University of Maryland College Park - Terrapin / Reveille Yearbook (College Park, MD)

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■r-J ' - :,, -WW ' : ' M . ' .:y.y- ' tS:-i iiKip M m Wi ri m i :n ' i ;.:: h,i M ' ifV ♦. m u ; i i :- - ' -ir -iiA iy,i i:- - .■•n . ' •i " : ' i .Mtm Universily of Maryland Terrapin 1962 Published by the Undergraduate Student Body of the University of Maryhind College Park, Maryland Volume 61 ' 1962 Janice Montgomery and John F. Rogers Co-Editors-in-Chief Ro ss Harwood Beville . . . Business Manager Frank Tucci Mc— — ' ' ' ' ' - Academic ... 78 Activities 146 Athletics administration colleges honoraries ... military 81 87 109 139 student government 149 classes 155 religion 163 queens 169 fall winter .... spring .... intramurals communications 177 drama 193 music 207 organizations 215 TABLE OF 246 Residences 306 Seniors 394 249 271 285 297 women ' s dorms 309 men ' s dorms 323 sororities 345 fraternities 366 commuters 389 seniors index . 397 448 CONTENTS STUDENTS, LIKE j;()l)Iiiis aiouiul the witches ' fire, cheer the football team on to victory. A university should be a place Benjamin Disraeli • ' m ■ - M . THE NEW GROWTH of mobile homes shows the eagerness of students to obtain an education. PROGRESS IS shown in the rebuilding of Taliaferro Hall to make more student classrooms. A university should be a place . . . With its past dating back to the founding of the College of Medicine in Baltimore in 1807 and proceeding to the founding of the College of Agriculture at College Park in 1856, Maryland continues its forward growth. At present, the enrollment of the University is 48,000 at College Park, at Baltimore, and overseas. Ultra-modern dorms, such as Cen- treville, and the construction of new student classrooms also exemplify Maryland ' s boom- ing future. ENTERING INTO tlir L ' iiivrisit - ol Mar land opens unliuntrd liori .oiis to many. CENTREVILLE. tlic new nine stor ' dorm, rcllcrts tlu ' Inistlinj tutvire of the l ' iii ersity. STUDENTS FREQUENTLY visit the library for a few hours of concentrated study. GOOD TIMES and Hghtheartedness, reflected by enthusi- astic cheerleaders, show that our team is always ready to go. THE UNIVERSITY offers experiences and freedom that cannot be measured in terms of knowledge gained in the classroom alone. Friendly gatherings enable students to learn more of the world about them. 10 A university is a place THE UNIVERSITY is a place wluTf students may tiiul tlie patliwa s leaclitijj to their tiitures. On passiiij; through, students will find in studies, I ' xtra-curricular acti ities, enduring friendships, and pleasant sur- roundings the means of obtaining their ultimate goals of life. ' i ' . ... a place of light The University is a place where students may find good times and fond memories throughout their college life. Friendships and memories found here are not soon to be forgotten. Through Greek life in a sorority or a fraternity or independent life in a dorm- itory, students will experience lighthearted times of parties, sun-bathing, dating, and school games. In years to come students will look back and remember the wonderful night their sorority won at Harmony Hall or the great day the Terps beat Penn State. THE KAPPA Alpha Theta girls lightened the fall festivities with their gay song at Harmony Hall. A GOOD i T ends with a kiss. AFTER A WEEK of stutiies, students relax by twisting the night away. 12 -te: ! 0 TIME IS wasti ' d 1) anxious girls in " Annie A " in soakinj; up sun liylil Ixliind their dorm w lien the lirst spring tlavs hrighten up the University of Mar land campus. CHEERLEADERS ami stutknts alike join in on tlu lun at a ganu ' to uatcli the 1 Vrps go. 13 ' ■■: A- .-.. •. -i THE BEAUTIFUL LAYOUT of the campus enables students to have the STUDENTS UTILIZE their fi-eedom to campaign dining tlie campus elections. privilege ot stuck iiig out ot cioors during tlie spring. EVERYONE HUSTLES to get to his class on tinu-. . . . a place of liberty Arri ing at Maryland, a student l)c u;in,s a new ad enture in freedom. Here one finds a system of self-government under the Stu- dent Government Association that is pat- terned after the Federal government. The executive and legislatixe l)ranches of the SGA are chosen by campus elections. Stu- dents are at lihertx- to nominate and xotc for their own candidates through two political parties, Free State and Old Line. The SGA also has a judicial branch, established tlirough student initiatixc, where students arc judged on an ecjual basis b ' their peers. Through libert - to goxcMii themsehes, stu- dents are better prepared to take on hiture responsibilities. r T ! r EXAMS ALWAYS seem to come quickly for everyone. ... a place of learning In the past several years, Maryland has not only expanded physically, but academ- ically. Beginning with only two colleges, the University has grown into eight colleges and a graduate school. This growth has also been demonstrated by the addition of night courses and summer school along with the regular spring and fall semesters. With varied curriculums ranging fiom Engineer- ing to Nursing, Maryland has achieved recognition which has placed the school on the same level with many other outstanding American universities. This rapid scholastic growth has been brought about by the ef- forts of President Elkins and his staff. By his ability to obtain well-qualified profes- sors. President Elkins has raised the ac- ademic standing of Maryland. AN ISRAELI JOURNALIST discusses world problems at the Hillel House. 16 EXAMS KEEP MANY students up l)urniii,miiicliii,iilit DR. ZEEVELD LECTURES ..u Kli alx-tlMii I ' jiul.u oil. IN A STUDENT ' S husy lilt " , every st-tond counts to tatcli up on studies. ll ikiF " ' - 1 1- I [ i •■ ' ■ p Mt- 1 -- i n j» A GOOD RESEARCH p ipc i l)fjiiiis w itli a stop at tin- lihrary ' s card catalog. EVERY RE- SEARCH PA- PER requires several trips by the student to the large stack rooms. DONNA CHECKS her lihrarv hooks out at (lie loan desk. E nli ght enment Through Research A fre.shman, Donna Skoglund, is making her first trip to the hbrary to do a researeli paper. While in the process of writing her paper, she learns how to use the Nh r ' land library ' s open stack system in locating books. STOP HERE to sliow all hooks to the attendant. MR. HOCHL ' LI is workinu with a luicrowaN f caiit ' . Research In Electrical Engineering ' riic L ' liix ei " sit of Mar hmd ' s Electrical Engi- neering Department, with the help of a United States Navy research contract, is (exploring the solid state properties of cr stals. At the present time i)()th micro- waves and lii ht sonrccs are heinii nsed to stnd two [)h()ton processes. THIS IS PART ol tlic niiiTowaxc spcctroiiictiT. HERE, A MAGNET u itli a mitrowave carity is aiiniH ' cl 1) Mr. ilociiiiii with a liglit source. l)iiiiH 19 Research In Physics The Physics Department is now involved in research of varying natures. The picture (below) illustrates a T-tube device. Within the T-tube device, a mass of plasma (or ion- ized gas) behind the shock front is produced when a high current discharges between the electrodes of the tube. With shock tubes, physicists probe the physical properties of ionized gaseous matter. These studies in the laboratory have application in fields such as space physics and thermonuclear technology. The 3.5 Mev Van de Graaf f accelerator (opposite page) sets up an intense elec- trostatic field to speed up charged particles that produce nuclear reactions. The ac- celerating field inside a vertical tank is filled with an insulating gaseous mixture which separates the positive and negative sources of the field from each other. The accelerated particles enter the target room through an opening in the ceiling and are de- flected to the target by magnetic fields. The beam path is in a vacuum inside a tube which is terminated in the target. THE ACCELERATING FIELD is located inside the vertical tank. THE IMPORTANT USES of a shock tube are now being demonstrated. - THE TARGET ROOM is l.rlow tin- vfitital tank. AS THE TANK soals art ' adjusted, the pressure in the tank is checked. Research In Psychology The psychology department is engaged in several experiments. In the experiment be- low, the ruilning speed of a rat is being tested as a function of various amounts of food and other rewards. The speed is recorded by pho- to electric cells. The picture at the right shows a dog-faced baboon which is being tested for her reac- tions to forced changes in her food habits. She lives in this box and gains her food and water by pushing buttons and pressing lev- ers. The automatic programming equipment on the left programs and records the experi- ment. LARRY POTASH and John Heideman are checking the running speed of this rat. JOHN THOMAS EXAMINES a baboon tlurijiji tlic course ol a behavioral experiment. 23 t; . - :,•■- -f " - ?! . Research In Biology Blood agar plates and blood cultures are being made by Frank Koontz for the giowth and study of organism isolated fi-om the or- gans and tissues of normal and diseased in- dividuals. The purpose of this research is to devise a scheme to differentiate between the genera of bacteria isolated from normal and diseased tissues. These particular bac- teria are quite similar in their physiological and biochemical activities and thus are often incorrectly identified. The results of the blood agar plates and blood cultures will show whether the organism is capable ot hemolysing red blood cells and which type of hemolysis will be produced. This informa- tion will then aid in the identification of bacteria. BLOOD IS TRANSFERRED trom a test tube to plates. PARASITE LARVAE animal. injected into an e.xperiniental HEATED AGAR is being added to test plates. Maryland throughout the year — a place of light, liberty, and learning 25 WORKMEN HURRY to complete new Centreville on time. Expansion, Registration Students returned to Maryland this fall to find a larger campus. The construction of another dining hall, in addition to Cam- bridge, Chestertown, Bel Air, and eight- story Centreville, forms the new quadrangle which lies in the northern suburbs of the campus. Other expansion includes the con- struction and renovation of the wings adja- cent to Taliaferro Hall. During registration, a record 15,502 and 14,256 graduates and un- dergraduates enrolled in classes in College Park first and second semesters respectively. A canopy erected over the rear library en- trance shielded students from the elements. CONSTRUCTION completes the new quadrangle, first of its kind on campus -: -_- — ' . ' ??-i ' •• ■ EQUIPPED with an ever tentative schedule of classes, registrants wait. — . •■• ■ " ■IP " SORRY, IT ' S CLOSED " is the ifply as stiuK-iits liopctully adjust sdudiilrs. SAWDUST, COURSE CARDS, a.ul a ina c ol tal.I.s c. iistili.tr ifKisliatioii. CAUGHT IN a whirl ot orientation activities, incoming freshmen procure tickets to their first college football gai Freshman Orientation Maryland ' s new fieshmen unpacked their suitcases, put on their dinks, and were ready to participate in the orientation activities that would acquaint them with college life. The li ' W arrivals toured the campus with FOB ti. leaders, attended the President ' s convocal) , and met fellow classmates at tV( " Frcsl ui Mixer " where " Mr. and Miss Typical Freshman " were chosen. It was not unusual for a new student to approach an up- perclassman and ask, " Where can I find the library? " However, it was not long before the fieshmen learned the ways and means of university life and were considered full- fledged Maryland students. 28 THIS CO-ED HAS a twist stvl - all her nun " WHERE TO NOW? " thrv ask their toiir- ' TEN MINUTES are allowed hetween classes. " she explains. ' WELCOME TO OUR house " is the greeting sorority women extend to rushees. Sorority Rush An unprecedented 681 girls attended open house teas this fall despite the heat of Indian Summer and fraternities ' attempts to hide shoes left outside sorority houses. For one hectic week rushees attended par- ties, became acquainted with the girls, and were finally pledged. Besides taking in lovely girls, many of the sororities were able to fill their rush quota. Once pledged, the girls settled down to making their grades, that is, while not in the company of newly- made fraternal acquaintances. GAY (JOINVEKSATIOIN enables the girls to become ac- cjuaiTited. ORIGINAL ENTERTAINMENT is provided by sorority sophisti- cates. ' CONGRATULATIONS, pledge HANDSHAKES AND SMH.KS cliaiaelcn c Iral.Ti.iK rusl, parties. Fraternity Rush Fnitt ' inity open houses, although less for- mal than those ot sororities, seemed to have aeeoniplished the same desired effect, for a likewise large number of Maryland boys be- came interested enough in the Greek system to become a part of it. Stag parties, drag par- ties, and entertainment parties were held; an- ticipation mounted as rushees returned to the houses of their choice. Despite the mix-up in bids, each fraternity boast( d a pledge class of tine, upstanding lads. " WE ' RE VEKY HAPPY to .c yon hack. Hill. " ' YOU CAN ' T TELL inr that ' s tlic mip " iaimiis tiiis tickh-d niOu-e. 31 ELLA SWINGS with " Mac the Knife. ELLA SINGS " I ' ve Got That Old FeeHng. ' ELLA was bewitching. " •V ♦4 I ' M 1 m : r M - : , M KALEGETHOS TAPS new nKMnl)t " is dininu intrmiission. ELLA IS " Tlic First Lady Of Sont;. IFC Presents Ella Fitzgerald A crowd ot o CM ' 9,(){)() janiinecl Cole Field- house to watch the peifoniumce ot one of America ' s most celebrated singers — Ella Fitzgerald. Ella has achie cd fame through her instinctive technique for perfection of ()ice and range and her " true ear " which is said to he so exact that musicians can tune in- struments by her voice. The Paul Smith Trio accompanied her in several taNorites includ- ing " You ' re M Thrill, " " Mack the Knife, " and her recent nightclub hit, " Mr. Paganini. " A plaque was presented to the " First Lady of Song " by Jim Kenny, president of IFC. During intermission the newl - eli-cted members of Kalegethos, the men ' s fraternit honorar ' , were tapped and brought to the stage where they were presented with the traditional black and gold sash. 33 CANDIDATES ANXIOUSLY await the final decision. Pledge Dance Greeks danced to the music of Tiny Meeker this year at the annual Pledge Dance given by Panhellenic in honor of all the new sorority pledges. The theme of " Autumn Em- ber " was carried out with different colored leaves and Halloween masks as well as large replicas of each sorority ' s pledge pin lining the walls of the armory. Each queen candi- date nominated by her sorority was escorted to a central revolving platform where the crowning ceremony took place. Lovely, petite Fran Morell, a Delta Gamma pledge, was crcwned by Pet( Wasnier to reign as queen ( i the pledges lor the coming year. Janie Edv rls and Pat Missel were first and second ruii ■. rs-up respectively. FRAN MORELL REIGNS as " Queen of the Pledge.s. ' Honors Convocation I lie scciiliil lloiiois ( . ' ()li (icatioil fOIIl- incii(liii tliosf stiidt ' iits wlio art " stliolastic- alK oiilstaiuliiiiz; was licid on Kii(Ia Nov. 3, ill flic aniioiN. I ' rcsciif were lour luiiulrfd tliirt -tliifc Jar laiicl students wlio had acliii ' t ' d a 3.5 or lit-ttcr cuimdatiN c axcrayt ' tor both sciiu ' stcis last car. TIr- principal spi-akcr addressing the students was Dr. Kric . Walker, Ki;«li ' iitt ' f Harvard Univ. and President of Feini State Uni ' . since 1956. His speech eiititU ' d " Our Better , nKt " ls " coni- meinorated the louncUiiH ol higher public ed- ucation in America since this is Marsland ' s centennial celebration ol the Morrill Land C.rant Act. Three giaduates received He- gents ' Distinguished Service Awards. LUMNI RECEIVE Regents " Distint;iiislu-il Service wards. PRESIDENT ELKINS congratulates sdi()lasticall itstaiuiint; students lor tlie excellent acllie i-ment. II!! SSii II 35 Homecoming Homecoming 1961 was a thrilling one as Maryland defeated Penn State 21-17 before a cheering crowd of 39,000. Blonde, dimpled Jean Weaver was crowned Homecoming Queen during halftime ceremonies. The theme, " Maryland Mirrors " was reflected in the first place house decorations displayed by Phi Sigma Sigma and Dorchest,pr Hall and in the outstanding floats constructed by Zeta Beta Tau and Garrett Hall. " IT ' S ALL IN a night ' s work. FLOAT « ON- SI RUCT N ' s real coi i- on. HE ' S THE CHAMPION fhicken-wire-.stuffer. 37 WHICH BEAUTY shall reign? DR. ELKINS CROWNS Jean Weaver queen. THIS IS THE BEGINNING of a memorable reign. I YOLI ' D BETTER l)n two-llic ti-am ' s « )iim to wi " - Homecoming 39 RED-BLOODED TERPS bled cheerfully -for a good cause. A DROP OF BLOOD is removed to he tested for the safety of both the donors and the receivers. IT ALL ISN ' T half as bad as it appears. HERE IS A GIFT to. you THERE ARE ONLY two mori ' iuclu-s to o. Blood Drive The Red Cross Blood Drive, spon- sored semi-annual hy Alpha Oniicron Pi sorority and Tan Epsilon Phi fia- ternity, was a tremendous success this fall. Co-chairman Howard Diener and Sharon McNeil reported that the drive exceeded the eight hundred pint quota hy one hundred thirty-tive pints. IS IT TOO lati ' to turn l)aik mow? Harmony Hall The tenth annual Harmony Hall spon- sored by Phi Kappa Tau haternity brings out the campus crooners in full force. The Lambda Chi ' s dressed in white ties and tails won the competition singing " Sugar Cane Jubilee. " Kappa won with their rendition of " Rumiing Wild. " During intermission the president of Phi Kappa Tau, Mike Jorden, presented the Battleax Award to Mrs. Catherine Reed. Also at this time Diamond, the sorority hon- orary, announced its new members and pre- sented Dr. Johnson with a plaque for the out- standing faculty member of the year. Fast tunes, slow tunes, loud and soft, canes and straw hats, you can find them all at " Harmonv Hall. " THE KAPPA ' S are " Running Wild. MRS. CATHERINE REED accepts the Battleax Award for this year ' s outstanding housemother. THE LAMBDA CHI ' S do it again. N THIS DINNER WAS (IcIiiiitclN wo.tli wailing lor CONGRATULATIONS! Next eoim-s tlic kc-v. THP: featured speaker makes hist minute pre- parations. Omicron Delta Kappa Tapping The outstanding junior and senior male students were recognized for their efforts in behalf of the lhii ersit - hy nienihersliip into ODK at a dinner-danei- held at the Brooke Manor (]()initr CMuh on Saturday, December 2, 1961. Paul Burgess Fay Jr., Under Secretar of the Na , deli ered the kcNiiote address and was also tappeil as an li()norar ' membei into Omicron Delta Kappa. IT ' S BEEN a nood year. COLLEGE PARK BEGINS its Christinas season early arrayed with many holiday decorations. Christmas Time The Greeks and Independents alike are aglow with vivid Christmas spirit as they participate in various social and charity projects. Sororities, fiaternities, and dorm- itories busy themselves with collecting bas- kets of food for the needy and plan many pre- holiday parties. IT IS HARD to believe,l)iit Route 1 can be unrushed on a cold, wintry night. ■ t ggSk g . H w ,_ _ B r. ,;-.. L- s SANTA ASKS THREE Marvlaud co-icis what tlic wonKl like lor C:liristinas. 45 Christinas Pageant The beautiful and inspirational Christmas Pageant sponsored by the Associated Women Students and Sigma Alpha Epsilon was again presented in Memorial Chapel on the eve of " Christmas vacation. The Women ' s Chorus and the Men ' s Clee Club under the direction of Paul Traver presented the second part of Bach ' s " Christmas Ora- torio " and also works by other famous composers. Four vocal so- loists and fourteen instrumentalists also contributed to creating a Yule- tide spirit. WOMEN ' S CHORUS and Men ' s Glee Club present tlieir Christmas program. tll i4 J. 2 BOB BOYER, Sarah Irwin, and Bill Northcutt present solo per- formances. " PEACE ON EARTH, Good Will Toward Men " rings throughout Memorial Chapel. I IKIAI. TKAMS COMPETE as iiiiliv idiials ic liii ixisitioii as liii- alisl. THE FINALISTS REHEARSE on (lie lampns dosed cinnil li-Ic ision l.ro.i.l. asl College Bowl Tilt ' uiii (.Tsity of Marylaiul ilaslicd across the nations television screens on Jan. 21 when fbni " students represented the I ' niNcrs- it on the C E. College Bowl in competition with Brighani Yoinig Uni ' ersit ' . Those re- presenting Maryland were chosen by com- peting in campus-wide practice challenging sessions. On Jan. 7, a rehearsal ot final candi- dates was tele ised locally. The Mar land representatives accompanying acKisor Dr. Aldridge to New York City for the propam were Annette Flower, Julian Tepper, Robert Detwiler, and Kdward Deitemeir. Although Mar ' land was defeated 1) Brighani Young Uni ersity 1) a score of 24-5 to 120 in the contest of quick recall of facts, our team made a i-ry good showing after oxercoming a case of nervousness in the first half and brought back to Mar land the runni r-up scholarship of $500 for the Ceneral Scliolarship f nid. BOOKS ARE di scalded and replaced with knowledge and CO n c 1 u s i on s based upon a semester of study. THIS STUDENT PUTS iier knowledge to practice in a tinal speech exam. Examinations After a semester of intense study the time for students to exemplify their mastery ot their courses again rolls around in the form of final examinations. Lamps l)urning late into the night, crowded library tables, students hidden behind stacks of books and paper, nd a crowd around the shelf of bluebot)! in the book store are all signs of approai iig examinations. LAST MINUTE CRAMMING in tlic lil)iary is a familiar pri- exaiii si ht. BLUE PENCIL in luiiid. Dr. Bryan uracK- final fxaiiis. THOROUGH QIJESTIONS, dcvp thoujihts, and llowiuK knowlcclKi- arc all a part of a successful exam. SILHOUETTES OF Duke Ellington ' s 17 piece orchestra are the background of the IFC Ball. IFC Ball Indian Spring Country Club was the set- ting for the Intrafraternity Council ' s dance on Feb. 8. Held from 9 to 1, the ball allowed plenty of time for the distribution of awards as well as for dancing. Among the prestiges bestowed was the naming of the outstanding fraternity which was Phi Delta Theta and of the outstanding sorority which was Delta Delta Delta. Also delegated was the All Sports and Individual Sports Award to Alpha Tau Omega, while the Team Sports Award went to Phi Delt. DUKE ELLINGTON ' S trumpeter set the mood tor Greek men and their dates. THE COASTERS offer " Poison Ivy " and other twist favorites for an estimated 4, (MX) persons who attended the IFC Ball. 50 WARREN DIICK- F IT iKCcpts till- () i ' r;ill Spoils ( ' hampionsliip cup and tin- liuli idiial Sports C liainpioii- lip triipliN !( MO fJAY BERNSTEIN, ZHK, twists with tin- Coast- ers to tln ' dcliulit of Ball attcndtTs. j p rSBi w M r I tfrjl ' Sm P m am H WLl i l i H M ' mSm mij i PAM CLAYTON pnsiiits i n- Delta (;aiiima Fra- t(iiiit of tlie Year award to C:harles Hart, ot Phi Delt. IPC ' s enjoy I FC. ' 51 GUESS WHO they ' re voting on now! A COMBINATION of ideas form decisions. Conventions CAST your votes. The Old Line and Free State parties con- vene in a serious and tense manner to nom- inate candidates who are best qualified to fill positions within the Student Govern- ment. In the consideration of each candidate, sense of responsibility, past experience, character, and personality are open to evalu- ation by the delegates. The convention assumes standard parlia- mentary procedure. Delegates from each residence may nominate a representative. Someone then speaks in support of each nominee-followed by a vote, pro or con, of the whole convention. The candidate who holds the majority vote represents the party at large in the campus-wide election held in the spring. RECOGNITION and evaluation pervade the atmosphere as candidates are reviewed. THE SPEAKER .supports his caiididatt " . A SERIOUSNESS of purpose mnigled witli defiant ambi- tion is sliown in action, deed, and word. FACES DEMONSTRATE taut enioti CALVERT DEBATE SOCIETY members Bob Rubin, Nancy Littman, Lenny Goldstein, Joanne Ross, and Wendell Wiener discuss presentation of the trophies for the Capitol Hill tournament. MILTON COPELAND, debate coach. Capitol Hill Debate Tournament The Capitol Hill Debate Tourn- ament, sponsored annually by the Calvert Debate Society, is one ol til " largest national intercol- legiati. tournaments. 54 THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND negative team, Wendell Wiener and Leini Cioldstein. ARCHIBALD COX, l S S.ilicitni (General. THE WINNING TEAM from Northwestern University. THE HON. J. EDGAR CHENOWITH 55 S.G.A. Cultural Series PHILIPPE ENTREMONT solos in RachniaiiinofPs romantic Second Piano Concerto. In the University ' s version of the ly- ceum, a dozen major events were spon- sored by the S.G.A. Cultural Committee during the year. This was the most ac- tive season in the committee ' s history, representing a new high both in quantity and in quality of programs presented. The attractions were drawn fi-om many fields, including drama, jazz, ballet, and opera, with principal emphasis on the symphonic music repertoire. In a special class were evenings devoted to the flamenco guitar of Carlos Montoya and to the ancient Indian sitar, played by its outstanding virtusoso, Ravi Shan- kar. THE STRING SECTION of the National Symphony follows the baton of Director Howard Mitchell. 56 The Cultural Committee preseiitid the National Symphony Orchestra in a series of fi ' e concerts this season. Un- I der the direction of Dr. Howard Mitcli- ■ ell, the National S inph()n is widcK hailed as one of the finest now pla in in the United States, and has had inan I European and Latin Anu-rican tonrs. In addition to the standard sym- phonic works, three of the concerts fea- tnrcd lamed soloists in concertos for their instrnments. In tiii ' hill, ex-piano prodiu Philippe Entremont made his third appearence at the l ni ersit ' as I a soloist with the National Symphony. I In this enuauement, Mr. Entremont pla ed a particular favorite of college audiences, Rachmaninoffs Second Pi- ano Concerto. Later, violinist Werner Lywen and cellist John Martin appeared j in Brahms ' Double Concerto for violin, cello, and orchestra. And in Nhuch the famed European pianist Hans Richter- Haaser was heard in Bartok ' s Second and Beethoven ' s Third Piano Con- certos. DOCTOR MITCHELL lull (Is a c ' liinax. THE STRING BASSES create visual and aural iNthTiis. 57 RAVI SHANKAR plays music of old and new India on the vastly complex sitar. CARLOS MONTOYA expresses his gypsy heritage with his flamenco guitar. THr WORLD JAZZ FESTIVAL appears in the lobby of the U. S. Senate before coming to Maryland. 58 Tlu ' S.CJ.A. (hiltiiral ( loiiiiiuttcc Ix ' j aii its clivt ' isitit ' d series with tlif Aiiu ' iic-aii Shakt ' spi ' uri- l ' ' sti al, wliicli itself presented a diversified set of Bardic variations on tlie tlienie of Iom ' . I ' lu- next i ' ' ent was the World |a . . Festival, which featuicd ethiiie Asian and African music in conihination with con- temporary American and Einopean ja .z. Sui)se(iuently, the music of India was further explori ' d h ' Ravi Shankar, sitarist, assisted h tlu ' tahia (drimis) and the tamhoura, a zither-like instrument. American jazz re- turned to the spotlight in February, with the Peter Nero Trio presenting popular standards in unique arrangements. March was Spanish month at Maryland, as famed flamenco guitarist Carlos Mon- toya (who played an encore after receiving a standing ovation from the audience) was followed by the Ballet Espagnol Ximenez- Vargas in traditional Spanish dances. The season closed with the production of " The Good Soldier Schweik, " a contemporary opera in English. PETER NERO gives staiuiards lii iiieiit. • it tri ' at- THE VARGAS DANCE TROUPE presents the atmosphere and traditions of old Spain. 59 The Junior Prom Elaine Downs of Kappa Kappa Gamma was crowned Miss Maryland at the Junior Prom on March 9. Marlene Harris, last year ' s Miss Maryland, presented the queen with her crown. The Junior Prom took place at. Indian Springs Country Club; entertain- ment was provided by Billy May ' s orchestra under the direction ot Frankie Lester. Before the crowning of Miss Maryland, the four semi-finalists were escorted up the red velvet carpet to the platform. Cameras from television station WBAL in Baltimore were present to film the crowning activities. The dance was held in honor of the Senior Class. Guests included President and Mrs. Elkins, Mr. B. J. Borreson, Dean of Student Life, Dr. Helen Clark, Dean of Women; and Miss Eileen McCormack, Assistant Dean of Women. Bev Macht was the Chairman of the Junior Prom Committee. A banquet for members of the faculty, chaperons, prom chairmen and the five Miss Maryland final- ists preceded the dance. JUNIOR PROMENADERS danced to the music of Billie May. INDIAN SPRING COUNTRY CLUB A N C F AA E AA [- " F R S O N L THE ARROW Iratls to tlir Junior From, an evt-ninfj olfxcitcnK ' nt and cnti ' itainnicnt. ELAINE DOWNS dancrs tin- Queen ' s Dance with Wayne Robertson, jr. Class President. r -- - • Spring WALK1 ' . MN THE RAI -ln the ncviM-cTiclinK down- pour, stiidi sliaie tlie inucli lu ' i ' dcd iiiiihrclla. 62 " Spring comes up slowly this way. " The transformation of winter darkness into the brightness of spring takes much time at Maryland. It begins with the gentle rains which give promise of the freshness to come. These sometimes take the form of heavy mists or even torrential storms, but they al- ways leave behind an aura of expectancy and anticipation. And then blossom by blos- som, the spring quietly arrives, bringing with it as Shakespeare said " a spirit of youth in everything; " a new hope and enthusiasm. On campus, spring spins a misty web around all its onlookers. The soft breezes carry gay laughter and pastel colored-dresses may be seen against the new green covering. The traditional mud still remains but is ac- cepted with more humor and resignation. Plans for the new semester acquire added excitement as thoughts of the Sophomore Carnival, the proms, the elections, the band- concerts, and other extra-special activities draw near. A PRETTY SMILE sucli as Phyllis Lee ' s can lirighten any rain ' da ' and many hearts on campus. Kappa Alpha Minstrel Show " I ' m going to take you down to tlic Miii- I strel Show. " With tlu ' si- words, thi ' Kappa j Alphas opened tlu-ir fortieth annual " C]ot- ' ton Picker ' s Minstrel Show " last Mareh. Dressed in ga ' attire reniineseent ol days- gone-l) , tlie hlaekhieed brothers of K.A. presented a two-aet show dedieated to all I housemothers hut ineludinu; something lor I everyone. Traditional jokes ol the inter- loeutor and eomie and serious songs eoni- I prised the lirst part ol the entertainment- lending enjoyment and insight into the tun I and festivity ol Hie on the Mississippi. The second aet was also centered on happenings I of a former era. " A Day in Dogpatch " brought I the familiar characters of Marrying Sam, I Daisy Mae, and all their hillbilly friends to 1 Maryland ' s campus. Including the experi- ences of a marooned traxeling show and the I reception the ' receixe, its action was high- lighted by the Kappa Delta Chorus Line and the Kappa Kappa Gamma Barbershop Quar- tet, formerly of Harmony Hall. LAST MINUTE PREPARATIONS u mule i way as Hod Skoiilimd waits tor t v founttloun lor tlir (.0111- iniitiTs " kitf. " SWANNEE . . ta ( ritis at the Spciicc Kiiiii, M . " .Siiiiiii Kappa A ike Hialv ili one ( ll)lia si, , and B )l till- IlllTlstlf i) arc l,an ' II llRkcv. 1 all-til licin: " When wi ' were a couple ol kids. " This might well be tiie theme of Kappa . lpha Theta ' s kite llNing contest. Hetiuning to days they perhaps thought were goni ' lor- ever, students took time out to recapture the joys of youth and contribute to Mar land ' s Campus Chest. At this second annual contest, which was originalK- a part of Theta initiation lor pledges, o er thirty organizations partici- pated. Aiming high and trxing hard, each representative encountered much fun and many never-to-be-forgotten moments in this March affair. Judging of the contest was b " expert kite llyers " including man campus leaders and a Kappa .Mpha Theta lather. . 