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TABLE OFCONTENTS 



PHOTO ESSAYS I 12 



ENTERTAINMENT 30 



ORGANIZATIONS 60 



SPORTS 108 



ACADEMICS 160 



THE YEAR THAT WAS ..... 180 



SENIORS 192 



PHOTOESSAYS II 266 



INDEX 296 




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"Here we are, all of us, so 
diverse in our ways, our 
backgrounds and our rea- 
sons for being here. Yet, we 
ARE here, in hopes of 
having our brains tickled 
a little, enough to get them 
going. Our time spent here 
is a time of growing away 
from childhood, toward an 
unknown future. Many 
have said these are the 
best years of our lives. And, 
you know, they're probably 
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...SOMETHING 

FOR 

EVERYBODY 



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DEATH OF A 

SALESMAN 



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THE BOOKSTORE: 

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MARYLAND: 
OUR STATE HERITAGE 





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He isn't what you always thought the man 
"on top" should be. His eyes aren't steely- 
gray, nor does he possess superhuman strength. 
He looks much like anyone. And his smile is 
nice too. But often, the weariness creeps in, 
the kind one expects from too many long 
hours, too many decisions. He is in truth the 
mayor of a city. 

"Believe it or not, this job can be fun," 
smiled Chancellor Robert Gluckstern. That is, 
if you consider being in charge of a campus, 
boasting population of 37,000 students, 2000 
faculty and 500 employees, as fun. 

Gluckstern's background is long and varied. 
Trained as a physicist, he became chancellor 
to the University in 1975. Before that, the 
campuses of University of Massachusetts, 
M.I.T., Cornell, and Yale saw him as teacher and 
administrator. 

He loves education and it shows. Here on 
campus, he teaches a freshman and sophomore 
physics recitation. He also is continuing with 
physics research-on orbit distortion in a proton 
cyclotron-to keep his "hand in," so to speak. 



Being a teacher, and liking it, he feels the 
student-teacher contact shouldn't be lost be- 
cause of his position. 

Often, he will invite a group of students into 
his office for an hour or so to discuss student 
problems. He needs feedback and welcomes it. 

But the problems remain, "The most difficult 
thing to deal with," he said, "is the size of this 
campus and the need to establish an environ- 
ment with and for people. It's important that 
they be recognized for what they are and not 
treated as numbers." 

The future of the University, as Gluckstern 
sees it, may not be too rosy. 

"Tuition will continue to rise. It is inevitable. 
There are clear signals it will continue to do so 
unless there is a shift of reasoning among state 
legislators within the next 10 years. We are not 
in a time of plenty." he said, somewhat regret- 
fully. 

And now there's talk about a proposed en- 
rollment cut, and the possibility of Gluckstern 
leaving, as well. Many, many things are stirring 
these days, and the future remains is anyone's 
guess. 



Congratulations-The Macke Co. 63 



TO WORSHIP AND 
TO KNOW PEACE... 




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SGA 




Upper right: Luis Luna, SGA President; 
Above: Helen White, SGA secretary; Lower 
right: Dave Linthicum, SGA head speaker 




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oft: Larry Kirsch. SGA Vice-president 
Right: (I) Sam Whitten, Cambridge legislator (r) Joe Yost, SGA 

Treasurfr 



SGA initially developed in re- 
sponse to a need for a represen- 
tative student government on 
campus. Members of SGA unite 
for improving the University en- 
vironment, providing opportun- 
ity for cultural and intellectual 
stimulation outside of the class- 
room and strengthening bonds 
between students and admini- 
stration. 

This fall brought both pro- 
blems and innovations for this 
year's SGA. Priorities included 
lobbying in Annapolis for in- 
creased funding, improving cam- 
pus security and revising the 
provost system. 

This year's SGA leaders have 
continued to make contributions 
to the University that will bene- 
fit students, faculty and admini- 
strators. 



Congratulations-Student Government Association 67 



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STUDENT UNION: 



CREATING A BROTHERHOOD 



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MARY PIRG: the people's advocate 





Proposed by Ralph Nader, 
Maryland's Public Interest Re- 
search Group was born to chan- 
nel the energy and enthusiasm of 
students into constructive 
change for improving the com- 
munity. 

MaryPIRC projects begin with 
problems in the community. The 
problems are then researched, 
surveyed, and documented by 
students and staff. Solutions to 
the problems are found through 
testifying, lobbying, or propos- 
ing administrative changes. 

MaryPIRG'S past accomplish- 
ments include lobbying for the 
Generic Drug Bill, the improve- 
ment of a small claims court and 
the establishment of a telephone 
referral service. 

Future goals of MaryPIRG in- 
clude encouraging solar energy 
as a source of power and educat- 
ing tenants of their rights and 
obligations. 



Top left. Bill Bronrott; top right, Luise Gray; Bottom left to right, Jim Wyerman, Sally Larang, 
Rick Sussman 



Congratulations Class Of 1978 - Maryland Book Exchange 



The University of Maryland 
Flying Club has fast become one 
of most dynamic clubs on cam- 
pus. 

With current membership 
numbering close to 250 (40 ac- 
tive pilots, 210 interested non- 
pilots), the club is involved in 
many activities during the year. 
These include: fly-in's at College 
Park airport, flying/skiing trips, 
trips to local, and far-away, 
points of interest such as Tan- 
gier's Island in the Bay, Baltimore-i 
Washington international air^ 
port, Florida, the Bahamas, and 



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Canada. 

Free ground school, both for 
the private and commercial li- 
cense, is open to members. 
Guest speakers are frequently 
asked to give talks on safety or 
general interest topics. 

The club also sponsors the 
University Flying Team, a preci- 
sion flying team whose members 
compete annually in the National 
intercollegiate Flying Association 
meets held regionally and nation- 
ally. 

This year the team took third 
in the region. They placed sec- 
ond in the region last year and 
took 13th place at the national 
meet held in Oklahoma. They 
are eligible to compete at the 
next national meet to be held in 
May in Tennessee. 

Anyone who flies, has the de- 
sire to, or is interested in aviation 
is more than welcome to the 
meetings held weekly on cam- 
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CAMPUS SMOKIES 




A familiar sight to DM students 
is the brown and gold uniform of 
campus police. Over 70 police of- 
ficers and five loss-prevention 
officers have the dual responsibil- 
ity of enforcing state and univer- 
sity rules and regulations. And as 
any officer of the law will tell you, 
it's not easy. With at least 60 calls 
a day, campus police are kept busy 
giving general service information, 
responding to emergencies and 
reports of crimes against property. 
The auxiliary services of the de- 
partment oversees the Police aide 
program which covers such stu- 
dent services as parking enforce- 
ment and security. 



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Nyumburu ("freedom house" 
in Swahili) is interpreted to mean 
freedom of expression at the 
Nyumburu Community Center. 
The center, a function of the 
Minority Student Education Of- 
fice, offers alternatives to the 
education process by encourag- 
ing constructive use of leisure 
time. 

The Center's staff, working 



are offered free to the public. 
Workshops (in these and in mar- 
tial arts) are taught by the staff 
who act as consultant instruc- 
tors. 

The Center also acts as a con- 
sultant to other student groups 
such as BSU, Commuter's Asso- 
ciation and the Office of Student 
Activities, in planning and co- 
ordinating cultural events. 





with student input, plans, devel- 
ops, and programs cultural 
events for on ana off-campus 
audiences. 

The Center focuses on crea- 
tive education in its varied cal- 
endar of events. Concerts, dra- 
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ALPHA EPSILON PHI 




ALPHA GAMMA DELTA 



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Left: David Chilcoat, president. Right: Bradley John, rush chairman 

INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 



Congratulations-Student Government Association 89 




ALPHA DELTA PI 




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INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 




EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 



Congratulations-Student Government Association 91 



JEWISH STUDENT UNION 




Debbie Neufeld, President 



Darryl Crystal, Vice-President 



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(Left) Shari Broder, Art Edi- 
tor (Right) Deborah Turner, 
Managing Editor (Center) 
Jim Maher, Poetry Editor 



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The air is silent . . . then a cry sounds as armored 
warriors surge toward each other, side by side, with 
swords waving and shields high. The battle has be- 
gun once again as the Maryland Medieval Merce- 
nary Militia fights anorher battle of Medieval Eu- 
rope. 

The Maryland Militia, a University club of 20 
members, recreates the battles, customs and dress 
of Europe between the 5th and 15th centuries. This 
year they are presenting the reinactment of the bat- 
tle of Fulfore, the battles of Hastings, and the Battle 
of Stamford Bridge, all of which are based on his- 
torical events. 

The club also engages in medieval war games call- 
ed Fratricidal Wars. Other area chapters of the Mili- 
tia participate in the maneuvers where one army 
tries to outmaneuver the other. 

The club members, however, do concentrate on 
events other than war. They sponsor feasts where 
the area chapters come together in a medieval set- 
ting to dress and dine together. 




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bottom right: Susan Reinsel, Layout Editor 



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Right: Alan Sea, Editor-in-Chief 



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DIAMONDBACK 





1. Norman Chad, Sports Ed. 2. Gerald 
Fischman, State Ed.; 3. Matt McEnroe; 4. 
David Lazarus; 5. Randall Roberts, Pho- 
tography Ed.; 6. Julia Gaines; 7. Kevin 
Thomas; 8. Pat Meyers, Copy Ed. 9. 
Karen McDonough, News Ed.; 10. Greg 
Kandra; 11. Tyler Ward; 12. Jeanne 
Cummings, Wire Ed.; 13. Cindy Cusic; 
14. Paul Berg; 15. Alan Sea, Ed. -in- 
Chief; 16. David Alf; 17. Roland Kidwell, 
Managing Ed.; 18. Lucy Kraft; 19. Cheryl 



Cantor; 20. Mark Bialczak; 21. Jeanne 
Garland, News Ed.; 22. Les Brindley; 
News Ed.; 23. Mitch Korman; 24. H.D. 
Palmer; 25. Tom Dunlavey, Ed. Page Ed.; 
26. Slaton White, Entertainment Ed.; 27. 
Tom Kapsidelis; 28. Bruce Friedland, 
Features Ed.; 29. Joe Calderone, News 
Ed.; 30. Susan Bartholomew; 31. Mark 
Kram, Entertainment Ed.; 32. Lily Dow, 
Asst. Managing Ed.; 33. Richard Burke 



Congratulations-The Athletic Department 99 



BLACK EXPLOSION 




Cheryl Keyes, Editor 



Dallas D. Scott, Managing Editor 



Rick Clemens, Sports Editor 




Eli Jackson, Photo Editor 



Black Explosion Staff 



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ARGUS 




John Pritchard, Editor 



Arnie Applebaum, Business Manager 




Bill Burton, Assistant Editor 



Merry Klinefelter, Photo Editor 



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North Carolina 


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Princeton 


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Duke 


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UMBC 


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Virginia 


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Navy 


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Maryland's Lacrosse season could have been di- 
vided into two parts: before Johns Hopkins and after 
Johns Hopkins. 

The Terps and Blue Jays met twice last year, with 
Hopkins winning a dramatic 21-20 overtime deci- 
sion at Byrd Stadium May 6, and again swamping 
the Terps two weeks later at Baltimore, 22-12, in the 
NCAA tournament semifinals. 

Until the Terps fell twice to their archrivals, they 
had been flawless. Before Hopkins, the Terps had 
several close calls but were undefeated and ranked 
second in the nation. 

Although the Terps failed to win an NCAA title. 
Coach Buddy Beardmore's annual goal, they ended 
their season with a 9-2 record. The Terps had pre- 
viously won NCAA titles in 1971, 1973, and 1975. 

But hopes are high that the "running Terps" will 
repeat a successful season. Three freshmen. Bob 
Boneillo, Pete Worstell, and Ron Martinello fin- 
ished among the team's five leading scorers, and on- 
ly attackman Mike Hynes, goalie Jake Reed and mid- 
fielders Kevin Boland, Bert Olsen and Billy Gould 
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TERPS EARN BID 
TO BOWL GAME 



On a hot September day, in a 
stadium known as Death Valley, 
the University football team de- 
feated Clemson 21-14 to extend 
its regular season winning streak 
to 15 and its record ACC unbeat- 
en streak to 21. 

In retrospect, it seems hard to 
believe that was the Terps top 
achievement, although they 
went to a bowl game for the 
fifth straight year. The brand new 
Hall of Fame Classic, in which 
the Terps competed against Min- 
nesota, could hardly be confused 
with the Cotton Bowl or even 
the Liberty or Gator Bowls, but 
after the adversity and disap- 
pointments of the past season, 
the team was happy to get one 
more chance. 

The Terps finished with a 7-4 
record, which would be con- 
sidered outstanding as recent 
as five years ago, but hardly 
comparable to the 11-0 or 8-2-1 
successes of the past two sea- 
sons. 

Injuries plagued the Terps all 
season with Heisman-hopeful 
Mark Manges, Brad Carr, Ernie 
Salley and many other starters 
forced to see game action from 
the sidelines. 

It was a season of high expec- 
tations that somehow never de- 
veloped, and still it ended with a 
bowl bid. 




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MARYLAND 17 - MINNESOTA 7 
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1977 Cross-Country 


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Richmond 38 


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Duke 22 


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UNC 18 


35 


Virginia 24 


25 


Wm. and Mary 32 


35 


Navy 24 


4th 


Lehigh Invitational 


6th 


ACC championships 



Maryland's cross - country 
team ran its five miles through 
the hills and woods and some- 
times through the mud, but still 
couldn't catch most of the teams 
it competed against in 1977. 

When Dave Sandridge was in- 
jured early in the season, the 
team was left with only two sen- 
iors, Jon Lott and team-captain 
Mike Wilhelm, for a sport in 
which humans supposedly im- 
prove with age. And after win- 
ning the season's first meet, tak- 
ing four of the top five spots 
against Richmond, the team lost 
four of its next five meets. 

At the Lehigh invitational, 
Maryland finished fourth out of 
17 schools, to get its chin up for 
the ACC tournament in that old 
University nemesis. Chapel Hill, 
N.C. But when Mike Wilhelm 
tripped over a North Carolina 
root and broke his leg, just 200 
yards from the finish line and a 
fifth-place team finish for Mary- 
land, the University locked itself 
into sixth place. 

Premier runner Dave Cornwell 
and six other team regulars will 
return for the 1978 season. 








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1977 Soccer 




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U. of Baltimore 





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American U. 





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George Wash. 
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San Francisco 


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N.C. State 





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Penn State 


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2 


Catholic U. 





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3 


Duke 


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Clemson 


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128 Congratulations-The Athletic Department 



To Maryland's Soccer Team, 
the fall of 1977 was a season of 
surprises. 

Only two seniors, team cap- 
tains Eric Packheiser and Don 
Kraft, were among the eleven 
starters when Maryland began 
the season. But sophomore goal- 
ie Larry Howell guarded the nets 
ferociously, setting a school re- 
cord of five shutouts. Junior 
Claude England and sophomore 



Ron McKeever handled most of 
the scoring. 

Coach Jim Dietsch said al- 
though the team finished third in 
the ACC with a 9-5 record, the 
high points of the season were 
two losses. The team surprised 
the experts, losing by only one 
goal to defending NCAA champs 
San Francisco and top-ranked 
Clemson. 

