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Directory 12 21 78 99 153 169 ABOVE LEFT-Original building in Brooklyn on Adelphi Street in 1863. Total enrollment consisted of 57 students, LOWER LEFT-Seeking a solution of its saturation point by 1929 ot 625 students on the Brooklyn location, the college was moved to its present site of 75 acres in Garden City. The year is 1937-showing Adelphi's entire physical plant of three buildings. UPPER RIGHT-The Swirbul Memorial Library, named in honor of Mr. Leon A. Swirbul, co-founder of the Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation. LOWER RIGHT -The Cadet Nurse Corps in review in the early 194O's, 2 V l ,Lis -If ww, A FIRST AT ADELPHI The story of Adelphi University is o story of firsts, beginning here in Brooklyn where its first closses were held in l896. The smoll college grew ropidly, i899 seeing the first sporks of the sister closs trodition with o porty given by the iunior closs for the freshmen ond l9Ol morking the beginning of student government. Three yeors loter sow the first notionol sorority come to compus, ond l907 brought ocodemic growth with the open- ing ofthe college's first summer session. But firsts ot Adelphi hove never been limited to its own internol growth, The erection of these three buildings in Garden City in 1929 mode Adelphi College the first college on Long lslond. The l93O's then brought Ruth St. Denis to orgonize the first donce deportment in on Americon college, cmd i939 sow the election of Adelphi's first repre- sentotives to Who's Who in Americon Colleges ond Universities. 3 A GARDEN CITY COLLEGE BECOMES A UNIVERSITY With World War ll, Military Reviews were common on Adelphi's cam- pus, as the college used its nursing program, itself a national first, to conduct a cadet nursing program. Return to peace brought further expansion and the return of men to campus. The year i949 marked the beginning of the still present parking problem. Expansion brought additions in curriculum and facilities, but there was still a need for a library large enough to accommodate the growing stu- dent body. This year, i963-I964, its first year as a university, Adelphi witnessed the ofhcial opening of the Swirbul Library, named in honor of Mr. Leon A. Swirbul, co-founder of the Grumman Aircraft Engineer- ing Corporation, which contributed most of the funds for its construc- tion. This beautiful and impressive structure marks the realization of one dream and the promise of others to come. As a university in its first year, Adelphi is iust beginning to grow. Its present sixteen buildings will eventually become many more, with plans being made for a new men's dormitory, a Student Union Building, an Institute of Creative and Performing Arts, a classroom and business building, and an annex to the science and mathematics building. Stu- dent enrollment is also increasing, with the present 6,809 possibly reaching I0,000 by I97O. This continuous procession of firsts at Adelphi shows a spirit of progress in which we all have shared and from which we all can learn a lesson. As with Adelphi, our lives have shown continuous growth, hers resulting in university status and ours in adulthood. Also as with Adelphi, our attainment of this new status must not be the signal for stagnation, but for further progress. For this realization, perhaps first in importance for us, we can only say thank you, Adelphi. x f 3 I rr 'Q- , F , E Qs. K g 5 V A " :.. 543. 55 I 'ffiisk 3 3 , if sf A-A A W 5 Q E X if o Then a shrill alarm sent a wave typ shock hom the other. Suddenbr radios and televisions magnetized our hearing and our seeing. Classes disbanded. Laughter ceased. "The President if the United States has been cut down by an assassin's bullet in Dallas," said the announcer. "His co present time. We will keep you infarmed with bulletins as soon as we receive themf' T ou Wz'shed T ou Could Be At BV Michael C. Luckmon The day was histopr and Adelphi students were to be caught up in it. It was a bright Friday-Friday, November 22. Thosewith earhr classes had alreaay packed their books and ld for a weekend at home. But most stu- dents had ajternoon classes, and so they congregated in the snack bars over extended lunches, chatted in the parking lots or did whatever one does to pass time. Some students already were in their one ojclock classes. Some were awaiting their two olclock classes. one end cy' the campus to ndition is uncertain at the An associate ran into my :Woe and in a high pitched voice which cracked when he blurted out, "President Kennedy has been shot! " The dormitories knew. Then the students laughing in the snack bar knew. Then the administrators and teachers working in Levermore Hall knew. A hearsefell over the campus. The Side iyfa Loved One As tragedy struck, students rushed to their radios. A small group con- gregating around a car radio grew to a crowd. The small people and the big people qfthe campus were drawn together in common sorrow. Per- sonal and political dwarences melted during those silent minutes. The radio reports begged our attention. But somehow the announcers couldnjt supphf enough infirmation on the President's condition. It was like a close relative or member ryfthefamibz or next door neighbor being lost at sea andyou stoodpraying and hoping, leaning on the slim chance that he would be saved. 0728. Grief on that fatqful F riday was an aching murmur that intensfed as the minutes ticked away and conflicting re ports on the Presidents condition were given 2' ou wished you could be at the Dallas hospital at the side o a loved Then, all too quickbz, the inevitable resounded. "President Kennedy is dead! " T ou heard what you didn't want to hear. T ou shook your head in disbelief as a little child would tm to shake cyj' a bad dream. But it was real enough. 2' our friends were standing next to you with tears in their eyes. Ajew girls withfamiliarfaces broke out into hysteria. Andyour heart was tugged. On the other side gf the campus, students approached the-flagpole. Thq glanced upward at a flag which had once flown over the nation's Cap- itol. The sky was now growing darker. Dutifulbf, thq lowered the flag to hay' mast. Toujourngied to Washington or a uneral Monday a funeralfor a manyou had never met but had learned to love. T ou were joined by other students who elt a respon sibiligz to be present You stepped onto Capitol street and right bqforeyour eyes stood an empgf caisson drawn by three pairs of gray horses. Off to the side stood a black horse. T ou walked up to the caisson until you were onhr inches A t . . . from it. Thenyou touched it. You noticed a broaaQ black leather-strap which would secure the President's bier. The sides were draped in black. It was the same caisson that carried President Lincoln. T ou looked up at the crowd. The faces were young . . . high school stu- dents and college students . . . tiny tots and grade schoolers. Their par- ents came too. The masses stood in unQ'orm and in evegiday clothing. Some were laymen and some were clergymen. Some werejbreign born and some were native born. Some were dignitaries and some were ditch- diggers. Your mindjlashed back to Friday aj?ernoon. The solemniyz etched in the jzces was the same. The Faces Were Young. The bier in still silence was carried down the steps ofthe Capitol. T ou recalled how some fellow students vigiled through a long night to see the bier resting in the Great Rotunda, and how thgf were turned away at the j?1ot cj the Capitol steps. The bier was slid onto the empgf caisson. The strap was tightened around the flag-drapped casket. . P V Slowbi the march zfmujled drums began to roll toward St. Matthews Cathedral and onward to Arlington National Cemetagz. The hushed crowds waved goodbye, as the President retraced the route he had made up Pennylvania Avenue hr his Inauguration. Inside the covered casket lay Kennedy the margir, Kennedy the leader, Kenneay the writer of histogi. He would no longer lead a nation. His pen would no longer write. 2' ou lw Washington and traveled across the ciyi into Magzland. A radio announcer eloquentbf described the movingfuneral scene. Taps echoed across Arlington. Wz'th the last notes you turned to your right and viewed thick wisps cyf clean, white smoke rising toward the heavens. john Fitzgerald Ifenneay was committed to the ages. Michael Luckmcm-Class of 1964 . - 1 f 'kivmf . 8 wg ?-gq?'-- X , g . ,.'-4,,. ,W Q f'R. i n W , , ,, ' , Nr V , 3 Xin' ' w.g.v::k T2 , W V Wg: 56355 k'V- ,V , ffm. A wk MTN., 7. ,b 3213. ,vga .snu- ,,,.n"' ' f' ,,y.n+-A .K , ..,....,...-f' 5.1.51 ' . 1-LW, - K ig-?'?"S? , .. ,, I, x 1 Ye, 2. .Q Q30 5 1: .1 ,Ja A 4 ""v-W... . , . Qi E ,E . 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I I V If ,-'. nay? I ' I ,.,- , .sg 'pg - . .Qs M f um 1 Q if ,mffgr -, ',f, M. a k , 7,5 7 I, I ,W 1 . ,fi 1 7- J 4: H -Saw , . ' 1' 1 " 'FW f 'Q' 1 ' 'E F' Q, K5 I 5 ' ' , Q J J : ff .. .. 4' Wir' ., . ,af - . ' 3. up ,IQ i- 5 . f ' A rv , 7 HI A' 1 i w A . 4 L .1 : ,, .1 ,1 .' I 1, 1 s' I : X' ' J W' I ' :J 5 ' Q ,' ' 5 1 ' J J ' if , , 'v , ' " a' I 2 , , 5 f 1 I .2 Q 1 4 4 THE NEXT QUARTER OF A CENTURY From the vantage point if twengzfve years at Adelphi, I may be permitted to visualize what may happen to Adelphi Universigl. It seems reasonable to assume that the twengf-two hundred undergraduates fy' the Carden Cigf campus will become a student boay jjqve thousand during the next quarter M a centugz. Admis- sion requirements will continue to be raised and the selection process will be substantialbz im- proved. More and more high school students will be admitted with advanced standing. The enrollment :yr the junior and senior classes will be increased by the admission if the most promising graduates M the junior and communigz colleges. The curriculum will have a greater depth and will be substantialbi revised in the light if new knowledge in science and a greater understanding M human beings and their aajustments to the new social order. The members if the Christian churches will be functioning in closer coordina- tion through a better understanding Q' the close relationship with judaism and a wider recogni- tion Q' the common elements among all the religions M the world. On the graduate-przwssional level, the masters degree in all disciplines will become almost as common as the bachelor's degree is today. Additional przwssional schools and a wider distribu- tion ofthe doctorial degree may be expected. Beginning with the proposed new science and classroom building, you may expect to see the Cen- ter rf the Creative and Perwrming Arts as the "heart if the campus." Then other buildings will be constructed hr the Institute M the Behavioral and Social Sciences which will probabbf be asso- ciated with the medical school if the State Universigf. Greater coordination and more efficient use if the total resources may be expected between Adelphi Universigf, Adebbhi Simlk College, Hzyfstra Universigz, and Post College Q' Long Island Uni- versigz with the communigf colleges and the Stony Brook campus M the State Universigf. These projections may appear visionary but based on our experience mf the past twenyfjive years at Adelphi, I suggest that the realities M1988 will probabbf prove that we were veg: conserva- tive in 1964. LMW ww. . ., ,MM ,, ,, . ,., , , Ii , J figis' L I -fiii iiw' W. WARREN EICKELBERG Vice President for Development 8K Public Relations dm E , , EILEEN JACOBI Deon of School of Nursing F. RHODES HENDERER Vice President ALFRED E MOON Vice President for Business Sf Finonce M MARY C. MCGRILLES Deon of Foculty RICHARD F. CLEMO Deon of School of Generol Sfudies WILLIAM J. CONDON, JR. Deo n of Students inn in ,fe-'egg A-egg RUTH S. HARLEY Deon of Women ROGER WINGETT I Deon of Men DANIEL L. BRATTON Deon of Admissions I3 'N -we aff '--9. I' D. NORA GALLAGHER HENRIETTA AMENT DORIS CAPRA DONALD KELLY Heod Librdrion ond CirculotionLibroric1n Reference Libroricxn Cotolog Librorion Librory Stott if rf' ROSEMARY FEENEY RUTH S. KEEN ROBERT W. MILLER WILLIAM JONES JOHN SPIERS WILLIAM WELCH Registror Bursor Supt. ot Bldgs. 84 Asst Deon of Asst Deon of -:,-35" ELEANOR HAUB Ass't. to President Grounds Admissions Admissions 'N-Q MARY T. EGGINTON GERTRUDE LUCILLE BORDINI ELIZ O NEILL Ass't. to Deon ot ANDERSON Asst to Deon of Director of Plocement Generol Studies Ass't. to Deon ot Women Students sl N-W, KATHERINE RANGOS LOLA MCMANUS Director of Director ot Publicity ROSE WILLIAMS . . Publications Director ot Alumni KATHLEEN H. LOWRIE Director ot Women's Residences RUTH LINCKS GERTRUDE WEIMAN ALICE RICHARDS PAULA HEYNE Receptionist Ass't. Director ot Supervisor Student Asst Director of of Bookslore Student Personnel Activities Bldg. Student Personnel I MURRAY ABRAMSON AKINSOLA DONALD ALBERT ELEANOR ALESI DAVID ARBEIT HAROLD ALLEN Mothemotics AKIWOWO Physics Nursing Business Philosophy 84 Religion Sociology Administration FACULTY GLORIA BECKERMAN JOHN BELL JAMES F. BENDER HARRY BERNSTEIN FREDERICK English English Business Adm. Director Donce BETTELHEIM ot M.B.A. Progrcim Chemistry W. 2 RAYMOND BIGGAR FREDERICKA RICHARD BODTKE RICHARD BONHAM JOHN BOON HARRY BRENOWITZ English BLANKNER English Biology French Biology Clossics xN X ' 41 PATRICIA BROWN HENRY BRYSK ALLEN BURNS CONCETTA CABRAL GRACE CANTONE Education Physics Hist. 81 Govt. Biology Art CANTY IRVING CARTON CLAIRE COLLINS MARIE CONKLIN JOHN CONROY General Language Economics Chairman Biology English ill , XNXXN 8g Dramatic Arts VANDA CRAMER Spanish PAUL CROSSER MARGARETE WILLIAM LEE CURRY GORDON DERNER LISANDRO DIAZ Economics CUNNINGHAM English Dir. of Clinical Spanish German Psychology Training EMIL DILLARD DOROTHY DISHER BELLE DUBIN ALVA EBERSOLE ROBERT ERNST Psychology Home Economics Chairman Spanish Hist. 81 Govt. English DC Director at Inter-Col leg late .thletics-Phys. Ed. DONALD FAIRHURST RUTHERFORD EMANUEL FISCHER MARION FORER PAUL FRISCH General Language 8 FISCHER Mathematics Nursing Mental Health Center FAHERTY German Physics Chief Psychology 15 PAUL LANGELLIER VICTOR LARSON EDNA LAWRENCE RICHARD LEAVITT FRANK LEE ELIZABETH Chairman French Biology Education Biology Chairman Sociology Education Dept. R. W. LINDQUIST MELVIN LYON ALICE MALMUDE ELIZABETH MANN JERRY MARCH Physics Psychology Nursing English Chemistry LOUIS MARCKS CLARK MARLOR HELEN SEDELMEYER JOHN MATTHEWS FLORENCE MALY RALPH German Sr General Speech Physical Ed. Chairman Education Art Education Language Dept. x Xxx eljz QAM EVA MERRETT German 7 , DONALD MILMAN Supervising Psychologist Psychology SUNG MOON JAMES MURRAY RUTH MULLER Chemistry English Education ff I ll O, X NXXNxi SIEGFRIED MULLER JAMES NAKAMURA W. GRAFTON ARVILLA NOLAN MARIE-ROSE MYRON Chairman German 84 Economics NEALLY Chairman Health 81 General Language Hist. 81 Govt. Physical Education French Depl. 1 ALFRED OLSON Business Administration Cul I FI Uoovv HLU OI UHKI FAKIXO KUDIZKI YADUI II KIL.I'1AKU YIZKLNLAN ORENPAHL Education Physical Ed, Philosophy Chairman Business . , I Economics Dept. Administration Yr MARY LOU PLUGGE JULIA PRATT EDITH PROCTOR LAWRENCE RASMUSSEN ARSHI PIPA Chairman Speech Arts Physical Ed. Physical Ed. Chairman Music lfglign Dept. Department ELIZABETH REICHERT Business Administration . if' . at Ruin mum:-muouw EIVXILIKJ nlvclv-x HOWARD ROBINSON KIRA ROBINSON RITA ROSENBERG Spanish Education Chairman Physics Russian Chairman Home Dept. Economics 19 -x xXX 'AV 'lg lf, .IQ R CLAUD RUGGIAN ABBI RUTLEDGE HAROLD SCHAEFFER MADELINE SCHWAID GLENDA SHAFFIR Physical Education Physical Education Health and Phys. Nursing Sociology Education md' Y 4' ' 4,-v BIRDSALL VIAULT ABRAHAM ANTHONY SISTI FRED SIBLEY RUTH SKIN NER History Si Govt. SHENITZER Chemistry Biology Physical Education Mathematics 6-5-Lf Y' x iff' ,Jaan ww:- DONALD SMITH STANLEY WINDWER FRED TERMAN MADELYN TODD REMO TRIVELLI Education Chemistry Physics Chemistry Italian -635' ALFRED VOGEL IRENE VOIGHT SPYROS VRATSANOS LOUISE WARE JOSEPH WGN-ANTE .Choirmon Nursing Chemistry Heod of Resegrch 84 Deon Chemistry Deportment Teochang Sociology School of Sociol Work ' . if . V' g ...... .... -......... ........... .,,...... ..,. ,.......,.. ..f... MARGARET BARBARA WATSON Nursing Choirmon Nursing Speech WITTMAN English Philosophy 81 Religion Nursing 'nr-f 7 3 DONALD WOLF English PETER LIPMAN WULF WARREN YASSO STEPHEN YEH Art Physics Sociology 411 'Xxx ' ' 1. il 3 . 1 , 2 2 ig? if :Wu 1. V yum. M "HEL, ff'-fa Z.. -'Z 5 'ffsdxr K v u lf 1 TQ. TIES fi ggi?-. I -A inf" gpm? ...u--M' wig fl' MARTIN BLACK LEWIS CAMPANELLA BONNIE FOX 'M-x HOWARD GULKER DOROTHY HABBEN .4-ug 'il wg, EDWARD HANUS SYLVIA HARTSTEIN BARBARA HEROLD II f 3 'f jffilj in IN' If I W ,S " f "" w I I Mrk wmwu ' '36 fm -fag 'SKLM PM 3? I I s. I 1? DANIEL JAMIESON gf' MARCIA HILTON NINA IERADI SUSAN KAPLAN if W--.. ,FHKIHUQ ,JE KATHRYN LOWER ANNE MQCKAY wi-io's WHO Members of the Student Council and the senior members ot Judicial Board, under the direction ot the Deans, meet in a closed meeting at the beginning ot each scholastic year to designate the most out- standing students ot the Senior Class. These students, whose names are submitted to the national directory at Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, are selected on the basis of their scholastic records and their contributions to Adelphi. All forms at service and participation in college attairs are considered. The students on these pages have shown the outstanding qualities necessary and have therefore been accorded the honor ot being included in Who's Who. I ELLEN MCGRATH MILDRED MURPHEY PENNY PORT KAL RAUSTIALA MICHAEL RUDY insist 'E xi DEMPSTER LEECH MICHAEL SCHECKTER BARRY SCHWARTZ IRA SELSKY WENDY STONE 43' E'- JOHANNA VECCHIONE ELIZABETH WEISS DIANE ZEESE JAMES WAVLE VIRGINIA ZIEGLER 23 Not Pictured CONSTANTINOS DODOS Q Academic Homecoming is oft to a good start. ACADEMIC HCMECOMING Team of specialists probe the civil rights conflict W. Science and moth profs meet to ponder future. 24 IW' Adelphi University Garden City Long lsland New York New York Being the editor of a college yearbook is a very great honor and also a grave responsi- bility. The editor is usually faced with the problem of capturing a whole year of college life and recording it forever within a bright cover. This year, however, the job was even more dilticult. ln T963-4 many wonderful and important things have happened to Adelphi. This year and its yearbook are not the end of something, but rather the beginning of a new era on the Adelphi campus. Still, this year is the tirst ear f ' y or many things. Consequently, the theme of the T964 Oracle is "Firsts" T964 marks the first year of Adelphi's new University status. This event can be traced back to a small academy in Brooklyn. lt has taken many years to make Adelphi "Long islands oldest liberal arts college and newest university." This first year has been a busy one for everyone here at Adelphi. The administration and the student body all were involved in the new status. lt was a proud day when the word was announced that Adelphi had become a University. The T964 Oracle attempts to highlight Adelphi's history from the academy days to the present. lt hopes to recall the thrill that swept the campus when the news was released. Further it hopes to instill a true feeling of pride in Adelphi's rapid and prominent growth. T9 y operation. The road toward com- pleting the library was a long and hard one. For a while it seemed that the Library might never open. Finally, in August, the doors were opened to the Adelphi community. lt is a beautiful buildin whi h ll ' ' ' g c a students, faculty and administration of Adelphi should be proud. 64 also marks the first year of the Swirbul librar 's When reading through the T964 Oracle, again, remember that this yearbook is not the last, but rather the first. Th T9 ' ' e 64 Oracle must live on because what follows one, but two and three and an eternity. Cr , aent, patience and oper- ation of many people. People like Alexis Vitali Benson, Joan Marchetti, Bruce Bardes, John Lewis, Jeff Seide, Liz Weiss and Lillian Haug were all indispensable. Also many thanks to Michael Luckman and Mary Richardson for their valuable aid. Finally, special thanks to Phil St. Pierre of American Yearbook and Aaron Jarret and Bernie Friedman of Carol Studios, without whose hel th d p e ream of the T964 Oracle would not have become a reality. eating the T964 Oracle was a job which required the skill t l Nina Meyers . JOAN MARCHETTI Senior Portraits Editor FERN GUIOR Copy Editor oijOHN"fLEWIS WN ELIZABETH WEISS Literary Editor """""'1-nv Sports Editor BRUCE BARDES Sports Editor ALEXIS BENSON suing... DIANE ROTHSCHILD Managing Editor Activities Editor PAUL HOLLAN DER Business Manager MADELX B JACOBSOB Faculty Portraits Editor HO WN STAFF NL fair! u an in - My 377 W.. ,W Sigma Delta Pi Naf'l Spanish Honorary FRONT ROW-A. Lesser, M. Maloney, C. Velazquez. BACK ROW-Dr. Richardson, Dr. Ebersole H.II I FRONT ROW-M, Glass, S. Plauf, E. Frye, G. Gorfin, B. Knees, BACK ROW-M. Black, I. Ball, R. Stare I e Schwartz, P. Lane, Rabbi Lichfenberg, G. He-bel, E. Mefchur, R. Flower, M. Greene. 'U- : ro. .MJW rant. gs ,E fn K I. x Q I I E . . Y L P 2 Q . Ii . If S I if , I 4 tg ' I If x History Guild FRONT ROW-M. Alper, B. Druss, B. Vioult, I. Selsky, P. Lobb, B. Deutch. BACK ROW-R, Bronco, D. Ippolito, A. Levin, I.. Ccimponellci, B. Schwartz, M. Burns, P. Rothberg, M, Block, I.. Ames, T. Jones, E. Bress, Delta Omicron International FRONT ROW-V. Sloven, C. McDermott, D. Orloff. BACK ROW-J, Gray, R. Prince, M. Sporgimino, I. Hmllberg. 29 like-. .. , IIQ . SIE ..5I1f2.IIiIII ggg '15 3 an 2 it M551 Qgj if S . QIQ ' . .A 'J M 5 I 2 f I 2 Q . ng I tifilis l 5 I 2152 ig Q.. I : Ii 'T I CI as if I e A . ig, 1 AEK B L . - ,L K J .., University Weekend FRONT ROW-B. Epstein, L. Campanella, K. Joseph, M. Stern, A. Benson, J. Drasiol. BACK ROW-S. Sirkin, H. Tsagaris, L. Cesare. Dorm Residence Council FRONT ROW-A. Bentley, T. Nachman, K. Fraser, K. Jones, A. Karpas, M. Short. BACK ROW-W. Hall, L. Cornell, E. Hall, E. Weinfeld, M. Brunnel, C. Sierns, G. Dorm, B. Wallach, H. Harrison, M. Marvin. ,. .....z-pq--. Physics Club Z. Akian, R. Engelbrechi, C. Laufman, P. Burch, C. Fischer, J. Palumbo, J. Lenihan, E. Farber. 5 V 1. n L- iii .5 '52 -Q i if fi '73 "" . Q f if .Q Tl E l 7 il, if za I 7' ,vi Q I ' A -tr xr f i 'K e ' f I -A 1 J gi N. ig. .:. New , . ...N . sw l'f EIN . .y 'if' zz. , H. 'UN Round Table B. Miller, M. Murphey, D. Habben, E. Weiss, Fisher. E. Pi Delta Phi-French Honorary FRONT ROW-D. Torraca, M. Jacobson, M. Myron, P. Langellier, N. Ieradi, M. Nicholson. bv ,sc x.. :wi BACK ROW-R. Rovner, D. Klaus, L. Isaacson, L. Hang, E. Bloom, M. Maloney, M. McAn- drews. XV, . ,FN .ww Mafh Club FRONT ROW-M. Marshall, N. Smernoff, D. Bergmann. BACK ROW-M. Heinrich, J. Wisch. 31 YXX UNIV ,Q ,S .Q7 472, Com' A ' -U 0 5 qi fi 0,16 Shan MN ,896 O., me LEADER IN cnmus orfmbu A558-40 ,332 , if ,gill ,,.. 5 L , 1 UNIVERSITY REALIZE ig 12:32 v ,,i,sLfz::'ff -if 1, .L -,fr-w.w.w, ,,mvze :i "-lflfivs., hx K' ' " , 5 ,N W'PlTf'ff' ' zwgwffiig :Qi A X , MICHAEL C. LUCKMAN , . MEdif,or-in-chief ffirsi semesferj S v S Q : z , Air: 7,31,m.r,MM .. .N Xe 'imsbgiyw ,X W, ,K fi 7 . , ,M , , . 9' L. , ,ff A -N.: ,--ff x V f wt W 525:04 -si f'1S'fi', ,. MARY RICHARDSON g,yEditorfin-ghieffiffecond semesterj ' -'w,.,fQ1w11: ' i Wi?" 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The appearance of the paper has undergone some twenty 'face-Iiftings' during this period and yet has remained the primary organ of dispensing current campus news,iII+11rII, q As of has ot reporting and thereby earns its title as "The Leader in Campus Opinion." , my ,A . y y 'iitTakingfa reporioriaiifiiead ioirecord reiiect opinion, has inaugurated in-depth coverage ot events, newsanalysis, adminis- s tration,-I press conferences, and editoriai support of candidgtesrjorsysb campus eiections. rsi' i i'i' 'iiss i y M , f il M i e The goal of the ,Delphiari is tatlfollowigfgipoiicy ,,V ,give edironoi directii65Q7showf'i5yd tative at the student body as possible, At the some time the ,QV wil! after consfriictive or phases- M if ' ,I i-i- 'Y 'K 'Iii-'ii Iizgsw 'f,i-,QQ : .1-sw I, fi. I if 513327 ,iIIWaIgyg.,1Isy1z,, s, We I. ' 1 My ' Wiki?-2 if lf it Q- : ,ag-, -1Wf'Qii1f5Jx f has X sy.. , - :s,I ,uw , iimf ,'-, 4 . A sf WQIII ,W ' 3 1 5 RICHARD i-iARGRovE M s r , ,.,, . I . , - 3 '- '- r Arts Editor , A r I I, - 2 T'giif:j,:f-.,, i-Ev ,.-, , ' ,,,", ggi, II "" A, ' .eg -s'- fy-i',iQf'Qu1Qssfj za.-I wif sm 1 -L: , We I N sssr - 1 I fr . . g:iI::ff-IW I ? I w:Tfiff,:4!r5I QI , luis: ,X Us wpfifrkif-I is 'Q I -s i,y,,,., - 5 .f L it so , s, ,s,,i, M... ,..., 2 as Y ggi lg R W.:-I 'KL I I, - SHEMA SHAPIRO Feature Editor f sr'-rr 5QHN,H0g5,q,i i.ss . , Sports Editor i . .. Q i, W ss ff 5 I , f i"I, K fgewif ' ' , , I, 1 i M iflsigfli W w i II i I. . .ie , r ' 1' mails: io-ri .e Qs, riff i 4 'frI1rIi::f'- f"' I 2: 1 i l mm gg A 47,1 i 1 . Wifi siwiiazswa Efixlfsi ff W Big 'mais si K K V Mritgtg W kr In ,ww fgmgi wg! K . A, me ij. xi ,, fs W 'Y fbi RCJNALD WJLDIGGW' L ' ,F W ,iw 27 , sim, g'ire-QfrIIit+5si::iii,e' Kilim fl." Qggwigdpw Qg,m,,,,m,,, ,sw ,mi s3q,,.?Q,3La ,M ,,As . . xxsyr f ,V Wx, ,mg ,Q ,wiw y Q J Q K by 3 V 1 s, .swefcoIsiegffrffdltiggfm ,V-sigfysr,i:i,i zrzs.gi3iJiLz2w1zi.aAa eiissfm is i ,' Vim 'fm Q nr 'wie ainzz:,s:zs2::i.z,nrz :mais 1101 pm ie 1 9555? A ' 'gf H W" . ' i' 'Y J " , V, ' , , mm Im' Mggjisiim - WM-, ,-f,.i,,.M sc.. io, ,,m.m.., ,www gfmm J S x W 2 ' P4 A gn E5 '94 wh 152 Student Nurses Association FRONT ROW-l. Yuhasz, S. Bralow, L. Giambalro, -gt J. Silverman, A. Frasir, L. Kahn. BACK ROW-L. A D'Amico, E. Parks, M. Fitchett, D. Day, S. Lyon, . F. Helman. C er:.........lA25 , J is .. . . Q M 5' L is Q S 'L WLS S A Q. l . 5 ' Lt.L 2 to we in K sg . .sr AVVV i M K K I I ,mx E V. . K R H , 5 ..'k g K ' fi K L in - X ,. 5 Z . , . 9 V Q fi V N x b , S f'- 1 y 'if 7' H, get . lf., H 1 V '.v vs ' v rx Alpha Epsilon Delta Nat'l Pre Med Honorary FRONT ROW-L. Gottlieb, l. Weinfeld, P. Silver- man, M. Cohen, R. Davis. BACK ROW-B. Altman, R. Mausel, P. Carlton, M. Pollack, R. Fodor. Psychology Club FRONT ROW-M. Plaut, J. Ortiz, W. Rapp, M. Schultz, S. Hirschberg. BACK ROW-C. Wagman, C. Hilobard, E. Burros, G. Donahue, B. Haxthau- sen. E 1 s t is 'Eli . Q Q , L T253 KE ...gi '2 5323? . 2 M31 -lui WH BMW' 'nf I W AR' .A ' 9401 l was YY , , Le Cercle Francais FRONT ROW-T. Colin, R. Rovner, M. Nicholson, M. Pesselier, L. lsmcicson. BACK ROW-M. McAndrews, D. Klaus, Chamber Music Society FRONT ROW-L, Ehrlich, J. Gray, S. Sofwcxi, N. Shikes, C, Balch, L. Rusrnussen, H, Harrison, A. Korpos. BACK ROW-P. Sctzrncn, R, Slweskier, L. Cesare, J, Schwartz, F, Pinto, N. Prince, M. Sclmrfgloss, N. Sellzcr, M. Senff, T. Colin, I. Hullberg, C.McDer'nwo1T, E. Klein. 4 , 5 S is - I L A . . .,,,, if CZ"Zv ,... ' 'X KM if ' H, .. . 'K nw-Q '17 . .gig ff . S, :gig E Q .ilu ill Ui . I 3 in ill is -W- all gl ff- M 1 we 2,5 iw' A l 5i,i Q .HE .,, 1, ,. Sigma Alpha Eta-National Speech and Hearing Society FRONT ROW-M. Resfivo, G, Lewis, Dr. W. Canfield, D. Damrey, M. Kaye. BACK ROW-S. Efkin, D. Leichf, J. Gollieb, J. Marshall, l.. Ginsburg. SEATED-D 5 S Q Fi 6 Flambeau ean Condon, J. Wavle. STANDING-L. Campanella, B. Schwartz 'S ,s 3. 23 af 9 Delfa Tau Alpha J Scholastic Honorary P. Silverman, I. Weinfeld, M. Maloney. Y? Sv E 43" Y., Q Fall Festival FRONT ROW-S. Solomon, K. Jones, B. Samson, A. Silkalns, M, Aquino, S. Julian, S, Blufh, S. Batson. BACK ROW-H. Sessa, F. Smith. fx nv C.C.U.N. 1 f 6 1 E FRONT Row-M. Black, P. Rofhbefg, . H. Bryman, G. Graloowski, B, Deutsch A. Koppelman, N. Carpinelli, L, Lar- Tin, BACK ROW-P. Stern, J. Wolfe, Z. Akian, D. Chan, lvl. lbrahim, L Katz, J. Meer, D. Kaplan, G. Port. 37 if 2 - X .,..,,-, -1 'as . , f wr gui f A ,, 'n :AL , all L, L'L' ., , , , , In 1 .i,..,,,m-vxgefg .. 9 V rx , 0- K .3 . 1 ,, -Q' Q V 3 I K f an wifi' Mm X I, XB. 'Q v S' 1 if nf ,un W "' , Q H. x "' Kilim CW , X Q N-....W..M.f,..W -Y I , h SF wr. . W. . ' W ,f N, af Y W Q1-fswmwwsssmafzwwu' . .,,,,,,, , f, 1-' ' If-zkrzw ..,,. 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V-mszff:-.nw V..-v-',.-r -V -7 f , W --' . . 5 5 I if 2 9 . 4' pf 1? as K Q js? gf 6. , W 4 ffmgy,-gsz,-g, W R,g,,g?,,, .Q L. .kits . :L ssl'-""" 9415 A ss? 'L fi 6 -3 2 1 "' V 2 History Honor Society A. Burns, Dr. Camp, J. Field, B. Johnson, B. Viault Deutsch, E. Bress, D. lpolito. .J 1 l. Selsky, B 44 May Festival SEATED-D. Day, L. Campanella, P. Port, A. Zollar, M. Hilton, D Strubble, P. Barr, J. Vecchione, B, Desposito, H. Roberts. STANDING- J. Mahoney, S. Miller. Kappa Pi Art Honorary FRONT ROWfR. Messina, B, Woltering, L. Shnitzler, J. Shapiro, J Feinstein. BACK ROW-J. Rubin, J. Vecchione, K. Joseph, D. Welden A. Lennitt, J. Rosenthal. X.. i A 71 i Q International Students Society FRONT ROW-T, Stirnsan, T. Colin, T. Kim, D, Kalfayan, Y. Lee, S. Choi. SECOND ROW-C. Wilkins, T. Wong, B. Chu, Asghar-Radiai, M. Spargimino, D. Chan, Dr. Leonard, J. Hassell, R. Desmarais, A. Rus- cio. THIRD ROW-F. Hernandez, T. Steyer, M. lbrahim, A. Omondi, D. Chan, T, Shakabpa, C. Limb, S. Lee, T. Mak, G. Maninakis, S. Chan, E, Daoud, R. Smith. W.A.L.l. SEATEDAJ. Feuerman, R. Drake, M. Bogen, W. Rapp, M. Black, S. Abel. STANDING-L. Lattin, E. Stearns G. Patten, D. Abreu, S. Sirkin, G. Lewis, J. Schwartz, R. Landrum, P. Marsh, D. Gallstone. .Sl ',.,: 45 H? 4 Daisy Chain lines up for the Queen and her court. A Hora! chain of beauties. i z K 4 gf X a WJ Her Ma1esty's court enters Her highness makes a royal debut. 2 Y -4 S , , 1 , W Q' L President Eddy honors Her Moiesty, Ingrid Hcllberg The clock strikes midnight. VV-......uvjg,,.4sv" ' . X c' Eg 'VX f , Vx? ig W 'Q V QV QV f QLWF V lb M WV A ,,., , , , 'f ,V ,, ,i 'gfiffxlff ,gawimfajenwiffigfiieeiVztwzVLVg'V.VVs,g,i22L1?ZMV:,iV il .. , -V. V , .N wVrt.fYQvV? Wah "-- U' VV 2, Jhllzim 'Wm'-3 V 'fit -. . YN Q J, I is Vw ru 0 QV' faq? , i 5 A V' V nfVi5?fE, 9 ., E , 1 5, 1... WV- ' VA ,VZ , , ,, .,, H V f V V ' 'W V if' M1 6 A QA 4 LV 'NE V4 , M ,, I K M, VN , 4, ,, A.., K 5 ,VV , hz I ,,,, V ,,h, 7,55 'KW ff. 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V V VV 7 VV KT VV V W 7 3 4 My VV V V V - V 'w ii? V ,, ' K ' if ' L3 'V " W K f , , - 1 " ' i iff V , , M, 8 ,ask fx Vina, , -z wwwqmsgpp V - U- vf V ,Q - --ff VV 5 4 V V- V, iw A Q- 3193, .2 G 4+ V4 ig df? ff' 1 f 9' " , , V H , -V ' -V 52-V32-VV-' -- " '1'..:" ' .L' Vf1. ,W', ' Vai g.1,'VV ,VK VV .VV -Cf s:V -"-- 'V V1 fzww :V .V f Vw, MV f . V A 3 .V'-V--.VVVMVV V ,V-- V V Venn- ..v1Va,-M-- V V . ' ,,'. , , V A -V .pus- Bax 1 4 Y 1 1 f ff? X A- tg, ,,., ,, x 32,3-Mr, Q N , " " 7,Llg,,., A Y lSL AV WM 5 V 'digg fM,:1,'X M ., , f 4 ' ff A f n 'zyfal-1 an X I J' 8 A V an Ag -A vi 5 A ti M ,, 4 4 1 - I 2 ff 'WY 'f' W , 'vw-,i ' A , Mkt ., kyvf M, 1 A M - -, V W wig ' 3 W" 5 9' 'P V, I A XTX in A INK' Vg, Www Q ?-wfgwivb, E ? 4 :M 4 I VE haw W if in :W X . if f U 9 fa F' Second place skit: Sigma Kappa. l l Third place Delia Phi Epsilon. Delta Delta Delia-Honorable Menfion 50 4' lllllllll 3 nl -5 Q., rr wf . 1 v " ' Q, I MiM?Eig X is a, Q iff abil -L3 .ae 1-0- . Af, f X ' ' L.-VL: X I E . 1 'K ' 1 ' f, if ' " 'n ew W Q fi 5 ' -5- V-C.-.-1.-., ' , Nl' gig ,H-nv I. ., 4,vw- yn , fs.. A X'-6 Canterbury Club FRONT ROW-V. Herd, J. Wilson, A. Durando, S. Pearsall, W, Leary, P. Herd. BACK ROW-J. Tilden, J. Leslie, B. Good, J. Stutz, Father Davis, S O'Connor, E. Fredrlclcs, J. Selde, L. Hang. Newman Club FRONT ROW-R. Shesky, M. Jones, J. Lindhurst, D. Habben, M, McAn- drews, P. Smith, S. Ames. BACK ROW -C. Michaud, S. Lane, R. Toriello, J. Doe, M. Newman, W, lslt, K. Smile, I. Do, B. Happy, J. Smith, P. DiComo, P. Camo. L. 5-9309017 '-gal.. Lutheran Club FRONT ROW-B. Sweeny, D. Welclen, F. Lesher, H. Hinz, J. Wisch, A. Gold- enbaum, J. Stephens. BACK ROW- R. Wangerin, R. Hamer, C. Vogel, P. Wohnsigl, J. Gashin, M. Barwig, G. Berger, S. Yoerg, M. Perrson. Gold Mosk FRONT ROW-W. Zinc, L. Wierneyer, B. Lipton, D, Leech, R. Lippin, B. Co- lnen, A. Leichf. BACK ROW-M. Klein D. Foceri, D. Wallaclw, E. Stearns, S Half, H, Harrison, M. Richardson, V D'Arnore, D. Debin. Psi Chi Nof'l Psychology Honorory . FRONT ROW-V. Ziegler, D. Dislier, Fink, B, Harold, C. Sussczl. BACK ROW-S. Hirsclnberg, C, Hibbard, M. Plauf, L. Haug, E. Burros, M. Kaye. Frofe rri FRONT ROW-C. Kubikowski, C. Monricone, G. Cirrincione, J. Allen, C. Clwuipek, R, Tauriello. BACK ROW -D. Sulkowski, C, Stuber, D. Tierney, G. Vaglio, B. DePieHo. ,- CC? 3. fl V X ,.1 . i. Us 4' gx fix .lk 's x: 9 '3 Compus Police FRONT ROW-D. Swanson, J, Droslol, E. Marks, E. Liepo, J. Wills, J. Mononey, BACK ROW-M. Domlno T. Crop, B. Samson. Spanish FRONT ROW-A. Lesser, J. Ortiz, C. Ebersole, C. Velozquez, R. Richardson, Pontin, P. Gottlieb, T. Steyes, V r ?,.5li 1 , T ini li E 1 . i . , . ' ,Cai 1: - 5 D. Klaus, S. Sl1odol?, J. Levy. I F 7 'M 5 t i if A ,J I , or X , 54 Cornell. BACK ROW-R. i it Y Sociology Club FRONT ROWAS. Herz, E. Seinfeld, D. Day, N. Budner, S. Epner, . Kind. BACK ROW-C. LaVerne, C. Damrnann, J. Gray, G. Winne, P. Smith, B. Vogel. Education Club FRONT ROW-C. Sussal, K. Pinto, J. Levy, J. Pratt, E. Dornemann, M. Eis- ler. BACK ROW-R, Zwerling, L. Newman, M. Birnbaum, V. Swarts, P. Nakielny, S. Levine, M. Troum, B. Finkelstein, D. Norris, B. Kruk. KG Fine Arts Club FRONT ROW-R. Szendy, M. War- stow, R, Messina, L. Shnitzler, J. Sha piro, D. Ballutt. BACK ROW-D. Wel den, B. Frasek, J. Rosenthal, B Woltering, J. Feinstein, K. Joseph, A Lennitt, J. Vecchione, D. Norris, Un. . ' rf Frosh spirit prevails during Revolt. Mickey Kormon speoks to Frosh Revolt Co-Choirmon Pete Sterns and Dorren November. FROSH REVOLT The week following new-student orientotion is o period of "reciprocal animosity" between the freshmon ond sophomore classes. The Frosh wecir beonies ond nome tdgs so thot they con be "hozed" by the Sophs, or more specificcilly "Soph Council." Armed with the Adelphi hondbook, "Sidekick," oll informotion on the history ond orgonizotions of the compus ore to be memorized by the Frosh. Upon being questioned by Sophs, Frosh who foil to onswer cor- rectly hove penolty points or "gigs" recorded in the bock of their "Sidekick." The number of gigs received determines the punishment meted out dt Soph Court, held ot the end of the week. At the some time thot members of Soph Council ore the odversories by the Frosh, members of the Junior closs help during "Frosh Revolt." The juniors ore dlwoys the "sister" cldss of the Frosh. Fincilly the Revolt hos on intellectuol chcillenge to the Sophs ond culrninotes in o Frosh Porode of cors ond floots to Stiles Field. At the held the dnnuol Tug-of-Wor be- tween Frosh ond Sophs is held. lf the Sophs win, hozing continues for cinother week, if not, the Frosh hove eorned their freedom ond put their beonies oside, leoving ci week of hectic memories ond tested leciders to ccirry on the work of Adelphi's newest generotion. Frosh fems surroundmg symbol of their strength Long lue the Frosh! The beanie crop gaze inf ct some unknown. ll , ? , .Mn My fm, . -ww Q5 : 9: i l 3 , x 3 ' i 2 -'35 5 5 2 15.5 . . klllx f ...i a , : x l gif . 1 Q Q if A I ,ni A A, 'E L me ' S2 A Qs - f S . .. l V ' h all :iv , " ' 4 QM. g .3 4-. MJ' A z 'M S E 5 ii lf 5 if 5. W fi lv? li ,QP E l FRONT ROW: B. Fox, C. Ruggian, L. Campanella. STANDING: L. Leonard, N, Ierardi, B. Schwartz, J. Vec- Class of 1964 mme, Class of 1966 I 0 FRONT ROW: L. Newman, B. Cohen, M. Mc- g Marrow, B. Heller. STANDING: D. Spinlc, B. S Knight. i 1 i G E 2 . , vgjwilf as vl 7 ., .,,, 4 if 2 5 if Q AS. R '1 14 Y ., ef 2 5 L 2. 3 1 1 91 YL i ,V .rwlfiiii vw ,. D-axwiw MQKMiEE' , ..... Y-rf ww Y.. ,,.-- -,v--' 'N' gal -Kg, KH ,-4, Inlook, B. Miller, D. Di Angelo, I. Angelpuss, K. Frazer, urglwerhoflferstrosse. P. Von Nfeweren- Class of 1 G. Port, C.Lehmc1n, C. Adams, C. PosTl1c1uer, D. Di Angelo, B. Thomas. 1 Die Bodenrunde FRONT ROW-Dr. S. H. Muller, E. Jeschaer, G. Haug M Meinel J Biegel BACK ROW J Pesapane S Clark, F. Levy, I. Carton, L. Marck, D. Fairhurst, A. Huftert D Gassen C Aibinger Society for the Advancement of Management FRONT ROW-A. Kreuzkamp, V. Dunne, R. Cannon, D. Wieber, R. Smith, R. Hahn, T. Makkay, J. Pitzberg. SECOND ROW-S. Kaplan, E. Fenn- straurn, H. Bernstein, S. Karasik, J. Lawrence, K. Wagner, E. Marks, R. Mi- lone, T. Hicks, R. Romano, N, Godfrey, S. Terkeltoub, R. Hnis, J. Magill, . A ' Mmm 5 1 f 5 Biology Club FRONT ROW: J. Touger, J. Lindlworsr, L. Basen, L. Miller, K. Coffey, C. THIRD ROW: A. Mantell, J. Sfutz, C. Chuipek, J. Freshman, S. Miller Miclwaud, E. Goth. SECOND ROW: G. Donahue, P, Carlton, R. Mausel, H. Harrison, A. Karpas, W. Delph, B. Altman, M. Cohen, L. Gottlieb R. Fador, I. Weinfeld, A. Adams, G. Yelenik, E. Sorin, M. Barwig, D. Tarfalcaw, L. Carter, K.Kallelis. Judicial Board FRONT ROW: P. Port, B. Harrold, Dean Wingetf, M. Murphy, M. Kor- OND ROW: M. Belli, K. Frazer, M. Domino, C, Brown, P. Mason, E man, Dean Harley, D, Habben, L. Weiss, M. Rudy, B. Boobman, SEC- Leipa, B. Samson, M, Slwecktor, I.ClweaT, l. O'Donnell, R. Crib. vw. jiiiimlgsie N Un1V6f5' Y 555 yew i Q i ii ' i ' 9225-Y iiiifigiii W- mig2frxffQN JQQH ,W l Adelphi students I b T the arrival of All University Weekend. iw inthe Hey fti lllygee go 3 5 2336 AW Acrions speck louder than words. SENIORS STOP SHOW WITH SIZZLING SKIT Thc1T'll Teach you to keep your big mouth shut. 65 Whqf did you my Wgs Shgwgng? J' AF fi ' .55 :..: W if ff fa sig V. S Q- Q s M Sw 5 5? 9? 1 V 1-. v. Q J 1 ,, f N X w ,M rg: J' 'Ti' 'Q .J a gi u , i Q HC 3? 4, 'PEI fQ kj mm FROSH AND ALUMS SWING Bottoms Up! Frosh cmd Juniors sing their way To victory. SONGS, SKITS, MASCOT, BALL ALL UNIVERSITY WEEKEND A HUGE SUCCESS! Karen Joseph and Mcxriy Stern, Co-Chcnrmen of the weekend, wnh The Rooftop Singe Sfon Rubin, Senior Serenade, Frosh reveal mascot. C!oss banner presented to Frosh. We could have danced all night. Josh Whife, Jr. emerming X-'A , in-1 xanga!!! l -ui FRONT ROW: J. Marchetti. SECOND ROW: M. Lc1Verne, D. Day, B. OHO. Freshman Cheerleaders W, Carmichael, M, Mcznzellm, L. Arfh, C. Adams, W. Meyers. E -. -u......, jfsx jik-ef HW .M-..-,..-.....--.........A-.....i.......,.g.g.m..v.w....g.4.....,,,...,..4 f .. - , ..,,, I Q . I , 'M f"Y""1'f - ' -. 1r "PN'sf -raf fle ,. " r 1 ygn-nina-un, saga.-F-nun,4WNw,,,,,,W,,,.,,,,M,w,Wfmf.. ,eww-New my WM . . . ,,.,.M,,,,.W,.-,, , . V W,.,.Aewwv- ,.-W ,.WWM,.-,-M.,..,, N -,::"',: L.1 p , Mx 'W L l lv 5s.,.,v' ,-4 Vcrsify Cheerleaders FRONT ROW-l.. Leonard, S, Koplon. SECOND ROW-N. lercxdi, J. Allen, D. Cirillo. BACK ROW-E. Weiss, G. Rosner, G. Kolionis, A. Bentley, lvl. Richardson. Roll, rC1l1, rol'1. 73 .lomn Mclrchelli in ccllon. MlKE BOGIN Stotion Monoger W.A.L.l. From its studios in the Arts Building, Radio Station WALI broodcosts progroms of music, news, drorno, ond discussion to the Adelphi cornpus. The WALI sports crew trovels with the bosketboll teom ond sends buck live, ploy-by-ploy coveroge. ln the neor tuture, the stotion will be broczdcosting on FM to cull ot Nossou County ond ports ot Suffolk ond Queens. 1 HOWARD HAGER STU TAINE Chief Engfneel' Business Manager BILL RAPP Progrorn Director Bill Ropp STEVE SIRKIN Stott ,ix ' O - FRONT ROW: S. Muller, E, Jesclwcer, G. Houg, M. Meinel, J. Biegel. BACK ROW: F. Levy, l. Carton, L. Ph' Merck, D. Folrlwrsf, A. Huflert, D. Gcssen. M'-. . 3, .tm eww Accounting FRONT ROW: M. Sulfon, l. Fink, L. Houg, U. Finque, A. Zoller, D. Wiglors, J. Mukomcl. SECOND ROW: P. Roth, L. Berg, R. Houlc, U. Prof, E. Grapevine, E. Glodsione, S. Solomon. ff Wi .rm Beta Beta Beta FRONT ROW: B. Altman, M, Keller, L, Boson. BACK ROW: P. Carlton, I. Weinfeld, M. Pollok, G, Yele- nik. 75 inn-vw-H? DR EUZABETH VV LEONARD Director of International Education. International Education-a Two Way Road Weekly meeting ot lnterecultural Understanding seminar, L E E Dr. Elizabeth Leonard clweclcs students' plans for travel abroad. ganna.,-1-W Slides, a rememberance ,ar ta lj ATEP ot places, Dr. Leonard, Alice Crane and Larry Cohen socialize at "Welcome Tea." in Copenhagen. Students from the Pacific area and Europe share their ex? periences. Exchanging Customs, Cultures and Experiences Question and answer period at Peace Corps Panel. xx, ia ,At W als it Q .1 Ji Edith Taylor brings back touch of Hawaii, Q, J.:- U. , .en n - Installation of the first omcers of the ISS. IQ- V- Ar.. ""f'w V Y W. mic' gf, 4, E E E p ' ,.bm'sv'A'T' -ei1F'fflr',,. E " i frm . As " ' " 'xjn"fr1Q"::,T ff K NVQ' -mwnnznigrvfw - i.'gffQpT q i a f Mu In E aft-"N-,J li 'Y gf to "Y'i'lE'?ffi: ,Vwegt-llefltlf 35515 - ' " 'Alf f -, ., ,J ilzsgfwx-. ryl gt-.Q if at at . 'Www-at ' 'Q ,i f N me n" A , ,E fi' - Q54 L. I ..If r: .ff Y X l il , I i , . ft A 1. Z it N!-I""! l ll' .,.,-.... , 1:11 I wld- Fra.. samt r Y R 'il--:ue Q 4w" ,, 5190" - if ,-:QN Ai, ..... .-'ff'-'ff' ,H Y-'XE V' Y, ---- , Q- it lf:-.k:1',iLL-4 . -av 77 l , Two Korean dolls enhance entertainment at Dr. Leonard's home. fi' EKS Panhellenic Association lhllhill'2ill'iill'rull'eullEuTl'bu1'ful'EMM As the coordinator of Adelphi's nine national sororities, Panhel strives to promote co- operation and unity within and among these sororities. This association is also responsible for initiating and organizing intra-sorority social functions, activities, and projects such as the Panhel Ball, the Panhel Scholarship, and a children's home Christmas party which is given by Jr. Panhel, SUSAN KAPLAN In addition to offering many social functions, each sorority encourages scholarship, service and creativity tor the benefit ot the group, the college, and the individual. The Panhellenic Association is composed ot two delegates from each of the nine soror- ities. SEATED-T. Ernstoft, C. Bland, M. Dubrow, A. Adams, S. Kaplan, fredi, M. Aquino, F. Glassman, A. Weinberg, R. Szendy, K. Pinto, B. Dean Harley, J. Johnson, S. Goch, L. Ginsburg. STANDING-K. Man- Herold, H. Dempewolft, M. Birnbaum, R. Rega, E. Landerman. Alpha Epsilon Phi 'niiwiiwiiwitwiiihwiibii 4'-vi ikiiilfii Mi tai lan MU!-2-ii1'2iii':ii I':ii'e- Alpha Epsilon Phi was founded on October 24, T909 at Barnard College, New York, New York. The sorority's motto "Aei Esto Philia," meaning "may friendship be ever- lasting" continues even today as its primary ideal. Adelphi's Delta chapter was installed on April 30, i9io, since that time Alpha Epsilon Phi has expanded to include 52 addi- tional chapters. Sorority colors are green and white, the flower is lily-of-the-valley, and the jewel is the pearl. FRONT ROW-A, Widelitz, L. Landernan, A. Boslow, J. Achs, C. Fisher, nas, A. Jacobson, E. Perlmutter C Fich nger B Clivner B Co en L. Lerner, V, Shandler, J. Calico, T, Bovarin, E. Berman, P. Gottlieb, E. Sorin, A. Levin, L, Martin F Kohn R Rovner J Sc w Z L. Cooper. BACK ROW-K. Shor, H. Fischer, S. Loring, E, Weinshanker, Feinstein, F. Glassrnan, L, Greenhouse, B, Heller, B. Fox, M. Garelick, B. Aski- X .. . l i - T A Q .F gy., 5 n ,.,VgV ir ,kci , r , g it K i M A V, Q +f'. fQwfl-n!9Qm' 79 Delta Delta Delta Ltilfiilhi 'ful15105111511'fulfillllhdfullfullliiilfiilfillrullfillfillbu Founded in 1888 at Boston University, Tri Delta now has 106 collegiate chapters in the United States and one chapter in Canada. Also, there are 310 alumnae chapters in the United States. Alpha Alpha established its home at Adelphi in 1911. To date, there are 535 initiated members. Campus wise, we sponsor two scholarships: the Diana Lybarger memorial scholarship and the Silver Service scholarship proiect awarded DONNA BROOKS through Pan Hellenic. Tri Delta are well known as an integrated part of campus life. We hold several functions for members throughout the year. Holiday Formal, Pledge Party, Pansy Breakfast Ca farewell breakfast for seniorsi, Theatre Party, Founder's Day, and numerous social mixers. FIRST ROW-L. Larson, B, Otto, M. Lanman, J. Silverman, E. Portoles, son, J. Wilson, J. Salamosne, M, O'Connor, L. Boy, S. Yoerg, L. Gorvin, A. Lotito, SECOND ROW-R. DeMasi, A. Benson, C. Gildersleeve, J. P. Gunderson, A. Silkakns, S. Batson, K. Cerda, N. Fisch, B. Kandybo- Johnson, E. Murtagh, D. Brooks, J. Marchetti, J. Martin, Y. Cahn, S. witz, G, Berger, M. Aquino, E. Christ, A. Bently, C. Schoonover, Strong, C. McDermott, O. DeSena, C. Vogel. THIRD ROW-T. Stern- S. Gulian, D. Day, N. Cunningham, S. Pearsall, G. Marmarellis. wg . 