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CADEMICS 20 

Seniors by College 22 

Honoraries 86 

Administration 116 

Alumni 136 




TUDENT LIFE 140 

Commuters 142 

Domis 152 

Greeks 218 

Queens 276 

HeacUiners 290 





PORTS 300 

Football 302 

Soccer 312 

Basketball 316 

Wrestling 330 

Swimming 332 

Cross Country 334 

Track 336 

Lacrosse 338 

Baseball 344 

Tennis 348 

Golf 349 



RGANIZATIONS 350 

SGA 352 

Interest Groups 354-366 

Communications 407 

Performing Arts 423 

Religion 441 

Editor's Page and Staff 450 

Senior Index 452-461 



EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 

BUSINESS MANAGER - Sharon Smith 
LAYOUT EDITOR - Susie Kaminski 

PHOTO EDITORS 



Lisa Taylor 



COPY EDITOR - Jeanne Harris 
PROOF EDITOR - Margie Johnson 

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AGRI C U LTU RE 




A planter's son who enrolled in the College of Agricul- 
ture in 1856 would never recognize the changes that have 
occured in in agricultiiral professions since that time. 

"Agriculture is now more synonymous with food than 
with farming," said Dean Gordon Cairns. Modem agricul- 
ture involves studying the relationship of population to 
natural resources, the efficient use of technology and natural 
resources in food production, and the impact of urbaniza- 
tion on rural life and the development of rural communities. 

The new dimensions of agriculture are shown in the 
professions entered by graduates of the college. Only 
5-10% of the college's students go into farming, while the 
majority enter such diverse fields as private industry, gov- 
ernment, education aand research. 

Unlike the curricula of the University's other profession- 
ally oriented colleges, the agriculture curricula are not 
aimed at preparing students for employment only in fields 
related to agriculture. 

Degrees in botany, entomology and pre-theology, be- 
sides that of agricultural engineering, may also be obtained 
by pursuing various other lines of study offered within the 
College of Agriculture. 




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Dean Gordon Cairns 










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BADGER, lOHN CHARLES - Baltimore, Md.; Animal Science 
BENNER, ROY E. - Takoma Park, Md.; Soils 
BEWLEV, ROBERT PEARSON - Rockvillc, Md.; Animal 

Science (PreA'et) 
BRANDT, ROBERT CARROLL - Ellicott City, Md.; 

Conservation 
BRAHER, ALAN L. - Rocky Ridge, Md.; Ajironomy (Crops) 



CANTER, KENNETH GARY- Silver Springs, Md.; Prc- 

Veterinary 
KELTY, CARLTON L. - Rising Sun, Md.; Agronomy 
FRANCISCO, CAROLYN JUNE - Greenbelt, Md.; Gcnenil 

Agricvilture 
CILLEN, STEVEN GUY- Rockville, Md.: Agronomy 
HELLMAN, JAN VARIAN - Pikesville. Md.; Mineralogy 



HOSIIALL, DENNIS C. - Hampstead, Md.; Dairv Science 
lARRETT, DILMl'S, L'iLE III - Parsonsburg, Md.; Agronomy 
KLAVON, ALBERT JAMES - Takoma Park, Md.; Agricurtiire 

E,\tension 
LEHNERT, KENNETH G. - Silver Spring, Md.; Horticultnre 
MANN, DOROTHY EGC.LESTON - Elliott City. Md.; 

Horticulture 



MARTIN, ALLAN DALE - Arhutus, Md.; Con.servation 
PETERSON, ROY C:ARL - Marshallville, Georgia 
PHILLIl'S, H. BRUCE - Riverdale, Md.; Agriculture 
PHILLIPS. GEORGE BOUNDS - Quanticom, Md.; Agriculture 

Economics 
PIERCE, WILLIAM J. -Greenfield, Mass.; Conservation & 

Natural Resources 



RAY, CLIFFORD WAYNE - Reisterstow u, Md.; Agronomy 
REBERT, PHILIP LANGLY - Westminster, Md.; Animal 

Science 
RICE, WILLIAM L. - Cumberland, Md.; Agricultural 

Engineering 
SHERALD, JAMES LAWRENCE - Braddock Heights, Md.: 

Horticulture 
STANTON, THOMAS WINSTON - Grantsville, Md.; General 

Agriculture 



STEGER, JOSEPH M. - Cumberland, Md.; Horticulture 
WEISS, BARRY - Flushing, N. Y.; General Agriculture 
ZEIG, RICHARD BLAKEMAN - Adelphi, Md.; Horticulture 



Not Pictured: 
GROVE, EARL B. - Hagerstown, Md.; Dair>' Science 
WEDDERSPOON, IAN MALCOLM - Sali.sbury, Rhodesia; Agronomy 



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STUDEBAKER, FORREST EMMETT - Adelphi, Md.; 
Government & Politics 



BROWN, URSULA BARBARA - Hanover, Germany; Social 

Studies 
HAMMILL, THOMAS - Woodport, N. J., Government & 

Politics 
JOHNSON, A. F. - Winston-Salem, N. C.; Commerce 
KUPSTAS, JOHN - Huntsville, Pa.; Business Administration 
MARTIN, FREDERICK THOMAS - Richmond, Indiana; 

Mathematics 



UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 




The University of Maryland's own University College 
is indeed a "world university." Though first established in 
1947 to offer evening courses to area adults, its operations 
now cover over 5,000,000 square miles in 24 countries 
on four continents. 

The college's overseas programs, designed mainly to ex- 
tend University services to government personnel in foreign 
countries and servicemen stationed abroad, now offer two 
degrees — a Bachelor of Arts in General Studies and a 
Bachelor of Science in Military Studies. 

One unique aspect of this "world university" is that it 
claims its own "flying dean." Since 1952 when he became 
dean of University College, Dr. Ray Ehrensberger has 
clocked over 4,000 hours in prop-planes, spending nearly six 
months a year overseas observing and directing the col- 
lege's numerous operations. 

In October the United States Air Force honored "Flying 
Dean" Ehrensberger with the highest civilian award, citing 
him as the man chiefly responsible for initiating the pro- 
gram which has enabled 17,000 servicemen to earn de- 
grees abroad. 



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Dean Ray Ehrensberger 



ARCHITECTURE 






Dean John W. Hill 




The School of Architecture, the University's newest col- 
lege, opened this fall with a faculty of four and an enroll- 
ment of 54 first-year students. 

The school is now located in building DD in the gulch; 
however, a new building will tentatively be completed by 
September, 1970. 

No official curriculum has been set up for the five-year 
architectural program as yet, but a studio course in the 
processes of design is now being offered and more courses 
will be added next year. 

Dean John W. Hill hopes to limit required courses to 
create a wide selection of professional electives from the 
School of Architecture and other colleges. In giving stu- 
dents as much freedom as possible, they are able to de- 
velop their own interests and still remain within the range 
of the program. 

Instituting a master's program is also part of Dean 
HUl's future plans. 

The growth of the school will reflect the changing role 
of the architect in modem society. "Architecture does not 
refer just to the planning of a single building, but in- 
volves complex systems of community planning," Hill said. 

"The goal is not just the creation of a single work of 
beauty, but the enhancement of the quality of life." 



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ARTS and SCIENCES 



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Dean Charles A. Manning 




With its diversity of departments and course offerings, 
the College of Arts and Sciences is a university within a 
university. 

An undergraduate enrollment of approximately 10,000 
students (or one third of the university population) gives 
A&S a wider cross-section of student-types than many of 
the other colleges. The 29 possible majors, ranging from 
the almost totally aesthetic fine arts to the extremely prac- 
tical physical and biological sciences, belie the possibility 
of the stereotype A&S student. 

"The responsibility of satisfying varying needs and 
demands, stemming from the broad spectrum of interests 
and temperaments of the students, is the real problem of 
the College of Arts and Sciences," noted Dr. Norman C. 
Laffer, associate dean of the college. 

Besides being a university in itself, the college has an- 
other unique aspect. "More than any other college," Laffer 
said, "A&S is a service college." Since all students must 
take the basic University requirements of history, mathe- 
matics and speech offered through A&S, the college per- 
forms what Laffer termed "the dual role" of providing a 
service program for all students while maintaining an 
identity all its own. 





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AANENSON, VICKI JANE - Bethesda, Md.; Sociology 
AARON, THOMAS R. - Bedford, Mass.; Economics 
ADAIR ELEANOR ROE - Hyattsville, Md.; Mathematics 
ALBERT, CAROL ANN - Silver Spring, Md.; German 
ALUISI, TONI LEE - District Heights, Md.; Sociology 



ANDERSON, JANICE M. - Laurel, Md.; Sociology 
ANDERSON, ROBERT CHARLES - Forest Hill, Md.; History 
ANDERSON, ROSALIND - Alexanlriai, Va.; Studio Art 
ANDREWS, WAYNE DENNIS - Baltimore, Md.; Philosophy 
ANGEL, EDWARD - Chevy Chase, Md.; History 



APGAR, MARY RITA - Aberdeen, Md.; English 
ARMSTRONG, SUSAN LAURA - Baltimore, Md.; Zoology 
ARNAIZ, JAMES V. - Bayonne, N. J.; Government and Politics 
ASHTON RICHARD JAMES - Frederick, Md.; Sociology 
AVERBACH, NANCY S. - Baltimore, Md.; Speech Therapy 



AULT, THOMAS A. - Rockville, Md.; MathemaHcs 
AUSTIN, JEAN M. - Silver Spring, Md.; Psychology 
AUSTIN, KAREN B. - Spokane, Wash.; Art History 
BAIN, ELIZABETH ANNE - Silver Spring, Md.; English 
BAIR, JOHN R. - Baltimore, Md.; Zoology 



BARNETT, ERIC C. - Philadelphia, Pa.; Psychology 
BARRETT, SUSAN E. - Momingside, Md.; Latin American 

Foreign Area 
BART, MARILYN - Montvale, N. J.; French and Sociology 
BARTNIK, DONALD J. - Baltimore, Md.; Sociology 
BAUGH, ANN C. - Sev^ma Park, Md.; French 



BAUMANN, ELIZABETH ANN - Baltimore, Md.; Psychology 
BAXTER, MARCI - Laurel, Md.; Anthropology 
BECHTEL JAMES EDWARD - Lenisburg, Pa.; Psychology 
BECKY JR., JOHN WILLIAM - Salisbury, Md.; History 
BELAGA, MARSHALL EDWARD - Baltimore, Md.; 
Psychology 



BELT JOHN GERALD - Cumberland, Md.; Mathematics 
BENS,' TORE HARRISON - Chevy Chase, Md.; English 
BERENHOLTZ, JERRY - Baltimore, Md.; Pre-law and 

Sociology 
BERMAN, BARBARA S. - New Haven, Conn.; Sociology 
BERNSTEIN, ANNE LOIS - Silver Spring, Md.; Mathematics 



BESSLING, WILLLIAM HILLARY - Baltimore, Md.; Social 

Science 
BIANGHI, SUSAN JANE.- Philadelphia, Pa.; French 
BILLMEIR, MARTHA ANN - Denton, Md.; Zoology 
BISHOP, CLAIRE PAUL - Takoma Park, Md.; Fine Arts 
BLASER, MARIELLEN- Wheaton, Md.; English 



BLAUL, ROSALIE - Arnold, Md.; Psychology 
BLOCK, ELLEN N. - Creenbelt, Md.; Latin American Area 
BLYTHE REBECCA A.- Lanham, Md.; Spanish 
BODDEN, MARIANNE KATHARINA - Bethesda, Md.; 

Sociology 
BOCK, CHRISTOPHER E. - Landover Hills, Md.; 

Mathematics 



BOEHL, JOHN D. - Glenarm, Md.; General Science 
BOTT, WILLIAM K. - Beltsville, Md.; General Physical 

Science. 
BOTTOM, GORDON ROBERT - Hyattsville, Md.; German 
BOURDOSIS, MARGO - Wheaton, Md.; History 
BOWEN, STEPHEN L. - University Park, Md.; Pre-Vet 

Medicine 



BOWERS, ALAN STUART - Baltimore, Md.; Spanish 
BOWERS, DOUGLAS El'GENE - Berkshire, Md.; History 
BOYER, GLORIA JEAN - Silver Spring, Md.; English 
BRADT, PETER F. — Exeeslior Springs, Missouri; Geography 
BRADY, BARBARA ANN - Bethesda, Md.; English 



BRAGONJE, JUDITH LEE - Berwyn Heights, Md.; 

Mathematics 
BRAUN, JOHN CHARLES - Catonsville, Md.; English 
BREWER, JAMES FRANCIS, JR. - Silver Spring, Md,; 

I'syehology 
BROOMALL, ROBERT WALTER - Baltimore, Md.; Englisli 
BRITOWICH, MARK S. - Bahimore, Md.; Dramatics 



BRODSKY, RICHARD ELLIOTT - Bahimore, Md.; Zoology 

— Pre-Med 
BROSIUS, KLAUS-DIETER W. - Baltimore, Md.; Mathematics 
BROWN, ALLEN F. - Silver Spring, Md.; Psychology 
BROWN, WARNER HARRISON - Baltimore, Md.; Sociology 
BRUCE, ELIAZABETH ANNE - Bethesda, Md.; Government 

and Politics 



BRYER, MADELINE LEE - Silver Spring, Md.; Sociology 
BUCKLEY, MARY LYNN - Kensington, Md.; Government and 

Politics 
BUCKSON, VELVER lEAN - Baltimore, Md.; Mathematics 
BUGG, EMILY LOWE - Henderson, Ky.; History and 

Government and Politics 
BULLOCK, PATRICIA ANN - Baltimore, Md.; Mathematics 



BURGER. GERALD MICHAEL - SUver Spring, Md.; 

Premedicine 
BURTON, THOMAS JAMES - Fort Clayton, Canal Zone; 

Radio-T.V. 
BYERS, DOROTHY LORRAINE - Glen Burnie, Md.; English 
BYRD, NORVAL E. Ill - Baltimore, Md.; History 
CAPLAN, RONALD IRA - Baltimore, Md.; Psychology 



CAPRIO, FRANK B. - Falls Church, Va.; Sociology and 

Psychology 
CAPUTO, CAROL A. - Nutley, N. J.; Spanish 
CARASSO, JEANNETTE SARA - Randallstown, Md,; 

Mathematics 
CARLTON, MARY SUE - Graham, N. C; English 
CARP, RESA ANNE - Bahimore, Md.; Art History 



CARPENTER, ARTHUR G. - Jefterson, Md.; Philosophy 
CARRAWAY, GWENDOLYN MAUREENA - Brandywine, 

Md.; Social Studies 
CASEY, DENIS PATRICK - Trenton, N. J.; English 
CASSIDY, SHEILA M. -Lanham, Md.; Economics 
CATZVA, GARY ROBERT - Silver Spring, Md.; Mathematics 



CHEEK, JUDITH ANNE - Catonsville, Md.; Psychology 
CHERKIS, BRUCE - Baltimore, Md.; Optometry 
CHIOARIU, ILIE - Sibiu, Rumania; Zoology 
CHOROSZEJ, WAYNE H. - Havre De Grace, Md.; Historv 
CHRISTIAN, PAUL - Hyattsville, Md.; Government and 
Politics 



CLENNY, LESLIE - Cumberland, Md.; History 

CLOUD, WILLIAM STEWART - St. Louis, Md.; Government 

and Politics 
COATES, MARION ATWOOD - Fallston, Md.; Sociology 
COCHRAN, LEILANI R. - Baltimore, Md.; English 
COCKEY, MARTHA - Towson, Md.; Sociology 



COFER, JOY ANITA - Columbus, Georgia; English 
COHEN, THELMA ELYSE - Silver Spring, Md.; English 
COLEMAN, CHARLES NEIL - Bahimore, Md.; Government 

and Politics 
COLLEVECCHIO, NICHOLAS JOSEPH - Baltimore, Md.; 

Psychology 
COLLINS, ANNE MAUREEN - Bahimore, Md.; Psychology 





COMBS, ELIZABETH IRELAND - Leonardtown, Md.; 

English 
CONN, BETTY SUSANNE - Ashton, Md.; History 
CONNELLY, BERNADETTE HELEN - Adelphi, Md.; 

History 
CONNER, PATRICK WAYNE - Marion .Station, Md.; English 
COOK, CHARLOTTE EILEEN - Kensington, Md.; Latin 

American History 



CORCORAN, PAUL GERARD - Rockville, Md.; Pre-Dental 
CORKRAN, CAROLYN FAYE - Cambridge, Md.; Hi.story 
COZZOLI, THOMAS EDWARD - Hagerstown, Md.; T.V. 

Directing 
CRALEY, NORMAN SPENCER -Silver Spring, Md.; Radio- 

T.V. 
CRAMPTON, BARBARA ANN - Boonsboro, Md.; French 



CREEL, ANN L. - Washington, D. C; Philosophy 
CREITZ, WILLIAM WALTER - Kensington, Md., Chemistry 
CRESPO, ALFREDO F. - Ciienca, Ecuador; Mathematics 
CUMMINGS, LINDA DALE - Adelphi, Md.; Hi.story 
CUNNINGHAM, CECILE TINA - Wheaton, Md.; English 



CUSTER, GREGORY DAVID - Baltimore, Md.; Psychology 
DANN, EVERETT C. - Catons\'ille, Md.; Political Science 
DANOFF. LESLIE S. - Baltimore, Md.; Biological Sciences 
DAUGHERTY, JOHN RAYMOND - Arbutus, Md.; Botany 
DAUM, BARBARA JEANNE - Bethesda, Md.; Sociology 



DAVIDSON, ELAINE RITA- Washington, D. C: Math 
DAVIES, JANICE EATON - Severna Park, Md.; Sociology 
DAVIS, MICHAEL KENT - Hillcrest Heights, Md.; 

Philosophy 
DAVIS, SUSAN LYNN - Dundalk, Md.; Psychology 
DAWSON, MARGARET ANNE - Arlington, Va.; French 



DEAN, ROBERT D. - Kensington, Md.; Psychology and 

Sociology 
DEAN, RANALD O. - Kennsington, Md.; Psychology 
DE MATTEIS, ELLIOT PAUL - Rochester, N. Y.; Speech 
DENTON, SUSAN C. - Baltimore, Md.; English 
DEVANEY, DENNIS MARTIN - Mt. Rainier, Md.; History 



DE VRIES, ELLEN - Takoma Park, Md.; Sociology 
DICKSON, DUNCAN R. - Annapolis, Md.; History 
DICKSON, HARRIET SARA- Hvattsville, Md.; Sociology 
DITTO, GARY H. - Bethesda, Md.; History 
DODD, MICHAEL J. - Hyattsville, Md.; Zoology 



DONELAN, MARY PATRICIA - Chevy Chase, Md.; 

Psychology 
DONOVAN, BARBARA JOAN - Bethesda, Md.; English 
DORER, WILLIAM LEONARD - Baltimore, Md.; Geography 
DOVE, THOMAS P. - Hyattsville, Md.; Goxemment and 

Politics 
DOWLING, RICHARD E. -Wheaton, Md.; Government and 

Politics 



DOWNS, II, CHARLES FLOYD - Glen Burnie, Md.; History 
DREIFUSS, lEFF M. - Hyatts\ ille, Md.; P.sychology 
DUBNOFF, BARBARA JO - Passaic, N. J.; English 
DUNLOP, RICHARD E. - Philadelphia, Pa.; Social Psychology 
DUNNER, SANDRA - Hyattsville, Md.; Psychology and 
Sociology 



ECKEL, MARGARET LUCILLE - Bethesda, Md.; History 
EDELSTEIN, JACK - New Carrollton, Md.; .Ajiierican 

Studies 
EINSPRUCH, MURIEL ANNE - Baltimore, Md.; Zoology 
ELKINS, JOHN HUNTINGTON - Frederick, Md.; Psy- 
chology 
ELLIS, DONNA LLOYD - Baltimore, Md.; Television 



ELLIS, JAMES EDWARD - Silver Spring, Md.; Comparative 

Literature 
ESKOW, ROY LIONEL - Perth Amboy, N. J.; English 
ESTES, CHRISTINE D. - Silver Spring, Md.; Applied Music 
ESTES, TERRANCE G. - Greybull, Wyoming; Government 

and Politics 
EULER, MARY ELIZABETH - Glen Burnie, Md.; English 



EVANS, WILLIAM JOSEPH - Wasliington, D. C; Zoology 
EWING, ELAINE M.- Baltimore, Md.; English 
FABER, JUDITH R. - Roslyn, L. I., N. Y.; Art Educatioin 
FAIRCLOTH, RICHARD LINWOOD - Clinton, Md.; Zoology 
FEINBERG, HARRY NORMAN - Silver Spring, Md.; History 



FEINGLASS, ELLEN JUDY - Baltimore, Md.; Mathematics 
FELA GEORGETTE SYLVIA - Silver Spring, Md.; Enghsh 
FELDMAN, MARE - Baltimore, Md.; Pre-Dental-Sociology 
FELDMAN, SANDRA - Bethesda, Md.; Sociology 
FELLER, MARJORIE MAY - Greenbelt, Md.; Zoology 



FENN, RONALD EARL - Upper Marlboro, Md.; Psychology 
FERJO, MARY ELLEN - Oxnard, California; German 
FERRIS, ROBIN H. - Camp Springs, Md.; Sociology 
FERRY, THOMAS PATRICK - HyattsviUe, Md.; Zoology 
FINE, JARED I. - Mt. Rainier, Md.; Zoology 



FITZMAURICE, ANNE CATHERINE - Greenbelt, Md.; 

Psychology , ,, 

FLEIGH, NANCY DOWNIN - Hagerstown, Md.; History 
FLEISCHMAN, ALICE HELEN - Catonsville, Md.; Sociology 
FLEMING, JACQUELINE -Baltimore, Md.; Psychology 
FLETCHER, JOHN FRANCIS - Bethesda, Md.; Sociology 



FLOOD, PATRICIA - Silver Spring, Md.; Sociology 
FORD, KENNETH IRVING - Baltimore, Md.; Pre-Law 
FORINGER, PAMELA MILDRED - Rockville, Md.; Speech 
FOSTER, WARREN R. - Rockville, Md.; Pre-Medicine 
FOWLER, DOROTHY MARIE - District Heights, Md.; Art 



FRASER, ROLLIN SEALE - Silver Spring, Md.; History 
FRATIANNI, NANCY CLAIRE - Oxon Hill, Md.; Sociology 
FREER, ROBERT WALKER - Garrett Park, Md.; Economics 
FRIBUSH, SUZANNE H. - Pikesville, Md.; Speech and 

Hearing Science 
GABOR, MONICA ROSE - Laurel, Md.; Art 



GARDNER, BETTY - Cullen, Md.; English 
GARDNER, PHYLLIS A. - Baltimore, Md.; Psychology 
GARDNER, ROBERT DAVID - Trenton, N. J.; Mathematics 
GAFINKEL, DARRYL JAY - Baltimore, Md.; Zoology 
GAWTHROP, JEAN FLORENCE - Annapolis, Md.; 
Microbiology 



GAYAN, JOAN ESTELLE - Beltsville, Md.; French 
GEBLER, ARNOLD FREDERICK - Kingsville, Md.; English 
GEISENKOTTER, PAULETTE DEW - Catonsville, Md.; 

Microbiology 
GERSHON, BONNIE H. - Silver Spring, Md.; Spanish 
GIBNEY, MARRHEW J.-Crofton, Md.; German-Pre-Medicine 



GILBERT GLADYS - Baltimore, Md.; American Studies 
GINN, RONALD JOSEPH - Silver Spring, Md.; Psychology 
GINSBERG, ELAINE ANN - Silver Spring, Md.; Sociology 
GINSBERG, NANCY VERA - Baltimore, Md.; Psychology 
GLACKIN, SUE ANN - Cardiff, Md.; Government and Politics 









GOFFMAN, BARBARA JANE - Randallstown, Md.; Sociology 
GOLDBERG, LEWIS STANLEY - Takoma Park, Md.; 

Psychology 
GOLDBERG, MARSHALL FRANKLIN - Baltimore, Md.; 

Zoology- Pre-Medicine 
GOLDBERG, THERESA M. Woodbridge, N. J.; Spanish 
GLODBLATT, LEONARD I. - Rockville, Md,; History 



GOLDMAN, LAURA C. - W. Hyattsville, Md.; Spanish 
GOLDSTEIN, MARK ALLAN - Rockville, Md.; Zoology 
GORDON, LOUIS IRA - Baltimore, Md.; Pre-Dental-Sociology 
GOLOSKOV, STANLEY HOWARD - Baltimore, Md.; Zoology 
GRADET, HOWARD - Silver Spring, Md.; English 



GRADY, CHERYL P. - Silver Spring, Md.; History 
GRAMLING, VERNON RALPH - Aberdeen, Md.; Sociology 
GRAVITIS, INARA - Bethesda, Md.; German 
GRAY, JANE - Mt. Rainier, Md.; Psychology 
GRAY, LINDA MARIE - Richmond, Va.; English 



GREENFELD, DA VIA NANCY - Owings Mills, Md.; Speech 

Theraphy 
GREENHOUSE, JOAN E. - Silver Spring, Md.; English 
GREGOR, LYNN ARLINE - Silver Spring, Md.; History 
GRESSER, CAROL JEAN - Baltimore, Md.; Microbiology 
GRIGGS, JUDITH ANN - Baltimore, Md.; Sociology 



GROSBAYNE, FRANKLIN CHARLES - Baltimore, Md.; 

Psychology 
GROSFEILD, GERSON - Silver Spring, Md.; Psychology 
GROSSMAN, MAYNARD - Baltimore, Md.; Radio & T.V. 

Broadcasting-Speech 
GROSSMAN, STEPHEN BRUCE - Wheaton, Md.; Physics 
GUDE, JOSEPH LANE - Chevy Chase, Md.; Government and 

Politics 



GURNEY, SAUL DAVID - Randallstown, Md.; Pre-Dentistry- 

Sociology 
GUY JOYCE CARPENTER - Beltsville, Md.; Econoomics 
GUYKER, CHARLES LOUIS - Donora, Pa.; Psychology 
HAGAN, MICHAEL FRANCIS - New CarroUton, Md.; 

Sociology 
HAINES, JR., NORMAN W. - Hagerstown, Md.; Psychology 



HALE, RICHARD ALTON - Hyattsville, Md.; English 
HARDIN, JANET ELIZABETH - Hyattsville, Md.; Sociology 
HARDING, GARY KENT - Chesapeake, Va.; Physics 
HARGY, CECELIA MARGARET- Catonsville, Md.; Sociology 
HARRIS, JOHN CHARLES - Baltimore, Md.; Zoology 



HARRIS, MARCELLA LINDA - Baltimore, Md.; Microbology 
HARRIS, STEPHEN EDWARD- Adelphi, Md.; Art 
HARRISON, OLIVIA ANN - Ocean City, Md.; Government 

and Politics 
MECKEL, JOSEPH JOHN - Queens, N. Y.; Criminology 
HEGGESTAD, MARGOT KATHRYN - College Park, Md.; 

History 



HENDERICKSON, THOMAS - Wheaton, Md.; Government 

and Politics 
HENKE, BARBARA PEGG - Bethedsa, Md.; English 
HENRY, BARBARA J. - Washington, D. C; Sociology 
HENSON, DAVID LESLIE - Hagerstown, Md.; Psychology 
HERGET, JOHN WILLIAM - Bethesda, Md.; History 



HETZLER, STEPHANIE ADAIR - Rockville, Md.; Sociology 
HICKEY, ALAN JOSEPH - Falmouth, Maine; Zoology 
HIGGINS, MARGARET ANN - Bowie, Md.; Psychology 
HIGGINS, MARY PATRICIA - Sdver Spring, Md.; 

Government and Politics 
HILL, ROBERT L. - Brainardsville, N. Y.; Psychology 



HIMELFARB, JUDY GAIL - Baltimore, Md.; Psychology 
HOEHL, CHERYL JEAN - New Carlisle, Ohio; Art 
HOFFMAN, BARRY EDWARD - Randallstown, Md.; Zoology 
HOFFMEISTER, ETHEL L. - Point of Rocks, Md.; Zoology 
HOLLIDAY, CHARLES RICHARD - Hyattsville, Md.; 
Geography 



HOOVER, VIRGINIA LEE - Hampstead, Md.; Sociology 
HOPE, DALE ELAINE - Catonsville, Md.; English 
HORNEY, FAYE MADELYN - Chester, Md.; Sociology 
HOUSTON, PAUL FRANCIS - Bethedsda, Md.; History 
HUESTIS, KENNETH F. - Glen Burnie, Md.; Government 
and Politics 



HYMAN, SALLY LAURA - New York City, N. Y.; Philosophy 
HYMAN, STANLEY MARTIN - Rockville, Md.; Sociology 
INGLES, RICHARD O. - Baltimore, Md.; Psychology 
INMAN, ANNE ELIZABETH - Glen Burnie, Md.; Biology 
IRVING, MALCOM JOHN - Mamaroneck, N. Y.; Psychology 



JACKSON, DELBERT LEE - Elkton, Md.; History 
JACOBSON, FRED M. - Bethesda, Md.; Mathematics 
JARBOE, ROBERT ERNEST- Laurel. Md.; English 
JASKOWITZ, RITA - Langley Park, Md.; English 
JEFFREY, KESSLER DAVID - Baltimore, Md.; Mathematics 



JENKINS, BENJAMIN - Baltimore, Md.; Zoology 
JOHANSEN, CAROL ELAINE - Baltimore, Md.; Biological 

Sciences 
JOSEPH, KAREN B. - Sillver Spring, Md.; Psychology 
JONES, PATRICIA E. - McLean, Va.; English 
JONES, THOMAS WILSON - Catonsville, Md.; Botany 



JURGELA, ELENA DONNA MAY - Bethe.sda, Md.; Music 
KAISER, SUSAN - Kensington, Md.; English 
KALICKA, MARILYN STARR - Silver Spring, Md.; 

Psychology 
KAMINSKI, ROBERTA ELIZABETH - Silver Spring, Md.; 

English 
KAMPHAUS, MARY LOU - Hillcrest Heights, Md.; Psychology 



; English 

■ Aberdeen, Md.; 



KAPER. JOANNA L. - Bel Air, Md. 
KAPLAN, LAWRENCE ARTHUR - 

Psychology- Pre - Dental 
KAPLAN, SAM - Silver Spring, Md.; Government and Politics 
KARR, ROSE PATRICIA - Baltimore, Md.; Psychology 
KAUFMAN, LINDA ELLEN - Silver Spring, Md.; Economics 



KELLY, CHRISTOPHER T. - Wilmington, Del.; Zoology 
KELLY, JOANNE TERESA- Kensington, Md.; History 
KELLY, THOMAS EARL - Baltimore, Md.; Sociology 
KENNY, MAUREEN - Laurel, Md.; Sociology 
KESSLER, MARILYN STARR - Silver Spring, Md.; 
Psychology 



KING, MARY PATRICIA - Bowie, Md.; English 

KING, SIMON THEODOR - Silver Spring, Md.; Zoology 

KIRCHNER, NANCY ANNE - Temple Hills, Md.; 

Microbiology 
KIRSH, BARBARA J. - Baltimore, Md.; General Speech 
KLAUSNER, JEFFREY SAMUEL - BaUimore, Md.; Zoology 



KLEIN, HARVEY W. - Baltimore, Md.; Zoology 
KLEIN, LENNIE-Owings Mills, Md.; English 
KLEIN, MARGARET RUTH - Silver Spring, Md. 
KONTOS, VALERIE - Baltimore, Md.; Psychology 
KNEE, JOSEPH LEONARD - N. Y.; History 





KNIGHT, KAY ARDELLE - Frederick, Md.; Sociology 
KOLIAIS, CHARLES PETE - Baltimore, Md.; History 
KOONTZ, FREDERICK SINGLEY - Baltimore, Md.; History 
KOONTZ, JOHN EDWARD - Baltimore, Md.; History 
KOZIARZ, BARBARA JAYNE - Sevema Park, Md.; English 



KRALL, PAUL RICHARD - Beltsville, Md.; History 
KRAMER, RICHARD EDWARD - Baltimore, Md.; History 
KRATZ, JUDITH ANN - College Park, Md.; English 
KREPP, DANIEL PATRICK - Dundalk, Md.; American 

Studies 
KRIEGER, SHELDON JAY - Baltimore, Md.; Sociology 



KRUGER, JUDITH LEE - Kensington, Md.; Psychology 
KUMER, JR., JAROLD JOSEPH - Annapolis, Md.; Economics 
LAMBERT, JANET ANN - Baltimore, Md.; Geography 
LANSBERG, KAREN JOAN - Randallstown, Md.; English 
LANTZ, CHRISTIAN HUBBARD - Temple Hills, Md.; 
Zoology 



LA VAY, JOANNE - Chevy Chase, Md.; History-Government 

& Politics 
LAW, MARY ELAINE - Gaithersburg, Md.; Sociology 
LAWLESS, ELLEN R. - Washington, D. C; Speech Therapy 
LAZARUS, RRICHARD T. - Hyattsville, Md.; Physics 
LEASE, KAREN P. - Cockeysville, Md.; Fine Arts 



LEBOE, WILLIAM EDWARD - Baltimore, Md.; Zoology- 

Pre-Medicine 
LEBSON, ARTHUR M. - Antietam, Md.; Psychology 
LEIMBACH, JR., JOHN WALTER - Catonsville, Md.; English 
LEISURE, LEAH - Baltimore, Md.; Pre-Veternarian 
LEON, SONIA MARGARITA - Hyattsville, Md.; French & 

Spanish 



LERNER, CAROLYN LEE- Adelphi, Md.; Spanish 
LEVINE, KENNETH ROBERT - New Hyde Park, N. Y.; 

Pre-Dental-Psychology 
LEVY, ARTHUR - Newark, N. J.; Anthropology 
LEVY, DEBORAH JOAN - Baltimore, Md.; Mathematics 
LEWIS, JANE ELLEN - Silver Spring, Md.; Modern 

Dance 



LEWIS, SANDRA JOAN - Silver Spring, Md.; Spanish 
LEWIS, SUSAN RIDGE - Baltimore, Md.; Sociology 
LIEBERMAN, MICHAEL ALLEN - Silver Spring, Md.; 

Economics 
LINDERMAN, JAMES E. - Roscoe, Pa.; Mathematics 
LIGHT, PAMELA SUE - New Carrollton, Md.; Art 



LING, FLORENCE TOWA - Silver Spring, Md.; Psychology 
LIPPMAN, MYRNA G. - Baltimore, Md.; English 
LIPSITZ, NANCY A. - Buffalo, N. Y.; English 
LIPSON, MIRIAM F. - Wheaton, Md.; Secondary Art 
LORING, WILLIAM GUSHING, III - Bethesda, Md.; History 



LOWE, ELIZABETH LEE - Bowie, Md.; Pre-Medicine- 

Zoology 
LOWENSTEIN, PHYLLIS MINDEL - Bethesda, Md.; 

Zoology 
LUND, JEFFREY ALAN - Willow Grove, Pa.; Sociology 
LURIE, JERALD BENSON - Baltimore, Md.; Psychology 
LUSBY, JAMES ROBERT - Carrollton, Md.; Psychology 



MACCUBBIN, PHYLLIS LEE - Winchester, Va.; History of 

Art 
MACIOLEK, SHARON ELIZABETH - Baltimore, Md.; 

Psychology 
MACK, ALLAN J. - Baltimore, Md.; Political Science 
MacRAE, JOHN A. - Takoma Park, Md.; Pre-Medicine 
MADERA, DIANE FRANCES - Hillcrest Heights, Md.; 

English 



MAHONEY, JOSEPH JAMES - Rising Sun, Md.; Industrial 

Sociology 
MAIDEN, ROBERT V. - Washington, D. C; Pre-Medicine 
MAIER, LINDA LEE - Suitland, Md.; English 
MAISEL, STANLEY J. - Hyattsville, Md.; Zoology 
MALCOLM, DOUGLAS IRWIN - Potomac, Md.; Government 

& Politics 



MANN, ALLAN LOUIS - Silver Spring, Md.; American 

Studies 
MARX, NANCY JEANNE - Silver Spring, Md.; English 
MATTOX, SANDRA ANNE - Fleischman's Village, Md.; 

Sociology 
McABEE, SALLY L. - Catonsville, Md.; English 
McAllister, RALPH K. - Pasadena, Md.; General Biological 

Sciences 



McCLURE, JUDITH ANN - Washington, D. C; English 
McFADDEN, MICHAEL GOODEN - Fanwood, N. J.; History 
McGOWEN, KATHRYN MARIE - Cheverly, Md.; Speech- 
Radio & T.V. 
McHUGH, BRIAN JOSEPH - Silver Spring, Md.; Zoology 
McKENNA, BUNNY - Chevy Chase, Md.; English 



McMAHON, DEIRDRE KATHERINE - Kensington, Md.; 

History 
McMINN, ROSEMARY HALL - Lutherville, Md.; English 
MEDEIROS, MARGARET CYNTHIA - Baltimore, Md.; 

Sociology 
MELOMET CHERYL RENEE - Bronx, N. Y.; Psychology 
MENICK, JEFFREY M. - Silver Spring, Md.; American 

Studies 



MERRITT, DANIEL TATUM, III - Lutherville, Md.; 

Sociology 
MERRITT, SHIRLEY JEAN - Baltimore, Md.; Government & 

Politics 
MEYER, JOHN P. - Bowie, Md.; Zoology 
MEYER, RICHARD J. - Massapequa, N. Y.; History 
MEYEROWITZ, ANN - Pikesville, Md.; English 



MICELI, JOSEPH DOMINICK - Darien, Conn.; General 

Biological Sciences 
MICHELSEN, STEPHEN JEFFREY - Silver Spring, Md.; 

Sociology 
MICHINI, PATRICIA ANN - Elliocott City, Md.; Psychology 
MILLER, BARBARA JEAN - Baltimore, Md.; English 
MILLER, DEBORAH LEE - Hyattsville, Md.; English 



MILLER, FRANCES A. - Baltimore, Md.; French 
MILLER, KAREN BRUCE - Bethesda, Md.; Art 
MILLER, MARILYN HANNAH - Baltimore, Md.; 
MILNER, STUART DENNIS - Handallstown, Md. 
MINTZ, CAROLYN L. - Washington, D. C; Art 



Psychology 
Psychology 



MOES, PATRICIA ELLEN - Carlstadt, N. J.; French 
MOKHTARZADA, M. YOUNOS - Herat, Afghanistan; Pre- 

Medicine-Psychology 
MOLINO, JOHN WAYNE - Baltimore, Md.; Psychology 
MONTGOMERY, CHERYL ANN - Chevy Chase, Md.; 

Government & Politics 
MOON, DONNA KATHLEEN - Hyattsville, Md.; Sociology 



MOORE, MICHAEL G. - Langley Park, Md.; Government & 

Politics 
MORGAN, CHLORIS HELEN - Baltimore, Md.; Zoology 
MORREALE, ELENA JOSEPHINE - Salisbury, Md.; Biology 
MORRISON, STANLEY A. - Baltimore, Md.; Zoology 
MORTON, DAVID MARCUS - Baltimore, Md.; Government 

& Politics 



MOSHER, FREDERICK RAY - Indian Head, Md.; Physics 
MURPHY, GRETCHEN ANN - Bethesda, Md.; Psychology 
MURPHY, THOMAS M. - Glen Bumie, Md.; Pre-Veteranary 
MUSGROVE, GRACE ELLEN - Landover, Md.; History 
MYERS, JAMES H. - Coldwater, Ohio; History 








NAC:LE, CONRAD ERNEST - Baltimore, Md.; Zoology 
NADITCH. JAMES A, - Norfolk, Va.; PsycholoRy 
NAYLOR, BRUCE IAN - Alexander, Va.; Criminology 
NELSON, ALICE MARIE - Hagerstoun, Md.; Mathematics 
NELSON, CARL P. - Cheverly, Md.; Political Science 



NEMIROFF, MARC A. - Silver Spring, Md.; Psychology 
NEWBROUCH, CAROL LEE - llvattsville, Md.; English 
NEWMAN, MARC ALAN - Rockville, Md.; English 
NIKIRK, THOMAS C. - Frederick, Md.; History 
NORKIN, BARRY RICHARD - Rockville, Md,; Drama & 



Speech 



NORTON, RICHARD M. - Silver Spring, Md.; Mathematics 
O'CONNELL, CATHERINE ANN - Glen Burnie, Md.; 

English 
O'CONNOR, JOSEPH L. - Baltimore, Md.; English 
O'DAY, JOHN M. - Malcolm, Md.; Zoology 
OKUN, HARVEY LAWRENCE - Baltimore, Md.; Psychology 



OLMER, PATRICIA .\NN - Baltimore, Md.; Sociology 
O'NEILL. lACQ'-'ELIN LINDA - Ellicott City, Md.; English 
OPPIDO, KATHRYN A. - Washington, D. C; History 
ORGANT, GERALD J. - Baltimore, Md.; Psychology 
OSTER, WARREN - W. Hyattsville, Md.; History 



OSTROWSKY, LINDA S. - Baltimore, Md.; Speech Theraphy 
PANEBAKER, WILLIAM DOUGLAS - Baltimore, Md.; 

English 
PARISER, BEVERLY A. - Ciimbedand, Md.; Spanish 
PARKINSON, BRUCE WHITMORE - Annapolis, Md* 

Mathematics 
PASS, RALPH PATRICK, III - Timoninm, Md.; Mathematics 



PATTERSON, SUSAN HARMS - Monkton, Md.; Zoology 
PAWLAK, DANIEL R. - Baltimore, Md.; Economics 
PECAHI, MAHSHID - College Park, Md.; Chemistry 
PELOSI, CAROL - Rome, Italy, English 
PENALOZA, I. TOMAS - Mexico City, Mexico, Zoology 



PENNEFEATHER, CHARLOTTE ANN - Bethesda, Md.; 

History 
PETERS, lULIE SALTER - Silver Spring, Md.; History 
PFEIFFER, RUTH -Elliott City, Md.; French 
PFEUFER, GARY W,A.YNE - CatonsviUe, Md.; Physics 
PHIPPS, CAROLE ANN - Baltimore, Md.; English 



PITTLE, ALAN WILLIAM - Washington, D. C; Zoology 
PLUNKERT, PATRICIA ANN - Baltimore, Md.; Chemistry 
POCOCK, EMIL - Baltimore, Md.; American Studies 
POITRAS, DIANE HELEN - Mayo, Md.; French 
POLLARA, SUSAN - Livingston, N. J.; History 



PORTER, MARY E. - IVrryville, Md.; Sociology 
POWELL, GORDON - Accokeek, Md.; Physics 
PREVAR, JOHN EDWARD - Landover Hills, Md.; English 
PRICE, TERI LEA - We.sternport, Md.; Sociology 
PRISTOOP, SUSAN GAIL - Baltiinore, Md.; Zoology 



PUCKETT, JANE deWEESE - Rockville, Md.; Experimental 

Psychology 
QUEEN, GERALD W. - Potomac, Md.; English 
gUIGLEY, CLAIRE - Kensington, Md.; English 
QUINN, MARY J. - Silver Spring, Md.; Sociology 
RACE, RICHARD THORNTON - Abrington, Pa.; History 



RACZEK, MARION J. - Lanham, Md.; Physics 

RADA, JAMES EDWARD - Washington, D. C; Enghsh 

Literahire 
RANDALL, JR., WILLLAM EDDY - Bethesda, Md.; Zoology 
RANDOLPH, PAMELA L. - Clarksburg, W. Va.; American 

Studies 
RATH, ROGER - College Park, Md.; Zoology 



RAWL, MICHAEL - Bowie, Md.; English 
REED, ELIZABETH AYRES - Baltimore, Md.; English 
REIF, RICHARD ALLEN, JR. - Baltimore, Md.; Zoology 
REINMUTH, BARBARA ANN - Silver Spring, Md.; Studio Art 
REISS, WILLIAM RANDOLPH - Brooklyn, N. Y.; Psychology 



REYNOLDS, ELIZABETH ANN - Seabrook, Md.; History 

RICH ELENA C. - Trenton, N. J.; History 

RICHMAN, DALE ALAN - Baltimore, Md.; Radio & T.V.- 

Economics 
RICKEY, LYNNE MARIE - Ft. Bragg, N. C; French Foreign 

Area Studies 
RIZZO, AURELIA R. - Chevy Chase, Md.; French 



ROACH, CHRISTINE - Silver Spring, Md.; Sociology 
ROBERTSON, KENNETH LEE - New Windsor, Md.; Zoologv 
ROBINSON, KATHLEEN JO - Baltimore, Md.; Art 
ROCK, JAMES F. - Arnold, Md.; Government & Politics 
ROGERS, NEWTON WORTHINGTON - Randallstown, Md.; 
Zoology 



ROLL, DONNA MARIA - District Heights, Md.; English 
ROSEN, MARY ELEANOR - Chicago, Illinois; History 
ROSENBLOOM, ALAN TOPPING - Passaic, N. J.; Zoology 
ROSENBLOOM, ALFRED- Lanham, Md.; Sociology 
ROSENBLOOM, JEFFREY B. - Silver Spring, Md.; Pre-Lavv 



ROSENBLOOM, JUDY S. - Baltimore, Md.; Art 
ROTHSCHILD, LEWIS ALAN - Baltimore, Md.; Economics 
ROTHWELL, DIANN ELAINE - Severna Park, Md.; French 
ROWLAND, MARILYN LOUISE - Laurel, Md.; English 
RUBINSTEIN, BORUCH - San Jose, Costa Rica; Zoology 



RUDE, DONNA LARENE - Baltimore, Md.; English 
RUTKOSKI, GEORGE - Silver Spring, Md.; Sociology 
RYDELL, NANCY PATRICIA - Silver Spring, Md.; English 
SACKS ROBERT ALAN - Baltimore. Md.; Psychology 
SADOWSKI, JOHN - Somerville, N. J.; Chemistry 



SALAFIA, NICHOLAS CARMELLO - Baltimore, Md.; 

Psychology 
SALTZMAN, MARLENE ELLEN - Baltimore, Md.; 

Pre-Medicine 
SANTANIELLO, NICHOLAS D. - Wilton, Conn.; History 
SAPOUNAKIS, DESPINA NICHOLAS - Baltimore, Md.; 

Sociology 
SATINE, JUDY RUTH - Greenbelt, Md.; French 



SAUSE, SANDRA JANE - Baltimore, Md.; English 
SAWYER, JUNE DIANE - Linthicum, Md.; Matliematics 
SCERBACH, SHARON - Silver Spring, Md.; English 
SCHAEFER, LINDA MARIE - Takoma Park, Md.; French 
SCHENKEL, JOHN JAMES - Hyattsville, Md.; Physics 



SCHERR, SELENE HARRIETT - Baltimore, Md.; Sociology 
SCHLOSSBERG, RICHARD - Baltimore, Md.; Pre-Dental 
SCHNEIDER, JR., ROBERT I. - Reading, Pa.; American 

History 
SCHNITZER, JOSEPH H. - Baltimore, Md.; Government & 

Politics 
SCHOEM, ALAN A. - Wheaton, Md.; Government & Politics 





SCHOLL, CALVIN BLAIR - Glen Burnie, Md.; Sociology 
SCHROEDER, PHILIP JOHN - Bel Air, Md.; Zoology 
SCHULMAN, ELAINE R. - Baltimore, Md,; Sociology 
SCHWAB, HOLLY ELIZABETH - Silver Spring, Md.; English 
SCHWARTZ, ALAN ROBERT - Massapequa, N. Y.; 
Psychology 



SCHWARTZ, ERIC - Silver Spring, Md.; History 
SCHWARTZ, PHYLLLIS LYNN - Bowie, Md.; English 
SCOrr, PATRICIA BERNADETTE - Baltimore, Md.; 

Sociology Psychology 
SEWARD, KATHLEEN A. - Baltimore, Md.; English 
SHALLER, RIIODA- Silver Spring, Md.; Mathematics 



SHEDLOCK, JOYCE - HyattsviUe, Md.; Microbiology 
SHERE, STEPHEN H. - Silver Spring, Md.; Psychology 
SHERMAN, ELIZABETH ANNE - Rockville, Md.; Speech 

and Drama 
SHIPLEY, ROSALYN KAREN - Baltimore, Md.; Sociology 
SHIPP, LUCINDA JANE - Bethesda, Md.; Government & 

Politics 



SHOEMAKER, WILLIAM B. - Chevy Chase, Mr.; 

Government & Politics 
SHUGARMAN, SHELDON SETH - Baltimore, Md.; Pre- 

Dental-Psychology 
SHUMAKER, SHYRL AN - College Park, Md.; English 
SIDWELL, BRUCE A. - Takoma Park, Md.; Speech 
SIKOVIC RATKO IVAN - Baltimore, Md.; Sociology 



SILBER, O. PAULA - Baltimore, Md.: English 
SILVERMAN, ELLEN RITA - Baltimore, Md.; Social Work 
SILVERMAN, MAURY - Chevy Chase, Md.; Psychology 
SILVERSTEIN, JOAN DONNA - Baltim( .e, Md.; Speech 

Therapy 
SIMON, GARY - Silver Spring, Md.; Chemistry 



SIMON, SUSAN JOAN - Baltimore, Md.; English 
SIMPSON, H. NORMAN - Baldwin, L. I., N. Y.; German & 

Speech 
SINDLER, MICHAEL JEFFREY - Baltimore, Md.; English 
SIOMPHORAS, THEODORE THOMAS - Annapolis, Md.; 

Government & Politics 
SKLAW, HOWARD RICHARD - Baltimore, Md.; Speech 



SMITH, ANNE THEODORA - Bethesda, Md.; History 
SMITH, ERIC LEE - Hagerstown, Md.; Zoology 
SMITH, IR., LAWRENCE A. - Frederick, Md.; Chemistry 
SMITH, PETER A. - Laurel, Md.; Government & PoHtics 
SNEAD, CATHERINE GARVIN - Baltimore, Md.; French 



SOHN, HENRY A.. JR. - Moses Lake, Washington; Chemistry 
SOMMER, lOEL S- - Trenton, N J.; Psychology 
SONSINO. GILBERTE- Silver Spring, Md.; Mathematics 
SOO HOO, VICKI lEAN - Baltimore. Md.; Sociology 
SFANGENBERG, JAMES ALAN - Damascus, Md.; History 



SPERLING, JOE - Silver Spring, Md.; English 
SPITZER, GLENN M. - Washington. D. C; Pre-Dental 

Zoology 
S'lABNOVV, WILLIAM RICHARD - W. Hyatt.sville, Md.; 

Chemistry 
STARNES, DAVID EDGAR - riendersonville, N. C; Social 

Sciences 
STASIEWICZ, JR., JOHN FRANCIS - Salisbury, Md.; Physics 



sr. CYR, LOUISE E. -Waldorf, Md.; Geography 
STEARNS. CAMERON COURTNEY - Bel Air, Md.; History 
.STREETER, SUSAN - Birdsboro, Pa.; Art 
.STEIN. PAUL THEODORE - Baltimore, Md.; Government & 

Politics 
STEINBACK, SANDRA LYNN - Pikesville, Md.; Art 



STEINER, MARY SUSAN - Hyattsvaie, Md.; History 
STEINMAN, HARVEY B. - Randallstown, Md.; Psychology 
STERLING/rICHARD I. - Bethesda, Md.; Psychology- 

Pre-Dental 
STIEFEL SUE ELLEN - Silver Spring, Md.; Mathemahcs 
STONE, ELIZABETH BREWER - Towson, Md.; Sociology 



STORY, LAURALEE - Baltimore, Md.; French 
STRINGER SUSAN RAE - Baltimore, Md.; Microbiology 
STUPPLER, ANITA RUTH - Silver Spring, Md.; History 
SUROSKY, MAXINE JOY - Baltimore, Md.; Speech Therapy 
SWANN JOHN W. - Oxon Hill, Md.; Pre-Medicine-Zoology 



SWEREN, GARY - Baltimore, Md.; Sociology 
SWINT, VERNON - College Park, Md.; English 
TABACKMAN, MARC J. - Baltimore, Md.; Psychology 
TANSEY, ELAINE D. - Kensington, Md.; Psychology 
TAYLOR, E>OUGLASS L. - Catonsville, Md.; Zoology 



TEPPER DOROTHY B. - Hyattsville, Md.; Psychology 
THOMASSEN MARY JANE - Beltsville, Md.; Microbiology 
THOMPSON, ALEXANDER GRAYSON - CockeysvUle, Md.; 

Sociology , , 

TILLES, KENNETH - Baltimore, Md.; Sociology 
TRAVERS, GARY D. - Rockville, Md.; Mathematics 



TRIPLETT, JR., WILLIAM H. - Chevy Chase, Md.; History 
URBAN JANET LOWRY - Chevy Chase, Md.; Botany 
URROWS, MARTHA FREDRIKA - Ridgefield, Conn.; Zoology 
UTTERBACK, JR., HOWARD THRUSTON - College Park, 

Md.; Radio & Television 
VASSAR, DEAN L. - Baltimore, Md.; Zoology 



VENABLE SIDNEY J. Ill - College Park, Md.; Psychology 
VROBLESKY, VIRGINIA LOUISE - Annapolis, Md.; 

Sociology 
VERNAY, SUSAN - Baltimore, Md.; Art 
VUCIN, MILAN - Morrisville, Pa.; Psychology 
WADDEN, GREGORY VINCENT - Cheverly, Md.; Pre- 

Dental 



WADE MICHAEL GLEN - Washington, D. C; History 
WALKER ELLEN M. - College Park, Md.; English 
WALLACE, DAVID C. - Silver Spring, Md.; Physics 
WALSH, DAVID ALLEN - Hyattsville, Md.; Psychology 
WARD, JANET ANNE - Bethesda, Md.; Art 



WARFIELD, JOHN RAMSEY - Maplewood, N. J.; Zoology 
WARHOL MYRNA - Mahawah, N. J.; American Studies 
WECHSLER, JOSEPH GENE - Bethesda, Md.; Psychology 
WEHRSTEDT, JOAN B. - Silver Spring, Md.; English 
WEINER, IVAN - Memphis, Tenn.; English 



WEINER, KENNETH R. - Spring Valley, N. Y.; American 

Studies , , , 1 TT. . T, 

WEINSTEIN, ALAN MARION - Baltimore, Md.; History-Pre- 

WEINSTEIN, LINDA FRANN - Baltimore, Md.; English 
WEISS, JILL L. - Bethesda, Md.; Psychology 
WEITZMAN, SHIRLEY - Baltimore, Md.; French 



WELKER, ROBERT - Mineola, N. Y.; Physics 
WELLS, SANDRA LEE - Beltsville, Md.; English 
WILHELM, JUDITH LYNNE - Baltimore, Md.; Sociology 
WILLEY, STEPHANIE HOPKINS - Catonsville, Md.; 

Chemistry 
WILLIAMS, MEREDITH ANN - Bethesda, Md.; Spanish 





WILLIAMSON, JR., ROBERT G. - Wheaton, Md.; English 
WILSON, THOMAS DONALD - RockvUIe, Md.; History 
WINSTON, KAREN R. - Silver Sprinp, Md.; English 
WITCZAK. BARBARA ANNE - Silver Spring, Md.; English 
WITKOWSKI, JAMES BERNARD - Manchester, Pa.; 
Sociology 



WITT, STEVEN PAUL - Bel Air, Md.; Zoology 
WOLKOWITZ, GERTRUDE GAIL - Takoma Park, Md.; Art 
WOMELDORF, LINDA- Hyatt.sville, Md.; Sociology 
WONDERSEK, BRUCE M. - Baltimore, Md.; English 
WOOD, BEVERLY ANNE, Silver Spring, Md.; History 



WRIGHT, HAROLD M. - Silver Spring, Md.; Zoology 
YEE, ROSALIND - Wheaton, Md.; Sociology 
YEVZEROFF, SHARON ANN - Baltimore, Md.; Zoology 
YOUNC;, JR., KENNETH A. - Wethersfield, England; 

Psychology 
YOUNG, JR., LE ROY JAMES - Baltimore, Md.; Pre- 

Medicine-Psychology 



YOUNG, LYNNE MARIE -Timonium, Md.; Engli.sh 
ZEIKUS, LUCRETIA DELIA - Baltimore, Md.; Sociology 
ZEISEL, DOUGLAS W. - Baltimore, Md.; Physics 
ZETLIN, ILENE - Baltimore, Md.; Social Studies 
ZETTER, MURIEL HELEN - Belair-Bowie, Md.; Art 



Not Pictured: 



BENSON, PATRICIA A. - New Carrollton, Md.; English 
BROOMALL, ROBERT WALTER - Baltimore, Md.; English 
DAVIS, MARY KAY - Suitland, Md.; English 
DORSEY, II, THOMAS LEE - Baltimore, Md.; Psychology 
FLADELL, ANITA LEA - Silver Springfi Md.; Socioloogv 
INOFF. GALE E. - Silver Spring, Md.; Psychology 
MAYNARD, NANCY ANN - Baltimore, Md.; English 
PATTERSON, JR., PAUL WILTON - Bel Aid, Md.; Histor>' 



PEARCE, Thomas W. - Mount Rainier, Md.; Geography 
POLLARA, SUSAN - Livingston, N. J.; History 
RAMPACEK, GEORGE BRUCE - Bowie, Md.; Veterinary 

Medicine 
SIVERT, PATRICIA LEE - Gaithersburg, Md.; History 
STEINBERG, JANEE DIANE - Chevy Chase, Md.; Pre-Medicine 
THOMAS, LARRY - Alephia, Md.; Geography 



42 




BPA 



Of the University's nine colleges, the College of Business 
and Public Administraion can most clearly be called the 
college with the "split personality." Its six departments are 
divided evenly between academically and professionally 
oriented programs. Information Systems Management, 
Journalism and Public Relations, and Business Administra- 
tion lean toward professional training of students for spe- 
cific fields while Economics, Government and Politics, and 
Geography emphasize broad undergraduate programs and 
later specialization in graduate and law schools. "In a 
sense, you might call us schizophrenic," noted Doctor Don 
C. Piper, assistant professor of government and politics. 

BPA's split personality is also seen at the graduate level, 
with the professionally oriented degree of Doctor of Busi- 
ness Administration now being offered, in addition to the 
academic degrees of Master of Arts and Sciences, and 
Doctor of Philosophy. 

Expansion also characterizes BPA. Student enrollment 
has more than doubled in the past six years, and the fac- 
ulty has been growing at a faster rate than in other col- 
leges. The ever-widening scope of activities of the Bureaus 
of Governmental Research and of Business and Economic 
Research, the two problem-oriented research projects un- 
dertaken by the college, further exemplifies this spirit of 
expansion. 



Dean Donald W. O'Connell 



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AAROWSON, BARRY LOUIS - Baltimore, Md.; Marketing 
ADAMS, FRANK RONALD - Reistertown, Md.; Geography 
ALEXANDER, JR., GEORGE L. - Rochester, N. J.; 

Accounting 
ALSTON, BRUCE H. - Short Hills, N. J.; General Business 
ANDERSON, ALLAN WILLIAM - Bethesda, Md.; Economics 



ANSHEL, JOSEPH G. - Baltimore, Md.; Journalism 
APPLER, DAVID ALAN - Baltimer, Md.; Marketing 
AQUILINA, BENJAMIN H. - Roselle, N. J.; Public Relations 
ARRET, BRUCE JAY - Adelphi, Md.; Information Systems 

Management 
ASHFORD, WILLIAM H. - Hemdon, Va.; Marketing 



ATTMAN, RONALD MARTIN - Baltimore, Md.; Business 
AVRAM, MARGIE LYNN - SUver Spring, Md.; JoumaUsm 
BAKER, DAVID JOHN - RockviUe, Md.; Business 

Administration 
BALL, JR., GARHETT C. Silver Spring, Md.; Business 
BALLANT, ARTHUR FRANK - Fort Lee, N. J.; Economics 



BARRETT, ROBERT WILLIAM - Baltimore, Md.; Business 

Administration 
BARRON, WILLIAM GEORGE - Hyattsville, Md.; Economics 
BASSETT, GERRY - Silver Sprinng, Md.; Journalism 
BATTAGLION, SAIN PETER - Nutley, N. J.; Marketing 
BAUERSFIELD, JR., GEORGE CALVIN - Baltimore, Md. 

Production Management 



BAUMSTEIN, RICHARD STUART - Westbuiy, N. Y.; 

Finance 
BEATTY, CHARLES IRVIN - Baltimore, Md. - Marketing 
BECK, BRUCE S. - Elmont, N. Y.; Marketing 
BENUS, JACOB M. - Baltimore, Md.; Economics 
BEST, CHARLES LEROY - Orangeburg, South Carolina; 

Business Administration 



BEZANSON, ROBERT H. - Timonium, Md.; Marketing 
BICKLEY, JAMES MacGILL - University Park, Md.; 

Economics 
BILANCIONI, JR., ALBERT W. - Wilmington, Del.; 

Marketing 
BRACKBURN, ZANE DALE - Silver Spring, Md.; Accounting 
BLAKEY, ROBERT CRAIG - Baltimore, Md.; Statistics 



BLINKEN, NEAL - Baltimore, Md.; Public Relations 
BLOCK, STEWART ALLEN - Silver Spring, Md.; 

Government and Politics 
BLOSE, MARCIA ELINOR - Annapolis, Md.; French Foreign 

Area 
BLUMBERG, BURT STUART - Baltimore, Md.; Business 
BOEGLI, ULRICH PAUL - New Holland, Pa.; German Area 

Studies 



BOGAN, JUNE L. - Silver Spring, Md.; Journalism 
BOLEY, RUSSELL WILSON - Baltimore, Md.; General 

Business 
BOLOTIN, JEFFREY WAYNE - PikesviUe, Md.; Government 

and Politics 
BOOK, STAN HOWARD - Baltimore, Md.; Accounting 
BORKO, STEPHEN B. - Takoma Park, Md.; Government and 

Politics-Philosophy 

BORZYMOWSKI, BENJAMIN J. - Baltimore, Md.; Production 

and Marketing Management 
BOWLING, JAMES DOUGLAS - Waldorf, Md.; Government 

and Politics 
BRANSFORD, WILLIAM L. - Wheaton, Md.; Government 

and Politics 
BRAUN, PETER D. - Rockville, Md.; Economics 
BRESLOW, PAUL - Brooklyn, N. Y.; General Business 

BRICK, ELAINE GRACIA - Ventnor City, N. J.; Personnel 

Management 
BRILL, MAXYNE SHANDEL - Baltimore, Md.; Journalism 
BROOKS, KAYE TRUXTON - Baltimore, Md.; Government 

and Politics 
BROWNE, MARTIN J. - Silver Spring, Md.; Marketing 
BROWNSTEIN, ANITA FRANCES - Baltimore, Md.; 

Government and Politics 



BROVE, EDWARD D. - Beltsville, Md.; Accounting 
BUCK, JR., JAMES MARSHALL - University Park, Md.; 

Bu.sint'.ss 
BURCHAM, BONNIE SUE - Aberdeen, Md.; Economics 
BURGETT, MARRY ANN - San Francisco, Calif.; Advertising 
BURNETT, ROBERT FRANK - Silver Spring, Md.; 

Accounting 



BUSSE, WALTER LOUIS - Beltsville, Md.; Geography 
BYRNE, JAMES VINCENT- Wheaton, Md.; Government 

and Politics 
CAHA, JR., JOHN JOSEPH - Baltimore, Md.; Transportation 
CAMPBELL, LEE W. - Alexandria, Va.; Accounting 
CANTWELL, JOHN ROBERT - Washington, D. C; 

Economics 



CARSON, BRUCE GEORGE - Woodbury, N. J.; Economics 
CARTAGENA, NICOLAS M. - Cagnas, Peurto Rico; Finance 
CASSELBERRY, DIANE ROGERS - Bethesda, Md.; 

Journalism 
CHADBOURN, DWIGHT EMERSON - Washington, D. C; 

Economics 
CHANCE, DAVID ROBERT - Oxon Hill, Md.; Personnel 

Management 

CHANDLER, ALLAN STANLEY - Baltimore, Md.; Public 

Relations 
CHUNG, CONSTANCE YU-HWA - Silver Spring, Md.; 

Journalism 
CICCONE, ROSEMARIE CATHERINE - Seabrook, Md.; 

Advertising 
CIEPIELA, LANCE E. - Chicago, 111.; Pers. Administration 

and Labor Relations 
CLARK, DONALD EVERETT - Hyattsville, Md.; General 

Business 

CLARK, DONALD WAYNE - Bethesda, Md.; Business Public 

Administration 
CLARK, WILLIAM HOWARD - Abbeville, Ala.; Business 
CLARKE, TIMOTHY E. - Baltimore, Md.; International 

Relations 
COATES, LINDA ANN - Silver Spring, Md.; Business Public 

Administration 
COHEN, DAVID M. - Brooklyn, N. Y.; General Business 



COLE, JAMES A. - Bethesda, Md.; Government and Politics 
COMERFORD, FREDERICK EDWARD - Washington, D. C: 

Economics 
COMPTON, GEORGE WADE - Port Tobacco, Md.; Business 
CONSTANTINIDES, PERRY G. - Baltimore, Md.; Marketing 
COOPER, JAY GORDON - Chevy Chase, Md.; Statistics 



COOPER, NORMA FRANCES - Hyattsville, Md.; General 

Business 
COPPERSMITH, WILLIAM ERNEST - Sharptown, Md.; 

Government and Politics 
CORSON, JR., CARL ALBERT - Braddock Heights, Md.; 

Marketing 
CRAWFORD, EDWIN SLOVER - Baltimore, Md.; Production 

Management 
CREGGER, DENNIS - Aberdeen, Md.; Transportation 

CROPPER, WILLIAM ROBERT - Salisbury, Md.; Information 

Systems Management 
CUMMINGS, LINDA K. - Silver Spring, Md.; Information 

Systems Management 
CUNNELL, SUSAN - Chevy Chase, Md.; Economics 
CURLEY, TIMOTHY JAMES - Aberdeen, Md.; Transportation 
DANIEL. JERRY WADE - Dundalk, Md.; Transportation 



DAVIS, EDWIN BRUCE - Bethesda, Md.; General Business 
DAVIS, ERIC STUART - Wheaton, Md.; Accounting 
DAVIS, JAMES A. — Hockessin, Del.; Business Administration 
DEBAUCH, MARY ELIZABETH - Catonsville, Md.; Business 

Administration 
DEITCH, STANLEY MARTIN - Silver Spring, Md.; 

Production Management 



DELAY, LARRY THOMAS - Baltimore, Md.; Production 
DELLAVALLE, GLORIA JEAN - Hyattsville, Md.; Economics 
DENHARDT, RONALD CHARLES - Baltimore, Md.; Finance 
DIBBERN, JOHN STEPHEN - Pikesville, Md.; Geography 
DIETZEL, RONALD KING - Baltimore, Md.; Marketing 





DILL, EARL HARRY, JR. - Baltimore, Md.; Transportation 
DLXON, DAVID ROSS - Oxford, England; Business 

Administration 
DONOFRIO, RALPH NICHOLAS - Wilmington, Del.; 

Marketing 
DOOLEY, BETTY L. - College Park, Md.; Covemment & 

Politics 
DRANGINIS, WILLIAM FRANCIS - Torrington, Conn.; 

Marketing 

DRURY, DONALD A. - Chevy Chase, Md.; Marketing 
DUBEI, DONALD WILLIAM - Trenton, N. J.; Business 

Administration 
DUBINSKY, MARK JAY- Silver Spring, Md.; Marketing 
EBERHART, JR., PAUL McCLOUD - Hagerstown, Md.; 

Business Administration 
EDWARDS, DOUG MALCOLM - Smithsburg, Md.; 

Transportation 



ENIS, CHARLES RICHARD - Baltimore, Md.; Finance 
ENNIS, WILLIAM S. - Norfolk, Va.; Finance 
ERSKINE, JOHN - Betmecwa, Md. - Business 
EVANS, DONALD LEE - Camp Springs, Md.; Economics 
EWERTZ, HENRY ERIKSON - Towson, Md.; General 
Business 



FALLON, MICHAEL PATRICK - Panama Canal Zone; 

Economics 
FELLOWS, JAMES ROBERT - College Park, Md.; Journalism 
FELTER, RALPH L. - Baltimore, Md.; Transportation 
FERBER, MARTY M. - Silver Spring, Md.; Accounting 
FEDNER, LEE FERDINAND - Baltimore, Md.; Personnel 



FERGUSON, ROBERT E., JR. - Kennett Square, Pa.; 

Personnel Management 
FITZGERALD, GREGORY WILLIAM - Manhasset, N. J.; 

Business Administration 
FLAX, ALVIN DAVID - Silver Spring, Md.; Accounting 
FLEMING, JANE C. - Bethesda, Md.; Marketing 
FLETCHER, WILLIAM E. - Havre De Grace, Md.; 

Marketing 



FLOWER, ALLEN EDWARD - Adelphi, Md.; Finance 
FORESTELL, JAMES L. - Randallstown, Md.; 

Tran.sportation 
FOSTER, C. NICHOLAS - Crete, 111.; Marketing 
FRANKS, MICHAEL DANIEL - Bowie, Md.; Transportation 
FRIEMAN, HOWARD - ParkvUle, Md.; Marketing 



FRITTS, JR., ALBERT R. -Linchicum Heights, Md.; 

Business Administration 
GANLEY, CHRISTOPHER THOMAS - Frederick, Md.; 

Finance 
GERBER, PAUL SCOTT - Baltimore, Md.; Business 
GERTZ, LEWIS ALLEN - Washington, D. C; General 

Business 
GEWIRTZ, MICHAEL IAN - Hewlett Harbor, N. Y.; 

Government & Politics 



GIPE, PIPERT EBER - Hagerstown, Md.; Economics 
GODMAN, CODY LEE - Catonsville, Md.; Journalism 
GOLDBERG, HOLLACE AVA- Silver Spring, Md.; 

Government & Politics 
GOLDSTEIN, MARC - Silver Spring, Md.; General Business 
GOTKIN, DIANE BETTE - Silver Spring, Md.; Marketing 



GOTO, ALEX ATSUSHI - Potomac, Md.; Accounting 

GOULD, KENNETH ALAN - Washington, D. C; Business- 
Personnel Management 

GREENIP, GARY LOUIS - Middletown, N. J. 

GRIFFITH, JAMES PAUL - Bristol, Md.; Business 
Administration 

GRUBER, MICHAEL - Baltimore, Md.; Government & 
Politics 

GUIST, FREDRIC MICHAEL - Pittsburgh, Pa.; 

Transportation 
GURTZ, DENNIS MICHAEL - Adelphi, Md. 
GUSTAFSON, ALAN C. - Belts viUe, Md.; Business 

Administration 
HACKETT, WILLLIAM EDWARD - Fairmont, W. Va.; 

Government & Politics 
HACKLER, JAMES FRANKLIN - Myrtle Beach, S. C; 

Business 



HALEY, SANDERS FOX-Takoina Park, Md.; Public 

Relations 
HALL, DANIEL G. - Rising Sun, Md.; Economics 
HAMILTON, ROBERT WILSON - Lonaconing, Md.; 

Governnic-nt & Politics 
HANSEN, ROGER WILLIAM - Rochester, N. Y.; Government 

& Politics 
HATOS, STEPHEN LOUIS - Silver Spring, Md.; Economics 



HAZARD, MARGARET ANN - Potomac, Md.; Economics 
HEATER, lOHN M. - Takoma Park, Md.; Economics 
HEAVY, TR., GHARLES M. - Baltimore, Md.; Economics 
HEIM, JOHN C., JR. - Manhasset, N. Y.; Journalism 
HERGHENROEDER, NANCY L. - Takoma Park, Md.; 
Government & Politics 



HERSON, ALAN STUART - Chevy Cha.se, Md.; Finance 
HERTZ, RAYMOND MILTON - Silver Spring, Md.; 

Marketing 
HIDLEBRAND, RONALD EDWARD - Buckeystown, Md.; 

Accounting 
HILLIARD, PATRICK MICHAEL - Dundald, Md.; 

Government & Politics 
HIPSLEY, STEVEN ROWE - Pikesville, Md.; Transportation 



HITT, ARNOLD DURWARD, III -Silver Spring, Md.; 

Accounting 
HOEY, PHILLIP HARVEY - Silver Spring, Md.; 

Transportation 
HOFFMAN, FRED S. - Silver Spring, Md.; Marketing 
HOHING, LAWRENCE HUGH - Frostburg, Md.; Accounting 
HOLBROOK, THOMAS STANLEY - Manchester, Md.; 

Accounting 



HOLDEN, WILLIAM P. - Ellicott City, Md.; Transportation 
HOLLINGSWORTH, DOUGLAS RICHARD - University 

Park, Md.; Finance 
HOLMES, RICHARD MASON - Towson, Md.; Transportation 
HOLTER, RALPH KENNETH - Adelphi, Md.; Government 

and Politics 
HOZIK, JAMES - Silver Spring, Md.; Accounting 



HOZI, JOHN - Silver Spring, Md.; Accounting 
IFSHIN, BARBARA - Wheaton, Md.; Journalism 
ISICSON, ALAN L. - Falls Church, Va.; Marketing 
JACKSON, WILFORD H. - Washington, D. C; Business 

Administration 
JARBOE, HARVEY M. - Sherwood, Md.; Finance 



JEFFRIES, HENRY DREYER - Linthicum, Md.; 

Transportation 
JOHNSON, MARJORIE EILEEN - Laurel, Md.; JournaUsm 
JOHNSON RONALD LEROY - Baltimore, Md.; Journalism 
JONES, FREDERICK LAWSON - Catonsville, Md.; 

Economics 
KAGEN, PERRY S. - Baltimore, Md.; Economics 



KATZ, LEONARD E. - Chevy Chase, Md.; Marketing 
KAUFMAN, BRUCE ALAN - Baltimore, Md.; General 

Business 
KAUFMAN, ISAAC - Baltimore, Md.; Accounting 
KEEFE, THOMAS STEPHEN - Chevy Chase, Md.; Business 

Administration 
KELLAM, ALAN DAVID - Baltimore, Md.; Marketing 



KELLY, KATHLEEN ANN - Silver Spring, Md.; Business 

Administration 
KEMERER, MARILYN JAYNE - College Park, Md.; Business 

Administration 
KEMP, CONNIE J. - Langley Park, Md.; Business 
KEMP, VERSTEAL D. - Washington, D. C.; Business 

Administratiion 
KENEFICK, GREGORY PATRICK - Bethesda, Md.; 

Journalism 



KENNEDY, JOHN LEE - Chevy Chase, Md.; Economics 
KEPHART, FENTON J. - Gaithersburg, Md.; General Business 
KEEN, MICHAEL WEST - Ellicott City, Md.; Industrial 

Management 
KEYSER, F. lERRY - Baltimore, Md.; Personnel 
KEYSER, STANLEY - Baltimore, Md.; Public Relations 




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KIHKEMO, lOHN H. - Betlusda, Md.; Transportation 
KIRKPATRICK, LF.E M. -Baltimore, Md.; Marketing 

Manam'ninit 
KIRKI'A rRIC;K, WILLIAM D. - Wluaton, Md.; Business 

Admiiiistralion 
KITTAS, PAUL FRANKLIN - Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; 

(a)\i'rnnii'nt and Politics 
K1,FIN, BARRY N.- Baltimore, Md.; Ciovernnieiit and Politics 



KNIC.HT, WILLIAM EDWARD - Collc«e Park, Md.: Bu.sincss 

.administration 
KOMINOril, lONI PAUL- Hvattsville, Md.; Transportation 
KONICK. DANIEL W. - Cden Biirnie, Md.; Marketing 
KOW AL.SKI. CX)LIN DA\ID - A<iii;l.sco, Md.; Finance 
KRAl'T, NORMAN CHARLES - O.xon Hill, Md.; General 

Business 

KRISCHANOWSKI, FRANK EUGEN - Silver Spring, Md.; 

Government and Politics 
Kl'BELICK, CHRISTOPHER BOND - Clievcrly, Md.; 

Goxernment and Politics 
LAIBSON, DENNIS WARREN - Silver Spring, Md.; 

Markt'tiniz 
LANMAN, CHARLES FRANCIS - Kensington, Md.; Generid 

Business 
LAUTH, WILLIAM JOSEPH -Clievcrly, Md.; M;irketing 

LAVINE, MARK lOSEPH - Takoma P;irk, Md.; Accounting 
LA'iTON, ROBERT - Baltimore, Md.; Personnel and Labor 

Rehitions 
L1:B()WITZ, harry - Univer.,itv Park, Md.; Marketing 
LEEDS, RIC:ilARD S. - Stanford, Conn.; Economics 
Li:\'ERl'ON, CAROL ANN - SiKer Spring, Md.; Government 

;md Politics 



LEVIN, SANDRA L. - Baltimore, Md.; Economics 
LISBON, SHELDON HACOB - Silver Spring, Md.; 

('.(U'ernment and Politics 
Ll'IA'INSK'i, STANIJ'IY PAUL -SiKer Spring, Md.; Statistics 
LOOMIS, IB. ALLAN EUGENE- Elkton, Md.; Accounting 
LOVE, FRANKLIN WATSON - Whaleysville, Md.; 

Government and Politics 



LOWE, ROGER FORREST - Catonsville, Md.; Economics 
LUND II, CHRISTIAN JASPERSON - C;illette, N. ].; 

Economics 
Ll'RIE, MARVIN - Baltimore, Md.; Marketing 
LYONS, DONALD RICHARD - Lanover Hills, Md.; 

Ttransportation 
LYONS, JOAN K. - Whcaton, Md.; General Business 



LYONS, lOHN B. - Silver Spring, Md.; Transportation 
LYONS, REGIS BERNARD - Silver Spring, Md.; 

Transportation 
MALCHODI, Sl'SAN (^.AY - B;dtimore, Md.; Economies 
MALLOY, MICHAEL RONALD - Ellicott City, Md.; 

(;o\ernment and Politics 
MANDELL, PHILIP - Y'onkers, N. Y.; Govcrmiicnt and 

Politics 



MARC;US, SIDNEY O. - Forestvillc, Md.; Statistics 
MAHKOWITZ, MYHA LEE - Baltimore, Md.; Business 

.Vdniiuistration 
MARNIER, DENNIS EUGENE - Silver Spring, Md.; General 

MAHZNCCO. ANTHONY P. - Annapolis, Md.; Marketing 
MASTERSON, ROBERT EDWARD- O.von Hill, Md.; Gov- 
irnnient and Politics 



MATHEWS, DOUGLAS ARTHUR- Beltsville, Md.; 

Transportation 
MATTHEWS, MILTON T. - Lakeuood, N. I.; Marketing 
MeCAHILL, KE\IN FRANCIS - Laurel, Md.; Government 

;uid Poliliis 
McCarthy, F. ANTHONY - C;reenlielt, Md.; Econ.miics 
McCOY, WILLIAM -Columhusfi Miss.; General Business 



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MeKITTRICK, ELSIE VIRC^.INIA - Salishnry, Md.; 

luteru;iti(in d Relations 
M1':LIKER, GAin JAV - Baltimore, Md.; Labor and Personnel 

Relations 
MELINTZ, P. RICHARD- Hagerstown, Md.; Economics 
MERLING, LAWRENCE PHILIP - Baltimore, Md.; 

Ecimoniics 
MERRIMAN, GEORGE MALCOLM - Brunswick, Md.; 

Accounting 



METZ, JOHN EDGAR - Takoma Park, Md.; Information 

Systems Management 
MILLER, JEFFREY R. - Baltimore, Md.; Labor Relations 
MOODY, PATRICIA ANNE - Burtonsville, Md.; Institution 

Administration 
MOORE, RANDALL ROLAND - Alexandria, Va.; Economics 
MOORES, JR., PAUL WESLEY - College Park, Md.; Business 

Administration 



MOSES, MICHAEL OSCAR - Baltimore, Md.; Government 

and Politics 
MOTLEY, RICHARD GRAHAM - New CharroUton, Md.; 

Business Administration 
MOTZ, JR., JOHN ROBERT - Hagerstown, Md.; Marketing 
MULLAN, PAUL HOWARD - Westport, Md.; Marketing 
MULLIN, VICTOR - Aberdeen, Md.; Accounting 



MURIK, BARBARA - Silver Spring, Md.; Government and 

Politics 
MYER, ROBERT CLARK - Rockville, Md.; Accounting 
NALLEY, MICHAEL L. - LaPlata, Md.; Accounting 
NAYLOR, ALAN HOLT - Springfield, Penn.; General Business 
NELSON, NORMAN L. - Silver Spring, Md.; Transportation/ 

Broadcasting 



NEWELL, KENNETH WILSON - Silver Spring, Md.; 

Transportation 
NICHOLAS, JOSEPH ROBERT - Odenton, Md.; Government 

and Politics 
NICHOLSON, PHILIP JAMES - Rockville, Mr.; Accounting 
NICHOLAS, ROBERT J - Hollywood, Md.; Transportation 
NOE, II, JAMES E. - Hyattsville, Md.; Transportation 



Sabillasville, Md.; Public 
■ Bethesda, Md.; 



NORMAN, H. BENJAMIN 

Relations 
NORRIS, RAYMOND VERNON 

Transportation 

NOVOTNY, JAMES LOUIS - Baltimore, Md.; Marketing 
OLSON, CARL FREDERIC - MvLean, Va.; Economics 
ORNDORFF, GERALD WESLEY - Silver Spring, Md.; 

Accounting 

OTTENHEIMER, MARK DAVID - Baltimore, Md.; Business 
PAINTER, MAURICE LAFAYETTE - Silver Spring, Md.; 

General Business 
PALMER, KAREN LORETTA - Wheaton, Md.; German Area 
PARKS, ROBERT MILES - Falls Church, Va.; Business 

Administration 
PAZONNICK, MARVIN ISRAEL - Baltimore, Md.; 

Governmen and Politics 



PEDAK, MARIA - Baltimore, Md.; Government and Politics 
PEED, DANIEL A. - Silver Spring, Md.; Journalism 
PENALOZA, MIGUEL - Mexico City, Mex.; Economics 
PENCEK, RICHARD T. - Dundalk, Md.; Accounting 
PERGOLA, THOMAS ALAN J. - Greenbelt, Md.; Personnel 
Management 



PERKINS, RAYMOND - Adelphi, Md.; Transportation 
PERRIER, JOHN WAY - Baltimore, Md.; Accounting 
PHELPS, PETER BROOKS - Newburgh, N. Y.; Transportation 
PICKETT. JR., EDWARD GRABETT - Summit, N. J.; 

Accounting 
PIGG, WILLIAM SCOTT - Silver Spring, Md.; 

Transportation 



PINCUS, ROBERT PAUL - Chillum Terrace, Md.; Finance 
PLUMMER, JR., CLAYTON ROBERT - College Park, Md.; 

French Area 
POLLACK, HOWARD A. - Baltimore, Md.; Government and 

Politics 
POSNER, RICHARD KENT - Silver Spring, Md.; Marketing 
POTTER, FREDRICK L. - Huntington Park, Calif.; Economics 



Milan, Tenn.; General Business 
Upper Marlboro, Md.; 



■ Annapolis, Md.; 



POWERS, DONALD LEE • 
POWERS, JR., RALPH W. 

