Emerson College - Emersonian Yearbook (Boston, MA)

 - Class of 1971

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We thank you, for you have given us something that we can never lose. You have given us more than words, for you have shared your strengths and talents with us, and you have given us your heart. You have made us laugh and you have made us cry, but most important, you have made us think. 'Chl You have helped us just as much as you have been helped by the special people in your life, some of whom we know: Pat, your wifeg Chuck and Tracy, your children, Frances LaShoto, your friend and teacher, and of course, Pamela. To some you have been a father, to some a special professor, but to all of us you have been a friend. DR. KENNETH C. CRANNELL 2 ffm? 4 '. I i' .a"ZfL ' f?!f'1:"'q wa -, 9 ' ' 4 Q f Aff MW ft, .- 'U , 4 1 qi V L 939 fd :Qf .., .,.. y..-,gun-P"-Y ' VM m M.. A 4' ,,k,,,,w,,, Af . gg ,M ,,j,f Q4 4.. fin , ,H ...af 23,2 45 55 , , " fiwzyyfjfl U A391 E an I--K , A K Rf if , s X 'J W j , ,V 4 X hi q S? YP 2 4 'QCP .3- Q N f -X if im, l 1 ' . ,' - 1 iv' Q, "'1 x E 'x "- 1' , X X . 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John Rogers qjhw 1, Q 'D "The wind doth blow Zoday my Low, and ajifw small drops Mmm . . .U 3 UC0unZ the dqy lost you don!! make someone laugh. J "The7e is ez time Qfslbeaking and Cl lime Qfbeing stiff. " Wz'llz'afn Caxton 4, "Art is ajealous thing that requires the wlwle ana' entire man. 'J WNW "1 L ' h i f I 4 ' '--k " ':'L: -1 1 1' ll. E Qh: 1 Ss ' X NW? as S 'X 'Wg Swim ilu., 11, NX K " ' 11. 1f1i.1, g51j1x ,Ni t - K. - ,, 157- , 1 .1 1211 ,111 111. ,,.11f. Eixffv 2 1 1. ' k ' " 1 1 1 3 1 V4 .Q "I said to mysef 'Seff WfzaZ'5 it all about? H lv' . il'--fe 1 x, iif Y' .AR "Looe ts stronger than death, and death is stronger than hkg it is sad men divide amongst themselves Gibran HOW House is a oegfjne hoaseg with two dogs in the yard ZW used to be so hard U V . -Q ,eg 5, M Su 4 rn- ' :L v ' f Vti' ' A "When all elsefails read the directions. D 56 1, -fn gg . ,qw ,, ,, 4? it 1 fi gy ,A EJ' "Mz'm0, Iam simple "You shall above all things be glaa' ana'y0img. 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O8 "NIGHT RIDE AND SUNRISE" OI' "THE CLOSEST I'VE BEEN TO NEBRASKA" The towns are closed and dark, almost lndistinguishable from the trees we've passed. It is late. Your arm is on the arm rest. Your face is pressed and balanced In your hand as if It is no longer a part of you. l smile at your sleep And dream your dreams Are of this night ride. That we are being pulled By a skeleton locomotive Spewing black smoke Into an empty sky. This has often been your dream. To be taken where you've never been, Frightened by the strangeness Of something new, something Not belonging to you. I stop breathing And turn to the window. Farms flash by, always with a light. l envision farmers Drying their wind splashed eyes On the tail of a horse. When they hear this train They believe it carries Someone they know. When it cuts through their land Their children hang from fences shouting This is our home, where we live! Everything disappears in my breath. You awaken and tell me You have dreamed of a strange land And it was almost a nightmare. I fall to sleep telling you The sun is beginning to rise And when we get To where we are going Wake me. Joseph Newman 110 X! f XX f X X X Z-XX A X 5.3 fbgbdr r . . ,f1 fxtqfgzff f Q ' c..."C',f'x' "' ff gqgt ip If X -W!!! F,.,. QB gym? ' Caf- f ww X X XXX X XXX, X. XX XXX 111 WAKING This will be the day she asks about herself Did l hurt you so much? lt is her wayg in