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/ was raised in a ''No You Don't World/' 

Overrun witti rules 

Memorize your lines and move as directed. 





That's an age old story. 



But you and I are changing that tune 
We're learning new rhythms. 




They believe that strange 
was a word for wrong, 




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Cause you and I are changing that tune. 



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Individuality and 
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IN DORMS . . . 





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ON CAMPUS . . . 




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ONCE UPON A MATTRESS 




Right: Princess Winnifred sings to the town 
and one of the men (Michael Kyle] explaining 
of how she is so shy. 




Left: Sir Harold (Mike Giacchino] and Lady Larkin 
(Cindy Baker) sing of their love for each other in the 
song, "In a Little While." 

Bottom: The jester (G. G. Bolcik, Jr.). Prince Dauntless 
(Steven Blanchard], and the minstrel (Merle 
Cunningham] sing of their success in helping Princess 
Winnifred pass Queen Aggravain's test. 




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CLASH 




THE ORIGINAL PETTISH 




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THE SHADOW BOX 




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Steve llonalhon Lipscomb| was a teenager who was told by his mother 
(Karen Russo)that his father (David Shroder) was dying. He was able to cope 
with it. better than his mother had expected. 



Agnes (Susan Warner) was a ver>' quiet girl, who loved her mother and tried 
to make her happy by writing the fake letters to her mother and reading them 
to her. 



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Top: Berl Williams is intently listening 
to a job offer from the stage. Through 
this job he is hoping to finally escape 
the black face act and become a 
regular actor. 

Bottom; Here, Williams is mourning 
over the death of his dancing partner. 




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BERT WILLIAMS 




Top: Williams, is a lion tamer 
inside of a cage with a lion, who 
is scared stiff. But the lion turns 
out to be a man dressed in a lion's 
suit. 

Bottom: After years of attempting 
to escape his black face, but he 
still must wear the face he has. 



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FREEWATER 




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HSU- HOW TO MAKE A MILLION 
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STUDENTS MARCHED ACROSS 

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NO, IT'S SKYLAB 



Sixty-three seconds into the initial launch of 
Skylab, the meteroid shield broke which caused 
loss of solar array. So when the first crew arrived 
they erected a parasol reflector that was deployed 
through an airlock to bring the temperature (then 
over 120 F) to a bearable level. 

In 1977, plans were initiated to rendevous with 
Skylab on an early flight of the Space Shuttle, 
containing the Teleoperator Retrieval System 
(TRS), an external rocket device able to either 
reboost the lab to extend its lifetime or dcorbit in 
a remote ocean area. After active control of Skylab 
was re-established in Mid - 1978. and after 
reorientation into a low-drag attitude (to minimize 
the rate of deca\) attempted, the rate of orbital 
decay increased due to Solar activity, and TRS 
development was scrapped. 

When impact occurred (July 11, 1979) NASA 
estimated that there was one chance in 152 that 
there would be any injury on Earth. NASA foresaw 
that 500 pieces of debris are capable of causing 
injury'. Over half of these weight under 10 pounds, 
near 40 weight over 250 pounds, ten are over 1,000 
pounds, and two are over 3900 pounds. But since 
most of the flight trojecton,' was over water, there 



were no injuries or damages as expected. At least 
18 fragments were definitely found in Australia 
and identified as Skylab. 

The Skylab program was conceived in 1966 by 
NASA, using surplus Apollo hardware and it 
extended the practical flight duration from two 
weeks to several months and achieved numerous 
advances in space science and technology'. 

The experimental program included over 50 
scientific, technological, and medical experiments. 
The three crews spent 740 hours observing the Sun 
with telescopes and brought home more than 
17,500 solar photographs. Biomedical findings 
indicated that people could adapt and function in 
space for long periods of time. 

There were biological effects that could not be 
explained. For instance the crew grew 1-2 inches 
taller, lost muscle mass and lost weight. In the 
weightless environment, their body's calves and 
thighs reduced in size as fluids moved up from the 
legs. (Several days after splashdown they were all 
back to normal). Also there was a noticable 
decrease in the ability of astronauts to taste, a 
phenomenon scientists cannot yet explain. 




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Frog Meets Turtle 



JIM HENSON AND MUPPETS CHEER 



The 1979 Homecoming was once 
again a huge success. This year it was 
under the direction of Rob Maggin and 
Gwen ButtHng. 

The festivities began with selecting 
Kim Brown as the Black Homecoming 
Pageant Queen, on Sunday. 

The next event was the Arts and 
Crafts Fair, directed by Randi Penn, on 
Tuesday. The festivities continued with a 
disco night, supervised by Barbara 
Hamilton and Kim Mortenson at the 
Mezzanine from 9pm to lam. At the disco 
there was a complimentary dance lesson 
followed by a dance contest with prizes 
and trophies awarded. 

The Window Decorating Contest was 
held on Wednesday, with Delta Gamma 
and Phi Sigma Kappa winning first place, 
Pi Beta Phi and Delta Epsilon placing 
second, and Alpha Phi and Theta Chi in 
third place. 

The Annual Terrapin Derby contest 
came next and was won by Kappa Kappa 
Gamma and Alpha Gamma Rho. 

On Thursday was the Las Vegas Night 
held at the Student Union, supervised by 
Paul Stecher. At this casino there was 
something for everyone; from Backgam- 
mon to Black lack. 

Then on Friday the Homecoming 
Parade was held with Grand Marshall ]\m 
Henson and his wife leading the parade 
and who would later help judge the floats. 
The float that won for overall was 
constructed by Alpha Xi Delta and Zeta 
Psi. The regency award was presented to 
Somerset and Calvert. 

There was also a special contest this 
year, the Miss Piggy look-alike, which was 
won by Kappa Kappa Gamma. 




ON TERPS AT HOMECOMING 





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BLIZZARD BEFALLS COLLEGE 





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Dr. Francis C. Stark 
Provost of Agricultural and Life Sciences 



After a healthy 50% boost of enroll- 
ment from the Fall of 1974 to the Fall of 
1977, the Agriculture and Life Sciences 
Division has now settled into a slow 
decline in majors, but not in ambition, or 
plans for the future. 

Although enrollment has declined 
over the past two years. Dr. Stark says, 
"This division remains popular because 
we provide programs that deal with some 
of the major issues of the day; feeding the 
world, improving the environment, and 
increasing the effectiveness of health 
sciences." 

The division, which includes the 
College of Agriculture (under a seperate 
dean), and various majors such as 
Pre-Medicine, Pre-Denistry, and Pre- 
Forestry has expanded in both scopes and 
efficiency during Dr. Stark's tenure as 
provost. 

One of Dr. Stark's chief contributions 
was the creation of a General Biological 
Sciences major, which now boasts as 
having the largest number of students in 
the division, with 500 registered majors. In 
addition, other major and minor changes 
have benefited the division. 

The general studies of students in the 
division contain a basic Chemistry course, 
a Biology course, and Math 110. In 
addition, a person majoring in the division 
will most likely take several Chemistry and 
Biology courses. But the twenty-five basic 
majors within the division are for the most 
part seperate entities, each having a 
distinct field of concentration. 

"There are a few soft spots, but we 
provide for all pre-meds, pre-vets, and 
pre-denistry students that go on to medical 
school. And 20 to 25% of our students go 
on to graduate studies," says Dr. Stark. The 
division is under constant review, seeking 
to improve in the responsiveness to the 
needs of the students. 



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THE DIVISION OF ARTS 
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There has been a growing demand 
for people trained in languages and 
writing skills in the non-academic world, 
saitl Dr. Kenny, Provost for the Arts and 
Humanities Division. 

This division is divided into a 
humanities department consisting of 
history, English, and the languages units, 
to name a few. The art department 
includes such studies as, theater, art, 
dance, and music. There are also the 
Colleges of Journalism and Architecture 
found in this division. The American 
and Women's Studies are combined 
with the Division of Behavioral and 
Social Sciences. 

In this division there is quite an 
emphasis placed on internships since 
most of the units are more of applying 
what one learns in the classes to 
practical experience. 



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Provost of Arts & Humanities 




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THE DIVISION OF BEHAVIORAL 
AND SOCIAL SCIENCES 




Dr. Murray Polakoff 
Provost of Behavioral and Social Sciences 



In the Behavioral and Social Sciences 
Division, the curriculum is geared towards 
the practical application of the units and 
upgrading the teaching, to meet the needs 
and demands of students and to basically 
increase the academic qualities, said Dr. 
Polakoff, Provost for this division. 

The division is divided into the 
behavioral sciences, such as, economics, 
psychology, sociology, and anthropology, 
to name a few. The other department 
involves social sciences, such as, hearing 
and speech sciences, criminal justice and 
criminology, to name a few. There is also 
the College of Business and Management 
found under this division. 

Since Dr. Polakoff has been provost 
many changes are occuring within this 
division to produce a more appropriate 
program that will give the students a more 
applied and disciplined method for their 
major. He has stressed the importance of 
enhancing the opportunities of students 
who are graduating. After all, the faculty is 
there to serve the clientele (students) in 
their demands. In this respect students 
demand a systematic way of learning their 
field and being prepared for their career 
when they graduate. 



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THE DIVISION OF HUMAN 
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Students are prepared for jobs 
directly related to their major after 
completing their undergraduate studies, 
said Dr. Funaro, Provost for the Division of 
Human and Community Resources. 

The division is broken down into 
many units and subunits. There are several 
colleges that fall under this division, they 
are: Education, Human Ecology, Library 
and Information Services, Physical 
Education, Recreation and Health. Then 
there are departments such as; Family and 
Community Development, Food Nutrition 
and Instutition, Housing and Applied 
Design, and Measurement and Statistics. 
Under these different studies are classes 
such as; nutrition, interior design, 
consumer economics, industrial tech- 
nology, and home economics. 

In view of the breakdown of the 
division students are more specialized in a 
field and jobs are easier to come by, 
especially in the fields of Education and 
Recreation and Human Resources. 



Dr. George |. Funaro 
Provost of Human and Community Resources 



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THE DIVISION OF 

MATHEMATICS 

AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES 

AND ENGINEERING 




"There is an increase in the Math- 
ematical and Physical Sciences and 
Engineering Division due to the ongoing 
demand in technological fields in the 
United States and the world," said Provost 
Frank ]. Kerr. There has especially been 
an enrollment increase in the Engineering 
and Computer Science courses. 

This division is divided into the 
College of Engineering. This college is 
subdivided into Aerospace, Chemical, and 
Nuclear, Civil, Electrical, Fire Protection, 
Mechanical, and Engineering Technology. 
The other courses under this division 
are: Computer Science, Mathematics, 
Physics and Astronomy, Physics, and 
Physical Sciences. 

Dr. Kerr added, that "environmen- 
talists have been persuading the public to 
pursue these fields for they will lead the 
way to a more technological future." 



Dr. Frank ]. Kerr 
Provost of Mathematics and Physical Sciences and Engineering 



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THE DIVISION OF INDIVIDUAL 
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Dr, William Grohman 
Provost of Individual and General Studies 



The Individual Studies Program, 
known as "design your own major," and 
the General Studies Program, offers an 
"option for students," said Dr. Grohman, 
Provost for these programs. 

Individual Studies Program is for 
students whose goals cannot be achieved 
through the existing University cur- 
riculum. Students are allowed to design 
their own major with the approval of the 
Individual Studies Review Committee 
(three faculty members). Students must 
have a proposal of what their prospec- 
tive major is and how it relates to what 
they want to do after graduation. 

The General Studies is not as 
regimented as the Individual Studies 
Program, so its flexibility provides an 
alternative educational structure outside 
of a specific department. Students may 
create their own curriculum by combin- 
ing related courses from several 
departments, by exploring two or three 
distinctly seperate interests, or by 
choosing a variety of courses from 
throughout the University. The program 
developed by students must meet 
specific educational and employment 
goals. 

Therefore, these programs are not 
considered "undecided" since their 
proposed curriculum will eventually 
prepare them for a career. 



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Liza A. Abood 
Bethesda, Md. 
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Garrett Park, Md. 
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Vicki R. Abrams 
Cheltehham, Pa. 
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Silver Spring, Md. 
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Frederick, Md. 
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Greenbelt, Md. 
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Friendship, Md. 
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Baltimore, Md. 
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Chevy Chase, Md. 
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Phoenix, Md. 
Agriculture 



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Gail T. Alexander 
Silver Spring. Md. 
Personnel & Labor 




Lisa Ann Alexander 

Gailhersburg, Md. 

Gvpt. & Politics 

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Speech & Hearing 




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Cumberland, NJd. 
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Catherine Altercscu 

Silver Spring. Md. 

Art Studio 



Brian E. Alvarez 

District Heights. Md. 

Electrical Engr. 



David M. Anderson 

Temple Hills. Md. 

Recreation 



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Annapolis. Md 

French Lang. & Lit. 






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Bethesda, Md. 
Family Studies 

Phyllis [. Ait 
Personnel & Labor 



Barry N. Alterwitz 

Stamford, Conn. 

Individual Studies 

Kirbv R. Althouse 

Gary, N.C. 

Physical Education 



Mourad E. Amer 

Beltsville. Md. 

Engineering 

Paul F. Andercyk 

Pasadena, Md. 

Experimental Foods 



Janet M. Anderson 
]ournalism 

Marilyn E. Anderson 

Bethesda, Md. 

Finance 



Patricia R. Annitto 

Long Branch, N,] 

Sociologv 

|ohn A. Anong 

Washington. DC. 

Agricultural and Resource 

Econ. 




171 




Joe Ansaldi 
Olney, Md. 
Gvpt. & Politicis 

David B. Applebaum 
Trenton, N.]. 
Gvpt. & Politics 



Karen S. Arkin 
Lynbrook, N.Y. 
Journalism 

Mohammad H. Asi 
Adelphi, Md. 
Govt, and Politics 



IT 



Angela R. Arkin 
Bethesda, Md. 
Govt, and Politics 




Sue E. Askinasi 
Oceanside, N.Y. 
General Studies 



Carter chosen over Ford 




Janet L. Athey 
Adelphi, Md. 
Psychology 

Patti Jill Austin 
Wilmington, Del. 
Marketing 



William W. Babcock 
Bethesda, Md. 
Accounting 

Peter G. Bahor 

New Hyde Park, N.Y. 

Urban Studies 




Renee Ayer 
Frederick, Md. 
ournalism 



Jean L. Bailey 
Tall Timbers, Md. 
Chemical Engineering 



172 




Kenneth [. Baker 
Richmond. \'.i 



Ann |uiin Baltlasano 

Stowc, Pa. 

Speech & Hearing 




AHctte Virginia Baker 
Hillendale. Md. 

Sally T. Baker 

Potomac. Md. 

Govt, and Pohtics 



Deborah I'. Ball 

Adclphi, Md. 

Secretarial Educa, 

Heather A. Ballard 

Bethesda, Md. 

Physical Educa. 



for Presidency 1976 



Man' E. Ballinufi 
Adelphi, Md 
Microbiol()jJ\ 




Richard B. Barker 

Hyattsville, Md. 

Accounting 




Steven L. Barrios 

ChevT Chase. Md. 

Psychology 




Joanne S. Bassan 

Baltimore. Mil 

Dietetics 




1 



Vera P. Baney 

Baltimore, Md. 

Art Studio 

Elinor C. Bardach 
West Orange. N.|. 
Textiles & Apparel 



Robert H. Barnard 

Silver Spring. Md. 

Interior Design 

David W. Barringer 

Lanham, Md. 

journalism 



Lori ). Earth 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Psychology 

Isadore Baseman 

Elkins Park, Pa. 

Finance 



Clifford Wayne Bassett 

Greenbelt, Md. 

Psychology' 

Susan |. Bastian 
College Park. Md. 
Advertising Design 





173 




Margaret A. Beard 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Computer Science 



Brenda L. Beitzell 
Abell. Md. 
Psychology 



Jane C. Belasco 
College Park. Md. 
Speech & HeariiiL' 



Maureen W. Bcil 
Ft. Moade. Mil 
Animal Sciontu; 



Evelyn R. Bolsk\ 
Baltimore, Mtl. 




Betsy A. Belcher 
Silver Spring, Md 
Radio. TV, & Film 

Earl Boll 

Seabrook, Md. 

Architecture 



Renee Bcllamv 

Philadelphia. Pa. 

Psychology' 

Barbara E. Beller 
Bethesda, Md. 



Neil A. Bclson 

Silver Spring, Md 

Agronomy 

lames H. Belt jr. 

Reisterstown. Md. 

Agronomy 




the right to die 1976 





Carol E. Belz 
Clear Spring. Md. 
Horticulture 

lanine L. Bender 
Searingtown, N.Y. 
Economics 



Linda M. Bengston 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Microbiology' 

Lynee Bennett 
Washington, D.C. 
Special Education 



William C. Bennett 
Oxon Hill, Md. 
Gvpt. & Politics 

Arlene A. Benson 
College Park, Md. 



Wendy Berger 
Family Studies 

Carol Sarah Bergmann 
Greenbelt, Md. 
Zoology 




Mirl R. Bendt 
Lahnam, Md. 
Indus. Technology 



Melinda Bennett 
Bethesda, Md. 
Fashion Merchandising 



Donna Bergen 
Speech & Hearing 



John C. Bergstrom 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Conser. & Resource Dvlp. 



America Celebrates 



176 




Ben A. Berk 
Valley Stream, NY. 

Accoiinliny 




Harr>' A. Herman 

Silver Spring. Md. 

Aerospace Engineering 



Charlinc Bern,' 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Personnel & Labor 




Christine Bierce 

Greenbelt, Md. 

Dietetics 




Debbie A. Bcrdcridge 

Kingsville, Md. 

journal ism 

Dean R. Herman 

Randallslown, Md. 

Sociology- 



Chaver Bi^rnstoin 

Bowie, Md. 

Animal Science 

[eff Bernstein 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Biology 



Stephen F. Berry 

Baltimore, Md. 

Biology 

Kenneth H. Bershtcin 

Randallstown, Md. 

Marketing 



Sharon Biladeau 

Potomac, Md. 

Family Studies 

Mona Binder 

Seabrook, Md. 

Law Enforcement 




Bicentennial B-day 1976 



Marc B. Binstock 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Electrical Engr. 



Bernetta D. Bizzell 
Aberdeen, Md. 
Gvpt. & Politics 




Chris I. Bitters 

Baldwin, Md. 

Civil Engineering 

David E. Bittner 

Lavale, Md. 

Communit\' Studies 



Steve L. Black 

Baltimore, Md. 

Personnel & Labor 

Alison L. Blackman 

Guyana So. America 

English 




177 




drea ). Blank 

iladelphia, Pa. 