Government and Politics 
PRICE, JR., RAYMOND FRANKLIN 

Transportation 

QUACKENBUSH, PAULINE - Silver Spring, Md.; Jaurnalism 
QUACKENBUSH, WILLIAM GARY - Silver Spring, Md.; 

Journalism 





OUEIN. DENNIS -Elkton, Md.; Production Management 
RABEiNHORST, BARBARA LYNN -Silver Spring, Md.; 

Geography 
RABENHORST, THOMAS DANIEL - Silver Spring, Md.; 

Urban Geography 
RADCLIPT, CRAIG ANDERSON - Wheaton, Md.; Economics 
RAHLL, JR., EDWARD GEORGE - Bel Air, Md.; 

Transportation 



RAPPAPORT, BARRY ALLEN - Takoma, Md.; Economics 
RAYNOR, KENNETH - Hyattsville, Md.; Transportation 
REARDON, JEREMIAH - Primes, Pa.; Public 

Administration 
REESE, EARL A. - Parkville, Md.; Accounting 
HEICHEL, KATHRYN ELIZABETH - Silver Spring, Md.; 

Public Relations 



REINHARDT, RICHARD - Bowie, Md.; General Business 
REINHARDT, III, WILLIAM H. - Wheaton, Md.; Marketing 

and Statistics 
RENCHER, DOUGLAS MAURICE, Bivalce, Md.; Business 

Organization 
RICE, PAUL H. - Silver Spring, Md.; Economics 
ROBINSON, CHERYL ANNE - Bethesda, Md.; Government 

and Politics 



ROBINSON, DENNIS B. - Coronado, Calif.; Geography 
ROBINSON, JAY E. - Elkton, Md.; Marketing 
ROBINSON, STEPHEN M. - Hyattsville, Md.; Government 

and Politics 
ROCHA, RICHARD ROBERT - Topeka, Kansas; General 

Business 
ROSEN, EDWARD ALEXANDER - Kensington, Md.; 

Personnel Management 

ROSENBERG, JERROLD - Silver Spring, Md.; Information 

Svstems Management 
ROSENBLOOM, JERRY B. - Silver Spring, Md.; Accounting 

pre-Law 
ROUZER, PATRICIA ANN - Mount Airy, Md.; Journalism 
SAFRAN, ESTER - Silver Spring, Md.; Government and 

Politics 
SAGE, RICHARD W. - Kensington, Md.; Government and 

Politics 



SAMSET, WALTER L. - Baltimore, Md.; Accounting 
SANDLER, JAMES STEVEN - Syosset, N. Y.; Economics 
SCHEIBACH, CLIFFORD G. - Hyattsville, Md.; 

Transportation 
SCHLENOTT, MARVIN T. - Baltimore, Md.; Economics 
SCHMITZ, PAUL TRACY - Adelphi, Md.; Marketing and 

Statistics 



Md.; General Business 
Silver Spring, Md.; 



SCHNEIER, lOAN - Pikesville 
SCHNEIDER, MAURY CARL 

Accounting 
SCHULMAN, RICHARD BARRY - Silver Spring, Md 

Economics 
SCHWARTZ, ARTHUR ROBERT - Brooklyn, N. Y.; 

Journalism 
SCHWARTZ, MARK HENERY - Silver Spring, Md.; 

Economics 



SCIRE, HOHN ANTHONY - Hattsville, Md.; International 

Affairs 
SEGANISH. WILLIAM MICHAEL - ()\on Hill, Md.; Finance 
SEIFERT, RUSSELL LEE - Baltimore. Md.; Marketing 
SELLERS, ROBERT FRANCIS - Cheverlv, Md.; Journalism 
SEMUELS, JOEL MICHAEL - Bahimore, Md.; Government 

and Politics 



SESSOMS, JOAN ELSIE - Baltimore, Md.; Go\ ernment and 

Politics 
SHELTON, CHARLES CONAWAY - Pocomoke, Md.; 

Accounting 
SIEGEL, GENE PHILIP - Baltimore, Md.; Transportation 
SILVERMAN, RICHARD IRA- Silver Spring, Md.; Marketing 
SIMMONS, RAYMOND II. - Towson, Md.; Government and 

Politics 



SINCLAIR, KAREN STARP - Potomac, Md.; Economics 

SINGER, LARRY - Baltimore, Md.; Journalism 

SLAN, ALLAN CIARY - Chevy Chase, Md.; Government and 

Politics 
SLEICHTER, CHARLES HENRY - Severna Park, Md.; 

General Business 
SMITH, LINDA JEAN - Frederick, Md.; Personnel 

Management 



SMITH, RICHARD HENERY - Baltimore, Md.; Marketing 
SMITH, ROBERT DEE - Aberdeen, Md.; Economics 
SMITH, ROBERT - Bethesda, Md.; Economics 
SMITH, RUSSELL PHILLIPS - Cambridge, Md.; Economics 
SMITH, WILLIAM THOMAS - Hyattsville, Md.; Economics 



SNYDER, STEPHEN ALAR - Baltimore, Md.; Government 

and Politics 
SNYDER, JR., WENDELL - Youngstown, Ohio; General 

Business 
SORRELL, JR., RICHARD PARK - Adelphi, Md.; Business 

Administration 
SPARKS, GEORGE NELSON - Riverdale, Md.; Government 

and Politics/ International Affairs 
SPEIZMAN, ALICE B. - Wheaton, Md.; Government and 

Politics / Pre-Law 

SPENCER, RICHARD ALLEN - Baltimore, Md.; 

Transportation 
SPIES, JAMES LANGFORD - Baltimore, Md.; Economics 
STAUFFER, CHRISTIAN WILLIAM - Baltimore, Md.; 

Accounting 
STEARNS, TIMOTHY - Arlington, Va.; General Business 
STEUER, KENNETH ALAN - HyattsvUle, Md.: Marketing 



STODDARD, DENNIS W. - Rogers Heights, Md.; 

International Affairs 
STOLTE, JR., CHARLES F. - Baltimore, Md.; Marketing 
STRAND, RUSSELL E. - Bethesda, Md.; Economics 
STRECKFUS, PAUL EDWARD- Baltimore, Md.; Economics 
STUMPFF, ROBERT T. - Lewistown, Penn.; Transportation 



SUGAR, BETSYJANE - Pikesville, Md.; Public Relations 
SULLIVAN, MICHAEL GEORGE - HyattsviUe, Md.; 

Accounting 
SULLIVAN, WILLIAM GARY - Indianhead, Md.; Finance 
SUTKUS, RICHARD WILLIAM - Greenbelt, Md.; Business 

Administration 
SW ANSON, KENT - Summit, N. J.; Government and Politics 



SWINDELL, JAMES WILSON - Blounts Creeks, N. C; 

Business Administration 
SZYMKOWICZ, JOHN THOMAS - Hillcrest Heights, Md.; 

Economics 
TAGERT, JR., JAMES WILLIAM - O.xon Hill, Md.; General 

Business 
TEMPLE, SAUNDRA ANNE - Silver Spring, Md.; Geography 
THOMAS CALVIN - Baltimore, Md.; Economics 



THOMPSON, WILLIAM F. - Elkridge, Md.; Accounting 
TOMIC, MIRKO - Arlington, Va.; Marketing 
URBAN, RICHARD H. - Mt. Airy, Md.; Industrial 

Management 
VANCE, WILLIAM FOUST - Oxon Hill, Md.; Journalism 
VEST, CHARLES T. - Chevy Chase, Md.; Government and 

Politics 



VOGELSANG, ROBERT F. - Pasadena, Md.; Business 

Administration 
WAIKART, FRANK WOLF- Silver Hill, Md.; Government 

and Politics 
WAKEFIELD, DONALD KEMP - Essex, Md.; Business 

Administration 
WALDMAN, ROBERT DENNIS - Pikesville, Md.; Accounting 
WALEGA, JOSEPH V. - Baltimore, Md.; Marketing 

WALKER, FRED A. - Wheaton, Md.; Transportation 
WALLS, ALLAN RAYMOND - Baltimore, Md.; Production 

Management 
WAPLE, JR., BEN F. -Wheaton, Md.; General Business 
WARREN, JR., HARALD JEFFERSON - Seat Pleasant, Md.; 

Transportation 
WEBB, RICHARD THOMAS - Catonsville, Md.; Business 

Persormel 



WEINSTEIN, MELVIN STANLEY - Aberdeen, Md.; 

Personnel and Labor Relations 
WETZEL, DOUGLAS ALAN - College Park, Md.; Accounting 
WHITE, ELLA LOUISE - Bethesda, Md.; Institutional 

Administration 
WIDNER, DAVID DREKA - Silver Spring, Md.; Business 

Administration 
WILLOTH, DANIEL DRENNAN - Boston, Mass.; Accounting 





WILSON, LINDALEE - Damascus, Md.; Journalism 
WINTERLING, LEAH RUTH - Baltimore, Md.; Journalism 
WOOD, RONALD OWEN - Baltimore, Md.; AccUmting 
WOOD, FREDERICK WILLIAM - Towson, Md.; Marketing 
WORRAL, ROBERT WILLIAM - Hyattsville, Md.; 
Accounting 



WRIGHT, III, JOHN M. - Los Angeles, Calif.; Personnel 

Administration 
WRIGHT, JR., JOSEPH P. - Salisbury, Md.; Marketing 
YATES, JAMES WILLIAM - Centreville, Md.; Government 

and Politics 
YEAGLE, DENNIS LEESE - Timonium, Md.; Political 

Science 
YEATS, RALPH - Joplin, Missouri; Accounting 



YOURTEE, MICHAEL WILLARD - Brownsville, Md.; 

Transportation 
YURFEST, JOSEPH - Baltimore, Md.; Government and 

Politics 
ZIHLMAN, JUDITH LYNN - Indian Head, Md.; Public 

Relations 
ZWEIG, STEVEN TERRY - Chevy Chase, Md.; Marketing 



Not Pictured: 



BEHIZAD, KEYUAN - Iran, Tehran; Economics 

CEPPOS, JEROME MERLE - Silver Spring, Md.; Journalism 

DUNCAN, GAIL ALBERS - Ellicott City, Md.; Personnel 

Administration 
KAPLAN, SAMUEL RICHARD - Silver Spring, Md.; Government 

& Politics 
JACKSON, GARY LEE - Frederick, Md.; Economics 



MARQUARDT, CHARLES D. - Berwyn Heights, Md.; Government 

& Politics 
MOLOVINSKY, GENE - AUentown. Pa.; Marketing 
SUMMERFIELD, JR., EMANUEL PETE - Baltimore, Md.; 

Economics 
TAYLOR, LISA N. - Washington, D. C; Journalism 
WOLPERT, HANK - Baltimore, Md.; General Business 



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Dean Vernon E. Anderson 




56 



EDUCATION 




In the words of Dr. L. Morris McCliire, associate dean of education, 
"Preparing professional workers at all levels and in all fields of public school 
work," has long been the goal set by the College of Education. Today this 
preparation is characterized by progress, and an acute awareness by everyone 
of its importance in every aspect of the educational process. 

The College of Education is the only institution at the University that 
prepares its 5,000 undergraduates for any kin;;l of teaching position, from 
kindergarten through college, in the demanding field of special education, as 
well as in counselling and administration. 

Certain public schools are now being staffed by University training pro- 
grams, so that teachers may better supervise students in their preparation 
for the teaching experience. 

From a physical standpoint, the technological center in the basement of 
the Education Building represents progress at its peak. Television, teaching 
machines, and electronic teaching aids signify an all-new media through which 
innovations in both the learning and teaching processes are being made 
possible. 

Academically, the graduate program promises to be the greatest con- 
tributing factor to progress and the "new approach" in teacher education. 
Of the 1,500 graduate students, 400 are now full time teachers working part 
time on degrees, a marked and rapid increase over the past four years. The 
new field of graduate training in educational technology is further evidence 
of Maryland's advancing graduate study program. 



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ABELMAN, JACKIE - Chevy Chase, Md.; Elementary 

Education 
ADAMS, SUE CAROL — Buckeystown, Md.; Home Economics 

Education 
ADAMS, SUZETTE - Bowie, Md.; Early Childhood 
AHERN, JANE ANN - Bowie, Md.; Spanish 
ALMOND, JEAN C. - HyattsviUe, Md.; Elementary 



AMSELLEM, RAE SHELLEY - Silver Spring, Md.; French 
ANORYS, ELENA STEPHANIE - Baltimore, Md.; Cheniistr>' 
ANTIN, EMILY LOUISE - Baltimore, Md.; Early Childhood 
APPERTI, RALPH E. - HyattsviUe, Md.; Industrial 
APPLEBAUM, REBECCA - Baltimore, Md.; Elementary 



ASCHENBRENNER, JEANNE E. - Baltimore, Md.; English 
ATWELL, MARIAN LEE - Chester, Md.; Elementary 
BAKER, JANICE LYNN -College Park, Md.; Elementary 
BAKER, KENNETH ROBERT - Maugansville, Md.; Indu.strial 
BAKER, MYRA SUE - Baltimore, Md.; Elementary 



BARKAN, ARLENE M. - Baltimore, Md.; Elementary 
BARNEY, ELEANOR JOYCE - Silver Spring, Md.; Elementary 
BARRON, LOIS HELEN - W. HyattsviUe, Md.; Elementary 
BAUER, ANDREA MARIE - White Hall, Md.; French 
BAUM, KAREN RUTH - Chevy Chase, Md.; Elementary 



BEERS, REBECCA - Landover Hills, Md.; English 
BELL, EILEEN ARMSTRONG- Miami, Florida; Elementary 
BELL, LAURA ANN - Rhodesdale, Md.; Home Economics 
BELL, PATRICIA - Brooklyn, N. Y.; Elementary 
BENDER, SHERRY M. - Silver Spring, Md.; Elementary 



BERGMAN, HOLLACE LOUISE - FAR Rockaway, N. Y.; 

Early Childhood 
BERLIN, LOUIS ROBERT - Baltimore, Md.; Education 
BERLIN, RICHARD MERRILL - Baltimore, Md.; Music 
BERRY, ELLEN VIRGINIA - District Heights; Home 

Economics 
BEST, NANCY SUE - EUicott Qty, Md.; Elementary 



BETTS, BARBARA J. - Springfield, Pa.; English 
BIESECKER, CAROL ANN - Pittsburgh, Pa.; Early Childhood 
BILLUPS, RICHARD B. - Bel Air, Md.; Industrial 
BILLY, CONSTANCE LA RUE - Frederick, Md.: Elementary 
BIZOT, MARTHA LOUISE - Silver Spring, Md.; Elementary 



BLACKSIN, CONSTANCE DEE - Takona Park, Md.; 

Elementary 
BLAU, PAMELA R. - Rockville, Md.; EngUsh 
BLONDER, BARBARA ELLEN - Silver Spring, Md.; 

Elementary 
BLOOMQUIST, MARCIA ANN - Bethesda, Md.; Early 

Childhood 
BLUMBERG, ROCHELLE E. - Baltimore, Md.; Elementary 



BOBUS, JOANNE MONICA - Aberdeen, Md.; English 
BOGEN, PAULA RAE - Silver Spring, Md.: Elementary 
BOHANAN, NANCY JEAN - College Park, Md.; Elementary 
BOHN, LINDA SUE - English 
BOND, SUSAN JANE - Kensington, Md.; Home Economics 



BONNER, ELAINE M. - College Park, Md.; Secretarial 
BOOKFORD, CAROLE L. - College Park, Md.; Social Studies 
BOROFKA, CECELIA KIM -Timonium, Md.; English 
BOURDOSIS, MARCO - Wheaton, Md.; History 
BOYER, LINDA K. - Frederick, Md.; Education 



BRADLEY, KAREN LOUISE - Rockville, Md.; Elementary 
BRAZEE, JUDITH ELLEN - Madison, Conn.; Elementary 
BRODERICK, KAREN ANN - Skyline, Md.; Elementary 
BRODSKY, GAIL SONDR - Hayttsvillc, Md.; Early Childhood 
BRONROTT, ALEXIS - Silver Spring, Md.; Art 



BROOKS, CAROL ANNE - Silver Spring, Md.; Elementary 
BROOKS, SANDRA - Easton, Md.; Elementary 
BROWN, PATRICIA ANN - Laurel, Md.; Mathematics 
BUCEVICIUS, ZIGMAS JURGIS - Stevensville, Md.; German 
BURG, ELLEN BETH - Bethesda, Md.; Social Studies 



BURNS, LINDA KRAMER - Takoma Park, Md.; English 
BUSHEY, SANDRA KAY - Cavetown, Md.; Elementary 
BUTTERMORE, VIRGINIA - Laurel, Md.; Elementary 
CAINE, III BRECKENRIDGE - Washington, D. C; Industrial 
CALDWELL, REBECCA J. - Laurel, Md.; Library Science 



CAPLAN, ARLENE - Baltimore, Md.; Elementary 
CAPLAN, ILENE - Baltimore, Md.; Elementary 
CATZVA, ANITA CAROL - Silver Spring, Md.; Elementary 
CEDERBERG, LINDA JEAN - Rocky Mount, N. C; Early 

Childhood 
CHESTON, ALVIN LONG - Bowie, Md.; Social Studies 



CLARKE, DONNA JEAN - Silver Spring, Md.; Home 

Economics 
CLYDESDALE, NAN L. - Rockville, Md.; Math 
COLE, DONNA L. — Long Meadow, Mass.; Home Economics 
COLEMAN, BARBARA L. - Potomac, Md.; Elementary 
COLEMAN, TRACY C. - Silver Spring, Md.; Industrial 



CONNOR, MARY JANE - Brentwood, Md.; Early Childhood 
COOPER, ROBERT EUGENE - Mitchell, Inda.; Agricultural 
COURCHEN, PATRICIA EILEEN - Goldsboro, Md.; Home 

Economics 
COX, BARBARA ANN - Bel Air, Md.; History 
CRAIG, DON C. W. - Silver Spring, Md.; Industrial 



CROWTHER, MARGARET - Baltimore, Md.; Elementary 
CRYER, PATRICIA LYNN - Leonardtown, Md.; Early 

Childhood 
CUBA, GARY W. - Baltimore, Md.; Industrial 
GUSHING, DONNA J. - Silver Spring, Md.; Home Economics 
DAUDELIN, DAWN BETTE - Silver Spring, Md.; Elementary 



DAVIDSON, DOREEN SUE - Silver Spring, Md.; Elementary 
DAYTON, MARY ALICE - Silver Spring, Md.; Early 

Childhood 
DEAN, SANDRA - Middletown, Md.; Elementary 
DEITRICH, BARBARA LOUISE - Lutherville, Md.; 

Mathematics 
DEITZ, BARBARA GAYLE - SUver Spring, Md.; Elementary 



DEMARZO, MARY - Hyattsville, Md.; English 
DEMPSEY, JR., WILLIAM HODGES - Hillchest Heights, 

Md.; Industrial 
DEPUE, CHERYL MARIE - Silver Spring, Md.; Elementary 
DEUCHLER, LINDA LEE - Baltimore, Md.; History 
DIETLE, SHERRY ANNE - Silver Spring, Md.; Secretarial 



DIZE, III, NOAH BENJAMIN - Crisfield, Md.; Art 
DONNELLAN, EILEEN MARIE - Chevy Chase, Md.; 

Elementary 
DUCOTE, BARBARA VALERIE - Hyattsville, Md.; 

Elementary 
DUVALL, JUDITH FRANCES - Baltimore, Md.; English 
DVOSKIN, DIANE M. - Randallstown, Md.; Elementary 





EATON, JOHN HOWARD - Brandywine, Md.; Industrial 
EGGLESTON, DIANE LYNN - Wheaton, Md.; Elementary 
EINSTEIN, STEPHANY - Baltimore, Md.; Early Childhood 
EISENBERG, GLORIA - Baltimore, Md.; Art 
EISENBERG, JUDY MARSHA - Baltimore, Md.; Elementary 



ENGLE, C.\ROL ANN - Cambridge, Md.; Early Childhood 
EPSTEIN, MYRA ESTHER - Washington, D. C.; Early 

Childhood 
EVERNGAM, SUE ANN - Baltimore, Md.; Elementary 
EZRINE, NATALIE PHYLISS - Baltimore, Md.; Early 

Childhood 
FABISZAK, ALAN EDWARD - North Lintchium, Md.; 

Industrial 



FARRERA, CHRISTINA - College Park, Md.; English 
FAYCHECK, KATHERINE - Forestville, Md,; Elementary 
FEARING, HELEN LEE - Elliott City, Md.; Home Economics 
FEINBLUM, CONNA SUE - Baltimore, Md.; Elementary 
FEINGOLD, ARLENE BETH - Washington, D. C; 
Elementary 



FELDMAN, GLORIA FRANCES - Baltimore, Md.; 

Elementary 
FELDMAN, MARSHALL EDWARD - Baltimore, Md.; Music 
FIEDLER, NANCY ANN - Laurel, Md.; Elementary 
FINEGAN, ANNE H. - Bethesda, Md.; Interior Design 
FINKELSTEIN, GAYLE CYNTHIA - Baltimore, Md.; Early 

Childhood 



FINN, BONNIE ALICE - Red Lion, Pa.; Speech 
FLANAGAN, II, RALPH TANNER - Silver Spring, Md.; 

Industrial 
FLAYHART, JOAN PAULINE - Glen Burnie, Md.; 

Elementary Art 
FLEGAL, WENDY STARR - Rockville, Md.; Elementary 
FORD, III, THOMAS LATIMER - Towson, Md.; Industrial 



FORREST, MARJORIE ANN - Brandywine, Md.; History 
FOSTER, SARA ELLEN - Paris, 111.; Secondary 
FOWLER, MARILYN LOUISE - Potomac, Md.; Elementary 
FRADKIN, JANICE HUBERT - Baltimore, Md.; Early 

Childhood 
ERASER, SUSAN PARSONS - Midletown, Md.; Elementary 



FREE, CHARLOTTE SUZANNE - Frederick, Md.; Early 

Childhood 
FREEDMAN, BONNIE - Baltimore, Md.; Elementary 
FRIED, SUSAN BROOKE - Baltimore, Md.; Elementary 
FRIEDLANDER, NANCY LEA - Baltimore, Md.; Early 

Childhood 
FULLER, PAMELA GARIL - Annapqolis, Md.; Elementary 



FUNKHOUSER, FAYE - Ardi Cascade, Md.; Elementary 
FUREY, MARIANNE - Long Island, N. Y.; Early Childhood 
FURMAN, GLORIA ANN - Silver Spring, Md.; Home 

Economics 
GADO, DONNA MARIA - Lanham, Md.; English 
GALLAGHER, BARBARA ANNE - Silver Spring, Md.; 

Elementaary 



GARBER, BEVERLY - Silver Spring, Md.; Elementary 
GATES, LAURETTA IRENE - Silver Spring, Md.; Elementary 
GEIGER, PAMELA ELAINE - Silver Spring, Md.; Elementary 
GELLER, KAY F. - Baltimore, Md.; Elementary 
GENETTI, MARGUERITE ANNE - Fort Meade, Md.; Social 
Studies 



GIENGER, JUDITH L. - Silver Spring, Md, Md.; Home 

Economics 
GILLESPIE, ROBIN M. - Rockville, Md.; Social Studies 
GIMBLE, BARBARA - Kensmgton, Md.; Art 
GLAZER, SUZANNE C. - Silver Spring, Md.; Elementary 
GOLDBLATT, NADINE IRIS - Baltimore, Md.; Early 

Childhood 



GRABER, LYNNE BARTON - Dubuque, Iowa; Library 

Science 
GRAN, LENORE ELLEN - Clinton, Md.; Art 
GRANAT, ILENE JOANNE - Silver Spring, Md.; Elementary 
GRAYSON, JOAN E. - West Hyattsville, Md.; Elementary 
GREENBAUM, JOAN - Rochester, N. Y.; Elementary 



GRIFFIN, JANET ELLEN - Rockville, Md.: Early Childhood 
GRIM, BEVERLY JANE - Hyattsville, Md.; Biology 
GRUBB, SHARON ANN - Severn, Md.; History 
HACKERMAN, INA L. - Baltimore, Md.; Spanish 
HAHN, BRENDA LYNN - Frederick, Md.; Home Economics 



HALL, BEVERLY EDNA - BalHmore, Md.; Elementary 
HALL, MARY DIANE - Baltimore, Md.; Elementary 
HAMILL, SUSAN VERA - Bethesda, Md.; Secondary 
HAMMOND, LINDA ELLEN - Baltimore, Md.; Elementary 
HANCOCK, E. CAROLE - Alexandria, Va.; Elementary 



HANYOK, BETTY ANNE - Bladensburg, Md.; Home 

Economics 
HARE, DAVID FRANCIS - Baltimore, Md.; Industrial 
HARNESS, M. SAHN - Clarksville, Md.; Art 
HARPER, ELIZABETH NEWTON - Bethesda, Md.; Speech 
HARRIS, ELAINE SUSAN - Baltimore, Md.; History 



HART, LAWRENCE D. - Sparrows Point, Md.; Geography 
HAWKINS, BEVERLY MAE - Randolph Villiago, Md.; Early 

Childhood 
HAWNES, MARY E. - Coventry, Conn.; English 
HEIDER, BARBARA H. - Bethesda, Md.; Early Childhood 
HEPLER, JUANITA MIDGETTE - Oxon Hill, Md.; Library 

Science 



HENSLEY, SHEILA MAE - Salisbury, Md.; Elementary 
HILSBERG, CAROL ANITA - Silver Spring, Md.; Elementary 
HILTEABRICK, FAY CELESTE - Taneytown, Md.; 

Elementary 
HIPPLE, GAIL LORRAINE - Laurel, Md.; Home Economics 
HIRSH, HELENE ANNE - Baltimore, Md.; Early Childhood 



HOOHMAN, MICHELLE - Chevy Chase, Md.; Elementary 
HOEFLICH, BRUCE ROBERT - Baltimore, Md.; Industrial 
HOILER, FREDERICK JEFFREY - Baltimore, Md.; 

Industrial 
HOLLOW AY, DOROTHY A. - Show , Md.; Elementary 
HOLZAPFEL, MARJORIE NICHOLb - Hagerstown, Md.; 

Elementary 



HOLZMAN, JR., CHARLES W. - Bahimore, Md.; Elementary 
HOMAN, BARBARA ANNE - Bowie, Md.; Elementary 
HOUSTON, BARBARA ANN - Silver Spring, Md.; Elementary 
HOWARD, GERALD EDWARD - Frederick, Md.; Industrial 
HOWARD, PATRICIA CROSSFIELD - Silver Spring, Md.; 
Elementary 



HUDSON, SUSAN CROMER - Silver Spring, Md.; English 
HUHN, PATRICIA M. - Hyattsville, Md.; Home Economics 
HULL, MARY ELIZABETH - Westeminster, Md.; Home 

Economics 
HUSMAN, MARY ANTOINETTE - Silver Spring, Md.; 

Elementary 
IRELAND, JEANNE ELLEN - Baltimore, Md.; Early 

Childhood 



JACOBSON, HELEN V. - Washington, D. C; Art 
JACKLEY, SANDRA WISE - Landover, Md.; Elementary 
JACKSON, ELIZABETH MAY - Greenbelt, Md.; Secretarial 

Business 
JACKSON, GARY - Bahimore, Md.; Industrial 
JACKSON, WINNIE FAYE - Baltimore, Md.; Early Childhood 




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JARBOE, NANCY - Baltimore, Md.; Early Childliood 
JAVIER, LARRAINE CAROL - HyattsviUe, Md.; Business 
JOHNSON, BEVERLY ANNE - Baltimore, Md.; Math 
JOHNSON, DEBORAH ANN - Myersville, Md.; Art 
JONES, FONTAINE - Crofton, Md.; Social Studies 



TONES, JUDITH ANN - Suitland, Md.; English 
lORDAN, CERRY D. - Baltimore, Md.; Elementary 
JYACHOSKY, BARBARA ANN - Brown.sville, Pa.; Social 

Sciences 
KAPLAN, BONA CYRILXE - Baltimore, Md.; Elementary 
KAUFMAN, LORRAINE FRANCES - Silver Spring, Md.; 

Elementary 



KEMPNER, LINDA H. - Spartanburg, S. C; Elementary 
KESSLER, MARSHA SUE - Baltimore, Md,; Home Economics 
KING, CAROL ANN - Kent Village, Md.; Elementary 
KING, III, ROBERT DOUGLAS -Wheaton, Md.; Industrial 
KIRBY, LOUISE JEANNETTE - Oxon Hill, Md.; Home 
Economics 



KIRK, BARBARA ANNE - HyattsviUe, Md.; Early Childhood 
KLARBERY, SUSAN - Bayside, N. Y.; Education 
KLATZKIN, FRAN R. - Baltimore, Md.; Music 
KLEIN, BARBARA RUTH - Chevy Chase, Mr.; Elementary 
KLEIN, STEPHEN RICHARD- Silver Spring, Md.; Industrial 



KLEIN, SUSAN ELIZABETH - Baltimore, Md.; Elementary 
KNAUFF, NANCY LEE - Baltimore, Md.; Early Childhood 
KNITZ, ELLEN SHEILA - Randallstown, Md.; Elementary 
KNOX, ALICE HELEN - College Park, Md.; Elementary 
KOERWER, BARBARA ANN - HyattsviUe, Md.; English 



KOHN, LYINDA SUE - Baltimore, Md.; Early Childhood 
KOZAK, GLORIA - Silver Spring, Md.; Speech 
KRUGER, SALOME SCARLETT - SUver Spring, Md.; 

Elementary 
LANE, MARY KATHLEEN - Cethesda, Md.; Biology 
LAPPIN, MARY RITA - Cheverly, Md.; Elementary 



LASKEY, MARY THEODORA - Oakland, Md.; Early 

Childhood 
LEAN, BONNIE SUSAN - Randallstown, Md.; Early 

Childhood 
LEBOWITZ, SUSAN G. - HyattsviUe, Md.; Art 
LEE, ALICE SUZANNE - Hyatt.sville, Md.; Social Studies 
LEE, JR., WILLIAM T. - Takoma Park, Md.; Industrial 



LEIBERTON, PAUL EMERSON - Silver Spring, Md.; 

Secondary 
LEPHARDT, ROSEMARY LENORE - Baltimore, Md.; 

Elementary 
LEONARD, KATHLEEN SARAH - Silver Spring, Md.; Home 

Economics 
LERNER, HARRY ARON - HyattsviUe, Md.; Elementary 
LESSANS, ELLEN TERRY - BaUimore, Md.; Elementary 



LEVENTHAL, SHARON LYNN - Silver Spring, Md.; 

Elementary 
LEVIN, ANNE HELENE - Baltimore, Md.; English 
LEVINSON, TOBY ANN - Bcthesda. Md.; Elementary 
LEWIS, DEANNA LOU - New Carrollton, Md.; Secondary 
LIEBERMAN, ROBYNE - Baltimore, Md.; Education 



LIEF, SHARYN IRIS - Silver Spring, Md.; Elementary 
LITT, SHARON - Silver Spring, Md.; Elementary 
LITTMAN, JOY - Silver Spring, Md.; Elementary 
LITZAU, WALTER WAYNE - Ellicott City, Md.; Industrial 
LODGE, LINDA L. - BeltsviUe, Md.; Elementary 



LOEB, RENEE L. - Silver Spring, Md.; Early Chadhood 
LORD, LYNDA BARBARA - Silver Spring, Md.; English 
LUCHETTI, ROBERTA JOANN - Adclphi, Md.; Secretarial 
LUKE, VIRGINIA MAE - Adephi, Md.; English 
LYONS, KATHLEEN MARY - College Park, Md.; Early 
Childhood 



MADER, SHERRY TRUE - Olney, Md.; Elementary 
MALIN, BONNIE N. - Baltimore, Md.; Elementary 
MALKUS, KEITH E. - Cambridge, Md.; Education 
MANDIS, DEMETRA CATINA - Silver Spring, Md.; 
MAPP, ROBERTA JEANNE - HiUcrest Heights, Md.: 



History 
Art 



MARCH, LAWRENCE MELVIN - Elkridge, Md.; Elementary 
MARTIN, JOANN MARIE - Walkersville, Md.; Elementary 
MARTIN, PATRICIA JO - Oakland, Md.; Home Economics 
MARTIN, SHARON - Greenbelt, Md.; Home Economics 
MARTIN, SUSAN HELEN - Roslyn Heights, Md.; French 



MARVIN, PATRICIA ANN - Baltimore, Md.; Music 
MASTBROOK, CHRISTINE MARIE - Hyattsville, Md.; 

Elementary 
MASTERSON, JOAN ANN - Hornell, N. Y.; Elementary 
MAURER, DAWN - Wheaton, Md.; English 
MAYER, BETTY JEAN - Sdver Spring, Md.; Elementary 



McBRIDE, JOHN E. - Lanham, Md.; Industrial 
McDowell, nancy jane - Caithersburg, Md.; French 
McINTOSH, CAROL A. - College Park, Md.; Early Childhood 
McNERNEY, FRANCIS CLAY - Indian Head, Md.; Industrial 
MEASEL, ROBERT E. - Woodsboro, Md.; Agriculture 



MERENDINO, PAULETTE JOSEPHINE - Rockville, Md.; 

Elementary 
MILEWSKY, MARLENE RENEE - Silver Spring, Md.; Early 

Childhood 
MILLAR, KAREN - Rediands, Calif.; Elementary 
MILLER, KAREN LOIS - Takoma Park, Md.; French 
MILLER, LAWRENCE ALAN - Baltimore, Md.; Social 

Studies 



MILLER, SHIRLEY ANN - Hyattsville, Md,; Elementary 
MINION, SUSAN MARIE - Ellicott City, Md.; Secondary 
MISTER, BARBARA JEAN - Hyattsville, Md.; Elementary 
MOCKABEE, JOANN - Silver Spring, Md.; English 
MOHR, BARBARA JEAN - Wheaton, Md.; Elementary 



MONITOR, NANCY LOUISE - Takoma Park, Md.; Home 

Economics 
MOORE, SHELBY JEAN - Elkton, Md.; Elementary 
MORAN, MARY M. - Westminster, Md.; Secondary 
MORGAN, HELEN E. - Frostburg, Md.; Home Economics 
MOSSBURG, SUSAN ELAINE - Silver Spring, Md.; 

Elementary 



MUDD, jean CARVE - Elinton, Md.; Elementary 
MULLIS, JOANN - Silver Spring, Md.; Education 
NEEDLE, PATRICIA - Baltimore, Md.; Elementary 
NEESE, EDWARD ELLIOTTE - Annapolis, Md.; Social 

Studies 
NEUBERT, IRENE ELIZABETH - Essev, Md.; Elementary 



NEUSTADT, SHEILA BERNICE - Washington, D. C; 

Social Studies 
NOBLE, ROBERT L. - Lutherville, Md.; Industrial 
NORTH, BONNIE FRANCES - Snyder Spring, Md.; 

Elementary 
NUSSBAUM, EILEEN J. - Baltimore, Md.; Early Childhood 
O'CONNELL, HELEN MARIE - Newark, N. J.; Elementary 






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OKSNER, HARRIET K. - Silver Spring, Md.; Home 

Economics 
OLIVER, JR., JAMES W. - LaPlata, Md.; Industrial 
OOSTERHOUS, NANCY ANN - Takoma Park, Md.; 

Elementary 
OTT, EILEEN ANN - Dundalk, Md.; Home Economics 
OWEN, JR., WILLIAM SCOTT - Towson, Md.; Industrial 



OTTO, PATRICIA ANN - Baltimore, Md.; Early Childhood 
PACIONE, CARLO P. - Baltimore, Md.; Industrial 
PAPPALARDO, SHEILA CATHERINE - Methuen, Mass.; 

Elementary 
PATAKY, ROSEMARY THERESA - Bowie-Belair, Md.; 

Elementary 
PAWLOWSKI, WAYNE VINCENT - Naugatuck, Conn.; 

Social Studies 



PAYNE, BARBARA JEAN - ClarksviUe, Md.; Elementary 
PERRY, PAMELA A. - Redlands, Calif.; Social Studies 
PETER, CAROLANN - Silver Spring, Md., Elementary 
PETRINI, MARY ANN - Hyattsville, Md.; Mathematics 
PODGUR, SARA FRANCES - Baltimore, Md.; Elementary 



PODOLSKY, BESSIE SUE - Baltimore, Md.; Education 
POKRESS, ELLEN R. - Washington, D. C; Elementary 
POLKY, FRANCES LOUISE - 0.xon Hill, Md.; Elementary 
PORTER, CAROLE JUNE - O.xon Hill, Md.; Early ChUdhood 
POTTER, PAMELA GAI - Baltimore, Md.; Elementary 



PRINCE, ANTOINETTE LOUISE - Baltimore, Md.; 

Elementary 
PROKOP, DONNA JEAN - Silver Spring, Md.; Elementary 
PROUDFOOT, DELBERT A. - Cumberland, Md.; Industrial 
RAMSEY, MARY JEAN - Wheaton, Md.; Social Studies 
RAWLINGS, NANCY CHERYL - Timonium, Md.; Elementary 



RAYCH, ROCHELLE SUSAN - Silver Spring, Md.; Early 

Childhood 
REDMOND, GAYLE ALEATHEA - St. Mary's City, Md.; 

English 
RICHMAN, ANDRA TERYL - Baltimore, Md.; Early 

Childhood 
RICHSTATTER, JUDITH C. - Greenbelt, Md.; German 
RIGGLE, SUSAN GAYLE - Bethesda, Md.; Early Childhood 



RIGLER, WILLIAM EUGENE - Havre de Grace, Md.; Music 
ROBERSON, WILLIAM THOMAS - Glen Bumie, Md.; 

General Studies 
ROBLES, CATHY EILEEN - Albuquerque, N. M.; Business 
ROMBRO, JOAN DANA - Baltimore, Md.; Elementary 
RONALD, BARBARA A. - Secretarial 



ROSE, MARY ELIZABETH - Fredrick, Md.; English 
ROSEN, ANDREA SUE - Maplewood, Md.; Elementary 
ROSEN, SHERRY M. - Baltimore, Md.; Early Childhood 
ROSENFELDER, NANCY JEAN - Hyattsville, Md.; 

Elementary 
ROSENTHAL, JANE KAREN - Baltimore. Md.; Early 

Childhood 



ROTHSTEIN, TERRY ROYSE - Baltimore, Md.; Elementary 
ROUTSON, WAYNE L. - Parkville, Md,; Industrial 
ROWELL, GRACE - Silver Spring, Md.; Art 
ROY, EVELYN PATRICL^ - University Park, Md.; 

Elementary 
RUSSO, MARY TARA - Baldwin, Md.; Elementary 



RUTKIN, JUDI - Miami, Fla.; Elementary 
SABCZAK, LINDA M. - Baltimore, Md.; Elementary 
SACHS, ANNETTE - Baltimore, Md.; Elementary 
STAFF, LORETTA RAE - Atlanta, Ga.; English 
SAGAL, ELLEN - Baltimore, Mr.; Early ChUdhood 



SCALES, JUDITH A. - Baltimore, Md.; Art 
SCHERR, ARLENE F. - Baltimore, Md.; Education 
SCHINDELHEIM, JOANNE C. - New York, N. Y.: 

Elementary 
SCHLEINHEGE, CAROL MARIA - Hyattsville, Md.; Speech 

and Drama 
SCHWARTZ, JOSEPH MARK - Hyattsville, Md.; Social 

Studies 



SCHWARTZ, JUDY RACHELLE - Salisbury, Md.; 

Elementary 
SEGAL, MARIAN G. - Silver Spring, Md.; English 
SEIDENBERG, SUSAN MARJORIE - Pikesville, Md.; 

Childhood 
SELBY, AMY JANET - Rockville, Md.; Elementary 
SHADE, MARGARET E. - Beltsville, Md.; Elementary 



Early 



SETTLER, HARRIETTE - Baltimore, Md.; Elementarv 
SHANE, FRANK ROBERT - Baltimore, Md.; Science 
SHEINBAUM, BONNIE T. - Washington, D. C; Early 

Childhood 
SIEGEL, JUDY - Bethesda, Md.; Social Studies 
SIEGEL, WYNNE - Pikesville, Md.; Early Childhood 



SILBER, BENITA SUSAN - Pikesville, Md.; Elementary 
SILVERMAN, NANCY J. - Baltimore, Md.; Elementary 
SINDALL, SUSAN MARIE - Silver Spring, Md.; Early 

Childhood 
SINDLER, BARBARA SUE - Baltimore, Md.; Early ChQdhood 
SINGER, MICHAEL DAVID - Baltimore, Md.; General 

Business 



SLEEMAN, SUSAN L. - Frostburg, Md.; English 
SLIFER, LINDA LEE - Chevy Chase, Md.; Early Childhood 
SEINE, BERYL B. - Baltimore, Md.; Elementary 
SMELKINSON, Ma.xine - Baltimore, Md.; English 
SNODDY, CAROLE JEAN - Silver Spring, Md.; Elementary 



SOBCZAK, LINDA DIANE - Aberdeen, Md.; English 
SOPHER, SUSAN LYNN - Silver Spring, Md.; Elementary 
SPRINGER, GLORIA THELMA - Silver Spring, Md.; 

Elementary 
STAFFORD, BARBARA ANNE - Chevy Cha.se, Md.; Science 
STAHLER, MARSHA HARRIET - Silver Spring, Md.; Speech 



ST. CLAIR, BETH ANN - Uniontown, Pa.; Elementary 
STEENERSON, PALMSA ANN - Silver Spring, Md.; Home 

Economics 
STEGMAN, NANCY BAIN - Severna Park, Md.; Art 
STOKES, VICKI MAE - Oakland, Md.; Early Childhood 
STRECKFUS, JUNE ELISE - Baltimore, Md.; Elementary 



STRULLY, ROBBIE CANDRA - West Islip, Long Island, 

N. Y.; Elementary 
STUKEY, WILLIAM MARSHALL - Hyattsville, Md.; Art 
SULLIVAN, DOROTHY ANN - Catonsville, Md.; Home 

Economics 
SUMERS, FRANCES LEE - Baltimore, Md.; English 
SULLIVAN, NORMAN NELSON - Silver Spring, Md.; Music 



SWARTZ, HELENE RUTH - Laurel, Md.; Elementar>' 
TALLEY, KRISTI ANN - Cincinnati, Ohio; Elementary 
TERZICK, JANE E. - Silver Spring, Md.; Secretarial 
THOMAS.. CHRISTOPHER MARTIN - Hyattsville, Md.; 

TIDWELL, PATRICIA A. - Oxon Hill, Md.; Home Economics 



TIMMONS, REBECCA L. - Pocomshe City, Md.; Business 
TOKOSCH, ALAN RICHARD - Baltimore, Md.; Social Studies 
TOLLIVER, SHEILA MAUREEN - Annapolis, Md.; English 
TROUT, MARGARET LOUISE - Wa.shington, D. C.; Early 

Childhood 
TSAKIRIS, CHRISTINE M. - Baltimore, Md.; Early Childhood 





TURNER, S. H. REGINA - Bellevue, Md.; English 
UMBARGER, JEANNE Y. - Silver Spring, Md.; Elementary 
VANGRACK, LINDA - Chevy Chase, Md.; Elementary 
WADE, CAROL MAY - Baltimore, Md.; Secretarial 
WAGSHAL, SHARON RODIN - Washington, D. C; 
Elementary 



WALDMAN, DEBORAH RAE - Silver Spring, Md.; Speech 
WATTENBERG, IRENE MARIE - Silver Spring, Md.; 

Elementary 
WEINSTEIN, ELAINE - Bahimore, Md.; Elementary 
WELBOURNE, JAMES C. - Baltimore, Md.; Library Science 
WELLS, NANCY DONA - Baltimore, Md.; Early Childhood 



WELLS, SUE ELLEN - Beltsville, Md.; Elementary 
WELSH, KATHLEEN FRANCES - Haddonfield, N. J.; 

Early Childhood 
WEYMOUTH, DOROTHY EDITH - Bethesda, Md.; 

Elementary 
WIENER, KATHRYN JOAN - Silver Spring, Md.; French 
WIERENGA, MARY SUSAN - Annapolis, Md.; Elementary 



WILLIAMS, MONICA - Laurel, Md.; Elementary 
WILNER, JOYCE RITA - Baltimore, Md.; Early Childhood 
WINSTON, ELLEN DANA - Rockville, Md.; Earlv Childhood 
WOLF, MYRA LENHOFF - Silver Spring, Md.; Early 

Childhood 
WOODWARD, RUTH ANN - Aberdeen, Md.; Elementary 



WOOLEY, KAREN A. - Pennington, N. J.; Elementary 
WU, MEI LAN - Baltimore, Md.; Elementary 
YANOVICH, TEDDY RAE - Silver Spring, Md.; English 
YOUNG, ANNA MAE - Frederick, Md.; English 
ZOLL, KAREN ESTHER - LaPlata, Md.; Art 



Not Pictured: 



BECK, KATHLEEN LOUISE - Bethesda, Md.; Elementary 
FLANAGAN, RALPH TANNER - Silver Spring, Md.; Industrial 
GROSS, TINA - Baltimore, Md.; Early Childhood 
HOWELLS, SUZANNE - HyattsviUe, Md.; Early Childhood- 
Speech 
NEEDLE, PATRICIA MAE - Baltimore, Md.; Elementary 



MAISTI, ROSE MARIE - Hollywood, Md.; Art 
McKENNA, FRANCINE MARIE - Silver Spring, Md.; Secondary 
MILLER, SHARON T. - Silver Spring, Md.; Elementary 
OBERG, ANN FRANCES - Chillum, Md.; Elementary 
ROBINSON, BETSY JEAN - Cardiff, Md.; Elementary 



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ENGINEERING 



The College of Engineering is training its 2,500 undergraduates and 650 
graduate students in one of the most rapidly expanded professions of 
modern soeiety. 

"Our problem," said Dean Robert B. Beckmann, "is that we're training 
students for what is yet to come." Scientific and technological advances 
have opened many new fields of engineering which did not exist ten years 
ago, such as environmental, nuclear and biomedical engineering. 

The need to staff these new phases of engineering is complicated by the 
steady evolution of the standard fields. Civil engineering, for example, 
now requires an understanding of community planning as well as technical 
skill in designing efficient roads and bridges. "Engineering now needs 
human relations experts," Beckman noted. 

Students in the six undergraduate programs — areospace, civil, chemi- 
cal, electrical, fire protection and mechanical engineering — are given a 
broad, rigorous background in chemistry, mathematics and physics, en- 
abling them to enter fields as they arise. 

The college has rapidly expanding graduate programs which include 
courses in the newer phases of engineering as well as the standard fields. 
Courses are also offered to working engineers so they may keep abreast 
of new developments in their professions. 







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ALTER, WILLIAM F. - Adinngdon, Md.; Mechanical 
ANGERMAN, E. KEITH - Potomac, Md.; Civil 
ANTONY, RICHARD THOMAS - SUver Spring, Md.; 

Electrical 
ARFORD, JAMES W. - Aberdeen, Md.; Civil 
ARMSTRONG, RICHARD M. - Silver Spring, Md.; Civil 



AUER, JOSEPH DAMIAN - Baltimore, Md.; Electrical 
BAHR, ALLEN C. - Baltimore, Md.; Electrical 
BELFIELD, WILLIAM ROHRMAN - College Park, Md.; 

Electrical 
BETTS, WILLIAM SPENCER, JR. - Springfield, Pa.; 

Mechanical 
BICKLEY, JACK - College Park, Md.; Civil Engineering 



BLOCK, STANLEY N. - Baltimore, Md.; Civil 
BOEGLI, KURT BERNHARD- New Holland, Pa.; Electrical 
BOEHM, WILBERT LEONARD - Baltimore, Md.; Mechanical 
BOHLI, WILLIAM HENRY - Parkville, Md.; Mechanical 
BONTZ, RICHARD ALAN - Silver Spring, Md.; Civil 



BOXER, GARY ROBERT - Hampton, Va.: Electrical 
BOYCE, WILLIAM G. - Cumberland, R. I.; Fire Protection 
BRADLEY, RONALD EDGAR - Baltimore, Md.; Mechanical 
BRADY, MICHAEL - University Park, Md.; Chem. Engineer 
BRANDT, DONALD E. - Bladensburg, Md.; Civil Engineer 



BRICKER, JR., RANDOLPH WALTON - Nutley, N. J.; 

Electrical 
BROOKS, WILLIAM N. - Scottdale, Pa.; Fire Protection 
BROWN, CHEWANNEY ALCESSO - Baltimore, Md.; 

Chemical 
BROWN, DAVID PAYTON - Baltimore, Md.; Electrical 
BROWNSTEIN, BARRY JAY - Adelphi, Md.; Aerospace 



BUCKLIN, ROBERT GILES - Rockville, Md.; Mechanical 
BURKE, ROBERT FRANCIS - Silver Spring, Md.; Chemical 
CANNON, WAYNE LEON - Hyattsville, Md.; Fire Protection 
CASSIZZI, JOSEPH ANTHONY - Baltimore, Md.; Electrical 
CHANTAKER, ARTHUR R. - Greenbelt, Md.; Information 
Systems 



CHICCA, WILLIAM EDWARD - Chillum, Md.; Civil 
CLARK, VICTOR H. - Baltimore, Md.; Civil 
CLERMAN, NORMAN STANLEY - Silver Spring, Md.; 

Aerospace 
COAX, JOHN TAYLOR, JR. - MvKees Rocks, Pa,; Fire 

Protection 
COCKEY, EDWARD A. - Lutherville, Ma.; Electrical 



COLLINS. RUSSELL F. - Arlington, Va.; Electrical 
COLLINSON, CHARLES EDWARD - Towson, Md., Civil 
DARMODY, THOMAS P. - Silver Spring, Md.; Civil 
DEOMS, JAMES HOWARD - Parkville, Md.; Mechanical 
DETERMAN, JOHN E. - Westernport, Md.; Electrical 



DEWEY, JAMES M. - Adanta, N. Y.; Fire ProtecHon 
DHANASOFHU, CHONGSARIT - Bangkok, Thailand; CivU 
DIEKMANN, CLARKE LEROY - Dtmdalk, Md.; Electrical 
DE MAIO, DORIAN ALBERT- Wheaton, Md.; Aerospace 
DRACKLEY, DAVID EDWIN - Frederick, Md.; Mechanical 



DURKIN, RICHARD SEAN - Baltimore, Md.; Electrical 
DUVALL, GORDON DANIEL- Annapolis, Md.; Engineering 
ELLIN, CHARLES ROBERT - Silver Spring, Md.; 

Engineering 
EPSTEIN, HARVEY STUART - Silver Spring, Md.; Chemical 
EPSTEIN, ROBERT LEONARD - College Park, Md.; 

Electrical 



FAIRBROTHER, DAVID BLAIR - Baltimore, Md.; Electrical 
FERRILL, JESS BRITTON - Bethesa, Md.; Mechanical 
FINKELSTEIN, FREDRIC PHILLIP - Baltimore, Md.; Civil 
FOUNTAIN, WALTER - Greensboro, Md.; Chemical 
FOX, BRITT MADISON - Laurel, Md.; Mechanical 



FROHLICH, JR, CHARLES RUDOLF - Baltimore, Md.; 

Mechanical 
GARRETT, WILLIAM EDMUND - Hyattsville, Md.; 

Aerospace 
GARRISON, ROBERT JOHN - Baltimore, Md.; Mechanical 
GERSCH, HOWARD JEROME - Baltimore, Md.; Chemical 
GILSTAD, MARY ELIZABETH - Silver Spring, Md.; Civil 



COLT, JR., JOSEPH SAMUEL - Baltimore, Md.; Electrical 
GOULD, LEWIS RICHARD - Baltimore, Md.; Mechanical 
GREEVES, JOHN THOMAS - Bethesda, Md.; CivU 
GRINE, EARL L. - Baltimore, Md.; Mechanical 
GUNDERSEN, TERRY B. - Adelphi, Md.; Electrical 



HAGIS, STEVE ATHAS - Baltimore, Md.; Civil 
HAIS, ALAN BARRY - Silver Spring, Md.; Civil 
HARRILL, RODNEY ALLEN - Glen Bumie, Md.; Civil 
HASPERT, JR., ADAM JOHN - Hyghesville, Md.; Electrical 
HELSTOWSKI, RONALD C. - Baltimore, Md.; Electrical 



RICKEY, ROBERT PATRICK - Washington D. C; Civil 
HOUSER, DAVID ALESANDER - Greenbelt, Md.; 

Mechanical 
HOW ATT, ROBERT JAMES - Salisbury, Md.; Electrical 
HUFNAGEL, CHARLES T. - Annapolis, Md.; Civil 
HUSS, MARTIN F. - Baltimore, Md.; CivU 



ISOLATO, JOSEPH JOHN, JR. - Hyattsville, Md.; Mechanical 
JONES, RONALD JOSEPH - Baltimore, Md.; Electrical 
KACUN, JOHN E. - Ehindalk, Md.; Electrical 
KALLAS, WILLIAM ELLWOOD - Baltimore, Md.; Civil 
KING, DENIS JOHN - Kensington, Md.; Electrical 



KINSLEY, RONNIE L. - Baltimore, Md.; Aerospace 
KNAUER, GERALD P. - Baltimore, Md.; Civil 
KOLEADE, OLAWALE - Lagos, Nigeria; Aerospace 
LARA, EDWARD RONALD - Washington, D. C; Civil 
LARSON, CARL ALFRED - Monkton, Md.; Mechanical 



LATHAM, FAYETTE M., Ill - Annapolis, Md.; Civil 
LAWRENCE, JOSEPH PARRAN - College Park, Md.; 

Electrical 
LAWRENCE, WARREN E. - Summit, R. I.; Fire Protection 
LEACH, THOMAS GRANKLIN - Baltimore, Md.; Mechanical 
LEATHERMAN, NEAL BRUCE - BalUmore, Md.; Aerospace 



LENTZ, ROBERT E. - Rockville, Md.; Electrical Engineering 
LERNER, IRA LEONARD - Rockville, Md.; Electrical 
MADER, CHRISTOPHER HOLLAND - Rockefeller, Md.; 

Mechanical 
MARKLE, FRANCIS T. - Hyattsville, Md.; Electrical 
MARKLE, STANLEY ALAN - Westminster, Md.; Mechanical 



MARMORSTEIN, STANLEY JOEL - Hyattsville, Md.; 

Mechanical 
McCORMICK, JOHN WILLIAM - Danville, Penn.; 

Engineering 
MILLER, WALTON LOUIS - Pasadena, Md.; Mechanical 
MILSTEAD, RICHARD MOORE - SAver Spring, Md.; 

Mechanical 
MOFFETT, JOHN H. - Silver Spring, Md.; Electrical 





MOORE, KENNETH MORRISON - Potomac, Md.; Civfl 
MORALES, JORGE - Washington, D. C.;Electrical 
NORTON, STUART ALAN - Silver Sprinsj, Md.; Aerospace 
ORD, GEORGE PARKIN - Westemport, Md.; Mechanical 
OSMOND, RICHARD DOUGLAS - Bethesda, Md.; 
Mechanical 



■ Silver Spring, Md.; 
- Takoma Park, Md.; 



k^M 



PEARLMAN, MARC STEPHEN - 

Electrical 
PENNINGTON, EDWARD LEE 

Mechanical 

PETERS, MARTIN MARION - Kensington, Md.; Civil 
PICKETT, DAVID MARCUS - Winfield, Md.; Mechanical 
PIEPOLE, RICHARD - Fredrick, Md.; Electrical 



PREBULA, ALVIN WILLIAM - Greenville, Pa.; Mechanical 
QUINN, ELIZABETH A. - Riverdale, Md.; Electrical 
RAMIREZ, JUAN — Bolivia, South America; Engineering 
RHINEHART, JR., ROBERT RUSSELL - Baltimore, Md. 

Chemical 
RIEHL, JOSEPH FRANCIS - Baltimore, Md.; Electrical 



RISINGER, JOHN W. - Bowie, Md.; Aerospace 
ROBINSON, JEFFREY C. - Baltimore, Md.; Chemical 
RODGERS, ROBERT BRUCE - Littlestown, Pa.; Civil 
ROME, STEPHEN IRA - Silver Spring, Md.; Chemical 
RUTHANBERG, MEYER L. - Baltimore, Md.; Mechanical 



RYERSE, NANCY ANN - Landover, Md.; Electrical 
SAGE, WESLEY D. - Kensington, Md.; Chemical 
SAVILLE, MERLE L. - Cumberland, Md.; CivU 
SCHWENDINGER, CHARLES W. - Hyattsville, Md.; 

Electrical 
SEGAL, MICHAEL PAUL - Baltimore, Md.; Mechanical 



SEIRAFI, HASSAN ALI - Mash-had, Iran; Chemical 
SEWELL, PHILIP GENE - Trappe, Md.; Aerospace 
SHANKS, DAVID LAUREN - Kensington, Md.; Electrical 
SHELLEY, BERNARD JOSEPH - Mechanicsburg, Pa.; Fire 

Protection 
SHEPARD, THOMAS BERGER - Silver Spring, Md.; Civil 



SHIPE, ROBERT ELLIS - Rockville, Md.; Civil 
SIBERT, ROBERT WILLIAM - Hyattsville, Md.; Civil 
SLAGLE, JR., CHARLES LEE - Johnstown, Pa.; Mechanical 
SMITH, PAUL JOSEPH - Takoma Park, Md.; Electrical 
SNIVELY, LYNN RHODES - Hagerstown, Md.; Electrical 



SOLHAN, GEORGE - Baltimore, Md.; Mechanical 
SOLIE, JOHN BRUCE - Wheaton, Md.; Agricultural 
SPEIGHT, ROBERT IRVIN - Beltsville, Me.; Civil 
SPRINGER, BARRY ROLAND - College Park, Md.; Electrical 
STANTON, RICHARD J. - Hyattsville, Md.; Electrical 



STEPP, RICHARD JEAN HOWARD - Riverdale, Md.; Civil 
STORO, EDDY ROGER - Silver Spring, Md.; Industrial 
TAMASSIA, JR., HUGH VICTOR - Hyattsville, Md.; Civil 
TANG, ARTHUR J, - Hong Kong; Civil 
TAYLOR, JOHN DENNIS - Cumberland, Md.; Chemical 



TAYLOR, ROBERT JOEL - Sharpsville, Pa.; Fire Protection 
TAYLOR, ROBERT STANLEY - Hvattsville, Md.; Civil 
TAYLOR, RODNEY JOHN - Sharp.sville, Pa.; Civil 
THOMAS, RICHARD J. - Silver Spring, Md.; Chemical 
TIEDEMANN, RANDALL HENRY - Kingsville, Md.; 
Mechanical 



TIMBERLAKE, JR., GEORGE A. - Aberdeen, Md.; 

Mechanical 
TORO, JOSE LUIS - Guayaquil, Ecuador; Electrical 
UGIANSKY, CAROLYN A. - Bdtimore, Md.; Chemical 
VONDERHORST, JAMES PAUL - Catonsville, Md.; 

Mechanical 
WEATHERBY, DAVID E. - Silver Spring, Md.; Civil 



WEBSTER, KENT L. - Hughesville, Pa.; Civil 
WELCH, NILES THOMAS - Hyattsville, Md.; Aerospace 
WENZEL, MARK VINCENT - Wheaton, Md.; Aerospace 
WHITE, LAWRENCE A. - Baltimore, Md.; Civil 
WILBUR, MARK M. - University Park, Md.; Electrical 



WILHELM, DANIEL L. - Monkton, Md.; Electrical 
WILKINSON, RICHARD CHARLES - Waynesboro, Va.; 

Chemical 
WILLEMS, HENDRIK - Bowie, Md.; Civil 
WILLIAMS, ROBERT A. - Suidand, Md.; Mechanical 
WILSON, RONALD ALLEN - Baltimore, Md.; Aerospace 



YRI, WILLIAM DAVID - Bel Air, Md.; Electrical 
ZINN, DAVID MICHAEL - BeltsviUe, Md.; Electrical 




Not Pictured: 

ANDREW, JR., JOHN D. - Towson, Md.; Civil Engineering 
McCAIN, HARRY G. - Hyattsville, Md.; Electrical Engineering 
PETERSON, E. KENT - Sacramento, California; Civil Engineering 
POTTER. JR., MILTON FAYETTE - Baltimore, Md.; Chemical 

Engineering 
SCHNEIDER, RANDY GRAHAM - Livingston, N. J.; Chemical 

Engineering 




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HOME ECONOMICS 




Dean Marjory Brooks 



The College of Home Economics and its courses of study are often wrongly 
stereotyped by students and faculty not connected with the college. Far from 
being mainly concerned with such practicalities as cooking and sewing, "home 
economics is actually an intangible subject in a way," commented Dr. Marjory 
Brooks, dean of the college. It focuses on people in a family unit ;md draws 
form and applies principles of the behavioral and physical sciences to study situa- 
tions which affect family stability. 

A broad background in sociology, psychology, chemistry, and physiology is 
interwoven m the College's five undergraduate programs - home economics "edu- 
cation, housing and applied design, textiles and clothing, general home economics, 
and food and nutrition. The 808 undergraduate students will have jobs awaiting 
them in such diversified fields as education, business, dietetics, community plan- 
ning, designing, and experimental research. 

"There is a great need for professional home economists," emphasized Dr. 
Brooks, "and a striking development is that more and more men are entering 
the field, especially in housing and applied design, family life, and nutrition." 
Seven of the college's 40 faculty members are men, she noted, and other col- 
leges of home economics show an even higher figure. 



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ABRAMS, MYRNA E. - SUver Spring, Md.; Advertising 
ADAMS, SUE — Buclceystown, Md.; Home Economics 

Education 
BAYLIS, MARY ANN - Baltimore, Md.; Institutional 

Administration 
BELSHER, CAROL ANN - Hillcrest Heights, Md.; Interior 

Design 
BENEKE, MARY JO - Oxon Hill, Md.; Textiles & Clothing 



BEST, ELLEN RAE - Beltsville, Md.; Textiles & Clothing 
BILLETT, CAROL ANN - Baltimore, Md.; Instiution 

Administration 
BOKOLES, JUDITH ANN - Takoma Park, Md.; General 
BUCHERT, JOHN EDWARD - Hatboro, Pa.; Industrial Arts 
CABLE, ALICE MAY - Sykesville, Md.; Textiles & Clothing 



CAMPBELL, KAROLYN MARTIN - Silver Spring, Md.; 

Housing & Applied Design 
CARRALL, MARGARET K. - Catonsville, Md.; Home 

Economics 
CLARK, JUDITH ANN - Seabrook, Md.; Eextiles & Clothing 
COX, SHIRLEY J. - Dundalk, Md.; Textiles & Clothing 
DALSTED, ELIZABETH ANN - New Carrollton, Md.; 

Textiles & Clothing 



DIVELBISS, STEPHEN D. - Greencastle, Pa.; Industrial Arts 
EBBELER, KATE ANN - Camp Spring, Md.; Textiles & 

Clothing 
ENSOR, NANCY M.- Phoenix, Md.; Home Economics 
EVERETT, DALE KATHLEEN - Hillcrest Heights, Md.; 

Applied Design 
FEASTER, CAROL ANN - Salisbury, Md.; Home Economics 



FEDERLINE, CHERYL ANN - Silver Spring, Md.; Textiles 

& Clothing 
FINEGAN, ANNE H. - Bethesda, Md.; Interior Design 
GASPER, BARBARA RAWLINS - Seaford, Del.; Home 

Economics General 
HALL, JUDITH ANN - Kensington, Md.; Textiles 
HALL, ROBERTA - Parkville, Md.; Institxition Administration 



HERMAN, JANE COURTNEY - Bethesda, Md.; Interior 

Design 
HILL, II. JAMES GYRON - Baltimore, Md.; Interior Design 
HOPKINS, DIANE MARIE - Baltimore, Md.; Textiles & 

Clothing 
HUSLER, SHARON LOUISE - Towson, Md.; Textiles & 

Clothing 
IMPHONG, THOMAS MILLER - Hancock, Md.; Industrial 

Arts 

JACOBY, RONALD FRANZ - W. Hyattsville, Md.; Applied 

Design (Interior) 
JAROSINSKI, SUSAN MARY - Baltimore, Md.; Institutional 

Administration 
KESECKER, MARY-HELEN - Bethesda, Md.; Textiles & 

Clothing 
KLOSS, SALLYANN TERESA - Baltimore, Md.; Textiles & 

Clothing 
KNABE, KAREN ANNE - Towson, Md.; Interior Design 

KREMER, CECILE - Silver Spring, Md.; Advertising 
LEONARD, KATHLEEN S. (maiden name-Waugh) - Silver 

Spring, Md.; Education 
McCLAIN, BARBARA JEAN - College Park, Md.; Education 
MONTBRIAND, MARY U. - Wheaton, Md.; Institution 

Administration 
MULLENDORE, GREGORY R. - Silver Spring, Md.; 

Advertising & Conmiercial Art 



MULLINIX, PAULETTE ROBERTA - Richmond, Va.; 

General Home Economics 
NICHOLSON, JUDITH ANN - University Park, Md.; Home 

Economics 
O'CONNELL, PAUL THOMAS - Troy, N. Y.; Industrial Arts 
PAYMER, BARBARA A. - Baltimore, Md.; Advertising 
RICHARD, VICKI LEE - Aberdeen, Md., Interior Design 



ROBY, DIANE JOYCE - Caton.sville, Md.; Education 
SCHENKEL, BETSY - Hyattsville, Md.; Textiles & Clothing 
SELKO, RANDI HOPE -Baltimore, Md.; Interior Design 
SIEGEL, JANE - Home Economics 

SIPPEL, MARJORIE RUTH MARIE - Laurel, Md.; Interior 
Design 



SPECK CHEERI LOU — Centreville, Md.; Home Economics 
TAMMARU MAI - Baltimore, Md.; Textiles & Clothing 
TARBELL, MARJORIE MARIE - Seabrook, Md.; Home 

Economics „ „ , , . 

VADEN JUDITH ELAINE - Textiles & Colthmg 
WALLACE, PRISCILLA - Princess Anne, Md.; Advertising 



WALTER ROBERTA MARY - TextUes & Clothing 
WHITE, PAULINE KELLY - Stevensville, Md.; Textiles & 

Clothing 
ZAMITES, KAREN - Hillcrest Heights, Md.; Home 

Economics Education 




Not Pictured: 



; Textiles & 



DABBS, EDITH ANTOINETTE - Radiant Valley, Md.; 

FURMAN GLORIA ANN - Silver Spring, Md.; Home Economics General 
MORGAN LINDA S. - Hyattsville, Md.; Crafts-Pre-occupational Therapy 
BUNDLE,' BONNIE -Chula Vista, California; Advertising-Home 
Economics 




77 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION, 
RECREATION, and 

HEALTH 



The College of Physical Education, Recreation, and 
Health is oriented in two directions— toward Univer- 
sity students as a whole and toward its own majors. 
Its programs combine health and physical education 
courses required of all undergraduates with rigorous 
professionally oriented curricular in the fields of 
health, education, physical education, recreation, 
dance, and physical therapy. Although primarily a 
teacher-training college, many of its graduates fill 
such occupations as municipal or county park and 
recreational planners and physical therapists. The col- 
lege's graduate program trains students for executive 
and administrative positions in the fields of physical 
or health education, and recreation. 

Extensive recreational facilities and activities arc 
also made available to students through the men's 
intramurals program and the Women's Recreation 
Association. "Many of the skills taught in our physi- 
cal fitness programs are carried over into students' 
lives after they graduate," commented Dean Lester 
M. Fraley. "We offer a wide selection of sports in 
the required physical education program so that stu- 
lents can develop skills they will enjoy using later." 







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ALLEN, LARRY WAYNE - St. Michaels, Md.; Physical 

Education 
BAUMAN, BONNIE SHIRLENE - Elkridge, Md.; Physical 

Education 
BIX, SUSAN A. - Baltimore, Md.; Recreation 
BLANA, JEAN NICOLETTE - Takoma Park, Md.; Physical 

Education 
BONVARDO, FRANK JOHN - W. Collingswood Heights, 

N. J.; Physical Education 

BUGYI, GEORGE J. - Fleminton, N. J.; Health and 

Recreation 
BUNCH, BRIDGETT REE - W. Hyattsville, Md.; Recreation 
CANFIELD, LYNDA W. - William.sburg, Iowa; Physical 

Education 
CONWAY, GENEVIEVE - Wilmington, Del.; Physical 

Therapy 
COX, JOHN HAROLD - Laplata, Md.; Physical Education 



CROWTHER, ANN CAROLINE - Riverdale, Md.; Physical 

Education 
CURRIE, JEANNE - University Park, Md.; Physical Education 
DELMORE, FAYE JOAN - Bowie, Md.; Physical Education 
DONAHUE, DANIEL FRANCIS - Massapequa, N. Y.; 

Physical Education 
DOSCH, NANCY DOLE - Towson, Md.; Physical Education 



DULYS, NYOLE - Baltimore, Md.; Physical Therapy 
DUNBAR, DOROTHY WHITMAN - Coronado, Calif.; 

Physical Education 
ELLIOT, HAROLD THOMAS - Accokeek, Md.; Recreation 
FERRELL, JESSE ALAN - Beltsville, Md.; Physical Education 
FRAZER, ROBERT A. - BalUmore, Md.; Physical Education 



FRIBUSH, SUSAN - Baltimore, Md.; Physical Education 
GEHLERT, LINDA ANN - Pasadena, Md.; Physical 

Education 
GRIFFIN, MARION LOUISE - Silver Spring, Md.; Physical 

Education 
GUSTAFSON, NANCY - Rockville, Md.; Recreation 
HALL, ALICE ELAINE - Bladensburg. Md.; Physical 

Education 



HALL, FORD A. - College Park, Md.; Physical Therapy 
HELLER, RONALD IRA - Pikesville, Md.; Physical Education 
HENN, JOAN MARY - Catonsvaie, Md.; Health and 

Recreation 
HINOTE, MARTHA ANN - Hyattsville, Md.; Recreation 
HOFFMAN, FRANCIS RONALD - Baltimore, Md.; Physical 

Education 



HUSMAN, FRED H. - Adelphi, Md.; Physical Education 
JONES, ALONZO JAMES - Suitland, Md.; Physical 

Education 
JONES, VANIE LOUISE - Skaneateles, N. Y.; Phyqsical 

Education 
KAISERSKI, MARY JOAN - Catonsville, Md.; Physical 

Therapy 
KAPLAN, ELLEN SUE - Baltimore, Md.; Physical Therapy 



KARCH, ROBERT C. - Mill Hall, Pa.; Physical Education 
KECK, JUDITH H. - Towson, Md.; Physical Education 
KECK, RICHARD LEE - Roosevelt, N. Y.; Physical Education 
KEYS, DONALD E. - Oxon Hill, Md.; Physical Education 
KRUGER, VIRGINIA ANNE - Chase, Md.; Physical 
Education 



LAFLEUR, JACQUELINE CAROL - Silver Spring, Md.; 

Recreation 
LAMPE, CORDELIA - College Park, Md.; Physical Education 
LAUSCH, MARGARET - Annapolis, Md.; Physical Therapy 
LEASE, BARBARA JEAN - Baltimore, Md.; Physical 

Education 
LONG, LUI>WIG McGLALLAN, II - Williamsport, Md.; 

Physical Education 

LOPES, MICHAEL LEONARD - Silver Spring, Md.; 

Recreation 
LOVELL, SHERRY - New Carrollton, Md.; Physical Therapy 
McCRACKEN, JANEEN - Washington, D. C; Physical 

Education 
MILLIKAN, DAVID- La Jolla, Calif.; Recreation 
MINTZ, MELVIN GARY - Baltimore, Md.; Physical Therapy 



MORNINSTON, MARSHALL ALBERT - New Windsor, Md. 

Physical Education 
PATCHEN, LINDA J. - Towson, Md.; Physical Therapy 
PROPHET, BEVERLY ANN - Wheaton, Md.; Physical 

Education 
RINGDORF, JOHN - College Park, Md.; Physical Therapy 
RISSER, KEITH B. - Baltimore, Md.; Physical Education 



ROGERS, CAROL - Baltimore, Md.; Physical Therapy 
ROGERS, LINDA - Baltimore, Md.; Physical Therapy 
ROYCE, JEANNINE DIANE - Beltsvelle, Md.; Physical 

Education 
SAMPSON, MARILYNN SUE - Wheaton, Md.; Recreation 
SCANLON, JEANNE - Pittsburgh, Pa.; Physical Therapy 



SCHNEPP, NANCY - Baltimore, Md.; Physical Therapy 
SCHWARTZ, JR., ROBERT EDWARD - Catonsvelle, Md.; 

Physical Therapy 
SHAW, CAROL ANN - Federalsburg, Md.; Physical Education 
SNEIDER, MALENE F. - Baltimore, Md.; Physical Education 
SQUIRES, WENDY PAULE - Annapolis, Md.; Physical 

Education 



STICKEL, LOUIS FREEMAN - Delanco, N. J.; Physical 

Education 
TEMPLE, CLARA ELIZABETH - San Diego, Calif.; 

Recreation 
TOULA, CAROL LEE - Potomac, Md.; Physical Education 
TRUAX, TERRY LEE - Hancock, Md.; Physical Education 
TUPPER, BARBIE ELIZABETH - Belair, Md. Physical 

Education 



WHITELEY, FLORENCE M. - Osterville, Mass.; Physical 

Therapy 
WILLIAMS, JULIA JANE - Baltimore, Md.; Recreation 
WISE, KAREN - College Park, Md.; Physical Therapy 




Not Pictured: 

GOLDSTEIN, ROBERT MICHAEL - Bronx, N. Y.; Recreation and 
Health 




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BETTER 
LATE 



THAN 




it's your last chance 




\ 



1968 Terrapin 

Sen/or Pictures will be taken 

through Oct, 18, only . Make your 
appointment now; 
Room 207 hum, BIdg, 

This is your lost chance to gel your picture token (or the 1968 Terrapin. 





AHALT, DIANNE H. 
ALEXANDER, AUBREY 
ANDREW, JOHN, JR. 
AU, DONNA 



BAKER, HOWARD 
BARRON, JOHN 
BECKER, F. W. 
BENTZ, JO LYNNE 
BERAND, SHARON 



BOGDANOFF, BOB 
BREES, ZANDRA 
BROOKS, DAN 
BUANNO, JOHN N. 
CAPREOTTI, SUSAN 



CASPER, CRAIG 
CHAIS, RICHARD 
CLEARFIELD, KAREN 
COONEY, KATHLEEN 
CORDIANO, RICHARD 



DEAN, MARTHA 
DICUS, WILLIAM 
DUBECK, MARK 
EDELMAN, RICHARD 
ELKINS, MARGARET 



ELLENSON, BERNARD 
ENGLER, PERRY 
FAY, KEVIN 
FLEMING, JOHN 
FOLEY, JAMES 



FOX, EDWARD F. 
FRANCIS, JEANNE 
FRUSHOUR, GERALD 
KOUDELKA, MARY L. 
FURR, WILLL\M H. 



CATCHELL, CHARLOTTE 
GIENGER, JUDITH 
GOLDSTEIN, BOB 
GROSS, TINA 
GUBISCH, JANE 



HART, EDWARD 
HEINMULLER, DAVID 
HENNINGER, LOIS 
HILL, JAMES MYRON II 
HINKLE, LARRY 



HOBBS, ANN S. 
HUFFMAN, WAYNE 
HUNT, H.KENNETH 
JOHNSON, W. L. 
KNIGHT, CHUCK 



KRAFF, MARY MARGARET 
LEBOLD, JOHN 
LEVINE, ALAN 
LIEBLEIN, JACK 
MACADAMS, ARTHUR 



MACKEY, BERNARD 
MALKUS, KEITH 
MANARIN, LEONARD 
MARSH, JANET 
MARSIGLIA, MARY P. 