1 , - 2 A f , , . J J . iff 4? Q Q 4 1, .5 Q tr, , . . fig? 80 F b . ,,- ,4,? 1',-Awf. PM 3 ,QT-t we Delta Gamma i' fr U. at rf 33+ .1- im S' -I f n " "" ,Q - . ' , fb v r ,r , ,gg .QI 1' iQ',,,!',,. nf I 'LTTJQ . A A-Till:-Tllliilll-1lllJllLTtllLT1ll'-1llL'filTLTllllf At Christmas time in 1873, three weatherbound girls at Lewis School in Oxford, Missis- sippi decided to form a greek letter society which they named Delta Gamma. The society has grown since then and today there are ninety collegiate chapters and two-hundred and thirty-five alumni chapters in the United States and Canada. The three founders took the first two letters of Delta Gamma and formed a motto "Do Good." As a result of their emphasis on community work and aid, the Delta Gamma Foundation was established. Foundation involves Delta Gammas in three main areas: Sight Conservation and Aid to the Blind, international Education and Grants and Loans. Delta Gammas throughout the U.S. and Canada have worked diligently in these areas and have become respected members of their communities. Omicron chapter was founded in 1908, when a local sorority on Adelphi's campus in Brooklyn, Phi Delta Phi, petitioned for membership in Delta Gamma. Omicron became the eleventh Delta Gamma chapter. Delta Gamma Fraternity sets high standards for its women. In the course of one's col- legiate life and beyond, the fraternity fosters friendship among college women, a sense of social responsibility, encourages education and cultural interests and develops fine qualities of character. NINA IERADI FIRST ROWfL. Leonard, J. Bouchier, E. McGrath, K. Kallelis, K. Jo- Bischoff, B. Desposito. THIRD ROW-P. Chapman, N. Robinson seph, N. leradi, E, Weiss, V. Zeigler, K. Manfredi, S. Lowgren, F. Fuhrer, V. Shaver, G. Kalianis, B. DiPieto, R. Davis, A. Barry Shuck. SECOND ROW-H. Tsagaris, H. Harrison, E, Lanclerman, B. Vaglio, M. Macfarlane, E. Derounian, C. Morris, P. Brucato, C, Ander Armbruster, G. Rosner, V, Sheh, E, Gerrity, J. SanFilippo, C. Bumpas, son. D. Cirillo, J. Allen, R. Scuderi, C. Albinger, A. Bernhard, S. Bell, L. VAKW R Wear DOLLY LEICHT FIRST ROW-J. Miller, G. Freeman, B. D'Arnico, L, Levine, B, Knoutt, C. Lehman, E. Glick, A. Zaitert. SECOND ROW-J. Rich, Finklestein, S. Levine, R. Leicht, S. Etkin, P Gottleib, M. Eisler, S. Brothers, B. Rudnick , , 1 -3555 .1- I Q 'QM ,t .vig -' vine? H5 1' ' " ' f : . g fs- - iff-r ' this I in -igagvfjqpfxg., . J x':,3Y-QA 1. . '. :TM 4-134142. I fag, if I ' at ' . 25 22- - NWN- U 'f . Q., A.. Y Qs , QL44' fg,t,f' ,S 4- r' D I Ph' E 'I R xx' e ta I PSI on fmxsggtiff t --I. . figs' . . fi"-'P 'ii ",'-S It ' -Q-S5 4' .-fn 31 1-SHR I 0 ,"',f-- 'zu 3' a f' 1 v mf' u ' " fx I i Z8 t- ,ff-wqfsk i !:v'.q++f-,S 3 On March l7, l9l7, tour women at New York University Law,School took a pledge of Sisterhood and loyalty and so founded the first chapter ot Delta Phi Epsilon. Five years later Delta Phi Epsilon was formally incorporated under the Laws of New York State. ln l922, Delta Phi Epsilon opened its doors and became an international sorority and to- day we have more than 40 chapters. Delta Phi Epsilon was founded on the Adelphi Campus in l926. During the war the Adelphi chapter closed and was reactivated in l958. Since that time, Delta Phi Epsilon, Lambda Chapter, has expanded its membership to more than titty, and we are still growing nationally as well. The Lambda Chapter has always taken part in all phases of Adelphi's campus lite. We have people active on Student Association, and many other organizations. We work for many charitable organizations, and our annual "Cracker Jacks" sale will always be remembered on campus. L Tauber, J. Rosenkranz, . THIRD ROW-J. Goldblatt, E. Klein, B. Kornheiser, G. Lipkin, B. Plass, Klein, lvl, Kreitzer, L. S, Jones, G. Prince, L. Weissman, A. Lane, H. Minkott, E. Bedell, L. M, Troum, M. Dubrow, B. Spector, R. Silverman, S. Goch, M. Birnbaum, D. Schmidt, A. Posner, . Port, K. Kornreich, J. B. Miller, J. Padolt, A. Freidman, L. Ehrlich, , lvl. Reizes, B. Letrak. -T ws ,.--- ,161 C-.na-I . A .,,. NPL I 1- 1 9 e I as ' -2. 5 1. If Y if . -I ' ,I 'll . . id H ,,. , , K X . . .I . . I . p 4 f .. ' Vs 'X i Y 82 ullllillllillllilllllilllillllbfllllilllliilllifdlllllfil Delta Zeta WaiIlmillbiillli-ii.l'b+iilEHlmi'Grill-id':iilGiii'mii':iii'mii'e-iiiilmilhiillriil Founded in i902 at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, Delta Zeta's membership has grown from its original six courageous young women to its present number of over 46,000. The sisters boast of belonging to the largest national sorority-l43 collegiate chapters and 222 alumnae groups-with many of the prominent among its members, including: Gail Patrick Jackson-producer of T.V.'s "Perry Mason Show," Oregon's Senator Maurine Neuberger, Edith Head-Hollywood's Oscar-winning costume designer, and even a crown princess of Norway. Adelphi's Alpha Zeta chapter was begun in 1922, and its own members, too, have KAAREN PUHLE done much to further the cause of DZ's rose and green, one of them having written Delta Zeta's national creed. The official flower is the Killarney rose, and the jewel is the diamond, the pin is the golden lamp of knowledge with its ever-burning flame set upon six wings representing the founders. Four of the pearls are set on an lonic column lsymbolizing the strength of the sisterhoodl at the base of the lamp. FIRST ROW-C, Michaud, S. Holland, S. Mosetter, G. DeLorenzo, J. K. Puhle, A. Adams. THIRD ROW-S. Filipek, R. Szendy, F. Hall, L Lindhorst. SECOND ROW-G. Stuart, K. Pinto, A. Becher, L. Dygert, Remrriers, S. Clark, D. Nieto, S, Vlaun, K. Coffey, A. Blasi, 83 "1 Iota Alpha Pi On the third of March, l903, moved by a spirit of friendship and further actuated by a desire to aid humanity in general, a group of women formed a fraternal organization under the Greek name of Iota Alpha Pi. Eventually the membership increased until it became too large for just one group. Chapters were formed and Iota Alpha Pi moved from New York to the North, the Far West and the South. National assemblies were held annually in New York City to continue the spirit of sisterhood on a national level. This spirit is one which fosters unity, teamwork, cooperation, respect for the rights of others, sharing of responsibility, and unseltish devotion to common interests and aims. This tradition of IA Pi is based on one small sentence written in the charter of the first chapter which expressed this desire to "promote sociability among college women, and aid humanity in general." For over fifty years our sorority has expanded and added to its written history, until today we stand as a group of chapters banded together by one formulated in l903. In 1926, Iota Alpha Pi found its way on to the Adelphi campus as Zeta Chapter. For more than thirty-five years, we have achieved favorable recognition at Adelphi for our good scholastic standing, participation in campus activities, and sorority interest. KNEELING D Wertheim A Shiffman FIRST ROW-M. Jacobson, H. B. Mehr, L. Ginsburg, L. Newman. THIRD ROW-S. Gritz, G. Shields, P. Bryman M Kaye D Augenblick S Kaplan, N. Meyers, C. Wein- Cohen, J. Pollack, D. Weiss, N. Brody, R. Cohen, D. November, D. stock S Kerin D Damsey D Rothschild, S. Hartstein. SECOND Brodlieb, M. Goldstein, W. Carmichael, E. Cohen, S. Glickman, A. ROW H Lepolstat M Richardson J Sobel, J. Kabat, S. Schneider, Silverman, L. Noble, L. Katz, B. Schindler. L Kramer E Schwartz F Guior E Ellix D. Scheller, G. Friedman, Su,-mm.. 84- lllmlll'-Wlll5llL7lll-Tilllilll-Tlll-Tlll-Tilll-Tllliil-'illL1lll'-Ullla1llu7lll-Til! A ,f f N 1, V31 5 U s 'lit fails Us-' Q 'jaflff 531431 T -xi Jai if 1 cf na W A, 'I Tywit it Ks r 'Kd' ln in ,. if . i I F . ' . . . 'T' 'l ' H' ,wf ' ,' .www ' 1 --4- ., I 1 " - :QL i f l'iU'QIl'mllL1l ll'-ill'-'flllli-'ll ll-Til lL1l MTU Phi Mu was founded in 1852 at Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia. lts founders were Mary Lines, Mary Daniel and Martha Redding. The original room used for meeting by the founders has been restored and is now a shrine. In l904 Phi Mu became a Na- tional Corporation. Phi Mu sponsors many social service proiects on the national level: The Healthmobile, toy carts lrnore than lOO in hospitals throughout the countryj, adoption of war orphans in other countries, a yearly International Study Grant to a girl in a foreign country for study in America. Psi chapter at Adelphi started as a local sorority, Phi Alpha, in l9ll. In l9l3 it be- came Psi Chapter of Phi Mu. This year we are celebrating our 5Oth anniversary. Many special events have been planned for this celebration. Psi's social service proiects include the annual candy cane sale in which the money is donated to the United Nations Children's Fund and our sponsorship of a Phillipines girl through the Foster Parents Plan. JEAN TILDEN FRONT ROW-A, Zoller, H, Dempevvolff, B. Kruk, J. Tilden, B. Fraser, C. Lake. BACK ROW-E. Farber, B. Sackman, B. Brown, I, Robeznieks, G. Donahue, C. Poseluzny, C. Chuipek, ,gm 85 LAURA WEITZ i. .'ffPif"t'.. 3 i 'Ari f Phi Si ma Sigma linux.,- ey , I . .Miiya . - it ,.- ist . . A' t ' it A Ir W". 3 5 ' 'E 1. J- A -',ff'l. ' '-"pf-ii. g WN. V' ' I 1 YA , 1.351 -- 5 1 ,A ,, - .- xg X is' " 'rs I 'K Q. . ' I pf 4 B' T I ik , , it xfjf Cn November 26, 1913, ten students at Hunter College united to form Phi Sigma Sigma sorority. Other chapters were soon added. By 1918, there were enough chapters formed for Phi Sig to have its first national convention, which was held in New York City. Epsilon chapter, at Adelphi College was formed in 1920. With the addition of a chapter at the University of Manitoba in 1930, Phi Sig became an international organization. ln 1949 the sorority was granted associate membership in the National Panhellenic Con' ference. Two years later, it attained full membership. At present, there are many par- ents' clubs and alumni clubs as well as undergraduate chapters, Each does its part to fullfill the philanthropic aims of the sorority. Each year, on founders day, November 26, each chapter pledges to support the National Philanthropy Fund. We, at Adelphi, collect money in our annual lollipop sale for the heart fund. We talce pride in the fact that this year marks the Hftieth anniversary of Phi Sigma Sigma. This event will be celebrated in June when a National Convention will be held at the Wal- dorf Astoria in New Yorlc. FRONT ROW-M. Rosenthal, J. Cohen, F. Klitenick, J. Bress. SECOND win, E, Guth, J. Brenner, M. Lazarow, E. Ushkow, T. Jacobson, P. Silver- ROW-S. Blanc, K. Ostrin, C. Bland, V. Bollcer, M. Hessel, L. Stodel, L. man, S. Rosenthal, M. Fish, J. Baraon, S. Reinheimer, C. Meyer, M. Weitz, L. Basen, D. Berman, E. Frey, H. Banner. BACK ROW-L. Dar- Saks, G. Yelenick, T. Rhodes, C. Weissman. .. - l 86 Q . iilnilriiI1riiIl:iiI':iilEiH1:iill-iilriweiil Sigma Kappa lllilll-Tlllxilillilll-1llL1I l'mll'mll':ill'ml l'mll'mll'nll'-nll'e1ll':1lI':il l'-nl ld Five earnest young women founded the first chapter of Sigma Kappa at Colby College Waterville, Maine, on November 9, 1874. The sorority's colors are violet and maroon its flower, the violet, and its iewel, the pearl. Alpha Lambda chapter was established at Adelphi College in 1923, and it is now one of one hundred one chapters of Sigma Kappa to be found all over the United States. AUDREY SNORSKY FRONT ROW-R. Rego, K. Gross, M. Orlandi, C. Stuber, J. Thoebald R. Fellner, A. Karotseriis, V. Peverley. SECOND ROW-A. Mackay, V Unander, M. McMorrow, J. Lodge, D. Torraca, M. La Torre, A. Snor sky, S. Rowlands, C. Monticone, T. Kubikowski, B. Herold, C. Kachura K. Bryk, J. Lloyd, D. Puca, I. Linder. BACK ROW-L. Giambalvo, M GREEK CANDIDS X F 1 XR! 6 lv' 'r 4 B nulcnunm E :M mil A' r' an . 3. at ., X. af gk W, .5 v. N . , -5. 5 -.Q 1 441 ' wr n' A wg ,haf ,n fA la L 9 '- f f' M , I f wx , wa n A ' 1 Q F: n 1 A' Y' 1- P x '- E f M n -1 ' r E ' 3 I I . if Z Q . if an 1 x 4, 'K y , V 11 yy V 4., Q X4 'X , ' A .4 u , ' 1 V 5 if N" N , w V , Q I S U 1 x ,, 5 I " 3 P 1 9 I A 4 , d 0 " 9 M Q IQ Q .. y ye 3. . x, vu , .. V' ol .:. 33 89 IX V X Ab 1 Q Z F - -Q 362. If aj, i V.mx'3 ,typ t 1 , VI -,Q ,4.- Q . fy if it 1,y.h',l 15' ,J gi.: , fs 5 nl- P 1.3: mu' , -, HY,-f . X : f f -Y I ye I ., . ' 'Q 'QLIF x ' uf i' -' .haf I . n , - .I 'NF Q ' 5. 4 K ' K 'Yx ' 5 1. "T gi ' f "1 .J"" 'lx lk! .- U' " 1, F nn., -" '- .W ' Q , . , . ,ws ,JN Jf-.siQ4A 41- ,' , . ' N C 1, - io: 17 "N, . - , 4,1 fun Y - 'Ann L . Q ' iii, 1 C, 31 Q .:"" ' 11 Q 4, in A K 1 I f an W . I, A , ,9 ff' ' Q t '2 'iii Eg f F gg .h Z 3 .4 , ,4 . Tb .Mk s mf! 6,3 43? ,'-gh .Wi Q Kafka- "' f!4'1, 1 A a J H, U-Hx. " f. uwff X f,7n'1i3Cf-UV "aM Mil ' -fin x , K 5 Mu vr4-fn .-Lu 'Y M, A1 , 'Ur , - P 4. 1 H, -2- MICHAEL Sl-IECKTER lnTer-FraTerniTy Council Thi Tm: 1'nii'nii':Ti I'mi1':ii Tai Miilnii'-niT':i1T'ni Teil Tel l'mi1'nlI':iil The InTer-TraTerniTy Council is The co-ordinaTing body of The TraTerniTy sysTem, which represenTs each TraTerniTy in working wiTh The AdminisTraTion To seT TorTh iTs program. During The year, IFC sponsors many evenTs including The OrienTaTion-Week Smoker, The Fall Picnic, The IFC smoker, an All Universify NiTe ParTy and The IFC Ball. In addiTion, each individual TraTerniTy gives iTs own rush and Open parties during The course of The year. For Those men who are sporTsminded, The TraTerniTies parTicipaTe in an inTramuraI pro- gram encompassing Ten sporTs. Each year The TraTerniTy with The highesT poinT ToTaI is awarded a Trophy. Academically, The over-all TraTerniTy average succeeded The over-all universiTy men's average Tor The year I96I-I962. For, aIThough The procedure oT each TraTerniTy varies regarding pledging, each mainTains a sTricT policy of noT accepTing anyone who has noT aTTained aT IeasT a "C" average. FIRST ROW-P, Shea, B. KrunhoITz, R. McKean, W. MCNITT. SECOND THIRD ROWvH. Sesso, A. Stein, R, GoIdsTein, D. Gleason, T. Sinopoli, ROW-E. Weinfeld, J. Mohony, M. SheckTer, M. Pollak, H. RoberTs. M. Rudy, J, Reiclel, B. Samson, P. Krebser, D. Lawrence. 90 TL. It IL. IL IL IL. TL. IL. IL. IL I' I 'I ,W --, -gl. 'C' 1 F ,ig M' J' W fa f-' Aff'7t+?ru tw wwf? Af Q .413 uffall ' l ' f'wRgz'll 4 I .'. .'uH?3g ' g,ff: .lq,,J' jf Ch' S' ' swf' I f'f?',ij5i 3yff,in1 .,,, 97 I 5,7 I . ' Q nf, J' It '- - :HA i -ii -I ni ni -ii ni 'il ni ni -ii .M ji Chi Sigma was founded in T947 as one of the first fraternities on Adelphi's Campus by a group of straight-forward young men who incorporated the ideals of high academic standards, good fellowship, sportsmanship and brotherhood under which present mem- bers live, and are proud to be "Chi Sigs." A responsibility of Chi Sigma, being composed of students and being a representative of the school, is to contribute its services to the College and the Student Body in any possible way. These services are best exemplified by the interest shown by brothers of Chi Sigma in various fields of curricular and extra-curricular activities. As an illustration of this, Chi Sigma points with pride to the fact that our brothers represent the College in Student Government, Inter-Collegiate Athletics and Academic Honoraries. Throughout the years Chi Sigma has grown in size and achievement, but it has also been able to successfully live up to its original ideal-scholarship, service and above all BROTHERHOOD. r ANTHONY BARBERA FRONT ROW-R. Persche, D. Schreier, G. McVey, J. Carucci, A. Bar- Knight, D. Buchan, Mr. Holt, C. Spatz, R. Bernard, J. Wavle, J. Dell bera, B. Samson, R. Smith, G. Kast, J. Weingartner, F. Lesher. BACK D. Swanson, P. Dadourian, ROW-P. Shay, C. Marinello, J. Siskind, E. Liepa, J. Drastal, R. 4 "s....,.M..-,.....w 91 MICHAEL RUDY s . V .-no f , 5 Ar' in 5 A 52 tt- " - 'L ' . y . jD elta Phi Gamma if ,- , -A51 --wbf..v.t. ' r fi-Q eiilfiilfiileiuleilleiileiileiilhsleiiliriu Delta Phi Gamma was founded in 1947. lt was the third fraternity to be recognized as a campus group. ln November, l95O, it received its permanent charter. Like most university fraternities, Delta Phi Gamma was founded on four basic principles, brotherhood, scholarship, leadership, and athletic ability. In the past lo years, eight of the presidents of Students Association have been members of Delta Phi Gamma, five have been vice-presidents, and four have been treasurers. Other prominent offices held have been President of IFC, President of Men's AA, and Vice-President of IFC. As a fraternity Delta Phi Gamma has done well in the past, is doing well now, and will strive to do well in the future. But what about the individual members of Delta Phi Gamma after graduation? Does be- ing in a well rounded fraternity help them? If the future holds what the past does, it helps, Past members now hold many substantial positions. They are dentists, lawyers, of- fice managers, buyers, personnel managers, engineers, builders, Certified Public Ac- countants, and others too numerous to mention. Perhaps the most important fact about graduate members of Delta Phi Gamma is that they are still helping the fraternity and each other to carry on the principles of Delta Phi Gam- ma in the form of an alumni association. FRONT ROW-5 Wqllccllf l- 5elSkYf DV- Vl0Ullf M- Rl-'dYf A- KGPIOH, ter, R. McKean. BACK ROW-J. Divock, L. Wagner, A. Rothschild, B. L Berger- SECOND ROW--L Gould, J- VCU P"UG9l"f -l- Willem' -l- Koondel, J. Chestnut, B. Certner, P. Labb, A. Bass, P. Frank, J. Mac- Reidel, H. Gulker, J. Freshman, P. Shay, D. Vogel, R. Katz, M. Schek- Kenziel QB PHI git? 09' ADELPHI Wliil-. Epsilon Phi L'fill'iill'bi1lfi1'fi1lEu1lfill':i1'l:i1l'iillfifU'mll'mll'e1l1'Qll'ml1'ml 'HIE Epsilon Phi was founded on November 4, 1947 and Through its members foster good fellowship by participating in many diverse activities. Ever since 1947 Ep Phi has been foremost in supplying members of varsity teams and leaders in student organization and Who's Who. Under Dr. D. N. Koster, advisor, Ep Phi progressed and in 1952 became the largest fraternity on campus. It was during this same year that the traditional "Sweetheart Ball" commenced. In 1955 the president of Ep Phi was a Student Association representative cmd another brother was president of I.F.C. At this time a brother, Don Payne, was an outstanding athlete and was recently elected to Aclelphi's Hall of Fame. Ep Phi became the intramural football charnps in 1958 and in the following year boasted of two brothers, Mike Cloherty and Neal Bowen, starring on the basketball team. The 1960-61 squash team was practically dominated by Ep Phi when 4 out of 9 varsity play- ers were brothers. Epsilon Phi became an affiliate of Tau Kappa Epsilon, a national fraternity, in 1961 uncler the leadership of Warren Sauter and in the near future hopes to become a full fledged chapter. HARRY ROBERTS FRONT ROW-D. Lawrence, B. Scott, H. Roberts, N. Glyptis, P. Owens, J. Sardelli, P. Vitulli, G. Mahoney. THIRD ROW-F. San Marco, R A. Durando, SECOND ROW-W. Chomyck, H. Anderson, L. Coleman, Harper, P. Krebser, D. Stubbe, M. Domino. 93 Kappa Pi Alpha Ulsiilfillfiilfiiliidlritlfillfilllhlifidfillfiiihllfillfiilfilllil'WE Kappa Pi Alpha was the first functioning fraternity on campus. It was recognized by the administration in i947 through the efforts of such charter members as Russel Von Frank, Charles Levermore, and Paul D. Eddy Jr. Thus, through the efforts of ten pioneer- ing university men, an efficient, productive, and rewarding fraternity has evolved. Kappa Pi Alpha was organized primarily for the purpose of providing wholesome and stimulating fellowship for its members. lt is composed of men with many varied interests and maiors, and is completely non-discriminatory. The men of Kappa Pi Alpha are held together in striving to stimulate loyalty and moral stability, intellectual appreciation, and by devotion to mutual helpfulness. During the past three years Kappa Pi Alpha has made great strides, increasing its membership fourfold. The men of Kappa Pi Alpha have made this fraternity into what it is today, Many of our brothers hold important school positions, and most are affiliated with most of the teams and clubs, as well as the dramatic work shop and school news- paper. FRONT ROW J Oxee F Koch G Bennett, J. Cramer, Mr. Cannon, Wobl, R. Tuxon, E. Gaulrapp, V. Sena, W. Coulter, L. Bergeron, E. R McShune B Mouse! J McNeil D Weldon. BACK ROW-R. Sch- Levin, W. Spurge, G. Rvozitis, G. Murray, D. Geis, N- Flynn, T- Hicks. L. x 94 . . .-T.-zrizttffm t g,r. .v1w,5:5?f g g! ,L , , 'v m'-i l,'?'Bv.u 0 , .- Tygrvmfa O micron Pi .:.ig:5,i,. mil. it ..-N. - tsfaiifitlgl-mfffttifff -frm-, Q .v.1,,.-E-4',,J f i 1.' F Kai. .i:.:fCg'13. ,J AL U ilriillhiillrrilfiUEiill'iill:iill2rill:iillriii 'skfblglffl ..li' 1:+T5-.ttlfff fit s. i Sl Omicron Pi is the oldest fraternity at Adelphi University. It has been foremost in supply- ing members for varsity teams, Student Association offices, and in participating in all phases of Student activities, whether social or intellectual. Functioning as a close and unique body since its founding on October 6, l946, Omicron Pi has always been an outstanding fraternity. Brotherhood, scholarship, and school spirit are trademarks of Omicron. Through its Howie Katzen Scholarship, the brothers promote scholar incentive to any student enrolled in Adelphi. Omicron also holds a fund raising campaign every year in order to aid different charity organizations. KELLY GREENFIELD Proudly wearing their colors lmaroon and whitel, the brothers of Omicron have won many intramural sports trophies. They have been strongly represented in every varsity sport for the past years, often being key factors to victory. Active Omicron Alumni participate in both collegiate and fraternal activities. Consisting of professional men in all helds, these alumni have been a major factor in making Omi- cron one of the best fraternities at Adelphi. FIRST ROW-P. Davis, R. Burke, P. Hollander, A. Grodman, Mr. Ale xion, Mrs. Wieber, E. Schwartz, K. Greenfield, S. Persoft, T. Sinopoli M. Sultan. SECOND ROW-J. Ditvlartini, D. March, C. Breitfeld, B Lipton, S. Newman, B. Johnson, F. D'Agostino, T. Nachman, B. Bardes, R. Goldstein, H. Krauthhamer, H. Hye, N. Greene, R. Ewing, S. Sha , piro, K. Sutton, R. Kazanjian, VV. Zimmerman, J. Lewis, J. Ventura THIRD ROW-D. Klein, C. Goldstein, W. Greenhut, T. Skelly, P. Cit rolo, D. Gleason. r ,1-. -...,.,. A ' t -c.-N.. QAM .. .... 43.2 5, k . - ,. . .. A -, T . N - t - 4 i 95 ,- MICHAEL POLLAK . .. i1.W::til5f'Q'tiU:f2 - 'A.g'fL'Yr-if'-,Z-. 'f' ' ' A . l A Ph' s' D it . Q, i ig ma e a 2? Sgr P 1 4 1, -5, ,X it fi? S efq -ls M I 1 s i m mtl ni llQlllillL1llLHlll-1llL1lllil Ml l':wL The traditions of Alpha Phi Beta have been in existence almost since the day men were first admitted to Adelphi in T947. in the fall of T963 Alpha Phi Beta became a colony of Phi Sigma Delta, National Fraternity. Phi Sigma Delta was established at Columbia University in i909. Alpha Phi Beta will become the Alpha Tau chapter upon charteriza- tion within the year. During our fraternal years, the brothers of this fraternity have concentrated their ef- forts on maintaining active social and athletic activities. Phi Sigma Delta boasts of an extensive social program. Hardly a weekend goes by when some social function is not planned by the brothers. A second major activity which Phi Sigma Delta has participated with enthusiasm is athletic competition. Phi Sigma Delta now has permanent possession of the lntra-fraternity-council athletic trophy for being tops in athletics for the past three years. In addition, scholarship trophies are awarded to outstanding fraternity members. This encourages a high level of academic achievement by the brothers. Colonization of Alpha Phi Beta with the Phi Sigma Delta National Fraternity is an ac- complishment which enables the brothers to become a functioning part of this great organization. Participation in affairs on the level of such a National Fraternity will open new worlds of dignihed fraternal activities to the brothers of Alpha Phi Beta. FRONT ROW-R. Goldstein, G. Grabiner, M. Pollak, A. Pearl, R. Kron, S. Zinn. BACK ROW-B. Krumholtz, M. Alper, R. Greenspan, R. Bernard, R. Levine, S. Goldstein, J. Roman. 96 Pi Lambda Phi ElL1llLTiIlL1llL1lllilll-TIlL1ll'-ill'-TllL1ll'-Tfllilllilllilllilll-1Ul:illl:iU "Pi Lambda Phi was founded at Yale University March 21, l895. The founders, a group of undergraduates of various faiths, conscious of the greed, aggression and bad feeling rampant in the world and sensing the need for greater understanding among men, "met to consider a college fraternity on lines broader and more liberal than those employed "at the time." C238 Baird's manuall So with an openmindness and farsightedness the founders set forth to organize a fraternity befitting a democratic society, a fraternity in which all men were brothers regardless of faith or color. Others recognizing the need of a non-sectarian fraternity soon swelled the ranks of Pi MARK RABIN Lambda Phi. Nine chapters were formed during the first year alone. After the initial growth, stringent entrance requirements such as faculty endorsement slowed down "Pilam's" rapid growth. On February l, 1941, Pi Lambda Phi and Phi Beta Delta united in a com- mon band to bring the number of chapters to 33. Now there is a total of 44 "active" chapters and lo "inactive" chapters of which Pi Lam is one. FRONT ROW-M. Dodell, B. Kauner, S. Firstenberg, B. Brown, M. scher, R. Saxon, B. Schwartz, M. Korman, S. Cohen, G. Bodner A Rabin, S. Bluth, P. Levine, H. Sessa, A. Berkman. SECOND ROW-S. Malat, M. Greenspan, L. Campanella. Haft, W. Rauscher, P. Heller, D. Weil, R. Jacobs, N. Pastel, R. Flei- 4i-.....Q 97 ROBERT WIMMERS Pi Sigma Elllu'-ll lfllluilltll luillfll llhilllblllliil lllfil 'li-ll lill llill llill llffil 'Lil llill 'EIL i964 finds Pi Sigma in its seventeenth year as an organized fraternity on the Adelphi University campus. Each year finds the brothers of Pi Sigma adding valuable contributions to both the scho'ol and the community. ln making these contributions, Pi Sigma has 'set a goal of the highest standards for its brothers. These standards include the development of personality, scholarship and faithful duty to God, country and school. Since Pi Sigma's inception in i947, the brothers have rigorously adhered to these stand- ards, as our outstanding record will shovv. During five of the past sixteen years, Pi Sigma has held the silver cup for the fraternity with the highest scholastic average on campus. In addition, Pi Sigma has had many brothers active in all facets of campus life and stu- dent government including ollhcers of l.F.C., class presidents, co-chairman of Judicial Board, May Day committees and several varsity sports. SEATED-J. Dunne, T. Gagliardi, B. Schiavelli, T. Giglio, B. Wimmers, H, Beck, J. Magill, A. Kalbouss, E. Petrie. STANDING-A. Firsow, lvl. Znagahi, T. Grutzmacher, D. Seamon. 98 '.-1'r'fr.f3,I, we-if ' M . z 1- - -, Tau Epsilon Phi M"ii'4ic 3' -'-'- ' ' vt' f-ez Q 't,,oj,PJ,'Q1! is l:' A i'hi'l-r1"t'i'hi Mt'i"n'b' Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity was founded in l9lO by ten students of Columbia University. The fraternity was formed with three major goals in mind: scholarship, brotherhood, and the development of pride and spirit towards our college. In addition to these three goals Tau Epsilon Phi has three ideals to which it dedicates itself. We must develop our minds and must seek truth for its own sake. All brothers are urged and encouraged to participate in our College athletic programs, be it Varsity sports or the intramural program. Finally, we must be loyal to our college and have the courage to carry out our goals and aims. ln carrying out the above ideals, we shall then and only then establish a harmony within ourselves, our fraternity, and our college. Alpha Kappa became a chapter of Tau Epsilon Phi in the Fall of TQ63. We were the first fraternity at Adelphi to associate with a National Fraternal Organization. ln keeping with our National policy, our pledging is an organized attempt to instill Brotherhood, maturity, and scholarship. Alpha Kappa seeks to aid and encourage all Brothers to maintain a high level of aca- demic achievement. ln the fall of l96l and i962 Adelphi College awarded Alpha Kappa Fraternity for obtaining the highest scholastic average on campus. MARK FREEDENBERG FRONT ROW-D. Kaplan, J. Grothman, R. Diehl, J. Freedman, J. Freed- Weinfeld, A. Kannon, S. Parks, M. Freedenberg, E. Birnbaum, G. So man, L. Herskhowitz. BACK ROW-J. Hazen, A. Stein, J. Kannon, E. lotkin, A. Segal, l. Mack,J. Kaplan. 3 'g7iii.:g:'Q4L.1i :KET iv?" ' . 3 -- M' - ,, , iaif: ""f 2 uni ,E 5, +'4b.h " 1 4 ff V 'M ,aQ3i1.xlK:2m522a1fL,::?qZ1W 4 , 4, -.-Ji-, 'fu-5 ' W ,fn - www , - J Vp, ,J Q.-.WIA , 1 I , V. -any ,, L 1 IV .. I' 1... JV.. -. ' -K mfr . Q.. . . ai 5 nl V r.- V., ef' " M- I 'u-M-MY.. 2-:'r6"f,, x W, gwqaravvvi 1- ,,:AWj.,- , W , W... U ,M WM" ' , www!-f1..,n M- A wN"'..mlX p?,gif,,iE3, H., wtf, ,W w,,m.x,v My dk Lffgfsfgzif,fum,ejgqg-J,-,,,f.,., W. ,N ,L 'gwm-' K N W t 3 . 'P ,KA 'W U , MMM M w my am W,,,wf fs ' ' RS CAROLYN BEDNARSKI BRUCE P. BENEDICT GEORGE E. BENNETT, JR. Physicol Education BiOIO9y Accounting RICHARD BERKE ALLEN MARTIN BERKMAN DIANE BERMAN Morkeiing Accounting Psychology LEWIS BERGER Biology-Pre-Med -as EVELYN BERMAN General Business ALEXIS VITALI BENSON History LEE ANN BERNSTEIN JANET BERRY HARVEY BRUCE BESUNDER ATEP 100 Art Education History-Government JOAN BIEGAL German ELIZABETH JOAN BLOOM Spanish RUSSELL BIRDSALL, JR. MARTIN BLACK Psychology Government BARBARA LEE BLUMSTEIN STEPHEN M. BLUTH History History BARBARA BOCCIO MICHAEL BOGEN VICTORIA BOLKER Accounting Biology 101 Fine Arts carolyn bednarski-physical education club, w.a.a. board, badminton manager, varsity softball, hockey, basketbail, tennis. bruce benedict george e. bennett-kappa pi alpha, treas- urer, accounting society. lewis berger-class president, alpha epsilon delta, delta phi gamma, group leader, soph council. richard berke-omicron pi, rep to national fraternities, hillel, allen martin berkman-dean's list, accounting society, pi lambda phi, freshman basketball manager, hillel. cliane laerman-phi sigma sigma, senior rush chairman, secretary, may festival executive committee, trash newspaper, psychology Clllbg evelyn batman-alpha epsilon phi recording secretary, hillel, business ed. club. alexis vitali benson-s.a. corresponding secretory, delta delta delta sponsor chair- man, src secretary, oracle activities editor, executive comm. university weekend, may festival executive committee, all coliege weekend central committee, daisy chain, group leader, delta ,delta delta brooklyn alliance scholarship. lee ann bernstein--hillel, education club. ianet berry-sigma kappa, tine arts club. harvey bruce besinder-transfer, harpur college, ccun, young republicans, pre-law society, hillel, joan biegel--delta tau alpha, deita phi alpha, president, de-na's list, tour years, iuniar high honors, die boolenrunde, presi- dent, newman club, w.a.l.i. russell birdsall jr.-captain at soccer team, psych ciub, republican club. martin black--vvho's who, vice president at s.o., Vdelphian, gov't editor, associate editor, history guild, hillel executive board, collegi- ate council tor the u.n., young democrats, wali, co-editor, class newspaper, class coun- cil. . elizabeth ioan bloom-delta tau alpha, pi delta phi, sigma delta pi, spanish club, dean's list, trosh honors, soph honors, junior high- esthanors. barbara fee biumstein-transfer, nassau community college, hillei, deita sigma alpha. stephen bluth-pi iambda phi, orchon, rush chairman, pledge captain, iunior council, council ot '64, group leader. barbara boccioe-accounting society, senior rep, phi mu, treasurer, secretary, rush chair- man, newman club, secretory, accounting honor society. michael bogan-alpha epsilon pi-waii, sta- tion-bus, mngr. victoria bollcer-'phi sigma sigma, standards board, rush chairman, time arts club. barry laoodmcm--young democrats, presis dent, judicial board, delphian, city editor, pre-law society, vice-pres.f wali, tratelligout- look. A A jane boone-newman club, biology club. O boria daniel--n.e.a.g education club, geifman club. loan bouchier-beta beta beta, co-chairman soph council, delta gamma social chairman: biology club. A ioan susan brenner-phi sigma sigma, social chairman, vice archon, pledge mistress, roundtable. y R elissa bresswiota alpha pi,phi alpha theta, iunior honors. A ruth s. bronfman-hillel, 'publicity chairman, sna, publicity chairman, biology club, cen- tral publicity committee, delphian reporter. donna brooks-delta delta delta, president, twirling squaolp newrnan clulo, group leader, psych club. .- y albert lorosche--varsity basketball, ftrosh basketball, sam., maa., newman clulo, , irene brotsky'-'alpha epsilon phi, lpanhel rep.,grou,pleaclergdorm council. y yi ben brown-eaccaunting society, hillel. I A carol brown-stucfent nurses association. i i robert s. brown--pi Eambda phig s.r.c:.l A fy iune I. brush-transfer: oneontalgfstate teachers collegegmoth club. T f i helen d. brymcm-ccun, presiclentg srcgygroup leader, orchestra, international students' society, iota alpha pi, social chairman, . natalie budner--phi sigma sigma, sogiai chairman: sociology club, corresponding sec-A rotary. my A patricia ruth bulger-sigma kaptlwz ,home economics club, delegate to state homeiyeco- nomic-association, g gt peter burns BARRY BOODMAN JANET BOONE Government Biology-Med Tech l DANIEL Bom ATEP JOAN BOUCHIER JOAN SUSAN BRENNER Med Tech English ELISSA BRESS History RUTH S. BRONFMAN DONNA BROOKS ALBERT BROSCHE Nursing 102 Psychology Industrial Management W-fs.. iff-H .f ' ff fm? IRENE BROTSKY ATEP JUNE L. BRUSH Mathematics , . 4, ,fi BEN BROWN CAROL BROWN ROBERT S. BROWN Accounting Nursing Psychology HELEN D. BRYMAN NATALIE BUDNER PATRICIA RUTH BULGER English Sociology Home Economics PETER BURNS English ERVIN BURR05 YVETTE MARIE CAHN THOMAS J. CALABRESE, JR. Pgyqlqglgggy Executive Secretarial Personnel Management STUART CAMEN LEWIS J. CAMPANELLA LEON J. CAMPO Biology Hisiory-Pre-Law l'liSTOl'y W. THOMAS CALDER Psychology HQ' JOYCE CARLSEN Nursing MARY JOYCE CARLSON English PAMELA J. CARLTON LAVINIA CARTER GAIL CHARNICK Biology 104 Biology-Pre-Med ATEP JAMES CHESTNUT Physical Education 'iv 440 BARBARA DIAN NE CLIVNER Art Design ' ' WILLIAM CHRISTENSEN, JR. BRUCE B. CLARK industrial Management Mathematics BERNARD H. COHEN RONNIE GAIL COHEN Speech-Drama Speech Arts NW.. LARRY G. COLEMAN LEATHIA TAYLOR CONROW LINDA PAULA COOPER Biology English History ervin burros-psychology co-editor tor sci- ence iournal, psychology club. yvette marie cahn-transfer, university ot vermont, delta delta delta, recording secre- tary, w.a.a. representative, business club, s.a.m. thomas i. calabress ir.-s.a.m. thomas w. calder-biology club, psychology club, varsity track. stuart camen lewis i. campanella-vvho's who, pi lambda phi, class co-president, co-representative, tlambaeu, history guild, s.r.c. chairman, board at alumni, m.i.a.c. treasurer, execu- tive committee all college weekend. leon i. campo-history guild, republican re- cruits, iunior honors, ioyce carlsen-student nurses association, lutheran club, mary ioyce carlson-roundtable pamela i. carlton-alpha epsilon delta, beta beta beta, chairman publicity committee iun- ior class, council ot '65. lavinia carter-transfer: tisk university, dean's list, biology club, student christian as- sociation, newman club, class council, dormi- tory council, stagecratters. gail charnick-transfer: cortland state, dean's list, hillel, seanys, education club, volleyball club. iames chestnut-delta phi gamma, president men's a.a. physical education club, varsity basketball, varsity track, campus police. william Christensen, ir.-society tor advance- ment ot management, american management association. bruce b. clark-mathematics club, varsity swimming. barbara dianne clivner-class council, al- pha epsilon phi panhellenic delegate, tine arts club, class publicity committee. bernard h. cohen-gold mask productions, all college night skit co-chairman, held day class co-chairman, iunior council, council ot '64. ronnie gail cohen-iota alpha pi, daisy chain, wali, hillel, gold mask production. larry g. coleman-group leader, epsilon phi, recording secretary, campus police. leathia taylor-conrow-seanys, linda paula cooper-transfer, university ot texas, history guild, alpha epsilon phi. wallis cooper-delta tau alpha, psi chi, freshman, sophomore, iunior honors, dean's list, psych club, republican club, ccun, harriet cooperman noel leon corpuel-accounting society, treas- urer, group leader, co-captain varsity tennis team, captain varsity squash team, fresh- man basketball team, hillel. ieanne kathleen costanza-alpha epsilon delta, beta beta beta, biology club, german club, oracle. richard coulter-transfer: paul smith's col- lege, kappa pi alpha, italian club, delphian. owen cowitt iolee crane-newman club, glee club. marilyn iean cross-physical education club, women's athletic association, m.g,r., new- man club, varsity tield hockey, basketball, tennis. peter i. cunningham-transfer, mount st. mary,sam, donna damsey-transfer: queens college, varsity swimming team, sigma alpha eta, vice-president, iota alpha pi, rush chairman, vvali, hiliel. barbara dansky-transfer, queens college, history guild, delta phi epsilon, pledge mother, hillel. thomas de benedictus-accounting society, epsilon phi, treasurer. cliane marie de trancisci-transfer: bates college, bio honorary, dean's list, women's residence hall, women's student government, president. james dell-chi sigma, corresponding sec- retary, group leader, campus police, tratelli. helen dempewohof-phi mu, secretary, treasurer, panhel delegate, die badenrunde, s.a.m., Canterbury club. lowell allen charlotte deschamps beth deutsch-hillel, ccun, young democrats, president, phi alpha theta, history guild. '95, Nur' WALLIS COOPER HARRIET COOPERMAN PSYCIWOIOUY Speech Therapy .IEANNE KATHLEEN COSTANZA RICHARD COULTER BioIogyMPre-Med. History NOEL LEON CORPUEL Accounting OWEN COWITT Biology itnrff itz JOLEE CRANE Sociology-Sociol Work , mud' BARBARA DANSKY Hisfory HELEN DEMPEWOLFF Business Education MARILYN JEAN CROSS PETER J. CUNNINGHAM DONNA DAMSEY Pnysicoi Education Business Speech Therapy THOMAS DE BENEDICTUS DIANE MARIE DE FRANCISCI JAMES DELL Accounting Biology History BETH DEUTSCH History Q LOWELL ALLEN CHARLOTTE DESCHAMPS PSYCIWOIOQY 107 Mcxfiwemofics Nw Wx Ls' JSE' M. THOMAS DE NONNO Pre-Med. JANICE DORENBECHER BARBARA DRUSS VINCENT GERARD DUNN, JR. Nursing History Personnel Management JAMES DUNNE History PETER DUNSAY Mathematics r""""""' E-D' LINDA MARY DYGERT CHARLES EDWARDS CAROL EICHINGER English 108 Mathematics Psychology "Q-0-'FQ GK RICHARD ENGELBRECHT SYLVIA EPNER Physics Sociology-Anthropology MARJORIE EISLER ANTEP Q53 ' Qs. f 'Oi FW' Nadi SHEREE ETKIN Speech FIORELLO F. FABIANO ROBERTA FALANGA fVlC1I'li8Tlt1Q Biglggy Q "i"U' MARK FARRINGTON LEWIS FEIERSTEIN JOAN FEINSTEIN English Music 109 Aff m. thomas di nonno-young republicans, vice-president, italian club. ianice dorenbecher-sigma kappa, rush chairman, student nurse's association. barbara druss-history guild, alpha epsilon phi, co-rush chairman, seany's, freshman honors, soph honors, soph council. vincent gerarcl dunn, ir.-s.a.m., vice-presi- dent, psych club, republican club, newman club. james clunne-i.t.c., secretary, pi sigma, vice- president, delphian staft. peter dunsay-math club, president, out- look, math editor science iournal. linda mary clygart-transfer: college of new rochelle, delta Zeta, newman club, student nurses' association, all college night, song chairman. charles edwards-math club, chemistry club. carol eichinger-alpha epsilon phi, social chairman, psych club, hillel. mariorie eisler-delta phi epsilon, gift chair- man, education club, treasurer, delphian, scr, hillel. richard engelbrecht-physics club, vice-presi- dent, newman club, co-editor science iour- nal. sylvia epner-sociology club, outlook. sheree etkin-transfer: cortland state, sigma alpha eta, co-chairman transfer orientation, co-chairman senior dinner, iunior council, delphian, delta phi epsilon, executive coun- cil. fiorello F, fabiano-phi sigma delta, i.t.c. rep, pledge master, corresponding secre- tary. robert falanga-biology club. mark Farrington lewis teierstein-opera workshop, glee club, may festival, all university night music co- chairman, joan Feinstein-kappa pi, sec-treas, alpha epsilon phi, secretary, tine arts club. wilma feltman--c.c.u.n., sidekick statt, dorm iudicial board, dorm toad committee, hillel, varsity field hockey, tennis. bonnie fine-sigma alpha eta, wali. francine tink-psi chi, vice president. barbara tinkelstein-delta phi epsilon vice president, inter dormitory executive council, secretary-treasurer woman's residence, seany's, hillel, group leader, s.r.c. steven firstenberg-pi lambda phi, archon- pledge master, co-chairman senior ball, soph council, council ot '64, group leader, chemistry club. carol fisher-s.a.m. alpha epsilon phi, cor- responding secretary, treasurer, transfer, university ot rhode island, dramatics club, dorm representative. william fitterer-student affiliate, american chemical society, dakin chemical society. raymond ira todor-dean's list, freshman, sophomore, junior honors, alpha epsilon del- ta vice president, beta beta beta, biology club, delphian, science editor, science iour- nal, biology editor, hillel. lynn forster-treshman, sophomore, iunior honors, psi chi vice president, seanys presi- dent, spanish club, hillel. donna foster-alpha epsilon delta, beta beta beta, phi beta kappa scholarship, freshman honors, dean's list, biology -club, glee club, chamber music society. bonnie toxelantern, vvho's who, alpha epsi- lon phi, class of i964 co-president, secretary, group leader, co-chairman trash hop, iunior prom, committee on curriculum representa- tive. lawrence m. frank--trench club, all college night, chairman freshman songs, sociology club. eliot frederic-canterbury club, president, glee club. george i. freed mark freedenberg-alpha epsilon delta, bi- ology club, tau epsilon phi, president, or- chestra, wali. mitchell freedman-accounting society. jason freshman-delta phi gamma, historian, varsity golf, co-captain, biology club, hillel. ellen trey-transfer, university ot rhode is- land, freshman, sophomore, iunior honors, dean's list, phi sigma sigma, recording sec- retary, psychology club. ian-e elyse friedman-sigma alpha eta, trans- fer, syracuse university. barbara boyar galison-art club, daisy chain, council ot '64, class newspaper. E ioel l. gannotti-chemistry seminar. WILMA FELTMAN BONNIE FINE English Speech Therapy BARBARA FINKELSTEIN STEVEN FIRSTENBERG ATEP Chemistry FRANCINE FINK Psychology CAROL FISHER General Business Q if WILLIAM FITTERER RAYMOND lRA FODOR LYNN FORSTER Chemistry 110 Biology-Pre-Med ANTEP fan. 