Unfortunately for the Terps, 



another team surprised the ex- 
perts, and this time the Terps 
were the victims. North Carolina 
upset Maryland 2-0 at Chapel 
Hill. This loss eliminated Mary- 
land from consideration for the 
NCAA championships. 

But with 10 returning starters 
for 1978, the old cliche 'better 
next time' does not sound so 
much like a cliche. 




Congratulations-The Athletic Department 129 



WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: 



GETTING BETTER EVERY YEAR 





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MEN'S BASKETBALL: 

BEGINNING HOPES TOOK A FAST PLUNGE 







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Maryland Tennis 1977 



9 


Old Dominion 





9 


Richmond 





6 


Virginia Tech 





8 


Navy 


1 


9 


Swarthmore 





7 


Wm. & Mary 


2 


6 


Geo. Washington 





7 


Penn State 


2 


4 


Flagler 


5 


5 


Rollins 


4 


3 


Florida Tech 


6 


9 


Georgetown 





2 


Princeton 


7 


6 


Clemson 


3 


2 


Wake Forest 


7 





North Carolina 


9 


9 


Xaivier 





4 


North Carolina State 


5 


3 


Duke 


6 


4 


Virginia 


5 



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SWINGING TERPS 
FINISH LAST 





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Maryland's Tennis Teann would 
have had far greater success last 
year if the season would have 
ended three weeks earlier, on April 
1. 

The Terps pulled an April Fool's 
joke on Clemson, defeating the Ti- 
gers 6-3 to improve their record to 
11-3. But that, was Maryland's only 
victory over an Atlantic Coast Con- 
ference opponent, as the Terps fin- 
ished with a 12-8 record, losing five 
of the last six matches. 

The Terps were 1-5 in the ACC 
and finished last for the second 
year in the league tournament. 

Scott Kidd was the team's most 
consistent singles player, winning 
15 of 20 matches. Tony James and 
Claude England were Maryland's 
top doubles team, finishing second 
in the ACC and winning 9 of 16 
regular season matches. England 
was also ACC fourth singles run- 
ner-up, but the Terps, coached by 
Doyle Royal, finished with just 33 
points. 



143 



BATTER UP! 



Maryland Baseball 1977 



Md. 



9 


George Mason 


8 


4 


Virginia Tech 


3 


5 


Navy 


6 


2 


Richmond 


3 


5 


Davidson 





3 


East Carolina 





2 


East Carolina 


3 


3 


Richmond 


5 


14 


North Carolina St. 


9 


6 


Wake Forest 


4 


12 


Delaware 


13 


13 


Geo. Washington 


4 


7 


Duke 


3 


7 


Duke 


11 


2 


North Carolina 


3 


4 


Virginia 


4 


7 


Howard 


6 





N. Carolina State 


1 


5 


Wake Forest 


4 


3 


Virginia 





12 


Clemson 


11 


6 


Clemson 


9 


11 


N. Carolina 


10 


7 


Madison 


10 


4 


Virginia 


1 


7 


Wake Forest 


10 


2 


N. Carolina St. 


6 









144 




Maryland's Baseball team won its first two games 
last year, quite a feat for a team that had opened the 
previous season with six straight losses. 

But the Terps, who rebounded from the disaster- 
ous start in 1976 to finish 19-14-1, fell back a bit in 
1977, finishing with a 14-12-1 season. Unlike the 
1976 Terps, the University last year never won more 
than three straight games. Still, there was much for 
the Terps and Coach Jackson to be proud of. 

The team's foremost achievement was a stunning 
come-from-behind 12-11 upset victory over Clem- 
son, ranked second in the nation at the time. The 
Terps also compiled an excellent ACC record of 8- 
4-1, but were quickly ousted from the postseason 
double elimination ACC tournament, losing two of 
three games. 

The University's major problem was a lack of con- 
sistent pitching. Their hitting attack, led by Billy 
Owens (.375) and Bill Garndner (.328) was potent 
but no pitcher on the team finished the season with 
an earned run average below three runs a game. 



145 



MARYLAND'S 
GOAL-SEEKERS 



what started off as a winning sea- 
son ended up as a tying season for 
Maryland's Field Hockey Team. 

Although the stickers bettered 
last year's record (5-5) by going 4- 
4-3, the Terps were plagued by in- 
consistent play. 

No one denies the schedule was 
a tough one. The Terps played 
three schools ranked in the top five 
in the country. The Terps played 
well against these schools, but it 
was Salisbury, Mary Washington 
and UVa that stumped Maryland. 

The Terps, however, did tie witfi 
Frostburg for first place honors in 
the state tournament. Three sen- 
iors, Patty Daley, Sue Devos and 
All-American Sharon Holtschneid- 
er will be sorely missed, but with 
freshman Judy Dougherty as lead- 
ing scorer and sophomore Cindy 
Soth as outstanding player, hopes 
are high for a successful '78 sea- 
son. 




146 Congratulations-The Athletic Department 




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U. of Del. 


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2 


2 


Salisbury 


4 





U. of Va. 


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Ursinus 


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Congratulations-The Athletic Department 147 




A GREAT SEASON 
FOR TERP SPIKERS 



After participating in four in- 
vitational tournaments as well 
as completing a regular season 
schedule, the University's Var- 
sity Volleyball team had the 
honor to prove its prowess on 
the courts one more time with 
an invitation to the national 
tournament in Salt Lake City, 
Utah, Dec. 8-10. 

But the team's performance 
at nationals did not represent 
what the team had been doing 
all season long — winning 
matches. Coach Barbara Drum's 
Terps lost all five of their 
scheduled game at the tourna- 
ment, and returned to Maryland 
trophy-less. But even though the 
team did not play up to par in 



Utah, the results from the invita- 
tional tournaments and a record 
of 43-10 did not dampen the 
outstanding seasonal record. 
Maryland captured first place 
at two invitationals, the Mary- 
land and UNC tournaments. The 
Terps also spiked their way to 
two, second place finishes at the 
U. of Rhode island and Delaware 
and they captured third place 
honors at the Princeton Invita- 
tional. 

Outstanding year-long per- 
formances by Carol Brice and 
Carol Thompson helped the 
Terps to earn a reputation as an 
aggressive team, a team which 
Coach Drum hopes will repeat 
itself next season. 




148 Congratulations-The Macke Co. 



WRESTLING 




1st Row - from left - Charles Harris, Mike Inghram, John McHugh, Michael Meko, Herb Webb, Charles Dun- 
away, George Taylor, Stephen DeAugustino. 2nd Row - from left - Robert Nolan, Michael Geary, Bob De- 
Stcfano, Bryan Figge, John Smallwood, Mark Camasta, John Rindos, Joseph Rosriguez, John Bellestri, Kenneth 
Bentz. 3rd Row - from left - Associate Coach John McHugh, Melvin Hart, Jeff Armstrong, James Giles, Larry 
Van Orden, Robert Mcllvaine, Lloyd Umberger, Kevin Colabucci, Brian Statum, Anthony Russo, Thomas Dev- 
lin. Back Row - from left - Glenn Davis, Manager, Bruce Bennie, David Snyder, Robert Tunstall, Paul Hill, 
Michael Burke, Kelly Lynch, James Chernega, Head Coach "Sully" Krouse. 



LACROSSE 




Row 1 Wilson Phipps, Pete Worstell, Lance Kohler, John Lannon, Barry Mitchell, Mike Hynes, Billy Gould, 
Kevin Boland, Jake Reed. Row 2 Drew Tyrie, Ron Martinello, Rich Shassian, Don Shea, Jeb Scannell, Terry 
Kimball, Bert Olsen, Tony Morgan, Wayne Martinello, Mark Shores. Row 3 Mark Burdett, Brian McKeever, 
Dave Saunders, Mark Duncan, Lin Wellander, Rich Shakespeare, Bob Boneillo, Rick Moyer, Jim Bell. Row 4 
Mike Farrell, Greg Rumpf, Ed Pary, Bob Ott, George Miller, Bob Holland, Nick Manis, Randy Ratliff, Bill 
Geary. Row 5 Paul Meissner (Manager), Joe Cohen (Manager), Bryant Waters, Brian Tully, John Ebmeier, Lee 
Zeidman (Trainer) Row 6 Jim Dietsch, C.A. "Bud" Beardmore, Fred Kramer 



157 



WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY 




Row 1 Sarah Slecbter, Gretchen Vogel, Patti Sullivan, Janis Drum, Joan Giebel, Pam Routly. Row 2 Coach 
Linda Balog, Marrtfe-^ngtawrf, fandy McGuire, Debbie Pavik, Kim Dunlap, Sharon Stuart, Patty Fogarty. 



FIELD HOCKEY 




Row 1 Kathy Titus, Irene Nolan, Cindy Soth, Sue Critchfield, Amy Schreiber. Row 2 Judith Dougherty, Mi- 
chele Liebmann, Patti Daley, Sharon Hoitschneider, Sandra Lanahan, Cindy Boyd. Row 3 Coach Sue Tyler, 
Tami Gannon, Sue DeVos, Dawn Goodall, Denise Wescott, Laura LeMire, Coach Liz Price. 



158 



VOLLEYBALL 




Row 1: Sandy Miller (Trainer), Bonnie Smith, Mary Duckworth, Barbara Yakely, Barbara Donlon, Wanda Jen- 
kins, Kay Cooper, Carol Thompson. Row 2: Carol Brice, Jackie McCabe, Karen Remeikis, Cathy Stevenson, 
Coach Barbara Drum, Asst. Coach Ann Lanphear, Barbara Bunting, Sue Michalski, Joann Lindblade, Nancy 
Carroll. 



SWIMMING 




1st Row - from left - Bob Oliver, Rob Schlecht, Steve Shinholser, John VVolsh, Mickey Allison, Eric Hememan, 
Mike Dew, Tom Sheldon 2nd Row - from left - Coach Charles Hoffman, Terry Kunst, George Carpouzis, 
Mike Delehanty, Glenn Zagoria, John Cunningham, Tim McGough, Charlie Stillwell, Rich Schlecht, Bob Kro- 
tee, Mike Bretting Back Row - from left - Tom Griffiths, Diving Coach,; Willie Kaarid, Steve Shinholser, Mickey 
Allison, John Wolsh, Eric Heineman 



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ENDING AN ERA 



"If I have made a contribution it has been to 
the academic development of this University," 
said President Wilson H. Elkins, who is to step 
down in July after heading the University since 
1954. "A great deal of academic progress has been 
done, but I haven't done everything I'd like to do." 

That's how the transplanted Texan summed up 
his 24 years at the helm of the University — the 
longest term of any current major University 
president. 

From the placid 1950s through the turbulent 
1960s and into the 1970s, Elkins has seen the one- 
time sports giant with a few academic courses 
attached emerge into one of America's major 
modern University systems, with all the prestige 
and problems that accompany that role. 

Elkins quiet, formal style disguises his Texas 
origins, but that state's notion of "bigness, great 
strides and progress," have pervaded his tenure 
here. 

The University has more than quadrupled its 



enrollment since 1954 when 15,000 attended 
classes at either the College Park or Baltimore 
campus. Today more than 78,000 students are en- 
rolled and the school has expanded to five cam- 
puses—here and abroad— and more than a dozen 
research facilities to accomodate that growth. 
The current budget for the University system 
exceeds $350 million; in 1954 that figure was only 
$23 million. 

But the growth in quantity has been matched 
by a growth in the quality of education offered 
here — the achievement of which Elkins is most 
proud. "It is my judgement — based on personal 
observation, external accreditation, association 
memberships and alumni status — that the Univer- 
sity is among the highest ten per cent of colleges 
and universities in the United States. I cannot 
prove that statement but I can make a good case 
for it and nobody can disprove it," he wrote in 
last year's annual report. 



183 



THE DIAMONDBACK STRIKE 



The daily routine of many students in- 
cludes stopping to pick up a copy of the 
Diamondback going to and from classes. 
But on Wednesday, Dec. 8, 1977, there 
were no Diamondbacks to be found, and 
the rumor that the daily paper's staff 
was on strike spread rapidly throughout 
the campus. 

Only once before in the 70-year history 
of the paper was an issue not published 
and that was due to weather conditions 
in 1975. But through WMUC and a special 
edition which appeared Dec. 9, most stu- 
dents became aware of the dispute be- 
tween Maryland Media and the Diamond- 
back staff which led to the strike. 

The dispute surfaced when board mem- 
bers of Maryland Media learned the Dia- 
mondback's editor, Alan Sea, was not a 
full time student; in fact. Sea had not 
registered for any classes that semester, 
and in the opinion of board members, 
that was a violation of the position. 

Despite Sea's allocations that the re- 
quirement to be a full-time student dis- 
criminated against part-time students, the 
majority of the board agreed the publica- 
tion was a student newspaper —and it 
should be edited by a full-time student. 

Following the vote. Sea and his staff 



preceeded to stop publication of the 
next day's paper by removing the copy 
from the composing room. 

Maryland Media then agreed to meet 
with the striking members of the staff 
and on Dec. 9 a special edition consisting 
of front page editorials and advertising 
was published. The official word from the 
striking staff was a one sentence state- 
ment: "This is the last Diamondback issue 
printed this semester by authority of the 
paper's reporters and editors." 

What irked the staff into striking was 
the threat of Maryland Media interven- 
ing in the "independent student publica- 
tion.^' Initiated in 1971, Maryland Media 
is designed to keep campus publications 
from falling under the control of the Uni- 
versity's administration, and the Diamond- 
back staff obviously felt their inde- 
pendence was being threatened. 

But Maryland Media perservered in 
their belief that student publications 
should be run by students and on January 
16, 1978, Sea was fired by a 7-4 vote. 

Norman Chad was named editor-in- 
chief in mid-January and the Diamond- 
back began another semester of publish- 
ing papers. 




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WMUC: "FM OR BUST" 



"FM or Bust" was this year's theme 
for the campus full-spectrum radio 
station — 65 WMUC. The station 
continued its campaign to get a bid 
for an FM station from the FCC and 
continued to get bogged down with 
complications and red tape. 

The original application in No- 
vember 1975, was "turned down be- 
cause we weren't applying for a 
proper FM frequency," explained 
station manager Pete Hoover. Since 
the FM band extends from 88.0 
to 108.0 mogahertz, the WMUC bid 
for 87.9 is below the frequency 
range. 

November 1976 brought an en- 
dorsement from the Corporation 
for Public Broadcasting who were 
in favor of adding an additional 
educational frequency to the FM 
band. 

The endorsement had little effect 
on the FCC, who turned down the 
bid a second time in July 1976. But 
according to Hoover, the commis- 
sioners never saw the application. 
"It got bogged down in staff." 

65-WMUC went all out in Oc- 



tober 1977 with a program, "FM 
or Bust", trying to rally public 
support. The bid was endorsed by 
the College Park City Government 
and three campus groups — 
MaryPIRG, UCA and SGA. 
According to Hoover, plans are 




being made to reapply again in the 
spring for 88.1 despite the fre- 
quency's closeness to WAMU, 
American University's radio station. 
However, American University offi- 
cials do not object to the potential 



interference, since the interference 
would be minimal. 

The FM station would give WMUC 
a broadcast range of 4-5 miles 
and the only interference would 
occur within sixty feet of the 
antenna, WMUC engineers dis- 
covered. 

"Our 10-watt signal would not be 
as powerful as WAMU, which 
reaches the whole Washington 
Metropolitan area," Hoover com- 
mented. 