Special Education 

Richard E. Blankenship 
Greenbelt, Md. 
Accounting 



Robert M. Blum 
Baltimore, Md. 
Microbiology' 

]ini A. Blumenshine 
Laurel, Md. 
Recreation 



Richard M. Boker 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Accounting 

Amy Bolton 
Rockville, Md. 
Textiles & Apparel 



John P. Bordonaro 
Beltsville, Md. 
Microbiology 

Patricia A. Boretos 
Hyattsville, Md. 
Info. Systems Mgt. 



Sherry D. Bormel 
Baltimore, Md. 
ournalism 

Laura K. Bos 
Short Hills. N.J. 
Business & Mgt. 




James Boria 
Gaithersburg, Md. 
Agricultural Resource 



C. Bourgeois 
Mount Rainier, Md. 
Gvpt. & Politics 




Howard Hughes' Death 



Elizabeth A. Boutiette 
Potomac, Md. 
Accounting 

David N. Bowen 
Hyattsville, Md. 
Accounting 




Gilbert O. Bowling 
LaPlata, Md. 
Agronomy 




Joann H. Boyce 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Speech Commiin. 



J 



Robin A. Bradshaw 
Walkersviile, Md. 
English Education 




Cynthia E. Boyd 
Seaside Heights, N.). 

WiUiam ). Boyle 

King of Prussia, Pa. 

Marketing 



Robin M. Brahm 

Pittsburg. Pa. 

Personnel & Labor 

Leslie C. Brandt 

Lanham, Md. 

Agronomy 




Produces Many Wills 1976 



Rebecca B. Brasseaux 
Ellicott City. Md. 



ournahsm 




Ted R. Breiter 

Mamaroneck. N.Y. 

Finance 

Mary Anne Brennan 
Greenbelt, Md. 
Govt, and Politi 





Lynne Bresler 
College Park, Md. 
Biol. Science 

Cindy M. Bresloff 
Fair Lawn, N.J. 
Apparel Design 



Susan ). Bridegum 
Hyattsville, Md. 
Business 

Alicia E. Brinton 
Riverdale, Md. 
Accounting 



James E. Brocker 
Berwyn Heights, Md. 
Journalism 

Debra A. Brockington 
Dover, Del. 



Linda M. Browdy 
Gvpt. & Polticis 

Cheryl J. Brown 
Island Park, N.Y. 
Business & Mgt. 



Jeff S. Brown 
Rockville, Md. 
Criminology 

Kathy A. Brown 
Hyattsville, Md. 
English Educa. 



Nancy Leigh Brown 
Woodmere, N.Y. 
Radio, TV, & Film 

Rebecca L. Brown 
Bowie, Md. 
Radio. TV, & Film 



rr» -5. 






Michael W. Bridges 
Chevy Chase, Md. 
Law Enforcement 




Laurie L. Broadbent 
Endlcott, N.Y. 
English 



Terri L. Brooks 
Warminster, Pa. 
Psychology 



Deborah Sue Brown 
Camp Springs, Md. 
Recreation 



Ken L. Brown 
Salisbury, Md. 
Accounting & Info, 




Susan C. Brown 
Lutherville, Md. 
Special Education 



Mandel Fraud 



180 



Ann S. Brugf^m.in 

Baltimoro. Md. 

Textiles & Apfiarols 



Lorraine Briinner 

New Milforii. N.|. 

Nutrition 



Debra F. Buchanan 

Columbia, Md. 

English 



Donna P. Buisch 

Takoma Park, Md. 

Interior Design 



Brian Burgess 

Suitland. Md 

Radio, TV, & Film 




Michael H. Burgoyne 

Odenton, Md. 

Mechanical Engr. 



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William Brunc 

Brandy wine, Md. 

Economics 

Randall |. Brunk 

(]lt!ndale. Md. 

ComiHiter Science 



Janice L. Bruwelheidc 
Silver Spring. Md. 

George R. Brvant 
College Park, Md. 
Physical Education 



Patricia )oan Buell 

Bethesda, Mil 

Special Education 

Khanh H. Bui 

Rockvillc, Md 

BiochemistrN' 



Carol A. Bullock 

College Park, Md. 

Music Education 

Teresa M. Burall 

Monrovia, Md. 

American Studies 



Joyce C. Burgess 

Potomac. Md 

Chemical Engr. 

Paul R. Burgett 

Bowie, Md. 

Agriculture & Resource 



jovce M. Burke 

Chev\' Chase, Md 

Theatre 

Shelley A. Burns 

Bethesda, Md. 

Biol. Science - Micro 




Trial Begins 9-8-76 



181 




Albert L. Burrell 
Ordinary, Va. 
Computer Science 

Donna Busch 




Mynga Butcher 
Laurel, Md. 
Business & Mgt. 



U.S. Judge Releases 




Michael Butler 
Lanham, Md. 
Civil Engineering 

Owen Anne Buttling 
Ellicott City, Md. 
English 



Geraldine A. Byrne 
Yorktown, N.Y. 
Accounting 

Faith A. Cable 
Laytonsville, Md. 
Law Enforcement 



Charles Cadigan 

Elizabeth A. Caillouet 
Clinton, Md. 
Computer Science 



Andrew Calvin 
Mt. Rainier, Md. 
Elem, Education 

Linda L. Campbell 
Bowie, Md. 
Elem. Education 



Elisa D. Campos 
Hyattsville, Md. 
Botany 

|ulie Marie Cannon 
Lanham, Md. 




Ellen Byrne 
Greenbelt, Md. 
Mgt. & Consumer 




Paula M. Cadigan 
Silver Spring, Md. 
General Studies 




Gail Calpper 
Bethesda, Md. 




Ronald F. Campbell 
College Park, Md. 
Accounting 




Francine Canter 
Cheltenham, Pa. 
Radio, TV, & Film 



182 



Paula V. Caputii 

Grasonvillo, Md 

Special Education 




Ryall O. Garden 

Rivcrdaie, Md 

Computer Science 

Glenn M. Carey 

Syosset. N.Y 

Individual Studies 




Watergate Trial Tapes 10-27-76 



Edith A. Cam 
Silver Spring, Md 
Advertising Design 



Kathleen E. Cascii 

Oiney. Md 

Secondar>' Educatim 



George G. Causey 

Arlington, Va. 

Radio, TV, & Film 



)oanna M. Chiaritn 

Randallstovvn. Md 

Electrical Engr. 



P. Kay Chettenden 

Crovvnsville. Md. 

Interior Design 








Deborah E. Carroll 

Oxon Hill, Md 

Kinesiological Sciencr 

|on B. Casamento 
Linthicum, Md. 
Electrical Engr. 



Gary W. Case 

College Park, Md 

Marketing & Finance 

Rosemarie Castillo 

Wheaton, Md. 

Criminolog\' 



Richard Gelentano 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Microbiology 

Adele C. Cerrelli 

Bowie, Md. 

BiologN' 



Raymond A. Chicca 

Chillum. Md. 

Civil Engineering 

Carl Alan Chin 
Baltimore, Md. 
Electrical Engr. 



|ohnny Ghrscoe 
Pembroke, N.C. 

Peter G. Christofferson 

Hamburg. N.Y. 

Business 




183 




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Gretchen C. Chumley 
Largo, Md. 

James P. Clark 
Darien, Conn. 
Geography 



S. Clark 

Claudian D. Clokey 
Beltsville, Md. 
P'" " Elem. Education 




John C. Clark 
Catonsville, Md. 
Kinesiological 



Bert W. Cohen 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 
American History 



Library Tightens 




Gary J. Cohen 
Chevy Chase, Md. 
Business Mgr. 

Cathv M. Cohen 
Ft. Lee, N.J. 
Speech & Hearing 



Lori S. Cohen 
Seaford, N.Y. 
Dietetics 

Mara Cohen 
Greenbelt, Md. 
Radio, TV, & Film 




Lawrence J. Cohen 
Tappan, N.Y. 



Marilyn Cohen 
Dance 



184 




Shari L. Cohon 

Tappan, N V 

Physical Eciiication 



Frod |. Colin 

Randallstown, Mel. 

Electrical Engr. 




\ I i 



Shari B. Cohen 
Bowie. Mil 

Douglas Cohn 

Plainview, N.Y 

Marketing & Labor 



Linda |. Colh.Tt 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Interior D(;sign 

Christopher ]. Collnirn 

Rockville, Md. 

Business & Mgt. 




Bathroom Security 11-9-76 



Laura f. Colcoid 

Bowie, Mil 

Chemical Engr. 




Denise Y. Coleman 

Hyattsville, Md. 

Recreation 



Michele A. Coleman 

Columbia, Md. 

Biological Sciences 



Maria ]. Collier 

Bethesda, Md. 

Dietetics 




Francine Cole 
Radio, TV, & Film 

Leo H. Cole |r. 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Criminology' 



Eric Coleman 

Oxon Hill. Md. 

MicrobiologN' 

Linda E. Coleman 

Huntington Beach, Ca. 

English 



Nancy C. Coleman 
Tovvson, Md. 
Psychology- 
James F. Colgrovo 
Leola. Pa. 
Physical Education 



Bette Ellen Colling.s 

Westmont, N.j 

Criminolog\ 

Maureen T. Collins 

Kensington. Md. 

Criminolog\' 




185 










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M II I 

U II I 

M II I 



'•«1 • 111.'"! 





Unbeaten Terps Bound 



D. Scott Conchar 
Short Hills, N.J. 
Govt. & Politics 

Lawan A. Conley 

Oxon Hill. Md. 

Biol. Science - Botany 



Joseph A. Consort! 
District Heights. Md. 
Computer Science 

Kathleen A. Cook 
Silver Spring. Md. 
Conservation Resource 



David B. Corkum 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Accounting 

Richard }. Cormier 
Lynn, Mass. 
Law Enforcement 




David F. Connor 
Brookside, N.J. 
Accounting 



Michael W. Corbin 
Suitland, Md. 
Animal Science 




Brigid A. Corrigan 
Greenbelt, Md. 
Art Studio 



186 



|ohn A. Corso 

Brookville, Md. 

Finance 



Beth L. Coslit 

Springfield, N.j^ 

Consumer Economics 



Cvnthia Lvnn Cox 

■ Oxon Hill. M.I 

Computer Science 




Henr\' Cortcsini |r 

Rockville. Mil 

Geologx 

Concetta Cortina 

Oakland. N,|. 

Art Histor\' 



Reginald D. Counts 

Lanham. Md. 

Computer Science 

Kathleen M. Cover 

Rockville, Md. 

Business 



Mary |ean Cox 

Kinneion, N.|. 

Psychology' 

Russell T. Cox 

Laurel, Md. 

Radio, TV, & Film 




For Cotton Bowl 11-22-76 





ii^ .'. (I 




Denise L. Coyle 
Columbia, Md. 
Business & Mgt. 

Robert E. Coyle 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Civil Engineering 



Anna M. Crockett 
Washington, D.C. 
Business Mgt. 

Brian E. Cropper 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Law Enforcement 



John Crow 

Catharine Lynn Crum 
Frederick, Md. 
Horticulture 



Jay P. Cyr 

Rockville, Md. 

Biol. Science - Botany 

Martha S. Daciek 
Linthicum Heights, Md. 
Dietetics 




John S. Crounse 
Riverdaie, Md. 
History 




Joanie M. Curtin 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Criminology 



Susan L. Dahlberg 
Lake Park, Fla. 
Music 



Gilmore Gets 




Patrick R. Dahlhorg 

Scotia, N.Y. 

Music 



Frances C. Davis 

Ft. Meade, Md. 

English 



Ieanette S. Davis 
levy Chase, Md. 
Zooiog\- 



Richard M. Day 

Bel Air, Md. 

Aerospace Engr. 




Francine M. D'Antiiond 

Colesville, Md 

Advertising Design 

Philip B. Davidson 

Brookcville. Md. 

Horticulture 



George Andrew Davis 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Civil Engineering 

lames G. Davis 

Olney, Md. 

Business & Mgt. 



Kenneth L. Davis 
Taneytown, Md. 
Animal Science 

Pamela ]. Davis 

Potomac, Md. 

Accounting 



Carl W. Deanell 

Clinton, Md. 

Accounting 

Stephen J. Deaugustino 

West Mifflin, Pa. 

Physical Education 



Death Wish 1-18-77 



Thomas M. Derinski 
Falston, Md. 



Joyce E. Delung 
Laurel, Md. 




Jeanne M. Decker 

Beltsville. Md. 

Dietetics 

Theresa M. Deily 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Govt. & Politics 



Sophia Demohyshyn 
Psycholog\' 

Linda Dent 
General Studies 




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189 




Michael S. Dew 
Gaithersburg, Md. 
Psycholog>' 

Michelle Y. Dewes 
Jupiter, Fla. 
Accounting 



Karen ). Diamond 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Business & Mgt. 

Deborah A. Di Gregorio 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Ps\'cholog>' 



David Marcus Dimon 
Shelton, Conn. 
Architecture 

Fred Dimpfel 
Baltimore, Md, 
Mechanical Engr. 




. Dissinger 
Baltimore, Md. 
Journalism 

Deborah L. Dittrich 
Crumpton, Md. 
Outdoor Recreation 



Robert Taroung Do 
Potomac, Md. 
Zoolog\' 

Trieu B. Do 
Potomac, Md. 
Biochemistrv 



Christine S. Dillon 
Bethesda, Md. 
General Studies 



Thomas R. Di Persio 
Aberdeen, Md. 
Computer Science 




Diane R. Dixon 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Art Education 



Frederick H. Doepkens 
Gambrills, Md. 
Agr. & Extension 
Educa. 






nita Bryant Voices 



Andrew B. Donchin 
Fairlavvn, N.J. 
Marketing 

Philip Dondes 
Computer Science 



Steven E. Doolittle 
Alexandria, Va. 
Geography 





Lisa W. Dopkin 

Baltimore, Md. 

Therapeutic Recre. 



■ 



Ana Cecilia Ehiarte 
Bowie. Md. 
Accounting 




John E. Doylo 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Law Enforcement 

Kathy B. Dn, 
Washington, D.C. 



Joanne B. Dubb 

Long Island, N.Y. 

Psychology 

Fran P. Dubin 

Baltimore, Md. 

Accounting 





Out Against Gays 1977 



Nancy Dubois 
Advertising Design 




Nancy S. Duncan 

Richmond, Va. 

Mathematics Educa. 

Victoria C. Duncan 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Journalism 





Kathleen Mary Dunlap 
Severna Park, Md. 
Fashion Merchandising 

Brian ]. Dyson 
Brookeville, Md. 
Mechanical Engr. 



Shirley H. Eason 
Lanham, Md. 
Psychology 

Janet K. Easson 
Linthicum, Md. 
Interior Design 



Barbara C. Eddey 
Rockville, Md. 
Art Therapy 

Marjorie V. Edmonds 
Baltimore, Md. 
Accounting 



Franklin H. Edwards 
Richmond, Va. 
Urban Studies 

Mary Ann Edwards 
Bowie. Md. 
Journalism 



Beverly S. Eichel 
Plainview, N.Y. 
Accounting 

Mark D. Eidelman 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Accounting 



Steven R. Eisenberg 
Greenbelt, Md. 
Finance 

Lawrence R. Eisenhart 

Towson, Md. 

Wildlife & Resource Mgt.i/| 



Sharon C. Eagan 
Washington, D.C. 
Radio, TV, & Film 



Susan M. Eckhart 
Frostburg, Md. 
Interior Design 




Walter Paul Edwards 
Lanham, Md. 
Animal Science 




Eisen 
Potomac, Md. 
Info. Systems Mgt. 




hilip Eisenhaur 



Death Penalty Passed 



192 



Eric B. Eiscnslciii 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Accounting 



Shelly B, Ellic 
Baltimore. 
Biochemist 



Tobie R. Ely 

Silver Spring. Md. 

Nutrition 



Christine M. Ennis 
Timonium, Md. 
Apparel Design 



Steven R. Erlanger 

Baltimore. Md. 

Marketing 



Nira Etons 
Rockville, Md. 



ournalism 



John |. Ekelimd |r. 

Lanham. Md. 

Science Education 

Mohson M. Eldefrawl 
Pikesville. Md. 
Biochemistr\ 



Joshua W. Elvolvo 

Silver Spring. Md. 

Fire Protection Engr. 

Chris Elwell 

Arnold. Md. 

Nutrition 



Paul Emerson 

Kensington. Md. ; 

Personnel Mgt. 

Leslie A. Engel 

Baltimore. Md. 

Marketing 



Pete A. Epstein 
Bowie. Md. 
Computer Science & Math. 

Sheldon S. Epstein 

Baltimore, Md. 

Civil Engineering 



Karen A. Espil 

Greensboro, Md. 

Criminology 

Shari L. Esterson 
Greenbelt, Md. 



Accounting 



Susan M. Ettcnson 

Rockville, Md. 

Early Childhood Ed. 

Wendy ). Exler 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Accounting 




By Senate 3-1-77 



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Lee E. Eybel 
Bowie, Md. 
Business & Mgt. 

Jeffrey M. Fahrner 
Rockville, Md. 
Biology Education 




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David R. Fairbank 
Arnold, Md. 
General Studies 



Trans-Alaska 




Rob Faktorow 
Willingbrjoro, N.J. 
Finance 

Linda J. Falkerson 
Greenbelt, Md. 
Radio. TV, & Film 



Fatima M. Farias 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Finance 

Anita M. Faringer 
Adelphi, Md. 



Sociology 



Sharon K. Fassler 
Adelphi, Md. 
Advertising Design 

Gail H. Fast 
Massapequa Park, N.Y. 
English 



James J. Fear 
Gaithersburg, Md. 
Agriculture 

Susan E. Fedak 
Columbia, Md. 
Computer Science 



Robert Feinerman 
Adelphi, Md. 
Business 

Michael A. Fekula 
Weston, Conn. 
Family Studies 





Brian E. Famiglietti 
Bethesda, Md. 
Law Enforcement 




Judith E. Farnsworth 
Davidsonville, Md. 
Physical Educ. 



J. Scott Faupel 
Rockville, Md. 
Accounting 



Bonnie Feferman 
Fairlawn, N.J. 
Sociology 



Steven G. Feldmann 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Geology 



194 



Jaquenette R. Ferguson 
Lanham. Md. 




Stephanie |. Ferguson 

Silver Spring, Mil. 

Horticulture 

Philip M. Fernanties 

Beltsville. Md 

General Business 




Pipeline Opened 1977 



Teresa L. P'crnandez 

College Park. Md. 

Special & Phys. Educ 



Mary Figlia 
Microbiology 



Kathleen L. Finch 

Camp Springs. Md. 

English Education 



Margaret E. Fineran 

Cheverly. Md. 

Recreation 



Ruth K. Fink 

Rockvilie. Md. 

Zoology 






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Susan K. Fcrretti 

Nanuet. N.Y. 

General Studies 

Linda M. Ficken 

New Carrollton, Md. 

Therapeutic Recr. 



Betty Figula 

Johnstown, Pa. 