'df' N N uf sayin. BONNIE FOX LAWRENCE M. FRANK ELIOT FREDERIC EI'19liSl'l General Business Genercxl Business DONNA FOSTER Biology-APre-Med 'Q' arg Wolf r, 9,1 - f fs MARK FREEDENBERG MITCHELL FREEDMAN JASON FRESHMAN BiologyfPre-Med Accounting Biology-Pre-Dent GEORGE FREED Government JOEL L. GANNOTTI Chemistry ELLEN FREY JANE ELYSE FRIEDMAN BARBARA BOYAR GALISON Psychology Speech Therapy 111 Art JAMES V. GARVEY FRANK J. GASPARRINI DORIS GASSEN History Ch6miSTVY German , lr, JOYCE LEONARD GELFAND BARBARA ROSENZWEIG GELLERT ROSLYN GERSON Executive Secretarial Speech Therapy Spanish DONNA GEIS Med-Tech in KENNETH M. GERUS Industrial Management CAROL GILDERSLEEVE Biology .05 N, Sociohngy 112 Government KF JOAN B. GINSBERG DENNiS A. GLADSTONE FRANCES GLASS Speech Arts T FRANCINE GLUCKMAN RAYMOND GODDARD Sociology Mathematics LINDA H EDY GLASS English 'law BERNARD l.. GOLDBERG IRA GOLDBERG ' Biology Chemistry ROGER GOETZEL Chemistry EILEEN GOLDBLATT JOYCE PAULA GOLDBLATT Lll.lAN GOLDSTEIN English Speech Therapy 113 Art Education iames v. garvey-kappa pi alpha, m.a.a., sec- retary, co-chairman soph council, iunior council, student side, trosh, varsity baseball, basketball. frank j. gasparrini-transfer: st, iohn's univer- sity, chem club, a.c.s. doris gassen-die bodenrunde, le cercle francais, lutheran club. dana geis-biology club. ioyce leonarcl gelfand-alpha epsilon -phi, historian, hillel. barbara rosenzweig gellert-sigma alpha eta, wali, hillel, roslyn gerson-phi sigma sigma, bursar, del- ta phi alpha, die bodenrunde, spanish club, hillel, seanys, biology club. kenneth m. gerus-freshman, varsity soccer, s.a.m., pi sigma epsilon, delphian statt. carol gilclersleeve-delta delta delta, pine panel delegate, biology club, iunior council. joan b. ginsberg-delta omicron, phi sigma sigma, archon, rush chairman, tennis team. dennis a. gladstone-transfer, hobart col- lege, pre-law society, campus police, wali. frances glass-summer theatre workshop. linda hedy glass-sidekick, associate editor, c.C.u.n., may festival committee. francine gluckman. raymond godclarcle-council ot religious clubs, president, student christian association, math club, group leader, die bodenrunde. roger goetzel-dakin chemical society, vice- president. bernard l. goldberg-east hall, treasurer, inter dormitory council, biology club. ira goldberg-dakin chemical society, vice- president, treasurer. eileen goldblafr-transfer: state university at new paltz, fine arts club, hillel. ioyce paula goldblatt-transfer: emerson col- lege, delta phi epsilon, standards board, s.r.c., sigma alpha eta. lilian goldstein-Une arts club, seanys, hiilel. rebecca gorman-transfer, university of mi- ami, delta phi epsilon, secretary, hillel. margie gormely-transter, molloy, literary club, sociology club, philosophy club. joyce gotliebvtransterz university ot miami, delta phi epsilon, recording secretary, junior council, sigma alpha eta, s.r.c. lloyd gottlieb-dean's list, sophomore, junior high honors, alpha epsilon delta, historian, biology club, glee club. phyllis gottliebeealpha epsilon phi, spanish club, hillel. gene grabiner-phi sigma delta, itc delegate, social chairman, vice master trater, delphian, co-chairman trash revolt. daniel grady-sam., newman club, robert grasso-wali, program director, gold mask, delphian, judy ann gray-delta omicron, secretary, chamber music society, vice-president, soci- ology club. judy greenberg-transfer: university of mii- ami, fine arts club. neal greene-omicron pi. kelly greenfielcl-omicron pi, president, itc delegate, constitution committee, philosophy club, fine arts club. donald greenstein-math club, co-editor moth science journal, hillel. jean s. gregory mark grodin arnold grodman--omicron pi, president, pledgernaster, ifc delegate, m.a.a., freshman basketball, lacrosse, s.a.m., hillel, itc all- starteom. kathy gross-sigma kappa, student nurses' association, student christian association. gerald grossman--tau epsilon phi, pledge- master, itc delegate. REBECCA GORMAN MARGIE GORMELY uw-9' Biology English JOYCE GOTLIEB Speech Therapy aa LLOYD GOTTLIEB PHYLLIS GOTTLIEB Biology-Pre-Med Spanish GENE GRABINER History-Pre-Law DANIEL GRADY ROBERT GRASSO JUDY ANN GRAY Industrial Management 114 Speech Music Education vii' JUDY GREENBERG Art Education JEAN S. GREGORY Physical Educctlon NEAL GREENE KELLY GREENFIELD DONALD GREENSTEIN Government Art Mathematics MARK GRODIN ARNOLD GRODMAN KATHY GROSS Government Marketing Nursing X-jetty-sg 5 LZQQLVJ-'4 'S' A' '.1'.i'Q1 5 EE E L GERALD GROSSMAN L ,I Biology-Pre-Dent 5 1 av ROBERT C, GROSZ FERN GUIOR HOWARD GULKER Biglogy Speech Education Marketing '65 VIRGINIA HAFNER MADELEINE HALL THEODORE S. HALL Physicui Education Nursing History STEPHEN HAND Government DOROTHY E. HABBEN English DANIEL HALPERN Accounting ALICE HANSEN EDWARD HANUS MARGARET HARTON Nursing 116 History History SYLVIA HARTSTEIN History SUSAN HAYWARD Biology BRUCE HAXTHAUSEN MARY P. HAYES Psychology Nursing JEFFREY HAZAN LAWRENCE HEALEY Philosophy Hjgtgry 0' """-..:.w"'F ,WILLIAM MEYLE HEBERER, JR, RUTH HEGEMEN CAROL COHEN HEINBERG Business Management Physical Education 117 English robert c. grosz , fern guior-iota alpha pi, hillel. howard gulker-who's who, treshman, varsity basketball, captain, dorm senior assistant, delta phi gamma, Etc delegate. dorothy e. habben-who's who, lantern, delta tau alpha, dean's list, treshman, sophomore, junior high honors, sidekick, editor-in-chief, judicial board, newman club, president, roundtable, president, del- phian, teature editor, group leader. virginia hatner-w,a.a., president, vice- president, secretary, varsity tennis, basket- ball, held hockey, softball, chairman ot new student picnic and field day, physical edu- cation club. madeleine hall-student nurses' association, theodore s. hall. daniel halpern-accounting society, presi- dent, hillel. stephen hand-young democrats, treasurer, pre-law society, hillel. alice hansen-sigma kappa, student nurses' association. edward hanus-who's who, co-chairman orientation week, judicial board, class newspaper, junior council, co-chairman tug otwar. margaret harton-transfer: antioch college. sylvia hartstein-who's who, lantern, iota al- pha pi, panhel delegate, s.a. co-vice-presi- dent, s.a. co-treasurer, co-chairman transfer orientation, group leader, executive board, central committee-all-college weekend, his- tory guild, wali, miac rep, s.a.c., soph coun- cil, junior council, council ot i964. bruce haxthausen-psychology club. mary p. hayes-student nurses' association, daisychain. susan haywarcl-transfer: wornen's college of university of north carolina. jeffrey hazan-dean's list, junior honors, tau epsilon phi, itc delegate, philosophy club, group leader. lawrence healey-kappa pi alpha, del- phian, c.c.u,n., newman club, german club, william meyle heberer, jr.-s.a.m. ruth hegeman-physical education club, w.a.a. board, basketball manager, varsity hockey, basketball, softball, tennis. carol cohen heinberg-sophomore, junior honors, roundtable, psi chi. alan f. heins-transfer, queens college, in- ter-varsity christian fellowship, glee club, delphian staff, pylon. james r. hensler-biology club, newman club. pauline herd-transfer: panther collegiate institute, Canterbury club. victoria prescott herd-transfer: panther col- legiate institute, canterbury club. barbara herald-vvho's who, judicial board, corresponding secretary, psychology club, president, psi chi, treasurer, dean's list, freshman, junior high honors, outstanding freshman woman, sigma kappa, panel delegate, chairman ponhel reception, group leader, science journal editorial board, can- terbury club, glee club. mitchel john hertig-tau kappa epsilon. myrna hessel-phi sigma sigma, bursar, hil- lel, education club. carol anna hibbard-psychology club, carolyn hill-delta zeta, student christian association, biology club, foreign student festival. marcia hilton-who's who, delta gamma, roundtable, may festival co-chairman, del- phian, managing editor, news editor, group leader, wali, student christian association. richard hinis-sam., sigma epsilon, treasurer. barbara hirsch. eileen hirsch. margaret jean hoffman-transfer: endicott junior college, may festival executive com- mittee, fine arts club. norman hoffman-varsity swimming, base- ball, gymnastic club, physical education club, band. john f. hogan, jr.-delphian sports editor, basketball manager, republican club, eco- nomics club. paul hollander-omicron pi, social chairman, athletic chairman, ifc delegate, freshman, varsity swimming, varsity lacrosse, oracle, business manager. jcnice h. huber-physical education club, vv.a,a. board, varsity hockey, basketball, softball. . .,. ALAN F. HEINS JAMES R. HENSLER l'll5lO"Y Biology -Pre-Med 16' VICTORIA PRESCOTT HERD BARBARA L. HEROLD Sociology Psychology PAUUNE HERD Sociology MITCHEL JOHN HERTIG History CANO 17413,-,.4,.1 T ' ,,.,,, f W-.2',.., I W at t .I Y M f- rs si s -2 ,ff i . , 4-W.. ...L ......s.1.-.i--M9 ...MM r--' 'MQYN . 1' A1 MYRNA HESSEL English RICHARD HiNIS Marketing CAROL ANNA HIBBARD Psychology BARBARA HIRSCH Biology CAROI-YN HH-L MARCIA HILTON Med-TECH Engligh fit EILEEN HIRSCH MARGARET JOAN HOFFMAN Biology A1'TEducaTian in NORMAN HOFFMAN Physical Education JOHN F. HOGAN, JR. PAUL HOLLANDER Economics 119 History JANICE H. HUBER Physical Education ALFRED HULSE EDWARD HUMBERT NINA IERADI WILLIAM R. HUDSON Arf 'BX "A Accounting Accounting French ,1- ELLEN IMBERMAN ATEP JERILYN INGOLD Business JACK INSINGA, JR. DENNIS IPPOLITO ANN E. IRWIN Government 120 Government Philosophy "--ni" EW NATALIA IZJUMOVA ARLENE JACOBSON . English Speech Therapy LUCY WAC HTER ISAACSON French WB? PATRICIA JAFFE DANIELJ. 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JACOBSON French Ah-nf.-Q if JOHN JERUMANIS JULIE JOHNSON MARIANNE KACZMAREK Industrial Management English 121 PIWSICUI Edwmlon william r. hudsonmtau epsilon phi, scribe, delphian statt, fine arts club. alfred hulse edward humbert nina ierardi-who's who, lantern, delta gamma, president, treasurer, pi delta phi, treasurer, may festival executive board, cheerleader, groupleader, student lounge co-chairman, junior council, council ot l964, classco-rep. ellen imberman-pylon, editorial staff, edu- cation club, delphian, hillel, sociology club. ierilyn ingolcl iack insinga, jr.-varsity baseball, soph councii, frosh basketball. dennis ippolito-dean's list, sophomore, jun- ior high honors, phi alpha theta, president, history guild, c.c.u.n., president. ann e. irwin-delta tau alpha, psi chi, phi- losophy club, glee club. lucy wachter isaacson-transfer, boston uni- versity, phi sigma sigma, pi delta phi, psi chi, le cercle francais, vice-president, hillel, freshman council, drama club. natalia iziumova-dean's list, freshman, sophomore honors, pi delta phi, delta phi al- pha, die bodenrunde, treasurer, le cercle francais, delphian. arlene iacobson-transfer, university of rhode island, alpha epsilon phi, social chair- man, sigma alpha eta, wali, all-college night, executive committee. madelyne e. iacobson-dean's list, fresh- man, sophomore, iunior high honors, iota alpha pi, corresponding scribe, pi delta phi, president, group leader, iunior council, french club, secretary, spanish club, oracle, faculty portraits editor. patricia latte-student nurses association. daniel i. iamieson-transfer, university of connecticut, who's who, pylon, editor, associ- ate editor, group leader, delphian staft. john ierumanis-s.a.m. julie johnson-delta delta delta, panhel dele- gate, panhel secretary, daisy chain, dorm iudicial board, panhel princess. marianne kaczmarek-vv.a,a., physical edu- cation club, newman club. alexander kalbouss-pi sigma, treasurer, s.a.m., delphian statt, canterbury club. sandra kalisher-dean's list, treshman sophomore, iunior high honors, trash chem- istry achievement award, dakin chemical society, president, beta delta chi, president. kathryn kallelis-delta gamma, panhel dele- gate, corresponding secretary, soph council, biology club. allen kaplan-delta phi gamma, correspond- ing secretary, treasurer, campus police, or- acle,s,a.m. norman dennis kaplan-tau epsilon phi, pledgemaster, iunior council, c.c.u.n., pre- law society. susan ellen kaplan-who's who, iota alpha pi, chancellor, vice-chancellor, bursar, pan- hellenic association, president, secretary, cheerleaders, captain, s.a.c., s.r.c., co- chairman recognition dance, daisy chain, group leader, all-college weekend central committee. stephen g. karasik-economics club, ac- counting society, kappa delta omega, vice- president, wali, young democrats, treasurer, hillel. warren w. kass-wali, education club, c.c.u.n. george robert kast-chi sigma, physical education club, freshman, varsity track, co- chairman soph hop. "'--mu.. ww ALEXANDER KALBOUSS SANDRA KALISHER Marketing Chemistry KATHRYN KAl.LELlS Biology 'iii' 'ITL' hcrriet kOTskeApSyChOiOQy Club: ALLEN KAPLAN NORMAN DENNIS KAPLAN lois katz-sigma alpha eta. robert katz-delta phi gamma. gertrude katzoft marilyn kaye-iota alpha pi, recording scribe, social chairman, sigma alpha eta, treasurer, psi chi, education club, oracle staff, central booster committee. patricia anne kaye-sigma delta pi, spanish club. mark m. keller-dean's list, freshman, iunior honors, beta beta beta, president, biology club, hillel, delphian photo statt, science iournal. george keogh-treshman, varsity basket- ball, s.a.m,, newman club. sandy kerin-transfer: brooklyn college, dean's list, iota alpha pi, recording scribe- daisy chain. 1 sandra a. kern-w.a.a. board, physical edu- 1 cation club, nevvman club, philosophy club, education club, robert kerr-sam. adrienne kessler-seany's, education club- hillel. 1 General Business Pre-Law SUSAN ELLEN KAPLAN l-listory-Govern ment STEPHEN G, KARASIK WARREN W, KASS GEORGE ROBERT KAST Economics 122 History Physical Education HARRIEI KATSKE Psychology yn-a4"'i' MARILYN KAYE Speech Therapy 'Rt ak .auf nl LOIS KATZ ROBERT KATZ GERTRUDE KATZOFF 5D6OCI1Ti1CrG5Jy GeneraI Business Education 'T-232 PATRICIA ANNE KAYE MARK M. KELLER GEORGE KEOGH Spanish BioIogy C3OV9i'I'iIT9i'iI'7Pi'O'LiIVV SANDY KERIN SANDRA A. KERN ROBERT KERR Psychology Physical Education 123 Industrial Management ADRIENNE KESSLER ANTEP .""'Qf ATN ARLENE KESSLER DORIS KLAUS FLORENCE KLAYMAN Speech Therapy French Sociology ai BERNICE KLEID Governmenf GERARD KLEIMAN PHYLLIS KLEIN SUSAN KLIGER Reioiling English Psychology -18-J"' BERYL KRANZ Ari' Educoiion DOROTHY KLAPPER ANTEP FREDERICK W. KOCH Iridusrrioi Mo nogernenf EVA KOEVESNI ELLEN KOGEL EPHRAM KOHEN Sociology 124' EngIIsI'1 Chemistry ARTHUR KOPPELMAN RUTH KRAMER Government Business Education s , Lk K DIANE B. KOORSE ATEP 'K Anangu -dv'-www M Kin AUGUST J. KREUZKAMP, JR. JOAN WEBER iuzopr W Business Management English TAY W. KRAUSE Physical Education M BARBARA ANN KRUK MARTIN KUPERBERG ' PAUL LABB Mathematics Economics 123 History arlene kessler-transfer: pennsylvania state university, sigma delta tau, vice-president, judicial board, sigma alpha eta, wali. cloris klaus-transfer, western reserve univer- sity, sigma delta pi, pi delta phi, trench club, spanish club, education club, hillel. florence klayman-sociology club, president, vice-president, outlook, hillel, bernice kleid-alpha epsilon phi. gerard kleiman-s.a,m., retailing club, lu- theran club. phyllis klein-streshman, sophomore, iunior honors, roundtable. susan kliger-alpha epsilon phi, freshman, varsity cheerleader, psychology club, math club, dorm toad committee. dorothy klapper-transfer, geneseo state, seanys, hillel, education club. frederick w. koch-,kappa pi alpha, itc delegate. eva koevesdi-sociology-a nth ropology club. ellen koge!-glee club, biology club, delta omicron. ephram kohen-varsity soccer, chemistry club, international students' society. diane b. koorsemtranster, new paltz state teachers college, vv.a.a., seanys. arthur koppelman-Zeta beta tau, c.c.u.n., co-president, s.r.c,, co-chairman transter ori- entation, iunior council, co-chairman tielcl day. ruth kramer-hillel, business education club, s,a.m. tay w. krause august i. kreuzkamp, ir,-sam., president, american management association, republi- can club. ioan weber kropt-education club. barbara ann kruk-phi mu, vice-president, rush chairman, may day chairman, math club, newman club, education club, biology club. martin lcuperberg-lcappa delta omega, eco- nomics club, accounting society, s.a.m. paul labb-delta phi gamma, history guild, campus police, pre-law society, beryl kranz susan wexler lahn-alpha epsilon phi, dean's list, iunior honors, ine arts club. catharine lake-ephi mu, vice-president, pledge director, panhel delegate, sigma al- pha eta, student christian association. peter ronald lane-hillel, executive commit- tee, council ot religious clubs. charles w. lang, irfchi sigma, freshman, varsity track, accounting society. leslie lattin-vvali, delphian, glee club, pre- lavv society, biology club. charles laufman ronald lavit-kappa delta omega, psychol- ogy clulo, hillel. maddi lazarow-phi sigma sigma, young democrats, hillel, education club. loretta lebair-dean's list, freshman, sopho- more, iunior high honors, spanish club, sigma delta pi, secretary, pi delta phi, trench ciulo, C.C.U.i'i. audrey tink leblanc-iota alpha pi, social chairman, hillel, retailing club, secretary. toby lederetrench club, spanish club, hillel. ira howard leibowitz-kappa delta omega, president, vice-president, wali, economics club, hillel. rachelle d. leicht-delta phi epsilon, presi- dent rush chairman, sigma alpha eta, hillel, little theatre productions, vvali, dorm big sister. lois lemmo-italian club, secretary. arlene lesser lennitt-kappa pi, pylon art statt, delphian news statt, hillel, fine arts club. lois m. leonardedelta gamma, recording secretary, class secretary, iunior council, co- chairman student lounge, freshman, varsity cheerleader, co-captain, class publicity committee. linda lerner-etreshman honors, alpha epsilon phi, president, rush chairman, psychology club, tall festival executive committee, soph council. frederick leshere-chi sigma, varsity lacrosse, lutheran club, physics club, american insti- tute ot physics, institute ot radio engineers. Art Speech Therapy .X SUSAN WEXLER LAHN CATHARINE LAKE PETER RONALD LANE industrial Management CHARLES W. LANG, JR. LESLIE LATTIN Accounting Government C HARLES LAUFMAN Physics RONALD LAVIT MADDI LAZAROW LORETTA LEBAIR Psychology 126 ANTEP Spanish AUDREY PINK LEBLANC Mc1rkeTing LOIS LEMMO English NIP-nfl!" ""'-lu. ,Q-Q, TOBY LEDER IRA HOWARD LEIBOWITZ RACHELLE D. LEICHT Hisfory Government-Pre-Low Speech ARLENE LESSER LENNITT LOIS M. LEONARD LINDA LERNER Art Education Speech Therapy Psychology FREDERICK LESHER Physics ALYSE LESSER MAUREEN LEVERNE ALLEN LEVIN Spanish Nursing Government' ALVIN LEVINE PETER HENRY LEVINE SUSAN LEVINE Psychology Accounting ATEP ERIC LEVIN General Business CHARLES M. LEVY Physics GAYLE K. LEWIS Speech and Dramatic Arts JOHN LEWIS ALAN LICHMAN MARILYN LIGHTCAP Physical Education 128 Psychology Nursing LINDA J. 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LUX 129 DONALD MCALLISTER NUrSing Marketing Government alyse lesser-sigma delta pi, vice-president, spanish club, phi sigma sigma, wali, record librarian. maureen leverne-sigma kappa, rush chair- man, varsity twirlers, student nurses associ- ation, newman club. allen Ievin--phi sigma delta, social chair- man, ifc delegate, hillel. eric Ievin-kappa pi alpha, itc delegate, basketball, lutheran club, s,a.m. alvin Ievine-phi sigma delta. peter henry levine-pi lambda phi, treas- urer, delphian photographer, accounting society, s.a.m., wali engineer. susan levine-delta phi epsilon, pledge- mother, vice-president, treasurer, education club, dorm iud board. charles m. levy-oracle, photo editor, del- phian, photographer. gayle k. lewis-sophomore, iunior honors, sigma alpha eta, president, wali. iohn lewis-omicron pi, oracle, sports editor, varsity soccer, lacrosse, physical education club, treasurer, campus police, newman club. alan Iichman-psychology club, hillel. marilyn lightcap-student nurses' association, Iutheran club. linda i. Iindenauer-republican club, may festival, hillel, german club. renee Iippin-gold mask productions, gold mask, alpha pai omega, wali. barry Ioeb. janet lomaga-varsity tield hockey, softball, W.C1.Ci. barbara Iovett-dean's list, student nurses' association, student christian association, sophomore honors. kathryn ann lower-vvho's who, lantern, freshman honors, co-president students' association, class co-president, co-rep, com- mittee on curriculum, dorm assistant, gold mask productions, group leader, co-chair- man class council, soph, iunior council, daisy chain. signe Iowgren-delta gamma, freshman cheerleader, student nurses' association, daisy chain, sweetheart ot tau kappa epsilon william c. lux-pi sigma epsilon, s.a.m., hil- lel. donald mcallister-omicron pi, historian, var- sity Iacrosse, canterbury club, physical edu- cation club. marie mcanclrews-pi delta phi, le cercle francais, newman club. catharine mcclermott-delta delta delta, pine tree rep, delta omicron, president, vice-presi- dent, treasurer, glee club, orchestra, daisy chain, chamber music society, fine arts club, canterloury club, corresponding secre- tary, twirlers, opera workshop productions, gold mask productions. martha mcdermott-symphony orchestra, chamber music society, gold mask produc- tions. mary mcgowan-sophomore, iunior honors, student nurses' association, treasurer, new- man club. ellen mcgrath-vvho's who, delta gamma, social chairman, group leader, soph council, freshman, varsity cheerleader, dance club, gold mask productions. george mckenzie-transfer, dutchess com- munity college, varsity basketball, dirn ciyb- cuk, psychology club, campus police. iames mcneil-kappa pi alpha, s.a.rn. lois mcpherson-seanys, neo. w. roger mcshane-kappa pi alpha, presi- dent, varsity lacrosse, soph council. george mcvey-chi sigma-lst vice-president, ifc delegate, social chairman, trash, varsity baseball, soccer, lacrosse, council of 1964, m.a.a., campus police. anne mackay-who's who, sigma kappa, iudicial board, student christian association, president, council of religious clubs, sigma alpha eta. john a. magill-pi sigma, secretary, s.a.m., group leader, freshman soccer. marilyn elizabeth maloney-delta tau alpha, sigma delta pi, pi delta phi, spanish club, french club, international festival, inter-van sity christian fellowship, c.c.u.n. maureen maloney-student nurses' associa- tion, student education association, newman club, freshman twirlers. alan mantell. ioan e. marchetti--delta delta delta, treas- urer, trident correspondent, twirlers, captain, co-captain, oracle, senior portraits editor, senior prom executive committee, howdi hop executive committee. phyllis margolin--hillel, education club, seanys. charles ioseph marinello-shi sigma, co- chairman junior prom, co-chairman, senior dinner, executive committee may festival, all- college night executive committee, marketing club. MARIE MCANDREWS French MARY McGOWAN Nursing f""'oo y. CATHARINE McDERMOTT Music Education ELLEN McGRATH Dance MARTHA MCDERMOTT Med Tech GEORGE McKENZlE Psychology f-0-y NVWWY9 JAMES McNEIL Business Management --my wi "-wr ,AR Industrial Management Spanish ANNE MacKAY Speech Therapy LOIS MCPHERSON W. ROGER McSHANE GEORGE McVEY ANTEP General Business Physical Educaiion JOHN A. MAGILL MARILYN ELIZABETH MALONEY MAUREEN MALONEY Nursing ALAN MONTELL JOAN E. MARCHETTI PHYLLIS MARGOLIN Biology English 131 ANTEP CHARLES JOSEPH MARINELLO Marketing K EDWARD B. MARKS Business Management 10 'with KENNETH MARKS GEORGIA MARMARELLIS PAUL MARSH Mathematics Physical Education Biology NINA ME Latin Med Tech i i i . , z J,-zz mzzazcy iifcgsmakaazai YERS JEANETTE VALARIE MARSHALL Speech Therapy JUDITH MARTIN f 9 A ' ,W A PHYLLIS MARYANOV ROBER MAUSEL THOMAS MAWHINNEY Art Education 132 Biology-Pre-Med Industrial Management . CYNTHIA HARDISTY MAY English DIANE MEINEKE Nursing 1 'ilk .Q-xt A-unnggi qv- BARRY MAZE EVE J. MECHUR Biology-Pre-Med German MARGRIT MEINEL JANE HAUSMAN MELTZER Germqn English RICHARD MESSINA MARLENE METZIS CAROLE MEYER Art Education English 133 P5YCl'0l0QY edward b. marks-s.a.m., pylon, council of i964, class newspaper, campus police. kenneth marks. georgia marmarellis--delta delta delta, chaplain, physical education club, education club, philosophy club, twirlers, all-college night, central committee. paul marsh-wali, outlook. ieonette valarie marshall-earle hall, presi- dent, vice-president, interdormitory council, sigma alpha eta, student christian associa- tion. iudith martin-delta delta delta, rush chair- man, marshall, biology club, Canterbury club, group leader, soph council. phyllis maryanov-iota alpha pi, panhel del- egate, daisy chain, fine arts club. robert mausel+dean's list, freshman, junior honors, kappa pi alpha, secretary, alpha epsilon delta, secretary, freshman, varsity baseball, beta beta beta, biology club, hil- lel. thomas mawhinney-s.a.m., republican club. cynthia hardisty may-wali, pylon, delphian, roundtable, secretary. berry maze. eve i. mechur-hillel, secretary, council of religious clubs, die bodenrunde, outlook. diane meinelce-student nurses' association, treasurer, student-faculty committee, student christian association. margrit meinel-die bodenrunde, delta phi alpha, lutheran club, glee club, chamber music society. jane nausman meltzer-transfer: boston uni- versity. richard messina-kappa pi, fine arts club, president. marlene metzis-transfer, elmira college, roundtable, orchestra, choir. carole meyer-phi sigma sigma, secretary, psychology club. nina meyer-iota alpha pi, chancellor, oracle, editor-in-chief, copy editor, record- ing secretary of s.a., council '64, group leader. club, ann associa tion. s.a.m , lu- theran club. phyllis molinari-'biology club, newman club. dominick morreale-alpha sigma delta, class vice-president, italian club, president, nancy barst mukamal--transfer, michigan state university, sigma alpha eta. mildrecl ruth murphye-who's who, iuclicial board co-chairman, lantern, roundtable, stu- dent christian association, president, gold mask, treasurer, may festival executive board, student aid, delphian, c.c.u.n., young republicans club. eileen murtagh-delta delta delta, social chairman, math club, newmon club, die bo- denrunde, chemistry club, group leader. iohn thomas nachmann--omicron pi, corre- sponding secretary, judicial board, group leader, dorm president, treasurer, delphian sports stahl, freshman soccer, s.a.m., all- university night co-chairman for class, coun- cil of 1964. robert nash--republican club, prsident, gamma delta, president, delta upsilon, social chairman, philosophy club, delphian, eco- nomics club, track. susan needlemon-alpha epsilon phi, biology club, hillel. marion nelkens-math club, glee club, delta ornicron, orchestra. helen newman-sigma delta tau, psychology club, hillel, inter religious council. alan r. newmark-hillel, pre-law society, dorm constitutional committee. margaret nicholson-pi delta phi, le cercle francais, president, phi mu, council of l964, gold mask productions. l iudith niemy-phi sigma sigma, panhel dele- gate, social chairman, hillel, freshman cheers leader. GILBERT MEZZ MARCIA MILBERG English History MARILYN MILLER Pi-iYLLis MILLER Art Education MGlliemUllC5 BARBARA E. MILLER Mathematics NEAL MILLMAN Psychology ANN A. MILTENBERG RICHARD MINGST PHYLLIS MOUNARI Nursing 134 Business Education Med Tech W NANCY BARST MUKAMAL MILDRED RUTH MURPHY EILEEN MURTAGH Speech Therapy English Mmhemoflcs DOMINICK MORREALE Psychology 'Rv ROBERT NASH SUSAN NEEDLEMAN MARION NELKENS History-Government Biology Molhemotics JOHN THOMAS NACHMANN Marketing JUDITH NIEMY English HELEN NEWMAN ALAN R. NEWMARK MARGARET NICHOLSON Psychology Government 135 French DEEDRE FLORENCE NORRIS MARGARET M. OCHWAT RICKI OLSHAN Art Dance Dromo THOMAS OPLINGER Accounting fig MADELEINE CLAIRE ORLANDI DIANE ORLOFF ROBERT J. OTTERBECK Nursing 'X-21?-T Z'- Music Biology JOHN RODNEY OXEE Marketing UMBERTO D. PAI.I.INI GeneroI Business JOSEPH PALUMBO PETER PANARITES MARIETTA PANTIN Physics 136 Mathematics ATEP ADRIA PEARLMAN JAYNE PERLES Art Speech and Drama ALAN B. PEARL Government-Pre-Law VALERIE PEVERLEY PHYLLIS PINTO Mathematics ATEP ROBERT PERSCHE Physical Education RICHARD POKORNY MICHAEL JOSEPH POLLAK MICHAEL POLLOCK History Biology-Pre-Med 137 Government cleedre florence norrish-dean's list, seanys, education club, recording secretary, fine arts club: twirlers. margaret rn. ochwot-transfer: western re- serve university, dance club, president, dean's list, junior honors, gold mask produc- tions. ricki olshan-alpha psi omega, gold mask, gold mask productions, iota alpha pi. thomas oplinger-may festival co-chairrnang accounting society. models-ine claire oriandi-sigma kappa, 2nd vice-president, panhel delegate, student nurses' association, corresponding secretary, student-faculty committee, nevvman clulo. diarie orlotf-phi sigma sigma, delta omicrong glee club, sociology club. robert i. otterbeck-delphion statt, biology club, education club. john rodney oxee-kappa pi alpha, sergeant at arms, ifc delegate, soph council, lutheran club, moo., ifc all star basketball team. umberto d. pallini. ioseph palumbo-american institute ot phys- ics. peter panorites. morietta pantin--education club, treasurer, vice-president, spanish club, newmon club. alan b. pearl-phi sigma delta, recording secretary, history guild, pre-law society. adria pearlman-hiilei, presidentg young democrats, secretary, kappa pi, fine arts club, psychology club, seanysg w.a.a. iayne peries-wali. robert persche-treshman, varsity baseball, chi sigma, campus police, physical education clubg m.a.a. Valerie peverley-sigma kappa, treasurer, student aides, Canterbury club, secretary, math club. phyllis pinto-education club, trench clubg spanish club. richard pokorny-del phian statt. michael joseph pollak-phi sigma delta, master frater, itc deiegatep alpha epsilon deltag beta beta beta, biology club, delphian statt. michael pollock-transfer: syracuse univer- sity, young democrats, gait team, hillel. linda penny port-who's who, lantern, presi- dent, class co-rep, iuclicial board, soph coun- cil, iunior council, co-chairman orientation wee-lc, delphian statt, group leader, delta phi epsilon, pledge mother, treasurer, chair- man central publicity committee. barbara portugal-hillel, president, fresh- man cheerleader, glee club. christine poseluzny-phi mu, newman club, dorm assistant, biology club. salvatore primeggia. norman prince-pi lambda phi, glee club. kaaren puhle-transfer, radtord college, del- ta zeta, president, social and activities chair- man, group leader, young republican club. kenneth rader-pylon, roundtable. constance radoczy-fine arts club, deborah rankin-stuclent christian associa- tion, psychology club. william r. rapp-wali program director, del- phian photographer, psychology club, treasurer, s.a.m., phi epsilon pi. kalervo raustiala-who's who, freshman, varsity swimming. jay reidel-delta phi gamma, ifc delegate, social chairman, soph council. clorothy r. revis-student nurses' association, lutheran club. carol ribner-biology club, beta beta beta, vice president, alpha epsilon delta, varsity softball, basketball, sociology club, outlook, german club. ioyce lynn rich-delta phi epsilon, council of l964, s.r.c., group leader, french club, italian club, hillel, class newspaper. robert l. ricken-freshman basketball, varsity tennis, squasn, omega delta chi, hillel. iudith ritter. vincent j. rivellese. LINDA PENNY PORT BARBARA PORTUGAL Mathematics English CHRISTINE POSELUZNY English :agrees SALVATORE PRIMEGGIA NORMAN PRINCE English Music KAAREN PUHLE History KENNETH RADER CONSTANCE RADOCZY DEBORAH RANKIN English 138 Art Psychology I 39 WILLIAM R. RAPP Psychology 3 CAROL RIBNER Biofogy-Pre-Med KALERVO RAUSTIALA JAY REIDEL DOROTHY R. REVIS History Government Nursing JOYCE LYNN RICH ROBERT I.. RICKEN JUDITH RITTER French Government Sociology-Anthropology VINCENT J. RUVELLESE Mathematics ati' mf GERALD ROBERTS ILSE M. ROBEZNIEKS LEONA WOOD ROGERS Chemistry Executive Secretoriol Nursing CAROL ROSENBERG Speech Tlwero py gunnii' FRANCES ROSENBERG JANE ROSENTHAL CIVIA ROTH Biology Art Education Biology uf" PAUL ROTHBERG History DIANE ROTHSCHILD Government REVA ROVNER HARRIET RUBIN JILL RUBIN French 140 Government Art ii MICHAEL RUDY History FREDERICK SAIDE History iw RANDI SACHAR SAMIR SAFWAT Speech Therapy Music ""..'2'-5' JANET ROBBINS SALTZMAN BURKE JOHN SAMSON Sociology Marketing I-as 'At ROGER SAMUELS DONALD SANTAGATO BONITA JOAN-MARIE SANTANIELLO Art Business Management Spanish 141 gerald roberts-transfer: albany state uni- versity, american chemical society, tau epsi- lon phi, scribe. ilse m. robeznieks-phi mu, rush chairman, social chairman, s.a.m., lutheran club, ger- man club, business club. C leona wood rogers-transfer: cornell uni- versity. carol rosenberg-transfer, syracuse univer- sity, sigma alpha eta, wali, delta phi epsilon. trances rosenberg-biology club, c.c.u.n. jane rosenthal-kappi pi, tine arts club. civia roth-dean's list, junior honors, beta beta beta. paul rothberg-history guild, pre-law society, c,c.u.n., treasurer, hillel, freshman, varsity basketball manager, m.a,a., residence coun- cil, all-university night slcit co-chairman. diane rothschild-iota alpha pi, may day co- chairman, daisy chain, oracle, managing editor. reva rovner-alpha epsilon phi, trench club, vice-president, pi delta phi, class publicity chairman. harriet rubin-iota alpha pi, recording secretary, daisy chain. jill rubin-kappa pi, tine arts club, educa- tion club. michael rudy-who's who, judicial board, delta phi gamma, president, treasurer, itc delegate, freshman baseball, varsity golt, group leader. randi sachtar. samir sotwat-glee club, opera workshop, chamber music society, founder, conductor, president. frederick saide-transfer: harpur college, phi alpha theta, history guild, dean's list, young democrats, c.c.u.n., hillel. janet robbins saltzman-delta phi epsilon, panhel delegate, dorm council. burke john samson-transfer, ithaca col- lege, chi sigma vice-president, secretary, judicial board, s.a.c., co-chairman tall festi- val, s.a.m,, group leader, junior council, all- college night central committee, varsity track, soccer. roger samuels. donald santagato-s.a.m. bonita joan-marie santaniello-transter: new york university, spanish club, newman club, phi mu barbara schaefer-nevvman club, republican club, secretary, science journal, moth club. emanuel i. schaFler-epi sigma epsilon, vice- president, secretary, s.a.m., hillel. william Wallace schandall-vvali, gold mask. martin scharfglass-opera workshop, glee club, orchestra, chamber music society, dance band, international language testi- val, gold mask productions. carol scheckman-kappa pi, fine arts club. michael schekter-vvho's who, interfraternity council, president, delta phi gamma, presi- dent, vice president, social chairman, s.o.c., iudicial board, biology club, delphian, ora- cle, photo editor, group leader. francine scherl-sigma alpha eta, hillel, wali. edith schlamm-transfer: hunter college, choir. sherry schleihaut-roundtable, iunior honors, gold mask productions. david schmidt-pre-law society, soccer, alpha pi delta. catherine schnurr-dean's list, iunior honors, student nurses' association, recording sec- retary, newmon club. spencer schron-transfer, washington univer- sity, sigma alpha rnu. norman schulman-psychology club. barry schwartz-who's who, fiambeau, class co-rep, judicial board, co-chairman iunior class council, pi lambda phi, soph council, may festival executive committee, council of 1964, history guild. carol cliclcman schwartz-transfer, american university, student aide, psychology club, french club. sandra schwartz. robert schweitzer-psychology club. ira b. selsky-who's who, history guild, presi- dent, class co-rep, phi alpha theta, dean's list, freshman, sophomore, iunior high hon- ors. delta phi gamma, vice-president, co- chairrnon trash hop, group leader, soph council, iunior council, s.a.c. BARBARA SCHAEFER EMANUEL J. SCHAEFFER Mathematics lndustrial Management MARTIN SCHARFGLAS5 CAROL SCH ECKMAN Music Education AV? EdUCC1iiOfi l l WILLIAM WALLACE SCHANDALU Speech and Drama 1 i i 1 4 t MICHAEL SCHEKTER Biology-Pre-Med 111310 142 -4-f '57 EDITH SCHLAMM SHERRY SCHLEIHAUF DAVID SCHMIDT Er1QliSh English History FRANCINE SCHERL Speech Therapy 'SLN SPENCER SCHRON NORMAN SCHULMAN BARRY SCHWARTZ Government Psychology GcvernrnenTfPre-Low CATHERINE SCHNURR Nursing IRA B. SELSKY Governmenf my 'L CAROL DICKMAN SCHWARTZ SANDRA SCHWARTZ ROBERT SCHWEITZER Psychoiogy Government Psychology VINCENT R. SENA Accouming fwlllf' MASON G. SENFT NANCY SENIOR VICKI SHANDLER Music ATEP Art Educcnion LINDA SHAW Psychology PETER D. SHAY Psychology if STEWART SHEIN ALLAN SHIELDS LINDA SHNITZLER Sociology Soles Management Art AQ JULES H. SHRAGE Psychology PENNY SILVERMAN Biology "l""""""V FRANCES C. SHUCK JOHN SIGNORELLI Nursing Psychology LOWELL SIMPSON VERA SLAVEN English Music LOIS SLUTSKIN NICHOLAS SMERNOFF PAMELA SMITH Speech and Drama Mathematics Sociology-Anthropology 145 vincent r. sena-transfer, carnegie institute of technology, accounting society, freshman basketball, kappa pi alpha, treasurer, i.t.c. allstars. mason 9. sentt-sophomore and iunior hon- ors, glee club, opera workshop, the fantas- ticks, osst. music dir. nancy senior-freshman, sophomore and jun- ior honors, education club, president, swim- ming club. vicki shandler-co-president ot class, alpha epsilon phi, vice-president, pledge trainer, rush chairman, iunior council, src, sigma beta rho, co-chairman senior ball, fine arts club, hillel. linda shaw- peter d. shay-transfer, university of tiorida, delta phi gamma, rush chairman, psych club, french club. stewart sheine-sociology club, varsity base- ball, m.a.a., hillel. allan sheilds-captain campus police, pi sig- ma epsilon, s.a.m,, gertz scholarship. linda shnitzler-phi sigma sigma, rush chair- man, kappa pi, daisy chain, time arts club, dormitory iudicial board, pylon art staff, food committee, ccun. iules h. shrage-delphian, associate editor. frances shuck-delta gamma, student nurses association, nevvman club. john signorelli-psi chi, president. penny Silverman-dean's list, freshman, sophomore and iunior high honors, alpha epsilon delta, president, delta tau alpha, phi sigma sigma, social chairman, beta beta beta, science iournal, biology club. lowell simpson- vera slaven-glee club. lois slutskin-gold mask. nicholas smernott-math club, science iour- nal, math editor, lutheran club. pamela smith-outlook, sociology-anthropoh ogy club, young democrats, adelphi chil- dren's center, group leader. richard a. smith-s.a.m,, secretary-treasurer, american management association, republi- can club. richard smith-chi sigma, recording secre- tary, varsity soccer, co-captain, m.a.a., physical education club, campus police. stanley smolkin-hillel, pre-lavv society. ioan k. smyth-student nurses' association, religious club. Suzanne barbara sobel-transfer, clark uni- versity, hillel, dakin chemical society, psych club. ann z. sofia-education club, nevvman club. gary solodkiri-chemistry honorary, chemistry club, tau epsilon phi. ioyce solomon-hillel, wali. kenneth solomon, michael alan Solomon-biology club, fine arts club, group leader. steven solomori-accounting society, varsity squash, tennis, freshman basketball. elinor sorin-alpha epsilon phi, treasurer, sidekick stoti, hillel, seanys. ming-ioan spargimino-glee club, delta omi- cron, italian club, international student as- sociation. benton stark-phi alpha theta, history guild, varsity baseball. eileen roberta stearns-wall, gold mask. blair stone-roundtable. mitchell stone-varsity basketball, pre-law society. wendy maris stone-who's vvho, delta delta delta, social chairman, vice-president, varsity tennis, hovvdi hop co-chairman, all-college nite co-chairman iunior class, junior class council, may testival executive committee, sigma alpha eta, group leader, senior all- college nite co-chairman, dean's list. susan margaret strang--transfer: university ot michigan, delta delta delta, scholarship chairman, psych club, education club, canter- bury club. carole hamm stuber-dean's list, sophomore, iunior honors, sigma kappa, recording secre- tary, student christian association, s.a.m., daisy chain. mark sultan-omicron pi, rushing and pledge committee, accounting society. vagu- N-...M RICHARD A. SMITH RICHARD SMITH industrial Management Physical Education STANLEY SMOLKIN Governmentelare-Law pun X,-ay X, -at "W-9 JOAN K. SMYTH SUZANNE BARBARA SOBEL Nursing Chemistry ANN Z. SOFIA English GARY SOLODKIN JOYCE SOLOMON KENNETH SOLOMON Chemistry 146 Speech Therapy History STEVEN SOLOMON ELINOR SORIN MING-JOAN SPARGIMINO ACCOUDTIDQ Biology Music Eclucoiion MICHAEL ALAN SOLOMON I Biology EILEEN ROBERTA STEARNS BLAIR STONE MITCHELL STONE Speech English Govemmenr BENTON STARK History MARK SULTAN Accouniing WENDY MARIS STONE SUSAN MARGARET STRANG CAROLE HAMM STUBER Speech Therapy Psychology 147 Executive Secretarial FRANCES SUPRANOWICZ CAROL SUSSAL VERONICA SWARTS Nursing ATEP K Qui' SUSAN TANKOOS English Accounting FRANK TU RCO Engiish BARBARA TANINBAUM History M-ii BRUCE TARR DENNIS TARTAKOW History Biofogy-Pre-Dent' Mothemoti STANA IRENE TAYLOR ANTEP JUDY TH EOBALD CS JEAN M. TILDEN PAUL H. TILL DAVID TOOLE Mathematics 148 History General Business CLIFFORD E. TREIBER KAREN TROST Marketing Psyclnology JOAN TOUGER Biology Education education club, presi- dentg hilleli antep, pre-freshman orientation staftg philosophy clubg seany. veronica swarts-sophomore honors, round tablep education clubg freshman honors. barbara tanninbaum- susan 'rankoos-roundtable, junior honors. alpha, sergeant at ieoderp student club, hillel. kappa: moth club: lean m. tilden-phi mu, presidentg math club, Canterbury club. paul h. fill- david ioole-0 joan toucher'-biology club, liillelf seany. MARION TRUSCH JOSEPH C TURSI ATEP Music Education MARSHA R. TROUM ATEP KAREN UNGAR ROBERT C. URBAN ELLEN USHKOW ANTEP Biology 149 Spanish ripon college, epsilon, stand- club. club, i.f.c. rep, nystap education clubg dean's biology SSOHYQ nurses associ- delegoteg ion van praagh-delta phi gamma, pledge committee, chemistry club, freshman swim- ming. iohanna vecchione-who's who, lantern, kappa pi, class treasurer, sigma kappa, may festival committee, class publicity chairman, newman club, group leader, italian club, ed- ucation club, tine arts club, council ot l964. barbara lane Vogel-transfer: hunter col- lege, hillel, sociology club. carol vogel-delta delta delta, lutheran club, w.a. board, tennis and bowling manager, physical education club, education club, varsity hockey, basketball, twirlers, co-cap- tain, all-university night central committee. kenneth wagner-s.a.m,, campus police. carl wagman. iris waldman-oracle, managing editor, tac- ulty portraits editor, council ot i964, ca- choirman tielcl day, hillel, vice-president, recording secretary, math club, delphian staft. marian warshciw-biology club, fine arts club, phi sigma sigma, historian, c.c.u,n. carol wasserman-transfer, curry college, dance club, secretary, opera workshop. james e. wczvle, ir.