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' -- vu 2 ' 1 .- THE SPIRIT OF THE UNDERGRADUATE Amid the clicking of computer relays, the rumble of bulldozers, and the quoting of construction costs in the million-dollar bracket, the under- graduate still exists. He is often confused, lonely, and lost, feeling alone in a world that is not of his making. He may not be neglected, but he often feels that way. He finds himself in a lecture course with a hundred other students. He is thrown in with a group of strange people from all over the world whom he does not know and who do not know him. His instructors, pressed for time, often find it con- venient to brush off his questions with a sugges- tion that the student work on his own and find out the answer for himself. His classmates begin to form dormitory cliques, to join fraternities and sororities, and to become active in student organizations. He looks about himself for some- thing that will provide an aim or goal to his life, for something that will give him a purpose. This something may be a table in the Snack Bar, a girl, or a desk on the publications floor, but, hopefully, he finds it. If he does not, he soon learns that Adelphi is no place for anyone who has a trace of apron strings around his waist. Although the undergraduate is the lowest man on the academic totem pole, although he is often neglected, he is still the vital force which brings the University to life and this is his book. This book represents the spirit that pervades the life of the Adelphi undergraduate. This is his story, seen through his eyes, and told in his words. 8 ,J I .., , ,.,, 5 A Vwgs' ,J V1 4 .' " ' 'lu A N - 'ps . un I -. r r "Tv Qs-1912: 0 September brought its heat, its classes, its hazing and its soccer games. At times the heat was so intense that instructors were forced to hold classes out of doors. At the first soccer game of the season, the students turned out full force. It was to be the largest crowd that would show up all season. Co-eds swelled the bleachers, adding a touch of glamour to the boisterous crowd. The exuberant and opti- mistic students arrived early in order to reserve a seat. lt was a good game in spite of the Panther's defeat to Brown by a l-0 score. ll For many of the Freshmen, Orientation and Hazing were their first ex- cursions into the big bad world of college. They were dragged from building to building in the smoldering September heat by group lead- ers, upperclassmen who wished to do service to their University and also line up a few likely looking prospects for their fraternity. Besides instructing the Freshmen in the ideals and traditions of the University, the group leaders taught them school songs, none of which are ever sung by any students. Later male members of the beanie crop had to meet the Sophs in a Tug of War, while the female Frosh cheered their heroes on to victory with a spirit that was superficial, but adequate. I2 AA E K 1- nd, ,, Pm.. I The cold, chilling rain of early fall arrived, bringing with it a return to classes and an introduction to the rush and chaos of the new curriculum system, which lengthened classes to either an hour or an hour and a half. It always began to rain just as the students had to make the long, unprotected dash from one end of the campus to the other. Despite the rush from class to class, from exam to exam, from paper to paper, a lucky few managed to find a few moments to themselves. Amid the organized chaos that could often be called an ulcer factory instead of a university, the lucky ones found an extra five minutes to have a smoke and chat with a friend. Y bt '-'-- 5-.f 1 5 'T I. 5sxL Xa ' x x- S- -'A X Q, -.NX ., I-, R M -1. S5125 . ,-. df" ,-4. X -fd-H' 4 'hw aan-1 ..--"e 1 xl: 5. m, ,-g. , H 1, Pg' ,xg I 1 , A-.J ' ' -1-9'-S-r iv. ' v u'gk.,1,. .4 A ! 1 N N A r w 1 4 'QQ "Al 1 1 , 1, A If a student elected to live in the dorms, he signed away his privacy for the next semester. Dorm living was one long round of shared showers, cafeteria lines, hot water that never stayed hot and noisy evenings. ln the winter, the eighteen degree wind whipped around the top floor of Chapman and Linen, and in the summer, the muggy weather made it impossible to either sleep or study. Some students spent all of their spare time in the dormitory rooms, while others seemed to go there only to sleep. The rooms were intended for studying and sleeping, but were used for everything from playing cards to bull sessions and political discussions. Male students played practical iokes. The women found the curfew hours too restricting. I9 20 l The University's students num- bered close to three thousand. They came from all over the earth and were of all types, ages, temperaments, and sizes. Despite the IBM system that was newly introduced, they still iammed Levermore at Registra- tion. They forced classes to over- flow and created gigantic traffic iams as they formed lines in Post at the noon hour. They seemed to be everywhere, and there seemed to be no escaping them. But the moment always came when they seemed to disappear from the earth like lemmings. On these in- frequent occasions, there was time to catch a few moments alone on the grass. 21 1. ".5..""":.:3!E'. s. ""'vi1!zrv-.... J f.-.'!'i-' A -'Li 1 -'.i - 1 -v Y L pin 9. 1 1 r The thought of Post Hall caused anxiety in any student unfortu- nate enough to have a meal ticket. He was faced at every meal with a group of white- haired grouches who detied him to complain or look askance while selecting one of the various over- cooked bland repasts. His next problem was one of rattling off his meal ticket number to the cashier before his slighty warm food cooled. :lair . UF- 1 i 5. : ll' l. 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H ' I Agni ' 4 E Sw 'R' as aff fqffii 5. 1 M xv- Ti 12 ff NR1.q,4.,,-'ln -0 p 1 f 14 17" ' "El-I 4 .1551 , f The Snack Bar was without a doubt the most crowded, the least ventilated and the most overpriced eating place in Nassau County. lt was also the daylight gathering place for all Greeks. lt was carefully segregated into tables and every Greek made sure that he sat at his proper table, unless he wished to circulate among the sisters of the sorority across the aisle. lt was the place to go to find out the latest rumors on the tuition in- crease, the starting time of Saturday night's party and the location of this year's Greek Weekend. It was a convenient place to waste an hour while the student was cutting an eleven thirty class. But most of all it was a place to eat lunch. me 'if Ll ff' , wmv, i 4, , 'Q1'?' 29 'ff:1Vsf,- f i" f'S5ff'f'ff-. 3. 4, A' Lf-'?2ufxg', 151- .f21 , pf. . 31 ,L ur , hal, 1 , f-fav.. F -A '- f '5.f3gI17IL7r2. f -' VU.: .E ,J f?ffwQL"'f' gm?-' f 'i35",'-Yin w 1j'j"' ' I w ' - f . I! w U' W 25:-J NA "H R f f""' . ,, if vnW5f9:1L-:A y,':-f-3,-,-If . ' 'f N"'Qf: , ,nga 1 . Convocations were held once every semester. Each began with a stately procession of faculty and trustees, preceded by the Chancellor. The ceremonies were always conducted with much pomp and much circumstance, and a fair proportion of the students took advantage of the hour break from classes to attend these convocations. On the stage of the gym, in front of the blue velvet curtain, the honors were conferred and the University scholars were named. Applause was rendered the given few, and those who had not been chosen watched from their chairs with expressions of envy, de- rision, and a touch of admiration. l 31 ' r ',' . 1 .f Kg' ' - 1 - ,, Vf 1. f Bigggluanf If .- MA KE U5 E FRE ,f C UWRIFRS IAL . 1 A TAN PEN 'AKEIZ5 51. L IC7 SEM z F96 ig mi dm fe, 33 University undergraduates protested as usual, but on one particular occasion the protest took the form of a history making cooperative rally involving both students and professors. Perhaps students and two professors would be more accurate, since only two of the faculty members who appeared for the cause of academic freedom-the right of students to invite controversial speakers- actually supported the issue: Dr. Donald Koster and Dr. Robert Johnson. The rest were either hostile or sarcastic.. . utfrnwavv-f.vr',-am W al A QV! --A n 4:42 lust idil 2 - 1' 'Web in f, 39. -N' , ', , 8, Q A 4 Q . ,, 5-an Q 37 The evenings on the University campus were as varied as the students themselves. Those who could play bridge picked up a foursome and passed the evening discussing Post Hall Poison or the Theory of Relativity or the disappearance of Mary Richardson. Some dragged their troubles to the Blossom in the hope of forgetting their problems momentarily in the smoky, crowded and loud atmosphere. Others checked the University calendar of events and could not wait for the semester to end. For others, the pressure of classes and assignments weighed too heavily for them to waste an evening. These conscientious students spent their evenings with their books, trying to understand the method of balancing ionic equations and memorizing Spanish verbs. For them, it was an enioyable evening. 39 1 For many of the students, their educational progress was often lonely. It was long hours bent over a desk in the dormitory lounges and lonely trudges through the deepening snow to the Swirbul Library for a book that they had forgotten to take out. lt was silent evenings spent alone in a room with the snow drifting deep and feathery on the windowsill, trying to read two hundred and fifty pages before the exam that was scheduled for eight the next morning. lt was trying to find a quiet spot for some precious last minute search for additional information with which to pad a paper. lt was becoming lost in a textbook, trying to assimilate in a single night fifteen weeks of knowledge. "W-if V fgf , 'X If . k ' , 9 U K a Q M K' ' ex .I 5109934 -fi X4 'Q Q. 2 1 , fx IT was offen c lonely world Mm 4. 1 'Ir- LAI V -My A-' 91352 y N... H . , J. W 5, ww FM' .1. w w m. ww JN f: 'Eg L .VNQQXQAW1 lm 1"f R 1 w 1? wg 5 The clank of the bulldozer was heard in the land as the University constructed its new dorm. As the building grew floor by floor, plans were developed for a Student Union Building that would express the visionary ideals of the planners and the new spirit of the University. After countless hours of discussion and endless contemplation amidst the inspiring environment of Canoe Place, the "campus leaders" re- turned to Adelphi with the some floor plan of the S.U., but at least they had had a frolicking weekend vacation that was paid for by all of the "campus insignificants". 45 1 w Bobby Kennedy expostulated on the liberal democratic challenge of the future. Ken Keating lionized the Republican Party. Students cheered, booed, clapped, stomped their feet. Slogans fluttered on banners in the breeze. RFK, America's young political hotshot, took them by storm, as he did every- where else. Ken Keating at- tracted less of a group as he did everywhere else. Never be- fore had Adelphi's campus seen such aggressive political ac- tivity, never before such an ar- ray of big shots and little shots. And when the cheering was over, reaction on campus mir- rored the results of election day: RFK won, despite having been introduced by President Eddy as Robert F. Keating. 47 48 CEU P1 QMS SSEO! Trilby I 50 .,- -e' .- 1. f. . 1 ps r' lb 5,1 gg, X, ' I . I 1 , L . 1"'w Q ' A . K ,, ,Q ,Q V 23 ', ' .Ali :Q-Q93 YA Xu' ' - f'1"fi - ' 5'i3lf:7fLaf- , liilc-'fhf' l Qu-: V ' r I- R x, if ff-rf -' .H M, , t A , s 'LR -aa. gig . ." ' if X -A N, , -K' T9 S--'X A J 'wr ' N 1 k K. -5 A ix c . - N' -a- ,-ff if .1 41 . 5 Q, S , . gl: , L- . X, .Q 'v w ' - N X P Q: f .X JN- X ri? .1 x '. yxl -' XX- - RX? " 4 X. N' ' -" ,z ' 'N N ggi. 1 N- 'r 'X W1 , A Q -' ' JH Ti, if 5 -' V' L .'s!i'4X ," ! .I .gn , K I, -. . . xH R xx , J, -' zz," Q. . , ?5,f1:f "s I " 9-ty' V ' 1 PM .-,A 4 K' J " p " ' Q 2 f Q. A f W :asv ,, 31 A li. -uw' A . 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Mlss judllh Follows ..... Hnnnnh jnlkes ..,. Charlotln Gnodull .... Nonnn .,........,. Inkc Lnlla .... Holul Guufal ..,,. Bus Ladies ..., ...,..FIlANK GORMIELY . ,.... PAUL CAHILL .........jOAN LEVIN .....LINI'JA WIEMEYER ......NANCY SMATHERS .. . JEFFREY R. FEUERMAN ARAGONA ....................,...,.....S'I'EVEI3OOK , ...,.. ......... E ILBEN DnFELI'I'I'A. ELIZABETH EVANS SUSAN RI'ZHSIiMAN. KAROI. BDLIN. RITA FRUCHTER TIIBRE WILL BE A FII"'I'IZI-IN'MINlJ'I'Ii IN'l'lIRMISSION IIETWIIIEN ACT I AND II PMI I.I'I'TI.E TI-IEA'I'IHC D GARDEN CITY. I.. I.. NEW YORK ' DECEMBER 3. 4. 5 U I 4 I V W 55 ik' The snow descended on the campus with suddenness and silence, whitening the cornices on Levermore and filling the pond of the library. For commuting students, the snow was only an annoyance as it doubled their traveling time and curtailed their activities. As students went from class to class during the day, the snow made the walk from Blodgett to Harvey a nuisance. The snow drifted down the collars of their iackets and dampened the paper in their notebooks, along with giving them wet feet and flu that later proved to be an opportune excuse for class cutting. v ,f 1 . If J r 1. A "wir , xl , I fn: .-f" 8 riff 9' 0 ff: r 4 C J c D- J P 5 'El lx' Y af ,li 5+-,, fx .gsm .. fwnab . 6 ' V, 33 nf "-. x 1 P' .- '75 v , . O A ' w rw.-. Lf ii' 4. . 1 gl. S., E a gi -. 5 I 5, , ,M K1 '2 . , 5358 i Q: 'Li , H N! 1 ff 1 "w14Qsi4Q,, , 5 H 5,2 E A JA' .' -m w 1- - .. ,,,L,, 4 Y 4' The student began at the bottom. ln the University, he belonged to the low- est rank in the vast hierarchy. As he made the long, lonely march up to the third floor of Blodgett, he often felt like an ant squashed under the heel of the upper administration. But his plight did not go unnoticed. There were those whose iob it was to look down on him, care for him and guide him as he wandered through the seemingly endless maze of his education. Where the ivy cluttered around the Levermore windows, these people met in secret conference and decided his fate. But they did not make him a pawn on a chessboard, only a number in an IBM machine. 59 may fesfivcal N 1 Adelphi's twenty eighth May Day highlighted the annual Spring festival with the coronation of Her Maiesty, Signe Lowgren, and the presentation of the sororities' original skits based on the literature of England. Iota Alpha Pi placed first with their "Deterio- ration of Individual Spirit", while Alpha Epsilon Phi came in second with "Gulliver's Travels". Of course, in true sorority spirit, there was a great deal of poor sportsmanship regarding the decision of the iudges and the rehearsing of the skits. Louis Untermeyer provided an intellectual flavor to May Festival, while The Lettermen provided entertain- ment for the masses. The Opera Workshop's presenta- tion of "Don Giovanni" and Kappa Pi's Art Exhibit were ignored by most students. 61 1 1 62 I 63 "3Qnggg,,? V 4 T as The Krebs controversy designated a complicated, bitter, three way torpedo that hit the campus at the end of the first semester. Krebs, an instructor in sociology, was dismissed by the administration on the basis of curriculum irregularities. The faculty grumbled about AAUP regulations, while the students were protesting and while Krebs remained silent. Amidst rumors of Marxist affiliation, innuendo about examination discrepencies and cries of academic freedom, the superficial particulars submerged under one emphatic fact: Adelphi was alive, articulate and kicking. 66 s - ,- N 9 ' 13 . ww- ' 70 ima' Q N 2- -I: 4 . gr I I I I 4 5 1 7 F 1 I I 5 0 'D V 5 w X x . ,K vu 'Qx V R xl 1 71 For some students, college suddenly took on a new meaning as they dis- covered that certain Someone for whom they had long been waiting. And the campus was the perfect place for this discovery. Here, two students, usually one male and one female, could sit and discuss undying love and vowed to keep their promise when they were apart. But more often than not, the flower of their romance was ground under the heel of a Harvard man with pipe and Jaguar. G 1 , fu 'EN I fl., call university weekend 545' fe'?.,, .xi inf! N 1115 UE ,ilk 5 P li? S! 1 g W if V Q li Q 4 T .QF 1- x gi ! L,,Ak ,,, qvgv W A? , M 3' ff " gb "W if 5 X201 , In 1 K SQ ihtj A 5 W Q 'Q 5, 44,', :Q'z,, J nfl MJ 4 . v tn f -f Vi fi :m,..W,,... 5 :P Y . N . - 'W' vdlllu-1-pw-W., J. Q 5 i J' 'W E A N W na W? ,,i1, K A v X v 25: ,: , -X, W K wxw f A' P5 " -' ,. - MH-ww ,Wh 5 y L! :W k Y x X k I ,e 'P' ey .53 Q0 'f we E QA .d !,y.vw f , Studying was a lonely process. It was a quiet spot in a dorm hall while everyone else was out for the evening. If was a mass of open books and a note paper spread across a table in the library. But no matter where it was, it was always done alone. The student had to cut him- self off from the world and force himself to concentrate on the black and white squiggles on the page in front of him. For some, it came naturally. For others, it was like dying or having a tooth pulled. 1' 'n A Ns rg P-L. ' npr There were the good instructors, and there were the bad ones. The good ones spent their time trying to get their students to ask questions and become interested in the course, while the bad ones gave a dry droning lecture three times a week. The good ones did research and published their work in addition to class lectures, while the bad ones were content to leave things as they were. Fortunately for the students, there were more good instructors than there were bad ones. fp 1 83 - i' 'E KE! . aff 'xlij Y ' 21 M51 sf "Q" 751423, , 1 rg r W '4f f Ra1Q.K ,E 4' X 1 I J H 56, V T 'L Q EMPLHTV- qw .-, ig. 2 ki fu -' -I . s K N., J .h X n 5. 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Y .',:,, fhunp , .5. lg, K .W , N- n 1 , - Kwlf ' I' 'i v fi- i 'z."xi'f-Ng, 'gb -lg Rai kkg9f.". 'A - . -, X NNE 4 ' ' J 51 -. , if Y 1 ' ..6, Q ,' I , " .f 4's'..1"'e " .' I gl 'if :yd . -, 1' , " "' ng ' L V.: I , gl -nb I Q --J I i N1 fi- f lg. if 1 f lui , "', 4.195 D ', -X", U ' '- ." b . I .5 . .' i n? 'I-,rl , l V' fy .. ,, 4 J J ,I ,I J "' Q 4 'Q 1 . N4- ' ' For anyone with enough credits and the proper distribution requirements, the last, final day was Commencement Day. Last year, it was a bright, hot morning, and everyone's mortar board seemed iust a little wilted by the heat and humidity. After a very long speech, the graduates finally received their degrees. Then it was finished, and the graduates, heaving a sigh of relief, headed for West Hall to get out of the hot robes. 89 The year 1965 will stand out in your memories as an important "Turning point." It marks the close of your undergraduate college career and the beginning of new ventures in graduate study, a vocation, or a family life of your own. For me, 1965 marks the twenty-eighth year during which I have served as President of Adelphi Col lege-University, and as l reminisce about the years past, it seems that each period was filled with challenges and opportunities which most men find only once in a life time. A These years have seen many changes in our economy, our social practices and our educational systems. This development and evolution will continue. In spite of the significant strides which we have taken in higher education, you and the other college graduates in the United States remain a distinct minority among the vast masses of the world who re- main uneducated and even illiterate. To you then are offered the challenges and the opportunities for the future. There can only be "Turning Points," Advancements and Great Achievements if our nation and the world has the leadership which you as educated men and women can give. In July, our University will have a new President and another "Turning Point" in my life will be reached. I know that my efforts and those of my dedicated colleagues will be reflected in the services which you give to your generation as you carry on the tasks which still remain to build a better world for all mankind. PAUL DAWSON EDDY aw-ggi-Q f' .WX ga. , , , MQ 4 uw E 5 . ww -.X , V ' W 1, W 1 . . wiv V gf- --.U ,I If , 421 U, V- -ur I A 1: 4 V -' 4 L ' 1 S ef? 5 fi -M Q YW' ' ,,.'5?', v ' .. 51-zwy M: F 'J 4.4451 Q9 ' ' s, f ', J- - Vx, ,mfg A yg .1 M' 5 .f 1 gig . f 31 w wflfia 43V I W., K, 5 ,, I 4' We live today in a world of visible, and at times violent, social and cultural change. The prob- lems of such a world challenge all men, but they challenge particularly the educator and those who would be educated. Recognizing the dangers which confront us, some would prepare for the future by violently disowning the past, throwing it overboard like spoiled cargo, others cling desperately to the past, ignore the present, and fear the future. The truly educated man knows that we can hope to live significantly in the present only by continu- ously preparing for the future, but he also knows that such preparation cannot be made by denying the past. Accepting the imperatives of change, he tests his theories against the accumula- tion of experience, for he knows that only by such a process can the future be made promising and liveable. Living itself demands simultaneously an intense awareness of the present, an acceptance of a problematic future, and a developed understanding of the past. At this moment in our history, we, too, stand at such a juncture: behind us, a history of con- tinuous growth and development, before us, the promises and dangers of tomorrow. Realizing that historical continuity and acceptance of change are not only possible, but absolutely necessary, in our confused world, I pledge myself, as the fifth president of Adelphi, to face present problems honestly and to carry our rich heritage forward to meet the problems of the future. ARTHUR w. BROWN ' 1 1 A ,.j! Ig 'J IT ,, r , 4 L s . ' 4 DEANS B 96 W - 3 , Q K I , .fl I l j" .ff P ,F QW fd-f ADMINISTRATION FLIRHODES EDWARD FI W. WARREN B. XL MARY C. RICHARD F. H gNDEdRER SMITH EICKELBERG Mc oizmies CLEMO Exeeutive Vice Vice President for VICS President fOr Deon of Faculty Deon of The School President Fincinciol AFIoirs Development of General Sfudies .f-Q, 'VN WILLIAM J. EILEEN M. RUTH 'S. ROGER DANIEL L. CONDON JACOB! HARLEY WINGETT BRATON Deon of Students Deon of School of Decm of Women Deon of Men Deon of Admissions ii' Nursing I E. BIDDLE ANNE A FREELAND MARY ANN JOSEPH HEG MEYER., CARDE ROBERTS VIGILANTE Assistant Deon of Assistant Deon of Business MGNGQGV DIVGCIOV of Personnel D600 Of School Of Admissions Admissions I 1 Services SOCICII Work WU .X . , W ROSEMARY A. MARY T. RUTH ROBERT W. 'J ETHELYN FEENEY EGGINTON KEEN MILLER MAC GILL Registrar Assistant Dean, School Bursar Director of Physical Manager of University of General Studies Plant Book Store KATHERINE VIRGINIA ELEANOR GERTRUDE LUCILLE3, RANGOS PUZO HAUB ANDERSON BORDINI Director of Publications Director of Publicity Ass't. to President Assff fo Deon of Ass't totDean of L Students Women -'-'al I PAULA ALICE RUTH -L D. NORA ROSE HEYNE RICHARD LINCKS GALLAGHER WILLIAMS Aging Di,-ecfor of Assff Director of Receptionist Head Librarian Director ofAIurn1ni Student Activities Student Activities Relations INSTITUTE DIRECTORS I WESLEY D. CAMP Acting Director of the Institute of the ALFRED M. VOGEL Director ot the Institute of Science and Mathematics K. -. -s 4-I Y Q, CHESTER W. GROCHOLA Director of the Institute of the Behavioral and Social Sciences Humanities RICHARD F. CLEMO Director of the Insiitufe of Creofive ond Performing Arts g .Q uqhsx I n JAMES F. BENDER Deon of the School of Business r , : GORDON F. DERNER GEORGE FAHERTY Director of Clinical Psychology Director of Intercollegiate Program and Director of Post- letics doctoral Program in Psychother- apy. ' i r. JACK T. HUBER ELIZABETH LEONARD KATHLEEN LOWRIE Director of Psychological Services Director ot International Educo- Director of Women's Residences! Center and Acting Coordinator tion of Associated Clinics l02 D. NORA GALLAGHER JOHN E. GILLICK, M.D. GERALD G. GLASS LEOLA S. HOROWITZ Director of Libraries Director of Medical Services Director of Reading and Study Director of Speech and Hearing Center Center MARY C. MCGRILLIES ELIZABETH O'NElLL LARRY PIRNIE KIRA ROBINSON of the Division of Gradu- Director of Placement and Schol- Director of Men's Residences Director of Program in Russian Studies arships 103 x srl L HAROLD J. ALLEN Acting Chairman, Department Philosophy and Religion .yi X I Y , . l ALVA V. EBERSOLE PAUL Z. FRISCH Department of Spanish Department ot Psychology uf -, , i JAMES MURRAY SIEGFRIED H. MULLER ARVILLA E. NOLAN Acting Chairman, Department of Department of German and Gen- Department of Health and Physi- English eral Linguistics cal EClUCGTiOn g.,, HARRY BERNSTEIN WESLEY D. CAMP MARIE E. CONKLIN y PAUL CROSSER Department of Dance Department of History and Gov- Department of Biology Acting Chairman, Department of ernment Economics x,, igiiitgit iff 3 xiii 1 , i"53f'-5 . 1 , iggzeggg., ' :git GP: thy Iva :QSSS 152151 ' 3 . 2 55, ' ' .,. -V , L , . . it IBM J W ALBERT S. KELLEY JOHN F. KREITNER PAUL LANGELLIER JOHN C. MATTHEWS Department of Art Department of Undergraduate Department of French Department of Education Mathematics MARY LOU PLUGGE LAWRENCE RASMUSSEN HOWARD A. ROBINSON ALFRED M. VOGEL Department of Speech and Dra Department ot Music Department ot Physics Department ot Chemistry matic Art ,J - MURRAY AKINSOLA DONALD B. ELEANORE G. DAVID H. ABRAMSON AKIWOWO ALBERT ALESI ARBEIT Mofhemofics Sociology Physics Nursing Business Adm STUART ERMA M. GLORIA JOHN M. F. A. MYRON ASTOR BAHRENBURG BECKERMAN BELL BETTELHEIM BLANCHARD English Nursing English English Chemistry Sociol Work FREDERIKA RICHARD A. HARRY PATRICIA BLANKNER BODTKE BRENOWITZ BROWN Clossicol Longuoges English Biology Educoiion 2? E so-.4 I MARY LOUISE ALLEN W. CONCETTA B. WILLIAM H. GRACE ROBERT L. BUCHANAN BURNS CABRAL CANFIELD CANTONE CANNAN Groduofe Moth Government Biology DrOrnOfiC Aff AFT BUSINESS Adm WILLIAM LEE LISANDRO EMIL L. DOROTHY R. CELIA S. VICTOR CURRY DIAZ DILLARD DISHER DESCHIN DIXON English Spanish English Psychology Social Work Spanish at A -J ,... F. THOMAS FLORENCE ROBERT DONALD JEANE PIERRE KENNETH A DETWILLER ENGELHARDT ERNST FAIRHURST FARHI FISHER Business Adm Social Work History German Business Adm Psychology MARION K. EVA MERRETT REVIS THERESA FORER FRIEDMAN FRYE KUBIS Nursing German Heohh and phy English Education I-vu 'EZ' RICHARD RONALD SALLY MILTON STANLEY PAUL GENBERG GILLESPIE GOCHENAUR GOLDSTEIN GOULD GRAESER Physics Biology Biology Art Speech Economics 3-5 JEAN PHILIP ROMAN BERTHE GEORGE GRAUBERT GREENE GRILLO GRONFEIN HAMILTON Psychology English Biology Social Work Business Adm fl DONALD EMIL PHYLLIS CORNELIA NORMA FLORENCE HAMMER HANA HARING HARNETT HARVESTER HASELKORN Mofhemotics Dromotic Art Nursing Nursing Education Sociol Work THOMAS JOAN MORGAN ANTON HEFFERNAN HEINZMANN HIMELSTEIN HUFFERT English Nursing English Germon BYRON I. NANCY MARVIN A. BERNARD W. P. HUNT IEZZI IVERSON .IAFEE JENNERJAHN Business Adm Speech and Dromotic Psychology Physics Art Art PT- IIN C58 ROBERT N. HENRIETTA RUTH ANNE RUTH KAY DAVID JOHNSON KALICKI KANTROW KING KIMMELL KIREMIDJIAN Government Biology Social Work English Business Adm English PHILIP JOHN Y. DONALD STEPHEN I. KITAY KIYASU KELLY KLASS Psychology Chemistry Libro ry English RICHARD M. lOl.A B. DONALD N. RAYLAH RICHARD VICTOR R. KLEIN KOCIN KOSTER KREVERE LACEY LARSEN Psychology Art English Education Biology Biology EDNA R. MELVIN ALICE P. FLORENCE JERRY LAWRENCE LYON MALMUDE MALY MARCH Education Psychology Nursing Art Chemistry LOUIS B. IRVING CLARK S. RALPH DONALD ALEX MARCK MARK MARLOR MCNIEI. MILMAN MINDES German cmd Generql History Gnd Speech and Dramatic Education Psychology cmd Social Work Linguistics Government Aff Psychotherapy I. SUNG TERRY PATRICK RUTH C. MOON MORRONE MULENE MULLER Chemistry Physics Business Education Administration W. I I I I MARIE-ROSE JOSEPH J. W. GRAFTON CECILE EDITH IRENE S. MYRON NAPOLITANO NEALLEY NEBEL OSSWALD PAGEL French Biology Government French Education Nursing STUART ROBERT N. COLEMAN ROBERT FRANCES MARIE-LOUISE PARKS PASOTTI PAUL PAYTON AVERY-PENNEY PESSELIER Physical Education Philosophy Psychology Graduate Math Art French JULIA M. EDYTHE LINDA GERBER ELIZABETH B. EMILIO PRATT PROCTOR QUEST REICHERT RIVERA Health Phy Education Government Business Adm Education fait , Y' 'Fi' EUGENE BEULAH CLAUDE J. ABBIE MARTIN R. .IEANNETTE ROTH ROTHMAN RUGGIAN RUTLEDGE SCHLISSEL SCHNEIWEISS English Social Work Phy Education Phy Education Business Adm Biology IQ IL MADELINE C. LOUIS HELEN BEATRICE R. CATHERINE GALE SCHWAID SCHAUER SEDELMEYER SENETT STERN Nursing Social Work Phy Education Nursing Nursing BEULAH SHELDON Speech and Dramatic Art ABE. SHENITZER Mathematics J. LEE SHNEIDMAN History VERA SHLAKMAN Ji. Social Work ANTHONY J SISTI Chemistry rag 5 RUTH JOSETTE SKINNER SMETANA Physical Education uw French JAMES STAIS Spanish K. MARILYN SMART Biology DONALD L. SMITH Education 3 I. 1 , Hg,-r fi- ng. QTY' ony y RUBEN VIRGINIA MADELYN FRANK C REMO J STARER TERRIS TODD TOSIELLO TRIVELLI 'AW 'Z' BIRDSALL S ARGYRIOUS MORDECHAI DOROTHY VAULT VOURKAS WARSHAVSKY WIEBER History Sociology Physics Business Adm ,- Socicil Work English Chemistry Nursing lfcilion I-My JUANITA D. HAROLD CEDRIC R. MARGARET ELAINE SOPHIE WILSON WINTER WINSLOW WITTMANN WOJCHIECHOWSKI Nursing Technicol Dir, Little English Nursing Sociology Theofre DONALD PETER STEPHEN ALFRED WOLF LIPMAN-WULF YEH ZAJAC English Art Sociology Physics I E91 65 FY fig' fa fx I 110 fa s I N N is X- QX 1' 'z ,. A Q . 0 f LN, xp? av -'X v f x6 K, A v y ,IN xxx " Q yn 4 Q X f 49" wAL1 a With an idea cmd a scrap of paper a book was created, a book that ' represents an obsession-a drive to present in print a revolutionary type of yearbook, a dynamic book, a living book. , l realize that a book that is as revolutionary to A.U. as the '65 Oracle will not please everyone. If it did satisfy all, the book would have no character, no individuality. As it is, the annual will please only a select few, the few who can accept this changed book along with the change that has taken place at Adelphi this past year and along with the change that is expected to occur on campus with the coming of the new administration. Without a doubt, the '65 Oracle foreshadows the spirit that is to prevail at Adelphi throughout the coming years. At any rate, this yearbook represents the best ideas and efforts of the few people composing the staff, Mr. Larry Pirnie, who is responsible for all of the art work and many of the ideas, Paul Pitcoff, I who shot most of the candid photographs, Pete Citrolo, who battled the athletics department to organize the sports section, Phil St. Pierre, who guided us as to the maximum potential of yearbook production and Carol Studios, who photographed the groups, seniors and major events. To these few, l owe the quality of my book. However, I would also like to thank Alan Louzin, Ron Willis and Joe Meer for their last minute typing efforts. My special thanks to Aleiandro Ponce, my assistant editor, for his moral support and constant encouragement. So, two hundred and eighty four pages and three babies later fcompliments of Mr. and Mrs. Mal Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. Phil St. Pierre and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Pirnie, I bring this book to its completion. 5555355 v 1 .fa 4 c .fr A A . ,ai .. 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Erlich, M. Tischler, B. Fisher, R. Freedman, A. Freedman, G. Freeman, S. Gare, D. Gito- mer, M. Glazer, S. Goch, L. Greenberg, E. Grinberg, B. Knouf, B. Kornheiser, K. Kornreich, M. Kreitzer, A. Lane, B Letrak, P. Lehreman, C. Lehman, L. Levine, C. Lewen, B. Modlin, L. Melman, H. Minkolt, G. Newman, J. Padolf, A. Posner, G. Prince, S. Rubin, B. Rudnik, S. Schaefer ' I58 J. Schafmon, L. Spector, S. Stern, J. Swartz, B. Tauber, L. Weissman, A. Zaifert. REEL , . , . fQ""' . f- 6 1 f A ,I fpfl' F J F. .x ' 4' . 3 L. , y -. i . t r Pr sl I 1 . 4 1 4 DELTA DELTA DELTA M. Brandstadter, C. Buser, E. Buzzell, L. Chamberlain, E. Christ, N. Cunningham, K. Damr, D. Day, P. Funk, J. Grol, M. Jubitz, J, Kellerhals, M. Lanman, L. Larson, S. Latham, A. Morris, J. Nato, M. O'Connor, B. Otto, C. Paolucci, D. Preller, E. Portales, A. Pilsums, C. Pensec, C. Rolk, P. Romanofsky, E. Ryder, C. Saunders, J. Silver- man, H. Sinkevich, T. Sternson, N. Weiber. DELTA ZETA V. Boker, A. Becher, V. Butcher, S. Clark, N.-Clarson K. Coffey, M. Emmett, S. Filipek, A. Hannah, K. Hansen E. Hill, S. Holland, D. Karsch, J. Lindhorst, M. MacDon ald, W. Meyers, D. Moehlich, S. Mossetter, D. Nieto, E Patterson, J. Priest, P. Seidel, K. Shaughnessey, G. Stuart, P. Sullivan, S. Vlaun, L. Wilson, V. Wollny, K. Young. 'Photo Identification I48-I56 r DELTA GAMMA J. Allen, R. Ambrosino, B. Armbruster, E. Balet, A. Barry, A. Bastavanos, S. Bell, A. Bernhard, L, Bischolt, P. Bru- cato, M. Casa, D. Cirillo, R. Davis, J. DePietto, B. Des- posito, R. Friedman, N. Frietas, A. Galderi, J. Gaskin, E. Gerrity, J. Gunther, H. Harrison, G. Kalianis, A. Kane, K. Kaufman, C. Luboyeski, M. MacFarlane, K. Manfredi, P. McElroy, L. Montgomery, J. Murphy, N. Nolan, K. Ol- sen, L. Petrilla, P. Phinney, K. Purinton, G. Rosner, C. Ryan, J. Schmidt, P. Scholl, H. Scott, R. Scuderi, V. Sheh, D. Sulkowski, J. Stephans, H. Tsagaris, A. Turkkan, J. Scholl, G. Vaglio, L. White. IOTA ALPHA PI G. Berson, C. Bohrer, K. Bolin, D. Brodlieb, N. Brody, W. Carmichael, E. Cohen, P. Cohen, H. Dankeer, E. Ellix, T. Eisen, T. Fesenko, S. Forbes, G. Friedman, L. Ginsberg, S. Glickman, J. Greene, S. Havier, J. HoFfman, M. Hoff- mier,, H. Jacobs, J. Katz, L. Katz, P. London, L. Noble, D. November, L. Perkell, J. Pollack, M. Rabinowitz, M. Richardson, B. Rosenbaum, M. Shechter, A. Schiffman, S. Schneider, C. Schwartz, E. Schwartz, G. Shields, B. Shindler, A. Silverman, J. Sobel, J. Tucker, D. Weiss. PHI MU S. Boza, P. Brown, B. Brown, B. Chiafole, C. Chuipek, H. Dempewolfzf, G. Donahue, E. Farber, B. Fraser, A. Gaslcin, L. Kegley, A. Parabou, B. Sackman. PHI SIGMA SIGMA H. Banner, J. Baron, L. Basen, J. Block, J. Bress, M. Fish, P. Friedman, C. Goldberg, C. Green, E. Eisenberg, H. Lieb, E. Lifschitz, B. Lind, L. Merman, P. Newman, K. Ostrin, P. Paul, S. Reinheimer, A. Rutenberg, M. Saks, l. Schwartz, M. Singer, S. Shapiro, B. Slatus, M. Tilzfany, B. Weisbrod, L, Weiner. SIGMA KAPPA G. Anderson, J- Arnstead, K. Bryk, J. 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Goldstein," L. Klwfer, Sz MallQ, iD. Morqles, W. Schulz, S. Sherman, T. Sinoppli, L. Ulilick, L. Walker, I. Wechsler, Coaci Fuherty. ' ,. -..Q V . ii. i v:-' ,L ig 1' l , -nm- 'Q' 3 ii, 1 fi if A - rr ' V-. 1' ,Q f.. :E ' 1 4 ,Q an-L. r I -ua:-24-:1,,., - 3 ?- -2 ir , i I F i H -l 4 1, ,Q l I Vrzv Y Y 1 I K gig' fe - " ui 1 Y Ad- ' ifAi 'f 'f4 E' - ...5 132' - ...un " .nn ' .. U .f:'.Qg2:f'Q:Q.,. . lu.. aiu.. .Ani 443. : "I-1' .-4, - .'.-. :l?f:l:L3.',.'.1f:.:f --w-:-.- - ,. ...ju -.:::.:? N. .. .. I n:-. .5 I.. N.- .-I -l'.'I 4 ' N:-zo. N N' .'. I -1-' :-1 . ' N u'u'u - 521115222IEEEMQEQEQI- 'ff-flfffififfiizizizizlz ' -'1:!S:3:3:1:E:E:2:Q' :jc,ffg:g .,.35i25fT:Q:5:3 :3:-:1:-:-:-:. i.:,?.'E:Scgf' -you .- :vvvf ' ' r ... ..- . n - - --- an. an u ....- :-:3:i:-'1'7,- 2 .'.t:.::: ..'.-.-1 I .U :. ,vi a E ,-... 192 The Varsity Basketball team, coached by George Faherty, was the defending Tri-State League Champions. They started the season off with a bang by losing to American University in a game that was interrupted by a bomb scare. After this game, Adelphi got some initiative and really be- gan to move. Monmouth, C.C.N.Y., Rider, Brooklyn, and Baldwin Wallace all fell before the onslaught of A.U.'s cagers. 