1I pra ed for strong w inds and a clear da - so that Fra- ternity Row would attract as many as pos- sible for this luuisual event. 63 Sophomore Carnival Crowds, barkers, hot clogs, and cot- ton candy characterized the Sopho- more Carnival. The main feature of the evening was the carnival booths. Winning first place in the booth awards was " Love Thru the Ages " sponsored by AEPhi and Sigma Chi. Their program included slides from " B " lot, take offs on famous men in history, and a chorus line. Dave Ryan, sponsored by Phi Sigma Sigma was the winner of the annual Ugly Man Contest. Joel Wein and Dennis Lerner won the No Shave Contest. Approxi- mately 30 door prizes including records, gift certificates and an or- chid corsage were awarded at in- tervals throughout the evening. Ad- mission to the carnival was 30 cents per person and admission to the individual booths was 10 or 15 cents. Proceeds for the evening went to campus chest. " COME TO THE CARNIVAL " blares the loudsoeaker as this Carnival. JOEL WEIN and Dennis Lerner are winners of TEP ' s No Shave Contest. " ONE MORE, please. 1 nation of noise and posters announces the Sophomore THIS COED si ' enis to Iuim- lotnul lier brand. THE WINNAH! " Love Thru tlu- Ages " won top Iiootli award. IT LOOKS l)ad l)ut its only a hootli « . ►S -l mm% W tr - ' 3m 1 r ' ' ' h HKa P m m f l ' fMpi rm ■V 1 1 W ' C i p r fiL 13 fcr_ 2L iJH 1 • J n f . m; r IjJ .,.... ' I f :i } ONE OF the features of Greek Week is the Tug o ' War, spons i THE PHI DELTS switch riders. THEY ' RE NECK to neck! Who will be the winner? A rhetaChi. It looks likt- a long, hard pull and we hope the better men win. THE PHI DELTS pose with their winning hicyele. Greek Week The lu ' ctic and li el ' (fstixal of the Greeks otherwise known as CIreek Week lasted from April 30 to May 6. The boat ride on the Wilson Line in- itiated the festivities. Other features of Greek Week were the ATO chariot race, the ZBT hicyele race won h - Phi Delt, the Theta Chi tii o ' war, the Tri Delt IFC Sing, won by ADPi, and Phi Delt, the SAE Jazz Concert on Fra- ternity Row, the TKE Bermuda Ball and the Lambda Chi Sorority Olym- pics. At the IFC Sing Marilyn Hay receixed the award for the Most Outstanding Sororitx Woman and Neil Thigpen received the Bronze Bucks award. Leroy Dietrich was the re- cipient of the Mart) ( ' ohen Memorial Tropin-. John Bigelow was chairman ot Greek Week and lie did a gieat job. Practice Fire and Flash Flood Spring with its pleasant weather brought rain and flash floods ' to the Maryland Campus. Besides settling in the center of the mall, the water has sur- rounded this frat house which appears to be floating down campus. Spring has also in- spired the College Park fire department which is affiliated with the campus to practice fire extinguishing on a uni- versity building to which the department set fire. The campus fire department is excellently equipped to meet the needs of the highly populated univers- ity and is constantly prepared to answer a call for help. COLLEGE PARK FIREMEN use our buildings to practice on! SPRING FLOODS have hit Maryland and it looks as if these two are going to need a canoe. May Day Ihc highliglit ol the day was the crowning of May Queen, Pat Messer, by the chairman, Sarah Schlesinger. The Queen and her court reigned over the festivi- ties which included Mor- tar Board tapping. Maypole dances, and speeches. May Day, a tribute to graduating women, will certainly be re- called in years to come with fondest memories. THE TRUMPETER tnimpets in tlu- l)fHiiiniiiK of May Day festivities. QUEEN PAT MESSER and Ikt court are cau lit in a l)risk May Ineeze. May Day In honor ot the departing senior women, May Day was held during the first week of May last year. After long hours of hard work and planning, the junior women transformed the Administration Building and lower mall into a scene filled with flowers. Maypoles, and formally attired women. DR. ELKIINS and Miss Billings soak up sunshine and the festive May Day spirit. SARAH SCHLESINGER, Chairman of May Day, crowns Pat Messer, Queen of the May. APRIL WILSON taps an excited Pam Clayton for Mortar Board. MRS. BORRESON, Mrs. lau.s, i ean Clark, and Mrs. Mikins watcli the most t ' .xcitinK moment in a coed ' s eolle e career. THESE MORTAR BOARD tapees are Junior women chosen tor their out- standing service to the University. President ' s H Reception President and Mrs. El- kins entertained more than 300 graduating seniors at the third annual Presi- dent ' s reception held on the lawn of the President ' s home. This is the last of- ficial function for the sen- iors before graduation, and it was initiated to give the President a chance to per- sonally greet the seniors and wish them luck in the future. Deans and other ad- ministrative officials also attended the reception. REFRESHING HOSPITALITY on a warm spring day is long remem- bered. THE PRESIDENT ' S lovely home is the scene of the lawn party. PRESIDENT AND MRS. ELKINS greet giiests at tlu ' ir animal reception X X N f N X .▼NX ' H;K t WE ' RE ALMOST on the other side of the fence! THIS IS PROOF for posterity. GRADUATES STEP into tho liituif, Commencement Four lonji years ot hard work and pleasant mcniorit ' s have linally come to an end, eh- niaxed by the " day of days " in an college career- GRADUATION. GRADUATES TAKE a quick look tliioiiKli the pro- gram. !;■ - " " " m.Jifit 1 " " ' ' - i H HE fcl I___,. B aCi SBI nU k K 3 H SENIORS FILL the fieldhouse. Commencement Graduation festivities begin for the sen- iors with the Junior-Senior prom and con- tinue with the President ' s Reception, Bac- calaureate, and last but most important, commencement exercises. On June 10, 12,000 guests assembled in Cole Fieldhouse to see 2,700 members of the Class of 1961 receive their degrees. Secretary of Com- merce, Luther H. Hodges, was the principle speaker addressing the graduating students. Also present were Governor Millard Tawes and members of the Board of Regents. As the new graduates filed out of the field- house in their black academic costumes with diploma in hand, they realized that the four years would be years they would never forget. THESE ARE MOMENTS to remember!! HERE ' S A GLIMPSE into the future 77 I Academics Academic Associate Editor Tom Childs Administration Barbara Janz Colleges Fern Harding Honoraries Robyn Rudolph Military . John Routenburg ll Drawing By James Forbes 80 Administration President Wilson H. Elkins Over the past eight years, Dr. Wilson H. Elkins has guided students, advised the ad- ministration, and raised the scholastic stand- ards of the University. During tliose eight years, his work has been aided by his impres- sive background wliich includes member- ship in ' hi Beta Kappa and Who Who ' s in America. A nativ( " exan. Dr. Elkins did his under- graduate work at the University of Texas from 1928 to 1932. He was a Rhedes Scholar from 1933 to 1936. He received his Bachelor of Letters and Doctor of Philosophy degrees hom Oxford University, England, in 1936. In addition, he obtained two honorary de- grees: a Doctor of Laws from Washington College in 1954, and a Doctor of Laws from Johns Hopkins University in 1955. MR. B. JAMES BORRESON DR. R. LEE HORNBAKE MR. ALVIN L. CORMENY Executive Staff Dr. Kiilm, bAc ' Cutix c ivv President, oNcrsees tlie operation ot the L ' ni crsitx ' . He is responsible lor sei ' iiiii; that policies cli ' ciclecl l) ' the stall ari ' carried out. Dr. Hornhakes work is to aid the admin- istration in eontinuinjj; to iinproNt- and de- velop the Academic program. Dr. Bent , makes ad anced plans lor necessar facilities refjuired l) the increas- injj; enrollment. Mr. (;ormen - is in cluujie ot the hmds to he nsed lor rnixersity improxement. Student body problems, both personal and academic, are studied b Dean l or- reson. 83 Deans of Women Dean Clarke, with the help of the as- sistant Deans of Women, regulates the total women ' s program of the university. She came to the University of Maryland from the Uni- versity of California at Berkley two years ago. There, her chief responsibility was the women ' s residence hall program. Earlier, Det.n Clarke was Dean of Women at Lake Forest College. All social events must be registered through Miss McCormick. Miss McCormick also serves as the Panhellenic advisor. Miss Billings is in charge of housing for women. She serves as advisor for A.W.S., Diadem, Alpha Lambda Delta, and Mortar Board. Miss Johnson arranges for building re- pairs, when necessary, and advises the five liundred members of the Commuters ' Club. DEAN HELEN CLARKE MARIAN JOHNSON, EILEEN McCORMICK, HELEN CLARKE, JULIA BILLINGS. Dean of Men Administrative Deans Dean Ck ary Eppley, the first Dc.iii of Men, is the (hreetor of stndcnt welfare and atlili ' ties. lc superx ised the Student (iox- ernnient Assoeiation aeeonnts for t M ' nt - nint ' ears and part-time student eniploy- nient for tliirtx-four ears. Mr. l ridui ' s is er heii tul to thi ' for- eij n studi ' uts. Hi ' assists tlieni in l)eeonn ' n,u; orientated to their life in tlie l ' ni i ' rsit and in till ' eonnnunit . Mr. Knehel is direetor of tlie Uni t ' rsit ' I ' hieenient Serxiee. . I1 student aeti ities are eoordinated 1) Mr. Kaludis. Some of these are Student (i() crnment Aetixities, Freshman Orienta- tion Week, fraternities, and I.F.C. Mr. Roxal, Assistant Dean of Men, is in ehar e of off-eampus housing, ehairman of the Traffie Appeals Board and Conimenee- ment Clonnnittee, and eoaeh for soeeer and tennis. GEARY EPPLEY LEWIS KNEBEL, FURMAN BRIDCERS, GEORGE KALUDIS, DOYLE ROYAL. 85 CHARLES P. McCORMICK Chairman EDWARD F. HOLTER B. HERBERT BROWN HARRY H. NUTTLE LOUIS L. KAPLAN MRS. JOHN L. WHITEHURST C. E. TUTTLE RICHARD W. CASE WILLIAM C. WALSH THOMAS W. PANGBORN T. B. SYMONS Board of Regents The job of " the Board of Re}j;ents is a large one; it inchides the handling and ap- proving of plans and policies concerning the University, use of funds, naming of build- ings, and appointments. In addition, they sit at the State Board of Agriculture and handk numerous agricultural matters. The Board C onsists of eleven members who are appointed for a nine year term by the Governor of Maryland. The standing committees of the Board of Regents makes studies of business and man- agement policies, dates of commencements, athletics, endowments, and the hospital and medical schools. Colleges AT TIMES SYMONS HALL looks like the United Nations with people from many lands. At the present time there are groups from nine countries st udying extension methods College of Agriculture DEAN GORDON M. CAIRNS is the man responsible tor coordinating the large program of the College of Agriculture. Since its establishment in 1856 as the first college in the University of Maryland, the College of Agriculture has undertaken a great many changes to compensate for the advancements in technological development. New courses and curriculum have been added to keep the students abreast of the advancements in agriculture. The college has two main purposes: to train students and to fiuther research. In connection with the latter, experiments and studies are coordinated on the campus and conducted both on the campus and in other parts of the state. Through the Extension Service, the new ideas derived from the ex- perimental projects and studies are made available to the agricultural men throughout the country. By fulfilling these two purposes the Col- lege of Agriculture is contributing to the continuing improvement of the agricultural products of the United States and of the world. RESEARCH IS a iu ' t-r-eiicling process as exhibited 1) tliis r t(Misi i ' alKiie stucK ' . ANOTHER EXPERIMENT-tliis time a soil content stiuK . MORNING BRINGS " teed time " for these experimental turkeys. DAILY OBSERVATION of this " chick ' s " jirowtli enables researchers to raise impro fd chicks in the future. FRENCH I STUDENTS listen to oral French in the new electronic language lab. A ZOOLOGY 14 STUDENT " smokes tlie drum " to prepare for a muscle physiology experiment. DR. RAPPLEYE ot the Botany Department ponders a student ' s question. ' I ' lic ( ' oIK ' m ' of Arts ami Scit ' iiccs, toiiiidftl in 1921, is tin- lar.Ui ' st coIIcJlIc at tho Lhii iTsitx . Its promanis coiiihinc a lib- eral I ' ducation with spt-dal conci ' iitratioii in onr or mort " fields. Tliere are fifteen depart- ments witliin the eoilej je, eneompassin a ariets ' of eourses in the humanities, plnsieal seienees, and fine arts. Tlie degiees which may he obtained are Bachelor of Arts, Bache- lor of Science, and Bachelor ofMusic. Because of the gieat increase in enroll- ment from ear to year, the college is con- stantK reorganizing and expanding. The College of Arts and Sciences develops grad- uates who deal intelligently with their prob- lems and whose general education will lead not only to material profit but to genuine personal satisfaction. DEAN LEON P. SMITH ptiloiins one of liis many duties — signing important papers. College Of Arts And Sciences FRANCIS SCOTT KEY HALL-homt- of the College of Arts and Seiences-in one of its rare moments of ciuiet. •ai ' . " rw-. X iv - i,.. r AIRCONDITIONED AND SPACIOUS -the new Business and Public Administration building provides all the comforts for learning. College of Business and Public Administration JAMES REID is the Acting Dean of BPA. Leaving Taliaferro Hall behind, the Col- lege of Business and Public Administra- tion now occupies one of the most modern and best equipped buildings on the Univer- sity of Maryland campus. The new BPA building is one of the most modern build- ings, physically, on the campus with its air conditioning and other comforts. Its spacious auditorium is another of its conveniences. Since the retirement of Dean Pyle, the Col- lege has been headed by the Acting Dean, James Reid. The College of Business and Public Ad- ministration was established in 1942 and is one of the largest colleges at the University. This college offers an opportunity for majors in fields such as: Accounting, Real Estate, Marketing, Economics, Transportation, Foreign Service and International Relations, Geogiaphy, Government and Politics, Jour- nalism and Public Relations, and Office Management and Techniques. x- -Vv BPA STUDENTS Irani to opcratt- various t pc ot oiticc inachinerv. THE CURRENT NEWS comes " hot off the wire " to NhirN-Iaiul ' s Jounudisin Buildinti. A MEETING OF the future " giants on)usiiu ' ss " is about to begin. TO PRESS THE CORRECT KEY, at tlie correct time, with speed takes constant practice. THROUGH UNDERSTANDING, a bond is formed between teaclier and pupil. THE INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION Depart- ment provides practical experience through lal) instruction. THE FASCINATING WORLD of chil- dren at play. " BUILDING " takes many forms in teaching. Ilii ' ( " olh ' c of Kdiication, (. ' stahlislicd ill 1920, offers its (acilitii ' s to xaricd classes ol sttulciits: tliosc prt ' paiin to tcacli in mirs- vv , kiiKlcigartfii, i ' ltMiR ' iitar , and scconil- ar stliools; tcacluMs waiitinji to supple- iiu ' iit their present work; students preparinj lor edueational work in the trades and inchis- Iries; and gracUiate students, llie Institute tor (Ihild StucK ' , eourses in Special luluea- tion, and the Industrial Kchieation l)ei)ait- inent illustrate the wide areas eo t-red 1) the ( olleue. The University Nursery School and Kin- dergarten oHers students in (Childhood Edu- cation training as well as practical experience with children. Upon graduation, those stu- dents in the ( " oUege ot Education will re- cei e either a BA or BS degree, and are well- (lualified to enter the teaching profession. AT THE HEAD OF THE College of Kdueation is Dean tiiioii Iv Aiuiersoii. College of Education SKINNER BLULDING-Center of tlie Clolletie of Kilucatioii where tlie teachers are taught. 95 THIS ENGINEERING CLASSROOM building is only a small part of a complex of engineering buildings located at the north end of the campus. College of Engineering DEAN FREDERIC MAVIS is head of the College of Engineering here at the Universit ' . The College of Engineering not only covers a large area of the campus, but it en- compasses an equally large and varied body of subject matter. An engineering student has the opportunity of selecting from five area of study: aeronautical, chemical, civil, electrical, and mechanical engineering. Also, the College is continually reor- ganizing and adding to its curriculum and course of study in order to keep abreast of the many advances ih science and industry. At present, a new Gamma Ray reactor is un- der construction and will soon be completed. Along with the instruction of undergradu- ates, an extensive program of research is also carried out by the College of Engineer- ing. RECORDING DATA In. in tin- Unix nsity ' s nuclear reactor rt ' ((iiircs skill and kiiowlcclj c. WORKING WITH PRECISION TOOLS like this one enables the iMijjineerinn student to aiu valu- able training for industr -. AMIDST A NETWORK OF WIRE, two en ineerinji students conduct an electricit lab ex- periment. AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERS uain practical experience by working on this jet. Hi l ™ ■Pi r- eS ' U m 1 BpsBil .±M 1 1 IH 1 - r:1 . IN THIS NEW ELECTRONIC OVEN, the food is the only things that gets hot. DRAPING a newly designed outfit properly takes skill, practice, and patience. IN THIS COSTUME DESIGN course students learn and apply the elements of fashion. rlu ' (iollcur ol lloiiK ' Kcoiioinics, tliroiiuli its foursc ' s, liclil services, and rc- starcli, nllccts the emphasis on consumer sei ices in pri ' seiit-(.la li iii . Proj ianis of stiuh leaiUiig to eniploynieiit in technical lieUls, e(hicati()nal, coinmunity-faniiK lite areas, and eonnnercial seniees are a ailal)le. The stronu;, i orous sxnilx)! used by the college on pid)lications and correspondence is a contenipoiar - design focused on home and famil - li ing and is indicati e of Home Economics ' character and dixersity. The symbol lurther denotes the humanistic, aesthetic, and scientific chaiacteristics of this field of knowledge. More than 2()()() students are enrolled in courses in the college. In this group, women students predominate hut men are well- represented. Students from twelve differ- ent countries are currently enrolled. DEAN SELMA F. LIPPEAT ' S lu-lpiul guid- ance is a ailal)Ie to liii stiuliiits at all times. College of Home Economics MARGARET BRENT HALL, witli its friendly welcome mat and lo ely interior, has the warm atmosphere appropri- ati ' tor the Home Economics College it houses. 99 COLE FIELDHOUSE-home of the " Terps " -is the focal point of campus activity. College of Physical Education DEAN L. M. FRALEY coordinates the five in- dividual progianis of tlie College of Pliysical Edu- cation. The College of Physical Education, Re- creation, and Health offers a vigorous pro- gram in which future physical education in- structors, recreation directors, and physical therapists are trained. The College offers five four year programs leading to the Bach- elor of Science Degree: Physical Education, Dance, Recreation, Health Education, and Physical Therapy. The College ' s activities center around the Cole Fieldhouse and the,Preinkert Field- house. However, the complete facilities on campus include five gymnasia, two swim- ming pools, a physical fitness research lab, tennis courts, sports fields, golf driving range and golf course, and a dance studio. For graduates of this college many voca- tional opportunities are available in public and private schools, organized camping, and youth and gioup organizations which offer a progi ' am of physical activity. 100 DR. JOHNSON hand-wrt ' stlcs with one ol tlic Ik.vs in liis Ph sical Uc ' c ' lopiiiental Clinic. JX - a - ' W j L ' Mi »A ■ ' ' t B Ir ' d iin i ■■ 9 IH sM READY BEGIN - 3 ... 4 THE MARYLAND Hfcifation .Jkssociation. IT ' S THROUGH THE GOAL for a score! The l ' ni t ' isit ' ot Mar land at Baltimore is located thirty-two inili-s hoiii the (lolh ' jfe Park eaiiipiis. On a ten-acre site in fhi ' down- town section, the five professional schools of till ' I ' nixersity are established. These in- clude the Schools of Medicine, Dentistry, Phaiinacy, Ninsing, and Law. Also, a new school of Physical Therapy has i)een estab- lished. The actix ' ities of the schools are co- ordinated b ' the Inter-professional Student Senate H()d . A gieat deal of histor surrounds the Baltimore campus. The School of Dentistry is the oldest in the countr and Da id e Hall is the oldest buildint:; in the United States used continuousK- for medical edu- cation. Also, University Hospital is the oldest hospital in the State of Maryland. Last ear the new Health Sciences Li- brary and five-story Student Lhiion l uilding were completed. In future years the I ' nion will be doubled in size. THIS STUDENT NURSE is happy to liiid at K-ast oiif willing patient. Baltimore Campus THE BALTIMORE CAMPUS is located in tin- heart of the eit ' s downtown section. 103 -f- -- OVERSEAS PROGRAMS UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND ' |i T ' ' ■ IVTU-SATIUKAJL MAT H 1 THE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE Overseas program reaches government personnel over the world. University College DR. RAY EHRENSBERGER, traveling Dean of the University College. " The University College is concentrated upon adult education around the world and here in the States. With three exceptions, all its students are enrolled in a part-time even- ing program. Six major divisions administer this program. The Conferences and Institutes Division offers conferences, institutes, and short courses on the College Park and Balti- more campuses, and around the state if re- quested. The On Campus Evening Division serves adults in the College Park area who are unable to attend daytime classes, while the Baltimore Division offers a broad variety of courses around the state primarily for teachers. The European Division offers courses for government personnel in thirteen foreign countries in Europe, the Near East, and Africa. It also administers the Munich Branch. The Atlantic Division and the Far East Division provide, in their areas, pro- grams similar to those of the European Division. 104 REGISTRATION at tlie Pentagon in ()l t ' .s lines as it does here at College Park. DEAN EHRENSBERGER, President Elkins, and Secretar Rtahr participate in Heidlherg comniencenient. MARYLAND DRAMA STUDENTS inspect ancient Athens theatre. STUDENTS AT SEOUL, the largest center in the overseas program, take a class hreak. HEIDELBERG, GERMANY, is the administrative cen- ter of the European Division. University of Maryland in an International Setting THE MARYLANDER finds its way to Istanbul. MOUNT FUJI, sym hoi ot japan — the Center of the Far East Di ision. 106 Munich Branch MUMCH STUDENTS relax after a day of strenuous sightseeing. MUNICH HISTORY STUDENTS tour Kit Castle in Moselkern, Germany. The Munich Branch of the European Di- vision provides freshman and sophomore year studies for college age dependents of military and government personnel stationed overseas. The students study in a stateside progiam and atmosphere, while surrounded l)y the charm of Bavaria. The courses are of American college standard and are generally those required in the curricula of the Col- lege of Arts and Sciences. Regular daytime classes are scheduled throughout an academic year which consists of two semesters. Ad- mission requirements are identical to those of the College Park campus. With Europe as their classroom, they can take adxantage of the many opportunities offered for field trips and independent travel. STUDENTS GATHER at the local beer garden Graduate School ZOOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENTS do advanced research in embryology. DEVELOPING PROGRAMS of advanced study is oiil part ot Dran R. Bamford ' s job. The University of Maryland Graduate School was established in its present form in 1918. The School is under the jurisdic- tion of the Graduate Gouncil, with the Dean of the Graduate School serving as Chairman. The Graduate School was created for the purpose of administering and developing programs of advanced study and research for graduate students in all branches of the University. Today fifty departments of the University are authorized to offer a graduate program leading to one or more of the advanced de- grees offered by the University. An applicant for admission to the School must hold a Bachelor or Masters degree from a college of recognized status. One of the luiique aspects of the Gollege is that it is one of the sponsoring institutions of the Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies. Thus the University ' s giaduate students are free to do research and prepare papers there. 108 Honoraries 109 George Adkins Pamela Clayton Robert Barry Michael Board Julia Cobey Karen Dunkin Who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities George Adkins Robert Barry Ross Beville Michael Board Paul Bowen Pamela Clayton Julia Cobey Warren Duckett Karen Dunkin James Eccles William Fletcher Suzanne Gibbons Bruce Gold Lawrence Granat Jean Greenwald Andrew Grose Roberta Hastings Pedro Cynthia Heisler Leonard Hoyle Mary Irwin Karen Jacobsen Paul Jelus Eleanor Keene Elinor Kippnes John Mitchell Janice Montgomery Michael Nofsinger Harold O ' Flaherty George Pettee Linda Ray Linnell Robinson Sarah Schlesinger William Smith Kenneth Waissman Wasmer James { ,les William Fletcher Suzanne Gibbons Bruce Gold 110 Law icin ' f (iianat Cvnthia Heisler Fail! jrlus Michael Nofsinger Sarah Schlesinger Jean (Jrccnwald Lfoiiai ' d Hosk ' ■v. Eleanor Keene Andrew ( Irosc Mar Irwi Elinor Kippnes George Pettee Linda Rav William Smitli Kenneth Waissman 111 Hohcrta Hastings Karen jaeol) Janiee Montgomery Linnell Robinson ▲l h Pedro VV ' asmer Jacqueline Canick Pamela Clayton Julia Cobey 0Klk Mortar Board Sarah Schlesinger, president; f H Elinor Kippnes, vice president; w Julia Cobey, recording secretary; ' ' w Suzanne Gibbons, corresponding secretary; w Pamela Clayton, treasurer; - t . 1 Jacqueline Carrick, historian; I Shelley Landay, keeper of the robes; Linda Ray, editor; m Advisers: W Dr. Helen Clarke; f Dean Charles Manning; Dr. Helen Brown. Karen Dunkin Suzanne Gibbons Karen Jacobsen Shelley Landay Marjorie Miller Jiinict ' Montgomery Diane Plutseliak Membership in the University of Mary- land chapter of Mortar Board, established in the campns in 1934 by the recently re- tired Dean Adele H. Stamp, is the highest honor that can be bestow ed upon a woman student at the University of Maryland. Ex- cellence is a word closely associated with this honorary — excellence in leadership, scholarship, character, and ser ' ice. The few women who are tapped each spring are truly the most outstanding women on the University of Maryland campus. Mortar Board activities include the Homecoming Mum Sale and the " Smarty Party, " a party honoring those heshmen women who have attained a 3.0 or better average. Linnell Robinson Sarah Schlesinger Linda Ray Kav White 113 Omicron Delta Kappa To be tapped into membership in Omi- cron Delta Kappa is one of the highest hon- ors a male student can receive at the Uni- versity of Maryland. This national men ' s leadership society established a chapter on this campus to recognize those male students who have shown outstanding leadership, character, i nitiative, and scholarship. To be eligible for membership a student must meet the scholastic standards set by the honorary and must excell in one of the following major areas of extracurricular activity: publications, student government, social and religious affairs, speech, music and dramatic arts, athletics, or scholarship. Tapping for Omicron Delta Kappa takes place semi-annually and is limited to two percent of the junior and senior classes. Oc- casionally, outstanding faculty members are tapped for honorary membership. George Adkins Robert Barry George Adkins Ro])ert Barry Ross Beville Michael Board Paul Bowen Don Carbaugh David Coder Kenneth Dahlin Warren Duckett William Fletcher Charles Gillett Andrew Grose Stephen Hameroff Leonard Hoyle Paul Jelus Robert Lamken John Mitchell Ellsworth Nail MEMBERS Richard Novak Michael Nofsinger Harold O ' Flaherty Wasyl Palijczuk George Pettee William Rishell Richard Romine Robert Russell Robert Schaftel Harry Smith William Smith Jonas Spiegal John Stafford Howard Stevens Steve Tretter Pedro Wasmer Lawrence Wessell Donald Willis ACTIVE FACULTY MEMBERS Dean Russel Allen William Hoff Dean George Kaludis Dean James Reid Ross li. He Michael Board Paul Bowen Don Carbaugh igj l)a ul Coilrr Joliii StatfonI Micluu ' l Nofsinjier «, R()l)tMt Hussfll Kciinctli Dalilin Wancii Dinkitt William l-l.l, lid Stfphfu Ilaiiierot ' f l coiiard Hoyle Paul Jelus 7 I D 1 ■; -,. 1- k ■ ; 1 1 ; . . . u ; I w . 1 1 W asyl ralijezuk Georfje Pettee Illiaill nisiU ' ll ■ ■ ' ; 1 noDert scnartei Hai ' i ' v Smith il liuiii Siiuth rii ▲ . Pedro Wasiiier Lawrfiice W ' esst ' Il 115 Donald Willis PHI KAPPA PHI- Front Row: D. Trust, H. Kieu- Dung, J. Green, D. Plutschak, A. Hearne, E. L oezos, J. Calitis. Bach Row: A. Grose, D. Willis, R. Barry, F. Ellis, C. Lane, G. Sokol, R. Russell, VV. Russell, M. Dunn, J. Halstead, D. Neniier. Phi Kappa Phi The honor society of Phi Kappa Phi is dedicated to the unity and democracy of education. This society selects its member- ship from the upper ten per cent of the graduating class and from all schools of the University. The purpose of Phi Kappa Phi is to recognize and encourage superior schol- arship a ong the students at the University of Maryland. Tapping occurs twice each year, and each year at the spring banquet a hundred dollar scholarship is presented to the graduating senior with the highest academic average. This scholarship is used for giaduate work at the University of Maryland. The Maryland chapter of Phi Kappa Phi was founded in 1920 while the national or- ganization was established at the Univers- ity of Maine in 1897. The organization of this honor society was adequately handled by Elizabeth Haviland, Russell B. Allen, and John A. Daiker, the officers and sponsors of the University of Maryland chapter of Phi Kappa Phi. 116 Ht ' iiiit ' tta {]. Ahiains Hohfit (Shark ' s Barry Hudolpt Bernhard Beckniaun Ross Harwood Beville, Jr. Rohert Brown Ellen Louise Buheek Juris Calitis Donovan Charles Carbaugh Jacqueline Juanita Carrick Thomas Allen Childers Ora Richard Cohen Leland Monroe Cook Joseph S. Coulter John Marshall David Guy Richard DeCarlo Edward Richard Deitemeier, Jr. Margaret Emily Duncan Michael Frederick Dunn Frederick Wales Ellis Carmen A. Estes Richard Leroy Flax Annette Chappell Flower Susan Carol Goodman Robert Sheldon Gordanier Evelyn Walker Gordon Joseph Arthur Grazioli Judith Gail Green Lynda Jean Green Jean A. Greenwald Louis Grubinsky Barbara Joy Gundersdorff James Frederick Halstead Sallie Ann Harwood Ida Alice Hearne Pearl Holand Helmut Huber Linda Schwartz Huddle Richard Larry Imlay Sandra Fay Kagen Elaine Phyliss Katz M. Eleanor Keene Huynh Thi Kieu-dung Elinor Bea Kippnes Charles Lovinious Lane Yenchai Laohavanich Robert Norman Levin Elizabeth J. Loezos Arthur Majeske Jean Marsh Miles Harry Walton Miller Stuart Marvin Miller Janice May Montgomery Alfred Oliver Mary M. Pentzer William Henry Peters Melvin ' erner Peterson Carolyn Diane Plutschak Wesley Donald Pointer Roger Lynn Poppen Samuel Eanet Press Phyliss Corkran Ralph Wade Lee Robison Beverly Elaine Rosenteld Rolf John Rothe Jerome SyKan Rovner Robert Allan Russell William Paul Russell Lois Elaine Sass Ellen Laura Schaefer Elizabeth Seymour Roger Edward Shepherd Ronnie Marlyn Simmons Harry Leroy Smith, Jr. William Bridges Smith Gene Dale Sokol Judith Ann Solgere Fred Edmund Sorady Steven Alan Tretter Donald Bruce Trust William Lester Walker James Arthur Watkins Windna Watts Donald Henry Willis De Witt Wyatt DIAMOND — Franf Row: J. Richey, vice president; B. Hastings, president. Second Row: C. Harris, E. Ashman, L. Al)elnian, K. Dunkin. Third Row: V. Taggart, P. Lotz, D. Latimer, J. Lord, R. Klein, D. Gloss. Fourth Row: E. Alperstein, P. Weinberg, K. Ramsay, J. Zenitz, S. Greenwald, C Heisler, secre- tary; M. Turner, treasurer. Fifth Row: M. Hartman, J. Davis, y. Moser, L Willen, L. Gavin, M. Henderson, H. J. Hyre, L. Grant, C. Kahn, D. Rol)inson, B. Mc- Garvie, A. Whiton. Diamond Tapped either in the fall at Harmony Hall or in the spring at the Interfraternity Sing, Diamond members represent the out- standing sorority women at Maryland Uni- versity. These women are ehosen for out- standing service and leadership in their in- dividual chapters. No more than three wo- men per sorority can be active in Diamond in one year. These women are nominated by their individual chapters and then approved and tapped by the Diamond chapter. Dia- mond was founded at the University of Mary- land and although it is a relativelv new or- ganization it is recognized as one of the highest honors a sorority woman can be awarded. Since its founding, Diamond has done more than honor the sorority woman. It has also acknowledged educators by pre- senting annually the Outstanding Profes- sor Award. Diamond members meet twice a month. At these meetings fraternity and sororit ' problems are discussed. The members of this honorary also serve as hostesses at various campus events. KALEGETHOS-Fro i Row: . Adkins, G. Harpt-r, treasurer; H. Schattel, vice president; B. Pettee, president; J. Benson, secretary; W. Johnson, N. Thigpen, B. White. Back Row: H. NOssw inkel, Libby, R. Grudziedki, C. Cray, J. Kiiiue , P. W: mer, VV. Duckett, J. Welty. Kalegethos Any fraternity man on the Unixersity of Maryland campus knows of Kalegethos even though the local chapter, Alpha, was only recently established in 1957. In order lor a man to l)e tapped into Kalegethos, he must be an outstanding fraternit ' member. He must serve his re- spective fraternity, but in addition, he must be of service to the entire fraternity system at the University of Maryland as well as tak- ing an active part in campus acti ' ities. Tapping for Kalegethos occms twice dur- ing each scliool year. The first tapping is held in the fall at IFC Presents. In the spring the new members are tapped at the Interfra- ternity Sing. At their monthlN meetings, the members of Kalegethos discuss problems concerning prol)lems of interest to the fraternit - s stem at the University of Maryland, and problems which concern the Universit of Mar land in general. Kalegethos has as its special pro- ject general interest in and service to the fraternity system at the Uni ersity of Mary- land. At present the goal of the Alpha chap- ter of Kalegethos is to become a national fraternit ' honorarv. 