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Full text of "The Terrapin"

University of Maryland 
College Park 

TERRAPIN 

1987 

volume 86 



TERRAPIN 

1987 

Editor 

Paul A. Souders 

Managing Editor 
Peggie Arvidson 

Photo Editors 
David Trozzo 
Jason Lee 

Business Editor 
Trisanne Crosby 

Associate Editor 
Jackie Marcotte 

COLOPHON 



The 1987 Terrapin marks the 86lh volume of 
the University of Maryland, College Park 
campus' yearbook. The 304-page book was 
published by Josten's Publishing Co.. State 
College. Pennsylvania. Senior portraits were 
taken by Carl Wolf Studios of Philadelphia. 
Pennsylvania. 

A press run of 1.350 copies with a trim size in 
9x12 inches was printed on 80-pound gloss 
enamel paper. Black and white photographs 
used Kodak Tri-x film and are printed on 
1 1 ford Galerie paper. Color photographs used 
Kodachrome and Fujicolor print films, and 
are printed on Cibachromc and Kodak papers, 
respectively. 

Copyright ^1987 Paul Alan Souders and 
Maryland Media. Inc. All Rights Reserved. 

Editorial office: 3101 South Campus Dining 
Hall. University of Maryland, College Park, 
20742. Telephone: 301-454-2230 




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SPRING BREAK 1986 






Spring Break. Route One. Ft. Lauderdale. Florida 




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• Left: Molissa Fenley. Avant garde dancer 

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Summer Diversions 




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They stand slraighl. They sweat hard. They speak with high 
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They are Marines. 

And, increasingly, they are students. With more than a decade 
silencing the voices of Vietnam protestors on campus, students are 
heading off to Quantico, Virginia for programs such as Technical 
Basic School and Officer Candidate School, with more pride and 
more respect from their classmates. 

In the age of terrorism, the placement of American forces overseas 
may still be questioned, but the need to protect civilians is clearer. 
And a changing public personna is reflected at College Park. 

In 1970. following the U.S. invasion of Cambodia. 4.000 University 
of Maryland students went on a rampage, setting fires, smashing 
windows and blocking Route One. In the fall of 1986-87. campus 
students re-elected a full-fledged crew-cut Marine as Student Gov- 
ernment As.-iociation president. 

For the students who join up, terrorism becomes a familiar word. 

In "Combat Town" on the Quantico base; the men learn the anti- 
terrorism techniques of urban warfare: holding an area against 
aggrcisors or launching a successful takeover. 

In the cold light of a winter training day, figures scale bomb- 
shattered buildings, "crash " through glassless windows, swarm hall- 
ways. Others, sprawled on their bellies on the hills around the mock 
town- a .tel of bare cinder block buildings and towers set in a green 
hollow-practice tactics for a night raid. 

"The yellow cat walks quickly. " says a soldier to a waiting sentry. 
The sentence contains the correct password: guns lower and the 
man crawls to his position. 

It is the eve of a trial run for a three-day war. These novices in the 
"nation's finest fighting force" began to sweat their way into the 
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Hunds-on experience working in campus dairy barns. 



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Student Fashion 
& Design 

Miirylund Senior. Hamcre Dcmissic. is a Fashion Design Major. Hamere is 
originally from Elhiopia. where she graduated from high school uhen she was 
fifteen years old. Hamere has also attended school in England and hopes to return 
to Europe lo work for a designer after she receives her graduate degree from 
NYC's Fashion Institute of Technology. She hopes logo to either France or Italy 
where her favorite designers. Karl Lagerfelb and Armani, are from. Hamere's 
clothes are generally cla.'isic looks with an avant-garde touch to them. She usually 
uses solid neutral colors, and has long smooth lines, generally to the ankle. She has 
not yet begun to design men 's clothing but she plans to in the near future. Hamere 
also plans to have her own line of clothes in the future. 



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The first v/cw / got of the University of Mary- 
land was from an overloaded station-wagon 
headed down Route One. It was 1984 and I 
was one of over four-thousand wide-eyed freshman 
getting their first blurry glimpse of the giant "M". 
the chapel, and the practicing band. One look at the 
stores restaurants and bars that lined the roadside 
and this Connecticut girl was hooked. I remember 
thinking College Park was perfect, not sickeningly 
quaint like some supposed college communities, but 
busy and boisterous as any decent college town 
should be. The crowd attested to this fact. There were 
students everywhere, buying books, joking as they 
crossed the road. I couldn't wait to be one of them. 

So what is it about the Route that makes it such an 
integral pari of college life? Not much if one thinks 
of college in merely academic terms. There is Cam- 
pus Books where students have their first exposure to 
the infamous College Park lines. There's also Kinko's 
which recently ended the nightmares of procastinal- 
ing students by expanding its hours around the clock. 
That's probably where the answer lies. The Route is 
so important to college students because its propri- 
etors cho.sc to make it .so. Convenience is the key. We 
may not have a Bloomingdales. but the basic necessi- 
ties of life are more than adequately provided for in 
the College Park Shopping Plaza. Even the most 
discriminating shoppers agree that at the very least. 
the "mall's" parking lot comes in handy for parking 
unregistered cars. Stacey Slovin. a waitress at the 
Bagel Place summed it up. "We cater to the college 



student. " Expanded hours during finals week and 
discount coupons featured in the Diamondback may 
not seem like much, but it's enough to make the 
Bagel Place a College Park favorite. 

The Route takes on a new significance when one 
admits that college is a place of social as well as 
academic growth. The extent of this is seen after 
dark. It 's nine o'clock on a Friday night and there's a 
small line forming outside Sovran Bank's computer 
teller. This is a tiny microcosm of what will be occur- 
ring at the 'Vous and the Cellar later that night. It's 
not uncommon to wait over an hour to get in the 
'Vous on a good night but never fear, time flies for 
the innovative student who sent his friend to Gour- 
met for a six-pack. Many wonder at the sanity of 
those who brave rain wind, and snow to eventually 
have their feet stuck to the floor and a pitcher 
splashed on their heads. Somehow the thrill of yelling 
"Tequila!" at the right moment just doesn't explain 
it. Two bouncers from Sante Fe sum it up. "It's wild 
and it's cheap. " 

There are several less traditional options for the par- 
tying student not quite up to facing the ruckus of the 
'Vous. Sante Fe Cafe, opened June 17 and is the new 
kid on the block. Smartly decorated and spacious it is 
described by one bouncer as the kind of place you 
bring a date. (In other words the music is actually low 
enough to maintain a conversation.) People dress for 
a night at Sante Fe. This position as the center of 
"haute couteur" in College Park is maintained by a 



"dress code" stipulating no cut-offs and no tank 
shirts. A promising addition for the well-dressed 
dancers of the area is a dance floor which should be 
completed shortly. 