'lr R V. 9-s 'Q-we Cf--9 5-an emnii 1 1 3 I97 The rest of the season was much the same with our losses to schools such as St. Michael's, Central Connecticut and St. Francis. The outstanding performer this year was sophomore Don Morales, who in- spired all with his rebounding and scoring punch. 198 3' A-C!!! Ways My - , gm A . I 1 lffwli -1. uri 4,215 A we v., . T. W f - z W . Q Q. 5 ,-. .-'Ev 441:-. ,, -I 24 5. lf' 4 'Q , J gl vw ,. A . 1 - X , K 511: ,E 55? if 'i -11 "' ' f? 4 1 ' n 5: , 1 " silly 'ds' 'iv 'Q' I Y ,. 1. . ev . I 'i SWIMMING 202 1 The Adelphi swimming team, .although small in size, gave its opponents tough competition. Much ofthe success of the small but powerful squad can be attributed to the championship swimming of senior co-captains, Doug Buchann and Charles Slezak. Doug is the fourth highest point scorer in Adelphi's swimming history. John Monten, who is only a sophomore, broke the pool record for the 200 yard back- stroke in a fine time of 2:18. He will be one of Adelphi's greatest assets next year. Without the versatility of Hal Hinz, Robert Thomas, and Henry Sinsabaugh the squad would be at a great loss. They were called upon to swim almost any event. FIRST ROW lL. to R.l, J. Monten, H. Sinsabaugh, C. Slezak, lCo-Capt.l. SECOND ROW, Coach Frye, R. Thomas, D. Buchann lCo-Capt.l, F. Cassell lTrainerl. -7 LACROSSE ' ' 'n' ' L X ' X iki , 4 . 'Mx ' . ' , W ,. xx , . - v r 1 I, i H, . I X L 1 . A , , Q 'n V f . ,."-V .i , ,. f .lv - I w 'F . Y , . , , 43 r Adelphi's Lacrosse team had its first losing season since Coach Lou Flego has been with the team. A weakened defense, a lack of experience and depth is perhaps the cause of the trouble. The season was not a total loss, however, for the stickmen had a good record on the road, topping Lafayette, Delaware and Stevens. Gary Eucker did an outstanding iob in the goal, while Don McAllister was the top scorer on the team. Being ninth in assists, Ron Lavalle received na- tional ranking. 34 FIRST ROW lL. to R.l: M. Rovegna, S. Fishman, J. Lewis lCo-capt.l G. McVey, T. Gea- gan, T. Quitoni, B. Kavner, R. Lavalle, B. Nye, D. Gleeson. SECOND ROW: P. Shea, B. Woods, A Stiglitz, J. Friedma.n, G. Murray, B. Hannigan, F. Lesher, G. Eucker, P. Cit- rolo, D. McAllister, E. Portnoff, B. Bardes, lCo-capt.l, Coach Flego. A, M, x 1 K 'fri QW-u WX M, 't S 9-MP' HN.. , Y'-rwg,g',,, , n " "' H wr-111' Q f' 4 -fs'iws+'. ' 'gli' X ' fx .nlf HA .1 -f"?mw -.W 2 fi ' 'wwf-'f nm 'PQ-.1 L 'M L if Q! 'hw .LW- s ? 1 V 4 4 v J V Jr . L ,.f ,..'- .. .-. . ,: -, -. ,Le-"" ..,t'Q. ,LII ,Fir i,: 'lf,.34Y5lx F: I ' 1" N5 ' -swf' K Y' . L.L, L . - A 1314 117 Tig L QL. to RJ, S. Schaddoff, E. Kroposki, R. Choftoway, L. Rosenthal, B. Siegel, J. Simon, A. Vandermcass, B. Hedgecock, R. Lee, T. Oberg, Coach Parks CROSS COUNTRY INDOOR TRACK fi Q FIRST ROW QL. to RJ, L. Rosenthal, E. Kroposki, B. Siegel, J. Simon, A. Vandermass. SECOND ROW, Coach Parks, D. Sol- by, R. Lee, T. Oberg, B. Hedgecock .l Win... shm""""5-47:52. L in ei H- .. AP" uf' .. , -A -gf- uw- 1 ' 'lim- -7 .. 21- P' lf. ff ' 194 Q-ug. 1 ...iq -.B 13 -0 .235 ' 'Wav 25, ' 1 ' wy.: J:-1 "' , , Ra. : 1 i 1 .. 1 D11 - .. 210 fl , , , ..g BASEBALL Coach Revis Frye's Varsity Baseball team enjoyed a very prosperous year. The season was topped with such highlights as a 15 inning loss to St. John's, and a big win over Seton Hall. In addition, they tied L.I.U. for the Knickerbocker Confer- ence Crown before losing to them in a playoff. Individual achievements went to Neil Tufano, the Panther catcher who batted 409, and to pitcher Walt Schultz for his outstanding performance through- out the year. INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS VARSITY BASEBALL AWARDS i964 J. Battaglia, J. Dell 'Olio, J. Falzer, B. Golden, W. Schulz, J. Soltanelli, J. Willen, J. De Martini, W. Doig, T. Le Viness, L. Linar, N. Tufano, D. March, V. Conlon, J. lnsinga, D. Schreier, B. Stark, B. Persche. Coach R. Frye 211 TENNIS AND SQUASH I. X .A wx .f-. lrr Pf' lflgli. .,,,. 6,17 . . . 1, . 1' 1 . , u 4 ,. .11 TENNIS R. Cody, P. Dodouricm, T. Skelly, B. Cerfner, A. Ponce, J. Dippell, R. Ricken, P. Pick, S. Solomon, Coach W. Gold- wyn. Adelphi's squash team started off weakened by the loss of Pablo Pick, A.U.'s outstanding athlete. However, the team regained strength with Bob Schwalb and Steve Persoff battling back and forth for the number one position. The team highlighted the season by defeating Stevens 7-2. 1, A 4 Li' f 'me' E' , r . . . f 'll 71' , Q , ' S qua- ,g . . ,,..-v i Y 1 gn' . PMB' ,if ., - - ' t H . . iw , 'x M1-,,-Q". 1. - J" i .,t:j,3.. ' ww, .,,. -b., V X- , i '4",.-Y.-:.:Qr' --,'gg..f,4 . V - '- ,x - , x 1 -,A .1 gf- " . ., .' ' S X ll ii My 4-ff"."f-" ' ' 2, ' 'F -a 5 ' jx .E -mfg -.'11'b'- ' 4 ,. , . , , A , - V . ,L , ' . l xp, A H 11-, Y , . . ' Ai x A t T- ' f.tw..i 11 ' ji!!! .1 -'z-, 1" "twill ' ,. rl E 1 VARSITY SQUASH FIRST ROW lL. to RJ, M. Fialkov, E. Petri, R. Lavalle, B. Schwalb, P. Dadiourian. SECOND ROW, Coach Davies, B. Dickstein, P. Citrolo, S. Shapiro lCo-Capt.l, S. Persoff lCo-Capt.l, S. Weitzman, A. Wargo, S. Goldberg. , Vw. , . v ... 1, ' 1. -ga- l 'Qhs A 3 fr---.,, gi .: A 4 i XFN! L , CHEERLEADERS ff! 6 Q 1-,a . ..i"" ' .-' ,af K n ,A, , -,- abel,scincly thillel, viiali, edi1i'cationifclub. allalemdiian, .vahe ii. s.a.m., fa.m.a.,,e football, soft ball intramurals. . rf. allen, ianet l. s.a.m., treasurer, cheerleader, co-chairman for all university night, class co- chairman for field day, junior council, daisy chairl, sfr.c.,' delta gamma, ass't treas-' urer, class publicity committee, classfentertain- ment committee. alliger, erig, alper, wendy ann transfer: skidmore col- lege. L L A A altman, brian who's who, beta beta beta, pres., historian, cleanis list, freshman honors, sophomore honors, iunior high honors, hillel, iuclicial board,scie,nce, journal, editor-irifchief., amdrnick, lphillip ivan transfer, new york university l l A l T ancona, john lrr- s.a..m,f ancona, larraine andersdn, harold S epsilon phi, vice pres. appelbauml, richard W pre-law society, treas- urer, dorm :residence council, chapman hall, presa spanish club, hillel. L aschner, iudy. student teachers assoc., stu, dent nursesassoc., outl0Ql4: hillel. ,,,, A askinas, barbara l. transfers university of buffalo, alpha epsilon phi, seconcllvice pres., central committee all college night, central committee fall festival, group leader orientaf- tion chairman senior ball. auerbach, barbara e. r bahl, irwinls. capt. campusllpolicei balluff, dolores kappa pi, fine arts club, newman club? 'ff L banner, hqrriet phi .sigma sigma, ,vice arches, on, spanish club. Voc, H 3 barlser, margaref' lindenauier studentiinursesi l assaegmilsi. L N baron, lewis l basenfllois who's who, lantern, beta beta beta, phi sigma lsigrna, pres., panhel repre- sentative, secretary of class?'65, co-chairman 'publicity committee, biology club, senior rep- resentative to fall festival, co-chairman lll of freshman orieihtatioriiweek. M l bass, alan delta phi fgamma, i.f.c.s repre- sentative,pledgesmaster. W NST' 45 SANDY ABEL VAHE ALLALEMJIAN Education Business JANET L. ALLEN Business 'Hb "hu-1, ERIC ALLIGER WENDY ANN ALPER Government English BRIAN ALTMAN Biology Pre-Med. l UP' PHILUP IVAN AMARNICK JOHN ANCONA LARRAINE ANCONA Management Management Engllsl' 55' l ? "5'uf' RICHARD APPELBAUM JUDY ASCHNER BARBARA ASKINAS Government Nursing History HAROLD ANDERSON History : -f I I 7' I IRWIN S. BAHL DOLORES BALLUFF HARRIET BANNER Pre-Theology Fine Arts Spanish BARBARA E. AUERBACH Speech Therapy ALAN BASS H istory-Gove rn me nt 3 MARGARET LINDENAUER BARKER LEWIS BARON LOIS BASEN Nursing English 219 Biology ti? 1?- RONALD BASS PETER J. BAUM Accounting Government l fl 'Nil' JAMES BEATTY AUDREY LOIS BECHER Physical Education Marketing-Retail bass, ronalcl transfer: queens college, ac- counting honor society. baum, peter i. delphian, sports editor, dra- matics reviewer, sophomore entertainment committee. loauser, kenneth a. s.a.m., young republi- cans. beatty, james transfer: university of ari- zona, varsity lacrosse, football intramural. becher, audrey lois delta zeta, pres., treas- urer. beck, iherman pi sigma, s.a.m., a.m.a, ,freshman track, field, lutheran club. delta tphi epsilon, student re- wilatiiyoifsfcommittee, dorm council, hillel. 'F -we-f bellfsuzanne butler delta gamma, corre- spqigidence secretary. bellini, elvera dean's list, sophomore hon- ors, iunior honors, newman club, sigma kap- pa. bellman, charles bencin, thomas f. newman club, boden- runcle, young republicans club. berger, joseph accounting society, intramu- ral sports. berens, susan food committee. bergeron, lloyd bergmann, dorothy seany, math club, glee club, .dorm assistant. iherkciyitz, roslyn accounting society, seany. l walter arts editor, delphian. phicin. berleth,,steven dorm representative, young republicans club, spanish club, history guild, student christian assoc. berley,iane psychology. berlin, paul r. eta chi alpha, tau epsilon phiftreasurer, hillel. berliner, stephen u. pre-law society, hillel. if Nd v--gy 'Nu-uf KENNETH A BAUSER Management 2 HERMANN BECK Business ,IQ EILEEN BEDELL suzANNe Burien aiu. ELVERA BELUNI History History Afep l? ' ,4- sl w.,,,,.,N THOMAS F. BENCIN JOSEPH BERGER Hgsfory Accounhng CHARLES BELLMAN Biology-Pre-Med. SUSAN BERENS Psychology N199 2? DOROTHY BERGMANN ROSLYN BERKOVITZ Mathematics Business LLOYD BERGERON WALTER aemcowlrz Bl0l09Y Journalism STEVEN BERLETH JANE BERLEY PAUL R. BERLIN STEPHEN U. BERLINER l'll5f0fY Psychology Accounting History-Government bernard, richard alpha phi beta. bernhard, alice transfer: valparaiso uni- versity, delta gamma, judicial board, s.a. elections committee, lutheran club. binkowitz, arthur biology club, intermural tennis, basketball, archery. bird, stephanie french club, Canterbury club, phys. ed. club, w.a.a., womens field hockey, tennis, badminton. birnbaum, elliott tau epsilon phi, pledge captain, economics club, constitution com- mittee, public relations committee. bischoft, lynn delta gamma, freshman council '65, student nurses assoc. blanc, stephanie phi sigma sigma, council of'65. blanthorn, harold transfer, polytechnic inf stitute of brooklyn, lutheran club. blasi, armida m. delta zeta, newman club, education club, seany, italian club. bodner, gary e. pi lambda phi, psychology club, central publicity committee for univer- sity weekend. boesch, william r. pi sigma, biology club, delphian, newman club, gold mask, math club, pre-law society. bornstein, harold a. transfer: university of miami, s.a.m. bourke ir., william p. chi sigma, the enter- prise, editor, traFfic appeals' board, chair- man, baseball, central committee university weekend'64. , boy, linda a. newman club, education clu boyarin, tina alpha epsilon phi, senior cla secretary, group leader, time arts club, co- chairman of iunior council. bralow, sharon student nurses assoc., pres., student-faculty representative, hillel. ' r J, brandt, carla lutheran club, student nurse assoc. brautigam, elizabeth hearn braunstein, wendy n. delta phi alpha, eta sigma phi, die bodenrunde. l breitfeld, charles iohn transfer, university' of tampa, omicron pi, phys. ed. club, varsity, track. l l britchky, sonora i. student nurses assoc., hillel. i l GARY E. BODNER Psychology WILLIAM R. BOESCH Biology HAROLD A. BORNSTEIN WILLIAM P. BOURKE Management Industrial Relations vw-- SHARON BRALOW CARLA BRANDT ' Nursing Nursing LINDA A. BOY TINA BOYARIN Atep Art Education ELIZABETH HEARN BRAUTIGAM WENDY N. BRAUNSTEIN CHARLES JOHN BREITFELD SONDRA J. BRITCHKY Sociology Sociology-Anthropology Physical Education Nursing ALLAN R. BROOK JO ANNE BRONSTEIN KENNETH BROWN Marketing Nursing' Physics LAWRENCE JAY BROWNER Law PATRICIA BRUNO DOUGLAS BUCHAN EILEEN BURKE Nursing Business History JOEL BROWNSTEIN History JAMES M. BURNS .IANICE LYNN BUSATT VIRGINIA M. BUTCHER CAROLYN M. BYERS Accounting Biology Nursing Bi0l09v brook, allan r. marketing, pi sigma epsilon. bronstein, io anne student nurses assoc. brown, kenneth transfer: cornell university, H physics club, browner, lawrence iay transfer: new york university, phi sigma delta. brownstein, ioel transfer: cornell university, delphian, photography editor, pre-law soci- ety, history guild. bruno, patricia newman club, student nurses assoc. buchen, douglas cospres. of senior class, chi sigma, pres., i.f.c. representative, co- chairmen'-of soph. council, co-chairman of iunior council, co-chairman of recreation committee of student union, co-capt. of swim- ming team, group leader, student aide, iu- dicial board, elections committee. burke,eileen glee club. burns, iames m. transfer: Villanova univer- sity, eta chi alpha, accounting society, in- tramurals. busatt, ianice lynn delphian, arts staff, news staft, biology club, young democrats, hillel. butcher, virginia m. delta zeta, vice pres., student nurses assoc., newman club. byers, carolyn m. transfer, oneonta state college, biology club. calica, ianet alpha epsilon phi, pres., soph. council, iunior council. caliman, charles v. cameron, lee fine arts club, pres. campbell, michael chi sigma, student aide, freshman soccer, basketball, track. cantor, mark e. transfer, bradley university, itau epsilon phi, accounting society. cardenas, richard transfer: wagner col- tlege. cerda, kathy education club, newman club. cetron, richard e. transfer: pratt institute, philosophy club, intramurals. lchabon, tina g. transfer: university of cin- l ,cinnati, sigma alpha eta. l L l t 'Ei JANET CALICA CHARLES V. CALIMAN W Government English 'EY LEE CAMERON Art Education MICHAEL CAMPBELL MARK E. CANTOR Economics Accounting RICHARD CARDENAS Biology KATHY CERDA RICHARD CETRON TINA G- CHABON Atep Philosophy Speech and Hearing Therapy DAI-CHOU CHAN BARBARA CHIAFOLO wiLuAM ci-iomvx HowAao cHAuKiAN Bmogy Business DIANE J. CIRILLO GERALDINE CIRRINCIONE Physical Education French LYNNE CLAYTON ELLEN CHRIST I Sociology Engllsh CAROL CLIFFORD ROGER CODY ELLEN COHEN JUDITH COHEN Sociology Ma1hema1ics Sociology English Management Biology 1 l-'TCT' MARTIN COHEN Biology V' I. . , DONALD D. CONEY Accounting' l,.Q,,J ARDELL S. CURTIS Atep chalikian, howard c.c.u.n. chan, dai-chou s.a.m. chiafolo, barbara phi mu, secretary, new- man club, biologyclub. chomyk, william epsilon phi, biology club. christ, ellen transfer: bucknell university, delta delta delta, twirling. cirillo, diane i. delta gamma, secretary, phys. ed. club, daisy chain. cirrincione, geraldine sigma kappa, histo- rian, italian club, pres., french club. clayton, lynne cliftord, carol transfer, suffolk community college, sociology-anthropology club. cody, roger math, cross-country, squash, phi mu epsilon, psi chi, tennis. cohen, ellen outlook. cohen, iuclith transfer, queensborough com- munity college, phi sigma sigma. cohen, martin freshman honors, sophomore honors, junior high honors, alpha epsilon del- ta, beta beta beta, biology club, hillel. cohen, steven m. transfer, university of mi- ami, eta chi alpha. cohen, steven l. transfer: university of mich- igan, pi lambda phi, treasurer. coney, donald d. eta chi alpha, delphian, accounts manager, business manager, oracle, business manager, newmon club, young re- publicans club, accounting society. cortegiuno, ernest curtin, iudith psy. ed, w.a.a., psy. ed. club, varsity sports. curtis, arclell s. co-chairman sophomore en- tertainment committee, freshman cheerleader, daisy chain, soph. council, student christian assoc. cutting, christine I. beta beta beta, student christian assoc., education club. dachs, lawrence transfer: queens college, accounting society, campus police. 'Qu STEVEN M. COHEN STEVEN L COHEN Accounting Economics ERNEST CORTEGIANO JUDITH CURTIN Biology Physical Education CHRISTINE J. CUTTING LAWRENCE DACHS Biology Accounting PETER DADOURIAN FRANKLIN D'AGOSTINO CAROL DANZILO Philosophy Physical Education History PETER DAVIS Biology KAREN DAVIS Nursing RICHARD DAVIS DAVID HOWARD DAY Biology Sociology DAVID DEBIN Speech and Dramatic Art WILLIAM DEHNCLE Biology JOHN J. DE MARTINI JOSEPH DIAMOND S. RONALD DI GANZI Physical Education Marketing Accounting '55 4134! RICHARD DIELI Chemistry GUY DIVERGILIO English if 'Htl A had TW? HARRY DICKMAN EMANUELE DI PASQUALE Economics English is sexi-' MARC DODELL WILLIAM DOIG Marketing Physical Education ser' 35 fel' MICHAEL J. DOMINO GAIL DONAHUE RICHARD DRAKE Biology Psyqholggy Speech Arts rian, peter philosophy club, fresh- man soccer, lacrosse, varsity soccer, lacrosse, squash, tennis. frankliniiizibrnicron pi, at arms, phys. ed. club, freshman basket- ball, varsity basketball, co-capt., varsity track. theta, philosophy club, outlook. davis, jlgaren clean'sMlist, freshman honors, studeriglnurses assoc. if , if f err' W davis, pete omicron pi, vice pres., freshman and varsity track, football, track intramurals. davis, freshman, sophomorelgghonors, iunior honors, dearlfs list '63-'64, '64-'65, alpha epsilon delta, secretary, beta beta beta, vice pres. si.: gf e day, howard ggsociology-anthiopology clubfieditorial boarcli' of pylonfieditorial board of sidekick, delphian. I . . debincplpvid alpha phi beta, gold rggsk. dehncle, william llly clemartini, iohn i. classics honorary society, omicranspi, phys. eydwclgb, freshman baseball varsity lioseball. if i diamond, ioseph transfer: state university at brockport, football, basketball, wrestling intramgra ls. di ganii, s. ronalcl accounting society, new- man club. g transfgp ,Wheaton college, tau epsilon , chemistryfclutb, vice presfi ' dickman, harry economics. di pqsgggule, emannlelgfif if . .t divergilio, guy accounting society, spanish club. ii doclelglisgtfigarc pi langlgclawphi, groupgigeader. doig, girvilliam psy. ted., soccer, baseball, psy. ed. club, m.a.a. i. who, phi, viceipres., iudicialiiibdard, iunior' council, group leader, publicity chairman, central publicity committee, all college night, con- stitutiaggt committee,,5g,ic, elections committee, younggciemocrats, y donahue, gail phi mu, rush chairman, so- cial choirman, psychology club, biology club. pro- . gra'ml7fli'tector.' . A T ' , A A " grew, mary ellen A PHI alpha the drucker, barbara hillel, marketing club. clrucker, michael rensseiaer poly- 'technic institute, iovipha epsilon pi, viifrsity bas- ketball manager. du brow, marsha who's who, daisy chain, lantern, sigma alpha eta, group leader, del- ta phi epsilon, panhel, pres., young demo- crats, delphian, advertising manager, dunderdale, barbara anne freshman hon- ors, sophomore honors, junior honors, new- man club, student nurses assoc. yearly, william p. physics. ebenholtz, iay pre-law society, pres., c.c.u.n., vice pres., delphian, gov. editor, co- chairman of senior Mball, co-chairmggnyygof fall ltestival, may executive coichairman of seriiior university skit, council of '65, group leader. edwards, ioan delta delta delta, council of gboiiudicial boardgspaynish! club, elfenbein, ioel L ellix, eleanor transfer, brooklyn college, iota alpha pi. eng, norma epstein, robert errigtoff, thalia university of wis- 'phi sigma panhel delegate, hillel, history guild, c-.c.u.n. A 9 esposito, william thomas transfer: state uni- versity at farmingdqgle, s.a.m., football. 'il ki' . , .1 ., sig f esterman, richard iflransfer: hofstrafguniver- sity, pre-law society, young democrats, hill- el. ewrng, robert ,,,y is fallgwes, russ tdu epsilon phi, co-chairman publicity committee, math club. fanslow, william Farber, emerita mu, physiicsi' club, secretary, treasurer, math club. . farkas, iudith education club, se-any, hillel. fagrgte, marsha ggi! sophomore honors, dean's list, sigma delta fpijivice pres., delta phi alpha, pylon, literary editor, dakin chemical society, spanish club, outlook, die bodenrunde, le cercle francais, education club, international students society. frank, Vperry delta phi gamma. ,sq MARY ELLEN DREW BARBARA DRUCKER M History Retail Marketing MICHAEL DRUCKER Biology f-Q., JE in "9"'Qs. sr 'lr' MARSHA DU snow BARBARA ANNE DUNDERDALE "' English Speech Drama Nursing WILLIAM P. EARLY Physics wr' fs. 'Xe JAY EBENHOLTZ JOAN EDWARDS JOEL ELFENBEIN Government Spanlsh Monogemenl 1 ""A'l'5 ,Tis NORMA ENG RONALD EPSTEIN THALIA ERNSTOFF Biology History Government ELEANOR ELLIX History RICHARD ESTERMAN ROBERT EWING RUSS FALLOWES Government . Biology Mathematics PERRY FRANK Government Q wlLuAM THOMAS Esposito i industrial Management WILLIAM FANSLOW EMERITA ROSE FARBER JUDITH FARKAS Government Physics EdUCClfiOn MARSHA GAIL FAUROTE Spanish ANIELA M. FEDORWICZ JOHN FEIKERT Psychology Industrial Relations MARK FIALKOV REVA HEI-D lndustrial Management EFt9liSl1 ELLEN ns:-ten JAY P. FISCHER English Chemistry Math fedorowicz, aniela m. transfer: oswego state, delta delta delta, may festival execu- tive committee. feikert, iohn chi sigma, s.a.m., varsity track, campus police, pre-law society. feldman, edward omicron pi, freshman bas- ketball, varsity basketball, golf, s.a.m., del- phian, sports staff, hillel. fialkov, mark transfer, university of miami, varsity squash, omicron pi. Held, neva roundtable, cleans list, iunior honors. fisch, nancy ellen delta delta delta, rush chairman, newman club, twirlers, fine arts club, soph. council, central publicity commit- tee. fisher, ellen who's who, freshman honors, sophomore honors, iunior high honors, dean's list, '62, '63, '64, delta tau alpha, roundtable, delphian, managing editor, news editor, copy editor, pylon, editor-in-chief, pi delta epsilon. Escher, iay p. transfer, hartwick college, southern conn. state college. fishmon, sam who's who, pi lambda phi, hiilel, soph. council, varsity lacrosse, varsity soccer. foceri, danny gold mask, secretary. foncellino, michael donald s.a.m., editor of management news, a.m.a. forsyth, michael biology. fortunato, iay vincent physics club. frank, richard f. epsilon phi. fraser, angela nursing, honors, deans list, student nurses association, chairman, luther- an club. fraser, ligaren g. judicial board, women's dormitory pres., group leader, outlook, class council, trosh revolt. friedl, albert transfer: nassau community college. freidman, ioel frischling, ioan mass, co-chairman class pub- licity committee, hillel fuhn-nann, peter sigma phi epsilon. gagliarcli, francis s. transfer: colby college,- pigsigmampres., i.f.c. representative, i.f.c. iu- diciol board, groupleader, newman club. NANCY ELLEN FISCH Fine Arts QA SAM FISHMAN History E:-f an-4 2 MICHAEL DONALD FONCELLINO MICHAEL FORSYTH Personnel Management Biology DANNY FOCERI JAY VINCENT FoRTuNATo DVUWU Physics ,Q G' ,,, iff' , YN-7 up ANGELA FRASER KAREN G. FRASER k-.,,, I Nursing Government RICHARD F. FRANK psychology ALBERT FRIEDL History Ii JOEL S. FRIEDMAN JOAN MASS FRISCHLING PETER FUHRMANN FRANClS S. GAGLIARDI Government English Finance Biology 'E MARSHA GARELICK KAREN LYNN GAREY English Nursing LLOYD GAMBERG Investment Na, AQQQ. THOMAS GEAGAN CHARLES GERBER Physical Education History BARBARA GARVEY English -601-' is-+ '4""'Ss Nu- EILEEN M. GERRITY LORETTA GIAMBALVO MARVIN GIBBS Physical Education Nursing Marketing gamberg, lloyd garelick, marsha who's who, co-pres. of senior class, co-rep. of iunior class, co-chair- man of s.a. conference, co-chairman of soph. council, co-chairman of council ot '65, lan- tern, iunior council, elections committee. garey, karen lynn student nurses assoc. garvey, barbara may day, daisy chain. geagan, thomas transfer: st. iohns univer- sity, phys. ed. club, pres., m.a.a., intramu- rals, varsity lacrosse team, newman club. gerber, charles transfer, university of bridgeport, pi lambda phi, rush chairman, vice pres., executive committee university weekend'64. gerrity, eileen m. delta gamma, pres., phys. ed. club, w.a.a., co-capt. cheerleading squad, varsity syncronized swimming team, gymnas- tics team. giambalvo, loretta dean's list, iunior honors, sigma kappa, second vice pres., student nurses assoc., pres., newman club, class of '65 publicity club. gibbs, marvin transfer: rutgers university, pi sigma epsilon, freshman basketball. giddings, geoffrey tau epsilon phi, treas- urerfigpledgemaster, pi sigma epsilon. giglio, thomas pi sigma, newman club. gingold, carol transfer: cortland state teacher college. ginsburg, linda transfer: syracuse univer- sity, iota alpha pi, panhel representative, sigma alpha eta, secretary. gitlitz, marcia m. hillel, gittleson, samuel transfer: st. lawrence uni- versity, delphian, campus police. glassman, francine soph. council, junior council, soph. entertainment committee, hillel, alpha epsilon phi, panhel delegate. gleeson, david scott omicron pi, i.f.c. rep-Q resentative, vice pres. of m.a.a., freshman baseball, varsity baseball, varsity lacrosse. glyptis, nicholas epsilon phi. i godfrey, norman s.a.m. goldberg, caryn sigma alpha eta, wali, phi sigma sigma, panhel representative. goldberg, harvey e. dean's list, '62-'63, sophomore honors, iunior honors, alpha epsi- lon delta, beta delta chi. ' V CAROL GINGOLD LINDA GINSBURG haf? ' English Speech Therapy GEOFFREY GIDDINGS THOMAS GIGLIO Law and Finance History if . . E211 5 ' Nd 'N-s. L Q- N' Elementary Education Physical Education FRANCINE GLASSMAN DAVID SCOTT GLEESON MARCIA M. GITLITZ SAMUEL GITTLESON Speech Therapy PSYCIWOIOQY NICHOLAS GLYPTIS NORMAN GODFREY CARYN GOLDBERG HARVEY GOLDBERG History Pre-Law Business Speech Therapy Chemistry Pre-Med. , wr 'Cr 'X QU ART GOLDENBAUM ARTHUR GOLDSMITH JACK GOLDSTEIN Sociology Biology Art Educciion NORMAN GOLDSTEIN Government RONALD S. GOLDSMITH LAWRENCE L. GOLUB NANCY GORE Pre-Law Biology Pre-Medical Dance ROBERT GOLDSTEIN Personnel Management FREDDIE GRAFSTEIN RONALD GREELEY MICHAEL GREENSPAN LINDA GRELLER Business Philosophy Bl0l09Y Enghsh goldenbaum, art 'pi sigma, lutheran club, vice pres. goldsmith, arthur transfer: n.y.c.c.c., .biolo- gy club. goldstein, jack arts club. goldstein, riiorman s.r.c., freshman basket- ball, soph. council, iunior council, council of '65, co-chairman of field day, group leader. goldstein, robert freshman basketball, var- sity basketball, omicron pi, s.a.m. goldsmith, ronald s. iudicial board, sig- ma delta, treasurer and historian, hillel, ac- counting society, pre-law society, group lead- er. golub, lawrence n. dean's list, juniors hon- ors, beta beta beta, alpha epsilon delta. gore, nancy dance club, pres. grafstein, freddie s.a.m. greeley, ronalcl greenspan, michael pi lambda phi, corre- sponding secretary. greller, linda griffin, gloria i. grinberg, esther delta phi epsilon, hillel, spanish club, international -studenffassoc., daisy chain. grod, gregory transfer: adelphi sultolk. gulion, sondra who's who, kappa pi,,dean"s list, delta delta delta, co-pres. of class '65, iudicial board, fine arts club, co-chairrjnan of fall festival weekend, may festival central committee, junior council, soph council. haber, harlene seany, education club, hillel. haber, iudith adler transfer: university of buffalo, dean's list, sophomore, iunior hon- ors, student nurses assoc. haft, sandy who's who, pi sigma epsilon, pres., pi lambda phi, co-chairman, university weekend, co-pres. class of '65, gold mask, class co-chairman all college night. 'fl 1 hahn, robert dean's list, sophomore honors, iunior honors, s.a.m., chairman, board of di- rectors. hakim, salvatore N '6- GLORIA J. GRIFFIN ESTHER GRINBERG L, X American Civilization 5pGI1iSl1 S GREGORY GROD Government if .wi Y' SONDRA GULIAN HARLENE HABER Design AWP JUDITH ADLER HABER Nursing SAMUEL HAFT ROBERT HAHN SALVATORE HAKIM Business Business Efonomlcs GEORGE HANDIN JAMES HANIFFY English Accounting ROGER A. HAMER Economics Y" RUTH HARRIS HELEN A. HARRISON Nursing Fine Arts RICHARD JOHN HARGROVE Jr. History ALLAN HARTTER DANIEL HEFFERNAN GUNTHER HAUG History Accounting German i NANCY E. HANSEN Psychology FRANCES HART Speech 81 Hearing Therapy -5' 2 , 3" 'asi- LILLIAN M. HAUG , Psychology 5 FREDERICK HELM Physics 01, PATRICIA HESS History HARVEY HYE History homer, roger a. accounting society. handin, george swimming varsity. haniffy, iames r. transfer, university of day- ton, eta chi alpha, secretary. hansen, nancy e. transfer: roberts wesleyan college. hargrove, ir. richard i. phi alpha theta, his- tory guild, delphian, oracle, pylon, wali, soph. council, entertainment committee, council of '65, pi delta epsilon. harris, ruth student nurses assoc., corres- ponding secretary, hillel. harrison, helen a. who's who, dean's list, lantern, s.a. vice pres., co-treasurer, kappa pi, treasurer, class treasurer, council ot '65, hazing council, iunior council, delphian, wali, fine arts club, student aide, may festival exe- cutive committee, s.a.c., student rights com- mittee, madrigal chorus, group leader, gold mask, residence council, delta gamma, priest- ess, daisy chain. hart, frances transfer, university of tampa. hartter, allan transfer: nassau community college, phi alpha theta, treasurer. heffernan, daniel accounting society. haug, gunther die bodenrunde pres., delta phi alpha, co-capt. freshman soccer. haug, lillian who's who, freshman honors, sophomore honors, junior high honors, dean's list '61-'62, '62-'63, '63-'64, delta tau al- pha, psi chi, pi delta phi, pi delta epsilon, oracle, editor-in-chief, delphian, managing editor, news editor, coordinating editor and production manager, sidekick, coordinating editor. helm, frederick physics club. herman, karen kappa pi, lutheran club, home economics club, sigma kappa. hershkowitz, leon hess, patricia hicks, thomas t. transfer: indiana university, kappa pi alpha, deacon, I.F.C. representa- tive, pi sigma epsilon, treasurer, s.a.m., stu- dent christian assoc., vice pres., treasurer. hoffner, burton transfer: queens college. hye, harvey transfer, harpur college, omi- cron pi, glee club. hyman, harvey tau epsilon phi, hillel. iannelli, philip up 'LS KAREN HERMAN LEON HERSHKOWITZ Art Design Pre-Social Work , Nw-f iv THOMAS T. HICKS BURTON HOFFNER Business Biology HARVEY HYMAN PHILIP lANNEl.l.l 5l0l09Y History MAHDI IBRAHIM Business ARLINE JACOBY Art Educofion ,J--an L W upua... 1ns. 'Su RUTH I. IMBER JOSEPH P. INGUAGIATO Psychology Mathematics ui' TINA JACOBSON Biology Pre-Medical 3 BARBARA JANCO ELAINE F. .IESCHUR W Pre Social Work German MAURICE L. JOSELSON Speech Therapy KENNETH JOHANNESEN Accounting DONALD JOHNSTON KATHLEEN M. JONES SONDRA JONES Business English Biology 240 BERNARD JOHNSON Biology Pre-Dental .W ww l CAROLINE KACHORA STEVEN R. KAPI-AN Biology Business KAREN JOSEPH Art vi fl." ARTHUR B. KARPAS CHARLES KAROTSERIS Biology Pre-Med. History '53, 'sf' JANE GORDON KAPUTT English i 19 i LEONARD KATZ ROBERT KAVNER ROBERT L. KAZANJIAN History Accounting BUSJHGSS ibrahim, mahdi soccer varsity, cfc.u.n.,- in- l' ternational .student society, math club. imber, ruth r. dean's list, psychology club: pylon, outlook. inguagiato, ioseph p. iacobson, tina transfer, university of buf- falo, alpha epsilon delta, treasurer, beta beta beta, phi sigma sigma, council '65. jacoby, arline rappapi ianco, barbara ieschur, elaine f. delta phi alpha, die bo- denrunde, spanish club. iohannesen, kenneth accounting society. iohnson, bernard omicron pi, freshman track, newmon club, biology club. johnston, donald transfer: state university at farmingdale, pi sigma epsilon. iones, kathleen m. transfer: dutchess commu- nity college, newman club. iones, sonclra hillel, delta phi epsilon. ioselson, maurice l. sigma alpha eta. ioseph, karen who's who, lantern, kap- pa pi, pres., delta gamma, vice pres., co- representative senior class, co-chairman university weekend, junior council, group leader, s.r.c., iunior panhell, treas. kachora, caroline student christian assoc., secretary, biology club, young republicans club, sigma kappa, rush chairman. kaplan, steven r. s.a.m., librarian, co-edi- tor-sam news. kaplitt gordon, jane delphian. karpas, arthur b. who's who, senior class co-representative, co-chairman class council, group leader, s.r.c., soph hazing council, iunior council, class constitution committee, glee club, alpha epsilon delta, beta beta beta. karotseris, charles tau kappa epsilon. katz, leonard transfer, nassau community college, sidekick, editor-in-chief, delphian, editor-in-chief, young democrats, c'.c.u.n., pre-law society, pi delta epsilon. kavner, robert who's who, eta chi alpha, pi lambda phi, secretary, accounting society, pres., secretary, varsity and freshman la- crosse. l kazaniian, robert lincoln varsity, freshman soccer teamsfalali sportscaster, s.a.m. zsiomnflitteej universyltylilvlieerkendg delphian, so- tm kempler, steve philosophy club, campus police, wali. kessler, laurence transfer: c.w. post, pre- law society. ll tkirwin, barbara ,student nurses assoc., nevigfggjigg man club, publicity l koeppel, joel p. ,delta phi gamma, council of'65. kohn, frances alpha epsilon phi, hillel. koondel, bruce a. .delta phi gamma, rush Chairman. r A koondel, eleana kleinw delta omicron, vice pres., delphian, chamber music society, glee club. y korman, michael a. who's who, sopho- more honors, iunior honors, dean's list, '63, '64, iudicial board, co-chairman, s.a. co-vice- pres., pi lambda phiygold mask. kornreich, karyn s. sigma alpha eta, pres., delta phi epsilon, corresponding secretary, wali, hillel. kleinberg, lawrence kfsislrwm Club: freshmen swtntfeam. it it frri kressel, ioan kroposlci ir., edgar peter psychology club, cross country. krumholtz, barry phimgjggrana delta, master, master, pledge f kullack, gary transfer: colorado state uni- versity, s.a.m.g psychology club, die boden- runde. la barca, iohn transfer: university of notre dameg etarchi alphayzgccounting society. lanclau, arnold llll llll t ransfer: columbia. . landman, leslie transter: cortland state uni- versity, alpharepsilpn phi, hillel. r ilahepann, sigma' alpha eta, delta phi epsi- Llon, vice pres., rush chairman, may festival, 'executive rcommineefiltalli' festival, executive witty ed'afof,l,htiier5Q it e - g langone, ianet student nurses assoc.5 new- man club. Qs. MQJ STEVEN KEM L LAURENCE KESSLER . 'TFR "-- Philosophy-Religion Government X -up BARBARA KIRWIN Nursing pug. I' LA' "::1'V R' JOEL F. KOEPPEL FRANCES KOHN 'ip Business English BRUCE A. KOONDEL Accounting 'vf .., fs? l if la plana, ben chemistry honorary society, ELEANA KLEIN KooNoEL MICHAEL A. KORMAN KARYN s. Konnmaicn 1 . A . ' Government Speech Therapy , . 