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"The lesson is clear you can- 
not keep any group in sub- 
servience in a society which 
purports to be free without 
that group applying the 
standards and hopes of 
democracy to its own condi- 
tion . . . the man who says, 
The rule is right because I 
have the power to make it,' is 
merely demonstrating his 
fear of applying standards 
and processes of human de- 
velopment to the rules which 
govern human behavior. That 
man is afraid to deal with 
people as people." 
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Table of Contents 

Academics Ho 

Colleges w/ Honoraries 118 

Honoraries 1 54 

Seniors 1 60 

Queens 226 



Sports 242 

Football 246 

Soccer 258 

Basketball 264 

Wrestling 274 

Swimming 278 

Cross Country 280 

Track 283 

Lacrosse 286 

Baseball 292 

Tennis 296 

Golf 298 

Student Life 300 

Commuters 802 

Greeks 314 

Residences 414 



Organizations 494 

Communications 529 

Performing Arts 547 



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A year to work 
to study 
to achieve 



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This is the year of change. The year of 
diversity, rebellion, contrast. And though our 
university has long been labeled apathetic, it 
has also begun to shov^^ signs of response to 
the outside v\/orld. 



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Berkeley, San Francisco State, and Colum- 
bia have broken the barriers, to call for re- 
forms, freedom, and student rights. And a 
weak little voice has been heard beckoning 
the University of Maryland students to also 
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The Annapolis Rally, on SGA sponsored trip to our state capital to plead 
for more funds for the University after Governor Agnew had cut educa- 
tional spending. Various campus organizations have also demonstrated 
their concern -The BSD actively protested a Home Economics experimental 
study which barred blacks from participating,- the Greeks have become 
aware of the necessity for change and developed on integration committee 
to work toward a solution of its most pressing problem. 



Unfortunately, the greatest turnout was 
not for civil rights or higher education or 
even improved cafeteria conditions. A 
few bare behinds provoked o mob of 
thousands to spread across the campus 
clamoring for panties, bras, and more 
nude runners. 




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Just look around though, and take note 
of what you see. There is conservatism - 
Georgian architecture . . . blue suits and 
white shirts ... no drinking on campus . . . 
no smoking in class . . . and of course, none 
of that dirty sex. The administration has 
maintained its "in loco parentis" position, 
and still many, too many, accept it unques- 
tionably. To some this is ultraconserva- 
tism-to others, it is stability, tradition, 
heritage. And in this respect "conserva- 
tism" is good. Perhaps some foundation of 
stability or continuity is necessary even in 
changing world -to quell violence or con- 
fusion, or possibly, to initiate it. 



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And then there's the hippie. 

Bold clothes, colors, and 

ways of thinking- 

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Somehow the influences olways 
seem to balance out, or better yet, 
blend together. The hippie is not 
just limited to students. Maybe 
there's a little hippie in all of us. 



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Fall brings football and with it the 
excitement of every game -win 
or lose. 





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For Terp fans, some Saturday after- 
noons bring good memories. Some 
others bring bad memories . . . 





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But regardless, the spirit, enthusi- 
asm and good times ore always 
there -though the goal posts some- 
times aren't. 




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The school goes all out in welcoming the 
returning alumni for Homecoming. De- 
corations, floats, parties, buffets, class 
reunions, and best of all -a gridiron 
victory this year. Maybe it's things like 
this that keep alumni coming back. Or 
maybe it's just getting together with a 
few close buddies at the car bar. 





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Lourey Morie Ginnetti 

Ado Annie Diana Ely 

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Madame Constance Mary Kay Pass 

Mademoiselle Gabrielle . . . 

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To the motorist driving through, the campus may seem mas- 
sive, disjoint, ond aloof. But to many students, it can mean 
warmth, understanding and sharing. The dorms, the Greeks, the 
churches, and individual organizations, sponsor parties, dinners 
and get togethers for the underpriveledged, the crippled, and 
orphan children. 






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Religion has taken to change. The pulpit is now a place to 
express ideas concerning student ideas and demands. 

The clergy is close to the student-often through Newman, 
Hillel, and other church-oriented groups. They con sympathize- 
yet understand the problems of the administrators. Clergymen, 
like administrators, are here for more than four yeors-they con 
see things in perspective, in light of what has gone before and 
what is likely to come next. 

They relate religion to today and today's problems. They en- 
joy the challenge of a college congregation that thinks, and 
questions, ond responds. 



Religion 81 




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Religion is no longer a one hour Sunday affair. It's working 
and playing and praying together. It's a Thursday night cele- 
bration and a help-by-tutor program. It's a sharing seven days 
a week, 52 weeks a year. 




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Today our world changes so very swiftly that 
little remains stagnant from year to year. This is 
especially true with students. Students are dif- 
ferent today than they were two or three years 
ago. They are more mature, more responsible, 
more concerned, and more aware than they were 
before. They ore more concerned with what is 
relevant to them in a world where they face war, 
poverty, racial strife, and archaic academic 
systems. 

Consequently, they have demanded a greater 
voice and greater participation in those affairs 
which concern them as citizens and as students. 
This self-assertion of students as adults and as 
free-thinking Americans has elevated them to an 
unprecedented level of importance in world, na- 
tional, and educational affairs. 

The Student Government Association has re- 
flected this change in student thought and action 
this year. Much time and effort was successfully 
expended on changing social rules so that stu- 
dents alone could control their non-academic 
lives. A great deal of emphasis shifted to aca- 
demic affairs where innovations in education, 
student evaluation of courses and teachers, and 
greater participation in curriculum planning 
became the norm, with continuing progress to- 
ward more meaningful student participation in 
planning their academic lives. 

Furthermore, a greater participation in ad- 
ministrative decision-making and activity on the 
State level, was experienced by the student body, 
with many gains being made by the students. 
Several new or expanded student services were 
also instituted. 

SGA this year has been more dynamic and 
successful than previous student governments, 
has been more outspoken, and has participated 
in a wider variety of areas which affect us as stu- 
dents. This was due in large part to the concern 
and dedication of its officers and members in 
striving for a better university. It is my sincere 
hope that we, as students, helped to make this 
university what it should be-on institution ful- 
filling the needs of its students and society. 




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Ray Ferrara 
Treasurer 




Susan Myerberg 
Vice-President 





Linda Lawson 
Secretary 



SGA 89 




1. S. Van Crock, 2. L. Lawson, 3. D. Rosen, 4. J. Fleischer, 5. M. 
Bryant, 6. D. Hotfield, 7. G. Dunsten, 8. L. Sylvester, 9. P. Padden, 
10. H. Shulman, 11. K. Walsh, 12. E. Dutton, 13. S. Myerberg, 14. G. 
Moneypenny, 15. D. Fisher, 16. K. Burke, 17. R. Ferroro. 



Cabinet 




90 SGA 



Legislature 





I . p. Katz, 2. B. Shaw, 3. J. Pada, 4. D. Reina, 5. C. Berry, 6. S. Marcus, 
7. T. Basham, 8. L. Schlossburg, 9, J. Rosenberger, 10. R. Moser, 

I I . M. Gold, 1 2. L. Reichel, 1 3. C. Dodd, 1 4. C. Lum, 1 5. C. Little, 1 6. M. 
Peake, 17. L Jacobs, 18. L. Schwartz, 19. R. Potash, 20. S. Rice, 21. 
M. Engel, 22. R. Neff, 23. G. Weinstein-Sec, 24. D. Hodge, 25. F. 
Crystal, 26. B. Lovett, 27. S. Myerberg-Spkr., 28. S. Lutsky, 29. D. 
Kutzer, 30. S. Yanovich, 31 . J. Goldstein, 32. G. Sherman. 



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Senior Class Officers 



l.S. Benjamin -Treos., 2. B. Bondy-VP., 3. G. Dunsten-Pres 
4. C. Hock -Sec, 5. S. Leviton, 6. C. Dodd, 7. L. Johnson 8 c' 
Little, 9. R. Potash, 10. L. Hoch. 




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1. J. Gordon, 2. B. Shaw, 3. B. Attinger-Treas., 4. C. Lum, 
5. L. Reichel, 6. D. Hodge, 7. T. Truitt-Sec, 8. J. Fielder, 
9. S. Van Grack-Pres., 10. D. Bunty-VP. 




Junior Class Officers 



SGA 93 




1. S. Yanovich, 2. S. Rice, 3. D. Hatfield- Pres., 4. R. Greenhouse- 
VP., 5. P. Brietner-Treas., 6. B. Unger, 7. A. Scher, 8, S. Tempkin- 
Sec. 



Sophomore Class 
Officers 



94 SGA 




Freshman Class 
Officers 



I.E. Baker-Sec.,2.M. Febrey-Pres.,3. B. Hoyle-VP. 




SGA 95 





1. N. LevitQS-Treas., 2. K. Noberts-Sec, 3. I. Caplan, 4. M. Litwin, 
5. J. Westleich, 6. M. Phipps-2nd VP., 7. A. Smith, 8. R. Farrell, 9. L. 
Hoch, 10. J. Prouty, 11. K. Burke- Pres., 12. J. Silver, 13. R. Laniado, 
14, L. Moore-Adv., 15. S. Buckholtz, 16. G. Capozzalo, 17. D. Pringle, 
18. B. Unger, 19. J. Edwards, 20. C. Lapp, 21. B. Kind, 22. S. Kaufman, 
23. V. Brown, 24. E. Roberts. 



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96 SGA 




Judicial Board 



1. J. Edwards-Chief Justice, 2. B. Wolkstein, 3. M. Mc- 
Donough, 4. J. Meredith, 5. C. Baumann, 6. M. Caplan. 





1. P. Mendelsohn, 2. A. Holtz, 3. M. Pearl- 
man-Chmn., 4. R. Craft, 5. J. Shelton. 



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1. R. Moltzon, 2. P. Cohen, 3. R. O'Brien, 4. J. Safley- 
Chief Justice, 5. S. Coburn, 6. M. Fagon, 7. M. Wolfe. 
Not Pictured: B. DeCuir. 



Cultural Committee 





1. K. L. Newman, 2. C. Sorrells, 3. J. Pierce, 
4. D, Elliot, 5. J. Paris, 6. E. Scholleck, 7. J. 
Karlick, 8. S. Katz, 9. T. Ferry, 10. J. Geh- 
ringer, 11. Y. Frenkel, 12. P. Mendelson, 
13. E. Parker, 14. P. Bischoff, 15. B. Loube, 
16. M. Mirman. 





1. B. McKay, 2. L. Deikert, 3. M. Zetter, 4. J. Marsch, 5. A. 
Kilion, 6. B. Ullrich-Chmn., 7. J. Waranch, 8. R. Laniado, 9. L. 
Baum, 10. B. Kelly, 11. G. Walling, 12. B, Snyder, 13. T. Ferry. 



Elections Board 




FOB 



Left to Right: P. Padden, R. Carlson, J. Sakers, 
S. Gridley. 



SGA 99 



MWC 




Seated, left to right: D. Odorant, S. Cabrini, G. G. Terrapin. Standing: W. L. Netto, M. Trouser- 
snake, P. T. Choux, M. O'Rose, 0. Redding, S. E. Grinn. 



Pep 
Committee 




1. S. Colicky, 2. P. Smith, 3. S. McAfee, 4 
B. Clerk, 5. E. Webster, 6. H. Henderson, 7, 
J. Marker, 8. B. Ullman, 9. J. Willis, 10. D 
Heidel, 11. J. Ellis, 12. R. Palladino, 13. S 
Michelson, 14. L. Moriarty, 15. 
16. J. Snyder, 17. F. Ward, 18. A. Miller, 
19. L. Baer,20. M. A, Pettit, 21. L.Jenasack 
22. S. McGaha, 23. C. Pettit, 24. Testudo II, 
25. N. Willner, 26. J. Justice, 27. T. Roper 
28. C. Morcus-Chmn., 29. 
30. D. Palladino, 31. F. Landman, 32. B 
Boer. 



100 SGA 





J. Goldstein, 2. K. Newman, 3. L 
Walker, 4. J. Hack, 5. M. Binderman, 
6. S. Slama, 7. S. Yochelson. Not 
Pictured: B. Strickland. 



Student Traffic Court 




1. J, Brown-Treas., 2. B. Holland, 3. D. Ur- 
ban- Pres., 4. L. DeVan-Sec, 5. J. Meyer, 
6. 0. Basil -Advsr., 7. J. Daniel, 8. A. Kirch- 
ner. 9. B. Kerman, 10. J. Dodge, 11. G. Daw- 
son, 12. R. Pevey, 13. E. Zirkind, 14. C. Day, 
15. L. Sigler, 16. ,17. H. Zibler, 

18. , 19. H. Neufeld, 20. N.Tucker, 

21. R. Gleich, 22. S. Komitsky, 23. R. Horo- 
witz, 24. F. Bleumenthal, 25. R. Reichman, 
26. R. Solomon, 27. S. Fineberg, 28. B. Hoy- 
den, 29. S. Robinson, 30. C. Wei, 31. C. 
Grossman, 32. L. Roork, 33. P. Hutchison, 
34. C. Cook. Missing: M. Gordon -VP. 




Student 
Union 
Board 



SGA 101 



Summer 
Sponsors 




1. R. Collier, 2. P. Shapiro, 3. C. Walker, 4. J. Peleconos, 5. K. 
Hansen, 6. B. Brown, 7. C. Hock, 8. B. Grim, 9. J. Knox, 10. G. 
Dunsten, 11. D. Bunty, 12. S. Van Grock, 13. G. Cappozzola, 14. 
B. De Cuir, 15. B. Landes, 16. L. Lawson, 17. J. Moneypenny, 
18. B. Shulman, 19. S. Coburn, 20. M. Dutterer, 21. J. Tschech- 
telin, 22. D. Morris. 




Who's Who 
Selection Committee 




Left to right: J. Lubcher, M. Loreman, K. Maloney-Sec, K. Innes. 2nd Row: C. Taylor- Chmn., G. Keppler, S. Blanken. 



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Administcatorg^ 



President Wilson H. Elkins 




UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 
COLLEGE PARK 20700 



OPFICe OF TME OWESIDEN 



It is traditional to speak of the importance of educated 
citizens in a democracy, of the educated man's contribution to the quality 
of life in his community, of the higher income a man will earn if he Is 
a college graduate. These facts have been stated so often they seem 
commonplace. But they are both true and important. 

Education cannot be mass produced. No matter how large 
or diverse the University becomes, success is still measured in personal 
terms -- broader horizons and increased abilities for the individual 
student, each in his own way. 

The general achievements of the University, whether in 
education, research, or public service, ultimately are significant only 
as they have impact on the individual student and citizen. 




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Wilson H. Elkins 
President 



104 Administrators 



Robert A. Beach 

Asst. to Pres. for 

University Relations 





Frank L. Bentz, Jr. 

Vice President for 

Agricultural Affairs 



R. Lee Hornbake 

Vice President 

for Academic Affairs 




Administrators 1 05 




Michael J. Pelczar 

V.P. for Graduate Studies 

and Resident Graduates 



Henry J. Kuhn 

Supervisor, 
University Press 





Walter B. Waetjen 

Vice President for 

Administrative Affairs 



106 Administrators 



J. Winston Martin 

Vice President for 

Student Affairs 





Judith A. Berenson 

Adm. Ass't., Office of 

Intermediate Registration 



Owen A. Basil, Jr. 
Ass't. Director, 
Student Union 




Administrators 107 




Dr. Fiirman A. Bridgers 

Director, 
International Education 



Jeanne A. Cherbeneau 
Sorority Advisor 





Dr. Helen Clarke 

Associate Dean 

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108 Administrators 



Lester M. Dyke 

Director, 
Health Service 





Geurin A. Fischer 

Dir., Office of 

Intermediate Registration 



Francis A. Gray, Jr. 
Adm. Ass't., Office 
of Student Affairs 




Administrators 1 09 




WiUiam Hoff 
Director, 
Student Union 



H. Palmer Hopkins 
Director, 

Student Aid 





Margaret Lloyd 
Director, 

Housing 



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Thomas M. Magoon 

Director, 
Counseling Center 





Joseph F. Metz 
Director, Judiciary 



Leslie J. Moore 
Director, AWS 




Administrators 1 1 1 




R. Bruce Ritler 

Director, Placement 

and Credentials 



Doyle P. Royal 
Ass't. Dean for 
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Ass't. Director, 

Student Activities 



112 Administrators 



J. Logan Schulz 

Director, 
Alumni Affairs 

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Ralph R. Swinford 

Director, 
Student Activities 



James D. Tschechtelin 

Assoc. Director, 

Student Activities 




Administrators 113 



BOARD 
OF 



REGENTS 



Charles P. McCormick 
Chairman 




George B, Newman 
Vice Chairman 




B. Herbert Brown 
Secretary 






Harry A. Boswell, Jr. Louis L. Kaplan 



114 Administration 



Mrs. Gerald Morgan 
Assl. Secretary 



Harry H. Nuttle 
Treasurer 




William B. Long 



F. Grae Miller Thomas B. Symans 



Administration 115 



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College of Agriculture 

Over a century old, the College of Agriculture 
could easily qualify for the paternal title of the 
granddaddy of the University. And today Gordon M. 
Cairns, the college's dean in his eighteenth year of 
service here, points v^/ith pride to the contributions 
Maryland has made to agriculture. And he indicates 
that the opportunities in agriculture are almost un- 
limited-and that Maryland, the Free State's largest 
educational institution-also offers an almost un- 
limited, varied academic program so that these 
opportunities may be realized. 

The college offers 13 agricultural study areas, in- 
cluding special curricula, which prepares the student 
for further study in forestry and veterinary practice. 
Other areas include animal science, botany, ento- 
mology, food science, and horticulture. But Dean 
Cairns foresees even more room for expansion in ge- 
ology and landscape architecture, two courses that 
are now in separate departments in the college. 

What kind of student enrolls in agriculture in 
today's modern era? A report shows that a high 
proportion come from suburbia and the city, in- 
dicating that even the so-called "city-slicker" is 
becoming aware of the opportunities in the field. 
For example, 66 percent of this year's freshmen class 
came from Suburbia and the city, while only 34 per- 
cent came from rural areas. However, Dean Cairns 
says, "The interests in a particular kind of career 
perhaps is the deciding factor rather than from 
where the student's home is." 

For a student to succeed in agriculture he must be 
mechanically and mathematically minded, as the 
college requires an even greater number of credits 
in the pure sciences and mathematics than the min- 
imum University requirements. 

And what are some of the opportunities the 
agricultural student finds in agriculture today? 

• Research firms, both private and public, need 
him. 

• Supermarket chains, electric companies, dairy 
distributors and meat packing companies need 
him. 

• Bonks, insurance companies and government 
agencies need him. 

• The news media need him. 




Dean Gordon M. Cairns 



The 20th century's awareness for good con- 
servation practices in tackling the problems of 
soil erosion and water pollution, and the necessity 
for fish and wild life management — all of these 
things enhance the agricultural students' job pros- 
pects. And all of these things add up to make agricul- 
ture the world's biggest employer. 





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Alpha Zeta 



Left to right: J. Solie, J. Poor, E. Wompler, 4. J. Faulkner, 5. D. Fritz, 6. T. Sidor. 




School of Architecture 



The School of Architecture is now located in temporary 
quarters in the Gulch, with a new building in the planning 
stages. The "barracks" in the Gulch are renovated to provide 
air conditioned lecture rooms, studies, library and office 
space. The facilities, in direct contrast to the usually gloomy 
halls and shadowy dork classrooms, ore bright, spacious 
places providing adequate space for the 140 students now 
enrolled in the program to study and create. The exciting 
new building, which is planned to be completed by 1970, 
is maior stimulus to o feeling of newness and fascina- 
tion displayed by students and faculty alike. While being of an 
advanced design of interconnecting open spaces with studios 
centrally located the new building will still be compatoble 
with the overall Georgian style. 

The Architecture school offers a 5 year program and it is 
also the newest, being founded in 1967. The courses are a 
cohesive integration of design, structural analysis and envir- 
onmental study. With this program the students are also 
freed of non-professional academics allowing them to ac- 
tively and directly pursue architecture as a career. 

These people who will shape tomorrow's environment 
hove many problems facing them. An exploding population 
coupled with industrialization have created on enormous 
urban crisis. Many areas of loday's cities ore on the edge of 
economic and social disaster, with whole neighborhoods be- 
coming ghettos and living at a threatening level of frustra- 
tion. These are problems that will have to be coped with by 
the architecture field, and hove generated a sense of urgency 
in the environmental design profession. 

Today, relevancy is the password of youth and alienation 
is an integral port of campus life. The School of Architecture 
has provided an answer for its students to these difficult 
problems. This is accomplished by combining the awareness 
of the troubles of society with a cohesive spirit between 
faculty and students. In the words of Dean John Hill this is 
described as "a participatory democracy," "a continual give 
and take of ideas." Students and faculty alike work on proj- 
ects dealing with real problems in real society. They ore in- 
volved. This spirit of architecture is to shelter and enhance 
Man's life on earth and to fulfill his belief in the nobility of 
existence." 




Dean John W. Hill 



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College of Arts and Sciences 



When trying to summarize and describe the College of Arts 
and Sciences, one finds a real problem-diversity. Offering 29 
possible majors, A & S ranges from music to molecular physics. 

This diversity also creates problems for A & S administra- 
tors. It's difficult for them to provide for the great spectrum of 
student interests. Especially when there are 10,000 students for 
which to provide. A & S contains more than one-third of the Uni- 
versity's student population. Naturally, mixing numbers and 
diversity mokes Dean Charles A. Manning's job a challenging one. 

Continually growing. Arts and Sciences is certainly a college 
of contrasts. As one student mixes paint another may be mixing 
chemicals. As one student transposes music, another translates 
French. 



The College of Arts and Sciences is unique in its blending of 
two exact opposites. It strives to teach students to think and 
work in exact terms and precise calculations. Yet at the same 
time, it strives to promote individualism and freedom of ex- 
pression, as well as developing the abstract. At first glance, this 
is another aspect of contrast within the College. But to the fully 
developed man, the uniting of the freedom of the arts with the 
exactness of science is important. 

Diversity and contrast moke A & S unique. And as one student 
observed, "At least we can't be stereotyped." 



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Charles Manning 



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Left to right: G. Kaufman -Pres., E. Yoffe, J. Barron, R. Posner-Sec, F. Eisner, P. Godin-V.P., M. Greenberg-Adv., H. Schechter, W. 
Gann. 



Eta Beta Rho- 



hebrew 



Gamma Theta Epsilon— 



geography 



Left to right: S.Wheeler, S. Aibershine-V.P., 0. Chicken,?. Brown-Pres., J. Yegor-Sec, K. Podudo, S. Levey, P. Jochowski, J. Grimes. 





1 . G. Sears, 2. W. McCullen, 3. R. Hirzil, 4. C. Forman, 5. J. Solie, 6. G. Kipper, 7. B. 
Herzberger, 8. F. Heath, 9. R. Young, 1 0. J. Silverberg, 1 1 . A. Witkin - Pres., 1 2. W. 
Leader, 13. J. Reeves, 14. J. Hnrt, 15. D. Fretz, 16. J. Magee, 17. D. Strebe, 18. K. 
Gibbons, 19. C. Davis. 



Kappa Kappa Psi— 



bands 




Phi Sigma Society — biological sciences 



Left to right; C. Hyde, K. Ludhom, E. Bergquist, S. Hendrix, D. Cordts, R. Jackowski, S. Kadarsam. 





Left to right: E. Jones-Sec, T. Pierce, M. Eddy, S. Wolf-V.P., D. Winslow, S. Kanofsky, M. Hill-Trees., D. Faxon, A. Klepner. 



Pi Mu Epsilon- 



malhematics 




Psi Chi- 



psychology 



1. G. Mendels, 2. S. Wallace, 3. B. Berthioume, 4. B. Wilk-Sec, 5. S. Gross 
-Pres., 6. P. Keenan-Treos., 7. S. Kurtzman, 8. B. Stevens, 9. M. Litwin, 
10. T. Mopp, 11. A. Aron, 12. F. Singer. Not Pictured: K. McCluggoge, K. 
Froliens-V.P. 





1. A. Roarty, 2. J. Schwartz- Pres., 3. S. Kelly, 4. L. McGeary, 5. P. 
Hawbecker, 6. R. Dobbs, 7. S. Wilner, 8. S. Spector, 9. L. Paolini, 10. R. 
Solomon, 11. F. Durdock, 12. K. Heisse. 

Sigma Alpha Eta- 
speech therapy 





Sigma Alpha Iota— music 

1. A. Brown, 2. B. Lawyer, 3. K. Welsh, 4. L. Rogers, 5. C. Chang, 6. C. Weissen- 
berg, 7. L. Hormes, 8. M. Smith, 9. E. Jurgela, 10. C. Nelson, 1 1. E. Zippermonn, 
12. S. Reid, 13. S. Garrett, 14. R. Schnider-Sec, 15. C. Carmack-Treas., 16. B. 
Braunstein-VP., 17. M. Korth-Pres., 18. C. Keys, 19. E.George. 



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Left to right: S. Sussan-Pres., A. Backus, L. Cockey, H.A. Kalish, P. Lone-Sec, W. Schneder, M, Kugotow-Treos., R. Meyer. 



Sigma Alpha Omicron- 



microbiology 




Tau Beta Sigma— 



women s music 



1. Z. Dortch-VP., 2. S. Woodside-Pres., 3. D. Zolmaski- 
Sec, 4. S. Kunkel, 5. K. Brumbaugh, 6. J. Marrero, 7. G. 
Kipper, 8. L. Sovodo, 9. K. Frye, 10. R. Davidson, 11. E. 
Yang-Treas. 




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Dean Donald W. O'Connell 



College of Business 

and Public Administration 

The school ot Business and Public Administration, lo- 
cated high on the hill overlooking most of the campus, 
makes up a sizeable proportion of the total University. 
The Dean of BPA, Dr. Donald O'Connell, heads up a full 
time staff of 154 professors that administers to 4000 
undergraduates, and 600 graduate students. These people 
are distributed into six departments: business adminis- 
tration, economics, geography, and government-politics 
which have degrees available up to the doctoral level, and 
iournalism and information analysis offering degrees only 
on the undergraduate level. Yet these departments are 
only part of that segment of the university called BPA, 
for two bureaus are incorporated into this school. These 
bureaus, the Business and Economic Research Bureau and 
the Bureau of Government Research, have little to do with 
teaching but are designed to study some of the pressing 
problems of the state concerned with business or govern- 
ment. 

In today's world there is a pressing need for competent 
and educated leaders of business and for our massive gov- 
ernment structure. The University produces a great 
number of people slated by society to fill these positions. 
In fact there ore so many produced that one begins to 
wonder at the quality. People going into business and 
government need to be aware of and involved with society 
enough to understand its problems and improve its quality. 
These problems ore substantially token care of at this 
University by its program of involvement. Outside projects 
ore the method. Marketing, accounting and operations re- 
search have integral projects built into the courses. 
Journalism has established a summer internship program 
which places journalism majors in jobs designed to give 
them actual practical experience. And the numerous pro- 
fessional societies, twenty-two in all, ore very active in 
bringing outside speakers to campus, initiating tutoring 
programs, sponsoring service projects and many other 
things. In fact the accounting honorary Beta Alpha Psi 
won a first place in a nation-wide contest for their very 
progressive program. 








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132 Colleges/honoraries 




Left to right: W. Stanto, P. Lerario, J. Gilmore, J. Pisani-Pres., W. Statler-V.P., M. Tomic, J. Pailthorp, A. Rodgers, D. Cadell, 
D. Gustafson, T. Inglesisy. 



Alpha Delta Sigma— 



advertising 



Beta Alpha Psi- 



accounting 



Left to right; C. Rabovsky-Treas., M. Levine-V.P., L. Pass, J. Green-Pres., V. McCormack-Sec, R. Strickland, W. Sumner, C. Joyce, 
C. Rogers, G. Carieton, F. Metzbower. 





Row 1: P. Buhley-Adv., J. Golstein-Pres., B. Kreisman-Sec. Row 2: T. Homilton-Treas., J. Goldman-VP., W. Abbott. 



John Marshall Society- 



law 



Kappa Alpha Mu- 



photoj ournalism 



Row 1 : J. Stevens, W. Hill, T. Beck, K. Akin. Row 2: P. Levin, S. Kaminski, H. Lolos, T. Anthony. 




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Delta 

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Phi Chi Theta- 




economics 



Left to right: P. Willens, D. Blond -Pres., R. 
Follen, J. Archer -Sec, W. Reese-Treas., 
S. Coburn-V.P. 



women's business 



D. Shields, 2. L. Hertzlich-Pres., 3, L 
Stauffer, 4. C. Formwclt, 5. E. Karr, 6. J. 
Prouty, 7. J. Young, 8. R. Stcfurik, 9, E. King, 
0. P. Richardson, 11. D. Siemek, 12. S. Sea- 
lover, 13. S. Cox, 14. J.Stallmon, 15. W.Wood, 
6. N. Frye, 17. M. Farley, 18. J. Thebaud, 
9. D. Dietle, 20. S. Farmer, 21 . C. Casey. 



Colleges/honoraries 135 




1. B. Kreisman, 2. Maynard G-Pres., 3. K. Schwartz, 4. M. Gallagher, 5. D. Bour- 
don, 6. I. Allen, 7. S. Parks, 8. J. Valentine, 9. C. Chung, 10. J. Cournoyer, 1 1. J. 
Ceppos, 12. A. Zemsky, 13. R. Fisch, 14. S. Squillance, 15. , 16. L. Becker. 



Pi Delta Epsilon— 



communications 




Sigma Delta Chi— j 

Left to right: G. Maynard, L. Becker, D. Piper, I. Allen, J. Ceppos, J. Valentine- Pres., S. Parks, L. Bourdon. 



iouriialism 





C. Chung -Sec, 2. D. Tralins-Pres., 3. G. Cosper-Treas., 4. G. Diakoulas-VP., 5. B. Richter,6. S. Squillac, 7. L.Clark. 



Tau Mu Epsilon- 



public relations 



Theta Sigma Phi- 



women's journalism 



First Row (left to right): C. Plachta-V.P., L. Petzold-Pres., M. LaRoche, A. Henderson -Corr. Sec, K. Casey, E. Karr, 2nd Row: J. Horan, 
N. Wood, C. Jones, S. Miller. Third Row: D. Perry-Rec. Sec, A. Melville-Hist. 




Education 



With the present crisis of teacher shortage, the College of 
Education handles the burden of training students for teaching 
positions of any variety, ranging from kindergarten to college 
to special education. 

A major part of the training of a teacher involves student 
teaching and observation within the public school systems. 
Formerly students were assigned to schools in a rather hap- 
hazard fashion. But a new concept being used is the establish- 
ment of teaching centers-a cluster of schools containing ele- 
mentary, junior high, and senior high schools. Teachers assigned 
to these schools are able to meet and discuss problems and 
programs within each center. This promotes a better under- 
standing of student problems, background, and progress. 

A related department to the College of Education is the Insti- 
tute of Child Study. Supported by the University, the Institute 
mokes studies of individual children, to increase knowledge in 
the field of educational psychology. Investigating the many 
facets and influences on the personality of the learner helps 
both in-service teachers and student teachers to better under- 
stand and aid the child. 

Another progressive division within the College is the De- 
partment of Industrial Arts. Under the guidance of Dr. Donald 
Maley, the department has developed one of the most progres- 
sive programs in the country. Maryland's Industrial Arts De- 
partment has been a leader in expanding the field from a tradi- 
tionally vocational approach to a broad understanding of in- 
dustry's place in today's world. One outstanding feature of the 
department is the faculty's striving to match student teaching 
assignments to the needs of the individual. 

With the growing importance of technology in education, the 
University is a leader. The technology center represents the 
great advances being made in education. Now audio-visual aids 
and teaching machines demonstrate the use of up-to-date com- 
munications media. 





Dean Vernon E. Anderson 




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Kappa Delta Pi- 
education honorary 

1. , 2. M. Caplan, 3. C. Tompakov-VP., 4. B. Shipp, 

5. K. Johnson, 6. R. Brown, 7. ,8. , 9, D. 

Heinbaugh, 10. J. Elmore, 11. M. Gold, 12. , 13. H. 

Jones, 14. G. Funaro, 15. G. Mills-Pres., 16. P. Karlinsky, 17. 
,18. H. Tindle, 19. P. Peridier, 20. ,21.S. 

Dawson, 22. E. Stolting, 23. C. Weisreich, 24. 





College of Engineering 

Changes in the College of Engineering's academic 
programs for 1969, to meet the ever-changing demands 
of the scientific world, highlight the college's efforts to 
bring Maryland to the forefront in engineering. 

A "Co-op Plan," which combines classroom study 
with professional work in the field, is scheduled to be- 
gin this summer. The plan will add Maryland to the list 
of some 50 top engineering colleges in the U.S. that al- 
ready have this program. The five-year degree program 
will be offered to third-year students mainly in the 
mechanical, electrical engineering areas, because these 
two have the largest enrollments. In the future it may 
be extended to other engineering fields. 

Dean Robert B. Beckmann says that the "Co-op" will 
be a step forward in raising the quality of education to 
engineering students here. 

Another innovation is a recent proposal for an "un- 
designated degree in engineering." This addition to the 
curricula is designed to give flexibility to students' 
future plans. 

But the college is not without its problems. The 
yearly turnover in the freshman class, because of aca- 
demic problems, is 20 percent. So a student-faculty 
committee, led by T. W. Cadman, assistant professor of 
Chemical Engineering, came to the rescue and a Fresh- 
man Counselling and Guidance Office was set up on the 
grass roots level. 

Dean Beckmann, who is deeply concerned with the 
problem, says, "We hope with this kind of personalized 
approach that freshmen will come in any time and see 
one of the two faculty members who are volunteer 
advisors. The problem is not so much with the sopho- 
mores and the rest but with the freshmen who are in- 
clined to experience trouble from the start. If we can 
get them to come in early, they may be able to be 
saved." 

Finally, the 1969-70 academic years will mark the 
college's 75th Anniversary Year. Speakers from various 
industries will be on hand; conferences and seminars 
will be held. 

Dr. Beckmann says, "This is to give the college a 
better image across the country, to show that we are 
becoming a force in engineering." 





Dean Robert Beckmann 




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Chi Epsilon— 



civil engineering 



1. J. Beck, 2. S. Beattie-Pres., 3. S. Pordum, 4. C. Meister, 5. A. 
Flewelling-Treas., 6. M. Mortazavi, 7. B. Bauer-V.P., 8. B. Orvedal, 
9. B. Black. 





1. J. Tobin, 2. M. Nusbaum, 3. R. Thorne-VP., 4. R. Willard, 
5. R. Billings, 6. R. Gloss, 7. T. Consroe, 8. M. Comberiate, 
9. L. Lehmonn, 10. E. Lee-Treas., 11. P. Deckert, 12. J. 
Gavilan, 13. B. Cantor-Pres., 14. E. Jacques, 15. E. Shefrin, 
16. R. Porter, 17. B. Field, 18. R. Ruth, 19. D. Goodman. 

Eta Kappa Nu— 

electrical engineering 





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Pi Tau Sigma— 



mechanical engineering 



1 . J. Mayo, 2. D. Swearer-Treas., 3. D. Chwirut, 4. R. Rector, 5. J. Etheridge 
-VP., 6. C. Hayleck, 7. S. Edwards, 8. A. Kirschbaum, 9. K. Kielland Lund, 
10. R. Marks, 11. C. Gribaudo, 12. D. Fiske, 13. E. Norris, 14. L. Scanlan, 15. 
M. Rochkind, 16. R. Smead, 17. N. Eckert. 





Left to right; J. Beach-Pres, J. Robinson -V.P, A. Szczerbicki-Treas.,T. Michaiek, R. Ames, M. Garnek. 

Sigma Gamma Tau— aerospace 




Tail Beta Pi— engineering 

1. J. Beck, 2. J. Chambers, 3. A. Flewelling, 4. M. Nusbaum, 5. R. Thorne, 6. M. 
Garnek, 7. K. Kiellandlund, 8. T. Consroe, 9. J. Etheridge, 10. M. Comberiote, 11. R. 
Willard, 12. E. Jacques, 13. W. Bauer, 14. E. Shefrin, 15. J. Beach, 16. S. Purdum, 
17. D. Chwirut, 18. A. Kirschbaum, 19. S. Edwards, 20. R. Porter, 21. A. Szczerbicki, 
22. L, Lehmann, 23. W. Ritter, 24. M. Rochkind, 25. D. Swearer, 26. J. Robinson, 27. 
R. Marks, 28. B. Cantor, 29. J. Mayo, 30. D. Goodman, 31. B. Orvedal, 32. R. Glass, 
33. M. Palmer, 34. S. Beattie, 35. J. Gavilan, 36. N. Eckert-VP., 37. E. Lee, 38. T. 
Michaiek, 39. R. Ames-Pres., 40. R. Billings. 



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Home Economics 



Home Economics is "riding on the crest of a wove," 
soys Dean Marjory Brooks of tine College of Home 
Economics. And to meet the crest of it the College 
opened a new area of study when it created the Depart- 
ment of Family and Community Development. 

In the good old days, the family was able to take core 
of all its needs, but today the community has token over 
many of the family's functions. So it became the obliga- 
tion of the universities to train specialists to guide 
members of the family toward a better life. With o 
heavy emphasis on the social sciences, the College of 
Home Economics is preparing students to give valuable 
service to the community in this field. For example, 
students may become family life consultants, home 
management consultants, and, with a graduate degree, 
marriage counselors. 

And to keep up with the fast changing times, the 
College's Food and Nutrition Department is revising 
some of its courses as government programs, such as 
Medicare. University students, armed with on arsenal 
of knowledge in chemistry, ore preparing to go out and 
fight the war on hunger by doing research for food 
manufacturers or government agencies. As Dean 
Brooks points out: "The hunger problem centers on a 
lack of food that gives proper nutrition, rather than a 
lack of food in the United States." 

But Home Economics offers more than just training 
in the lab with test tubes. The departments of Applied 
Design and Textiles and Clothing focus on the aesthetic. 
Each gives home economics students a chance to fulfill 
their creative needs. Courses in these areas include 
fashion design, costume design, metollory, and cer- 
amics. 

In research the College has not lagged behind others. 
A significant diet study was carried out on several 
groups of coeds to analyze the utilization of amino 
acids from food protein. Another was concerned with 
the intake of carbohydrates on longevity-this time 
white mice were used as guinea pigs. 




Dean Marjory Brooks 







Left to right: A. Jenkins, M. Wierich-Sec, L. Bladen -Pres., D. Newcomb, P. Burbrink, B. Krouse. 




Omicron Nu— 

home economics 
honorary 



Colleges/honoraries 145 



School of Library and 
Information Sciences 



The School of Library and Information Sciences was 
founded in the fall of 1965. It is the second such new 
graduate professional school since World War II, and 
the first to be established at College Park. It is unique 
in that it is a separate School whose sole purpose is 
graduate study and research. 

Now located in McKeldin Library, the School plans to 
move into the new library to be built in 1 969-70. 

The School is progressively oriented in a time of 

rapid changes in the field of library sciences. Students 

come from a wide variety of backgrounds and fields of 

-Study, ranging from History and Library Science to 

Theology and Nursing. 

The School feels that its main purpose is "to place 
the intellectual character of librarianship on a sound 
and firm basis." While the Master of Library Science 
is the "major commitment" of the School, nevertheless, 
scholarship and research to promote knowledge and 
practice in the field is stressed. And to increase learn- 
ing at the managerial level, the School offers the Li- 
brary Administrators Development Program. 

Finally, the School realizes its obligation to provide 
a harmonious balance between theory and practice. 
The "fusion of teaching, research, and practice" is 
kept foremost is the minds of the officials. 

Now developing a doctorate degree, the School is 
eagerly meeting the great challenge of the needs of 
future decades. 




Dean Paul Wasserman 



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Colleges/honoraries 147 



College of 
Physical Education, 
Recreation, and Health 

New ideas, new concepts, and rapid surges in 
growth -these things characterize the College of 
Physical Education, Recreation, and Health today. 

From a tiny, not-yet-completely organized col- 
lege in the summer of 1949, it has mushroomed into 
a school that guides and instructs about 18,525 
people — and that figure continues to grow year by 
year. Probably no other college in the university 
can come close to influencing that many. Over 6,000 
freshmen will have finished their health-physical 
education requirements this year, and 125 will have 
graduated from the college itself. Besides, over 
1 1,000 young men and women will have enjoyed the 
two athletic programs the college offers to students 
in their spare time. 

But the college has not grown in numbers only. 
It has been the pacemaker in new ideas and concepts: 
the innovator. As Lester Fraley, the college's dean of 
19 years, indicates: "We now revise and modify our 
programs-depending on the trends with respect 
to the demands of elementary and secondary school 
officials. For example, if they want to teach square 
dancing, we will organize a course in it so that our 
graduates will be qualified to teach it." 

Just two years ago, the college set up an adaptive 
program in its curriculum designed to make physical 
education instructors proficient in teaching the 
handicapped. 

Unlike the physical education department, the 
departments of health and recreation are not or- 
iented to teacher training. Health graduates inter- 
ested in advancing knowledge in their area may go 
to work for such organizations as the Tuberculosis 
Association. Recreation graduates, on the other 
hand, may find jobs with city recreation departments 
or the YMCA as program directors. 

And now in the planning stages is a new gym- 
nosium-a testimonial to the increasing growth of 
the College of Physical Education, Recreation, and 
Health at the University of Maryland. 




Dean Lester Fraley 




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150 Colleges/honoraries 




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Phi Alpha Epsilon— physical education 



1. J. Wilson, 2. K. Regan, 3. D. Yingling, 4. J. Lovell, 5. E. Kesler, 6. B. Brown, 7. J. Hildebrand- 
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Sigma Tau Epsilon— 

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University College 



Maryland's University College is always on the 
go, and so is its chief. Dean Ray Ehrensberger, better 
known as the "Flying Dean of Maryland," has flown 
over a million miles since 1952 in order to administer 
his "worldwide, educational domain" on over 400 
study outposts in 25 foreign lands ranging from Asia, 
Africa, and Europe to the frigid regions of the Arctic. 

Founded in 1949, the purpose of UC is to give 
servicemen and their dependents who ore stationed 
overseas on education, although its headquarters, 
here in College Pork, offers evening courses to civil- 
ians on and off campus. 

The Munich campus gives the children of military 
personnel on opportunity to get two years of col- 
lege study in a foreign country. Education-minded 
servicemen of all ranks and ages attend classes, 
often taught by Ph.D.'s, on a multitude of Air Force 
bases and Army posts. Career officers, if they stay 
with Maryland, aim for degrees in general studies. 
Those who leave the service transfer their fully 
accredited course credits to other colleges. 

And it is not uncommon to find career military 
men who finally reach their life-long goal -a college 
diploma-after studying for lOor 15 years. Take, for 
instance, the example of Commander Ralph L. Moore, 
now of Hollywood, Md. It took him 24 years of on and 
off work to get his degree from Maryland. And when 
he got it he was stationed in Iceland; and Dean 
Ehrensberger hopped a plane to confer a degree on 
the base's sole graduate. As the Dean told a Wash- 
ington Post reporter, "I decided that if he could 
spend 24 years getting this degree, I could travel 
2,600 miles to confer it on him." 

The story of University College has furnished 
notional journals with material about the unique 
global scope of Maryland's classrooms. Washing- 
ton papers hove done stories on it too. But the big 
story came in 1 965 when the Reader's Digest brought 
UC national recognition for its service to the world. 




Dean Ray Ehrensberger 




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Alpha Lambda Delta- 
freshman women's 
honorary 




Seated: E. Rusinko-V.P., V. Lance- Pres. Seated: L. Kaufman, B. Feinglass. Not Pictured: C. Merson 
-Sec, S. Loube-Treas.,C. McAuliffe. 



Diadem— junior women 



1. J. Gehringer-Sec, 2. G. Capozzalo-Pres., 3. L. Reichel, 4. L. Schaub, 5. P. Katz, 
6. L. Thompson, 7. M. Jager, 8. B. Brown, 9. D. Yingling, 10. M. Williams, 11. K. 
Walsh, 12. M. Wolfe, 13. S. Geyer, 14. C. Walker, 15. J. Knox. 






1. E. Grimes, 2. D. Proser-Pres., 3. L. Monisera, 4. R. Brown, 5. S 
Clydesdale, 9. L. Hertzlich, 10. K. Daley. 



Lindbeck, 6. H. Shulmon, 7. M. Bryant, 8. B. 



Mu Delta— national residence hall 




Phi Eta Sigma— 

freshman men's honorary 

1. D. Gorelick,2. R. Deutsch, 3. R. Gill, 4. G. Duvall-Sec, 5. M. Leavey- 
Treos,, 6. A. Vinitsky-VP., 7. B. Arsenoff-Pres., 8. J. Tilberberg, 9. H. 
Byrd, 10. E. Shefrin, 11. F.Walker, 12. P. Boyd, 13. J. Miller, 14. K. Wort- 
man, 1 5. P. Vial, 1 6. D. Hatfield, 1 7. H. Farrar, 1 8. S. Shapiro, 1 9. H. Walk- 
up, 20. W. Leader, 21. C. Sherman, 22. S. Adier, 23. J. Ackerman, 24. T. 
Hill, 25. R. Marks, 26. M. Potter, 27. C. Federman, 28. S. Arkin, 29. B. 
Stanley, 30. P. Bernstein, 31. R. Rosenfeld, 32. R. Fullen, 33. A. Kirchner, 
34. S. Metzner, 35. W. Herbert. 




Mortar Board 



Marjorie Litwin- 
President 

Joan Edwards- 
Vice President 

Rosolie Miller- 
Secretary 

Dora Light- 
Treasurer 



Lynn Bladen 
Rosemary Brown 
Deboroh Case! 
Laura Foer 



Barbara Kreisman 
Susan Leviton 
Diane Lynn 
Donna Jo Newcomb 



Julie Pierce 
Caroline Steele 
CecileSzofir 
Eileen Woytowitz 




Not Pictured: Elizabeth Abbey, Susan Cerveny, Barbara Newman 



156 Colleges/honoraries 





Omicron Delta Kappa 



Ira R. Allen 
George Ronald Ames 
Thomas Scott Basham 
James Ellsworth Beck 
Paul Allen Beighley 
Avind Bonde 
Giancarlo Brandon! 
Paul Buckley 
Dennis Rudolf Bunty 
Barry I. Cantor 
Jerome Ceppos 
Stanley A. Coburn 
John Randall Cournoyer 
Myron A. Dutterer 
Michael Richard Eddy 
Roy Lionel Eskow 



Jerome A. Fleischer 
Edwin R. Fry 
Ralph Bruce Glickman 
Michael Sheldon Gold 
Jerry Robert Goldstein 
Jon Rondolph Green 
Roger Elliott Hitcher 
William Martin Hunt 
Jeffrey M. Isner 
Charles M. Joffe 
William Ernest Jones 
Russell David Korpook 
William A. Landes 
Lowerence Louis Lehmann 
Max J. Levine 
Steven William McGrath 




Thomas Miller Milroy 
William Scott Moores 
Stephen W. Parks 
Thomas A. Pavlinic 
Wayne Pawlowski 
Ronald E. Pearson 
Carl E. Rabovsky 
Robert E. Ritter 
Harvey Joy Shulman 
Charles Alan Schneidermon 
David Edgar Starnes 
Jeffrey W. Valentine 
Steven VanGrack 
Larry Edward Walker 
David Werchen 
A. Steven Wolf 



Phi Kappa Phi 



Phi Kappa Phi, academic honorary founded in 1 897 at the University 
of Maine, selects its members from all fields of University study v^^ith 
recognition and encouragement of superior scholarship as its purpose. 
The society strives to fulfill its mottO: "The love of learning rules the 
world." 

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

This semester 239 students were inducted in the chapter at the 
University. 



Nancy Leigh Adoms 
G. Ronald Ames 
Marlene H. Ashendorf 
ArleneC. Bakala 
Jeffrey Eugene Beach 
James Ellsworth Beck 
Marlene D. Beckman 
Paul Allen Beughley 
Georgia E. Bell 
Priscille Lea Bennetta 
Burton C. Bice 
Marsha Ellen Bisker 
Lynn Marie Bladen 
Carolyn Seller Blasdel 
Ava Rachelle Bloom 
Ira T. Bloom 
Jeffrey Clark Blum 
Marianne Bortner 
Charles Edward Brady 
Anita Marilyn Brown 
Marilyn Elizabeth Budd 
Kathryn Helen Buonagurio 
Phyllis Ann Burbrink 
John Henry Call, III 
Barry I. Cantor 
Cornelius J. Carmody 
Robert Glenn Castile 
Charles Robert Clark 
R. William Clarke 
Paul Gilbert Eli Clemens 
Linda Lou Gloyd 
Stanley Aron Coburn 
Alice Susan Cohen 
Paula Ellen Cohen 
Judith Foncey Coleman 
Ruby llene Compton 
Timothy John Consroe 
Sue Ellen Corkran 
Edmund Coulson 
Nona Mae Coulter 
Joanne F. Cranford 
Jill Irene Curran 
Carolee LaRochelle Dane 
James Dale Davidson 
Rhonalee Davis 
Margaret T. Delwiche 
Irene M. Drescher 
John Brooke Duvall, III 
Vivien Ruth Edelman 
Joan Lynne Edwards 
Carol Ergenbright 
John Edward Estep 
Grace E. Evans 
Hayward Farrar 
Duane Marie Faxon 
Borbara Anne Feller 
Betty June Fielden 
Bette Sue Hill 
Marianne T. Hill 



Roger Elliott Hitchner 
Robert J. Hoage 
Louise E. Hoch 
Joan Nelson Hook 
Barbara Ann Horowitz 
Joseph Lorry Horowitz 
Susan Rhoda Horowitz 
Jacqueline Adair House 
Donald G. Housley, Jr. 
James William Howard 
Janet Louise Hull 
Edwin Ihrig, Jr. 
Geroldine Shaffer Imbriale 
Jeffrey Michael Isner 
Edgar G. Jacques, II 
Charles Michael Jaffe 
Dorothy Annette Jenkins 
Douglas Michael Johnson 
Rene M. Johnson 
Robert Douglas Jones 
Robin Rae Jones 
Johnnie Sue Jordan 
Murray A. Kalish 
Joanne F. Kane 
George Harry Kaplan 
Susan M. Kauffmon 
Christopher Keegan 
Patricia Anne Keenon 
Barbara E. Fisher 
Laura Diane Foer 
Albert A. Folop 
Geroldine B. Forman 
Thomas Benton Fowler 
Eleanor V. Frank 
Larry Edward Funk 
Marcio Ann Geiger 
Louis Geller 
Susan P. Geyer 
Steven H. Glasser 
Stephen Michael Gleoson 
John Joseph Gluch, Jr. 
Dale S. Goldberg 
Marsha R. Goldman 
Dennis M. Goodman 
Morjorie Lee Gray 
William Clark Gray 
Jon Randolph Green 
Gory Alexander Grelli 
Barbara Janice Groom 
James Edward Grumboch, Jr. 
Carol Ann Guy 
Sondra Harons 
Susan Elizabeth Hardy 
Rosemary Ptaky Heher 
Carole Ann Hein 
Samuel C. Herrin, Jr. 
Dennis R. Hewitt 
Anne L. Keiley 
Susan H. Kessler 



Erich Kim 

Patricia Rathbun Kinord 
Carol Jeane King 
Frederick Knoop, Jr. 
Martha I. Krueger 
Lorry F. Lowton 
Koon Show Lee 
Roberta S. Leibowitz 
Susan Paula Leviton 
Patricio Gobbett Levno 
Bernard Anthony Li 
Louise L. Liang 
Jock 8. Lieblein 
Dora R. Light 
Judith Ann Light 
Morjorie Susan Litwin 
Gary W. Lonergan 
Patricio A. Long 
Susan Lou Tucson 
Sherry True Moder 
Eileen C. Moger 
Nancy Catherine Malcomson 
Joanne Marie Monbretti 
Dennis Richard Monchen 
Ellen M. Morkman 
Beverly Cory Mayne 
Vincent F. McCormack, Jr. 
George Merriom McVeigh, Jr. 
Carolyn M. Meier 
Theodore John Michaiek 
Margaret Bell Miles 
Paula Rachel Miller 
Rosalie Mae Miller 
Diane M. Mohr 
Jennie Ann Moore 
Frances Jane Moron 
William Robert Morey 
Brian Michael Morrissey 
Alexa Carpenter Moscardelli 
Christine Mueller 
Emmett L. Murphy ' 
Jonna Lynn Naylor 
Eileen A. Newburger 
Lois Tamo Nitzberg 
Patricia E. O'Brien 
Lynette Jean Poarmann 
John Savvos Pantelides 
Carl Raymond Parsons 
Carol Mae Poulick 
Margaret Lee Perron 
Jane S. Peters 
Elizabeth A. Pittord 
Rona S. Polovoy 
Frances Porton 
Paul A. Proria 
Spencer William Purdum 
Joseph A. Reinhardt 
Rita Lynne Remsberg 
Philip C. Rice, Jr. 



Michael H. Richmond 
John Edward Robinson 
William G. Roscher 
Donald C. Runoldue 
Joseph Carl Ruth 
Richard C. Sochlis 
Susan Sand 
Rolene A. Schnider 
Soul Schnidermon 
Joanne H. Schwartz 
Gregory Howard Sears 
Lorry Elliot Shapiro 
Morcy Ellen Shoyne 
Warren C. Shipp 
Elizabeth Wheeler 
Barbara P. Shulman 
Harvey J. Shulman 
Sharon Louise Simmons 
Michele Slonim 
Linda Marie Smith 
Charles Alan Sneiderman 
Dorothy Lee Snoops 
Barbara Melonie Sobel 
Susan M. Solie 
Morybeth Sorody 
Mary Ann Sourwine 
Roy A. Sparks 
Ronold Edward Sweeney 
Cecile Rachele Szafir 
Alfred Joseph Szczerbicki 
John Huddleston Tockett, 
Bernice R. Tonnenbaum 
Kathleen J. Thomas 
Barbara Gale Thorne 
Harriet Jane Tindle 
Nora Tocun 

Cherie Miriam Tompokov 
Charles Kenneth Trovers, 
Foteni Tzonis 
Koryn Lynn Vice 
Cormeline A. Violette 
Modelon Ann Visintainer 
Rachel Wosser 
Howard S. Weber 
Mary Elizabeth Weirich 
Walter C. West, Jr. 
Carol Barbara Westreich 
Donna Page Whitoker 
Patricio Marie White 
Mary Keziah Whitehill 
Lynda Anne Whitlow 
Barbaro Ann Wilk 
David L. Sinslow 
Linda A. Wishard 
Barbara Wolkstein 
Kenneth Neil Wortman 
Nancy D. Wright 
Susan Gronet Yocco 
Ruthellen Beller Yoshpe 
Lynn M. Zopolski 



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Who's Who 




In order to be selected as o candidate for membership in Who's 
Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities, a student 
must be an outstanding leader, scholar, participant in both educa- 
tional and extracurricular activities, and citizen. 

To be chosen for this honor a student is first recommended by the 
University and is then voted on by the national organization. 



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William Sherman Allen 
G. Ronals Ames 
Margaret Jo Bryant 
Paul A. Buckley 
Kathleen Grace Burke 
Stanley Aron Coburn 
George Gene Dunsten 
Myron Alvin Dutterer 
Joan Lynne Edwards 
Vincent Raymond Ferraro? 
Jerome Aaron Fleischer 
Edwin Ransome Fry 
Karen Ann Hansen 
Carole Louise Hock 




Richard Neil Lamb 
Linda Ann Lawson 
Susan P. Leviton 
Dora R. Light 
Marjorie Susan Litwin 
Rosalie Mae Miller 
Gerald A. Moneypenny 
Evangeline I. Pelecanos 
Marjorie A. Rubin 
Barbara Paula Shulman 
Harvey Jay Shulman 
James Douglas Sonneborn 
Jerome M. Ceppos 



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AARON, CHARLES D. 

Engineering Baltimore 

ABRAHAM, MARGO 

Education Silver Spring 

ABRAMOWITZ, HELEN 

Educotion Baltimore 

ABRAMS, ALBERT 

Arts ond Sciences Silver Spring 

ABRAMS, LESLIE 

Educotion Chevy Chose 

ABRAMSONJUDY 

Education Baltimore 

ABRAMSON, SHELDON 

Arts and Sciences New York 

ACKERMAN, PATRICIA 

Home Economics Cockeysville 

ADKINS, PATRICIA 

Physical Education Adelphi 

AHEARN,ANNE 

Arts ond Sciences Silver Spring 

ALBERSHEIM, STEVEN 

Business ond Public Administration Boltimore 

ALBERT, PAMELA 

Educotion Bethesda 

ALBRECHT, WILLIAM 

Arts and Sciences Hyottsville 

ALCORN, JOY 

Education College Pork 

ALCOTT, LYNNE 

Arts and Sciences Pasadena 

ALDRICH, RUSSELL MURRAY, JR. 

Business ond Public Administration Boltimore 

ALLAN, JAMES 

Industrial Education College Pork 

ALLEN, GORDON 

Arts and Sciences New Carrollton 

ALLEN, IRA 

Business and Public Administration Silver Spring 

ALLEN, THOMAS L. 

Arts and Sciences Hyattsville 

ALLENDER, DAVID 

Arts and Sciences Baltimore 

ALTIMONT, PATRICIA 

Arts and Sciences Silver Spring 

AMBERSON, JULIETTE 

Arts and Sciences Silver Spring 

AMERNICK, STANLEY 

Arts and Sciences Baltimore 

AMES, RONALD G. 

Aeronoutical Engineering Silver Spring 

ANDERSON, PHILLIP 

Arts ond Sciences Ellicott City 

ANDERSON, ROBERT 

Arts ond Sciences Ohio 

ANDREJACK, CAROLYN 

Arts ond Sciences New Jersey 

ANDREOLI, NANCY 

Arts and Sciences Edgewood Arsenal 

ANGELINI,SAMUELJ.,JR. 

Education Boltimore 

ANTHONY, EDWIN 

Business ond Public Administrotion Oxen Hill 

ANTON, WILLIAM 

Engineering Adelphi 

ARCHER, JOHN 

Business and Public Administration Baltimore 

ARCHER, ROBERT H., Ill 

Arts and Sciences Bel Air 

ARCHIBALD, THOMAS 

Engineering Greenbelt 

ARENDES.ANN 

Arts and Sciences Suitlond 

ARENDS, WILLIAM 

Arts ond Sciences Silver Spring 

ARMSTRONG, JOHN T., Ill 

Arts and Sciences Havre de Groce 

ARNOLD, JAMES 

Recreation Edgewoter 

ARNOLD, LINDA 

Arts ond Sciences West Hyottsville 




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ARON, ARTHUR 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


ASCHENBRENNER, ROBERT 




Agriculture 


Baltimore 


ASERKOFF, ROBERT 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


ASKIN, SANFORD 




Business and Public Administrotion 


Baltimore 


AUCREMANNE, JEANNE 




Educotion 


Rockville 


AUGE, JORG 




Education 


Lutherville 


AUKWARD, DEIDRE 




Arts ond Sciences 


Hew Carrollton 


AUMACK, KENNETH 




Business and Public Administration 


Rumson, N.J. 


AUSTIN, JAMES 




Business and Public Administroticm 


Bethesda 


AVALOS, HENRY 




Business ond Public Administration 


Tampa, Pla. 


AVERY, JOHN 




Physical Education 


Youngstown, Ohio 


AYARS, MAURICE W. 




Business and Public Administration 


Laurel 


AYER, JANE 




Arts ond Sciences 


Washington, D.C. 


BABA, SUSAN 




Education 


Silver Spring 


BABKOFF, HYNDA 




Arts and Sciences 


Boltimore 


BABST, RICHARD 




Arts and Sciences 


New Corrollton 


BACH, WILLIAM 




Business and Public Administrotion 


Larchmont, N.Y. 


BACHRACH, BURTON 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


BACON, JULIE 




Education 


Port Washington, N.Y, 


BADEN, BARBARA 




Arts and Sciences 


Hyattsville 


BAER, LINDA E. 




Physical Education 


Hyattsville 


BAER, MICHAEL 




Engineering 


Bowie 


BAILEY, EDWARD 




Arts and Sciences 


Barton 


BAINBRIDGE, KATHLEEN 




Educotion 


Suitland 


BAKALA, ARLENE 




Arts and Sciences 


Adelphi 


BAKER, DAVID 




Education 


Beltsville 


BAKER, JO 




Physical Educotion 


Silver Spring 


BAKER, LEWIS 




Engineering 


Baltimore 


BAKER, NEIL 




Arts and Sciences 


New Jersey 


BALDWIN, DENNIS 




Physicol Education 


Towson Park 


BALDWIN, DWIGHT 




Education 


College Pork 


BALLEW, DAVID 




Business and Public Administration 


Hyattsville 


BALUTA, CAROLE A. 




Education 


Bethesda 


BANISTER, SAMUEL 




Business and Public Administration 


Baltimore 


BANNIGAN, MICHAEL T. 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


BARBER, JOANNE 




Education 


Rockville 


BARI, GINA 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


BARNES, KENNETH 




Arts ond Sciences 


Hyattsville 


BARNETTE, ALANA 




Education 


Derwood 


BARR, DAVID 




Business ond Public Administration 


Bladensburg 



Seniors 163 



BARR, JOAN 




Education 


Lutherville 


BARRON, JEFF 




Arts and Sciences 


College Park 


BARTH, MARKUS 




Arts and Sciences 


Richmond, Vo. 


BARTOS, RICHARD 




Physical Education 


Boltimore 


BASS, GERALD 




Business and Public Administrotion 


Silver Spring 


BASSFORD, STEPHEN 




Business and Public Administrotion 


Accokeek 


BASSUK, JEFFREY 




Engineering 


Baltimore 


BATEMAN, JANET 




Education 


Boltimore 


BATEMAN, SHARON 




Education 


Bethesdo 


BATH, DONNA 




Arts and Sciences 


Beltsville 


BATHGATE, CLARENCE 




Business and Public Administration 


Linthicum 


BAUCOM, THOMAS 




Arts ond Sciences 


Frostburg 


BAUER, WILLIAM 




Engineering 


Boltimore 


BAUM, FRANCES 




Education 


Baltimore 


BAUMANN, KAREN 




Education 


College Pork 


BEALL, LINDA 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


BEALL, MILDRED 




Educotion 


Davidsonville 


BEAN, JOHN 




Arts ond Sciences 


Kensington 


BEARD, JOSEPH HOWARD III 




Arts ond Sciences 


Annopolis 


BEASLEY, BETTE L. 




Education 


Hyattsville 


BEASLEY, VICTOR 




Arts and Sciences 


Tokomo Park 


BEASTON, JAMES 




Education 


College Pork 


BEASTON, NANCY 




Arts ond Sciences 


Annopolis 


BEATTIE, STEVEN 




Engineering 


Washington, D.C. 


BEBER, SANDRA 




Arts and Sciences 


College Park 


BECHTOLD, DON 




Engineering 


Long Branch, N.J. 


BECK, CAROL 




Educotion 


Bladensburg 


BECK, JAMES 




Engineering 


Hagerstown 


BECK, JANE 




Education 


Baltimore 


BECK, THOMAS 




Art<i and Sciences 


Owings Mills 


BECKER, LAURENCE 




Business and Public Administration 


Silver Spring 


BECKMAN, MARLENE 




Arts and Sciences 


Greenbelt 


BEEBE, JOAN 




Education 


Kensington 


BEHRENS, KENNETH G. 




Engineering 


College Park 


BEIGHLEY, PAUL 




Arts and Sciences 


Alexandria, Vo, 


BELL, JANE 




Education 


Baltimore 


BELL, JOHN R. 




Engineering 


McLean, Vo. 


BELL, PHILLIP 




Arts and Sciences 


College Park 


BELL, THOMAS 




Ai-fs and Sciences 


College Pork 


BELL, THOMAS J. 




Arts and Sciences 


Boltimore 




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BELLAFIORE, JUDITH 




Educotion 


Washington. D.C. 


BENCHOFF, LARRY 




Business and Public Administration 


Sobillasville 


BENDER, JOHN 




Engineering 


Aberdeen 


BENEDICT, JOHN 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


BENESCH, ANTHONY 




Arts and Sciences 


Boltimore 


BENISEK, OSCAR 




Engineering 


Belcamp 


BENJAMIN, STEVEN 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


BENNETT, CHARLENE 




Arts ond Sciences 


Bel Air 


BENTER, DON 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


BERAN, JOSEPH 




Chemical Engineering 


Baltimore 


BERENSON, STEPHEN 




Business and Public Administration 


Baltimore 


BERGER, ERNEST 




Arts and Sciences 


Crofton 


BERGER, JOEL 




Arts ond Sciences 


Boltimore 


BERKOW, RICHARD 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


BERES, EDMUND 




Engineering 


Baltimore 


BERGLOWE, S.R. 




Mechonical Engmeering 


Boltimore 


BERKELEY, SANDRA 




Arts and Sciences 


Takomo Park 


BERLIN, MICHELE 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


BERMAN, FREDRIC 




Arts and Sciences 


Chevy Chase 


BERRY, GERALDINE 




Home Economics 


Hyottsville 


BERRY, SANDRA 




Home Economics 


Boltimore 


BERTHIAUME, WILLIAM 




Arts and Sciences 


Oxon Hill 


BERTLING, DONALD 




Engineering 


Baltimore 


BESSIO, HENRY 




Business ond Public Administration 


Hyattsvilte 


BETAHARON, KHODADAD 




Engineering 


Tehron, Iron 


BETHEA, WAYNE 




Engineering 


Hyottsville 


BEZOS, ANGEL 




Engineering 


Hyottsville 


BIERITZ, DAVID 




Business and Public Administration 


Yorkville, III. 


BILDSTEIN, DONNA 




Elementary Education 


Chill urn 


BILECKY, JANICE 




Electrical Engineering 


Silver Spring 


BIRCH, ARTHUR 




Business and Public Administration 


Silver Spring 


BIRKS, FREDERICK 




Arts and Sciences 


Bethesda 


BISCHOFF, JOHN 




Arts and Sciences 


Corney's Point, N.J. 


BISHOP, JAMES 




Arts and Sciences 


Combridge 


BISKER, RICHARD 




Mechanical Engineering 


Salisbury 


BITENCOURT, ALVARU 




Agriculture 


Brozil 


BITTINGER, ORVAL 




Arts ond Sciences 


Baltimore 


BLACK, BARRY 




Engineering 


AAonchester 


BLACKISTON, PAUL 




Education 


Boltimore 


BLACKISTONE, MORRIS 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 



Seniors 165 



BLADEN, LYNN 




Home Economics 


Beltsville 


BLAIR, ELLEN 




Arts ond Sciences 


Virginia Beach, Va. 


BLAIR, MICHAEL 




Arts and Sciences 


Rondallstown 


BLAIR, ROBERT 




Physical Education 


Londover 


BLAKE, JEFFREY 




Arts and Sciences 


Simpsonville 


BLANAR, CAROL 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


BLAND, LINDA 




Arts and Sciences 


Hyattsville 


BLANDFORD, CLYDE 




Business ond Public Administration 


Accokeek 


BLASEWITZ, ROBERT 




Engineering 


Beltsville 


BLAUSTEIN, SUSAN 




Education 


Takoma Park 


BLEICHER, HARVY 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


BLEIL KATHERINE 




Home Economics 


Silver Spring 


BLISCHE, CHUCK 




Business and Public Administration 


Boltimore 


BLIVEN, VIRGINIA 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


BLOND, DAVID 




Arts and Sciences 


Takoma Pork 


3L00M, HARRY 




Business and Public Administration 


Silver Spring 


BLOXOM, RICHARD 




Business and Public Administration 


Poocomoke 


BLUEFELD, HONEY 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


BLUM, BETTY 




Education 


Greenbelt 


BLUM, JEFFERY 




Arts and Sciences 


Bowie 


BLUM, LINDA H. 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


BLUMENFELD, DEBORAH 




Educotion 


Ellicott City 


BLYTHE, JEAN 




Education 


Shervi/ood Forest 


BEDNER, PAUL S. 




Physical Education 


Hackensock, N.J. 


BOGERT, DONALD 




Engineering 


Baltimore 


BOISVERT, PAMELA 




Recreotion 


Silver Spring 


BOND, ERNEST 




Engineering 


Annapolis 


BONDE, AVIND 




Education 


Redwood City 


BONDY, BEVERLY 




Education 


Baltimore 


BOOKER, ROBERT 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


BOOSE, DAVID 




Business and Public Administrotion 


Rockville 


BOROWICZ, LOUIS, JR. 




Enoineering 


Baltimore 


BOROWSKY, CATHERINE 




Education 


Wheaton 


BOSECK, KATHY 




Education 


Hyattsville 


BOSSIN, RICHARD 




Arts and Sciences 


Chevy Chose 


BOUNDFORD, BARBARA 




Physicol Educotion 


Adelphi 


BOWDEN, GEORGE S. 




Arts ond Sciences 


Hogerstown 


BOWLER, GALE 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


BOWMAN, FRANK J., JR. 




Mechanical Engineering 


Baltimore 


BOYARS, HENRY 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 




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BOYCE, MARY 




Education 


Forest Heights 


BOYD, ANNE 




Education 


Catonsville 


BOYER, KENNETH 




Arts and Sciences 


Clarksville 


BOYLE, EVELYN 




Education 


Adelphi 


BRADFIELD, DONALD 




Arts and Sciences 


Cumberland 


BRADSTREET, FREDERICK 




Arts and Sciences 


North Haven, Conn. 


BRAGER, PAUL 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


BRAININ, URI 




Business and Public Administration 


Israel 


BRANDENBURG, PHILIP 




Arts and Sciences 


Smithsburg 


BRANHAM, DOUGLAS 




Engineering 


College Park 


BRANNOCK, PEGGY 




Arts and Sciences 


Takoma Park 


BRAUN, DEBORAH 




Education 


Bethesda 


BRAUNSTEIN, BINNIE 




Arts and Sciences 


Boltimore 


BRAUNSTEIN, ROBERT 




Arts and Sciences 


Washington, D.C. 


BRECHBIEL, RICHARD 




Arts and Sciences 


Hogerstown 


BREITERMAN, CHARLES 




Arts and Sciences 


Greenbelt 


BREMERMAN, CATHLEEN 




Business and Public Administration 


Hyottsville 


BRENNAN, ANITA 




Arts and Sciences 


Oxon Hill 


BRENNAN, MICHAEL 




Engineering 


Suitland 


BREWSTER, CLAUDIA 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


BRIER, BARBARA 




Business and Public Administration 


Oxon Hill 


BRIERS, KARL 




Engineering 


Ellicott City 


BRIERS, KENNETH 




Business and Public Administration 


Ellicott City 


BRIGGS, JANN 




Secondary Education 


Bowie 


BRINEGAR, KATHLEEN 




Education 


Edgewood 


BRITT, GLORIA 




Education 


Silver Spring 


BRITTINGHAM, RICHARD 




Business ond Public Administratian 


Salisbury 


BROCK, LARRY 




Business and Public Administrotlon 


LaValle 


BROCK, MICHAEL 




Engineering 


Beltsville 


BROCKSON, WARNER 




Business and Public Administration 


Chestertov^n 


BROGAN, DANIEL 




Engineering 


Syracuse, N.Y. 


BROMBERG, AL 




Arts ond Sciences 


Chesopeake, Vo. 


BROOKMAN, MARTHA 




Elementary Educatian 


Bethesdo 


BROOKS, BELLE 




Education 


Annapolis 


BROOKS, SUSAN 




Education 


Riverdale 


BROSNIHAN, NANCY 




Educotion 


College Park 


BROWN, ALLEN 




Engineering 


Baltimore 


BROWN, BARBARA 




Education 


Greenbelt 


BROWN, BARBARA 




Art Educotion 


Baltimore 


BROWN, EILEEN 




Education 


Baltimore 



167 



BROWN, LAWRENCE 




Business ond Public Administrotion 


Moorestown, NJ. 


BROWN, MARCELLA 




Arts and Sciences 


Boltimore 


BROWN, MARTIN 




Arts and Sciences 


Boltimore 


BROWN, PATRICIA 




Educotion 


Forest Heights 


BROWN, ROBERT 




Mechanical Engineering 


Baltimore 


BROWN, ROSEMARY 




Education 


Danbury, Conn. 


BROWN, SANDRA 




Education 


Silver Spring 


BROWN, STEPHEN 




Arts and Sciences 


Bethesdo 


BROWN, SUSAN 




Education 


Bethesdo 


BROWN, SUSAN 




Heoltti Educotion 


Silver Spring 


BROWN, THOMAS 




Business and Public Administration 


Silver Spring 


BROWN, TIMOTHY 




Educotion 


Dundalk 


BROWN, VIRGINIA 




Education 


Hyattsville 


BROWN, WARNER 




Arts ond Sciences 


Baltimore 


BROWNING, JANICE 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


BRUMFIELD, DAVID H. 




Business and Public Administrotion 


Silver Spring 


BRUNS, JANET 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


BRUSSELL, MARLENE 




Education 


Silver Spring 


BRYANT, MARGARET 




Education 


Silver Spring 


BRYANT, TIMOTHY 




Engineering 


Silver Spring 


BRYER, MARGOT 




Home Economics 


Seobrook 


BRYTE, KLEMENTYNA L. 




Education 


Westminster 


BRZOSTOWSKI, ARTHUR H. 




Physicol Education 


Boyonne, N.J. 


BUCHLER, MILTON II 




Engineering 


Silver Spring 


BUCKINGHAM, GARY 




Educotion 


Beltsville 


BUCKLEY, RAYMOND 




Arts and Sciences 


Trenton, N.J. 


BUCKLEY, RUTH 




Education 


Beltsville 


BUGEL, TONI 




Arts and Sciences 


College Pork 


BULAWKA, BOHDAN 




Engineering 


Baltimore 


BULLINGER, HOWARD 




Business and Public Administration 


Baltimore 


BUONAGURIO, KATHRYN 




Education 


Wheoton 


BURBRINK, PHYLIS 




Home Economics 


Rockville 


BURDETTE,JOHN 




Business ond Public Administration 


Clorksburg 


BURGER, PATRICIA 




Home Economics 


Frederick 


BURKE, JOHN M. 




Business ond Public Administration 


Potomac 


BURKE, KATHY 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


BURKE, KENNETH M. 




Arts and Sciences 


Goithersburg 


BURKE, STEWART L. 




Arts ond Sciences 


Hyottsville 


BURLESON, KATHLEEN 




Education 


Baltimore 


BURNS, JUDITH 




Educotion 


Glen Burnie 


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BURROUGHS, PAULA 




Education 


Lonham 


BURSTINER, LAURA 




Educotion 


Greenbelt 


BURTON, CRAIG R. 




