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ag $ ■ % 3S 7 - Hi i JW ANDE «SON NORT 1970 TI1L0I1 The American University, Washington, D.C. Deen J. Sobin, Editor Babette Lipsitz, Co-fditor fTlelvyn J. Stark, Business manager The Student The year 40 The University Community . ... 224 Puppy and I I met a man as I went walking; we got to talking, man and I. " Where are you going to, man? " I said (I said to the man as he went by.) " Down to the village to get some bread. Will you come with me? " " No, not I. " I met a horse as I went walking; we got to talking, horse and I. " Where are you going to, horse, today? " (I said to the horse as he went by.) " Down to the village to get some hay Will you come with me? " " No, not I. " I met some rabbits as I went walking; we got to talking, rabbits and I. " Where are you going in your brown fur coats? ' (I said to the rabbits as they went by.) " Down to the village to get some oats. Will you come with us? " " No, not I. " I met a puppy as I went walking; we got to talking, puppy and I. " Where are you going this nice, fine day? " (I said to the puppy as he went by.) " Up to the hillsides to roll and play. " " I ' ll come with you, puppy, " said I. A. A. Milne 18 19 20 21 M 23 In some special way each person completes the universe 25 m 28 29 30 31 Tomorrow when the air ■ ■ • IS 01 you ' ll forget and go away . . 32 33 35 Undiscovered and alone someone says . . . ' - ' ■■ " :. 38 39 w ■ : •.2 i.I »§ US ' - ; jaa .as i» II i ' «» wandered. . . E _— 2i 43 looking for myself in the faces of others. . . 45 while they looked back at me. The fraternity at A.U. today finds itself in a strange period of transition. From within, the ques- tion of accurately defining their goals and needs is a pressing one. Rush, this fall, was characterized by fewer people resulting in smaller pledge classes. But these pledges are a new type of student, interested and independent, aware and ready to cope with these changes. He ex- pects more from a Greek organi- zation than humiliation and harass- ment. And the Greeks are re- sponding with meaningful programs and new ideas emphasizing scholar- ship, friendship, and responsibility. 48 A The changes that are being made could almost pass unnoticed. . . by those on the outside. 52 r .i due to lack of interest, tomorrow could be cancelled. . . 54 The Kennedy Political Union and The University in Revolution brought in a wide variety of speakers in the Fall. These speakers came bringing with them their own outlooks and ideas. Secretary of the Navy Chafee spoke to an audience packed with an intense group of anti-war students who bombarded him with questions in front of NBC cameras. Dotson Rader spoke on the Fragmentation of the New Left and explained why he felt the Black Panthers were the only true re- volutionaries left on campuses today. All speakers spoke to students who were committed— committed either to the speaker ' s viewpoint or against it or to finding out. But those that didn ' t care— those with- out committment— stayed away, and hardly noticed the changes being made. 5? The student Association said the alumni were not interested. The alumni sai d they were never con- tacted . . . and as a result A.U. had no floats, queens, or dances-but rather Dustin Hoffman in The Graduate and the Steve Miller Blues Band and Mountain on Saturday night. Gary Puckett sang in Woods- Brown on Sunday afternoon to finish up a nice, if not memorable, Fall Weekend. Tim Buckley appear- ed the following Friday evening to carry over the mood of highlighting concert events. just li 56 ■ 4 J flS BB j 2S m w s Ji 1H Hi 1 : [the times they are a-chaip] 57 58 59 e national League. . Tomorrouj. the World. 60 Over the threshold ot dissent. . . a rostrum of awareness " COMMUNISMS WAR NOT NIXON ' S war 64 It is time to stop saving face and start saving lives. 65 66 you can take mar out of the country, but you can ' t take the country out of mar, ■B v 68 69 The Imaginary Invalid merged uuith a Sterile Cuckoo. " M kill ii ' MI 1 ; ' Sfl BB RL i fs y ' j M J M HAkj V Jt jJ 70 Moliere ' s Imaginary Invalid, the first show of the year, incorporated the theatre ' s new trend of com- bining dance and movement with acting. The production was an over- whelming success as the individual performances collectively made the show worthy of the community- wide praise it received, indicating that the forthcoming plays would follow along the same lines of high achievement. Minelli ' s appearance on campus, with her director Alan J. Pakula, as publicity for her movie The Sterile Cuckoo attracted many curious stu- dents who were interested in hear- ing her viewpoints and feelings on the alienated college person-the basic theme of the film. Her in- timate reflections and discussion occurred simultaneously with The Imaginary Invalid to place a garland of excitement around an otherwise routine week of the fall term. 71 Freshman Class Elections dragged on through the month of October, longer than the usual ex- pectations of the candidates ' con- stituents. Questions of legalities arose among the members of the Student Association Elections Com- mittee through various student complaints and as a result, the out- come as to whom would emerge the Presidential and Vice-Presidential victors was delayed while thorough investigation of the issues was pur- sued. The arguments were placed before the student Court of General Sessions and upon appeal of the decision there and of the ethical involvements on the part of the defendent ' s counsellors, the case was carried to the higher Superior Court of Appeals where Chief Justice Gail Robinson and student Justices Stuart Kaufer and Luiz Simmons compiled their infor- mation to proceed with their first hearing of the term, their first matter of imposing jurisdiction since the Student Court System ' s initiation of last spring. We ' re not exactly lega around here, but me get by. 73 Fall Sports aroused more than the normal interest at A.U. this year. The good weather lured fans to the Baseball Diamond, the Rugby Field, the Cross Country Trails, the Soccer Field, Women ' s Varsity events, and Intramurals. Baseball yielded exciting moments to those who wandered to the games; the team ' s record of 6 wins and 8 losses seems erroneous when considering the improving perform- ance of the team. Rugby was again the focus of much student interest; the addition of this sport to our campus iast spring has made a great contribution to the athletics of A.U. The team was successful in winning its second straight cham- pionship, being undefeated in league play for the fall season. Cross Country also evoked much enthusiasm and AU hosted major meets in D.C. Soccer fans re- sponded to the unique feeling of rooting for an AU team with numerous victories. Intramurals dis- played the usual vigor that typifies them— the Knee-Football and Foot- ball seasons added to an extensive and eventful fall sports program. Kids aren ' t scared of new ideas they ' ll suiing at anything you ' ve got. . . 75 but the best part is you. . . 76 catch a fly- you re up. Play is no waste of time. . . 78 when you play you are as you are, 80 there is no pretense. CROSS COUNTRY Bottom row (L-R) Mike Armstronq Mike Kopetski— Junior Captain Chris Finger— Senior Captain Geoffry Walsh Ron Roach Joe Masonis Coach Power Top row (L-R) Larry Askling— Sophomore Captain Mike Banks Andy Harp— Freshman Captain Larry Stone Chris Hesiin Larry Green 82 8 3 The games people play . . . -■ , • 84 85 86 87 89 .i Win :, s- ■ ■ ■ •a. 90 SOCCER TEAM First Row (I to r) Robert Hogeland Brian O ' Neill Joseph Pereira Fahad Al-Rajaan Jim Tate Steve Telfeyan Brian Ingber Second Row (I to r) Jeff Wood Mark Lowenstein Richard Keough Ira Kamens David Rothberg Charles Dexter Manager Rich Pierce Third Row (I to r) Coach Boehm Alex Felton Calvin Henley Kenneth Davidson Rich Ciesielski Co-Captain Bruce Hinkel Mike Armes Chris Kalavritinos Co-Captain Cookie Dellinger 91 George Washington Hofstra LaSalle Georgetown William Mary West Chester Catholic St. Joseph ' s George Mason Temple Record: 6-5-1 Gallaudet Mt. St. Mary ' s Catholic LaSalle Gettysburg 27 Rider 35 St. Joseph ' s 17 West Chester 17 Temple 20 Record: 8-3 MAC Championships: 8th place Cross Country They are many, my dreams . . . 95 ..;■££ S»a-. 97 STUDENT; SjQpiPEACE UJe have faced mountains, and, if we haven ' t moved them . . . iJ|| m Mh . . uie have at least made a noticeable dent. 100 101 The world is a beautiful place or maybe ooly starving mbicb isn ' t bait so Ob tbe world is a beautiful place a tew dead minds in the higher places or a bomb or two upturned faces. , «r -tA. lo t-. 1 104 105 Play for more than yoo can afford to lose, I ntramurals are an important part of the athletic life here at A.U. Through the course of the year men and women participate in the varied program offered by the athletic de- partment. For those of us who aren ' t quite good enough for the varsity teams or don ' t have time to practice every day, they are the per- fect answer to the problem of in- activity. Activities range from such diverse areas as knee-football and touch football to bowling, swim- ming, wrestling, basketball, etc. There is something for anyone who is at all disposed towards sports. They beging with the commence- ment of school in the fall and run through the entire school year. The program is highly successful and somewhat too much so according to its director Billy Coward, who feels that the facilities are quite in- adequate to meet the great demand and enthusiasm of the students. 106 j % ■ . TF ' f» I 107 108 and you mill learn the game 4 £u r r 109 no 113 f k,f 1 ' ' 7 9? 115 Organizations Rushed to finish a Short Semester IT WAS THE BEST OF TIMES . . . This year, the Student Senate gave reason to hope that the As- sociation may deserve a place in the AU community. At the very least, its Friday afternoon meetings provided guaranteed entertainment for all. IT WAS THE WORST OF TIMES . . . As Henry M. Roberts turned over in his grave, the Senate took special delight in re-interpreting parliamentary procedure. Con- vinced that the sun rises and falls upon third floor MGC, the Associa- tion addressed itself to the impor- tant matters of the campus, outer community, and of course, spring elections. IT WAS THE AGE OF WISDOM, IT WAS THE AGE OF FOOLISH- NESS . . . The Senate did finally get around to support American with- drawal from Vietnam. It led the fight to open university facilities to the November Moratorium pratici- pants. It helped establish the AU Multiple Emergency Center, under- wrote the campus anti-pollution drive, called for student member- ship on the Board of Trustees, and delved into the possibilities of a stu- dent trust fund. On the other hand, it rejected an honors student as too incompetent to be on the Uni- versity court, decided that editors weren ' t qualified to be full mem- bers of the Student Publications Board, and concluded that if class government was good enough for the thirties, it ' s good enough for the seventies as well. And, in its fight against communism, the All- American Senate established club football. IT WAS THE EPOCH OF BE- LIEF. . . This year ' s Freshman Delegation was no worse or better than those of the past. Many an upperclass senator, however, did consider dousing them with a bucket of cold water. IT WAS THE EPOCH OF IN- CREDULITY . . . The Junior Class Delegation, more commonly known as the Cult of the Green Turtleneck Sweaters, provided staunch opposition to the progressive Whitmore Adminis- tration. Never has one delegation said " nay " against so many things. IT WAS THE SEASON OF LIGHT, IT WAS THE SEASON OF DARK- NESS . . . The Sophomore Delegation dis- tinguished themselves from the Freshman only by their chrono- logical age difference. The Senior Delegation repeatedly proved itself worthy of the faith and trust its constituents gave them. It was not unusual for one of the six senior statesmen to come into a senate meeting and ask, " Well, boys, how do I vote today? " Bob Whitmore found out that there is indeed a big jump from the comptrollership to the presidency. Vice President Jim Lazarus proved how far a smile and a pretty face can go. Meanwhile, Comptroller Artie Ruderman finally found out how many dimes there are in five dollars. As for the few girls that did sit on the Senate, most of the male members were thoroughly con- vinced that women do, indeed, be- long in the kitchen. IT WAS THE SPRING OF HOPE . . . The Student Association did provide hope that it may one day serve the student body. IT WAS THE WINTER OF DIS- PAIR . . . The tragedy is that too few senators realize that most students feel they can jolly well live without them. -CHVAM 118 Peanut Politics: Another Ditto year 119 Artie Ruderman— Chairman 120 Tom Block— Chairman ilitical Union Roger Wentz— Chairman 121 Bill Horn— Chairman Stephanie Smith— Chairman 122 Judy Loeb— Chairman Karen Selzer— Chairman 125 University Emergency Programming Committee Larry Wexler— Chairman 126 ft Roger Watts- Chairman 127 Craig Johnson— President John Korff— Vice-President Nancy Gendler— Secretary 128 Sophomore Class Officers Maik Brand— President Kip Spielfogel— Treasurer Sue Lee— Secretary 129 Dennis Muchnicki— President Marty Colin— Vice-President Alan Silverstein— Secretary 130 Senior Class Officers Ray Avrutis- President Sandy Rupp— Vice-President Lois Gardner Secretary 131 Sue French Chief Justice George Schaeffei— Chief Justice Steve Silver— President Jeanette Pearman— President 133 WAMU, the student operated station at AU, had a year of ex- pansion and development. In order to bring local colleges together, the Washington Intercollegiate Network was devised, sending WAMU pro- gramming to Trinity College and George Washington University, as well as receiving programs from GW. The station ' s broadcasting hours were expanded to nearly 24 hours a day, and news coverage of campus and world news was in- creased. For the November 15th Moratorium, WAMU was the anchor station of a college network of over 100 stations. WAMU is financed by the Stu- dent Association and advertising sold by staff members. The staff is made up completely of students, whose duties range from news coverage to disk jockey and sales work. Jon Lusher: Steve Dawson: Mort Goldstrom: Bruce Dickinson: Barbara Daitch: John Keator: Paul McJilton: Jim Kurtz: Station Manager Program Director Business Manager Music Director Publicity Director News, Sports, Special Events Coordinator Chief Announcer Engineer 135 The American American! The Beautiful. Packaging. Content. Concept. Efficient, easily broken down and put back together again. Expert; with the advice of Gestalt psychologists, lawyers financiers, mom ' s and dad ' s, and the whole United States World for inspiration. The ghost of William Butler Yeats sees, knows, is all. Net Effect? The editors have split for Caracas in fear of law- suits from the alumnists. Their parting request: " Come and join us Mrs. Williams, before it ' s too late. We yearn for you tragically. Re- spectfully yours, Danger- field, Phraploughe, Hawat, et. al. " To them that shall someday carry a similar banner: " Deprave thyselves, hold aloft thy white plumes, and trust in Jesus Christ Almighty. " 136 Michael— Editor Bart -Business Manager Roger Andy Laurie Peter Chap Sue Roily Sue Jack Sweetness Rob Cerphe 137 Steve Behrens— Editor James B. Lawrence—Managing Editor Ginnie Rhodes— News Editor Patrice Gancie— Political Editor Linda Duncan— Sports Editor Robert Landman— Arts Editor Martin A. Bronstein— Business Manager Fredda Zuckerman— Advertising Manager Rose Stoll— Accountant Mike Fierstien— Associate Advertising Manager Jim Youngerman— National Advertising Manager Ron King— Circulation Manager Joyce Ettingoff King— Photography Editor Writers: Kathy Alpert, Kim Brace, Elizabeth French, Skip Ferguson, Jim Gallagher, Steven Goldberg, Mike Goldstein, Debbie Lerner, Dan Mezibov, Sally Moffitt, Gary Nordlinger, Steve Perlmutter, Richard Pollack, Mary Ellen Porazzo, Jim Schafer, Paul Schwartz Meredith Skyes, Cliff Wilce. Copy Editors and Proofreader: W. Scott Jenkins, Nancy Kaufman, Mike Knepler, Barbara Mitchell, Marshal Morgan Mere- dith Skes. John Williamson— Production Manager 138 Five or six years after an editor of The Eagle decided to " go twice a week, " the paper returned to weekly publication. Along with another apparently backward step, the cut-back allowed a consoli- dation of effort to produce tighter editions. As student attention turned to academic governance and issues, the paper began its first regular coverage of the University Senate. In recognition of its less immediate role as a weekly, the Eagle, under the direction of Steve Behrens, adopted a pictoral front page with large— type blurbs on stories inside. Ray Avrutis modeled BVD ' s, Stu Kaufer and Alex Ajay needled the police education pro- gram, and professors pursued a lonely haggle over mission state- ments in the pages of the Eagle. Pressure to get the news fell on two hard-working news editors, Scott Custin in the fall, and Ginnie Rhodes in the spring. Organization suffered without a managing editor in the fall, but senior Jim Lawrence returned to his old job his last semester at AU. Marty Bronstein, Fredda Zuckerman, Rose Stoll and Mike Rierstein formed the most effective and amenable ad staff in Eagle history. These and numerous other individuals made their com- mittment, some almost unlimited, to produce a better paper. The Eagle 139 Talon Deen J. Sobin: Editor-in-Chief Babette Lipsitz-. Co-Editor Melvyn J. Stark: Business Manager Elaine Goldstein The Student Petie Kahn: The Year Kathy Simon: Seniors and Administration Fran Weiss: Greeks Jane Kushel: Greeks Ken Lore: Sports Barbara Kaplan: Index 140 1970 Talon, 1970: What are you doing 8:30 Saturday morn- ing? . . . We can prove its worth the extra money . . . people have told us it looks like a million bucks . . . but let ' s understand each other right off . . . (Hey, buddy, can you spare a dime?) . . . What are you doing 1:45 Sunday afternoon? . . . That picture is horrendous . . . print it ... I feel a hundred years old . . . How dare the bookstore be closed at only 1 a.m.? . . . No, you can ' t put your senior pic- ture in three months past the deadline ... If he ' s not here soon, I ' ll print them my- self . . . The S.A. will have a fit . . . put it in . . . What are you doing at 6:25 Wednesday night? ADELPHAI PANARISTAI C.J. Van Pelt— Chairman Cheryl Anton Joan Blum Laurie Coffin Jane Dietrich Chris Horton Ellen Katz Barb Mackay Deen So bin Ann Squires Elyse Wander Honoraries TASSLES Ivy Fine— President Helen Wallenstein— Vice-President Charlotte Ku— Secretary Dona Cooper Donna J. Harris Donna M. Harris Martha Hochberg Joan Keeney Barbara Merryman Deborah Newby Cam Huong Nguyen Connie Pensyl Barbara Pessa Joan E. Rothlein Lueienne Skopek Phyllis Talarowski Shelley Tompkin Cheryl Wald Rhona Wenger Judith Westheimer DIADEM Paula Rhodes— President Nancy Relyea— Vice-President Dotti Grimmel— Secretary Pamela Perry— Treasurer Babette Lipsitz— Historian Iris Cohen Dee Dee Golden Petra Kahn Beverly Katz Heather