Bentley's asserts its pride of being part of the campus 
community by purposely employing mostly college 
students. Mainly patroned by regulars. Bentley's 
prides itself on its clean, friendly atmosphere. The 
crowd is somewhat older, including many graduate 
students and definitely less wild than its neighboring 
'Vous. 

The Route's variety oftern causes clashes among stu- 
dents who often disagree about which is the "in" 
place to be. All could be settled if one realizes that 
one man's slimey or jappy is another man's partying 
paradise. More openminded individuls escape this 
problem by doing the Route circuit. A graphic depic- 
tion can be seen on the "Certified bar-hopper" T- 
shirts. which display a tottering Terp. straddling the 
Route between the four major drinking establish- 
ments. And why not? The similarities are there. All 
interviewed insisted that their bars are not pick-up 
joints and absolutely, positively do not accept fake 
I.D s Only the most cynical won't believe the pubes- 
cent looking "21 "year-old couples stumbling home- 
ward at 2 am ha ven 't known each other for ages. Yes, 
the Route is definitely a unifying factor. This is life in 
the fast lane, and for over 30.000 students it's more 
than they could ask for. 

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One of Ihe slrdngesl moments at the spring Art Attack transpired as Campus police 
arrested University College student Damon Norko at the Art Attack festival on 
McKeldin Library Mall May 2 and charged him with disorderly conduct and assault 
on a police officer among other charges. 

The incident began when Norko, a poet and lead singer of the rock group Submensas. 
made an unscheduled appearance on stage and began reading poetry. 

When technicians turned up the sound system, witnesses said Norko got violent — 
allegedly yanking speaker cords, slapping a festival organizer and running around 
shouting "Art Attack," before a police officer tackled him in a mock graveyard. 

Several witnesses acknowledged that Norko was kicking and struggling but said he 
did not strike the police officer. Norko is scheduled to stand trial later. 

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John SLiughlcr invited Ted Koppel and the "Nightline" 
newsteani to campus to discuss the stale of college ath- 
letics, academics and drugs. 

Tawes Theatre was standing room only for students, 
administrators and coaches from Maryland and neigh- 
boring universities. 

Panelists, including Slaughter, discussed academics and 
athletics during the first hour, which was broadcast live 
nationally. Drug use dominated discussion during the 
taped second scision. which was broadcast to TV viewers, 
the next evening. 

Discussion also touched on revenue earned from athletic 
programs, cheating in the recruiting system and ade- 
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The switch lo night football games spawned controversy after the student seating 
section of Byrd stadium erupted in cup fights and several ugly brawls, in which 
four students were arrested. 

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Tension ran high on campus in November uhen activist Kaanie Ture spoke to a 
crowd of 400 in Skinner Hall, interrupted by both standing ovations and ex- 
changes uiih hecklers. Campus police ejected at least ten people from the packed 
lecture hall, but a group ol' 40 protestors remained, and hissed, yelled and 
gestured at Ture's speech. He urged blacks here to unite and educate themselves 
to fight capitalist oppression. 



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Aftermath 

The deiilh of Len Bins early on June 
19, just two days after the Boston Celt- 
ics made the Terrapin forward their 
first pick in the NBA draft, spurred 
the campus and the country into an 
emotional welter of self-examination 
over drug use and academics in big- 
time college sports. 

The months following Bias' cocaine 
overdose saw the formation of task 
forces to evaluate drug use on campus 
and academics among athletes: the ap- 
pointment of a grand jury to investi- 
gate the clouded circumstances of 
Bias' death: and the start of a nation- 
wide campaign to end drug use. 

The Terrapin basketball team, which 
faced a shortened .■icason that started 
three weeks after the rest of the nation, 
watched as Coach Lefty Dricsell. 
though cleared of wrongdoing in the 
grand jury investigation, was forced to 
resign his post as men s basketball coa- 
ch on October 29. Two days later the 
team lost one of two remaining starters 
as point guard Keith Gatlin was ruled 
ineligible to play after he was said to 
have violated student conduct rules by 
dropping and adding classes without 
an adviser's consent. 

Dunbar High School basketball coach 
Bob Wade was quickly selected by 
Chancellor John Slaughter to replace 
Dricsell. Wade was left with the unen- 
viable task of building a team almost 
from scratch, but brought with him a 
reputation as a winning high school 
coach who kept a close eye on student- 
athletes' academics. 

At the funeral service for Bias in the 
campus chapel, the Reverend Jesse 
Jackson call the 22-year old .'Ml- Amer- 
ica forward a "blessing to our 
generation." 

"God sometimes uses our best people 
to get our attention, " Jackson .said. 
"He called him to get the attention of 
this generation. On a day the children 
mourn. I hope they learn. " 

In December, just four months after 
the grand jur\ indicted former student 
Brian Tribble and Terrapin players 
Terry Long and David Gregg on drug 
possession charges. Leonise Bias re- 
turned to the campus where her .son 
lived and died. 

In an anti-drug lecture in the Sorth 
Gym, she .said, "V'ou say Len's death 
was so untimely. It may have been un- 
timely for the world, but it was timely 
for God. If you are supposed to go at 
9:?9. you are not going at 10. Len Bias 
left here on time. I believe it. I know it. 
And because of what I believe in. I 
know I'll see him again. And when I 
see him again. I'll never have to say 
goodbye again. " 



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ALL-NITER 1986 




Uptown Rhythm Kings • 

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Football head coach Bobby Ross explodes at a referee in the final 
seconds of the Terps heart-breaking loss to North Carolina. After the 
Tar Heels kicked a 27-yard field goal, beating Maryland 32-30. Ross 
chased after the referee and grabbed him from behind. A North 
Carolina state trooper seperated the two. 

The ensuing storm of controversy again focused the national spotlight 
on Maryland athletics. Ross was barred from the sidelines for the final 
home game against Clemson at Baltimore's Memorial Stadium. 