her way she will ask this. She will laugh and leave you with it. lt was a training ground of skin and fire for winter and water, that one poem you will have hold of: the song which is rain: the painting one knows like a birth place: those houses you unbuild to inhabit, yours. You will be livable yourself today. You will say you are the ones you left and the best reason for it. Just so: old leaves make their exit in the lamplight. Fish COl'Tll'T'llt tl'19l'TlS6lVGS to death in soft SSESOFIS. Just so: she will paralyze herself-she knows you- and you know that as you know her and write her off as a dead metaphor. Used up, she is so much the poem she is more than music, shelter, you. So much more than the body you borrowed and its deepest movement, still, still, you will not, ever, be able to answer nothing, you will never say No to her, no. 112 Martha Fritz 'W Q - X J. Z' Lil ga .. TV Q W N24 3 ,mx 2 .Q 5 .. ..., K 4lll 5 fa f Q, ,- -'Sh .rf E , f f . 'SS W -1 . f "'l""-"Seri YH . ' ' m ' 3. , H I ' . f A 5 4 fymhlr Q V . ' f xx 'T fffizfxf., , . .. . Hy- ff- mg .wk . 1 ,Q .. ' +P'1Mi.a,.?gs,.-A?.W.1' . 1 W . 4:5 T:?k.,:,m.i 6,1 X 4 .313 . M it 3+ xii - . L xv: , if - . . ...fffv gj w fifQ35f: . A .4 X A. 'ffs' A af, in We . 1' ff' , . fi' fg-.q . ng: ff., if A fu1isSf12f'.Q W . ' A ,311 ' Q 42, 2 .12 W .r-,.f.-Q, V7fgjQ'?X Wie ' as ,K -A K Q. 65 ' SFS, .,, K, Ve. R J X K 1 a Q. 5 J M . .ff . .f , . .,, . QWTK f - Yr? uv w. W 4 K. W-H . . rw., -w is 4 -A rg 2. 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I know that I am my own whip lashing into myselfg a dark moon snapped. Here is something to show myself, I say. But now, the faintest patch of light is beginning. The river's floor is visible and here we are, myself finding no pleasure. 114 Joseph Newman J West Side Story 'R ff QV, K 11-1 2 A-n vm M, 4- . e . , 1 33+ V -'Af , -LN-1 . e A ' 1.- Awfixfi 'Z Ji: XS gig 'nilllliis i X551 . , V One ! .X NX E N nf if K' VW Ll Suv' Playboy - Q,w.,QWV-M fm? A I Of The Western World 126 lil Y ' O 128 'ew X Y n A . V :A A U . " "i l!di ,E its 3 i'fg'.v.,-'79 as .,. .I K ,... . -A ,K ,,,, . , ,.,,,,,,., ,,,,,, 129 .ffl NNN ,.- Q...-I"' awww ,K w 7.. I - N Q L: N j - '4 '1 if f ' 0 ., . QW Z, H . f S "" 1 f Am., a W , J S -ef 43 4 A u V eg 'lu-.- Xiu 24 Q Q Y W'-"- .,,,,. il- ',,- 1 'li' 130 N si? d I angry., I K fillfl. 5 1 X' x 1 as '4 3 J' I .Q +.......,g xl ,, i , I 4 , . , X ' . . ei' .,. . ,,,, 4 142 , in . Q - 17 L. 40 1 Q.. 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W F L 4 V f J , M was-xv E' I I .K . ,xr , QQ .gifdg 145-L ' ,ps . x - X f, A 5'12"A bg A23 , qt 'fx ykl, ' - U My X fmlzlveffqwlerle 'Uu,1fm.lve rg-Jffrlllezfn. X 6 . 72 ?' .gf , -Q 71' n -Wh : .. ,.+??f?f.,- - 'J 'Y - 5, 7 A ...1 if . 11 . -gf ? Q L-iff' ' L' 5-gzip . . -- 1 252- ' 7' 14' SR? FYI? ' , N XJ, Qfzulk, f' f f 'T 7 ' ' ' . My 42' ,. ,Q .V M, -1 gf' Q 5, L . V. .Tv Q . .,.k , A.. ,1 A ' .uf ,I . A . Y 'pq-ix M. 1 1 va ,wr ug my '+,'.f.6Eb.: Q A fSs!.' L' 'iiiiiil HS' . ig! 'K ffl z-: , gg.: ga 1 . J N. . x - ' af x Ea .5 'HSP ,, X , .1 -.m:gf.gK , - -.. .m-3'2,.'gf f . .... N. Nrzgud.. .L ., -2912. iiixiygy .kgs ,X wsvfsfbg , . W.. .1 g.f..a,. ...awe .figfff 'ff ff' nf VH! X .-:ci by 529 - ffl' V: . I-3 if' 75 F. 176 "ln one sense there is no death. The life of a soul on earth lasts beyond his departure. You will always feel that life touching yours, that voice speaking to you, that spirit looking out of other eyes, talking to you in the familiar things he touched, worked with, loved as fa- miliar friends. He lives on in your life and in the lives of all others that knew him." We will miss Blair Richardson. 