Business and Public Administration 


Belhesdo 


BURTON, LEONARD IV 




Business and Public Administrotion 


Arnold 


BURTON, SHARON 




Home Economics 


Glen Arm 


BUTLER, JOHN 




Engineering 


Greenbelt 


CADELL, DIANE 




Business ond Public Administration 


Hyottsuille 


CAHNMANN, CATHERINE 




Educotion 


Bethesdo 


CAIN, IRENE 




Educotion 


Baltimore 


CALDWELL, WILLIAM 




Business and Public Administration 


Baltimore 


CALL, JOHN 




Arts and Sciences 


Potomac 


CALLAHAN, CATHERINE 




Business and Public Administration 


Bethesdo 


CALLAHAN, KATHERINE 




Education 


Luttierville 


CALLAHAN, PAUL 




Physical Education 


Baltimore 


CALLENDER, HOWARD 




Engineering 


Baltimore 


CALPIN, JANET 




Agriculture 


Hyattsville 


CAMERON, BRUCE 




Arts ond Sciences 


Washington, D.C. 


CAMPBELL, BARBARA 




Home Economics 


Washington, D.C. 


CAMPBELL, LINUS 




Business and Public Administrotion 


Boyonne, N.J. 


CAMPI, MICHAEL 




Arts ond Sciences 


Hyattsville 


CANAVAN, KATHRYN 




Education 


Silver Spring 


CANTALES, CHARLES 




Business and Public Administration 


Baltimore 


CANTER, ANN 




Arts and Sciences 


Boltimore 


CAPLAN, DIANE 




Educotion 


Baltimore 


CAPLAN, MARLA 




Eorly Childhood Education 


Lutherville 


CAPONITI, ELAINE 




Business and Public Administration 


Silver Spring 


CAREY, CHARLES 




Engineering 


Hyattsville 


CAREY, MARY ALICE 




Home Economics 


Silver Spring 


CARLIN, ARLENE 




Education 


College Pork 


CARLIN, JAMES ' 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


CARLETON, GUY 




Business and Public Administration 


Silver Spring 


CARLSON, ROBERT 




Business and Public Administration 


Bethesdo 


CARMACK, CAROLYN 




Arts and Sciences 


Hyattsville 


CARMODY, CORNELIUS 




Arts and Sciences 


Hyattsville 


CARP, MARK 




Business and Public Administration 


Hyattsville 


CARREIRA, NANCY 




Arts ond Sciences 


Baltimore 


CARRERA, ALINA 




Business and Public Administrorion 


Baltimore 


CARRICK, EDITH 




Business and Public Administration 


Baltimore 


CARROLL, DIANE 




Arts and Sciences 


Peach Bottom, Po. 


CARSON, WAYNE 




Engineermg 


BurKe, Vo. 



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CASEL, DEBORAH 

Arts and Sciences 

CASSELL, JOAN 

Education 

CASTERLINE, JOSEPH 

Business and Public Administration 

CATTERTON, CHARLES 

Business and Public Administration 

CEARFOSS, DAVID 

Education 

CENTINEO, ANN 

Home Economics 

CENTOFANTI, BRYANT 

Engineering 

CHAFFINCH, SUSAN 

Arts ond Sciences 

CHANDLER, ROUTH 

Education 

CHANEY, FRANCIS 

Engineering 

CHAO, THEODORE 

Business and Public Administration 

CHELTON, WILLIAM 

Arts ond Sciences 

CHEMEK, ZIP 

Business ond Public Administration 

CHERVENAK, ALVERDIA 

Elementary Education 

CHEUNG, AUGUSTINE 

Engineering 

CHEVALIER, SHARON 

Education 

CHIANTESE, NICHOLAS 

Arts and Sciences 

CHIDECKER, KOBERT 

Arts ond Sciences 

CHILDS, ROBERT 

Business and Public Administration 

CHIRIELEISON, JOSEPH 

Engineering 

CHOATE, DONALD 

Business and Public Administration 

CHOVAN, MERRY 

Arts ond Sciences 

CHRISTENSEN, MARTHA 

Education 

CHRISTMAN, BARBARA 

Education 

CHRISTOPHER, SUSANNE 

Education 

CHURCHILL, DAVID 

Arts ond Sciences 

CHWIRUT, DANIEL 

Engineering 

CICERO, RUSSELL 

Arts and Sciences 

CIERNIAK, PATRICIA 

Business and Public Administration 

CIEStELSKI, FRANCES 

Education 

CINTRON, NANCY 

Arts and Sciences 

CIVJAN, RALPH 
Arts ond Sciences 

CLANCY, MAUREEN 

Business and Public Administration 

CLARK, CHARLES 

Arts and Sciences 

CLARK, JAN 

Home Economics 

CLARK, LINDA 

Business and Public Administration 

CLARK, LLOYD 

Physics 

CLARK, PATRICIA 

Education 

CLARKE. PHYLISS 

Business and Public Administration 

ClINE, MARTHA 

Education 



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Taneytown 
Hyattsville 

Hyottsville 
Baltimore 
Baltimore 
Baltimore 
Denton 
Faulltner 
Riverdole 
Hyattsville 
Hyattsville 
Baltimore 
OxonHill 
Hong Kong 
Soyreville 
Trenton, NJ. 
Baltimore 
Greenbelt 
Hillcrest 
Baltimore 
Clinton 
Tow/son 
Goithersburg 
Bel Air 
Riverdole 
Kensington 
Miami, Flo. 
Baltimore 
Baltimore 
Aberdeen 
Silver Spring 
Wheaton 
Riverdole 
Westminister 
Leonardtown 
Edgewater 
Odenton 
Hyattsville 
Frederick 



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CLINE, ROBERT 




Business and Public Administrotion 


Severna Park 


CLOGG, DAVID 




Business and Public Administration 


West Hyattsville 


CLOWSER, JUDY 




Arts and Sciences 


Hagerstown 


CLYDESDALE, BONNIE 




Education 


Rockville 


COBURN, C. GREGORY 




Arts and Sciences 


Adelphi 


COBURN, ELLSWORTH 1. 




Business and Public Administration 


Hanover 


COBURN, GEORGIA 




Education 


Bryans Rood 


COBURN, STANLEY 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


COCKEY, LOUISE 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


COHEN, ALICE S. 




Education 


Baltimore 


COHEN, BRIAN 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


COHEN, ESTHER E. 




Education 


Baltimore 


COHEN, HARRIET ANN 




Education 


Baltimore 


COHEN, K. MARC 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


COHEN, MARCIA 




Educotion 


Silver Spring 


COHEN, MICHELE 




Education 


Chevy Chase 


COHEN, STEVEN 




Business and Public Administration 


Baltimore 


COHN, SUE-ELLEN 




Education 


Randallstown 


COKER, JUDITH 




Arts ond Sciences 


College Park 


COLE, CHARLES 




Education 


Chestertown 


COLEMAN, MARIE 




Education 


College Park 


COLLIER, RONALD LOUIS 




Business and Public Administration 


Rockville 


COLLINS, HAROLD 




Engineering 


Elkton 


COLLINSON, HAROLD 




Engineering 


Edgewater 


COLLISON, ROBIN 




Arts and Sciences 


Adelphi 


COLSH, LINDA 




Arts and Sciences 


Green belt 


COMBERIATE, CATHERINE MARY 




Arts and Sciences 


Adelphi 


COMBERIATE, MICHAEL 




Engineering 


Adelphi 


COMBS, GERALD F., JR. 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


COMMERFORD, ANN E. 




Education 


Silver Spring 


COMPTON, RUBY 




Business and Public Administrotion 


Silver Spring 


COMUNTZIS, ANGELE 




Arts and Sciences 


Chevy Chase 


CONKLIN, DEBORAH S. 




Arts and Sciences 


College Park 


CONKLIN, NANCY 




Education 


Greenwood Lake, N.Y. 


CONMAN, ROBERT S. 




Business and Public Administration 


Pittsburgh, Po. 


CONNOR, ROBERT 




Business and Public Administration 


Seoford, N.Y. 


CONSROE, TIMOTHY J. 




Engineering 


Siiver Spring 


COOKE, ALFRED A., JR. 




Arts ond Sciences 


Boliimors 


COOPER, DORA 




Education 


Bladensburg 


COOPER, JEFFREY 




Arts ond Sciences 


Tenofly, N.J. 



Seniors ]71 



CORBIN, ARTHUR 




Engineering 


Boltimore 


CORKRAN, SUE 




Education 


Hurlock 


COSNER, DONALD 




Arts ond Sciences 


Baldwin 


COSTANTINOU, DEAN 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


COSTOW, JUDITH 




Education 


Boltinnore 


COULTER, NONA 




Education 


Frederick 


COUTTS, DAVENE 




Education 


Silver Spring 


COVAULT, ROSEMARIE 




Education 


Kensington 


cox, TAZEWELL 




Arts and Sciences 


ivorfolk, Vo. 


CRALEY, PAUL 




Arts ond Sciences 


Silver Spring 


CRAWFORD, JOHN 




Business and Public Administration 


Adelphi 


CREWS, BARBARA 




Arts and Sciences 


Alexandria, Vo. 


CREWS, DAVID 




Arts and Sciences 


West Hyattsville 


CRIBBEN, KATHLEEN 




Education 


Cheverly 


CROCKER, JOHN 




Engineering 


Befhesdo 


CROFT, ELLEN 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


CRONEBERGER,JUNE 




Arts ond Sciences 


Greenbelt 


CROPP, ROWLAND 




Education 


Mount Rainier 


CROSBY, THOMAS H. 




Engineering 


Adelphi 


CROSS, MARGARET-ANNE 




Educotion 


Hillcrest Heights 


CROTTS, R. BRUCE 




Arts and Sciences 


College Pork 


CROWLEY, SUSAN 




Arts ond Sciences 


Washington, D.C. 


CROWLEY, MARGARET 




Home Economics 


Rockville 


CRYSTAL, JAMES 




Business ond Public Administrotion 


Baltimore 


CUFFIE, ROWALD 




Arts ond Sciences 


Baltimore 


CROLL, ROBERT G. 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


CUMBAA, GEORGE 




Business and Public Administrotion 


Timonium 


CUNNIFF, THOMAS B. 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Hill 


CUNNINGHAM, ALEXANDER LEE 




Engineering 


Baltimore 


CURRY, JOHN 




Arts ond Sciences 


Silver Spring 


CURTIS, DANIEL 




Business ond Public Administration 


Greenbelt 


CUSHING, DIANA 




Arts and Sciences 


El Poso, Texos 


CUTTITTA, FRANK 




Arts and Sciences 


Wheoton 


CYPES, DAVID 




Business ond Public Administrotion 


Baltimore 


CZARNECKI, THOMAS 




Engineering 


Philadelphia. Po. 


DALEY, KATHLEEN 




Education 


Alexondrio, Va. 


DALGEWICZ, JANIE 




Education 


Yordlev, Pa. 


DALIS, SIDNEY 




Business and Public Administration 


Greenbelt 


DALBKE, CATHERINE 




Educotion 


Baltimore 


DALLEY, LESLIE 




Arts ond Sciences 


Seobrook 




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DALY, JOHN 




Business and Public Administration 


Hyattsville 


DAMBROSIO, LOUiS 




Business and Public Administration 


Baltimore 


DAMRON, CRAIG 




Business and Public Administration 


University Park 


DANE, CAROLEE 




Arts and Sciences 


Takomo Park 


DANIELS, MARY ROSE 




Arts and Sciences 


Wilmington, Dela. 


DARNEY, SHARON 




Education 


Timonium 


DATRES, SUSAN 




Arts and Sciences 


^ew Kensington, Pa. 


DAVIES, MARSHA 




Education 


Baltimore 


DAVIS, BARBARA 




Educotion 


Towson 


DAVIS, CAROLYN 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


DAVIS, DOROTHY 




Educotion 


Salisbury 


DAVIS, FRANCES 




Arts and Sciences 


Georgetown 


DAVIS, HILLARY 




Arts and Sciences 


Solisbury 


DAVIS, JAMES M. 




Business and Public Administration 


West Hyottsville 


DAVIS, KAREN SUE 




Arts and Sciences 


Polos Verdes, Calif. 


DAVIS, LAWRENCE 




Business and Public Administrotion 


Washington, D.C. 


DAVIS, MARIANA 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


DAVIS, MARILYN 




Elementary Education 


Befhesda 


DAVIS, MARLIN 




Arts and Sciences 


Stote Line, Pa. 


DAVISSON, V^ILMA 




Educotion 


Silver Spring 


DAWES, VIRGINIA 




Home Economics 


Bethesda 


DAWSON, HARRY 




Engineering 


Hillcrest 


DAWSON, LAWRENCE 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


DAWSON, SANDRA 




Education 


Greenbelt 


DAY, CHRISTINE 




Arts and Sciences 


Freelond 


DEAKINS, RAYMOND 




Business ond Public Administration 


Suitland 


DEAN, ARTHUR 




Agriculture 


Glen Arm 


DEAN, JANE 




Home Economics 


Frederick 


DEAN, KERRY 




Arts and Sciences 


Hyattsville 


DEBORD, MARILYN 




Education 


Upper Marlboro 


DEBOY, JOHN 




Arts and Sciences 


EllicottCity 


DACKELBAUM, CAROL 




Education 


Greenbelt 


DECKER, DAVID 




Engineering 


Temple Hills 


DECKERT, EDWIN 




Engineering 


Washington, D.C. 


DECUIR, ROBERT 




Business and Public Administration 


Rockville 


DEDELLA, CHARLENE 




Arts and Sciences 


Iselin, N.J. 


DELAGRANGE, VINCENT 




Business ond Public Administration 


Cumberland 


DELSS, CHARLES 




Engineering 


Baltimore 


DELVECCHIO, FRANK 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


DEMBECK, MARY 




Education 


Boltimore 



Seniors 1 73 



DEMESTIHAS, KATHRINE 




Educofion 


Hyottsville 


DEMPSEY, DAVID 




Arls and Sciences 


Washington, D.C. 


DEPAGNIER, LOUISE 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spnng 


DE RUE, DIANNE 




Home Economics 


Stiver Spring 


DESSEL, BETH 




Arts and Sciences 


Bethesdo 


DEWITT, CATHERINE 




Arts and Sciences 


Riverside, Colif. 


DELANEY, SUSAN 




Arts and Sciences 


Riverdole 


DIANGELO, ANTHONY 




Business and Public Administration 


Boltimore 


DICK, HAROLD 




Arts and Sciences 


Camp Springs 


DICKMAN, CHARLES 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


DICKSON, JEAN 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


DICKTER, LAURENCE 




Education 


Longley Pork 


DIEFFENBACH, THAIR 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


DIEHL, SHARON 




Home Economics 


Bethesdo 


DIFATTA, CHARLES 




Arts ond Sciences 


Linthicum 


DITTMANN, WAYNE 




Agriculture 


Stafford. Vo. 


DIXON, LINDA 




Elementcrv Education 


Baltimore 


DOCKERY, DOUGLAS 




Arts ond Sciences 


Hyottsville 


DODD, JOHN 




Education 


Port Woshington 


DODGE, DAVID 




Business and Public Administration 


Annapolis 


DODGE, ROBERT 




Business and Public Administration 


Biddeford, Me. 


DOERING, GRETA 




Arts ond Sciences 


Linthicum 


DOMANICO, JO 




Education 


Havre de Grace 


DONALDSON, ROBERT 




Business and Public Administration 


Oxon Hill 


DONEGAN, TERRENCE 




Business and Public Administration 


Hogerstown 


DONNELLY, JAMES 




Business and Public Administration 


Lourel 


DONOFRIO, GAY 




Home Economics 


Lanhom 


DONOVAN, KATHLEEN 




Education 


Bethesdo 


DOPKIN, ILENE 




Education 


Baltimore 


DORDAL, JOHN 




Business and Public Administration 


Oxon Hill 


DORR, JOSEPH 




Business ond Public Administration 


Crownsvtile 


DORRIS, ANNE 




Home Economics 


Woshington, D.C. 


DORSEY, LINDA 




Engineering 


Baltimore 


DORVAL, LUCINDA 




Arts ond Sciences 


Lutherville 


DOUB, MARY 




Arts ond Sciences 


Boltimore 


DOUGLAS, GEORGE 




Business and Public Administration 


Silver Spring 


DOVE, ANTHONY J. 




Agriculture 


Harwood 


DOWDEN, MICHELE 




Home Economics 


Catonsville 


DOWNING, MAUREEN 




Educotion 


Rockville 


DOWNING, PATRICIA 




Arts and Sciences 


College Pork 



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DREES, MRS. JAY 




Arts ond Sciences 


Silver Spring 


DRESSLER, WAYNE 




Business ond Public Administration 


Kensington 


DREYER, PATRICIA 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


DRUSKIN, CYNTHIA 




Educotion 


Chevy Chose 


DRYDEN, JAMES 




Arts and Sciences 


Pocomoke City 


DUFF, PATRICIA 




Arts and Sciences 


Lexington Pork 


DUFFY, DONALD E. 




Business and Public Administration 


Hyattsville 


DUGAN, KENNETH 




Education 


Bethesdo 


DULABHAN, KENNETH R. 




Music Education 


Suitlond 


DUNCAN, KATHERINE 




Home Economics 


Wheaton 


DUNN, SUSAN 




Education 


Hyattsville 


DUNNAVANT, BARBARA 




Education 


Temple Hills 


DUNNINGTON, ROBERT 




Arts and Sciences 


Bethesda 


DUNSTEN, GEORGE G. 




Business and Public Administration 


Cheverly 


DURDOCK, FRANCES T. 




Arts and Sciences 


College Pork 


DURHAM, RONALD 




Arts and Sciences 


Seabrook 


DURILLA, HELEN 




Education 


Baltimore 


DURVIN, WILLIAM 




Engineering 


Oxon Hill 


DUTTERER, TRAVIS 




Business and Public Administration 


Westminster 


DUVALL, JOHN 




Education 


Burtonsville 


DWYER, BRUCE 




Business and Public Administration 


Baltimore 


EASTER, JOHN 




Engineering 


Watertown, N.Y. 


EBELING, REGINA 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


ECKERT, NORMAN C. 




Engineering 


Cheverly 


ECKMAN, DANIEL 




Business and Public Adnninistration 


Baltimore 


EDDY, MICHAEL 




Arts and Sciences 


Riverdale 


EDELMAN, STEPHEN 




Engineering 


Silver Spring 


EDELMAN, VIVIEN 




Education 


Wheaton 


EDELSTON, HATTIE 




Education 


Baltimore 


EDWARDS, CLARISSA 




Arts ond Sciences 


Californio 


EDWARDS, JOAN 




Arts and Sciences 


Huntington, N.Y. 


EDWARDS, JOHN 




Business and Public Administration 


Mere, Eng. 


EDWARDS, LARRY 




Business and Public Administration 


Oxon Hill 


EDWARDS, THOMAS 




Engineering 


Chontilly, Va. 


EDWARDS, VERNON 




Engineering 


Bethesda 


EHRGOTT, NANCY 




Arts and Sciences 


Washington, D.C. 


EHRLICH, LOUISE 




Education 


Hovertown, Pa. 


EIDSON, SUSAN 




Home Economics 


Bethesda 


EINBINDER, GAIL 




Education 


Silver Spring 


EISEN, MARK 




Arts and Sciences 


Boltimore 



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EISENBERG, JUDI 

Arts tjnd Sciences 

EISENBREY, EDWARD 

Arts ond Sciences 

EISENHUTH, DAN 

Journalism 

EISNER, FAITH 

Education 

ELLERBE, NONA 

Arts and Sciences 

ELLIOTT, DANA 

Educotion 

ELLIOTT, MARGUERITE 

Education 

ELLIOTT, ROBERT 

Education 

ELSTINS, ULDIS 

Engineering 

EMINIAN, RONALD 

Arts and Sciences 

ENGELBERT, SANDRA 

Educotion 

ENGLE,CHARLES 

Engineering 

ENZOR, JOSEPH 

Arts ond Sciences 

EPSTEIN, KENNETH 

Engineering 

ERICKSON, CAROLINE 

Arts and Sciences 

ERICKSON, DOUGLAS 

Business and Public Administrotion 

ERSHKOWITZ, JANE 

Arts ond Sciences 

ESPY, RONALD 

Business ond Public Administration 

ESTEP, JOHN 

Agriculture 

ETELSON, ROSALIND 

Education 

ETHERIDGE, JOHN 

Engineering 

EVANS, JOHN 

Engineering 

EWALD, VIRGINIA 

Education 

EZRINE, ANITA 

Educotion 

FAIRCHILD, JEAN 

Education 

FALK, STEFAN 

Business and Public Administrotion 

FARHOOD, RONALD W. 

Business ond Public Administration 

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Arts and Sciences 

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Arts and Sciences 

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Arts and Sciences 

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Educotion 

FAXON, DUANE 

Arts and Sciences 

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Business and Public Administration 

FEDERMAN, J. 

Educotion 

FEIT, SUSAN 

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FELA, DOLORES 

Education 

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Educotion 



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Baltimore 


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Arts and Sciences 


Stomford, Conn. 


FELDWICK, CLIFFORD 




Engineering 


Baltimore 


FELLER, BARBARA 




Arts and Sciences 


Greenbelt 


FERSUSON, FRED 




Arts and Sciences 


Annapolis 


FERNANDEZ, EMILIO 




Engineering 


Bethesdo 


FERNHEIME, LOUIS 




Business and Public Administration 


Hyottsville 


FERRARA, V, RAYMOND 




Arts ond Sciences 


Bel Air 


FERRY, THOMAS P. 




Business and Public Administration 


Hyottsville 


FESSENDEN, THOMAS 




Business and Public Administrotion 


Chevy Chase 


FIALA, BARBARA ANN 




Business and Public Administration 


Hovertown, Po. 


FIDDES, JOYCE 




Education 


Baltimore 


FIELD, BRUCE 




Engineering 


Rockville 


FIELDEN, BETTY 




Education 


Bethesdo 


FIERSTEIN, CARL 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


FILER, RICHARD 




Arts and Sciences 


Potomac 


FINIFTER, JO ANNE 




Education 


Baltimore 


FINK, CARL 




Engineering 


Glenelg 


FINKE, JOSEPH 




Education 


Pasadena 


FINKELSTEIN, CAROLYN 




Education 


Nashville, Tenn. 


FISCH, ROCCI, JR. 




Arts and Sciences 


Hovrede Grace 


FISCHER, DONNA C. 




Home Economics 


Kensington 


FISHER, JAMES 




Agriculture 


Beltsville 


FISHER, PRISCILLA G. 




Arts and Sciences 


Hyottsville 


FISHER, ROY 




Business and Public Administrotion 


Crownsville 


FISHER, SARA 




Arts ond Sciences 


Beltsville 


FISHER, WILLIAM 




Business and Public Administrotion 


Hyottsville 


FISHKIN, NANCY 




Business and Public Administration 


Washington, D.C. 


FLAHERTY, GENEVA 




Arts and Sciences 


Laurel 


FLECK, PAUL 




Engineering 


Silver Spring 


FLEISCHER, JEROME 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


FLOAM, ANN 




Education 


Wheaton 


FLORA, LEWIS 




Agriculture 


Brunswick 


FLORES, MARGARITA 




Elementary Education 


Hyottsville 


FLORIDA, RICHARD 




Arts and Sciences 


Washington, Pa. 


FLYNN, SUSAN 




Arts and Sciences 


Washington, Pa. 


FOER, LAURA 




Arts and Sciences 


Chevy Chase 


FOGEL, STUART 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


FORD, BARBARA 




Arts ond Sciences 


Chevy Chose 


FORD, LINDA 




Arts ond Sciences 


Eliicott City 



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FORINGER, PAMELA 




Arts and Sciences 


Rockville 


FOSTER, JAMES 




Business and Public AdministroHon 


Silver Spring 


FOSTER, JERRY 




Engineering 


Hyottsville 


FOSTER, JOHN 




Arts and Sciences 


Oxon Hill 


FOSTER, PATRICIA 




Home Economics 


Silver Spring 


FOWLER, THOMAS 




Arts end Sciences 


Baltimore 


FOX, BEVERLY 




Home Economics 


Laurel 


FOX, RAYMOND 




Engineering 


Bel Air 


FOY, JAY 




Engineering 


Riverdale 


FRANCIS, MARSHA 




Home Economics 


Lexington Park 


FRANK, NANCY 




Education 


Copperfield 


FRANKLIN, JAMES 




Agriculture 


Greenbelt 


ERASE, CAROL 




Home Economics 


Vienna 


FRAZIER, CATHERINE 




Home Economics 


Towson 


FREDERICK, MARY GALE 




Education 


iJpper Marlboro 


FREEDMAN, MARLENE 




Education 


Baltimore 


FREY, MARJORIE 




Home Economics 


Falls Church 


FRICK, MAUREEN 




Arts ond Sciences 


District Heights 


FRIED, ANDREA 




Educotion 


Baltimore 


FRIEDENBERG, LARRY 




Arts and Sciences 


Hyottsville 


FRIEDGEN, RALPH 




Physical Educotion 


Harrison, N. Y. 


FRIEDMAN, SIDNEY 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


FRIEMAN, HELDEGARDE 




Educotion 


Baltimore 


FRISCH, AMRAM 




Arts ond Sciences 


Silver Spring 


FRISCH, KATHE 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


FRISINGER, BRUCE 




Education 


Towson 


FROWERT, LINDA 




Education 


Silver Spring 


FRY, EDWIN 




Agriculture 


Chestertovk'n 


FULLER, LINDA 




Physical Education 


Baltimore 


FULLERTON, DORIS 




Home Economics 


Lanhom 


FUNK, LARRY 




Arts and Sciences 


Hyottsville 


FUNK, LINDA 




Education 


Rockville 


FUSEUER, CHERYL 




Business and Public Administration 


New/ York 


FYHR, KENNETH 




Industrial Education 


Baltimore 


GABOR, MONICA 




Arts and Sciences 


Jessup 


GABY, NANCY 




Arts ond Sciences 


Baltimore 


GAFFNEY, MARY 




EducGtion 


Mt. Rainier 


GAINES, MARION 




Arts and Sciences 


Wheoton 


GALLANT, CHRISTINE 




Arts and Sciences 


Hyottsville 


GALLI, NORA 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 













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GALLIA, JEAN 




Arts and Sciences 


Forest Heights 


GAMBREL, CAROLYN 




Education 


Rocl(ville 


GANN, WILLIAM 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


GARBER, JOHN 




Education 


Baltimore 


GARDNER, MARJORIE 




Education 


Ellicott City 


GARDNER, PAT 




Education 


Bethesda 


GARMAN, JAMES 




Education 


Fredericit 


GARNER, GARFIELD 




Arts and Sciences 


Suitlond 


GARNER, MYER 




Engineering 


Baltimore 


GAROFALO, ANN 




Educotion 


Adelphi 


GARREN, EARL 




Education 


Greenbelt 


GARRISON, LYNN 




Business and Public Administration 


Baltimore 


GARVEY, JOSEPH 




Arts and Sciences 


Ft. Mead 


GASPAROVIC, CANDY 




Arts and Sciences 


Accokeek 


GATES, DAVE 




Arts and Sciences 


Arlington, Va. 


GAUGER, DEAN 




Engineering 


Bloomsburg, Pa. 


GAVILAN, JACOBO 




Engineering 


District Heigtits 


GAYLE, ARNOLD 




Arts and Sciences 


Owings Mills 


GEBERT, DAVID 




Education 


Takomo Park 


GELERMANN, JANICE 




Education 


Bethesda 


GELLMAN, SHERRY 




Education 


Silver Spring 


GEMMELL, MARY 




Arts and Sciences 


New Carrollton 


GEORGE, ELAINE 




Education 


Woshington, D. C. 


GEORGE, THOMAS 




Engineering 


Houston, Texas 


GERMAN, JOELLEN 




Education 


Baltimore 


GERSTNER, KATHLEEN 




Education 


Brandywine 


GERSUK, DONNA 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


GERTLER, DONNA 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


GERTZ, LEWIS 




Business and Public Administration 


Washington. D.C. 


GHENT, ALICE 




Education 


Adelphi 


GIBSON, JOSEPH 




Agriculture 


Wilmington. Del. 


GIES, CAROL 




Arts and Sciences 


Greenbelt 


GIFFORD, MARY SUSAN 




Education 


Hyattsville 


GILBERT, KIMBERLY 




Arts ond Sciences 


Silver Spring 


GILBERT, LESLIE 




Education 


Baltimore 


GILBERT, RAYMOND 




Education 


Sykesville 


GILDEN, LEON 




Engineering 


Boltimore 


GILL, FRANK 




Arts ond Sciences 


Greenbelt 


GILL, MARY JANE 




Educotion 


Cheverly 


GILLI1.AND, GEORGE 




Engineering 


Derwood 



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GILLIOM, STEPHANIE 




Arts and Sciences 


New Carrollton 


GILLOCK, SHARON 




Education 


Virginia Beach, Vo. 


GILMORE, JAMES 




Business and Public Administration 


Overleo 


GILMORE, PHYLLIS 




Elementary Education 


Hyattsville 


GILTZ, MILTON 




Business and Public Administration 


Edgewood 


GITOMER, SUZANNE 




Education 


Baltimore 


GJOLSTAD, EDGAR 




Educotion 


Blodensburg 


GLADDEN, ROBERT 




Aerospace Engineering 


Baltimore 


GLADSTONE, ELIZABETH 




Arts and Sciences 


Hyattsville 


GLANSTEIN, LOIS 




Arts and Sciences 


Roselle.NJ, 


GLASER, MARLENE 




Education 


Tenofly, NJ. 


GLAZER, JACK 




Business and Public Administration 


Baltimore 


GLEASON, STEPHEN 




Arts and Sciences 


Hyattsville 


GLESENER, ROBERT 




Arts ond Sciences 


Crofton 


GLUECKSMANN, ALFRED 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


GLUNT, JANICE 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


GNATT, PAUL 




Business and Public Administrotion 


Silver Spring 


GOBLE, WILLIAM 




Arts and Sciences 


Owings Mills 


GODIN, PNINA 




Education 


Washington, D.C. 


GOGGl, SANDRA 




Arts and Sciences 


Morningside 


GOLD, MARSHA 




Elementary Educotion 


Temple Hills 


GOLDBERG, ESTHER 




Arts ond Sciences 


Towson 


GOLDBERG, LOIS 




Education 


Hyattsville 


GOLDBERG, MICHAEL 




Arts and Sciences 


Greenbelt 


GOLDBERG, SONDRA 




Education 


Silver Spring 


GOLDBERG, STEPHEN 




Business and Public Administration 


Long ley Park 


GOLDEN, LOIS 




Education 


Chevy Chase 


GOLDENBERG, MICHAEL 




Arts and Sciences 


Hyattsville 


GOLDFARB, BARRY 




Business and Public Administration 


Riverdole 


GOLDFEIN, EVA 




Home Economics 


Pikesville 


GOLDMAN, GLORIA 




Education 


Bethesda 


GOLDMAN, JEFFREY 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


GOLDSCHEIDER, JUDITH 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


GOLDSCHMIDT, LEON 




Engineering 


Baltimore 


GOLDSTEIN, JANEL 




Arts and Sciences 


Washington 


GOLDSTEIN, JERRY 




Business and Public Administration 


Bethesda 


GOLDSTEIN, LINDA 




Arts ond Sciences 


Westfield. NJ. 


GOLDSTEIN, ROBERT 




Business end Public Administrotion 


Rockville 


GONZALES, ARTHUR 




Business and Public Ad:ninistrotion 


Silver Spring 


GONZALO, VILARIN 




Business ond Public Administrotion 


Chile, SA 















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GOAD, WINONA 




Arts ond Sciences 


Rockville 


GOODIER, GRACE 




Arts and Sciences 


Oxon Hill 


GOODMAN, LINDA 




Arts ond Sciences 


Baltimore 


GOODOVITCH, PAUL 




Arts ond Sciences 


Boltimore 


GOODWIN, BARBARA 




Arts ond Sciences 


Kensington 


GORDON, BRUCE 




Business and Public Administration 


Silver Spring 


GORDON, JEFFREY 




Business and Public Administration 


Silver Spring 


GORDON, LARRY 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


GORDON, MIRIAM 




Arts ond Sciences 


Baltimore 


GORDON, MARILYN 




Education 


Mountainside, N.J. 


GORDON, MARY 




Home Economics 


Bethesdo 


GORDON, RONALD 




Engineering 


Cumberland 


GORDON, STUART 




Engineering 


Friendship 


GORE, RICHARD 




Engineering 


Silver Spring 


GORMAN, EILEEN 




Educotion 


Glen Burnie 


GORMAN, FRANK 




Arts and Sciences 


Londover 


GORMAN, LYNN 




Business and Public Administration 


Rockville 


GORMAN, MARYLYN 




Education 


Germantown 


GORSKI, THOMAS 




Engineering 


Kingston, Po. 


GOSNELL, WILLIAM 




Business and Public Administration 


Knoxville 


GOTEINER, JILL 




Arts and Sciences 


Paterson, N.J. 


GOUGH, CECIL 




Arts and Sciences 


Rising Sun 


GOULD, JED 




Arts ond Sciences 


Baltimore 


GOURLAY, THOMAS 




Business ond Public Administration 


Baltimore 


GRABAU, WILLIAM 




Agriculture 


Baltimore 


GRAFF, STEPHEN 




Engineering 


Silver Spring 


GRAHAM, BARRY 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


GRAHAM, LINDA 




Education 


Bridgeville, Po. 


GRAHN, FRANCES 




Educotion 


Wheaton 


GRANT, PLUMB 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


GRANTHAM, DARLENE 




Education 


Mt. Roinier 


GRASSGREEN, SHIRLEY 




Home Economics 


Hvottsville 


GRAY, JANE 




Education 


Beollsville 


GRAY, MARJORIE LEE 




Arts and Sciences 


Hyatfsville 


GRAY, PHILIP 




Arts and Sciences 


Oxen Hill 


GRAY, WILLIAM 




Arts and Sciences 


Sliver Spring 


GRAYSON, MARSHA 




Arts and Sciences 


Hyottsville 


GREENBAUM, ALAN 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


GREENBAUM, GLORIA 




Arts ond Sciences 


Greenbelt 


GREENBAUM, KENNETH 




Education 


Tokoma Pork 



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GREENBAUM, TINA 




Education 


Narbeth, Po. 


GREENBERG, FRANCES 




Arts and Sciences 


Red Bank, N.J. 


GREENBERG, JACK 




Business ond Public Administrotion 


Hyottsville 


GREENBERG, ROBERT 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


GREENBLATT, JOAN 




Educotion 


Boltimore 


GREENE, CYNTHIA 




Education 


Woshington, D.C. 


GREENE, ROBERT 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


GREENFELD, LAWRENCE A. 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


GREENWOOD, BRUCE 




Education 


Fort Woshington, Pa. 


GREER, GRAY 




Business and Public Administrotion 


College Park 


GREGA, CAROLYN 




Arts and Sciences 


Glen Burnie 


GREGG, JOHN 




Educotion 


Adelphi 


GREGORY, WILLIAM 




Arts ond Sciences 


Bethesdo 


GREIFINGER, DAVID 




Arts and Sciences 


South Oronge, N.J. 


GRELLLGARY 




Arts ond Sciences 


Parkville 


GRENNON, CAROL 




Education 


Hyottsville 


GRETSCHEL, W. MICHAEL 




Business ond Public Administrotion 


Kensington 


GREWELL, J. D. 






Hyottsville 


GRIBAUDO, CHARLES 




Engineering 


Baltimore 


GRIGGS, FRANK ROGER, JR. 




Business and Public Administrotion 


Damascus 


GRIFFIN, CAROLYN 




Education 


Usoruol, NevK York 


GRIFFIN, PAUL 




Educotion 


Baldwin, N.Y. 


GRIMES, ELEANOR 




Home Economics 


Sykesville 


GRIMES, JOHN 




Educotion 


Dundolk 


GRIMES, ROBERT 




Arts and Sciences 


Riva 


GRIMM, JACK 




Arts ond Sciences 


Hogerstovk'n 


GRIMME, ROBERT D. 




Business and Public Administration 


Kensington 


GROBAKER, MARK 




Physical Education 


Cotonsville 


GROOM, BARBARA J. 




Education 


Beltsville 


GROSS, CLAUDE 




Engineering 


Bethesdo 


GROSS, STEVEN 




Arts ond Sciences 


Rockville 


GROVES, CHARLES 




Arts and Sciences 


Beltsville 


GRUBMAN, KAREN 




Educotion 


Little Silver, N.J. 


GRUBMAN, MARILYN 




Education 


Baltimore 


GRUBOWSKI, MARY 




Educotion 


Baltimore 


GRUM8ACH, JAMES 




Educotion 


Dundalk 


GUERON, MARTHA S. 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


GUERS, JANET 




Educotion 


SI. Petersburg, Flo. 


GUERTLER, SHARON LEE 




EOucotion 


Boltimore 


GUNDERMAN, ED 






Hyottsville 




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Physical Educotion 


Hogerstown 


HAAS, MAUREEN 




Education 


Baltimore 


HABERSAT, RICHARD 




Arts ond Sciences 


Silver Spring 


HACK, JUDY 




Business ond Public Administration 


Boltimore 


HACKERMAN, SUSAN 1. 




Education 


Boltimore 


HACKLEY, RICHARD 




Educotion 


Kensington 


HAGGERTY, ETTA SUSANNE 




Home Economics 


Silver Spring 


HALL, MARK 




Engineering 


Bethesdo 


HALL, NATALIE R. 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


HALLMAN, NELSON 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


HALPERN, MARLENE 




Education 


Chevy Chose 


HALSTEAD, BRENDA 




Education 


Edison, NJ. 


HAMILL, ELIZABETH 




Home Economics 


Silver Spring 


HAMILTON, THOMAS 




Arts and Sciences 


Corol Hills 


HAMMETT, SHARON 




Arts and Sciences 


Cheverly 


HAMMOND, CONSTANCE 




Education 


Greenbett 


HANCOCK, HOUSTON 




Home Economics 


Rockville 


HANCOCK, MICHAEL 




Engineering 


Rockville 


HAND, DONALD 




Agriculture 


West Hyottsville 


HANDWERGER, SUSAN 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


HANEBUTH, JERROLD 




Arts and Sciences 


College Pork 


HANRAHAN, MOLLY 




Education 


Kensington 


HANSEN, KAREN 




Home Economics 


Wilmington, Del. 


HANSEN, THOMAS 




Business ond Public Administration 


Hanover, Pa. 


HANSON, DAVID 




Business and Public Administration 


Churchville 


HANSON, LYNDA 




Home Economics 


West Hyottsville 


HAPPE, ROBERT 




Engineering 


Bow/ie 


HARADA, ROY 




University College 


Honolulu, Ha, 


HARANS, SONDRA 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


HARCLERODE, HAROLD II 




Engineering 


LoVale 


HARDESTY, DONNA 




Education 


Silver Spring 


HARDY, CARMEN 




Education 


Washington, D.C. 


HARGEST, JAMES 




Education 


Baltimore 


HARGETT, DONNA 




Arts ond Sciences 


Frederick 


HARMON, MARSHA 




Educotion 


Meadowbrook. Pa. 


HARNER, HARRIET 




Education 


Emmitsburg 


HARR.AH, CHARLES D. 11 




Engineering 


Rockville 


HARRIS, DAVID 




Business ond Public Administrotion 


Alexandrio, Vo. 


HARRISON, ELIZABETH 




Arts and Sciences 


Riva 


HARRYMAN, BYRON 




Educotion 


Randallstown 




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HART, EDWARD 




Business and Public Administration 


Woshington. D.C. 


HARVEY, ROBERT M. 




Engineering 


Baltimore 


HATFIELD, ALICE 




Business ond Public Administration 


Baltimore 


HARTSLALL, GEOFFREY 




Business and Public Administration 


Tokomo Pork 


HARVILL, CAROL 




Arts and Sciences 


Gaithersburg 


HASELER, NANCY 




Business ond Public Administration 


Rockville 


HASER, KATHLEEN 




Arts ond Sciences 


Bethesdo 


HASLINGER, NANCY 




Arts ond Sciences 


Greenbelt 


HASTMANN, PAUL 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


HASTY, HOPE 




Education 


Greenbelt 


HAUPT, HANS 1. 




Business and Public Administration 


Indionopolis, Ind, 


HAUSE, BARBARA 




Education 


Boltimore 


HAUSER, JOSEPH 




Business ond Public Administration 


North Bergen, N.J. 


HAWKESWORTH, KAREN 




Arts and Sciences 


Bethesdo 


HAYES, JOYCE 




Education 


Hyattsville 


HAYES, PRISCILLA 




Arts ond Sciences 


Hyattsville 


HAYES, WALTER 




Arts and Sciences 


Virginia Beach. Va. 


HAYNES, LINDA 




Physical Education 


Gambrills 


HEANEY, RAYMOND J. 




Business and Public Administration 


Hempstead, N.Y. 


HEARN, DARRYL 




Engineering 


Beltsville 


HEARN, NANCY 




Physical Education 


Baltimore 


HEARN, PHILIP 




Engineering 


Baltimore 


HEDDEN, ROBERT 




Education 


Hagerstown 


HEDSTROM, CHARLES 




Engineering 


Wheaton 


HEFT, HARRY 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


HEGARTY, PATRICIA 




Arts ond Sciences 


Takoma Park 


HEGGESTAD, DAVID 




Arts and Sciences 


College Pork 


HEIM, DAVID 




Business and Public Administration 


Cinnaminson, N.J. 


HEINBAUGH, DONNA 




Education 


Londover 


HEIRD, ROBERT 




Business and Public Administration 


Baltimore 


HELLER, ROBERT 




Business and Public Administration 


Greenbelt 


HEMMING, STEVE 




Engineering 


Son Diego, Calif, 


HENDERSON, ANITA 




Journolism 


Silver Spring 


HENDERSON, GAIL 




Education 


Upper Marlboro 


HENKEL, MOLLY 




Physicol Education 


Severno Pork 


HENLEY, GENE 




Business and Public Administration 


Odenton 


HENRY, DOUGLAS 




Business and Public Administration 


Baltimore 


HENSLEY, MARSHA 




Education 


Churchton 


HEPLER, GARY 




Engineering 


Glen Burnie 


HFRBST, ALAN 




Business and Public Administration 


Baltimore 




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Arts and Sciences 


Takoma Park 


HERRiCK, RICHARD 




Business and Public Administration 


Hillcrest Height 


HERTSCH, FRANK 




Engineering 


Boltimore 


HERTZ, VIVIEN 




EducQlion 


Washington, O.C. 


HERTZBERG, FRANCINE 




Education 


Bethesdo 


HERTZLICH, LAURA 




Business and Public Administration 


Silver Spring 


HERZBERGER, BRIAN L. 




Arts end Sciences 


Cotonsville 


HESS, NANCY 




Education 


Hoddonfield, N.J. 


HESS, SUSAN 




Education 


Baltimore 


HESSONG, EDWARD 




Education 


Smithsburg 


HEWLETT, JOHN N. 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


HIGGINS, MARY ANN 




Arts and Sciences 


Salisburg 


HIGGINS, RANDALL 




Business and Public Administrotion 


Rockville 


HIGHTOWER, SHERRY 




Education 


Alexandria, Vo. 


HILDEBRAND, JANE 




Educotion 


Washington, D.C. 


HILEY, EUGENE 




Business and Public Administration 


Baltimore 


HILL, DAVID 




Arts and Sciences 


Riverdole 


HILL, MARIANNE 




Arts and Sciences 


Greenbelt 


HINES, JEFFREY 




Business and Public Administration 


Odenton 


HINES, JOSEPH 




Business ond Public Administration 


Riverdole 


HIPP, SANDRA D. 




Education 


Hagerstown 


HITCHNER, MICHELE 




Education 


Berlin 


HITCHNER, ROGER 




Agriculture 


Ithoco, N.Y. 


HOAGE, ROBERT J. 




Arts and Sciences 


Hyattsville 


HOCH, LOUISE 




Education 


Silver Spring 


HOCK, CAROLE 




Education 


Chevy Chose 


HODGE, MARTHA 




Arts and Sciences 


Aberdeen 


HOFFMAN, EDWARD L. 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


HOFFMAN, HINDA B. 




Arts ond Sciences 


Adelphi 


HOFFMAN, PENELOPE 




Education 


Frederick 


HOFFMEYER, DONALD 




Business and Public Administrotion 


Owings Mills 


HOHENSEE, DIANA 




Education 


New Milford, N.J. 


HOLEVES, CANDACE 




Education 


Unthicum 


HOLLAND, BARBARA ANNE 




Arts and Sciences 


Cheverly 


HOLLAND, CYNTHIA H. 




Home Economics 


Adelphi 


HOLLAWAY, WILLIAM 




Arts and Sciences 


Rockville 


HOLLENBECK, BEVERLY 




Education 


Boltimore 


HOLLEY, PRESTON 




Arts ond Sciences 


Domoscus 


HOLLISTER, CAROLYN 




Arts and Sciences 


Short Hills, N.J. 


HOLMES, ALBERT 




Business and Public Administrotion 


District Heights 



Seniors 1 85 



HOLMES, SUSAN 




Business ond Public Administration 


Wilmington, Del. 


HOLST, DANIEL 




Business and Public Administration 


Seltsville 


HOLSTEIN, CAROLYN 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


HOLTAN, SUSAN 




Arts and Sciences 


Laurel 


HOLTER, ROBERT 




Business and Public Administration 


Middletown 


HOLTZSCHEITER, EARL 




Engineering 


Myrtle Beach AFB, S.C. 


HOLZBERGER, CAROL 




Arts and Sciences 


Hyottsville 


HOOD, VICTORIA 




Arts and Sciences 


Adelphi 


HOPKINS, GLENN 




Business ond Public Administration 


Baltimore 


HOPPE, HENRY 




Education 


Glen Arm 


HORLICK, JILL 




Education 


Riverdole 


HORNBECK, JOAN 




Arts and Sciences 


Wheaton 


HORNER, RUSSELL 




Arts and Sciences 


Burlington, N.J. 


HOROWITZ, BARBARA 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


HOROWITZ, SUSAN 




Education 


Dundolk 


HORTON, CHARLES 




Arts and Sciences 


Oxon Hill 


HORWITZ, RONALD 




Arts ond Sciences 


Boltimore 


HORZ, RAYMOND 




Engineering 


Baltimore 


HOUCK, RICHARD 




Arts and Sciences 


Takomo Pork 


HOUSLEY, DONALD 




Education 


Silver Spring 


HOWARD, JAMES 




Business and Public Administration 


Hyottsville 


HOWARD, JOAN 




Education 


Fairfield, Conn. 


HOWE, DEBORAH 




Education 


College Park 


HOWELL, JACQUELINE 




Education 


Seltsville 


HOYT, JERRY 




University College 


Hyottsville 


HRUZD, IRENE 




Arts and Sciences 


Millersville 


HUBBARD, GARY 




Business and Public Administration 


Silver Spring 


HUBER, ROBERT 




Business ond Public Administration 


Washington, D.C. 


HUFF, ALAN 




Arts ond Sciences 


Adelphi 


HUGHES, CLARA 




Arts ond Sciences 


College Park 


HUGHES, DONNELL 




Home Economics 


Cheverly 


HUGUS, SARA 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


HUHN, WILLIAM 




Education 


Rosedole 


HULSHOF, ELIZABETH 




Educotion 


Severno Park 


HUMMER, DARRELL 




Agriculture 


New Midway 


HUMMER, ROBERT 




Education 


Frederick 


HUNGERFORD, DAVID 




Engineering 


Greenbelt 


HUNSCKER, FREDERICK 




Educotion 


Orejtel Hill, Pa. 


HUNT, DAVID 




Business and Public Administrotion 


Petersburg, Va. 


HUNTER, JANET 




Elementory Education 


Washington, D.C. 




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HURLEY, RONALD 




Business and Public Administration 


Silver Spring 


HURWITZ, WILLIAM 




Arts ond Sciences 


Baltimore 


HUTCHISON, JOHN 




Business and Public Administration 


Greenbelt 


HUTSLER, ROBERT 




Physical Education 


Baltimore 


lASCONE, DONINICK 




Arts and Sciences 


Seat Pleasant 


IHNDRIS, RAYMOND 




Education 


Silver Spring 


ISNER, JEFFREY 




Arts and Sciences 


Canton, Ohio 


ISRAEL, LOUIS 




Engineering 


Silver Spring 


IVASK, SERAFIM 




Engineering 


Silver Spring 


IVES, SALLIE 




Education 


Annopolis 


JAASKELAINEN, WILLIAM 




Arts ond Sciences 


Greenbelt 


JACKSON, DIANE 




Arts ond Sciences 


College Pork 


JACKSON, JULIA 




Education 


Phoenix 


JACKSON, NORMA 




Arts ond Sciences 


Newark 


JACKSON, RICHARD 




Business and Public Administration 


Hyottsville 


JACOBS, BARBARA 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


JACOBS, GAIL 




Arts and Sciences 


Iriemgton, NJ. 


JACOBS, JOHN 




Engineering 


New York 


JACOBS, MARK 




Arts ond Sciences 


Rondallstown 


JACOBS, RICHARD 




Business and Public Administration 


Bethesda 


JACOBS, STEPHEN 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


JACOBS, WILLIAM 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


JACQUES, EDGAR 




Engineering 


Smithsburg 


JAFFE, HAROLD 




Business ond Public Administrotion 


Silver Spring 


JANKIEWICZ, MICHAEL 




Arts ond Sciences 


Baltimore 


JANOFSKY, MICHAEL 




Business ond Public Administration 


Baltimore 


JANOWITZ, MARC 




Arts and Sciences 


Glen Rock, N.J. 


JARRARD, DOUGLAS 




Education 


Alexondria, Vo. 


JARVIS, MARIANNE 




Education 


Hyottsville 


JENKINS, DOROTHY A. 




Home Economics 


Mitchellville 


JENKINS, ELLEN C. 




Arts and Sciences 


Takomo Park 


JENKINS, KENNETH 




Engineering 


Coloro 


JENNINGS, PHYLLIS 




Arts and Sciences 


Bethesda 


JESSWEIN, THOMAS 




Engineering 


Oxon Hill 


JOHNS, MacARTHUR 




Education 


Clen Burnie 


JOHNSON, ELIZABETH 




Arts ond Sciences 


Aberdeen 


JOHNSON, KATHLEEN 




Educotion 


College Park 


JOHNSON, LINDA 




Education 


Wheoton 


JOHNSON, MARYHELEN 




Arts and Sciences 


Glen Burnie 


JOHNSON, WILLIAM KALEOLANI 




Business and Pubiic Administration 


Oxon Hill 



Seniors 1 87 



JOLIET, GREGORY 




Business ond Public Administration 


Hagerstown 


JONES, CAROLYN 




Educotion 


Rockville 


JONES, DIANE 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


JONES, DOUGLAS 




Business and Public Administration 


Lonhom 


JONES, ELEANOR 




Arts and Sciences 


Dickerson 


JONES, FRANK 




Physical Educotion 


Boltimore 


JONES, FREDERICK 




Business and Public Administrotion 


Merrick, NY. 


JONES, HELEN 




EducoTion 


Baltimore 


JONES, JOANN 




Home Economics 


Laurel 


JONES, JOANNY 




Home Economics 


Cumberland 


JONES, ROBERT 




Business and Public Administration 


Dundalk 


JONES, STEPHEN 




Arts and Sciences 


Wheoton 


JOYCE, CHARLES V. Ill 




Business and Public Administration 


Takomo Pork 


JUDKINS, PRISCILLA 




Education 


Derwood 


JURGELA, ELENA 




Educotion 


Bethesdo 


KACALA, PATRICIA 




Arts and Sciences 


Boltimore 


KACHILO, CHARLES, JR. 




Education 


Silver Spring 


KAHN, MARLA 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


KAIFER, CATHERINE 




Education 


Baltimore 


KAJUTTI, DONNA 




Education 


Baltimore 


KALISH, HARRY A. 




Arts and Sciences 


York, Po. 


KALISH, MURRAY 




Arts and Sciences 


Long Island, N.Y. 


KAMERICK, PAUL, JR. 




Arts ond Sciences 


Chevy Chose 


KAMEROW, ANNETTE L 




Arts ond Sciences 


Chevy Chose 


KAMINS, JEFFREY 




Busmess and Public Administration 


Silver Spring 


KAMINSKI, SUSIE A. 




Business and Public Administration 


La Plato 


KAMMER, CAROLE 




Elementory 


Hyottsville 


KANE, CANDACE 




Arts and Sciences 


Annondole. Vo. 


KANE, EDWIN 




Physical Education 


Levittown, NY, 


KANE, FRANCIS 




Business and Public Administrotion 


Hyottsville 


KANE, GLORIA 




Education 


Bladensburg 


KANTER, PAUL 




Business and Public Administrotion 


Silver Spring 


KAPLAN, ANDREA 




Education 


Silver Spring 


KAPLAN, DENNIS 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


KAPLAN, GEORGE 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


KAPLAN, MICHAEL G. 




Arts ond Sciences 


Greenbelt 


KAPLAN, SUSAN 




Educotion 


Aberdeen 


KARCH, HARVEY 




Arts ond Sciences 


Boltimore 


KARL, RUTH 




Education 


Washington, D.C. 


KARLINSKY, PHYLLIS 




Education 


Silver Spring 




1 88 Seniors 




KARPOOK, RUSSELL 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


KARR, ENID 




Business and Public Administration 


Tokomo Park 


KATZ, BRUCE 




Arts and Sciences 


Tokoma Pork 


KATZ, DAVID 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


KATZ, JANE 




Arts and Sciences 


Pikesville 


KATZ, ROBERT 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


KATZ, TOBY 




Education 


Tokoma Pork 


KAUFMAN, ARLENE 




Special Education 


Silver Spring 


KAUFMAN, ISAAC 




Business and Public Administration 


Baltimore 


KAYE, DONALD 




Arts ond Sciences 


Silver Spring 


KAYER, STEPHEN 




Arts and Sciences 


Norfolk, Vo. 


KAZDOY, ALAN 




Arts and Sciences 


Hyattsville 


KEEFER, WILLIAM 




Arts and Sciences 


Kensington 


KEENAN, PATRICIA 




Arts and Sciences 


Kensington 


KEFAUVER, ROBERT 




Engineering 


College Park 


KEILEY, ANNE 




Home Economics 


Hyattsville 


KEIM, DORIS 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


KEITH, CLAUDIA 




Business and Public Administration 


Towson 


KELLER, NANCY 




Education 


Bethesda 


KELLERMAN, KAROLYN 




Educotion 


Bethesda 


KELLY, CARY 




Business ond Public Administration 


Greenbelt 


KELLEY, PEGGY 




Educotion 


Wheaton 


KELLEY, WILLIAM 




Business and Public Administration 


Linthicum 


KELLIHER, EILEEN 




Arts and Sciences 


Camp Hill, Pa. 


KELLS, KAREN 




Recreation 


Emmous, Po. 


KELLY, SUZANNE 




Arts and Sciences 


Frederick 


KELSEY, JOHN 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


KEMP, THOMAS 




Education 


Floral Park, N.Y. 


KEMPERS, JANE 




Education 


Silver Spring 


KEMPERS, JUDITH 




Education 


Silver Spring 


KENNEDY, WILLIAM 




Recreotion 


Baltimore 


KENT, GAIL 




Education 


Silver Spring 


KENT, SUSAN 




Arts ond Sciences 


Severna Pork 


KENYON, JOHN 




Business ond Public Administration 


Rockville 


KEPNER, ROBERT 




Engineering 


Hyattsville 


KERBEL, DONALD 




Business and Public Administration 


Baltimore 


KERESZTES, SUSAN 




Arts and Sciences 


Wiiecton 


KERIG, JAY 




Arts ond Sciences 


Hyattsville 


KERR, TAMARA 




Agriculture 


Frostburg 


KERSCHENSTEiNER, DIANE 




Arts and Sciences 


Boitimore 



Seniors 1 89 



KERVICK, DAVID 




ArTs and Sciences 


Westfield, NJ. 


KESLOSKY, MARY-ANNE 




Education 


Kensington 


KESSLER, SUSAN 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


KEYS, CAROL 




Education 


Perry Hall 


KIDD, CHARLES 




Business and Public Administration 


Deale 


KIDWELL, ROBERT 




Arts and Sciences 


College Pork 


KIELLAND LUND, KNUT 




Engineering 


Tensberg, Norway 


KIENZLE, EDWARD 




Economics 


Canal Zone 


KILBY, ROY 




Business and Public Administration 


Bowie 


KILMORE, DONNA 




Recreation 


Baltimore 


KILPATRICK, KAREN 




Education 


Newark, Delo. 


KIM, ERICH 




Arts and Sciences 


Bowie 


KING, JEAN 




Home Economics 


Hyaftsville 


KING, MARION 




Business and Public Administration 


Hyattsville 


KIPNIS, IRENE 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


KIRBY, EVELYN 




Educotion 


Baltimore 


KISIELEWSKI, MARTHA 




Education 


Lutherville 


KISSAM, PAIGE 




Arts and Sciences 


Westfield, NJ. 


KITAHARA, GAIL 




Arts and Sciences 


Woshington, DC. 


KIZALE, DAVID 




Business and Public Administration 


Hyattsville 


KLEIN, DEBORAH 




Education 


Ctieverly 


KLINE, SUSAN 




Arts ond Sciences 


Phoenix 


KLINGES, PATRICIA 




Educotion 


Willow Grove, Pa. 


KLOMPUS, SHARON 




Education 


Wheaton 


KNIGHT, LUTHER 




Arts ond Sciences 


Baltimore 


KNOERLEIN, LYSBETH 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


KOCH, CAROL 




Elementary Education 


Boltimore 


KOCUR, JAMES 




Education 


Baltimore 


KOENIG, ROBERT 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


KOLLER, CAROL 




Education 


Baltimore 


KOLLER, CAROL 




Home Economics 


Baltimore 


KOLODNER, BARBARA 




Education 


Baltimore 


KOLSTROM, LINDA 




Home Economics 


Baltimore 


KOMISAR, MYRNA 




Elementary Education 


Silver Spring 


KOPEL, JANE 




Elementary Education 


Downers Grove, III. 


KOPIT, RITA 




Secondory Education 


Silver Spring 


KQRB, PHILLIP 




Business and Public Administrotion 


Kingsville 


KORN, ROBERT 




Journalism 


Bowie 


KORTH, BETTY 




Education 


Silver Spring 


KORTH, MARSHA 




educotion 


Silver Spring 




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KOSNIK, KAROL SUSAN 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


KOSTOLECKI, KEN 




Business and Public Administration 


Whitesboro, N.Y. 


KOTZIAS, CHRIS 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


KOVACS, JOSEPH P. 




University College 


Poromus, N.J. 


KRAFT, ALVIN 




Arts and Sciences 


Boltimore 


KRAMER, ALAN 




Business and Public Administration 


Baltimore 


KRAMER, BARBARA 




Arts and Sciences 


Pikesville 


KRAMER, STEPHEN 




Engineering 


Silver Spring 


KRAMER, SUSAN A. 




Education 


Boltimore 


KRASZEWSKI, ANDREA 




Business and Public Administration 


Towson 


KRAUSE, GEORGE 




Arts and Sciences 


Boltimore 


KRIESMAN, BARBARA 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


KRESS, JOANNE 




Education 


Wheaton 


KRIEGER, KAREN 




Education 


Baltimore 


KRISTAL, CLIFORD 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


KROFCHIK, SUZANNE JULIA 




Physical Education 


Riverdate 


KROHNFELDT, VIRGINIA 




Agriculture 


College Park 


KRONEN, LINDA 




Educotion 


Towson 


KROUSE, BARBARA 




Home Economics 


Bethesdo 


KROUT, LINDA 




Education 


Cockeysville 


KRUEGER, MARTHA 




Education 


Nev*/ Carrollton, Md. 


KUCKUDA, CONSTANCE B. 




Journalism 


Baltimore 


KUGATOW, MICHAEL 




Arts and Sciences 


Washington, D.C. 


KUHN, LINDA 




Arts and Sciences 


Manhattan, Kans. 


KUHNS, POLLY 




Arts and Sciences 


California, Pa. 


KUHNS, RICHARD 




Engineering 


Westminister 


KUKAN, WILLIAM 




Business and Public Administration 


Schenectody, N.Y. 


KULAWIEC, MARY L 




Education 


Suitland 


KUNKEL, SUSAN 




Arts ond Sciences 


Silver Spring 


KUPFERMAN, MIRIAM 




Education 


Silver Spring 


KUREK, MARY ELLEN 




Arts and Sciences 


St. Leonard 


KURINIJ, WILLIAM 




Business and Public Administration 


Baltimore 


KURYK, DAVID 




Arts ond Sciences 


Pikesville 


LADING, MICHAEL 




Arts and Sciences 


Frederick 


LAFFERMAN, ROCHELLE 




Secondary Education 


Baltimore 


LALONDE, KARREN 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


LAMB, RICHARD 




Arts and Sciences 


Boltimore 


LANDAU, SUSAN 




Home Economics 


Baltimore 


LANDERS, ROBERT 




Arts and Sciences 


Tampc, Ro. 


LANDES, WILLIAM 




Arts and Sciences 


Pikesville 



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LANDRUM, CHARLES 




Business and Public Administration 


Combridge 


LANE, MARSHA 




Home Economics 


Baltimore 


LANG, EDWiNA 




Education 


Baltimore 


LANGAN, JEAN 




Arts and Sciences 


Wheaton 


LANGBAUM, GARY 




Business and Public Administration 


Baltimore 


LANGELER, DIANE 




Arts and Sciences 


Salisbury 


LANHAM, LYNN 




Arts and Sciences 


St, Evensville 


LANKFORD, THOMAS 




Agriculture 


Pocomoke City 


LARASH, KENNETH 




Business ond Public Administration 


Linthicum 


LARRIMORE, JUDITH 




Education 


Rock Hall 


LARSON, MARGOT 




Educotion 


Laurel 


LASHER, SUSAN 




Engineering 


Woshington, D.C. 


LAWRENCE, MICHAEL 




Arts ond Sciences 


College Park 


LAWSON, KENNETH 




Educotion 


Arnold 


LAWTON, LARRY 




Arts and Sciences 


Kensington 


LAWWILL, PATRICIA 




Arts and Sciences 


Falls Church, Va, 


LAYCOCK, LINDA 




Physical Educotion 


Bethesda 


LAYTON, DONNA 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


LEACH, JANET 




Home Economics 


Hyattsville 


LEARMAN, EREN 




Arts ond Sciences 


Chestertown 


LEBAN, JOANNE 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


LEBOW, BONNIE 




Education 


Baltimore 


LEE, EDDY 




Engineering 


Hyattsville 


LEE, JAMES 




Arts and Sciences 


Levittown, Pa. 


LEGON,JACK 




Arts and Sciences 


Jericho, N.Y, 


LEGUM, DALE 




Arts and Sciences 


Boltimore 


LEHMANN, LAWRENCE 




Engineering 


Baltimore 


LEHMKUHL, CHRISTINE 




Arts ond Sciences 


Upper Montcloir, N.J, 


LEIBOWITZ, ROBERTA 




Educotion 


Hyattsville 


LEMON, STEPHEN 




Arts ond Sciences 


Washington, DC. 


LENDOSKY, CAROL 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


LEONARD, PAULA 




Education 


Welcome 


LEONARD, ROBERT 




Enqineerina 


Boltimore 


LEONARD, THOMAS 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


LEOPOLD, NANCY 




Educotion 


Closter, N.J. 


LEPORE, DANIEL 




Engineering 


Bristol. Conn. 


LEPPERT, THOMAS 




Business ond Public Adminisfrotion 


Hyattsville 


LERARIO, PIETRO 




Business and Public Administration 


Hyattsville 


LERNER, BONNIE 




Education 


Boltimore 


LERNER, LINDA 




Arts ond Sciences 


Boltimore 








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LEROY, PATRICIA 




Arls and Sciences 


Chambersburg. Pa. 


LESSANS, ARLENE 




Education 


Silver Spring 


LEV, JUDITH 




Education 


BoJtimore 


LEVAN, DENNIS 




Arts ond Sciences 


Washington, D,C, 


LEVAN, EILEEN J. 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


LEVIN, BARRY 




Physical Education 


Baltimore 


LEVIN, ELLEN 




Education 


Bethesda 


LEVIN, ELLEN 




Education 


Baltimore 


LEVIN, MARLENE 




Home Economics 


Baltimore 


LEVIN, PAUL 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


LEVIN, WILLIAM PAUL 




Engineering 


Baltimore 


LEVINE, MAX 




Busmess and Public Administration 


Silver Spring 


LEVINSON, LYNN 




Education 


Baltimore 


LEVITON, SUSAN 




Education 


Baltimore 


LEVY, ALAN 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


LEVY, FRANCES 




Educotion 


Silver Spring 


LEVY, LISBETH 




Arts and Sciences 


Takomo Pork 


LEVY, RICHARD 




Business and Public Administration 


Fairlavi/n, N.J, 


LEWIN, HARRIET 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


LEWIS, BLAKE 




Arts and Sciences 


Hyattsvilie 


LEWIS, NANCY 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


LEYKO, LINDA 




Arts and Sciences 


■outh Portland, Me. 


LI, BERNARD 




Arts ond Sciences 


Washington, D.C. 


LIANG, LOUISE 




Arts ond Sciences 


Rockville 


LIBERCCI, JOSEPH 




Arts and Sciences 


Boltimore 


LIBERT, JOHN 




Arts and Sciences 


Rockville 


LIE, ROSA 




Arts and Sciences 


Hong Kong 


LIEBERMAN, RONALD 




Business and Public Administrotion 


Annapolis 


LIEBOWITZ, SARAH 




Arts ond Sciences 


Baltimore 


LIFTIG, ROBERT 




Arts and Sciences 


Avon, Conn. 


LIGHT, DICK 




Arts and Sciences 


Harrisburg, Pa. 


LIGHT, DORA 




Education 


Baltimore 


LIGHT, JUDITH 




Education 


Silver Spring 


LIGHTFOOT, LAURIS 




Education 


Silver Spring 


LILLY, DENNIS 




Business ond Public Administration 


Baltimore 


LIM, YEE-CHING 




Business and Public Administration 


Macaysia 


LINDBECK, SUSAN 




Education 


LulherviKe 


LINDENMAYER, MARGARET 




Arts and Sciences 


Hew Carrolilon 


LINDER, RICHARD 




Business and Public Administrotion 


Towson 


LINDROTH, NORMAN, E.,JR. 




Business and Public Administration 


Laurel 



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LINDEMAN, INGRID 




Education 


District Hts. 


LINK, RICHARD 




Business and Public Adminisfrotion 


Boltimore 


LIPITZ, ALISON 




Educafion 


Baltimore 


LIPMAN, LARRY 




Arfs and Sciences 


Baltimore 


LIPSITZ, SUSAN 




Arts nnd Sciences 


Baltimore 


LISPGURSKY, GAIL 




Education 


Beltsville 


LISG, FULTON 




Business ond Public Administration 


College Park 


LISTON, ROBERT 




Business and Public Administration 


Woshington, O.C, 


LITTLE, CONNIE 




Home Economics 


Timonium 


LITTLE, DIANE 




Arts and Sciences 


Adelphi 


LITTLEWOOD, PAMELA 




Arts ond Sciences 


Derwood 


LITWIN, MARJORIE 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


LIVINGSTON, ELLEN 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


LIVINGSTON, STEPHEN 




Mechanicol Engineering 


Linthicum 


LLOYD, SUZANNE 




Arts and Sciences 


Timonium 


LOHSEN, PATRICIA 




Home Economics 


Havre de Groce 


LONERGAN, GARY 




Arts and Sciences 


Webster, Mass. 


LONG, JOANN 




Arts and Sciences 


Salisbury 


LONG, PATRICIA 




Arts and Sciences 


Takoma Pork 


LONG, STUART 




Arts and Sciences 


Oxon Hill 


LONGANECKER, LARRY 




Engineering 


Hagerstown 


LONGENECKER, WILLIAM 




Business and Public Administration 


Laurel 


LONGLEY, BETTY 




Education 


Hyottsville 


LONGSTREE, SAMUEL 




Business and Public Administration 


Chevy Chose 


LOUBE, ROBERT 




Arts ond Sciences 


Silver Spring 


LOUDERMILK, DAVID 




Engineering 


Perry Hall 


LOVELACE, CLIFFORD 




Education 


Silver Spring 


LOVELACE, RUTH 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


LOVETT, WILLIAM 




Business and Public Administration 


Cherry Hill, N.J: 


LOVIN, TERESA 




Education 


Dundalk 


LOWDERMILK, SHIRLEY 




Education 


Ookland 


LOWE, ALFRED 




Arts and Sciences 


Bovi/ie 


LOWENSTEIN, BEVERLY 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


LOWENSTEIN, IRENE 




Physical Education 


Baltimore 


LOWENTHAL, LARRY 




Arts ond Sciences 


Reisterstown 


LOWNEY, MARILYN 




Arts and Sciences 


Lutherville 


LUBIN, TERESA 




Education 


Boltimore 


LUBIN, TERESA 




Educotion 


Baltimore 


LUND, SHARON 




Business ond Public Administration 


Bryons 


LUNDGREN, ROBERT 




Arts !ind Sciences 


Hyottsville 




1 94 Seniors 




LUDKE, WILLIAM 




Educoti&n 


Oxon Hili 


LUNDQUIST, LINDA 




Home Economics 


Baltimore 


LUNGA, PAULA 




Arts and Sciences 


Boltimore 


LURIE, BARRY 




Arts ond Sciences 


Baltimore 


LUTINS, THEODORE 




Amencon Studies 


Boltimore 


LUTZ, CATHERINE 




Arts and Sciences 


Oxon Hill 


LYNDON, MICHAEL 




Arts ond Sciences 


College Park 


LYDON, PATRICE 




Educotion 


College Park 


LYMAN, MARILYN 




Journalism 


Kensington 


LYNCH, JOHN 




Business and Public Administration 


Lutherville 


LYNN, CAROL 




Education 


Baltimore 


LYONS, CHRISTINE 




Education 


Eoston 


McAFEE, STEVE 




Agriculture 


Silver Spring 


McCAFFERY, ROBERT 




University College 


New Corrollton 


McCALLIN, DONALD R. 




Arts ond Sciences 


West Chester, Pa, 


McCAMANT, JOHN 




Business and Public Administration 


Silver Spring 


McCAMY, SUSAN 




Education 


Potomac 


McCANN, LYNN 




Arts ond Sciences 


Silver Spring 


McCAULEY, GERALD E. 




Civil Engineering 


Frederick 


McCAULEY, ISABEL 




Home Economics 


Owings Mills 


McCLAY, SUSAN B. 




Educotion 


Severna Park 


McCLEARY, BARBARA 




Home Economics 


Bethesda 


McClelland, richard l 




Business and Public Administrarion 


Washington, D.C. 


McCLURE, CARL 




Educotion 


Silver Spring 


McCOLLUM, LINDA 




Physical Education 


Hyottsville 


McCORMACK, VINCENT F., JR. 




Business and Public Administration 


Lanhom 


McCORMICK, DIANA MARIE 




Educotion 


Camp Springs 


McCORMICK, PATRICIA 




Educotion 


Baltimore 


McCORMICK, THOMAS 




Arts and Sciences 


W. Hyottsville 


McCULLOUGH, JAMES 




Business and Public Administration 


W. Hyattsville 


McCULLOUGH, NADEAN 




Business and Public Administrotion 


Beltsville 


McCURDY, PHYLLIS C. 




Horticulture 


Kensington 


McDonald, joanne 




Education 


Landover 


McDonald, kathleen 




Education 


Baltimore 


MacDONALD, LAURA 




Business ond Public Administration 


Glen Burnie 


Mcdonough, marlene 




Education 


Silver Spring 


McFADDEN, DAVID 




Education 


Laurel 


McGLEW, DONALD 




Arts ond Sciences 


Chillum 


McHUGH, RICHARD 




Business ond Public Administration 


Bethesdo 


mcilvaine, nancy 




Education 


Baltimore 



Seniors 1 95 



MclNTIRE, ROBERT A. 




Bus:ness and Public AdmmisTrotion 


Crellin 


MclNTYRE, FRANK M., JR. 




Business and Public Administrotion 


Woshmgton, DC. 


McKlM, JOHN 




Business and Public Administration 


HyottsviMe 


Mclaughlin, michael 




Business ond Public Administration 


Silver Spring 


Mclaughlin, Robert 




Business ond Public Administration 


Boltimore 


McLAURINE, SHARON 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


McMAHAN, ELIZABETH 




Home Economics 


Chestertovi/n 


McNULTY, FRANCES 




Arts and Sciences 


Severno Pork 


McVeigh, george m., jr. 




Business and Public Administration 


Severn 


McVEY, LOUISE 




Arts ond Sciences 


College Park 


MACE, WILLIAM R. Ill 




Business ond Public Administration 


Baltimore 


MACHIS, CAROLYN 




Home Economics 


Silver Spring 


MADDOX, CATHERINE 




Arts and Sciences 


Chose 


MAGED, STEPHEN 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


MAGER, EILEEN 




Education 


Baltimore 


MAGIN, JAMES H. 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


MAGUE, THERESA 




Arts and Sciences 


Rockville 


MAIER, WOLFGANG 




Arts and Sciences 


College Pork 


MAILLAR, KENNETH 




Engineering 


Silver Spring 


MALCZEWSKI, RAYMOND 




Arts and Sciences 


Reisterstov^'n 


MALDEIS, MARCIA 




Education 


Boltimore 


MALLONEE.MARYJ. 




Arts ond Sciences 


Laurel 


MALLONEE, M. RONALD 




Business and Public Administration 


College Park 


MALONEY, KATHLEEN 




Arts and Sciences 


Rockville 


MAMBRETTI, JOANNE 




Arts and Sciences 


Sheppord A.F.B., Texas 


MANCHESTER, JOSEPH 




Engineering 


Bethesda 


MANCUSI, CAROL 




Education 


Adelphi 


MANDEL, ELLEN 




Arts ond Sciences 


Baltimore 


MANFRE, ELAINE 




Education 


Edgewater 


MANGIAPANE, STEVEN 




Engineering 


Silver Spring 


MANGIS, STEPHEN 




Arts and Sciences 


Bethesda 


MANLOVE, SUSAN 




Education 


Denton 


MANN, HUNTER 




Arts and Sciences 


Salisbury 


MAPP, THOMAS 




Arts ond Scienci; 


Hillcrest Heights 


MARAGOS, GERALD 




Engineering 


Hyotlsville 


MARCUS, ELLEN 




Educotion 


Chevy Chose 


MARKER, JEFFREY 




Arts ond Sciences 


Bettiesdo 


MARKHAM, WALTER 




Engineering 


Baltimore 


MARKS. EDWARD 




Electrical Enqmeenng 


Hompton, Vo. 