Accounting 

Cindy A. Filan 
Clardsburg. Md. 
Costume Design 



Joyce A. Fincham 

Laurel. Md. 

[ournalism 

Sharon M. Fineberg 
Potomac. Md. 



Jonathan Finglass 

Baltimore, Md. 

Accounting 

Michael S. Fink 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Business & Mgt. 



Leonard P. Finkei 

Silver Spring. Md 

Accounting 

Pamela K. Fish 

Bowie. Md. 

Electrical Engr 




195 




Carolyn A. Fisher 
Silver Spring, Md. 
General Studies 

Iris E. Fisher 
Baltimore, Md. 
Psychology 



Gregg J. Fitzpatrick 
Silver Spring, Md. 
General Business 

Tisha A. Fitzpatrick 
Potomac, Md. 
Special Education 




Jane E. Fitzgerald 
Kensington, Md. 
Home Economics Ed. 



Meg Flanigan 
Washington, D.C. 
Spanish & Portuguese 



FDA Bans 



196 




Paul D. Flower 
Monroe, Conn. 
Urban Studies 



ames M. Folsom 
Kensington, Md. 



James W. Ford III 
Silver Spring, Mci. 
Law Enforcement 



Joseph A. Fnti 

Camp Springs, Nki 

Accounting! 




Adrienne H. Forman 

West Long Branch, N.]. 

Dietetics 

Debra Forman 
Recreation 



Mary E. Francis 
Greenbelt, Md 
Textile Science 

Anne A. Frank 

Bowie, Md. 

Law Enforcement 




Saccharin 3-10-77 



Bonnie Frankle 

Baltimore, Md. 

Hearing & Speech 



Juliet Freeman 
Lincoln, Del. 
Criminology 



Marc L. Friedman 

Owings Mills, Md 

Accounting 



Anne Fruit 

Ellicott Cit>', Md. 

Business & Mgmt. Gen. 






Can*' D. Frankel 

" On lev, Md 

Radio, TV, & Film 

Terri T. Franklin 

Adelphi, Md. 

journalism 



Lisa A. Freeman 
College Park, Md. 
Speech & Hearing 

Kenneth L. Fried 

Plainfield, N.J. 

Marketing 



Meryl S. Friedman 

Silver Spring. Md 

Spanish 

Kathleen R. Frost 

Laurel, Md. 

Microbiology 



Stephanie C. Fr>e 

Lanham, Md. 

Bilingual Elem. Educa. 

Lissa M. Fuller 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Criminology 




197 




David "Son Of Sam" Berkowitz 






Debra A. Fulton 
Suitland, Md. 
Speech Pathology 

Karen M. Funderburk 
Houston, Tex. 
Kinesiology 



Sarolta E. Fury 
Silver Spring, Md. 
French Language & Lit. 

Mark A. Gaertner 
Arnold, Md. 
Electrical Engr, 



Mark E. Galasso 
Queenstown, Md. 
Zoology 

Andrea G. Galef 
Rockvllle, Md. 
Criminology 




Rebecca M. Furnia 
Bethesda, Md. 
General Studies 




Mary G. Gaffney 
Bethesda, Md. 
General Studies 



Jill A. Galkin 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Special Education 



Maureen T. Gallagher 

Carrollton. NKI. 

Journalism 



Lindsay R. Garland 

Columbia. Md. 

PsychologA' 



Lawrence D. Gaul 
Bethesda, Md. 
Transportation 




tSS« r 



Elizaahoth R. Gallnr 

Rosedalo, NY. 

Info. Systems Mgt. 

Mark I. Garhers 

Gaithershurg. Md. 

AccduntinK 



Gene M. Garner 
Oxon Hill. Md. 
Electrical Engr. 

Sharon M. Garrison 
Silver Spring. Md. 
Agricultural Chem. 



Albert T. Gavaii.s 

Mt. Rainier. Md 

Studio Art 

Karen Sue Gear\ 
Cumberland. Md. 
Dance Education 




Killed 6, Wounded 7 1977 





\ Pamela A. Gee 

Vv Laurel, Md. 

) Business Mgt. 



Nancy L. Gelfand 
•* Baltimore, Md. 
Studio Art 



Judi A. George 
Adelphi, Md. 
English Education 

oseph J. Gerardi 
Hagerstown, Md. 
Electrical Engr. 



Tim R. Germana 
Arnold, Md. 
Conservation 

Bryan W. Ghent 
Timonium, Md. 
echanical Engr. 



Gilbert 

Howard Beach, N.Y. 
Business 




Dawn L. Gillas 
Hyattsville, Md. 
Nuclear Engr. 




Eileen A. George 
Potomac. Md. 
Sociology 



Carol Lynn Gerhardt 




n 



Christina M. Giannanio 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Personnel Mgt. 




Darice A. Ginn 
Rockville, Md. 
Conservation 



BSU Boycotts 




Arthur D. Ginolfi jr. 

Laurel. Mel. 

Radio and Television 



Bernard W. Gillin 

Rockvillo. Md. 

Music 



Michael H. Giazcr 

Yonkers. NY. 

General Studies 



Kathleen L. Glick 
Bethlehem. Pa. 
Interior Design 



Haley 





Mary E. Goebert 
Linthicum. Md. 
Govt. & Politics 



Ronald H. Goldberg 

Tappan. N.Y. 

Accounting 




Barrv Ginsberg 

Floral Park. NY. 

Marketing 

Beth H. Gitkin 

Fairlawn, N.j. 

Spanish 



Barbara D. Glasco 

Philadelphia. Pa. 

Business 

Kenneth 1. Glaser 
New York. NY. j 
Microbiology! 



Gaylc Gleitz 

Annapolis, Md. 

Early Childhood Educa. 

Heidi T. Glick 

Levitown, N.Y. 

Speech & Drama Educa. 



Stephanie S. Glover 

Laurel. Md. 

Microbiology 

Larry F. Godo 

Berw>'n Heights. Md. 

Englishl 



-31-77 



Heidi \. Goff 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Speech & Hearing 

Roberta L. Gold 

West Orange, N.J. 

Recreation 



Lisa Goldberger 

Baltimore. Md. 

Accounting 

Daniel L. Goldberger 
Baltimore, Md. 
Accounting , 




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Louise V. Goldblatt 
University Hill, Md. 
History & Philosophy 

Gary W. Golden 
Bayonne, N.). 
Microbiology 



Nancy I. Goldring 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Interior Design 

Caren S. Goldsmith 
Baltimore, Md. 
Therapeutic Rec. 



David L. Goldstein 
Wyncote, Pa. 
Recreation 

Ilsa E. Gonzalez 
Oxon Hill, Md. 
Microbiology 



Jerome L. Goodwin 
Harrisburg, Pa. 
Biochemistry 

Lisa D. Gordon 
Chevy Chase, Md. 
Family Studies 



Robert L. Gossweiler 
Timonium, Md. 
Business 

Linda S. Gould 
Potomac, Md. 
Advertising Design 




Beth S. Goldman 
Richmond, Va. 
Elementary Educ. 




Arlen B. Goldstein 
Owings Mills, Md. 
lournalism 




Susan Goodman 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Special Education 




Nancy S. Goretsky 
Lewisdale, Md. 
Photojournalism 




Ginger L. Graham 
Hyattsville, Md. 
Studio Art 



New York Has 




William ]. Graham 
College Park, Md. 
Urban Studies 

William Todd Grams 
Economics 




Elizabeth Grant 
Chevy Chase, Md. 
Special Education 



202 




Christopher Gratton 

Hyattsville. Md. 

Civil Engineering 



Connie Gr;i\ 

Walkersvillc, Mel. 

Elementarv Education 




EHzabeth B. Graves 
Bethesda. Md. 
Speech Comm. 

Robert Gravina 
Bala Cynwyd. Pa. 
Special Education 



Karon A. Gray 

Lanham, Md. 

Law Enforcement 

Scott A. Greatorex 

Rockville, Md 

Aeorospace Engr 




Second Black Out 1977 



Gina T. Green 

Silver Spring, Md 

Horticulture 




Murray B. Green 

Baltimore. Md. 

Marketing 

Don M. Greenburg 
Hartsdale. N.Y. 
Transportation 




203 




Lori V. Greene 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Eng. & Pre-Law 

Sharon L. Greene 
East Orange, N.J. 
Business 



oseph F. Greeves 
Bethesda, Md. 
Accounting 

Kathryn Gregory 
Gambrills, Md. 
Dietetics 



,eanine Grogard 
Conserv. & Resource Dev. 

Marshall R. Gross 
Wheaton, Md. 
Accounting 



Maria N. Grundt 
Fair Lawn, N.J. 
Family Studies 

Benedict E. Grylewicz 
Columbia, Md. 
Radio, TV, & Film 



Jeannette A. Gularek 
Lakewood, N.J. 
Advertising Design 

Dorothy P. Guzzo 
Linden, N.J. 
Interior Design 



Carolyn R. Hack 
Baltimore, Md. 
Chem. Engineering 




Edward R. Greer 
Hollywood, Md. 
Electrical Engr. 






Nancy Hagen 
Columbia, Md. 
■^ General Studies 



Paul M. Grimaldi 
Adelphi, Md. 
Geography 



Janet E. Groves 
Paramus, N.J. 
Personnel Mgt. 



Paula M. Grysikiewicz 
Odenton, Md. 
Special Education 




Robert M. Haas 
Severna Park, Md. 
Music 




James Hafey 
Potomac, Md. 
Economics 



Police Arrest 4 At Campus 



204 



Mary K. Hafer 

Brandyvvinc. Md. 

Prsnl. Mgt. &" Labor Ro.\. 



Charles ]. Hall 
Washington. D.C. 
Law Enforcement 



Katherinc F. Halleck 

Annandale. Va. 

Radio, TV. and Film 



Barbara ]. Hamilton 

College Park. Md. 

Comm. and Public Rel. 




Dwight ]. Hammond 

Washington. D.C. 

Math/Statistics 




Sung Young Han 

Bladensburg. Md. 

Mech. Engineering 



Mar\' T. Haladd 

Timonium. Md 

Prsnl. Mgt. & Labor Rel 

Suzanne M. Halbardicr 

Bethesda. Md. 

Special Ed. 



Kathleen M. Hall 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Radio, TV, and Film 







Laura C. Hall 
Hyattsville, Md. 
Geography ^ 



Ingrid A. Hallen 

Silver Spring, Md 

Mgt. and Consumer Studic^s 

Susan Halpern 
Finance 



Lisa B. Hammer 

Livingston, N.). 

Marketing 

Rochelle E. Hammerman 

Baltimore, Md, 

Special Education 



Bruce N. Hampe 

Baltimore, Md. 

Accounting 

Soo Kvvang Han 

New Carrollton, Md. 

Finance 



Charles L. Hancock 

College Park. Md 

Recreation 

Claire E. Hanlein 

Chillum, Md. 

Rec. & Leisure/Thera. Rec. 




Pot "Smoke In" 5-3-77 



205 




kiekbttm 




Richard P. Harcum 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Business Admin. 

Susan Harden 
Luthervllle, Md. 
Dietetics 




Brenda L. Harmon 
Landover Hills. Md. 
Special Ed. 



Mandel Guily In 






Linda L. Harper 
Bethesda, Md. 
Special Ed. 

Adrienne A. Harris 
Baltimore, Md. 
Journal. /Eng. 



leff S. Harris 
Takoma Park, Md, 
Radio, TV, and Film 

Jonathan L. Harris 
Upper Marlboro, Md. 
Mathematics 



Jeffrey J. Harshman 
New York City, N.Y. 
Psychology 

Stephen H. Hartman 
Baltimore, Md. 
Computer Science 



Kenneth V. Harvey 
Baltimore, Md. 
Radio, TV, and Film 

Elana F. Harwick 
Wilmington, Del. 
Urban Studies 



James S. Haskell 
Edgewood, Md. 
Health Ed. 

Holly Hatcher 
Clearwater, Fla. 
Interior Design 



206 




David S. Harris 
Massapequa Park, N.Y. 
Accounting 



Scott A. Harrison 
Rockville, Md. 
Zoology 



Christine D. Harvey 
Boulevard Heights, Md. 
Journalism 



Cindy A. Haskel 
North Woodmere, N.Y. 
Accounting 




Scott W. Havard 
Shrewsbury, N.J. 
Business & Mgt. 



Diana L. Havcnner 

Waldorf, Md. 

Marketing 




Diana L. Hawk 
Hydos, Md. |p 
loiirnalism 

Cordon Hawk 




Corruption Trial 8-24-77 



Brian R. Havek 

Ellicolt City, Md. 

Journalism 



Virginia E. Heflin 

Forest Hill, Md. 

Kinesiology 



Mark A. Heintzelman 

Seabrook, Md. 

Mathematics 



Robert |. Held 

Greenbelt, Md. 

Government 




John R. Henkeiman 

Abingdon, Md. 

Elec. Engineering 




Daniel L. Hazclrigg 

Bethesda, Md. 

Chemistry 

Mary-Beth Heald 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Textiles & Apparel 



Vicky B. Heiman 

Lido" Beach. N.Y. 

Accounting 

Michael C. Heincman 

Ft. Washington, Md. 

Law Enforcement 



Patrice M. Heinz 

Ramsey, N.). 

Speech & Hearing Sci. 

Mary Heister 
Zoology 



Anne M. Henderson 

Bethesda. Md. 

Gen. Biological Sci. 

Shelley R. Hendler 

Baltimore, Md. 

Special Ed. 



Donald ]. Henzi 

Cockeysvillc, Md. 

Business Mgt. 

janyse L Herman 

Silver Spring. Md. 

Elem. Education 




207 




Sharon A. Hestvik 
Baltimore. Md. 
Agronomy 




Karen P. Heyn 
Beltsville Heights. Md. 
Dietetics 



Catherine L. Hill 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Physical Rec. 

Paul S. Hillstrom 
Rockville, Md. 
Business 




Gail A. Hickman 
Germantown. Md. 
Aerospace Engineering 




Monica B. Hines 
Laurel, Md. 
Criminology 



Sadat And Begin 




Amy Hinkle 
Rockville, Md. 
Marketing 

Debbie Hirsch 



Royce R. Hofmeister 
Baltimore, Md. 
Elec. Engineering 

Shari L. Holley 
Wilmington. Del. 
Textiles & Apparel 




Linda C. Hoelk 
Hyattsville. Md. 
Law Enforcement 



Davenport Holloway 



)amcs Holmes 

Gaithersburg, Md. 

Business & Mgmt. Gen. 



Karen S. Hoover 

Gaithershurj^. Md. 

Earlv Child. Ed. 




Marlenc F. Homa 

Hampslead. N.H. 

Animal Science 

Dou>? R. Hooper 

Silver Sprinji. Md. 

Biochemistry 



Norma ]. Hoover 

Ft. Washington, Md. 

Food Science 

Ann Horowitz 

Greenbeil, Md. 

Speech Communication 




Make Peace Pact 11-22-77 



Diane S. Horowitz 

Silver Spring. Md. 

Govt. & Politics 



Cherv'l A. Howard 

Allen, Md. 

Home Economics Ed. 



^V Robert Y. Hsiao 

^K Silver Spring. Md. 

^^» Zoology 

^H^ Catherine Huh 

^^m Mathematics 




Deborah R. Horvitz 

Bowie, Md. 

Health Communication 

Richard E. Houck 

Glen Burnie, Md. 

Chemistry 



Martina A. Howard 
Washington, D.C. 
Business Admin. 

Larry C. Howell 

Princeton, N.J. 

Criminology 



Mary Ann Huffman 

Silver Spring. Md. 

General Studies 

Brian Hughes 

Hyattsville. Md. 

Biochemistr\^ 



Joni R. Hulman 

Potomac. Md. 

American Studies 

Janet L. Hume 
Hollywood. Fla. 
Costume Design 




209 




Beall Rejects 



Colleen M. Hurley 
Bethesda, Md. 
Recreation 



erara F. lacangelo 
Wheaton. Md. 
-JElec. Engineering 



Sayedmojtaba Izadidehkorc 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Civil Engineering 



Barres ]. lackson 
White Oak. Mi " 
Engineer! 



Pamela B. |affe 

Columbia. Mel. 

Studio Art 



jean James 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Computer Science 




Benjamin S. |acol)s 

Bowie. Md. 

Histor\' 

Bruce H. Jacobs j 
Baltimore. Md. 1 
Criminology- 



Wanila |. Jakob 
Hyatlsville. Md. 
Animal Sciences 

James R. Flethcer III 

Washington. D.C. 

Special Ed. 



Dorian W. Janney 

Garrett Park. Md. 

Special Ed. 

Jerr\' A. Janofsky 

Baltimore. Md. 

Business-Marketing 




Retirement Plan 12-6-77 





Lorraine Jansen 
Hamburg, N.J. 
Coordinater Dietetics 

Nadel Jay 
Fair Lawn, N.J. 
Accounting 



April L. Jennings 
Baltimore, Md. 
Accounting 

Robert J. Jeschelnik 

Laurel, Md. 

Radio, TV and Film 



Cheryl E. Johnson 
Bowie, Md. 
Chem. Engineering 

(]ynthia D. Johnson 
{'"rederick, Md. 
Special Ed. 



Thomas C. Jedrey 
District Heights, Md. 
Mathematics 



F. Johnpoll 
Baltimore, Md. 
Hearing and Speech 



n M. Johnson 
Hillcrest Heights, Md. 
Law Enforcement 

Mary J. Johnson 
CHnton, Md. 
Kinesiology 




Joyce C. Johnson 
Columbia, Md. 
Special Ed. 



oann Johnson 
Columbia, Md. 
Special Education 



Diamondback Staff 



212 




Pamela |. lohnson 

Potomac, Md. 

Sociology 



Eric M. Jones 

Lawn Side. N.]. 

Special Ed. 



Lois R. [ones 

Oxon Hill. Md. 

General Sciences 



Thomas W. lones 
Cockeysville. Md. 
Computer Science 




Robert L, |ohnsnn 

Bothosda. Md. 

Marketing 

Walter A. [ohnson 
Forest Hill. Md. 
Agricultural Bus. 



Gloria f). Jones 
Baltimore, Md. 
Interior Design 

Laurinda Jones 
'ex. Mkt./Fsh. Mcrch. 



Samuel W. |oncs 

Forest Hill. Md. 

Horticulture 

Sherrill ]. jone.s 
Broomfield. C( 



Marc W. Joslow 

Bethesda, Md. 

Mech. Engineering 

David 1. Kahan 

Silver Spring. Md. 

Zoology 



Strikes In Protest 12-8-77 



Joseph A. Kaiser |r. 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Elec. Engineering 



Kathv I. Kamen 

Bayside. N.Y. 

Marketing 




Joseph H. Kaisler 

Baltimore, Md. 

Info. Systems Mgr. 

John M. Kalimon 

Rickville, Md. 