MATESKY, JOEL B. 
MENDES, VINCENT 
MERCER, JO ANN 
MESMER, GAIL 
METRO, A. HOWARD 





MIDDLEMAN, JEFFREY 
MILIMAN, BARBARA 
MILLER, TOM 
MILLIKEN, SUSAN J. 
MITCHELL, MARK 



MONTELEONE, THOMAS 
MORGAN, LINDA 
MURPHY, MARY JEANNE 
NOPPENBERER, GEORGE 
ORENBERG, CEGILIA 



OWEN, C. H. 
PAUL, BRAYTON O. 
PAVLAT, PEGGY 
PETERSON, KENT 
PFEFERMAN, MARION 



PIERCE, WILLIAM H. 
PORTOGARRERO, JORGE 
POTTER, MILTON 
PRINCE, WALTER, D. 
RICHARDSON, PAM 



ROUSE, JACQUELYN 
RUNDLE, BONNIE 
RUSHING, LEE 
SACKS, EDWARD 
SAUER, EARL S. 



SCHENKER, CAROLE 
SCHEK, JOSEPH 
SCHNEIDER, ALAN 
SCHNEIDER, RANDY 
SCHORR, GEORGANN 



SHANTZ, PHYLLIS 
SILVER, DONALD 
SMITH, DENNIS 
SOUCY, PHILIP 
STANSBURY, RICHARD 



STIEBER, JANE 
STOLL, RICHARD 
TAKEUCHI, MERLE 
TAYLOR, DIANNA 
TAYLOR, ROBERT E. 



THANASON, HELENE G. 
TRUMP, DALE S. 
TESCH, EILEEN S. 
VINCE, MICHAEL E. 
VIOLA, JOSEPH W. 



WARD, EILEEN 
WEBB, RICHARD N. 
WHIPP, SHERRY ANNE 
WINSTON, EVAN 
WOOLFSON, SHERLYNN 



NOT AT ALL. 




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HONORARIES 






tWM:Mk^>'^ 










PHI BETA KAPPA 




Phi Beta Kappa is a national scholastic honorary fraternity of the College of Arts and 
Sciences. Members are chosen on the basis of broad cultural interests, high scholastic achive- 
ment and good character. 

To qualify, a student must be a junior or a senior. Juniors must have obtained a 3.75 over- 
all, and seniors a 3.5. 



Susan L. Armstrong 
Charles Bryce 
Alan M. Nathan 
Gerald A. Nolly 
Alyce J. Wertheimer 
Lalah C. Conway 
David A. Cook 
Ursula Davis 
Patricia L. McKay 
Steven Glazer 
June R. Reinking 
Edward Ansel 
Wolfgang P. Menzel 
Nancy A. Kirchner 
Bemadette Connelly 
Michael Suser 
Stewart Block 
Margot Heggestad 
Michael Favin 
Heather Frankle 
Stanley Levin 
John Balchunas 



Willa S. Stem 
Constance Fletcher 
Ruth Weissman 
Ronald W. Massie 
Thurston Carleton 
Joel Lee Morgenthau 
Susan Coppage 
Robert T. Elsberry 
Mirijana Kocho 
Eugene Carver 
Peter Hruschka 
Mark Weiss 
Janette McGaughy 
Martin Babst 
Elizabeth Kocher 
Harold G. Klemcke 
Robert K. Stevens 
Monique Margetis 
Susan Cox 
Stephany Humpston 
Leslie Berkow 
Helen Tegnell 



Jean Svirbely 
Mary Hassman 
Alan D'Appolito 
Carol Newman 
Lawrence D. Gorban 
Jerry Schreiber 
Susan Larson 
Suzanne M. Haig 
Rugh A. Keeting 
Kent S. Frazier 
Margaret D. Smith 
Richarl E. Wood 
Louis Mezzulo 
Nelson L. Bain 
George Beck 
Cheryl Beveridge 
Robert E. Carlitz 
Helen Ryan 
Nanette L. Vincent 
Richard Brown 
Maury L. Fradkin 
Kenneth D. Powell 



Adil Kanaan 
Eileen M. Oickle 
Edward P. Dugan 
Margaret Buckler 
Pinar Arcan 
David Frank 
Barbara V. DeMont 
William Bortz 
Mac Jenkins 
Norma Kirwan 
Gevevieve Hagan 
Margaret Wolfe 
Susan R. Kinsey 
Joan C. Can- 
Susan Pristoop 
Kay McDorman 
William Caswell 
Alan P. Auckenthaler 
Robert Jarboe 
Karen B. Joseph 
Jerry Herbst 
Sue A. Glackin 
Ann M. Kidwell 



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Michael Adler 
Donna Carson Angle 
John Archer 
Karen Ruth Austen 
Arthur Frank Ballant 
Eleanor Joyce Barney 
Marshall Edward Belaga 
Patricia K. Bennett 
Sharon Hocker Berard 
Anne Lois Bernstein 
William Spencer Belts, 

Jr. 

Stewart A. Block 
Paula Rae Bogen 
Cecila Kim Borofka 
Brenda Lane Bowers 
William G. Boyce 
Linda K. Boyer 
Margaret Anne Bridge 
Virginia Allyn Broadbeck 
Kaye Truxton Brooks 
Anita F. Brownstein 
Barry Jay Brownstein 
Madeline Lee Bryer 
William E. Caswell 
Gary Robert Catzva 
Jerry Cissel 

Miriam Eleanor Cochell 
Kathleen G. Cooney 
Lewis N. Corrington 
Barbara Ann Crampton 
Mark J. Daniel 
Loren Arlene Davidson 
Janice Eaton Davies 
Walter James Davis III 
William J. Davis 
Dennis Paul Dean 
Barbara Gayle Deitz 
Dorian A. DeMaio 
Ronald C. Denhardt 
Joan K. Desmarias 
Sherry Anne Dietle 
Leonard Dobrowski 
Walter Randolph 

Dodson, Jr. 
Janet Douglass 
James Oliver Duke 
Michael Alan Duniho 
Joseph Allen Dupras 
Judith Frances Duvall 
Mary Jo Eheart 
Judy Marsha Eisenberg 
Donna K. Ellis 
Robert Leonard Epstein 
Marjorie May Feller 
Robert Burton Fine 
Marlene A. Frazier 
Suzanne H. Fribush 
Nancy Jane Funkhouser 
Lawrence W. Gardner, 

Jr. 
Paulette D. Geisenkotter 
Bonnie H. Gershon 
Robin Meredith Gillespie 
Sue Anne Glaekin 
HoUace Ava Goldberg 
Theresa Mary Goldberg 
Vernon R. Gramling 
Inara Gravitis 
Dianne H. Greyerbiehl 
Jack Randall Grimm 
Stephen Bruce Grossman 
Earl B. Grove 
Lois M. Gurel 
Ina L. Hackerman 
William E. Hackett 
Carole P. Hancock 
Paul Gerard Hannon 
John Key Harley 
Rodney Allen Harrill 
John Fillmore Harris 
Margot Kathryn 

Heggestad 
Anita E. Henderson 
William Francis 

Hermach 
Andrea Jean Heubeck 
Margaret Ann Higgins 
Judy Himelfarb 
Francis Ronald 

Hoffmann 




PHI KAPPA PHI 



Phi Kappa Phi academic honorary was founded in 
1897 at the University of Maine and is now a national 
organization of over 80 chapters. Its sole purpose is the 
recognition and encouragement of superior scholarship. 

Members are selected on the recommendation of 
deans of colleges. They comprise the upper ten percent 
of the graduating class, junior and senior students pos- 
sessing at least a 3.3 cumulative average and 60 credit 
hours, masters candidates who have obtained a 3.7 av- 
erage and doctoral candidates with a 3.5 average. 

Last semester 172 students were inducted into the 
chapter at the University. 



Marjorie Nichols 

Holzapfel 
Leonard C. Howard, Jr. 
Susan C. Hudson 
Barbara Elaine Ifshin 
Gale Ellen Inoff 
Fred M. Jacobson 
Susan Jerome 
Nancy Marguerite Jobe 
Constance Joan Joluison 
Karen B. Joseph 
Nancy Anne Kirchner 
Ruth O. Kobin 
Robert E. Koehler, Jr. 
Barbara Jeanne Lavezzo 
Joseph Parran Lawrence 
Robert E. Lentz 
Sandra L. Levin 
Max Joseph Levine 
Deborah J. Levy 
Patrick Chi-Ping Liao 
Betty Jean Liebersohn 
Myma G. Lippman 
Jerald Benson Lurie 
Leslie D. Lytle 
Susan Malchodi 
Roberta Jeanne Mapp 
Sharon Jo Martin 
Margaret Ann Maslak 
Douglas McArthur 
Shirley Jean Merritt 
Donald Lesessne Miller 
Marilyn Hannah Miller 
William Crane Morison 
W. Richard Neiswender 
Marc Andrew Nemiroff 
Marilyn White Norris 
John Michael O'Day 
Jacquelin Linda O'Neill 
Mary Joan Osantowski 
Beverly Adele Pariser 
Richard Thomas Pencek 
Charlotte Ann 

Pennefeather 
Robert Remsen Perkins 
Gary Wayne Pfeufer 
Edward Garbett Pickett, 

Jr. 
Marilyn Potash 
Susan Gail Pristoop 
Jane deWeese Puckett 
Carl E. Rabovsky 
David M. Reaume 
Mary J. Rehmer 
June Robson Reinking 
Eleanor Harllee Ritchie 
Philip Dana Robinson 
Earl J. Ross 
Linda Marie Schaefer 
Jerry Lee Schreiber 
Joseph B. Schreiner 
Philip John Schroeder 
Irene Helene Schwartz 
Hassan Ah Seirafi 
Gloria Thelma Springer 
Marsha Harriet Stabler 
Richard J. Stanton 
Sherry-Lynne Stargel 
Beth Ann St. Clair 
Norman Crawford Steele 
Cathy Lynn Stoolman 
Robert Sander Strickland 
Susan Rae Stringer 
Yvonne Graham Trout 
David C. Wallace 
Nancy Alice Weaver 
Rosemary Louise Weber 
Jill LesUe Weiss 
David Werchen 
Glendon Warren Wetzel, 

Jr. 
Sherry Anne Whipp 
Kathryn Joan Wiener 
Judy M. Wilhelmensen 
Shirley A. Wilson 
Cornelia Johanna 

Witkop 
William Dewey Wood 
Ruth Ann Woodward 
Lilian Shiao-Yen Wu 



MORTAR 
BOARD 



Mortar Board, national honorary for senior women, 
exists for the purpose of recognizing co-eds excelling in 
scholarship, leadership, character, and participation in 
campus activities. 

The University chapter sponsors scholarships for out- 
standing senior women through profits gained at is Annual 
Homecoming Mum Sale. 




PAULA 
BELDOCK 



BARBARA 
DUBNOFF 



MYRNA 
LIPPMAN 



SUSAN 
BOND 



SUE 
GLACKIN 




JEAN 
MESSER 



KATHY 
COONEY 



HOLLACE 
GOLDBERG 



PAM 
RANDOLPH 



TINA 
CUNNINGHAM 




SUE C. 
HUDSON 




CONNIE 
WRIGHT 



THOSE NOT PICTURED: Helen E. Clarke (hon. member), Ina Hackerman, Ellen Kaplan, Beth St. Clair, Susan 
Stringer, Linda Van Crack. ADVISORS: Dr. Trudy Hamby, Dr. Denzell S. Smith, Dr. Cayle S. Smith 



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OMICRON 

DELTA 

KAPPA 



Omicron Delta Kappa, national men's leadership hon- 
orary, exists to salute outstanding junior and senior students 
for high scholarship and their service in campus activities. 
Candidates must be junior or senior male students who 
have maintained at least a 2.8 overall throughout college. 




STEWART 
BLOCK 



RODNEY 
HARRILL 



WAYNE 
PAWLOWSKI 




WILLIAM 
BETTS 






PAUL A. 
BUCKLEY, JR. 



JEROME M. 
CEPPOS 



DORIAN A. 
DE MAIO 



ROBERT 
FINE 




SAM 
KAPLAN 



HOWARD 
METRO 



ALAN 
NATHAN 



RICHARD 
PARITZKY 




JOHN 
PREVAR 



CARROLL 
SHMITT 



BARRY 
SPRINGER 



JOHN R. 
WARFIELD 



THOSE NOT PICTURED: Randall Bell, James Hill, Ben Nomis, Ron Hoflfman. 



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WHO'S WHO 
AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND 

UNIVERSITIES 



Leadership, scholarship, co-operation in educational and extra- 
curricular activities, citizenship and future promise are key 
words in the selection of candidates for Who's Who Among 
Students in American Colleges and Universities. 

To be chosen for this honor a student is first recommended by 
the university and is then voted on by the national organization. 




^Mm 





TOM 
AARON 



JOHN 
AMOSS 



JOHN 
BARRON 



PAULA 
BELDOCK 



MARY JO 
BENEKE 




TRISHA 
DEMING 



BARBARA 
DUBNOFF 



ELAINE 
EWING 



JESS 
FERRILL 



BOB 
FINE 



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^}Lm 




SUE 
GLACKIN 



EARL 
GROVE 



BETSY 
HARPER 



JOE 
HARRINGTON 



TOM 



HENDRICKSON 




CHARLES 
KNIGHT, JR. 



HOWARD 
METRO 



JEAN 
MESSER 



CHERYL 
MONTGOMERY 



SUE 
MOSSBURG 




JAN 
ORBAN 



RICHARD 
PARITSKY 



WAYNE 
PAWLOWSKI 



PAMELA 
RANDOLPH 



BARRY 
SPRINGER 




Not Pictured: 
TOM DOVE JAY MCMILLEN 

INA HACKERMAN BETH ST. CLAIR 

FRANCIS HOFFMAN LINDA VAN CRACK 




LISA 
TAYLOR 



JIM 
CLEMENTS 



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Left to Right: R. Sleeman, R. Spellman, J. Sadowsld, W. White, J. Tobin, R. Jung, W. Bott, treas.; D. Eilers, G. Sohn, 
V. pres.; P. Hong, P. Frallic, pres. 



ALPHA CHI SIGMA 



Chemistry 



ALPHA DELTA SIGMA 



Advertising & Marketing 



Seated: C. Stolte, R. Smith, sec; R. Wood, P. Gilniore, W. Lauth, pres.; D. Appier, v. pres.; P. Wallace, R. Selfert, J. Baker, treas.; M. Tomic, 
social chmn. Standing: J- Baker, advisor; C. Knight, S. Schloss, C. Holland, W. Wenger, R. Ciceone, J. Bohn, V. Ash, W. Stanto, B. Borzymowski, 
R. Bezanson, A. Parks, B. Bundle, W. Fletcher, J. Ryans, advisor. 








Left to Right: L. Thompson, K. Vandermause, treas.; M. Jager, v. pres.; B. Whipp, pres.; K. Posey, sec; S. Pitts. 

ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA Freshman Women 



ALPHA PHI OMEGA 



Men's Service 



Kneeling: D. Wetzel, R. Melintz, J. Gorman, P. Eberhart, S. Harris, S. Klein, S. Pettit, J. Harrington, advisor. Sitting: P. Mendelsohn, J. Daugherty, 
W. Speizman, J. Horstkamp, 2nd v. pres.; R. Strand, pres.; D. Gurtz, 1st v. pres.; J. Rosenbloom, treas.; G. Sussman, corr. sec.; P. Clemens, rec. 
sec. Standing: R. Helstowski, E. Huang, T. Keener, B. Gundersen, M. Pearlman, N. Simpson, R. Wolfman, G. Dirscherl, G. Silver, sweetheart; W. 
Busse, D. Murray, C. Sussman, R. Waldron, H. Meyers, G. Rampacek, W. Weisburger, E. Winston, R. Wachtler, I. Lemer. 




ALPHA ZETA 



Agriculture 




Front Row: J. Solie, sec; J. Robison, v. pres.; E. Grove, pres. Second Row: T. Sidor, R. Wampler, 
W. Ray, R. Williamson. Third Row: G. Phillips, J. Dodson, R. Bewley, J. Roswell, L. Meeks. 



BETA ALPHA PSI 



Accounting 



Kneeling: R. Holmes, G. Bulmash, A. Goto. Sitting: C. Rabovsky, J. Green, C. StaiiflFer, v. pres.; R. Pencek, pres.; M. Lavine, sec; 
D. Gurtl treas.; R. Koghler. Standing: Z. Blackburn, W. Samet, S. Book, J. Benjamin, M. Levine. 



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Kneeling: A. Flewelling, R. Rodgers, W. Bauer, K. Moore, R. Cronshey. Standing: ]. Beck, D. Weatherby, L. Gassman, 
V. pres.; B. Orvedal, R. Harrill, pres.; M. Blendy, treas.; R. Taylor, sec; R. PlanJc, M. Saville. 



CHI EPSILON 



Civil Engineering 



DELTA NU ALPHA 



Transportation 



Front Row: R. Nelson, social chmn.; P. Phelps, v. pres.; D. Mathews, pres.; R. Price, v. pres.; P. Hoey, treas. Second Row: T. Hui, R. Lyons, E. Dill, 
J. Lyons, D. Cregger, R. Mack, R. Pfaff, R. Alt, F. Sarro, W. Longenecker. Third Row: E. Rahil, K. Raynor, J. Noe, S. Pigg, R. Dawson, H. Gold, L. 
Davis, f'. Shelton, J. Sundergill, G. Wiebking, R. Liston, Dr. Hille. Fourth Row: Dr. Spychalski, Dr. Taff, M. Yourtee, E. Stampar, L. Feltar, J. Kup- 
stas, D. Lyons, K. Briers, F. Comerford, A. MacDonal, H. Bloom, J. King, S. Johnson, Dr. Suelflow, J. Orindorff. 




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Front Row: S. Book, M. Ayars, S. 
Bender, I. Kaufman, T. Schmitz. Sec- 
ond Row: R. Osborn, R. Posner, B. 
Fisher, M. XUlas, R. Hertz. Third Row: 
A. Herson, C. Barnes, P. Braun, G. 
Henley, B. Taylor. Fourth Row: D. 
Chadbourn, R. Boley, J. Sheintal, S. 
Zweig, J. Politzer. 




DELTA SIGMA PI 



Business 



DIADEM 



Junior Women 



Left to Right: D. Casel, L. Myerberg, R. Miller, C. Meier, L. Foer, J. Edwards, v. pres.; D. Light, treas.; L. Lawson, pres.; M. Litwin, 
sec; K. Hansen, K. Burke, L. VanScoy, J. Pelecanos. 




'%t % 



Front Row: R. Pierce, J. Moskaitis, T. Consroe, W. Hermach, treas.; J. Golt, rec. sec; R. Epstein, pres.; P. Smith, S. Lentz, v. pres.; 
S. Tretter, faculty advisor. Second Row: R. Billings, F. Markle, R. Glass, N. Rxerse, C. McCoy, S. Durkin, W. Headridge, J. Geary, 
J. Wible, J. Amoss, K. Betaharon. Third Row: R. Antony, C. Amrhine, M. Wilbur, E. Lee, B. Springer, D. Shanks, R. Stanton, 
E. Fromm, N. Farmer, J. Lawrence, B. Fairbrother, T. Ambrose, A. Tini, G. Boxer. 



ETA KAPPA NU 



Electrical Engineering 



GAMMA SIGMA SIGMA 



Women's Service 



Front Row: N. Rosenfelder, v. pres.; C. Mancusi, treas.; C. Medeiros, pres.; R. Peterman, sec.; M. Shayne, sec. Second Row: J. Abel, 
S. Eisenstadt, A. Selby, D. Hardesty, A. Levine, T. Katz, L. Dolinger. Third Row: C. Glantz, L Kipnis, G. May, L. Abdow, J. Herbert, 
C. Frase, K. Menichelli, L. Silvester, M. Lowney, S. Brill, P. Lowenstein, M. Beckman, M. Klein, L. Pearl. Fourth Row: J. Kaplan, L. 
Bernstein, M. Traber, S. Harans, A. Fasinipaur, M. Benedykcinski, D. Pollock, B. Ronald, L. Norris, E. Lohr, H. Babkoff, K. Donovan, 
J. Lewis, P. Settino, K. Argy, L. Weitzman, V. SooHoo, S. Munday, G. Spring, M. Ordman, M. Mirman, H. Plovsky. 

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GAMMA 

THETA 

UPSILON 



Geography 




Front Row: T. Rabenhorst, pres.; K. Paduda, v. pres.; P. Jachowski, treas.; L. Hart. Second Row: 
E. Kane, sec; J. Lee, J. Grimes, P. Mallary, S. Dibbern, T. Brown, T. Pearce. 



KAPPA DELTA PI 



Education 



Left to Right: Front Row: J. Henn, S. Smith, E. Barney, B. Norkin, S. Ives, F. Hoffmann, P. Peridier, J. Hepler, J. Rada, M. Slonim, 
C. Curtis, M. Weissman. Second Row: L. VanGrack, pres.; R. Schultz, sec; D. Light, v. pres.; J. Eisenberg, treas. 





KAPPA 
KAPPA 
PSI 



Bands 



Front Row: A. Witkin, pres.; C. RadclifF, sec; D. Crowley, G. Sears, v. pres.; R. Smith, 
treas. Second Row: D. Rencher, C. Davis, A. Weinstein, T. Burton. Third Row: D. Fritz, 
J. Turner, C. Fornian, D. Strebe, B. Herzberger. Fourth Row: L. Hart, G. Kipper, J. Solie, 
M. McCullen. 




Left to Right: W. Noall-advisor, R. Sellers, B. Ifshin-pres., J. Zaciewski, L. Winterhng, 
D. Luther. Not present: M. Avram, W. Lewis, A. Oberg. 

Right to Left: H. Okun, J. Lurie, treas.; S. Langfeld, v. pres.; P. Buhlig, advisor; W. 
Hackett, pres.; C. Marquardt, v. pres. 




KAPPA 

TAU 

ALPHA 

Journalism 



JOHN 

MARSHALL 

SOCIETY 

Law 



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Front Row: G. Bumham, pres.; L. Flaningam, sec. Second Row: M. Madach, L. Blum, M. Pearson, L. Ross, v. 
pres.; C. Futoran. 

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE PLAYERS 



NATIONAL RESIDENCE HALL 

Left to Right: S. Glackin, K. Borofka, sec; D. Eisler, v. pres.; C. Kelly, pres.; K. Robertson, M. Holzapfel, S. Stringer, T. Courchen. 



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OMICRON 

DELTA 

EPSILON 

Economics 



Front row: L. Kaufman, pres.; J. Benus, v. pres.; S. Levin, sec; 
D. Beightol, P. Streckfus, K. Franken, M. Pelczar. Second row: 
L. Rudd, J. Bickley, S. Malchodi, M. Romeres. 



OMICRON NU 



Home Economics 



Seated: R. Walter, M. Sippel, treas., S. Bond, J. Siegel, L. Bell, K. Clearfield, pres.; C. SmuUen. Stand- 
ing; S. Whipp, V. pres.; M. Hull. 




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Left to Right: D. Saylor, G. Kuntz, P. Peridier, J. Henn, v. pres.; F. Hoffmann, pres.; M. Sneider, sec.-treas.; G. Reams. G. Martin. 

PHI ALPHA EPSILON Physical Education 



PHI CHI THETA 



Women's Business 



Left to Right: Front Row: J. Prouty, R. Timmons, N. Cooper, S. Nickel, E. Karr. Second Row: D. Shields, L. Tyrie, L. Javier, v. pres.; R. 
Luchetti, pres.; M. Hazard, sec; A. Henderson, hist.; E. Momingstar. Third Row: L. Hertzlich, P. Frechette, C. Kemp, K. Casey, J. Tinney, 
R. Willing, L. Harney, S. Dietle. 





PHI 

ETA 

SIGMA 



Freshman Men 



Front Row: A. Vinitsky, treas.; B. Hackett, sr. adv.; J. Prevar, 
pres.; M. Eddy, v. pres. Second Row: H. Farrar, M. Shirazi, 
S. Metzner, R. Marks. Third Row: A. Kirchner, S. Vogel, M. 
Leavey, P. Boyd. Fourt Row: F. Gatchell. Not Pictured: A. 
Armstrong, R. ArsenofF, sec; W. Basen, T. Basham, H. Byrd, 
C. Cooper, R. Creager, R. Dennery, S. Engel, R. Fullen, H. 
Huie, J, Jones, C. Killin, A. Kirschbaum, J. Layton, L. Leh- 
mann, T. Libershal, I. Luria, J. Mason, B. Miller, M. Policy, 
M. Potter, J. Pratt, L. Rosenthal, T. Saffos, E. Shefrin, L. 
Silber, S. Swierdsiol, J. Tackett, hist.; S. Wolf, H. Wooten, 
J. Zufall, E. Drawbaugh, S. Legum, R. Muirhead, W. Weis- 
burger, A. Salwin, S. Brody, M. Pascal. 



PHI MU ALPHA 



Music 



Seated: C. Moore, pres. Standing R. Berlin, treas.; P. Rosenheim, B. Rigler, sec; R. Cobb, G. Kipper, A. Witkin, 
A. Avery, J. Worsley, v. pres. 




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Standing are Professor John Carruthers and assistants in a glass blowing demonstration for the Phi Sigma Society. Officers: L. McAtee, pres.; 
R. Meyer, v. pres.; W. Hock, treas.; B. McHugh, sec. 



PHI SIGMA SOCIETY 



Biological Sciences 



PI DELTA EPSILON 



Communications 



Left to Right; Front Row: L. Werner, R. Wishart, D. George, M. Brill, I. Allen, G. Broadbeck. Back Row: C. Knight, C. Holstein, L. Taylor, 
S. Parks, J. Fellows, J. Ceppos. 



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Left to right: D. Roselle, B. Centofanti, R. Shaller, S. Stiefel, A. Bernstein, sec-treas.; E. Feinglass, pres.; M. Hill, R. Pass. 

PI MU EPSILON Math 



PI TAU SIGMA 



Mechanical Engineering 



Seated; S. Edwards, R. Bucklin, S. Markle, C. Hayleck, advisor; A. Prebula, pres.; D. I>rackley, treas.; J. DeOms, corr. sec.; C. 
Frohlich, v. pres.; F. Hall. Standing: L. Mejia, D. Walker, R. Milstead, D. Chwinit, W. Betts, W, Bohli, J. Isolafo, J. Mayo. 




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Left to Right: Sitting: B. Wolkstein, H. Okun— pres., T. Dorsey. Standing: M. Miller, J. Molino, J. Weiss— v. pres., B. Fretz— advisor, J. Lurie, 
R. Sacks, D. Walsh, J. Bechtel, H. Hasford, S. Shere— sec, S. Milner— treas. 



PSI CHI 



Psychology 



SIGMA ALPHA IOTA 



Music 



Seated: R. Searless, pres.; C. Balthrop, C. Carmack, S. Reid, P. Bing, P. MuUins, L. Kitziniller, v. pres. Standing: K. Kersey, E. George, 
social chmn.; B. Braunstein, C. Keys, M. Korth, rec. sec; C. Estes, corr. sec; P. Marvin, E. Jurgela, K. Duck, treas.; M. Ensminger. 





SIGMA 

ALPHA 

OMICRON 



Microbiology 



Front Row: N. Kirchner, pres.; M. O'Bryen, sec; M. KamorofF, 
treas. Second Row: L. Levy, S. Myers. Third Row: S. Stringer, 
J. Gawthrop, M. Thomassen. Back Row: J. Sanford, J. Shedlock, 
G. Bari, S. Sussan. 



SIGMA GAMMA TAU 



Aerospace 



Left to Right: M. Gamek, D. Hewitt, R. Wilson, N. Clerman, sec; B. Brownstein, treas.; R. Ames, J. Robinson, T. Michalek, 
W. Melnik, advisor. 




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SIGMA 

TAU 

EPSILON 



Women's Recreation 




Kneeling: J. Hean, pres.; E. Kesler, advisor; L. Gehlert, v. pres. Standing: P. Fuller, J. Hildebrand, 
M. Sneider, N. Diachenko, M. Sourwine, J. Wilson, K. Regan. 



TAU BETA PI 



Engineering 



Front Row; W. Hermach, J. Amoss, G. Alexander, T. Consroe, R. Epstein, J. Lawrence, v. pres.; N. Clerman, rec. sec; R. Milstead, pres.; R. 
Harrill, corr. sec; W. Betts, treas.; M. Palmer, S. Durkin, J. Beck, R. Pierce, R. Plank, R. Wemeth, advisor. Second Row: A. Prebula, D. Hewitt, 
D. Runaldue, R. Billings, K. Betaharon, K. Chin, E. Holtzscheiter, F. Hall, H. Epstein, 3rd v. pres.; S. Rome, 2nd v. pres.; B. Brownstein, W. 
Bohli, P. Smith, R. Bucklin, J. Geary, W. Headridge, T. Michalek, B. Mertz, B. Fairbrother, S. Markle. Back Row: C. McCoy, J. DeOms, D. 
Weatherby, N. Fanner, R. Lentz, J. Wible, W. Bauer, R. Taylor, D. Drackley, B. Springer, R. Stanton, L. Gassman, E. Lee, G. Boxer, R. Ames, 
C. Amrhine, F. Markle, R. Wilson. 




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Front row: R. Miller, J. Light, treas.; A. Stinnett, sec; C. Carmack, v. pres.; P. Bogen, pres. Second row: S. Woodside, 
L. Long, N. Scott, D. Williams, L. Savadown, J. Powers. Third row: J. Ayer, Z. Dortch, E. Yang, C. Noel, N. 
Ridgely. Fourth row: D. Zolnaski, K. Brumbaugh, J. Anderegg, M. Carr. 



TAU BETA SIGMA 



Women's Music 



Front row: M. Brill, S. Haley, pres.; B. Sugar. Second row: S. Keyser, sec.; J. 
Clements, v. pres.; W. Fuge, C. Knight. Third row: C. Ferguson, B. Hinkel, 
J. Zihlman, P. Gerber, advisor. 




TAU 

MU 
EPSILON 



Public Relations 



ill 



Excellence 



in 



Teaching 



Marvin A. Breslow, Ph.D., assistant professor, Depart- 
ment of History, commended for engaging the interest and 
enthusiasm of his students and enabling many of them 
to earn fellowships for study at excellent graduate schools. 




"He brings to his teaching a broad and rigorous training 
in history, a deep understanding of the relevence of history 
to human values, and an active participation in the creative 
research." 



Marvin A. Breslow 

HISTORY 



"... he enables the student to see and understand 
the great universaUty and beauty of the basic concepts 
and structure of physics." 



Alexander J. Dragt 

PHYSICS 



Alexander J. Dragt, Ph.D, assistant professor. Depart- 
ment of Physics, cited for lucid and masterful lectures, 
as well as inspirational guidance of students, in what is 
genprally acknowledged as the most difficult undergraduate 
course in the physics curriculum. 



112 





George J. Funaro, Ph.D., as- 
sistant professor, Department of 
Secondary Education, recom- 
mended for outstanding teach- 
ing and providing leadership in 
developing team-teaching ap- 
proaches for the methods course 
for English education majors. 

"His enthusiasm and energy 
make his classes come alive and 
sparkle with the exchange of 
ideas." 



"He is a master teacher, and 
one who has inspired the high- 
est degree of performance." 




George J. Funaro 

SECONDARY EDUCATION 



Karl E. Gettle 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 



Stanley J. Hllle 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



Stanley J. Hille, Ph.D., assistant 
professor. Department of Business 
Administration, commended as a 
classroom experimenter and innova- 
tor and outstanding faculty advisor 
to two student professional organi- 
zations. 




Karl E. Gettle, M.A., instruc- 
tor. Department of Industrial 
Education, cited for his contri- 
butions to and application of con- 
temporary methodology to In- 
dustrial Arts and his oflE-campus 
activities as consultant to busi- 
ness and school systems, con- 
ducting workshops and assisting 
local schools with teacher re- 
cruiting. 



". . . an experimenter and innovator 
who supplements traditional text assign- 
ments with business stimulations, case 
studies, field trips, and the results of 
independent research." 



113 




Charles B. Leonard, Jr., Ph.D., 
assistant professor, Department 
of Biochemistry, College of Den- 
tistry (Baltimore), chosen as the 
Lindback Foundation awardee of 
the group and especially cited 
for developing and monitoring a 
program in biochemistry at the 
Walter Reed Army Institute, 
tailored for the special needs of 
nursing students at the univer- 
sity's School of Nursing. 

"His effort is directed toward 
the total maturation of students 
so that they may perform in an 
effective manner." 



"Her imderstanding, sympa- 
thetic approach to students is a 
manifestation of her dedication 
and innate love for the educating 
process." 




Charles B. Leonard 

DENTISTRY 



Jane H. Potter 

ZOOLOGY 



John W. Snow, Ph.D., assistant 
professor. Department of Economics, 
cited as a dynamic, imaginative and 
effective teacher who has sparked 
the interest of many students to 
further pursue their studies. 



114 



John W. Snow 

ECONOMICS 



Jane H. Potter, Ph.D., assistant 
professor, Department of Zoology, 
commended for her scientific know- 
ledge and organizational abilities 
which have resulted in academically 
improved courses and computerized 
grading of examinations. 




". . . has been able to transmit 
the fruits of his unusual training 
and research with both clarity 
and effectiveness to his students 
at all levels." 



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Samuel L. Varnedoe 

PHILOSOPHY 



Samuel L. Varnedoe, Jr., Ph.D., as- 
sistant professor. Department of Philoso- 
phy, commended for success in elicting 
student participation while keeping speci- 
fic learning objectives in mind. 



"He sees his students as individuals, 
each of whom deserves to be helped to 
discover in himself the desire and the 
power to come grips with fundamental 
questions." 



Gayle E. Wilson 

ENGLISH 




Gayle E. Wilson, Ph.D., assistant pro- 
fessor, Department of English, recom- 
mended for his keen interest in his stu- 
dents and his conscientious unification of 
the extensive materials taught in his course. 



"He shows that he is an excellent 
teacher by his ability to commimicate 
his learning and enthusiasm to his stu- 
dents . . ." 



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WILSON H. ELKINS: 



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. . . the president. 




"The purpose of a university is to perform at a high 
level in all of its endeavors and to elevate the individual 
and society." 




119 



ADMINISTRATORS 



The goal of the administrators of our university is of a dual nature: on the one hand, there is the desire to 
minimize tuition in order to provide greater opportunity for those pursuing higher education, while in the same 
breath, there is a constant effort to attain increased academic standards, so that a position of educational leadership 
may be achieved. 

In addition, the administrators have become increasingly aware of the growing concern of students with regard 
to administrative affairs. In the words of Dr. Elkins, "This is a movement which deserves the most thoughtful con- 
sideration of the students, faculty, and administration." 

It is his feeling, along with other administrators, that more participation on the part of the student body in 
administrative affairs is feasible, "if there is a feeling of mutual respect between the two." 



Dr. Walter B. Waetjen 

Vice President for 
Administrative Affairs 




120 




Dr. Albin O. Kuhn 

Chancellor of the 
Baltimore Campus 



Dr. R. Lee Hornbake 

Vice President for 
Academic Affairs 




121 




Dr. Frank L. Bentz, Jr. 

Vice President for 
Agricultural Affairs 






Edmund C. Mester 

Assistant to the 
President 




122 




Dr. Mictiael J. Pelczar, Jr. 

Vice President for 

Graduate Studies and Researcli 




Robert A. Beach, Jr. 

Assistant to the President 
for University Relations 



123 



Francis A. Gray 

Administrative Dean 
for the Office of the 
Executive Dean 




Roscoe E. Dann, Jr. 
Assistant to the Dean 



124 





Dr. Helen Clarke 

Associate Dean of Students 




Dr. Thomas Magoon 

Associate Dean of Special 
Student Services and 
Director of the Counseling 
Center 




125 




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Bruce Ritter 

Director, 
Placement and 
Credentials 



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Dr. Darrell Rishel 

Director, 
Judicial Office 



126 





Dr. Palmer Hopkins 

Director of Student Aid 




Dr. Furraan A. Bridgers 

Director, 

International Education 



127 




Ralph R. Swlnford 
Director, Student Activities 



Jeanne Cherbeneau 

Assistant Director, 
Student Activities: 
Social Director & 
Sorority Advisor 



128 





Leslie Moore 

Assistant Director, 
Student Activities: 
Advisor, AWS and 
Community Services 
Coordinator 



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James D. Tschechtelin 

Assistant Director, Student 
Activities: Orientation 
Director, Residence Halls 
Program Coordinator 





Neil Sanders 

Assistant Director, Student 
Activities: Fraternity Advisor 




Marian Johnson 

Assistant Director of Student 

Activities 

Advisor to Interest Groups 



130 




Dr. Macon H. Capelle 

Director, 
Office of 
Intermediate 
Registration 




Alfred Miller 

Cultural Coordinator 
Department of Student Activities 



131 




William Hoff 



Director, Student Union 



Doyle Royal 

Associate Director 
of Housing 



132 





Margaret Lloyd 

Director, Campus Housing 



Dr. Lester M. Dyke 

Director, Health Services 



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THE 
GOVERNOR 



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Spiro T. Agnew 

GOVERNOR OF MARYLAND 



Executive Department 

Annapolis. Martland ai404 







As members of the 1968 University of Maryland 
graduating class you will face many challenges as you play 
vital roles in charting the future of our State and Nation. 

This University , under the direction of President 
Wilson H. Elkins, and dedicated members of the faculty, has 
provided you the opportunity to receive an education of the highest 
caliber. It is my hope that you will utilize this education with the 
same spirit of dedication in meeting the difficult and complex 
problems that lie ahead of us. 

Congratulations and best wishes for the future. 
Sincerely , 



P\ 



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Left to Right: W. C. Walsh, R. W. Case, L. L. Kaplan, H. A. Boswell, B. H. Brown, C. P. McCormick, Dr. W. H. Elkins, E. F. 
Holter, H. H. Nuttlc, T. B. Symons, Mrs. G. D. Morgan, W. B. Long. 

BOARD OF REGENTS 



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ALUMNI 





Theater Party 



Homecoming 



136 




Ray Williams awards John Smith, 
Chairman of the Board of Seaboard 
Coastline Railroad, the Third Annual 
National Distinguished Alumnus Award 
at the Homecoming '67 Luncheon. 




137 




Col. J. Logan Schutz 



Director, Alumni Affairs 




138 







Promoting the interest and welfare of the University 
of Maryland is of primary concern to the Alumni Asso- 
ciation. Its objective is to serve as a pipeline between the 
University, the undergraduates, the alumni and the citi- 
zens of Maryland. 

Although established in 1892, it wasn't until 1948 that 
the organization saw its present form. It is directed by 
an Alumni Council composed of three representatives 
from each chapter, an "M" Club representative, a repre- 
sentative from each geographical area and past-presidents 
of the Council. 

Besides Homecoming and Spring Reunion, the group 
sponsors numerous speaker-dinners, and awards scholar- 
ships on behalf of the various clubs. 



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COMMUTERS 



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Commuting . . . used as a label by some 



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experienced daily by others . . 





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Left to Right: T. Dove, pres.; M. Hall, executive vice pres.; J. Prouty, sec; R. Pearson, treas.; L. Silvester, S. Ga- 
licki, R. Cook, J. Perlman, N. Mullinix, N. LeCocq, D. Fisher, B. Murphy, B. Downs, M. Henig. 



UCA 



. an understatement. . 
performed by 19,000 
who form an integral 
part of the campus 
community . . . 




146 






yet share experiences 
uniquely their own. 






The usual . . . unpredictable . . . intellectual 
. . . inane ... a way of life. 



inclement 



148 





Commuters . . . transgressing the inimical 
. . . for the salte of education. 





DENCES 




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Dorm meetings . . . Hey, let's have a party ... We 
don't have any money . . . "Call the meeting to order and 
let's get this over with" . . . Where's Cooper?" ... I think 
he's stuck in the elevator .... 





Playing the domestic role . . . learning how to 
live on your own . . . and survive .... 



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A do-it-yourself haircut . . . 
after all, what's a roommate 
for . . .? 




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A place to relax . . . after dinner, soccer in the 
hall ... an enterprising game of monopoly . . . mid- 
night bull sessions . . . firecrackers at 1 a.m 

The cry goes up . . . "Let's take a study break" 
, . . tune in the tube . . . break out the cards . . . 
grab a coke and candy bar . . . pull up a chair . . . 
there's room for everybody .... 














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A place to eat . . . to 
mingle ... to talk . . . 
to watch girls . . . and 
there's no cover charge 

WTiere else can you en- 
joy red and green raisins 
. . . comish hens once a 
month . . . and genuine 
red-hot pizza burgers 



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A lot of walking . . . big campus . . . 
but you make compensations . . . after 
all, it's a long haul to Denton .... 





A place to study . . . there's always someone 
to study with . . . share information . . . help 
out . . . I'll trade you my old Math 10 hourlies 
for your Soc. 1 Monarch . . . and the all-nighters 





It's cooperative living in the truest sense . . . shar- 
ing . . . What's mine is yours, what's yours is mine, 
too . . . even the scales . . . Now, divide by two .... 



Out after eight? . . . late leave? . . . overnight? 
. . . weekend? . . . card key? . . . Sign Out! . . . name 
. . . destination . . with whom. . . how . . . time leav- 
ing . . . expected return . . . return . . . initials . . . 
"Dear Mom, it's just like home here . . . ." 




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1. J. O'Day, 2. S. Eaton, 3. A. Morningstar, 4. D. Miller, 5. J. Beck, 
6. E. Frey, 7. Ron Bolt, 8. D. Bowman, 9. A. Brown, 10. K. Robert- 
son, 11. J. Barron, 12. S. Balco, 13. R. Few, 14. G. Ardalino, 15. B. 
Zimmerman, 16. S. Book, 17. S. Hough, 18. G. Becek, 19. W. 
Brown, 20. M. Jackson, 21. K. Pallante, 22. G. Buschman, 23. M. 
Greasley, 24. C. Bless, 25. D. Insley. 



ALLEGANEY 



160 





1. D. Jarboe, 2. N. Siekierka, 3. P. Farrell - G. A., 4. M. Jacobs, 5. R. FlagRs, 6. D. Appier, 7. J. Odhner, 8. T. 
Palmer, 9. R. Rippeon, 10. V. Peciulis, 11. J. Grimes, 12. |. McCauley, 13. L. Silverstein, 14. W. McTiirnal, 
15. R. Obrvcki, 16. D. Jackson, 17. D. Lanier, 18. M. Abrams, 19. T. Bader, 20. B. Iseminger, 21. B. Hoeflich, 
22. H. Dahlen, 23. J. Edwards, 24. C. May, 25. J. Thompson, 26. S. Berlew, 27. M. Ports. 





1. J. Kerr, 2. N. Rogers, 3. I. Kaufman, 4. D. Little, 5. W. Pritchard, 6. H. 
Garrana, 7. R. Wyett, 8. R. Izac, 9. D. Hampt, 10. J. Oliver, 11. B. Beall, 12. 
S. Zeffert, 13. C. Fink, 14. G. Gammon, 15. M. Jacobson, 16. S. Ryder, 17. W. 
Vayne, 18. R. Neiswender, 19. R. Dubicki, 20. D. Edwards, 21. A. Pflugrad, 
22 T. Brooks, 23. W. James, 24. E. Kowalewski, 25. J. Pavlosky, 26. G. Parvis, 
27 D Yelton, 28. W. Hodges, 29. R. Knowles, 30. N. Timney, 31. Gliff Bowman, 
32. D Wolfe 33. S. Brutscher, 34. M. Tabisz, 35. J. Borkosky, 36. R. Kiddy, 
37. F. Palumbo, 38. W. Gardner, 39. R, Kadlubowski, 40. D. Lambert, 41. B. 
Brewer, 42. R. Neff, 43. E. Abramson, 44. R. Garner, 45. B. McCabe, 46. E. 
Rubinstein, 47. R. Pevey, 48, F. Hamilton, 49. J. Black, 50. S. St. John, 51. J. 
Pedroline 52. J. Gamer, 53. L. Tracy, 54. D. Friedman, 55. D. Stone, 56. W. 
Vanik, 57. H. Morris, 58. R. Kanyuck, 59. G. Quinter. 






1. J. Hankin, 2. B. Coble, 3. A. Dinniman - G. B., 4. S. Vogelhut - Sec, 5. H. 
Klein - Pres., 6. S. Amemick - Treas., 7. W. Douglas - V. Pres., 8. M. Kalogris, 
9. T. Horn, 10. S. Rosen, 11. P. Bradt, 12. D. Davidson, 13. R. Ratcliffe, 14. 
J. Zerdy, 15. P. Dekowzan, 16. J. Marker, 17. W. Barnard, 18. A. Leibowitz, 
19. F. Silber, 20. M. Conway, 21. G. Coggins, 22. D. Blankenship 23. G. 
Belsinger, 24. A. Fritts, 25. B. Harvey, 26. B. Wondersek, 27. G. Tand, 28. D. 
Vanmiddlesworth, 29. P. Sklar, 30. E. Langbehn, 31. M. Gromet, 32. B. Taran- 
tino, 33. R. Golkow, 34. H. Wolpert, 35. D. Brogan, 36. K. Malkus, 37. D. 
Biddison, 38. J. Parkany, 39. M. Ruback, 40. J. Paulson, 41. J. Andrews, 
42. D. Aldridge, 43. J. Pomerantz, 44. B. Barker, 45. C. Weinberg, 46. J. Sierco, 
47. R. Hirzel, 48. J. Batzler, 49. F. Hallican, 50. A. Baker, 51. D. Lane, 52. I. 
Faro, 53. A. Kaplan, 54. G. Dahl, 55. J. Eliassen. 



ANNAPOLIS 



ANTIETAM 



162 





1. T. Pierce - Sec, 2. G. Maxwell - V. Pres., 3. S. Stringer - 
Pres., 4. H. Kresan — Treas., 5. J. Flayhart — Soc. Chmn., 
6. J. Horwitz, 7. M. Gordon, 8. H. Funk, 9. M. Hormatz, 
10. C. Holeves, 11. M. Shane, 12. S. Einbinder, 13. J. Salladin, 
14. N. Weibold, 15. A. Levine, 16. M. Woorman, 17. M. Brill, 
18. E. Floyd, 19. B. Simmons, 20. P. Karlinsky, 21. S. Webster, 
22. P. Lohsen, 23. D. Rosen, 24. B. Lowenstein, 25. J. Jones, 
26. B. Allegri, 27. S. LowdermUk, 28. P. Sivert, 29. T. Pierce, 
30. A. Schwartz, 31. M. Schmidt, 32. J. Simonik, 33. E. Pepper, 
34. J. Morrow, 35. K. Gable, 36. C. Leshevsky, 37. P. laconan- 
gelo, 38. C. A. Jackson, 39. A. Ciazzo, 40. C. Pszwaro, 41. A. 
Baege, 42. L. Abel, 43. R. Jaskowitz, 44. J. Wade, 45. B. Dal- 
fonzo, 46. J. Barber, 47. C. Hobelman, 48. M. Hogan, 49. R. 
Pfeiffer, 50. M. Collins, 51. S. Jarosinski, 52. F. Edelen, 53. 
S. Dale, 54. J. Caldwell, 55. M. Faber, 56. B. Stevens, 57. 
S. Streeter, 58. A. Caplan, 59. P. Cryer, 60. E. Grimes, 61. 
P. Courchen, 62. P. Martin, 63. G. Duncan. 




ANNE ARUNDEL 




1. G. Grobaker, 2. R. Thornton, 3. N. Stein, 4. L. Faulkner - Sec. (Ant. A.), 5. D. Yeagle 
- Pres. (Ant. A.), 6. J. Kelsey - Treas. (Ant. A.), 7. M. Bender - G. R. (Ant. B.), 8. F. 
Pisciotta - Pres. (Ant. B.-, 9. E. Kroart, 10. L. Sifel, 11. S. Barough, 12. R. Bailey - Sec. 
(Ant. B.), 13. J. Petro, 14. J. Luley - V. Pres. (Ant. A.), 15. R. WUps, 16. T. Malinry, 
17. B. Moss, 18. S. Purdom, 19. N. Salatti, 20. K. Grimm, 21. R. Stinkchcomb, 22. J. Parks, 
23. B. Reese, 24. M. Kelly, 25. F. Weaver, 26. E. Meerholz, 27. H. Buchanan, 28. D. 
Bennett, 29 N. Wildasin, 30. K. RoUins, 31. B. Malcewski, 32. A. Ashton, 33. C. Martin, 
34. R. Foy, 35. W. Musick, 36. R. Monks, 37. C. Thawley, 38. T. Burke, 39. R. Rosenfeld, 
40. P. Suarez, 41. R. Crum, 42. D. Pritzker, 43. R. Kuhn, 44. W. Pawlowski - R. A., 45. 
M. Tipperman - G. R. (Ant. A.), 46. D. Seabolt, 47. R. Schaaf. 





1. S. Marklc-Treas,, 2. R. Kiihns-V. Pres,, 3. C. Padussis-V Pres., 4. R. 
Ginnett-Pres., 5. N. Sclliur, 6. J. Pantelides-Pres., 7. J. Thcmelis-Sec, 
8. Peter Axelrod-Sec, 9. J. Volente, 10. M. Van Norden, 11. S. Levy, 12. R. 
Mor«r<t 1.3. M. Pazornick, 14 D. Erb, 15. F. Bradstreet, 16. P. Feimster, 
17. B. Canliam, 18. L. Palman, 19. G. Beloham, 20. C. We,ssel, 21. H. Okun, 
22 M. Josivski, 23. Guest, 24. T. Marker, 25. J. Kirkeino, 26 J. Lawson, 
27. D. Sanlmrn, 28. T. Todd, 29. M. Nelson, 30. J. Easter, 31. G. Abbott, 
32. G. Davis, 33. A. Gayle, 34. J. Koonte-R. A, 35 H. Klipper, 36. Guest, 
37. L. Higgins. 



BALTIMORE HALL 




BEL AIR A 



164 





1. J. Seay, 2. J. Rock, 3. M. Farmadi, 4. N. Dao, 5. L. Lawton-Treas., 6. R. Baumgardner-Sec, 7. D. Bruther-V. Pres., 8. D. 
Schneider-Pres., 9. R. Bisker, 10. B. Gralxiwski, 11. K. Aumack, 12. D. Trout, 1.3. J. Ro.s.s, 14. C. Diekmann, 15. K. Faulstich, 
16. R. Mace, 17. R. Mosbcrg, 18. R. Dietrich, 19. J. Campbell, 20. L. Fo.sset, 21. J. Heslin, 22. R. Gordon, 23. P. Leiss, 24. R. 
Harri.son, 25. D. Drinks, 26. D. Ander.son, 27. E. Locke. 28. R. Hennes.sy, 29. P. Vitale, 30. M. Rasinsky, 31. J. Tylec, 32. C. 
Butler, 33. B. Clark, 34. J. Guthmann, 35. J. Weiler. 



BEL AIR B 






1. p. Kowzun-F.R., 2. R. Jackson-Pres,, 3. A. Bonde-Treas., 4. D. Konick- 
Sec, 5. D. Greifinger-V. Pre.s., 6. N. Brandt, 7, A. Ha.sspert, 8. J. Dauf^herty, 
9. R. Smith, 10. J. McDermott, 11. L. Hannahon, 12. R. Zsakany, 13. E. Naw- 
rocki, 14. T. Sombatpium, 15. F. Earner, 16. A. Valentino, 17. C. Logan, 18. K. 
Jorden, 19. R. Contino, 20. R. Anyellalo, 21. D. Hube, 22. B. Wallick, 23. A. 
Martin, 24. R. Goldman, 25. S. Schick, 26. C. Kotzias, 27. R. Hall, 28. R. Mayer, 
29. L. Callus, 30. D. Newberry, 31. S. Kleczynski, 32. A. Obstbaum, 33. W. 
Cowman, 34. R. Bull, 35. T. Dixon, 36. J. Badger, 37. J. Sheldon, 38. R. Demp- 
sey, 39. D. Grabowski, 40. J. Diggs, 41. J. Goldstein, 42. E. Holdridge, 43. W. 
Newmal, 44. T. Smith. 



165 




1. M. Myres, 2. B. Levin, 3. T. Lankford, 4. J. Hall, 5. E. Timmerman, 6. F. Brower, 7, D. Mayo, 8. G. Usrey, 9. C. 
Elmer, 10, R. Lundquist, 11. J. Catchings, 12 W. Lumis, 13. R. Craft, 14. R. Gross, 15. H. Groove, 16. R. Lean, 
17. N. Ament, 18. C. Cunningham, 19. J. Dryden, 20. R. St-Dano, 21. C. Ruley, 22. R. Myres, 23. M. Bader, 24. R. 
Winter, 25. L. Friedheini, 26. P. Gilmore, 27. P. Meyer, 28. VV. Teppig, 29. J. Lathrop, 30. R. Alston, 31. E. Shel- 
lenberger, 32. E. Dutton, 33. B. Berzymowski, 34. R. Smith, .35. R. Holmes, 36. D. Kurtzer, 37. G. Hopkins, 38. J. 
Rupert, 39. W. Samit, 40. D. Mossineo, 41. R. Stead, 42. A. Weinstein. 




BELVEDERE 



CALVERT A 



166 





1. W. Jeffrey, 2. J. Romanowski, 3. R. Rountree, 4. W. Reed, 5. B. Peeples, 6. C. Strobel, 7. J. Bane, 8. M. Gelman, 
9. S. Feldman, 10. R. Sutton, 11. D. Womble-Pres., 12. D. Distad-G. R., 1.3. R. Haines, 14. B. Wolf, 15. A. El- 
Gamil-Treas., 16. T. Holloway, 17. J. Witkowski-V. Pres., 18. L. Fedner, 19. B. Stadd, 20. R. Povich. 



CALVERT B 





1 D. Bayne, 2. J. Rabovsky, 3. P. Pumphrey, 4. R. Kaestner- 
Sec, 5. G. Brinton, 6. R. Roberts, 7. D. Simkowitz-G. R., 8. G. 
Eakin-Treas., 9. E. Molesworth-Pres., 10. J. Stevenson, 11. G. 
Spicka, 12. N. Alperstein, 13. M. Malone, 14. G. Leet, 15. D. 
Eakin-V. Pres. Not Pictured G. Schoeneman, M. Marcellino, D. 
Javjock, G. Mihaly. 




167 



.>>r:-' 



>;)f^ 






M'» 



1; M ''- 


Hft' ^^'^^ 


Si^ 



:.-« i(l 



ti lU I 



^ 




1. B. Salsberg— sec, 2. C. Pieper, 3. D. Voung, 4. J. Norris, 5. E. Samuels, 6. W. Hand, 7. C. Konya— v. pres., 8. R. Ma- 
hatlcy, 9. Harry Neuman, 10. Dave Pardoe, 11. M. Addis, 12. J. Motsko-pres., 13. G. Robinson, 14. M. Motsko, 15. J. 
Bush, 16. D. Fornwald-treas., 17. M. Deist, 18. R. Wood, 19. T. LaSalle. 



CALVERT C 




CALVERT E 



CALVERT 



168 






C, D and E 



1. G. Wiebking, 2. Kassin, 3. S. Resnick, 4. D. Delap, 5. H. Casque, 6. T. 
Heston, 7. G. Strasser, 8. S. Gerber, 9. J. Snavely, 10. S. Simms, 11. B. Bryan, 
12. E. Lee, 13. R. Lawrie, 14. B. Parr, 15. R. Burgeni, 16. D. Duck, 17. J. 
Newirth, 18. R. Fracallossi, 19. P. Stanley, 20. B. Schanberger, 21. W. Vesely, 
22. R. Pass, 23. A. Feldstein. 



CALVERT D 




1. R. Topper— pres., 2. J. Vickery, 3. S. Whitman— sec, 
4. L. Tyler-v. pres., 5. R. Waltz-R. C, 6. C. Lewenz, 
7. H. Gamble, 8. H. Gallagher, 9. C. Kelly-R. A. 



169 





1. L. Gertner, 2. A. Kirschbaum, 3. M. Bamhauser, 4. N. Parr, 5. C. A. Dennis, 6. M. Evans, 7. R. Leonard, 8. L. J. 
Weyeneth, 9. R. Nuggent, 10. H. W. Hickey, 11. G. Anderson, 12. B. Campbell, 13. P. McNamara, 14, A. Pastrana, 
15. S. Newman, 16. R. Sharpe, 17. R. MannLx, 18. W. Cox, 19. G. Brown, 20. M. Goldfinger, 21. Donofrio, 22. 
J. Moore, 23. B. McLaughlin, 24. C. Laughter, 25. D. Fierce, 26. D. Ballentine, 27. B. Eders, 28. S. Koehl, 29, J. 
Eschenburg, 30. R. Dotson. 



CAMBRIDGE 



1. L. Linton, 2. C. Nogay, 3. E. Grove-V. Pres., 4. M. LeVine-Pres., 5. B. Perrygo-Sec, 6. W. Ray, 7. P. Balawag, 
8. B. Mallery, 9. B.Vielhaber, 10. M. HoUenback, 11. D. Bortz-Treas., 12. R. Silverman, 13. B. Chies, 14. D. Browne, 
15. A. Friedman, 16. L. Smith, 17. B. Hanson, 18. P. Schwaninger, 19. D. Lashmit, 20. D. Gabriel, 21. R. Cutler, 
22. M. VanHoomissen, 23. R. Miller, 24. C. Wagner, 25. M. Magyar, 26. B. Centofanti, 27. B. Avery, 28. R. E. Head. 
29. R. Stobaugh, 30. J. Boyd, 31. B. Mattes, 32. M. Peters. 







■■iti0m^ 



1. R. Ingles-Treas., 2. S. Ryan-G. R., 3. M. Swatta, 4. S. Beattie-Pres., 5. P. Urian, 6. B. Bennett, 7. D. Goff, 8. S. Wah, 9. D. Owens, 10. 
D. Cook, 11. R. Holey, 12. D. Allender, 13. W. Cunningham, 14. E. Henley, 15. W. Real], 16. Goldenburg, 17. F. Roby, 18. V. O'Day, 19. R. 
Pinkerton, 20. E. Kordula, 21, G. Stum, 22, R. Armacost, 23. G. Shultz, 24. A. Fine, 25. F. Clavelli, 26. P. Wallace, 27. J. Morales, 28. C. 
McCullough, 29. Callis, 30. N. Bareham-Vice Pres., 31. J. McCauley, 32. D. Roberts, 33. D. Morath, 34. J. Prebula-Vice Pres., 35. J. Mil- 
roy, 36. M. Mercer, 37. S. Mulligan, 38. E. Koch, 39. G. Kurtz, 40. D. Rhudy-Sec, 41. D. Ake. 





171 







CAMBRIDGE A 




1. R. Green, 2. P. Ades, 3. M. Nusbaum— treas., 4. V. 
Gamling— pres., 5. C. Downs, 6. S. Brownstein, 7. P. 
Loeser, 8. M. Herson, 9. P. Marwede, 10. R. Loebe, 11. 
J. Schreiber, 12, S. Minor, 13. W. Elkins, 14. C. Hed- 
strom, 15. M. Potter, 16. D. Marwede, 17. S. Chang, 
18. M. Rochkind, 19. A. Schmidt, 20. F. Singer, 21. S. 
Edwards, 22. A. Salwin, 23. D. Mudrick, 24. R. Castile, 
25. G. Sears-v. pres., 26. B. Brownstein, 27. M. Eddy, 
28. D. Winslow, 29. R. Wilhamson, 30. W. Sondheim, 
31. D. Wallace, 32. H. Sims-sec, 33. B. Reid, 34. J. 
Wilkinson, 35. C. Sneiderman, 36. J. Beck, 37. J. Miller, 
38. R. Lentz, 39. W. Miller, 40. J. Reinhart, 41. P. 
Schroeder, 42. J. Bragg, 43. R. Kraftel, 44. R. Wilson. 



CARROLL 



172 





CAROLINE 



1. M. Gabor, 2. S. Sager, 3. G. Murphy, 4. D. Poitras, 5. 
K. Petterson, 6. S. Jacoby, 7. S. Magdich, 8. D. Muse, 9. A. 
Peisner, 10. B. Jacobs, 11. J. Marshall, 12. M. Murray, 13. 
S. Stebbins, 14. D. Rubbin, 15. P. Germek, 16. K. Wilson, 
17. J. Lewis, 18. B. MacNeil, 19. L. Robley, 20. P. Padgett, 
21. M. Maquire, 22. R. Sacks, 23. K. Prevatte, 24. D. Baker, 
25. A. Brownstein, 26. L. Moss, 27. M. Friedman, 28. N. 
Shevchik, 29. T. Kitchens, 30. J. Dougherty, 31. N. Ridgely, 
32. J. Detbrook, 33. J. Sachs, 34. A. Visitor, 35. F. Appier, 
36. A. Finegan, 37. S. Brudno, 38. C. Sothoron, 39. S. Can- 
non, 40. M. Mercer, 41. S. East, 42. P. Vorlaufer, 43. K. 
Terrill, 44. M. Walsh, 45. D. Sakin, 46. J. Charlton, 47. L. 
Saks, 48. S. Harans. 





1. A. Carney, 2. H. Tillman, 3. B. Horowitz, 4. S. Race, 5. M. Berlin, 
6. C. Shippe, 7. S. Hamill, 8. B. Banz, 9. L. Levin, 10. F. Ling, 11. 
C. Bowen, 12. C. Branyon, 13. W. Bair, 14. N. Mcllvaine, 15. N. 
Spangler, 16. K. Towsen, 17. F. Ball, 18. M. Coopat, 19. B. Wirtz, 
20. T. Kerr, 21. E. Eisenberg, 22. M. Holder, 23. S. Young, 24. J. 
LaFleur, 25. P. White, 26. K. Kaifer, 27. R. Jacobs, 28. J. Walburgh, 
29. G. Palmer, 30. B. Hansen, 31. L. Sandler, 32. J. Jacobs, 33. N. 
Watts, 34. J. Hastings, 35. B. Miller, 36. B. Harvey, 37. M. Gallahger, 
38. K. Hansen, 39. S. Sandler, 40. P. Williams, 41. 1. Caine, 42. S. 
Ginzberg, 43. M. Baker, 44. A. Wilkens, 45. J. Bankhead, 46. K. 
Davis, 47. M. Kemerer, 48. K. Callahan, 49. P. Beatty, 50. P. Jacobs, 
51. J. Landau, 52. S. Stangil, 53. C. Staples, 54. W. Hillman, 55. R. 
Kamaroff, 56. L. Walker, 57. L. Palmer, 58. D. Aukward, 59. G. 
Kirby, 60. S. Bitter, 61. L. Patterson, 62. S. Moskovitz, 63. L. Eaton, 
64. J. Kallman, 65. D. Atchison, 66. B. Hollanbeck, 67. L. Colaguori, 
68. D. Gallia, 69. L. Jacobs, 70. T. Boaz, 71. W. Hankaff, 72. S. Wiese, 
73. D. Gibson, 74. E. Levan, 75. E. Anton, 76. N. Hall-v. pres., 77. 
G. Block, 78. L. Bell-pres., 79. M. Okum, 80. S. Goggi-treas. 81. 
S. Meade, 82. A. Palmer-sec, 83. G. Maione, 84. T. Mejia, 85. J. 
Bame, 86. E. Bell, 87. S. Danz, 88. M. Kaifer, 89. L. Alcott, 90. S. 
Patrick, 91. V. Maiorana. 






1. p. Rosenheim, 2. W. Boyse, 3. A. Brauer, 4. J. Struntz, 
5. M. Oaks, 6. W. Bholi, 7. D. Mulligan, 8. S. Wolfe, 
9. J. Molino, 10. N. Wilner, 11. Listner, 12. T. Janifer, 
13. D. Purdum, 14. R. Nicholas, 15. A. Welsh, 16. P. 
Wiedorfer, 17. M. Book, 18. R. Logue, 19. K. Sylvester, 
20. F. Sallustio, 21. S. Leslie, 22. D. Bauer, 23. G. Lani- 
gan, 24. R. Morrell, 25. R. Murphy, 26. J. Tinsley, 27. 
T. Stonton, 28. T. Edel, 29. F. Belke, 30. J. Rosenberry, 
31. C. Winslow, 32. C. Kennell, 33. R. Hall, 34. M. 
Postley, 35. J. Symons, 36. W. Marker, 37. S. Ellison, 
38. D. Fair, 39. J. McElvany, 40. W. Richards, 41. L. 
Randall, 42. M. Zimmerman, 43. C. Rondecker, 44. 
J. Smith, 45. D. Rencher, 46. L. Sigler, 47. S. Fickett, 
48. P. McClean, 49. C. Reeder, 50. J. Falstaff, 51. C. 
Koliais, 52. A. Windsor, 53. E. Jarman, 54. N. Smith, 
55. F. Leaf, 56. D. Esmond, 57. R. Kenney, 58. R. 
McAllister, 59. R. Parker, 60. H. Collins. 



CATOCTIN 



CECIL 



174 




CENTREVILLE 



1, R. Mazia, 2. J. Maddox, 3. C. Parrish, 4. J. Harkins, 5. M. 
Lange, 6. J. Johnson, 7. J. Marshall, 8. B. Sobel, 9. P. Mau, 
10. B. Keedy, 11. P. Wilson, 12. Friend, 13. J. Karlick, 14. 
M. Sheckles, 15. D. Adams, 16. S. Bartholomew, 17. S. Krise, 
18. F. Polky, 19. S. Weitz, 20. N. Wells, 21. B. Stone, 22. L. 
Sobczak, 23. J. Bobus, 24. L. Nicholson, 25. F. Caplan, 26. F. 
Davis, 27. S. Freed, 28. T. Miller, 29. M. Harris, 30. N. 
Kirchner, 31. B. Jacobs, 32. J. Cawthrop, 33. N. Kane, 34. P. 
Mullinix, 35. S. Willey, 36. J. Peck, 37. A. Maling, 38. C. 
Malesh, 39. N. Lee, 40. P. Wessman, 41. C. Saukel. 





'^"rii>i''fflii 1^, , I "i 






■^^#^4,, 



SOUTH 1-4 




1. J. Murtaugh, 2 R. Smith — treas., 3. Auten — v. pres., 

4. R. Eskov — pres., 5. K. Morgan — sec, 6. P. Conner — 
HRC, 7. R. Chais, 8. S. Spering, 9. R. Taylor - R. A., 10. 
C. Killin, 11. J. Scheeley, 12. J. Harrison, 13. E. Johnson, 
14. E. Payne, 15. E. Keller, 16. J. Densford, 17. S. Kaplin - 
G. R., 18. S. Fields, 19. R. Kennick, 20. T. McGonigle, 21. 

5. Norwitz, 22. S. Spencer, 23. S. Reese, 24. C. Sherman, 
25. J. Comfeld, 26. J. Depue, 27. R. Ashmore, 28. T. Burton, 
29. R. Scheer, 30. R. Mulkey, 31. J. Allen, 32. T. Tressler, 
33. D. Shkor, 34. J. Nowicki, 35. J. Whitelaw, 36. R. Rosier, 
37. T. Zumwalt, 38. S. Stevens, 39. J. Stasiewicz, 40. B. 
Dwyer, 41. C. Fierstein, 42. B. Johnson, 43. J. Crist, 44. S. 
Latchaw, 45. R. Farhood, 46. M. Auarez, 47. J. Garrity, 
48. S. Getz, 49. S. Fields, 50. W. Broomal, 51. R. Austin, 
52. B. Wampler, 53. H. Stinefelt. 





1. D. Gorschboth, 2. B. Bradford, 3. L. Hayncs, 4. M. Deinbeck, 5. 
J. Paper, 6. P. Thiebavid, 7. D. Finch, 8. B. Finch, 9. B. Halin, 10. 
B. Garber, 11. S. Hosford, 12. B. Chaski, 13. S. Kuwana, 14. J. Barr, 
15. J. Bennett, 16. M. Garin, 17. L. Weissman, 18. I. Kipni.s, 19. B. 
Adam.s, 20. T. Yonych, 21. D. Brooks, 22. C. Griffin, 23. A. Yutzy, 
24. N. Freaner, 25. M. Fau.sel, 26. S. Gilliam, 27. V. Svoteli.s, 28. J. 
MacCallum, 29. N. Paul, 30. E. Lemire, 31. V. Gerber, 32. B. Kreisnian, 
33. M. Robinson. 34. L. Stein, 35. B. Capone, 36. M. Koppish, 37. S. 
Kangemanole, 38. L. Chaney, 39. M. Hahn, 40. M. Jackson, 41. N. 
Ocheltree, 42. J. Barrett, 43. P. Barrett. 

NORTH 5, 6, 7, 8 



SOUTH 5, 6, 7, 8 



I. R. Mazia, 2. J. Maddox, 3. C. Darrish, 4. J. Harkins, 5. M. Lange, 6. J. Marshall, 7. J. Johnson, 8. B. Sobel, 9. P. Maul, 10. B. Keedy, 

II. P. Wilson, 12. G. Ripple, 13. J. Karlick, 14. M. Scheckels, 15. F. Adams, 16. S. Bartholomew, 17. S. Krise, 18. F. Polky, 19. S. Weitz, 
20. N. Wells, 21. B. Stone, 22, L. Sobczak, 23. J. Bobus, 24. L. Nicholson, 25. F. Caplan, 26. F. Davis, 27. S. Freed, 28. T. Miller, 29. M. 
Harris, 30. N. Kirchner, 31. B. Jacobs, 32. J. Gawthrop, 33. N. Kane, 34. P. Mullinex, 35. S. Willey, 36. J. Peck, 37. A. Maling, 38. T. Todd, 
39. N. Lee, 40. P. Wissman, 41. C. Saukel, 42. E. Miller, 43, M. Cogan, 44. P. Tidwell, 45. J. Siegel, 46. C. Leverton, 47. J. Kasamatzii, 
48. M. Palacio, 49. M. O'hara, 50. D. Schuller, 51. B. Sancewich, 52. J. Young, 53. S. McAbee, 54. S. Munday, 55. B. Parvis, 56. J. Hoke, 
57. J. Manch, 58. J. Ju.stice, 59. J. SooHoo, 60. S. Carpenter, 61. M. Vogel, 62. R. Lindenian, 63. P. Kraft, 64. L. Means, 65. C. Martin, 66. 
R. Wilson, 67. E. Sugg, 68. B. Schapiro, 69. L. Waranch, 70. C. Garlock, 71. D. Kruger, 72. M. Harkins, 73. J. Scalcise, 74. L. Savadow, 75. 
D. Hargett, 76. S. Reel, 77. S. Pasavew, 78. L. McGruder, 79. S. Hackerman, 80. B. Brown, 81. D. Brechner, 82. M. Baum, 83. D. Mallalieu, 
84. M. Tammaru, 85. B. Gurganus, 86. M. Kesecker, 87. M. Canavin, 88. G. Stein, 89. M. Taylor, 90. B. Dunn, 91. J. Keith, 92. S. Itzel, 
93. K. Hunter, 94. M. Bart, 95. M. Pasternak, 96. K. Digennaro, 97. R. Dematteis, 98. M. Tuma, 99. L. Warnekow, 100. D. Karson, 101. 
T. Katz, 102. S. Williams, 103. C. Blankenship, 104. B. Quick, 105, J. Adams, 106 J. Hansen, 107. P. Golden, 108. P. Holfman, 109. G. 
Baylin, 110. C. Romano, 111. C. Thornburg, 112. L. Cockey, 113. L. Cassel, 114. D. Dietzel, 115. D. Etelson, 117. S. Lasher, 118. M. Worth- 
ington, 119. K. Daley, 120. J. Weiss, 121. E. Ward, 122. J. Houflf, 123. C. Beard, 124. P. Maul, 125. J. Harvey, 126. S. Berry, 127. N. Jonucz, 
128. M. McCarty, 129. J. Galloway, 130. C. Feibus, 131. S. Milstein, 132. M. Pappas, 133. L. Hall, 134. S. MacDonald. 




NORTH 1, 2, 3, 4 




1. J. Dalewicz, 2. B. Grampton— Sec, 3. L. Monisera— Sec, Pres., 4. S. Wartzman, 5. N. Maynard— Section Pres., 
6. C. Moyse, 7. V. Buckson, 8. S. Burrow, 9. B. Turkington, 10. C. O'Brien, 11. T. Bellow, 12. C. Hargy, 13. T. 
Anniko, 14. G. Malandra, 15. E. Sterling, 16. G. Watson, 17. T. Lubin, 18. J. Bennett, 19. R. Weisman, 20. E. 
Woytowitz, 21. A. Scherr, 22. K. Fries, 23. C. Moyse, 24. M. R. Vannuzzi, 25. D. Blumenfeld, 26. M. Maldeis, 27. 
N. Leopold, 28. S. Dashoff, 29. L. Leisure, 30. S. Kloss, 31. C. Violette, 32. N. Gardner, 33. A. Sentman, 34. 
K. McGovern, 35. J. Fairchild, 36. L. Ross, 37, M. Pontelandolfo-Soc Ch., 38. M. Silverman, 39. V. Peck, 40. 
C. Miller, 41. R. Klein, 42. K. Beebe, 43. P. Plunkert-Dorm. Pres. 



CENTREVILLE 




177 





<M^* 



1. T. Marr, 2. M. Quin, 3. S. Kandel, 4. J. Connor, 5. M. 
Boileau, 6. W. Foster, 7. T. Battaf^lia, 8. E. Schneeman, 9. 
B. Hall, 10. C. Ellison, 11. D. Dunlap, 12. C. Case, 13. A. 
Lipkey, 14. S. Harty, 15. J. Lathrop, 16. J. DePalma, 17. J. 
Deitchman, 18. R. Stapen, 19. P. Blum, 20. B. Kemp, 21. D. 
Filbert, 22. L. Pearl, 23. D. Burch, 24. M. Fox. 



SOUTH 



1. L. Waldorf-Crad. Resident, 2. J. Gilhooly, 3. D. Smith-Pres., 4. R. Reinhardt, 5. T. Steams, 6. F. Koontz-Sec., 7. J. 
Mudd-Vice Pres., 8. W. Farrar, 9. G. Fiinkhouser, 10. G. Spencer, 11. S. Pelovitz, 12. M. Kaminkow, 13. R. Green, 14. D. 
Lindsay, 15. L. Bourne, 16. A. Kane, 17. Y. Anauil, 18, ]. Buckley, 19. R. Thomas, 20. F. Schneider, 21. J. Ward, 22. L. 
Chamberlin, 23. J. Harvey, 24. B. Tymiuk, 25. J. Malina. 




CHARLES 



1. W. Graete, 2. M. Nislino, 3. R. Hildebrand, 4. K. Bas- 
kin, 5. F. Rediner, 6. R. Jerardi, 7. R. Garins, 8. S. 
Morris, 9. H. Hodges, 10. C. Onley, 11. W. Parham, 
12. F. Martin, 13. R. Windsor, 14. D. Duggins, 15. R. 
Abelow, 16. A. Wooten, 17. J. Kenney, 18. A. Baumgart, 
19. M. Kelleler, 20. C. Trenary, 21. V. McSorley, 22. L. 
Warfield, 23. D. Johnson, 24. T. Engwall, 25. W. Graefe, 
26. E. Zimmerman, 27. J. Leedy, 28. W. Lang, 29. H. 
Tilman, 30. C. Bagwell, 31. R. Freer, 32. P. Bright. 





WEST 




CENTER 



179 





CHESTERTOWN A 

1. J. Parslow, 2. B. Washburn, 3. F. Thompson, 4. D. Bald- 
win, 5. B. Measell, 6. B. Creager, 7. T. Grabowski, 8. C. 
Zaleski, 9. H. Zilber, 10. D. Moses, 11. D. Fix, 12, S. Hop- 
kins, 13. C. Cole, 14. J. Keenan, 15. W. Stevenson, 16. G. 
Hornseth, 17. P. Pahan, 18. E. Hatten, 19. B. Soblotne, 
20. G. Ciillespie, 21, H. Burch-President, 22, J. Lieblein, 
23. B. Menke^ 24. T. Diangelo, 25. T. Flanders, 26. P. 
Butman, 27. B. Martin, 28, J, Pensinger, 29. J. Thompson, 
30. L. Schwager, 31. G. Daniel, 32. E. Dasch, ,33. T. Daw- 
son-V. Pres., 34. B. Stevenson, 35, A. Nisley, 36. J. Novak. 



1. D, Wilson, 2. P. Ander, 3. G. Tovar, 4. S. Cutler, 5. T. Czarnecki 
-Treas,, 6, F, Santoni-Pres., 7. ]. Arnold-Sec., 8. C. Downs, 9. A. 
Vu, 10. J. Potthast, 11. M. Norris-V, Pres,, 12, M. Alloy, 13. A. 
Casalena, 14. C. Iseberg, 15. F. Sykes, 16. A. C. Carpenter, 17. F. 
Herst 18. P. T. Depercin, 19, H. Friedman, 20. C. Harper, 21 B. 
Donncllv. 22. H. Lederman, 23. R. Gill, 24. B. Marsh, 25. G. Keefer, 
26. S. South, 27. B, Hartman, 28. 1. Lerner, 29, P, Lortie, 30. C, Barn- 
hart, 31, O, Tiedemann, 32. W. Lesher, 33. R. Stinneford, 34. D. 
Thomson, 35, R. Anderson, 36. M. Bey, 37. K. McLauchlan, 38, B. 
Jacobs, 39. F. Schroeder, 40. T. Rhodes, 41, D, Barnett, 42. R, Fos- 
ter, 43. G. Wosteck, 44. R. Fisch, 45. C. Warner. 



CHESTERTOWN B 




180 





CUMBERLAND 



NORTH 




1. L. Morgan, 2. E. Helmstetter, 3. W. Jung, 4. J. Dorr, 5. R. 
Fisher-Pres., 6. D. Wilson, 7. B. Stafford, 8. R. Smith, 9. R. 
Horner, 10. B. Taylor, 11, B. Bennett, 12, \V, Mann, 13. K, Frick, 
14. S. Lee, 1.5, E. Ranpach, 16. K. Gochal, 17. Guest, 18. A. 
Strobel, 19. D. Ganlick, 20. J, Ryan, 21. C. Henderson, 22. B. 
Aune, 23. C. Lonpfellow, 24. S. Albersheini, 25. M. Stone— V. 
Pres., 26. L. Couturier, 27. G. Byrd, 28. J. Paper, 29. J. Libert, 
30. D. Toroser, 31. G. Maslan, 32. Guest, .33. Guest, 34. G. Webb, 
35. M. Wroton, 36. Guest, 37. M. Davis, .38. Guest, 39. T. 
Campbell, 40. D. Gross, 41. W. Gordon, 42. J. Phelps. 



C and D 



A and B 

1. B. Philipp, 2. F. Levin, 3. R. Eminian, 4. B. Wincer, 5. G. 
Hiley, 6. T. Leach, 7. M. Binder, 8. G. Langbaum, 9. P. Mason, 
10. E. Yoakum, 11. K. Frick, 12. R. Davidson, 13. J. FuUerton, 
14. L. Cross, 15. J. Voelker, 16. R. Herberg, 17. T. Staub, 
18. L. Morgan. 