MARKS, JEFFREY 




Business and Public Administration 


Baltimore 

















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1 96 Seniors 




MARSH, JANET 




Educotion 


Hyattsville 


MARSH, MICHAEL 




Education 


Lourel 


MARSHALL, JAMES 




Business and Public AdmmisTration 


Silver Spring 


MARSHALL, THOMAS 




Business and Public Administration 


Washington, D.C. 


MARSHALL, VERNON 




Agriculture 


Woodsboro 


MARTIN, ROSEMARY 




Elementary Education 


University Pork 


MARTIN, SUSAN 




Education 


Baltimore 


MARTINO, JUDITH 




Arts and Sciences 


Greenbelt 


MARTINSON, JAMES 




Engineering 


Silver Spring 


MARTIROSSIAN, ROBERT 




Engineering 


Teheran, Iron 


MASK, JOAN 




Education 


Baltimore 


MASON, HENRY 




Agriculture 


Nottingham, Penn. 


MASSEY, RUTH 




Education 


Hyattsville 


MASTELLONE, NaimCY 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


MATEJKO, DAKLENE 




Home Economics 


Adelphi 


MATEJKO, JOHN 




Business and Public Adnnnistration 


Boltimore 


MATHER, ARTHUR 




Business and Public Adrnwiiitf ation 


Baltimore 


MATISOFF, LINDA 




Education 


Baltimore 


MATLAuA, RiLMARD 




Business and Public Adni.nibifOf.on 


Linden, NJ 


MATTHEWS, MARr ANN 




Educotion 


Easton 


MATTINGLY, BONNIE 




Arts ond Sciences 


hyattsville 


MAUPIN MAR'.HA 




Education 


Londuvtr 


MAURIC, FRANK 




Business and Public Aomlnisti uriun 


Boltimore 


MAVITY PATRICIA 




Artb und Sc^jrict-'i 


Easton 


MA\/ROuKAKiS, JOHN 




BuainebS und PubKc Adininibtruriur, 


Adelphi 


MAXWELL, GAIL 




Education 


Glen Burnie 


MAY, CAROL AININ 




Ai li und Science 


Silver Spring 


MAYER, MARY lOU 




Physicol EduLurion 


Beitsville 


MAYERS, ROBERT 




Business and Public Administration 


H/attsvihe 


MAYNE, BEVERLY 




Arts and Sciences 


Bowie 


MAYO, JAMES 




Engineering 


Beitsville 


MAZER, JOAN 




Elementary Education 


Baltimore 


MECH. GEORGE 




Business ond Public Admnnstrution 


Hyottsville 


MEERHOLZ, EDWARD 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


MEGARY, WILLIAM 




A. ts and Silences 


Baltimore 


MEIER, CAROLYN 




Arts ond Sciences 


Baltimore 


MEIER, PAUL 




Educotion 


Laurel 


MEINSTER, BARR'r 




Business 'jnd Pubnc AannmsTraliun 


Baltimore 


MELEAR, BRENDA 




Education 


Laurel 


MELESKI, VICTOR 




Physical Education 


Trumbeil, Conn. 



Seniors 1 97 



MELLE, ELIZABETH 




Arts and Sciences 


Woshington, D.C. 


MELMAN, BARBARA 




Special Education 


Baltimore 


MELOMET, CHERYL 




Arts ond Sciences 


Bronx. NY. 


MELSON, MARY 




Arts ond Sciences 


Oaklond, Calif. 


MENCL, DONALD 




Business and Public Administration 


College Park 


MENDELS, GLEN 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


^AENDELSON, GARY 




Arts and Sciences 


Rockville 


MEREDITH, JUDITH 




Arts and Sciences 


Aberdeen 


MERRELL, KATHRYN 




Elementory Education 


Frederick 


MERRILL, DEAN 




Business ond Public Administration 


Chevy Chose 


MERRILL, KENETH 




Engineering 


Baltimore 


MESANAGE, ELAINE 




Education 


Tokoino Park 


MESSER, VINCENT 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


MESSICK, CHRIS 




Business and Public Administration 


College Park 


MESSINEO, BAO 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


METZBOWER, FRANK 




Business and Public Administration 


Towson 


METZGER, KAREN 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


MEYER, ROBERT 




Arts ond Sciences 


Rockville 


MEZICK, BURTON 




Business and Public Administration 


Baltimore 


MICHALEK, THEODORE 




Engineering 


Boltimore 


MICHELSON, SHELDON 




Arts and Sciences 


Hyattsville 


MICKEY, WARREN 




Engineering 


Boltimore 


MIDDLEKAUFF, BRYON 




Arts and Sciences 


Hogerstown 


MIDDLETON, MARYLOU 




Arts and Sciences 


La Ploto 


MIDDLETON, TODD 




Business and Public Administrotion 


Garden City, N.Y. 


MILES, MARGARET 




Education 


Domoscus 


MILES, WILLIAM 




Arts and Sciences 


Bethesdo 


MILHOLLAND, TERENCE 




Arts and Sciences 


Boltimore 


MILKER, BARBARA 




Educotion 


Baltimore 


MILLER, CAROLE 




Educotion 


College Pork 


MILLER, CHARLES 




Engineering 


Boltimore 


MILLER, CYNTHIA 




Elementary Education 


Clinton 


MILLER, JOHN 




Engineering 


Silver Spring 


MILLER, LINDA 




Arts ond Sciences 


Greenbelt 


MILLER, LOUIS 




Business ond Public Administrotion 


Silver Spring 


MILLER, PAULA 




Arts and Sciences 


Hyattsville 


MILLER, RICHARD 




Arts ond Sciences 


Boltimore 


MILLER, RITA 




Educotion 


University Pork 


MILLER, ROSALIE 




Educotion 


Univ. Pork 


MILLER, SHARON 




Physical Educotion 


Cumberland 




198 Seniors 




MILLER, WALLACE 




Arts ond Sciences 


Arlinglon 


MILLIKEN, JANICE 




Home Economics 


Pittsburgh. Pa. 


MILLIKEN, ROBERT 




Education 


Spartanburg, S.C. 


MILLISON, ANN 




Education 


Baltimore 


MILLS, GLORIA 




Education 


Cleor Spring 


MILLWOOD, JERRY 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


MIRABELLA, JOANNE 




Early Childhood Education 


Newark, NJ. 


MISLER, ALAN 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


MITCHELL, DONNA 




Home Economics 


Hyottsville 


MITCHELL, JOANNE 




Education 


Silver Spring 


MITCHELL, JUDITH 




Arts and Sciences 


Hyottsville 


MITTEN, THOMAS 




Business and Pubhc Admmistration 


Greenbelt 


MIYASAKI, GRACE 




Education 


Baltimore 


MIZGERD, DOROTHY 




Home Economics 


Takoma Park 


MOBLEY, EILEEN 




Home Economics 


Laurel 


MOHR, DIANE 




Educotton 


Wheaton 


MOLESWORTH, JAMES 




Mechanical Engineering 


Mount Airy 


MOLK, MARTIN 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


MONAHAN, KATHLEEN 




Education 


Rockville 


MONEYPENNY, GERALD 




Business and Public Administration 


Trenton, N.J. 


MONGELLUZZO, JAMES 




Arts and Sciences 


Rockville 


MONISERA, LINDA 




Education 


Silver Spring 


MONTIE, KITTY 




Arts and Sciences 


Temple Hills 


MOOK, DAVID 




Arts and Sciences 


Charlestown, R.l. 


MOORE, FOREST 




Education 


Lanhom 


MOORE, LINDA 




Arts and Sciences 


Lourel 


MOORE, PAMELA 




Education 


Wheaton 


MOORE, WILLIAM 




Arts ond Sciences 


McLean, Va, 


MORENO, PLUTUS 




Arts and Sciences 


Takoma Park 


MORGAN, KENNETH 




Education 


Baltimore 


MORIARTY, LOIS 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


MORNINGSTAR, MARTHA 




Education 


New Windsor 


MORRIS, EDWARD 




Arts and Sciences 


Boltimare 


MORRIS, MARY LYNN 




Elementary Education 


Beltsville 


MORSE, DENNIS 




Education 


Silver Spring 


MORSE, ROBERT 




Engineering 


Silver Spring 


MORTON, KAREN 




Education 


District HgtS- 


MOSIER, WAYNE 




Business and Public Administration 


Siiver Spring 


MOSNER, LESLIE 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


MOSS, ILENE 




Education 


Baitimore 



Seniors ] 99 



MOWRY, FRANCES 




Elementorv Education 


Oxen Hill 


MOY, RITA 




Arts (ind Sciences 


Hyaftsville 


MOYNIHAN, ROBERT 




Business ond Public Administration 


Mt. Rainier 


MOYSE, CLAIRE 




EducoTion 


Nigeria, West Africo 


MULKEY, ROBERT 




Business and Public Administration 


Baltimore 


MULLIGAN JAMES 




Business and Public Administration 


Silver Spring 


MULLICAN, JO-ANN 




Educotion 


Ellicott City 


MULLIKIN, RAYMOND 




Engineering 


Suitlond 


MUNDAY, SHARON 




Arts and Sciences 


Ellicott City 


MUNSON, MARY 




Arts and Sciences 


Lourel 


MURPHY, COLEEN 




Education 


Towson 


MURPHY, HARRY 




Business and Public Administration 


Montclair, N.J. 


MURPHY, LINDA 




Education 


Baltimore 


MURRAY, EMILY 




Education 


Adelphi 


MURRAY, LINDA 




Education 


OIney 


MURRAY, LINDA 




Physical Education 


Baltimore 


MURRAY, LINDA 




Education 


Silver Spring 


MURRAY, MARGARET 




Education 


Forest Hgts. 


MURRAY, PAMELA 




Elementory Education 


Woodsboro 


MURRAY, SANDRA 




Arts and Sciences 


L,A., California 


MURRY, KAREN 




Education 


Boltimore 


MUSGRAVE, MICHELE 




Arts and Sciences 


Cabin John 


MUSGRAVE, NANCY 




Education 


Baltimore 


MYERBERG, LOLA 




Educotion 


Baltimore 


MYERBERG, SUSAN 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


MYERS, FRED 




Arts and Sciences 


Havre De Grace 


MYERS, LARRY 




Business and Public Administration 


College Park 


MYERS, LINDA 




Early Childhood Educotion 


Silver Spring 


MYERS, RANDALL 




Engineering 


College Park 


MYERS, SARA 




Arts and Sciences 


College Park 


NACHMAN, ROBERT 




Business and Public Administration 


Adelphi 


NAGEL, ARLENE 




Educotion 


Silver Spring 


NAWROCKI, EDWARD 




Educotion 


Annerundle 


NAYLOR, BRUCE 




Arts and Sciences 


Alex., Va, 


NAYLOR, JANNA 




Arts and Sciences 


Oakland 


NEAL, KIMBERLY 




Home Economics 


Baltimore 


NECKER, JOSEPH 




Engineering 


Forest Hill 


NEFFINGER, KAREN 




Arts and Sciences 


College Park 


NEHMAN, CHERYL 




Journalism 


Silver Spring 


NEISWENDER, RICHARD 




Business and Public Adminisrration 


Boltimore 




200 Seniors 




NELSON, DEENA 




Education 


Linthicum 


NELSON, KARON 




Home Economics 


Silver Spring 


NELSON, SHARON 




Educotion 


Silver Spring 


NESS, ROBERT 




Education 


Silvet Spring 


NEUNER, BERTA 




Education 


Baltimore 


NEWCOMB, DONNA 




Home Economics 


Kingsville 


NEWHOUSE, STEPHEN 




Education 


Linthicum 


NEWTON, BETTY 




Home Economics 


Greenfield, Mass. 


MICHOLSON, LINDA 




Education 


Cabin John 


NIEBERLEIN, JAMES 




Civil Engmeenng 


Whiteford 


NIELSEN, ROBERT 




Engineering 


Boltimore 


NISSLEY, KATHY 




Education 


York, Pa. 


NITZBERG, LOIS 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


NOACK, ALICE 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


NOBLEMAN, HAZEL 




Arts ond Sciences 


Chevy Chose 


NOLAN, JUDITH 




Busmess and Public Administration 


Silver Spring 


NOONE, PATRICK 




Education 


Forestville 


NOREN, KATHRYN 




Education 


Hogerstown 


NORRIS, EDWARD 




Engineering 


Hyottsville 


NORRIS, LINDA 




Education 


Kensington 


NORTH, JENNIFER 




Education 


Oxon Hill 


NORTHEDGE, ROBERT 




Engineering 


Hillside 


NORTHROP, ALBERT 




Arts and Sciences 


lolling, Prairie, Ind. 


NORWITZ, STEVEN 




Journolism 


Baltimore 


NORWOOD, BILLY 




Arts ond Sciences 


Suitland 


NOWASKEY, DONALD 




Physical Education 


Morlow Heights 


NUGENT, MARY 




Education 


Mt. Rainier 


NUNNALLY, ALEASE 




Educotion 


Hyottsville 


NUTWELL, GLORIA 




Educotion 


West River 


O'BRIAN, DONALD 




Business and Public Administration 


Greenbelt 


O'BRIEN, SUSAN 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


ODEN, BEAUFORD 




Business ond Public Administration 


Frederick 


ODENHEIMER, ANN 




Early Childtiood Educotion 


Baltimore 


ODNEAL, RICHARD 




Arts and Sciences 


Adelphi 


ODOM, HENRY 




Business ond Public Administrotion 


Tokomo Pork 


OKON, SANDY 




Education 


Boltinriore 


OLIVE, JUDY 




Arts and Sciences 


Landover Hills 


OLSON, LARRY 




Business and Public Administration 


Hyottsville 


O'MEARA, LOUISE 




Arts and Sciences 


Polo mac 


O'NEAL, DAVID 




Arts ond Sciences 


Woshingtcn, D.C. 



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O'NEILL, JOHN 




Engineering 


Arbutus 


OREMLAND, BARBARA 




Business ond Public Administration 


Silver Spring 


ORKIN, BONNIE 




Education 


Baltimore 


ORR, JUDY 




Home Economics 


Greenboro. NX. 


ORVEDAL, BENJAMIN 




Civil Engineering 


Lanhom 


OSBORNE, THOMAS 




Business and Public Administration 


Glen Burnie 


OTTO, WANDA 




Education 


Catonsville 


OURSLER, LINDA 




Physical Education 


Ookland 


OWENS, CAROLYN 




Arts and Sciences 


Clinton 


PAISTE, PATRICIA 




Special Education 


Laurel 


PAKULLA, GARY 




Physical Education 


Laurel 


PALADINA, DONALD 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


PALMER, ALVA 




Home Economics 


Chester 


PALMER, DARRYL 




Engineering 


Baltimore 


PALMER, MAYNARD 




Engineering 


Silver Spring 


PALMIERI, JOHN 




Arts and Sciences 


Washington, D.C. 


PAOLINI, LARKEY 




Arts and Sciences 


Lanhom 


PAPER, JEFF 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


PARCOVER, ALIZA 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


PARCOVER, GERRY 




Animal Science 


Silver Spring 


PARHAM, WILLIAM 




Arts and Sciences 


Boltimore 


PARKANY, JOSEPH 




Engineering 


Shorpsville, Penn. 


PARKER, DAVID 




Business and Public Administration 


Bloomfield, NJ. 


PARKER, DENNIS 




Engineering 


Wheoton 


PARKER, ELIZABETH 




Arts and Sciences 


Cheverly 


PARKS, MARILYN 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


PARSONS, ELWOOD 




Engineering 


Hughesville. Penn, 


PARTINGTON, EDWARD 




Arts and Sciences 


Lanhom 


PASS, LANA 




Business and Public Administration 


Perry Hall 


PATASHNA, LYNDA 




Educotion 


Portsmouth, Va. 


PATRICK, CHARLES 




Journalism 


California 


PATRICK, JEAN 




Education 


Washington, DX, 


PATTERSON, LYNN 




Education 


Silver Spring 


PAUL, ROBERT 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


PAULSON, SUNNY 




Home Economics 


Silver Spring 


PAVLOS, DIANE 




Educotion 


Baltimore 


PAYFER, JACQUELYN 




Arts and Sciences 


Indian Head 


PAYNE, JOHN 




Secondary Education 


Baltimore 


PAZ, PABLO 




Agriculture 


Hon Duras, C.A. 


PEACHER, BARBARA 




Education 


Fofrplay 



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PEARL, LINDA 




Education 


Baltimore 


PEARL, SARAH 




Education 


Memphis, Tenn. 


PEARLMAN, JEFFREY 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


PEARSON, MARIN 




Arts and Sciences 


Bethesda 


PEARSON, RONALD 




Business and Public Administration 


Rockville 


PEDDICORD, JOHN 




Educotion 


Hagerstown 


PEDROLINE, JOHN 




Business and Public Administration 


Boltimore 


PEERS, ROBERT 




Engineermg 


Silver Spring 


PELLEGRINO, MARY 




Home Economics 


Haledon, NJ. 


PENNINGTON, JOHN 




Education 


Takoma Park 


PEREZ, ERNESTO 




Arts and Sciences 


Washington. D.C. 


PERGOLA, THOMAS 




Business and Public Administrotion 


Greenbelt 


PERIDIER, PAMELA 




Physical Education 


Kensington 


PERNA, ROGER 




Physical Education 


Silver Spring 


PERRETZ, PENNY 




Education 


Cynwyd, Pa. 


PERRON, MARGARET 




Business and Public Administration 


Severna Park 


PERRY, CAROLYN 




Home Economics 


Loytonsville 


PERRY, GLEN 




Engineering 


Baltimore 


PERRY, SCOTTIE 




Education 


Goldsboro. N.C. 


PETASKY, SUSAN 




Early Childhood Education 


Baltimore 


PETERMAN, REBECCA 




Elementary Education 


Madison, N.J. 


PETERS, MYRA 




Secondary Education 


College Park 


PETRO, JOHN 




Business and Public Administration 


Hagerstown 


PETZOLD, LYNN 




Business and Public Admmistrotion 


Hyattsviile 


PEVENSTEIN, ROBERT 




Business and Public Administration 


Silver Spring 


PFEFFER, JONATHAN 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


PFLUGRAP, ALAN 




Business and Public Administration 


Baltimore 


PHILLIPS, BRUCE 




Arts and Sciences 


Newport News. Va. 


PHILLIPS, SUSAN 




Educotion 


Clarksville 


PICKETT, BONNIE 




Home Economics 


Aberdeen 


PICKETT, DAVID 




Engineering 


Westminster 


PIERCE, JULIA 




Arts and Sciences 


Rockville 


PIERCE, TERRI 




Arts and Sciences 


Kensington 


PIETSCH, WILLIAM H. Ill 




Arts and Sciences 


Kensington 


PINEAU, JULIENNE 




Arts and Sciences 


Bethesdc 


PINTO, ELLA SUE 




Education 


Crisfield 


PITTARD, BETH 




Arts and Sciences 


Monassas, Va. 


PITTiGLIO, CLAYTON 




Engineering 


Silver Spnng 


PLACHTA, CYNTHIA A. 




Business and Public Administration 


Adiephi 


PLATZ, CHARLES 




Engineerino 


Bowie 



Seniors 



203 



PLEMENS, STEPHEN 




Engineering 


Baltimore 


PLEVIN, THOMAS 




Business and Pub'ic Administration 


Uniontown, Pa, 


PLOVSKY, HELENE 




Education 


Baltimore 


POLINGER, JAN 




tducotion 


Chevy Chose 


POLINGER, PAUL 




Business and Public Administration 


Tokoma Park 


POLITZER, JERALD 




Business ond Public Administration 


Hyattsville 


POLLARD, BENNETT 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


POLLIN, ALAN 




Business and Public Administrotion 


Silver Spring 


POLLOCK, DOROTHY 




Education 


Washington, D.C. 


POLOVOY, RONA 




Educotion 


Baltimore 


POLT, JANIS 




Education 


Baltimore 


PONTELANDOLFO, MARY 




Arts and Sciences 


Barnsboro, NJ, 


POOLE, PATRICIA 




Education 


Towson 


PORTER, ALAN 




Arts and Sciences 


Oxon Hill 


PORTER, PAUL 




Arts and Sciences 


Sliver Spring 


PORTER, ROGER 




Engineering 


Washington, DC. 


PORTERFIELD, DARRYL 




Arts and Sciences 


Hogerstown 


POSNER, GERALDINE 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


POSNER, PAMELA 




Education 


Pikesville 


POSNER, ROBERTA 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


POTASH, ROCHELLE 




Education 


Frederick 


POTTILLO, MELVIN 




Engineering 


Washington, D.C. 


POULOS, JAMES 




Business and Public Administration 


Silver Spring 


POWELL, ROBERT 




Physicol Education 


Mill Hall. Pa. 


POWELL, SHIRLEY 




Education 


Glen Burnie 


POWERS, BRADLEY 




Agriculture 


Darlington 


POWERS, JOHN 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


PRAMUALRATANA, NOKNOI 




Educotion 


Thailand 


PRATT, CAROLINE 




Arts and Science 


Bethesdo 


PRATT, ROGER 




Business and Public Administrotion 


Silver Spring 


PRESS, ANITA 




Education 


Baltimore 


PRESS, SUSAN 




Education 


Rockville 


PRESSHAN, HOWARD 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


PREVATTE, KATHERINE 




Education 


Eoston 


PRIMUS, JANET 




Education 


Baltimore 


PRITCHARD, WILLIAM 




Education 


Coltons Point 


PROSER, DAVID 




Educotion 


Baltimore 


PROTAS, MARTIN 




Arts and Sciences 


Bethesdo 


PROUT, PHILIP 




Business and Public Administrotion 


Lothion 


PROUTY, JOYCE 




Business ond Public Administration 


OIney 




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PRUGH, CAROLYN 




Arts ond Sciences 


Rockville 


PRUSINOSKI, AAARCIA 




Education 


Arnold 


PSZWARD, VIRGINIA 




Home Economics 


Gibbslown, N.J. 


PUCA, ANTHONY 




Business and Public Administration 


Stotten Island. N.Y, 


PUGH, NANCEE 




Business and Public Admmistrotion 


Honolulu. Hawaii 


PUKATCH, JEFFREY 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


PURDUM, SPENCER 




Engineerinq 


Baltimore 


PURUCLEER, MARSHA 




Home Economics 


Cumberland 


PURYEUR, ERIC 




Arts and Sciences 


Wheoton 


PUSTtLNIK, MICHAEL 




Business and Public Administration 


Silver Spring 


PYLE, CAROL 




Home Economics 


Hyottsville 


PYLE, NANCY 




Education 


Hyattsville 


QUINTER, CHARLES 




Business and Public Administration 


Baltimore 


RABENOVETS, CAROL 




Education 


Adelphi 


RABORSKY, CARL 




Busmess and Public Administrotion 


Baltimore 


RADA, JANIS 




Education 


Baltimore 


RAOEBAUGH, MICHAEL 




Agriculture 


Tov^'son 


RADLER, PAUL 




Business and Public Administration 


Livingston. N.J. 


RAHMAN, JEHANGIR 




Engineering 


Lahore, W. Pakistan 


RAIDMA, JUHAN 




Mechanicol Engineering 


Baltimore 


RALPH, JEANNE 




Education 


Foir Haven, NJ. 


RAMISCH, THOMAS 




Engineering 


Silver Spring 


RAMSEN, JANET 




Education 


Hyattsville 


RAMSEY, RICHARD 




Industrial Education 


Laurel 


RAMSEY, LAWRENCE 




Engmeering 


Baltimore 


RANDALL, ALBERT 




Business and Public Administration 


Bethesdo 


RANDALL, JOHN 




Education 


Ellicott City 


RANOFSKY, JANE 




Physical Education 


Silver Spring 


RATCHFORD, ALICE 




Educotion 


Baltimore 


RATHBUN, ALMUTH 




Arts and Sciences 


College Park 


RAUCH, REBECCA 




Education 


Easton 


RAVITZ, CILLIE 




Arts and Sciences 


Washington, D.C. 


RECHEN, HENRY 




Arts ond Sciences 


Hyattsville 


RECHEN, THELMA 




Education 


Hyatlsviile 


RECHENBACH, SARAH 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


REDDEN, MILLER 




Education 


Rockville 


REECE, WILLIAM 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


REED, NANCY 




Education 


Cumberland 


REEVES, JA.MES 




Arts and Sciences 


Adeiphi 


REGAN, KATHLEEN 




Physical Education 


Detroit, Mich. 



Seniors 205 



REGNIER, NORMA 




Education 


Silver Spring 


REiCHEL, CHRISTINA A. 




Arts ond Sciences 


Silver Spring 


REID, JOHN 




Educotion 


Blodensbur.t 


REID, SHARON 




Education 


College Pork 


REIDY, MAURA 




Educotion 


Hyattsville 


REIGLE, JAMES 




Business cind Public Admimstrotion 


Towson 


REISINGER, CAROL J. 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


REISMAN, SHERRI 




Home Economics 


Silver Spring 


REITER, RICHARD 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


REMMERS, KENNETH 




Engineering 


Wheoton 


REMSBERG, RITA 




Education 


Frederick 


RENNER, ROD 




Arts ond Sciences 


Rockville 


RENNER, STEPHEN A. 




University College 


Adelphi 


RENNINGER, MARY KAREN 




Arts and Sciences 


Greenbelt 


REPHANN, BARBARA 




Education 


Cumberland 


RESSIN, ELLEN 




Education 


Baltimore 


RETTALIATA, LAURA 




Educotion 


Boltimore 


REYNOLDS, DIXIE LEE 




Business and Public Administration 


Tontollon 


REYNOLDS, GEORGIANNA 




Business and Public Administration 


Seabrook 


REYNOLDS, RICHARD 




Engineering 


Hyottsville 


RHINE, GARY 




Arts ond Sciences 


Essex 


RHODE, MYRA 




Educotion 


Baltimore 


RHODERICK, MAHLON 




Business and Public Administration 


Frederick 


RIALL, WILLIAM 




Electrical Engineering 


Salisbury 


RICE, JAMES 




Educotion 


Mt. Rainier 


RICHARD, ROBYN 




Business and Public Administration 


Ashton 


RICHARDS, RONALD 




Arts and Sciences 


Kensington 


RICHARDS, SUSAN 




Arts and Sciences 


Potomac 


RICHMOND, MICHAEL 




Business ond Public Administration 


Randallstown 


RICKER, SUSAN 




Arts and Sciences 


Hyattsville 


RICLES, FRED 




Business ond Public Administration 


College Pork 


RIDENOUR, RAYMOND 




Arts and Sciences 


West River 


RIDGELY, NANCY 




Education 


Simpsonville 


RIES, DANIEL 




Arts and Sciences 


Westminster 


RILEY, CHARLES 




Enqineering 


Silver Spring 


RILEY, PATRICIA 




Education 


Bel Air 


RILL, GLENN 




Arts ond Sciences 


Edgewood 


RIMBOS, PATRICIA 




Education 


Silver Spring 


RINEHART, RONALD 




Engineering 


Smithsburg 


RINKFR, DAVID 




Enginoermg 


Hyattsville 




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206 Seniors 




RINTOUL, JAMES 




Business and Public Administration 


Lanham 


RIPPLE, KAREN 




Education 


Adelphi 


RISSER, KEITH B. 




Physicol Education 


Blandensburg 


RITCHIE, DUNCAN W. 




Business ond Public Administration 


College Pork 


RITCHIE, LYN 




Arts and Sciences 


Mt Lake Pork 


RITCHIE, ROGER 




Arts ond Sciences 


Criders. Va. 


RITTER, ROBERT 




Arts and Sciences 


Cherry Hill. NJ, 


RITTER, WILLIAM, JR. 




Engineering 


Baltimore 


RITZMANN, JOHN L. 




Engineering 


Kensington 


RIVERS, ROBERT 




Economics 


Glen Burnie 


ROARK, LESLEE 




Education 


Boltimore 


ROBERTS, CONNIE 




Home Economics 


Seabrook 


ROBERTS, DOUGLAS 




Business and Public Administration 


Wheaton 


ROBERTS, GREGORY 




Business and Public Administration 


Silver Spring 


ROBERTS, ILENE 




Ecfucotion 


Beltsville 


ROBERTS, KITTY 




Physical Education 


Milton, W. Va. 


ROBERTS, LESLIE 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


ROBERTS, RALPH 




Business and Public Administration 


Laurel 


ROBINSON, ALAN 




Arts and Sciences 


Smyrna, Del. 


ROBINSON, JOHN 




Engineering 


Silver Spring 


ROBINSON, MAUREEN 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


ROBINSON, THOMAS 




Arts and Sciences 


Towson 


RODBELL, PAUL 




Arts ond Sciences 


Salisbury 


RODE, ROBERTA 




Education 


Boltimore 


RODGERS, MICHELE 




Education 


Baltimore 


ROESING, TIMOTHY 




Arts and Sciences 


North Hills. Pa. 


ROESLE, CHARLES 




Arts ond Sciences 


College Park 


ROGERS, BARRY 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


ROGERS, CLAUD 




Business and Public Administration 


Gothersburg 


ROGERS, VIRGINIA 




Arts and Sciences 


Virginia 


ROGERSON, BRENT 




Business and Public Administration 


Lake Lynn, Pa. 


ROGOSKY, MICHAEL 




Business and Public Administration 


Silver Spring 


ROKOFF, DEANE 




Education 


Baltimore 


ROLLINS, PATRICIA 




Education 


Odenton 


ROMANCZYK, PAUL 




Education 


Baltimore 


ROMANO, CAROL 




Educotion 


Severna Park 


ROOME, KATHLEEN 




Arts and Sciences 


Wilton, Conn. 


ROSE, LIZABETH 




Home Economics 


Beltsville 


ROSE, MARLANE 




Education 


Baltimore 


ROSE, ROBERT 




Engineering 


New Jersey 




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ROSEN, MELVIN 




Business and Public Administration 


New York 


ROSENBERG, SANDRA 




Education 


Rondallstown 


ROSENDORF, ALAN 




Business and Public Administration 


Hillcrest Heights 


ROSENKEE, MARK 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


ROSS, GEORGE 




Business find Public Administration 


Silver Spring 


ROTH, JOSEPH 




Arts ond Sciences 


Baltimore 


ROTHCHILD, JERILYN 




Education 


Tokomo Pork 


ROTHSTEIN, SAUNDRA 




Education 


Hyaftsville 


ROTONDO, LOUIS 




Business ond Public Administration 


Trenton, NJ. 


ROTTMAN, ARNOLD 




Business and Public Administration 


Boltimore 


ROWLAND, CARGL 




Arts and Sciences 


Bowie 


ROWLAND, SUSAN 




Education 


Havre De Groce 


RUBACK, MICHAEL 




Engineering 


St. Glenmont, N.Y. 


RUBENSTEIN, SHIRA 




Educotion 


Chevy Chose 


RUBIN, BRENDA 




Home Economics 


Silver Spring 


RUBIN, ELI 




Arts and Sciences 


New Bedford, Mass. 


RUBIN, LOLLY 




Education 


Boltimore 


RUBIN, MAJORIE 




Education 


Pikesville 


RUBIN, PHYLLIS 




Education 


Baltimore 


RUBINSTEIN, BARRY 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


RUDIN, RONALD 




Arts and Sciences 


West Orange, N.J. 


RUMIZEN, JOY 




Educotion 


Silver Spring 


RUMSEY, DYANN 




Arts and Sciences 


Buffalo, N.Y. 


RUNALOUE, DONALD 




Engineering 


Baltimore 


RUSHING, DONALD 




Physicol Education 


Chillum 


RUSK, NANCY 




Arts and Sciences 


Annopolis 


RUSSEL, DONNA 




Education 


Adelphi 


RUSSELL, MARY 




Arts ond Sciences 


Chevy Chose 


RUSSOMANNO, LVEILLE 




Arts and Sciences 


Newark, N.J. 


RUTH, RALPH 




Engineering 


W. Hyattsville 


RYNARZEWSKI, EMILIA 




Education 


Baltimore 


RYNAS, STEPHEN 




Arts and Sciences 


Chevy Chose 


SABINO, DONALD 




Arts end Sciences 


Oxon Hill 


SACHS, BARBARA 




Arts and Sciences 


St. Elizobeth. NJ. 


SACHS, FREDRICK 




Engineering 


Baltimore 


SACHS, JOSEPH 




Arts ona Sciences 


Silver Spring 


SACHS, PAUL 




Business and Public Administration 


Wheaton 


SACKS, CATHY 




Education 


Silver Spring 


SAGE, WESLEY 




Engineenna 


Kensington 


St. JOHN, CAROL 




Educotion 


Bethesda 




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SAKERS, JAMES G. 




Business and Public Administration 


Severna Park 


SAKS, LEILA 




Education 


Baltimore 


SALESKY, SHEILA HOPE 




Arts and Sciences 


Suitland 


SALMON JOHN T. 




Business and Public Administration 


Silver Spring 


SALSBERG, S. BAYNE 




Business and Public Administration 


Baltimore 


SAMUELS, PAUL 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


SANALITRO, APRIL 




Home Economics 


New Carrollton 


SAND, SUSAN 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


SANDERS, JANET 




Arts and Sciences 


Greenbelt 


SANDIDGE, CONSTANCE 




Education 


College Park 


SANDIDGE, GELA 




Education 


College Park 


SANTONI, FRANK 




Engineering 


Concord, Calif. 


SANTY, ANTHONY 




Business and Public Administrotion 


Plainfieid, NJ. 


SAPERSTEIN, SHARRON 




Education 


Wheaton 


SARACENO, CARMELA 




Arts and Sciences 


Takomo Pork 


SARRO, FRANK ill 




Business and Public Administration 


Baltimore 


SARTORIS, GAIL 




Education 


Hyattsville 


SARTWELL, BRUCE 




Arts ond Sciences 


Carrollton 


SASSANI, MICHAEL 




Education 


Silver Spring 


SAUNDER, JOSEPH B. 




Arts ond Sciences 


Waynesboro, Po- 


SAUNDERS, ALBERT 




Business and Public Administration 


Rockville 


SAUNDERSON, CHRISTINE 




Arts and Sciences 


Hyattsville 


SAVAGE, ANN 




Arts and Sciences 


College Pork 


SAVAGE, MARILYN 




Education 


Baltimore 


SCARBOROUGH, JANET 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


SCHAAF, DEBORAH L 




Arts and Sciences 


Kennsington 


SCHAAF, ROBERT C. 




Arts and Sciences 


Washington. D.C. 


SCHAFER, LEZLIE 




Home Economics 


Kensington 


SCHECTER, CHARLOTTE 




Arts and Sciences 


Stiver Spring 


SCHEIN, HARVEY 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


SCHEINBERG, HENNIE 




Arts and Sciences 


Rondollsfown 


SCHER, LINDA 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


SCHILLING, PAULETTE 




Education 


Silver Spring 


SCHINDLER, TED 




Business and Public Administration 


Ft. Lauderdale. Flo, 


SCHLAFFER, JOHN 




Physical Education 


Bohimore 


SCHLOSSENBERG, WILLIAM 




Arts and Sciences 


Rockville 


SCHMINKY, MARY 




Education 


Oxon Hill 


SCHNEIDER, MARSHA 




Education 


Chevy Chose 


SCHNEIDER, RANDY 




Engineering 


Livingstorl. N.J. 


SCHNITMAN, LOUISE 




Arts and Sciences 


Ne^v Hoven, Conn. 



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SCHOENBAUER, JOSEPH 

Arts and Sciences 

SCHOMBURG, VICTORIA 

Arts cind Sciences 

SCHRIBER, SUSAN 

Education 

SCHULKIN, KENNETH 

Business und Public Administration 

SCHULLER, DANALYNN 

Arts ond Sciences 

SCHULMAN, ROBERT 

Business ond Public Admmistrotion 

SCHUMCHYK, DIANE 

E'enienturv Education 

SCHWARTZ, ANNE 

Education 

SCHWARTZ, JOANNE 

Arts und Sciences 

SCHWARTZ, OSCAR 

Arts and Sciences 

SCHWARTZ, CHRISTOPHER 

Arts ond Sciences 

SCHWARTZ, ROSA 

Arts and Sciences 

SCHWARTZ, SHARON 

Arts and Sciences 

SCHWEER, LINDA 

Education 

SCOTT, MARGARET 

Physicol Education 

SCOTT, ROBERT 

Agriculture 

SCROGGY, ANITA 

Education 

SEABOLT, DENNIS 

Arts ond Sciences 

SEARS, GREGORY 

Arts ond Sciences 

SEARS, MARTA 

Educotion 

SECKER, KATHLEEN 

Education 

SAFEKAR, WILLIAM 

Arts and Sciences 

SEGAL, BETTE 

Education 

SEGAL, MARJORY 

Business and Public Administration 

SEGAL, ROSLYN 

Arts and Sciences 

SEIDEL, JAMES 

Agriculture 

SEIDMAN, HANNA 

Education 

SEIRAFI, MOHAMMAD 

Civil Engineering 

SELBY, PHILIP 

Industriol Education 

SELL, DIANNA 

Educotion 

SELLNER, CHARLENE 
Arts and Sciences 

SENNETT, ELLEN 

Education 

SERF, SANDRA 

Physical Education 

SESSUMS, GLORIA 

Educotion 

SCURLOCK, ARCH 

Engineering 

SHACKELFORD, DAVID 

Mechanical Engineering 

SCHACKELFORD, JOHN 

Educotion 

SHAFER, RALPH 

Educotion 

SHAFFER, MERYL 
Education 

SHANNAHAN, LARRY 

Educotion 



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Silver Spring 
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Baltimore 
Baltimore 
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Silver Spring 
Silver Spring 
Silver Spring 
Baltimore 
Sliver Spring 
LoVole 
Baltimore 
Seminole. Fla. 
Baltimore 
Silver Spring 
Woodbridge. Vo. 
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Silver Spring 
Scarsdole, N.Y. 
Chevy Chase 
Baltimore 
Silver Spring 
Baltimore 
Mash-had, Iran 
Westminster 
Hydes 
Washington, DC. 
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Cumberland 
Beltsville 
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Baltimore 
Baltimore 
Stoten Island. N.Y. 
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SHAPIRO, LARRY 




Business and Public Administration 


Bethesda 


SHAPIRO, RAND 




Arts and Sciences 


Norfolk. Vo. 


SHARE, WENDY 




Arts and Sciences 


Riverdale 


SHAW, EDGAR 




SHAYNE, MARCY 


Spencerville 


Arts ond Sciences 


Silver Spring 


SHEA, DOROTHY 




Education 


Rockville 


SHEARER, SHERRY 




Education 


Ft, Washington 


SHEEHY, MICHAEL 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


SHEINTAL, JOHN 




Business and Public Administration 


Bethesda 


SHEPHARD, SUSAN 




Home Economics 


Boitimore 


SHERLINE, PATRICIA 




Arts and Sciences 


Elkridge 


SHERMAN, CHARLES 




Business and Public Administration 


Greenbelt 


SHERRILL, LYNN 




Education 


Hyattsville 


SHERRY, SUE 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


SHERMAN, ROBERT 




Business ond Public Administrotion 


Oxon Hill 


SHIN, SUMI 




Arts ond Sciences 


Silver Spring 


SHINNICK, WILLIAM 




Education 


Baltimore 


SHIPLEY, GLENN 




Business and Public Administration 


Glen Burnie 


SHIREY, GAIL 




Arts and Sciences 


Beltsville 


SHIRLEY, LINDA 




Education 


Greenwich, Conn. 


SHIVERS, THOMAS 




Business and Public Administration 


Ellicott City 


SHKOR, DAVID 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


SHNIDER, RONALD 




Arts and Sciences 


University Hills 


SHOCKLEY, WILLIAM 




Business and Public Administration 


Pittsville 


SHOCKLEY, WILMA 




Home Economics 


Salisbury 


SHOEMAKER, ELIZABETH 




Education 


College Pork 


SHOLLENBERGER, EARL 




Engineering 


Sharpsville. Pa. 


SHUER, HERBERT 




Arts and Sciences 


Bangor, Me. 


SHUFELD, BARRY 




Busmess and Public Administration 


Silver Spring 


SHUFFER, DAVID 




Arts ond Sciences 


Silver Spring 


SHULMAN, BARBARA 




Educotion 


Baltimore 


SHULMAN, HARVEY 




Arts and Sciences 


Potomac 


SIDOR, THOMAS 




Agriculture 


Hyattsville 


SIEGRIST, JUDITH 




Education 


Takoma Park 


SIKORSKI, ROBERT 




Agriculture 


Silver Spring 


SILBERMAN, KAREN 




Arts and Sciences 


Bronx, N.Y. 


SILBERSTROM, MERLE 




Education 


Baltimore 


SILVER, KENNETH 




Arts and Sciences 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 


SILVER, RODNEY 




Education 


Baltimore 


SILVERMAN, MARCIA 




Educahon 


Baltimore 



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SILVERMAN, MAURY 




Education 


Chevy Chose 


Silverman, Roberta 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


SILVERMAN, SUSAN 




Education 


Baltimore 


SILVERSTEIN, DEBORAH 




Education 


Silver Spring 


SILVESTER, LORA 




Home Ecuromics 


Tuxedo 


SIMKOWITZ, DAVID 




Arts ond Sciences 


Moplevk'ood. NJ, 


SIMMONS, ALAN 




Business ond Public Adminisfration 


Silver Spring 


SIMMONS, SHARON 




Arts ond Sciences 


Timonium 


SIMMS, ELIZABETH 




Education 


Frederick 


SIMON, PATH 




Education 


Baltimore 


SIMONIK, JOSEPH 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


SIMPSON, EDGAR 




Arts ond Sciences 


Wheaton 


SIMPSON, SUZANNE 




Business and Public Administration 


Silver Spring 


SIMS, HAROLD 




Arts and Sciences 


Laurel 


SINDLER, RITA 




Education 


Annopolis 


SINES, PATRICIA 




Home Economics 


Phoenix 


SINGER, J. 




Arts and Sciences 


Rondallstock 


SINGER, FREDRIE 




Arts and Sciences 


Chevy Chose 


SINGER, SHEILA 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


SINICROPE, DAVID 




Arts ond Sciences 


Laurel 


SISSON, BRIDGET 




Arts and Sciences 


Md. 


SISSON, JOHN 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


SITRICK, MICHAEL 




Business and Public Administration 


Baltimore 


SITT, SHARON 




Home Economics 


Westminster 


SIVERT, PATRICIA 




Arts ond Sciences 


Rockville 


SIZEMORE, WALTER 




Arts and Sciences 


Kensington 


SKANE, MARK 




Engineering 


Oxon Hill 


SLEMMER, NANCI 




EducotiOfi 


Dundolk 


SLOAN, ELAINE 




Education 


Silver Spri^ng 


SLOMOVITZ, BRUCE 




Education 


Takomo Park 


SLONIM, MICHELE 




Educotion 


Haddonfield, NJ. 


SMALL, JOSEPH WARDER IV 




Business and Public Administration 


Baltimore 


SMILSKI, BARBARA 




Education 


Sharpsburg 


SMINK, CATHERINE MARY 




Arts ond Sciences 


Owings Mills 


SMITH, BETTY COOPER 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


SMITH, CAROL 




Education 


Hyottsville 


SMITH, DAVID 




Business and Public Administration 


Landover 


SMITH, DUANE 




Business and Pubhc Administration 


Baltimore 


SMITH, ELIZABETH 




Arts and Sciences 


Washington, D.C. 


SMITH, JUDITH 




Arts ond Sciences 


Bethesdo 


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SMITH, KATHLEEN 




Home Economics 


Silver Spring 


SMITH, LINDA 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


SMITH, JACK 




Engmeerinq 


Baltimore 


SMITH, JANE 




Arts and Sciences 


Glen Burnie 


SMITH, LEE 




Engineering 


Washington, D.C- 


SMITH, LINDA MARIE 




Home Economics 


Severno Park 


SMITH. PENELOPE 




Arts and Sciences 


Golesville 


SMITH, RICHARD 




Arts and Sciences 


Frederick 


SMITH, RICHARD 




Agriculture 


Aberdeen 


SMITH, RICHARD 




Business and Public Administration 


Newark, NJ, 


SMITH, ROBERTA 




Home Economics 


Silver Spring 


SMITH, SHARON 




Education 


Baltimore 


SMITH, STUART 




Business and Public Administration 


Silver Spring 


SMITH, SUSAN DEBORAH 




Educotion 


Severna Park 


SMITH, SUSANNE 




Physical Education 


White Holt 


SMITH, TERENCE 




Education 


Silver Spring 


SNEE, ROCHELLE 




Arts and Sciences 


Salisburg 


SNEIDERMAN, CHARLES 




Arts and Sciences 


Wheoton 


SNELNICK, JUDITH 




Education 


Silver Spring 


SNYDER, BENJAMIN 




Busmess and Public Administration 


Baltimore 


SNYDER, WENDELL JR. 




Arts and Sciences 


Beltsville 


SOBEL, BARBARA 




Education 


Baltimore 


SOBER, C. MARTY 




Business and Public Administration 


Boltimore 


SOBOL, THEODORE 




^rts and Sciences 


Rockville 


SOLOMON, ERIC 




Education 


Baltimore 


SOMMERFIELD, MICHAEL 




Arts and Sciences 


Green belt 


SONNEBORN, JAMES D. 




Education 


Bethesdo 


SORADY, MARYBETH 




Arts and Sciences 


Laurel 


SORNMANI, ROSRIN 




Arts ond Sciences 


Greenbelt 


SORRELIS, CAROLYN 




Home Economics 


Oxon Hill 


SOTHORN, CAROL 




Arts and Sciences 


Upper Marlboro 


SOULE, JUDITH 




Arts ond Sciences 


Suitland 


SOURWINE, MARY 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


SOUSANE, B, ELLEN 




Physical Education 


Takoma Park 


SOYA, THOMAS 




Engineermg 


Olyphonr. Pa. 


SPADA, ANNE-MARIE 




Arts and Sciences 


Suitland 


SPARKS, ROY 




Industrial Educotion 


Baltimore 


SPECHT, M.ELVIN 




Arts ond Sciences 


Severno Park 


SPECTOR, SUZANNE 




Arls ond Sciences 


Syracuse, N.Y, 


SPEIDEN, MARGARET 




Arts and Sciences 


Chestertown 



Seniors 21 3 



SPENCER, STANLEY 




Arts ond Sciences 


Boltimore 


SPENELLA, RICHARD 




Business ond Public AdrnmiSTrotion 


Bolticnore 


SPINNLER, SUSAN 




Educotion 


Frederick 


SPITLER, SALLY 




Arts ond Sciences 


Ellicott City 


SPIZLER, BRUCE 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


SPODEN, CLESTINE 




Business ond Public Administration 


Alto Visfo, Iowa 


SPRAGUE, MICHAEL A. 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


SPURLING, DIANA 




Home Economics 


Bethesdo 


SPURRIER, CAROLE 




Business and Public Administration 


Ellicott City 


SPURRIER, GREGORY 




Business and Public Administration 


Baltimore 


SQUILLACE, STANLEY 




Business and Public Administration 


Greenbelt 


SRISAWANGWAT, POONSOOK 




Business and Public Administrotion 


Bangkok, Thoilond 


STACY, ERLE M. 




Agriculture 


Silver Spring 


STAFFORD, ANN 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


STAMPER, EDWARD 




Business ond Public Administration 


Hyottsville 


STAMPER, PAULA 




Education 


Hyattsville 


STARGEL, SHERRY-LYNNE 




Education 


Silver Spring 


STARNES, KAYE 




Elementary Education 


Berlin 


STAUB, CAROL 




Home Economics 


Westminster 


STEA, BERNARD 




Journolism 


Laurel 


STEBBINS, SHARON 




Arts and Sciences 


Oxon Hill 


STEDMAN, LINDA 




Education 


Bethesdo 


STEELE, CAROLINE 




Arts ond Sciences 


Baltimore 


STEFAN, RICHARD 




Business and Public Administrotion 


Hyattsville 


STEIN, DANIEL JAY 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


STEIN, JOANNE 




Educotion 


Chevy Chose 


STEIN, LUANNE 




Arts ond Sciences 


Silver Spring 


STEIN, MARTIN 




Arts ond Sciences 


Boltimore 


STEINBERG, LISE 




Arts ond Sciences 


Silver Spring 


STEINBERG, MICHAEL 




Arts und Sciences 


Baltimore 


STEM'""" THOMAS 




business onu ■ .uml .".o.,.;nistrution 


Boltimore 


STENGLE, BARBARA 




Education 


Boltimore 


STERLING, CAROLYN 




Education 


Boltimore 


STERNBERG, JOHN 




Arts and Sciences 


College Park 


STERNBERG, MALCA 




Education 


Hyattsville 


STEVENS, DOUGLAS W., JR. 




Arts and Sciences 


Takomo Pork 


STEVENS, MADELINE 




Arts and Sciences 


Sepulvedn, Calif. 


STEVENSON, ROBERT E. 




Business ond Public Administration 


Baltimore 


STILL, J. KATHERINE 




Educotion 


Sykesville 


STINEFELT, HOWARD 




Agriculture 


Timonium 




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2 ] 4 Seniors 




STINNETT, ALICE 




Home Economics 


Ironsides 


STITELY, MICHAEL 




Business and Public Administration 


Gracehom 


STOCK, ANNE T. 




Education 


Kensington 


STOCK, PATRICIA 




Elementorv Education 


Cheverly 


STOECKER, CHARLES 




Agriculture 


Middle River 


STOKLOSA, MARSHA 




Education 


Silver Spring 


STOLTING, ELAINE 




Educotion 


S:lver Spring 


STONE, MARK 




Business and Public Admmistrotion 


Randallstown 


STONE, MARY ANNE 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


STONESIFER, E. KENNETH 




Agriculture 


Taneytown 


STOOLMAN, CATHY 




Busrness and Public Administrotion 


Haddonfield, NJ. 


STOREY, ELAINE 




Education 


College Pork 


STOUT, THOMAS 




Arts ond Sciences 


Trenton, N.J. 


STRATTON, BARBARA L 




Arts and Sciences 


Greenbelt 


STRAUS, MAIRIAM 




Education 


Baltimore 


STREBE, DAVID 




Arts and Sciences 


Washington, D.C. 


STRICKMAN, ESTELLE 




Education 


Wheaton 


STROPP, ROBERT H., JR. 




Arts and Sciences 


Suitlond 


STROUPE, ANN 




Education 


Glen Burnie 


STUDEBAKER, NORMA JUNE 




University College 


Adelphi 


STURGES, CHARLES H. 




Educotion 


Mountain Home. Idaho 


SUAREZ, MANUEL T. 




Education 


Temple Hills 


SUDER, WILLIAM 




Engineering 


Mt, Rainier 


SUIT, DIANE 




Education 


Hyaftsville 


SULLIVAN, MARGARET MARY 




Arts and Sciences 


Tovt'son 


SULLIVAN, MARY JOANICE 




Education 


Hyattsviile 


SUMKIN, IRA 




Arts and Sciences 


New Hyde Park, N.Y. 


SUMMER, ELAINE 




Educotion 


Silver Spring 


SUMMERS, JOHN M. 




Business and Public Admmistrotion 


Hyattsviile 


SUMMER, WILLIAM 




Business and Public Administration 


Silver Spring 


SUNDHEIM, JOAN 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


SUROSKY, ROCHELLE 




Elementary Education 


Baltimore 


SUSSAN, SARA 




Arts and Sciences 


Silver Spring 


SUTKUS, PAMELA E. 




Arts and Sciences 


Greenbelt 


SUTTON, ROBERT A. 




Engineering 


LoVole 


SUYDAM, KRISTINA 




Home Economics 


Bethesda 


SVOTELIS, VEJUNE 




Arts and Sciences 


Bulfimore 


SWART2, DIANH 




Arts and Sciences 


Wilmington, Del. 


SWARTZ, JANET 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


SWEENEY, JOSEPH 




Business and Public Admini5.1rction 


Edgewater 



Seniors 215 



SWEENEY, M. PATRICK 




Arts and Sciences 


Takoma Pork 


SZAFIR, CECILE 




EducQiiori 


Silver Spring 


TAUSTIN, SUSAN 




Arts ond Sciences 


Baltimore 


TAYBACK, ROBERT 




Business and Public Administration 


Baltimore 


TAYLOR, BARBARA 




Arts and Sciences 


West Hyattsville 


TAYLOR, DIANE 




Arts ond Sciences 


New Corrollton 


TAYLOR, IRA 




Business and Public AdmmJstrotion 


Baltimore 


TAYLOR, TRENA 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


TAYLOR, WILLIAM 




Arts and Sciences 


Cumberlond 


TEETER, RONALD 




Business and Public Administration 


College Park 


TEMPESTA, ESTIC 




Arts and Sciences 


Laurel 


TEMPLIN, SUSAN 




Home Economics 


Bowie 


TEPPIG, WILLIAM 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


TERRANOVA, GERALD 




Arts and Sciences 


College Pork 


TESLENKO, JEANETTE 




Education 


Charlotte Hall 


TEUTSCH, THOMAS 




Arts and Sciences 


Oxon Hill 


THALER, STEPHEN 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


THAYER, CAROLE 




Education 


Silver Spring 


THIBAULT, CLAIRE 




Arts and Sciences 


Winton, Calif. 


THOMAS, JAMES 




Arts ond Sciences 


Catonsville 


THOMAS, ANN 




Education 


Boonsboro 


THOMAS, LESLIE, JR. 




Business and Public Administration 


Cambridge 


THOMAS, LUTHER 




Business and Public Administration 


Washington, DC. 


THOMAS, RICHARD C. 




Physical Education 


Towson 


THOMAS, SHEREEN 




Arts and Sciences 


Albany, N.Y. 


THOMPSON, CAROL 




Arts ond Sciences 


Chevy Chase 


THOMPSON, JOAN 




Educotion 


Bethesda 


TACKETT, JOHN 




Business and Public Administration 


College Park 


TALIERI, JOSEPH 




Arts ond Sciences 


Fort Meade 


TAND, JEFFREY 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


TANNER, SANDRA 




Educo'ion 


Wheaton 


TARBELL, BONNIE 




Arts ond Sciences 


Silver Spring 


TATE, ELIZABETH 




Educotion 


Bowie 


TATELBAUM, NANCY 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


TAUBER, SARAH 




Education 


Baltimore 


THOMPSON, RONALD 




Business und Public Administration 


Hyattsville 


THOMPSON, SUSAN 




Arts and Sciences 


EllicolT City 


THOMPSON, MARJORIE 




Arti end Sciences 


Adelphi 


THOMPSON, THOMAS 




Physicul Educofion 


Fredericksburg, Va. 


THORNBURG, CAROL 




Arts and Sciences 


Mexico City. Mexico 


216 Seniors 








THORNE, C.RICHARD 

Engineering 

TIBBS, MARGARET 

Education 

TIAABERLAKE.GEORGEA.JR, 

Enqineerjng 

TIMMONS, LEON 

Business ond Public Administration 

TINDLE, HARRIET 

Education 

TITLOW, BARBARA 

Business and Public Administration 

TOBIN, JAMES 

Arts ond Sciences 

TOCKNELL, WAYNE 

Ctvii Engineering 

TOKAR, EDWARD T., JR. 

Business and Public Administration 

TOMPAKOV, CHERIE 

Educotion 

TOMPKINS, ALICE J. 

Elementary Education 

TOMPKINS, MARTHA A. 

Elementary Educotion 

TOWNE, DORIS 

Education 

TOWSON, KATHRYN 

Education 

TRALINS, DAVID 

Arts and Sciences 

TRAVERS, CHARLES, JR. 

Arts ond Sciences 

TRIPLETT, PHYLLIS 

Arts and Sciences 

TROWER, CYNTHIA 

Business and Public Administration 

TUCKER, ALICIA 

Home Economics 

TULL.REBA 

Arts and Sciences 

TURK, ROBIN 

Education 

TURNER, CHRISTINE 

Arts and Sciences 

TURNER, ELIZABETH 

Home Economics 

TURNER, JAMES W. 

Education 

TURNER, R. BRONSON 

Business ond Public Administration 

TWYNHAM, ROBERT 

Business ond Public Administration 

TYMIUK, BILL 

Arts and Sciences 

UGLOW.KATHERINE 

Education 

ULLMAN, ELLEN BABETTE 

Arts and Sciences 

ULLRICH, ROBERT 

Business and Public Administration 

URBAN, DENNIS D. 

Education 

URBAS, MARGARET 

Education 

URIAN, PHILIP 

Engineering 

USMANI, AHMED 

Engitieering 

VALDES, WALDO 

Arts and Sciences 

VALE, PAUL 

Business and Pubiic Administroticn 

VALENTINE, JEFFERY 

Business and Public Adniinistrotion 

VAN BUSKIRK, DAVID 

Engineering 

VAN DERMARK, JOHN 

industrial Educotion 

VAN DUSEN, WILLIAM 

Business and Public Administration 



Washington, D,C. 

Alexandria, Va. 

Aberdeen 

Riverdale 

Salisbury 

Hyattsvilie 

Silver Spring 

WheoTon 

Garfield, NJ. 

Baltimore 

Greenbelt 

Greenbelt 

Westbury, NY, 

Baltimore 

Boltimore 

College Pork 

Boltimor'e 

Rockville 

Towson 

Dundolk 

Miami Beach, Flo. 

Preston 

Bethesdo 

Rockville 

Severnn Park 

Landover Hills 

Baltimore 

Sorasota, Flo. 

Rockville 

Baltimore 

Takoma Park 

Frostburg 

Baltimore 

Karachi, Pakistan 

West Hyattsvilie 

College Park 

Rocky Ridge 

Rutherford, NJ. 

Timcnium 

Takoma Pork 



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VAN SCOY, LINDA 

EduCQi.on 

VANNEMAN, DONNA 

Arts ond Sciences 

VASAIO, LUCIA 

Arts -mil Sciences 

VASS, ROBERT 

Arts ond Sciences 

VELASCO, R. JORGE 

Agriculture 

VICE, KARYN 
Education 
VILIAMUS, VIRGIL 

Arts ond Sciences 

VINCE, LARRY 

Recreation 

VINYARD, HENRY 

Business and Public Administration 

VIOLA, JOSEPHINE 

Arts and Sciences 

VIOLETTE, CARMELINE 

Arts and Sciences 

VIOLETT, SHEILA 

Journalism 

VITA, PATRICIA JO 

Education 

VOGELHUT, STEVEN 

Arts and Sciences 

VON DREELE, JOHN 

Business and Public Administration 

VOORHEES, ROBERT 

Agriculture 

VRANAS, KATHY 

Education 

WAGAMAN, LINDA 

Home Economics 

WAGNER, ANNA 

Arts ond Sciences 

WAGNER, SUSAN 

Education 

WALKER, BARBARA 

Arts and Sciences 

WALKER, EDWARD 

Physical Education 

WALKER, LARRY 

Arts and Sciences 

WALKER, PAUL H. 

Education 

WALKER, RONALD 

Journalism 

WALL, BARBARA JEANNE 

Art Education 

WALLER, MARY 

Arts and Sciences 

WALMAN, STUART 

Business ond Public Administrotion 

WALSH, ANNE 

Arts ond Sciences 

WALSH, MARY RITA 

Arts and Sciences 

WARCHOL, MICHAEL 

Education 

WARD, EARL 

Arts and Sciences 

WARD, GLENN 

Agriculture 

WARFIELD. JANET 

Education 

WARREN, DAVID 

Arts und Sciences 

WARTOW, FRANCINE 

Education 

WASHBURN, CARLTON 

Engineering 

WASKIEWiCZ, STANLEY 

jndustrio! Education 

WATERS, SUE ANN 

tdutotton 

WATKINS, WiLLiAM 

Business ond Public Administration 




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WATSON, DONALD 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


WATTS, CLARENCE 




Business and Public Administration 


Cope Muy Court House, N.J, 


WATTS, NANCY 




Secondory Education 


Boltimore 


WEAVER, ELAINE 




Arts ond Sciences 


Adelphi 


WEBB, DENNIS 




Civil Enqmeermg 


College Pork 


WEBER, HOWARD 




Arts and Sciences 


Brooklyn, NY 


WEBSTER, EDWARD 




Business and Public Administration 


Silver Spring 


WEIDOWKE, LARAINE 




Educotion 


Bethesda 


WEILER, JEFFREY 




Arts and Sciences 


Bethesdo 


WEINBERG, CAROL 




Education 


Hyattsville 


WEINER, DENNIS 




Business and Public Administration 


Boltimore 


WEINSTEIN, CAROL 




Educotion 


Rockville 


WEINSTEIN, ELAINE M. 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


WEIRICH, MARY E. 




Home Economics 


Hyottsville 


WEISBERG, MARSHA 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


WEISLEDER, JEFFREY 




Engineering 


Silver Spring 


WEISMILLER, ANNE 




Elementary Education 


Beltsvitle 


WEISS, DENNIS 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


WEISS, EMILY 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


WEISSMAN, MIRIAM 




Education 


Washington, D.C. 


PERL, LINDA WEITZMAN 




Education 


Baltimore 


WELCH, RAYMOND 




Industrial Education 


Hyattsville 


WELLER, GARY 




Business and Public Administration 


Baltimore 


WELLS, DOROTHY A. 




Business and Public Administration 


Hyattsville 


WELLS, JOYCE 




Education 


Chevy Chase 


WELTY, PATRICIA 




Education 


Silver Spring 


WENGLIN, MARILYN 




Education 


Baltimore 


WEST, WALTER C. JR. 




Arts ond Sciences 


Washington, D.C. 


WESTPHALE, WAYNE 




Arts and Sciences 


Boltimore 


WESTREICH, CAROL 




Education 


Baltimore 


V\/HEELER, CHARLES 




Arts and Sciences 


Bel Air 


WHEELER, JERALD 




Arts and Sciences 


Joppo 


WHELAN, SAMUEL 




Arts and Sciences 


Eorleville 


WHITAKER, DONNA 




Education 


Silver Spring 


WHITE, CAROL 




Education 


Adelphi 


WHITE, MARY 




Arts and Sciences 


Springfield, Vn. 


WHITEHEAD, HENRY 




Business and Public Administration 


Laurel 


WHITELAW, JOHN 




Arts and Sciences 


Fi. Howard 


WIDNER, A/.ICHAEL 




Physicol Education 


Silver Spring 


WIEBKtNG, GUY 




Business ond Public Aoministration 


Glen Burnie 




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WIENECKE, E. LOUIS 

Engineering 

WIESE, SUSAN 

Educotion 

WIEST, LEE 

Arts ond Sciences 

WILDERJEANNE 

Educotion 

WILDER, PATRICIA 

Educotion 

WILKINS, ALICE 

Education 

WILKINS, BARBARA 

Business and Public Administration 

WILLARD, RONALD 

Engmeeiinq 

WILLIAMS, CHARLES 

Engineering 

WILLIAMS, EDWIN A. Ill 

Arts and Sciences 

WILLIAMS, GINA 

Business ond Public Administration 

WILLIAMS, JOHN K. 

Engineering 

WILLIAMS, MARGARET 

Education 

WILLIAMS, SALLY 

Arts and Sciences 

WILLIAMS, SHEILA 

Health Education 

WILLING, ROBERTA 

Education 

WILLSON, BETTY E. 

Home Economics 

WILLSON, RICHARD B., JR. 

Arts and Sciences 

WILNER, SUZANNE 

Arts and Sciences 

WILSON, KATHLEEN 

Physical Education 

WILSON, MARGARET 

Education 

WILSON, PALMER 

Arts and Sciences 

WILSON, PAMELA 

Arts and Sciences 

WILSON, VIRGINIA 

Education 

WINCE, LOUIS 

Business ond Public Administrotion 

WINER, THOMAS 

Business and Public Administrotion 

WINSLOW, DAVID 

Arts and Sciences 

WINTER, LESLIE A. 

Arts ond Sciences 

WINTER, BRIAN 

Arts and Sciences 

WIRTZ, BARBARA 

Arts and Sciences 

WISE, KATHERINE 

Education 

WISHARD, LINDA 

Educotion 

WITHEROW, DONNA 

Arts and Sciences 

WITKIN, ALAN 

Arts ond Scipnces 

WITT, STEVEN P. 

Arts and Sciences 

WOHL, WILLIAM 

Business and Public Administrotion 

WOHLMUTH, JUDITH 

Education 

WOJTANOWSKl, LEONARD 

Arts ond Sciences 

WOJTECH, GEORGE 

Pnysicol Education 

WOJTON, MICHAEL 

A; ts ond Sciences 




220 Seniors 







WOLF, NANCY 




Education 


Greenbelt 


WOLFE, DENNIS F. 




Educotion 


Smithsburg 


WOLFE, J. THOMAS 




Engineering 


Baltimore 


WOLFMAN, RONALD 




Engineering 


Chevy Chose 


WOLFSON, HARRIS 




Business and Public Administration 


Rockville 


WOLKSTEIN, BARBARA 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


WOLTERECK, PETER 




Business and Public Administration 


Ruxton 


WOMBLE, RICHARD 




Arts and Sciences 


Parkland 


WOOD, CYNTHIA 




Education 


Forestville 


WOOD, JOSEPH 




Engineering 


College Pork 


WOOD, PAULINE 




Education 


Kensington 


WOOD, SIDNEY 




Engineering 


College Park 


WOODARD, JAMES JR. 




Business and Public Administration 


Washington, D.C. 


WOODS, FAYE 




Arts and Sciences 


Garrett Park 


WOODS, MAUREEN 




Secondory Education 


Greenbelt 


WOODS, ROBERT 




Education 


Dundolk 


WORDEN, CAROL 




Education 


Gienarm 


WORTMAN, KENNETH 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


WOYTOWITZ, EILEEN 




Education 


Timonium 


WRAY, ROBERT III 




Engineering 


Beltsvtile 


WRIGHT, CAROL 




Home Economics 


Baltimore 


WRIGHT, DOUGLAS 




Arts and Sciences 


Gombrills 


WRIGHT, NANCY 




Arts and Sciences 


Wheaton 


WRIGHTSON, EDITH 




Arts ond Sciences 


St. Michaels 


WROTEN, MELVIN 




Education 


Baltimore 


WYATT, MARY 




Education 


Baltimore 


WYMAN, STEVE 




Arts and Sciences 


Baltimore 


WYNN, EARL N. 




Arts and Sciences 


Washington, D.C. 


XILLAS, MICHAEL 




Business ond Public Administration 


Lutherville 


YAFFE, RONALD 




Arts and Sciences 


Boltimore 


YATES, BARBARA 




Education 


Hyattsville 


YEAGER, JOAN 




Arts and Sciences 


Randollstown 


YELTON, BEVERLY 




Education 


Manchester 


YELTON, DON 




Engineering 


Frederick 


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Education 


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The major problem undermining the 
University of Maryland athletic depart- 
ment is one of inconsistency. Why can't 
on enormous, state-supported college, 
possessing the seemingly unlimited ad- 
vantages that Maryland has over other 
schools produce winning teams in her 
major sports, notably football and bas- 
ketball? 

This question has been the topic of dis- 
cussion throughout the entire school 
year. Sportswriters, opposing coaches, 
students, spectators and many others 
find the present level of mediocrity prac- 
tically inconceivable. The fact of the mat- 
ter is, it's dov(/n right unbelievable! 

Over-all seriousness of the depart- 
mental stagnation was not totally real- 
ized until only recently. A careful investi- 
gation of the situation was made by a 
special athletic committee, appointed by 
the Board of Regents. Presenting its find- 
ings to the Board, the committee recom- 
mended positive and immediate action to 
eliminate the pressing problem. The re- 
port read: 

"The Committee recommends that the 
Board of Regents request the administra- 
tion to take whatever action may be pos- 
sible within the academic framework of 
the University to strengthen the football 
and basketball programs." 

Careful examination of these programs 
under attack reveals some perplexing 
and possibly self-perpetrating facts. 
Commonplace among these is that the 
University athletic department is under 
obligation to produce winners, some- 
thing not accomplished in the major 
sports for several years. 



In direct contrast, the minor sports 
repeatedly rank high in the national 
standings, thus creating a very para- 
doxical situation. It is difficult to com- 
prehend that the some university can 
field National Collegiate Athletic As- 
sociation championship soccer squad, 
unjustly classified as a minor sport while 
the football team, only lost season 
ranked as the number one worst team in 
the nation in early season polls. 

Breaking away from the national level, 
Atlantic Coast Conference statistics 
serve as a barometer of success. The 
basketball team barely escaped the ACC 
cellar by slipping past last place Clemson 
in the final gome of the regular season. 
Then in the first round of the champion- 
ship playoffs, they were soundly de- 
feated by South Carolina. Marylond 
footballers in keeping with the norm, 
could only muster two victories in as 
many years, both coming this post sea- 
son. 

On the other end of the continuum, soc- 
cer, lacrosse, cross country, and in- 
door track continued their complete 
dominance of the ACC by completing 
championship campaigns. Why such little 
success in the major sports? 

Analysis of this problem must include 
the area of recruitment, basic drawing 
card for good talent. Because of her 
status OS a state university, very lim- 
ited scholarship funds ore available, es- 
pecially to out of state students. This 
factor places a restrictive clomp on the 
entire program. Many fine athletes are 
lured from the College Park campus by 
substantial financial offerings of other 



universities with more established re- 
cruitment systems. 

Once team has established itself as a 
good one, something that football and 
basketball ore far from achieving, play- 
ers will give it more consideration than 
a "second rater." They reolize that 
recognition is practically impossible on a 
low ranking team. The spoils, many 
times in the form of professional con- 
tracts, go to the victors, the ones with 
which they wish to associate. 

Another point to consider is poor stu- 
dent interest created by poor athletic 
performances. It is very difficult to im- 
press possible prospects with a half- 
filled field house or stadium while trying 
to disguise student apathy concerning 
the sports situation. Poor publicity cam- 
paigns ploy a major port in this appar- 
ent non-interest while scheduling blun- 
ders consistently deny those interested 
fans their chance to see more of the 
Terps than they already do. 

Drastic chonges must be mode to elim- 
inate these stumbling blocks and vault 
Maryland athletics back into promi- 
nence. The early months of 1969 hove 
witnessed the start of Maryland's come- 
back to the major sports scene, with the 
administration taking whatever action 
possible. 

This year has seen the resignation of 
head football coach. Bob Word, follow- 
ing a player protest of his coaching 
prowess. Accepting his resignation "in 
the best interest of the University," the 
newly organized athletic department 
quickly hired George Lester, head coach 
at nearby Richard Montgomery High 




School to fill the vacated spot. 

Basketball head coach Frank Fellows 
was fired following the Terp's disap- 
pointing showing in the 1968-69 cam- 
paign. A short but thorough search 
brought Lefty Driesell, winning coach of 
Davidson College's high ranking basket- 
ball teem. 

Last but surely not least, Jim Kehoe, 
the University's brilliant track coach 
was appointed Athletic Director to re- 
place retiring Bill Cobey. Possibly 
through realization of he fact that the 
entire brunt of the athletic dilemma rests 
on his shoulders, Kehoe has relegated 
himself to swift, hard hitting action 
policies. 

While speaking on the subject of his 
agonizing reappraisal of the entire Uni- 
versity sports situation, Kehoe mode it 
clear that changes must be mode. 

"I'm used to winning, and I believe in 
winning. At this point in my life I'm not 
going to embark on any policy to the 
contrary." 

This attitude may be exactly what the 
program needs. Whether or not Kehoe 
con communicate this spirit to our new 
coaches and they, in turn, to the players, 
remains to be seen. 

Not to be mistaken, Maryland critics 
of the major sports will have much to 
feed on this coming season. One cannot 
expect an entire reversal over night. 
However all aspects of the athletic pro- 
gram are under intensive investigation 
and Maryland sports fans everywhere 
can be assured that everything physical- 
ly possible to improve conditions as they 
now stand will be done. 





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Football 



This year, 1968, was destined to be the "Year of the Terp". 
How could the football team miss? Alan Pastrana, record- 
breaking quarterback of the 1966 campaign, who sat out lost 
season with an unheeled knee was returning. Bill Lovett, leading 
ground gainer from last year was looking forward to another 
fine season. Ernie Terrain had decided to give it another try 
after his argument with offensive coach Tom Steigleder. The 
likes of Rick Carlson, high scorer last season, Ron Pearson, 
defensive standout, and many others pointed to a very promising 
football campaign. 

Who could have imagined the heartbreak which lay ahead - 
untimely fumbles, intercepted passes, unpredictable officiating 
(to say the least), dropped passes, and many other unfulfilled 
expectations? Numerous penalties, on both players and coach, 
constantly blunted any offensive drives Maryland could muster. 

Spring training started early with approximately 120 can- 
didates reporting for the squad. The nucleus of this group con- 
sisted of 32 lettermen, all having one goal in mind ... to win a 
football game and put an end to Maryland's 13 game losing 
streak. Well aware of this pressing situation was Head Coach 
Bob Word, now in his second season. Word had big plans to 
better the 0-9 record of lost season. 

The season's opener came quickly with Maryland being put 
to a stiff test by nationally ranked Florida State. A strong 
Seminole team, led by Ail-American end Ron Sellers, handed the 
Terps their first of many setbacks of the season, 24-1 4. 

Traveling to Syracuse in search of victory, the Terps met the 
big Orange in Archibald Stadium. The big Orange proved to be a 
little too big as they overwhelmed the gridders, handing them 
their 15th straight loss. Coach Ward, understandably upset after 
the 32-14 defeat, lamented, "I never thought a victory would be 
so hard to get." 

The winless Terps were hungry for victory when they in- 
vaded Norfolk, Va. to play Duke in the annual Oyster Bowl . . . 
and for 59 of the 60 minutes could taste the Blue Devil Special. 
With a little bit of luck they would have feasted, but a con- 
troversial decision by the referee allowed Duke to gain field 
position and kick what proved to be the winning field goal with 
three seconds remaining in the game. 

After the 30-28 heartbreaker, coach Ward summed up the 
situation perfectly-"Our boys played their heads off, they're 
just unlucky." One bright spot of the otherwise dreary afternoon 
was the selection of the Terp fullback Bill Lovett as the out- 
standing player of the Oyster Bowl. 

Bob Word, coach turned prophet, predicted a victory over the 
visiting Tar Heels from North Carolina. The gods must have been 



smiling for the prophecy soon became a reality. The game saw 
hard running Bill Lovett astonish the crowd by gaining 1 72 yards 
for the afternoon and break a Terp rushing record with 39 
carries. Alan Pastrana looked like the quarterback of old as he 
threw for 129 yards in nine completions. As the gun sounded 
The Terps dropped from the ranks of the winless. They hod fi- 
nally broken the spell cost upon them sixteen gomes earlier. 