Leslie Jeanette Pearman Susan Powers Cathy Rehl Erica Ress Kathy Silvestrone MORTAR BOARD Mary Lee Kochensparger— President Julie Zatz— Vice-President April Testolin— Secretary Linda R. Logan— Treasurer Ann Coll— Pardo— Selections Chairman Barbara Shone— Historian Ellen Isaly— Editor Kathleen A. Bannon Joan S. Blum Susan Caghan Maureen Fastenau Ella Haile Petra Kelly Barbara Mackay Jacqueline Smith Julia F. Smith Elyse Wander FRATRES Dennis Klein, President Peter Betti Toby Garret Bob Greenberg John Hamshire Bert King Gary Minishon Newt Parkes Charles Rosenwald Len Sauter Elliot Schnier Gary Siben Hank Street OMICRON DELTA KAPPA Peter Betti— President Charles Rosenwald— Treasurer Peter Bateman Douglas Bernon Kelby Fletcher John Hampshire Stuart Kaufer Michael Lynch William Morrison David Rosenberg Elliott Schnier Luiz Simmons Robert Sondheim Robert Whitmore PHI MU ALPHA Donald Clinton Clapp— President Bruce Sargent Maccabee— Vice Pres- ident Michael Doran O ' Toole— Secretary Clyde Keith Fogleman— Correspond- ing Secretary John Edward Mueller— Warden His- torian William Ashton Banks Philip Roland Baxter Willis Wirt Bennett James Stuart Grant Wayne Rogers Jones Milton Ray Kidd Charles Kopfstein— Penk Michael Sta nky Kravitz John Edwin Marlow James Leven McLain Mark Franis Phellan Richard Louis Pratt Laurence Alan Reinhold Carl Geoffrey Simon Barry Lee Spangler Clifford Dain Thomson William Clinton Tregoning III Lawrence Eric Tucker Roe Ames Von Boskirk HURST R.ANDERSON FORENSIC SOCIETY Alan Webb— President Mitchell Stewart-Vice-President Janet Grissom— Secretary -Treasurer Susan Creager Susan Daley George Kowalski Lloyd Parlin N. Scott Sacks Jeromy Sherman Richard Striner Joel Wildman PHI KAPPA PHI Kathleen A. Bannon Charles L. Blackwell Diane E. Britz Basis Buchanan Joanne Burgner Susan B. Caghan Winifred R. Coulter Evelyn M. Dwyer Eleanor R. Feldbaum Gary Harris Delores E. Huseboe Carolyn A. Kaltreider Jean D. Lockwood Jasper C. Lupo Ignacio L. Moreno Douglas A. Nemier Susan D. Polansky Kathleen D. Sanders Leonard R. Sauter Barbara Ann Shone Martin N. Stone Matthew H. Street Denise L. Van Lieu Donna Williams Francoise Yohalem Julie Zatz s in American Colleges and Universities Peter Betti Ann Coll-Pardo David Duty Donna Eisenhower Susan French Robert Greenberg John Hampshire James Johnson Petra Kelly Jim Lawrence George Magee Charles Rosenwald Luiz Simmons Deen Sobin Ann Squires April Testolin C.J. Van Pelt Robert Whitmore Julie Zatz 145 William Causey -Chairman Fred Gushin— Chairman young Americans for freedom Ken Tobin— Chairman ill ' , " ■ 3 Vw» 147 Paula Rhodes— Chairman Bettye Arlington— President Alice Smith - Chairman Singers Musical entertainment for AU and the community was provided this year, as in the past, by three distinct groups: AU Orchestra, con- ducted by Professor Thomas H. Hill, AU Chorale and AU Singers both under the direction of Mr. Vito E. Mason. AU Chorale provided a good out- let for a select group of vocalists to express their talent. They were en- joyed by all at their Christmas and Spring concerts. Singers, a smaller and more select group of the best AU voices highlights each year with a 10 day tour across the country. This year their trip took them to Montreal. This group was also called upon throughout the year to perform a variety of musical pieces in the Washington area. It was at the re- quest of the White House, that Singers had the opportunity to demonstrate their ability at a Sun- day service in front of the President and several congressional and cabi- net members. 150 151 152 Orchestra 153 Got to move on, got to travel, walk away my blues. Intersession yielded a six-week relief as the new school calendar was further put into effect. Those who stayed for classes and credit offered by several departments found an empty campus, while the majority of students either traveled across the world or went home to work and or relax from finals and the previous shorf term. A group of photography students set out for Mexico only to return to a con- fused registration, crowded lines in the bookstore, and the well-known routine of school and classes. The lengthy vacation hardly seemed real, as its memories quickly faded into second semester. 155 156 « CLOSE DOOR 9NNr f 157 UTILITY 158 159 The cold weather brought A.U. athletes indoors for the winter. With Fall behind them, the accent changed to the basketball court, the swimming pool, and the wrestling mats. Basketball enjoyed somewhat limited success this year under the new coach but the team lost some heartbreakers to some highly ranked opposition. The teams wins over Syracuse and George Washing- ton were especially rewarding ones. Swimming was a success here this year, as it has been for quite a while, and the tankmen racked up another impressive season with the addition of some fresh talent. Things look even brighter for their future success. Wrestling rounded off the winter sports and the team had a good season. Several out- standing personal performances sparked the effort, and the new coach seemed to be headed for success. Athletes involved in sports this winter had to be especially ded- icated as they worked out in the snow, while the majority of the stu- dent body rested for six weeks. 160 First Row (I to r) Joe Schuck Greg Santora Barry Hadden Keith Rothberg Second Row (I to r) Joe Rogers - Coach Larry Roesell Art Bonte Alan Stiftleman Jose Aranha Jeff Simon - Manager Third Row (I to r) Rick Arthur Wayne Clark Roger Dailek Steve Rosenbaum Doug Jackson Sam Montgomery Scott Fein Doug Arthur 161 V 162 163 left to light Alan Meltzer Brian Ingber John Lawton Craig Wienerman Joe Masonis Coach Karch Rich Tomfoid Bob Book Bob Richards Bruce Hinkel Glenn Geiger Captain 165 167 The outcome of the game is in doubt . . . ' 169 until the hands of the clock BASKETBALL TEAM First Row (I to r) Dave Oliverio Jim Cook Dave Driscoll Bill Kagarise Reid Fader Tom Davis— Assist. Coach Second Row (I to r) Tom Young— Coach Mike Lynch Bob Schacter Dennis Lashick Gary Wallen Gordon Stiles Vince Schafmeister 170 point straight up. 171 172 173 AU Swimming Opp AU Wrestling Opp 59 Old Dominion 45 29 Baltimore 11 58 Lycoming 35 6 Towson State 28 69 Washington Lee 35 39 Hampden— Sydney 6 41 Temple U. 72 6 Rider 30 66 Loyola 37 86 Georgetown 16 3 Western Md. 33 60 Fordham 44 33 Loyola 9 68 Rider 22 25 Washington 18 62 St. Joseph ' s 41 6 Susquehanna 6 67 VMI 37 4 Bucknell 36 74 Duke 30 37 Gallaudet 10 58 Dickenson 35 29 Maryland 73 32 Catholic 8 63 Westchester 50 24 Va. Commonwealth 18 57 VPI 47 16 Dickenson 21 46 George Washington Basketball Winter Sports AU Opp 78 Georgetown 80 74 Furman 81 75 St. Joseph ' s 83 89 Bucknell 82 98 Hofstra 69 92 Syracuse 88 72 Lafayette 62 89 King ' s OT 88 64 Duquesne 103 63 Seton Hall 64 66 Westchester 64 61 Rider OT 62 84 Old Dominion 92 67 N.C. State 107 84 Loyola (Md.) 73 77 Catholic 65 55 Fair. Dickins. 57 76 Rhode Island 86 95 Gettysburg 78 86 LaSalle 106 90 G.W. 76 75 Navy 59 66 Temple 76 During the second semester, the AU Theatre gave the University Community some innovative and creative talent in both direction and acting. The wide acclaim which " Apple Tree " , an Annex produc- tion, received, is perhaps a tribute to the outstanding professionalism of this all-student work. Milan Kundera ' s " The Owners of the Keys " , is one of the new experi- mental plays from Czechoslovakia. A variety of mechanical and set techniques were employed as the audience was placed in a situation watching two scenes at once. 176 In anticipation of the November 15 Moratorium, The University Revolution course presented Abbie Hoffman who spoke of his expereinces at, and his opinions about, the Chicago trial. The Spring semester saw a political trend in speakers when Frank Mankiewicz, sponsored by the Kennedy Political Union, Sec- retary of Commerce Maurice H. Stans, sponsored by the School of Business, and Hubert H. Hum- phrey, sponsored by the Washing- ton College of Law, spoke on a variety of topics. 179 18! lo Be or Dot to Be: 182 ■ ) no 183 rC 1 1 ' HIE | ik w t ' ' ' " ' ' ■ k. 185 186 187 188 189 H P 1$ a E vzr w wfmt A «[ 1- im v r 8 pJP ■ 1 191 Spring saw the beginning of the Tennis, Golf and Track seasons for the year. Rugby was back after a championship Fall season in a tough league and competitors for the Spring season were rated top- notch. The Baseball team also came back with high hopes after a strong finish in the Fall. The Track team started the season uncertain of suc- cess due to weakness in many areas. However, there was strength in some highly rated individuals. Tennis looked forward to a good season as a large number of stu- dents went out for the team and old talent returned. The Golf team was back looking ahead to a strong season behind experienced players and new recruits. 192 % a ic F- i ■i N. ' - ' w r ' -% H ' ' n ' if ' ■ ' 1 h£ . _ v 1 trjTud TRACK TEAM First Row (I to r) Larry Greene George Muschamp Wilbert Smith Compton Godette John Grosses Joseph Pereira Second Row (I to r) Ed DeSalvio Andrew Thorburn Larry Askling Andy Harp Walsh Cliff Wilce Jerry Power- Coach Third Row (I to r) Greg Balosky Peter Holmes Peter Betti Bert Glenn Lewis Burley I II Mitch Segal Glynn Wood 193 I Hi hi ■ S f 9 £ J£ 7 IjW -,•■ ' ' ■ ' " -■■ " " » ■. . w " ' »« Fltt " J . k » ' " ' 1 It " Jit ' Ji ¥- " ' -fif " — - ; jv,-- m™ ' BASEBALL TEAM First Row (I to r) Abbot Morris Bob Sondheimer Joel Drury Ike Lichtenstein Mark Lowenstein Jack Melnick Second Row (I to r) Len Chaitin Sam Bernstein Eric Newland Jay Glucksman John Belluardo Bill Behrens Chuck Bobb Third Row (I to r) Paul Schwartz Steve Howard Gary Boyle Bill Kockenmeister Sam Rogers Chris Cushman Frazier O ' Leary Dee Frady— coach V t i r v m - k L ffit 9 195 There is no Reality . . Rugby Team 196 Except in Action TENNIS TEAM First Row (I to r) Robert Sherman John Yavelow Joe Mann Gerry Smolen John Korff Ron Cole Alex Felton Second Row (I to r) Tom Webster Michael Balmuth Robert Koch Kip Spielfogel Larry Bolder Tony Polak Robert Larick Third Row (I to r) Jeff Samuel Tom Fuhr Alfred Sklarew Philip Winter Kenneth Williams Dan Mezibov Martin Willner Larry Nyce— Coach 200 Mount St. Mary ' s Marc h 21 Home Bucknell Marc h 23 Home Delaware March 24 Away West Chester Marc h 29 Home George Mason Apri 2 Home Gettysburg Apri 7 Away Loyola Apri 8 Home Gallaudet Apri 9 Home St. Joseph ' s Apri 11 Home Rider Apri 14 Home Old Dominion Apri 17 Away Temple Apri 19 Home Catholic Apri 21 Home Georgetown Apri 23 Away Hofstra Apri 25 Away Towson Apri 27 Away George Washington Apri 29 Away LaSalle May 2 Away Georgetown May 4 Home Western Maryland May 7 Away West Chester May 9 Home Golf Delaware Marc h 30 Home Gettysburg Apri 6 Away St. Joseph ' s Apri 6 Away Loyola Apri 8 Home Lehigh Apri 10 Home Temple Apri 10 Home Georgetown Apri 13 Away George Washington Apri 15 Home Mount St. Mary ' s Apri 18 Away Western Maryland Apri 18 Away Hofstra Apri 20 Away West Chester Apri 20 Away LaSalle Apri 22 Home Seton Hall Apri 24 Home Rider Apri 24 Home Johns Hopkins Apri 29 Away Delaware Apri 29 Away George Mason May 7 Home M.A.C. Champs. May 11 Home Track Gallaudet March 24 Home AU Relays April 4 Home West Chester April 8 Away Colonial Relays April 10- -11 Away Lafayette April 15 Away Temple April 15 Away Penn Relays April 24- -25 Away LaSalle April 28 Home M.A.C. Champs. May 1 -2 Away Spring Sports Tennis Mount St. Mary ' s March 21 Home Bucknell March 23 Home Rider April 8 Home Washington April 9 Home St. Joseph ' s April 11 Home Loyola April 13 Home Delaware April 15 Home Old Dominion April 17 Away Gettysburg April 18 Away Temple April 19 Home Catholic April 21 Home Johns Hopkins April 23 Away Hofstra April 25 Away Towson April 27 Away LaSalle May 2 Away Georgetown May 4 Home George Washington May 6 Home Western Maryland May 7 Away West Chester May 9 Home Outstanding Senior Athletes Rich Tomford Due to the outstanding achieve- ment and high standards set by two of AU ' s senior athletes, the TALON, in conjunction with the Athletic Department, has decided to award this perennial honor to two deserving men. Rich Tomford, from North Merrick, New York, has an amazing 48—3—1 record through four years of wrestling. As a freshman he was a runner-up in the D.C. Amateur Athletic Union meet at 145 lbs. In Tomford ' s sophomore year, still at 145 lbs., he was a runner-up in the Mason Dixon Conference. Last year he was the Mason Dixon Con- ference Champ at 152 lbs. This year, as captain of the wrestling team, he led the team to its first winning season in history and the team looked for a fine per- formance from Rich in the M.A.C. Championships. Gordon Stiles, hailing from the District, was elected to the All Middle Atlantic Conference, in the foreward position, several times this year. He ' s only the seventh A.U. basketball player to score over 1,000 points. Stiles scored 1,012 points in his 63 game career. Over these four years he had an average of 16.1 points and 15.6 rebounds a game. He was AU ' s leading scorer, and the sixth leading rebounder in the Nation this year. His extra- ordinary ability was highlighted in the game against Georgetown in which he had 28 rebounds and in the LaSalle game in which he scored 31 points. Gordon Stiles 203 I 70 I leave: part of myself. I take: photographs. But is the picture a tenth of the thing? A hundredth? Is it anything without the smell and the yellow warmth when the fog lifts? Oh! but I got all that, too. It is exposed forever on the sensi- tive emulsion sheet Of my mind. 204 205 206 207 find the day . . . L MVCELfD became the year. " b» . 209 210 ft f» 211 These pages are windows. find windows are to see through 213 214 ■■■■■■■■■I 215 V •i »x M r ?-v ' k.$A Congressman, Whisk through. expert poverty. 218 219 Adventure and Beauty are not on the doorstep 220 L Turn a corner and things change . . . 221 222 Seek and ye shall find. 223 President George H. Williams Office of the President William F. Ahlstrom Assistant to the President John M. McKinley Controller 225 Anthony Morella Vice President and General Counsel Fritz P. Witti Vice President for Development and University Relations William M. McDowell Coordinator: Information Services Jack Reeder Editor of University Publications 227 Matthew Prestone Mail Service Supervisor Marian L. Barb Director of Alumni Relations Robert Frailey Director of Athletics John D. Schiavone Director of Personnel Services 228 W. Donald Bowles Vice President for Academic Affairs John E. Bevan University Registrar John Wakefield Director of Admissions Robert Cleary University Senate Chairman William P. Trainor Director: Audio-Visual Bernard Hodinko Vice President for Student Life Julia Billings Assistant to the Vice President for Student Life Joseph W. Neale Director International Student and Faculty Exchange ii i 231 Becky Gates, Andrew Bell Assistant Directors of Student Activities Terry Hohman Director of Student Activities Ruth Johnson Student Loan Officer Tom W. Sills Director of Student Aid William R. Spillman Placement Director V ' !. " ■ •«H II l ' III! till |,, u ' . ' " ' " . ' . ' : ' , ' ' ' 114 ii. «.;»«- | .■. ' 232 Robert S. Waldman Medical Coordinator Beatrice M. Hardy Head Nurse Leon R. Young Director of Housing v Sarah Marchant Assistant Director of Housing University Chaplains 233 John Baer Head Resident— McDowell Hall Gleno Letts Head Resident— Anderson Hall Beatrice Brickell Head Resident— Hughes Hall Robert Hearne Head Resident— Leonard Hall 234 F Denver D. Haymond Assistant Physical Plant Director William O Nicholls Vice President for Business Management 235 Alf J. Horracks Purchasing Agent Jo Williams Advisor to Student Publications James Sampson Bookstore Manager James A. Pizer Director of Dining Servi Ralph E. Dunn Assistant to Director: Physical Plant 237 SELECTED FACULTY Dr. Donald Derby, Secretary of the University, joined the AU faculty in 1947 as an Assistant Pro- fessor of History. During his long service here (1947-1969), he served as Assistant to the President, Provost of the University, Dean of Administration, University Dean, and as Vice President: Dean of Fac- ulties. He was named University Secretary in 1968. In this position, he served as Sec- retary of the University (Faculty) Senate and as AU ' s Faculty— Personnel Records Officer. His status placed him in the University Cabinet. Dr. Derby was born in New York City on May 14, 1908. He re- ceived his B.A. from Bowdoin Col- lege in Maine in 1931, and earned both his Master ' s and his Ph.D. at Harvard University. He was a mem- ber of Phi Beta Kappa. From 1942-46 he rose to the rank of Captain with the Army Security Agency, receiving a War Department Staff Citation for " ex- ceptional resourcefulness and organizational ability. " Upon his discharge from military service in 1946, he joined the National Archives in Washington as a re- searcher and writer. On July 10, 1969 Donald Derby died while vacationing with his family in Massachusetts. The following day President George Williams eulogized Dr. Derby in his message which stated, " Dr. Derby served the University loyally and well as a faculty member and ad- ministrator since 1947. His death is a profound personal loss to us all as well as a great loss to the University and to the academic world at large ... All who have been privi- liged to work closely with him will miss his friendship, his deep com- mitment to this University, and his warm relationship with colleagues and students. " It is in respect to his memory that we dedicate and establish this new section in the 1970 TALON honoring those previous and pre- sent members of the AU Faculty who exemplify the high achieve- ments and characteristics of Dr. Derby. After receiving school-wide nominations, a special screening committee of administrators and students discussed the 45 nominees and 10 were chosen to appear as SELECTED FACULTY for 1970. These people are being honored for their distinguished role in the uni- versity community and are recog- nized on the basis of their per- ception, enthusiasm, and most important, their continued interest in their work and students and in campus affairs. 238 Dr. Richard R. Anderson Assistant Professor, Biology " Only he who attempts the absurd can achieve the impossible. " —Anonymous % JL 239 Barbette Blackington Assistant Professor, Sociology " Students are the salt of the earth. The only hope for social change, improving the lot of humanity, of making a finer world to live in, lies with them. " — E. Franklin Frazier Cc cltUUmI (j J cJ y I IS 1 ,-, ' B ' Hl Mfc ■ 1 .1 Dr. Charles H. Goodman Associate Dean, Professor, School of Government and Public Administration " Righto It ' s very interesting! " Dr. Dorothy D. Gondos Professor, History " Nothing like some students to keep one young— er— . " SW , 2 - U I I i a .i Dr. Robert E. Goostree Professor, Washington College of Law, School of Government and Public Administration " Many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased. " -Daniel 12:5 Dr. Charles C. McLaughlin Associate Professor, History School of International Service " Let us cherish and intensify our love, helpfulness, our humor and our sense of joy. For without these we are not civilized. " X £- ? 