-who's who, co-president, sa., s.a. co-treasurer, tiambeau, co-chairman all-college weekend, co-chairman transfer orientation, iunior council, co-chairman soph hop, council ot i96-4, chi sigma. barry Weiner-transfer: tulane university, sig- ma alpha mu, marketing fraternity, delta phi gamma. edward weinteld-itc treasurer, secretary, west hall, treasurer, tau epsilon phi, vice- president, secretary, walt, sidekick, account- ing society. irwin weinteld-dean's list, freshman, sopho- more, iunior high honors, alpha epsilon del- ta, vice-president, delta tau alpha, beta beta beta, biology club, vice-president, science iournal, editor-in-chief. iay weingartner-chi sigma, track, cross country, physical education club, president, outstanding college athlete. letty sue weinstein--kappa pi, president, py- lon, fine arts club. norman r. weinstein-math club, biology club, physics club, swimming, bowling, baseball. elizabeth Weiss-who's who, lantern, round- table, pi delta phi, vice-president, outstand- ing treshman award, freshman, sophomore, junior honors, delta gamma, first vice-presi- dentpanhel delegate, iudicial board, fresh- man, varsity cheerleader, oracle, literary editor, co-chairman iunior council, ciass treasurer, soph council, group header. laura Weitz-phi sigma sigma, archon, hillel, sigma alpha eta. JON VAN PRAAGH JOHANNA VECCHIONE Chen-,isffy Art Education CAROL VOGEL KENNETH WAGNER Physical Education Industrial Management BARBARA LANE VOGEL Sociology CARL WAGMAN Psychology ireis WALDMAN MARIAN wARsHAw cARoL WASSERMAN Mathematics 150 Biology Dance W'-:JD JAMES E. WAVLE, JR. Government .IAY WEINGARTN ER Physical Education wr! BARRY WEINER EDWARD WEINFELD IRWIN WEINFELD Marketing Accounting BioIogy-Pre-Med 'vit LETTY SUE WEINSTEIN NORMAN R. WEINSTEIN ELIZABETH WEISS Aff Mathematics English LAURA WEITZ Speech Therapy DANIEL W. WELDEN RICHARD J. WIGLARZ ROBERT WIMMERS Art Accounting Marketing LEWIS WOLF BLANCHE MADELEINE WOLTERING CHARLOTTE L. WOOD EDWARD H. WOHL History Chemistry Art Education Nursing WILLIAM WOODBURY Marketing IRWIN WORTMAN Physical Education in IT dr 159 N-Ili MARGARET H. WU EILEEN YACKER Arr Design - English GLORIA YELENIK Biology 5 CHARLES WILLIAM YOUNG JUDITH YUDT Accounting Nursing JUDITH YELLIN Art Education DIANE ZEESE ANNETTE ZEMSER English English 'V' JEFF ZANG Speech VIRGINIA ZEIGLER ANGELA ZOLLER Psychology Business Education daniel w. welden-transfer, adelphi suffolk, class president, german accent, german club, fine arts club, kappa pi alpha, social chairman, lutheran club, junior council, var- sity squash. richard j. wiglarz-accounting society, new- man club, sociology club, pre-law society. robert wimmers-pi sigma, president, varsity soccer. edward h. wohl-italian club, pre-law club, tennis, baseball. lewis wolf-american chemical society, chem- istry club. blanche madeleine woltering-kappi pi, cor- responding secretary, pylon, art editor, tine arts club, science journal, art editor. charlotte I. wood-freshman, sophomore and junior honors, dean's list, student nurses as- sociation, student christian association. william woodbury-lacrosse. irwin wortman-physical education club. margaret wu-transfer: university of michi- gan, fine arts club, kappa pi. eileen yacker- gloria yelenik-phi sigma sigma, rush chair- man, biology club, secretary treasurer, beta beta beta. judith yellin-alpha epsilon phi, art club, secretary, sociology club, hillel, dorm activi- ties. charles william young-accounting society. judith yudt-student nurses association, stu- dent faculty council, student representative for college conference on county govern- ment. jeff zang-transfer: nassau community col- lege, sigma alpha eta, intramural softball. diane zeese-who's who, roundtable, soph council, dean's list, junior council, freshman, sophomore honors, junior high honors, delta phi alpha, madrigal choir, glee club, gold mask productions, opera workshop, co-chair- man class all-college night, may festival ex- ecutive committee, delta gamma, anchora correspondent, historian. annefte ZSITISST. virginia ziegler-who's who, psi chi, secre- tary, freshman sophomore, junior honors, dean's list, phi delta phi, lantern, secretary- treasurer, delta gamma, treasurer, co-chair- man may festival, co-chairman songs all- college night. angela zoller-phi mu, accounting society, vice-president, die bodenrunde, secretary- treasurer, s.a.m. -E 1 V "'- 'Q' 6 . ,V... f , 1 ,., .-V, . 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While These Two men ore secure in The posiTions os cenTer ond Torword re- specrively, There is o consideroble supply of TolenT To Till The oTher Tor- word ond Two guord posiTions. ln The Tirsr Three gomes, Cocich George FoherTy hos proceeded wiTh pre1Ty much The some sTc1rTing combinoTion1 Mollis, Gulker, ond George McKenzie up TronT ond Bob GoldTsein ond Jerry Divock in The bockcourT, wiTh Les Wolker sTorTing up c1T ST. lvlichoel's in ploce oT Divock. Al Brosche, Hom Skelly, ond Fronk D'AgosTino hove olso seen considerable oction Thus for. w l l W' Q .K V : V V xg, if 1 , 1 5 5' 1 Y E y. J T1 F' J PANTHERS' PARADE THROUGH 64 ers of the season, marking the Hrst such attainment in recent Panther his- tory. The fourteen member team consists of four seniors, Hve juniors, an upper sophomore and four sophomores. Heading the senior contingent is 6-5 center Howie Gulker. Howie, a marketing major from Flushing High School, lives in West Hall. He was sec- ond in scoring last year i451 pts.i and led the team in rebounding l,306i, both Adelphi records for iuniors. Gulker, needing iust 343 points at the start of the season to become the Hfth Panther in history to hit the TOOO mark, has had 64 tallies and 39 rebounds in the first three games. Oldest Player George McKenzie, a 6-2 transfer from Orange County Community College added speed and rebounding to last year's squad. He was a key factor in Adelphi's outstanding start last year, and finished fourth in rebounding and fifth in scoring a year ago. Mitchell Stone, a government maior, has been a key reserve for the last two seasons. Possessing a fine shooting touch from outside, Mitchell has the potential to star this year. A star at Richmond Hill High School, he has probably the most unusual free throw style on the team. Varsity Basketball Team FRONT ROW-M. Stone, S. Sherman, A. Brosche, L, Walker, J. Divock, W. Schultz, F. D'Agostino T Sinopoli. BACK ROW-M, Krolick, M. Drucker, B. Certner, G. McKenzie, S. Mallis, H. Gulker R Goldstein, T. Skelly, Trainer Cassell, Ass't. Coach Woltering, Coach Faherty. 154 U1 SOCCER HIGHLIGHTS Adelphi kicks off! Pensec kicks in from the sideline. I i i Adelphi's spirit is obvious Politi dives for fl sczve. 9 I ' 1wwMMz:W,M,,,.f' f k ,gl- f ,X nw' sfiws HW , ' i. 4-Rf ' x sf' K .f fa.- Q-?""' -W f W W 1 u Wgiw l , Q, I ,q,m3Kmw Q, if .. .K E K' A f, , ' - W 4 4 1 if ki 1 .. it Q n in "" ,Q ' ' ww ' M My M' f" 75" M ' - ..,,i' -fb -'f""" , .,..,,.. - A W '-v , r . f' fh- 4 1 .mv-69" x., WWW' , " A ,ML-. J ew!,,.c ,,-.QQ SEASONS HIGHLIGHTS The success of Adelphi's soccer Team This year, according To Coach Larry HolT, has been due To several TacTors. He includes accuraTe passing, conTrol of midheld, seT ideas of play, among Them. However, in discussing The sTyle of game which Adelphi plays, one ThoughT keeps reappearing. ThaT ThoughT is ThaT vviThouT skilled players The PanThers could noT play The Type oT game They do. This year The coach emphasized a "conTrol game raTher Than one in which The players kick and run." Each player beTore he passes picks a Tree man To kick To. ln oiher words, each Time The ball is kicked There is a deTiniTe purpose in mind. HolT was quick To poirir ouT ThaT iT The Team did noT have players as skilled as iT does, iT would be Torced To play The kick-and-run sfyle also. In describing The meThod of Adelphi's play This year, iT seems ThaT iT can best be shown by ouTlining The Team as iT appears on The field. "Tails never Tails," say CapTains Russ Birdsall and Richard Smith. Qi Adelphi finishes first again. Clark sprints for the lead. Although slow at the start, Capt. Raustialo usually finishes first. MERMEN SWIM TO VICTORY The Adelphi swimming team, although getting off to a slow start, had a very successful season. Much of the success of the small but powerful squad can be at- tributed to the championship swimming of seniors Bruce Clark and Kal Raustiala. These two men have ended a very successful college swimming career as holders of numerous records, which will stand for many years to come. They are without a doubt two of the greatest swimmers ever to graduate from Adelphi. Following closely in the footsteps of Kal and Bruce, is iunior, Doug Buchan, who has contributed many first places this year. He will be one of the greatest assets of next years team. Sophomores, Hal Hinz, Henry Sinsabaugh and Pete Wohnsigl have also tallied many points. Hinz is the fourth man on our Metropolitian record holding, free- style relay team. The fine breast stroke swimming of Charles Slezak and senior Ed Gaulrapp plus the accurate diving of Paul Hollander backed by Mike Wall, have won many meets. Returning next year to the squad will be the very capable swimmers, George Handen and Rudy Rudzitis. Fine coaching was provided by Vince Santostefano and Revis Frye. .s.s.....,....c......,.aWm.ms. ...... .,..,N.,. ..,..uM. ...w-W-,,.,.,..M ,.s-...-,c.. W.s...,.M..,M. .,,. ,.....s.,,, Q,-Q1 we Sig Final lap of Medley Relay Intent Captain listens to Coach Frye. Wonsicktel strokes for the lead. ,uw ii 5'-TA .,..4-1 2 1 L. wr , Q Q .f Q ..,,.', ..- H Q K 2 V V fi " x . . ,W ,rl V' E rflax. t FRONT ROW J Denerott P Rove-gnc R Koyner J Lewis W Woodbury P Hollander E Fuquoy, D. Gels, J. Beatty, P. Dodourion, W. Honigon, P. LACRCJSSE The Panthers concluded 0 most successful seoson, winding up with o IO-2-l record. Bill Woodbury with 3l gools, Don McAllister 24, Ron LoVculle i5 and Bob Kovner with l2 were the tour top scorers. Woodbury, o tronster student trorn the University ot Nloryldnd, olso topped the teom in ossists with 23. Moinstoys of the Adelphi defense were Jett Denerott, Kurt Knisley, ond goolie Gory Eucker, who come up with lol soves in his nine storts. Xlg I D '1 'S 'iii' 1. funn, - W., u mu- 'MIK 114. 'irq' FRONT ROW-J. lnpingo, D. Schreier, G. McVey, V. Conlon, BACK ROW-Couch Frye, G. McBride, W. Doig, B. Stork, R- PSVSCLIS, J- VEVWUFG, J- DiMC1f'flf1i, R- MOSSJ, W- VGTTGVT N. Tuflono, K. Telesnick, J. Nugent, L. Lincir, J. Langonc. FRONT ROW-D. Ccmilli, T. Sfefonek, W. Zimmerman, W. Bourke, S. Musical, J. Pepitone, D. Deon. BACK ROW-P. Brown, M. Krolick, S. Koufax, B. Powell, W. McWilliams, J. Bofoglic, M. OH, Coach Botwin. BASEBALL P. Visconfi takes the low inside pitch. I Ace McBride shows his form on the mound TRACK x ' l"fTl i f M 'T I X 'ff 'L Ee . T ' f lk r V gn XX l u N K- ..- TAT A. ll ,f , A X W ll W l.. 1 K ,fl FRONT ROW-W. Lydon, R. Woods, R. S th T. Cold BACK ROW-G. Kosr, . ' L g J. Chestnut, P. P. Fogenfy, Coach P lc 1963 Varsity Cross Country Team .N C I M. ,,., ....' CROSS COUNTRY NT ROWwR. Lee, R. Cody, G. Wright. BACK ROWfP. Snell, A. V de W mel We ew 4614904 Q T Q R E Q . el? fp Q' l Varsity Tennis BACK ROW-J. DiPeII, S. Soloman, M. Corpuel, Coach Goldwyn. FRONT ROW-P. Pick, P. Jurow, N. Corpuel, R. Ricken. Varsity Squash BACK ROW-R, Cody, S. Shapiro, C. Spatz, P. Dadourian, Coach Davies, FRONT ROWSD, Welden, R. Schwalb, S. Persoft, M. Whiteman, R. La Valle. i 7 if N Wx tn: 45.94 bgff 9104 166 Varsity Golf VARSITY GOLF-Coach Bowen, A. Wargo, J. Freshman A. Palmer, G. Player, W. Nugent, P. Berko. FRONT ROW: J. Curiin, D. Hafner, S. Bird. BACK ROW D Cmllo G Rosner M Cross P MlChGySk1 Women's Athletic Association B4 ,...9emnA MENS A5S0Ci0Ti0n J. ffhesinuf, J. Armgone, T. Sinopoli, 5.511 EI'fT1C1I'1 Q M- Li if ,. A , Q- 'R x R MR R. 2... 5 3-. 4... 5 N-v 'Guy F 2... x..V. 167 ml' U -W-my X n-,p, vu-R in O A 'f1!.f :ff "'f9'H' fXQ'2R 1, fo' A 5 A , 5593! pp if V. ly , f .1 f ts 3' ,.,'i'5"ff, , ,, , ,Jr . . Q ? , Q . 2 in Q, A 1. ' L A' M W'- Q nngfvf s W WT in at flew ff " , if 3555? k 2 , G, V, if 1 l A ,Q SA K in CRY MR. JOSEPH F. ABALDO, 41 Semon Road, Huntington, L.l., N.Y., 1967, English MISS APRIL A. ABBOTT, 29 Rockland Street, Swamp- scott, Mass., 1967, Art MR. JOHN H. ABEL, 426 Atlantic Avenue, Oceanside, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Mang. MISS SARA ANN ABEL, 2000 Kings Highway, Brook- lyn 29, N.Y., 1965, ATEP MR. GARY ABRAMS, 537 Foch Blvd., Mineola, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. DANNY ANTHONY ABREU, P.O. BOX 1387, Nairobi, Kenya, 1967, App. Phys. MR. EDWARD C. ABZUG, 29-14 139th Street, Flushing 54, N.Y., 1967, Chem MISS JULIE E. ACHS, 426 Clairemont Road, Villanova, Penna., 1966, History MISS LIANA ACKERMAN, 570 Albany Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1967, D.M.I'l. MR. ROBERT A. ACKERMAN, 122 Harding Street, Long Beach, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Speech MISS ELIZABETH ADAMOWICZ, Pinewood Road, Old Westbury, N.Y., 1966, Pre-Med MR. ROBERT F. ADAMOWICZ, 654 South 10th Street, New Hyde Park, NY., 1966, Chem. MISS APRIL M. ADAMS, 26 Remsen Lane, Floral Park, L.l., N.Y., 1964 Bio., Pre-Med. MISS CYNTHIA D. ADAMS, 425 Main Street, White Plains, N.Y., 1967, ATEP MR. MICHAEL ADAMS, 120 Tullamore Road, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1964, English MR. ELLIOT ADDIS, 189-10 80th Road, Jamaica 32, NY., Spec. MISS EMILY ADLER, 102 Lenox Road, Ithaca, Ne'w York, 1966, Math. MR. STEPHEN AGINS, 50 Brompton Road, Apt. 20, Great Neck, L.l., N.Y., 1964, English MR. THEODORE AGRESS, B91 Fulton Street, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1967, Dance MR. KENT E. AHRENS, 9 Pauline Drive, Farmingdale, N.Y., 1967, chem MR. ZAVEN AKIAN, 940 Van Nest Avenue, Bronx 62, N.Y., 1964, Moth. MISS JOAN ALBACH, 421 Archer Street, Freeport, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Nursing MR. GEORGE J. ALBERTELLI, 31 Iris Avenue, Floral Park, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS CAROL D. ALBINGER, 729 Boelsen Drive, West- bury, L.l., N.Y., 1966, German MR. JOSEPH G. ALESI, 249-06 Thornhill Ave., Little Neck 62, NY., 1966, Pre-Med MR. WILLIAM V. ALESI, 8 Lodge Road, Great Neck, L.l., NY., 1967, Hist., Pre-Law MISS WINFIELD S. ALISON, 46 Montgomery Road, Ellicott City, Maryland, 1965, Bio. MR. VAHE ALLALEMDJIAN, B Allston Place, Manhas- set, L.l., N.Y., 1966, B.A. MISS JANET L. ALLEN, 470 East Shore Road, Great Neck, L.l., N.Y., 1965, B.A.G. Bus. MR. LOWELL ALLEN, 45 Sparrow Lane, Levittown, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Psych. MR. STEPHEN M. ALLEN, 3189 Nantucket Lane, Oceanside, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. ERIC L. ALLIGER, 631 Beach 9th Street, Far Rock- away 91, NY., 1966, Govt. MRS. MARY B. ALLISON, 207 Weytord Terrace, Garden City, NY., 1964, Soc. MR. MICHAEL T. ALPER, 249-20 63rd Avenue, Little Neck 62, N.Y., 1964, Govt, MISS WENDY ANN ALPER, 35 Old Farrn Road, Great Neck, NY., 1965, Educ. MR. BRIAN D. ALTMAN, 77 Hampton Road, Garden City, NY., 1965, Biology MR. PHILLIP I. AMARNICK, 541 Beach 131 Street, Belle Harbor 94, N.Y., 1965, B.A. Man. MISS MARIA AMBROSINI, 69 Thompson Street, New York 12, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. STEPHEN HOWARD ANCHIN, 1614 Mottit Avenue, Hewlett, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Pre-Law, Govt. MR. JOHN ANCONA, 24-57 Little Neck Blvd., Bayside, New York, 1965, B.A., Ind. Mgmt. MISS LARRAINE ANCONA, 45 Woodhill Lane, Manhasset, N.Y., 1966, English MISS CAROL A. ANDERSON, 255 Brixton Road, Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Nursing MR. EDWARD K. ANDERSON, 785 Donlon Avenue, West Hempstead, N.Y., 1966, Phys. Ed. MRS. EILEEN ANDERSON, 22-20 First Street, East Meadow, N.Y., 1964, Bio. MISS GAIL P. ANDERSON, 700 Merrick Road, Bald- win, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. GREGORY ANDERSON, 374 Foxhurst Road, Oceanside, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Psych. MR. HAROLD T. ANDERSON, 3477 Narcissus Road, Rocky Point, N.Y., 1965, Hist. MR. PAUL W. ANDREWS, 171 Wicks Lane, Malverne, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Bio. MR. MORRIS APATOW, 1861 East 9th Street, Brooklyn 23, N.Y., 1964, Govt. MR. RICHARD APPELBAUM, Hawthorn Ave., Warwick, N.Y., 1965, Govt., Pre-Law MISS ANNE S. APPELMAN, 4815 Clarendon Road, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1964, Biology MR. KENNETH B. APPLETON, 42 Ivanhoe Drive, Merrick, L.l., NY., 1966, Speech MISS MARGARET ANN AQUINO, 141 Harrison Street, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Soc. MR. JOSEPH F. ARAGONA, B5-04-63 Drive, Rego Park 74, New York, 1964, Psy. Ed. MISS ANN ARATOLI, 58 Lawrence Street, Uniondale, Li., N.Y., 1964, Biology MR. JEFFREY W. AREST, 119 Manhasset Road, New Hyde Park, NY., 1965, English MISS BARBARA G. ARMBRUSTER, 1767 Midland Drive, East Meadow, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Math. MR. ROBERT G. ARMSTRONG, 277 Whitehall Road So., Garden City So., N.Y., 1964, Soc. MISS JOAN M. ARNAY, 3 Cohill Road, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1967, Spe. Ther. MR. WILLIAM R. ARNOLD, 215 Franklin Avenue, Malverne, L.l., N.Y., 1964, German MISS LYNNE ARTH, 1704 Greenway Blvd., Elmont, L.l., NY., 1967, ATEP MISS JUDY ASCHNER, 36 Barnum Road, Larchmont, New York, 1965, Nursing MR. ROBERT L. ASEKOFF, 67 Ryan Street, New Bedtord, Mass., 1967, Undec. MR. IRA H. ASHER, 11 Vincent Street, Rockville Centre, NY., 1967, Chem, MISS BARBARA L. ASKINAS, 9 Surrey Road, Great Neck, N.Y., 1965, Hist. MISS BARBARA AUERBACH, 157-56 10 Avenue, Beechhurst 57, N.Y., 1965, Med. Tech MR. LEWIS N. AUERHAAN, 76-30-174 Street, Flushing 66, New York, 1964, Hist. MISS DORIS AUGENBLICK, 139-15 83rd Avenue, Kew Gardens 35, N.Y., 1965, Span. MISS PHYLLIS AUGENZUCKER, 470 Chester St., Uniondale, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Antep MISS JANE AUSLANDER, 306 Banbury Road, N. Massapequa, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Chem. MISS KARIN BABEL, 2262 Morrison Avenue, Union, N.Y., 1966, Nursing MR. RICHARD A. BACKER, 48-34 190th Street, Flushing 65, NY., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med MR. JONATHAN A. BAGDON, 20 Dogleg Lane, Roslyn Heights, N.Y., 1967, Anth. MR. IRWIN BAHL, 140-50 Ash Avenue 1, Flushing 55, N.Y., 1965, Bio. MR. ROBERT M. BAHM, 189 Rawson Road, Brookline 46, Mass., 1966, Psych. MR. ROBERT N. BAKER, 1065 Merillon Avenue, Westbury, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Phys. Ed. MISS CASSANDRA G. BALCH, 230 Whitehall Road, Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Drama MISS DOLORES BALLUFF, Old Westbury Road, Old Westbury, L.l., NY., 1965, Art MISS MARIE E. BANE, 80-45 Winchester Blvd., Queens Village, N.Y., 1966, D.M.H. MISS CAROL A. BANEY, 5 Warren Blvd., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS HARRIET ROCHELLE BANNER, 25-15 Union Street, Flushing 54, New York, 1965, Spanish MISS KATHERINE BANNON, I Douglas Drive, East Meadow, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Gov. MR. STEPHEN M. BARAL, 851 Dogwood Avenue, West Hempstead, L.l., NY., 1964, Govt. MR. WILLIAM BARANCHUK, 6 Jeanne Place, East Northport, New York, 1967, B.A. MR. ANTHONY A. BARBERA, 259 Newbridge Avenue, East Meadow, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Phys. Ed. MR. BRUCE H. BARDES, 67 Hilton Avenue, Garden city, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Phys. Ed. MISS GAIL BARKAS, 73-20 Austin Street, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1964, English MISS JILL L. BARON, 738 Carlyle Avenue, Franklin Square, NY., 1967, Soc. MR. LEWIS BARON, 69-19 180 Street, Flushing 65, N.Y., 1965, English MISS PHYLLIS BARR, 410 East 20 Street, New York 9, N.Y., 1964, English MISS ANNA MARIE BARRY, 5 Harvey Court, Baldwin, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Math. 170 MISS LESLIE E. BARRY, 505 Boulevard Place, Garden City So., N.Y., 1967, Psych. MR. BRUCE G. BART, 485 Front St., Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1964, B.B.A. Mkt. MISS BARBARA ANN BARTH, 111-35 43 Avenue, Corona 68, New York, 1964, Phil. MISS MARGARET BARWIG, 11 Press Street, South Floral Park, N.Y., 1964, Bio. Med-Th MISS LOIS BABS BASEN, 235 Dorchester Road, Garden City So., N.Y., 1965, Med-Tech., Bio MR. ALAN DOUGLAS BASS, 2437 Lyveire Street, New York 61, N.Y., 1965, History MRS. RITA BASS, 55 Tulip Avenue, Floral Park, L.l., NY., 1964, Econ. MR. RONALD BASS, B0-08 170 Street, Jamaica 32, N.Y., 1965, Acct. MR. ROBERT S. BASSOFF, 770 Hillcrest Place, North Woodmere, NY., 1966, Pre-Med MISS SUSAN L. BATSON, 29 Roundabout Road, smirhfown, L.l., N.Y., 1965, ANTEP MR. JACK G. BATTAGLIA, 164 Wilson Avenue, Brooklyn 37, New York, 1966, Phys. Ed. MISS CAROLE L. BAUER, 194-09 50 Avenue, Flushing 65, N.Y., 1964, Med.T. Bio MR. PETER J. BAUM, 96-02 57th Avenue, Elmhurst 73, N.Y., 1965, Govt. MR. RONALD BAUM, 348 East 57th Street, Brooklyn 3, N.Y., 1966, Psych. MR. KENNETH A. BAUSER, 134 Wells Road, Northport, N.Y., 1965, B.A. MISS CAROLE A. BAXTER, 520 Maxwell Street, West Hempstead, L.l., NY., 1964, Nursing MR. JAMES BEATTY, 25 Fairway Lane, Manhasset, L.I. N.Y., 1966, Psy. Ed. MISS AUDREY LOIS BECHER, 105 Irish Lane, East Islip, L.l., N.Y., 1965, B.A., Mkt. Ref. MR. HERMANN J. BECK, 78-28 65th Street, Glendale 27, N.Y., 1964, B.A. Mgt. MISS SUSANNE A. BECK, 5 Haywood Avenue Wynnewood, Bound Brook, NJ., 1967, Nursing MISS MARSHA BECKERMAN, 388 So. 2nd Street, Lindenhurst, L.l., N.Y., 1964, English MISS EILEEN BEDELL, 200 Rugby Road, Brooklyn 26, N.Y., 1965, Hist. MISS CAROLYN M. BEDNARSKI, 18 Midwaod Avenue, Farmingdale, NY., 1964, Phys, Ed. MISS SUZANNE BUTLER BELL, 101 Aspinwall St., Westbury, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Hist. MISS ELVERA MARIE BELLINI, 12 Louise Place, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1965, Antep. MR. CHARLES EDWARD BELLMAN, 25-31 30 Road, Long Island City 2, N.Y., 1965, Biology MISS GAIL E. BELLMAN, 2091 Davidson Ave., Bronx 53, N.Y., 1966, Nursing MR. THOMAS F. BENCIN, 20 Jackson Avenue, Elmont, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Hist. MISS ANN M. BENEDETTO, 484 Roguette Avenue, So. Floral Park, N.Y., 1967 Phys. Ed. MR. BRUCE R. BENEDICT, 63-19 252nd Street, Little Neck 62, N.Y., 1964, Bio. MRS. MARION BENEDICT, 260 West 72nd Street, New York 23, NY., 1965, Music MISS DAMARIS E. BENJAMIN, 194-25 Dunton Avenue, Hollis 23, NY., 1967, Art MR. GEORGE E. BENNETT, 206 Sackville Road, Garden City, New York, 1964, Acct. MISS ALICE BENTLEY, 168 Cherry Lane, Amherst, Mass., 1966, Math MISS SUSAN G. BERENS, 135 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn 38, NY., 1965, Undec. MR. DENNIS BERG, B9 Grant Avenue, East Rockaway, L.l., N.Y., 1967, B.A. Mgt. MISS CAROLE RAE BERGER, I1 Grimth Lane, Huntington, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Span. MISS GRACE C. BERGER, 36 Brixton Road, Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MR. JOSEPH BERGER, 1589 Fillmore Street, Baldwin, N.Y., 1966, Acct. MISS LEONA J. BERGER, 458 Garden Blvd., Garden City So., NY., 1967, Bio., Med. Tech. MR. LEWIS H. BERGER, 526 Warren Blvd., Garden City, N.Y., 1964, Bio., Pre-Med. MR. MARK BERGER, I7 East Fulton Street, Long Beach N.Y., 1967, Math. MR. LLOYD E. BERGERON, 61 Roxbury Road, Garden City, N.Y., 1965, Bio., Pre-Med. MISS DOROTHY A. BERGMANN, 186 Whitehall Road, Garden City So., N.Y., 1965, Math. MR. RICHARD A. BERKE, 4724 Kings Highway, Brooklyn 34, N.Y., 1964, Mktg. MR. ALLEN BERKMAN, 79 Beacon Hill Drive, Dobbs Ferry, New York, 1964, Acct. MISS HELEN J. BERKOVITZ, 166-15 27th Avenue, Flushing, New York, 1967, Undec. MR. WALTER BERKOWITZ, 282 Wellington Road, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Undec. MR. WILLIAM BERKOWITZ, 137-25 Francis Lewis Blvd., Laurelton 13, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. EDWARD P. BERLA, B8-21 82nd Avenue, Glendale 27, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. STEVEN FRANK BERLETH, 19 West 18 Street, Huntington Station, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Hist. MISS JANE BERLEY, 36 Cornwells Beach Road, Sands Point, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Psych. MR. PAUL R. BERLIN, 470 Ocean Avenue, Brooklyn 25, N.Y., 1966, Acct. MR. BARRY BERMAN, 526 Livonia Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y., 1966, Acct. MISS DIANE BERMAN, 99-40-63 Road, Forest Hills 74, New York, 1964, Psych. MISS EVELYN S. BERMAN, 119 Colonial Pkwy., No., Yonkers, N.Y., 1964, Gen. Bus. MISS NANCY DEE BERMAN, 121 West Seaman Ave., Freeport, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. RICHARD BERNARD, 61-O4 255 Street, Little Neck 62, New York, 1965, Mktg. MR. ROBERT CHARLES BERNARD, 59 Maple Drive, Great Neck, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Psych. MISS ANTOINETTE V. BERNARDO, 5 Steven Court, Deer Park, L.l., N.Y., 1966, French MISS ALICE M. BERNHARD, 208 Daniel Road N, Massapequa, L.l., N.Y., 1965, English MRS. KATHIE I. BERNHARD, 41-O7 Bowne Street, Flushing, N.Y., 1964, Psych. MR. ANDREW BERNHARDT, 172-25 Jamaica Avenue, Jamaica L.I., N.Y., 1965, Bio-Pre-M MR. WAYNE BERNITT: 138-25 68 Drive, Flushing 67, N.Y., 1966, Acct. Mkt. MR. DAVID M. BERNSTEIN, 10 Constable Lane, Levittown, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS LEE A. BERNSTEIN, 588 Euclid Avenue, West Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Antep MISS JANET A. BERRY, 74-34 Park Lane South, Woodhaven 21, N.Y., 1964, Art Educ. MISS GAIL C. BERSON, 147-20 75th Avenue, Flushing 67, N.Y., 1967, ATEP MR. HARVEY B. BESUNDER, 70 Forestdale Road, Rockville Center, N.Y., 1964, Hist. Bt Gov. MR. HANS G. BETINS, 57 Cedar Street, Babylon, L.l. N.Y., 1966, Bio. MR. JOHN BETKE, 102 East Avenue, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1967, Acct. MISS JOAN BIEGEL, 8 Tall Tree Lane, Smithtown, L.I., N.Y., 1964, German MISS MICHELLE BIEN, 73-47 1B3rd St., Flushing, N.Y., 1966, Spec. MR. ARTHUR BINKOWITZ, 201 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn 38, N.Y., 1965, Bio., Pre-Med MISS STEPHANIE BIRD, 86 Roxbury Road, Garden city, L.i., N.Y., 1965, Psy. Ed. MR. RUSSELL E. BIRDSALL JR., 253 Denton Avenue, Lynbrook, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Psych. MR. JAMES R. BIRMINGHAM, 27 Homestead Avenue, Garden City, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Pre-Med MR. ELLIOTT C. BIRNBAUM, 282 Wellington Road, Garden City, New York, 1965, B.A., Gen. Bus. MISS MARGERY L. BIRNBAUM, Long Pond Road, Mahopac, N.Y., 1966 ANTEP MR. ULKER BIRSON, 255 East 18th Street, Brooklyn 26, N.Y., 1966, Engin. MISS LYNN B. BISCHOFF, 136 New Hyde Park Road, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Nursing MR. ROBERT JOHN BJERCKE, 307 Frederick Avenue, Bellmore, L.I., N.Y., 1965, B.A. Ind. Mgt. MR. MARTIN BLACK, 85-15 Somerset Street, Jamaica 32, New York, 1964, Govt. MISS STEPHANIE BLANC, Shore Park Rd., Bayview Ave., Great Neck, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Psych MISS CARYN J. BLAND, 4 Bradford Court, Rockville Centre, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Spe. 81 Ther. MISS MERYL BLANK, 122 Chester Ave., Garden City, N.Y., 1966, Speech Ther. MR. HAROLD BLANTHORN, 5409 Kings Highway, Brooklyn 3, N.Y., 1965, Psych MISS ARMIDA M. BLASI, 2203 5th Street, East Meado'w, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Antep MR. STEPHEN BLIER, 317 Lefterts Ave., Brooklyn 25, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MR. ANDREW BLITZER, 50 Hummingbird Drive, East Hills, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MRS. JANE B. BLOCK, 5 Hickory Hill, Roslyn Estates, N.Y., 1965, Art Design MR. DAVID E. BLOND, 67-36 Harrow Street, Forest 1 Hills 75, N.Y., 1966, Bio, Pre-Dent MISS ELISABETH J. BLOOM, 72 Harris Avenue, Hewlett, New York, 1964, Spanish MR. IRWIN M. BLOOM, 4 Winheld Terrace, Great Neck, L.l., N.Y., 1967, B.A. MR. NICHOLAS R. BLOSE, 65 Saratoga Avenue, Yonkers 5, N.Y., 1967, Chem. MISS BARBARA T. BLUM, 3043 Grand Avenue, Baldwin, L.l., N.Y., 1967, ATEP MR. ROBERT L. BLUMENKRANTZ, 3440 Woodward Street, Oceanside, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Chem. MISS BARBARA BLUMSTEIN, 69 Lorraine Road, Island Park, N.Y., 1964, Hist. MR. STEPHEN M. BLUTH, 121 East Walnut Street, Long Beach, New York, 1964, History MISS BARBARA A. BOCCIO, 165 Weytord Terrace, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Acct. MR. GARY E. BODNER, 330 Ocean Parkway, Brooklyn 18, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. WILLIAM R. BOESCH, 90-27 149th Street, Jamaica 35, N.Y., 1966, Bio. MR. HAROLD BOFSHEVER, 21-49 B0th Street, East Elmhurst 70, N.Y., 1965, Govt. MR. MICHAEL A. BOGEN, P.O. Box 339, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1964, Bio. MISS KAROL LEE BOLIN, 257 Dorchester Road, Garden City S. L.I., N.Y., 1966, Speech MISS VICTORIA BOLKER, 15 Kensington Road, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Art MR. GEORGE R. BOLZ, 11 Renee Road, Syosset, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Phil. MISS JOAN E. BOMBA, 1060 Sheridan Avenue, Elizabeth, New Jersey, 1967, S.W. MR. BARRY J. BOODMAN, 1401 Ocean Avenue, Brooklyn 30, N.Y., 1964, Govt. MR. STEPHEN J. BOOK, 1234 Midland Avenue, Bronxville 8, N.Y., 1967, Speech MISS JANE BOONE, 2353 Oxtorcl Street, East Meadow, New York, 1964, Med-Tech, Bio. MR. BENNETT BORAH, 261 E. Walnut Street, Long Beach, L.I., N.Y., 1964, History MR. MICHAEL L. BORELLI, 28 Briarwood Lane, Plainview, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Chern. MR. DANIEL BORIA, 135 Florence Avenue Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Ant-ep MR. HAROLD A. BORNSTEIN, 2537 Bessemuncl Avenue, Far Rockaway, New York, 1965, Mgm. Pers. MR. SHELDON BORYK, 219-10 Stewart Road, Queens Village 27, N.Y., 1966, Hist MISS ANDREA G. BOSLOW, 312 Rugby Road, Brooklyn 26, N.Y., 1966, Psych. MISS JOAN BOUCHIER, 295 Curtis Avenue, Carle Place, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Med-Tech MR. IRA A. BOUER, 62 Strattord Road, West Hempstead, N.Y., 1967, Psych. MR. WILLIAM P. BOURKE, 308 Jericho Tpke., Floral Park, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Phil. MISS LINDA ANNE BOY, 52 Second Street, New Hyde Park, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Antep MISS BARBARA BOYAR, 85 Clearwater Avenue, Massapequa, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Art MISS TINA J. BOYARIN, RD 51754 Box 246, Jackson, N.J., 1965, Art MISS CATHERINE BOYD, 140 Wampum Lane, West Islip, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS FLORENCE BRADY, 17 Deeriqeld Road, Livingston, New Jersey, 1966, Nursing MISS SHARON E. BRALOW, 3300 Queen Lane, Philadelphia 29, Pa., 1965, Nursing MR. MICHAEL BRANDSTADTER, 84-19 51st Ave., Elmhurst, N.Y., 1966, History MISS CARLA BRANDT, 140 East Johnson Avenue, Bergenfield, New Jersey, 1965, Nursing MISS WENDY N. BRAUNSTEIN, 1229 Lynne Street, N. Baldwin, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Soc. MRS. ELIZABETH H. BRAUTIGAM, 22 School Street, East Williston, N.Y., 1965, Soc. MISS ANNE BRAZEAU, 112 Kingsbury Road, Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS BARBARA J. BREGER, 45-41 39 Place, Long Island City 4, New York, 1966, Undec. MR. CHARLES BREITFELD, 30 Jetterson Street, New Hyde Park, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Phy. Ed. MR. ANDREW J. BRENNAN, 9122 50th Avenue, Elmhurst, N.Y., 1967, Phys. Ed. MISS JOAN S. BRENNER, 77-31 Kew Forest Lane, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1964, English MISS ELISSA S. BRESS, 1 Berkshire Road, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1964, History MISS JANE D. BRESS, 54 Lahey Street, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1966, Spe. Ther. 171 MR. ANDREW BRISLIN, 150 Meadbrook Road, Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Acct. MISS SONDRA J. BRITCHKY, Meadowbrook Hospital, P.O. Box 108, Hempstead, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Nursing MISS DEBRA BRODLIEB, 222 Harbor View North, Lawrence, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Med. Tech. MISS NATALIE BRODY, 337 Oxford Blvd., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, ATEP MISS RUTH BRONFMAN, 3395 Colony Drive, Baldwin Harbor, N.Y., 1964, Nursing MR. THOMAS J. BRONSKY, 110 West End Avenue, Binghamton, N.Y., 1967, English MISS HARRIET BRONSTEIN, 31 Highland Terrace, Brockton 40, Mass., 1966, Dance MR. ALLAN R. BROOK, 351 Cherry Place, East Meadow, L.l., N.Y., 1966, B.A. Mktg. MISS KAREN A. BROOKE, 6310 Bannockburn Dr., Bethesda 14, Maryland, 1964, Dance MISS DONNA ANN BROOKE, 6310 Bannockburn Drive, Bethesda 14, Maryland, 1964, Psych. MR. ALBERT BROSCHE, 1554 Unionport Road, Bronx 62, N.Y., 1964, Acct., Ind. Mgt. MR. HARRY BROSE, 34 Franklin Square, Freeport, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Physics MISS SHEILA BROTHERS, 230 Whitehall Road, Garden City So., N.Y., 1967, Soc. MISS BARBARA ANN BROWN, 640 Kenwood Road, Ridgewood, N.Y., 1966, Nursing MR. BENJAMIN A. BROWN, 99-26 64th Road, Forest Hills 74, N.Y., 1964, Acct. MRS. CAROL BROWN, 99-27 66th Ave., Rego Park 74, N.Y., 1964, Nursing MR. CRAIG A. BROWN, 23 Kensington Court, Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Pre-Med, Bio. MISS EILEEN G. BROWN, 3 Southview Court, Carle Place, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS PATRICIA E. BROWN, I4 Melrose Avenue, Utica 3, N.Y., 1967, ATEP MR. ROBERT S. BROWN, 260-23 74 Avenue, Glen Oaks, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Psych MR. JOEL BROWNSTEIN, 249-33 64th Avenue, Little Neck 62, N.Y., 1965, Hist., Pre-Law MISS PAMELA J. BRUCATO, 733 Franklin Street, Westbury, L.l., N.Y., 1966, ATEP MISS PATRICIA BRUNAUER, 268 Hempstead Avenue, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS JUNE L. BRUSH, 7 Woodlot Lane, Huntington, N.Y., 1964, Math. MISS KAREN A. BRYK, 47 Fern Street, Floral Park, N.Y., 1967, Nursing MISS HELEN D. BRYMAN, 629 Dogwood Avenue, W. Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Eng. MR. DAVID JOSEPH BYRNE, 303 Windsor Ave., Brightwaters, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. DOUGLAS T. BUCHAN, 14 Manhasset Avenue, Port Washington, L.l., N.Y., 1965, B.A. Mgt. MRS. NATALIE BUDNER, 83 West 188th St., Apt. 56. Bronx 68, N.Y., 1964, Soc. MISS PATRICIA R. BULGER, R.D. 4 Capel Drive, Dix Hills, Huntington, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Home Eco. MISS CAROLYN BUMPAS, 3120 Guilford Ave., Baltimore, Maryland, 1966, Speech MR. PRESTON M. BURCH, 4 Kingsbury Road, Garden City, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Physics ' MR. DAVID E. BURGE, JR., 120 Weytord Terrace, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Chem. MISS VICKI J. BURGREEN, 144-45 75th Avenue, Flushing 67, N.Y., 1967, Math. MISS EILEEN BURKE, 1947 Charles Street, Bellmore, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Hist. MR. JAMES M. BURNS, 13 Tudor Drive, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1966, B.A. Acct. MISS LINDA E. BURNS, 72 Aberdeen Street, Malverne, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Dance MR. PETER J. BURNS, JR., 46 Thompson Street, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1964, English MR. ERVIN BURROS, 7 Smith Street, Middletown, New York, 1964, Psych. MISS JANICE L. BUSATT, 103 Jericho Turnpike, Floral Park, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Biology, Med. Tech MISS CHRISTI A. BUSER, South Street Road, Marcellus, New York, 1967, Psych. MR. ROBERT A. BUTCHER, 120-O8 97th Ave., Richmond Hill 19, N.Y., 1966, B.A. MISS VIRGINIA MARY BUTCHER, 94-20 52 Avenue, Elmhurst 73, New York, 1965, Nurs. MISS ELAINE G. BUZZELL, 10 Forest Avenue, Old Orchard Beach, Me., 1967, Nursing MISS CAROLYN M. BYERS, Charleston Drive 23, Huntington, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Bio. MR. JOSEPH M. CAGGIANO, 41-34 Ithaca Street, Elmhurst 73, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS YVETTE CAHN, 18-A Elm Avenue, Glen Cove, L.l., N.Y., 1964, B.A. MR. MICHAEL J. CAIN, 190 Sernboro Road, Rochester 18, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MR. THOMAS CALABRESE, 633 Ardsley Blvd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1964, B.A. Mng. MR. W. THOMAS CALDER, 59 Avon Road, Hewlett, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Biology MISS JANET LYNNE CALICA, 54-12 69 Place, Maspeth 78, N.Y., 1965, Govt. MR. CHARLES V. CALIMAN, 2069 Hendricks Avenue, Bellmore, L.l., N.Y., 1965, English MR. VICTOR CALIMAN, 2069 Hendricks Ave., Bellmore, L.I., N.Y., 1967, English MISS IRENE P. CALLAHAN, 816 East Carl Avenue, Baldwin, L.l., N.Y., 1967, English MISS MARGO ANN CALLAN, 33 Brompton Road, Garden City, N.Y., 1967, ATEP MISS BARBARA L. CALLIS, 491 Merrick Road, Apt. A15, Oceanside, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Nursing MISS LINDA VIVIAN CALVERT, 81-05 262 Street, Glen Oaks 26, N.Y., 1966, Chem. MR. STUART M. CAMEN, 83-17 241st Street, Bellerose 26, New York, 1964, Bio. MR. LEWIS J. CAMPANELLA, 29 Essex Court, Port Washington, New York, 1964, Hist, Pre-Law MR. MICHAEL J. CAMPBELL, 85 Ontario Avenue, Massapequa, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Eco. MR. WALTER CAMPBELL, JR., 174 Albertson Place, Mineola, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Pre-Med. MR. LEON J. CAMPO, 680 Amsterdam Avenue, Uniondale 2, New York, 1964, Hist. 81 Gov. MR. RICHARD S. CANDEE, 9-05 166th Street, Whitestone 57, N.Y., 1966, History MR. ROBERT L. CANNAN, III Seventh Street Apt. 402, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Pre-Engr. MR. JAMES CANNING, 32 Croyden Road, Mineola, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Chem. MISS MARY O. CANTLINE, M.D. -71' 16 Downing Ave., Newburgh, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. MARK E. CANTOR, 124 E. 176th Street, Bronx 53, N.Y., 1966, Acct. MISS JoANNE CARLIN, 30-60 86th Street, Jackson Heights 69, N.Y., 1966, Nursing MISS JOYCE L. CARLSEN, 75 The Dell, Albertson, L.l. N.Y., 1964, Nursing MRS. MARY J. CARLSON, 93 Brodview Ave., Kings Point, N.Y., 1964, English MISS PAMELA J. CARLTON, 100 Cooper Drive, Great Neck, N.Y., 1964, Med-Tech., Bio MISS WYNSTELLE CARMICHAEL, 195 Hoyt Street, Brooklyn 17, N.Y., 1967, French MRS. SARA L. CARPENTER, 1 C-2 Sheridan Village, Schenectady, N.Y., 1966, Med. Tech. MR. NICHOLAS M. CARPINELLI, 4 Michel Avenue, Farmingdale, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Govt. MISS LAVINIA R. CARTER, 2945 Wickham Ave., Bronx 69, N.Y., 1964, Bio., Pre-Med. MISS MARY CARTER, 273 N. Newbridge Road, Levittown, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Span. MISS PATRICIA CARTON, S.W. cor, The Oak Road, Philadelphia 29, Pa., 1965, Speech MISS ANNE-MARIE CARTWRIGHT, 206 Dorchester Road, Garden City So., N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med MISS JOAN CARTY, 109 St. Marks Place, Massapequa, N.Y., 1964, Pre-Med MR. JAMES CARUCCI, 53 No. Columbus Ave., Freeport, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Govt. MISS CAROL ANN CARUSO, Creedmoor Hosp., Sub Sta. 60, Queens Village 27, N.Y., 1967, Nurs. DMH MR. JACK CAVALCANTE, 215 Kilburn Road, Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Phys. Ed. MR. JOHN H. CAVENEY, 93 Biltmore Blvd., Massapequa, L.I., N.Y., 1966, B.A. MISS KATHERINE F. CERDA, 14 Pearsall Ave., Lynbrook, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Antep MISS DEIRDRE J. CERNIELLO, 337 Oxford Blvd., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Psych. MR. BARRY C. CERTNER, 63 Parkside Lane, Bayonne, N.J., 1966, Undec. MR. JOSEPH M. CESARANO, 16 Wyoming Avenue, Lynbrook, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Chem. MR. LAWRENCE CESARE, 3823 Jacqueline Street, Bethpage, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. RICHARD CETRON, 746 East 48th Street, Brooklyn 3, N.Y., 1966, Philos. MISS TINA G. CHABON, 189-15 F 73 Ave., Fresh Meadows 66, N.Y., 1965, Sp. 8K Hear MISS NANCY CHAIKEN, 1006 Dartmouth Lane, Woodmere, L.I., N.Y., 1967, English MR. HOWARD CHALIKIAN, 24 Violet Road, Bayville, L.I., N.Y., 1965, B.A.G. Bus. MR. DAI-CHOU CHAN, 782 Northgate Drive, Uniondale, L.l., N.Y., 1965, B.A. Mgt. MR. DEAN C. CHAN, 551 7th Street, West Hempstead, N.Y., 1967, Govt. MR. SAI FUN CHAN, 782 Northgate Drive, Uniondale, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS PATRICIA CHAPMAN, Friendsville Stage, Binghamton, New York, 1967, Undec. MISS GAIL CHARNICK, 31-50 138th Street, Flushing 54, N.Y., 1964, ANTEP MR. MARC S. CHARTON, 300 Nelson Avenue, Peekskill, N.Y., 1967, Hist. MR. DAVID CHERTOFF, 141-09 28th Avenue, Flushing 54, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MR. PAUL B. CHERVENIE, 17 Parkwood Road, West Islip, N.Y., 1967, English MR. JAMES CHESTNUT, 214-60 35 Avenue, Bayside 61, New York, 1964, Psy. Ed. MISS BARBARA ANN CHIAFOLO, 54 Old Broadway, Garden City Park, N.Y., 1965, Med-Tech MR. CHARLES CHIARAMONTE, 232-12 147th Avenue, Rosedale 22, N.Y., 1967, Phys. Ed. MISS GIOVANNA R. CHIOFALO, 3472 Knight Street, Oceanside, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Dance MISS JOAN E. CHIZNER, 72-10 112th Street, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1965, Undec. MISS SHINJA CHOI, 403 Astoria Blvd., Apt. 2A, Long Island City 2, N.Y., 1966, Chem. MR. WILLIAM CHOMYK, 7 Hunter Street, Hicksville, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Pre-Med, Bio MR. KYO TAEK CHOO, 369-26 Sindang-Dong, Sungdong-Ku, Seoul, Korea, 1966, B.A. Mgt. MRS. BERNADETTE CHOW, 85 N. Long Beach Ave., Freeport, N.Y., 1966, Math. MISS ELLEN J. CHRIST, 119 Bedell Avenue, Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Soc. MR. WILLIAM CHRISTENSEN, JR., 53 New South Road,VHicksville, L.l., N.Y., 1964, B.A. Ind. M MR. ANTHONY CHRISTON, 745 Franklin Street, Westbury, L.1., N.Y., 1967, Acct. MISS ROMOLA A. CHRZANOWSKI, 239 Central Park West, New York 24, N.Y., 1967, Chem. Pre-Med MISS BICK F. CHU, 782 Northgate Drive, Uniondale, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Med. Tech. MISS CATHERINE CHUIPEK, 3728 Regent Lane, Wontagh, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. PETER F. CIMINERA, 22 Harvard Street, Roslyn Heights, N.Y., 1966, Pre-Med, Bio. MISS DIANE J. CIRILLO, 19 Clearwater Drive, Plainview, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Psy. Ed. MR. JOHN F. CIRILLO, 114-81st Street, Brooklyn 9, New York, 1964, Pers. Mgt. MR. RICHARD CIRINGIONE, 2482 Margaret Street, Belmore, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS GERALDINE CIRRINCIONE, 449 Garden Blvd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1965, French MR. PETER A. CITROLO, 79 Chestnut Oval, Orangeburg, New York, 1966, Phys. Ed. MR. BRUCE B. CLARK, 112-01 107 Avenue, Richmond Hill 19, New York, 1964, Math. MISS SANDRA G. CLARK, 253 Wellington Road, Mineola, L.l., N.Y., 1966, German MISS LYNNE M. CLAYTON, 41 Avoca Avenue, Massapequa Park, N.Y., 1965, English MISS CAROL P. CLIFFORD, 936 MacArthur Street, Bohemia, N.Y., 1965, Soc. MISS BARBARA CLIVNER, 186-49 Grand Central Pkwy., Jamaica Estates 32, N.Y., 1964, Art MR. JAMES C. CMAYIO, 45 Johnson Place, Woodmere, L.l., N.Y., 1967, B.A. Mgt. MR. ROGER ALAN CODY, 7 Hewlett Point Ave., East Rockaway, N.Y., 1966, Math. MISS KATHLEEN COFFEY, 2954 Morgan Drive, Wontagh, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Pre-Med, Bio. MISS BARBARA A. COHEN, 25 Gedney Circle, White Plains, N.Y., 1966, Span. MR. BERNARD COHEN, 19 Cherry Street, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1964, Speech 81 Drama MISS ELAINE COHEN, 470 Garden Blvd., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS ELAINE V. COHEN, 3478 Woodward Street, Oceanside, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS ELLEN COHEN, 43-31 Ithaca Street, Elmhurst 73, N.Y., 1966, Soc. MISS JUDITH COHEN, 16-19 160th Street, Whitestone 57, N.Y., 1966, English MR. MARTIN IRVIN COHEN, 10 Aster Drive, Hicksville, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Pre-Med., Bio. MR. NATHAN COHEN, 1 Pepperidge Road, East Rockaway, N.Y., 1965, B.A., Genl. Bus. 172 MISS PHYLLIS L. COHEN, 28 North Regent Street, Port Chester, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS ROBERTA COHEN, 470 Garden Blvd., Garden City, L.1., N.Y., 1964, Speech MISS RONNI S. COHEN, 451 Terrace Ave., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Speech MR. STEVEN M. COHEN, 221-O1 137 Avenue, Laurelton, N.Y., 1965, B.A. Acctg MR. STEPHEN A. COHEN, 230 Strart Drive, New Rachelle, N.Y., 1964, History MR. STEVEN L. COHEN, 68-59 112th Street, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1967, Econ. MR. STEPHEN R. COHEN, 11 Milburn Street, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1965, Acct. MISS JULIETTE COLANGELO, 547 Greenway E. Va Niceli, West Hempstead, N.Y., 1966, Soc. S.W. MISS CONSTANCE E. COLBY, 15 Avenue Louise, Massapequa Park, N.Y., 1967, ATEP MR. LARRY COLEMAN, 46 Kilburn Road, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Biology MISS MARJORIE S. COLEMAN, 104-40 Queens Blvd., Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1967, Psych. MISS THERESE M. COLIN, 20 Evelyn Ave., Westbury, L.I., N.Y., 1966, French MRS. EULA M. COLLINS, 58 Gormley Avenue, Roosevelt, L.l., N.Y., 1964, English MR. DONALD DEXTER CONEY, 7 Stanford Lane, Hicksville, L.l., N.Y., 1965, B.A. Acct. MR. VINCENT M. CONLON, 3878 Hickory Street, Seaford, New York, 1964, Psy. Ed. MR. PETER U. CONTE, 239 Beverly Road, Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Hist. MR. GERARD J. COOK, 1290 Jerusalem Avenue, N. Merrick, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Bio. MISS CHRISTINE COOKE, 80-45 Winchester Blvd., Queens Village 27, N.Y., 1966, D.M.H. MISS LINDA P. COOPER, 119 E. Wildwood Drive, San Antonio, Texas, 1964, History MISS WALLIS COOPER, 37 East 54th Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1964, Psych. MR. EDWARD COOPERMAN, 1072 Johnston Avenue, Wontagh, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS HARRIET COOPERMAN, 800 Cortilyou Road, Brooklyn 26, N.Y., 1964, Sp. 81 Dr. MISS JUDITH COOPERSMITH, 67-24 213th St., Bayside 64, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS HARRIET R. CORMAN, 36 Turner Drive, New Rochelle, N.Y., 1966, Phys. Ed. MR. LARRY A. CORNELL, 220 Oakdale Drive, Rochester 18, N.Y., 1966, Gov. MR. ROBERT CORNO, 233 McKinley Parkway, Mineola, L.l., N.Y., 1964, English MR. NOEL CORPUEL, 633 Barnard Ave., Woodmere, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Acct. MISS CHRISTINE N. CORRISTON, 825 Oakfield Avenue, Wontagh, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Nursing MR. ERNEST M. CORTEGIANO, 102-17 86th Avenue, Richmond Hill 13, N.Y., 1965, Bio. MR. DEMETRIUS COSTANTINO, 2610 Harvey Avenue, Oceanside, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Mgt. MISS JEANNE COSTANZA, 47 Audrey Ave., Plainview, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Pre-Med, Bio MR. RICHARD W. COULTER, 274 Whitehall Road S, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Hist MR. OWEN H. COWITT, 26-21 Union Street, Flushing 54, N.Y., 1964, Bio. MR. JOHN CRAMER, P.O. Box 18, Silver Bow, Montana, 1964, Acct., Sm. Bus. Mgt. MISS .IOLEE M. CRANE, 968 Sherman Avenue, New York 56, N.Y., 1964, Soc. S.W. MR. HARRY F. CREUTZMANN, 6 Ely Court Elmont, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS MARILYN J. CROSS, 37 Brixton Road, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Psy. Ed. MR. LEONARD C. CROUCH, 201 Kensington Rd. SO., Garden City So., N.Y., 1967, App, Phys. MISS DOROTHY CRUPE, 1533 64th Street, Brooklyn 19, N.Y., 1965, Psych. MISS BONNY-LYNN CSABON, 6 Baytoir Drive, Shirley, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS GRACE A. CUMMINGS, 980 Bennington Drive, Rochester 16, N.Y., 1966, Pre-Med MISS NANCY J. CUNNINGHAM, 347 Gunard Avenue, Elkins Park, Philadelphia 17, Penna., 1967, Nursing MR. PETER J. CUNNINGHAM, 144 Capitol Avenue, Williston Park, N.Y., 1964, BA. Mgt. MISS JUDITH A. CURTIN, 695 Outlook Ave., North Babylon, N.Y., 1965, Psy. Ed. MR. MICHAEL S. CUTLER, 200 Evelyn Road, Needham Heights, Mass., 1966, Undec. MISS CHRISTINE J. CUTTING, 128 Browers Lane, Roslyn Heights, N.Y., 1964, Bio., Pre-Med. MR. LAWRENCE D. DACHS, 65-42 Alderto-n Street, Forest Hills 74, N.Y., 1965, B.A. MR. PETER P. DADOURIAN, 4 Deepdene Road, Forest Hills 75, New York, 1965, Phil. MR. FRANKLIN J. D'AGOSTINO, 140-14 28th Road, Flushing 54, N.Y., 1965, Phys. Ed. MR. LEWIS DALESSIO, 3161 Cherrywood Drive, Wantagh, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Psych, Pre-Med MISS LARAINE DALWIN, 52 Glenwood Lane, Roslyn Heights, N.Y., 1967, Nursing MISS LUCILLE A. D'AMICO, 15 Drury Lane, Syosset, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Nursing MISS DONNA DAMSEY, 90 Westlake Court, Rockville Centre, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Speech MISS DEANNA D'ANGELO, 6519 Perry Court, Hyattsville, Maryland, 1967, Speech MISS BARBARA DANSKY, 80-43 247th Street, Bellerose 26, N.Y., 1964, History MISS ILENE DANZIGER, 12 Gold Circle, Malverne, L.1., N.Y., 1965, History MISS CAROL A. DANZILO, 1329 East 27th Street, Brooklyn 10, N.Y., 1965, History MR. EDWARD Y. DAOUD, 8571 K Bustan Kubba, Baghdad, Iraq, 1967, Engin. MR. BENJAMIN DARDEN, 204 Frederick Ave., Roosevelt, L.l., N.Y., 1966, B.A. MR. WILLIAM A. DARGIS, 26 Carpenter Lane, Levittown, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Math. MISS SANDRA E. DARMSTADT, 463 Allen Avenue, Oceanside, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. ALEXANDER S. DAVIDSON, 555 11th Avenue, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1966, Hist. MISS LAURIE P. DAVIES, 373 Kilburn Road So., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, English MR. JOHN DAVIS, 35 Pine Hill Lane, Deer Park, N.Y., 1967, Gov., Pre-Law MISS KAREN JEAN DAVIS, 225-10 88 Avenue, Queens Village 27, N.Y., 1965, Nursing MR. PETER T. DAVIS, 357 Jackson Street, Hempstead, N.Y., 1965, Biology MR. RICHARD M. DAVIS, 345 Marlborough Road, Cedarhurst, N.Y., 1965, Pre-Med. Bi MISS ROBERTA L. DAVIS, 121 Riverside Drive, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med MR. DAVID DAY, 1643 Belmont Avenue, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1965, Soc. MISS DIANNE L. DAY, 309 Third Avenue, Vestal, New York, 1966, Nursing MR. THOMAS DeBENEDICTUS, 376 Washington Street, Newburgh, New York, 1964, B.B.A. MR. DAVID M. DEBIN, 735 Ocean Avenue, Brooklyn 26, N.Y., 1965, Speech MR. JOHN W. DeBRAAL, 673 Grand Avenue, Rochester 9, N.Y., 1966, B.A. P.Mgt MRS. DIANE DeFRANCISCI, 31 Sunset Drive, Manhasset, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Bio. MR. WILLIAM L. DEHNCKE, 1018 Southern Drive, Franklin Square, N.Y., 1966, Bio.