"This is the greatest day of my life!" said Ward, commenting 
on his first victory as head coach. The Maryland fans showed 
their appreciation for this "greatest day" by mobbing the team 
in the center of the field and hoisting Ward and Pastrana upon 
their shoulders for an impromptu ride to the locker room. The 
goal posts were ripped down and disappeared from the field 
almost OS fast as the N.C. players did. It was truly a fine day for 
the University. The sun had broken through the overcast to help 
brighten the occasion, and Coach Ward, happiest of them all, 
was finally smiling. 

The smiles were to be short-lived however. Maryland would 
win one more game. Again the goal posts (wooden ones this 
time) would fall to on enthusiastic, rain soaked Homecoming 
crowd. The 21-19 victory over the South Carolina Gamecocks 
was the last the Terps were to see for the rest of the season. 
Losing the last Five gomes to North Carolina State, Woke Forest, 
Clemson, Penn State and Virginia, Maryland closed out another 
very disappointing campaign. 

Even though the team appeared only average as a whole, 
individually it was strong. The tri-captains. Bill Lovett, Ron 
Pearson, and Alan Pastrana provided the team with able leader- 
ship. Fullback Lovett, with his outstanding running ability, con- 
sistently penetrated opponents' defenses at the clip of 4.4 yards 
per carry while gaining 963 yards and breaking o Maryland 
rushing record for carrying the ball 217 times. Tight end Ron 
Pearson gave the team much needed versatility in playing three 
different positions in as many years. Alan Pastrana, experienc- 
ing only mediocre season, kept the team spirits high with his 
never-soy-die attitude. 

It was a very disappointing season for those seniors playing 
out their lost year of eligibility, but on the other hand a very 
great challenge for the younger players making their move from 
the depths of obscurity to the first team. The future of Mary- 
land football now rests in their hands. 

With the likes of end Sonny Demczuk, the team's leading re- 
ceiver, tailback Alvin Thomas, defensive tackle John Dyer, de- 
fensive bock Wolly Stalnoker, punter Greg Fries, quarterback 
Dennis O'Hara and many others, the eternal cry of "wait until 
next year" may be worth listening to. 




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Mary Williams 



OOCCCr— Co-national Champions 



The fantastic Maryland Soccer Team, possibly the best in the 
nation, ended its season as the only undefeated major college 
team by gaining a tie for the National Collegiate Athletic As- 
sociation title with the Spartans of Michigan State. 

Head coach Doyle Royal gained his 24th consecutive Atlantic 
Coast Conference title along with the national championship. 
After the victory he commented, "In the 24 years I have coached 
soccer here, this is the best record any of my teams have ever 
had. The 1957 squad had a perfect year but only played 10 
gomes." This year Royal had the help of two young assistants, 
Ron Hoch and Ray Buckley, both of whom have won honors in 
intercollegiate soccer. 

Being ranked number one for a large part of the season is 
evidence that Maryland had many things going for them, all 
in the right direction. The most important was team work, the 
essence of victory. Each player complemented the other, on and 
off the field, playing not as a group of individuals but as a team. 

Everyone knew from the opening day of practice that Mary- 
land was going to be tough, but just how tough remained to be 
seen. Back from last year's team were co-coptoin Gioncario 
Brondoni, All-Americans Alvaro Bittencourt and Mario Jelen- 
covich, plus Bob Conner, Frank Delvecchio, Jay Lillien and Larry 
Ruhs. Other returnees included Bill Walker, Charlie Wiemers, 
and Bo White. This was the heart of the team that reached 
the NCAA playoffs lost year only to be humiliated by Michigan 
State. 

A newcomer to the Maryland Soccer scene, soon to gain 
fame among the entire population of this large campus was 
Rocco Morelli, native of Italy now hailing from New York. 
Gaining notice as junior college All-Americon while attending 
the some college as Mario Jelencovich and Gioncario Brandoni, 
Rocco come to Maryland and led the team in scoring with a total 
of 15 goals. 

His finest hour come in the NCAA playoff against San Jose 
State. Rocco took over the offensive chores and carried the team 
to a 4-3 victory by scoring all four of the Maryland goals. An- 
other fine hour that few will forget was his prize winning per- 
formance on the Byrd Stadium turf during the St. Louis game in 
which he seemingly "succumbed" at least four or five times only 
to recover and further intimidate their goalie. Rocco added 
color to the team as well as the sport itself, and in his own 
colorful way should be a shoe-in for Ail-American honors. 

The offensive honors due others were somewhat over- 
shadowed by Rocco. Teammates Jerry Chareczko and Larry 
Ruhs carried a large part of the scoring load by finishing second 



and third respectively in offense. Ruhs, last year's leading 
scorer, was outstanding in the victory over George Washington 
'Jniversity. Teaming up with Chareczko, Ruhs scored 4 goals and 
assisted on 3 others. Chareczko contributed 3 goals while play- 
ing only 3 quarters. 

Steady, sure-footed ploy of captain Alvaro Bittencourt con- 
tinually kept the Terps on the offensive while his stalwart de- 
fensive acts killed most enemy attacks. 

The turning point of the season was the win over the Middies 
from Annapolis, the first since 1963. This made the Terps the 
best team in the South and allowed them a bye in the first round 
of the playoffs. 

A strong defensive effort was exerted against a tough Navy 
eleven, one that was indicative of the Terp's ploy all season 
long. Outstanding defensive leaders were Gioncario Brandoni 
and Mario Jelencovich. Goalie Jelencovich, possibly the best in 
college soccer, held regular season opponents to only 9 goals 
while posting 4 shutouts in the process. Center halfback Bran- 
doni, playing the position the way it should be played, stopped 
the opposition's plays before they really could get started. 

Brandoni hod help from the ever ready duo of Les Bernard and 
Melih Sensoy, both having chances for All-Americon honors. 
Freshman halfback Sensoy, and Bernard from his fullback slot, 
combined to form a formidable defense, strong enough to carry 
the Terps to the national championship. 

Looking back on such a successful season mokes it difficult 
not to mention everyone involved in this true team effort. 
Frank Schoon remains the hero of the Navy game with his gome- 
winning goal in the double overtime match. Wolly Williams and 
Paul Stiel kept the team up during the crucial games of the early 
season. Recognition must also be given to the strong bench, a 
definite contributing factor to success. With the likes of Bob 
Connor, Bo White, Frank Delvecchio, Steve Salfeety, and many 
others in reserve, any coach would be happy, Doyle Royal in- 
cluded. 

Very seldom does one hove the privilege to see such a fine 
team as was assembled in 1968. The end of another season 
means the loss of several individuals through either graduation 
or loss of eligibility. Leaving the ranks of the championship 
team are Mario Jelencovich, Gioncario Brandoni, Bob Conner, Bo 
White, Frank Delvecchio, Alvaro Bittencourt. 

These men will, of course, be missed, but the fact that so 
many return next season can only paint on optimistic picture 
for Maryland to retain its number one ranking in 1969. 



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Basketball 



This season the University Basketball team traveled a long, 
hard rood only to find disappointment and frustration at its 
end. But even as the Terps spent most of the 1968-69 season in 
or near the Atlantic Coast Conference cellar, a fast moving brand 
of never-say-die basketball was presented. 

Despite its losing record, Maryland hod several notoble wins 
during the season. Previously unbeaten George Washington Uni- 
versity fell in upset to the scrappy cagers. In turning bock 
Marshall, defending champion of its own tournament, just before 
Christmas and defeating Wichita in the Charlotte Invitational, 
Maryland proved it was capable of winning against some of the 
country's finest teams. 

North Carolina, ranked third nationally, and the highly touted 
South Carolina Gamecocks barely escaped upset at the hands of 
the Terps, with the Tor Heels overcoming a twenty point deficit 
to win in the final two seconds of the game. 

Although the cagers have played somewhat inconsistently 
this season, Will Hetzel and Pete Johnson have both contributed 
rock-like performances. 

A serious, hard working junior, Hetzel leads Maryland play- 
ers in just about every category. After the first 23 gomes, he 
hod been over the 20 point mark 13 times, hod two 34 point 
games bock to back, against Duke and Clemson, and had sank 
approximately 43 percent of his field goal attempts. While 
averaging 12 rebounds a game. Will scored 79 percent from the 
foul line. 

Maintaining his steady offensive production, every point 
brings him closer to the University's all-time scoring record 
of 1,397 points, currently held by Gene Shue, coach of the Balti- 
more Bullets. Besides making the All-Tournament teams of both 
the Charlotteville and Marshall Invitational tournaments. Will 
has joined the elite group of Maryland's top ten all-time scorers. 
Praising his serious candidate for AII-ACC honors, head Coach 
Frank Fellows commented; "A coach couldn't ask for more from 
any player." 

Complimenting Hetzel's outstanding ploy, Pete" the rabbit" 
Johnson is famous for his intimidation of players much taller 
than himself. Last year's leading scorer, the 6-0 senior moved 
into sixth place among the all-time Maryland scorers after his 



fantastic performance in Maryland's second meeting with North 
Carolina. 

Possibly in what was one of the finest games of his career; 
Johnson scored 28 points against the tough Tor Heel five and 
sparked the Terps to o near upset. Playing in his last gome in 
Cole Field House, Pete closed out a colorful era in Maryland 
basketball. 

This year Coach Fellows received a pleasant surprise in the 
likes of past Domotha great Mickey Wiles. A transfer from 
Georgia, Mickey broke into the starting lineup early and was not 
to be replaced. The flashy guard took over as quarterback on 
the floor, allowing Pete Johnson to concentrate more on his 
shooting, and engineered many of the team's fast breaks. 

A contribution from the Freshmen team lost year, Dick 
Worthington had a lot to learn. His patience and hard work 
paid dividends the entire season and earned him a starting posi- 
tion on the Terp's squad. The 6-6 sophomore, possibly the best 
leaper on the team, lead the freshmen last year in rebounds. 

Tom Milroy, playing the other guard position, averaged 47 
percent early in the season, leading the team to early victories. 
An auto accident sidelined Milroy port way through the season 
but gained recognition for his quick recovery and strong come- 
back. 

The likes of Rod Horst has mode Maryland's offense click. 
A dedicated, hard working junior. Rod emerged as a double 
figure scorer as he scored 28 points against second ranked 
North Carolina. 

Dick Stobough broke into the starting lineup just before the 
Navy game. The 6-7 sophomore alternated with roommate Chuck 
Worthington for the all-important forward spot. 

Junior Bill Sullivan sat out most of lost season in academic 
trouble. The hustling Sullivan saw limited action on the inside 
this season. 

Homer Warren, Roger Montgomery, and John MocDonold 
round out the rest of the Maryland Squad. 

This has been a very disappointing year for players, coaches, 
and Maryland fans. The Terps record of 2-12 in the ACC did not 
give the fans much to cheer about. 

Possibly the return of Will Hetzel, Mickey Wiles, Chuck 
Worthington and many others, all claiming one more year of 
experience can shorten the "long hard rood" and bring basket- 
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Basketball Team 



Left to right: Standing -Asst. Coach Tom Young, Manager B. Auslander, T. Findreng, C. Worfhington, W. Hetzel, H. Warren, R. Horst, D. Stobaugh, J. Prebuio, 
Coach Frank Fellows, Trainer Kenny Mettler, Freshman Coach Tom Davis, Kneeling- B. Sullivan, R. Montgomery, T. Milroy, P. Johnson, L. Brown, J. Mac- 
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Wrestling 



Maryland wrestling, the essence of hard work, desire, and 
conditioning is possibly the most underrated sport at the Uni- 
versity. The many hours of practice hove paid off for this year's 
more experienced gropplers, and praise must be given to a team 
that well deserves it. 

Led by senior co-captain Gobel Kline, the Maryland squad 
holds one of the toughest schedules in the East by facing teams 
like Michigan State, Army, Lehigh, Iowa State, Penn State and 
Pittsburg. 

The All-American Kline will be out to better his 20-2 record 
of last year, when he finished 4th in the National Athletic Asso- 
ciation finals. 

Honorable mention must be given to two other returnees. 
Curt Callohon and Bob Terrill, both stalwarts of lost year's 
squad that finished 20th in the nation. Earlier this season, Calla- 
han captured first in the East Strausberg Open while Terrill 
finished second in his weight class. 

This year's squad consists of; 123 lb. Bob Terrill, John Baker,- 
130 lb. Dave Reese,- 137 lb. Kevin Gileod,- 145 lb. Curt Callahan,- 
152 lb. Gobel Kline,- 160 lb. Joel Hoon,- 167 lb. Andy Honzlik, Don 
Sisemore,- 177 lb. Randy Umberger,- 191 lb. Howard Zochman and 
Heavyweight Ralph Sonntog. 

Noting the dedication of his wrestlers coach William "Sully" 
Krouse commented, "My wrestlers this year have worked as 
hard as any team I have ever coached." This is evident in all 
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Left to right, front row: J. Baker, J. Paxton, D. Pusey, K. Gilead, J. Linebaugh, B. Terrill. Middle row: Ass't. Coach Jim Arnoult, C. Callahan, J. Haan, G. Kline, 
F. Lehman, J. Schloffer, A. Hanzlik, Mngr. Lonnie Rutledge. Back Row: Head Coach William "Sully" Krouse, J. Dalgwicz, H. Zachmann, L. Swanson, D. Sise- 
more, R. Umberger. 




Swimming 



Tagged during pre-season with the label of mediocrity, 
Maryland's swimming team has taken great strides to 
overcome this stigma and may well be on their way to an 
Atlantic Coast Conference title. 

This year, more than ever, the overall development of 
the team has depended on the development of its freshmen 
swimmers. Graduation of top swimmers such as Doug 
Springer, Jerry Hill, Bruce Alston and Doug Dodge took the 
heart from last year's squad. 





There are several good prospects from the freshmen 
team capable of swimming on the first team, the best pros- 
pects being Gory Goodner, Paul McDonald and Dave Mines. 
Coach Bill Campbell must rely heavily on these freshmen 
to replace the graduates. 

Short on experienced swimmers, Campbell started from 
the bottom and took time to find his best material. His 
patience and persistence have produced such varsity 
standouts as Paul McDonald, olympian Gory Goodner, 
Barry Accorners and Charles Hoffman. 

The real stalwarts of the team ore the returnees from 
last year's squad. Dave Heim, one of the best distance men 
on the East Coast, acts as the big gun for Maryland. The 
strong swimming Heim was awarded the Atlantic Coast 
Conference distance title. Others returning for the 1968 
season ore Joe Schwortzel, Mike Golub, Steve Meleski, and 
co-captain Bob Sikorski. 

Their first hour came in the meet with Penn State as 
they crushed the opponents 73-39, setting eight pool 
records. Three were broken by Ron Brillhort and Ron 
Hoffman, appearing in their first meet of the year after 
missing action due to eligibility rules. 

Future predictions can only be optimistic considering 
the rapid development made by the younger members of 
this year's squad. 



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Cross Country 



Cross country, one of the most underrated sports at the Uni- 
versity, continued its domination of the Atlantic Coast Confer- 
ence by winning its fifth straight title. 

Charlie Shrader, finishing first, led the team through the en- 
tire season. Each race seemed to be a toss-up between Shrader 
or John Baker, lost year's freshmen sensation. The combination 
of Baker- Shrader continually buried other colleges. 

This year's team was one of great determination and courage. 
Russ Taintor, talented freshman, never gave up hopes of run- 
ning during his battle with mono. John Baker returned after a 
painful leg injury to claim his top position. Outstanding effort 
marked this team for success. 

Much credit must be given to Coach Jim Kehoe for his great 
recruiting program. Each year, Maryland gets some of the best 
high school runners in the nation. This influx keeps the runners 
on their toes and offers great intersauod competition. 



The team was strengthened by several outstanding fresh- 
men. Among them were Jim Rosen, Russ Taintor, Sheldon Karlin 
and Don Camero. 

Veterans of Terp harriers in the thick of competition all year 
long were Charlie Shrader, John Baker, Marty Brotemarkle, 
Ernie O'Boyle, and George Minarik. 

The highlight of the undefeated season was the swamping 
of the midshipmen from the Naval Academy. Going into the meet 
with severol men hampered by aggravating injuries, the Terps 
came away with an overwhelming victory. 

The future of the Maryland cross country team seems to be 
in good hands with the majority of the team returning ogain 
next year to bring glory to their school. 






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Front row, left to right: E. Garrett, R. Cirner, T. Thompson, G. Minarik, C. Shrader, R. Wich, D. Starnes, G. Lucas, 2nd row: D. Smith-Coach, C. Warner, M. 
Brotemarkle, E. O'Boyie, B. Betts, J. Jacobs, J. Amoss, B. Carson. 3rd row: J. Stevenson, T, Smith, M. Neff, B. Tipsword, J. Calhoun, E. Kelly, D. Reddlin, G. 
O'Keefe, 4th row: R. Jeffries -Mgr., G. Murray, E. Marks, S. Washburn, D. Donahue, R. Beauchamp, J. Meehan, J. Kehoe-Cooch. 5th row: N. Kouola- 
kides-Coach, J. Williamson, F. Costello, G. Wojtech, J. David, D. Reiss, R. Merritt. 6th row: D. Delmer, W. Donelon, J. Svestko, D. Jones, T. Patterson, A. 
Freaney-Mgr. 7th row: G. Parsons, J. Baker, G. Fries, R. Drescher, J, Honley. 




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Jim Kehoe, Maryland track coach and newly ap- 
pointed athletic director is two-thirds of the way to- 
wards another Atlantic Coast Conference track triple 
crown. This coveted crown consists of Cross Country, 
Indoor and Outdoor Track, three of Maryland's special- 
ties. 

Last year's indoor season reached climax with the 
indoor conference title meet in which Maryland cap- 
tured five individual titles, one relay title, established 
two meet records and clinched its 13th straight ACC 
championship. 

Individual winners included George Wojtech, 600 yd., 
Roland Merritt, 60; Tom Gagner, Pole Vault; Frank 
Costello, high jump; Jack Hanley, Shot Put, John Baker, 
and the two mile relay team. 

The outdoor season, beginning with the Florida Re- 
lays saw the two mile relay team capture a third and 
establish a new University record. 

During the South Carolina Relays at Columbia, the 
Terps performed well and won the dual meet with North 
Carolina. Resuming the southern tour after crushing 
Navy in a dual meet 1 18-27, Maryland scored victories 
in the Columbia Relays and posted a fair showing at 
the Quantico Relays. 

Highlighting the entire season was the ACC Cham- 
pionships. Completely dominating the event, Maryland 
won nine out of a possible seventeen ACC events. In 
the process, the tracksters broke six conference and 
two University records, while capturing their 17th 
straight conference championship. 

To finish her very successful campaign, Maryland's 
track team defeated powerful Villanovo, holders of the 
national indoor track championship in a season-ending 
dual meet in 1968. 

Maryland has made it known to all that once again 
she will field another powerhouse this year by crush- 
ing the Naval Academy in their annual encounter. Ke- 
hoe's track machine placed first in all 12 events held 
in the meet. 

This season the Terps will once again rely on the 
speed of Roland Merritt, 60 yard IC4A Champion. Ralph 
Jones will add that much needed punch the sprint de- 
partment needs. 

John Baker, who has run a metric mile equivalent of 
four minute mile will hold down the distance events 
while the shorter races go to George Woiteck and Jim 
Meehan. Wojtech handles the 600 yard and Meehan 
runs the lOOOyorder. 

The grueling two-mile run is adequately handled by 
ACC Cross Country champion Charlie Shrader along 
with Russ Traintor, a sophomore. 

Members of the all-important one mile relay include 
George Wojtech, Roland Merritt, Jim Calhoun and Ernie 
O'Keefe. Maryland's two mile team is composed of 
John Baker, Jim Meehan, Ernie O'Boyle, Marty Brote- 
markle and George Minarik. 

In the field events, Rich Drescher will handle the dis- 
cuss while Jack Hanley will put the shot. John William- 
son competes in the pole vault, in which he has already 
set the Navy Fieldhouse record. Elliot Garrett more than 
adequately handles the long jump along with John David 
in the high jump. 

Again this season the Maryland track team enjoys 
the depth and balance that has allowed it to excel! in- 
Cross Country and Indoor track, and looks forward to 
excellence during the outdoor campaign. 





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Lacrosse 



Lacrosse, though not as well known as most college sports, 
offers an exciting brand of fast, rough and tumble action. The 
University of Maryland, in keeping with these standards, con- 
sistently fields one of the finest teams in the nation. 

This season, coaches John "Hezzie" Howard and Rennie 
Smith were faced with the unavoidable problem of rebuilding 
the Maryland attack. Although All-American Steve LaVoute was 
returning, replacing the likes of Alan Lowe and Jack Heim 
was not easy. They hod to look no further than the midfield, 
and quickly converted Doug Carter from middie to attackman. 
While taking the pressure off LoVaute, Carter added that 
needed punch and finished in scoring. LoVaute despite injury, 
has his usual brilliant season, this one being his lost. 

Maryland had the makings of a championship team simply 
because of the large number of returnees from lost year's squad. 
This fact alone that Maryland had depth in most positions, 
especially midfield, opened the door to a successful campaign. 
Starting the season all wrong, the Terps were tied by Princeton 
and in the process lost star attackman Bart Ellinger. The sloppy 
ploy indicated that much work was still needed if they planned 
to contend for a second straight national title. 

Several reasons for the team's future victories were veteran 
midfielders Steve Pfeiffer, Bruce Hinkle, and Charlie Liembach, 
all playing in their last season. Hinkle consistently came up with 
the crucial foceoffs while Liemback, always close at hand gave 
assistance anywhere it was needed. The steady play of Steve 
Pfeiffer was significant in his being chosen the only Terp for 
All-American honors. Bruce Picarillo, Reed Kaester and many 
others formed the tough midfield units, some of the best in the 
nation. 

Tri champions lost year, the Terps were denied individual 
honor because of their loss to Navy. Taking a 23-2-1 record and 
a perfect season into the clash with the midshipmen, Maryland 



gained its 24th win, the first over Navy in nine years. 

Five different Terps scored goals in this tough defensive bat- 
tle which saw outstanding defensemen Hugh Mollon, Jack Doily 
and Craig Hubbard limit the Middies to only three goals. Terp 
goalie Norm Vonderschuyt proved himself to be one of the best in 
the country with his performance around the nets. 

Beating Navy was the high point of the season for the team 
OS well as happy coach Howard. Commenting on the outcome 
of the rest of the season Howard concluded, "We beat them- 
ond to me that represents a successful season." 

Convincing victories over North Carolina and Virginia gave 
the stickers the Atlantic Coast Conference title. The only thing 
standing between them and the notional championship was 
Johns Hopkins, who the Terps hod beaten lost year to gain a 
shore of the coveted crown. 

The victory over Virginia hod been costly, leaving the team 
physically beaten and without the services of defensemon Craig 
Hubbard. On May 18, 1968, the Terps dropped from the ranks of 
the undefeated by losing to a fired up Johns Hopkins eleven, 
10-8. They had come so close yet now were so far away. 

It had been an uphill struggle the entire season with num- 
erous injuries to key players keeping the Terps from reaching 
full effectiveness, yet they finished second in the nation. This 
is truly a tribute to the many hard fighting Maryland players and 
determined coaches who operate in the gome of intercollegiate 
lacrosse. 

In addition to first team All-American honors presented Steve 
Pfeiffer, several team members mode the second team. These 
were goalie Norm Vonderschuyt, defensemon Hugh Mollon, mid- 
fielder Charlie Liembach and attackman Steve LoVaute. Two 
others received honorable mention. 




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Baseball 



Despite a 2-1 loss to Penn State in their season's finale, the Univer- 
sity Diamondmen, under the watchful eye of head coach. Jack Jackson, 
compiled the best record of any Terp nine in history. 

The outstanding record of nineteen wins, six losses, and one tie 
resulted in a .731 percentage, thus surpassing that of the 1950 team 
whose 20-8 record was good for .714. During this 1968 season, five 
of the six games lost were by one run, while the sixth was by two runs. 

This year's team hod strength in both offense and defense, with 
major contributions coming from the highly talented pitching staff. 
Two big winners were juniors Mike Herson (5-0) and Tom Bradley 
(5-2). Other top notch performances were turned in by George Monz 
(4-2) and Mark Harris (1-1) both seniors. 

Ranked as one of the best in the nation, the pitching staff hod the 
lowest Earned Run Average in the entire country. The staff also boasts 
of three men signing professional contracts. They ore Mike Herson, 
George Monz, and Tom Bradley. 

The team as a whole, led by freshman outfielder Jim Morris, batted 
.285. Morris, a native of Seoford, Long Island, hit .421 for 21 games. 
This was good enough to get him the Atlantic Coast Conference batting 
crown and mode the first .400 hitter since Jim Pitt, who set on ACC 
batting record with a .460 average in 1964. Other players swinging 
big bats were Gene Hiser (.299) and Bob Simpson (.287). 

Except for Morth Carolina which nipped theTerps in both games of 
a double-header here on May 11, (1-0) and (2-1), Maryland took its 
three game series with every conference rival it played. Compiling 
an ACC record of 12-5-1, the Terps finished in third place. 




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Tennis 



After finishing a season of thirteen victories with only 
three defeats, most coaches would have been more than happy. 
Not so with Doyle Royal, head tennis coach at the University. 
His team's exceptional record was only good enough to secure 
third place in the Atlantic Coast Conference. 

The netmen made on early show of strength in the Cherry 
Blossom Tournamfent held on their home court. During the en- 
tire three days of competition, Maryland did not loose a single 
set. 

individual effort the essence of victory, is an area where 
John Schaffer, leader of the young Terps, excelled. Playing out of 
his number one seeded position, Schaffer had trouble reaching 
his potential but teamed up with second seed Dove Werchen to 
take the number one doubles match during the post season ACC 
tournament. 

Third seeded Nick Mackaronko, only a freshman truly was 
the outstanding player of the 1969 season. While losing only 
one match the entire season, Nick has the distinction of being 
the only Terp to take a singles title in the ACC. 

Considering the stellar performances turned in by all Terp 
netmen this post season, the 1969 campaign should develop 
a banner year, especially since they don't lose a single member 
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Front row, left to right: G. Kleiner, F. Liss, J. Schoeffer, A. Cohen, R. Harrington. Back row: Coach Royal, D. Werchen, C. Scher, D. Bennett, B. Speckmonn, 
N. Makarenko, R. Buck-Lew, J. McCullough, (manager) 




Golf 



Pre-season predictions calling for the 1 968 golf team to 
be one of the most talented and exciting in the University's 
history were well on their way toward realization even be- 
fore the start of the season itself. An overabundance of 
talent was directly responsible for several experienced 
players of past years' teams failing to make the cut during 
the trial rounds held in Spring. 

The squad finally chosen to represent the University 
exhibited experience with Tom Medlin, Henri de Lozier, 
and the very talented Tom Walsh. Three other teammates, 
Bill Ziobro, Brian Willard and hard-hitting Charlie Zink 
added maturity and leadership with their tournament 
knowledge. Waiting to draw on this experience and knowl- 
edge were two outstanding freshmen golfers, Mike Micko 
and Bill Colfee. 

Excellent individual efforts during the entire season 
resulted in a third place finish in the Atlantic Coast Con- 
ference, possibly one of the strongest golf conferences in 
the nation. Despite the fact that only two matches were 
played on the home course, Maryland golfers still managed 
to win 8 of their 12 matches, finishing the year with a 4-4 
record in the ACC. 

Outstanding performer for the Terps was Brian Willard, 
leader in the best individual round average and forth place 
title holder in the ACC championships. Bill Ziobro and Bill 
Calfee also excelled in steady play. 

With six of eight matches scheduled on the home course 
in 1969 and several returnees from last year's squad. 
Coaches Frank Cronin and Barry Rodenhover ore looking 
ahead to this coming season with great interest. 




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Commuters 



The car is the symbol of American mobil- 
ity. It is also the symbol of the Maryland 
commuter. A stereotype perhaps -but it's 
impossible to stereotype the diversity of 
Maryland's 18,000 commuters. 

Cramming in the library. Debate in front 
of Taliaferro. A Macke lunch. A few rays on 
the mall. A nop in the car. Quiet conversa- 
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The University Commuters Association 
has a big job: trying to draw the group to- 
gether. Making a mosaic out of the bits 
and pieces. How do they do it? The Year of 
the Moose. Auto rallies. Car pools. Touch 
football. Coffee House. Commuter's Den. 
At the current time it reaches only a small 
segment of the off campus population, but 
it's grasping for more. Frustration for 
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long ride home. The apartment. Serves 
OS the cure-all and panacea for dining 
hall refugees and Greeks who can't 
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Most of the problems stem from 
keeping house. Dividing the work. 
Meals: TV dinners and McDonald's may 
help- in a frenzy of domesticity one 
might even see a homecooked dinner. 
The eternal stack of dishes -usually 
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ments. There's always home. Parents. 
Family, give and take. Remnants of 
curfew and trying to prove that you're 
an adult. Easy for some. A trial for 
others. Another facet of the commut- 
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During the past year, the Greek system 
has been a study of contrast and con- 
troversy. Perhaps more has been written 
and discussed about fraternities and 
sororities this year than ever before. 
And, of course, there are always two 
sides to the story. But this year both 
sides have been brought out and debated 
forcefully, via the DBK, the Greek, fire- 
side chats, or just the bull session. 

Fraternities and sororities are social 
organizations. On Friday and Saturday 
nights, fraternity parties provide a time 
to relax, unwind, and take a break from 
school. Whether it's a theme party with 
Bonnie & Clyde or a Christmas party 
with Santa Clous and presents, the 
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But "social" means more than parties 
and gigifs. It also implies one's duty to 
others, and in this regard, Greeks spon- 
sor many philanthropic and charity 
functions. Some houses have orphans 
parties at Christmas and Easter. Other 
provide financial support for clinics, 
charity, scholarships, or for a child in 
an underprivileged country. Still others 
organize community action projects, 
such as cleaning up College Park or build- 
ing a playground in a low income area. 
Helping others is certainly a less pub- 
licized but major aspect of fraternity 
and sorority life. 





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Competition, another keynote of the 
Greek system, strengthens each house, 
and serves as a prime source of unity 
within each house as well. The pride 
of winning, the spirit generated by 
participating, together with the bond 
of brotherhood bring an intangible feel- 
ing of satisfaction which makes the work 
worthwhile. And yet organizations such 
OS IFC and Panhel moke it easy for the 
individual Greek houses to support 
the entire system. 

Partying, yet helping,- competing, yet 
supporting. These ore all elements of 
Greek life at the University. 

However, there ore problems, too. No 
system is perfect. No system can ignore 
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The Greek system has been part of much 
controversy this year. Greeks have a her- 
itage, a tradition. And this tradition is being 
challenged. Greeks are no longer isolated. 
Their off-campus "community" is no longer 
just a suburb of the University. Newer 
groups which do not have this tradition, 
question the system. 

Other campus organizations have 
charged that Greeks ore discriminating 
against blacks. The Campus Coalition 
Against Racism and University individuals 
ore demanding that Greeks change their 
membership requirements, especially the 
block ball practice. 

Much discussion has begun as a result of 
the changing attitudes both toward Greeks 
and among Greeks. But where all this will 
lead is, at present, a matter of conjecture. 
Nevertheless, all valid criticism and sug- 
gestions ore seriously considered. 

The year 1969 has been a year of change 
for all men. And so it may be for the Greek 
system. But change, where change is 
needed, con only bring improvement. 



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Left to Right; first row: P. Kratzer, D. Hatfield, D. Morris, J. Sakers, H. Oney, V. McKewin, B. Allen. Second row: B. Parker, M. Lackett, T. 
Ough, G. Holtje, H. Pinson, V. Burns, S. Moores, T. Shaner, F. Luke, B. Albrecht, H. Eisenberg. Third row; B. Carlson, D. Hodge, B. Bates, 
D. Carter, J, Kousouris, J. Simpson, J. Hannon, G. Lasses, D. Burns, B. Royce, A. Jerk, B. Attinger, P. Constaides, T. Ferry, U. Dude, J. Gold- 
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1. J. Kousouris, 2. P. Spinello, 3. S. Coburn, 4. M. Dutterer, pres.; 5. P. Ruehl, 6. M. 
Pyles, 7. G. Moneypenny, 8. B. Anderson, 9. S. Moores, 10. B. Landes, 11. D. King, 
12. B. McHugh, 13. J. Sakers, 14. B. Albrecht, 15. B. Allen, v. pres.,- 16. V. McKewin, 
sec. - treas.; 1 7. T. Shaner. 







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1. N. Sanders, 2. D. Cypes, 3. F. Arturi, 4. B. Koenig, 5. E. Fry, 6. G. Moneypenny, 7, P. Ruehl, 8. D. 
Sykes 9 M Kalogris, 10. S. Moores, 1 1. P. Fleming, 12. M. Lackett, 13. R. Clark, 14. D. Burns, 15. B. 
Landes 16. D. Katz, 17. D. Ward, 18. J. Sakers, 19. V. McKewin, 20. J. King, 21. T. Shaner, 22. L. 
Silber 23 G Beyers, 24. E. Perry, 25. R. Koeneke, 26. D. Heffernan, 27. J. Starling, 28. L. Rixhan, 
29 S McGroth 30. M. Paris, 31 . P. Robertson, 32. B. Allen, 33. D. Bunty, 34. T. Ray, 35. T. Povlmic, 
36. M. Pyles, 37. B. Bates, 38. B. Hunt, 39. S. Burns, 40. R. Falconer, 41. J. Sisson, 42. P. Benezra, 
43. B. Anderson, 44. B. McHugh, 45. L. David, 46. U. R. Kapote. 



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Left to right, seated: P. Padden, A. Richmond, M. Dutterer. 
Standing: T. Shaner, S. Wellschlager, J. Roth. 



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1. S. Kahn, 2. N. Antonocci, 3. S. Lazar, 4. J. Kearns-Preston, 5. S. Blonken, 6. S. 
Wellborn, 7. B. Howe, 8. J. Crawford, 9. J. Gehringer, 1 0. J. Knox, 11 . D. Jennings, 
12. D. Pringle, 13. M. Brehner, 14. F. Tzanis, 15. B. Palmer, 16. G. Long, 17. K. 
Walsh, 18. D. Champo, 19. S. Solie,20. M. Phipps, 21. M. Sullivan. 



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Row 1 : D. Jones, C. Steele, C. Whitaker, K. Burke, C. Caparoso, P. Sullivan, M. Bisker, E. Holland, J. Briggs. Row 2: L. Morris, J. Evans, C. Sacks, S. Lazar- 
Sec, L. Lawf.on-Pres., J. Davis-Trees., J. Peleconos-V.P., N. Munson, B. Bendy, B. Reeves. Row 3: E. Cirillo, E. Gorin, K. Kells, S. Solie, S. Richards, B. Hal- 
stead, B. Cooper, F. Tzanis, L. Reichel, J. Gehringer, L. Ritchie, C. Machis, P. Duff, K. Duncan, M. Gemmell, M. Phipps, K. Walsh, C. Walker, K. Callahan, M. 
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6. 


L. 


Nayler 


7. 


P. 


Keenan 


8. 


P. 


Jonitz 


9. 


R. 


Garretson 


10. 


S. 


Buckwalter 


11. 


C. 


Stuart 


12. 


A 


Caizzo 


13. 


C 


Beneke 


14. 


W 


. Costello 


15 


C 


Sterling 


16 


c 


Little 


17 


J. 


Widner 


18 


B 


Young 


328 


Greeks 



19. 


S. Stewart 


20. 


P. Russell 


21. 


L Smith 


22. 


B. Timmermans 


23. 


B. Hogston 


24. 


M. Infante 


25. 


B. Zulle 


26. 


D. Denny 


27. 


P. Hong 


28. 


J. Robinson 


29. 


B. Boranowski 


30. 


C. Hollister 


31. 


J. Assonte 


32. 


M. Murphy 


33. 


M. O'Neil 


34. 


M. Welsh 


35. 


M. Bitz 


36. 


S. Callahan 



37. 


M. Sane 


38. 


B. Dalfonzo 


39. 


M. Dalfonzo 


40. 


L. Koerler 


41. 


K. Botes 


42. 


S. Nodeon 


43. 


P. Winslow 


44. 


M. Marsh 


45. 


D. Yates 


46. 


L. Jacobs 


47. 


J. Kenny 


48. 


N. Wandres 


49. 


P. Klinges 


50. 


M. Strudwich 


51. 


C. Steele- Pres 


52. 


B. Grim 


53. 


J. Modesitt 


54. 


J. Zonelotti 



55. 


M 


. Yopes 


56. 


J. 


Stochitas 


57. 


M 


. Gordon 


58. 


Mrs. G. Watts 


59. 


S. 


Staoke 


60 M 


s. G. Dutton- 






House Mother 


61. 


B. 


Miller 


62. 


X. 


Bui 


63. 


L. 


Bowers 


64, 


K. 


Rsome-V Pres 


65. 


N 


Vouglas 


66. 


N 


Reynaud 


67. 


S. 


Wiggins 


68. 


N 


Stevens 


69. 


D 


Allen 


70. 


J. 


Young 




Alpha Chi Omega 




Emphasis on individuality ... a red carna- 
tion . . . colorsof scarlet and olive green . . . 
and the lyre pin -Founded at DePauw Uni- 
versity in 1885 . . . located on College Ave- 
nue-Supporting such interests as cere- 
bral palsy drive . . . Easter Seals . . . 
founding and maintaining McDowell 
Colony for people with artistic inclina- 
tions . . . co-sponsoring the Easter Egg 
Hunt for charity . . . ready to aid and 
strengthen others- But not overlooking 
the social life . . . Homecoming . . . Winter 
Formal?! . . . Pledge Debut, complete with 
queen finalist . . . GIGIFS . . . Vous . . . 
parties . . . post-curfew sessions . . . Work- 
ing together in campus activities ... IF 
Sing . . . "Let a winner lead the way" . . . 
spirit . . . psych . . . "Born 1885, Dying to 
Win Derby Day" -Active on campus . . . 
organizations . . . honoraries-Studying 
hard . . . pledges trying to make grades . . . 
and actives trying to maintain grades . . . 
not always easy with the numerous, and 
often welcome, distractions . . . midnight 
pantry raids . . . serenades ... a rash of 
composite stealings ... but all in fun- 
Most important is the bond of deep and 
sincere friendships . . . more than a word 
... a feeling ... a sisterhood of individuals. 




Greeks 329 



Alpha Delta Pi 




Founded in 1851 at Wesleyan Female 
College in Macon, Georgia . . . came to 
Maryland in 1940 .. . located on College 
Avenue . . . blue and white colors, with a 
house to match-Sixty girls living under 
the motto "We live for each other" - 
A busy year . . . Rush, featuring a show- 
boat party . . . open house, set of eight, 
four, preference, and then . . . little 
ADPi's and lots of noise . . . candles and 
pledge pins . . . tears and shouts . . . and 
then the pranks begin . . . What, no lights? 
. . . What, no pillows?-Campus activities, 
too . . . Harmony Hall . . . garters and 
legs . . . Sock it to 'em-Sponsoring a 
Charity Dance with Phi Delt, with pro- 
ceeds going to Maryland Rehabilitation 
Center- Proud of having Pan-Hel Presi- 
dent, Miss Campus Chest Queen, fratern- 
ity sweethearts, SGA legislator, scholars, 
reporters, and other sisters active in 
diverse campus organizations — We get 
psyched for anything we do . . . like WRA 
Marathon Swim, winning sorority Olym- 
pics, or a philanthropic toy drive- 
Having our share of in-house fun, too . . . 
the excitement of a visit from the Grand 
National President ... and the thrill of a 
candlelight ... a flood in the basement . . . 
a "dirt chairman" ... a "fuzz ball chair- 
man" for the new rug . . . plus the satisfac- 
tion of supporting Carmen, an 11 year old 
Bolivian orphan ... but most of all, as our 
song says, "ADPi is to me, a wealth of 
friendship." 




330 Greeks 



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1. p. Goodloe 

2. B. Lavallee 

3. J. Dougan 

4. L. Halter 

5. R. Cianelli 

6. A. Hardman 

7. C. McDonough 

8. M. Frick 

9. M. Harkins 

10. J. Bergner 

11. D. Flocker 

12. S. Doles 

13. J. Scalise 

14. J. Glunt, Corr. Sec. 

15. R. Farrell, Second 
Vice Pres. 

16. J. Delbrook 

17. K. Burns 



18. K. Walsh 


35. 


M. Seabode 


52. 


E. Nash 


19. A. Brundige 


36. 


M. Micrett 


53. 


E. King 


20. E. Scerbo 


37. 


T. Davis 


54. 


L. Pellegrino 


21. J. Hollister 


38. 


K. Conrad 


55. 


J. Crawford 


22. J. Vizard 


39. 


D. Hunt 


56. 


M. Smith 


23. J. Warner 


40. 


D. Kuyrendall 


57. 


L. Thompson 


24. J. Sneddon 


41. 


M. Harrison 


58. 


G. Riggs 


25. P. Wingert 


42. 


B. Shaw, Treas. 


59. 


J. Zabriskie 


26. L. Morris, First Vice Pres. 


43. 


M. Krueger, Rec. Sec. 


60. 


J. Cosner 


27. B. Hamill, Pres. 


44. 


M. Wachter 


61. 


A. Wilson 


28. Mrs. Gryska, 


45. 


S. Kurtz 


62. 


G. Coombs 


Housemother 


46. 


B. Shan 


63. 


L. Gorman 


29. C. Schmitt 


47. 


K. Pechulis 


64. 


D. Badin 


30. B. Johnson 


48. 


E. Griggs 


65. 


D. Morrison 


31. P. McCabe 


49. 


T. Wright 


66. 


T. Bugel 


32. C. Schmid 


50. 


V. Streep 


67. 


B. Brandt 


33. B. Brown 


51. 


G. Jensen 






34. S. Waggenheim 








Greeks 331 




1. C. Stoolman 


21. S. Kaufman 


41. 


P. Sklar 


2. L. Ehrlich 


22. S. Zucker 


42. 


M. Armon 


3. L. Stein 


23. B. Needel-Treas. 


43. 


B. Cohen 


4. C. Szafir 


24. B. Kind 


44. 


A. Salzman 


5. L. Hoch 


25. T. Hettleman 


45. 


1. Solomon 


6. B. Bondy 


26. M. Solotoff 


46. 


E. Beches 


7. M. Litwin 


27. M. Levitas 


47. 


C. Katzman 


8. J.Katz 


28. N. Levitas 


48. 


S. Katz 


9. S. Leviton-Pres. 


29. G. Abramowitz 


49. 


S. Begun 


10. J. Goldstein- 1 St V. P. 


30. J. Sterling 


50. 


T. Privot 


11. S. Pearl 


31. E. Baker 


51. 


N. Wineburgh 


12. R. Weissman 


32. M. Mettleman 


52. 


L. Smolen 


13. N.Jagust 


33. L. Zetlin 


53. 


S. Reicher 


14'. K. Grill 


34. K. Sulcov 


54. 


D. Sandler 


15. D. Korn 


35. J.Simon 


55. 


L. Greenstone 


16. L.Jacobs 


36. K. Kreil 


56. 


H. Dubick 


17. P. Pollack 


37. E. Dinkin 


57. 


R. Safro 


18. F.Phillips 


38. M. Borowsky 


58. 


S. Woolf 


19. E. Sofro 


39. M. Molamut 


59. 


D. Kanofsky 


20. M. Slottery- 


40. B. Teplin 


60. 


L. Jacobson 


Housemother 









61. 


S. Engel 


62. 


S. Bordow 


63. 


S. Swersky 


64. 


J. Mcndelker 


65. 


L Bondy 


66. 


L. Gottlieb 


67. 


F. Rothstein 


68. 


P. Fine 


69. 


B. Israel 


70. 


B. Coburn 


71. 


L. Becker 


72. 


P. Colby 


73. 


S. Good 




Alpha Epsilon Phi 




A E Phi means keeping busy . . . our annual 
Halloween party for a local orphanage . . . 
kids and candy and pumpkins and more 
kids . . . parents weekend when everyone 
tests his luck on casino night . . . and even 
wins . . . having a great time putting up our 
Homecoming float . . . even if it did rain . . . 
holding our annual Alumni Brunch . . . test- 
ing our brains every afternoon watching 
"Jeopardy" . . . and playing the game at 
night when we really should be studying 
. . . changing places with the bus-boys one 
night year . . . and serving them . . . A E 
Phi means spirit . . . throwing raincoats 
over pajamas to greet late night serenod- 
ers . . . dressing up for Thanksgiving din- 
ner OS pilgrims and Indians . . . eating on all 
red meal on Valentine's Day . . . singing old 
rock and roll tunes between dinner and 
dessert . . . laughing at all the crazy things 
that go on ... A E Phi, most of all, means 
friendship . . . sitting in the audience cheer- 
ing on our Miss Maryland contestant . . . 
waiting at trees to hong campaign posters 
for a sister . . . staying up all night to study 
for an exam, knowing your sister is awake 
for the same reason . . . watching one of 
your sisters blow out the candle at a 
condlelighting . . . and being really thrilled 
that she's pinned . . . and most of all just 
being friends with the greatest group of 
girls in the world. 



L 



Greeks 333 



Alpha Epsilon Pi 




Established at Maryland 1940 .. . Delta 
Deuteron chapter . . . growing from 25 
members to 100 .. . striving for quality 
over quantity . . . brotherhood is not just a 
catchword -boasting an outstanding 
social season . . . parties every week- 
end .. . highlighted by parties at Home- 
coming . . . New Year's . . . away weekend 
-Strong scholastically . . . placing second 
and third academically in past years-also 
stressing work projects . . . Easter Seal 
Drive . . . Cerebral Palsy . . . hosting 
mental patients at Maryland home foot- 
ball games -Always participating in in- 
tramural sports . . . three shutout victories 
in IM football this season -Gaining 
strength from graduating seniors . . . gain- 
ing spirit and individuality from the resi- 
dent director . . . gaining beauty from our 
sweetheart- Enjoying life on the Row . . . 
relaxing in front of the tube . . . midnight 
bull sessions . . . study breaks . . . strolling 
to the Hall ... or the Grill -co-sponsoring 
the Easter Egg Hunt . . . proceeds going to 
charity- Rushing . . . pledging . . . pranks 
. . . good times . . . brotherhood. 




334 Greeks 




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1. G. Hayes -Treas. 


22. 


L. Apple 


2. A. Levy-Rec 


Sec. 


23. 


B. Silverman 


3. N. King 




24. 


S. Abrams 


4. A. Benesch- 


Pres. 


25. 


R. Denenberg 


5. L Roth-V.P. 




26. 


D. Fishbein 


6. B. Hendin-Corr. Sec. 


27. 


B. Loffermon 


7. R. Wheeler 




28. 


J. Roden 


8. A. Moien 




29. 


A. Kaplan 


9. L. Closer 




30. 


L. Kohl 


10. M. Barth 




31. 


R. Kramer 


11. H. Saiontz 




32. 


B. Babiskin 


12. M. Sitrick 




33. 


M. Millman 


13. N. Eisemon- 


Sweetheart 


34. 


J. Greenfield 


14. S. Moged 




35. 


G. Glaser 


15. M. Highstein 




36. 


A. Hoffman 


16. G. Hankin 




37. 


J. Hyman 


17. K.Fisher 




38. 


M. Weiner 


18. B. Feldman 




39. 


E. Adier 


19. H. Goodman 




40. 


J. Katz 


20. L. Spector 




41. 


J. Brosmon 


21. P. Benezra 




42. 


S. Frahm 



43. 


D. Zinn 


44. 


S. Einbinder 


45. 


M. Stern 


46. 


T. Sandler 


47. 


M. Lechter 


48. 


B. Feig 


49. 


B. Sattler 


50. 


S. Cochell 


51. 


S. Kiviat 


52. 


S. Lansman 


53. 


J. Gordon 


54. 


L. Friedheim 


55. 


T. Ruddie 


56. 


B. Edwards 


57. 


B. Davis 


58. 


S. Wood 


59. 


B. Boron 


60. 


B. Bleiweis 


61. 


E. Levitan 


62. 


S. Feit 


63. 


R. Kupersmith 



64. M. Weinraub 

65. L. Swerdlin 

66. S. Sagel 

67. Z. Yolles 

68. G. Euzent 

69. G. Goodman 

70. G. Cohen 

71. A. Chamovitz 

72. L. Oppenheim 

73. R. Rubin 

74. L. Galzynski 

75. J. Singer 

76. L. Jaffe 

77. G. Storms 

78. G. Potasky 

79. F. Sachs 

80. R. Rowan 

81. Jeffrey Miller Memorial 

Shrub 




1. 


L. 


Guild 




2. 


S. 


Pitts 




3. 


s. 


Vance 




4. 


p. 


Shapiro 




5. 


p. 


Cremeans 




6. 


c. 


Grennon 




7. 


K. 


Johnson 




8. 


C 


Brophy 




9. 


D 


Tewell 




10. 


C 


Powers 




11. 


S 


Babe -Trees. 




12. 


L. 


Schevitz-2nd. 


Pres. 


13. 


P 


Lowweli- Record. Sec 


,14. 


L 


Hollond 




15. 


L 


Oursier 




16 


P 


Duff-Pres. 




336 


Greeks 





17. 


M 


Liden-lst. V. Pre 


18. 


C. 


Fehler 


19. 


B. 


Fain 


20. 


J. 


Jones- Corres. Sec 


21. 


J. 


Kearns- Preston 


22. 


S. Taylor 


23. 


B. 


Liden 


24. 


M 


. Page 


25. 


S. 


Soich 


26. 


L. 


Blatz 


27. 


K 


Dunn 


28. 


H 


Anderson 


29. 


E. 


Miller 


30. 


L. 


Natiello 


31 


C 


Motsko 


32 


J. 


Woodward 



33. C. Andrews 

34. K. Duncan 

35. R. Moncure 

36. S. Leonard 

37. M. Norton 

38. J. Brady 
40. M. Kizale 

R. Long 
G. White 
L. McCron 

44. K. Roese 

45. M. Grimm 

46. L. Lightfoot 

47. J. Shavell 

48. J. Lovell 



41. 
42. 
43. 



49. 


P. McGuire 


50. 


P. Moroney 


51. 


S. Ralph 


52. 


N. Ridgely 


53. 


N. Vera 


54. 


E. Roberts 


55. 


R. Kaylor 


56. 


D. Smith 


57. 


H. Norris 


58. 


D. Wynn 


59. 


L. Potter 


60. 


P. Hegarty 


61. 


N. Antonocci 


62. 


C. Michie 


63. 


C. Fisher 


64. 


K. Rosch 




Alpha Gamma Delta 




Founded over 60 years ago . . . currently 
over 100 chapters . . . international . . . 
each different-each unique ... yet a com- 
mon bond . . . Maryland chapter, 1947 . . . 
pin of pearl . . . like each sister . . . individ- 
ual yet port of one sisterhood . . . E 
pluribus unum . . . flower— red and buff 
rose . . . warmth, love, sincerity . . . colors 
— red, buff, green . . . true friendships . . . 
a whole house-full ... a friend when you're 
feeling blue ... a bridge gome to get your 
mind off tomorrow's midterm . . . pride in 
heritage . . . Notional Altruistic Project- 
minimal brain damage . . . Alpha Gams on 
campus . . . Chapel Choir . . . Diomondback 
. . . social happenings . . . monthly "Be Kind 
to Faculty" Day-take your favorite prof 
to dinner . . . hence, an Apple-polishers . . . 
exchange dinners with busboys . . . turn- 
about is fair ploy ... or do unto others- 
then cut out . . . more dignified-Winter 
Formal ... "I can find only one long white 
glove!" . . . Pledge Debut . . . long sweeping 
dresses . . . correct etiquette . . . proud 
parents . . . admiring beaux . . . Spring 
Formal ... a rock-on after party . . . AGD 
. . . remembered for warmth of smile . . . 
love of the world . . . sincerity in dealing 
with oil people. 



Greeks 337 



Alpha Gamma Rlio 




National in Indianapolis, 1904 . . . chapter 
in College Park, 1928 . . . green and gold . . . 
heritage and philosophy of development 
. . . achievement for self and also for good 
of fraternity . . . Demeter, guardian of the 
harvest . . . pin, a sheaf of whea\ . . . cam- 
pus politics-Old Line . . . sports-foot- 
ball, baseball, wrestling . . . honoraries- 
ODK President, Kalegathos, Alpha Zeta . . . 
not all books and pencils . . . busy social 
schedule . . . Spring Formal . . . gigifs . . . in- 
house parties . . . South Sea Islands-grass 
huts . . . palm trees . . . dancing girls . . . 
shades of the Old West . . . "you can tell 
they're the good guys: they all wear white 
hats" . . . "Gimme a shot of redeye" . . . 
"Put 'er there, podnahl" . . . fellowship and 
good will . . . build a playground in Lake- 
land . . . tote that bar, lift that bail . . . 
make a better community for the next gen- 
eration . . . Roadblock . . . stop this gener- 
ation to plan ahead . . . sponsored winning 
queen for Campus Chest ... "a glass of 
water for a job well done" . . . inside joke 
... the sorority housemother who tries 
to cramp the activities of her girls on 
weekends . . . camaraderie . . . individual 
strength from bonds of fellowship . . . 
leadership and brotherhood . . . AGR . . . 
valuable lessons of life. 




338 Greeks 






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1. L. Ramsburg 

2. J. Knauff 

3. R. Brush 

4. D. Bunty 

5. J. Podlesny 

6. P. Robertson -Pres. 

7. D. Seabrease-Treas. 

8. J. Fielder 

9. P. Baker 

0. J. Robertson 

1. B. Brendol 

2. S. Ripple 

3. F. Thompson 

4. D.Watson 



15. 


R. Aird 


16. 


F. Covey 


17. 


D. Dunn 


18. 


J. Norris 


19. 


E. Fry 


20. 


S. O'Briant 


21. 


J. Robison 


22. 


T. Sidor 


23. 


D. Esmond 


24. 


T. Miller 


25. 


B. Ensor 


26. 


B. Simpson 


27. 


Mrs. Bernard- 




Housemother 


28. 


B. Summers 



29. 
30. 
3 



P. Brown 
R. Robeson 
V. LoDuca 



32. M. MacDanolds 



33. 
34. 
35. 



S. Taylor 
J. Hoffman 
J. Laws-V.P. 

36. J. Wrightson 

37. E. Johnson 

38. W. Kurtz 

39. G. Perrygo 

40. J. Suit -Sec. 

41. A. Shepord 

42. J. Francis 



43. 


C. Williams 


44. 


J. Swyka 


45. 


J. Anderson 


46. 


D. Dickson 


47. 


B. Bratten 


48. 


B. Dungey 


49. 


W. Rokos 


50. 


K. Wrightson 


51. 


R. Moser 


52. 


J. Jones 


53. 


J. Long 


54. 


B. Merritt 



Greeks 339 




1. K. Smith 


17. 


M. Clayton 


32. 


C. Scott 


61. 


C. O'Brien 


2. S. Jaacks 


18. 


N. Lindes 


33. 


K. Dula 


62. 


A. Poppas 


3. ChyrI Norte 


19. 


K. Frozier, Rec. Sec. 


34. 


S. Sloden 


48. 


N. Regnier 


4. C. Marshall 


20. 


P. Rever 


35. 


S. Lloyd 


49. 


S. Nixon 


5. A. M. Catrombone, Pres. 


21. 


B. Thompson 


36. 


J. Gerwe 


50. 


S. Vickers 


6. W. Wood 


22. 


D. Reasoner 


37. 


B. Behrendt 


51. 


S. Lozar 


7. L. Walker 


23. 


S. Kiniken 


38. 


P. Keller 


52. 


v. Brown 


8. R. Friar 


24. 


B. Byers 


39. 


C. Marzulli 


53. 


C. Nyborg 


9. C. Norton 


25. 


M. Earl 


40. 


L. Olson 


54. 


M. A. Sousser 


10. C. Plachta, 2nd V.P. 


26. 


L. Hersh 


41. 


M. Hand 


55. 


M. Pettit 


11. E. Corty 


27. 


M. Deck 


42. 


D. Jennings 


56. 


M. Robinson 


12. L. Murphy 


28. 


S. Buchholz, Trees. 


43. 


D. Baker 


57. 


B. Cooke 


13. C. Sacks, 1st V.P. 


29. 


"Mom" Newton 


44. 


K. Bloom 


58. 


P. Freeman 


14.' L. Ghormley 


30. 


P. Anastos 


45. 


D. McCarthy 


59. 


C. Weaver 


15. R. Richard 


31. 


S. Moore 


46. 


L. O'Brien 


60. 


A. Puzauskos 


16. J. Herman 






47. 


R. Rydell 






340 Greeks 
















Alpha Omicron Pi 




Many things to 80 sisters ... a worm col- 
onial house on College Ave founded at 

Maryland 1924 .. . first national on cam- 
pus .. . Colors red & white ... on the hill 
with blood drive each semester ... in the 
banner ... and red roses sisters received 
on pinnings and engagements . . . other 
special memories . . . birthday parties af- 
ter curfew . . . quiet hours . . . candlelight 
dinners . . . traditional winter formal and 
pledge debut . . . competing in Derby Day 
. . . Harmony Hall ... the IF Sing . . . numer- 
ous campus activities . . . Sisters active in 
Old Line Party . . . SGA . . . recognized in 
honoraries, societies, and in individual 
accomplishments . . . even if it's an A in a 
tough Zoology course . . . pledge pranks 
. . . deep discussions . . . serenades . . . 
shouting, singing, smiling-all for AOPi 
a worm house on a cold wet day ... a 
kitchenette for growling stomachs at 
midnight ... a pit for late night study 
sessions . . . initiation for hard-working 
and well-deserving pledges . . . trophies for 
skill and beauty contest winners . . . eighty 
hearty cheers when Alpha Omicron Pi 
comes out on top. 




L 



Greeks 341 



Alpha Phi 




Newest sorority on campus . . . founded 
nationally at Syracuse 1872 . . . born at 
Maryland 1961 -Many accomplishments 
in seven short years . . . won IF Sing in '67 
and '68 . . . bucking to retire trophy in '69 
. . . Our philanthropic project is cardiac 
aid . . . motto: "Little Hearts Need Big 
Hearts" . . . how do we get the big hearts 
for contributions? . . . hoping to put on an 
"Aren't you glad you have a heart?" dance 
-Life at the Alpha Phi house is a learning 
experience in itself . . . people always head- 
ing somewhere . . . Angel Flight . . . AWS 
meetings . . . basketball for WRA . . . Harm- 
ony Hall practice-and someone's always 
coming back with a trophy . . . Pledge 
Queen . . . Fraternity Sweetheart . . . hon- 
orary pins . . . Hitting the books . . . rally- 
ing on Thursday for a GIGIF on Friday . . . 
getting ready for parties Saturday- but 
also, plenty of 8 o'clocks . . . hourlies at 4 
p.m. before Christmas vacation . . . avoid- 
ing liver for dinner . . . Monday night meet- 
ings . . . good times . . . lots of play . . . But 
also. Alpha Phi means sisterhood . . . 
"Union hand in hand" is the feeling. 



342 Greeks 




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1. L. Little 

2. D. Fusco 

3. N. Tydings 

4. S. Keifter 

5. L. Difilippo 

6. C. Peede 

7. B. Mattingly 

8. T. Santoro 

9. L Christ 

10. N. Feaster 

11. C. Vito 

12. Mrs. Stanford - 

Housemother 

13. C. Duke 

14. P. Beoudet 

15. L. Roniglio 



16. B. Crawford 

17. B. Sutherland 

18. C. Watson 

19. J.Smith 

20. M. Mitchell 

21. B. Krout 

22. A. Killion 

23. J. Iverson 

24. P. Bowman 

25. K. Wittwer 

26. M. Simms 

27. C. Lantz 

28. J. Legg 

29. P. Henry 

30. S. Gray 



31. J. Feldt 


46. J. Lothrop 


32. B. Hall 


47. A. Kadesch 


33. M. Egon 


48. S. Sanders 


34. L. DeLizia 


49. K. Bodkin 


35. M. Peters -V. P. 


50. S. Hightower 


36. J. Davis-Treas. 


51. S. Franks 


37. C. Young-V.P. 


52. M. Mocaluso 


38. K. Callanan-Pres. 


53. S. Williams 


39. J. Leach 


54. B. Brown 


40. N. Pugh 


55. D. O'Meara 


41. C. Carraway 


56. K. Nelson 


42. C. Brogan 


57. M. Meehan 


43. C. Andrejack 


58. J. Bacon 


44. S. Perry -V. P. 


59. S. Nelson 


45. B. Shaeffer 





Greeks 343 





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3-:is. 



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|lSk, 




1. S. Colen 




14. B. Alexander 


2. K. Sickmen 




15. C. Yeager 


3. T. Beers 




16. J. Safley 


4. B. Humph 




17. J. Safley 


5. 0. J. Boch 




18. B. Reynolds 


6. B. Dice 




19. A. Lavalog 


7. M. Kelly 




20. P. Sheplee 


8. R. Hayleck 




21. B. Ball 


9. C. Lip 




22. J. Bucsuk 


10. A. Eunich 




23. R. Neck 


11. T.H.E. Whal 


e-Sec. 


24. J. Hendrix 


12. C. Wuckie- 


Treas. 


25. J. Mills 


13. M. Reltne 




26. J. Roth 



27. S. Beottie 

28. J. Tartwolfe 

29. S. Van Pelt 

30. P. Flint 

31. B. Adams 

32. A. Gonzales 

33. J. Holzaphel 

34. F. Smithfield 

35. W. Howard 

36. M. Magoo 

37. F. Rosenberger 

38. M. Pyles-Pres. 

39. D. Toys 



40. P. Ives 

41. C. Turner 

42. D. Clark 

43. L. Owens 

44. M. Karsh 

45. B. Sibert 

46. D. Carder 

47. J. Kristianson 

48. J. Reid 

49. I. Twitch 

50. K. Wallace 

51. A. Bush 

Not Pictured 
Richard A. Clark 



344 Greeks 




Alpha Tau Omega 




Founded at V.M.I, in 1865 . . . Epsilon 
Gamma chartered here in 1930 . . . Diver- 
sity is the keynote . . . fielding strong in- 
tramural teams . . . undefeated in football, 
winning IFC and University champion- 
ships . . . basketball pov^^er . . . always par- 
ticipating . . . always competitive-Aiming 
high scholastically, too . . . mass post-din- 
ner exodus to McKeldin-Pledge pranks . . . 
"Where's the silverware?" . . . beware of 
kidnaps . . . Annapolis, U. of Delaware, 
La Plata are favorite destinations ... De- 
siring to help others . . . cerebral palsy 
drive . . . Help Week . . . working together 
strengthens the bond . . . Hosting John 
Putnam at Rededicotion- Great social 
season ... the Super GIGIF . . . parties 
each weekend . . . "Bonnie and Clyde" 
theme . . . Lady and the Tramp party . . . 
surprise!! . . . Whiskey Sour Hour . . . 
Christmas Dance . . . Homecoming . . . 
Spring Weekend . . . cocktails and dog- 
tails- Active on the Hill . . . Central Student 
Court . . . Elections Board . . . yearbook . . . 
honoraries . . . Thriving on competition . . . 
retired the IF Sing trophy . . . Harmony 
Hall defending champs-the Maltese Cross 
. . . rush . . . water balloons . . . o great new 
cook . . . Fort Lauderdale at semester 
break ... the Professor . . . "Huggers or 
free-swingers?" . . . rain-drenched Home- 
coming decorations ... oh, well . . . Friend- 
ship Friday . . . brotherhood . . . good times 
. . . good memories ... a good year . . . 
"you had to be there!" 



Greeks 345 



Alpha Xi Delta 




Founded in 1893 at Lombard College in Golesburg, Illinois 
. . . Beta Eta Chapter at Maryland chartered in 1934 . . . the 
Golden Quill . . . light blue, dark blue, and gold . . . pink rose- 
Emphasis on philanthropy . . . Grace Brinkly Hill award given to 
the house with the most outstanding philanthropic project . . . 
sponsoring a Christmas toy drive . . . picnic day for the children 
of Merriweather Home . . . serving on the Board of Directors and 
Executive Committee of Camp Topawingo, a camp for mentally 
retarded children . . . first place in Sig Ep's canned food drive- 
Busy social season highlighted by the choosing of the Rose Girl 
at the Christmas Dance and the announcement of the Dream Man 
at the Spring Formal . . . third place for Homecoming decorations 
. . . Homecoming Queen finalist . . . trips to O.C. and the Shenan- 
doah Valley -Pranks . . . panty raids . . . filling a plastic pillow 
with water and freezing it solid . . . stealing sister's furniture . . . 
a TV that works . . . acquiring all of Sigma Pi's furniture . . . short 
sheeting . . . setting mice traps . . . stealing towels ... and maybe 
even studying. 




346 Greeks 





1. B. Bortz 


12. S. Rinehart 


24. N. Hatkin 


36. C. Day 


2. V. Doyle 


13. M. Buchon 


25. P. Smith 


37. P. Bortollilo 


3. B. Ullman 


14. C. Childs 


26. P. Savors 


38. B. Toffolo 


4. M. Thompaon 


15. H. Sledz 


27. D. Engle 


39. B. Wilson 


5. D. Sheppard 


16. N. Stenger 


28. L. Riley 


40. P. Weingort 


6. K. Foley 


17. K. Sheehan 


29. J. Stearns 


41. M. Gemmell, pres. 


7. V. Bell 


18. J. Eisner 


30. M. Chase, rec. sec. 


42. B. Reeves, corres. sec 


8. L. Wilson 


19. C. Thomas 


31. M. Hickey 


43. S. Lomb 


9. P. Santisi 


20. M. Seabreeze 


32. L. Schaub, treos. 


44. L. DeSalvo 


0. J. Harris 


21. F. Tzanis 


33. J. Ebner 


45. L. Shilkret 


1. B. Newkirk 


22. K. Brooks 


34. D. Burke . 


46. J. Tinney, soc. chrmn. 




23. B. Davis 


35. J. Hoveland 





Greeks 347 







1. C. Grimm 




24. 


P. Hevey 


47. 


M. Wolfe 


70. 


R. Wright 


2. J. Bartoo 




25. 


J. Anderson 


48. 


E. Mackie 


71. 


A. Raines 


3. S. Ciambor 




26. 


P. Grimes 


49. 


S. Voisinet 


72. 


B. Arata 


4. J. Hildebrand- 


1st V.P. 


27. 


P. Thompson 


50. 


L. Nelligan 


73. 


S. Amos 


5. S. Thornburg 




28. 


J. Dedecker 


51. 


D. J. Newcomb 


74. 


P. Lane 


6. J. Abercrombie 




29. 


J. Peleconos-Pres. 


52. 


S. Hagerman 


75. 


S. Metelits 


7. B. Warren 




30. 


C. Hamilton 


53. 


C. Shorpe 


76. 


B. Leftwich 


8. C. Demczuk 




31. 


R. Friedgen 


54. 


M. Fogan 


77. 


S. Kaminski 


9. D. Koutsouros 




32. 


G. Coppozallo 


55. 


B. Merchant 


78. 


J. Galbreoth 


10. P. Adorian-2r 


d V.P. 


33. 


L. Zeigler 


56. 


J. Ament-Corr. Sec. 


79. 


C. Randolph 


11. J.Vance 




34. 


A. Peleconos 


57. 


C. Sorrells 


80. 


N. Deane 


12. S. Dix 




35. 


N. Floyd 


58. 


M. Ward 


81. 


P. Uhl 


13. C. Owen 




36. 


B. Baker 


59. 


K. Morell 


82. 


B. Palmer 


14. W. Stalnoker 




37. 


P. Corddry 


60. 


A. Williams 


83. 


P. Teeple 


15. AA. Williams 




38. 


J. Lance 


61. 


M. Stubjiar 


84. 


C. Griffin 


16. J. Sallodin 




39. 


T. Barnes 


62. 


M. Rogers -Treas. 


85. 


J. Strickler 


17. M.A. Higgins- 


Rec. Sec. 


40. 


J. Clift 


63. 


P. Wise 


86. 


L. Rogers 


18. G, Sessums 




41. 


L Smith 


64. 


L. Londeree 


87. 


C. Nash 


19. E. Compton 




42. 


G. Forman 


65. 


A. Pastrana 


88. 


R. Slaninka 


20. M. Bishop 




43. 


E. Kane 


66. 


A. Small 


89. 


C. Jenkins 


21. D. McMahon 




44. 


L. Booth 


67. 


P. Ulman 






22. P. Carter 




45. 


A. Wergin 


68. 


K. Lorner 






23. J. Edwards 




46. 


P. BIythe 


69. 


C. Grant 








Delta Delta Delta 




Founded Thanksgiving Eve, 1888 .. . Bos- 
ton University . . . Alpha Pi established 
here 1934 . . . plans for more international 
expansion- Pansy, pearl, pine tree-sym- 
bols of Tri-Delt . . . Poseidon . . . silver, 
gold, and blue colors -Active on campus 
. . . sponsoring Inter-Fraternity Sing . . . 
honorories, organizations, summer spon- 
sors . . . annual scholarship given to wo- 
man on campus -Plenty of in-house ac- 
tivities, too . . . Orphan's party at Hallo- 
ween . . . Founder's Day Banquet at 
Thanksgiving . . . Christmas Pine Party for 
members . . . date dinner . . . scholarship 
spaghetti dinner . . . senior breakfast . . . 
spring formal -Socially active . . . parties 
. . . gigifs . . . candlelights . . . Derby Day 
queen . . . subtle psych -Pledge stunts . . . 
turning off electric blankets . . . where are 
the light bulbs?-Staying up all night mak- 
ing Derby Day decorations . . . Honors, too 
. . . Best-Dressed Coed . . . Sorority Woman 
of Year-Plenty of in-house spirit . . . enter- 
taining dads on Dads' Day . . . Faculty Tea 
. . . busboys' dessert of the week for the 
girl who gives them the most grief . . . 
Chick of the Week for the girl who makes 
the biggest blunder . . . slumber parties 
with pledges . . . spirit . . . unity . . . sister- 
hood ... a feeling of belonging. 



Greeks 349 



Delta Gamma 




Girls on the go . . . the smile generation . . . 
seventy-nine girls . . . each one an individ- 
ual ... a scholar and a socialite ... on 
athlete and a queen ... a politician and a 
poet ... a winner and a runner-up; Delta 
Gamma - Old Miss ... 1 873 ... the anchor 
pin . . . cream-colored rose . . . bronze, 
pink and blue . . . working together-phil- 
anthropic project ... aid to the Blind . . . 
blind children's party . . . orphans' party 
. . . rewarding to all; thinking together- 
Inspiration Night . . . fond memories 
. . . involved discussions until 2 a.m. 
. . . solving special problems ... a thought 
provoking speaker,- winning together- 1 st 
place spirit-Derby Day ... 1st place-Sor- 
ority Olympics . , . 2nd ploce-IF Sing,- laugh- 
ing together-a green and orange striped 
anchor . . . house scavenger hunt ... a 
monocle and a dandelion ... 3 a.m. quiet 
hours . . . rice pudding . . . Fort Lauderdale 
post exam excursion . . . favorite jokes . . . 
"you had to be there!" . . . cheering to- 
gether . . . SGA Secretary . . . Senior 
Legislature ... a life of excitement ... a 
run away fire extinguisher . . . winning 
the swim meet . . . seven in a Volkswagen,- 
caring . . . patient listening . . . rememb- 
rances—campaigning . . . chapter din- 
ners,- a sisterhood ... a bond . . . fireside 
chats . . . our cook. Sax . . . Faculty Dinner 
. . . open house . . . exchange dinner . . . 
chuckles — DG Formal . . . Friday gigifs . . . 
pledge quizzes . . . DG man . . . trips to RB's 
. . . girls from everywhere ... of every type 
. . . living together . . . and loving it. 



350 Greeks 




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1. C. Creamer 

2. A.Yourtee 
M. Otero 
D. Hoeike 
L. Flaherty 
C. Longford 
J. Bayly 
J. Mandil 
M. Leffler 
G. Lum 
S. Shimasoki 
S. Quinn 
J.Wells 
D.Corter 
M. Wueste 

16. N. Munson 

1 7. C. Kates 



3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 



18. 


L. Lawson 


19. 


P. McMitchell 


20. 


K. Innes 


21. 


T. Booz 


22. 


C. Clark 


23. 


S. Diehl 


24. 


L. Throsher 


25. 


E. Fisher 


26. 


B. Jaegermon 


27. 


D. Green 


28. 


E. Johnson 


29. 


M. McNeely 


30. 


M. Mount 


31. 


C. Taylor 


32. 


M. Reifenstein 


33. 


B. York 


34. 


V. Koontz 



35. J. Horgett 

36. M. Zetter 

37. L. Culbertson 

38. K. Hidlebaugh 

39. C. Enlow 

40. J. Cunliffe 

41. M. Worden 

42. S. Auld 

43. E. Cirillo 

44. C. Dodd 

45. K. Jaegerman 

46. B. Shrake 

47. L Miller 

48. M. McNeeley 

49. S. Rice 

50. S. Rice 

51. J. Sullivan 



52. 


J. Sullivan 


53. 


M. A. Rrown 


54. 


J. Wagner 


55. 


B. Neuner 


56. 


B. Zirkle 


57. 


A. Waters 


58. 


B. Whipp 


59. 


C. Cologero 


60. 


P.Willis 


61. 


B. Howe 


62. 


W. Budd 



Greeks 351 




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■^'». 



1. 


J. Goldberg 


2. 


M. Snyder 


3. 


M. Caplan 


4. 


A. Gudelsky 


5. 


M. Colman 


6. 


D. Weiser 


7. 


M. Nudel 


8. 


H. Blumenthal 


9. 


S. Kahn 


10. 


H. Goldstein 


11. 


J. Weston 


12. 


B. Silbermon 


13. 


W. Axelroth 


14. 


S. Green 


15. 


H. Resnick 


16. 


R. Dolleck 


17. 


D. Miller 


18. 


D. Lowenstein 


19. 


B. Budman 



20. K. Gotkin 


39. 


M. Alexander 


21. C. Cormon 


40. 


K. Blumenthal 


22. B. Weisbord 


41. 


J. Briggs 


23. A, Golomb 


42, 


M. Segal 


24. L. Goldberg 


43. 


L. Abrams 


25. J. Yellon 


44. 


C. Aronstam 


26. B. Orlove 


45. 


W. Tettelbaum 


27. F. Most 


46. 


S. Steinhorn 


28. S. Schrier 


47. 


F. Hertzberg 


29. K. Smith 


48. 


E. Neihouse 


30. A. Sapperstein 


49. 


A. Korn 


31. S. Blanken 


50. 


P. Meyerowitz 


32. R. Posner 


51. 


S. Wertheim 


33. J. Hillsberg 


52. 


B. Sternberg 


34. L Foer-Pres. 


53. 


D. Marcus 


35. Mrs. Leah Bender- 


54. 