Ross, frustrated with the 1986 season's 5-5-/ record and by University 
official's broken promises of improved facilities, quit at the season's 
end. 

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Men's basketball coach Charles G. "Lefty" Driesell's prob- 
lems had only begun when Geogia Tech's last-second slam 
dunk knocked the Terps out of the ACC Tournament (left). 
Len Bias' cocaine-induced death led to a series of ugly 
allegations of sacrificing athletes' academics for the sake of 
winning games. A special committee called it a program 
gone "out of control. " 

Lefty's 1 7-year coaching career came to an inglorious end at 
a hastily called two-minute press conference. Maryland's 
most visible and controversial coach stepped down to accept 
a lucrative buy-out of his ten-year contract and a desk job in 
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Men's Lacrosse 1986 

With a fourth-phce ranking. Ihe University Men's Lacrosse Team entered the 1986 
NCAA tournament lor the First time in three years. This was also their first appear- 
ance under the coaching of Dick Edell, former West Point coach. 

Undefeated until their sudden-death loss (8-7) to the University of Virginia Cava- 
liers, the Terps climbed to number one in the national rankings after their mid-season 
come-from-bchind win over the University of North Carolina Tarheels. The Terps 
also toppled Navy (11-8): University of New Hampshire (11-8); and Ohio Wesleyan 
(10-5). 

The Terps made it into the eight-team NCAA playoffs only to watch Carolina avenge 
their mid-season defeat, knocking Maryland out of the playoffs. Terp midfielder Tom 
Worslell was named to the first team All-America; the only sophomore to make the 
team. Defender Brian Jackson and midfielder Brian Willard were both named third 
team All-America and defender Dan Tracy received honorable mention. 




WOMEN'S LACROSSE 
1986 National Champions 




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For the third straight year the Terrapin s Women 's Lacrosse team made it 
to the finals of the NCAA championships. They knocked off the top- 
ranked Pcnn State Nittany Lions (11-10) to claim the 1986 National 
Championship 

The Terps took control of the conference mid-season, after an uneven start 
with losses to Virginia and Harvard. But a rain-soaked regular season win 
over Penn State set the pace for the rest of the year. 

In the playoffs the Terps beat out the nationally ranked Northwestern 
Wildcats and Virginia Ca valiers. Defense proved to be a key factor in both 
playoff and championship victories, especially that of Tracy Strumpf and 
goalie Kim Chorosiewski. 




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MARYLAND STATE GAMES 

Almost 2.000 ulhlelcs from across the state came to campus one weekend early in August to compete in sports ranging from fencing to 
volleyball to table tennis in the second annual Maryland State Games. The competition was hot and heavy throughout the weekend as 
some of the state's best athletes competed against each other in /5 sports. The soccer tournament, track and field events, and field hock- 
ey competition generated the most spectator response, with campus athletes participating in the two latter events. Expansion /s a key 
concept for the success of this program and each year new sports are expected to be involved in the competition. This year's additions 
being basketball, fencing, judo and table tennis. 



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David Aaron 

Maxine Aarons 

James Abbe 

Therese Abblett 

Gary Abbott 

Azizuddin Abdur- 

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James Abell 

Eric Abolatia 

Francis Abood 

Steven Abromowiiz 

Renee Abrevaya 

Deborah Accinelli 



Susan Acevedo 

Olga Acosla 

Jehnell Adams 

Michael W. Adams 

Valerie Adams 

Eileen Adelman 



Julie Adoff 

Lauren Adwar 

Stephanie L. Adwar 

Francis Affoakwah 

Elene Aiken 

Mohammad Akbar 



Debra Albaum 

Claudie Albinder 

Perry Alexion 

Silvia Alfaro 

Dirk Allen 

Marianne Alleva 



S. Richard Alonso 

Howard A I per in 

Yvonne Althouse 

Allison Amann 

David Ames 

Vincent Ammirato 



Randy Amonick 

Andrea Anderson 

Y. Cynthia Anderson 

Alex And read is 

Timothy Andryszak 

Brilt Angle 




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Melissa A. Aquilina 
Roberto Araujo 
Patrick Ardaiz 
Kerry Armstrong 
Krista Armstrong 
Jeanine Arnsmeyer 



Mitchell Aronson 
Deitra Artis 
Christine Ashenfelter 
Lori Atkins 
Steven August 
Nancy Auslander 



Michelle D. Austin 
Suzanne Axenrod 
Patricia Aycock 
Eric Baerwald 
Nazila Bagherzadeh 
Christine Bahner 



Maria Baigorria 
Carol Baird 
Bethany Baker 
Larry Baker 
John G. Balla 
Marie Balluff 



Michael Baiter 
Anuphot 

Bamrungtrakun 
Marwan Bannourah 
Laurie Banta 
Richard Barclay 
Ann Barger 



Joyce Barnett 
Betty Barney 
Kenneth Baron 
Fernando Barriga 
Mitch Barry 
Susan Bast 



Rose M. Battista 
William Batton 
Rudolph Bauss 
Susan Bauter 
Karen Beal 
Cynthia Beaton 



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Randi Becker 

Michael Beder 

Lori Bcecher 

Jacqueline Beer 

Melissa Bell 

Susan Bell 



Nancy L. Bell 

Anna Benadon 

Patricia Bender 

Richard Benjamin 

Barbara Benson 

John Benson 



' larc Benson 

Karen Berend 

Deborah Berkow 

Dale Berkowitz 

Eytan Be r man 

Jeffrey Berman 



Marcia Berman 

Wendy Berman 

llene Bernstein 

Marci Bernstein 

Sharon Bernstein 

Marina Berte 



Sherri Berzonsky 

Nancy-Jo Best 

Katreah Bey 

Deborah Bill 

Tracy Black 

Veronica Black 



Betty Blackistone 

Iris Blanco 

Hedy Blau 

Amy Bleich 

Leslie Blinderman 

John Blomquist 



Beth Blonder 
Gary Board ley, Jr. 
Thomas Bodine 
Susan Boehic 
Lynne Bohse 
Renee Boiler 




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Calvin Bond 
Mary Beth Bond 
Alesia Booker 
Kathleen Boothby 
Juan Borda 
Tammy Borkowski 



