribush 289
This year has been an exciting and historical one for WMUC. Our 31st year of broadcasting
began in the fall from our new palatial studios high atop the Hill Dining Hall. ThLs facility is one
of the finest in Washington and a far cry from our humble beginnings in the basement of Calvert
There was an exciting rise in interest of obtaining an FM license for the University this year. It
is our hope that a license can procured to serve the University community.
290 Resident Hall Association
BACK ROW Max Cacus, Dave Wilt, Sam Kales, Doug Harville, Andy Lyman, Seth
Greenste, Jay Schrider, Glenn Kern; SITTING Sue Kopen, Debbie Gahs, Matt Minahan,
Leslie Atldns, Caryn Weiner.
6:30 Evening News
Asst. Business Manager
Asst. Sports Director
Asst. Operations Manager
Wherever, whenever and always!
292 STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION
STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 293
As one chapter ends, another begins
Graduation - 1922
History of the Class of 1901.
On the twentieth day of September, eighteen hundred and
ninety-seven, the majority of the Freshman Class arrived at
and viewed the surroundings of the Station.
Very httle time was lost in observing this place, however,
as each and every one of us was anxious to compare the
Maryland Agricultural College in reality with the idea which
had been formed concerning it quite previous to this eventful
day. Several of those constituting our number were students
who had spent the previous year in the Preparatory Depart-
ment of the institution, consequently they were not unnerved,
nor did they seem to hasten to the college, but one could
plainly see that despondency was depicted upon the faces of
those who had never before experienced the novelty of the
first few days at college.
At length, after a walk of mile up-hill, we reached the
college, and, when we entered, we were confronted by a
person of very military bearing, who was afterwards to be so
greatly feared, the Officer of the Day. He immediately
conducted us to rooms, larger and more convenient than we
had imagined, which were to be our quarters for the next four
years. Indeed, M.A.C. presented to us an appearance much
more home-like than any of us anticipated.
Now we were quartered, but none of us were without a
sensation of home-sickness and consternation, for we had
already, at this early date, been informed as to what would be
our deserts if we failed to execute submissively all requests
submitted by our superiors, the Sophomores.
The first ni^t was spent very quietly, but, of course, perfect
rest for a Freshman was entirely out of the question, for
before retiring we could see rather conspicuous and desper-
ate-looking characters stealing cautiously up and dovra the
long corridors. "Would that I were a Sophomore, or that I
had spent the previous year in the Preparatory Department,"
were the only audible exclamations which we felt inclined to
utter at this critical period. We were awakened the next
morning by the sounding of reveille — a classical term which
we knew nothing about, of course, being Freshman — at quite
an early hour.
After we had assembled, the major marched us to the
dining room, where a substantial meal awaited us. At 8 A.M.
we were sent to our respective class-rooms, where the re-
mainder of the day was so thoroughly occupied with new
thoughts that it passed by almost unnoticeably. The week
passed by very rapidly, to the gratification of the "Sophomore
Hazers," who had been comtemplating a visit to us on this
particular evening. About twelve o'clock, when the building
was quiet and all were supposed to be asleep, I heard a gentle
knock on my door. I knew better than to not open the door,
so, with chattering teeth and trembling limbs, I approached
and opened the door. All my midnight visitors were masked,
with the exception of two, who were blackened. Ah! how I
remember every detail! The leader, a large and frightful-
296 Tuborg it's a very good beer
The next attraction, if we can consider the preceding as
such, other than our studios, was football, and we are pleased
to mention the fact that our class was represented on the first
Thanksgiving having approached, afforded us a little recre-
ation, for we visited our homes. Upon returning determina-
tion among us to resume our work with renewed vigor was
plainly noticeble. Ere many weeks had elapsed, Christmas
was upon us to contribute to the Freshman as well as the
notorious "Sophs" an unbroken vacation of nearly two weeks.
Having returned, we began to prepare for the semi-annual
examination, and it is useless to say that each and every one
of us were anxious to impress the Faculty and our parents
with the fact that we had not entirely negelected the numer-
ous advantages and opportunities afforded us, and I am proud
to say we we were somewhat elated over the success which
we met with in regards to the examinations.
As yet, we have not organized a Class Literary Society, but
many of us have been admitted, through the urbanity of the
Seniors, to the famous New Mercer Literary Society, from
which we hope to derive much benefit.
Now, my dear classmates, let us stand united in the future
as we have done in the past, and mark, the dawn of the
twentieth century by closing a happy and successful career.
looking man, blackened and carrying a large "persuader" in
his hand, asked, "Can you sing?"