B. Kane 


Housemother 


55. 


L. Gisser 


36. J. Rumizen-V.P. 


56. 


E. Schloss 


37. M. Shear -Trees. 


57. 


C. Meier 


38. M. Cohen -Rec. Sec. 







58. R. Kamoroff 

59. S. Faselson 



C. Tanzer 
S. Golomb 

62. H. Aronoff 

63. M. Schrier 
S. Dier 
E. Coffee 

66. D. Gold 

67. A. Silverstein 

E. Berry 

J. Brees 

70. J. Zvares 

71. P. Golden 
P. Symonds 
L. Brott 

74. K. Baurmosh 

75. S. Wolf 

76. Airplane 



60 
61. 



64. 
65. 



68. 
69. 



72. 
73. 




Delta Phi Epsilon 




Founded nationally in 1917 at New York 
University . . . founded here in 1960 . . . 
housing forty girls at the corner of Knox 
and Yale Avenues . . . our flower is the iris 
... we display the colors royal purple 
and pure gold — Home of Panhellenic 
trophy for the highest sorority scholastic 
overage . . . striving for scholarship not in- 
dividually, but as a group-Enjoying nnany 
social functions as well . . . foil and spring 
open house . . . winter party at the Tom 
Foolery . . . spring formal at the Mayflow- 
er Hotel . . . and, of course, gigifs and 
parties -Extending itself for campus and 
community projects as well . . . conducting 
many fund-raising projects this year . . . 
annual Celebrity Auction for Children's 
Hospital . . . supporting our national phil- 
anthropic project, cystic fibrosis . . . 
spring Daffodil Sale to raise money for 
campus chest ... At Christmas, we spon- 
sor "Gifts for Giving" . . . providing hos- 
pital patients with gifts that they con give 
to relatives-Sharing happiness and sor- 
row . . . getting involved in campus politics 
. . . honoraries too - But loving the brighter 
side also . . . who can forget the "bath- 
room stuffing contest" ... we hope the 
Jud Board can ... so what if we hod kind 
of disturbed the peace? . . . always some 
fun to break the monotony of studying - 
Enthusiasm . . . warmth . . . sisterhood. 




Greeks 353 



Delta Sigma Phi 




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Founded nationally 1899 at City College 
of New York . . . established at Maryland 
1924 ... 110 active chapters throughout 
the country — Rallying to their slogan 
"Delta Sigma Phi — On the Move" . . . won 
second place trophy in SGA's Spirit Day . . . 
placed third in Harmony Hall . . . fraternity 
runners-up in Greek Week College Bowl- 
Proud of the physical improvements we've 
made on our house this year . . . interior 
and exterior . . . furnishings and grounds 
. . . paneling . . . wall-to-wall carpeting 
upstairs . . . most of the work was done by 
the brothers themselves -Active on cam- 
pus . . . several brothers in Old Line Party 
. . . IFC Social Chairman ... FOB ... IPC 
committees -Socially active . . . 49'ers 
Ball with brothers dressed as gold rush- 
ers or Indians . . . Sailor's Ball . . . Toga 
party with a touch of the greatness of 
Rome . . . Christmas and Spring Formal . . . 
our colors of nile green and white are fly- 
ing high at football games . . . and so are a 
few brothers, too-Good times in the 
house, too . . . O.U.T. ... Dr. J.W.'s Uni- 
versal Cure-all elixir . . . rivalry between 
Baltimore and New York sports fans . . . 
Hazel's cooking . . . and our great house 
mother, Mrs. Ruth Dixon. 





354 Greeks 




1. p. Kimball 


14. 


P. Boll 


27. T. Jackson 


2. B. Looser 


15. 


B. Dennehy 


28. B. North 


3. D. Peorsal! 


16. 


S. Landefeld 


29. M. Jankiewicz 


4. B. Rountree-Soc. Chmn. 


17. 


R. Baker 


30, C. Jeffrey 


5. T. Trezza 


18. 


K. Mills 


31. E. Younger 


6, R. Helm 


19. 


Mrs. R. Dixon - 


32. J. Jackins 


7. B. Gaffigan 




Housemother 


33. B. Kaden 


8. J. Webster 


20. 


S. Slocomb-V.P. 


34. T. Halligan 


9. B. Lewis 


21. 


J. Ernstedt-Treas. 


35. B. Dempsey 


0. B. Harkins 


22. 


B. Lucas 


36. B. Grabus 


1. B. Walburn 


23. 


R. Nelson 


37. P. Whipple 


2. D. Hall 


24. 


B. Dernetz 


38. J. Pizzino 


3. K. O'Brien 


25. 


J. Jollensten 


39. R. Rom low 




26. 


J. Forinash 





40. 


T. Hutchins 


41. 


F. Jordan 


42. 


L. Roberts 


43. 


E. Walker 


44. 


D. Mohler 


45. 


B. Jones 


46. 


J. Williams 


47. 


M. Lackett-Pres 


48. 


A. Belfield 


49. 


P. Williamson 



Greeks 355 




1. R. Gonzales 


15. N. Oliver 


29. C. Damast 


43. W. Keyes 


2. D. Walker 


16. B. Kurok 


30. J. Eick 


44, C. Wehner 


3. F. Berks 


17. H. Doyle 


31. R. Tinori 


45, D, Hedges 


4. F. Redes 


18. C. Dominguez 


32. T. Hetherington 


46, E, Woetjen 


5. D. Jersey 


19. R. Koering-Pres. 


33. P. Minsker 


47, T, Monyelli 


6. Mrs. Anno Cooper- 


20. M. Redden 


34. J. Sternberg-Sec. 


48, M, Volker 


Housemother 


21. W, Percy 


35. G. Pizzaro 


49, P, McHenry 


7. A. Bolo 


22, F. Arturi 


36. F. Muscolina 


50. C. Joerdans 


8. G. Baker 


23. B. larossi 


37. C. Bittinger 


51. H. Hendershot 


9. R. Gingher-V.P. 


24. C. Marrow 


38. J. Moholtz 


52. J. Orme 


10. J. Hackborth 


25. A. Cardona 


39. G. Hungerford 


53. N. Hollman 


11. D.Wight 


26. F. Fedesco, Treas. 


40. R. Lopez 


54. W. Buchanan 


12. J.Willis 


27, C. Rady 


41. T. Daddario 


55. T. Lenker 


13. E. Smith 


28. R. Rozzano 


42. R. Ritter 


56. M. White 


14.' C. Yonkovick 








356 Greeks 










Delta Tau Delta 




Founded at Bethany College 1858 . . . 
Maryland chapter founded May 23, 1948 
. . . names Delta Sigma ... a unique record 
established in two decades . . . one of the 
top ten in athletics . . . academic excellence 
also . . . large numbers go on to grad 
school after undergraduate studies here 
. . . winning float & house decoration 
competitions during homecoming for past 
3 years . . . looking forward to future com- 
petition ... but directing energy elsewhere 
. . . dropping out of Homecoming contests 
. . . turning to philanthropy . . . contribut- 
ing sizeable check to St. Jude's Hospital 
for research in children's diseases ... a 
final gesture of good faith . . . party for re- 
tarded children at Christmas time . . . new 
undertakings . . . sponsoring an order 
known as Little Sisters of lonis . . . pin- 
mates, financees, and wives of brothers 
. . . football season helping out at buffets 
. . . decorating during the holidays . . . 
helping at a party for underprivileged . . . 
Both attorney-general of United States and 
a retired Supreme Court justice ore Delts 
. . . Thomas Clarke and his son Ramsey . . . 
violet & gold colors . . . long upheld by 
leaders . . . hope to keep on contributing 
to the overall excellence of Delta Tau 
Delta. 



Greeks 357 



Gamma Phi Beta 




Founded November 11, 1874 at Syracuse 
University . . . chartered at Maryland 
1940 ... try to maintain a standard of in- 
dividualism and friendliness ... fun to- 
gether at big events ... fun at the smaller 
ones too . . . big event of first semester is 
winter formal . . . aiv^/ays the good feeling 
of pulling together for Greek events & 
campus philanthropy ... in the spring- 
a picnic and in-house dance-a party last- 
ing well into the night . . . pledges . . . who 
glued down all the shoes and the stuff on 
the desk? ... the question is always there 
-"What have they done now?" . . . they 
wonder what initiation is like . . . every- 
day happenings that make a sisterhood 
... 3 a.m. phone calls ... a dying man 
asking "Where's Harriet?" ... the peren- 
nial "Which Linda do you want?" (There 
are only 8) . . . will Teddi ever get or- 
ganized and be on time? . . . has anybody 
seen a pair of black shoes or one Wee- 
jun? . . . rolling a sister's room while she 
has a 5V2 hour phone conversation . . . 
Frooie leads a long line into the room of 
Gypsy Witch for a seance and a look into 
the future . . . Cathy appears in a sleep 
mask and ear plugs - in other words: quiet 
down and get some rest before it all starts 
over again . . . It's easy to sleep in a house 
where you know you'll find sisters who 
care. 



358 Greeks 




1. 


M. Henderson 


2. 


D. Reynolds 


3. 


C. Perkins 


4. 


K. Shue 


5. 


C. Muzzy 


6. 


N. Franzak 


7. 


M. Weingarten 


8. 


L. Frewert 


9. 


J. Rekos 


10. 


M. Hunt 


11. 


M. Goodrich 


12. 


S. Meyers 


13. 


L. Rockett 




14. 


L. Morcon 


15. 


D. Hughes -Pres. 


16. 


C. Dombrowski 


17. 


P. Shurlock 


18. 


D. Houg 


19. 


T. McCarthy 


20. 


T. Howard 


21. 


P. Meredith 


22. 


D. Gallia 


23. 


J. Tracey 


24. 


L. Ephraim 


25. 


B. Brendel 


26. 


M. McMullen 



27. B. Holland 

28. J. Gallia 
L. Miles -Rec. Sec. 
S. Eisenhart-Corr. Sec. 
M. Dietz 
J. Hinmon 
J. Lorner 

34. C. Kaifer 

35. H. Harner-V.P. 
C. Lehmkuhl 
R. McMullen 
C. Mika 



29. 
30. 
31. 
32. 
33. 



36. 
37. 

38. 



40. L. Beach 

41. L.Kerr 

42. S. Solie 

43. N. Sebakos 

44. L. Runyon 

45. L. DeVan 



39. B. Lawrence 



Greeks 359 




1. M. Hover 


15. J. Brenner 


29. R. Covey 


43. T. Arenson 


2. B. Willers 


16. N. O'Neil 


30. J. Simpson 


44. T. Boll 


3. Fat Albert 


17. E. Kenney 


31. J. Rousa 


45. T. Trotter 


4. J. Bohn 


18. R. Maxwell 


32. R. Cerner 


46. D. Owens 


5. A. Suddler 


19. B. McKibben 


33. B. Reigle 


47. T.Phillips 


6. D. Banks 


20. S. Fisher 


34. R. Brounstein 


48. G. Stomm 


7. J. Saint 


21. J. Emery 


35. M. Bohn 


49. C. Proksa 


8. B. Aitcheson 


22. G. Kmiec 


36. S. Noren 


50. M. Drummond 


9. M. Norrell 


23. T. Moron 


37. E. Connors 


51. L. Kousouris 


10. J. Linebough 


24. T. Medlin-V.P. 


38. M. Elliot 


52. B. Ross 


11. W. Schuh 


25. J. Starling-Sec. 


39. S. Raeder 


53. J. Sullivan 


12. R. Koehneke-Pres. 


26. W. Everngam 


40. S. Hurley 




13. S. Hood 


27. T. Sailer 


41. G. Diolroulas 




14. B. Walker 


28. M. Roeder 


42. J. Howe 





360 Greeks 




Kappa Alpha 




Began in 1865 at Washington College . . . 
Southern origin . . . seeking guidance 
from spiritual founder Robert E. Lee . . . 
teaching members to cherish the ideal of 
character . . . perpetuate the ideal of the 
Gentleman . . . continual interest in main- 
taining the spirit of youth . . . high princi- 
ple and conduct . . . founded here 1914 .. . 
maintaining the principles while applying 
them to the present- Busy sponsoring 
varied activities . . . KA-KD Orphans' 
Party . . . KA Lacrosse Tournament . . . 
scholarship fund for deserving graduate 
students-Competing, too . . . alv»/ays a 
threat on athletic field . . . Socially prom- 
inent . . . parties and gigifs abound . . . 
Homecoming . . . KA Rose Dance . . . Away 
Weekend at O.C. ... of course, the Old 
South Ball . . . observing the Southern 
heritage through Confederate uniforms, 
horses, festivity -Striving academic- 
ally . . . booking it with roommates . . . 
but not overdoing it— Enjoying study 
breaks and celebrations at Vous . . . Grill 
. . . Hall . . . House- Loving the prime posi- 
tion on the Row . . . also important posi- 
tions in various IPC and campus activ- 
ities-Unity and spirit through together- 
ness . . . lazing around on Friday after- 
noons . . . sharing the Post's sports sec- 
tion . . . pledge-active football games . . . 
chapter meetings . . . rush . . . bull sessions 
. . . working toward a common goal . . . 
and reaching it. 



Greeks 361 



Kappa Alpha Theta 




Kites fly high and so does the enthusiasm 
of its members . . . sisterhood on the Mary- 
land scene since 1947 . . . Gamma Mu one 
of 98 chapters throughout the country . . . 
growing considerably since founded by 
five coeds at DePouw University . . . look- 
ing forvk^ard to a 1970 centennial . . . Kite 
symbol . . . pins are kite-shaped -observed 
one founder ... led to a tradition of kite- 
flying ... on annual kite-flying contest 
in support of the Institute of Logopedics 
. . . institute supported solely by Thetas 
. . . hoping for a good day . . . last year's 
held on the day of the formal . . . pouring 
rain made it tough to get soggy kites off 
the ground . . . Before initiation actives 
make kites for their little sisters to fly . . . 
fun, excitement, anticipation . . . Together- 
ness ... all night homecoming decorating 
party . . . well worth sleeplessness . . . 
first place- Stopping traffic for WMOC 
. . . cleaning ditches for campus clean-up- 
Plenty of responsibility on campus, too . . . 
Angel Flight . . . honoraries . . . politics- 
Spring formal-who to ask? . . . Remember- 
ing each other, too . . . tutor a pledge . . . 
tutor on active . . . help, work, ploy- 
Thetas ore . . . friendly, spirited, pretty . . . 
talented, funny, serious . . . But with all the 
differences there still remains the common 
bond -sisterhood. 




362 Greeks 




3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 



1. S. Richards 

2. E. Atkins 
Guy 



L. Murray 



C. Hock-Pres. 
S. Eidson 
P. Moore 
S. Baker 
S. Spiliman 
C. Schemel 
P. McCarthy 
S. Hite 

13. M. Inagaki 

14. J. Pierce 

15. B. Ford 

16. D. Meade 

17. C. Reilly 

18. S. Hormsen 

19. M. H. Gallagher 

20. J. Kempers-2nd V.P. 

21. D. Swiger 



22. 


B. Rauch 


23. 


M. Miller 


24. 


J. Krill 


25. 


E. Mullins-Treas 


26. 


J. Kempers 


27. 


S. Zetty 


28. 


C. Glenn- 1st V.P 


29. 


E. Monaghan 


30. 


C. Hubbard 


31. 


P. Zubrod 


32. 


Y. Cuevas 


33. 


K. Sheedy 


34. 


R. DeMatteis 


35. 


C. Swatto 


36. 


M, Gregg 


37. 


S. Richards 


38. 


P. Bourgeois 


39. 


J. Reisert 


40. 


J. Gist 


41. 


D. Groff 


42. 


E. Fisher 



43. 


B. 


Linehan 


44. 


C. 


Bergmonn 


45. 


K. 


Tamzarian 


46. 


J. 


Krause 


47. 


D 


Hanrahon 


48. 


K. 


Dondero 


49. 


J. 


Merriam 


50. 


R. 


Ayers 


51. 


K. 


Hollar 


S2. 


J. 


Geiger 


63. 


S. 


Getman 


54. 


B 


Reynolds 


55. 


L. 


Little 


56. 


B 


Halstead 


57. 


P 


Reese 


58. 


S 


Albin 


59. 


P 


Zellp 


Not Pictured 


M. 


Beomer 


L. 


<ing 



S. Light 
F. McNulty 
P. Pierson 
K. Uglow 
J. Bullock 

Dietmeir 

Eckert 
. Holley 

Leedy 

Raymond 
, Schwarting 
J. Talarico 
M. L. McCarthy 
B. Hill 



S. 
C. 
C. 
K. 
P. 
E. 



Greeks 363 




1. 


V 


Jackson 


2. 


s. 


Dorn 


3. 


p. 


Cox 


4. 


p. 


Houck 


5. 


s. 


Wilson 


6. 


J. 


Rinaldi 


7. 


N 


Chalk 


8. 


J. 


Green 


9. 


w 


. Simon 


10. 


s. 


Prichord 


11. 


J. 


Keyes 


12. 


p. 


Thompson 


13. 


s. 


Campbell 


14. 


L. 


Robinson 


15. 


1. 


Speroponi 


16. 


G 


Dutrow 


17. 


E. 


Caporosa 


18. 


P 


Kirby 


364 


Greeks 



19. M. Lang 


37. 


L. Sperapani 


20. J. Cameron -Sec. 


38. 


J. Jones 


21. L. Ecton 


39. 


S. Greynolds 


22. J. Bach 


40. 


C. Kellstrome 


23. C. St. John-Treos. 


41. 


A. Ligon 


24. Mrs. Wells- 


42. 


M. Wise 


Housemother 


43. 


M. Corr 


25. M. Murray 


44. 


M. Rodgers 


26. P. Sullivan -Pres. 


45. 


R. Crumlish 


27. D. Allwine 


46. 


S. Chevalier 


28. C. Cox 


47. 


M. Compagna 


29. N. Smull-V.P. 


48. 


L. Andrews 


30. C. Damron 


49. 


C. DeHoff 


31. D. Sabagh 


50. 


A. Crisler 


32. J. Colenck 


51. 


L. Morgan 


33. K. Foster 


52. 


A. Covello 


34. E. Kenney 


53. 


L. Hotchord 


35. C. Lum 


54. 


S. Sarbocher 


36. J. Reddick 







55. 


J. MocDonal 


56. 


P. Kelly 


57. 


C. Caporosa 


58. 


K. Frisch 


59. 


L. Calvert 


60. 


L. Robley 


61. 


H. Richards 


62. 


C. Crandell 


63. 


B. Harwick 


64. 


C. Niller 


65. 


M. Doub 


66. 


C. Rose 


67. 


J. German 


68. 


S. Gifford 


69. 


M. Rinaldi 



70. S. Helfrich 



Kappa Delta 





Founded at Longwood College 1897 . . . 
founded at Maryland 1929 . . . colors of 
green and white . . . symbolized by the 
white rose- Our house on College Avenue 
is unique castle-type home- Emphasiz- 
ing individuality— Proud of our sisters in 
academic honoraries- Plenty of extra- 
curricular activities . . . Angel Flight . . . 
Diamond . . . legislature . . . Aqualiners . . . 
politics-We're plenty busy, but we like 
it-Our castle-home houses several 
queens, too . . . sisters placed in the 
Homecoming Courts of the University . . . 
VPI . . . West Point . . . John Hopkins- 
And that's not all . . . one of the nine 
runners-up to Best Dressed Coed . . . Little 
Sisters of Minerva . . . Kappa Alpha Rose- 
Joining together to pursue worthwhile 
endeavors . . . devoting time to aiding the 
community and the underprivileged ... a 
deep interest in "project concern" ... the 
Grace Hill Memorial Award for philan- 
thropy for the past two years -Lots of 
endurance too . . . placing in the WRA swim 
marathon -We're also spirited ... a 
trophy in Derby Day . . . combining efforts 
with the Phi Delts to place in Homecoming 
decorations . . . Kappa Delta ... a house of 
diversified interests and yet well rounded 
in our accomplishments. 



Greeks 365 



Kappa Kappa Gamma 




Founded at Monmouth College, Illinois 
. . . our centennial next year . . . pride in a 
history of firsts . . . first sorority to bear 
Greek letters . . . first to call national Pan- 
hellenic meeting . . . 1 929- KKG brought to 
M.U. . . . 81 6 sisters since then . . . symbols 
of Kappahood ... our badge the golden 
key . . . our colors dark blue and light blue 
. . . our flower the fleur-de-lis . . . our 
jewel the sapphire . . . our mascot the owl 
. . . Koppo known compuswide . . . SGA . . . 
Old Line . . . Cheerleaders . . . Who's Who 
. . . WRA . . . Queens . . . Bridal Fair . . . 
philanthropic spirit demonstrated . . . 
scholarships home and abroad . . . nursing 
scholarship . . . annual orphans' Christmas 
party . . . high scholastic achievement . . . 
Kappas with varying talents . . . painting 
. . . sculpture . . . theatre . . . music . . . 
sewing . . . skiing . . . tennis . . . our winning 
sports teams . . . midnight birthday parties 
. . . sharing the joy of a sister's candlelight 
... a special day for Dads . . . surprise 
midnight pledge pranks ... the excitement 
of Spring Formal . . . Kappa Patch at Rush 
. . . Working together for IF Sing and Har- 
mony Hall . . . "Ohhh, Koppo, Kappa, Kappa 
Gamma, nobody knows how happy I ami" 
... 84 women proud of the golden key ... a 
strong tradition of sisterhood generated 
from year to year . . . Gamma Psi. 



366 Greeks 





J,2\ 



I \ 



1 . C. Tengberg 

2. V. Keany 
N. Rusk 
L. Trofast 
M. Sullivan 
J. Brown 
B. Plantholt 

8. K. Noonon 

9. J. Caldwell 

10. Mrs. Campbell, 
Housemother 
S. Cockran 
B. Gurganus 
P. Ennis 

14. P. Jones 

15. J. Seobold 

16. D. Jones, 
Second Vice Pres. 

17. J. Reynolds 



3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 



11. 
12. 
13. 



18. 


K. Loss 


19. 


S. Kaffenberger 


20. 


S. Ward 


21. 


1. Del Canto 


22. 


L. Lowe 


23. 


S. Gaylor 


24. 


B. Moser, Treas. 


25. 


B. Miles M. Jenkins 


26. 


M. Davis, Rec. Sec. 


27. 


M. Frey 


28. 


J. Gehringer 


29. 


S. Nickel 


30. 


C. Carrick, Pres. 


31. 


K. Koenig 


32. 


S. Coleman 


33. 


P. Horrocks 



34. J. Howard, 
First Vice Pres. 

35. F. Jen 

36. P.Wright 

37. R. Cassou 

38. C. Del Canto 

39. C. Bailik 

40. S. Kline 

41. P. Simmons 

42. C. Hoffman 

43. D. Wells 

44. C. North 

45. B. Brown 

46. C. Ksiazek 

47. A. Sasaki 

48. Y. Frenkel 

49. T. Griffin 

50. B. Frank 



51. T. Chebithes 

52. M. Queries 

53. P. Grier 

54. M. Loremon 

55. M. Melson, Corr. Sec. 

56. M. Feiss 

57. P. Melson 

58. T. Owens 

59. N. Coale 

60. J. Long 

61. K. Depew 

62. E. Salmond 

63. M. Ware 

64. L. Sisler 

65. S. Boswell 

66. J. Sondheimer 

67. M. Flynn 

Greeks 367 




1. M. Mulligan 


18. 


P. Rossier 


35. D. Housel 


52. R. Yankowsky 


2. R. Thieme 


19. 


J. Fitsgibbon 


36. A. Ridolfi 


53. C. Gravely 


3. M. Curtain 


20. 


C. Sample 


37. B. Allen -Pres. 


54. R. Evans 


4. R. Green 


21. 


C. Korns 


38. N. Strein 


55. G. Funkhouser 


5. D. Echaverren 


22. 


F. Cassidy 


39. R. Beddingtirld 


56. D. Heinke 


6. R. Clee 


23. 


L Waist 


40. J. Mosteller 


57. D. Callahan 


7. D. Thomas 


24. 


W. Gerald 


41. D. Heggestead 


58. J. Northrop 


8. C. Parvis 


25. 


G. Gosnell 


42. J. Farhmen 


59. M. Ward 


9. S. Brutcsher 


26. 


W. Jenkins 


43. L. Schwab 


60. J. Ptomey 


10. R. Gjerulff 


27. 


L. Boer 


44. D. Hummer 


61. W. Vessly 


11. R, Payne -V.P. 


28. 


M. Bollie 


45. T. Devino 


62. S. Smith 


12. S. Herchenroeder 


29. 


J. Lofquist 


46. P. Mulligan 


63. R. Jewell 


13. B. McFadden 


30. 


H. de Lozier 


47. T. Thomas 


64. S. Dellinger 


14. T. Vandehey-Sec. 


31. 


W. Callahan 


48. M. Budlong 


65. J. Jarboe 


15.S. Hudson 


32. 


M. Crane 


49. S. Wellschloger-Treas. 




16. J. Dockstoder 


33. 


S. Helfrich 


50. B. McCall 




17. J. Shoda 


34. 


T. Nadell 


51. B. lofrate 




368 Greeks 












Lambda Chi Alpha 




Founded nationally in 1909 at Boston 
College . . . Epsilon Pi chapter founded here 
in 1932 . . . has members drown from 
Maine to Florida . . . diverse interests 
characterize our house . . . majors ranging 
from medicine to physical education . . . 
hobbies ranging from scuba diving to 
acrobatic flying ... oil this provides many 
topics for conversation and tale swapping 
within the Lambda Chi house-a major 
effort recently has been house improve- 
ments . . . panelling and wall-to-wall 
carpeting are fast becoming standard in 
every room of number 6 Fraternity Row- 
committee system enables every pledge 
and active to participate in house activ- 
ities . . . We're also aided by the Crescents 
... the auxiliary comprised of pinmates 
and sorority women who assist in rush 
and general activities . . . their leader is 
housemother and friend, "Mom" Mayo- 
High spirited weekends . . . starting Friday 
at the Hall or the Vous . . . continuing 
Saturday with parties . . . recouperating 
on Sunday . . . "Oh, my head" -Losing our 
pet St. Bernard . . . now considering other 
mascots . . . how about a spider monkey? 
... or an anteater ... or maybe our presi- 
dent-Brotherhood remains the principle 
objective . . . friendships, cooperation, 
learning ... the goals that continue to 
direct the efforts of Lambda Chi. 



Greeks 369 



Phi Delta Theta 




Founded nationally in 1842 at Miami Uni- 
versity . . . established locally in 1930 . . . 
passing on the precepts upon which Phi 
Delt was founded . . . taking pride in the 
special feeling that comes with being a 
Phi Delt-o strong sense of brotherhood 
gives a mutual tie to a diversified fra- 
ternity ... no stereotypes here . . . strong 
academics among the top eight houses . . . 
represented in Tou Beta Pi, Phi Beta Kappa- 
plenty of jocks, too . . . members on nine 
varsity teams . . . President of M Club, We 
hove politicians as well . . . presidents of 
the IFC, and old Line Party . . . plus the lost 
two directors of Freshman Orientation 
Board-The IFC All-Sports Trophy holds on 
honored place in our house- But we're a 
party house as well ... Ski Formal in 
Pennsylvania . . , spring formal in 0. C. . . . 
Civil War Party . . . Boat Ride to Marshall 
Hall with TEP-But brotherhood ties the 
diversity together into a common bond . . . 
cheering for the team . . . campaigning for 
the candidate . . . sponsoring the Uni- 
versity Mixer for charity — yet enjoying 
ourselves at Vous on Thursdays ... all 
port of the brotherhood of Phi Delta Theta. 



370 Greeks 




^1 



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I 






1. 


M. Madden 


2. 


R. Gill 


3. 


J. McAuley 


4. 


C. Barber 


5. 


H. Harrison 


6. 


G. Dunsten 


7. 


R. Perna 


8. 


B. Walker 


9. 


M. Millikan 


10. 


J. Chaconas 


11. 


J. Rohr 


12. 


B.Mitchell 


13. 


P. Vial 


14. 


D. Hatfield 


15. 


L. Ermer 


16. 


J. Hoek 


17. 


R. Deutseh 


18. 


B. Covington 


19. 


B. Schwartz 


20 


M. Gildea 



21. K. Witfield 


41. 


G. White 


61. 


B. Murray 


22. G. Holtje 


42. 


M. Sorrel! 


62. 


R. Povi/ell 


23. C. Eichelberger 


43. 


T. Milroy 


63. 


C. Gubiseh 


24. J. Blanos-Sec. 


44. 


B. Sutyak 


64. 


T. Bendall 


25. R. Robertson 


45. 


R. Stokes 


65. 


S. Woods 


26. T. Povlinic-Pres. 


46. 


G. Von Bretzel 


66. 


B. Jasper 


27. Mrs. Ruth Miller- 


47. 


H. Howerton 


67. 


A. Golacinski 


Housemother 


48. 


D. Morris 


68. 


M. Van Seiver 


28. B. Morris 


49. 


R. Word 


69. 


H. Wilson 


29. S. McCoy 


50. 


S. Leslie 


70. 


J. Glenn 


30. R. Rowny 


51. 


F. Porto 


71. 


J. Rogers 


31. A. Carson 


52. 


T. Greer 


72. 


M. Sw/ift 


32. T. Harwood 


53. 


M. Wiles 


73. 


B. Hoyle 


33. R. Harrington 


54. 


M. Gough 


74. 


P. Eddy 


34. J. Davis 


55. 


J. Murray 


75. 


L. Engle 


35. P. Ellisor 


56, 


R. Monnion 


76. 


D. Reynaud 


36. H. Vinyard 


57. 


G. Chamberlain 


77. 


S. Norton 


37. B. Walker 


58. 


M. Snyder 






38. B. Myers 


59. 


J. Hanson 






39. B. Gilbreath 


60. 


R. Moats 




Greeks 371 


40. B. Paris 













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l-til^s 




1. 


J. Stern 


2. 


N.Miller 


3. 


B. Weiss 


4. 


B. Penan 


5. 


S. Stern 


6. 


C. Diaz 


7. 


J. Roth 


8. 


E. Boyars 


9. 


M. Gold 


10. 


B. Snyder 


11. 


G. Boss 



12. A. Lipschultz 


23. M. King 


34. M. Gromet 


13. P. Proger 


24. J. Landes 


35. S. Radnor 


14. S. Forman 


25. R. Golkow 


36. H. Ross 


15. S. Friedman 


26. S. Kronzek 


37. D. Weiss 


16. R. Levin 


27. L. Turek 


38. L. Musher 


17. A. Berkman 


28. M. Diamond 


39. A. Frager 


18. P. Guzman 


29. P. Berkman 


40. S. Hordes 


19. J. Horowitz 


30. A. Feinberg 


41. J. Metzner 


20. R. Rothstein 


31. D. Gorelick 


42. D. Rothkopf 


21. E. Wasserman 


32. E. Cantor 




22. S. Mudrick 


33. B. Rosen 





372 Greeks 




Phi Epsilon Pi 




Founded nationally at CCNY . . . November 
23, 1904 .. . Maryland's Beta Theta Chap- 
ter formed in 1961 . . . purple and gold . . . 
white carnation -This year the House got 
a house! . . . located at 4613 College Ave- 
nue . . . v^^orking to moke the house live- 
able . . . painting . . . scrubbing . . .un- 
crating furniture . . . it's work, but it's 
worth it- Number one scholastically . . . 
highest academic overall -Lively social 
season ... the Psychedelic Flair party . . . 
a fantastic Heaven or Hell party . . . plus 
the traditional Homecoming, New Year's, 
and Spring Formal parties-Gaining 
strength athletically ... our victory 
column was larger than ever this year- 
Charity projects ... Phi Ep Auction and 
Phi Ep Calendar . . . proceeds to D.C. Chil- 
dren's Hospital . . . also a Halloween 
party at Junior Village with Sigma Delta 
Tau -Active in campus activities . . . Stu- 
dent Court . . . IFC Court . . . Course Guide 
. . . Commuter legislature . . . Kalegathos- 
Don't mess with the kid . . . the New York 
guys are something else-Working toward 
a strong rush ... a lot to offer ... a com- 
plete fraternity where warmth, friendship, 
and involvement prevail. 



Greeks 373 



Phi Kappa Signia 




Founded nationally at University of 
Pennsylvania in 1850 . . . founded locally 
in 1 923 . . . colors of old gold and block . . . 
symbolized by the skull and cross bones - 
active on campus ... six brothers play on 
the lacrosse team . . . also active in Kole- 
gothos . . . Gate and Key . . . IFC Treasurer 
... Phi Alpha Theta history honorary. Al- 
ways promoting good times with a good 
social season . . . Spring Formal in Ocean 
City . . . Togo Parties, with brothers rem- 
inising the days of the Greek and Roman 
orgies . . . Dad's Night . . . Alumni Dinner 
. . . plus party every weekend -Strong in 
intromurols . . . won the lacrosse tourna- 
ment . . . always fielding teams to be reck- 
oned with -Remembering others, too . . . 
sponsoring a Christmas Party for under- 
privileged children from D.C.- Lost alum- 
nus Senator Tydings who spoke and 
sought student views on campus dis- 
orders ... and presenting the Phi Kap Hot 
Snatch during Greek Week- Lots going on 
in the house too . . . with brothers such as 
Penquin, Dime, Gawk, Spaghetti, Vino, 
Chuckles, and Bandit ... and the ever- 
present Phi Kap delegation at the Vous . . . 
pledges kidnapping most of the brothers at 
once, then celebrating with a keg. 





374 Greeks 



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1. 


L. 


Evans 


2. 


M 


. Killian 


3. 


H. 


Vanderschuyt 


4. 


D. 


Furman 


5. 


D. 


Burns 


6. 


B. 


Franklin 


7. 


C. 


Young 


8 


B. 


Aumiller 


9 


T. 


Vogelman 





B 


Connor 



11. T. Gallo 

12. B. Morgan 

13. D. Philips 

14. W. W. Sumner 

15. J. Goldstein 

16. P. Keller-V.P. 

17. B. Lang 

18. J. Sfakianos 

19. D. Casey 

20. B. Piccirillo 



21. 


D. Parker 


22. 


D. Firmani 


23. 


M. Reiter 


24. 


R. Barrow 


25. 


G. Papaloisis 


26. 


B. Clark 


27. 


M. Maura 


28. 


R. Fracalossi 


29. 


S. Hicks-Sec 


30. 


B. Alexis 



31 N. Gori 

32. K. Bechtold 

33. B. England 

34. Mrs. Trudy Fletcher 
Housemother 

35. V. McKewin-Pres. 

36. W. Wright 

37. D. Carter 

38. T. Logan (hidden) 



Greeks 375 




1. J. Sisson-Pres. 


9. W. Kerns 


17. B. Phillips 


25. B. Warren 


2. R. Richards- Sec. 


10. R. Specimen 


18. D. Peterson 


26. P. Trusen 


3. R. Scherer-V.P. 


11. T. Bell 


19. J. Lusby 


27. P. Krichten 


4. "P.T."- Mascot 


12. Unidentified 


20. C. Belanger 


28. M. Eshelman 


5. M. Wilson 


13. T. Skellchock 


21. B. Schieg 


29. G. Ditlow 


6. M. Crist 


14. G. Gladstone 


22. R. Ihndris 




7. A. Stillwell 


15. P. Dubinsky 


23. A. Spealman 




8. M. Economedes 


16. J. Klingenberger 


24. P. Hoffman 





376 Greeks 




Phi Kappa Tau 




Founded nationally at Miami of Ohio more 
than half century ago . . . basic prin- 
ciples-democratic organization, christian 
ideals and innate worth of the individual — 
Beta Omicron Chapter to Maryland U. in 
1950 ... 18 years of leadership and im- 
portance in fraternity life on campus- 
Sponsor of many campus events . . . Harm- 
ony Hall . . . barbershop quartet song- 
fest every autumn . . . "Bottle-Ax Av\/ard 
to outstanding housemother . . . "Bronze 
Bucks" Award to outstanding fraternity 
man -Active social life . . . formal dinner 
dance . . . away weekend at Ocean City 
every Spring . . . social event every two 
weeks-Philanthropic projects . . . help- 
ing the mentally retarded in conjunction 
with the Kennedy Institute ... 20 pints 
of blood for a young girl's open-heart 
surgery . . . Cerebral Palsy roadblock- 
Located in the "gulch" for the post ten 
years . . . moving into new quarters in the 
fall -Phi Kappa Tau . . . Harvard red and 
old gold ... a brotherhood. 



Greeks 377 



Phi Sigma Delta 




An institution with a tradition ... a palm 
and pyramid . . . purple and white . . . 
wearing 24 pearls . . . humility, pride, 
brotherhood . . . April 24, 1919 and April 
6, 1959 ... 14 fraternity row- heritage,- 
Phi Sig Delt-a proud member of a small 
society . . . politics, academics, recrea- 
tion . . . hanging a poster . . . agony 
ecstasy . . . campus office-holders . . . 
working, thinking, striving, receiving a 
pin to an honorary . . . highest fraternity 
overage . . . sponsoring the Ralph Penn 
memorial award to outstanding greek in 
dramatic arts . . . blood, sweat, tears . . . 
block that kick . . . touchdown ... we won, 
we lost . . . let's go team ... Phi Sig-the 
shower power house . . . collecting, earn- 
ing, donating . . . 125 hours in hope . . . 
please, a dollar for every hour in the 
shower . . . annual muscular dystrophy 
drive . . . spending a Sunday morning with 
on orphan at a Christmas party . . . becom- 
ing human roadblocks . . . having our 
sweetheart finish 3rd in campus chest- 
charity,- PSD-a life of leisure . . . enthusi- 
asm, laughter . . . stuffing chicken wire . . . 
watching it rain . . . and rain and rain . . . 
falling in the mud . . . shaving cream in the 
ear . . . chuckle, chuckle ... a watertight 
. . . dancing at a psychedelic party . . . our 
sweetheart in a miniskirt-fun,- Phi Sigma 
Delta-o brotherhood of men . . . long hair 
short hair ... 3 piece suits and dungarees 
. . . spending an away weekend in Vir- 
ginia Beach . . . hosting the national 
convocation . . . congregating, joining, 
uniting ... a home away from home-a 
fraternity. 





378 Greeks 






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1. S. Levin 


18. 


S. Gomberg 


35. 


B. Cohen 


52. 


B. Wohl 


2. M. Lapman 


19. 


A. Sirlin 


36. 


J. Brenner 


53. 


D. Katz 


3. R. Catzva 


20. 


G. Maslan 


37. 


J. Krochmal 


54. 


S. Brody-Treas. 


4. J. Hertz 


21. 


D. Brener 


38. 


E. Oler 


55. 


M. Herbst 


5. A. Zamosky 


22. 


R. Weintraub 


39. 


S. Hippie 


56. 


H. Joffe 


6. R. Kurtz 


23. 


R. Barsky 


40. 


A. Slim 


57. 


A. Dezen 


7. R. Friedman 


24. 


B. Kramer 


41. 


J. Musher 


58. 


P. Goldstein 


8. J. Ross 


25. 


S. Yanovich 


42. 


R. Freed 


59. 


D. Cypes 


9. R. Brown 


26. 


K. Bortnick 


43. 


L. Wolker-V.P. 


60. 


N. Sugar 


10. G. Grossman 


27. 


S. Greene 


44. 


S. Coburn-Pres. 


61. 


B. Hurwitz 


11. G. Avakian 


28. 


M. Seff 


45. 


J. Schnver- Sweetheart 


62. 


N. Pritt 


12. P. Silverman 


29. 


L. Newelt 


46. 


D. Naftalputz 


63. 


J. Friedman 


13. J. Roth 


30. 


R. Lund 


47. 


H. Levitt 


64. 


R. M. Binderman 


14. W. Sherman 


31. 


R. Posner 


48. 


M. Taffel 


65. 


M. Dreyer 


15. M. Lieberman 


32. 


A. Jacobson 


49. 


D. Blond 


66. 


D. Murry 


16. S. Sheinboum 


33. 


A. Sobol 


50. 


H. Koss 






17. B. Varady 


34. 


B. Gregg 


51. 


B. Aserkoff 




Greeks 379 





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y^nann 



1. 


J. Morris 


2. 


M. Kelly 


3. 


T. Gallagher 


4. 


J. Bieber 


5. 


M. Brafilio 


6. 


J. Hyatt 


7. 


R. Varn 


8. 


W. Forbur 


9. 


R. Bliss 


10. 


M. Tucker 


11. 


R. Grahe 



12. 


A. White 


13. 


S. Weber 


14. 


J. Miller 


15. 


J. Marsch 


16. 


J. Longo 


17. 


W. Nizioiek 


18. 


J. Coddington 


19. 


K. Rollins 


20. 


W. Brewster 


21. 


M. DePietro 


22. 


C. Bogley 



23. G. Guynn 


34. E. Becker 


24. D. Crowley 


35. J. Kirlan 


25. R. Grobaker 


36. J. Matthews 


26. G. Petrlik 


37. M. McNutt 


27. M. Marto 


38. D. King 


28. H. Gannon 


39. 0. Jones 


29. R. Stroop 


40. G. Mangum 


30. J. Mancini 


41. R. Peppa 


31. Mrs. Kathrine Sweet - 


42. M. Pich 


Housemother 




32. R. Anderson 




33. R. McHugh 





380 Greeks 




Phi Sigma Kappa 



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Founded nationally in 1873 . . . first fra- 
ternity at Maryland . . . chartered in 1897 
. . . displaying the colors . . . silver and 
magenta -Active in honoraries . . . Kale- 
gathos . . . Gate and Key Society . . . Who's 
Who . . . Men's League Representative . . . 
Senior Class Rep-Quite a few varsity ath- 
letes, too . . . football . . . v»/restling . . . 
svi/imming . . . baseball . . . track ... la- 
crosse— Winning participation in Greek 
Week . . . Tug o' War, Pie Eating, Bike 
Race Winners- Loving our social season, 
too . . . Winter and Spring Formals . . . in- 
house Christmas party . . . Myron Brofilio 
Memorial Ball . . . pajoma party-Com- 
munity service . . . painting sign posts in 
College Pork . . . roadblock-Good times in 
the house, too . . . our cook writes on 
"1001 Ways to Cook With Grease" . . . our 
housemother lectures on manners . . . and 
we actually listen! . . . shaving cream 
battles . . . pledge pranks . . . pledge-ac- 
tive contests . . . getting psyched . . . book- 
ing it together ... all pitching in . . . al- 
ready looking forward to next year. 




Greeks 381 



Phi Sigma Sigma 




Founded nationally 1913 . . . symbolized 
by the American beauty rose representing 
beauty, dignity, grace . . . living up to 
motto "Aim High"-Aiming high on cam- 
pus . . . and succeeding . . . SGA . . . AWS 
Officers . . . positions of leadership ... na- 
tional Phi Sigma Sigma undergraduate of 
the year award . . . National philanthropy 
award . . . Best Chapter Achievement 
Award -Recognizing high ideals in others 
. . . sponsoring the Adele Stomp Award to 
Outstanding Junior Woman on Campus- 
Striving for charity, too . . . Orphan's 
party . . . tutoring underprivileged chil- 
dren . . . money for mental health -Not 
overlooking the cultural . . . guest speak- 
ers .. . lecturers . . . fireside chats . . . 
speaker-dinner series . . . University 
chorus ... art exhibits-Socially active . . . 
open house . . . Formal . . . Apple Polisher's 
Night . . . Desserts . . . Pojoma Parties with 
other sororities -The lighter side . . . Fri- 
day night songfests . . . snack time each 
night . . . bod weather chauffer service . . . 
Peanut Party . . . Santo Clous . . . twelve 
o'clock meetings . . . shower serenades . . . 
Busboy's dinner -And Award's presenta- 
tion . . . Halloween night skit ... Big and 
little Sister functions . . . Parent's Day . . . 
warm, friendly housemother . . . great 
pledge class-Close relations with the 



alumnae . . . serving . 
newed . . . devotion . 
ideals . . . Alum Club 
Scholarship important, 
place overall . . . many 
academics . . . direction . 
attaining . . . fulfillment . . . 



. friendships re- 

. rededication to 

. . perpetuity- 

too . . . second 

honoraries for 

. . striving . . . 




382 Greeks 






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1. H. Rishly 


14. G. Bassin 


27. J. Miller 


40. B. Braunstein 


2. E. Scholleck 


15. B. Yezeroff 


28. H. Chreiber 


41 . P. Sobo 


3. J. Topel 


16. L. Zelkovitz 


29. L. Sugormon 


42. A. Bloom 


4. W. Pollack 


17. E. Beitler 


30. D. Coron 


43. C. Elias 


5. A, Bloomfield 


18. P.Weil 


31. J. Warromch 


44. S. Soltz 


6. R. Duookin 


19. E. Gordon 


32. B. Isrow 


45. M. Peoke 


7. S. Teichman 


20. J. Rubenstein 


33. M. Brenner 


46. E. Roberts 


8. 1. Shulman 


21. B. Dick 


34. A. Cohen 


47. J. Wosserman 


9. S. Flax 


22. D. Levine 


35. J. Marks 


48. 1. Coplan 


10. E. Camny 


23. S. Tempkin 


36. S. Kondell 


49. M. Bisker 


U.S. Ochfeld 


24. L. Posner 


37. C. Levin 


50. L. Reichel 


12. R. Feldman 


25. R. Tannenbaum 


38. H. Harkevey 


51. E. Winkler 


13. S. Faick 


26. P. Monks 


39. B. Unger 


52. R. Laniado 



Greeks 383 



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1. J. Warfield 


21. 


B. Stevens 


2. P. Reed 


22. 


S. Dale 


3. J. Masi 


23. 


C. Whitaker 


4. E. Barnard 


24. 


L. Falasca 


5. D. Pringle 


25. 


1. Zolnaski 


6. D. Cimokowski 


26. 


P. Watson 


7. J. Hack-Treas. 


27. 


K. Lapp 


8. M. Downing 


28. 


C. Crowell 


9. B. Baden 


29. 


L. Blesecki 


10. T. Mueller- Pres. 


30. 


C. Blaine 


U.K. Kells-V.P. 


31. 


C. Colglazier 


12. B. Shoemaker 


32. 


L. Moore 


13. L.Tucker 


33. 


L. Amis 


14. N. Browning -Corr. Sec. 


34. 


C. Wines 


15.' D. Towne-Rec. Sec. 


35. 


G. Carter 


16. S. Slamo 


36. 


K. Bowen 


17. G. Snyder 


37. 


L. Koonce 


18. J. Rado 


38. 


L. Vawter 


19. G. Coburn 


39. 


S. Race 


20. M. Parks 


40. 


C. Bauman 



41. K. Breleux 


61. 


S. Johnson 


42. N. McMahon 


62. 


C. Watson 


43. G. Kiesel 


63. 


C. Tribby 


44. D. Elliott 


64. 


D. Elsnic 


45. Mrs. Edith DuBois- 


65. 


S. Paulson 


Housemother 


66. 


E. Shook 


46. S. Absher 


67. 


L. Dantinne 


47. C. Pszworo 


68. 


S. Stebbins 


48. G. Reilly 


69. 


S. Reinaver 


49. J. Gloss 


70. 


K. Kerr 


50. P. Marshall 






51. P. McAuley 






52. D. Diehl 






53. N. Ruskin 






54. S. Durst 






55. B. Porterfield 






56. T. Schmitt 






57. P. Drews 






58. B. Macheill 






59. B. Conn 






60. P. LeRoy 








Pi Beta Phi 




Born at Monmouth College in 1867 . . . 
"to cultivate sincere friendships, estab- 
lish the real object of life, and promote the 
happiness of humanity" . . . golden arrow 
with golden chain . . . colors of wine and 
silver blue . . . founded locally in 1944- 
Sponsoring the Holiday Doors contest an- 
nually to increase the Christmas spirit on 
campus . . . and when we're not sponsor- 
ing, we're participating . . . Greek Week . . . 
charity drives . . . and supporting our Na- 
tional's project . . . building and maintain- 
ing a school, hospital and craft center in 
Appolachio . . . gaining satisfaction from 
helping others-Alwoys active socially- 
Providing the campus with leaders and 
organizations members- President of 
AWS is a Pi Phi -Lots going on within 
the house, too . . . candlelights . . . "Who's 
engaged?" . . . "you're kidding!" . . . "at 
long lost" . . . borrowing clothes . . . "who 
wears size 9?" . . . communal study effort, 
too . . . "who has B.A. 130?" -Known for 
mini-skirts . . . and for friendliness . . . 
don't forget spirit . . . it's the Pi Phi way. 



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Greeks 385 



Pi Kappa Alpha 




The year 1968 is of historical significance 
for PIKA-marks 100 years of existence 
. . . founded in 1868 at University of Vir- 
ginia-Thomas Jefferson Country . . . 
Colors of Garnet and Old Gold ... 145 uni- 
versities and colleges now flying PIKA 
Chapter flags . . . 81,000 members of na- 
tional at the last census . . . Delta Psi 
Chapter here was founded in 1952 by four 
Korean War Vets ... 75 actives and 27 
averaging pledges . . . Brothers lament for 
the ghetto called our Fraternity house . . . 
is no handicap but a rallying point . . . Lots 
of time in the Union . . . bull sessions . . . 
who are you taking to the party tonight? 
. . . Where's the action? -at the Nurse's 
Mixer of course ... all these good times 
hove created a really strong brotherhood 
-3 weight lifters and a half dozen self 
proclaimed wrestlers . . . new house is a 
good Joke . . . takes too much money that 
has to go to parties . . . alms alms . . . 
does someone have $400,000 to donate to 
a worthy cause . . . lots of good voices . . . 
IF Sing turns into big thing ... the fratern- 
ity turned into a big thing. 



386 Greeks 




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1. P.Cooke 


20. 


S. Latchaw 


39. 


B. Warner 


58. 


G. Boyce 


2. W. Metzbower-Treas. 


21. 


T. Toomel 


40. 


C. Clark 


59. 


M. Walden 


3. B. Mauldin-Sec. 


22. 


D. Flemming 


41. 


A. Whittington 


60. 


B. Tymiuk 


4. T. Shoner-Pres. 


23. 


B. Gipe 


42. 


B. Black 


61. 


J. Dodd 


5. D. McGlen-V.P. 


24. 


J. Rickman 


43. 


L. Jacksits 


62. 


E. Colbert 


6. D. Light 


25. 


J. Regnier 


44. 


J. Allen 


63. 


J. DeVan 


7, P. Krotzer 


26. 


D. Vaughn 


45. 


B. McClellan 


64. 


J. Knight 


8. T. Sudutto 


27. 


R. Culp 


46. 


R. Teter 


65. 


D. Riganese 


9. E. Drawbaugh 


28. 


R. Ritchie 


47. 


A. Emminizer 


66. 


J. McElroy 


10. D. Neily 


29. 


R. Bostek 


48. 


T. Dunn 


67. 


D. Anderson 


11. L. Lilien 


30. 


B. Koenig 


49. 


S. Matthews 


68. 


M. Ordon 


12. J. Swift 


31. 


B. Allerhead 


50. 


C. Maier 


69. 


P. Ward 


13. J. Koodrich 


32. 


J. Wannen 


51. 


G. Yonkins 


70. 


L. McDoniels 


14. V. Burns 


33. 


M. Davidson 


52. 


D. Newcomb 


71. 


B. Wollick 


15. G. Pelcquin 


34. 


S. Shick 


53. 


J. Gaskill 


72. 


R. Forbes 


16. D. Euicl< 


35. 


J. Hanson 


54. 


J. Carney 


73. 


T. Tommasello 


17. R. Buchman 


36. 


D. Blidden 


55. 


J. Niarhos 


74. 


T. Ferraro 


18. S. Loewinger 


37. 


T. Sutphim 


56. 


R. Avena 


75. 


L. Thomas 


19. J. Carpenter 


38. 


G. Saverbacher 


57. 


D. Larkin 


76. 


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1. G. Hastings 




15. D. Quesenberry 


29. B. Weart 






43. L. Chandler 


2. R. Rogers 




16. G. Incontrera 




30. K. Johnson 






44. T. Ball 


3. J. Sittenfeld 




17. S. Gridley 




31. D. Field 






45. J. Rhodes 


4. T. Toula-Sec. 




18. F. Morgan 




32. J. Foster 






46. B. Parker 


5. D. Hodge 




19. J. Houston 




33. C. Coddington 






47. T. Walsh 


6. C. Zink 




20. P. Boccia 




34. B. Kirkwood 






48. G. Leslie 


7. J. Sokers-Pres. 




21. D. Schmitt 




35. B.Carlson 






49. M. Dashiell 


8. P. Redden -Trees 




22. F. Peterka 




36. D. Burch 






50. D. Munger 


9. T. Thrasher 




23. D. Rouhier 




37. T. Leonard 






51. B. Albrecht 


10. T. Dechant 




24. C. Weidig 




38. J. Edwards 






52. J. Hopkins 


11. S. Heitz 




25. S. McNamora 




39. D. Walker 








12. D. Konopelski 




26. G. Shockley 




40. C. Woinwright 








13. C. Savely 




27. B. Mann 




41. S. Holloi 








14. S.Weber 




28. C. Blische 






42. D. Perry 









388 Greeks 




Sigma Alpha Epsilon 







Service and activities as keynotes . . . 
founded in Antebellum Alabama by South- 
ern Boys . . . Came to College Park in 43 . . . 
chapters everywhere ... did you say 161 
Suhs? . . . academics . . . high . . . smart 
people . . . 2.3888 average . . . Public serv- 
ice .. . Cerebral Palsy Road Block, a useful 
traffic obstruction finally . . . Co-sponsors 
of Halloween Orphan's Party . . . Miss 
Anne Arundel helped . . . we're not all work 
. . . athletically gifted . . . that means lots of 
Jocks . . . Softball and volleyball champs 
. . . football gomes ... big crowds . . . 
loud cheers . . . loud pledges . . . parties . . . 
Sunday tube Games ... we won TGIF . . . 
more parties . . . Homecoming decorations 
and KKG Skit night triumphs . . . whose 
wheels are those? . . . never wheels of Fire 
. . . always busy . . . pledge project . . . 
service again high aspirations . . . making 
it . . . Campus leaders . . . Kolegethos and 
Gate and Key Honorary . . . SGA . . . editors 
on campus . . . BYO pencil . . . will you 
write an article for me? . . . Part of the 
fun . . . Port of a fraternity. 




Greeks 389 



Sigma Alpha Mu 




Founded nationally at New York University 
in 1909 . . . local chapter started in 1932 
. . . with the goals of instilling ideals of 
true manhood, democracy, and humanity 
... the letter and the spirit of the fratern- 
ity .. . this spirit seen in all phases of cam- 
pus life . . . academics . . . athletics . . . 
publications . . . community service — Re- 
cently won a "Letter of Commendation" 
from the American Red Cross ... we spon- 
sored Bounce for Beats for the heart 
fund . . . NBA stars present . . . Gus John- 
son and Earl Monroe ... 30 hours of con- 
tinuous basketball bouncing in front of the 
Student Union ... but for a good cause and 
with good results-We also added a new 
activity to the Greek week events . . . 
College Bowl . . . good test of speed and 
brains . . . good for spirit and for competi- 
tion—Seeking broader intellectual hori- 
zons . . . established an exchange program 
with Copenhagen, Denmark ... a new and 
enlightening experience-All this and a 
great social season too . . . Homecoming 
. . . deserts . . . buffets . . . formols . . . 
traditional theme parties . . . after all, we 
are a social fraternity . . . might as well 
live up to the name- We also enjoy sports 
. . . both watching and playing — Politically 
active . . . yet we hove our share of pranks, 
too -good times, good company, good 
brotherhood. 



390 Greeks 








1. M. Snitzer- Exchequer 


20. 


M. Cohen 


2. L. Levy 


21. 


B. Goldman 


3. D. Mazer 


22. 


J. Loran 


4. M. Fribush 


23. 


N. Cohen 


5. B. Fruchtbaum 


24. 


1. Brown 


6. M. Sugar 


25. 


T. Antin 


7. R. Rombro 


26. 


B. Lippmann 


8. L Silverstein 


27. 


R. Rosenswog 


9. N. Adieberg 


28. 


T. Winer 


10. F. Silber 


29. 


B. Roogow 


11. B. Landes- Prior 


30. 


J. Hoders 


12. C. Porter 


31. 


R. Galitz 


13. Mrs. Allen -House- 


32. 


E. Nocklcs 


mother 


33. 


S. Emmer 


14. L. Wolf 


34. 


R. Knable 


15. S. Sydney 


35. 


J. Boyar 


16. 1. Meier 


36. 


A. Suskind 


17. M. Stein 


37. 


F. McCleory 


18. A. Rosenberg 


38. 


J. Tend 


19. S. Mackler 







39. R. Lessons 

40. R. Miller 

41. J.Toub 

42. B. Asch 

43. R. Luxenburg 

44. M. Book 
R. Klein 
S. Bark 
M. Metzger 

48. D. Krauss 

49. P. Sindler- Recorder 
S. Goldberg 
B. Silber 

52. A. Shainker 

53. G. Melnick 
G. Smith 
S. So 

56. B. Gonn 

57. R. Browning 



45. 
46. 
47. 



50. 
51. 



54. 
55. 



58. D. 

59. L. 

60. B. 

61. T. 

62. J. 

63. E. 

64. N. 

65. S. 

66. J. 

67. J. 

68. Y. 

69. H. 

70. C. 

71. J. 

72. A. 

73. L. 

74. B. 



Kesbel 

Klein 

Grosshondler 

Rose 

Katz 

Friedman 

Leovey 

Leon 

Knable 

Seigle 

Rosenker 

Adier 

Gross 

Wilen 

Becker 

Semer 

Snyder 



Greeks 391 




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vx 



'l,i\ 



1. B. Nicholas 

2. B. Saunders 

3. M. Spitzer 

4. P. Bell 

5. P. Stinchcomb 

6. K. Allen 



9, 
10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18 



D. Gabriel 
P. Zaiesak 
D.Clark 
M. Fry 
M. Datko 
G. Courtois 
S. Joyce 
G. Kepler 
T; Ferry 
R. Carbia 
B. Hoick 
J. Scott 



20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 
24. 
25. 
26. 
27. 
28. 



B. Robie 
J. Boon 
K. Shipp 
G. Boyd 

C. Shewchuck 
T. Simpson 

J. Savage 

M. Miller-Sec. 

B. Randall 



19. M. Febrey 



29. D. Nowaskey 

30. S. McGrath-Pres. 

31. R. Flanagan 

32. Sig-Mascot 

33. A. Laird 

34. E. Seocover 

35. G. Speni 

36. B. Philips 

37. M. Gancsos 

38. G. Auge 



39. 


D 


Zerbo 


40. 


D 


Bechtold 


41. 


B 


Attinger-Treas. 


42. 


J. 


Weiler 


43. 


J. 


Forsbacko 


44. 


B 


Mayer 


45. 


T. 


Ball 


46. 


T. 


Walk 


47. 


D 


Schanberger 


48. 


R. 


Beachley 


49. 


K. 


Harrington 


50. 


P. 


Constantinides-V.P 


51. 


G 


Allen 


52. 


B. 


Groves 


53. 


D. 


McCarthy 


54. 


B. 


Basham 


55. 


D. 


Dybowski 


56. 


R. 


Swain 


57. 


H. 


Tate 



58. 


S. Brauer 


59. 


F. Flower 


60. 


E. Kordulo 


61. 


B. Schanberger 


62. 


R. Freeland 


63. 


B. Hickey 


64. 


E. Sutton 


65. 


P. Novick 


66. 


H. Branning 


67. 


J. Hobscher 


68. 


T. Waikart 


69. 


T. Elliot 


70. 


G. Figallo 




Sigma Chi 




Born at Maryland 1942 ... 87 years after 
founding at Miami Univ. in Oxford, Ohio 
in 1 855 . . . acclaimed as "one of the great- 
est Sigma Chi Chapters" by a national 
officer-A well-rounded house . . . politic- 
ally powerful . . . boasts Freshman class 
president . . . SGA officers . . . IFC offices - 
exhibit athletic prowess as well . . . run- 
ner-up in IFC football . . . consistently in 
intramural playoffs and chompionships- 
Activity-minded . . . honoraries and organ- 
izations . . . Studies -Good times, too . . . 
Vous time . . . "where's my honey?" . . . 
let's hove a dessert . . . parties . . . GIGIFS 
. . . love it!-Outstanding housing facil- 
ities . . . largest, most modern fraternity 
house on Campus . . . marked by a 1 Vi ton 
concrete and iron White Cross in the front 
yard -Home for "Zero", "Toasty", 
"Monk", "Biggie", "Barf", or "Pert" . . . 
Also home of "Sig", famous pet basset 
hound . . . rumor has it that "Sig" takes 
class notes for absent brothers at 8 a.m.- 
Socially alive . . . Kool Yule dance at 
Christmas . . . Sweetheart Weekend in 
Ocean City highlights spring . . . Sponsor- 
ing Derby Day . . . two fabulous days for 
sororities and Sigs in the fall . . . and the 
Sweetheart of Sigma Chi . . . "the blue of 
her eyes and the gold of her hair" . . . 
friendship . . . spirit . . . brotherhood. 




Greeks 393 



Sigma Delta Tau 




Colors cafe au loit and old blue ... the 
golden yellow tea rose ... the shining 
torch ... to us, a way of life, to those who 
have shared our treasures -a cherished 
memory . . . Ugly Man on Campus . . . first 
place three years in a row . . . Derby Day, a 
time to let ourselves go . . . spirit trophy, 
the zipper strip. The hectic planning for 
rush-the thrill of a new pledge class . . . 
This post summer, winning "Best All 
Around Chapter" at National Convention in 
the Grand Bahama Islands . . . reliving the 
thrill in pictures . . . Parents' Weekend . . . 
Professors for dinner . . . Fireside chats 
and an instructor who stayed til 12 . . . 
inviting a teacher to Open House dance . . . 
planning a Halloween party for the under- 
privileged, collecting toys for children in 
the inner-city so that Christmas will be 
special . . . writing to a child in Appalachia 
and sharing her dreams . . . warmth- 
sincerity- sisterhood . . . Sigma Delta Tou 
. . . ours to remember . . . because we made 
it that way . . . Once a dream of seven girls, 
now home for eighty . . . memories linger 
. . . living across the street from the Vous 
-noisy Thursday nights hearing the boys 
after Leo closed his doors . . . cherry 
bombs on front lawn . . . serenades in 
early morning hours ... a candlelight . . . 
studying in the kitchen . . . o life that was 
unique . . . we'll remember -Sigma Delta 
Tou. 




394 Greeks 




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1. M. Green berg 

2. F.Sherr 

3. J. Goldscheider 

4. F. Greenberg 

5. J.Bell 

6. K. Schonberg 

7. F. Hoffman 

8. J. Fribush 

9. D. Polatnick 

10. A. Slossberg 

1 1. G. Bormel 

12. A.Smith 

13. S. Rosen 

14. M. Cohen 

15. B. Blacher 

16. A. Rosoff 

17. M.Abraham 

18. S. Silverman 

19. A.Scher 

20. R. Horwitz 



21. B. 

22. J. 

23. J. 

24. S. 

25. J. 

26. J. 

27. E. 

28. J. 

29. E. 



30. 
31. 
32. 



33. D 

34. J. 

35. H 

36. P. 

37. S. 

38. R. 

39. L. 

40. N. 



Friedlander 
Falk 

Tonnenboum 
. Sislen 
Silver 
Winkler 
Kouffman 
Lubcher 
Rosenkrantz 
. Light 
. Greenberg 
. Tompakov 
. Rubin 
Berg 
. Becker 
Sayre 
Man is 
Zimmerman 
Cohen 
Noden 



L. Brazer 

B. Gev^irtz 
J.Wollach 
P. Some 

C. Brow^n 
D.Klein 

47. R.Jacobs 

48. President Elkins 
M. Rubin 
Mrs. Elkins 
F. Baum 
C. Gerber 



41. 
42. 
43. 
44, 
45. 
46. 



49 
50 
51 
52. 



53. A. Weinberg 



54. 
55. 
56. 
57. 
58. 
59. 
60. 



J. Snelnick 
E. Cantor 
R. Yudin 
J. Brody 
R. Israel 
P. Hyatt 
B. Weiss 



61. C. Eskenazi 

62. T. Rosenblatt 

63. R. Carton 

64. W. Davis 

65. D. Rudner 

66. S. Goldberg 

67. J. Schiller 

68. A. Taylor 

69. B. Kessler 

70. D. Rudden 

71. B.Scher 

72. P.Jacobs 

73. S. Berkovi^ 

74. D. Levine 

75. E. Garin 

76. S. Hill 

77. D. Hill 

78. P.Cohen 



Greeks 395 




1. 


A. Areno 


2. 


R. Whelan 


3. 


C. Parr 


4. 


L Follin 


5. 


S. Doiley 


6. 


J. Herr 


7. 


M. Lilly 


8. 


C. Hayden 


9. 


B. Brown 


10. 


A. DePosquale 


11. 


B. Burke 


12. 


L. Colsh 


13. 


J. Roots 


14. 


C. Carroll 


15. 


N. Kane 


16 


M. Cory 


17 


K. Stentz 


18 


D. Chompo 


19 


S. Furtick 



20. P. Kadan 

21 . P. Rhodes 

22. N. Douglas 

23. M. Winter 

24. P. Grambo 

25. G. D'Onofrio 

26. B. Friedman 

27. L. Burgess 

28. C. Carter 

29. C. Machis-lstV.P. 

30. B. Mottingly-Pres. 

31. Mrs. Jacobs- Housemother 

32. L Ritchie-2nd V.P. 

33. M. J. Gill-Rec. Sec. 

34. B. Parker 

35. C. Snyder 

36. T. Walker 

37. C. Tracy 

38. L. O'Hara 



39. K. Haskin 

40. S. Gasket 

41. H.Wood 

42. J. Colleran 

43. J. Larson 

44. J. Meredith 

45. K. House 

46. M. Obenschain 

47. A. Kelly 

48. C. Schmick 

49. M. Phipps 

50. N. Elliott 

51. K. DiGinnaro 

52. A. Holbrook 

53. T. Truitt 

54. P. Kuhns 

55. S. Kacena 

56. D. Giouque 

57. D. Reed 



58. B. Melle 

59. L. Mitchell 

60. M. Sinclair 

61. P. Turner 

62. S. Grigsby 

63. M. J. Spontak 

64. J. Smith 

65. S. Vance 

66. L. Hamilton 

67. C. Smith 

68. K. Ort 

69. B. Tuzzo 

70. J. Koenig 

71. C. Truppner 

72. M. A. Knight 



73. 
74, 



S. Brown 
P. Lewis 



-Treos. 




Sigma Kappa 




Happiness . . . fulfillment ... a gift for 
giving . . . and satisfaction from giving - 
founded at Colby College 1874 ... 130 
chapters throughout nation . . . sharing 
sisterhood . . . w^earing the Triangle pin . . . 
colors of maroon and lavender . . . motto 
"One heart, one way" ... all forming a 
strong bond . . . living, w^orking laughing 
. . . Winter formal . . . hayrides . . . inspira- 
tion week trips to our special place ... the 
thrill of candlelight . . . "Who got 
pinned this time?" . . . Phone calls . . . des- 
serts-olways going . . . busy, but plenty 
to show for it . . . first place Sigma Chi 
Derby Day . . . Harmony Hail Honors . . . 
sponsors the Bridge Tournament . . . gotta 
love it! Traveling plenty, too . . . to the 
beach ... to the mountains . . . Europe . . . 
maybe even California-study together. .. 
discuss just about anything, and some- 
times til 3 or 4 am .. . and there's ques- 
tioning and debate . . . lasting friendships 
... fun on the Row . . . hectic times during 
Rush . . . followed by a great new pledge 
class . . . "getting to know you" . . . and 
lots of fun doing it . . . good memories this 
year . . . already looking forward to the 
next . . . it's been great -Sigma Kappa '68. 



Greeks 397 



Sigma Nu 




V.M.I. . . . 1869 . . . black, white, gold . . . 
strong National . . . proud heritage . . . 
honor ... A Serpent, A Rose, A Star . . . 
unity in action . . . brotherhood . . . diver- 
sity ... on campus since 1917 .. . social 
activities . . . "good times" ... the Vous 
crev^ . . . nicknames . . . Hermit . . . Rock . . . 
Penguin . . . Weasel . . . Rat . . . away foot- 
ball games . . . Paducah . . . Where are the 
rugs, L.B.? . . . pajama party . . . f-o-a-a-n- 
tastic . . . homecoming . . . strong alumni 
. . . prettiest sweetheart on campus . . . 
Sigma Nu Sue ... Is this any way to run a 
football team? . . . snakes . . . pledge 
pranks . . . gigifs . . . Who was supposed to 
bring the cups? . . . Little Mel . . . IF Sing 
. . . Windy . . . Spring Weekend . . . Yankee 
Clipper . . . actives swamp pledges in foot- 
ball game . . . Con anyone get me a date? 
. . . intramurals . . . fireside chats . . . apart- 
ment parties . . . boat ride to Marshall 
Hall . . . varsity football players ... 89, 
1 7, 75, 58, 73 ... I didn't do my homework. 
Brother Ralph . . . slave song . . . phone 
booth stuffing . . . serenades . . . sports car 
rally . . . scholarship . . . brothers in honor- 
aries . . . varsity baseball . . . make your 
grades . . . The Way of Honor . . . varsity 
track . . . flowers for pinmates . . . Arthur 
H. Kunz Scholarship Award ... The White 
Star . . . trips to notional . . . lasting friend- 
ship . . . lasting brotherhood ... get 
psyched ... the Life, the Way, the Light. 




398 Greeks 




J. McDevitt 

S. Moores-Pres. 

S. Ruckert 

A. Phillips 

J. Kovacas 

L. Eason 

D. Jankiewicz 

8. M. Mclnturff 

9. B. Raff 
R. Carlson 
L. Schutz 
L. Hayes 
R. McChesney 

14. J. Hewlett 

15. A. Hortmonn 

16. H. Trapkin 
F. Thompson 



1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 



10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 



17 



18. J. Harbour 

19. K. Taylor 

20. J. Honnon 

21. P. Slaysman 

22. D. Wells 

23. J. Sheyo 

24. J. Czernikowski 

25. W. Foster 

26. M. Denhord 

27. R, Kommer-V.P. 

28. C. Kidd 

29. D. Erskine 

30. D. DeBethizy 

31. M. Raff 

32. V. Miskowich 

33. A. Kerschensteiner 

34. R. Byrne 



35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 



0. Bracken 
D. Myers 
R. Creoger 
P. Irwin 
P. Trapkin 
M. Jenkins 
B. Evans 
T. Greshko 
D. Cassidy 

44. C. Tiedebohl 

45. J. Brown 
S. Corr 
R. Strickland 
M. Jones 
T. Ray 
M. Schatz 
D. Gonzales 



46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 



52. M. Behre 

53. G. Fries 

54. W. Carney 

55. J. Evans 

56. T. Anthony 

57. D. Seitz 

58. W. Moyer 

59. R. Denny 

60. W. McGrath 

61. G. Wojtech 

62. E. Honczoryk 

63. T. Wilson 

64. J. Bellas -Sec. 

65. D. Kecmon 

66. D. McCollam 

67. R. Sonntag 

68. B. Olecki 



Greeks 399 



1. B. Bell-V.P. 


13. A. Sullivan 


2. K. Vrasik 


14. 1. Zolucky 


3. G. Brown 


15. T. Dutterer 


4. L. Burton 


16. B. Dye 


5. L. Monorin 


17. G. Merson 


6. B. Dodd 


18. B. Wynn 


7. E. Poret 


19. B. Stone 


8. B. Brown 


20. J. Cozzi 


9. B. Anderson 


21. G. Moore 


10. J. Davis 


22. J. Kelsey 


11. R. Grzeskiewicz 


23. H. Everitt 


12. B. Komins 


24. M. Dutterer 



• Pres. 



25. J. Kryanowsky 


37. P. Ruehl 


26. W. Snyder 


38. G. Lowergau 


27. B. Royce 


39. J. Wingfield 


28. B. Wolfe 


40. J. Huber 


29. E. Preiss 


41. J. Rupert 


30. T. Trodden 


42. D. Mintzer 


31. B. Hahn 


43. J. Boss 


32. D. Skowronski 


44. T. Campos 


33. F. Weaver 


45. J. Prescott 


34. J. Umberger 


46. M. Kovach-HM 


35. W. Henry 


47. G. Greenip 


36. E. Joffee 





400 Greeks 




Sigma Phi Epsilon 




Founded nationally at Richmond College 
m 1901 . . . twelve young collegians hun- 
gering for a campus fellowship based on 
Christian ideals that neither the college 
nor other fraternities could offer . . . num- 
ber 2 in number of chapters, with 176 na- 
tionwide-Founded at Maryland in 1949 
. . . located on Hopkins Ave. since 1951 - 
Flying the colors of purple and sanguine 
red . . . heart shaped pin, with 20 pearls . . . 
symbolized by the skull and cross bones 
... and the red door - Started the year at a 
fast pace . . . always a threat on the foot- 
ball field, and holding our own in volley- 
ball, golf, and softball-Good social sea- 
son . . . Homecoming is a highlight ... the 
joyous return of alumni renews the bonds 
of brotherhood ... in spring we hove our 
spring weekend, the Heart Boil-Much im- 
proved academically . . . climbing from a 
2.2 to a 2.65-A medium sized chapter 
stressing unity and brotherly love-Active 
on campus ... the secretary & treasurer 
of Men's League ore Sig Eps, as is the IFC 
secretary . . . other members ore in Kale- 
gathos, DDK, and Who's Who -Fireside 
chat with DPhiE on the topic of suppressed 
desire . . . "cob time" . . . "the King" . . . 
the food drive for needy organizations . . . 
fun . . . spirit . . . Maryland Beta. 



Greeks 401 



Sigma Pi 




House next to Book Exchange . . . lots of 
books? . . . "Who's doing the booking?" . . . 
always sports cars parked in front . . . 
colors of lavender and white . . . many 
chapters, one hundred and ten in oil ... a 
growing chapter, with one pledge for 
every one and a half actives . . . pledges 
special Ex-Lax chocolate chip cookies . . . 
oh, excuse me . . . stolen furniture . . . 
dishes . . . brothers . . . pledge-active foot- 
ball game . . . 27-0. Small now- But 
watch us in action . . . annual toy drive 
for orphans . . . pie eating contest during 
Greek Week . . . banana cream pie . . . 
a fine new cook-Sports ... the bowling 
house with IFC Championship two years 
running . . . semi-finals last season - 
chicks walking by . . . are they girls? 
. . . wolf whistles . . . guys doing wheelies 
with their cycles at Hell's Angels party . . . 
girls taken for a ride . . . camera-crazed 
shutterbug doing his flash all night . . . 
O.C. formal . . . dates around the fireplace 
... in and out parties ... on and off parties 
. . . good times all . . . all part of the fun. 