1, Club' V 1 Music cheymis ry , gg V g y r is? I A . ' Qiiigilgift-7: ' . ,J l l P, 'Qui i' ni "di 'Q' STEPHEN KREIDMAN JOAN KRESSEL EDGAR PETER KROPOSKI J Mathematics English Psychology LAWRENCE KLEINBERG History it aff! in 1? BARRY KRUMHOLTZ Business GARRY KULLACK JOHN LA BARCA ARNOLD LANDAU Business Accounting Mathematics LESLIE LANDMAN ANN LANE JANET LANGONE English Speech Therapy Nursing BEN LA PLACA Chemistry I in-5 'il 'S' MARY ANNE LA TORRE CAROLINE LA VERNE Nursing Sociology-Anthropology is L ,fs-5 C. WADE LEARY YANG-JA LEE History Chemistry HARRIET LEIB EDWARD LENNSTROM Physical Education Business Management la torre, mary anne sigma kappa, pres., treasurer, student nurses assoc., newman club. la verne, caroline sociology club, pylon, psychology club. , lawrence, ieffrey roy transfer: c.w. past col- lege, pi sigma, historian, s.a.m. leary, c. wade Canterbury club, council of religious clubs, history guild. lee, yang-ia international student society, chemistry club. lefcort, richard transfer: rider college, var- sity track, fielcl, baseball, phys. ed. club. leib, harriet phi sigma sigma, w.a.a., his- torian, treasurer, intramural volleyball, var- sity field hockey, basketball, softball, hillel. lennstrom, edward gold mask, glee club, S.Cl.l'Tl. leonhard, nancy transfer: muhlenberg col- lege, eta sigma phi, dorm council. slepolstat, hedda sigma alpha eta, iota al- pha pi, wali, continuity director. leutz, nancy student nurses assoc., student christian assoc. levin, elliott transfer, harpur college. levin, ioan transfer: university of buffalo, sigma delta tau, wali, levine, alice transfer, university of okla- homa, alpha epsilon phi. levine, william transfer: syracuse university, phi sigma delta, accounting society. levy, mary transfer: temple university, sig- ma alpha eta. lewis, iules s. transfer, queensborough com- munitycollege, accounting society. lewis, peter pi sigma epsilon. linar, leonard classics honor society, omi- cron pi, phys. ed. club, freshman baseball, varsity baseball. lipkin, david alpha epsilon delta, beta beta beta, swimming, tennis, spanish club, biology club. lipsitz, marsha transfer, armstrong college of savannah, fine arts club. it kia JEFFREY ROY LAWRENCE Business RICHARD LEFCORT Physical If JQ NANCY LEONHARD English HEDDA LEPOLSTAT Speech cmd Hearing Therapy T17 NANCY LEUTZ ELLIOTT LEVIN Nursing Psychology 'fir if' WILLIAM LEVINE MARY LEVY Accounting Speech 8g Therapy JOAN LEVIN - Speech Education ALICE LEVINE JULES S. LEWIS Atep Accounting -J YF? PETER LEWIS LEONARD LINAR DAVID LIPKIN MARSHA LIPSITZ Business Physical Education Biology Pre-Med Fine Arts JOAN LODGE Chemistry wr' .5 ROBERT LYDER Accounting N.-4' R M . 1 .es ss ,, 'sis DAVID LORR DAVID LUBELL Biology Accounting 15' SHIRLEY LYON IVAN A. MACK Nursing Accounting ., .sz . b' ti n 1 JERRY MAHONEY THEODORE MAKKAY ALAN MALAT Mathematics Industrial Management Government lodge, joan freshman honors, sophomore honors, iuniorlhonors, dean's list, beta delta chi, sigma kappa, first vice pres., group lead- er, pres., science iournal, student aide. lorr, david transfer: university ot hang kong, alpha epsilon delta, beta beta beta. lubell, david transfer: university of syracuse, accounting society. Iyder, robert transfer: university of dela- ware, dean's list, freshman, sophomore, iun- ior honors, eta chi alpha, vice pres., account- ing society, varsity track team. lyon, shirley transfer, alderson broaddus college, sigma kappa, student christian as- soc., student nurses assoc. mack, ivan a. tau epsilon phi, vice chan- cellor, accounting society, hillel. mahoney, jerry epsilon phi, pledge mas- ter, i.f.c. representative, pres., vice pres., s.a.c., chairman class all college night, may festival executive committee, iunior council. makkay, theodore s.a.m., vice pres. malat, alan pi lambda phi, frosh council. mallis, harvey transfer: george washington university. mallis, stephen delta phi gamma, s.a.m., freshman basketball, varsity basketball, capt. manber, eileen transfer: cornell university, hillel. manfredi, karen who's who, lantern, pres., sophomore, iunior honors, delta gamma, pan- hel representative, iudicial board, student nurses assoc., newman club, s.r.c., group leader, daisy chain. march, dennis varsity baseball, phys. ed. club, football, basketball intramurals. marcus, maxine haft margelefsky, richard markowitz, neal transfer: nassau commu- nity college. moron, norman lawrence transfer, boston university, alpha epsilon delta, psi chi, pi lambda phi, council of '66, psychology club, biology club, young republicans club, hillel. marquit, barry marrone, vita pi sigma. marshall, madelaine s. math club, secre- tary, hillel, young democrats club, seany, die bodenrunde. -lu F li I l HARVEY MALLIS Personnel Management DENNIS MARCH Physical Education K EILEEN MANBER KAREN MANFREDI Spanish Nursing STEPHEN MALLIS Personnel Management MAXINE HAFT MARCUS Speech and Hearing RICHARD MARGELEFSKY NEAL MARKOWITZ Accounting Sales Management i l NORMAN LAWRENCE MARON BARRY MARQUIT VITO MARRONE MADELAINE S. MARSHALL B' I ' Art History Psychology Biology no ogy .guuv -""'? MICHAEL MARTINO MATTHEW MARLOW WALTER G. McALLISTER Personnel Management Sales Management Government RANDOLPH MEDALIE BARBARA S. MEISSNER English Atep PETER MCCOMBS English I iii "C:- EVELYN B. MELAMED English ,FORD R. McLAlN Personnel Management ANN MERESMAN GREGORY MERRILL MARIE FRANCES MICHEL ALEXANDER BYRON MILLER French Marketing Atep FIDGFICB martino, michael tau epsilon phi, i.f.c. rep- resentative, s.a.m., football intermurals. marlon, matthew mcallister, walter g. freshman honors, jun- ior high honors, dean's list, '62-'63, '63-'64, young democrats, pres. mccombs, peter transfer: cortland state, out- look. mclain, ford r. pi sigma, vice pres., s.a.m., management newspaper. medalie, randolph young democrats, pres., vice pres., delphian, business manager, pre- law society. meissner, barbara sigma kappa. melamed, evelyn b. meresman grafstern, ann pi delta phi, vice pres., pres. merrill, greg michel, marie frances delta tau alpha, dean's list, freshman and sophomore honors, sigma kappa, glee club, education club, corresponding secretary, newman club. miller, alexander byron s.a.m., pre-law so- ciety, group leader. miller, barbara elaine roundtable, delta phi epsilon. miller, curt millman, nancy dean's list, freshman hon- ors, sophomore honors, beta beta beta, bio- logy club. milone, robert transfer, notre dame uni- versity, s.a.m., pi sigma, vice pres., i.f.c. rep- resentative, historian, newman club. mitiguy, marcianne who's who, delta gam- ma, first vice pres., students' assoc., record- ing secretary, iudicial board, co-chairman of university weekend, co-chairman of iug end weekend, newman club, spanish club, var- sity cheerleaders, frosh cheerleaders, daisy chain. moclell, gerald transfer, pennsylvania state university. nasca, thomas transfer: nassau community college, intermural football. natke, nora iane history guild, pre-law so- ciety, hillel, c.c.u.n., seany. nelson, brent i 1 3 4:.',, BARBARA ELAINE MlLLER CURT MILLER V tes English Marketing ' NANCY MILLMAN Biology iii 'inu- RICHARD Mll.ONE MARCIANNE MlTlGUY Industrial Management French , . . GERALD MODELL Accounting . - . THOMAS NASCA NORA JANE NATKE BRENT NELSON Higtgry History Psychology GLORIA EILEEN NEWMANN LYNNE RITA NEWMAN Educcmon Speech Art Educcmon sTuART NEWMAN KENNETH NEUMAN Biology Psychology Q i ,S W, , , - .if -1. 'A fi: , .M Y 1 5--1 , fm. . , . , ' ZFX -, , - - 'Y X M 14 . JOHN W. NUGENT IRENE OBERMAN N fig!! Morketing Biology STANLEY NORWALK EILEEN O'DONNELL Government Socioiogy JANE O'MALLEY ALETHEA D. QVERBY PAUL JAMES OWENS JUDITH VICKI PADOLF Nursing Sociology Mathematics HFSYOFY Q- i Wt-v N L HENRY PASNIK Economics SUZANNE PEARSALL Speech Therapy ELLEN TERRY PERLMUTTER Art Education neumann, kenneth psychology club, pres., economics club. newman, gloria eileen transfer: university of miami, delta phi epsilon, treasurer, sigma alpha eta, hillel. newman, lynne rita kappa pi, delta phi epsilon, fine arts club, treasurer, hillel. newman, stuart transfer: university of tole- do, omicron pi, historian, biology club, hillel. norwalk, stanley pre-law society, hillel. nugent, john w. pi sigma epsilon, varsity baseball, intramural sports. oberman, irene hillel, biology club, science journal. o'donnell, eileen who's who, sociology-an- thropology club, pres., w.a.a., vice pres., newman club, vice pres,, women's varsity basketball, women's intramural volleyball chairman, council of '65, student aide. o'malley, jane student nurses assoc., cham- ber music society. overby, alethea d. outlook, vice pres,, so- ciology-anthropology club. owens, paul james student aide, student christian assoc., pres., epsilon phi- padolf, judith vicki delta phi epsilon, his- tory guild, delphian, outlook, hillel, pre-law society, young democrats, group leader. pasnik, henry pastel, neil transfer: western reserve uni- versity, who's who, flambeau, pres., alpha epsilon delta, pi lambda phi, parliamentar- ian, pres. class of '65, s.r.c., chairman, judi- cial board, soph. council, junior council. pasternack, samuel biology club, publicity chairman, hillel. pearsall, suzanne sigma alpha eta, delta delta delta, canterbury club, secretary. pedersen, glen transfer: university of miami, pi sigma, i.f.c. representative, s.a.m., lutheran club. peiser, bari delphian, freshman entertain- ment committee, hillel, education club, inter- national students society, gold mask. perlmutter, ellen terry kappa pi, alpha epsilon phi, junior council, fine arts club. perry, joann student nurses assoc., new- man club, delta gamma. persoFf, stephan omicron pi, treasurer, var- sity squash, s.a.m., delphian, hillel, intramu- rals. NEIL PASTEL SAMUEL PASTERNACK Biology Biology GLEN PEDERSEN BARI PEISER Marketing Atep nys- JI W V M... t L " ' X ' . ' l v ' ' ,jp l 522255, J 1 ji X :syn JOANN PERRY STEPHAN PERSOFF Nursing Finance SUZANNE PETIT SHERRY PHETERSON ROBERT M. PHILLIPS Chemistry Psychology Physics I i , H i' 'qi' PAUL PITCOFF SIMON MICHAEL PLAUT ARTHUR PODWALL Psychology Psychology Psychology W wed 5 PABLO PICK Business Management 1 l"""f,N ix! EILEEN JOY POGREBINSKY Biology J UDITH POLLACK Mathematics I l iv it iwg ROGER R. POOLE ANN POSNER JOEL POSNER Accounting Speech Theiopy l'll5fOfY l RICHARD PRIMOSCH JOAN PRINCE , Speech Therapy Education CANDIA POST History JOHN MCDERMOTT MARK RABIN KATHI PURINTON Biology 4f'1"'sN "'.'1'...?' ELAINE RACHMAN ANDREA RAIFMAN ARTHUR S. RAPTOULIS Biology Atep Biology petit, fisuzanne sigma kappa, carfespc ing secretary, chemistry club, secretary, beta delta chi, freshman honors, ,student aide. pheterson, sherry transfer: ohio state uni- versityighillel, psychology clubs. g, m. transfer, I A795 ,,.. , C U ' pick, pablo omicron pi, spanish club, inter- national students society, m.a.a., secretary, dormitory vice pres., squash team, co-capt., freshman track, varsity soccer, squash, ten- nis, intramural baseball, foreign student, in- tramuraligyolleyball. m E oracle, photography ,editon plaut, simon michael dean's list, junior honors, psi chi, pres., psychology club, sec- retary, hillel, pres., council of religious clubs, pres. g podwall, arthur transfer, nassau commu- nityfccillege, sigma alpha eta, viali. x,,.f ae, - , 5,3 1' w pogrebinsky, eileen joy alpha' -'epsilon deltafifbeta beta beta, hillel, pres., biology club, pres. I pollack, iudith transfer, cortland, iota al- pha pi, treasurer, hillel, c.c.u.n. I f poole, roger r. accounting society, s.a.m. ann transfer, syracuse sigma lilallpha eta, delta phi epsilon. posner, ioel history guild, biology club, c.c.u.n., treasurer, wali, delphian. post, candia transfer, the college of pres. of student christiansrassocia- tion, ,histogry guild, council ofgreliggious clubs. richard golf team, frdghfcouncil, gold mask. P' prince, ioan seany, education club, hillel. purinton., lcathi delta gamma, treasurer of class, chain, group leader, student .. .. ,,.. i, .. .L . 1m,, - . . f, 1 aide, IQQIQF council, soph. council. rabin,'in5f,ark I N N raifman,-adrea glee club, french club. mcclermott, john f. chi sigma, iug' end co- chairman. rachman, elaine biology club, ,chemistry C'Ubf ,,,,, M 'Z ' - iii? raptoulis, arthur s. transfer: 'of m'idmi,l alpha epsilon delta, beta beta beta. reid, stephen delphian, history guild. reinheimer, susanne accounting so ic i e t i : .i ltreasurerfifleta chi alpha, pres., 'phi sigma sigma, bursar, hillel. reinhold, kenneth ffilngsferz university of miami,biologycIub. t revis, dorothy r. student nurses assoc. richardson, mariorie l. iota alpha pi, cor- responding secretary, pres. of pledge class, students assoc., corresponding secretary, co- representative, class eo-chairman, class all university night co-chairman, transfer orien- tation co-chairman, fun night chairman, class and s.a. constitution committee, pre-law so- gsiety, vicerqpres., freshman, varsity .cheer- leader, gold mask, s.a. co-pres., correspond- ing secretary, co-chairman, council '65, co- chairman, frosh revolt, chairman, s.a. awards dinner, daisy chain. s roberts, harry who's who, epsilon phi, ad- missions aide, sidekick, co-editor. y 1-52, 3. I robertson, james romano, robert transfer: n.y. institute of technologyfpi sigma epsilon, s.a.m., intra- mural football. - , rosenthal, susan transfer: university of ver- mont, phi alpha eta. rotchford, gilbert l. transfer, university of florida, s.a.m.g .TM rothfeld, lynn delphian, outlook, young democrats, gold mask. rothschild, allan delta phi gamma, pres. frosh baseball. rovegna, paul varsityiilgcrosse. rubin, marsha women's varsity. rudes, sylviq-,gail socfianthro cliufpeduca- tion club, hillel. ' rudzitis, gundars freshman lacrosse, var- swimrning, kappagpi alpha, sichemistry club, lutheran club. russo, daniel ryan,.elizabeth sacller, ann. salembier, richard intermural softball. .S""1mf"'f bC"'Y hi.l.l?.l.i,...bl0'09Y Citi? Chem istry club,i young 'jilritramural' baseball, football, freshman, baseball team. STEPHEN REID SUSANNE REINHEIMER History Accounting KENNETH REINHOLD Biology 'ii DOROTHY R. REVIS MAJORIE L. RICHARDSON Nursing History HARRY ROBERTS Business Management ,'-5 8 JAMES ROBERTSON ROBERT ROMANO SUSAN ROSENTHAI- Art Industrial Management SP99Cl1 Tl'lefUPY l l f"'fYP tv-.nf LYNN ROTHFELD ALLAN ROTHSCHILD PAUL ROVEGNA English Biology GILBERT L. ROTCHFORD Management T -t . A Rl 'iaisffiff . -, ul SYLVIA GAIL RUDES GUNDARS RUDZITIS DANIEL RUSSO Sociology Chemistry Government MARCIA RUBIN Physical Education i, t l - BARRY SALTZMAN Biology ELIZABETH RYAN ANN SADLER RICHARD SALEMBIER History Art Education 255 Personnel samson burke, john transfer: ithaca col- lege, chi sigma, vice pres., secretary, iudicial board, s.a.m., s.a.c., co-chairman orienta- tion week, co-chairman fall festival, iunior council, varsity track, campustpolice. san filippo, josephine student nurses assoc., newman club. sardelli, ioseph epsilon phi. sasso, rosemary education club, newman club, sigma kappa. saunclers, patricia s. psi chi, pres., secre- tary, clean's list, '62-'63, '63-'64, sopho- more honors, junior high honors, delphian, psychology club, philosophy club. saxon, ronald i. alpha epsilon delta, vice pres., varsity golf team, pi lambda phi, i.f.c. schatz, stuart transfer: state university at tarmingdale, pi sigma epsilon. scheps, susan education club, gold mask. schiavelli, robert cl- pi sigma, pledge cap- tain, i.f.c. representative. schnell, howard hillel. schneider, Iucie schultz, marilyn teri psych. club, secretary. schumer, maureen phys. ed. club, hockey, basketball, tennis, delphian, w.a.a. schwab, craig pi sigma, pledge capt., del-. phian, spanish club, intermurals, hillel, ed- ucation club,'pre-law society. schwartz, ellen cl. sigma alpha eta, iota alpha pi, vice pres., pledge mistress, co- chairman may festival, dance club. schwarz, jeanette gold mask, alpha epsi- lon phi, wali, program director, chief studio engineer, head public relations, engineer, head of announcer's clinic, chamber music societyfglee club, die bondenrunde. segal, amiel tau epsilon phi, psychology. seitler, burton n. psychology club, hillel. seligman, phyllis sessa, henry who's who, pi lambda phi, i.f.c. representative, pledge master, varsity soccer, group leacler, delphian, council of '65, soph council, iunior council. shapiro, carolyn .a. who's who, chamber music society, glee club, daisy chain, gold mask. l l l ui l 5 1 T W HOWARD SCHNALL History l.UClE SCHNEIDER MARILYN TERI SCHULTZ I Speech Therapy Psychology MAUREEN SCHUMER English -1 'Fld' QI? l' ELLEN D. SCHWARTZ JEANETTE SCHWARZ Speech Therapy CRAIG SCHWAB AMIEL SEGAL English Psychology BURTON N. SEITLER PHYLLIS SEUGMAN HENRY SESSA CAROLYN SHAPIRO Psychology Sociology Physical Education English 51.1 JANE SHAPIRO Art Education GAIL SHIELDS Speech Therapy STEVEN L. SHAPIRO PAUL SHEA Business Management Physical Education 'ii -All .J ff ., KAREN G. SHOR R. MIRANDA SHORT English Psychology ik' ALAN SIEGMAN SUSAN KAPLAN SILBERSTEIN GEORGE Sll.VA Dramatic Arts-English Fine Arts industrial Management shapiro, iane kappa pi, fine arts club, vic pres., oracle, education club, hillel. shapiro, steven l. freshman basketball, varsity squash, delphian sports editor, s.a.m. hillel. shea, paul transfer, nassau community col- lege, chi sigma, vice pres., i.f.c. representa- tive, phys. ed. club, vice pres., varsity la- crosse, newman club. shields, gail transfer: Chatham college, psi chi, corresponding secretary, sigma alpha eta, sophomore honors, iota alpha pi. shor, karen g. transfer: university of buf- falo, alpha epsilon phi. short, r. miranda soph. council, iunior council, council of '65, co-chairman of en- tertainment committee, co-chairman of field day, co-chairman class all college night. siegman, alan transfer: nassau community college, wali, gold mask. silberstein, susan kaplan transfer: univer- sity of miami, soph council, fine arts club. silva, george s.a.m. silver, melvin transfer, boston university, s.a.m. silverman, rita delta phi epsilon, seany, education club, hillel. simidian, gharapet sinkevich, hedwig delta delta delta, groupl leader. i l- ,i sinopoli, thomas r. omicron pi, pres., i.f.c. l representative, m.a.a,, pres., treasurer, 1 s.a.m., secretary, frosh, varsity basketball, varsity track. l siursen, arnold skelton, gwen skipper, helen olivia dance club, pres. y. vice pres., secretary, student christian as- soc., outlook. slavin, stanley phys. ed. club, freshman, varsity soccer. slezak, charles f. frosh swimming, varsity swimming, varsity track. smith, reginald freshman, varsity track, soccer team, s.a.m., international students society. smollen ronald MELVIN SILVER Marketing THOMAS R. SINOPOLI Business Administration STANLEY SLAVIN Physical Education GHARAPET SIMIDIAN HEDWIG SINKEVICH Mathematics English RITA SILVERMAN Atep GWEN SKELTON HELEN OLIVIA SKIPPER Government Dance ARNOLD SJURSEN Sales Management CHARLES F. SLEZAK REGINALD SMITH RONALD SMOLLEN lndusfrigl Mgnqgemenf Business Management Accounting ! 'Y RICHARD SOLBY GERARD SOLED MARK A. SOLOMON Physical Education Personnel Management History SAMUEL SOLOMON Accounting LYNNE SPECTOR EDWARD SPINELLI JUNE DALE SPIRER Speech Accounting Sociology MELINDA SOREN Education STEVEN SPIRO WALTER SPURGE PETER STEIN ARLINE STEINBERG Mathematics Marketing Accounting EI1gliSl'l solby, richard transfer, eureka college, omicron pi, executive council, phys. ed. club. soled, gerard transfer: queensborough community college, university of missouri. solomon, mark a. pre-law society, c.c.u.n., democratic club, outlook, italian club. solomon, samuel soren, melinda seany, education club. spector, lynne dean's list, sigma alpha eta, delta phi epsilon, corresponding secretary, wali,s.r.c. spinelli, edward spirer, iune dale transfer: university of pittsburgh, phi sigma sigma, delphian, s.r.c. spiro, steven math club, fine arts club. spurge, walter kappa pi alpha, pres., var- sity golf. stein, peter transfer: pratt institute, ac- counting society. steinberg, arline transfer: fredonia state university, hillel. stern, martin pi lambda phi, co-chairman university weekend, soph council, may fes- tival. sterrett, dorothy stevens, edward g. eta chi alpha, iunior honors, accounting society. stodel, Ioretta phi sigma sigma, vice ar- chon, psychology club. strubbe, dale i. transfer: n.y.u., espilon phi, secretary, pi sigma epsilon, secretary, co-chairman of may festival, student chris- tian assoc., treasurer. stuart, gladys delta zeta, recording secre- tary, treasurer, psychology club. stuart, iuliet transfer: barnard college, dean's list, international students society. sullivan, patricia delta zeta, vice pres., rush chairman, young republicans, student nurses assoc., student christian assoc. swanson, david h. transfer: rutgers univer- sity, who's who, flambeau, chi sigma, s.a., co-pres., treasurer, group leader, co-chair- man, winter carnival, co-chairman, s.a. finance committee, co-chairman, student lounge committee, iunior council, pre-law society, varsity Ia crosse. MARTIN STERN DOROTHY STERRETT History Business Education I EDWARD G. STEVENS Accounting LORETTA STODEL DALE J. STRUBBE Psychology Business Management GLADYS STUART English JULIET STUART PATRICIA SULLIVAN DAVID H. SWANSON Biology Nursing History KENNETH TALESNICK WILLIAM TALMADGE Psychology Industrial Management STEWART TAIN Speech WILLIAM TOBIN DIANE TORRACA Marketing French CHARLES TELEFU5 Chemistry RUTH TERNER JOHN TORTORICI Speech Marketing ROBERTA TRIFON PETER TRloLo HELEN TSAGARIS BONNIE UDIN Government Bioiogy Aff Business Administration VALERI E UNANDER Speech Therapy f 'Sl PATRICIA VANSTON Nursing PZ RICHARD V055 Physics tain, stewart wali, business manager, sports director, announcer, engineer, alpha phi beta, pledge master. talesnick, kenneth omicron pi, correspond- ing secretary, varsity baseball, squash. talmaclge, william a. transfer, plattsburg state, honorary marketing society, pi sigma epsilon, young republicans. teletus, charles "beta delta chi, clean's list, iunior honors, chemistry club, treasurer. terner, ruth sigma alpha eta, hillel, wali. tobin, william transfer: state university of new york, campus police,.pi sigma epsilon. torraca, diane pi delta phi, pres., iunior honors, sigma kappa, corresponding secre- tary, french club, newman club, council. tortorici, iohn transfer: rider college, dean's list, intrarnurals. trifon, roberta delta phi epsilon, hillel, delphian. triolo, peter tsagaris, helen a. kappa pi, vice pres., sec- retary, delta gamma, second vice pres-., sen- ior dinner, co-chairman, fine arts club. udin, bonnie math club, accounting society. unander, valerie who's who, sigma alpha eta, treasurer, freshman, sophomore honors, sigma kappa, wali, group leader. van dyne, walter golf team, capt. i.r., varsity golf team, capt., trash council. van niewerburgh, paul outlook, treasurer, philosophy club, council '65, delphian pho- tographer, oracle photographer, wali, vanston, patricia student nurses assoc., pub- licity chairman, newman club, treasurer. velazques, christina dean's list, sophomore honors, iunior honors, sigma delta pi, secre- tary-treasurer, pres., spanish club. gg ventura, joseph classics honorary, capt. of freshman baseball team, varsity baseball, omtcron pi, executive council. voss, richard pi mu epsilon, physics club. walker, roberta council of religious clubs, secretary, student christian assoc., biology club. wallis, stephanie iunior council, iota alpha pi. Sgr! ui -rv' WALTER VAN DYNE PAUL VAN NIEWERBURGH Economics Psychology BE' CHRISTINA VELAZQUEZ JOSEPH VENTURA Spanish Physical Education will 2 ROBERTA WALKER STEPHANIE WALLIS Biology Afep RUTH WALTER RICHARD WARD ANDREW WARGO Nursing History Psychology RONNI TUNKEL WEINER Mathematics PHILIP WEINGARTEN SANDRA WEINREBE RICHARD WEINSIER Accounting Afep Mqnqgemenf I LORI WEISBERGER Sociology I i 3 DANIEL WEISS Accounting HILLARY welss STEVEN wEnzMAN STEWART wlcKsMAN Education 264 Management Hisfory-Government I i ANDREA WIDELITZ History ANN WINSTEN Biology ARTHUR WIENER RONALD WILLDIGG Government History N-V Qrvg , , JOAN WISCH CAROL WOLITZKY Mathematics Speech Therapy ROBERT WOODS JOSEPH YOUNG ILONA YUHASZ Physical Education Government NU"5lnQ waltergruth ann fgesllmjan, sophqzrnpre hon- ors, stuclent nurses assoc., student christian assoc. ward, richard transfer, new york state maritime-college. j wargo, andrew golf team, squash team. weiner, g tunkel ronnig transfer, vassar col- lege,..itcjlian club, matlj,,Cl,Ub, hillelg weingarten, philip accounting society. weinrebe, sandra education club,, outlook. weinsier, richard s.a.m. weisberger, lori transfer, n.y.u., biology club, hillel. j jj weiss, daniel chi sigma, social chairman. weiss, hillary iota alpha pi. Weitzman, steven A scjuash intermurals, var- sity squash. A wicksman, stewart biology club, psychology club. , ,Q widelitz, andrea j. dean's list, freshman, sophomore honors, psi chi, hillel, psych. club, phi alpha theta, pres., eta sigma phi, alpha epsilonffphi, recordingjsecretary, histoiyguild. wiener, arthur dean's list, junior honors, sophomore honors, psi chi, hillel, psych. club, pre-law society, history guild. willdigg, ronald s. transfer: university of vermont, delphian, intercollegiate editor, young democrats, treasurer, ocacle, associate editor. j . winsten, ann transfer: boston university, bi- ology club. wischujoan dean's list, sophomore, honors, junior -honors, pi mu? epsilon, pi ifdeltatphi, lutheran club, secretary, treasurer, math club. wolitzky, carol transfer: hunter college, sig- ma alpha eta, vice presfftwali, hilleljfi? "ii woods, robert transfer: university of tampa, phys. ed. majors club, varsity track, varsity lacrosse? . s ,.i. young, joseph yuhasz, ilona student nurses assoc., corre- sponding secretary. jj ?5 STEVEN ZAKEN WILLIAM ZINC Accounting English zoken, steven david tronsfer: university of cincinnati, s.o.m.g o.m.a.g intramural basket- ball, football, baseball. zino, william i. zwerling, rosalie fine arts club, secretcxryf math club, seony, education club, l'1iIlel. carucci, john secheuer, robert ' ' Qi A I A l i ROSALIE ZWERLING JOHN CARUCCI Art I i, '- 1 i ROBERT SCHEU ER Political Science Douglas Vogel IN MEMORIAM It is not often that a university is able to boast a stu- dent as well liked, as fine in character, and as gen- erous in nature as was Douglas Vogel. The -Adelphi Man par excellence, Douglas entered the College- in September l96l and passed away suddenly, tragic- ally on January 12, IQ64. It would be superfluous to list his numberless activities and interests. Heaoded directly tor the Student Council presidency when his life was so brutally cut off, Douglas brought success to everything he touched, and a warmth and hu- manity to everyone he knew, which included almost everyone at Adelphi. His death at age 19 stunned and saddened our campus and all those who at- tended Adelphi while he was here will doubtless never forget the event. But the spirit of optimism, the sense of humor, the good will and the generosity which so characterized Douglas Vogel will remain as his heritage to us an ideal toward which all of Adelphi may strive, and while striving, may grow out of its sorrow. J .5 dk n 1 - I ' i ..' 5 ' Q 7' 'I' .' S' , r - i . i I . 1' ti 9 ... ' .1 . 1 - ' 4 ' ka f, I I: A - l".,'A. ..:"'-.v . e Jrilfl. 'JA X 4 'v' 1-4 u ,Y m?w'.": ' it I-,I i '. "2 o-'- ' NB . ' 4 'l. , ' ' C' . g. ...Q . - 1 . A',, . ' : 5 ' ' f f"--"wwf, w -2+l"9fff ' 'ff' " ' -J.-'.,--2"i tu-' K.-.Luca ' ,' 'I .. 1 g ' . 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'lv V' I",-L f'.r'- ."'.f.',.', li' 1,1 I ufllca I ,Z - 4 . .I ' . 1' fu 1 .b V- fl' 'fl 'x rf' l ' D . . X 1.x l , ah -1. It 'A 'gl' im: vi' - ' 1 ' ' . - 'Q' ' ,Xrf ' .. , . 1 . . .in 'A vc ft' . ' u ,K A V of ' 1 ln: K 'aA'5'f'. ' In " V gf: .hai ' ' ' 'qi vs- ' I W' .f 'V 'l 5,4 'J 1 I 35" IQ Q , -E ,fix ,J-. Q , .,-gg., .- Y 1 Q X ' .nf 'yi u- 1 -l I iK41,.Af:.L5?' y , 1 . A H '..'x,-., , , ' Q "' 2: H " ' ' P A S - 4' Q x i rg- , an x . I I' d X x u O 1 I F ,. I by 3, J ' 1 .A ' JA. I 1 -' . .tg .- ' 35 Sf- VO' ' l.'5"A ' ! PAN " " - VI "Q "1 K xx flu. . I xp K, Jfvb. - ' f' '. ' 4! I 4 '-'sy ",.'... .' ll. . au, Q, . f'-T QI ,s'1,X. frxx ' V 5 -u . '. " 2- 'J' f' 1. H- I-f, .71 k , . ,JL kitty' iv '-. .1 o 'A ' ' - , r , . 0 Q ,' . I ' 'gg M .-. . . 'ir . ,I I' Q-qx":47T"' ' cf 1' '- I 4 'A .,1 R MISS JOANNE R. AANESTAD, 516 5th Street, Greenport, N.Y., 1968, Nursing MR. JOSEPH F. ABALDO, 41 Semon Road, Huntington, L.l., N.Y., 1967, English MR. JOHN H. ABEL, 426 Atlantic Avenue, Oceanside, ' L.I., N.Y., 1966, Mang. MISS SARA ANN ABEL, 2000 Kings Highway, Brooklyn 29,N.Y., 1965, ATEP MISS NAN L. ABRAHAMS, 825 Barberry Lane, Woodmere, New York, 1966, Psych. 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.PI1ys. MR. EDWARD C. ABZUG, 29-14 139th Street, Flushing 54, N.Y., 1967, Chem. MISS JUNE ACER, 290 Hamilton Ave., West Hempstead, N.Y., 1968, German MISS JULIE E. ACHS, 426 Clairemont Road, Villanova, Penna., 1966, Biology . 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 MISS CYNTHIA D. ADAMS, 425 Main Street, White Plains, N.Y., 1967, ATEP MISS LENORE C. ADAMS, 10 Whittier Dr., Albertson, N.Y., 1968, English MR. LEE ADELMAN, 2762 Third Place, Baldwin, N.Y., 1968, Chem. MISS NINA M. AGABIAN, 20 Edgewater Lane, Great Neck, N.Y., Chemistry MR. RICHARD A. AGER, 486 Eastern Pkwy., Brooklyn 25, N.Y., 1967, Art Educ. MRS. JUDY-ANN GRAY AGINS, 37-15 191st St., Flushing, New York, Apt. 5112, 1964, Music MR. WILLIAM AGNELL, JR., 595 Cedar Street, Uniondale, L.l., N.Y., 1967 MISS FRANCINE AGUGLIERO, 29 Whalen St., North Babylon, N.Y., 1968, B.A. MR. KENT E. AHRENS, 9 Pauline Drive, Farmingdale, N.Y., 1967, Chem. MISS SARA AIN, 97-11 Horace Harding Exp., Flushing, N.Y., 1968, Undec. MR. ZAVEN AKIAN, 940 Van Nest Avenue, Bronx 62. N.Y., 1964, Math. MR. PHILIP ALBA, 440 Parkway Dr., Elmont, N.Y., 1968, Music MR. JOEL ALBERT, 2517 Rockville Centre Pkwy., Oceanside, N.Y., 1966, Bio. MISS JOAN A. ALBISTON, 986 Manor Lane, Bay Shore, N.Y. 11706, 1968, Bio. MISS SUSAN I. ALBRECHT, 116-26 120th Street, So. Ozone Park, N.Y. 10020, 1968, Soc. MISS GRACE A. ALDAG, 226-73 129th Avenue, Laurelton 13, New York, 1967, Phys. Ed. MISS RESA S. ALEDORT, 200-24 Keno Ave., Hollis, N.Y. 11423, 1967, Undec. MR. JOSEPH G. ALESI, B Lodge Rd., Great Neck, N.Y. 11020, 1966, Pre-Med MR. WILLIAM V. ALESI, 8 Lodge Road, Great Neck, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Hist., Pre-Law MISS WINFIELD S. ALISON, 46 Montgomery Road. Ellicott City, Maryland, 1965, Bio. MR. VAHE ALLALEMDJIAN, 8 Allston Place, Manhasset, L.l., N.Y., 1966, B.A. MISS JANET L. ALLEN, 30 Pheasant Run, Great Neck, L.l., N.Y., 1965, B.A.G.Bus. MR. STEPHEN M. ALLEN, 3189 Nantucket Lane, Oceanside, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. ERIC L. ALLIGER, 631 Beach 9th Street, For Rockaway 91, N.Y., 1966, Govt. MISS JAYE J. ALMON, 1796 Aaron Ave., East Meadow, N.Y., 1968, Educ. MISS WENDY ANN ALPER, 35 Old Farm Road, Great Neck, N.Y., 1965, Educ. MR. ZANE ALPERT, 280 East Olive St., Long Beach, N.Y., 1968, Undec. MR. BRIAN D. ALTMAN, 12 Cathedral Ave., Apt. c-lo, Hempstead, l..l., N.Y., 1965, Biology MR. STEVEN P. ALTSCHULER, 63-54 252nd St., Little Neck 62, N.Y., 1966, B.A. MR. PHILLIP I. AMARNICK, 541 Beach 131 Street, Belle Harbor 94, N.Y., 1965, B.A. Man. 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ALVIN BARKOVSKY, 110 Constellation Road, Levittown, New York, 1967, Psych. MR. DOUGLAS BARNABY, 738 Hunt Lane, Manhasset, N.Y., 1966, Math. MR. GORDON BARNETT, 69 Washington Ave., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Psych. MISS JILL L. BARON, 738 Carlyle Avenue, Franklin Square, N.Y., 1967, Soc. MR. LEWIS BARON, 69-19 180 Street, Flushing 65. N.Y., 1965, English , MR. EDWARD C. BARRERA, Pilgrim St. Hosp. Stott Homes, 155-lc, N. Box 11'5, West Brentwood, N.Y., 1968, Bio. MISS ANNA MARIE BARRY, 5 Harvey Court, Baldwin, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Math. MISS PHYLLIS D. BARSZ, 19 Damson Lane, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1968, El. Educ. MRS. DIANA LYNN BART, 14 Elk St., Hempstead, 270 N.Y., 1966, Psych. MISS ANNE BASDAVANOS, 4 Sherwood Rd., Glen Cove, N.Y., 1968, El. Educ. MISS LOIS BABS BASEN, 235 Dorchester Road, Garden City So., N.Y., 1965, Med-Tech., Bio. MISS DIANA M. BASILE, 79 Poplar St., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, El. Educ. MR. ALAN DOUGLAS BASS, 2437 Lyvere Street, New York 61, N.Y., 1965, History MISS BARBARA E. BASS, 5 Lahey St., New Hyde Pal N.Y. 11043, 1968, El. Ed. MR. RONALD BASS, 80-08 170 Street,..Iomaica 32, N.Y., 1965, Acct. MR. STUART L. BASS, 198-59 Pompeii Ave., Holliswood, N.Y. 11423, 1968, Govt. MR. THOMAS M. BASS, JR., 9 Deepdale Ct., Glen Cove, N.Y., 11542, 1967, BA MR. ROBERT S. BASSOFF, 770 Hillcrest Place, North Woodmere, N.Y., 1966, Pre-Med. MISS SUSAN L. BATSON, 29 Roundabout Road, Smithtown, L.l., N.Y., 1965, ANTEP MR. JACK G. BATTAGLIA, 164 Wilson Avem Brooklyn 37, New York, 1966, Phys. Ed. 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. MISS EILEEN BAUMANN, 2354 Crompond Road, Yorktown Heights, New York, 1968, Spa. MISS BARBARA E. BAUMBACH, 361 Wilson Blv Mineola, N.Y. 11501, 1968, Nurs. MR. KENNETH A. BAUSER, 134 Wells Road, Northport, N.Y., 1965, 'B.A. MR. ROBERT V. BAY, 84-29 56th Ave., Elmhurst, N.Y., 1968, Pre-Eng. MR. WILLIAM C. BEATTIE, JR., 28 Richlee Ct., Apt. 3-S, Mineola, N.Y., 1968, BA MR. JAMES BEATTY, 25 Fairway Lane, Manhasset, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Psy. Ed. MISS AUDREY LOIS BECHER, 105 Irish Lane, East Islip, L.I., N.Y., 1965. B.A., Mkt. Ret. MR. HERMANN' J. BECK, 78-28 65th Street, Glendale 27, N.Y., 1964, B.A. Mgt. MR. MANUEL BECKERMAN, 61 Roxbury Rd., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Bio. 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. MRS. JOAN BEDER, 170-12 130th Ave., Jamaica, N.Y., 1966, Psych. MISS PATRICIA B. BELKIND, Creedmoor State Hospital, BO-45 Winchester Blvd., Queens Village, N.Y., 1968, Nurs. 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, NLl'rsing MISS JACQUELINE W. BEMIS, 154 Village Road, Manhasset, N.Y. 11030, 1966, Eng. MR. THOMAS F. BENCIN, 20 Jackson Avenue, Elmont, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Hist. MISS ANN M. BENEDETTO, 484 Roguette Avenue, So. Floral Park, N.Y., 1967, Phys. Ed. MISS DAMARIS E. BENJAMIN, 194-25 Dunton Avenue, Hollis 23, N.Y., 1967, Art MISS ALICE BENTLEY, 168 Cherry Lane, Amherst, Mass., '1966, Math MR. GARY L. BERENHOLTZ, 135 Eastern Pkwy., Brooklyn, N.Y., 1968, Hist. MISS SUSAN G. BERENS, 135 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn 38, N.Y., 1965, Undec. MR. DENNIS BERG, 89 Grant Avenue, East Rockaway, L.1., N.Y., 1967, B.A., Mgt. MISS SANDRA T. BERG, 65-54 173rd St., Flushing, N.Y., 1968, El. Educ. MISS GRACE C. BERGER, 36 'Brixton Road, Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MR. JOSEPH BERGER, 1589 Fillmore Street, Baldwin, N.Y., 1966, Acct. MR. MARK BERGER, 17 East Fulton Street, Long Beach, N.Y., 1967, Math. MR. LLOYD E. BERGERON, Toilsome Avenue, Norwalk, Conn., 1965, Bio. MISS DOROTHY A. BERGMANN, 336 First St., Mineola, N.Y., 1965, Math. MISS HELEN J. BERKOVITZ, 166-15 27th Avenue, Flushing, New York, 1967, Undec. MISS ROSLYN BERKOVITZ, 166-15 27th Avenue, Flushing 58, N.Y., 1965, B.A. MR. WALTER BERKOWITZ, 40 East 43rd Street, Brooklyn 3, N.Y., 1965, Undec. MR. WILLIAM BERKOWITZ, 137-25 Francis Lewis Blvd., Laurelton 13, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. EDWARD P. BERLA, 88-21 82nd Avenue, Glendale 27, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. STEVEN FRANK BERLETH, I9 West 18 Street, Huntington Station, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Hist. MISS JANE BERLEY, 36 Cornwells Beach Road, Sands Paint, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Psych. MR. PAUL R. BERLIN, 470 Ocean Avenue, Brooklyn 25, N.Y., 1966, Acct. MR. U. STEPHEN BERLINER, 147 Birchwood Park Dr., Jericho, N.Y., 1965, Hist. VIR. BARRY BERMAN, 528 Livonia Avenue, Brooklyn 7, N.Y., 1966, Acct. MISS MARJORIE L. BERMAN, 18 Fortune Lane, Jericho, N.Y., 1968, Med-Tech MISS NANCY DEE BERMAN, 121 West Seaman Ave., Freeport, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. RICHARD BERNARD, 61-04 255 Street, Little Neck 62, New York, 1965, Mktg. MR. ROBERT C. BERNARD, 2570 Ocean Ave., Seaford, N.Y., 1966, Psych. MISS ANTOINETTE V. BERNARDO, 5 Steven Court, Deer Park, L,1., N.Y., 1966, French MISS CLAIRE E. BERNARDO, 126 Evans St., New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1968, ATEP MISS ALICE M. BERNHARD, 208 Daniel Road N, Massapequa, L.l., N.Y., 1965, English MR. ANDREW E. BERNHARDT, 172-25 Jamaica Ave., Jamaica, N.Y., 1965, Bio. MISS RITA M. BERNHARDT, 200 Corbin PI., Brooklyn, N.Y.: 1968, Dance MR. WAYNE BERNITT, 72-18 164 Street, Flushing, N.Y. 11365, 1966, Acct. Mkt. MR. NEIL H. BERNSTEIN, 1915 New Haven Ave., For Rockaway, N.Y. 11691, 1968, Math. MISS JANE I. BERRIE, R.D. qi I, Millville, N.J., 1968, Undec. MISS GAIL C. BERSON, 379 Terrace Ave., Garden City So., N.Y., 1967, ATEP MISS BARBARA A. BERTRAM, 236-15 I 19111 Ave., Cambria Heights, N.Y., 1968, Ph. Ed. MR. JOHN BETKE, 102 East Avenue, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1967, Acct. MISS JOAN BETTS, 305 Hughes St., Bellmore, N.Y., 1968, Ph. Ed. MR. RONALD BIEBER, 17-11 utopia Pkwy, Whitestone 57, N.Y., 1966, Mngt. MISS MICHELLE BIEN, 73-47 183rd St., Flushing, N.Y., 1966, Spec. MR. ARTHUR BINKOWITZ, 201 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn 38, N.Y., 1965, Blo., Pre-Med. MISS STEPHANIE BIRD, 86 Roxbury Road, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Psy. Ed. 