-P.-De MR. FRANC E. DeIFOSSE, 140 Myrtle Avenue, Cedar Grove, N.J., 1967, Bio. MR. JAMES J. DELL, 1380 Portwashington Blvd., Port Washington, N.Y., 1964, History MR. JOHN DELL'OLIO, 708 Crans Street, Elmont, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Phys. Ed. MISS GRACE DeLORENZO, 1838 61st Street, Brooklyn 4, N.Y., 1967, English MR. WALTER I. DELPH, 21 Hamilton Terrace, New York 31, N.Y., 1966, Pre-Med, Bio MR. PATRICK J. DeMARINIS, 136-25 62nd Avenue, Flush-ing 67, N.Y., 1967, Hist., Pre-Law MR. JOHN DeMARTINI, 2231 Stewart Avenue, Westbury, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Phys. Ed. MISS ROBERTA DeMASI, 35 Rose Lane, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1967, ATEP MISS HELEN E. DEMPEWOLFF, 256 Windsor Lane, West Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1964, B.A. Bus. Ed. MISS MARCIA DENBERG, 7-24 166th Street, Whitestone, New York, 1965, Speech MR. KEITH DENTON, 35-48 75th Street, Jackson Heights 72, N.Y., 1967, Psych. MISS BARBARA A. DePIETTO, 72 Westminster Road, West Hempstead, N.Y., 1967, Nursing MISS ELYSE DEROUNIAN, 23 Inness Place, Manhasset, New York, 1966, Nursing MISS CHARLOTTE DESCHAMPS, 75 Brixton Rd., West Hempstead, N.Y., 1964, Math. MISS CAROL M. DeSENA, 62 Kensington Road, Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS LAURA M. DESHLER, 60 Harding Street, East Northport, N.Y., 1966, History MR. RENE HENRI DESMARMAIS, 274 Whitehall Road, Garden City So., L.l., N.Y., 1966, Speech MISS BARBARA DESPOSITO, 25 Harvard Road, Garden City So., N.Y., 1966, History MISS BETH M. DEUTSCH, 342 Forest Avenue, Woodmere, New York, 1964, History MR. JAMES E. DEVANNEY, 360 Grand Avenue, West Hempstead, N.Y., 1967, Soc. MISS JUDITH R. DEVONS, 62 Kensington Ave., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Math MISS KATHRYN F. DEWALD, 245 Wynsum Avenue, Merrick, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Med. Tech. MR. RICHARD K. DIA, 310 West 94th Street, New York 25, N.Y., 1966, Speech MISS ANNE DIAMOND, 90-01 153rd Avenue, Howard Beach 14, N.Y., 1967, Phys. Ed. MR. JOSEPH R. DIAMOND, 27 Bruce Lane South, Kings Park, N.Y., 1964, B.A. MISS CAROL A. DICKMAN, 54 Sutton Place, Rockville Centre, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Psych. MR. HARRY J. DICKMAN, 62 Parkview Place, Malverne, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Eco. MR. ROBERT DICKSTEIN, 134-50 227 Street, Laurelton, N.Y., wee, Biology MISS PATRICIA K. DiCOMO, 63 Roosevelt Street, Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Educ. MR. RICHARD DIEHL, 141 Dogwood Avenue, Malverne, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Chem. MR. RONALD S. DIGANGI, 16 Robin Lane, So. Farmingdale, N.Y., 1967, Acct. MISS JOSEPHINE DIMINO, 15 Center Street, Williston Park, N.Y., 1967, English MR. WILLIAM F. DINKELACKER, 629 Albert Street, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1966, Phys, Ed. MR. MARIO T. DINONNO, 12 Hall Street, West Islip, N.Y., 1964, Biology MR. EMANUELE P. DIPASQUALE, 50 Cottage Place, Tarrytown, N.Y., 1965, English MR. G. JOSEPH DIPPELL, 4 John Street, Massapequa, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Govt. MISS LINDA DISBROW, 225 Whitehall Road So., Garden City So., N.Y., 1967, Dance MR. GUY M. DIVERGILIO, 21 Orbach Avenue, Malverne, L.l., N.Y., 1964, English MR. GERALD S. DIVOCK, 1080 Boulevard, Bayonne, New Jersey, 1966, Undec. MISS ALETHEA D. DIXON: 177-15 114th Road, St. Albans, N.Y., 1965, Soc. MRS. LAUREEN DOBSON, 48 Revere Road, Port Washington, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Med. Tech MR. MARC S. DODELL, 175 Brompton Road So., Garden City So., N.Y., 1966, Mgt. MR. CONSTANTINOS DODOS, 'Xa E. Commellis, 90 Laurel Hill Terrace, New York 33, N.Y., 1965, Engin. MR. WILLIAM ALBERT DOIG, 343 Kilburn Road South, Garden City So, N.Y., 1965, Psy. Ed. MR. MICHAEL DOMINO, 266 Stewart Avenue, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Bio. MISS GAIL M. DONAHUE, 3999 Ralph Street South, Seaford, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Psych MISS JANICE C. DORENBECHER, 14 Po Lane, Hicksville, New York, 1964, Nursing MISS ELAYNE S. DORF, 187-19 Perth Road, Jamaica 32, N.Y., 1966, Speech MISS ELIZABETH M. DORNEMANN, 162 Linden Road, Mineola, L.l., N.Y., 1966, ANTEP MISS NADIA DOROSZCZAK, 111 Wallace Avenue, Buffalo 14, N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med MR. RICHARD DRAKE, 64-20 Saunders St., Rego Park 74, N.Y., 1965, Speech MR. JOHN R. DRASTAL, 121 Pine Street, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1966, Mang. MISS SUSAN DRESDNER, 101-06 67th Drive, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1967, Art MISS MARY ELLEN DREW, 272 Willetts Lane, West Islip, L.l., N.Y., 1966, l-list MISS BARBARA DRUCKER, 171 Lockwood Drive, Clifton, New Jersey, 1965, B.A. Mkt. MR. MICHAEL DRUCKER, 181 Evergreen Drive, Westbury, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Bio-P-Med. MISS BARBARA L. DRUSS, 364 Yale Ave., Woodmere, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Hist. MISS BARBARA DUBOW, 210 West Pine Street, Long Beach, L.l., N.Y., 1967, ATEP MISS MARSHA DUBROW, 235 Dorchester Road, Garden City So., N.Y., 1965, Drama MISS LAILA DUKATS, 609 Tulip Avenue, Stewart Manor, N.Y., 1967, English- MR. JAMES R. DUNCAN, JR., 30 Roxbury Road, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1966, B.A.I.Mgt. MISS BARBARA A. DUNDERDALE, Nurses Residence, Meadowbrook Hospital, P.O. Box 108, Hempstead, 173 L.l., N.Y., 1965, Nursing MR. VINCENT G. DUNN, 3638 Hilaire Way, Seaford, L.l., N.Y., 1964, B.A.P.Mgt. MR. JAMES DUNNE, 54 Morton Ave., West Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1964, History MR. PETER DUNSAY, 64 Brixton Road So., West Hempstead, N.Y., 1964, Math. MISS LINDA M. DUNTON, 73 Lakeland Avenue, Babylon, L.l., N.Y., 1965, English MR. ARTHUR L. DURANDO, St. Pciul's School, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1965, English MR. DOUGLAS DYER, 21-20 77 Street, Jackson Heights 70, N.Y., 1964, Phys. Ed. MISS LINDA M. DYGERT, 4 South Street, Gouverneur, N.Y., 1965, English MISS EPPIE B. EAGLE, 66 Milburn Lane, Roslyn Heights, N.Y., 1966, B.A. MR. JAY EBENHOLTZ, 1345 East 86th Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1965, Gov. MISS SYLVIA EBERT, 7 Harvard Street, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Psych. MISS RUTH ECKSTEIN, 1490 Sylvia Lane, East Meadow N.Y., Spec. MISS ROCHELLE H. EDELSON, 31 Sumter Avenue, East Williston, N.Y., 1967, Art MR. STEVEN A. EDELSON, 3339 Ocean Avenue, Oceanside, L.l., N.Y., 1964, B.A. Mgt. MISS ELLEN EDELSTEIN, 486 South Wood Road, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1965, Psych. ' MR. JEROME EDELSTEIN, 1880 Lincoln Avenue, East Meadow, N.Y., 1966, Acct. MR. CHARLES R. EDWARDS, 31 Eastwoods Drive, Huntington, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Math MISS KAREN M. EDWARDS, 2368 Bellmore Avenue, Bellmore, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Med. Tech. MR. THOMAS H. EDWARDS, 81 Washington Avenue, Garden City, N.Y., 1964, Mang. MISS JUDITH A. EGOR, 57 Village Road, Manhasset, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Speech MRS. LITA EHALT, 6 Birchwood Court Apt. 2-o, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Spanish MR. JACK WADE EHLEN, 242 Mallard Road, Carle Place, N.Y., 1967, Phys. Ed. MR. ROBERT EHRENREICH, 93 Kerrigan Street, Long Beach, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS LOIS F. EHRLICH, 520 Arbor Road, Cheltenham, Penna., 1967, Music MISS CAROL E. EICHINGER, 63-09 108 Street, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1964, Psych. MR. ALLAN M. EINHORN, 75 Ledyard Street, New London, Conn., 1966, Undec. MISS SUSAN M. EISENBERG, Creedmoor Hosp. Sub Sta. 60, Queens Village, N.Y., 1967, Nursing MISS MARJORIE J. EISLER, 496 Duryea Terrace, West Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Antep MR. JOEL ELFENBEIN, 161-32 Jewel Avenue, Flushing 65, N.Y., 1965, Mktg. MR. STEP'-'FN FIGORT- 13 Bretton Road, Garden City Park, N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Dent MISS ELEANOR ELLIX, 257 Dorchester Road, Garden City, N.Y., 1965, History MISS MICHELLE E. EMMETT, 87-30 204th Street, Hollis 23, N.Y., 1967, Phys. Ed. MISS NORMA ENG, 504 Main Street, Poughkeepsie, N.Y., 1965, Med. Tech. MR. RICHARD ENGELBRECHT, 8235 167 Street, Jamaica 32, N.Y., 1964, Physics MISS SYLVIA EPNER, 110 Ogston Terrace, Malverne, L.l., N.Y.,, 1964, Soc. MR. RONALD E. EPSTEIN, 83-43 118th Street, Kew Gardens 15, N.Y., 1966, Hist MISS WILMA ERBACHER, 87-34 123rd Street, Richmond Hill 18, N.Y., 1966, Soc. MR. ROBERT H. ERICKSEN, 679 3rd Place, Garden City So. L.l., N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS THALIA ERNSTOFF, 880 Oak Lane, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1965, Govt. MR. EDWARD C. ESCOWITZ, 29-51 165th Street, Flushing 58, N.Y., 1967, Chem. MR. WILLIAM T. ESPOSITO, 391 Beebe Court, No. Babylon, N.Y., 1966, Ind. Mang. MR. RICHARD ESTERMAN, 59-28 72nd Street, iMaspeth 78, N.Y., 1966, Govt., Pre-Law MR. RICHARD H. ETKIN, 182 Washington Avenue, Albany 10, N.Y., 1966, Biology MISS SHERRY B. ETKIN, 126 Seaman Road, Jericho, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Sp. Ther. MR. GARY R. EUCKER, 100 Juniper Avenue, Smithtown, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Psy. Ed. MISS ELIZABETH M. EVANS, Lower East Hill Road, Colden, New York, 1967, Speech MR. ROBERT D. EVANS, 605 Ridgewood Road, Maplewood, N.J., 1967, Art MR. ROBERT E. EWING, 4 Ambrose Lane, Narthport, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Pre-Med, Bio. MR. FIORELLO FABIANO, 211 Franklin Avenue, Brooklyn 5, New York, 1964, B.A.-Ret., Sales Mg. MRS. ROBERTA FALANGA, 2577 Foxclale Avenue, Oceanside, L.l., NY., 1964, Bio. MR. RUSS FRANKLIN FALLOWES, 10 Hickory Drive, Great Neck, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Math MR. JOHN M. FALZER, 32 Knollbrook Road, Rochester 10, NY., 1966, B.A. Mgt. MR. VICTOR J. FAMA, 311 Mineola Boulevard, Mineola, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Chem., Pre-Med MR. WILLIAM FANSLOW, 50 Chester Ave., Stewart Manor, N.Y., 1965, History MISS EMERITA ROSE FARBER, 584 8th Street, W. Hempstead, N.Y., 1966, Physics MISS JUDY ANNE FARKAS, 68-35 110 Street, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1965, Antep-Ed. MR. MARK FARRINGTON' fandy Hill Road, Oyster Bav, L.l., NY., 1964, English MISS MARSHA FAUROTE, 36 Yale Street, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Spanish MR. GEORGE F. FEELEY, 4070 Alken Avenue, Seaford, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Chem. MR. LEWIS D. FEIERSTEIN, 885 Maple Lane, East Meadow, N.Y., 1964, Music MR. JOHN FEIKERT, 97 Harrison Avenue, Baldwin, L.I., NY., 1965, Govt. MISS JOAN G. FEINSTEIN, 104-20 68th Drive, Forest Hills, NY., 1964, Art MR, JACK FELDESMAN, 24 Ellwood Avenue, Mount Vernon, N.Y., 1967, Mang. MR. EDWARD FELDMAN, 29-14 139th Street, Flushing 54, N.Y., 1965, Acct. MISS RUTH G. FELLNER, 22 Quebec Drive, Huntington Station, NY., 1967, Nursing MISS WILMA J. FELTMAN, 1006 Madison Ave., Albany, N.Y., 1964, English MR. RICHARD FEMAN, 64-33 98th Street, Rego Park 74, N.Y., 1966, Math. MISS ELIZABETH A. FERRARA, 352 Elm Drive, Roslyn, L.l., NY., 1966, Soc. MR. JOSEPH F. FERTITTA, 123-06 Rockaway Beach Blvd., Rockaway Park 94, N.Y., 1967, Psych. MR. JEFFREY R. FEUERMAN, 16 Monroe Street, Knickerbocker Village, New York 2, N.Y., 1966, Sp. 8. Dr. MR. MARK LESLIE FIALKOV, 14 Barry Drive, Westbury, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Mang. - MISS JANICE E. FILEHNE, 35 West Lake Drive, Valhalla, New York, 1967, Nursing MISS SUELLEN FILIPEK, 16 Brower Avenue, Woodmere, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Psych MISS BONNIE FINE, 210 Avon Court, Hewlett, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Sp. Ther. MR. MICHAEL FINE, 88 Barnyard Lane, Roslyn Heights, N.Y., 1966, Phys. Ed. MISS AUDREY I. FINK, 90 Birch Drive, Roslyn, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Mkt. B.A. MISS FRANCINE K. FINK, 939 Center Drive, Franklin Square, N.Y., 1964, Psych. MISS BARBARA FINKELSTEIN, 7 Brook Drive, West Orange, New Jersey, 1964, Atep MR. JOHN H. FINKENBERG, 9 Parkview Place, Baldwin, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Bio. MR. ALEXANDER FIRSOW, 95 High Street, Yonkers, N.Y., 1964, Per. Mang. MR. STEVEN A. FIRSTENBERG, 450 Waukena Avenue, Oceanside, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Chem. MISS NANCY E. FISCH, 33-16 210th Street, Bayside 61, N.Y., 1965, English MR. CHARLES FISCHBEIN, 94-10 64th Road, Rego Park 74, N.Y., 1966, Speech MISS BARBARA FISCHER, 2178 North Jerusalem Road, No. Bellmore, N.Y., 1967, Art MISS HELEN J. FISCHER, 506 Bennie Road, Westbury, L.I., N.Y., 1966, ANTEP MR. JAY P. FISCHER, 79 Connecticut Avenue, Freeport, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Engr. MR. JERROLD FISCHER, 38 Lahey Street, New Hyde Park, NY., 1967, Undec. MISS LUCILLE A. FISCHER, 16 7th Street, Bayville, New York, 1966, Eng. MR. F. WILLIAM FISCHER, 123 Louisiana Ave., Bridgeport, Conn., 1967, Bio. MISS MARCIA FISH, 105-03 63rd Road, Forest Hills 75, NY., 1966, B.A. MISS CAROL J. FISHER 2408 Westlake Ave., Oceanside, L.I., N.Y., 1964, B.A. MISS ELLEN NANCY FISHER, 29 Eton Road, New Hyde Park, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Eng. MR. SAUL FISHER, 746 Marylin Lane, Baldwin, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS SUSAN F. FISHER, 212 Bayview Ave., Massapequa, N.Y., 1965, Art MR. SAMUEL JOSEV FISHMAN, 55 Armour Street, Long Beach, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Hist. MISS MAURINE E. FITCHETT, 32-34 153rd Street, Flushing 54, N.Y., 1966, Nursing MR. WILLIAM A. FITTERER, 120 Fairheld Avenue, Mineola, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Chem. MR. RICHARD C. FLEISCHER, 2038 Ripley Lane, Merrick, L.I., NY., 1967, Bio IP-Medi MISS GLORIA S. FLEISCHMAN, 268 Dorchester Road, Garden City, N.Y., 1967, ATEP MISS SANDRA J. FLEISCHMANN, 46 Robinson Avenue, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1965, Art MR. CORNELIUS J. FLYNN, 282 S. Wellington Street, Garden City So. L.l., N.Y., 1964, English MR. DANTE ANTHONY FOCERI, 160-37 Willets Point Blvd., Whitestone 57, NY., 1965, Speech MR. RAYMOND I. FODOR, 25-11 Union Street, Flushing 54, New York, 1964, Bio, Pre-Med. MISS MARY GRACE FOGARTY, 21 Byrd Avenue, Carle Place, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Bio CP-Med.1 MR. MICHAEL D. FONCELLINO, B35 Old N. Ocean Ave., Patchogue, N.Y., 1965, Pers. Mgt. MISS LEONA M. FORD, 956 East 93rd St., Brooklyn, N.Y., 1967, English MR. RICHARD L. FORD, 35 Mead Lane, Westbury, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Bio. MR. JAY R. FOREST, 5716 Farragut Road, Brooklyn 34, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MRS. JO LENE FORMAN, 123 S. Kensington Ave., Rockville Centre, NY., 1964, History MISS LYNN P. FORSTER, 23 Glenwood Road, Harrison, New York, 1964, ATEP MR. MICHAEL P. FORSYTH, Longview Court, Huntington Bay, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Bio. MR. .IAY FORTUNATO, 3 Birchwood Drive, No., Valley Stream, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Physics MISS DONNA L. FOSTER, 305 Bridge Street, Greenport, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Pre-Med., Bio MR. RONALD FOWLE, 66 Cooks Lane, Locust Valley, Li., N.Y., 1964, B.A. Mm. MISS BONNIE F. FOX, 402 Locust Avenue, Burlington, NJ., 1964, English MR. STANLEY FOX, 250-14 86th Avenue, Bellerose 26, NY.: 1966, Bio Cpre-Md, MR. LAWRENCE M. FRANK, 555 Front St., Apt. 2D, Hempstead, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Gen. Bus. MR. PERRY JAY FRANK, 286 Dorchester Road, Garden City So. L.I., N.Y., 1965, Pre-Med. MR. RICHARD F. FRANK, 47-12 248th Street, Douglaston, N.Y., 1965, Phil. MISS ANGELA FRASER, 255 Bay Ridge Parkway, Brooklyn 9, N.Y., 1965, Nursing MISS BEVERLY J.FRASER, 48 Wright Avenue, Malverne, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Art MR. EDWIN FRASER, 287 Whitehall Road, Garden City So., N.Y., 1964, Physics MISS KAREN GAIL FRASER, Hempton Street, Sag Harbor, L.I., NY., 1965, Hist., Pre-Law MR. CARLTON R. A. FRAZER, LM: Simmons, 139-03 Glassboro Ave., Jamaica-35, N.Y., 1966, Acct. MR. ELIOT FREDERIC, 82 Sheridan Ave., Brooklyn 8, NY., 1964, Gen. Bus. MR. GEORGE J. FREED, 43 Greenway, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1964, Govt. MR. MARK FREEDENBERG, 94 Woodchuck Hollow Road, Huntington, L.I., NY., 1964, Pre-Med, Bio MR. MITCHELL FREEDMAN, 69-78 230 Street, Bayside 64, NY., 1964, Acct. MISS RONNIE A. FREEDMAN, 61 Jackson Avenue, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1966, Art MISS GAIL D. FREEMAN, 33 Nassau Blvd., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Psych. MISS NANCY R. FREITAS, 44 Kensington Road, Garden City, NY., 1967, ATEP MR. RICHARD FREITAS, 75 Allen Road, Rockville Centre, NY., 1967, Psych. MR. JASON P. FRESHMAN, 268 Veverly Road, Brookline 67, Mass., 1964, Biology MISS ELLEN R. FREY, 17 Ardsley Place, Rockville Centre, NY., 1964, Psych MISS RONALEE E. FRICKLAS, 17 Taylor Place, Hempstead, L.I., N.Y., 1966, French MISS ANITA FRIDAY, 100-24 205th Place, Hollis 23, N.Y., 1967, D.M.H. MR. ALBERT J. FRIEDL, 132 Sycamore Avenue, Bethpage, L.l., N.Y., 1965, History MISS ALAINE G. FRIEDMAN, 72 Spruce Street, Hicksville, L.I., N.Y., 1967, ATEP 174 MISS GAIL JOY FRIEDMAN, 12 Pond Park Road, Great Neck, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Speech MR. JACK B. FRIEDMAN, 243 Eton Street, Oceanside, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Acct. MISS JANE FRIEDMAN, 102 Deibor Court, Staten Island, NY., 1964, Speech MR. JOEL S. FRIEDMAN, 525 Alicia Drive, Westbury, L.I., NY., 1965, Govt. MR. MICHAEL M. FRIEDMAN, 73-09 198th Street, Flushing 66, NY., 1966, Psych MR. RICHARD L. FRIEDMAN, 162-21 Powells Cove Blvd., Beechhurst 57, N.Y., 1966, Bio. CP-I1 MR. THOMAS FRISCIA, 17 Roy Avenue, West Islip, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. MARK S. FROMBERG, 692 Hawthorne Street, Brooklyn 3, NY., 1967, Chem. MISS SANDRA FUHRER, 55 Eight Street, Carle Place, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Bio. QM-Tec1 MR. MASATOSHI FUKUDA, 112-20 72nd Drive, Forest Hills 75, NY., 1966, Undec. MISS EILEEN GABLER, 3 Kensington Oval, New Rochelle, New York, 1966, Speech MR. FRANCIS GAGLIARDI, 177-30 Wexford Terrace, Jamaica 32, N.Y., 1965, Bio. P-Med MISS BONNIE GAINES, 69 Captains Road, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1967, French MISS MARILYN GAINEY, 124 Remsen Avenue, Hempstead, L.I., NY., 1967, German MR. LLOYD GAMBERG, 3 Harbour Road, Great Neck, Li., N.Y., 1966, Acct. MRS. BARBARA T. GANLEY, 7 Chapin Place, Huntington, N.Y., 1965, English MISS DIANE GANLY, 124 Salisbury Avenue, Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Med. Tech. MR. JOEL GANNOTTI, 5 Jackie Drive, Westbury, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Chem MISS MARSHA GARELICK, 78 West 30 Street, Bayonne, N.J., 1965, English MISS KAREN LYNN GAREY, I4 Sunset Ave., Matawan, N.J., 1965, Nursing MR. EDWARD M. GARLAND, 80 Warren Street, Medtord 55, Mass., 1967, English MISS PRISCILLA G. GARLAND, 177 Kildare Place, Vifest Islip, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MISS ARLENE J. GARRETT, 78 Bulson Road, Rockville Centre, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Psych MISS PEGGY L. GARTH, 222 Werkley Road, Tonawanda, New York, 1966, Nursing MISS BARBARA A. GARVEY, 225 Cleveland Ave., Mineola, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Eng. MR. JAMES GARVEY, 225 Cleveland Avenue, Mineola, L.I,, N.Y., 1964, History MR. PHILIP GARY, 1012 Theodora Street, Franklin Square, N.Y., 1966, Bio. MISS JEANNE C. GASKIN, 292-6th Street, East Northport, N.Y., 1966, Art MR. FRANK J. GASPARRINI, 150-I5 Sanford Avenue, Flushing 55, NY., 1965, Chem. MISS DORIS GASSEN, 871 Catskill Ave., Lindenhurst, N.Y., 1964, German MR. EDWARD H. GAULRAPP, 21 Fulton Street, Massapequa Park, NY., 1965, Psych MR. THOMAS GEAGAN, 59 South Grand Ave., Baldwin, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Psy. Ed. MR. DAVID P. GEIS, 31 Mortimer Avenue, Elmstord, New York, 1965, Gov. MISS DONA JUDY GEIS, 43 Beachwood Drive, Babylon, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Bio. M-Tch MR. PETER L. GELLER, 17-05 Suydam Street, Ridgewood 37, N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med MR. BARRY A, GELMAN, 1216 E. 12th Street, Brooklyn 30, NY., 1967, Che. MR. KENNETH GENTILE, Penninsula General Hospital, Rockaway Beach, N.Y., 1966, Bio., Pre-Med MR. CHARLES GERBER, 1515 Sylvia Lane, East Meadow, L.I., NY., 1966, Hist. MISS TERRY B. GERBER, 6 Cedarhurst Ave., Cedarhurst, NY., 1966, ANTEP MISS EILEEN M. GERRITY, 14 Tuxedo Ave., New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1965, Phys. Ed. MISS ROSLYN GERSON, 115 Hempstead Ave., Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1964, Spanish MR. KENNETH M. GERUS, 214-20 46th Avenue, Bayside 61, NY., 1964, Mgmt. Ind. MISS LORETTA A. GIAMBALVO, 36 Carolyn Avenue, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1965, Nursing MR. MARVIN F. GIBBS, 59 Broadman Parkway, Jersey City, N.J., 1965, Mktg. MR. GEOFFREY GIDDINGS, 33 Wedgewood Lane, Lawrence, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Undec. MR. THOMAS GIGLIO, 169 Main Parkway, Plainview, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Hist. MR. JOHN GILDEIN, 100 Terrace Boulevard, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1967, History MISS CAROL D. GILDERSLEEVE, 255 Brixton Road, Garden City So., N.Y., 1964, Bio. MR. DAVID L. GILLETTE, 119 Green Street, Hudson, New York, 1965, Acct. MISS CAROL ANN GINGOLD, 247-26 87 Drive, Bellerose, N.Y., 1965, English MISS JOAN GINSBERG, 15 Kensington Road, Garden City, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Soc. MISS LINDA S. GINSBURG, 24 Hemlock Drive, Great Neck, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Sp. Ther MISS ELIZABETH C. GIRVIN, 11 Pleasant Street, Holliston, Mass., 1967, English MISS MARCIA M. GITLITZ, 628 Ardsley Blvd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1965, Spe.81 Ther. MR. SAMUEL GITTLESON, 3131 Brighton 13th Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1966, Psych. MR. GEORGE GIUSTINO, 235 Elmwood Avenue, Hempstead, L.l,, N.Y., 1967, Acct. MR. DENNIS A. GLADSTONE, 1825 Foster Avenue, Brooklyn 30, New York, 1964, Gov. MISS FRANCES R. GLASS, 36 Kingston Court, New Hyde Park, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Speech Dra MISS LINDA H. GLASS, 470 Garden Blvd., Garden city, Li., N.Y., 1964, Eng. MISS SANDRA R. GLASSBURG, 1717 Arthur Street, Philadelphia 15, Pa., 1967, Nursing MISS CANDI SUE GLASSER, 32 Wellington Rd., Garden City, L.I,, N.Y., 1966, English MISS FRANCINE GLASSMAN, 2345 Bell Boulevard, Bayside, New York, 1965, ATEP. MR. DAVID S. GLEESON, 652-3rd Place, Garden City, So. L.l., N.Y., 1964, Phys. Ed. MISS LINDA GLICK, 218-21 Hartland Ave., Flushing 64, N.Y., 1967, ATEP MISS MICHELE GLICKMAN, 14 Laura Drive, Westbury, L.I., N.Y., 1967, French MISS FRANCINE GLUCKMAN, 98-01 67 Avenue, Forest Hills, N.Y., 1964, Soc. MR. NICHOLAS GLYPTIS, 53 Georgia Ave., Island Park, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Hist, Ore-Law MISS SYLVIA A. GOCH, 620 Princeton Avenue, Lakewood, N.J., 1966, Psych MR. RAYMOND E. GODDARD, 95-26 I21st Street, Richmond Hill 19, N.Y., 1964, Math. MR. NORMAN GODFREY, 230 East Mineola Avenue, Valley Stream, L.I,, N.Y., 1966, Ind. Mgt. MR. HARRY GODFRIED, 198 Bond Street, Brooklyn 17, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MR. ROGER F. GOETZEL, 1589 Fillmore Street, Baldwin, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Chem. MR. RICHARD W. GOLD, 69 Peter Lane, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1964, Math, MR. PETER GOLDBAUM, 255-20 Walden Place, Great Neck, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MR. BERNARD L. GOLDBERG, 80 Knolls Crescent, New York 63, N.Y., 1964, Bio. MR. HARVEY E. GOLDBERG, 236-02 Union Turnpike, Bellerose Manor 27, N.Y., 1965, Chem. P-D MR. IRA B. GOLDBERG, 49-16 Enfield Place, Flushing 64, New York, 1964, Chem. MISS NANCY GOLDBERG, The Stony Brook School, Stony Brook, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. RICHARD S. GOLDBERG, 1768 Jasen Avenue, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med MR. STEWART L. GOLDBERG, 347 Remsen Avenue, Brooklyn 12, N.Y., 1967, Phys. Ed. MISS EILEEN S. GOLDBLATT, 41 Castle Heights Ave., Upper Nyack, N.Y., 1964, English MISS JOYCE P. GOLDBLATT, 156 Long Drive, Hempstead, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Sp. Ther. MISS LYNNE GOLDEN, 16 Restful Lane, Levittown, L.I., N.Y., 1967, English MR. ARTHUR J. GOLDENBAUM, 54 Morton Avenue, West Hempstead, N.Y., 1965, Soc. MISS GERTRUDE R. GOLDMAN, 230 Whitehall Rd., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Psych. MR. RICHARD A. GOLDMAN, 430 Fifth Avenue, Cedarhiurst, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Bio KP-Medi MR. ARTHUR S. GOLDSMITH, 1492 East 48th Street, Brooklyn 34, N.Y., 1966, Bio., Pre-Med MR. HARRY D. GOLDSMITH, 84-41 265th Street, Floral Park, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. CHARLES L. GOLDSTEIN, 153-25 88th Street, Howard Beach 14, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. JACK L. GOLDSTEIN, 83-35 139 Street, Jamaica 35, New York, 1965, Math MISS LILIAN GOLDSTEIN, 186 Whitehall Road S, Garden City S. L.I., N.Y., 1964, Art MISS MARILYN GOLDSTEIN, 45 Landtield Avenue, Monticello, N.Y., 1967, Nursing MR. PAUL E. GOLDSTEIN, 21 Fern Drive West, Jericho, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Chem. MR. RICHARD M. GOLDSTEIN, 739 East Walnut Street, Long Beach, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Bio. P-Med MR. ROBERT S. GOLDSTEIN, 124 Brixton Road So., West Hempstead, N.Y., 1965, Pers. Mng. MR. RONALD S. GOLDSTEIN, 53-51 208 Street, Bayside 64, N.Y., 1965, Govt. MR. STEVEN I. GOLDSTEIN, 57-38 246 Crescent, Douglaston 62, N.Y., 1966, Psy. Ed. MR. LAWRENCE N. GOLUB, 1655 Union Street, Brooklyn 13, N.Y., 1965, Bio. P-Med MR. STANLEY GOLUB, 137-56 230th Street, Laurelton, N.Y., 1964, Bio. MISS CHARLOTTE GORDON, 104 Lincoln Road South, Plainview, L.l., N.Y., 1964, English MISS CIELLA GORDON, 443 Newport Street, Brooklyn 7, N.Y., 1966, sp. is Dr. MR. DAVID L. GORDON, 8 Sholwood Circle, Linden, N.J., 1966, Bio. P-Med MISS JOYCE GORDON, 122 Chester Ave., Garden City N.Y., 1967, ATEP MISS NANCY R. GORE, 68-37 Harrow Street, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1965, Dance MISS REBECCA A. GORMAN, 491 Freeman Avenue, Oceanside, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Bio. MISS MARGARET GORMELY, 247 Grand Avenue, West Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Eng. MISS JOYCE GOTLIEB, 25 Hightop Lane, Jericho, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Speech The. MR. LLOYD A. GOTTLIEB, 2923 Bailey Court, Far Rockaway 91, N.Y., 1964, Bio. P-Med MISS PHYLLIS GOTTLIEB, 782 South Drive, Baldwin, New York, 1964, Spanish MR. JOEL LEWIS GOULD, 2 Avon Road, Farmingdale, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. EUGENE J. GRABINER, 64 Brixton Road So, Garden City So., N.Y., 1964, History MISS GAYE L. GRABOWSKI, 230 Whitehall Road, Garden City So., N.Y., 1967, B.A. Sec. MR. DANIEL J. GRADY, 287 Linden Street, Massapequa Park, N.Y., 1964, Ind. Mgt. MR. MARVIN A. GRANIT, 135-45 223rd Street, Laurelton 13, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. ROBERT GRASSO, 69-62 218 Strez f, Bayside 64, N.Y., 1964, Speech MISS STACIA L. GRAVATT, 66 Fifth Avenue, Mineola, L.i., N.Y., 1967, English MR. GARY GRAVES, 28 Eldredge Street, East Northport, N.Y., 1966, Bio. MR. JOHN GRAVINO, 71-01 Manse Street, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1967, History MR. RUSSELL L. GRAY, 33-38 166th Street, Flushing 58, N.Y., 1964, Chem. MR. RONALD GREELEY, 29 Poplar Place, Port Washington, N.Y., 1965, Bio. MR. DENNIS GREEN, 492 Lariat Lane, Bethpage, L.I., N.Y., 1967, B.A. MR. DOUGLAS J. GREEN, 492 Lariat Lane, Bethpage, L.I., N.Y., 1967, B.A. MR. GERARD H. GREEN, 77-O9 85th Street, Glendale 27, N.Y., 1964, Bio., Pre-Med MISS BONNI GREENBERG, 17 Coolidge Avenue, Baldwin, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Nursing MISS JUDY GREENBERG, 13 Southgate Road, Great Neck, N.Y., 1964, Art MR. MELVYN GREENBERG, 1249 Hawthorne Dr. West, Wantagh, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Govt. MR. NEAL GREENE, 3490 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, New York, 1964, Gov. MISS LISA A. GREENHOUSE, 712 Exeter Road, Linden, New Jersey, 1966, French MR. WILLIAM M. GREENHUT, 18 Jackie Drive, Westbury, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. ELLIOTT L. GREENSPAN, 1112 Lenox Road, Brooklyn 12, N.Y., 1966, Econ. MR. MICHAEL GREENSPAN, 175 Brompton Road So., Garden City So., N.Y., 1965, Pre-Vet MR. RICHARD J. GREENSPAN, 118-22 225 Street, Cambria Heights 11, N.Y., 1966, Bio. P-Den MR. ANDREW GREENSTEIN, 23 John Street, Spring Valley, N.Y., 1967, Chem. MR. DONALD GREENSTEIN, 2601 Farragut Road, Brooklyn 10, N.Y., 1964, Math. MR. JESSE A. GREENWALD, 251-51 52nd Avenue, Little Neck 62, N.Y., 1965, B.A., Sm. Bus. Mgt. MISS NANCY R. GREFE, 85 Beechwood Avenue, Roosevelt, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Med. Tech. MRS. JEANSHAW GREGORY, 20 So. Ireland Place, Amityville, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Psy. Ed. MISS LINDA GRELLER, 810 Parkview Terrace, Elizabeth 2, N.Y., 1965, English 175 MISS EUGENIE L. GRIBBONS, Maplecrest, New York, 1967, History MR. PHILIP C. GRIDLEY, 20 Keating Circle, S. Weymouth 90, Mass., 1967, Undec. MISS GLORIA J. GRIFFIN, 28 8th Street, Carle Place, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Am. Stud. MISS GAYLE S. GRIMMER, 92-O1 54th Avenue, Elmhurst 73, N.Y., 1967, Phys. Ed. MISS ESTHER GRINBERG, 8 Shine Street, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, T.W.l., 1965, Spanish MISS SUSAN GRITZ, 661 Howard Avenue, West Hempstead, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. GREGORY J. GROD, Middle Country Road, Saint James, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Gov. MR. MARK GRODIN, 58-45 251 Street, Little Neck 62, N.Y., 1964, Govt. MR. ARNOLD S. GRODMAN, 5216 Beverly Road, Brooklyn 3, N.Y., 1964, Sales Mgt. MISS SUZANNE R. GROSKIN, 154 Crescent Lane, Roslyn Heights, N.Y., 1966, Mktg. MISS KATHY L. GROSS, 7 Lincoln Avenue, New Hyde Park, New York, 1964, Nursing MR. LEONARD GROSS, 19 Greenfield Lane, Commack, L.l,, N.Y., 1966, Hist MISS JOY E. GROSSKOPF, 206 Dorchester Rd., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS CAROLE GROSSMAN, 2242 Smith Street, Merrick, L.I., N.Y., 1966, English MR. CHARLES GROSSMAN, 200 West 108th Street, New York 25, N.Y., 1967, App. Phy. MR. DENNIS GROSSMAN, 131-36 233 Street, Laure1ton,L.I., N.Y., 1965, Chem. MR. GERALD GROSMAN, 3905 Arthur Ave., Seaford, New York, 1964, Bio. MR. STEVEN GROSSMAN, 193-65 Salerno Avenue, Holliswood, L.I., N.Y., Spec., Pre-Dent. MR. ROBERT C. GROSZ, 77 Hampton Road, Garden City, N.Y., 1964, Biology MISS GERTRUDE GRUSHKIN, 1530 Dieman Lane, East Meadow, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Music MR. THEODORE GRUTZMACHER, 84 Balcom Road, Farmingdale, L.l,, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. PHILIP M. GUGLIELMO, 86-28 Musket Street, Queens Village 27, N.Y., 1967, Hist., Pre-Law MISS FERN E. GUIOR, 33 Purdy Court, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1964, Speech MISS SONDRA B. GULIAN, State College Campus, Millersville, Penno., 1965, Art MR. HOWARD J. GULKER, 25-15 Union Street, Flushing 54, New York, 1964, Acct. S.Mg MISS PATRICIA GUNDERSEN, 112 Jackson Street, Garden City, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Nursing MR. TANCHUM GUREVITZ, 80-O8 135th Street, Kew Gardens, N.Y., 1967, Pers. Mang. MR. WILLIAM GURLAND, 141 Lenox Avenue, Brooklyn 26, N.Y., 1966, Soc. MISS EMILY GUTH, 450 Garden Blvd., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MISS SOPHIA F. GUTHERZ, R.D. iff' 1, Box 450, Jackson, New Jersey, 1967, Psych. MISS IRENE GUTLERBER, Old Field Road, Setauket, New York, 1964, Antep MISS EVELYN GUTMAN, 63-34 Fitchett Street, Rego Park 74, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS DOROTHY E. HABBEN, 80 Wilson Street, Garden City, L.I., N.Y., 1964, English MISS HARLENE G. HABER, 227-20 Hillside Ave, Queens Village 27, N.Y., 1965, Antep MRS. JUDITH E. HABER, 86-39 208th Street, Queens Village, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Nursing MISS PATRICIA HACKER, 9 Briarfield Drive, Great Neck, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Speech MR. NEIL HAENEL, 76 Mulberry Avenue, Garden City, L.I. ,N.Y., 1965, Math. MISS VIRGINIA A. HAFNER, 2482 Second Avenue, East Meadow, New York, 1964, Psy. Ed. MR. SAMUEL M. HAFT, 287 Brompton Road So., Garden City So., N.Y., 1965, B.A. Mktg. MR. WILLIAM P. HAGAN, 4 Seventh Street, Valley Stream, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Pers. Mang. MR. ROBERT BRUCE HAHN, 840 Smith Street, Uniondale, L.l., N.Y., 1965, B.A. Mgt. MR. SALVATORE HAKIM, 2 Bay Lane, Lido Beach, N.Y., 1966, Eco. MISS FLORENCE MARY HALL, Pleasant Valley Lake, 7 Butternut Rd., Box 17, McAffee, New Jersey, 1966 Math MISS MADELEINE HALL, 76-38 271st Street, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1964, Nursing MR. THEODORE HALL, 281 Bay Avenue, Huntington, L.l., N.Y., 1964, History MISS INGRID HALLBERG, 45-53 251st Street, Little Neck, N.Y., Spec. MR. DANIEL A. HALPERN, 2156 East 15th Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1964, Acct. MR. ROGER A. HAMER, 301 Roosevelt Avenue, Franklin Square, N.Y., 1966, Eco. MISS CAROLE HAMM, 1654 Putnam Avenue, Ridgewood 27, N,Y., 1964, Ex. Sec. MR. DAVID HAMM, 40 Sunny Side Ave., Hempstead, N.Y., 1966, Econ. MISS MARY J. HAMMER, 257 Dorchester Road, Garden City So. L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS ANNE L. HAMMOND, 1000 Pine Lake Drive, Wayne, New Jersey, 1967, Nursing MR. STEPHEN B. HAND, 111-45 76th Avenue, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1964, Govt., Pre-Law MR. GEORGE M. HANDIN, 65 Luchon Street, Lido Beach, N.Y., 1966, English MR. JAMES HANIFFY, 34 Elm Drive, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1966, Acct. MR. WILLIAM R. HANIGAN, 409 Uniondale Ave., Uniondale, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Mktg. MISS ALICE N. HANSEN, 295 Bay 20 Street, Brooklyn 14, N.Y., 1964, Nursing MR. EDWARD HANUS, 117-24 240 Street, Elmont, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Hist.