402 Greeks 




1. J. Scheeley 


11, T. McKnew 


2. B. Hoffberger-Sec. 


12. K. Madsen 


3. B. Boccucci- Sweetheart 


13. J. Mearo 


4. R. Jarry 


14. G. Johnson 


5. L. Casalino 


15. B. Ritchie 


6. C. Conklin 


16. B. Scherr 


7. K. Ray 


17. B. Houck 


8. S. Gordon-Treas. 


18. K. Hansen 


9. D. Milliken 


19. P. Vale 


10. B. Sledz 


20. P. Singer 



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21. 


J. Goldstein 


22. 


J. Klimovitz 


23. 


B. Childs 


24. 


R. Barr 


25. 


T. Florenz, Jr 


26. 


D. Powers 


27. 


A. Dunsten 


28. 


M. Levin 


29. 


J. Pensinger 


30. 


T. Schmelzer 



31. 


N. Spector 


32. 


M. Von Wald 


33. 


B. Hunt-Pres. 


34. 


W. Kesting-V.P. 


35. 


D. Degraffenreid 


36. 


B. Bates 


37. 


H. Eisenberg 



Greeks 403 






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1. 


M. Engel 


2. 


B. Finestone 


3. 


H. Strauss 


4. 


P. Brietner 


5. 


S. Schwartz 


6. 


S.Sobloff 


7. 


P. Sklar 


8. 


L. Klompus 


9. 


S. Vinicur 


10. 


A. Cohn 


11. 


C. Burman 


12. 


E. Dector 


13, 


G. Cooper 


14. 


N. Greenboum 


15. 


J. Levinson 


16. 


B. Leung 


17. 


S.Barsky 


18. 


M. Herson 


19. 


M.Jacobs 


20. 


J. Storen 


21. 


V. Modrick 


22. 


R.Collier 



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23. 


C.Scherr- Trees 


24. 


B. Kirson-Sec. 


25. 


1. Morkowitz 


26. 


C. Weinberg 


27. 


L David -Pres. 


28. 


K. Kravitz 


29. 


D. Kahn-V.P. 


30. 


J. Isner 


31. 


S. Van Grack 


32. 


C. Bracken 


33. 


M. Herson 


34. 


B. Abel 


35. 


S. Klien 


36. 


A. Porter 


37. 


F. Sirs 


38. 


J. Lillien 


39. 


P. Chandler 


40. 


R. Shur 


41. 


J. Halper 


42. 


M. Hinkes 


43. 


J. Lobe 


44. 


B. Schufeld 



45. P. Levin 

46. J. Fleischer 

47. S. Dubin 

48. J. Kramen 

49. A. Margolis 
A. Fox 
R. Sherman 

52. N. Savitsky 

53. H. Armstrong 
M. Lanbert 
M. Hersch 
C. Blechmon 
S. Berkowitz 
W. Plotkin 

59. J. Lissauer 

60. M. Katz 
R. Burke 
C. Postovi/ 

63. N. Biskor 

64. J. Kaufman 
J. Kaye 
C. Cummings 



50. 

51 



54. 
55. 
56. 
57. 
58. 



61. 
62. 



65. 
66. 




67. S. Harvi^ood 

68. A. Munaker 

69. H. Bomstein 

70. T. Issacoff 

71. P. Sandler 

72. J. Blumenthal 

73. M. Blank 

74. D. Eisner 

75. Mark . . . 

76. D. Wolfe 

77. S. Feldman 

78. D. Carter 

79. S. Latter 

80. D. Sperling 

81. B. lewh 

82. S. Rice 

83. R. Auerback 

84. M. Kellert 

85. B. Kotler 

86. M. Worshavi/ 




Tau Epsilon Phi 




Founded nationally at Columbia in 1911 
... Tau Beta chapter founded here in 1925 
. . . colors of lavender and white- Proud 
of Maryland Governor Marvin Mandel, a 
Maryland TEP alumnus-Active politically 
on campus, too . . . president of SGA . . . 
president of junior class . . . three legisla- 
tors-Won the outstanding extra-curric- 
ular activities award from the notional - 
Socially, we have many theme parties . . . 
toga party . . . soul party . . . psychedelic 
party . . . hippie party . . . with bonds to 
match the occasion -Always seen in IFC 
sports . . . won tennis and foul shooting 
events last yeor-Also proud of members 
on varsity teams . . . football, baseball, 
basketball, tennis, swimming, wrestling, 
golf . . . Mike Herson was signed by the 
Baltimore Orioles last year-Raising a 
little hell in the house, too . . . all in fun . . . 
"poor Liz" . . . posters and black lights 
turn desserts into psychedelic haven . . . 
Mr. Montgomery . . . bold swimmers . . . 
seriously thinking about going co-ed . . . 
close to the Vous-But not forgetting 
others ... we run College Casino for char- 
ity .. . also, co-sponsors of the Campus 
Blood Drive . . . plus a Christmas Party for 
orphans- Emphasizing studies, too . . . of 
our past 69 pledges, 60 mode grades . . . 
on outstanding record-friendship . . . 
chivalry . . . service ... all port of being 
oTEP. 



Greeks 405 



Tau Kappa Epsilon 




Founded in 1899 at Illinois Wesleyan Uni- 
versity . . . largest social fraternity in the 
world . . . over 260 chapters . . . chartered 
at Maryland in 1947- Beta Delta chapter 
. . . colors of cherry and gray ... the white 
pearl and the red carnation . . . symbolized 
by the equilateral triangle . . . and the TKE 
bell, symbol of TKE spirit, heard at all 
home football games-A fraternity in 
many campus activities ... Old Line Party 
. . . IPC . . . Gate and Key . . . Kalegathos-A 
fraternity of mind and body . . . most im- 
proved academic in 1967 . . . represented 
on varsity football and wrestling ... IPC 
sports, too-A fraternity of community 
service . . . Orphans' Christmas Party with 
Delta Gamma . . . annual Spring Public 
Service Weekend Project . . . proud of 
sponsoring Miss Campus Chest Queen in 
1967 ... A social fraternity . . . famous 
for the "instant party" ... the "Roaring 
Twenties" party . . . Homecoming . . . 
Christmas Pormal . . . Spring Pormal at 
Ocean City . . . sorority mixers . . . joint 
dinners . . . our honorary froter at the 
Vous — Enjoying life in the Gulch . . . girl 
watching from the front porch . . . basket- 
ball court on Lot 3 . . . words of wisdom 
from Sadie the cook . . . "hey Sadie, are we 
having Tide for Dinner?" ... a house of 
spirit . . . and brotherhood. 





406 Greeks 



TKE 




1. A. Home 


13. J. Collender 


25. J. Connor 


37. C. Young 


2. R. Spinella 


14. M. Reid 


26. S. Stevens 


38. J. Deringer 


3. L. Rikhom 


15. C. Holub 


27. R. Mohlhenrich 


39. F. Wasuta 


4. F. Hunsicker 


16. D. Hefferman 


28. S. Maltese 


40. R. Walker 


5. F. Fonte 


17. R. Belotte 


29. J. Ayers 


41. M. Radebough 


6. J. Gessner 


18. S. O'Connor 


30. T. erocoto 


42. D. Hardesty 


7. R. Head 


19. G. Mulligan 


31. G. Millington 


43. C. Milancy 


8. R. Bayne 


20. J. Weikel 


32. J. Pietz 


44. J. Baker 


9. B. Haske 


21. B. Brolle 


33. W. Smith 


45. T. Batemon 


10. J. Arnoult 


22. J. Butto 


34. J, Barrows 




1 1. J. Fetrow 


23. W. McLaughlin 


35. J. Paxton 




12. L. Meomartino 


24. L. Yocum 


36. K. Gileod 





Greeks 407 




1. B. Stein 

2. J. Watson 

3. B. Schermann 

4. T. Boose 

5. P. Tonsey 

6. M. Garner 

7. L. Yarris 

8. K. Lighthiser II 

9. F. Gatchell 

10. J. Hodges 

11. M. Bernard 

12. S. Woolston 

13. B. Jamison 
14; D. Glunt 



15. 


J. Fowler 


16. 


J. York 


17. 


P. Kavanaugh 


18. 


R. Miller 


19. 


A. Watt 


20. 


H. Brooks 


21. 


J. Crandell 


22. 


R. Clark 


23. 


J. Swan 


24. 


A. Prestilio 


25. 


K. Dahlsted 


26. 


R. Crum 


27. 


A. Welch 


28. 


J. Sarnowski 



29. 


B. Zaniewski 


30. 


B. Hoover 


31. 


A. Turowski 


32. 


B. Knopp 


33. 


J. Kearny 


34. 


K. Shields 


35. 


B. Murphy 


36. 


S. Thropp 


37. 


B. Kemper 


38. 


C. Bright 


39. 


S. Spiers 


40. 


J. Robbins 


41. 


S. Hannon 


42. 


E. Schehr 



43. D. Price 

Not Pictured 
E. Perry 
B. Anderson 
B. Beans 
J. Puglisi 
A. Goldsborough 
D. Moryott 
R. Steiner 
P. Statten 
P. Crowly 



408 Greeks 




Theta Chi 




Founded at Norwich University in the 
Green Mountain State . . . 1856 . . . Egg- 
bert Phelps a most important honorary 
brother ... 141 chapters . . . Colors are 
military red and white . . . flower is the red 
carnation . . . Alpha Psi 1929. . . located on 
Princeton Ave. . . . goodtimes . . . imagina- 
tion runs high at parties . . . Barn Party . . . 
blue jeans . . . checkered shirts . . . prom- 
enade dresses for the chicks . . . house 
submerged in bushels of hay . . . readiness 
to stop for a quick "chilly" as we sally 
forth to do academic battle with the Uni- 
versity . . . Social events . . . French party 
with "poules" and "mecs" . . . and a 
"pooh-pooh pi do" at the Roaring 20's 
party . . . Sponsors of volleyball tourna- 
ment for athletic women . . . bar room 
Olympics for sturdy young men . . . egg eat- 
ing contest . . . eight ball and chugging . . . 
Playing yes, working too — for the notional, 
the house, for the brothers of Theta Chi . . . 
a strong brotherhood -fine heritage . . . 
long traditions . . . striving to perpetuate 
this strength ... so highly opinionated 
and different members ... no twins but all 
brothers ... a unique situation. 




Greeks 409 



Zeta Beta Tau 




Beta Zeta chapter, 1948 .. . fifty years 
after founding at New York City College . . . 
aim to develop responsible, mature mem- 
bers of society . . . expand intellectual hor- 
izons ... Phi Alpha Theta ... Phi Eta Sigma 
. . . Kolegathos . . . commitment and par- 
ticipation . . . Pledge Skit . , . student gov- 
ernment . . . Interfraternity Council . . . 
Diomondbock . . . philanthropy . . . play- 
ground clean-up . . . fund drive for men- 
tally retarded children . . . rew/ord for well- 
directed efforts . . . named most improved 
chapter by Notional Convention ... on the 
social scene . . . exchange dinner . . . Spring 
Formal ... Jr. Walker & the All Stars . . . 
Homecoming . . . Tommy Vann and the 
Echoes . . . crazy hots party . , . Would you 
believe a pair of Mickey Mouse ears? . . . 
Hell's Angels blast . . . blue ieans & black 
leather jackets . . . white house on Knox 
Road . . . strategic position . . . good view 
from porch . . . close to the action . . . 
Thursday nights at the Vous, the Grill 
and/or the Hall . . . Where's a draft cord 
I can borrow? . . . close to the action on 
the home front, too . . . How many kegs for 
the party tonight? . . . groovin' out . . . 
unity . . . fraternity ... all for one and 
one for all . . . the framework of ZBT. 




410 Greeks 




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1. M.Miller 

2. A.Miller 

3. B. Weiner 

4. A. Bornstein 
M.Apple 
R. Goldsmith 
J. Weiner 
H.Cohen 
P. Gamson 
L. Simonson 
B. Posner 
W. Berger 
R. Berger 
D. Rotner 
J. Gordon 
D. Carton 

17. N.AIpestein 

18. S. Suskcuer 

19. M.Perry 

20. R.Cohen 



5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 



21. D. Resnick 

22. M. Sostrin 

23. S. Sisgold 

24. S. Legum 

25. K.Schulkin 

26. L. Wertheimer 

27. L. Pearl 

28. D. Rosenberg 

29. D, Sykes-Treas. 

30. R. Shapiro 

31. R. Lomb-Pres 

32. C. Garfield 

33. L. Boris 

34. E. Shear 

35. R. Lochman 

36. S. Lobe 

37. D. Fox 

38. L. Taubman 

39. J. Weinstein 

40. F. Setren 



41. J. Brenner 

42. N. Rubin 

43. R. Dubonsky 

44. B. Solomon 

45. L. Cohen 

46. M. Wenger 

47. R. Feldmon 

48. J. Brown 

49. H. Berman 

50. J. Blacker 

51. J. Gordon 

52. M. Baker 

53. M. Rosenberg 

54. A. Kramer 

55. S. Benjamin 

56. D. Kuryk 

57. M. Yarmosky 

58. J. Rosenberg 

59. M. Kalogris 

60. P. Mensh 



61. J. Nedel 

62. N. Rothstein 

63. C. Martinez 

64. M. Seidel 

65. L, Silber-V.P. 

66. J. Axel 

67. B. Ginsberg 

68. B. Benesh 

69. A. Freedman 

70. Mrs. Whitney- 

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A j)etitionint; society of 

Delta Upsilon 

Phi Rho fraternity, a petitioning society of Delta Upsilon 
national fraternity, was founded in the summer of 1968. The 
founding brothers were formerly members of Pershing 
Rifles, a military fraternity which disbanded locally last year. 

Pi Rho selected DU because it is completely open racially 
and ethically. Also, it is strong financially and has a strong, 
active alumni club. Furthermore, alumni members work 
closely with and participate actively in undergraduate chap- 
ters. 

The Pi Rho's are looking for temporary housing. Before 
long, they hope to build a new house. DU national strongly 
encourages "big, beautiful" houses and has an average of 
$150,000 per chapter invested in houses. The Pi Rho's prefer 
to build, and hope to receive aid from DU as soon as their 
chapter is well-established. 

But housing is not the only concern. Right now, the broth- 
ers are concentrating on developing a strong rush program 
to begin this fall. Moreover, they are working on a pledge 
program. 

They feel that there should be no hierarchy as far as 
active-superior, pledge-inferior roles. Pledges attend the ac- 
tive meetings and have a voice in decisions. Their feeling is 
that pledging is a "learning together" experience. Finally, 



412 Greeks 



Pi Rho is completely open as far as color or religion is con- 
cerned. 

Delta Upsilon was founded nationally at Williams College 
in 1834, making it the sixth oldest national fraternity. DU 
was founded as a reaction to the secrecy emphasized in fra- 
ternities in the early 1800's. Men from several colleges gath- 
ered to found an order based on the ideals of justice, friend- 
ship, character, and liberal culture. And they chose the name 
Delta Upsilon, a translation of their motto "Justice, our 
foundation." Today, their colors of blue and gold are seen on 
nearly 100 campuses throughout the nation. 

The job of establishing a chapter isn't easy, but it's being 
done eagerly. As one member remarked, "Right now, we're 
throwing out our grappling hooks." 



1. D. Pierce 


12. R. Wakefield 


2. P. Prout-Pres. 


13. D. Drye 


3. W. Kirkpatrick 


14. L.Randall 


4. R. Yeh 


15. A. Pena 


5. W. Kramer 


16. J.Kelly 


6. C.Edlund 


17. E. Dutfon 


7. G. Zaieski 


18. A.Miller 


8. W. Buczek 


19. W.Brown 


9. E. Breitschwerdt 


20. J. ChlccQ 


0. D. Moure 


21. E. Proctor 


1. C.Smith 






Seated (left to right); J. Newirth, S. Kiviat, G. Rich, L. Levy-Pres., V. Shear-Sec, M. Marx, L. Linenbaum, R. Doyle. Standing: N. Tucker, J. 
Litzky. 



Tau Kappa Gamma 

A petitioning society of 

Tail Delta Phi 



One of two new fraternities on campus this year is Tau Koppo 
Gamma, a colony of Tau Delta Phi national fraternity. 

Tau Kappa Gamma local was founded here on November 3, 
1968. The seven charter members decided to petition for mem- 
bership in a national just before Christmas. They met with of- 
ficers of three nationals, and in mid-February they became a 
colony of Tau Delta Phi. TKG President Lenny Levy said that of 
the three nationals, Tau Delt would allow the local chapter to 
have more autonomy than the others. 

The founders of TDG decided to start a new fraternity be- 
cause they were "disenchanted with the present fraternity 
system." They had ideas about what a fraternity should be and 
decided to pursue these ideas. From the beginning, the seven 
members proclaimed a policy of judging everyone on merit and 



not on color or religion. 

"The fact that we're a new fraternity helps us integrate more 
easily," soid Levy. "We also felt that rather than giving the 
pledges hell, we should help them to know the brothers better 
and feel closer to the chapter." 

At present, the chapter is looking for a temporary home, with 
plans to build a new house, with help from national in a year or 
two. 

The brothers are also organizing an alumni association with 
area alumni. 

The national Tau Delta Phi was founded at City College of 
New York in 1910. It is on on expansion program, and now has 
36 chapters throughout the country. 



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Residences 




Eight thousand people pour into the 
pillared brick buildings that dot the 
Hill, the high rises beyond Byrd, and the 
trailers hidden across Route 1. Each is 
different -varied backgrounds, inter- 
ests and talents. The upperclassmen 
know what it's all about, but the fresh- 
men wander aimlessly. 





Residences 415 



Fall means activities. A dessert. A powder 
puff football game. A beer blast. THE ICE IS 
BROKEN. 



416 Residences 





A big weekend approaches. A football 
game, a party. The first round of hourlies 
also draws near. Search for a dote. High- 
light the pony for the Iliad. "Con you fix me 
up with your sister's roommate." Read 350 
pages of G & P. The weekend's a blowout. So 
are the exams. 




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Getting to know the people who live around you. 
Football in the hall ... a banner for the first home 
gome ... on all night poker gome . . . bull sessions . . . 
cries of "Let's hit the Grill." . . . lovers tying up the 
phones. 




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Residences 41 9 



Fall comes and goes. A new semester 
begins and winter wears on. Housemoth- 
ers lecture about parietal hours. Every- 
one gripes about the food. Dorms brain- 
storm for ideas to fill the void. 




This has been a year of change for the dorms. The RHA has 
been actively involved in this change. Parietal hours were 
finally instituted. Campus males eagerly awaited hordes of 
crazed females storming the halls. But the orgies never hap- 
pened. Later in the year the hated curfew was dropped for 
second semester sophomores. This also proved to be unevent- 
ful. The latest change involved security in women's resid- 
ences. The Hill Area dorms that lacked alarm systems got 
night receptionists-male night receptionists. This program 
also appears to be successful. 

It was also a year of turbulence for the RHA. Two contro- 
versies erupted this spring. The Housing Office's announce- 
ment that a portion of Carroll Hall would be turned into office 
space was met with widespread disapproval. A second debate 
arose concerning the possibility of making Cumberland a 
"coed" dorm. Students successfully argued that this building 
is virtually two seperate dorms divided by a wall on each 
floor and would not be suitable. Another viewpoint was also 
successfully argued: namely that the university should not 
disrupt dorm life by proposing such changes without student 
feedback. 










422 Residences 






Changes are made in roommates. There are new quirks 
to get used to, and bad moods . . . twenty-first birthdays 
and engagements to savor . . . cigarettes to bum . . . con- 
fidences to share. 



Residences 423 



A dorm is a building and a room and 
things to do. But mostly it is people- 
people to like or not as you choose. It's 
hearing a familiar voice. Seeing a face in 
a crowd. It's a place to live. Later, it is 
mirroring each other's emotions, as 
people living together do. A dorm is 
laughter and anger and confusion- 
shared and scattered. It may seem empty 
at times. But in the end, a dorm is mostly 
people. 






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Residences 425 



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Cambridge Area Council 



Jim Melonas President 

Lee Gardner Vice President 

Christine Beard Secretary 

Art Cederakis Treasurer 



Sue Bartholomew 
Rick Bisker 
Lynn Bonsteel 
David Bortz 
Tom Czornecki 
Janie Dalgewicz 
Karen Davis 
Jeff Fahrman 
Stanley Gorski 
David Griefinger 
Roy Grimes 
Ray Heany 
Alan Himmelstein 
Jenny Houff 
Donna Kajutti 
Paula Katz 
Debbie Krieger 



Bob Leonard 
Judy Lonholm 
Janie Moddox 
Cindy Malament 
Linda Monisera 
David Owens 
Robert Pinkerton 
Bob Rosenbush 
Sheryl Soger 
Linda Schwartz 
Sue Schwer 
Greg Sears 
Mark Stone 
Bill Sundheim 
Thomas Thompson 
Lou Wienecke 
Steve Wei ler 



426 Residences 



CAMBRIDGE 



Creativity flew high in Cambridge Complex as 
dorms hung banners proclaiming Terp Power during 
the football season. Slogans ranged from "Go Terps" 
of Centreville gentility through more flamboyant, 
if somewhat pornographic epithets that sprung from 
Maryland's bout with the Gamecocks of South Car- 
olina. 

The warm fall weather brought out those with a 
flair for the dramatic. The moonlight escapades of 
the "nightly nudies" flourished. One October eve 
these hearty souls broke all previous records: six 
men mode the grand tour and one ham remained 
onstage for four minutes and thirty seven seconds. 
These performances were met with cries of "bravo" 
and "ole". 

Physical plant efforts to blanket the area in con- 
crete flushed out those with a literary bent. The 
fertile imaginations of grafitti buffs were directed 
toward enshrining their pearls of wisdom for the 
edification of generations yet unborn. 

Building on the legacy «f the skylight artists of 
yesteryear Cambridge complex still nurtures ar- 
tistic talent. Centreville Hall is the home of the an- 
nual art show-conventional perhaps -but popular. 

Out of the depths of Cambridge D's basement 
came jazz, blues, and folk music. Cafe del Sol hums 
and throbs as campus troubadours offer something 
for everyone. 

Even the dining hall has turned creative. The tone 
has changed from apathy to motherly interest with 
the advent of Mrs. Lillian McWilliams. Throwing on 
arm around a student's shoulder goes for to smooth 
over the upsetting effect of pepper steaks for the 
fifth time in one week. Takes a lot of creativity to 
mother 1500 students and one scraggly Christmas 
tree. 

Beautiful Cambridge. 



Residences 427 




1 . A. Gold, 2. J. Diggs, 3. D. Griefinger- Pres., 4. N. Weiner, 5. J. Goldstein- 
Sec, 6. J. Toomey, 7. G. Heckert, 8. D. Grabowski, 9. J. Beck, ]Q. K. Michael- 
son, 11. D. Kim, 12. D. Hube, 13. C. Kulera, 14. P. Milos, 15. D. Cowman, 16. 
R. Contino, 17. S. Levine, 18. H. Dissinger, 19. C. Kotzics, 20. A. Sonde, 21. 
E. Nawrocki, 22. R. Schultz, 23. E. Holdridge, 24. R. Roadman, 25. N. May, 
26. F. Banner, 27. B. Mayer, 28. B. Trogolo, 29. J. Anarino, 30. S. Hoal, 31 . R. 
Dempsey, 32. A. Smuck, 33. L. Bechkes, 34. K. Pluebell, 35. M. Weinraub, 
36. T. Dixon. 



Bel Air A 





Bel Air B 



1. R. Baumgardner-V.P., 2. J. Guthmonn-Treos., 3. B. Schwartz, 4. D. Drinks, 5. R. 
Bisker-Pres., 6. B. Grabowski, 7. P. Vitale, 8. J. Seay, 9. B. Goldman, lO.J. Tylec, ll.G. 
McDowell, 12. J. Dore, 13. J. Hegan, 14. M. Rasinsky, 15. J. Heslin, 16. B. Marcello, 17. 
L. Franke, 18. N. Goldman, 19. K. Foulstich, 20. M. Geslois-Sec, 21. D. Milanicz,22. B. 
Miller, 23. G. Ditlow, 24. J. Covey, 25. D. Mayer, 26. T. Plunkert, 27. R. Harrison, 28. 
R. Gordon, 29. G. Hedges, 30. E. Mason, 31. R. Henning, 32. M. Miller, 33. E. Schuster, 
34. D. Schneider, 35. E. Levitan, 36. D. Ake, 37. E. Murphy, 38. D. Ashley, 39. R. King, 
40. B. Morrison, 41. P. Leiss. 



428 Residences 




1. V. Brannigan, 2. M. Potter, 3. R. Roig, 4. D. Winslow, 5. J. Wilkinson, 6. C. Hedstrom-Treas., 
7. M. Eddy, 8. M. Spect, 9. H. Simms, 10. F. Miller, 11. L. Sandler, 12. P. Rothberg, 13. T. Beck, 14. 
B. Loube, 15. L. Lowton, 16. J. Jewett, 17. M. Himmelheber, 18. C. Gibbons, 19. D. McArthur, 20. G. 
Sears- Pres., 21. J. Reinhart, 22. C. Creswell, 23. W. Miller, 24. B. Raid, 25. R. Lewchek, 26. S. 
Fleming, 27. A. Salwin-Sec, 28. K. Fisher, 29. S. Brownstein, 30. J. Queen, 31. M. Meyerson, 32. R. 
Larson, 33. F. Singer, 34. D. Frank, 35. B, Schmidt, 36. K, Krousche, 37. M. Rochkind-V.P., 38. J. 
Mehovich, 39. C. Miller, 40. S. Kaisler, 41. P. Ades, 42. B. Sundheim, 43. S. Chang, 44. J. Marks. 



Cambridge A 





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1. A. Hsiao, 2. B. Leonard -Pres., 3. B. Nugent, 4. , 5. M. Leib- 

ovici, 6. J. Gikas, 7. K. Brown, 8. B. McLaughlin-Treas., 9. J. Tobin, 10. R. 
Stokes, 11. S. Newman, 12. B. Larken, 13. J. O'Rourke, 14. M. Shuck, 15. M. 
Wiles-Mascot, 16. T. Juske, 17. M. Shantz, 18. J. Moore, 19. B. Spizler, 
20. B. Filers, 21 . B. Hickey, 22. R. Snapp, 23. M. Barnhouser, 24. R. McCoub, 
25. J. Jordon, 26. J. Bowden, 27. L. Bartos, 28. L. Bruette, 29. M. Denney, 
30. J. Marcous, 31. F. Beuder, 32. Murph, 33. J. Eschenburg, 34. D. Fierce, 
35. G. De Tornowsky-GR, 36. P. McNamara, 37. B. Russell-Construction 
Mgr., 38. A. Kirschbaum, 39. J. Crupi, 40. M. Miller, 41. S. Gelrud, 42. D. 
High, 43. 0. Lieu, 44. H. Wright. 



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]. D. ^Ailler, 2. J. Bruce, 3. C. Nogay, 4. S. Abrahmson, 5. B. Schwartz, 6. C. Frankfort, 
7. B. Aske, 8. C. Doersam, 9. B. Hanson, 10. B. Chies, H, R. Waldron, 12. B. Motsko, 13. 
B. Levitt, 14. R. Cutter, 15. B. Vielhober, 16. D. Schwoninger, 17. M. Hollenboch, 18. 
D. Bortz-Pres., 19. L. Ash, 20. D. Weiss, 21. B. Castle, 22. M. VanHoomissen-Treas., 
23. B. Robertson, 24. T. Leitch, 25. H. Beckler, 26. E. Freedmon, 27. D. Lashmit, 28. M. 
Tobisz, 29. L. Smith -Sec, 30. B. Mallery, 31. Ralph. 



Cambridge C 





Cambridge D 



1. T. Morales, 2. B. Rial!, 3. S. Beattie, 4. B. Robertson, 5. G. Richards, 6. D. Poltrock, 7. 
G. Festa-GR, 8, S. Wah, 9. E. Kordula, 10. J. Silva, 11. M. Dutcher, 12. S. Steyer, 13. D, 
Hogan, 14. V. O'Day, 15. W. Markham, 16. 5. Dolon, 17. L. Lipmon, 18. A. Fine, 19. S. Mul- 
ligan, 20. C. Graham, 21. L. Treptow, 22. B. Brooks, 23. B. Cameron, 24. T. Lows, 25. H. 
Boyors, 26. E. Goldenberg, 27. J. Schworz, 28. J. McCauley, 29. D. Allender, 30. D. Pollack, 
31. B. Kirby, 32. D. Cook, 33. B. Renninger, 34. G. Wellington, 35. M. Mercer, 36. T. Phan- 
tom, 37. D. Moroth, 38. M. Swotto, 39. D. Owens-Pres., 40. S. Heller-Soc. Ch., 41. R. 
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1 . N. Hand, 2. L. Bonsteel - Pres., 3. C. Grove, 4. B. Curlander, 5. B. Young, 6. S. Gilliom, 7. J. Taylor, 8. L. Ramsdell, 
9. M. Edelston, 10. C. Feeney, 1 1. C. Imp, 12, C. Saunders, 13. L. Kuhn-Sec./Treas., 14. S. Davidson, 15. D. Garri- 
son, 16. I. Kipnis, 17. K. Hanley, 18. B. Kreisman, 19. A. Kaniewski, 20. B.Jacobs, 21. I. Barke, 22. M. Ackermon, 
23. F. Jen, 24. S. Corkran, 25. K. Canavan, 26. L. Carlin, 27. J. Von Collom, 28. L. Hamilton, 29. L. Matusky, 30. C. 
Eckert, 31. R. Israel, 32. K. Rosen, 33. M. Dansicker, 34. B. Chaski, 35. J. Carter. Not Pictured: C. Malament- 
V.P., M. Dembeck-Soc. Ch,, B. Bradford, B. Burns, L. Cohn, M. Harad, C. Miller, I. Nachlas, K. Parker, M. Ritchie, 
R. Sofro, V. Svotelis, A. Thomas, S. Thompson, J. Tang, C. Miller, S. Wagenheim, J. White. 

Centreville North 1 & 2 




Centreville North 3 & 4 

1. S. Bennett, 2. S. Hangemanole, 3. A. O'Keete, 4. t. Kropman, 5. B. 
Kerwood, 6. D. Mahon, 7. S. Schweer, 8. J. Dailey, 9. N. McDonough, 
10. L. Quillin, 11. B.Christy, 12. J. Barr, 13. V. Gerber, 14. T. Stevens, 
15. V. Stovelis, 16. Francis, 17. E. Smith, 18. J. Van Winkle, 19. D. 
Parlier, 20. G. Wilkerson, 21. F. Wagner, 22. J. Terbourg, 23. K. 
Rangos, 24. L. Taylor, 25. J. Eisenberg, 26. J. Becker, 27. C. Gas- 
parovic, 28. K. Neal, 29. S. DeBonis, 30. M. Faussel, 31. B, Brilliat, 
32. P. Miller, 33. L. Hammon, 34. I. Hopkins, 35. Nellie, 36, N. Deane, 
37. M. Jackson, '38. P. Barrait, 39. T. Ives, 40. L. Jacobs, 41. D. 
Brooks, 42. M. Hahn, 43. R. Zimmermon, 44. Ferdinand, 45. B. Finch, 
46. J. Blomquist, 47, M. Bailey, 48. J. Hahn, 49. R. Smith, 50. J. Mc- 
Callum, 51 . S. Campbell, 52. Hippy. 




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1. J. Lee, 2. J. Maldeis, 3. P. Krone, 4. S. Rice, 5. J. Guers, 6. R. Edwards, 7. B. Healy, 
8. C. Davis, 9, K. Mceven, 10. K. Lombelet, 11. K. Davenport, 12. S. Vargas, 13. S. 
Marz, 14. C. Adams, 15. S. Bell, 16. S. Christopher, 17. S. Gelletly, 18. P. O'Doy, 19. 
J. Dalgewicz, 20. D. Decker, 21. L. Hanky, 22. C. Conner, 23. M. Musgreve, 24. 
Stanley, 25. S. Evans, 26. S. Fay, 27. F. Rothstein, 28. L. Gehoe, 29. M. Levitos, 30. 
G. Yoint, 31. M. Maldeis, 32. N. Kidwell, 33. S. Taylor, 34. M. Ponti, 35. M. Solotti, 
36. C. Miller, 37. Bull. 

Centreville North 5 & 6 




Ceiitreville North 7 & 8 

1. T. Bellew, 2. L. Korcher, 3. L. Clark, 4. S. Kros- 
zewski, 5. C. O'Brien-VP., 6. E. Woytowitz, 7. B. 
Richardson, 8. C. Watson, 9. K. Fries, 10. G. Mol- 
andra, 11. C. Moyse-Sec.-Treos., 12. K. Davis- 
Pres., 13. S. Kane, 14. M. R. Yonnuzi, 15. C. Yul- 
mon, 16. L. Leper, 17. B. Politz, 18. B. Mandel, 
20. C. Voughan, 21. V. Roul, 22. V. Santry, 23. 
M. Costor, 24. D. Paul, 25. B. Neuner, 26. I. Jacob- 
son, 27. D. Horrilchok, 28. R. Geistner, 29. H. 
Lavergne, 30. P. Peoples, 31. B. Olmer, 32. V. 
Izzo, 33. N. Aldrich, 34. G. Riggs, 35. K. Bonner, 
36. C. Newe, 37. S. Epstein, 38. J. McGinn, 39. C. 
Mallon, 40. T. Lubin, 41. C. Baker, 42. S. Wah, 43. 
L. Vasilakos, 44. P. Taylor. 





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1 . M. Wahrman, 2. J. Davis, 3. M. Straus, 4. F. Luntz, 5. R. Karpens, 6. L. Posin, 7. M. 
Greenfeld, 8. D. Baum, 9. S. Bartholomew, 10. S. Weitz, 11. J, Hardwicke, 12. K. 
Show, 13. L. Greene, 14. T. Teat, 15. L. Zaccari, 16. L. Waitz, 17. R. Kleinman, 18. K. 
McGuffin, 19. S. Friedman, 20. P. Levin, 21. L. Burke, 22. A. Allen, 23. M. Farley, 
24. L. Goldberg, 25. S. Reisman, 26. F. Davis, 27. B. Hardie, 28. C. Giompietro, 29. J. 
Mandelker, 30. L. Katrancha, 31. K. Lapin, 32. S. James, 33. M. Eichberg, 34. E. 
Kahn, 35. B. Mazer, 36. M. Katz, 37. M. Raw/lings, 38. E. Davis, 39. S. Rhodes, 40. 
D. Ditzler. 

Centreville South 1 & 2 





Centreville South 3 & 4 

1. E. Mandel, 2. B. Sorte, 3. P. McGuire, 4. S. Gesswein, 5. M. Furst, 6. A. Bark- 
doll, 7. M. Harding, 8. C. Parrish, 9. J. Rey, 10. J. Simmons, 11. D. Katz, 12. V. 
Morris, 13. D. Wolfson, 14. L. Cockey, 15. M. Sheckels, 16. T. Terrason, 17. S. 
Neuhaus, 18. S. Davis, 19. J. Karlich, 20. D. Vaughcn, 21 . G. Hoyden, 22. K. Baker, 
23. S. Kaplan, 24. J. Marshall, 25. K. Blom, 26. B. Newnam, 27. S. Garden. 





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1. L. Baldwin, 2. J. Galloway, 3. L. Cassel, 4. C. Reed, 5. T. Singer, 6. C. Sproul, 
7. S. Williams, 8. J. Walderman, 9. P. Hoffman, 10. S. Elsentrouf, 1 1. D. Schul- 
ler, 12. C. Scullen, 13. D. Kruger, 14. P. Nichols, 15. R. Ziegler, 16. M. Walkup, 
17. R. Tetervin, 18. M. Telak, 19. L. Carmen, 20. J. Carter, 21. D. Hargetf, 22. J. 
Sulkovksy, 23. S. Harmsen, 24. D. Payne, 25. S. Janicki, 26. E. McGuirk, 27. L. 
Davis, 28. J. Adams, 29. C. Krinsky, 30. G. Baylin, 31. S. Ackerman, 32. P. 
Golden, 33. M. Larson, 34. C. Miller, 35. M. Redifer, 36. S. Posarew, 37. L 
Sovado, 38. M. Hankin, 39. W. Gibson. 





1 . L Means, 2. P. Kraft, 3. N. Moreno, 4. B. Jehlen, 5. J. Monch, 6. P. Rubin, 7. R. 
Wilson, 8. P. Gillies, 9. N. Loska, 10. M. Canavin, ll.G. Stein, 12. J. Lonnholm, 13. 
G. Harris, 14. A. Amos, 15. F. Bluestone, 16. S. Anderson, 17. E. Smoter, 18. P. 
Hitt, 19. S. Pearson, 20. M.Davis, 21. S. Davis, 22. J. Stein, 23. J. Hanson, 24. D. 
Moron, 25. B. Sondrowitz, 26. S. Welty, 27. M. Neupher, 28. S. Newirth, 29. S. 
Berry, 30. K. Pomerond, 31. D. Reed, 32. J. Zieler, 33. M. Katz, 34. S. Mundoy, 
35. N. Ornoff, 36. J. Peoy, 37. F. Firek, 38. M. Larson, 39. J. Diehle, 40. B. Parvis, 
41 . S. Carpenter, 42. C. Romano, 43. F. Merryman, 44. C. Beord. 

434 Residences CeiitreviUe South 7 & 8 





Chestertown A 



1. A. Casalena, 2. P. Toomey, 3. I. Shenker, 4. R. Hertsch, 5. J. Potthast, 6. T. 
Rhodes-V.P., 7. B. Ritchie, 8. W. Reider-GR, 9, B. Moose, 10. T. Czornecki- 
Pres., 11. L. Fox, 12. J. Arnold, 13. D. Barnett-Sec, 14. B. Piner, 15. S. South, 
16. B. Weikert, 17. C. Bornhordt, 18. F. Santoni, 19. H. Zinn, 20. G. Keefer,21.P. 
DePercin, 22. P. Lortie, 23. R. Anderson, 24. P. Hayes, 25. H. Lederman, 26. G. 
Perdue, 27. B. Marsh -Treas., 28. G. Nye, 29. B. Jacobs, 30. R. Metro, 31. P. 
Ander, 32. D. Kessler, 33. C. Downs, 34. F. Sykes, 35. 0. Tideman, 36. J. Carter, 
37. M. Alloy, 38. T. Forrester, 39. R. Fisch, 40. J. Weimer, 41. T. Beacham, 42. 
J. Glaser, 43. K. McLaughlin. 





1. J. Halpine, 2. G. Hiser, 3. J. Novak, 4. J. Keenan, 5. B. Cole, 6. S. 
Dillon, 7. P. Weincek, 8. P. Dahan, 9. J. Bowers, 10. D. Godby, U.S. 
Cochell, 12. R. Butera, 13. S. Beard, 14. T. Pless, 15. W. Washburn, 
16. T. Diangelo, 17. J. Mianulli, 18. T. Mattson, 19. S. Fowler, 20. H. 
Burch, 21. H. Zilber, 22. G. Steube, 23. A. Kehs, 24. R. Gleich, 25. R. 
Braunstein, 26. J. Devers, 27. R. Roadman, 28. J. Fahrman, 29. R. 
Cobez, 30. D. Hummer, 31. W. Piatt, 32. D. Fix, 33. G. Daniel, 34. D. 
Fowler, 35. W. Schnitzlein, 36. J. Thompson, 37. B. Martin, 38. S. 
Plemens, 39. B. Landtroop, 40. T. Fish, 41 . R. Menke. 



Chestertown B 



Residences 435 



Cumberland A 






1. D. Martin, 2. L. Longanecker, 3. Wink, 4. B. Deloache-Treas., 5. B. Currence, 6. E. Shuttleworth, 
7. P. Vess, 8. B. Golueke, 9. J. Hyde, 10. B. Dorsey, 1 1. M. Donnally, 12. R. Hemming, 13. C. Hedges, 
14. G. Decint, 15. D. Bradfield, 16. W. Tomic, 17. F. Long, 18. P. Poole, 19. M. Healey-V.P., 20. A. 
Robinson, 21. Sage, 22. W. Hickman, 23. S. Yoffee, 24. R. Childs, 25. B. Cornelius, 26. K. Lehnbeuter, 
?7. H. Bear, 28. P. Feinsilver, 29. B. Siebenoler, 30. J. Schwendy, 31. J. Thomas, 32. J. Poison, 33. B. 
Austin, 34. F. Marmarosh, 35. J. Flynn, 36. D. Cosner-Sec, 37. M. Clancey, 38. Banana, 39. R. 
Grimes - Pres., 40. H. Walkup, 41 . J. Voelker, 42. T. Kirkhon, 43. W. Elkins. 



Cumberland B 



1. L. Garber, 2. R. Miller, 3. J. Cantania, 4. R. Mazanec, 5. S. Emme, 6. D. DiBenedetto, 7. R. 
Hendry, 8. D. Attman, 9. C. Cohl, 10. T. Zmudzinski, 11. B. George, 12. C. Behre, 13. J. Porter, 
14. J. Nieberlein, 15. C. Bathgate, 16. K. Lehneis, 17. A. Allen, 18. J. Barrett, 19. J. Liao, 20. G. 
Smythers, 21. J. Scott, 22. E. Friedman, 23. G. Gipe, 24. T. Gorski, 25. A. Goodman, 26. J. 
Rolla, 27. T. Kemp, 28. T. Lewis, 29. S. Simons, 30. J. Pope, 31 . M. Malphrus. 



436 Residences 





1. B. Kos, 2. J. Palmieri, 3, B. Herbert, 4. R. Spiegal, 5. F. West, 6. R. 
Garner, 7, M. Stein, 8. K. Cook, 9. J. Henry, 10. A. Vinitsky, )I. G. 
Scrivener, 12. J. Friedman, 13. J. Liebes, 14. R. Friedman, 15. D. Keefer, 
1 6. R. West, 1 7. G. Frankel, 1 8. B. Goodman, 1 9. C. Murphy, 20. A. Jones, 
21. J. Todd, 22. M. Kerstetter, 23. B. Harper, 24. S. Got, 25. M. Dough- 
erty, 26. P. Spottswood, 27. H. Goodman, 28. H. Rosen, 29. L. Wienecke 
-Pres., 30. N. Hennigan, 31. R. Chase, 32. K. Littleford, 33. P. Cornly, 
34. H. Posko. 

Cumberland C 





Cumberland D 



I . T. Sehler, 2. P. Rosenboum, 3. R. Ellis, 4. R. Hentz, 5. N. Martin, 6. L. 
Glasser, 7. A. Gordon, 8. S. Weller-Pres.,9. B. Grabou, 10. T. Micholek, 

I I . G. Posner, 1 2. K. Hartswigen, 1 3. S. Friedman, 1 4. T. Weaver, 1 5. C. 
Henck, 16. J. Millmon, 17. G. Westen, 18. M. Klein, 19. P. Sears, 20. H. 
Horclerode, 21. G. Miller, 22. L. Cohen, 23. M. Magyar, 24. R. Secoura, 
25. L. Ramsey, 26. T. Smith, 27. B. Buchoff, 28. G. Webb -Sec, 29. B. 
Downs, 30. D. Colton, 31 . L. Hart-Treas., 32. S. Price. 



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1. M. Stone-Pres., 2. A. Chornodolsky-GR, 3. S. Lee, 4. T. 
Bateman-V.P., 5. D. Moody, 6. P. Haberlein, 7. C. Rosenblum, 
8. S. Angelini, 9. W. Jung, 10. V. Westervelt-Treos., 11. J. 
Phelps, 12. J. Longfellow, 13. , 14. N. Kutson, 15. B. 

Taylor, 16. K. Epstein, 17. K. Gochol, 18. J. Foehrkolb, 19. G. 
Webb, 20. B. Lessons-Sec, 21. E. Helmstetter, 22. R. Horner, 
23. G. Potts, 24. J. Downin, 25. F. Shelton, 26. B. Connor, 27. R. 
Benjamin, 28. M. Lind, 29. B. Tine, 30. S. Gordon, 31 . M. Hernnan. 



Cumberland E 




Cumberland F 



1. L. Levy, 2. D. Chan, 3. G. Hiley, 4. B. 
Hertz, 5. J. Sterner, 6. B. Phillips, 7. P. 
Knauff, 8. J. Young, 9. P. Minsker, 10. L. 
Geller, 11. F. Hess, 12. M. Lippa, 13. S. 
Stanley, 14. R. Muller, 15. D. Mitzel, 16. G. 
Cook, 17. A. Pokorney, 18. D. Kline, 19. G. 
Powell, 20. T. Ludwig, 21. B. Davis, 22. J. 
Weber, 28. H. White, 29. A. Himmelstein, 
30. R. Heberg. 




438 Residences 





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1 . A. Cheung, 2. H. Benus, 3. P. Cheung, 4. , 5. W. White, 6. D. Cooksey, 7. A. Green, 

8. R. Whitlow, 9. B. Pryor, 10. K. Knetchel, 11. D. Kepler, 12. M. Frazier, 13. B. Price, 14. J. 
McCamant, 15. T. Thompson, 16. K. Knutsen, 17. B. Hess, 18. A. Tolley, 19. T. Semon, 20. B. 
Berkey, 21 . J. Rosenthal, 22. B. Ross, 23. W. Minnin, 24. S. Berlin, 25. K. Graber, 26. D. Mobley, 
27. E. House, 28. W. Goldenberg, 29. B. Drogon, 30. H. Hess, 31. T. Sexton, 32. F. Molnaur, 
33. C. Moganson, 34. T. List, 35. R. McDowell. 



Cumberland G 




Cumberland H 




1. S. Hickey, 2. L. Tedrow, 3. L. Feidler, 4. 
T. Roesing, 5. B. Treppe, 6. M. Watts, 7. M. 
Fochios, 8. B. Storrs, 9. D. Heritage, 10. S. 
Schaeffer, 1 1. R. Whitney, 12. B. Lucas, 13. 
B. Zier, 14. T. Kamerick, 15. D. Leftwich, 
16. , 17. J. Pieplow, 18. R. Erich, 

19. A. Cederakis, 20. N. Duddy, 21. G. 
Mommi, 22. B. Kefauver, 23. R. Culp, 24. M. 
Foreman, 25. J. Vandermarck, 26. B. Ber- 
man, 27. A. Klein, 28. N. Ross, 29. A. Mon- 
ath, 30. A. Stark, 31. S. Mathews, 32. J. 
Kessler, 33. N. Deroyiannis. 




Residences 439 







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Denton Area Council 



Ray Berglowe President 

Bill Huhn Vice President 

James Hargest Treasurer 

Joyce Coughenour Secretary 




Jackie Abel 
Pat Ackermon 
Don Bertling 
Linda Clark 
Linda Coleman 
Emily Conrad 
Tilly Crowly 
Judy Deckelbaum 
June Ferrari 
Tiso Fields 
Rick Freudenberger 
Kathy Gershner 
Brooke Norwood 
Pat Heffernon 
Marsha Hensley 
Lawerence Herring 
Kathy Ingle 



Nancy Jackson 
Sue Katz 
Kathy Kerchner 
Sara King 
Ann Kramer 
Larry Lowenthol 
Terry Mogue 
Terry McHugh 
Terry Milhollond 
Merdie Muller 
Muffet Robinson 
Mita Schaffer 
Linda Schweer 
Roz Seidenstein 
Barbara Szymanski 
Cookie Viola 
Frank Walters 



440 Residences 



DENTON 



Sometimes people on the Hill forget that the complexes 
exist . . sometimes the complexes forget that anything post 
Byrd Stadium exists. As o matter of fact, the question that's 
been going around Denton is: "Is there really a university out 
there beyond the Byrd. 

Denton, Easton, and Elkton comprise what is commonly 
known as Denton Complex. It's not hard to find -especially 
in the spring -they share "the beach" with President Elkins 
and Lot 1. 

"I Eta Pi" -another new fraternity? No . . . It's the title of 
the latest literary work to come out of Easton B. In honor of 
George Washington's birthday the men of Easton created a 
poem and proceeded to honor each floor of Denton and Elkton 
with a cherry pie and a copy of I Eta Pi. They outdid them- 
selves by hanging out cute signs on the side of the dorm, the 
cbntents of which are blipped from this writing. With proper 
gratitude, the girls of Denton's third floor sang Easton a 
thank you-also blipped. 

Living so far from College Park-that Mecca of sensuous 
pleasure- Denton Area students must invent amusements for 
themselves. For instance, the conveyor belt in Dining Hall 4 is 
used as playground equipment. Some young gentleman picks 
up a fair damsel and tosses her on the conveyor, which 
spirits her off to ports unknown. 

Denton is the middle sister of the complexes not the young- 
est or the oldest. Deserving attention, but seldom receiving 
her shore. 



Residences 441 



Denton 1 



1 . K. Marburg, 2. D. Dougherty, 3. M. Drew, 4. G. Sterk, 5. P. Farrell, 6. G. Jones, 
7. N, McGuire, 8. A. Jennett, 9. L. Bluzer, ]0. V. Nelson, 11. L. Fidele, 12. T. Cor- 
rowoy, 13. C. Wilen, 14. C. Lyono, 15. S. Elliot, 16. B. Mclntire, 17. D. Wallace, 
18. J. Kouffmon, 19. A. Stevens, 20. N. Jackson -Pres., 21. K. Nicodemus, 22. B. 
Bambo, 23. H. Port, 24. E. Zelmon, 25. H. Gilbreth, 26. J. Surosky. Not Pictured: 
K. Ort, F. Poli, M. Searn, N. Rowon, R. Huber, L. Smith, S. Loskin, D. Perry, E. 
Kornetchuk-V.P., M. Purucker. 





1. S. Marcus, 2. K. Wallace, 3. J. Neden, 4. C. Carter, 5. D. Lossohn, 6. V. Tonge- 
mon, 7. K. Brooks, 8. L Huffines, 9. A. Bechkles, 10. L. Reichlim, 1 1 . C. Pecuiles, 
12. K. Kavonough, 13. P. Jump, 14. D. Beck, 15. A. Loukait, 16. G. Jansen, 17. B. 
Altman, 18. K. Grubmon, 19. L. Copelli, 20. D. Elsnic, 21. I. Bogash,22. C. Kotz- 
mon, 23. S. Rehm, 24. K. Dean, 25. W. Davis, 26. J. Fitch, 27. L. Olgeirson, 28. J. 
Getlelston, 29. T. Lopotka, 30. B. Fishmon. 



442 Residences 



Denton 2 





Denton 3 



1 . B. Stockett, 2, S. Nishino, 3. D. Yantz, 4. C. McKittrick, 5. S. Satulla, 6. J. 
Embleton, 7. L. Mills, 8. C. Serrin, 9. K. Becker, 10. J. Brown, 11. C. Bradley, 
12. S. Briley, 13. M. Robinson -Pres., 14. B. Mendell, 15. S. Wipf, 16. S. 
Bergert, 17. C. VonRoy, 18. S. Wrobel, 19. S. Wallace, 20. N. Haynes, 21. M. 
Macintire, 22. , 23. B. Graves, 24. M. Steiner, 25. C. Harrington, 

26. S. Bohn, 27. W. Salganik, 28. B. Harrison, 29. C. Barber, 30. P. Sklar, 31 . C. 
Reese, 32. D. Salganik, 33. J. Larrimore, 34. C. Wilfert, 35. P. Rowlins, 36. E. 
S. Pinto -V.P., 37. S. Ousborne, 38. S. Anderson, 39. L. Jensen, 40. P. Zentz, 
41. J. Merrit, 42. G. Zipfel, 43. W. Kaye, 44. P. Lassuy, 45. J. Brown -Sec. 





1. C. Harrymon, 2. E. Kelliher, 3. A. Football, 4. D. Gushing, 5. D. Jerome, 6. C. Zepp, 
7. K. Caruso, 8. L. Bondy, 9. G. Viglianti, 10. N. Fitzpatrick, 11. P. Anderson, 12. L 
Clark, 13. R. Mebs, 14. P. Harris, 15. L. Watson, 16. M. Hull, 17. E. Sol, 18. J. Rios, 
19. R. Larkin, 20. D. Debinski, 21. A. Williams, 22. J. Nolan, 23. D. Bollinger, 24. K. 
Merriom, 25. E. Glazer, 26. S. Biser, 27. B. Waring, 28. S. Globus, 29. P. Pierce, 30. A. 
Saulner, 31. S. Nonn, 32. G. Katz, 33. K. Kearney, 34. A. Thomas, 35. C. Jolly, 36. D. 
Vess, 37. S. Holmes, 38. B. McMahan, 39. M. K. Anderson. 



Denton 4 



Residences 443 




1. p. Thornhill, 2. J. Crahan, 3. M. Brudner, 4. M. J. Wright, 5. N. Kimmel, 
6. A. Schmidt, 7. S. Katz, 8. E. Zipperman, 9. G. Myasari, 10. E. Learman, 
U.K. Grecsek, 1 2. J. Porter, 1 3. M. Peic, 1 4. J. Horwitz, 1 5. A. Keorns, 1 6. 
S. Sislen, 17. N. Marracini, 18. V. Annin, 19. S. Mroz, 20. J. Glustrom, 
21 . G. Talbot, 22. L. Jockisch, 23. C. Thomas, 24. L. Perdue, 25. S. Hayes, 
26. J. Erdmon, 27. V. Roecker, 28. N. Slocum, 29. D. Harvey, 30. J. Sch- 
wartz, 31. M. Buckley, 32. R. Sumik, 33. S. Hennesey, 34. J. Westreich, 
35. J. Klingsporn, 36. D. Kempf, 37. J. Rollins, 38. P. Schnaebele, 39. L. 
Behrens, 40. M. Pumphrey, 41. L. Leggett, 42. P. Reiher, 43. C. Lortie. 



Denton 5 





Denton 6 




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1. C. Wong, 2. M. Michaluk, 3. B. Kowal, 4. J. Lloyd, 5. E. J. Castro, 6. B. 
Belshaw, 7. M. Brady, 8. A. Fladell, 9. C. Lowe, 10. S. Burkett, 1 1. B. Pelley, 
12. N. Holderman, 13. C. Roberts, 14. S. Warfield, 15. B. Reinhardt, 16. A. 
Eser, 17. M. Brooks, 18. C. Vix, 19. S. Feindt, 20. L. Huddleston, 21. C. Ben- 
nett, 22. X. Bui, 23. M. Peake, 24. M. Zimble, 25. C. Doyle, 26. R. Joffe, 27. K. 
Larson, 28. A. Laughlin, 29. L. McBriety, 30. L. Heck, 31. R. Hart, 32. R. 
Slomof. 



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1. , 2. D. Christie, 3. V. Ward, 4. M. Scanlon, 5, C. Lemaster, 6. C. 

Smith, 7. E. Waranch, 8. S. McCarthy, 9. J, Barock, 10. V. Devericl<, U.S. Simp- 
son, 12. M. Meeks, 13. J. Harvey, 14. L. Johnson, 15. A. Meley, 16. J. Reisman, 
17. M. Goetz, 18. K. Noren, 19. C. Lilly, 20. 5. Seese, 21. E. Funta, 22. E. Covey, 
23. K. Vogtman, 24. P. Keegon, 25. E. Francois, 26. L. Bortlett, 27. A. Sanza-GR, 
28. V. Lawerence, 29. M. Veloso, 30. N. Harlow, 31. P. Eilers, 32. D. Borgerding, 
33. B. Smith, 34. A. Etzler, 35. D. Rennis, 36. E. Keene, 37. F. Luery, 38. C. Scalzi. 



Denton 7 





Denton 8 



1 . C. York, 2. L. Gregg, 3. C. Weigandt, 4. C. Jannetti, 5. B. 
Keneman, 6. S. Golomb, 7. S. Rent, 8. C. Harvill, 9. A. 
Randall, 10. S. Burck, U.S. Kaplan, 12. S. Shisler, 13. A. 
Ottenheimer, 14. J. Bruns-Sec, 15. K. Haskin, 16. D. 
Hauck, 17. P. Gofberg, 18. J. Schaffer, 19. M. Wolk, 20. 
C. Turner, 21. S. Honsvi^irth, 22. D. Barto, 23. S. Geb- 
hardt, 24. D. Helfrich-GR, 25. B. Broadus, 26. D. Drake, 
27. C. Smith, 28. I. Berkowitz-Treas., 29. C. Andrew, 
30. C. DeHoff, 31. S. Ives, 32. R. Euzent, 33. E. Dunphy, 
34. D. Thornhill, 35. R. Seidenstein-Pres., 36. B. Hafner, 
37. S. Cecil, 38. C. Perkins, 39. M. Schaffer, 40. L. Mark, 
41. G. Salazar, 42. E. Nochumowitz, 43. L. Lie, 44. R. 
Lil, 45. S. Coleman, 46. D. Lazarus, 47. R. Radesky, 48. K. 
Marshall, 49. S. Zucker. 




Residences 445 




1. M. Constonza, 2. D. Pena, 3. R. Taylor, 4. G. Shriner, 5. J. Belanus, 6. L. Borelly, 7. L. Cat- 
teran, 8. K. Rosnake, 9. B. Bronstein, 10. R. Dell, 11. R. Croxton, 12. G. Grossman, 13. H. Gold- 
hammer, 14. S. Matthias, 15. J.Ford, 16. R. Henning, 17. D.Snyder, 18. P.Foley, 19. D.Thomp- 
son, 20. E. Honczorgk, 21. D. Crowl, 22. M. Mugno, 23. K. Blevins, 24. H. Huston, 25. W. 
Forgue, 26. M. Lewis, 27. K. Dungen, 28. T. Mayr, 29. C. Wise, 30. J. Barnes, 31. S. Hoopen- 
gordner, 32. P. Shine, 33. B. Dix, 34. T. Strange, 35. R. Sher, 36. J. Block, 37. B. Wise, 38. A. 
Suskin, 39. E. Edwards. 



Easton A 





Easton B 



1 . p. Cornell, 2. S. Chirothivot, 3. J. Aanenson, 4. B. Mulkay, 5. R. Boulos, 6. G. Krieg, 
7. R. Leisberg, 8. B. Turpin,9. S. Witt, 10. R. Balciunas, 11. G. Hordegan, 12. J. Fox, 
13. G. Wolfe, 14. W. Eaton, 15. T. Riley, 16. J. Hopkins, 17. C. Dahle, 18. G. Martin, 
19. B. Sewell, 20. M. Dorsch, 21 . D. Baker, 22. M. Hoover, 23. W. Sigler, 24. M. Giltz, 
25. P. Tawes, 26. D. Porterfield, 27. M. Avrick, 28. W. Chaillou, 29. R. Faulkner, 30. 
H. Shuer, 31. M. Shymansky, 32. G. Grant, 33. J. Evier, 34. J. Necker, 35. L. Garri- 
son, 36. P. Murphy, 37. T. Boland, 38. J. Fairchild, 39. L. Bodenheimer, 40. M. Far- 
rail, 41. B. Harwood. 



446 Residences 





1. 0. Boy, 2. P. Pan, 3. M. Gruber, 4. M. Grunberg, 5, P. Hopkins, 6. Sara, 7. J. Ecker, 8. B. Harvey, 9. R. 
Julie, 10. Deer, 11. T. Nash-Treas., 12. "Tink", 13. J. Brucksh, 14. B. Griever, 15. Nickie-Res. Psy., 16. B. 
Griever, 17. T. Engle, 18. R. Berglowe, 19. E. Beckman, 20. Y. Mee, 21. D. Gillen, 22. Gale, 23. B. Cox, 24. D. 
Cunningham, 25. L. Engle, 26. "Charlie", 27. Ann, 28, G. Mahoney, 29. R. Hedden, 30. M. Dorsey, 31. C. 
Rimpo, 32. E. Z. Popp, 33. R. U. Dumb, 34. L. Herring-Pres., 35. Megan, 36. M. Day, 37. E. Schuman, 38. C. 
Wells, 39. B. Bolth, 40. A. Silverberg, 41. I. M. Week, 42. Cherri, 43. M. Jackson, 44. B. Wolfgang, 45. J. 
Wirth, 46. Bev, 47. D. Konopelski, 48. Kothy, 49. C. Hohenstein-V. Pres., 50. D. Buckler, 51. Earlene, 52. 
Sari, 53. Anita, 54. Karen, 55. M. Dillow, 56. Dolores, 57. Jeanne, 58. Leanne, 59. Vickie, 60. J. Mazcko, 
61. Morcyne, 62. J. Bonanno-Sec, 63. S. Krohn, 64. Sara, 65. K. Pealberg, 66. "Coach", 67. D.Walker, 68. 
Judy, 69. B. Dodd, 70. Laurie. 



Easton C 



1. S. Kennevan, 2. J. Maya, 3. J. Skelly, 4. H. Kurman, 5. A. Borenstein, 6. B. Gunson, 7. K. Wolfson, 8. R. 
Booth, 9. S. Murray, 10. C. Li, 11. D. Bertling, 12. J. Aver, 13. D. Gilligan, 14. G.Vallone, 15. Hosken, 16. M. 
Gill, 17. B. Grossman, 18. F. Jaccocks, 19. G. Duval, 20. A. Kunaniec, 21. L. Wolitz, 22. D. Smith, 23. M. 
Skyler, 24. M. Susselman, 25. B. Johnson, 26. A. Womack, 27. J. Carroll, 28. J. Valenta, 29. D. Collins, 30. J. 
Skeen, 31. R. Kurtz, 32. S. Bodkin, 33. M. Huse, 34. P. Kupselaitis, 35. C. Housman, 36. L. Anderson, 37. R. 
Sleeman, 38. M. Hutchins, 39. D. Ortmeyer, 40. F. Saul. 



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1. B. Huckins, 2. P. Wells, 3. T. Milholland-Pres., 4. R. Dixon, 5. A. Krouse, 6. T. 
Borum, 7. P. Nortz, 8. R. Renacia, 9. H. Herman, 10. D. Arel, 11. M. Steel, 12. L. 
Doggett-VP„ 13. J. Queen, 14. J. Poklis, 15. K. Trionfo, 16. R. Ediund, 17. G. Wil- 
liamson, 18. R. Wright, 19, J. Borum, 20. J. Salis, 21. E. Dotterweich, 22. G. Rodgers, 
23. D. Bouchillon, 24. J. Smith, 25. J. Marshall, 26. H. Bernheimer, 27. J. Smith, 28. 
J. Tube, 29. R. Guthrie, 30. G. Howard, 31 . R. Bossert, 32. S. Erickson, 33. W. Hoyle, 
34. T. Moore, 35. R. Howard. 



Easton E 




Eastoii F 




1. W. Huhn-Pres., 2. 5. Sporshott, 3. B. Hynson, 4. E. Amory, 5. B. Mannel-Treas., 6. J. Poor, 7. D. 
Hare, 8. L. Sowa, 9. L. Boyd, 10. P. Struthers, 1 1. M. Branegan, 12. E. Kuhfahl, 13. R. Wolski, 14. M. 
Rubbery, 15. J. Beyer, 16. J. Boyle, 17. B. Bowers, 18. J. Spector, 19. J. Snyder, 20. E. Snyder, 21. J. 
Hunt, 22. B, Licht, 23. F, Leaf, 24. W. Hurley, 25. S. Hershey, 26. S. Hines, 27. C. Bradford, 28. L. 
Henneke, 29. B. Smith, 30. C. Needer, 31. A. Spector, 32. H. Smolin, 33. R. Shelleman, 34. K. Smith, 
35. T. Bowser, 36. 0. Bracken, 37. 0. Hughes, 38. J. Bowen, 39. C. Robinson, 40. H. Lew- V.P., 41. D. 
Heslin, 42. T. Ofenstein, 43. J. McCollam. 



448 Residences 





1 . L. Davis, 2. C. Belkov, 3. T. Brody, 4. C. Horton, 5. J. Rivetti, 6. R. Sponaugle, 7. T. 
McHugh, 8. R. Steckman, 9. G. Post, 10. T. Callahan, 11. T. Maslin, 12. T. Mapp, 
13. A. Peterson-GR, 14. E. Simpson, 15. J. Grumbach, 16. B. Humphries, 17. P. 
Martin, 18. D. Mogen, 19. G. Collins, 20. C. Easter, 21. M. Spencer, 22. R. Beasar, 
23. R. Betz, 24. B. Gray, 25. S. Tucker, 26. S. Hits, 27. B. Hedden, 28. J. Smith, 29. L. 
Lowenthal, 30. R. Stambaugh, 31. D. Mesard, 32. W. Wensel, 33. S. Lotz, 34. K. 
Lewis, 35. D. Bangham, 36. B. Schorman, 37, P. Brotten, 38. J. Smith, 39. V. Berg. 



Easton G 



Easton H 



1. J. Barron-GR, 2. K. Galiatsatos, 3. B. Wilkerson, 4. M. Tallent, 5. T. Litzau, 6. B. McLaughlin, 7. 
J. Sefakis, 8. H. Griffin, 9. K. Idol, 10. J. McQuown, U.S. Jones, 12. P. Wieman, 13. G. Bartel, 14. J. 
Walters, 15. T. Garrett, 16. W. Bell, 17. D. Hessong, 18. R. Freudenberger-Pres., 19. T. Bryan-VP., 
20. D. Brobst, 21 . C. Sturgis, 22. A. Kuhn -Treos., 23. D. Sternberg, 24. W. Atkins, 25. L. Smith, 26. J. 
Parker, 27. D. Rigdon, 28. G. McHugh, 29. M. Matheu, 30. D. Chase, 31. F. Russo, 32. N. Vcrhall, 
33. T. Collison, 34. L. Perrochino, 35. B. Taylor, 36. S. Sprague, 37. T. Sutton, 38. F. Simeone, 39. C. 
Simpson, 40. T. Doyle, 41 . K. Hunt, 42. J. Hargest, 43. G. Jones. 





Residences 449 



Elkton 1 



1. B. Ford, 2. E. Weinblatt, 3. S. Smith, 4. B. Malstrom, 
5. P. Hook, 6. P. Drews, 7. M. Hyllestod, 8. M. Lebherz, 
9. A. Mellvell, 10. B. D'Amborsio, 11. L. Chaiken, 12. W. 
Witt, 13. M. Rogers, 14. J. Auerbach, 15. S. Sharp, 16. B. 
Bent, 17. B. Weiss, 18. E. Weiss, 19. C. Horrison, 20. A. 
Whelan. 






1. C. Steinmetz, 2. L. Oney, 3. J. Jones, 4. G. Kisner, 5. S. 
Costreiii, 6. D. Greer, 7. M. Mooney, 8. T. Crowley, 9. S. 
Troxell, 10. J. Tuten, 11. J. Beck, 12. L. Matthews, 13. N. 
Legg, 14. 0. Molinowski-GR, 15. S. Chaffinch, 16. M. 
Henderson, 17. S. Rogers, 18. D. Houg, 19. B. Szymonski, 
20. C. Potton, 21. A. Hougher, 22. K. Smith, 23. M. Borys, 
24. J. Chomploin, 25. D. Ford, 26. J. Hordenberg, 27. M. 
Costa, 28. P. Jump, 29. J. Lee, 30. D. Melvin. 



450 Residences 



Elkton 2 





Elkton 3 



1. L. Sabino, 2. C. Oddo, 3. D. Chandler, 4. M. Kessler, 5. M. Mengoni, 6. M, 
Morgan, 7. J. Taine, 8. J.Warner, 9. ,10. 1 1. L. Schloss- 

berg, 12. J. Hunt, 13. , 14. K. Forman, 15. L. Kelley, 16. S. Closs, 

17. P. Bulmash, 18. D. Rosenblatt, 19. C. Aloi, 20. L. Coleman, 21. A. Chamb- 
ers, 22. N. Goldberg, 23. R. King, 24. D. Mayer, 25. J. Rush, 26. J. Shaffer, 
27. D. Rucker, 28. L. Smith, 29. L. Schlage, 30. L. Pilato, 31. L. Shaw, 32. 
G. Artsen, 33. J. Coughenour, 34. P. Fine, 35. L Francis, 36. E. Delp, 37. M. 
Ford. 






1. G. Merritt, 2. C. Crump, 3. P. Ackerman, 4. A. Westergard, 5. S. Rogers, 
6. P. Ross, 7. C. Baron, 8. J. Wolfe, 9. K. Thomas, 10. H. Rosenboum, 1 1. H. 
Berry, 12. K. Kerchner, 13. N. Wolfe, 14. B. Aleks, 15. E. Kelly, 16. R. Jo- 
sephson, 17. B. Dix, 18. D. Wright, 19. S. Boswell, 20. J. McCabe, 21. B. 
Healy, 22. R. Hauser, 23. M. Baublitz, 24. D. Gelfeld, 25. M. Sherk, 26. L. 
Coleman, 27. E. Sloan, 28. S. Platkin, 29. D. Menzler, 30. D. Thomas, 31. P. 
Newman, 32. P. Richardson, 33. A. Lehman, 34. P. Kolmer, 35. J. Smith. 



Elkton 4 



Residences 451 




1 F. Stombler, 2. S. Perkins, 3. L. Kisse, 4. P. Poringer, 5. C. Schlauch, 6. A. Wachter, 
7. , 8. P. Petraschuk, 9. E. Bullock, 10. K. McKay, 11. M. Arnold, 12. M. 

Peterson, 13.'m. Kelley, 14. B. Lehman, 15. C. Joyce, 16. M. Neverdarn, 17. D. Hawkins, 
18. D. Drake. 



Elkton 5 




Elktoii 6 




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1. B. Goldkind, 2. S. Riddick, 3. G. Snyder, 4. S. Shapiro, 
5. J. Forsythe, 6. D. Corbett, 7. S. Ressler, 8. P. Heffer- 
nan, 9. G. Pegues, 10. T. Gerdts, ll.C. Autenrieth, 12. S. 
Willis, 13. K. Gerstner, 14. D. Coutts, 15. L. Holtscheit- 
er, 16. P. Corken, 17. R. Sievers, 18. S. Sonnenleiter, 19. 
E. Schloss, 20. A. Beard, 21. C. Seigrist, 22. S. Hefler, 
23. L. Newton, 24. J. Huntz, 25. S. DePolma, 26. J. Pet- 
relli, 27. C. Cieslowski, 28. L. Cicone, 29. D. Richer, 30. 
C. Franks, 31. D. Celly, 32. H.Wallace, ""S. B. Lehman, 34. 
J. Kennedy, 35. E. Askin, 36. D. Siemek. 



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1. C. Leibovitz, 2. S. Goldiner, 3. S. Leifer, 4. A. Solomon, 5. E. Lami- 
mon-GR, 6. V. Kennedy, 7. D. Hynson, 8. N. Noack, 9. K. Boyle, 10. L. 
Riggs, 11. N. Thayer, 12. M. Vakerdzis, 13. S. Schlossberg, 14. C. 
Cheney, 15. J. Knight, 16. A. Schleicher, 17. P. Cosby, 18. B. Huhn, 19. 
T. Mague, 20. V. Ridgewoy, 21. L. Sober, 22. S. Goldman, 23. D. Wat- 
son, 24. J. Elleby, 25. J. Trovers, 26. L. Chesnik, 27. K. Boyne, 28. B. 
Beck, 29. D. Beavers, 30. B. Siew/icki-Pres., 31. P. Beaudet, 32. D. 
Pickard, 33. S. King- Pres., 34. J. Assante, 35. S. Couch, 36. S. Weaver, 
37. S. Fields, 38. J. Pohlman, 39. B. Cunningham, 40. M. Pettit, 41. E. 
Messinger, 42. A. Deposquole, 43. N. Seligmon, 44. K. Depevi', 45. D. 
Messina, 46. K. Howell, 47. K. Tresch, 48. A. Farrar. 





Elkton 8 



1. B. Meighon, 2. R. Miller, 3. E. Uyeno, 4. C. McCofferty, 5. M. Auld, 
6. A. Dern, 7. S. Kenney, 8. M. Block, 9. C. Teague, 1 0. P. Clancy, U.K. 
Leonard, 12. C. Brandt, 13. J. Chrissos, 14. M. Metcalfe, 15. M. Mes- 
zaros, 16. S. Watt, 17. E. Elam, 18. N. Matheny, 19. T. Lober, 20. P. 
Kissan, 21 . S. Christian, 22. B. Helfand, 23. P. Some, 24. D. Henderson, 
25. A. Goldstein, 26. M. Riley, 27. N. Goldsmith, 28. R. Evans, 29. C. 
Viola, 30. A. Todd, 31. D. Vonnemon, 32. J. Dean, 33. P. Cislo, 34. B. 
Hebb, 35. B. Phaller, 36. M. Aucremonne. 



Residences 453 



EUicott Area Council 



Dan Redlin President 

Barbara Gendler Vice President 

Vivian Spal< Recording Secretary 

Jane Hendler Corresponding Secretary 

Jay Silverman Treasurer 



Sue Kremenack 
Delia Striker 
John Debone 
Donna Cullen 
Leslie Ward 
Frank Cohoon 
Judy dowser 
Gail Maxwell 
Chris Miles 
Nancy Stonsfield 
John Salinika 
Fred Ferguson 
Earl Ward 
Ed Breitschwerdt 
Jim Abate 
Jack Hillesland 
Floyd Peede 
Charles Hoffman 
Robert Foires 
Marian Goldstein 



Judy Bari 



FranTomach 
Karen Pegler 
Laura Rettalioto 
Karen Hormening 
Cyndy Curtin 
Janet Keller 
Anita Soger 
Laura Richards 
Mimi Trone 
Chris Cook 
Phyllis Dorfmon 
Linda Kreomer 
Bev Asoro 
Betsy McKay 
CaronBuechler 
Beth Schapiro 
Ginger Buchanan 
Cathy Riegger 
Pattie Freeman 
Estelle Franklin 



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ELLICOTT 





Ellicott Area is the newest of the five. It is 
the childish pranks, and bubbling laughter, 
and adolescent problems that accompany 
youth-and this is good. Ellicott has no tra- 
dition to bind it-rather, it is building tradi- 
tion. 

Ellicott Hall opened two years ago. And a 
loud arrival it was. Furniture flew from the 
upper floors, complaints were promptly 
registered about their feathered neighbors 
that chose to crow at 6 A.M. A controversy 
brewed when the football team took over 
the seventh and eighth floors. 

Last year Hagerstown Hall was opened 
and it was followed by the newest addition 
LaPlata, this fall. The presence of 1,000 
women has done much to turn the attention 
of Ellicott men outward. The football team 
is well accepted, especially by the ladies. 
Hagerstown and LaPlata have devoted 
a lot of time to cheering the Terps on. Their 
efforts range from plastering the campus 
with leaflets to pulling fire alarms to get 
people out for a pep rally. But it's worth it. 
As one Hagerstown resident put it, "we get 
to eat with them in the off season." The 
presence of the team adds a vitality that is 
unequalled in the other areas. 