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 MISS LYNN B. BISCHOFF, 136 New Hyde Park Road, Garden Ci L I N Y 1965 Nursing ty, . ., . .1 1 MR. JOHN BISHARA, 121 Biltmore Blvd., Massapequa, New York, 1965, Mgmt. MR. JOHN A. BLACK, 70 Hiddink St., Sayvllle, N.Y., MRS. AGNETA BLACKWELL, 115-16 204 Street, New York, New York, 1968 Bio. MR. JOHN R. BLAKE, 67 Mallard Road, Levittown, N.Y., 1966, Math. MISS STEPHANIE BLANC, Shore Park Rd., Bayview Ave., Great Neck, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Psych. MISS MYRA S. BLANCH, 14 Woods Lane, Roslyn, N.Y., 1968, Psych. MISS CARYN J. BLAND, 31-50 138th Street, Flushing, N.Y., 1966, Sp. Ther. MISS MERYL BLANK, 32 Newark Court, Bayonne, N.J., 1966 Speech Ther. MR. HAROLD BLANTHORN, 5409 Kings Highway, Brooklyn 3, N.Y., 1965, Psych. MISS ARMIDA M. BLASI, 2203 5th Street, East Meadow, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Antep. MISS JOAN BLEYER, 53-12 Morenci Lane, Little Neck, New York, 1968, EI. Educ. MR. ANDREW BLITZER, 50 Hummingbird Drive, East Hills, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MRS. JANE B. BLOCK, 195 So. Middle Neck Road, Great Neck, N.Y., 1965, Soc. MISS JUDY A. BLOCK, 13 Grace Avenue, Merrick, New York, 1968, El. Educ. MR. RICHARD BLOCK, 1718 Henry Rd., No. Merrick, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS WENDI S. BLOCK, 183 Lincoln Avenue, Island Park, New York, 1968, Spa. MR. DAVID E. BLOND, 67-36 Harrow Street, Forest Hills 75,N.Y., 1966, Bio., Pre-Dent. MR. ROBERT L. BLUMENKRANTZ, 3440 Woodward Street, Oceanside, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Math. MR. KENNEDY BOARDMAN, 65 Fourth St., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Psych. MR. LAWRENCE BOAS, 417 St. John Pl., Franklin Square, N.Y. 11010, 1967, Bio. MR. GARY E. BODNER, 175 Brompton Road So., Garden City, L.l., N.Y.: 1966, Unclec. MR. WILLIAM R. BOESCH, 1250 Village Ave., Baldwin, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Biof MR. MICHAEL A. BOGEN, P.O. Box 339, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1964, Bio. MISS KATHERINE E. BOGER, 21 Collins, Lowville, N.Y., 1968, Undec. MISS CAROL L. BOHDAN, 163-31 26th Avenue, Flushing 58, New York, 1968, Psych. MISS ELIZABETH I. BOLAND, 33 Nassau Blvd., Garden City, N.Y., 1966, Hist. MISS KAROL L. BOLIN, 470 Garden Blvd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1966, Speech MR. GEORGE R. BOLZ, 11 Renee Road, Syosset, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Phil. MR. STEPHEN J. BOOK, 1234 Midland Avenue, Bronxville, 8 N.Y., 1967, Speech MR. MICHAEL L. BORELLI, 9-42 120th Street, College Point, N.Y., 1966, Chem. MR. PETER BORGIA, 655 Fenworth Blvd., Franklin Square, N.Y., 1966, Bio. MR. HAROLD A. BORNSTEIN, 2537 Bessemund Avenue, For Rockway, 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. MR. IRA A. BOUER, 1802 Ocean Pkwy. Apt. D12, Brooklyn 23, N.Y., 1967, Psych. MR. WILLIAM P. BOURKE, 308 Jericho Tpke., Floral Park, L.1., N.Y., 1966, Phil. MISS LINDA ANNE BOY, 52 Second Street, New Hyde Park, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Antep. MISS TINA J. BOYARIN, RD -H4 Box 247, Jackson, N.J., 1965, Art. MISS CATHERINE BOYD, 140 Wampum Lane, West Islip, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS REGINA BOYD, 182-20 141 Avenue, Springfield Gdns, N.Y., 1968, Nursing MISS GERALDINE A. BOYLE, 80-45 Winchester Blvd., Queens Village 27, N.Y., 1968, Nurs. MISS ROBERTA H. BOYNICK, 22 Stein Circle, Newton Center, Mass. 02159, 1968, Soc. MISS SUSAN BOZA, 87-44 96th St., Woodhaven, N.Y., 1968 MISS SHARON E. BRALOW, 3300 Queen Lane, Philadelphia 29, Pa., 1965, Nursing MISS ELLEN BRANDSTADTER, 236 Butler Street, Kingston, Pa., 1968, Psych. MR. MICHAEL BRANDSTADTER, 84-19 51st Ave., Elmhurst, N.Y., 1966, History MISS CARLA BRANDT, 140 East Johnson Avenue, Bergentield, New Jersey, 1965, Nursing MR. CARL D. BRAUNSTEIN, Pequot Drive, East Norwalk, Conn., 1968, Chem. MISS WENDY N. BRAUNSTEIN, 1229 Lynne Street, N. Baldwin, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Soc. MRS. ELIZABETH H. BRAUTIGAM, 22 School Street, East Williston, N.Y., 1965, Soc. MR. LAWRENCE WAYNE BRAZ, 56 Prince Avenue, Freeport, N.Y. 11520, 1968 MISS ANNE BRAZEAU, 112 Kingsbury Road, Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. CHARLES BREITFELD, 30 Jefferson Street, New Hyde Park, L.1., N.Y., 1965, Phy. Ed. MR. ANDREW J. BRENNAN, 9122 50th Avenue, Elmhurst, N.Y., 1967, Phys. Ed. MISS JANE D. BRESS, 54 Lahey Street, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1966, Spe. Ther. MISS VERA E. BREWIS, 299 Kilburn Rd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1968 MISS SONDRA J. BRITCHKY, 3136 Kings Highway, 'Brooklyn 34, New York, 1965, Nursing MR. PATRICK G. BRODIE, 149-45 Northern Blvd., Flushing, N.Y. 11354, 1966, Soc. MR. JOEL M. BRODKIN, 33 Jayson Avenue, Great Neck, New York, 1966, Psych. 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 MR. JAMES F. BROHAN, 694 The Fenway, Baldwin, N.Y. 11510, 1967, Ex. Man. MR. THOMAS J. BRONSKY, 110 West End Avenue, Binghamton, N.Y., 1967, English MISS HARRIET BRONSTEIN, 31 Highland Terrace, Brockton 40, Mass., 1966, Dance MRS. JOANNE BRONSTEIN, 30-60 86th St., Jackson Heights, N.Y., 1966, Nursing MR. ALLAN R. BROOK, 251 Cherry Place, East Meadow, L.l., N.Y., 1966, B.A. Mktg. MR. THOMAS WEBB BROOKS, JR., 1 Maple Drive, Apt. IF, Great Neck, New York, 1965, Mktg. MISS JANE E. BROPHY, 80-45 Winchester Blvd., Queens Village, N.Y., 1968, Nurs. MR. HARRY BROSE, 34 Franklin Square, Freeport, L.l., N.Y.: 1967, Physics MISS SHEILA BROTHERS, 19 Perdicaris Place, Trenton 8, New Yersey, 1967, Soc. MISS BARBARA ANN BROWN, 640 Kenwood Road, Ridgewood, N.J., 1966, 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 GAIL BROWN, 21 Wintergreen Drive, Melville. Huntington Station, New York, 1968, Mu. 271 MR. JOHN P. BROWN, 356 Lake Avenue, Deer Park, New York, 1968, Eng. MR. KENNETH L. BROWN, 12 Cathedral Ave., Apt. C10, Hempstead, N.Y. 11501, 1967, Phy. MISS PATRICIA E. BROWN, 24 Tremont Ave., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, ATEP MR. LAWRENCE JAY BROWNER, 75-26 196th Street, Flushing sa, N.Y., 1965, Ming. MISS PAMELA J. BRUCATO, 733 Franklin Street, Westbury, L.I., N.Y., 1966, ATEP MR. EDWARD D. BRUN1, 150 Sullivan St., New York, N.Y. 10012, 1967, Fin. MISS ANNA M. BRUNO, 2914 Carnation Avenue. Baldwin, New York 11510, 1968, Ed. ATEP MISS PATRICIA THERESA BRUNO, 1 Catherine Place, North Bellmare, L.1., N.Y., 1965, Nursing MR. JOEL BROWNSTEIN, 28-O9 203 Street, Bayside 60, N.Y., 1965, Hist., Pre-Law MISS PATRICIA BRUNAUER, 268 Hempstead Avenue, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS DENESE V. BRYAN, 173-10 143rd Road, Springfield Gdns, N.Y. 11434, 1968, Nurs. MR. NICHOLAS J. BRYAN, JR., 247 Elton Road, Stewart Manor, N.Y., 1967, Govt. MISS KAREN A. BRYK, 47 Fern Street, Floral Park, N.Y., 1967, Nursing MISS PAMELA BRYS, Bellfall Road, Middlefield. Conn., 1968, Bio. MR. DOUGLAS T. BUCHAN, 14 Manhasset Avenue, Port Washington, L.I., N.Y., 1965, B.A. Mgt. MR. ROBERT E. BUCK, 1027 Douglas Avenue, Wantagh, New York, 1968, Arch MR. DENNIS JOSEPH BUCKLEY, 45 Diamond Street, Elmont, New York, 1968, Bio. MR. DOUGLAS BUDDE, B0 S. Ireland Pl., Amityville, N.Y., 1967, Psych. MR. FREDERICK A. BUDDE, 101 East Euclid Street, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1968, Psych. MISS PATRICIA R. BULGER, R.D. 4 Chapel Drive, Dix Hills, Huntington, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Home Eco. MISS VICKI J. BURGREEN, 144-45 75th Avenue, Flushing 67, N.Y., 1967, Math. MR. PRESTON M. BURCH, 4 Kingsbury Road, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Physics MISS DEBORAH M. BURKE, 270 West End Ave., New York, N.Y., 1968, Psych. MISS EILEEN BURKE, 1947 Charles Street, Bellmare, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Hist. MR. JAMES M. BURNS, 13 Tudor Drive, New Hyde Pork, N.Y., 1966, B.A. Acct. 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. MISS DAWN FRANCES BUSFIELD, 210 Chestnut Street, Oneonta, New York, 1968, Nurs. MR. ROBERT A. BUSH, 873 Court Road, Franklin Sq., N.Y. 11010, 1966, Hist. MR. ROBERT A. BUTCHER, 120-08 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 JANE DAVIS BUTZNER, 556 Myrtle Avenue, Woodbury, New Jersey, 1968, Sp. 8. Dr. 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. MISS ELIZABETH L. BYRNE, 171 Kildare Rd., Garden City, N.Y. MR. JOSEPH M. CAGGIANO, 41-34 Ithaca Street, Elmhurst 73, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. PAUL E. CAHILL, 10 Osborne Place, Rockville Centre, N.Y. 11570, 1967, Sp. 81 Dr. MR. MICHAEL J. CAIN, 190 Fernboro Rd., Rochester, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MRS. ROSLYN S. CALDICOTT, 2789 Matthew Lane, Seaford, N.Y., 1966, B.A. MISS JANET LYNNE CALICA, 54-12 69 Place, Maspeth 78, N.Y., 1965, Govt. MR. CHARLES V. CALIMAN, 2069 Hendricks Avenue, Bellmare, L.l., N.Y., 1965, English MR. VICTOR CALIMAN, 2069 Hendricks Ave., Bellmare, L.l.,N.Y., 1967, English MISS IRENE P. CALLAHAN, 816 East Carl Avenue, Baldwin, L.l., N.Y., 1967, English MISS MARGO A. CALLAN, Rogers Drive, Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y., 1967, ATEP MISS BARBARA L. CALLIS, 491 Merrick Road, Apt. A15, Oceanside, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Exec. Sec. MISS LINDA VIVIAN CALVERT, 81-05 262 Street, Glen Oaks 26, N.Y., 1966, Chem. MISS JEANNE CAMBOURIS, 314 16 Avenue, Newark, New Jersey 07103, 1968, Dance MR. STUART M. CAMEN, 83-17 24151 Street, Bellerose 26, New York, 1964, Bio. MR. LEE CAMERON, 28 Livingston St., Huntington Station, N.Y., 1965, Art. MR. WESLEY CAMP, 160 Hilton Ave., Hempstead, N.Y., 1968, Undec. MR. GEORGE CAMPBELL, 22 Willets Lone, Plandome, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. MICHAEL J. CAMPBELL, 85 Ontario Avenue, Massapequa, L.1., N.Y., 1966, Eco. MR. WALTER CAMPBELL, JR., 174 Albertson Place, Mineola, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Pre-Med. MR. RICHARD S. CANDEE, 196-46 69th Ave., Flushing, N.Y., 1966, History MISS BARBARA L. CANDEL, 990 Oaks Drive, Franklin Square, N.Y. 11010, 1968, El. Ed. MR. ROBERT L. CANNAN, 111 Seventh Street, Apt. 402, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Pre-Engr. MISS MARY O. CANTLINE, M.D. 316 Downing Ave., Newburgh, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. MARK E. CANTOR, 124 E. 176th Street, Bronx 53, N.Y., 1966, Acct. MISS JOAN CAPPEL, 518 Cambridge Ave., Westbury, N.Y., 1967, Ph. Ed. MR. JOSEPH A. CARACCIO, 46 Meeting Lane, Hicksville, N.Y., 1968, Bio. MR. JOSEPH V. CARDELLA, 326 Starr St., Brooklyn, N.Y., 1967, Hist. MR. RICHARD CARDENAS, Chicken Valley Rd., Glen Head, N.Y., 1965, Bio. MR. STEPHEN L. CARLSON, 9 Andover Court, Garden City, N.Y., 1967, B.A. MISS WYNSTELLE CARMICHAEL, 195 Hoyt Street, Brooklyn 17, N.Y., 1967, French MRS. JANE W. CARPENTER, 77A Robson Road, Hempstead, New York, 1966, Hist. MR. NICHOLAS M. CARPINELLI, 4 Michel Avenue, Farmingdale, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Govt. MISS JACQUELINE CARPP, 351 Euston Road So., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Hist. MR. DAVID A. CARR, 353 West Penn St., Long Beach, N.Y., 1968, Govt. MR. THOMAS P. CARRAS, 116 Na. Forest Ave., Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1968, Ph. Ed. MISS PATRICIA CARTON, S.W. cor. The Oak Road, Philadelphia 29, Pa., 1965, Speech MISS ANNE-MARIE CARTWRIGHT, 18 Lydia Street, Binghamton, N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med MISS CAROL ANN CARUSO, Creedmoor Hosp., Sub Sta. 60, Queens Village 27, N.Y., 1967, Nurs. DMH MISS MARGARET M. CASA, 6 Kenmore Rd., Garden City, N.Y., 1966, Psycg. MR. JOHN CASO, 23-86 32nd Street, Astoria 5, New York, 1966, Econ. MR. ROBERT J. CASAVIANCA: 201 Kensington Rd. So., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Govt. MISS VIVIAN M. CASSEL, 161-04 Grand Central Pkwy., Jamaica 32, N.Y., 1968, ATEP MISS DARLINDA A. CATAN, 325 Brompton Rd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1968, Educ. MR. PETER CATAPANO, 226 School St., Westbury, N.Y., 1968, Bio. MISS REBECCA E. CATRON, 95 Queens Ave., Elmont, N.Y., 1968, Ph. Ed. MISS KATHERINE F. CERDA, 14 Pearsall Ave., Lynbrook, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Antep. MISS LINDA JO CERDA, 14 Peursall Ave., Lynbrook, N.Y., 1968, Pre-Med MR. BARRY C. CERTNER, 63 Parkside Lane, Bayonne, N..1., 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. 8. Hear MISS NANCY CHAIKEN, 1006 Dartmouth Lane, Woodmere, L.1., N.Y., 1967, English MR. HOWARD CHALIKIAN, 24 Violet Road, Bayville L.l., N.Y., 1965, B.A.G. Bus. MISS LANI CHAMBERLAIN, 3053 Kolakauo Ave., Honolulu, Hawaii, 1968, Drama MR. CALVIN TIN-HEF CHAN, 18 Shan Kwong Rd. Block B 3rd Floor, Happy Valley, Hong Kong, 1968, Archt. MR. DAI-CHOU CHAN, 198 Broadway, New York 38, N.Y., 1965, Ba. Mgt. MR. DEAN C. CHAN, 551 7th Street, West Hempstead, N.Y., 1967, Govt. MR. SAI FUN CHAN, 782 Northgate Drive, Uniondale, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS PATRICIA CHAPMAN, Friendsville Stage, Binghamton, New York, 1967, Undec. MR. MARC S. CHARTON, 300 Nelson Avenue, Peekskill, N.Y., 1967, Hist. MR. KENNETH CHASEN, 87-78 150th Street, Jamaica, N.Y., 1967, Chem. MISS ELYSE CHASKES, 234 N. Brookside Ave., Freeport, N.Y., 1967, Dance MR. ROLAND CHATTAWAY, RFD I,-446 Vanderbilt Pkwy, Dix Hills, Huntington, N.Y., 1966, Math. MR. SONAM'R. CHAZOTSANG, Swargashram, Upper Dharamsala, Kangra, Puniab, India, 1968, Undec. MR. DAVID CHERTOFF, 141-09 28th Avenue, Flushing 54, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MR. PAUL B. CHERVENIE, 72 Parkwood Road, West Islip, N.Y., 1967, English MISS BARBARA ANN CHIAFOLO, 54 Old Broadway, Garden City Park, N.Y., 1965, Med-Tech MISS GIOVANNA R. CHIOFALO, 3472 Knight Street, Oceanside, L.1., N.Y., 1967, Dance MISS SALLY JEAN CHISERI, 258 High Street, Peekskill, N.Y., 1968, Hist. MISS JOAN E. CHIZNER, 72-10 112th Street, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1965, Undec. MISS SHINJA CHOI, Morrison Blvd., Havre de Grace, Md., 1966, Chem. MR. WILLIAM CHOMYK, 7 Hunter Street, Hicksville, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Pre-Med, Bio. 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. ANTHONY CHRISTON, 745 Franklin Street, Westbury, L.l., 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, 71 William Street, Hempstead, New York, 1967, Med. Tech. MISS CATHERINE CHUIPEK, 3728 Regent Lane, Wantagh, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. CHARLES J. CICERO, 1820 McKinley Ave., East Meadow, N.Y. 11554, 1968, Bio. 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. RICHARD CIRINGIONE, 2482 Margaret Street, Bellmore, L.I., 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. MISS LYNDA L. CLARK, 26 Jetterson St., Glen Cove, N.Y., 1966, Soc. MISS SANDRA G. CLARK, 253 Wellington Road, Mineola, L.1., N.Y., 1966, German MR. STEVEN CLARK, 57 Ocean Avenue, Massapequa, N.Y., 1966, French MISS NANCY H. CLARSON, R.D. itil Mill Neck Estates, Oyster Bay, N.Y. 11771, 1968, Chem. MISS LYNNE M. CLAYTON, 41 Avoca Avenue, Massapequa Park, N.Y., 1965, English MISS PAMELA CLEMENT, 139 Stratford Ave., Garden city, N.Y., 1968, An MISS DIANE A. CLEMENTE, 141 Arkansas Dr., Valley Stream, N.Y., 1968, Undec. ' MISS CAROL P. CLIFFORD, 936 MacArthur Street, Bohemia, N.Y., 1965, Soc. MR. RANDOLPH CLIFFORD, 623 Johnson Ave., Bohemia, N.Y., 1968, Acctg. MR. JAMES C. CMAYLO, 45 Johnson Place, Woadmere, L.l., N.Y., 1967, B.A. Mgt. MR. CHARLES C. COCKS, 58 Clark Ave., Cornwall-on-Hydson, N.Y., 1968, Bio. MR. ROGER ALAN CODY, 7 Hewlett Point Ave., East Rockaway, N.Y., 1966, Math. MR. RONALD P. CODY, 7 Hewlett Point Ave., East Rockaway, N.Y., 1968, Phy. MISS KATHLEEN COFFEY, 2954 Morgan Drive, Wantagh, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Pre-Med, Bio. MISS JANET TOBY COGEN, 24 Jasmine Lane, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1968, Speech. . MISS ROSLYN COHAN, 264-48 60th Road, Little Neck, 62, N.Y., 1966, English MISS BARBARA A. COHEN, 25 Gedney Circle, White Plains, N.Y., 1966, Span. MISS ELAINE F. COHEN, 337 Oxford Blvd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS ELAINE V. COHEN, 3478 Woodward Street, Oceanside, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS ELLEN COHEN, 43-31 Ithaca Street, Elmhurst 73, N.Y., 1966, Soc. MR. HOWARD R. COHEN, 7 Fork Lane, Hicksville, N.Y., 1966, Chem. MISS JUDITH COHEN, 16-19 160th Street, Whitestone 57, N.Y., 1966, English MR. MARTIN IRVIN COHEN, 10 Aster Drive, Hicksville, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Pre-Med., Bio. MR. MICHAEL J. COHEN, 21 1-10 18th Ave., Apt. 1-J, Bayside 60, N.Y. MISS PHYLISS L. COHEN, 28 North Regent Street, Port Chester, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS RONNI S. COHEN, 451 Terrace Ave., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Speech MR. STEVEN M. COHEN, 221-01 137 Avenue, Laurelton, N.Y., 1965, B.A. Acctg. 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. MR. DAVID N. COHN, 45 Sullivan Dr., Jericho, N.Y. 11753: 1968 MISS JULIETTE COLANGELO, 547 Greenway E., 'Ms Niceli, West Hempstead, N.Y., 1966, Soc. S.W. MISS MARJORIE S. COLEMAN, 104-40 Queens Blvd., 272 Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1967, Psych. MISS THERESE M. COLIN, 20 Evelyn Ave., Westbury, L.l., N.Y., 1966, French MISS MICHELE ANNE COLLISON, 1708 Riverside Drive, Trenton 8, N.Y., 1965, Speech MISS NANCY COMBES, 124 Pine Street, Oceanside, New York, 1967, Soc. MISS JANET E. CONE, West Side Pond Rd., Box 84, Goshen, Conn., 1968, Psych. MR. DONALD DEXTER CONEY, 7 Stanford Lane, Hicksville, L.l., N.Y., 1965, B.A. Acct. MISS FRANCES M. CONIGLIO, 2286 Parkhurst Road, Elmont, New York: 1968, Med-Tech MR. VINCENT M. CONLON, 3878 Hickory Street, Seaford, New York, 1964, Psy. Ed. MRS. LEATHIA M. CONROW, 235 Greengrove Ave., Uniondale, N.Y., 1964, English MR. GERARD J. COOK, 1290 Jerusalem Avenue, N. Merrick, l..l., N.Y., 1967, Bio. MR. STEPHEN COOPER, B00 Longshore Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 19111, Bio. MR. EDWARD COOPERMAN, 1072 Johnston Avenue, Wantagh, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS JUDITH S. COOPERSMITH, 67-24 213th St., Bayside 64, N.Y., 1968, Sp. 81 Dr. MR. JOHN R. CORDANI, 1527 New Hyde Park Dr., New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1967, Eng. MISS HARRIET R. CORMAN, 36 Turner Drive, New Rochelle, N.Y., 1966, Phys. Ed. MR. ROBERT CORNO, 1309 Jericho Tpke, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1964, English MR. ERNEST M. CORTEGIANO, 102-17 86th Avenue, Richmond Hill 13, N.Y., 1965, Bio. MR. LOUIS COSENZA, 637 Edgewood Dr., Westbury, N.Y., 1968 MR. EDWARD K. COYNE, 31 Fieldmere Street, Elmont, New York, 1965, History MISS KATHLEEN CRETHAN, 21-25 34th Ave., Long Island City 6, N.Y., 1968, Ph. Ed. MR. EDMUND R. CREUTZMANN, 154 Main Parkway, Plainview, N.Y., 1968, Ex. Man. MISS MARGRIT E. CRONER, 75-67 193rd St., Flushing 66, N.Y., 1967, ATEP MR. LEONARD C. CROUCH, 201 Kensington Rd., So., Garden City So., N.Y., 1967, App. Phys. MISS BONNY-LYNN CSABON, 6 Bayfair Drive, Shirley, L.l., N.Y., 1966, English MISS JOAN E. CULLINAN, 174 Old Court House Rd., Manhasset Hills, N.Y. 11042, 1968, Nurs. MISS GRACE A. CUMMINGS, 980 Bennington Drive, Rochester 16, N.Y., 1966, Pre-Med MISS NANCY J. CUNNINGHAM, 347 Gerard Avenue, Elkins Park, Philadelphia 17, Penna., 1967, Nursing MISS JUDITH A. CURTIN, 695 Outlook Ave., North Babylon, N.Y., 1965, Psy. Ed. MISS ARDELL S. CURTIS, 325 North 11th Street, Newark 7, N.J., 1965, ANTEP MISS JANET CURTIS, 69 Smith St., Babylon, N.Y., 1966, Bus. Ed. MR. GREGORY LOUIS CURTO, 1226 Church Street, Bohemia, New York, 1967, Bio. MISS ELEANOR J. CUTLAR, 501 Rutland St., Westbury, N.Y. 11590, 1968, Undec. MR. E. JAMES CUTLER, 31 Lenox Road, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1968, Govt. MR. MICHAEL S. CUTLER, 287 Brompton Rd., So., Garden City, N.Y., 1966, Mngt. MISS CHRISTINE J. CUTTING, 128 Browers Lone, Roslyn Heights, N.Y., 1965, Bio., Pre-Med. MR. ROBERT CYR, 15 Bayside Ave., Port Washington, N.Y. 11050, 1968, Ph. Ed. MR. WALTER JOHN CZARNIECKI, 23 Ketcham Road, Hicksville, New York, 1968, Bio. MR. LAWRENCE D. DACHS, 65-42 Alderton 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-I4 28th Road, Flushing 54, N.Y., 1965, Phys. Ed. MR. ANTHONY DAGUANNO, 15 Greenleaf Drive, Huntington, New York 11743, 1968, Undec. MR. FRANK DAHL, 14 Millers Lane, New Hyde Park, New York, Soc. MR. ORMAN W. DALE, 1807 Roosevelt Ave., No. Bellmore, N.Y. 11712, 1968, Undec. 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 MR. ANTHONY J. D'AMBROS10, 5 Warren Blvd., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Bio. MISS LINDA A. D'AMICO, 21 Lynn Lee Drive, Greensburg, Po., 1968, ATEP MISS DEANNA D'ANGELO, 6519 Perry Court, Hyattsville, Maryland, 1967, Speech MISS GRAYCE M. D'ANGELO, Sub. Sta. 60, Bldg. D, Queens Village 27, N.Y., 1968, Nurs. MR. MICHAEL J. DANIELE, 170 Whitehall Ave., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Bio. MR. STEVEN R. DANIELS, 138-I6 76th Avenue, Flushing 67, New York: 1967, Gov't. MISS HELANE DANKNER, 20 Friendly Lane, Jericho, N.Y., 1968, ATEP MISS KAREN DANN, 150 Prospect Place, Pearl River, New York, 1968, Psych. MR. STEVEN DANOW, 1950 Stratford Dr., Westbury, N.Y., 1967, Acctg. MISS BARBARA DANSKY, 80-43 247111 Street, Bellerose 26, N.Y., 1964, History MISS CAROL A. DANZILO, 1329 East 27th Street, Brooklyn 10, N.Y., 1965, History MR. EDWARD Y. DAOUD, 8571 K Bustan Kubba, Baghdad,lraq, 1967, Engin. MR. BENJAMIN DARDEN, 61-25 97th St., Rego Park, N.Y. 11374, 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. MISS PATRICIA F. DASH, 5 Metropolitan Oval, New York, N.Y. MISS EILEEN M. DATZ, 165 Main Street, East Rockaway, N.Y., 1968, Mu. Ed. MR. ALEXANDER S. DAVIDSON, 551 11th Avenue, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1966, Hist. MR. HOWARD L. DAVIDSON, 620 Rutherford Dr., Seaford, N.Y., 1968, Eng. MISS LAURIE P. DAVIES, 373 Kilburn Road So Garden City, N.Y., 1967, English MISS CAROL ROSE DAVIS, 2108 Seaman Neck Road, Seaford, New York MISS KAREN JEAN DAVIS, 225-10 BB Avenue, Queens Village 27, N.Y., 1965, Nursing MR. PETER T. DAVIS, 504 Croyden Road, Garden City, N.Y., 1965, Biology MR. RICHARD M. DAVIS, 345 Marlborough Road, Cedarhurst, N.Y., 1965, Pre-Med.B 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 MISS ALTHEA A. DeBELLIS, 7 Holder Place, Forest Hills, N.Y., Art 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.Meg. MISS EILEEN DeFELlTTA, 1 West 67th St., New York City, N.Y., 1968, Drama MR. ROY R. DEFRANCIS, 272 East 16th St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11226, 1968, Pre-Med MISS JO-ANN DEGELMANN, 114 Mayfair Ave., Floral Park, N.Y. 11001, 1968, Bio. MR. WILLIAM L. DEHNCKE, 1018 Southern Drive, Franklin Square, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Bio.-P.-D. MR. FRANC E. DelFOSSE, 140 Myrtle Avenue, Cedar Grove, N.J., 1967, Bio. MR. JOHN DELL'OLIO, 708 Crans Street, Elmont, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Phys. Ed. MR. WALTER I. DELPH, 21 Hamilton Terrace, New York 31, N.Y., 1966, Pre-Med, Bio. MR. JOHN DeMARTIN1, 2231 Stewart Avenue, Westbury, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Phys. Ed. MISS ROBERTA DeMAS1, 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. E. MRS. NINA M. DENEROFF, 99-40 63rd Rd., Apt. 50, Forest Hills, N.Y., 1964, Latin MISS MARY J. DENNIS, 36 Brixton Rd., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Drama MR. KEITH DENTON, 35-48 75th Street, Jackson Heights 72, N.Y., 1967, Psych. MISS BARBARA A. DePlETTO, 72 Westminster Road, West Hempstead, N.Y., 1967, Nursing MISS JEAN E. DePlETTO, 72 Westminster Rd., West Hempstead, N.Y. 11552, 1968, Nurs. MISS CAROL M. DeSENA, 224-24 Union Tpke., Bayside 64, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS PATRICIA A. DeSIATI, 1059 Lawrence St., Franklin Square, N.Y. 11010, 1968, Bio. MISS PATRICIA A. DESMAREST, 62 Hemlock Drive, Farmingdale, N.Y., 1968, Undec. MR. PATRICK Y. DESPLANQUE, 350 East 30th St., New York 16, N.Y. MISS BARBARA DESPOSITO, 25 Harvard Road, Garden City So., N.Y., 1966, History MR. JAMES H. DEUTSCH, 200 Linden Blvd., Brooklyn, N.Y., 1968, Govt. MR. ROBERT A. DEUTSCH, 41-10 Bowne Street, Flushing, New York, 1968, Thea. Arts MR. JAMES E. DEVANNEY, 360 Grand Avenue, West Hempstead, N.Y., 1967, Soc. MISS DONNA J. DEVENPORT, B Hart Lane, Ansonla, Conn., 1968, Undec. MISS JUDITH R. DEVONS, 62 Kensington Ave., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Math. MR. RICHARD K. DIA, 310 West 94th Street, New York 25, N.Y., 1966, Speech MISS ANNE DIAMOND, 151 E. Broadway, Long Beach, N.Y., 1967, Phys. Ed. MR. LAWRENCE B. DIAMOND, 1416 East 96th Street, Brooklyn, New York 11236, 1968, Bio. MISS LESLEY DIAMOND, B7-01 Kingston Pl., Jamaica, N.Y., 1968, SPE MRS. JANET DiBENEDETTO, 151-IB 32nd Avenue, Flushing, New York, 1966, Nurs. MR. STEVEN D. DICK, 206-01 Richland Ave., Flushing 64, N.Y., 1967, History MR. HARRY J. DICKMAN, 62 Parkview Place, Malverne, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Eco. MR. ROBERT DICKSTEIN, 134-50 227 Street, Laurelton, N.Y., 1966, 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. MR. EDWARD DIMEN, 9 Stuart Street, Great Neck, N.Y., 1967, Pre-Med. MISS JOSEPHINE DIMINO, 15 Center Street, Williston Park, N.Y., 1967, English MR. WILLIAM F. DINKELACKER, 629 Albert Street, New Hyde Pork, N.Y., 1966, Phys. Ed. MR. SALVATORE E. DINOLFO, 25 "I" Street, Elmont, N.Y., 1967 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. MR. KENNETH S. DITZIAN, 70 No. Grove Street, Freeport, N.Y., 1966, Bio. MISS ELLEN L. DIVAN, 592 West Ferry St., Buffalo, N.Y., 1963, Art, Anth. MR GUY M. DIVERGILIO, 21 Orbach Avenue, Malverne, L.l., N.Y., 1965, 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. MISS MARLENE I. DOCTORS, 329 Ocean Ave., Amityville, N.Y. 11701, 1966, ATEP MR. MARC S. DODELL, 175 Brompton Road So., Garden City So., N.Y., 1966, Mgt. MR. CONSTANTINOS DODOS, W 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, 27 Arnold Dr., Middle Island, N.Y., 1965, Bio. MISS GAIL M. DONAHUE, 3999 Ralph Street South, Seaford, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Psych. MISS EDWINA R. DONATI, 19 Parsons Dr., Hempstead, N.Y., 1968, Spa. MR. EDMUND J. DON DIEGO, 632 Second Street, Brooklyn, New York, 1968 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, Buttalo 14, N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med. MISS JEANNE M. DOWD, Sub Sta. 4260, Creedmoor State Hosp., Queens Village, N.Y., 1968, Nurs. MISS LORRAINE M. DRAKE, 284 Whitehall Rd., Garden Clty, N.Y.: 1968, Nurs. MR. RICHARD DRAKE, 64-20 Saunders St., Rego Park 74, N.Y., 1965 Speech. MR. JAMES A. DRAPER, 46 Hudson Rd., Bellerose, N.Y., Bus. MR. JOHN R. DRASTAL, 121 Pine Street, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1966, Mang. MISS MARY ELLEN DREW, 272 Willetts Lane, West Islip, L.1., N.Y., 1966, Hist. MISS FRANCINE E. DRISCOLL, 298 Main Street, Hempstead, New York 11550, 1968, Spa. MISS BARBARA DRUCKER, 171 Lockwood Drive, Clifton. New Jersey, 1965, B.A. Mkt. MR. MARK DRUCKER, 255-20 148th Rd., Rosedale, Queens, N.Y. 11422, 1968, Bio. MR. MICHAEL DRUCKER, 181 Evergreen Drive, Westbury, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Bio-P-Med MR. MICHAEL S. DUBESTER, 58 Lantern Rd., Hicksville, N.Y. 11801, 1968, Pre-Law 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 MR. EDWARD DUFFY, 5 Clover Avenue, Floral Park, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS LAILA DUKATS, 609 Tulip Avenue, Stewart Manor, N.Y., 1967, English MISS SUSAN L. DUKE, 25 Waybridge Rd., Mineola, N.Y., 1968, Undec. MISS CHERYL DUNBAR: 2081 Brighton Way, Merrick, New York, 1967, Art Educ. MISS BARBARA A. DUNDERDALE, 25 Kent Street, 273 Beacon, N.Y., 1965, Nurs. 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 MISS DOREEN R. DUPAS, 39 Linden St., Malverne, N.Y., 1968, EI. Ed. MR. WAYNE A. DUPERROUZEL, B6-09 10151 Street, Richmond Hill, N.Y. 11418, Undec. MR. ARTHUR L. DURANDO, 286 Dorcester Rd., Garden City So., L.l., N.Y., 1965, English MISS MARINA DURNOVO, 12 Chemin Kermely, Geneva, Switzerland, 1966, Psych. MR. ROBERTA A. DURSO, 31 Crystal St., Elmont, N.Y., 1968, B.A. MR. DOUGLAS A. DYER, 21-20 77th Street, Jackson Heights 70, New York MISS EPPIE B. EAGLE, 19 Crackel Lane, Great Neck, N.Y., 1966, B.A. MR. WILLIAM P. EARLY, 32 Edward St., Johnson City, N.Y., 1965, Physics MR. JAY EBENHOLTZ, 1345 East 86111 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 ALICE S. EDELMAN, 4 Candy Lane, Roslyn Hgts., N.Y., 1966, Psych. MISS ROCHELLE H. EDELSON, 31 Sumter Avenue, East Williston, N.Y., 1967, Art MR. JEROME EDELSTEIN, 1880 Lincoln Avenue, East Meadow, N.Y., 1966, Acct. MR. GARRY EDER, 220-55 46th Avenue, Bayside 61, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MISS JOAN EDWARDS, 309 Monroe Ave., West Islip, N.Y., 1965, Spa. MISS KAREN M. EDWARDS, 2368 Bellmore Avenue, Bellmore, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Med. Tech. MR. THOMAS H. EDWARDS, B1 Washington Avenue, Garden City, N.Y., 1964, Mang. MISS JUDITH A. EGER, 57 Village Road, Manhasset, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Speech MR. JACK WADE EHLEN, 242 Mallard Road, Carle Place, N.Y., 1967, Econ. MISS BETTY T. EHRENPREIS, 302 Eastern Pkwy., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11225, Dance 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 LINDA J. EIBERSON7 114-114 228th St., Cambria Hgts., N.Y. 11411, 1968, Undec. MR. ALLAN M. EINHORN, 75 Ledyard Street, New London, Conn., 1966, Undec. MISS ELLEN J. EINHORN, 280 So. Grove Street, Freeport, New York, 1968, Psych. MR. STEPHEN H. EINSTEIN, 109 East Drive, N. Massapequa, N.Y., 1968, Bio. MR. HOWARD L. EISEN, 219-51 Stewart Rd., Jamaica, N.Y. 11427, Bio. MISS TINA K. EISEN, 257 Dorchester Rd., Garden City, N.Y., 1965, Hist. MR. HARVEY S. EISENBERG, 243-38 132nd Avenue, Rosedale, N. Y. 11422, 1967. Bio. MISS SUSAN M. EISENBERG, Creedmoor Hosp., Sub Sta. 60, Queens Village, N.Y., 1967, Nursing MISS CAROLYN EISNOR, 132 Meadbrook Rd., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Nurs. MR. JOEL ELFENBEIN, 161-32 Jewel Avenue, Flushing 65, N.Y., 1965, Mktg. MR. GREGG D. ELKENBAUM, 75-4-4 195th St., Flushing, N.Y. 11366, 1968, Undec. MISS ELEANOR ELLIX, 470 Garden Blvd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1965, Hist. 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. RONALD E. EPSTEIN, 83-43 11Btl1 Street, Kew Gardens 15, N.Y., 1966, Hist. MISS WILMA ERBACHER, 1429 Millwood Lane, Merrick, N.Y., 1966, Soc. MR. ROBERT H. ERICKSEN, 679 3rd Place, Garden City So., L.l., N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. ARNOLD F. ERNST, 1778 East 92nd St., Brooklyn 36. N.Y. MISS THALIA ERNSTOFF, 880 Oak Lane, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1965, Govt. MR. CARL ESPOSITO, 574 Rockville Ct., Oceanside, N.Y., 1968, Soc. MR. WILLIAM T. ESPOSITO, 391 Beebe Court, No. Babylon, N.Y., 1966, Ind. Mang. MR. RICHARD ESTERMAN, 59-28 72nd Street, Maspeth 78, N.Y., 1966, Govt., Pre-Law MR. RICHARD H. ETKIN, 182 Washington Avenue, Albany 10, N.Y., 1966, Biology MR. RICHARD EUBEN, 45-45 220th Street, Bayside, N.Y., Phy. MISS ELIZABETH M. EVANS, Lower East Hill Road, Colden, New York, 1967, Speech MR. RANDOLPH EVANS JR., 21 Crows Nest Road, Bronxville, N.Y., 1968 MR. ROBERT D. EVANS, 605 Ridgewood Road, Maplewood, N.Y., 1967, Art MR. ROBERT E. EWING, 4 Ambrose Lane, Northport, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Pre-Med., Bio. MISS JOYCE S. FADER, 119 15th St., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. BARRY FAECHER, 49 Brixton Rd. So., West Hempstead, N.Y., 1968 MR. ANDREW S. FALITZ, 137 Boulder Rd., Manhasset, N.Y., 1968, Bio. MR. RUSS FRANKLIN FALLOWES, 10 Hickory Drive, Great Neck, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Math. MR. JOHN M. FALZER, 504 Croyden Road, Garden City, N.Y., 1966, B.A. Mgt. MR. VICTOR J. FAMA, 311 Mineola Boulevard, Mineola. L.l., N.Y., 1967, Chem., Pre-Med MR. JOSEPH P. FAMIGHETT1: 128 Pine St., New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1965, Psych. 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. MR. HOWARD J. FARBER, 69-54 Groton St., Forest Hills, N.Y., Mktg. MISS JUDY ANNE FARKAS, 68-35 110 Street, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1965, Antep-Ed. MISS MARSHA FAUROTE, 36 Yale Street Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Spanish MISS CAROL M. FAUST, 79 Ohio Avenue, Long Beach, New York, Hist. MR. JEFFREY I. FAVER, 76-29 268th Street, New Hyde Pork, N.Y., 1968, Acctg. MISS ELLEN L. FECHER, 2 Forest Lane, Westbury, N.Y. 11590, 1968, Hist. MISS DEBRA J. FEDERBUSH, 14-16 162nd Street, Beechurst, N.Y., 1967, Psych. MISS ANIELA N. FEDOROWICZ, 525 Ackerson Blvd., Brightwaters, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Psych. MR. GEORGE F. FEELEY, 4070 Alken Avenue, Seaford, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Chem. MR. JOHN H. FEIKERT, 97 Harrison Avenue, Baldwin, L.l., N.Y., 1965, ln. Rel. MR. SAMUEL FEINBERG, 538 E. Penn St., 151 Floor, Long Beach, New York, 1968, Undec. MR. GERALD FEIRSEN, 37-15 81st Street, Jackson Heights, N.Y. 11372, 1967, B.A. MR. LAURENCE FEIRSTEIN, 5 Richard Place, Massapequa, N.Y., 1966, B.A. MR. JACK FELDESMAN, 24 Ellwood Avenue, Mount Vernon, N.Y., 1967, Mang. MRS. MAJORIE FELDHUN, 227-04 137th Avenue, Laurelton 13, New York, 1966, Phys. Ed. MR. EDWARD FELDMAN, 29-14 139th Street, Flushing 54, N.Y., 1965, Acct. MISS ENID H. FELDMAN, 2051 Boylis Ave., Elmont, ' N.Y., 1967, Psych. MISS SUSAN FELDMAN, 258-20 81st Avenue, Floral Park, L.l. N.Y., 1968, El. Ed. MISS RUTH G. FELLNER, 22 Quebec Drive, Huntington Station, N.Y., 1967, Nursing MR. RICHARD FEMAN, 64-33 98th Street, Rego Park 74, N.Y., 1966, Math. MISS LINDA MARIE FEROLD1, 184 Aster Drive, New Hyde Park, N.Y. 11042, 1968, El. Ed. MISS ELIZABETH A. FERRARA, 352 Elm Drive, Roslyn, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Soc. MR. RAYMOND FERRARA, 15 Rumbrook Road, Elmstord, New York, 1968, Math. MISS TANYA FESENKO, 90 Romaine Ave, Jersey City, N.J., 1968, Bus. Ed. 