1. p. Garoo, 2. R. Mother— v. pres., 3. S. Moss, 
4. T. Scarf, 5. S. Hawk, 6. C. Magnon, 7. B. 
Zard, 8. G. Keg, 9. H. Cone, 10. P. Shaw, 11. 
A. Ranger, 12. F. Sweete, 13. J. Singlekin, 14. 
W. Grit, 15. C. Chawklit-pres., 16. W. Golden- 
burg, 17. J. Kook, 18. L. Cup. 




CUMBERLAND NORTH 



E and F 




G and H 



1. J. Pieplow, 2. S. Venable 3. J. Griines, 4. A. 
Klein, 5. M. Hanna, 6. R. Delwiche, 7. S. Crouch, 
8. E. Cockey, 9. T. Rigler, 10. S. O'Connor, 11. 
D. E>olan, 12. R. Warfield, 13. J. Melonas, 14. 
J. Caha, 15. L. Fiedler, 16. W. Tropp, 17. R. 
Kefauver, 18. P. Kamerick, 19. R. Robins, 20. 
M. Krepner, 21. N. Deroyiannis, 22. R. Ferry, 
23. R. Brice, 24. A. Cederakis, 25. M. Fochios, 
26. M. Johns. Not pictured: 1. R. Ferrara— pres., 

2. J. Shackelford— V. pres., 3. R. Erich— sec. treas. 





1. R. Fratailli, 2. M. Taubin, 3. Gipe, 4. D. Martin, 5. M. Healy, 6. D. Heim, 7. J. Barret, 8. B. Ballard, 9. T. Zirtudzinski, 10. W. Yri, 11. 
B. Rubinstein-pres. H. Cumb. B., 12. A. Kirchner-pres. H. Cumb. A., 13. T. Phillips, 14. D. DiBenedetto, 15. W. Montgomery, 16. J. Pol- 
son, 17. K. Jenkins, 18. T. Fisher, 19, J. Fauquier, 20. L. Porter, 21. D. Cosncr, 22. D. Stoddard, 23. A. Arnold, 24. C. Bathgate, 25. B. Men- 
dez, 26. B. Rosenthal, 27. C. Young, 28. K. Lehnbeuter, 29. S. Frahm, 30. F. Milman, 31. T. Bittrick, 32. J. Gibson, 33. R. George, 34. T. 
Soya, 35. W. Kramer, 36. J. Doe, 37. J. Evans, 38. D. Hedges, 39. T. Henrich, 40. W. Hickman, 41. J. Noble, 42. J. Nieberlein. 




A thru D 



CUMBERLAND SOUTH 



E thru G 





DENTON 



I. D. C.ood, 2. P. Smith, 3. D. Merrit, 4. L. Allik, 5. M. Markowitz, 6. L. 
Sfedman, 7. L. Mosner, 8. K. Cnibman, 9. E, Bcchkes, 10. N. Rascovar, 

II. \. Jackson, 12. M. McClelland, 13. L. Ingbcr, 14. C. Brooks, 15. E. 
Brown, 16. C. Simpson, 17. A. Cantor, 18. M. Minotti, 19. R. Rominger, 
20. C. Lvons, 21. E. Kornctchuk, 22. L. Tvric, 23. K. Feduska. 24. P. 
Baden, 25. T. LaPatka, 26. E. Jankowicz, 27. M. Farlcv, 28. S. Cox, 29. 
B. McClearv, 30. M. Hensley, 31. K. Schloss, 32. D. Haar, 33. J. Herder, 
34. N. McGiiire, 35. V. TanReman, 36. B. Carrity, 37. K. Brooks, 38. M. 
Purucker, 39. unidentified, 40. D. Perry, 41. P. Jndkins, 42. M. Brown, 
43. C. Fetzer, 44. V. Brown, 45. J. Jones, 46. F. Yost. 



3 and 4 



I 




I. S. Wipf, 2. S. Holmes, 3. J. Borwn, 4. L. Harris, 5. T. Stock, 6. H. Larkin, 7. P. Edwards, 8. H. Borwn, 9. R. Van Winkle, 10. B. McMahon, 

II. D. Gushing, 12. F. Edwards. 13. J. Gecr, 14. S. Emme, 15. B. Richardson, 16. M. Crowther, 17. D. Debinski, 18. E. Pa.xton, 19. N. 
Slavin, 20. E. Silverman, 21. L. Bowersock, 22. E. Kelliher, 23. G. Thompson. 24. T. Karr, 25. P. Watkins, 26. J. Brown, 27. M. Baker, 28. 
P. Schneider, 29. M. Malcolm, 30. M. Manns. 31. P. Ruhalla, 32. C. Bunncr, 33. S. Dellone, 34. N. Fratianni, 35. B. Mandell, 36. J. Martin, 
37. C. Harrington, 38. M. Suroskv, 39. C. Clark, 40. C. Bradlev, 41. I. Brown, 42. K. Brenza, 43. B. Caldwell, 44. C. Schmidt, 45. P. Har- 
rington, 46. M. Stincr, 47. S. Biser, 48. K. Marmaduke, 49. C. Van Roy, 50. B. Wrobel, 51. J. Merritt, 52. C. Waller, 53. A. Doris, 54. D. 
Pope, 55. D. Pilla, 56. M. Garrett, 57. L. Booth, 58. J. Larrimore, 59. L. Watson, 60. J. Gilds. 




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1 and 2 




5 and 6 



1. p. Sobotta, 2. C. Sielski, 3. K. Larson, 4. S. Burkett, 5. J. 
Hall, 6. D. Wealtson, 7. M. Stinson, 8. K. Ingle, 9. C. Bt-nnett, 
10. S. Radpour, 11. R. Hart, 12. A. Harrington, 13. M. Miche- 
luk, 14. J. Lloyd, 15. P. Perry, 16. C. Doyle, 17. K. Behizad, 
18. J. Deets, 19. C. Lo, 20. D. George, 21. M. J. Tarallo, 
22. L. VanScoy, 23. G. Goldman, 24. J. Gulvas, 25. S. Mark- 
ham, 26. C. Roberts, 27. A. Neidert, 28. j. Brown, 29. K. 
Egan, 30. N. Slavin, 31. S. Mroz, 32. D. Behnke, 33. M. 
Harrison, 34. A. Schmidt, 35. G. Miyasaki, 36. J. Crahan, 
37. P. Lowenstein, 38. E. Zipperman, 39. N. Kinimel, 40. C. 
Katzman, 41. P. Carter, 42. S. Katz, 43. L. Huddles.ston, 
44. S. Feindt, 45. C. Wong, 46. V. Roecker, 47. B. Akers, 
48. M Peake, 49. A. Fladell, 50. N. Coulter, 51. V. Broad- 
beck, 52. M. Mainville, 53. M. Brown, 54. S. McClellan, 55. 
K. Borowsky, 56. M. Miles, 57. B. Ware, 58. L. Leggett, 59. 
T. Holt, 60. V. McNeal. 





DENTON 



7 and 8 



1. M. Reidy, 2, M. Freedman, 3. A. Rizzo, 4. V. Aanenson, 5. D. Brumback, 6. E. Nacho- 
niowitz, 7. L. MarkridKe, 8. S. Scott, 9. S. Keener, 10 P. Hennessy, 11. B. Glazcr, 12. N. 
Zamorski, 13. P. Lewine, 14. S. Ives, 15. L. Lundquist, 16. C. Koch, 17. A. Mark 18. R. 
Lei, 19. D. Zwack, 20. K. Schnsier, 21. L. Kelly, 22, A. Randall, 23. C. Keller, 24. S Bell 
25. S. Eisenstadt, 26. J. Abel, 27. F. Luery, 28. E. Francois, 29. R. Corbin, 30. N. Wood 
31. M. Keller, 32. S. Siinp.son, 33. S. Schuster, 34. S. Hainsworth, 35. N. Marks 36. J. 
Habicht, 37. A. Magiros, 38. C. Fiirnell, 39. J. Gould, 40. S. Schissler, 41. C. Janetti, 42. R. 
Seidenstein, 43. L. Muhonen, 44. J, Weinhold, 45. D. Christie, 46. M. Wolf, 47. N. Jamitz 
48. R. Marinello, 49. E. Seal, 50. S. Seese, 51. S. Watkins, 52. I. Berkowitz, 53. B. Harvey 
54. C. Weisandt, 55. S. Merckle, 56. C, Turner, 57. E. Dunphy, 58. J. Bmns, 59. S. 
Wcirenga, 60. M. Blose, 61. A. Kellman, 62. S. Gebhardt, 63. B. Van Sanf, 64. E. Roseman 
65. M. Beard, 66. S. Humpston, 67. M. Schaffer, 68. S. Fagersgtrom. 




DORCHESTER HALL 




1. M. Marcus, 2. D. Caplan, 3. M. Silberstrom, 4. T- Wohlmuth, 5. S. Hess, 
6. L. Webb, 7. M. Epstein, 8. P. Perretz, 9. R. Horowitz, 10. M. Gammer- 
man, 11. C. Komitzsky, 12. B. Campbell, 13. H. Scheinberg, 14. P. Laf- 
ferty, 15. L. Woo, 16. P. Hiscox, 17. K. Toujgas, 18. B. Pease, J. Fey, 
19. S.' Blaustein, 20. D. Williams, 21. P. Maddocks, 22. B. Feller, 23. C. 
Baluta, 24. B. Dessel, 25. M. Gold, 26. B. Hall-Pres., 27. J. North, 28. D. 
Cramer, 29. R. Martin, 30. M. Hyatt, 31. L. DeBrick, 32. B. Kemp, 33. 
C. Strauser, 34. G. Magram, 35. J. Freeman, 36. D. Jennings, 37. H. 
Ehrlich, 38. L, Anderson, 39. G. Castleman, 40. M. Hanrahan, 41. M. 
Hazard, 42. D. Legum, 43. M. Murphy, 44. S. Steifel, 45. J. Hughes, 46. 
E. DcVries, 47. ]. Hagerman, 48. M. McCulhmi, 49. E. Davidson, 50. J. 
Borinsky, 51. T. Roper, 52. I. Yeager. 53. G. Hurwitz, 54. G. Alder, 
55. D. Schilling, 56. J. Katz, 57. J. Bullock, 58. B. Arenberg, 59. A. 
Kraszewski, 60. P. Roberts, 61. S. Simmons, 62. G. Stiller, 63. V. Levin, 
64. A. Hasko, 65. J. Mann, 66. G. Kane, 67. S. Lewis, 68. T. Teslenko, 
69. J. Streckfus, 70. S. Lewis, 71. S. Glackin, 72. J. Kotun, 73. C. Bau- 
mann, 74. D. Deterding, 75. S. Geyer, 76. S. Ahalt. 









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't V" 




1. D. Pena, 2. D. Beck, 3. J. Knauff, 4. S. Sirkin, 5. 
G. Lindsay, 6. L. Schuman, 7. R. Smead, 8. A. Sus- 
kind, 9. D. Wagner, 10. B. Carlton, 11. J. Wheeler, 
12. J. Goldman, 13. J. Selby, 14. D. Rignanese, 15. 
B. Gossard, 16. J. Trezza, 17. L. Bordley, 18. T. 
Mayr, 19. R. Cox. 




EASTON A 




1. S. Karmer, 2. R. Mann, 3. S. Chirathi- 
vat, 4. D. Ebersole— V. Pres., 5. ]. Deter- 
man— Treas., 6. S. Bowen— Pres., 7. L. 
lohnston-G. R., 8. R. Boiilos, 9. S. Witt, 
10. L. Closer, 11. B. Tnipin, 12. R. Balciu- 
nas, 13. D. Duvall, 14. A. Dodson, 15. F. 
Fabin, 16. N. Lcathernian, 17. J. Fairchild, 
18. R. Leisberg, 19. H. Aller, 20. J. Necker, 
21. J. Euler, 22. A. Gerard, 23. B. Clutter, 
24. E. Shaver, 25. W. Market, 26. B. Selig, 
27. M. Long, 28. L. Garri,son, 29. M. GUtz, 
30. T. Riley, 31. B. Harrwood, 32. S. 
Bassford, 33. T. Coleman, 34. M. Farrall, 
35. T. Henning, 36. L. Jordan, 37. M. 
Snioot, 38. G. Grant. 



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B 



187 




1. H. Kravitz-G. R., 2. D. Dickinson-Pres., 3. T 
Englf, 4. J. Bnicksch, 5. J. Golt, 6. B. Mezick, 
7. D. Walker, 8. E. Beckman, 9. J. Prigel, 10. B 
Dashield-V. Prc-s., 11. A. Brzeczko, 12. R. Gold- 
man, 13. D. Gillen, 14. T. Dillow, 15. R. Berg- 
lowe-Pres., 16. M. Jackson, 17. L. Herrins, 18. K 
Vest, 19. M. Day, 20. W. Trinter, 21. E. Lin, 22. B 
Dodd, 23. R. Julie, 24. D. NIcCallam, 25. S. Kraft 
26. T. Nash, 27. R. Hedden-Sec, 28. D. Kono- 
pelski, 29. D. Reid, 30. J. Wirth, 31. J. Solie, 32 
W. Aldridge, 33. C. Rimpo, 34. C. Wells, 35. W, 
Pobst, 36. B. Larson, 37. R. Posner, 38. L. Sacks 
39. T. Brady, 40. E. Lawson, 41. C. Hopkins, 42 
B. Sewell, 43. R. Green, 44. R. Lewis, 45. G. Kip- 
per, 46. J. Mazcko, 47. T. Hawthorne, 48. D 
Rinaldi, 49. iN. Chiantese, 50. M. Basye, 51. R 
Co.x, 52. C. Hohenstein-Treas., 53. M. Dorsey 
54. J. Ecker, 55. R. Harvey. 



EASTON 



C and D 



1. M. Hutchins, 2. J. Kohanzaden, 3. H. Beard, 4. B. Nelson 5. S. 
Nennevan, 6. D. Efford, 7. B. Furher, 8. M. Goldstein, 9. A. McGinnis, 
10. G. Gilbert, 11. S. Noren, 12. J. Finn, 13, S. Scott, 14. B. Fabey, 
15. D. Cohen, 16. J. Johson, 17. W. Litzao, 18. J. Strandquisc, 19. 
D. Bertling, 20. B. Jones, 21. F. Saul, 22. J. Auer, 23. G. Rocney, 
24. B. Cropper, 25, R. Joseph, 26. D. Wood, 27. D. Evicn, 28. B. 
Yanel, 29. R. Bartos, 30. T. Imphony, 31. R. Adnins, 32. J. Ingelfinger, 
33. J. Carroll, 34. J. Callanan, 35. B. Weissner, 36. S. Hamner, 37. 
J. Hiben, 38. C. Dann, 39. P. Kondilas. 



188 





1. L. Wince, 2. S. Langfeld, 3. D. Krauss, 4. T. 
Milholland— Treas., 5. H. Bernhcimer, 6. B. larossi, 
7. M. Currv, 8. P, Wells, 9. D. Arel, 10. D. Long- 
Pres., 11. S. Mentzel, 12. L. Dawson-V. Pres., 13. 
A. Krouse-Sec, 14. D. Jones, 15. K. Trionfo, 16. R. 
Goldman, 17. L. Greenstreet, 18. E. Poldis, 19. E. 
Dotterweich, 20. L. Doggett, 21. R. Lieberman 
22. R. Dixon, 23. R. Wolf, 24. C. Bednar, 25. H. 
Herman, 26. J. Getz-Soc. Chrm., 27. T. Moore 
28. A. Tempel, 29. S. Chapman, 30. J. Marshall, 
31. H. Lins, 32. P. Sewell, 33. K. Gingell, 34. H. 
Weinstein, 35. B. Gannon, 36. W. Kelly, 37. B. 
Schneider, 38. M. Rhoderick. 




EASTON E and F 




1. R. Shellman, 2. J. Braun, 3. C. Tunna, 4. R. 
Heslin, 5. H. Pollack, 6. R. Thorne, 7. D. Blevin, 
8. L. Goldblatt, 9. J. Poor, 10. B. Hare, 11. S. 
Mader, 12. M. Woffson, 13. N. Tucker, 14. W. 
Mullineux, 15. T. Gresham, 16. H. Lew, 17. E. 
Kufahl, 18. W. Poole, 19. P. Martin, 20. B. Wachter, 
21. D. Knoll, 22. J. Belanus, 23. T. Siomporas, 24. 
M. McGraw, 25. C. Needer, 26. M. Brown, 27. R. 
Domplea, 28. J. Steeger, 29. S. Ritchie, 30. B. Rivers. 








ELKTON 1 and 2 



EASTON G 



1. C. Horton, 2. S. Jacobs, 3. W. Wensel, 4. C. Belkov, 
5. J. Nugent, 6. S. Tucker, 7. T. McHugh, 8. J. Lodge, 
9. C. Easter, 10. D. Neily, 11. J. Rivetti, 12. J. Mc- 
Guire, 13, P. Smith, 14. D. Tralins, 15. R. Kin.sley, 
16. E. Simpson, 17. R. Slater, 18. J. Grumbach, 19. W. 
Evans, 20. R. Heddin, 21. R. Beaser, 22. T. Mapp, 23. 
R. Humphries, 24. J. Smith, 25. G. Po.st, 26. G. Mar- 
tin, 27. H. Grove, 28. A. Germani, 29. G. Ord, 30. R. 
Hout, 31. L. Lowenthal, 32. W. Vance, 33. D. Eisenliuth. 






1. J. Stephens, 2. A. Warme, 3. J. Tuten, 4. J. Beck, 5. K. Morton, 6. C. Smink, 7. S. Flynn, 8. 
T. Crowley, 9. L. Bohn, 10. G. Winter, 11. C. BcrRer, 12. P. Riley, 13. S. Smith, 14. D. Young, 
15. P. Legg, 16. C. Feldman, 17. D. Kent, 18. D. Greer, 19. S. Castrilli, 20. W. Shanklin, 21. 
S. Robertson, 22. J. Inches, 23. L. Harvin, 24. B. Bentz, 25. M. Gorman, 26. C. Carrington, 27. 
M. Hylstad. 




EASTON H 




1. W. Bell, 2. M. Ladino, 3. C. Stolte, 4. D. Brobst, 5. G. 
Gilliland, 6. J. Rahman, 7. P. Wenzler, 8. J. Stcgman, 9. 
D. Hessong, 10. E. Rutter, 11. E. Schoeck, 12. J. Hargest, 
13. R. Faulkner, 14, M. Tallent, 15. E. Fountain, 16. J. 
Baden, 17. W. McLaughlin, 18. K. Whisenant, 19. T. Litzau, 
20. W. Markham, 21. F. Kirsch, 22. D. Chase, 23. D. Vega, 
24. W. Dillenger, 25. B. Frizzell, 26. S. Power-G.R., 27. F. 
Berman, 28. M. Matheu, 29. L. Smith, 30. S. Mader, 31. D. 
Dickson, 32. T. Bryan, 33. W. Fountain, 34. J. Hayden, 
35. C. Kidd. 





mi.- 



1. B, Newman, 2. R. Ellis, 3. J. Brewer, 4. J. Wolfe, 5. S. 
Guidutti, 6. C. Brown, 7. B. Elgin, 8. K. Muller, 9. J. 
Shinn, 10. C. O'Lcary, 11. ]. Jackson, 12. B. Goodier, 13. 
H. Rosenbaum, 14. S. RoRers, 15. P. McAuley, 16. B. 
Aleds, 17. D. Butler, 18. J. Hunt, 19. S. Platkins, 20. H. 
Cohrn, 21. H. Gerber, 22. D. Gelfeld, 23. A. Kramer, 24. S. 
Sborofsky, 25. N. Carreira, 26. S. Steinhorn, 27. B. Desslcr, 
28 S. Butler, 29. N. NusRrave, 30. E. Sloan, 31. N. Cham- 
bers, 32. P. Newman, 33. S. Slonim, 34. J. Mazen, 35. C. 
Spring, 36. T. Berman, 37. M. Sherk, 38. J. Shafter, 39. 
L. Hall, 40. L. McKittrick, 41. G. Artsea, 42. M. Holzapsfel, 
43. S. Darney, 44. L. Coleman, 45. T. Mague, 46. F. Ma.s- 
cot, 47. J. Clark, 48. S. Engelbert, 49. N. Guggenheim, 50. 
P. Bell, 51. G. Merritt, 52. H. Barry, 53. D. Rucker, 54. S. 
Szekelv, 55. L. Buffington, 56. D. Mayer, 57. L. Shaw, 58. 
P. Bul'nash, 59, P. Ross, 60. S. Rosenberg, 61. C. Ridgeway, 
62. L. Rowley. 




3 and 4 



ELKTON 



7 and 8 




1. B. Cunningham, 2. J. Farrall, 3. L. Trow, 4. P. Burger, 
5. P. Corken, 6. S. Heise, 7. H. Plovsky, 8. M. Trout, 9. R. 
Sievers, 10. P. Settino, 11. B. Wahl, 12. H. Wallace, 13. 
L. Cory, 14. P. HefFerman, 15. D. Siemek, 16. K. Roberts, 
17. L. Sample, 18. S. Perkins, 19. T. Westreich, 20. M. 
Wyatt, 22. J. McKenna, 23. S. Sonnenliter, 24. K. Murphy, 
25. A. Ashby, 26. C. Siegrist, 27. M. Schattner, 28. C. 
King, 29. K. Caraker, 30. D. Coran, 31. L. Perlberg, 32. D. 
Prechtel, 33. D. Corbett, 34. C. Herman, 35. S. Stewart, 
36. M. Bitz, 37. M. Robinson, 38. L. Billingsley, 39. L. 
Paone, 40. J. McCullough, 41. J. Reidy, 42. M. Creenblatt, 
43. R. Turk, 44. G, Bari, 45. K. Gerstner, 46. D. Kouts, 47. 
B. Pittard, 48. B. Mapp, 49. P. Shehan, 50. E. Christensen, 
51. S. Bianchi, 52. K. White, 53. P. Vickery, 54. J. Cano, 
55. B. Delibera, 56. A. Shashaani, 57. A. Buckley, 58. K. 
Bryte, 59. K. Kylus, 60. F. Stombler. 





5 and 6 



1. C. Hitofshy, 2. M. Euler-R. A., 3. G. Goodier, 4. J. Creenblatt, 5. E. 
Elam, 6. P. Clancey, 7. B. Yates, 8. A. Silverstein, 9. L. McLarney, 10. 
J. Blick, 11. B. Cirner, 12. D. Whittington, 13. J. Coxworth, 14. T. Fields, 
15. D. Kinsey, 16. B. Fuchs, 17. L. Blasecki, 18. A. Schleicher, 19. C. 
Mason, 20. M. Frick, 21. P. Cislo, 22. A. Schill, 23. J. Cosner, 24. S. King, 
25. S. Couch, 26. K. Zabawa, 27. J. Young, 28. C. Towles, 29. P. Philips, 
30. S. Sause, 31. D. Vanneman, 32. S. Hyder, 33. B. Bragg, 34. A. Barthel, 
35. A. Todd, 36. M. Block, 37. M. Vakerdzis, 38. M. Wenglin, 39. N. Selig- 
man, 40. A. Russell, 41. G. Greenberg, 42. M. Helman, 43. K. Krieger, 44. 
N. Cintron. 




193 



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iWl, 




A and B 



1. M. Neff, 2. C. Kelly, 3. M. Hansbourgh, 4. G. Paul, 5. A. Pannone, 
6. R. Shipley, 7. M. Bathang, 8. G. Adams, 9. B. Ginsberg, 10. D. 
Watson, 11. C. Harvey, 12. A. Thompson, 13. M. Curtin, 14. D. 
Hartle, 15. J. Schaefer - Treas., 16. P. Holley, 17. R. Berger, 
18. J. Meyer, 19. J. Perrier, 20. J. Forman, 21. B. Zentz, 22. J. 
Soloninka, 23. R. Sandler, 24. M. Bowler, 25. H. Fisher 26. T. 
McGibney, 27. A. Stapleton, 28. G. Merrill, 29. H. Mallon, 30. 
H. Kirsner, 31. E. Ward - Pres., 32. D. Renaldue, 33. R. Perkins, 
34. K. Smith, 35. E. Adler, 36. J. Eikenburg, 37. J. Sylvesta, 38. 
B. Herzberger, 39. B. Auslander, 40. J. Garvey. 



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HALL 



194 




E and F 



1. R. Rill, 2. K. Phillips, 3. S. Van Nostrand, 4. T. Rowland, 
5, L. Rothschild, 6. J. Hillesland - V. Pres., 7. S. Rakey - 
G.R., 8. O. Schultz, 9. L. Kaplan, 10. F. Cahoon, 11. G. Huntt 
- Sec, 12. D. Rattan, 13. M. Kapland, 14. J. Doe, 15. B. 
Danielson, 16. J. Mc Cullough, 17. ]. Cleary, 18. F. Peede, 
19. D. Lewis, 20. A. Stahl, 21. P. Casula, 22. J. Klinger, 
23. Unidentified, 24. Unidentified, 25. E. Eisenbrey, 26. J. 
Finke, 27. A. Platou, 28. C. Baughnam, 29. S. Jacoby, 30. J. 
Tilghman, 31. R. Decuire, 32. R. Webster, 33. J. Richardson, 
34. D. Wilhide, 35. R. Parkhill, 36. B. Mish, 37. J. Harris, 
38. P. De Mame, 39. J. Kramer, 40. J. McClafferty, 41. G. 
Woodworth, 42. Unidentified. 





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HALL 





C and D 



1. S. Graf, 2. D. Forney, 3. J. Smith, 4. M. Palamaris, 5. T. Libershall, 
6. J. Lewis, 7. P. Scott, 8. J. Scheaffer, 9. J. Caplan, 10. G. Hawkins, 11. 
L. Cohen, 12. D. Barrett, 13. J. Isaacs, 14. M. Xillar, 15. B. Clar, 16. J. 
Hammond, 17. R. Hummer, 18. G. Morrison, 19. P. Brandenburg, 20. D. 
Severy, 21. E. Leaman, 22. R. Undbeck, 23. S. Paskell, 24. B. Dye, 25. 
J. Hayes, 26. J. Deureux, 27. M. English - Pres., 28. J. Ehinham, 29. S. 
Lindbeck, 30. J. Abate - V. Pres., 31. C. Rutledge, 32. H. Shueman, 
33. J. Holland, 34. R. Szmajada, 35. J. Watstein, 36. S. Fegeas, 37. D. 
Helfinch, 38. E. Rubin, 39. S. Diener, 40. J. Young, 41. S. Fox, 42. B. 
Thomason, 43. P. Novak, 44. A. Katz, 45. P. Dean, 46. G. Wills, 47. T. 
Schafer, 48. R. Piaggione, 49. T. Noenoc, 50. M. Delano, 51. W. Pierson, 
52. D. Hanlon, 53. B. Staton. 




195 




1. J. Beachler, 2. S. Welhorsky, 3. B. Mcister, 4. J. Lawrence, 5. L. Stickel, 6. C. 
Mortensen, 7. L, \'ince, 8. I. Flaherty, 9. B. Gillespie, 10. S. Aiambor, 11. A. Brink- 
man, 12. P. Fitzpatrick, 13. C. Bowman, 14. W. Stalnaker, 15. M. Imphong, 16. 
J. Dill, 17. J. Lonpo, 18, J. Lavriisky, 19. M. Stubljar, 20, T. Santy. 



ELLICOTT 




G and H 



FREDERICK 



196 





rrrrr:. 



GARRETT 



7* 






1. J. Montgomcr>', 2. B. Gosnell, 3. C. Merriman, 4. S. Shiire, 5. R. Price, 6. W. Compton 
7. B, Coppersmith, 8. J. Karpinsky, 9. J. Cox, 10. R. Miller, 11. B. Brook.s, 12. W. Miller 
13. G. Bauer,sfeld, 14. R. Brotata, 15. C. Smith, 16. F. Love, 17. J. Sullivan, 18. ]. Blacker 
19. P. McCabe, 20. L. Kyser, 21. D. Edward.s, 22. A. Loomis, 23. M. Farr, 24. R. Grahe, 
25. D. Gosper, 26. W. Hilferty, 27. P. Harding, 28. G. Oakjones, 29. P. Aynesvvorth, 30. J. 
Meszaros, 31. R. Soltis, 32. D. Clark, 33. C. Smith, 34. H. Livingston, 35. L. Vogel, 36 
A. Latterner, 37. J. Bouffard, 38. J. Silbelberg, 39. E. Balou, 40. B. Denier, 41. M. Sobotka 
42. G. Kaplan, 43. S. Hyman, 44. R. Shope, 45. D. Blazer, 46. B. Potts, 47. C. Gro 48. T. 
Weller, 49. M. Melliker, 50. R. Wood, 51. E. Eldridge, 52. P. Claffy, 53. M. Billingslea 
54. C. Caver, 55. C. Davis, 56. J. Finglass, 57. L. Churchirlle, 58. ]. Merryman, 59. D. 
Osher, 60. B. Jester, 61. J. Hartman, 62. L. Nalley, 63. R. Smith, 64. M. Hummel, 65. R. 
Micklos. 



1. S. Adler, 2. C. Medani, 3. P. Celluzzi, 4. T. Bell, 5. T. Lawyer, 6. G. 
Guynn, 7. D. Pickett, 8. B. Childs, 9. T. Meerhole, 10. Z. Heyman, 11. J. 
Chudovan, 12. S. Chop, 13. K. Goon, 14. P, Ciotta, 15. P. Kaplan, 16. R. 
Spencer, 17. T. MiddlekaufF, 18. H. Ewertz, 19. H. Biehl, 20. E. Biddle, 
21. J. Shneidnian, 23. D. McVeigh, 24. A. Beyea, 25. J. McNitt, 26. J. 
Siegmund, 27. D. Stansbury— Pres., 28. B. Dorer— Treas., 29. M. Shima, 
30. D. Hickman. 





197 




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5 and 6 



HAGERSTOWN 



1. I. Engle, 2. E. Epstein, 3. L. Cucina, 4. D. Brame, 5. L. O'NeUl, 6. R. Willing, 7. T. Jones, 8. C. Johnson, 9. L. Crowel, 10. S. 
Breckenheimer, 11. R. NewTiian, 12. M. Reynolds, 13. M. Craig, 14. O. Cuesta, 15. S. Crawford, 16. N. Glazer, 17. N. Cunning- 
ham, 18. I. Crapeau, 19. S. Walters, 20. K. Johnson, 21. D. Outlaw, 22. S. Krcmenak, 23. R. Levinsky, 24. M. Anderson, 25. M. 
Engelbrecht, 26. C. Coates. 



1. C. Durholz, 2. C. Murphy, 3. S. Lindbeck, 4. S. Dietmeir, 5. S. 
Liebowitz, 6. S. Easton, 7. B, Rueger, 8. J. Bari, 9. D. Beplat, 
10. D. Rizzo, 11. L. Richard,s, 12. M. Flathery, 13. R. E.xler, 14. 
J. Wolnian, 15. M. Tisher, 16. M. Sternberg, 17. B. Gendler, 
18. K. LaLonde, 19. D. Gertler, 20. D. Dorsey, 21. S. Mitchell, 
22. S. Powley, 23. L. Roberts, 24. E. Rusinko, 25. I. Jones, 26. K. 
McCluggage, 27. L. Bladen, 28. S. Wright, 29. C. Crawford, 30. 
M. Purple, 31. J. Kostas, 32. F. Mortazavi, .33. L. Skiles, 34. R. 
Herman, 35. E. Ritter, 36. P. Hayes, 37. I. Schwartz, 38. M. Mas- 
lak, 39. M. Michie, 40. A. Seger, 41. P. Freeman, 42. F. Brown, 
43. J. Nowakow.ski, 44. C. Betts, 45. N. Webb, 46. R. Yoshpe, 47. 
J. Otton, 48. M. Timm, 49. E. Owen, 50. M. Trone, 51. L. Col- 
baugh, 52. K. Cole, 53. P. Smith, 54. N. Scott, 55. R. Miller, 56. 
D. Macklin, 57. S. Bahn, 58. B. Ritchey, 59. N. Stansfield, 60. C. 
Stanley, 61. S. Edwards, 62. J. Dunham, 63. 1. Taylor, 64. B. 
Bugg, 65. S. Kaplan, 66. P. Stagner, 67. J. Spegele, 68. V. Davis, 
69. J. Ayer, 70. E. Mohr, 71. J. Ford, 72. S. Krieger, 73. M. Seff, 
74. E. Rodriquez, 75. K. Nopper, 76. J. Boker. 






1. N. Poag, 2. C. Oswell, 3. D. Vasilakos, 4. P. Miles, 5. J. Russ, 6. S. O'Neill, 7. C. 
Miles, 8. M. Gelkin, 9. S. Myerberg, 10. E. Epstein, 11. M. Zlotowitz, 12. T. Wil- 
liams, 13. J. Ostdick, 14. C. Von Wald, 15. Y. Jacques, 16. B. Light, 17. C. Fitz- 

water, 18. M. Long, 19. M. Durand, 20. S. Teter, 21 , 22. M. Kidd, 23, 

M. Urbas, 24. J. Mintzer, 25. L. Jung, 26. P. Verduci, 27. J. Syke.s, 28 

29. C. Kuckuda, 30, S. Voisinet, 31. C. Foley, 32. P. Fishel, 33. K. Harrening, 34. P 
Moody, 35. D. Cullen, 36. R. Polinsky, 37. S. Galliday, 38, S. Shams, 39. S. Lancaster. 
40. D. Ewing, 41. A. Boyd, 42. J. Clowser, 43. M. Pritchard, 44. C. McDermott, 45 
C. Miller, 46. F. Diibrov, 47. N. Edlovv, 48. C. Levin, 49. N. Levin, 50. S. Glazer, 
51. R. Fleishman, 52. A. Cheslovv, 53. K. Kelly, 54. S. Pierce, 55. K. Ma.\en, 56. R 
Rice, 57. P. Sabin. 



H AGE RSTO WN 



3 and 4 



200 



7 and 8 



1. V. Maiolo, 2. B. Weisbord, 3. K. Pollis, 4. C. Cook, 5. E. Coupe, 6. D. Kom, 
7. M. Middleman, 8. D. Krensler, 9. G. Goldman, 10. M. Richmond, 11. I. Oppen- 
heim, 12. L. Cobb, 13. D. Fasnacht, 14. G. Flanagan, 15. S. Miller, 16. B. Levy, 
17. L. Siegelman, 18. J. Aronson, 19. C. Jones, 20. R. Etlin, 21. H. Aranoff, 22. A. 
Prettyman, 23. V. Jessup, 24. T. Esham, 25. D. Doullard, 26. P. Urban, 27. D. 
Swaney, 28. B. Rowalsky, 29. J. Rich, .30. C. Pelosi, 31. G. Carraway, 32. E. Weis.s, 
33. T. Northrup, 34. D. Munn, .35. B. North. 36. D. Nolte, 37. D. Evans, 38. D. 
Koutsouros, 39. J. Fischer, 40. L. Kramer, 41. E. Smith, 42. G. Ortgies, 43. J. Rakow- 
ski, 44. N. Golas, 45. M. Paulos, 46. L. Tones, 47. L. Holland, 48. F. Lynch, 49. B. 
Goldman, 50. P. Lowney, 51. L Dubee, 52. F. Stolvvein, 53. L. Omdoff, 54. M. Fields, 
55. C. Ferguson, 56. S. Fleischer. 57. C. Spelsberg, 58. K. Jones, 59. H. Norris, 60. 
M. Evans, 61. B. Kramer, 62. J. Flatley, 63. B. Bradley, 64. B. Asaro, 65. L. Gold- 
berg, 66. N. Richards, 67. L. Eves, 68. P. Pruitt, 69. L. Cohen, 70. F. Dubrov, 
71. P. Stant, 72. L. Bradley, 73. D. Doubet, 74. B. Cohn, 75. Mrs. Smith, 76. S. 
Driexler, 77. L. WoUmuth, 78. I. Kramer, 79. B. Henderson (G. R.), 80. B. Brickell, 
81. D. Cohen. 






HARFORD 



HOWARD 



1. B. Powers, 2. J. Taylor - Pres., 3. J. Cianos 
— Sec, 4. J. Donegan — Treas., 5. B. Snyder, 
6. C. Huston, 7. D. Gillivan, 8. K. Stokes, 9. 
V. Norris, 10. T. Duncan, 11. S. Aumack, 12. 
T. Gioffre, 13. J. Bottino, 14. F. Fox, 15. T. 
Broderick, 16. T. Bartolec, 17. T. Getz, 18. M. 
Kovvalski, 19. E. Bond, 20. F. Jacoby, 21. M. 
Johnstone, 22. J. Cochran, 23. K. Pawhtzki, 24. 
L. Brock, 25. B. Roby, 26. M. MUler, 27. 
M. Mezentsoff. 




202 






1. B. Rigler, 2. M. Blair, 3. B. Rose, 4. G. Coates, 5. L. Borowicz, 6. D. Cregger, 7. J. Driscoll, 
8. D. Miller, 9. S. Mahatanankoon, 10. G. Lipsitz, 11. G. Timberlake, 12. S. Sisgold, 13. S. Sydney, 
14. D. Fox, 15. G. Sullivan, 16. R. Root, 17. M. Johnson, 18, B. Crowe, 19. D. Deuvall, 20. G. 
Bishop, 21. J. Shea, 22. G. Hufnagel, 23. S. Buckler, 24. D. Philbrick, 25. L. Smith, 26. ]. Russell, 
27. L. Schwartz, 28. G. Gettier, 29. J. Zsakany, 30. G. Kohne, 31. R. Tyner, 32. R. Singleton 33. 
R. Brown, 34. R. Bontz, 35. T. Hill, 36. T. Kreps, 37. B. Tyler, 38. J. Martin, 39. P. Hamstram, 
40. B. Liston, 41. J. Wible, 42. B. Singer, 43. N. Lehneis, 44. R. Morgan, 45. J. Famous, 46. L. 
Smythers, 47. B. Clowser, 48. R. Tiedemann, 49. D. Litzinger, 50. M. Hayman, 51. R. Bottenus, 
52. J. Blumenthal, 53. R. Grant, 54. J. McLennon, 55. R. Jones, 56. B. Loewer, 57. B. Pampillona 
58. W. Maxwell, 59. B. Dize, 60. T. May, 61. B. Gravatt, 62. J. Clark, 63. P. Bolton, 64. R. Long- 
ford, 65. R. Wickers, 66. M. Burke, 67. T. Smith, 68. L. Soergel, 69. G. Miller, 70. P. Moravec 
71. J. Sheinfield, 72. F. Wilson, 73. L. Scanlan, 74. J. Magram, 75. B. Russell, 76. R. Clee. 



KENT 




1. J. Gabor, 2. M. Wenger, 3. M. Wojton, 4. S. Dansicker, 
5. L. Burton - Pres., 6. J. Belt - V. Pres., 7. J. Linebaugh 
- Sec, 8 M. Cohen, 9 J. Erdman, 10. G. Youngkins, 11. 
J. Mahoney - R. A., 12. R. Deener, 13. T. Solyst, 14. E. 
Strassberger, 15. R. Miller, 16. B. Barnes, 17. E. Dill, 18. 
W. Hodges, 19. C. Klemm, 20. W. Maslin, 21. B. Minster, 
22. L. Grimm, 23. P. Panuska, 24. M. Chapin, 25. R. 
Smith, 26. K. Gilbert, 27. J. Hoesch, 28. P. Brackins, 
29. A. Sommerfield, 30. E. Messer, 31. F. Dryden, 32. A. 
Papoutis, 33. S. CuUen, 34. J. Bouchard, 35. D. Burch, 
36. J. Boyd, 37. B. TuUner. 




203 



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^iiA 



B&yi^i 



1. C. Dennison, 2. S. Stiles, 3. P. Henry, 4. P. Reed, 5. I. Fox, 
6. G. Voets, 7. G. Einbinder, 8. K. Vice, 9. E. Yoffe, 10. J. Sch- 
wartz, 11. T. Fedder, 12. B. Tober, 13. C. Strobee, 14. B. Murray, 
15. S. Shepherd, 16. S. Decklebaiim, 17. D. Lilly, 18. B. Peter- 
man-Soc. Chrmn., 19. S. Graf, 20. J. MuUican, 21. R. Flax, 22. 
N. Ginsberg-Pres., 23. K. Wooley, 24. S. Thompson, 25. S. Spear- 
Treas., 26. S. Lvnn-V. Pres., 27, L. Womeldorf, 28. M. Kisielew- 
ski, 29. P. Michini, 30. K. Wagner, 31. L. Blackiston, 32. J. 
Watson, 33. K. Burleson, 34. J. Swartz, 35. A. Beckwith, 36. J. 
Bogan, 37. A. Speizman, 38. R. Kipper, 39. E. Lohr, 40. S. Skill- 
ings, 41. M. Payne, 42. J. Loberg, 43. L. Stevenot, 44. L. Michau.x, 
45. C. Thayer, 46. V. Leet, 47. S. Webb, 48. S. Frank, 49. B. 
Bottonose. 





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1. Esther Cohen-Treas., 2. B. Tohnson-V. Pres., 3. S. Cohn-Pres., 4. S. Ragan-Soc. Chrm., 5. C. Dillon, 
6. M. Margulis, 7. B. Price, 8. S. DiPaula, 9. S. Campen, 10. S. Cheslock, 11. S. Grouse, 12. K. Griggs, 13. 
T. Bens, 14. ]. Whittaker, 15. J. Locklear, 16. M. Maloff, 17. M. Lissaver, 18. L. Dewitt, 19. A. Katzen, 
20. J. Leissner, 21. S. Taustin, 22. E. Wilhide, 23. L. Momingstar, 24. C. Blanar, 25. H. Bluefeld, 26. S. 
Simon, 27. S. Wilner, 28. N. Ghristy, 29. B. Gossard, 30. M. Lewis, 31. J. Benton, 32. B. McKay, 33. E. 
Feinglass, 34. M. Feldman, 35. B. Krosin, 36. S. Stewart, 37. W. Chin, 38. T. Schwartz, 39. C. Wagner, 
40. S. Slutsky, 41. L. Hineh, 42. J. Nieminen, 43. E. Christianson, 44. M. Higgs, 45. C. Ferris, 46. J. 
Goteiner, 47. S. Phillips, 48. P. Brady, 49. G. Courtney, 50. P. Dick, 51. B. Posner, 52. S. Csicsek, 53. 
E. Decoursey, 54. N. Burroughs, 55. N. Elliot. 



1. B. Cromwell-Historian, 2. M. Rodgers-Soc. Chm., 3. S. Glazcr-Jud. Bd. 
Chm., 4. L. Hertzlich-Pres., 5. B. Yelton-Sec, 6. M. Gilstad-R. A., 7. C. Lutz, 
8. S. Lane, 9. B. Clark, 10. L. McBriety, 11. G. Lawyer, 12. B. Kopit, 13. E. 
Andrys, 14. S. Logan, 15. D. Pavlos, 16. D. Maurer, 17. P. Welty, 18. S. Burton, 
19. S. Kirkpatrick, 20. N. Tatelbaum, 21. J. Windsor, 22. S. Holdsworth, 23. J. 
Gray, 24. L. Brown, 25. L. Harvey, 26. F. Haffner, 27. H. Lemont, 28. M. 
Weidhaas, 29. E. Griggs, 30. P. Maute, 31. L, Nally, 32. J. Wall, 33. G. Berry, 
34. S. Saperstein, 35. M. Cator, 36. D. Rokoff, 37. L. Norris, 38. S. Hensley, 
39. G. Herskovitz, 40. S. Guertler, 41. L. Gallagher, 42. S Gesswein, 43. C. 
Makowski, 44. R. Middleman, 45. J. Dente, 46. N. Woltz, 47. N. Osheroff. 





1. D. Meers, 2. S. Miller, 3. B. Simms, 4. T. Brooks, 5. R. Maisti, 6. L. Holtz- 
man, 7. G. Finkelstein, 8. G. Sherman, 9. M. Wall, 10. R. Feller, 11. E. 
Goldberg, 12. T- Hake, 13. G. Medeiro.s, 14. M. McKibben, 15. M. Buchanan, 
16. L. Klein, 17. R. Hall, 18. S. Spector, 19. J. Schwartz, 20. E. Schooler, 
21. L. Gross, 22. A. Rnhbins, 23. N. Hess, 24. L. Kries, 25. B. Davis, 26. M. 
Gardner. 27. P. Kirby, 28. N. Darnell, 29. V. Dahl, 30. K. Posey, 31. P. Paw, 
32. L. Mitchell, 33. T. Kelley, 34. R. Kinsella, 35. E. Hinton, 36. C. BiUett, 
37. J. Herbert, 38. J. King, 39. M. lames, 40. M. Slowik, 41. I. London, 42. 
E. McKittrick, 43. S. London, 44. t. Gerstein, 45. M. Davis, 46. M. Kraus, 
47. S. Harness, 48. A. Fasimpaur, 49. C. Davis, 50. A. Holtz, 51. M. Forrest, 
52. B. Flotte, 53. S. Gardner. 54. J. Schwartz, 55. T. O'Brien, 56. M. Bene, 
57. J. Holljes. 58. J. Finifer, 59. S. Strickler, 60. E. Zimmerman, 61. A. McKoy, 
62. E. Rynarzewski, 63. I. Stciber, 64. P. Steifer, 65. P. Blucford, 66. K. Geller, 
67. D. Pullen, 68. L. Craig, 69. L. Laycock, 70. R. Hall, 71. L. Murphy, 72. 
J. Aschenbrenner, 73. G. Chow, 74. F. Otterbcin, 75. B. Reich, 76. D. Gilbert- 
son, 77. B. Garrity. 



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206 



ST. MARY'S 




1. p. Rouzer-Jud. Bd. Chm., 2. D. Smulowitz-Soc. Chm., 3. B. Sisson-Pres., 4. P. Eckel-V. Pres., 5. S. Mader, 6. J. De Vries, 7. C. Hauswald, 8. 
D. Hohensee, 9. C. Kane, 10. S. Eggleston, 11, M. Cox, 12. M. Mahady, 13. P. Mavity. 14. A. Tyme.son, 15. E. Frey, 16. M. Smith, 17. B. Roberts, 
18. E. LanR, 19. M. Brookman, 20. K. Regan, 21. M. Golibart, 22. R. Alperstein, 23. D. Diehl, 24. G. Klimek, 25. M. Tetro, 26. C. Engle, 27. L. 
Rosen, 28. C. Davey, 29. D. Degin, 30. D. Dawson, 31. B. Knapik, 32. M. Mudd, 33. C. Franks, 34. E. Eulster, 35. L. Hiser, 36. S. Shaw, 37. E. 
Ozur, 38. L. Tracy, 39. M. Wu, 40. E. Wilen, 41. E. Sirbaugh, 42. J. Lambert, 43. M. Waller, 44. D. Eisler, 45. L. Sine, 46, L. Hildebrandt, 47. 
P. Frechette, 48. V. Vroblesky, 49. J. Denton, 50. M. Layfield, 51. N. Shaw, 52. B. Rephann, 53. M. Scott, 54. A. Owings, 55. D. Habicht, 56. S. 
Roman, 57. P. Bowman. 





1. M. Louie, 2. J. Nonotny, 3. R. Allison, 4. W. Boehm, 5. R. Helstowski, 6. H. Lanham, 7. M. Jankiewicv, 8. T. Kelly, 9. G. Grelli, 10. T. CoUi- 
son 11. J. Veise 12. J. Brandt, 13. D. Bystrak, 14. M. Rennie, 15. R. Smith, 16. B. Holter, 17. J. Meverson, 18. T. Fowler, 19. H. Mason, 20. 
D. Clark, 21. B. Nielson-Treas., 22. T. Crothers, 23. B. Kuriny, 24. J. Robinson-V. Pres., 25. D. Taylor-Pres., 26. B. Felty, 27. J. Yates, 28. M. 
Segal-R. A., 29. K. Larash, 30. J. Lee, 31. J. Holzapfel, 32. D. Sparks. 



PRINCE GEORGE'S 



TALBOT 






SOMERSET 




I. C. Erdeljon, 2. B. Hill, 3. N. Heflin, 4. B. Blackhurst, 5. C. Friedlander, 6. , 7. C. Goering, 8. J. Kline, 9. B. Milker, 10. L. Hinkel, 

II. P. Harrison, 12. B. Sutherland, 13. L. Lerner, 14. B. Busch, 15. M. Macaluso, 16. S. Bell, 17. M. Schwartz, 18. J. More, 19. C. Norris, 20. 
M. Lindenmayer, 21. K. Wilson, 22. S. Elkin, 23. L. Rushlow, 24. S. Free, 25. D. Diemer, 26. E. Gilbert, 27. A. Kolman, 28. J. Ditlow-Soc. 
Chrm., 29. J. Hohnson-Treas., 30. B. Henson-Sec., 31. B. HofiFman, 32. A. Booth, 33. B. Bea,sley, 34. L. Clenny, 35. A. M. Young-Pres., 36. L. 
Herbst, 37. P. McCoy, 38. S. Manlove, 39. J. Bellafiore, 40. H. Friedman, 41. C. London, 42. J. Morris, 43. B. Kienzler, 44. R. Hample, 45. 
B. Frid, 46. E. Gordon, 47. J. Lurie, 48. P. Flood, 49. P. Fulton, 50. J. Orr, 51. M. Klompus, 52. L. Lentz, 53. J. Griggs, 54. P. Grant, 55. D. 
Austin, 56. C. Merson, 57. J. Balacek, 58. M. Dudley, 59. S. Corkran, 60. J. Dubois, 61. P. Triplett, 62. J. Rehkamper, 63. S. Zietzoft, 64. G. 
Harvey, 65. C. Smith, 66. S. Scherr, 67. P. Sparrow, 68. V. Van Holten, 69. D. Rude, 70. G. Weinstein. 



a 




1. R. Heird-V. Pres., 2. J. Stallard-Treas., 3. C. Landrum-Pres., 4. B. Roogow, 5. D. Cusic, 6. R. Hill, 7. J. Faulkner, 8. J. 
Zinreick, 9. W. Speith, 10. A. Mohagen, 11. T. Donegan, 12. E. Drawbaugh, 13. R. Anderson, 14. J. Desoy, 15. M. Cone, 16. 
S. Breitenbach, 17. T. KildufF, 18. R. Wilkinson, 19. G. Bowden, 20. G. Haynes, 21. M. Swomley, 22. J. King, 23. T. Bruge, 
24. G. Moore, 25. B. Maiden, 26. B. Spewak, 27. J. Tullner, 28. R. Pechulis, 29. M. Lyiias, 30. M. Marino, 31. B. Cramer. 



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WASHINGTON 



J and K 




1. K. Sevier, 2. R. Garrigan, 3. J. Carson-R. A., 4, J. Davis-V. Pres., 5. D. Yingling-Dorm Sweetheart, 6. L. Long-Pres., 
7. J. Layton-Sec, 8. R. Garrigan, 9. B. Bnienelle-G. R., 10. F. Veeder, 11. T. Brown, 12. B. Shoemaker, 13, P. Nelson, 
14. L. Hower, 15. J. Morrell. 16. A. Diamond, 17. D. Cedrone, 18. T. Shivers, 19. G. Costantino, 20. J. Coulboume, 21. 
M. Bromelv, 22. J. Romine, 23. R. Dav, 24. J. Mann, 25. J. Payne, 26. E. Everitt, 27. J. Brosman, 28. J. Funk, 29. W. 
Lawrence, 30. S. Metzner, 31. J. Goby, 32. S. Cox, 33. J. Schneider, 34. L. Cox, 35. M. Ragan, 36. J. Thompson, 37. R. Fox. 



1. D. Howard, R. Roby, 3. W. Thompson, 4. B. Spizler, 5. J. Wright, 6. J. Kelly, 7. F. 
Spranklin, 8. R. Gipe. 9. W. Piccirilli. 10. S. Groh, 11. T.' Moran, 12. C. Staines, 13. 
P. Rehert, 14. S. Branning, 15. G. Hall, 16. G. Henke, 17. G. Brcenberg, 18. J. Bechtol, 
19. ]. Swt^ney, 20. D. Moran, 21. \V. Kenncdv, 22. M. Brock, 23. R. Moore, 24. G. Price, 
25. J. James, 26. R. Cooper, 27. T. Srock, 28. G. Powell, 29. R. Jandorf, 30. R. Smith, 
31. R. Skarr-G. R., 32. W. Corbett, 33. J. Cox, 34. C. Chance, 35. C. Stauffer. 





1. S. Rome, 2. J. Cordiano, 3. G. Williams, 4. E. Lushbaugh, 5. G. 
Robison, 6. J- Grillo, 7. P. Devine, 8. P. CumminRs, 9. R. Tanner, 10. 
T. Groves, 11. R. Spiegel, 12. L. Yoiinii, 13. F. Menke, 14. T. W. Maske, 
15. J. Moorehouse, 16. J. Kirby, 17. L. Morris, 18. B. Megary— R. A., 
19. R. Moore, 20. H. Spielman. 21. D. Cook, 22. C. Brenton, 23. R. 
Dotson, 24. A. MacAdams, 25. E. Jacques, 26. D. Vore, 27. T. Wolfe, 
28. S. Bryant, 29. F. Szezerbicki, 30. F. Cathell, 31. R. Holland. 



G and H 





Iii<i I M- 



WICOMICO 



1. E. Grey, 2. N. Sheridan, 3. S. Michaels, 4. I. Hurwitz, 5. K. O'Sullivan, 6. S. Hankey, 
7. J. Fike, 8. S. Hipp, 9. M. Sammons, 10, A. C. Pratt, 10. B. J. Masser, 11. R. Lephardt, 
12. S. Clarke, 13. B. Stafford, 14. C. Buddie, 15. R. Etel.son, 16. S. Bushey, 17. K. Champion, 
18. J. Bell, 19. S. Grigg - Treas., 20. E. Mager - V. Pres., 21. S. Evemgam - Pres., 22. 
P. Kelley - Sec., 23. D. Yingling - Social Chm., 24. M. Diamond, 25. B. Stem, 26. R. 
Schwartz, 27. S. Gosnell, 28. M. Bottiglieri, 29. S. Weiserbs, 30. S. Martin, 31. S. Barrow, 
32. P. Posner, 33. F. Deland, 34. M. Brown, 35. ]. Zavoyna, 36. J. Ralph, 37. A. Wamock, 
38. P. Farrell, 39. P. Martin, 40. S. Koppelmann, 41. K. Mayer, 42. J. dayman, 43. F. Berg, 
44. G. Gilleas, 45. ]. Sterling, 46. A. Levy, 47. C. Weinstein, 48. N. Watts, 49. L. Hull, 
50. A. Vaughn, 51. D. Mack, 52. I. Underwood, 53. K. Ault, 54. D. Whinery, 55. L. Gran, 
56. D. Eh'oskin, 57. A. Lipitz, 58. J. Fiddes, 59. D. Schumchyk, 60. D. Davis, 61. J. Aucre- 
manne, 62. S. Dean, 63. F. Funkhouser, 64. L. Altshuler, 65. A. Biser, 66. M. Davies, 67. D. 
Caplan, 68. K. Trafton, 69. G. Pfeifer, 70. L. Wagaman. 




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1. M. Takeuchi, 2. R. Brown - Pres., 3. A. Carresa, 4. M. Rolfs, 5. M. Betts, 6. M. Griffin, 7. D. 
Sullivan, 8. R. Sindler, 9. T. Stem, 10. F. Silberminz, 11. B. Brady, 12. H. Klatzman, 13. S. 
Aumaek, 14. S. Furtick, 15. J. Sessoms, 16. C. Edwards, 17. J. Thompson, 18. G. Pszwaro, 19. D. 
Johnson, 20. J. Smith, 21. L. Gluck, 22. B. McKinnies, 23. S. Fissell, 24. J. Bort, 25. T. Taylor, 
26. J. Johnston, 27. L. Goldberg, 29. M. Lavietes, 30. W. Wood, 31. S. Maguire, 32. J. Best, 
33. Dale Sullivan, 34. L. Ash, 35. M. Goldstein, 36. R. Seiko, 37. L. Lynch, 38. S. Fraser, 39. 
S. Surf, 40. J. Flemming, 41. M. Lester, 42. R. Globerman, 43. K. Williams, 44. M. Smith, 45. G. 
Varga, 46. N. Young, 47. E. Albert, 48. S. Heindel, 49. J. Pfefferkorn, 50. C. Miller, 51. L. Dorsey, 
52. G. Rogers, 53. K. Johnson, 54. M. Davis, 55. K. Keely, 56. S. Conlin, 57. B. Hughes, 58. J. 
Henn, 59. C. Curtain, 60. C. Sutton, 61. B. Wilk, 62. S. Loving, 63. D. Zunguli, 64. D. Green- 
berg, 65. L. Crow. 66. S. Buscher, 67. H. Durilla, 68. K. Stokes, 69. K. McAntor. 



WORCESTER 




1. B. Greenwood, 2. J. Deskins, 3. J. Walter, 4. 
D. Ives, 5. E. Lockwood, 6. J. Bell, 7. D. Smith, 
8. J. O'Neil, 9. R. Krein, 10. J. Bender, 11. R. 
Ryan, 12. "Herbie." 




FIRE PREVENTION DORMITORY 



INTERNATIONAL HOUSE 



1. Franklin Burke— Jamaica, 2. Aklu Girgre— Ethio- 
pia, 3. A.shok Metha— India, 4. Javed Qureshi— Pak- 
istan, .5. Mike N(ill-R.A., 6. Ali Hasmi-Pakistan, 
7. Alphonsus Okorie— Nigeria, 8. Anil Kohli— In- 
dia, 9. Olivier LaFourcade— France, 10. Anthony 
Derkson— Netherlands, 11. Adolf Miklavc— Yugo- 
slavia. 












RESIDENCE 

HALLS 

COUNCIL 



1. C. Woods, pres, 2. B. Gendler, 3. M. Bryant, 
4. H. Shulman, 5. J. Dryden, 6. T. Courchen, 
V. Pres., 7. J. Eliassen, 8. L. Rothschild, 9. 
D. Lynn, 10. Proser, treas., 11. B. Levin, 12. 
N. Noach. 




HILL 

AREA 

COUNCIL 



Front Row: L. Brock, M. Kisie- 
lewski, J. DeBoy, D. Lynn, V. 
Pres., H. Wolpert, Pres.; P. Axel- 
rod, Treas.; G. Maxwell, J. Bane, 
P. Collins, M. HoKan. Second 
Row: M. Cator, B. MUker, B. 
Peacher, R. Tanner, J. Kerr, B. 
Hand, P. Maviety, J. Kallman, J. 
Novotny, J. Robinson, A. Carrera, 
T. Smith, R. Maisti, P. Leonard. 
Back Row: T. Wolfe, T. Jackson, 
D. Cusic, R. Moore, B. Hoeflich. 
W. Fletcher, C. Konya, J. Davis, 
J. Kirby, J. Witkowski. 




Front Row: B. Borzymowski, Treas.; B. Levin, V. Pres.; J. Dryden, Pres.; P. Gilmore, Sec. Back Row: M. Oristian, D. 
Yeagle, T. Stanton, J. Pohlhaus, F. Vezzi. 

MOBILE AREA COUNCIL 



CAMBRIDGE COMPLEX COUNCIL 



Front Row: N. Maynard, V. Pres.; P. Katz, Sec; M. Waite, V. Dee, B. Clydesdale, A. Kircaner, S. McAbee, C. Letoris, D. Dolan, 
Pres. Second Row: M. Levine, F. Santoni, H. Burch, P. Plunkert, J, Dailey, V. Agina, D. Schneider, P. Rick, R. Ferrara. 





Seated; D. Perry, H. Jones, S. Wierenga, Treas.; G. Ord, Pres.; N. Noack, Sec; M. Stinson, K. Bryte, M. Holzapfel. Standing: D. Dickson, 
C. Clark, M. Hensley, D. Coutts, V. McKenna, S. Sause, D. Vanneman, J. Hargest, E. Werner, S. Bowen. 

DENTON COMPLEX COUNCIL 



ELLICOTT AREA COUNCIL 



Front Row: R. Fleishman, M. Xillas, J. Schaefer, Treas.; R. DeCuir, V. Pres.; B. Gendler, Sec.; H. Shulman, Pres.; S. Kaplan, J. Bari, J. 
Soloninka.. Back Row: C. Coupe, D. Cullen, S. Jacoby, F. Liebig, E. Ward, L. Meeks, D. Proser, D. Redlin, A. Pastrana, M. English, S. 
Lindbeck, L. Rothschild, L. Siegelman, J. Dunham, J. Korb. 





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219 



Rush: 




220 






Outside inside 

apprehension 

anticipation 
Open door 

rush a reahty 

impressions 

social stimulation 

impressions 
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long hours 

anxiety 

hope 

anxiety 

yet cruel 

yet fair 

choosing 

being chosen 
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participation . . . 




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representing The House 



223 





competition . 




to the highest bidder: 

—golf with President Elkins 
— lunch with Senator Tydlngs 
. . . for charity 



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and for the 
community 



225 




. . meaning that conies 
from giving of oneself: 



— personal 

— inward 

— selfless 

— rewarding 




. . . yet finding a 
time to unwind. 



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— yesterday and years ago 

—today 

—tomorrow and in years to come 




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DELTA 



ALPHA 




PI 



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1. A. Bnindifie, 2. J. Sneddon, 3. D. Matejko, 4. J. Tamorria, 5. C. Kolter, 6. L. Halter, 
7. M. Adams, 8. V. Wegner, 9. M. Harrison, 10. R. Farrell, 11. M. Kruger, 12. R. Brown, 13. 
B. Hardie, 14. N. Klcigh, 15. C. Gatchell-Treas., 16. S. Ca.ssidy-Pres., 17. Mrs. F. Gryska- 
Houscmother, 18. K. Walsh, 19. D. Casselberry, 20. J. Zahriskie, 21. J. Royce-V. Pres., 22, J. 
Ireland, 23. S. Hawk, 24. J. Vizard, 25. J. Dougan, 26. P. Wingert, 27. E. Pellegrino, 28. J. 
Glunt, 29. M. Blumenthal, 30. S. Ayers, 31. J. Crawford, 32. V. Hambury, 33. M. Mickett, 34. 
E. Scerbo, 35. T. Biigel, 36. V. Streep, 37. L. Saunders, 38. L. Thompson, 39. K. Conrad, 40. E. 
Barksdale, 41. E. Shaw, 42. C. Schmitt, 43. E. Hamill, 44. E. King, 45. K. Palmer, 46. K. Mc- 
Artor, 47. E. Nash, 48. L. Morris, 49. J. Gidsiseh, 50. F. Delmore, 51. J. Warner, 52. K. 
Peehulis, 53. S. Mays, 54. L. Welchel, 55. G. Coombs, 56. R. Anderson, 57. M. Smith, 58. R. 
Cianelli. 



230 







1. M. Welsh, 2. M. O'Neil, 3. J. Evans, 4. Mascot, 5. C. Sfeele-Corr. Sec, 6. Mrs, Heppes-House- 
mother, 7. A. Korab, 8. M. Beneke, 9. N. Vouglas, 10. B. Hogston, 11. B. McKay, 12. N. Gatlin, 
13. R. Garretson, 14. L. Naylor, 15. B. Timmermans. 16. M. Costello, 17. P. Russel, 18. M. Sane, 
19. ]. Stachitas, 20. C. Beneke, 21. B. Grim, 22. J. Douslass-Rec. Sec, 23. S. Hendricks, 24. B. 
Niaier, 25. M. Coleman, 26. P. Klinges, 27. C. Worden, 28. P. Keenan, 29. S. Stewart, 30. C. Little- 
2nd V. Pres., 31. B. Grim, 32. C. Sterling, 33, C. Shockly, 34. P. Peley, 35. S. Higgins, 36. G. Hollis- 
ter, 37. D. Benjion, 38. M. Bitz, 39. A. Caiazzo, 40. L. Bowers, 41. N. Jamitz, 42. B. Van Denmark, 
43. C. Stuart, 44. L. O'Neil, 45. K. Roome-lst V. Pres., 46. B. St. Claire-Pres., 47. B. Zulli, 48. J. 
Ward,49. J. Orban, 50. C. Tait, 51. J. Paris, 52. M. Stnidwick, 53. L. Copony, 54. W. Otto, 55. N. 
Reynaud, 56. S. Myers— Treas. 



CHI 



ALPHA 




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EPSILON 



ALPHA 




PHI 



1. T. Cohen, 2. G. Teitel, 3. S. Steinbach. 4. J. Markin, 5. T. Rothstein, 6. E. 
Harris, 7. T. Gross, 8. J. Katz, 9. L. Greenstone, 10. D. Sandler, 11. P. Rosen, 
12. M. Litwin-Rec. Sec, 13. B. Bondy-Corr. Sec, 14. S. Leviton-Treas., 
15. 1. Hackerman— Pres., 16. Mrs. M. Slattery— Housemother, 17. B. Goffman— 
2nd V. Pres., 18. S. Podser-lst V. Pres., 19. I. ZetHnp, 20. G. Stollman, 21. L. 
Stein, 22. H. Duhick, 23. A. Zinn, 24. I. Schnuer, 25. L. EhrHch, 26. D. Korn, 
27. R. Weissman, 28. D. Swartz, 29. L. Rubin, 30. G. Szafir, 31. R. Potash, 
32. B. Needel, 33. F. Phillips, 34. K. Sidco\-, 35. T. Hettleman, 36. 1. Solomon, 
37. L. Smolen, 38. D. Pollack, 39. A. Korsan, 40. M. Mittleman, 41. B. Teplin, 
42. M. Tasch, 43. L. Golden, 44. A. Salzman, 45. B. Cohen, 46. L. Zetlin, 
47. E. Bechkes, 48. G. Katzman, 49. |. Simon, 50. K. Berlin, 51. L. Ingber, 
52. S. Wolfe, 53. L. Jacobson, 54. J. Kropman, 55. S. Goodman, 56. L. Hoch, 
57. J. Sterling, 58. J. Goldstein, 59. B. Kind, 60. S. Reicher, 61. M. Solotoff, 
62. N. Zazlowsky, 63. L. Becker, 64. S. Pearl, 65. F. Weiner, 66. S. Engel, 
67. S. Bordow. 




EPSILON 



ALPHA 




PI 




1. H. Saonitz, 2. P. Ben Ezra, 3. R. Baron, 4. R. Wheeler, 5. R. Denenburg, 6. H. Levy, 
7. M. Lechter, 8. S. Abrams, 9. F. Kaufman Jr., 10. S. Grossman, 11. R. Segal, 12. M. 
Sitrick, 13. R. Davis, 14. N. King, 15. S. Postow, 16. T. Benesch-Secretary, 17. L. Roth, 
18. R. Babiskin, 19. R. Kupcrsmith, 20. C. Miller, 21. J. Miller-President, 22. R. Reiss- 
Pledgemaster, 23. J. Hyman, 24. G. Landsman, 25. A. Kraft— Sweetheart, 26. J. Gordon- 
Secretary, 27. D. Fishbein, 28. M. Barth, 29. S. Maged, 30. A. Rosen-Vice-President. 





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i.. M. Petrini, 2. L. Oursler, 3. J. Kearus-Preston, 4. J. Martin, 5. L. 
Shevitz, 6. M. Emmons, 7. M. Grimm, 8. C. Brophy, 9. Mrs. M. Gotts- 
chalk-Houscniother, 10. J. Leonard, 11. P. Hegarty, 12. B. Mayer— 
Corr. Sec, 13. K. Ehmn, 14. D. Eggleston, 15. N. Monitor-Rec. Sec. 
16. C. Grennon, 17. K. Duncan, 18. R. Kaylor, 19. C. Fehlner, 20. K. 
Lightcap, 21. L. McCron, 22. J. Bley, 23. M. Liden, 24. P. Koenig, 
25. M. Heggestad-Treas., 26. J. Hunt, 27. E. Holland, 28. K. Conkey, 
29. P. Diiff-lst V. Pres., 30. E. Best-2nd V. Pres., 31. G. Theodore, 
32. E. Bamey-Pres., 33. N. Veraa, 34. S. Baba, 35. J. Putman, 36. L. 
Lightfoot, 37. M. Johnson, 38. H. Norris, 39. P. Lawwill. 




GAMMA 



ALPHA 




DELTA 



234 



GAMMA 




ALPHA 




RHO 



zjte35 



1. J. HofFman, 2. R. Moser, 3. ]. Podlesny— Treas., 4. Mrs. Barnard— House- 
mother, 5. E. Fry-Pres., 6. D. Hoshall-V. Pros,, 7. J. Edwards-Sec, 8. J. 
Robinson, 9. P. Robertson, 10. D. Tucker, 11. D. Edwards, 12. J. Frances, 
13. L. larrett, 14. R. Aird, 15. D. Bunty, 16. C. Russ, 17. J. Fielder, 18. A. 
Shepherd, 19. W. Dittman, 20. ]. Suit, 21. L. Pue, 22. G. Perrvgo, 23. D. Sea- 
brease, 24. W. Gordon, 25. D. Dunn, 26. R. Brush, 27. M. McDaniels, 28. P. 
Drazek, 29. S. Taylor, 30. R. Simpson, 31. 1. Laws, 32. ]. Norris, 33. B. Brendel, 
34. J. Powell, 3.5. \V. Dunsev, 36. L. tracey, 37. R. Merritt, 38. J. Long, 
39. I. Stacey, 40. G. Graham, 41. J. Robertson, 42. C. Williams, 43. P. Baker, 
44. R. Pearson, 45. W. Kurtz, 46. R. Robeson. 





OMICRON 



ALPHA 




PI 



1. D. Taylor, 2. C. Wise, 3. V. Kontos, 4. A. Catra 
Montgomery, 9. M. Buckley, 10, C. Snead, 11. N. Li 
15. L. Murphy, 16. M. Clayton, 17. W. Wood, 18. C 
roeder— Corr. Sec, 22. Mrs. Newton— Housemother, 
Mockabee, 26. K. Frazier, 27. N. Rydell, 28. B. Bra 
31. L. Kirby, 32. R. Richard-2nd V. Pres., 33. P. 
Scholtz, 37. K. Smith, 38. G. Williams, .39. C. Nort 
O'Brien, 44. L. Ciabatoni, 4.5. M. Sausser, 46. M. R 
hart, 50. S. Jaacks, 51. J. Schuniaker, 52. V. Brown, 
Pappas, 57. S. Sladen, 58. J. Broking, 59. P. Helle 



bone, 5. S. Moore, 6. A. Kruger, 7. B. Cooke, 8. S. 

ndes, 12. P. Rever, 13. J. Quinan, 14. N. Oberhaus, 

Bloom, 19. C. Scott, 20. S. Lazar, 21. N. Herchen- 

23. B. Reed-Rec. Sec, 24. P. Jones-Treas., 25. J. 
nnen, 29. N. Regnier, 30. W. Flegal-lst V. Pres., 
Voneiff-Pres., 34. L. Hersh, 35. P. Sochynsky, 36. P. 
e, 40. C. Anders, 41. S. Martin, 42. C. Sacks, 43. C. 
obinson, 47. C. Plachta, 48. P. Keller, 49. J. Good- 

53. L Sausser, 54. S. Buchholtz, 55. L. Olson, 56. A. 
r, 60. B. Thompson, 61. A. Blakeslee. 




236 






1. J. Legg, 2. J. Leach, 3. S. Williams, 4. K. McHiiRh, 5. L. O'Mara, 6. D. Brogan, 7. J. Sterling, 8. C. 
Young, 9. J. Bacon, 10. S. Gray, 11. T. Clark, 12. J. Smith, 13. M Siem, 14. E. Shay, 15. A. Kelion, 
16. C. Perry, 17. C. Porter-Sec, 18. B. Shipp, 19. C. Neely, 20. M. Whitehill, 21. Mrs. Cooke- 
Housemother, 22. J. Davis, 23. K. Nelson, 24. K. Callanan, 25. S. Serback, 26. S. Hightowner-V. 
Pres., 27. M. Cockey-Pres., 28. L. Sehwartz-Treas,, 29. K, Tyson, 30. P. Haislip, 31. P. Bowman, 
32. K. Wittvver, 33. M. Meehan, 34. B. SchafFer, 35. J. Lothrop, 36, L. Beadle, 37. J. Iverson, 38. S. 
Meade, 39. M. Maclousa, 40. J. Zilman, 41. C, Duke, 42. S. Biiscom, 43. M. Mitchel, 44. B. Krout, 45. C. 
Cane, 46. C. Bronson, 47. J. Feltt, 48. B. Brown, 49. S. Perry, 50. N. Pugh, 51. C. Andrewjack, 52. M. 
Tibbs, 53. C. Lartz, 54. P. Kemper, 55. K. Kochan, 56. C. Bodkin, 57. M. Peters, 58. C. Caroway, 
59. M. Egan, 60. C. Bascom, 61. L. De Lizia, 62. B. Hall, 63. S. Davis, 64. C. Ward. 



ALPHA 




PHI 





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J 



XI 



ALPHA 



238 




DELTA 






> Alpha Xi OeUn < 



1. C. Thomas, 2. J. Shcdlock, 3. J. Tinney, 4. B. Monichelli, 5. K. Haines, 6. C. McKewen, 7. K. 
Sheehan, 8. B. Reinmuth, 9. D. Lillard, 10. C. Trovver, 11. M. Hickey, 12. M. Gemmcll, 13. D. Fela, 
14. J. Staiine, 15. M. Ilahn, 16. J. Ramsen, 17. B. Sniilski-Plcclgetrainer, 18. P. Fuller-V. Pres., 19. 
T Prici-Pres., 20. N. Knaufl', 21. L. McVey-Corr. Sec, 22. B. UUnian, 23. M. Seabreeze, 24. F. 
Tzanis, 25. E. Ott, 26. P. Sowers, 27. B. Yunk, 28. N. Hatkin, 29. K. Millar, 30. K. Kersev, 31. A. 
Cariin, 32. B. Reeve.s, 33. S. Riiu-hart, 34. M. Leroy-Trea.s., 35. S. Nowak, 36. L. Saville, 37. B. 
Newkirk, 38. T. Dcsalvo, 39. R, Mann, 40. V. Bell, 41. L. Cianciolo, 42. P. Gallogly, 43. P. Martin, 
44. M. Chase, 45. C. Day, 46. D. Engle, 47. I. Jordan, 48. D. Swiger, 49. M. Cross, 50. M. Indri- 
covic, 51. M. Thompson, 52. J. Ebner, 53. ]. Amberson, 54. L. Schaub, 55. L. Riley, 56. J. Haveland. 







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1. B. Hanna, 2. C. Turner. 3. W. Waetjen, 4. 
R. Smith-Scribe, 5. Jim Cingell-Pres., 6. R. 
Thompson, 7. J. Barley, 8. K. Marino, 9. W. 
Reynolds, 10. D. Kelly, 11. M, Jacobs, 12. 
R. Sibert, 13. J. Mihok, 14. B. Adams, 15. R, 
Anderson, 16. A. Gonzalez, 17. C. Boyd, 
18. M. Hancock, 19. R. Ullrich, 20. M. Kelly, 
21. C. Benna, 22. B. Rin^ler, 23. C. Brins- 
field, 24. Miss V. Thomas— Housemother, 
25. M. Pyles-Corr. Sec, 26. E. Pappas- 
Treas., 27. P, Grill, 28. G. Usrey, 29. S. 
Ferris, 30. D. Clark, 31. C, Alfiire, 32. J. 
King, 33. J. Ziegler, 34. S. Beattie, 35. 
J. Holzapfel, 36. J. Beever, 37. J. Safley, 
38. R. Powers, 39. R. Smullen, 40. F. Fabin, 
41. R. English, 42. R. Rhudy, 43. D. Rip- 
peon, 44. R. Coyne, 45. J. Stevenson, 46. 
W. Diessler, 47. M. McGinn, 48. E. Haines, 
49. D. Clark, 50. B. Alexander, 51. J. Flem- 
ing, 52. D. Mayo, 53. M. Ritchie, 54. K. 
Swanson, 55. C. Eby, 56. C. Yeager, 57. 
S. Kirby, 58. D. Krepp, 59. S. Sisson, 
60. J. Hamill, 61. R. Edlund. 



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1. D. Deakyne, 2. J. Edwards, 3. B. Neshift. 4. ]. Anient, 5. M. Williams, 6. D. Howe, 
7. J. Harris, 8. N. Floyd, 9. C. Sorrels, 10. S. Kaminski, 11. G. Sessums. 12. R. Wright, 
13. M. Bishop, 14. B. Palmer, 15. D. Bavis, 16. T. Northnip, 17. C. Stephens, 18. M. Fagan, 
19. P. Ulman, 20. D. Stephens, 21. S, MossburR-2nd V. Pres., 22. P. Randolph-Pres., 
23. Mrs. Guenther-Housemother, 24. P. Maccubbin-lst V. Pres., 25. P. Brown, 26. L. 
Taylor-Ree. Sec, 27. J. Hildebrand, 28. S, Culver, 29. D. Woodbury, 30. 1. Winslow, 
31. B. Baker, 32. J. Pelecanos, 33. M. Williams, 34. G. Capozalo, 35. M. Wolfe, 36. D. 
Newcome, 37. B. Eiserer, 38. S. Thornburji, 39. L. Rogers, 40. P. Adorian, 41. J. Clift, 
42. C. Foreman, 43. S. Cunningham, 44. C. Jenkins, 45. P. Carter, 46. C. W;ilker, 47. B. 
Warren, 48. C. Grant, 49. P. Wise, 50. I. Salladin, 51. D. Koutsouros, 52. P. Grimes, 
53. P. Luckett, 54. K. Ford, 55. L. Ziegler, 56. S. Metelits, 57. S. Collins, 58. P. Blythe, 
59. I. Strickler, 60. C. Randolph, 61. 1. Andenson, 62. I. Galbreath, 63. J. Lance, 64. M. 
Ward, 65. M. Higgins, 66. G. Moore, 67. C. Hamilton, 68. P. Lane, 69. S. Voisinet, 
70. S. Hagennan. 




240 





1. E. Johnson, 2. R. Fischetti, 3. P. Wolber, 4. M. Bulow, 5. J. Bayly, 6. C, Enlow, 7. A. 
Commerford, 8, M. Hope, 9. C. Hunter, 10. V. Koontz, 11. J. Mcsser-lst V. Pres., 12. O. 
Harri.son-Pies., 13. P. McMicliael, 14. Mis. R. Allen-Houst-iiiotluT. 1.5. S. Minio'n-Coir. 
Sec, 16. J. Baker, 17. B. Capasso-Rec. Sec, 18. M. Mount, 19. J Dougherty, 20. G. 
Honeycutt, 21. N. Munson, 22. I. Wells, 23. D. Hoelke, 24. C. Innes, 25. M. Warhol, 26. 
.T. Van Sant, 27. T. Boaz, 28. K. Hagserty, 29. B. Cobo, 30. S. Diehl, 31. B. Vogel, 32. 
M. MeNeely, 33. J. Hargett, 34. C. Harrison, 35. S. Cerven\-Treas., 36. M. Zcttcr, 37. .1. 
Green, 38. L. Culbertson, .39. L. Lawson, 40. M. Worden, 41. K. Taegerman, 42. M. 
Banya.sz, 43. H. Lyons, 44. A. Waters, 45. M. Wueste, 46. J. K'no.\, 47. S. Gardner, 48. 
C. Clark, 49. A. Yourtee, 50. C. Taylor, 51. J. Hardin, 52. T^ Dunn, 53. J. Green, 54. K. 
Hidlebaugh, 55. D. Siepert, 56. B. Whipp, 57. W. Budd, 58. L. Gregoor, 59. P. Willis, 
60. C. Dodd, 61. R. Howe, 62. B. York, 63. S. Keener. 