Cartography 



Judy T. Kaminsky 
Woodmere. N.Y. 
Elem. Education 

Michael C. Kammer 

Baltimore, Md. 

Fire Prot. Engineering 






Mark R. Kammerman 
Ellicott City, Md. 
Industrial Tech. 

Debbie J. Kapelus 
Gaithersburg, Md. 
Urban Studies 



Stephen Kaplan 
Chevy Chase, Md. 
Geology 

Lori Kapner 
Great Neck, N.Y. 
lournalism 



Arthur W. Katlin 
Silver Spring, Md. 
General Studies 

Ronald M. Katzen 

Baltimore, Md. 

Acc't & Gen. Business 



Andrew T. Kaufman 
Fair Lawn, N.J. 
Zoology 

Eydie R. Kaufman 
Sheltenham, Pa. 
Special Ed. 



Steven B. Kayne 
North Woodmere, N.Y. 
Marketing. 

John F. Keagle 
Hanover, Md. 
Elec. Engineering 




Dara ]. Kaplan 
Bethesda, Md. 
Special Ed. 




Shelli Kassin 
English 




Maryanne Kauffman 
Springfield, Va. 
Govt. & Politics 




Marc A. Kaufman 
Annapolis, Md. 
Zoology 



Sharon P. Keefe 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Special Ed. 



Nehemiah Breaks 



Ronald H. Keith 
Clinton, Md. 
General Studies 

|oyce S. Keller 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Accounting 



PP?^ 




John T. Kelly 
Gaithersburg, Md. 
Govt, and Politics 



214 




Patricia A. Kenney 

Silver Spring, Md. 

journalism 



Chung Mi Kim 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Elec. Engineering 




Glenn D. Kessler 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Transportation 

Susan B. Kesslor 

Bowie, Md 

Spanish 



Won Chong Kim 

Rockville, Md. 

Elec. Engineering 

Youn K. Kim 

Hyattsville, Md. 

Elec. Engineering 




World Hurdle Mark 1-30-78 



Krj'stal Kimrey 




Jane King 

[cnnio S. King 

Capitol Heights, Md. 

Physical Ed. 




215 




Debbie C. Kirsch 
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 
Radio, TV and Film 

Stephen M. Kitsoulis 
Rockville, Md. 
Finance 



Richard M. Klingman 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Criminology 

Lewis Klotzman 
Baltimore, Md. 
Microbiology 



Neil L Kobrin 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Economics 

Cinthia Kobylski 
Hyattsville, Md. 
Applied Design 



Pamela M. Kohl 
Sykesville, Md. 
Govt. & Politics 

Nancy L. Koles 
District Heights, Md. 
'^^ Zoology 



Cynthia M. Koran 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Finance 

Leslie Ann Koran 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Marketing 



Anastasia Kotsiras 
Rockville, Md. 
General Sciences 

Kathryn L. Kotula 
Beltsville, Md. 
Animal Science 






Terry B. Kleeman 
Baltimore, Md. 
Accounting 



Rhona E. Knoblock 
Mount Airy, Md. 
Family Community Dev. 




Randy Kohana 
Teaneck, N.J. 
Accounting 




Kathi A. Kolodin 
Bethesda, Md. 
General Studies 




Julie M. Kossler 
Portsmouth, Va. 



ournansm 



Karen C. Kovalchick 
Bel Air, Md. 
Accounting 



Snow Closes Campus 



216 



Ann Kraii). 
Govt, and Poliiu 



George S. Krausc Jr. 

Baltimore, Md. 

Elec. Engineering 



Lou Ann C. Kravvczewicz 

New Carrollton, Md. 

Microbiology 



Steven 1. Kroll 

Baltimore, Md. 

Criminolog\' 



Michael D. Kuccra 

Bowie. Md. 

Transportation 



Laurence B. KurinsW 

Silver Spring, Md. 

lourn./Bio. Sciences 






|odi S. Kramer 
Baltimore, M 
S|)anish 

Judith Kramer 

Potomac. Md. 

Mathematics 



Nan L. Krauss 

Woodmere, N.V. 

Radio, TV and Film 

Nancv F. Kraut 
Highland 'Park, N 
Criminology' 



P. Gudrun Kroit 

Ponte Vedra Beach. Fia 

Conserv. & Resource Del). 




Eric L. Krohe 

Wilton. Conn. ^^^^^ 

Accounting ^ \ 



Andrea J. Krovitsky 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Special Ed. 





Andrew F. Krys.i 

Rockville, Md. 

English 



Daniel B. Kiil.i 
Jericho, N ^ 
Markotiiij.; 

Janice J. Kunz 

Greenbelt, Md. 

Conserv. & Resource Dev. 



David W. Kuykendall 

Bel Air, Md 

Agri. & Exten. Ed 

Mun Hyok Kwon 

Baltimore, Md. 

Chemistry 




Paralyzes Northeast 2-7-78 



217 




Sharon N. Lagana 

Laurel, Md. 

Family Community Dev. 

Laura L. Lahey 
Columbia, Md. 
Accounting 




Patrick W. Lahti 
Westminster, Mass. 
Finance 



Terps Crush 




Debbie L Laios 
Rockville, Md. 
General Studies 

Edward J. Lake 
North Woodmere, N.Y. 
Labor 



Claire Lakrin 
Rockville, Md. 

Jo Ellen La Monica 
Bloomfield, N.j. 
Special Ed. 



Laura A. Lane 
Crofton. Md. 
Art Education 

Corrine }. Lange 
Churchville, Md. 
Zoology 



Michele Larocca 
Bethesda. Md. 
Govt. & Politics 

Kurt S. Larsen 
Baltimore, Md. 
Accounting 



Lori S. Lassen 
Bethesda, Md. 
Advertising Design 

Greta L. Laughery 
New Carrollton, Md. 
Finance/Law Enforcement 



Anthy J. Lakis 
Annapolis, Md. 
Special Ed. 



Jessica L. Lampe 
Bethesda, Md. 
Dance 



James E. Largent 
Greenbelt, Md. 
Computer Science 




Ann D. Lassalle 
Laurel, Md. 
Psych/Zoology 



Pamela A. Lavery 
Oxon Hill, Md. 
Business Marketing 



218 



Teresa M. Lawless 

Kensington. Md 

KinesiologN 




Debbie Lawrence 
Radio. TV, & Film 

Anne F. Laws 

Salisbun,'. Mtl. 

Marketing 




Duke, 103-39 2-8-78 



Nancy J. Lavlon 

Little Silver. N.|. 

Special Ed. 



Greg A. Leber 

Lanham, Md. 

Business/Trans. 



Mary Y. Lee 
Bethesda, Mc 
Accountin 



Alan R. Lehman 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Psychology' 




Cher\l G. Licbman 




Rita B. Lazarony 

Rockville, Md. 

Animal Science 

Jay Lazerowitz 
Govt, and Politics 



Carol M. Lee 

Rockledge, Fla. 

Elem. Education 



Ellen L. Lee 
Silver Spring, Md. 

Psychology C'Ji% .• . 



Yung T. Lee 

Baltimore, Md. 

Elec. Engineering 

Debra A. Leek 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Criminology 



Lesley Ann Lehman 

Chesapeake Beach, Md. 

Psychology' 

Richard K. Lehman 

Charlotte Hall, Md. 

Conserv. & Resource Dev. 



Renee Leibman 

Potomac. Md 

Govt. & Politics 

Robert G. Leikin 

Randallstown. Md 

General Biolog\ 




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Richard M. Leiman 
Mineola, N.Y. 
Gen. Biological Sci. 

David V. Lentz 
Timonium, Md. 
Business 



Deborah M. Leopard 
Rockville, Md. 
Textiles & Apparel 

Brad Lerner 
Zoology 




Susan Leon 



Scott A. Lever 
Baltimore, Md. 
Zoology 



Magazzu's Party 



Amy B. Levine 
East Meadow, N.Y. 
Radio, TV and Film 



Sheri D. Levine 
Wantagh, N.Y. 
Accounting 




Howard S. Levy 
Miami. Fla. 
Accounting 



Alec M. Lewis 

Rockvillc. Md. 

Business & Mgt. 




luiiiin M. Levy 

Silver Spring. Md. 

Zoology 

Susiin |. Levvinter 

Pittsi)urgh, Pa. 

Radio, TV and Film 



John O. Lewis 
Green belt. Md. 
General Studies 

Sharon A. Lewis 

Valley Stream. N.Y. 

Textiles Apparel Design 



Sweeps SGA 3-9-78 



Kerr\' E. Leyden 
New Carrollton. Md. 
Hearing and Speech 



Judith Lichtman 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Family Studies 



Larr\' A. Lieberman 

" Baldwin. N.Y. 

Chemistry 




Steven Limsky 

Freehold. N.J. 

Accounting 




Andrew M. Lichtenstein 

Margate. Fla. 

Marketing 

Anne Lichtenstein 
Marketing 



Douglas A. Lidie 

Bethesda. Md. 

Business 

Debra E. Lieberman 

Great Neck. N.Y. 

Psychology 



Andrea M. Liebrocht 

Hillcrest Heights. Md. 

Dietetics 

Patricia L. Lilly 

White Plains. Md. 

journalism 



R. Linder 
Transportation 

Byron A. Lindstrom 

Kensington. Md. 

Accounting; 




221 









Senate Passes 



Cheryl V. Liss 
Bethesda, Md. 
Elec. Engineering 

jiidy L. Litman 
Potomac, Md. 
Law Enforcement 



John D. Lloyd 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Civil Engineering 

Barbara A. Lobb 
Greenbelt, Md. 
Architecture 



fan is S. Lloyd 
Neward, Del. 
Chemistry 



222 




Ted M. Lipsky 
Roslyn Heights. 
Marketing 



N.Y. 



^ 



Nina L. Lobovsky 
Woodbury. N.Y. 
Therapeutic Rec. 



Colleen C. Lockwood 

Silver Spring, Mt\ 

MarkclinL' 



Lynn P. L 
Silver Spring. Md 
Business 



Betsy A. Logan 

West Port, Conn. 

Hearing and Speech 




Marv |anc Luchr 

Milltown. NI. 

Special Ed. 

Neil Loenigsburg 



John D. Loowcn 

Bethesda, Md. 

Geography 

Dargeelyn F. Loftin 

Kinston, N.C. 

Finance & Marketing 



Laurie ). Logan 

Bowie. Md. 

Elem. Education 

Bruce London 

Bethesda. Md. 

Microbiology 




Panama Treaty 3-17-78 




Mark Lorberbaum 
arketing 



David W. Ludington 
Wheaton. Md. 
Rec. Leadership 



Sheila t). Lyles 
* Poolesville, Md. 
Criminology 




Ramsey K. Maalouf 
Potomac, Md. 
Civil Engineering 



Toll Takes University 



Kathy A. Maclean 
Bowie, Md. 
Special Ed. 



Fariborz A. Maiekzandi 



rospace Engineering 




Richard H. Madow 

Baltimori!, Md. 

Biology 



Karen A. Maloncv 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Criminology 



Mabel G. Manalastas 

Washington, D.C 

Food Scieno 



Nancy t^. Makstein 

Woodmerc. NY. 

Acciiimtini" 



Alison M. Malinowski 
Trappe, Md. 
Criminology 

Gerald C. Mallack 

Silver Spring. Md. 

General Business 



Karen T. Maloney 

Port Washington. N.Y. 

Textiles & Apparel Design 

Gregory A. Mamay 

Bethesda. Md. 

Marketing 



Teresa ). Mancusi 

Rockville, Md. 

General Sciences 

Marcie Mandelblatt 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Special Ed. 




Presidency 4-7-78 



Daniel T. Mangnim 

Seat Pleasant. Md. 

Education 



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Willis R. Manning 
Potomac, Md. 
IJrgan Studies 




Elizabeth P. Mann 

New Cumberland. Pa. 

Therapeutic Rec. 

Stephanie j. Mann 

Harrison, NY. 

Radio, TV and Film 



Mary T. Mannion 

Edgewater, Md. 

Ad. Design 



Anthony M. Marchione 

Cockeysville. Md. 

Marketing 



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Julie A. Marcus 
Rockvllle Center, N.Y. 
Govt. & Politics 

Susan I. Marcus 
Forestville, Md. 
Special Ed. 



Shari Markowitz 
Hollywood, Fla. 
Marketing 

Deborah M. Marks 
Rockville, Md. 
Special Ed. 



Craig T. Marshall 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Geography 

Katrina M. Marshall 
Rockville, Md. 
Psychology 



Susan E. Martin 
Rockville, Md. 
Special Ed. 

Susan I. Martin 
Annapolis, Md. 
Microbiology 



Leonard [. Martinko 
Kensington, Md. 
Landscape Design 

Robert G. Martino 
Timonium, Md. 
Mech. Engineering 








Jeffrey A. Markoff 
Rahway, N.j. 
General Studies 



Nancy M. Markulec 
Pocomoke City, Md. 
General Studies 



Cynthia R. Marterre 
Hyattsville, Md. 
Gerontology 



Luis M. Martinez 
El Dorado Zona #1, 
Panama 
Political Science 



Frank J. Mascetti 
Baltimore, Md. 
Elec. Engineering 



Toga Parties Hit 



Marsha Ann Mason 


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Hanover, Md. 


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1 Lisa A. Matthews 


Journalism 


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■ Salisbur>', Md. 

fl Persnl. & Labor Rel 


Joseph M. Matosian 


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Wheaton, Md. 


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Computer Science 


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226 




Serena I. Matthew 
Springfield Gardens. NA ^ 
Pcrsnl. & Speech Comm - 



Karen M. Mayor 

Rockville. Md 

Crafts 




John Mattingly 

Gaithersburg, Md. 

Mechanical Engineering 

Sarita L. Maybin 

Warrenton. Va. 

Psychology 



Toba S. Mayer 

Baltimore, Md. 

Hearing & Speech 

David B. Mays 

University Hills, Md. 

Chem. "Engineering 




Frat Row 8-78 



David M. Mc Allister 

College Park, Md. 

Engineering & Math 



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Barbara A. McBridc 
Berkshire, Md. 
Family Studies 

Catherine M. McCann 
Silver Spring. Md 
Advertising Design 



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227 




Deborah M. McCarthy 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Special Ed. 

Dennis ). McCarthy 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Radio, TV and Film 



Maureen P. McCarthy 
Kensington, Md. 
Accounting 

Sheila D. McClan 
Richmond, Va. 
Psychology 



Kathi B. McCullen 
Bowie, Md. 
Urban Studies 

Jamie L. McCullough 
Oxon Hill, Md. 
Info. Systems Mgt. 



' Susan McCutcheon 



Susanne McDonald 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Marketing 



Michael D. McGee 
Richmond, Va. 
Marketing 

Michelle A. McGee 

Greenbelt, Md. 

Early Child, Education 



Jeffrey W. McGowan 
District Heights, Md. 
Accounting 

Thomas McGraw 
Greenbelt, Md. 
Marketing 




Kathleen E. McCarthy 
Linthicum, Md. 
Persnl. & Labor Rel. 







Matthew N. McCoy 
Beltsville, Md. 
Mathematics 



Leslie A. McCully 
Davidsonville, Md. 
Interior Deisgn 



Deborah L. McGee 

Arlington, Va. 

Rec. & Leisure Studies 



Michael D. McGinnis 
New Carrollton, Md. 
Govt. & Politics 




Charles C. McGuire 
Linthicum, Md. 
Accounting 



Pope John Paul I Dies After 



228 



Walter S. McKee III 
Rockville. Md. 
Govt. iS; Politics 




Jamie L. McMorriin 

Frostburg. Mil. 

Oiininologv' 



Kathleen P. McNiilty 

Upper Marlboro, Mel. 

Criminology' 



Thomas McQuighan 

Odenton, Md. 

Mathematics 



Eileen A. Medvitz 

Brentwood. Md. 

Criminolog>' 



Stephanie M. Merlin: > 
Laurel. Mil 
English Lit 








Mary Beth McKeever 

Sandy Spring.Md. 

Interior Design 

Kathleen M. McLaughlin 

Laurel. Md. 

Recreation 



Debbie McNabb 

Elkton. Md. 

Fashion 111. /Art Design 

Anita M. McNeil 

Silver Spring. Md. 

CriminologN 



Susan L. McPherson 

Hyattsvillo. Md 

Special Ed. 

James P. McQuighan 

Odenton. Md. 

Mech. Engineering 



George F. McWilliams 

College Park. Md. 

Studio Art 

Linda M. Medina 
Columbia, Md. 
Govt. & Politics 



John Melick III 

Baltimore. Md 

Histor\ 

Marjorie B. Meltzer 

New York. N.Y. 

Hearing & Speech 



Daniel C. Messina 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Physics/Astron. 

Joseph H. Mettle 

Pikesville. Md. 

Elec. Engineering 




Short Term As Pope 10-1-78 



229 




Jennifer L. Meyer 
Lanham, Md. 
Ad. Design 

Alan S. Meyerowitz 
Yonkers, N.Y. 
Business Mgt. 




Katherine L. Meyers 
Reisterstown, Md. 
Sepcial Ed. 



Yankees Take Series For 




Ronald A. Miara 
District Heights, Md. 
Elec. Engineering 

Cora L. Middlebrook 
Wheaton, Md. 
Chem. /Russian 



Melinda R. Miles 
Bowie, Md. 
Music 



'/ Carol C. Miller 

"/ Baltimore, Md. 

"' Criminology 



Fran E. Miller 
Hollywood, Fla. 
Accounting 

Guy M. Miller 
Greenbelt, Md. 
Elec. Engineering 



Linda E. Miller 
Annandale, Va. 
English 

Robyn S. Miller 
Fort Lee, N.J. 
Radio, TV and Film 



Susan H. Miller 
Washington, D.C. 
Radio, TV and Film 

Yvonne E. Mills 
Havre de Grace, Md. 
Special Ed. 




Betsy L. Middleman 
Beaver Falls. Pa. 
Radio, TV and Film 



Carol S. Miller 
Reisterstown, Md. 
Recreation 



Kristy L. Miller 
Glen Arm, Md. 
Therapeutic Rec. 



Stephen B. Miller 
Oceanside, N.Y. 
Accounting 



Lorraine M. Ming 
Adelphi, Md. 
Marketing Mgt. 



230 



Roman M. Mirocki 

Columbia, Md. 

Botonv 




Barrett R. Milchi!ll 
loppatownn. Md. 
General Business 

Michael K. Mitchell 

Baltimore, Md. 

Horticulture 




Second Consecutive Year 10-18-78 



Jeannine L. Mizell 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Gen. Business & Mgt. 



John H. Moffctt 
Laurel, Md. 
Mathematics 




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Patricia A. Moonev 




Adelphi. Md. 
General Studies 


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Linda E. Moosher 


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Huntington Valley. Pa. 