Mark Bornstein 
Barbara Boston 
Denise Bos worth 
Michael Bo wen 
Calvin Lee Bowling, Jr. 
Kerry Boyle 



Victoria Boyd 
Nancy Boyer-Sneddon 
Dawn Bracely 
Theresa M. Bradburn 
Linda Bra f ford 
Simone Bram 



Jordan Brand 
Lawrence Brauch 
Lynne Bressi 
Charles Wade Brewer 
Andrea Bricca 
Laurianne Brickner 



Laura Bright 
Raji Brimah 
Judith Broderick 
Elizabeth Brophy 
David A Brougher 
James Brown 



Lesly Brown 
Rebecca Brown 
Susan Brown 
Camille Browne 
Debra Bruh 
James Brun 



Nancy Buchanan 
Nina Buchanan 
Cynthia Buckner 
Walter Buckner 
Janice Bunting 
Licia Buono 






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Michael Burak 

Larry Burch 

Colleen Burden 

Erin Burgess 

Wylie Burgess 

Terri Burinsky 



Anna Bursk-Verschoore 
Sandra Burt 
Cynthia Burton 
Cynthia Burton 
Michael Burton 
Timothy Burton 



Jeanne Bussink 

Stephen Butler 

Brian Caine 

Gerard Callahan 

Denise Calore 

Debra Cammer 



Cynthia Camus 

Jill Canipc 

Eleanor Canlas 

Ginger Cannon 

Michael Cannon 

David Canter 



Sharon Cantore 

Kristan Capanna 

Michelle Cardinell 

Ariene Carmona 

Deborah D Carr 

Lisa H. Carrington 



James Carroll 

Timothy Carroll 

Christine Carson 

Jennifer L. Carson 

David Carter 

Donald Carter 



John Carter 

Karence Carter 

Aaron Caruso 

Mary Casey 

Thomas Cashman 

Linda Cassard 




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Kevin Cavannugh 
Denisse Celio 
Charles Ccphus 
Eva Cervenka 
Cassandra Cevis 
A Hyson Chait 



Kevin Chamberlain 
Judi Chang 
Youwei Chang 
Aaron Chanowitz 
Michael Chapnek 
Cheryl Chapwick 



Meredith Charak 
James Charanis 
Jeffrey Chase 
Cilda Chavera 
Rekha Chedalavada 
Jeannie Chen 



Lawrence Chernack 
Michael Cher rone 
Allison Cheskis 
Chang Choe 
Janice Chory 
Tsai Chou 



Patricia Christie 
S. Vincent Chu 
Mark Ciarrocca 
Andrea Ciccone 
Steve Cirulli 
Joanne Clarence 



Melinda Clark 
Joan Clark 
Consuella R. Clarke 
Virginia Clarke 
Jeffrey dayman 
Josefina Clemente 



Tamara Coates 
Linda Coblentz 
Bradley Coburn 
Maria D. Codina 
Diane Cohen 



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Jodi Cohen 

Lori Cohen 

Michael Cohen 

Nancy Cohen 

Norman Cohen 

Richard Cohen 



Stephen Cohen 

Hope Cohn 

Brian Coker 

Sharon Coleman 

Andrea Coles 

Anne Collins 



Shannon Colonna 
Vince Columbia 

Deidre Comegys 
Roger Comer. Jr. 
Kenneth Compell 

Stacia Comstock 



Edward A. Connell 

Jeannine Conry 

Edward Constantine 

Charles Cooke 

Christopher Cook 

Robin Cooper 



Eileen Cooperman 
Karen Cooperman 

Susan Coopersmith 
Cornelius Cornish 

Kimberly Coroneos 
Diane Corrao 



Cynthia Cortez 

Daniel Costello 

Sarah Costello 

Thomas Costello 

Eric Cote 

Robert Cotton 



Jacques Coughlin 

Patricia Councell 

Mary Suzanne Cox 

Mary Cranford 

Kelli Crawford 

Elizabeth Crilly 




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Jeffrey Crockett 
Trissane Crosby 
Brad Crouse 
John Cruz 
Susan Cullather 
A. Scoll Culver 



Silvia Cunha 
Robert Cunius 
Glenn Cunningham 
Laura Curlin 
H. Scoll Curtis 
Belhanne Cushen 



James Cyr 
Pamela Dahne 
Saurabh Dalai 
Lois D'Amelio 
Allan Daniel 
Alfred Daniels 



Marie Danner 
Robert Dass 
Gina Dato 
Patrick D'Airi 
Luther Davis 
William Davis 



Laura Dawson 
James Day 
Yesmeen Day 
Giuseppi Decinti 
Thomas Decker 
Liza De Guzman 



Manuel DeGuzman 
Katherine Dehart 
Yvette DeLauro 
Michael H. Delauter 
David Deleo 
John Delgreco 



Andrea Dellamura 
Julia Delligatti 
Lisa Demarco 
Gregory Dembeck 
Alka Desai 
John Desantis 



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Julie Desanlis 

Robin Dessler 

Nichol De Vila 

Robert Dewling. Jr. 

Beth Diamond 

Michael Dias 



Susan Dicamillo 

John Diezmuto 

Maureen P. Dillon 

Walter Dirndorfer 

Gabrielle Distler 

Bernadette Dix 



Nedra Dodds 

Patricia Dodson 

Carol Doggette 

Deborah Dohmeier 

Jeanette Dolan 

Caleb Donnolley 



Vincent Donofrio 

Robin Doren 

Alayne Dor f man 

Gordon Dorr 

Karen Dorsey 

Karen Douglas 



Oliver Dove 

David Dovedytis 

Carol Ann Dowd 

Walter Downs 

Susan Drake 

Bernetta V. Draper 



Mark Dubin 
Leigh Duncan 
Carron L. Dunn T^ 

Kurt Dutton 

Frank Dwyer 
Lorrie Dzergoski 



Sheila Eason 

Jamie Easttom 

Steven Eberly 

Deborah Eckard 

David Edelman 

Robert Evan Edgin 




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Anamarie Edwards 
William Ehrreich 
John Eisele, Jr. 
tori Eisen 
Mark Elde 
Moeiz Eliassiah 



Terri Ellis 
Robin Endelman 
Michael Enderlin 
William Ensor 
Sharon Epstein 
Paul Escandon 



Laura Estrin 
Charles Ettinger 
John Evans 
Susan Evanharl 
John Ewald 
Dennis Facius 