177 78 A ' A - MQ. ,gf .- Q , 'fir Ii Y f .1 179 Editors-in-Chief Business Manager Senior Representatives Theatre Consultant Sports Consultants Art Staff Photography Stajjf Staf Faculty Advisor Special Thanks Cover Photo Cover Design Deborah Disbrow Maris Hoodkiss Steven Shure Marilyn Auerbach Sidney Myer jack Hyman jeffrey Chafitz Michael Connor Allison Armstrong fpp. 48, 111, 113, 178-1 792 Bruce Behan, Laurie Ellenberg Deborah Dpenden lp. 1 151 Iefrey Chafitz, Al Kania, jamie Mack, Russ Mason, Barry Rosenthal, Steven Shure, Kenneth Stanley Toby Blumenfeld, Laurie Lutzlcy, Chris Mason, Bonnie Satlcin, Marlene Segal, Harriet Straka, Laurie Thurschwell Mr. Leslie McAllister Alan Lentin, Ross Farnham, Tony Mauro, Linco Pat Crannell, Frances LaShoto, Debbie O., Les McAllister, George Llrsul, Laurie and Heidi, Sten K., Berkeley Beacon, Fran and Eli, Rosemarie and George, and Mr. Bo jangles Alan Lentin Tony Mauro 80 ln Studios 8 David Michael Albrektson Raymond Alexander, Jr. Mary Amenta Julie Anderson Mel Applebaum Stephen Aronowitz Jacqueline Arthur Marilyn Iris Auerbach Richard Michael Baker Richard Barnes Bruce Behan David Anlhony Berman Donna Bertelli Paula J, Bertsch Edith Bickoff Susan Billian 182 'Me l l l Nomi Blank Toby Judith Blumenfeld Michael J. Bolger Rgnald Bor Flae Fir1e9Old Brier John J. Brown Dawne Brownell Madelyn Burns Joseph L. Caputa II Elizabeth Jeanne Carey Martha Carr Gail Carraher Al Carrys Jeffrey Chafitz Joyce Checkoway Jennifer Chesler 183 . .. , JA. Michael Connor Allan Coolidge, Jr. Christina Corcoran Joanne Cosgrove Stephen C. Cosman Jennifer Alicia Cover ...Y Gayle Abby Dessel Deborah Grace Disbrow Kyle Eckler Roberta Elfenbein 184 inn-9 Nlur Kathy Cryan Bonnie P. Cutler Marian Downs Derek Durst Paula B. Ershler Margaret Farren Eleanor Fisher Alice Fleece Jane Forrest Patrick James Foley W' .l- Robert Fort Ellen Fox Barry Freedman Frederick A. Friedman Martha Fritz Anne Gabis Peter F. Gaines John Gallos William Garr Judith Garrick Ted Gendron Richard Gold 185 Barbara G. Goldman Ira Goldstone Caryn Goodman Gary Gaffney Goodwin Stuart Gottesman Constance Graham Melanie Gross Judith Greenberg 'SP Joyce Gurevich Sandra L. Gulesserian Barbara Anne Haberman Marlene Halpern Hope Stuart Hanron Catherine A. Harris Stephen C. Hausmann Philip C. Heath 186 Linda Hendel Linda Ann Holstine Renee Houle Stuyvesant T. B. Jackson Meryl Herwood Sheila K. Hickey Penelope Anne Hirsch Kristine Holtvedt Joseph Honig Maris Yvonng Hoodkiss William Howard Dennis A. Humphrey Jack Hyman Aaron Jacobs Carol Ann Jaffee Judith Anne Jaffe 187 Flon Jones Lois Kam AI Kania Karen Karten David Kaufman Julia Keefer Deborah Krauss Ellen M. Krenzis Ruth Kulbis Douglas Kupper Elizabeth Lake Susan Joy Lavitt 66 179 i Ellen Lepes Helena Levine Philip Levine Ronald Howard Levine 188 Jeffrey Gene Levy Neil Linden Wendy Ann Lipton Susan Locke Janice A, Lord I,Sharyr1 Lowe Doris Ludwig Bruce Stuart Manning Q . I Bruce Mansell Donna Marenghi Gilbert L. Martin Sandra Martire i Janet Matalon Ed Matthews Ff21HCif1G Karen Mavros Walker Merryman 189 Gale Andrea Mileto Frederick Miller Ruth Miller Peter Mobilia, Jr. Urla Morgan Susan E. Mullaney Sidney Myer Betsy D. Nelson Nancy Nelson Bruce Noonan Vicki Norris Deborah Openden E I , ' 1 . Z S . A Cass Paley Daniel Paul Bonnie J. Peak Theodore Perzan 190 Barry Pieper David Pinkham Steven Pollak Linda Porcello Charity B. POWGV Richard Pozniak Douglas James Pryor Vicki Lynn Rabinowe W Z 5 I W Susan Ramler James H. Reed Ill Gail Reese Thomas Rhodes Richard