2 " All things are lawful, but not all things are helpful. All things are possible, yet I will not be overpowered by anything. " -I Corinthians 6:12, 10:23 Dr. Theodore R. Rosche Professor, Philosophy and Religion 243 Dr. Abdul A. Said Professor, School of International Service " The truth about man is not as important as the miracle that man exists at all. " —Charles O. Lerche, Jr. Dr. Charles K. Wilber Department Chairman Associate Professor, Economics " . . . do not, I beg, remain on this sho_re . . . Better to perish with the revolution than to seek refuge in the almshouse of re- action. " —Alexander Herzen C l OAX f - hji, bts Shirley Yarnall Assistant Professor, English " I shouldn ' t admit it, but I like to grade papers. I always want to see if anyone wrote a good one. Sometimes I can even manage to convince myself that I had some- thing to do with it. " jx £j 245 William M. Wienbenga College of Arts and Sciences 246 Earl M. Delong School of Government and Public Administration Frederick J. Piotrow School of International Service Laura B. Kummer School of Nursing 247 Nathan A. Baily School of Business Administration r— Herbert Striner College of Continuing Education 248 College Of Arts And Sciences Marilyn Claire Abels Elementary Education Diane Abrams Design Cynthia B. Andreas Michael J. Ansell Art Education Communications Cheryl Louise Anton Gale Antonoff Elementary Education Psychology Betty Altschuler Education 249 Ah, I never intended to grow old Hark! New Year ' s Bells. Haiku Thomas J. Antorino Lois Pam Aron Elementary Education Susan Ausel French Raymond Avrutis Sociology Lynetta Sue Banks Sociology Barry L. Battista Vivian Barondes Political Science Sociology 250 Sandra Bazarsky David Ira Becker Susan Elizabeth Beckley History Psychology English Cheryl Robin Behl Janet Kathe Blaustein Elementary Education Journalism Judy I. Berg Jill Ellen Berkowitz Elementary Education Elementary Education Naomi R. Bloom English Joan Blum Elementary Education 251 Lynn Ann Bobst Jean M. Booth French Sociology fl W — ■ m fgfc K ■ ' V • »• idH |Bk " ' ■ A _ M ▲ t Charlotte Irene Bornstein Marvin Borofsy Education Public Relations Michael H. Bourque Robert S. Bremner Interior Design Psychology 252 Matthew Cirino Bruno Ann Louise Buff ington English Art History I ' ll continue to continue to pretend, my life will never end . . . 253 Ronnie Beth Canter Elementary Education Nancy Susan Card English Ottila M. Carl Music Anita Barbara Carton Broadcasting-Film Leonard E. Chaitin Political Science Donna Cheifetz Sociology Every man partly is . . . and wholly hopes to be. Dianne Janette Cleary Political Science 254 Courtney M. Clow English Andrea Valerie Cohen Harriet Lee Cohen Roberta B. Cohen English Elementary Education English Susan Phyllis Cohn History Donald Sherman Colwell Studio Art 255 Star Jane Comfort Sandra Greene Cox Elementary Education Spanish Sherry E. Cramer Elementary Education Linda Jane Crocker Art Victoria Jean Crusselle Physical Education Maryellen Daenecke Spanish 256 Maria Teresa DiSante French 257 Elsie Mae Diven Broadcasting Diane Elaine Doukas Elementary Education Ralph L. Durbin Mathematics 1 J mi i; mH. JTjA IW ' m Jwkk Patricia F. Dulin English Merrian Margaret Egan Journalism Kathleen Anne Erwin Sociology M. Jane Farrell Economics 258 Sue Feidelman Elementary Education Barbara Jane Feil Biology Susan Carol Feldman History Ruthanne Fetter Elementary Education Cynthia J. Fontany Sociology It will not come as a shock to anybody that academic freedom is a freedom which requires defense by each generation. Vice President Bowles September, 1969 259 Karl F. Fromuth, Jr. Distributed Sciences Patrice R. Gancie Communications John E. Gelvin, Jr. Political Science Margaret-Anne Genovese Elementary Education Linda Gerstein Elementary Education Bruce M. Gerrie History 260 Fft l inn ni;i Elaine Marie Getman Biology Vivian Gilbert Marc Gold Elementary Education History Ellen Ann Goldblatt Spanish Ruth A. Goldblatt Sociology Elaine M. Goldstein Art History 261 Leslie Joyce Goldstein Elementary Education Marc S. Goldstein Psychology Lynne D. Goodwin Margery Gordon History Art Education Richard Albert Gorman Debbie Anne Gould Journalism English 262 Valor le J. Graham History Rhonda Green Jane Carol Grossman Janet Grossman Elementary Education Political Science Elementary Education Gabrielle Von Grunau Linda Marie Guillard English History 263 Emily Diane Gunter Mary E. Hammond Statistics Elementary Education Mary Louise Haraguchi Journalism £5 1 Robert J. Harriman English Joseph L. Harris Biology Marian Wheeler Hart English 264 Thomas Porter Hart Karen Margaret Haus Jacquelyn Goodman Economics History Hayman Philosophy and Religion Joyce L. Hegyi Rosanne Heller Elementary Education Political Science Mary B. Hendrickson History 265 Kathleen M. Hoover Communications Anne Marie Hertz Jacqueline Anne Hilcken Elementary Education Design Sandra L. Hock Elementary Education Howard Hoffman Biology Craig Robert Hood History Carol Ann Hoover Art Design It is the time you have wasted on your rose that makes your rose so important. --The Little Prince 266 Christine Faith Horton Kathleen Ann Hughes Delores Elaine Huseboe Journalism Elementary Education French Ellen Sue Isaly Broadcasting Karen F. Ivanhoe George Michael Jacobstein James T. Johnson, Jr. Elementary Education History Physics Laura Jane Johnson French 267 Evelyn Judenberg _ Lynn S. Kantor Elementary Education Elementary Education Sharon Beth Kaplan Marcy Lynn Kardon Psychology-Education Elementary Education I thought my dreams would be enough for a while . . . Jeffrey Marc Kaspin Physical Education Ellen M. Katz Elementary Education 268 Janet E. Kaufman History Barbara Jo Kellner Elementary Education Kathleen M. Kimmerle Elois H. J. King Public Relations History Edward R. Kingman Ellen R. Kintz Communications Anthropology Jane P. Klatsky Elementary Education 269 Andrea B. Klein Spanish Timothy Gordon Kline Elaine R. Kraft Mathematics Elementary Education Michael William Lafferty Larry B. Langer English Public Relations Rise Lynn Leimsidor ' Music 270 Mary Ann LeMay Art-Design Caren Rae Lemberg John Edward Lennon Arnold Jay Lei man Elementary Education Journalism Political Science 271 Susan Rona Lert Elementary Education Alan Levy History Joyce Kaufman Levy Marcia S. Levine Elementary Education Elementary Education Linda F. Liebowitz Robin Felice Lipson Jean Lockwood Elementary Education Spanish Mathematics 272 Linda Rae Logan Elementary Education Roy Lopata Donnelle Mackin Lyons History History Scott R. Lyman Sociology George Everett Magee Elementary Education James A. Magnotti History Sandra R. Mamber Elementary Education 273 I must be what I must be and face tomorrow Laura Margolis Interior Design Linda Lee Marchant Speech Arts Michael F.S. Marlow English Mary Lynne Martinez Art Education Daune Maureen McDevitt John P. McElligott Political Science Philosophy 275 1 1 : § i. - Dennis M. McFaden Psychology Carole A. Mea Elementary Education Marilyn Frances Meigs Distributed Science Doris Ruth Meyrowitz Art History 276 Beverly Ann Minick Elementary Education Ann Caroline Minnerly Sociology A network of people of every race, class, creed and generation committed to the belief that in this crisis of violence and division it is man who can make the difference. Sheryl Linda Mittleman Elementary Education Lynn Modell Elementary Education 277 Ignacio Lamarque Moreno Gladys Moross Fine Arts History Glory R. Moyna History Jane Ellen Motus History Pamela Ann Murray Interior Design Patricia Susan Nave Communications Karolyn Nelke Speech Arts Claudia Neuhauser Donna Lynn Newman Elementary Education Art Education Michael M. Nitka Helene Norstrand William Barron Oakcrum Broadcasting History Mathematics Elsie Oftedal Anthropology To be a part ... to be apart . . . 279 Marilyn Ornstein Elementary Education Veronica Ostrander Speech Arts Linda Mary Ostrowski Michael Doran O ' Toole Russian Psychology Raleigh S. Page Art Rosalyn Pakett Statistics 280 Marianne L. Paul Journalism Where you came from is gone, where you thought you were going to was never there, and where you are is no good unless . . . you can get away from it. Joyce Rose Perkal Psychology Julie Kathleen Petty English Steve J. Pike Economics Zena Judith Polakoff English Susan Diane Polansky Psychology Nancy Ellin Pomerantz Elementary Education Vk ft U Gail Lois Rabin Communications Marguerita D. Ragsdale Journalism Nanette Rappaport Elementary Education Suzanne Lynne Rappoport Benjamin F. Reed Barbara Ellen Reich Anthropology History English 282 Arlene L. Reiss Kathleen N. Reiter Elementary Education Communications Sandra Ann Reshefsky Frederick Resnick English History Sara Jane Rhodes Political Science Sharon Lynn Rice Speech Arts Susan M. Ridgeway Gail Karen Robinson Elementary Education Political Science 283 ▲. Susanne M. Robinson William Jay Robinson Timothy Peter Rose Elementary Education Public Relations Economics Fay Rubenstein Speech Arts David Alan Rosenberg Ruth C. Rosenzweig History Elementary Education Sharon Anne Rous English Pamela Ann Russell Design 284 Toby F. Sachnoff Elementary Education Steven Mark Saferin Public Relations Ellen Samuels Lynda Miriam Samuely Elementary Education Elementary Education Len Sauter Political Science Stacey Wynne Sayer Sociology Sandra Schachter English Kathleen Marie Schiavi Elementary Education 285 Dale Ellen Schimel Psychology Caryn Rae Schlesinger English Wendy Schnee Elementary Education I don ' t know where I ' m going because I ' m not there yet . . John Phillip Scholl Peggy Schwa rz English Elementary Education Nancy Seaton Fine Arts 286 Carol P. Seeherman Elementary Education Elizabeth Ann Selkowe Sara Perry Sexton Carol Alvis Shapiro English Anthropology Broadcasting The big, bright sign: exit. Jeneen Sheban Broadcasting-Film Margaret Sherwood Elementary Education Barbara Ann Siegel French 287 Karen Lee Silver Elementary Education Daisy M.Smith Gary P. Smith History of Art History £% k Lee Frank Smith History M. Elayne Smith English Warren Edward Smith Psychology 288 Deen J. Sobin Jean Catherine Somers Elementary Education Psychology Nancy Spalinger Sociology Marc Fredric Splaver Journalsim Ann Squires Public Relations Charles Stansbury Sociology 289 Susan Louise Steinbach English Electra Stergios English Judy Sue Stern Elementary Education Neil Michael Stern Sociology Katherine Sue Stone Elementary Education Susan Louise Strype Elementary Education Claudine Sumner Fine Arts 290 for All Ihat Has for All Ihat Illill Be yts -Dag Hammarskjold 291 Jeanne Taborsky Chemistry Andrea Jill Tabot American Studies tf k Ted Tannenbaum History Sally Marie Tassani Design Cathy Tendler French Judith E. Tisch Psychology Pamela Avis Townshend Elementary Education Kathleen Trainor French Peter F. Trapp History Frances Ann Travers Sociology Susan Lee Trompetter Biology Susan Lynn Trout Mathematics Ruth H. Tucker History Somewhere a mountain is moving . I ' m afraid it ' s moving without me. Frank Tufano English Harry A. Linger English Jessie Victoria Vega Anthropology 293 Gay C. Venier Elementary Education Susan D. Wescott Elementary Education Gale Ivy Vinnet Michael A. Vocatura Sue Ann Walhay English Political Science English Janet Audrey Wallace Ambrey Catherine Ward History Sociology Vicki Jan Warren Helen Louise Weeks Elementary Education History 294 John Craig Weigel Public Relations JoAnn Weinstein Christina Dianne Wescott History Sociology Alix E. Wexler Sociology Elise R. Wexler English Sandra Ann Wilcox Donald Ross Williams Anthropology History Linda FayeWineland Elementary Education 295 Alice B. Womas Psychology Erica Diane Wulf Journalism Howard Henry Zimmern Carol Lee Zipper Economics Elementary Education Fredda Zuckerman Psychology Karen Ellen Zuckman Public Relations 296 Marc Allen Baas Overseas Business Representation Douglas Baldauf Bernon Peter H. Betti International Studies International Business School Of International Service Lucy Eleanor Blackmar International Relations Diane Elizabeth Britz Gary William Boyle International Relations International Studies Margaret Anne Campbell Donald G. Carlson International Relations International Relations Anne Lucile Coll-Pardo Paul V. Cropley Jane Evans Diedrich Spanish Latin International Business International Relations American Studies Michael T. Dixon Foreign Service Lydia A. Drongowski International Relations Michael Irwin Epstein Diane Lynne Esslinger International Relations International Relations 298 Denis Craig Feldman Bonnie J. Freund Overseas Business International Relations Barbara Anne Gardner Lois Mary Gardner Donna Marie Gibson International Service International Relations Overseas Representation Dianne Marie Gilpin Marc Michael Goloven Lynn E. Goolman Overseas Representation International Relations Overseas Representation 299 Robert B. Greenberg Betty Sandra Groppel International Relations International Relations Margaret Hoppe Dawn L. Hutchins International Relations International Relations Petra Karin Kelly Duk Hoy Kim Mary Lee Kochensparger International Relations International Business International Relations 300 David Kenneth Kuhn Cleo Kyin Oo Thomas Barry Lent Overseas Business Russian Area Studies International Relations Brian Michael McNamara Thomas Whittier Medearis International Relations International Relations Barbara Lyn Miller William Harlan Morrison International Studies International Relations Cail Richard Moskey John L. Nantz I lona B. Nickels International Relations International Studies I nternational Service ] ! Jane Christina Ostrander There ' s no such thing as an instant tomorrow ... we have to start where we are, and we ' ll have the best chance where we are. Congressman Bill Steiger September, 1969 Deborah French Orian Areas Carolyn A. Peters German Western European Studies Kenneth Earl Roberts International Relations Charles R. Rosenwald International Studies Mirjana Samardzija International Relations Kitty Ann Schnabel Steven Richard Serafin International Relations International Business 302 Edward C. Shomaker Alice Mary Smith International Relations Ove rseas Representation Julia Frances Smith Suanne Smith International Relations International Relations Martin J. Scheina Spanish Latin American Studies Susan Linda Snow Martha Valerka Snyder Spanish Latin Latin American Area Studies American Studies Bruce William Stein International Relations Rosalie M. Stoll John Stephen Strauss Overseas Representation International Relations Morton Strauss Political Science Susan April Testolin Angela Catherine Tramoutin Japanese Area Studies International Relations Sharyn Maryane Urban Carol Jane VanPelt International Studies Russian Area Studies Jonathan D. Ward International Business A h Alan John Webb Robert H. Wedgwood International Studies Overseas Representation Charles William Whiteman International Relations Robert W. Whitmore Robert Cook Wible International Relations Overseas Representation Linda M. Wilson Jonathan H. Wolff International Studies Overseas Representation Julie Zatz International Relations 305 School Of Rursing Suzanne Elizabeth Hoffman Medical Technology Brenda Marie Carres Nursing Susan A. Dasher Nursing Ella Virginia Haile Nursing Doreen R. Sherwood Nursing Barbara Ann Shone Nursing Esther C. Williams Nursing Bonnie Zerner Medical Technology . r » V Of Confinuina Education Michael D. McClurkin Law Enforcement 307 School of Business Administration David J. Baron Marketing Marilyn Joan Berkowitz Personnel Management Glenn Richard Berlin Marketing-Transportation Charles Lee Blackwell Real Estate Fran Blechman Data Processing Martin A. Bronstein General Business Charles E. Brunswick Joanne Burgner Data Processing Accounting Alan M. Byroade General Business Lawrence B. Battley General Business Steve L. Caplan Robert Eugene Clarke Data Processing General Business A man can be a man no matter where he finds himself. -Robert Fox James O. Coleman Marbury L. Councell III Marcia Helen Deitch Marketing Marketing Accounting George Reed Dellinger Bartlett Alexander Derrick General Business Finance Susann Dee Felton General Business Michael Fierstein Real Estate Joshua M. Gitomer Accounting Alan Scott Goldner General Business Morton Goldstrom III Bennett Andrew Hall John Hampshire Marketing Marketing Real Estate David Warner Harris Jr. Stephen Gordon Hawes Jane Elizabeth Heller General Business International Business Marketing Alice Sandra Horwitz Marketing Robert P. Jones Real Estate to.41 Jon Shannon Jouvenal Finance X Chris Louis Kalavritinos Steven Barry Klatsky Real Estate Accounting Dennis M. Klein Personnel 312 Richard D. Kline Real Estate Frederic J. Kraft Marketing Kenneth Howard Kures Accounting Robert A. Larick Theodore Frederick Laux Gerald Neal Lichtman Accounting General Business General Business Steven I. Lieber Accounting Robert F. Liner Real Estate Patricia P. Mason Meryl Michele Milch Ronald F. Moser Marketing Transportation Francis J. Nowak Gerald H. Perkins Real Estate Marketing Richard Lewis Pinion Thomas Olivet Prince Steven M. Reisman General Business General Business Pre-Law 315 Kenneth Steven Schaeffer Marketing Frederick William Sample Jr. Data Processing Jeffrey Ronald Schwartz Stephen Louis Siessmayer Bart A. Simon Accounting Accounting Marketing A1± Michelle Anne Spicer Alan Stackman Marketing Real Estate 316 Melvyn Jay Stark Personnel Management Brian L. Strauss Data Processing Lewis Walter Thomas Finance William Pernall Walker Jr. Finance Sydney Anderson Trimble General Business S 4a cx Robert Weinstein Accounting Lloyd Winkler Finance Karen-Ronnie Adler Government Kenneth E. Ahl Government Colin H. Alter Government School Of Government Public Administration I ' m ready to go anywhere I ' m ready for to roam . . . Neil M. Canton Richard Allan Ciment James Clarence Cusser Government Political Science Government am here for the duration . . . -Carl Rowan September, 1969 Thomas H. Davis Government Patricia Ann Dohnke Political Science A.fc Barry Entin Ira Charles Feldman Government Government Oarshal I S. Filler Government Susan Lynn French Government William Fuhrman Government Jonathan N. Garver Katherine Maria Gibb James Clarke Gocker Political Science Political Science Political Science Pfel } m Robert Roger Goulka Government Howard Graff Government Robert Aaron Greenberg Fredric Gushin Government Government Carol Ann Hanchett Government Philip Franklyn Harris Political Science Susan Elizabeth Hart Government 321 Each Member of the American University community will, as a matter of conscience, determine for himself the. position he takes on this important national issue. George H. Williams October 15, 1969 Donna Teresa Jones Political Science Erwin H. Katz Government Maryellen Keogh Political Science Bert Marcus King Government Leah Ann Knight Margaret Mary Kocis Government Political Science Andrew Lane Political Science Robert Jay Lavine Government Robert Henry Lenn Government Regina Liang Political Science Joseph R. Liro Political Science Judith Ann Loeb Govenment tf k Kenneth Gene Lore Government 323 Kathy Jo Miller Government George Moran Government