119 f l fflullltfitfV ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA- Froni Row. S. Kettells, L. Stark, P. Lefkov, E. Blanar, M. Pierce, F. Mor- ell, L. Smith, L. Foltz, D. Lund, S. Sollod. Second Row: R. Milhausen, E. Koutsos, J. Fenner, J. Hell- muth, J. Kane, S. Fitch, C. Rodes, S. McKenzie, M. Chung, J. Wilkinson, J. Soper, B. Barnes. Alpha Lambda Delta The purpose of Alpha Lambda Delta is to encourage high academic achievement among freshmen women and to honor those freshmen women who have excelled in academic attainment. Alpha Lambda Delta, a national honorary founded in 1924, was established at Maryland in 1932. The Uni- versity of Maryland chapter was named the Adele H. Stamp chapter after our recently retired Dean of Women. The members of Alpha Lambda Delta are freshman women with a 3.5 average for their first semester or a 3.5 overall average for their freshman year. Pledging and initiation take place in the spring. Alpha Lambda Delta strives to stimulate academic interest among heshmen women and to promote " Intellectual Living. " The activities of the Adele H. Stamp chapter of Alpha Lambda Delta parallel these ideals. Their activities include serving as hostesses and ushers at various cultural fiuictions held at the University of Maryland and a ft-ee tutoring service for all freshmen under a Tutoring Board composed of the members of Alpha Lambda Delta, both of which help to promote intellectualism on tlie campus of the University of Maryland. 120 If? f f If If PHI ETA SIGMA-Fwn Row: [. Stephens, H. Be- ille, J. Honnan, V. Riddle, R. Dougheitv, D. Coder, R. Burke, A. Gomez, G. Opresko, V. Wilmot, I. Beattie. Rack Row: J. Drager, P. (k ' rhard, H. Mer- chant, G. Adkins, L. Reinstein, R. Eskovv, J. Fowler, R. Frazier, D. Hardesty, A. Akinan, I,. Miller, G. Peters, B. Winters. The University of MaiyUind chapter ot Phi Eta Sigma was founded in 1940 as a fresh- man men ' ' s scholastic honor society. Its purpose is to finther the scholastic achieve- ments of tlie ht ' shman class and to encourage academic improvement in future years. In order to become a member of Plii Eta Sigma a freshman must obtain at least a 3.5 aver- age during lus first semester in college or else maintain an oxerall 3.5 average tor his entire first ear. To aid the promotion of scholastic Phi Eta Sigma achievement, Phi Eta Sigma offers a tutoring program for the benefit of all interested freshmen. The service is fiee of charge and all tutoring is done by capable members of the honor society. In addition to its other activities and ser ices Phi Eta Sigma has two initiation baiKjuets every year in con- junction with Alpha Lambda Delta, the fresh- man women ' s scholastic societ ' . At arious times throughout the year the lionorax also distributes " How To Stud " pamphlets — emphasizing their importanct ' to incoming freshmen. DIADEM-Front Row: L. Cavin, B. Hull, F. Hard- ing, E. Alperstein, P. Weinberg, F. Horwitz, I. Wil- len. Back Row: ]. Wharton, N. Julius, B. Potzner, V. M. Ernst, L. Hall, C. Sehaub, L. Tatum. Diadem The first tapping for Diadem at the Uni- versity of Maryland was held in the spring of 1961. Junior women who have displayed quality in scholarship and leadership and who have the required cumulative average are eligible for membership. Diadem was founded to honor the junior women of Mary- land who have shown loyalty and interest in the University by giving their time, service, and leadership to its welfare and unity. Diadem seeks to stimulate scholastic achievement and participation in extra-cur- ricular activities. Although Diadem is a relatively new or- ganization at Maryland, its members have inaugurated two worthwhile services. Diadem sponsored an Honors Convocation featuring a well-known speaker and the tapping of the new Diadem members. An award was given to the outstanding inde- pendent sophomore woman and the Panhel- lenic Council presented a scholarship to the outstanding sophomore sorority woman. At this time Phi Sigma Sigma sorority gave the Adele H. Stamp award to the outstand- ing junior sorority ' ' woman. The second service that Diadem performs is that of ar- ranging and conducting tours of the Uni- versity for its many visitors. The small gold crown — the Diadem pin — which is bestowed upon twenty-five out- standing junior women is a symbol of their motto, " To lead and to follow with wisdom and understanding. " 122 ALPHA CHI SIGMA - -VoM Row: L. Kt-llv, N. Hluml)ii«, J. Ik-ck, D. Del Tatto, j. Mockus, M. Mor aiistcin, W. Durijjg. Second Row: . Tlieis, D. McKay, H. Li piiick, W. Waniplcr, D. McCurdy, E. Cathell, J. Schelz, A. Simpson. Back Row: L. Lail)- son, E. Oles, D. Harris, |. IiiKaii.ui, C. Hodjie, P. Kupper, C. Dickinson. Alpha Chi Sigma Alpha Chi Sipiia, the professional ehein- ical engineering honorary was founded na- tionally in 1902; the Uni ersity ot Mar land chapter was established in 1927. This hon- orary has the distinct privilege of being the only honorary on campus that has facilities for the housing of its members. The pinpose of Alpha Chi Sigma is to pro- mote an interest in the chemical sciences by providing both a social and.professional progiam for those students majoring in chem- istry, chemical engineering, and metalhu- gical engineering. Picnics, parties, and smok- ers are a few of the gioup ' s social activities, but the most important event of the year is the Tetra-13an(iuet. Ihis baiKiuet is attended by memiiers of both the Uni ersity of Mary- land and George Washington Uni ersity chapters and the Washington and Baltimore professional chapters of Alpha Chi Sigma. At this banfiu(»t the Nathan L. Drake Mem- orial Award is gixen to the outstanding sophomore in the chemistr - department. In order to become a member of Alpha Chi Sigma, a student must be majoring in chemical or metallurgical engineering or in chemistry. He must also ha f achieved soph- omore standing and ha -e maintained at least a 2.5 academic average. 123 DELTA SIGMA Pi-Front Row: M. Levine, J. Thomas, N. Ht ' inly, J. Bryk, T. Kennedy, S. Lackey, R. Buschman, J. Murphy. Second Row: M. Benkert, K. Litzinger, W. Katzel, E. EHis, W. Bennett, R. Roth, A. Zdanis, Dr. Allan Fishey, advisor; J. Hal- stead, W. Tippett, C. Freeland. Back Row: H. Miller, J. Kaplan, E. Skalicky, T. Bartolec, J. Pezzaro, M. Bogash, R. Budd, D. Goodman, D. Sutton, C. Bailey, W. Simms. Not pictured: J. Hopkins, R. McFarland, S. Milstead, L. Nollmeyer, D. Richardson, E. Ru- dolph, W. Thorn, W. Wiener, R. Disharoon, J. For- ster, S. Katz, R. Righter, D. Sagal. Delta Sigma Pi The Gamma Sigma chapter of Delta Sigma Pi was established on the Univer- sity of Maryland Campus in 1950. To be eligible a student must be at least a sopho- more registered in the college of Business and Public Administration. Delta Sigma Pi is a professional business fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities, and to encourage scholarship, social activity, and the associa- tions of students for their mutual advance- ment by research and practice. The honorary also seeks to promote closer affiliation be- tween the commercial world and the stu- dents of commerce, and to further higher standards of comrilercial ethics so as to in- sure the commercial welfare of the com- munity. Delta Sigma Pi sponsors many dinners throughout the year at which the members have the privilege of hearing noted speak- ers from the business world. A scholarship key is given each year by the honorary to the giaduate who achieved the highest academic average in his class. 124 TALI BETA PI- Front Row: T. Co.ssard, A. Shaw, A. Could, H, W ' fiiiftli, I. David, E. Hudson, O. Vass, 1). Wtllti, W. Bt ' II, D. Willis, R. Darwin, H. David- son. Middle row: V. Husst-ll, F. Norris, R. Russell, T. Catts, (;. Pcrsi ' trhin, D. C odtr, sccn-taiy; R. Be- ville, president; D. Willis, treasurer; . Smitli, A. Rehert, W. Thomas, T. Crane. Rack Row: T. Conklin, D. Dobbs, R. Rader, R. Nfeininjier, R. Eyerson, H. ' idela, I. Knijjht, D. Trust, C. Duiniijian, S. Weinger, C. Adkins, C, Be s, D. MeKay, j. Krickson. Tau Beta Pi At the 1962 national coinciition Tan Beta Pi ' wa.s proclaimed the most outstand- iiiu chapter in the conntry for the second straight ear. The members of this engi- neering honorary are selected not only for their excellent scholarship but also for their exceptional character. Students who are in the upper eighth of the junior class or the upper tifth of the senior class are eligible to bti tapped into this organization. The stu- dents eligible for membership are enter- tained at a smoker so that they may be in- troduced. After initiation the new members are honored at the groups annual bancjuet. Tau Beta Pi sponsors many projects throughout the year such as the distribution of bookmarks and welcome letters to the new engineering freshmen during fall reg- istration week. Other projects include the scheduling of re iew sessions for senior engineers in preparation for their Engineer- in-Training Exams in Ma . At the spring as- sembly, Tau Beta Pi presents an engineer ' s handi)ook to the junior who has shown the most academic impro ement tluring the pre- vious year. 125 ALPHA SIGMA MV-Front row: J. Park, treasurer, H. Frankel, S. Rosenberg, M. Meyerson, president; Professor Pennington, T. Shives, secretary. Second Row: L. DePue, L. Norman, Jr., E. Maust, Jr., H. Yakowitz, A. Edwards, E. Escalante. Alpha Sigma Mu Alpha Zeta The recognition and promotion of high .scholastic, scientific and professional at- tainment in the field of study, research, de- sign, and use of metals and materials is the purpose of Alpha Sigma Mu. Alpha Sigma Mu recognizes the scholastic achievements of students majoring in metallurgy at the U niversity of Maryland. The special pro- jects of Alpha Sigma Mu include supporting the arts and sciences of metals and main- taining the highest and best standards for the profession. Alpha Zeta forms the professional Agri- culture fraternity for the future farmers of America who foster high standards of scholarship, character and leadership in the field of agriculture. Alpha Zeta spon- sors a tutoring program as an aid to fresh- men in the college of agriculture. Through high school visitation the gioup encourages entrance into the field of agriculture. Throughout the year Alpha Zeta sponsors many activities including speakers exper- ienced in the field of agriculture. ALPHA ZETA-Fwnt Row: J. Hutchison, W. Knicely, reporter; E. Wessel, president; G. Adkins, vice- president, H. Dougherty, secretary; W. Price, F. Garrett. Back Rotv: M. Stout, H. Gottwals, J. Baur, P. Marques, L. Reeve, W. Winant, R. Haresnape, T. Greenwood, F. Chang. t f f f0f 4 if M A i f 1 1 1 t f f f I DELTA NU ALPHA - •! Row. W. Tripp, L. Haiic- liut, j. I ' latiiio, tri ' asiircr; J. jac()l)s, vice prt ' sidt ' iit; H. Hiuld, prt ' siclt ' iit; ). Clow, 2ik1 ' ict ' prt ' siclciit; P. TuckiT, secretary; Q. Goldniaii, W. Martin. Back Row: S. Bass, D. Carroll, J. P ' owler, K. AIsKIkii, chapter recorder; E. Sweeney, R. Floward, R. Marceron, C. Woodward, M. Benkcrt. Delta Nu Alpha Chi Epsilon Founded in 1958, Delta Nu Alpha, the transportation fraternity, is rehitively new on the University of Maryland campus. In order to he initiated into Delta Nu Alpha a person nuist he majoring in either Transportation or Traffic Management. Comhining education and pleasure, Delta Nu Alpha has both business and social meetings. In addition, they arrange tours of the ' ari()us facilities which are associated with all aspects of transportation or traffic managemcMit. CHI EPSILOIN - • ( « f Roiv: A. Sliaw, H. X ' idela, H. Lui)l)ert, historian; T. Gossard, treasurer; J. Krick- son, ice president, T. ( ' rane, president; R. Mein- inj er, secretary; R. Rader, niarsliall; P. Costinett. Chi Epsilon was established on tlie Uni- versity of Maryland campus in 19(il. The pinpose of this honorary is to improxe the civil engineering profession as an instru- ment for the betterment of society and to aid the Civil Engineering Department at the University of Maryland. The top rank- ing juniors and seniors majoring in ci il engineering comprise the membership list of Chi Epsilon. F ollowing its purpose, Chi Epsilon helps to promote better scholarship by providing a tutoring service tor under- classmen majoring in ci il engineering. Rack Row: R. Nixdori, R. Lepson, P. Tohin, V. Norris, H. Kelley, R. Keeler, J. N ' akik, R. wolinski. W. Moore, D. Rohey, H. Da idson. f f f f ff tf f I I ffS « m K ETA KAPPA ISU- Front row: T. Conklin, T. Gaits, G. Perseghin, R. Russell, S. Tietter, W. Smith, W. Russell, E. Hudson, D. Dobbs, C. Werle. Back Row: J. David, D. Willis, J. Knight, R. Ceccarelli, P. Vy- man, W. Cronyn, C. Beggs, G. Dunnigan, R. Ford, W. Bell, A. Gould. Eta Kappa Nu Gamma Alpha Chi Gamma Xi chapter of Eta Kappa Nu was founded at the University of Maryhind in 1956 for the purpose of recognizing high scholarship and spreading Hberal cuhure in the field of electrical engineering. To become a member of this hon orary a junior must be an electrical engineering major with outstanding scholarship in his college, and he must exhibit a breadth of interest in subjects other than his major. Each year the members of Eta Kappa Nu assist with the Engineering Open House and give an award to the top electrical engineering senior. Founded on June 1, 1961 and associated with the Department of Practical Art, the Alpha Xi chapter of Gamma Alpha Ghi has just completed its first year as an active hon- orary. Composed of members who have an interest in some field of advertising, a 2.2 average and who have taken at least one ad- vertising course, Gamma Alpha is striving to broaden and increase the opportunities for women in advertising and to develop higher educational and professional standards whenever advertising is a factor. GAMMA ALPHA CHI-Front Row: L. Tatum, secre- tary; R. Jew, C. Brill, G. Cravaritio, L. Evans, D. Harkins, S. Gould, G. Rowell, G. Creamer, E. Bich- ell. Back Row: C. Zoda, G. Miller, J. Schmitit, presi- dent; T. Jen, A. Schlegel, M. Devlin, M. Fejfar, J. Musumeci, vice president; E. Fechter, G. Myers. mnafKihiua GAMMA TIIETA UPSILON-Fro» Row: M. Fol- stfin, int ' inlxrship cliainiuui; A. Moiitjionu-ry, vice picsidt ' iit; L. Willi, pii ' sideiit; A. Lirhciinaiin, secre- tary-trcasuier; J. W ' iedel, taculty atl isfr. Back How: G. Beiisel, P. Rios, X ' elez, D. VVirali, M. KiiiKlitoii, L. Ceccliini, ' . Hill. Gamma Theta Kappa Kappa Psi Upsilon The Beta Plii cluipter ot Gamma Theta Upsilon, the National Geographers Fra- ternity, was established on the University of Maryland campus in 1957. Requirements for initiation into the Beta Phi chapter in- clude si.x credits ot geography, junior stand- ing and si.x extra credits in geography be- fore graduation. The goal of Gamma Theta Upsilon is to promote more interest in geography. The members work towards this goal b ' sponsoring throughout the year various meetings, lectures, field trips, and slide showings. KAPPA KAPPA PSI- Seated: W. Hart, president. Stajiding: M. Hoard, vice president; C. Show, secre- tar -; H. Hoinersa, sponsor; E. Hoyne, H. Boiler, B. Those who have shown outstanding par- ticipation in and active support of the Maryland University Band are honoretl b - initiation into the Gamma Xi chapter of Kappa Kappa Psi. Kappa Kappa Psi, a na- tional honorary and service chapter, per- forms various services for the University of Maryland throughout the school year. The high school band week and the annual Christmas music are both project.s of this musical fraternity. Kappa Kappa Psi also sponsors a band homecoming float for the University of Maryland Homecoming Par- ade. Nale. Not in picture: R. Leadbeatcr, J. L ini, V. Linton, H. Swanson, P. Pfieffer, R. Philps. KAPPA TAU ALPHA -J. Fowler, W. F. Noall, ad- visor; E. Sechtman, P. Case, L. Lackey, A. Sybor, R. Mellinger, A. A. Crowell, department head. Kappa Tau Alpha The University of Maryland chapter of Kappa Tau Alpha was established in 1961 for the recognition and promotion of schol- arship in the field of journalism. To achieve this goal, Kappa Tau Alpha taps only students who are majoring in journalism and who are in the upper ten percent of their class. A student must also have at least five semesters of credits to be eligible for membership. Each year the national organization of Kappa Tau Alpha presents an award to the author of an outstanding piece of published research in journalism and mass communica- tions. Omicron Nu The Alpha Zeta chapter on Omicron Nu founded in 1937 at the University of Mary- land. This honorary, which has been estab- lished nationally since 1912, has as its pur- poses, " the promotion of scholarship, lead- ership, and research as its part ot the world- wide movements in Home Economics. " The desire for the achievement of these goals can be seen in the membership requirements which limit the honorary to women who are majoring in home economics and have at least a 3.0 academic average. The members must also be scholastically in the top ten percent of the Junior class or in the upper twenty percent of the Senior class. OMICRON NU-Fron( Row: J. Rapp, E. Keene, H. Kahng, M. A. Edwards. Back Row: J. Bavis, C. Brush, M. Devhn, J. MacNeal, P. DeAmico. TAU KAPPA ALPHA - ' Von; Row: D. Cu-ws, ad- isor; M. Mncts, pit ' sidnit; H. Stt ' veiis. Back Row: N. Mil IK ' , secretary; W. Wiener. Not pictured: I). Taylor, J. Knafel, M. Copeland, G. Kaludis. Tau Kappa Alpha Pi Delta Epsilon lau Kappa Alpha is a relatively new hoii- ()iai which has only been established on the Universit ' ot Maryland campus since 1957. In this brief time th(. honorary has become a aluable asset to tlu ' University !) ■ its work encouraging the campus debat- ors. A student must have participated in two ears o( superior debate and must be in the upper third of his class acadeniicalK in order to be eligible tor membership in Tan Kappa Alpha. To help succeed in its goal ot furthering high (juality forensic achievement, the gioup sponsors a High School Forensic Festival and a Debate Forum each vear. The work of Pi Delta Epsilon is well known to the students of the University of Maryland. This journalistic honorary spon- sors such projects as the Diamondhack, the Old Line, and the TERRAPIN. They also sponsor the student faculty connnittee on publications. The purpose of Pi Delta Ep- silon is to facilitate easier communication between various student publications. Throughout the year, Pi Delta Epsilon holds meetings and gives a publications bantiuet in order to further its goals. PI DELTA EPSILON -Fron Row: ]. Ko crs, vice prrsidi ' iit; L. Clranat, president; M. Miller, secre- tary, S. Hiidick. Bark Row: H. Iloyl ( ' la Ion, 1. Keniie . L. Hall, P. » f PHI ALPHA EPSILON-Fronf Row: R. Kem, R. Mol- lis, M. Nofsinger, P. Bolen, president; D. White, D. Sigier, J. Clark, Jr. Back Row: L. Gidden, V. Crocker, Phi Alpha Epsilon The University ot Maryland chapter of Phi Alpha Epsilon was established to pro- mote professional growth and achievement and high academic standards for those stu- dents majoring in the fields of Physical Edu- cation, health, physical theraphy and recrea- tion. Established at the University of Mary- land in 1952, Phi Alpha Epsilon, a local hon- orary, requires its members to have a 2.7 overall average and a 3.0 average in health, recreation and physical education courses. L. Cavin, D. Steel, A. Leatherman, J. Ingrain, his- torian; B. Maus. Phi Alpha Theta The Beta Omega chapter of Phi Alpha Theta was established for both graduate and undergraduate students who are outstanding in the field of history. Any graduate student in the history is qualified to be a member. Undergraduates must maintain a 3.0 average in history, a 2.7 overall average and have at least 15 hours of advanced history courses. Since 1949, Phi Alpha Theta has endeav- ored to promote the study of history, and to recognize scholarly achievement in the field of history. PHI ALPHA THETA- Front Row: L. Robinson, U. Boyd, A. Hearne, secretary; J. Kadlurowdki, histo- rian; R. Bauer, adviser; J. Cobey, J. Schmidt, B. Jaffe. Back Row: S. Shewchuk, D. Neniier, R. Stromberg, C. Boyd, R. Simpson, F. Burman, S. Katz, D. Tracey, T. Etzler, A. Pearson, E. Bogle. f f f t t CT ' lf PHI CHI TUETA-Front Row: B. Fingcrhut, C. Kraiitz, J. Bail)i ' t ' , treasurer; M. Scoville, vice presi- clt ' iit; K. X ' oorht ' fs, president; M. Miller, secretary; J. Linebcrry, S. Turner, L. Hanneinaiin, liistoriaii. Back Phi Chi Theta Phi Chi Theta is a professional women ' s haternity for women enrolled in the college of B.P.A. It sets as its goal the promotion of better business for women through the haternity idea. This goal is attained through professional meetings with outstanding women in business as speakers. Other activities include a fieshman tea and services for the B.P.A. college and the University of Maryland. The Phi Chi Theta ' s rush outstanding junior and senior women majoring in B.P.A. and who have maintained a 2.2 or better average. PI MU EPSILON -Fronf Row: D. Bordelon, K. Wat- kins, D. Henney, E. Evenchick, E. Woolley, N. Rubin- M r W M Row : J. Nightingale, P. Reed, S. Burke, C:. Cietka, A. Widerman, P. Lotz, M. Mulhern, P. Best, K. Bartol, S. Eaton, E. Roliey, A. Walstrum. Pi Mu Epsilon Pi Mu Epsilon is the mathematics hon- orary. Established at the University of Mary- land in 1956, it has, since its founding, hon- ored those students who have excelled in the field of mathematics. The members of Pi Mu Epsilon are required to have more than a 3.0 average in all math courses and maintain a 3.0 average in all other subjects. The purpose of Pi Mu Epsilon is to acti- vate interest in mathematics. In order to further this purpose, Pi Mu Epsilon sponsors lectures by renowned mathematicians, films and the Milton Abramowitz award which is presented annually. stein. Back Row: N. Wallach, D. Wortman, S. Edla- vitch, G. Kalish, A. Henney, D. Sprecher. K : r s % ' W PI TAU SIGMA-Fron Row. R. Beville, D. Weller, Jr., recording secretary; L. Stout, Jr., vice president; O. Vass, president; D. Coder, treasurer; S. Weinger, G. % «1 Adkins. Back Row: F. Clifton, H. Stone, D. Shaffer, G. Sokol, P. Eckels, R. Werneth, H. Lupien. Pi Tau Sigma Pi Tau Sigma has been established on the University of Maryland campus for the pur- pose of honoring outstanding seniors in the field of mechanical engineering. To be eligi- ble for membership a senior must be in the upper third of his class besides having a faculty rating, activities and engineering ex- perience. The Tau Mu chapter was founded on this campus April 14, 1956 to promote high ideals in the engineering profession and to create interest in departmental activi- ties. SIGMA ALPHA ETA- Front Row: E. Katz, B. Wasser, treasurer; I. Scherr, president; S. Golaner, correspond- ing secretary; L. Sass, recording secretary. Back Row: Sigma Alpha Eta The purpose of Sigma Alpha Eta is to encourage professional growth in the field of speech and hearing by providing learning experiences not offered in formal courses. The Alpha Kappa chapter of Sigma Alpha Eta was founded in 1949. This professional honorary taps students who have done out- standing work in the speech and hearing field of study. Members must have a 3.0 aver- age in speech therapy courses and a 2.5 over- all average, an iiiterest in the field of speech and hearing and be working for certification in this field. M. Hartnian, H. Hunovice, B. Rosenfeld, B. Sininis, D. Richburg, D. Davidson. n 1 rf SIGMA ALPHA IOTA -Front Row: A. Webster, D. Clarke, P. VVheatly, treasurer. Back Row: N. Bourget, S. Petersen, M. Magnetti, president; R. Muhr. Sigma Alpha Iota A woman with a B average in music courses and a C average in other academic courses is eligible for membership in Sigma Alpha Iota, the women ' s professional music fiaternity. The fraternity strives to raise the stand- ards of productive musical work among col- lege women and to fiuther promote the de- velopment of music in America. Gamma Epsilon, the University of Maryland chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota, has two meetings a month. During the school year, they give two departmental parties and serve as ushers for all musicals held at the University of Mary- land. Sigma Alpha Omicron The purpose of Sigma Alpha Omicron is to give recognition to those who have de- monstrated an aptitutde and interest in the science of Microbiology. Sigma Alpha Omi- cron is a local honor society founded at Mary- land in 1925. To be eJigible for initiation a student must attain junior standing, have a 2.5 overall average and haxe taken twelve credits in bacteriolog ' . The purpose of this scientific honorary is to promote friendliness and cooperation among bacteriolog ' majors. SIGMA ALPHA OMICRON-Fronf Row: S. Smith, J. Green, C. Kalk. Back Row: J. Sheehe, C. DeFelice, P. Trainor, P. Jelus. SIGMA TAU EPSILON-Fronf Row: R. Rudolph, K. White, S. Landay, B. Schafer. Back Row: K. Dunkin, L. Gavin, J. Weaver. Sigma Tau Epsilon Tau Beta Sigma Sigma Tau Epsilon honors the outstand- ing women in the Women ' s Recreation Asso- ciation. To be ehgible for membership a stu- dent must have achieved sophomore stand- ing with an academic average of at least a 2.5 and must have shown leadership and in- terest in the Women ' s Recreation Associa- tion activities. Sigma Tau Epsilon was established on campus in 1940 to encourage and foster a more wholesome appreciation of leisure time activities on the part of the students. Tau Beta Sigma honors those women who have made outstanding contributions to the University of Maryland band. A national recognition society established at the Uni- versity of Maryland in 1956, Tau Beta Sigma has as its purpose the promotion of better inter-band relationships by sponsoring parties during the year. Tau Beta Sigma members act as hostesses to the visiting bands and organize social affairs for their benefit. A 2.0 overall average is the necessary scholastic requirement for membership. TAU BETA SIGMA- Front Row: B. Hull, vice presi- dent; A. White, secretary; K. Trehlcock, D. Gibbas. Back Row: D. Young, treasurer; V. Blasier, J. Wi burn, president. BETA ALPHA PSl- Front Row: S. Kajifii, M. Dunn, E. Ellis, J. Flick, C. Edelson, P. DeCamaia, D. Bond. Back Row: V. Willicli, J. Ft-skett, G. Bloom, B. Cram- mer, B. Fisliman, G. Bt-iison, W. Biard, M. Swcron, D. Lowe, E. Davies. Beta Alpha Psi Beta Alpha Psi honors those University of Maryland students who are outstanding in the field of accounting. To he eligihle for membership a student must prove that he can maintain a 3.0 overall average and a 3.5 average in all accounting courses. He must also have submitted a thousand word research paper and passed a four hour writ- ten examination. Throughout the year, Beta Alpha Psi brings to the University of Maryland various speakers who are outstanding people in the accounting field. KAPPA ALPHA MU-G. Hoover, W. Noall, Prote.ssor j. Bedford, M. Matzek, E. Naill, A. Crowell, L. May- field, K. Heinen, V. Weiss, J. Lackey, N. Reznikoff, Kappa Alpha Mu The Alpha Mu chapter of Kappa Alpha Mu, the national professional honorary fra- ternity, was founded at the University of Maryland in 1960. To be eligible for member- ship in this organization, a student must ha e distinguished himself in photojournalism through press photography, photo editing and publications work. An affiliate of the National Press Photographers ' Association, Kappa Alpha Mu sponsors several dinners and model sessions for amateur photogra- phers, and has several famous speakers en- tertain and instruct them every year. F. Racenstein, R. Carroll, K. Firestone, V. Mathis, W. Fischer, J. Colhoon. PI SIGMA ALPHA -Fronf Row: R. Stuafenberger, R. Millhouser. Back Row: B. McKenna, C. Smith II, R. Friedman. Pi Sigma Alpha Pi Sigma Alpha is the political science honorary. It was established at the Uni- versity of Maryland in 1938. Since then Pi Sigma Alpha has had as its purpose the im- provement of scholarship in the field of polit- ical science. The members of Pi Sigma Alpha are chosen for their overall scholastic achievement and for their outstanding con- tributions to the Department of Government and Politics. Activities of this honorary in- clude a banquet which is given annually. 138 Military COL. THEODORE AYLESWORTH, Professor of Air Science of the 33()th Air Division. Air Force ROTC This year marks the Centennial of the ratification of the Morrill Act which provided that public lands in the West be donated to the states having colleges in which a course of military training was maintained. Univer- sity regulations required all male students enrolled in the University of Maryland to undergo training conducted by the Reserve Officers ' Training Corps. The program was organized to provide basic instruction during the first two years of college and to offer advanced training leading to a commission during the last two years. This year 4500 cadets are enrolled in A F ROTC at Maryland and are provided with a foundation for lead- ership and aerospace age citizenship. The voluntary two-year Advanced ROTC pro- gram builds on this foundation and produces junior officers for the U.S. Air Force. INSPECTION time is here. ANDREW P. GROSE, Cadet Division Commander. MILITARY DAY ir in ROTC. c rr.r.Cjr .f-i:: rS - A- ' O ARNOLD AIK SOCIETY -Seated: H. |. Zwolinski, Dt-p. Opel, ortiicr; N. H. Hcarce, Into. St-r. Officer; C. K. Couchinaii, Admin. Officer; H. A. BraKaw, E.xt ' c. Of- ficer; A. F. Ciro.se, Comdr.; K. K. Zimmerman, Oper.; T. F. Schammel, Finance Officer; R. S. Kem, Chap- Iain. Second Row: M. Hoard, E. Marlow, R. ' iolett, B. Gold, VV. Wolfe, V. Cox, R. Graham, T. Staley, S. Lieshman, H. Bal)oyiiui, B. West, T. Symonds, W. Alhreclit, C, . larkline, Capt. R. Dehnar. Last Roic: j. Enrich, J. McDonon h, R. Pielke, P. Wright, H. Warner, M. Meivers, B. MacMillan, T. Bigelow, T. Cahill, M. Enders, G. Scott, C. Johnson, C. Upham, B. Barrett, W. Koopniann. Arnold Air Society The Arnold Air Society is a professional service organization with a national enroll- ment of 5500 selected advanced AFROTC cadets. It was founded in honor of the late General H. H. " Hap " Arnold in 1947 and was established at the University of Mary- land in 1950. The objectives of the Society are: To promote American citizenship in an air age; to advance the support of air power; to further the purpose, mission, tradition, and concept of the USAF for na- tional security; and to create a closer and more efficient relationship within the AFROTC. Scabbard and Blade The Scabbard and Blade is a National Honorary Military Society. Its purpose is primarily to raise the standard of military education at the University of Maryland; to encourage and foster the essential quali- ties of good and efficient officers, and to SCABBARD AND BLADE- Seated: W. D. Wolfe, Ad- ministrative Officer; W. F. Co.x, Jr., E.xecutive Officer; P. I. Bowen, Jr., Commander; R. K. Zimmerman, I- ' inaiuc Officer. Second Row: . 