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1. L. Gisser, 2. 11. Hoffman, 3. K. Baurmash, 4. J. Rumizen, 5. R. Posncr, 6. L. Brott, 7. C. Mcier- 
Trt-s., 8. L. Foer-Corr. Sec, 9. M. Cohen-Rec. Sec, 10. Mrs. L. Bender-Housemother, 11. L. 
Danoff-Pre.s., 12. A. Meyerowitz, 13. P. Meyerou itz, 14. A. G'olomb, 15. A. Sapperstein, 16. G. 
LLsoKiirsky, 17. K. Gotkin, 18. R. Kamoroff, 19. M. Shear, 20. J. Brees, 21. L. Abrams, 22. B. 
Stember)!, 23. E. Neihouse, 24. F. Hertzberg, 25. M. Alexander, 26. H. Blumenthal, 27. K. Bkim- 
enthal, 28. M. Nudel, 29. J. Zvares, .30. C. Gorman, 31. S. Green, 32. S. Wertheim, 33. M. Sacks, 
34. M. Golfer, 35. M. Se^al, 36. P. Symonds, 37. H. Resniek, 38. F. Most, 39. S. Sehrier, 40. S. 
Steuihorn, 41. D. Mareiis, 42. E. Greenberg, 43, B. Kane, 44. S. Blanken, 45. J. Dunayer, 46. 
L. Goldberg, 47. B. Silbemian. 



242 





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1. D. Brody, 2. S. Landefekl, 3. B. Dompsey, 4. T. Jollensten, 5. B. Furr, 6. B. Driessan, 7. K. Mills, 
8. B. Lewis, 9. M. Schwartz, 10, P. Kimball, 11. T, Thompson, 12. \V. Walburn, 13. T. Ernstedt- 
Trcas., 14. T. Martin.son-PledKo Mastfr, 15. R. Hclm-V. Pres., 16. L. Jones-Pres., i7. Mrs. Dixon- 
lloiiscmotluT, 18. T. WifiH'ke-Soc, 19. B. Povenstiin-Soc. Chm., 20. J. Williams, 21. R. TroHolo, 22. 
K. Baktis, 23. M. Lackt-tt, 24. R. Ramlow, 25. B. North, 26. M. Driessan, 27. J. Tressa 28. R. Faust 
29. R. Nelson, 30. R. Hutchins, 31. P. Williamson, .32. D. Shaller, .33. J. Shatter, .34. D. DouKhertv', 
35. B. Dernetz, .36. M. Jankiewitz, 37. F. Cleason. 38. R. Roundtree, 39. A. Moha^an, 40 F Jordan 
41. K. O'Brien, 42. B. (irahiis, 43. S. Slocomh, 44. G. Clifton, 45. ]. Ritz, 46. R. Moran, 47. S. Ray- 
mond, 48. D. Piiglisi, 49. P. Ball, 50. J. Forinash, 51. D. Mohlcr. 



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1. D. Collins, 2. Mrs. A. Cooper-Housemother, 3. R. GiiiKher, 4. D. Jersey, 
5. T. Hetherinston, 6. P. Houser, 7. R. Gonzales, 8. J. Mazzochi, 9. J. Hac- 
barth, 10. R. Kocnip, 11. F. Rickles, 12. R. Sutkus, 13. J. Hines, 14. C. 
Yankovich,15. S. Lewis, 16. J. Andrew-Treas., 17. J. Greeson, 18. R. Tinari- 
Rec. See., 19. H. Doyle, 20. R. Deekert-Pledge Trainer, 21. ]. Orme, 22. N. 
Oliver, 23. R. Walker, 24. F. Arhiri, 25. T. Buchanan, 26. C. Morrow, 27. 
E. Smith, 28. K. Wilson, 29. R. Wi(;ht, 30. D. Taquwa, 31. J. Rupard, 32. J. 
Sternberg, 33. D. Hedges, 34. C. Hetrick, 35. F. Muscolina, 36. A. Balo-Corr. 
See., 37. J. Buekwalter, 38. F. Birks, 39. R. Ferbish, 40. G. Barnes, 41. T. 
Clarke-Pres., 42. N. Hallaman-V. Pres., 43. M. White, 44. R. Ritter, 45. B. 
AUman, 46. F. Tedesco. 



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1. Mrs. R. Lovelace— Housemother, 2. B. Holland, 3. J. Jones, 4. L. 
Hahersat— Ree. Sec., 5. B. McMullen-Corr. Sec, 6. J. Manner, 
7. H. Harner, 8. D. Hughes, 9. S. Kent, 10. D. Reynolds, 11. H. 
Swartz, 12. D. Buyer, 13. T. Howard, 14. D. McMahon, 15. L. 
Watts, 16. M. Henderson, 17. M. L. Hauver, 18. L. DeVann, 19. 
D. Casel, 20. L. Rockett, 21. Muzzy, 22. L. Ephraim, 23. D. Kent, 
24. C. Lehmkuhl, 25. M. Weingarten, 26. L. Beach, 27. C. Dom- 
brow.ski, 28. E. Lawless, 29. T. Cunningham, 30. M. Avram-V. 
Pres., 31. N. McDowell-Pres., 32. D. Gallia, .33. S. Solie, 34. P. 
Griffith, .35. M. Massey, .36. M. J. McMidlen, 37. L. Frowert, 38. 
L. Runyan, .39. S. FleminR, 40. B. Brendel, 41. C. Mika, 42. K. 
Kaifer, 43. M. VVitham, 44. J. McQuaid. Not pictured: L. Higgin- 
botham, L. Miles, M. Musumeci, M. Follow, S. Russ, M. Tripe, 
P. Corken, S. Edmonds, S. Eisenhart, P. Goodrich, J. Hinman, M. 
Hunt, L. Kerr, J. Rekos, S. Sutton, S. Wellborn. 





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ORDER 



I. G. Waddcn, 2. G. Jackson, 3. E, Kochncke, 4. T. Ball, 5. W. Moss-V. Prcs., 6. J. 
Clements-Pres., 7. W. Knight, 8. A. GeorRelakos-Sec, 9. R. Ceccone, 10. ]. Simpson, 

II. J. Howe, 12. J. Austin, 13. J. Bohn, 14. G. Kemic, 15. J. Kousouris, 16. J. Roche, 
17. D. Banks, 18. S. Norcn, 19. A. Crisafulli, 20. M. Norell, 21. B. Everinsam, 22. M. 
Pelczar, 23. K. Sweeny, 24. G. Walton, 25. G. Diakoulas, 26. T. Arenson, 27. T. Philips, 
28. E. Conners, 29. W. Walker, 30. S. Raeder, 31. T. MecUin, 32. M. Bohon, 33. B. Madison, 
34. L. Kousouris, 35. G. Greer, .36. T. Ilalverstadts, 37. P. Dasehback, 38. B. Hinkel, 39. 
M. Drummond, 40. B. Ross, 41. J. Sullivan, 42. B. Moyse, 43. G. Stamm, 44. R. Lee. 



246 






1. M. Mooers, 2. B. Ranch, 3. C. Glenn, 4. S. Richards, 5. E. Dalsted, 6. D. Daudclin, 
7. B. Reynolds, 8. J. Fondren, 9, A. Whitebread, 10. S. Eidson, 11. L. Murray, 12. E. 
Fisher, 13. E. Mnllins, 14. R. HuKhes, 15. K. Tamzarian, 16. D. Onofrio, 17. R. Todd, 
18. M. Reamer, 19. M. Wil.son, 20. |. Kempers, 21. S. Richards, 22. M. Gregg 23. J. Pierce 
24. D. Meade, 25. C. Guv, 26. W. Wood, 27. R. McMinn, 28. J. Kempers, 29. K. Sheedy' 
30. B. Reynolds, 31. E. Conrad, 32. B. Hill, .33. E. Atkins, 34. M. Gallagher 35. M. Miller 
36. S. Smith, 37. S. Zetty, 38. L. Nowell, .39. K. Hollar, 40. S. Baker, 41. F. McNulty, 
42. J. Reisert, 43. P. Reese, 44. J. Bullock. 



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1. S. Grevnolds, 2. J. Green, 3. P. Sullivan, 4. K. Cox, 5. C. Luni, 6. M. Wise, 7. C. St. John, 
8. B. Har'wick, 9. S. Boston, 10. M. Campapna, 11. M. Rinakli, 12. P. Lawson, 13. J. Davies, 
14. C. Caputo, 15. B. McKenna, 16. J. Bach-2nd V. Pres., 17. Mrs. HanninK-Housemother, 
18. S. Pollara-Pres., 19. S. Vernav-Sec, 20. N. Stein-Corr. Sec, 21. K. Foster, 22. S. Brad- 
shaw, 23. S. Sarbacher, 24. B. Ja'hncl, 25. N, Chalk, 26. A. Covello, 27. J. Cameron, 28. L. 
Smith, 29. R. M. Cnimlish, 30. M. Rodfiers, 31. S. Silvers, 32. M. Kupiec, 33. M. Henkel, 
34. L. Collins, 35. K. Smith, 36. G. Allison, 37. L. Calvert, 38. C. Rose, 39. T. C;erman, 
40. J. Rinaldi, 41. L. Mitchell, 42. S. Gilford, 43. S. Trainer, 44. A. Ligon, 45. K. Mushiski, 
46. N. Haesler, 47. B. Frev, 48. M. A. McClayton. 49. J. McDonald, 50. C. Caparosa, 51. P. 
Kelly, 52. L. Hatchard, 53. L. Robley, 54. M. Doiib, 55. K. Niller, 56. D. Sabagh, 57. L. Ecton, 
58. S. Chevalier, 59. N. SmuU. 



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1. M. Davis, 2. D. Could, 3. S. Kline, 4. M, DelCunto, 5. C. Manuel, 6. T. Griffin, 7. L. Sutton, 
8. L. Sisler, 9. I. DelCanto, 10. M. Frev, 11. Y. Frenkel, 12. L. Sclimedagaard, 13. B. Moser, 14. T. 
Chebithes, 15. M. Jager, 16. D. Jones-Treas., 17. T. DeminR-lst V, Pres., 18. Mrs. Campbell- 
Housemother, 19. S. Foster-Pres., 20. S. Wells-Corr. Sec., 21. J. Howard, 22. B. Kehoe, 23. 
S. Mickel, 24. W. Shockley, 25. M. Melson, 26. S. Corkran, 27. M. Loreman, 28. J. GerhinKer, 
29. M. Sullivan, 30. N. Swope, 31. S. Ward, 32. N. Marks, 33. J. Kratz, 34. J. Edwards, 35. 
P. Potter, 36. B. Coleman, 37. B. Beers, 38. C. Wright, 39. C. Carrick, 40. M. Kraff-Pledge 
Trainer, 41, S. Wells-Rec. Sec., 42. K, Hansen, 43. S. Kaftenberser, 44. S. Cannon, 45. P. 
Ennis, 46. A. Cray, 47. N. Coale, 48. D. Weels, 49. J. White, 50. E. Gurganus, 51. J. Brown, 
52. C, Baiiik, 53. S. Parker, 54. N. Rusk, 55. B. Donovan, 56. E. Valiant, 57. M. Quarles, 58. 
E. Brown, 59. D. Baiiik, 60. S. Donelan, 61. L. Trofant, 62. K. Koenig, 63. J. Seabold, 64. M. 
Flynn, 65. P. Vita, 66. P. Grier. 



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1. S. Smith, 2. I. Barron-V. Pres., 3. R. Payne, 4. B. Rinehart-Treas., 
5. J. Mosteller-Pledge Trainer, 6. T- Cerefice, 7. R. BiRRS, 8. R. Yankow- 
sky, 9. C. Gravely, 10. Mrs. Mayo-Housemother, II. T. Samaras, 12. M. 
Budlong, 13. W. Allen-Pres., 14. S. Peterson, 15. C. Wallmark, 16. J. 
Erskine, 17. J. Morrill, 18. P. MulliRan, 19. B. McFadden, 20. J. Northrop, 
21. G. Thompson, 22. G. Fitzcerald, 23. O. Russell, 24. D. Heinke, 25. C. 
Koms, 26. M. MulliRan, 27. \V. Rav, 28. R. Wilcox, 29. S. Brutcsher, 
30. T. Thorn, 31. S. Herchenroeder, 32. T. Smith, 33. S. Mangiapone, 
34. B. WiUm'. 35. D. HegRestead, 36. W. Vessly, 37. R. Mallonee, 38. T. 
Vande Hev, 39. Dave O'Neil-Sec., 40. H. dc Lozier, 41. A. Hickey, 42. 
W. Williams, 43. P. Gunbv, 44. J. Vieino, 45. C. Kelly, 46. R. Eidem, 
47. L. Schwab, 48. R. lafrate, 49. 1. Jarboe, 50. S. Wellschlager. 



250 



DELTA 



PHI 




THETA 



I. M. Millikan, 2. G. Frazel, 3. J. McClusky. 4. T. Stables, 5. L. Ermer, 
6. H. Harrison, 7. C. Dunsten, 8. ]. Lears, 9. M. Gough, 10. R. Pema, 

II. R. Moats, 12. R. Hitchner, 13. G. Swatz-Pledge Trainer, 14. T. 
Pavlinic-Sec, 15. G. Moneypenny-V. Pres., 16. Mrs. R. Miller-House- 
mother 17. T. Nichols, 18. 1. Deckman, 19. C. Barber, 20. H. Vineyard, 
21. B. ThoroufihRood, 22. G. Watkins, 23. J. MacCawley, 24. G. Von 
Bretzel 25 K Witfield 26. L. Newcomb, 27. W. Woods, 28. D. Morris, 
29. R. 'Ward, 30. G. KlakrinR, 31. F, Porto, 32. C. Eichelberger, 33. P. 
Wells 34 B. Beechuni, 35. R. Rowney, 36. R. Robertson, 37. J. Warren, 
38. T.' Harwood, 39. M. Parks, 40. W. Paris, 41. W. Walker, 42. R. Dudley, 
43. M. Lears, 44. B. Covington, 45. R. Kenning, 46. R. Watkins, 47. D. 
Renaud, 48. D. Hatfield. 





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PHI 




PI 



1. p. ColdberK— Sweetheart, 2. M. Chaiken— V. Superior, 3. S, Friedman- 
Superior, 4. D. Carfinkel— Pledfiemaster, 5. I. Bloom, 6. M. KamorofF, 
7. E. Wasserman-Rec. Sec, 8. S. Goloskov, 9. B. Snyder-Treas., 10. J. 
Menick, 11. J. Bass, 12, T. Lutins, 13. B. Gimble, 14. R. Rothstein, 
15. A. Lipschultz, 16. R. Galkow, 17. J. Roth, 18, E. Boyars, 19. S. 
Mudrick, 20. R. Mayers, 21. D. Kaye, 22. R. Alberti, 23. M. Gold, 
24. A. Danenberg, 25. R. Kodesch, 26. E. Rosen, 27. J. Fine, 28. J. Fine, 
29. L. Sanderoff, 30. R. Berkman. 




252 



KAPPA 



PHI 




SIGMA 




1. O. Oos, 2, C. Reitor, 3. N. Chilada, 4. M. SchmirnoflF, 5. R. Brant, 6. N. Gori, 7. H. 
Keller, 8. G. Hiser, 9. B. BaRU, 10. D. Umler, 11. T. Leary, 12. S. Hicks, 13. A. Burner, 
14. P, Thomas, 15. U. Lose, 16. M. Head, 17. R. Johnson, 18. V. Topping, 19. T. Ball, 
20. J. Heim, 21. R. Bush, 22. D. Phillips, 23. B. Piccarillo, 24. S. Kully, 25. I. Talian, 
26. T. Dryven-V. Pres., 27. B. Aumiller, 28. B. Lang, 29. T. Logan, 30. VV. Wee, 
31. B. West, 32. R. Gawk, 33. S. Wright, 34. T. Nales, 35. B. Alexis, 36. F. Brown, 
37. M. Mun'h, 38. D. Spedden, 39. C. Nehisli, 40. M. Bandito, 41. J. Anderson, 42. J. 
Pesti, 43. B. Aesop, 44. M. Burns-See., 45. B. England, 46. J. Hogg, 47. C. Sanders, 
48. C. Skeen, 49. B. Bart, 50. S. Lavoris, 51. R. Barrow, 52. V. McKewin, 53. C. 
Sabetelli— Pres., 54. X. Masstri, 55. O. Goose. 




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1. C. Grimaldi, 2. A. Braverman, 3. B. Farquhar, 4. J. Gladstone, 
5. C. Blackman, 6. R. Denham, 7. B. Phillips-Sec, 8. J. Lusby- 
Pres., 9. S. Earle-V. Pres., 10. E. Reese-Treas., 11. C. Schaefer, 
12. J. Sisson, 13. M. Wilson, 14. P. Hoffman, 15. R. Spoalman, 
16. T. Bell, 17. M. Wilson-Steward, 18. D. Danth, 19. R. Scherer, 
20. A. Stillwell, 21. P. Duliinsky-Honse ManaRer, 22. H. Schvvane- 
kamp, 23. L. Mayhcw, 24. P. Krichten, 25. J. Walker, 26. T. 
Laudicina, 27. C. Gladstone, 28. R. Ihiidris, 29. E. Fraunfelter. 



254 



SIGMA 



PHI 




DELTA 



I. M. Piiscol, 2. S. Jeweler, 3. M. Kleiman, 4. J. Friedman— House Manager, 5. L. Hirshen- 
son, 6. A. Slan-V, Pres., 7. S. Reemer, 8. J. Anshel, 9. S. Kricger, 10. J. Roth-Treas 

II. R. Lund, 12. S. Coburn, 13. R. Freed, 14. J. Rosenberg, 15. B. Rappaport, 16 B. 
Blavatt, 17. F. Hollman, 18. II. Ka.s.s, 19. N. Katz, 20. B. Wohl, 21. S. Berenson 22 E. 
Ubemian, 23. D. Blond, 24. N. Levitt, 25. M. Dreyer, 26, B. Sandler, 27. P. Radler-Pres. 
28. B. Gerskov, 29. R. Weintraub, 30. J. Kornhauser-Sweetheart, 31. B. Kaizen 32 P 
Lamb, 33. D. Elstein, 34. L. Creenfeld, 35. B. Aivalikles, 36. S. Yanovich, 37. D. Colten 
38. N. Su^ar, 39. A. Colden, 40. S. Fofjel, 41. D. Sie>;al, 42. S. Creene, 43. L. Walker-Sec, 
44. P. Blinken, 45. D. Jacobs-Pledgemaster, 46. M. Binderman, 47. D. Huff 48. J. Good- 
man, 49. S, Comber^, 50. R. Fcland, 51. J. Saladin, 52. T. Sobol, 53. A. J. Silverman 
54. L. Nevvelt, 55. S. Brody, 56. Kelly, 57. P. Gnatt, 58. D. Cvpes, 59. M. Taffel 60 D 
Naftaly, 61. S. Edelman, 62. J. Hertz, 63. J. Segall, 64. A. Sirlin, 65. S. Brodsky, 66. S. 
Zaritsky, 67. J. Sperling, 68. D. Brenner, 69. R. Barskey, 70. G. Maslin, 71. H. Kalish, 
72. R. Posner, 73. B. Aserkoff, 74. D. Katz. 





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1. S. Miller, 2. H. Murphy, Jr., 3. C. Bogley, 4. C. Cxiven, Jr., 5. F. Catano, 6. D. KinR-Pres. 
lOfiS; 7. D. Ca.scy-Pres. 1967; 8. C. Yotint-PledKe Inductor 1967, 9. W. Niziolek-PledRe In- 
ductor 196S, 10. C. Kniyht, Ir.-Chapter Advi.sor, 11. E. Becker, 12. H. Gannon, Jr., 13. M. Gro- 
l)akcr, 14. J. Mathews III, 1.5. J. Morris-Sentinel 1968, 16. J. Hyatt-llou.se Manager 1968, 17. 
D. Armstron;;, 18. B. Mcllunh, 19. M. Mesmer-V. Pres. 1968, 20. J. Myers, 21. F. Gavvlick, 22. 
J. Silva, 23. A. Brzostowski, 24. G. Mangum, 25. W. Brewster, 26. T. Jackman. 







1. L. Reichel, 2. B. Cooper, 3. B. Segal, 4. E. Mandel, 5. P. Simon, 6. S. Naden, 7. L. 
Narcisenfeld, 8. R. Laniado, 9. M. Fruchtbaum, 10, J. Wasserman, 11. M. Davies 12 D 
Picon, 13. B. Sibler-Scribe, 14. M. Myberg-V. Archon, 15. B. Dubnofl-Archon 16 N 
Auerbach-Bursar, 17. J. Lev-Tribune, 18. G. Lang, 19. E. Caniby, 20. L. Zclkowitz, 
21. M. Feldman, 22. S. Flax, 23. A. Bloomfileld, 24. J. Wilner, 25, I. Shulman, 26. E. Levin, 
27. C. Miller, 28. S. Scher, 29. Mrs. E. Freehof-Hoiisemother, 30 J. Rochchild, 41. D Bass 
-Pledge Mistress, 32. E. Bomstein, 33. A. Bloom, 34. B. Lerner, 35. K. Robinson, 36. S. 
Kramer, 37. S. Teichman,, 38. E. Winkler, 39. M. Gordan, 40. E. Kaplan 41 M Bisker 
42. B. Kolodner, 43. L. Wolke, 44. S. Falck, 45. P. Samit, 46. H. Harkvey, 47. J. Miller' 
48. M. Brenner, 49. S. Kandell, 50. P. Weil, 51. C. Levin, 52. D. Goran, 53. B. Brounsteini 
54. B. Unger, 55. L. Sugamian, 56. H. Schreiber, 57. E. Gordon, 58. T. Leibowitz, 59. l! 
Tellis, 60. S. Gliekstein, 61. B. Isrow, 62. J. Warranch, 63. G. Bassin, 64. J. Rubenstein. 



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1. S. Sprague, 2. K. Kells-Pledge Trainer, 3. S. Hetzler-Treas., 4. K. 
Burke-Pres,, 5. M Downing, 6. L. Tucker, 7. S. Gillock, 8. K. McDonald- 
Corr. Sec, 9. D. Elliot, 10. G. Kiesel, 11. Mr.s. E. Duhois-Housemother, 
12. C. Langrall-V. Pres., 13. B. Slioi-maker, 14. L. Smith-Rec. Sec, 
15. K. Pollis, 16. C. VVhitaker, 17. K. Kerr, 18. J. Martin, 19. K. Lapp, 
20. J. Herron, 21. C. Wines, 22. S. Aksher, 23. B. Stevens, 24. K. Bowen, 
25. D. Towne, 26. K. Kelly, 27. S. Paulson, 28. D. Climokowski, 29. J. 
Hack, 30. N. Browning, 31. B. Baden, .32. D. Pringle, 33. L. Koonce, 
34. C. Albert, 35. P. Reed, 36. G. Coburn, 37. J. Masi, 38. C. Pszwaro, 
39. E. Barnard, 40. L. Falska, 41. P. LeRov, 42. G. Terry, 43. J. Warfield, 
44. B. Dunnavant, 45. D. Bidwell, 46. M. Kelley, 47. P. McAuley, 48. N. 
Ruskin, 49. J. Roda, 50. G. Reilly, 51. L. Urnis, 52. R. DuMont, 53. J. 
Kimball. 




258 



KAPPA 



PI 




ALPHA 




I. T. Shaner-Treas., 2. G. Petzold-Sec, 3. D. Walp-V, Pres., 4. J Combs 5 
D. McGlew, 6. E. Houff-Pres., 7. Ginger, 8. Mike, 9. E. Colbert, 10. T. Dunn 

II. C. Clark, 12. S. Loewinger, 13. B. Black, 14. J. Toomey, 15. B. Gipe' 
16. J. Bliffen, 17. D. FlemminK, 18. E. DrawbauKh, 19. J. Rutledge, 20. R. 
Buchman, 21. B. KoeniR, 22. J. Koodrich, 23. T. Tommasello, 24. M. Tanner 
25. D. Bolton, 26. B. VanAtta, 27. R. Forbes, 28. \V. Mann, 29. D Blidden 
30. A. Whittington, 31. T. Ferraro, 32. B. Mauldin, 33. M. Curtin, 34. S. Dorer 
35. S. Qjllin.son, 36. J. Knight, 37. D. Neily, 38. J. Reigner, 39. L. Jacksits^ 
40. P. Cooke, 41. P. Corcoran, 42. P. Ward, 43. P. Kratzer, 44. G. Miller 45. M. 
Stacy, 46. R. Klaii, 47. F. Flickinger, 48. B. Ollerhead, 49. B. Bransford, 50. J. 
Lund, 51. D. Rignanesc, 52. J. Mud, 53. B. Tymiuk, 54. M. Roberts, 55. T. Brown, 
56. B. Shockley, 57. J. Dodd, 58. R. Ritchie, 59. W. Metzbovver. 



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EPSILON 




1. D, Hoffman, 2. D. HoclRe, 3. B. Weart, 4. J. Rhodes, 5. F. MorRaii, 6. D. WriRht, 7. 
K. Johnson, 8. S. Eaton, 9. D. Quesenberry, 10. S. McNamara, 11. D. Rouhicr, 12. L. 
Chandler, 13. K. Henrv, 14. P. Boccia, 15. G. Shockley, 16. B. Henry, 17. D. Schniitt 
18. D. Aldrich, 19. D. Burch, 20. J. Saker.s-Social Chairman, 21. T. Aaron-Treas. 22 B 
Kirkwood, 23. J. Edwards, 24. J. Hackler, 25. C. Coddin^ton, 26. H. Sinclair, 27. D. Field- 
Pledge Trainer, 28. B. Parks, 29. C. Blische, 30. B. Lawrence, 31. M. Doyle, 32. J. Murphy, 
33. S. Gridley, 34. P. Padden, 35. D. Dobry-Steward, 36. B. Albrecht, 37. T. Toula, 
38. T. Thrasher, 39. J. Galbraith-Hou.semother, 40. F. Peterka, 41. D. Perry-House 
Manager, 42. D. Merritt, 43. A. Anthony, 44. B. Hoover, 45. D. Chamberlain, 46. B. 
Carlson, 47. C. Overton, 48. B. Hoover, 49. B. Meyers, 50. B. Mann 51. M Whalen 
52. R. Culbertson, 53. D. Cooper, 54. D. Hall, 55. B. Parker, 56. P. Lucas-Sec, 57. K. 
Peterson, 58. R. Race-Pres. 



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1. J. Tand, 2. M. Rosenker, 3. D. Mazer, 4. G. Ingber, 
5. S. Goldberg, 6. C. Lingus, 7. P. Selnick, 8. E. 
Nachlas, 9. B, Gross, 10. M. Sugar, 11. S. Emnier, 
12. R. Rombro, 13. D. Greenberg— Exchequer, 14. H. 
Kirk-Prior, 15. F. Glick-Recorder, 16. R. MiUer-V. 
Prior, 17. R. Galitz, 18. H. Zelkowitz, 19. S. Cohen, 20. 
B. Landes, 21. M. Snitzer, 22. B. Katz, 23. D. Butkus, 
24. S. Sydney, 25. D. Klein, 26. H. Heft, 27. M. Rosen- 
berg, 28. M. Tabackman, 29. G, Smith, 30. B. Gann, 
31. Y. Feldman, .32. S. Lessans, .33. J. Greenberg, 34. 
F. Silber, 35. B. Snyder, 36. R. Aldrich, .37. L. Silver- 
stein, 38. B. Roogow, 39. B. Froctbaum, 40. S. Mazer, 
41. H. Pinson, 42. S. Hoffman, 43. C. Porter. 




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SIGMA 




CHI 



1. B. Donaldson, 2. K. Harrington-V. Pres.. 3. T. Ferry-Pres., 4. A. Flower-Treas., 5. T. 
Waikart, 6. D. Nowaskey, 7. P. Zalesak, 8. ]. Weiler, 9. SiR-Mascot, 10. B. Jenkins, 11. F. 
Flower, 12. E. Sealover-Sec., 13. G. Gourtois, 14. A. Laird, 15, E. Sutton, 16. D. Gabriel, 
17. T. Faiilconer, 18. G. Boyd, 19. D. Oley, 20. G. Kepler, 21. F. Waikart-Pledge Trainer, 
22. D. MeCarthy, 23. B. Beachley, 24. B. Saunders, 25. B. Nicholas, 26. R. Bell, 27. P. 
Constantinides, 28. G. Cressnian, 29. J. Schoolfiekl, 30. E. Heether, 31. C. Burton, 32. 1. 
Dordal, 33. K. Gallacher, 34. S. Joyce, 35. I. Blizzard, 36. B. Perkins, 37. D. Bechtold, 
38. G. Tevis, 39. M. Martin, 40. R. Flanagan, 41. D. Zerbo, 42. T. Cunniff, 43. S. Page, 
44. J. Partin, 45. D. Sage, 46, S. McGrath, 47. K. Fay, 48. G. Auge, 49. J. Parker, 50, T. 
Dolan, 51. R. Gardner, 52. B. Berry, 53. B. Attinger, 54. D. Dubel, 55. R. Freeland, 56. M. 
Spitzer, 57. M. Datko, 58. D. Dybowski, 59, B. Randall, 60. M. Miller. 





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1. C. Tompakov-V. Pres., 2. A. Press, 3. R. Yudin-Corr. Sec, 4. J. Littman-Pres 5 R Lie- 
bemian-Treas., 6. M. Rubin, 7. J. Abelman, 8. S. Leonard, 9. T. Greenbaum 10 B Nacblas 
J^;.^;,"r"', ^^- ^' ^''''^^^' ^3- L- Van Grack-V. Pres., 14. B. Kessler, 15. D. Light-Sec. 16' 
T. Goldscheider, 17. P. Cohn, 18. S. Berkow, 19. J. Miller, 20. F. Sherr, 21 D Rudden 22 E 
Gann, 23. M. Cohen, 24. S. Feldman, 25. A. Scher, 26. L. Kempner, 27. C. Kremer 'SS M 
Abrams, 29. J. VVallach, 30. J. Schiller, 31. F. Baum, 32. M. Beris, 33. J. Silver .34 A Taylor' 
35. D. Levine, 36. D. Cohen, 37. E. Kauffman, 38. S. Goldberg, 39. M. Abraham 40 j' 
Snelnick, 41. D. Rubin, 42. R Carton, 43. D. Hill, 44. B. Gerwirtz, 45. M. Greenberg 46 
•L J^ S , ■■' ^'^- ^- Kemerow, 48. J. Winkler, 49. D. Polotnick, 50. A. Smith, 51. J, Tannenbaum 
52. S. Silverman, i>3. P. Sayre, 54. A. Rossoff, 55. C. Gerber, .56. S. Fanneroff, 57. G Greenberg 
58. A. Weinberg. 



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1. S. Brown-Treas., 2. L. Slifer-Soc. Chmn. 3. L. CiimininRs-2nd V. 
Pres., 4. S. Doak-Pres., 5. L. McCann-Rush Chmn., 6. B. Robinson- 
Corr. Sec., 7. M. Sippel-lst V. Pres., 8. B. MeUe, 9. S. Furtick, 10. 
J. Colleran, 11. P. Kadan, 12. B. Lomax, 13. A. Arena, 14. K. Bright, 
15. J. Devine, 16. L. Ritchie, 17. L. Burfiess, 18. L. Colsh, 19. A. 
Barton, 20. B. Mattingly, 21. L. Gninder, 22. ]. Smith, 23, D. Giauque, 
24. T. Harp, 25. G. D'Onofrio, 26. A. Holbrook, 27. S. Kacena, 28. 
P. Rhodes, 29. N. Douglas, 30. S. Husler, 31. K. Jones, 32. P. Kuhns, 
33. B. Parker, 34. A. Medbery, 35. N. McCullough, 36. J. Richstatter, 
37. M. Knight, 38. T. Truitt, 39. S. Gnmdy, 40. M. Phipps, 41. C. 
Schmick, 42. P. Lewis, 43. N. Neale, 44. K. Hause, 45. R. Smith, 
46. M. Gill, 47. S. Vance, 48. N. Kane. 



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SIGMA 




NU 



1. R. Koehler, Jr.-Pres., 2. G. Yetter, 3. E. Muvs-Mascot, 4. J. 
Blades, 5. E. Anthony, 6. M. Mclnturff, 7. P. Gately, 8. C. Tiedebohl, 
9. J. Harbour, 10. W. Moores— V. Pres., 11. A. Mazzaccarro, 12. L. 
Eason, 13. J. Hewlett, 14. J. Hannon, 15. T. Ray, 16. J. Sheya, 17. 
S. Christiansen, 18. T. Wilson, 19. G. Maynard, 20. R. Creager, 21. 
E. Plummer, Jr., 22. R. Kammer, 23. R. Carlson, 24. M. Schatz, 
25. T. Greshko, 26. D. Hartz, 27. J. Figard, 28. W. Loughery, Jr., 
29. D. Brumfield, 30. D. Cassidy, 31. J. Dykstra, 32. T. Rossi, 33. J. 
Bellas, 34. D. Flanagan, 35. R. Glesener, 36. D. Myers, 37. A. Ker- 
schensteiner, 38. M. Raff, 39. C. Kidd, 40. J. VonDreele, 41. W. Poole, 
42. R. Farrell. 




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SIGMA 




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1. G. Librick, 2. T. Evcritt, 3. G. Grecnnip-Pres.. 4. V. Hauler, 5. L. Burton, 6. B. Barker, 7. 
K. Gilbert, 8. T, Dutterer, 9. R. Anderson, 10. I. Zalutky, 11. A. Anhista.sy, 12. P. Ruhl-Sec, 13. 
S. Fryling, 14. R. Royce, 15. T. Doyle. 16. W. LonR, 17. E. Wilderson, 18. J. Er%vin, 19. D. 
Mintzez, 20. I. Book, 21. T. Moore, 22. J. Kelsey, 23. D. Skronskv, 24. A. Male, 25. D. Jones, 
26. R. Hahn, 27. B. Dodc, 28. L. Falkner, 29. E. Stamper, 30. W. Wolf, 31. R. McCrockin, 32. 
G. Laungan, 33. G. Guest. 




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1. D. Watson, 2. A. Smith, 3. T. 
Lesniewski, 4. J. Meara, 5. S, Gordon 
— Treas., 6. H. Eisenberg, 7. B. Mc- 
Coy-Pres., 8. R. Jarry, 9. B. Hoff- 
burger, 10. B. Sledz, 11. T. Florenz, 
12. B. Simmons-V. Pres., 13. D. 
Powers, 14. P. Vale, 15. B. Booberg, 
16. B. Houck, 17. B. Worral-Herald, 
18. J. Gold,stein, 19. E. Koch, 20. B. 
Bates-IFC Rep., 21. S. Cieplak-Sec, 
22. K. Holter, 23. R. Khig, 24. D. 
Denham, 25. B. Smith, 26. T. Sch- 
melzer, 27. J. Robertson, 28. T. Payne, 
29. D. Millikan. 




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1. p. Rubin, 2, J. Silver, 3. K. MaRidson, 4, M. Hinkes, 5. B. Lewis, 6. B. Green, 7. B. Schu- 
feld, 8. E. Decter, 9. S. Barsky, 10, H. Rosensueig, 11. L. Klompus, 12. A. Burke, 13. P. 
Sandler, 14. B. Abel, 15. Guest, 16. S. Milner, 17. B. Pinciis, 18. A. Bennett-Treas., 19. 
S. Sagman-V. Pres., 20. A. H. Metro-Pres., 21. G. Cooper-Scribe, 22. L. David-Pledge 
Warden, 23. J. Bobbins, 24. R. Waldman, 25. P. Bodner, 26. M. Lambert, 27. P. Sklar, 28. 
A. Fox, 29. S. Van Crack, 30. I. Blumcnthal, 31. D. Kahn, 32. B. Small, 33. A. SchaefFer, 34. 
F. Gordon, 35. J. Siskind, 36. M. Jacobs, 37. R. Levy, 38. A. Pollin, 39. S. Klein, 40. C. Schcr, 
41. J. Isner, 42. V. Mudrick, 43. J. Lissauer, 44. P. Bloom, 45, 1. Sumpkin, 46. N. Savitsk-y, 
47. R. Collier, 48. R. Lager, 49. S. Ro.sen, 50. S. Berkowitz, 51. H. Bomstein, 52. S. Vinicur. 





I. S. Diehl-Sweetheart, 2. R. Hun- 
sicker— V. Pres., 3. G. Capone— Pres., 
4. J. Connolly, 5. J. Dttz— Treas., 6. J. 
McCormick, 7. K. Gilead, 8. L. Meo- 
Martino, 9. L. Yocum, 10. C. Winfrey, 

II. J. Cassizzi, 12. L. Cannon, 13. J. 
Topfer, 14. D. Hardesty, 15. J. Pati- 
nella-Sec., 16. C. Tuerk, 17. M. Rade- 
baugh, 18. L. Rixham, 19. R. Baker, 
20. H. Owen, 21. J. DierinRer, 22. D. 
HofFerman, 23. J. Poffel, 24. W. Nahm, 
25. J. Amoult, 26. S. Maltese, 27. F. 
Wagner, 28. C. Holub, 29. G. Malloy, 
30. W. Sturm, 31. S. Maskol, 32. M. 
Welsh, 33. T. Sturm, 34. F. Wasuta, 
35. S. Stevens, 36. R. Walker, 37. R. 
Butera, 38. J. Pa.xton, 39. R. Mohlhen- 
rich, 40. C. Emerson, 41. J. Gessner, 
42. G. Goeller, 43. T. Johnson, 44. 
M. Warren, 45. K. Ford, 46. J. JCosten, 
47. A. Grace, 48. J. Connor, 49. M. 
Pavlos, 50. R. Spinella, 51. R: Knauer, 
52. J. Ayers, 53. C. Young, 54. G. 
Fowler. 




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1. R. Dubansky, 2 E. Shear, 3. M. Kalogris, 4. J. Rosen- 
berg, 5. W. Berger, 6. S. Kallins, 7. R. Lachman, 8. L. 
Flynn, 9. M. Freedman, 10. D. Rosenberg, 11. A. Brom- 
berg, 12. M. Yamiosky, 13. J. Brown, 14. S. Benjamin— 
V. Pres., 15. M. Sitnik-Sec, 16. A. Mann, 17. N. Rubin, 
18. L. Baris, 19. M. Huddleston-Housemother, 20. D. 
Berger, 21. D. Resnick, 22. M. Bass-Historian, 23. C. 
Goodman, 24. M. Janofsky, 25. R. Rubin, 26. B. Gins- 
berg, 27. R. Lamb-Pres., 28. A. Rottman-Treas., 29. J. 
Crystal, 30. N. Rothstein, 31. S. Sisgold, 32. D. Kuryk, 
33. B. Pearl, 34. J. Needel, 35. D. Rotner. 




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CHI 




I. J. Hodges, 2. E. Perry-Steward, 3. A. Boole, 4. B. Smith- 
House Manager, 5. J. Watson, 6. J. Crandle, 7. E. DeMattis— 
V. Pres., 8. P. Turowski, 9. B. Anderson-Treas., 10. T. Boose, 

II. Sam, 12. E. Schehr, 13. R. Knapp, 14. S. Dowling 15. R. 
Clark, 16. S. Smith, 17. C. Bright, 18. B. Varholy, 19. P. 
Tansey, 20. G. Alvord, 21. B. Murphy. 



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- 2ncl V. Pres., 3. L. Manar- 
in - 1st V. Pres., 4. T. Paul- 
inic — Sec, 5. Unknown, 6. 
M. Mesmer, 7. B. Gonzales, 
8. E. Fry, 9. G. Gosper, 10. 

A. Pincus, 11. G. Knight, 12. 
J. Sakers, 13. S. Moores, 14. 

B. Phillips, 15. J. Gonolly, 
16. Unknown, 17. Unknown, 
18. B. Stropp, 19. G. Money- 
penny, 20. M. Pyles, 21. B. 
Koehler, 22. B. Bace, 23. E. 



Houff, 24. M. Ehitter, 25. 
D. Morris, 26. J. Both, 27. 
S. Colbourne, 28. B. Gollier, 
29. H. Metro, 30. G. San- 
taniello, 31. A. Georgelakos, 
32. G. Gapone, 33. A. Whit- 
tington, 34. P. Buehl 35. 
G. Greenip, 36. B. Glarke, 
37. D. Kayne, 38. S. Fried- 
man, 39. Unknown, 40. Un- 
known, 41. T. Samaras, 42. 
Unknown. 



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PANHELLENIC 



Front Bow: P. Kuhns, L. Harrison, N. Knauff (cult, chmn.), J. Davis (treas.), J. Pelecanos (pres.), N. Stein (rush chmn.), S. Martin, J. 
Kratz (sec). Second Row: M. Phipps, S. Cassidy, J. Ireland, P. Vaneiff, K. Burke, S. Foster, B. Reynolds, B. St. Clair, S. Pollara, M. 
Litwin. Third Row: N. McDowall, D. Casel, B. Holland (hist.), C. Sterling, T. Price, F. Tzanis, D. Pringle, G. Kiesel, J. Lev, G. Lang. 
Fourth Row: S. Doak, B. Holstead, D. Onofrio (const, chmn.), B. Miller, K. Callahan, L. Oursler, E. Barney, S. Lazarr, J. Cehriager, 
C. Walker (act. chmn.). 





DIAMOND 



Sorority Women's 

Honorary 



1st Row: Left to right; O. Harrison, L. Smith - treas., S. Pollara - V.P., S. Foster - 
Pres. P. Voneiff. 2nd Row: J. Royce, D. Matejko, S. Cassidy, K. Kells, K. Burke, B. 
Bondy. 3rd Row: E. Barney, D. Howe, S. Richards, D. Daudelin, B. Reynolds, D. Jones, 
B. St. Claire. 4th Row: J. Davies, K. Callanan, S. Hightower, S. Montgomery, P. Fuller, 
M. Gemmell, N. Knauff. 5th Row: N. Stein, A. Barton, N. McDowell, E. Lawless, 
M. Sippel, C. Machis, C. Sacks. Not pictured: P. Maccubbin, P. Randolph. 



KALEGATHOS Fraternity Men's Honorary 



1. S. Friedman, 2. D. Perry, 3. T. Pavlinic, 4. 
B. Pincus, 5. E. Houff, 6. B. Koehler, 7. E. 
Fry, 8. G. Ehinsten, 9. L. Manarin, 10. T. 
Aaron, 11. J. Fleischer, 12. J. Harrington, 13. 

A. Gevrogelakos, 14. B. Ritter, 15. C. Knight, 
16. J. Lusby, 17. S. Sagman, 18. J. Clements, 
19. T. Ferry, 20. R. Lamb, 21. C. Moran, 22. 

B. Hinkle, 23. S. Koenigsburg, 24. G. Capone, 
25. G. Moneypenny, 26. D. Casey, 27. T. 
Clarke, 28. J. Andrew, 29. P. Buckley. 





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a new secret society was bom at the University of Mary- 
land. Identified by the letters "ttxT," the group initially 
was established along the philanthropic lines of the Uni- 
versity of Virginia's prominent and super-secretive "Seven 
Society" for male leaders. 

Three primary and obvious diflFerences between the 
two societies have emerged since the 4T's inception, how- 
ever. Rather than limiting its membership to seven men, 
Maryland's 4T male leader membership fluxuates. At its 
founding they numbered 20. Today, its membership is 
slightly smaller. In addition, the Terrapin group expanded 
its objectives beyond that of philanthropic exercise to in- 
clude the publication of a periodic newsletter of socio/ 
political/editorial commentary "for the betterment of the 
student body" that is delivered imaginatively at all hours 
of the day and night. Finally, the 4T's also have their own 
social events — without revealing the nature of the occasion 
to their dates or guests. 



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have continued to involve themselves in good works such 
as the purchasing of clothing and food for orphanages and 
needy families at Christmas and Easter. All their contri- 
butions are made with anonymity and a mysterious flair. 
All operating funds for their diverse activities are secured 
from membership dues and contributions. 

As from the start, 4T men are always Greeks anl campus 
leaders. Naturally, the identity of each member is kept 
secret, and to insure their privacy and "safety," the 4T's 
conduct their formal business meetings and social functions 
off campus. Their publication, the content and tone of 
which have changed considerally in recent years, is also 
printed elsewhere. 

Maryland's 4T group was formed in 1956 after the Uni- 
versity administration disbanded the Gate and Key So- 
ciety for its flagrant opposition to President Elkins' "no 
booze on campus" dictum. In 1967-1968, the 4Ts remain 
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Left to Right: First Row: E. Reese, L. John- 
son, H. Zeigler, J. Clements (co-chmn.), G. 
Capone (co-chmn.), J. Lusby, T. Ball. Second 
Row: G. Petzold, D. Ottenrider, L. Yocum, G. 
Walton, D. Eisner, F. Gordon, G. Greenip, M. 
Kovach, B. Carlson, P. Diibinsky. Third Row: 
P. Buckley, G. Tevis, B. Phillips, D. Morris, 
J. Sakers, S. VanCrack, J. Deitz, J. Schoolfield, 
C. Tuerk, J. Deckman, R. Hunsicker, R. Deckert, 
R. Pincus, R. Koehler, R. Collier, L. Piie, T. 
Sohol, E. Crawford, S. Moores, J. Roth, H. 
Vinyard, B. Farrell, Fourth Row: B. McCoy, 
S. Sagman, G. Cosper, P. Rader, E. Fry, G. 
Diakoulas, L. Rixam, A. Georgelakos, J. Kou- 
souris, T. Shaner, E. Becker, J. Connolly. 



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In the 75 year football history of Maryland, no team 
ever had a season like the one endured by the 1967 
gridmen. In losing all nine of their games, they suffered 
through the worst season ever for a Terp football squad. 

Truly, this was a team of destiny. While the 1967 
Terps were not a very strong team, neither were they 
a very lucky one. From beginning to end, fate seemed to 
guide the Terps. 

This was a team that was deserted by its coach, Lou 
Saban, late in December, 1966, and had to adjust to a 
new head mentor for the second consecutive year. This 
was a team that had one of its easiest opponents, George 
Washington, drop football a few months before the 
season began. This was a team that had its All-.\merican 
quarterback candidate, Alan Pastrana, injured in spring 
practice, thus out for the season. 

The season began in Norman, Oklahoma, with the 
Sooners taking the opening kickoff and marching for a 
touchdown. It ended in Byrd Stadium with the Mary- 
land defensive unit futilely chasing a Virginia quarter- 
back in his backfield as the clock — and the season — 
ran out. 

For coach Bob Ward, it was a year of frustration. 
In his attempt to break a losing streak that had reached 
13 by the season's end, he tried everything from per- 
sonnel changes (five quarterbacks in one year) to magic 
(red helmets in the season's final game). Nothing 
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For the players, especially seniors like defensive 
captain Jim Lavrusky, Billy Van Heusen, Pat Baker, 
Art Brzostowski, Ralph Donofrio, Fred Gawlick, Bob 
Haley, Tom Myslinski, Lou Stickel, Tony Santy, and 
Chuck Tine, this was a season of hard work without the 
reward of a single victory. 

Individually, the offense was led by Rick Carlson, 
who scored 28 points in his role as placekicker and end. 
He also led the team in receptions with 24. Junior Bill 
Lovett retained the team rushing title, gaining 499 
yards, while Jim Sniscak was the most effective passer 
with 26 completions in 43 attempts for 287 yards. Sopho- 
more Chuck Drimal was the statistical leader with 54 
completions in 123 attempts for 669 yards. 

The most outstanding of the defensive performers 
were Lavrusky and Wally Stalnaker. Stalnaker led the 
team in interceptions while Lavrusky, a star all year, 
played what Ward called "one of the finest individual 
games I've ever seen" against Syracuse, making 18 indi- 
vidual tackles and assisting in nine others. 

Despite the good performances, the Terps were 
unable to make it into the winner's column. Perhaps 
their best game came against powerful Syracuse, when 
the Orangemen were held to a 7-3 win. There were 
only two other contests in which the Terps came mthin 
two touchdowns of their opponent. 

Having hit the low point of its footbaU history, 
Maryland clearly is hoping that 1967 marked the 
"end of an era" — one that has seen five non-winning 
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Front Row: Stickel, Donofrio, Brzostowski, Cawlick, Lavmsky, Baker, 
Grace, SUibljar, Kirschensteiner, Kane, Tomcho, Gillespie, Carlson, 
Van Hensen, Bach, Torain. Second Row: Pearson, Imphong, Lawrence, 
Kubany, Tine, Dutton, Gareis, Kecman, Plevin, Lovett, Bowman, 
Bracken, Brant, Haley. Third Row: Mylinski, Newly, Flaherty, Foran, 
Pema, Olecki, Stull, Fades, Pancza, Swan, Sonntag, Stalnaker, Morten- 



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sen, Drimal. Fourth Row: Vince, Callahan, MacBride, Baltaglia, 
Sullivan, Benedetti, Sniscak, Corburn, Sabol, Gebhardt, Grant, Fitz- 
Patrick, Ciamber. Fifth Row: Lions, Boston, Dill, Stec, Brannon, 
Miloszewski, Armstrong, Yakapovich, Friedgen, Demczuk, DiOrio, 
McCamant. Sixth Row; Fry, Montero, Steimle, Justice, Head Coach 
Ward, Kern, Jorge, Hawkins, D'Orazio, Steigleder, Mettler. 



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SOCCER 

Coacli Doyle Royal said before the 
start of this soccer season that "the num- 
ber one goal for the 1967 squad would 
be to make the NCAA national tourna- 
ment." Early in the season The Terp 
hooters showed that they had taken 
the Coach's words to heart as they de- 
feated N. C. State, Howard, Virginia, 
Catholic University, and Georgetown in 
rapid succession. After this quick start, 
the team travelled to Penn State to face 
the Nittany Lions. The trip north proved 
to be a journey into tlie Lion's den as in- 
clement weather, injuries, and some poor 
officiating hampered the Terp's play. 
In a rough contest, the Marylanders were 
held to a 2-2 tie, but this partial setback 
was only a slight detour on the Maryland 
victory road. 

The only blemish on the hooter's rec- 
ord came at the hands of that perpetual 
Terrapin baiter. Navy, who defeated the 
team by a score of 2 to 1. The key day 
in the hooter's season came on Novem- 
ber 13, when Royal's forces captured both 
the ACC Title and a bid to the national 
soccer tournament. 

This year's team, which featured a bal- 
anced scoring attack and tight defense, 
carried a 9-1-1 record into their first- 
round tournament contest with powerful 
Michigan State. State downed the hard- 
fighting Terps by a score of 4-1 in a 
contest which was much closer than the 
'score would indicate. The Maryland 
cause was hampered because two impor- 
tant freshman players, Mike Walker and 
Al Emminizer, were ineligible due to an 
outmoded NCAA rule which, ironically, 
was changed by the athletic association's 
governing board after the season was 
over. 

The top scorer on the squad was Larry 
Ruhs, but Bob Connor and Ted Swie- 
conek also provided a strong scoring 
punch. Senior co-captain Mike Rioux 
provided the leadership and steadiness 
which is essential to any closely knit 
team, while All-American Alvaro Biten- 
court consistently was able to produce 
the game-saving type of spectacular play. 




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Weimers, Ruhs. Third Row: Coach Royal, Arnold, Richardson, Salfeety, Lillian, Walker, Delvecchio, Swieconek, Bodner, Rotondo, McAllister. 




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BASKETBALL 

The Atlantic Coast Conference has often been de- 
rided by some local sports writers because of the poor 
caliber of league competition in football, but this type 
of criticism certainly should not be applied to the ACC 
1967-68 basketball race. This year, the Conference was 
one in which two teams were ranked in the top ten 
nationally. Several other colleges in the Conference also 
fielded formidable "fives". 

First year head coach Frank Fellows said before the 
start of this year's basketball season that the fans should 
not expect too much from this edition of the Terp roimd- 
ballers. Fellows felt that this would be a rebuilding year 
since Maryland's schedule pitted a young squad against 
some of the toughest teams in the nation. His words 
proved prophetic in several ways as the team struggled 
to an 8-15 regular season record while meeting ACC 
powerhouses Duke and North Carolina and such outstand- 
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the opening game when Maryland dropped a 76-71 decision 
to Penn State after a surprisingly poor shooting night. The 
shooting doldrums continued to plague the Marylanders as 
the season wore on and after 11. games, it was beginning to 
look as though the basketball team would suffer through 
a season even more disastrous than the one that had been 
suffered by the football squad. Due to an unusual schedul- 
ing arrangement, the Terp hoopsters found themselves 
continuously on the road during a large part of the season. 
Their sojourn far from the friendly floorboards of Cole 
Field House took a heavy toll and the final away game 
tally for the season stood at 1 win and 12 losses. Even the 
single victory was in a sense a local success since it was a 
triumph over George Washington University at Fort Meyer, 
Virginia. The home record proved to be a much different 
matter as Maryland won the last four home games and 
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The trip south to the ACC Tournament at Raleigh 
provided one last opportunity for the team to add some 
sparkle to a generally mediocre season, but the spectre of 
the Maryland road record seemed to hover in the back- 
ground as an omen of ill fortune. The Terps faced N. C. 
State in the opening round of the tournament and were 
hoping to avenge two regular season losses to the Wolf- 
pack. In a game in which both teams appeared to be 
suffering from chronic cases of the "tournament jitters", 
the Marylanders came up on the short end of 
the score after hitting only 31.7 per cent from the field. 
The Terps' loss to N. C. State marked the eighth time in 
the last ten years that a Maryland basketball squad has 
failed to advance past the first round of the ACC's annual 
basketball extravaganza. 

Although the 1967-68 final record of 8 wins and 16 
losses was not the kind of tally that Frank Fellows had 
hoped for in his first year as head coach, there were 
several bright spots . . . The play of senior co-captains 
Rich Drescher and Bill Jones provided consistent leader- 
ship and key baskets at several crucial points during the 
late season home stand. John Avery was the most effective 
shooter with a 47 per cent accuracy from the field while 
Pete Johnson led the team in scoring. The most promising 
development for the future of M.U. basketball was the 
outstanding play of sophomores Rod Horst, Tom Milroy, 
and especially Will Hetzel whose 14 point plus scoring 
average and 184 rebounds were important factors in the 
team's winning efforts. 




Kneeling: Avery, MacDonald, Jones, Drescher, Johnson, Brown, Yoho. Standing 
Labonia, Milroy, Assistant Coach Young, Mettler. 



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Front row: Mulligan, Terrill, VanNuys, Baker, Reese, Amoult, Paxton, 
Bilotte, Pronti. Second row; Haan, Fletcher, Webster, Novak, Kline, 
Callahan, Gilead, Yocum, Nichols. TTiird row: Stumpff, Rutledge, Dalge- 
wicz, Umberger, Zachmann, Stanley, Sample, Buckley, Sinibaldi; Coaches 
Krouse, Thomas, Schleicher. 



Varsity wrestling continues to be a focal point in the 
winter sports scene at the University of Maryland. Under 
the able tutorship of Head Coach William E. "Sully" 
Krouse, in his 20th year as wrestling coach at the University, 
the Terp grapplers have consistently turned in a winning 
record. 

The current season began with the Terp matmen 
journeying to New London, Connecticut, for the U.S. 
Coast Guard Academy tournament. Maryland walked 
away from the meet with the top prize, which seemed 
indicative of a highly successful season. The new year 
opened at Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, where the Terps met 
the Lehigh Engineers, thereby embarking on an im- 



pressive schedule of matches which included Penn State, 
Navy, Army, and Pittsburgh. Atlantic Coach Conference 
opponents included Virginia, North Carolina, Duke, and 
North Carolina State. Within the ACC, the Terps have 
compiled an enviable all-time conference record of 80 
wins against 6 losses, a record which bears witness to the 
excellence in coaching of Sully Krouse and his competent 
assistants. 

This year's squad, although losing several members 
through graduation, had much experience and ability in 
its returning sophomores and juniors, and upheld the Terp 
wrestling tradition, by employing a volatile combination 
of desire, drive, strength, and skill. 




On first reflection it might seem that a digital computer 
and a college swimmer would have little in common. But 
Maryland Swimming Coach Bill Campbell with the aid of 
senior Joe Wechsler this year welded Campbell's Competi- 
tive Swimming Index to the University's 6.5 million dollar 
IBM 7094 computer. 

The CSI system assigns a single index number to the 
ability of the individual swimmer in each of the four racing 
strokes and indicates the average number of seconds that 
the individual ranks above the nation's best time. The sys- 
tem has stirred world-wide interest and has come into in- 
creasing use on the high school and college level through- 
out the United States. 

It is not at all surprising that Coach Campbell was the 
developer of this innovative system for evaluating swim- 
ming ability. His sharp mind and keen coaching sense have 
already been demonstrated by the enviable record of 116 
wins against 28 losses which his Maryland swimming teams 
have compiled in the 12 years that Coach Campbell has 
been resident swimming mentor at College Park. 



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meet tank season that Campbell's squads have ever 
achieved, finishing wifth a record of 12 and 1. The tankmen 
won handsomely against most of their opponents. Their 
only defeat in dual competition came at the hands of N. C. 
State by a score of 66-47. Led by seniors Bruce Alston, 
Phil Denkevitz, Bill Dranginis, Jim Hill, V. J. Meleski, 
Doug Springer, co-captains Dave Dodge and Wayne Paw- 
lowski, and a talented group of underclassmen including 
Mike Golub, Dave Heim, Dennis Imondi, and Joe Schwart- 
zel, the Terp tankmen submerged strong teams such as 
Duke, Navy, and North Carolina. The team's strength was 
appreciably increased by an effective diving contingent 
composed of Bob Rydze, Ron Hoffman, and Don Dolce. 
Its depth, which had been a strong point, suffered consid- 



Front Row: Barr, Reid, Metz, Rydze, Hoffman, Etolce, Painter, Levenson. 
Second Row: Prechtel, Vielhaber, Golub, Dodge, Pawlowski, Schwartzel, 
Polk, Springer, Coach Campbell. Third Row: Coach Jennings, Hill, Karol, 
Balaban, Smith, Meleski, V. Draganis, Sikorski, Rechel, Schoeck. Fourth 
Row; Marcks, Schaefer, Berigtold, Meleski, S. Heim, Pinkerton, Salkind, 
Imondi, Denkevitz. 



erably after the loss of All-American Phil Denkevitz in January 
upon the completion of his varsity eligibility. 

The Terps wound up the regular season in third position na- 
tionally and were co-favorites with N. C. State in the ACC 
Tournament. The team's performance in this meet was disappoint- 
ing as they slipped to fourth place, finishing behind N. C. State, 
North Carolina, and South Carolina. Three swimmers hoped to re- 
coup this temporary reversal in the NCAA Finals in Hanover, 
New Hampshire at the end of March. 




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To the unitiated, the name Jim Kehoe 
may not mean a great deal, but track 
enthusiasts know that for the University 
of Maryland Kehoe means TRACK 
POWER. Coach Kehoe in 1967 again 
demonstrated that rigorous training, top 
athletes, and excellent coaching are an 
unbeatable combination as his charges 
brought the Atlantic Coast Conference 
track crown to Maryland for the twelfth 
consecutive year. This year's squad, al- 
though hampered by a string of injiuies 
to such key men as Frank Costello, Tom 
Gagner, Ed Marks, and Bruce Carson, 
showed the strength and depth which 
are essential to any successful team, and 
forged to another undefeated season. 

The Kehoe magic seems to roll along 
no matter what the season, and this fall 
when the Sunday duffers gave up the 
fairways and woods of the University 
Golf Course to the harriers on Coach 
Kehoe's cross country circuit, the Mary- 
land victory string continued. The cross 
country team, led by standout runners 
Dave Stames, John Amoss, and Ernie 
O'Boyle, rolled to another undefeated 
season while posting a record of 6-0. 




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Front Row: Prevar, Matthews, Henry, Nawrocki, Dull, White, Khne, Hunter, Bickley, Koester, Starnes, Prevar; Second Row: Stevenson, Patterson, 
Lockard, Carson, Donahue, Thompson, Washburn, Betts, Beauchamp, Amoss, Jacobs, Dcfibaunh; Third Row: Coach Don Smith, Cuner, Lee, Jones, 
Meehan, Wejteck, Merritt, Angevine, Stevens, O'Keefe, Minarik, Buonviri, Coach Jim Ruckert; Fourth Row: Coach Nick Kovalakides, Murray, 
Marks, Delmer, Yandell, Warfield, O'Boyle, Socha, Clepper, Parsons, Head Coach Jim Kehoe. 





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LACROSSE 

When the North American Indians put together some sticks, netting, and 
a hard wood ball, to invent the game of lacrosse, they could have had no idea 
that in the 20th century lacrosse would find a permanent home near the shores 
of the Chesapeake Bay. That is exactly what happened, and at Maryland, La- 
crosse has become one of the major "happenings' on the University's sports scene. 

The 1967 Terp lacrossemen proved themselves to be equal to the task of 
maintaining the Maryland lacrosse tradition, and finished the season in a three- 
way tie for the 'national championship' while compiling a record of nine victories 
against one defeat. The team was charged up and ready for action beginning 
with the first whistle of the season and within a few weeks had chalked up five 
straight victories. After this impressive start, the Terps faced their old nemesis 
Navy at the Academy. The game proved to be a typical Terp-Middie struggle 
and the issue was in doubt until the final gun. The Terps, perhaps suffering 
from the loss of All-American defenseman Alan Pastrana who sustained a knee 
injury the day before the big game, fell behind by six in the first half. The team 
never gave up, however and led by the spirit and ability of the likes of Jack 
Heim (All-American senior attack) the Marylanders closed the gap and almost 
pulled the game out, although finally going down to defeat by a score of 10 to 8. 
At the time, this loss seemed to preclude the possibility of a national champion- 
ship, but fortune decided otherwise when Johns Hopkins defeated Na\'y. The 
Maryland team, having already captured another Atlantic Coast Conference title, 
now had an opportunity to share the national crown if they could overcome 
Hopkins in the final game of the season. 

On Saturday, May 20, 1967, Maryland faced Johns Hopkins at Byrd Stadium 
before one of the largest crowds ever to witness a lacrosse match at the Uni- 
versity. The character and class of the Maryland players was ably demonstrated 
by their performance under the tremendous pressure of this must' game. When 
the final score was tallied, the Terp lacrossemen were victorious and had pro- 
vided a fitting capstone (a share in the national championship) to a most 
successful Maryland lacrosse season. 




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Front Row: Himmelfarb, Greenawalt, Laverty, Heim, Catalano, Lowe, Sbarra, 
DfHoust, Badger, Stewart, Pfeiffer. Second Row; Rowe, Mintzer, LaVaute, Scheffer, 
Freeman, Pellicia, Pettit, Howe, Vander Schiiyt, Mallon, Leimbach. Third Row: 



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Bonde, Graham, Meninger, Szcerbicki, Diestch, Zaranski, Griffin, Bosley, Bresee, 
Casper, Hinkle, Gannon. Fourtli Row: Phillips, FeUer, Becker, Vurfest, Pastrana, 
Leahy, Morgan, Daily, Grau, O'Rourke, Carter, Coach Howard, Asst. Coach Smith. 




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BASEBALL 



Baseball at the collegiate level may never realize 
the gate receipts that many of the other sports do, but 
at MaPi'land in the last few years students and sports 
fans alike have watched a sport, a team, and a coach 
come of age. Led by such intangibles as "desire," "hard 
work," and "constant practice," Maryland's diamond- 
men under Head Coach Jack Jackson have served 
notice on the other Atlantic Coast Conference teams 
that they are a force to be reckoned with. 

After failing to retain their first ACC title with a 
mediocre 11-12 season in 1966, the Terps opened the 
1967 season with mixed emotions yet achieved excellent 
results. WTiile fielding some twelve lettermen and six- 
teen sophomores, Maryland easily disposed of 12 of 
their first 13 opponents. At this point, ill fortune stn.ick, 
and bad weather forced the Terrapins to cancel an 
important series of prepatory games before their stretch 



drive for the title against "Tobacco Road" opponents. 
The trip south was a disappointment, and the slumping 
Terps were flat when they faced title contender Clemson 
in a crucial doubleheader at College Park. The Mar}'- 
land squad dropped both ends of the doubleheader to 
Clemson, and after having made such an impressive 
start, the Maryland nine had to settle for second place 
in the Conference while finishing the season with a 
strong 12-6 record. Even though the team failed to 
regain the title, it was not unheralded. It had batted 
a nifty .272 overall and had smashed out 16 home 
runs, while in the pitching department, sophomore Tom 
Bradley joined junior Mark Harris to post an 11-4 mark. 
To top off a successful season, sophomore Jolin Hetrick 
was awarded All-America honors for his performance 
as Teip centerfieider. 



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Front Row: Sclafani, Sauve, Richards, Bottoms, Flynn, Reed. Second Row; Corddry, Hetrick, Hillensland, Crowley, Compton, Simpson, Petrilik, 
RoKosky. Third Row: Wright, Smith, Kazmerak, Hopkins, Herson, Ferrell, Stopp, Bon Vardo, Fourth Row: Davis, Camera, Manz, Prange; 
Standing: Coach Jackson, Bradley, Frost, Nuzzo, McKay, Harris. 




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TENNIS 




Front Row: Schaeffer, Kready, Harrington, Werchen. Second Row: Coach Royal, Meyer, Millikan, Kleiner, Stern, 
Rickman. 



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Kneeling: Zink, Ziobro, Van de Hey, Olson, Micka. Standing: Freshman Coach Scales, Bartos, Willard, Captain Bartolec, 
de Lozier, Medlin, Calfee, Moore, Coach Rodenhaver. 





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A student spends a major portion of his college 
career attempting to influence his environment. 
Some students organize events, others supplement 
their studies by participating in major club ac- 
tivities, and still others work toward improving 
their environment by trying to influence univer- 
sity policy on academics or social regulations. 

The results from such efforts may be as fatal 
as they are fortunate. There is a full and enjoy- 
able social calendar, affording tremendous op- 
portunities for cultural and intellectual stimu- 
lation outside the classroom. University policies 
change, however slowly, to meet today s norms. 
Yet some events fail . . . socially, financially and 
intellectually. Much time and effort is spent 
on projects which see little or no progress. 

To the individual involved in the mechanics 
and leadership, however, effort represents more 
than a desire to improve an environment. It is 
the joy of hopes and pkms of the things to come. 
It is the drudgery of day to day administrative 
details; some of value, some not. It is the empty 
feeling of having to turn down projects for lack 
of money. It is the frustration of not having 
enough manpower to get things done. It is the 
proverbial happiness of success and the agony 
of failure. 

Is it all worth it? You sometimes wonder. 
But the answer is inevitably: Yes. For the joy is 
in the striving, and although you may not realize 
all your goals, the sum of your efforts equals 
progress. 

/orr\ /H^^n^Jlp,.^:,^^.^ 

President, SGA 





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Front Row: L. Moore, adviser; J. Pelecanos, v. pres.; E. Ewing, pres; M. Litwin, sec; K. Burke, treas.; K. Walsh. Back Row: J. Kratz, 
Light, K. Roberts, C. Montgomery, G. Copozzalo, M. Sneider, S. Foster, B. linger, T. Cunningham, J. Prouty, L. Lawson, K. Hansen. 



D. 



AWS 
SGA ELECTIONS BOARD 



Seated: J. Howard, R. Dawson, L. Myerberg, W. Albrecht, chmn.; R. Laniado, sec; T. Ferry, R. Ullrich, treas.; M. Melson. Standing: B. Himel- 
farb, T. Toula, J. Bruin. 




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MEN'S 
COUNCIL 



Seated; F. Ricles, R. Perry, pres.; P. Braun, H. 
Strauss. Standing: D. Fisher, treas.; M. Ehitterer, 
sec; R. Pearson, v. pres. 



MEN'S LEAGUE 




Front Row: P. Buckley, C. Behymer, 
chief justice; C. Winfrey. Back Row: 
E. Wasserman, R. Freer, R. Dieterict, 
M. Policy, D. Bruther. 



JUDICIARY BOARD 



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PEOPLE 

to 
PEOPLE 




Front Row: S. EMehl, treas.; R. Powers, pres.; D. Blankinship., E. Cirillo, 
sec. Second Row; P. Grier, B. Moser, P. LaMotte, S. Corkran. Back Row: 
M. Loreman, G. Schuler. 



PEP COMMITTEE 



Front Row: S. McAfee, R. Paladino, C. Lyon, sec; D. Wells, co-chmn.; L. Baer, C. Eastlack, C. Johnson. Second Row: C. Pettit, S. 
Mangiapane, F. Landman, S. Neuwirth, D. Paladino, J. Willis, V. Roecker, B. Reinmuth, H. Henderson, R. Sellers, C. Day, J. Benney, 
P. Smith, K. Gould, L. Senasack. Back Row: W. Kirkpatrick, N. Willner, P. Smith, G. Woodworth, B. UUman, J. Snyder, S. Michelson, 
E. Webster, J. Siegel. 




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Front Row: T. Clarke, treas.; T. Aaron, pres.; Back Row: S. Podgur, legis.: J. Kratz, (AWS); T. Deniing, legis; B. ]. DubnofF, v. pres.; 
J. Orban, sec; L. VanGrack, legis. 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



Left to right: B. Bondy, legis.; S. Myerberg, legis.; S. Berenson, v. pres.; R. Lamb, pres.; S. Sagman, treas.; F. Ricles, men's league; L. 
Lawson, sec. 





Front Row: J, Gordon, legis.; P. Padden, men's league; D. Bunty, legis. Back Row: S. VanGrack, v. pres.; B. Attinger, treas.; 
T. Truitt, sec; I. Caplan, AWS; L. Reichel, legis.; J. Knox, legis. 



SOPHOMORE 

CLASS 

OFFICERS 



FRESHMAN 

CLASS 

OFFICERS 



Left to right; W. Myers, treas.; S. Pittman, pres.; R. 
Greenhouse, v. pres. 





Front Row: H. Metro, S. Mossburg, D, F. Rishel, advisor. Back Row; B. McHvigh, C. Marquardt, R. DeCuir, J. Saflel. Not 
pictured: M. Fagan. 



CENTRAL STUDENT COURT 



STUDENT TRAFFIC COURT 



Front Row: S. Gillock, W. Hackett, chief justice; J. Hack. Back Row: D. Devaney, M. Frotas, J. Goldstein, R. Eskow. 




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STUDENT UNION BOARD 



The Student Union Board exists to bring education, en- 
lightenment and enjoyment to the student when he is out- 
side the classroom. Under President Roy L. Eskow the 
Board broadened its scope in every respect this year to 
bring the best to the University of Maryland. 

The Performing Arts Committee expanded its program 
to present six shows this year which included such head- 
liners as the 5th Dimension, The Lettermen, The Tempta- 
tions, The Vibrations, and Judy Collins. Similarly, the 
Social Committee sponsored dances headed tliis year by 
The Lafayettes, The Van Dykes and niany more of the 
most popular bands in the Maryland-Washington area. 

The Student-Faculty Coffee Hours have served to bring 
the problem of current racial imrest into the limelight as 
well as introducing students to an outstanding Yoga en- 
thusiast and an excellent portrait artist. 

Finally, the Special Events Committee presented its an- 
nual International and Classical Film Series and the im- 
mensely popular "Play Pen," in which students performed 
and displayed the full talent of the University of Maryland. 



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1. D. Urban, v. pres.; 2. D. Casel, 3. V. Hertz, sec; 4. B. Kopit 
5. M. Gordon, treas.; 6. O. Basil, advisor; 7. D. Zinn; 8. B. Rosen 
berg; 9. R. Eskow, pres.; 10. H. Schreiber; 11. J. Miller; 12. J. Eteniel 
13. J. Waranch; 14. L. Roark; 15. E. Zirkind; 16. T. Leber; 17. J 
Brown; 18. N. MofFat; 19. K. Ingle; 20. L. Kreis; 21. E. Sapienza 
22. D. Weiser; 23. H. Zilber; 24. D. Zalucky; 25. C. Nyborg; 26. A 
Browner; 27. A, Schmidt; 28. D. Levinc; 29. D. Rudden; 30. D 
Polatnick; 31. F. Sherr; 32. D. Mulligan; 33. B. Kerman; 34. S. Wolf; 
35. P. McLean; 36. M. Seabreeze; 37. S. Weitzman; 38. B. Ullman 
39. M. Petrini; 40. F. Behlke; 41. E. Dutton. 




ROY L. ESKOW 

PRESIDENT, S.U.B. 




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CABINET 



1. K. Cooney, 2. C. Woods 
3. T. Courchen, 4. J. Fleis- 
cher, treas.; 5. T. Aaron, 6 
R. Lamb, 7. T. Dove, 8. S 
McGrath, 9. R. Perry, 10 
R. Fine, 11. T. Henderick- 
son, pres.; 12. B. McKenna, 
sec., 13. W. Landes, v. pres.; 
13. E. Ewing, 15. M. Hall 
16. J. Pelecanos. 



CULTURAL 
COMMITTEE 



Front Row: J. Wasserman, P. Randolph, P. Bis- 
choff, B. J. Dubnoff, chmn.; A. Bloomfield, sec. 
Back Row: S. Langfeld, treas.; C. Medeiros, H. 
Weinstein, D. Howe. 





Left to right: C. Carrick, T. Deming, E. Fry, asst. speaker; J. Rada, B. Bondy, S. Podger, D. Bunty, C. Montgomery, 
A. Scher, P. Breitner, C. Hock, R. Karpook, S. Myerberg, M. Bryant, K. Callanan, C. Medeiros, L. Silvester, L. VanGrack, 
P. Katz, M. Gold, G. Maxwell, sec; J. Dryden, C. Porter, L. Reichel, A. Speizman, G. I>unsten, B. Landes, pres. 



LEGISLATURE 




WHO'S WHO 
SELECTION 
COMMITTEE 



Left to right: R. Perry, chmn.; G. Kent, 
P. Rodbell, S. Beattie, J. Pelecanos. 



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CAMPUS 
CHEST 




Front Row: A. Barthel, sec; E. Winston, chair.: D. Wetzel. Back Row: R. Strand, M. 
Pearlman, A, Speiz.man. 



PLACEMENT COMMITTEE 



1. S. Krieger, 2. H. Vinyard, 3. O. Harrison, 4. J. 
Winslow, 5. G. Martin, 6. B. Harper, 7. G. Dunsten, 
8. L. Lawson, 9. B. Murik, 10. E. Crawford 11. M 
Fagan, 12. R. Hitchner, 13. J. Anshel. 





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FALL 

ORIENTATION 
EXECUTIVE 
BOARD 



Top Left to Right: P. Padden, D. Dawdlin, S. Gridley - chmn. 
B. Parks. 



FRESHMAN ORIENTATION BOARD SPONSORS 



Left to Right: Seated: P. Randolph, S. Cromer, J. Barron, P. Deming, B. Schulman, C. Cooney. Standing: W. Landes, G. Moneypenny, K. 
Knabe, T. Hendrickson, T. Dove, L. Lawson, J. Tchechlin, advisor; S. Clackin, E. Fry, B. Harper, E. Ewing, J. Pelecanos, H. Metro. 




AGRICULTURAL 
ECONOMICS 




Front Row: R, Dillon, R. Johnson. Back Row: W. Ginipel, pres.; D. Stevens, 
D. Hansford, S. Eshee, adviser. 



AGRONOMY 



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Front Row: E. Deal, adviser; A. Brauer, sec; C. Auditore, J. Knepley, treas.; G. Nzewi. 
Second Row: D. Fanning, adviser; J. Hannawald, C. Ray, D. Schwaninger, L. Smith, sec. 
Back Row: R. Benner, M. Hanna, L. Jarrett, v. pres.; W. Benson, pres. 





Front Row: J. Geslois, G. Powell, 
pres.; C. Thibault, sec; M. Mc- 
Amis, V. pres.; R. Elkins, faculty 
adviser. Back Row: R. Piepoli, C. 



AMATEUR RADIO 
ASSOCIATION 



Lietz, G. Woodworth, D. Schnei- 
der, F. Saul, treas.; J. Waller, J. 
Nelsen, S. Sand, J. Fellows, A. 
HofFniaster. 



AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL 
ARTS ASSOCIATION 



Front Row: J. Pennington, G. Sponaugle, K. Baker, v. pres.; R. Tanner, pres.; D. Ludke, sec.; A. Silfies, treas.; R. Marzo. Second Row: 
A. Brooks, A. Arnold, M. Johns, D. Reich, P. O'Connell, K. Gettle, adviser. Third Row: D. Greimel, R. Redfern, E. Johnson, L. Morley, 
A. Robinson, G. Berbert. Back Row: F. Conner, J. Haney, J. Talbot, S. Divelbiss, P. Romanczyk, J. Garman. 






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First Row: V. Mendes, pres.; T. W. 
Cadman, advisor; J. Robinson, J. 
Lodge, C. Ugiansky, W. Sage, E. 
Sauer. Second Row; I. Kamel, L. 
Stark, Dr. Bischoff, Dr. Silverman, 
Dr. Marchello, dept. chair.; I. Block, 
R. Wilkinson, M. Potter, W. Sorace. 



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AMERICAN 

INSTITUTE of 

CHEMICAL 

ENGINEERS 



Third Row: G. Dick, E. Ladov, Dr. 
Regan, M. Brady, VV. Fountain, A. 
Corbin, P. Urian, D. Taylor. Back 
Row: G. Jackson, H. Epstein, W. 
Bixby, H. Gersh, S. Rome, B. Burke, 
R. Thomas, v. pres. 



AMERICAN MARKETING ASSOCIATION 

Front Row: Dr. J. Cook, adviser; C. Stolte, J. Matesky, treas.; G. Walton, pres.; G. Greer, v. pres.; J. Bohn, D. Cadell. Back Row: L. Femheimer 
H. Lebowitz, L. Burton, R. Mohre, R. Lane, T. Stemmer, M. Severe, B. Knight, M. Monigan, R. Heatz, R. Spinella. 





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AMERICAN 
SOCIETY 
of 
AERONAUTICS 

and 
ASTRONAUTICS 



Front Row: N. Leatherman, pres.; S. Beitsch, treas.; W. Tesch, v. pres.; S. Norton, sec; 
D. DeVore. Second Row: D. DeMaio, E. Parsons, J. Evans, T. Dawson. Third Row; P. Lepore, 
M. Wenzel, J. Newquist, \V. Koleade, J. Smith, J. Beach, J. Risinger. Back Row: D. Neilly, 
C. Campion, T. Stonner, L. Israel, N. Clerman, R. Ames, L. Matthews, C. Campen, D. Hewitt, 
J. Robinson, R. Ballard. 