Riel Gayle E. Riichie Raquel Roe John Rogers 191 Michael Romano Karen Rebecca Rosen Kenneth Rosenbaum Heidi Rosenfield Robert Roth Roberta Jan Safi re Lou Saltzman Judith Salzberg 'kv John Sargent Fred Schultz Susan Carmel Scialo Peter M. Seronick Patricia Shendelman Arthur Silverman Robin Silverman Eileen Sinen 192 'AN Pamela Singer Leslie Slavelsky Gary B. Smith Janice Cuddy Smith l David Sommer John Michael Sophos Kenneth Brian Stanley Stephanie Stein David Adam Stern Gail Stieber Glynn Stillwell F. Scott Stone bf Harriet Straka Kristopher Street Mark A- SUQGYDSVQ Mal-WCS Sullivan 193 l Jacklyn Sussman Anne Marie Sward Magda Szyffer 'I Judy Lynn Truncer Joan Tuch Eileen Vassos Albertina Vincente Kannikar Visetbhakdi Linda Wachtenheim Gary Alan Walsh Marcia Weill Wynne Weinreb 194 Sally A. Thompson Janet Michele Verbeyst Sandra Wallman Linda Joy Weiss Fiona Wexler Cheryl Wiesenfeld Beth Carol Winneg Kenneth Dennis Winslow, Jr. Sandra Wolozinsky David Bruce Woolfson Paul Yenofsky Gail Young Rhonda Fran Young Cari Zukroff 195 SENIOR DIRECTORY RAYMOND D. ALEXANDER B.S. Mass Communications Prospectus Magazine, WECB, News Director, WERS-FM, Producer, Varsity Club, lnter-Fra- ternity Council, Phi Alpha Tau, Baseball Team, Strolling Players MARY T. AMENTA B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Student Advisor, Representative Assembly, Sailing Club, Kappa Gamma Chi, Vice Presi- dent, Sigma Phi Eta, Hazing Committee. RICHARD BARNES B.S. Speech Forensics, Cross Country Team, Co-Captain BRUCE N. BEHAN B.S. Mass Communications Student Advisor, Class Officer, Vice Presi- dent, Treasurer, Representative Assembly Emersonian, Sailing Club, WECB, WERS-TV, Phi Alpha Tau, Secretary, Treasurer, Junior Prom Chairman DAVID BERMAN B.S. Speech Education Berkley Beacon, Emersonian, Hillel, WECB, WERS-FM, Varsity Club, Rho Delta Omega, Social Chairman, President, Hockey Team, Who's Who Among Greek Fraternities and Sororities in America SUSAN BILLIAN B.A. Psychology Student Advisor, Kappa Gamma Chi, Social Service Chairman NAOMI R. BLANK B.S. Speech Education Student Advisor, Representative Assembly, Booster Club, Cheerleading, Captain TOBY JUDITH BLU MENFELD B.S. Speech Education Student Advisor, Class Officer, Secretary, Representative Assembly, Booster Club, Emersonian, Hillel, International Relations Society, Sailing Club, Social Service, Kappa Gamma Chi, Historian, Pledge Mistress, G.A.L., Dean's List MICHAEL BOLGER B.S. Speech Phi Alpha Tau DONALD J. BROOKINS B.S. Mass Communications WECB, WERS-FM, Copy Editor, Lambda Psi Pi, Secretary JOHN J. BROWN B.A. Dramatics Arts Alpha Psi Omega, Oral Interpretation Society, Performing Arts Society, Chairman, Emerson Strolling Players, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities DAWNE BROWNELL B.A. Elementary Education Transfer Student JOSEPH L. CAPUTA II B.S. Business and Industrial Commu- nications Student Advisor, Berkley Beacon, Environ- ment Editor, Booster Club, Emersonian, Sail- ing Club, Student Christian Association, WECB, Varsity Club, Treasurer, Alpha Pi Theta, Treasurer, Baseball Team, Basketball Team ELIZABETH CAREY B.S. Speech and Communications Student Advisor, Forensics, Gold Key, Inter- Faith, Newman Club, Sailing Club, Speech Choir, Chorus, WERS-FM, Pan-Hell Council, Zeta Phi Eta, Vice President, Oral Inter- pretation Society, Performing Arts Society JEFFREY J. CHAFITZ B.S. Mass Communications Student Advisor, Representative Assembly, Berkley Beacon, Emersonian, Sailing Club, WECB, WERS-FM, WERS-TV, Varsity Club, Phi Alpha Tau, Wrestling Team JOYCE CHECKOWAY