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 ROBERTA F. FIBEL, 692 Ascan Rd., Franklin Square, N.Y., 1968, Spe. MRS. REVA FIELD, 72 Ripplewater Avenue, Massapequa, L.l., N.Y., 1965, English MR. ROBERT M. FILLER, 334 Kneelond Ave., Yonkers, N.Y., 1966, Arts MISS SUELLEN FILIPEK, 16 Brower Avenue, Woadmere, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Psych. MR. MICHAEL FINE, 88 Barnyard Lane, Roslyn Heights, N.Y., 1966, Phys. Ed. MISS SUSAN FINKELSTEIN, 18 Hardwick RCI., Natick, Mass., 1968, Psych. MR. JOHN H. FINKENBERG, 9 Parkview Place, Baldwin, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Bio. MISS FRANCES ANN FIRMAN, 80 Reid Avenue, Port Washington, New York, 1965, Latin MISS NANCY E. FISCH, 33-16 210th Street, Bayside 61, N.Y., 1965, English MISS BARBARA FISCHER, 2178 North Jerusalem Road, No. Bellmore, N.Y., 1967, Art MISS HELEN J. FISCHER, 506 Benine Road, Westbury, L.l., N.Y., 1966, ANTEP MR. JAY P. FISCHER, 79 Connecticut Avenue, Freeport, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Engr. MR. JERROLD FISCHER, 38 Lahey Street, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS RONDA FISCHER, 32 Arbor Rd., Roslyn, N.Y., 1967, Nurs. MR. JACK L. FISCHMAN, 459 West Beech St., Long Beach, N.Y., 1966, Fin. MR. RICHARD J. FISCINA, 413 Roslyn Place, East Meadow, New York 11554, 1968, Chem. MISS MARCIA FISH, 105-03 63rd Road, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1966, B.A. MISS DORRIE JANE FISHER, 1977 Valentines Road, Westbury, N.Y. 11590, 1968, Art MISS ELLEN NANCY FISHER, 29 Eton Road, New Hyde Pork, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Eng. MR. SAUL FISHER, 459 Jefferson Street, Franklin Square, 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 MISS GLORIA S. FLEISCHMAN, 1877 East 21st Street, Brooklyn 29, N.Y., 1967, ATEP MISS KAREN S. FLEISCHMAN, 1122 Olive Place, North Bellmore, New York, 1968, Ph. Ed. MISS NINA C. FLEISCHMAN, 98 Kings Point Road, Great Neck, N.Y. 11024, 1966, Eng. MR. ALAN L. FLEISIG, 77-11 138th Street, Flushing 67, New York, 1968, Eng. 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, N.Y., 1965, Speech MISS MARY GRACE FOGARTY, 21 Byrd Avenue, Carle Place, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Bio. IP-Medl MISS KATHLEEN E. FOLEY, 54 Harvard St., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Pre-Med MR. MICHAEL D. FONCELLINO, 448 South Ocean Ave., Patchogue, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Pers Mgt. MISS SHERYL T. FORBES, 257 Dorchester Rd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1968, Bio. MISS LEONA M. FORD, 956 East 93rd St., Brooklyn, N.Y., 1967, English MR. RICHARD L. FORD, 35 Mead Lane, Westbury, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Bio. MR. JAY R. FOREST, 5716 Farragut Road, Brooklyn 34, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. MICHAEL P. FORSYTH, Longview Court, Huntington Bay, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Bio. MR. RICHARD J. FORT, 34 Fulton Ave., Hicksville, N.Y., 1967, Math MR. JAY FORTUNATO, 3 Birchwood Drive, No., Valley Stream, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Physics MISS EILEEN FOX, 3199 Beltagh Avenue, Wantagh, N.Y., 1965, Soc. MR. ROBERT D. FOX, 165 Walnut Street, Willimantic, Connecticut, 1968, Undec. MR. STANLEY FOX, 205-14 86th Avenue, Bellerose 26, N.Y., 1966, Bio. lPre-M1 MR. JOSEPH J. FRADELLA, 116 Friends Lane, Westbury, N.Y., 1968, Educ. MR. PERRY JAY FRANK, 215 E 68th Street, Apt. 1 New York 21, N.Y., 1965, Pre-Med MR. RICHARD F. FRANK, 47-12 248th Street, Douglaston, N.Y., 1965, Phil. MISS CAROLYN R. FRARY, 98 High Street, Farmington, Maine, 1968, Soc. 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 MISS CAROL FRASER, Riviera Marino, 60 Orchard Beach Blvd., Port Washington, New York, 1968, Nurs. MISS KAREN GAIL FRASER, Hempton Street, Sag Harbor, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Hist., Pre-Law MR. CARLTON R. A. FRAZER, 'Za Simmons, 139-03 Glassboro Ave., Jamaica 35, N.Y., 1966, 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. MR. W. SCOTT FREEMAN III, 9 Henry St., Valley Stream, N.Y., 1968, Bio. MR. MITCHELL FREIMARK, 130 Henry St., Brooklyn, N.Y., Undec. MISS NANCY R. FREITAS, 15 Kensington Road, Garden City, N.Y., 1967, ATEP MR. RICHARD FREITAS, 75 Allen Road, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1967, Psych. MISS ELLEN R. FREY, 17 Ardsley Place, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1964, Psych. MISS JEANNETTE C. FRICKER, 9 North 4th St., New Hyde Park, N.Y. 11040, 1968, Spa. MISS RONALEE E. FRICKLAS, 17 Taylor Place, Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1966, French MISS MYRA R. FRIED, 7 Wildwood Road, Hicksville, New York, 1968, Nurs. MR. ALBERT J. FRIEDL, 132 Sycamore Avenue, 274 Bethpage, L.l., N.Y., 1965, History MISS ALAINE G. FRIEDMAN, 72 Spruce Street, Hicksville, L.l., N.Y., 1967, ATEP MISS GAIL JOY FRIEDMAN, 12 Pond Pork Road, Great Neck, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Speech MR. JACK B. FRIEDMAN, 243 Eton Street, Oceanside, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Acct. MR. JOEL S. FRIEDMAN, 525 Alicia Drive, Westbury, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Govt. MR. MICHAEL M. FRIEDMAN, 73-09 198th St., Flushing 66, N.Y., 1966, Psych. MISS PATRICIA FRIEDMAN, 345 Ocean Ave., Lawrence, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. RICHARD L. FRIEDMAN, 162-21 Powells Cove Blvd., Beechhurst 57, N.Y., 1966, Bio. lP-I1 MISS ROSANNE FRIEDMAN, 700 Keith Lane, West Islip, N.Y., 1967, French MR. RUBEN FRIEDMAN, 136 Villa Place, Roslyn Hgts., N.Y. 11577, 1968, Undec. MR. THOMAS FRISCIA, 17 Roy Avenue, West Islip, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS VALERIE FRITSCH, 19 Wilbur Dr., Newington, Conn., 1967, Phys. Ed. MR. MARK S. FROMBERG, 692 Hawthorne Street, Brooklyn 3, N.Y., 1967, Chem. MISS RITA FRUCHTER, 1 10-20 69th Ave., Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1967, Drama- MR. PETER FUHRMANN, Hillside Road, Stony Brook, N.Y., 1965, Law 81 Fin. MR. MASATOSHI FUKUDA, 112-20 72nd Drive, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS MARGARET R. FUNK, 33 Nassau Blvd., Garden City, N.Y., 1968 Nurs. MISS SHELLEY FYMAN, 40-20 204th Street, Bayside 61, N.Y., 1967, B.A. Sec. 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 FRANCINE R. GAINES, 165 Chestnut Drive, Roslyn, New York, 1967, Sp. 81 Hr. MISS MARILYN GAINEY, 124 Remsen Avenue, Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1967, German MISS SUSAN GAIR, 45 Tobin Ave., Great Neck, N.Y., 1968, Hist. MISS ANN E. GALDIERI, 206 Dorchester Rd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1968, Nurs. MISS PAMELA E. GALLO, 80-45 Winchester Blvd., Queens Village, N.Y., 1968, Nurs. MR. LLOYD GAMBERG, 71-40 252nd St., Bellrose, N.Y., 1966, Acct. MR. LEN J. GALLUZZI, 61 West 10th St., New York, N.Y.10011, 1968 MISS GLORIA GARBER, 100 Harriet Dr., Syosset, N.Y., 1968, Art MRS. TONI STEELE GARDINER, 90-36 144 Place, Jamaica 35, N.Y., 1965, S.W. MISS MARSHA GARELICK, 78 West 30 Street, Bayonne, N.J., 1965, English MISS PHYLLIS M. GARELICK, 78 West 30th Street, Bayonne, New Jersey, 1968, Undec. MISS KAREN LYNN GAREY, I4 Sunset Ave., Matowon, N.J., 1965, Nursing MR. CHARLES GARFIELD, 2523 Wlaters Court, Bellmore, N.Y., 1967, Math. MR. EDWARD M. GARLAND, 80 Warren Street, Medford 55, Mass., 1967, English 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.l., N.Y., 1964, History MR. PHILIP GARY, 1012 Theodora Street, Franklin Square, N.Y., 1966, Bio. MISS ANNA M. GASKIN, 672 Franklin Ave., Massapequa, N.Y., 1968, EI. Ed. MISS JEANNE C. GASKIN, 292-6th Street, East Northport, N.Y., 1966, Art MISS ALICE R. GATNER, 81-07 248th Street, Bellerose, N.Y. 11426, 1967, Anthro MR. EDWARD H. GAULRAPP, 21 Fulton Street, Massapequa Park, N.Y., 1965, Psych. MR. THOMAS GEAGAN, 59 South Grand Ave., Baldwin, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Psy. Ed. MISS JANET GEILS, 41 Sumter Avenue, East Williston, New York, 1967, Nurs. MR. DAVID P. GEIS, 31 Mortimer Ave., Elmsford, N.Y., 1965, Govt. MR. ANDREW GELFAND, 88 Robby Lane, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1968, Pre-Law MR. PETER L. GELLER, 17-O5 Suydam Street, Ridgewood 37, N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med MISS SUZANNE GELLER, 567 Linda Lane, Woadmere, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. BARRY A. GELMAN, 1216 E. 12111 Street, 'Brooklyn 30, N.Y., 1967, Che. MR. JOHN GENOVA, 4 Northcote Rd., Westbury, N.Y., 1968, BA 1 1 1 1 4 MR. VINCENT J. GERACI, 584 East 23rd Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MR. CHARLES GERBER, 1515 Sylvia Lane, East Meadow, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Hist. MISS EILEEN M. GERRITY, 14 Tuxedo Ave., New Hyde Park, N.Y, 1965, Phys. Ed. MR. MICHAEL D. GERTLER, 53 Sugar Maple Dr., Roslyn, N.Y., 1966, Acctg. MISS CATHERINE GIACALONE, 1793 Washington Ave., Seatard, N.Y., 1967, ATEP MISS JANICE M. GIAMARINO, 1 Taylor Drive, Farmingdale, N.Y., 1968, Ph. Ed. MISS LORETTA A. GIAMBALVO, 36 Carolyn Avenue, Valley Stream, N. Y., 1965, Nursing MISS THERESA GIANNELLA, 367 Buttalo Avenue, Paterson, New Jersey MISS ISABEL R. GIBBONS, 270 Rushmore Ave., Carle Place, N.Y. 11514, 1968, Nurs. MR. MARVIN F. GIBBS, 59 Broadman Parkway, Jersey City, N.J., 1965, Mktg. MISS MAUREEN GIBSON, 67-01 61st Road, Middle Village, N.Y. 11379, 1968, ATEP MR. GEOFFREY GIDDINGS, 33 Wedgewood Lane, Lawrence, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Undec. MR. WILLIAM GIDDINS, 61 Martonse St., Brooklyn 26, N.Y., Bus. Ad. MR. THOMAS GIGLIO, 169 Main Parkway, Plainview, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Hist. MR. STEVEN GILBERT, 1467 E. 100th Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1966 MISS VICKI E. GILBERT, 154 W. Olive St., Long Beach, N.Y., 1968, Dance MISS EILEEN GILMOUR, 6 Oakledge Dr., East Northport, N.Y., 1968, French MISS CAROL ANN GINGOLD, 247-26 87 Drive, Bellerose, N.Y., 1965, English MISS LINDA S. GINSBURG, 24 Hemlock Drive, Great Neck, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Sp. Ther. MR. NATHAN C. GIORDANO, 723 Martha Street. Elmont, New York 11002, Acctg. MISS RACHEL E, GIORGETTI, 90 26th Street, Copiague, N.Y., 1967, Pl1. Ed. MR. RONALD L. GIROUX, 4 South Church Street, Athens, New York, 1968, Psych. MISS ELIZABETH C. GIRVIN, 11 Pleasant Street, Holliston, Mass., 1967, English MR. JEFFREY GITELMAN, 3888 Bayberry Lone, Sealord, N.Y., 1966, Bio. MISS MARCIA M. GITLITZ, 628 Ardsley Blvd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1965, Spe. Bt Ther. MISS DIANE S. GITOMER, 230 Whitehall Rd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1968, Eng. MR. SAMUEL GITTLESON: 3131 Brighton 13th Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1966, Psych. MR. GEORGE GlUSTINO,'235 Elmwood Avenue, Hempstead, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Acct. MISS NANCY L. GLAHN, 119 Arnts Place, Syracuse, New York, 1968, Undec. MR. DENNIS R. GLASS, 104-21 68th Drive, Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375, 1968, Bio. MR. BERT L. GLASSBERG, 1990 Ellis Ave., Bronx 72, N.Y., 1966, Art MISS FRANCINE GLASSMAN, 2345 Bell Boulevard, Bayside, New York, 1965, ATEP. MISS MARJORIE J. GLASER, 182 Chester Ave., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Sp. 81 Dr. MR. DAVID S. GLEESON, 124 Brixton Road South, Garden City, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Phys. Ed. MISS LINDA GLICK, 218-21 Hartland Ave., Flushing 64, N.Y., 1967, ATEP MR. ANDREW R. GLICKMAN, 807 Hampton Rd., Woodmere, N.Y. 11598, 1968 MISS MICHELE GLICKMAN, 14 Laura Drive, Westbury, L.I., N.Y., 1967, French MR. NICHOLAS GLYPTIS, 53 Georgia Ave., Island Park, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Hist., Ore-Law MISS SYLVIA A. GOCH, 620 Princeton Avenue, Lakewood, N.J., 1966, Psych. 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. MISS SUSAN GOLD, 687 Jetterson St., West Hempstead, N.Y., 1968 MR. PETER GOLDBAUM, 255-20 Walden Place, Great Neck, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MR. HARVEY E. GOLDBERG, 236-02 Unlon Turnpike, Bellerose Manor 27, N.Y., 1965, Chem. P-D MISS NANCY GOLDBERG, The Stony Brook School, Stony Brook, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. STEWART L. GOLDBERG, 347 Remsen Avenue, Brooklyn 12, N.Y., 1967, Phys. Ed. MR. RICHARD S. GOLDBERG, 1768 Jasen Avenue, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med MISS MARION E. GOLDBERGER, 153 Keats Ave., Elizabeth, N.J. 07208, 1968, El. Ed. MR. PAUL D. GOLDBLATT, 76 Murray Ave., Port Washington, N.Y., 1968, Bio. MR. BARRY GOLDEN, 810 Ibsen Street, Woodmere, New York, 1966, Mgmt. MISS LYNNE GOLDEN, 16 Restful Lane, Levittown, L.t., N.Y., 1967, English MR. ARTHUR J. GOLDENBAUM, 54 Morton Avenue, West Hempstead, N.Y., 1965, Soc. MR. EDWARD S. GOLDMAN, 123-60 83rd Avenue, Kew Gardens 15, N.Y., 1966. Physics MR. GERALD GOLDMAN, 66 West 35th Street, Bayonne, New Jersey, 1968, Pre-Med MIS5 GERTRUDE R. GOLDMAN, 101 Forbes Hill Rd., Wollaston 70, Mass., 1967, Psych. MR. RICHARD A. GOLDMAN, 430 Fifth Avenue, Cedarhurst, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Bio iP-Medi MR. ARTHUR S. GOLDSMITH, 1492 East 48th Street, Brooklyn 34, N.Y., 1966, Bio., Pre-Med MR. ANDREW E. GOLDSTEIN, 526 Warren Blvd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1968, Undec. MR. JACK L. GOLDSTEIN, 83-35 139 Street, Jamaica 35, New York, 1965, Math. MISS LINDA GOLDSTEIN, 6 Woodaak Place, Garden City, N.Y. 11530, 1968, Nurs. MR. NORMAN J. GOLDSTEIN, 6 Stuyvesant Place, Lawrence, New York, 1965, Govt. 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.l., N.Y., 1966, Bio. P-Med MR. ROBERT S. GOLDSTEIN, 124 Brixton Road Sa., 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, Acct. MR. LAWRENCE N. GOLUB, 1655 Union Street, Brooklyn 13, N.Y., 1965, Bio. P-Med MISS LOUISE A. GOODIS, 293 Kane Court, West Hempstead, N.Y. 11552, 1966, Eng. MISS BARBARA GOODMAN, 4302 Thornapple St., Chevy Chase 15, Maryland MISS CIELLA GORDON, 443 Newport Street, Brooklyn 7, N.Y., 1966, Sp. 8, Dr. MR. DAVID L. GORDON, B Sholwood Circle, Linden, N.Y., 1966, Bio. P-Med MR. ERIC S. GORDON, 8 Maple Place, Albertson, N.Y., 1966, Hist. MISS JOYCE GORDON, 21 Roosevelt Terrace, Bayonne, N.J., 1967, ATEP MR. ROBERT G. GORDON, I6 Beverley Pkwy., Freeport, N.Y., 1968, Am. Civ. MISS NANCY R. GORE, 68-37 Harrow Street, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1965, Dance MR. FRANCIS W. GORMELY, 247 Grand Ave., West Hempstead, N.Y., 1968, Speech MR. ARTHUR GOTTLIEB, 66 Country Village Lane, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1968, Bio. MR. KENNETH M. GRADINGER, 75-01 177th Street, Flushing 66, N.Y., 1967, Econ. MR. JOSEPH GRAFFEO, 107-I9 112th Street, Richmond Hill 19, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MR. FREDDIE GRAFSTEIN, 3872 Arthur Ave., Seaford, N.Y., 1965, lnp. Rel. MR. FREDERICK GRASWALD, 78-34 86th Street, Glendale, N.Y., Chem. MR. GARY GRAVES, 28 Eldredge Street, East Northport, N.Y., 1966, Art MR. RUSSELL L. GRAY, 33-38 166th Street, Flushing 58, N.Y., 1964, Chem. MISS GERMAINE GRECO, 120 Clinch Ave., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Spa. MR. RONALD GREELEY, 29 Poplar Place, Port Washington, N.Y., 1965, Blo. MISS CAROLYN GREEN, 60-35 251st St., Little Neck, N.Y. 11362, 1968, Ph. Ed. MR. DENNIS GREEN, 492 Lariat Lane, Bethpoge, L.l., N.Y., 1967, B.A. MR. DOUGLAS J. GREEN, 492 Lariat Lane, Bethpage, L.l., N.Y., 1967, B.A. MR. GERARD H. GREEN, 77-09 85th Street, Glendale 27, N.Y., 1964, Bio., Pre-Med MR. PETER GREEN, North Forge Mountain Drive, Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, 1968, Eng. MISS LYNNE GREENBERG: 6602 N. Bouvier Street, Philadelphia 26, Penn., 1968, Dance MR. STEVEN GREENBERGER, 154 McKinley Ave., Island Park, N.Y., 1968, Acctg. MISS JUDITH GREENE, 1965 Norshon Road, Merrick, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Eng. 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 II, N.Y., 1966, Bio., P-De MISS NANCY R. GREFE, 85 Beechwood Avenue, Roosevelt, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Med. Tech. MISS LINDA GRELLER, 810 Parkview Terrace, Elizabeth 2, N.J., 1965, English. MISS EUGENIE L. GRIBBONS, Maplecrest, New York, 1967, History MISS GLORIA J. GRIFFIN, 28 8th Street, Carle Place, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Am. Stud. 275 MISS VIRGINIA M. GRIFFITHI 80-45 Winchester Blvd., Queens Village, N.Y., 1968, Nurs. MISS ARLENE R. GRIMM, 33 Ellen Place, Kings Park, N.Y., 1967, El. Ed. MISS GAYLE S. GRIMMER, 92-01 54th Avenue, Elmhurst 73, N.Y., 1967, Phys. Ed. MISS ESTHER GRINBERG, 8 Shine Street, Port-ot- Spoin, Trinidad, T.W.l., 1965, Spanish MISS JOAN GROB, 75 Melanie Lane, Syosset, N.Y., 1968, Nurs. MR. GREGORY J. GROD, Middle Country Road, Saint James, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Gov. MISS LYNNE GRODIN, 194 Davison Ave., Lynbrook, N.Y., 1967, Bus. Ed. MISS MARGARET M. GROOME, Mechanicsville, Maryland 20659, 1968, Undec. MISS SUZANNE R. GROSKIN, 154 Crescent Lane, Roslyn Heights, N.Y., 1966, Soc. MR. BARRY J. GROSS, 21 Armour St., Long Beach, N.Y., 1968, Bio. MR. CHARLES M. GROSS, 619 Tulip Ave., Apt. C4 Stewart Manor, N.Y., 1968, Acctg. MR. HARRY S. GROSS, 97-10 62nd Drive, Rego Park, N.Y. 11374, 1966, Sp. Arts MISS JOY E. GROSSKOFF, 16 Westchester Rd., Newton 58, Mass., 1967, Undec. MISS ARLENE GROSSMAN, 605 Albert St., New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1968, Acctg. MISS CAROLE GROSSMAN, 2242 Smith Street, Merrick, L.l., N.Y., 1966, English MR. CHARLES GROSSMAN, 200 West 108th Street, New York 25, N.Y., 1967, App. Phy. MR. STEVEN GROSSMAN, 193-65 Salerno Avenue, Holliswood, L.l., N.Y., Spec., Pre-Dent. MISS GERTRUDE GRUSHKIN, 1530 Dieman Lane, East Meadow, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Music MR. PHILIP M. GUGLIELMO, 86-28 Musket Street, Queens Village 27, N.Y., 1967, Hist., Pre-Law MISS SONDRA B. GULIAN, State College Campus, Millersville, Penna., 1965, Art MISS PATRICIA GUNDERSEN, 112 Jackson Street, Garden City, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Nursing MISS JACQUELYN A. GUNTHER, 32 Kensington Rd., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Dance MR. TANCHUM GUREVITZ, 108-07 65th Road, Forest Hills 75, New York, 1967, Pers. Mang. MISS ANITA M. GUTERDING: 40 Locust St., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Pre-Med MISS EMILY GUTH, 62 Kensington Road, Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MISS JANET GUTHARTZ, 16 Lake Road, Lake Success, N.Y., 1968, BBA MISS SOPHIA F. GUTHERZ, R.D. QIQI-' 1, Box 450, Jackson, New Jersey, 1967, Psych. MR. JOHN GUTIEBOR, Old Field Road, Setauket, New York, 1968, Bus. Fin. MISS EVELYN GUTMAN, 63-34 Fitchett Street, Rego Park 74, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. KENNY GUTWEIN, 135 E. Hudson St., Long Beach, N.Y., 1968, Hist. MR. RICHARD A. GUY, 87-63 254th St., Bellerose 26, N.Y., 1968, Phy. MISS HARLENE G. HABER, 227-20 Hillside Ave., Queens Village 27, N.Y., 1965, Antep. MR. JON M. HABER, 61-19 183rd Street, Flushing 65, N.Y., 1967, Mktg. MRS. JUDITH E. HABER, 86-39 208th Street, Queens Village, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Nursing MISS KAREN B. HABER, 451 Terrace Ave., Garden City So., N.Y., 1968, Undec. MR. LES C. HABER, 54-44 Little Neck Pkwy., Little Neck 62, N.Y., 1966, Mktg. MISS PATRICIA HACKER, 9 Briartield Drive, Great Neck, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Speech MR. STEVEN HACHTMAN, 49 Adair Court, Malverne, N.Y., 1966, Psych. MR. PAUL HAEBERLE, 20 Rose Ave., Floral Park, N.Y., 1968, Undec. MR. SAMUEL M. HAFT, 60 Turner Place, Brooklyn, N.Y. 112151 1965, B.A. Mgt. MR. ROBERT BRUCE HAHN, 840 Smith Street, Uniondale, L.l., N.Y., 1965, B.A. Mgt. MISS INGRID HALLBERG, 45-53 251st Street, Little Neck, N.Y., Spec. MR. SALVATORE HAKIM, 2 Bay Lane, Lido Beach, N.Y., 1966, ECO. MISS FLORENCE MARY HALL, Pleasant Valley Lake, 7 Butternut Rcl., Box 17, McAfIee, New Jersey, 1966, Math. MR. JAMES A. HALL, 9B Silber Ave., Bethpage, N.Y., 1966, Art Ed. MISS SYLVIA HALL, 24 Wyoming Rd., Newtonvillo, Mass., 1968, Soc. MR. KHALIL HAMDANI, 1200 Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y.: 1968, Math. MR. ROGER A. HAMER, 301 Roosevelt Avenue, Franklin Square, N.Y., 1966, Eco. MISS ANN HAMLIN, 173 Weir St., Hempstead, N.Y., 1968, Nurs. MISS MARY J. HAMMER, 470 Garden Blvd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS ANNE L. HAMMOND, 1000 Pine Lake Drive, Wayne, New Jersey, 1967, Nursing MR. GEORGE M. HANDIN, 65 Luchon Street, Lido Beach, N.Y., 1966, English MISS LIZBETH HANDLER, 255 Brixton Rd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1968, Psych. MR. STEVEN E. HANDWERKER, 132 Lakeside Dr. E., Lawrence, N.Y., 1968, Eng. 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 JOHANNA HANNAH, 41 Old Town Lane, Halesite, N.Y., 1968, Undec. MISS IONA R. HANNEY, 15 Colonial Dr., Farmingdale, N.Y. 11735, 1966, Eng. MISS KAREN L. HANSEN, 365 North Brookside Avenue, Roosevelt, New York, 1968, Med. Tec. MISS NANCY HANSEN, 37-52 85th Street, Jackson Heights 72, N.Y., Psych. MISS NORMA A. HANSON, Substation if60, Queens Village, N.Y., 1967, Nurs. MR. DOUGLAS J. HARBEN, 20 Parkview Place, Baldwin, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Bio. Pre- MR. RICHARD J. HARGROVE, 32-33 53 Place, Woodside 77, N.Y., 1965, Hist. MISS CORNELIA HARNETT, 1340 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 MR. MALCOLM HARRIS, 734 Franklin St., Westbury, N.Y., 1968, BA MISS RUTH HARRIS, 563 Westminister Rd., Brooklyn 30, N.Y., 1965, Nursing MR. STEPHEN HARRIS, 4956 Eskridge Terr., Washington, D.C., 1968, Undec. MR. WILLIAM H. HARRIS, 698 Oriole Avenue, West Hempstead, N.Y., 1966, Mktg. MISS HELEN AMY HARRISON, 86-14 110 Street, Richmond Hill 18, N.Y., 1965, Art MISS JUDITH A. HARRISON: 282 Pidgeon Hill Rd., Huntington Sta., N.Y., 1968, Nurs. MISS FRANCES HART, 80-30 217 Street, Queens Village, N.Y., 1965, Speech MR. ROBERT J. HART, 8 Quintuck Lane, East Islip, New York, 1968, Psych. MISS MARGO HARTMAN, 33 Nassau Blvd., Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Dance MISS PATRICIA D. HARTMAN, 84 Mead Street, Hempstead, N.Y., 1966, French MISS KAREN J. HARTNETT, 20 Ann Street, Greenlawn, N.Y. 11740, 1968, Pre-Med MR. ALLAN W. HARTTER, 159 Williams Street, Williston Park, N.Y., 1965, History MR. MICHAEL S. HASELKORN, 57 Myles Avenue, Levittown, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. ERIC HASKELL, 131-28 228th St., Laurelton, N.Y., 1968, Math. MISS ARLENE HASPEL, 111-40 Witthoft St., Queens Village, N.Y., 1968, Nurs. 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, 40-08 73 Street, Woodside 77, New York, 1965, Psych. MR. PETER GORDON HAVENS, 96 Locust Street, Garden City, N.Y., 1967, English MISS SARA A. HAVIER, 631 Meryl Drive, Westbury, L.l., N.Y., 1967, History MISS JOAN I. HAVLIK, 33 Netherwoad Dr., Albertson, N.Y. 11507, 1967, Eng. MR. MICHAEL HAWRAUIAK, I 1 Maple St., Yonkers, N.Y. 10701, 1967, Chem. MR. JAMES HEANEY, 42-16 64th St., Woodside 77, N.Y., 1968, Aeeg. MISS LYNN HEBRON, 19 Eastland Drive, Glen Cove, N.Y., 1965, Art MISS NANCY HECK, 289 Eight Avenue, Sea Cliff, L.I., 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. 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 MR. JOHN F. HEIMMER, 122 Colony Lane, Syosset, New York, 1966, App. Phy. MISS LESLIE C. HEIN, 48 Remsen Road, Great Neck, N.Y. 1966, Speech The. MISS CHERYL HEINRICH, 3981 Wolkow Avenue, Seaford, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Nursing MISS MARILYN HEINRICH, 7 Ellsworth Place, East Northport, N.Y., 1967, Math. MR. NORMAN L. AHELDMAN, 70 Parkway North, Yonkers, New York, 1965, Pre-Med, Bio. MR. STEPHEN HELFER, 98-41 64th Road, Forest Hills, N.Y., 1968, Acctg. MR. PHILIP F. HELLER, Lake Mohegan, Fenimore Avenue, Lake Mohegan, N.Y., 1966, Govt. MR. FREDERICK P. HELM, 619 Pine Drive, Boy 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. MR. JOHN E. HENDRY, 23 Amherst Street, Williston Park, N.Y., 1965, Math. MISS JACQUELYN 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. GREGORY M. HENSAS: 5 Lori Court, Woodbury, N.Y. 11797, 1968, Govt. MR. RICHARD E. HERMAN, 85 Surrey Lane, Hempstead, N.Y., 1968, Chem. MR. FRANCISCO E. HERNANDEZ, Av. Atlantica 3170, Apt. 1001, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1967, B.A. MISS PHYLLIS HERRMANN, 75 Brixton Rd. Sa., West Hempstead, N.Y.: 1967, French MR. LEON HERSHKOWITZ, 649 Third Place, Garden City So., N.Y., 1965, S.W. MR. JOSEPH G. HERTIG, 77 Lent Avenue, Hempstead, N.Y.: 1968, Bio. MISS PATRICIA HESS, 235 Dorchester Rd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1965, Hist. MR. ROBERT HESS, 201 N. Cedar Street, N. Massapequa, N.Y., 1968, Ph. Ed. MISS INGE L. HEUS, 251 Lyman Rd., E. Patchogue, N.Y., 1966, French MISS PHYLLIS HEYER, 391 Pepperidge Rd., Westbury, N.Y., 1968, El. Ed. MR. WAYNE HEYSER, 87-13 249th Street, Bellerose 26, N.Y., 1967, German MR. THOMAS T. HICKS: 274 Whitehall Road, Garden City So., N.Y., 1965, Ind. Man. MR. MELVIN HIGGINS, 9 Warren St., Kingston, N.Y., 1968, Undec. MISS MARLENE HIGHTOWER, 440 West 164th St., New York, N.Y. 10032, 1967, Psych. MISS ELAINE C. HILL, 76 Wellington Rd., 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 MR. ROY HIMMELFARB, 218 East Dean St., Freeport, N.Y., 1968, Bio. MR. HAROLD HINZ, JR., 104-36 196th Street, Hollis 12, N.Y., 1967, B.A. Mgt. MISS YOSHIKO HIROAKA, 6 Andover Court, Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Govt. MRS. JEANETTE HIRSCH, 1668 Beech Street, Wantagh, L.l., N.Y., 1966, B.A. MISS SIEMA L. HIRSCHBERG, 50 Saddle Lane, Roslyn Heights, N.Y., 1965, Psych. MISS SANDRA R. HOCHMAN: 760 Montgomery Street, Brooklyn 13, N.Y., 1965, Speech The. MISS SHIRLEAN I. HODGE, 2369 First Ave., New York, N.Y. 10035, 1968 MR. GARY S. HOFFMAN, 15 Thornwood Rd., New Hartford, N.Y. 13413, 1968 MISS JANET E. HOFFMAN, 702 Morton Ave., Franklin Square, N.Y. 11010, 1968, Undec. MISS JANET E. HOFFMAN, 48 Lorenzo St., Torrington, Conn. 06790, 19'8 "f-de' MR. RAYMOND HOFFMAN, 48 Rutland Road, Freeport, New York 11520, 19c8, Ins.. MISS ROSEMARY E. HOFFMAN, 203 Division Avenue, Hicksville, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Spanish MISS MERIDETH HOFFNEIR, 30 Burbury Lane, Great Neck, N.Y., 1967, Phys. Ed. MR. BURTON P. HOFFNER, 141-16 28th Avenue, Flushing 54, New York, 1966, Chem. MISS SUSAN HOHMANN, Highland Ave., Peapack, N.J., 07977, 1968, Nurs. MR. ANDREW R. HOLDING, 92 Cooper Dr., New Rochelle, N.Y., 1966, Physics MRS. SUSAN HOLDING, 92 Cooper Drive, New Rochelle, New York, 1968, Bio. MISS LEONA HOLINER, 81 Hungry Harbor Rd., Valley Stream, L.l., N.Y., Spec. MISS SHARON HOLLAND, 92-12 242nd Street, Bellerose 26, N.Y., 1967, Math. MISS MYRNA S. HOLLANDER, 121 Kings Walk. Massapequa Park, N.Y. 11762, 1968, Undec. MR. IRA HOLLENBERG, 65 Hollywood Avenue, Lynbroak, New York: 1968, Span. MISS JEAN HOLLINGWORTH, 47-29 196th St., Flushing, N.Y., 1968, Nurs. MR. LEONARD HOLTZER, 87 Strartord South, Roslyn Heights, N.Y., 1965, Govt. MISS JULIA HOLUB, 89-11 91st Street, Woadhaven 21, N.Y., 1967, History MR. DAVID HOOSACK, 69 Twin Lawns Ave., Hicksville, N.Y., 1968, Ph. Ed. 276 MISS CAROLE A. HORSBURGH, 32 Kensington Rd., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Eng. MISS INGRID HOTRICH, 845 Monroe St., West Hempstead, N.Y., 1968, Sp. 81 Hr. MISS FRANCES S. HOUSMAN, 167 East Drive, No. Massapequa, N.Y. 11761, 1968, Psych, MISS ANNA MAE HRABAK, 1 13 New Street, East Islip, New York 11730, 1968, Undec. MISS D. RUTH HUDSON, 925 N. Montana St., Arlington, Va., 1968, Dance MR. JAMES R. HUGHSON, 133 Penarrow Road, Rochester 18, N.Y., 1966, Psych. MISS DONNA J. HUMPHREY, Box 22, Egremont Rd., Gt. Barrington, Mass. 01230, 1968, Nurs. MR. JEFFREY HUREWITZ, 299 Jackson St., Hempstead, N.Y., 1968 MR. STEVEN L. HURWITZ, 1449 Riverview Ave., Peekskill, N.Y., 1968, Undec. 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 RUTH R. IMBER, 506 Ardsley Blvd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1965, Psych. MR. MICHAEL IMBERMAN, 287 Whitehall Rd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1968, Bio. MR. NORMAN J. IMMERMAN, 19 Camp Rd., Amityville, N.Y. MR. PERRY IMMERMAN, 19 Camp Road, Amityville, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Chem., Pre-Med. MR. JOSEPH INGUAGIATO, 249-23 51st Ave., Little Neck 62, N.Y., 1965, Math. MR. ROBERT J. INTNER, 131 Audley St., Kew Gardens, N.Y. 11419, 1967, Govt. MR. FRANK IOVINO, 276 Monitor Street, Westbury, N.Y., 1967, Phys. Ed. MISS EILEEN F. ISAACMAN, 3410 Gunther Ave., Bronx 69, N.Y., Eng. MISS GLORIA ISAACS, 6 West Forest Ave., Roosevelt, N.Y., 1968, Nurs. MISS JANIS V. ISENBERG, 150 Brooklawn Circle, New Haven 15, Conn., 1966, English MISS ELINOR C. ISENBURGER, 146-31 25th Rd., Flushing, N.Y. 11354, 1966, B.A. MISS KATHLEEN H. ISOM, 91 Terrell Ave., Oceanside, N.Y. MR. STUART JAY ITKIN, 20 Split Rock Drlve, Great Neck, New York, 1966, 1-list. MISS NORA M. IVANHOE, 1 Central Drive, Great Neck, N.Y., 1966, French MR. NEAL JABLON, 235 Pepperidge Road, Hewlett Harbor, N.Y., 1967, Law 8- Fin. MISS KITTIE JACK, 8 Brixton Road, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Dance MISS ELISABETH JACKSON, 14 Briarclitt Pl., Huntington, N.Y., 1968, Eng. MR. CARL STEPHEN JACOB, 99 Goldie Avenue, North Bellmore, New York, 1965, Acct. MISS ELLEN JACOB, 505 Boulevard Pl., Garden City So., N.Y., 1967, Dance MR. GERALD M. JACOBI, 1531 East 27th Street, Brooklyn, New York 11229, 1968 MISS VIRGINIA M. JACOBI, 39 Euston Road, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1967, English MISS HARRIET JACOBS, 1057 Park Lane N., Franklin Square, N.Y., 1968, ATEP MR. RONALD F. JACOBS, 2037 Stratford Drive, Westbury, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Acct. B.A. MR. GEORGE J. JACOBSON, 181-08 69th Ave., Flushing 65, N.Y., 1967, Hlst. MISS TINA R. JACOBSON, 72 Colgate Road, Great Neck, N.Y., 1966, Bio. MRS. ARLINE J. JACOBY, 3722 Richard Lane, North Wantagh, N.Y., 1965. Art Ed. MISS ESTHER JAFFE, 37 Brixton Rd., Garden City. N.Y., 1967, ATEP MR. ROBERT JAFFE, 225 Harbor Road, Hewlett, N.Y., 1968, Undec. MR. HARVEY JAKOB, 86-20 Ava Place, Jamaica, N.Y., 1965, B.A. Mgt. MR. PATRICK H. JAMES, 70 Lehigh Street, Williston Pk., N.Y. 11596, 1967, Undec. MR. CHARLES G. JAMESON, 155 Berry Hill Road, Syosset, N.Y.11791, 1965, Chem. MRS. BARBARA JANCO, I 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. RONALD F. JAVIAN, 245 Crabapple Rd., Manhasset, N.Y., 1966, Soc. MR. R. LEE JEANS, JR., 27 Westbury Road, Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Phys. Ed. MISS MARILYN D. JELLIG, 432 Harrison Street, Franklin Square, N.Y., 1968, Ph. Ed. MISS ELAINE JESCHUR, 250 Delaware Avenue, Island Park, New York, 1966, German MR. KENNETH R. JOHANNESEN, 1732 East 35 Street, Brooklyn 34, N.Y., 1964, B.A. Acctg. MISS JUDITH JOHANSEN, 105 Liberty Ave., Port Jefferson, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MR. BERNARD J. JOHNSON, 256 South Main Street. Mechanicville, New York, 1965, Undec. MISS DOROTHY JOHNSON, 109-15 124th St., S. Ozone Park, N.Y., 1968, BA MR. LAWRENCE E. JOHNSON, 71 East Bedell Street, Freeport, L,1., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS MARY E. JOHNSON, 122 Darlington Avenue, Ramsey, New Jersey, 1968, German MR. DAVID S. JOHNSTON, 132 Brixton Rd. So., W. Hempstead, N.Y., 1968, Psych. MR. DONALD A. JOHNSTON, 115-102 231st Street, Cambria Heights 11, N.Y., 1965, Mktg. MISS KATHLEEN V. JONES, 78-12 35th Ave., Jackson Hgts. 72, N.Y., 1966, Bus. Ed. MISS KATHLEEN M. JONES, 41 Vernon Terrace, Poughkeepsie, N.Y., 1965, Eng. MISS SONDRA ELLEN JONES, 373 Kilburn Road, Garden City So., N.Y., 1965, History MR. MAURICE L. JOSELSON, 242 W. Hudson Ave., Englewood, N.J., 1965, Spe. 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 MOLLY E. JUBITZ, 31 Prospect Avenue, Hood River, Oregon, 1968, French MISS PATRICIA ANN JUREK, 2568 Seventh Street. East Meadow, L.1., N.Y., 1967, Nursing MR. KEITH JUROSKO, 802 Pennsylvania Ave., Schenectady 3, N.Y., 1968, Drama MR. JOHN KAARE, Oakcrest Ave., Middle Island, N.Y., 1968, Undec. MISS JEFFERIE A. KABAT, 608 Barnard Avenue, Waodmere, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Speech The. MISS CAROLINE KACHURA, 203 Little Plains Road, Huntington, N.Y., 1965, Bio. MISS BARBARA KADISH, Ma Seagren, 230 Whitehall Road, Garden City Sa., l..I., N.Y., 1967, ATEP MISS BARBARA KAHANOFSKY, 370 South 30th Street, Camden 5, New Jersey, 1966, Sp. 8. Dr. MISS LINDA KAHN, 53-44 204 Street, Bayside 64, N.Y., 1966, Nursing 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 PAMELA N. KALMANSON, '24 Joan Lane, Massapequa, N.Y., 1966, B.A. Acc. MISS SANDRA L. KAMEN, 6 Glenbrook Road, Hicksville, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Educ. MR. LEONARD KAMIN, 120 East 54th Street. Brooklyn 3, N.Y., 1966, Phys. Ed. MR. NORMAN KAMINOWITZ, 3859 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn 29, N.Y., 1968, Phys. Ed. MISS JUDITH F. KAMINSKI, 271 Kehr Street, Buffalo 11, N.Y., 1966, Pre-Med 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, 8 Vanderbilt Drive, Lake Success, N.Y., 1967, D.M.H. MR. JEFFREY E. KANNER, 649 3rd Place, Garden Clty S., L.I., N.Y., 1966, Bio., P-Den. MR. DENNIS KANTOR, 3 Allen Road, Bloomfield, Conn., 1968, BBA MISS CHERYL KANTROWITZ, 261 Dorchester Rd., Garden Clty, So., N.Y., 1968, Hist. MISS MARY H. KANUCK, 15 Walter Ave., Hicksville, N.Y., 1968, EI. Ed. MISS JANE KAPLAN, 20 Hilltop Dr. E., Great Neck, N.Y., 1968, Art Ed. MR. JERROLD A. KAPLAN, 4010 Meadow Lane, Seaford, L.I., N.Y., 1966, 'BIo. MR. STEVEN R. KAPLAN, 61 Warwick Road, Great Neck, L.I., N.Y., 1965, B.A. MISS VICTORIA KAPLAN, 386 Garden Blvd., Garden Clty Sa., N.Y., 1967, ATEP MRS. JANE KAPLITT, 282 East 35th St., Brooklyn 3, N.Y., 1965, English MR. THOMAS P. KARANICOLAS, Myrina Lemnos, Greece, 1968, Phys. MR. EDWARD G. KARANJA, Box 28, Kikuyu, Kenya, 1968, Undec. MISS MARY J. KARGER, 500 West End Ave., New York, N.Y., 1968, Music MR. ANDREW KARMIN, 15 Melby Lane, Roslyn, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Bio. Pre-M MISS ANN M. KAROTSERIS, 38 Cawfield Lane, Huntington Station, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. CHARLES KAROTSERIS, 3B Cawtield Lone, Huntington Station, N.Y., 1965, History MISS MARILYN I. KARP, 2364 McCord Ave., Merrick, N.Y. 11566, 1967, El. Ed. MR. ARTHUR KARPAS, 38 Stratford Road, Brooklyn 18, N.Y. 1965, Bio. MISS BARBARA I. KARPEL, 32 Old Farm Road, Levittown, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Chem. MISS DOROTHY KARSCH, 78 Dover Parkway, Stewart Manor, N.Y., 1967, Phys. Ed. MISS SUSAN J. KARTOVSKY, 220 Oak Ridge Road, Stratford, Conn., 1967, Bio. MR. LAWRENCE KARWOSKI, 1130 McKenna PI.. Uniondale, N.Y., 1968, Ph. Ed. MR. ALAIN R. KARYO, 243 Narrow Lane, Waodmere, New York, 1968, Fine Arts MR. DANIEL KASIK, Via Golametto 2, Rome, Italy MISS PAULA KATSKE, 284 Whitehall Rd., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Undec. MISS .IUDITH A. KATZ, 3725 Henry Hudson Pkwy., New York 62, N.Y. MR. LEONARD KATZ, 518 West Fulton Street, Long Beach, N.Y., 1965, History MISS LINDA KATZ, 851 Pepperidge Road, Westbury, L.I., N.Y., 1967, English MR. MARTIN S. KATZ, 217 East Beech Street, Long Beach, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Acct. MR. MARVIN S. KATZ, 140 Clarkson Ave., Brooklyn 26, N.Y., 1966, Acct. MR. LAWRENCE KAUFER, 86 Hausch Blvd., Roosevelt, N.Y., 1966, Sac. MISS KAREN KAUFMAN, 25 Sagamore Road, East Norwich, N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med MISS KAREN KAUFMANN, 63 Bridle Lone, Hicksville, N. Y., 1968, Ph. Ed. Miss st-IARAN KAUFMAN, Sub srenon jtso, Queens Village, N.Y., 1968, Nurs. 