William Joseph Murphy Government Quentin Gudger Parker Kenneth Lewis Piper Political Science Political Science Rollinde Prager Political Science David Brooks Reese Thomas A. Roha Political Science Political Science Bernard E. Rosen Government Joseph Harris Rosen Andrea Rosenbaum Government Government Jill Rudi Political Science Ann Ruth Scheinbaum Political Science David Clark Scheinman Martin M. Scoratow Political Science Government W. Geoffrey Seeley Judith Ellen Sherer Government Government rh£ Gary L. Siben John Gregory Sistl Political Science Government Allen Douglas Smith Government Bruce Arthur Smith Mathew Henry Street Political Science Government Linda Joyce Swift Government Kevin L. Tucker Political Science John E. Vargo Political Science Barry Lee Wasser Political Science Marcus Samuel Weiss Stephen Weiss Government Political Science Anthony Witlin Government Charles Paul Ziegler Government 327 this is my education for within me I have found me, and I can sleep for there has been acceptance 328 Inter fiatemity Council Elliot Schneir— President i - Ellen Katz— President 329 And let there be no purpose in friend- ship save the deepening of the spirit. . . . And let your best be for your friend. If he must know the ebb of your tide, let him know its flood also. For what is your friend that you should seek him with hours to kill? Seek him always with hours to live. For it is his to fill your need, but not your emptiness. And in the sweetness of friendship let there be laughter, and sharing of pleasures. For in the dew of little things the heart finds its morning and is refreshed. The Prophet , by Kahlil Gibran AEIT 1. Len Beard 2. Jim Frost— Pledge Master 3. Dave Smith 4. Walt Coombs 5. Steve Manas 6. Bert King 7. Don Goldbert 8. Myron Silverstein— Vice President 9. Art Fornari 10. Andy Goldblatt 11. Carl Mohrwinkle 12. Bill Fuhrman— President 13. Scott Tanne 14. Jim Speiser 15. Jack Sukov 16. Gary Katz 17. Mort Goldstrom 18. Gene Bell 19. Steve Berger 20. Tom Jacobs 21. DaveCamobell 22 Bernard Canarick— Corresponding Secretary 23. Alan Luba— Recording Secretary 24. Terry Stranke 25. Robert Sondheim 26. Bill Horn 27. Jim Lazarus 28. Steve Heckler 29. Frank Forte— Treasurer h j A 331 9hp 1. Sam Pure 2. Rich Strauss 3. Rick Dowdell 4. Harry Orenstein 5. Mark Knouse 6. Dan Dager 7. Bob Hersch 8. Jim Tarbell 9. John Parisi 10. Jim Cole 11. Tom Lent— Vice President 12. Tom Fuhr 13. Manuel Rapapport 14. Len Sauter 15. Dave Mazur— Pledgemaster 16. Bob Vandegrift 17. Mike Armes 18. Andy Schact 19. Tony Torres 20. Marnix Van Der Plas 21. Dave Kuhn— President 22. Mike Feldman 23. Rick France— Treasurer 24. Bruce Weise 25. Marty Rosen Think of a small, select brother- hood of individuals sharing the common bond of friendship and you have Alpha Sigma Phi. A brotherhood as varied as its pur- poses, the Alpha Sigs have created the " ideal " tight-knit fraternity. A Saturday night costume party, a Sunday picnic at Great Falls, a boat ride on the Potomac, the annual Fall Sweetheart Dance, the weekly Sunday night meeting, all are part of Alpha Sigma Phi. An Alpha Sig working in the book store or a disc jockey at WAMU, sponsoring a basketball pep rally and the Sig Olympics, or raising money through Laurel and Hardy Film Festivals . . . winning the fraternity basket- ball, volleyball, and swimming sports competition or learning to lose in other sports, we always try to keep the prime puspose of our fraternity clearly in mind, " To Better the Man " . An unknown face in the crowd, a rush party, the bid, a pledge, the growing friendships, and finally the pride of becoming a brother of Alpha Sigma Phi— our goal fulfilled. ' ¥$ : WR9 . ' ? W W pti y . - V? p ; V " " ' -.- ' i ' : • li?l ■ " - - v, is 1 . 5 A20 333 ««• % fA, yjsi AX£2 334 1. Laura Legler 2. Kathy Freeman 3. Linda McGarry 4. Chris Horton— Second Vice President 5. Alice Paterick 6. Dee Ann Riegle 7. Becky Lewis 8. Peggy Dorrell 9. Bev Shulman 10. Diane Cleary 11. Kathy Boyer 12. Susan Braun 13. Sandy Throop 14. Lynn Fowler 15. Iris Cohen— Third Vice President 1G. Donna Hill 17. Joanne Hill— Panhellenic Representative 18. Pamela Perry 19. Gwen Pritchard 20. Jane Fanuka 21. Marcia Cuturillo 22. Chris Cole— Rush Chairman 23. Barbara Chirichella 24. Kathy Silvestrone 25. Sue Powers— Treasurer " Alpha Chi Omega, to thee our song shall rise ... " Beta Rho chapter of Alpha Chi Omega, a sisterhood of unity, of friendship, of involvement. Out- standing girls working together to ever seek the heights. Diverse activ- ities including WAMU, the AU theater, SA, WRA, AU publica- tions, and Woman ' s Sports. An active social season highlighted by a Halloween " come as you are " party, a Christmas party, and a Spring Formal. Alpha Chi Omega- Outstanding Sorority on campus for the second consecutive year, scholastic honors, members of Adelphi Panaristae. A unit working together to show their best at Sig Olympics and Songfest. Alpha Chi Omega Friendship: a warm, sympathetic heart; a kid- napping to William and Mary College, a trip to Gifford ' s for ice cream; a kind word; a smile; and a prank or a birthday surprise. A sorority of many distinct indi- viduals as friends. A chapter of love. Alpha Chi Omega involvement: A chapter active in philanthrophy by adopting and supporting an Indian girl. Sisters working on li- brary and theater funds. Involve- ment in SA and coordinating committees. Young Democrats and Young Republicans. Community activities. Striving for a new AU. Alpha Chi— rally. Alpha Chi Omega: olive green and red— a lyre pin of pearls striking in harmony the chords of " My Symphony " — Alpha Chi Omega, a sisterhood involved, aware, active, NOW! 335 1. Dan Brock 2. Sam Rogers 3. Brian Ingber— Social Chairman 4. Art Bonte— Treasurer 5. Bill Murphy 6. Ken Lore 7. Dennis Klein 8. Neal Fitzpatrick— Usher 9. Ken Scutari 10. Newton Parks— President 11. Joe Schuck 12. Jack Kosen 13. Bob Donaghue 14. John Walley 15. Dan Millard 16. Roger Dallek 17. Bob Lichtenstein 18. Bennett Hall 19. Skip Stevenson 20. Ken Williams— Pledgemaster 21. Pete Yost 22. Carl Morrell 23. Ed Hallet 24. Dave Phelps 25. George Glover 26. Mort Strauss 27. Grea Bolosky 23. Bill Zeppenfeld— Sentinel 29. George Kawalski 30. Pete Farm 31. Bob Macfarlane 32. Wayne Clarke 33. Steve Emory 34. Rich Gionotti 35. Gary Wallen 36. Mike Graham— Vice President 37. Bob Richards 38. Gary Boyle 39. Hank Street— Scribe 336 ATfilS FOREVER AT£2 Whether discussing foreign policy in Chinese, experimenting in the lab, or teaching in elementary schools, Delta Gammas are indi- viduals. The Delta Gamma Sisters find themselves among sports en- thusiasts, international and national travelers, the socially conscience, and the amourous hunters. This all creates more fun and varied programs. D.G. ' s can find their bag in powderpuff football, car rallies, government speakers, mixers, a discussion with the fac- ulty advisor, Mr. Savage, or reading to the blind at the Library of Con- gress. Surprise cookies or P.J. trips to Annapolis or National Airport show the creativity found in the unified group. Even though Delta Gamma can be found in all parts of life, on and off campus, their individuality makes a better sisterhood. AT Lois Pleiman Jeanette Pearman Jackie Hilcken Linda Maurer Carole Mea Sandy Applegate— Second Vice President Barbara Marron Susan Kane Beryl Lowenthal Chris Corporon Ana Fernandez— First Vice President Pam Murray Margi McNitt Dawn Hutchins Pat Nave Karen Dalinsky Debbie Perkins Cheryl Anton— President Corrin Campbell Lynn Bobst Lindsay Happel Joan Keeney April Testolin— Rush Chairman Ann Squires— Recording Secretary Shelia Robertson Anne Greenblatt Kathy Speich Sheena Rapoport Barbara Feil Julie Zatz Carol Hanchett Fran La Spina Pat Skinner Barbara Shone— Treasurer Janet Newport Regina Liang Cathy Lord Lisa Tavema Hope Robinson Janet Previc— Pan Hel Representative Mary Mathews Pam Townshend Cecily Cone 339 : A ' h - r wA §mpm ™ v • • • 7 • v ■ 4 R The sisters of Beta lota of Kappa Delta have completed another year at the AU campus— gladdened by the addition of two outstanding pledge classes, and saddened by the loss of those graduating sisters. This has been a great year for Kappa Delta— a year in which the close bonds of sisterhood have brought warmth and true friendship to all its members. The Kappa Delta ' s enjoy being together and doing the things that make them happy— and make others happy. Happiness is the KDs in Hades skit for rush; bid day dinners; a Halloween party; carving pumpkins for the children at Sibley Hospital. Happiness is getting a pyramid up; a letter from our adopted brother Alfred; discovering one of your sisters is pinned or engaged. Happi- ness is knowing that your efforts are helping a small child at the Crippled Children ' s Hospital; a KD parents weekend in the spring; a brunch with another sorority; a cider and donut party after Sig Olympics; an informal get together in the Tavern. Happiness is being a part of the best sorority we know. Happiness is being a KD! 1. Sally Tassani 2. Marilyn Meigs— Vice President 3. Sandie Hock 4. Lesley Burt 5. Linda Biownlee 6. Cheryl Imperatore 7. Janie Vitulli 8. Diane Esslinger 9. Tessie Capellas— Editor 10. Fran Schaaff— Treasurer 11. Janet Malouf 12. Gail Berry 13. Dora Miller 14. Corinne Gricourt 15. Nancy Donahue 16. Marilyn Fisher 17. Pam Russell— President 18. Sally Barton 19. Allyson Greig 20. Joan Later 21. Tracy Kirkham 22. Sue Strype 23. Kathy Imperatore 24. Kathy Trainor 25. Amy Needleman 2y. Ellen Simpson— Secretary 27. Sharon Rice 28. Anne Coll— Pardo 29. Peggy Orlin 30. Betsy Phalen 341 Changing institutions breed changing individuals. The synthesis that is a part of American higher education breeds a new species of student. A student seeking his own individuality, his own identity. Yet the concept of the group, the notion of responsibility and obliga- tion to others, the ideas of con- sideration and community live within the framework of a fra- ternity. Phi Epsilon Pi justifies its exis- tence as a mutual need. A need for the individual to find others and to find himself through the group. The fraternity becomes a vehicle. A vehicle for self-expression, creativ- ity and commitment to things other than one ' s self. Activities offer the channels for participation. Active in all forms of campus activity, the fraternity attempts to fill the gap. It provides a house, a physical symbol of community. Sports and social activities offer the outlets. Commitment to community activ- ities offers the opportunity for con- scious involvement. Perhaps most important. P hi Ep is a fraternity completely emersed in a tradition of being the best, and offering the most. A heritage of sports and social excellence has built a group that is consciously aware of change, aware of its own limitations, and aware of college reality. DDGDGBDGBDGBDGBGBDBGDDDG 33 35 342 39 41 Ja$ { 45 47 17 ( 38M0T 18 19 42 43 f20V 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 2 ' J. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 3b. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. Bob Remoy Dodd Farber Greg Schlesinger Jeff Citron Rod Romance Dudly Furber Basil Fludneybunt Honest Jeff Lou Paone Scott Canner Steve Birnbaum Craig Mandel David Weisman Larry Lipton Rich Ross Rich Delinko Bernard Doohicki Ralph Nadar Jim Morrison Manny Mota Carlo Mondello Bernie Baum Scott Towels Paul Peyote Fred Kraft Mark Master Bruce Cohen Neil Simon Neil Heller Cory Greenberg Matt Kamins Rich Nieman Steve Sachs Mark Levine Rich Horowitz Jeff Rosen Steve Karpf Rose Jaffa John Epper Jowls Zombadril Saxaphone Howie Masa Mond Kamins Chuckie Mumbles Alphabelt Man Bruce Cohen Mr. Bate Dr. Crust OEII 343 OEK 344 The last two years, Phi Sigma Kappa has been chosen the best fraternity at A.U. Something extra- ordinary must be offered by Phi Sig in order to deserve this honor. It is. When people join our house, they become involved in a beautiful experience. It ' s an experience of giving and receiving. Helping and being helped. It ' s relating to other people. We get together. We accept people for what they are and ask only that they be themselves. It ' s really beautiful. It ' s what it ' s all about— how to live with people. Different types of people. Phi Sig offers true brotherhood. And brotherhood is relevant. 1. Jon Ward 2. Dennis Church 3. Mike Stoll 4. Rich Pierce 5. John Conlon 6. Mark Brand 7. Len Chaiten 8. Chris Cushman 9. Karl Ottosen 10. Charley Cook- Pledgemaster 11. John Hampshire—President 12. Chris Kalavritinos 13. Len Schoenfeld 14. B. Allen Hinkle 15. Tom Wotring 16. Joe Bigler- Secretary 17. Marc Baas Treasurer 18. Mike Lipson 19. Larry Flugar 20. Bob Shwartz 21. Bob Bouley 22. Ira London 23. Fangman Phillips— Vice President 24. Muhammed Aleache 25. Scott Fein 26. Charly Dexter 27. John Patterson 28. Meatball Viseglia 29. Mysticman Scheina 30. Paul V. Cropley 31. Lump Kamen 32. Weasel 33. Ed Kingman 34. Jim Tate 35. Fox Magee 36. Pat Melnick 37. George Ruthhauser 38. Dave Reichart 39. Todd Wodford 40. Z 41. Smallbody (not pictured) 1. Bev Katz 2. Ellen Harrison 3. Ava Goldman 4. Harriet Goldman 5. Karen Buckner 6. Debbie Vitale 7. Sandy Kaplan 8. Joanne Sardinsky 9. Ellen Sommer 10. Abby Rosen 11. Betty Janowitz— Pledge Mistress 12. Diane Green 13. Elyse Wander— President 14. Cathy Rehl 15. Chip da Costa— Pledge Mistress 16. Marilyn Berkowitz 17. Lynn Eggenberger 18. Jill Cohen-Panhellenic Representative 19. Lynn Cantor 20. Sue Feidelman 21. Joan Blum— First Vice President 22. Maxine Siegel 23. Cynthia Udelson 24. Ellen Selzer 25. Tern Wasser 26. Gail Rosen 2 7 Rhonda Miller 28. Susan Wolff 29 Fran Shapiro Leave it to the Phi Sigs to do some- thing new and unconventional— like wading in a fountain on a chilly fall day. This is the type of enthusiasm and spirit which pervades the sisterhood in all we do, be it applying for member- ship in the Mouskateers during Song- fest, planning a clothes drive for Junior Village, or conducting a retreat, despite a flu epidemic. Phi Sig attracts the kind of girl who doesn ' t mind being awakened at 5:00 for breakfast by over-anxious pledges, or who really enjoys a 7:00 a.m. kidnap to National Airport. On a more serious side, she is also the type of girl who sells candy for the Kidney Foundation, tutors in the Inner City, and helps out another sister with a problem. There is nothing more enjoyable than seeing the sisters double-date with their parents on Parents ' Weekend, or welcome back the alums who have re- turned to see our pyramid grow. Recalling experiences such as these brings to mind the warm glow of that " special Phi Sig feeling " which is a part of every pledge, active, and alum. It ' s just this feeling that keeps us warm and smiling while wading in a fountain on a chilly fall day. i 022 347 i «M8hsI £££! ' ft TEO 348 : a w TAU EPSILON PHI is: beating . . . Hofbeig ' s . . . wrestling show . . . the firehouse . . . hangs ... " a great guy " . . . nicknames . . . Brow . . . Yogi . . . Lupe . . . Glasses . . . the snack bar . . . " the house " . . . bagel and lox parties . . . Furd . . . Pimp . . . Thighs . . . " wrong " . . . N.S. . . . fun and games . . . Sidney Sun tag ... Pubes . . . Crane . . . Clevs... Eagle . . . football practice . . . hot boxing . . . " social club " . . . boat- . . Rock . . . Boff . . . Bernie . . . good and welfare . . . Joe and the all-night B . . . T.T. Barry . . . International Food Night... ' ' golden " . . . friendship . . . brotherhood . . . TEP 1. Marc Asher 2. Dave Slotnick 3. Gary " Brow " Seide-Rush Chairman 4. Ben " Boff " Goodman 5. Marc Splaver 6. Bob Lupowitz 7. Al Lewis 8. Ron Zlotoff— Historian 9. Steve Leiderman 10. Harvey Tekel— IFC Delegate 11. Amie Kamler 12. Bob Shavelson— Social Chairman 13. Les Ruben— Social Chairman 14. Steve Gordon 15. Alan Goldner 16. Tony Palaigos 17. Jerry Hershkowitz IS. Bob Weinstein 19. Bob Levin 20. Wayne Richman— House Manager 21. Gary Roth 22. Mark Simon 23. Lee Kaufman 24. Larry Schneider 25. Chuck Bobb 26. Ron Moser— Executive-at-Large 27. Mike Walcoff 28. Preston Levitt 29. Neal Hirsch 30. Gary Minisohn 31. Jody Miller 32. Chet Davis— Executive-at-Large 33. Tony Pollack 34. Jud Fischel 35. Les Levine 36. Jack Warner 37. Hurst R. Anderson 33. Hal Tucker $9. Steve Gurwitz— Bursar 40. Neil Stern 41. Bob Stat Z. Sanfurd Wolf-Scribe 43. Eddie Albert— Chancellor 44. Craig Weinerman 45. Jon Garver 349 1. Bob Broudy 2. Mike Goldsmith 3. Jimmy Goldstein 4. Steve Saferin 5. Steve Zager 6. Mike Fierstein 7. Norm Himelfarb 8. Fred Levine 9. Darryl Worobow 10. Al Miller 11. Mark Rosen 12. Paul Levine 13. Reid Fader— Secretary 14. Roger Synenberg— Pledge Father 15. Gary Axelrad 16. Bob Liner 17. Lou Trager 18. Marty Colin 19. Al Stein 20. Jim Euleau 21. Neil Caplowe 22. Bert Glenn 23. John Jurciewz 24. Bill Lane 25. Ted Tannenbaum— Vice President 26. Steve Camhi 27. Ben Levy 23. Pete Hecht 29. Sandy Mednick 30. Al Moscowitz 31. Marty Bronstein 32. Mike Balmouth 33. Fred Klein 34. Ron Schwartzbach 35. Marvin Barofsky 36. Hulk Goldstein 37. Abbot Morris 38. Fats Goldstein 39. Abbey Kaplan 40. Pete Barry 41. Al Foreman 42. Larry Schultz 43. Marc Silberman 44. Peter H. Betti— President 45. Richard Woldrof 46. Richard Greenbaum 47. Bob Meyer -..-.■ ■ ' - ' -. ;■ r . . - ■ " -.. .V. •-•■» !» sgs SHRHflb . ' ■• :: - " W V ; i .S tta. -, e .. . - fOf ■ — ' r . .. -•■ ZBT 351 Sisterhood is the feeling of friend- ship, affection and respect. Sister- hood is the warmth of a bond held in trust and love. AEPhi is sisterhood. 