"No," in a trembling voice, WaS our reply.
"Then probably you will honor us with a declamation."
We, reading determination on the faces of our superiors,
thought, and, indeed, knew, it would be best to proceed at
once. The vain attempt seemed to afford them that satisfac-
tion which they demanded.
In a little while they left us and passed to other rooms.
Those who refused to respond to their summons were given a
gentle reminder that it was compulsory. A persuader is a
board with many holes in it; each one of these wiU draw a
blister if used by the trained hand of a Sophomore. With
these they helped us to decide.
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The History of the Class of 1975
"EEEYAHOOO". YIP! YIP!"
"MILLER, yousunuvagun! How the hell are ya?"
It was September 9th, 1975. Amid the commanche - yeUs
of returning upper classmen, most of the Freshman Class
arrived at the University of Maryland, College Park.
Very httle time was lost in getting rid of anxious parents,
reluctant to sever the umbiUcal cord at last, for each of us
was dying to go out and explore the vast campus. We'd all
seen it in brochures, seen it on TV during the riots, but now
we wanted to see for ourselves what was reality.
Several of us were from the area and had sneaked into
concerts and movies here so it wasn't a big deal. But those
from far away seemed to be in a state approaching nirvana at
the prospect of being away from home at last. CoUege! But
just when did the wild parties start?
After being in the dorms a couple of days or so we were
finaUy confronted by a vapidly cheerful person, who after-
wards was to be avoided if any illegal fun was to be had. This
was the R.A. She told us we were out of "Overflow" at last
and led us from the lounge where we'd been camped to
rooms, smaller and dingier than we'd imagine possible. These
were going to be our quarters for the next four years? For
cryin' out loud, these dorms made hospital wards look cozy.
We silently resolved to look at the off-campus housing lists
Now we were quartered - and none to pleasantly. But we
began to see the silver Uning in dorm life when laughter,
music and tantalizing aromas emanated from the open doors
of older residents.
The first night was a harried one for the Freshmen. Some
had gone off to outdoor mixers or to explore College Park
night life. Others, tired from long trips and the day's strain,
tried to sleep but soon had to give that up. Blasting stereos
and wild parties drowned out dreams. Conspicuous and des-
perate - looking characters stalked the corridors causing us
to lock the doors.
"God, if I only knew someone I could cop some dope
from!" were the only exclamations we uttered that evening.
Oh well, classes started the next day and we'd meet more
After the alarm went off, we staggered down to the dining
hall where breakfast, swimming in grease, awaited us. Then
we trudged off in search of the buildings where our first
classes were to be held. Where in blazes was Taliaferro Hall,
298 Congratulations — The Macke Co.
we pondered. By the end of the day, we were so dazzled by
the vast number of books each professor demanded that we
hustled around for the rest of the week trying to find them
Before we knew it, it was Thursday night. Everyone in the
dorm was up for partying. We knew things were happening
but were a little too shy to cruise on in.
At about twelve o'clock, when things had somewhat quiet-
ed down, there was a knock on my door. With trembling
hands I opened it. All my midnight visitors had long hair,
except two. I can remember every detail! The leader, a short
guy, in faded jeans, carrying a huge bong, asked, "Do you
"Yeali," we rephed delightedly.
We invited them in, turned on the stereo and they lit up at
once. Afterwards we sat around and talked and they told us
who was who in the dorm, what parties and concerts were
coming up and other important facts. After awhile we all
began to nod out and they left. We now felt part of the
The next attraction, other than partying, were concerts.
And there were some good ones. Sometimes we'd also go to
football games. Even though the team inevitably lost it was
fun to go and get drunk.
Thanksgiving approached, and we returned home briefly,
only to find we couldn't wait to get back. When we returned,
everyone seemed to be hitting the books hard. The final
crunch was approaching, and there were papers to get done,
since a bunch of us planned to go to Florida over Christmas.
Once back from sunny Key West, no one seemed able to
get down to studying for finals. Panic broke loose and every-
one ran around like crazy trying to cop some speed for the
all-nighters to come. It was tumultuous week with rooms
going uncleaned laiuidry unwashed and no one doing any-
thing but studying. But we aU somehow got through and
passed those exams.
And now we're through. No more pencils, no more books,
etc. It's been an incredible four years, kids. We've seen more
changes take place right here and in the world as well, than
we'd bargained for. But let us continue to look at the future
with the same healthy skepticism with which we've looked at
the past as we close a remarkable chapter in our lives.