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.I., N.Y., 1966, Acctg. MR. GERALD KAYE, 148-25 89th Ave., Jamaica 35. N.Y., 1966, Psych. MR. ROBERT KAYE, 78-10 266th Street, Floral Park, New York MISS MARY A. KAZAKOWITZ, 1849 Albemarle Ave., East Meadow, N.Y., 1968, Educ. MR. ROBERT KAZANJIAN, 124 Brixton Road S., W. Hempstead, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Genl. Bus. MISS SONA M. KAZANJIAN, 30 Cambridge Street, Winchester, Moss., 1967, Undec. MISS KAREN A. KAZER, 65 Roxbury Rd., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Eng. MISS SUSAN A. KEAHON, 195 Hempstead Avenue, Lynbrook, L.l., N.Y., 1966, History MISS LYNN KEGELER, 1 Libby Drive, Glen Cove, N.Y., 1968, El. Ed. MISS PATRICIA KEIFFER, Sierra Leone 730, Mexico 10, D.F., Mexico, 1967, Psych. MISS JOYCE L. KELLERHALS, 153 Adams Street, Garden City, N.Y. 11530, 1968, Eng. MISS CAROL A. KELLY, 270 Maple Avenue, Smithtown, L.1., N.Y., 1964, B.A., Gen. Bus. E. MISS MAUREEN C. KELLY, 47 E. Roosevelt Ave., Roosevelt, N.Y., 1968, Nurs. MR. MARTIN J. KELTZ, 63-84 Sounder Street, Rego Park 74, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. BRUCE KEMMLEIN, 3434 Heather Lone, Wantagh, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS DONNA KEMMLEIN, 3434 Heather Lane, Wantagh, N.Y., 1968, Ph. Ed. MISS ADELE JO-ANN KEMP, 1627 Park Avenue, New Hyde Park, New York, 1966, Eng. MR. STEVEN KEMPLER, 11 Cathy Court, Malverne, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Psych. MR. ALAN J. KERMAN, 98 Lake Drive, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1966, Dra. Eng. MISS NANCY KERN, 62 East Broadway, Roslyn, N.Y., 1965, English MISS CAROL J. KERNER, 64 2nd Street, Huntington Sta., N.Y., 1968, Math. MISS ARLENE J. KESSLER, 163 East Penn Street, Long Beach, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Speech The. MR. LAURENCE KESSLER, 69-46 198th Street, Flushing, N.Y.1965, Hist. MISS TUCK HYUNG KIM, B5 1-lap Chung Dong, Seoul, Korea, 1966 MR. MARTIN J. KIMMELMAN, 718 Monroe Blvd., Long Beach, N.Y., 1966, Chem. MR. RODNEY KIROUAC, 368 Main Street, Bristol, Conn., 1967, Undec. MR. IRWIN S. KIRSCHENBAUM, 738 Dumont Pl., No. Woodrnere, N.Y., 1968, Bio. MISS BARBARA KIRWIN, 2916 Philip Avenue, Bronx 65, New York, 1965, Nursing MISS PATRICIA G. KISZENICK, 560 Dryden Street, Westbury, N.Y. 11590, 1968, El. Ed. MISS KATHRYN E. KIZENBERGER, 50-09 BBth Street. Elmhurst 73, N.Y., 1967, ATEP MR. GERARD KLEIMAN, 728 Belmore Avenue, E. Meadow, L.I., N.Y., 1965, B.A. MR. DENNIS M. KLEIN, 157 Beach 140 Street, Belle Harbor 94, N.Y., 1966, Hist. P-La MISS ELEANA KLEIN, 328 East 55th Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1965, Music MISS ELLEN KLEIN, 20 Hillpark Avenue, Great Neck, 277 N.Y.: 1967, ATEP MR. KENNETH J. KLEIN, 2080 Milburn Ave., Baldwin, N.Y. 11512, 1968, Pre-Med MR. MARK A. KLEIN, 45 Radcliffe Road, Island Pork New York, 1965, Speech 81 Dr. MR. LAWRENCE KLEINBERG, 245-28 61st Avenue, Douglaston 62, N.Y., 1965, Hist. MISS ALISA KLIGFELD, 155 East Fulton Street, Lang Beach, L.l., N.Y., 1966, ANTEP MR. PAUL KLOTZLE, 53 Edward Road, West Newton 65, Mass., 1968, SSW MR. EUGENE J. KLYMYSHYN, 53-34 195 Street, Flushing 65, N.Y., 1966, Music MR. ROGER KNAKAL, 68 Fordham St., Williston Park, N.Y., 1967, B.A. MISS JUNE E. KNIGHT, 164 Bennett Ave., Hempstead, N.Y. 11550, 1968, Psych. MR. ROBERT W. KNIGHT, 195 Acre Lone, Hicksville, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Physics MISS MARY F. KNOUFF, B7 Highland Avenue, Port Washington, N.Y., 1967, Speech Ther. MISS OLGA E. KNUTSEN, 3027 Jericho Turnpike, East Northport, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. CHARLES KOBRIN, 140-16 68th Dr., Flushing, N.Y., 1968, Undec. MR. ROGER KOCH, West Creek Farm's Road, Port Washington, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Acct. ' MISS CAROL A. KOCSIS, 9 Violet Ave., Hicksville, N.Y., 1967, Nurs. MR. MICHAEL H. KOENIG, 17 Silo Lane, Levittown, L.1., N.Y., 1966, Bio. :L 5 MR. Jost KOEPPEL, 234 asset 140,11 sneer, GL -if 3 I -' Rockaway Pork 94, N.Y., 1965, Mktg. Ng by MISS DIANA KOERNER, 236 Goldenrod Avenue, ' Franklin Square, L.I., N.Y., 1967, French MISS LINDA A. KOFFMAN, Ossego Avenue, Troy, New York, 1967, Dance MISS BARBARA A. KOGAN, 11 Bayside Drive, Great Neck, N.Y., 1968, Govt. K MISS FRANCES RAE KOHN, 23 Ridge Drive, Westbury, L.1., N.Y., 1965, Eng. MISS KAREN A. KOLBE, 1342 Schenck's Lane, Hewlet, L.l., N.Y., 1967, ATEP MR. MARK S. KOLBER, 179 Woodside Dr., Hewlett, N.Y., 1965, Acctg. MISS SUSAN KOLBERG, 182-1 1 145th Ave., Springfield Gardens, N.Y., 1967, Art MR. RICHARD A. KOMOROWSKI, 530 Bedford Ave., Uniondale, N.Y., 1968, Engnrg. MR. SANDY N. KONIGSBERG, 43 Fall Lane, Jericho, N.Y., 1967, Acctg. MR. ERIC CHEE-TAI KOO, 165 Park Row, Apt. 20B, New York, N.Y., 1968, Math. MR. BRUCE A. KOONDEL, 28 Devon Road, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1965, BBA Act. MR. WILLIAM R. KORCAK, 165 Brookside Drive, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1967, Acct. MR. MICHAEL A. KORMAN, 371 Riverside Drive, Princeton, N.J., 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. MR. ALAN KORNFIELD, 198 Commonwealth Street, Franklin Square, New York, 1966, Biology MISS BEVERLY C. KORNHEISER, 139-45 87th Road, Jamaica, N.Y., 1966, Sp. Ther. MRS. KARYN L. KORNREICH, 1340 East 86th Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1965, Soc. MR. PAUL J. KOTULA, 3 Circle Hill Road, Pelham Manor, N.Y., 1966, English MR. ALLAN KOVITZ, 1920 East 4th St., Brooklyn 23, N.Y., 1967, Acctg. MR. RAYMOND M. KOWALCYK, 67 Nassau Blvd. So., West Hempstead, N.Y., 1967, Psych. MISS LESLEE B. KOWALSKY, 451 Terrace Ave., Garden City So., N.Y., 1967, Psych. MISS LESLIE KRAMER, 289 Brower Avenue, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS STEPHANIE KRAMER, 27 Darewood Lane, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1968, El. Ed. MR. HOWARD I. KRANTZ, 79-15 20Btl'l Street, Flushing 64, N.Y., 1967, Govt. MISS GERTRUDE D. KRAUS, 505 Jorgen Street, Lawrence, N.Y., 1966, Psych. MISS NANCY M. KRAUS, 15 Parkwold Dr. E., Valley Stream, N.Y. 11580, 1968, Nurs. MISS KAREN KRAUSE, 268 Dorchester Rd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1967, ATEP MR. EUGENE KRAUSS, 121 Atlantic Avenue, Lang Beach, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Bio. lPre-Ml MR. ROBERT J. KRAUT, 55 Woadhill Lone, Manhasset, N.Y., 1967, Acctg. MR. HOWARD KRAUTHAMER, 15 Fallon Avenue, Elmont, L.l., N.Y., 1966, B.A. Acctg. MISS SHARON M. KRAVITZ, 22 Glenwood Drive, Great Neck, N.Y., 1967, Acctg. MR. PETER L. KREBSER, 114 Bretton Rd., Yonkers 3, N.Y.: 1966, B,A. MR. STEVE A. KREIDMAN, 131-43 227 Street, Lourelton 13, N.Y., 1965, Moth. MISS MARCIA KREITZER, 14 Tuthill Avenue, Ellenville, New York, 1967, Speech The. 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 Pork, N.Y., 1965, English MISS PAULA H. KRIVIS, 887 Wellington Road, Westbury, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Math. MR. MICHAEL S. KPOl.'f'K' I' Beechwood Road, Roslyn, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Acct. B. MR. RICHARD A. KRON, 181 Dogwood Road. Roslyn, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Acct. MRS. IRENE F. KRONFN' 593 Redwood Drive, Cedarhurst, N.Y., 1967, Music MR. EDGAR P. KROPOSKI, Zo High Street, Monroe, New York, 1966, Psych. MISS LAURA A. KROWLES, 26 Dillmont Dr., Smithtown, N.Y. 11787, 1966, Bus. Ed. 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' DONNA KUIZENGA, 506 Ogden Ave., Toledo, ohio, 1968, Eng. MISS MARIE KULA, 346 Childs Ave., Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. GARY KULLACK, King's Drive, Old Westbury, N.Y.: 1966, B.A. MISS LAURY E. KUYLER, 122 Chester Ave., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Dance MISS MARY KUZMIK, 65 Roxbury Rd., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Hist. MR. SUNG SOO KWON, Piping Rock Club, Locust Valley, N.Y., 1968, Math. MR. JOHN A. LaBARCA, 21 Border Street, Hicksville, N.Y., 1965, Acct. MR. ALEXANDER S. LABOUNSKY, Wayaawi Avenue, Bayville, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. JOHN LACOPO, 44-20 Douglaston Parkway, Douglaston, N.Y. 11363, 1966, Math. MR. TONN LAIDRE, 9 Duryea Place, Hempstead, N.Y. 11550, 1968, Bio. MR. CHARLES A. LaMARCA, 49-09 Weeks Lane, Flushing, N.Y., 1965, Bio. MR. MILES J. LAMBERT, 624 Mississippi Ave., S.E., Washington, D.C. 20032, 1968, Undec. MR. DENNIS A. LAMHUT, 3124 Clubhouse Rd., Merrick, N.Y., 1968, Bio. MR. RONALD L. LAMY, B76 Main St., Waltham, Moss. 02154, 1968, Sp. 81 Dr. MR. ARNOLD H. LANDAU, 2079 Wallace Avenue, Bronx 62, N.Y., 1965, Math. MISS ELLEN LANDERMAN, 895 Tower Avenue, Hartford 12, Conn., 1966, Dance MISS LESLIE H. LANDMAN, 283 Avenue C., New York, 9, N.Y., 1965, Eng. MISS ANN SUSAN LANE, 172-14 84 Avenue, Jamaica 32, N.Y., 1965, Speech MR. PETER R. LANE, 18 Drake Road, Scorsdale, New York, 1964, I. Mgt. MR. JEFFREY W. LANGFELDER, 154-B3 Riverside Drive, Beechhurst 57, N.Y., 1966, Hist., Pre-Law MISS PATRICIA M. LANGENAU, 230 Lincoln Road, Brooklyn, N.Y. 11225, Bio. MR. ANTHONY V. LANGONE, 46-O1 21st Avenue, Long Island City 5, N.Y., 1965, English MISS JANET A. LANGONE, 251 Sheridan Blvd., Mineola, N.Y., 1965, Nursing MR. GISBERT LANGE, 87 Nottingham Ave., Valley Stream, N.Y., 1967, German MISS MARGARET LANMAN, B1 Lincoln Blvd.. Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1967, ATEP MISS DOLORES C. LANNI, 1135 University Ave., New York 52, N.Y., 1967, Art MR. ALBERT LA PLACA, 28 The Beachway, Manhasset, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Sales Mgt. MISS NOEL LAREAU, 1078 New York Ave., Huntington Sta., N.Y., 1967, Eng. MR. ROBERT H. LARSEN: Stone Ridge, New York 12484, 1966, Math. MISS LYNN LARSON, 430 Bock Lane, Wetherstield, Conn., 1967, Art MISS SANDRA LARSON, 431 Carnation Ave., Floral Pork, N.Y., 1966, Nurs. Miss susAN LATHAM, Main Road, orient. New York 11957, 1968, Nurs. MR. FRANK LATINA, 21 I Nassau Blvd., So Garden City, N.Y., 1965, Math. MISS MARY ANNE LA TORRE, 112 Danlig Place, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1965, Nursing MR. LESLIE R. LATTIN, 85 Reeve Road, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1964, Gov. P-Law MR. CHARLES LAUFMAN, 56-04 219 Street. Bayside, N.Y., 1965, Physics MR. RONALD F. LA VALLE, 216 Laclede Ave., Uniondale, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Psych. MISS CAROLINE LA VERNE, 12 Sylvia Lane, Plainview, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Ret. MR. DAVID LAWNER, 96 Wood Lane, Woodmere, N.Y., ACCTQ. MR. DONALD W. LAWRENCE, 622 Pelhamdale Ave., Pelham Manor, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. JEFFREY R. LAWRENCE, 229 Oakford Street, West Hempstead, N.Y., 1966, Pers. Man. MR. MARC D. LAX, 67-36 110th St., Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375, 1968, Pre-Med MR. IRA L. LAZAR, 16 Suzane Lane, Bethpage, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med. MISS LOIS F. LAZER, 4 Lefterts Road, Yonkers, N.Y. 10705, 1968, El. Ed. 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 SUSAN J. LEBLANG, 30 East 65th StFeet, New York, N.Y., 1966, Gov. MISS ELLEN R. LEE, B06 Boulevard, Bayonne, N.J. 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 MISS YANG JA LEE, 4-05 Astoria Blvd. Apt. 2A, Long Island City 2, N.Y., 1965, Chem. MISS CAROLE A. LEHMAN, 706 Lincoln Ave., Willow Grove 5, Penna., 1967, Dance MR. PAUL M. LEFCORT, 218-21 Stewart Rd., Jamaica 27, N.Y. MR. RICHARD B. LEFCORT, 218-21 Stewart Road, Jamaica 27, N.Y., 1965, Phys. Ed. MISS HELYN M. LEFGREN, 1000 Schuman Pl., Baldwin, N.Y., 1968, Chem. MISS BONNIE D. LEFRAK, 41-42 Elbertson Street, Elmhurst 73, N.Y., 1967, Art MISS JANE V. LEGUNN, 515 Arbuckle Avenue, Cedarhurst, New York, 1967, Ph. Ed. MISS PHYLLIS LEHRMAN, 73-39 136th Street, Flushing, N.Y., 1967, Eng. MISS HARRIET R. LEIB, 875 Monroe Street, W. Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Psy. Ed. MR. EDWARD LENNSTROM, 51 Oxford Street, New Hyde Pork, N.Y., 1965, B.A. Mgt., Ind. MISS PAMELA R. LEONARD, 34 Briartield Lane, Huntington, N.Y., 1967, Spa. MISS JEAN I. LEONE, 510 North Ave., Weston 93, Mass., 1968, Pre-Law MISS JESSIE LEONE, 11 Whitehall Blvd., Garden City, N.Y., 1966, Bio. MISS NANCY J. LEONHARD, 26 Bradford Lane, Bethpage, L.l., N.Y., 1966, English MISS HEDDA LEPOLSTAT, 387 Cochran Place, Valley Stream, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Speech 8. Hr. The. MISS JOYCE A. LESLIE, 210 Crocus Avenue, Floral Park, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Math. 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 MARILYN LESSNER, 94 Hampshire Road, Rockville Centre, New York, 1968 MR. RICHARD LEUKROTH, 3479 Hudson Boulevard, Jersey City 7, N.Y. 07307: 1968, Bio. MISS NANCY J. LEUTZ, 22 Cherry Lane, Huntington, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Nursing MR. JACK S. LEVANDE, 47 Deepdale Dr., Great Neck. N.Y. 11021, 1968, BA MR. RONALD L. LEVENSON, 688 Humphrey St., Swampscott, Moss., 1968, Acctg. MISS CAROL LEVIN, 193 Canterbury Dr., Ramsey, N.J., 1968, Nurs. MR. ELLIOTT LEVIN, 1399 East 35th Street, Brooklyn 34, N.Y., 1965, Psych. MISS JOAN E. LEVIN, 69-83 1 13th Street, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1965, Speech Ed. MR. S. RICHARD LEVIN, 420 N. Caroline St., Herkimer, N.Y., 1968, BA MR. STEPHEN LEVIN, 887 Academy Road, Woodmere, N.Y., 1967, Psych. MISS ALICE G. LEVINE, 500 Funston Avenue, Spring Valley, New York, 1965, EI. Educ. MRS. CAROLE LEVINE, 950 49th Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1965, Eng. MR. DAVID B. LEVINE, 67 Broome Avenue, Atlantic Beach, N.Y., 1966, Bio. MR. GARY L. LEVINE, 217-84 Hempstead Ave., Queens Village, N.Y. 11429, 1968, Bio. MR. JEFFREY LEVINE, 137-41 223 Street, Lourelton 13, New York, 1966, Bio., P-Med MR. JOSEPH LEVINE, 17 Ravine Road, Great Neck, N.Y. 1967, Hist. MR. KENNETH M. LEVINE, 58 Alexander Ave., Hicksville. N.Y., 1968, Bio. MISS LESLIE LEVINE, 386 Garden Blvd., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Nursing 278 MR. WILLIAM LEVINE, 69-20 178 Street, Flushing 65, N.Y., 1965, B.A. Acctg. MR. THEODORE LeVINESS, 102 Blueberry Lone, Hicksville, New York, 1966, Phys. Ed. MR. DENNIS P. LEVINSON, 470 Charles Ave., Massapequa Pork, N.Y. 11762, 1968, Acctg, MISS ROBERTA H. LEVINSON, 1510 Adele Court, Elmont, N.Y. 11003, 1968, Nurs. MR. PETER D. LEVIT, 50 Prospect Ave., Larchmont, N.Y., 1968, Undec. MR. BRIAN LEVY, 560 West Broadway, Long Beach, N.Y.: 1967. Undec. MISS IDA J. LEVY, 32 DeMott Place, Rockville Centre, L.l., N.Y., 1966, ANTEP MISS MARY JOYCE LEVY, 259 Pennsylvania Ave., Freeport, N.Y., 1965, Speech The. MR. OWEN LEVY, 250 Cumberland St., Brooklyn 5, N.Y., 1968, Eng. MISS RHONA J. LEW, 27 Pine Drive North, Roslyn, New York, 1968, Dance MISS CAROL A. LEWIN, B60 Pepperidge Rd., Westbury, N.Y.: 1968, Sp. Ther. MR. ERIC LEWIS, 79-27 257th Street, Floral Pork, N.Y., 1966, Bio., Pre-Med 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. ANTHONY B. LICATA, 27 Eighth Street, Hicksville, N.Y., 1968, Bio. MR. STEVEN M. LICATA, 2626 Beech Street, East Meadow, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Chem. MR. KENNETH J. LICHTENSTEIN, 73-51 Bell Blvd., Bayside, N.Y. 11364, 1968, Acctg. MISS BELLA LICHTMAN, 69-I2 Ingram Street, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1966, Span. MRS. FRANCES LICHTMAN, 150 Hawthorne Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1964, English MISS MARY ANN LIEBERMAN, 76 Wellington RCI., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Soc. MR. PHILIP LIEBERMAN, 789 East 52nd Street, Brooklyn 3, N.Y., 1966, Chem. MISS JEANNE E. LIEBMANN, 33-26 92nd Street, Jackson Heights 72, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. GEORGE L. LIEBOWITZ, 46 Drohan St., Huntington, N.Y., 1968, Engr. MR. ERIK LIEPA, 652 Third Place, Garden City Sa., New York, 1966, Psych. MISS ESTHER LIFSCHITZ, 100-41 67th Drive, Forest Hills, N.Y., 1967, Psych. MR. CHUN TAIK LIMB, 37-31 73rd Street, Apt. 6H, Jackson Heights, N.Y., 1967, Mktg. MR. LEONARD LINAR, 34 Bonnie Drive, Westbury, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Psy. Ed. MR. MARVIN LINCHITZ, 567 Ft. Washington Avenue, New York, New York MR. ROBERT LINCOLN, 65 Essex Road, Great Neck, N.Y. 11023, 1968 MISS BARBARA A. LIND, Box 401, Stuyvesant Street, Brentwood, N.Y., 1967, Speech MISS ANNE LINDENBAUM, 320 Central Avenue, Englewood, New Jersey, 1968 MISS JOAN M. LINDHORST, Route 25A, Shoreham, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Psych. MR. FREDERICK LINDEMANN, I Terrasse Tressemannes, Grosse lA.M.1 France, 1967, BA MISS IRIS MARIA LINDNER, 612 Lenox Road, Baldwin, L.l., N.Y., 1966, English MISS MARJORIE S. LINN, 122 Chester Ave., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Math. MISS ANU LINNAS, 21 Goldsmith Ave., Greenlawn, N.Y., 1968, Bio. MISS GLORIA W. LINTER, Larchmont Acres, Larchmont, N.Y., 1966, History MR. JEROME T. LIPANI, 7 Birchwood Dr. So., Valley Stream, N.Y., 1968, Drama MR. DAVID LIPKIN, 6 Tanglewood Lane, Freeport, N.Y., 1966, Bio., Pre-Med MISS GAIL LIPKIN, 60 Glenwood Road, Plainview, L.l., N.Y., 1966, ANTEP MISS DOROTHY W. LIPPINCOTT, 97 President Street, Hempstead, N.Y. 11550, 1968 MISS MARSHA A. LIPSITZ, 5203 Habersham Street, Savannah, Georgia, 1966, Art MISS PAULINE LIPSON, 769 Dumont Place, NO. Woodmere, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Psych. MR. WILLIAM J. LIPTON, 15 Maxwell Drive, Westbury, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Bio. P-Med MR. GEORGE LITINSKI, 13 Poikin Drive, Spring Valley, N.Y., 1967, Govt., Pre-Law MISS VICKI LITT, 147-24 70th Road, Flushing 67, N.Y., 1967, Med. Tech. MR. DONALD J. LITTLE, 119-18 107th Ave., Richmond Hill, N.Y. 11419, 1968, Bio. MR. DANIEL LITTAUERJ 19 Ogston Terrace, Malverne, N.Y., 1967, Acct. MISS JUDITH LLOYD, 7 Lariiean Lane, East Northport, N.Y., 1967, Nursing MISS JOAN LODGE, 37 Newton Avenue, Lynbrook, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Chem. l I' 1 I 1 1 I d MR. RAYMOND LOERCHER, 92-44 54th Avenue, Elmhurst 73, N.Y., 1966, Econ. MISS EVELYN LOGOSSO, 354 Brixton Rd. So., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Psych. MR. EDWARD LOIZIDES, 7 Julio Lane, East Northport, N.Y. 11731, 1968, Engr. MR. ANDREW LONDON, 80-46 Grenfell St., Kew Gardens 15, N.Y., 1966, B.A. Acctg. MISS PATRICIA S. LONDON, 513 Cato Court, Franklin Square, N.Y., 1968, ATEP MISS PRYNN LONGENECKER, 35 Hillside Ave.. Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1968, Dance MR. ANTHONY J. LONGO, 2387-56 Drive, Brooklyn 34, N.Y., 1966, Bio. P-Med MR. FRANKLIN C. LORANGER JR., 85 Magnolia Ave., Garden City, N.Y. 11530, Soc. MISS SUSAN E. LORING, 80-O7 256 Street, Floral Park, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Sp. 8- Hr. MR. DAVID LORR, 129 East Drive, North Massapequa, New York, 1966, Bio. MISS ANN M. LOTITO, 255 Brixton Road, Garden City So., N.Y., 1966, French MR. ALAN L. LOUZIN, 354 South St., Pittsfield, Mass., 1968, Blo. MR. LESLIE M. LOVINGER, 108 Second St., Troy, N.Y. 12180, 1968, Pre-Med MRS. ELIZABETH LOWRIE, 17 Shore Ave., Bayville, L.1., N.Y., 1967, Math. MISS LUCINDA LOYD, 2 Brinckerhofi Ave., New Canaan, Conn., 1968, Undec. MR. DAVID P. LUBELL, 164 Kensington Oval, New Rochelle, N.Y., 1966, Acct. MR. JERRY LUBLIN, I Greenvale Lane, Syosset, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Psych. MISS CONSTANCE LUBOYESKI, 257 Terryville Ave., Bristol, Conn. 06011, 1968, Dance MISS JOYCE M. LUCHKA, 51 Pollok Place, Hicksville, N.Y., 1968, EI. Ed. MR. ROCKWELL LUDDEN, 30 Captain Nickerson Rd., South Yarmouth, Mass., 1968, Undec. MR. C. STEPHEN LUDLOW, Box 669, Sag Harbor, N.Y., 1968, Phy. MR. PETER J. LUKAS, 197 Springtime Lane, Levittown, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Acct. MISS SUSAN LUM, 25 Osborne Rd., Garden City, N.Y. 11530, 1965, Pol. Sci. MR. GEOFFREY LUMB, 43 Seawane Road, East Rockaway, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS ANGELA LUPO, 2080 Ocean Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y., 1968, ATEP MR. ROBERT F. LUPONE, 7 Locust Rd., Northpart, N.Y., 1968, Dance MR. MICHAEL L. LUSTBADER, 135-05 Rockaway Beach Blvd., Belle Harbor 94, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MR. DAVID R. LUTWIN, 424 West Park Avenue, Long Beach,L.1., N.Y., 1967, Psych. MR. ROBERT H. LYDER, 29 Avon Road, Hewlett, L.l., N.Y., 1965, B.A. Acct. MISS SHIRLEY A. LYON, 6 Bolster Avenue, Barre, Vermont, 1966, Nursing MISS JUDY LYONS, 1743 Gerritsan Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y. 10029, 1966, Art Educ. MR. ROBERT MACALUSO, 15 Taft Ave., Bethpage, N.Y., 1968, Undec. MR. DOUGLAS MacARTHUR, Box 651 Bellport Road, W. Yaphank, Medford, N.Y., 1967, French MR. VINCENT J. MACCONE, 30 Arbor Lane, Huntington, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS MARGARET E. MacDONALD, 18 Wyatt Road, Garden City, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Med. Tech. MISS ALICE MacFARLANE, 164 Dorchester Rd., So., Garden City, N.Y., 1966, Sp. 8, Hr. MISS MARY J. MacFARLANE, IB Bauer Avenue, Roosevelt, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Drama MR. IVAN MACK, 125 Linmcuth Road, Malverne. L.l., N.Y., 1965, Acct. MISS MARILYN M. MACK, 11 Knowlton Avenue, Mt. Klsco, New York, 1966, Nursing MR. JOHN A. MacKENZIE, 67-02C 186th Lane, Flushing, 65, New York, 1966, Govt. MR. PETER H. MacMURRAY, 1 DeChiaro Lane, Williston Park, N.Y. 11596, 1967, Undec. MR. BRIAN P. MAGUIRE, 22 Mulford Place, Hempstead, N.Y. 11550, 1966 MR. THEODORE J. MAKKAY, 88 lntervale Ave., Farmingdale, L.l., N.Y., 1965, B.A. Mgt. MR. GERALD F. MAHONEY, 91 Tullp Ave., F Bldg., Apt. E3, Floral Park, N.Y., 1965, Engr. MR. PETER P. MALANCHUK, 3 No. Crescent Dr., Farmingdale, N.Y. 11735, 1966, Hist. MR. ALAN MALAT, 73-53 260th Street, Glen Oaks, N.Y., 1965, Pre-Law MISS MARTHA A. MALL, 235 Nassau Blvd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1968, Moth. MR. MICHAEL G. MAIS, 26 Margaret Road, Massapequa, New York, 1968, Bus. MR. HARVEY H. MALLIS, 3021 Avenue Z, Brooklyn 35, N.Y., 1965, BA MR. STEPHEN M. MALLI5, 1241 Brixton Road S., West Hempstead, L.l. N.Y., 1965, B.A. Mgt. MISS BETH MALMSHEIMER, 32 Kensington Rd., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Art MR. JOSEPH R. MALY, 265-O4 East Williston Ave., Floral Park, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. ELIAS MAMBERG, 110-35 67th Dr., Forest Hills, N.Y., 1968, Bio. MISS EILEEN MANBER, 73-63 190th Street, FIUSI'tit'1Q 66, N.Y.: 1965. PsvCl'I. MR. ROBERT L. MANGER, 170-06 88th Ave., Jamaica 32, N.Y., 1967, Acctg. 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 MISS PAMELA R. MANO, 65 Devonshire Road, New Hyde Park, L.1., N.Y., 1968, Ph. Ed. MISS MARY L. MANZELLA, 28 Holmes Place, Fredonia, N.Y., 1967, ATEP MISS LORRAINE MARAN, 77-35 I 13 Street, Forest Hills, N.Y., 1968, El. Ed. MR. DENNIS P. MARCH, 18 Wagstatt Lane, West Islip, N.Y., 1965, Phsy. Ed. MISS MARYANN T. MARCH, 194 Woodside Avenue, Lodi, New Jersey, 1968, Nurs. MR. DANIEL ALAN MARCUS, 407 Madison Ave-, West Hempstead, N.Y., 1967, Math. MRS. MAXINE MARCUS, 118 Girard Street, Brooklyn, New York 11235, 1966, Sp. 81 Hr. 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.l., N.Y., 1966, Acct. MR. CHARLES JOSEPH MARINELLO, 112 Martin Avenue, Hempstead, L.1., N.Y., 1964, B.A., Sal. Mgt. MR. NEAL D. MARKOWITZ, 198 Spindle Rd., Hicksville, N.Y. 11801, 1965, Mgt. MR. EDWARD B. MARKS, 7 Argo Avenue, Elmont, New York, 1964, Mgm. Sm. Bu. MR. EUGENE PAUL MARKS, 22 Joyce Road, Hartsdale, New York 10530, 1968, Psych. MR. LESTER A. MARKS, 4310 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn 29, N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med. MISS SHARON MARKS, 184 North Chestnut Street, No. Massapequa, N.Y., 1968 MR. MICHAEL MARLIN, 20-24 Seagirt Ave., Far Rockway, N.Y., 1968, Hist. MR. MATTHEW A. MARLON: 115 Kilburn Road, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Mktg. MR. NORMAN MARON, B793 21st Avenue, Brooklyn 74, N.Y., 1966, Bio., Pre-Med MR. BARRY S. MARQUIT, 2016 Avenue N., Brooklyn 10, N.Y., 1965, Bio-P. Den. MR. ANTHONY J. MARRA, 136-38 59th Avenue, Flushing 55, N.Y., 1966, Music MR. VITO P. MARRONE, 2977 Charlotte Dr., Merrick, N.Y.: 1965, Bio. MR. KENNETH MARSH, 3159 Oceanside Rd., Oceanside, N.Y., 1968, Undec. MISS MADELAINE S. MARSHALL, 55 Payson Avenue, New York 34, N.Y., 1965, Math. MISS ELIZABETH M. MARTIN, 85-15 247th Street, Bellerose 26, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MRS. KAREN B. MARTIN, 18 Shepard Lane, Levittown, N.Y., 1965, Art MISS JILL MARTIN: 15 Marlboro Dr., Huntington, N.Y.: 1968, Bio. MISS LYNN S. MARTIN, 216 Miller Loop, Ft. Benning, Ga., 1966, Undec. MRS. MARIE T. MARTIN, 22 Lenox Ave., Lynbrook, N.Y., BBA 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. MISS JUDITH A. MARTINO, 48-34 201st St., Bayside 64, N.Y., 1968, Art Ed. MR. MICHAEL V. MARTINO, 438 17th Street, West Babylon, L.l. N.Y., 1965, Per. Mang. MISS JOAN E. MASS, 136-18 71 Road, Flushing 67, N.Y., 1965, Eng. MISS ELEANOR MATANO, 2 Brook Avenue, Oceanside, L.l. N.Y., 1967, Med. Tech. MISS GEORGENE D. MATTHIES, 'Ms Mr. Zubris, 506 Ardsley Blvd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1967, English MR. RALPH MAUST, JR., 123 Frowein Road, Center Moriches, N.Y., 1964, Psych. MISS SHARYN C. MAUST, R.D. -if-'3, Meyersdale, Penn. 15552, 1968, Undec. MISS BARBARA A. MAXMIER, 360 Warburton Ave., Hastings-on-Hudson, N.Y. 10706, 1968, Ph. Ed. MR. DONALD B. McALLlSTER, 82-34 138th St., Kew Gardens, N.Y., 1964, Undec. MR. WALTER G. MCALLISTER, JR., 12 Brixton Road, Garden City, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Hist. MR. DAVID MCAULEY, 872 Cleveland Street, West Hempstead, N.Y., 1966, B.A. Mgt. MISS KATHLEEN M. MCCABE, Sub Station 60, Queens Village, N.Y., 1968, Nurs. MR. DANIEL McCALLY, 1334 14th Street, West Babylon, N.Y., 1968, Pre-Med 279 MISS MARILYN MCCART, 1916 Damonsville St., Mount Morris, N.Y., 1968, Undec. MISS DOROTHY McCAULEY, 80-45 Winchester Blvd., Queens Village 27, N.Y., 1968, Bio. MR. PETER McCOMBES, 25 Greene Avenue, Sayville, New York, 1965, English MISS LINDA B. MCCOY, 132-31 155th St., Jamaica, N.Y. 11434, 1968, Undec. MISS HELEN McCULLOUGH, 55 Kilburn Rd., Garden City, N.Y. MR. JOHN McDERMOTT, 88-18 Ransom Street, Queens Village, N.Y., 1965, B.A. MISS MEREDITH MCDERMOTT, 346 McKinley St., West Hempstead, N.Y., 1968, El. Ed. MISS PATRICIA C. McELROY, 68 Pine Street, Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Eng. MR. THOMAS P. MCGANN, JR., 15 Rugby Road, Merrick, L.1., N.Y., 1964, B.A. MR. .JOHN D. MCGARR, JR., 139 Whitehall Blvd., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Econ. MR. ERNEST MCGILL, JR., 19835 N. Miami Ave., Miami, Fla., 1968, Hist. MISS THEODORA MCGLINCHEY, 133 Spring Lane, Levittown, N.Y., 1968, Bio. MR. THOMAS McGLO1N, 126 Avon Place, West Hempstead, N.Y., 1966, Sm. Bus., 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 K. McINNES, 80 Chester Road, Lynbrook, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Chem. MR. ROBERT MCKEAN: 145-30 29th Road Flushing 54, New York, 1965, Gen. Bus. MISS VIVIAN McKNlGHT, 1415 George Street, Plainfield, N.J., 1968 Nurs. MR. FORD R. McLAlN, 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 Ketchum 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.I., N.Y., 1966, English MR. WILLIAM W. MCWILLIAMS, 351 Oakford Street, West Hempstead, L.1., N.Y., 1966, Psy. Ed. MISS WENDY McVICKER, 33 Jefferson Place, Massapequa, L.l., N.Y., 1967, ATEP MR. RANDOLPH M. MEDALIE, 679 3rd Place, Garden City So., L.I., 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 The. MR. JOSEPH L. MEER, 42-16 Union Street, Fair Lawn, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS KAREN MEERS, 6 Edgewood Ave., Glen Head, N.Y., 1968, Pre-Med MISS BARBARA MEHLER 395 Bunker Dr., Oceanside, N.Y., 1968, French MISS LINDA A. MEHLMAN, 65 Lyman Rd., West Hartford 17, Conn., 1968, Educ. MISS BARBARA M. MEHR, 122-01 Metropolitan Ave., Kew Gardens 15, N.Y., 1966, Speech MISS MARY A. MEIKLEHAM, 609 Winkwarth Pkwy., Syracuse, N.Y., 1967, Drama MISS JAN A. MEISEL5, 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, 686 East 234th St., Bronx 66, N.Y., 1967, D.M.H. MR. PETER M. MELTZER, 32-86 33rd St., Astoria, N.Y., 1968 MR. RICHARD C. MELUCCI, 222 DeMott Ave., Baldwin, N.Y., 1968, Phy. MISS LINDA M. MEOLF, 71 West Euclid Street, Valley Stream, New York, 1968, Acctg. MR. DONALD A. MERCIER, 62 Blue Point Ave., Blue Paint, N.Y., 1965, Bio. MISS ANN P. MERESMAN, 113 Allan Avenue, Massapequa, L.l., N.Y., 1966, French MR. JEFFREY L. MERKEL, 79-24 214th St., Flushing, N.Y., 1968, Acctg. MISS LUISE P. MERMAN, 2879 Hahn Ave., Bethpclge, N.Y., 1968, Spe. MR. GREGORY MERRILL, 246 Versa Place, Sayville, N.Y., 1966, Mktg. MISS CHERYL E. MERRITT, 111-37 199 Street, Hollis 12, N.Y., 1968, EI. Ed. MISS ELLEN S. MESSER, 14 Voorhees Road, New Brunswick, N.J., 1966, Nursing MR. DENNIS MESSINA, 750 Fall Avenue, Uniondale, N.Y., 1968, Phys. Ed. MRS. GLORIA MEYER, R.D. -733, Gerry Lane, Huntington, N.Y., Spec. Stu. MISS SHERRY M. MEYER, Sub Station 60, Queens Village, N.Y., 1968, Nurs. MISS PHOEBE MEYERS, 626 San Luis Road, Berkeley, California, 1968, Dance MR. SAMUEL MEYERS, 85-32 143rd St., Jamaica, N.Y., 1968, Bio. ' MISS WENDY MEYERS, 65 Salem Road, Roslyn Heights, N.Y., 1967, Dance MISS PATRICIA MICHALSKI, 49 Grace Lane, Levittown, L.1., N.Y., 1965, Psy. Ed. MISS MARIE MICHEL, 50-11 Avenue, Mineola, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Antep. MR. FRANK J. MIGNANELLI, 150-42 25th Drive, Flushing 54, N.Y., 1967, App. Physi. MR. WARREN R. MIKULKA, 83 Boston Avenue, Massapequa, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Bio., Pre-Med MISS KATHRYN MILANI, 1415 44th Street, North 'Bergan, N.J., 1968, Dance MR. ALAN MILLER, 3180 Jettries Road, Levittown, L.l., 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 I Street, Bayonne, N.J., 1965, English MR. CRAIG R. MILLER, 2 Clearland Avenue, Carle Place, L.I., 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, 245-07 62nd Ave., Dougloston, N.Y., 1966, Acct. MR. DAVID M. MILLER, 63-25 Saunders St., Rego Park, N.Y. 11374, 1967, Ph. Ed. MR. EUGENE E. MILLER, 2122 Avenue N., Brooklyn 10, N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med. MISS JOY MILLER, 72 Cove Drive, Manhassett, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS LINDA MILLER, 419 Northern Road, Utica 4, N.Y., 1967, Med. Tech. MISS NAOMI D. MILLER, 29 Thompson Drive, East Rockaway, N.Y. 11518, 1968, Spa. MR. ROBERT A. MILLER, 328 Concord Avenue, Oceanside, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS SHARI MILLER, 120 Pelham Road, New Rochelle, N.Y., 1965, Art MR. STEPHEN C. MILLER, 1512 Lincoln Place, Brooklyn 13, New York, 1967, Acctg. MR. STEPHEN M. MILLER, 271 Ocean Avenue, Lawrence, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Bio. MISS SUSAN MILLER, 255 Whitehall Rd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1967, Soc. MISS SUSAN IRENE MILLER, 73 Schoolhouse Lane, Roslyn Heights, New York, 1967, English MISS SUSAN J. MILLER, 624 Valley Forge Road, Phoenixville, Pennsylvania, 1966, Psych. MR. ARNOLD S. MILLMAN, 1072 Northgate Court, Uniondale, N.Y., 1966, Acctg. MISS NANCY A. MILLMAN, 78-08 268 Street, Floral Park, N.Y., 1966, Bio. MR. ROBERT D. MILONE, 11 Laurel Dr. Apt. D-13, Mineola, N.Y., 1965, BA Mgt. MR. GEORGE MINER, 75 Circle Lane, Roslyn Heights, N.Y., 1966, Chem. MRS. ILENE MINER, 38-25 Parsons Blvd., Flushing, N.Y., 1965, History MISS HOLLY I. MINKOFF, 85 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn 38, N.Y., 1967, Span. MISS DIANE J. MIRANDA, B4-11 251 Street, Bellerose 26, N.Y., 1966, ANTEP MISS ANDREA J. MITIGUY, 53 Old Mill Rd., No. Merrick, N.Y., 1968, Ph. Ed. MISS MARCIA MITIGUY, 53 Old Mill Road, No. Merrick, L.I., N.Y., 1965, French MISS JOY MITTLEMAN, 218-69 99th Avenue, Queens Village, New York, 1968, Art MR. GERALD P. MODELL, 44 Ambrose Avenue, Malverne, New York, 1966, Acct. MISS BARBARA J. MODLIN, 1075 Seawane Drivt, Hewlett Harbor, N.Y. 11557, 1967, Music MISS DONNA L. MOEHLICH, 45 Transverse Rd., Garden City, N.Y. 11535, 1967, Nurs. MR. TIMOTHY P. MOESCHEN, 151 East 83rd Street, New York 28, N.Y., 1966, History MR. BRUCE L. MOIR, 76 Cambridge Ave., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Bus. Mgt. MR. TAI MO MOK, 146 Oxford Blvd., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Pre-Med, Bio. MR. FESTUS E. MOLENJE, P.O. Box 5869, Nairobi. Kenya, 1967, Econ. MR. DENNIS K. MOLONEY, 51 Broadway, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1967, Speech MR. FRANK MONACO, 3632 Fiddler Lane, Bethpoge, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Psych. MISS LESLIE MONDSHEIN, 34 Field Lane, Roslyn Heights, New York, 1968, Soc. MR. MICHAEL MONDSHEIN, 34 Field Lane, Roslyn Heights, N.Y., 1965, Finance MR. RONALD A. MONTALTO, 882 Southard Street, Baldwin, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Acct. MR. JOHN L. MONTEN, 36-20 168th Street, Flushing 58, N.Y., 1967, Bio. Pre-Med MISS CAROL MONTICONE, I0 Executive Drive, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1966, English MISS LYNN M. MONTGOMERY, 126 East Melrose St. Valley Stream, N.Y., 1967, English MR. ALLAN E. MOOSE, 156 Monell Avenue, Islip, L.1., N.Y., 1964, Math. MISS MAXINE MOORE, B0-45 Winchester Blvd., Queens Village, N.Y., 1968, Nurs. MR. DONALD MORALES, 902 Eagel Avenue, New York 56, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS EILEEN MORAN, 53 Winthrop Ct., Milford, Conn., 1968, Latin MR. JOSEPH P. MORAN, 53 Farm Lane, Levittown, N.Y. 11756, 1968, Med-Tech. MR. KENNETH MORDAUNT, 630 Jetterson St., Westbury, N.Y., 1968, Acctg. MR. JAMES MORGAN, 563 West Fulton Street, Lang Beach, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Acct. MISS ALEXANDRA MORRIS, 12303 Remington Dr., Silver Spring, Maryland, 1968, Anth. MR. LOUIS MORTELLARO, 162 Stanhope Street, Brooklyn, New York, 1967, Phys. Ed. MISS STAR MOSETTER, 2112 Spruce Street, Baldwin, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Med. Tech. MR. SEYMOUR A. MOSKOWITZ, 414 Garden Blvd. Garden City, N.Y., 1968, BAA MISS EILEEN MOSS, 230 Whitehall Rd., Garden City So-, N.Y.: 1967, Educ. MISS IRIS E. MOSS, 80-45 Winchester Blvd., Queens Village, N.Y., 1968, Nur. Sci. MISS SUSAN MOSS, 37 Howard Drive E., Glen Cove N.Y. MISS PATRICIA A. MUCK, 17 Monroe Ave., Hicksville, N.Y. 11801, 1966, Psych. MR. GENE MULLER, 2886 Zulette Ave., Bronx 61, N.Y., 1966, Moth. MISS MARION M. MUOLO, 72 Benedict Ave., Valley Stream, N.Y., 1968, Bio. MR. JOHN P. MURO, 2053 Deer Park Ave., Deer Park, N.Y., 1966, Bus. Ed. MISS JOAN I. MURPHY, 77 Brompton Rd., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, EI. Ed. MISS PATRICIA M. MURPHY, 170 Windsor Ave., Rockville Centre, N.Y. 11570, 1968, Bio. MISS VALERIE R. MURPHY, 168 Cambon Avenue, St. James, N.Y., 1967, French MISS HELEN M. MURTHA, 1066 Sherman Drive, Franklin Square, N.Y., 1968, El. Ed. 