1. Anne Hertz— President 2. Ilene Cooper 3. Deen Sobin— Social Chairman 4. Judy Stern— Rush Chairman 5. Zena Polakoff 6. Nora Goldstein 7. Alice Horwitz 8. Bev Lyons 9. Carol Elfenbein 10. Vivian Gilbert 11. Sheryl Mittleman 13. Rhoni Fleishman 14. Ronnie Cantor— Pledge Mistress 15. Lynda Samuely 16. Fran Myers— Treasurer 17. Shelia Atterman 18. Lesli Navis 19. Arlene Reiss 352 Our copy is blank as our future is unknown and our bond is secret and mysterious. Que sera sera. Les Soeurs Fideles Gail Flister -Pledge Mistress Edwina Van Dam— Treasurer Marlena Malmstedt— Pan Hel Representative Mary McComb— Vice President Sue Ridgeway- Secretary Nancy Delozier Standards Chairman OM 7. Jane Diednch-President 353 fraternity Sweethearts Anne Greenblatt .A - • fa sa Jeanne Allen Claire Tomford sT ■ Ana Fernandez gi Debera Feldman 356 3— m% I Lynette Sklar St Shelley Balcourt Senior Summary 358 Abels, Marilyn Claire . . . Teaneck, N. J. Abrams, Diane . . . Cherry Hill, N. J. Phi Sigma Sigma. Adler, Karen-Ronnie . . . Miami Beach, Fla. . . . Phi Sigma Sigma . . . Hillel. Ahl, Kenneth E. . . . Greenwich, Conn. . . . Young Republicans, V. P. . . . Pan Ethnon. Alter, Colin H. . . . Arlington, Va. . . . Hillel . . . Student Representative, AJUST Advisory Council. Altschuler, Betty . . . Flushing, N. Y. . . . Orientation Committee. Andreas, Cynthia . . . Greenwich, Conn. . . . Kappa Phi. Ansell, Micheal J. . . . Bergenfield, N. J. . . . TALON Photo Editor. Anton, Cheryl Louise . . . Stratford, Conn. Delta Gamma . . . Pan-Hellenic Represen- tative, Pres. . . . Honor Dorm . . . Cultural- Academic Committee . . . Adelphai Pana- ristai. Antonoff, Gale . . . Great Neck, N. Y. Arms, Abigail . . . Westport, Conn. Aron, Lois Pam . . . Fair Lawn, N. J. Ausel, Susan . . . Dallas, Texas. Avrutis, Raymond . . . Washington, D. C. . . . Eagle . . . Adelphia . . . Junior Class Senator . . . Senior Class President . . . Free University. Baas, Marc . . . Grand Rapids, Michigan . . . Phi Sigma Kappa, Treas. . . . Varsity Wrestling. Banks, Lynetta Sue Pan Ethnon. Barnum, Arthur M. Baron, David J. . Voice of Beta Psi Team. Norfolk, Va. North Riverside, III. Great Neck, N. Y. . . . . Intramurals . . . Rugby Barondes, Vivian . . . Ellicot City, Md. Battista, Barry L, . . . Painesville, Ohio Bazarsky, Sandra . . . Woodmere, N. Y. . . . Diadem . . . Sophomore Class Council . . . General Sessions Court . . . Young Democrats . . . WRC. Becker, David Ira . . . Albany, N. Y. . . . Psi Chi . . . Psychology Club. Beckley, Susan Elizabeth . . . Old Greenwich, Conn. . . . Alpha Chi Omega . . . Eagle Copy Editor. Behl, Cheryl Robyn . . . Teaneck, N. J. Berg, Judy I. . . . Jericho, N. Y. Berkowitz, Jill Ellen . . . Miami Beach, Fla. . . . Deon ' s List . . . TALON staff . . . Young Republicans . . . Freshman Weekend Committee . . . Young Democrats. Berkowitz, Marilyn Joan . . . Great Neck, N. Y. . . . Phi Sigma Sigma. Berland, Jay Robert . . . Glencoe, III. . . . Young Republicans . . . Sophomore Class Parliamentarian . . . Crew Team. Berlin, Glenn Richard . . . No. Brunswick, N. J. . . . Sophomore Class Council . . . Senior Class Council . . . Society for the Ad- vancement of Management, Pres. . . . Inter- Club Council . . . MRA Court . . . Student Health Welfare . . . S. A. Finance Com- mittee . . . WAMU disc jockey . . . Fresh- man Tennis Team . . . Just Tuition Com- mittee. Bernon, Douglas Baldauf . . . Shaker Heights, Ohio . . . ODK . . . History Honorary . . . Eagle . Author of Court Constitution . . . American . . . Student Union Board . . . Junior Year: Glasgow, Scotland . . . WAMU . . . Constitution Committee . . . Freshman Swimming Team. Betti, Peter H. . . . Demarest, N. J. . . . Zeta Beta Tau, Pres. . . . ODK, Pres. . . . Fratres . . . Adelphia . . . Eagle . . . Rugby Club, Captain, Treas. . . . Crew. Bishton, Richard H. . . . Silver Spring, Md. Blackmar, Lucy Eleanor ... St. Louis, Mo. . . . Experiment in International Living, Am- bassador to Peru . . . S. O. S. Tutoring. Blackwell, Charles Lee . . . Washington, DC... Rho Epsilon, Treas. Blagg, Daniel . . . Dover, Del. . . . Class of 1970, Treas., V. P. . . . Inter-collegiate Council of Washington . . . Admissions Pro- gram. Blaustein, Janet Kathe . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . Hillel . . . Young Democrats. Blechmon, Fran . . . Flushing, N. Y. . . . Phi Sigma Sigma . . . Cabin John Tutoring . . . S. O. S. Tutoring . . . Orientation Group Leader . . . Student Health Welfare Com- mittee. Bloom, Naomi R. . . . Trenton, N. J. Blum, Joan . . . Wantagh, N. Y. . . . Phi Sigma Sigma . . . Panhellenic Delegate, V.P. . . . Kappa Delta Epsilon . . . Tassels . . . Adelphai Panaristai, Sec. . . . Mortarboard. Bobst, Lynn Ann . . . Cherry Hill, N. J. . . . Delta Gamma . . . French Club . . . Proyecto Amistad. Booth, Jean M. . . . Rowayton, Conn. Bornstein, Charlotte Irene . . . Chestnut Hill, Mass. . . . M.I.N.D. Program . . . Big-Little Sister Program . . . Freshman Orientation . . . Cabin John Tutoring. Borofsky, Marvin . . . Easton, Conn. . . . Zeta Beta Tau ...IFC. Delegate. Bourque, Micheal H. . . . Leominster, Mass. Boyle, Gary Wm. . . . Whitefield, N. H. . . . Alpha Tau Omega . . . Varsity Basketball. Bremmer, Robert S. . . . Rockford, III. Breslow, Marjorie . . . Plainview, N. Y. . . . Young Democrats, Treas. . . . Hillel. Bressler, Ellen Jone . . . Pottstown, Pa. . . . Cultural Chairman of floor. Brewer, Judith Ann . . . Rockville, Md. Britz, Diane Elizabeth . . . Coraopolis, Pa. ... Pi Sigma Alpha. Bronstein, Martin A. . . . New Hyde Park, NY... Zeta Beta Tau . . . Adelphia . . . Eagle Production Manager, Business Man- ager . . . Parthenon, Editor . . Ath- letic Chairman, IFC . . . Freshman Board Member . . . Intramurals . . . Freshman Track . . . Varsity Track. Brown, Holly . . . East Meadow, N. Y. Bruno, Cirino Matthew . . . Bronx, N. Y. Brunswick, Charles E. . . . Alexander, Va. . . Psi Chi . . . Society for the Advance- ment of Management. Buffington, Anne Louise . . . Chevy Chase, Md. Burgner, Joanne . . . Morrisville, Pa. . . . Tassles . . . Auditor of Student Association . . . Student Union Publicity Committee. Byroade, Alan M, . , . Alexandria, Va. . . . Delta Chi Epsilon. Campbell, Margaret Anne . . . Rockville, Md. . . . Diadem . . . Kappa Phi . . . Phi Nu Epsilon, Sec. . . . Junior Class Sec. . . . Stu- dent Association Sec. Canter, Ronnie Beth . . . Foirlawn, N. J. . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi, Pledge Mistress, Alumni Sec. . . . Hillel . . . Floor Officer . . . Intra- mural Sports. Canton, Neil M. . . Beverly Hills, Calif . . . Tau Epsilon Phi . . . IFC . . . Freshman Soccer . . . Intramural Sports. Caplan, Steven L. . . . Silver Spring, Md. . . . Jerome W. Rowe Award . . . Dean ' s List . . . Student Chapter, Association of Com- puting Machinery, Sec. -Treas. Card, Nancv Susan Dix Hills, N. Y. . . . Delta Gamma . . . Tassels. Carl, Ottilia M. . . . Oxon Hill, Md. Carlson, Donald G. . . . Trianbull, Conn. . . . Sigma Theta Epsilon . . . Delta Chi Epsilon . . . Pan Ethnon . . . Young Re- publicans. Carres, Brenda Marie . . . Rockville, Md. Carton, Anita Barbara . . . Washington, D. C. Cheifetz, Donna . . . New Rochelle, N. Y. Cheitin, Leonard E. . . . Silver Spring, Md. . . . Phi Sigma Kappa, Baseball. Ciment, Richard Allan . . . White Plains, N. Y. . . . Phi Epsilon Pi. Clarke, Robert Eugene . . . Alexandria, Va. . . . American University Chapter Associa- tion for Computer Machinery. Geary, Dianne Janette . . . Marbleheod, Mass. . . . Alpha Chi Omega, Etiquette Chairman. Clow, Courtney Margaret . . . Washington, D. C. Cohen, Andrea Valerie . . . Miami Beach, Fla. . . . S.O.S. Cohen, Harriet Lee . . . Troy, N. Y. . . . Dean ' s List . . . TALON staff . . . Freshman Weekend Committee . . . Young Republicans . . . Young Democrats . . . Hillel. Cohen, Roberta B. . . . Baldwin, N. Y. . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi, Pledge Class Pres., Ac- tivities Chairman, Standards Board . . . President of Anderson Hall . . . Women ' s Residence Association, Social Chairman. Cohn, Susan Phyllis . . . Washington, D. C. Coleman, Jomes O. . . . Greenwich, Conn. . . . Young Republicans - . . Friendship House Project . . . Society for the Advance- ment of Management, Membership Chair- man. Coll-Pardo, Anne Lucile . . . Bethesda, Md. . . . Kappa Delta . . . Mortar Board . . . Diadem . . . Who ' s Who in American Col- leges and Universities . . . Sophomore Class Council . . . Spring Weekend Co-Chairman . . . Student Association Board of Culture . . . Young Democrats . . . AU Dance Theatre . . . Panhellenic Council . . . Varsity Cheerleader. Colwell, Donald Sherman . , . Winchester, Mass. . . . Eagle Cartoonist . . . American, Publicity and Assistant Art Editor . . . League of Social Derivitives, Chairman. Comfort, Star Jane . . . Neponsit, N. Y. . . . Dean ' s List. Columbia, Md. . Karate Club Councell III, Marbury L. . . . . Intramurol Football . . . Class Projects. Cox, Sandra Greene . . . Washington, D. C. Cramer, Sherry E. , . . Syracuse, N. Y. Crocker, Linda Jane . . . Arlington, Va. . . . Gamma Sigma Sigma . . . People to People. Cropley, Paul V. Phi Sigma Kappa . Mathew, N. C. . Track . . . Rugby. Crusselle, Victoria Jean . . . Washington, DC ... Tennis Team . . . Karate Club. Cusser, James Clarence . . . Chicago, III. . . . Student Association Board of Culture ICC Executive Board . . . Student As- sociation Finance Committee . . . Pan Ethnon. Daenecke, Maryellen . . . Washington, D. C. . . . Co-Pres., Dance Theatre. Dallek, Roger . . . Long Beach, NY.... Alpha Tau Omega, Scholarship Chairman . . . Phi Alpha Theta . . . IFC, Scholarship Council . . . Winter Weekend Committee . . . Freshman Swimming Team . . . Varsity Swimming Team . . . Intramurals: Baseball Softball, Volleyball, Track. Daniel, Margaret A. . . . Ridgewood, N. J. . . . Biology Club. Dasher, Susan A. . . . Washington, D. C. . . . Gamma Sigma Sigma . . . School of Nursing Council . . . Co-Chairman Student- Faculty Advisory Association, Treas. David, Lucy Cutler . . . Westminster, Md. . . . International Week Staff . . . SOS. Davis, Leo P. Pre-Law Club East Moriches, N. Y. . Intramural Basketball. Davis, Thomas H. . . . Falls Church, Va. Day, John L. . . . Painesville, Ohio Deitch, Marcia Helen . . . Silver Spring Md . . . Hillel, V.P. Dellinger, George Reed . . . Washington, D. C. . . . Varsity Soccer. Derrick, Bartlett Alexander . . Sterling Park, Va. Diedrich, Jane Evans . . . Birmingham, Mich. ... Phi Mu, Pres. . . . Panhellenic Council, Treas. . . . Diadem . . . Adelphai Panaristai . . . Friendship House Volunteer . . . Bowl- ing Team . . . Pan Ethnon. Di Sante, Maria Teresa . . . Washington, D. C. Diven, Elsie Mae . . . Drexel Hill, Pa. . . . Kappa Phi . . . Junior Class Publicity Chair- man . . . Floor Social Chairman . . . WAMU . . . Young Republicans. Dixon, Michael T. . . . Pleasantville, N. J. . . Delta Chi Sigma . . . Court of General Sessions . . . Wrestling . . . Intramurals. Dohnke, Patricia Ann . . . Alexandria, Va. Kappa Delta . . . Big-Little Sister Program, Chairman . . . Resident Assistant, Letts Hall . . . SGPA Undergraduate Curriculum Com- mittee . . . WRA Publicity Chairman. Doukas, Diane Elaine Drongowski, Lydio A. ... Pi Sigma Alpha Young Republicans. Dulin, Patricia F. . . AU Choir. Durbin, Ralph L. Hanover, Po. . Cleveland, Ohio Pan Ethnon . . . Chevy Chase, Md. Rockville, Md. Egan, Merriam Margaret . . . Marblehead, Mass. . . . Eagle . . . Quad Court Secretary. Entin, Barry . . . Lynbrook, NY... Delta Phi Epsilon . . . Sophomore Class Council . . . Young Democrats, Ex. V.P. . . . National Officer, Young Democrats . . . Freshman Soccer, Manager. Epstein, Michael Irwin . . . West Hartford, Conn. . . . Pan Ethnon . . . Political Science Club . . . Tutor, SOS. Project . . . Inter- national Week, Coordinator. in, Kathleen Anne Middleport, N. Y. Esslinger, Diane Lynne . . . Cresskill, N. J. . . . Kappa Delta . . . Young Democrats . . . Women ' s Judicial System . . . R. A. Selec- tion Committee . . . Floor Officer. Farrell, M, Jane Chevy Chase, Md. Feidelman, Sue . . . Miami Beach, Fla. . . Phi Sigma Sigma . . . Kappa Delta Epsilon . . . Student National Education Association . . . Hillel . . . Freshman Orientation, Group Leader . . . Floor Officer, V.P. Feil, Barbara Jane . . . Cornwall-on-Hudson, NY.... Delta Gamma. Feldman, Denis Craig . . . Roslyn Heights, N. Y. . . . Phi Epsilon Pi, Pledge Master . . . Intramural Football. Feldman, Ira Charles . . . North Woodmere, N. Y. . . . Alpha Epsilon Pi . . . Alpha Phi Omega . . . Soccer. Kewgardens, Feldman, Susan Carol N. Y. Felton, Susann Dee . . . Denver, Col. . . . Diadem, Treas. . . . Class Councils . . . Floor Offices . . . WRRB . . . Honor Dorm .. . R. A. Social Action Council, Treas. Fetter, Ruthanne . . . Washington, D, C. . . Hillel . . . SOS. . . . WASP. Fierstein, Michael . . . South Orange, N. J. . . . Zeta Beta Tau . . Eagle. Filler, Marshall S. . . . Scarsdale, N. Y. . . . Phi Epsilon Pi, Pledgemaster, Treas. . . . Eagle . . . Freshman Coordinating Commit- tee . . . Intramural Football, Tennis, Softball, Bowling, Basketball, Volleyball, Track . . . Orientation Committee. Fontany, Cynthia J. . . . Wellsburg, W. Vo. . . . Kappa Delta . . . Sociology Club. French, Susan Lynn . . . Arlington, Va. . Who ' s Who . . . Sophomore Class Sec. . Junior Class Senator . . . Winter Weekend Chairman . . . Orientation Board, V. Chair- man . . . Chief Justice Academic Court . . . Student Union Board. Freud, Bonnie J. Fairfax, Va. . . .S.O.S. Fromuth, Karl F,, Jr., San Antonio, Texas . . . Phi Sigma Kappa. Fuhrman, William . . . Los Angeles, Calif. . . . Alpha Epsilon Pi . . . Alpha Phi Omega Eagle, sports editor . . . Freshman Senator . . . Spring Weekend Co-Choirman . . . Varsity Swimming. Gancie, Patrice Rosalie . . . Silver Spring, Md. . . . Eagle . . . University Chorale. Gardner, Barbara Anne . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . Diadem , . . OASATAU . . . Orienta- tion Group Leader . . . Intramural Volley- ball Garver, Jonathon N. ... Tau Epsilon Phi Gelvin, John E., Jr. . Phi Sigma Kappa . . . . . Track. . Cleveland, Ohio Intramurals. Norwalk, Ohio . . . Inner City Tutoring Genovese, Margaret-Anne . . . Massapequa Park, N. Y. . . . Kappa Delta. Gerrie, Bruce M. . . . Red Bank, N. J. Gerstein, Linda . . . New York, N. Y. Getman, Elaine Maria . . . Ilion, N. Y Gibb, Katherine Marie . . . Hampton, Va. . . . R.A. . . . Pan Ethnon . . . Young Democrats. Gibson, Donna Marie . . . Germantown, Md. . . . University Singers and Chorale . . . Floor Pres. . . . WRA . . . SOS. . . . Women ' s Bowling Team. Gilbert, Vivian . . . Roslyn, NY.... Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . Intramurals. Gilpin, Dianne Rockville, Md. Gitomer, Joshua M. . . . Cherry Hill, N. J. ... Phi Epsilon Pi, Pledge Master. Gocker, James Clarke Webster, N. Y. Gold, Marc E. Zeta Beta Tou Melrose Park, Pa. . . . Soccer . . . Intramurals. Goldblatt, Ellen Ann . . . Norwich, Conn. Morris Plains, N. J. Fort Lee, N. J. . . . Woodbridge, Conn. Roslyn Heights, . Young Demo- Goldblatt, Ruth A. . . Hillel. Goldner, Alan Scott . . . Tau Epsilon Phi. Goldstein, Elaine M. . . . . . TALON . . . S.O.S. Goldstein, Leslie Joyce . . NY... Floor Treas. . crats. Goldstein, Marc Stephen NY... Zeta Beta Tau. Goldstrom, Morton, III . . . Moorestown, N. J. . . . Alpha Epsilon Pi . . . Alpha Sigma Omega, Treas. . . . WAMU, disc lockey, business and station managers . . . Freshman Class Treas. . . . Sophomore Class Social Chairman . . . S.A, Finance Com- mittee . . . University Chorale . . . AU Eagle Mascot. Woodbury, Goloven, Marc Michael . . . Bardonia, N. Y. . . . Delta Phi Epsilon . . . Young Republi- cans . . . Intramurals. Goodwin, Lynne D. Trenton, N. J. Goolman, Lynn E. . . . Mount Holly, N. J. . . . Phi Nu Epsilon . . . Pan Ethnon. Gordon, Margery . . . Worcester, Mass. . . . Women ' s Residence Association . . . Dia- dem . . . Pres. Letts Hall. Gormon, Richard Albert Rockville, Md. Gould, Debbie . . . Teaneck, N. J. . . . Freshman Orientation Coordinator . . . Inner City Tutoring Project . . . Tennis . . . Swim- Goulka, Robert Roger . . . Deerfield, III. . . . Young Democrats . . . Soccer. Graff, Howard . . . Rockville Center. N. Y. . . . Phi Epsilon Pi . . . Eagle, National Advertising Manager. Graham, Valorie J. . . . Annandale, Va. . . . Pan Ethnon . . . People to People . . . Ger- man Club . . . Alliance Francaise . . . Stu- dent Committee for University Admissions . . . JFK. Scholarship Committee. Green, Rhonda . . . North Woodmere, N, Y. . . . Phi Sigma Sigma . . . Kappa Delta Epsilon . . . Shepherds of the Street . . . Floor Officer, V.P., Pres. Greenberg, Robert Aaron . . . Haddonfield, N. J. . . . Zeta Beta Tau, Social and Alumni Chairman . . . Eogle Staff . . . Intramurals. Greenberg, Robert B. . . . Jamaica, N. Y. . . . Phi Epsilon Pi . . . Fratres . . . Adelphia . . . Parthenon, Managing Editor . . . IFC V.P., Pres. Groppel, Betty Sandra Fort Lee, Va. Grossman, Jane Carol . . . Stamford, Conn. . . . Floor V.P. . . . Public Relations Com- mittee. Grossman, Janet . . . Merrick, N. Y. Grunau, Gabrielle Von . . . Morristown, N. J. Freshman Senator . . . Sophomore Senator . . . WRC . . . WRA . . . Pres. Hughes Hall . . . Swim Team . . . Dance. Guillard, Linda Marie . . . York, Pa. Gunter, Emily Diane . . . Atlantic City, N. J. . . . Freshman Class Sec. . . . Varsity Cheer- leader ... La Maison Francaise, Pres. . . . Chairman, Parent ' s Fall Weekend. Gushin, Fredric . . . New Brunswick, N. J. . . . Delta Phi Epsilon . . . Senior Senator . . . YR Pres. . . . WAMU . . . District of Columbia College Republican of the Year. Haile, Ella Virginia . . . Washington, D. C. . . . Mortar Board . . . Student-Faculty Ad- visory Committee, Co-Chairman . . . Student Dress Committee. Hall, Bennett Andrew . . . Guilford, Conn. . . . Alpha Tau Omega . . . Young Republi- cans. Hammond, Mary E. . . . Dayton, Ohio . . . Kappa Phi . . . Student National Education Association. Hampshire, John . . . Baltimore, Md. . . . Phi Sigma Kappa, V.P., Pres. . . . Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. Hanchett, Carol Ann . . . Paul, Idaho . . . Academic Reform Committee. Haraguchi, Mary Louise . . . Hilo, Hawaii. Harriman, Robert J. . . . Muncy, Pa. Harris, David Warner, Jr. . . . Montrose, N. Y. Harris, Joseph L. . . . Washington, D. C. . . . Biology Club . . . Organization of African and Afro-American Students . . . Freshman Basketball . . . Intramurals. Harris, Philip Franklin . . . North Abington, Mass. ... Pi Sigma Alpha. Hart, Marian Wheeler D. C. Washington, Coll insville, Conn. Hart, Susan Elizabeth . . . Tour Guide . . . R.A. Hart, Thomas Porter . . . Clarendon Hills, III. . . . Economics Club, Ex. V.P. Haus, Karen Margaret . . . Brothboro, Vt. . , . Alpha Chi Omega, Corresp. Sec. . . . Anthropology Club . . . Newman Club . . . Pan Ethnon. Hawes, Stephen Gordon . . . Doylestown, Pa. . . . Pan Ethnon . . . Young Dpmocrats. Haymon, Jocquelyn Goodman . . . Silver Spring, Md Heggi, Joyce L. . Eagle . . . Floor Pr Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Heller, Jane Elizabeth . . . Canton, Ohio. Heller, Rosanne . . . Philadelphia, Pa. Hendrickson, Mory B. D. C. Washington, Hertz, Anne Marie . . . Miami, Fla. . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi, Assistant Pledge Mis- tress, Pres. . . . Hillel . . . Sorority Intra- murals. Hilcken, Jacqueline Anne . . . Arlington, Va. . . . Delta Gamma . . . Best Dressed Girl . . . Winter Weekend Queen, First Runner-Up. Hock, Sandra L. . . . Warren, N. J. Kappa Delta, Pledge Mistress. Hoffman, Howard . . . Great Neck, N. Y. . . . Tau Epsilon Phi, Pledgemaster . . . Freshman Historian . . . I.F.C., Sec. . . . Biology Club . . . Intramurals, Basketball, Softball, Volleyball, Bowling. Hoffman, Suzanne Elizabeth Park, Md. College Hood, Craig Robert Hoover, Carol Ann . Hoover, Kathleen M. N. J. . Cherry Hill, N. J. Washington, D. C. . Haddon Heights, Hoppe, Margaret Delmar, N. Y. . . . Phi Nu Epsilon, Treas. . . . Gamma Sigma . . . Kappa Phi . . . Canterbury Club, Pres. Horton, Christine Faith . . . North Dighton, Mass . . . Alpha Chi Omega . . . Adelphai Panaristai . . . Theta Sigma Phi, Pres. . . . Eagle . S.A. Publicity . . . S.A. Finance Committee . . . Homecoming Committee. Horwitz, Alice Sandra . . . Hillside, N J. . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi, Treas. . . . Dean ' s List . . . Panhellenic Delegate, Judicial Chairman. Hughes, Kathleen Ann . . . Saddle River, N. J. . . . Inner City Tutoring. Huseboe, Delores Elaine . . . Modison, Wis. . . . Tassels . . . J.F.K. Scholarship Com- mittee. Hutchins, Dawn Lucile . . . Plattsburg, N. Y. Delta Gamma . . . Diadem . . . Newman Association . . . R.A. Ingber, Brian . . . South Fallsburg, N. Y. . . . Alpha Tau Omega . . . Intramurals, Basketball, Baseball . . . Varsity Wrestling . . . Varsity Soccer. Isaly, Ellen Sue . . . Pittsburgh, Pa. . . . Gamma Sigma Sigma . . . Mortar Board . . . Green Room Players . . . Cultural Academic Chairman of Anderson Hall. Ivanhoe, Karen F. . . . Tenafly, N. J. . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . Panhellenic Rush Counselor . . . Big-Little Sister Committee. Jacobstein, George Michael . . . Rochester, N. Y. . . . Phi Sigma Kappa . . . S.O.S. Tutoring. Johnson, James T., Jr. . . . Arlington, Va. Johnson, Laura Jane . . . Newark, Del. . . . French Club, Sec. -Treas. . . . Young Re- publicans. Jones. Donna Theresa . . . Chicago, III. . . . OASATAU . . . Volleyball. Jones, Robert P. . . . Vestal, N. Y. . . . Rho Epsilon . . . Pan Ethnon. Jouvenal, Jon Shannon Md. Silver Spring, Judenberg, Evelyn B. . . . New York, N. Y. . . . Phi Sigma Sigma. Kalavritinos, Chris Louis . . . Washington, D. C. . . . Phi Sigma Kappa . . . Rho Ep- silon . . . Freshman Soccer . . . Varsity Soccer, Co-Captain. Kantor, Lynn . . . Silver Spring, Md. . . Phi Sigma Sigma. Kaplan, Sharon Beth . . . Lynbrook, N. Y. . . . Psi Chi . . . Young Democrats . . . Horace-Mann Tutoring Program . . . Floor Softball Team. Kardon, Marcy Lynn . . . Pittsburgh, Pa. . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . Student Health Welfare . . . Young Democrats . . . Intra- mural Activities. Kaspin, Jeffrey Marc . . . Staten Islond, N. Y. . . . PEMM Club, Pres. . . . CAS Council on Academics . . . Intramural As- sistant . . . Rugby Club. Katz, Ellen M. . . . Elberon, N. J. . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi, Treas. . . . Adelphai Panaristai . . . Panhellenic Council, Pres. . Curriculum Committee . . . Sorority Intramurals. Katz, Erwin H. . . . New Rochelle, NY.... Zeta Beta Tau . . . Representative Student Union Board . . . Intramural Baseball and Football. Kaufman, Janet E. . . . Worcester, Mass . . . Stucom . . . Deportment of History. Kellner, Barbara Jo N. Y. Atlantic Beach, Kelly, Petra Karin . . . Skyline, West Ger- many . . . Mortar Board - . . Delta Phi Al- pha . . . Diadem . . . Honor Dorm . . . National Student Register Freshman Leader- ship . . . Phi Nu Epsilon ... Pi Sigma Alpha . . . American . . . Foreign Student News- letter . , . junior Class Senator . . . Sopho- more Class Council . . . Sophomore Float Committee . . . Sophomore Steak House . . . Student Union Board, Sec, Ex Bd. . . . Foreign Student Representative . . . Chair- mon International Week . . . J.F.K. Schol- arship Committee . . . Young Democrats, Ex. Sec. . . . Orientation Board . . . Foreign Student Coordinator . . . " International Stu- dent Conference " , Chairman . . . Pan Eth- non . . . SIS. Council . . . Academic Com- mittee. Keough, Mary Ellen . . . Pawtucket, R, I. . . . Varsity Field Hockey . . . Intramurals. Kim, Duk Hoy . . . Washington, D. C. . . . Pan Ethnon. Kimmerle, Kathleen M. . . . Basking Ridge, N. J. . . . P.R.S.S.A. King, Bert Marcus . . . Eastchester, N. Y. Alpha Epsilon Pi . . . Parthenon . . . IFC Maqazine . . . Freshman Class Council . . . Fall Weekend, Chairman . . . IFC Rush Chairman . . . IFC Trophy Committee . . . MRA King, Elois H. J. . . . Washington, D, C. . . . Mu Phi Epsilon. Kingman, Edward R. . . . Arlington, Va. . . . Phi Sigma Kappa . . . Varsity Soccer. Kintz, Ellen R. . . . Greenlawn, N. Y. . . . Green Room Players. Klatsky, Jane P. . . . Silver Spring, Md Klatsky, Steven Barry . . . Red Bank, N. J. ... Phi Epsilon Pi . . , TALON. Klein, Andrea B. . . . Cleveland, Ohio. Klein, Dennis M. . . . Cranford, N. J. . . . Alpho Tau Omega . . . Fratres . . . Adelphia . . . Finance Committee . . . IFC, Treas. . . . Public Relations Officer . . . Rugby. Kline, Richard D. . . . Washington, D. C. . . . Kappa Sigma. Kline, Timothy Gordon . . . Syosset, N. Y. . . . Delta Chi Sigma. Knight, Leah Ann . . . Washington, D, C. Kochensparger, Mary Lee . . . Grove City, Ohio . . . Phi Nu Epsilon . . . Mortar Board, Pres. . . . Pan Ethnon. Kocis, Margaret Mary . . . Forest Grove, Pa. Kraft, Elaine R. . . . Washington, D. C Kraft, Frederick J. . . . Newton, Mass. . . . Phi Epsilon Pi, Social Committee, Finance Committee . . . Intramurals. Kuhn, David Kenneth . . . Woodstown, N. J. . . . Alpha Sigma Phi, Pres. . . . Phi Sigma Alpha . . . Fratres . . . Intramurals. Kures, Kenneth Howard . . . Great Neck, NY.... Zeta Beta Tau . . . Intramurals. Kyin Oo, Cleo . . . Washington, D. C. . . . Pan Ethnon. Lafferty, Michael William . . . Haddonfield, N. J. . . . American, Editor. Lane, Andrew . . . Shaker Heights, Ohio. Longer, Larry B. . . . York, Pa Larick, Robert A. . . . Great Neck, N. Y. . Varsity Tennis. Laux, Theodore Frederick . . . Fort Collins, Col. . . . Sigma Theta Epsilon. Lavine, Robert Joy . . . Washington, D. C. . . . Pre-Law Club . . . Young Republicans, Pres. Leimsidor, Rise Lynn . . . Westhampton Beach, N. Y. . . . Mu Phi Epsilon, LeMay, Mary Ann . . . Wheaton, Md. Lemberg, Caren Rae . . . Jericho, NY.... Diadem . . . Young Democrats, Sec. . . . WRC, Cultural-Academic Chairman. Lenn, Robert Henry . . . Malverne, N. J. . . . Young Democrats. Lennon, John Edward . . . Washington, D. C Lent, Thomas Barry . . . Lincoln, Neb. . . . Alpha Sigma Phi . . . Pan Ethnon ... In- tramurals, Basketball, Football, Knee Foot- ball, Swimming, Softball. Lerman, Arnold Jay . . . Lynn, Mass. . . . Alpha Phi Omega . . . Pan Ethnon, Pres. . Friendship House Volunteers Group, Chairman . . . Sophomore Class Council . . . ICC. Delegate . . . Social Action Council . . . International Week . . . Wrestling Team Manager. Lert, Susan Rona . . . West Orange, N. J. Freshmon Orientation Committee . . . Millet . . . Standards Committee . . . Activ- ities Committee. Levine, Marcia S. . . . Tenafly, N. J. Levy, Alan . . Willingboro, N. J Levy, Joyce Kaufmann . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . Women ' s Varsity Tennis Team. Liang, Regina . . . Fresh Meadows, N. Y. . . Delta Gamma . . . Winter-Weekend Queen. Lichtman, Gerald Neal D C. Washington, Lieber, Steven I. Brooklyn, N. Y. Liebowitz, Linda F. . . . Fair Lawn, N. J. . . . Floor Officer ... Bye Bye Birdie. Liner, Robert F. . . . New Rochelle, N. Y. . . . Zeta Beta Tau, Sec. . . . Intramurals, Football. Lipson, Robin Felice . . . Providence, R. I. . . . WRA . . . Spanish Club. Liro, Joseph R, . . . Alpha, N. J. Lockwood, Jean . , . Arlington, Va. . . . Delta Gamma . . . Honor Dorm. Loeb, Judith Ann . . . Highland Park, III. ... Phi Nu Epsilon, V.P. . . . Young Dem- ocrats, V.P. . . . SGPA Undergraduate Council . . . International Week Committee . . . Co-Chairman, J.F.K. Scholarship Com- mittee. Logan, Linda Rae . . . Pennsville, N. J. . . . Delta Gamma . . . Mortar Board . . WRC, Sec. Lopata, Roy . . . New Rochelle, N. Y. . . . Phi Alpha Theta . . . MRA Judicial Board. Lore, Kenneth Gene . . . Glen Cove, N. Y. . . . TALON Sports Editor . . . Freshmon Class President . . . Sophomore Class Sena- tor .. . Student Heal th Welfare Commit- tee . . . Finance Committee . . . Winter Weekend Committee . . . Orientation Board . . . Justice, Court of General Sessions . . . Rugby. Lukasewski, Luke . , . Terryville, Conn, . . . MRA Judicial Representative . . . J.F.K. Scholarship Committee . . . Young Republi- cans . . . Newman Association . . . Intra- mural Football, Basketball, Softball. Lyman, Scott R. Baltimore, Md. Wood Acres, Lyons, Donnelle Mackin Md Magee, George Everett . . . Cranbury, N. J. . . . Sigma Theta Epsilon . . . Student Pub- lications Board, Chairman . . . Sophomore Class Senator . . . Junior Class Senator. Magee, Joel J. . . . Erie, Pa. . . . Phi Sigma Kappa . . . Freshman Crew . . . Intramural Wrestling, Football, Knee Football, Basket- ball, Softball. Magnotti, James A. Falls Church, Va. Mamber, Sandra R. . N Y.C., N. Y. . . . Activities Committee . . . Orientation Ad- Marchant, Linda Lee . . . Washington, D. C. Marcuse, David G. . . . Lancaster, Pa. Margolis, Laura . . . Fort Wayne, Ind. Marlow, Michael F. S. . . . Baltimore, Md. . . Intramural Basketball. Martinez, Mary Lynne . . . Springfield, Va. Mason, Patricia P. . . . Washington, D, C. McClurkin, Michael D. . . . Wormleysburg, Po. . . . Young Democrats. McDevitt, Daune Maureen . . . S.AC. Passaic, N. J. Watertown, Mass. McElligott, John P. Alpha Phi Omega. McFadden, Dennis M. . . . Falls Church, Va. . . Alpha Phi Omega . . . Friendship House Project. McNamara, Brian Michael . . . Stanford, Conn. . . . Delta Phi Epsilon . . . Young Re- publicans . . . Young Democrats. Summit, N. J. . . . Mea, Carole A, Delta Gamma. Medearis, Thomas Whittier . . . Guilford, Conn. . . . Bando Karate Club, Pres., Mem- bership Chairman, Sergeant-at-Arms . . . Young Americans for Freedom . . . Conser- vative Union, Program Chairman . . Junior Varsity Wrestling. Meigs, Marilyn Frances . . . Oxford, Md . . . Kappa Delta, V.P. Meyrowitz, Doris Ruth . . . N.Y.C., N. Y. . . . Hillel . . . Young Republicans . . . Dorm Government. Milch, Meryl Michele . . . North Miami, Fla. Miller, Barbara Lynn . . . Morristown, N, J. 362 Miller, Kathy Jo . . . Lakewood, Ohio. Minick, Beverly Ann . . . Silver Spring, Md. Minnerly, Ann Caroline . . . Hammondsport, N. Y. Mittleman, Sheryl Linda . . . Elizabeth, N. J. . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . Intramurals. Modell, Lynn . . . Wildwood, N. J. Moron, George . . . Washington, D. C. Moreno, Ignacio Lamarque . . . Washing- ton, D. C. Moross, Gladys . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. Morrison, William Harlon . . . Cloverdole, Ind. . . . Finance Committee . . . Auditor of Student Association . . . Senior Senator. Moser, Ronald F. . . . Portland, Oregon . . . Society for the Advancement of Manage- ment. Moskey, Carl Richard Conn. West Hartford, Mottus, Jane E. . . . East Quoque, N. Y. Gamma Sigma Sigma. Moyna, Glory R. . . . Oradell, N. J. Young Republicans . . . Pan Ethnon. Murphy, William Joseph . . . Weymouth, Mass. . . . Alpha Tau Omega . . . Urban League, Tutor . . . Freshman Baseball. Murray, Pamela Ann . . . Wellfleet, Mass. . . . Young Republicans . . . Delta Gamma. Myers, Fran . . . Passaic, N. J. . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi, Treas., Scholarship Award . . . Dean ' s List. Nantz, John L. . . . Washington, DC... Senior Senator . . . Radical Movement. Nave, Patricia Susan . . . Bloomington, III. . . . Delta Gamma . . . Faculty Associate Program, Chairman. Nelke, Carolyn . . . Wappingers Falls, N. Y. Neuhauser, Claudia . . . Merrick, N. Y. . . . Psychology Club, Sec. . . . Big Sister . . . Bowling. Newman, Donna Lynn . . . Wantaugh, N. Y. . . , Phi Sigma Sigma . . . Floor Sec. . . . Big Sister Program . . . N.E.A. Nitka, Michael M. . . . Worcester, Mass . . . WAMU News Director. Norstrand, Helene . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. Nowack, Francis J., Jr. . . . Washington, D C Eagle. Oakcrum, William Barron . . . Washington, DC... Intramural Football, Softball, Basketball Oftedal, Elsie M. Ontario, Canada. Ornstein, Marilyn . . . Bangor, Maine . . . Phi Sigma Sigma . . . Young Democrats . . . Kennedy Political Union . . . Hillel . . . Intramural Softball, Basketball, Volleyball. Ostrander, Jone Christina field, N. J. North Plain- Ostrowski, Linda Mary . . . Meriden, Conn. . . . Tassels . . . Russian Club . . Pan Ethnon. O ' Toole, Michael Doran . . . South Yar- mouth, Mass. . . . Phi Mu Alpha, Sec. . . . Chorale . . . Soccer. Page, Raleigh S. . . . Silver Spring, Md. Pakett, Rosalyn . . . Dumont, N. J. Hillel. Palius, Ann S. . . . College Park, Md. Parker, Quentin Gudger . . . Baltimore, Md. Young Republicans . . . MRA . . . Tennis. Paul, Marianne L. . . . South Orange, N. J. . . . WAMU. Perkal, Joyce Rose . . . Bay Shore, N. Y Perkins, Deborah Oriane . . . Alexandria, Va. . . . Delta Gamma, Assistant Social Chairman, Scholarship Chairman, Standards Board, Executive Board . . . Tassels, V.P. Perkins, Gerald H. . . . Arlington, Va. . . . Intramurals. Peters, Carolyn A. . . . Baltimore, Md. . . . Delta Phi Alpha. Petty, Julie Kathleen . . . Urbana, III. Pike, Steven J. . . . Riverdale, N. Y. . . . Phi Epsilon Pi, Scholarship Chairman . . . TALON, Business Staff . . . Orientation Committee. Pinion, Richard Lewis . . . Bethesda, Md. Piper, Kenneth Lewis . . . Ashtabulo, Ohio ... Pi Sigma Alpha, Zeta Psi Chapter . . . Young Republicans. Polakoff, Zena Judith . . . Margate, N. J. . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi. Polansky, Susan Diane . . . Tassels . . . WRRB. jltimore, Md. Ostrander, Veronica . . . Monmouth Beach, N J . . Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . Green Room Players. Pomerantz, Nancy Ellin . . . Wyncote, Pa. . . . Hillel . . . TALON . . . Language Tu- tor .. . Floor Officer. Prager, Rollinde . . . Clayton, Mo. . . . S.O.S. . . . International Week. Prince, Thomas Oliver . . . Pikesville, Md. ... Phi Epsilon Pi. Rabin, Gail Lois . . . Somerville, N. J. Ragsdale, Marguerita D. . . . McKenney, Va. . . . Delta Sigma Theta . . . Al pha Mu Gamma . . . Pan Ethnon . . . Eagle . . . Young Democrats . . . Floor Treas. . . . Honor Dorm, Cultural Committee . . . Ameri- can University Dance Theatre. Rappaport, Nanette . . . Atlantic City, N. J. Rappaport, Suzanne Lynne . . . Silver Spring, Md. . . . Kappa Delta . . . Anthropology Club Reed, Benjamin F. . . . Annapolis, Md. Reese, David Brooks . . . Williamsport, Pa. ... Phi Epsilon Pi. Reich, Barbara Ellen . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . Big-Little Sister Program . . . Freshman Orientation. Reisman, Steven M. . . . Fair Lown, N. J. . . . Zeta Beta Tau . . Voices of Beta Psi . . . Rugby Team . . . Intramurals. Reiss, Arlene L . . . . Westbury, N. Y. . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi, Activities Chairman . . . Chorus . . . Class Council. Reiter, Kathleen N. . . . Fairfax, Va. Reshefsky, Sandra Ann . . . Portsmouth, Va. Resnick, Frederick . . . Woodmere, N. Y. Rhodes, Sara Jone . . . Baltimore, Md. Rice, Sharon Lynn . . . Timonium, Md. . . . Kappa Delta. Ridgeway, Susan M. . . . North Tarreytown, N. Y. . . . Phi Mu, Sec. . . Kappa Phi . . . Republican Club . . . Orientation Floor Chairman. Roberts, Kenneth Earl . . . Macon, Ga. . . . Phi Sigma Alpha . . . Pan Ethnon. Robinson, Goil Karen . . . Warwick, R. I. Superior Court Chief Justice . . . Board of Trustees, Student Member . . . Sophomore Class Council . . . Honor Dorm, Cultural Chairman . . Eagle. Robinson, Susanne M. . . . Paterson, N. J. Robinson, William Jay . . . Mercer, Pa. . . . Intramurals. Roha, Thomas A. . . . Meadville, Pa. Rose, Timothy Peter . . . Burt, N. Y. Rosen, Bernard E. . . . New Rochelle, N. Y. . . . Delta Phi Epsilon . . . " Man of the Year " , District of Columbia College Repub- licans . . . A. U. Young Republicans, Pro- gram Chairman . . . A S.C.A.P. . . . V.P. Freshman Class. Rosen, Joseph Harris . . . Philadelphia, Pa. . . . Zeta Beta Tau . . . Rugby Team. Rosenbaum, Andrea . . . East Meadow, N. Y. . . . Judicial Representative. Rosenberg, David Alan . . . East Meadow, N. Y. . . . Delta Phi Epsilon ... Phi Alpha Theta, V.P. . Class Senator . . . Elections Committee . . . Student Advisors Commit- tee, History Dept. . . . Washington Semes- ter . . . Freshman Crew. Rosenwald, Charles R. . . . Flushing, N. Y. . . . Zeta Psi, Pres . . . Omicron Delta Kap- pa .. . Fratres . . . Delta Phi Epsilon . . . Junior Class President . . . Human Relations Council . . . Social Action Council, V.P. . . . I.F.C., Community Services Chairman . . . Intramurals. Rosenzweig, Ruth C. . . . Huntington, N. Y. . . . President ' s Council . . . Floor Pres. Rous, Sharon Anne . . . Irvington, N. J. . . . S.N. E.A. . . . Women ' s Judiciary Committee . . . Big-Little Sister Program . . . Freshman Orientation Leader. Rubenstein, Fay I. . . . New York, N. Y. . . . TALON . . . Freshman Skit . . . Uni- versity Singer Variety Show . . . A. U. Theatre. Rudi, Jill . . . Barrington, III. Russell, Pamela Ann . . . Washington, D. C. . . Kappa Delta, Pres. . . . Young Repub- licans. Sachnoff, Toby F. . . . Pittsburgh, Po. . . . Freshman Class Council. Saferin Steven Mark . . . Beachwood, Ohio . . Zeto Beta Tau . . . TALON . . Eagle Varsity Wrestling . . . Freshman Base- ball . . . Intramurals. Samardzija, Miriana . . . Cleveland, Ohio Phi Sigma Sigma . . . Pan Adelphi . . . Phi Nu Epsilon . . . Resident Advisor . . . Chorale . . . Pan Hellenic, Social Chairman I F.C. Symposium. Sample. Frederick William, Jr. . . . Spring- field, Va. Samuels, Ellen . . . Flushing, NY.... Alpha Epsilon Phi, Pledge Mistress, High Pledge Scholarship, High Sisterhood Scholar- ship, Asst. Rush Chairman . . . Dean ' s List. Samuely, Lynda Miriam . . . Daytona, Fla. Alpha Epsilon Phi, Ritualist, Sec. Sauter, Len . . . Pottstown, Pa. . . Alpha Sigma Phi . . . Fratres. Selkowe, Elizabeth Ann English Committee. Serafin, Steven Richard . . . Cranford, N. J. . . . Rugby. Sexton, Sara Perry . . . Newburyport, Mass. Anthropology Club . . . Young Democrats . . . Chess Club. Shapiro, Carol Alvis . . . Newton, Mass. . . . WAMU . . . A, U. Theatre. Sheban, Jeneen . . . Youngstown, Ohio . . . Finance Committee, Sec. . . . Float Chairman. Sherer, Judith Ellen . . . Elkins Park, Pa. Sherwood, Doreen . . . New York, N. Y. Chairman Freshman Junior Big Sister Program . . . Quad Court Representative DCSNA, Fund Raising Chairman. Lawrence, N. Y. Smith, M. Elayne . . . Rochester, N. Y. Sayer, Stacey Wynne . . . Wilmington, Del. Sherwood, Margaret . . . Maplewood, N. J. Schachter, Sandra . . . Lancaster, Pa. . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . Pan Hellenic Council, V.P. . . . S U.B. Representative . . . W.R.R.B. . . . Outstanding Freshman Worn- man Aword . . . Adelphia Panaristai . . . Orientation Board. Schaeffer, Kenneth Steven . . . Syosset, N. Y. . . . Zeto Beta Tau . . . Frosh Basket- ball . . . Intramural Football, Basketball, Softball. Scheina, Martin J. . . . Haddonfield, N. J. ... Phi Sigma Kappa . . . Young Republi- cans . . . Canterbury . . . MRA, Floor Pres. . . . Intramurals. Scheinbaum, Ann Ruth . . . Pleasantville, N. Y. . . . Young Democrats . . . Hillel . . . Intramural Volleyball. Scheinman, David Clark York, Pa. Schiavi, Kathleen Marie . . . Falls Church, Va. . . . Women ' s Residence Council . . . Cheerleader . . . Madrigals . . . Honor Dorm. West New York, . . Bye Bye Birdie East Meadow, Schimel, Dale Ellen . . N. J. . . . Floor Officer Show. Schlesinger, Caryn Rae N. Y. Schnabel, Kitty Ann . . . Jamaica, N. Y. Pan Ethnon . . . Young Democrats . . . Conference on Adult Education in Latin America . . . Volley Ball Team. Schnee, Wendy . . . Paterson, N. J. . . . Phi Sigma Sigma . . . University Chorale . . . University Singers. Scholl, John Phillip Baltimore, Md. Schwartz, Jeffrey Ronald . . Fair Lawn, N. J. Schwarz, Peggy . . . Wethersfield, Conn. . . Phi Sigma Sigma . . . Newman Associa- tion. Scoratow, Martin M. . . . Pittsburgh, Pa. ... Phi Alpha Theta . . . Spring Weekend Committee . . . Philip Nu Memorial Schol- arship Award . . . Freshman Track, Cross- country, Varsity Letter. Seaton, Nancy . . . Silver Spring, Md Seeherman, Carol P. . Scranton, Pa. Seeley, W. Geoffrey . . . Binghamton, N. Y. . . . Young Republicans. Shomaker, Edward C. . . . Huntington Beach, Calif. . . . Chess Team . . . Dean ' s Seminar. Shone, Barbara Ann . . . Wheaton, Md . . . Mortar Board . . . School of Nursing Coun- cil, Sec.