1. E. Board, A. P. promote ftiendship and good lellowsliip among the cadet officers. Selected h " om sec- ond semester advanced cadets with a 2.5 academic average and a 3.0 advanced ROTC average. Scabbard and Blade presentK- has seventeen members. (Jrose, R. A. Bragaw, Capt. Jcihii Dunn, W. B. .Sinitii, Neil R. Bearce, D. Fletclx-r. Last Row: S. Koopmann, B. Gold, R. L. Woodard, H. L. Smith, P. Toi)in. r w VANDENBERG GUARD -Fronf Row: R. Greene, P. Kraiitwurst, B. Rains, T. Bongartz, J. Sparhawk, Comdr., G. L. Nnll, J. R. Campbell, J. H. Eurich. Second Row: L. W. Townsend, E. E. Mosley, B. C. lohnson, I. A. Lnag, R. F. Biosca, D. Barnes, L. S. Weinteld, ' I. W. Foxwell. Third Row: D. L. Doeller, R. W. Hale, C. A. Dalton, L. R. Burch, C. M. Jones. Fourth Row: (. K. Gardosik, H. A. Koudelka, V. M. Beck, J. R. Nicholas, T. F. Williams. Fifth Row:W. H. Ward, C. W. Noranbrock, R. K. Parker, R. A. Fried- man, H. P. Crovle. Sixth Row: J. D. Bartelt, C. A. Jackson, H. A. Cole, ]. H. Bender, C. L. Wood. Last Row: L.W. Hurley, L. S. Sadler, D. L. Ruderman, S F. Cohen. The Vandenberg Guard The Vandenberg Guard is a military fra- ternity unique to the University of Maryland. Designated as a squadron within the Corps of Cadets, it is one of the few sabre drill teams in the United States. Composed of a Trick Sabre Drill Team, a Precision March- ing Unit, and a Color Guard, The Vanden- berg Guard has been a major contributor of cadet officers. It is named in honor of the late General Hoyt S. Vandenberg and was presented its formal charter by General Vandenberg ' s wife on June 12, 1955. " I ONLY COUNT five chins, Mister. 15th KK ,T. S ' VWV-Scali ' d: H. Mill, i, A. Sliapiio, 14. Ncrly, D. Lol«u-n, Ciomdi., J. Orlaiido, j. CoIIdii, II. NUK.ii ir. Staiidiii i: J. l,.i(l , . IMcitlcr. Pershing Rifles The Pershing liiilcs is a National . lililar Fratt ' inity havinj uiiit.s that are iiiti ' vjral with KOTC pro rani.s throughout the I ' liited States. This orgauizatiou was founded h the hite John J. Pershinu, (General ot tlic Armies, in 1894. The Universit ()i Marxhuid ' s unit, Scjuad- ron A, Fifteenth Regiment, dates haek to 1934. Consisting of a Color Guard, a Trick Drill Team, a Precision Drill Team, and a Rifle Team, it participates in drill competi- tion in this area and also competes in many nationwide drill meets. On the basis ot out- standing perfonnance in drill coiupetition and of superior o er-all organization and performance during tlie last year, Maryland ' s unit received the regimental award tor the best unit in the Fifteenth Regiment. INSPECTION OF THE voUn tiuard PERSHING RIFLES-Fronf Row: M. H. ' Crahain, Comdr. Second Row: R. A. De- )ss, li. Caloticio, H. W. TiiiiRT, C. K. Marklim " . Third Row: ]. K. Hull, H. L. Eigen- l)i()t, H. H. Hanil)sl)um, H. C. Piclkc, J. K. Lady, F. huclita, A. I.. Favlotos. Fourth Row: M. K. Kiidcis, I. A. Pliillips, F. faikiiiKton, D. H. Forslit, T. F. Ilairvman, H. C. Hirely, H. K. Smitli. Last Row: K. L. Stcplu-iisou, B. O. Doyln, H. E. Dec, M. J. Isermau, H. F. Pollack, T. (. ' .. HoNt-r, S. C. Stfimnaii, J. B. Kiiiiaid. « » 9 ■■■ ANGEL FLIGHT- Fro jf Row: B. Marvel, K. Grimes, S. Caskan, C. StouHler, B. Bauniner, S. Langmack, R. Rogers, C. Loksteiii, S. Hellman. Second Row: A. Cochran, G. Yano, J. Stamm, L. Hyssong, E. John- son, G. Dent, J. Stover, P. Jenkins, L. Barter. Third Row: J. Warfield, M. Stack, A. Shakashiri, L. Favier, A. Evans, C. Pinkus, K. Jeisi, M. Knox, A. Learman, Angel Flight Angel Flight, the official auxiliary or- ganization of the Arnold Air Society, was established at Maryland over five years ago. Primarily known for its outstanding service, they act as official hostesses of the Univer- sity, present a talent show for the l enefit of the campus chest and co-sponsor the Military Ball with the Arnold Air Society. OFFICERS- Siting; G. Dent, Pledge Trainer; E. Johnson, Pres.; J. Stamm, V.P.; Standing: L. Barter, L. Hyssong, Rec. Sec; J. Stover, Sec; P. Jenkins, G. Yano, Treasurer. A. Passalacqua, L. Duvall, T. Trammell. Fourth Row: P. Sappington, M. B. Coppock, G. Pace, M. A. Sam- bora, L. Jaekals, J. Buckner, M. Damuth, C. Strick- land, J. Shirk. Last Row: A. Husen, L. A. Walker, L. Lassila, D. Wood, M. L. Wood, P. Sheppard, S. Evans, C. Brown, D. Fratta, J. Latimer, P. Prusch, C. Jarboe. JUDY STOVER, Secretary of Angel Flight, was Queen of the Military Ball. 144 EXAMINATION ON Drill and Ceremonies. R. K. ZIMMERMAN, Exec. OtVicer crowns Fat Mc- l.auulillTi, Swcctlicart of C LA; B. J. Gold, Corndr., looks ,,ll. Cadet Leadership Academy TIk ' CLA i.s a s(|uadn)ii within the (-orps of Cadet.s who.se function is to train effectix e and efficient leaders for actix c sei ice in the University of Xhiryhuurs AFROTC Cadet Corps. Organized in the spring of 1958, it was originally known as the Non-Comniis- sioned Officer ' s Academx ' . Having a total inenihersln ' p of litt cadets, the scjiiadi ' on is di ided into loui ' llights in which drill competition has been higliK emphasized. Tested on knowledge of drill and ceremonies and cjualities of leadershij), the . cademy graduates the (lualilied cadets who then as- sume positions of leadership in the ( orps. SQUADRON FORMS mass formation. 145 Activities 147 Activities Associate Editor Sue Allmon S.G.A Barbara Watson Classes Pat Dunn Queens Priscilla House Communications Joanne Ross Drama Carol Fitzell Religion Jane Goodhand Music Kathy Zettler Organizations Morrow Cox Drawing By James Forbes o. vt. A. S.G.A. CABINET- Fronf Row: B. Pettee, fraternity representative; W. Duckett, vice president; P. Was- mer, president; J. Stafford, treasurer; K. Jacobsen, AWS president; G. Kaludis, adviser; D. Sullivan, sophomore president. Last Row: C. Darby, independ- ent mens rep.; B. J. Gold, president of mens league; V. M. Ernst, independent women ' s rep.; R. Grud- ziecki, president of senior class; L. Robinson, secre- tary; W. Robertson, president of junior class. Student Government Association The SGA Cabinet is composed of stu- dent elected representatives. The cabinet represents the executive branch of the Stu- dent Government and is responsible for the supervision of student activities. The SGA Legislature is a relatively new institution being first formed in 1958. It is the largest elected body on campus. When at full strength, it is composed of thirty rep- resentatives. Combined with the SGA Cabi- net it gives the University a very effective and efficient bicameral government. Representatives of the Legislature are elected by their respective classes. The Vice President of the SGA serves as Speaker; an Assistant Speaker and a Secretary are elected from within the group. The Legisla- ture is broken down into eight Standing Committees covering every phase of campus life. Each member serves on at least one of these committees. Special Committees of the Legislature obtain their membership ftom the entire campus. With the exception of the chairman, who is an elected represent- ative, the entire student body is eligible for service. LEGISLATURE -Fronf Row: R. Sachs, R. Dochter, M. Mendelson, J. Beattie, assistant speaker; W. Duckett, speaker; K. Daniels, secretary; C. Gray, J. Benson, W. Clark, D. Millhouser. Last Row: S. Hover, S. J. Brown, M. Valencia, D. Pollekoff, V. Myers, J. O ' Hare, D. DeLanoy, E. Downs, C. Clog- han, T. L. Kelly, N. Long, M. Finkelstein, W. Stasiu- latis. 150 Tlu ' Fiesliiiian Orientation Board plans tlu ' orientation activities kn all new Mary- land stndents. This year several different t pes of events were initiated to better the relations among the new student, his family, and the University. President Elkins spoke to the students and their families at the first annual Parents ' Welcome. At the All Unix er- F.O.B. FRKSHMA.N ORIENTATION IH) RD-1 runt Row: J. C. Mar- lis, niiiiiM c ' lKiirinan; J. W ' liartoii, assistant eliainiian; .S. Mfscrs, sccritaiN; F. WasTiuT. Last Ruiv: i. Wood, assistant cliainnan; (!. ()iniloiH, assistant tliaiiinan. sity Night, the ontstaiuhng talent organi a- tions and their members were introduced. Other events held to accjuaint new students with Maryland life include the Campus Tours, the Dink Debut, the Acatkiinc .Assem- blies, the President ' s Reception and the Freshman Mi.xer. FINANCE COM- MITTEE - W. .Mann, j. Stafford, cliairniaii; L. Hall, S. Hover. Central Student Court The nine Court members, representing a student cross section, are juniors and sen- iors with minimum 2.5 overall averages. The Court has original jurisdiction over cases re- ferred by the Judiciary Office or Faculty Senate Committee on Discipline, infractions of University regulations or public laws which reflect on the University, and con- stitutional cases involving SCA or other gi " oups. It is an appellate coiut for cases originating in lower courts. CENTRAL STUDENT COURT- Front Raw: B. Barr , Dr. B. Ho- dinko, D. C;. Worrall, K. Dunkiii. Last Row: J. B. Deitz, W. B. Sniitli, D. V. Coder. Absent when picture was made: S. Scliles- inger, C. Jone.s, S. Oshinn. Finance Committee The Finance Committee, representing the student body, budgets $15(),()()() of stu- dent funds. Members are selected b the SCA Treasiner and the Finance C onnnittee Chairman. Hearings are completed and reccnnmen- dations are made in the spring. This makes it possible for the legislature to ciuickK pass the budget the following fall. SCiA supported organizations may then revise their budgets to meet funds receixed. AWS and MEN ' S LEAGUE COMMITTEE: L. Jones, B. Gold, Men ' s League President; K. Jacobsen, AWS President; R. Warner, C. Whittington, R. Edgar, L. Gidden. Associated Women Students Upon entering the University of " Mary- land, every coed is automatically a member of the Associated Women Students. AWS is the governing body responsible for the for- mulating and carrying out of regulations for women students. Elected by the women of the student body, the AWS Executive Coun- cil also coordinates the academic, cultural and social activities of the women students. Activities of AWS include Bridal Fair, Cultural Coffee Hours, Christmas Pageant, Orphans ' Party, House Directors Teas, and many more. The extensive Big Sister Pro- gram of AWS includes Daydodger as well as Dormitory women. As the governing body for women, AWS plays an active and representative role in many campus organizations, and in turn all campus women ' s organizations are repre- sented on the AWS Council. ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS -Fronf Row: S. Gorhani, K. Dmikin, treasurer; E. Kippnes, first vice pres.; K. Jacohsen, president; J. Montgomery, second vice pres.; J. Davis, secretary; C. Heisler, sen- ior representative. Second Row: E. Ricca, K. Murphy, T. Goldenberg, S. Allnion, J. tL Hyre, S. Osburn , B. Potzner, C. VVIiittington, L A. Flowers, L. Essig, C. Couey. Last Row: C. Pass, F. Horwitz, D. Stevenson, J. Goodhoud, R. Rudolph. MKN ' S LEAGUE JUDI- CIAL COl RT-Fnni R(,u: D.I ' iusl.D.WVllcT, cliii-l jiislicf, W. Katzi ' l. Last Row: S. Hi-iiiR-tt, . L iMuiiin, P. Hiattx. Men ' s League The Men ' s Leaj iu- strixes to coordinate the actixities of male stndents in all phases of college lite. Outstanding senior awards in scholarship, athletics, connnunications, and ser ice are gi en by the Men ' s League at its annual spring leadership banquet. Cam- pus actixities sponsored are intramurals, Sumini ' r Job Placement, and No-Shave Wfek. The Men ' s League also sponsors a W inter Wonderland contest in which each house and dormitory places Christmas dec- orations in hont ot its residence. The win- ner receix es a portable television. The executive council is a student elected b()d which governs the activities of the League. The council consists of the presi- dent, vice president, secretary, and treas- urer; I ' lecti ' d representatix es ol the treshman. sophomore, junior, and si ' uior classes; and appointed representatix es of its member or- ganizations: the Interfraternitx- C ouncil, the Resident Men ' s Association, and the Unixersity Connnuters ' Club. The Student Judiciarx which is repre- sentatix e of male undergiaduates at the Uni- xersitx is the Men ' s League Judicial Board. It consists ot sophomores, juniors, and sen- iors drawn from independent, fraternity and connnuter groups. Each member of the Board nnist hax e at least a 2.2 cumulatixe grade point average. Ceases inxolxing male students, as indi- viduals, xh() ha c ' X iolated University re- gulations applx ing to all men, constitute the main jurisdictional area of the .Men ' s League Judicial l oard. MEN ' S LEAGUE- Froiit Ron: T Brown, sicntaix ; 1 . (Jolil, picsidi ' llt; N. W ' l-ltx, ici ' pics- ulc ' iit; J. DiMT, trt ' as- iiriT. Last Row: |. Hanclolpii, I. Cu-11- mau, j. Bt-attic, |. Sti ' iiil)erK, H. War- iKT, fomiiuiters it ' i)- I ' cstntatixt " . CULTURAL COMMITTEE -Fronf Row: J Cohey, S. Schlesiiifit ' r, cliairnian; J. Wharton, R. Kuclolpli, Last Row: R. Edgar, M. Madigan, P. Rillia, secretaiN ' ; CJ. Kaludis, adviser. Afcsenf ivhen picture was made: P. Hynes, F. Feikin, R. Detwiler. Cultural Committee The Cultural Committee brings to the University a varied program designed to meet the wide range of interests of the stu- dents and faculty. In the past year the pre- sentations have included the National Sym- phony concert series, Owen Engel ' s World Jazz Festival, Barter Theater ' s selections of famous dramatic scenes, Ravi Shankar — India ' s outstanding sitarist, as well as opera- tic offerings and guest speakers. The job of the Committee is to determine the consensus of cultural interest and bring to the campus a generous sampling of the many tine cultural arts and artists available. Publicity, ticket sales, and technical arrange- ments for each production keep the members busy. The goal of the Committee is to give each student who supports the SGA Cul- tvnal Program through his activity fees the opportunity to find the type of cultural art he enjoys. Campus Chest Council The Campus Chest Council of the Uni- versity of Maryland is the centralizing agent for all fund-raising projects undertaken by any organization on campus. All profits must go to Campus Chest with the exception of projects of which 100% of the profits are to go towards a scholar- ship fund. However, any organization may appeal for approval to Campus Chest to use up to 90% of its profits towards its own (pre- stated) designated charities. The Council takes responsibility for in- vestigating and selecting charitable organiza- tions to which its funds will go. Each year Campus Chest sponsors a week during which organizations individually raise money for Campus Chest. The council is made up of representa- tives horn Panhel, IPC, APO, Men ' s League, RMA, Gamma Sigma Sigma, and the Com- muters ' Club. This year there is a Campus Chest representative in every fiaternit ' , sorority, and Men ' s and Women ' s Dormitory. These are headed by their four correspond- ing overall chairmen. CAMPUS CHEST-Fwnt Row: F. Hill, S. Laiiday, cliainnaii; S. Hart- ney, treasurer; J. Forster. Last Row: R. Warner, R. Rudolph, S. Gorham, J. Bartley, E. Goodman. Classes FRESHMAN OFFICERS -Front Row: Arlene Gudelsky, treasurer; Rick Robinson, president; Pat Missel, secretary. Back Row: Karen Dorn, vice president. The Freshman Class The new shoes mother bought him have become discarded for dirty sneakers, and his face has lost some of its newness. He has found his place. This is the Freshman. The Class of 1965 is working toward a successful Freshman Prom and Freshman Day. Its members are becoming active in extra-curricular and academic campus ac- tivities. DON ' T FORGET that dink! IF ONLY I ' d studied last ni ht FRESHMEN SEEN in the differing moods of registration — con- fusion, concentration, hopeful expectation? Sophomore Class Sophomore Carnival, an activity of this class, is one of the big events of the year in which all dormitories, sorori- ties, fraternities, and organizations take part by building colorful booths. Prizes are given for the most original and en- tertaining booths. A good time is had by all and the Carnival proceeds go to Cam- pus Chest. " A Breath of Spring " was the spring motif used as the theme for this year ' s Sophomore Prom. The officers of the Sophomore Class are David Sullivans, president; Judie Roundy, vice president; Reginald ' L. McNamara, treasurer; Joyce Stafford, secretary; Sue Gorham, A.W.S.; and Irwin F. Gellman, Men ' s League Re- presentative. CO-CHAIRMAN OF the No Shave Contest, Irv GeUman, looks on as Ellis Goodman gives rough-bearded Mike Ger- shew a long needed shave. SOPHOMORES APPLAUD the queen of their class. SYNCOPATED RHYTHM provides music to dance by. 159 The Junior Class In the dawn of awakened responsibility the junior steps forward to a new position of leadership both socially and academically. Wi th the confusion and experiences of under- classmen years behind him, the junior is building on solid ground towards the fid- fillment of his aims. The highlights of his year include the Junior Prom and the newly innovated Honors Convocation replacing the traditional May Day ceremonies. SOPHOMORE CLASS- Richard Ballinger, treasurer; Elaine Ricca, A.W.S. representative; Wayne Robertson, president; Phil Re er, vice pres.; Linda Cavin, secretary; Joseph Steinberg, Men ' s League representative. WMB- ' m ' A Mj ki h . .: i. iK.A.». BiaY MAY FRAI BILLY MAY ami his ortlH ' stra (.MittMtaiii at tlif Junior Prom, lu-ld at Inclian Springs Countr ' Cliil). iUESTS AT tlu ' Jiinior From turn in their imitations at the door. BEV MACHT, C:liairman of the Prom, smiles durini; intermis- sion. pRft. V SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS- Jim Benson, Chairman of Senior Class Presents; Kay Myers, vice president; Ron Grudziecki, president; Cynthia Heisler, A.W.S. Rep.; Duke Bowen, treasurer; JuHa Cobey, Senior Prom Chairman. The Senior — the well- informed, well-rounded, erudite near-graduate — has many memories of past laurels in college. These reflections include his first registration, the Sophomore Carnival, the Junior Prom, plus the long hours of study and the tension of exams. But then there is the Senior Ball, Senipr Class Presents, and graduation to look forward to. Also the Senior looks with a discerning eye at himself and what has taken place within him in the past four years. 162 The Senior Class SENIOR ELITE son. Mike Benkert, Ron Grudziecki, Duke Bowen, and Jim Ben- Religion 163 fW The University Chapel Accommodates All Faiths THE STl DKM RELl(;i( LiS COUNCIL is llu di- rictivt ' 1)(h1 ioi all campus ii ' lijiious or aiii ations. RELIGIOUS AFFAIRS arc toovclinated tlirough the ( ' liapi ' l staff ami tlir Stvideiit Hclijjioiis Council, un- der the supciA isioii of the Hclijiious Lite Committee of the Facult Senate. Religious lite at Maixlaiul tiiuls expres- sion through niuuerous denonunational and other groups. The aeti itii ' s depicted on these pages, including worsliip, education, service, and social lite, are generally representati e of all the groups, although each group has its o n distincti e pvnpose and nature. Religious life centers in Memorial Clhapel with its three chapels tor ser ices and of- fices for each group. (Chaplains or rei)re- sentatives assigned to the chapel 1) de- nominations compose the (Chapel Staff. METHODIST STUDENTS include amonji their aeti ities an informal h mn-sing in the Wesley- Room at tile Uni ersitv Methodist Church. 165 ROMAN CATHOLIC MASS is held on All Saints ' Day. THE NEW TESTA- MENT STUDY is given by the chapel staff as an eight-week course. MEMBERS OF ETHOS meet together to plail for future meetings 166 SOME ISLAMIC AS- SOCIATION nicinlK-rs consult v itll advisor, Hi Hivliii. JEWISH STUDENTS practice folk (lancing at Hillel House. THE LUTHERAN STUDENT CENTER tliroughout the entire school year provides many opportunities for in- formal discussions, social hours, and get-togethers for resident and day-dodger students. mmm . Nip ' - ' ' ' W _ ;.5.— FATHER STEVENS, the Episcopal Chaplain, an- swers a question tor one ot tlie memhers ot the Can- terbury Association. 169 f « w r . dl ALL EYES upon her, Jean is ready to begin. Homecoming Queen The homecoming festivities were highlighted by Jean Weaver as she reigned as homecoming queen. JEAN SMILES as President Elkins congratulates her. JEAN DEMONSTRATES her twirling ability to the excited footljall audience. - M ' p " Jean Weaver Pledge Queen Fran Morrel 172 Sophomore Queen Ruth Hatfield Greek Queen Kay Myers Miss Maryland This year ' s Miss Maryland, Elaine Downs, reigned over the Junior Prom — held at the Indian Springs Country Club. MISS MARYLA D reigns over the Junior Prom. ELAINE JOINS in the celebration on the Civil War Centennial. 1 W .: Lk y ' iSISk. ;; -. 1 mm ,, ' , WBbSBK oL " tS ■ S SniWM Elaine Downs Sandy Whalen Ruth Hatfield Miss Maryland Finalists Jo Ellen Finn Elaine Ricca M Communications KEN WAISSMAN, editor-in-chief relives past tri- umphs as he reads a past issue of. the Old Line. MANAGING EDITOR, Larry Pearson receives spe- cial attention from Claire Feldstein, business man- ager. JEAN RITCHIE, art editor, practices technique on the associate editor, Emory Kristoff. OLD LINE STAFF MEMBERS Ilene Sheer, Joyce Shroeder, and Pat Billig pose prettily and laugh at the photogiapher ' s jokes. Old Line Tlu ' Old Line siir i t ' (l aiiotlu r year of had jokes, rushed deadhiies, and censorship under the guidauee of echtor Ken Waissniau. As the eanipus humor magazine, the Old Line features parody, cartooning, and satire. The staff considers itself hicky to still he retaini ' d as part of the Nhu " ' land family of higher edu- cation. EMORY KRISTOFF, pul)litati()iis photofiiaplifr, will do almost anythiiiji to f t-t a good picture. The Old Line is at work — taking; a coffee break duriiiu work on tlie Christmas issue BUCK HOYLE, Fall Editor-in-Chief. PAUL CASE, Spring Editor-in-Chief. Diamondback JUDY DISNEY, Tuesday News Editor; Adrian Sybor, Managing Editor, ' and Helen Murphy, staff reporter discuss articles to be used in a future issue of the Diamondback. r ■• ' ••■• • • III-- • " ' ALAIN WEXLER and Lou Coffee, Diamond- hack ad-meii. LIZ HALL, Friday Managing Editor. BRUCE WEBER, Executi e Sports Editor gi es some point- ers to Neil Heilpern, sportswriter. The Diainondback is published four times weekly to inform the student body of national, international, and campus cur- rent events. The Diamondhack boasts tour separate staffs, each responsible for its own paper. Overseeing the operation this year were edi- tors Buck Hoyle and Paul Case. Reporting, writing, copyreading, editing, proofreading — always a deadline to meet — this is the story of the Diamondhack. JACK PRIAL, Thursday Editor. 181 TUESDAY STAFF: Jean Rowland, Pani Leef, Claire Marcuccio, John Colhoun, Marie Howell, Joan Stern. Diamondback Staff THURSDAY STAFF: Sandi Shapiro, Jerry Bayne, Leena Lassila, Joan Kane, Sandy Warhol, Sandy Milwit, Neil Heilpern, Jean Gabis, Stan Hankin, Donna Ellenson, Sheila Burke, Dick Schaefer. 182 WEDNESDAY STAFF: Jean Lineberry, Sue Fraley, Bev Macht, Micliele Kalniaii FRIDAY STAFF: Front Row: Peggy Slavin, Susan Stern, Steve Floam, Jan Browning, Jean Beall. Bach Row: Gar- nette Jones, Ste e Baird, Alex Sulin. 183 M Book This year ' s pocket-sized editon of the M-Book was pubHshed in the fair to help ac- quaint new students to life on the College Park campus. Along with the familiar black and gold dinks, the M-Book was standard equipment for all freshmen. John Stafford, this year ' s editor-in-chief, and the M-Book staff, summarized campus rules and regulations, activities and organiz- ations, and attempted to answer typical ques- tions before they were asked. Included also were a calendar of events at the University, and a listing of things to see and places to go on and off campus. M-BOOK STAFF -Jim Kennedy, Jim Harris, John Stafford, Fran Horwitz. 184 LEE LACKEY Publications Photographers MADISON AVENUE invadi-s tli.- lidd ..t photog- raphy— Ellsworth N ' aill, plioto maiuiKfr and chief photographer. w w DICK CARROLL 185 JANICE MONTGOMERY AND JOHN ROGERS, Co-Editors-in-Chief. Terrapin FRANK TUCCI- Managing Editor WOODY BEVILLE- Business Manager MR. JIMMY BEDFORD- FaculU Adxiser INTRODUCTION STAFP -jost-ph Ack- iiiiiii. Donna Skoulund, Mary l-llk-n Ciiainio. ACADEMICS STAFF- r pin , Feine Harding. Front Row: Donna Kohler, Penny W ' aganian, Barbara Janz, Rol)yii Rudolph, Bonnie Jump, Betty Cobey. Back Row: Tom C liilds, Jolni lioutenherg. Early last fall, a large staff began putting together the ideas, copy, pictures, and hard work which has become the 1962 TERRAPIN, a ear ot Mar land ' s life. Under the editorship ot Janice Mont- goiuery and John Rogers, the TERRAPIN, after many hours, false starts, and lost tempers gradually became a realitv ' . So here it is -the 1962 TERRAPIN -re- flecting the ever giowing campus, the chang- ing face of Maryland, always different, yet always the same. RESIDENCES STAFF-Fronf Row: Carol Cehert, Joanne Moser, JoNtt- Sehroeder, Claudia Miller, Mar an Tliouias. Back Row: Karen Ahranison, Anne Banville, Terr Etienne, Barbara Levin, Susan Hertz- ler, Sandi Shapiro, Judy Favier, Barbara Zoda, Jo te Short. m ' ' Terrapin Staff ACTIVITIES -Front Row: Carol Fitzell, Kathy Zettler, Joanne Ross, Sue Allmon. Back Row: Morrow Cox, Barbara Bloom, Nancy Altman, Jane Goodhand, Roberta Panici. The Terrapin section editors and their staffs began work early last fall to put to- gether the ideas, pictures and copy which be- came the 1962 Terrapin. Contending with rushed deadlines, late copy or no copy, too many pictures, or not enough, the staff mem- bers could often be heard taking up the hue and cry: Where is the photographer? May I borrow your grease pencil? Has anyone seen page 188? Who is that girl in the third row? This typewriter doesn ' t work! So this is what they mean by working under pressure! Then, finally, it happened. The pictures had been taken — and retaken. The copy was written and the sections assembled. And the Terrapin became a reality. 188 SENIORS — Fronf Row: Myra Aberman, Sandra Lisogursky, Carol Steckman, Patricia Serber. Last Row: Enid Zip- permann, Rena Sue Melnick, Sheila Rosenzwog, Susan Altaian, Fran Horwitz. SPORTS — Fronf Row: Pat Dunn, Ann Smith, Joline Dehart, Joan Raith. Las,t Row: Chuck Newman, Ken Lawrence. 1 MISS MIDNIGHT- Marvene McClung HOWARD L. STEVENS Business Manager STEVE JOHNSON -Program Director WMUC STAN RUDICK- Station Manager 190 SUNDAY-MONDAY STAFF- Mike Frt-ednian, nick. Bill Sc ' ;il)y, Gary Klimen, Sid Koelling. Jeff Selz- THURSDAY-FRIDAY STAFF -Alan Batten, Charlie Price, (Jeorge De ve ' . 2 TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY STAFF - Richard L. Sher, Hhody A. Bosley, Pat Sheehan, (Gregory Otto. W ' MUC;, tlif coiij c ' iiiiil iiiicl ciilighteiiiug radio xoicc ol the University of Maryland keeps the eanipus up to date with the hitest news and musical selections. From its hum- ble beginnings in 1945, WMUC has experi- enced such success that, at present, new facilities are being investigated to turtluT the expansion of the station. Miss Midnight, whose identit is here re- vealed for the first time, was chosen in the annual contest held last fall. She is the femme fatale of the air waves who nightly bids the campus goodnight. NEWS SPORTS STAFF -Fnni Row: Lee Euzent, News Di rector; Charlie Price, Sports Director. Sec- ond Row: Denny O ' Neil, Charlie Rossiter, Bonnie Johnson, Barry C. Andi-rson. Back Row: Tom Could, Alan Snvder. 191 Expression Expression, the campus literary maga- zine, features original creative writing and art work. The staff, comprised of about twenty students and headed this year by Bill Cooper, publishes an issue each semes- ter. As well as art work, Expression includes poetry, short stories, plays, and essays by Maryland students. EXPRESSION STAFF-Fronf Row: Rie Blaeksten, Man- aging Editor; Bill Cooper, Editor-in-Chief; James J. Dil- linger. Art Editor. Back Row: Kathie Dewey, Thomas B. Haughey, Lynne Colvin. Publications Board The Publications and Communications Board meets monthly on campus to discuss policy and procedure, as well as offering criticisms on the various student organs. The Board consists of the editors of TERRAPIN, Diamondback, Expression, Old Lin e, the station manager ot WMUC, their advisers, PUBLICATIONS BOARD -Front Row: W. L. Straus- baugh, John Lembach, S. M. Wedeberg, George F. Batten. Second Row: R. N. Doetsch, Ken Waissman, Janice Montgomery, Sarah Schlesinger, James Hum- faculty, and representative students. In addi- tion, the Board is responsible for appoint- ing students to the executive positions on the publications and seeing that the policies and ideals of the University are mirrored in its publications and communications. phrey, Alfied C. Crowell. Back Row: B. J. Borreson, Douglas G. Worrall, John Rogers, Buck Hoyle, Stan Rudick, John Faber. w f Drama Guys and Dolls With their first play this season, University Theater took us to Broadway with Daymon Runyon ' s musical comedy involving a Salva- tion Army girl and a bet between gamblers. The Cast Sarah Brown Sky Masterson Miss Adelaide Nathan Detroit Nicely-Nicely Johnson Gen. Matilda B. Cartwright Anne Southworth Marlin Hoff Laura Ranch Julian Tepper Roy Hendricks Ival McDermott ' MARRY THE Man Today ' ' LUCK BE a Lady " I«l " BUSHEL ANDalcck " I ' VE NEVER Bffii in Loxr Betort ' ' " SUE ME " " SIT DOWN, You ' re Hotkin ' tlu- Boat. " BUT, IGOR, you can ' t marry the daughter of the American Ambassador! " " BUT JULIET can ' t marry the son oi the Russian Ambassador! " " AND AS a real bargain, the last vokune of ' Tropic of Cancer ' . " T I un V T BE S- ' i w J- Romanoff and Juliet University Theater ' s second production of the season was Peter Ustinov ' s satire on Shakespeare and diplomatic rehitions. The story revokes around the romance between the son ot the Russian Aml)assador and the daughter ot the American Ambassador to a tiny country in Kurope, and tlie efforts of tlie General of the countr ' to ease relations l)etween East and West. Tlie Cast Igor Romanoff Juliet Moulswortli General First Soldier Second Solder Mr. Moulswortli Mrs. Moulswortli Mr. Romanoff Mrs. Romanott William Northcutt Diana Lad ' Jeff Bell Walter Hageter Charles Gillett, Jr. Jerry Augburn Carolyn Phelps Barry Bach Andie Ferber ' ATI EM ION! " " I NOW proiiouiKC i)n " PUT IN his legs! " " IF A MAN ' S brains were in ' s heels, were it not in danger ot kibes? " King Lear The Shakespearean drama presented by Uni- versity Theater this season tells of King Lear of Britain who wished to divide his kingdom among his three daughters and retire. Regan and Goneril, his two eldest daugh- ters, profess a great love for him in order to obtain a larger share of the kingdom. His youngest daughter, Cordelia, refuses to de- ceive him and is banished. Tragedy results when Lear learns of the deception and goes mad. The Cast King Lear Regan Goneril Cordelia Earl of Kent Earl of Glouster The Fool William McGuire Mary Madigan Sally Archibald Carol Martin Stanley Hartmami Robert Fowlkes Jeff Bell ' KNAVE! BEGGAR! Coward! Pander! " " WHY SHOULD a doK, a horse, a rat have Hte and thou no hreatli at all. " " NO, YOU vnniatural hags! ' y .l. s ,;,j|y- ■ ■( ::S FRANK TUDISCO as the Mat ador ill " Laiiu-iit for tlie Mata- dor. " SANDY SELIGSON as Cathy Holly, Lorraine Fowler as Mrs. Holly, and Norvell Bryant as George Holly in " Suddenly Last Summer. " CHRISTI HATCHER, a dancer in " Lament for the Matador. " IVAL McDERMOTT as Mrs Crooktinger Jacoby in " Three Penny Opera. " BUDDY RENFRO, author of " Little Tin Barn ' STERLING JACKSON, stuclmt diivctor ot " We tli Living. " Laboratory Theater Laboratory Theater is the experimental branch ot the Speech and Drama Depart- ment of the University of Maryland. It gives students the opportunity to act in, direct, and to write plays for stage produc- tion. Tlie plays are done with minimum lighting and properties, making them highlv flexible. Under the guidance t)f Herb Rodgcrs of the Speech and Drama Department, Labo- rator ' Theater this season presented a wide range of pla s including Tennessee Wil- liam ' s " Suddenly Last Summer, " the mus- ical comedy " Three Penny Opera, " a chore- ographic reading, " Lament for the Matador, " and an original script, " The Little Tin Barn " by Buddy Renfio. This year Laboratory Theater produc- tions were given at various militar - instal- lations and high schools in the area in addi- tion to regular performances at the Unixers- ity. Because of this expansion Lab Theater sought to increase the qualit - as opposed to the quantity of their productions. This pro- vided the student directors the opportunity to direct full three act plays rather than cut- tings of such plays. More student actors have participated in production this year than in any other year. New directors with new ideas provided incentive for all involved in the various performances, thus utilizing the ex- perimental aspect of Lab Theater. Student producer of Lab Theater, Mary Madigan, was succeeded by Michele Rothe who took oxer the position during the second semester with Diana Lad - and Sandra Selig- son as assistant producers. 