According to Hoover, the new ap- 
plication for 88.1 has a better chance 
of success since the proximity to 
another station is more acceptable 
than a station out of the FM range, 
like 87,9 would be. 

WMUC-Fm would be the only 
radio station carrying exclusive 
Maryland University news. For the 
first time, commuters and listeners 
living off-campus, who are now out- 
side of the AM range, would be able 
to receive WMUC. 

With much support and no objec- 
tions from the closest station, the 
only obstacle is the all-mighty FCC. 



185 



THE CONTINUING SAGA OF: 




SHAO Tl HSU . . . 



Next to Margaret Cussler 
and Doris Sands, Shao Ti Hsu 
was probably the most well- 
known faculty member at the 
university in the past two 
years. Hse, a native a Ningpo, 
China and a man in his early 
sixties, has been teaching 
classes here for about ten 
years in themodynamics, 
transfer processes and energy 
conversion practices. 

Aside from being what some 
call an "easy A" mechanical 
engineering professor, Hsu 
was also called "the District's 
most prosecuted landlord." In 
recent years, Hsu has been 
prosecuted a number of times 
for housing code violations in 
his 200-unit Seat Pleasant 
Town and Country apartment 
complex. 

His tenants complained of 
code violations such as expos- 



ed electrical wires, broken 
heating systems, holes in the 
walls, broken flooring, missing 
fire extinguishers, roaches, 
water bugs and mice. Town 
and Country residents said no 
repairs or upgrading of the 
property was provided in sev- 
eral years and their calls to the 
complex's office for main- 
tenance were ignored. 

In mid-September 1977, the 
millionaire landlord-profes- 
sor's license to rent apartment 
units was revoked when he 
failed to correct code viola- 
tions on the property. He was 
arrested by Prince George's 
County police in November 
1977 for renting apartments 
with a suspended renting li- 
cense. 

At the same time, he was ap- 
pealing a perjury conviction in 
the District of Columbia Su- 



perior Court on another hous- 
ing code violation case. In 
mid-January 1978, the state's 
attorney's office dropped the 
misdemeanor counts against 
the "absentee" landlord in 
hopes of prosecuting him on 
felony charges. At the time of 
this writing, Hsu's cases are still 
pending. 

Concerned about the effect 
Hsu's legal problems on his ef- 
fectiveness as a professor, 
some members of the Board of 
Regents asked for his removal 
from his tenured university 
post. His students felt that his 
concerns as a "slumlord" has 
very little effect on his teach- 
ing, however. He continues to 
teach at the university, con- 
centrating on classes and on 
his research in solar energy 
and the molecular theory of 
heat conversion. 



186 



AND EDGAR F. BEALL 




Edgar F. Beall was a 43-year- 
old associate professor of 
physics and astronomy who 
had been teaching at the Uni- 
versity since 1961. In May 
1977 he was stripped of his 
teaching duties and ordered 
by President Elkins to undergo 
a psychiatric examination. That 
move came a few days after 
Beall alledgedly shoved assis- 
tant physics department chair- 
man David Falk during an ar- 
gument over repreated vanda- 
lism to Beall's office door. 

In late January 1978, Univer- 
sity officials revealed they had 
begun proceedings to fire 
Beall, charging him with in- 
competency, misconduct and 
willful neglect. This was the 
first time University officials 
have moved to fire a faculty 
member under the provisions 
of a faculty contract. 

The Board of Regents can di- 
miss a faculty member for the 
three charges mentioned and 
the charge of immorality. It 
Beall does not request a re- 
view by an appointed faculty 
board, the regents will hold 
hearings and make a final de- 
cision. 

Beall was an outspoken sup- 
porter of the People's Repub- 
lic of China and has said that a 
"right-wing organization" 

vandalized his door. At the 
time of this writing, no deci- 
sion has been made on the 
charges against Beall. How- 
ever, if he is fired or dis- 
satisfied with the dismassal 
proceedings, he might sue the 
University. 



187 



OLDEST EARTH ROCK DISCOVER 
ED BY 

UM PROF 



At the start of this school 
year, area newspapers herald- 
ed University of Maryland 
chemistry professor Cyril 
Ponnamperuma as leader of an 
expedition to Greenland. 
While there, Ponnaperuma 
uncovered the oldest rocks 
ever found on earth — 3.8 bil- 
lion years old. 

Ponnamperuma had ex- 
amined rocks brought from 
the moon and this year sought 
the fossils of organic mole- 
cules in the aged specimans 
from Greeland. Scientists 
hoped the rocks v^ould yield 
clues about the age of the 
earth and the origin of life. 

Ponnamperuma organized 
the University's Chemical Evo- 
lution lab and served as the 
principal researcher for the 
mission which sent the Viking 
to Mars. He will have the same 
role in the project which will 
send the Voyager I to Jupiter. 




188 



UMES ENROLLMENT ON STEADY 
DECLINE 



Enrollment at the University 
of Maryland at Eastern Shore 
(UMES), continues to decline 
and remedies for the situation 
invariably center around the 
transfer of academic programs 
from the College Park campus 
to UMES or merging UMES 
with Salisbury State College. 

A task force established in 
the spring of 1977 studied the 
feasibility of merging the two 
colleges on the eastern shore 
becuase neither was making ad- 
vancements in terms of enroll- 
ment increases. But the Board 
of Regents rejected the idea of 
combining the predominately 
black UMES with the predom- 
inately white Salisbury State 
College. 

The state higher education 
board voted in January to re- 
quire the University to initiate 
plans to transfer academic 
programs to UMES to increase 
the enrollment. The plan also 



calls for the board to make 
recommendations on how to 
cut the high per pupil costs at 
UMES. 

A previous suggestion was 
to move the agriculture divi- 
sion to the eastern shore, but 
that also met with opposition, 
especially from the state farm 
bureau. The large farmer's or- 
ganization voted to oppose 
the porposed move because of 
the large cost involved; the 
bureau also said the current 
location of the school at Col- 
lege Park is better, due to easy 
access. 

And B. Herbert Brown, 
chairman of the Board of Re- 
gents, said officials will not be 
intimidated into making im- 
practical transfers. 

The task force study, sought 
by Sheldon H. Knorr, state 
higher education commis- 
sioner, is also expected to de- 
vise a five-year plan to reduce 



UMES cost per student — 
which are now higher than 
those at any undergraduate 
school in the state. 

The Board of Regents has 
approved five programs to be 
installed at UMES, but so far 
administrators have been 
doubtful about the implemen- 
tation of the programs. The 
proposed courses of study in- 
clude special education, hotel 
and restuarant management, 
enviornmental science and 
guidance and counseling, 
which would be the first grad- 
uate course of study offered at 
UMES. 

A Board of Regents commit- 
tee also suggested the school 
put in a veterinary school at 
UMES, but Knorr expressed 
skeptimism at the idea. 

In the meantime, enroll- 
ment on the eastern shore 
campus continues to decline . 




189 



TOUGH SEASON FOR THE TERPS 



It was a year, that despite its 
happy ending, University foot- 
ball coach Jerry Claiborne 
would probably like to forget. 
It was a year when Heisman 
Trophy hopes and major bowl 
game illusions turned to pipe 
dreams. 

After winning its first game 
of the year, a 21-14 win over a 
very good Clemson team, the 
University dropped three 
straight. The Terps first fell to 
the visiting West Virginia, in a 
game which saw the the Uni- 



marked the first time in over 
twenty Atlantic Coast Confer- 
ence games that a team oppos- 
ing the University could sing 
its sardonic version of "A- 
men." 

The season's fifth game 
marked the Terps movement 
back into the win column, as 
they defeated Syracuse, 24-10. 
The win proved very costly, 
however, as the Terps lost 
quarterback Mark Manges, 
who suffered a broken wrist. 

The injury was the introduc- 



With Dick at the helm. The 
Terps won the next two, over 
Wake Forest and Duke, setting 
the stage for a contest with vis- 
iting North Carolina to decide 
the ACC title. The Terps scor- 
ed first as Lloyd Burris raced 98 
yards with an interception, but 
from then on it was all down- 
hill as the Tar Heels belted the 
Terps 16-7. 

The University won its next 
three games against no-names 
Villanova, Richmond and Vir- 
ginia and very surprisingly was 




versity battle back from a 24-0 
deficit to fall just short at the 
end, 24-16. 

The Terrapins next contest 
took them to University Park, 
Pa., where they were dealt 
another loss at the hands of 
Penn State, 27-9, on regional 
television. 

The crushing blow, how- 
ever, was a 24-20 loss to North 
Carolina State in Raleigh, it 



tion to the final chapter in the 
three-year battle between 
Manges and Larry Dick for the 
starting quarterback berth. 

Prior to this past season. 
Manges was the subject of an 
intense publicity hype as a 
"bonafide" Heisman trophy 
candidate. The wrist injury, 
however, rang midnight on 
Manges' hopes. 



awarded a beth in the First Hall 
of Fame Bowl in Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Behind the superior per- 
formance of Dick, receiver 
Chuck White and defensive 
tackle Charlie Johnson, the 
Terps routed Big Ten oppo- 
nent Minnesota. 

A happy ending to a not too 
happy season. 



WAILING THE BASKETBALL BLUES 




It was a year that simply wasn't supposed 
to happen to a Lofty Driesell-coached Uni- 
versity basketball team. A team with a coach 
who for over seventeen years has won over 
sixty per cent of his games, and who has the 
most highly-recruited freshman in years, is 
not supposed to lose six of its first seven 
conference games. 

But the team did. And their problems were 
not confined to the hardcourt. 

Prior to the season, the Diamondback, the 
campus newspaper, and the Washington Star 
reportocJ that four players, sophomore 
guards Jo Jo Hunter and Billy Bryant, sopho- 
more forward John Bilney and junior center 
Larry Gibson, were on academic probation. 
The reports created a stir as it involved 
the violation of the players freedom under 
the Buckley Amendment. The Buckley 
Amendment protects a student's right to 
privacy in the matter of grades. The viola- 
tion is now the subject of a $70 million suit 
filed by the players against both papers and 
their reporters. 

The team's troubles did not stop there. 
After losing its first three conference games, 
the squad was the subject of countless prob- 
ings as to "what is wrong with Maryland's 
basketball team." 

Following consecutive losses to North 
Carolina, North Carolina State and Notre 
Dame, unconfirmed reports stated that 
Driesell's job was in jeopardy. 

Athletic Director James Kehoe denied the 
reports and Driesell himself tossed off the 
rumors as "the most ridiculous thing in the 
world." 

But the unsettling effect still existed. 
The same day that reorts of Driesell's pos- 
sible firing came out, the coach dropped 
senior center and co-captain, Mike Davis, 
from the squad. 

Davis' dismissal came one game after he 
refused to enter the State game with twenty- 
five seconds to play. Driesell refused to com- 
ment on the matter, saying "it is between 
Mike Davis and myself," Davis, in published 
comments referred to himself as "a scrape- 
goat" for the team's woes. 

Following Davis' release, the Terps narrow- 
ly missed knocking eleventh-ranked Vir- 
ginia, falling 66-64. After the game, Driesell 
stated that he believed that the team would 
come back and "not to count us out yet." 

It seemed strange talk from a man who just 
three games earlier had said he couldn't 
wait for the season to end. 