LaPlata is having its fling, like the new 
girl in town. Except multiplied by 500. A 
newly discovered vein of gold. But the reign 
of glory will pass. The novelty will wear off 
-but in the meantime-who cares? 

Ellicott is young and fresh. Ellicott swings. 





Residences 455 



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1. C. Bittinger, 2. A. Peonne, 3. M. Berry, 4. R. Forbes, 5. B. Van Arsdalen, 6. A. 
Shanker, 7. , 8. B. Mondell, 9. M. Quitt, 10. B. Kempler, 1 1 . B. Trabb, 1 2. B. 

Greenfield, 13. D. Kohlapp, 14. B. Ruth, 15. L. Newcomb, 16. K. Ford, 17. C. Kelly, 
18. B. Dullea, 19. G. Paul, 20. B. Mohr, 21. G. Dawson, 22. J. Molesworth, 23. J. 
Maidrana, 24. M. McManus, 25. B. Orr, 26. S. Proper, 27. A. Shandroski, 28. S. 
Berry, 29, W. Percy, 30. F. Ferguson, 31 . S. Whitney, 32. K. Wiegers, 33. J. Prochczk, 
34.J. Hicks. Not shown- P. Ursillo,M. Pitroff. 



Ellicott A 



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Ellicott B 



1. G. Ruppert, 2. N. Tucker, 3. R. Keigher, 4. R. London, 5. R. Holland, 6. J. Wilcox, 
7. M. Giberman, 8. S. Kominic, 9. S. Duling, 10. J. Svestka, 11. B. Hertzberger, 12. E. 
Ward, 13. P. Holly, 14. J. Kohn, 15. T. Michel, 16. J. Dunbar, 17. G. Fisher, 18. J. 
Schaefer, 19. M. Giovonniello, 20. A. Shapiro, 21. R. Johnson, 22. G. Zaieski, 23. D. 
Kefouver, 24. D. Watson, 25. J. Soloninka, 26. T. Pula, 27. D. Hoskins, 28. J. Weis- 
man, 29. A. Greenwalt, 30. J. Rubin, 31. W. Greenspon,32. Plant. 




1. p. Scudzy, 2. J. Bari, 3. P. Hughes, 4. S. Graff, 5. P. Romanczyk-V.P., 6. E. Breitschwerdf, 7. J. Caplon-Treas., 
8. E. McGill-GR, 9. L. Cohen, 10. W. Durm, ll.B. Clar, 12. H. Muller, 13. L.Gregg, 14. K. Rothstein, 15. G. Showalter, 
16. R. Long, 17. T. Arnold, 18. D. Hoyden, 19. M. Ryan, 20, W. Rupert, 21. R. Ciovoieila, 22. , 23. L. Sigier, 24. 

J. Hammond, 25. R. Hummer, 26. J. Russo, 27. R. Dyson, 28. B. Konig, 29. D. Bryson, 30. J. Smith, 31. B. Scott, 32. P. 
Brondenborg, 33. M. Lusby, 34. W. Betz, 35. C. Gordon, 36. C. Crawford, 37. \. Hoenig, 38. G. Hawkins, 39. J. Moore, 
40. J. DeBoone, 41. E. Hjertberg, 42. L. Myers, 43. R. Wilcox, 44. J. Isaac, 45. D. Severy, 46. P. Berigtold,47. F. Sheeley, 
48. G. Rill. 



EUicott C 




EUicott D 



1. S, Kordek, 2. S. Holland, 3. J, Young, 4. R. Sherman, 5. J. Abate- 
Pres., 6. G. Kleiner - Sec, 7. A. Biggs, 8. M. Moore, 9. J. Brooks, 1 0, H. 
Belvin, 11. J. Loran, 12. M, Kaplan, 13. B. Thomason, 14. J. Bickford, 
15. M. f^emchek, 16. L. Haynes, 17. D. Hunt, 18. L. Korb, 19. G. Wills, 
20. J. Hayes, 21. T. McCarthy, 22. C. Dickman, 23. S. Fox, 24, R. Bes- 
wick, 25. D, Durrett, 26. J. Roseberry, 27. B. Rupple, 28. P. Onley, 29. 
D. Honlon, 30. C. Roesle, 31, J. Sheppord, 32. M. Pierson, 33. B. Dye, 
34. T. Donahue- Treos. 




Residences 457 



EUicott E 



1. J. Russell, 2. B. Lufkin, 3. D. Billings, 4. J. Gentile, 5. J. Creehan, 6. G. 
Faden, 7. D. Redlin, 8. J. Hillesland - Pres., 9. J. Finke, 10. H. Shulman, 1 1 . V. 
Messer, 12. B. Binau, 13. J. Ross, 14. A. Cochran, 15. M. Crosby, 16. L. 
Wilkins! 17. F. Philpot, 18. N. Creeger, 19. T. Kimball, 20. W. Sherman, 21. B. 
Eisenman, 22. F. Williams, 23. L. Palowitz, 24. P. Casula, 25. B. Sempeles- 
Sec, 26. B. Mish-Treos., 27. F. Cahoon-V.P., 28. T. Rowland, 29. K, Car- 
ter 30. M. Shipley, 31. B. Willets, 32. J. Koshinski, 33. S. Isaacs, 34. M. 
Bilger, 35. B. Koslowski, 36. L. Shipley, 37. I. Kovacsi, 38. B. Holland, 39. 
S. Hollands, 40. S. Creeger. 





1. J. Edmonds, 2. J. Harris, 3. M. Flanigan, 4. M. Gibbons, 5. F. 
Peede-Pres., 6. E. Cuesta, 7. S. Groh, 8. A. Stahl, 9, G. Shorthall, 
10. D. Elby, ll.A.Feldman, 12. B.Johnson, 13. B. Blackhurst, 14, B. 
Wine, 15. J.Cordenas, 16. S. Jacoby, 17. M. Mueller, 18. J. Richard- 
son-Sec, 19. B. Bolloway, 20. R. Parkhill, 21. M. Smith, 22. M. 
Wingate, 23. F. Morton, 24. J. Kramer, 25. J. Cromwell, 26. D. 
McMullen, 27. G. Muenchau, 28. A, Plateau, 29. D. Homan, 30. A. 
Dotcher, 31 . E. Eisenbrey, 32. J. Shipman, 33. J. Griffith. 



458 Residences 



EUicott F 





EUicott G 



I. W, Faragulli, 2. G. McCue, 3. B. Chilcoat, 4. J. Tiesi, 5. B. Reilly, 
6. D. Mayer, 7. R. Bednar, 8. H. Barnes, 9. L. Massie, 1 0. T. Shugars, 

I I. W. Youngs, 12. T. Miller, 13. B. Poole -GR, 14. J. Croasdale, 15. 
R. Soporowski, 16. P. Lorkin, 17. F. White, 18. F. White, 19. T. 
Brant, 20. R. Koonts, 21. T. Steiner, 22. E. McManus, 23. M. Mc- 
Cray, 24. P. Paturzo, 25. R. Keeman, 26. B. Backus, 27. M. Lischak, 
28. C. Hoffmann, 29. B. Bach, 30. L. Babinski, 31 . T. Brannon, 32. G. 
Roberts, 33. J. Little, 34. J. Morris, 35. J. Beachler, 36. A. Beleski, 
37. D. Seifert, 38. S. Shank, 39. L Shober, 40. D. Yarnell. 





1. R. Slaninka, 2. K. Holliday, 3. T. Greene, 4. K. Dutton, 5. A. 
Thomas, 6. E. Moore, 7. S. Welhorsky, 8. B. Colbert, 9. R. Merritt, 
10. J. Lawerence, 11. B. Grant, 12. J. Gebhardt, 13. R. Friedgen, 
14. D. Chacos, 15. E. Kane, 16. G. VonSickler, 17. L. Santacrose, 
18. M. Brant, 19. B. Haley, 20. R. Yost, 21. J. Sniscak, 22. D. Kee- 
man, 23. M. Imphong, 24. R. Nolan, 25. J. Dyer, 26. J. Beechler, 
27. W. Morris, 28. G. Kubany, 29. B. MacBride, 30. J. Dill, 31. J. 
Little, 32. S. Faries, 33. A. Beleski, 34. R. Sontag, 35. B. Meister, 
36. P. Burke, 37. B. Olecki, 38. C. Gienger. 



EUicott H 



Residences 459 




1. M. Hockman, 2. R. Fink, 3. L. DeSalvo, 4. J. Critz, 5. F. Toinuch, 6. B. Wagner, 7. L. 
Chartock, 8. L. Buss, 9. S. Bickings, 10. C. DiGirolamo, 1 1. M. Goldstein, 12. B. Meyer, 
13. N. Glazer, 14. K. Waugh, 15. H. Neufeld, 16. I. Engle, 17. C. Berezne, 18. W. Axel- 
roth, 19. J. Phillips, 20. S. Botzler, 21. J. Francis. 



Hagerstown 




Hagerstown 2 




1. L. Crowl, 2. B. Molnar, 3. A. Wilner, 4. A. Hoffman, 5. E. Ritter, 6. R. Solo- 
mon, 7. B. Braumfeld, 8. S. Conrad, 9. A. Weinberg, 10. J. Beierlein, 11. A. 
Rosoff, 12. L. Brazer, 13. D. Meyers, 14. K. Schroeder, 15. N. Cunninghom, 
16. V. Soper, 17. D. Loe, 18. L. O'Neill, 19. J. Utmar, 20. L. Cucina, 21. M. 
Reynolds, 22. D. Kidd, 23. D. Outlaw, 24. J. Topel, 25. E. Deutsch, 26. E. Ep- 
stein, 27. D. Flook, 28. C. Schneider, 29. S. Mackenzie, 30. J. Clodfelter, 31 . J. 
Phillips, 32. B. Bourke, 33. M. Cieler, 34. S. Helm, 35. D. Dalton, 36. E. Wayne, 
37. B. Rinaca, 38. C. Henderson, 39. S. Temkin, 40. E. Stolting, 41. J. Talarico, 
42. K. Pegler, 43. K. Ringley, 44. S. Fischer, 45. G. Koneies. 




HAGERSTOWN 



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1. E. Venetta, 2. J. dowser- Dorm. Pres., 3. R. Polinsky, 4. S. Reznick, 5. M. Purond, 6. A. 
Boyd, 7. J. Ayres, 8, J. Hendler, 9. L. Rioux, 10. A. Piccolie, U.K. Cowley, 12. A. Sosuille, 13. S. 
Voughon, 14. C. Miller-Sec, 15. R. Snyder, 16. S. Meyers, 17. D. Cullen, 18. S. Loudenslager, 
19. E. Azmon, 20. P. Verduci, 21. M. Solomon, 22. J. Clark, 23. T. Phillips, 24. Y. Jacques, 
25. I. Oppenheim, 26. K. Harmening-Pres., 27. C. Miles-Pres., 28. B. Tuleya, 29. S. Brilliant, 
30. B. Teuton -Treas., 31. J. Sykes, 32. J. Deutsch, 33. M. Gelkin, 34. J. Dunleavy, 35. B. 
Pikelny, 36. S. Ransick, 37. A. Hiniker, 38. S. Schneider, 39. P. Miles, 40. P. Hormeyer, 41. B. 
Light, 42. P. Fishel, 43. G. Carry, 44. H. Hofer, 45. S. Beitzel, 46. V. Bredariol, 47. G. Pumpkin. 



Hagerstown 3 



Hagerstown 4 




1. F. Liebig, 2. D. Bronscom, 3. R. Gold, 4. J. Keller, 5. V. Hennessey, 6. S. Shams, 7. J. Webb, 8. K. Berg, 9. M. Fried- 
lander, 10. N. Golas, U.S. Gibson, 12. L. Jung, 13. C. Springer, 14. P. Audioun, 15. W. Culver, 16. M. Rice, 17. E. Gon- 
zales, 18. T. Bruin, 19. S. Galliday, 20. L. Scarpelli-GR, 21. C. Oswell, 22. N. Kriegel, 23. A. Nauga, 24. F. Grossman, 
25. M. Pritchard, 26. G. Bergstein, 27. S. Lancaster, 28. M. Urbas, 29. N. Wandres, 30. C. Von Wald, 31. B. Hope, 32. 
B. Howes, 33. D. Wolf, 34. D. Poe, 35. E. Yeakle, 36. A. Kimlicko, 37. T. Williams, 38. Baltimore Orioles, 39. S. Manou- 
chehtri, 40. M. Fahim-Nader, 41 . E. McCarthy, 42. K. Brautigan, 43. K. Larner, 44. D. Haas. 




Residences 461 




1. A. Soger, 2. L. Richards, 3. J. Anderegg, 4. B. Bugg, 5. R. Miller, 6. S. Kaplan, 7. S. 
Levine, 8. E. Rusinko, 9. L. Roberts, 10. M. Michie, 1 1 . M. P. Floherty, 12. C. Mumford, 
13. J. Boker, 14. L. Sures, 15. M. Lewis, 16. E. Inglesby, 17. K. Crockett, 18. K. Dorries, 
19. E. Levenson, 20. E. Rodriguez, 21 . G. Bormel, 22. C. Umons, 23. B. Latterner, 24. D. 
Kravette, 25. M. E. Wolf, 26. D. Garvin, 27. K. Von Buskirk, 28. B. Browley, 29. M. Min- 
ty, 30. B. Delashmutt, 31. L. Saxton, 32. D. Bemis, 33. J. Soule, 34. V. Noegele, 35. R. 
Monohan, 36. D. Mangis, 37. J. Green, 38. N. Webb, 39. K, LoLonde, 40. R. Fritz, 41. C. 
Betts, 42. D. Gertler, 43. J. Niederberger, 44. D. Severance, 45. R. Yoshyse, 46. A. Kelly, 
47. D. Hoffman. 



Hagerstown 5 




Hagerstown 6 



1. M. Tishler, 2. C. Loughry, 3. R. Exier, 4. S. Elkins, 5. P. Sobo, 6. S. Leibov^^itz, 7. J. Nov^/akowiski, 8. M. 
Purple, 9. J. Silverstein, 1 0. E. Schochet, 1 1 . J. Wolman, 1 2. D. Weiser, 1 3. D. Korn, 1 4. S. Berwoger, 1 5. M. 
Timm, 16. M. Trone, 17. N. Stonsfield, 18. J. Kostas, 19. S. Edwards, 20. D. Kilberg, 21. K. Nitko, 22. S. 
Duling, 23. L. Mohr, 24. J. Ford, 25. S. Krieger, 26. L. Leach, 27. S. Lindbeck, 28. J. Otton, 29. H. Murphy, 
30. S. Fleishman, 31. M. Klein, 32. L. Stork, 33. B. Michaels, 34. C. Volker, 35. D. Beplot, 36. B. Geller. 




462 Residences 



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1. p. Smith, 2. V. Maiolo, 3. J. Marquardt, 4. M. Vondas, 5. B. Weisbond, 6. K. Pollis, 
7. D. Bell,8. C. McElroy, 9. B. Turkington, 10. H. Lever, 11. M. Devlin, 12. D. Drouilard, 
13. R. Andy, 14. P. Dorfman, 15. L. Seigelman, 16. P. Speer, 17. D. Evans, 18. J. Oreto, 
19. S. Kremenal<, 20. M. Wherritt, 21 . H. Hendriclcson, 22. D. Weber, 23. M. Ritter, 24. 
P. Joyce, 25. S. Esmoiladeh, 26. J. Rich, 27. D. Swaney, 28. C. Cool<, 29. D. Fasnacht, 
30. S. Thorp, 31 . J. Ripple, 32. S. Franz, 33. H. Brenner. 



Hagerstown 7 





Hagerstown 8 



1 . M. Fields, 2. S. Juliano, 3. J. Flatley, 4. S. Piepoli, 5. L. Williams, 6. B. Levy, 7. J. New- 
house, 8. B. Clemente, 9. C. White, 10. P. Rouzer, U.S. Sweeney, 12. D. Soils, 13. L. 
Goldberg, 14. S. Breslow, 15. J. Fischer, 16. N. Hines, 17. M. Harmon, 18. L. Wolmuth, 
19. J. Diamond, 20. L. Jones, 21. M. Evans, 22. F. Lynch, 23. L. Holland, 24. B. North, 
25. S. Fleisher, 26. G. Goldman, 27. G. Rixse, 28. C. Spring, 29. T. Evans, 30. S. Ludwig, 
31. L. Bradley, 32. R. Faya, 33. J. Hockman, 34. S. Watkins, 35. D. Norinsky, 36. D. 
Restor, 37. L. Tangel, 38. S. Colligan, 39. P. Regan, 40. L. Krecmer, 41 . I. Kreamer, 42. 
P. Franz, 43. K. Spelsberg, 44. K. Jones, 45. P. Lowney, 46. B. Asaro, 47. D. Munn, 48. 
P. Stant, 49. B. Brandon, 50. S. Goodman, 51 . A. Prettyman. 




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1. J. Bey, 2. R. Mitchell, 3. R. Mitchell, 4. C. McCormick, 5. L. Friss, 6. K. 
Grill, 7. A. Stegman, 8. K. Wheat, 9. T. Conte, 10. J. Dunie, 1 1 . C. Rosen, 1 2. 
P. Fry-House Impr. Chmn., 13. T. Wright, 14. L. Hunt, 15. J. Szczeponik, 
16. J. Grob, 17. C. Knoop, 18. J. Reinhardt, 19. J. Sample, 20. M. Hobcn, 
21. P. Rose, 22. W. Selkow, 23. P. Wharton, 24. P. Steers, 25. K. Newman, 
26. B. Lipman, 27. M. Wynne-Sec, 28. E. Christensen-VP., 29. J. 
Brzezinski-Treas., 30. J. Powell, 31. K. L. Newman, 32. S. Lipman, 33. M. 
McKay- Pres., 34. E. Koblin,35. A. Levine. 





La Plata 2 



464 Residences 



1. N. Cintron, 2. J. Donin, 3. L. Lipsky, 4. C. Buech- 
ler-Pres., 5. K. Shandrowsky, 6. S. Robertson, 7. 
J. Inches, 8. R. Cook, 9. J. DuRocher, 10. A. Lip- 
sicas, 11. S. Rosen, 12. B. Bennington, 13. S. 
Slonim, 14. M. Meyers, 15. B. Buckel, 16. E. Mof- 
fitt, 17. P. Watters, 18. W. Mittleman, 19. N. 
Ochletree, 20. B. Gendler, 21. E. Rosen, 22. S. Hill, 
23. A. Rodgers, 24. P. Corcoran, 25. J. Embleton, 
26. L. Geller, 27. D. Whittington, 28. L. Jewell, 
29. C. Kobrin, 30. K. Wheatley, 31. M. Buck, 32. 
B. Van Fossen, 33. B. Latka, 34. L. Plummer, 35. P. 
Hauck. 





1 . F. Kogan, 2. S. Gruss, 3. K. Wagner, 4. R. Deutsch, 5. P. 
Embert, 6. C. Hubbard, 7. H. Bialowas, 8. N. Ediow, 9. 
P. Sobin, ]0. N. Gaby, 11. N. Levin, 12. L. Stepp, 13. M. 
Schneider-VP., 14. P. Swomley, 15. M. Vogel, 16. C. 
Saukel, 17. T. Miller, 18. A. Bickel, 19. N. Lee, 20. S. 
Shanks, 21. A. Stafford, 22. E. Hoffman, 23. F. Kaplan, 
24. K. Stepanek, 25. C. Wright, 26. D. Kassiday, 27. M. 
Streamer, 28. P. Mohan, 29. M. Cohen, 30. C. Solomon, 
31. E. Hodgson, 32. M. Weseloh, 33. J. Chinn, 34. M. 
Cohen, 35. K. Hunter, 36. M. Groves, 37. S. Engelbert, 38. 
J. Schkloven, 39. P. Bligh, 40. M. Poppas, 41. B. Scho- 
piro- Pres., 42. J. Schloudecker-Sec, 43. J. Johnson- 
Treas., 44. E. Cooper, 45. R. Dvoskin. 



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La Plata 4 



1. L. Bieber, 2. E. Whitney, 3. L. Sword, 5. J. Whitfield, 6. M. Trum- 
baur, 7. L. Rains, 8. J. Moore, 9. T. Dyktor, 10. C. Hohman, 11. J. 
Bocchino-GR, 12. G, Buchanan -Pres., 13. K. Dennis, 14. L. Cat- 
anese-V.P., 15. P. Bullock, 16. C. Skinner, 17. L. Hall, 18. S. Itzel, 
19. R. Price, 20. S. Seigel, 21. L Hoffman, 22. P. Ellas, 23. R. Sha- 
piro, 24. F. Shannon, 25. B. Dworsky, 26. C. Cordell-Sec, 27. L. 
Price, 28. K. Kingrey, 29. S. Kollmar, 30. P. Turner, 31 . P. Bupp, 32. 
A. Wylie, 33. S. Rosenthal -Treas. 34. R. Cope, 35. C. Kris, 36. S. 
Hoffman, 37. A. Moore, 38. S. Lobely, 39. D. Hughes, 40. S. Sterling, 
41. C. Malesh, 42. C. Moore, 43. E. Lore, 44. M. Koppel, 45. F. 
Locker, 46. L. Rossnich, 47. R. Morrissey, 48. S. Buettner, 49. C. 
Guorino, 50. T. White, 51. R. Cooper. 




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La Plata 5 



1 . M. Lovett, 2. S. Levine, 3. B. Turner, 4. R. Herman, 5. H. Hennigan, 6. S. Styles, 7. 
B. Gula, 8. C. Holden, 9. D. Profitt, 10. D. Pridgen, 11. E. Kozicz, 12. P. Poyne, 13. B. 
Rothbard, 14. L Moore, 15. V. Corkran, 16. N. Burdett, 17. L. Moore, 18. K. Shaw, 
19. J. Kostenbouder, 20. K. Griffin, 21. T. Holzhauser, 22. C. Riegger, 23. F. Pritch- 
ard, 24. D. Covington, 25. L. Trow, 26. S. Blackmon, 27. L. Lundquist, 28. J. Cono, 
29. B. Spath, 30. E. Shaw, 31 . S. Cowell, 32. L. Roy, 33. B. Williams, 34. S. Rosenweig, 
35. S. Cosman, 36. B. Roth, 37. C. Stoler, 38. K. Stoffa, 39. N. Stewart, 40. R. Miller, 
41 . G. Maxwell, 42. B. Palmer, 43. L. Major, 44. C. Smink, 45. C. Weiner, 46. A. Roth, 
47. L. Botchan, 48. M. Biser, 49. N. Show. 



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I . p. Cox, 2. M. L. Burkhordt, 3. M. Holzman, 4. 

E. Hopkins, 5. L. Rudich, 6. E. Blair, 7. R. Shear- 
in, 8. L. Cowgill, 9. D. Rubin, 10. S. Williams, 

II. E. Shematz, 12. B. Krasner, 13. L DiNatelio, 
14. J. Sheppard, 15. B. Stouffer, 16. C. Puro, 
17. M. Doiley, 18. R. Stoutenborough, 19. S. 
Pusey, 20. A. Kramer, 21. M. Horky, 22. D. 
Rudner, 23. S. Beall, 25. S. Pruce, 26. L. Wil- 
liams, 27. C. Yudkoff, 28. D. Lowenstein, 29. 

F. Danshes, 30. C. Zaiko, 31. L. Bloke, 32. G. 
Rucker, 33. J. Stra, 34. E. Kramer, 35. J. Morell. 







1. K. Cole, 2, P. Morris, 3. P. Sherlock, 4. F. 
Napier, 5. B. J. Lynn, 6. B. Reuger, 7. B. 
Pomerantz, 8. K. Burton, 9. J. Kasamatsu, 
10. P. Smith, 11. T. Winslow, 12. T. Lyte, 
13. S. Belief, 14. A. Kriegman, 15. J. Guy, 
16. K. Krieger, 17. K. Crawford, 18. M. 
Helman, 19. M.Jordan, 20. K. Griffin, 21. D. 
Striker, 22. K. Wright, 23. R. Kryzanowski, 
24. C. Krupa, 25. L. Raines, 26. G. Gurland, 
27. S. Suchanek, 28. P. Horton, 29. C. 
Steutz, 30. L. Johnson. 31 . A, Luterman, 32. 
A. Puzauskas, 33. S. Lupo, 34. W. Cherni- 
koff, 35. N. Morris, 36. L. Sheppard, 37. C. 
Crosby. 

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1 . P. Kusin, 2. J. Kusek, 3. J. Koenig, 4. C. Wolff, 
5. R. Morrison, 6. N. Winters, 7. B. Suit, 8. D. 
Shestack-Treas., 9. C. Culp, 10. E. Franklin- 
Pres., 11. M. Silver, 12. C. Rockwell, 13. S. 
Silverman, 14. S. Wolfe, 15. E. Silverstein, 16. 
D. Curtis, 17. I. Hruzd, 18. D. Moyle, 19. J. 
Moshinsky, 20. B. Moses, 21. C. Crossan, 22. 
B. Kunenetz, 23. S. Smoot, 24. P. Karp, 25. 

26. H. Sherman, 27. R. Wolf, 28. J 
Bussler, 29. M. Suer, 30. K. Wiseman, 31. 8 
Ryder, 32. R. Sherman, 33. P. Ryskind, 34. N 
Suriano, 35. S. Hubbard, 36. S. Wright, 37. K 
Kuryloski, 38. S. Shoap, 39. M. Cypes, 40. B 
Hubert, 41. S. Shor, 42. T. Rosenblat, 43. M 
Wolfe, 44. M. B. Sullivan, 45. P. Howell, 46. S 



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Residences 467 




1. A. Sweet, 2. S. Kwash, 3. P. Hughes, 4. J. Blick, 5. S. Cov- 
ington, 6. J. Bari-Pres., 7. D. McLean, 8. P. Phillips, 9. L. 
Roth -Sec, 10. B. McNeol, 11. P. Padgett, 12. M. Roche, 13. 
Y. Jones, 14. E. Schimel, 15. S. Holverstadt, 16. S. Sprince, 
17. L. Von Harten, 18. B. Murphy, 19. M. Herd, 20. P. Stag- 
ner, 21. S. Murphy, 22. P. Judkins, 23. F. Wolfstein, 24. H. 
Murphy-Soc. Chmn., 25. L. Hull, 26. S. Loving-V.P., 27. 
N. O'Neil, 28. J. Murray, 29. P. Sweet, 30. K. Woods, 31. M. 
Murphy. 



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The Fire Service dormitory is located on the second floor of the Fire Service Extension 
Building and is under the authority of the Fire Service Extension Dept. The dorm is 
sponsored by Dr. John L. Bryan, Professor and Head of the Fire Protection Curriculum. 

At the present time, the dormitory consists of twelve full time students enrolled in 
various curriculums. The purpose of the dormitory is to allow students who are inter- 
ested in fire protection to "earn their room" by responding to emergencies with the 
College Park Volunteer Fire Department. All of the dorm's residents are required to 
maintain membership in the fire department while they are living in the dormitory. 



The International House is a residence hall located on Knox Rood behind Alleghany 
Hall. It is two-story white house which resembles a private home. Residing in the 
house are twelve graduate students from all over the world. India, Biofra, Liberia, Korea, 
the West Indies, the Phillippines, Cuba, and Yugoslavia are the countries represented. 
The International House offers rich opportunities for cultural exchange between peoples 
from oil over the world right here on campus. 



468 Residences 



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I. B. Greenwood, 2. R. Ryan, 3. J. /V\arshall, 4. R. Krien, 5. J. Bender, 6. D. Ives, 7. J. Bell, 8. J. Moore, 9. J. O'Neill, 10. W. Hurteau, 

II. W. Johnston, 12. A. Bizjak, 



Fire Service 




International House 



1. S. Achorya, 2. A. Kohli, 3. N. Badio, 4. M. Rosse-RA, 5. M. Choi, 6. K. Hon, 
7. F. Burke, 8. T. Kporgorhai, 




Hill Area Council 



Dee Lynn President 

Tom Jackson First Vice President 

Barbara Peacher Second Vice President 

Marsha Mirman Secretary 

Larry Vogel Treasurer 

Bob Ebersole Committee Chairman 

Diane Pietrantonio Committee Chairman 

Tom McGonigle Committee Chairman 

Vicki Himes Committee Chairman 

Bob Austin Senator 

Steve Berlew Senator 

Chuck Konya Senator 

Steve Lafferty Senator 

Ronni Middleman Senator 

Larry Phillips Senator 

Greg Roepke Senator 

Barbara Shulman > Senator 

Fronnie Crystal Legislator 

Roger Neff Legislator 

Gail Sherman Legislator 

Gerrie Weinstein Legislator 



Frank Abruscato 
Ken Albro 
Wayne Anderson 
Jay Baker 
Cele Boumonn 
David Baynes 
Erna Bell 
Nancy Biena 
George Bov^/dofi 
Gary Breenberg 
Rosemary Brown 
Charles Buckley 
James Cane 
Maria Coplan 
Clarence Chance 
Becki Chiauetta 
Linda Clayton 
Jacy Coady 
Lorry Dasch 
Michael Derr 
James Downing 
John Doyle 
Sue DuBeou 
Donald Duncan 
Thomas Duncan 
Michael Dunlop 
Stuart Engel 
Patti Farrell 
Al Feldstein 
Douglas Fornwold 
Wait Foster 
Pat Fulton 
Richard Gofford 



Hugh Gallagher 
Linda Gallagher 
Felix Gelfeld 
Lorry Gonnello 
Karen Gregg 
Jeanne Hall 
Sean Harty 
Richard Heosty 
Charles Hudson 
Cheryl Jackson 
Frederick Jocoby 
Jimmy James 
Carl Jaworski 
Roy Jenkinson 
Edward Jones 
Reed Kaestner 
Steve Kasin 
Tobias Kaye 
Marsha Kisielewski 
Lenny Klein 
Bruce Lancaster 
Howard Lanham 
Jack Layton 
Larry Lehman 
Eileen Levan 
Eileen Levy 
Sam Levy 
John Lewis 
Mary Mohady 
Howard Manwiller 
Don Marcus 
Frank Martin 
Gerald McCouiey 
John McGrath 



Barbara Milkar 
Bruce Miller 
Dave Miller 
Melinda Miller 
Rebecca Millstone 
Ken Morgan 
Paula Mulling 
Bruce Noble 
Charles Nelson 
John O'Neill 
Constonti Podussis 
Mike Perri 
Rick Pevey 
Alan Pflugrad 
Terry Pierce 
Aria Plottner 
Lee Pol man 
Ray Ragle 
Jeanne Ralph 
Joe Redding 
Bill Reiss 
Steve Rynas 
Tina Santoro 
Joe Saxe 
Harry Sommer 
Barry Stadd 
Laura Tabler 
Mark Taff 
Rick Vogel 
Sam Whelan 
Randy Wickers 
Joan Wilson 
Robert Zimmer 



THE HILL 



White pillars, rolling expanses of grass, an aura of mellowness; 
these all exemplify THE HILL. But behind this tradition-bound facade 
lurk many hazards. As freshmen we looked upon our new home and 
said, "How beautiful." We had much to learn. 

Alas-those white pillars were hollow, the grass mostly of the 
crab variety, and that aura of mellowness turned out to be rotting 
brick; but pride grew within us because the Hill is tradition and we 
were part of it. 

Hill Area dorms radiate a warmth that is unequaled by any of the 
complexes-especially when it's in the low 90's outside. Many have 
found the heat just a little erratic: it goes full blast in May, but it's 
non-existent in December. We accepted this too, for it's all part of life 
on the Hill. 

Most Hill Area residents hove an extensive knowledge and skill in 
the ancient art of pest extermination. We have often found ourselves 
on a first name basis with the cockroaches and their relatives, who 
live with us in our homes. Hill Area dorms ore a find to any dedicated 
zoology major in search of a victim. 

The question often arises-"How can I get bock at my room- 
mate for that last blind date?" If you live on the Hill the answer is 
simple. Plan the attack for when your roomie is enjoying his shower. 
Then with three other guys, man the Johns and let him hove it. Fire 1 1 
Fire 2! and Fire 3!-without the usual warning, "Flushing." This 
process uses up all of the available cold water. You will have your 
revenge and one slightly scalded roommate. 

This makes up one aspect of life on the Hill. The Hill is tradition, 
complaints, warmth, and friendship all wrapped up into one. Maybe 
if we had known what was behind the white pillars, we would never 
have entered the dorm. But now that we're here-who's leaving? The 
Hill has personality. 






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1 . D. Bowman, 2. S. Lungsager, 3. T. Jezek, 4. S. Whelan, 5. R. Bolt, 6. C. 
Crandell, 7. J. Kane, 8. W. Zimmerman, 9. T. Bender, 10. C. Bless, 11. T. 
Farra, 12. E. Page, 13. R. Kluge, 14. P. Hockley, 15. R. Adelmonn, 16. V. 
Hurwitz, 17. J. Fishmon, 18. W. Bratford, 19. R. Goither, 20. M. Koury, 
21. B. Ginnett-RA, 22. , 23. B. Noble, 24. S. Pine-Pres., 25. J. 

Yaquiont, 26. J. Rofferty, 27. B. Campbell, 28. R. Adcock, 29. P. Anderson, 
30. M. Kaiser, 31. J. Schofer, 32. R. Spikloser, 33. T. Doniecki, 34. K. 
Damar, 35. F. Blumenthol-Treos., 36. S. Hough, 37. D. Sommerville, 38. 
D. Bailey, 39. S. Ades, 40. H. Sommer-Soc. Ch.,41. J. lQnni,42. J. Bocio, 
43. R. Gafford, 44. M. Jenks, 45. G. Xillos, 46. J. Coma, 47. M. Abate, 48. 
C. Wagner, 49. J. Craig, 50. G. Vocek, 51. R. O'Brycki, 52. A. Lovender- 
GR, 53. K. Stonesifer, 54. A. Abbuscoto, 55. G. Wochter, 56. R. Easter, 
57. L. Underwood, 58. R. Wiley, 59. L. Safer, 60. M. Weisfeld, 61. D. Mur- 
ray, 62. J. Kester, 63. L. Jocobson, 64. 1. Tobockman. 



Allegany A & B 

Allegany C 



1. p. Darr, 2. M. Abroms-Sec, 3. J. McCauley-V.P., 4. M. Ports, 
5. J. O'Brien, 6. H. Macklin, 7. G. Siekierka-Pres., 8. F. Rammes, 
9. L. Adier, 10. S. Berlew-Treas., 11. K. Campbell, 12. J. Odhner, 
13. J. Edwards, 14. J. Thompson, 15. M. Toff, 16. E. Easton, 17. T. 
Eostlack, 18. C. May, 19. T. Bader, 20. R. Hale, 21. D. McCauley, 
22. H. Dohlen, 23. S. Scott-GR, 24. S. Radebaugh, 25. P. Wagner, 
26. M. Krause, 27. C. Kupfer, 28. B. Flaggs, 29. M. McNair, 30. H. 
Yorrison, 31. B. Solamon, 32. G. Williams, 33. T. Palmer. 






1. R. Izak, 2. J. Robinson, 3. C. Gammon, 4. P. Prout, 5. B. Frozer, 
6. G. Whittle, 7. D. Stone, 8. R. Mainstream, 9. I. Jarvis, 10. T. 
Brooks, 11. B. Pritchard, 12. B. Brewer, 13. F. Hammilton, 14. S. 
Harrison, 15. F. Haifley, 16. D. Hampt, 17. J. Aroneo, 18. F. Davelli, 
19. E. Kowalewski,20. J. Black, 21. J. Dole- Pres., 22. W. Gardner, 
23. A. Barbarika, 24. A. Bash, 25. R. Kadlubowski, 26. R. Dobrzkow- 
ski, 27. P. Samuels, 28. S. Palacio, 29. H. Morris, 30. A. Pflugrad, 
31. S. Ryder, 32. J. McClammer, 33. R. Edwards, 34. H. Yenkinson, 
35. B. Barnes, 36. A. Aufill, 37. M. Freitag, 38. F. Taft, 39. 8. 
Valvano, 40. R. Neiswender, 41. J. Glenn. 

Allegany D & E 





1. T. McClenahan, 2. R. Plinger, 3. P. Conway, 4. T. 
Horn, 5. D. Blankinship, 6. P. Callahan, 7. K. Kantor, 
8. S.Cohen, 9. B. Harvey, 10. B.Miller, 1 1. S. Vogelhut 
-Pres., 12. A. Baker, 13. J. Batzler, 14. L. Goldstein, 
15. B. Robbins, 16. E. Sandler, 17. L. VanDruff, 18. B. 
Tarontino, 19. J. Kram, 20. R. Javins, 21. F. Cardosi, 
22. D. Berman, 23. R. Langevin, 24. S. King, 25. M. 
Egnor, 26. H. Carolan, 27. R. Sandler, 28. T. Tan- 
GR, 29. J. Parkony, 30. J. Graham, 31. J. David, 32. A. 
Pappas, 33. A. VanHorn, 34. C. Ramsay, 35. J. Pomer- 
antz, 36. J. Fattibene, 37. G. Wilson, 38. B. Gallagher, 
39. R. Yetsko, 40. J. Marker, 41. L. Greenberg, 42. T. 
Dolan, 43. S. Levin, 44. B. Folk, 45. B. Neeland, 46. L. 
Taylor, 47. M. Schwartz, 48. J. Wildes, 49. P. Moor- 
cones, 50. J. Oles, 51 . R. Magaha, 52. D. Walder, 53. B. 
Goble, 54. M. Yerkes, 55. K. Chengarisdi, 56. D. Rash, 
57. J. Rabbin, 58. R. McClure, 59. R. Lefton, 60. L. 
Klein, 61. B. Bookotf, 62. J. Edelson, 63. S. Moscati, 
64. M. Klein, 65. E. Taylor. 




Annapolis 



Residences 473 




1. p. Feinsilver, 2. C. Cross, 3. G. Rodon-Pres. C, 4. M. Maher, 5. P. 
Taylor, 6. H. Highschool, 7. L. Polman-V.P. C, 8. D. Erb-Sec. C, 9. C. 
Bockert, 10. G. Albrent, 1 1. P. Feimster-Sec. N. 12. J. Conley, 13. H. 
Horner, 14. T. Somoras, 15. R. Smith, 16. G. Garrison, 17. R. Donzer, 
18. P. Fehrenboch, 19. J. O'Neill, 20. R. Cherry, 21 . P. McHenry, 22. M. 
VonNorden-Treas. C, 23. P. Axelrod, 24. S. Levy, 25. P. Boker, 26. J. 
Easter- Pres. N, 27. N. Ellyn, 28. M. Nelson, 29. C. Folley, 30. M. Jasik- 
nski, 31. R. Miller, 32. A. Tennoro, 33. S. Nevin, 34. R. Margret, 35. 
N. Simon, 36. C. Bayley, 37. B. Canham, 38. D. Panzer, 39. J. Dirkson, 
40. W. Lewis, 41. B. Reidy, 42. R. Shaffer, 43. J. Yingling, 44. C. Jowr- 
sky, 45. R. Eilbacker, 46. G. Ireland, 47. G. Abbott, 48. G. Davis, 49. K. 
Alvin, 50. T. Manger -Treas. N, 51. C. Young, 52. D. Parker, 53. P. 
Roub, 54. A. Lonkford, 55. T. Menekin, 56. C. Magin. 

Anne Arundel 




Baltimore 




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1. D. Wolff, 2. K. Myers, 3. S. Hyde, 4. P. Curry, 5. A. Gedelski, 6. S. 
Lavi/, 7. M. Gordon, 8. L. Morkridge, 9. F. Edelen, 10. P. Morris, 11. J. 
Morrow, 12. H. Fall, 13. A. Cody, 14. C. Hobleman, 15. J. Barber, 16. 
C. Holt, 17. T. Pierce-Soc. Chmn., 18. E. Grimes, 19. M. Fober, 20. T. 
LaMotte, 21. R. Davis -House Mother, 22. H. Yaffe-Sec, 23. M. Ho- 
gan-Treas., 24. C. Holeves-Pres., 25. T. Pierce-V.P., 26. S. McArtor, 
27. G. Schuler, 28. J. Caldwell, 29. S. Adorn, 30. J. Mintzer, 31. J. Wade, 
32. M. Harmon, 33. A. Stevens, 34. A. Baeje, 35. P. loconangelo, 36. D. 
Rosen, 37. R. Morineiio, 38. P. Abel, 39. J. Lacheen, 40. C. Bystrak, 41. 
B. Miller, 42. K. McMorrow, 43. J. MacMillan, 44. D. Glickman, 45. P. 
Pritchard, 46. M. Hormats, 47. N. Lewis, 48. J. Simonik, 49. M. Schmidt, 
50. L. Hinebaugh, 51. P. Gaumnitz, 52. C. Weisenberg, 53. M. Ordman, 
54. R. Chopin, 55. A. Levine, 56. C. Leshinsky, 57. A. Weber, 58. A. Ab- 
rahams, 59. D. Morris, 60. B. Moccioco, 61. L. Hormes, 62. D. Quillen, 
63. P. Collins, 64. C. Lochte, 65. J. Burns, 66. J. Bochenck, 67. T. Sathoff, 
68. H. Kresan, 69. J. Wilder, 70. S. Laudermilk. 




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1. B. Roberts, 2. R. Kaestner, 3. G, Eakin, 4. P. Smith, 5. B. Jones, 6. M. 
Morcellino, 7. D. Eakin, 8. D. Jayjock, 9. T. Ferrcro. 



Calvert A 




Calvert B 



1 . M. Weaver, 2. D. Jeffrey, 3. J. Doyle- V.P., 4. J. McElroy, 5. J. Goskill, 6. G. Thomas, 7. D. Zaforis, 8. D. Moloney, 
9. G. Vonporis, 10. S. Simcoe, 11. G. Ballmon, 12. A. Chomovitz, 13. M. Gelman-Treas., 14. R. Corbet, 15. J. 
Noonon, 16. M. Tomick, 17. J. Loudwein, 18. J. Elsby, 19. T. Tuluss-GR., 20. N. Ferri, 21. B. Sottler, 22. B. Stodd, 
23. W. Nairn -Sec, 24. A. El-Gomil-Pres., 25. L. Numkin, 26. M. Reich, 27. J. William, 28. R. Spudis, 29. W. Hollo- 
way, 30. C. Phillips, 31. W. Wolf, 32. E. Jones, 33. J. Honno, 34. C. Byrd, 35. K. Thomas, 36. H. Gurule, 37. R. 
Annas. 




Residences 475 




1. T. Hannon, 2. T. Findreng, 3. J. Habersat, 4. R. Mahaffey, 
5. D. Fornwald, 6. C. Konya, 7. B. Hand, 8. D. Cheslock, 9. J. 
Saxe, 10. B. Kaufman, 11. M. Deist, 12. S. Empie, 13. J. 
Dean, 14. W. Goho, 15. C. Greifzu, 16. B. Salsberg, 17. L. 
Fickus, 1 8. J. Thompson, 1 9. K. McKenna, 20. S. Boron, 21 . C. 
Dickman, 22. A. Reichert, 23. K. Zembower, 24. G. Jones, 
25. D. Young, 26. L. Levin, 27. J. Lowerence, 28. E. Samuels, 
29. H. Amonn, 30. S. Rynas. 



Calvert C 





Calvert D 



1. M. Joseph, 2. B. Gosque-Pres., 3. S. Kosin-V.P., 4. C. Selbo, 5. B. 
Maranto, 6. J. McKenney, 7. D. Kozdoy, 8. M. Lapidus, 9. J. Kavan- 
augh, 10. G. Monnier, 11. F. Lowery, 12. T. Ross, 13. T. Wong, 14. B. 
Parr, 15. D. Kaus, 16. J. Borbonel, 17. B. Jones, 18. E. Hansen, 19. J. 
Anderson, 20. J. Saxton, 21. R. Lee, 22. G. Miller, 23. P. Dean, 24. T. 
Musiker, 25. B. Fierstein, 26. J. Newirth, 27. D. Ziegenfuss, 28. J. 
Skruch, 29. B. Cole, 30. G. Walling, 31. W. Nawrocki, 32. M. Ellos, 33. 
B. Schanberger, 34. L. Lowson, 35. J. Berman, 36. R. Reigle. 



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B. Hewitt, L. Tyler, S. Yee, B. Zimmer, H. Gamble, R. Topper, D. Walsh, B. Waltz, D. Marcus, J. Sauder, M. Leahy, R. McKenny. 



Calvert E 




Caroline 



1 . J. Bebe, 2. S. Brown, 3. A. Piesher, 4. P. Jackson, 5. N. Sellner, 6. F. Appier, 
7. S. Stebbins, 8. D. Muse, 9. B. Fiala, 10. C. Jackson, 11. J. Baer, 12. B. Dan- 
enburg, 13. D. Hardesty, 14. C. Sothoren, 15. M. Gabor, 16. D. Fisher, 17. 
L. Love, 18. M. Cahoon, 19. H. Cohen, 20. E. Connolly, 21. S. Singer, 22. I. 
Brosnick, 23. R. Walsh, 24. S. Stebbins, 25. A. Odenhiemer-Treas., 26. 
Testudo, 27. S. Cannon -Sec, 28. P. Terrell, 29. M. Maguire, 30. C. Ebaugh, 
31 . P. Farrell, 32. S. Herons, 33. S. Soger, 34. J. Ebersberger, 35. M. Caplan, 
36. B. Stolker, 37. D. Wollen, 38. C. Page, 39. J. Carter, 40. L. Nardone, 41. T. 
McCarthy, 42. N. Hamilton, 43. M. Hand, 44. J. Hall, 45. A. Sachs, 46. L. Mc- 
Caig, 47. A. Farwell, 48. D. Nannie, 49. M. Earl, 50. L. Callahan, 51 . B. Rhodes, 
52. S. Feoga, 53. D. O'Connor, 54. J. Radin, 55. K. Naimo, 56. J. Yarlick, 57. 
B. Idol, 58. M. Bader. 




Carroll 





1. N. Hall, 2. C. Colias, 3. E. Woiiechawska, 4. M. Bellis, 5. J. Landau, 6. S. Stangil, 
7. B. Veigle, 8. C. Sammel, 9. M. Silverman, 10. S. Weise, 11. N. Hearn, 12. C. Erick- 
son, 13. D. Altland, 14. A. Kalvan, 15. L. Hanks, 16. L. Levin, 17. M. Hall, 18. A. Pon- 
telides, 19. J. Oakley, 20. C. Adier, 21. , 22. A. Baley, 23. L. Calagouri, 

24. G. Palmer, 25. J. Christner, 26. M. Kaifer, 27. C. Thibault, 28. D. Taylor, 29. M. 
Bagley, 30. P. Lane, 31. S. Ginsberg, 32. B. Levy, 33. S. McDonald, 34. S. Goggi, 
35. T. Sommer, 36. T. Albright, 37. B. Wirtz, 38. L. Eaton, 39. N. Purves, 40. B. Paris- 
ser, 41. S. Hallas, 42. M. Yopes, 43. L. Softer, 44. H. Needle, 45. B. Miller, 46. S. 
Gogi, 47. R. Hansen, 48. N. Imloy, 49. S. Moskovitz, 50. R. Jacobs, 51. S. Miller, 
52. J. Ebersole, 53. T. Ogleboy, 54. J. Tareiol, 55. L. Shilkirt, 56. A. Jacobs, 57. D. 
Block, 58. S. Geerlock, 59. S. Sandler, 60. L. Sondler, 61 L. Jacobs, 62. J. Kallman, 
63. N. Mcllvaine, 64. D. Awkward, 65. E. Levan-\/.P.,66. M. Seibert, 67. A. Doubee, 
68. C. Eckstein, 69. D. Fedder, 70. A. Deers, 71. L. Alcott, 72. S. Horowitz, 73. C. 
Blum, 74. A. Wilkens, 75. R. Snee, 76. G. Huebner, 77. C. Kirby, 78. B. Boronowski, 
79. H. Rodler, 80. M. Baker, 81. B. Banz, 82. C. Nash, 83. L. G'Donnell, 84. K. Mc- 
Gormly, 85. P. Beotty, 86. D. Bailey, 87. C. Gardner, 88. C. Burkhort, 89. K. Towson, 
90. S. Donz, 91 . D. Landis, 92. S. Modej, 93. D. Pepoli. 



Cecil 



478 Residences 



1. R. Twilley, 2. E. Ebel, 3. M. Vitacco, 4. F. Young, 5. 
J. Allan, 6. J. Cornfeld, 7. R. Baker, 8. L. Boer, 9. S. 
Kaplan, 10. C. Sherman, 11. S. Fields-Sec, 12. R. 
Kuklewicz, 13. M. Versel, 14. J. Carmichael, 15. R. 
Gamble, 1 6. R. Kaschok, 1 7. B. Wampler, 1 8. P. Nixon, 
19. P. McGaha, 20. N. Hoppe, 21. J. Davis, 22. T. 
McGonigle, 23. R. Carrion, 24. H. Feinberg, 25. R. 
Hammond, 26. A. Pashkowitz, 28. R. Morgon-V.P., 
29. B. Kennick, 30. H. Sfaab, 31 . L. Hinkle, 32. T. Tres- 
sler, 33. H. Stinefelt, 34. D. Shkor, 35. J. Whitelaw, 
36. J. Allan, 37. R. Austin, 38. G. Halsey, 39. R. Mul- 
key-Pres., 40. R. Forhood, 41. J. Depue, 42. W. Toy- 
man, 43. J. Garrity, 44. M. Elliott, 45. R. Baker, 46. M. 
Suarez, 47. S. Spencer. 










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1. B. Wall, 2. S. Gavey, 3. C. Maier, 4. G. Funkhouser, 5. J. Buckley, 6. C. 
Buckley, 7. S. Bewley, 8. T. Barilla, 9. Y. Anavil, 10. J. Coburn, 1 1 . W. Faroar, 
)2. L. Kottridge, 13. D. Lindsay, 14. J. Knight, 15. B. Havlicsek, 16. B. Tymiuk, 
1 7. B. Gehlson, 18. Z. Abdalla, 19. S. Newhouse, 20. S. Patt, 21 . J. Davis, 22. J. 
Allen, 23. J. Oliver, 24. D. Bolestra, 25. J. McMahon, 26. J. Reed, 27. T. 
Pendl, 28. A. Viterito. 



Charles Center 





Charles South 



1. President Elkins, 2. B. Fannon-GR, 3. D. Dunlap, 4. T. Marr, 5. C. Ellison, 
6. F. Vogelhut, 7. D. Skinker, 8. B. Feldmon, 9. G. LaRue, 1 0. W. Foster, 1 1 . M. 
Berger, 12. S. Hanle, 13. N. Nilan, 14. J. Crecca, 15. C. Case, 16. A. Thomas, 
17. R. Davis, 18. T. Caruso, 19. T. Garey, 20. T. Paulos, 21. J. Johnson, 22. R. 
Ottone, 23. C. Roberts, 24. B. Molayem, 25. J. Densford, 26. H. Becker, 27. M. 
Allison, 28. T. Theis, 29. A. Lipkey, 30. D. Burch, 31 . R. Vogel, 32. R. Rinehart, 
33. D. Ward, 34. S. Harty. 




1 . D. Reeder, 2. M. Dunlap, 3. J. Ellis, 4. T. Eng- 
wall-Pres., 5. S. Younker, 6. B. Graefe, 7. T. 
Feldman, 8. C. Owley-Treas., 9. R. Kelly, 10. K. 
Chambers, 11. B. Wilson, 12. V. MocSorley, 
13. D. Carter, 14. J. Sottel, 15. A. McCray, 
16. B. Raymon, 17. W. Thomas, 18. R. Baldwin, 
19. J. Rolles, 20. R. McKoy, 21. W. Anderson, 
22. R. Tingler, 23. M. Henna, 24. J. Williams, 
25. D. Wobel, 26. D. Duncan-V.P., 27. C. 
Balint, 28. C. Alsop, 29. L. Warfield, 30. D. 
Johnson. 




Charles West 



Dorchester 




1. N. Edwards, 2. E. Zulver, 3. P. Peridier, 4. N. Lewis, 5. J. Fischer, 6. S. Geyer- 
Pres., 7. C. Baumann-V.P., 8. R. Martin, 9. M. Gold, 10. M. Kurek, 11. J. 
Teslenko, 12. A. Hosko, 13. L. Woo, 14. N. Bienia, 15. J. Kotun, 16. K. Flynn, 
17. M. Schaller, 18. S. Terry, 19. A. Gold, 20. P. Bernschein, 21. I. Slutsky, 22. 
P. Basgier, 23. S. Ressler, 24. C. Delbosco, 25. M. McCollum, 26. A. Kraszew- 
ski, 27. B. Arenberg, 28. H. Shurkien, 29. M. Marcus, 30. B. Feller, 31 . C. Flynn, 
32. P. Hiscox, 33. L. Marshall, 34. S. Lane, 35. S. Feit, 36. R. Friedlander, 37. G. 
Adier, 38. J. Ostrovsky, 39. J. Barnes, 40. L. Throckmorton, 41. C. Leach, 42. 
R. Newman, 43. B. Kemp, 44. K. Tougjas, 45. M. Lason, 46. M. Shonklin, 47. S. 
Motz, 48. S. Aholt, 49. D. Deteding, 50. C. Bryant, 51. J. Katz, 52. J. Yeager, 
53. S. Venuti, 54. C. Cervenko, 55. E. Hopper, 56. C. Annas, 57. D. Cohen, 
58. .S. Schwalm, 59. S. Dashoff, 60. L. Kleinwachter, 61. R. Millstone, 62. L. 
Louie, 63. K. Greenberg, 64. E. Johnson, 65. R. Horowitz, 66. M. Ware, 67. A. 
Hershey, 68. H. Scheinberg, 69. S. Brott, 70. R. Schnider, 71. J. Borinsky, 72. 
A. Hauf, 73. C. Friednfjon. 



Frederick 




1. D. Pickett, 2. D. Amey-RA., 3. T. Bell, 4. C. Medani, 5. D. McVeigh, 6. E 
Maddox, 7. R. Chmielewski, 8. L. Lehmann-V.P., 9. W. Schickler, 10. M, 
Straus, 11. E. Rolnick, 12. G. Gellenthin, 13. Z. Heyman-Pres., M.M.Ad- 
dis, 15. B. Lewis, 16. K. Diehn, 17. E. DeRosa, 18. M. Seglinski, 19. G. Mc- 
Laughlin, 20. J. DeBeer, 21. P. Kaplan-Sec, 22. A. Duncan, 23. P. Cretis 
24. S. Angel, 25. J. Blair, 26. J. Simpson-GR., 27. D. Ries-Treas., 28. K 
Northrup, 29. P. Celluzzi, 30. A. Smith, 31. R. English, 32. C. Fatzinger 
33. R. Kaye, 34. P. Richards, 35. M. Ward, 36. M. Cardwell, 37. P. Ciotta 
38. E. Dubor, 39. M. Taylor, 40. T. Hudson, 41. M, Perzinski, 42. J. Mark, 
43. M. Funkhouser, 44. M. Cohen, 45. D. Davidson, 46. J. Berger, 47. B 
Joule, 48. S. Vern, 49. C. Savage, 50. E. Kaminski, 51 . F. Pelz, 52. M. Shear 
er, 53. T. Meerholz, 54. W. Hill, 55. S. Cullen, 56. D. Hickman, 57. M. Gentry, 




1. C. McShane, 2. P. Claffy, 3. J. Bouffard-Pres., 4. P. Harding, 5. W. 
Miller, 6. J. Cane-V.P., 7. D. Metcalffe, 8. D. Blazer, 9. J. Leventhal, 10. 
G. Petaski, 11. B. Gerber, 12. W. Chinlund, 13. J. Warren, 14. R. Harms, 
15. 0. McDaniel, 16. P. Glaize, 17, R, Soltis, 18. D. Peterman, 19. D. Tied- 
man, 20. H. Gershman, 21. E. Warfield, 22. D. Medin, 23. W. Harper, 24. 
R. Danier, 25. B. Riess, 26. M. Billinslea, 27. M. Milliker, 28. R. Shocket, 
29. L. Churchville, 30. D. Osher, 31. B. Irwin, 32. C. Davis, 33. J. Silver- 
berg, 34. D. Anglemeyer, 35. F. Reno, 36. M. Eshleman, 37. J. Warren, 
38. D. Mackenzie, 39. , 40. C. Kline, 41 . R. Micklos, 42. E. Dieck- 

man, 43. B. Bitkouer, 44. R. Roby, 45. H. Livingston, 46. J. Montgomery, 
47. G. Kaplan, 48. V. Keaveney, 49. M. Lears, 50. J. Wickenfield, 51. P. 
McCabe, 52. J. Fisher, 53. J. Supplee, 54. D. Chitwood, 55. J. Tinney, 
56. B. Finestone, 57. Z. Keeper, 58. S. Shuster, 59. R. Ward, 60. F. Apple- 
quist, 61. L. Zucker, 62. D. Thropp, 63. J. Finglass, 64. B. Smajda, 65. D. 
Leotherwood, 66. R. Shope, 67. D. Ketcham, 68. L. Keyser, 69. R. Smith, 
70. C. Gribaudo, 71. R. Sanford, 72. M. Keenan. 




Residences 481 



«# I 



1 . J. Fitzgerald, 2. G. Clark, 3. F. Harris, 4. R. Singleton, 5. R. Morgan, 6. W. Beal, 7. 
B. Liston, 8. J. Skorobatch, 9. B. Tyler, 10. M. Clampitt, 1 1. J. Famous, 12. M. Kelley, 
13. D. Parker, 14. L. Sconlon, 15. I. Pollock, 16. L. Mellinger, 17. B. Singer, 18. J. 
Swift, 19. C. Gettier, 20. A. Argobright, 21. R. Tiedeman, 22. B. Bochenek, 23. M. 
Peters, 24. R. Clee, 25. M. Ettinger, 26. D. Church, 27. L. Bohr, 28. C. Milanicz, 29. 
,30. ,31. J. Blumenthal, 32. , 33. K. Laurant, 34. M. 

Nork, 35. , 36. J. Tolson, 37. , 38. B. Thomas, 39. M. Perry, 40. 

D. Miller, 41. R. Webb, 42. S. Mohatanakoon, 43. J. Pollack, 44. B. Rose, 45. D. Phil- 
brick, 46. G. Coates, 47. , 48. W. Mellchaze, 49. J. Petrowchak, 50. C. 
Wotsky, 51 . T. Kaepps, 52. R. Ebson, 53. G. Fischer, 54. J. Martin, 55. A. Press, 56. B. 
Ruh, 57. M. Dietchman, 58. S. Scheinbaum, 59. B. Colbert, 60. T. Smith, 61. T. 
Thompson, 62. M. Johnson, 63. J. Clark, 64. M. Burke, 65. B. Hibbert, 66. M. Burkey, 
67. G. Ebner, 68. G. Watson, 69. M. Sniegowski, 70. J. Scherlis, 71 . J. Martin, 72. J. 
Rice, 73. J. Deweroff, 74. D. Curley, 75. P. Mondel, 76. L. Smith, 77. B. Arenge, 78. 
B. Morris, 79. T. Hill, 80. R. Tieman, 81. C. Sherf, 82. R. Mellion, 83. E. Harris, 84. 
P. Bolton, 85. B. Clowser, 86. A. Manzlik. 



Harford 



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Howard 



1. T. Sherald-Sec, 2. T. Duncan-V.P., 
3. T. Getz-Pres., 4. M. Kowolski- 
Treas., 5. R. Gilbert, 6. J. Boss, 7. D. 
Wilhelm, 8. A. Frett, 9. M. Sobotka, 
10. F. Jacoby, 11. D. Gillivan, 12. D. 
Bryan, 13. M. Metzenoff, 14. G. Wil- 
liamson, 15. A. Kelly, 16. R. Clark, 1 7. G. 
Toner, 18. R. Dutrow, 19. J. Dickerson, 
20. S. Humack, 21. P. Schimberg, 22. C. 
Hudson, 23. R. Weber, 24. P. Ramondt, 
25. C. Goeke, 26. C. Flook, 27. J. Cianos, 
28. T. Rice, 29. K. Stokes, 30. T. Burton 
-GR., 31. M. McManus, 32. A. Exner, 
33. R. Gilbert, 34. R. Fleetwood, 35. W. 
Tolbert, 36. M. McAbee, 37. K. Ariko- 
lu, 38. C. Martinez, 39. A. Lee. 



^'f\£k^, 






1. R. Pilling, 2. J. Linebaugh - V.P., 3. S. Dansicker- Pres., 4. B. Minster, 5. B. Barnes, 6. L. 
Grimm-Treas., 7. R. Bastek, 8. T. Brooks, 9. R. McDoniel, 10. J. Hoesch, 1 1. A. Sommerfield, 
12. T. Cooper, 13. J. Erdman, 14. L. Stein, 15. , 16. E. Messer, 17. B. Loucks, 18. F. 

Dryden, 19. B. Smith, 20. J. Boyd, 21. B. Mason, 22. T. Deren, 23. K. Schmidt, 24. D. Ginsberg, 
25. S. Lenhort, 26. R. Ginnett, 27. B. Milner, 28. M. Dennis, 29. K. Iserson, 30. M. Chopin, 31 . J. 
Pcper-GR., 32. M. Clayton, 33. L. Phillips, 34. R. Schwarting, 35. B. Buwalda, 36. R. Joseph. 



Kent 




Montgomery Center 

1. C. Strobel, 2. F. Symons-Pres., 3. M. Kiseilewski-V.P., 4. K. Vice-Trees., 5. D. Pietron- 
tonio, 6. S. Green, 7. E. Lohr, 8. M. Weber, 9. D. Levin, 10. M.Torres, 11. B. Isard, 12. R. Kip- 
per, 13. J. Mellow-GR, 14. K. Schroeder, 15. J. Mambretti, 16. S. Brill, 17. K. Dyer, 18. B. 
Allen, 19. J. Jameson, 20. D. Etelson, 21. Mrs. Carlson -Housemother, 22. E. Yoffe, 23. L. 
Speert, 24. J. Loberg, 25. C. Peltz, 26. S. Skillings, 27. L. Payne, 28. C. Lynn, 29. D. Dimenstein, 
30. J. Watson, 31. P. Reed, 32. B. Reese, 33. E. Schneider, 34. E. Hendrix, 35. J. Tolley, 36. G. 
Bowler, 37. L. Murray, 38. J. Swortz, 39. R. Outman, 40. I. Fox, 41 . A. Beckwith, 42. K. Burle- 
son, 43. M. Dowden, 44. R. Peterman, 45. C. Maladry. 





Residences 483 




I. S. Hayes, 2, S. Reddan, 3. K. Brink, 4. M. Ruck, 5. B. Koosin, 6. T. 
Schwartz, 7. L. Kennedy, 8. M. Blum, 9. D. Hermann, 10. J. Benidect, 

II, B. Schuder, 12. P. Peternell, 13. F. Roberts, 14. R. Turtz, 15. M. 
Britt, 1 6. V. Goedderz, 1 7. S. Cleelock, 1 8. J. Leissner, 1 9. B. Schwartz, 
20. V. Norman, 21. K. Duvall, 22. L. Levin, 23. A- Roberts, 24. B. Fein- 
glass, 25. E. De Coursey, 26. P. Dick, 27. , 28. T. King, 29. L 
Towles, 30. S. Fungoid, 31. M. Speiden, 32. M. Rebins, 33. J. JodI, 
34. B. Benedict, 35. J. Thebaud, 36. L. Shurman, 37. B. Cluavetti, 38. T. 
Rosenberger, 39. L. Hinch, 40. M. Lewis, 41. C. Mecklos, 42. W. Chin, 
43. S.Philips, 44. K.Grigg. 

Montgomery East 





Montgomery West 

1. D. Levine, 2. P. Marshall, 3. S. Spiegel, 4. G. Angster, 5. J. Tremmel, 6. B. 
Yelton, 7. D. Brooks, 8. L. Schuster, 9. E. Robertson, 10. C. Makowskie, U.S. 
Holdsworth, 12. M. Woorman, 13. B. Lerner, 14. C. Lutz, 15. A. Allnut, 16. S. 
Saperstein, 17. L. Nolly, 18. Z. Peterson, 19. N. Braden, 20. J. Herr, 21. F. 
Haffner, 22. M. Cator, 23. L. Hertzlick, 24. S. Drexler, 25. L. Kirby, 26. J. Bay, 
27. N. Leonberger, 28. M. Weidhaas, 29. M. Mirmon, 30. K. Herreiko, 31. N. 
Woltz, 32. C.Schwartz, 33. S. Geurtler, 34. D. Paulos, 35. D. Kaufmonn, 36. D. 
Miller, 37. R. Webster, 38. K. Binstock, 39. H. Fall, 40. S. Winsted. 



484 Residences 





Prince 
George's 



1. G. Weikel, 2. K. Wortman, 3. M. Derr, 4. T. Lenker, 5. J. Schminsky, 6. P. Phillips, 7. G. Stevens, 
8. H. Lanham, 9. J. Dubsky, 10. L.Courtney, H. P. Bauerle, 12. D. Sparks, 13. M. Mendis, 14. K.Mil- 
ler, 15. M. Rennie, 16. K. Zochman, 17. M. Klein, 18. S. Hinton, 19. M. Shomper, 20. W. Turnier, 
21. B. Hauser, 22. H. Hoff acker, 23. R. Spangenberg, 24. P. Dreifuss, 25. J. Estep, 26. R. Giza, 27. H. 
Stewart, 28. R. Kemper, 29. T. Arnold, 30. G. Picklo, 31 . R. Mattison, 32. S. Cluck, 33. P. Lopera. 



Queen Anne's 




1. C. Di Cio, 2. S. Hessler, 3. E. Hand, 4. P. Kirby, 5. A. Bennett, 6. D. Siegel, 7. E. 
Schooler, 8. B. DeBaugh, 9. M. Gardner, 10. J. Bonebroke, 11. M. Gregg, 12. S. 
Plante, 13. B. Kirker, 14. C. Hoffman, 15. S. Doner, 16. D. Pullen, 17. L. Brooks, 18. 
N. Darnell, 19. M. Wall, 20. L. Holzman, 21. V. Dahl, 22. E. Ryorzewski, 23. W. Rob- 
inson, 24. J. Berg, 25. B. Spurgin, 26. C. Corbin, 27. C. Martin, 28. B. Simmons, 29. C. 
Kirk, 30. A. Dorn, 31. S. Robinson, 32. R. Cohen, 33. D. Reed, 34. I. London, 35. L. 
Schubert, 36. H. Bennett, 37. S. London, 38. L. Grady, 39. J. Polan, 40. F. Landman, 
41 . D. Spurling, 42. D. Miller, 43. L. Mitchell, 44. G. Chow, 45. M. Schwartz, 46. J. 
Miller, 47. R. Gould, 48. L. Laycock, 49. E. Wrightson, 50. D. Winkler, 51. M. Lee, 
52. K. Scott, 53. P. Paul, 54. S. Spector, 55. G. Sherman, 56. D. Kilmore, 57. E. Gold- 
berg, 58. J. Wilson-V.P., 59. M. Poiek, 60. J. Schworz, 61. P. Mullinix, 62. K. Goff- 
ney-GA, 63. B. Martin, 64. D. Doubet, 65. J. Schwartz, 66. P. Brooks, 67. K. Gross- 
miller, 68. S. Meiselman, 69. G. Rode, 70. K. Henck, 71. I. Freed, 72. B. Braunstein, 
73. J. Sprei, 74. J. Young, 75. L. Schwarz, 76. L. Gross, 77. J. Dicker, 78. A. Robbins, 
79. M. Ross, 80. A. Domonico, 81. S. Miller, 82. J. Holljes, 83. C. Noe, 84. C. Davis, 
85. S. Melonakis, 86. M. Davis. 



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I . C. Quass, 2. B. Sutherland, 3. K. Kline, 4. J. Iverson, 5. S. Sealover, 6. R. LaunI 7 B 
Hoffman, 8. S. Handwerger, 9. L. Lerner, 10. A. Kolman, 11. L. Herbst, 12. L. Brant 13 
M. Slowik, 14. B. Keinzler, 15. S. Macroe, 16. H. Losin, 17. K. McCullough 18 G 
Libin, 19. D. Austin, 20. B. Cokinos, 21. K. Hallengren, 22. J. Stahl, 23. S Melnicov 
24. J. Walsh, 25. H. Larn, 26. M. Englebrecht, 27. K. Wilson, 28. 8. Blackhurst 29 
30. N. Dorn, 31. J. Orr, 32. C. Smith, 33. D. Fritz, 34. B. Beasley, 35. D. Martin 36 D 
Fuller, 37. D. Williams, 38. B. Delibera, 39. S. Katz, 40. N. Freedman, 41. F. Hill, 42. E. 
Gilbert-Sec, 43. P. Upp-GR, 44. B. Brown, 45. K. Gorak, 46. L. Hart 47 L Hinkle 
48. B. Milker-VP., 49. S. Gilbert, 50. G. Weinstein, 51. P. Fulton, 52. B. Eveleigh, 53. D.' 
Diemer, 54. J. Seawright, 55. B. Ratliff, 56. P. McCoy, 57. S. Rushlow, 58. D Corvelli 
59. B. Day- Pres., 60. L. Gordon, 61 . K. Erdeljon, 62. J. Ditlow, 63. 



Somerset 




St. Mary's 



1. M. Smith-Pres., 2. E. Kohn, 3. M. Cox, 4. A. Owings-Treas., 5. L. Sine-Soc. Ch., 
6. S. Seibert, 7. P. Frazier, 8. D. Olson, 9. J. Snyder, 10. D. Habicht, 1 1. J. Bergner, 12. m! 
Heyman, 13. M. Greenberg, 14. B. Rogers, 15. , 16. P. Roblyer, 17. D. Gibson, 

18. E. Ozur, 19. E. Cleimon, 20. B. Frey, 21. P. Downer, 22. M. Kiyongo, 23. L. Porten! 
24. F. Martyn, 25. M. Brown, 26. J. Merriam, 27. L. Rocklin, 28. K. Loden, 29. P. Free- 
man, 30. M. Brown, 31. N. Parsons, 32. G. Klimek, 33. H. Barnes, 34. J. Clark, 35. L. 
Rowney, 36. G. Lieu, 37. M. Brookman, 38. E. Lang, 39. L. Stambler, 40. N. Hibbard, 
41. C. Butterfield, 42. P. Scaduto, 43. M. Golibart, 44. C. Glendenning, 45. M. Stam- 
baugh, 46. L. Moore, 47. T. Cymbalo, 48. R. Malpasso, 49. M. Scott, 50. B. Rephonn 
51 . J. Higby, 52. J. Fribush, 53. C. Dovey, 54. D. Weist, 55. M. Debinski, 56. J. Donelson! 
57. L. Rosen, 58. D. Coleman, 59. J. Denton, 60. C. Kopeck, 61. A. Mathews, 62. S. 
Freitas, 63. S. Eggleston, 64. J. Brown, 65. C. Martin, 66. K. Roese, 67. N. Sebekos. 



486 Residences 





1 . p. Hearn, 2. G. Haynes, 3. T. Robinson, 4. T. Thompson, 5. H. Hess, 6. R. Jeffer- 
son, 7. J. DeBoy-Pres., 8. G. Bowden, 9. A. Mohegan-Sec, 10. M. Cone- 
Treas., 1 1. J, Roberts, 12. M. Cahill, 13. W. Speith, 14. F. Mendoza, 15. E. Draw- 
bough, 16. M. Swomley, 17. D. Otter, 18. J. Tullner, 19. B. Cramer, 20. R. Wilken- 
son, 21. G. Roepke, 22. R. PechuNs, 23. M. Roffer, 24. R. Palazzo, 25. B. Spewok, 
26. J. McMahon-GR, 27. D. C'Jiic, 28. S. Breitenboch, 29. J. Schonfeld, 30. M. 
Albro, 31.S. Engel-V.P. 



Talbot 





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Washington G & H 

I. C. Gable-Sec, 2. R. Eorle, 3. C. Brenton, 4. P. Cat,5. F. Szczerbicki, 
6. F. Gelfeld, 7. B. Einhorn-GR, 8. J. Grillo, 9. R. Welch, 10. T. Groves, 

I I . B. Fox, 1 2. J. Levin, 1 3. R. Moore, 1 4. H. Spielmon, 1 5. D. Rhodes, 
16. E.Jacques, 17. T. Wolfe -Pres., 18. R. Heasty, 19. D. Pincus, 20. T. 
Stemmer, 21. R. Tonner, 22. A. Latterner, 23. R. Daniels, 24. B. Brod- 
owski, 25. G. Morris, 26. D. Short, 27. R. Humphreys, 28. M. Jaskulski, 
29. F. Cathell, 30. B. Moore, 31. H. Menke, 32. R. Brown, 33. L. Gon- 
nello. 

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I EH 

in 



XJ 



1. C. Staines, 2. T. Stock, 3. D. Hortzell, 4. D. Reese, 
5. D. Swenton, 6. B. Cooper, 7. M. Meier, 8. B. Var- 
ody, 9, R. Jandorf, 10. B. Lee, 11. J. Newman, 12. 
I. Miller, 13. D. Taminini-Treas., 14. B. Broda, 15. 
S. Branning- Pres., 16. A. Gerson. 




Washington I 



Washington 
J and K 




1. J. Payne- Pres., 2. K. Hertag, 3. J. Ro- 
mine, 4. P. Nelson, 5. L. Cox, 6. J. Thomp- 
son, 7. H. Cox, 8. B. Weinstein, 9. R. Day, 
10. C. Hill, 11. T. Goebeler, 12. C. Kuhn, 
13. B.Coupal, 14. D. Hooton, 15. S.Metzner, 
16. R. Ferranti, 17. J. Weedon, 18. R. Gar- 
rigan-Sec, 19. G. Hoke, 20. J. Lewis, 21. 
M. Reagen, 22. G. Mulligan, 23. T. Volis, 
24. J. Layton-V.P., 25. B. Irwin, 26. L. 
Lessue, 27. M. Schuweiler, 28. B. Hatha- 
way, 29. T. Heyse. 