201 THE FOLLIES ' meuibeis bid tarew ell as the depart for a five week tour of the Caribbean. Flying Follies XtS LOCKS ' lA CA Al IN PANAMA, members of Flying Follies view the locks of the great canal. From the North Pole to the Equator, the University of Maryland ' s Flying Follies have entertained our armed forces with their sparkling vaudeville revue. The group is unique in that it is student organized and stu- dent directed. This past summer, eighteen members of the troupe departed from National Airport for Panama; Puerto Rico; the Virgin Islands; Guantanamo, Cuba; Antiqua and Grand Turks in the British West Indies; San Sal- vador and Eleuthera in the Bahamas; and Gape Canaveral, Florida. The revue, en- titled " Footlight Fever, " was directed by Ken Waissman and included several original numbers and acts. During the five week ex- cursion, the Follies gave fifty performances, including two TV presentations. During the year the group entertains at various hospitals and army camps in the area. They also perform several benefit perform- ances on campus. In January, the gioup pro- duces a large revue in Central Auditorium for the benefit of the Campus Chest. 202 " IT ' S ALIVE! " screams Gwen Rosenberg, as she tangles with a boa constrictor at the Jungle Warfare Training Center in Panama. " OLGA MIRANDA honors the May- oress of San Juan and her X ' enezuelan guests with a well-known Spanish dance. " THIS WAS a real nice evening, " sing the FKing Follies, as they close an- other performance of " Footlight Fever. " IN CUBA, Ken W ' aissman re- cei i ' s an award lor the Fol- lies ' outstanding serxice in lioostiug morale. Drama Wing " HIGH PRESSURE AREA " -a,s seen lioin the wings of the Boonsl)()ro High School stage during a per- formance January 18. This is the second of the two Drama Wing plays performed during the 1961-1962 season. CAST MEMBERS- June Reinking, Carol His- sey, and Robert Lewis. As a service to the state of Maryland, the Drama Wing of the Department of Speech and Dramatic Art was formed in 1957. Its purpose is to utilize the problem plays of the American Theatre Wing for presentation be- fore PTA ' s and other civic organizations. These plays are entertaining and educational in that parents, educators, and others in- terested in youngsters may gain insight into their behavior problems. During the past five seasons the Drama Wing has traveled more than 10,000 miles in presenting plays to more than 23,000 people. They have given 256 performances. MARY ANNE SAMBORA won the 1962 Drama Wing Award for appearing in the most performances since becoming a Drama Wing member. Breaking all rec- ords in the five years history of Drama Wing, Mary Anne appeared in more than 70 performances and traveled more than 3,000 miles playing before more than 5,000 persons. 204 " CASE OF THP: missing HAND- SHAKE " — till ' most popular ol tlu ' two Dniina W ' iii plays, depicts tlu ' difficulty of parents trying to teach manners to children. The above photo was taken at a performance in Glen Burnie, Mar land, November 14th. CAST MEMBERS- Robert Lewis, Mary Anne Sanibora, Judy Trammell, Carolyn Echols, and June Reinking. DRAMA WIING — Fronf Row: Claire Lewis, June Reinking, Judy Trammell, Mary Anne Sambora, and Judy Lanier. Second Row: Robert Lewis. Back Row: Faith Rafl ind, Carol Hissey, Terry Patrick, and Mary Ellen Hammond. T UNIVERSITY THEATER -Fronf Row: Jeff Bell, Dale Ahearn, Lee Clark, Laura Ranch, Bob Fowlkes, Jack H. Zimmerman, George C. B. Case. Second Row: William F. Kerchner, Candy Shuman, Michelle " Mike " Rothe, Merlee Levin, Alice Bryant, Jackie Summers, Bill Higgens. Back Row: Sandra Seligson, Carole Levinson, James Ritchie, Thomas E. Smith, Charlie Ford, Anne Southworth, secretary; Mary Madigan, president. University Theater The purpose of University Theater is to encourage interest in, and to further develop dramatic arts at the University of Maryland. During the academic year University Theater produces four phiys. This year " Guys and Dolls, " " Romanoff and Juliet, " " King Lear, " and " Death of a Salesman " were presented. Qualifications for membership in Univer- sity Theater include work on two produc- tions, either as an actor or technical crew member and completion of ten hours of theater workshop in either costume or set construction. University Theater invites anyone inter- ested in any phase of theatrical work to as- sist them in their productions. 206 Music 207 ilfl CHAPEL CUOIR- Front Row: Lin Maxwell, Sandra Osburn, Jo Ann Musumeci, Barbara Potzner, Anne Shirley Wood, Barbara Himes, Ann Dorman, Demetri Haitas, Thomas Dove, Richard Popp, John Theis, Charlotte Hayes, Marilyn Krueger, Sharon Welsh, Judy Osgood, Diane Tarleton, Barry Gregory, Leslie Parr. Second Row: Marie Wirtensohn, Linda Clarke, Mary McCoy, Bette Glaze, Mary Ann Yeager, Walter Boyd, Jerry Dallman, Tom Johnson, Dennis McCurdy, Steven Kale, Leon Clark, Linda Gooding, Ariel Webster, Carole Connor, Katherine Murphy, Emily Whitbeck, Judy Stirling, Mary Lynn Dowell. Third Row: Diane Snyder, Elaine Legal, Lee Kaiser, Nessa Yaniger, Barb Young, Shirley Somerville. Fourth Row: Bonnie Mayo, Emily Dinkle, Sandy Matthews, Kay Grimes, Sharon Stoton, Jeffrev Bowman, Ray Miles, Harold O ' Flaherty, Dennis Ruck, Davidson Watts, David Ulrich, Sue Samsel, Terry Sailer, Arleen Samson, Em Zeller, Mary Ellen Hammond, Jo Ann DeVito, Dorothy Ashley. Fifth Row: Betsy Low, Sally Pritchett, Margaret McKay, Marianne Hoosel, Jean Schlotzhauer, Raymond Shadid, Donald Wirak, James Redmond, Carroll Matthews, Ralph Sharp, John Aulboch, Paul Tea re, Phil Goodenough, Richard Penney, Harry Miller, Nell Bourget, Peggy Harder, Elaine Hyde, Pauline Ma, Inga Stellmacher, Milgrig Wilt. Back Row: Terry McCurry, Joline DeHart, Wil- liam Wheeler, Forrest Williams, Norman Simpson, Earl Hadlock, Thomas Clemens, Ferris Garrett, Sam McN ' ey, John Brown, James Carl, James Matheny, Paula Hartman, Carol Ann Taylor, Persis Granofsky, Ann Schreitz, Dianne Stiller. Chapel Choir Starting its tenth year of existence under the direction of Mr. Fague Springmann, the Chapel Choir ' s membership has grown to a hundred and fifty singing voices. In the past few years they have had the experience of performing with great masters when they sang the Berlioz " Requiem " under Charles Munch and the Boston Symphony, the Brahms ' " Requiem " with Pablo Casals at his festival in Puerto Rico, and Bach ' s " St. Matthew Passion " at Carnegie Hall. This year the choir sang in a Thanks- giving Festival at Lisner Auditorium and also gave a performance of the first part of Mendelsohn ' s " Elijah " for their traditional Thanksgiving concert in the chapel. With the accompaniment of the Baltimore Symphony, they sang the entire " Messiah " at their an- nual Christmas concert. 208 CHOIR DIRECTOR, Mr. Fague Springmami, with olticcrs; Jud Osgood, secretary; Harold O ' FlaliertN ' , vice president; Jolni Theis, president; Bette Glaze, librarian; Jo Ann Musumeci, historian; and Dr. Mary de X ' ermond, accompanist. Madrigal Singers The Madrigal Singers lia e had a ery active year. Among the many performanees given this tall were tonrs to Williamsburg, Norfolk, and arions collcgi ' s in irginia. In Williamsburg the) ' sang for (he Profes- sional Panhellenie Biennial meeting. They also sang for the Maryland State Teachers Association and for the state meeting of the Maryland State Music Teachers Association. The Madrigal Singers ha e made dozens of tele isi()n appearances in Baltimore as WBAL Carrolers, ha ing prime viewing time during the Christmas season and also on RC-T ' in Washington for a half hour per- formance of " The St()r of Christmas. " Among the highlights of the winter season were the performances for the Secretary of State and Mrs. Rusk in honor of the Chiefs of Diplomatic Missions and their wives. MADRIGAL SINGERS-. Sf aft-d; Tom Pierce, Pat Lotze. Standing: Lin Maxwell, Ferris Garrett, Sally Robb. University Orchestra Composed of fift ' -ti e members, the Uni- versity Orchestra is a combination Univer- sity and Civic organization. Their repertoire includes standard orchestral pieces and sig- nificant modern works. The group gives sev- eral concerts each year which are always well attended and met with enthusiastic THE CLARINET SECTION tunes up at one of the University Oreliestra ' s uiy;lit practices. approxal. This year tlieir featmed soloists have been Michael Serber, noted violoinist and John Abromowitz, thirteen year old gifted cellist. MR. JOEL BERMAN directs the Orchestra. 209 - KS y ¥ ® ' t t f r f f ' Av « K», « (», • f f f f MEN ' S GLEE ClAJB-Front Row: William Kelly, Peter Lawson, librarian; Thomas Gary, Robert Crause, Ernest Spencer, treasurer; Juris Calitis, vice pres.; John Holdway, Orns Walker, Erich Wolf, Fred Cra- ven, Stepher Dirk. Back Row: Glen Peacock, David Smith, Stewart Darrow, Richard Plantholt, Ray Har- rison, Steve Glarkson, Robert Hull, Joe Eldridge, Jon Heckendorf, James Plantholt, secy.; John Hamerski. Men ' s Glee Club The Men ' s Glee Club is composed of stu- dents fiom most of the colleges on campus. The purpose of the club is to provide the university with a quality men ' s choral gioup and to give enjoyment both to those who ap- preciate music and to those who like to sing. The Glee Glub performs a wide variety of music ranging from Bach to Bartok to college fight songs. In addition to doing choral works for men only, the Glee Club occasionally joins with the Women ' s Chorus to present a program of mixed choral music. This year the Men ' s Glee Club began its musical activity in the fall by participating in the Honors Convocation. In December, a Christmas concert was given in the Pan American Union Building, which was broad- cast nationally and throughout Latin Amer- ica, and a performance was also given at the AWS Christmas pageant. Throughout the year they perform at local concerts and ban- quets. Last spring, the Glee Club toured Fred- erick County giving concerts at the high schools. Each year the Glee Club tours a different county as part of its program to acquaint Maryland high school students with the type of music performed at the university. The year was climaxed with the Men ' s Glee Club ' s College Night, featuring a program of traditional men ' s glee club music. UNDER THE DIRECTION of Mr. Paul Traver, members of the glee club present one of their annual concerts. Women ' s Chorus The VVonien ' s Chorus, under the diree- tion of Mr. Paul Traver, has earned a repu- tation for outstanding work in the choral field through numerous concert engage- ments, banquet performances, and state-wide tours. The chorus is made up of women horn all departments of the University. At Christmas time, the gioup combined with the Men ' s Glee Club to perform at the traditional AWS Christmas Pageant in the chapel. Another highlight of the holiday sea- son was the concert at the Pan American Union in Washington, D.C., which was re- broadcast throughout South America through the facilities of the Voice of America. The chorus initiated its spring season by presenting, with the Men ' s Glee Club, Faure ' s " Requiem " in the University Chapel. A tour to various high schools in Maryland and performances for local or- ganizations in the area were among their accomplishments. The Women ' s Chorus is also a traditional part of the annual May Day festivities. WITH THE flags of all nations as their background, the Women ' s Chorus performs at the Pan American Union Building. WOMEN ' S CHORUS- Fronf Row: Janet Hilder, Mar ' Pat Magnetti, Pat Wheatley, Mary Daniel, Bar- liara Da is, Carol Magee, Arlene Bron, Cwen Haines, Mari! ii (ihrist, Karen Decker, Kalene Tant. Back Row: Sonja Persson, Carmetta O ' Brien, Karen Dorn, Mary Davis, Carole Mancha, X ' icki Weinberg, Sharon Broee, Dagnija Calitis, Beck - Hays, Sarah Cray. 211 BANDMAIN, HARRY UTZ, gives the tuba version of " Maryland, My Maryland. " The Maryland rain or shine Marching Band continued to uphold its reputation of never having lost a halftinie show with five performances in the 1961 season. The one hundred and eight member unit stepped through shows commemorating the Civil War Centennial, gieat motion picture music, Maryland ' s " Past, Present and Future, " a salute to cities, and was host to their an- nual Band Day concert. Practice for the ' 61 season began on Sep- tember 10 under the direction of Henry Romersa, the Marching Terps ' new director. Mr. Romersa was formerly the directof of the Cornell University Band. For two solid weeks, the band went through extensive drills and rehearsals preparing for the sea- son ' s shows. Competition was keener than ever this year as the Terp band played host to the Syracuse, North Carolina, Penn State and Wake Forest units. The overall University Band program be- gan only six years ago under Hugh Hender- son, current director of Bands. Each year the Maryland band has made great strides toward becoming one of the nation ' s most outstanding groups. This year ' s concert sea- son was the best in the band ' s short history, with a fine fifty-three piece Wind Ensemble and a one hundred and twenty-nine piece Concert Band. Maryland ' s Marching Band As a part of its Civil War theme, the Band displays a train formation. ■L .- ♦ ' ■ ».. ii. _ _ .M " .-.issr; . a? » • si ' v4 . .1 i i ' k Mm •vr- ' : ; . -y " i li 1 fj Xi . .ill Jl ' T •▼ iMi ' 41 4; • je « !iir ' f 3sa: - fay I si : THE MARYLAND " BIG RED " forms a world oW ' lor lioinecoining fans. MARYLAND MAJORETTES pause with a smile before their halftime per- formance. The majorettes are Teddie Lou Kelly, Jo Finn, Jean Weaver, head ma- jorette; Linda Felter, and Carolyn Brown. WITH BANNERS FLYING, tile Color Cuard marches proudly across the field. They are Carolyn Harris, Penny Martin, Andi White, Sue Neary, Ann Halliday and Margie McClellan. 214 Organizations 215 ACCOUNTING CLUB- Fronf Row: Thomas Dale Lowe, Philip DeCamara, Professor Charles Edelson, Richard M. Taylor, Norman Goldstein, Stephen Jar- vis. Last Row: Stanley Junker, Larry Simmons, Cecil V. Hornbaker, Michael Dunn, Edward N. Tucker, Wendell Wiener, William H. Ward. Accounting Club Ag. Council The purpose is to generate interest in the accounting profession and to become en- Hghtened in business affairs by guest speak- ers. Speakers so far this semester have been Charles Hoffman, partner of Ernest Ernest, and Mr. Joseph Turner, partner of Alex. Brown Sons. The Agricultural Student Council, an organized group of the College of Agiicul- ture, is the main link between the various clubs and organizations of the College. The members, elected from the individual agri- culture clubs, act as general coordinator of these clubs. The council sponsors Ag Week- end and the Ag Convocations. AG. COUNCIL- Fronf Row: John Earl Hutchison, Margin Stout, Dawes Garrett, Woodrow Adkins, Jason Pecknian. Last Row: Herman Wessel, Dr. R. C. Wiley, advisor; Edward L. Shafferman, Raymond Diebold, vice president; Jack King, Dave Sobers. AGRONOMY CLVB- Front Row: Ronald Hnmdou, Hoiiald Sfher, Carroll Stottk ' myer, Jason Peckhani, prisident. Last Row: Donald Cober, secretary; Ray- inoiid J. l)icl)()ld, Daniel F. (lliainpioii, Da f Sohrrs, Terr Rinj ler, Dr. (. ' onrad B. KresKe, advisor. Agronomy Club The object of tlie Agioiiomy Club is to provide for the association and exchange of ideas and information for the benefit of stu- dents who ha e connuon interest in crops and soils. It also brings about a closer rela- tionship between the students and other in- di iduals pursuing some phase of these two fields as a profession. Aiee-Ire The Joint Student Branch of The Ameri- can Institute of Electrical Engineers and In- stitute of Radio Engineers is one of the larg- est of the professional groups on campus and is dedicated to the theory and practice of electrical engineering and its allied arts and sciences. Emphasis is placed on the main- tenance of high technical and ethical stand- ards among its members. AiEE- RE- Front Row: John Cowne, H. W. Price, faculty advisor; T. F. Gatts, president; J. D. Ring, vice president; John W. Knight, treasurer; George L. Perseghin, Robert Metcalfe, secretary; Charles Schoeffield, William Smith, Harry Smith, Jr., David Gibson, William Adams. Last Row: . ttilio Mattera, Joseph Rose, Allen Rehert, Ronald Ci ' ccarell, Uo v;ird Malaii, RaNuiond Wood, Cliarles Oook, Da id Fand, Robert C:laffy, Harold L. Staton, Paul Janniche, Paul Wyman, David Printz. 217 AMATEUR RADIO CLUB- Howard J. Malan, Fletcher P. Veitch, vice president; Guy D. Smith, president; Robert Knibb, secretary; James A. Madison, treasurer; Robert B. Bishop, Jr. Amateur Radio Association The University of Maryland Amateur Radio Ass ' n provides radio facilities for the amateurs and other interested students on campus. The club holds regular Thursday meetings and provides technical programs on various phases of electronics. The Club also operates an amateur station, W3Ga. , and sponsors an annual field day. American Institute Of Chemical Engineers The American Institute of Chemical En- gineers offers the Chemical Engineering stu- dents an opportunity to broaden their knowl- edge of the Chemical Engineering field. During the past school year the A.I.Ch.E. arranged several plant trips to local chemical plants. The student chapter of A.I.Ch.E. was also host to a three day Eastern Coach Con- clave. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING CLVB-Front Row: Yuwah Chan, Bert Hoffman, Da id Dehatto, Joseph T. Mendelson, secretary; Patrick Alexander, presi- dent; Donovan Carbaugh, vice president; Donald B. Trust, William Thomas. Last Row: Edward J. Oles, Daniel P. Boyd, Douglas W. McKay, James Beck, George Dick, John W. Theis, Jr., Wayne C. Hender- son, Robert Carr. f f 1 1 1 1 ALPHA PHI OMEGA- Front Row: Bryan A. Hill, Joini (;. Harrison, (Jforgt. ' W ' ooUey, vice president; Robert iN. Nortlnvood, John R. Campbell, corr. secre- tary; Lawrence A. Taylor, sgt.-at-arms; Donald L. Flynn, rec. secretary; Ricbard Schmadeljcck, afunini secretary. Last Row: Louis S. Leland, Ronald E. Taylor, Joel L Hoffman, Paul J. Cinquefjrana, David B. Paris, treasurer; Robert C. Warner, historian. Alpha Phi Omega Alpha Plii Omega, the National Service Fraternity, achieves fellowship through service to the campus, the community, the fraternity, and the nation. Alpha Phi Omega is known on campus for the UMOC Contest, the bookstore, and other service projects that it sponsors. The fraternity numbers among its honoraries President John F. Ken- nedy, J. Edgar Hoover, Dr. Wilson H. Elkins, Dean Eppley, and William Huff. American Society Of Mechanical Engineers Through this group, mechanical en- gineers have the opportunit - to stimulate their technical competence. This organiza- tion sponsors prominent speakers, films, and field trips. The club also enjoys open forums and group discussions as well as man ' aried social activities. The gioup is a branch of the National Society of Me- chanical Engineers. MECHANICAL ENGIINEERS-Fronf Row: Russ WerTH ' tli, Donald Allen, Jack Holcomi), James Ronald Ste ens, Frank R. Clifton, Joseph J. Madej. Second Row: Roland E. Yost, Richard B. Laurence, Charles E. Hughes, president; Kenneth Nichols, treasurer; James F. Hoag, Jr., secretary; Prof Redfield .-Mien, adviser; Cene Sokol, David W. Coder. Last Row: Dan W ' eller, Oscar Ra ' ass, AUin Leen Day, George Burkhardt, Edgar Burr, Brenton Schofield, Albert Thompson. f J J. 1.4? » AQUALINERS -Frofif Row: Brian Schwartz, Mary Lou Kerslake, Faith Shields, Podie Bedell, treas- urer; Leslie Brass, secretary; Jeanette Clark, Ro- berta Funk, Valerie Eve Barkley, Donna Rice, Gayle Kullowney, Marion Morgan, Bob Oring. Last Row: Ann Murray, Jean Swanson, Pat Deck, Nancy James, Lynn Hodgson, Karyn Keller, Judy Ekin, president; Elizabeth Pells, vice president; Nancy Clifton, historian; Judith Johnson, Barbara Shaw, Melonee Pullen, Joyce Fletclier, Pat Walter, Betsy Bowman. Aqualiners Strong swimmers that have learned new skills quickly are found in Maryland ' s co-ed synchronized swinmiing group. Last year was mainly one of organization of the club and a new tryout system. Demonstrations were given for nearby high schools, com- munity pools, and for the University campus in the spring and fall. This year will be cli- maxed by ihe water show in April. The num- bers are choreogiaphed and the scenery and costumes are designed and made by the club members. The main aim is the achieve- ment of new skills and giace in synchronized swimming. 220 The Art League The Art League, Maryland ' s newest clul), has been deep in many and varied aeti ' ities sinee its birth in Oetober. The League ' s purpose of extending the under- standing and appreciation of the visual arts has been met thus far by such experiences as a demonstration in unusual methods and techniques in painting, films, lectures in the Washington area galleries, and sharing information through a bi-monthly bulletin. Activities planned for the future promise equal variety and excitement. ART LEAGUE — Front Row: Joan W ' illen, secretary; Sue Inglesby, treasurer; James J. Dillinger, presi- dent; Roberta Hastings, Lina Grant, Dorothy Robin- son. Last Row: Linda Tatuin, Teri Trannnell, Jack Harrison, Rodger Nelson, Ida W ' illen, . l)b Dorn. 221 BLOCK and BRIDLE CLUB -Front Row: John Earl Hutchison, vice president; John NoUm, Jim Hannawald, Margin Stout, president. Second Row: Ruth Santz, Lynn Hodgson, Carolyn Eckhardt, Mar- garet Nicholson, secretary. Last Row: Al Daumont, Herbert Jarrell, Ed Schafferman, Ron Harrington, Roger Hemken, advisor. The Block and Bridle Club The Block and Bridle Club is composed of students who are interested in some phase of animal science. The objectives of the club are to promote a higher scholastic standard among students of animal and dairy hus- bandry and to bring about closer relation- ships among those choosing some phase of animal or dairy husbandry as a profession. Some of the activities of the club are square dances, barbecues, student judging contests, fitting and showing contests, and picnics. 222 Bridge Club The Universitx ' Bridgf Cluh was or- ganized last Near aiul since dien has gi ' own to be one of the most snecessful organiza- tion on campus. This is because of their nienil)ersliip in the American Contract liridge League. A cluli tournament is to be field in the spring to determine a champion to participate in the Inter-Collegiate Bridge Tournament. Last year a team of terps took second place nationally. This year several new wrinkles will be added. They are spon- soring an All Maryland Bridge Tournament in which 21 colleges have agreed to partici- pate. Included among these are Navy, Hop- kins, and George Washington. BRIDGE CLIJB-Fnmt Row: jocfiyn W ' eser, Carol loiKs, .Sue Cumin, Sue Myers, Diane Aiken, Sandy Ziininernian. Last Row: Frank Chang, treasurer; i Henr Hkin, . ix in Sachs, president; Hox Eisenln-rg, vice president; Carh)tta .Miller, Steve C:larks()n| Mike Lowenstein, Scott Lawrence. rr, 1 f DEBATE SOCIETY -Fronf Row: Robert Rubin, Douglas Taylor, vice president; Wendell Wiener, president; Joanne Ross, secretary; Paul Beatty, treas- urer; Doris Finkelstein. Last Row: Leonard Goldstein, Dove Darden, Nancy Littman, Richard Walsh. Calvert Debate Society Although some say that women do all of the talking, the Calvert Debate Society proves that men have something to say also. Under the direction of Mr. Millon Cope- land, club members practice and learn de- bating techniques and hold debates and forums on controversial issues of current interest. The club, which consists of about twenty members, meets weekly to plan travels to other colleges and to discuss important points of interest in the national debate topic. The art of argumentation is very import- ant to these students who believe that the best possible solution to a problem can be achieved through extensive research and discussion. Besides participating in intercollegiate debates on a national level, the Calvert De- bate Society annually sponsors the Capitol Hill Tournament, one of the largest and most prominent national debates in the East. CHESS CLUB: l- ' rank Zorick, Tlioinas HoKiiiski, trt-asuii ' i; Jolm (. ' .. Marxiii, pifsidfiit; Xoiiiian llandlii, st-cre- tar ' ; Allen Glushakow, vice president. Chess Club Chinese Club Maryland has one of the l)est college chess clubs on the Atlantic Coast. It re- cently won the Southern Intercollegiate Chess Championship for the second con- secuti e year. Tlie team participates in the rated section ol the District of C ()luml)ia League and holds matches with otlicr col- leges. Also, tournaments an- licld farl to determine the ciiam pion chess phnerolthe l ' ni ersit ' . Patience and sportsmanship are irtures de eloped as the team members gain experience. Kager to increase its member- ship, the (]]k ' ss (MuI) opens its doors to all stutlcMits rc-gardless ot their experience. Primarily a social group, the Chinese Club purports to vmite the Chinese students at the University of Maryland in fellowship and to foster relations with other students. Among its activities are picnics, dances, bowling parties, and card parties. The club welcomes interested facult ' mc-mbers to their meetings and social lunctions. (Gaining aluable knowledge and experience in Amer- ican customs, the h)reign members are able to li e a fulfilling college liie at thi ' Uni- ersit ' . Each xcar the Chinese (Mul)s in- crease in menibei ship is (hie to its ciitlinsi- asm and abU ' leadership. CHINESE CLUB- Front Row: Jackson Yanji, Clordon Vu, Chi-Sing Liao, Hoe lieng Fong, Da id Fang, Betty Honi, president; Leni F. Woo, Michael C. C. Ling, Vu Wall Chan, Chi I Liao. Last Row: Mainiie Y. Chung, Freda Lee, Pauline Ma, Chi-Wing Liao, Frances l. Wann, Rosalind Huang, Sue Pai, Huynh Thi Kieii-Dung. Js JL CIVIL WAR CLVB- Front Row: Roger A. Zook, David J. Lerner, vice pres. Second Row: Tony Tho- mas, treas.; Roger Bethke, pres.; Patricia A. Van Sant, sec , P.ltiicia Ann (iihson, pub ; l-iahi Mandclsdii, Jim McDonnell. Last Row: Pliilip Katclier, Larry Babits, Richard Sherrill. Civil War Club The Yankee.s and Rebels are " at it " for their .second year in our own Civil War Club. Their agenda calls for visits to national monuments, civil war battlefields, and mu- seums. Also, they schedule many prominent speakers firom this area throughout the year. The club ' s aim is to promote and maintain an interest in the American Civil War. COLLE(;iATE 4-H-Fr() i Row: Gloria Kiiij , H()l)eit Sinari a, iff pri ' siclcnt; Jolin Earl Hutchison, HohtMt Lee Grouse, Robert Adkins, Byran Moore, Halpli Buckel, Mary Thereas Bottner. Last Row: Lou Llleii Allison, C onnic Mills, Juditli Huckfl, pres- ident; ' ra Mac Krnst, Nola Benedict, Nancy Wind- ham, SalK Milli ' r, Jean Kin , Judy Rohrer, Sarah Kinf , Jac iueline He iier, Donna Buckey, Mary I ' llhn Grove. Collegiate 4-H The cluh is made up of interested 4-H members on campus. One of the purposes is to act as a service chib for state 4-H activi- ties. The chih has also served in leadersliip capacity for groups attending programs at the National 4-H Center. Besides participat- ing in agiicultural college events, the cluh provides educational and social opportuni- ties at monthly meetings. Dairy Science Club The purpose of the Dair Science CAuh is to inform collegiate members of current developments and special opportunities in the field oi dairy production and related areas. The group also gives recognition to the most active and outstanding members of the Cattle and Products Judging Teams. Ac- tivities include picnics and parties. DAIRY SCIENCE CLVB- Front Row: Richard Doujiliter ' , Ciordon Baile -, Dawes Garrett, George ■Adkins. Last Row: Boh .Sniarij;a, secretary; Herb Streaker, treasurer; Raymond Diebold, president; Ken Holland, vice president; Jack King. GYMKANA- Fronf Row: Mareie Farris, Betty Boo- rom, Phyllis Cooper, Carolyn Brown, Shirley Lee, Jean Nichols, Julie Schmidt, Bridget Foreshew. Sec- ond Row: Jerry Schrewsberry, John Freeman, Jack Tischinger, Jim Burns, Roy Schaffer, Mark Wilson, Jack Merrill, Chris Patterson, Dave Fang. Last Row: Bill Mathis, Don Bells, Ed Wendt, Gary Klein, Don Dean, Phil Reed, Ken Le ilichm Bill Riley, Marshall Klein, Dave Pittman, Bob Roebuck, Dob Dryden, Wayne Cannon, George Kramer, coach. Gymkana The University of Maryland Gymkana Troupe — The " Ambassadors of Good Will " — have been entertaining audiences through- out the United States and overseas during the past fifteen years with feats of tumbling, balancing and apparatus work which are a delight to both young and old. Under the direction ol their coach and director, George F. Kramer, the group offers a unique op- portunity for physical, academic, and social development for the individual interested in gynmastics. Each spring, the troupe puts on a show on two successixe nights lor the students and faculty. By varying their theme from year to year, the gymnasts are able to otter iresh and italizing entertainment. The Ciymkana Iroupc also entertains at sporting excnts in addition to gi iug ninner- ous shows in the area. Tlie signilieanee of the troupe is their iniiciueness. Incorporating both talent and enthusiasm, they are much in (lemaiid in tlu- Kast. 228 Free State The Free State Party, composed of resi- dent halls, Greek organizations, and inde- pendent daydogers is the largest and most powerfnl political party on campus. Many offices were lield i) Free State members this ear including the president of SGA, junior Class, vSophomore Class, and Fresh- man (Hass and the majorit ' of the legisla- tors. Their motto is " F.S.P. — For Steady Progiess. " The time olNcar tliat tlu ' Fr. ' c State Part ' makes its presence known is in the spring, well organi .ccl, its memhers work many hours deciding on a platform, sclcctinu its candidates, and campaigning. The posters, in tlu ' traditional Free State red and hitc, can l)e seen at all points on campus in March. The primary objective of the party is to sup- ply the ablest student leadership supporting a democratic platform in accordance with their motto. FREE STATE — Fronf Row: Steny H. Hover, Bettie McGarvie, Nard Hclinaii, president. Last Rate: Monte R. Edwards, iee president; Walter F. .McKeiizie, treasurer. 