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Textiles 



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Physical Education 



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Business 



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Special Education 



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Electrical Engineering 



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Art Education 



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Meteorology 



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Geography 



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General Studies 



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General Studies 



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Government 



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Outdoor Recreation 



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Geography 




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Chemistry 



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Hearing and Speech 



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Special Education 



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Anthropology 



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Applied Design 



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Radio and TV 




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Business 



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Biology 



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Government 



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Recreation 



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Applied Design 



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Art Education 




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Business 



220 




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Business 



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Applied Design 



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Textiles 




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History 



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Chemistry 



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History 



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Applied Design 



221 




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Hearing and Speech 



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Law Enforcement 



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Business 



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Special Education 



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Zoology 



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Animal Science 



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Physical Science 



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Electrical Engineering 



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Psychology 




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Food Science 



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Agronomy 



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Microbiology 



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Government 



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Hearing and Speech 



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Animal Science 



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Textiles 




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Government 



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Electrical Engineering 



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Family Development 



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Dance 



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Economics 



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Business 



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Journalism 



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Business 



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Radio and TV 



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Botany 



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History 



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Distributive Education 



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Special Education 



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Business 



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Business 




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Business 



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Health 



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Industrial Education 



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Library Science 




Kahn, llene 
Government 



Kallal, Larry 
Recreation 



Kallal, Steve Kaluzienski, Kenneth 

Resource Management Government 




Kaper, Elira 
Music Education 



Kaplan, Jana 
History 



Karabetsos, Kathy 
Interior Design 



Karbassafshar, Majid 
Nuclear Engineering 



Karp, Kathy 
Special Education 



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Karson, Janet 
Business 



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Administration 



Kassin, Jodi 
Urban Studies 



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Government 



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Business 




Keen, Sheila 
Studio Art 



Keith, Cynthia 
Music 



Keith, Scott 
Zoology 



Kelber, Steven 

Government/ 

Chemistry 



Kendzejeski, Mary 
Textile Marketing 



Kennedy, Doug 
Business 



Kern, Catherine 
Applied Design 



Kessler, Dale 
Recreation 



Kelley, Kathryn 

Horticulture 

Education 




Kessler, Geri 
Business 




Keyes, Cheryl Keys, Charles Kiatlertpongsa, Tawat 

Journalism Business/Sociology Civil Engineering 



kidd, Rosemary 
Fashion Design 



Kilgore, Janice 
Music 



226 




Kim, Eun Ok 

Arts 



King, Mary 
Textiles 



King, Robert 
Computer Science 



Kirby, Hughlett 
Government 



Kirshbaum, Randi 
Business 




Klages, Mark 
Transportation 



Klein, Carol 

Special Education 



Klein, Laurie 
Psychology 



Klein, Steve 
Business/Economics 



Klosky, Eileen 
Applied Design 




Knapstein, Peter 

Business 



Knestout, Janice 

Journalism 



Knoblett, Janice 

Elementary Education 



Koehler, Alan 

Business 



Koehler, Annette 

Law Enforcement 




Kolker, Rich Kominsky, Stephen Kouchoukos, David Koval, Paula 

Journalism Biology Chemical Engineering English 



Kraft, Charles 
Business 



227 




Kramer, Andrew 
Zoology 



Krantzow, Caryl 
Applied Design 



Kratz, Charlene 
Library Science 



Kravitz, Arlene 
Criminology 



Krebs, Susan 
Business 




Kremnitzer, David 
Geography 



Krocheski, Theodore 
Music Education 



Krumke, Melissa 
Special Education 



Krupsaw, Susan 
Recreation 



Kulezyski, Mary 
Special Education 




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Journalism 



Kurzmiller, Janice 
Special Education 



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Economics 



Laffitte, Brigette 
Design/French 



228 




Laganj, Mary 
Elementary Edii<ation 



Lambert, Normane 
Law Enforcement 



Lana, Lorie 
Animal Science 




Landesman, Madeline 
Animal Science 



Lansman, Linda 
Applied Design 



Lawless, Kathleen 
Animal Science 




Lawrence, Antonell 
Physical Education 



Lawrence, Barbara 
Hearing and Speech 



Lawrence, Richard 
Business 





Lazarus, David 
Journalism 



Leacock, Elizabeth 
Recreation 



Leader, Leslie 
Government 



Leahy, Robert 
Business 



Lee, April 
Law Enforcement 



229 




Lee, III, Henry 
Electrical Engineering 



Lee, JoAnne 
Business 



Lee, Ronald 
Electrical Engineering 



Lee, Susan 

Elem. Education/ 

Library Science 



Lefter, Dianne 
General Studies 




Lehr, Sherri 
Family Development 



Leon, Chuck 
Mechanical 
Engineering 



Leonard, Brcnda 
Criminology 



Lerner, James 
Business 



LeRoux, Pamela 
Elementary Education 






Levengood, Kevin 
Journalism 



Levine, Barbie 
Elementary Education 



Levine, Cindy 
Pyschology 



Levine, Mark 
Computer Science 



Levine, Nanette 
History 




Levine, Richard 



Levitt, Hal 
Electrical Engineering 



Levy, Andrew 
Urban Studies 



Lewinter, Mark 
History 



Lewis, Hugh 
Psychology 



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Architecture 



Lewis, Robin 
Hearing and Speech 



Leibman, Jeff 
Government 



Liddell, Misc hclic 

Horticulture 

Education 



letK'l, Micti.iel 
Business 




Lieberman, Wendy Liederbach, Marijcanne 


Light, Wendy 


Elementary Education Dance/Kineslology 


Journalism 


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Lily, Joel 
Business 



Lindsey, Teresa 
Applied Design 



Linehan, Rob 
Geography 



Linthicum, Diane 
Applied Design 



Lipousky, Alice 
Law Enforcement 




Lite, Nancy 
Hearing and Speech 



Litman, Anne 
Speech 



Litt, Mindee 
Elementary Education 




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Lobel, Michael 
Psychology 



Lochner, Ruth 
General Studies 



Locraft, Robert 
Business 



Long, III, Arlie 
Electrical Engineering 



Long, Lisa Anne 
Dance 




Long, Michael 
Business 



Lopez, Maria 
Chemistry 



Lorber, Linda 
Art Education 



Lowe, Valerie 
Biochemistry 



Lowenthal, Howard 
Criminology 




Luterman, Enid 
Government 



Luther, Teresa 
Sociology 



Lyons, Kimberly 
Home Economics 



Lyn, Fred 
Chemical Engineering 



Machlan, Joannah 
General Studies 




Maiewski, Mark 
Business 



Maloney, Sandra 
Microbiology 



Mangum, Jacqueline 
Government 



Mann, Philips 
Music 



Manoff, Mark 
Business 



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Mdntogna, Steven 


Mapou, Robl) 


M.ipp, [(iLiry 


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Elertriral tnginccring 


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General Studies 



Marcinik, Mark 
Architecture 



Marder, Charles 
Psychology 




Morganthau, Ricky 
Criminology/ 
Soc iology 



Marlin, Deborah 
Applied Design 



Marker, David 
Mathematics 



Marks, Marjory 
Hearing and Speech 



Marsden, Alma C. 
Elementary Education 




Martin, Everett 
English 



Martin, Scott 
Applied Design 



Massey, Mark 
Zoology 



Mathews, Louise 
Hearing and Speech 



Matthews, Mirian 
Special Education 



Congratulations from the SGA 23:i 




Matthews, Roxanne 
Elementary Education 



Mavritte, Andre 
Spanish 



Mazer, Susan 
Applied Design 



Mazzanti, Chris 
Radio and TV 



Mazzanti, Sabina 
Journalism 




MacCailum, Diane 
Nutrition 



MacKeever, Duncan 
Biochemistry 



Mackenzie, Laura 
Business 



McAdoo, Douglas 
Business 



McAuiay, Jane 
Business 




McCoy, Laura 
Hearing and Speech 



McCoy, Nancy 
Textiles 



234 Woodward and Lothrop Photography 




McDaniel, Rhonda 
Radio and TV 



McUonalti, Patritc 
Criminology 



McDonough, Kart-n 
Journalism 



Mc Gee, Jr., I lar ry 
Business 



M( Ginniss, RtKit-ritk 
Business 



MiGowan, Maureen 

Home Economics 

Education 



M< Kcn/ie, Vashli 
General Studies 



McKinney, Lorraine 
Business 



McManus, Maureen McNair, Judy 

Recreation Family Development 



McNally, Michael 
Business 



McNally, Ronald 
Food Science 



McGill, Pamela 
Journalism 




McLaren, Brian 
English 




McPherson, Janice 
Recreation 




McShea, Jude 
English 



Mead, III, Stanton 
Business 



Meadows, Ralph 
Industrial Education 



Meckler, Harold 
Chemistry 



Medeiros, Carlos 
Economics 



Congratulations from the SGA 235 




Meirer, Stephen 
Business 



Melone, Diane 
Zoology 



Memarbushi, Farah 
Interior Design 



Mentz, Mary Ellen 
Kinesiology 



Mercado, Raul 
Civil Engineering 









Merchant, Emely 
Agricultural 
Education 



Merron, Jean 
Family Development 



Merron, Gary 
Business 



Mesa, Kristin 
Dance 



Metzbower, Susan 
Business 




Meyer, Angela 
FHorticulture 



Meyer, Jeffrey 
Government 



Michaleo, Marian 
Special Ed. 



Miles, David 
Architecture 



Miliman, Howard 
Government 




Miller, Barbara 
Botany 



Miller, llene 
Elementary Education 



Miller, Lynn 
Biology 



Miller, Randy 
Business 



Miller, Sara 
Microbiology 



236 Woodward and Lothrop Photography 




Miller, Sheryl 
Criminology 



Mills, Pamela 
Dietetics 



Mills, Tatiana 
Interior Design 



Mizell, Bradd 
Industrial Education 



Mirin, Kathleen 
lournalism/French 




Mitchell, Susan 
Horticulture 



Modzel, Vicki 
Special Education 



Moldow, Leslie 
Architecture 



Mole, Susan 
Journalism 



Moller, Diane 
Applied Design 




Molz, Linda 
Elementary Education 



Molz, Steve Montague, Jr., Jeremiah Mooney, John 

Zoology Chemistry/Arts Chemical Engineering 



Moore, Deborah 
English 




Moore, Stephanie 
Animal Science 



Morgan, Carol 
Psychology 



Morin, Jack 
Business 



Morin, Maria 
Special Education 



Morris, Charles 
Business 



Woodward and Lothrop Photography ^37 




Morris, Vivian 
Journalism 



Moten, Shawn 
Journalism 



Muldoon, Maureen 
Hearing and Speech 



Morrison, Maxine 
Special Education 



Morrison, Rebecca 
Agronomy 



Mosedale, Dianne 
Library Science 



Moss, Debbie 
Applied Design 




Motzno, Debbie 
History 



Moy, Linda 
Family Development 



Moyer, Judith 
Journalism 



Mudrick, Terry 
Systems Management 





Munson, Janete 
Computer Science 




Muntjan, Paul 
Business 



238 Woodward and Lothrop Photography 




Murdock, Judnltd 
Physical Education 



Mushel, Wdndd 
Journalism 



Nachman, March 
Business 



Nadeau, Llizabeth 
Sociology 



Nadel, Susan 
Family Development 






Narode, Karen 
Family Development 



Nasca, Anthonv 



Naylor, Jr., Allen 
Transportation 



Negrin, Arthur 
Business 



Nettles, Maria 
Economics 




Neufeld, Deborah 
Public Administration 



Nicholas, Kevin 
Agriculture 



Nicolaisen, Barbara 
Business 



Nekritz, Jon 
Civil Engineering 



Noel, Nicki 
Elementary Education 







Noon, Mary 
Textiles 



Norken, Harold 



Nosser, Debi 
Animal Science 



Nurkm, joann 
Dietetics 



O'Brian, Maggie 
General Studies 



Woodward and Lothrop Photography 239 




O'Connell, Jean 
Consumer Economics 



O'Connell, Jeanette 
Business 



O'Connell, Kevin O'Donnell, Pat 

Economics Family Development 



O'Neill, Gary 
American Studies 



Okas, Robert 
Electrical Engineering 



Olszewski, Robert 

Mechanical 

Engineering/Zoology 



Oneson, Ruth 
Zoology 



O'Neill, Alison 
Journalism 




Ong, Kim 
English 




Oring, Jeff 
Business 



Oseroff, Ed 
Urban Studies 



Oshinskie, Denise Ossip, Joy Overmyer, Larry 

Dental Hygiene Family Development Business 




Overton, Ronald 
Mechanical 
Engineering 



Owen, Kenneth 
Secondary Education 



Owings, Karen 
Interior Design 



Packett, Jim 
Criminology 



Packheiser, Rita 
Speech 



240 Woodward and Lothrop Photography 




P.ulilLi, Fernandi) 
Zoology 



Page, Faith 
Family Development 



Paitison, Janet 
Horticulture 



Palmer, Winsome 
Accounting 



Panagos, Andrew 
Zoology 




Parker, Betsy 
Criminology 



Parker, Steven 
Zoology 



Passori, III, Alfred 
Advertising 



Patrick, Dianne 
English 



Patterson, Caria 
Physical Education 



Congratulations from the SGA 241 




Patterson, Susan Paul, Martin A. 

Special Education Systems Management/ 

Business 



Paul, Ronnie 
Business 



Pearl, Gale 
Dietetics 



Pearlman, Jane 
English 




Perkins, Nancy 

Home Economics 

Education 



Perloe, Shelley 
Individual Studies 



Perry, Clenda 
Psychology 



Perry, Marilyn 
Science Education 



Peterson, Peggy 
Botany 



242 Congradulations from the SCA 





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Journalism 



Pfarr, Michael 
Civil Engineering 



Phdrn, Minh 
Microbiology 



Phelps, Boh 
RacJio and TV 



Phoebus, Gary 
History 



Poisson, Robert 
Government 



Porter, Peter 
Criminology 



Pierson, Alecia 
Elementary Education 



Pine, Martin 
Business 



Pittman, Lynn 
Special Education 



Pollett, Leigh 
Government 



Pong, Eugene 
Chemical Engineering 



Pope, Lincoln 
History/Geography 



Philbin, Patricia 
Horticulture 




Plater, Marsha 
Zoology 




Porter, David 
Architecture 




Portnoy, Donna 
Elementary Education 



Postal, Charles 
Business 



Potter, Stephen 
Agronomy 



Powell, Jr., Clayton 
Government 



Congratulations from the SGA 243 




Powell, John 
Business 



Poyd, Kenneth 
Horticulture 



Pristoop, Flora 
Psychology 



Powell, Lynne 
Elementary Education 



Powell, Pam 
Physical Education 



Powell, Patricia 
Recreation 



Powell, Robert 
Criminology 




Price, Jacelyn 
Physical Education 



Prince, Andrew 
Business 



Prior, George 
Business 



Prissman, Elliott 
Business 




Pritchard, John 
Economics 



Proper, Deborah 
English 



Prosise, Michael 
Speech 



Puhl, Michael 
Business 



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Architecture 



Quittman, Debi 
Family Development 



Rabin, Judy 
Individual Studies 



Raffensperger, Karen 
Radio and TV 



244 Congratulations from the SGA 




Raffie, Debbie 
Hearing and Speech 



Rdhn, Doridld 
Business 



Ramage, Mark 
Mathematics 



Randall, Sharon 
Recreation/Botany 



Ranghei, Blanca Ravick, Amy 

Systems Management Secondary Education 



Ray, Laura 
Business 



Rayman, Karen 
Criminology 



RancJolph, Sheila 
Business 




Re', Debra 
Biology 




Reba, Lori 
Criminology 



Reese, Sheryl 
Special Education 



Regenstein, Barry 
Business 



Reich, Deborah 
English 



Reich, Thomas 
Animal Science 



Congratulations from the SGA -•''' 




Reichel, Louis 
Chemistry 



Reid, Jr., James 
Business 



Reinoldi, Jane 
Hearing and Speech 



Reitwiesmer, Dorothy 



Remus, Michael 
Business 




Renrick, Robin 
Radio and TV 



Rentz, Caro 
Special Education 



Reynolds, Gwendolyn 
Journalism 



Rhodes, Tammy 
Government 



Richardson, Karen 
Education 




Ridpath, Mary 
Textiles 



Rienzo, Phyllis 
Health 



Riley, Frank 
Philosophy 



Riley, Michael 
Business 



Rinard, Cathy 




Ring, Donald 
Business 



Ritter, Karen 
Chemistry 



Rivera, Louis 
Radio and TV 



Robbins, Nancy 
Radio and TV 



Roberts, Allan 
Business 



246 Congratulations from the SGA 




Rt)bt>rls, Angela 
Textiles 



Roberts, Denise 
Business 



Roberts, Kevin 
Systems Management 



Roberts, Randal 
Journalism 



Roberts, Sharon 
Journalism 




Roberts, Sharon 
Sociology 



Robinson, Curtis 
History 



Robinson, III, William 
Journalism 



Rodeffer, Kathy 
Music Education 



Roderick, Diane 
Art Education 




Rodriguez, Roberto 



Rodriguez, Nelson 
Business 



Roeder, Colette 
Business 



Rogers, Debra Rogow, Andrea 

Elementary Education Food Administration 




Rohrer, Robin 
History 



Roles, Bonnie 
Spanish Education 



Rooks, Deborah 
Music 



Rooney, Patrick 
Law Enforcement 



Rose, Belinda 
Business 



Congradulations from the SCA --^7 




Rose, Frank 


Rose, Susan 


Rosen, Craig 


Government 


Radio and TV 


Business 


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Elementary Education 



Rosenberg, Diane 
Family Development 



Rosenburg, Henry 
General Studies 





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Government 



Rosengard, Peter 
Business 



Rosenthal, Lorie 
Recreation 



Rosenthal, Nancy 
General Studies 



Roser, Susan 
Family Development 




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Rosner, Miles 
Economics 



Rothe, Janet 
Library Science 



Rothenberg, Chris 
Animal Science 



Rothman, Jan 
Business 



Rouillard, Alice 
Recreation 



24S Congratulatons from the SGA 




Rovir.ilt.i, Willidni 
Business 




Rowe, Doug 
Business 



Rowley, Debra 
Journalism 



Rubenstein, Mitchell 
Law Enforcement 



Rubenstein, Robert 
Government 



LIMlL 



Rurde, Margaret 
English 



Safaryn, Debby 
Art History 





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Ryan, Clifton 
Mechanical 
Engineering 