AMERICAN SOCIETY of CIVIL ENGINEERS 

Front Row: B. Black, D. Brand, v. pres.; R. Hickey, pres.; P. Wedding, faculty adviser; C. Engle. Second 
Row: A. Ramisch, P. Tinsley, C. Nohe, F. Finkelstein, D. Weatherby, ]. Manchester, V. Clark, B. Bonakdar. 
Back Row: T. Mahan, G. Maragos, R. Speight, S. Purdum, W. Bauer, R. Peers, R. Stepp, M. Gilstad. 




369 




1. p. Fleck, pres., 2. R. Bucklin, 3. T. Lloyd, 4. C. 
Owen, 5. R. Gould, 6. L. Wienecke, 7. R. Mazza, 8. J. 
Hill, 9. C. Ellin, treas.; 10. D. Heam, 11. S. Markle, 
V. pres., 12. R. Gore, 13. R. Bradley, 14. D. Branhan, 
15. D. Parker, 16. R. Marks, 17. ]. Buanno, 18. B. 
Ferrill, 19. E. Grine. 



AMERICAN SOCIETY 
of MECHANICAL ENGINEERS 



AMERICAN SOCIETY of TOOL 
MANUFACTURERS 

Front Row: S. Ismart, v. pres.; C. Stiirges, v. pres.; D. Craig, pres.; M. McNerney, treas.; B. Uempsey, 
sec; G. Merrill, faculty adviser. Second Row: C. Trenarv, A. Baumgart, G. Frushour, W. Lee. Third 
Row: R. Wickman, S. Klein, R. Urban, VV. Litzau, J. Reid. Fourth Row; J. Pickeral, W. Pierce, D. 
White, R. Billups, P. Welch, T. Coleman. Back Row: T. Rumple, L. Shannahan, K. Dugan, J. Oliver, 
C. Pacione. 



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ANTHROPOLOGY SOCIETY 



ASSOCIATION FOR 
COMPUTING MACHINERY 



Left to right: A. Kirschbaum, A. Salwin, C. Kelly, E. Fromni, B. Holmes, D. Wallace, sec.-treas.; M. Rochkind, v. pres.; R. 
Hargett, pres. 





Left to right: R. Parker, A. Wootten, G. Homseth, H. Neuman, D. Clark, M. Lyerly, J. Robinson, S. Duck, 
W. Taylor. 

ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY 



Front Row: J. Mullins, sec.-treas.; Tessie Cow, S. Sweet, v. pres.; J. McAulay. Back Row: M. Reynolds, P. 
Mason, D. Fritz, D. Vernon, J. Faulkner, pres. 



BLOCK 

and 
BRIDLE 



372 





Front Row; L. Menzer, T. Dietrich, B. Cunningham, sec; J. Viola, pres.; V. Vance. Second Row: K. Hagen, R. Rockwell, D. 
Barwick, J. Sarraf, S. Anderson, G. Anderson, N. Burtram. Back Row: W. Cordvan, R. Grotrian, B. Watkins, R. Ellis, R. 
Newman, C. Godman. 

MARYLAND CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP 




Front Row: C. Lin, v. pres.; P. Liao, pres.; M. Young, 
treas. Second Row: L. Woo, J. Soo Hoo, sec; Y. Lam. 
Back Row: A. Cheung, V. Lee, B. Haupt, J. Young. 



CHINESE 
CLUB 



373 




Front Row: R. Grier, v. pres.; B. MacDonald, pres.; J. Morarre, treas.; P. Morarre, sec; J. Shanks, faculty adviser. Second 
Row: D. Casselberry, R. Peters, J. Marshall, M. Rockman. Back Row: G. Pearson, M. Narkin. 

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 
ORGANIZATION 



CONGRESS of RACIAL EQUALITY 



Left to right: R. Blandford, v. pres.; 
E. Wynn, pres.; L. Young, L. Haw- 
thorne. 




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i 'I Left to right: G. Bragg. C. Bar- 
]l2~ : ham, D. CeUo, J. Milburn, A. 
^ I'arver, pres.; C. Fern, faculty 

adviser; R. Ingram. 



COUNSELING and PERSONNEL SERVICES 



ECONOMICS DISCUSSION GROUP 

Left to right: S. Sisson, sec.-treas.; J. Rcardon, v. pres.; T. Raveson, pres.; Dr. A. Gruchy, adviser; C. Heany, v. pres. 




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Front Row: J. Brown, A. Stottlemyer, pres.; P. Harris, sec; M. Stombler. Second Row: A. Lombardo, E. Rakowsky, M. Alloy, G. Avgerakis, L, 
Rains, C. Dennison, B. Cooke. Back Row: L. Divilio, H. Benjamin, S. Breitenbach, J. Baden, C. Kelly, S. Harris. 

FENCING 



Left to right: G. Alexander, treas.; E. Hiley, R. Sorrell, W. Ennis, v. pres.; N. Cartagena, B. Singleton, 
H. Davis, D. Bieritz, D. Menol, P. Braun, pres. 



FINANCE 



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FUTURE 
FARMERS 

of 
AMERICA 



Front Row: H. Spielman, C. Riggs, C. Staines, F. Thompson, S. Mullendore, E. Hatten. Second Row: 
A. Krebs, R. Cooper, treas.; W. Nlarker, pres.; S. Pieper. Third Row: R. Measell, sec; R. Peterson, V. 
Marshall. Back Row: F. Wilson, O. Mandycz. 



Front Row: H. Tucker, v. pres.; Rabbi M. Greenberg, adviser; T. Azman, treas.; A. Lebson, pres.; I. 
Lowenstein, sec; D. Rosen, v. pres. Back Row: A. Zeller, D. Greenberg, J. E.xler, R. Attman, A. 
Fasimpaur, B. Stern, S. Handwerger. 




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HOME 
ECONOMICS 




Left to right: D. Newcomb, treas.; M. Hull, S. DL\, K. Duncan, E. Dabbs, L. Bell, sec; 
N. Moniter, co-pres. 



HONOR 
GUARD 



Front Row: R. Roberts, information officer; S. Checkoway, executive officer; T. Grabowsld, 
admin. NCO. Second Row; D. Pierce, W, Kramer, R. Boyle, W. Grimm. Third Row: T. 
Asbakson, H. Gurule, D. Vega, F. Guzman, W. Caffall. Back Row: J. Kocrmer, adviser; E. 
Benson, D. Jones, W. Creager, G. Webb, D. Williams. 



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Front Row: C. Meegan, D. Coursen, coach; U. Boefili, J. Woods. Back Row: A. Sirlin, D. Lean, |. Adami, M. Hugunin, capt.; 
T. Gaffigan, W. Adami, B. Tully. 

ICE HOCKEY 



AMERICAN INSTITUTE of ELECTRONICS 



Front Row: J. Horrocks, R. Chase, C. Rfley, 
R. GuUett, W. VanTuyl, pres.; R. Willard, 
treas.; R. Freemire, D. Norton, J. Nelsen, E. 
Limberger. Second Row: R. Ritchie, G. Wood- 
worth, G. McCarney, S. Wood, L. Snively, J. 
Zsakany, G. Kohne, M. Ressler, M. Pearlman, 
J. Siegel, R. Piepoh, D. Schneider. Third Row: 



and 
ELECTRICAL 
ENGINEERS 



H. Henegar, A. Hymans, B. Centofanti, A. 
Bezos, E. Fernandez, E. Mauch, J. Determan, 
T. Jesswein, A. Haspert, F. Costanza, M. Skane. 
Back Row: J. Morales, N. Stein, E. Lee, D. 
Rinker, S. Bobbins, P. Rodwell, T- Rama, D. 
Wilhelm, K. Boegli, E. Fromm, J. Moffett, 
R. Rose, R. Bricker, D. Decker. 





Front Row: P. Johnson, treas.; S. Rahman, F. Bridgets, faculty adviser; Y. Lim, pres.; I. Chepenik, C. Malament. Second Row: 
S. Sarakontu, G. Konstantopoulo, M. Thune, C. Spiliadis, M. Rice, T. Akin, P. Srisawangwat. Third Row: R. Preciado, H. Grunberg, 
F. Behbin, W. Holmes, S. Schwarz, T. McGonigle, O. Tidemand. Back Row: P. Aryan-Nejad, M. Khopandi, P. Lapera, v. pres. 



INTERNATIONAL CLUB 



Seated on floor: A. Whitebread, L. Schafer 
B. Skaggs, A. Barton, S. Itzel, A. Keiley. Second 
Row: M. Matzen, M. Purucker, C. Schwiesow, 
T. Crowley, K. Neal, V. Chance, S. Berry, J- 
Francis, sec.-treas.; T. Smith, pres.; M. Sippel, 
V. pres.; C. Machis, corres. sec. Back Row: J. 
Smith, J. Benton, T. Lewis, B. Moffett. 



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MUSIC EDUCATORS 



1. M. Feldman, 2. E. Zippermann, 3. J. Morarre, v. pres. 4. F. 
Klatzkin, 5. M. Goodman, 6. C. Keys, 7. K. Dulabhan, 8. M. Gor- 
man, 9. M. Ptak, 10. M. Dutterer, 11. C. Carmack, 12. R. Schnider, 
13. Dr. M. de Vermond, adviser, 14. R. Shafer, pres. 





NAT. SOCIETY of 

INTERIOR 

DESIGNERS 



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Left to right: J. FUisclui, pres.; C. Montgomery, \. pros.; G. Maxwell, 
V. pres.; G. Dimstcn, treas.; T. Tnutt, A. Speizman, B. Weiner, J. 
Haveland, R. Potash, K. Frazier, I. Hurvvitz, K. Hansen, D. Morris, S. 
VanGrack. 



OLD LINE PARTY 



PARKS and RECREATIONAL SOCIETY 

Front Row: M. VanKirk, B. Bunch, I. Paul, v. pres.; K. Ernst, pres.; E. Temple, M. Lopes, S. Bix, G. 
Wojtech. Back Row: D. Millikan, K. Wilson, A. Brzostowski, R. Harerove. 



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PHARMACY 



Seated: D. Collins, pres.; M. Fnichtbaum, D. McMalton, sec; C. Reynolds, treas.; J. Ras. 
Standing: J. SprigRS, S. Shaffer, K. Henck, B. Ralin, J. Novak, Y. Mei Lee, R. Tidier, M. 
Young, J. Stevenson, E. Johnson, S. Simko, J. Mason, G. Keyes. 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



Seated: A. Leiderman, K. Regan, P. Peridier, S. Serf, J. Fey, R. Friedlander, B. 
Osborne, M. Phillips, M. Walter, T. Gerdts, S. Aumack, B. LeVine, R. Fort, L. 
Howarth, adviser; M. Williams, adviser. Standing: L. Allen, v. pres.; P. Sanders, 
W. Kennedy, R. Heller, R. Barr, G. Kuntz, R. Urich, J. Minninger, G. Hogan, J. 
Affolter, J. Schoen, R.Hutsler, R. Hoffmann, pres.; D. Keys, treas.; R. Rubini. 



MAJORS 





Front Row: E. Atkins, B. Light, T. Becker, J. Lubell, R. Brocato, pres.;D. Yutchishen, C. Gerber, B. Nacblas, S. Gcnut. Second Row: B. Allgri, 
J. Marshall, M. Trout, M. Serry, C. Sielski, N. Zamorski, treas.; T. Snowwhite, v. pres.; G. Rodgers, S. Boston, S. Powley. Back Row: M. Spegele, 
S. Fay, J. Galbreath, K. Tougjas, J. Hook, M. Layfield, L. Sheppard, D. Usher, L. Brittinghan, C. Teague, L. Cameron. 

PHYSICAL THERAPY 



Front Row: C. Leverton, C. Stoecker, treas.; S. Borko. Back Row: M. Sheehy, K. Petraitis, R. 
Laime, adviser; D. Tepper, sec; J. Haifley, v. pres.; C. Holland. 



POLITICAL 
SCIENCE 



384 





1. R. Chu, 2. A. Fink, 3. J, Buckley, 4. W. Hacknett, pres.; 5. P. Buhlig, adviser; 6. J. Trezza, 7. R. Beadles, 8. J. Lurie, 9. H. Okun, 10. D. 

Devaney, 11. E. Forsht, 12. M. Chapman, 13. S. Lewis, 14. J. Menick, 15. T. Roberts, 16. M. Wolk, 17. F. Levin, 18. C;. Matheos, 19. G. 

Duvall, 20. J. Semuels, 21. R. Ives, 22. E. Schwartz, 23. M. Pazornick, 24. J. Goldman, 25. J. Goldstein, 26. J. Rohr, 27. M. Pierson, 28. C. 
Partridge. 



PRELAW 




Left to right: G. Vacek, P. Schroeder, W. Marwede, H, Lewin, treas.; E. Morris, M. Mokhtarzada, 
pres.; I. Zalucky, C. George. 




PRE-MED 



385 



RADIO and TELEVISION 
WORKSHOP 





386 





Growth and recognition were key words of the Radio and Television Work- 
shop during 1967-68. As the selective membership of the Workshop grew to over 
fifty, its prominence as a permanent establishment in the field of campus media 
became a reality. 

Proof of the Workshop's expansion was the noticeable number of new 
programs aired over the University's closed-circuit television system. Students 
were offered a variety of weekly shows to watch between classes, ranging from 
the satirical review, "Ballyhoo!," to the more serious public affairs shows, directed 
by Joe Policy, president of the Workshop. 

Under the guidance of executive officers, producers and directors, students 
of the Radio and TV VV^orkshop learned the "nuts and bolts" of television pro- 
gramming. Training sessions were followed by work on actual shows, and newly 
acquired knowledge took the form of first-hand experience. All phases of pro- 
gramming, from acting and directing to floor sweeping, were performed by 
Workshop members. 

Although selection of its members is restrictive, the Workshop anticipates an 
expansion of its membership and the production of more shows for its growing 
audience. 



1. B. Sidvvell, 2. D. Phillips, 3. J. Haifley, v. pres.; 4. J. Policy, 
pres.; 5. T. Cozzoli, director; 6. A. Abrams, p. r.; 7. V. Kahl, sec; 
8. B. Kreisman, 9. M. Cagan, 10. W. Price, 11. J Cooper, 12 L. 
Schaefer, 13. B. Cohen, 14. E. Schenker, 15. S. Yoffe, 16. R. Croll, 
17. K. Newman, 18. M. Taylor, 19. J. Sachs, 20. N. Craley, 21. S. 
Berberich, 22. R. Fisch, 23. C. Miles, 24. L. Jewel, 25. N. Stein, 
26. T. Moore, 27. B. Holmes, 28. C. Breite-man, 29. D. Cohen, 30. 
B. Schwartz, 31. J. Censor. 





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ROTC 



Lt. Col. A. C. Haniby 







The death of Lt. Col. Albert C. 
Hamby, Sept. 26, 1967, marked the 
loss of a personal friend to many ca- 
dets of the 330th Cadet Wing 
AFROTC of the University. 

Killed at Hurlburt Air Force Base, 
Ala., Lt. Col. Hamby was flying in 
preparat()r>' training for duty in Viet 
Nam. 




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389 



ARNOLD 

AIR 
SOCIETY 




Front Row: J. Koemer, J. Call, T, Curky, M. Mc(;r..ckin, B. Robtrts, P. Prmit, H. Funk. Second 
Row: K. Wright, S. Sirken, A. Kirschbauni, R. Knapp, D. Quein, C. Bahoyian, J. Dix. Third Row; 
D. Pierce, M. Swomley, J. Luce, A. Armstrong. Back Row; C. Carlo, C. Killin, M. Yourtee. 




Left to right: Rothwell, admin, officer; D. J. Newcomb, infor. officer; E. Woytowitz, com- 
mander; P. Adorian, exec, officer; S. Bond, operation officer; V. Buckson, comptroller. 

ANGEL FLIGHT 

AREA B-1 

OFFICERS 



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Front Row: C. Enlow, M. Gill, B. Halstead, V. Buckson, D. Rothwell, S. Bond, E. Woytowitz, J. Bentz, A. Kennelly, M. Hagan, K. Nissley M. 
Stoklosa, J. Grayson, S. Kline, J. Alcorn, P. Perron, M. Woods. Back Row: B. RoRers, K. Wise, K. Jaegemian, L. Murray, B. Dunnarant C. 
Shockley, J. Tanada, C. Andrejack, M. McCarthy, L. Delizia, S. Perry, C. Kellstram, A. Small, M. Rogers, M. Whitehill, A. Commerford N. Haesler, 
N. Floyd, S. Kaccna, C. Sacks, N. McCullough, P. Rimbos, ' Copony, G. Kent, S. Hangemanole, S. Thornberg, C. Beebe. 

ANGEL FLIGHT 



Angel Flight at the University of Maryland is 
only one chapter of a national honorary service 
organization of young women, chosen on the basis 
of poise, intelligence and interest in the Armed 
Services. 

Their goal is three-fold: to strengthen and 
promote interest in the Air Force, to give college 
women across the United States knowledge and 
information concerning the services, and to aid the 
progress of the Arnold Air Society and Corps of 
Cadets. 

Nationally recognized at 130 schools across 
the country, Puerto Rico and Hawaii, Angel Flight 
chapters center their programs around the Air 
Force, the campus and the community. 

As official hostesses of the University, they 
usher, host and serve at various campus functions, 
including the President's Convocation. 



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RUSSIAN 
CLUB 



Front Row: B. Axelrod, treas.; M. Kocho, pres.; J. 
Snyder. Back Row: T. Louis, v. pres.; R. Whitloch, L. 
Anderson. 



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SCUBA DIVERS: 



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1. S. Clark, 2. L. Heam, 3. C. Clark, 4. L. Ericson, 
5. S. Borst, 6. R. Landers, 7. L. Struct, 8. R. Ver- 
fuerth, 9. T. Snell, 10. T. Kenney, 11. N. Bowser. 





From a basis of fifteen divers in the Spring of 1965, 
the University's Scuba Diving Club has surfaced to its 
present total of over 60 members. ^'Iaking waves with 
the motto: "Safety Through Education," the club is 
trained by members of the National Association of 
Underwater Instructors. NAVI is rated as one of the 
world's best training organizations for amateur divers. 
Two Underwater Diving Terrapins, Tom Kenney and 
Bob Landers, are certified NAVI instnictors. 

Maryland's Scuba Diving Club dipped down to 
the Florida Keys during Semester Break for its annual 
"camp-diving trip." Those who continue to sample the 
local waters take "ice dives" in water temperatures as 
low as thirty degrees. 

For that light touch of incidental inspiration, the 
club entertains nimors of buried and sunken treasure 
hidden in the muddy depths of Maryland. And for 
those who seek adventure in the underwater world, 
Maryland's Scuba Diving Club serves as a source for 
acquiring the knack of safe yet skillful diving. 



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SKYDIVERS 



'The Fallouts" 



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Acid? Who needs it? Want to expand your mind? 
Try jumping from a plane going 80 miles per hour 
a quarter of a mile in the sky! 

The exciting sport of skydiving has come to 
Maryland via "The Fallouts." The club, new last 
year, was organized to provide an economical way 
for students desiring to learn the sport. 

Club president, Kevin Burke, provides most of 
the instruction for those wanting something a little 
different. Instruction involves one day on the ground 
and five static line jumps. A static line jump is exe- 
cuted with the aid of a line, secured to the aircraft to 
assure opening of the canopy. The canopy, or chute, 
is a hemispherical umbrella-shaped nylon device 
with sections which can be opened and closed to 
guide the descent. 

Upon completion of proper instruction and ap- 
proval, the novice can make a free fall jump, one 
in which he opens the canopy himself. 




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1. B. Kanzler, 2. R. Kepner, 3. S. 
Fogel, 4. B. Sartwell, 5. G. Crane, 
6. J. Humphreys, 7. G. Allen, v. 
pres.; 8. C. Emerson, 9. C. Ryan, 
sec.-treas.; 10. J. Sancewich, 11. 
P. Stimueiss, 12. W. Fleming, 13. 
K. Burke, pres.; 14. H. Loss. 






SEMPER FIDELIS 
SOCIETY 



Seated: J. Scire, pres.; G. Phelps, E. Phelps, sec; M. Henig, A. Speizman, T. Brown, 
E. Anastasi. Standing: A. Hitt, J. Szynikowicz, \V. Warrington, C. Groves. 



SOCIETY for the ADVANCEMENT of 



Front Row; A. Cole, R. Hilton, S. Miles, M. Pedak, D. MacVean, J. O'Brien, J. 

Kephart. Second Row: D. CraiK, T. Pergola, S. Brown, v. pres.; T. Schmitz, P. 

Lerario. Back Row: D. Doubroff, D. Evans, D. Willoth, v. pres.; C. Rohland, L. 
Kirkpatrick, pres.; J. Bickley, A. Fritts, R. Matlaga. 



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SOCIETY 
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J. Clark, R. Austin, B. S\ ampler, E. Day, 
D. Norton, J. Henry, J. Tylec, R. Ritchie. 



AMERICAN MILITARY ENGINEERS 



SOCIETY of FIRE PROTECTION 
ENGINEERS 

Front Row: J. Bender, E. Sliollenberger, sec; W. Boyce, v. pres.; W. Carson, pres.; F. Brower, treas.; R. Krein. Second Row: 
W. Cannon, B. Sfielley, J. Lathrop, R. McCracken, J. Luley. Back Row: R. Alston, J. Bell, J. O'Neill, F. Fabin. 




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Left to right: M. Mejia, treas.; J. Bilecky, sec; L. Dorsey, L. Matuskey, W. Singleton, J. White, C. Ugiansky, pres.; E. Mauch, E. 
Quinn, S. Lasher. 

SOCIETY of WOMEN ENGINEERS 



SOCIOLOGY CLUB 



Front Row: D. Mitchell, S. Lewis, M. Pelczar, v. pres.; S. Krieger, pres.; R. Aserkoff, v. pres.; E. Ginsberg, sec.-treas. Second Row: 
J. Wilson, faculty adviser; R. Hirzel, P. Lejins, T. Aluisi, M. Robinson, M. Brill, P. Jennings, H. Loring, L. Kupersmith, J. Timmens. 
Back Row: J. Parker, P. Ford, J. Fletcher, R. Schlossberg, R. Speck, M. Green, A. Tempel. 



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SKI CLUB 



ski Club Officers: President— Ron Lara, Vice Presi- 
dent—Tim Campos, Secretary— Isabelle Mikus, Mi- 
kus. Treasurer— Phil Rodwell. 





Rolling in the green stuff is part of beginner's luck at 
the Terrapin Ski Club. The green stuff is grass of the non- 
hippie variety and on Tuesday nights more than twenty 
novice skiiers struggle with boots, skis, and poles on slopes 
around Ritchie Coliseum. They liiie up on grass and, under 
instruction of the club's Dryland Ski School, are introduced 
to basic skiing techniques. 

Six hundred strong, the Ski Club hits the slopes from 
Maryland to Canada. One hundred members skiied in 
Northern Vermont, and Sutton, Quebec, during the Christ- 
mas holidays. Another hundred members skiied at Hay- 
stack, Vermont, during semester break. 

A Ski Bum trip is the Easter vacation answer to Fort 
Lauderdale. Skiers tackle a slope a day in New Hampshire 
and Vermont. Meanwhile, Spring Semester's weekend trips 
include Blue Knob and Seven Springs, Pennsylvania. 

Rugged skiiers of a more acclaimed variety are the 
twelve members (two are girls) of the Terrapin Ski Club 
Racing Team. This is the first year the club has had a team; 
it has been making Federation International du Ski points 
in the Eastern Amateur Ski Association. Dave Douglas is 
hailed as the team's best bet in the giant slalom, and thanks 
goes to Mike Radin who instructed eight candidates for the 
Ski Patrol System. 



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TRAIL CLUB 



The Terrapin Trail Club is the campus group who 
would gladly row a boat, climb a mountain, or hike ten 
miles. Members are required only to have an inborn love 
of the outdoors. Activities cover mountain climbing, spelunk- 
ing (caving), hiking and storm draining. Trail Club meetings 
offer members a chance to recount past adventures, as well as 
to plan and to discuss future ventures. 







Left to Right: Front Row: R. Bucca, J. Hull, P. Mallary, C. Feitarek, P. Wells, D. Pearlman. Second Row; D. Prevar, B. Jones, M. Johnson, sec; 
B. Bryce, S. Ponemone, C. Cline, B. Chute, pres.; K. Feduska, A. Lord, S. Stacy, A. Chute, S. Smith. Back Row: C. Lord, B. Bennington, 
J. Lock, treas.; M. Krepner, R. Canter, A. Lattemer. 




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I. p. Rouzer, 2. B. Ifshin, 3. M. Brill, 4. L. Wintering, 5. D. Smulowitz, 6. L. Petzold, 7. C. Holstein, 8. M. Gray, 9. C. Plachta, 10. C. Kukuda, 

II. J. Prouty, 12. A. Henderson, 13. D. Perry, 14. D. George, 15. J. Zaciewski, 16. M. Averam, 17. L. Wilson, 18. P. Gorman. 

THETA SIGMA PHI 




Front Row: I. Zalucky, L. Diachok, sec; A. Chornodolsky, pres. Back Row: G. Kurtz, J. Petren- 
ko, P. Pytlowany. 



UKRANIAN 
CLUB 



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Front Row: A. Brzostowski, T. Thompson, R. Spinella, R. Reed, J. Hill, sec; D. Dodse, pres.; D. Donahue, v. pres.; H. Hoffman, D. Reeso. Second 
Row: V. Meleski, E. Kane, J. Arnoult, D. Starnes, B. Lovett, D. Schollander, K. Billotte, R. Beauchamp. Third Row: G. Parsons, K. Webster, H. 
deLozier, W. Godwin, J. Schwartzel, W. Betts, S. Washburn, J. Meehan, T. Sinibaldi. Fourth Row: J. Prevar, J. McCamant, F. Delvecchio, D. 
Delmer, W. Dranginis, W. Van Heusen, T. Gagner. Back Row: H. Mallon, W. Pawlowski, T. Patterson, D. Jones, T. Plevin, T. Bartolec, F. Costello, 
R. Cimer, N. Roualekedes, adviser. 

VARSITY "M " CLUB 



Left to right: H. Caldwell, W. Mouser, J. Meadows, J. Graham, D. Hopkins, pres.: 
R. Goldstein. 




VETERAN'S 
CLUB 



403 




Front Row: S. Harness, J. Pickett, pres.; M. Forrest, B. Wirtz, v. pres.-treas.; E. Marcus, S. Pavey, 
adviser. Back Row: L. Buchbinder, J. Polletto, D. Altland, F. Feuer. 

VOLUNTEERS FOR MENTAL HEALTH 



Left to right: C. Nicewarner, unidentified, S. Fischer, M. Canaris, H. Irwin. (The majority of the group 
is not pictured.) 



WEIGHT 
LIFTERS 



404 








Front Row: L. Andrews, L. Russell, C. Athey, C. Shaw, corr. sec; P. Adkin, treas.; K. Regan, v. pres.; D. Kilmore, L. Laycock, M. Sourwine. Second 
Row: C. Bianar, A. Baege, L. Slifer, E. Zipperman, J. Tinney, J. Lambert, M. Egan, N. Fleigh, J. Hildebrand, sec; S. Fisher, M. Sneider, pres.; 
E. Kesler, adviser; L. Gehlert. Back Row; K. Kelly, C. Purinton, D. Meade, G. Reilly, J. Lovell, B. Brown, J. Henn. 



W R A 






Front Row; P. Johnson, D. Tepper, treas.; S. Sagal, v. pres., P. Katz. Second Rou : C. Gammon, R. 
Sodano, W. Miller, B. Murik, pres.: H. Hoffman, K. Feduska. Back Row: T. Bruce, O. Tidemand, R. 
NefF, J. Haifley. 

YOUNG DEMOCRATS CLUB 



YOUNG REPUBLICANS CLUB 

Front Row: C. Brueggeman, D. Stokely, P. Gilbert, J. Marsfiall, K. Petraitis, pres.: M. Davis, corres. sec; C. Stoecker, treas.: J. Richardson, 
B. Bent, P. Smith. Second Row: S. .Shisler, D. Miller, K. Lehnbeuter, R. Brown, M. Mitchell, L. Bashoor, D. Glunt, E. Cutright, J. Snyder. 
Back Row: T. Dorsey, T. Jackson, N. Woodell, F. Hamilton, R. Piaggione, R. Ritter, R. Hancock, P. Sweeney, A. Baker, K. Swanson, R. 
Perry, T. Hamilton, H. Morris. 




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ARGUS 



BRAD LARSON 
Editor -in-Chief 



Mythical ship-builder Argus saw all things. He had 
a hundred eyes. Nothing, not even spirits, escaped his 
notice. 

ARGUS Feature Magazine has been keeping its watch- 
ful eyes on the Maryland campus since the Spring of 
1966. A small circle of students had become aware that 
the University had everything but a feature publication. 
They decided to fill that need with ARGUS. 

Since that time, ARGUS has scrutinized the famous 
and infamous, the heavens and the underworld, the limits 
of the student's ken. Its readers have enjoyed interviews 
of Miller Hudson and Bob \^'ard, learned about the 
historic, local airport and about the University's enig- 
matic underground railroad, and have been stimulated 
by art, photography and humor. 

Initially, ARGUS focused mainly on campus events, 
those of chief interest to the undergraduate. But the 
periphery of its co\'erage has extended to encompass news 
that is not strictly collegiate, yet is of interest to the college 
student. ARGUS presents a broader view of life, an 
extended horizon to the young man or woman whose life, 
because he or she is a student, is somewhat sheltered and 
isolated from the activities of the non-academic \^'orld. 

In the future, ARGUS will be peering more deeply into 
the special entliusiasms of the young adult— self-expres- 
sion, education, people, politics, love, war, life, death— 
and the list goes on. ARGUS will be critically looking 
into. broadening the college student's vision. 





MURIEL ZETTER 
Art Editor 



Front Row: D. Bourdon. Back Row: 



Feature 



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ART GONZALES 
Business Manager 




MITZI GOLDIE 
Feature Editor 




JULIE AMBERSON 
Copy Editor 




WADE HOOKER 
Photo Editor 



S. Witt, R. Ridenour, J. Wade, T. Beck, B. Korn. 




Staff 



409 




HOLLACE GOLDBKHC 
Ass't. Managing EditOi 



JERRY CEPPOS 
Editor-in-Chief 



410 




TOM WINER 
Sales Manager 



ALAN D. KELLAM 
Business Manager 





ROB W^ISHART 

Associate 

Editor 



LARRY WERNER 
Managing Editor 



DBK . . . rated among the top ten college papers in the country . . . 
first full year for the five day per week paper . . . striving to keep ahead 
of the news . . . rivaling the metres in coverage . . . providing more 
late news than ever before . . . keeping an eye on the world beyond 
the campus . . . Con Con, P.G. County Council, University autonomy, 
Board of Regents . . . reflecting student opinion through a variety of 
letters to the editor . . . emphasizing student rights . . . opposing "en- 
forced morality" on drinking, intervisitation, curfews . . . representing 
all segments of the student body . . . urging students to "show some 
muscle" . . . supporting not anarchy, but careful use of civil disobedience 
. . . adding an entertainment section . . . reorganizing the staff to include 
more executive positions . . . developing greater "esprit de corps" . . . 
stressing professionalism in all aspects of the paper . . . "playing for 
real" is the keynote. 



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JIM FELLOWS 
Associate Editor 




STEVE PARKS 
Sports Editor 



JUDY APPEL 
Associate Editor 




PHOTO STAFF-MILTON BUCHLER II. Editor 



IRA ALLEN 
Associate Editor 



NEWSBOARD 



412 





SPORTS STAFF 



ENTERTAINMENT PAGE STAFF 
BARBARA IFSHIN, Editor 





BUSINESS STAFF 



MYRNA LIPPMAN 
Associate Editor 




NIGHT STAFF 



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TERRAPIN 



LISA N. TAYLOR 
Editor-in-Chief 



A quest for purpose yields: 
Self-expression — copywriting, photography, layout . . . 

rallying for student rights 
Energy — producing 464 pages . . . nervous, useful, wasted 

expended . . . four years at Maryland 
Solitude — a quiet office, the darkroom ... a comer in 

McKeldin, a sunny day on the mall 
Anticipation — the TERRAPIN . . . weekends, the last final, 

a new semester, a diploma 
Preoccupation — the Editor's burden . . . the impending teixn 

paper, the accomplishment of a purpose 
Identity — the year at a glance ... a meaning for those 

seeking one 

-quest of the 1967-1968 TERRAPD 





DICK RHUDY. SHARON SMITH 
ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER 



TONY ANTHONY 
Photo Editor 



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JEANNE HARRIS 
Copy Editor 




MARGIE JOHNSON 
Proofs Editor 



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SUSIE KAMINSKI 
Layout Editor 




SCOTT MOORES 
Art Editor 



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STAFFS: 





BUSINESS 



Left to right: Chuck Knight, Jim Sakers, Steve Vogel, Tony An- 
thony, Alan Isicson 

PHOTOGRAPHY 




Carol Duke Susie Kaminski 

LAYOUT 



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Sharon Smith, Carol Miller, Dana Meade, Iris Oppen- 
heim, Dick Rhudy, Brenda Hogston, Kathy Hollar, 
Teresa Lowe, Diane CUthero 




Jeanne Harris Debbi George 

COPY 




Left to Right: Dennis Devaney, Fran Scher, Sherry Mader, Linda Culbertson, Jim Sakers 

SECTION EDITORS 



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ALL /J^ICRICAK 
COLLCG&KADIO 





EDDIE SACKS, Station Manager 



WMUC, with the addition of Operation 24, brought 
automation to its programming this year. The campus sta- 
tion, student owned and operated, incorporated Operation 
24 to provide an automatic system combining 'Tiackground" 
music with regular taped breaks for news and University 
bulletins. This system made it possible for WMUC to 
provide round-the-clock music . . . Operation 24 continuing 
after live broadcasting ended. 

The station extended the service to all buildings on 
campus which have the proper installations. Soon dining 
halls, the Student Union, the physical plant, and other 
campus buildings will have use of Operation 24. 

WMUC attempts to provide what the students want. 
Station Manager Eddie Sacks explains, "Because we are a 
college station, we can be freer and more at ease. We don't 
commercialize. Rather, we do what the students want." 
WMUC strives for professional programming, but never 
loses sight of the fact that it is a college station. 

The station remains localized, providing full coverage 
of all major campus events, from football and basketball 
games to "specials" such as IPC Sing, Harmony Hall, and 
"RHC Presents." Frequently WMUC broadcasts feature 
local University talent, such as band, glee clubs, Flying 
Follies, and a University Theatre musical. In addition, the 
station maintains a policy of publicizing as many campus 
activities as possible. 





JOHN DOWELING 
Program Director 



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SUSAN SACKS, Business Manager 




JOHN HARTGE LEE 

Promotion Dir. SCHULMAN 

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RAY FERRARA 
News Director 




RICK KING, Chief Engineer 
BOB de VROOM, Engineer 



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CAROL LAMISON, Continuity Directress 





KATHY SCHWARTZ. 
Music Librarian 



ANNA McGUIRE 
Miss Midnight 



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The excellence of WMUC has not gone unnoticed by 
either nation-wide or campus-wide personalities. The Inter- 
collegiate Broadcasting System, in 1965, named WMUC 
the "station of the year." Since that time, no other college 
station has received that award. 

WMUC — "school spirit radio" — takes pride in the cam- 
pus. Again this year the campus takes pride in WMUC. 



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Brainchild of the Student-Faculty Union is the three year old 
University of Maryland Course Guide — a putlication that strives 
to tell it like it is by presenting an accurate evaluation of courses 
and instructors. The truth may hurt, but Course Guide crusaders 
cannot coddle the campus. 

Every section of every course included in the Guide receives 
standard systematic treatment. The current procedure confirms 
that of the students interviewed for each section; one-sixth of 
the students received an A; one-third, B; one-third, C; and one- 
sixth, D. The present publication concerns more than 40 depart- 
ments in seven colleges at the University. 

Stimulated by official opposition, Course Guide has become a 
near-necessity for surviving registration agitation. This Spring, 
students stepped from advisor to Armory armed vdth 160 pages 
of unbiased and uncensored data compiled by the students for 
the students. 



COURSE GUIDE 



FRED JACOBSON, Editor-in-Chief 



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Center: G. Sessoms, Captain. Right to Left: J. Clift, J. Reidy, S. Sloane, C. Kennedy. 




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Woods, D. Widmayar, B. Syzmanski, H. Jones, B. Thompson, M. Torre, D. Goethe, T. Cozzoli, D. Mattingly, J. Steele, C. Cline, K. 
Brown, E. Scholleck. Second Row: unidentified, unidentified, S. Barklev, S. Gibson, G. Spicka, R. Cobb, R. Atherholt, W. Cordvan, 
E. Kivhui, B. Sklar, C. Miller, D. Mattes, M. Ptak, G. Sartoris, G. Matthews. Third Row: B. Reinmuth, C. Oswell, I. Barke, L. Leslie, 
Swain, G. Bottom, Ron, D. Papp, G. Heimpel, B. Harrell, G. Schaub, T. Price, J. Jones, R. Stabnow, M. Schearer, S. Garrett. 
Row: R. Ramsey, G. Ratton, S. Hawk, M. Lason, L. Whitlingcr, M. Spence, B. Merritt, G. Rush, H. Zelkovitz, P. Graley, v. pres.; C. Tate, J 
J. Brewer, D. Bottom, A. Tompkins, L. Marple, J. Zitwer, J. Rehkemper. Back Row: L. Morton, J. Bruns, M. Smith, L. Beach, C. Welch, D. 
K. Kriewald, J. MacCulibin, T. Baucom, K. Dulabhan, pres.; A. Grabin, J. Lee, D. Behnke, C. Nelson, L. McCron, M. Tomkins, B. Gamer. 



Front Row: K. 
Hawksworth, J. 
N. Cralev, libr.; 
D. Bancroft, L. 



Fourth 

, Hovis, 

Fiend, 



CHAPEL CHOIR 



GLEE CLUB 



Front Row: L. Gottlieb, D. Kelly, C. O'Meara, R. Purnell, G. Mendelson, sec; A. Carpenter, G. Yonkins, E. Haines. Second Row: B 
man, C. Meideros, A. Ritt, M. Stewart, D. Fleisher, P. Collette, A. Richardson, R. Schneider, G. Davenport, M. Feldman, v. pres 
Hoopengardner, A. Lambert, J. Blum, C. Gettier, S. McComas, manager. Third Row: N. Osborne, N. Bohanan, C. Bowen, N. 
Taylor, E. Zippemian, J. Herbert, G. Hannan, C. Blum, M. Korth, R. Hall. R. Dotson, G. Grobaker, treas.; N. Kutson, B. 
Davidson, R. Lewis. Fourth Row: N. Widmayer, C. Greene, G. Brown, B. Thompson, J. Stewart, M. Gorman, P. Bowman, G, 
R. Moeller, G. Billet, D. Smith, G. Lesher, S. Checkoway, K. Litowski, ]. McCamant, B. Szummy. Back Row: P. Kovich, L 



Stitt, S. Silver- 
C. Balser, S. 
Weiss, L. Gordon, P. 
Morgan, H. Dye, D. 
Miyasaki, P. Mullinix, 
Clark, R. Weinkranz, 



C. Best, L. Kitzmiller, C. 
.shaw, S. Breitenbach, N. 



Coupe, L Jordan, B. Miller, R. Rock-well, L. Fiana, G. Ulrich, C. 
Smith, D. Smith, F. Huestis, pres.; B. Schramm, C. Barnhart. 



Engel, S. Kremenack, P. Williams, A. Whitehead, T. Brad- 



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MADRIGALS 





Combining their voices and instrumental skills, 
the twenty Maryland Madrigal Singers have ex- 
panded their singing scope and increased their 
fame hundredfold. Under the direction of Miss 
Rose Marie Grentzer, these sixteen minstrel sing- 
ers combine their talents with those of four instru- 
mentalists to produce one of the most enlighten- 
ing samples of music history ever performed. 

Dressed in a traditional cosume of the Renais- 
sance, the group presents renditions of old Eng- 
lish and foreign songs dating back to the twelfth 
century. Yet their talents do not stop with mu- 
sical precision. In addition, the group has "in- 
cluded in their programs selections from fourteen 
countries and presented many of their songs in 
nine different languages. 

Miss Grentzer has conducted, arranged, and 
directed the success of the Madrigals since its 
establishment in 1958. She is currently known na- 
tionally as an expert in her music field, and 
through her constant efforts the Madrigals have 
attained fame in the international music world. 



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AQUALINERS 



1. C. Kirby, 2. T. Reddick, 3. N. Berman, 4. L. Schaub, 
5. J. Newhouse, 6. F. Berg, 7. P. Roberts, 8. K. Brooks, 
9. M. Gemmell, 10. K. New-man, 11. M. Pettit, 12. J. 
Dougan, 13. A. Roth, 14. D. Kolker, 15. L. Dambach, 
16. K. Deck, 17. M. Liden, 18. C. Rochester, 19. S. 
Strickler, 20. B. Blair, 21. S. OUson, 22. B. Tiiozzo, 23. 
L. Schafer, 24. L. Shirley, 25. S. Young, 26. S. An- 
drusia, 27. G. Stup, v. pres.; 28. J. Williams, sec; 29. 
C. Sutton, treas.; 30. J. Wilson, pres.; 31. J. Lovell, 
32. L. Senasack, 33. D. Elliott, 34. H. Schwab 35. E. 
Senasack, 36. K. Kline, 37. B. Forletta. 




FLYING FOLLIES 



1. D. Schlossberg, 2. L. Polen, 3. M. Mitchell, 
V. Pres., 4. R. Paritzky, Pres., 5. H. Bass, 6. J 
Crivella, 7. C. Eckert, 8. J. Jacobson, 9. R 
Emanuel, Sec, 10. C. Coupe, Treas., 11. P 
Samit, 12. S. Lawrence, 13. P. Ko\itch, 14. J 
Littman, 15. H. Vaflec, 16. E. Jurj,nla, 17. E 
George, 18. D. Williams, 19. L. Biachock, 20 
R. Stokes, 21. R. Williams, 22. J. Ilolljes, 23. S 
Gardner, 24. B. Sacks, 25. ]. Naiditch, 26. D. 
Williams, 27. B. Lignon, 28. M. Dansick.r, 29 
R. Reiter, 30. B. Bogdonoff, 31. S. Burke, 32 
B. Rozzoni, .33. B. Morgan, 34. A. Whitehead, 
35. S. Silverman, 36. A. Richman. 






1. J. Martin, 2. B. Hillman, 3. J. Murray, asst. coach; 4. N. Crone, 5. E. 
Puccinelli, 6. D. Bier, asst. coach; 7. P. Pope, 8. C. Dempsey, 9, K. Allen, 
10. M. Vaden, 11. L. Holland, 12. J. Baker, 13. G. Krammer, director; 
14. S. Conway, 15. D. Butman, 16. J. Cannon, v. pres.; 17. R. Rhinehart, 
pres.; 18. M. Caplan, 19. O. Benisek, treas.; 20. M. Louie, 21. R. Backus, 
22. P. Ganley, 23. D. Zeisel, 24. R. Jaquith, 25. J. Harget, 26. R. Robey, 
27. L. Lipman, 28. M. Wittenstein, 29. L. Chubb, 30. S. Duerr, 31. S. 
Gammon, 32. J. Fribush, 33. H. Griffen, 34. A. Crowther, 35. R. Bloyer, 
36. B. Miller, 37. P. Howe, 38. K. Hamilton, 39. M. Hall, 40. J. White, 
41. M. Comberaite, 42. M. Comiskey, 43. D. Davidson, 44. P. Siskind, sec. 



GYM KAN A 
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MODERN DANCE 




Modem dance exists for the sake of 
its subject matter, and approaches it 
through deUghting and titillating die 
esthetic sensibiHties. The modem dancer 
is not obligated to promote grace and 
beauty; only to show life, man's "inner 
landscape," for his concern for artistic 
fidelity to reality is specifically to psy- 
chological reality. 

Modem dance not only treats ugly 
subjects, but it shows them as they are 
in movement that is designed to em- 
phasize rather than to sugarcoat the ugli- 
ness. In the same sense, modem chore- 
ographers are free to deal with topics 
lightly, gaily, romantically and lyrically 
if they so choose, yet always striving to 
recreate the essence of our existence. It 
is the dancer who places this essence 
before our eyes, teaching us about our- 
selves. 





DR. DOROTHY G. MADDEN 
Director of Modern Dance 



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MODERN DANCE CLUB 




First Row: L. Harvey, K. Moore. Second Row: J. Forman, V. Larkin, J. Bragonje, S. Martinez, D. Kein. Third Row: S. Turner, K. Smith, 
P. Droter, C. Geller, B. Smith. Back Row: N. Diachenko, V. Baltimore, D. Benson, J. Brusseau, P. Moore. 



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DRAMA WING 



Drama Wing was organized in 1957 as a touring theatre troupe for tlie purpose of "making the intellectual resources 
of the University axailable to the people of Nhiryland." Its members present one-act plays, written by the Broadway 
playwright, Nora Stirling, before any civic group interested in the behavioral problems of children. Following (>ach per- 
formance, the Director, or one trained by him, leads a discussion with the audience, bringing out the salient points of the 
play and helping menibers of the audience identify with the characters and situations. 

From this original idea, in 1959, the University of Maryland Drama \Ving was established as the first dramatic service 
fraternity in the United States and uses the fraternal letters Epsilon Sigma Delta, "Education and Service through Drama." 

In the past eleven years Draina Wing has traxelcd more than 29,000 miles and performed before more than 49,500 
persons in 574 performances, including guest appearances in Washington, D. C, Virginia, Pennsyh'ania, Delaware, Ark- 
ansas, and Missouri. 

Supporting the Drama Wing by accepting honorary memberships are Broadway and motion picture personalities 
Julie Harris, Olivia dcHavilland, and Henry Fonda. 

Drama Wing presents bi-weekly performances throughout the school year and books many performances over a year 
in advance. 






Seated: Miriam Novak, Shari Murray. 
Standing: Frank Budlcman, Andrea Bauer, 
Sherry VVoodfield. 



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RUDOLPH PUGLIESE, 
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Chapel bells ... for Protestants, Catholics, and Jews. 
Here, tradition meets progress. Challenging the Maryland 
student and enhancing his personal experience has been 
a goal of the Chapel Staff. Consisting of representatives 
from UCCF, Methodist, Baptist, Lutheran, and Episcopal 
faiths, the Chapel staff has sought to reach its goal 
through individual communication and by developing task 
oriented groups of active students. Growth groups, creative 
groups, faith and life seminars, self-developing and self- 
educating groups, lead to these new exjjeriences. The 
Chapel Board and the Chapel Choir altered the traditional 
worship service by advising the Chaplains to develop a 
worship service of active congregational participation 
through folk singing and meaningful litergy. 





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cussion. Wliether it is a Wesley exchange with Gallaudet, 
a regular Hillel kosher supper or an education class with 
Father Wintermeyer the exchange of ideas is a key 
factor. Learning is an endless process developed by 
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Yet, learning and reflection becomes useless without 
application. Showing the concern for personal involve- 
ment and action, the Chaplains take a strong lead, not 
only through supporting the Student Rally for Rights, 
but also in working closely with the Administration and 
faculty on the many campus issues. 

Not limiting application just to the campus, all the 
major faiths have been involved in social projects 
starting with Newman's NOW tutoring project, continu- 
ing with Hillel's Lakeland tutors and the Protestants 
Glendale program. These programs and others are ex- 
panding and growing in many directions. 

Yet, these changes from the traditional to the pro- 
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EDITOR'S NOTE 




I would like to take this opportunity to 
thank several people for their invaluable as- 
sistance: to Mr. Clayton Plummer, university 
purchasing agent, to Bill and Lil Clark, who 
bailed us out on several occasions, to Jack 
Isleib, our sales representative and morale 
booster from Hunter Publishing Company, 
and especially to Mr. Phil Geraci, our ad- 
visor, for his professional and patient as- 
sistance. 

To the stafif, what can I say? Thank you? 
That's hardly enough! I believe we achieved 
true unity and spirit this year, especially after 
those "all-nighter" deadline sessions. I hope 
that same spirit serves to guide you next 
year. Best of Luck! 

For those who are interested, this year's 
Terrapin is printed on Warren's Dull Enamel 
paper, the color feature on Warren's Saxony. 
The headline type style is Deane, the body 
type is Caledonia. Our printer is Hunter 
Publishing Company, in Winston-Salem, 
North Carolina. The cover design, by Scott 
Moores and Alan Isicson, was manufactured 
by Kingskraft (Kingsport Press, Inc.), in 
Kingsport, Tennessee. 



It's finished now. The plans of a vear ago have ful- 
filled themselves in 464 pages of the year 1967-1968. 

So what. \\Tiat makes tliis year's Terrapin different 
from any other — the capsule replay of a year with a 
complete file of names and faces? 

Every year an editor swears how he (or she) is going 
to do something individual, something challenging, some- 
thing to set this year apart from the others. Yet each year 
an editor has to sacrifice his plans and schemes because 
he hasn't enough money, because he hasn't the needed 
cooperation, because he finds it impractical in the printing 
process — something always seems to bring him back 
down to earth! In spite of these "hang-ups" an editor's 
sense of responsibility and professional pride charge him 
to produce nothing less than a modern, interesting, repre- 
sentative book. 

Let me tell you what's different about this year's 
Terrapin: Sure we've got group pictures, lots of them, 
but many have been taken "on location" — in the place 
of the group's choice — and we've included outlines for 
easier identification. 

We also tried to highlight several of the little k-nown 
"action" groups, hence their 2-page spreads. 

Under Student Life, you'll find a feature prefacing 
each section on what commuting, living in a dorm and 
being a Greek is really like. 

The sports section is also featurized, especially basket- 
ball, and each sport winds up with the team picture. 

Administrators are humanized, appearing casually in 
their everyday working situations, rather than in formal 
"stock" poses. Each college is characterized as well, with 
representative pictures and descriptive copy. 

Seniors are first this year, appearing by college, with 
an index of their activities at the end of the book. Many 
of those not pictured are mentioned in the index. 

Finally, our color feature section focuses upon you, 
the student. The issues most prevalent on campus speak 
out here, from drinking to student rights. Almost by chance, 
the feature's message emerged, reflected in nearly all of 
our photographers' pictures. 

ideally, we're all here for a purpose. Our purpose in 
this year's Tenapin is to reflect the identity of the past 
year, 1967-196S, with selected emphases. Throughout these 
pages, identify. Relate yourself to the year, find for 
1967-1968 a purpose, and place it in perspective among 
those gone by and those to come. 

The true test of the 1968 Terrapin \vi\\ come many 
years from now. If you are able to pick it up and relive 
at least in part what you've experienced here at the Uni- 
versity of Maryland, then I believe its purpose is well 
served. 



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LISA N. TAYLOR 
Editor-in-chief 




1968 TERRAPIN STAFF 





Editor-in-Chief 


Lisa N. Taylor 






Business Manager 


Sharon L. Smith 






Layout Editor 


Susie A. Kaminski 






Photo Editor 


Tony Anthony 






Copy Editor 


Jeanne S. Harris 






Art Editor 


Scott Moores 






Proof Editor 


Margie E. Johnson 




SECTION EDITORS 


STAFFS 


Commuters 


Cathy Sacks 


ART 




Greeks 


Phylhs MacCubbin 


Donna Hovenack 






Jim Sakers 


Judy Winslow 




Honoraries 


Fran Scher 


BUSINESS 




Organizations 


Sherry Mader 


Dick Rhudy — Assistant Business Manager 


Queens 


Linda Culbertson 


Cheryl Clark 


Carol Miller 


Religion 


Sharon Smith 


Diane Clithero 


Meg Mitchell 




Tony Anthony 


Ellen Fisher 


Iris Oppenheim 


Residences 


Pat Bright 


Carol Glenn 


Arlene Saaperstein 


Seniors 


Dennis Devaney 


Susan Glickstein 


Gail Sherman 


Sports 


Maxine Diamond 


Brenda Hogston 


Carol Thomas 






Kathy Hollar 


Ellen Uyeno 






Terese Lowe 


Wendye Wood 






Dana Meade 




CONTRIRUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS 


COPY 


LAYOUT 


Dave Bourden 


Harold Lalos 


Bill Brackney 


Carol Duke 


Gerry Brandt 


H. Ben Norman 


Ginny Broadbeck 


Diana Taylor 


Frank Caprio 


Steward Norton 


Debbi George 


PHOTO 


Anita Henderson 


John Stevens 


Mitzi Goldie 


Mike Gromet 


Chuck Knight 


Mike Tanner 


Dick Rhudy 


Alan Isicson 






Dick Webb 


Steve Vogel 



SENIOR ACTIVITIES INDEX 

Agriculture 



BADGER, JOHN CHARLES 
Baltimore; Animal Science. 
BENNER, ROY E. 
Takoma Park; Agronomy-Soils; 
Agronomy Club, Am. Soc. of 
Agronomy, Soil Soc. of Am. 
BEWLEY, ROBERT PEARSON 
Rockvjlle; Animal Sci.; Pre-Vet. 
Sci. Club. 

BOSWELL, DONALD H. 
Beallsville; General Agriculture. 
CANTER, KENNETH GARY 
Silver Spring; Animal Sci.; Pre- 
Vet. Sci, Club. 
COOPER, ROBERT E. 
HyattsvUle; AgricuJture Educa- 
tion; F.F.A. 

DAUGHERTY, J. RAYMOND 
Baltimore; Botany; Phi Eta Sig- 
ma, Alpha Zeta, Alpha Phi 
Omega, Dorm, V.P., Sec.; Year- 
book Distribution Manager. 
FRANCISCO, CAROLYN JUNE 
Greenbelt; General Agriculture; 
Block and Bridle Club. 
GILLEN, STEVEN GUY 
R o c k V i 1 1 e; Agronomy - Soils; 
Agronomy Club, Recording Sec. 
GROVE, EARL 

Hagerstown; Dairy Science; Al- 
pha Zeta, Pres.; Dorm, V.P., 
Chmn. House Rules Comm.; Ag. 
Council, V.P. 

HELLMAN, JAN VARIAN 
Pikesville; Mineralogy; Agronomy 
Club. 

HUNT, KENNETH H. 
Baltimore; Wildlife Conservation; 
Ski Club. 

JARRETT, DILMUS LYLE HI 
Parsonburg; Agronomy; Alpha 
Gamma Rho; Alpha Zeta; Agron- 
omy Club, Vice Pres.; Soil Judg- 
ing Team; 4-H Club; F.F.A. 
KLAVON, ALBERT JAMES 
Takoma Park; Agriculture Exten- 
sion; F.F.A.; Veterans Club. 
LEISURE, LEAH 
Baltimore; Animal Science; Vet- 
erinary Sci. Club, Sec; Sigma 
Phi Alpha; Pi EpsUon; Pep 
Comm.; Complex Olympics, 
MARTIN, ALLAN DALE 
Arbutus; Conservation; Dorm, 
Chmn. House Improvements, 
Float Comm.; Madrigals, Univ. 
Theater. 

NZEWI, GEORGE IFEANYI 
Port Harcourt, Nigeria; Agron- 
omy-Soils; Agronomy Club; Al- 
pha Zeta, Treas.; Phi Eta Sigma. 
PETERSON, ROY C. 
Marshallville, Ga.; Agriculture 
Education; Alpha Zeta; F.F.A.; 
Danforth Ag. Senior Award. 
PHILLIPS, GEORGE BOUNDS 
Quantico; Agriculture Econ.; 
Alpha Zeta. 

PHILLIPS, H. BRUCE 
Riverdale; Swimming Team; M. 
Club. 

RAY, C. WAYNE 
Finksburg; Agronomy; Agron- 
omy Club; Ag. Council; Alpha 
Zeta. 

REBERT, PHILIP LANGLY 
Westminster; Animal Science; 
Dorm Treas. 

RICE, WILLIAM L. JR. 
Cumberland; Agriculture Engi- 
neering; A.S.A.E.; Dorm House 
Rules Chmn.; Intramural Foot- 
ball. 

SHERALD, JAMES LAWRENCE 
Braddock Hgts.; Horticulture; 
Alpha Zeta; Pi Alpha Xi; Hill 
Area Council Rep., Dorm Pres., 
Sec. 

STANTON, THOMAS WINSTON 
Grantsville; General Agriculture; 
Dorm V.P. 

STEVENS, DANIEL J. 
Lexington Park; Agriculture Eco- 
nomics; Ag. Econ. Club. 
TRUMP, DALE S. 
York, Penna.; Animal Science; 
Intercollegiate Livestock Judging 
Team, Block and Bridle Club; 
Intramurals. 
WEISS, BARRY 

Flushing, N. J.; General Agri- 
culture; Hillel V.P. 

Arts & Sciences 

AARON, THOMAS R. 

Bedford, Mass.; Economics; Sig- 
ma Alpha Epsilon; Pres. Sr. 
Class; Pres. Men's League; Chief 
Justice IFC Court; Omicron Del- 
ta Kappa; 2 Faculty Senate Sub- 
com. 

ASHTON, RICHARD JAMES 
Frederick; Sociology; Dorm 
House Rules Comm, 



AUSTIN, JEAN M. 
Silver Spring; Psychology; S.U.B.; 
DMB cartoonist; Sr. Prom Co- 
Chm.; Jr. Prom; DayDodger Big 
Sister. 

BALLANT, JR. ARTHUR F. 
Fort Lee, N. J.; Economics; Omi- 
cron. 

ALEXANDER, AUBREY 
VERNON 

Baltimore; Mathematics; Dorm 
Scholarship Chm. ROTC Drill 
Team; Intramural Football; Psy- 
chology Club. 
ALUISI, TONI LEE 
District Heights; Sociology; Dorm 
Jud. Bd.; PACE; Young Dems. 
AMES, MARY ANN 
Beltsville; Nursing. 
ANDERSON, ALLAN 
Bethesda; Economics; Newman 
Club; UCA. 

ANDERSON, JANICE M. 
Laurel; Sociology; VMH. 
ANDERSON, ROSALIND 
Springfield, Va.; Studio Art; 
Alpha Delta Pi; Historian; Bri- 
dal Fair. 

ARMSTRONG, SUSAN LAURA 
Baltimore; Zoology; Alpha Lamb- 
da Delta; Phi Sigma; Diadem; 
Treas.; Dorm, V.P.; Honors prog- 
ram. 

ARNAIZ, JAMES V. 
Bayonne, N. J.; Government and 
Politics; Dorm, V.P., Treas.; Jud. 
Bd.; Dean's List; Intramurals; 
Equestrian Club, Pres.; Jr. Prom, 
Delta Epsilon; Alpha Omega; 
Newman Club; Dorm, Pres., V.P.; 
Intramurals. 
BARNETT, ERIC C. 
Philadelphia, Pa. Psychology; 
Dorm, V.P.; House Rules Comm. 
BARRON, JR. JOHN H. C. 
Mount Rainier; History; SGA 
V.P.; Fresh, class Pres.; Lambda 
Chi Alpha V.P.; Omicron Delta 
Kappa Sec.; Dalegethos. 
BART, MARILYN 
Montvale, N. J.; French and 
Sociology; SGA Newsletter; Dorm 
Acad. Chm.; French Club. 
BARTNIK, DONALD J. 
Baltimore; Sociology; Intramurals; 
RA. 

BAUER, ANDREA MARIE 
White Hall; French; Drama 
Wing. 

BECHTEL, JAMES E. 
Lewisburg, Pa.; Psychology; Psi 
Chi; Marching Band; Symphonic 
Band; Intramurals; CP Vol. Fire 
Dept. 

BECK, JR. JOHN W. 
Salisbury; History; Dorm Acad. 
Chm. 

BENS, JOBE HARRISON 
Chevy Chase; English; Heta Beta 
Rho; Hillel Exec. Bd. 
BENTZ, JO LYNNE 
Bethesda; English; Angel Flight, 
Commander; Dorm, Jud. Bd. 
BERNEY, PATRICK M. 
Silver Spring; Economics; ROTC; 
Economics Discussion Club, Pres.; 
Course Guide. 
BERNSTEIN, ANNE LOIS 
Silver Spring; Mathematics; Pi 
Mu Epsilon, Sec, Treas.; Course 
Guide; Dean's List; Phi Kappa 
Phi. 

BILLMEIER, M. ANN 
Denton; Zoology; Pre-Med Club; 
Phi Sigma; Dorm Jud. Bd. RH 
Jud. Horseback Riding Interest 
Gp. 

BISHOP, CLAIRE-PAULE 
Takoma Park; Fine Art.s; AR- 
GUS; Vol. for Mental HHk. 
BLAZER, MARIELLEN 
Wheaton; English; Newman 
Found. 

BLOCK, STEWART ALLEN 
Silver Spring; Government and 
Politics; Phi Epsilon Pi; Phi 
Beta Kappa; Omicron Delta Kap- 
pa; Kappa Kappa Psi; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Eta Beta Rho; Md. 
Marching Band; Just, on IFC. 
BLOSE, MARCIA ELINOR 
Annapolis; French Foreign Area; 
Dorm Pres.; Dorm Treas.; Den- 
ton Complex Bd. of Review; 
Dorm Comm. 
BOGDANOFF, BOB 
Chevy Chase; Speech and Drama; 
Drama; Flying Follies; Pep 
Comm.; Frosh Prom Dec. chrmn; 
Jr. Prom Queen's Prod. UT; 
Nat. Collegiate Player. 
BOLOTIN, JEFFREY W. 
Baltimore; Government and Poli- 
tics; Varsity Debate Team; Pi 
Sigma Alpha; Dorm Officer; 
Dean's List; Honors Convocation. 



BORKO, STEPHEN B. 
Takoma Park; Government & 
Politics; People to People, Pol. 
Sci. Club; Young Dems, 
BOTTOM, GORDON R. 
Hyattsville; German; Freshman 
Soccer; Chapel Choir; German 
Club. 

BOWERS, ALAN STUART 
Baltimore; Spanish; Dorm V.P.; 
Chrmn Dorm Rules Comm. Elli- 
cot Area Council; Ellicott Dedi- 
cation Comm. 
BOWERS, DOUGLAS E. 
Berkshire; History; Phi Alpha 
Theta; Dean's List; History 
Honors Program. 
BOYER, GLORIA JEAN 
Silver Spring; English; Kappa 
Delta Pi. 

BRADT, PETER FREDERICKS 
Excelsior Springs, Missouri; Geo- 
graphy; House Rules Comm. 
Dorm Soc. Comm. Athletic 
Comm. 

BRAUN, JOHN CHARLES 
Qatonsville; English; PreiMed 
Soc; Intramurals. 
BRODSKY, RICHARD ELLIOTT 
Baltimore; Zoology, Pre-Med; 
Rush Chrmn; Homecoming 
Comm.; Blood Drive; Spring 
Weekend. 

BROOKS, KAY TRUXTON 
Baltimore; Govenmient and Poli- 
tics; Dorm V.P. Dorm Pres.; 
Acad. Chrmn of Dorm; Chrmn 
AFS Dorm Acad. Bd.; Pi Sigma 
Alpha; Free State Party; Dorm 
Jud. Bd. 

BROWN, ALLEN F. 
Silver Spring; Psychology; New- 
man Club; Pre-law Club. 
BROWNSTEIN, ANITA F. 
Baltimore; Government and Poli- 
tics; Alpha Lambda Delta; Pi 
Sigma Alpha; John Marshall 
Soc; Dean's List; Ski Club; 
SUB Comm.; Young Dems. 
BRYER, MADELINE 
Silver Spring; Sociology; Ski 
Club; Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Dean's List. 

BUCKLEY, MARY LYNN 
Kensington; Alpha Omicron Pi; 
Old Line Campaign; Old Line 
Convention Comm.; AWS Cult. 
Comm. 

BUCKSON, VELVER JEAN 
Baltimore; Mathematics; Angel 
Flight Area Comtroller; Dorm 
Jud. Bd.; Dorm Cult. Comm.; 
Dorm Floor V.P.; Dorm Big 
Sis; Orientation. 
BUNLLOCK, PATRICIA 
Baltimore; Mathematics; Dorm 
Treas.; Dorm Big Sis; Dorm 
Orientation Comm. 
BURGER, GERALD 
Silver Spring; Pre-Med, Zoology; 
Pre-Med Club. 
BYRD III, NORUAL E. 
Baltimore; History; Dorm HAC 
Rep; Dorm Acad. Comm.; Young 
Reps. 

CANO, RICHARD VERNON 
Spotswood, New Jersey; Arts & 
Sciences; Phi Sigma Society, 
CAPRIO, FRANK B. 
Falls Church, Virginia; Social 
Psycholog>'; Yearbook Photog- 
rapher, Newspaper Photographer; 
Assoc. Ed. of Lit. Mag. 
CAPRIOTTI, SUSAN C. 
Adelphi; History. 
CAPUTO, CAROL 
Nutley, New York; Spanish; Kap- 
pa Delta; Panhell Coxmcil; Co- 
Capt of Cheerleaders; Modern 
Dance Group. 

CASEY, DENIS PATRICK 
Trenton, New Jersey; English; 
Phi Sigma Kappa Pres.; Scholar- 
ship Chrmn.; IFC Court; Var- 
sity Soccer; Sports Column The 
Greek; Ed Bd. The Greek; Intra- 
murals. 

CASSIDY, SHEILA M. 
Lanham; Economics; FOB; AWS; 
Big Sis; College Casino; Gen. 
Hon.; Alpha Delta Theta. 
CAWLEY, MICHAEL PATRIC 
Wheaton; History; Phi Delta 
Theta. 

CHOROSZEJ, WAYNE H. 
Havre De Grace; History; Dorm 
Athletic Comm. Intramurals. 
CHRISTHILF, JOHN H. 
Baltimore; Histor\'; Y'oung Reps.; 
Dorm Secy. 

CLARKE, TIMOTHY E. 
Baltimore; International Rela- 
tions; Rush Chrmn VP; Delta 
Tau Delta Pres; IFC Cons- 
titution & By-Laws; Treas of 
Sr Class; Pres of Penn. Club. 



COCKEY, MARTHA 
Towson; Sociology; Panhell Act. 
Chmm; Diamond; Alpha. 
COLEMAN, CHARLES N. 
Baltimore; International Affairs; 
Dorm Treas; Dorai Pres; Intra- 
mural Sports. 
COLLEVECCHIO, NICHOLAS 

Baltimore Psychology; Vol. for 
Mental Hlth. 

CONN, BETTY SUSANNE 
Ashton; History; Hockey; Lit 
Club; Fencing. 
CONNELLY, BERNADETTE 
HELEN 

Adelphi; History; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; Debating Soc. 
CONNER, PATRICK WAYNE 
Marion Station; English; Aca- 
demic Chrmn; Dorm Chrmn 
House Rules Comm. 
COOK, CHARLOTTE E. 
Kensington; History; Nevraian 
Foundation; PACE. 
COOPAT, MELINDA A. 
White Plains, New York. 
COZZOLI, THOMAS E. 
Hagerstown; Television Directing; 
Univ. Choir Pres.; Flying Fol- 
lies; Pershing Rifle; TV Work- 
shop; ROTC Silver Cup Award. 
CRADLEY, NORMAN SPENCER 
Silver Spring; Radio-Television; 
Univ Choir; Radio-TV Work- 
shop; WMUC. 
CUMMINGS, LINDA DALE 
Adelphi; History; Sigma Kappa; 
VP; FOB Customs Comm.; AWS 
Elec Comm; Harmony Hall; Old 
Line; SGA Poll Worker. 
CUNNINGHAM, CECJLE 
(TINA) 

Wheaton; English; Mortar Bd. 
Pres; Diadem; Freestate, AWS 
Coke Date Chrmn; Dir Miss U 
of Md; Panhell Social Chrmn. 
CUSTER, GREGORY D. 
Baltimore; Psychology. 
DANN, EVERETT C. JR. 
Baltimore; Political Science; Dorm 
Secy; Treas; Dorm Exec Counc. 
DANOFF, LESLIE 
Baltimore; Biological Sciences; 
Day Dodger Big Sis; Delta Phi 
Epsilon VP; Secy. 
DAUGHERTY, JOHN 
RAYMOND 

Arbutus; Botany; Alph Phi Ome- 
ga; Alpha Zeta; Phi Eta Sigma; 
Dorm Secy; Dean's List; Botany 
Hon. Lab Inst.; Dist. Man. Ter- 
rapin. 

DAVIDSON, ELAINE RITA 
Washington; D. C; Dorm Act. 
Chrmn; M-Book Layout Ed; 
Section Ed; Bridge Club. 
DAVIES, JANICE 
Severna Park; Sociology; Kappa 
Delta; Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Diamond; Vol. for Mental Hlth. 
DAVIS, MARY KAY 
Suitland; English; FOB; Young 
Reps.; Course Guide; Children's 
Phys. Dev. Clinic; Dorm Big 

DAVIS, MICHAEL KENT 
Washington, D. C; Philosophy; 
Course Guide. 
DEAN, ROBERT D. 
Kensington; Psychology/Sociolo- 
gy; Newman Club; Vol. for Men- 
tal Hlth.; N.O.W, Prog. 
DEAN, RONALD O. 
Kensington; Psychology; Ret. 
Pres. Newman Found.; ROTC. 
DELCANTO, MARIA ELENA 
Washington, D. C; English and 
Spanish Literature; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma; Bridal Fair; Soph. Prom; 
Greek; Campus Casino; Begin- 
ners Mod. Dance Club. 
DE LEON, KAREN E. 
Adelphi; Sociology. 
DEMING, TRICIA 
Silver Spring; Criminology; Kap- 
pa Kappa Gamma, V.P., Rush 
Comm., Pledge Pres.; Diadem, 
Pres.; SGA.; Sr. Legislature; 
Summer Orient.ition Sponsor; 
People - to - People Membership 
Chmn., Sec'y; AWS Comm. 
Chrmn. 

DEVANEY, DENNIS MARTIN 
Mt. Rainier History; Stud. Traf. 
Court; Terrapin Sports Ed.; John 
Marshall So. Sec; SGA News- 
letter; Pre-Law Club. 
DEVRIES, ELLEN 
Takoma Park; Sociology; Vol. 
for Menl.al Hlth.; Young Dems.; 
Hillel tutoring proj. 
DICKSON, DUNCAN R. 
Annapolis; History; Dorm Pres., 
V.P.; Fresh Lacrosse; Argus; 
Intramurals. 

DICUS, WILLIAM WARREN 
Glen Bumie; Chemistry. 
DONELAN, MARY PATRICIA 
Chevy Chase; Psychology; New- 
man Club. 

DONOVAN, BARBARA JOAN 
Bethesda; English; Ski Club; 
Dorm Sec, Pres.; Bowling Leag. 



DORSEY, 11 THOMAS LEE 
Baltimore; Psychology; Psi Chi; 
Pol. Club. 

DOVE, THOMAS P. 
Hyattsville; Government and 
Politics; UCA Pres.; Chrmn 
Springweekend; Legis. Reorgani- 
zation; Pre-Law Honorary; V.P. 
Old Line Pary; V.P., ACSG. 
DREIFUSS, JEFF M. 
Bladensburg; Psychology; Rugby 
Club; Dorm Soc. Chrmn.; Dorm 
Schol. Chrmn.; Hillel; Pre-Law 
Club. 

DUNLOP, RICHARD E. 
Philadelphia, Pa.; Social Psy- 
chology; Vet. Club; Students for 
Responsible Citizenship; Vol. for 
Mental Hlth.; Internal. Club; 
UT. 

EDELSTEIN, JACK 
New CarroUton; American Studies; 
Alpha Epsilon Pi; Float Chrmn.; 
Frat. Intramurals; Dorm Soc. 
Comm.; House Rides Comm. 
Baltimore; Zoology; M-Book; 
Dorm WRA; Dorm Fire Mars- 
shall; FOB; Dorm Kite Flying 
EINSPRUCH, MURIEL ANNE 
Comm. Chrmn. 
ELKINS, MARGARET ELISE 
College Park; Drama; Kappa 
Delta; Mod. Dance Club; Drama 
Prod. 

ELLIS, DONNA LLOYD 
Baltimore; Television; Radio/TV 
Workshop; Mod. Dance Club. 
ESKOW, ROY LIONEL 
Perth Amboy, N. J.; English; 
SUB, Pres.; Dorm Pres., VP; 
Just, of Student Traffic Crt.; En- 
tertainment Chrmn of Sr. Prom; 
Jr. Class Comm. 
ESTES, D. CHRISTINE 
Silver Spring; Applied Music; 
Women's Chorus; Sigma Alpha 
Iota. 

ESTES, TERRANCE G. 
Greyball, Wyom.; Government 
and Politics; Advanced AFROTC. 
EWING, ELAINE M. 
Baltimore; English; Diadem; 
AWS Pres., Sec'y; Dorm Pres.; 
Dorm Act. Chrmn. 
FAY, KEVIN PATRICK 
Takoma Park; History; Sigma 
Chi; Soc. Chrmn.; Sec'y; Free 
State Party; Md. Marching Band. 
FELDMAN, MARC 
Baltimore; Sociology/Pre-Dent; 
Sigma Alpha Mu; Scholarship 
Chrmn. 

FELLER, MARJORIE MAY 
Greenbelt; Zoology; Alpha Lamb- 
da Delta; Phi Sigma; NSF_ Sum- 
mer Research Grant; Dean's List. 
FERRIS, ROBIN H. 
Camp Springs; Sociology; Univ. 
Choir. 

FERRY, THOMAS PATRICK 
Hyattsville; Zoology; Sigma Chi; 
Kalegathos; Elec. Bd.; Who's 
Who Selec. Comm.; Free State 
Party; F.O.B.; Jr. Prom. 
FILER, JR., RICHARD 
NELSON 

Bethesda; Economics; Chris. Fel- 
lowship Council; Young Dems. 
Qub. 

FINE, JARED I. 
Mt. Rainier; Zoology; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Kalegathos; Phi Epsilon Pi 
Pres. 

FINE, ROBERT B. 
Baltimore; Government and Poli- 
tics; Omicron Delta Kappa; 
Kalegathos; Pi Sigma Alpha 
Pres. V.P.; Sigma Alpha Mu; 
IFC Ct. Just.; SGA Election Bd. 
FITZMAURICE, ANN 
CATHERINE 

Greenbelt; Psychology; Psi Chi. 
FLEIGH, NANCY DOWNIN 
Hagerstown; History; Dorm Coun- 
cil; Alpha Delta Pi; Women's 
Rpc .Assoc 

FLEISCHMANN, ALICE 
Baltimore; Sociology; Soc. Club. 
FLETCHER, JOHN FRANCIS 
Bethesda; Sociology; Soc. Club. 
FLOOD, PATRICIA ANNE 
Silver Spring; Sociology; Vol. for 
Mental Hlth.; Newman Club; 
Soc. Club. 

FORINGER, PAMELA M. 
Rockville; Speech; Flying Follies; 
Gamma Sigma Sigma; Project 
Chrmn; College Bd. Rep. for 
Charles of the Ritz. 
FRATIANNI, NANCY CLAIRE 
Oxon Hill; Sociology; Dorm Jud. 
Bd. 

FREEMAN, DIANA JEAN 
Silver Spring; English; Pre-Law 
Club, Sec'y; Rep. to Council of 
Prof. Organ.; Cult. Chmm of 
Dorm; Calvert Rev. 
FREER, ROBERT WALKER 
Garrett Park; Economics; Econo- 
mics Dis. Club; Dorm House 
Rules; Men's League Jud Bd.; 
Dorm Intramurals. 



FRIBUSH, SUZANNE H. 
Pikesville; Speech and Hearing 
Science; Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Dorm V.P.; Academic Chrmn; 
Soc. Comm.; Sigma Alpha Eta; 
Rec. Sec'y. 

FURR, WILLIAM HERBERT 
Odenton; Sociology; Delta Sigma 
Phi Soc. Chrmn.; Old Line Party; 
Anthrop. Soc; Soc. Club. 
GABOR, MONICA ROSE 
Laurel; Art; Pres. Of Dorm; 
Jud. Bd.; Res. Exec. Council; 
Dorm Art Chrmn.; Gamma Sigma 
Sigma. 

GADO, DONNA M. 
Lanham; English; Young Dems.; 
Newman Foun. 
GARDNER, BETTY 
Cullen; English; Alpha Chi Ome- 
ga; Soc. Chrmn.; AWS Big Sis. 
Prog.; AWS Elec. Bd.; AWS 
Calendar Comm.; AWS. Or- 
phans' Party; FOB. 
GATCHELL, CHARLOTTE SUE 
Silver Spring; Mathematics; Al- 
pha Delta Pi; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; Women's Rec. Assoc. 
GAYAN, JOAN ESTELLE 
Beltsville; French; Terrapin Ski 
Club; French Poem Recital. 
GEBLER, HI, ARNOLD 
FREDERICK 

Kingsville; English; AFROTC. 
GIBNEY, MATTHEW J. 
Crofton; German/Pre-Medicine; 
Pre-Med Soc; German Club. 
GINSBERG, ELAINE ANN 
Silver Spring; Sociology; Sociolo- 
gy Club; Diamondback; Pi Delta 
Epsilon. 

GINSBERG, NANCY V. 
Baltimore; Psychology; Dorm 
Pres.; Dorm Fresh. Orientation 
Chrmn. 

GLACKIN, SUE ANN 
Cardiff; Government and Politics; 
AWS Pres.; Dorn Pres., V.P.; 
Mortar Bd.; Alpha Lambda Del- 
ta; Diadem; Pi Sigma Alpha; 
Fac. Senate Comm. on Council- 
ing of Students, 
GOFFMAN, BARBARA 
Baltimore; Sociology; Alpha Ep- 
silon Phi, Pledge Trainer; Terra- 
pin Staff; College Casino Comm.; 
Old Line Party; GREEK. 
GOLDMAN, LAURA CAROLE 
Hyattsville; Spanish; Sigma Del- 
ta Pi; Dean's List; Upward 
Bound Proj. 

GOLDSTEIN, MARK A. 
Rockville; Zoology; Phi Sigma, 
Pre-Med Soc; Anthropology 
Club. 

GOLOSKOV. STANLEY H. 
Baltimore; Zoology; Phi Epsilon 
Pi; Schol. Chrmn.; Corr. Sec'y.; 
IFC Del. 

GORDON, LOUIS IRA 
Baltimore; Sociology; Pre-Dent. 
Society; Dorm Comm.; Intramu- 
rals; Chess Club. 
GRAY, JANE 

Mt. Rainier; Psychology; Alpha 
Chi Omega; Majorettes. 
GRAY, LINDA MARIE 
Richmond, Va.; English. 
GREGOUR, LYNN ARLINE 
Silver Spring; History; Delta 
Gamma; Chrmn. AWS Daydod- 
ger Dinner; Information Please; 
People-to-People; FOB; Terrapin. 
GRESSER, CAROL 
Baltimore; Microbiology; Sigma 
Alpha Omicron. 
GRIGGS, JUDITH ANN 
Baltimore; Sociology; Vol. for 
Mental Hlth. 

GROSSMAN, MAYNARD 
Baltimore; Speech; Ad Man. of 
WMUC; Disc Jockey; Pub. Dir. 
of Radio TV. Workshop; VP of 
Dorm; Hillel Found.; Pi Delta 
Epsilon. 