41 FUTURE FARMERS-Fronf Row: Jack King, Charles lager, G. Woodrow Adkins, president; James Lloyd, Frank Downey. Last Row: Dawes Garrett, Lee Douney, David Miller, Ronald Wessel, Wayne B. Hamilton, Jr. Future Farmers Future Farnier.s of America i.s composed of interested students. Its main purpose is the development of leadership and furnish- ing of future advisors to hij h school FFA. Picnics and parties enjoyed by the group. The spring baiKjuet honors the club ' s most outstanding meml)er. - ! GAMMA SIGMA SIGMA- FroH Row. Judith Augus- tiiii ' , F, (• Hcxroad, Haihaia Saiialitro, ' .p.; Lois Gos- lU ' ll, pifs.; Kay Lill ' , (.arolf Rodes, treas.; Sandy Mc- Kt ' iizit " . Last Row: Nola Benedict, Dorothy Lund, Gamma Sigma Sigma The Manlaiid chapter of Gamma Sigma Sigma, the coed xersion of APO, was or- ganized last year. The basic mission of the service sorority is to he of assistance to the ari()us organizations on campus in carrying out their cultural and charitable activities. Some of the services include coat-check and coke concessions at several of the dances, ushering at campus activities, and helping to support a foreign orphanage. Its purpose is to scr e the school, community, and countrx . HOME EC CLVB- Front Row: Mary Bottner, Hoas Nh) le , Sarali KhiK, Truch Jen, Sue Gant, secretary; .Meg Dippold, .Anieha Morsell. Last Row: Linda Ta- tuni, Barl)ara Zoda, Leali Haniann, Kde ( rannnatte, Janice Gliiville, Jeainie Downs, Diana Srnka, sec; Paula Schonberg, Barbara Meyer, Ruth Zugler, Emily Wagner. Home Ec Club This is a group interested in professional careers in home economics and in home- making. Members plan progiams that de- velop professional attitudes and abilities, skills, and increase. In the past ear, they have been able to contribute main ' hours of service to the communit ' . This has widened the social experience and gi en members a role in creating understanding among all people. Claudia Brush, president; Nancy Boyer, treasurer; ' era Mae Ernst, Joainie Moser, ice president; Elaine Bicliell. HOME EC STUDENT-FACULTY -Fronf Row: Rosa Moxley, Sue Gant, chairman; Eleanor Keene, Sue Van- Order. Last Row: Paula Sutton, faculty; Claudia Brush, Lynn Koehneke. Home Ec. Inst, of Aero- Student -Faculty Space Science The club ' s aim is the promotion of a new concept of student-faculty relations. Aware- ness of faculty members as individuals has spread to their college and it is hoped that other colleges will follow their lead. Purposes of this gioup are advancement of the aero space arts and sciences, the en- couraging of professional consciousness and fellowship, and the broadening of profes- sional relationships among members. INST. OF AERO-SPACE SCIENCE -Fronf Row: Paul Lovrcncic, X ' incent Neradka, Charles Bucking- ham, Richard Skeha, George NL Levin, chairman; Gerald Corning, advisor; Rohert J. Neal, vice chair- irian; Robert E. Ryerson, secretary; Robert A. Bean, treasurer; Jerry T. Callaglian. Last Row: Donald Rig- gin, John R. McDonougii, |ohn R. McCahan, Peter R. Ostrowski, Paul P. Ostrowski, Daxid B. McCul- lough, Dennis A. Sowers. • f t INTER AT10NAL CLVB- Front Row: Roberto D. Rodriguez, Yves Alloucherie, Mary Holmes, Fleur- ette Ezzo, sec; Irene Stellniacher, pres.; Barbara Potzner, vice pres.; Barbara Lawrence, Erol Akin, Ken- neth T. Shuey. Secoiid Row: Max Sampson, Da ' id Fang, Hassan ' aezi, jan Haat, Ce cli ' t Melezojilu, Yeiicliai Ijaoluuaiiich, Hniui Kim, Kislnn Moorjani, Sadegli Siahatgar, Maurice Katoi ' ii. Last Row: Sallie Contreras, L nn W ' ciricli, Carole Pliillips, Hi ' lena Pf ' effer, Huynh Tlii Kieu-Dung, Hugiiette R. Segel- baum, Cathy Ryan, Christcl Bottcher, Cloria Roll, Angela Bickel, Sil ia Ferrari, Matildc Deigado, Maria T. N ' illaroinan. International Club For nuin eurs the International Club has proxided an ideal organization for unit- ing the American and Foreign students on campus by exchange of ideas and ideals among geogiaphically separated nationali- ties. The annual International Fiesta is the function which highlights the club ' s calen- dar. Among other acti ities are dances, pic- nics, hikes and cultinal exenings. All members of the University community are cordialK ' inxited to isit and join the International Club and to attend the many parties and meetings throughout the year. The Fiesta is open to an - student interested in attending and seeing nati e costumes and dances from Western, Middle Eastern, East- ern, and Southern countries throughout tlie world. The club provides students enrolled in loreign languages cliances to practice speaking with nati es. ' 233 tl W Wv MARKETING ASSOCIATION -Frortf fioit;; Harmon B. Miller, Cal Gray, president; Prof. J. Allan Cook, Phil Johnson, vice president; Boh Smith, treasurer; Barry Gotthelf, Ernest Richards, Jean O ' Connell. Last Row: Jolni Haas, Charles Lott, Mike Dorsey, Mike Sherman, Sander Coven, Frank Keefe, William H. Cooper, Jr., Jay Dittmar, Robert D. Newman Marketing Association The Marketing Association is composed of the students interested in the many phases of the marketing field. Sponsoring outstand- ing speakers at various meetings along with combined social gatherings are but a few of the association ' s activities. Locating job op- portunities for its members and consulting with businessmen who are prominent in the field are also included in the group ' s program. These activities help members to gain an insight to the numerous opportuni- ties which are available upon graduation. Modern Dance Club The members of the University of Mary- land Modern Dance Group consist of those students with advanced dance experience. They must maintain a high level of tech- nical and choreographic contributions. Per- formances of the past year include: Inter- national Congress of Physical Education Concert, Fine Arts Festival Concert at North Carolina State, Concerts given for Fort Meade, Duval High School, Galludet Col- lege, and University of Maryland; Concert given for the National Section on Dance, held in Atlantic City. MODERN DANCE -Fron Row: Madeline Litman, C ancK ' Slunnan, Hoe Beng Fong, Frank Stack, Bob Pasnak, Asghar E. Sobhani, Richard L. Hiltoe, Robert Raiding, Vicki V ' erbit, Margo Goggin. Last Row: Gail Gentile, Marge Blair, Jo Finn, Karen Lapides, Mars Sperschneider, Virginia Crocker, v. p.; Judy Krusi, Charlene Ellis, pub.; Renee Krellen, Diane Ba. ter, Dale Devey, sec; Judi Klein, Sheila Moroose, Pa- tricia Morton, pres.; Cecille Pelovitz. i r ' V INIIRSIING CLUB-FroM Roiv. Svw Eisfiilu-i , loAn.i De ito, Mary T. Hiddick, Sue Packard, CMoria Mc- Farland, secretar -; SIkudii Kt ' ttcUs, presidi ' iit; joEllen Kui)in. treasurer; Pt ' ;,u Edi ' Iiium, prouiaiii tliairiiiaii; (Jatliy Tlioiiiassoii, Fat (JotTiiiaii. Last Roiv. Katlilt-cii Walsh, Lorctta Oirisoii, Judith Hat- Kane, Dacy Case, Miss Hayes, Louise Stark, Dorotliy Kovler, Carol Okerluiid, Bonnie Hritt, Kari-ii Fataky. Nursing Club Tlu ' purpose of this oijianization is to encourage good tellowsliip among student nurses, create a sense of unity, cooperation, and understanding between students and faculty, and foster correct professional stan- dards. Planned acti ities include talks and films on related fields, tours, and a Christ- mas and Spring project. This ear the Christ- mas project was a party for the residents of Prince George ' s Rest Home. Old Line The oldest campus political organiza- tion, the Old Line Part ' , aims to proxide the student body with fair political gain through equal representation. Each year in campus elections, members are elected to responsible positions in student go ern- ment offices. Every spring " ' ote Old Line " becomes a Marylander ' s slogan! OLD LINE — Front Row. Leah Dawson, Cookie Kahn, vice president. Last Row: Casey Croghan, secretary; Reggie McNamara, Don Da is, president; Liz Hall, treasurer. 235 PHILOSOPHY CLUB: Rita Fisher, John Langenbach. Philosophy Club The purpose of the Philosophy Club is the promotion of interest in the problems of philosophy. The club members engage in discussions of these problems with particular emphasis on current thought. Throughout the year guest speakers are invited at which time the entire student body is extended an open invitation to attend. Physical Therapists Active for the first time on this campus the club includes in its membership all phys- ical therapy students. The prime objective is to instill an appreciation for the neces- sity of professional growth. During the past year the members made contact with profes- sional therapists in the local hospitals. The event of the year was the club ' s service pro- ject—giving a Christmas party for a group of handicapped children. PHYSICAL THERAPY CLUB- Front Row: Ailene Silver, Barrie Rowak, Virginia Glode, Sonja Pers- son, Sharie Pihk. Last Row: Edna White, vice pres.; Jane Rappaport, pres.; Sandy Quam, David Cron- hardt, Renetta Wagner, sec.; Janice Derby, Leslie Brass, Pat Walter. I 236 POLITICAL SCIENCE CLUB — Front Row: CJforgt ' S. Parish, vice president; NaiK ' Brown, president; Jane Hartley, secretar -treasurer; Barry Steinbacli. Last Row: James G. Welsh, Darrell Rudd, Luther Miller. Political Science Club Tlie Political Science ( ' luh, whose pur- pose is to fxirther the understaiuling of gov- erniiient and political science, meets to dis- cuss ciurent governmental problems which affect international, national, state, and local governmental policy. Panel discussions, forums, and guest speakers highlight the programs. A major activity of the club and major reason for its existence is the problem of creating more interest in the political facts of our nation and our states among Noung people. The Political Science Clui) is a non- partisan organization and during the ear has presented speakers from both major political parties and as many candidates for state wide office as possible. 237 PSYCHOLOGY CLUB: Lawrence Castine, pres.; Janice Montgomery, vice pres.; James Hays, sec; Leonard S. Adler, Sandra S. Moroose, Philip A. Laurd. Psychology Club The main function of the Psychology Club is to stimulate student interest in the science of behavior. Recently, such promi- nent psychologists as Dr. James Deese and Dr. Allen Ditman lectured the club on their research. Graduate student Mark Rilling dis- cussed ESP; and Norman Weissman spoke of his complex discrimination experiments with monkeys. The club also toured the Psy- chopharmacology Laboratory. Joint meetings with Psi Chi, the psycliology honorary, are held witli outstanding psychologists as guest speakers. Psychology Club members, along with Psi Chi members, toured the Washington Zoo with Dr. Wrplank; Dr. Verplank pointed out varions aspects of animal behavior. This trip ga f members a chance to observe the animals in an ahnost natural enxironment and to study tlieir behavior there. 238 Sailing Club TIk ' Sailinji ( " lul) is our of tlic most ac- tive organizations on tlie Maryland C anipus. Annual outings on tht- Severn and Chesa- peake are highlights of the progiani. Speak- ers are on hand for meetings as well as the presentation of films on Sailing Regattas which are too far away to attend. This group is also one oi the largest on till- campus and attracts members hom all walks 111 stiidciil lilc, 1 hose who arc more proliciciit and own their own craits instruct the novices and gi c them the opportunity to gain skill diongli practical experience. At the end ol the year, an award is presented to the memhcr who has shown the most im- prox cmcnt in the handling of a sailing x ' cssel. This vear ' s award went to |ohn Hohinson. SAILING CLUB -Fronf Row: GeorKe Hocker, Mor- row Cox, Mike Furnian, Jiuli BiiiuK , Car ' Dando, jolui Hol)iiisoii, trt ' a.surt ' r; John S. Fciiton, Phillip V. lohiison, Bol) Barry, hcv Kaiss, secrt ' tarx ' ; Paula C.oldlxMK, Donald Hicks, W illiani Schmidt, Boh Ki lit. Sccoud Row: Da i- liattcii, jaiift HiilT, Boh Scahold, Pc ' Kgx .Maclntxre, Dax c Lipinski, Michael Sherman, Tom Hood, Stcxe Mihiila, Edc Cramnuitte, Pc ' gx ' l rotluTton, Bol) ' oss vinki ' l, Nancx ' Tiltord, Richard Roe, Diane Abelman. Third Row: Daxe Mar- donx -, Darryl Warner, Diane Kessler, Tonx ' Kiernan, Windfall Gale, Jeff Exans, Ron Heck, UloLiRe, Jat- ciues Trappe, Noah Onidorff, Pennx- Waj aman, Bill Hanna, Barbara Zoda, John Riordan, Joan Raith. Last Row: Kent Kmnmeroxx ' , Garx- Lee Loomis, Tom McCormack, James Plummer, Bill Barfholomax , Ed Stevens, Charles Baldxvin. 239 PHI MU ALPHA SINFONI A -Fronf Row: Bruce Weber, Bruce Nale, Kenneth Dahlin, Harold Blevins, Ken Reck, West Coile. Last Row: Michael E. Board, Robert H. Heller, James P. Morrison, Philip E. Pfeiffer, F. Stoner Clark, Gary F. Smith. Sinfonia Phi Mu Alpha The Eta Psi chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, national professional music fra- ternity, now boasts its largest member- ship ever with 25 actives. To help satisfy the fraternity ' s purpose of promoting the growth of music in America, the fraternity sponsors recitals, musicals, and the annual Christmas Dance. The chapter meets weekly in their Music Annex headquarters and per- forms American music at a monthly musicale. Society of American Mihtary Engineers The Society of American Militiary En- gineers, a fairly new club, offers a varied pro- gram of activities to its members. Field trips, movies, and speakers are among the activities scheduled on the program of events. An award is also given to the member maintain- ing the highest scholastic average. Although the organization is only three years old, its members belong to many campus activi- ties. SOCIETY OF AMERICAN MILITARY ENGINEERS-J. D. Grove, H. F. McKenzie, W. B. Smith, vice pres. Alvin L. Day, sec; David N. Sapp, John R. McDonough. 240 SPORTS CAR CLUB-Fronf How: I ' lna Goldenbcrg, Turtle Herd, Carolyn Scarhrougli. Second Row: Bvron Marcus, Barr - Sauer, Ricli Lamb, Tom Bigelovv, Paul O ' Malley, Dudley Smith, Kay Daniels, Jack Zaner, Ray Fleming, Nick Toth. Last Row: Da id R. Mooif, Rnmr Stdkey, Joseph Siiriilxi . I nil Cohen, Dick Rile ' , Mike Knighton, Lee Kaiser, Da e Graff, John Barnes, Duane Parsons, Wayne C. Henderson, Joe Re nolds. Sports Car Club A rapiclK ' powin oup, the Sports Car C-lul), ottcMs iiK ' nibtTship to hotli women and men. A tairK new organization on eampns, the Sports (]ar Chil), was estahUshed in 1960. Its primar ' ohjeetixc is to ioster in- terest in foreign sports ears among the stu- dents. The club is composed of owners of sports cars and other interested students. For the past two sears tlie eluh as a group has attentled the races at Nhulhoro se eral times annually. Other acti ities include the car an to C ' umherland; most ot the members enjox ' watching, while some ol the more ad- enturous participated. The highlight ot the -ear for the club, as tor most sports car en- thusiasts, is the endurance races at Sebring, Florida. The club also holds gymkanas, rallies, and several dri er training schools throughout the year. 241 li lt i i lW i 1 i B iiiSitt»»«iii» ' ' i ii ii i ' i i tW - ■-■-■»-r;»;;a»fe!W ' ' L ' ' Tf. m;; ; ;;;;; ' ;; ;; ;;;.; v " .: mm».« ' ' -. . , ,. fn«fn. - -_ SKI CLUB -Front Row: Bradley B. Ronco, Joe Reynolds, Joan Angell, Barry W. Sauer, pres.; Rich Lamb. Second Row: Lynne Anspacher, Cam Schae- fer, Val O ' Connell, Patty Gleason, Lynn McClernon. Last Row: Geles Remy, Shellie Palmer, vice pres.; Barbara Jeskulski, Paul A. Gernard, program chair- jnan; Roswilha Snay, secretary; Bruce Zunser, treas- urer; Nancy W. Garnett. Ski Club Purposes of the club are to promote and propagate skiing and related sports, teach skiing to interested members, stimulate an interest in skiing among the students of the University, take ski trips, and promote inter- collegiate competition. Early in September, skiers prepare tor the season by watching movies, hearing talks, and studying demonstrations of techniques and equipment. When snow tails, members tra ' el to West Virginia and Pennsylvania for the real thing. Their main trip taken between semesters ends the skiing year. 242 Trail Club The purpose of tlu- Trail (]lul) is to pro- ick ' studfiits witli tlu ' oppoitiinitN to liirtlu ' r tlicMi " interest in hiking, camping, eaxinj:;, clinihin.u, and eNxIinu;. K -er ' fall and sprinjf the c ' lnl) plans lonu; trii)s to nearl) state and national parks. Heeent trips have included excursions to Skyline Drixf, (Jreat Falls, and Patapsco State Park. On these trips the mem- bers pursue their indi idual interests in such a arie( of aeti ities as hiking, camp- ing, ea in,u, climhing, and cyclinu. In the neai lutinc, the club hopes to be able to travel e en farther fiom the campus in order to ,u;i f the membeis a chance to expand their liori .ons. TRAIL CLUB — Front Row: S;ukI - Ziiniiienium, Amie Braithwaitf, secretary; Elaine Willieit, Barljara Lau.s- ter, Aiinelise ' an Royen. Second Row: Tom Pearce, lim Fox, vice pre.sident; Sue Younj , treasurer; Nancy Ringj;olci, Scott l.awrence. Last Row: l iclianl Jaclvow- ski, Dennis Pliillips, Larry Sturj;ill, Hill Ta lor, Walter Winant, James Hays, president; James Stac -, George Bigelow, Paul A. Gerhard, Marlin liickey. 243 UMTED INATIOINS CLUB -Front Row: Arthur R. Bewley, Max H. Sampson, Rita Diamond, Jackie Car- rick, president; George Yaney, advisor; Peter Berm- ingham. Back Row: Wade E. Dunn, Alessia Passal- aequa, Sue Stevenson, secretary; Max Lum, vice presi- dent. UN Club Purpose of the club is to learn about the United Nations and then to educate the pub- lic about the U.N. ' s objectives and activi- ties. In accordance with these ideas it co- sponsors a library display and flag raising ceremony during U.N. Week, and supports UNESCO projects. The United Nations Chil) is new, this being its second year on Mary- land ' s campus. Under the leadership of Pro- fessor George Yaney, the clul) hopes to build its membership and further develop its activities in the coming years. Their activities include speakers, discussions, films, embassy visits, and coordination with other United Nation Clubs in the Washington Area. This year ' s project for UNESCO is a book drive. The books are being collected from various dorms, sororities, and fraternities. These books will be sent to needy students in schools in Asia. 244 YOUNG DEMOCRATS- Fronf Row: Donald C. Mills, Da icl Kessel, ice president; Lee Miller, president; Ann Smith, sfcretary; Stephen Brandy treasurer; Joseph Colonna, Allen S. Cilusliakow. Back Row: John Ignatowski, Jeffrey Dunn, Dale Madison, Gary Weingroff, Bruse Winter. Young Democrats Young Republicans The purpose is to promote on campus the programs and philosophy of the Democratic Party. They have had such speakers as David Hume, Senator Yarbrough of Texas, Con- gressman Kastenmeier of Wisconsin, and Congressman Langford. One highHght of the year is the annual party on Election Night. YOUNG REPUBLICAN CLUB -Front Row: Mor- row Cox, Dee Schenmi, Carol Shearer, Lana Grue, Gloria Smith, Nancy B. Littman, Carol Lee Schulz, Joanne Ros.s. Back Row: Esaias Walker, John Warhol, The Young Republican Club spent this year planning for the state-wide election coming up this November. Members have aided the local party organizations, worked in congressmen ' s offices, attended Republi- can conventions, shown films on campus, and brought speakers to the student body. Future plans include a trip to Annapolis. Bart Havriliak, Lyle S. McGuigan, Michael A. Kiniack, Robert C. Birely, Smitt W. Allnutt, David H. Mook, Richard Smith. 1 I tfjiyf. 245 246 Athletics 247 Athletics Associate Editor Frank Edgerton Fall Sports Chuck Newman Winter Sports Joan Raith Spring Sports Ken Lawrence Intramurals Anne Smith i i Illustration By James Forbes Fall Sports 1961 TER Front Row: Ken Psira, Roger Shoals, Gary Collins, Dick Novak, Dennis Condie, Bill Kirchiro, Jim Davidson, Dick Barlund, Pat Drass, Tom Sankovich, Hank Poniatowski, Bob Hacker, Jack Reilly, DonVan- Reenan, John Heister. Second Row: Bruce Coultas, Dennis O ' Neil, Walter Rock, Ned Chappell, Bob Burton, Dave Nardo, Gene Feher, Joe Hrezo, Gary Jankowski, Don Trust, Norman Hatfield, Tom Rae, Dave Crossan. Third Row: Joe Hicks, Ron Mace, Dick Corbin, Tom Fantaski, Tom Brown, John Boinis, Kenny Smith, Dick Shiner, George Morris, Harry Butsko, Murnis Banner, Dan Piper, Ernie Arizzi, Charles Martin. Fourth Row: Herb Minetree, Bill 250 lAPINS Pettit, Cliff Melton, Howard Doyle, Ed Gilmore, Ron Adams, Joe Frattaroli, Jess McClain, Jim Cimminello, Ed Rog, Don White, Jack Cleminson, Steve Glaser, Leonard Chiaverini. Fifth Row: Joe Ferrante, John Sikora, John Hannigan, Mike Lapriola, Jim Girardi, Al Roberts, Ron Alexander, Dick Sukeena, Chester Detko. Sixth Row: Assistant Coaches; Lee Corse, Bernie Reid, Alt Satterfield, Carroll Huntress, Bill Dovell; Head Coach, Tom Nugent; Assistant Coaches Frank Toomey, Roland Arrigoni; Assistant Trainer, Bill Fry; Student Trainer, Kenny Mettler; Student Managers-, Gus Fiakis, Al Hassan; Head Trainer, Duke Wyre. 251 if;: , ' DICK SHINER IS al.out l(. v Inuu ld (low 11 1) a host ol SML ' taekk is. Maryland 14-SMU 8 Maryland opened the 1961 season with MARYLAND SMU a 14-6 win over SMU in the Cotton Bowl n first downs 9 before 17,000 spectators. It was the Terps If S : :;;::;::; ' " ::::::: ::::::::::;. t? first win over a Texas team since the un- 6 passes completed 6 defeated 1955 season when Maryland 279 U l Tds ' ' gaFne ' . ' . ' . ' ' . ' . ' . downed Baylor. 1 passes intercepted by 1 Both Terp scores came in the first half .32.1 puntVverage. .... ,... ............. 44.1 on a five yard run by Novak and a pass to ' - penalties yards lost 7 35 co-captain Jim Davidson. The Mustangs rallied in the second half, but could manage only one tally. AFFORDED A BEAUTIFUL BLOCK, Cnudiv swi-rps md ,.n liis wa ' to a Inn aain. imi JOHN HANNI(;AN ((S7) (lid tin- work, l)iit the scorcljoani in the upper riulit corner tells the stoiA. Maryland 24 — Clemson 21 MARYLAND CLEMSON John Hannigan kicked a field goal with iH first downs 16 Only 10 seconds remaining on the clock to li firsldowm ' S- ' . ' . ••..■ ' . ' beat Clemson 24-21. Over 28,000 fans in 122 total yards rushing 195 Death ' alley saw the boot which gave the 23 yards lost rushing 23 ™ j.1 • i-l, • J i_ ■ U». • i-U 99 net yards rushing 172 I crps their third Straight Win over the 26 passes attempted 19 Titiers 19 passes completed 9 228 net yards passing 148 jQE HREZO (30) reeo eis CaiN Biirnc- ' s rimii)le in 327 total yards gained , 320 tlu ' end zone. 1 passes intercepted by 6 punts 4 36.8 punt average 36.2 " " f 3 tunil.Ies lost 4 2 20 penalties yards lost 3 25 , II. . K PONIATOWSKI (MS) tries to ent the eorner 4t W ,ilt ' i ' takinii a pass Ironi Dick o ak ( 1 1). T w [ 253 GARY COLLINS (82) sjiills Dick Easterly ( 17) ot Syracuse as Dick o ak rolls aroiuul ri.ulit end lor 19 ar(l Maryland 21- Syracuse 20 Football fever hit the College Park cam- pus after wins over SMU and Clemson. There was something in the air that Saturday afternoon, October 7. A capacity crowd of 35,000 saw the tre- mendous Ernie Davis run for 111 yards. But it was Gary Collins who stole the show, catching a touchdown pass and the winning two-point conversion, along with his usually sensational defensive game. Maryland drew first blood with just a few minutes gone in the game when Novak fired a scoring pass to Collins. Syracuse scored twice in the second quarter and Davis car- ried over in the third. But that was all for the Orange. Shiner scored, then Condie plunged over from the one, and then Collins grabbed the two-point pass for the victory. Throughout the second half, the Terp for- ward wall controlled the Orange line at will. ERNIE DAVIS is broujiiit down alter a siiort Kii ' " ' Hacker (51) and Sanko ich (75) come to help. GARY COLLINS mahs a VD jxiss hctu tin two Syracuse dcfcndfrs. MARYLAND SYRACUSE 19 first downs 13 13 first downs rushing 9 5 first downs passing 4 1 tirst downs penalties 261 total yards rushing 206 27 yards lost rushing 12 234 net yards rushing 194 18 passes attempted 13 8 passes completed 6 97 net yards passing 61 358 totai yards gained 267 1 passes intercepted by 7 punts 6 37.4 punt average 34. 1 2 20 penalties yards lost .3 15 COACH TOM NLGENT ' S t x- pressioii ti-lls the .sti)i of tlie wliiilc liainc. Maryland 8-North Carolina 14 MAR T:.AND N. CAROLINA After a sensational win over the Orange 7 first downs 15 of Syracuse, the Terps fell in the mud at 4 first downs rushing 11 he hands of North Carolina, 14- 8. J tirst downs passing 3 ' nnn 1 1 first downs penalties 1 In a driving rain hra ed by 30,000 loyal 73 total yards rushing 178 Spectators, the Tar Heels controlled most of 1 1 yards lost rushing 30 , , . . . i i 62 net yards rushing 148 the game. Cashing in on timely tumbles by 17 passes attempted 16 the Terrapins. Gib Carson tore continuously 106 nerv ardspTss ' ing. ..... ' ..............! 46 tl Maryland line, finnbling twice at the 168 totai yards gained 194 goal line whcrc teammates fell on the loose 5 pu " " ' " " ' " ' ' . ' ! ' :::.;.;.::..:;;::;? baii for scores. 33 punt average 23 Burtou scorcd the ouK ' Terp touchdown 2 fambies lost 1 1 J period after ' a pass to Collins 5 55 penalties vards lost 5 55 , , , , on the three yard-line. 255 Maryland 21-A.F.A. Dick Shiner wrecked the Falcon ' s highly regarded pass defense with completions for 196 yards, as he led the Terps to their fourth victory in five starts. The clear air in Denver seemed to help in other ways, as Tom Brown intercepted three A FA passes to complete a sterling performance. The hard-charging Terp line aided Maryland ' s six interceptions, putting tremendous pressure on Falcon throwers. Scoring for the Terps were Ernie Arizzi on a 12-yard pass, Tom Brown on a 63-yard pass, and Don VanReenan on a 3-yard plunge. MARYLAND AIR FORCE 16 first downs 12 4 first downs rushing 9 12 first downs passing 2 first downs penalties 1 183 total yards rushing 159 47 yards lost rushing 25 1.36 net yards rushing 134 24 passes attempted 23 13 passes completed 6 220 net yards passing 58 356 total yards gained 192 6 passes intercepted by 3 3 punts 4 32.3 punt average 41.5 3 fumbles lost 3 45 penalties yards lost 1 3 AFA ' S BOB McNAUGHTON ,uains Ifi yards as Bar- laud (SO) and llrczo (.30) give chase, QUARTERBACK McNAUGHTON is tripped up l)y Davidson (on .uiound) and Arizzi (40) alU ' r a (S- artl • ' I 9 COACH NUGENT has a tew words to say t his quarterback Dick Novak. MARYLAND SOUTH CAROLINA 13 first clowns 16 5 first clowns rushing 13 8 first downs passing 3 70 net yards rushing 2-12 33 passes attempted 11 16 passes completed 5 194 net yards passing 72 264 total yards gained 314 1 passes intercepted by , 3 5 punts 5 35.4 punt average 32.4 " .3 2.5 penalties yards lost 5 .35 " NOW, ()ii KUNS stay behind that white line, or else! ' Maryland 10 -South Carolina 20 South Carolina .surprised Maryland 20-10 in a game that may be called a repeat of the North Carolina game, except that this one was played on a completely dry field. The Gamecocks outplayed the Terps in all departments, led by Billy Gambrell and Jim Costen. Maryland ' s only bright spot of the after- noon was the performances by Gary Collins, Tommy Brown, and Jimmy Davidson. Col- lins broke the ACC record for touchdown passes caught, while both Brown and David- son sparkled on defense. Over 18,000 fans were on hand to see the Gamecocks come storming back in the second quarter after Maryland had taken a 10-6 lead on a field goal by Hannigan and a scoring pass from Shiner to Collins. From there on it was all the Gamecocks. Costen threw a TD pass to Gambrell to put them on top, then tossed another to Caskey to clinch the victory. 257 ' .) - - ' M«iw, V .■■;?r Maryland 21 Penn State 17 Once again Dick Shiner led the team to a victory, this time a big one over Penn State, 21-17. Before a full house. Shiner re- peatedly hit Gary Collins for 80 yards on six receptions. Harry Butsko may have been the man who saved the day when he dropped Galen Hall on 9-yard line for a loss to stop a threat- ening Penn State attack. Maryland took the opening kickoff and drove for its first score, a pass from Shiner to Dick Barlund. Later in the first period. Tommy Brown grabbed a 9-yard scoring pass from Shiner. Then Collins took one in from Shiner to cap the victory. Here Collins broke another ACC record, this one for yards gained on receptions. MARYLAND PENN STATE 14 first downs 18 7 first downs rushing 12 6 first downs passing 6 1 first downs penalties 128 total yards rushing 269 31 yards lost rushing 32 97 net yards rushing 237 22 passes attempted 22 13 passes completed 9 164 net yards passing 151 262 total yards gained 388 1 passes intercepted by 2 6 punts 4 46.5 punt average 39 2 fumbles lost 1 4 31 penalties yards lost 5 55 :€ v; s«t.-i . ;,- ■, ' .■; " -- ■if-i ' l- ' v - ' ' A ' - ' . - " " ■ ' ■ ' ■ hMS ik , ' ' . - .V ' - ' " -v, •- . - ' ,• ; ■ ? ■ ' » r ' -■. .,-; ,, ' ir-. ■ - -■■. ' ■: ' ■ • nf ' :- ■■ " « %? •:» ' . ' ' f 4 A PICTURE IS WORTH 10,000 words. Stellar block- ing on the line allows Dick Shiner time to pick a HALFBACK ROGER KOCHMAN is stopped for no gain by Ernie Arizzi (44). J • Maryland 10-N.C. State 7 Expecting to see an aerial duel between Roman Gabriel and Dick Shiner, a full house of spectators saw a ground battle in- stead, with the Terps winning out by 10-7. Gabriel was stopped with only 7 comple- tions for 62 yards, somewhat short of his usual. On the most important pass of the game, it was again Shiner to Collins for a touchdown. Bidding for a bowl spot down South, the Terps looked lacklustre, but managed the win, insured by a field goal by John Hannigan in the dying seconds of the first half. irfJiiffl TOMMY BROWN makes sensational catcli for Terp first down. k-apnig MARYLAND N.C. STATE 14 liist a.)wns 11 6 tirst clowns 7 8 first clowns passing; 4 146 total yards rushing 12.5 35 yards lost rushing 7 1 1 1 net yards rushing 118 1 7 passes attempted 16 1(1 passes completed 7 105 net yards passing 62 216 total yards gained 180 1 passes intercepted l)y 1 6 punts 6 37.5 punt average 42.6 2 30 penalties yards lost 4 40 ERNIE ARIZZI (44) stopping W ' olfpack l)all- carrier. 259 DICK (THE RIFLEMAN) SHINER tlirows another behind good blocking. BOB BURTON (32) is halted by a host of Deacon defenders. Maryland 10 Wake Forest 7 Maryland took their seventh victory of the season from the Deacons of Wake For- est, 10-7. Once again it was the toe of jun- ior John Hannigan that made the difference. Maryland ' s defense quelched three Dea- con drives within the Terp ten-yard line to preserve the win. Defensive ends Collins and Poniatowski turned in the Wake Forest backs so that the line could hold the Deacons to just 83 yards rushing. They had been the top ground gainers in the league. Hannigan ' s kick was his fourth field goal of the campaign, three of which spelled the margin of victory for the Terps. It was evident that the Deacons were going for the win and not just a tie as they spurned a sure field goal and tried for the big score. MARYLAND WAKE FOREST 1.3 fir,st downs 9 8 first downs rushing 5 5 first downs passing 4 1.34 total yards rushing 110 ■30 yards lost rushing 27 104 net yards rushing 83 21 passes attempted 18 9 passes completed 6 98 net yards passing 133 202 total yards gained 216 2 passes intercepted by 1 4 punts 5 40.2 punt average 41.2 4 fumbles lost 1 3 21 penalties yards lost 3 25 Maryland 16 Virginia 28 Maryland ' s hopes for ;i trip to the Gator Howl were smashed h the ( axaUers of ' ir- j inia, 28-16, at Charlottesville. A -crowd of sun-drenched fans watched the Terps meet a hitter defeat since the team had already accepted a hid to the Gator Bowl. The Cavaliers, on the other hand, tasted a sweet victory since it was Maryland who had battered V ' irginian dreams of a trip south years ago. The Terps took an early lead and every- thing appeared to be fine — then the roof caved in. When timbers had finished falling, Maryland had to humbly pick itself up and go home. TOMMY BROWN picks up loose hall. M, RYL. NU 15 120 26 lKGI. l.- .first downs 20 .net yards rushing 1.35 .pa.sses attempted 29 15 passes completed. 