-Treas. . . . Delta Gamma, Treas. Siben Gary L. . . . Bay Shore, N. Y. . . . Tau Epsilon Phi, V.P. . . . Fratres . . . Eogle . . . I. F.C. Chief Justice, Liaison for Orientation . . . Fraternity Football, Basket- ball, Softball. Siegel, Barbara Ann . . . Eastchester, N. Y. Volunteer Work for Ted Kennedy . . . Tutoring, Canterbury Club . . . Tennis . . . Modern Dance. Siessmayer, Stephen Louis . . . Fairfax, Va. Silver, Karen Lee . . . Monsey, N. Y. Simon, Bart A. . . . Shaker Heights, Ohio Zeta Beta Tau, I. F.C. Delegate, Public Relations Chairman . . . Intramurals . . . American Sisti, John Gregory . . . Wallkill, N. Y. . . . Student Health Welfare Committee . . . MRA, Dorm Chairman . . . Young Repub- licans . . . J. F. K. Scholarship Committee Intramural Sports, Football, Volleyball, Basketball. Smith, Alice Mary . . . Waterford, N. J. People-to-People . . . Koppa Phi, Presi- dent. Smith, Allen Douglas . . . Steelton, Pa. . . . Tau Epsilon Phi . . . Intramurals. Smith, Bruce Arthur . . . Muncie, Ind. . . . Phi Sigma Alpha . . . Shepards of the Street Program . . . Freshman Crew . . . Soccer. Smith, Daisy M. . . . Washington, D. C. . . . Christian Science Organization. Smith, Gary P. . . . Camp Hill, Pa. . . . Phi Alpha Theta. Smith, Julia Frances . . . Frederick, Md. . . Kappa Phi, Pres., Treas. ... Phi Nu Ep- silon ... Pi Sigma Alpha . . . Mortar Board Honor Dorm Chairman, Smith, Lee Frank . . . Springfield, Mich. . . Zeta Beta Tau . . . Feature Editor, Voice of Beta Psi . . Young Republicans, Program Chairman . . Intramurals. 364 Smith, Suanne . . . West Orange, N. J. . . . Pi Sigma Alpha . . . Freshman Class Coun- cil .. . President ' s Council of Anderson, Sec. . . . Intramurals. Smith, Warren Edward . . . Washington, D. C. Intramural Football, Basketball. Snow, Susan Linda . . . Cherry Hill, N. J. Delta Gamma . . . Gamma Sigma Sigma . . . Varsity Swim Team. Snyder, Martha Valeska . . . Berwyn, Pa. Sobin, Deen J. . . . Hillsdale, N. J. . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi, Standards Board, Social Chairman, Rush Chairman, Homecoming Float Co-Chairman, Best Pledge Award . ._. Adelphai Panaristai . . . Diadem . . Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities TALON, Editor-in-Chief, Greek Editor SPB . . . Freshman Class Council . . . Floor President . . . Finance Committee . . . Freshman Class Skits . . . Freshman Class Float ... Pan Hellenic Council, Rush Coun- selor . Turtle-International, Co-Chairman College Bowl, Coordinator, Moderator SUB Special Events Chairman . . . Big- Little Sister Program . . . Orientation Board. Somers, Jean Catherine . . . Verona, N. J. Spalinger, Nancy . . . Calabasas, Calif. Spicer, Michelle Anne . . . Charlotte Hall, Md. . . . Floor President. Splaver, Marc Fredric . . . Bridgeport, Conn. Tau Epsilon Phi, Athletic Chairman, Executive-at-Large . . . Eagle Sports Editor Freshman Basketball. Squires, Ann . . . Chevy Chase, Md. . . . Delta Gamma, V.P., Rec. Sec. . . . WRA, Pres., Rec. Sec. . . . Most Representative Sophomore Woman . . . Adelphai Panaristai Diadem . . . Resident Advisor. Stockman, Alan . , . Freeport, N. Y. . . . Intramurals, Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Softball. Stansbury, Charles Edward . . . Washington, D. C. Stark, Melvyn Jay . . . Nanuet, N. Y. . . . Phi Epsilon Pi, Rec. Sec, Assistant Social Chairman . . . TALON, Business Manager . . S A., Student Sponsor. Stein, Bruce William . . . Sayville, N. Y. Delta Chi Sigma . . . Delta Phi Epsilon Pi Sigma Alpha . . . Young Republi- cans . . . Freshman Wrestling . . . Assistant Manager Wrestling Teom. Steinbach, Susan Louise . . . Milton, Pa. . . . Volleyball . . Women ' s Crew. Stergios, Electro . . Upper Darby, Pa. Stern, Judy Sue . . . Pittsburgh, Pa. . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi, Editor and Publicity Chairman . . . Hillel . . . Floor Officer . . . Intramural Sports. Stern, Neil Michael . . . Arlington, Va. . . . Tau Epsilon Phi. Stoll, Rosalie M. . . . Buffalo, N. Y. . . . Eogle Accountant, Stone, Katherine Sue . . . Shaker Heights, Ohio . Alpha Epsilon Phi, Sec. . . . SUB, representative. Strauss, Brian L. . . . Alexandria, Va. Strauss, John Stephen . . . Huntington, N. Y. . . . Freshman Crew Team. Strauss, Morton . . . Middletown, N. Y. . . . Alpha Tau Omega . . . H i I let . . . Young Democrats . . . Wrestling . . . Intramurals. Street, Mathew Henry . . . Atlanta, Ga. . . . Alpha Tau Omega, Worthy Scribe ... Pi Sigma Alpha . . . Student Union Board Cul- tural Committee Chairman . . . Homecom- ing Parade Chairman. Strype, Susan Louise . . . Ridgewood, N. J. . . . Kappa Delta . . . French Club . . . Newman Club. Sumner, L. Claudine Honor Dorm. Roanoke, Va. Swift, Linda Joyce . . . Harrington Park, N. J. . . . Young Democrats. Taborsky, C. Jeanne Kappa Phi. Towson, Md. Tabot, Andrea Jill . . . Lakewood, N. J. . . . Penfeather . . . Freshman Class Council, Junior Council . . . Elections Board Com- mittee . . . Interdisciplinary Studies Com- mittee . . . Student AD-HOC Committee . . . Winter Weekend Committee. Tallia, Nancy C. . . . Wayne, N. J. . . . Kappa Delta . . . Floor Officer . . . Cur- riculum Committee of Education Department. Tannenbaum, Ted . . . Mount Vernon, N. Y. . . . Zeta Beta Tau . . . Adelphia . . . Fratres . . . TALON. Tassani, Sally Marie . . . Cherry Hill, N. J. . . . Kappa Delta . . . Floor President . . . Elections Committee . . . Sophomore Coun- cil .. . Dorm Decorating Committee, Chair- man. Tendler, Cathy . . Eagle Copy Staff New Haven, Conn. . . . . . Floor V.P. . . . Intra- Testolin, Susan April . . . Wheaton, III. . . . Delta Gamma . . . Phi Nu Epsilon . . . Dia- dem . . . Mortar Board, Sec. . . . Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges . . . Sec. of Hayes Hall . . . President of Ander- son Hall . . . Resident Advisor . . . Hayes Hall, House Court. Thomas, Lewis Walter . . . Washington, DC... Alpha Sigma Phi. Tisch, Judith E. . . . Tenafly, N. J. . . . Hillel . . . Dorm Government. Tkachuk, Paul Stephen . . . Peabody, Mass. . . . Inter-Religious Club Council . . . Prot- estant Council . . . Pan Ethnon . . . STE. Townsend, Pamela Avis . . . Baltimore, Md. . . . Delta Gamma . . . Andora, Public Re- lations. Trainor, Kathleen . . . Pittsburgh, Pa. . . . Kappa Delta, Treas. of Pledge Class. Tramontin, Angela Catherine . . . Richmond, Va. . . . Pan Ethnon. Trapp, Peter F. . . . Cheltenham, Pa. . . . Delta Chi Sigma. Travens, Frances Ann . . . Alexandria, Va. . . . Floor President . . . Fall Weekend Committee. Trimble, Sidney Anderson . . . Lexington, Ky. . . . Young Republicans. Trompetter, Susan Lee . . . Kingston, Pa. . . . Beta Beta Beta. Trout, Susan Lynn . . . Springfield, Va. Tucker, Kevin . . . Contoocook, N. H. Tucker, Ruth H. . . . Cleveland, Ohio . . . Honor Dorm . . . Junior Year Abroad. Tufano, Frank . . . Silver Spring, Md. . . . Spring Weekend . . . Orientation Board. Unger, Harry A. . . . Scarsdale, N. Y. Urban, Sharyn Maryane . . . North Caldwell, N J. . . . Pan Ethnon . . . People to People . . . Young Republicans. Vanneman, Ray Austin . . . Woodbury Heights, N. J. . . . Eagle, Photography . . . S.A. Photo Pool . . . Sigma Theta Epsilon . . . Young Republicans . . . Protestant Council. Van Pelt, Carol Jane . . . Red Bank, N. J. . . . Alpha Chi Omega . . . Diadem . . . Who ' s Who in American Colleges And Uni- versities . . . Adelphia Panaristai . . . Christian Science Organization . . . Honor Dorm. Vargo, John E. . . . Maple Heights, Ohio . . . Young Democrats. Vega, Jessie Victoria . . . Hillcrest Heights, Md. . . . A.U. Dance Theatre . . . Field Hockey. Venier, Gay C. . . . Trenton, N. J. . . . Floor Pres., Treas. Vinnet, Gale Ivy . . . Union, N. J. . . . Hillel . . . Penfeather, Editor . . . Floor Pres. Vocatura, Michael A. . . . Norwich, Conn. Young Democrats, Treas. . . . Junior Closs Treas. . . . Sophomore Class Council . . . Student Health Welfare . . . S.A. Finance Committee. Walhay, Sue Ann . . Glen Ellyn, III. Walker, William Pernall, Jr. . . . Annandale, Va. Wallace, Janet Audrey . . . Chappaqua, N. Y. Ward, Ambry Catherine . . . Easton, Pa. . . . Young Republicans . . . Pan Ethnon . . . A.U. Grotto . . . Varsity Hockey Team. Ward, Jonathan D. . . . New Hartford, N. Y. . . . Phi Sigma Kappa . . . Freshman Soc- cer . . . Intramurals. Warren, Vicki Jan . . . Arlington, Va. Wasser, Barry Lee . . . Clarks Summit, Pa. Webb, Alan John . . . Fayetteville, Ark. . . . DSR-TKA . . . Debate Society, President. Wedgewood, Robert H. . . . Andover, Mass. World Campus Afloat . . . Intramural Vol- leyball. Weeks, Helen Louise . . . Bethesda, Md. . . . Gamma Sigma Sigma . . . Gymnastics Club. Weigel, John Craig . . . Lancaster, Pa. Weinstein, JoAnn . . . Pittsburgh, Pa. . . . WRC Curfew Commission . . . Orientation Group Leader . . . Spring Weekend Com- mittee . . . Intramurals. Weinstein, Robert . . . Elmira, N. Y. . . . Tau Epsilon Phi. Weiss, Marcus Samuel . . . Atlantic City, N. J. Weiss, Stephen E. . . . New Hyde Park, N. Y. . . . Tau Epsilon Phi . . . Director of SCUA and Student Tours. Wescott, Christina Dianne . . . Troy, N. Y. Westcott, Susan D. . . . Sanford, Maine . . . Alpha Chi Omega . . . Resident Advisor. Wexler, Alix E. . . . Paterson, N. J. Wexler, Elise R. . . . New York, N. Y. Whiteman, Charles William . . . Baltimore, Md. . . . Delta Phi Epsilon. Whitmore, Robert W. . . . Newfane, N. Y. . . . Omicron Delta Kappa . . . Adelphia . . . Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities . . . Delta Phi Epsilon, Pres. . . . Publications Board . . . S.I.S. Council . . . S.A. Comptroller, Senator, Pres. Wible, Robert Cook . . . Solon, Ohio . . . Pi Sigma Alpha . . . Delta Phi Epsilon . . . Delta Chi Sigma . . . Social Action Council . . . American Field Service . . . A.U. Action Corps, Chairman . . . Intra- murals. Wilcox, Sandra Ann . . . Santa Barbara, Calif. Williams, Donald Ross . . . Wilmington, Del. ... Phi Alpha Theta . . . History Stu- dent Advisory Committee . . . Young Re- publicans . . . Intramurals. Williams, Esther C. . . . Hampton, Va. Wilson, Linda M. . . . Morton, III. Wineland, Linda Faye . . .Alexandria, Va. Winkler, Lloyd . . . Flushing, N. Y. Witlin, Anthony . . . Philadelphia, Pa. . . . Phi Epsilon Pi, Social Chairman . . . TALON . . . Manager of Dirty Shirts . . . Intramural Football and Baseball. Wolff, Jonathan H. . . . Cheshire, Conn. . . . Delta Phi Epsilon . . . S.O.S. Treas. Wornas, Alice B. . . . Drexel Hill, Pa. . . . Kappa Delta . . . Young Democrats. Wulf, Erica Diane . . . Chevy Chase, Md. ... Phi Mu. Zatz, Julie . . . New Rochelle, N. Y. . . . Delta Gamma . . . Diadem . . . Mortar Board . . . Who ' s Who in American Col- leges and Universities ... Pi Sigma Alpha . . . Sophomore Class Council . . . Chair- man of University Affairs . . . Court of General Sessions . . . R.A. . . . WRC. Zerner, Bonnie . . . New York, N. Y. Ziegler, Charles Poul . . . North Brunswick, N. J. Zimmern, Howard Henry . . . Newburyport, Mass. . . . Tau Epsilon Phi, Chaplain . . . Economics Club . . . Orientation Leader . . . Freshman Basketball . . . Intramurals. Zipper, Carol Lee . . . Locust Valley, N. Y. . . . Floor Social Chairman . . , Fall Week- end. Zuckerman, Fredda . . . Elmont, NY.... Eagle, Advertising Production Manager. Zuckman, Karen Ellen . . . New Hyde Park, N. Y. 365 Abels, Marilyn Claire 249,359 Abrams, Diane 249,359 Adler, Karen— Ronnie 318,359 Ahl, Kenneth E. 318,359 Albert, Eddie 349 Allen, Jeanne 355 Al-Rajaan, Fahad 91 Alter, Colin H. 318,359 Altschuler, Betty 349,359 Anderson, Hurst, R. 349 Andreas, Cynthia 249,359 Ansell, Michael J. 249,359,400 Anton, Cheryl Louise 142,184,249,339,359 Antonoff, Gale 249,359 Antorino, Thomas J. 250 Applegate, Sandy 339 Aranha, Jose 161 Armes, Mike 91,332 Arms, Abigail 319,359 Armstrong, Michael 82 Aron, Lois Pam 250 Arlington, Bettye 125,148 Arthur, Douglas 161 Arthur, Richard 161 Asher, Mark 349 Askling, Larry 82,193 Atterman, Sheila 352 Ausel, Susan 250,359 Avrutis, Raymond 63,118,131,183,250,359 Axelrad, Gary 350 Baas, Marc 297,345,359 Balcourt, Shelley 357 Balmuth, Michael 199,350 Balosky, Gregory 193 Banks, Lynetta Sue 250,359 Banks, Michael 82 Banks, William Ashton 143 Barnum, Arthur M. 319,359 Bannon, Kathleen A. 142,143 Baron, David J. 308,351 Barondes, Vivian 250,359 Barry, Peter 350 Barton, Sally 341 Bateman, Peter 143,149 Battista, Barry L. 250,359 Battley, Lawrence B. 309 Baxter, Philip Roland 143 Bazarsky, Sandra 251,359 Beard, Len 330 Becker, David Ira 251,359 Beckley, Susan Elizabeth 251,359 Behl, Cheryl Robyn 251 Behrens, Steven 138,139,194 Bell, Gene 330 Belluardo, John 194,195 Bennett, Willis Wirt 143 Berg, Judy I. 251 Berger, Eve 149 Berger, Steven 133,330 Berkowitz, Jill Ellen 251,359 Berkowitz, Marilyn Joan 308,346,359 Berland, Jay Robert 359 Berlin, Glenn Richard 308,359 Bernon, Douglas Baldauf 143,297,359,400 Bernstein, Sam 194 Berry, Gail 341 Betti, Peter H. 81,143,144,192,193,196, 297,350,359 Bigler, Joe 345 Birnbaum, Steven 329,343 Bishton, Richard H. 319,359 Blackmar, Lucy Eleanor 297,359 Blackwell, Charles Lee 143,308,359 Blagg, Daniel 319,359 Blaustein, Janet Kathe 251,359 Blechman, Fran 308,359 Block, Thomas 121,146 Bloom, Naomi 251,359 Blum, Joan 142,251,346,359 Bobb, Chuck 194,349 Bobst, Lynn Ann 252,340,359 Bolder, Larry 199 Bolosky, Gregory 336 Bonte, Arthur 161,336 Book, Bob 164 Booth, Jean M. 252,359 Bornstein, Charlotte Irene 252,359 Borofsky, Marvin 252,350,359 Bouley, Robert 345 Bourque, Michael H. 252,359 Boyer, Kathy 335 Boyle, Gary William 194,297,336,359 Brank, Mark 129,345 Braun, Susan 335 Bremner, Robert S. 252,359 Breslow, Marjorie 253 Bressler, Ellen Jane 253,359 Brewer, Judith Ann 253,359 Britz, Diane Elizabeth 143,297,359 Brock, Daniel 336 Bronstein, Lauri 184 Bronstein, Martin A. 138,308,350,359 Brown, Holly 253,359 Broudy, Robert 350 Brownlee, Linda 341 Bruno, Cirino Matthew 253,359 Brunswick, Charles E. 309,359 Buchanan, Basis 143 Buckner, Karen 51,346 Buffington, Anne Louise 253,359 Buldain, Roger 126,136,137 Burgner, Joanne 143,309,359 Burhop, Gary 149 Burley, Lewis, III, 192,193 Burt, Leslie 341 Byroade, Alan M. 309 Caghan, Susan B. 142,143 Callahan, Barbara 400 Camhi, Steven 350 Campbell, Corrin 340 Campbell, Dave 330 Campbell, Margaret Anne 117,298,359 Canarick, Bernard 330 Canner, Scott 343 Canter, Ronnie Beth 51,52,254,352, 359,382 Canton, Neil M. 319,359 Cantor, Lynn 346 Capellas, Tessie 341 Caplan, Stephen L. 309.359 Caplowe, Neil 350 Card, Nancy Susan 254,359 Carl, Ottilia M. 254,359 Carlson, Donald G. 298,359 Carres, Brenda Marie 306,359 Carton, Anita Barbara 254,359 Causey, William 146 Chiten, Leonard 194,254,345,359 Cheifetz, Donna 254,359 Chirichella, Barbara 335 Chuck, William 133 Church, Dennis 345 Ciment, Richard Allan 319,359 Ciesielski, Richard 91 Citron, Jeffrey 343 Clapp, Donald Clinton 143 Clarke, Robert Eugene 309,359 Clarke, Wayne 161,336 Cleary, Dianne Janette 122,254,355,359 Clow, Courtney Margaret 255,359 Coffin, Laurie 142 Cohen, Andrea Valerie 255,359 Cohen, Bruce 343 Cohen, David 200 Cohen, Harriet Lee 255,359 Cohen, Iris 142,335 Cohen, Jill 346 Cohen Richard 125 Cohen, Roberta B. 133,186,255,359 Cohn, Susan Phyllis 255,359 Cole, Chris 335 Cole, James 332 Cole, Ron 199 Coleman, James 309,359 Colin, Marty 130 Coll-Pardo, Anne Lucile 142,144,298, 341,359 Colwell, Donald Sherman 255,360 Comfort, Star Jane 256 Cone, Cecily 340 Conlon, John 345 Cook, Charley 345 Cook, James 170 Coombs, Walter 330 Cooper, Dona 142 Cooper, llene 352,382 Corooion. Chris 339 Coulter, Winifred R. 143 Councell, Marbury L., Ill, 309,360 Cox, Sandra Greene 256,360 Cramer, Sherry E. 256,360 Creager, Susan 143 Crocker, Linda Jane 256,360 Cropley, Paul V. 298,360 Cruselle, Victoria Jean 256,360 Cushman, Chris 194,345 Cusser, James Clarence 319,360 Cutunllo, Marcia 122,335 Da Costa, Chip 346 Daenecke, Maryellen 256,360 Dager, Daniel 332 Daitch, Barbara 135 Daley, Susan 143 Dalinsky, Karen 339 Dallek, Roger 161,257,336,360 Daniel, Margaret A. 257,360 Dasher, Susan A. 306,360 David, Lucy Cutler 257,360 Davidson, Kenneth 91 Davis, Chet 349 Davis, Leo P. 257,360 Davis, Thomas H. 170,320,360 Dawson, Steven 135 Day, John 257,360 Decker, Wayne 400 Deehr, Thomas 196 Deitch, Marcia Helen 309,360 Delinko, Richard 343 Index Dellingei, George 91,310,360 Delozier, Nancy 353 Derrick, Bartlett 310,360 De Salvio, Edward 193 Dexter, Charles 91 Dickinson, Bruce 135 Diedrich, Jane Evans 142,298,353,360 De Santa, Maria Teresa 257,360 Diven, Elsie Mae 258,360 Dixon, Michael 298,360 Dohnke, Patricia 320,360 Dobbs, Joanne 400 Donahue, Nancy 341 Donahue, Robert 336 Dorrell, Peggy 335 Doukas, Diane Elaine 258,360 Dowdell, Richard 332 Driscoll, David 170,172,173 Drongowski, Lydia 298,360 Drury, Joel 194 Dulin, Patricia 258,360 Durbin, Ralph 258,360 Duty, David 144 Dwyer, Evelyn 143 Egan, Merriam Margaret 258,360 Eggenberger, Lynn 346 Eisenhower, Donna 144 Elfenbein, Carol 352 Emery, Steven 336 English, Sandy 149 Entin, Barry 320,360 Epstein, Michael Irwin 298,360 Erwin, Kathleen 258,360 Esslinger, Diane 298,341,360 Euleau, James 350 Fader, Reid 170,350 Fanuka, Jane 335 Farber, Dodd 343 Farrell, M. Jane 258,360 Farro, Pete 336 Fastenau, Maureen 142 Feidelman, Susan 360 Feil, Barbara 340,360 Fein, Scott 161 Feldbaum, Eleanor 143 Feldman, Debera 356 Feldman, Denis 299,360 Feldman, Ira 320,360 Feldman, Michael 332 Feldman, Susan 346,360 Felton, Alex 91,199 Felton, Susann Dee 310 Fernandez, Ana 339,356 Fierstein, Michael 310,350,360 Fieter, Ruthanne 360 Filler, Marshall 320,360 Fine, Ivy 142 Finger, Chris 82 Fischel, Jud 349 Fisher, Marilyn 341 Fitzpatnck, Neal 329,336 Fleishman, Rhoni 352 Fletcher, Kelby 143,400 Flister, Gail 353 Fluger, Larry 329,345 Fogleman, Clyde Keith 143 Fontany, Cynthia 360 Foreman, Alan 350 Fornari, Arthur 330 Forte, Frank 330 Fowler, Janice 122 Fowler, Lynn 335 France, Richard 332 Freeman, Kathy 335 French, Susan 132,144,320,360 Frieman, Arnold 125 Freund, Bonnie 299,360 Friman, Irwin 126 Fromuth, Karl 260,360 Frost, James 330 Fuhr, Thomas 199,332 Fuhrman, William 320,330,360 Gancie, Patrice 138,139,260,360 Gardnei, Barbara Anne 299,360 Gardner, Lois Mary 120,131,299 Garret, Toby 143,196 Garver, Jonathon 320,349,360 Geiger, Glenn 164,400 Gelvm, John E., Jr. 360 Gendler, Nancy 128 Genovese, Margaret-Anne 260,366 Gerrie, Bruce 260,366 Gerstein, Linda 260,360 Getman, Elaine Marie 261,360 Gibb, Katherine 320,360 Gibson, Donna Marie 299 Gilbert, Vivian 52,261,352,360 Gilpin, Dianne 299,360 Gionatti, Richard 336 Gitomer, Joshua 310,360 Glenn, Bert 193,196,350 Glover, George 336 Gluckman, Howard 122 Glucksman, Jay 194 Gocker, James 320,360 Godette, Compton 192,193 Gold, Marc 261,360 Goldberg, Arnold 329 Goldberg, Donald 330 Goldblatt, Andrew 330 Goldblatt, Ellen 261,360 Goldblatt, Ruth 261,360 Golden, Dee Dee 142 Goldman, Ava 346 Goldman, Harriet 346 Goldner, Alan 310,349,360 Goldsmith, Michael 350 Goldstein, Elaine 140,261,360,400 