GROSSMAN, STEPHEN BRUCE 
Wheaton; Physics; Alpha Epsi- 
lon Pi; Treas. Sigma Pi Sigma; 
Dean's List; NSF-URP Prog. 
GROW, CYNTHIA ANN 
San Luis Obispo, California; Art 
History. 

GRUBER, MICHAEL G. 
Baltimore; Goveimment; Delta 
Sigma Pi; Dorm Treas.; House 
Rules Comm. 
GURNEY, SAUL DAVID 
Randallstown; Pre-Dentistry/So- 
ciology; Treas. Pre-Dent. Soc. 
HACKETT, WILLIAM E. 
Hyattsville; Government and Poli- 
tics; Student Traffic Crt, Chief 
Just.; PreLaw Club Pres.; Phi 
Eta Sigma Hist.; Pi Sigma Al- 
pha; John Marshall Soc; New- 
man Club. 

HAGAN, MICHAEL F. 
El Paso, Texas; Sociology; Theta 
Beta Gamma; RSA Basketball; 
Loyola Tut. Proj.; CCO; Vol. 
for Mental Hlth. 



HARDING, GARY KENT 
Chesapeake, Va.; Physics; Phi 
Kappa Tau, Pres., Treas.; Kale- 
gatheos. 

HARGY, CECELIA MARGARET 
Catonsville; Sociology; Ski Club; 
Dorm Hist. 

HARRIS, JOHN CHARLES 
Baltimore; Zoology; Phi Eta Sig- 
ma; Pre-Med Club; Phi Sigma; 
Dorm, Soc. Comm, Cult. Chm., 
Schol. Chm. 

HARRIS, MARCELLA LINDA 
Baltimore; Mircrobiology; Sigma 
Alpha Omicron; Ethos; FOB; 
PACE; Dorm Act. 
HARRIS, STEPHEN EDWARD 
Adelphi; Art; UCA; Alpha Phi 
Omega; Course Guide; Intra- 
murals. 

HARRISON, PATRICIA ANN 
Avondale; History. 
HEGGESTAD, MARGOT K. 
College Park; History; Alpha 
Gamma Delta Treas.; Phi Beta 
Kappa; Alpha Lambda Delta; 
FOB. 

HEINMULLER, DAVID CARL 
Catonsville; History; Intramurals; 
Dorm Improve. Chm., House 
Rules, Soc. Comm. 
HENNINGER, LOIS JEAN 
Beltsville; Sociology; UCA; Wes- 
ley. 

HENSON, DAVID L. 
Hagerstown; Psychology; Phi 
Delta Theta; Soph CTass V.P.; 
RA. 

HERCHENROEDER, NANCY 
Takoma Park; Government and 
Politics; Alpha Omicron Pi; M 
Book. 

HERGET, JOHN WILLIAM 
Bethesda; History; Gymkana; 
Newman. 

HETZLER, STEPHANIE ADAIR 
Rockville; Sociology; Phi Beta 
Phi, Treas.; Daydodger Big Sis. 
HICKEY, ALAN JOSEPH 
Falmouth, Maine; Zoology; 
Lambda Chi Alpha Schol. Chm.; 
Intramurals; Pre-Dental Club; 
Phi Sigma; HRC. 
HIGGINS, MARGARET ANN 
Bowie; Psychology; VMH. 
HIGGINS, MARY PATRICIA 
Silver Spring; Government & 
Politics; NeWTTian. 
HILL, ROBERT L. 
Brainardsville, N. Y.; Psychology; 
VMH; Psi Chi. 
HILELFARB, JUDY 
Pikesville; Psychology; Psi Chi. 
HOEHL, CHERYL JEAN 
New Carlisle, Ohio; Art; Gym- 
kana. 

HUFFMAN, EDWARD BARRY 
Randallstown; Zoology; Phi Sig- 
ma Delta; Campus Chest; Career 
Week; Intramural. 
HOLTER, RALPH K. 
Adelphi; Government & Politics; 
IFC Rep.; Sigma Pi, V.P.; In- 
tramurals; IFC Rush Comm. 
HOOVER. VIRGINIA LEE 
Hampstead; Sociology; Home Ec. 
Club, Home Ec. Student Fac. 
Comm., Dorm Jud Board Chrm. 
HOPE, DALE ELAINE 
Catonsville; English. 
HOROWITZ, NANCY JANE 
Baltimore; Arts and Sciences. 
HUESTIS, K. FREDERICK 
Glen Bumie; Government & Poli- 
tics; Men's Glee Club, Pres. 
HUGHES, ANGELA 
Camberley, England; Zoology; 
Newman Found. 
ILIE, CHIOARIU 
Sibiu, Roumania; Zoology. 
IRVING, MALCOLM J. 
Mamaroneck, New York; Psy- 
chology; Vet. Club. 
IRWIN, HUGH C. 
Rutherford, N. J.; History; V.P. 
Olvmpic Barbell Club 1965, 
Pres. 1966, Treas. 1967. 
JACKSON, DELBERT LEE 
Elkton; History (Pre-law); Pre- 
law Club; Young Dem. Club. 
JARBOE, ROBERT ERNEST 
Laurel; English; Phi Eta Sigma, 
Phi Beta Kappa. 
JONES, PATRICIA E. 
McLean, Virginia; English; Al- 
pha Omega Pi, Treas.; Blood 
Drive Chm. 

JONES, THOMAS WILSON 
Catonsville; Botany. 
JURGELA, ELENA DONNA 
MAY 

Bethesda; Music (voice); Sigma 
Alpha Iota; Madrigal Singers; 
Flying Follies; Opera Workshop. 
JYACHOSKY, BARBARA A. 
Perryopolis, Pennsylvania; His- 
tory. 

KAISER, SUSAN JEAN 
Kensington; English; GA; PACE; 
Mod Dance Club. 



KAMPHAUS, MARY LOU 
Hillcrest Heights; Psychology; 
Transferred (torn Blridgewater 
College; Vol. for Men. Hlth.; 
Counc for Exceptional Children. 
KAPLAN, LAWRENCE A. 
Aberdeen; Psychology; Pre-dent 
Club, Pres; Chrmn. House Rules 
Comm.; Jud. Comm.; Intramural 
football. 

KARR, ROSE PATRICIA 
Psychology; Psi Chi Psych. Hon. 
KAUFMAN, LINDA E. 
Silver Spring; Economics; Omi- 
cron Delta Epsilon, Pres.; Dorm 
Jud. Board Chrm.; Diamondback 
reporter. 

KELLY, CHRISTOPHER 
Wilmington, Delaware; Zoology; 
Dorm Pres., Denton Complex 
Council; Pres. Natl. Res. Hall 
Hon.; R.A,; Lambda Chi Alpha. 
KELLY, JOANNE T. 
Kensington; History; Dorm Acad. 
Chrm.; Newman Club; Pep 
Comm. 

KIRCHNER. NANCY ANNE 
Temple Hills; Microbiology; Al- 
pha Lambda Delta; FOB Chrm.; 
Sigma Alpha Omega, Seo'y., 
Pres.; Phi Beta Kappa. 
KLAUSNER, JEFFREY S. 
Baltimore; Zoology; Alpha Epsi- 
lon Pi, V.P., Sec'y.; I.F.C. Const. 
Comm. Chrm.; Pre-Vet Club. 
KLEIN, HARVEY W. 
Baltimore; Zoology; Dorm Treas., 
Dorm Pres.; Phi Sigma Soc; 
Dorm House Rules Comm.; Tutor 
of imderprivileged school chil- 
dren. 

KLEIN, LENNIE 
Owings Mills; English; Young 
Dems.; Soc. Comm.; Homecom- 
ing Float Comm. 
KLEIN, MARGARET RUTH 
Silver Spring; French; Gamma 
Sigma Sigma; Asst. First V.P. 
KOLIAIS, CHARLES PETE 
Baltimore; History. 
KONTOS, VALERIE 
Baltimore; Psychology; Alpha 
Omega Pi, Asst. House Pres.; 
Alumni Section Editor Terrapin; 
Vol. for Men. Hlth.; College 
Casino. 

KOONTZ, JOHN EDWARD, JR. 
Baltimore; History; Dorm V.P.; 
Intramural Athletics; RA. 
KOZIARZ, BARBARA JAYNE 
Sevema Park; English; Newman 
Club Ed. Chm.; Dorm OfR. 
KRAFF, MARY MARGARET 
Stamford, Connecticut; English; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma, pledge 
trainer; Angel Flight; People to 
People; Bridal Fair; Agualiners. 
KRALL, PAUL R. 
Beltsville; History; Sigma Nu. 
KRATZ, JUDITH ANN 
College Park; English; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma; AWS Sr. Rep.; 
Sec'y. Panhell. Council; 1st V.P. 
Jr. Panhellenic; AWS Daydodger 
Big Sis. 

KREPP, DANIEL PATRICK 
Dundalk; American Studies; Al- 
pha Tau Omega; German Club. 
KRIEGER, SHELDON JAY 
Baltimore; Sociology; Phi Sigma 
Delta; Sec'y.; Publications Edi- 
tor; Soc. Club Pres.; S.G.A. 
Placement Comm.; I.F.C. Pub. 
Rel. Comm.; Greek; Diamond- 
back. 

KRUGER, JUDITH LEE 
Kensington; Psychology; Dorm 
Sec'y., Treas., Soc Chm.; AWS 
Rep. 

LANSBERG, KAREN JOAN 
Randallstown; English; Diamond- 
back; Dorm Big Sis.; Jud. Bd. 
Chair.; Readers' Theatre. 
LAW, MARY ELAINE 
Gaithersburg; Sociology; Soc. 
Club. 

LAWLESS, ELLEN R. 
Mt. Rainier; Speech Therapy; 
Gamma Phi Beta, Pledge Trainer; 
FOB; Sub; AWS; Daydodger 
Big Sis.; Sigma Alpha Eta. 
LEBOE, WILLIAM EDWARD 
Baltimore; Zoology, Pre-Med; 
Dorm Comm. 
LEBSON, ARTHUR M. 
Baltimore; Psychology; Dorm 
House and Rules Comm.; Dorm 
Schol. Comm. Chm.; Pres. B'nai 
Brith Hillel Foun.; HUlel Book 
Award. 

LEE, JAMES C. H. 
Silver Spring; Psychology; Chi- 
nese Club, Corres. Sec'y., V.P.; 
Chinese Festival of Arts; Souve- 
nir Program Chm. 
LEHNEIS, NILS ART 
Catonsville; Physics. 
LEON, SONIA M. 
Hyattsville; Spanish; Newman 
Club; PACE; International Club. 
LERNER, CAROLYN LEE 
Adelphi; Spanish; International 
Club; Course Guide. 



LEVERTON. CAROL ANN 
Silver Spring; Government and 
Politics; AWS Cult. Comm.; 
Dorm Section V.P.; Dorm Jud. 
Bd.; Pol. Sci. Club; Diamond- 
back. 

LEVINE. ALLAN 
Baltimore; Sociology; Frosh La- 
crosse; Var. Lacrosse; Course 
Guide; Zeta Beta Tau, V.P.; IFC 
Rep.; Gate and Key; M-Club. 
LEVINE, MARK J. 
Silver Spring; Zoology; Dorm 
Ath. Comm.; Dorm Schol. Comm. 
Chm.; Var. Card Sec; Dorm In- 
tramurals; Dorm Pres.; Cam- 
bridge Improve. Comm. Chm. 
LEVOCK, MICHAEL P., JR. 
Cardale, Pennsylvania; Philoso- 
phy. 

LEVY, DEBORAH JOAN 
Baltimore; Mathematics; Alpha 
Lambda Delta. 
LEVY, SUSAN 

Hyattsville; Sociology; Terrapin, 
bus. mgr.; Argus, Young Dems. 
LEWIS, SUSAN RIDGE 
Baltimore; Sociology; Big Sis.; 
Jud. Bd.; Soc. Club; Fire Lieut. 
LIEBERMAN, MICHAEL A. 
Silver Spring; Economics; Bridge 
Club; Diamondback. 
LIEBLEIN, JACK 
Rockville; English; Calvert Re- 
view. 

LIGHT, PAMELA SUE 
New Carrollton; Art; Flying Fol- 
lies. 

LINDERMAN, JAMES E. 
Roscoe, Pa.; Mathematics. 
LIPSITZ, NANCY A. 
Buffalo, N. Y.; English; Phi Sig- 
ma Sigma; College Casino; Old 
Line; SUB. 
LISSY, JEFFREY 
Baltimore; Zoology; Pre-dent 
Club; Phi Sigma Delta; Intra- 
murals. 

LORING, WILLIAM C. 
Bethesda; History. 
LOVE, FRANKLIN W. 
Whaleysville; Government & Pol- 
itics; Dorm Sec, Jud. Bd.; In- 
tramurals. 

LOWE. ELIZABETH L. 
Bowie; Zoology; Sigma Tau 
Sigma. 

LOWENSTEIN, PHILLIS M. 
Bethesda; Psychology; Gamma 
Sigma Sigma, Treas.; WRA— 
Horseback riding. 
LUND, JEFFREY ALAN 
Willow Grove, Pa.; Sociology; 
Dorm Pres.; EUicott Area Coun-.; 
Phi Kappa Alpha. 
LURIE, JERALD BENSON 
Baltimore; Psychology; Psi Chi; 
John Marshall Soc; Pre-Law 
Qub. 

LUSBY, JAMES ROBERT 
Carrolltown; Psychology. 
MARQUARDT, CHARLES D. 
Ber\vyn Heights; Government & 
Politics ; Cen . Student Ct . ; John 
Marshall Soc; Ski Club; Young 
Rep. Club. 

MASLAK, MARGARET ANN 
Suitland; Mathematics; Course 
Guide. 

MAYNARD, NACY ANN 
Baltimore; English; Res. Hall 
Coun.; Camb. Complex, V.P. 
McABEE. SALLY A. 
Catonsville; English; Dorm Soc. 
Chm . ; Camb. Complex Coun. 
McCAHILL, KEVIN FRANCIS 
Laurel; Political Science; Lamb- 
da Chi Alpha. 
McFADDEN, MICHAEL G. 
Fan wood, N. J.; History. 
McHUGH, BRIAN J. 
Silver Spring; Zoology; Phi Sig- 
ma Kappa, Sec, V.P.; Cen. Stu- 
dent Court; Phi Sigma Soc. 
McKENNA, BUNNY 
Chevy Chase; Enghsh; Kappa 
Delta; S.G.A., Sec; Old Line 
Party Sec; WRA Council; Dorm 
Ex. Coun. 

McMAHON, DEIRDRE K. 
Kensington; History. 
McMINN, ROSEMARY H. 
Lutherville; English; Kappa Al- 
pha Theta Corres. Sec; Home- 
coming Chm. 

MacDONALD, ROLAND L., JR. 
Pittsburgh, Pa.; History; Dorm 
Pres.; Phi Sigma Kappa. 
MAIDEN. ROBERT V. 
Oxen Hill; Zoolog\'. 
MAIER, LINDA LEE 
Suitland; English. 
MANDEL, PHILIP 
Yonkers, N. Y.; Government & 
Politics; Dorm V.P.; Res. Hall 
Con. Comm. 
MANDIS, DEMETRA C. 
Silver Spring; History; Dorm 
Ex. Coun. 

MANN, ALLAN LOUIS 
SHver Spring; American Studies. 
MARX, NANCY JEANNE 
Silver Spring; English; Newman 
Qub, 



MEDIEROS, MARGARET C. 
Parkville; Sociology; Gamma Sig- 
ma Sigma; SGA Legislature, 
Cult. Comm.; W^omen's Glee 
Qub; Campus Crusade for 
Christ; Alpha Lambda Delta. 
MELINTZ. P. RICHARD 
Hagerstown; Economics; Alpha 
Phi Omega; Young Reb. Club; 
Treas. Campus Chest; Res. Men's 
Jud. Bd.; Men's League Ct. 
MENICK, JEFFREY MARK 
Silver Spring; American Studies; 
ADS ; Phi Epsilon Pi ; IFC; 
Young Dem. 

MESLER, CONNEE IRENE 
Bowie; Latin America Area. 
METRO, A. HOWARD 
Chevy Chase; American Studies; 
Ch. Just. St. Court; Pres. Omi- 
cron Delta Kappa; Pres. Tau 
Epsilon Phi; Ed. M-Book; Kale- 
gathas; Fr. and Soph. Legis. 
MEYER, JOHN P. 
Bowie; Zoology; Dorm Sec; In- 
tramurals. 

MEYEROWITZ, ANN ELAINE 
Pikesville; English; Delta Phi 
Epsilon; Sigma Tau Epsilon, Sec, 
Treas.; WRA Rep.; Aqualiners; 
Young Dem.; DBK. 
MICELI. JOSEPH DOMINICK 
Darien, Connecticut; General 
Biological Sciences; Intramurals; 
Dorm Treas. ; Jud. Bd. 
MIDDLEMAN, JEFFREY D. 
Baltimore; Sociology; Zeta Beta 
Tau Alpha Sigma Delta; So- 
ciology Club. 

MILLER, BARBARA JEAN 
Baltimore; English; Women's 
Glee Club; Summer Chorus. 
MILLER, MARILYN H. 
Psychology; Alpha Lambda Del- 
ta, Psi Chi; Phi Sigma Sigma; 
Phys. Ther. Club, V.P. 
MILNES. STUART 
Baltimore; Psychology; Tau Epsi- 
lon Phi; Psi Chi, Treas.; Fr. La- 
crosse; SCA. 

MILLINEN. SUSAN JINX 
Bowie; Fine Arts; NAEA; 
Singletons. 

MITCHELL, MARK 
Washington, D. C; Arts and 
S ciences ; Concert Band ; March- 
ing Band; Flying Follies. V.P.; 
Young Rep. 

MOES, PATRICIA ELLEN 
Carlstadt, N. J.; French; French 
Club, Treas., Sec; Newman 
Club; Course Guide; Dean's List. 
MOLINO, JOHN WAYNE 
Baltimore; Psychology; Psi Chi; 
Pi Mu Epsilon, Intramurals; Sec. 
House Rules Comm.; Vol. for 
Men. Hlth. 

MONTELEONE, THOMEAS F. 
Baltimore; Psychology. 
MONTGOMERY, CHERYL 
Chevy Chase; Government and 
Politics; SGA; Old Line, V.P.; 
AWS ; Alpha Oniicron Pi ; Dia- 
mond Hon. Soc. 
MOORE. MICHAEL G. 
Langley Park; Government and 
Politics; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; 
Young Dem. 

MORREALE, ELENA H. 
Salisburg; Biology; Alpha Chi 
Omega; Women's Glee Club, 
V.P. 

MORRISON, STANLEY A. 
Baltimore; Zoology; Phi Sigma 
Delta; Pre-Med. Club; Intra- 
murals. 

MOSES. MICHAEL O. 
Baltimore; Government and Poli- 
tics; Flying Qub; Ski Club; 
Pre-Law; Intramurals. 
MOSHER, FREDERICK R. 
Indian Head; Physics; Sigma Phi 
Alpha, Sigma Pi Sigma; Physics 
Honor Soc 

MURPHY, GRETCHEN ANN 
Btthesda; Psychology; Psi Chi. 
MURPHY, THOMAS M. 
Glen Bumie; Pre-Vetinary; Pre- 
Vet Club; Dorm Soc Ch. 
MYERS, JAMES H. 
Coldwater, Ohio; American His- 
tory. 

NAGLE. CONRAD E. 
Baltimore; Zoology; Marching 
Band; Var. Band; D(MTn. House 
Rules. 

NAIDITCH. JAMES A. 
Norfolk, Virginia; Psychology; 
Flying Follies; Fr. Soccer; Dorm 
House Rules Comm. 
NATHAN. ALAN MARC 
Physics; Vandenherg Guard; 
Course Guide; Sigma Pi Sigma, 
Pres.; Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Mu 
Epsilon; Omicron Delta Kappa. 
NAYLOR, BRUCE IAN 
Alexandria, Virginia ; Criminolo- 
gy; Fr. Swimming; Dorm Soc, 
Acad. Chm., Cul. Chm. 
NEMIROFF. MARC A. 
Silver Spring; Psycholog>'. 
NORTON. RICHARD M. 
Silver Spring; Math; Univ. Sym- 
phonic Band. 



O'CONNELL, CATHERINE A. 
Glen Bumie; English; Young 
Dem.; Dorm Jud. Bd., Dorm 
Cult. Chm. 

O'DAY, JOHN MICHAEL 
Malcolm; Zoolog>'; Phi Sigma; 
Pre-Med. Soc. 

OKUN. HARVEY LAWRENCE 
Baltimore; Psychology; Pres. Psi 
Chi; Pre-Law Club; John Mar- 
shall Pre-Law Nat. Hon.; Treas.. 
Council of Prof. Organ. 
OLMER, PATRICIA ANN 
Baltimore; Sociology; PACE; 
Dorm Jud. Bd.. Dorm Cul. Ch.; 
Wesley Found., Corres. Sec, 
Soc. Ch. 

OSTER, WARREN 
Hyattsville; History; Phi Epsilon 
Pi. 

OSTROWSKY, LINDA 
Baltimore; Speech Therapy; Hil- 
lel; SGA Paper; Sigma Alpha 
Eta. 

OWENS, KAREN KEITH 
Baltimore; History; WRA; Dorm 
Comm. Ch. 

PANEBAKER, WILLIAM D. 
Baltimore; English; Pre-Dent. 
Club; Dorm House Rules Comm. 
PARISER, BEVERLY ADELE 
Cumberland; Spanish; Jud. Bd.; 
FOB. 

PASS II. RALPH PATRICK 
Timonium, Mo.; Mathematics; 
Intramural; Dorm Sec, V.P.; 
Phi Mu Epsilon. 
PATTERSON. JR. PAUL W. 
Bel Air; History; Fresh., Treas.; 
RHC Presents Chm.; Madrigal 
Singers; Pershing Rifles; Arnold 
Air Society; Old Line; HAG; 
FOB; Dorm Sec. 
PATTERSON, SUSAN HARMS 
Monkton; Zoology; Univ. Choir. 
PAZORNICK, MARVIN I. 
Baltimore; Government & Poli- 
tics; Young Dem. Dorm Aca. 
Chm.; Pre Law Soc Intramurals. 
PEDAK. MARIA 
Baltimore; Government & Poli- 
tics; SAM; Pol. Sci. 
PEGAHI. MAHSHID 
Tehran, Iran; Chemistry; Inter- 
national Club; Pres., V.P., Soc. 
Chm.; Iranian Club Treas. 
PENALOZA, CARLOS THOMAS 
Mexico City, Mexico; Economics; 
Latin Am. Club.; Econ. Sem. 
PETRY, CAROL ANN 
Cumberland; Speech; Children's 
Theater; VMH. 
PFEIFFER. RUTH A. 
EUicott City; Frenah; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Dorm Treas, 
V.P.; Chapel Choir. 
PFEUFER, GARY WAYNE 
Catonsville; Physics; Sigma Phi 
Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Physics 
Club; Dean's List; Dorm Acad. 
Chm, House Rules. 
PHIPPS. CAROLE ANN 
Rosedale; English; UT.; Dorm 
Jud. Bd, Dorm. Hist. 
PLUNKERT. PATRICIA ANN 
Baltimore; Chemistry; Dorm 
Pres.; Big Sis.; Alpha Lambda 
Delta. 

POITRAS, DIANE HELEN 
Mayo; French; French Club; 
WRA Swimming Team. 
POLLARA, SUSAN 
Livingston. N. J.; History; Kappa 
Delta Pres.; Diamond V.P.; Pan- 
hell. Ex. Coun.; Homecoming. 
PORTER, MARY E. 
Perryville; Sociology; VMH; 
Soc. Club; Rig Sis. 
POWELL. GORDON 
Accokeek; Physics; Amat. Radio 
Assn't. 

PREVAR, JOHN EDWARD 
Landover Hills; English; Omi- 
cron Delta Kappa; Phi Eta 
Sigma. Treas. Pres. DBK; Ter- 
rapin. M Club. 
PRICE, TERI LEA 
Westernport; Sociology; Alpha Xi 
Delta Pres.; Act. Chm.; VHM; 
Soc. Club; Chapel Choir. 
PRISTOOP, SUSAN GAIL 
Baltimore; ZooIog>'; Alpha Lamb- 
da Delta; Dorm Ex. Coun. Hillel. 
PUCKETT. JANE deWEESE 
Rockville; Experimental Psycholo- 
gy;e Psi Chi; Big Sis. 
QUEEN, GERALD W. 
Potomac; English. 
OUINN, MARY J. 
Silver Spring; Sociolog>-; Newman 
Club; Alpha Omega. 
RADCLIFF, CRAIG 
ANDERSON 

Wheaton; Economics; Band Pres.; 
Kappa Kappa Psi, Sec 
RANDALL, JR. WILLIAM 
EDDY 

Bethesda ; Zoology; Sigma Chi ; 
Pre-Med Soc; Young Rep. 
RATH. ROGER 

College Park; Zoology; Fr. Ten- 
nis Team; UCA; Pre-med Soc; 
Chess Club. 



REED. ELIZABETH AYRES 
Baltimore; English; Panhell. Rep.; 
Alpha Omicron Pi. Sec. 
REINMUTH, BARBARA 
Silver Spring; Art; Chapel Choir; 
Alpha Xi Delta Soc. Chm; TraU 
Club; SUB; Univ. Chorus; SGA 
Pep Comm. 

REISS, RANDOLPH WM. 
Brooklyn. N. Y.; Psychology; 
Alpha Epsilon Pi, Pledgemaster, 
Social Chm; Free State Comm; 
IFC Rep. 

REYNOLDS. ELIZABETH ANN 
Seabrook; Histor>'; Kappa Alpha 
Theala, Pres.; Treas.; Who's 
Who Comm.; AWS Elc. Bd.; 
AWS Cult. Comm Chm.; Angel 
Flight. 

RICKEY, LYNNE M. 
Bowie; French Foreign Area; 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Aqualiners. 
ROBERTSON, KENNETH L. 
New Windsor; Zoology; Dorm 
Tres, V.P.; Intramurals; Phi 
Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma. 
ROBINSON. KATHLEEN 
Baltimore; Art; Phi Sigma Sigma 
Soc. Chm.; Jr. Prom; Greek. 
ROSEN, MARY ELEANOR 
Chicago, 111. History; WMUC; 
Ski Club; Newman Club; Drama 
Club. 

ROSENBLOOM, ALAN T. 
Passaic, N. J.; Zoolog>'; Phi 
Sigma Delta; Dorm Treas. 
ROSENBLOOM, ALFRED 
Canham; Sociology; Sociology 
Club; HUlel. 
ROSENBLOOM, JUDY 
Baltimore; Art; Dorm Act. 
ROTHSCHILD, LEWIS ALAN 
Baltimore; Economics; RHC Pre- 
sents Chm.; Area Coun. Treas.; 
Dorm Treas, Acad., Cultural 
Chm. 

ROTHWELL. DIANN E. 
Sevema Park; French; Angel 
Flight; Dorm Ex. Council. 
ROUSE, JACQUELYN 
MARJORIE 
Glen Bumie; Art. 
PYDELL, NANCY PATRICIA 
Silver Spring; English; Alpha 
Omicron Pi, Historian, Treas.; 
WRA; Jr. Prom; Old Line; Ter- 
rapin. 

SACKS, ROBERT ALAN 
Baltimore; Psychology; Psi Chi; 
Flying Follies. 
SADOWSKI, JOHN S. 
Somerville, N. J.; Chemistry; 
Dorm Pres.. V.P.; HAG; Alpha 
Chi Sigma. 
SAFRAN, ESTHER 
Silver Spring; Government & 
Politics; Eta Beta Rho Pres. 
SALAFIA, NICHOLAS C. 
Baltimore; Psychology; FOB. 
SALTZMAN, MARLENE 
ELLEN 

Baltimore; Pre-Med.; Phi Sigma; 
Mortar Bd.; Pre-Med Club; Univ. 
Symphone Orch. 
SANTANIELLO. NICHOLAS D. 
Wilton. Conn.; History; Dorm 
V.P.. Soc. Comm., House Rules 
Comm, Athletic Chm.; Intra- 
murals. 

SARBACHER, SUSAN 
Chev>- Chase; English; Kappa 
Delta; Anthro. Soc; Young Rep. 
SATINE, JUDY RUTH 
Greenbelt; French; Alpha Epsilon 
Phi; UT. 

SAUSE, SANDRA JANE 
Baltimore; English; Dorm Activi- 
ties. 

SCERBACK, SHARON A. 
Silver Spring; English; Alpha 
Phi, V.P.; FOB. 
SCHLOSSBERG, RICHARD 
Baltimore; Pre-dent.; Sigma Al- 
pha Mu; DBK; SGA Comm. 
SCHNEIDER. ALAN JAY 
Bethesda; Government and Poli- 
tics; Dorm V.P.. Athletic Chm., 
House Rules Comm; Intramurals; 
Young Dem. Pre-law Club; RHC- 
UCA presents Comm. 
SCHNEIDER, JR. ROBERT I. 
Reading, Pa.; American History. 
SCHROEDER, PHILIP JOHN 
Bel Air; Zoolog\'; Pre-Med Soc; 
Phi Sigma; Hon. convo. 
SCHULMAN. ELAINE F. 
Baltimore; Sociology. 
SCHWAB, HOLLY ELIZABETH 
Silver Spring; English Literature; 
Aqualiner's German-Am. Club; 
Theater Workshop; Transfer from 
Munich. 

SCHWARTZ, ERIC 
Silver Spring; History; John Mar- 
shall Soc; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi 
Alpha Theta; Dean's List; Pre- 
Law Club; Ski Club. 
SCHWARTZ, HENRY MARK 
Silver Spring; Economics. 
SCOTT. PATRICIA 
BERNADETTE 

Baltimore; Sociology -Psychology; 
Dorm Activities; Tutoring; Soc. 
Club. 



SEMUELS, JOEL MICHAEL 
Baltimore; Government & Poli- 
tics; WMUC; Dorm Tres.; Pre- 
Law Club; Phi Si^ma Alpha. 
SESSONS, JOAN E. 
Baltimore; Government & Poli- 
tics; Gamma Sigma Sigma V.P.; 
Dorm Ex. Coun. 
SEWARD, KATHLEEN A. 
Baltimore; English; Diadem; 
AWS Treas.; AWS Pres. Coun. 

SHALLER, RHODA 
Silver Spring; Mathematics; Pi 
Mu Epsilon; Course Guide; Hil- 
lel. 

SHERMAN, ELIZABETH 
ANNE 

Rockville; Speech & Drama; UT; 
Dorm Exec. Coun, 
SHOEMAKER, WILLLAM B. 
Chevy Chase; Government & 
Politics. 

SIGLER, HOWARD C. 
Baltimore; Government & Poli- 
tics; Sigma Alpha Mu; Gate & 
Key; Intramurals. 
SILVERSTEIN, JOAN DONNA 
Baltimore; Speech Therapy. 
SIMON, SUSAN JOAN 
Baltim<*e; English; Modem 
Dance Troupe; Hillel; RHC. 
SIMPSON, NORMAN H. 
Baldwin, L. Is., N. Y.; German; 
Alpha Phi Omega; University 
Choir; Ski Club. 
SIVERT, PATRICIA LEE 
Gaithersburg; History; Dorm 
Homecoming Chm., Big Sis.; Old 
Line; SGA Spring Weekend. 
SKLAW, HOWARD 
Baltimore; Speech Rad.-Tel. 
SNEAD, CATHERINE GARVIN 
Baltimore; French; Alpha Omi- 
cron Pi. 

SNOW, HOBBS ANN 
Greenbelt; Zoology; Course 
Guide. 

SNYDER, STEPHEN ALAN 
Baltimore; Government & Poli- 
tics; Law Club. 
SOKOLOFF, ROBERT 
Silver Spring; Psychology. 
SOMMER, JOEL S. 
Trenton, N. J.; Psychology; Tau 
Epsilon Phi; Tennis Team; Intra- 
murals; College Casino; Blood 
Drive Co-Chm. 
SOO HOO, VICKI JEAN 
Baltimore; Sociology; Internation- 
al Club; Chinese Club Soc. Chm.; 
Big Sis.; Gamma Sigma Sigma; 
Dorm Exec. Coun.; Dorm Treas., 
Sec. 

SPANGENBERG, JAMES 
Damascus; History; Dean's List; 
Dorm Treas. 
SPEIZMAN, ALICE B. 
Silver Spring; Government & 
Politics; SGA Leg.; Old Line 
V.P.; Campus Chest Sec; FOB; 
HAC; Dorm Exec. Council; AWS 
Comm.; WRA; SGA Away Week- 
end Comm. 
SPERLING, JOSEPH 
Silver Spring; English. 
STARNES, DAVID EDGAR 
Hendersonville, N. C; Social 
Sciences; M-Club V.P.; Cross 
Country; Track. 
STASIEWICZ, JR. JOHN F. 
Salisbury; Physics; Sigma Pi Sig- 
ma. 

STEARNS, CAMERON 
COURTNEY 
Bel Air; History; Phi Sigma Kap- 

STEINBACK, SANDRA LYNN 
Pikesville; Art; Alpha Epsilon 
Phi. Soc. Chm., Historian; Col- 
lege Casino; Soph Prom; AWS 
Hist.; Bridal Fair. 
STEINBERG, JANEE DIANE 
Chevy Chase; Pre-Medicine; 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Sigma; 
Pre-Med Club; Dorm Exec. 
Caun.; UT; Hillel Tutoring; 
Outsanding Soph. Woman; Out- 
standing Jr. of Dorm. 
STEINER, MARY S. 
Hyattsville; History; Big Sis. 
STIEBER, JANE CAROL 
Silver Spring; Art Education; 
DBK; SUB; NAEA. 
STODDARD, DENNIS W. 
Rogers Heights; Intemat. Affairs. 
STONE, ELIZABETH BREWER 
Towson; Sociology; Tau Kappa 
Epsilon; Big Sis. 
STORY, LAURALEE 
Baltimore; French; Pace; Tennis. 
STRINGER, SUSAN 
Baltimore; Microbiology; Mortar 
Bd.; Sigma Alpha Delta; Dorm 
Pres, Jud. Bd., Acad. Chm. 
SUROSKY, MAXINE JOY 
Baltimore; Speech Theraphy; Big 
Sis. 

SWANN, JOHN W. 
Oxon Hill; Pre-Medicine; Pre- 
Med Soc. 



SW ANSON, KENT P. 
Summit, N. J.; Government & 
Politics; Alpha Tau Omega; 
FOB; Var. Soccer; Young Rep. 
SWEREN, GARY HOWARD 
Baltimore; Sociology; Sigma Al- 
pha Mu, Soc. Chm. 
TABACKMAN, MARC J. 
Baltimore; Psychology; Sigma 
Alpha Mu. 

TAYLOR, DIANNA TEEN 
LaPlata; English; Alpha Omi- 
cron Pi School. Chm.; Old Line; 
Bridal Fair. 

TAYLOR, DOUGLASS L. 
Catonsville; Zoology; Dorm Pres.; 
RHC; HAC; Phi Sigma; Nat. 
Res. Hall Hon. 
TILLES, KENNETH 
Baltimore; Sociology; Pre-Dent. 

VAN HOLTEN, VALERIE 
Knoxville; Mathematics; Dorm 
Jud. Bd.; WRA. 
VASSAR, DEAN L. 
Baltimore; Zoology; Pre-Med 
Soc. 

VERNAY, SUSAN 
Baltimore; Art; Kappa Delta, 
Sec; Alpha Lambda Delta; Angel 
Flight. 

VEST, CHARLES T. 
Chevy Chase; International Af- 
fairs; UT; Intramurals; Dorm 
Act.; Vet. Club; Weightlifting 
Club. 

VIOLA, JOSEPH W. 
Kentland; Zoology; Madrigals; 
Md. Christ. Fellowship Pres. 
VROBLESKY, VIRGINIA 
Annapolis; Sociology; Md. Chris- 
tian Fellowship, Sec. 
WADDEN, GREGORY 
VINCENT 
Cheverly; Pre-Dental; Kappa Al- 

WALLACE, DAVID C. 
Silver Spring; Physics; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Sigma Pi Sigma; Physics 
Club; Ass. for Computing Ma- 
chinery. 

WARD, JANET ANNE 
Bethesda; Art Education; Alpha 
Chi Omega; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; AWS; SUB; Ed. Hon. 
WEBB, RICHARD N. 
Baltimore; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Dorm Pres; Pi Tau Sigma; 
ASME; Fresh Prom; Terrapin. 
WEHRSTEDT, JOAN B. 
Silver Spring; English; Newman 
Club; Dean's List. 
WEINER, KENNETH ROGER 
Spring Valley; N. Y.; American 
Studies; Ski Club; Dorm Pres.; 
RHC; Free State V.P. 
WEINSTEIN, ALAN M. 
Baltimore; History; Kappa Kappa 
Psi; Eta Beta Rho; Marching 
Band; Intramural. 
WEINSTEIN, LINDA FRANN 
Baltimore; English; Dorm Jud. 
Bd., Exec. Coun. 
WEISS, JILL LESLIE 
Bethesda; Psychology; Psi Chi 
V.P.; Dorm Act. Chm.; Exec. 
Coun. 

WEITZMAN, SHIRLEY 
Baltimore; French Foreign Area; 
SUB; Terrapin; French Club; 
Campus Chest; College Casino. 
WILHELM, JUDITH LYNNE 
Baltimore; Sociology; Area Treas.; 
Dorm Treas, Big Sis. 
WILLIAMSON, JR. ROBERT G. 
Wheaton; English; Fr. Tennis. 
WILSON, THOMAS DONALD 
Rockville; History; Sigma Pi, 
Soc. Chm, V.P. 
WITT, STEVEN PAUL 
Bel Air; Zoology; Dorm Jud. Bd.; 
Argus Photo.; Pre-Dent. Soc 
WOOD, BEVERLY ANNE 
Takoma Park; History; Alpha 
Phi; Alpha Lambda Delta. 
WRIGHT, HAROLD M. 
Silver Spring; Zoology; Pre-Med. 
Soc; Fr. Golf. 
YEAGLE, DENNIS LEESE 
Timonium; Government & Poli- 
tics; Dorm Pres, House Rules 
Comm.; Intramurals; Mobile Unit 
Area Coun. 
YOUNG, ANNA MAE 
Frederick; English; Dorm Pres.; 
AWS Pres. Coun.; HAC; RHC. 
YOUNG, LYNNE MARIE 
Timonium; English; FOB; Dorm 
Big Sis. Chm. 
YURFEST, JOSEPH 
Baltimore; Government & Poli- 
tics; Var. Lacrosse; Dorm Soc. 
Chm. 

ZEIKUS, LUCRETIA 
Baltimore; Sociology. 
ZETTER, MURIEL HELEN 
Bismarck, N. Dak.; Art; Fr. 
Leg.; SUB; Delta Gamma; SGA 
Bus. Man.; SGA Fin. Comm.; 
Diadem; Argus Art Ed.; Course 
Guide; M-Book; Soph. Prom; 
Jr. Prom. 



BPA 



ADAMS, FRANK RONALD 
Reisterstown; Geography; Co- 
Chmn Cerebral Palsy Drive, 
Course Guide, Alpha Tau Omega. 
ALEXANDER, GEORGE L., JR. 
Rochester, N. Y.; Accounting; 
Investment Club. 
ANDERSON, ALLAN WILLIAM 
Bethesda; Economics; Commu- 
ters Association, Newman Club. 
ANSHEL, JOSEPH 
Randallstown; Journalism; Phi 
Sigma Delta, Career Week, Sigma 
Delta Chi, Tau Mu Epsilon, 
Diamondback, Publicity Chmn 
Senior Prom. 
APPLER, DAVID ALAN 
Baltimore; Marketing; Alpha Del- 
ta Sigma, Am. Marketing As- 
sociation, House Rule Comm. 
Chmn., Intramural Football, Soft- 
ball, Basketball. 
ARRET, BRUCE JAY 
Adelphi; Information Systems 
Management; Society for Ad- 
vancement of Management. 
ATTMAN, RONALD 
Baltimore; Business Administra- 
tion; Hillel, Intramurals. 
AUS, FREDERICK A. 
Sparrows Point; Accounting; Sec. 
Allegheny D, Accounting Club. 
AVRAM, MARGIE LYNN 
Silver Spring; Journalism; Gamma 
Phi Beta, SUB, DBK, Kappa 
Tau Alpha. 

BALLANT, ARTHUR FRANK 
Fort Lee, N. J.; Economics; 
Omicron Delta Epsilon, Dorm 
Pres., House Rules Comm. 
BARRON, WILLIAM G. 
Hyattsville; Economics; Phi Sig- 
ma Kappa. 

BAUERSFELD, GEORGE 
CALVIN, JR. 

Baltimore; Production Manage- 
ment Society for Advancement of 
Management; Intramural Sports. 
BAYLIS, MARY ANN 
Baltimore; Institutional Adminis- 
tration. 

BECK, BRUCE S. 
Elmont, N. Y.; Marketing; Dorm 
Treas.; Intramurals; Hillel. 
BENUS, JACOB 

Baltimore; Economics; Dorm 
Pres.; Omicron Delta Epsilon; 
Beta Gamma Sigma. 
BEST, CHARLES LEROY 
Orangeburg, S. C. Business Ad- 
ministration; UCA; AMA Delta 
Epsilon Pi; Sigma Alpha Mu; 
Economics Discussion Club. 
BILANCIONI, ALBERT W. JR. 
Willmington, Del.; Marketing; 
American Marketing Assoc; Dorm 
Chairman; Varsity Football; 
Lambda Chi Alpha "M" Club. 
BLINKEN, NEAL 
Baltimore; Public Relations; Phi 
Sigma Delta, V.P., Houseman- 
ager; Tau Mu Epsilon; Sigma 
Delta Chi; IFC-Public Relations 
Comm.; Freshman Lacrosse; 
S.G.A. Placement Comm.; DBK. 
BLUMBERG, BURT 
Baltimore; Marketing; Delta Nu 
Alpha; DBK. 

BOEGLI, ULRICH PAUL 
New Holland, Pa.; German area 
studies; Terrapin Ski Club. 
BOLEY, RUSSELL WILSON 
Baltimore; General Business; Del- 
ta Sigma Pi, Social Chrmn.; 
Dorm, Social Chrmn.; Intra- 
murals. 

BOLOTIN, JEFFREY WAYNE 
Pikesville; Government and Poli- 
tics; Varsity Debate Team; 
Dorm., Soc. Chmn.; G & P 
Honorary; Dean's List. 
BOOK, STANLEY H. 
Baltimore; Accounting; Dorm., 
Treas, Academic Chmn.; Delta 
Sigma Pi, V.P., Historian; Beta 
Alpha Psi; Free State Delegate. 
BORZYMOWSKI, BENJAMIN 
Baltimore; Production Manage- 
ment & Marketing Mgmt.; Alpha 
Delta Sigma; Sigma Alpha Mu; 
Vandenberg Guard; Dorm. Jud. 
Brd. Chrmn.; Mobile Area 
Council Treas.; Intramural Sports. 
BRACKBURN, ZANE DALE 
Silver Spring; Accounting; Beta 
Alpha Psi; Dean's List. 
BRAUN, PETER D. 
Rockville; Economics; Delta Sig- 
ma Pi; Finance Club; Economics 
Discussion Club; Men's League 
Rep., Senior Class. 
BRICK, ELAINE GRACIA 
Ventnor City, N. J.; Personnel 
Management. 
BRILL, MAXYNE S. 
Baltimore; Journalism; DBK; 
Theta Sigma Phi; Pi Delta Ep- 
silon, sec; SUB; Dorm. Red 
Cross Rep. 



BROOKS, KAYE TRUXTON 
Baltimore; Govenunent and Poli- 
tics; Dorm V.P.; Dorm Pres. 
BROWNE, MARTIN J. 
Silver Spring; Marketing; Sec. 
Veterans Club; Treas. Soc. for 
Advancement of Management; 
AMA. 

BUSSE, WALTER LOUIS 
Beltsville; Geography; Alpha Phi 
Omega; Ass't Pledgemaster; Ath- 
letic Chmn.; Freshman Baseball; 
Intramurals. 

BYRNE, JAMES VINCENT 
Wheaton; Government and Poli- 
tics; Bowling; Intramural Foot- 
ball. 

CAHA, JOHN JOSEPH, JR. 
Baltimore; Transportation; Delta 
Nu Alpha. 

CAMPBELL, LEE W. 
Alexandria, Virginia; Accounting; 
Accounting Club. 
CASSELBERRY, DIANE 
ROGERS 

Bethesda; Journalism; Alpha Del- 
ta Pi; Free State Party Comm. 
Chmn.; AWS; DBK; WRA 
Council; FOB Pub. Chmn.; 
Fresh. Resolutions Comm. 
CEPPOS, JEROME MERLE 
Silver Spring; Journalism; DBK 
Editor-in-Chief; Omicron Delta 
Kappa; Sigma Delta Chi; Pi 
Delta Epsilon; Kappa Alpha Mu. 
CHADBOURN, DWIGHT 
EMERSON 

Washington, D. C; Economics; 
Delta Sigma Pi; Economics Club; 
Veterans Club. 
CHAIS, RICHARD I. 
Rockville; Economics; Dorm 
Pres.; Dorm V.P.; Dorm Sec; 
Dorm Soc Chmn.; Intramurals; 
Course Guide. 
CHANDLER, ALLAN S. 
Baltimore; Public Relations; Tau 
Epsilon Phi; Blood Drive; DBK; 
TV Workshop; Operation Match. 
CHANTKER, ARTHUR F. 
College Park; Information Sys- 
tems; Dorm Exec. Council; House 
Rules Comm; Dorm Homecom- 
ing Chmn.; Cultural Comm. 
Chmn. 

CHUNG, CONSTANCE 
YU-HWA 

Silver Spring; Journalism; Fresh- 
man Queen; SGA Legis. Sec; 
DBK; UCA Poli. Rep.; Fresh. 
Legis.; Soph. Legis. 
CIEPIELA, LANCE E. 
Chicago, Illinois; Persoimel Ad- 
ministration and Labor Relations; 
Economics Disc. Club; Soc. Ad- 
vancement of Management. 
CLEMENTS, JAMES F. 
Cheverly; General Business; Kap- 
pa Alpha Pres.; Inter. Frat. 
Council V.P.; Rugby Team; Tau 
Mu Epsilon; Gate & Key; Kale- 
gethos; Who's Who. 
COMPTON, GEORGE WADE 
Port Tobacco; Business; Dorm 
Pres. 

CONSTANTINIDES, PERRY G. 
Baltimore; Marketing; Sigma Chi; 
AMA; IFC Pub. Rela. Comm.; 
IFC Scholarship Comm; Corr. 
Sec. Sigma Chi. 
COOPER, JAY GORDON 
Chevy Chase; Statistics; Dorm 
Athletic Chmn., Cult. Chmn., 
Soc. Climn.; Pre-Law Club; 
Hillel; SGA; FOB; Radio-TV 
Workshop. 

COOPER, NORMA FRANCES 
Hyattsville; General Business; Phi 
Chi Theta. 

CORDIANO, RICHARD ALAN 
Brooklyn, N. Y.; Statistics; UCA 
Bowling League Pres.; Intramural 
Basketball, Foo ball, Softball. 
CORSON, CARL A. JR. 
Frederick; Marketing; Univ. 
Band. 

CREGGER, DENNIS 
Aberdeen; Transportation; Delta 
Nu Alpha. 

CURLEY, TIMOTHY JAMES 
Aberdeen; Transportation; Intra- 
murals; Dorm Athletic Chmn; 
AFROTC. 

DAVIS, JAMES ALAN 
Hackessin, Delaware; Business 
Administration; Dorm V.P.; Hill 
Area Rep. 

DIBBERN, JOHN STEPHEN 
Pikesville; Geography; Gamma 
Theta Upsilon. 
DIETZEL, RONALD KING 
Baltimore; Marketing; Dorm 
Treas.; House Rules Comm; 
SAM; ROA Outstanding Soph 
Award; Advanced ROTC. 
DILL, EARL HARRY JR. 
Baltimore; Transportation; Uni- 
versity Band; Dorm Sec; Delta 
Nu Alpha; Dorm House Improve- 
ments Comm.; Dorm Scholarship 
Comm. Chmn. 



DIXON, DAVID ROSS 
Oxford, England; General Busi- 
ness; Dorm Fire Marshall; Float 
Building Comm; Orphans Christ- 
mas Fund Comm. 
DONOFRIO, RALPH 
NICHOLAS 

Wilmington, Delaware; Market- 
ing; Varsity Football, 3 years; 
Intramurals. 

DORER, WILLIAM L. 
Baltimore; Geography; VMM; 
Dorm Sec.; Dorm Treas.; Pi 
Kappa Alpha; Terrapin Trail 
Club. 

DRAMAINIS, WILLIAM 
FRANCIS 

Torrijigton, Conn.; Marketing; 
Varsity Swimming, 4 years; M 
Club; Varsity Golf. 
DRURY, DONALD A. 
Chevy Chase; Marketing; Alpha 
Tau Omega; AMA; Flying Club; 
Phi Omega Tau. 
DUBEL, DONALD WILLIAM 
Trenton, N. J.; Business Ad- 
ministration; Sigma Chi. 
DUBINSKY, MARK JAY 
Silver Spring; Marketing; Phi 
Sigma Delta; SGA Soph. Legis.; 
AMA; SGA Finance Comm. 
DUNCAN, GAIL ALBERS 
EUicott City; Personnel Adminis- 
tration; Alpha Lambda Delta, 
Treas.; Dorm Sec; Hill Area 
Council Sec. 
DUNN, HERBERT I. 
Baltimore; Economics-Law; Fresh 
Resolutions Comm.; Repertoire 
Orchestra; Omicron Delta Ep- 
silon; Dean's List; Hillel; John 
Marshall Soc. 

EDELMAN, RICHARD B. 
Silver Spring; Finance; Soc. for 
the Advancement of Manage- 
ment; Finance Club. 
EDWARDS. DOUG 
Smithsburg; Transportation; Del- 
ta Nu Alpha. 
ELLENSON, BERNARD 
Baltimore; Marketing; Dorm Of- 
ficer; Dorm House Rules Comm; 
Course Guide Editor; Intramural 
Sports. 

ERSKINE, JOHN 
Bethesda; Business; Lambda Chi 
Alpha, Treas.; Jr. Class Pub. 
Comm. 

EVANS, DONALD LEE 
Camp Springs; Economics; House 
Rules Comm.; Resident Men's 
Jud. Board; Economics Disc. 
Club; Intramural Basketball; 
Pre-Law Club. 
FERRER, MARTY 
Silver Spring; Accounting; Alpha 
Epsilon Pi; Pledge Master, Asst. 
Treas.; Freestate Ways and 
Means Comm. 

EWERTZ: HENRY ERIKSON 
Townson; General Business; SAM. 
FALLON, MICHAEL PATRICK 
Panama Canal Zone; Economics; 
Freshman Swimming; Economics 
Disc.c Club. 

FELLOWS, JAMES ROBERT 
College Park; Journalism-Public 
Relations; DBK Associate Ed; 
Sigma Delta Chi, Sec; ARA; 
Pi Delta Epsilon; Kappa Alpha 
Mu. 

FITZGERALD, GREGORY 
WILLIAM 

Manhassel:, N. Y.; Personnel 
Management; Lambda Chi Alpha; 
Dorm House Rules Comm.; 
Intramurals; DBK. 
FLEMING, JANE CHRISTINE 
Bethesda; Marketing; Dorm Sec, 
Hist.; AMA; Color Guard; Dorm 
Exec. Comm. 

FLEMING, JOHN C, JR. 
Landover; Accoimting; Fresh 
Soccer; Vandenburg Guard; 
Assoc, for Computing Machinery; 
Accounting Club. 
FLETCHER, WILLIAM E. 
Havre De Grace; Marketing; 
Dorm Pres., Treas.; Alpha Delta 
Sigma. 

FLOWER, ALLEN EDWARD 
Adelphi; Finance; Sigma Chi; 
Ski Club. 

FORD, KENNETH IRVING 
Baltimore; General Business; Tau 
Kappa Epsilon; Co-Chmn. IFC 
Const. Comm, 
FOSTER, C. NICHOLAS 
Crete. Illinois; Marketing; Delta 
Sigma Pi. 

FRANKS, MICHAEL, D. 
Bowie; Transportation; Delta Nu 
Alpha; Fresh. Tennis; Intra- 
murals; Pep Club. 
FRIEMAN, HOWARD 
Parkville; Marketing; AMA; 
Dorm V. P., Float Comm, House 
Rules Comm, Treas. 
FRITTS. ALBERT R., JR. 
I^inthicum Heights; Business Ad- 
ministration; AMA; SAM. 
GANLEY, CHRISTOPHER 
THOMAS 
Frederick; Finance; Sigma Chi. 



GERBER, PAUL SCOTT 
Baltimore; Public Relations; Zeta 
Beta Tau; Tau Mu Epsilon; 
Intramurals; IFC. 
GIPE. RUPERT EBER 
Hagerstown; Economics; Pi Kap- 
pa Alpha. 

GOLDSTEIN, MARC 
Silver Spring; General Business; 
Phi Sigma Delta. 
GOTKIN, DIANE BETTE 
Silver; Spring; Marketing; SAM; 
Gamma Alpha Chi. 
GOULD, KENNETH 
Washington, D. C; Personnel 
Management; SGA Pep Comm; 
Varsity Card Section Co-Director. 
GUIST. FREDRIC MICHAEL 
Pittsburgh, Pa.; Transportation; 
Delta Nu Alpha ; Junior Prom 
Comm; SGA Placement Comm; 
Campus Blood Drive. 
GURTZ, DENNIS MICHAEL 
Adelphi ; Accounting; Alpha Phi 
Omega; Beta Alpha Psi; Account- 
ing Club. 

HAIKLER, JAMES FRANKLIN 
Myrtle Beach, S. C; Business; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 
HALEY, SANDERS F. 
Takoma Park; Public Relations; 
Sigma Delta Chi; Tau Mu Ep- 
silon, Pres.; DBK. 
HALL, DANIEL G. 
Rising Sun; Economics; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon; Dorm Treas.; 
Young Democrats. 
HALLE, SAUL A. 
Hyatts; Accounting; Alpha Ep- 
silon Pi; Accounting Club. 
HAZARD, MARGARET ANN 
Potomac; Economics and Fin- 
ance; Dorm Exec Council, Big 
Sis.; HAC Representative; Eco- 
nomics Discussion Club. 
HEAMY, CHARLES M. 
Baltimore; Economics; Econo- 
mics Club, V.P.; Political Club. 
HEEBNER, WILLIAM D. 
Elmira, N. Y.; Information Sys- 
tems Management. 
HERSON, ALAN STUART 
Chevy Chase; Finance Delta 
Sigma Pi; Course Guide; CPO. 
HILDEBRAND. RONALD 
EDWARD 

Buckeystown ; Accounting; Dorm 
V.P.; Dorm Athletic Chmn.; 
HAC Representative; Accounting 
Club. 

HIPSLEY, STEVEN R. 
Pikesville; Transportation; Dorm 
Social Chmn.; Dorm Treas. 
HOEY. PHILLIP H. 
Silver Spring; Transportation; 
Delta Nu Alpha, Treas.; Course 
Guide, ACM. 

HOFFMAN, FRED SAUL 
Silver Spring; Marketing- Public 
Relations; Tau Mu Epsilon; 
AMA; IFC Comm; SUB. 
HOLLINGSWORTH, 
DOUGLAS R. 

University Park; Finance; Dean's 
List; Course Guide; Business 
Admin. Editor; Freshman Reso- 
lutions Comm.; FOB; Political 
Science Club; Economics Club; 
Free State Party. 
HOLMES, RICHARD M. 
Towson; Transportation; Dorm 
V.P.; Dorm House Rules Comm.; 
Dorm Intramurals. 
HOZIK, JAMES 

Silver Spring; Accounting; Intra- 
murals Basketball; Accounting 
Club; Accounting Intern Prog- 
ram. 

HOZIK, JOHN 

Silver Spring; Accounting; Intra- 
murals; Accounting Qub. 
IFSHIN, BARBARA ELAINE 
Wheaton; Journalism; DBK, En- 
tertainment Editor and Drama 
Critic; Theta Sigma Phi, Pres.; 
Pi Delta Epsilon; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; Kappa Tau Alpha. 
JENGEAINO, JOSEPH M. 
Bridgeton, N. J., Transportation; 
Delta Nu Alpha. 
JOHNSON, ALBERT F.. JR. 
Winston-Salem, N. C; Com- 
merce; DNA. 

JOHNSON, MARJORIE EILEEN 
Laurel; Journalism; Diamond- 
back; 1968 Homecoming Court; 
Terrapin , Proof Editor; Dorm . 
Hall Pres.; Dorm. Intramurals. 
JOHNSON, RONALD LEROY 
Baltimore; Journalism; Phi Kap- 
pa Sigma; Sigma Delta Chi. 
JOHNSON, WILLIAM 
LEONARD 

Kenislington ; General Business ; 
SGA Pep Comm; UCA; Sports 
Car Qub Treas. 
KAGEN, PERRY S. 
Baltimore; Economics; Alpha Ep- 
silon Phi; Economics Discussion 
Club. 

KAUFMAN, BRUCE ALAN 
Baltimore; General Business; 
Transfer Student— Johns Hopkins 
University. 



KAUFMAN, ISAAC 

Baltimore; Accounting; Delta 
Sigma Phi; Dorm Pres. and 
V.P.; Social Chmn.; Athletic 
Chmn.; House Rules Comm 
Chmn.; Accounting Club; Intra- 
murals; CPO. 

KEEFE, THOMAS STEPHEN 
Chevy Chase; Marketing. 
KELLAM, ALAN DAVID 
Baltimore; Marketing; Sigma Al- 
pha Mu; Alpha Delta Sigma; 
DBK, Business Manager and Ad- 
vertising Manager; AMA. 
KELLY, KATHLEEN ANN 
Silver Spring; Pi Beta Phi; Day 
Dodger; FOB. 
KEMP, CONNIE J. 
Langley Park; Business; Phi Chi 
Theta; WRA Sports Day; WRA 
Volleyball Captain; Newman 
V.P.; Speech Night. 
KEMP, VERSTEAL DANIELS 
Macon, Ga.; Business Adminis- 
tration. 

KERN, MICHAEL WEST 
Ellicott City; Industrial Manage- 
ment; Antietam B and Mobil 
Unit Area Athletic Comm. 
Chmn. 

KEYSER. STANLEY 
Baltimore; Public Relations; Zeta 
Beta Tau; Tau Mu Epsilon; 
DBK; Terrapin; Ski Club. 
KIRKEMO, JOHN H. 
Bethesda; Transportation; Dorm 
Treas. 

KIRKPATRICK, LEE M. 
Baltimore; Marketing Manage- 
ment; SAM, Pres.; UCA. 
KIRKPATRICK, WILLIAM D. 
Wheaton; Business Administra- 
tion; Delta Sigma Phi; Pershing 
Rifles; SGA Pep Comm; Old 
Line Party; UCA; NSA Congress. 
KNIGHT, CHARLES HILL 
Kensington; Photo - journalism; 
The Greek, Editor-in-Chief, Busi- 
ness Manager; DBK, Features 
Editor, Copy Editor; Terrapin, 
Circulation Manager, Photograph- 
er; M-Book; Fresh. V.P.; Who's 
Who; Kalegethos; Gate & Key; 
Phi Sigma Kappa Chapter Ad- 
visor; Tau Mu Epsilon; Gamma 
Gamma Kappa; Alpha Delta 
Sigma Delta Chi; Pi Delta Ep- 
silon Sigma. 

KNIGHT, WILLIAM EDWARD 
College Park; Business; Kappa 
Alpha; AMA. 
KOMINOTH, TONY 
Hyattsville; Transportation; Delta 
Nu Alpha. 

KONICK, DANIEL W. 
Glen Bumie; Marketing; Univ, 
Marching Band; Varsity Band; 
Dorm Sec; AMA. 
KOWALSKI, COLIN DAVID 
Aquasco; Finance; UCA, Traffic 
Chmn; Traffic Appeals Board; 
AFROTC. 

KUBELICK, CHRISTOPHER 
BOND 

Cheverly; International Political 
Relations. 

LAIBSON, DENNIS 
Silver Spring; Marketing; Sigma 
Alpha Mu; Open League Basket- 
ball and Football; AMA. 
LAUTH, WILLIAM JOSEPH 
Cheverly; Marketing; Alpha Del- 
ta Sigma, Pres, V.P., Sec; CPO. 
VP Publicity Chmn., Newsletter 
Editor; Veteras Club; AMA, 
LAVINE, MARK JOSEPH 
Takoma Park; Accoimting; Beta 
Alpha Psi. 

LAYTON. ROBERT TERRY 
Baltimore; Personnel; Tau Ep- 
silon Phi. 

LEBOWITZ, HARRY 
University Park; Marketing; 
AMA. 

LEEDS, RICHARD J. 
Stamford, Conn.; Economics. 
LEVIN, SANDRA L. 
Baltimore; Economics; Omicron 
Delta Epsilon; SGA Legislature; 
Dorm. Sec; ODE Sec; Course 
Guide; FOB; Homecoming 
Comm. 

LEWIS, ARCHIE C, JR. 
Princess Anne; Business Adminis- 
tration; Intramurals. 
LISBON, SHELDON JACOB 
Silver Spring; Government and 
Politics; Pre-Law Club. 
LITVINSKY, STANLEY PAUL 
Silver Spring; Statistics. 
LOOMIS, ALLAN EUGENE, JR. 
Elkton; Accounting; SAM; Ac- 
counting Club. 

LOVE, FRANKLIN WATSON 
Whaleysville; Government and 
Politics; Dorm. Sec. 
LURIE, MARVIN W. 
Baltimore; Marketing; Alpha Del- 
ta Sigma; AMA. 
LYONS. JOAN K. 
Wheaton; General Business; Sig- 
ma Alpha Mu; Economic Dis- 
cussion Club. 



LYONS, JOHN B. 

Silver Spring; Transportation; 
Delta Nu Alpha; Newsletter 
Comm. 

LYONS, REGIS B. 
Sflver Spiling; Transportation; 
Delta Nu Alpha; Newman Club. 
MAC ADAMS, ARTHUR 
Cleveland; Economics; Track. 
MALCHODI, SUSAN GAY 
Baltimore; Economics; Beta Gam- 
ma Sigma Course Guide; AWS 
Academic Brd. Sec; Dorm. Aca- 
demic Chnm. 

MARCUS, MORTON DAVID 
Baltimore; Government & Poli- 
tics; Zeta Beta Tau; Eta Beta 
Psi; Dorm Intramurals Chmn. 
MARKOWITZ, MYRA 
Baltimore; Business Administra- 
tion. 

MARZUCCO, ANTHONY P. 
Annapolis; Marketing. 
MASTERSON. ROBERT 
EDWARD 

Oxon Hill; Government and 
Politics; Phi Sigma Kappa; Frat. 
Pres.; IFC. Rep., Rush Comm., 
Publications Comm.; Dorm V. P, 
MATESKY, JOEL BARRY 
Adelphi; Marketing; SAM 
American Marketing Asst. Trfeas. 
MCCAHILL, KEVIN FRANKS 
Laurel; Government and Politics; 
Lambda Chi Alpha; House Rules 
Comm.; Intramurals. 
MCKITTRICK, ELSIE 
VIRGINIA 

Salisbury; International Re- 
lations; Student Union Bd. Sec. 
MELINTZ, P. RICHARD 
Hagerstown; Economics; Alpha 
Phi Omega- Young Republicans; 
Campus Chest; Resident Men's 
Jud. Brd. 

MERLING. LAWRENCE P. 
Baltimore; Economics; SAM; 
Council of Professional Organi- 
zations; Veteran's Club; Dorm 
PUres.; Sec V. Pres. H. MobUe 
Unit Area Council; Dean's List. 
MERRIMAN,. GEORGE 
Beta Alpha Psi; Phi Kappa Phi; 
Dorm Treas. ; Intra-Dorm Bas- 
ketball; Accounting Club. 
MILLER, JEFFREY R. 
Baltimore; Labor Relations; Al- 
pha Epsilon Pi; Pres., Treas., 
IFC Rep.; FOB Brd.; Free State 
Part>'; Odds And Ends Comm.; 
Intramurals. 

MILLER, THOMAS A. 
Cumberland; General Business; 
Phi Delta Theta; WMUC; Wesley 
Foundation; IFC; Head Manger 
Basketball; Young Republicans; 
Placement Comm. 
MOLOVINSKY, GENE 
Allentown, Pa.; Marketing; Alpha 
Epsilon Pi; Athletic and Social 
Chmn. 

MOODY, PATRICIA ANNE 
Burtonsville; Institution Adminis- 
tration; Dorm Hall Sec; Home 
Econ. Club. 

MOORES, JR. PAUL WESLEY 
College Park; Business Adminis- 
tration ; American Marketing 
Assoc 

MOSES. MICHAEL OSCAR 
Baltimore; Government and Poli- 
tics; Ski Club; International 
Club; Pre-Law Club. 
MOTLEY, RICHARD GRAHAM 
New Carrollton; Business Ad- 
ministration; Sigma Alpha Mu; 
Pershing RiJFles. 
MOTSKO, JAMES CHARLES 
Catonsville General Business; 
Pres. of Calvert C Dorm. 
MOTZ. JR. JOHN ROBERT 
Hagerstown; Marketing; House 
Rules Comm.; Intramural Ath- 
letics I, 11. 

MULLAN. PAUL HOWARD 
Westemport; Marketing; Delta 
Sigma Pi; American Marketing 
Assoc; Sigma Alpha Mu; Fin- 
ance Club. 
MULLIN. VICTOR 
Hyattsville; Accoimting; Phi Kap- 
pa Sigma; Latch Key Society; 
Varsity Show; Basketball Mana- 
ger. 

MURIK. BARBARA 
Silver Spring; Government and 
Politics; Young Democrats, Pres., 
Treas.; Political Science Club, 
Pres.. V.P., Treas.; SGA^ Place- 
ment Comm.; Careers m Gov. 
Chmn.; Hillel Social Chrmn. 
MYER. ROBERT CLARK 
Rockville; Accounting; Pershing 
Rifles. 

NELSON, NORMAN L. 
Silver Spring; Transportation/ 
Broadcasting; Delta Nu Alpha; 
Social Chmn; WMUC. 
NICHOLAS, ROBERT JOHN 
Hollywood ; Transportation ; Sig- 
ma Chi; FOB; Delta Nu Alpha; 
Young Republican; Vandenburg 
Guard, Treas. 



NICHOLSON, PHILIP JAMES 

Rockville; Accounting; Pershing 
Rifles. 

NOPPENBERGER, GEORGE J. 
Timoniiim; Government and Poli- 
tics; Social Chmn of Donn; 
Pres. of Dorm. 
OLSON, CARL F. 
McLean, Va.; Economics; Ski 
Club; Intramural Basketball/Soft- 
ball. 

PAINTER, MAURICE L. 
Silver Spring; General Business 
Administration. 
PARKS, ROBERT MILES 
Falls Church, Va.; Business Ad- 
ministration; Sigma Alpha Ep- 
silon; Chmn. Fresh Orientation 
Brd. 

PAVLAT, PEGGY RAE 
College Park; Economics; Phi Chi 
Theta; Treas. 
PEED, DANIEL ALAN 
Silver Spring; Journalism; DBK; 
Diogenes Society. 
PENALOZA, MIGUEL 
Mexico City, Mexico; Economics; 
Economics Club; International 
Club; Latin-American Club Pres. 
PERGOLA, THOMAS A. J. 
Greenbelt; Personnel Manage- 
ment; SAM. 

PERKINS. RAYMOND JR. 
Hastings, Michigan; Transpor- 
tation; Delta Sigma Pi; Delta 
Nu Alpha; Dorm Treas.; House 
Rules Memger; Dorm Intra- 
murals; AFROTC. 
PIGG, WILLIAM SCOTT 
Silver Spring; Transportation; 
Delta Nu Alpha. 
PINCUS, ROBERT PAUL 
Chillum; Finance; Tau Epsilon 
Phi,- Greek Week; Intramurals. 
POSNER. RICHARD KENT 
Silver Spring; Marketing; Delta 
Sigma Pi; American Marketing 

POWERS, DONALD LEE 
Milan, Tenn.; General Business; 
Sigma Pi; Social Chmn. 
PRENTISS, MICHAEL C. 
EUicott City; Marketing; Alpha 
Delta Sigma; AMA. 
PRICE, RAYMOND FRANKLIN, 
JR. 

Annapolis; Transportation; Alpha 
Phi Omega; Delta Nu Alpha; 
Dorm House Rules Chmn.; 
Motor Fleet Supervisors Award. 
PRINCE, WALTER D. 
Baltimore; General Business. 
RABENHORST, BARBARA 
LYNN 

Silver Spring; Geography; Gam- 
ma Theta Upsilon; DBK. 
RABENHORST, THOMAS 
DANIEL 

Silver Spring; Urban Geography; 
Gamma Theta Upsilon. 
RADCLIFF, CRAIG ANDERSON 
Wheaton; Economics; Kappa 
Kappa Psi; Chapter Gamma Xi. 
RAPPAPORT, BARRY ALLEN 
Takoma Park; Economics; Phi 
Sigma Delta ; Treas. 
RAYNOR. KENNETH 
Hyattsville; Transportation; Delta 
Nu Alpha; Pershing Rifles; Intra- 
mural Football/Basketball. 
REARDON. JEREMIAH JOHN 
Primes, Pa.; Public Adminis- 
tration; Economic Discussion 
Club, V.P. 
REESE, EARL A. 
Parkville; Accounting; Phi Kappa 
Tau, Treas., Sec. Social Clunn.; 
IFC Athletic, Scholarship, Social 
Comm.; SAM; Accounting Club. 
REINHARDT, RICHARD C. 
Bowie; General Business. 
REINHARDT, WILLIAM 
HENRY III 

Wheaton; Marketing and Statis- 
tics; Alpha Tau Omega; Varsity 
Football; AMA; Social Chmn 
Harford House; Intramural Soft- 
ball. 

RENCHER, DOUGLAS 
MAURICE 

Bivalve; Business Organization; 
Kappa Kappa Psi; U. of Md. 
Band; Dance Band; Dorm Soft- 
ball; Dorm Photographer. 
RICE, PAUL H. 
Wheaton; Economics; Pre-Law 
Club; Economics Club; Young 
Democrats. 

RINGSDORF, JOHN EUGENE, 
JR. 

Baltimore; General Business; 
Dorm. Social Conmti.; Donn. 
Cultural Comm. Chmn. 
ROBINSON, CHERYL ANNE 
Bethesda; Government and Poli- 
tics; Dorm. Executive Council; 
Hall Pres. 

ROBINSON, DENNIS BRAM 
Coronado, California; Geography; 
Fresh Golf; Varsity Golf; "M" 
Club; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; 
Gamma Theta Psi; Dorm. Pres.; 
Cambridge Complex Coimcdl ; 
Chmn. Dining Hall Comm. 



ROBINSON, JAY E. 

Elkton; Marketing; Dorm. 
Chmn. Public Relations Comm.; 
Treas.; V.P.; Hill Area Coun- 
cil. 

ROSENBERG, BURTON ALLEN 
Silver Spring; Government and 
Politics; Student Union Bd.; So- 
cial Chmn. Advertising Repre- 
sentative for DBK. 
ROSENBLOOM, JEFFREY 
BARNET 

Silver Spring; Accounting/Pre- 
Law; Alpha Phi Omega, Treas.; 
Accounting Club. 
ROSSI. THOMAS J. 
Rochester, New York; Marketing; 
Sigma Nu; AMA. 
ROUZER, PATRICIA ANN 
Mount Airy; JoumaUsm; Wo- 
men's Press Club; Jud. Brd. 
Chmn. ; Hill Area Council Rep.; 
DBK Staff. 
SAFRAN, ESTHER 
Silver Spring; Government and 
Politics; Eta Beta Rho Pres. 
SAGE, RICHARD W. 
Kensington; Government and 
Politics; Sigma Chi. 
SAMET, WALTER L. 
Baltimore; Accounting; Beta Al- 
pha Psi ; Accounting Club; Or- 
chestra; Intramural Sports; House 
Rules Comm. 

SCHLENOFF, MARVIN T. 
Baltimore; Economics; Alpha 
Epsilon Pi; IFC Rush Comm.; 
Economics Club; Fraternity 
Scholarship Chmn.; Fraternity 
Sentinel. 

SCHNEIDER, MAURY CARL 
Silver Spring; Accounting; Ac- 
counting Club; Kappa Kappa Psi, 
Treas.; Varsity Band; Marching 
Band; Univ. Band, V.P. 
SCHNEIER, JOAN 
Pikesville; General Business; Del- 
ta Phi Epsilon, Parliamentarian, 
Community Service Chmn.; Big 
Sister; FOB Custom Brd.; FOB 
Usher; Fall Sponser; FOB Comm. 
SCHULMAN, RICHARD BARRY 
Silver Spring; Economics; Phi 
Sigma Delta; Economics Dis- 
cussion Club; Scholastic Chmn., 
Frat.; Intramural Track. 
SCIRE. JOHN ANTHONY 
Hyattsville; International Affairs; 
V.P. Semper Fidelis Scxriety; 
Trail Club; Young Democrats; 
UCA. 

SEGANISH, WILLIAM 
MICHAEL 

Oxon Hill; Finance; Beta Gamma 
Sigma; Finance Club; Intramural 
Basketball. 

SEIFERT, RUSSELL L. 
Baltimore; Marketing; Alpha Del- 
ta Sigma; Pledge Master; Dorm. 
V.P.. Sec, Chmn of House Rules 
Comm.; Intramurals, Football, 
Softball. 

SELLERS, ROBERT FRANCIS 
Cheverly; Journalism; Sigma Del- 
ta Chi; Kappa Tau Alpha; SGA 
Pep Comm.; DBK; Honors Con- 
vocation. 

SEMUELS. JOEL MICHAEL 
Baltimore; Government and Poli- 
tics; WMUC; Dorm. House 
Rules. 

SIEGEL. GENE PHILLIP 
Baltimore; Transportation; Delta 
Nu Alpha. 

SILVERMAN, RICHARD I. 
Silver Spring; Marketing; Dorm. 
Athletic Comm. Chmn.; Dorm. 
Executive Comm.; House Rules 
Comm.; Dorm. Float Design 
Comm.; Dorm. Drinking Comm. 
SINGERS, LABRY ELLIS 
Baltimore; Journalism; DBK Re- 
porter; Student Union Brd.; 
Marching Band; Sigma Alpha 
Mu; Television Workshop; Fly- 
ing Follies. 

SINGER, MICHAEL D. 
Baltimore; General Business. 
SLAN, ALLAN GARY 
Chevy Chase; Government and 
Politics; Phi Sigma Delta, V.P.; 
Terrapin Distributor. 
SLEICHTER, CHARLES 
HENRY 

Sevema Park; General Business; 
Golf Team; DBK. 
SMITH, JEFFREY B. 
Arlington, Va.; General Business; 
Sigma Nu; Intramurals. 
SMITH, LINDA JEAN 
Frederfqk; Personnel Manage- 
ment; Pi Beta Phi; DBK Treas.; 
Phi Chi Theta; Sorority Sec; 
Sorority Music Chmn.; Course 
Guide Reporter. 
SMITH, RICHARD HENRY 
Baltimore; Marketing; Vanden- 
burg Guard; ROTC; Men's Glee 
Club; Alpha Delta Sigma. 
SMITH, RUSSELL PHILLIPS 
Cambridge; Economics; House 
Rules Comm.; Dorm. Social 
Comm.; Placement Rep. from 
Cambridge Complex. 



SORELL. RICHARD PARK, JR. 
Adelphi; Business Administration 
Information System Management; 
SAM; Finance Club. 
SPENCER, RICHARD ALLEM 
Baltimore; Transportation; Delta 
Nu Alpha. 

STEARNS, TIMOTHY H. 
Arlington. Va.; General Business 
Administration; Dorm. Pres., 
V.P.; Social Chmn.; Hill Area 
Council; Residence Social Im- 
provements Comm.; Pershing 
Rifles; Trick and Precision Drill 
Team ; Pep Club ; Varsity Card 
Sect. Comm.; Brother-Sister Prog- 
ram; Ski Club. 
STEUER, KENNETH ALAN 
Hyattsville; Marketing; AMA. 
STILLIE, EDWARD L. 
N. Forestville; Transportation: 
Football; ROTC. 
STODDARD, DENNIS W. 
Rogers Heights; International Af- 
fairs; Commuters Assoc; New- 
man Club 

STOLTE, CHARLES F., JR. 
Baltimore; Marketing; Alpha 
Delta Sigma; AMA. 
STRAND, RUSSELL E. 
Bethesda; Economics; Alpha Phi 
Omega; Campus Chest Council; 
Accounting Club; UMOC-MCCQ 
Contests, Overall Chmn.; UCA. 
STRUMPFF. ROBERT T. 
Lewistown; Pa.; Transportation; 
Wrestling Manager; M Club; 
Sports Information Assistant; 
AFROTC; Who's Who. 
SUGAR, BETSY JANE 
Pikesville; Public Relations; DBK. 
SULLIVAN, MICHAEL 
GEORGE 

Hyattsville; Accounting; Newman 
Club; Commuter's Assoc; Ac- 
counting Club. 

SULLIVAN, WILLIAM GARY 
Indian Head; Finance; M Club; 
Football Manager; Dorm. Treas.; 
House Rules Comm.; Dorm. 
Homecoming Comm.; Executive 
Comm. 

SUMMERFIELD, EMANUEL 
PETE, JR. 

Baltimore; Economics; Alpha Ep- 
silon Pi, Pledgemaster, Sec; 
Econ. Discussion Club; Free State 
Party. 

TAGERT, JR. JAMES W. 
Oxon Hills; General Business; 
Marching Band; Symphone Band. 
TAWES, E. SCOTT 
Crisfield; Accounting. 
TAYLOR. LISA N. 
Washington, D. C— Journalism; 
Terrapin, Editor-in-Chief. 
Argus Feature Editor; The Greek; 
Angel Flight; Who's Who; Delta 
Delta Delta Sec. 
TAYLOR, JR. ROBERT E. 
Silver Spring; Personnel Mgmt. 
& Industrial Relations; Delta Sig- 
ma Pi; Men's Glee Club; Dorm, 
Treas.; Intermural Football. 
TEMPLE, SAUNDRA ANNE 
Silver Spring; Geography; Gam- 
ma Theta Upsilon; Dessert Club. 
THOMAS. CALVIN 
Baltimore; Economics; Intramur- 
als; Economics Discussion Club. 
THOMPSON, GARY 
Union, N. J.; Personnel; Lambda 
Chi Alpha; Intramurals; IFC 
Rush. 

VANCE, WILLIAM F. 
Oxon Hill; Journalism; Sigma 
Delta Chi; Dorm. Sec. 
VOGELSANG, ROBERT F. 
Pasadena; Marketing; Alpha Tau 
Omega; Dorm Intramurals, So- 
cial Chmn. 

WAIKART, FRANK WOLF 
Silver Spring; Government & 
Politics; Sigma Chi. 
WALDMAN, ROBERT DENNIS 
Pikesville; Accounting; Tau Ep-- 
silon Phi. 