Joanna Falcone 
Eve Fa Ik 
Carolyn Faour 
Lloyd Farber 
Michael M. Farr 
David Farrar 



Rosanna Farrell 
Stephen Faublas 
Peter Fayne 
Anysia Fedec 
Melissa Feidelman 
Rhonda Fell 



David Feldman 
Margaret Feldmann 
David Feldstein 
Jennifer Felman 
Michelle Felsenberg 
Cynthia L. Felton 



David Fern la no 
Craig Ferdock 
Luis Fernandez 
Aliya Ferouz 
Fazeela Ferouz 
K. Reese Feuerman 



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Phyllis Fidlow 

Paul Figueras 

Todd Fine 

Linda Fink 

Howard Finkelberg 

Aimee Finkelstein 



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John Fiorini 

Mary In Fisher 

Margaret Fitzgerald 

Jeff Flanzraich 

Fred Fleisher 



Paul Fleming 

Robert Flickner 

Donald Flohr 

Delisa Flowers 

Theresa Flyzik 

Eric Finger 



Diane Fogelman 

John Folk 

Scott Follz 

Sharada Ford 

Penny Foster 

Debi Fotberingham 



H. June Fox 
Rita Fragnul 
Sandra Frain 
Kenneth FraIn 
Jennie Franceschi 
Tom Francis 



Kenneth Frank 

Gayle Frankel 

Laura Fralino 

Barbara Frazier 

Kristina Frederick 

Kathleen Frederickson- 

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Rulh L. Friedman 
Selh Friedman 
Suzanne Friedman 
Debra Friedrick 
John Friend 
Lisa Fronczek 



Michael Fruchler 
Angela Funkhouser 
Laura Gaffney 
Danielle Gallina 
Marietta Gallina 
Stacey Garett 



Michele Garfinkle 
Glenn Gargan 
Daniel Garrison 
David Garrison 
Kent Garwick 
Ted Gaskin 



Vivianne Geary 
Jodi Geiger 
Larry Gelfand 
Jeffrey Geller 
Claudia Gelzer 
Robert George 



Alicia Gerner 
Esther Gershon 
Cathleen Giannetti 
Christine Giannetti 
Michael Gibbons 
Caroline Gibson 



Deborah Gibson 
Wynelle Gibson 
Jacqueline Gill 
Amy Giller 
June Gillespie 
James Gilligan 



Patricia Gill is 
Mark Ginsberg 
Sahra C. Ginsburg 
Susan Gioia 
Sherri Gitelson 
Kenneth Gladu 



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Aileen Glass 

Bruce Glazer 

David Glicksman 

Ruth Gluckstein 

Mark Goble 

Nancy Gossil 



Rachel Goldberg 

Richard Goldberg 

Alan Goldenberg 

Steven P. Goldgit 

Wayne Golding 

Sheryl Goldman 



Harriet Goldner 
Peter Goldschmidl 
Adam Goldstein 
Daniel Goldstein 
David Goldstein 
Ellen Goldstein 



June Goldstein 

Mark Gonzales 

Elizabeth Goodell 

Dara Gordon 

Rachel Gordon 

Gina Gore 



Eric Gorinson 

Joan Goltheim 

Peter Gough 

Dean G. Goutos 

Mark Gower 

Liza Gozonsky 



Charles Graham 

Richard Granger 

Felicia A. Grammas 

Clarence Graves, III 

Gary Graves 

Valerie Gray 



Marjorie Greenburg 

Michael Greene 

Jill Greenfield 

tavern GreenHeld 

Alison Greenhouse 

Julia Greenidge 




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Charles Greenspan 
Alan Griffin 
Tracey Griffin 
Stacey Griver 
Christine Grochmal 
Cherie Groff 








Peter Groff 
Ted Gross 
Lisa Gundersdorff 
Angela Gasman 
Gregory Guthrie 
Christina Ha 



James Habas 
Tekleab Habtu 
Francis Hackenburg 
Randolph Hackett 
Mary Hafer 
Daniel Hahn 



Sun Kyung Hahn 
Barbara Hale 
Kathleen Haley 
Mary Haley 
Daniel Hall 
Denise Hall 



Kenneth Hall 
Kenneth Hall 
Roger Hall 
William Hall 
Tamara Gail Halle 
Suzanne Halpern 



Peter Halvorson 
Cynthia Ham 
Susan Ham by 
Thomas Hamill, Jr. 
Christopher B. 

Hamilton 
Mary Hamlin 



Nathan Hammond 
Robert Hammond 
Eric Ha nan 
Jane Hansen 
Thomas Hanzas 
Terri Hare 



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Sean Harmon 

John Harms 

Tina Joy Harnish 

Miriam Harper 

Michael Harrington 

Catherine Harris 



Edmund Harris 
Leslie Harris 
Susan Harris 
Lisa Harrison 
Lisa Harrison 
Reginald F. Harrison 



Robin Hartlove 

Elyse Hartman 
Kenneth J. Hartzell 

Patricia Harvey 
Lisa Angela Harvin 

Teguh Haryanlo 



Abadico Hassen 

Elizabeth Hatzes 

Richard Haughey 

Jodi S. Haught 

Karen Ha user 

Jim Hawk 



S. Edward Hawkins, 

III 

Brian Hawks 

Patrick Y. Hayden 

Elisabeth Hayes 

Joanne Heindl 

William Heintzelman. 

Jr. 