Congratulations — The Macke Co 299
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Art Allender 126; 127; 128; 129; 274
Gene Deems 8t; 9cl; 14; 15tl, cl, br; 17; 18; 108; 109; 110 br;
235 cl; 242; 290; 292; 293; 147; 189; 191; 260; 261; 277;
Susan Demiris 244 tr;
Frank Fierstein 46; 97 b, tr; 115br; 120; 121; 179; 181; 243;
Jim Freeburger 6; 7; 48; 49; 50; 51; 52; 53; 55 t; 103 br; 154;
190; 193; 195;
Mike Fritz 107; 111; 294; 295;
Kristy Larson 263 t;
Eric Moseson 1; 10; 11; 12; 12; 20; 21; 22 tl; 26; 27; 30; 31;
33; 35cl; bl; 38 br; 43 bl; 45 bl; 62; 65; 66t; 71; 76; 77;
It is over. Stunned, we are a bit happy and a bit sad as we
get ready to leave. We get a piece of paper. And with this, so
we are told, we can change the world.
The four years have been long and crazy. The world has
changed drastically since we came here. We have changed,
Some of us won't Uke what we find out there and will be
back. But most of us are ready to do what we can. Good bye.
The Terrapin staff of 1975 would like to add that we have
reinstated an old tradition, the yearbook dedication. We feel
it gives the students a chance to show appreciation to
someone who has really tried to give us something of value.
We hope in years to follow this honor will continue to be
conferred on dedicated faculty, staff or administrators as a
lasting token of student gratitude.
78t; 79; 81; 82; 83; 84; 85; 88; 89 b; 90; 91; 92; 93 b; 102
bl; 116; 117; 124; 125; 155; 159; 164; 182; 183; 225; 226;
227; 228; 229; 230; 231; 232; 233 br; 235; 244 b; 246; 247
t; 248 tl; 254; 255; 256 t; 272; 273 ti; bl; 275; 276; 278;
279 bl; 283; 284; 285; 286 tc, br; 287; 288;
Debbie Prager 24; 25; 28; 29; 58; 59; 118; 152-3; 238; 239;
240 1; 241; 247; 248 b; 287 br; 301; 302; 304;
Tommy Price 15 bl; tr; 16; 19 tr; 71 br; 82 tr; 83 bl; 85; 86 b;
87 b; 89 t; 108 tl; 113; 114;
Robert Sherbow 5 bl; 8; 9 bl; 36; 37; 70 t; br; 55 b; 60; 61; 66
br; 68 t; 70 t, br; 112; 113 br; 114; 115 tl; 122; 123; 130;
131; 132; 133; 138; 139t, br; 140br; 146; 206; 208; 236;
237; 240; 241 c; 279; 292tr, br; 293 tl; 264; 265;
Mike Welsh 97 cr;
Robin 'Tyrone" West 47bl; 66 bl; 68 br; 69 bl; 74 be; 75 tl;
103 t; 168-9; 233; 250 t; 287 tl;
Bruce Wolfe 258; 259; 266; 267; 22; 23; 78; 106; 270; 271;
t = top b = bottom c = center r = right 1 = left
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302 Coy Harris
She was the sweetheart of Company C and he was the
dashing young captain. They met when he was on the football
team with her brother Burt who became Maryland's first
basketball coach a decade later. Her father was Lemuel Joshua
Shipley, the general manager of Maryland Agricultural Col-
lege (MAC), the embryo of the university.
Edwin Pernell Williams graduated from MAC with honors
in electrical engineering in 1914. Three years later he married
his sweetheart, Beulan EUzabeth Shipley.
"Oh, so many things have happened," said Beulah EUza-
beth Shipley Williams with a shake of her gray head.
Beulah and Pernell are now in their eighties. They, along
with relatives equally advanced in years, live in a little nook
on the outskirts of campus that seems untouched by time.
Beulah's two sisters, Mrs. Mowett and Mrs. Linthicum live in a
little white clapboard house surrounded by an old chicken
coop, barn and several sheds.
The wood of these buildings are weathered and gray like so
many old barns in Anne Arundel or St. Mary's County. But
this is College Park — a clump of College Park untouched by
neon or high rise construction. A surviving link to the pre-
Lefty, pre-Grill, pre-McDonald's College Park. But there is
no tobacco drying in the bam, no crinkly brown leaves
peeking through the beams. Nor are there clucks or feathers
coming from the chicken coop. Instead these slowly decaying
structures are filled with remnants of days long past. A plow
and horse harnesses, hoes, shovels and innumerable farm tools
he rusting in darkness. An old carriage patiently waits for
horses to be hitched up to it.