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 Oaktielcl Ave., No. Bellmore 4, N.Y., 1966, Acct, MISS ILONA NAPEL, 13 Cumberland Rd., Hicksville, N.Y. 11801, 1968, Nurs. MISS PAULINE NARGIZIAN, 4545 Connecticut Ave., N.W., Washington 8, D.C., 1967, Undec. MR. THOMAS P. NASCA, 136-29 222nd Street, Laurelton, New York, 1965, History MISS GILDA NASSO, 755 Sydney Avenue, Malverne, N.Y., 1965, English MISS MAUREEN NASH, 30 Denton Ave., East Rockaway, N.Y., 1968, Ph. Ed. MR. GEORGE M. NATHAN, 163-35 130th Ave., Jamaica, 34, N.Y., 1968, Bio. MISS MARSHA U. NATHAN, 1047 Maple Lane, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1966, Spanish MISS NORA J. NATKE, 128 Atkinson Road, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1966, History MR. JOHN J. NAUGHTON, 71 Ontario Ave., Plainview, N.Y., 1967, Acctg. MISS ANITA F. NEEDLEMAN, 64-1 1 99th Street, Rego Park 74, N.Y., 1967, English MISS SUSAN NEEDLEMAN, IIA Myrtle Drive, Great Neck, N.Y., 1966, ATEP MISS MERLE J. NELKIN, 45 Holly Lane, Roslyn Hgts., N.Y., 1967, SSW MR. BRENT S. NELSON, 3562 Libby Lane, Wantagh, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Psych. MR. ROBERT N. NELSON, 526 Warren Blvd., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Hist. MISS LINDA J. NEMETH, 152 Regent Place, West Hempstead, N.Y., 1968, Art MISS LAURA NEUMAN, 262-08 82nd Avenue, Floral Park, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. KENNETH M. NEUMANN, 1759 Alladin Ave., New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1965, Psych. MISS ELIZABETH NEUMAYER, 68 Roxbury Rd. S., Franklin Square, N.Y., 1968, Ph. Ed. MR. BARRY NEUSTEIN, 31 Pine Drive North, Roslyn, New York, 1967, Bio. MISS GLORIA E. NEWMAN, 841 Pepperidge Road, Westbury, L.l., N.Y., 1966, El. Educ. 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 PAULA F. NEWMAN, 284 Whitehall Rd.. Garden City, N.Y., 1968, ATEP 280 1 MISS SALLY A. NEWMAN, 385 Church Street, Poughkeepsie, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MR. STUART NEWMAN, 811 Bronx River Road, Bronxville 8, N.Y., 1966, Bio. P-Den. MR. RICHARD D. NEZNAMY, 72-29 68th St., Glendale 27, N.Y., 1968, Undec. MR. CHUCK G. NG, 208 Monroe Street, Franklin Square, New York, 1967, Chem. MR. BRUCE W. NIENSTEDT, 31 Schoolhouse Lane, Syosset, N.Y. 11791, 1968, Undec. MISS DOLORES NIETO, 62 Kensington Rd., Garden City, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. RICHARD J. NISSIM, 2870 Bay Drive, Merrick, N.Y. MR. ROBERT NISSENFELD, Park Drive East, Old Westbury, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS LOIS R. NOBLE, 1954 Brook Park Drive, Merrick, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Speech MISS NOREEN D. NOLAN, 88 Krug Place, Mineola L.l., N.Y., 1966, B.A., Pers. Mgt. MISS DONNA NOLFI, 14 Fahrner St.. Bergenfield, N,J., 1968, Dance MISS LINDA A. NORMAN, 28 Roosevelt St., Babylon, N.Y. 11702, 1968, Nurs. MR. HAROLD NORTON, JR., 66 Andrew Road, Manhosset, New York, 1967, Math. MR. STANLEY F. NORWALK, 144-30 76th Avenue, Flushing 67, N.Y., 1965, Pre-Law MISS BARBARA NOT1, 2769 Shore Drive, Merrick, N.Y.: 1968, Bio. MISS JACQUELINE A. NOTO, 149 Brittle Lane, Hicksville, N.Y., 1968, Ph. Ecl. MISS DAREN A. NOVEMBER, 379 Terrace Ave., Garden City So., N.Y., 1967, English MR. DIMITRIOS NTONTOS, Myrina-Lemnos, Greece, 1968, Phy. MISS JEANNE CARLA NUDING, 88-17 201st Street, Hollis, New York 11423, Bus. Ed. MR. JOHN WALTER NUGENT, 14 St. James Street, Garden City, L.I., N.Y., 1965, B.A. Mktg. MR. WILLIAM D. NYE, 2812 Hermosa Avenue, Hermosa Beach, Calif., 1966, Bio. P-Med. MR. THOMAS OBERG, 16 Elizabeth Street, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1967, Art MISS IRENE B. OBERMAN, 66 Disbrow Lane, New Rochelle, N.Y., 1966, Bio. M-Tec. MR. DENNIS A. O'BRIEN, 86-12 257th St., Floral Park, N.Y., 1968, Soc. MR. JAMES J. O'BRIEN, 'AMrs. S. M. Agosto, 9 Alan Crest Dr., Hicksville, N.Y., 1967, Physics MISS PATRICIA E. O'BRIEN, 25 Buckingham Place, Manhasset, L.1., N.Y., 1967, Music MR. THOMAS O'BRlEN, 84-I4 85th Road, Waodhoven 21, N.Y., 1966, History MR. THOMAS M. O'BRIEN, 4216 80th Street, Elmhurst 73, N.Y., 1965. Hist. MISS MARYANNE E. O'CONNOR, 255 Brixton Rd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1966, Art MR. STUART O'CONNOR, 101 Chestnut Avenue, Floral Park, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Math. MISS CHRISTINE M. O'DONNELL, 142 Tullamore Road, Garden City, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS EILEEN P. O'DONNELL, 142 Tullamore Road, Garden City, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Soc. MR. GREGORY J. OGEKA, 5 Warren Blvd., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Engr. MR. DAVID OHMS, 1729 DeKalb Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11237, 1966, Govt. MR. RICHARD A. OKIN, 70-07 266th Street, Floral Park, New York, 1968, Pre-Dent. MISS CAROL J. OLIFIERS, 192 Cherry St., Floral Park, N.Y., 1968, Chem. MR. FRED I. OLITSKY, 73-40 Springfield Blvd., Bayside, N.Y., 1965, B.A. Mgt. MISS CHRISTINE OLSEN, 88-41 180th St., Jamaica, N.Y. 11432, 1968, Undec. MISS KIRSTEN M. OLSEN, 551 Fifth St., East Northport, N.Y., 1968, Math MISS MARGARET L. OLSTAD, Main Road, Southold, L.I., N.Y.: 1966, Bio. MISS JANE D. O'MAI.LEY, 14 Emerson Road, Winchester, Mass., 1965, Nursing MISS MARY F. O'MEARA, 55 Kilburn Rd., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Ch-em. 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. MISS LINDA T. OPPER, 6715-102 Street, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1968, Spe. Ther. MR. DAVID ORENSTEIN, 49 Peach Drive, Roslyn, N.Y., 1968, Chem. MISS BARBARA R. ORMONT, 23 Garson Rd., Carle Place, N.Y., 1968, El. Ed. MR. DAVID H. ORNSTEIN, 41-10 Bowne Street, Flushing 55, N.Y., 1967, Chem. MISS REBECCA A. OROSCO, Sub Station 60, Queens Village 27, N.Y., Nurs. MRS. CLARA M. ORTEGA, 351 Cochran Place, Valley Stream, N.Y.: 1967, D.M.H. MR. JOSEPH ORTlZg 2 Abbey Lune, Plainview, L.l., N.Y.p 1966, Psych., Pre-Med. MRS. MARY J. OSHRlNf Gerrymcnder Drive, Huntington, L.l., N.Y.: 1964, Music MISS RUTH ADELE OSSIASp 170 S1. Pauls Road, Hempstead, L.l. N.Y.y 1965, English MISS KAREN S. OSTRINJ 74-24 175th Sfreef, Flushing 66, N.Y., 1966, Speech Th. MR. ROBERT J. OTl'ERBECKp 172 North Hawthorne St., No. Massapequa, L.l., N.Y.y 1964, Bio. MISS BARBARA A. OTTOg 2570 Beltogh Avenue. Bellmore, L.l., N.Y.: 1966, Nursing MISS VIVIAN J. OTTOQ 6 Polly Lane, Glen Head, L.l., N.Y.y I967, Undec. MISS MEREDITH D. OWEN, 329 Lagoon Drive, Silver Bay Point, Toms River, New Jersey: 1966, ANTEP MR. PAUL JAMES OWENSp 406 Locust Ave., Oakdale, L.l., N.Y.: 1965, Math. MISS SYBII. J. OZARINQ l078 Cedar Lune, Woodmere, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Soc. MISS PHYLIJS PACELLAQ 153 Stewart Avenue, Garden City, New Yorkg 1966, Psych. MR. STEVEN H. PADNICKp 76-42 266'rl1 Sfreef, New Hyde Park, N.Y.: 1967, Psych. MISS JUDITH V. PADOLFQ 235 Dorchester Road, Garden City, N.Y.: l965, History MR. DAVID PAIGEQ 1443 Eos! 96th SI., Brooklyn, N.Y.: 1968, Bio. MR. VINCENT PAI.AZZOlOp 91 E. Riviera Dr., Lindenhurst, N.Y. Il757g 1967, Music MR. CARL E. PALERMOI 5 Warren Blvd,, Garden City, N.Y.: 1968, Mngt. MISS MARILYN PALEYp 335 Wlllefs Road, Roslyn Heights, L.l., N.Y.: Spec. MR. THOMAS PALOUKISQ 24-I4 23rd Street, Astoria, N.Y., 1967, Chem., Pre-Med. MR. EDWARD B. PANESy 74-Ol' 220Th Sfreei, Bayside 64, N.Y., I967, Moth. MISS ROSEMARIE PANTlNg 27 Fourth Streeh Garden City Pork, N.Y.: 1967, Spanish MR. JOSEPH PANVINIp 25-24 1215? Street, College Point 54, N.Y.: I967, Bio., Pre-Dent. M155 JEANINE M. PANZARELLM 33 Highland Blvd., Lynbrook, N.Y.: 1968, Nurs. MR. RAYMOND PAOLANTONIO7 755 Peconic Avenue, N. Babylon, N.Y. H7041 1967, Moth. MISS CHERYL A. PAOLUCClg 29 Silber Avenue, Bethpcge, L.l., N.Y.: 1967, 'B.A. Ed. MISS ADRIENNE PARATOREp 64-OI Broadway, Woodside, N.Y.: 1968, Pre-Law MR. YVE5 C. PARDOQ 4300 Western Ave., Westmount, Montreal, Canada: 1965, B.A. MR. IN KYUN PARK: W Dr. Choi, BF, 435 E. 791h Street, New York 17, New Yorkp 1968, Chem. MISS WHA JA PARK: Ap? 3-A, 601 Koppolk Street, New York 63, New Yorkg 1968, Art MISS RUTH A. PARKERg 62 Kensington Road, Garden City, L.l., N,Y.f 1966, ATEP MRS. SHARON L. PARKERp 224-I0 Jamaica Ave., Apt. 4.1, Queens Village, N.Y.g 1966, Speech MR. ARTHUR PARKS: 51 West Street, Hcverstrcw, New York, 1967, Undec. MISS ETHEL PARKS: 36-35 167 Street, Flushing 55, New York, 1966, Nursing. MISS SUSAN K. PARKS, B8 Brock Srreer, Garden City, L.l., N.Y.: 1966, Psy, Ed. MR. HENRY M. PASNIKg I8 Jayson Avenue, Great Neck, L.l., N.Y.: 1966, Undec. MR. NEIL PASTELJ 41 Franklin Ave., Lynbrook, L.l., N.Y.g 1965, Bio. MISS GAIL PASTERNACIQ 696 Carlyle Ave., Franklin Square, N.Y.: 1968, Bus. Ed. MR. SAMUEL PA5TERNACKy 264 East 86 SYree9, Brooklyn 36, N.Y.p l965, Bio., Pre-Med. MISS ELEANOR PATTERSON: 36 Brixton Road, Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Nursing MISS SUSAN PATTERSONQ 33 Fairview Sfreei, Hunringfon, N.Y.p 1966, Soc. MISS CAROL A. PAVERp 23 Garson Rd., Carle Place, N.Y.f 1968, EI. Ed. MISS PAMELA A. PAUL, 46 Executive Dr., No. New Hyde Pork, N.Y.p 1968, Nurs. MR. GLEN A. PEDERSONy I6 Bradish Lune, Buy Shore, N.Y,p 1965, B.A. MISS SUZANNE PEARSAlLp 8 Hazel Place, Lynbrook, L.l., N.Y.: 1966, Speech The. MISS BARI PEISERg 56-43 206th Street, Bayside 64, N.Y.f 1965, ANTEP MISS VERONICA PELAEZg M Mr. 8- Mrs. Posada, 417 Riverside Drive, New York, N.Y.f 1966, English MR. HERVE J. PENSECf 1721 Palmetto Street, Brooklyn 27, New York, 1966, French MISS MARYLYNNE PEPE: T Glendale Drive, Hunflngton Station, N.Y.: 1966, Psy. Ed, MR. JOSEPH PERGOLATTOp 26 Melrose St., East Horiford, Conn.g 1968, Bio. MR. DAVID PERlNCHlEFg 3520 73th Avenue, New Hyde Pork, New Yorkf 1966, Physics MISS LINDA PERKELL: 125 Elm Drive, Roslyn, L.I,, N.Y.: 1966, Soc. MR. HOWARD PERLIS: 1853 Stewart Avenue, New Hyde Pork, N.Y.: 1964, Psych. MISS ELLEN T. PERl.MUTTERp 1054 Reads Lune, For Rockaway 91, N.Y.g 1965, Art Ed. MR. CHARLES PERRETTIQ 53-51 199th Street, Fresh Meadows, 65, N.Y. MR. CHARLES I.. PERRlNy 449 76TH ST., Brooklyn, N.Y. H2095 1968, Chem. MISS CARMEL A. PERROTTI: 82 Wood ST., Hasbrouck Hgts., NJ.: 1968, Bio. MISS JOANN PERRY: 132 New Hyde Park Road, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Nursing MISS PATRICIA A. PERRY5 41 Ccrldon Lune, Hauppauge, N.Y.: 1968, ATEP MR. STEPHAN PERSOFFQ 3402 Knight Sfreef, Oceanside, L.l., N.Y.: 1965, B.A. Acc't. MISS MEREDITH A. PERSSON7 395 Forest Avenue, Massapequa, L.l., N.Y.: 1967, French MR. JOEL PESAPANEQ 104-42 Lefferrs Blvd., Richmond Hill 19, N.Y.f 1966, English MR. JAY F. PESKINy 448 Arlington Rd., Cedarhurst, N.Y. I1516f 1968, Undec. MR. EUGENE F. PETERS: 107 Noel Rd., Brood Channel, N,Y. 116931 1968, Ph. Ed. MR. HAROLD W. PETERS: 3652 Summer Drive, Wonfcgh, N.Y. 117945 1968, Bio. MR. LYLE H. PETERSg 84-28 258th Street, Floral Pork, N.Y.g 1968, Chem. MISS ELLEN L. PETERSON: 66 Western Hgwy., Tappan, N.Y.: 1968, Undec. MR. RUDOLPH W. PETERSENg 62-04 60th Place, Maspeth 78, N.Y.: 1968, Bus. MISS LUBA A. PETERSON, I5 Purkwold Drive W., Valley Stream, N.Y.p 1968, Undec. MISS SUZANNE C. PEI'ITp P.O. Box 1065, Sag Harbor, N.Y.p 1965, Chem, MR. ERIC R. PETRlEp 93 Smith Sfreef, Roosevelt, L.l., N.Y.: 1966, Bio., Pre-Dent. MISS LORRAINE PETRILLAQ 193 Parkway Court, Mineola, N.Y.: 1968, Spa. MISS SHERRY E. PHETERSON7 747 Kearny Drive, No. Woodmere, N.Y.: 1965, Psych. MR. ROBERT M. PHILLIPS5 3000 Bronx Park Easf, Bronx 67, N.Y.7 1968, App. Phys. MISS PETRA J. PHINNEYJ I2 Miller Blvd., Syosset, N.Y. H7911 1968, Spe. MR. PABLO PICK, Apurtcdo 3654, Caracas, Venezuela, 1965, Genl. Bus. MR. RICHARD PlCKETTp 27 Piftoni Drive, Commack, L.l., N.Y.: 1966, English MISS MARY G. PIEMONTEp 6 Lakeville Drive, New Hyde Park, N.Y. H0401 1968, EI. Ed. MR. ALFRED PIETROWSKlp 688 Adams Avenue, West Hempstead, N.Y.: 1967, Math. MISS AIJA PlLSUM5g H97 Pinehurst Road, Staunton, Virginicf 1967, Nursing MR. RICHARD PINNAVAlAg 15 Kipling Drive, A ,,,f, w- L Greenluwn, N.Y. H7403 1967, Acdg. MISS LANDY E. PINOp 50-41 l93rd SY., Flushing 65, N.Y. MR. FAUST PlNTOp B96 Franklin Ave., No Valley Stream, N.Y.p 1965, Music MISS KAREN ANN PlNTOp 43 Beverly Road, Merrick, L.l., N.Y.g 1966, Undec. MR. RICHARD D. PIRNERQ 89 Adams Street, Garden City, L.l., N.Y.p 1966, English MR. PAUL S. PlTCOFFg 56 Charles Street, New York, 14, New York, 1965, Undec. MR. VINCENT DANIEL PIAZZAp 142 East Melrose Street, Valley Stream, New York, 1967, Econ. MR. ANTHONY J. PLONSKIg 61 Myers Ave., Hicksvllle, N,Y. 118017 1965, Bio. MR. ROBERT L. PLAUTg 35 Burtis Avenue, Rockville Centre, L.l., N.Y.: 1966, B.A. Mldg. MR. SIMON M. PLAUTJ 209 Harrison Avenue, Franklin Square, L.l., N.Y.: 1965, Psych. MISS BARBARA R. PLOSSg 4 South Circle Drive, Great Neck Estates, N.Y.p 1966, Psych. MR. ARTHUR PODWALL5 54 Southwood Circle, Syosset, N.Y.f 1965, Psych. MISS EILEEN J. POGREBINSKYp 6 Melony Avenue, Plainview, L.l., N.Y.g 1965, Pre-Med., Blo. MR. ROLAND POLITIp 148-45 Huxley Street, Rosedale, N.Y.: 1966, Chem. MISS CHARLENE E. FOLK: 924 Kings COUH, Franklin Square, NAY. 11010, 1965, Mus. Er. MR. JEFFREY I.. POLLAK7 583 Woodmere Blvd., Woodmere, N.Y.f 1968, Undec. MISS JUDITH POLLACKy 1276 Surrey Lone, Rockville Centre, N.Y.g 1965, Math. MR. NEIL POLLACKy 77 Village Drive, Jericho, L.l., N.Y.: 1967, Bio., Pre-Med. MISS PENELOPE POLLARD5 141 Shoreham Rd., Massapequa, N.Y.p 1967, Bic. MISS GRACE A. POLLETT7 Il Whitehall Blvd., Garden City, N.Y.: 1966, Art Ed. MISS ALISON M. POLLOCK5 386 Garden Blvd., Garden Clty, N.Y.g 1968, Phil. MR. MICHAEL POLLOCKg 64-14 228th Sfreei, Bayside 64, N.Y.: 1964, Govt. MISS ROSEMARY POLSKYg H5 Greenbelt Lone, 281 Levittown, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. ALEJANDRO PONCEg 95 Hewlett Street Hempstead, L.l., N.Y.: 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, No. Bellmore, N.Y.: 1967, Acct. MRS. BARBARA S. PORTER, 22 Birchwood Drive, New Hyde Park, N.Y.f 1967, Nurs. MISS CAROL A. PORTNEY5 219 Crocus Ave., Floral Pork, N.Y. 11001, 1967, Arf MR. EDWARD K. PORTNOFQ 21 Greenway Road, Lido, Long Beach, L.l., N.Y.: 1966, Hisf., Pre-Law MISS ELENA PORTOLESJ 24 Guilford Road, Por? Washington, N.Y.: 1966, Span. MISS ANN L. POSNERg-I6 Moytime Drive, Jericho, L.l., N.Y.g 1965, Speech MR. JOEL P. POSNERp I7 Firethorne Lone, Valley Sfrenm, N.Y.g 1965, Hisi. MISS CANDIA S. POST, 114 Lee Road, Garden City, L.l., N '..p 1966, History MR. JAMES C. POSTHAUER5 20 Locust Lane, Syossef, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Acct. MISS SYDELLE POSTMANp 354 Brixton Rd., Garden City So., N.Y.p 1967, Undec. MR. BRIAN T. POWERS: 23 Roslyn Road, Mineola, New York MISS DOROTHEA PRELLERp 31 Gordon Road, Valley Stream, N.Y.: 1968, El. Ed. MISS MONA J. PREMINGER1 373 Kilburn Rd., Garden City, N.Y,g 1967, Soc. MR. MICHAEL M. PREMlSLERg T38-O2 New Pcrf Ave., Belle Harbor 94, N.Y.y 1967, Bio. MR. JACK A. PREUSSp I9 Wellesley Road, Rockville Centre, N.Y.: 1966, Govt., Pre-Low MR. CHARLES A. PRICE IV: 49 Brixton Rd. SO., W. Hempstead, N.Y.7 1967, Mkig. MISS LYNNE PRICE, 257 Dorchester Road, Garden City So., N.Y.: 1967, Psych. MISS JOANNA PRIEST, 171 Winthrop Ave., Westbury, N.Y.: 1967 MR. RICHARD PRIMOSCHQ 44 Bellerose Avenue, East Northport, L.l., N.Y.p 1966, Speech MISS JOAN PRlNCEg 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. PUCAg 57 Willow St., Garden City, L.l., N.Y.p 1967, English MISS KATHI JEAN PURINTONQ 129 Wellington Road Garden City, L.l., N.Y.y 1965, Bio. MR. JOSEPH L. QUELLMANp 52 Malone Avenue, Long Beach, L.l., N.Y.: 1966, Bio. MR. PAUL S. QUENTZELQ 1494 East 9th Streef, Brooklyn 30, N.Y.f 1967, Bio., Pre-Med. MR. ANTHONY QUITONIQ 297 Brompton Road, Garden City Sc., N.Y.: 1966, Phys. Ed. MR. JEFFREY I. RABINp 295 Prince Ave., Freepori, N.Y., 1965, Govt. MR. MARK DAVID RABINg 295 Prince Avenue, Freeport, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Chem. MISS MARILYN C. RABINOWITZ: 945 Beth Lune, Woodmere, L.l., N.Y. MRS. JUANITA RACHELLEp 379 South Kilburn Rd., Garden City, L.l., N.Y.y 1967, English MISS BARBARA E. RACHMANg 1056 Collidge Road Elizabeth, New Jerseyp l968, Soc. MISS ELAINE RACHMANp 1056 Coolidge Road, Elizabeih, N.J.p 1965, Bio. MR. ASGHAR RADJAIg 7 Roxbury Road, So. Garden cafy, N.Y.: I967, Art MISS DOROTHY J. RAICZYKQ 6122 Grant Avenue, Pennsuuken 5, N.J.p 1966, ATEP MISS ANDREA RAIFMAN7 1160 East 21st Sf., Brooklyn IO, N.Y,, 1966, Educ. MISS KATHLEEN M. RAMPEg Cope Road, Elfenville, N.Y.: 1967, History, PreLcw MR. RICHARD S. RANDALL, 34 Center Drive, Syosset, L.l., N.Y:p 1966, Undec. MR. GEORGE R. RANIOLO1 1716 White Sireef, North Bellmore, N.Y.: 1966, Biology, Pre-Med. MR. HARVEY RANKIN, 253 Stuart Drive, New Rochelle, New York: 1966, Psych. MISS DEBORAH RANKINQ 354 Brixton Rd., Garden City, L.l., N.Y.: 1964, Psych. MISS JUDITH S. RAPHAELg 183 Vassar Streef, Rochester 7, N.Y.p 1967, Dance MISS RHONA RAPHAELy 40 Schenck Avenue, Great Neck, L.l., N.Y.: 1966, English MR. WILLIAM R. RAPP5 74 Craxbclpple Road, Mcmhasset, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Psych. MR. KENNETH RAPPAPORTg 515 LaFayette Blvd. Long Beach, N.Y.: 1966, Hisf. MR. ARTHUR RAPTOUIJ57 B5-O9 25th Avenue, Jackson Heights 69, N.Y.: X965, Bio. MR. STEPHAN G. RAPTOULlSi 25-04 86th ST. Jackson Hgfs, 69, N.Y.f 1968, Undec. MR. LONNIE S. RATTNERp 1833 East 31 Street, Brooklyn 34, N.Y.: 1966, History MISS ANN RASCOFF, 24 Ridge Drive West, Great Neck, N.Y., 1967, Med. Tech. MR. LAWRENCE RASKIN, 184-O9 69th Ave., Flushing 65, N.Y., 1967, Acctg. MISS DIANE B. RASMUSSON, 496 Decatur Avenue, Peekskill, New York, 1966, B.A. MISS LINDA RAUCH, 299 Kilburn Rd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1968, Undec. MR. ROY RAUCHJ B4-68 252 Street, Bellerose 26, N.Y., 1968, Bio. MR. JOSEPH L. RAVIZZA, 4 Sulgrave Rd., West Hartford, Conn., 1967, Eng. MRS. SYLVIA F. RAWLINS, 100-37 197th Street, Hollis 23, N.Y., 1966, D.M.H. MR. EUGENE A. RAZZETTI, Red Ground Rd., Old Westbury, N.Y., B.A. MR. CAREY J. REALBUTO, 32 Briarwood Lane, Plainview, L.1., N.Y., 1966, Biology MR. ROGER M. RECHLER, 542 East Shore Road, Great Neck, N.Y., 1966, Govt. MR. KENNETH G. REESE, 184 Jacob St., Elmont, N.Y., 1968, Ph. Ed. 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 BEVERLY J. REEVES, 118-39 201st St., St. Albans 12, N.Y., 1968, Nurs. MR. RICHARD L. REICHERTER, 20 Chestnut SI., Garden City, N.Y. MR. STEPHEN REID, 193-18 120 Avenue, St. Albans 12, N.Y., 1965, History MISS MARY B. REIDY, 713 Diellen Lane, Elmont, N.Y., 1968, Nurs. MR. WILLIAM REILLY V, 190 Burns Street, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1968, Phil. MISS BARBARA S. REINGOLD, 261 Dorchester Rd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1968 Undec. 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. MR. STEVEN REISS, 2230 Meroke Place, Bellmore, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MISS MICHELE REIZES, Crescent Beach Road, Glen Cove, N.Y., 1966, ATEP MISS ANDREA REKDAL, 46 Shirley Court, Commack, N.Y., 1967, ATEP MISS RANDY REUBEN, 34 Alden Ave., New Haven, Conn. 06515, 1968, Nurs. MISS ELLEN P. REUSS, 197-14 Carpenter Ave., Hollis, N.Y., 1966, Hist. MISS DOROTHY ROSE REVIS, 250 Hawthorne St., Brooklyn, N.Y., 1964, Nursing MISS KATHLEEN A. RHATIGAN, 1 I2 Argyle Rd., Stewart Manor, N.Y., 1968, Ph. Ed. MR. FRANKLYN E. RHINEHART, 75 Argyle Road, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1967, B.A. Mkgt. MR. VINCENT A. RICCI, 2 Brookwood Dr., Massapequa Park, N.Y., 1968, Bio. MR. RALPH RICCIARDI, 1232 Choctaw Place, New York 61, New York, 1967, Bio., Pre-Med. MR. ROBERT L. RICKEN, 360 East 72nd St., New York 21, N.Y., 1964, Govt. MISS ELAINE RICHARDS, 17 Amherst Drive, Massapequa, L.l., N.Y., 1966, ANTEP MISS MAJORIE RICHARDSON, I Bergholz Drive, New Rochelle, N.Y., 1965, History MR. JEFFREY RICHTER, 854 Warren Street, Albany 8, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MISS CANDACE M. RIEGER, 12 First Street, Garden city, N.Y., 1968, ATEP MISS JEANETTE R. RIEGLER, 467 Valley St., Maplewood, N.J., 1968, Eng. MR. KENNETH RIJOCK, 36 Derfuss Lane, Blauvelt, N.Y., l"IlS1. MISS SUSAN R. RISKIN, 432 Garden Blvd., Garden City, N.Y., 1966, Psych. MR. JOSEPH V. RIZZO, 24 Avalon Road, Hewlett, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Acct. MR. MARVIN ROBBINS, 30 Clinton Pl., New Rochelle, N.Y., 1968, Hist. MR. GORDON ROBBINS, 88-35 164th Street, Jamaica 32, N.Y., 1966, Art MISS JUANITA L. ROBERTS, 61-25 97th St., Apt. IOF Rego Park, N.Y., 1967, Nursing MR. HARRY ROBERTS, 225 First Street, Mineola, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Pers. Mgt. MR. DONALD ROBERTSON, 40 Deer Lane, Wantogh, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Pers. Mng. MR. JAMES ROBERTSON, 152 Sidney Street, Oyster Bay, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Art MR. ALLEN T. ROBINSON, 132 West Graham Ave., Hempstead, N.Y., 1966, Psych. MISS EVELYN L. ROBINSON, 266 Rintin St., Franklin Square, N.Y., 1968, Ph. Ed. MISS NINA L. ROBINSON, 15 Edgewood Terrace, Millburn, N.J., 1967, Undec. MR. LAWRENCE A. ROEDL, JR., 86-18 249th Street, Bellerose, N.Y. 11426, 1968, B.A. MISS JEAN H. ROGERS, 2107 Renfrew Ave., Elmont, N.Y. 11003, 1968, Nurs. MR. FRANC R. ROGGERI, 73 Myrtle Boulevard, Larchmant, N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med. MISS VIRGINIA A. ROGNER, 23 Denton Ave., East Rockaway, N.Y., 1968, Math. MR. EDWARD P. ROMAINE, 64 Penbraok Drive, Mineola, N.Y., 1968, Hist. MR. JAMES S. ROMAN, 144-52 77 Avenue, Flushing 67, N.Y., 1966, Pre-Med. MR. GUSTAVE ROMANO, 415 Colfax Lane, Pompton Lakes, New Jersey, 1968, Chem. MR. ROBERT ROMANO, 54 Executive Drive, Na. New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1966, B.A. Ind. M. MISS PATRICIA E. ROMANOFSKY, 2039 Lindgren Street, Merrick, N.Y. 11566, 1968, Undec. N.Y., 1967 MR. ALAN ROOT, 192-14 48th Avenue, Flushing 65, N.Y., 1967 MR. JOSEPH B. ROSE, 15 Birchwood Drive W., Valley Stream, N.Y., 1966, Ind, Mgt. MR. ROBERT ROSE, JR., 9 Ash Street, Garden City, N.Y., Spec., Undec. MR. ARNOLD GENE ROSEN, 78 Belcher Avenue, Brocton, Massachusetts, 1968, Bio. MR. STEPHEN L. ROSEN, 833 Central Ave., Far Rockaway, N.Y., 1964, History MISS BONNY L. ROSENBAUM, 50-30 230th St., Bayside 64, N.Y., 1968, Spa. MISS CAROL ANN ROSENBERG, 41 Brixton Road, Garden City, N.Y., 1966, Undec. 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 DEBORAH ROSENBLOOM, 373 So. Kilburn Rd., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Psycg. MISS SHERRY ROSENBLUM, 69-39 Yellowstone Blvd., Forest Hills 75, New York, 1964, Soc. Wk. MR. DANIEL H. ROSENFELD, 103 Barberry Lane, Roslyn Hgts., N.Y. 11577, 1966, Mktg. MISS JUDITH ROSENKRANZ, 15 Kensington Road, Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Nursing MR. HOWARD D. ROSENSTEIN, 2714 Wallace Ave., Bronx 67, N.Y., 1966, Govt. MISS JUDITH ROSENTHAL, 107-19 70th Avenue, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1966, ANTEP MR. LOREN E. ROSENTHAL, 59 Orange Drive, Jericho, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Pre-Med. MISS SANDRA ROSENTHAL, 36 Sturgis St., Woburn, Mass., 1968, Undec. MISS SUSAN ROSENTHAL, 64-35 Yellowstone Blvd., Forest Hills 75, New York, 1965, 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. JAMES ROSS, 29 Roosevelt Ave., Freeport, N.Y., 1967, Psych. MR. LAWRENCE J. ROSSETTI, 834 Henry St., Uniondale, N.Y., 1968, Acctg. MR. GILBERT L. ROTCHFORD, 100 W. Shore Drive, Massapequa, N.Y., 1966, B.A. Mgt. MISS FLORENCE ROTH, 29 Girard Street, Brooklyn 35, New York, 1968, Psych. MISS JANE H. ROTH, 58 Grace Ave., Great Neck, N.Y., 1967, Psych. MR. MARTIN P. ROTH, 679 Sixth Place, Garden City So., N.Y., 1966, Psych. MISS SANDRA H. ROTH, B White Birch Drive, RFD ffl, Huntington, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Psych., Pre-Med. MISS ROCHELLE ROTHENBERGi 14 Brookfield Rd., Hewlett, N.Y., 1967, Eng. MISS SUSAN ROTHENBERG, 9 Norton Drive, Roosevelt, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Dance MISS LYNN R. ROTHFELD, 513 Queen Street, Westbury, L.l., 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. MISS MARY ROUMEL, 117 Prospect Street, Midland Park, New Jersey, 1968, French MR. PAUL ROVEGNA, 734 Henry Street, Uniondale, L.l., N.Y., 1965, B.A. Mktg. MISS STEPHANIE P. ROWLAND, 3449 Carrolton Ave., Wantagh, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Nursing MISS ANNE ROWLEY, White Oak Tree Rd., Syosset, N.Y., 1967, Phys. Ed. MISS JANE E. RUBIN, 83-25 258th Street, Floral Park, N.Y., 1966, Psych. 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. RICHARD RUBIN, 4211 Avenue K, Brooklyn 10, N.Y., 1965, Psych. MR. ROBERT M. RUBIN, 60-24 Little Neck Parkway, 282 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, 'Bayside 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. GUNDARS RUDZITIS, 62 Sounclview Street, New Rochelle, New York, 1965, Chem. MR. ROCCO T. RUGGERI, 888 N. Central Ave., N. Massapequa, N.Y., 1968, Acctg. MR. AMIR L. RUSCIO, 300 Riverside Drive M Hemo, New York, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS JOY RUSS, 122 Chester Ave., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Sp. 81 Hr. MR. NICHOLAS RUSSIYAN, 110 Sea Clitt Avenue, Glen Cove, N.Y., 1964, Speech MR. DANIEL J. RUSSO, 146 Sussex Drive, Manhasset, N.Y., 1965, Govt. MR. FRANK A. RUSSO, 1081 Admont Avenue, Franklin Square, N.Y., 1966, Phys. Ed. MISS LORRAINE RUSSO, 2490 Navy Place, Bellmore N.Y., 1968, Math. MISS SHIRLEY A. RUST, 156 Wayne Ave., Sultern, N.Y., 1968, El. Ed. MISS GALE RUSTEN, 111 Beverly Rd., Overbrook Hills, Pa.: 1968, Nurs. MISS ADRIANNE RUTENBERG, 44 Wilbur Lane, Roosevelt, N.Y., 1968, Sp. 8. Hr. MISS DIANE C. RYAN, 58-23 185th St., Flushing, N.Y. 11365, 1966, Art Hist. MR. DONALD RYAN, 30 Terrace Avenue, Hempstead, L.1., 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 KATHLEEN ANN RYAN, 70-04 165th Street, Flushing 65, New York, 1968, Educ. MR KENNETH L. RYBACK, Box 45 MacArthur Blvd., Hauppauge, L.l., N.Y., 1965, English MISS EILEEN RYDER, 56 Dertuss Lane, Blauvelt, New York, 1967, History, Pre-Law MR. RICHARD D. RYDER, 126 Cardinal Rd., Levittown, N.Y., 1968, Bio. MR. ISRAEL Z. RZEZNIK, 103 Davis St., New Haven, Conn. MR. FRANK SABATINO, 59-29 163rd St., Flushing, N.Y., 1967, App. Phys. MISS GAY SACHS, 30 Daniel Drive, Glen Cove, N. N.Y. 11542, 1967, Psych. MISS LESLIE F. SACHS, 106 11th Street, Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Sp. 8- Dr. 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. MISS ANN SADLER, 40 Brixton Rd., Garden City, N.Y., 1965, Educ. MR. STEVEN J. SAFFER, 54 Buffalo St., Elmont, N.Y. 11003, 1968, Mngt. MR. SAMIR SAFWAT, Stiarnvagen 25, Lidingo, Sweden, 1964, Music MISS BARBARA A. SAHLIN, 4 Oriole Way, Westbury, N.Y., 1967, Psych. MISS PHYLLIS SAILOR, 28 Shelter Lane, Levittown, N.Y. 11756, 1968, Psych. MISS MARJORIE SAKS, 41 Brixton Rd., Garden City, N.Y., 1966, Art MISS MARGUERITE L. SALDINO, 275 Revere Rd., Roslyn Heights, N.Y., 1966, Eng. 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. MR. MICHAEL SALIT, 210 Rugby Rd., Brooklyn 26, N.Y., 1965, Pre-Med. 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 MR. R. STEPHEN SALVATI, 69 Woodland Dr., Framingham, Mass., 1968, Undec. MR. MARC R. SALZBERG, 1011 Moss Place, Lawrence, New York, 1967, Bio. MISS KAREN SAMPSON, 2105 Chickering Lane, Nashville, Tenn., 1968, Math. MR. BURKE J. SAMSON, 116 Caroline Ave., Franklin Square, N.Y., 1965, Mgt. B.A. MR. DAVID SANDS, 15 Sheridan Square, New York, N.Y., 1968 MR. RICHARD SANDS, 566 Grove Place, Oceanside, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Bio. MR. PETER SANDSTROM: 148-15 B7Ih Avenue, Jamaica 35, N.Y., 1966, Pers. Mang. MISS JOSEPHINE SanFILIFPO, 8003 Harbor Vien Terrace, Brooklyn 9, N.Y., 1965, Nursing 1 l MR. FRANK J. SAN MARCO, JR., 109 West Lake Drivo, Valhalla, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS BARBARA M. SANT'ANGELO, 629 South 12th St., New Hyde Park, N.Y. 11040, 1966, Psych. MR. CHARLES SANTARSIERO, 25 Linden Rd., Valley Stream, N.Y., 1967, Phys. Ed. MR. MICHAEL SAPERSTEIN, 610 Lakeview Avenue, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1967, History MR. PEREZ SARAGA, 88-30 51st Ave., Elmhurst 73, N.Y., 1966, Bus. MR. YVES SARANGA, 40 West 84th Street, New York, New York, 1968, Arch. MISS CAROL J. SARASOHN, 5 Arthur Drive, East Rockaway, N.Y., 1965, Undec. MR. JERRY SARDELLI, 19 Mound Street, Lindenhurst, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS JOANNE M. SARDONE, 261-07 Hillside Ave., Floral Park, N.Y., 1968, Math. MR. WILLIAM SARNA, 27 Oakdale Avenue, Bethpage, L.l., N.Y., 1966, History MISS JOAN L. SARTORI, 43 Ruby St., Elmont, N.Y. 11003, 1968, Eng-Dr MISS ROSEMARY SASSO, 25 Colonial Ave., Mineola, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Antep MR. DANIEL L. SATER, 171 Kensington Rd. So., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Phil. MISS MARILYN SAUERS, 150 William Street, N. Merrick, N.Y., 1964, El. Educ. MISS CYNTHIA C. SAUNDERS, 148 Ellington Rd. East Hartford, Conn., 1968, Mus. Ed. MISS PATRICIA S. SAUNDERS, 25 West 81st Street, New York 24, N.Y., 1965, Psych. MISS SUZANNE H. SAUNDERS, 788 Woodland Avenue, Oradell, New Jersey 07649, 1968, Nurs. MR. BRUCE A. SAVID, 286 Dorchester Rd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1968, Undec. MISS MARIA E. SAVOCHKA, 225 Whitehall Rd. S., Garden City South, N.Y., 1967, Nursing MR. JAMES SAWYER, 138 Harding Avenue, Long Beach, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med. MR. RONALD SAXON, 93 Mineola Blvd., Mineola, New York, 1965, Chem. MISS VICTORIA SBAR, 669 Knollwood Drive, West Hempstead, N.Y. 11552, 1967, Undec. MISS SUSAN J. SCHACH, 514 Brinley Ave., Bradley Beach, N.J. 07720, 1968, Spa. MR. WARREN SCHAEFER, 1131 Baldwin Drive, No. Massapequa, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS SUSAN SCHAEFFER, 1340 Boxwood Dr., Hewlett Harbor, N.Y., 1967, Eng. MISS SUZANNE SCHAMES: 138-20 31st Road. Flushing 54, N.Y., 1967, Bla. MR. DAVID T. SCHARF, 507 State Street, Long Beach, N.Y., 1967, History MR. STUART SCHATZ, 16 Leamington Street, Long Beach. N.Y., 1966, Mktg. MISS NANCY 5. SCHECHNER, 341 Kensington Ave., Garden City So., N.Y., 1967, Med. Tech. MR. RONALD W. SCHEFF, I9 Cromer Road, Elmont, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Psych. MISS SUSAN J. SCHEP5, 90-29 181 Street, Jamaica 23, New York, 1965, Antep MR. ROBERT A. SCHEUER, 15 William Penn Road. Great Neck, N.Y., 1966, Psych. MR. ROBERT D. SCHIAVELLI, 606 Rose Boulevard, Baldwin, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Eng. MISS AUDREY SCHIFFMAN, 746 Allwyn Street, Baldwin, L.l., N.Y., 1967, English MISS SUSAN M. SCHIFFMAN, 'Xv Mrs. Goldin, 373 S. Kilburn Road, Garden City, N.Y., 1967, German MISS PATRICIA SCHILLER, 1902 Avenue L, Brooklyn 30, N.Y., 1965, Soc. MR. RANDOLPH SCHIMMEI.: 573 Magnolia Boulevard, Long Beach, N.Y., 1968, B.A. MR. MARK S. SCHISSLER, 211-21B 73rd Ave., Bayside, N.Y. 11364, 1968, Acctg. MISS SUSANN SCHLEGEL, 90 Hudson Avenue, Roosevelt, L.I., N.Y., 1964, Phys. Ed. MR. JAY OWEN SCHLOSSBERG, 2260 Benson Avenue, Brooklyn 14, New York, 1968, Bla. MISS DENISE SCHMID, 29 Norman Ave., Amityville, N.Y., 1968, Blo. MISS DIANE C. SCHMIDT, 59 Colonial Drive, Huntington, L.I., N.Y., 1966, ANTEP MISS HELEN I. SCHMIDT, 148 Vestal Road, Vestal, New York 13850, 1968, Undec. MISS JOANN SCHMIDT, 228 Dow Avenue, Mineola, N.Y., 1968, Hist. MR. HOWARD IRWWIN SCHNALL, 279 Moore Avenue, Freeport, New York, 1965, Hist. MR. LAWRENCE G. SCHNEIDER, 105 Hanson Lane, New Rochelle, New York, 1966, Biology MRS. LUCILLE M. SCHNEIDER, 66-10 Thornton Place, Forest Hills, N.Y., 1966, Speech MISS MARILYN K. SCHNEIDER, 33 Nassau Blvd., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Dance MISS SUSAN SCHNEIDER, 1 I2-20 72nd Drive, Forest Hllls 75, N.Y., 1966, Speech. MISS LYNNE S. SCHNEUR, 99 Ramona Court, New Rochelle, New York, 1966, Undec. MISS CATHERINE SCHNURR, 156 Connecticut Ave., Massapequa, L.I., N.Y., 1963, Nursing MISS CAROL M. SCHOELL, 56-34 186th St., Flushing, N.Y., 1968, Soc. MR. RICHARD L. SCHOELLHORN, R.D. ffl Crank Rd., Wallkill, N.Y. 12339, 1968, Psych. MR. EDWARD G. SCHOEPS, 9 Searing Street, Hempstead, L.1., N.Y., 1966, B.A. MR. RONALD W. SCHOEPS, 71-38 72nd Pl., Glendale, N.Y. 11227, 1968, Arch. MRS. MARTHA H. SCHOFIELD, 6 Heath Place, Garden City, N.Y., 1966, English MISS JUDITH SCHOLL, 27 Allen Street, Hempstead, L.l., 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 MISS CAROLINE G. SCHOONOVERI 479 Lido Blvd., Long Beach, N.Y., 1966, French MR. HOWARD SCHUCHMAN, 5566 Whitty Lane, Brooklyn 3, N.Y., Undec. MISS JUDITH M. SCHULMAN, 1975 Brook Park Dr., Merrick, N.Y. 11566, 1967, ATEP 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, Waodmere, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Phys. Ed. MR. CRAIG SCHWAB, 1409 Lake Shore Drive, Massapequa Park, N.Y., 1966, English MISS HARRIET SCHWAB, 41 Elizabeth St., Oradell, N.J., wee, Psych. MR. ROBERT A. SCHWALB, 96 Nottingham Road, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1965, Phys. Ed. MISS EVELYN SCHWAM, 457 Beach 67th Street, Arverne 92, N.Y., 1967, Art MR. CARL SCHWARTZ, 438 Oak Avenue, CedarHurst, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MISS CAROL SCHWARTZ, 76450 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, 257 N. Newbridge Rd., Levittown, N.Y., 1967, French MISS FRANCES G. SCHWARTZ, 432 Garden Blvd., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Nurs. MISS IRIS SCHWARTZ, 47 Andrew St., Manhosset, N.Y., 1968, Spa. MR. JERRY D. SCHWARTZ, 880 Fitth Avenue, New York, New York, 1968, Bus. MR. JOHN SCHWARTZ, 176-33 Kildare Road, Jamaica 32, New York, 1966, History MR. MICHAEL S. SCHWARTZ: 1901 N. Jerusalem Rd., East Meadow, N.Y., 1968, B.A. MR. NEVIL SCHWARTZ, 636 Hanover Pl., Mt. Vernon, N.Y. 10552, 1968, Drama MR. RICHARD M. SCHWARTZ, 67 Elm Tree Lane, Jericho, N.Y. 11753, 1968, Moth MR. STEVEN ALAN SCHWARTZ, 741 Bunker Road, Woodmere, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Psych. MR. HOWARD SCHWARTZBERG, 139-O7 232 Street. Laurelton 13, N.Y., 1963, Soc. Sci. MR. ANDREW SCHWARZ, 200-26 39th Avenue. Bayside, New York, 1968, Undec. MISS JEANETTE SCHWARZ, 83 Highwood Terrace, Weehawken, New Jersey, 1966, Psych. MR. ROBERT A. SCHWARZ, 73 Croft Terrace, New Rochelle, N.Y., 1966, B.A. MR. DENNIS I.. SCHWEBER, 12 Blue Sea Lone, Great Neck, N.Y., 1968, Bio. MISS PATRICIA SCHWEERS, 5 Colony Circle, Camillus, N.Y., 1968, Bio. MISS SUSAN P. SCIURBA, 578 Linden Street, West Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Nursing MISS HELEN D. SCOTT, 84-19 IO1st St., Richmond Hill 18, N.Y., 1968, Hist. MISS FRANCES SCUDERIf 33-27 85th Street. Jackson Heights, New York, 1966, Psych. MISS ROSALIE SCUDERI, 204 Rocklyn Avenue, Lynbrook, L.I., N.Y., 1966, History MR. DENNIS H. SEAMON, 50 Stratford Road, Plainview, N.Y., Soc. MISS FRANCES T. SECHKO, 4 Queen Street, Hicksville, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Biology MISS PATRICIA M. SEDUTTO, 196 Kensington Rd. So., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Nurs. MR. AMIEL SEGAL, 1752 Park Drive, Seaford, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Psych. MR. JEFFREY T. SEIDE, Glen Cove Road. Upper Brookville R.F.D., Oyster Bay, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Psych. MISS PATRICIA H. SEIDEL, 255 Southwood Circle, Syosset, N.Y., 1968, ATEP MR. MICHAEL K. SEIDENSTEIN, 49 Brixton Road So.. West Hempstead, N.Y., '1966, Bio. MR. BURTON N. SEITIER, 63-50 Wetherole St., Rego Park 74, N.Y., 1965, Psych. MISS SUZANNE SEITZ, 49 Rutland Rd., Hempstead, N.Y., 1966, Sec. Sci. MISS STEPHANIE A. SEKRETA, 138 Main Parkway, 283 Plainview, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Biology MISS PHYLLIS SELIGMAN, 85 Virginia Ave., Long Beach, N.Y., 1966, Soc. MRS. JOAN L. SELMAN, 42-55 Colden Street, Apt. IOH, Flushing, N.Y., 1966 History MISS NANCY 5. SELTZER, 449 Garden Boulevard, Garden City So., N.Y., 1967, Music MR. MICHAEL SENFT, 2980 Briggs Avenue, Bronx, New York 10458, 1968, Psych. MRS. EDITH L. SENNET, 11 Merivale Road, Great Neck, L.l., N.Y.: 1965, Phil. MR. PAUL V. SEQUEIRA, P.O. BOX 2584, Nairobi. Kenya, 1967, Bio. MR. BRUCE SERKIN, 3876 Berger Avenue, Bethpage, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS LINDA A. SERGEANT, 8917 78th St., Woodhaven, N.Y. 11421, 1968, El, Ed. MR. HENRY THOMAS SESSA, 35 Moore Drive, Bethpage, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Phys. Ed. MISS ELLEN M. SESSKIN, 71 Merritt Ave., Massapequa, L.1., N.Y., 1967, Med. Tech. MR. SANDER B. SHADOFF, 90 Robertson Road, Lynbrook, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Spanish MR. JEFFREY N. SHAFFER, 114-83 228 Street, Cambria Hgts., N.Y., 1968, Bio. MISS JILL E. SHAFMAN, 230 Whitehall Rd., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Undec. MR. EUGENE C. SHAFTER, 67 Nassau Blvd., West Hempstead, N.Y., 1966, Phys. Ed. MR. TSOLTIM NGIMA SHAKABPA, 7-s Mr. T. Shakabpa Bureau 66, His Holiness The Dalai Lama E-15, West Nizamuddin, New Delhi, India, 1966, B.A. MISS SANDRA LEE SHANGOLD, 8 Allison Drive, Bethpage, New York, 1967, Art MISS CAROL T. SHANOWITZ, 48 Middle Camp Rd., Westbury, N.Y. 11590, 1968, Undec. MISS ANN M. SHAPIRO: 4332 Kissena Blvd., Carlyle Towers, Flushing 55, 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.I., N.Y., 1966, Span. MR. STEVEN I.. SHAPIRO, 150-02 88th Ave., Jamaica 32, N.Y., 1965, English MISS SUSAN F. SHAPIRO, 284 Whitehall Rd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1968, ATEP MR. RALPH M. SHAPOT, 728 McCarthys Lane, Jericho, N.Y., 1968, Bio. MR. JAMES M. SHAUGHNESSY, 49 First Avenue, East Rockaway, N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med. MISS KAREN A. SHAUGHNESSY, 93 Stuyvesant Ave., Merrick, N.Y. 11566, 1968, Nurs. MISS VIRGINIA SHAVER, 210 East Front Street, Florence, N.J., 1967, French MISS MARY SHAW, 1631 Jasmine Ave., New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1968, Nurs. MR. PAUL SHEA, 104 Front Street, Mineola, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Psy. Ed. MISS MARILYN SHECHTER, 186 Forest Dr., Jericho, NZY., 1968, ATEP MISS RONNA C. SHEFF, 50 Wendell Road, Newton 59, Mass., 1967, ATEP MISS VICTORIA SHEH, 297 Washington Street, Hempstead, L.I,, N.Y., 1966, French MR. THOMAS P. SHELBY, 30-11 Parsons Blvd., Flushing, N.Y., 1968, B.A. MISS HARRIET SHELDON, 642 Walnut Street, Lang Beach, New York, 1967, Soc. MISS RITA J. SHELTON, 3731 Eagle Street, Houston 4, Texas, 1966, Phil. MISS CAROL SHERMAN, 28 Radstock Ave., Valley Stream, N.Y. 11580, 1968, Undec. MR. KENNETH SHERMAN, 2665 Homecrest Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y., 1966, Pre-Med. MR. STEPHEN SHERMAN, 475 F.D.R. Drive, New York 2, N.Y., 1966, Govt. MR. RICHARD V. SHESKIER: 96 Williamson Street, East Rockaway, L.l., N.Y., 1966, English MISS GAIL B. SHIELDS, 25 Crocker Street, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS BEVERLY SHINDLER, 761 Barkley Avenue, East Meadow, N.Y., 1967, English MR. ALAN H. SHIRK, 1188 Grand Concourse, Bronx 56, N.Y., 1967, Ex. Mngt. MISS DAISY SHIU, 628 Ardsley Blvd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1967, Art MR. KARMOU SHIU, IA Robinson Rd. 2nd Floor, Hong Kong, China 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 CHERYL I.. SHORE, 257 Dorchester Rd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1968, Undec. MISS ARLENE SHORR, 18 Millers Lane, Kingston, New York 12402, 1968, Undec. MISS RUTH M. SHORT, Box 1000, Princeton, N.J., 1965, Psych. MR. HOWARD SHOTTENFELD: 85-77 Chevy Chase St., Jamaica 32, N.Y., 1967, Hist. MR. DONALD W. SHOVE, 220 Lake Ave., Deer Park, N.Y., 1967, Psych. MISS MARSHA A. SHULMAN, 40 'Burton Avenue, Plainview, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Speech MISS NANCY M. SHUPACK, 506 Ardsley Blvd., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Educ. MISS MICHELLE SHURGIN, 2 Canton Dr., No. Merrick, N.Y. 11566, 1967, ATEP MISS DORIS SIEBEL, 91-30 211 Place, Queens Village, N.Y., 1965, Soc. MR. ALEXANDER M. SIEGEL, 214 Shore Blvd., Brooklyn 35, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS BARBARA SIEGEL, 112 Oakdale Road, Newton Highlands, Mass., 1968, Psych. MR. BARRY S. SIEGEL, 109 King Court, Elmont, L.l., N.Y., 1966, History MR. HOWARD SIEGEL, 31 East Boulevard, Gloversvllle, N.Y., 1967, Govt., Pre-Law MISS JOAN SIEGEL, 41 Brixton Road, Garden City, N.Y., 1967, ATEP MR. STEPHEN SIEGEL, 2151 Howard Place, Bellmore, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Psych. MISS SUSAN H. SIEGEL, 331 E. Harrison St., Long Beach, N.Y., 1968, El. Ed. MR. ALAN SIEGMAN, 1993 Valentine Road, Westbury, N.Y., 1965, English MISS LAURIE A. SIGEL, 19 Waterview Ave., Massapequa, N.Y., 1968, French MISS NATALIE J. SIGEL, 454 Horner St., Elmira, N.Y. 1968, Hist. 