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Home Econ. Education 


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Nancv E. Morgan 

Oxbn Hill. Md. 

lournalism 




Hosscin Moayeri 

Hyattsville, Md. 

Civil Engineering 

Steven A. Moerman 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Agronomy 



|an L. Mogcl 
Greenbclt, Md. 
Family Studies 

Jeffrey D. Mollerick 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Accounting & Finance 



Gregory B. Moore 

Arlington. Va. 

ZoologN' 

Ronald O. Moore 

Clinton, Md. 

Production Mgt. 



Michael L. Morgan 

Huntington Station. N.Y. 

Kinesiology' 

Janet L. Morchower 

Bethesda, Md. 

Hearing & Speech 



Louise Ann Moriey 

Adelphi, Md. 

English 

Kim C. Morris 
Bowie. Md. 
CriminologN' 




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231 




Nancy A. Morris 
Reisterstown, Md. 
Marketing 

Stephen Morrison 
Pars, and Labor Rel. 



Kenneth Morrow 
Marketing 

Gail S. Morse 
Bethesda, Md. 
Psychology 




Tim Jones & 900 Followers 



Mark W. Mowery 
Potomac, Md. 
Mech. Engineering 



Elizabeth Mucha 
Microbiology 




i 

vfiieller 



Diana C. MiTeT 

Polorriiic, Md. 
Special Ed. 



Diana Z. Mulligan 

Gaithcrsburg, Md. 

Interior Design 




P 

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Tammy C. Mue 
Westlawn. Pa. 
Physical Ed. 

Tara M. Mulhcrn 
Crnfton, Md. 
Government 



Fran. |. Mulnick 

lericho, N.Y. 

Economics 

Christine Murphey 
Silver Spring, Md. 



Commit Mass Suicide 1978 



Patricia D. Murphy 

Hillcrest Heights. Md. 

General Studies 



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Pete Mappi 

Rockville, Md. 

Finance 



Lori L. Nelson 

Silver Spring. Md. 

Music 



Nancy E. Neuvelt 
New York, N.Y. 
Accounting 




Kathy S. Myerberg 

Baltimore, Md. 

Hearing & Speech 

Rhonda L. Myers 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Ad. Design 



Barbara S. Neiger 

Washington. D.C. 

Accounting 

Carl A. Nelson 
Indian Head, Md. 
Radio, TV and Fil 



Richard S. Ncubarth 

Oceanside, N.Y. 

Urban Studies 

Albert M. Neumann Jr. 

Columbia, Md. 

Engineering 



Scott Nevin 
Criminology 

Sheree A. Nevicomb 

Kingsville. Md. 

Marketing 








First Non-Italian 




Catherine Ng 
Rockville, Md. 
Interior Design 

Son-Hai Ngo 
Kensington, Md. 
Chem. Engineering 



Hung Nguyen 
Hyattsville, Md. 
Elec. Engineering 

Khiem D. Nguyen 
Rockville, Md. 
Elec. Engineering 



Carl |. Nobile 
Eldersburg, Md. 
Finance 

Thomas F. Noble 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Chemistry 




Bao Si Nguyen 
Bowie, Md. 
Chem. Engineering 



Constance L. Nieburh 
Springfield, Va. 
Radio, TV and Film 



Tamara D. Noel 
Pikesville, Md. 
Accounting 



234 



Tamarra D. Noel 
Accounting 



Rosie G. Norita 

Andrews Air Force Base, 

Md. 

Elem. Education 



Diane M. Norton 

Adelphi, Mil 

General Studies 




Patricia Noone 
English Education 

Amy P. Nordcn 

Bowie, Md. 

Biochemistr\' 



Brad H. Norm. in 

Silver Spring, Md. 

PsychologN' 

Dennis G. Narrod H 
Silver Spring, Md. j^ 

Music ^V 



Ann C. Nothwanger 

Bethesda, Md. 

Animal Science 

Ed H. Novak 

Lancaster, Pa 

Finance 




Pope In 455 Years 1978 





Verna ]. Novak 
Baltimore, Md. 
Education 

Patrick ]. Nucci 
Beltsville, Md. 
Info. Systems Mgt. 



Alan S. Nusbaum 
New Rochelle, N.Y. 
Business 

Robert ]. O'Boyle 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Industrial Tech. 



Eileen D. O'Brian 
Silver Spring, Md. 
General Studies 

Leslie P. Ochital 
Freeport, N.Y. 
''§t Dietetics 



Michael ). O'Connell 
Potomac, Md. 
Mech. Engineering 

Anne E. O'Connor 
Wallingford, Pa. 
Anthropology 



lane A. Numeroff 
Mineola, N.Y. 
Marketing 



Debbie K. O'Brian 
Gaithersburg, Md. 
Recreation 



Patti C. Ochaschek 
Hyattsville, Md. 
Computer Science 



James D. O'Connor 
Hagarstown, Md. 
Anthropology 



First Test Tube 



236 




Karen B. Offitzer 

Flanders, N.j. 

Sociolog}' 




Christopher M. O'Hare 

New Carrollton, Md 

HistoiA 




Oloi 




Karen L. Orzechowski 

Kensington, Md. 

Chem. Engineering 




Barbara Oganosoff 

Silver Spring, Md. 

journalism 

Cecelia C. CJglc 

Mt. Air\', Md. 

Coordinated Diet. 



Robert O'Havcr 

Oxon Hill, Md. 

Accounting 

Robert A. Oliver 

Beltsville, Md. i 
Elec. Engineering 



Caryn S. Orenborg 

Silver Spring. Md. 

Dance 

Lourdes ). Ortega 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Hearing & Speech 



Cynthia L. Osburn 

Bethesda, Md. 

English 

Susan R. Ostrich 

Springfield, N.|. 

Therapeutic Rec. 




Baby Born 1978 



Brian T. O'SuUivan 

Somerset, N.j. 

Marketing/Transport. 



Asadur Ozkan 

Rockvillo, Md. 

Mechanical Engineerint; 




Brian O'Sullivan 
Transportation 

Myra J. Owers 
Elkton, Md. 
Special Ed. 



Lisa D. Packheiser 

Annapolis, Md. 

Business 

Steven J. Packles 

Adelphi, Md. 

Accounting 




237 




Tammara L. Paland 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
Special Ed. 

Kirk A. Palchefsky 
Laurel, Md. 
Spanish & French 



Dawn M. Palmer 
Potomac, Md. 
Therapeutic Rec. 

Katherine D. Paras 
Alexandria, Va. 
International Rel. 



Robert L. Paris 
Hagerstown, Md. 
Criminology 

Marilyn A. Parks 
Glenn Dale, Md. 
Family Studies 



Kenneth ]. Payne 
Hyattsville, Md. 
Law Enforcement 

Gregory D. Paytas 
Columbia, Md. 
Computer Science 



Jodi L. Peake 
Rockville, Md. 
Special Ed. 

Lisa S. Pear 
Cherry Hill, N. 
Marketing 



Michele H. Palenbaum 
East Meadow, N.Y. 
Therapeutic Rec. 



Denise R. Parietti 
New Carrollton, Md. 
Radio, TV and Film 



Sarah E. Patrick 
Alexandria, Va. 
Food Science 



WiUiam C. Peachey 
Rockville, Md. 
Govt. & Politics 



Carol J. Pearsall 
Hyattsville, Md. 
Recreation 



Regents Decide To Fire Associate 




Catherine F. Peck 
Adelphi, Md. 
Psychology 

Angeli que A. Pefinis 
Timonium, Md. 
Economics 



238 




Karen B. Penchansky 
Bayonne, N.|. 
Marketing 



Randy |. Penn 

Richmond, Va. 

Communih' Studies 



Vincent Perrone 
Journalism 




Physics Professor Beall 1-25-79 



I Randolph A. Peterson 
Pemberton, N.|. 
General Studies 




Bev A. Pfifferling 

Cheltenham, Pa. 

Marketing 

Phiet T. Pham 

Hyattsvillc. Md 

Elec. Engineering 




239 




Lien-Huong N. Pham 
Rockville, Md. 
Chem. Engineering 

Quynh-huong N. Phan 
Rockville, Md. 
Chem. Engineering 



Tsai-Yun Phillips 
Greenbelt, Md. 
Computer Science 

Brian R. Pia 

Fairfield. Conn. Speech 

Communications 



Ellen M. Pickering 
Short Hills, N.J. 
Psychology 

Beth D. Piekarski 
Upper Marlboro, Md. 
Psychology 



Elsira Pina 
Forestville, Md. 
Biochemistry 

Barbara A. Pingitore 
Silver Spring. Md. 
English 



George C. Pirpiris 
College Park, Md. 
Business & Mgt. 

Helen C. Pirpiris 
College Park. Md. 
Business & Mgt. 



Kimberly A. Placevk 

Olney, Md. 

Radio, TV and Film 

Thomas Piatt 
Zoology 




Scott B. Pittaway 
Severna Park, Md. 
Law Enforcement 



Carol S. Plumley 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Special Education 



Patty Hearst Released 



240 



Mona F. Pogerman 

Wheaton, Md. 

Mgl. & Consumc^r Stud. 



Robin H. Pollack 
Potomac, Md. 
Microbiology 



)ack Pontious 

Timonium, Md. 

Business 



Moira E. Potash 

Bethesda, Md. 

Zoo. & Microbiology' 



Chris Prcwitt 

Lanham. Md. 

Horticulture 



Susan M. Provost 
Middletown, N.Y. 
Civil Engineering 



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Nancy ). Poliachik 

Damascus, Md. 

Roc. Administration 

Lawrence P. Pollack 

Rockville. Md. 

Bolanv 



|ody Pollinger 

Randallslown. Md. 

Accounting 

Amy L. Polovoy 
Baltimore, Md. 
Govt. & Politics 



Thomas Porter 

Bethesda, Md. 

Accounting 

Patricia Posa 

Bowie, Md. 

Mathematics Education 



Joseph D. Potosky 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Finance 

Susanna Poulos 

Potomac, Md. 

Dance 



)eff M. Price 

Chevy Chase, Md. 

Economics 

Laura E. Proger 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Hearing & Speech 



Louis Puglese 

Baltimore, Md. 

Zoolog>' 

Frank K. Puhl 

Silver Spring. Md. 

Accounting 




From Prison 2-2-79 



241 




Anthony M. Purnell 
Snow Hill, Md. 
Accounting 

Daniel W. Quasney 
Pasadena, Md. 
Marketing 




Cheryl A. Quigley 
College Park, Md. 
Computer Science 



Iranian Regime Falls; 




Phyllis M. Radack 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Geology 

Carol S. Rader 
Livingston, N.j. 
Persnl. & Labor Rel. 



Abbe B. Radom 
Baltimore, Md. 
Family Studies 

Pamela S. Ralph 
Rockville Center, N.Y. 
Accounting 



Debbie C. Ratliff 
Winchester, Va. 
Early Child. Education 

Debbie ). Ratner 
Paramus, N.J. 
journalism 



Lida Rabiee 
College Park, Md. 
Production Mgt. 

Ann R. Reaback 
Lawrence, N.Y. 
Ad. Design 



Charles A. Reese 
Hanover, Md. 
Elec. Engineering 

Walter Reto 
Rockville, Md. 
Electrical Engr. 



Toni-Robin Radler 
Long Branch, N.J. 
Radio, TV and Film 



egma A. Rapp 
Washington, D.C. 
Elem. Education 




Jeffrey S. Ray 
Arnold, Md. 
Civil Engineering 



Philadelphia, Pa. 
Industrial Tech. 



Michael W. Reynolds 
Silver Spring, Md. 
American Studies 



Yvette Rhode 

Potomac. Md. 

Operations Res. 




Randy L. Riblcr 

Gaithcrsburg. Md. 

Comp. Sci. & Urban Stud. 

Douglass W. Ricci 

New Freedom, Pa. 

Elec. Engineering 



Bahktiar Missing 2-12-79 




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lanice A. Rick 
Baltimore. Md. 
Interior Design 




Virginia L. Riley 

Westminister, Md. 

Special Ed. 



Gregg A. Robertson 

Ellicott Cit>'. Md. 

Mech. Engineering 



Domitila Rodriguez 

Washington, D.C. 

Accting. & Spanish 



Donna L. Rolf 
Towson, Md. 
Radio. TV and Film 



Patricia Richards 
La n ham, Md. 
Biochemistry 

loseph N. Riod 

Rockville, Md. 

Marketing 



Byung C. Rim 

Landover, Md. 

Law Enforcement 

Susan P. Rittcrhoff ^ 
Timonium, Md. 1 
General Studies 



Anne E. Robinson 

Hillcrest Heights, Md. 

Biochcmistr\' 

James D. Rodgers| 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Chemistr\' 



Joseph Rodriguez 

Valley Stream. N.Y. 

Marketing 

Mary Ann Rogers 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Special Ed. 



Betsy G. Romanoff 
Baltimore. Md. 
Operations Res. 

Melody A. Rose 

Westminster, Md. 

Advertising 





Richard D. Rose 
Chevy Chase, Md. 
Ad. Design 

Ronald A. Rose 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Psychology 



Shelley F. Rosen 
Elkins Parks, Pa. 
Therapeutic Rec. 

Robin F. Rosenbloom 
Baltimore, Md. 
Advertising 




David M. Rosen 
Potomac, Md. 
Finance 



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Shelly L. Rosenthal 
Yonkers, N.Y. 
Special Ed. 



Fox Easily Wins 



Renee Ross 

Roslyn Heights, N.Y. 

Psychology 



Cheryl D. Rowe 
Richmond, Va. 
General Business 




Francina L. Roy 

Columbia. Md. 

Sociology' 



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Nancy A. Rubin 
Owings Mills, Md. 
Textiles & Apparel 




Steven R. Roys 

Baltimore, Md. 

Computer Science 

Diane j. Rubilolta 
Crofton. Md 
Govt. & Politii 



jeanine P. Riida 

District Heights. Md. 

Marketing 

Michael L. Rudolph 

Randallsburg. Md. 

Microbiolog>' 



SGA Presidency 3-1-79 



Carolyn ]. Ruhe 

Dickerson, Md. 

Recreation 



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Maureen E. Ruppert 

Gaithersberg, Md. 

Criminology 




Kari L. Rutkovitz 

Randallstown, Md. 

Earlv Child. Ed. 



Lori C. Sachs 

Bergenfield, N.j. 

Marketing 




Janet R. Runce 

New Kensington, Pa. 

Marketing 



Herman |. Ruoff 

Washington, D.C. 

Science Ed. 



Glenda R. Russe 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Urban Studies 

William J. Russell 
Rockville, Md. 

Accounting ^i 



Vivian N. Ryan 

Cheverly, Md. 

Agricultural Enginrg. 

Ira S. Sachs 

Baltimore, Md. 

Mech. Engineering 



David Lee Sacks 

Baltimore, Md. 

Info. Systems Mgt. 

Lori A. Safirstein 

Oceanside, N/N' 

Accounting 




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Voyager I Views 



Amalia Salazar 
Rockville, Md. 
Psychology 

Ellen L. Saltzman 
East Northport N.Y. 
Govt. & Politics 



Diane D. Salvatore 
Temple Hills, Md. 
Studio Art 

Patricia L. Samosuk 
Westminster, Md. 
Dance 



Warren W. Sapp 
Gaithersburg, Md. 
Persnl. & Labor Rel. 

Steven M. Satterfield 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Psychology 




Steven A. Saltzman 
Rockville, Md. 
Experimental Foods 



Michele S. Sapp 
Baltimore, Md. 
Hearing & Speech 



Carol ]. Sbarra 
North Bellmore, N.Y. 
Persnl. & Labor Rel. 



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Julie M. Scaffidi 

Lanham. Md. 

Individual Studies 



David F. Schek 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Histor>' 



Cindy E. Schief 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Therapeutic. Rec. 




Ira P. SchacchtiT 

West Caldwell, N I 

MarkoliiiL' 

Brvn Schiirll 

Rockvillf!, Md 

Math 



Lori Schenk 

Donna S. Scherc; 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Hearing & Speech 



VV. M. Quinn Schilling 

[arrettsville, Md 

Engineering^ 

Barbara S. Schlanskv 
New York, N.Y. 



Marketing 




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Kymberly A. Schmick 
Rockville, Md. 
Prsnl. & Labor Rel. 

John F. Schmitt 
Baltimore, Md. 
Physical Ed. 



William R. Schroeder 
Timonium, Md. 
Computer Science 

James G. Schuetzle 
College Park, Md. 
Computer Science 



Marian S. Schutz 
Hyattsville, Md. 
Animal Science 

Jeffrey I. Schwalb 
Millburn, N.J. 
Marketing 



Erich T. Schwartz 
Sandy Spring, Md. 
History 

Janev E. Schwartz 
Syosset, N.Y. 
General Business 





Debbie A. Schoonmaker 
Laurel, Md. 
Interior Design 



Valentine D. Schulze 
Grasonville, Md. 
Business 



Bennett L. Schwartz 
Larchmont, N.Y. 
Acct. and Finance 




John T. Schwartz Jr. 
Sandy Spring, Md. 
Gen. Bio. Science 



Gasoline Prices 



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Paul M. Schw.irtz 

Rosedalc, N.Y. 

MarkotinjJ 




Cvnthia R. Seagal 
Rutland, \ i 
Crimiiiolou\ 




Barbara S. Sellman 

Owings Mills. Md. 

Elem. Special Ed. 




Debra L. Sexton 

Vineland, N.). 

Criminology' 



Ronald L. Schwartz 

Wyndmoore, Pa. 

Personnel 

Peter N. Schweitzer 

Rockvilie. Md. 

Geologv' 



Lynda Rae Seidol 

Kensington, Md. 

Dietetics 

Susan M. Scigal 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Business Mgt. 



William ]. Semiatin 

Baltimore, Md. 

Mech. Engineering 

Gwenn P. Sevec 

Arnold, Md. 

Business & Mgt. 



Virginia A. Shanklo 
Silver Spring, Md 
Hearing & Speech 

Debra B. Shapiro 

Adelphi, Md. 

lournalism 



Rise Sharply 5-4-79 



]ay A. Shapiro 

Annapolis. Md. 

Computer Science 



Cho Hvun Shin 

Suitland. Md. 

Mrkt. & Bus. Admin. 





Mitchell [. Shapiro 

Bethesda, Md. 

American Studies 

Howard F. Shepard 

Montclair, N.|. 

Prsnl. & Labor Rel. 



Jane ). Shin 

Joppatowne, Md. 

Computer Science 

Dana E. Shinn 

Phoenix, Md. 

Advertising Design 




249 




Jay M. Shipley 
Pasadena, Md. 
Computer Science 

Marlene Shepel 
Frederick, Md. 
General Business 



Kathryn M. Shippe 
District Heights, Md. 
Psychology 

Robert B. Shoemaker 
College Park, Md. 
General Business 



Sharon R. Shufelt 
Hyattsville, Md. 
Outdoor Rec. 