-Gov. MR. DOUGLAS J. HARBEN, 20 Parkview Place, Baldwin, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Bio. 1Pre-M1 MR. RICHARD J. HARGROVE 32-33 53 Place, Woodside 77, N.Y., 1965, Hist. MISS CORNELIA HARNETT, 1240 East 14th Street, Brooklyn 30, N.Y., Spec. MR. ROBERT J. HARPER, JR., 11 Eastwoods Lane, Scarsdale, New York, 1966, Undec. MISS BONNIE M. HARRIS, 885 Central Avenue, Far Rockaway 91, N.Y., 1967, Art MISS GAIL M. HARRIS, 4001 Meade Street N.E., Washington 19, D.C., 1967, Nursing MISS RUTH HARRIS, 563 Westminster Road, Brooklyn 30, N.Y., 1965, Nursing MR. WILLIAM H. HARRIS, 698 Oriole Avenue, West Hempstead, N.Y., 1966, Mktg. MISS BARBARA S. HARRISON, 417 North Central Drive, No. Massapequa, N.Y., 1964, Phil. MISS BONNIE HARRISON, 63 Cobalt Lane, Westbury L.l., N.Y., 1967, Nursing MISS HELEN AMY HARRISON, 86-14 110 Street, Richmond Hill 18, N.Y., 1965, Art MR. RAYMOND F. HARRON, 551 7th Street, Garden 'City So., N.Y., 1964, Chem. MISS FRANCES HART, 80-30 217 Street, Queens Village, N.Y., 1965, Speech MISS MARGARET J. HARTON, 154 Ann Street, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1965, History MISS SYLVIA HARTSTEIN, 3 Jefterson Street, West Hempstead, N.Y., 1966, Hist. 81 Gov. MR. ALLAN W. HARTTER, 159 Williams Street, Williston Park, N.Y., 1965, History MR. MICHAEL S. HASELKORN, 57 Myles Avenue, Levittown, Ll., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS JUDY E. HASSELL, 8851-138 Street, Jamaica, New York, 1966, Undec. MR. GUNTHER HAUG, 87-42 Woodhaven Blvd., Jamaica 21, N.Y., 1966, German MISS LILLIAN M. HAUG, 122 Chester Ave., Garden City, N.Y., 1965, Psych MR. DONALD HAVERTY, 146-12 23rd Ave., Whitestone, N.Y., 1965, Math. MISS SARA A. HAVIER, 631 Meryl Drive, Westbury, L.I., N.Y., 1967, History MISS MARY HAYES, 11 Elm Avenue, Glen Cove, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Nursing Q MISS SUSAN HAYWARD, 20 Heron Street, Long Beach, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Bio. MR. BRUCE C. HAXTHAUSEN, 10 Bluebird Lane, Huntington, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Psych. MR. JEFFREY B. HAZAN, 851 Dana Avenue, Valley Stream, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Phil. MR. LAWRENCE HEALEY, 149 Raymond Street, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1964, History MISS CHERYL E. HEATH, Creedmoor State Hospital, 80-45 Winchester Blvd., Queens Village 27, N.Y., 1966, D.M.H. MR. WILLIAM M. HEBERER, JR., 6 Parkside Drive Apt. 1-V, Carle Place, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Sm. Bus, Mgt. MISS LYNN HEBRON, 19 Eastland Drive, Glen Cove, N.Y., 1965, Art MISS NANCY HECK, 289 Eight Avenue, Sea Cliff, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Soc. S.W. MR. WILLIAM F. HEDGECOCK, 50-50 47th Street, Woodside 77, N.Y., 1967, English MR. DANIEL E. HEFFERNAN, 1672 Coleman Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1965, B.A. MISS RUTH E. HEGEMAN, Old Westbury Road, Old Westbury, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Phy. Ed. MR. GEORGE D. HEIDELBERGER, 94-55 217 Street, Queens Village 28, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS LORRAINE HEIL, 135-06 118th Street, Ozone Park 20, N.Y., 1967, English MISS LESLIE C. HEIN, 48 Remsen Road, Great Neck, N,Y., 1966, Speech The. MRS. CAROL HEINBERG, 16 Main Street, East Rockaway, N.Y., 1964, English MISS CAROL HEINEMAN, 5 Kingsbury Road, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Math. MISS CHERYL HEINRICH, 3981 Wolkow Avenue, Seaford, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Nursing MISS MARILYN HEINRICH, 7 Ellsworth Place, East Northport, N.Y., 1967, Math. MR. ALAN F. HEINS, 352 Eldert Lane, Brooklyn B, N.Y., 1964, History MR. NORMAN L. HELDMAN, 70 Parkway North, Yonkers, New York, 1965, Pre-Med, Bio MISS BARBARA HELLER, 92 Ne'wton Street, Brookline 46, Mass., 1966, Undec MR. PHILIP F. HELLER, Lake Mohegan, Fenimore Avenue, Lake Mohegan, N.Y., 1966, Govt. MR. FREDERICK P. HELM, 619 Pine Drive, Bay Shore, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Physics MISS FELICE D. HELMAN, 346 Childs Ave., Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Nursing MISS GOLDA HELSEL, 71 Saddle Lane, Roslyn Heights, L,l., N.Y., Spec. MISS ELVIRA HENDERSON, 449 Waukena Ave., Oceanside, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Nursing MR. JOHN E. HENDRY, 23 Amherst Street, Williston Park, N.Y., 1965, Math. MISS .IACQUELYN HENRETIG, 30 Greenway East, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1966, Phys. Ed. MRS. JOAN L. HENRY, 164-15 76th Ave., Flushing, N.Y., 1964, Soc. MR. JAMES R. HENSLER, 2191 Hallock Street, North Beilmofe, Li, N.Y., 1964, Bio. P-Med MISS PAULINE M. HERD, 2 Montaque Terrace, Brooklyn 1, N.Y., 1964, Eng. MISS VICTORIA P. HERD, 2 Montague Terrace, Brooklyn 1, N.Y., 1964, Eng. MR. FRANCISCO E. HERNANDEZ, Av. Atlantica 3170 Apt. 1001, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1967, B.A. MISS BARBARA LOUISE HEROLD, 10 Cathedral Ave. Apt. B21, Hempstead, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Psych. MR. LEON HERSHKOWITZ, 649 Third Place, Garden csfy so., N.Y., 1965, s.vv. MR. MITCHEL J. HERTIG, 77 Lent Ave., Hempstead, N.Y., 1964, History MR. STEFAN HERZ, 95 Old Broadway, New York 27, N.Y., 1965, Soc. MISS PATRICIA HESS, 160 Fairmount Avenue, Hackensack, N.J., 1965, History MISS MYRNA HESSEL, 1377 E. 88th St., Brooklyn 36, N.Y.: 1964, English MISS MARY LEE HESSELBACH, 33 Arkansas Drive, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1964, Biology MR. WAYNE HEYSER, 87-13 249th Street, Bellerose 26, N.Y., 1967, German MISS CAROL ANNA HIBBARD, 177 Flower Hill Road, Huntington, N.Y., 1965, Psych. MR. THOMAS T. HICKS, 61 Roxbury Road, Garden City, N.Y., 1965, Ind. Man. MISS CAROLYN HILL, RFD ffl, West Lake Road, Skaneateles, New York, 1964, Med. Tech., Bio MISS ELAINE C. HILL, 5 Warren Blvd., Garden City, N.Y,, 1967, Nursing MR. THOMAS J. HILL, 315 Windsor Avenue, Brightwaters, N.Y., 1964, B.A. Mgt., Ind. MR. JEFF HILLMAN, Smith Lane, Centereach, New York, 1967, Govt., Pre-Law MISS MARCIA S. HILTON, 104 Cambridge Ave., Garden City, L.I., N.Y., 1965, English MR. HAROLD HINZ, JR., 104-36 196th Street, Hollis 12, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS BARBARA HIRSCH, 284 Whitehall Blvd., Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Bio. MR. DENNIS L. HIRSCH, 260 No. 8th Street, Lindenhurst, N.Y,, 1966, Bio. MISS EILEEN R. HIRSCH, 421 West Marker Street, Lon" Bervh I I NY - 1964 Bio MRS. JEANETTE HIRSCH, 1668 Beech Street, Wantagh, L.I,, N.Y., 1966, B.A. MISS SIEMA L. HIRSCHBERG, 50 Saddle Lane, Roslyn Heights, N.Y., 1965, Psych MR. RICHARD M. HNIS, 117 Monroe Street, Garden Cary, Li, N.Y., 1964, B.A. s.Mgr MISS SANDRA R. HOCHMAN, 760 Montgomery 176 Street, Brooklyn 13, N.Y., 1965, Speech The. MISS MARTHA HODGDON, 14 Avalon Road, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1966, English MISS BARBARA HOFFMAN, 38 Hill Street, Brooklyn 8, N.Y., 1967, Phys, Ed. MISS MARGARET HOFFMAN, 268 Stewart Avenue, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Art MR. NORMAN HOFFMAN, 1 19-02 225 Street, Cambria Heights 11, New York, 1964, Psy. Ed. MISS ROSEMARY E. HOFFMAN, 203 Division Avenue, Hicksville, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Spanish MR. BURTON P. HOFFNER, 141-16 28th Avenue, Flushing 54, New York, 1966, Chem. MR. JOHN F. HOGAN, 51-22 58 Place, Woodside 77, N.Y., 1964, Econ. MISS MARIA G. HOLBERT, 54 Old Broadway, Garden City, N.Y., 1965, Math. MR. ANDREW R. HO1DlNG,5 Homer Avenue, Larchmont, N.Y., 1966, Physics MISS LEONA HOLINER, 81 Hungry Harbor Rd., Valley Stream, L.I., N.Y., Spec. MISS SHARON HOLLAND, 92-12 242nd Street, Bellerose 26, N.Y., 1967, Math. MR. PAUL HOLLANDER, 29-34 Baywater Avenue, For Rockaway 91, N.Y., 1964, History MR. LEONARD HOLTZER: 87 Strarford South, Roslyn Heights, N.Y., 1965, Govt. MISS JULIA HOLUB, 89-11 91st Street, Woodhaven 21, N.Y., 1967, History MR. EUGENE HORNEF, Midwood Avenue, Nesconset, N.Y., 1967, Phys. Ed. MISS JANICE HUBER, 16 Rutgers Street, Smithtown, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Phys. Ed. MR. WILLIAM R. HUDSON, 1257 Allen Drive, Seaford, New York, 1964, Art MR. JAMES R. HUGHSON, 133 Penarrow Road, Rochester 18, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. ALFRED HULSE, 1910 New York Avenue, Huntington Station, L.l., N.Y., 1964, B,A. Acctg. MR. EDWARD T. HUMBERT, 96 Maxson Ave., Freeport, N.Y., 1964, Acct. MR. ARTHUR HUNT, 65 Hawthorne Avenue, Babylon, L.l., N.Y., 1966, D.M.H. MR. HARVEY HYE, 2412 Cornaga Ave., Far Rockaway 91, N.Y., 1965, History, Govt. MR. HARVEY HYMAN, 481 Lake Shore Drive, Lake Parsippany, N.J., 1965, Pre-Med. MR. PHILIP IANNELLI, 37 Adams Street, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Govt. MR. MAHDI IBRAHIM, Boramo, Northern Region, Somalia, 1965, Math MISS NINA IERARDI, 60 Bay Drive, Massapequa, N,Y., 1964, French MISS RUTH R. IMBER, 506 Ardsley Blvd., Garden city so., N.Y., 1965, Psych. MISS ELLEN S. IMBERMAN, 678 Rugby Road, Brooklyn 30, N.Y., 1964, ANTEP MR. PERRY M. IMMERMAN, 19 Camp Road, Amityville, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Chem., Pre-Med. MRS. JERILYN INGOLD, 145 33 Street, Lindenhurst L.l., N.Y., 1964, B.A. MR. JACK F. INSINGA, JR., 336 James Court, West Hempstead, N.Y., 1964, Govt. MR. FRANK IOVINO, 276 Monitor Street, Westbury, N.Y., 1967, Phys. Ed. MR. DENNIS IPPOLITO, 620 Clifton Avenue, Clifton, New Jersey, 1964, Hist 81 Gov MISS ANN IRWIN, 206 Dorchester Rd., Garden City, N.Y., 1964, Phil. MISS JANIS V. ISENBERG, 150 Brooklawn Circle, New Haven 15, Conn., 1966, English MISS ELINOR C. ISENBURGER, 146-03 28th Ave., Flushing 54, N.Y., 1966, B.A. MISS RUTH ISSEKS, 101-06 67th Drive, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1966, History MISS NORA M. IVANHOE, 1 Central Drive, Great Neck, N.Y., 1966, French MISS NATALIA IZJUMOVA, 3 Daniel Place, Sea Clift, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Eng. MISS KITTIE JACK, 8 Brixton Road, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Dance MISS ELLEN JACOB, 458 Garden Blvd., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Dance MISS VIRGINIA M. JACOBI, 39 Euston Road, Garden City, L.I., N.Y., 1967, English MR. RONALD F. JACOBS, 2037 Stratford Drive, Westbury, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Acct. B.A. MISS ARLENE JACOBSON, 1661 Aladdin Avenue, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1964, Sp. Ther. MISS JOAN L. JACOBSON, 65 Roxbury Road, Garden City, N.Y., 1966, History MISS KAREN M. JACOBSON, 4204 Ethlond Avenue, Baltimore 7, Maryland, 1964, English MISS MADELYNE E. JACOBSON, 728 Willow Road, Franklin Square, N.Y., 1964, French MISS TINA R. JACOBSON, 72 Colgate Road, Great Neck, N.Y., 1966, Bio. MISS ESTHER JAFFE, 268 Dorchester Road, Garden City So., N.Y., 1967, ATEP MISS PATRICIA E. JAFFE, 49 Park Circle, Great Neck, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Nursing MR. HARVEY JAKOB, 86-20 Ava Place, Jamaica, N.Y., 1965, B.A.Mgf. MR. CHARLES G. JAMESON, 155 Berry Hill Road, Syosset, N.Y., 11791, 1965, Chem. MR. DANIEL J. JAMIESON, 225 First Street Apt. 2-L, Mineola, L.l., N.Y., 1964, English MISS BARBARA JANCO, 1 Wooley's Lane, Great Neck, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Soc. MR. SAULIUS JANUSAS, 101-55 107 Street, Ozone Park 17, N.Y., 1965, Physics MR. WILLIAM P. JAROS, 112 Orchid Road, Levittown, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. OVID L. JERMIN, 803 Lincoln Place, Brooklyn 16, N.Y., 1966, Phil. MR. JOHN B. JERUMANIS, 35 Newlist Ave., Port Washington, N.Y., 1964, B.A. Mgt. MISS ELAINE F. JESCHUR, 1377 Bellmore Road, No. Bellmore, N.Y., 1966, German MR. BARRY W. JOBSON, 10 Arosa Court, Greenlawn, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Chem MR. KENNETH R. JOHANNESEN, 1732 East 35 Street, Brooklyn 34, N.Y., 1964, B.A. Acctg. MISS JUDITH K. JOHANSEN, R.F.D. Q51 Mount Sinai, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MR. BERNARD J. JOHNSON, 256 South Main Street, Mechanicville, New York, 1965, Undec. MISS JULIE JOHNSON, 546 Pine Grove Avenue, Rochester 17, N.Y., 1964, English MR. LAWRENCE E. JOHNSON, 71 East Bedell Street, Freeport, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. DONALD A. JOHNSTON, 115-102 231st Street, Cambria Heights 11, N.Y., 1965, Mktg. MISS KATHLEEN M. JONES, 354 Brixton Road, Garden City, N.Y., 1965, English MISS SONDRA ELLEN JONES, 373 Kilburn Road, Garden City So., N.Y., 1965, Bio. MISS KAREN LYNNE JOSEPH, 174 Cleveland Ave., Mineola, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Art MISS LINDA A. JOSEPH, 11 Terrace Circle, Great Neck, N.Y., 1966, Phys. Ed. MISS PATRICIA ANN JUREK, 2568 Seventh Street, East Meadow, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Nursing MISS JEFFERIE A. KABAT, 608 Barnard Avenue, Woodmere, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Speech The. MISS CAROLINE KACHURA, 203 Little Plains Road, Huntington, N.Y., 1965, Bio. MISS MARIANNE KACZMAREK, 1059 Highland Street, Baldwin, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Phys. Ed. MISS BARBARA KADISH, 4 Lydia Lane, Garden City, N.Y., 1967, ATEP MR. FRED KAGAN, 86-53 256 Street, Floral Park, N.Y., 1966, Music MISS BARBARA KAHANOFSKY, 370 South 30th Street, Camden 5, New Jersey, 1966, Sp. 81 Dr. MISS LINDA KAHN, 53-44 204 Street, Bayside 64, N.Y., 1966, Nursing MR. ALEXANDER KALBOUSS, 68-14 Horro'w Street, Forest Hills 75, New York, 1964, B.A. Mkg., Sal. Mgt. MISS DIANA KALFAYAN, 196-37 Foothill Ave., Hollis 23, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS GEORGIA KALIANIS, 189 South Kilburn Road, Garden City South, N.Y., 1966, Math. MR. STANLEY R. KALISH, 1347 Dickens Street, Far Rockaway 91, N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med MISS SANDRA KALISHER, 50 Michael Drive, Plainview, New York, 1964, Chem. MISS KATHRYN KALLELIS, 1 12 Leferts Road, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Biology MISS PAMELA N. KALMANSON, 24 Joan Lane, Massapequa, N.Y., 1966, B.A. Acct MISS SANDRA L. KAMEN, 6 Glenbrook Road, Hicksville, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Educ. MR. LEONARD KAMIN, 120 East 54th Street, Brooklyn 3, N.Y., 1966, Phys. Ed. Miss JUDITH F. KAMINSKI, 271 Kehr Street, Buffalo 11, N.Y., 1966, Pre-Med MISS BARBARA J. KANDYBOWITZ, 5 Warren Blvd., Garden City, N.Y., 1966, English MISS ALICE KANE, 55 Ambrose Avenue, Malverne, N.Y., 1967, English MR. DANIEL KANE, 37 Beechhurst Ave., Floral Park, N.Y., 1967, Chem. MR. LEON E. KANE, Creedmoor Hosp. Sub Sta 60, Queens Village, N.Y., 1967, D.M.H. MR. JEFFREY E. KANNER, 649 3rd Place, Garden City S. L.l., N.Y., 1966, Bio. P-Dent MR. ALLEN L. KAPLAN, 601 Howard Avenue, West Hempstead, N.Y., 1964, Gen. Bus. MR. JERROLD A. KAPLAN, 4010 Meadow Lane, Seaford, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Bio. MR. NORMAN D. KAPLAN, 4010 Meadow Lane, Seaford, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Govt. MISS ROSALIND KAPLAN, 304 Kensington Road, Garden City So., N.Y., 1967, ATEP MR. STEVEN R. KAPLAN, 61 Warwick Road, Great Neck, L.l., N.Y., 1965, B.A. MISS SUSAN KAPLAN, 632 Jefferson Street, West Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Hist MISS VICTORIA KAPLAN, 255 Brixton Road SO., Garden City So., N.Y., 1967, ATEP MRS. JANE KAPLITT, 282 East 35th St., Brooklyn 3, N.Y., 1966, English MR. STEPHEN G. KARASIK, 150-10 79th Ave., Flushing 67, N.Y., 1964, Econ. MR. JEFFREY J. KARCZ, 114-89 210th Street, Cambria Heights 11, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. ANDREW KARMIN, 15 Melby Lane, Roslyn, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Bio. Pre-Md MISS ANN M. KAROTSERIS, 38 Cawtield Lane, Huntington Station, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. CHARLES KAROTSERIS, 38 Cawfield Lane, Huntington Station, N.Y., 1965, History MR. ARTHUR KARPAS, 38 Stratford Road, Brooklyn 18, N.Y., 1965, Bio. MISS BARBARA I. KARPEL, 32 Old Farm Road, Levittown, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Chem. MISS SUSAN J. KARTOVSKY, 220 Oak Ridge Road, Stratford, Conn., 1967, Bio. MISS PAULA KASSOVER, 5 Shore Drive, Great Neck, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Speech MR. GEORGE KAST, 80-O9-78 Avenue, Brooklyn 27, N.Y., 1964, Phys. Ed. MISS HARRIET KATSKE, 628 Ardsley Boulevard, Garden City So., N.Y., 1964, Psych. MR. LEONARD KATZ, 518 West Fulton Street, Long Beach, N.Y., 1965, History MISS LINDA KATZ, 851 Pepperidge Road, Westbury, L.l., N.Y., 1967, English MISS LOIS HELENE KATZ, 1371 Broadway, Apt., B-4, Hewlett, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Speech The. MR. MARTIN S. KATZ, 217 East Beech Street, Long Beach, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Acct. MR. MARVIN S. KATZ, I40 Clarkson Ave., Brooklyn 26, N.Y., 1966, Acct. MR. ROBERT C. KATZ, 3725 Henry Hudson Parkway, New York 63, N.Y., 1964, B.A. G. Bus. MISS WENDY E. KATZ, 70 Dahill Road, Brooklyn 18, N.Y., 1965, Speech Ther. MR. THEODORE KATZMAN, 385 Barnard Avenue, Cedarhurst, N.Y., 1965, Psych. MISS GERTRUDE F. KATZOFF, 85-26 Palo Alto Street, Hollis 23, N.Y., 1964, Educ. MISS KAREN KAUFMAN, 25 Sagamore Road, East Norwich, N.Y., 1967, Bio. Pre-Med MR. ROBERT M. KAVNER, 155 Madison Street, Franklin Square, N.Y., 1965, B.A. Acctg. MR. JEFFREY H. KAY, 118 Harbour View Drive, Massapequa, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Acctg. MISS MARILYN KAYE, 70 Whitehall Road, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1964, Speech MISS PATRICIA ANNE KAYE, 63 Fernwood Lane, Roslyn, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Spanish MR. ROBERT KAYE, 78-10 266th Street, Floral Park, N.Y., 1965, Phys. Ed. MR. ROBERT KAZANJIAN, 124 Brixton Road S., W. Hempstead, LI., N.Y., 1965, Genl. Bus. MISS SONA M. KAZANJIAN, 30 Cambridge Street, Winchester, Mass., 1967, Undec. MISS SUSAN A. KEAHON, 195 Hempstead Avenue, Lynbrook, L.l., N.Y., 1966, History MISS PATRICIA KEIFFER, Sierra Leone 730, Mexico 10, D.F., Mexico, 1967, Psych. MR. MARK M. KELLER, 37 Skylark Lane, Levittown, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Bio. MISS CAROL A. KELLY, 270 Maple Avenue, Smithtown, L.l., N.Y., 1964,,B.A., Gen. Bus. Ed MR. WALTER KELLY, 504 Croyden Road, Garden City Sa., N.Y., 1964, Art MR. MARTIN J. KELTZ, 63-84 Sounder Street, Rego Park 74, N.Y., 1956, Undec. MR. BRUCE KEMMLEIN, 3434 Heather Lane, Wantagh, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. STEVEN KEMPLER, 11 Cathy Court, Malverne, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Psych 177 ,. . ,L.-...A.4.-.. MR. JOEL H. KENNEY, 26 Pinewood Road, Roslyn, L.l., N.Y., 1966, B.A. Mgt. MR. GEORGE F. KEOUGH, 1410 East Avenue, Bronx 62, N.Y., 1964, Govt. MISS SANDRA M. KERIN, 1487 Stephen Marc Lane, East Meadow, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Psych. MISS NANCY KERN, 62 East Broadway, Roslyn, N.Y., 1965, English MISS SANDRA KERN, 204-14 33 Avenue, Bayside 61, N.Y., 1964, Phys. Ed. MR. ROBERT KERR, 32 Vail Street, Islip, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Ind. Mangt MISS ADRIENNE KESSLER, 43 Lyons Street, Huntington Sta., L.l., N.Y., 1964, Antep MISS ARLENE J. KESSLER, 163 East Penn Street, Long Beach, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Speech Ther. MR. LAURENCE KESSLER, 69-46 198th Street, Flushing, N.Y., 1965, Hist. MR. JAMES KETCHER, 1544 Marshall Street, Elmont, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Physics MISS VALERIE T. KEY, 199 Rhame Avenue, East Rockaway, N.Y., 1967, B.A. MR. JIERROLD A. KAPLAN, 4010 Meadow Lane, Seaford, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Chem MR. MARTIN J. KIMMELMAN, 718 Monroe Blvd., Long Beach, N.Y., 1966, Chem. MR. RODNEY KIROUAC, 368 Main Street, Bristol, Conn., 1967, Undec. MISS BARBARA KIRWIN, 2916 Philip Avenue, Bronx 65, New York, 1965, Nursing MISS KATHRYN E. KIZENBERGER, 50-O9 88th Street, Elmhurst 73, N.Y., 1967, ATEP MISS DORIS G. KLAUS, 488 Jefferson Street, Westbury, L.l., N.Y., 1964, French MISS FLORENCE J. KLAYMAN, 80 Weequahic Ave., Newark, N..I., 1964, Soc. S.W. MRS. BERNICE ROSOF KLEID, 43-44 Kissena Blvd., Flushing, N.Y., 1965, Speech MR. GERARD KLEIMAN, 728 Belmore Avenue, E. Meadow, L.l., N.Y., 1965, B.A. MR. DENNIS M. KLEIN, 157 Beach 140 Street, Belle Harbor 94, N.Y., 1966, Hist. P-Law MISS ELEANA KLEIN, 328 East 55th Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1965, Music MISS ELLEN KLEIN, 20 Hillpark Avenue, Great Neck, N.Y., 1967, ATEP MR. GARY KLEIN, 84 Tardy Lane, Wantagh, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Math. MR. MARK A. KLEIN, 45 Radcliffe Road, Island Park, New York, 1965, Speech 8. Dra MISS PHYLLIS D. KLEIN, 235 Dorchester Road, Garden City So., N.Y., 1964, Eng. MR. LAWRENCE KLEINBERG, 245-28 61st Avenue, Douglaston 62, N.Y., 1965, Hist. MISS PATRICIA E. KLEINE, 108 Columbia Street, Huntington Station, N.Y., 1967, Math. MISS SUSAN E. KLIGER, 7 Tumlebrook Lane, West Hartford 17, Conn., 1964, Math. MISS ALISA KLIGFELD, 155 East Fulton Street, Long Beach, L.l., N.Y., 1966, ANTEP MISS FELICE G. KLITENICK, 88 Soundview Drive, Port Washington, N.Y., 1966, Math. MR. EUGENE J. KLYMYSHYN: 53-34 195 Street, Flushing 65, N.Y., 1966, Music MR. ROBERT W. KNIGHT, 195 Acre Lane, Hicksville, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Physics MISS MARY F. KNOUFF, 87 Highland Avenue, Port Washington, N.Y., 1967, Speech Ther. MISS OLGA E. KNUTSEN, 3027 Jericho Turnpike, East Northport, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. FREDERICK KOCH, 30 Roxbury Road, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1964, B.A. Ind. M MR. ROGER KOCH, 5 Adelaide Street, Bldg. G-1, Apt. 1-A, Floral Park, N.Y., 1966, Acct. MISS CAROL A. KOCSIS, 54 Wolf Hill Road, Huntington Sta., N.Y., 1967, Nursing MR. MICHAEL H. KOENIG, 17 Silo Lane, Levittown, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Bio. MR. JOEL KOEPPEL, 234 Beach 140th Street, Rockaway Park 94, N.Y., 1965, Mktg. MISS DIANA KOERNER, 236 Goldenrod Avenue, Franklin Square, L.l., N.Y., 1967, French MISS EVA KOEVESDI, 42-02 Layton Street, Elmhurst 73, N.Y., 1965, Soc. MISS LINDA A. KOFFMAN, Ossego Avenue, Troy, New York, 1967, Dance MR. RICHARD KOGAN, II Bayside Drive, Great Neck, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Mktg. MISS ELLEN KOGEL, 510 East Shore Road, Great Neck, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Engl. MR. EPHRAM KOHEN, Mushafa Bey cad W 25 fz, Izmir, Turkey, 1964, Chem. MISS FRANCES RAE KOHN, 23 Ridge Drive, Westbury, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Eng. MISS KAREN A. KOLBE, 1342 Schenck's Lane, Hewlet, L.l., N.Y., 1967, ATEP MISS SUSAN KOLBERG, 182-11 145th Ave., Springfield Gardens, N.Y., 1967, Art MR. RUSSELL J. KOLISH, 1911 State Street, Merrick, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. BRUCE A. KOONDEL, 28 Devon Road, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1965, BBA Act. MISS DIANE KOORSE, 36 Dahlia Lane, Wantagh, L.l., N.Y., 1964, ANTEP MR. ARTHUR KOPPELMAN, 13 Greentree Circle, Westbury, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Govt. MR. ARTHUR J. KOOPER, 105 King Court, Elmont, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. WILLIAM R. KORCAK, 165 Brookside Drive, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1967, Acct. MR. MICHAEL A. KORMAN, 371 Riverside Drive, Princeton, N.Y., 1965, Govt., Pre-Law MR. RICHARD KORN, 22-55 78th Street, Jackson Heights, N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med MR. IRA KORNER, 83-19 116th Street, Kew Gardens 18, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MISS BEVERLY C. KORNHEISER, 139-45 87th Road, Jamaica, N.Y., 1966, Sp. Ther. MR. PAUL J. KOTULA, 3 Circle Hill Road, Pelham Manor, N.Y., 1966, English MR. RAYMOND M. KOWALCYK, 286 Dorchester Road So., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Psych. MISS LESLEE B. KOWALSKY, 261 Dorchester Road, Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Psych. MISS LESLIE KRAMER, 289 Brower Avenue, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS RUTH I. KRAMER, 996 Dartmouth Lane, Woodmere, L.l., N.Y., 1964, B.A. Bus. Ed. MRS. BERYL KRANZ, 347 Roosevelt Blvd., W. Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Art Ed. MR. HOWARD I. KRANTZ, 79-15 208th Street, Flushing 64, N.Y., 1967, Govt. MISS GERTRUDE D. KRAUS, 505 Jorgen Street, Lawrence, N.Y., 1966, Psych. MISS KAREN KRAUSE, 61-27 185th Street, Fresh Meadows 65, N.Y., 1967, ATEP MR. TAY KRAUSE, Winoka Village, Apt. 16B, Lenox Road, Huntington Station, N.Y., 1964, Phys. Ed. MR. EUGENE KRAUSS, 121 Atlantic Avenue, Long Beach, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Bio iPre-Mdi MR. RICHARD S. KRAUT, 1800 East 12th Street, Brooklyn 29, N.Y., 1966, B.A. Pers. Mg. MR. HOWARD KRAUTHAMER, I5 Fallon Avenue, Elmont, L.l., N.Y., 1966, B.A. Acctg. MR. PETER L. KREBSER, 266 Stewart Avenue, Garden cafy, L.l., N.Y., 1966, B.A. Amg. MR. STEVE A. KREIDMAN, 131-43 227 Street, Laurelton 13, N.Y., 1965, Math. MISS MARCIA KREITZER, 14 Tuthill Avenue, Ellenville, New York, 1967, Speech Ther. MR. RICHARD KRELL, 1316 Martin Drive, Wantagh, N.Y., 1966, Phys. Ed. MISS LORRAINE KRENIS, 556 Little Neck Ave., No. Bellmore, N.Y., 1967, Art MISS JOAN ANNE KRESSEL, 128 Third Street, Garden City Park, N.Y., 1965, English MR. AUGUST KREUZKAMP, 44 Bingham Circle, Manhasset, L.l., N.Y., 1964, B.A., Sm. Bus. Mgt. MISS PAULA H. KRIVIS, 887 Wellington Road, Westbury, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Math. MR. MICHAEL S. KROLICK, 15 Beechwood Road, Roslyn, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Acct. B.A. MR. RICHARD A. KRON, 181 Dogwood Road, Roslyn, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Acct. MRS. IRENE F. KRONEN, 503 Redwood Drive, Cedarhurst, N.Y., 1967, Music MRS. JOAN KROPF, 3966 Arthur Avenue, Seaford, L.l., N.Y., 1964, English MR. EDGAR P. KROPOSKI, 25 High Street, Monroe, New York, 1966, Psych. MISS BARBARA KRUK, 75 Ackley Avenue, Malverne, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Math. MR. BARRY E. KRUMHOLTZ, 58-16 208 Street Bayside 64, N.Y., 1965, B.A. Mktg. MISS CHRISTINE V. KRYSCUK, Creedmoor Hosp. Sub Sta 60, Queens Village 27, N.Y., 1967, D.M.H. MISS CHRISTINE J. KUBIKOWSKI, 37 Dartmouth Street, Garden City, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS MARIE KULA, 346 Childs Ave., Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. MARTIN KUPERBERG, 1632 Sherbourne Road, Valley Stream, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Econ. MR. MANFRED KURTH, 29 Wall Street, Farmingdale, N.Y., 1967, Econ. MR. JOHN A. LoBARCA, 21 Border Street, Hicksville, N.Y., 1965, Acct. MR. PAUL J. LABB, 144-41 68 Avenue, Flushing 67, New York, 1964, Pre-Law, History MR. ALEXANDER LABOUNSKY, 'Xa Mrs. Zubris, 277 Whitehall Rd., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS CATHERINE W. LAKE, 1 Amherst Drive, Hartsdale, New York, 1964, Speech The MR. PETER LAMBERT, 158 Spindle Road, Hicksville, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Soc. MR. ARNOLD H. LANDAU, 2079 Wallace Avenue, Bronx 62, N.Y., 1965, Math. MISS ELLEN LANDERMAN, 895 Tower Avenue, Hartford 12, Conn., 1966, Dance MR. JOHN J. LANDGROVER, 121 Cameron Avenue, No. Merrick, L.l., N.Y., 1965, B.A. MISS LESLIE H. LANDMAN, 505 Boulevard Place, Garden City So., N.Y., 1965, English MISS RANDALL B. LANDRUM, 5 Warren Blvd., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Speech MISS ANN SUSAN LANE, 172-14 B4 Avenue, Jamaica 32, N.Y., 1965, Speech MISS BARBARA G. LANE, 226-16 139 Avenue, Laurelton 13, N.Y., 1964, Soc. MR. PETER R. LANE, 18 Drake Road, Scarsdale, New York, 1964, l. Mgt. MR. CHARLES LANG, JR, 70 Shore Lane, Bay Shore, N.Y., 1964, Acct. MR. JEFFREY W. LANGFELDER, 154-83 Riverside Drive, Beechhurst 57, N.Y., 1966, Hist., Pre-Law MR. ANTHONY V. LANGONA, 46-01 21st Avenue, Long Island City 5, N.Y., 1965, English MISS JANET A. LANGONE, 147 McKee Street, Floral Park, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Nursing MISS MARGARET LANMAN, 81 Lincoln Blvd., Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1967, ATEP MR. ALBERT LA PLACA, 28 The Beachway, Manhasset, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Sales Mgt. MR. BENJAMIN LAPLACA, 11 Cinque Drive, Farmingdale ,L.l., N.Y., 1965, Chem. MISS LYNN LARSON, 430 Back Lane, Wethersfield, Conn., 1967, Art MISS HELENE F. LASAR, 14 Parkside Drive, Great Neck, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Art MR. FRANK LATINA, 211 Nassau Blvd., So. Garden City, N.Y., 1965, Math. MISS MARY ANNE LA TORRE, 112 Danzig Place, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1965, Nursing MR. LESLIE R. LATTIN, 85 Reeve Road, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1964, Gov. P-Law MR. LAWRENCE LAUFER, 929 Crestview Avenue, No. Woodmere, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MISS BARBARA R. LAUFMAN, 56-04 219th Street, Bayside 64, N.Y., 1967, Art MR. CHARLES LAUFMAN, 56-O4 219 Street, Bayside, N.Y., 1965, Physics MR. RONALD F. LA VALLE, 216 Laclede Ave., Uniondale, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Psych MR. RONALD J. LAVIT, 24 Pearl Street, Valley Stream, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Psych MISS CAROLINE LA VERNE, 12 Sylvia Lane, Plainview, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Ret. MR. DONALD W. LAWRENCE, 266 Stewart Avenue, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. JEFFREY R. LAWRENCE, 229 Oaktord Street, West Hempstead, N.Y., 1966, Pers. Man. MR. IRA L. LAZAR, 16 Suzane Lane, Bethpage, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med. MISS MADELEINE D. LAZAROW, 345 Grange Street, Franklin Square, N.Y., 1964, Antep MR. MICHAEL L. LAZARUS, 76 Lynwood Drive, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1967, B.A. MR. CHARLES LEARY, 166 East Cabot Lane, Westbury, L.l., N.Y., 1965, History MISS RUTH D. LEAVITT, 728 Berry Court, West Hempstead, N.Y., 1967, Speech MISS LORETTA LEBAIR, 1685 Fenimore Road, Hewlett, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Spanish MISS SUSAN J. LEBLANG, 73-20 Austin Street, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1966, Gov. MISS TOBY R. LEDER, 28 Linden Street, Rockville Centre, New York, 1964, Hist. 81 Govt. MISS ELLEN R. LEE, 4 Lydia Lane, Garden City, N.Y., 1967 Spe. Ther. MR. RONALD B. LEE, 1223 Newkirk Avenue, Brooklyn 30, N.Y. 1966, B.A. Acct. MR. SAU LEE, Lake Grove School, Lake Grove, N.Y., 1967, Chem., Pre-Med MR. YANG .IA LEE, 4-03 Astoria Blvd., Apt. 2A, Long Island 2, N.Y., 1965, Chem. MR. DEMPSTER H. LEECH, 150 So. Rolland, 178 Brookfield, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1964, Speech 8. D MR. RICHARD B. LEFCORT, 218-21 Stewart Road, Jamaica 27, N.Y., 1965, Phys. Ed. MISS BONNIE D. LEFRAK, 41-42 Elbertson Street, Elmhurst 73, N.Y., 1967, Art MISS CAROLE A. LEHMAN, 706 Lincoln Ave., Willow Grove 5, Penna., 1967, Dance MISS HARRIET R. LIEB, 875 Monroe Street, W. Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Psy. Ed. MR. IRA H. LEIBOWITZ, 41-23 249 Street, Little Neck 63, N.Y., 1964, Govt. 81 Eco. MISS RACHELLE LEICHT, 140 Mitchell Ave., Long Beach, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Speech MISS LOIS M. LEMMO, 26-55 29th Street, Astoria, N.Y., 1964, English MR. JEREMIAH LENIHAN, 500 North Broadway, Amityville, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Physics MR. EDWARD LENNSTROM, 51 Oxford Sireet, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1965, B.A. Mgt., Ind. MISS JOYCE LEONARD, 71-54 Hansen Street, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1964, Ex. Sec. MISS LOIS M. LEONARD, 96 Fairfax Road, Massa- pequa, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Speech MISS JESSIE LEONE, 11 Whitehall Blvd., Garden City, N.Y., 1966, Bio. MISS NANCY J. LEONHARD, 26 Bradford Lone, Bethpage, L.l., N.Y., 1966, English MISS HEDDA LEPOLSTAT, 387 Cochran Place, Valley Stream, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Speech 81 Hr. Ther. MR. MATTHEW A. LERMAN, 18 Davis Street, East Rockaway, N.Y., 1966, Hist. MISS LINDA LERNER, 35 Greenway North, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1964, Psych. MR. FREDERICK LESHER, 140 N. Richmond Avenue, Massapequa, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Physics MISS JOYCE A. LESLIE, 210 Crocus Avenue, Floral Park, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Math. MISS ALYSE L. LESSER, 336 Pepperidge Road, Hewlett Harbor, N.Y., 1964, Spanish MISS ARLENE M. LESSER, 38 Fortune Lane, Jericho, New York, 1964, Art MISS MARILYN B. LESSER, 105 Cleveland Ave., Long Beach, L.l., N.Y., 1965, History MISS PAULA R. LESSINGER, 100-20 205th Street, Jamaica 23, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MISS NANCY J. LEUTZ, 22 Cherry Lane, Huntington, L.l., N.Y., 1965 Nursing MISS MAUREEN LE VERNE, 70 Sycamore Avenue, Bethpage, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Nursing MR. CHARLES L. LEVEY, 15 Mirrielees Road, Great Neck, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Art MISS ADELE D. LEVIN, 20 Selwyn Road, Newton 61, Mass., 1966, Soc. MR. ALLEN LEVIN, 251-08 60th Avenue, Little Neck 62, N.Y., 1964, Govt. MR. ERIC LEVIN, 5 Adelaide Street, Bldg. B-1 Apt. IA, Floral Park, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Genl. Bus. MISS JOAN E. LEVIN, 69-83 113th Street, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1965, Speech Ed. MISS ALICE G. LEVINE, 500 Funston Avenue, Spring Valley, New York, 1965, EI. Educ. MR. ALVIN LEVINE, 75-52 180th Street, Flushing 66, N.Y., 1964, Psych. MRS. CAROLE S. LEVINE, 950 49th Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. DAVID B. LEVINE, 67 'Broome Avenue, Atlantic Beach, N.Y., 1966, Bio. MR. JEFFREY LEVINE, 137-41 223 Street, Laurelton 13, New York, 1966, Bio. P-Med MISS LESLIE LEVINE, 432 Garden Blvd., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Nursing MR. PETER HENRY LEVINE, 2619 Mill Avenue, Brooklyn 34, N.Y., 1964, Acct. MISS SUSAN B. LEVINE, 23 Muir Place, New Rochelle, New York, 1964, Antep MR. WILLIAM LEVINE, 69-20 178 Street, Flushing 65,N.Y., 1965, B.A. Acctg MR. BRIAN LEVY, 560 West Broadway, Long Beach, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. CHARLES M. LEVY, 69-24 223 Street, Bayside 64, New York, 1964, Physics MISS IDA J. LEVY, 32 DeMott Place, Rockville Centre L.1., N.Y., 1966, Antep MISS LORA LEVY, 432 Garden Blvd., Garden City, N.Y., 1966, Nursing MISSWMARJORIE E. LEVY, 58 Saddle Lane, Roslyn Heights, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Psych MISS MARY JOYCE LEVY, 259 Pennsylvania Ave., Freeport, N.Y., 1965, Speech Ther. MISS LINDA LEWIN, 10 Bay Boulevard, Atlantic Beach, N.Y., 1965, Hist. MR. ERIC LEWIS, 79-27 257th Street, Floral Park, N.Y., 1966, Bio., Pre-Med MISS GAYLE LEWIS, 65-27 1 1Oth Street, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1964, Sp. St Dra. MR. JOHN LEWIS, 724 Summer Avenue, Uniondale, New York, 1964, Phys. Ed. MR. JULES S. LEWIS, 71-31 166th Street, Flushing 65, N.Y., 1966, Acct. MR. PETER B. LEWIS, 16 Lowell Road, Port Washington, N.Y., 1966, B.A. Mktg. MR. STEVEN M. LICATA, 2626 Beech Street, East Meadow, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Chem. MR. ALAN M. LICHMAN, 82-85 164th Place, Jamaica 32, New York, 1964, Psych MISS BELLA LICHTMAN, 61-45 98th Street, Rego Park 74, N.Y., 1966, Span. MISS MARY ANN LIEBERMAN, 27 Schoolhouse Lane, Great Neck, N.Y., 1967, Soc. MR. PHILIP LIEBERMAN, 789 East 52nd Street, Brooklyn 3, N.Y., 1966, Chem. MRS. ARLINE LIEBERT, 22 Pasadena Drive, Plainview, N.Y., Spec. Educ. MISS JEANNE E. LIEBMANN, 33-26 92nd Street, Jackson Heights 72, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. ERIK LIEPA, 652 3rd Place, Franklin Square, N.Y., 1966, Psych. MISS ESTHER LIFSCHITZ, Forest Hills Inn -7-,UI2A, Forest Hills Gardens, N.Y., 1967, Psych. MISS MARILYN LIGHTCAP, 173 Landau Ave., Floral Park, N.Y., 1964, Nursing MR. CHUN TAIK LIMB, 37-31 73rd Street, Apt. 6H, Jackson Heights, N.Y., 1967, Mktg. MR. LEONARD LINAR, 34 Bonnie Drive, Westbury, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Psy. Ed. MISS BARBARA A. LIND, Box 401, Stuyvesant Street, Brentwood, N.Y., 1967, Speech MISS LINDA J. LINDENAUER, 9 Pickwick Drive West, Syosset, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Hist. MISS MARGARET A. LINDENAUER, 957 East 22nd Street, Brooklyn 10, New York, 1965, Nursing MISS JOAN M. LINDHORST, Route 25A, Shoreham, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Psych. MISS IRIS MARIA LINDNER, 612 Lenox Road, Baldwin, L.i., N.Y., 1966, English MISS GLORIA W. LINTER, Larchmont Acres, Larchmont, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. DAVID LINTZ, 18-65 21 ith Street, Bayside, N.Y., 1966, Bio. MR. DAVID LIPKIN, 6 Tanglewood Lone, Freeport, N.Y., 1966, Bio., Pre-Med MISS GAIL LIPKIN, 60 Glenwood Road, Plainview, L.l., N.Y., 1966, ANTEP MISS LINDA LIPMAN, 37 Raymond, Poughkeepsie, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS RENEE A. LIPPIN, 48 Walker Street, Malverne, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Speech MISS MARSHA A. LIPSITZ, 5203 Habersham Street, Savannah, Georgia, 1966, Art MISS PAULINE LIPSON, 769 Dumont Place, No. Woodmere, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Psych. MR. WILLIAM J. LIPTON, 15 Maxwell Drive, Westbury, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Bio. P-Med MR. WILLIAM A. LISE, 110 Stonelea Place, New Rochelle, N.Y., 1967, M.l.T. MR. GEORGE LITINSKI, 13 Paikin Drive, Spring Valley, N.Y., 1967, Govt., Pre-Law MISS VICKI LITT, 147-24 70th Road, Flushing 67, N.Y., 1967, Med. Tech. MR. DANIEL LITTAUER, 19 Ogston Terrace, Malverne, N.Y., 1967, Acct. MISS JUDITH LLOYD, 7 Loriiean Lane, East Northport, N.Y., 1967, Nursing MR. GEORGE LOCKHART, 118 Brixton Road, Garden City, L.I., N.Y., 1965,' History MISS JOAN LODGE, 37 Newton Avenue, Lynbrook, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Chem. MR. BARRY A. LOEB, 730 Berry Court, West Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Govt. MR. RAYMOND LOERCHER, 92-44 54th Avenue, Elmhurst 73, N.Y., 1966, Econ. MISS JANET A. LOMAGA, 449 Garden Blvd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1964, Psy. Ed. MR. ANDREW LONDON, 80-46 Grentell St., Kew Gardens 15, N.Y., 1966, B.A. Acctg MR. ANTHONY J. LONGO, 2387-56 Drive, Brooklyn 34, N.Y., 1966, Bio. P-Med MR. ROBERT LOONIN, 58 Curley Street, Long Beach, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Mktg. MISS SUSAN E. LORING, 80-07 256 Street, Floral Park, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Sp. 8- Hr. MISS ANN M. LOTITO, 255 Brixton Road, Garden City So., N.Y., 1966, French MISS BARBARA ANN LOVETT, 17 Woodside Drive, New City, New York, 1964, Nursing MISS KATHRYN A. LOWER, Sycamore Corners, R.D. 34, Waynesboro, Pa., 1964, English MISS SIGNE LOWGRAN, Meadowbrook Hospital, East Meadow, N.Y., 1964, Nursing MRS. ELIZABETH LOWRIE, 7 East Shore Drive, Bayville, N.Y., 1967, Math. MR. DAVID P. LUBELL, 164 Kensington Oval, New Rochelle, N.Y., 1966, Acct. MISS FRANCES J. LUBIN, 16 Flower Lane, Roslyn Heights, N.Y., 1964, English MR. JERRY LUBLIN, 1 Greenvale Lane, Syosset, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Psych. MR. MICHAEL C. LUCKMAN, 72-20 136th Street, Flushing 67, N.Y., 1964, Art MR. PETER J. LUKAS, 197 Springtime Lane, Levittown, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Acct. MR. GEOFFREY LUMB, 43 Seawane Road, East Rockaway, L.1., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. MICHAEL L. LUSTBADER, 135-05 Rockaway Beach Blvd., Belle Harbor 94, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS ELINOR S. LUTCH, 7 Cushing Road, Marblehead, Mass., 1965, Undec. MR. DAVID R. LUTWIN, 424 West Park Avenue, Long Beach, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Psych. MR. WILLIAM C. LUX, 3 Rudolph Drive, Carle Place, L.l., N.Y., 1964, B.A. Mktg. MR. ROBERT H. LYDER, 29 Avon Road, Hewlett, L.I., N.Y., 1965, B.A. Acct. MISS SHIRLEY A LYON, 6 Bolster Avenue, Barre, Vermont, 1966, Nursing MR. DOUGLAS MacARTHUR, Box 651 Bellport Road, W. Yaphank, Medford, N.Y., 1967, French MR. GREGORY B. MACAULAY, Creedmoor Hosp. Sub Sta 60, Queens Village, N.Y., 1967, Nursing, D.M.H. MR. VINCENT J. MACCONE, 30 Arbor Lane, Huntington, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS MARGARET E. MGCDONALD, I8 Wyatt Road, Garden City, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Med. Tech. MISS MARY J. MacFARLANE, 18 Bauer Avenue, Roosevelt, L.1., N.Y., 1967, Drama MR. IVAN MACK, 125 Linmouth Road, Molverne, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Acct. MISS MARILYN M. MACK, 11 Knowlton Avenue, Mt. Kisco, New York, 1966, Nursing MISS ANNE T. MACKAY, 62 Kensington Road, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Speech MR. JOHN A. MacKENZIE, 67-02 C 186 Lane, Flushing 65, N.Y., 1966, Amer. Civ. MR. JOHN A. MAGILL, 52-11 Browvale Lane, Little Neck 62, N.Y., 1964, B.A. MR. GERALD F. MAHONEY, Substation 60, Queens Village, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Engr. MR. THEODORE J. MAKKAY, 88 Intervale Ave., Farmingdale, L.I., N.Y., 1965, B.A. Mgt. MISS MARGARET E. MALEWICZ, 4 Union Street, Roslyn, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Phys. Ed. MR. ALAN MALAT, 264-05 Langston Avenue, Glen Oaks, N.Y., 1965, Pre-Law, Govt. MISS IRENE H. MALLINGER, 485 Lawrence Road, West Hempstead, N.Y., 1966, History MR. STEPHEN M. MALLIS, 1241 Brixton Road S., West Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1965, B.A. Mgt. MISS MARILYN E. MALONEY, 1170 Dutch Broadway, Valley Stream, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Spanish MISS MAUREEN MALONEY, 116-09 214 Street, Cambria Hgts. 11, N.Y., 1964, Nursing MR. JOSEPH R. MALY, 265-04 East Williston Ave.. Floral Park, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS EILEEN MANBER, 73-63 190th Street, Flushing 66, N.Y., 1965, Psych MISS KAREN A. MANFREDI, 85-24 Abingdon Road, Kew Gardens 15, N.Y., 1965, Nursing MR. GREGORY E. MANINAKIS, Myrina Lemnos, Lemnos, Greece, 1967, Physics MR. ALAN M. MANTELL, 955 East End, Woodmere, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Bio. Pre-M MISS MARY L. MANZELLA, 28 Holmes Place, Fredonia, N.Y., 1967, ATEP MR. DENNIS P. MARCH, 18 Wagstaft Lane, West Islip. N.Y., 1965, Phys. Ed. MISS JOAN MARCHETTI, 83-49-249 Street, Belle-rose 26, New York, 1964, English MR. DANIEL ALAN MARCUS, 407 Madison Ave., West Hempstead, N.Y., 1967, Math. MR. MICHAEL C. MARCUS, 80-07 215 Street, Queens Village 27, New York, 1966, Govt. MR. RICHARD M. MARGELEFSKY, 6 Pickwick Drive West, Syosset, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Acct. MISS PHYLLIS D. MARGOLIN, 125 Beaumont Avenue 179 Newtonville 60, Mass., 1964, Antep MR. CHARLES JOSEPH MARINELLO, 112 Martin Avenue, Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1964, B.A., Sal. Mgt MR. EDWARD B. MARKS, 7 Argo Avenue, Elmont, New York, 1964, Mgm. Sm. Bus. MR. KENNETH MARKS, 99 Argyle Road, Brooklyn 18, N.Y., 1964, Math. MR. LESTER A. MARKS, 43-10 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn 29, N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med. MISS GEORGIA A. MARMARELLIS, 35-52 222 Street, Bayside 61, New York, 1964, Phys. Ed. MR. NORMAN MARON, 8793 21st Avenue, Brooklyn 74, N.Y., 1966, Bio., Pre-Mecl' MR. BARRY S. MARQUIT, 2016 Avenue N, Brooklyn 10, N.Y., 1965, Bio-P.Den MR. ANTHONY J. MARRA, 136-39 59th Avenue, Flushing 55, N.Y., 1966, Music MR. VITO P. MARRONE, 120 Cortland Avenue, Oceanside, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Bio. MR. PAUL MARSH, 3159 Oceanside Road, Oceanside, L.I., N.Y.: 1964, Bio. MISS JEANETTE V. MARSHALL, 37 Capen Street, Hartford 5, Conn., 1964, Speech MISS MADELAINE S. MARSHALL, 55 Payson Avenue, New York 34, N.Y., 1965, Math. MISS ELIZABETH M. MARTIN, 85-I5 247th Street, Bellerose 26, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS JUDITH I. MARTIN, 129 Poplar Street, Garden City, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Med-Tech, Bio. MRS. KAREN B. MARTIN, 18 Sheperd Lane, Levittown, N.Y., 1965, Art MISS LYNNE S. MARTIN, 322-D, Fort Story, Virginia, 1966, Undec. MR. ROY MARTIN, 49 Sugar Maple Drive, Roslyn, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Acct. MISS JANICE MARTINECK, 7 Steamboat Road, Great Neck, L.l., N.Y., 1965, EL. Ed. MR. MICHAEL V. MARTINO, 438 17th Street, West Babylon, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Per. Mang. MR. CLAUDE H. MARX, 84-25 Abingdon Road, Kew Gardens 15, N.Y., 1964, Bio. MISS PHYLLIS MARYANOV, I0 North Circle Drive, Great Neck, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Art MISS JOAN E. MASS, 136-18 71 Road, Flushing 67, N.Y., 1965, Eng. MISS ELEANOR MATANO, 2 Brook Avenue, Oceanside, L.1., N.Y., 1967, Med. Tech. MISS GEORGENE D. MATTHIES, 'Xa Mr. Zubris, 506 Ardsley Blvd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1967, English MR. DENNIS W. MATWIOW, 27 Caroline Street, Bethpage, N.Y., 1967, Physics MR. ROBERT S. MAUSEL, 111-35 75 Avenue, Forest Hills 75, New York, 1964, Biology, Pre-Med MR. RALPH MAUST, JR., 123 Frowein Road, Center Moriches, N.Y., 1964, Psych. MR. THOMAS J. MAWHINNEY, 213 Brompton Road, Garden City, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Mgt. MISS CYNTHIA H. MAY, 91 Percival Avenue, Kensington, Conn., 1964, English MR. BARRY MAZE, 620 Lake Drive, Princeton, N.J., 1964, Chem. MR. WALTER G. MCALLISTER, JR., I2 Brixton Road, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Hist. MISS MARIE MCANDREWS, 129 Lincoln Ave., Roosevelt, L.I., N.Y., 1964, French MR. DONALD B. MCALLISTER, 82-34 138th Street, Kew Gardens, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Undec. MR. DAVID MCAULEY, 872 Cleveland Street, West Hempstead, N.Y., 1966, B.A. Mgt. MR. ROBERT A. McBEAN, 2 Linden Avenue, Bethpage, L.1., N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. WILLIAM E. McBEAN, JR., 2 Linden Avenue, Bethpage, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Soc. MISS JANET M. MCCALMONT, Creedmoor Hospital, Sub Station 60, Bldg. D, Queens Village 27, N.Y., 1967, D.M.H. MR. ROBERT McCLEAN, 39 Clyde Street, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1966, Undec. Miss HELEN McCULLOUGH, Box 497, Ro. 4152, Owego, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS CATHARINE E. McDERMOTT, 77 Greenway East, New Hyde Park, L,l., N.Y., 1964, Music MR. JOHN McDERMOTT, 88-18 Ransom Street, Queens Village, N.Y., 1965, B.A. MISS MARTHA L. McDERMOTT, 77 Greenway East, New Hyde Park, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Med. Tec. MR. MICHAEL T. MCDONOUGH, 115-31 220th Street, Cambria Heights, N.Y., 1965, History MR. THOMAS P. McGANN, JR., 15 Rugby Road, Merrick, L.I., N.Y., 1964, B.A. MR. THOMAS McGLOIN, 126 Avon Place, West Hempstead, N.Y., 1966, Sm. Bus. Mgt. :N rw' 7575 MISS MARY ELLEN M. McGOWAN, 24-IO 146 Street, Whitestone 57, N.Y., 1964, Nursing MISS ELLEN E. MCGRATH, 5 Bayberry Ave., Garden City, N.Y., 1964, Dance MR. WILLIAM P. McGRAW, 166 East John Street, Lindenhurst, N.Y., 1967, B.A. Mgt. MR. ROBERT L. MCGUCKIN, 238 Division Avenue, Massapequa, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Physics