"We had to take all our produce down to the Washington
Market by horse team," Beulah explained.
It was also Mr. Shipley's duty to drive the horses to the
now defunct College Park train station and pick up arriving
students with their baggage. It was the only way they could
get to campus.
For awhile her father also worked for an agricultural
experimental station the coUege had where the Rossborough
Inn is now. It extended across Route One and far into Frat
Row. Once, her youngest brother got a five dollar gold piece
for picking strawberries there.
Even then, the College Park Airport existed. It was tiny
then and it's tiny now, but it existed. Once Beulah and her
family saw Wilbur Wright's plane take off from there. "Why,
they had to run with it and pull it like a kite. They hoisted it
up on a line and when they released it, the motor started,"
Pernell interspersed, being the more mechanical of the two.
The Shipleys eventually rented farmland near the airport
although they had a house on campus (where Preinkert is
now), where they'd lived since they came from Anne Arundel
County in 1892. The eldest son, Jimmy, had convinced their
father that they needed a farm of their own.
"That was the saddest thing," Beulah recollected. "It was
poor ground and we tried to grow things like we had in that
good Anne Arundel dirt.
"I had three cows to milk. Burton went away and played
ball and I had to stay out and work."
Pernell adds, "The college was vrni like a military school in
those days. They didn't let girls in till 1918.
"I guess it was my fault. I was in love with animals; horses
and cows," Beulah continued and the bitterness melted.
"She used to ride'em, too," Pernell said with a chuckle.
"She'd get out the buggy and come watch us play football."
"Why, I did not!" Beulah quickly said and her expression
seemed to say: The idea of that man! Ihink I'd go chasing
after him to watch him play football!
Pemell's eyes twinkled behind his thick glasses.
"When we got back from our honeymoon, you were down
by Riverdale doing something with cabbage," she continued,
"Now I can remember taking Dorothy over there in a baby
"Dorothy's 48 now, isn't she?" she added softly.
Beulah and Pernell look like the "American Gothic" couple
come to Ufe and fifty years older; only with the worry lines
turned to laugh hnes. And the acrid solemnity mellowed to
warmth sprinkled with humor. But it's been a good life
Beulah and Pernell have their health. They have each other.
Fifty-seven years of marriage have reaped a bounty of
many grandchildren and great-grandchildren. They have nev-
er known want or poverty.
After graduation, PerneU worked with Du Pont in Virginia.
He did a stint as professor for the University of New Brunsw-
ick in Canada, but a job with the Potomac Power Co,
brought him back to this area.
Without ever having gone to high school, Pernell entered
Maryland on a scholarship. He is still proud of the fact that
he was able to skip the required preparatory year and enter
as a sub-freshman.
The Wilhamses now live in an airy brick house Pernell
built during the fifties.
"All I asked for were big windows in the kitchen. But he
put picture windows in all over." Beulah explained with
But the imiversity, like the Blob run amuck, has been
consuming more land and slowly inched its way up to their
"I put this picture window here to face where the girls
played tennis," grinned Pernell. "There were my two broth-
ers-in-law and me, so I put three chairs here and we'd sit and
watch in the afternoons. When the sun went down, we'd just
turn our chairs around and switch on the T.V.'
The chairs are still there but the view isn't. When the
architecture building went up the Wilhamses lost their pan-
oramic view of campus.
"It used to be so pretty up there — all those fields," said
Beulah staring out the window dreamily, seeing it all again.
"PerneU used to say 'Look at this lovely lawn — and I don't
have to cut it.' Then they put that ugly building up."
Not only is the university getting threateningly close, but
Pepco is encroaching too.
At one time, seven acres of land belonged to Beulah's
sisters father-in-law who had a lumber mill off Kenilworth
Ave. He gave each of his six children a half -acre.
"Brother-in-law wanted to put a filUng station on his, but
President Byrd wouldn't hear of it. Taxes were eating him up
so he sold some land to the Methodist church. He thought
that was okay. But then the church sold some to Pepco and
now they got that power station there," explained Beulah.
"They built it before we knew it was going up," she
continued. "They got one over on us all right. But we stiU
own a half-acre."
"Or at least we did before they widened the road," PerneU
But Beulah and PerneU don't dweU on the past. They
remain cheerfully in the present. When asked if the riots of
recent years bothered them, they replied, "No, they were all
the way down the road. Why, we didn't even get to see a
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304 Chris Fox