13 177 net yeards passing 160 297 total yards gained 295 1 passes intercepted by 3 2 punts 4 38 punt average 31 1 fumbles lost 58 yards penal ized 59 HACKER (51) AIND PONIATOWSKI (88) move in on Cavalier hall carrier. 261 Varsity 21 — Alumni 14 Sophomore quarterback Dick Shiner pro- vided a preview of what was to come when he ran and passed the Varsity to a 21-14 vic- tory over the Alumni on a rain-soaked field. Shiner hit on 12 of his 17 passes for 141 yards and two touchdowns. He handled the team with authority and experience to pro- vide a 21-0 halftime lead. John Hannigan also gave an indication of things to come as he kicked three straight extra points. On a sloppy field, Burton scored first on a six-yard sprint, followed with scoring re- ceptions by Poniatowski and Collins. Jim Joyce scored both tallies for the hardened Alumni, staffed with several All-Americans. VARSITY ALUMNI 10 first downs 15 3 first downs rushing 6 7 first down passing 6 first down penalities 3 25 net yards rushing 63 23 passes attemt)ted 23 13 passes completed ' 11 132 ne yards passing 148 157 total yards gained 211 1 passes intercepted by 1 6 punts 2 30.5 punt average 26 1 fumbles lost 3 8 76 penalties yards lost 7 35 DICK SHINER RECEIVES the M Club " Most Valuable Player " Award as Coach Nugent looks on at post-game ceremonies. Shiner made fans, sportscasters, and scouts sit up and take notice of his perform- ance against the hardened Alumni. I S tf _ ' ' Gary Collins — All- American It is with regret that Maryland says good- bye to this outstanding performer. His pres- ence on the football field surely will be missed. Gary, during his three year career at Maryland has established every record for an end in the ACC — most touchdown passes caught, most passes caught, and most yards gained on completed passes. Collins was selected to every All-Ameri- can team in the nation, most of tliem being on the first team. He was selected to honor- able mention teams in his sophomore and junior years. To Gary Collins, number 82, good luck! 263 1961 ACC Soccer Champions Front Row: Franco Triolo, John Ruhs, Frank Marasco, Jay Miller, Robert Cummings, Harold Menninger, Oyton Tertemiz, Karl Uttenreither, Nick Limar, Dave Lefcourt, John Kanarchuk. Second Row: Rudolf Beck- man, Kenneth Klein, Henry Oustecky, Anthony Greene, John Zarubaiko, John Korz, Harry Sanders, Howard Krs, Richard Brueckner, Douglas Metz. Back Row: Coach Doyle P. Royal, Donel Ganz, Bruce Je- zek, Juan Carlos Martin, Richard Roe, Lawrence Denson, Ronald Williamson, Gary Litchfield, Wil- liam Teeple, Manager Donald Forsht. 1961-1962 VARSITY SOCCER RESULTS MARYLAND OPPONENTS 3 Virginia 10 North Carolina State 4 Army 3 5 Penn State 1 4 North Carolina 1 2 Duke 9 Georgetown 2 2 Navy 2 6 Johns Hopkins 1 2 Catholic University 2 West Chester 4 Action near the Hopkins goal. CO-CAPTAINS C;luippie MeniiiiiKer The hooters from Maryland finished the 1961 season with a 9-1-1 record which was good enough to win the ACC crown for the ninth consecutive year. The Terps played in two overtime games and an opening contest of the NCAA quarter- finals. West Chester State took the game, 4-2, to hand the Terps their only loss of the •- season. The two overtime games were played against Navy and Army, beating Army 4-3 and tying Navy 2-2. j | Maryland has yet to lose an ACC game. This year they outscored their league com- petitors 19 goals to one. Carlos Martin, an- other Marylaiid All-American, scored six goals in the N.C. State game, setting an ACC record, breaking the record previously held by another Maryland star. Oyton Tertemis led the team in scoring with 14 goals on the season, followed by Martin with ten. Martin led the team in as- sists with twelve. In overall competition the Terps held their opponents to 16 goals, while the Red and White marked up forty-nine. iiul Bol) Cuminings ALL-AMERICAN CARLOS MARTIN 265 1961 Varsity Cross-Country CROSS COUNTRY- Len Patrick, Guy Harper, Mark Wells, John Garten, John Irby, Dick Creditor, Kraiik Colavita, Sal Reneir, Curly Adams. Guy Harper, Mark Wells, and John Garten led the Terp harriers to another winning season, which seems to be the standard procedure in the past years. Coach Jim Kehoe can expect another good year from all of these fine runners. 1961 Varsity Gross-Country Results MARYLAND OPPONENT 22 Navy 33 38 Duke 22 22 Clemson 37 27 North Carolina 28 23 William Mary 32 16 North Carolina State 42 15 Virginia 46 NAVY RUNNER leads Wells and Harper. SPECTATORS ENJOY tall weather and Maryland win. GUY HARPER hreaks the tape to win in the Navy meet. CROWDED PARKING LOTS typified all home games. ANXIETY IS CHARACTERIZED by players ' faces. THE CHEERLEADERS are ushered .. .-. TRUMPETERS play at Hand Day. ANTICIPATION was a tamiliar look. 269 THE TERPS take the field to the din of a cannon. THE BAND ASSEMBLES for a halftime performance. VENDERS wandered through the crowd with httle notice. Winter Sports 271 tmiA) !, i .MARYLAWr, WRESTLING TEAM- Front Row: Robert Neutze, Dick Maynard, Ron Maunder, Fred Sentner, Dave Ott, Sam Bossert. Second Row: Karl Offenbacher, Gordon Barthloniew, Tom Quelet, Richard Smith, Pat Varre, Eugene Kerin, Frank Grungo, Richard Guidi, Bill Rishell. Back Row: Coach Krouse, Leroy Hall, Bob Burton, Robert Pirih, Roger Shoals, Gary Wikander, Marshall Daubernian, John Sikora, Dick Ott. Matmen Take 8th A.C.C. Crown COACH " SULLY " KROUSE The wrestling team dominated the A.C.C. this year for the eighth consecu- tive time. Four outstanding wrestlers for the season ot Krouse ' s fine squad were Ron Maunder, Sam Bossert, Pat Varre, and Eu- gene Kerin, who is the only wrestler in the history of ACC to win the Outstand- ing Wrestler Award twice at 167 pounds in 1960 and 157 in 1961. Coach " Sully " Krouse ' s 15 year Con- ference record now stands at 62 wins against 6 losses with a streak of 51 con- ference dual meets without a loss includ- ing the final nine dual meets in the Southern Conference. This year, he ex- tended his record of never having a los- ing season. wrkstlint; hksii is MARVLAM) OFI ' ONKN ' r 28 North Carolina Slal - 11 Oklalioiiia 16 9 Army 17 11 Pcnn Statf 16 12 Navy 12 2 PittshurKh 23 23 ' MI 3 32 N ' irginia 38 Duke 25 North Carolina 5 ACC CHAMP Sam Bosscrt ACC CHAMP Hon Mamuler. CO-CAPTAINS, Kugeiie Kerin and Pat Nane. 273 COACH GEORGE BUTLER congratulates |ohn Belitza. CHRIS STAUFFER leads the 440 dash. JOHN BELITZA tops 15 feet Indoor Track ACC Champs TIk ' Tcrps had a most successtul indoor track sfasoii 1) ajiaiii dt ' teatinjf Na and w inning the ACC championship lor the sf - ciitli straight oar. John Bch ' t .a hftanic tlu- first collegiate pole vanlter in the Sonth to top 15 leet. With Belitza and Tom (Uass, Coach Kehoe ' s team has the upperhand in the pole ault ol an ' college in the East. Against Navy in a dual meet, Belitza topped 15 teet 3% inches tor a new Uni ' ersit of Mar land record and a new Na y field house record. Tom Glass topped 14-9 in this meet. John Belitza finished third in the National AAU meet with his 15 feet vault, Chris Staut- fer finished fourth in the 600 yd. run, and Cu Harper finished fifth in the Mile Run. Don ' an Reenan ran a 6.1 in the Na ' ' dual meet at Annapolis tor the 60 ard dash ecjual- ing his own Navy iield house record set last year. He also matched this 6.1 in the semi-finals of the 60 ' d. dash in the National AAU meet. DON VAN REENAN Ijiinys ictoiN to Mar land as In- tii-s the record lu ' cstahlisiu ' d last car. JAMES BLAND is ovi r. MARK WELLS, co-captain. GUY HARPER clinches the meet. TERPGOES in for the kill 276 BOB EICHER blocks sliot by Georjirtowii player. HUGH LUPIEN ' S i)iittc ' iny placrs the Teips alicad. SWIMMING RESULTS MARYLAND OPPONENT 54 North Carolina State 40 69 American University 21 70 Virginia, 25 72M! Duke 22 Vi 34 Navy 61 80 Wake Forest 14 59 Clenison 32 49 North CaroHna 46 64 Washington Lee 31 61 V.M.I ...34 COACH Bill Campbell. CO-CAPTAIN Ed Whitehead. Swimmers Take ACC The Terps swimmers captured for the third consecutive year, the Atlantic Coast Conference championship. Individual cham- pions were Hugh Lupien in 1500-meter freestyle, Ron Squires in one meter dive, and Kevin Gilson. The Terps ' successful sea- son shows an overall record of ten wins and one loss. FREESTYLER Kevin Gilson. 278 ■ CO-CAPTAIN HukIi Hoildm RECORD HOLDER Dave Fkniin« SWIMMING TEAM-Fron« Row: Ron Squires, Bill Hickey. Second Row: Hoe Beng Fong, Ed Duke, Ward Brand- bein, Ed Whitehead, Hugh Roddin, Jerry Greenberg, Dave Diehl, Ken Wall. Third Row: Coach Don Adams, Ted Lupieri, Ira Titunik, Bob Kraeling, Al Marmelstein, John Harding, Kevin Gilson, Tom Wingate, Coach Bill Camp- bell. Back Row: Dave Fleming, Terry Feelemeyer, Barry Berube, Dick Dahl, Steve Kisley, Mike Schaeberle, Hugh Lupien, Mike McMahan. 279 BASKETBALL TEAM- Front Row: Assistant Coach Frank Fellows, Head Coach H. A. " Bud " Millikan. Back Row: Mike Nofsinger, Bruce Kelleher, Bob Eicher, Jerry Greenspan, Joe Barton, Scott Ferguson, Ted Marshall, Connie Carpenter, Bill Stasiulatis, Paul Jelus, manager, Dan Sweeney. SENIOR GUARD, Bruce Kelleher ■ ■ 1 p 1 1 P H 1 i 1 i ' ' H fk f wiLyA mM H m I MMjII 1 ) ) J ■ 1 1 I r pp 1 Basketball BASKETBALL SCORES MARYLAND 65 78 68 75 M innesota . . . 79 Wake Forest OPPONENT Penn State 71 Georgetown 79 N.C. State 73 69 62 91 Virginia 70 62 Mississippi State 64 64 Louisville 83 67 George Washington 56 77 South Carolina 86 83 Georgetown 70 68 Duke 84 81 George Washington 67 61 N.C. State 68 58 Navy 67 79 North Carolina 62 68 South Carol i na 85 61 ,....Cleinson 73 53 Duke 79 78 Wake Poorest 81 67 North Carolina 70 68 Virginia 72 68 Clenison 75 COACH Bud Millikan SENIOR GUARD, Mike Notsinger JUNIOR GUARD, Bol) Kiclitr JUNIOR FORWARD, Uiry Crt ( nspa.i -; Iii . ' WHERE ' S THE I)all,J( Leading the Hoopsters for the l)asket- hall season with a 15.2 average was play- maker Bruee Kelleher. Kelleher also scored tlie most points in any single game with 32 against irginia. Jerry Greenspan set two Maryland re- cords with the most consecutive free throws of any one game, 14, against Minnesota and best fiee throw percentage, 100%, also against Minnesota. Other Terp high scorers for the season were Bob Either, Paul Jelus, and Ted Mar- shall. Most points scored l)y the Hoopster. ' t was a 91 against N ' irginia. In the ACC Maryland finished with a conference record of 3-11. STASIULATIS .scores for Maryland. 283 CHEERLEADERS — John Robinson, Merrily Krause, Bridget Foreshew, Judy Wueste, Reggie Klein, Julie Jones, Marge Blair. SENIOR CHEER- LEADERS-Jim Ken- ney, Alice Gumpper, Linda Cook, captain; Ju la o ey. j rylAND, we ' re all behind you . Girarne an M ' for nothing is so glorious as to see our team victorious . . . ' I Spring Sports 285 . I -1 -% - ' - vn: :c %; . . : L., .; «i AU " j .-WL. ' ,W vV - • " m " ' ' » ► iiuj - ' " ' BASEBALL TEAM -Fronf Row: L. Kupper, G. Shaf- fer, J. Rogers, D. Brown, P. Rogers, G. Klinedinst, W. Trust. Second Row: J. Fowler, B. Scamniell, W. Roeper, A. Caple, W. McHargue, R. Taylor, F. Martz, G. Grouse. Back Row: J. Jackson (Goach); W. Turner, T. Brown, R. Edson, R. Bowie, R. Smith, T. Moss, B. Walter, J. Walker, H. Dawson. Terrapin Diamondmen The Record MARYLAND OPPONENT 6 Connecticut 1 5 Dartmout 12 3 North CaroHna State 6 8 Clemson 9 2 Syracuse 6 6 Brown 2 JACK JACKSON is the Terps ' new coach. . . .Virginia ...Duke 11 ...Wake Forest... 10 ...Navy 10 ...Clemson 7 . . .South Carolina 8 4 .South Carolina 2 3 Penn State 5 3 Wake Forest 4 1 Duke 5 2 Virginia 5 8 North Carolina 7 3 North Carolina 16 7 Georgetown 1 286 JIM FOWLER pitc li. d t v(.-liit l)all game auaiiist tlif Casalirrs. TOM BROWN led the team in liils, HBI , and llOUR ' lllllS. Tlu ' Maryland basehall nine experienced an np antl clown season and Hnished with an overall 8-12 record. One of the highlights of the season was Jim Fowler ' s two-hit pitch- ing when the Terps whipped Virginia 2-0. Connnanded by their new coach, Jack Jackson, the team, for the third consecutive year, scored at least one run in every game played. This feat was made possible by the fine hitting of Frank Martz, Tom Brown, Jim Fowler, Phil Rogers, and Dick Taylor who all batted alxne .300. CO-CAPTAINS- Don Brown and Pliil Rogers. GEORGE KLINEDINST l.atted 283 anil knocked in tvveKe runs. 287 ! Ell I . a m i f ' fcfc ii» 1 •kit- — TRACK TEAM-Front Row: L. Hodes, J. Foskett, W. Smith, B. Johnson, N. Kovalakides, C. Grand- maison, J. Speigel, F. Colavita, E. Polanowski. Second Row: R. MacWilHanis (Manager); J. Garten, B. Grey, L. McCabe, J. Bland, C. Stauffer, P. Tucker, M. Pixton, J. Schift, N. Goldstein, K. Mettler (Trainer). Back Row: Jim Kehoe (Track Coach); M. Doggs, J. Belitza, D. Dobbs, H. Wilson, J. Montgomery, D. Smith, J. Hicks, D. VanReenan, M. Wells, John Lucas (Coach). Trackmen Undefeated — ACC Champs WAYNE SMITH is a member of champion mile relay team. The University of Maryland Track Team won the Outdoor ACC Championships for the sixth year in a row. The Cindermen were undefeated in the dual meet competition un- der head coach, Jim Kehoe. The 1961 track team was probably considered to be one of the best to ever represent the University of Maryland. Dual Meet Record MARYLAND OPPONENT 104 Pittsburgh 27 100 North Carolina 31 76 Navy. 55 91 West Virginia 39 In the ACC Cliampionships the trackmen •captured eight incUvidual titles. Butch Spie- gel was a double winner as he took first place in the 220 and 100 yard dashes. In addition to the regular dual meet schedule, Maryland competed in the DC- AAU ' s Penn Relays, Quantico Relays, and IC4A ' s. In the DCAAU ' s Maryland won the team title and twelve of seventeen individual events. Bill Johnson, Nick Kovalakides, and John Belitza gave outstanding performances during the entire season. TRACK COACH Jim Kehoe. ACC OUTDOOR CHAMPIONS 1961 -Front Row: Butch Spiegel, John Behtza, Nick Kovalakides, Bill i XrxTaaa«B-jjT£3l Johnson, Mark Wells. Back Row: Chris Staiiffir, Wayne Smith, Dick Smith, Frank Colavita. JAMES BLAND, star high-jumper, arches over. NICK KOVALAKIDES was ACC Champion, set Penn Relays Javelin Record, and took first place in IC4A ' s. JOHN BELITZA, ACC Pole Vault Champion, tied for first place in Penn Relays and IC4A ' s. MJ 1 • ♦ ' mm » fm-i 4l m ... 1 ' m m ■I ' , n • " m 0 :fM:P ' LACROSSE TEAM-Fronf Row: S. Carlin, V. John- son, B. Beardmore, S. Merrill, B. Woodbury, S. Sadt- ler, M. Harniatz, B. Chambers. Second Row: B. Lem- ken, H. Nelson, R. Altman, C. Rothenherg, N. Britton, D. Brent, B. Cummings, D. Roniine. Back Row: J. Heagy (Manager); VV. Durrigg, F. Waidner, G. Reck- ner, H. Minetree, VV. Pugh, D. Bowen, A. Deems (Manager). FRITZ WAIDNER led the Terp Stick- men in scoring with 28 goals. 1961 Lacrossemen Boast 6-2 Record The Record MARYLAND OPPONENT 22 Washington Lee 4 10 Princeton 5 16 New Hampshire 3 14 Virginia 8 15 Duke 1 7 Navy 9 9 Army 15 12 Johns Hopkins 7 291 GOALIE, BILL CHAM- BERS, had 144 saves for the season. THE STICKMEN defeat Johns Hopkins 12-7; and Coach Heagh and Coach Faber are carried from the field in triumph. IS- ARMY GOALIE makes save the hard way in a game which Army won 15-9. Fritz Waidner with 28 goals, Buddy Beardmore with 25 goals and Ray Altman with 18 goals and 36 assists led the Mary- land sticknien to a 6-2 Collegiate Record. The Terps suffered losses to the Mt. Wash- ington and Baltimore Lacrosse Clubs, but smothered the Maryland Lacrosse Club 16-4 in exhibition games. The team continued its dominance of the ACC by beating Duke and Virginia, the only other conference schools ' fielding teams. The season ' s most exciting game was played at Annapolis where Maryland lost a heart- breaker 9-7 to Navy in overtime. 292 ALL-AMERICA, BUDDY BEARDMORE, fiiiishid season witli 25 goals. BEARDMOKE CHARGES up lu land Johns Hopkins ' e.wal altn lakni one diUndcl. BOB LEMKEN takes a short breatlier. RAIN, MUD, AND THE FINAL SCORE made the Army game a disma affair. GOLF TE M-Front Row: H. Rash, C. Wisotski, R. Sclaes, R. Reighter, M. Rash. Back Row: Coach Cronin, H. Leavy, C. Thatcher, P. Quinn, W. Craw- ford, T. Bartolec. Links Men Continue Winning The Terp golfers won all- ten of their home matches as they finished the season with a 10-2 record. The team has won 35 of its last 36 home matches. The only losses were to Wake Forest and North Carolina State in a triangular match at Carolina Country Club. Coach Cronin ' s golfers finished third as a team in the 1961 ACC tournament which was played on the Maryland course. How- ever, Maryland ' s Paul Quinn tied Pete Green of North Carolina with 142 for the ACC in- dividual title. TERP ' S VETERAN coach, Frank Cronin. . - ' ' , L .( m j, I The Record MARYLAND 25 2 Princeton 29y2 M.I.T 6 Wake Forest OPPONENT lOVa V2 12 7 North Carolina State 11 21 South Carolina 6 SVa Georgetown IV 231 2 Penn State 3y2 19 Clemson 8 151 2 North Carolina llMs I61 2 Johns Hopkins IV 201 2 Virginia 6I 2 17 Navy 10 LSiiiJl - M ' ' :. .!- PAUL QUINN WATCHES as Pete Green ' s putt rolls slovvK- toward the cup HE ' S LINING up a rough one. ftt ' PRESIDENT ELKINS and C-oach Cronin with Paul Quinn holding the ACC Indi idiial Cham- pionship TropliN ' . QUINN FOLLOWS THROUGH on an uphill shot. PAUL HOLDS his breath and watches. wrir sn 295 1961 Netmen mmvmm mu.m JOHN NOGRADY CHARLES SHAPIRO JAMES FEDERICI The Maryland Tennis Team posted an 8-4 overall record for the 1961 season. Chuck Abelson again led the Terps to victory in match after match. The team was also sparked by sophomores John Nogrady and Bill Statiulatis. The netmen were impressive in the ACC, losing only to North Carolina and Virginia and finishing with a 5-2 conference record. CHUCK ABELSON The Record MARYLAND OPPONENT 8 Syracuse 1 2 Virginia 7 8 Wake Forest 1 1 North Carolina 5 7 Penn State 1 5 North Carolina State 3 1 Georgetown 7 2 Navy 5 5 South Carolina 5 Duke 4 7 Johns Hopkins 2 6 Clemson 2 Intramurals ALPHA TAU OMEGA CROSS-COUNTRY CHAM- PIONSHIP TEAM -Ben Pettee, third place; Wade Whitener, first place; and Ron Maunder, fourth place. TENNIS CHAMPIONS- Phil Bolen, manager; Robert Ruhling, runner-up; Barry Cleveland, first place; Robert Kem, manager. Men ' s Intramurals Men ' s Intramurals offer opportunities for competition in various sports for those who have neither the time nor the desire to participate in varsity sports. This organiza- tion, under the direction of Coach Jim Kehoe, includes a wide variety of activities, rang- ing from individual sports such as tennis, track and wrestling, to team sports, such as football, basketball, and baseball, in which fraternity and open league teams vie for trophies. 298 1961 INTERFRATERNITY AND UNIVERSITY CHAMPIONS -Fronf Row: Diirke Thompson, Budd ' Bearchnori ' , ( ' apt. Don Montgomery, Russ Potts, Ken Paul. Second Row: Bob McCuIlan, Mar- shall Sn cler, John Sn ' cler, Jay Trangle, Skip Brown. Rack Row: Bill Hickey (manager); Wayne Smith, Herb Minetree, Bruce Smith, Bob Lemkin, Ray Reeves, Charlie Hart. Phi Delta Theta rolled to an 11-1 mark in chalking up their first university champion- ship since 1954. After losing their first game of the season to TKE, 0-7, the Phi Delts clipped off ten straight shutouts. They cli- maxed their fine season with a 12-0 shutout of ATO for the fraternity championship, and then defeated the open league champs, the Aces, 7-6, for the University Championship. p p f p. F f 4 OPEN LEAGUE INTRAMURAL TOUCH FOOT- RALL CHAMPIONS -Knee in ; Bill Gallagher, Bunket Abell, Pat Friendack, Cecil Stoutsenberger, Tom Versis. Standing: Sam Rauthblaum, Richard Estes, Roger Howell, Dempsey X ' entriss, Jack Mad- dox. Bill Rogers. PHI DELTA THETA battles Alpha Tau Omega for Fraternity Champion- ship. TEP, DIVISION CHAMPIONS, fight Phi Sigma Kappa for the rebound. LOOK OUT! It ' s a spike. irS AHOMER! Women ' s Recreation Association The Women ' s Recreation Association is a student organization whose aim is to pro- vide fun and leadership opportunities in the field of sports for Maryland women. It ' s many phases include interest groups, intra- murals, intercollegiate competition, and af- filiated clubs. WHERE IS IT? THE AOPi ' S, 1962 Intraimual Basketball Champions, clc ' iiKiiistratc their skill a iainst C ardlinc Hall. 301 W.R.A. COUNCIL-Front Row: Diana Phelps, Jean Lineberry, Barbara Burnett, Robyn Rudolph, Kay Ramsay, Teddie Lou Kelly. Second Row: Snellen Weist, Valorie Wood, recording secretary; Priscilla Allen, correspond- ing secretary; Bobbi Hastings, president; Linda Cavin, treasurer; Nancy Lhr, vice president; Kay White, Miss Ethel Kesler, advisor. Standing: DaleBres- nick, Marlene Petrushansky, Carolyn Callaway, Pat Landrum, Joan Hopkins, Joanne Landry, Kathy Disney, DotCollison, Barrie Rawak, Marlene Ruppers- berger, Lucy Calder, Joan Wilkinson, Gloria Silverstein, Shelly Landay, Aud- rey Maier, Pat Adams, Janet Meetre, Bunnye Schofer. A FAVORITE MARY- LAND SPORT among girls as well as boys. CARIN CONE, member of the Delta Camilla Cliaiiipioiisliip Intramural Swimming Team, the Maryland Swimming Team, and a tormer Olympic winner, demonstrates her winning backstroke. 302 M CLUB — Front Row: John Zaruhoiko, Pete Tucker, Boh Leinkin, Jim Bland, Bernie Walter, Dan Pieper, Joe Ferrante, Fred Sentner, John Garten, Mark Wells. Second Row: Wayne Ehright, Kevin Gilson, Buddy Beardmore, Barry Beruhe, Ron Maunder, puhlicity director; Marvin Pixton, treasurer; Wayne Smith, president; Gene Kerin, vice president; Hank Ponia- tovvski, sergeant-at-arms; Boh Gunmiings, secretary; Da ' e Grossan, social director. Third Row: Boh Geyer, Hank Oustezki, Dick Dahl, Ed Duke, Marshall Dau- herman, Bob Kraeling, Harry Sanders, Harry Butsko, Neil Goldstein, Gene Ferrer, Alan Citrenhaum, Mike Schaeherle, Tom Bartolec, Dave Flemming, Chris Stautfer, Sam Bossert, John Beltiza, Ron Hamilton, Jack Ruhs, Guy Harper, Will Johnson, Chet Detko, Murnis Banner, Ron Williamson. Back Row: Ira Titu- nik, Tom Krueger, Roger MacWilliams, Marvin Har- matz. Grant Lee, Ward Branch ein, Hoe Beng Fong, Ron Squires, Dick Mantel, Frank Marasco, Hugh Lupien, Dave Brenneman, Bill Gray, Dave Letcourt, Will Roeper. MClub Tlic M (-lul) wa.s cic ' siifiu ' cl for thf purpose of bringing togetluT the out-stainliiiu athlctt ' S on campus. An oiK ' who lias hi-i ' ii awanU ' tl a Mar laiul atliletic It ' ttcr is oliuiblf tor nienibt ' iship in this social organization. This ear, the M C liih set a precedtMit h - awarding; an honoiar - membership to Joe Blair, the piibHcit ' director ot the Uni- versity of Maryland, in recognition of his outstandinu service to the athlt ' tic depart- ment. The M (Hub also sponsors the Outstand- inu Intramural . thlete of the Year Award, gi c ' n at the InterfrattMnit ' Sing, in hopes that a closer undi-rstanding between the var- sit - and intramural phases of Mar Iand ath- letics can be reached. 303 Athletic Staff The University of Maryland Athletic Department has many behind-the-scene workers. These industrious and capable workers are personified in Bill Cobey, Joe Blair, " Duke " Wyre, Bill Fry, and Eddie Bean. Bill Cobey, director of athletics, has be- come the backbone of athletics at Maryland. In his sixth year. Bill has contributed much to the Maryland athletic scene. Who hasn ' t heard of Maryland? No-one, and we have Joe Blair, the publicity director, to thank for keeping Maryland in the public eye. " Duke " Wyre, the nationally famous trainer, has been at Maryland for fifteen years. During these years, he has proven himself again and again. He is truly an im- portant man for the Terps. BILL COBEY, Director of Athletics. ALFRED J. WYRE, Head Trainer EDDIE BEAIN, Ticket Managei JOE BLAIR, Publicity BILL FRY, Assistant Train. Bill " Spider " Fry has been at the Univer- sity for the past six years. An impressive backgiound in sports provided Bill with the experience he needed to capably fulfill his position at Maryland. If you ever need tickets for a game, Eddie Bean is the man to see. He is adept at organ- ization which is evident through his out- standing work. 304 TOM NUGENT, licad l()otl)all foacli. Coaching Staff Tom Nugent, Marylaiicl ' s head football coach, has once again produced an outstand- ing season. The varsity ' s record of seven wins and three losses is one that all Maryland fans can praise. Since Nugent ' s arrival in 1959, he has molded and worked with our teams until Maryland was put on the national sports scene. This year, Maryland was predicted to have a good year, and Nugent and his able coaching staff did not disappoint the sports writers nor the fans. Working along with the head coach, the assistant coaches helped to place the team ' s record in the impressive win column. The cooperation between these men and the play- ers has given the Maryland fans a strong team to support this season. I -x jj :i LEE CORSO, assistant coacli. BERME REID, assistant c-oacli. FRANK TOOMEV. assistant AND ARRIGONI, as ALE SATTERFIELD, assistant CARROLL HI NTRESS, it tnarh BILL DOVELL, a.ssi.staiit coach, assistant coacl 306 Residences 307 Residences Associate Editor Carol Gebert Sororities Claudia Miller Fraternities Joyce Schroeder Women ' s Dorms Carol Gebert Men ' s Dorms Joanne Moser Drawing By James Forbes 308 -»sp " V ' .jjiwpfi«m jsf mm Women ' s Dorms 309 n J Uli, ANNE ARUNDEL HALL-Front Row: J. Hevner, J. Edwards, K. Decker, E. Glickman, L. Brass, L. Colvin, H. Caplan, N. Friedman, S. Santen, J. Wilson, P. Winkler, A. Passalacqua, J. Carrick, president; S. Wise, Z. Carlock, A. Walstrum. Second Row: K. Althaus, P. Callaghan, S. Gray, C. Pelovitz, E. Lar- rabee, M. Dreux, S. Boyle, A. German, D. Channell, C. Couey, K. Dorn, T. Sailer, J. DeGaston, S. Han- briek, B. Stewart, B. Lee, treasurer; C. Geltka, T Garpstas, K. White. Third Row: L. Sousane, J. Perlz- weig, G. Kobren, L. Orrison, B ' Drumm, H. Talk, M Koons, P. Olson, secretary; P. Wilder. J. Klein, ] Kane, J. Thompson, R. Torrieri, M. Pelovitz, D. Rich- bury, M. Kahn, F. Golberg, D. Zaprowski. Last Row: P. Hansen, B. Bledy, J. Sherman, M. Nicholson, D. Collison, T. Keravuori, J. King, E. Buck, L. Ravikio, S. Kettells, K. Sheehan, B. Penkiunas, F. Johnson, J. Thomason, K. Coyle, K. Harris, C. Feder, J. DeVito. THE KINGSTON TRIO lias notliiuii on (liis uroup. 310 One of the first women ' s residences, steeped in tradition . . . carol singing around tree at Christmas time . . . memories of the spring lantern dance on the terrace . . . lend- ing a helping hand to orphans with a party at Christmas and Easter . . . honored by beauty with first runner-up Homecoming Queen, Freshman and Sophomore Prom Queens . . . new housemother, Mrs. Moody . . . " Annie A " girls are active in many or- ganizations including SGA, Mortar Board, WRA, campus chest, and many, many more... This actixity niiiuled (lorniiton ' is rop- ivst ' iitc ' d ill almost c (.m acti it on campus including Diadem, Mortar Hoard, Augcl I ' Iight, UT, Diamoudhack, TERRAPIN, color Uuard, S(iA, AWS, and modern dance . . . sports aren ' t slighted either — seeond in ten- nis singles, seeond in WHA participation, w inners oi the howling troph , and sponsors ot the ping pong tournament . . . fireside chats provide intellectual atmosphere . . . graced by their friendh housemother, Mrs. Fruter, and her assistant, Mrs. Ta lor . . . proud of the Miss (k ' cil Hall crown ... a nmch welcomed paint job adds to the gaiety and congenial spirit of Caroline . . . JUSTO ' K MORE liaml-thcn we ' ll stmK. CAROLINE HALL-Fwnt Bow: J. Green, C. Dear- hdlt, S. Pojst, I. Harris, K. TaKtmever, R. Milhaii.sen, P. MeKlwee, C. Sehauh, K. Hertl, E. Aiistcr, W. Hertz- iicii, 13. Case, E. Lentz. Secorul Row: V. Broolcs, M. Butler, S, Hod e, S. Causey, J. Holuer, C:. Buck, G. Morgan, M. Johnson, J. Palmer, M. Petrusliansky, J. Ta lor, G. Yano, seeri ' tary; W. Lin7.e -, T. Patrick, P. Schaener, E. Cockliiifrton, B. Schacher, I. Landrv, S. Miller, L. Wohhekiny, G. Truitt, H. Mer feld, S. Hertzler, B. Blades, S. Gross, J. Kerr. Last Row: L. Da idson, S. C ' luirclunan, L. Beilseli, . Doruian, M. Schniitt, K. Sharp, M. Bisphani, 1 . Parran, i ' ,. Gross- man, A. Pokorn , K. Tas lor, . . Ciohiinna, 1). Plutschak, L. Hosiers, E. I-a ina ' . " The Centreville Coeds " . . . suffering weeks without telephones and consequently without dates . . . excellent view of the cam- pus from the famous sundeck . . . always ex- tending warmth and friendliness to par- ents and friends . . . new housemother, Mrs. Schuck, told fascinating tales of her Euro- pean trip . . . proudly represented in campus organizations — Angel Flight, AWS, Mortar Board to mention just a few . . . proud to show off their " hotel lobby " . . . girls dress- ing warmly for the long, cold walk to classes in the winter . . . EVERYONE LENDS Uood start. ii lu lpmu liaiid to j;t ' t oil to a CENTREVILLE HALL, NORTH -Front Row: B. Skinner, O. Greenbaum, G. Kesner, S. Merowitz, S. Lew, L. Fuller, J. Ganiipbell, M. Pierce, R. Boucher. Second Row: B. Born, P. Myers, J. Peterman, P. Hart- man, T. Greenberg, C. Debu.skey, M. Daniel, E. Even- chick, president; M. Rider, S. LeBovit, C. Hooton. Last Row: G. Crandell, L. Elliott, S. Fritz, S. Horn, D. Sterling, E. Woolley, D. Wood, B. Mintz, A. Mahoney, C. Osborne, B. Hagan. t « t f i ° -i: . f » [«t.LllvS CENTREVILLE HALL, SOVTH- Front Row: N Morys, S. Ward, M. Howard, S. Sandler, A. Rosdol, A. Teter, ' . Ogden, C. Stump, J. Patchen, secretary; H. Poffenbarger, vice president; M. Kaar, B. Wilson. Second Row: M. Barrett, E. Bwersky, S. Tydings, H. Gilbert, C. Carlin, M. Bower, S. McElhane, P. Grif- fiths, B. Rapelye, D. Stonehraker, J. Jones, S. Hughes, L. Weiss, L. Richter. Third Row: L. Clarke, L. Strie- gel, J. Bernstein, M. Biggs, C. Ripley, B. Bergeran, B. Thompson, S. Sonimer, J. Brown, L. Gilder, D. Bannett, C. Blicher, J. Sherman. Fourth Row: M. Spie- gel, C. Porter, G. Bozot, L. Chanmess, G. P ' orman, J. Bader, D. Childs, K. Lavery, J. King, P. Eenimore, B. Hopkins, C. Anderson, S. MalK)ney, P. Knight. Last Row: G. Dickman, A. Jaffe, D. Miskelly, T. Indritz, D. Moore, M. Leverton, C. Holmead, J. Lineicome, B. Schwartz, M. Moore, L. Dove, J. Grahl, G. Mullowney. Residents of Centreville are proud to live in the tallest and newest building on campus . . . waking up to cows mooing out- side and policemen in the halls became customary . . . Mrs. Beaumont, the new house director, and her four graduate assistants always waiting with a friendly smile . . . gracious hostesses at popular desserts and buffets . . . well represented on campus by Miss Maryland, Mortar Board president, cheerleaders. Angel Flight, and representa- tives in S.G.A. . . . not so fond memories of wading through mud for weeks . . . laughter and hysteria as friend gets caught in eleva- tor .. . LLL LLL ' LLL LLL LLL LLL •LLL LLL BE SIRE and nioxi ' ()ur ta CARROLL HALL-Front Row: P. Reigle, F. Ferris, C. Chapman, K. Knox, J. Waddell, F. Bernstein, P. Lee, president; L. Jones, vice president; M. Schoen, E. Walker, J. Rivers, N. Andrews. Second Row: J. Epps, L. Stinehart, M. Hulhern, S. Salganik, J. Fletcher, J. Lokstein, L. Taekeis, P. Morton, F. Petro, J. Fowler, E. Hook, R. Reamer, S. Hartman, N. Kean. Third Row: S. Craig, P. Coates, D. Zeigler, C. Kluger- man, B. Kirsch, J. Rappaport, S. Engelman, R. Breg- man, S. Herman, M. Tatum, B. Armstrong, S. Pickens, B. Berger, F. Tarcza. Fourth Row: D. Kemp, J. Mat- thews, S. Stokes, W. Benney, J. Selckmahn, B. Britt, P. George, B. McGlotten, S. Bemiller, L. Kemper, K. Tolle, D. Macmillan, L Nick, M. Grove, B. Hudson. Last Row: B. Hess, J. Scott, D. Heck, D. Stackus, M. Hess, Fowler, A. Patterson, J. Brilhart, P. Telfer, Y. Glebgs, N. Baker, S.Johnson, D. Bresnick,J. Peterson. SMALL RIOTS olten take place (hiriiif noisN- lioiir. ] 314 One of the smallest dorms on campus . . . presents, tree, and Christmas party given annually for orphans . . . strong big-little sister program welcomes freshmen ... a very strict dorm where a " Carroll Hall campus " is much respected . . . undergrads mimic the seniors in an annual satirical skit presented in the seniors ' honor . . . many popular des- serts will long be remembered . . . active in sports . . . head resident, Mrs. Killingsworth, and her assistant greeting residents at all hours . . . friends from Carroll and Wicomico Halls greeting each other from their win- dows . . . Intellectually