B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Proctor MICHAEL M. CONNOR B.S. Speech Emersonian, Sports Editor, WECB, WERS- TV, Varsity Club, Inter-Fraternity Council, Rho Delta Omega, Vice President, Wrestling Team, Captain, Baseball Team ALLAN COOLIDGE B.S. Dramatic Arts Berkley Beacon, Newman Club, Performing Arts Society, Dance Company JOANNE DINICOLANTONIO COSGROVE B.A. English Literature Newman Club DEBORAH GRACE DISBROW B.S. Speech Education Student Advisor, Emersonian, Faculty and Administration Editor, Co-Editor-in-Chief, Sailing Club, Pan-Hell Council, Kappa Gamma Chi, Social Service Chairman, Presi- dent, Oral Interpretation Society KYLE ECKLER B.S. Dramatic Arts Representative Assembly, Alpha Psi Omega, Secretary, Deertrees Theatre PATRICK JAMES FOLEY B.A. Mass Communications Sailing Club, Vice Commodore, Chorus, Vice President, WERS-FM, JANE FORREST B.S. Speech International Relations Society, Sailing Club, Social Service, Oral Interpretation Society FREDERICK FRIEDMAN B.S. Speech Education Student Advisor, Representative Assembly, Berkley Beacon, Sports Editor, Forensics, Varsity Club, Alpha Pi Theta, Basketball Team MARTHA FRITZ B.A. English-Creative Writing Emerson Review, Poetry Editor, International Relations Society, Emersonian, Dean's List, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities, Published Poet, Tides 196 JOHN GALLOS B.A. English Emerson Review, WECB, WERS-FM, Oral ln- terpretation Society Transfer Student WILLIAM GARR B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Associate Aid to Speech Therapy, Sigma Phi Eta BARBARA G. GOLDMAN B.S. Dramatics Arts Dean's List Transfer Student IRA GOLDSTONE B.S. Mass Communications Gold Key, WECB, Assistant Chief Engineer, WERS-TV, Chief Engineer, Station Manager, Inter-Fraternity Council, Phi Alpha Tau, Presi- dent CONSTANCE GRAHAM B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Proctor JUDITH S. GREENBERG B.A. Elementary Education M.E.S.A., Social Service MELANIE GROSS B.S. Dramatic Arts Student Advisor, Berkeley Beacon, Hillel, Sailing Club, Social Service, Speech Choir, Performing Arts Society, Oral Interpretation Society, Educational Resources Committee JOYCE GUREVICH B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Gold Key, Sigma Alpha Eta, Vice President, S.P.D.R., Emerson Representative in the Turtle Race at Northeastern University STEPHEN HAUSMANN B.S. Mass Communications Student Advisor, Newman Club, Prospectus Magazine, WERS-FM, Sports Director, Varsity Club, Baseball Team LINDA HENDEL B.A. Elementary Education Sailing Club, Kappa Gamma Chi MERYL HERWOOD B.S. Speech Education Commencement Committee, Junior Vaude- ville Show SHEILA HICKEY B.S. Theatre Education Alpha Psi Omega, Children's Theatre PENELOPE HIRSCH B.S. Dramatic Arts Sailing Club, Chorus, Alpha Psi Omega, Dor- mitory Council, Strolling Players, Performing Arts Society, Musical Theatre Society LINDA HOLSTINE B.S. Speech Pathology Transfer Student KRISTINE HOLTVEDT B.S. Dramatic Arts Chorus, Secretary, President, Alpha Psi Omega, Strolling Players, Musical Theatre Society, Performing Arts Society MARIS YVONNE HOODKISS B.A. English Student Advisor, Representative Assembly, Emersonian, copy-editor, Co-Editor-in-Chief, Gold Key, Elections Chairman, International Relations Society, Secretary, Sailing Club, Hillel, Emerson Review, Kappa Gamma Chi, Corresponding Secretary, Dean's List, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. RENEE HOULE B.S. Mass Communications Student Advisor, Berkeley Beacon, Gold Key, Elections Chairman, Prospectus Magazine, WERS-FM, Public Relations