MR. HUGH A. MCGUIRE, 204-15 Foothill Avenue, Hollis 23, N.Y., 1966, English MR. RONALD L. McINNES, 80 Chester Road, Lynbrook, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Chem. MR. ROBERT McKEAN, 145-30 29th Road, Flushing 54, N.Y., 1965, Gen. Bus. MR. GEORGE Z. McKENZIE, 19 South Avenue, Beacon, New York, 1964, Psych MR. FORD R. McLAIN, 34 Newport Road, Island Park, New York, 1965, B.A. Mgt. MR. DONALD MCLAUGHLIN, 27 Crandon Street, Huntington Station, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Bio. P-Med MR. CLINTON McLEMORE, 32 Ketcham Road, Hicksville, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Psych. MR. WILLIAM F. McMAHON, 88-38 78th Street, Woodhaven 21, N.Y., 1967, Phys. Ed. MISS MARIANNE T. McMORROW, 53 Willow Place, Albertson, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Nursing MR. LAWRENCE K. McNAMARA, 17 Bromleigh Road, Stewart Manor, L.l., N.Y., 1966, English MR. JAMES M. MCNEIL, 5 Adelaide Street, Bldg. B-1, Apt. 1-A, Floral Park, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Sm. Bus. Mgt. MR. WILLIAM C. McNIFF, 926 Bruce Drive, Wantagh, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Chem. MR. WILLIAM R. McSHANE, 599 Front St., Apt. 2K, Hempstead, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Gen. Bus. MR. GEORGE R. McVEY, 29 Bailey Avenue, East Meadow, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Phys. Ed. MR. WILLIAM M. McWILLIAMS, 351 Oaktord Street, West Hempstead, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Psy. Ed. MISS WENDY McVICKER, 33 Jefferson Place, Massapequa, L.l., N.Y., 1967, ATEP MISS EVE J. MECHUR, 957 Shettield Road, Teaneck, New Jersey, 1964, German MR. RANDOLPH M. MEDALIE, 679 3rd Place, Garden City So., L.l., N.Y., 1965, English, Pre-Law MR. EDWARD MEDITZ, 1827 Putnam Avenue, Brooklyn 27, N.Y., 1967, History MISS RHONA D. MEDNICK, 59 Diamond Drive, Plainview, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Speech Ther. MR. JOSEPH L. MEER, 42-16 Union Street, Fair Lawn, N.J., 1966 dec. RBARA M. ME , - etropo itan Ave., Kew Gardens 15, N.Y., 1966, Psych MISS MARY A. MEIKLEHAM, 112 Ridgewood Drive, No. Syracuse 12, N.Y., 1967, Drama MR. JOHN J. MEILINGER, 10 Coles Street, Glen Cove, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Bio. MISS DIANA P. MEINEKE, 229 Stewart Ave., Garden City, N.Y., 1964, Nursing MISS MARGRIT K. MEINEL, 1967 Lilac Drive, Westbury, New York, 1964, German MISS JAN A. MEISELS, 79-15 35th Avenue, Jackson Heights 72, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MISS BARBARA S. MEISSNER, 285 Lawson Street, Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1965, French MISS EVELYN B. MELAMED, 1135 Waring Ave., Bronx 69, N.Y., 1965, English MISS IDA L. MELONE, Creedmoor Hosp. Sub Sta. 60, Queens Village 27, N.Y., 1967, D.M.H. MRS. JANE E. MELTZER, 211 East 53rd Street, New York, N.Y., 1964, English MISS ANN P. MERESMAN, 113 Allan Avenue, Massapequa, L.I., N.Y., 1966, French MR. GREGORY MERRILL, 246 Versa Place, Sayville, L.i., N.Y., 1966, Mug. MISS ELLEN S. MESSER, 14 Voorhees Road, New Brunswick, N.J., 1966, Nursing MR. RICHARD J. MESSINA, 24 Florgate Road, Farmingdale, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Art Ed. MISS CAROLE A. MEYER, 109 Belvedere Drive, Yonkers, N.Y., 1964, Psych. MR. MITCHELL I. MEYER, 150 South Merrick Ave., Merrick, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS NINA MEYERS, 61-15 98 Street, No. Forest Hills, N.Y., 1964, Latin MISS WENDY MEYERS, 65 Salem Road, Roslyn Heights, N.Y., 1967, Dance MR. GILBERT S. MEZZ, 171 West 79 Street, New York 24, N.Y., 1964, English MISS PATRICIA MICHALSKI, 49 Grace Lane, Levittown, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Psy. Ed. MISS MARY MICHAUD, 46 Fairmount Blvd., Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med MISS MARIE MICHEL, 50-11 Avenue, Mineola, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Antep MR. FRANK J. MIGNANELLI, 150-42 25th Drive, Flushing 54, N.Y., 1967, App. Physics MR. WARREN R. MIKULKA, 83 Boston Avenue, Massapequa, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Bio., Pre-Med MISS MARCIA MILBERG, 1313 Terrace Blvd., New Hyde Park, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Hist MR. MORTON J. MILBERG, 1667 East 28 Street, Brooklyn 29, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. ALAN MILLER, 3180 Jeffries Road, Levittown, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Govt. MR. ALEXANDER B. MILLER, 59-07 150 Street, Flushing 55, N.Y., 1966, Gen. Bus. MISS BARBARA ELAINE MILLER, 80 West 39th Street, Bayonne, N.J., 1965, English MISS BARBARA E. MILLER, 357 Randall Avenue, Freeport, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Math. MR. CRAIG R. MILLER, 2 Clearland Avenue, Carle Place, L.l.,' N.Y., 1966, Bio. MR. CURTIS A. MILLER, 117-01 Park Lane South, Kew Gardens 18, N.Y., 1966, B.A. Mgt. MR. DAVID H. MILLER, 65 Longfellow Road, Great Neck, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Acct. MR. EUGENE E. MILLER, 2122 Avenue N, Brooklyn 10, N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med. MISS JOY MILLER, 72 Cove Drive, Manhasset, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS JUDITH E. MILLER, 373 S. Kilburn Road, Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MRS. JUDY-ANN MILLER, 2720 Grand Concourse, Bronx 58, N.Y., 1964, Music MISS LINDA MILLER, 419 Northern Road, Utica 4, N.Y., 1967, Med. Tech. MISS MARYILYN MILLER, 61-35 156 Street, Flushing 67, N.Y., 1964, Arts MRS. MAUREEN E. MILLER, 2916 Sipp Avenue, Medford, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Psy. Ed. MISS PHYLLIS A. MILLER, 16 Sixth Place, Garden City So., L.I., N.Y., 1964, Math. MR. ROBERT A. MILLER, 328 Concord Avenue, Oceanside, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. RONALD MILLER, 346 Yale Road, Garden City So., N.Y., Spec. MISS SHARI MILLER, 120 Pelham Road, New Rochelle, N.Y., 1965, Art MR. STEPHEN M. MILLER, 271 Ocean Avenue, Lawrence, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Bio. MISS NANCY A. MILLMAN, 78-08 268 Street, Floral Park, N.Y., 1966, Bio. . NEAL A. MILLMAN, 7 Wood Avenue, Massapequa, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Psych. MR. ROBERT D. MILONE, 18 Heyward Lane, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1965, B.A. Mgt. MISS ANN A. MILTENBERG, 18 Carlton Road, Great Neck, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Nursing MR. GEORGE MINER, 75 Circle Lane, Roslyn Heights, N.Y., 1966, Chem. MR. GERALD E. MINES, 178-14 Henley Place, Jamaica 32, N.Y., 1967, Psych. MR. RICHARD MINGST, 75-40 187th Street, Flushing 66, N.Y., 1964, B.A., Bus. Ed. MISS HOLLY I. MINKOFF, 85 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn 38, N.Y., 1967, Span. MISS DIANE J. MIRANDA, 84-11 251 Street, Bellerose 26, N.Y., 1966, ANTEP MISS SHARON L. MITCHELL, 5 Warren Blvd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1967, Dance MISS MARCIA MITIGUY, 53 Old Mill Road, No. Merrick, L.l., N.Y., 1965, French MR. GERALD P. MODELL, 44 Ambrose Avenue, Malverne, New York, 1966, Acct. MISS MARLENE INA MOELIS, 162 Lakeside Drive, Lawrence, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Eng. MR. TIMOTHY P. MOESCHEN, 151 East 83rd Street, New York 28, N.Y., 1966, History MR. TAI MO MOK, 'Ks Jackie Hong, 782 Northgate Drive, Uniondale, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Pre-Med, Bio. MR. MICHAEL MOLDOF, 322 Duck Pond Dr. S., Wantagh, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. FESTUS E. MOLENJE, P.O. Box 5869, Nairobi, Kenya, 1967, Econ. MISS PHILOMENA MOLINARI, Nurses Residence, Box 49, East Meadow, N.Y., 1964, Med. Tech., Bio. MR. DENNIS K. MOLONEY, 51 Broadway, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1967, Speech MISS GEORGIA MOLTER, 80-45 Winchester Blvd., Queens Village 27, N.Y., 1966, Nur. D.M.H. MR. FRANK MONACO, 3632 Fiddler Lane, Bethpage, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Psych. MR. MICHAEL MONDSHEIN, 34 Field Lane, Roslyn Heights, N.Y., 1965, Finance 180 MISS LAURAYNE C. MONROE, 80-45 Winchester Blvd., Queens Village 27, N.Y., 1966, Nurs. D.M.H. MR. RONALD A. MONTALTO, 882 Southard Street, Baldwin, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Acct. MR. JOHN L. MONTEN, 36-20 168th Street, Flushing 58, N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med MISS LYNN M. MONTGOMERY, 126 East Melrose St., Valley Stream, N.Y., 1967, English- MISS CAROL MONTICONE, 10 Executive Drive, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1966, English MISS DEBORAH MONTO, 250 Chestnut Drive, Roslyn, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Speech MR. ALLAN E. MOOSE, 156 Monell Avenue, Islip, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Math. MR. DONALD MORALES, 902 Eagel Avenue, New York 56, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. JAMES MORGAN, 563 West Fulton Street, Long Beach, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Acct. MR. DOMINICK MORREALE, 44 Fairview Avenue, Deer Park, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Psych MISS CAROLYN MORRIS, 214 Wye Ave., Easton, Maryland, 1967, Undec. MR. JOHN H. MORRIS, 61 Fairview Avenue, Port Washington, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Mkt. MR. LEO MORRISSEY, 374 Seaford Avenue, Massapequa, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Med. Tech. MISS LYNDA R. MORRO, 63 Searingtown Road, Albertson, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Art Ed. MR. MATTHEW A. MOSCHITTO, 115 Kilburn Road, Garden City, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Mug. NAISS 'STAR MOSETTER, 2112 Spruce Street, Baldwin, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Med. Tech. MR. JOSEPH J. MUKAMAL, 24 Neptune Ave., Woodmere, L.I., N.Y., 1965, B.A., Acc't. MRS. NANCY B. MUKAMAL, 833 Central Avenue, Far Rockaway, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Speech MR. GREGORY MURPHY, 625 Stratford Road, Baldwin, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Psych. MISS MILDRED R. MURPHY, 401 East Lake Avenue, Baltimore 12, Maryland, 1964, English MISS VALERIE R. MURPHY, 168 Cambon Avenue, St. James, N.Y., 1967, French MR. EUGENE H. MURRAY, 5 Adelaide Street, Bldg. B-I, Apt. 1-A, Floral Park, N.Y., 1965, Ind. Mgt. MISS EILEEN MURTAGH, 612 Ardsley Blvd., Garden City, N.Y., 1964, Math MR. ROBERT E. MURTAGH, 176 Brixton Road South, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1964, History MISS MARY J. MUSSAWIR, 88 Church Street, Englewood, N.J., 1966, Art MR. JOHN T. NACHMANN, 1424 Choquehuanca S.l., Lima, Peru, S.A., 1964, Mktg.-Ret. MR. MICHAEL NAIDORF, 411 Parkside Avenue, Brooklyn 26, N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med MISS PHYLLIS A. NAKIELNY, 26 Colfax Street, South River, N.J., 1966, Math. MR. THOMAS NALICK, 1360 Oakfield Ave., No. Bellmore 4, N.Y., 1966, Acct. MISS PAULINE NARGIZIAN, 4545 Connecticut Ave., N.W., Washington 8, D.C., 1967, Undec. MR. THOMAS P. NASCA, 249 Amos Ave., Oceanside, L.I., N.Y., 1965, History MR. ROBERT NASH, 106 Oakland Avenue, West Hempstead, N.Y., 1964, Hist. MISS GILDA NASSO, 755 Sydney Avenue, Malverne, N.Y., 1965, English MISS MARSHA U. NATHAN, 1047 Maple Lane, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1966, Spanish MR. NEIL NATHANSON, 274 Whitehall Road, Garden City So., N.Y., 1964, B.A. Ac. MISS NORA J. NATKE, 128 Atkinson Road, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1966, History MISS ANITA F. NEEDLEMAN, 64-11 99th Street, Rego Park 74, N.Y., 1967, English, MISS SUSAN NEEDLEMAN, 64-11 99th Street, Forest Hills 75, New York, 1964, Med. Tech. MISS MARION J. NELKENS, 812 West 181st Street, New York 33, N.Y., 1964, Math. MR. BRENT S. NELSON, 3562 Libby Lane, Wantagh, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Psych. MISS LAURA NEUMAN, 262-08 82nd Avenue, Floral Park, N.Y, 1967, Med. Tech. MR. KENNETH M. NEUMANN, 1759 Alladin Ave., New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1965, Psych Miss GLORIA E. NEWMAN, 841 Pepperidge Reed, Westbury, L.l., N.Y., 1966, El. Educ. MISS HELEN E. NEWMAN, 98 Atkinson Road, Rockville Centre, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Psych. MISS LESLEY T. NEWMAN, 226 Birchwood Park Drive, Jericho, L.l., N.Y., 1966, ANTEP MISS LYNNE R. NEWMAN, 23 Hope Drive, Plainview, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Art MISS SALLY A. NEWMAN, 385 Church Street, Poughkeepsie, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MR. STUART NEWMAN, B1 I Bronx River Road, Bronxville 8, N.Y., 1966, Bio. P-Dent MR. ALAN NEWMARK, 14 Bartlett Street, Ellenville, New York, 1964, Govt. MR. CHUCK G. NG, 12 Hendrickson Avenue, Elmont, I..l., N.Y., 1967, Chem. MISS MARGARET NICHOLSON, 243-78th Street, Brooklyn 9, N.Y., 1964, French MISS JUDITH B. NIEMY, 29 Hunter Lane, Hicksville, L.l., N.Y., 1964, English MISS DOLORES NIETO, 250 Ocean Parkway, Brooklyn 18, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS ELAINE L. NILSSON, 626 Rockland Street, Westbury, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Art MISS ELLEN G. NISSELSON, 337 Oxford Blvd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1966, ANTEP MISS LOIS R. NOBLE, 1954 Brook Park Drive, Merrick, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS NOREEN D. NOLAN, 88 Krug Place, Mineola, L.l., N.Y., 1966, B.A., Pers. Mgt. MISS CAROL NORCROSS, 27 Heathcote Avenue, Netuchen, N.J., 1964, Nursing MISS DEEDRE NORRIS, 1 Carrolton Place, Mailverne, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Art MISS DAREN A. NOVEMBER, W Browner, 451 Terrace Ave., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, English MR. JOHN WALTER NUGENT, 14 St. James Street, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1965, B.A. Mktg. MR. WILLIAM D. NYE, 3430 Hermosa Ave., Hermosa Bio-P-Med 16 Elizabeth Street, Valley Art Beach, Calif., 1966, MR. THOMAS OBERG, Stream, N.Y., 1967, MISS IRENE B. OBERMAN, 66 Disbrow Lane, New Rochelle, N.Y., 1966, Bio. M-Tech MR. JAMES V. O'BRIEN, 2519 Gunsmoke Drive, San Antonio 27, Texas, 1967, Physics MISS PATRICIA E. O'BRIEN, 25 Buckingham Place, Manhasset, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Music MR. THOMAS O'BRIEN, 84-14 85th Road, Woodhaven 21, N.Y., 1966, History MISS MARGARET OCHWAT, 258 Dorchester Road, Garden City So., N.Y., 1964, Dance MISS MARYANN E. O'CONNOR, 2586 Beltagh Avenue, Bellmore, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Art MR. STUART O'CONNOR, 101 Chestnut Avenue, Floral Park, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Math. MISS CHRISTINE M. O'DONNELL, 142 Tullamore Road, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS EILEEN P. O'DONNELL, 142 Tullamore Road, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Soc. MISS SUSAN OEXLE, 104 Muirfield Road, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1967, English MISS SONGJA OH, 58 1Ka Sinmoon-Ro, Chongno-Ku, Seoul, Korea, 1966, Art MR. DAVID OHMS, 90-33 213 Street, Queens Village 28, N.Y., 1966, Govt. MR. FRED I. OLITSKY, 73-40 Springfield Blvd., Bayside, N.Y., 1965, B.A. Mgt. MRS. THERESE A. OLIVA, 591 Horless Place, West Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1965, English MISS RICKI OLSHAN, 226-31 76th Road, Bayside 64, N.Y., 1964, Speech 8. Dr. MR. LEVERNE OLSON, 204 Meadbrook Road, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Acct. MISS MARGARET L. OLSTAD, Main Road, Southold, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Bio MISS JANE D. O'MALLEY, Nurses Residence, Meadowbrook Hospital, P.O. Box 108, Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Nursing MISS MARY FRANCES O'MEARA, 915 Walnut Street, West Bend, Wisconsin, 1967, Chem. MR. ACHIM Z. OMONDI, The Treasure, P.O. Box 30007, Nairobi, Kenya, 1967, Econ. MISS KAREN O'NEAL, 12 Burlington Ave., Huntington Station, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS ELIZABETH OPEDAL, 33-11 86th Street, Jackson Heights 72, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. THOMAS E. OPLINGER, 12 Franklin Court East, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Acct. MISS MADELINE C. ORLANDI, 1705 Purdy Street, Bronx 62, N.Y., 1964, Nursing MISS DIANE P. ORLOFF, 192 Bengeyfleld Drive, East Williston, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Music MR. DAVID H. ORNSTEIN, 41-10 Bowne Street, Flushing 55, N.Y., 1967, Chem. MRS. CLARA M. ORTEGA, 351 Cochran Place, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1967, D.M.H. MR. JOSEPH ORTIZ, 2 Abbey Lane, Plainview, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Psych., Pre-Med MRS. MARY J. OSHRIN, Gerrymander Drive, Huntington, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Music MISS RUTH ADELE OSSIAS, 170 St, Pauls Road, Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1965, English MR. BARRY A. OSTERLITZ, 144-16 68th Drive, Flushing 67, N.Y., 1964, Physics MISS KAREN S. OSTRIN, 74-24 175th Street, Flushing 66, N.Y., 1966, Speech Th MR. ROBERT J. OTTERBECK, 172 North Hawthorne St., No. Massapequa, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Bio. MISS BARBARA A. OTTO, 2570 Beltagh Avenue, Bellmore, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Nursing MISS VIVIAN J. OTTO, 6 Polly Lane, Glen Head, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS MEREDITH D. OWEN, 329 Lagoon Drive, Silver Bay Point, Toms River, New Jersey, 1966, ANTEP MR. PAUL JAMES OWENS, 406 Locust Ave., Oakdale, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Math. MR. JOHN R. OXEE, 5 Adelaide Street Bldg. B-1, Apr. 1-A, Floral Park, Li, N.Y., 1964, B.A. Mkfg. MISS SYBIL J. OZARIN, 1078 Cedar Lane, Woodmere, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Soc. MR. STEVEN H. PADNICK, 76-42 166th Street, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1967, Psych. MISS JUDITH V. PADOLF, 235 Dorchester Road, Garden City, N.Y., 1965, History MISS MARILYN PALEY, 335 Willets Road, Roslyn Heights, L.l., N.Y., Spec. MR. UMBERTO D. PALLINI, 51-20 Codwise Place, Elmhurst 73, N.Y., 1964, Bus. Gen. MR. THOMAS PALOUKIS, 24-16 23rd Street, Astoria, N.Y., 1967, Chem., Pre-Med MR. PETER G. PANARITES, 55 Main Street, Northport, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Math. MR. EDWARD B. PANES, 74-01 220th Street, Bayside 64, N.Y., 1967, Math. MISS MARIETTA PANTIN, 27 Fourth Street, Garden City Park, N.Y., 1964, Antep MISS ROSEMARIE PANTIN, 27 Fourth Street, Garden City Park, N.Y., 1967, Spanish MR. JOSEPH PANVINI, 25-24 121st Street, College Point 54, N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Dent. MISS CHERYL A. PAOLUCCI, 29 Silber Avenue, Bethpage, L.l., N.Y., 1967, B.A. Ed. MR. YVES C. PARDO, 4300 Western Ave., Westmount, Montreal, Canada, 1965, B.A. MR. SANG KYUN PARK, 286 Dorchester Road, Garden City So. L.l., N.Y., 1967, Acct. MISS RUTH A. PARKER, 450 Garden Blvd., Garden City, N.Y., 1966, ATEP MR. ARTHUR PARKS, 51 West Street, Haverstraw, New York, 1967, Undec. MISS ETHEL PARKS, 36-35 167 Street, Flushing 58, New York, 1966, Nursing MISS SUSAN K. PARKS, 88 Brook Street, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Psy. Ed. MR. VINCENT PASCALE, 35 Shotgun Lane, Levittown, L.l., N.Y., 1966, B.A. Mgt. MR. HENRY M. PASNIK, 18 Jayson Avenue, Great Neck, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. NEIL PASTEL, 41 Franklin Ave., Lynbrook, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Bio. MR. SAMUEL PASTERNACK, 264 East 86 Street, Brooklyn 36, N.Y., 1965, Bio. Pre-Med. MR. EDWIN PATTEN, CX: Mr. Mel Ott, Wood Struthers 8m Winthrop, 20 Exchange Place, New York 5, N.Y., 1967, Ind. Mng. MISS ELEANOR PATTERSON, 63-46 84th Place, Rego Park 79, N.Y., 1967, Nursing MR. WALTER E. PAYFER, 145 Westminster Road, West Hempstead, N.Y., 1966, Math MR. ALAN B. PEARL, 61-08 228th Street, Bayside 64, N.Y., 1964, Govt. MISS ADRIA PEARLMAN, 564 New Jersey Ave., Brooklyn 7, N.Y., 1964, Art MISS SUZANNE PEARSALL, 8 Hazel Place, Lynbrook, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Speech The. MR. GLEN A. PEDERSON, 16 Bradish Lane, Bay Shore, N.Y., 1965, B.A. MISS BARI PEISER, 56-43 206th Street, Bayside 64, N.Y., 1965, ANTEP MISS VERONICA PELAEZ, 'Xa Mr. 8- Mrs. Posada, 417 Riverside Drive, New York, N.Y., 1966, English MR. HERVE J. PENSEC, 1721 Palmetto Street, Brooklyn 27, New York, 1966, French MISS SUSAN PENZEL, 14 So. Hommell Street, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1967, Speech MISS MARYLYNNE PEPE, 1 Glendale Drive, Huntington Station, N.Y., 1966, Psy. Ed. MR. MICHAEL PEPPER, 25 Ridge Drive East, Great Neck, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Math MISS LINDA PERKELL, 125 Elm Drive, Roslyn, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. 181 MISS JAYNE PERLES, 1166 East 27th Street, Brooklyn N.Y., 1964, Speecharts MR. HOWARD PERLIS, 1853 Stewart Avenue, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1964, Psych MISS ELLEN T. PERLMUTTER, 22-40 Mott Avenue, Far Rockaway 91, N.Y., 1965, Art Ed. MISS .loANN PERRY, 132 New Hyde Park Road, Garden City, Ll., N.Y., 1965, Nursing MR. NORMAN A. PERRY, 30 Wakefield Ave., Port Washington, N.Y., 1967, B.A. MR. ROBERT A. PERSCHE, 2264-6th Street, East Meadow, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Psy. Ed. MR. stem-IAN Pensorr, 3402 Knight street, Oceanside, L.l., N.Y., 1965, B.A., Acc't. MISS MEREDITH A. PERSSON, 395 Forest Avenue, Massapequa, L.l., N.Y., 1967, French MR. JOEL PESAPANE, 104-42 Leiterrs Blvd, Richmond Hill 19, N.Y., 1966, English MISS SUZANNE C. PETIT, P.O. Box 1065, Sag Harbor, N.Y., 1965, Chem. MR. ERIC R. PETRIE, 93 Smith Street, Roosevelt, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Bio., Pre-Dent MISS VALERIE I. PEVERLEY, 43 Greenway East, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1964, Math. MISS SHERRY E. PHETERSON, 2807 Athens Avenue, Bayton 6, Ohio, 1965, Educ. MR. PABLO PICK, Apartado 3654, Caracas, Venezuela, 1965, Genl. Bus. MR. RICHARD PICKETT, 27 Pittoni Drive, Commack, L.l., N.Y., 1966, English MR. ALFRED PIETROWSKI, 688 Adams Avenue, West Hempstead, N.Y., 1967, Math. MISS AIJA L. PILSUMS, 15 East Peabody Street, Staunton, Virginia, 1967, Soc. MISS BARBARA PINSKER, 33 Nassau Blvd., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med MR. GEORGE H. PINSKER, 2 Dover Place, Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Bio., Pre-Med MR. FAUST PINTO, 896 Franklin Ave., No. Valley Stream, N.Y., 1965, Music MISS KAREN ANN PINTO, 43 Beverly Road, Merrick, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS PHYLLIS PINTO, 43 Beverly Road, Merrick, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Antep MR. RICHARD D. PIRNER, 89 Adams Street, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1966, English 2 MR. PAUL S. PITCOFF, 551-7th Street, Garden City S. L.l., N.Y., 1965, Undec. MR. ROBERT L. PLAUT, 35 Burtis Avenue, Rockville Centre, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. SIMON M. PLAUT, 209 Harrison Avenue, Franklin Square, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Psych. MISS BARBARA R. PLOSS, 4 South Circle Drive, Great Neck Estates, N.Y., 1966, Psych MR. ARTHUR PODWALL, 54 Southwood Circle, Syosset, N.Y., 1965, Psych. MISS EILLEN J. POGREBINSKY, 6 Melony Avenue, Plainview, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Pre-Med, Bio. MR. RICHARD J. POKORNY, 33-31 205th Street, Bayside 61, N.Y., 1964, History MR. ROLAND POLITI, 148-45 Huxley Street, Rosedale, N.Y., 1966, Chem. MISS JUDITH POLLACK, 1276 Surrey Lane, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1965, Math. MR. NEIL POLLACK, 77 Village Drive, Jericho, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med MR. MICHAEL POLLAK, 78-47 162 Street, Flushing 66, New York, 1964, Bio., Pre-Me MR. MICHAEL POLLOCK, 64-14 228th Street, Bayside 64, N.Y., 1964, Govt. MISS ROSEMARY POLSKY, 1 15 Greenbelt Lane, Levittown, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. ALEJANDRO PONCE, 60-11 Broadway Apt. 6P, Woodside, New York, 1966, B.A. MR. ROGER POOLE, 1348 Thompson Drive, Bayshore, L.l., N.Y., 1965, B.A., Acc't. MR. GARRETT PORT, 1430 Carroll Street, Na. Bellmore, N.Y., 1967, Acct. x MISS LINDA R. PORT, 1430 Carroll Street, Wantagh, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Math. MR. EDWARD K. PORTNOF, 21 Greenway Road, Lido Long Beach, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Hist, Pre-Law MISS ELENA PORTOLES, 24 Guilford Road, Port Washington, N.Y., 1966, Span MISS CHRISTINE POSELUZNY, 41-38 68th St. Woodside 77, N.Y., 1964, English, Dram. Art MISS ANN L. POSNER, 16 Maytime Drive, Jericho, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Speech MISS CANDIA S. POST, 114 Lee Road, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Bio. MR. JAMES C. POSTHAUER, 20 Locust Lane, Syosset, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Acct. MISS SYDELLE POSTMAN, 30-70 35th Street, Long Island City 3, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS MONA J. PREMINGER, 101-01 160th Avenue, Howard Beach 14, N.Y., 1967, Soc. MR. MICHAEL M. PREMISLER, 138-02 New Port Ave., Belle Harbor 94, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MR. JACK A. PREUSS, 19 Wellesley Road, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1966, Govt., Pre-Law MISS LYNNE PRICE, 257 Dorchester Road, Garden City So., N.Y., 1967, Psych. MR. SALVATORE A. PRIMEGGIA, 120-65 131 Street, So. Ozone Park 20, New York, 1964, English MR. RICHARD PRIMOSCH, 44 Bellerose Avenue, East Northport, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Speech MISS JOAN PRINCE, 32 Kensington Road, Garden City, N.Y., 1966, ATEP MR. NORMAN PRINCE, 87-56 Francis Lewis Blvd., Holliswood 23, N.Y., 1964, Music Ed. MISS REGINA PRINCE, 4075 Ocean Avenue, Brooklyn 35, N.Y., 1966, Music Ed. MISS DIANE J. PUCA, 77 Pine Street, Garden City, L.I., N.Y., 1967, English MISS KAREN PUHLE, 23 Rolling Hills Drive, Huntington, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Hist. MISS KATHI JEAN PURINTON, 129 Wellington Road, Garden City, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Bio. MR. JOSEPH L. QUELLMAN, 52 Malone Avenue, Long Beach, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Bio. MR. ERIK QUEMA, 100 Park Avenue, New York 17, N.Y., Spec. MR. PAUL S. QUENTZEL, 1494 East 9th Street, Brooklyn 30, N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med MR. ANTHONY QUITONI, 297 Brompton Road, Garden City So., N.Y., 1966, Phys. Ed. MR. MARK DAVID RABIN, 295 Prince Avenue, Freeport, L.I., N.Y., 1964 Chem. MRS. JUANITA RACHELLE, 379 South Kilburn Rd., Garden City, L.I., N.Y., 1967, English MISS ELAINE RACHMAN, 1056 Coolidge Road, Elizabeth, N.J., 1965, Bio. MR. KENNETH S. RADER, 63-07 136 Street, Flushing 67, New York, 1964, ANTEP Eng. MR. ASGHAR RADJAI, 7 Roxbury Road, So. Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Art MISS CONSTANCE M. RADOCZY, 50 Wheeler Avenue, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1964, Art MISS DOROTHY J. RAICZYK, 6122 Grant Avenue, Pennsauken 5, N.J., 1966, ATEP MISS KATHLEEN M. RAMPE, Cape Road, Ellenville, N.Y., 1967, History, Pre-Law MR. RICHARD S. RANDALL, 34 Center Drive, Syosset, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS ANNE RANGELL, 81-28 256th Street, Floral Park, N.Y., 1967, Spanish MR. GEORGE R. RANIOLO, 1716 White Street, North Bellmore, N.Y., 1966, Biology, Pre-Med MISS DEBORAH RANKIN, 5 Warren Blvd., Garden City, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Psych MR. HARVEY RANKIN, 253 Stuart Drive, New Rochelle, Ne'w York, 1966, Psych. MISS JUDITH S. RAPHEL, 183 Vassar Street, Rochester 7, N.Y., 1967, Dance MISS RHONA RAPHAEL, 40 Schenck Avenue, Great Neck, L.I., N.Y., 1967, English MR. WILLIAM R. RAPP, 74 Crabapple Road, Manhasset, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Psych MR. KENNETH RAPPAPORT, 636 West Beech, Long, Beach, L.I., N.Y., 1966, History MR. ARTHUR RAPTOULIS, 85-09 25th Avenue, Jackson Heights 69, N.Y., 1965, Bio. MR. LONNIE S. RATTNER, 1833 East 31 Street, Brooklyn 34, N.Y., 1966, History MISS ANN RASCOFF, 24 Ridge Drive West, Great Neck, N.Y., 1967, Med. Tech. MISS DIANE B. RASMUSSON, 496 Decatur Avenue, Peekskill, New York, 1966, B.A. MR. WAYNE C. RAUSCHER, 9 Snug Cove Lane, Bayville, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Undec. MR. KALERVO RAUSTIALA, 20-47 Shore Blvd., Long Island City 5, N.Y., 1964, History MR. JOSEPH L. RAVIZZA, 277 Whitehall Road SO., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, English MISS SYLVIA F. RAWLINS, 100-37 197th Street, Hollis 23, N.Y., 1966, D.M.H. 'Mm CAREY J. REALBUTO, 32 Briarwood Lane, Plainview, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Biology MR. ROGER M. RECHLER, 542 East Shore Road, Great Neck, N.Y., 1966, Govt. MR. PAUL H. REESE, 108 Kernochan Avenue, Hempstead, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS SUSAN Y. REESEMAN, 11 Whitehall Blvd. Garden City, N.Y., 1966, Nursing MISS ROMILDA M. REGA, 25 Cedar Place, Garden City, N.Y., 1966, ANTEP MISS VERONICA J. REICH, 150 Park Ave., Deer Park, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MR. STEPHEN REID, 193-18 120 Avenue, St. Albans 12, N.Y., 1965, History MR. JAY E. REIDEL, 526 Warren Blvd., Garden City, N.Y., 1964, Govt. MISS SUSANNE REINHEIMER, 206 Dorchester Road, Garden City So., N.Y., 1965, Acct. MR. KENNETH A. REINHOLD, 658 Benris Avenue, Franklin Square, N.Y., 1965, Bio. MISS MICHELE REIZES, Crescent Beach Road, Glen Cove, N.Y., 1966, ATEP MR. STEPHEN RESNICK, 6 Heather Lane, Lawrence, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS MARYANN RESTIVO, 27-41 167 Street, Flushing 58, N.Y., 1964, Speech MISS DOROTHY ROSE REVIS, 250 Hawthorne St., Brooklyn, N.Y., 1964, Nursing MR. PETER REYMAN, 22 Channing Place, Eastchester, New York, 1967, Math. MR. GARY REYNOLDS, 78 Gilroy Avenue, Uniondale, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Acct. MR. FRANKLYN E. RHINEHART, 526 Warren Blvd., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MISS TERRY E. RHODES, 4F Essex Court, Port Washington, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MISS CAROL S. RIBNER, 74 Hillcrest Ave., Yonkers 5, N.Y., 1964, Pre-Med, Bio. MR. RALPH RICCIARDI, 287 Brompton Rd. So., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med. MISS JOYCE L. RICH, 'Ms Ehrens, 65-17 Parsons Blvd., Flushing 65, N.Y., 1964, French MISS ELAINE RICHARDS, 17 Amherst Drive, Massapequa, L.I., N.Y., 1966 ANTEP MISS MAJORIE RICHARDSON, 1 Bergholz Drive, New Rochelle, N.Y., 1965, History MISS MARY RICHARDSON, 1 Bergholz Drive, New Rochelle, N.Y., 1965, Govt. MR. JEFFREY RICHTER, 66 South Main Avenue, Albany 8, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MR. ROBERT RICKEN, 1 Dunster Road, Great Neck, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Govt. MISS FLORENCE J. A. RIDDICK, 'Ma Grummen Aircraft Co., Servo Engin. Plant -77955, Dept. 463, Bethpage, N.Y., 1966, Psych. MISS JUDITH C. RITTER, 55 Adams Street, Garden City, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Soc. MR. VINCENT RIVELLESE, 2581 Lexington Avenue, East Meadow, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Soc. MR. JOSEPH V. RIZZO, 24 Avalon Road, Hewlett, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Acct. MR. GORDON ROBBINS, 88-35 164th Street, Jamaica 32, N.Y., 1966, Art MISS MARGARET D. ROBBINS, 7 Dogleg Lane, Roslyn Heights, N.Y., 1966, Dance MR. GERALD N. ROBERTS, 62 Helen Avenue, Plainview, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Chem. MR. HARRY ROBERTS, 225 First Street, Mineola, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Pers. Mgt. MISS JUANITA L. ROBERTS, 61-25 97th St., Apt. 1OF Rego Park, N.Y., 1967, Nursing MR. DONALD ROBERTSON, 40 Deer Lane, Wantagh, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Pers. Mng. MR. JAMES ROBERTSON, 152 Sidney Street, Oyster Bay, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Art MISS ILSE M. ROBEZNIEKS, Washington, N.Y., 1964, MR. JAMES A. ROBINSON, Suite 414, New York 58, MISS NINA L. ROBINSON I 11 Herbert Ave., Port Exec. Sec. 2488 Grand Concourse, New York, 1967, Acct. 15 Edgewood Terrace, Millburn, N.J., 1967, Undec. MISS LYNNE RODRIGUEZ, 82-79 159th Street, Jamaica 32, N.Y., 1967, English MR. BRUCE U. ROETT, 450 Beach Avenue, New York 72, N.Y., 1967, Hist. Pre-Law MRS. LEONA M. ROGERS, 165 Dovecote Lane, Central Islip, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Nursing MR. FRANC R. ROGGERI, 73 Myrtle Boulevard, Larchmont, N.Y., 1967, Bio. Pre-Med MR. JAMES S. ROMAN, 144-52 77 Avenue, Flushing 67, N.Y., 1966, Pre-Med MR. EUGENE JOHN ROMANN, 18 Hinsdale Avenue, Floral Park, N.Y., 1967, English MR. ROBERT ROMANO, 54 Executive Drive, No. New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1966, Acct. MISS ELIZABETH A. ROMANS, 68 Weber Avenue, Malverne, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Art Ed. MR. MICHAEL ROSALIA, 45 Villa Court, Apt. J-3, 182 Hempstead, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Music MR. JOSEPH B. ROSE, I5 Birchwood Drive W., Valley Stream, N.Y., 1966, Ind. Mgt. MR. ROBERT B. ROSE, JR., 9 Ash Street, Garden City, N.Y., Spec. Undec. MR. STEPHEN L. ROSEN, 27 Cedarhurst Avenue, Lawrence, L.l., N.Y., 1964, History MISS CAROL ROSENBERG, 62 Kensington Road, Garden City, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Undec MISS CAROL ROSENBERG, 154 Wright Road, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1964, Spe. Ther. MISS FRANCES ROSENBERG, 3 Jefferson Street, West Hempstead, N.Y., 1964, Bio. MRS. JOAN A. ROSENBERG, 134-10 Jewel Ave., Forest Hills, N.Y., 1964, History MISS JUDITH F. ROSENBERG, 50 Auerbach Lane, Lawrence, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. MILTON ROSENBLATT, 79-38 Bell Boulevard, Bayside 64, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. ROBERT ROSENBLATT, 264-42 60th Road, Little Neck 62, N.Y., 1965, Mktg. MISS CAROL ROSENFELD, 26 Farm Lane, Great Neck, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Art MR. JEFFREY M. ROSENFELD, 36 Saddle Rock Road, Valley Stream, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Speech MISS JUDITH ROSENKRANZ, 44 Kensington Road, Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Nursing MR. CHARLES N. ROSENTHAL, 944 Northfield Road, Woodmere, L.I., N.Y., 1967, B.A. Mgt. MISS JANE ROSENTHAL, 1492 East 18th Street, Brooklyn 30, N.Y., 1964, Art MISS JUDITH ROSENTHAL, 107-19 70 Avenue, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1966, ANTEP MR. LOREN E. ROSENTHAL, 59 Orange Drive, Jericho, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Pre-Med MISS MARCIA ROSENTHAL, 261 Dorchester Road So., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS SUSAN ROSENTHAL, 64-35 Yellowstone Blvd., Forest Hills 75, New York, 1965, Speech MISS BARBARA ROSENZWEIG, 591 Dover Road, Oceanside, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Speech MISS FRANCES G. ROSNER, 1040 Dunbar Hill Road, Hamden 14, Conn., 1966, Undec. MR. FRANKLIN ROSS, 657 Flanders Drive, No. Woodmere, N.Y., 1967, History MR. RICHARD ROSS, IO Greenridge Place, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Ind. Mng. MR. GILBERT L. ROTCHFORD, 100 W. Shore Drive, Massapequa, N.Y., 1966, B.A. Mgt. MISS CIVIA ROTH, 121 Haddon Road, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1964, Bio. MR. MARK S. ROTH, 412 West Hudson, Long Beach, L.l., N.Y., 1964, B.A. Acctg MISS SANDRA H. ROTH, 64-11 228th Street, Bayside, N.Y., 1965, Psych., Pre-Med MR. PAUL ROTHBERG, 1830 N. Kingsley Drive, Los Angeles 27, Calif., 1964, History MISS SUSAN ROTHENBERG, 9 Norton Drive, Roosevelt, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Dance MISS LYNN R. ROTHFELD, 513 Queen Street, Westbury, L.I., N.Y., 1965, English MR. ALLAN ROTHSCHILD, 273 Beach 136 Street, Belle Harbor 94, N.Y., 1965, Bio., Pre-Med. MISS DIANE G. ROTHSCHILD, 6700 192nd Street, Fresh Meadows, N.Y., 1964, Govt. MR. PAUL ROVEGNA, 734 Henry Street, Uniondale, L.I., N.Y., 1965, B.A. Mktg. MISS REVA ROVNER, 283 North Bay Street, Manchester, New Hampshire, 1964, French MISS STEPHANIE P. ROWLAND, 3449 Carrolton Ave., Wantagh, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Nursing MISS HARRIET C. RUBIN, I6 Beechwood Road, Roslyn Heights, N.Y., 1964, Govt. MISS JANE E. RUBIN, 83-25 258th Street, Floral Park, N.Y., 1966, Psych. MISS JILL RUBIN, 1181 Bernard Street, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1964, Art MRS. MARCIA L. RUBIN, 1322 Dickens Street, Far Rockaway 91, N.Y., 1965, Phys. Ed. MR. MICHAEL A. RUBIN, 520 East State Street, Long Beach, N.Y., 1967, Acct. MR. NEAL D. RUBIN, 226-14 76th Road, Bayside 64, N.Y., 1965, Pre-Dent., Bio. MR. RICHARD RUBIN, 4211 Avenue K, Brooklyn 10, N.Y., 1965, Psych MR. ROBERT M. RUBIN, 60-24 Little Neck Parkway, Little Neck 62, N.Y., 1966, B.A. MISS SUSAN RUBIN, 2608 Crestway Park, Utica, N.Y., 1967, ATEP MR. KENNETH RUBINSTEIN, 224-76 76 Avenue, Bay- side 64, N.Y., 1966, Govt. MISS SYLVIA G. RUDES, 2569 West 2 Street, Brooklyn 23, N.Y., 1965, Soc. MISS BARBARA RUDNICK, 1790 Athol Road, Schenectady 8, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. MICHAEL H. RUDY, 601 Howard Avenue, W. Hempstead, L.I., N.Y., 1964, History MR. GUNDARS RUDZITIS, 62 Soundview Street, New Rochelle, New York, 1965, Chem. MR. AMIR L. RUSCIO, 300 Riverside Drive 'Mi Hemo, New York, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. NICHOLAS RUSSIYAN, 110 Sea Clift Avenue, Glen Cove, N.Y., 1964, Speech MR. DANIEL J. RUSSO, 146 Sussex Drive, Manhasset, N.Y., 1966, ow. MR. FRANK A. RUSSO, 1081 Admont Avenue, Franklin Square, N.Y., 1966, Phys. Ed. MR. DONALD RYAN, 30 Terrace Avenue, Hempstead, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS ELIZABETH RYAN, 58-23 185 Street, Flushing 65, N.Y., 1965, History MISS JUDITH RYAN, 44 Bay Avenue, Bayshore, L.I., N.Y., 1966, French MISS PATRICIA A. RYAN, 34 Ludlan Street, Huntington Station, N.Y., 1966, Span. MR. KENNETH L. RYBACK, Box 45 MacArthur Blvd., Hauppauge, L.I., N.Y., 1965, English MISS EILEEN RYDER, 56 Derfuss Lane, Blauvelt, New York, 1967, History, Pre-Law MR. FRANK SABATINO, 812 Bayshore Ave., West Islip, N.Y., 1967, App. Phys. MISS RANDI SACHAR, 1299 Ocean Avenue, Brooklyn 30, N.Y., Speech MISS BARBARA LOUISE SACKMAN, 105 Wilson Street, Lynbrook, L.I., N.Y., 1966, English MISS CORINNE SACKS, 9 Raynham Road, Glen Cove, N.Y., 1964, Soc. MR. SAMIR SAFWAT, Stiarnvagen 25, Lidingo, Sweden, 1964, Music MR. FREDERICK SAIDE, 2265 Gerritsen Ave., Brooklyn 29, N.Y., 1964, Hist.