Jackie Heitner 

Marjorie Heller 

Thomas Heller 

Jennifer Helton 

Holly Henderson 

Suzanne Henderson 



Julie Hendricks 

Stephen Hennessey 

Robert Herber 

Allison Hermann 

Diane Herz 

There Hesslcr 





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Peter Hickey 
Diane Hickox 
Tracey Higgins 
Kerry Hill 
Lorenzo Hilliard 
Steven Hilliard 



Robert Hillyard 
Leslie Hirschorn 
Fayne Hirsh 
Paul Hiskey 
Susan Hmieleski 
Roman Hnatyshyn 



Holly Ho 
Sean Ho 

Gurnie Hobbs, III 
James Hoffman 
Charles Holcombe 
Alexander Holder 



Allison Holder 
Clarissa Holland 
Abraham Hollander 
Wendy Holloway 
Alan Honigstein 
Kimberly Hook 



Mark Hooker 
Christian Hoover 
Kerry Hoover 
Sheri Horwitz 
Mark Hostetter 
Antonia House 



L. Blake House 
Daria Howard 
Karyn Howard 
Letitia Howland 
Vera A. Howse 
Donna Hoyert 



Robert N. Hoyla 
Alison Hubbard 
James M. Huber 
Kathryn Hudson 
Keith Hudson 
Vanessa Huffman 



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Laura Hug 

Maria Hughes 

Jo Hughey 

Laura Hugus 

Carol Humphrey 

Michael Hund 



Linda M. Hutzler 
Jae Hwang 
Elizabeth Irzinski 
Lisa Isaacson 
Stephen Isaacson 
William Isenstadi 



Kenneth Isman 
Frank IsoIj 

Bella Jackson 
Bonita Jackson 
Chanla Jackson 

David Jacobs 



Jennie Jacobs 

John Jacob.'. 

Ezra Jallela 

David James 

Michael Jameson 

Alfred Jansen 



Cynthia Jaret 

Terry Jefferson 

Nancy Jeng 

Kimberly Jenkins 

Leanna K. Jeo 

Mark A. Jensen 



Seung Jeong 

Kendall Jewell 

Charles Jewett 

Candace Jimney 

Loretta Jitner 

Martha Jones 



Angela Johnson 
Barbara Johnson 
Caria Johnson 
David Johnson 
Dyane Johnson 
Holly Johnson 




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Karen M. Johnson 
Milton Johnson 
Robert B. Johnson 
Tambra Johnson 
Thomas Johnson 
Karen Jolley 



David Jones 
Kathleen Jones 
Melanie Jones 
Patricia Jones 
Silver Jones 
Stephanie Joseph 



Tonjua Julius 
Min Jung 
Jill Justice 
Antigone Juvelis 
Blair Kaden 
Barbara Kahn 



Michael Kain 
William Kalin 
Lisa Kamenir 
Daniella Kamis 
Bradley Kammholtz 
Martin Kane 



Suk Yong Kang 
Kosa Kaotira 
Mindy Kaplan 
Robyn Kaplan 
Devendra Kapoor 
Christopher Karabin 



Randi Karmel 
Elizabeth Karp 
Abdulwali Karzai 
Robyn Katcher 
Brian Katz 
Manasseh Katz 



Seth Katz 
Steven Katz 
Terry Katz 
Jeffrey Kauffman 
Jill Kaufman 
Frank Kaul 



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Elizabeth Kauiz 

Scott Kaye 

Robert Keane 

Karen Keene 

Andrew Keepers 

James Keilson 



Susan Keilson 

Nancy Keller 

Keith Kelley 

Joseph Kelt_\ 

Wayne Kemble 

Teresa Kendrick 



Cynthia Kenton 
Michael Keough 

Kimberlie Kerfoot 

Sharon Kerley 

Elizabeth Kerne 

Kathleen Kershaw 



Scott K esse I man 

Kristine Kessinger 

Michael Ketchum 

Michael J. Kettering. 

Jr. 

Peter D Kerser 

Shahid Khan 



Dheeraj Khera 
J ad Khoury 
Kira KiladJs 
Hye-Kyong Kim 
Martin King 
Jodi Kinglc) 



Shari L. Kiosk 

Thomas Kirby 

Suzi Kirchiro 

Katherine Kissh 

Gary Kitto 

Gary Klausner 



Laura Kleber 

Jeannette Klein 

Julia Klein 

Kenneth Kline 

Mary Kniss 

Kevin Kobylowski 




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John W. Koch 
Susan Koch 
William Koehnlein 
Kimberly Koenig 
Joanne Kogan 
Robin Koo 



Jeffrey Kornfield 
David Korolkin 
Christine Kosciesza 
Marni Kosser 
Sharon Kovens 
Melissa Kowal 



Saunders Kramer. Jr. 
Stephanie Krause 
Jonathan D. Kraut 
Ellen Kretchmar 
Alison Kreuter 
Glenn Krevans 



Jay Krigsman 
Peter Kristiansen 
Ronda Krueger 
Adam Kula 
Charles Kunda 
Catherine Kuntz 



Laura Kurie 
Mary Kurt 
llene Kuschuk 
Jane Kushner 
Kristy Kusumoto 
Hoshik Kwon 



Kristin Kylus 
Luis La bra 
Angela La Croix 
Gary Lafontaine, Jr. 
Jeff P. Lagowiiz 
Debra Lamberg 



James V. Lambert 
Carmen Lamberto 
Yvette Lamons 
Angel Rada Lanares 
Laura Lanfear 
Alan Lang 



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Michael Lang 

Cynthia tanning 

Dean Laril 

Cathy Lassiter 

Michele Lattimore 

Jeffrey La vine 



Stephen Lawless 

Da vid J. La wrence 

Tami Lawrence 

Michael La/arus 

Huyen Le 

Thao Le 



Nancy Leaderman 

Donna Lcdder 

David Lee 

Dongs ik Lee 

Haejod Lee 

Jane Lee 



Ji-Eun Lee 

John Lee 

Kyong Lcc 

Walter R. Lee III 

llene LeI'or 

Susan Lehman 



Edward Leibc 

Angelika Leinicr 

Michael Lemlc\ 

Andrea Lc\ 

Margot Levin 

Ronald Levin 



Stacey Levin 

Cara Levinson 

Rose Levush 

Andre Lewis 

Ann Lewis 

Ann-Michelle Lewis 



Bradley Lewis 
Steven Lewf. 
Mark Licsku 

Michelle Lilly 
Karen Lindo 
Jami Lingle 




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Roger tingle 
Richard Link 
Alison Linker 
Jerome Linkins 
Elizabeth Linstrom 
George Linthicum 



Roger Lipman 
Michelle Lister 
Elliot Liss 
Scott Litrenta 
Alexander Litvak 
Patrick Lloyd 



Brenda Locke 
Arden Lock wood 
David Loesche 
Alvina Long 
Anthony Long 
Kevin Long 



Sharlene Long 
Paul Loomis 
Christopher Loprete 
Michael Lorcnzen 
Christine Lounsberry 
Patrick Loveless 



Carol Love 1 1 
Jamison Lowe 
Alan Lubash 
Joyce Lubbes 
Abby J. Luber 
Sally Luber 