Susan L. Sibbald 
Rockville, Md. 
Horticulture 



Jane Siegel 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Accounting 

Julia V. Siegel 
Lanham. Md. 
History 



Debra A. Simms 
Greenbeh, Md. 
Psych/Nursing 

Pamela D. Simon 
Smithtown, N.Y. 
Family Studies 




Lynne S. Shifron 
Criminology 



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Bowie, Md. 
Govt. & Politics 



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New York, N.Y. 
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Baltimore, Md. 
Business 



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Silver Spring, Md. 
Speech Comm. 



Nuclear Protest 



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Baltimore, Md. 
Agric. Resource Econ. 

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Suitland, Md. 
Finance 




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Hyattsville, Md. 
Gen. Bus., Econ. & 
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Potomac. Md. 
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Ellicott Cit>-. Md. 

Journalism 

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Edgewater. Md. 

General Sciences 




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New Carrolltown, Md. 

Recreation 

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White Plains, N.Y. 
Radio, TV and Film 



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Suelyn Smith 
Rockville, Md. 
Criminal Justice 



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North Bellmore, N.Y. 
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Marketing 



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Interior Design 

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Old Bethpage, N.Y. 



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Laurel, Md. 
Marketing 

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Beltsville, Md. 

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Silver Spring, Md. 
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Crofton, Md. 
Gen. Agriculture 




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Ellicott City, Md. 
Marketing 




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Wheaton, Md. 
English 



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Soelaiman 
Bandung, Indonesia 
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Baltimore, Md. 
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Baldwin. NY. 

Spanish 



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Bethcsda, Md. 

Physical Education 



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Middletown, N.|. 

Criminology' 



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Columbia. Md. 

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Ft. Washington. Md. 

Psycholog\- 



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Columbia, Md. 

Biochemistry 





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Lawrence, N.^' 

Marketing 

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Forestvillc, Md 

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New Carrollton, Md. 

Gen. Business 

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Severna Park, Md. 

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Chestertown, Md 

Music 

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Burtonville, Md. 

Transportation 



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Bryanstown, Md. 
Elem. Education 

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Rockville. Md. 

Indust. Tech. 



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Rockville, Md. 

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Mt. Rainier, Md. 

Zoology 



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Chappaqua. N.Y. 

Accounting 

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Criminology' 




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New York, N.Y. 
Gen. Bus. Admin. 

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Bethesda, Md. 
Criminology 




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Montreal, Can. 
Marketing/Bus. 



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Rockville, Md. 
Microbiology 

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Bowie, Md. 
Intramural Athl. 

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Jefferson, Md. 
Animal Science 



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Washington, D.C. 
Accounting 

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Silver Spring, Md. 
Radio, TV and Film 



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History 

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Silver Spring, Md. 
General Studies 



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Silver Spring, Md. 
Economy 

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Wheaton, Md. 
Civil Engineering 




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New Carrollton, Md. 
Conserv. Res. Mgt. 




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Silver Spring, Md. 
Zoology 



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Miami, Fla. 
Bus./Prsnl. & Labor Rel. 




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Silver Spring, Md. 
Radio, TV, and Film 




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West Orange, N.J. 
Marketing 



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Arlington, Va. 
Elcclical Engr. 






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Arlington, Va. 

(^homical Engr. 

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OInoy, Md. 

Physical Education 




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Silver Spring, Md. 

Electrical Engr. 



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Montclair, N.|. 

Special Education 




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Olney, Md. 

Pre-Physical Therapy 



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East Meadow. N.Y. 

Therapeutic Rec. 




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Haworth. N.J. 

Early Childhood Ed. 




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Silver Spring, Md. 

Psychology 



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Lakewood, N.J. 

Dietetics 

Kenneth M. Torccro 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Radio, TV, and Film 



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Fanwood, N.J. 

Criminology 

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Gambrills, Md. 

Zoology 



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Institution Admin. 

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Rockville, Md. 

Sociology 



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Silver Spring, Md. 

Finance 

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Silver Spring, Md. 

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Oxon Hill, Md. 
Accounting 

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Miami, Fla. 
Food Science 



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Silver Spring, Md. 
Chemical Engineer 

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Rockville, Md. 
Computer Science 




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Woodsboro, Md. 
Agricultural Educ. 



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Germantown, Md. 
^< Therapeutic Rec. 




Fred C. Tsao 
Bowie, Md. 
Mechanical Engr. 

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Potomac, Md. 
Vocational Indus. Educ. 



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New York, N.Y. 
Nutrition 

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Anchorage, Alaska 
journalism 



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Bowie, Md. 
Recreation 



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Camp Springs, Md. 
Studio Art 



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Julie M. Vanderslicc 

Accokiik, Mil 

Fashion Design 

John M. V'assaln 


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Glen Arm. Md. 

Zoology 

David Y. Van Scov 

Miliersvillc. Md. 

Finance 

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Vienna. Va. 

Finance 




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Silver Spring. Md. 

Architecture 




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Physical Education 




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Hyattsville. Md. r 
Electrical Engr. 




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Art Studio 



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Columbia. Md. T 
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Randallstown, Md. v 
General Studies ■' 

Arthur J. Vientc 

Silver Spring. Md. 

Radio. TV. and Film 



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Cambridge, Md. 

Civil Engineering 

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Columbia, S.C. 



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Forestville. Md. 

Urban Studies 

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Fair Lawn. N.|. 

Marketing 



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Hyattsville. Md. 

Recreation 

John D. Warfield 

Annapolis, Md. 

Marketing 




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Silver Spring, Md. 
Marketing 

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Rockville, Md. 
Zoology 



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Potomac, Md. 
Interior Design 

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North Woodmere, N.Y. 

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Barbara G. Weiner 
Sharpsburg, Md. 
Recreation 

Richard H. Weiner 
Hackensack, N.J. 
Gvpt. & Politics 




Diane Waszkiewicz 
Columbia, Md. 
Finance 



Naomi Weimer 
New Oxford, Pa. 
Agriculture Educ. 



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Randallstown, Md. 
Urban Studies 



Students Protest 




Jodi B. Weinstein 
Baltimore, Md. 
Psychology 

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Jenkintown, Pa. 
Fashion Merchandising 



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Silver Spring, Md. 
General Studies 

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Hyattsville, Md. 
Family Development 



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North Woodmere, N.Y. 
General Business 

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Silver Spring, Md. 
Art History 




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Bronxville, N.Y. 
Marketing 



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Waldorf, Md. 
Business 




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Silver Spring, Md. 
Engineering 



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Tovvson. Mil. 

Special Ediicatioii 



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Gaitherstnirg, Md. 
Special Etlucation 



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Bronx. NY. 

loiirnalism 




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St. lames. N.Y. 

Organizational Comm. 

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Sudlcrsville. Md. 

Animal Science 



Terry Whitaker 
Agric. & Resource Econ. 

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College Park. Md. 
Computer Science 



Margaret E. Whiteside 

Annapolis. Md 

Radio, TV, and Film 

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Baltimore. Md. 

Communitx' Health 




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Bethesda, Md. 
Studio Art 

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Hyattsville, Md. 
Psychology 



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Bayonne, N.J. 
Art Education 

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Greenbelt, Md. 
Computer Science 



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Hyattsville, Md. 
Journalism 

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Washington, D.C. 
Communications 



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Baltimore, Md. 
Biological Sciences 

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Hyattsville, Md. 
Advertising Design 



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J. Steven Wilkinson 
Frederick, Md. 
Zoology 



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New Carrollton, Md. 
Computer Science 



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Adelphi, Md. 
Art History 



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Waldorf, Md. 
Urban Studies 



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Hyattsville, Mci. 

Elemenlarv Ediic. 




Margaret L. Wixon 

Kensington. Md. 

Spanish 




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Potomac, Md. 

Special Education 




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Baltimore. Md. 

Textiles it Apparel 




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West Laurel. Md 

Animal Science 

|amie A. Wissemann 

Bowie. Md. 

Business & Mgt. 



Alan H. VVohl 

College Park. Mi I 

Business 

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Rockville. Md. 

Civil Engineering 



Barbara Wolff 

Brigantine. N | 

Microhiolo>^\ 

Judith E. Wolk 

Huntingdon Valley, Pa. 

Special Education 



Richard Wong 

Flushing. N.Y. 

Economics 

Stanley Wong 
Civil Engineering 




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Carol E. Wood 

Rockville. Md. 

Criminology 



Jeanne K. Wright 

Pittsburgh. Pa. 

Finance & Economics 




Wendv L. Woodrow 

Port" Chester. N.Y. 

Art Education 

Wade H. Woodworth 

University,' Park, Md. 

Marketing 



Timothy B. Wright 

Beltsville. Md. 

Zoology & Psycholog\- 

Pamela Wykes 
Pre-Veterinarv 




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George L. Xhilone 
Woodstown, N.|. 
Radio, TV and Film 

Howard S, Yablon 
Gaithersburg, Md. 
Accounting 



Tony On-Wing Yah 
Silver Spring, Md. 
Accounting 

Lee Yelenesics 
Greenbelt, Md. 
General Studies 



Jon j. Yoder 
Glen Burnie, Md. 
Marketing 

John Yokely 
Damascus, Md. 
Mechanical Engr. 



Jesse D. Young 
West Germany 
Marketing 




Mark F. Yampolsky 
Livingston, N.J. 
Biology 




Cindy S. Yetter 
Bowie, Md. 
Gvpt. & Politics 




Caroline M. Yoor 
Baltimore, Md. 
Business Mgt. 



Gwendolynn Y. Youngblood 

Lanham, Md. 

Chemistry 




Bonnie Zaben 
Randallstown, Md. 
Individual Studies 



Hassaon Zamanzadeh 
Baltimore, Md. 
Software Engr. 



Our Time Has Come To 



Jerry Zabronsky 

Sharon L. Zallis 
Randallstown, Md 
Criminology 




Howard Zarabet 
Baldwin, N.Y. 
Business & Marketing 

Louis W. Zeldman 
Rockville, Md. 
Law Enforcement 




Nancy Zeitzoff 
Baltimore, Md. 
Sociology 



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Stephen A. Zc^llcr 

Timonium, Mel. 

Electrical Engr. Tech. 




Mark R. Zimmerni.m 

Bcthesii.i. Mil 

Accouiitin.i; 




Arthur P. Ziickir 
Livingston. N.|. 
General Studios 




Diane Dunning 




Mer\'l D. Goodj^nld 

[ericho, N.^i'. 

Marketing 




Frank A. Zit;niski 

Baltimore. Mil 

General Business 

Robin L. Zimclman 

Schenectady. N.Y. 

Accounting 



loseph E. Ziohrowski 

Putnam, Gonn 

Accovmtinji 

|odee A. Zitieman 

Chevy Ghase, Md 

Finance 



Maureen E. Ruppert A!!(mi 

Gaitherslnirg, Md. 

Griminnlog\' 

Sheryi Dubick 
Interior Design 



Jennifer Fennell 
Radio, TV and Film 

[uliet Freeman 
Lincoln, Dc. 
Griminology 



Dorian W. [annev 
Beltsville, Md. 

Elysa Petersohn 

Potomac. Md. 

Marketing 




Cope With The Future 



Ira M. Smelkinson 

Baltimore. Md. 

Accounting 




Denisc VVescott 

Moorostown, N.j. 

Physical Educ. 

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Kensington, Md. 

Early Ghildhood Educ. 




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16 N.C. State 
22 Duke 

17 Mt. Washington 
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21 Penn. State 

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CONSECUTIVE PLAYOFF BID 



The 1979 Univorsit\' Lacrosse Team 
under the Icaclcrship of Coach C.A. 
"Bud" Boardmore continued its trend of 
national ch)minancc. The Terrapins, 
ranked second nationally, compiled a 
regular season record of 9-1. 

The season, for the most part was 
successful, with the only elusion being 
that of a national championship. The 
Terrapins compiled victories over Mt, 
Washington 17-12, the defending Cluh 
Champion, and ACC rival Virginia 17-13 
to take the ACC Championship. The 
only loss during the rcgidar season came 
at the hands of |ohns Hopkins during a 
closely battled game. The game was held 
close until the end when Hopkins went 
on top by two goals with only minutes 
remaining. The Terrapins, however 
failing to give up came liack to tie the 
score at 12-12. Hopkins then scored on a 
power goal to take the lead to eventualK 
win 13-12. 

The Terrapins, who maintained 
good depth, were only crippled by one 
major injury, that being to All-American 
midfielder Pete Worstoll, who was 
bothered throughout the year with back 
and shoulder problems. The return of 



Worstell should provt; to be; a jjositive 
fact or in the Terrapin's hunt to the 
national championship in the coming 
year. Another bad turn for the Terps was 
the elimination of the face-off, a 
traditionally strong spot for the Ter- 
rapins. The face-off, however was put 
back into play for the upcoming season. 
After the regular season, the 
Terrapins entered the playoffs for the 
ninth consecutive year. In the opening 
round, the Terrapins battled a tough 
Syracuse squad, who played the entire 
game tough. The Terrapins, however 
prevailed 16-13 to gain the right to play 
in the semi-finals for the ninth straight 
year. The game pitted Maryland against 
Navy, with the Terrapins coming out the 
victor 15-10. Next came the right to play 
for the national championship at College 
Park. The Terrapins came out fired up 
and took the early lead, only to have 
Hopkins come back to tie the score up at 
the end of the quarter. That was as close 
as the game was with Hopkins coming 
out exploding in the second quarter. 
Hopkins went on to win the game 15-9 to 
shatter any hopes the Terrapins had of a 
national championship, while Hopkins 



prevailed ft)r thi; second consecutive 
year. 

Eight Terps played impressively 
enough to gain All-American honors. 
These honors were bestowed upon Bob 
Boneillo and Barry Mitchell, who made 
first team cudos. |ohn Lamen and Bob 
Ott received second team honors, while 
Hil Prey received third team honors. 
Honorable Mention awards were given 
to Randy Ratliff, Bryant Waters and Ron 
Martinello. Boneillo also received the 
honor of being named ACC Player of the 
Year along with Attackman of the Year 
across the country. |ohn Lamen and 
Randy Ratliff also participated in the 
annual North-South game played at 
U.M.B.C. They also received the honor 
of being named the captains of the South 
squad. 

The Terrapins, who lost their entire 
defense due to graduation, will find 
themselves in somewhat of a rebuilding 
stage. However, with the return of a 
powerful offense, Maryland may once 
again find themselves in the thick of 
another national championship race. 




1st Row (L to R): Mike Voucas. Randv Ratliff, Bob Holland. Bob Ott, Wilson Phipps. |ohn Lamon. Terr>- Kimball. Ed Pray, Bryant Waters. 

2nd Row |L to R): Barr\' Mitchell. Mark Burdelt. Ron Martinello. Bob Boneillo. leb Scanneli. Wayne Martinello, Rich Shassian. Mike Farrell. Klay lohnson, Tom 

Garland. 

3rd Row |L to Rl; Bill Foster. Nick Manis. Rick Mover. John Ebmeier, Mark Wheeler. Lee Boddcry. Phil Mueller. Kevin Scanneli, Chuck Lacey. 

4th Row |L to R): Low Zeldman (manager), Mike Duffy. Rob Rcmilen. Dave Saunders. Steve Grace, Mike Blair. Jim Claborn, Pete Worstell, Don Sadler. Roy 

Zeldman jmanagerl. 

5th Row (L to R): Asst. Coach Craig Hubbard. Head Coach "Bud ' Beardmore, Asst. Coach Bert Caswell. Asst. Coach Mike Farrell. 



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WOMENS' LACROSSE STYX 
THROUGH 10-6 SEASON 



The Womcns' Lacrosse Team, 
under the direction of Suzanne Tyler, 
continued a winning streak by a 10-6 
record. The team captured its third 
consecutive Mar\land Collogo Womcns' 
Lacrosse Association Championship by 
defeating Salisbury (24-2|, Johns 
Hopkins (17-1), and their rival; Towson 
State (13-3). 

The season was characterized by 
one point games. In their ever>' loss, the 
team missed by one goal while their wins 
were by a substantial margin. The team 
had a high outlook on the season, they 
managed to place sixth in the country at 
the National AIAW Tournament. ]udy 
Dougherty with 40 goals and 37 assists 
and Lisa Pierce with 36 goals and 22 
assists combined to total 80''. of the 
team's scoring. 



Many individual and team records 
were eclipsed by the team, their 183 total 
goals broke the previous mark of 151. 
They scored 26 goals against Essex 
which was a high. In playing [ohns 
Hopkins, only one goal against them to 
tic a record held from 1975. 

The individual marks were set by 
Judy Dougherty, who tallied six assists in 
a single game, 37 for the season, 11 points 
in a single game and n for the overall 
season. The goalie, Denise Wescott 
broke two records, she previously held 
by accumulating 190 saves for the season 
and 22 against West Chester for a single 
game record. 

Sandy Lanahan and Tracie Duncan 
added support when needed, while 
Patty Foster added a strong depth on 
defense. 





1st Row |1 to r): Laura LeMire, Denise Wescott. Tami Gannon, (captain). Sue Critchfield (captain). Joanne Lindblade. M. OConnell. Amy 
Schreiber. Sue Brown. P. Foster. 2nd Row: Sue Tyler (Head Coach). Liz Price (Asst. Coach), Judy Dougherty. )udy Griffing. GiGi Daley, Sandy 
Lanahan, Tracie Duncan, Dawn Goodall, Lisa Pierce. Sandy Worth (Hd. Trainer), Terry Black (Stud. Trainer). Kathy Herring (Manager). G. 
Adams (Assl. Coach). 



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TENNIS 7-10 


4 Old Dominion 

3 Virginia 

6 Swarthmore 

6 George Washington 

9 North Florida 

6 Gainesville College 

8 Kent State 

6 lacksonville, St. 

3 Duke 


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3 Wake Forest 6 

3 Clemson 6 

4 Harvard 5 

1 N.C. State 8 

2 North Carolina 7 
6th ACC Tournament 

6 How^ard 3 

3 Navy 6 





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FALTER THROUGH SEASON 




The Mens' Tennis Team, coached 
by Royal P. Doyles, had a mediocre 7-10 
record. Bad weather and the loss of a key 
player caused the season a unfortunate 
disadvantage. 

The team co-captains. John (M.son 
and Robert Weise didn't play that badly. 
The loss of Peppy Boveda after three 
weeks into the season was unexpected. 
Boveda took advantage of a six year 
medical school scholarship. The team's 
hopes for a winning season were 
shadow^ed by rain which cancelled four 
matches at the end of the year. The team 
played tough all season, due to no team 
being a dominant force over Maryland. 

In the ACC Tournament, the Terps 
tied with Wake Forest. The extraordin- 
ary point of the ACC Tournament is that 
all the teams are in the top 35 in the 
nation. The ACC is also the second 
conference leader in depth. 