Sabelle, Nannettc 
History 



Sabin, Andrew 
American Studies 



Sacks, Amy 
Radio and TV 




Sager, Sandy 
Jewish Studies 



Sakin, Scott 
Criminology 



Salamon, Stephen 
Business 



Salvagno, Ralph 
Psychology 




Samosuk, Teresa 
Criminology 



Sanders, Charles 
Applied Design 



Sandhaus, Daniel 
Geology 



Sandler, Robin 
Child Study 



Sandman, Linda 
Crafts 



Congratulations from the SGA -•'^ 




Sandridge, Dave 
General Studies 



Sarricks, Jeffrey 
Mechanical 
Engineering 



Sarrin, Shelly 
Special Education 



Sassin, Lynn 
Criminology 



Scaffa, Marjorie 
Psychology 



Schachter, Claire 
Zoology 



Schaefer, Bruce 
Zoology 



Schaibie, Helen 
Hearing and Speech 



Schickler, Marlene 
English 



Schneider, Steven Schneider, Wendy 

Chemical Engineering Elementary Education 



Schnitman, Jeffrey 
Radio and TV 



Sawyer, Johnnie 
Government 




Scheibel, Gregg 
Recreation 




Schooley, Dale 
Recreation 




Schulman, Linda 
American Studies 



Schwartz, Eric 
Chemistry 



Schwartz, Eric 
Law Enforcement 



Schwartz, Eric 
Government 



Schwartz, Lawrence 
General Studies 



250 Congratulations from the SGA 




Schwartz, Lynn 
Recreation 



Scott, Alroy 
Zoology 



Scott, Carol 
Applied Design 



S( ully, Daniel 
Re( reation 



Seavey, Kevin 
French 




Serber, Paul 
Journalism 



Serini, Barry 
Nuclear Engineering 



Serpi, Florence 
Business 



Servadio, Janet 
Spanish 



Shapero, Paul 
Business 



Congratulations from the SGA 251 




Sheehan, Laura 
English 



Sherwood, Janet 
Animal Science 



Shinn, Joan 
Special Education 



Shipp, Jeff 
Government 



Shores, Mark 
Civil Engineering 



Shougarman, Sharlene 



Shor, Lawrence 
History 




Shreiber, Ruth 
Special Education 



Shugarman, Marlene 
Math Education 



Shulman, Fred 
Computer Science 



252 Congratulations from the SGA 




Shulman, Jan 
Special Fduration 



Silver, Robert 

Biology 



Simko, James 

Chemistry 



Sisler, Nancy 
Criminology 



Sienkiewicz, Mary 
Microbiology 



Silber, Fran 

Business 



Sileo, Michael 
Engineering 



Silver, Pamela 
Special Education 




Silverman, Michael 
Recreation 



Silverman, Stacey 
Radio and TV 



Silverstein, Richard 
Business 



Silversieitj, Sheree 
Individual StutJies 




Simms, janelle 
Criminology 



Simonetti, Donna 
Textiles 



Singer, Sherry 
Biochemistry 



Sirkin, Susan 

Business 




Small, Fara 
Business 



Smelkinson, Gail 
Applied Design 



Smith, Janet 
Business 



Smith, Jeff 
General Studies 



The "M" Club 454-5158 253 




Smith, Kathryn 
Elementary Education 



Smith, Kevin 
Radio and TV 



Smith, Patricia 
Recreation 



Smith, Randall 
General Studies 



Synder, Stephen 
Geology 



Sobel, Amy 
Criminology 



Sobel, Wendy 
Elementary Education 



Soberman, Susan 
Recreation 



Smith, Randi 
Applied Design 




Soilins, Risa 
Psychology 




Solomon, Marc 
Business 



Solomon, Paul 
Chemistry 



Sotter, Sue 
Recreation 



Souder, Susan 
History 



Sparrow, Beth 
History 




Spates, Ronald 
Health 



Spector, Coleman 
Biochemistry 



Spector, David 
Physics 



Spector, Ellen 
Elementary Education 



Speicher, Deborah 
Law Enforcement 



254 The "M" Club 454-5158 




Spellman, Lynne Spence, Stephanie Spiegel, James 

Elementary Education Hearing and Speech Biochemistry 



Spiller, Arthur 

ForeiKn 1 anguago 

Fckj( dlion 



Spong, Jr., Wayne 
Government 




Stappler, Michael 
Business 



Statter, Bradley 

Business/ 
TransportJtinn 



Startt, Patrick 
Urban Studies 



Statham, Kimberly 
Biology 



Stathis, John 
Government 



Stearman, Lisa 
Urban Studies 



Steigler, Ellen 
Business 



Stein, Bette 
Special Education 




Statler, John 
Chemistry Education 




Stein, Elisabeth 
Art Education 





Stein, How^ard 
Business 



Steinberg, Peter 
Zoology 



Steininger, Scott 



Stemmer, Lisa 
Art Education 



Stephenson, Judith 
Journalism 



The "M" Club 454-5158 255 






Stevens, Debra 

Early Childhood 

Education 




Stevens, Michael 
Zoology 








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Stevens, Patricia 
Animal Science 



Stitz, Faye 
Elementary Education 



Stotler, Roderick 
Government 



Stone, Karen 
Special Education 



Strabin, Raymond 
Business 




Strasser, Lorri 
Family Development 



Streckbeck, Linda 
Kinesiology 



Street, Delia 
Criminology 



Strom, Marta 
Special Education 



Suhayda, Martha 
Kinesiology 



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Sush, Enid 
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Sussman, Amy 
Horticulture 



Swaine, III, John 
Agronomy 



Swarm, Robert 
Business 




Tabler, Bonnie Tabler, Roberta Tabler, Shirley 

StucJio Art Elementary Education Art Education/Library 

Science 



Taylor, Carol 
Food Administration 



Taylor, Lori 
Special Education 




Taylor, James 
Business 



Taylor, Judith 
Radio and TV 



Tedesco, Richard 
Computer Science 



Testa, Brenda 
Applied Design 



Tevlowitz, Steven 
Criminology 




Thambinayagam, 

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Electrical Engineering 



Thepsutha, Jutharai 
Applied Design 



Thomas, Dail 
Argrichemistry 



Thomas, Jr., James 
Agronomy 



Thomas, Patrick 
Business 



257 




Thomas, Uwanna 
English 



Tilyou, Mark 
Mechanical 
Engineering 



Ton, Patricia 
Business 



Tsui, Charles 
Business 



Thompson, James 
Fire Protection 



Thompson, Joel 
Agricultural 
Engineering 



Thompson, Susan 
Recreation 



Tillapaugh, Helen 
Radio and TV 




Tison, Dale Tober, Leonard Tobert, Rena 

Business Business 



Tokoli, James 
Law Enforcement 




Tonelson, Steven 
Biology 



Tong, George Tremblas, Jean Trigonoplos, Michael 

Zoology Elementary Education Law Enforcement 




Tucker, Susan 
Elementary Education 



Tunkel, Heidi 
Sociology 



Turkel, Randi 
Business 



Turin, Susan 
Zoology 



258 




Tyroe, Bonnie 
Soci.ll Studies 



Tyrie, Andrew 
Business 



Ulander, Mark 
Economics 



Ursini, Paula 
Business 



Urtz, Kenneth 
Law Enforcement 




Valentine, Karen 
Sociology 



Van Stratum, Bruce 
Mechanical 
Engineering 



Vantassel, Lisa 
Consumer Economics 



Vaughan, Margaret 
Psychology 



Vaughan, Jr., William 
Biochemistry 




Vaughn, Valanda 
Interior Design 



Vest, Pamela 
Psychology 



Virgil, Donna 
Biology 



Vogel, Maria 
Journalism 



Voneiff, Julia 




Vucci, John 
Industrial Education 



Wagner, Nancy 
Microbiology 



Wais, Gary 
Business 



Walton, Ravi 
Architecture 



Wallick, Simi 
Hearing and Speech 



259 




Warrenfeltz, Vicki 
Journalism 






Walsh, Daniel 
Civil Engineering 


Walsh, Vincent 
Business 


Waiston, Ellen 
Library Science 


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Psychology 



Wang, Ye Yeng 
Education 




Wantz, Annie 
Home Economics 



Ward, Karen 
Business 




Wartella, Don 
Zoology 



Warsinger, Terese 
Food Administration 



Washington, Chandra 
Radio and TV 



Washington, Susan 
Art 




Wassel, Scott 
Psychology 



Wasserman, Morris 
Kinesiology 



Wasserman, Robert 
Biology 



Weaver, Shirley 
Elementary Education 



Weber, Charles 
Civil Engineering 



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Human Ftology 



Weigle, Pauline 
Special Education 



Weinberg, Allssa 
Business 









Weinberg, Marjorie Weinmann, Sandy 

Business Electrical Engineering 




Weinstein, Cindy 
Family Development 



Weinstein, Gary 

Journalism 




Weisinger, Andrew 
Journalism 



Welsman, Susan 
Business 




Weiss, Mindy 
History 



Welch, Joe 
Business 



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Welch, Marjie 
Library Science 



Wells, David 
Mechanical 
Engineering 



Werner, Gary 
Radio and TV 



Wheat, Phyllis 
Sociology 



White, Marion 
Music 



Whitehead, Sherri 
Family Development 



Whitney, Scott 
Psychology 



Whittaker, Jean 
Sociology 



Wheeler, John 
Business 




Wichin, Harriet 




Wieder, Marcia 
Radio and TV 



Wilhelm, Michael 
Business 



Wilkins, Steven 
Animal Science 



Williams, Dorothy 
Business 



Williams, LaVonne 
German/Psychology 




Williams, Jeffrey 
Nuclear Engineering 



Williams, Larry 
Business 



Williams, Timothy 
Business 



Williams, S. 
Radio and TV 



Willis, Karyn 
Psychology 



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Winkler, Jeanne 
Textiles 



Winkler, Wayne 
Business 



Winston, Leslie 
Business 



Winters, Pia Marie 
Journalism 



Witham, Barbara 
Business 



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Wolcott, Angele 
Special Education 



Wolfe, Dora 
Zoology 



Wood, Jr., George 
Psychology 



Wood, llene 
Applied Design 



Wood, Stacy 
Sociology 




Woodburn, James 
Business 



Wright, Steven 
Business 










Woodburn, Kent 
Chemistry 



Wooden, Laury 
Recreation 



Wright, Leslie 
Agriulture 



Wright, Rosalyn 
Chemistry 




Wun, Michael 
Electrical Engineering 



Yabion, Teresa 
Applied Design 



Yopconka, Pat 
Dietetics 



Yost, Joe 
Government 




Yu, Pattie 
Journalism 



Yuhase, Debra 
Government 



Zagami, Jr., Joseph 



Zaslovi/, Hal 
Architecture 



Zussenhaus, Rita 
Business 



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Zi'ds, M.irg.irt't 
English 



ZvWvi, Ciul 
Business 



ZcTivit/, Judy 
Economics 



Zu-glci , Cdi I ol 
Criminology 



ZiCglCT, SlC'^f 

Government 




Hyatt, Phillip 
Business 



McCright, Denise 
Special Education 



Noone, Joan 
Zoology 



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presence known. And make it 
known they did on the 8th an- 
nual Band Night held November 
11. 

The program, featuring the tal- 
ents of music majors as well as non- 
majors, began with the concert 
band, and progressed to the sym- 
phonic wind ensemble, jazz en- 
semble, and finally the marching 
band, complete with flags and 
pom-pons. 

John Wakefield, director of the 
bands, began this annual event 
eight years ago when he felt the 
need existed for such a program. 
The program is becoming more 
successful each year, as the stand- 
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Abato, Lee Ann, 194 
Abbott, William, 194 
Abrahams, Bobby, 194 
Abramowitz, Amy, 194 
Abramowitz, Gwen, 194 
Absher, Jacqueiyn, 194 
Adams, Shirletta, 194 
Adderly, Michael, 194 
Adeiman, Jill, 194 
Adolphsen, Jr., John, 194 
Agyeman-Duah, Sam, 194 
Ahistrom, Nancy, 195 
Akers, Sharon, 195 
Akinasi, Joseph, 195 
Albamonte, Elena, 195 
Alf, David, 99 
Alexander, Andrea, 195 
Alexander, Sandra, 195 
ALPHA DELTA PI, 90 
ALPHA EPSILON PHI, 84 
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA, 84 
ALPHA OMICRON PI, 85 
ALPHA PHI ALPHA. 90 
ALPHA XI DELTA, 85 
Altman, Lisa, 195 
Amsel, Holly, 195 
Anderson, Hugh, 195 
Andresen, Nancy, 195 
Angle, William, 195 
Ansheil, Stewart, 19b 
Ansher, Alan, 196 
Appei, Gayle, 196 
Applebaum, Arnie, 101 
Aquilino, III, Joseph, 196 
Arbabi, Linda, 196 
Arbin, Mel, 196 
ARGUS, 101 
Aris, Joyce, 196 
Arlauskas, Diane, 196 
Armstrong, Janice, 196 
Arrington, Jefferson, 196 
Atelsek, Paul, 196 
Atlman, Steven, 196 
Auld, Theresa, 196 
Axelrod, Jeffrey, 196 

B 

Back, Larry, 196 
Badger, Deborah, 196 
Baer, Stephanie, 197 
Bailey, Mary Ann, 197 
Baird, Moria, 197 
Baker, Kevin, 197 
Baker, Laura, 197 
Banfer, Raymond, 197 
Bangs, Karen, 197 
Barber, Wayne, 197 
Bardoff, Beth, 197 
Barkley, Ralph, 197 
Barnes, Susan, 197 
Barome, Patrizia, 197 
Bartholomew, Susan, 99 
Bartley, Lisa, 197 
Barwick, Helen, 197 
Basamh, Bakr, 197 
Basarah, Daria, 197 
BASEBALL TEAM, 156 
BASKETBALL TEAM, 156 
Battersby, Alan, 197 
Baverman, Alan, 197 
Beach, Glenn, 197 



Beall, Edgar, 187 
Beard, Pamela, 197 
Beardmore, Buddy, 111 
Beauregard, Michael, 198 
Beaver, Robert, 198 
Beck, Mary, 198 
Becker, Lynn, 198 
Beckert, Michael, 198 
Beckman, John, 198 
Bell, Debby, 198 
Bell, John, 198 
Bell, Susan, 198 
Beller, Nancy, 198 
Bender, Fern, 199 
Bender, James, 199 
Benner, Patti, 199 
Bennett, Sabata, 199 
Benzinger, Sarah, 199 
Berg, Paul, 99 
Berger, Stephanie, 199 
Berlin, Karen, 199 
Berman, Gail, 199 
Berman, Terri, 199 
Bernstein, Drew, 199 
Bernstein, Lauren, 199 
Bialczak, Mark, 99 
Bidle, Jeanette, 199 
Bierer, Jeffrey, 199 
Bless, Michelle, 199 
Biron, William, 199 
Bischoff, Susan, 199 
BLACK EXPLOSION, 100 
BLACK STUDENT UNION, 68 
Blankenship, Blair, 199 
Bleetstein, Barbara, 199 
Block, Arleen, 199 
Blum, Branden, 200 
Blum, David, 200 
Blum, Robin, 200 
Blumberg, Lori, 200 
Bobart, Kevin, 200 
Bobrow, Sherry, 200 
Boettcher, Kevin, 200 
Boland, Kevin, 111 
Bollens, Nita, 200 
Bond, Stephen, 200 
Boneillo, Bob, 111 
Bos, Leslie, 200 
Bourne, Henry, 200 
Bowers, Susan, 200 
Boyd, Barbara, 200 
Bradford, David, 200 
Bradley, Neil, 200 
Brady, Jr., Rupert, 200 
Brain, Laurel, 200 
Branch, Lauren, 200 
Branch, Richard, 200 
Brandon, James, 200 
Branson, Daryl, 201 
Brashears, Michael, 201 
Breger, Iris, 201 
Breeden, Paula, 201 
Brenner, Gail, 201 
Bridge, Andrew, 201 
Bridges, Leroy, 201 
Brier, Meredith, 201 
Briese, Mary, 201 
Brindley, Les, 99 
Brinkley, Cassandra, 201 
Briscoe, Naomi, 201 
Britt, Joan, 201 
Brock, Diane, 201 
Broder, Shari, 93 
Bronrott, William, 201 
Brooks, Christopher, 201 