WALEGA. JOSEPH V. 
Baltimore; Marketing; Delta Sig- 
ma Pi; AMA. 

WALLS, ALLAN RAYMOND 
Baltimore; Production Manage- 
ment. 

WARREN, JR. HAROLD J. 
Seat Pleasant; Transportation; 
DNA; Weight-Lifting Club; Bas- 
ketball. 

WETZEL, DOUGLAS ALAN 
College Park; Accounting; Alpha 
Phi Omega; UCA; Accounting 
Club; Campus Chest. 
WHITE, ELLA LOUISE 
Bethesda; Institutional Adminis- 
tration; Home Ec Club; People 
to People. 

WILLOTH, DANIEL D. 
Boston, Mass.; Accounting; BBA; 
U/p; SAM; Accounting Club; 
Veterans Club. 
WILSON, LINDALEE 
Damascus; Journalism; Kappa 
Alpha Theta; Theta Sigma Phi; 
Dorm Social Chmn., Sports 
Assc; DBK; M-Book: Sr. Prom 



Publicity Chmn.; VMM; Wo- 
mens Press Club. 
WILSON, MICHAEL E. 
Brentwood ; Finance; Newman 
Club. 

WINSTON, EVAN SCOTT 
Chevy Chase; Geography; Alpha 
Phi Omega, V.P.; Sec'y., Book- 
store Chmn.; Phi Eta Sigma; 
Delta Nu Alpha; Campus Chest. 
WINTERLING, LEAH R. 
Baltimore; Journalism; Theta 
Sigma Phi, V.P.; Kappa Tau 
Alpha; DBK; Dorm, Historian, 
Big Sister. 

WOOD, FREDERICK 
WILLIAM III 

Towson; Marketing; Alpha Del- 
ta Sigma; Adv. Chmn. 6c Hist.; 
AMA' SAM. 

WOOD, RONALD OWEN 
Baltimore; Accounting; Account- 
ing Club; Dorm, Tutor, Ath- 
letics, House Rules Comm., So- 
cial Comm. 

WORRAL, ROBERT WILLIAM 
Hyattsville; Accounting; Sigma 
Pi. 

WRIGHT, JOSEPH P., JR. 
Salisbury; Marketing; Sigma Al- 
pha Epsilon. 

YATES, JAMES WILLIAM 
Centerville; Government & Poli- 
tics ; Dorm House Rules, Social 
Comm. Chmn.; Pre-Law Club. 
ZWEIG, STEVEN T. 
Chevy Chase; Marketing; DIeta 
Sigma Pi, Pledge Master; AMA, 
V.P.; National Residence Hall 
Honorary; HAC, Treas. 

Education 



ABELMAN, JACKIE 
Chevy Chase; Elementary Edu- 
cation; Sigma Delta Tau Rush 
Chmn.; SGA Cul. Comm.; Co- 
Chmn SGA Spring Weekend 
Comm.; AWS; Daydodger Big 
Sister. 

ADAMS, SUZETTE 
Bowie; Early Childhood Ed.; 
FOB; Jr. Soph. Prom Comm. 
ALMOND, JEAN C. 
Hyattsville; Elem. Education; Ed. 
ANDRYS, ELENA S. 
Baltimore; Chemistry; Ed.; Dorm 
Big Sister; Dorm Safety Marshall; 
Dorm Exec Council. 
ATHANASON, HELENE C. 
Silver Spring; Elem. Ed.; SNEA; 
ECEED. 

BAKER, JANICE LYNN 
College Park; Elem. Ed.; FOB 
Chmn.; Kappa Delta Tau. 
BAKER, KENNETH ROBERT 
Maugansville; Industrial Ed.; 
Iota Lambda Sigma; V.P. AIAA. 
BARNEY, ELEANOR JAYCE 
Silver Spring; Elem. Ed.; Pres. 
Alpha Gamma Delta; Kappa Del- 
ta Pi ; DBK ; Alpha Lambda 
Delta. 

BARRON, LOIS HELEN 
Hyattsville; Elem. Ed.; Alpha 
Phi. 

BASCOM, CAROLINE 
Hyattsville; Chemistry Ed.; Alpha 
Phi; SGA Speaker Comm. 
BECKER. MARIAN 
Silver Spring; Soc Stud. Ed. 
BEECHENER, LINDA LEE 
DEUCHLER 

Baltimore; History Ed.; Dorm 
Activities Rep. 
BELL, LAURA ANN 
Brookview; Home Econ. Ed.; 
Sec'y. Home Econ. Club; Dean's 
List; Honors Convocation; AWS 
Pres. Council; Omicron Nu. 
BERGMAN, HOLLACE L. 
Far Rockaway, N. Y.; Early 
Childhood Ed. 

BERLIN. RICHARD MERRILL 
Baltimore; Instrumental Music 
Ed.; Symphony Orchestra; Sym- 
phony Band; Theatre Orchestra; 
Mgr. of Univ. Orchestras. 
BERRY, ELLEN VIRGINIA 
District Heights; Home Econ. Ed. 
BEST, NANCY 

Ellicott City; Elem. Ed.; Treas. 
of Alpha Phi. 
BATTS, BARBARA JEAN 
Springfield, Penna.; English Ed. 
BLACKSIN, CONSTANCE DEE 
Takoma Park; Elem. Ed.; SNEA; 
El. Ed. Stud.-Faculty Comm.; 
WRA Intramurals. 
BLAU, PAMELA RUTH 
Rockville; English Ed. 
BOBUS, JOANNE MONICA 
Aberdeen; English Ed.; Ski Club; 
AWS Big Sister Program. 
BOGEN, PAULA RAE 
Silver Spring; Elem. Ed.; Tau 
Beta Sigma; Concert Band; 
Course Guide. 
BOHN, LINDA S. 
Waldorf; English Ed.; Trans- 
ferred from Wayne State Univ., 
Detroit, Mich., Dorm Jud. Bd. 



BOND, SUSAN JANE 
Kensington; Home Econ. Ed,; 
Mortar Bd.; Diaden; Omicron 
Nu; Angel Flight; AWS; Cres- 
cents. 

BOOKFORD. CAROLE L. 
College Park; Soc. Stiid. Ed.; 
Young Democrats. 
BOROFKA, CECELIA KIM 
Timonium; English Ed.; Jud. 
Bd.; Upward Bound; HAC Rep. 
BOYER, LINDA K, 
Frederick; Elem. Ed.; Ed.; 
Chapel Choir; Kappa Delta Pi; 
Dean's List; Pres. of Dorm.; 
Sec'y- of Dorm. 
BRADLEY, KAREN L. 
Rockville; Elem. Ed.; Pres. & 
Sec'y. of Dorm.; Nat. Ed. Hon- 
orary; Pres. Council. 
BROOKS, CAROL ANNE 
Silver Spring; Elem. Ed.; 
ECEED; NEA. 
BUSHEY. SANDRA KAY 
Cavetown ; Elem . Ed . 
BURG, ELLEN BETH 
Bethesda; Soc. Stud. Ed.; Delta 
Phi Epsilon; Kappa Delta Pi; 
IFC Sing. 

CALDWELL, REBECCA JAYNE 
Laurel; Library Sci. Ed.; Varsity 
Band; Phi Kappa Phi; Alpha 
Lambda Delta. 
CAPLAN, ARLENE 
Elem. Ed.; Dean's List; Home- 
coming Chmn.; Univ. Theatre; 
NSEA. 

CARASSO, JEANNETTE 
Randallstown; Math. Ed.; Dean's 
List; Honor's Convocation; Al- 
pha Lambda Delta; Kappa Delta 
Phi. 

CHESTON, ALVIN L. 
Bowie; Soc. Stud. Ed.; Canter- 
bury Club. 

CLYDESDALE, NAN L. 
Rockville; Math. Ed.; Pres & 
Treas. of Dorm. 
COLE, DONNA L. 
Longmeadow, Mass.; Home Econ. 
Ed.; Chair, of Jud. Bd. 
COLEMAN. TRACY C. 
Silver Spring; Ed. for Indus- 
try; APBA; CPBA. 
COOPER, ROBERT EUGENE 
Mitchell, Indiana; Agricultural 
Ed.; FFA. 

COX. BARBARA ANN 
Bel Air; History Ed.; Alpha Chi 
Omega; Pi Delta Epsilon; DBK; 
Soph. Prom. Dec. Comm. 
CRAIG, DON CHARLES 
WALTER 

Silver Spring; Ed. for Industry; 
Chmn. of Am. Soc. of Tool and 
Manuf. Engineers; SAM. 
CRAMPTON, BARBARA 
"Boonsboro; French Ed'.; Big 
Sister & Academic Chmn.; Gam- 
ma Sigma Sigma; Alpha Lambda 
Delta Newman Club. 
CRYEP, PATRICIA LYNN 
Leonanltown; Early Childhood 
Ed. 

GUSHING, DONNA J. 
Silver Spring; Home Econ. Ed.; 
Kappa Alpha Theta; FOB Cul. 
Comm.; Fresh. Prom Comm.; 
People to People. 
CUSTER, CAROL M. 
Baltimore; Sec. Ed.; Phi Chi 
Theta. 

DAUDELIN, DAWN B. 
Silver Spring; Elem. Ed.; Sub 
Comm. AWS; FOB; Kappa Al- 
pha Theta. 

DAVIDSON, DOREEN SUE 
Silver Spring; Elem. Ed.; Ed.; 
Hist, of Gamma Sigma Sigma; 
SNEA. 

DEAN MARTHA L. 
Bristol, Tenn.; Soc. Stud. Ed. 
DEAN, SANDRA 
Middletown; Elem. Ed. 
DEITZ, BARBARA GAYLE 
Silver Spring; Elem. Ed.; Hillel; 
Gamma Sigma Sigma; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Kappa Delta Pi; 
NEA. 

DEPUE. CHERYL MARIE 
Silver Spring; Elem. Ed.; Kappa 
Delta Pi; SNEA; Chapel Choir. 
DIETLE, SHERRY ANNE 
Silver Spring; Secondary Ed.; 
Phi Chi Theta. 
DIVELBISS, STEPHEN D. 
Greencastle, Penna.; Industrial 
Ed.; AIAA; MIAA. 
DIZE, NOAH BENJAMIN 
Crisfield; Art Ed. 
DONNELLAN, EILEEN 
Chevy Chase; Elem. Ed. 
DUCOTE, BARBARA VALERIE 
Elem. Ed. 

DUBNOFF, BARBARA JO 
Passaic, N. J.; English Ed.; Mor- 
tar Bd.; Diadem; DBK; Chmn. 
SGA Cul. Comm.; V.P. Sr. Class; 
Phi Sigma Sigma Pres.; Chmn. 
Jr. Prom; Jr. Legislature; DBK 
Copy Chief; Editor-in-Chief of 
Revolt Magazine. 



DUVALL, JUDITH FRANCES 
Baltimore; English Ed.; Mu Del- 
ta; Phi Kappa Phi; Dorm Pres., 
Jud. Bd.; FOB; AWS Pres. Coun- 
cil. 

DVOSKIN, DIANE MERLE 
Randallstown; Elem. Ed.; SNEA. 
EATON. JOHN HOWARD 
Brandywine; Ed. for Industry; 
Phi Eta Sigma; Dean's List; 
Rifle Team; ASTME. 
EGGLESTON, DIANE LYNN 
M'TiJoaton; Elem. Ed.; Alpha 
Gamma Delta; Aqualiners; Cor- 
responding Sec'y. of Alpha Gam- 
ma Delta. 

EINSTEIN. STEPHANY 
Baltimore; Early Childhood Ed.; 
CEC; Volunteers for Men. Hlth. 
ENGLE, CAROL ANN 
Cambridge; Early Childhood Ed.; 
Glee Clubs; Fresh, orientation 
Bd.; Jud. Bd.; Semi-finalist in 
Miss Univ. of Md. 
EPSTEIN, MYRA 
Chevy Chase; Early Childhood 
Ed.; Council for Exceptional 
Children; Volunteers for Men. 
Hlth. 

EVERNGAM, SUE 
Baltimore; Elem. Ed.; Jud. Bd.; 
DBK; Tutoring Service Campus 
Chest; Dorm Pres. 
EZRINE, NATALIE 
Baltimore; Early Childhood Ed.; 
Dorm Exec. Council. 
FABER. JUDITH R. 
Roslyn, N. Y.; Art Ed.; Phi 
Sigma Sigma; Sec'y. of Phi 
Sigma Sigma; Jr. Prom. Dec. 
Chmn.; M-Book; Jr. Panel. 
FABISZAK, ALAN E. 
North Linthicum; Indus. Ed.; 
Md. Marching Band; Md. Con- 
cert Band; Semper Fidelis Socie- 
ty; Intramural Wrestling; New- 
man Club; AIAA. 
PAYCHECK; KATHERINE V. 
Forestville; Elem. Ed. 
FEINGOLD, ARLENE BETH 
Washington, D. C; Elem. Ed.; 
Sec'y. of Dorm Jud. Bd.; Dorm 
Activities. 

FELDMAN, MARSHALL E. 
Baltimore; Music Ed.; Glee Club; 
V.P. of Glee Club; Treas. of 
Dorm. 

FINEGAN, ANNE H. 
Bethasda; Interior Design Ed.; 
Dorm Exec. Council. 
FINN, BONNIE ALICE 
Red Lion, Penna.; Speech Ed.; 
Pres. of Drama Wing; V.P. 
Delta Delta Delta; Tau Beta 
Sigma; Drama Wing Award; 
Bert Smith Award; Who's Who 
in Am. Colleges and Univ. 
FLANAGAN, RALPH T. II 
Silver Spring; Ed. for Industry; 
IFC Presents; Sigma Chi; House 
Manager. 

FLEGAL, WENDY STARR 
Rockville; Elem. Ed.; Alpha 
Omicron Pi; V.P, of Alpha Omi- 
cron Pi. 

FORD, III, THOMAS LATIMER 
Ruxton; Ed. for Industry; 
ASTME. 

FORREST, MARJORIE ANN 
Brandywine; History Ed.; Vol- 
unteers for Mental Health; 
"Damned Spot" Coffeehouse. 
FOSTER, SARA ELLEN 
Paris, Illinois; Sec. Ed.; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma; Pres. of Kappa 
Kappa Gamma; Pres. of Dia- 
mond; People to 'People. 
FOWLER, MARILYN LOUISE 
Potomac; Elem. Ed.; Hillel Tu- 
toring Program. 
FRADKIN, JANICE H. 
Baltimore; Early Childhood Ed.; 
SGA Elections. 
FRASER, SUSAN PARSONS 
Braddock Heights; Elem. Ed.; 
Color Guard; Council for Excep- 
tional Children; Dorm Exec. 
Coimcil, 

FREEDMAN, BONNIE 
Baltimore; Elem. Ed.; Ed.; Kap- 
pa Delta Pi; Chmn. CPO. 
FRUSHOUR, GERALD 
Smithburg; Ed. for Industry; 
Dorm Pres.; ASTME. 
FULLER. PAMELA GAIL 
Annapolis; Elem. Ed.; Alpha Xi 
Delta V.P. & Marshal; Diamond; 
Sigma Tau Epsilon; WRA Elec- 
tions; Fresh. Picnic Chmn. 
FUNKHOUSE, FAYE 
Cascade; Elem. Ed. 
FURMAN, GLORIA ANN 
Silver Spring; Home Econ. Ed.; 
Home Econ. Club; Hillel; Dorm 
Activities. 

GAMERHAN, MARCIA R. 
Baltimore; Elem. Ed.; Free State 
Rep.; Dorm Activities; Homecom- 
ing Queens Comm. 
GELLER, KAY F. 
Baltimore; Elem. Ed.; Sec*y« of 
Jud. Bd.; Hall Pres.; Dorm Exec, 
Council; Dorm Glee Club; Hall 
Fire Marshall. 



GILLESPIE. ROBIN M. 

Rockville ; Social Studies ; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Kappa Delta Pi; 
Dean's List. 
GLAZER. SUZANNE 
Silver Spring; Elem. Ed.; Dorm 
Treas.; Jud. Bd. Chmn.; Glam- 
our Nlagazine Contestant; Cam- 
pus Chest Contestant Runnerup. 
GOLDBLATT, NADINE IRIS 
Baltimore; Early Childhood Ed.; 
Kappa Delta Pi; Dorm Fire 
Marshall; Dorm Exec. Council. 
GRANAT, ILENE JOANNE 
Silver Spring; Elem. Ed.; DBK 
Staff; Free State Delegate. 
GREENBAUM, JOAN B. 
Rochester, N. Y.; Elem. Ed.; 
Delta Phi Epsilon V.P.; Free 
State Hist. ; Chmn. Dean's Re- 
ception; AWS; FOB; Diamond. 
GRIFFIN. JANET ELLEN 
Rockville; Early Childhood Ed.; 
Dorm Act. Chmn.; Big Sister; 
Volunteer for Mental Health. 
GRIM, BEVERLY JANE 
Baltimore; Biology; Scholarship 
Chmn. Alpha Chi Omega; Chap- 
lain; Chmn. Daydodger Big Sis- 
ter Program. 
HACKERMAN, INA L. 
Baltimore; Spanish; Alpha Lamb- 
da Delta Sec'y.; Diadem; Dia- 
mond; Mortar Bd.; Pres. Alpha 
Epsilon Phi; Jr. AWS Rep.; 
Dorm Editor of Terrapin. 
HAHN. BRENDA LYNN 
Frederick; Home Econ. Ed.; 
Gamma Sigma Sigma; Collegiate 
4-H Club. 

HALL, BEVERLY E. 
Baltimore; Elem. Ed.; Dorm 
Pres.; Phi Kappa Phi; Kappa Del- 
ta Pi; Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Shanim; Academic Chmn. of 
Dorm; SNEA; Council for Ex- 
ceptional Children. 
HALL, MARY DIANE 
Baltimore; Elem. Ed.; Dorm Jud. 
HAMILL. SUSAN V. 
Bethesda; Secondary History Ed.; 
Dorm Exec. Comm.; Dorm Social 
Chmn.; Big Sister Program; Dorm 
Fire Marshall; Women's Lacrosse 
Team; Homecoming Float Comm. 
HAMMOND, LINDA ELLEN 
Baltimore; Elem. Ed.; Co-Chmn. 
SGA Elections; Pledge Mistress 
of Phi Sigma Sigma; Kappa Del- 
ta Pi; Honors Convocation. 
HANYOK, BETTY ANNE 
Bladensburg; Home Econ. Ed.; 
Kappa Delta Pi; Home Econ. 
Club. 

HARE, DAVID F. 
Baltimore; Ed. for Industry; 
Dorm Jud. Bd. 
HARNESS, M. SHAN 
Clarksville; Arts; VHM; "Damned 
Spot" CoflFeehouse; Student Na- 
tional Art Ed. Assoc. 
HARPER, ELIZABETH N. 
Bethesda; Speech and Drama; 
V.P. Pledge Trainer Delta Gam- 
ma; House Pres.; Sec'y. SGA 
Placement Comm.; Feature Edi- 
tor ARGOS FEATURE Maga- 
zine; Summer Sponsor Fresh. 
Orientation Program; Communi- 
cations Honorary; Pi Alpha 
Lambda. 

HARRIS. ELAINE SUSAN 
Baltimore; History; Alpha Epsi- 
lon Phi Treas.; M-Book Photo 
Editor; Terrapin Staff; College 
Casino Art Comm.; Fresh. Prom; 
AWS; Constitution Comm. 
HART, LAWRENCE D. 
Sparrows Point; Geography; 
Gamma Theta Upsilon. 
HENSLEY. SHEILA MAE 
Salisburv; Elem. Ed.; Chapel 
Choir; Jud. Bd. 

HILTERBRICK, FAY CELESTE 
Taneytown; Elem. Ed.; CEC; 
NEA. 

HOEFLICH, BRUCE R. 
Baltimore; Ed. for Industry; 
Dorm Exec. Comm.; Dorm V.P.; 
House Jud. Comm.; Intramurals; 
ASTME; Hill Area CouncU; 
Dorm Homecoming Comm.; New- 
man Club. 

HOLZAPFEL, MARJORIE N. 
Hagerstown; Elem. Ed.; Pres.. 
V.P. of Dorm; Mu Delta; Chapel 
Choir; SNEA; Kappa Delta Pi; 
PACE; Co-Chmn. Dorm Social 
Comm, 

HOMAN. BARBARA ANNE 
Bowie; Elem. Ed.; SNEA 
HOWARD, GERALD EDWARD 
Frederick; Industrial Manage- 
ment; ASTME; Dorm Librarian 
& Scholarship/ Academic Chmn.; 
IEEE. 

HUDSON, SUSAN CROMER 
Silver Spring; English; Kappa 
Alpha Theta; SiVident-Faculty 
Pub. Bd.; Mortar Bd.; Diadem; 
Pi Delta Epsilon ; Kappa Delta 
Pi; Diamond; FOB; DBK; Free 
State Delegate; Summer Sponsor; 
Volunteers for Mental Health, 



HUHN, PATRICIA MARIAN 

Hyattsville; Home Econ. Ed.; Ski 
Club; Home Econ. Club; Cloth- 
ing Design Fashion Shows. 
HULL, MARY ELIZABETH 
Westminster; Home Econ. Ed.; 
Dorm Academic Bd.; American 
Home Ec. Assoc. Chapter. 
JACKSON, ELIZABETH M. 
Greenbelt; Sec. Business Ed. 
JACKSON, WINNIE FAYE 
Baltimore; Early Childhood Ed. 
JACOBSON. HELEN V. 
Washington, D C; Art Ed.; 
Painting, NAE. 
JARBOE, NANCY P. 
Baltimore; Early Childhood Ed.; 
Dorm Exec. Council; Newman 
Club; Dorm Safety Marshall. 
JAVIER, LORRAINE C, 
Hyattsville; Business Ed.; V.P. 
of Phi Chi Theta. 
JOHNSON. BEVERLY ANNE 
Baltimore; Math Education; New- 
man Center. 

JOHNSON, DEBORAH A. 
Myers ville; Art; Dorm Treas.; 
Color Guard; Theta Beta Sigma; 
Free State Delegate; Dorm Exec. 
Council. 

JONES, JUDITH ANN 
Suitland; English; UCA. 
JORDAN. GERRY D. 
Baltimore; Elem. Ed.; SUB 
Chmn.; Fresh. Swimming; Varsity 
Swimming; Dorm Sec'y., Treas., 
V.P. 

KAPLAN, BONA CYRILE 
Baltimore; Elem. Ed.; Alpha Ep- 
silon Phi. 

KAUFMAN, LORRAINE F. 
Silver Spring; Elem. Ed.; SNEA. 
KEMPNER. LINDA H. 
Spartanburg, S. C; Elem. Ed.; 
Sigma Delta Tau; Homecoming 
Chmn.; Greek Week Chmn.; 
Pledge Pres.; Pledge Guidance 
Bd.; SGA Spring Weekend Co- 
Chmn.; FOB; Panhellenic De- 
ferred Rush Comm . ; Freestate 
Party Delegate; Chmn. Freestate 
Campaign Comm. 
KESSLER. MARSHA SUE 
Baltimore; Home Econ. Ed.; 
Kappa Delta Pi; Dorm Treas.; 
Dorm Jud. Bd.; UT; Dorm Fire 
Marshall; Dorm Exec. Council. 
KING. CAROL ANN 
Dent Village; Elem. Ed.; New- 
man Club. 

KING, III, ROBERT D. 
Wheaton; Ed. for Industry; Delta 
Sigma Phi. 
KIRK, BARBARA A. 
Hyattsville; Early Childhood Ed.; 
Newman Club; Volunteers for 
Mental Health. 
KLATZKIN. FRAN 
Baltimore; Music Ed.; Terrapin; 
Tau Beta Sigma; Symphony 
Orch.; Band; Madrigals; Flying 
Follies; MENC; DBK; "Show- 
boat"; "La Boheme." 
KLEIN. STEPHEN RICHARD 
Silver Spring; Industrial Arts Ed.; 
Alpha Phi Omega ,Sgt. at Arms; 
Am. Soc. of Tool & Manuf. Eng. 
KLURBERY, SUSAN 
Bayside, N. Y.; Ed.; Flying 
Club; Volunteers for Men. Hlth. 
KNAUFF, NANCY LEE 
Baltimore; Early Childhood Ed.; 
Alpha Xi Delta, Pledge Trainer; 
Bridal Fair, Decor. Chmn.; Pan- 
hellenic Council, Cultural Chmn.; 
College Life. 
KOHN. LINDA SUE 
Baltimore; Early Childhood Ed.; 
Drama Club; Academic Chmn. of 
Dorm; Fire and Safety Marshall 
of Dorm. 

KOUDELKA. MARY LOU 
Clarksville; Art Ed.; Pep Comm, 
LANE, MARY KATHLEEN 
Bethesda; Biology Ed.; Dorm 
Jud. Bd. 

LASKEY, MARY THEODORA 
Oakland; Eariy Childhtx>d Ed.; 
Dorm Sec'y. and Pres.; Old Line 
Platform Comm. 
LEAN, BONNIE SUSAN 
Randallstown; Early Childhood 
Ed.; Dorm Activities. 
LEBOLD, JOHN WILLIAM 
New Carrollton; Industrial Arts 
Ed.; Phi Sigma Kappa; Intra- 
mural Baseball, Football, and 
Wrestling. 

LEBOWITZ. SUSAN 
Hyattsville; Art Ed. 
LEFEBURE, JOHN 
Gaithersburg; Geography Ed.; Al- 
pha Phi Omega; Terrapin; Trail 
Club; Sports Car Club. 
LEONARD, KATHLEEN SARAH 
Silver Spring; Home Econ. Ed.; 
Student-Faculty Council; Home 
Ec. Assoc. 

LEPHARDT. ROSEMARY L. 
Baltimore; Elem. Ed.; Chapel Bd. 
Sec'y.; Faith and Life Seminars; 
Volunteers for Men. Hlth. 
LEVENTHAL, SHARON LYNN 
Silver Spring; Elem. Ed.; SNEA. 



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LEVIN, ANNE HELENE 
Baltimore; English Ed.; Big Sis- 
ter Program; Dorm Social Comm.; 
FOB; Doi-m Cul. Comm. 
LEVINE, ALAN NEIL 
Greenbelt; Industrial Arts Ed.; 
Tennis Team; Hillel Cul. Chmn. 
LEVINSON, TOBY ANN 
Bethesda; Elem. Ed.; HiUel; 
Dorm Social Comm. 
LEWIS, DEANNA LOU 
New CarroUton; Secondary Ed.; 
Alpha Lambda Delta. 
LIEBERMAN, ROBYNE 
Baltimore; Elem. Ed.; Sigma 
Delta Tau, Treas.; M-Board Sec- 
tion Editor; SUB; College Casino 
Chmn.; Campus Chest; Free State 
Publicity Comm. 
LIEF, SHARYN IRIS 
Silver Spring; Elem. Ed.; Free 
State Rep. for Dorm. 
LITTMAN, JOY 

Silver Spring; Elem. Ed.; Sigma 
Delta Tau, Pres.; Kappa Delta 
Pi; Diamond; Flying Follies; 
Greek Week Queen. 
LITZAU, WALTER WAYNE 
Ellicott City; Industrial Arts Ed.; 
ASTME. 
LOEB, RENEE 

Silver Spring; Early Childhood 
Ed.; Sigma Delta Tau. 
LUCHETTI, ROBERTA JOANN 
Adelphi; Secretarial Ed.; Phi Chi 
Theta, Pres. 

LUKE, VIRGINIA MAE 
Adelphi; English Ed.; Alpha Del- 
ta Pi, Corr. Sec'y.; DBK; Bridal 
Fair; College Casino; Pep Comm. 
LYONS, KATHLEEN MARY 
College Park; Early Childhood 
Ed.; Newman Club. 
MACKENZIE, ANDREW L. 
Aberdeen; Mathematics; HAC; 
Intramurals. 

MADER, SHERRY TRUE 
Olney; Elem. Ed.; Organizations 
Editor, Terrapin; SNEA. 
MAISTI, ROSE MARIE 
Hollywood; Art Ed.; Dorm, V.P.; 
Big Sister; Intramurals. 
MALKUS, KEITH E. 
Cambridge; Social Studies. 
MARTIN, JO-ANN MARIE 
Walkersville; Elem. Ed.; Alpha 
Gamma Delta; Gamma Sigma 
Sigma; College 4H. 
MARVIN, PATRICIA ANN 
Baltimore; Music Ed.; SAI, Edi- 
Dorm Jud. Bd. Chmn.; Madri- 
gal Singers. 

MASTERSON, JOAN ANN 
Homell, N. Y.; Elem. Ed.; NEA; 
Aqualiners. 

MAYER, BETTY JEAN 
Silver Spring; Elem. Ed.; Alpha 
Gamma Delta, Corr. Sec'y.; 
SNEA. 

McBRIDE, JOHN E. 
Lanham; Ed. for Industry; Delta 
Tau Delta; UCA; Flying Club. 

McDowell, nancy 

Gaithersburg; French; Gamma 
Phi Beta Pres.; Pan Hellenic 
Delegate; Diamond; FOB; AWS 
Big Sister. 

McKENNA, FRANCINE MARIE 
Silver Spring; Histor>'; Kappa Al- 
pha Theta, Corr. Sec'y., WRA 
Rep., Jud. Bd. Chmn.; AWS 
Campus Jud. B. Sec'y.; AWS 
Cul. Comm.; Senior Prom; Joint 
Sorority-Dorm Jud. Bd. Sec'y. 
McNERNEY, FRANCIS CLAY 
Indian Head; Ed. for Industry; 
ASTME Treas. 
MEASELL. ROBERT E. 
Woodsboro; Agriculture Ed.; FFA 

MERENDINO, PAULETTE J. 
Rockville; Elem. Ed.; Fresh. 
Prom; Soph. Prom; Jr. Prom; 
WRA Sports Day; Dorm Intra- 
murals. 

MEYERSON, MICHELLE L. 
Silver Spring; Elem. Ed.; Sigma 
Delta Tau Hist.; SGA Comm.; 
Alpha Epsilon Pi Sweetheart. 
MILLAR, KAREN R. 
Redlands, Calif.; Elem. Ed.; Al- 
pha Xi Delta Activities Chmn.; 
WRA Rep.; WRA Spring Ban- 
quet Chmn.; SGA Spring Week- 
end; College Life. 
MILLER, KAREN LOIS 
Takoma Park; French; French 
Club; DBK; Kappa Delta Pi. 
MILLER, LAWRENCE A. 
Baltimore; Social Studies; Uni- 
versity Theatre; U.T. Key. 
MILLER, RUTH JOYCE 
Bethesda; Elem. Ed.; Fire Safety 
Comm.; Academic Comm.; House 
Council; Exec. Council; Academic 
Chmn. of Dorm. 
MILLER, SHIRLEY ANN 
Hyattsville; Music Ed.; Corr. 
Sec'y., song leader of Alpha Xi 
Delta; M.U. Bowling Team; Har- 
mony Hall; W.R.A. Sports. 
MARSH, JANET LAVENIA 
Baltimore; Elem. Ed.; Chmn. Big 
Sister Breakfast; Gamma Sigma 



Sigma; Student Faculty Comm.; 
SNEA. 

MOCKABEE, JO ANN 
Silver Spring; History Ed.; Al- 
pha Omicron Pi, Public Rela- 
tions Chmn., Rush Chmn.; Soph. 
& Jr. Prom Comm.; People to 
People; Ski Club; Old Line. 
MUDD, JEAN 
Clinton; Elem. Ed. 
MULLIS, JO ANN 
Silver Spring; Elem. Ed.; Big 
Sister Program; NSTA; NEA. 
NEEDLE, PATRICIA 
Baltimore; Elem. Ed.; Chmn. 
Foster Child Project; Free Uni- 
versity—War on Poverty. 
NEUSTADT, SHEILA BERNICE 
Washington, D. C; Social Stud- 
ies; Alpha Lambda Delta; Kappa 
Delta Pi; Young Dems; Hillel. 
NORKIN, BARRY 
Rockville; Speech & Drama; 
Pres., U.T.; U.T. Key Award; 
Member Nat'l. Collegiate Play- 
ers; Kappa Delta Pi. 
O'CONNELL, HELEN MARIE 
Newark, N. J.; Elem. Ed.; SNEA. 
OKSNER, HARRIET KAREN 
Silver Spring; Home Econ.; Gam- 
ma Sigma Sigma, Pledge Class 
Hist. 

OLIVER, JR., JAMES W. 
La Plata; Industrial Society for 
Advancement of Mngmt.; Amer. 
Soc. of Tool and Manfg. Engrs; 
Phi Kappa Tau, Soc. Chmn. 
OOSTERHOUS, NANCY 
Takoma; Elem. Ed.; Delta Gam- 
ma; Volunteers for Men. Hlth. 
People to People; Chmn. AWS 
Publicity Chmn., Homecoming 
Terrapin, copv writer. 
ORENBERG, CECILIA 
Silver Spring; Education. 
OWEN, JR., WILLIAM SCOTT 
Towson; Industrial Ed.; SGA; 
Spring Hootenanny performer; 
Theaterical group staff; Foun- 
der & Chmn. of Sports Car Club; 
Ski Club; ASTME; Commuters 

PAPPALARDO, SHEILA C. 
Mehtuen, Mass.; Elem. Ed.; 
SNEA. 

PATAKY, ROSEMARY T. 
Bowie; Elem. Ed.; Kappa Delta 
Pi; Dean's List. 
PAWLOWSKI, WAYNE V. 
Naugatuck, Conn.; Social Stud- 
ies; Swimming Team, Co-Capt.; 
Univ. Housing Staff, R.A.; V.P. 
of Calvery D; Policy Comm. of 
Chesapeake Bay Party. 
PAYNE, BARBARA J. 
Clarksville; Elem. Ed.; Dorm 
Jud. Bd.; Hill Area Council Rep. 
PETER, CAROL 
Silver Spring; Elem. Ed.; Alpha 
Gamma Delta; SNEA. 
PETRINI, MARY ANN 
Hyattsville; Mathematics; SUB; 
Alpha Gamma Delta; Ski Club; 
SNEA, Corr. Sec'y. 
PIERCE, WILLIAM HALFORD 
Cleveland, Ohio; Industrial Ed.; 
Amer. Soc. of Tool and Manfg. 
Engrs.; Radio Amateurs Club; 
Young Republicans. 
PODGOR, SARA 
Baltimore; Elem. Ed.; Miss 
Terrapin Finalist '67; Alpha Ep- 
silon Phi, Rush Chmn.; Diamond; 
Senior Legislator. 
PODOLSKY, BESS 
Baltimore; Early Childhood; Stu- 
dent-Faculty Comm. 
POKRESS, ELLEN 
Washington, D. C; Education. 
POLKY, FRANCES 
Oxon Hill; Elem. Ed. 
POTTER, PAMELA GAI 
Baltimore; Elem .Ed.; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma, Cul. Chmn.; 
Bridal Fair. 

PROUDFOOT, DELBERT A. 
Cumberland; Industrial; Varsity 
Football; ASTME; Dorm Athletic 
Chmn. 

RAWLINGS, NANCY C. 
Timonium; Elem. Ed.; Dorm 
Pres.; AWS Council; Sec'y. of 
Campus Orientation Program, 
AWS; Dorm Hist.; Chmn. of 
Dorm Orientation Program. 
RAYCH, ROCHELLE SUSAN 
Silver Spring; Early Childhood 
Ed. 

RICHARDSON, PAMELA C. 
Rockville; Home Econ.; Member 
UCA; Gamma Sigma Sigma, 
Pres. Pledge Class. 
RICHMAN, ANDRA 
Baltimore; Early Childhood; 
Madrigal Singers, V.P.; Soph. 
Prom Comm.; Soph. Prom 
Queen; Flying Follies; Opera 
Workcshop; Stu.-Fac. Comm.; 
SNEA; Miss Univ. of Md. Final- 
ist; Phi Epsilon Pi Calendar Girl. 
RIGGLE, SUSAN GAYLE 
Bethesda; Early Childhood; Kap- 
pa Gamma, Philantropic Chmn.; 
Angel Flight; Bridal Fair; Fresh. 



Prom Comm.; Soph. Prom Comm. 
ROBINSON, BETSY 
Cardiff; Elem. Ed.; Sigma Kap- 
pa, Song Chmn., Corr. Sec'y,; 
Univ. Band. 

ROMBRO, JOAN DANA 
Baltimore; Elem. Ed.; Election 
Bd. Member; Free State Party 
Officer; Dorm Activities. 
ROSEN, ANDREA SUE 
Maplewood, N. J.; Elem. Ed.; 
Hill Area Rep. for Dorm; SNEA. 
ROSENFELDER .NANCY JEAN 
Hyattsville; Elem. Ed.; Newman 
Club; Commuters Assoc; Alpha 
Phi Omega Sweetheart; Gamma 
Sigma Sigma. 
ROSENTHAL, JANE K. 
Baltimore; Early Childhood; 
Dorm Exec. Council. 
ROTHSTEIN, TERRY ROYCE 
Baltimore; Elem. Ed.; Alpha Ep- 
silon Phi; M-Book Model; College 
Casino; AWS; Terrapin Staff; 
FOB Comm.; Jr. Prom Comm. 
ROUTSON, WAYNE L. 
Parkville; Industrial Dorm. 
Scholarship Chmn.; Dorm House 
Rules Chmn. 

RUDE, DONNA LARENE 
Dundalk; English. 
SAGAL, ELLEN S. 
Baltimore; Early Childhood; Del- 
ta Phi Epsilon, Soc. Chmn.; M- 
Book; SNEA. 
SCHEK. JOSEPH 
Wheaton; Vocational Ed. 
SCHENDELHEIM, JOANNE C. 
New York. N. Y.; Elem. Ed. 
SCHLEINHEGE, CAROL M. 
Hyattsville; Speech & Drama; 
U.T. 

SCHWARTZ, JUDY RACHELLE 
Salisbur>'; Elem. Ed.; Jud. Bd.; 
Young Dem.; Old Line; Hillel. 
SEIDENBERG, SUSAN 
Pikesville; Early Childhood; 
SNEA. 

SELBY, AMY JANET 
Rockville; Elem. Ed.; Gamma 
Sigma Sigma. 
SETTLER, HARRIETTE 
Baltimore; Elem. Ed.; Phi Sig- 
ma Sigma; Panhellenic Rep.; 
Greek Week Co-Chmn. 
SHADE, MARGARET E. 
Beltsville; Elem. Ed. 
SHEINBAUM, BONNIE 
Washington, D. C; Education. 
SHERMAN, ELIZABETH ANNE 
Speech & Drama; UT; National 
Collegiate Plavers; Dorm Exec. 
Council; Kappa Delta Pi; UT 
Key Award. 
SIEGEL, JUDITH A. 
Bethesda; Social Studies; Terra- 
pin, Section Ed., Business Mgr., 
Art Dir.; DMK; Kappa Alpha 
Mn; Pi Delta Epsilon; Denton 
Complex Council. 
SIEGEL, WYNNE 
Baltimore; Eariy Childhood Ed.; 
Kapp Delta Pi; Dorm Social 
Chmn. 

SILBER, BENITA SUSAN 
Pikesville; Elem. Ed.; Kappa Del- 
ta Pi; Jr. Prom; AWS Bridal 
Fair; DBK; Pi Delta Epislo. 
SLIFER, LINDA LEE 
Chevy Chase; Early Childhood; 
Sdgma Kappa, Social Chmn., 
Jud. Bd.; WRA Rep.; Crescents; 
FOB; Ski Club; SNEA; Campus 
Chest. 

SNODDY, CAROLE JEAN 
Silver Spring; Elem. Ed.; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma; Kappa Delta Pi; 
Fresh. Prom; Homecoming 
Chmn.; Bridal Fair Comm. 
Chmn.; FOB; AWS. 
SOBCZAK, LINDA DIANE 
Aberdeen; English; Women's 
Glee Club; Dorm Exec. Coimcil, 
Jud. Bd.; Ski Club; WRA Big 
Sister. 

STAFFORD, BARBARA ANNE 
Chevy Chase; Science Ed.; New- 
man Club; Nursing Qub; Home- 
coming Comm. 
ST. CLAIR, BETH ANN 
Uniontown; Elem.; Alpha Chi 
Omega, Pres.; Diadem; Panhel- 
lic Treas. 

STEENERSON, PAMELA ANN 
Silver Spring; Home Econ. Ed. 
STIEFEL, SUE ELLEN 
Silver Spring; Mathematics; Pi 
Mu Epsilon. 
STOKES, VICKI MAE 
Oakland; Early Childhood Ed.; 
Glee Club. 
STRECKFUS, JUNE 
Baltimore; Elem. Ed.; SNEA; 
SCEC. 

STREETER, SUSAN P. 
Birdsboro, Pa.; Art Ed.; UT; 
Homecoming Comm.; Dorm Big 
Sister. 

STRULLY, ROBBIE SANDRA 
West Islip, L. I., N. Y.; Elem. 
Ed.; Dorm Athletics. 
STUKEY, WILLIAM M. 
Chmn., NAEA Comm.; Art Lea- 
Chmn. NAEA Comm.; Art 



League Pres. & V.P.; Hyattsville; 
Art. 

SUMERS, FRANCES LEE 
Baltimore; English; Dorm Jud. 
Bd., Orphans' Party; Information 
Please; Dean's List; Experimen- 
tal Theatre; VOUS Seminar. 
SWARTZ, HELENE RUTH 
Laurel; Elem. Ed.; Gamma Phi 
Beta; SNEA; SUB; Daydodger 
Big Sister. 

TALLEY, KRISTI ANN 
Cincinnati, Ohio; English. 
TAYLOR, DIANNA T. 
LaPlata; English; Alpha Omicron 
Pi; Terrapin, Layout; Old Line 
Party; People to People. 
TERZICK, JANE E. 
Silver Spring; Business Ed.; Al- 
pha Xi Delta Pres.; Phi Chi 
Theta. 

TIMMONS, REBECCA LEE 
Pocomoke City; Business Ed.; 
Phi Chi Theta; Kappa Delta Pi; 
Dorm Jud. Bd.; Big Sister. 
TOKOSCH, ALAN RICHARD 
Media, Pa.; Social Studies; Dorm 
Academic , Athletic, Cul. Chmn. 
TROGOLO, RICHARD E. 
District Heights; Industrial Ed.; 
Delta Sigma Phi; Chess Club 
TROUT, MARGARET LOUISE 
Washington, D. C; Eariy Child- 
hood Ed.; UCA. 
TURNER, REGINA 
Bellevue; English; Dorm Exec. 
Council, Hist., Sec'y.; Chapel 
Choir; CORE; French Club. 
VAN CRACK, LINDA 
Chevy Chase; Elem. Ed.; Sigma 
Delta Tau, V.P.; Diadem; Dia- 
mond; Mortar Bd.; Sr. Legisla- 
ture; Panhellenic Council, Rush 
Chmn.; College Casino; Kappa 
Delta Pi, Pres., V.P.; Sorority 
Woman of the Year; Greek. 
WADE, CAROL MAY 
Baltimore; Secretarial; Phi Chi 
Theta. 

WAAPHAL, SHARON RODIN 
Silver Spring; Elem. Ed.; Hillel; 
AWS Comm.; SNEA. 
WALDMAN, DEBORAH RAE 
Silver Spring; Speech; Free State. 
WELBOURNE, JAMES C. 
Baltimore; Library Science; 
French Club; Dorm V.P. 
WELLS, NANCY DONA 
Towson; Early Childhood Ed.; 
AWS Big Sister. 
WELLS, SUE 

Beltsville; Elem. Ed.; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma, Corr. Sec'y.; 
AWS; People to People; Angel 
Flight; Bridal Fair. 
WEYMOUTH, DOROTHY 
Bethesda; Elem.; Angel Flight; 
Cambridge Council. 
WIENER, KATHRYN JOAN 
Silver Spring; French; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Dean's List. 
WIERENGA, MARY SUSAN 
Annapolis; Elem. Ed.; Kappa 
Delta Pi; Denton Complex Treas.; 
M-Book; Volunteers for Mental 
Health. 

WILNER, JOYCE RITA 
Baltimore; Early Childhood Ed.; 
Phi Sigma Sigma. 
WINSTON-ELLEN DANA 
Chevy Chase; Eariy Childhood 
Ed. 

WINTER, GERI 
Baltimore; Elem. Ed. 
WOLF, MYRA L. 
Silver Spring; Early Childhood 
Ed. 

WOODWARD, RUTH ANN 
Aberdeen; Elem. Ed.; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Women's Chorus; 
SNEA; Kappa Delta Pi; Dorm 
Jud. Bd.; Dorm Academic Chmn. 
ZAMITES, KAREN M. 
Hillcrest Heights; Home Econ. 
Ed. 

ZETLIN, ILENE EVA 
Baltimore; Hist.ory; Alpha Epsi- 
lon Phi Pres.; Dorm Jud. Bd. 
Chmn. 

ZOLL, KAREN 

LaPlata; Secondary Art Ed.; Sig- 
ma Phi Alpha. 

Engineering 

ANDREW, JOHN D. JR. 
Towson; Civil Engineering; Del- 
ta Tau Delta; Penna. Club 
Treas.; Am. Society of Civil En- 
gineers. 

ANGERMAN, KEITH E. 
Potomac; Civil Engineering; 
ASCE; BCCRS. 
ARFORD, JAMES W. 
Aberdeen; Civil Engineering; 
ASCE. 

ARMSTRONG, RICHARD M. 
Silver Spring; Civil Engineering; 
Intramural Football; Weightlift- 
ing Champ. 
AUER, JOSEPH D. 
Baltimore; Electrical Engineer- 
ing; House Rules IEEE; Intra- 
mural Sports. 



BAHR, ALLEN C. 
Arbutus; Electrical Engineering; 
IEEE. 

BETTS, WILLIAM S. JR. 
Springfield, Pa.; Mechanical En- 
gineering; Phi Delta Theta; Phi 
Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau 
Sigma; Omicron Delta Kappa; 
Track. 

BOEGLI. KURT BERHHARD 
New Holland, Pa.; Electrical En- 
gineering; IEEE. 
BOEHM, WILBERT LEONARD 
Baltimore; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; ASME. 

BOELI, WILLIAM HENRY 
Parkville; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Pi Tau Sigma. 
BOYCE, WILLIAM G. 
Cumberland, R. I.; Fire Protec- 
tion Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; 
Salamander Pres.; Society of Fire 
Prevention Engineers V.P.; Phi 
Kappa Phi. 

BRADLEY. PONALD EDGAR 
Baltimore; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; ASME. 

BRICKER. RANDOLPH W. JR. 
Nutley, N. J.; Electrical Engi- 
neering; Delta Xi Alpha; Fra- 
ternity Intramurals; IEEE; IFC 
Presents Committee. 
BROWN, DAVID PAYTON 
Baltimore; Electrical Engineer- 
ing; IEEE. 

BROWNSTEIN, BARRY JAY 
Adelphi; Aerospace Engineering; 
Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Gamma Tau 
Treas.; Phi Eta Sigma; AFROTC; 
AIAA; ACm; Men's Honors Dorm 
Treas. 

BUANNO. JOHN M. 
Gloversville, N. Y.; Mechanical 
Engineering; ASME. 
BURKE, ROBERT E. 
Silver Spring; Chemical Engi- 
neering; AICHE. 
CANNON, WAYNE LEON 
Hyattsville; Fire Protection Engi- 
neering; Gymkana Troup; Van- 
derburg Guard; PEP Club; Ski 
Club; Diving Club. 
CASSIZZI, JOSEPH ANTHONY 
Baltimore; Electrical Engineering; 
Tau Kappa Epsilon; Eta Kappa 
Nu; Greek Week. 
CLERMAN, NORMAN S. 
Silver Spring; Aerospace Engi- 
neering; Sigma Gamma Tau; 
Tau Beta Pi. 
COAX, JOHN 

McKees Rocks, Pa.; Fire Protec- 
tion Engineering; Intramurals; 
Society of Fire Protection Engi- 
neers. 

COLLIFLOWER. RICHARD V. 
Lexington Park; Electrical Engi- 
neering; IEEE. 
COLLISON, CHARLES E. 
Towson; Civil Engineering; Chi 
Epsilon; Dean's List; ASCE; 
Vanderburg Guard. 
DEOMS, JAMES HOWARD 
Parkville; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Am. Soc. of Mechanical 
Eng.; Corr. Sec'y. of Pi Tau 
Sigma; Tau Beta Pi. 
DEMAIO, DORIAN A. 
Wheaton; Aerospace Engineer- 
ing; Phi Eta Sigma; Omicron 
Delta Kappa; Tau Beta Pi; Pres. 
of Sigma Gamma Tau; AIAA; 
Air Force ROTC; Dean's List. 
DIEKMANN, CLARKE L. 
Dundalk; Electrical Engineering; 
Student Branch of Institute for 
Electrical and Electronics Engi- 
neers; WMUC; U. of Md. Ama- 
teur Radio Station *'W3EAX". 
DRACKLEY, DAVID EDWIN 
Frederick; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sig- 
ma; ASME; Dorm Scholarship 
Chmn. 

DURKIN, RICHARD SEAN 
Baltimore; Electrical Engineering; 
Dorm Pres.; Treas., Soc. Cbmn.; 
Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi. 
CUVALL, GORDON DANIEL 
Annapolis; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Dorm Sec'y-; ASME; Intra- 
murals. 

ELLTM, CHARLES ROBERT 
Silver Spring; Mechanical Engi- 
neering; Treas. ASME. 
EPSTEIN, HARVEY STUART 
Silver Spring; Tau Beta Pi; 
AICHE. 

EPSTEIN, ROBERT LEONARD 
College Park; Electrical Engineer- 
ing; Pres. Eta Kappa Nu; Tau 
Beta Pi; Pi Mu Epsilon; Phi Eta 
Sigma; IEEE; ACM; UCA. 
FAIRBROTHER, BLAIR 
Baltimore; Electrical Engineering; 
Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi, 
FINKELSTEIN, FREDRIC P. 
Baltimore; Civil Engineering; 
•Dorm Sec; House Rules Comm.; 
Food Advisory Bd.; ASCE; 
Homecoming Float Comm.; Con- 
stitution Revision Chmn. 



FROHLICH, JR. CHARLES R. 

Baltimore; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Pi Tau Sigma; Marching 
Band. 

GARRETT, WILLIAM E. 
Hyattsville; Aerospace Engineer- 
ing; AFROTC; Pershing Rifles; 
AIAA. 

GILSTAD. MARY ELIZABETH 
Silver Spring; Civil Engineering; 
Jud. Bd.; Dorm Pres.; Dorm Out- 
standing Sr. Woman. 
GREEVES, JOHN T. 
Bethesda; Civil Engineering; Phi 
Sigma Kappa; Dorm Treas.; 
ASCE. 

GRINE, EARL L. 
Baltimore; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; ASME; Terrapin Ski Club; 
Arnold Air Society. 
HAIS. ALAN BARRY 
Silver Spring; Civil Engineering; 
Alpha Epsilon Pi; ASCE. 
HALL, A. FORD 
Galena; Mechanical Engineering; 
Tau Beta Pi; Mech. Eng. Hon.; 
Pi Tau Sigma; Newman Club; 
Dean's List; House Rules Comm.; 
ASME. 

HARRILL, RODNEY ALLEN 
Glen Burnie; Civil Engineering; 
IPhi Eta Sigma; Fr. Chem. 
'Award; ASCE; ASTM, Pres. and 
Treas. Chi Epsilon; Tau Beta Pi; 
Dorm Pres.; Omicron Delta Kap- 
pa; Intramurals. 
HASPERT, JR. ADAM J. 
Hughes ville; Electrical Engineer- 
ing; Newman Club; Electrical & 
Electronics Engineers; Assoc, for 
Computing Machinery. 
HICKEY, ROBERT PATRICK 
Washington, D. C; Civil Engi- 
neering; ASCE; Intramurals. 
HOUSER, DAVID ALEXANDER 
Greenbelt; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Pershing Rifles. 
HOUT, ROBERT B, 
Cumberland; Civil Engineering; 
ASCE. 

HUFNAGEL, CHARLES T. JR. 
Annapolis; Civil Engineering; In- 
tramurals; Fr. Lacrosse. 
HYMANS, ALAN 
Stamford, Conn.; Electrical En- 
gineering; IEEE; House Rules 
Committee. 

ISOLATO, JOSEPH JOHN 
Hvattsville; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; ASME; Pi Tau Sigma. 
KING, DENIS JOHN 
Kensington; Electrical Engineer- 
ing; Phi Sigma Kappa Treas.; In- 
tramurals. 

KOLEADE. OLAWALE 
Lagos, Nigeria; Aerospace Engi- 
neering; AIAA; International 
Club; Treas. Hons. Dorm. 
LARA, EDWARD RONALD 
Washington, D. C; Civil Engi- 
neering; Pres. Terrapin Ski Club; 
Intramurals; UCA; Sec'y. ASCE. 
LAWRENCE. JOSEPH PARRAN 
College Park; Elictrical Engineer- 
ing; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; 
Phi Eta Sigma; IEEE; Newman 
Club. 

LEACH. THOMAS F. 
Baltimore; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Dorm Treas.; House Rules 
Comm.; ASME; Dorm Intramu- 
rals. 

LENTZ, ROBERT E. 
Rockville; Electrical Engineering; 
Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu V.P.; 
Phi Eta Sigma, U. of Md. Sports 
Car Club. 

LERNER. IRA LEONARD 
Rockville; Electronic Engineering; 
Alpha Phi Omega; Institute of 
Electronic Engineers. 
MARKLE, FRANCIS T. 
Silver Spring; Electrical Engi- 
neering; Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta 
Pi. 

MOFFETT. JOHN H. 
Silver Spring; Electrical Engi- 
neering; UCA; IEEE. 
MILSTEAD, RICHARD MOORE 
Silver Spring; Mechanical Engi- 
neering; Pres. Tau Beta Pi; Pi 
Tau Sigma; ASME. 
MILLER, WALTON L. 
Pasadena; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Dorm Pres.; Pi Tau Sigma; 
Dorm Soc. Chmn. 
MENDES, JR. VINCENT J. 
Highlands, N. J.; Chemical Engi- 
neering; Pres. Am. Institute of 
Chem. Eng. 

McCain, harry g. 

Hyattsville; Electrical Engineer- 
ing; Electronic Engineering Aid. 
MARKLE. STANLEY ALAN 
Westminster; Mechanical Engi- 
neering; Tau Beta Pi; Recording 
Sec'y. Pi Tau Sigma; V.P. ASME; 
Dorm Treas. 

MOORE. KENNETH M. 
Potomac; Civil Engineering; Chi 
Epsilon; ASCE. 



MOSKAITIS, JOSEPH V. 

Foresville; Electrical Engineering; 
Eta Kappa Nu; IEEE. 
NORTON, STUART 
Silver Spring; Aerospace Engi-' 
neering; SSCC; ACM; AIAA; 
APR; Sigma Gamma Tau. 
ORD, GEORGE P. 
Westemport ; Mechanical Engi- 
neering; Dorm Pres.; Tau Beta 
Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; Treas. Resi- 
dence Hall Honorary. 
OSMOND, RICHARD D. 
Bethesda; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; ASME; House Rules Comm.; 
CAPOG; Intramurals. 
PAUL, BRAYTON ORAN 
Baltimore; Chemical Engineering; 
Alpha Chi Sigma; Am. Inst, of 
Chem. Eng. 

PEARLMAN, MARC STEPHEN 
Silver Spring; Electrical Engi- 
neering; Intramurals, Alpha Phi 
Omega Recording Sec'y.; IEEE. 
PIEPOLI, RICHARD GUY 
Frederick; Electrical Engineering; 
Dorm Treas.; Pres. Amateur 
Radio Club. 

PORTOCARRERO, JORGE 
Arequipa, Peru; Mechanical Engi- 
neering; ASME. 
POTTER. JR., MILTON F. 
Towson; Chemical Engineering; 
AIChE; Intramurals. 
PREBULA, ALVIN WILLIAM 
Greenville, Pa.; Mechanical Engi- 
neering; Pi Tau Sigma; Tau Beta 
Pi; ASME; Fr. Basketball. 
RIEHL. JOSEPH FRANCIS 
Baltimore; Electrical Engineering; 
IEEE; Physics Club. 
RISINGER, JOHN WILLIAM 
Bowie; Aerospace Engineering; 
AIAA, 

ROME, STEPHEN IRA 
Silver Spring; Chemical Engi- 
neering; AIChE. 
RYERSE, NANCY ANN 
Landover; Electrical Engineering; 
IEEE; Newman Club; Soc. of 
Women Eng. 
SAGE, WESLEY D. 
Kensington; Chemical Engineer- 
ing; AIChE; Intramurals. 
SAUER, EARL S. 
Baltimore; Chemical Engineering; 
SEGAL. MICHAEL PAUL 
Res. Assist.; Sec'y. ASME; Dorm 
Pres.; Young Dems. 
SHELLEY, BERNARD J. 
Mechanicsburg, Pa.; Fire Protec- 
tion Engineering; Council of Prof. 
Org.; Campus Chest; House Rules 
Comm.; Soc. of Fire Prot. Engin.; 
Scholarship Comm. 
SHEPARD, THOMAS B. 
Silver Spring; Civil Engineering; 
Dorm Pres. and V.P.; RHC; Pi 
Mu Epsilon; ASCE. 
SIBERT, ROBERT WILLIAM 
Hyattsville; Civil Engineering; 
ASCE; FOB Customs Comm.; Al- 
pha Tau Omega. 
SLAGLE, JR. CHARLES LEE 
Johnstown, Pa.; Mechanical Engi- 
neering; ASME; Ski Club; Dorm 
Treas, and Sec'y. 
SMITH. PAUL JOSEPH 
Takoma Park; Electrical Engi- 
neering; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa 
Nu; Newman Club. 
SOLIE. JOHN BRUCE 
Wheaton; Agricultural Engineer- 
ing; Band; Kappa Kappa Psi; 
Alpha Zeta Sec'y. 
SPEIGHT, ROBERT IRVIN 
Beltsville; Civil Engineering; 
ASCE. 

STORO. EDDY ROGER 
Silver Spring; Industrial Engi- 
neering; Phi Kappa Tau; Sky- 
diving Club; Ski Club; Editorial 
Cartoonist. 
TANG. ARTHUR J. 
Hong Kong; Civil Engineering; 
ASCE; Varsity Soccer Team. 
TAYLOR, JOHN DENNIS 
Cumberland; Chemical Engineer- 
ing; Dorm Treas.; Intramurals; 
AIChE. 

TAYLOR, ROBERT J. 
Sharpsville, Pa.; Fire Protection 
Engineering; Baptist Student 
Union; Intramurals; Chapel Bd. 
TAYLOR, RODNEY JOHN 
Sharpsville, Pa.; Fire Protection 
Engineering; Resident Assist.; In- 
tramurals; Soc. of Fire Protec- 
tion Eng.; Donn. Pres. 
TORO, JOSE LUIS 
Guayaquil, Ecuador; Electrical 
Engineering; Intemat'l. Club; 
Ihero-.Am. Club. 

VONDERHORST. JAMES PAUL 
Baltimore; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; ASME; Economics Discus- 
sion Club. 

VORE, DONALD ALLEN 
Baltimore; Aerospace Engineer- 
ing; Arnold Air Soc; Vanden- 
berg Guard; Am. Inst, of Aero- 
nautics and Astronautics. 



WEATHERBY, DAVID E. 
Silver Spring; Civil Engineering; 
Tau Beta Pi. Chi Epsilon; ASCE. 
WEBB, RICHARD N. 
Baltimore; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Dorm Pres.; ASME; Pi Tau 
Sigma; Intramurals. 
WILBUR. MARK M. 
University Park; Electrical Engi- 
neering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; 
HKN; IEEE; FOB. 
WILKINSON. RICHARD CHAS. 
Waynesboro, Va.; Chemical Engi- 
neering; AIChE. 
WILSON, RONALD A. 
Baltimore; Aerospace Engineer- 
ing; Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Gamma 

YRL WILLIAM DAVID 
Bel Air; Electronics Engineering; 
Arnold Air Society; IEEE; Ham 
Radio Club. 

Health & P.E. 



ALLEN, LARRY WAYNE 
St. Michaels; Health. Physical 
Education, & Recreation; Intra- 
mvirals, PE Majors Club; Chess 
Club; Dean's List. 
BAUMAN, BONNIE SHIRLENE 
Elkridge; Health, Physical Educa- 
tion & Recreation; AWS; WRA; 
PE Majors Club; Children's Phy- 
sical Development Clinic. 
BLAND, JEAN NICOLETTE 
Takoma Park; Health, Physical 
Education & Recreation; Phi Al- 
pha Epsilon; Tennis Team; Dese- 
ret Club, Sec, Treas. 
BUNCH, BRIDGETT REE 
West Hyattsville; Recreation; 
Recreation and Parks Society. 
CONWAY, GENEVIEVE M. 
Wilmington, Del.; Physical 
Therapy; Chmn. of Junior Class. 
COX, JOHN HAROLD 
La Plata; Physical Education; In- 
tramural Football, Basketball, 
Softball; Dorm Athletic Chmn., 
Athletic Award. 

CROWTHER, ANN CAROLINE 
Baltimore; Physical Education; 
Gvmkana, UCA. 
CURRIE, JEANNE 
University Park; Physical Educa- 
tion; WRA; PE Majors Club; In- 
tramurals; Basketball, Tennis 
Team. 

DELMORE, FAYE JOAN 
Bowie; Physical Education; Alpha 
Delta Pi; WRA; Intramurals; 
Bridal Fair, Decorations. 
DOSCH, NANCY COLE 
Towson; Physical Education; 
WRA (Dorm Rep.; Varsity Hock- 
ey, Basketball, Swimming & La- 
crosse; Hill Area Athletic Council 
Dorm Rep. 
DULYS, NIJOLE 
Baltimore; Physical Therapy; 
Ph\sical Therapy Club. 
DUNBAR. DOROTHY W. 
Coronado; Calif.; Physical Edu- 
cation; FOB; WRA intramurals; 
Girl's Basketball Team. 
ELLIOTT, HAROLD T. 
Accokeek; Recreation; Parks & 
Recreation Soc; Dorm House 
Rules, Social Comm.; Univ. Thea- 
ter; Catering Service, 
FERRELL, JESSE A. 
Beltsville; Physical Education, 
Recreation and Health; Varsity 
Baseball; Physical Education 
Majors Club; Intramural Official; 
Intramural Director. 
FRAZER, ROBERT A. 
Baltimore; Physical Education; 
Phi Kappa Sigma. 
GOLDSTEIN, ROBERT M. 
Bronx. N. Y.; Health Education; 
Dorm Executive Council; RHC; 
Director of Dorm Athletics, Intra- 
murals. 

GRIFFIN, MARION L. 
Silver Spring; Physical Education; 
Gymkana, Girls Hockey Team, 
Basketball Team; Physical Educa- 
tion Major's Club; Dorm Rep.; 
Nt'Wman Club. 
HELLER. RONALD I. 
Pikesville; Physical Education; 
Ph>'sical Education Majors Club; 
Intramurals; Dorm Social Comm. 
HENN, JOAN M. 
Catonsville; Physical Education; 
Sigma Tau Epsilon, Pres.; Phi 
Alpha Epsilon, V.P.; WRA 
Sportsday Comm. Chmn.; Hocc- 
key. Basketball, Volleyball and 
Lacrosse Teams. 
HOFFMAN, FRANCIS R. 
Baltimore; Physical Education; 
ODK; Pres. PAE; Pres. Physical 
Education Major Club; Dean's 
List; AAHPER; MAHPER; Md. 
Army Nat'l. Guard. 
JONES, VANIE L. 
Skaneateles, N. Y.; Physical 
Therapy; Staff of Physical Terra- 
pin, APTA Rep. 



KAISERSKI, MARY J. 
CatonsviUf; Physicnl Therapy; 
Newman Club; Physical Therapy 
Club. 

KAPLAN, ELLEN S. 
Baltimore; Physical Therapy; Al- 
pha Epsilon Phi; One erf "Most 
Oustanding Freshman Women" 
and "Most Outstanding Soph. 
Women"; Pros. of Physical 
Therapy Club; Dean's List; Dia- 
dem; \Iortar Bd. 
HECK, JUDITY H. 
Towson; Physical Education; 
AWS Cul. Chmn.; State Day 
Comm. 

KECK, RICHARD L. 
Rooseyelt, N. Y.; Physical Educa- 
tion; Sigma Alpha Mu; Lacrosse. 
KELLER, DAVID A. 
Bethesda; Recreation; Tau Epsi- 
lon Phi; Fresh., Varsity Swim- 
ming Team; Homecoming 
Comm.; Md. Recreation Society; 
Intramural Diving. Swimming. 
KEYS, DONALD E. 
Oxon Hill; Physical Education; 
P.E. Major's Club, Treas.; Coun- 
cils of Intramurals. 
KRUGER, VIRGINIA ANNE 
Chase; Phyisacl Education; Alpha 
Omicron Pi; WRA. 
LAFLEUR, JACQUELINE C. 
Silver Spring; Recreation; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Phi Alpha Sigma; 
Gamma Sigma Sigma; Aqualin- 
ers; Recreation Society. 
LAVELL, SHERRY I. 
New CarroUton; Ph> sical Thera- 
phy; Gamma Phi Beta Rec. 
Sec'y.; Aqualiners; WRA; Phi 
Alpha Epsilon; Diamond; PT 
Class Sec; NCF. 
LAIRD, CORDELIA L. 
Darlington; Physical Therapy; 
Physical Terrapin; Student Gov. 
Rep.; Phi Alpha Epsilon. 
LOPES, MICHAEL LEONARD 
Silver Spring; Recreation; Senior 
Rep.; Recreation Careers Day. 
McCRACKEN, JANEEN 
Franklin, Ind.; Physical Educa- 
tion; P.E. Major's Club; WRA 
Chmn.; Dorm Comm. Chmn., 
Sec. 

MINTZ, MELVIN GARY 
Baltimore; Physical Therapy; 
Dorm V.P., Sociiil Chmn., Ath 
letic Chmn.; Fresh. Baseball. 
PATCHEN, LINDA J. 
Towson; Physical Therapy; Hock- 
ey Team; WRA Rep.; Jud. Bd.; 
IJean's List '66; Chapel Choir; 
Aqualiners. 

ROGERS, CAROL H. 
Baltimore; Physical Therapy; 
APTA Rep.; Senior Class Chmn.; 
Newman Club. 
ROYCE, JEANNINE D. 
Beltsville; Physic;rl Education; 
Alpha Delta Pi, V.P; Aqualiners; 
Angel Flight, Comptroller; WRA. 
SAMPSON, MARILYNN SUE 
Wheaton; Recreation; Home Eco- 
nomics Club; Recreation Society; 
Collegiate 4-H Club. 
SCANLON, JEANNE 
Pittsburgh, Pa.; Physical Therapy; 
Newman Foundation, Alpha 
Omega; Physical Therapy Club 
Sec; Ph>s. Therapy Newspaper 
Editor. 

SCHNEPP, NANCY E. 
Baltimore; Physical Therapy; 
Phys. Therapy Club; Supportive 
Personnel Comm. 
SCHWARTZ, JR., ROBERT E. 
Catonsville; Physical Therapy; 
APTA; Weight-Lifting Club; Stu- 
dent Administrator in P.T. 
School. 

SNEIDER, MARLENE F. 
Baltimore; Physical Education; 
Pres. WRA; Sec-Treas. of Phi 
Alpha Epsilon; Sigma Tau Ep- 
silon; AWS Exec. Council; Var- 
sity Tennis, Hockey. 
SQUIRES, WENDY P. 
AnnapoUs; Physical Education; 
Delta Delta Delta; Phi Alpha Ep- 
silon; Gymkana; WRA Rep., In- 
tramurals; SUB. 
TEMPLE, CLAR ELIZABETH 
San Diego, Calif.; Recreation; 
Rec. Society; Md. State Rec. and 
Parks Societ>'; National Rec. & 
Parks Assoc; PACE Volunteer. 
THOMAS, MILTON W. 
Lewistown, Pa.; Physical Educa. 
tion; Omicron Delta Kappa; Var- 
sity M-Club; Phys. Ed. Major's 
Cliib; Wrestling Team; Children's 
Phys. Devi. Clinic. 
TOULA, CAROL LEE 
Potomac; Physical Education; Al- 
Alpha Chi Omega; WRA Rep.; 
DBK Staff; Gymkana; Journalism 
Service Key; Girls Swim Team; 
Fresh, of the Year. 
TRUA.X, TERRY LEE 
Hancock; Physical Education; 
Varsity Basketball; PE Major's 
Club. 



TUPPER, BARBIE ELIZABETH 

B(nyie; Physical Education; Field 
Hockey; PE Major's Club. 
WHITELEY, FLORENCE M. 
0.ster\ille, Mass.; Physical Thera- 
py; Terrapin Band; APTA Rep.; 
PT Club; Chmn. Baltimore PT, 
Big Sister, Brother Program. 
WILLIAMS. JULIA JANE 
Baltimore; Recreation; Hockey, 
Tennis; Aqualiner, Sec, Recrea- 
tion Society. 

Home Economics 

ABRAMS, MYRNA E. 
Silver Spring; Advertising; Sig- 
ma Delta Tau; Standards Bd. 
Chmn. 

ADAMS, SUE C. 
Frederick; Home Economics Ed.; 
Dorm Sec'v.; Collegiate 4-H. 
BERRY, ELLEN VIRGINIA 
District Heights; Home Econom- 
ics Ed.; Dorm Big Sister. 
BILLET, CAROL 
Baltimore; Institution Administra- 
tion; Glee Club 
BUCHERT, JOHN EDWARD 
Hatboro, Pa.; Indu,strial Arts; Var- 
sity Swimming. 
CABLE, ALICE M. 
Svkesville, Textiles & Clothmg; 
Alpha Gamma Delta; Panhellenic 
Delegate; Panhellenic V.P.; Dele- 
gate to NPC. 
CAMPBELL. KAROLYN 
Silver Springgs; Housing and Ap- 
plied Design; NSID. 
CICCONE, ROSEMARIE C. 
Seabrook; Advertismg; UCA; 
Modern Dance; Gamma Alpha 
Chi. 

CLARK, JUDITH ANN 
Seabrook; Textiles & Clothmg; 
Home Ec. Club. 

CLEARFIELD, KAREN KOENIG 
Hyattsville; Textiles & Clothmg; 
Omicron Nu, Pres.; Phi Kappa 
Phi- Angel Flight; Home Ec Club. 
COONEY, KATHLEEN 
Silver Spring; Textiles & Clothmg; 
Kappa Alpha Theta; Panhellenic 
Pres.; AWS V.P.; Diadem; Mor- 
l;rr Bd.; Sec'v.; SGA Cabinet. 
COURCHEN, PATRICIA E. 
Goldsboro; Home Economics Ed.; 
SGA Cabinet; V.P. Residence 
Halls Council; Diadem; HAC 
Sec'y.; Mu Delta. 
DABBS, EDITH ANTOINETTE 
Radiant Valley; Textles & Cloth- 
ing; Omicron Nu. 
FEDERLINE, CHERYL ANN 
Silver Spring; Textiles & Cloth- 
ing. 

FRANCIS, JEANNE 
Greenbelt; Interior Design; Sec y.- 
Treas. Nat'l. Soc of Interior De- 
signers. 

HAHN, BRENDA LYNN 
Frederick; Home Economics; 
Gamma Sigma Sigma; Collegiate 
4-H Club. 

HALL, JUDITH ANN 
Kensington; Textiles; Ski Club. 
HALL, ROBERTA 
Parkville; Institution Administra- 
tion; Gamma Sigma Sigma; Col- 
lege Life; "Damned Spot"; Univ. 
C^horus; Glee Club. 
HERMAN J. COURTNEY 
Bethesda; Interior Design; Dorm 
Pres.; Denton Publicity Chmn.; 
RHC PubUcity Chmnk,; FOB 
Sponsor. 

HOPKINS, DIANE M. 
Baltimore; Textiles & Clothing; 
Dorm Jud. Bd.; Newman Club; 
FOB Sponsor; Home Ec. Club. 
HULL, MARY ELIZABETH 
Westminster; Home Economics 
Ed.; Dorm Academics Chmn.; 
Dorm Cul. Chmn.; Omicron Nu. 
HUSTER, SHARON 
Towson; Textiles & Clothing; 
DBK; Daydodger Big Sister; Sig- 
ma Kappa. 

JACOBY, RONALD FRANZ 
West Hyattsville; Applied De- 
sign. 

JAROSINSKI, SUSAN MARY 
Baltimore; Home Economics-In- 
stitutional Administration. 
KESECKER, MARY HELEN 
SUB Speakers Comm.; Frosh 
Prom Comm.; Home Ec. Club; 
Dorm Homecoming Chmn.; Dorm 
Homecoming Float Comm. 
KLOSS, SALLYANN T. 
Baltimore; Textiles & Clothing; 
Dorm Elections Bd.; Dorm 
Comm.; Dorm Sig Sister. 
KNABE, KAREN ANNE 
Towson; Interior Design. 
KREMER, CECILE 
Silver Spring; Advertising; Sigma 
Delta Tan Hist.; Terrapin; FOB 
Fall Sponsor; FOB info Booth; 
SUB; Publicity Comm.; AWS 
Daydodger Big Sister. 



MARSIGLIA, MARY PHYLLIS 
Baltimore; Textiles & Clothing; 
Modern Dance Club; Dorm So- 
cial Chmn.; Home Ec. Club. 
MONITOR, NANCY LOUISE 
Takoma Park; Alpha Gamma 
Delta 1st V.P., Recording Sec'y.; 
FOB Fall Sponsor; AHEA Pres.; 
Jr. Rep.; Diamond. 
MONTBRIAND, MARY U. 
Wheaton; Institution Administra- 
tion; Dorm V.P.; Dorm Social 
Chmn.; Jud. Bd.; Hill Area 
Council. 

MOODY, PATRICIA ANNE 
Burtonsville; Institution Adminis- 
tration; Home Ec. Club; Sec'y. - 
Treas. of floor in Dorm. 
MULLENDORE, GREGORY R. 
Silver Spring; Advertising Com- 
mercial Art; Frosh & PR Match 
Rifle Teams; Gymkana; Dorm 
Social Comm.; House Improve- 
ments Comm.; Alpha Delta Sig- 
ma. 

MULLINI.X, PAULETTE R. 
Richmond, Va.; General Home 
Economics; Women's Glee Club; 
Dorm Jud. Bd. 
OTT, EILEEN ANN 
Dundalk; Home Economics Ed.; 
Alpha .Xi Delta; Angel Flight. 
BUNDLE, BONNIE R. 
Chula Vista, Calif.; Advertising; 
Angus— Gamma Alpha Chi. 
SELKO, RANDI H. 
Baltimore; Interior Design; Dorm 
Hist.; Dorm Activities Chmn.; 
WR.^ Swim Team; Dorm Alter- 
nate Freestate Rep.; Elections 
Day Comm.; HAC Publicity 
Comm.; Dorm Social Comm. 
SIEGEL, JANE E. 
Plattsburgh. N. Y'.; Home Eco- 
nomics Education; Dorm Jud. 
Bd.; Section V.P.; Home Ec 
Club; Omicron Nu; Univ. Choir. 
SIPPEL, MARJORIE 
Laurel; Interior Design; Sigma 
Kappa; Diamond; Omicron Nii 
Treas.; NSID Social Chmn., V.P. 
SPECK, CHEERl LOU 
Centerville; Interior Design; 
NSID Academics Comm. 
SULLIVAN, DOROTHY ANN 
Catonsville; Home Economics; 
Dorm Exec Comm. 
TARBELL, MARJORIE MARIE 
Seabrook; Home Economics. 
VADEN, JUDITH ELAINE 
Cheverly; Textiles & Clothing; 
Home Ec. Club; Course Guide 
Staff. 

WALLACE, PRISCILLA 
Princess Ann; Advertising; Gam- 
ma Alpha Xi; Jud. Bd.; Dorm 
Big Sister; Home Ec. Club; Nat'l. 
Bd. on Family Relations; Dorm 
Homecoming Chmn.; Dom So- 
cial Committee; AWS Rep. 
WHIPP, SHERRY ANNE 
Rockville; Home Economics; 
Omicron Nu V.P. & Del. Nat'l. 
Conclave; Kappa Delta Pi; Home 
Ec. Pres.; Agricultural SC; Course 
Guide; Dorm Exec. Comm.; Md. 
Nat'l. College Queen. 
DE LOZIER, HOWARD J. 
Middlesex, N. J.; Commerce. 
KUPSTAS, JOHN 
Huntsville, Penna.; Business Ad- 
ministration; Delta Nu Alpha. 
MACKEY, BERNARD J. 
Cheverly; Personnel Management; 
Phi Kappa Tau; Newman Club; 
Veteran's Club. 
NELSON, ROBERT D. 
Seattle, Wash.; General Studies. 
OSTERMAN, LYDIA D. 
Dover, N. J.; Political Science 
ROBERTSON, WILLIAM T. 
Glen Bumie; History. 






GENERAL INDEX 

ACADEMICS 20-139 

Administration . 112-135 

Alumni 136-139 

Colleges 22-81 

Agriculture 22-25 

Arts & Science 28-43 

Business & Public Administration 44-55 

Education 56-67 

Engineering 68-73 

Home Economics 74-77 

Physical Education 78-81 

University College 26 

Honoraries 86-111 

STUDENT LIFE 140-299 

Commuters . 142-151 

Dormitories 152-217 

AUeghany 160-161 

Annapolis 162 

Arme Arundel 162 

Antietam 163 

Baltimore 164 

Bel Air 164-165 

Belvedere 166 

Calvert 166-169 

Cambridge 170-173 

Caroline 172 

Carroll 172 

Catoctin 174 

Cecil 174 

Centerville 175-177 

Charles 178-179 

Chestertown 180 

Cumberland 181-183 

Denton 184-185 

Dorchester 186 

Easton 187-190 

Elkton ... 191-193 

EUicott 194-196 

Fire Prevention 214 

Frederick 197 

Garrett 197 

Hagerstown 198-201 

Harford 202 

Howard 202 

International House 214 

Kent 202-203 

Montgomery 204-205 

Prince Georges 208 

Queen Anne's 206 

St. Mary's 207 

Somerset 209 

Talbot 209 

Washington 210-211 

Wicomico 212 

Worchester 213 

Greeks 218-275 

QUEENS 276-289 

HEADLINERS 290-299 

SPORTS 300-349 

Baseball 344-347 

Basketball 316-327 

Cheerleaders 328-329 

Cross Country 334-335 

Football 302-311 

Golf 349 

Lacrosse 338-343 

Soccer 312-315 

Swimming 332-333 

Tennis 348 

Track 336-337 

Wrestling 330-331 

ORGANIZATIONS 350-449 

Communications 407-422 

Argus 408-409 

Course Guide 422 

Diamondback 410-413 

Terrapin 414-417 

WMUC 418-421 

Interest Groups . . . .' 366-406 

Performing Arts 423-440 

Aqualiners 430 

Chapel Choir 428 

Drama Wing 434-435 

Flying Follies 430 

Glee Club 428 

Gymkann 431 

Madrigals . - 429 

Modem Dance 429 

Modern Dance 430-431 

University Bands 424-426 

University Theater 436-440 

Rehgion 441-449 



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