488 Residences 



I . A. Staples, 2. F. Hoffman, 3. G. Greenberg, 4. C. Torsell, 5. R. Hurwitz, 6. 
P. Bennett, 7. L. Gregory, 8. D. Kemiesciak, 9. S. Richardson, 10. J. LeBlonc, 

I I. R. Bronstein, 12. K. Duggan, 13. S. Almack, 14. M. Lester, 15. S. Bruce, 
16. S. Fisseli, 17. J. Thompson, 18. S. DuBrow, 19. B. Matysek, 20. C. 
Edwards, 21. T. O'Rourke, 22. R. Globermonn, 23. J. Colerick, 24. A. Davis, 
25. M. Bernard, 26. S. Buscher, 27. L. Dorsey, 28. D. Light, 29. K. Greisman, 
30. S. Greene, 31. S. Wellner, 32. R. Dubin, 33. A. Light, 34. L. Posner, 35. 
J. Highto, 36. B. Friedlander, 37. L. Rodgner, 38. G. Rollins, 39. F. Potts, 40. 
I. Klein, 41. S. Drummer, 42. J. Fribosh, 43. D. Metz, 44. H. Starr, 45. 5. 
Seidman, 46. J. Portney, 47. D. Ronninger, 48. V. Maiorana, 49. B. Thomp- 
son, 50. N. Scheneman, 51. G. Metz, 52. S. Klein, 53. N. Possident, 54. J. 
Bort, 55. 5. Heinde, 56. H. Friedman, 57. M. Smith, 58. D. Duff, 59. N. 
Young, 60. F. Werkheisser, 61. G. Vargo, 62. J. Naylor, 63. L. Fuller, 64. 
M. Hill, 65. T. Brown, 66. L. Wheeler, 67. B. Collick. 68. S. Trice, 69. A. 
Mason, 70. E. Berry, 71. J. Collins, 72. J. Hewitt, 73. G. Fried, 74. D. Grieg, 
75. R. Hall, 76. M. Betts, 77. B. Taylor, 78. M. Hansborough, 79. J. Seifert, 
80. G. Giles, 81 . A. Richardson, 82. J. Mentzer, 83. P. Zienter, 84. N. Welsh, 
85. B. Case, 86. L. Crow, 87, B. Hughes, 88. G. Rogers, 89. R. Brown, 90. C. 
Sheffy-Pres.,91. F. Head. 





Wicomico 



Worcester 



1. p. Jennings, 2. J. Alvert, 3. S. Jacoby, 4. K. Harbour, 5. M. Povlishock, 
6. S. Stevens -Treas., 7. L. Bernstein-Sec, 8. K. West, 9. C. Pratt-Soc. 
Chmn., 10. J. Ralph-V.P., 11. P. Kelley-Pres., 12. B. Griffith, 13. C. 
Friemon, 14. H. Seligmann, 15. S. Liplewsky, 16. V. Himes, 17. R. Lep- 
hordt, 1 8. L. Clayton, 1 9. K. Franck, 20. K. Bruns, 21 . E. Grey, 22. E. Mager, 
23. L. Meyers, 24. J. Whitmer, 25. P. Orr, 26. C. Weinstein, 27. S. Gosnell, 
28. P. Srisawangwot, 29. J. Zavoyno, 30. P. Henderson, 31. S. Koppel- 
mann, 32. C. Reisinger, 33. M. Diamond, 34. S. Derr, 35. R. Wolfe, 36. E. 
Yang, 37. L. Stambach, 38. L. Wagamon, 39. R. Etelson, 40. P. Owens, 
41. R. Meyers, 42. B. Kasnetz, 43. R. Williams, 44. M. Cole, 45. J. Wil- 
liams, 46. S. Seiden, 47. B. Shapiro, 48. F. Neumann, 49. I. McCouley, 50. 
J. Aucremanne, 51 . R. Confino, 52. J. Melvin, 53. L. Horowitz, 54. M. Yus- 
pa, 55. T. Rice, 56. S. Barrow, 57. L. Altshuler, 58. G. Gilleas, 59. R. Mon- 
cure, 60. S. Conner, 61. S. Dunham, 62. A. Powell, 63. J. Bershow, 64. F. 
Deland, 65. R. Kerrick, 66. C. Aud, 67. D. Yingling, 68. J. Morley, 69. E. 
Kniedler, 70. P. Palmer, 71. S. Seiden, 72. M. Davies, 73. J. Bruner, 74. 
A. Stavro, 75. N. Watts, 76. S. Clarke, 77. N. Shehab, 78. B. Goodman, 
79. B. Bers, 80. S. Michael, 81 . E. Garfield, 82. S. Shorobsky, 83. R. Sachs, 
84. K. Mayer, 85. J. Jacobson, 86. K. Ault, 87. B. Tobin, 88. M. Pleet, 
89. B. Amidon, 90. 1. Underwood. 




Mobile Area Council 



Paul McLean President 

Doug Pettie Treasurer 

Williaoi Rogers Secretary 



Mitch Broumbarg 
Lorry Faulkner 
Al Musselman 
Dave Purdum 
Rufus Vernier 
Gary Woodward 




490 Residences 



THE MOBILE UNITS 



The Mobile Units-a cheerful euphemism 
for the trailers east of Route 1 soon to be 
leaving the campus scene. This area's 
phase out began two years ago when 
Damascus Hall-the notorious "cardboard 
castle" -was evacuated. Despite the urg- 
ings of the RHA and the administration, the 
men are sad to see the end in sight. It's true 
that the "crackerboxes" ore unsightly and 
inefficient. But something transcends this. 
Spirit. Unity. Sixty one trailers-sixty one 
islands of mirth and merriment-one hun- 
dred and twenty "suites". Four guys instead 
of sixty. One-to-one relationships. 

There's a novelty in trailer life. Like the 
maids. Who else on campus comes in after a 
long day of classes to find one of Mary- 
land's crack domestic workers enthroned 
in the bathroom or in the rack, cutting a few 
Z's? Or take the simple matter of a phone 
call. Who else has to get dressed and run 
out in the rain to answer a wrong number? 
This arrangement can be a nuisance-but 
it also offers privacy -a commodity some- 
times lacking in the dorms. 

Some critics have gone so far to label the 
trailers "dumps". But even this condition 
has its advantages. The male beast is able 
to put his building instinct to work. Varnish- 
ing, painting, designing, and restoring are a 
part of everyday living. Lounges are being 
redecorated and a barbecue pit is being 
built. 

Yes-the trailers will soon be gone . 
and we will miss them. 








Residences 491 



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1. M. Cavanaugh, 2. R. Hirsh, 3. R. Foy, 4. W. Swyka, 5. A. Guarino, 6. 
D. Appleby, 7. H. Shoenn, 8. D. Purnell, 9. G. Storms, 10. N. Body, 11. D. 
Pritzker, 12. J. Harris, 13. B. Rossi, 14. R. Winner, 15. L. Stermer, 16. A. 
Person, 17. A. Boy, 18. S. Garleski, 19. S. Steiner, 20. J. Bruno, 21. C. 
Lingus, 22. R. Cullen, 23. J. Allen, 24. J. Strauss, 25. D. Eckman, 26. I. 
Winebrenner, 27. B. Musick, 28. B. Schmidt, 29. R. Vernier, 30. R. Thorn- 
ton, 31. G. Minorik, 32. Y. Diner, 33. A. Bermarik, 34. L. Baum, 35. E. 
Kim, 36. W. Thawley, 37. R. Hrabec, 38. B. Brown, 39. L. Stroub, 40. I. 
Fuchs, 41. P. Marshall, 42. G. Brown, 43. R. Alter, 44. H. Strahorn, 45. 
J. Wilson, 46. L. Lamotte, 47. P. Massey, 48. F. Mauric, 49. R. Brown, 
50. D. Duck, 51 . M. Schlag, 52. L. Graef, 53. J. Geer, 54. W. Stever, 55. W. 
Buczer, 56. D. Bennett, 57. M. Haviland, 58. R. Monks, 59. C. Ross, 60. 
D. Still, 61. L. Clayton, 62. A. Burgoon, 63. L. Mowry, 64. M. Jackson, 
65. N. London, 66. N. Sheridan, 67. R. Harrison, 68. N. Stein, 69. A. Swartz, 
70. S. Cozzi, 71. C. Ross, 72. B. Callagan, 73. H. Buchanan, 74. W. Moss, 
75. P. Folk, 76. C. Naudon, 77. Surfboard. 



Antietam 



Belvedere 




58 62 64 




1 . M. Bader, 2. D. Smith, 3. D. Puslisi, 4. T. A. Piatt, 5. E. Bers, 6. F. Fenster- 
maker, 7. D. Pusey, 8. T. Dixon, 9. D. Hunt, 10. L. Blonder, 1 1. H. Forman, 
12. C. Ruley, 13. L. Galezynski, 14. G. Perez, 15. C. Swears, GR., 16. U. 
Raysie, 17. M. Braumbart-Soc. Chrm., 18. B. Fawcett, 19. D. Leon, 20. G. 
Hungerford, 21. J. Hall-Sec, 22. R. Sydnor, 23. R. Pye-Pres., 24. R. So- 
dono, 25. S. Kresan, 26. R. Stead, 27. W. Wenser, 28. W. Cunninghom-Soc. 
Chrm., 29. J. Corrado, 30. G. Hasopian, 31. K. Meyers, 32. C. Lopez, 33. S. 
Riodan, 34. R. Leach, 35. B. Levin, 36. R. Winter, 37. A. Musselman - Pres., 
38. R. Nast, 39. J. Suprock, 40. K. Quimby, 41. K. Cox, 42. D. Messino, 43. 
H. Weinstein, 44. W. Teppis, 45. D. Leet, 46. D. McCurley, 47. J. Cohen, 
48. G. Slocum, GR, 49. M. Pruett, 50. J. DePhillps, 51. P. Hoys, 52. K. Lieb- 
ertini, 53. R. Sands, 54. R. Gross, 55. R. McNab-V. P., 56. P. Fleming, 
57. M. Lyerly, 58. J. Shelton, 59. R. Williams, 60. L. Gowland, 61. R. Pat- 
terson, 62. W. Brown, RA, 63. D. Kutzer. 




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1. p. Engel, 2. D. Wright, 3. R. Anderson, 4. G. Sarbocher, 5. C. Listner, 
6. A. Sweeney -R. A., 7. K. Sylvester, 8. J. Molino, 9. R. Parker, 10. J. 
Martin, 1 1. T. Schael<el, 12. J. Weiss, 13. L. Randall, 14. D. Monves, 15. R. 
McAllister, 16. P. McLean -Pres., 17. W. Olsen-Sec, 18. N.Smith, 19. N. 
Willner, 20 G. Woodward-V.P., 21. C. Winslow, 22. J. Jacobs, 23. G. 
Norris, 24. G. Albert, 25. E. Patterson, 26. A. Windsor, 27. D. Saul. 



Catoctin A 




Catoctin B 



1. D. Purdum-Pres.,2. D. Bauer, 3. D. Fair, 4. D. Van Nostrand, 5. D. Kozlovsky-V.P., 6. A. Braitmon, 7. R. Dres- 
sell, 8. F. Koontz-GR., 9. S. Perkins, 10. J. Holte, 11. R. Hutchinson, 12. R. Huston, 13. B. Yates, 14. J. Sank, 
15. R. Hall-Treas., 16. S. Gleason-RA., 17. J. Ottenberg, 18. C. Murrey, 19. B. Ritter, 20. J. Tessier, 21. M. 
Toomb, 22. C. Weeks, 23. B. Sommerwerck, 24. S. Harris, 25. R. Kenney, 26. J. Zont, 27. R. Day, 28. M. Reiff 
29. 1. Sugar, 30. F. Lipphord, 31 . M. Zimmerman, 32. J. Hoyden, 33. 1. Harris. 




Residences 493 



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Seated: R. Wampler, M. Hanna, B. Powers, H. Spielmon. Standing: G. Rickey, J. Jones, sec.,- J. Faulkner, pres.; Y. Jacques, 
P. Mason. 

Agricultural Student Council 




Front Row; B. Libritore, T. Brooks, sec.,- P. Romanczyk, D. Ludke, pres.; G. Berbert, R. Tanner. Bock Row: B. Woods, M. Wroten, X. Gross, R. 
Sparks, C. Letgers, B. Famous, J. Pennington. 

American Industrial Arts Association 



496 Organizations 





Left to Right: G. Ohlmacher, W. Ritter, A. Corbin, T. Kridler, M. Rior- 
dan, M. Boer, L. Ramsey, K. Lee, R. Sutton, A. Scurlock, D. Palmer, L. 
Dorsey, sec.; D. Bertling, D. Runaldue, H. Cline, pres. 

American Institute of 
Chemical Engineers 



American Marketing Association 

Seated: W. Ottley, D. Curtis, pres.,- D. Cadeii, sec.,- G. Bottiger, A. Brown, 
Dr. E. Wims. Standing, first row: Dr. R. Ashmen, advisor,- T. Stemmer, v. 
pres.; C. Daggs, v. pres.; M. Reamy, N. Bosley, A. Dubinsky, K. Boyer, I. 
Streamer, P. Gatch, B. Maisel, Barlow Thudd, Droke Duck, L. Smith, Dorryl 
Lect; Second row: A. Schwartz, Ensworth Bodell, R. Jarrett, R. Drescher, S. 
Holden, R. Young, Dr. N. Zabriskie. 





Organizations 497 






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I.e. Engle, 2. B. Black, 3. H. Chadda, 4. R. Horz, 5. D. Hunger- 
ford, 6. X. Kass, 7. D. Webb, 8. J. Wheeler, 9. M. Palmer, 10. 
T. Dewey, 11. J. Zerdy, 12. W. Tocknell, 13. K. Merrill, M. B. 
Orvedol, 15. R. Knaur, 16. M. Kalb, 17. K. Angerman, 18. J. 
Greeves, 19. W. Bauer, 20. W. Chies, 21. S. Rosner, 22. S. 
Baluch, 23. J. Araneo, 24. M. Ports, 25. G. McCauley, 26. D. 
Street, 27. S. Purdum, 28. P. Philpot, 29. T. Ernst, 30. K. Ep- 
stein, 31. R. Peers-V.P., 32. L. Matusky, 33. J. Manchester 
- Pres., 34. G. Maragos, 35. C. Carey - Treas. 

American Society of 
Civil Engineers 




American Society of 

Tool and Manufacturing Engineers 

1. C. Sturges, 2. T. Noe-Treos., 3. H. Seike, 4. K. Dugan-Chairmon, 5. C. Ruppert, 6. C. Trenary, 7. R. Hig- 
don, 8. F. Boyd, 9. B. Thorn, 10. C. Kachilo, 11. P. Mendelson, 12. K. Fuher, 13. B. Thornton, 14. P. Meier, 
15.J. Kocur, 16. G.Mayer, 17. T.Allen, 18. M. McNerney. 




498 Organizations 




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1. S. Metelits, 2. C. Enlow, 3. J. Alcorn, 4. A. Small, 5. M. McCarthy, 6. S. Hange- 
manole, 7. K. Joegerman, 8. N. McCullough, 9. M. Stokloso, 10. G. Robinson, 1 1. T. 
Barnes, 12. L. Trofast, 13. D. Ronnigen, 14. B. Whipp, 15. P. Kuhns, 16. E. Christen- 
sen, 17. P. Rimbos, 18. E. Woytowitn, 19. C. Mancusi, 20. B. Dunnavant, 21. S. 
Perry, 22. B. Miles, 23. S. Higgins, 24. C. Duke, 25. B. Hill, 26. N. Floyd. 



Angel Flight 




Left to right: Maj. Kirkpatrick, advisor; C. Andrejack, M. Rogers, commander,- B. Holstead, J. 
Tanodo, S. Kline. 




Angel Flight 
Area B-1 Staff 



Organizations 499 




1. D. Quein, 2. K. Baboyian, 3. R. Knapp, 4. J, Call-Comm. 
5. A. Kirschbaum, 6. L. Funk, 7. J. Engelbrecht, 8. M, Need- 
ham, 9. A. Sirkin, 10. J. Sonneborn, 11, R. Roberts, 12. J. 
Dix, 13. M. Swomley, 14. R. Smith, 15. G. Nard, 16. D. 
Shuffer, 17. T. Nelson, 18. E. Shceffer, 19. J. Church, 20. M. 
McKracken, 21 . C. Carlo, 22. G. McVeigh. 

Arnold Air Society 





Alpha Phi Omega 

1. E. Winston, 2. C. Downs, 3. E. Huang, 4. R. Thomas, 5. D. Howkland, 6. 
J. Hosrtkamp, 7. W. Weisburger, 8. J. Gorvey, 9. G. Rampoeck, 10. G. Dirsch- 
erl, 11. L. Johnson, 12. T. Gibbons, 13. J. Dotcher, 14. W. Busse, 15. D. Rink- 
er, 16. J. Gorman, 17. R. Murray, 18. R. Newman, 19. K. Iserson, 20. M. 
Pearlmon-Pres., 21. A. Holtz, 22. N. Simpson, 23. J. Dougherty, 24. Dr. R. 
Jacquith-Chrmn of advisory board, 25. G. Sussmon-lst V.P., 26. D. 
Dockery, 27. R. Wolfman-2nd V.P., 28. Maj. J. Harrington, USMC, scouting 
advisor, 29. W. Speizman-Treas., 30. T. Rhodes, 31. B. Stokes, 32. S. 
Petit, 33. D. Loring, 34. Lt. J. O'Brien-Advisor, 35. R. Edminster, 36. P. 
Mendelsohn, 37. R. Bauer, 38. F. Arbogast, 39. V. Ferrante. 



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1 . Mumps, 2. S. Sweet, 3. J. Faulkner, 4. Abell, 5. D. Klein, 6. D. Trout, 
7. P. Mason-Pres., 8. A. Mann, 9. D. Fritz-V.P., 10. Dr. Vandersall- 
Advisor, 11. J. MacCauley. 

Block and Bridle 





Calvert Forensics 



1 . S. Thaler, 2. P. Levin, 3. L. Ludwich, 4. G. Aldrich, 5. B. New- 
kirk, 6. K. Vondermcuse, 7. D. Pincus, 8. S. Brodsky, 9. M. Tay- 
lor, 10. T. Kleinkouf, 1 1. B. Buenger. 




Organizations 501 




1 . Rev. B. Botengan, 2. T. Guth, 3. Rev. J. Harrell, chrmn.,- 4. S. Kaplan, 
sec.; 4. M. Smith,6. F. Locklear, 7. Rev. W. Smith, treas.,- 8. A. Thomp- 
son, V. chrmn.; 9. B. Platz, 10. Rev. T. Caspar. 



Chapel Board 




Chick and Co. 



Left to Right: P. Mason, "Mump", B. Jones, T. Fair- 
brother. 



502 Organizations 






1. J. Yeh, 2. S. Y. Chang, 3. W. Chuang, 4. J, Jih, 5. C. M, Hu, pres.; 
6. T. Chow, 7. B. Ma, 8. C. Lo, 9. L L. Woo, 10. P. Eng, 1 1. J. Lee, 12. 
H. Chen, 13. W. Lee, v. pres.; 14. D. Lee, 15. D. Chow, 16. P. J. 
Lui, treas.; 17. S. Y. Lin. Not present: C. Wei, sec.; Dr. C. T. Hsuej, 
advisor. 

Chinese Students 



Association 



Chinese Science Organization 

1. Dr. J. Shanks, advisor; 2. G. HaN, 3. G. Hoeckman, 4. M. Rockman, v. 
pres.; 5. R. Grier, pres.; 6. J. Kelly, 7. Mr. R. Lee, advisor; 8. H. Woodman, 
9. P.Steers, 10. R. Richardson, 11. J. Child, 12. R. Peters, treas.; 13. J. 
Wotkins, 14. H. Morarre, 15. W. Simms, sec.; 16. J, Stevens, 17. J. Mar- 
shall. 





Organizations 503 



1. D. Orr, advisor; 2. A. Singer, 3. M. Sheinberg, 4. M. Rifkind, 5. B. Goldfarb- 
V.P.,6. M. Severe- Pres.; 7. D. Amey-Treas.; 8. S. Schwartz-Sec. ,- 9. D. Webb, 
10. W. Jeffrey, H. J. Porter, 12. D. Stein, 13. M. Berry. 



Coin Club 





Collegiate 4-H 



I. R. Lindemann-Sec; 2. J. Jones-Pres. 
3. L. Biaden-V.P.; 4. J. Delbrook, 5. B 
Ensor, 6. F. Thompson, 7. S. Shanks, 8. G. 
Lawrence, 9. S. Smith, 10. S. Hammond, 

II. M. Hammond, 12. J. Faulkner, 13. B. 
Scott, 14. P. Philips, 15. M. Seiquist, 16. D. 
Trout, 17. K. Blevins, 18. J.Warfield, 19. B. 
Durgin, 20. E. Page, 21. C. Staines, 22. B. 
Schwarts. 




504 Orgonizations 




'M^i^mm 




. S. Mineo, 2. C. Barnes, 3. P. Clarke, 4. M. Stein, 5. L. Bladen, 6, J. Johnson, 7. D. Parks, 
, B. Saunders, 9. F. Fabin, 1 0. K. Yootee, U.S. Preom, 1 2. D. Blond. 



Council of 

Professional Organizations 





I. R. Mock-Sec, 2. R. Alt-2nd V.P., 3. K. 
Briers-Pres., 4. L. Bloom-lst V.P„ 5. E. 
Huller-Treos., 6. B. Porter, 7. J. Yurechko, 
8, D. McHugh, 9. J. McComant, 10. R. Liston, 

I I . ^A. Lusby, 1 2. J. Hutchinson, 1 3. D. Black- 
stone, 14. R. Hurley, 15. R. Connan, 16. R. 
Lieberman, 17. R. Murphy, IB. B. Tempesto, 
19. Dr. C. Olson, 20. L. Grimm, 21. D. Phil- 
breck, 22. F. Shelton, 23. L Timmins, 24. D. 
Smith, 25. R. Sherman, 26. N. Kimpel, 27. T. 
Morel, 28. Dr. S. Hille-Advisor, 29. L. Davis. 



Delta Nu Alpha— transportation 



Organizations 505 



Delta Sigma Pi— business 



I. C. Barnes- Pres., 2. J. Briggs, 3. M. 
Ayars-Jr. V.P., 4. B. Fischer, 5. D. 
Margerum, 6. D. Sandler, 7. J. Harris, 
8. J. Johnson, 9. J. Lynch, 10. C. Joyce, 

II. J. Carey, 12. T. Colegrove, 13. F. 
Mauric, 14. F. Milmon, 15. M. Boland, 
16. I. Kaufman, 17. C. Lane, 18. F. 
Scruggs, 19. G. Henly, 20. M. Xillas, 
21. S. Jacoby, 22. B. McCaffery, 23. R. 
Abell, 24. L. Solecki, 25. D. Reichman, 
26. R. Thompson, 27. A. Goodman - 
Admin. V.P., 28. R. Martino, 29. H. 
Avalos, 30. H. Haupt, 31. G. Bosco, 
32. B. Moynihan. 





506 Organizations 



Economics Discussion Group 

Left to Right: R. McKean, v. pres.,- D. Blond, pres.; T. Howard, sec.; T. Hansen, 2nd v. pres. 





1. S. Cornell, 2. Commanche, 3. Johnny, 4. Y, Jacques, 5. T. Smith, 6. G. Rixse, 7. Carcvelle, 8. J. 
Goodwin, 9. C.Williams, 10. Dr. Goodwin -Advisor,- 11. D.Wood. 



Equestrian Club 





Ethos 



1. A. Kritsings, 2. P. Perros, 3. A. Clifton, 4. B. Valtos, 5. G. Motheos, 6. J. 
Sefakis, 7. L. Abdow, 8. N. Kutson,9. A. Sfondelis, 10. F. Tzanis, 11. P.Johnson, 
12. M. Fochios, 13. A. Cederakis, 14. E. Economides, 15. E. Hanarakis; sheep: 
H. A. Provato, H. Ara, V. Laka, A. B. Toklos. 



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First Row: L. Beach, B. Singleton, pres.; C. King, B. Michie, S. Spoden, treas. Second Row: J. Corr, B. Ennis, D. Duffy, 
B. Moynihan, sec.; D. Menci, v. pres. Third Row: F. Mauric, W. Huntress, D. Bieritz, v. pres.,- P. Broun. 



Finance Club 



Free State 



Front Row: M. Snitzer, S. Cozarus, M. Gold, v. pres.; S. Berkow, sec.; S. Sisgold, trees.; L. DeVon, M. Kologris. Standing: S. Buker, G. Sherman, D. Mor- 
rison, L Boris, K. McArton, J. Savage, B. Posner, G. Bernstein, R. Greene, D. Kutzer, L. Schwartz, L. Taubman, E. Berry, R. Conrad, G. Weinstein, J. 
Brown. Not pictured: N. Adieberg, pres., D. Reynolds, v. pres. 




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1. J. Franklin, 2. H. Green, 3. C. Staines, 4. H. 
Spielman, 5. A. Krebs, 6. G. Linthicum, 7. J. 
Anderson, 8. V. Marshall, 9. R. Ensor, 10. H. 
Thornton, 1 1 . A. Byrnum, 1 2. L. Bruboker, 1 3. D. 
Trout. 




Future Farmers of America 




Gamma Sigma Sigma— service 

1. p. Lowney, 2. K. Menichelli, 3. J. Ciaraldi, 4. C. Harrington, 5. 
M. Yopes, 6. L. Sutpin, 7. D. Hordesty, 8. P. Burbrink, 9. W. Mar- 
lowe, 10. M. Mirman, 11. L. Norris, 12. L. Abdow, 13. D. Pollack, 
14. N.Shavell, 15. J. Lewis, 16. P. Henderson, 17. M. Traber, 18. M. 
Keslosky, 19. S. Harans, 20. P. Mitt, 21. B. Goldkind, 22. T. Katz- 
2nd V.P., 23. M. Wolk, 24. J. Abel- 1st V.P., 25. M. Ordman- 
Pres., 26. N. Cintron, 27. G. Bowler, 28. M. Schottner, 29. T. Som- 
mer, 30. C. Spring, 3). J. Rosenberger, 32. L. Pearl, 33. S. Munday, 
34. H, Babkoff, 35. M. Berg, 36. I. Kipnis, 37. J. Galloway, 38. S. 
Anderson, 39. M. Lissauer, 40. A. Levine, 41. E. Roseman, 42. L. 
Miles, 43. C. May, 44. S. Josephson, 45. S. Michael, 46. C. Feiber, 
47. D. Mayer, 48. A. Prettymon, 49. A. Fosimpaur. 




Organizations 509 




Seated: C. King, Sec.; Z. Chemek, Pres.,- B. Michie, V.Pres.; L. Krout, 
Treas.; S. Stroub, C. Lee. Standing: T. Hatzenbuhler, T. Ruzicka, R. Foel- 



ster, S. Schneider, A. Bohacek, M. Seabreeze, F. Jones, P. Klaus, Sponsor, 
V. Nacer, W. Kimmel. 



German Club 



Seated: D. Newcomb-Pres., S. Burton-V.P. Standing: D. Gallia, C. Saukel, C. Homil- 
ton-Treas., N. Lee-Sec. 



Home Economics Club 




510 Orgonizations 



1 . D. Peterson, 2. R. Gordon, 3. G. Stivers, 4. R. Keigher, 5. R. Kidwell, 6. R 
Larson, 7. J. Kroto, 8. A. Vinitsky, 9. R. Roig, 10. J. Paulson, 1 1. D. Ying- 
ling. 

Honors Council 





1. J. Englebrecht, 2. B. Boyle, 3. J. Church, 

4. B. Caffall, 5. B. Hill, 6. R. Roberts, 7. G. 
Ward, 8. D. Jeffries, 9. A. Scrivener, 10. T. 
Redding, 11. R. Powell, 12. T. Noudon, 13. C. 
Oberg, 14. F. Snopp, 15. T. Thomas, 16. J. 
Sonneborn, 17. K. Nichols, 18. T. Wilk, 19. 

5. Pie, 20. B. Bender. 




Honor Guard 



Organizations 51 1 



Information Systems Management 



1 . S. Cox, 2. B. Shof ield, 3. G. Eakin, 4. Mr. H. Schwartz, 
5. D. Currier, 6. E. Webster, 7. M. Polsky, 8. G. Ross, 9. 
M. Steinberg, 10. G. Hartstoii, 1 1. R. Moltzon. 





Institute of Architects 



Left to right: J. Kefolof, D. Muirheod, W. Chuong, v. pres.; J. Stoinbock, N. Biskar, G. Stephens, T. Fields, treas., and son Andy,- A. Small, sec.,- S. Ryder, pres.,- 
P. Rasmussen, J. Brocenos. Not shown: L, Sonderoff, R. Herreo, B. Hill, B. Harris, C. Oler, C. Young, B. Goldman, G. Grant, W. Fuller, J. Silverman, S. Hussion, D. 
Blair, S. Borouh, W. Ryan, D. Sucher, F. Cote, D. McMohon, K. Rollins. 



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Institute of Electrical 
and Electronics Engineers 

1. E. Lee, 2. J. Pillion, 3. R. Willard-Chrmn., 4. S. Lasher-Sec, 5, C. Wil- 
liams, 6. D. Dixon, 7. V. Edwards, 8. J. Rama, 9. D. Rinker, 10. R. Thorne, 11. 
D. Bogert, 12. C. Riley, 13. M. Comberiate, 14. W. Abbott, 15. W. Rial!, 16. B. 
Field, 17. E. Limberger, 18. N. Willner, 19. R. Ruth, 20. J. Young, 21. R. Rey- 
nolds, 22. S. Wood, 23. T. Swift, 24. G. Eden, 25. G. McCarney, 26. D. Stone, 
27. T. Crosby, 28. C. Miller, 29. J. Crocker, 30. R. Mattes, 31. A. Ake, 32. D. 
Robertson, 33. B. Skane, 34. A. Kehs, 35. M. Patterson, 36. W. Williams, 
37. R. Myers. 






International Club 



1. C. Binkley-Sec, 2. J. Sachs-Sec, 3. M. Mercer, 4. C. White, 5. V. John- 
son-Treas., 6. R. Aiken-Pres., 7. L. Cross-V.P., 8. 0. Tidemand, 9. D. 
Bennett, 10. R. Shankar, 11. P. Michaels, 12, J. Young, 13. D. Zedler, 14. E. 
Wojciechowsko, 15. T. Laonken, 16. G. Libin, 17. R. Preciado, 18. P. Srisa- 
wangwat, 19. S. Mahatanankoon, 20. S. Temple, 21. R. Khan, 22. S. Pruce, 
23. K. Kawahito, 24. H. El-Saiyed. 





Kneeling: T. H. Kim, S. Y. Chang, B. W. Yoo. First Row, standing: W. Y. Hong, W. S. Song, S. H. Kim, P. Kong, H. Y. 
Kim, Y. W, Park. Second Row, standing: H. Y. Lee, K. J. Kim, S. H. Kim. 

Korean Students Association 



29 303; 



M Club 



1 . J. Baker, 2. C. Shrader, 3. G. Hiser, 4. M. Golub, 5. D. Karol, 6. J. Sham- 
burg, 7. D. Crowley, 8. D. Reiss, 9. L. Vince, 10. R. Pearson, 11. H. Mal- 
con, 12. B. Bach, 13. J. Hanley, 14. B. Grant, 15. T. Plevin, 16. D. Carter, 
17. A. Pastrana, 18. B. Williamson, 19. E. O'Boyle, 20. J. David, 21. J. 
Calhoun, 22. M. Brotemarkle, 23. J. Meehan, 24. G. Wojtech, 25. V. Reid, 
26. N. Kovalakides, 27. G. Parsons, 28. P. Berigtold, 29. H. deLozier, 30. 
V. Meleski, 31. C. McCullough, 32. B. Tipsword, 33. J. Schwartzel, 34. 
J. Hillesland, 35. W. Ziobro, 36. J. Norris, 37. G. Braley, 38. R. Connor. 




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Recreation and 
Parks Society 



Left to right: P. Sanders, K. Roberts, K. Kells, M. Van Kirk, J. Jones. 




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1. M. Smith, 2. M. Durand, 3. S. Schwalm, 4. E. George, 5. R. Shnider, 6. 
E. Zippermann, 7. B. Lawyer, 8. C. Keys-Pres., 9. M. Korth, 10. W. Ench, 
U.K. Kersey, 12. Dr. deVermond, 13. M. Lason, 14. M. Gorman, 15. C. 
Nelson, 16. M. Dutterer-V.P., 17. K. Dulabhan-Sec, 18. M. Grande, 
19. G. Mohr, 20. I.Jordan. 



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I. B. Hinds -Sec.-Treas., 2. T. Lewis, 3. T. LaMonte, 
4. K. Neal, 5. T. Crowley-V.P., 6. M. Dorsey, 7. M. 
Matzen-Pres., 8. J. Huss, 9. C. Lowe, 10. A. Keiiey, 

II. S. Emmanuel, 12. C. Schweisow, 13. A. Knapp, 
14. S. Berry-Sec, 15. S. Itzel, 16. G. Daves, 17. L. 
Schofer, 18. M. Purucher. 



National Society of Interior Designers 




Physical Education Majors Club 



1. J. Dickson, 2. Mr. J. Wrenn-Men's Advisor, 3. B. 
Johnson, 4. Dr. A. Love-Women's Advisor, 5. J. 
Schiaffer, 6. E. Preiss, 7. R. Hufsler-Pres., 8. A. 
Leiderman, 9. B. LeVine-Sec, 10. M. McEwen. 





1. T. Becker- Pres., 2. M. Gillies, 3. J. Semple, 4, P. Morris, 5. J. Warner, 6. B. Light, 7. B. 
Weiss, 8. L. Watson, 9. H. Aronoff, 10. N. Cicala, 1 1. P. Hughes, 12. B. Moses, 13. R. Henning, 
14. A. Powell, 15. S. Doidson, 16. J. Nolin, 17. E. Tuleya, 18. N. Cunningham, 19. K. Ringley, 
20. V. Viglionti, 21 . M. Davidson, 22. K. Werkheiser, 23. J. Swift, 24. C. Newe, 25. S. Lupo, 26. 
H. Brenner, 27. C. Gerber, 28. C. Schmitt, 29. P. Mueller, 30. T. Brown, 31. B. Gunson, 32. L. 
Sutherland, 33. E. DeCoursey-V.P., 34. S. Deptula, 35. L. Sheppard, 36. K. Kearney, 37. B. 
Nochlas, 38. L. Clayton-Treas., 39. D. Wood. 

Physical Therapy Club 



Political Science Club 



Left to Right: C. Stoecken, v. pres.; H. Karch, pres.,- D. Miller, treas. 




Organizations 517 




1. J. Bellino, 2. R. Lee, 3. S. Levine, 4. G. Gobel, 5. D. Akiyama, 
6. J. S. Bach, 7. H. Hughes, 8. P. Rabbit, 9. B. Graham, 10. R. 
Ferranti, 11. R. Staubach, 12. S. Corbin, 13. X. Non, 14. M. 
Clutter, 15. A, Silverberg, 16. G. Bowers, 17. B. Murphy, 18 S 
Carlin, 19. B. Cox, 20. S. Fields, 21. H. Goldhammer, 22. R. 
Stead, 23. R. Primosch, 24. B. Applegote, 25. B. Cohan -Treas., 
26. K. Kates- Pres.. 27. M. Eisen-Sec, 28. J. Molino. 

Pre-Dental Society 





Pre-Medical Society 

1. J. Blum-Pres., 2. R. Dotson, 3. S. Adier, 4. G. Picklo, 5. D. Kolil, 6. B. 
Gold, 7. L. Love-Sec, 8. H. Strahorn, 9. H. Lewin-V.P., 10. E. Scherl, 11. 
D. Allender, 12. L. Divilio, 13. D. Payne, 14. K. Payne, 15. J. Crecca, 16. 
P. Fournier, 17. A. Mendoza, 18. L. Fox, 19. V. Lake, 20. L. Cohen, 21. P. 
Gilligan, 22. J. Mambretti, 23. J. Zant, 24. C. Hoesch, 25. M. Mezentsoff 
26. N. Ellyn, 27. D. Schaller, 28. W. Chelfon, 29. C. Schulten, 30. M. Reff, 
31 . F. Haifley, 32. H. Holley, 33. J. Bush, 34. S. Shapiro, 35. K. Trovers, 36. 
J. Robertson, 37. Y. Kadesky, 38. F. Sheppard, 39. E. Stromberg, 40. A. 
Salvotori, 41, G. Schmidt, 42. R. Chamberlain, 43. B. Gray, 44. M. Slotkoff, 
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1. p. Ramondt, 2. J. Thompson, 3. R. Fogwell, 4. B. Covington, 5. B. Powers-Pres., 6. B. Grobou, 7. S. 
Coplan, 8. L. Jockisch, 9. M. Thompson, 10. P. Porks. 

Pre-Veterinary Science Club 





Rugby Football Club 



Front Row: J. Turner, A. Watt, J. Curry, P. Harding, J. Ross, M. Curry, J. St. Omer Roy, J. Williamson, J. McPherson, D. Gillivon. Second Row: T. Quigley, C. 
Wessel, G. Joliet, J. Buckley. Standing: J. Potter, G. Yaney, B. Mogladry, D. Carmichoel, P. Griffiths, D. Sommerville, B. Knapp, D. Leahy, P. Schreiber, W. Bean, 
J Karol J. Allen, B. Miller, B. Pietsch, S. Johnson, L Babits. Not present but still loved: P. Hanlon, R. Liftig, J. Milo, R. Gerring, El Cid, R. Lord, B. Dudley, E. 
Sitko, M. Keating, M. Frietog, M. Rosinsky, P. Meyers, S. Drake, G. Potter, K. Williamson, D. Buckley, B. Grobowski, T. Joliet, T. Kildoff, J. McKenna, W. Wmg, 
L Porter, D. Reom, Chris, T. Lady II, J. Joseph, M. Rowtheboatoshore, B. Boruch, M. Boysv^/ater. 



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1. C. Chaplin, 2. G. Kohn, 3. A. Yurek, 4. T. Noe, 5. S. Witt, 6. B. 
Landers, 7. B. Whitlock, 8. Dr. R. Galloway-Advisor, 9. E. Cherry, 
10. L Erickson-Pres., U.S. Patterson, 12. R. McNicholas, 13. 
K. Skane, 14. B. McMicon, 15. S. McKerrow, 16. D. Covington, 17. 
E. Learman, 18. K. Sheedy-Sec.-Treas., 19. N. Broderick. 



Scuba Club 




Semper Fidelis Society 



Seatedr J. Depue, J. Finke, M. Henig. Standing: N. Kavalokites, J. Down- 
ing, C. Groves. 



520 Organizations 




Ski Club 



Executive Council: G. Campos, pres.; A, Stark, v. pres.; B. Shaw, sec.; D. Reeves, treas.; 
& coordinator; C. Haauser, M. Sorrenson, S. Meltzer, R. Bergeni, A. Hatfield, M. Radin. 



P. Selby, film coordinator; P. Rodvi/ell, trip advisor 




Kneeling: H. Kronen, V. La Duco, D. Dunn, G. Allen, pres.; D. Curtis. Standing: S. Hartman, M. Ziegler, A. Hiller, C. Tracy, W. Philips, J. Cardenas, H. Klip- 
pen, A. Rosenstock. 



Skydivers 



Organizations 521 




Left to Right: J. Marshall, D. Motlago, R. Matlago, T. Pergola. 



Society for Advancement of Management 



Society of American Military Engineers 

Front Row; M, Suarez, pres.; N. Stein, T. Hollingsworth, treas.,- R. Dennis. Bock Row: J. Pensinger, sec.; J. Tylec, v.pres., 
A. Shepherd, M. Dietchman, D. Allen. 



522 Organizations 





1. W. Hurteau, 2. J. Marshall, 3. M. Klein, 4. F. Brower, 5. J. Revelle, 6. R. 
Ryan, 7. G. Alston, 8. Herbie, 9. W. Johnston, 10. J. Bender, v.pres.; 1 1. G. 
Brown, 12. W. McMahon, 13. J. Luley, 14. F. Fobin, 15. J. Moore, 16. J. 
Lathrop, 17. J. O'Neill, 18. R. Krein, 19. S. Fowler, 20. E. Shollenberger, 
pres.;21. J. Parkony, 22. T. Czarnecki, 23. M. Rubock, 24. D. Brogon, 25. D. 
Gaugler, 26. J. Bell, trees. 

Society of 

Fire Protection Engineers 




Society of 

Mechanical Engineers 



1. J. Smith, 2. J. Etheridge, 3. F. Chaney-V. Chrmn.;4. E. 
Smith, 5. M. Brennan, 6. P. Fleck, 7. R. Marks, 8. K. Rem- 
mers, treos.; 9. W. Bethea, 10. D. Hearn, 11. C. Gribaudo, 
12. G. Powell, 13. G. Dahl, 14. R. Gordon, 15. E. Morris, 
Sec, 16. M. Rochkind, 17. C. Chavosse, 18. C. Feldwick, 
19. N. Eckert-Chrmn., 20. D. Fiske, 21. D. Chwirut, 22. G. 
Hoddod, 23. J. Detibaugh, 24. J. Mayo, 25. L. Sconlan, 
26. R. Rector, 27. C. Federmon, 28. K. Kielland-Lund, 29. 
S. Edwards, 30. D. Bronhom, 31. W. Morkhom, 32. R. 
Smead. 




Organizations 523 



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Robert Aserkoff, Pres., Honey Loring, Sec.-Treas., John M. 
Wilson, Faculty Advisor. 



Sociology Club 





Sports Car Club 



1. H. Dietz, 2. W. Deily, 3. L. Taylor, 4. G. Toylor, 5. R. Dunlavey, 6. J. Nickell, 7. M. 
Noble, 8. D. Chitwood, 9. K. Skave, 10. R. Liebersohn, 1 1. A. Gunter, 12. M. Derry, 13. 
L. Chambers, 14. P. Sherman, 15. B. Hansen, 16. R. Eskow, 17. J. Marvin, 18. R. Loe- 
vi/inger, 19. R. Lane, 20. R. Mallonee, 21. R. Mullen, 22. B. Rosen, 23. S. Scott, 24. R. 
Foreman, 25. D. Adams, 26. K. Edv^/ards, 27. P. Finch, 28. K. King, 29. T. Kelley, 30. B. 
Dixon, 31. S. Schneider, 32. B. Schneider- Pres., 33. C. Sussman-Treos., 34. J. Groff, 
35. T. Brady, 36. R. Marks, 37. T. Straub, 38. C. Balint, 39. B. Cissel, 40. T. Mountjoy. 




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1. S. Stacy, 2. C. Cline, 3. C. Whitaker, 4. C. Andberg, 5. D. Newsome, 6. S. 
Ponemone, 7. N. Foltz, 8. V. Roecker, 9. B. Trepp, 1 0. B. Taylor, 1 1 . B. Taylor, 
12. B. Bryce, 13. P. Wells, 14. D. Andberg -Treas., 15. J. Pearce-Sec, 16. R. 
Canter-Pres., 17. M. Krepner-V.P., 18. M. Dellinger, 19. S. Kessinger, 
20. D. Hardhat, 21. J. Stahl, 22. D. Street, 23. K. Sanford, 24. D. Goettee, 
25. D. Prevar, 26. B. Kramer, 27. B. Robins, 28. R. Repel, 29. T. Pearce, 30. B. 
Belay, 31. J. Hull, 32. F. Lipphard, 33. A. Edelmon, 34. L. Raines, 35. D. Man- 
gis, 36. D. Akiyama, 37. H. Stinefelt, 38. S. Roper, 39. J. Marks, 40. M. Win- 
gate, 41 . J. Boyer, 42. W. Hoheisel, 43. A. Lotterner, 44. M. Billingslea, 45. B. 
Breathing, 46. H. Baker, 47. A. Fraser, 48. D. Crook, 49. Saehrimnir (Golden 
Horde Standard). 



Trail Club 




University Commuters' Association Executive Council 



1. L. Bowers, 2. D. Fisher -Pres., 3. J. Rosenberger, 4. N. Linn, 5. M. 
Henig-Vice-Pres., 6. R. Welker, 7. P. Suntum, 8. L. Hill, 9. D. Gold- 
stein. 








Front Row: H. Kitonwsky, L. Kuncio, D. Jomir, I. Hikawyi, Middle Row: M, Mikoyeo, 0. Dicchok, I. Trosinsky, A. Totchin, A. Chorn- 
adolsky, I. Zolusky, P. Kurylas, T. Krowec. Top Row: A. Filipon, 0. Petrenko, V. Hojdar. 



Ukrainian Club 



University Astronomical Society 



1. H. Neuman-V.P.,2. S. 
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Breitenbach, 3. D. Trohon, 4. A. Bickel-Sec, 5. R. Miller, 6. S. Holland, 7. C. Ferrigno, 
10. D. Leoman, 11. T. Teat-Treas., 12. T. Davis, 13. C. Young, 14. J. Allen, 15. T, Mone- 




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1. M. LicatQ-Pres., 2. J. Hogarth-V.P., 3. R. Comeyne, 4. G. Davis, 5. G. 
Bodowski, 6. E. Comly, 7. M. Hemming, 8, J. Kursch, 9. P. Whyte, 10. G. 
Zinkgraf, 11. B. Sparks, 12. S. McCormick, 13. D. Hopkins, 14. N. Walsh, 
15. F. Jones, 16. C. Honnan, 17. W. Miles-Sec, 18. B. Sullivan, 19. A. Hole, 
20. G. Whiz, 21. F. Miller. 



Veterans' Club 



Volunteers for Mental Health 




1. H. Loring-Pres., 2. R. Glazer, 3. Dr. S. Pavey- 
Advisor, 4. D. Hill, 5. E. Marcus, 6. K. Garrison, 
7. B. Olsen-V.P., 8. H. Dulberg, 9. D. Heyman, 10. 
R. Weisman. 




Organizations 527 





Front Row: L. Loycock, J. Veozey, B. Newkirk, S. Sock, J. Fischer, K. 
Regan, pres.; P. Adkins, v. pres.; P. Peridier, treas.; D. Yingling, sec- 
Bock Row: B. Testa, S. Fisher, M. McEwen, N. Hearn, M. Yannuzzi, S. 
Nonn, D. Kaotz, A. Baege, Miss Kesler, advisor,- L. Richards, G. Kisner, 



E. Wilen. 



Women's Recreation Association 




Young Republican Club 



1 . R, Moy, 2. A. Bickel, 3. N. Broden, 4. E. Bissett, 5. J. Weeks, 6. G. Wickey, 
7. R. Shnider, 8. S. Baker, 9. D. Lomimon, 10. P. Sweeney, 1 1. T. Hamilton, 
12. M. Mintz, 13. D. Mintz, 14. J. Coale, 15. S. Jennings, 16. A. Giraldi, 
17. M. Tarallo, 18. L. Gehoe, 19. D. Henninger, 20. D. Sotkely, 21. D. For- 
tunot, 22. J. Hiber, 23. E. Hulshof, 24. L. Rockett, 25. B. Michie, 26. M. 
Chose, 27. C. King, 28. R. Pevey, 29. J. McDonnell, 30. S. Siebert, 31. R. 
Dempsey, 32. S. Fisher, 33. J. Kopel, 34. T. Cline, 35. N. Shehob, 36. M. 
Mezentsoff, 37. R. Berkey, 38. R. Butler, 39. N. Coale, 40. D. Norcross, 
41. D. Miller-Treos., 42. J. Schoeffer, 43. W. Walker, 44. R. Throne, 45. 
H. Morris-Sec, 46. C. Stoecker, 47. T. Gilbert-V.P., 48. G. Schuler, 49. 
A. Barilla, 50. B. Hubbard, 51 . J. Richardson, 52. M. Cahoon. 



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Argus 



Argus. What is that? Some kind of animal? No, 
Argus is a magazine. It is billed as the feature maga- 
zine of the University of Maryland-a publication 
published six times a year by students, for students. 
A feature, for the iournalistically uninitiated, is a 
pictorial story with wide popular appeal and deeper 
inquiry than day to day news reporting. So Argus is, 
in effect, a mini Look magazine aimed at college 
people. 

the general benefits of reading apply to Argus. 
New insight is found and horizons expand-enter- 
tainment is the product of finding new avenues of 
interest. If a publication is to succeed, all of these 
must be fulfilled. Argus has succeeded -last year it 
was cited as the nation's top collegiate feature mag- 
azine by Sigma Delta Chi, the national society for 
professional journalists. 

It has not been easy though. This year Argus ex- 
perienced the first mid-year change of a publica- 
tions editor since 1958. A lack of recognition from 
the university population, along with a limited dis- 
tribution brought about by a low budget have hamp- 
ered the progress of Argus. Yet the person who ig- 
nores it is missing a good experience. 




Julie Amberson— 

Editor, 1st Semester 



Bob Korn— Editor, 2nd Semester 





Larry Becker- 
Managing Editor 




Michael Rossof f- 

Photo Editor 




Max Leviiie— 

Business Manager 




Organizations 531 



Calvert Review 



As various organizations within the university 
struggle to meet the growing enrollment, the campus 
literary magazine, the Calvert Review, has increased its 
efforts to publish the best of prose, poetry, and essays 
written by university students. 

Since its beginning in 1959 under the name "Expres- 
sion", the Calvert Review has endeavored to bring to 
the student body a wide representation of valid artistic 
work in the field of creative writing. Determined to 
breok through the student apathy barrier which in the 
past has handicapped the Calvert Review and the uni- 
versity at large, this years staff has mode numerous in- 
novations to gain student interest and support. The 
traditional 2,500 copy run was increased to 3,500 for 
the winter issue of the magazine. Plans are being made 
for a 5,000 copy run of the spring issue. Additionally, 
the Calvert Review has offered prize money in each of 
its three fields for both semesters, rather than just the 
spring prize of past years. 

With a firm belief in the ancient adage, "To have 
great artists there must be great audiences", the staff 
of the Calvert Review offers the opportunity for crea- 
tive expression. 




Edwin A. Williams, III 

Editor-in-Chief 



Front Row: J. Herring, M. Zybler. Second Row: L. Sandler, A. Stevens. Bock Row: D. Cloud, J. Arsenoutt, G. Avergenakis. 



532 Organizations 





Rick Muirhead 

Editor-in-Chief 



Course Guide 



The Course Guide, only in its fourth year of publication, 
provides the campus community with an effective evaluation of 
professors and courses. By describing the content, structure, 
and loopholes of various courses, along with a summary of the 
hang-ups and idiosyncracies of many professors, the CG aids 
the student in selecting his class schedule. 

All opinions presented in the Course Guide are based on inter- 
views with students who hove actually taken the course. The 
administration supplies the staff with lists of students, includ- 
ing addresses and telephone numbers, who have taken certain 
courses. The students whose names appear on these lists are 
then interviewed by CG workers. A written summary of these 
interviews appears in the Course Guide. 

This year, for the first time, a spring addition of the Course 
Guide will be available. Also, an addition to the present methods 
of data collection, a computer tabulated questionnaire, devel- 
oped by a resident graduate student in psychology, will be 
handed out to students during class. The numerical results of 
these questionnaires, along with the familiar interview results, 
will be presented in the expanded spring addition. Other innova- 
tions for the spring will include an in-depth interview with the 
professors. 



Jessica Locklear, Assistant Editor,- Joyce Prouty, Assistant to the Editor,- Beth Pittard, Managing Editor; John Fayed, Business Editor. 





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Organizations 533 



Diamondback 



Hard work and endless hours are the ingredients of one of 
America's top doily college newspapers - the Diamondback. With 
a new high circulation of 20,000 copies Monday through Friday. 
The Diamondback expanded its staff, equipment, and coverage, 
trying to include every facet of life at the University of Maryland 
during 1968-69. Diamondback staff members get professional 
experience from working with advertising, sales, news report- 
ing, layout, and copy editing in a tightly organized operation. 

The news department's growth and efficiency was illustrated 
on election night, when a massive coordinated effort by the staff 
produced the most up-to-date morning-after coverage of any 
comparable paper on the East Coast. 

Editor-in-chief Steve Parks reorganized and decentralized 
the staff after the first semester resignation of managing editor 
Ira Allen. 

Editor Parks also enlarged the editorial page layout. His en- 
dorsement of Richard Nixon was one of the big surprises of the 
year. 

Surprise characterized much of the Diomondback's news. 
The pre-spring nude craze ... the strength of the nevi/ Third 
Party in the SGA elections . . . The HEW desegregation order. 

The sports department experienced one of the most exciting 
years in its history. A feud between Coach Bob Word and Execu- 
tive Sports Editor Dave Bourdon exemplified Ward's deteriorat- 
ing relations with the college community which eventually led 
to a player revolt and the coach's resignation. Bourdon pro- 
duced one of the year's most outstanding stories following 
Ward's departure; a three page examination of the Ward era. 

The continued expansion of the paper's news coverage was 
reflected by the streamlining of the business side. Under Busi- 
ness Manager Tom Winer, total mcome soared to $145,000. 
Circulation went up to 20,000 copies doily-up 3,000 over 1967- 
68. Average number of pages increased from 12 to 15 per issue, 
with 144 issues published for the year. Winer also tightened 
controls on spending, instituting a formula which tied paper 
size to ad lineage and beginning daily billing. 

This, then was the Diamondback for 1968-69-a dynamic 
force on a restless campus. 




Jeff Valentine— 

Managing Editor 




Steve Parks- 
Editor-in-Chief 




Jim Day- 
News Editor 



534 Orgonizations 




Tom Basham- Layout Editor 





Dave Bourdon- 
Executive Sports Editor 



David Lightman- 

Wire Editor 



Organizations 535 




Milton Buchler- 

Pholo Editor 





Dennis Piper- 
Feature Editor 



Steve McKerrow— 

Associate Editor 



536 Organizations 




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Photo Staff 



Business Staff 



Front Row: B. Gann, F. Crystal, B. Kaye, S. Plotkin, L. Baldwin, D. Kerbel, M. Snyder, C. Clark. Back Row: M. Book, R. Lessons, R. Rosenswog, D. Rachlin, T. 
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Terrapin 




Susie Kaminski— 

Editor-in-Chief 



Philip Geraei— 

Advisor 



A yearbook's task is to see the past year in the eyes of the stu- 
dents and to set it down on paper. Capturing the year in 560 pages. 
Trying to decide what to include and what to cut can be a frustrat- 
ing job. How can everything be done within the limits of time, money 
and human energy. 

Since yearbooks tend to look alike, another problem arises. 
How can we be different? Hours of thought go into finding an in- 
teresting cover design or a fresh outlook on feature material. 

Time is spent alone in a quest for something worthwhile. A 
photographer walks around campus looking for a picture that says 
it all. A feature writer sits over a typewriter reworking a new idea. 
And someone sits in an empty office making cryptic drawings that 
will eventually become a layout. 

But the people who work on a yearbook are not seperate islands 
of imagination. They ore a group, working together toward a com- 
mon goal. It's more than a sharing of ideas. The French coll it esprit 
de corps and camaraderie. It ranges from foul moods at three A.M. 
before a deadline to laughter over that latest joke. Beyond the 
creativity of the individual, it's the dirty work that everyone shares. 

The year passes quickly and soon it's all done. While the books 
ore being finished, work on the book for next year starts. But one 
spring day everything stops. The Terrapin is delivered. Anticipa- 
tion reaches a climax as the editor picks up the book. As pages are 
flipped there is a feeling of growing pride-ond a touch of sadness 
that it's over. 



538 Organizations 





Tony Anthony— 

Asst. & Photo Editor 





Dick Rliudy— 

Business Manager 



Carol Duke- 
Layout Editor 



Organizations 539 



Section Editors 

Brickie Warrer, Dave Morath, Juanita Stallman, Pat Farrell, Luci Beach. 





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Juanita Stallman- 

Layout Staff 

Chuck Blische— 

Sports Editor 



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Photography Staff 




John Hamill, Barbara Healey, Roger Karr. 

Business Staff 




Copy Staff 



Dove Morath, Dick Rhudy, 
Jerry Jones, Pat Farrell. 



Organizations 541 



WMUC 



Entering its twenty-fifth year of service to the university, 
WMUC, campus radio, has expanded both its staff and program- 
ming to meet the needs of an ever-growing university. 

This past summer, a unique automation system was installed 
in the WMUC studios in building FF. The automation provides 
popular album sides and campus oriented announcements during 
the hours when live broadcasting is not taking place. 

WMUC has also constructed a new transmission system in a 
large portion of the Hill Area, which was mode necessary by an 
FCC visit to campus in early October. The inspector found that 
WMUC was illegally propagating its signals through the air and 
was being picked up as far away as Laurel and downtown Wash- 
ington. Consequently, the station's chief engineer, Russ Brown, 
designed and built a more efficient transmission system. 

During semester break, cables were laid and transmitters 
made operational in the Graham Cracker area, thus giving 
WMUC coverage to most of the fraternities and sororities. 




Next on the list of priorities, is a transmitter for the university's 
newest dorm, LaPloto Hall. This should be completed in the 
spring, thus giving the station 100% campus coverage. 

This year has brought some important changes in the WMUC 
programming schedule. On a normal weekday, the live sign-on 
is at 6:30 A.M. and primarily top forty music continues until 
8:00 P.M., at which time o freewheeling personality show is 
presented. This consists of a smattering of many kinds of music. 
Following the 10:55 sports report, is Underground CPM, a show- 
case for new and progressive rock sounds. Then, the hours be- 
tween 1:30 and 6:30 in the morning are covered by the WMUC 
Music Machine, the automated system. 

WMUC broadcasts events from where they happen. For 
example, the station has broodcosted SGA election from the 
Student Union, the IF Sing and the Miss Maryland pageant from 
Ritchie, and important student-faculty meetings from wherever 
they may occur. 

In the future, WMUC plans more comprehensive news and 
features, a move to more modern studios, and more campus 
involvement projects to better serve the student at the Uni- 
versity of Maryland. 




Susan Sacks- 
Business Manager 



John Dowling- 

Station Manager 



542 Organizations 




Bill Shusta- Drew Marcks- 

Assl. Sports Dir. Sports Director 




Frank Grof f — 

Program Director 



Anne Edwards— 
Kathy Swartz- 

Record Librarians 



Organizations 543 



WMUC 




Lee Schuman— 

Publicity Directoi 

Joanne Harvitz- 
Barbara Kreisman- 

Continuity Directors 



Bruce Cohen- John Harlge- Don Mayer- 



Feature Director News Director 



Asst. News Dir. 



544 Organizations 



W!^t 




Frank Groff- 

Prograni Director 

Ron Matz- 
Jay Delmaster— 

Asst. Program Dir. 




Organizations 545 



M Book 



The M-Book serves as the handbook for all new university 
students by presenting essential information about all phases 
of university life including activities, organizations, services, 
and "happenings". There are also comprehensive sections cover- 
ing honoraries and the Student Government Association. This 
year a new section called "Did You Know?" was added. Included 
in this section are typical questions that new students ask. Such 
queries as "Is English 001 a flunk-out course?" and "Am I really 
just a number here?" ore answered. The M-Book is distributed 
to new students during the Summer Orientation Program and 
registration. The staff for M-Book is formed during the fall and 
actual work begins during the spring semester. 




J 9 

Judy Liibcher 

Editor-in-Chief 



Row 1 (I. tor.) -J. Potthast.A. Smith, R. Aird. Row 2-G. Greenberg, J. Korlick, D. Rubin, M. Keller, M. Sitrick, S. Abrcms. 




Performing Arts 



Aqualiners 



1. C. Sutton, pres.; 2. F. Berg, treas.; 3. J. Rekos, sec.; 4. J. Manch, 5. A. 
Reiner, 6. J. Fischbeck, 7. J. Chodakowski, 8. A. Ruderman, 9. S. Furtick, 10. 
G. Davis, 1 1. L. Dambach, 12. L. McCabe, 13. M. Sourwine, 14. L. Magaman, 
15. E. Waldron, 16. S. Gibson, 17. N. Leslie, 18. J. Larner, 19. M. Wompier, 
20. P. Zello, 21.0. Kershaw, 22. C. Williams, 23. B. Nickey, 24. B. Blair, 25. Z. 
Mier, 26. J. Young, 27. J. Roseberry, 28. N. Miller, 29. D. Beavers, 30. B. 
Wazzo, 31 . S. Rashbornick, 32. L. Ezrine, 33. J. Hall, 34. J. Karsdon. 




M 




Organizations 547 





The Concert Band is a group of approximately seventy musicians selected from the membership of the Varsity Band. The Concert Bond gives a formal 
concert during March, and an outdoor concert in May. It also participates in reading clinics given for public school directors. 



Concert Band 




Composed of approximately 100 mole performers, the Marching Band presents pre-gomeond half-time shovi/s at each home football gome and 
of one or more out-of-tov\/n gomes. The membership of the Marching Bond is not separate from other groups in the University Bond program 
but overlaps membership in the three concert bonds, and operates concurrently with the concert group during football season. The Maryland 
Marching Band represents the finest in quality entertainment for mojor college football, and since great emphasis is ploced upon music as 
well OS marching, special arrangements ore prepared, and the fine instrumentalists in the University Bond program ore utilized in developing 
full and balanced ensemble sound for outdoors. 



Marching Band 



548 Organizations 



A select Symphony Band is organized at the beginning of the school year with a balanced instrumentation currently numbering seventy-five 
players. The Symphony Band presents a formal concert on campus in January, embarks on on annual tour during Registration Week in Febru- 
ary, holds a recording session in February, presents formal concerts in April and May, and performs at other functions such as the annual 
President's Convocation in the Cole Building, reading clinics of nevi/ music for public school directors, and single evening concerts in various 
communities as an addendum to its annual tour. 



Symphony Band 




The university Varsity Bond is a large concert performing organization which provides an opportunity for students not members of the select 
Symphony Band to participate on a full year basis. It provides a place for all students who hove had high school instrumental training to con- 
tinue music education in college regardless of chosen areas of study at the university level. 



Varsity Band 



Organizations 549 




1, K. Lapp, 2. B. Cohen, 3. P. Jackson, 4. D. Cimokowski, 5. 
S. Solie, 6. L. Roberts, 7. B. Lawyer, 8. A. Rynarzewski. 



Color Guard 




Left to right: Terrie Schmidt, Jane Reidy, Glo Sessums, Kay Waesche, Donna Allwine. 



Majorettes 



550 Organizations 



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First Row: M. Curtin, N. Ring, K. Smith, J. Topei, J. Voranfskul, C, Pinilis, M. Hauver, R. Rowen, J. Leber. Second Row; S. Cauley, T. Sears, S. Perkins, P. Mich- 
aels, S. Hoopengardner, P. Duck, R. McKenzie. Third Row: M. Smith, B. Saunders, C. Thomas, R. Meese, M. Durand, M. Avrick, E. Henley, M. Kelly. 



Chamber Chorus 



Chapel Choir 



First Row: S. Yanike, H. Jones, E. Newton, M. Spenee, sec, J. Johnson, R. MacNab, R. Cobb, pres.; C. Copper, P. Myers, S. Safreed, B. Waring, L. Marple. Second 
Row: B. Szymanski, J. Snyder, S. Prouty, J. Bruns, C. Teague, R. Hennessy, A. McCroy, A. Stetson, N. Simon, J. MacCubbin,'B. Hanvey, R. Moncure, B. Baker, 
J. Impoff, E. Knopik, J. Brewer. Third Row: P. Kanieski, M. Bailey, D. Steely, B. Folcoo, B. Garner, J. Fitch, R. Waldron, G. Spitzer, librarian, M. Gruen, T. Bun- 
nell, J. Carter, M. Batemon, E. Griggs, M. Tompkins, K. MacNeil, A. Tompkins. Fourth Row: M. Mudd, P. Brewer, T. Howard, L. Kerr, J. Chinn, C. Welch, P. 
Gilmore, G. Zoleski, C. Buppert, v. pres.,- R. Faulkner, J. Ferro, T. Boucom, P. Vickery, hist., J. Lee, robe libr., N. Stovrou, L. Schaub, T. L. Price, K. Frye. 




Organizations 551 



Flying 
Follies 




1. S. Klass-V.P., 2. 0. Basil-Advisor, 3. H. Yaffe- 
Sec, 4. J. Cournoyer- Director, 5. L. Polen-Pres., 
6. S. Silverman, 7. C. Maier, 8. C. Erdmann, 9. D. 
Crossley, 10. R. Emanuel, 11. C. Eckart, 12. M. Dan- 
sicker, 13. L. Huddleston, 14. S. Beckemheimer, 15. J. 
Wannen, 16. S. Cochell, 17. D. Hill, 18. D. Williams, 
19. H. Beneshe, 20. D. Benson, 21. R. Trencher, 22. A. 
Whitehead, 23. B. Morcus, 24. P. Kovich, 25. R. Wil- 
liams, 26. E. Bark, 27. C. Nelson, 28. R. Burroughs, 
29. M. Walter, 30. A. Northern. 




Gymkana 



552 Organizations 



I. M. Comberiate, 2. S. Gammon, 3. M. Wit- 
enstein-Treas., 4. M. Comiskey, 5. E. Puc- 
cinelli, 6. R. Daniel, 7. E. Whitney, 8. B. 
Stever, 9. 0. Benisek-V.P., 10. B. Hillman, 

I I. R. Contino, 12. L. Drake, 13. J. Martin- 
Sec, 14. D. Bailey, 15. D. Cheng, 16. T. Com- 
beriate, 17. M. Debenski, 18. M. Baker, 19. L. 
Louie, 20. M. Louie, 21. K. Lake, 22. R. Bloy- 
er, 23. M. Vaden, 24. J. Horgett, 25. L. 
Strachmon, 26. S. Olds, 27. J. Lewis, 28. C. 
Backert, 29. J. Murray, 30. D. Zeisel-Pres., 
31 . L. Lipmon, 32. H. Griffin, 33. B. Sch«/artz, 
34. L. Gregory, 35. T. Boone, 36. Dr. G. Kram- 
er-Director, 37. J. White, 38. B. frew, 39. 
L. Chubb, 40. J. O'Mora, 41. P. Howe, 42. N. 
Black, 43. T. Hannah, 44. D. Davidson. Not 
shown: C. Dempsey, M. Hall, R. Jaquith, P. 
Pope, P. Rhodenbaugh, V. Annin, D. Elleby, 
C. Nyberg, R. Reinhart, D. Wheeler, R. Huber. 






First Row: J. Mintzer, C. Greene, E. Zippermon, N. Widmayer, D. Kelley, sec.; 
S. Fitzgerald, B. Marcus, V. Clise, J. Peay, R. Purneli, G. Mendelson, sec.; S. 
Christie, N. Kutson, R. Richardson, E. Flowers, D. BIythe, W. Szumny, S. 
McComos, mngr. Second Row: S. Silverman, B. Stitt, C. Weissenberg, L. Mar- 
pie, N. Weiss, G. Wright, P. Morarre, M. Lason, B. Spoda, R. Schneider, J. 
Cain, N. Naden, F. Molanur, R. Langavin, B. Schmidt, J. Blumenthal, J. Mate- 
sky, B. Dye, L. Trousevin, J. Carr. Third Row: N. Best, B. Thompson, P. Forkel, 
D. Behnke, S. Garrett. M. Seibert. K. Larner, P. Turner, G. Miyosaki, v. pres.; 
M. Harmon, P. Park, C. Blum, E. Smith, P. Collette, K. Rechen, W. Lesher, K. 
Aston, C. Balser, pres.; A. Cliffton, B. Hibbert, D. Palasynoski, J. McCamont, 
treas., M. Bender. Fourth Row: I. Jordan, C. Nelson, P. Kovitch, L. Faina, R. 
Rockwell, M. Gorman, E. Morreale, pres.; K. Lawrence, J. Stewart, C. Engle, 
treas.; S. Kremenak, M. Shrier, P. Gilmore, A. Spada, K. Davenport, J. Lobbon, 
J. Westreich, A. Whitehead, T. Bradshaw, D. Davidson, J. Mohvich, D. Jones, 
B. Schroum, v. pres., D. Smith, C. Barnhart. 



Men's and Women's 
Glee Clubs 



Opera Workshop 



H. Morarre, 2. E. Jurgela, 3. W. Winden - Director, 4. R. Weilen- 
mann, 5. G. Fennel, 6. D. Goettee, 7. D. Harper, 8. M. Dutterer, 9. 
D. Patterson, 10. B. Braunstein, 11. S. Shaffer, 12. B. Oliver, 13. 
J.Heater, 14. E.Hill, 15. E.George. 





I. J. Eisenberg, 2. B. Holmes, 3. J. Censor, 4. L. Wojtanowski, 5. D. Phil- 
ips, 6. J. Amberson, 7, R. Marr, 8. E. Berger, 9. L. Hosko, 10. J. Struntz, 

II. S. Pavis, 12. J. Sauder, 13. B. Leonard, 14. A. Abrams-V.P. of News, 
15. C. Eckert, 16. A. Zemsky- Pres., 17. E. Schenker, 18. S. Berberich- 
V.P. of Drama, 19. W. Washburn, 20. N. Stein, 21. B. Kreisman, 22. B. 
Brooks, 23. K. Schwartz, 24. R. Moore, 25. S. Fleming, 26. P. Warren, 27. 
H. Zelkovitz, 28. Rocci Fisch-Treas. 



Radio & Television Workshop 




University Theatre 



1. S. Rattick, 2. C. Cade-Pres., 3. I. Wilner, 
4. D. Draper, 5. H. Bagdasian, 6. J. Freeman, 
7. R. Ebling. 



554 Organizations 





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Editor's Note 




1969 was a good year, a full year, and my last 
year at the University of Maryland. I look on this 
TERRAPIN as my farewell and my memories. It has 
560 pages of work, tears- both of joy and disap- 
pointment, and it has been 560 thrilling experiences. 

My staff was excellent. They worked late, long, 
and faithfully. Without their confidence, enthusiasm, 
and plain hard work, there would hove been no TER- 
RAPIN. So it is to each and every one of them that I 
soy Thank you, Congratulations, and the best of luck 
next year. To Mr. Geroci, TERRAPIN advisor, I con 
only repeat-Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. And 
I owe special thanks to my newly wed husband, 
Richard, for putting up with all those late night 
deadlines, to my mother for her sympathy, and to Dr. 
Wright, my advisor and friend, for giving me the 
support to remain at Maryland and to finish this 
book. 

We tried to have the TERRAPIN emphasize the 
change that has taken place on Maryland's campus 
this year. Change has also been the guideword for 
creating the 1969 TERRAPIN. 

We have more color than ever before, more 
special effects, and just plain more. The book was 
increased to 18,000 copies, making us by far the 
largest yearbook in the country. Our octuol size in- 
creased almost a hundred pages — we gave more in- 
dividual coverage to Residences, Greeks, Commut- 
ers, Sports, and feature. 

Our senior section is my pride and joy. It is, for 
once, one of the more attractive portions of the 
book. Delma Studios, our professional photograph- 
ers, did a quality job, photographing more seniors 
than ever before. 

We grouped the Residence Halls by areas and at- 
tempted a story on each, each area being written 
up by one of its residents. To spark ingenuity, a 
$25.00 prize was offered to both the Residence Hall 
and Greek house which exhibited the most original 
pose. Our winners, selected by Elaine Williams, 
Journalism secretary, and Mr. Geroci, TERRAPIN 
advisor, were La Plata 1 and Lambda Chi Alpha. We 
were most pleased with everyone's cooperation and 
feel it helped add much to the book. 

This year the bulk of the book is printed on 80 lb. 
Dull Enamel paper with the senior section on 70 lb. 
Stiple Tone. The headline type style is Bodoni, the 
body type is Spartan Book Condensed. Our seniors 
and group photographer was Delma Studios of New 
York, represented by Bill Mclntyre. The cover, de- 
signed by Richard Clark, was manufactured by 
Kingskraft (Kingsport Press, Inc.) in Kingsport, 
Tennessee. 

We hove put all our ideas and all our efforts into 
these 560 pages. We only hope that each of you will 
find a memory or more,- we hope that you will enjoy 
and appreciate the 1969 TERRAPIN as much as the 
staff did producing it. 







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1969 Terrapin Staff 

Editor-in-Chief Susie (Kaminski) Clark 

Business Manager Dick Rhudy 

Assistant and Photo Editor Tony Anthony 

Layout Editor Carol Duke 



Section Editors 

Greeks Richard Clark 

Diane Koutsouros 
Brickie Warren 

Honoraries Teddi Howard 

Organizations Luci Beach 

Queens Christy Walker 

Residences Dave Morath 

Seniors Cathy Sacks 

SGA Juanita Stallman 

Sports Chuck Blische 



Copy 

Chuck Blische 
PatFarrell 
Katie Ford 
Jerry Jones 
Ken Kostelecki 
Dave AAorath 
Dick Rhudy 



Layout 

Carol Duke 
Juanita Stallman 



Staff 

Sharon Eisenhart 
Linda Ephraim 
Margaret Goodrich 
John Hamill 
Barbara Healey 
Cindy Jenkins 

Porter Wise 



Roger Karr 

Diane Koutsouros 

Penny Lane 

Peggi Ulmon 

Linda Walker 

Kothy Weaver 



Photo Staff 

Tony Anthony 
Tom Beck 
Neil Britt 
Mark Jacobs 
Tom Wilson 
Steve Vogel 



Contributing 
Photographers 

Bruce Alperstein 
Kerry Akin 
Dave Bourdon 
Jerry Brandt 
Bill Clark 

Sheldon Fingerman 
Warren Hill 
Gay Honeycutt 
Gary Hubbard 
MarkKorber 
Fran Napier 
John Stevens 
Alan Zenuk 



Published by the 

Student Government Association 



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General Index 



Feature 1- 87 

Administrators 103-113 

Board of Regents 114-115 

Religion 80- 85 

SGA 88-102 

Table of Contents 17 

Academics 116-223 

Colleges w/honoraries 118-153 

Agriculture 118-119 

Architecture 120-121 

Arts and Sciences 122-129 

Business and Public Administration 130-137 

Education 138-139 

Engineering 140-143 

Home Economics 144-145 

Library and Information Science 146-147 

Physical Education, Recreation, 

and Health 148-151 

University College 152-153 

Honoraries 154-159 

Seniors 160-223 

Queens 226-241 

Homecoming 228-230 

Derby Day 231 

Pledge 232 

Military Boll 233 

Best Dressed 234-237 

Miss University of Maryland 238-239 

Sports 242-299 

Football 246-255 

Cheerleaders 256-257 

Soccer 258-263 

Basketball 264-273 




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Wrestling 274-277 

Swimming 278-279 

Cross Country 280-282 

Track 283-285 

Lacrosse 286-291 

Baseball 292-295 

Tennis 296-297 

Golf 298-299 

Student Life 300-493 

Commuters 302-313 

Greeks 314-413 

Feature 314-327 

(Listed Alphabetically) 330-413 

Residences 413-493 

Feature 414-425 

Cambridge 426-439 

(Listed Alphabetically) 428-439 

Denton 440-453 

(Listed Alphabetically) 442-453 

Ellicott 454-468 

(Listed Alphabetically) 456-468 

Fire Prevention Service 468-469 

Hill Area 470-489 

(Listed Alphatically) 472-489 

International House 468-469 

Mobile Units 490-493 

(Listed Alphabetically) 492-493 

Organizations 

(Listed Alphabetically) 494-528 

Communications 

(Listed Alphabetically) 529-546 

Performing Arts 

(Listed Alphabetically) 547-554 






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