Some All-Around plays were 
performed by the Terps. Craig Harden- 
burgh finished the season with a singles 



record of 12-5. Hardenburgh also went 
to the semi-finals in the ACC Singles 
Tournament. The doubles combination 
of Olson and Madan came within a 
hairline of winning the ACC Doubles 
Tournament, losing 7-6 in the final set to 
number one. Duke. 

Bob Weise went on his own over the 
summer to gain some grand prix 
qualifying points toward the pro tour. 

The team had a productive fall with 
many of the players gaining experience. 
In the two tournaments played. Mary- 
land finished second out of four teams at 
the Washington and Lee Invitational and 
finished third out of nine teams at the 
Nav>' Invitational. 

Coach Doyles' outlook for the future 
is good, with the addition of freshman. 
Inaki Calba. who was the number one 
junior player in 1978 and now is sixth 
ranked in Mens' from Venezuela; Gary 
Kittay from Baltimore; Blaise Keatting 
from Michigan and John Frank from 
Maryland. 




Front Row: (L to R) Wade Batterton. Nausher Madan, Craig Hardenbergh. Coach Royal. Second Row: Bruce Howard, John Olson, 
Scott Rowlands, Robert Weise. 



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The 1979 VVomens' Tennis Team 
and their first year coach, Sylvia 
Feldman, achieved an overall record of 
4-4 and a record 1-4 in the ACC. 

In the individual tournaments the 
Terrapins had a good season. In the 
George Mason Tournament, the team 
placed third out of 19 schools, while 
winning the second flight, and begin the 
runner up in the thiril and fourth flights. 
In the ACC Tournament, the Terps came 
away with a 6th place finish. In the 
Salisbury Tournament, the team place 
5th while they managed to gain the 
semi-finals in the singles championship 
level. 

Coach Feldman feels the return of 
Betsy Jablonski and the addition of 
Freshman Car\n Schnidler, who won 
her State High School Championship 
and ranked seventh in the 1979 MALTA 
Sectional Rankings, will benefit the 
team immensely. 

Coach Feldman's outlook on the 
team is one of promise because they 
seem tougher and they work daily to gain 
the physical and mental toughness they 
need. She looks forward to an improved 
team in the spring and fall. 





Front Row: Sylvia Feldman (Head Coach). Caryn Schindler. Verna Schneider, Norma Chemer, Karen Denison^Diane Dunning, Lisa 
Magarill Back Row. Mary Beth Keil. Randi Smith. Kristen Schoek. Greta Laughery. Cynlh.a Hoddmtoo. Mary PrebU. 



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BASEBALL 








15-20-1 




MD 




MD 






7 


Duke 


5 2 


North Carolina 


9 


4 


Duke 


1 4 


Catholic University 


1 


4 


Richmond 


7 1 


Wake Forest 


2 


2 


Mercer 


5 8 


Baltimore University 


7 


7 


Mercer 


4 3 


Virginia 


2 


4 


Mercer 


5 4 


Virginia 


2 


2 


Rollins 


3 5 


Virginia 


8 


2 


Ohio State 


4 4 


North Carolina 


15 


3 

3 


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5 

2 2 
* ■ 7 3 


N.C. State 

Towson 

Clemson 


1 
3 
5 


2 


Ohio State 


2 6 


Clemson 


2 


3 


Seton Hall 


6 9 


Navy 


13 


2 


George Washington 4 13 


Baltimore 


3 


4 


Howard 


9 9 


Georgetown 


D 


4 


Wake Forest 


6 13 


George Mason 


12 


5 


East Carolina 


10 8 


U.M.B.C. 


9 


7 


N.C. State 


22 7 


U.M.B.C. 


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BASEBALL STRIKES OUT SEASON 



The 1979 Maryland Baseball team, 
under tho command of Coach Elton S. 
Hack) lackson endod tho season with a 
disappointing 15-20-1 record. 

Due to the lack of experience and 
poor weather conditions the team 
suffered. The team started the season 
with 3 freshman. 6 sophomores, and 1 
junior. It was considered a young team, 
who with a little more experience woulil 
have had a better season. The defense 
playing was excellent but. the hitting 
wasn't up to par. 

The high point of the season came 
on a one hit victory over Clemson, the 
only loss which Clemson had in the 
conference. The Terrapins finished 
third in the ACC. 

Some key injuries that hurt the 
season was: Clifton Packer hurt his knee 
and Gordon Hawkins, who was drafted 



by the Texas RangcMs nut nf high .school. 
suffered an arm injury. 

Coach lackson termed this as .i 
rebuilding year with a chance to g(n 
some experience. Most of the players 
were in summer leagues to stay in shape. 
Two strong points were; Scott Smith, an 
All-Star pitcher in the Industrial League 
and Pete Sinopoli, who played in the 
U.S. and Pan American games. 

The Tcrps then came back to post .i 
40-3-1 record in the Fall to make the 
coaches very anxious im- the spring 
season to roll around. 

Coach Jackson feels they arc loaded 
with talent, pitching, good defen.se, and 
plenty of experience. The strong part of 
the team will be in their pitching, with 
Smith and Sinopoli. 
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Isl Row |L to Rl: Noal Merrick. Bol) Oswald. Scolt Smith. Scoll Vonlurolli. Bill Owens. Gordon Hawltins. Kevin Wilson. Steve lordan, Steve 
Hagerman. Tonv Mag^ard. Robert Pavne. josepli Lynch. Marie Hayncs, Pete Sinopoli. ,„.,,, , v ,u„ Cio„or 

2nd Row: Coach Raymond Ruffing. Coach Bruce Trader. Richard Dinnis. Frank Kaloustian, )cff Eaton. leff Schaefer. ]oe Kerley. btever 
Johnson. Cliff Parker. George E. Frazee. Mgr.. Mgr. [ohnson. Coach Elton S [ackson. 



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279 



GOLF 



9th Marshall Invit. 

11th Palmetto Invit. 

8th Duke Iron Classic 

9th Furman Intercoll. Tourn 

1st Naval Academy Invit. 

6th ACC Championship 
Tourn. 





280 



GOLFERS BOGEY SPRING, 
BIRDIE FALL 



The 1979 Golf Team under the 
supervision of Coach Randy Hoffman, 
went through a mediocre spring, but 
returned in the fall with a much 
improved team. The reason for the off 
season was due to bad weather in the 
early spring, not leaving enough time for 
practice before a few matches. 

The team under the leaderships of 
co-captains, Eric Smith and Larry [ones, 
started off the season with a 9th place 
finish at the Marshall Invitational at 
West Virginia. This seemed to be the 
tone that was set for the rest of the 
season. 

In match play, the team was 
undefeated, 7-0, however rankings are 
based on the school that finish in high 
caliber tournaments, which the Terps 
didn't achieve. But as the season 
progressed, experience prevailed and 



they finished first in the NavT Academy 
Invitational. The Terps also took low 
individual honors by Fred Funk with a 
78-69. Followed by Eric Smith with a 
74-74. Funk also finished ninth of 120 
players in the Southern Intercollegiate 
Tournament. 

In the ACC tournament, the Terps 
finished 6th, their worse finish in 10 
years. Bob Daly was low man, as he 
finished 8th. 

The summer was a productive time 
for some Maryland golfers. A few took 
individual awards; Fred Funk won the 
Mid-Atlantic Amateur title in West 
Virginia, Larry )ones won the Kendridge 
Tournament in Virginia and Steve Smith 
won the Virginia Amateur and the 
Virginia Open. 

In the fall, Maryland was one of the 
outstanding teams while finishing 2nd 



out of 20 teams. Also Mike Richter, who 
tied for first place in the Yale Invitation- 
al Individual Tournament and Eric 
Smith, who finished 5th in the |im 
Corbilt Tournament. Mar\'land placed 
13th out of 18 teams. The reason for this 
is due to a player signing the wrong card 
giving seven strokes away. In the Kings 
Mill Invitational, Maryland finished 
first out of 12 teams with Eric Smith 
coming in second with a 74-75 score. In 
the final tournament, the |ohns Hopkins 
Invitational, the Terps fini.shed first out 
of 12 teams, while playing second team. 
The low honors were awarded to Marty 
Vybihal and Steven Lavoie, who tied at 
74. 

This year with an earlier spring 
schedule and some good weather, the 
team should be in the running for high 
honors. 




1st Row |L 10 R): Steve Smith, jem' Freishtat. Eric Smith. Larry [ones. Robert Fr>'ar,Fred Funk 2nd Row: Coach Randy Hoffman. Mike Richter, 
Richard Getek. Gary Fox. Noel Caruso. Bob Darling, jerry Courville 



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MD. 

1 James Madison 





MD. 

1 Penn State 





Virginia 
2 ■ American 
Navy 
Michigan 


1 

1 
1 

2 


4 Catholic Univ. 
Howard Univ. 
Baltimore Univ. 
3 Duke 


1 
1 
1 
4 


Loyola College 1 

1 George Washington 2 

2 N.C. State 3 
1 Towson 2 


North Carolina 

Clemson 

1 Old Dominion 


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SOCCER TEAM PASSES OUT 



'Vhr. 1979 Soccer Team, under the 
direction of Coach |im Dietsch, had a 
very frustrating year. Their overall 
record of 5 wins and 12 losses is 
misleading. 

The team outplayed most of their 
opponents, but failed to score on offense. 
They called the .season the "Snake Bite," 
because ten out of the twelve losses were 
by one goal; five in double overtime, and 
eight of which they out played their 
opponent. 

The highlights of the season cami; in 
defeating Penn State and Old Dominion 
in the season finale, knocking them out 
of the playoffs. 

Ron McKeever was the Terrapins' 
leading scorer followed by freshman, Ed 
Gauss. Also Scott Boddery received All 
South and All ACC Honors as Half- 
back. 

The team, which consisted of ten 
freshmen will be a team of the future, 
with only losing five seniors. Two 
freshman; G.A. Reid and Nick Wiener 
are high on the coach's starting from day 
one. 



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FIELD HOCKEY 






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MD. 




MD. 


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LaSalle College 


2 


2 James Madison 2 


1 


Davis & Elkins 


2 


Rutgers Univ. 


9 


Longwood College 


1 


1 Ohio State 


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3 William & Mary 


1 


Penn State 


3 


8 Frostburg 


3 


Ursinus College 
Delaware 


2 

9 


5 Virginia 4 
3 West Chester EAIAW 1 


2 


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2 Rutgers EAIAW 1 


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Salisbury 


1 


1 Penn State EAIAW 2 


L 


Towson State 





2 Washington State 
AIAW Natl. 1 








284 



FIELD HOCKEY TEAM GETS 
FOULED IN NATIONAL 
TOURNAMENT 



The 1979 Field Hockey team 
under the direction of head coach 
Sue Tyler proved to be one of the top 
teams in the country. Sue Tyler 
staled, "This has been the best 
season in Maryland history." The 
team finished with a final record of 
15-4-4 for the year and ranked 
number three in the country. A few 
players that contributed to the 
season are: Dcnise Wescott. the 
goalkeeper, recorded eight shutouts 
and Karen Cocker, fullback, was 
outstanding on the defense end. 
Also, Judy Pogert^', was the leading 
scorer for the season as center 
forward. Sandy Lanahan played 
throughout the year guarding the top 
scorer on every team. Coach Tyler 
said, "She was key to the low scoring 
games, a ver\' tough defensive player 
who can't be beat one on one." 

Another of the top players was 



Laura LeMire who was selected as a 
second team Ail-American and 
granted a tryout for the Olympics. 

The team's losses in the regular 
season were extremely close. For 
instance, in the games with Davis 
and Elkins we lost by only one goal, 
and lost in the Penn State game by 
two goals. 

In post season playing, the 
Terps played tough, while losing to 
Penn State, 3-2 in the Regional 
Tournament and then a loss to Long 
Beach, 2-1 in the Semi-Finals of the 
National Tournament. The team 
then went on to win the consolation 
game to finish third in the country. 

The highlights of the season 
came when we beat Ursinias, for the 
first time and defeating West 
Chester, the four time defending 
National Champs, twice in one 
season. 





Front Row: Marilyn Patrick. Sandra Lanahan. Deborah Swanson. Lynn Frame, Debra Faktorow, Karen Kocur, Dee Walker (Student 
Trainer). Back Row: Linda Dicolo (Asst. Coach], Suzanne Tyler (Head Coach). Grace Daley. ludith Dougherty. Laura LeMire. Denise 
Wescott. Tracie Duncan. Cvnthia Soth. Sarah Schofield. Ginny Adams. Sandra Worth (Trainer). 



285 




286 



GRAPPLERS PIN DOWN OPPONENTS 




Th(! Miiryliind Wroslliny team, iindtT |(ihn 
McHiigh's coachirifj, were jjoinj; through a rebuilding 
|)(!ri()d and made a rcspectalile showing. Their big losses 
were in the 134 pountl and 158 pound class, but despite 
this, the team felt they could compete with the league 
powers. 

After two earlv all season losses the Terps bounced 
back to beat the defending ACC champ. N.C. State 23-20 
in a closely fought match. The two outstanding feats for 
the Terps came at the 167 pound class with junior. Kevin 
Colabucci and in the heavy weight category junior. Bob 
Tornstall. 

The T(M[)s had an up and down season, never really 
reaching lh(! |)()tenti.il tht.-y thought they could, however 
a respectable showing did make the season somewhat of 
a satisfactory one. 



WRESTLING 




9-6 




MD. 


MD. 




16 Duke 24 


23 N.C. State 


20 


35 George Mason 7 


32 Pittsburgh 


4 


13 Virginia Tech. 24 


14 North Carolina 


28 


40 Indiana State 8 


29 Virginia 


17 


15 Navy 26 


16 Army 


21 


43 Richmond 9 


29 Columbia 


12 


20 Clemson 23 


40 Lycoming 


6 


46 Towson State 3 




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287 



TERP FIVE DRIBBLE 



MEN'S BASKETBALL 20-6 




TO NATIONAL PROMINENCE 

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The 1979-80 l)asketl)all lean) under 
the direction of Charles "Lefty" Driesell 
improved from what had been anticipated. 
So called "experts" predicted the team 
would finish no better than sixth in the 
final ACC standings because a strong 
center was not recruited. However. 
"Lefty" Driesell pulled the trump card and 
moved "Buck" Williams to center and 
Ernie Graham to forward. The countr\ 
forsaw a mediocre showing for the Terps. 
but they proved them wrong. 

The Terps finished number one in the 
regular season. Center "Buck" Williams 
started controlling the league at his 
position following an early injury which 
sidelined him for most of the first half of 
the season. Williams dominated all ACC 
centers by outscoring and out rebounding 
all of them, with the exception of Dukes 
Giminiski, they were tied. 

Greg Manning, who went from point 
guard to shooting guard, put forth a slow 
start but went out to be tops in the league 
for shooting percentages and free throw 
shooting. He was also named sixth in the 
countn,' in field goal shooting |64 percent) 
and fifth in free throw shooting (91 
percent). 

Albert King, the accepted team leader, 
put in his first showing in his three year 
stint at Maryland. King, who raised game 
high at 32 points was one of the leagues top 
scorers with a 21.7 point per game average 
and also averaging six rebounds a game. 
Ernie Graham, who was moved from 
shooting guard to forward, averaged 17 
points a game. He also was able to pull 
down eight rebounds a game. 

"Dutch" Morley and Reggie (ackson 
split time at the point guard position for the 
year. Jackson proved to be a better scorer 
towards the end of the year, but Morley 
proved ver\' effective in assists and steals. 
Taylor Baldwin, who started as center 
for the injured "Buck" Williams, got to the 
point where his slam dunks were crowd 
amazers. 

The Terps started off the year with a 
strong showing of an 11-1 record. An early 
ACC loss to N.C. State invoked the team 
and they proceeded to win six straight 
games before a heart breaking loss to 
Clemson. The Terps then loss their next 
ACC game to Duke before they went on to 
defeat Wake Forest for the ACC regular 
season championship. All the losses were 
ones that had been road games with low 
scoring differences. The Terps as a team 
were ranked third in the country in field 
shooting (54.5 percent). 




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appearance. 




Front Row: (L to R): Ion Robinson. lohn Veal. Greg Morley. Reggie lackson. Greg Manning. Back Row: Albert King. Ernest Graham. lohn 
Bilnev. Dave Henderson. Taylor Baldwin. Mark Fothergill. Charles Williams. 



291 




292 




293 



WOMEN REBOUND TO 



WOMENS' 


BASKETBALL 13-8 




MD. 




MD. 




94 Georgia Tech. 


78 


85 Clemson 


69 


90 Howard University 


65 


82 Duke 


63 


89 Montclair State 


53 


66 N.C. State 


69 


104 Edinboro State 


70 


117 Wake Forest 


53 


58 Old Dominion 


66 


67 Pittsburgh 


66 


78 Rutgers 


11 


66 Cheyney State 


62 


62 North Carohna 


64 


11 Rutgers 


85 


61 S. Carolina 


63 


100 Wake Forest 


49 


71 Louisiana Tech. 


^^'^ 1 92 Clemson 


61 


79 S.F. Austin 


^° 1 75 N.C. State 


85 


n Virginia 


63 1 







294 



FINISH IN HIGH ACCORD 



The 1979-80 VVomens' Basketliall 
team with Chris Wellcr as Head Coach. 




came to be one of the top ranked teams 
in the country, rcachinjj national 
|)rominence. 

Kris Kirchncr, the only starter to 
remain this year and the 1979 Washing- 
ton Post's Player of the Year, who led the 
team in scoring an average of 20.1 points 
and 12 rebounds a game. Others players 
to return were, Pam Reaves, a guard, 
who scored close to 13 points per game 
and Krystal Kimberly the senior captain, 
who played during the summer with 
AIA. 

A top recruit, Debbie Lytic, filled 
into the teams game plan well, as she 
started as a playmaker, handling the job 
by leading the team in assists with a 5 per 
game average and adding 8 points and 
4.5 rebounds per game. 



Due to the strong team players. 
Coach Weller is once again looking 
forward to going to the national 
tournament. 

The team started off the season by 
winning its first four games and then 
began a downhill turn by losing five out 
of the next six games. However, the team 
bounced back to prepare for the ACC 
Tournament. The Terps met their match 
at the championship, losing to the N.C. 
State team. Although, following the 
tournament the team finished with 
victories over Delaware and St. Joseph's 
gaining a post season bid in Regional 
Action. 




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296 



SPIKERS VOLLEY TO VICTORY 



The University Vollinhiill team 
iinclor Barbara Drum, hoatl coach. 
directed the Terps to finish the 
season with a 29-15 record. 

The successful outcome of this 
season was chie to the help of strong 
returning letterman; Linda Brody 
who was setter and hitting were 
Barbara Bunting. Barbara Donlon, 
loanne IJndblade. Carol Thompson, 
and Kav Freeman. 