Brooks, Jacqueline, 201 
Brooks, Joyce, 201 
Brooks, Martin, 201 
Brown, Becky, 201 
Brown, Carol, 201 
Brown, Gail, 202 
Brown, Kimberly, 202 
Brown, Michael, 202 
Brown, Sandra, 202 
Brown, Suzy, 202 
Brubaker, Kathy, 202 
Bryant, Jr., George, 202 
Buckel, Kerry, 202 
Bubb, Debra, 97 
Bunker, Paul, 202 
Burch, Christopher, 202 
Burger, Karen, 202 
Burka, Diane, 203 
Burke, Raymond, 203 
Burke, Richard 99 
Burton, Bill, 101 
Busch, Linda, 203 
Bustin, Mark, 203 
Butler, Cheryl, 203 
Butler, Ethel, 166 
Butler, Maureen, 203 
Buzz!, Jill, 203 



Caballero, Humerio, 203 
Cable, Melissa, 203 
Caibi, David, 203 
Caldara, Charlotte, 203 
Calderone, Denise, 203 
Calderone, Joe, 99 
Callahan, Michael, 203 
CALVERT, 93 

Campbell, Barbara Jean, 203 
Canklin, Anne, 203 
Cano, Leslie, 203 
Cantor, Sheryl, 99,203 
Caporossi, Nello, 203 
Carnahan, Diane, 203 
Carr, Brad, 120 
Carroll, Nancy Lee, 203 
Carson, Sotiria, 204 
Carswell, Annie, 204 
Carter, Diane, 204 
Cascio, Horace, 204 
Casselberry, Susan, 204 
Casto, Beverly, 204 
Caternor, Seth, 204 
Cattaneo, Louise, 204 
Cauceglia, Joseph, 204 
Cavanaugh, Carol, 204 
Chad, Norman, 99 
Chamberlain, Grover, 204 
Chambers, George, 204 
Chan, Carol, 204 
Channel, Corrie, 204 
Chapman, Jr., Curtis, 204 
Chazen, Joseph, 204 
Chernev, Nancy, 204 
Cheung, Christine, 204 
Chiert, Alyse, 204 
Chin, Steve, 204 
Chiosi, Christine, 205 
Cho, Soon Im, 205 
Choueiri, Chawky, 205 
Christian, Sally, 205 
Chrzanowski, Thomas, 205 
Ciocci, Richard, 205 
Claiborne, Jonathan, 205 



Clair, Lee, 71 
Clancy, James, 205 
Clark, Christine, 206 
Clark, Leslee, 205 
Clark, Regina, 205 
Clatworthy, Glen, 206 
Clayton, Jr., John, 206 
Clemens, Rick, 100 
demon, Jr., Bonnie, 206 
Cohen, Alan, 206 
Cohen, Bruce, 206 
Cohen, Cindy, 206 
Cohen, Gary, 206 
Cohen, Jane, 206 
Cohen, Sandra, 206 
Cohen, Steve, 206 
Cohn, Robin, 206 
Coile, Jonathan, 71 
Cokas, Dean, 206 
Colbert, Janice, 206 
Colby, Charles, 206 
Collins, Charles, 206 
Collins, Linda, 207 
Colteryahn, Karen, 207 
Colvin, Robert, 207 
Commander, Susan, 207 
Commins, Victoria, 207 
Concannon, Mike, 162 
Conley, Dennis, 207 
Conway, Thomas, 207 
Cook, Richard, 207 
Coonley, Robert, 207 
Coons, Margaret, 207 
Cooper, Carol, 207 
Cooper, Kevin, 207 
Cooperman, Cynthia, 207 
Coppel, Cathi, 207 
Cord, Tony, 208 
Cornish, Howard, 208 
Cornwell, Dave, 124 

Corridon, David, 208 

Corwin, Jack, 208 

Courpas, Charlene, 208 

Cox, Robert, 208 

Coyle, Jane, 208 

Crawford, David, 208 

CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM, 158 

Crow, Roy, 208 

Crystal, Darryl, 92 

Crucetti, James, 208 

Cubero, Jr., Timothy, 208 

Cullen, Peter, 96 

Culliton, Richard, 208 

Cummings, Jeanne, 99 

Cummings, Milton, 208 

Cunningham, Janet, 208 

Curchack, Freda, 208 

Curry, Wanda, 208 

Cusic, Cindy, 99 

Cuthrell, Faith, 208 

D 

D'Amico, Jack, 208 
Daley, Patty, 146 
Dana, David, 208 
Dangerfield, Yvonne, 208 
Dannaway, Samuel, 209 
Danson, Jr., John, 209 
Dantzler, Roane, 209 
Dapper, Robert, 209 
Darnall, Kenneth, 209 
Daubner, Teri, 96, 209 
Davis, Catherine, 209 



298 



Davis, Donna, 209 

Davis, Pamela, 209 

Davis, Shcrric, 209 

Davis, William, 209 

Davisson, Julie, 209 

Dc Ccnzo/, David, 209 

Dechter, Alan, 209 

Decker, Karen, 209 

Defrin, Marcia, 265 

Detlavcn, Cordale, 209 

Delanoche, Nimfa, 209 

De Loren/o, Patricia, 209 

DELTA GAMMA, 86 

DELTA PHI EPSILON, 86 

DELTA UPSILON POOL PARTY, 

15 
De Mouy, Rosemary, 209 
Demuro, Ronald, 209 
Dennis, Patrick, 210 
Denison, Peter, 210 
Denny, Rhonda, 210 
Depue, Michael, 210 
Derency, Karen, 210 
Derkay, Lori, 210 
Desposito, Karen, 210 
Deutsch, Louis, 210 
Deutsch, Susan, 210 
Dcvos, Sue, 146 
DIAMOND BACK, 99 
Dietrick, Diane, 210 
Dietrick, Irene, 210 
Dietsch, Jim, 129 
Dimaio, Joseph, 211 
Dinan, Mary, 211 
Dinnel, Ellen, 211 
Director, Ann, 211 
Dixon, Gail, 211 
Dixon, Patricia, 211 
Do, Hoan, Bich Thi, 211 
Do, Tien, 211 
Dobyns, Thomas, 211 
Donegan, Jerry, 211 
Donlan, Mildred, 211 
Donoughe, Ruth, 211 
Donovan, Michael, 211 
Dordick, Nancy, 211 
Dorfman, Amy, 211 
Dori, Joyce, 211 
Dornbush, Wendy, 211 
Dorwegt, Joe, 211 
Dotson, Edna, 211 
Doub, Ronald, 211 
Dougherty, Judy, 146 
Douglas, Sheila, 212 
Douman, Argyrious, 212 
Dow, Lily, 99, 212 
Dowling, John, 212 
Downing, Steven, 212 
Draize, Donna, 212 
Drew, Karen, 212 
Dsazvwa, Joe, 212 
Duba, Craig, 212 
Duffy, Marion, 212 
Dugan, Leslie, 212 
Duggan, Daniel, 212 
Dunlavey, Tom, 99 
Duvail, Suzanne, 212 



Eddy, Stephen, 212 
Edelson, Eve, 212 
Edgar, Kathy, 212 
Ehlers, Nancy, 212 



Flkms, Dr., Wilson, 183 
Ellcr, Rhonda, 212 
Ellis, David, 212 
England, Claude, 129, 143 
Englehart, Joan, 212 
Eisenstat, Iris, 213 
Enzler, David, 213 
Embich, Jeanne, 213 
Emerson, Nancy, 213 
Epps, Maurene, 213 
Epstein, Joyce, 213 
Epstein, Kenneth, 213 
Essenstab, Jeri, 213 
Evans, Jack, 213 



Failla, Jr., John, 213 
Faktorow, Marco, 213 
Farah, Kathleen, 214 
Fareli, Nigel, 214 
Farrell, Ed, 214 
Feeks, Joseph, 214 
Feigeles, Michael, 214 
Feilman, Karl, 214 
Feiper, Jamie, 214 
FIELD HOCKEY TEAM, 158 
Fink, David, 214 
Finklestein, Robin, 214 
Fioramonti, Nancy, 214 
Firtag, Marcia, 214 
Fischman, Gerald, 99 
Fishbein, Debra, 214 
Fisher, Mark, 214 
Fitzgerald, Mike, 214 
Flora, Darryl, 214 
Flowers, Jan, 214 
Fiynn, Christopher, 214 
Foland, Elise, 214 
FOOTBALL TEAM, 155 
Forman, Janet, 214 

Forrest, Allen, 214 
Fortenberry, Kathleen, 215 
Fouch, Barbie, 215 
Fox, David, 215 
Fox, Kenneth, 215 
Framm, Rhonda, 215 
Frandsen, Peter, 215 
Frank, Karen, 215 
Frank, Marjorie, 215 
Frankel, Scott, 215 
Frederick, Kathy, 215 
Freeman, Carol, 215 
Friedland, Bruce, 99 
Friedlander, Robert, 215 
Friedman, Steven, 215 
Fushner, Gail, 215 



Gaines, Julia, 99, 215 
Gall, Robert, 215 
Gallas, Thomas, 215 
Gallerizzo, Carmela, 215 
Gallerizzo, Pete, 215 
Gamble, Scott, 215 
Gaimeijer, Eileen, 216 
Gamper, Robert, 216 
Gangi, Frank, 216 
Garbis, Wendy, 216 
Gardiner, Sandy, 216 
Garland, Jeanne, 99 
Garndner, Bill, 145 



Garofalo, Cathy, 216 
Gasn, Billy, 216 
George, Joseph, 216 
Gerecht, Mike, 216 
Gerhart, Kenneth, 216 
Gessler, Robert, 216 
Gewir/, Bruce, 216 
Giacometti, Andrea, 216 
Giamartino, Juliet, 216 
Gies, Jr., Donald, 216 
Gilstrap, Teresa, 216 
Gindes, Stephen, 217 
Gisser, Nancy, 217 
Clantz, llene, 217 
Clazer, Harry, 217 
Glcason, Peter, 217 
Glixon, Scott, 217 
Gluckstern, Robert, 63 
Glumac, Linda, 217 
Goebel, Susan, 217 
Goetz, Wendy, 217 
Goldberg, Beth, 217 
Goldberg, Charles, 217 
Goldberg, Sherri, 265 
Goldenberg, Steven, 265 
Goldstein, Marsha, 217 
Goll, Anita, 217 
Gooden, Deborah, 217 
Goodson, Ellen, 218 
Gottdenker, Glenn, 218 
Gootshall, Beverly, 218 
Goughtt, Diane, 218 
Gould, Billy, 218 
Grace, Lynn, 218 
Grafton, Andrew 218 
Gragnani, Julia, 218 
Graham, Paul 218 
Grant, Conrad, 217 
Grantham, Patricia, 218 
Gray, Luise, 218 
Gray, James, 218 
Green, Deirdro, 218 
Green, Donna, 218 
Green, Francis, 218 
Greenhouse, Robin, 218 
Green, Lisa, 218 
Greenstein, Daniel, 219 
Gregory, Deborah, 219 
Gross, Edward, 219 
Gross, Helen, 219 
Gross, Lisa, 219 
Ground, Kimberly, 219 
Grubman, Stewart, 219 
Guentner, Susan, 219 
Gutridge, Dean, 219 
Gwinn, Anne, 219 

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Hahn, David, 219 
Hakkarinen, Ida, 219 
Hall, Cherlyn, 219 
Hall, III, Howard, 219 
Halle, Gail, 219 
Halligan, Mike, 102 
Halstrick, Richard, 71 
Hamada, Carol, 219 
Hambler, Sandy, 219 
Hamian, Mohammed, 219 
Hamilton, Kimberly, 219 
Hancock, Karen, 219 
Hatch, Gary, 220 
Hankin, Cynthia, 220 
Hanna, Mary, 220 



Hanson, Susan, 220 
Harmon, Lauretta, 220 
Harrigan, Elaine, 220 
Harris, Kenneth, 220 
Harris, Richard, 220 
Harris, Robert, 220 
Hartman, Laurie, 220 
Hasenauer, Jim, 170 
Hawkes, Christie, 220 
Hay, James, 220 
Haynes, Michelline, 220 
Headley, Shirley, 220 
Heibein, Stephen, 220 
Heitmuller, Carol, 220 
Heller, Christian, 220 
Hennessee, Byrd, 220 
Henretty, Cheryl, 220 
Henry, Paul, 220 
Herbert, Bob, 221 
Herfort, Nancy, 221 
Herman, Robyn, 221 
Hess, Carol, 221 
Hesslcr, Susan, 221 
Hickey, Kevin, 265 
Hickman, Bradd, 221 
Hidalgo, Marietta, 221 
Hidalgo, Violetta, 221 
Higgins, Patricia, 221 
Highton, Scott, 265 
Hilliard, Karen, 221 
Himelfarb, Daniel, 221 
Hinman, Cynthia, 221 
Hirsch, Maria, 221 
Hixon, Susan, 221 
Hockaday, Cheryl, 222 
Hocknell, William, 222 
Hodge, Christopher, 222 

Hoff, Marcella, 222 
Hoffman, Mark, 222 
Hoffman, Peter, 222 
Hoffmaster, Jr., David, 222 
Hogan, David, 222 
Holeva, Lee, 222 
Holloman, Karen, 222 
Hollis, Charles, 222 
Holmes, Nancy, 222 
Holt, John, 222 
Holthaus, Roberta, 222 
Holtschneider, Sharon, 146 
Hoover, Brenda, 222 
Hoover, Pete, lOw 
Hopkins, Thomas, 222 
Hoppenstein, Anne, 223 
Horak, Jr., Hobbs, 223 
Horlick, Robert, 223 
Home, Janet, 223 
Horn, Anthony, 223 
Housley, Susan, 223 
Hovaker, Caria, 223 
Howell, Larry, 129 
Hsu, Shaoti, 186 
Hughes, II, Donald, 223 
Hughes, Estelle, 223 
Hunt, John, 223 
Hurt, Lynn, 223 
Huston, Amanda, 223 
Hutcheson, Don, 223 
Hyatt, Phillip, 265 
Hynes, Mike, 111 

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Incarnato, Elena, 223 
Ing, Lilly, 223 



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Ingle, Michael, 223 
Ingram, Lee, 223 
INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL, 

89 
Ironfield, Susan, 223 
Irwin, Jr., John, 223 
Isaac, Sharon, 223 



Jackson, Eli, 100 
Jaeger, Brad, 224 
Janries, Tony, 143 
Janiga, Anthony, 224 
Janus, Rosemary, 224 
Jansen, Michael, 224 
Jennings, William, 224 
Jerabek, Debra, 224 
JEWISH STUDENT UNION, 92 
Johns, Melaney, 224 
Johnson, Charles, 224 
Johnson, Harold, 224 
Johnson, Jean, 224 
Johnson, Michelle, 224 
Johnston, Joy, 224 
Jones, Charles, 225 
Jones, Jacqueline, 225 
Jones, Marva, 225 
Jones, Michael, 225 
Jones, Thomas, 225 
Joseph, Maria, 225 
Judge, Susan, 225 