Donna Lucas 
James Lucas 
Brian Ludden 
Grace Lui 
Felicitas Lumaban 
Sherry Lund holm 



Gary Lundin 
Rodney Lustan 
Barbara Lutz 
Sheila h Lynch 
Keil Ma berry 
Allen Macey 



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Joseph Mackes 

Jill Mackin 

Scotl Mackoff 

Peter Madigan 

Jonathan Madnick 

Brian Magee 



Anthony Maggio 

Reza Maghsadi 

Cyndee Magruder 

Lisa Magruder 

Sheila Mahaffy 

Evelyn Mahairas 



Joseph Maher. Jr 

H. Christopher Malonc 

Carol Ann Malonc\ 

Suzanne Manian 

Debbie Mannina 

Kelly Maratta 



Denise Marcinski 

Annjoy Marcus 

Carolyn Marcus 

Erik Marghella 

Tim Margolis 

Sepeedeh Margono 



William Markowiiz 
G err it Marks 
Karen Marks 
Greg Marlow 
Kenneth Martin 
Pelra Martin 



Eric Mason 

Jack L. Mason. Jr. 

Caroline Mastal 

Lawrence Mantarasso 

Amy Mathews 

Kirk Mat lick 



Jefrrcy D. Matthews 

Marcie Mathews 

Maura Regan 

Suzanne Mayer 

Beth May hew 

Matthew Mazur 




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Giulia Mazzanli 
Patricia Mc Adams 
Timothy McAleer 
Nancy McCarthy 
Thomas McClay 
Michael McClosky 



Andrew McCrackin 
Cassandra McCree 
Sean McDonald 
Thomas McDonough 
Kerry J. McElwain 
Martin McEnroe 



Stacey McEvoy 
William McGarry 
Karen McGinn 
Deven McGraw 
Allen McGuckian 
William McGuire 



Kelly McHargue 
Kim McHugh 
Christine McKeever 
Ann McKenzie 
Timothy McLane 
Jeffrey McLean 



Michael McMahon 
Gale Mc Nelly 
Cindy McPherson 
Patricia McTeague 
Susan Medick 
Lynn P. Meininger 



Margaret Meixner 
Marie Mel I is 
Patricia Melvin 
Terry Melvin 
Hilary Mendelson 
Patricia Mercado 



James Mertz 
Nancy J. Meyer 
Robin Meyers 
Jeffrey Mich 
John Michel 



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Joseph Mickum 

John Mietus 

Todd Migdon 

Amy Robin Miller 

Cindy Miller 

Dana Miller 



Debbie Miller 

Donald Miller 

Kimberly Miller 

Lisa Miller 

Paul Miller 

Elise Millner 



Allison Mills 

Monique Milner 

Rosalyn Miltenberger 

Debby Minoff 

Oscar Miranda 

Rene Miranda 



Jeffrey Misrok 

Robert Mitchell 

Tammy Mitchell 

Thomas E. Mitchell 

Elaine Mixon 

Hamed Moghaddam 



Glenn Moglen 

Andrew Mok 

Louis Molina 

Bradley Moning 

Guillermo Monroy 

Kevin Mom 



Elaine Montgomery 

Ernest Monti 

Donna Moore 

Elaine Moore 

Melanie Moore 

Jose Mora 




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Aaron Nelson 
Agnes Nestor 



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Lisa Randall 

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Information Spectrum, Inc. (ISI), a growing management 
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Vice President, Marketing 



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Telephone (301 ) 840-5700 



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202-429-0111 



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261-7445 / 269-0919 







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792-7758 



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Refrigeration - Air Conditioning - Heating 




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94S-3666 



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439-4800 



Lustine Chevrolet 



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No previous credit required! 

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No money down on most models offered! 

No payments for 3 months. 

5710 Baltimore Ave. 
Hyatisville, MD 20701 

927-2431 



OlwIU COMPANIES, INC. 

BUILDING QUAUTY SINCE 1966 

Decades of experience in 

building and development in 

and around Montgomery 

County. 



1717 Elton Road 

Silver Spring, Maryland 

20903 

439-4200 



David M. Hall 

Director 
Employee Relations 



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Bendix Environmental Systems Division 

1400 Taylor Avenue 
P O Box 9840 
Baltimore MD 21284-9840 
Telephone (301) 321-5196 
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Media Cybernetics^ Inc. 

A leader in computer graphics products 

Media Cybernetics software and hardware products 
are powerful, flexible, easy to use, and produce high 
quality graphics. . .And as a result have set a new 
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dustry. 

HALO — a complete library of graphics sub-routines 
is known as the standard for microcomputer 
graphics. 

Dr. HALO II — a device independent, icon driven 
paint package that offers complete flexibility, speed 
and ease of use. 

Nimbus — a business presentation package this is 
data driven, yet allows users to interactively add 
drawings, logos, symbols, text, etc., to personalize 
presentations. 

Angel Graphics Workstations - complete graphics 
workstations that combine the power and versatil- 
ity of the IBM PC with high-resolution graphics 
boards, monitors, printers, cameras, frame 
grabbers, software, etc. 

Media Cybernetics, Inc., 7050 Carroii Avenue, 

Takoma Park, MD 20912, 301-270-0240 



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SEVEN SPRINGS 

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Efficiencies, L 2, 3 Bedroom Apt. Homes 



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• Furnished Apt's Available 



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1370 Piccard Drive Rockville, Maryland 20850 



301/840-1100 



Simulated control rooms developed by Link 
contribute to safe plant operation. 



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At our facilities in Silver Spring, Maryland, we 
have diversified opportunities calling for unique 
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ENGINEERS, PHYSICISTS, MATHEMATI- 
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11600 T«ch Road. Silver Spring, Maryland 20904 

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50 Rorida Ave. ME 

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1718-F Belmont Avenue 
Baltimore, Maryland 21207 
Phone: (301) 944-8000 



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322-3323 
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Executive Producer 
5340 Baltimore Avenue Hyattsvllle. Maryland 2078 1 



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YOU'VE PROVEN YOUR 
COMMITMENT... 

LET US PROVE OURS 

You've taken the time to prepare for a career. You studied 
hard, now finally, you're graduating. At Sovran 
Bank/Maryland we recognize the commitment you've 
made to your future. Now it's time to prove our commit- 
ment to you — new grads starting their careers in 
banking. 