Director, Phi Mu Gamma, Pledge-mistress, Alpha Epsilon Rho, Secretary, National Officer as Alumni Coor- dinator, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities DENNIS HUMPHREY B.A. Elementary Education Student Advisor, Booster Club, M.E.S.A., Newman Club, Prospectus Magazine, Materi- als and Methods Planning Committee, Audio Visual Planning Committee JACK HYMAN B.S. Dramatic Arts Student Advisor, Representative Assembly, Berkeley Beacon, Business Manager, Emer- sonian, Theatre Editor, Oral Interpretation Society, Treasurer, Sailing Club, Varsity Club, President, Alpha Pi Theta, Corresponding Secretary, Alpha Psi Omega, President, Wrestling Team, Strolling Players, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities STUYVESANT JACKSON B.S. Mass Communications WECB, WERS-FM AARON JACOBS B.S. Mass Communications WECB, WERS-FM, WERS-TV, Alpha Epsilon Rho JUDITH JAFFE B.A. English Literature RON JONES B.S. Theatre Education Student Advisor ALAN KANIA B.S. Mass Communications Berkeley Beacon, Emersonian, Sailing Club, Sailing Team, Transfer Student THOMAS KARON B,A. Elementary Education KAREN KARTEN ' B.S. Theatre Education Berkeley Beacon, Emersonian, Kappa Gamma Chi JULIE KEEFER B.S. Mass Communications Student Advisor, Forensics, International Re- lations Society, Sailing Club, WECB, WERS- FM, Producer, WERS-TV, Oral Interpretation Society ELLEN KRENZIS B.A. Speech Education Associate Aid to Speech Therapy, Booster Club WENDY LIPTON B.S. Speech Education Cheerleader, lnterdormitory Council, House Council, Dean's List JANICE LORD B.A. Elementary Education Transfer Student DORIS LUDWIG B.S. Business and Industrial Commu- nications Student Advisor, Student Government Asso- ciation, Secretary, Berkeley Beacon, Emerso- nian, Faculty Editor, Gold Key, WERS-TV, Kappa Gamma Chi, Parliamentarian, Treas- urer, Social Chairman, Commencement Com- mittee, Student Faculty Relations Committee, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities BRUCE MANSELL B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Sailing Club GILBERT MARTIN B.S. Mass Communications Eboni, Sailing Club, WECB, WERS-FM, Pub- lic Affairs, WERS-TV WALKER MERRYMAN B.S. Mass Communications Student Advisor, M.E.S.A., Social Service, WERS-FM, Program Director, WERS-TV, Al- pha Epsilon Rho, Pledgemaster, Parlia- mentarian, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities FREDERICK MILLER B.A. English Berkeley Beacon, Assistant Photo Editor, WECB, WERS-FM, Program Director, WERS- TV SUSAN MULLANEY B.A. Mass Communications Chorus, WERS-FM, Assistant News Director SIDNEY MYER B.A. Mass Communications Class Officer, Vice-President, Emersonian, Class Representative, Hillel, Prospectus Magazine, Junior Vaudeville Show Chairman BETSY NELSON B.A. Elementary Education Transfer Student DANIEL L. PAUL B.S. Mass Communications Prospectus Magazine, Editor, Sailing Club, WECB, Varsity Club, Baseball Team THEODORE PERZAN B.S. Mass Communications WERS-TV STEVEN POLLAK B.S. Mass Communications Student Advisor, Forensics, WERS-FM. News Editor, H.E.L.P., Dorm Council CHARITY B. POWER B.S. Mass Communications RICHARD A. POZNIAK B.S. Business and Industrial Commu- nications Berkeley Beacon, Assistant Editor, Editorial Board, Prospectus Magazine, Editor, Sailing Club, WERS-FM, Social and Community Re- lations Committee DOUGLAS PRYOR B.S. Dramatic Arts Transfer Student, Essex Community College SUSAN RAMLER B.S. Communication Theory Student Advisor, Speech Choir, WECB, WERS-FM, WERS-TV, Union Art Contest Win- ner, Dean's List 197 JAMES REED B.S. Mass Communications Sailing