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Kahan, Sherri, 225 

Kahia, Paul, 225 

Kahler, Mary, 225 

Kahn, Alice, 225 

Kahn, llene, 225 

Kallal, Larry, 225 

Kallal, Steve, 225 

Kaluzienski, Kenneth, 225 

Kandra, Greg, 99 

Kaper, Eliva, 225 

Kaplan, Jana, 225 

KAPPA ALPHA, 87 

KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA, 87 

Kapsidelis, Tom, 99 

Karabetsos, Kathy, 225 

Karbassafashar, Majid, 225 

Karp, Kathy, 225 

Karson, Janet, 226 

Kash, Marion, 226 

Kassin, Jodi, 226 

Katz, Ronald, 226 

Katz, Steven, 226 

Keen, Sheila, 226 

Keith, Cynthia, 226 

Keith, Scott, 226 

Kelber, Steven, 226 

Kelley, Kathryn, 226 

Kendzejeski, Mary, 226 

Kennedy, Doug, 226 

Kern, Catherine, 226 

Kessler, Dale, 226 

Kessler, Geri, 226 

Keyes, Cheryl, 100, 226 

Keys, Charles, 226 

Kiatlertpongsa, Tawat, 226 

Kidd, Rosemary, 226 

Kidd, Scott, 143 

Kidwell, Roland, 98, 99 



Kilgore, Janice, 226 
Kim, Eun Ok, 227 
King, Mary, 227 
King, Robert, 227 
Kirby, Hughlett, 227 
KIrsch, Larry, 67 
Kirshbaum, Randi, 227 
Klages, Mark, 227 
Klein, Carol, 227 
Klein, Laurie, 227 
Klein, Steve, 227 
Klinefelter, Merry, 97, 101 
Klosky, Eileen, 227 
Knapstein, Peter, 227 
Knestout, Janice, 71, 96, 227 
Knoblett, Janice, 227 
Koehler, Alan, 227 
Koehler, Annette, 227 
Kolker, Rich, 227 
Kominsky, Stephen, 227 
Korman, Mitch, 99 
Kouchoukos, David 227 
Koval, Paula, 227 
Kraft, Charles, 227 
Kraft, Don, 129 
Kraft, Lucy, 99 
Kram, Mark, 99 
Kramer, Andrew, 228 
Krantzow, Caryl, 228 
Kratz, Charlene, 228 
Kravitz, Arlene, 228 
Krebs, Susan, 228 
Kremnitzer, David, 228 
Krocheski, Theodore, 228 
Krumke, Melissa, 228 
Krupsaw, Susan, 228 
Kuchno, John, 103 
Kulezyski, Mary, 228 
Kurman, Vicki, 228 
Kurzmiller, Jancie, 228 
Kushmeider, Rosemarie, 228 



LACROSSE TEAM, 157 
Laffitte, Brigette, 228 
Lagana, Mary, 229 
Lambert, Normane, 229 
Lana, Lorie, 229 
Landesman, Madeline, 229 
Lansman, Linda, 229 
Lawless, Kathleen, 229 
Lawrence, Antonell, 229 
Lawrence, Barbara, 229 
Lawrence, Richard, 229 
Lazarus, David, 99, 229 
Leacock, Elizabeth, 229 
Leader, Leslie, 229 
Leahy, Robert, 229 
Lebel, Michael, 231 
Lee, April, 229 
Lee, 111, Henry, 230 
Lee, Joanne, 230 
Lee, Ronald, 230 
Lee, Susan, 230 
Lefter, Dianne, 230 
Lehr, Sherri, 230 
Leibman, Jeff, 231 
Leon, Chuck, 230 
Leonard, Brenda, 230 
Lerner, James, 230 
Le Roux, Pamela, 230 
Levengood, Kevin, 230 
Levine, Barbie, 230 



Levine, Cindy, 230 
Levine, Mark, 230 
Levine, Nanette, 230 
Levine, Richard, 230 
Levitt, Hal, 230 
Levy, Andrew, 230 
Lewinter, Mark, 230 
Lewis, Hugh, 230 
Lewis, Richard, 231 
Lewis, Robin, 231 
Liddell, Mischelle, 231 
Lieberman, Wendy, 231 
Liederbach, Marijeanne, 231 
Light, Wendy, 231 
Lilling, Dave, 102 
Lily, Joel, 231 
Lindsey, Teresa, 231 
Linehan, Rob, 231 
Linthicum, Diane, 231 
Lipousky, Alice, 231 
Lite, Nancy, 231 
Litman, Anne, 231 
Litt, Mindee, 231 
Lobel, Michael, 232 
Lochner, Ruth, 232 
Locraft, Robert, 232 
Long, III, Arlie, 232 
Long, Lisa Anne, 232 
Long, Michael, 232 
Lopez, Maria, 232 
Lorber, Linda, 232 
Lott, Jon, 124 
Lowe, Valerie, 232 
Lowenthal, Howard, 232 
Luna, Luis, 66 
Luterman, Enid, 232 
Luther, Teresa, 232 
Lyons, Kimberly, 232 
Lyn, Fred, 232 



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Machlan, Joannah, 232 
Maguire, Miles, 93 
Maher, Jim, 93 
Maiewski, Mark, 232 
Maloncy, Sandra, 232 
Manges, Mark, 120 
Mangum, Jacqueline, 232 
Mann, Philips, 232 
Manoff, Mark, 232 
Mantegna, Steven, 233 
Mapou, Robb, 233 
Mapp, Hilary, 233 
Marber, Charles, 233 
Marchel, Janet, 233 
Marcinik, Mark, 233 
Marker, David, 233 
Marks, Marjory, 233 
Marlin, Deborah, 233 
Marsden, Alma, 233 
Martin, Everett, 233 
Martin, Scott, 233 
Martinello, Ron, 111 
MARYLAND MILITIA, 94 
MARY PIRG, 69 
Massey, Mark, 233 
Mathews, Louise, 233 
Matthews, Mirian, 233 
Matthews, Roxanne, 234 
Mavritte, Andre, 234 
Mazer, Susan, 234 
Mazzanti, Chris, 234 
Mazzanti, Sabina, 234 
MacCullum, Diane, 234 



MacKenzie, Laura, 234 
MacKeever, Duncan, 234 
McAdoo, Douglas, 234 
McAulay, June, 234 
McCall, Clifford, 234 
McCarthy, Maureen, 234 
McCoy, Nancy, 234 
McCoy, Laura, 234 
McCright, Denise, 265 
McDaniel, Rhonda, 235 
McDonald, Patrice, 235 
McDonough, Karen, 99, 235 
McEnroe, Matt, 99 
McGee, Jr., Harry, 235 
McGill, Pamela, 235 
McGinniss, Roderick, 235 
McGowan, Maureen, 235 
McKeever, Ron, 129 
McKenzie, Vashti, 235 
McKinney, Lorraine, 235 
McLaren, Brian, 235 
McManus, Maureen, 235 
McNair, Judy, 235 
McNally, Michael, 235 
McNally, Ronald, 235 
McPherson, Janice, 235 
McShea, Jude, 235 
Mead, III, Stanton, 235 
Meadows, Ralph, 235 
Meckler, Harold, 235 
Medeiros, Carlos, 235 
Meirer, Stephen, 236 
Melone, Diane, 236 
Memarbushi, Earah, 236 
Mentz, Mary Ellen, 236 
Mercado, Raul, 236 
Merchant, Emely, 236 
Merron, Jean, 236 
Merron, Gary, 236 
Mesa, Kristin, 236 
Metzbower, Susan, 236 
Meyer, Angela, 236 
Meyer, Jeffrey, 236 
Meyers, Pat, 99 
Michaleo, Marian, 236 
Miles, David, 236 
Miliman, Howard, 236 
Miller, Barbara, 236 
Miller, llene, 236 
Miller, Lynn, 236 
Miller, Randy, 236 
Miller, Sara, 236 
Miller, Sheryl, 237 
Mills, Pamela, 237 
Mills, Tatiana, 237 
Mizell, Bradd, 237 
Mirin, Kathleen, 237 
Mitchell, Susan, 237 
Modzel, Vicki, 237 
Moldow, Leslie, 237 
Mole, Susan, 237 
Moller, Diane, 237 
Molz, Linda, 237 
Molz, Steve, 237 
Montague, Jr., Jeremiah, 237 
Mooney, John, 237 
Moore, Deborah, 237 
Moore, Stephanie, 237 
Morgan, Carol, 237 
Morganthau, Ricky, 233 
Morin, Jack, 237 
Morin, Maria, 237 
Morris, Charles, 237 
Morris, Vivian, 238 
Morrison, Maxine, 238 



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Morrison, Rebecca, 238 
Mosedale, Dianne, 238 
Moss, Debbie, 238 
Moten, Shawn, 238 
Mot/no, Debbie, 238 
Moy, Linda, 238 
Moyer, Judith, 238 
Mudrick, Terry, 238 
Muldoon, Maureen, 238 
Mullin, William, 238 
Munson, Janete, 238 
Muntjun, Paul, 238 
Murdock, Juanita, 239 
Mushel, Wanda, 239 



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Nachman, March, 239 
Nadeau, Elizabeth, 239 
Nadel, Susan, 239 
Narode, Karen, 239 
Nasca, Anthony, 239 
Naylor, Jr., Allen, 239 
Negrin, Arthur, 239 
Nekritz, Jon, 239 
Nettles, Maria, 239 
Neufeld, Deborah, 92, 239 
Nicholas, Kevin, 239 
Nicolaisen, Barbara, 239 
Noel, Nicki, 239 
Noon, Mary, 239 
Noone, Joan, 265 
Norken, Harold, 239 
Nosser, Debi, 239 
Nurkin, Joann, 239 
Nyce, Peter, 71 
NYUMBURU, 83 



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O'Brian, Maggie, 239 
O'Connell, Jean, 240 
O'Connell, Jeanette, 240 
O'Connell, Kevin, 240 
O'Donnel, Pat, 240 
O'Neill, Alison, 240 
O'Neill, Gary, 240 
Okas, Robert, 240 
Olsen, Bert, 111 
Olszewski, Robert, 240 
Oneson, Ruth, 240 
Ong, Kim, 240 
Oring, Jeff, 240 
Oseroff, Ed, 240 
Osninskie, Denise, 240 
Ossip, Joy, 240 
Overmyer, Larry, 240 
Overton, Ronald, 240 
Owen, Kenneth, 240 
Owens, Billy, 145 
Owings, Karen, 240 



Packett, Jim, 240 
Packheiser, Eric, 129 
Packheiser, Rita, 240 
Padilla, Fernando, 241 
Page, Faith, 241 
Paitison, Janet, 241 
Palmer, H.D., 99 
Palmer, Winsome, 241 
Panagos, Andrew, 241 



PANHELLENIC ASSOCIATION, 

91 
PANHELLENIC EXECUTIVE 

COUNCIL, 91 
Pannuci, Valerie, 241 
Pantuso, Cathy, 241 
Papagjika, Spiro, 241 
Parker, Elizabeth, 241 
Parker, Betsy, 241 
Parker, Steven, 241 
Passori, III, Alfred, 241 
Patick, Dianne, 241 
Patterson, Caria, 241 
Patterson, Susan, 242 
Paul, Martin, 242 
Paul, Ronnie, 242 
Pearl, Gale, 242 
Pearlman, Jane, 242 
Peck, Michael, 242 
Pell, Gail, 242 
Pendergraph, Janet, 242 
Penn, Jeffrey, 242 
Pennington, Ronald, 242 
Peoples, Barry, 242 
Perkins, Nancy, 242 
Perloe, Shelley, 242 
Perry, Glenda, 242 
Perry, Marilyn, 242 
Peterson, Peggy, 242 
Pettis, Renee, 243 
Pfarr, Michael, 243 
Pham, Minh, 243 
Phelps, Bob, 243 
PHI SIGMA DELTA, 88 
Philbin, Patricia, 243 
Phoebus, Gary, 243 
Pierson, Alecia, 243 
Pine, Martin, 243 
Pittman, Lynn, 243 
Plater, Marsha, 243 
Poisson, Robert, 243 
Pollack, Larry, 102 
Pollett, Leigh, 243 
POM-PONS TEAM, 154 
Pong, Eugene, 243 
Ponnamperuma, Cyril, 188 
Pope, Lincoln, 243 
Porter, David, 243 
Porter, Peter, 243 
Portnoy, Donna, 243 
Postal, Charles, 243 
Potter, Stephen, 243 
Powell, Jr., Clayton, 243 
Powell, John, 244 
Powell, Lynne, 244 
Powell, Pam, 244 
Powell, Patricia, 244 
Powell, Robert, 244 
Poyd, Kenneth, 244 
Prange, Gordon, 177 
Price, Jacelyn, 244 
Prince, Andrew, 244 
Prior, George, 244 
Prissman, Elliott, 244 
Pristoop, Flora 244 
Pritchard, John, 101, 244 
Proper, Deborah, 244 
Prosise, Michael, 244 
Puhl, Michael, 244 



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Quilter, Robert, 244 
Quinter, Robyn, 98 
Quittman, Debi, 244 



R 

Rabin, Judy, 244 
Raffensperqer, Karen, 244 
Raffie, Debbie, 245 
Rahn, Donald, 245 
Ramage, Mark, 245 
Randall, Sharon, 245 
Randolph, Sheila, 245 
Ranghel, Blanca, 245 
Ravick, Amy, 245 
Ray, Laura, 245 
Rayman, Karen, 245 
Re,'Debra, 245 
Reamsnyder, Craig, 245 
Reaves, John, 245 
Reba, Lori, 245 
Reed, Jake, 111 
Reese, Sheryl, 245 
Regenstein, Barry, 245 
Reich, Deborah, 245 
Reich, Thomas, 245 
Reichel, Louis, 246 
Reid, Jr. James, 246 
Reinoldi, Jane, 246 
Reinsel, Susan, 97 
Reitwiesmer, Dorothy, 246 
Remus, Michael, 246 
Renrick, Robin, 246 
Rentz, Carol, 246 
Reynolds, Gwendolyn, 246 
Rhodes, Tammy, 246 
Richardson, Karen, 246 
Ridpath, Mary, 246 
Rienzo, Phyllis, 246 
Riley, Frank, 246 
Riley, Michael, 246 
Rinard, Cathy, 246 
Ring, Donald, 246 
Ritter, Karen, 246 
Rivera, Louis, 246 
Robbins, Nancy, 246 
Roberts, Allan, 246 
Roberts, Angela, 247 
Roberts, Denise, 247 
Roberts, Kevin, 247 
Roberts, Randall, 99, 247 
Roberts, Sharon A., 247 
Roberts, Sharon K., 247 
Robinson, Curtis, 247 
Robinson, III, William, 247 
Rodeffer, Kathy, 247 
Roderick, Diane, 247 
Rodriguez, Nelson, 247 
Rodriguez, Roberto, 247 
Roeder, Colette, 247 
Rogers, Debra, 247 
Rogow, Andrea, 247 
Rohrer, Robin, 247 
Roles, Bonnie, 247 
Rooks, Deborah, 247 
Rooney, Patrick, 247 
Rose, Belinda, 247 

Rose, Frank, 248 
Rose, Susan, 248 
Rosen, Craig, 248 
Rosen, Sandy, 248 
Rosenberg, Diane, 248 
Rosenburg, Henry, 248 
Rosenbusch, Lynne, 248 
Rosengard, Peter, 248 
Rosenthal, Lorie, 248 
Rosenthal, Nancy, 248 
Roser, Susan, 248 