If you are graduating at the top of your class and are 
majoring in Business Administration or a related 
discipline, we are interested in talking with you. Let us 
start you out in the right direction and help you advance 
your career. 

Sovran Bank/Maryland offers outstanding growth oppor- 
tunities as well as a competitive salary and benefits 
package. For further information, please send your 
resume to: Sovran Bank/Maryland, 6610 Rockledge 
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Dept. UMDorcall (301) 270-7170. An equal opportunity 
employer. 



Sovran 

BANK 



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14 Chestnut Street 1201 DeSoto Road 

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Bendix 
Aerospace 



Bendix Communications Division 

1300 East Joppa Road 
Baltimore. MO 21204 
Telephone (301) 583-4466 



Journey Beyond Tomorrow 
with M/A-COM Today. 



At IVl/A-COM Telecommunications, we're already at work on 
the breakthroughs that will define tomorrow's telecommu- 
nications technology. Because of our far-reaching develop- 
ments in X.25 packet networks and satellite communications, 
we are a recognized leader in the industry. We are also a 
premier supplier of telecommunications equipment to clients 
throughout the world. If you're ready to define tomorrow, join 
M/A-COM today. We have career opportunities in the follow- 
ing areas: 

• Satellite Communications 

• Packet Switching Networks 

• SNA Networks Relational Data Bases 

• Micro/Minicomputers 

• Computer Networkings 

• Data Communications 

• Voice Networks 

We offer excellent salaries, a comprehensive company-paid 
benefits package, tuition reimbursement, and fast-track 
career growth potential. To investigate these opportunities, 
send your resume to: M/A-COM Telecommunications, 11717 
Exploration Lane, Germantown, MD 20874. (301) 428-5674. 



4 WC0 



M/A-COM DCC 

A part of M/A-COM Telecommunications 

An equal opportunity employer 



Consratulations 
Class of 1987 



LANE HONDA 



9400 Baltimore Boulevard 
College Park, Maryland 20740 

Telephone (301) 44 1-2900 



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BENDIX 

FIELD ENGINEERING 

CORPORATION 

There's no better place to build an exciting career 

BENDIX FIELD ENGINEERING CORPORATION, a unit of Allied Corporation, provides expert technical and managerial 
services to a wide spectrum of government agencies and corporations. In fact, we're one of thie largest technical service 
contractors in the country. Many of our projects require the talents of: 



SCIENTIFIC REAL-TIME SYSTEMS 
SOFTWARE PROFESSIONALS 

• Program mers/Sr. 

• Project Systems Analysts 

Requires at least a Bachelor's degree in the hard sciences; 
experience utilizing any of the following computer systems 
is desirable: PDP-11; VAX; IBt^ 4341; HP 1000; IBIVI-PC; 
SIGIV1A 5 or 9; UNIVAC 1100 or equivalent. 

SYSTEMS ANALYSTS 

Requires BSCS/BSEE and experience in one or more of 
the following: SIIVlULATION IVIODELING; PERFORIVIANCE 
STUDIES: CONCEPT DEVELOPIVIENT; SYSTEIVIS 
ENHANCEf^^ENT; WORK LOAD STUDIES and TEST 
ANALYSIS. 



SYSTEMS ENGINEERS 

Requires BSEE/MSEE with experience in digital design. 
Knowledge of microprocessor-based data communications, 
hardware /software trade-offs, system test development/ 
evaluation, or data handling systems a plus. 

ELECTRONIC TECHNICIANS/ 
FIELD ENGINEERS/SR. 

Requires successful completion of an accredited 
technical or military electronics school and knowledge of 
one or more of the following areas: DEC-PDP-11/34; 
VAX-11/780; UNIVAC; AN SPN-42A; PIVIEL; Laser 
optics; RF/Digital/Microwave/Telemetry systems; desk 
top computers. 



For full information about careers with Bendix, see your College Placement Office or send your resume to: Dept. T86, 
BENDIX FIELD ENGINEERING CORPORATION, ONE BENDIX ROAD, COLUMBIA, MD 21045. We are an equal 
opportunity employer m/f/v. U.S. Citizenship is required for most positions. 



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953-0078 



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IS PREREQUISITE TO 

SUCCESS 



CONGRATULATIONS 
GRADUATES 



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who understands the 

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a small business 

Running a small business is like carrying 
the weight of the world on your shoulders. 
Why bear it alone? First Federal now offers a 
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Member FSLIC • Member Federal Home Loan Bank System 



PERDUE 



"What makes Perdue so 
successful? Frank's formula 
is simple: He believes in the 
infinite improvability of his 
products." 



TOM PETERS. CO-AUTHOR 
IN SEARCH OF EXCELLENCE 



• Fourth-largest integrated poultry com- 
pany in the U.S. • Largest supplier of 
fresh poultry in the Northeast • 
Facilities in Maryland, Delaware, 
Virginia, North Carolina and 
Indiana • 10,000 employees • 
Annualized growth of 17% per year for 
the past 12 years • 

CAREER INQUIRIES WELCOME: 

PERDUE INCORPORATED 

POST OFFICE BOX 1537 

SALISBURY, MARYLAND 21801 




HARKINS 
BUILDERS 

At Harkins, we're proud of our way of doing 
business because it works. We have built our 
reputation on providing comprehensive 
preconstruction planning and management coupled 
with cost-effective construction services. 

Since 1965, Harkins Builders has used a 
successful blend of experience, instinct and expertise 
to construct over three hundred projects, totalling a 
half billion dollars in the mid-Atlantic region. 

We put it all together. 

• Commercial & Tenant Fit-Up 

• Life Care & Nursing Facilities 

• Residential 

• institutional 

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CORPORATE OFFICES: 

12301 Old Columbia Pike, Silver Spring, MD 20904 
(301)622-9000 

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218 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 2120! 
(301)659-0700 



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DICK KRAVITZ, PRESIDENT (University of Marvland, 1966) 



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For Maryland's best, 

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Now make your next move by joining The University of 
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3-year introductory membership to graduating seniors 
for only $5. For more information, application and list 
of benefits call the Office of Alumni Affairs at 853-3704 
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PROUD OF MORE THAN HALF A CENTURY 
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At Martin Marietta Baltimore Aerospace we are proud of our more 
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