The Terrapins played a rigorous 
schedule, finding themselves in six 
straight weekend tournaments 
including their own. Despite an up 
and down tournament result, they 
managed to pull together for a strong 
finish in their host tournament 
where they placed second against 
top notch teams. 

The team opened up the 
EAIAW Tournament with a victory 
over Temple and George Washing- 
ton in straight sets. However, tough 
competition caused an upset for the 
Terrapins by losing to Rutgers and 
Georgetown in the quarter finals. 

The overall outlook on the 
season was acceptional, with the 
only illusion being the champion- 
ship. 





Front Row: Sue Lombardi. Belh Slebodnik. Belinda Manlev. Linda Schmidt. Linda Brody. Doris Wood. Barbara Bunting Back Row: Barbara 
Drum (Head Coach). Pat Corzine. |ean Krebs. Sue Bartletl. Barbara Donlon. Mary Ann Marley. Colleen Lockwood. Carol Thompson, Ann 
Lanphear (Asst. Coach). 



297 



MEN SWIMMERS 
FLOAT THROUGH SEASON 




Front Row: (R to L|: Schlecht, Bill Bartle, Pat Murtaugh, Mike Dew, George Carpouzis Mike Aide son Seco"\^ow. ^Jari^ 
Hoffman (Head Coach). Terry Kunst, |ohn Cunningham. Crail Gordon loe ^1^^^^. Steve Shh,w,lheK^^^^^^ 
Masse. Back Row: Rick Dusch (Asst. Coach). Steve Heineman, Lenny Wallace. Paul Abraham. Al Walsh, Greg blasic. N 
Sanocki. Bill Skelley. Bruce Tobias. Team Manager. Tom Griffith. (Divmg Coach). 



298 



WOMEN SWIMMERS MAKE WAVES 








Floor (L to R): Nancy Fanning. Judy Dwyer. Eleni Nasou. 
Suzanne O'Hara, Wendy Shoyek. Evelyn Buswell, Lisa 
Papa |Coach|. Ladder: (Top to Bottom]: Kathy Smith. 
Barbara |ean Schmidt, Kathy Paras. Carolyn Hunger. 
Diving Board |R to L): Kelly Ciabaton. Kathleen Warner. 
Melanie Gillet. Sue Wigelman. Donna Trichrilo, Anne 
Buver. Jamie Lease. Cindy Stillwell, Nan Platto. 



299 



GYMNISTS TUMBLE 
THROUGH ANOTHER SEASON 




300 



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301 



TRACK TEAM LEAPS HURDLES TO 25TH 



MENS' TRACK 



4th Tallahasse Relays 

1st Virginia Relays 

105-58 Navy 

1st ACC Championships 

2nd IC4As, Philadelphia 





302 



CONSECUTIVE ACC CHAMPIONSHIP 



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The 1979 Mens' Track Team, under 
the coaching of Frank Coslello. had an 
excellent season. The team was ranked 
sixth in the countn,' and in the top 10 
overall. They were also placed sixth 
indoors and oij^hth outdoors. 

The hijihlight of the .season was the 
Penn relays in which Nhiryland domin- 
ated ever\' other team present. This was 
the first time it had been done in the 
history of the relays. 

The team as a whole finished first in 
the Virginia Invitational, second in \hc 
Quad Meet and first in the EAIAVV 
Regional Championships. To add to 
these accomplishments, they won the 
ACC for the 24th straight year. Also, 
sophomore sensation, Renaldo 
Nehemiah broke records all year long. 
His highlight was setting the record in 
the 110 Meter High Hurdles at 13:00 
seconds. Ian P\ka also set school records 
in the shut-putt. The added strengths of 
Chris Persons, a freshman helped the 
team greatly, according to coach 
Costello, he is of national caliber. Dennis 
Ivory, in the triple jump, David Ungraty 
in the half mile, and Bobby Calhoun in 
sprints and the long jump helped the 
team immensely. 

From the Maryland team there are 
six Olympic candidates: Skeets 
Nehemiah, Greg Robertson, Chris 
Persons, Ian Pyka, Dennis Ivory, and 
Bob Calhoun. 











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Front Row: left to right - Andre Lancaster, Mike Peniston. Dave Cornwell. Ted Vaux. Don Berich, Greg Rot)ertson, Ian Pyka, Dennis Ivor>'. Paul Dubyoski, 
|oe Bonelli and Joe Morris 2nd Row: Greg Thompson. Renaldo Nehemiah. Dave Ungrady. Fletcher lames. Chris Person. Vernon Kent, joe Belyea, 
Eugene McCarthy. David Crimmins. Coach Frank Coslello Row 3: |ack McGee. Mark Milewski. Manager. Unidentified, lay Kelchner. Darryl Br>'ant, 
Mark Lucas, lohn Cornwell. Mark Fields. Rob Klalzkin. Stuart Chandler. Pat Haley. Row 4: Coach Stan Pitts, jim Hage. Unidentified, Ward Wilson, 
Bob Calhoun. Charlie Lester. Coach Bill Goodman. 



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WOMENS' TRACK SPRINTS 




WOMENS' TRACK 



1st Virginia Invitational 

2nd Quad Meet: Tennessee 88 

Maryland 81 

Michigan St. 48 

Penn St. 31 

1st EAIAW Regional Championship 





304 



THROUGH SPRING SEASON 



The 1979 Womcns" Tnick loam 
opened the season finishing in first 
place in the X'irginia Invit.itional. 
which presented a hopi^ful outlnok for 
the season said Coach Stan Pitts. 

However, a rigorous quad meet 
found the Terps finishing second, 
behind Tennessee by a mere seven 
paints. But the Terps. a highly 
regarded team enterecl the EAIAW 
Regional Championships taking first 
place. Proving that they arc a 
powerhouse team. 

The team consisted of some 
accomplished players. Paula Girven, 
who was an Ail-American High 
lumper in 1978 followed by jalene 
Chase, who was an All-American 
High jumper in 1979. Other players 
who added strength to the team were 
Linda Miller, a middle distance 
runner. Man,' Walsh, 300 and up, and 
Leola Toomer in the sprint events. 





First Row |L to R|: Karen Lage. Lisa Mundy. Grefchen Vogel. Angela White, Kim Duniap, Margaret Eckles. Linda Miller. Leola Toomer. Ma r\- Walstr 
Second Row: Teri Ellis. Rene Tann. Tina Mohr. lalene Chase, Paula Girven, Debbie Pavik. Susan White, Lou Isenberg, Debbie Owens. Third Row: Coach 
Stan Pitts and Coach Harris 



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GRIDDERS GET 




306 



INTERCEPTED BY LEAGUE FOES 



The 1979 University of Mar\'iand 
football season was a rollercoaster rido, 
with ups and downs throughout. 

The season began on a down note, 
with three pre-scason All-ACC picks 
sidelined with injuries and out for the 
year. These three - Lloyd Burress, Eric 
Seivers and Marlin Van Horn along with 
George Scott, who was dismissed from 
school for academic and drug-related 
reasons, were supposed to provide the 
backbone of this year's Terrapin team. 

It was apparent that a young team 
would take the field for the Terps, but as 
head coach Jerry Claiborne said, "A 
good program replaces good people with 
good people." For the most part. 
Claiborne was proved correct. 

Maryland began the season, in 
hopes of reaching a bowl game for the 
seventh straight year, with a home game 
against Villanova before 31,684 fans. 
The hosts came away with a 24-20 win 
over the stubborn team from 
Pennsylvania. Starting quarterback 
Mike Tice, at 67" the tallest player at his 
position in the nation, led the team with 
a 9 completions in 15 attempts perfor- 
mance. Charlie Wysocki, a sophomore 
tailback making his first start over had an 
auspicious debut with 161 yards in 32 
rushing attempts. 

The rollercoaster was starting to 



cruise upwards because the following 
week turned out to be the Terps finest 
moment of the year. Playing at Clemson 
in "Death Valley" - the nickname for the 
Tigers' home stadium, Maryland came 
away with a convincing 19-0 shutout 
victory. 

Once again, Charlie Wysocki led the 
way to victory with 188 yards in 32 
attempts including a 45-yard run in the 
first half of the ballgame. At this point 
Wysocki had established himself as a 
more than capable replacement for 
Steve Atkins (last year's All-America 
tailback) and George Scott, and also as 
one of the NCAA's top rushing leaders. 

Dale Castro, the junior placekicker 
and punter, put through four field-goals 
to aid the Terp cause and focus attention 
on his kicking prowess. He also punted 
10 times to keep Clemson in bad field 
position all day. 

The "shutout" defense was led by 
linebacker Brian Matera, and tackles Ed 
Gail and Mike Corvino. Also safety 
Ralph Lary chipped in with three timely 
interceptions (which tied a Md. record), 
all which stopped potential Clemson 
scoring drives. 

The following game at home against 
Mississippi State, the Terps literally 
"kicked" the opposing team off the field. 
Dale Castro, with four first half field 




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goals (t\ing an NCAA record) and a total 
of five for the game led Maryland to 
victory. Also starring for the Terps were 
receiver jan Carinci, Mike Tice, Charlie 
Wysocki, Ralph Lary and linebacker 
Darnell Dailey. 

At this point the Terrapins had an 
unblemished 3-0 record, but then came 
the down part of the rollercoaster. 

Playing at the University of Ken- 
tucky, the Terps suffered a 14-7 defeat to 
the Wildcats in which the offense was 
almost non-existent. This was a pivotal 
game because it started what was to be 
a crucial mid-season slump. 

Then it was back home to face Penn 
St., before 52,348 screaming fams. But 
again the Terps were badly beaten, this 





streak stopped at six. 

The rollercoaster effect, after the 
three early wins and the four mid-season 
losses, ended on a high note with the last 
four victories of the season. 

Gazing ahead at next year, the 
future looks bright. Young players such 
as defensive stalwarts Mike Corvine, 
Greg Vanderhout, Ralph Lary, Darnell 
Dailey, Mark Duda and others will be 
back. Offensively, Dale Castro, Charhe 
Wysocki, Mike Tice and Jan Carinci will 
lead the Terps. Also, Lloyd Burress, Eric 
Seivers and Marlin Van Horn will be 
back for one more year of Maryland 
football. 

Looking at the season in retrospect, 
the highlights of the 1979 Maryland 
football season were — Dale Castro, 
with his kicking heroics; Charlie 
Wysocki, who established himself as a 
great running back; and the convincing 
win over a strong Clemson team on the 
road. 



time by a 27-7 margin. 

The downfall continued against two 
ACC foes with losses to N.C. State (7-0) 
and Wake Forest (25-17). 

Again the offense sputtered and QB 
Mike Tice was replaced by Bob 
Milkovich against the surprising Demon 
Deacons of Wake Forest. But Milkovich 
had little luck and was soon put back on 
the bench in favor of Tice. 

The rollercoaster began to rise again 
with an easy 27-0 win against a hapless 
Duke University team. The offense and 
defense both played well and the team 
evened its record at 4-4. 

Tailbacks Wayne Wingfield and 
Tim Whittie both went over the 100 yard 
mark replacing the injured Charlie 
Wysocki. The consecutive field goal 
streak of Dale Castro continued with two 
more field goals against the Blue Devils. 



Against the Tarheels of the Univer- 
sity of North Carolina at Byrd Stadium, 
the Terps pulled out an exciting 17-14 
win. Featured in this game was the 16th 
straight successful field goal attempt by 
Castro, which tied an NCAA record. The 
record tying field goal also won the game 
late in the fourth quarter for the 
Terrapins. 

The Terps finished off the season 
with two convincing wins over Louis- 
ville and Virginia. These last two games 
featured the running of a now-healthy 
Charlie Wysocki who had over 400 
yards. Wysocki finished the season with 
an ACC-leading 1180 yards rushing in 
247 attempts. 

Unfortunately, the Terps late 
season surge was not enough to get them 
invited to a bowl game. Therefore, 
Maryland's post-season appearance 



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First Row (L to R|: Phil Livingston. Richard Cummins. |immv Shaffer. Scott CoUins. |ohn Baldante. Tom Burgess. Eric Sievers. Head Coach |erry Claiborne. 
Llovd Burruss. Kervin VVvatt. Brian Matera, Chris Grev. Marlin Van Horn. |ohn Papuchis. Gar\' Ellis. Larr>- Stewart. Second Row: Greg Vanderhout. Kenny 
Black. lav Lomac. Darnell Dailev. Brad Senft. Ralph Larv. Rich Fassano. Paul Clamp. Cedric Williams. Bob Gioia. Bob Larkm. |ethro Senior Third Kow: 
Kvle Lorton. Les Boring. Mike Collins. Ron Young. Sam Medile. Scott Fanz. Pete Clamp. Todd Benson. Bruce Byrom. Chris Barbiasz. Chris Havener Bob 
Milkovich. Sam |ohnson. Charlie Wvsocki. Fourth Row: lohn Dreider. |oe Wilkins. Lyle Peck. George Scott. Kevin Sullivan. Mark Davis David Taylor Steve 
Trimbel Gurnest Brown. John Tice; Rodnev Caldwell. Brian Riendeau. jim Sommer. Todd Wright. Larr% GregorN. Fifth Row: David Pacella. Pat Zillman. 
Brent Dewilz. Ice Wilkins. Dale Castro. Andv Paffenroth. Kip Jawish. leff Rodenbergcr. Wayne Wingfield. Mike Powell. Greg Bell Tim Whittle. |an Carinci. 
Sixth Row: Ed Aulisi. Vince Tomasetti. Mike Corvino. Frank Kolencik. |err\' Rogers. Greg Robertson. Mike Tice. Howard Eubanks. Mike Carney, td Gall. 
Back Row: Terr%' Strock. Dick Redding. Gib Romaine. John Misciagna. Farrell Sheridan. John Devlin. Gothard Lane. |err>' Eisaman. Tom Groom. Morgan 
Hout. Rod Sharpless. "lake" Hallum. George Foussekis. 



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Today, we learn. 

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As 1 write this letter, the book is going throtigh the final stages, the 
last touches are being added and looked over before shi()ping them out 
to the presses. Looking over this year, the theme. 'Coping With The 
Unexpected." was an understatement for the time was had in producing 
this yearbook. It seemed as though cver>'thing that could go wrong did. 
but obviously, here is the final product. And I know that I speak for the 
staff when 1 sav a lot of love and hard work went into thisyearl)ook. One 
thing I realized through working on it. is that whenever 1 pick up a book, 
magazine, or any Kpe of publication. I appreciate it so much more, for 
one really takes for granted the work that goes into producing just one 

page. . 

I would like to thank my staff for putting up with my nagging, 
pushing, and sometimes insecurities in producing the book. First, Cindy 
Goren. Business Manager, with her staff, senior portraits ran smoothly. 
Secondly, to |ohn Kammerman. Sports Editor, who entered in the middle 
of the year and did a good job of covering the sports for us. To Alan 
Kresse," Photographer Editor, without you half of the book wouldn t be 
here, thanks for being there and putting up with Stacys and my notes 
To Sherry for helping out when things became unbearable. And a special 
thanks to Stacy Cushner. Lay-out Editor. I can't think of words to describe 
what it has mean* to have you on the staff; the times we've watched the 
sun rise over campus, and looking for a munchie or picture. I jijst want 
to say that it couldn't have been done without you. And a final thanks 
to Mr Greg Nvgard. for being so helpful and especially patient with us. 
I would also like to thank Michael Fribust and Nancy French for listening 
to my gripes. 

Yours truh'. 

Mindy Berman 
Editor-in-Chief 



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STAFF: 

Mindy Berman, Editor-in-Chief 
Stacy Cushner, Lay-out Editor 
Alan Kresse, Photo Editor 
John Kammerman, Sports Editor 
Cindy Goren, Business Manager 

Business Staff: 
Debbie Bragg 
Donald Davis 
Meryl Goodgold 
Jane Piatt 
Maria Procopio 
Laura Rossel 
Marlene Tessler 

COPY CREDITS 

Jaime Jarardo: 75 

John Kammerman: 270, 271; 272, 273, 274; 275; 281; 282; 283; 287; 

288; 289; 294; 295; 296; 297; 300; 301; 304; 305; 306; 307; 308; 

309; 312; 313 
Larry Schwartzman: 306; 308 



PHOTO CREDITS 

Geoff Baker: 4b, 8a, c; 12b,c,d; 13b; 16b; 85e; 87a; 186a; 265a 
268a,b,c,d; 269a,b,c,d; 302b; 303a 

David Bedell: 85d 

Beth Cherney: 30a 

Sherry Conrad: 25c; 41c; 88a, b; 89a,b,c; 90a,b; 91a; 102a,b 
103a,b; 125a; 149a,b,c; 153a,b,c,d; 154a,b,c; 155a,b,c; 169a 
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286a,b,c; 287a,b; 290a; 292c; 310c 

Peter Dyksra: 40; 84e; 85c; 239 

Debbie Gertler: 56a,b; 57a,b 

David Kapenstein: 5b; 18a,c; 19c; 20a,b; 21a,c; 27c; 33a; 35a 
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282a,b,c; 283b; 289b; 290c; 291b; 293a,b,c; 308a; 312a; 3131 

Alan Kresse: 2a, b; 3a, b; 4a,c; 6a, b; 7a,b,c; 8b,d; 11a; 12a; 13a,c 
14a,b,c,d; 15a, b,c; 16a, c,d; 17a, b,c; 19a; 21b; 22a, b; 23a, b,c 
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288b,c; 289a; 290b; 292a; 306; 307a; 309a,b; 310a,b,d; 311a.c 
312b,c; 313c; 314a,b; 315a,b 

Paul Mandelbaum: 25b 

Kirk McCoy: 33b; 42c; 47d; 48b; 62a,b; 63a,b; 71a; 72b; 73b 
84a,b; 100; 157a,b,c; 158a,b; 159a,b,c; 200b; 288a; 298b 
299a,c; 307b; 309c 

NASA: 74, 75 

Dana Pillotto: 105b; 145a,b,c,d; 146a,b,c; 147a,b; 212a,b; 270a,b 
271a; 284a,b,c; 285a; 294a,b; 295a,b,c,d; 296a,b,c,d; 301a,b 
302a; 304a, b,c; 305a 

Photo Services: 272b; 275b; 280b,c; 285b; 291a,c; 298a; 303b 
305b 

Randall Roberts: 33c 

Martin Rodden: 28b, 41a; 46b; 60a,b; 61a,b; 85b; 86a; 161a,b,c 
162a,b; 163a,b; 167c; 236a; 276a; 292b; 313a 

Ann Rogers: 84; 150a,b; 151a,b; 176a,b; 187; 297; 300a,b; 

Steve Uheling: 5a; 94; 95; 97; 318 

Uim Walsh: 211 

Swight Williams: 85a 

Steve Zerby: 316 a,b,c; 317a 



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