Club, WERS-FM, Traffic Director, Var- sity Club, Phi Alpha Tau, Pledgemaster, Vice- President, Varsity Sailing THOMAS RHODES B.S. Mass Communications Prospectus Magazine, Hockey Team RICHARD RIEL B.A. Psychology of Education Social Service WILLIAM RING B.S. Mass Communications WERS-FM GAYLE RITCHIE B.A. Theatre Education Oral Interpretation Society MICHAEL ROMANO B.S. Business and Industrial Commu- nications Student Advisor, Class Secretary, Represen- tative Assembly, Berkeley Beacon, Advertis- ing Manager, Emersonian, International Rela- tions Society, Newman Club, Social Service, Chorus, WERS-TV, Alpha Pi Theta, Corre- sponding Secretary, Who's Who Among Stu- dents in American Colleges and Universities KENNETH ROSENBAUM B.S. Mass Communications Student Advisor, WERS-TV, Inter-Fraternity Council, President, Alpha Pi Theta, Business Manager, Vice-President, President ROBERT ROTH B,S. Dramatic Arts Phi Alpha Tau ROBERTA SAFIRE B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Student Advisor, S.G.A. Officer, Gold Key, Hillel, Sailing Club, Cheerleader, Vaudeville Show JOHN SARGENT B.S. Mass Communications Sailing Club, WECB, News Staff, Fencing Team LESLIE SLAVETSKY B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Student Advisor, Gold Key, Dean's List KENNETH BRIAN STANLEY B.S. Oral Interpretation Oral Interpretation Society, Emersonian, Ber- keley Beacon, Managing Editor STEPHANIE STEIN B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Associate Aid to Speech Therapy, Hillel, Sigma Alpha Eta, Summer Extension Com- mittee KRISTOPHER STREET B.A. Theatre Education Berkeley Beacon, Layout Editor, Sailing Club, Sailing Racing Team MARK SUGARBERG B.S. Mass Communications WERS-TV MAURICE SULLIVAN B.S. Mass Communications g Student Advisor, Sailing Club, WECB, WERS- TV, Alpha Pi Theta, Historian, Wrestling Team, Sailing Team, Skipper JOAN TUCH B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Booster Club, Hillel, Sigma Alpha Eta, Proctor LINDA WACHTENHEIM B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology Student Advisor, Hillel, Kappa Gamma Chi, Publicity Chairman, Sigma Alpha Eta GARY WALSH B.S. Speech Education Speech Choir, Varsity Club, Hockey Team WYNNE WEINREB B.A. English Student Advisor, Representative Assembly, Girls' Basketball, Election Committee, Stu dent-Faculty Relations, Housing Board, Proc- tor FRED WEISSMAN B.S. Mass Communications Berkeley Beacon, photographer, WERS-FM RONA WEXLER B.A. English Student Advisor, Representative Assembly, Gold Key, Dean's List, Dormitory Committee DAVID WOOLFSON B.S. Mass Communications 8. Speech Student Advisor, Class Treasurer, Student Government Treasurer, Sailing Club, Social Service, WECB, WERS-FM, WERS-TV, Inter- Fraternity Council, Vice-President, Alpha Pi Theta, Vice-President, President, Alumni Di- rector, Academic Calendar Committee, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities GAIL A. YOUNG B.S. Theatre Education 198 .Alpha Psi Omega, House Council, Proctor, Social Service, President, Musical Theatre Society, Executive Secretary, Deertrees, Strolling Players, Transfer Student RHONDA FRAN YOUNG B.S. Oral Interpretation Hillel, Sailing Club, Speech Choir, Reader's Theatre, Oral Interpretation Society CARL ZUKROFF B.A. Mass Communications Student Advisor, Class Officer, President, Gold Key, Sailing Club, WERS-FM, WERS-TV, Alpha Pi Theta, Sargeant at Arms, Student- Faculty Relations, Stacia's father, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities "X, f Jain' X -4f""?' VAN! 5 H' J' 1 X 'ft


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