-Gov. MISS MARJORIE R. SAKS, 148 Broadview Avenue, New Rochelle, New York, 1966, Art MISS MARGUERITE SALADINO, 275 Revere Road, Roslyn Heights, N.Y., 1967, English MR. RICHARD V. SALEMBIER, 630 Ninth Street, West Hempstead, New York, 1965, Undec. MISS JUDITH SALERNO, 19 Acorn Terrace, New Rochelle, N.Y., 1966, Phys. Ed. MISS SHEILA D. SALINSKY, 664 Boulevard, Revere 51, Mass., 1967, Math. MR. MARK SALOMON, 1175 Anderson Avenue, New York 52, N.Y., 1967, Psych. MISS JOAN SALOMONE, 62 Lake Shore Blvd., Massapequa, N.Y., 1966, Speech MR. BARRY K. SALTZMAN, 9 Amherst Drive, Plainview, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Biology MRS. JANET SALTZMAN, 143-33 Sanford Ave., Apt. 2B, Flushing, N.Y., 1964, Soc. MR. MARC R. SALZBERG, 1011 Moss Place, Lawrence, New York, 1967, Bio. MISS JANE K. SAMMIS, 146 Yale Street, Roslyn Heights, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Dance MR. BURKE J. SAMSON, 116 Caroline Ave. Franklin Square, N.Y., 1965, Mgt. B.A. MR. ROGER SAMUELS, 19 Rimlet Drive, Commack, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Art MR. MATTHEW A. SANDLER, 69-09 110th Street, Forest Hills 75, New York, 1966, Psych. MR. RICHARD SANDS, 566 Grove Place, Oceanside, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Bio. MR. PETER SANDSTROM, 148-15 87th Avenue, Jamaica 35, N.Y., 1966, Pers. Mang. MISS JOSEPHINE SanFILIPPO, 8003 Harbor Vien Terrace, Brooklyn 9, N.Y., 1965, Nursing MR. FRANK J. SAN MARCO, JR., 10 Winchester Ave., Yonkers, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. DONALD J. SANTAGATO, 119-34 231 Street, Cambria Heights 11, N.Y., 1964, BBA-MGT. MISS BONITA SANTANIELLO, 33A Davis Road, Port Washington, N.Y., 1964, Spanish MR. MICHAEL SAPERSTEIN, 610 Lakeview Avenue, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1967, History MISS CAROL J. SARASOHN, 5 Arthur Drive, East Rockaway, N.Y., 1965, Undec. MR. JERRY SARDELLI, 63 3rd Street, Bethpage, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. JOSEPH J. SARDELLI, 65 Third Street, Bethpage, New York, 1965, Pre-Law MR. WILLIAM SARNA, 22 Oakdale Avenue, Bethpage, L.I., N.Y., 1966, History MRS. BARBARA SASLOWSKY, 40 Villa Court, Apt. 84, Hempstead, L.I., N.Y., 1964, English MISS ROSEMARY SASSO, 25 Colonial Ave., Mineola, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Antep MR. PAUL N. SATZMAN, 623 Park Lane, Cedarhurst, L.I., N.Y., 1963, Music MISS MARILYN SAUERS, 150 William Street, N. Merrick, N.Y., 1964, EI. Educ. MISS PATRICIA S. SAUNDERS, 25 West 81st Street, New York 24, N.Y., 1965, Psych. MISS MARIA E. SAVOCHKA, 5 Warren Blvd., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Nursing MR. JAMES SAWYER, 138 Harding Avenue, Long Beach, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med MR. RONALD SAXON, 93 Mineola Blvd., Mineola, New York, 1965, Chem. MISS DIANE SCALZETTI, 21 Glow Lane, Hicksville, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Dance MR. RICHARD J. SCHACHT, 355 Theriot Avenue, Bronx 72, N.Y., 1967, Chem. MR. EDWARD ALAN SCHACHTER, 143-16 257 Street, Rosedale 22, New York, 1966, Speech MISS BARBARA L. SCHAEFER, 1131 Baldwin Drive, N. Massapequa, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Math. MR. WARREN SCHAEFER, 1131 Baldwin Drive, No, Massapequa, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. EMANUEL J. SCHAFFER, 29 Sterling Place, Hempstead, L.I., N.Y., 1964, B.A. Mgt. MISS SUZANNE SCHAMES, 138-20 31st Road, Flushing 54, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MR. WILLIAM W. SCHANDALL, 1914 Russell Street, Bellmore, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Speech MR. DAVID T. SCHARF, 507 State Street, Long Beach, N.Y., 1967, History MR. MARTIN SCHARFGLASS, 155-11 71 Avenue, Flushing 67, N.Y., 1964, Music MR. STUART SCHATZ, 16 Leamington Street, Long Beach, N.Y., 1966, Mktg. MISS NANCY S. SCHECHNER, 341 Kensington Ave., Garden City So., N.Y., 1967, Med. Tech. MISS CAROL SCHECKMAN, 119 Margaret Boulevard, Merrick, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Art MR. RONALD W. SCHEFF, 19 Cromer Road, Elmont, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Psych. MR. MICHAEL D. SCHEKTER, 62-60 99 Street, Rego Park, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Pre-Med, Bio. MISS DIANA LYNN SCHELLER, 98-05 67 Avenue, Forest Hills 74, N.Y., 1966, Psych. MISS SUSAN J. SCHEPS, 90-29 181 Street, Jamaica 23, New York, 1965, Antep MISS FRANCINE B. SCHERL, 139-19-31 Road, Flushing 54, New York, 1964, Spe. The. MRS. KATHERINE SCHETZ, 76 South Bergen Place, Freeport, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Speech The MR. ROBERT D. SCHIAVELLI, 606 Rose Boulevard, Baldwin, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Eng. MISS AUDREY SCHIFFMAN, 746 Allwyn Street, Baldwin, L.I., N.Y., 1967, English MISS SUSAN M. SCHIFFMAN, 'kMrs. Goldin, 373 S. Kilburn Road, Garden City, N.Y., 1967, German MISS PATRICIA SCHILLER, 1902 Avenue L, Brooklyn 30, N.Y., 1965, Soc. MR. NORMAN SCHILT, 3100 Brighton 2nd St., Brooklyn, N.Y., 1965, B.A. Mktg. MISS EDITH R. SCHLAMM, 555 Surrey Place, Oceanside, L.I., N.Y., 1964, English MISS SUSANN SCHLEGEL, 90 Hudson Avenue Roosevelt, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Phys. Ed. MISS SHERRY L. SCHLEIHAUF, 8 Parkside Drive, Carle Place, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Eng. MR. DAVID H. SCHMIDT, 482 Pacific Street, Massapequa Park, N.Y., 1965, History MISS DIANE C. SCHMIDT, 59 Colonial Drive, Huntington, L.I., N.Y., 1966, ANTEP MR. HOWARD SCHNALL, 279 Moore Avenue, Freeport, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Undec. MR. LAWRENCE G. SCHNEIDER, 105 Hanson Lane, New Rochelle, New York, 1966, Biology MRS. LUCLLE M. SCHNEIDER, 66-10 Thornton Place, Forest Hills, N.Y., 1966, Speech MISS SUSAN SCHNEIDER, 112-20 72nd Drive, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1966, Speech MISS LYNNE S. SCHNEUR, 99 Ramona Court, New Rochelle, New York, 1966, Undec. MISS CATHERINE C. SCHNURR, 156 Connecticut Ave., Massapequa, L.I., N.Y., 1963, Nursing MR. EDWARD G. SCHOEPS, 9 Searing Street, Hempstead, L.I., N.Y., 1966, B.A. MISS JUDITH SCHOLL, 27 Allen Street, Hempstead, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS PENELOPE SCHOLL, 1109 Cathedral Ave., Franklin Square, N.Y., 1967, B.A. MR. MARK G. SCHONFELD, 2116 Harrison Avenue, New York 53, N.Y., 1966, Biology 183 MISS CAROLINE G. SCHOONOVER, 230 Fairview Boulevard, Hempstead, L.I., N.Y., 1966, English MR. DONALD SCHREIER, 603 Grimm Place, Baldwin, N.Y., 1964, Phys. Ed. MR. SPENCER R. SCHRON, 141-01 228th Street, Laurelton 13, N.Y., 1965, Govt. MR. HOWARD SCHUCHMAN, 5566 Whitty Lane, Brooklyn 3, N.Y., Undec. MR. NORMAN SCHULMAN, 225 Hamilton Street, Rockville Centre, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Bio. MISS MARILYN T. SCHULTZ, 5 Devonshire Court, Plainview, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Psych. MR. WALTER E. SCHULZ, 67 Geranium Avenue, Floral Park, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS MAUREEN SCHUMER, 1038 Hazel Place, Woodmere, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Phys. Ed. MR. CRAIG SCHWAB, 1409 Lake Shore Drive, Massapeque Park, N.Y., 1966, English MR. ROBERT A. SCHWALB, 96 Nottingham Road, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1965, B.A. MISS EVELYN SCHWAM, 457 Beach 67th Street, Arverne 92, N.Y., 1967, Art MR. BARRY L. SCHWARTZ, 221 Wyngate Drive, North Massapequa, N.Y., 1964, Hist-Gov. MISS CAROL SCHWARTZ, 76-50 169th Street, Flushing 66, N.Y., 1967, Speech MISS ELLEN D. SCHWARTZ, 75-34 255th Street, Glen Oaks, N.Y., 1965, Spe. Ther. MISS ELLEN M. SCHWARTZ, 2642 Flower Street, Westbury, L.I., N.Y., 1967, French MR. HARVEY SCHWARTZ, 97-37 63rd Road, Rego Park 74, N.Y., 1964, Pre-Med MISS HELENE SCHWARTZ, 16 Sherwood Drive, Plainview, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Psych. MR. JOHN SCHWARTZ, 176-33 Kildare Road, Jamaica 32, New York, 1966, History MISS SANDRA PEARL SCHWARTZ, 104-60 Queens Blvd., Forest Hills, N.Y., 1964, History MR. STEVEN ALAN SCHWARTZ, 741 Bunker Road, Woodmer, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Psych. MR. HOWARD SCHWARTZBERG, 139-07 232 Street, Laurelton 13, N.Y., 1963, Soc. Sci. MISS JEANETTE SCHWARZ, 83 Highwood Terrace, Weehawken, New Jersey, 1966, Pre-Med MR. ROBERT A. SCHWARZ, 73 Croft Terrace, New Rochelle, N.Y., 1966, B.A. MR. STEPHEN M. SCHWEBER, 12 Blue Sea Lane, Kings Point, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Engin. MR. ROBERT SCHWEITZER, 105-40 62nd Road, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1964, Psych. MISS SUSAN P. SCIURBA, 578 Linden Street, West Hempstead, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Nursing MR. WILLIAM D. SCOTT, JR., 2 Anding Avenue, Merrick, L.I., N.Y., 1966, English MISS ROSALIE SCUDERI, 204 Rocklyn Avenue, Lynbrook, L.I., N.Y., 1966, History MR. GLENN SEAMAN, 42 Cherry Street, Inwood 96, N.Y., 1967, Phys. Ed. MR. DENNIS H. SEAMON, 50 Stratford Road, Plainview, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Soc. MISS FRANCES T. SECHKO, 4 Queen Street, Hicksville, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Biology MR. AMIEL SEGAL, 1752 Park Drive, Seaford, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Psych. MR. JEFFREY T. SEIDE, Glen Cove Road, Upper Brookville R.F.D., Oyster Bay, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Pre-Med MR. MICHAEL K. SEIDENSTEIN, 49 Brixton Road So., West Hempstead, N.Y., 1966, Bio. MR. STEVEN SEIDMAN, 68 Picadilly Road, Great Neck, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Bio. MISS KARYN LESLIE SEIF, 99-05 63 Drive, Forest Hills 74, New York, 1965, Soc. MR. BURTON N. SEITIER, 63-50 Wetherole St., Rego Park 74, N.Y., 1965, Psych MISS STEPHANIE A. SEKRETA, 138 Main Parkway, Plainview, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Biology MISS PHYLLIS SELIGMAN, 85 Virginia Ave., Long Beach, N.Y., 1966, Soc. MR. IRA B. SELSKY, 129 Shelter Lane, Levittown, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Govt. MISS NANCY S. SELTZER, 184-26 Radnor Road, Jamaica 32, N.Y., 1967, Music MR. GEORGE SEMKE, 637 Meadowbrook Road, Uniondale, L.I., N.Y., 1967, B.A. MR. VINCENT SENA, 680 Jennings Ave., West Hempstead, N.Y., 1965, Acct. MR. MASON G. SENFT, 383 East 56th Street, Brooklyn 3, N.Y., 1964, Music MISS NANCY L. SENIOR, 205 West End Ave., New York, N.Y., 1964, ANTEP MRS. EDITH L. SENNET, 11 Merivale Road, Great Neck, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Phil. MR. PAUL V. SEQUEIRA, P.O. Box 74, Kitale, Kenya, 1967, Bio. MR. BRUCE SERKIN, 3876 Berger Avenue, Bethpage, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. RICHARD J. SERZANIN, 420 Jerome Court, Syosset, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. HENRY THOMAS SESSA, 35 Moore Drive, Bethpage, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Phys. Ed. MISS ELLEN M. SESSKIN, 71 Merritt Ave., Massapequa, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Med. Tech. MR. SANDER B. SHADOFF, 90 Robertson Road, Lynbrook, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Spanish MR. EUGENE C. SHAFTER, 67 Nassau Blvd., West Hempstead, N.Y., 1966, Phys. Ed. MR. TSOLTIM NGIMA SHAKABPA, 'Xa Mr. T. Shakabpa Bureau 66, His Holiness The Dalai Lama, E-15, West Nizamuddin, New Delhi, India, 1966, B.A. MISS VICKI SHANDLER, 43 East 31 Street, Bayonne, N.J., 1964, Art MISS ANN M. SHAPIRO, 78-I8 Vleigh Place, Flushing 67, N.Y., 1967, Phys. Ed. MISS CAROLYN A. SHAPIRO, Hill Crest Drive, Easton, Penna., 1965, Undec. MISS JANE S. SHAPIRO, 449 Garden Blvd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1965, Art MISS SHEILA SHAPIRO, 711 Janos Lane, West Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Span. MR. STEVEN L. SHAPIRO, 150-O2 88th Ave., Jamaica 32, N.Y., 1965, English MISS SUSAN SHARPE, 225 Whitehall Road, Garden City So., N.Y., 1967, Soc. MR. JAMES M. SHAUGHNESSY, 49 First Avenue, East Rockaway, N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med MISS VIRGINIA SHAVER, 210 East Front Street, Florence, N.J., 1967, French MISS LINDA J. SHAW, 137-35 71 Avenue, Flushing 57, N.Y., 1964, Psych MR. PETER D. SHAY, 1560 East 18th Street, Brooklyn 30, N.Y., 1964, Psych. MR. PAUL SHEA, 104 Front Street, Mineola, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Psy. Ed. MISS RONNA C. SHEFF, 50 Wendell Road, Newton 59, Mass., 1967, ATEP MISS VICTORIA SHEH, 297 Washington Street, Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1966, French MR. STEWART SHEIN, 537 Croydon Road, Elmont, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Soc. MISS RITA J. SHELTON, 3731 Eagle Street, Houston 4, Texas, 1966, Phil. MR. STEPHEN SHERMAN, 475 F.D.R. Drive, New York, 2, N.Y., 1966, Phys. Ed. MR. RICHARD V. SHESKIER, 96 Williamson Street, East Rockaway, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Span. MR. ALLAN SHIELDS, 29 East Ave., Lawrence, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Mkt. s. Mgr. MISS GAIL B. SHIELDS, 25 Crocker Street, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS NANCY SHIKES, 14 Jetterson Road, Wellesley Hills 81, Mass., 1966, Undec. MISS BEVERLY SHINDLER, 761 Barkley Avenue, East Meadow, N.Y., 1967, English MISS DAISY KAR-MIN SHIU, 4 Lung Chiang St., Lane 37, Taipei, Taiwan, 1967, Art MISS LINDA J. SHNITZLER, 17 Greenough Circle, Brookline 46, Mass., 1964, Art MRS. PHOEBE SHOCHAT, 22-10 New Haven Ave., Far Rockaway, N.Y., 1964, Art Ed. MR. IRA SHOOTEN, 40 Pleasant Ave., Plainview, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Bio. MISS KAREN SHOR, 20 Lawrence Street, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1966, English MISS RUTH M. SHORT, Box 1000, Princeton, N.J., 1965, Psych. MR. JULES H. SHRAGE, 30 Roxbury Road, Garden City, N.Y., 1964, Psych. MISS FRANCES C. SHUCK, 216 East Franklin Ave., Silver Spring, Maryland, 1964, Nursing MISS BEVERLY SHULMAN, 1319 State Street, Schenectady, New York, 1966, ANTEP MISS MARSHA A. SHULMAN, 40 Burton Avenue, Plainview, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Speech MR. ALEXANDER M. SIEGEL, 214 Shore Blvd., Brooklyn 35, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. BARRY S. SIEGEL, 109 King Court, Elmont, L.l., N.Y., 1966, History MR. HOWARD SIEGEL, 31 East Boulevard, Gloversville, N.Y., 1967, Govt., Pre-Low MISS JOAN SIEGEL, 41 Brixton Road, Garden City, N.Y-1 1967, ATEP MR. STEPHEN SIEGEL, 2151 Howard Place, Bellmore, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Psych. MR. ALAN SIEGMAN, 1993 Valentine Road, Westbury, N.Y., 1965, English MR. JOSEPH D. SIGLER, 43 Edgewood Road, Peekskill, New York, 1967, Undec. MR. JOHN J. SIGNORELLI, 3 Academy Place Apt. 4, Huntington Sta., N.Y., 1964, Psych. MRS. SUSAN SILBERSTEIN, 1395 Broadway, Hewlett, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Art MISS ASTRIDA SILKAINS, 5 Virginia Avenue, Port Washington, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. MELVIN SILVER, 90 Redwood Drive, Roslyn, L.l., N.Y., 1965, B.A. MISS ARLENE SILVERMAN, 2025 Wendover Street, Pittsburgh 17, Pa., 1966, Speech MR. DENNIS SILVERMAN, 143-43 41st Avenue, Flushing 54, N.Y., 1967, Phys. Ed. MISS JANE A. SILVERMAN, 26-44 211 Street, Bayside 60, N.Y., 1966, Nursing MISS PAULETTE J. SILVERMAN, 165-10 72nd Ave., Flushing 65, N.Y., 1967, ATEP MISS PENNY J. SILVERMAN, 29 Parkdale Drive, Farmingdale, N.Y., 1964, Bio. MISS RITA E. SILVERMAN, 32 Kensington Road, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Antep MISS JOYCE SILVERSMITH, 3473 Riverside Drive, Oceanside, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Phys. Ed. MR. CHARAPET H. SIMIDIAN, 302 East Broadway, Long Beach, N.Y., 1965, Math. MR. GARY SIMON, 61 South Park Drive, No. Massapequa, N.Y., 1967, History MR. JEFFREY D. SIMON, 27 Salem Road, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1967, Mgt. MR. KENNETH SIMON, 63-109 Saunders Street, Rego Park 74, N.Y., 1967, Psych. MR. PAUL F. SIMON, 287 Brompton Road So., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Psych. MISS SHEILA S. SIMON, 159 Robby Lane, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1967, Govt. MR. VINCENT O. SIMONE, 78-04 Queens Midtown Expwy., Elmhurst 73, N.Y., 1964, Hist. 81 Gov. MR. LOWELL SIMPSON, 248 Coventry Road, West Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Eng. MR. THOMAS SINOPOLI, 91 Tulip Ave., Fern Bldg., Floral Park, N.Y., 1965, B.A. MR. HENRY A. SINSABAUGH, 41 Wheeler Avenue, Warwick, New York, 1966, Bio. MR. STEPHEN B. SIRKIN, Bl-03 264th Street, Floral Park, N.Y., 1965, Spe. 81 Dra. MR. JOHN P. SISKIND, 364 Lenox Avenue, Uniondale, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Biology MR. THOMAS J. SKELLY, 55-05 Woodside Avenue, Woodside 77, N.Y., 1965, Acct. MISS BETHANY J. SKELTON, 118 Brompton Road, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1967, S.W. MISS GWENDOLEN V. SKELTON, 258 Dorchester Road, Garden City, N.Y., 1966, Govt. MR. DAVID JON SKIDMORE, 49 Lake Drive South, West Islip, L.l., N.Y., 1965, History MISS HELEN O. SKIPPER, 104 E. 4th Street, Salem, Virginia, 1965, Dance MISS BARBARA SLASS, 18 Bellwood' Drive, New Hyde Park, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Bio. MISS BARBARA SLATUS, 104-21 68th Drive, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1967, English MRS. VERA SLAVEN, 388 Grove Ave., Patchogue, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Music MR. GILBERT SLAVIN, 510 Beach 126th Street, Belle Harbor 94, N.Y., 1967, Govt. Pre-Law MR. STANLEY SLAVIN, 1801 James Street, Merrick, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Phys. Ed. MR. CHARLES F. SLEZAK, 24 Garnet Lane, Plainview, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Acct. MISS LOIS SLUTSKIN, 711 Patterson Avenue, Franklin Square, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Speech MR. NICHOLAS H. SMERNOFF, JR., 29 Milburn Avenue, Hempstead, New York, 1964, Math. MR. MICHAEL C. SMILES, 1051 Hastings Avenue, Baldwin, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Bio. MISS CAROL SMITH, 51 Viola Drive, Glen Cove, N.Y., 1967, ATEP MR. HERBERT D. SMITH, 993 Lynn Drive, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1967, B.A. MISS LEE ANN SMITH, I Edi Avenue, Plainview, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Bio. MISS PAMELA K. SMITH, 63 Second Street, Garden city, Li., N.Y., 1964, soc. MR. REGINALD W. SMITH, George TownEluma, Bahamas, 1965, Undec. MISS RENEE SMITH, 33-47 14th Street, Long Island City 6, N.Y., 1967, Speech MR. RICHARD A. SMITH, 43 Horned Road, Commack, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Ind-Mgt. 184 MR. RICHARD J. SMITH, 1753 Powers Avenue, East Meadow, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Phys. Ed. MR. STANLEY A. SMOLKIN, 486 Woodfield Road, West Hempstead, N.Y., 1964, Govt. MR. RONALD T. SMOLLEN, 10 Deerpath Lane, Syosset, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Acct. MR. ALAN SMYTH, 18 Partridge Drive, East Hills, N.Y., 1964, Phys. Ed. MISS JOAN K. SMYTH, 1324 Admiral Lane, Uniondale, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Nursing MISS MARILYN SNELL, 1045 East Landis Avenue, Vineland, N.J., 1967, ATEP MISS AUDREY J. SNORSKY, 5010 35th Avenue S.W., Seattle 6, Washington, 1965, Dance MR. DANIEL L. SNYDER, 110-45 Queens Blvd. Forest Hills, N.Y., 1966, History MISS JOANNE SOBEL, 812 Hampton Court, Westbury, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Speech MISS SUZANNE B. SOBEL, 207-15 39 Avenue, Bayside 61, N.Y., 1964, Chem. MISS CAROL H. SOBER, 5716 Gist Avenue, Baltimore 15, Maryland, 1967, Speech Ther MRS. ANN S. SOFIA, 40 No. Long Beach Rd. Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1964, English MR. ALEX P. SOKOLOFF, 701 Monroe Boulevard, Long Beach, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MRS. PATRICIA SOKOLOW, 1 Patricia Lane, Woodmere, L.I., N.Y., 1964, English MR. RICHARD SOLBY, 16 Oak Street, Hicksville, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Psy. Ed. MR. JOSEPH SOLFANELLI, 519 Hicks Street, Brooklyn 31, N.Y., 1966, Psy. Ed. MR. GARY SOLODKIN, 54-12 69 Place, Maspeth 78, N.Y., 1964, Chem MISS JOYCE SOLOMON, 28-32 Bell Blvd., Bayside 60, N.Y., 1964, Speech MR. KENNETH R. SOLOMON, 41 Regina Road Farmingdale, New York, 1964, History MR. MARK A. SOLOMON, 20 Cripps Lane, Valley Stream, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Hist. MR. MICHAEL A. SOLOMON, 2511 April Lane, Bellrnore, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Bio. MR. SAMUEL SOLOMON, 3 Janis Street, Greenport, N.Y., 1965, Acct. MR. STEVEN SOLOMON, 1180 Pelham Parkway So., -Bronx 67, N.Y., 1964, Acct. MR. JOSEPH SOMMER, 85 Old Mill Road, Great Neck, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. MICHAEL SONTAG, 116-40 237 Street Elmont, L.l., N.Y., 1966, B.A. Mgt. MISS MELINDA G. SOREN, 34 Return Lane, Levittown L.I., N.Y., 1965, ATEP MISS ELINOR SORIN, 69-29-182 Street, Flushing 65, New York, 1964, Biology MR. JAY SOSONKO, 2719 East 28th Street, Brooklyn 35, N.Y., 1967, Acct. MR. VAL A. SOUPIOS, 47 Sullivan Drive, Jericho, L.I., N.Y., 1967, History, Pre-Law MISS RHEA P. SOURIFMAN, 168 Stegman Street, Jersey City 5, N.J., 1966, Nursing MR. DONALD SOWARBY, 1525 12th Street, West Babylon, N.Y., 1967, B.A. MRS. MING JOAN SPARGIMINO, I Woodmere Ave., Glenwood Landing, N.Y., 1964, Music MR. CHARLES M. SPATZ, 136 Asbury Avenue, Carle Place, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS LYNN C. SPECTOR, Youngs Gap Hotel, Liberty, New York, 1965, Speech MISS SUSAN F. SPENCER, 5 Gay Lore Drive West, Amityville, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Med-Tech MR. ALAN SPIELBERG, 1058 Roselle Place, Woodmere, L.l., N.Y., 1966, History MR. MICHAEL N. SPINDELL, 226-48 Kingsbury Ave., Flushing, N.Y., 1967, History MR. EDWARD SPINELLI, 90 Kernochan Avenue, Hempsteat, L.I., N.Y., 1965, B.A. MR. DENNIS A. SPINK, 343 Linden Place, Westbury, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Pre-Med MISS JUNE D. SPIRER, 1596 Lakeview Drive, Hewlett, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Soc. MR. STEVEN B. SPIRO, 126 Church Street, New Rochelle, N.Y., 1964, Psych. MR. JERROLD SPITZBERG, 219 Scranton Avenue, Lynbrook, L.l., N.Y., 1965, B.A. MR. WILLIAM SPRAGUE, 1553 Beniamin Avenue, East Meadow, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Phys. Ed. MR. WALTER M. SPURGE, JR., 21 Greenridge Ave., Garden City, L.I., N.Y., 1966, B.A., Mktg. MISS RUTH STALOFF, 28 Knoll Lane, Roslyn Heights, N.Y., Spec. MR. BENTON STARK, 266 Red Maple Dr., Levittown, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Hist. MR. JEFFREY H. STEADMAN, 2028 Lockport-Olcott Road, Burt, New York, 1967, Psych. MISS EILEEN R. STEARNS, 211-35 23rd Ave., Bayside, N.Y., 1964, Speech MR. BORDAN STEC, 19 Myers Avenue, Hicksville, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Art MR. EDWARD STEDRONSKY, 27 Bulger Street, Babylon, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Phys. Ed. MISS TONI ANN STEELE, 95 Brandt Place, Bronx 53, New York, 1965, S.W. MR. THOMAS A. STEFANEK, 12 North Drive, No. New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1966, Phys. Ed. MR. ALAN STEIN, 33 Dolores Drive, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1966, Govt. MISS CAROL STEIN, 25 Hawk Lane, Westbury, L.l., N.Y., 1967, German MR. EDWARD STEIN, 122 Combs Avenue, Woodmere, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Chem. MR. PETER STEIN, 993 Maple Drive, Franklin Square, N.Y., 1966, Acct. MR. RICHARD STEINBERG, 2790 Bragg Street, Brooklyn 35, N.Y., 1967, Bio. Pre-Med MR. WILLIAM STEINGER, 9801 Shore Road, Brooklyn 9, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. HOWARD STEINHARDT, 205 West End Avenue, New York 23, N.Y., 1967, History, Pre-Law MISS MIRIAM S. STEINHARDT, 205 West End Avenue, New York, N.Y., 1966, Psych MISS PHYLLIS STEINMAN, 168 Glenwood Avenue, New London, Conn., 1967, English MISS JANET C. STEPHENS, 241-31 149th Avenue, Rosedale 22, N.Y., 1966, History MISS JOAN STEPHAN, 38 N. Long Beach Rd., Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1966, Phys. Ed. MR. ELIAS P. STERGAKOS, 37 Stowe Place, Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Physics MISS MARSHA STERN, 2733 First Place, Baldwin, L.l., N.Y., 1967, English MR. MARTIN STERN, 151-30 26 Avenue, Flushing 54, N.Y., 1965, History MISS MICHELE J. STERN, 96 Oakdale Lane, Roslyn Heights, N.Y., 1967, Spanish MR. PETER M. STERN, 56 Oakdale Drive, Rochester 18, N.Y., 1967, Chem. MR. RICHARD STERN, 69-14 218th Street, Bayside, N.Y., 1965, Psych MR. RICHARD E. STERN, 37 Lords Way, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1964, Bio. MISS TANIA STERNSON, 3167 Oceanside Road, Oceanside, L.l., N.Y., 1966, French MISS DOROTHY M. STERRETT, 1414 Adams Street, Elmont, New York, 1965, Bus. Ed. MR. EDWARD G. STEVENS, 56 Plymouth Road, Great Neck, N.Y.., 1965, Acct. MR. THOMAS M. STEYER, Edt. Canaima, Apt. 301, Ave. Miranda, Chacaitb, Caracas, Venezuela, 1967, Acct. MR. AVERY STIGLITZ, 5 Prospect Place, Plainview, L.1 N.Y., 1956, Pre-Med MISS LORETTA STODEL, 125 Chestnut Drive, Roslyn, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Psych. MR. BLAIR STONE, 17 West Drive, Port Washington, L.l., N.Y., 1964, English MR. MITCHELL STONE, 64 Brixton Road So., West Hempstead, N.Y., 1964, Govt. MISS WENDY M. STONE, The Playhouse, Mill River Road, Oyster Bay, N.Y., 1964, Spe. The. MISS SUSAN STRANG, 145 Marshall Avenue, Floral Park, N.Y., 1964, Psych MR. WILLIAM N. STRATIGOS, 79 Oakland Street, Huntington, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Pre-Med MR. FREDERICK STRAUSS, 256 Bedford Avenue, Buffalo 16, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS SHARON L. STRAUSS, 353 Foxhurst Road, Oceanside, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Speech MR. JOHN STRELLA, 15 Walker Avenue, Syosset, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS SUSAN J. STROUSE, 30-01 Seagirt Boulevard, Far Rockaway 91, N.Y., 1966, Phys. Ed. MR. DALE STRUBBE, 112 Newmarket Road, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1965, B.A. Mgt. MISS GLADYS STUART, 2120 Wantagh Ave., Wantagh, L.l., N.Y., 1965, English MR. JEFFREY STUTZ, 10 Arden Court, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med MR. EDUARDO SUAREZ, 19 Walbridge Avenue, Babylon, N.Y., 1967, Engin. MR. ANUNAT SUCHINAI, 'Xa Lake Grove School, Lake Grove, N.Y., 1967, B.A. Mgt. MISS DOROTHY E. SULKOWSKI, 78 Rockledge Drive, West Hartford 7, Conn., 1966, English MISS PATRICIA A. SULLIVAN, Nurses Residence, Meadowbrook Hospital, Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Nursing MR. MARK SULTAN, 504 Croyden Road, Garden City So., N.Y., 1964, Acct. MISS FRANCES SUPRANOWICZ, Bos 71 Nurses Residence, Meadowbrook Hospital, Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Nursing MISS CAROL M. SUSSAL, 1000 Northern Blvd., Baldwin, L.l., N.Y., 1964, ANTEP MR. KENNETH SUTTON, 20 Box 418 Cynthia Lane, Center Moriches, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. DAVID SWANSON, 164 Pine Street, Freeport, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Hist. MISS VERONICA SWARTS, 226 Rider Avenue, Malverne, L.l., N.Y., 1964, English MR. ROBERT SWEENEY, 224 East Seaman Ave., Freeport, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Speech MISS MELODIE O. SYBALSKI, 38 Raft Avenue, Mineola, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS ROSA A. SZENDY, 5 Walnut Lane, Hicksville, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Art MISS SUSAN TABAKMAN, 64-49 Wetherole St., Rego Park 74, N.Y., 1966, Chem. MISS BONITA R. TACKEL, 261 Wynsum Ave., Merrick, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. STEWART TAIN, 65-44 Saunders Street, Rego Park 74, N.Y., 1965, Speech MR. STEVEN TAINSKY, 3519 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn 10, N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med' MR. JOHN M. TAKAKIS, Myrina Lemnos, Lemnos, Greece, 1967, Physics MR. KENNETH JOEL TALESNICK, 1266 Julia Lane, North Bellmore, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Psych MR. WILLIAM TALMADGE, 40-29 204th Street, Bayside ei, N.Y., 1966, ind. Mgr. MR. VICTOR J. TANENHOLZ, 16-21 160th Street, Whitestone 67, N.Y., 1966, Psych. MISS BARBARA G. TANINBAUM, 218 Wagner Ave., Mamaroneck, N.Y., 1964, History MISS SUSAN J. TANKOOS, 20 Polo Field Lane, Great Neck, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Eng. MISS JOYCE TANNEN, 25 Greenwood Lane, Roslyn, L.l., N.Y., 1965, B.A., Sec. MR. BRUCE TARR, 55 Meadow Lane, New Rochelle, N.Y., 1965, Hist, 8- Gov. MR. DENNIS J. TARTAKOW, 45 Sparrow Lane, Levittown, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Bio MISS BARBARA G. TAUBER, 14 Lincrest Street, Syosset, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Atep MISS RUTH N. TAURIELLO, 123 Jewett Parkway, Buffalo 14, N.Y., 1966, Art Design MR. ERIC TAUSSIG, 276 Boulevard, Scarsdale, New York, 1966, Govt. MISS ELEANORA TAWFIK, 'Ma Mr. Selim Tawfik, 220 West 42nd St., New York 36, N.Y., 1966, French MISS LEATHIA MAE TAYLOR, 75 Brixton Road, West Hempstead, N.Y., 1964, English MISS BARBARA TEAGUE, 244 Gerritsen Ave., Bayport, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Soc. MR. CHARLES DAVID TELEFUS, 389 Abington Place, East Meadow, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Chem. MR. PAUL W. TERKELTOUB, 217-16 47th Road, Bayside 61, N.Y., 1966, Pers. Mgt. MISS RUTH M. TERNER, 70-09 165 Street Flushing 65, New York, 1965, Speech MISS SUSAN G. THAW, 83-47 248th Street, Bellerose 26, N.Y., 1967, Atep MISS JUDITH D. THEOBALD, 1062 East 42nd Street, Brooklyn 10, N.Y., 1964, Math. MR. PETER THOM, 215 East 68th Street, New York 21, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MR. GERALD LEE THOMAS, 204 Fisk Place, Massapequa, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Speech MISS HAROLYN THOMAS, 131 So. Harrison St., Easton, Maryland, 1967, Undec. MR. ROBERT THOMAS, 55 Maple Avenue, Eastchester, N.Y., 1967, B.A. Mgt. MR. DONALD A. THOMPSON, 122 Biltmore Blvd., Massapequa, N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med MR. DEAN THRESHER, JR., 6 Sealey Ave., Hayes House, Apt. 6B, Hempstead, N.Y., 1964, Bio. MISS DOLORES J. TIERNEY, 2917 Yale Place, Baldwin, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Nursing MISS JEAN TILDEN, 78 Atlantic Ave., Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Math. MR. PAULHENRY TILL, 3559 Bunker Avenue, Wantagh, L.1., N.Y., 1964, Hist. Bt Gov. MR. EDMUND C. TIMBERLAKE, 361 Park Avenue, Manhasset, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Ind. Mgt. MR. WILLIAM J. TOBIN, 533 Patterson Street, East Meadow, N.Y., 1966, B.A. Mktg. MISS RUTH TOFFEL, 122 Chester Avenue, Garden 185 City, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. DAVID L. TOOLE, 454 Main Street, Port Washington, N.Y., 1964, Gen. Bus. MR. NICHOLAS V. TORNATORE, 6724 13th Avenue, Brooklyn 19, N.Y., 1967, Am. Civ. MISS DIANA TORRACA, 38 Woodlawn Avenue, Valley Stream, L.l., N.Y., 1965, French MR. JOHN TORTORICI, 17 Gay Lore Drive, Huntington, N.Y., 1965, Mktg. MRS. JOAN TOUGER, 453 McDermott Road, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1964, Biology MR. CLIFFORD E. TREIBER, 121 Deepath, Roslyn Heights, N.Y., 1964, B.A., Mktg. MR. JOHN Y. TRENT, 19 Mohegan Avenue, Port Washington, N.Y., 1966, Acct. MISS ROBERTA TRIFON, 139-21 85th Drive Briarwood 35, N.Y., 1965, Gov't. MR. PETER A. TRIOLO, 2468 Norwood Ave., No. Bellmore, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Bio., Pre-Med. MR. ROGER P. TRO, 285 Alta Vista Drive, Yonkers, New York, 1967, Undec. MR. PHILIP L. TROIANI, 40 Mount Joy Avenue, Freeport, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Acct. MISS KAREN K. TROST, 21 Crestwood Road, Port Washington, N.Y., 1964, Psych. MISS LINDA TROTMAN, 25 Furman Court, Huntington, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS MARSHA TROUM, 17 Harding Drive, New Rochelle, N.Y., 1964, Antep MISS MARION E. TRUSCH, 133-63 Hook Creek Blvd., Valley Stream, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Antep MISS HELEN A. TSAGARIS, 35 Prospect Ave., Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Art MR. MICHAEL M. TUCKER, 51-10 Little Neck Parkway Little Neck 62, N.Y., 1967, Math. MR. RONALD A. TUCKER, 1464 Tyler Avenue, East Meadow, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Psych. MR. NEIL J. TUFANO, 141-15 58th Avenue, Flushing 55, N.Y., 1966, Phys. Ed. MISS RONNI SUE TUNKEL, 66 Olive Street, Lake Success, N.Y., 1965, Chem. MR. FRANK J. TURCO, 5816 14th Avenue, Brooklyn 19, N.Y., 1964, Acct. MR. ALAN TURETZ, 326 West Walnut Street, Long Beach, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. RONALD T. TURNER, 89 Ridge Lane, Levittown, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Psych. MR. JOSEPH C. TURSI, 80-14 264 Street, Glen Oaks, N.Y., 1964, Music MISS DEBORAH L. TUTTLE, 15 Cosby Avenue, Amherst, Mass., 1967, Dance MR. ROBERT TUXSON, 134 Charles Street, Floral Park, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Biology MR. RICHARD N. TYLER, 111-36 75th Road, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1966, Psych MISS BONNIE A. UDIN, 2280 Sedgwick Avenue, New York 68, N.Y., 1965, B.A. MR. BRUCE R. UELAND, 244-32 88 Road, Bellerose 26, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. LAWRENCE R. UHLICK, 30 Waldorf Avenue, Elmont, L.l., N.Y., 1966, History MISS VALERIE K. UNANDER, 18 Middleton Road, Greenport, New York, 1965, Sp. 81 Ther. MR. ROBERT C. URBAN, 380 So. Second Street, Lindenhurst, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Biology MISS ELLEN L. USHKOW, 142 Wagon Road, Roslyn Heights, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Spanish MR. ANTHONY J. VAGLIO, JR., 25 Eaton Road, Syosset, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Music MISS GLORIA V. VAGLIO, 25 Eaton Road, Syosset, L.l., N.Y., 1967, English MRS. SUE LEE VALENTINER, 2052 Belmont Avenue, Elmont, L.l., N.Y., 1966, D.M.H. MRS. MARY VANALLEN, 342 Latham Road, Mineola, L.l., N.Y., 1965, SpeechThe. MR. ALFRED G. VANDERMAAS, 218 Crombie Street, Huntington Station, N.Y., 1966, B.A. MR. WALTER VAN DYNE, 30 Maple Ave., Cedarhurst, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Eco. MR. PAUL VAN NIEWERBURGH, 26 Vernon Street, Plainview, N.Y., 1965, Soc. MR. JON VAN PRAAGH, 526 Warren Blvd., Garden city, N.Y., 1964, chem. MISS PATRICIA VANSTON, 85 Alden Avenue, North Valley Stream, N.Y., 1965, Nursing MISS JOHANNA VECCHIONE, 184-69 Midland Parkway, Jamaica 32, N.Y., 1964, Art MISS CHRISTINA I. VELAZQUEZ, 177 Beach Street, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1965, Spanish MR. JOSEPH B. VENTURA, 237 Himrod Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1965, Phys. Ed. MR. PETER JOHN VISCONTI, 350 Adams Avenue, West Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Bio MISS ALEXIS VITALI, 640 Peter Paul Drive, West Islip, l..l., N.Y., 1964, History MR. PAUL A. VITULLI, 736 Meacham Avenue, Elmont, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Pre-Med, Bio MISS SUSAN M. VLAUN, 10 Wexford Street, Huntington, N.Y., 1966, Anthro. MISS CAROL ANN VOGEL, 10 Fenimore Avenue, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Phys. Ed. MR. DOUGLAS B. VOGEL, 1637 East 28th Street, Brooklyn 29, N.Y., 1965, Hist. MISS BRUNA GRACE VOLPE, 14 Woodland Drive, Port Washington, L.l. N.Y., 1965, Speech MISS LYNNE R. VOLPE, 294 West Second Street Corning, New York, 1966, Nursing MR. DONALD G. VOSS, 69 Sugar Maple Drive, Roslyn, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Math. MR. RICHARD H. VOSS, 69 Sugar Maple Drive, Roslyn, N.Y., 1965, App. Phys. MR. ALAN R. WACHTEL, 1112 Carroll Place, New York 56, N.Y., 1966, Psych MISS LYNNE T. WACHTEL, 301 E. 48th Street New York City 17, N.Y., 1966, Mkt. MISS LUCY D. WACHTER, 3 Brook Bridge Road, Great Neck, L.l., N.Y., 1964, French MR. CARL A. WAGMAN, 120 Gale Place, Bronx 63, N.Y., 1964, Psych MISS BARBARA WAGNER, 347 Brixton Road So., Garden City, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Soc. MR. KENNETH WAGNER, 5111 Merillon, Garden City, N.Y., 1964, B.A. I-Mg MR. LEO WAGNER, 102-32 65 Avenue, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1966, History MR. NORMAN H. WAGNER, 23 Highmeadow Road, Manhasset, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Chem. MR. ARTHUR CHARLES WALCH, 1329 Smith Avenue, North Bellmore, N.Y., 1966, Biology MISS IRIS J. WALDMAN, 1114 McDonald Ave., Wantagh, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Math. MR. LESLIE B. WALKER, 26 Fairview Avenue, Newark 3, N..l., 1966, Psych MISS ROBERTA E. WALKER, 71-44 Harrow Street, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1965, Bio-Med T MR. JOSEPH WALL, 41-71 249th Street, Little Neck 63, N.Y., 1966, Phys. Ed. MR. DAVID WALLACH, 1625 President Street, Brooklyn 13, N.Y., 1966, Speech D.A. MISS STEPHANIE J. WALLIS, 82-44 213 Street, Hollis Hills 27, N.Y., 1965 Antep MR. FRANK X. WALSH, 90-11 149th Street, Apt. 3n 'Ms Kunklin, Jamaica, N.Y., 1967, Psych. MISS TERRY WALSH, Sub Station 60, Queens Village 27, N.Y., 1967, D.M.H. MISS RUTH ANN WALTER, 3 Concord Ave., Maplewood, N.J., 1965, Nursing MISS ALICE WALTON, 12 lngellore Court, Smithtown, N.Y., 1967, Phys. Ed. MR. STANLEY WAN, 557-7th Street, West Hempstead, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Mgt, Sm. Bus MR. ROGER WANGERIN, 315 Marshall Avenue, West Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Econ. MISS PATRICIA WANTUCK, 299 Kilburn Road So., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MR. RICHARD WARD, 'Ms Slater, 39 Stonecutter Road, Levittown, L.1., N.Y., 1966, History MISS SANDRA WARD, 92 Moore Ave., Freeport, L.l., N.Y., 1966, ANTEP MR. ANDREW F. WARGO, 196 Perry Street, Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Psych. MISS SARA WARNER, 'Xi Mr. Bc Mrs. George Rose, 42 Kilburn Road, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS MARION WARSHAW, 26 Sewell Ave., Winthrop 52, Mass., 1964, Bio. MR. ROBERT N. WARSHAW, 112-50 7Bth Avenue, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1966, BA. Mang MR. JOHN WASHECKA, 171 N. Long Beach Ave., Freeport, L.l., N.Y., 1965, B.A. Acct. MR. JERRY WASSERMAN, 98 Stephen Street, Levittown, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Engin. MISS CAROL WASSERMAN, 69-O2 198th Street Flushing 65, N.Y., 1964, Dance MR. HOWARD WATERS, 69-33 180th Street, Flushing 65, N.Y., 1967, History, Pre-Law MISS ILEANA WATINS, 10 Lake Road, Great Neck, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Art MR. JAMES WAVLE, 82 Hearth Lane, Westbury, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Hts:-Govt. MR. ARNOLD WAX, Mayfair Apartments, Woodmere, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Govt. MISS JACQUELINE WAZNY, Box 339, Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, 1967, Undec. MISS ARVAYNE WEAVER, 2665 Lewinsville Road, McLean, Virginia, 1967, Nursing MR. IRA WECHSLER, 491 East 52nd Street, Brooklyn 3, N.Y., 1967, Math. MR. DAVID L. WEIL, 30 Pontiac Road, West Hartford, Conn., 1966, Pre-Med MISS LYDIA L. WEILER, 60 Maple Place, Central Islip, N.Y., 1964, Psych. MISS ALICE M. WEINBERG, 52 East Olive Street, Long Beach, N.Y., 1966, ANTEP MR. BARRY w. WEINER, 54 Plymouth Road. Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1964, Mktg S. Mgt MR. BARRY WEINER, B79 East 27th Street, Brooklyn 10, N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Dent MISS ESTELLE L. WEINER, 454 Steven Ave. West Hempstead, N.Y., 1967, Soc. MR. EDWARD WEINFELD, 1110 Wyatt Street, Bronx 60, N.Y., 1964, Acct. MR. IRWIN J. WEINFELD, 1110 Wyatt Street, Bronx, N.Y., 1964, Biology, Pre-Med MR. JAY E. WEINGARTNER, 85-95-98 Street, Woodhaven 21, New York, 1964, Phys. Ed. MR. PHILIP M. WEINGARTEN, 335 Oak Street, So. Hempstead, N.Y., 1966, Acct. MR. PHILIP J. WEINGROW, 10-11 Beach 12th Street, Far Rockaway 91, N.Y., 1967, Govt., Pre-Law MISS PAULA WEINKRANTZ, 445 East 14th Street, New York 9, N.Y., 1965, Mgt. Per. MISS SANDRA WEINREBE, 506 Ardsley Blvd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1965, Antep MISS RUTH E. WEINSHANKER, 12 Laurel Road, Swampscott, Mass., 1966, Undec. MR. RICHARD H. WEINSIER, 2 Central Drive, Great Neck, L.I., N.Y., 1965, B.A. Mgm-I MR. ALAN A. WEINSTEIN, 84 Oakland Avenue, Deer Park, N.Y., 1967, Mgt. MR. DALE WEINSTEIN, 103 Shepherd Lane, Roslyn Heights, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Psych MR. DANIEL J. WEINSTEIN, 137 Grace Street, Plainview, Ll., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. GERALD P. WEINSTEIN, 361 Daub Avenue, Hewlett, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Physics MISS JOAN C. WEINSTEIN, 41 Brixton Road, Garden City, N.Y., 1966, Psych. MISS LETTY WEINSTEIN, 284 Whitehall Blvd. So-I Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Art MISS MARSHA R. WEINSTEIN, 5604 Wexford Road, Baltimore 9, Maryland, 1967, ATEP MR. NORMAN R. WEINSTEIN, 3562 Centerview Aven-ue, Wantagh, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Math. MR. RICHARD WEINSTEIN, 769 Magnolia Drive, Franklin Square, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Hist. MRS. SUSAN WEINSTEIN, 97-20 57th Avenue, Corona 68, N.Y., 1964, Speech MISS CAROL I. WEINSTOCK, 557 Langley Ave., W. Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Math. MR. BARRY S. WEISBERG, 213-02 73 Avenue, Bayside, 64, N.Y., 1966, Govt. MISS LORI WEISBERGER, 2 Birchwood Ct., Apt. 5N, Mineola, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Soc. MISS BARBARA P. WEISS, 38 Netherwood Drive, Albertson, N.Y., 1966, History MRS. BARBARA L. WEISS, 280 Atlantic Ave., East Rockaway, N.Y., 1964, Art MR. DANIEL WEISS, 115-27 239th Street, Elmont, N.Y., 1964, B.A. Acct. MR. DANIEL WEISS, 115-57 239th Street, Elmont, Hyde Park, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS ELIZABETH M. WEISS, 610 South 9 Street New Hyde Park, L.l., N.Y., 1964, English MISS HILLARY KAREN WEISS, 317 Frank Ave., Mamaroneck, L.I., N.Y., 1965, El. Educ. MISS JOAN SUSAN WEISS, 295 East Shore Drive, Massapequa, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. PETER J. WEISS, 653 Vunard Blvd., West Hempstead, N.Y., 1966, Bio. MR. ALAN S. WEISSER, 150 Chestnut Road, Manhasset, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Govt. MR. ARTHUR WEISSGLASS, 134-34 234th Street, Laurelton 22, N.Y., 1966, Acct. MISS CAROL S. WEISSMAN, 100 Anchorage Road, Hewlett Bay Park, N.Y., 1967, Art MISS LAURA WEITZ, 34-15 Parsons Blvd., Flushing, N.Y., 1964, Speech MR. STEVEN R. WEITZMAN, 2971 Shore Drive, Merrick, L.l., N.Y., 1965, B.A., Mgt. MR. DANIEL W. WELDEN, 1106 America Avenue, North Babylon, N.Y., 1964, Art Ed. MR. GEORGE WEI,SCH, Gully Landing Road, P.O. Box 14, Miller Place, N.Y., 1967, Nursing MISS GAIL N. WENDEL, 108 Dogwood Road, Roslyn, L.1., N.Y., 1965, Psych. MISS JOAN R. WERBLE, 225 Whitehall Road So., 186 Garden City So. L.l., N.Y., 1966, Bio. MISS DONNA C. WERTHEIM, 9 Capri Drive, Roslyn, L.l., N.Y., 1967, History, Pre-Law MISS SUSAN E. WEXLER, 99 Randall Ave., Freeport, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Art MR. STEWART WICKSMAN, 264-16 Union Turnpike, Floral Park, N.Y., 1965, Hist.-Gov. MISS ANDREA JOAN WIDELITZ, 6 Cathay Road, East Rockaway, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Hist. MISS NANCY P. WIEBER, 111 Seventh Street, Garden Cary, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MISS LINDA K. WIEMEYER, 178 W. Cypress Lane, Westbury, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Speech 8. Dr MR. ARTHUR WIENER, 3321 Avenue M, Brooklyn IO, N.Y., 1965, Govt. MR. RICHARD J. WIGLARZ, 370 Horton Highway, Mineola, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Acct. MR. STANLEY A. WILHELMSON, 1295 Warwick Street Uniondale, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Physics MR. ROBERT C. WILKINS, 341-12 Street, West Babylon, N.Y., 1967, History MR. RONALD WILLDIGG, 38 Ontario Road, Bellerose, N.Y., 1965, Hlst MR. JOEL WILLEN, 147-10 76 Avenue, Flushing 67, New York, 1966, Psy. Educ. MISS JUANITA WILLIAMSON, 35-11 165 Street, Flushing 58, N.Y., 1966, Pre-Med MR. RONALD WILLS, 143 Garden Street, Garden City, N.Y., 1966, English MR. JOHN WILLS, 351 Adams Avenue, West Hempstead, N.Y., 1967, Acct. MISS JANE L. WILSON, 41 Brixton Road, Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Nursing MR. ROBERT WIMMERS, Harbor Rd., Harbor Acres, Port Washington, N.Y., 1964, B.A., Mktg. MR. ERNEST WINBERG, 87-48 125th Street, Richmond Hill, N.Y., 1965, History MR. JOHN C. WINDECKER, P.O. Box 70, Old Westbury, L.l., 1964, English MISS LAURA A. WINER, 210 Broadtield Road, New Rochelle, N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med MR. GARY G. WINNE, 214 Cedar Street Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Soc. MISS EILEEN WINTERSTEIN, 44 Lincoln Street Farmingdale, L.l., N.Y., 1966, History MISS SUSAN WINTNER, 235 Steven Place, Woodmere, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Sp. Drama., Art-Eng. MISS JOAN E. WISCH, 54 Strathrnore Lane, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1965, Math. MR. THOMAS F. WISWALL, 40 Wood Avenue, Amityville, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. FRED WITTENBERG, 130-60 Francis Lewis Blvd. Laurelton IO, N.Y., 1964, Eng. MR. EDWARD H. WOHL, 158 Wright Road, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1965, Hist. 8- Gov. MISS LESLIE J. WOHL, 43 Boat Lane, Levittown, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. PETER K. WOHNSIGL, 107-23 131 Street, Richmond Hill 19, N.Y., 1966, Phys. Ed. MR. HARVEY A. WOLF, 54 Michele Terrace, Massapequa, N.Y., 1966, Acct. MISS JACQUELINE WOLF, 98 Thornton Road, Chestnut Hill 67, Mass., 1967, French MR. LEWIS S. WOLF, 764 Palmetto Drive, Franklin Square, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Chem. MISS JOHANNA WOLFE, Kettlecreek Road, Weston, Conn., 1966, Psych. MISS CAROL WOLITZKY, 414 Garden Blvd. Garden City, N.Y., 1966, Spe. Ther. MISS JEAN WOLLENBERG, 43 Morris Avenue West, Malverne, N.Y., 1967, Phys. Ed. MISS VIRGINIA WOLLNY, 201-22 Epson Course, Holliswood 27, N.Y., 1967, Art MISS BLANCHE M. WOLTERING, 40-25 Hampton Street, Elmhurst 73, N.Y., 1964, Art MR. TIN CHEE WONG, 307 Wallabout St., Apt. 12A, Brooklyn 6, N.Y., 1967, Chem. MISS CHARLOTTE L. WOOD, 72 Otis Avenue, Staten Island 6, N.Y., 1964, Nursing MR. WILLIAM F. WOODBURY, JR., 8 Alden Avenue, Va-lley Stream, N.Y., 1964, Mktg. MR. ROBERT T. WOODS, 112-29 201 Albans 12, New York, 1964, Psy. Ed. MR. IRWIN WORTMAN, 9512 Avenue B, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1964, Phys. Ed. MISS BARBARA WRIGHT, 106 Herkimer Street, No. Bellmore, N.Y., 1967, Med. Tech. MR. EUGENE C. WRIGHT, 60 Bennett Avenue, Roosevelt, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Chem. MISS MARGARET WU, 331 Pennsylvanian Ave., Mineola, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Art . ..l...-.- MISS EILEEN YACKER, 44 Sealy Drive, Lawrence, NY., 1965, English MR. MICHAEL YATCHYSHYN: 16 Street, St. Mitchell Place, Manhasset, L.l., NY., 1966, B.A. MISS GLORIA D. YELENIK, 91408 63th Avenue, Forest Hills 75, NY., 1964, Biology MISS JUDITH YELLIN, 2 Gresser Avenue, Linden, NJ. 1964, Art MISS SUSAN YOERG, 245 North Ellicott St. Williamsville 21, N.Y., 1967, Nursing MR. MARSHALL YOKELL, 230 Jackson Street, Hempstead, L.l., NY., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med MR. CHARLES W. YOUNG, 339 Church Avenue, Woodmere, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Acct. MR. JOSEPH DANIEL YOUNG, 114 Fenimore Street, Brooklyn 25, New York, 1965, Amer. Civ. MR. LAWRENCE YUDESS, 184 Clarkson Ave., Brooklyn 26, NY., 1967, Govt. MRS. JUDITH M. YUDT, iaoo Shipley Ave., Apt. L, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1964, Nursing MISS ILONA M. YUHASZ, 125-20 5th Avenue, College Point 56, NY., 1965, Nursing MR. PETER ZADIS, 324 Linden Place, Westbury, NY., 1967, Econ. MISS VERONICA ZADIS, 324 Linden Place, Westbury, L.l., NY., 1967, ATEP MISS LAURA ZAFFT, 31 Roxbury Road, Port Washington, N.Y. 11050, 1967, English MISS ANITA D. ZAIFERT, 341 Kensington Road So. Garden City, NY., 1967, ATEP MR. STEVEN ZAKEN, 609 Barnard Avenue, Woodmere, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Acct, MR. GEORGE E. ZANETAKOS, 2535 East 22 Street, Brooklyn 35, NY., 1966, Chem. MR. JEFFREY ZANG, 24 Lynwood Drive, Valley Stream, NY., 1964, Speech MR. MAHMOUD ZANHANEH, 160 Hilton Ave., Apt BG, Hempstead, NY., 1966, Bio., Pre-Med MR. ABRAHAM ZAVELOFF, 113-18 Sutphln Blvd., Jamaica, L.l., NY., Spec. MISS ELEANOR D. ZEESE, 27 Summit Street, Huntington, L.l., NY., 1964, English MISS MARA L. ZEITZ, 'Xa Mrs. Alva Bernard, 10295 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, Florida, 1966, Psych MRS. ANNETTE ZEMSER, 506 Dogwood Ave., Franklin Square, N.Y., 1964, English 187 1 MISS VIRGINIA J. ZIEGLER, 1 Dumbarton Drive, Huntington, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Psych. l MISS PHYLLIS S. ZIMMERMAN, 25 Frances Drive, Westbury, L.l., N.Y., 1967, ATEP MR. WILLIAM J. ZIMMERMAN, 124 Brixton Road So., West Hempstead, N.Y., 1966, History MR. STEVEN ZINN, 58-23 205 Street, Bayside 64, N.Y., 1966, Pre-Med. MR. WILLIAM .I. ZINO, 883 Edward Street, Baldwin, L.l., NY., 1964, English MISS JUDY E. ZIPSER, 1055 McLean Avenue, Wantagh, L.l., NY., 1965, Soc. Wk MISS HELEN ZISSER, 150 East Beach Street, Long Beach, N.Y., 1966, S.W. 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