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.l., N.Y., 1965, Art MISS ASTRIDA SILKAINS, 5 Virginia Avenue, Port Washington, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS LEONA SILLACO, 70 E. Marshall St., Hempstead, N.Y. 11550, 1968, Latin MR. GEORGE R. SILNA, RD ,tht Westminister Ave., Huntington, N.Y., 1965, Ind. Mgmt. MR. RICHARD SILVA, 41 Fisher Ave., Islip Terrace, N.Y., 1965, Mgmt. MR. MELVIN SILVER, 90 Redwood Drive, Roslyn, L.l., N.Y., 1965, B.A. MR. BRUCE G. SILVERMAN, 138-26 266th Street, Lourelton 13, N.Y., 1966, Hist. MISS ARLENE SILVERMAN, 601 Howard Ave., Hempstead, N.Y., 1966, Speech MR. DENNIS SILVERMAN, 143-43 41st Avenue, Flushing 54, N.Y., 1967, Phys. Ed. MISS JANE A. SILVERMAN, 449 Garden Blvd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1966, Nurs. MR. PAUL M. SILVERMAN, 6 Myrtle Ave., Winthrop, Mass. 02152, 1968, Undec. MISS PAULETTE J. SILVERMAN, 165-10 72nd Ave., Flushing 65, N.Y., 1967, ATEP MISS RITA E. SILVERMAN, 32 Kensington Road, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Antep MRS. JOYCE SILVERSMITH, 3473 Riverside Drive, Oceanside, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Phys. Ed. MR. JEFFREY R. SILVERSTEIN, 39 East Street, New Hyde Park, N.Y. 11042, 1968, Undec. MR. HARRY SIMEONE, 2 Luquer Road, Manhasset, N.Y., 1966, Psych. MR. GHARAPET 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. HOWARD SIMON, 81-44 256th St., Floral Park, N.Y.: 1968, Bio. MR. JEFFREY D. SIMON, 27 Salem Road, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1967, Mgt. MR. JOEL R. SIMON, 3331 Fourth Street, Oceanside, New York, 1968, Music MR. KENNETH SIMON, 63-109 Saunders Street, Rego Park 74, N.Y., 1967, Psych. MR. PAUL F. SIMON, 35-25 91st Street, Jackson H ts 69 N Y 1967 Psych g - . - -: . - MR. RICHARD B. SIMON, 37 Winthrop Rd., Plainview, N.Y. 11803: 1968, Undec. MR. LOWELL SIMPSON, 248 Coventry Road, West Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Eng. MISS KATHLEEN SINCLAIR, 343 West 23 Street, Deer Park, New York 1 1729, 1968, Math. MISS MELISSA B. SINCOFF, 221-29 Braddock Ave., Queens Village 27, N.Y., 1968, Spe. Arts MISS MARLENE B. SINGER, 103-19 68th Road, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1967, ATEP MISS HEDWIG SINKEVICH, 64-16 Thursby Ave., Arverne 92, N.Y., 1965, Eng. MR. THOMAS R. SINOPOLI: 219 Maple Ave., Mamoroneck, N.Y., 1965, B.A. MR. HENRY A. SINSABAUGH, 7 Manor Ave., Hempstead, N.Y., 1966, Bio. MR. JAMES A. SIRAGUSA, 116-11 220th St., Cambria Hgts., N.Y., 1968, Law 8. Fin. MR. JOHN P. SISKIND, 364 Lenox Avenue, I Uniondale, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Biology MR. ARNOLD SJURSEN, 19 Lagoon Blvd., Massapequa, N.Y., 1965, Mktg. 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 HELEN O. SKIPPER, 104 E. 4th Street, Salem, Virginia, 1965, Dance MISS JANE SLATTERY, 99 Randall Ave. iD, Freeport, N.Y. 11520, 1968, Undec. MISS BARBARA SLATUS, 104-21 68th Drive, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1967, English MR. LAWRENCE SLAVIK, 438 Barbara Lane, West Hempstead, N.Y., 1967, Phy. MR. GILBERT SLAVIN, 510 Beach 126th Street, Belle Harbor 94, N.Y., 1967, Govt., Pre-Law MR. STANLEY SLAVIN, 1801 James Street, Merrick, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Phys. Ed. MR. CHARLES F. SLEZAK, 24 Garnet Lane, Plainview, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Acct. MISS ANN SLOVAK, 9 Bowdon Rd., Greenlawn, N.Y.: 1968, Art Ed. MR. JACK w. st.owArEK, Calle Nicaragua ,E 1517, Casilla 2342 La Paz, Bolivia, 1968, Undec. MISS NANCY A. SMATHERS: 118 Main Street, Canton, No. Carolina, 1968, Dr. Mus. MR. BRUCE J. SMILOWITZ, 611 Cattrey Ave., Far Rockaway, N.Y., 1968, Undec. MISS CAROL SMITH, 51 Viola Drive, Glen Cove, N.Y., 1967, ATEP MISS LEE ANN SMITH, 1 Edi Avenue, Plainview, L.l., N.Y.: 1967, Bio. MISS MATTIE J. SMITH, 4705 Henry Hudson Pkwy., Riverdale 71, N.Y. 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. RONALD T. SMOLLEN, 10 Deerpath Lane, Syosset, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Acct. MISS BARBARA L. SMYTHE, 7 Kensington Rd., Garden City, N.Y., 1966, Psych. MISS JOANNE SOBEL, 812 Hampton Court. Westbury, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Speech MISS CAROL H. SOBER, 5716 Gist Avenue, Baltimore 15, Maryland, 1967, Speech The. MISS LINDA SOFFER, 98-01 67 Avenue, Brussels 28, Forest Hills 74, New York, 1967, French MRS. ANN SOFIA, 40 North Long Beach Road, Apartment 2-B, Rockville Centre, New York MISS ANDREA G. SOIKIN, 70-20 108th St., Forest Hills, N.Y., 1968, Drama MR. ALEX P. SOKOLOFF, 701 Monroe Boulevard, Long Beach, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MRS. PATRICIA SOKOLOW, I Patricia Lane, Woodmere, L.l., N.Y., 1964, English MISS CATHERINE A. SOLARZ, 196 Kimball Ave., Yonkers, N.Y. 10704, 1968, Soc. MR. RICHARD SOLBY, 16 Oak Street, Hicksville, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Psy. Ed. MR. GERARD SOLED, 50-45 Horatio Parkway, Bayside 64, New York, 1966, Mgmt. MR. JOSEPH SOLFANELLI, 519 Hicks Street, 'Brooklyn 31, N.Y., 1966, Psy. Ed. MR. FRANK SOLGHAN, 6 Eagle Street, Schenectady, New York 12307, 1968, Bio. MR. JOSEPH SOLOMON, 28-32 Bell Blvd., Bayside, N.Y., 1968, Ap. Phy. MR. MARK A. SOLOMON, 20 Cripps Lane, Valley Stream, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Hist. MR. SAMUEL O. SOLOMON, Hudson, New York, 1965, Acct. MR. STEVEN J. SOMERSON, 53 Avon Drive, Essex Falls, New Jersey, 1968, Bio. MR. JOSEPH SOMMER, 85 Old Mill Road, Great Neck, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Bus. Ad. MR. MICHAEL SONTAG, 116-40 237 Street, Elmont, L.l., N.Y., 1966, B.A. Mgr. MISS MELINDA G. SOREN, 34 Return Lane, Levittown, L.l., N.Y., 1965, ATEP MR. HOWARD L. SOSNE, 44 Northfield Rd., Rochester, N.Y. 14617, 1968, Undec. MR. JAY SOSONKO, 2719 East 28tl1 Street, Brooklyn 35, N.Y., 1967, Acct. MR. VAL A. SOUPIOS, 47 Sullivan Drive, Jericho, L.l., N.Y., 1967, History, Pre-Law MISS RHEA P. SOURIFMAN, 182 Cator Ave., Jersey City, N.J., 1966, Nursing MR. DONALD SOWARBY, 58 Euston Road, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1967, B.A. MISS ELISSA L. SOYKA, 409 McDermott Rd., Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1968, Art MR. CHARLES M. SPATZ, 136 Asbury Avenue, Carle Place, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. PETER W. SPECCE, 15 Abby Drive, East Northport, N.Y., 1968, Bus. MISS CAROL M. SPECTOR, 15 Orchard St., Spring Valley, N.Y., 1968, El Ed. MISS LYNN C. SPECTOR, Youngs Gap Hotel, Liberty, New York, 1965, Speech 284 if .fu MR. ALAN SPIELBERG, 1058 Roselle Place, I 'V J Woodmere, L.l., N.Y., 1966, History MR. DONALD A. SPIESS, 260 Lowell Ave., Floral Park, N.Y., 1967, Chem. MR. MICHAEL N. SPINDELL, 226-48 Kingsbury Ave., Flushing, N.Y., 1967, History MR. EDWARD SPINELLI, 90 Kernochan Avenue, Hempstead, L.l., 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.l., N.Y., 1966, SOC. MR. STEVEN B. SPIRO, 126 Church Street, New Rochelle, N.Y., 1965, Psych. MR. JERROLD SPITZBERG, 3 Miriam St., Valley Stream, N.Y., 1965, B.A. MR. RICHARD SPITZER, 120 Iris Road, Lokewoodf N.J. 08701: 1968, Psych. MR. ULDIS SPROGIS, 1'47 Rhome Ave., East Rockaway, N.Y., Undec. MR. WALTER M. SPURGE, JR., 21 Greenrtdge Ave., Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1966, B.A. Mktg. MISS RUTH STALOFF, 28 Knoll Lane, Roslyn Heights, N.Y., Spec. MISS CAROL A. STAR, 131 Red Maple Dr. No., Levittown, N.Y. 11756, 1968, Nurs. MISS MAXINE B. STARK, 257 Dorchester Rd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1968, Pl, Sci. MR. GARY P. STARR, 63-60 102nd St., Rego Park, N.Y. 11374, 1968, Math. 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. EDWARD STEDRONSKY, 27 Bulger Street, Babylon, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Phys. Ed. MR. THOMAS A. STEFANEK, 12 North Drive, No. New Hyde Pork, N.Y., 1966, Phys. Ed. MISS LAURA STEGMAN, 14-86 212 Street, Bayside 60, N.Y., 1967, EI. Ed. MR. ALAN R. STEIFMAN, 80-48 231st Street, Queens Village, N.Y. 11427 MR. ALAN STEIN, 33 Dolores Drive, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1966, Govt. - MISS CAROL STEIN, 25 Hark Lane, Westbury, L.l., N.Y., 1967, German MR. EDWARD STEIN, 122 Combs Avenue, Woodmere, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Chem. MR. JEFFREY STEIN, 410 Chestnut Dr., Roslyn, N.Y., 1967, Ph. Ed. MR. PETER STEIN, 993 Maple Drive, Franklin Square, N.Y., 1966. Acct. MISS ARLINE STEINBERG, 75-56 188th Street, Flushing, N.Y., 1965, Eng. Dr. MR. RICHARD STEINBERG, 2790 Bragg Street, Brooklyn 35, N.Y., 1967, Blo., 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, Art MISS GRACE E. STEINHOUSER, 1 North 4th Street, New Hyde Park, N.Y., Bus, Ed. 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 ESTELLE M. STERN, 3636 Farm Ranch Rd. So., Bethpage, N.Y., 1966, Eng. 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. 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. MISS HELEN S. STEYER, Edit: Canaima, Apt. 301, Av. Miranda, Chocaito, Caracas, Venezuela, 1968 MR. THOMAS M. STEYER, Edt. Canaima, Apt. 301, Ave, Miranda, Chacalta, Caracas, Venezuela, 1967, Acct. MISS LORETTA STODEL, 125 Chestnut Drive, Roslyn, L.l., N.Y., 1956, Psych. MR. THOMAS STONE, 45 Jackson Street, Hempstead, N.Y., 1966, Undec. MRS. SUSAN STONE, 45 Jackson Street, Hempstead. N.Y-r 1967, EI. Educ. MISS FRANCES STONER, Quaker Hill Traller Park, Portsmouth, Rhode Island, 1968, Ph. Ed. MR. WARREN L. STORCH, 98-19 64tl'l Ave., Forest Hills 74, N.Y., 1967, Eng. MR. WILLIAM N. STRATIGOS, 79 Oakland Street, Huntington, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Pre-Med. MR. FREDERICK STRAUSS, 256 Bedford Avenue, Buttalo 1, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. JOHN STRELLA, 15 Walker Avenue, Syosset, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MISS SUSAN J. STROUSE, 3 Duryea Place, Lynbrook, N.Y., 1966, Phys. Ed. MR. DALE STRUBBE, 112 Newmarket Road, Garden City, L.l., N.Y., 1965, B.A. Mgt. MR. ALEXANDER STUART: 2120 Wantagh Ave., Wantagh, N.Y., 1968, Undec. MISS GLADY5 STUART, 2120 Wontaglt Ave.. Wantagh, L.I., N.Y., 1965, English MISS JULIET STUART, 2120 Wantagh Avenue, Wantogh, New York, 1965, Biology MR. ANUNAT SUCHINAI, 'W Lake Grove School. Lake Grove, N.Y., 1967, B.A. Mgt. MR. STEVEN SUGARMAN, 105 Cayuga Place, Jericho, N.Y., 1968, Bio. MISS DOROTHY E. SULKOWSKI, 78 Rockledge Drive, West Hartford 7, Conn., 1966, English MR. MARTIN P. SULLA, 70 Livingston Ave., Babylon, N.Y., 1966, Psych. MISS PATRICIA A. SULLIVAN, Nurses Residence, Meadowbrook Hospital, Hempstead, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Nursing MR. WILLIAM SULLIVAN, 91 Simcoe Street, Oyster Bay, N.Y., 1968, Ind. Mgmt. MISS MONA SULZMAN, 1421 Munn Avenue. Hillside, New Jersey, 1968, French MISS MARIE A. SURMACH, 6 Pearl Street Apt. T5, Woburn, Massachusetts, 1968, El. Ed. MISS IRENE L. SUSSKIND, 4705 Clarendon Rd., Brooklyn, N.Y., 1967, ATEP MR. DAVID H. SWANSON, 15 Russell Dr., Mineola, N.Y., 1965, Hist. MR. GEORGE SWANSON, 164 Pine St., Freeport, N.Y., 1968, Acctg. MISS JANE R. SWARTZ, 506 Ardsley Blvd., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Undec. MR. ROBERT J. SWEENEY, 'Xa Postmaster, Roosevelt, N.Y., 1967, Speech MISS MELODIE O. SYBALSKI, 38 Ratt Avenue, Mineola, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS SUSAN O. SZALAY, 7 Park Avenue, Carle Place, N.Y., 1968, Psych. 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 Berford Avenue, Brooklyn IO, N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med. MR. JOHN M. TAKAKIS, Myrino Lemnos, Lemnos, Greece, 1967, Physics MR. KENNETH JOEL TALESNICK, 1266 Julia Lane, North Bellmore, I..l., N.Y., 1965, Psych. MR. WILLIAM TALMADGE, 40-29 204th Street, Bayside 61, N.Y., 1966, Ind. Mgt. MR. VICTOR J. TANENHOLZ, 16-21 160th Street, Whitestone 57, N.Y., 1966, Psych. MISS BETTE M. TARAN, 101 West 12th St., New York, N.Y., 1965, Govt. MR. BRUCE TARR, 123 Lockwood Ave., New Rochelle, N.Y., 1965, Hist. B. Gov. MR. DAVID TASHMAN, 129-01 Ocean Promenade, Belle Harbor 94, N.Y., 1968, Undec. MR. FRED W. TATE, 24 79th Avenue, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1967, Hist. MISS LUCILLE TATZ, 27 Grouse Lane, Levittown, N.Y., 1968, Soc. MISS BARBARA G. TAUBER, 14 Lincrest Street, Syosset, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Atep MR. RICHARD TAUBER, 172 Rhode Island Ave., Massapequa, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MISS RUTH N. TAURIELLO, 123 Jewett Parkway, Buffalo 14, N.Y., 1966, Art Desig. MR. ERIC TAUSSIG, 276 Boulevard, Scarsdale, New York, 1966, Govt. MISS ELEANORA TAWFIK, We Mr. Selim Tawfik, 220 West 42nd St., New York 36, N.Y., 1966, French 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. MISS SUSAN S. TENENBAUM, 48 Roxen Road, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1968, Lang MISS ELIZABETH J. TEPPER, 120 Forest Ave., West Newton, Mass. MR. PAUL W. TERKELTOUB, 217-16 47th Road, Bayside 61, N.Y., 1966, Pers. Mgt. MISS RUTH M. TERNER, 70-09 165 Street, Fiushing 65, New York, 1965, Speech MISS ANNE H. TERRY, 708 Westbury Ave., Westbury, N.Y., 11590, 1966, Math. MISS JANE A. TEUFEL, 2 Renwick Ave., Huntington, N.Y., 11743, 1968, Undec. MR. CRAIG S. TEUTEN, 21 Raymond St., Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1966, Mktg. MISS SUSAN G. THAW, 83-47 248th Street, Bellerose 26, N.Y., 1967, Atep MISS ELNA I. THIELE, 105 Meadow Street, Garden City, New York 11535, 1967, Math. MISS JESSICA H. THOLE, 79 Stuart Ave., Amityville, N.Y. MR. PETER THOM, 215 East 68th Street, New York 21, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MR. ROBERT C. THOMA, 71 Monroe St., Lynbrood, N.Y., 1968, Psych. MR. GERALD LEE THOMAS, 204 Fisk Place. Massapequa, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Speech 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. FRANK THOMSON, 282 Wellington Rd. Sa., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Math. MR. HENRY J. THORESZ, 610 Willis Ave., Williston Park, N.Y., 1968, Phy. MISS GAIL THURSTON, 3762 Tiana Street, Seaford, N.Y., 1967, Phys. Ed. MR. DEAN THRESHER, JR., 6 Sealey Ave., Hayes House, Apt. B, Hempstead, N.Y., 1964, Bio. MISS JANET TIERNEY, 99-39 21 ith Place, Queens Village, N.Y., 1968, Math. MISS MARILYN C. TIFFANY, 140-30 Ash Ave., Flushing 55, N.Y., 1967, Math. MR. EDMUND C. TIMBERLAKE, 361 Park Avenue, Manhasset, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Ind. Mgt. MISS MYRNA P. TISHLER, 235 Nassau Blvd., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Undec. MR. WILLIAM J. TOBIN, 533 Patterson Street, East Meadow, N.Y., 1966, B.A. Mktg. MISS RUTH TOFFEL, 178 West 31st Street, Bayonne, N.J., 1967, Undec. MISS SHEILA Z. TONER, Sub Sta. 60, Bldg. D., Queens Village 27, N.Y., 1968, Nurs. MR. NICHOLAS V. TORNATORE7 6724 13th Avenue. Brooklyn 19, N.Y., 1967, Am. Civ. MISS DIANA TORRACA, 38 Woodlawn Avenue, Valley Stream, L.I., N.Y., 1965, French MR. JOHN TORTORICI, 17 Gay Lore Drive, Huntington, N.Y., 1965, Mktg. MISS STEPHANIE N. TOZZA, 139 Woodoak Drive, Westbury, N.Y., 1968, Pre-Med. 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.I., N.Y., 1965, Bio., Pre-Med. MR. PHILIP L. TROIANI, 40 Mount Joy Avenue, Freeport, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Acct. MISS LINDA TROTMAN, 25 Furman Court, Huntington, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. JAMES A. TRUSSEL, 201 Juniper Circle South, Lawrence, N.Y., 1968, Acctg. MISS HELEN A. TSAGARIS, 35 Prospect Ave., Garden City, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Art MISS CAROL A. TSAO, B24 46th Street, Brooklyn, N.Y. 11220, 1968, Psych. MR. DAVID TSOONG, 97-10 62nd Dr., Apt. 2-C, Rego Park, N.Y. 11374, 1968, Engr. MISS JILL TUCKER, 25 Neptune Boulevard, Long Beach, N.Y., 1968, Med. Tech. MISS LOIS J. TUCKER, 21 Bunting Lane, Levittown, N.Y., 1968, Hist. MR. RONALD A. TUCKER, 1464 Tyler Avenue, East Meadow, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Psych. MR. NEIL J. TUFANO, 141-15 58th Avenue, Flushing 55, N.Y., 1966, Phys. Ed. MR. LOUIS L. TULLO, 182 Waldorf Ave., Elmont, N.Y. 11003, 1968, Math. MISS RONNI SUE TUNKEL, 66 Olive Street, Lake Success, N.Y., 1965, Math. MISS JUDITH E. TURBERG, 99 Harvard St., Hempstead, N.Y., 1967, Eng. 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. MISS ASLI TURKKAN, 109 Elk Avenue, New Rochelle, N.Y. 10804, 1968, Chem. MR. STUART TURNER, 71-30 172nd Street, Flushing 65, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MR. ROBERT TUXSON, 134 Charles Street, Floral Park, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Biology MR. JOHN G. TUZ, 213 Bedford Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y., 1968, Undec. 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, 305 Waldorf Avenue, Elmont, L.l., N.Y., 1966, History 285 MISS VALERIE K. UNANDER, 18 Middleton Road, Greenport, New York, 1965, Sp. 8. Ther. MISS ADRIENNE H. USURIELLO, 32-08 84th St., Jackson Heights, N.Y. 11370, 1968, Bio. MR. ANTHONY J. VAGLIO, JR., 25 Eaton Road, Syosset, L.I., N.Y., 1967, Music MISS GLORIA V. VAGLIO, 25 Eaton Road, Syosset, L.I., N.Y., 1967, English MISS IRENE VAKSELIS, 112-09 95th Avenue, Richmond Hill 19, N.Y., 1967, Art Educ. MR. ANTHONY J. VALLARO, 272 Berry St., Brooklyn, N.Y., 1968, Undec. MRS. MARY VanALLEN, 342 Latham Road, Mineola. L.l., N.Y., 1965, Speech The. MR. ALFRED G. VANDERMAAS, 218 Cromble Street, Huntington Station, N.Y., 1966, B.A. MR. WALTER VAN DYNE, 30 Maple Ave., Cedarhurst, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Eco. MR. JON VAN PRAAGH, 526 Warren Blvd., Garden City, N.Y., 1964, Chem. MR. PAUL VAN NIEWERBURGH, 26 Vernon Street, Plainview, N.Y., 1965, Soc. MISS PATRICIA VANSTON: 85 Alden Avenue, North Valley Stream, N.Y., 1965, Nursing MR. LAWRENCE J. VASQUEZ, 1582 Meadowbrook Rd., North Merrick, N.Y., 1968, Undec. MISS CHRISTINA I. VELAZQUEZ, 54 Roxen Road, Rockville Centre, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Spanish MR. JOSEPH B. VENTURA, 237 Himrod Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1965, Phys. Ed. MELINDA M. VERCINI, 32 Linley Rd., Trumbull, Conn., 1968, Eng. MR. PETER JOHN VISCONTI, 350 Adams Avenue, West Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Blo. MR. PAUL A. VITULLI, 736 Meacham Avenue, Elmont, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Pre-Med. MISS SUSAN M. VLAUN, 10 Wexford Street, Huntington, N.Y., 1966, Anthro. MISS BRUNA GRACE VOLPE, 14 Woodland Drive, Port Washington, L.I., N.Y., 1965, Speech MISS LYNNE R. VOLPE, 294 West Second Street, Corning, New York, 1966, Nursing MISS LINDA R. VOOGT, 12 W. Lyons St., Huntington Sta., N.Y., 1968, Ph. Ed. 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. MISS WENDY A. VROOMAN, Sub Station 60, Queens Village 27, N.Y., 1968, Nurs. MR. ALAN R. WACHTEL, 1112 Carroll Place, New York 56, N.Y., 1966, Psych. MR. CARL A. WAGMAN, 120 Gale Place, Bronx 63, N.Y., 1964, Psych. MR. LEO WAGNER, 102-32 65 Avenue, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1966, History MISS MARLENE WAGNER, 296 Paul Court, West Hempstead, N.Y., 1966, El. Ed. MR. RICHARD J. WAGNER, 1379 Broadway, Hewlett, N.Y., 1966, Eng. MR. HOWARD G. WAILLANT, 102 Opal St., Elmont, N.Y. 11003, 1968, Bio. MR. ARTHUR CHARLES WALCH, 1329 Smith Avenue, North Bellmore, N.Y., 1966, Biology MR. LESLIE B. WALKER, 26 Fairview Avenue, Newark 3, N.J., 1966, Psych. MISS ROBERTA E. WALKER, 62 Kensington Rd., Garden City, N.Y., 1965, Bio. MR. JOSEPH WALL, 41-71 249th Street, Little Neck 63, N.Y., 1966, Phys. Ed. MR. DAVID B. WALLACH, 144-35 75th Road, Flushing, N.Y., 1966, Speech 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 W Kunkin, Jamaica, N.Y., 1967, Psych. MISS TERRY WALSH, Sub Station 60, Queens Village 27, N.Y., 1967, D.M.H. MISS RUTH ANN WALTER, Pleasantville Rd. Box 12, New Vernon, N.J., 1965, Nurs. MR. STANLEY C. K. WAN, 214 Walker Place, West Hempstead, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Mgt. Sm. Bus. MR. JERRY WANG, 2 Birchwood Court, Apt. 3K, Mineola, New York, 1966, Bio. MISS PATRICIA WANTUCK, 373 Kilburn Road So., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MR. RICHARD WARD, W Slater, 39 Stonecutter Road, Levittown, L.l., 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, N.Y., 1965, Psych. MISS SARA WARNER: 3141 P Street, Washington, D.C., 1967, Undec. MR. JEFFREY WARSHAW, 8 Carolyn Avenue, Valley Stream, L.I., N.Y., 1966, Hist. MR. ROBERT N. WARSHAW, 112-50 78th Avenue, Forest Hills 75, N.Y., 1966, BAMang. MR. JOSE WARTICOVSCHI, 181M Howard Dr., Bergenfield, N.J., Chem. Eng. MR. JOHN WASHECKA, 171 N. Long Beach Ave., Freeport, L.l., N.Y., 1965, B.A. Acct. MISS CAROLYN T. WASIK, 4876 Sounder Settlement Rd., Lockport, N.Y., 1968, Psych. MR. JERRY WASSERMAN, 98 Stephen Street. Levittown, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Engin. MR. HOWARD WATERS, 69-33 180th Street, Flushing 65, N.Y., 1967, History, Pre-Law MISS ILEANA WATINS, IO Lake Road, Great Neck, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Art MR. ARNOLD WAX, Mayfair Apartments, Woodmere, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Govt. MR. GILBERT WEATHERLY, I Landing Lane, Port Jefferson, New York, 1968, Econ. MR. EDWARD WEBB, Village Lane, Orient, N.Y., 1966, Bio. MR. KERRIGAN S. WEBER, 3807 Vaorhis Lane, Seaford, N.Y., 1968 , Hist. Ed. MR. IRA WECHSLER, 491 East 52nd Street, Brooklyn 3, N.Y., 1967, Math. MISS PHYLLIS M. WEIDBERG, 110-20 71st Road, Forest Hills, N.Y., 1968, Undec. MR. DAVID L. WEIL, 30 Pontiac Road, West Hartford, Conn., 1966, Pre-Med MISS ALICE M. WEINBERG, 52 East Olive Street, Long Beach, N.Y., 1966, ANTEP MISS RITA WEINBERG, 432 Garden Blvd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1968, Undec. MISS ROSALIE WEINE,-315 Lincoln Blvd., Merrick, N.Y., 1967, Eng. MR. ALLAN WEINER, 63-10 110th Street, Forest Hills, New York, 1968, Math. MISS ELLEN WEINFELD, B750 Kingston Place, Jamaica, N.Y., 1968, El. Ed. MR. PHILIP M. WEINGARTEN, 335 Oak Street, So. Hempstead, N.Y., 1966, Acct. MRS. GABRIELE WEINGRAD, 233 East 35th St., New York, N.Y., 1966, Psych. MR. PHILIP J. WEINGROW, 10-11 Beach 12th Street, For Rockaway 91, N.Y., 1967, Govt., Pre-Law MRS. PAULA SALZMAN, 950 49th St., Apt. 9E, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1965, Mgt. Per. MISS SANDRA WEINREBE, 506 Ardsley Blvd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1965, Antep. MR. RICHARD H. WEINSIER, 2 Central Drive, Great Neck, L.l., N.Y., 1965, B.A. Mgm-l MR. ALAN A. WEINSTEIN, 84 Oakland Avenue, Deer Park, N.Y., 1967, Mgt. MR. DANIEL J. WEINSTEIN, 137 Grace Street, Plainview, L.l., N.Y., 1966, Undec. MR. GERALD P. WEINSTEIN, 361 Daub Avenue, Hewlett, L.l., N.Y., 1967, Physics MISS MARGERY S. WEINSTEIN, 39 Stuart Dr., Syosset, N.Y., 1968, El. Ed. MISS MARSHA R. WEINSTEIN, 5604 Wexford Road, Baltimore 9, Maryland, 1967, ATEP MR. PHILIP WEINZIMERJ 77 Hampton Rd., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Bus. Fin. MR. BARRY S. WEISBERG, 213-02 73 Avenue, Bayside 64, N.Y., 1966, Govt. MISS LORI WEISBERGER, 2 Birchwood Ct., Apt. SN, Mineola, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Soc. MISS BARBARA E. WEISBROD, 722 Pine Ave., West Islip, N.Y., 1968, ATEP MRS. LORA L. WEISMAN, 66-O1 Burns Street, Forest Hills, New York, 1966, Nursing MISS BARBARA P. WEISS, 38 Netherwood Drive, Albertson, N.Y., 1966, History MR. DENIEL WEISS, 2222 Jerusalem Ave., North Merrick, N.Y., 1964, B.A. Acct. MISS DANIELLE WEISS, 1011 Cedar Drive East, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 1967, Undec. MRS. DOLORES J. WEISS, 2222 Jerusalem Ave.. North Merrick, N.Y., 1966, Nurs. MISS HILLARY KAREN WEISS, 317 Frank Ave., Mamoroneck, N.Y., 1965, El. Educ. MISS JOAN SUSAN WEISS, 295 East Share 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, Monhosset, 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 PAULINE WEISSMAN, 21 Pickwick Dr. W., Syosset, N.Y. 11791, 1968, Soc. MR. STEWART WICKSMAN, 264-16 Union Turnpike, Merrick, L.l., N.Y., 1965, B.A., Mgt. MR. RONALD I. WEITZNER, 383 Grand Street, New York, N.Y., 1966, Bio. MR. GEORGE WELSCH, Gully Landing Road, P.O. Box 14, Miller Place, N.Y., 1967, Nursing MISS GAIL N. WENDEL, 108 Dogwood Road, Roslyn, L.l., N.Y., 1965, Psych. MR. RICHARD D. WENNING, 524 E. Harrison St., Long Beach, N.Y., 1968, Eng. MR. KENNETH E. WEPRINi 3177 BirCh Dr., Wantogh, N.Y., 1968, Bio. MISS JOAN R. WERBLE, 225 Whitehall Road Sa., Garden City Sa., L.l., N.Y., 1966, Bio. MISS DONNA C. WERTHEIM, 9 Capri Drive, Roslyn, L.l., N.Y., 1967, History, Pre-Law MISS LESLIE P. WHITE, 48 Juneau Blvd., Woodbury, N.Y. 11797, 1968, Undec. MR. STEWART WICHSMAN, 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 cny, N.Y., 1967, Bio. MRS. CAROL WIECZOREK, B2 S. Awixa Ave., Bay Shore, N.Y., 1965, Psych. MISS LINDA K. WEIMEYER, 'Xt Mrs. L, Krieger, 182 W. Cypress Lane, Westbury, N.Y., 1965, Sp. 8. Dr. MR. ARTHUR WIENER, 3321 Avenue M, Brooklyn 10, N.Y., 1965, Govt. MR. BRUCE WILDMAN, 30 Milburn Road, Valley Stream, N.Y., 1967, Acctg. 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, Hist. MR. JOEL WILLEN, 47 Edwards St. Apt. I-C, Roslyn Hgts, N.Y., 1966, Ph. Ed. MRS. RUTH WILLEN, 47 Edwards St., Apt. IC, Roslyn Heights, L.l., N.Y., 1966, History MR. RONALD WILLIS, 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, 149 Roxbury Rd., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Nursing MISS LIANNE WILSON: Stlllwell Lane, Laurel Hollow, Syosset, N.Y., 1966, Spe. Ther. MISS DAWN WINANT, 31 Hungerford Rd., Albany, N.Y., 1968, Nurs. MR. JOHN C. WINDECKER, 600 Willis Ave., Apt. 4F, Williston Pork, N.Y., 1964, English MISS LAURA A. WINER, 210 BraodBeld Road, New Rochelle, N.Y., 1967, Bio., Pre-Med. MR. MURRAY WINER, 469 Nantasket Ave., Hull, Mass., 1968, Undec. MISS ROCHELLE D. WINKLER, 62 Alden Court, Malverne, N.Y., 1968, Art MISS DIANE WINN, 76 Chester Avenue, Garden City, N.Y., 1967, Soc. Wk. MISS ANN L. WINSTEN, 139-19 229th St., Laurelton 13, N.Y. MISS EILEEN WINTERSTEIN, 44 Lincoln Street, Farmingdale, L.l., N.Y., 1966, History MISS JOAN E. WISCH, 54 Strathmore Lane, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1965, Math. MISS ELSIE M. WITT, 25 Arlington Ave., Staten Island 3, N.Y., 1968, Pre-Med 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. MRS. PHYLLIS K. WOLF, 141-10 82 Drive, Briarwood, New York, 1965, Hist. MISS JOHANNA WOLFE, Goodhill Road, Weston, Conn., 1966, Psych. MISS CAROL WOLITZKY, 414 Garden Blvd., Garden City, N.Y., 1966, Spe. Ther. MISS JOAN WOLLENBERG, 43 Morris Avenue West, Malverne, N.Y., 1967, Phys. Ed. MISS VIRGINIA WOLLNY, 201-22 Epson Course, Holliswood 27, N.Y., 1967, Art MR. TIN CHEE WONG, 531 Sutter Ave., Brooklyn 7, N.Y., 1967, Chem. MR. PAUL T. WOOD, 35-20 160th St., Flushing, N.Y., 1968, Mngt. MISS SUSAN J. WOODARD, 651 Benris Ave., Franklin Square, N.Y., 1967, Music MR. JAMES C. WOODS, 34 Country Club Dr., Monhosset, N.Y., Hist. MR. NEIL R. WOODS, 48-28 192nd St., Flushing, N.Y. 11365, 1968, Bio. MR. ROBERT T. WOODS, 112-29 201 Street, St. Albans 12, New York, 1964, Psy. Ed. MISS BARBARA WRIGHT, 106 Herkimer Street. No. Bellmore, N.Y., 1967, Med. Tech. MISS MARGARET WU, 331 Pennsylvania Ave., Mineola, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Art MR. ANDREW F. WUJICK, 46 Alton Ave., Greenlawn N.Y. 11740: 1968, Bio. MISS ATHANASIA S. XANTHIS, 89-40 146th St., Jamaica, N.Y., 10035, 1966, Educ. MISS MARLA G. YAGER, 10 Rutgers Street, West Orange, New York, 1968, ATEP MR. MICHAEL YATCHYSHYN, 16 Mitchell Place, Monhosset, L.l., N.Y., 1966, B.A. MISS SUSAN YOERG, 245 North Ellicott St., Williamsville 21, N.Y., 1967, Nursing 286 MR. MARSHALL YOKELL, 230 Jackson Street, Hempstead, L.l., N.Y., 1967. Bio., Pre-Med MISS RONELL A. YORGEY, 1735 31st St. N.W.. Allentown, Pennsylvania, 1968, Nurs. MR. CHARLES W. YOUNG, 339 Church Avenue. Woodmere, L.l., N.Y., 1964, Acct, MISS HELEN L. YOUNG, 432 Broadway, Massapequa Park, N.Y,, 1968, Drama MR. JOSEPH D. YOUNG, 222 East 8th Street, Brooklyn, N.Y. 11218, 1965, Arnr. Govt. MISS MARY K. YOUNG, 97-27 110 Street, Richmond Hill 19, N.Y., 1968, Drama MR. PETER T. YOUNG, 58 Ridge Drive East, Roslyn, N.Y., 1968, Bio. MR. LAWRENCE YUDESS, 184 Clarkson Ave., 'Brooklyn 26, N,Y., 1967, Govt. MISS ILONA M. YUHASZ, 125-20 Sth Avenue, College Point 56, N.Y., 1965, Nursing MR. PETER ZADIS, 324 Linden Place, Westbury, N.Y., 1967, Econ. MISS VERONICA ZADIS, 324 Linden Place, Westbury L.l., N.Y., 1967, ATEP MISS ANITA D. ZAIFERT, 341 Kensington Road So., Garden City, N.Y., 1967, ATEP MR. STEVEN D. ZAKEN, 609 Barnard Ave., Woadmere, N.Y., 1966, Acct. MISS SUSAN ZANE, 85 Milburn Lane, Roslyn Heights, New York, 1967, Spanish MR. MAHMOUD ZANHANEH, 95-97 Hewlett Street, Hempstead, N.Y., 1966, Bio. Pre-Med MR. ABRAHAM ZAVELOFF, I I3-18 Sutphin Blvd., Jamaica, L.l., N.Y., Spec. MISS SANDRA E. ZELIGMAN, 206 Dorchester Rd., Garden City So., N.Y., 1968, Nurs, MISS PHYLLIS S. ZIMMERMAN, 25 Frances Drive, Westbury, L.l., N.Y., 1967, ATEP MR. WILLIAM J. ZIMMERMAN, 31 Maxwell Dr., Westbury, N.Y., 1966, Mngmt. MR. STEVEN ZINN, 58-23 205 Street, Bayside 64, N.Y., 1966, Pre-Med. MR. WILLIAM J. ZINO, 883 Edward Street, Baldwin, L.l., N.Y., 1964, English MR. MICHAEL ZIPPERSTEIN, 19 New England Rd., Maplewood, N.J., 1968, Undec. MISS HELEN ZISSER, 150 East Beech Street, Long Beach, N.Y., 1966, S.W. MISS KAREN L. ZISSU, 192 Kings Point Rd., Great Neck, N,Y., 1966, Soc. MISS ELLEN J. ZOMBEK, 522 Cypress St., No. Babylon, N.Y. 11703, 1968, Law Fin. MR. CHARLES S. ZRALY, 44 Hillside Ave., Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1965, History, Pre-Law MISS ARLENE M. ZUBRITSKY, 87-59 113th Street, Richmond Hill 18, N.Y., 1966, Speech MR. RICHARD D. ZURROW, 526 Warren Blvd., Garden City, N.Y., 1968, Undec. MISS ROSALIE ZWERLING, 245 East 11th Street, New York, N.Y., 1965, Art ,.-ANJAMAHV A U-Qulnoaemnxsgu -I . , "MZCff'lfli-f' L-ff' X It Nh .-V" 'vi .4 X- 4' lv g ',. X 9' gs n 1, Q xx , ,E I' S. 'J M ' V..-A'9'1 . ' 4 2' , . , 5 Q s r ' ', V' A . V 11 4 . I . ,,l 6 ,-4' VA'-1-. ,, X' ' ,Ov , , " 'nf xx . , - 1 v -- , . . n . V 1 ' . ' 9 I JA ' r ' 1 X " .' , J- I gc.' ' 1 ' 1 x. I 1"-7" ' 3 1 , .I 1 I 4 . V 4 A i E i I V N 1 ,Z 'Q I 1 1 I E I w 1 " 9 Q gl K 19 X , N"o.! I '-. e Xi A , 5 4 --X 2 X N X- E .V x X , 1 . u 3 1 ws 3 Q .x 4 ,ff ., . -,., X + x', , 5 , , 1 15:-'11, I R 4. . 4 1 " 1 . KW: sk! r '4 w X z' '. S ,A I I if 4 I Il, 1 1? ,I xx 5 X A f X. . I K , --7--- V


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