Rosner, Miles, 248 
Rothe, Janet, 248 
Rothenberg, Chris, 248 
Rothman, Jon, 248 
Rouillard, Alice, 248 
Roviralta, William, 249 
Rowe, Doug, 249 
Rowley, Debra, 249 
Royal, Doyle, 143 
Rubenstein, Mitchell, 249 
Rubenstein, Robert, 249 
Rurde, Margaret, 249 
Ryan, Clifton, 249 



Sabelle, Nannette, 249 
Sabin, Andrew, 249 
Sachs, Amy, 249 
Safaryn, Debby, 249 
Sager, Sandy, 249 
Sakin, Scott, 249 
Salamon, Stephen, 249 
Salley, Ernie, 120 
Salvagno, Ralph, 249 
Samosuk, Teresa, 249 
Sanders, Charles, 249 
Sandhaus, Daniel, 249 
Sandler, Robin, 249 
Sandman, Linda, 249 
Sandridge, Dave, 123, 250 
Sands, Doris, 174 
Sarricks, Jeffrey, 250 
Sarrin, Shelley, 250 
Sassin, Lynn, 250 
Sawyer, Johnnie, 250 
Scaffa, Marjorie, 250 
Scanlon, Bill, 103 
Schachter, Claire, 250 
Schaefer, Bruce, 250 
Schaeble, Helen, 250 
Scheibel, Gregg, 250 
Schickler, Marlene, 250 
Schneider, Steven, 250 
Schneider, Wendy, 250 
Schnitman, Jeffrey, 250 
Schooley, Dale, 250 
Schulman, Linda, 250 
Schwartz, Eric, 250 
Schwartz, Eric, 250 
Schwartz, Eric, 250 
Schwartz, Lawrence, 250 
Schwartz, Lynn, 251 
Scott, Alroy, 251 
Scott, Carol, 251 
Scott, Dallas, 100 
Scully, Daniel, 251 
Sea, Alan, 98, 99 
Seavey, Kevin, 251 
Seckar, Mike, 251 
Segal, Cynthia, 251 
Sehembrini, Jr., Joel, 251 
Seigel, Gary, 251 
Serber, Paul, 251 
Serini, Barry, 251 
Serpi, Florence, 251 
Servadio, Janet, 251 
Shapero, Paul, 251 
Shapiro, Laura, 252 
Sharenow, Paula, 252 
Sharker, Carol, 252 
Shays, Douglas, 252 
Shearer, Chett, 252 
Sheehan, Daniel, 252 



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Sheehan, Laura, 252 
Sherwood, Janet, 252 
Shiff, Ronnie, 97 
Shinn, Joan, 252 
Shipp, )eff, 252 
Shor, Lawrence, 252 
Shores, Mark, 252 
Shougarman, Sharlene, 252 
Shreiber, Ruth, 252 
Shugarnnan, Marlene, 252 
Shulman, Fred, 252 
Shulman, Jan, 253 
Sienkiewicz, Mary, 253 

SIGMA DELTA TAU, 88 
SIGMA KAPPA, 89 
Silber, Fran, 253 
Sileo, Michael, 253 
Silver, Pamela, 253 
Silver, Robert, 253 
Silverman, Stacey, 253 
Silverman, Michael, 253 
Silverslein, Richard, 253 
Silverstein, Sheree, 253 
Simko, James, 253 
Simms, Janeile, 253 
Simon, Bob, 178 
Simonetti, Donna, 253 
Singer, Sherry, 253 
Sirkin, Susan, 253 
Sisler, Nancy, 253 
Small, Fara, 253 
Smelkinson, Gail, 253 
Smith, Greg, 96 
Smith, Janet, 253 
Smith, Jeff, 253 
Smith, Kathryn, 254 
Smith, Kevin, 254 
Smith, Patricia, 254 
Smith, Randall, 254 
Smith, Randi, 254 
Snyder, Stephen, 254 
Sobel, Amy, 254 
Sobel, Wendy, 254 
Soberman, Susan, 254 
SOCCER TEAM, 154 
Sollins, Risa, 254 
Solomon, Marc, 254 
Solomon, Paul, 254 
Soth, Cindy, 146 
Setter, Sue, 254 
Souder, Susan, 254 
Sparrow, Beth, 254 
Spates, Ronald, 254 
Spector, Coleman, 254 
Spector, David, 254 
Spector, Ellen, 254 
Speicher, Deborah, 254 
Spellman, Lynne, 255 
Spence, Stephanie, 255 
Spiegel, James, 255 
Spiller, Arthur, 255 
Spong, Jr., Wayne, 255 
Stappler, Michael, 255 
Startt, Patrick, 255 
Statham, Kimberly, 255 
Stathis, John, 255 
Statler, John, 255 
Statter, Bradley, 255 
Stearman, Lisa, 255 
Steigler, Ellen, 255 
Stein, Bette, 255 
Stein, Elisabeth, 255 
Stein, Howard, 255 
Steinberg, Pete, 255 
Steininger, Scott, 225 



Stemmer, Lisa, 255 
Stephenson, Judith, 255 
Stevens, Debra, 256 
Stevens, Michael, 256 
Stevens, Patricia, 256 
Stitz, Faye, 256 
Stotler, Roderick, 256 
Stone, Karen, 256 
Strabin, Raymond, 256 
Strassar, Lorri, 256 
Streckbeck, Linda, 256 
Street, Delia, 256 
Strom, Marta, 256 
STUDENT GOVERNMENT 

ASSOCIATION, 66 
Suhayda, Martha, 256 
Sumner, Neal, 257 
Sush, Enid, 257 
Sussman, Amy, 257 
Swaine, III, John, 257 
Swarm, Robert, 257 
SWIMMING TEAM, 159 



Tabler, Bonnie, 257 
Tabler, Roberta, 257 
Tabler, Shirley, 257 
Taylor, Carol, 257 
Taylor, Lisa, 257 
Taylor, James, 257 
Taylor, Judith, 257 
Tedesco, Richard, 257 
TERRAPIN, 96 
Testa, Brenda, 257 
Tevlowitz, Steven, 257 
Thambinayagam, Peter, 257 
Thepsutha, Jutharat, 257 
Thomas, Dail, 257 
Thomas, Jr., James, 257 
Thomas, Kevin, 99 
Thomas, Patrick, 257 
Thomas, Uwanna, 258 
Thompson, James, 258 
Thompson, Joel, 258 
Thompson, Susan, 258 
Tillapaugh, Helen, 258 

Tilyou, Mark, 258 

Tison, Dale, 258 

Tober, Leonard, 258 

Tobert, Rena, 258 

Tokoli, James, 258 

Ton, Patricia, 258 

Tonelson, Steven, 258 

Tony, George, 258 

Tremblas, Jean, 258 

Trigonoplos, Michael, 258 

Tsui, Charles, 258 

Tucker, Sharon, 258 

Tunkel, Heidi, 258 

Turkel, Randi, 258 

Turin, Susan, 258 

Turner, Deborah, 93 

Tyree, Bonnie, 259 

Tyrie, Andrew, 259 



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Van Stratum, Bruce, 259 
Vantassel, Lisa, 259 
Vaughan, Margaret, 259 
Vaughan, Jr., William, 259 
Vaughn, Valanda, 259 
Vest, Pamela, 259 
Virgil, Donna, 259 
Vogel, Maria, 259 
VOLLEYBALL TEAM, 159 
Voneiff, Julia, 259 
Vucci, John, 259 



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Ulander, Mark, 259 
Ursini, Paul, 259 
Urtz, Kenneth, 259 



V 



Valentine, Karen, 259 



Wagner, Nancy, 259 

Wais, Gary, 259 

Wakefield, John, 268 

Walton, Ravi, 259 

Wallick, Simi, 259 

Walsh, Daniel, 260 

Walsh, Vincent, 260 

Walston, Ellen, 260 

Walton, Claire, 260 

Wang, Ye Yeng, 260 

Wantz, Annie, 260 

Ward, Karen, 260 

Ward, Tyler, 99 

Warrenfeltz, Vicki, 260 

Wartella, Don, 260 

Warsinger, Terese, 260 

Washington, Chandra, 260 

Washington, Susan, 260 

Wassel, Scott, 260 

Wasserman, Morris, 250 

Wasserman, Robert, 260 

Weaver, Shirley, 260 
Weber, Charles, 260 
Websteer, Austin, 261 
Weigle, Pauine, 261 
Weinberg, Alissa, 261 
Weinberg, Marjorie, 261 
Weinmann, Sandy, 261 
Weinstein, Cindy, 261 
Weinstein, Gary, 261 
Weisinger, Andrew, 261 
Weisman, Susan, 261 
Weiss, Mindy, 261 
Welch, Joe, 261 
Welch, Margie, 262 
Wells, David, 262 
Werner, Gary, 262 
Wheat, Phyllis, 262 
Wheeler, John, 262 
White, Helen, 66 
White, Marion, 262 
White, Slaton, 99 
Whitehead, Sherri, 262 
Whitney, Scott 262 
Whittaker, Jean, 262 
Wichin, Harriet, 262 
Wieder, Marcia, 262 
Wilhelm, Michael, 124, 262 
Wilkins, Steven, 262 
Williams, Dorothy, 262 
Williams, Jeffrey, 262 
Williams, Larry, 262 
Williams, LaVonne, 262 
Williams, S., 262 
Williams, Timothy, 262 
Willis, Karyn, 262 
Wilson, Elizabeth, 263 
Winchester, Nancy, 263 
Windle, Ellen, 263 
Winkler, Jeanner, 263 
Winkler, Wayne, 263 



Winston, Leslie, 263 
Winters, Pia Marie, 263 
Witham, Barbara, 263 
Witten, Sam, 67 
WMUC 102 
Wolcott, Angele, 263 
Wolfe, Dora, 263 
Wood, Jr., George, 263 
Wood, llene, 263 
Wood, Stacy, 263 
Woodburn, James, 263 
Woodburn, Kent, 263 
Wooden, Laury, 263 
Worstell, Pete, 111 
WRESTLING TEAM, 157 
Wright, Leslie, 263 
Wright, Rosalyn, 263 
Wright, Steven, 263 
Wun, Michael, 263 



Yabion, Teresa, 265 
Yopcronka, Pat, 265 
Yost, Joe, 67, 265 
Yu, Pattie, 265 
Yuhase, Debra, 265 



Zagami, Jr., Joseph, 265 
Zaslow, Hal, 265 
Zassenhaus, Rita, 265 
Zeas, Margaret, 265 
Zeller, Paul, 265 
Zerivitz, Judy, 265 
Ziegler, Carroll, 265 
Ziegler, Steve, 265 
Zlotorzynski, Kathryn, 265 
Zonarick, Tom, 265 
Zuckerman, Marcia, 265 



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Many yearbook staffs and editors have come and gone during the history of 
this University. Some have done well, and other just reasonably so. Yet all have 
tried to present to you, graduating seniors and undergraduates alike, a brief record 
of the years we have spent here. It's not an easy thing to do and the end product 
usually ends up on a dusty shelf in the closet. 

However, it remains our consolation that someday, when you're a little older 
and a little grayer, and a name or face stirs your memory, just maybe you'll pull 
that dusty book off the shelf and look again on earlier times. Only then will it be 
worth the effort. 

Thanks must go to the best staff an editor could possibly have; to Mr. Brian Floyd, 
wherever he is, for giving me my start; and lastly to my family for supporting me 
through all this. 

Janice Knestout 



STAFF 




Editor-in-chief 


Janice Knestout 


Copy Editor 


.Debra Bubb 


Photo Editor 


Teri Daubner 


Layout Editor 


Susan Reinsel 


Business Manager .... 


Ronnie Shiff 


Plus many writers and 




photographers. 





The 1978 Terrapin is an inde- 
pendent student publication and 
an affiliate of Maryland Media 
Incorporated, New Main Dining 
Hall, College Park, Maryland 
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PHOTOGRAPHY CREDITS 

Peter Cullen: 96C, 147, 146, 115, 116AB, 117AB, 
278ABD, 279AB, 100, 151, 137C, 139A, 141A, 191 

Penn Chu: 6 bottom right 

Teri Daubner: 110, 111, 144, 145, 112, 113, 36, 37, 290BC, 
96B, 97AD, 84A, 43, 98, 181A, 104BC, 105A, 161A, 
99A, 42, 61A, 86, 87B, 38, 62, 63, 40, 109A, 102, 103, 
167, 166, 93, 126ACD, 117C, 120, 121, 5, 101, 52, 53, 
9AC, 130 131B, 133C, 178, 179, 48, 49, 190, 184, 189, 
118 middle left and bottom, 119 top and bottom 
left, 6 top left and middle right, 7 top left and middle 
right 

Pete Dykstra: 20, 21, 26, 27, 286, 287, 134C, 135C, 94, 
95, 290A, 291, 41, 268, 269, 193A, 104AD, 125, 124, 
105BC, 44, 45, 13A, 85, 87A, 128, 129, 106, 107, 148, 
149, 114, 122, 123, 126B, 127, 116CD, 64, 65, 152, 153, 
278C, 279C, 54, 55, 1, 297, 9BD, 8, 136A, 137AB, 138, 
139BC, 140, 141BC, 131ACD, 134, 135, 132, 133AB, 
172, 173, 299, 76, 71, 74, 75, 70, 71, 118 top and 
middle right, 119 middle and bottom left, IOC, 14, 6 
top right and middle left, 7 top right, middle left and 
bottom, 194, 198, 202, 205, 222, 224, 234, 245, 256, 
261, 263. 

Julia Gaines: 270, 271, 32, 33, 18, 19, 31A, 2, 3, 185 

Merry Klinefelter: 68, 69, 284, 285, 280, 281, 282, 283, 
91, 92, 66, 67, 80, 81, 89, 56, 57, 58, 59, 176, 177, 16, 
17, 150, 78, 79, 276, 277, 302, 210, 213, 216, 217, 238, 

265 

Janice Knestout; 84B 

Karen McDonough: 293A, 292C 

Bob Najawicz: 300 

Mike Oakes: 134A, 50, 51 

Chris Ray: 82, 83, 10AB, 11 

Randall Roberts: 35BC, 272, 273, 22, 23, 28, 29, 135AB, 
24, 25, 38, 39, 96A, 97B, 46, 47, 89A, 293BC, 292AB, 
15, 288, 289, 136B, 72, 73, 186, 187, 188, 6 bottom 
right, cover photo, 251, 260, 264. 

Greg Smith: 274, 275, 97C, 171, 295, 267A, 294, 170, 
169, 168, 174, 175, 162, 163, 164, 165, 302, 195, 
196, 206, 228, 221, 229, 233, 241, 251, 252. 

Dan Stimax, 134B 

Special thanks to Sports Information and Photographic 

Services for providing the pictures on pages 154-159. 





COPY CREDITS 

Debra L. Bubb: 81, 82, 146, 184, 189 

Ellen Dahut: 185 

Rob Doherty: 190, 191 

Susan Fornoff: 124, 129 

Anne Hoppenstein: 67, 69 

Bob Hsiao: 110, 144 

Janice Knestout: 63, 70, 268 

Dave Lazarus: 111, 135, 145 

Robyn Quinter: 183 

Susan J. Reinsel: 186, 187 

Kathy Riggs: 94 

Carol Strohecker: 188 

Artwork — Sandy Hoover: 184, 185 



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