Goldstein, James 350 Goldstein, Leslie Joyce 262,360 Goldstein, Marc 262,360 Goldstein, Nora 51,352 Goloven.Marc 299,360 Goldstrom, Morton 135,311,330,360 Goodfriend, Douglas 147 Goodman, Bennett 349 Goodwin, Lynne 262,360 Goolman, Lynn 299,360 Gordon, Margery 262,360 Gordon, Steven 349 Gorman, Richard 262,361 Gould, Debbie 262,361 Goulka, Robert 321,361 Graff, Howard 321,361 Graham, Michael 336 Graham, Valorie 263,361 Grant, James 143 Green, Diane 346 Green, Larry 82,193 Green, Rhonda 263,361 Greenbaum, Richard 350 Greenberg, Cory 343 Greenberg, Robert A. 321,361 Greenberg, Robert B. 143,144,300.329, 361 Greenblatt, Anne 340,354 Greig, Allyson 341 Gricourt, Corinne 341 Grimmel, Dotti 142 Grissom, Janet 143 Groppel, Betty 300,361 Grosses, John 192,193 Grossman, Jane 263.361 Grossman, Janet 263 Guillard, Linda 263,361 Gunter, Emily 264,361 Gurwitz, Steven 349 Gushin, Fredric 146,321,361 Hadden, Barry 161 Haile, Ella 142,306,361 Hall, Bennett 311,336,361 Hallet, Edward 336 Hammond, Mary 264,361 Hampshire, John 143,144,311,345,361 Hanchett, Carol 321,340,361 Hannan, Ted 1 77 Happel, Lindsay 340 Haraguchi, Mary 264,361 Haring, Adrienne 177 Harp, Andy 193 Harriman, Robert 264,361 Harris, David 311,361 Harris, Donna J. 142 Harris, Donna M. 142 367 Harris, Gary 143 Harris, Joseph 264,361 Harris, Philip 321,361 Harrison, Ellen 346 Harp, Andrew 82 Hart, Marian 264,361 Hart, Susan 321 ,361 Hart, Thomas 265,361 Haus, Karen 265,361 Hawes, Stephen 311,361 Hayman, Jacquelyn 265,361 Hecht, Peter 350 Heckler, Steven 330 Hegyi, Joyce 265,361 Heller, Jane 311,361 Heller, Neal 343 Heller, Rosanne 265,361 Hendrickson, Mary 265,361 Henley, Calvin 91 Hersch, Robert 332 Hershkowitz, Jerry 349 Hertz, Anne 266,352,361 Heslin, Chris 82 Hilcken, Jacqueline 266,339,361 Hill, Donna 335 Hill, Joanne 329,335 Himelfarb, Norman 350 Hinkle, B. Allen 91,164,345 Hirsch, Neal 349 Hock, Fred 133 Hock, Sandra 266,341,361 Hochberg, Martha 142 Hoffman, Howard 266,329,361 Hoffman, Suzanne 306,361 Hogeland, Robert 91 Holmes, Peter 193 Hood, Craig 266,361 Hoover, Carol 266,361 Hoover, Kathleen 266,361 Hoppe, Margaret 300,361 Horn, Bill 122,330 Horowitz, Richard 329,343 Horton, Christine 142,335,361 Horwitz, Alice 312,329,353,361 Howard, Steven 194 Hughes, Kathleen 361 Huseboe, Delores 143,361 Hutchins, Dawn 300,339,361 Imperatore, Cheryl 341 Imperatore, Kathy 329,341 Ingber, Brian 91,164,322,336,361 Isaly, Ellen 142,361 Ivanhoe, Karen 361 Jacobs, Leonard 133 Jacobs, Thomas 330 Jacobstein, George 361 Jackson, Douglas 161 Janowitz, Betty 346 Johnson, Craig 128 Johnson, James 144,361 Johnson, Laura 361 Jones, Donna 322,361 Jones, Robert 312,361 Jones, Wayne 143 Jouvenal, Jon 312,361 Judenburg, Evelyn 268,361 Jurciewz, John 350 Kagarise, Bill 169,170,171 Kahn, Petie 132,140,142,400 Kalavritinos, Chris 91,312,345,361 Kaltreider, Carolyn 143 Kamens, Ira 91 Kamins, Matt 343 Kamler, Arnold 349 Kane, Susan 339 Kann, Robert 400 Kantor, Lynn 268,361 Kaplan, Abbey 350 Kaplan, Barbara 58,140,141,400 Kaplan, Joan 400 Kaplan, Sandy 346 Kaplan, Sharon 268,361 Kardon, Marxy 268,361 Karpf, Steven 72,343 Kaspin, Jeffrey 268,361 Katz, Beverly 142,346 Katz, Ellen 142,268,329,361 Katz, Erwin 322,361 Katz, Gary 330 Kaufer, Stuart 143 Kaufman, Janet 269,361 Kaufman, Lee 349 Kawalski, George 336 Keator, John 135 Keeney, Joan 142,329,340 Kellner, Barbara 269,361 Kelly, Petra 47,142,144,300,361 Keough, Maryellen 322,361 Keough, Richard 91 Kidd, Milton Ray 143 Kim, Duk Hoy 300,361 Kimmerle, Kathleen 269,361 King, Bert 143,322,330,361 King, Elois 269,361 Kingman, Edward 269,361 Kintz, Ellen 269,361 Kirkham, Tracy 341 Klatsky, Jane 361 Klatsky, Steven 269,312,362 Klein, Andrea 270,362 Klein, Dennis 143,312,336,362 Klein, Fred 350 Kleinman, Dennis 400 Kline, Richard 313,362 Kline, Tim 270,362 Knight, Leah 322,362 Knouse, Mark 332 Koch, Robert 199 Kochensparger, Mary 142,300,362 Kocis, Margaret 322,362 Kockenmeister, William 194 Kopfstein-Penk, Charles 143 Kolinger, William 122 Kopetski, Michael 82 Korff, John 128,199 Kosen, Jack 336 Kowalski, George 143 Kraft, Elaine 270,362 Kraft, Fred 313,343,362 Kravitz, Michael Stanky 143 Ku, Charlotte 142 Kuhn, David 301,332,362 Kures, Kenneth 313,362 Kurtz, James 135 Kushel, Jane 140,141,400 Kyin Oo, Cleo 301.362 Later, Joan 51,341 Lafferty, Michael 136,137,270,362 Lane, Andrew 332,362 Lane, William 350 Langer, Larry 270,362 Larick, Robert 199,313,362 Lashick, Dennis 168,170 La Spina, Fran 340 Laux, Theodore F. 313,362 Lavine, Robert 323,362 Lawrence, James 138,144 Lawton, John 164 Lazarus, Jim 116,330 Lee, Sue 129 Legler, Laura 335 Leiderman, Steven 349 Leimsidor, Rise 270 Le May, Mary 271,362 Lemberg, Caren 271,362 Lenn, Robert 323 Lennon, John 271,362 Lent, Thomas 301,332,362 Leopold, Mark 133 Lerman, Arnold 271,362 Lert, Susan 272,362 Leslie, Heather 142 Levin, Robert 349 Levin, Fred 350 Levin, Les 349 Levine, Marcia 362 Levine, Mark 343 Levitt, Preston 349 Levy, Alan 272,362 Levy, Ben 350 Levy, Joyce 272,362 Lewis, Al 349 Lewis, Becky 335 Liang, Regina 323,340,362 Lichtenstein, Ike 194 Lichtenstein, Robert 336 Lichtman, Gerald 313,362 Lieber, Steven 314,362 Liebowitz, Linda 272,362 Liner, Robert 314,350,362 Lipsitz, Babette 117,132,140,380,400 Lipson, Michael 272,345 Lipson, Robin 272,362 Lipton, Larry 343 Liro, Joseph 323,362 Lockwood, Jean 143,272,362 Loeb, Judith 123,323,362 Logan, Linda 142,273,362 London, Ira 345 Looney, Mark 147 Lopata, Roy 273,362 Lord, Cathy 340 Lore, Kenneth 79,132,140,196,323,336, 362,400 Lowenstein, Mark 91,194 Lowenthal, Beryl 339 Luba, Alan 330 Lukasewski, Luke 324,362 Lupo, Jasper 140 Lupowitz, Robert 349 Lusher, Jon 135 Lyman, Scott 362 Lynch, Judy 122 Lynch, Michael 143,168,170,172,173 Lyons, Beverly 352 Lyons, Donnelle 273,362 Maccabee, Bruce Sargent 143 Mackay, Barbara 142 Mac Farlane, Robert 336 Magee, George 145,362 Magee, Joel 324,362 Magnotti, James 362 Malmstedt, Marlena 329,353 Malouf, Janet 341 Mamber, Sandra 362 Manas, Steven 330 Mandel, Craig 343 Mann, Joe 199 Mantecalvo, Natalie 122,123 Marcuse, David 324,362 Marchant, Linda 275 Margolis, Laura 275,362 Marlow John 143 Marlow, Michael 275,362 Marron, Barbara 339 Martinez, Mary Lynne 275,362 Mason, Patricia 314,362 Masonis, Joseph 82,164 Master, Mark 343 Mathews, Mary 340 Maurer, Linda 339 Mazur, Dave 332 McClurkin, Michael 307,362 McComb, Mary 353 McDevitt, Daune 275,362 McElligott. John 275 McFaden, Dennis 276,362 McGarry, Linda 335 McJilton, Paul 135 McLain, James 143 McNamara, Brian 301,362 McNitt, Margi 339 Mea, Carole 276,339,362 Medearis, Thomas 301,362 Mednick, Marci 352 Mednick, Sandy 350 Meigs, Marilyn 276,341,362 Melnick, Jack 194 Melnick, Pat 345 Meltzer, Alan 164 Merryman, Barbara 142 Meyer, Robert 350 Meyrowitz, Doris 276,362 Mezibov, Daniel 199 Milch, Meryl 314,362 Milkin, Leslie 400 Millard, Daniel 336 Miller, Barbara Lyn 301,362 Miller, Dennis 72,73,117 Miller, Dora 341 Miller, Gail 73 Millet, Jody 349 Miller, Kathy Jo 324,363 Miller. Rhonda 329,346 Minick, Beverly 277,362 Minisohn, Gary 143,196,349 Minnerly, Ann 277,362 Mittleman, Sheryl 52,184,277,352,362 Modell, Lynn 277,362 Mohrwinkle, Carl 330 Montgomery, Sam 161 Morgan, George 324,362 Moreno, Ignacio 143,278,362 Moross, Gladys 278,362 Morrell, Carl 336 Morris, Abbot 194 Morrison, James 343 Morrison, William 1 43, 301, 362 Morton, Chuck 72,117,118 Moscowitz, Al 350 Moser, Ronald 314,329,349,362 Moskey, Carl R. 301,362 Mottus, Joyce 278,362 Moyna, Glory 278,362 Muchnicki, Dennis 117,130 Mueller, John 143 Murphy, William 324,336,362 Murray, Pamela 278,339,362 Muschamp, George 192,193 Myers, Fran 314,352,362 Nantz, John 301,363 Nave, Patricia 278,339,363 Navis, Lesli 55,352,400 Needleman, Amy 341 Nelke, Karolyn 278,363 Nemier, Douglas A. 143 Neuhauser, Claudia 279,363 Newby, Deborah 142 Newland, Eric 194 Newman, Donna 279,363 Newport, Janet 340 Nguyen, Com Huong 142 Nickels, Nona 301 Nieman, Richard 343 Nitka, Michael 279.363 Norstrand, Helene 279,363 Nowak, Francis 315,363 Oakcrum, William Barry 299,363 O ' Connor, Chris 177 Oftedal, Elsie 279,363 O ' Leary, Frazier 194 Oliveno, David 168,170 O ' Neill, Brian 91 Orenstein, Harry 329,332 Orlin, Peggy 341 Ornstein, Marilyn 280,363 Oser, Sturat 329 Ostrander, Jane 302,363 Ostrander, Veronica 280,363 Ostrowski, Linda 280,363 O ' Toole, Michael 143,280,363,400 Ottosen, Karl 345 Page, Raleigh 280,363 Pakett, Rosalyn 280,363 Palaigos, Tony 349 Palius, Ann 281,363 Paone, Lou 343 Pansi, John 332 Parkes, Newton 143,336 Parker, Quentin Gudger 363,324 Parlin, Lloyd 143 Passet, Michael 133 Patenck, Alice 335 Paul, Marianne 281,363 Pearman, Jeanette 133,142,339 Pensyl, Connie 142 Pereita, Joseph 91,193 Perkal, Joyce Rose 281,363 Perkins. Debbie 302,339,363 Perkins, Gerald 315,363 Perry, Pamela 142,335 Pessa, Barbara 142 Peters, Carolyn 302 Petty, Julie 281,363 Phalen, Betsy 341 Phellan, Mark 143 Phelps, David 336 Pierce, Richard 91,345 Pike, Steven 281,363 Pikosky, Michael 133 Pinion, Richard 315,363 Piper, Kenneth 324,363 Pittman, Freeman 133 Pleiman, Lois 339 Polak, Tony 199,349 Polakoff, Zena 281,352,363 Polansky, Susan 143,282,363 Pomerantz, Nancy 282,363,400 Powers, Susan 142,335 Praeger, Roily 67,137,324,363 Pratt, Richard Louis 143 Previc, Janet 340 Prince, Thomas 315,363 Pritchard, Gwen 335 Pulas, Demie 133 Pure, Sam 332 Rapaport, Manuel 332 Rabin, Gail Lois 282,363 Ragsdale, Marguerita 282,363 Rapoport, Sheena 340 Rappaport, Nanette 282,363 Rappaport, Suzanne 282,363 Reed, Benjamin 282,363 Reese, David 325,363 Relyea, Nancy 142 Rehl, Cathy 53,142,346 Reich, Barbara Ellen 282,363 Reichart, David 345 Reinhold, Laurence 143 Reisman, Steven 315,363 Reiss, Arlene 52,283,352,363 Reiter, Kathleen 283,363 Remoy, Robert 343 Reshefsky, Sandra 283,363 Resnick, Frederick 283,363 Ress, Erica 142 Rhodes, Paula 142,148,149 Rhodes, Sara 283,363 Rhodes, Virginia 138,139 Rice, Sharon 283,341,363 Richards, Robert 164,197,336 Richman, Wayne 349 Ridgeway, Susan 283,353,363 Riegle, Dee Ann 335 Roach, Ronald 82 Roberts, Kenneth 302,363 Robertson, Sheila 340 Robinson, Gail 283,363 Robinson, Hope 340 Robinson, Suzanne 284,363 Robinson, William 284,363 Roesell, Larry 161 Rogers, Joseph 161 Rogers, Sam 194,195,336 Roha, Thomas 325,363 Rosa, Jeffrey 343 Rose, Timothy 284,363 Rosen, Abby 51,346 Rosen, Bernard 120,325,363 Rosen, Gail 346 Rosen Jeffrey 343 Rosen, Joseph 325,363 Rosen, Marty 332 Rosenbaum, Andrea 325,363 Rosenbaum, Steven 161 Rosenberg, David 143,284,363 Rosenthal, Beth 183 Rosenwald, Charles 143,145,302,363 Rosenzweig, Ruth 284,363 Ross, Richard 343 Roth, Gary 349 Rothberg, David 91 Rothberg, Keith 161 Rothlein, Joan 142 Rous, Sharon 284,363 Ruben, Les 349 Rubenstein, Fay 284,363 Ruderman, Artie 120 Rudi, Jill 325,363 Rupp, Sandy 131 Russ, Arlene 186 Russell, Pamela 52,284,341,363 Ruthhauser, George 345 Sachnoff, Toby 285,363 Sachs, Steven 343 Sacks, N. Scott 143 Saferin, Steven 285,350,363 Samardzija, Mirjana 302,363 Sample, Frederick 316,363 Samuel, Jeffrey 199 Samuels, Ellen 285,363 Samuely, Lynda 52,285,352,363 Sanders, Kathleen 143 Santora, Gregory 161 Sardinsky, Joanne 346 Sauter, Leonard 143,285,332,363 Sayer, Stacey 285,363 Schaaff, Fran 341 Schacter, Bob 170 Schachter, Sandra 285,363 Schaeffer, George 132,146 Schaeffer, Kenneth 316,363 Schaet, Andy 332 Schaftmeister, Vince 170,171,172,174 Scheina, Martin 301,363 Scheinbaum, Ann 325,363 Scheinman, David 325,363 Schiavi, Kathleen 285,363 Schimel, Dale 286,364 Schlesinger, Caryn 286,364 Schlesinger, Gregory 343 Schnabel, Kitty 302,364 Schnee, Wendy 286,364 Schneider, Larry 349 Schneir, Elliot 143,329 Schnitt, Helaine 184 Schoenfeld, Leonard 345 Scholl, John Phillip 286,364 Schuck, Joe 161,336 Schultz, Larry 350 Schwartz, Jeffrey 316,364 Schwartz, Paul 194 Schwartz, Robert 345 Schwartzbach, Ron 350 Schwarz, Peggy 286,364 Scoratow, Martin 325,364 Scutari, Kenneth 336 Seaton, Nancy 286,364 Seeherman, Carol 287,364 Seeley, W. Geoffrey 326,364 Segel, Mitchell 192,193 Seide, Gary 349 Seidel, Sharon 51 Selkowe, Elizabeth 286,364 Seltzer, Karen 125 Selzer, Ellen 346 Serafin, Steven Richard 302,364 Sexton, Sara 287,364 Shapiro, Carol 287,364 Shapiro, Fran 346 Shavelson, Bob 349 Sheban, Jeneen 287,364 Sherer, Judith 326,364 Sherman, Jeromy 143 Sherman, Robert 199 Sherwood, Doreen 306,364 Sherwood, Margaret 287,364 Shomaker, Edward 301,364 Shone, Barbara 142,143,306,340,364 Shulman, Beverly 335 Siben, Gary 143 Siebel, Barbara 287,364 Siegle, Maxine 346 Siessmayer, Stephen 316,364 Silben, Gary 326 Silberman, Marc 350 Silver, Karen 288,364 Silver, Steve 133 Silverstein, Alan 130,329 Silverstein, Myron 330 Silversttone, Kathy 142,335 Simmons, Luiz 73,143,145 Simon, Bart 137,316,364 Simon, Carl Geoffrey 142 Simon, Jeffrey 161 Simon, Kathy 140,141,400 Simon, Mark 58,349 Simon, Neal 343 Simon, Paul 1 23 Simpson, Ellen 341 Sisti, John Gregory 326,364 Skinner, Pat 340 Sklar, Lynette 357 Sklarew, Alfred 199 Skopek, Lucienne 142 Slaughter, Thomas 133 Slotnick, David 349 Small, Anita 122 Smith, Alice 149,301,364 Smith, Allen 326,364 Smith, Bruce Arthur 326,364 Smith, Daisy 288,364 Smith, David 330 Smith, Gary 288,364 Smith, Jacqueline 142 Smith, Julia 142,301,364 Smith, Lee Frank 288,364 Smith, M. Elayne 288,364 Smith, Stephanie 122 Smith, Suzanne 301,364 Smith, Warren Edward 288,364 Smith, Wilbert 192,193 Smolen, Gerry 199 Snow, Susan 301,364 Snyder, Martha 301,364 Sobin, Deen J. 140,142,145,289,352, 364,400 Somers, Jean Catherine 364 Sommer, Ellen 346 Sondheim, Robert 129,143,192,330 Spalinger, .Nancy 289,364 Spangler, Barry 143 Speich, Kathy 340 Spielfogel, Kip 199 Speiser, James 330 Spicer, Michelle 316,364 Splaver, Marc 289,349,364 Squires, Ann 142,145,289,340,364 Stackman, Alan 316,364 Stansbury, Charles 289,364 Stark, Melvyn Jay 140,317,364,400 Stat, Robert 349 Stein, Al 350 Stein, Bruce 301,364 Steinbach, Susan 290,364 Stergios, Electra 290,364 Stern, Judy 52,186,290,352,364 Stern, Neil 290,364 Stevenson, Skip 336 Stewart, Mitchell 143 Stiffleman, Alan 161 Stiles, Gordon 170,171,173,174,203 Stoll, Michael 345 Stoll, Rosalie 138,304,364 Stone, John 196 Stone, Katherine 290,364 Stone, Larry 82 Stone, Martin 143 Stranke, Terry 330 Strauss, Brian 317,364 Strauss, John 304,364 Strauss, Morton 304,336,364 Strausss, Richard 332 Street, Mathew Henry 143,326,336,364 Striner, Richard 143 Strype Susan 290,341,364 Sukov, Jack 330 Sumner, L. Claudine 290,364 Suttenberg, Robin 379,400 Swift, Linda 326,364 Synenberg, Roger 350 Taborsky, C. Jeanne 292,364 Tabot, Andrea Jill 292,364 Talarowski, Phyllis 142 Tallia, Nancy 292,364 Tanne, Scott 330 Tannenbaum, Ted 292,350,364 Tarbell, James 329,332 Tassani, Sally 292,341,364 Tate, Jim 19 Taub, Larry 123 Tavema, Lisa 340 Telfeyan, Steven 91 Tekel, Harvey 329,349 Temkin, Mark 400 Tendler, Cathy 292,364 372 Testolin, Susan April 142,145,184,304, 340,364 Thomas, Lewis 317,365 Thomson, Clifford 143 Thornburn, Andrew 193 Throop, Sandy 335 Tisch, Judith 292,365 Tkackuk, Paul 365 Tomford, Claire 355 Tomford, Richard 164,202 Tompkin, Shelley 142 Torres, Tony 332 Townshend, Pamela 292,340,365 Trager, Lou 130,350 Trainor, Kathleen 292,341,365 Tramontin, Angela 304,365 Trapp, Peter 292,365 Travens, Frances 293,365 Tregoning, William Clinton, III 143 Trimble, Sidney 317,365 Trompetter, Susan 293,365 Trout, Susan 293,365 Tucker, Hal 327,349 Tucker, Lawrence 143 Tucker, Ruth 293,365 Tufano, Frank 293,365 Udelson, Cynthia 346 Unger, Harry 293,363 Urban, Sharyn 304,365 Van Dam, Edna 353 Vandegrift, Robert 332 Van Der Plas, Marnix 332 Van Lieu, Denise 143 Vanneman, Ray 365 Van Pelt, Carol Jane 53,142,145,304, 365 Vargo, John 327,365 Vega, Jessie 293,365 Venier, Gay 294,365 Vinnet, Gale 294,365 Vitale, Debbie 346 Vitulli, Janie 341 Vocatura, Michael 294,365 Von Boskirk, Roe Ames 143 Von Grunau, Gabrielle 263,361 Walcoff, Michael 349 Walhay, Sue Ann 294,365 Walker, William 317,365 Wallace, Janet 294,365 Wallen.Gary 170,336 Wallenstein, Helen 142 Walley, John 336 Walsh, Geoffry 82 Wander, Elyse 142,346 Ward, Ambry 294,365 Wald, Cheryl 142 Ward, Jonathon 304,345,365 Warner, Jack 349 Warren, Vicki Jane 365 Wasser, Barry 327,365 Wasser, Terri 346 Watts, Roger 117,127 Webb, Alan 143,305,365 Webster, Thomas 199 Wedgewood, Robert 305,365 Weeks, Helen 294,365 Weidlein, James 400 Weigel, John 295,365 Weinerman, Craig 162,3 49 Weise, Bruce 332 Weisman, David 343 Weisman, Wendy 117 Weinstein, JoAnn 295,365 Weinstein, Robert 317,349,365 Weiss, Fran 140,141,400 Weiss, Marcus Samuel 327,365 Wenger, Rhona 142 Wentz, Roger 120,121 Wescott, Christina 365 Wescott, Susan 294,365 Westheimer, Judith 142 Wexler, Alix 295,365 Wexler, Larry 126 Wexler, Elise 275,365 Wheaton, Phyllis 400 Whiteman, Charles 305,365 373 Whitmore, Robert 116,117,119,143,145, 305,365 Wible, Robert 305,365 Wienerman, Craig 164 Wilce, Cliff 193 Wilcox, Sandra 295,365 Wilman, Joel 143 Williams, Donald 143,196,295,365 Williams, Esther 306,365 Williams, Kenneth 198,336 Wilson, Linda 305,365 Wineland, Linda 295,365 Winkler, Lloyd 317,365 Willner, Martin 198,199 Winter, Philip 198,199 Witlin, Anthony 327,365 Wodford, Todd 345 Woldrof, Richard 350 Wolf, Sanfurd 349 Wolff, Jonathon 305,365 Wolff, Susan 346 Wood, Glenn 193 Wood, Jeff 91 Wornas, Alice 296,365 Wotring, Thomas 345 Wulf, Erica 296,365 Yavelow, John 199 Yohalem, Francoise 143 Yost, Peter 336 Zager, Steven 350 Zatz, Julie 142,143,145,305,340,365 Zeppenfeld, William 196,329,336 Zerner, Bonnie 306,365 Ziegler, Charles 327,365 Zimmern, Howard 296,365 Zipper, Carol 296,365 Zlotoff, Ron 133,349 Zuckerman, Fredda 126,138,296,365 Zuckman, Karen Ellen 296,365 tf$M ' -•.;--■■ i- ' x « ' -h ' ' - " ■$? 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Sy.1.1 NATIONAL HANK 399 Photographers been Editor-in-Chief Sobin Babette Co— Editor Lipsitz Melvyn Business Manager Stark Elaine The Student Goldstein Petra The Year Kahn Fra n Greeks Weiss Jane Greeks Kushei Kathy Seniors and Administration Simon Ken Sports Lore Barbara Index Kaplan Mark Moral Support Temkin Paul Hunter Wood Jo Advisor Williams Bill Advisor McDowell Nancy Staff Pomerantz Barbara Staff Callahan Joanne Staff Dobbs . : ' Joan Staff Kaplan ..■■•■ Lesli Staff Navis Carole Staff Bamberg Michael Ansell Douglas Bernon Wayne Decker Bob Ferrand Kelby Fletcher Glenn Geiger Joel Goodman Jim Johnson Petie Kahn Rob Kann Dennis Kleinman Jane Kushei Babette Lipsitz Joe B. Mann Leslie Milkin Michael O ' Toole Deen J. Sobin Jim Weidlein Quotes liberally extracted from: D.U. Kynewisbok Lawrence Ferlinghetti George Williams Antoine de St. Exupery Rabbi Loew Mansight George McGovern Pintauro Mark Twain Robert Fox To Be Alive, Reid The Inner City Mother Goose, Merriam On The Loose. Russell The 1970 TALON is published and presented in co-operation with the Student Association of The American University, Washington, D.C. Printed through the offset lithography process by Hunter Publishing Company, Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Por- trait photography done by Stevens Studios, Bangor, Maine. Robin Suttenberg Phyllis Wheaton . . . and so there ain ' t nothing more to write about, and I am rotter glad of it, because if I ' d a knowed what a trouble it was to make a book I wouldn ' t a tackled it and I ain ' t a ' going to no more . . .


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