outstanding, rated third scholasticaliy . . . desserts with T.K.E. and th e Delta Sir ' s top social functions . . . Housemothers, Mrs. Brower and Mrs. VVint- erberg, honored at a tea . . . warm hospitality seen in Parents ' Day and Homecoming open house . . . claims members of F ' .O.B., A.W.S., and A.L.D. honorary . . . first place in dorm Homecoming decorations . . . fireside chats and fashion shows make interesting events . . . broken elevators and busy telephones everyday occurrences . . . eating and food rank first in the hearts of many . . . THE SAIVDVflCH MA.N Imallv madr it DORCHESTER HALL-Fronf Row: R. Veith, J. Flook, S. Berney, B. Grossman, A. Rose, B. Jump, secretary; F. Harding, president; S. Neary, vice presi- dent; J. Kane, J. Miller, S. Barnes, C. Hunt. Second Row: J. Harrison, J. Greenberj , L. Avis, B. Johnson, G. Johnson, D. Dietrich, P. Early, E. Saloukas, F. Einhorn, C. Morris, F. Cockey, P. Morgan, L. Smith. Third Row: J. Athanas, G. Packard, B. Mathieu, M. Teramani, S. Smith, N. Edmunds, C. Wilson, M. Pul- len, C. Dunn, R. Diamond, P. Grubb, D. Mullar, E. Allen. Fourth Row: P. Casper, M. Newhouse, J. Cramer, R. Leibson, D. Chesler, C. Berkow, J. Mar- golius, F. Jordan, N. Slicher, C. Joseph, K. Given, J. Magidson, M. Shiffman, C. Prager, T. Stulman, P. Slavin, J. Denny, K. Holland. Last Row: S. Blitz, D. Kausch, S. Deghetto, B. Smith, H. Hall, C. Burnes, K. Murphy, M. Painter, J. Wallower, C. Hayes, C. Kaufmann, S. Wilfson, D. Saiontz, J. Melton. CONGENIAL-GET-TOGETHERS arc typical of Xlontiionierv Hall. Although not always a girls ' dorm, it definitely is now— just ask their Annapolis Hall neighbors! . . . highlight of the year is the annual " Mr. Montgomery " contest ... is it true that the candidates are invited to the dorm meeting preceding the contest? . . . sec- ond place in Homecoming decorations cli- maxed a week of hard work . . . divided into three separate governing units: West, Cen- ter, East . . . Kites fly high in Montgomery West, and they have a trophy to prove it from the KAT kite flying contest . . . known for other things as well, such as their singing house- mother, Mrs. Burnett . . . home of " the Coeds " . . . will the Annapolis boys ever forget the constantly drawn window shades? . . . noted for their cool teas . . . MONTGOMERY A, B, C HALL-Front Row: P. Edelman, J. Neiner, F. Fraley, J. Lang, M. Biuser, S. Burlee, E. Bruffey, W. Benedict, C. Kuhn, C. Savage, J. Loomis, B. Raeder. Second Row: M. Flow- ers, D. Eversman, D. Bell, B. West, K. Lynn, R. Funk, S. Wooley, K. Small, M. Bianchi, J. Sutphin, P. Winberry, N. Lewis, K. Trebilcock. Third Row: N. Luchini, N. Loew, treasurer; P. Davies, J. Fenner, vice president; J. Home, S. Moroose, E. Powell, R. Zeigler, D. Gibbas, S. Schecter, E. Hyde, S. Schner- ing, L. Markel. Last Row: F. Mauck, J. Clabaugh, president; P. Fribush, M. Mehl, C. LaPorte, M. Bottner, L. Hamann, E. O ' Brien, R. Palmere, K. Moore, S. Wiest, S. ' Kotzin, E. Wagner, B. Meyer, C. Baumann. MONTGOMERY HALL D, E, F, G-Fwnt Row: M McW ' liitf, I. lolinsoii, K. Parker, 1. V ' ea t-r, A. Wright, L. Sullivan, j. Rees, A. Schaetfr, V. Hicks, J. Maxa, j. Kayt ' , D. Eiiker. Second Row: B. Brooke, M. McNa- iiiara, ' . Ernst, president; B. HarcK ' , A. W ' ira, S. Mead, J. Spuras, M. Xogt, B. Wright, M. Sheehy, . Fisher, A. Headridge, J. Beall, N. Luke. Third Row: L. Allison, G. R ske vich, J. Anderson, D. Grist, B. Schaaf, B. Avers, J. Goodhand, J. Marin, B. Potzner, president; G. Roll, D. Kieu, A. Hervoldsheimer, G. Apostol. Fourth Row: B. Levin, B. Snow, J. Clark, D. Langdon, A. Wetael, R. Rathgeher, S, Woods, C. Klatt, B. Simmons, S. King, T. Hof ' fa, j. McKenney, |. Soper, R. Pearson, L. Menzel. Last Row: M. Trehil- cock, P. Sheehan, C. O ' Bryoii, H. Tennant, R. Moxley, B. Hurley, A. Louch, L. Ray, C. Kluckhuhn, (;. John- son, NL Znaniirowski, C. Ashby. Montgomery Center initiated tlie beach combers ' ball — a sure sign of spring fever . . . during agiiculture week, the girls milked 2.1 pounds of milk in four minutes in the annual milking contest . . . active in AWS, SGA cabinet, band, chorus, UT, Mortar Board, Diadem, Alpha Lambda Delta, and others . . . second place in the amuial turtle derb - . . . Mrs. Nasland looks forward to her Santa Glaus visitor . . . Winning the Marlboro contest won Mont- gomery East a new stereo . . . yearly Hal- loween party always lots of fun . . . house- mother, Mrs. Jackson, is a widely traveled Ahny wife . . . remember the T. ' . crowd . . . retired the blood trophy after winning for three semesters in a row . . . WRA softball champions . . . ALL HOME-EC Brent Hail. aniit taiiiilit ni Maiuari ' t 317 QUEEN ANNE ' S-Fronf Row: M. McGraw, C. Nizio- lek, J. Leviton, L. Petrisin, M. Kuhl, B. Weber, B. Spellman, I. Battaglia, H. Clayton, J. Disney, A. Shaw, C, Stouffer, A. Learman. Second Row: D. Ko- mianos, L. Gooding, J. Olstad, R. Lawton, R. Braund, D. Grae, B. Bloom, M. Nelson, M. Lovera, H. Sparti, P. Harrington, S. Swomley, S. Briele, J. Brusack, P. Slevin. Third Row: B. Finn, J. Wagner, D. Ellinger, L. Baxter, L. DuVal, R. Preziosi, J. Kraft, P. Prince, 1. Levin, L. Hutkins, B. Hillman, E. Lannd, S. Thomas, S. Brady, S. Irons. Fourth Row: S. Warfield, S. Earp, M. Morgan, A. Silver, B. Schimel, S. Wood- ward, R. Gatlin, H. Hullman, K. Price, B. Kawak, S. Hockett, R. Kessler, V. Glode, B. Brenner, K. Walsh, C. Bree. Last Roiv: N. Insley, A. Smith, J. WiUe, M. Battles, M. Sullivan, L. McCleary, B. Hamilton, S. Murphy, C. Schneider, J. Smith, M. Edwards, A. Hearne, M. Howie, A. Dicker, J. Stafford. THERE ' S MORE THAN ONE WAY to file a com- plaint. 318 Fun and gaiety prevail in the halls of this residence . . . women ' s dormitory first in scholarship for two years in a row . . . " trick or treat " party at Halloween raises money for a charitable cause . . . Mrs. Ellis, very under- standing and well-liked by all, assisted by Mrs. Winterberg . . . both housemothers hon- ored at annual Mothers ' Day Party . . . Christ- mas brings the mystery of " peanuts " . . . ac- tive in Angel Flight, chapel choir, women ' s chorus, Diamondback, ALD, Omicron Nu, and majorettes . . . highlight of the year is the popular Valentine Dance . . . oldest women ' s donii on campus pos- sessinjf comfortable, old lasliioiied atinos- plieie . . . boasts scholastic prestige as if is rated tiftli . . . housemotlu-r, Mrs. Mil- ler, always reach w itli a helping hand . . . l)ii .zer system and ti ' lephone chief means ol conmiunieation with the outside world . . . deeoratixc llaliowcen (.lance outstandinu; social tunction lor the -ear . . . troublesome IW . is alwa s on the blink . . . hostesses lor man impromptu sleddinu; parties behind dorm . . . ' AND THEY ' RE MINE, ail miin ST. MARY ' S HALL- Fron Row: S. Packard, C. Tli )iiii)s()Ti, K. Caldcr, H. Koko.ski, D. Atkinson, G. Gould, J. Pickftt, J. McBridf, B. Schultiiolt, |. (;al)is, S. Harris. Second Row: J. Webster, . Bildkin, M. Harris, ]. Harrison, B. Beachuni, B. Malioney, D. Mulrcad , P. Walter, L. Rvan, S. Odj ers, |. Bean, S. .Sinister. I). Will, . Seller. Third Row: s " . Marks, D. AJvez, K. Seeney, j. Hunimel, P. Hoswell, W Bark- le ' , G. Fiordaliso, J. Bailey, M. Rose, H. Pressman, . Stockton, F. Pifieon, N. Lovveth. Last Row: H. i])o jjiallo, J. Tuacek, P. Reisinjjer, M. Xale anko, H. Beattie, S. Monje, |. Dittniar, president: B. leskul- ski, A. Price. COME ON, k-f s do tlu- twist. Traditional Dime-a-Dance for campus chest is always a big hit . . . Freshman Prom Queen last year . . . represented in many ac- tivities such as A.L.D., Omicron Nu, Angel Flight, A.W.S., and dormitory council . . . Mrs. Phyllis Lewis, our capable house- mother, assisted by Mrs. Dixon . . . fireside chat with speaker from German embassy . . . honored by two outstanding Mortar Board members . . . ping pong trophy . . . some members find snow a new and fascinating experience . . . annual Parents ' Day tea and Homecoming decorations . . . SOMERSET- Fron Row: N. Heagerty, L. Hendei- .son, C. Callaway, M. Sullivan, M. Januska, J. Cook- son, A. Hendelberg, J. Magsamen, S. Norton, L. Os- borne, J. Jenkins, P. Hardy. Second Row: A. Schwartz, P. Cooper, C. Rush, B. Gleen, L. Jernigan, M. Keene, president; L. Hyssong, secretary; M. Lodge, K. Davis, E. Irwin, B. Fischer, M. Engerman, M. Prial, S. Bavtro, R. Rogers, B. Grace. Last Row: V. Elliott, C. Sarratt, S. Sebra, D. Wilcox, M. Seiler, B. Harney, S. Weeks, C. Pollitt, B. Etter, F. Sadowski, S. Sch- witzwe, J. Maynard, R. Phillips, J. Edwards. Jl J JL ' A: WICOMICO-Fronf Row: C. Gebert, I. Stag, J. Knisi-, J. Douglas, J. Clingan, C. Baer, B. Kaplan, B. Rakes, S. Bruce, D. Perlstein, C. Staley, J. Cassidy. Second Row: V. Siegel, C:. Morrow, S. Wood, B. Zelier, C. Carlock, S. (Jates, J. Burger, H. Weiiikam, P. Codd, j. Kkiii, S. Boose, B. Flail, J. Coady, F. Zalis, S. Seiiuiia, J. Johnson. Third Row: A. laconangelo, S. Wilson, B. Ernst, J. Kanarchuk, N. Mays, J. Small- wook, A. Evans, L. Zavadilski, P. Bedellski, S. Ninoi- tchka, P. D ' Amnion, treasurer; B. Starr, A. L ieber- niann, A. Clahor, K. SiKcr. Fourth Row: M. Mnrpln, C. Shallcross, X. Atkinson, B. W ' yatt, L. Sari, C. Weseoe, F. Little, R. Cooper, J. Donovan, J. Roby, E. Uhnan, M. BudotT, K. Moore, R. Peosacj, P. Dier- ing, S. Hircli, T. Eeldinan, E. Pinter. Lasit Row: K. Gordv, M. Kaplan, P. Harper, P. Hurwitz, M. Kelly, M. W ' iltong, N. Callaway, E. Binkley, W Hawkins, L. Highland, C. Proctor, C. Steiner, D. Johnson, S. Potash, C. Bensel. THE AFTER DINNER telephone line enlarges in anticipation of those special phone calls. Proiul o{ its bt ' iuitx , brains, and nian - ac- ti ities including Pledi c Queen, Mis.s Cecil Hall finalist, A.L.D., U.T., band, Women ' s Chorus, Angel Flight, W.R.A., and TERRAPIN members . . . Miss Trinkle, new full-time housemother after serving eight ears as assistant . . . her new assistant, Mrs. Woods . . . swinging social season with weekK ' popu- lar desserts . . . placed fourth in W.H.A. sports competition last far . . . annual Christmas part - comes eejuipped ith Santa and ekes . . . lazy spring afternoons spent sun-bathing between dorms . . . can ases and coffee added atmosphere to the beatnik part for campus chest . . . WORCESTER -Fronf Row: S. Meyers, B. Portmim, J. Clowes, L. Lassila, L. Walker, D. Stevenson, L. Hefler, secretary; J. Orgain, R. Hall, L. Harrison, G. Fitzgerald, M. Humherson. Second Rotf; F.Hayes, A. Chamberlin, S. Armacost, P. Kaulfnian, N. Stein, J. Light-orr, P. Miller, M. Laken, N. Windham, J. Ford, L. Chenworth, J. Sanostrom, S. Fangmeyer. Third Row: R. Hays, C. Harryman, M. Johnston, C. Gluidry, J. McArthur, M. Nelnis, A. Evans, M. Mc- Clung, S. Price, K. Moonly, J. Heppner, S. Whalen, D. Smith, S. Armstrong. Fourth Row: C. Swick, V. Sandera, D. Frew, M. Fessenoen, S. Grey, A. Mc- Cracken, D. Harkins, P. Walker, S. Corn, S. Walker, C. Davis, C. Mills, J. Lister, J. Gregory, J. Shemer. Last Row: M. Armour, M. Kerslake, J. Faulstich, L. Swartz, S. Wainwright, S. Johnson, D. Kessler, C. Coleman, S. Gray. WELL-PLANNED DESSERTS provide a means for meeting people. Proud of .second highest women ' s dorm academic average . . . Christmas party com- plete with Santa, presents, songs, and snr- prises — always fun for all . . . athletically inclined — first in WRA swim meet last year; second in bowling tournament ... a " sec- ond mother " to Worcester ' s girls is house- mother, Mrs. Carroll, known for her " south- ern belle " accent . . . activity minded — AWS, Angel Flight, F()I3, Diadem, elections, out- standing sophomore woman of the year . . . graced by two runners-up for Militar Ball Queen and fraternity sweethearts . . . dor- mitory of fun and lasting friendship . . . Men ' s Dorms . f I V 7 •f f ♦ iwy ALLEGANY UALL-Front Row: C. Key, S. Oren- stein, C. Miller, D. Pooley, G. Switzer, G. Harmeyer, R. Kreisel, W. King, president; R. Dochter, president; L. Fagan, vice president; G. Schoonoyer, secretary; W. Ford, D. Crosby. Second Row: B. Pierce, B. Har- per, F. Kale, J. Drymala, S. Ripley, L. Phaller, treas- urer; J. Quinlisk, faculty resident; T. Bartolec, fac- ulty resident; Mrs. Potter, housemother; J. Schoedler, faculty resident; R. Susel, resident assistant; J. Evans, resident assistant; G. Maxwell, P. Marques, B. Seaby, J. Bernsohn, J. Herman. Third Row: L. Starbuck, G. Opresko, vice president; C. Maxa, L. Evans, D. Easley, R. Webb, C. Connelly, C. Prout, B. Greer, W. Clingan, C. Geis, treasurer; P. Gross, F. Budwick, N. Grabner, D. Miller, R. Baer, R. Buschman, treas- urer; C. Wendt, C. Naughton, F. Mitchell, C. Dabrow- ski. Fourth Row: D. Fang, G. Bell, R. Nickerson, W. Leasure, S. McCabe, W. Insley, E. Brittingham, R. Frey, treasurer; J. Crook, J. Parran, A. Wycherley, J. Powell, T. Baldwin, C. Albert, P. Neal, f. demons, resident assistant; J. Krejci, secretary; J. Leimbach, J. Valcik. Fifth Row: D. Haitas, president; E. Quesen- berry, R. Owens, J. Wilson, R. Cysyk, vice president; R. Engles, W. Butcher, M. Enders, B. Grammer, vice president; D. Wright, vice president; C. Michael, R. Gilhooly, S. Edlavitch, C. Onken, president; B. Anderson, C. Dowden, W. Smith, G. Ciccone. Last Row: R. Craft, R. Augsburger, G. Reusch, R. Gniliam, L. Frye, B. Walker, J, Williams, R. Wu, J. Sabloff, W. Burkman, J. Williams, M. Pue, R. MacWilliams, A. Weiner, K. Fislier, E. Durivage, G. Mullenak, R. Rader, C. Brown, M. Board, J. Johnston. Allegany Hall HOW DO YOU put a square peg in a round hole? .J 324 Homecoming float and float party . . . dorm newspaper, " The Torcfi " . . . coffee hours with speakers fi ' om the faculty . . . Parents ' Day party . . . phxnning spring theme dance . . . intramurals, inchiding footljall and basketball . . . active in Free State Party . . . participate in SAM, dining hall committee, Career Week and varsity football and soccer teams . . . e.xcitement of fire in basement . . . coffee and donut hour from 10:00 to 11:00 p.m., Monday thru Thursday . . . Intraimiral haskt ' thall c hamps last car . . . on their va ' to football thainpionship this (, ' ar . . . once was a ,u ni . . . now athletes live instead of pla inji here . . . " jiirl watch- ing " neai " l) ' Nhjnt oniery Hall is another sport . . . social affairs include buffets in dining hall every weekend . . . tradition of watching television on Thursday nights . . . photo lab and amateur radio station down- stairs . . . activities of residents include foot- ball team; Engineering Honorar -, Tan Beta Pi; and " Platter Chatter " writer ior Diamond- hack . . . HE ' S ACROSS for six points, in spite of a stronji;ly cntrenclu ' ci oppositioTi. 0 " tgm, wa 1S9 ■nH li l ■■ " H m H ' H H Annapolis Hall ANNAPOLIS HALL- Front Row: H. Stall ' s, D. Grinu ' s, A. Tankersie , H. CJscliw andintT, L. Diiiiiiani, I. Kolnian, D. Waller, R. Marian!, vice president; D. C;lickinan, president; F. Yoiinl ins, treasurer; T. Al)l)ott, B. Blum, R. Litwin, H. I oddv, R. Marder. Second Row: B. Sachs, A. Feit, V. Malkus, D. Hoff- man, R. Basil, J. Updyke, E. Pusli, V. Miller, R. Bonas, J. Hurt, T. Marvel, J. Levin, T. Rinuh r, I. Banister, T. Sehaniniel. Third Row: M. Goldstein, C. railas, E. Tucker, C]. Stalimer, R. Gerdom, L. Bos- well, G. C;lass, J. Baar, H. Decker, R. Salzer, R. Skarr, J. Ackman, j. Ward, J. Plunimer, B. Kalten- haclier, T. Gollins. Last Row: S. Tannehaum, I. Wolt- son, R. Harrison, P. W ' xnian, . Fri ' und, S. Miller, N. Allen, T. lioNfr, E. Gliick, R. ' innnerman, R. Mannion. ,. ' f If t I t f f. t I iliil S •f f f f n f ANTIETAM- Front Row: D. Uhlfelder, R. Evans, resident assistant; H. Cole, S. Stine, E. Caplan, vice president; C. Barad, L. Rosenfeld, L. Black, G. Alessi, R. Jacohson, J. Hoffman, R. Robertson, J. Peacock. Second Row: J. Guckeet, vice president; M. Alber- sheim, R. Bloom, R. Davis, B. Williams, S. Pelovitz, S. Oppenheimer, J. Giordano, J. Cardarello, F. Eier- nian, R. Keisler, vice president; T. Quintilian, pres- ident; C. Jackson, F. Brubaker, J. Bast. Third Row: B. Clingan, resident assistant; F. Henning, ). Berry, G. Peacock, J. Heckendorf, D. Turner, G. Dolecek, C. DeVries, D. Thomas, J. Thompson, J. McCurdy, H. McCurdy, R. Loercher, treasurer; E. Cathell, W. Sprague, P. Aumack, C. Plitt. Fourth Row: A. Urban, .V D. Benevicz, C. Hankey, W. Kuhl, R. Krejci, E. Bury, K. Michlovitz, president; L. Miller, B. Winter, D. Ri chardson, D. Gordon, D. Kessel, N. Ackerman, D. Barnes, B. Bergeron, R. Algire. Fifth Row: W. Price, resident assistant; C. Hodge, W. Blair, D. Burgess, H. Carroll, M. Ahmuty, R. Trakas, L. Martin, R. Saslaw, G. Weingroff, M. Phillips, D. Wilson, M. Cecchini, S. Brand, A. Glushakow, A. Hill, T. Lyon, M. Sampson, J. Rains. Last Row: P. Goodenough, M. Field, L. Mellen, D. Wiles, G. Helmen, resident assistant; J. Eldridge, S. Jones, D. Riley, J. Marquette, D. Doeller, J. Ghadir, B. Pemberton, R. Lindner, vice president; W. Caldwell, S. Koelling. Antietam RECREATION FACILITIES in tlie T.D. Dining Hall. The Antietam Apartments . . . battle ot Antietam fought again across a volleyball net . . . congratulations to the administra- tion, all the chow-hounds are ne.xt to the dining hall . . . dances held in Preinkert and dining halls No. 2 and No. 3 . . . floats and float building parties . . . handy for hopping a freight train . . . the green grass . . . pri- vate street lights and all . . . many very suc- cessful desserts in the dorm . . . ' ery active donn in spoitinjif t eiits . . . houses several f()()tl)all players . . . also claims lacrosse and rcstliuji team memhcrs . . . scK ' ialK ' ineliiied as shown 1) man (k ' s- serts . . . hunous lor riots, too . . . South (Dixie), C ' enter (Mason-Dixon), North (Yan- kees) . . . wei ht-liitinji room . . . Christmas Part)- . . . sweet shop . . . BALTIMORE HALL- Front Row: A. Sitaias, L. BiIl)r()UKli, R. Dean, A. Bevvley, J. Boiler, J. Burkett, L. Applefeld, P. Shettler, S. Cohn, secretary; B. Hewitt, vice president; L. Goldstein, D. Hawkins, resident assistant; L. Laihson, treasurer. Second Row: C. Schneider, J. Marchione, B. Nicholson, J. Madej, president; E. Hartniann, J. DiPietro, P. Fienderson, " DEAR MOM, it ' s jnst like home Baltimore Hall W. Rhine, P. Gra ' , A. Tmnolo, E. Warren, C. Fox. Third Row: K. Haspert, S. Gross, J. Ziinniernian, J. W ' alston, T. Lowderniilk, H. (iastle -, D. Anstine, V. Sell, D. ' atts, resident assistant; A. Sandler, T. Kep- ner, A. Owen. Last Row: R. HeHrick, B. Saw er, L. Hiller, R. Adkins, P. Greenstreet, R. GrilTiths, R. Hendri.x. f -t- t ftiff t • ' M A. y SENE( BEL AIR U LL-Front Row: B. Propst, J. Broseker, D. Imwold, P. Maffson, L. Taylor, D. London, R. Good, R. Hess, H. Diehl, R. Soriano. Second Row: S. Chebithes, H. Schlesinger, R. Morgan, treasurer; R. Hull secretary; R. Werneth, vice president; B. Jones, president; W. Palijcziik, R.A.; M. Edwards, president; A. Todd, vice president; L. Babits, J. Car- ter, treasurer; H. Blum, secretary; R. Heck. Third Row: C, Fry, IVl. SantaLucia, F. Costello, F. Nitty, J. West, M. Speiser, M. Gayner, R. McFall, D. Ren- shaw, J. Evans, F. Lissau, P. Sacks, M. Benesch. Fourth Row: J. Seidler, C. Sykes, M. Shipley, E. Nest, R. Rice, R. N ' italone, R. Borkowski, P. Klatsky, J. Harr, R. Lewis, J. Routenberg, J. Craun, J. Manuel, J. Shugarnian. Fifth Row: W. Arnoult, J. Schofield, R. Snider, J. Riordan, J. Treat, VV. Dorough, T. Hull, W. Richardson, J. Lerda, H. Pearson, W. Parkin, L. Miller, J. Richard, ' . Roberts, J. Liccese, H. Crone, R. Canaday. Last Row: T. Elliott, R. Cooper, R. Ben- son, J. McDermott, B. Fischer, R. Mansperger, L. Cutler, G. Suljak, H. Settler, W. Seechuk , J. Wharton, W. Donnelly, D. Cronin, R. Cooksey. Bel Air Hall THE KINGSTON TRIO rides again. 328 -•urn, B jj - S ? IB i j mn New and very active dorm . . . soccer in the study hall . . . besides duck-chasing, sports play a big role . . . digging tunnel to Centreville . . . second place Homecoming float . . . first place in Red Cross Blood Drive . . . future plans include ice skating parties and Moonlight Dance on Centre- ville ' s rool . . . serenading our neighbors in the snow . . . Bel Air " Drakes " . . . vice president, treasurer, and Chief Justice of R.M.A. are residents . . . girl-chasing awards . . . long remembered desserts . . . acquired, lasting friendships . . . " ' rill ' trailiT Uanu " . . . iii.ilxiiiu tlir Nest ol Iro .fii piprs . . . piK ' iiiiionia, the nsult ol laU ' -nij lit Tlu ' ta watch iii.u . . . l)lack tats, ilcad cats from the Zoolo s dcpaitiiuiit . . . ■ ' no sunhathiiiu on trailer tops " . . . |uTnl)o ' s food stoic (loiny fine . . . nnicli social lifi ' , in- cluding nian ' desserts . . . first place in Blood Drixes and in Trailer OKnipics . . . " Battle of Antietam " dcpictetl at iloniecoinin . . . residents acti e in I FC, RMA, and in various honoraries . . . THE ARMY nc- cr luid it like tiiis! i;ii: ' r ' - Belvedere BELVEDERE-Fronf Row: C. Lin, T. Hurlock, J. Mi ' gonigal, R. Jones, F. W hitman, E. Hair, W. Spenee, 1). Madison, B. Hunjierford, D. Roop, P. Prinz, presi- dent; I. Stewart, E. Cincotta, K. Zeigler, P. Hauers- teld. Second Row: M. CInistain, P. King, V. Ridgley, T. Wliisenand, R. Sil)Iey, D. Crimes, C Maddin, J. Bryk, M. Davis, viee president; D. Dinkel, C. Clark, R. Anders, ice president; I. Sample, [. Reich. Third Row: K. Marx, B. Ensor, C.Myers, P. Wright, R. Wil- liams, D. Phillips, R. Fvennie, ]. Brown, C ' . Cdenn, I). Dow, C. Dannon. j. Hottiiiuer, C. Cihlis, R. Phil- lips, T. Sn der, treasnrer. Fourth Row: W . Knigiiton, A. Tankersley, resident assistant; J. Klair, president; M. Noble, J. Hine, resident assistant; A. Beilen, M. Ryan, M. Saunders, S. Blvthe, S. Krosin, K. Bulli ant, J. Crahl), P. Smith, C. Davens, B. Fiook, C. Pearl. D. Dean. Last Row: R. Davis, j. erdeccia, J. Laird, J. Fidridge, S. Jones, R. Huehuer, secretar ; |. Peacock, I. Heckendorf, F. Clanjon , J. Scott, A. MacKenzie, C. W ' ehland, G. Moxon, M. Meyer, C. Duncan, ice presi- dent " A " ; R. Smith, S. S ' liper. J. Banz, NL Field. ,. ' f f T f » f ■ f 1 1 ' t 1 1 f. f 1 1 1 CALVERT HXLh-Fiont Row: J. Pteiter, G. Lu, E. Williamson, J. ZeheleiUi, A. Caiswell, R. Crabbs, vice president; W. Pentecost, C. Wiedecker, M. Weidmann, N. Gibson. Second Row: F. Krawczel, T. Bode, M. Lieberman, A. Eisenberg, T. Hubbert, Q. Dolelek, R. Hopkins, S. Barone, D. Whiteford, faculty resident; B. Granger, R. Vass, resident as- sistant; R. Pulido, resident assistant; F. Johnson, J. Smith, ' . Neradka. Third Row: B. Selig, B. Scheible, D. Samuels, R. Grouse, W. Shortall, L. Blackwell, M. Guercio, D. Raska, W. Raivel, P. Plowman, treas- urer; B. Deppa, president; J. Burger, president; D. Greek, R. Perkins, H. Jarre ' ll, D. Grockett, R. Heit- man, J. Holzman. Fourth Row: C. Biscoe, S. Smith, G. Fleischer, V. Matheney, W. Gonnell, R. Easmann, D. Yingling, J. Strickland, W. Katzel, F. Blahut, L. Walls, G. Emery, R. Kalpas, G. Sober, E. Barrow, R. Flanigan, R. Neumuller. Fifth Row: E. George, W. Farnandis, R. Glass, A. Shiiin, G. Wilhelm, S. Fisher, S. Formanek, secretary; N. Young, J. Hicks, M. Boz- man, G. Grouse, T. Winebrener, C. Pooley, F. Ze- lenka, C. Stephens, president; J. Gavallaro, B. Moore, ice president; J. Ptaft, G. Redmond. Last Roiv: D. Sheehan, R. Sutton, W. Slater, B. Smith, G. Otto, J. Thompson, P. McOrmond, treasurer; A. Stone, J. Kyne, E. Fornil, J. Cullison, president; C. Noran- brock, J. Thompson, W. Denny, J. ' artabedian, J. Griffin, J. Blake, vice president; R. Wishart. Calvert Hall THE EYES are a perfect likeness; Init, oli tli at hair! Situated on the edge of the Gulch . . . oldest dorm on campus . . . houses dormitory Sweet Shop . . . APO in basement . . . campus radio station VVMUC also in basement . . . new lounge facilities for desserts in each section . . . housemother, Mrs. Anne Badger . . . enthusiastic participants in football and basketball intramurals had a winning football team . . . accent on academic and cultural aspects of university life . . . namesake of Charles B. Calvert . . . Honor (lonii . . . who ot a }.()? . . . iloor stealing parties . . . sliaxiiiji cri ' ain battles . . . siiorts acti itifs iiicluclc halcouN ' loothall, darts, si ' coiul floor basketball, tourtli floor soccer games, and a first floor swiininiiijf pool . . . luit, more furniture? . . . why is the ice lorminti on the rachator? . . . rat on the fourth floor . . . w f want a fire chill . . . Clamboat, track and swinnninji stars. Kappa Kappa Psi President, and member of " Who ' s W ' lio ' can l)e found in (Cambridge . . . (. ' at C alHnji; As- sociation . . . snack l)ar . . . doing homework on tlie w indow sills . . . left, left, left, right, left ... AND WE ' LL do it auain next yi-ar! Cambridge Hall CAMBRIDGE HALL-Fro»i7 Row: W . Wicklfss, H. Bragg, A. P iith, H. Nadoi, C. Mifler, L. W ' yatt, 1 . Zunser, D. Trust, J. Nelly, G. Gump, D. Hul er, ice president; N. Neei ' , president; E. Barron, R. r Kalpas, D. Monos. Second Row: H. Hiitcliins, E. Hur- J le , Q]. Keene ' , R. Wessel, F. Downey, W. Swogeil, ' W. Hart, D. Heinnndler, P. Gannnell, L. Hodgso n, H. W ' eenis, president; j. ' ezend ' , president; F. Huff- num, president. Third Row: E. Simpson, T. Zieliin, R. Huniphre , H. Liipien, R. Lipnick, D. Bowers, R. Beale, W. Fal)er, W. Boekniiller, (;. lU-rts, H. Rohey, R. All)erts, I. Gawryluk, G. Sober, 1). Sher- wood, R. Gilnian. Fourth Row: P. Gluiney, iee presi- dent; J. Smith, F. Zorick, R. Oakes, R. Barthel, D. Hicks, |. S()ko itz, W. Smitii, J. Sundstrom, R. Orem, Edeistein, M. Hoxie, M.Wliite, G. Adams, B. Lacher, R. Fredericks. Last Row: ). Bergidor, R. Garl, B. Harte, P. Qninn, G. Kndewitz, J. Porter, R. Rea, J. Bethke, R. Allen, R. Brown, A. tremper, (i. Gott- wals, M. Higlistein, G. King, G. Rhnd ' , R. Malcolm, treasurer; W. fohnson, T. McGart . »UJ % ' w f 1 1 Z JL CATOCTIN HALL-Front Ro w: W. Hagemann, T. O ' Connor, D. Lessner, A. Etridge, R. Davis, G. Ran- kin, J. Eldiidge, R. Smith, D. Brenneman, J. Dadmun, J. Park, J. Mund, F. Sterrett, D. Goodkind, J. Kel- ler. Second Row: M. McMahon, J. Banz, M. Field, A. Nowaskey, R. Ranere, A. Lloyd, C. Null, R. Williams, C. Mellen, W. Lamdin, J. Emerson, R. Getz, A. Cote, A. Gomberg, C. McLaughlin, vice president. Third I ' H, 7 i i Row: C. Noel, R. Nieberlein, J. Griffin, W. Chalmers, J. Brown, P. Fingads, R. Bourdon, P. Ertel, president; B. Sauter, J. Marter, M. Jackley, president; C. New- man, N. Welch, J. Smith, O. Dow, D. Kresslein. Last Row: G. Peacock, R. Worsham, G. Moxon, R. Walker, ]. Heckendort, R. Klemm, W. Toomev, E. Moses, J. Schneider, M. Kiik, L. Helly, ' . Kah ' l, B. Fisher, j. Graef, N. Belt, H. Lowe. Catoctin BUT TRAILERS aren ' t allowed on Route 66. For rent: spacious two-room suite with luxurious bath inckiding two sinks . . . eonies complete with cooking facilities — when the R.A. isn ' t looking . . . private entrance . . . located within commuting distance of cam- pus . . . only dorm with basketball court in lobby . . . Resident Men ' s Association social chairman . . . major league basketball player . . . special fallout of carbon 12, worse than strontium 90 because it can be seen and smelled . . . boasts the hungriest mice on campus . . . Dorm of the Year Award . . . annual dance, Miss Cecil Hall is chosen . . . hold coftee hours and fireside sings . . . service keys presented to outstanding hoys in the dorm at the Awards ' Hanquet . . . Homecoming float . . . resident s are active in the Kngineering Honorary, Tau Beta Sigma; and Political Science Honorary, Pi Sigma Alpha . . . also claim tlie Independent Men ' s Representa- ti c ' . . . lounge for desserts . . . dorm news- paper . . . high averages . . . THERE ARE EGGHEADS at Maivlaml, Cecil Hall jigg2i g CECIL HXLL-Front Row: P. Stallone, S. Goldlarl), W. Tio), j. Kit ' fttT, G. Bfiiiu ' tt, sec rt ' tar ; W. Kirehiro, ife president; R. Haidvvick, facult ' resident; J. CJeiswiiikler, resident assistant; T. Ha den, president; P. Hapliel, treasurer; M. Walsh, C. Hujihes, H. Amos, M. Laprioia, D. Willis. Second Row: T. C ould, C. asko, H. Sliafer, A. C apizzi, H. Kunkel, S. (ioldnian, E. Mar, M. Caplan, E. Wav, C. Lenlioff, M. Dauher- nian, R. Dahl, W. Hamnuiker, M. Hays, H. Rutlead, j. Bloom. Third Row: J. Fuca, A. Mehlman, L. Fried- man, L. Lipin, J. Andrews, J. Stevens, N. Liniar, M. Lent ., J. Gro en, L. Holme, R. Leatlieruood, D. Snider, K. Tegges, P. Bouker, E. Dworkin. Fourth Row: J. Keys, R. Fischer, A. Hand , J. Spiiu ' lla, . . Mescr, S. Bntkner, C. Covvne, S. Palmer, W. B ers, R. Christ, R. Frese, R. Osier, S. Taml)uro,W. Murphy, B. Gotthelf, G. Slaybaugh, L. James. Last Row: R. Eskow, G. C ascio, 1 . Frederick, J. Windisch, R. Rod- riquez, J. Middlestadt, R. Heil, J. Jackson, A. Mry- ncza, G. Sagel, A. Thompson, F. Morsey, W. Bowers, J. Browning, J. Brown, R. Weems, ice president; NL Dillon, G. Gump. r f f 1 1 f jut 1 1 r • ft -J L t f t r HH «. f f « f S- J CHARLES HALL-Front Rou;; J. Pincus, A. Blum- berg, I. Robinson, C. Berenholtz, S. Snyderman, J. Henley, president; R. Boileau, president; Mrs. Potter, house director; R. Lepson, president; H. Bauer, P. Guckenberger, M. Funk. T. Shawker, R. Benchoff, T. Ogden. Second Row: H. Cole, L. Smith, V. Webb, H. Macurda, A. Feelemyer, H. Murray, R. Hawkins, R. Collins, R. Seabrook, C. Obrecht, S. Hash, D. Baldwin, C. Starner, C. Mastropaolo, K. Eckels. Third Row: P. Hansen, R. Nyborg, E. Oles, M. Lippincott, G. Sima, G. Reagle, D. Droneburg, B. Barr, R. Ring- ger, R. Annesley, H. Schull, M. Friedel, treasurer; M. Patashna, D. Shipley, H. Ramsburg. Last Row: E. Cohen, J. Pasko, B. Dansie, I. Starf, D. Kelley, F. Kelly, J. Wells, T. Donohue, J. Schelz, W. Dorn, G. Mahol, M. Sweren, S. Rudick, D. Mowry, G. Dun- nigan, A. Gould. Charles Hall ft fi i fi ' SBi!! " FOR MEDICINAL purposes of course! 334 Sankovitch, Rock, Poniatowski, Van Reenan — varsity football players . . . blown out transformer . . . engineering honorary . . . Berube the crawler — also does butterfly . . . soccer team — Miller and Krs .. . . invasion last May . . . two ducks from Adelphi . . . and then the police . . . Diamondback headlines . . . illustrated . . . Lacrosse and Kenworthy . . . the headstand . . . the fall . . . the hole in the wall of 202 . . . distinguished guests — Dean Borreson, Father Tepe, and an FBI agent . . . fire alarm at 8:00 AM . . . president of Senior Class . . . beach party on the Bay . . . First new dorm to make lieiulliiies . . . and how! . . . excellent social committee . . . movies of world spots . . . three desserts a week . . . wjio was that hoy pushed on the Centreviile elexator? . . . pencil sharpener . . . already outstanding in athletics . . . ten- nis and golf letternien . . . the animal will win the heavyweight class . . . Spartans . . . Bahy Huey, Burgerbits, The Hermit, and Frog Ha (len . . . serenading the complex with tlieir beautiful sounds of music . . . wait- ing for the phone by the shack . . . soleless shoes . . . what a hike! . . . awakening to the deafening drills . . . r ABANDON NOT HOPE, all ye who cntci Ikt.- ' wWj ' HHli HlHeKC - ♦S ' iSskWi . .T ' . Mi t. ' Chestertown Hall CHESTERTOWN HALL- Front Row: F. Hooper, L. Shaicosky, K. McLeod, D. Bauhlitz, vice presi- dent; W. Stinson, treasurer; D. Boyd, president; G. Connor, president; S. Ratiiff, vice ' president; M. Wolf, treasurer; W. Collier, A. Heller. Second Row: V. Burke, I. Watkins, R. Brundelre, R. Cecil, 1. Federici, R. Ronihro, A. Kassolis, C. Zalis, W. Brill, D. Scherr, D. Fleischniann, M. Leighton-Herrmann, W. Holland, J. Menzel. Third Row: P. Schulkin, F. Chanfi, M. X ' oonherg, M. Potter, R. Collura, R. Hay- den, W. Heilnian, R. Harrin on, M. Katz, L. Gandel, T. Pliipps, T. Carski, F. Sprinjjer, V. Needliani, R. •■» ' -r. » ..•■- r-- ' Fowler, A. Culiner. Fourth Row: J. Muherlg, J. Cavoures, R. Stasch, M. Keil, J. CJainor, R. McKelvy, H. Belsky, W. Godlu, I. Castellon, K. Anderson, D. Willis, J. Quinn, T. Plummer, R. StelTensen, H. Mor- gan. Fifth Row: R. Carroll, S. Spitzer, J. Marshall, R. McCleary, A. Moore, R. Klinker, W. Statter, J. Harris, E. Ezrine, M. Brooks, G. Dick, K. Mont- gonierN ' , J. Middleton, L. Sturgill. Last Row: R. Rodgers, R.A.; J. Ba.xter, P. Kahler, S. Weiner, R. Terchek, D. Hope, J. McCuire, M. Antonaskas, D. Himgerfbrd, ' . Schnialhach, G. Rayme, G. Ritiniller, W. Hartlev, C. Roberts, |. Sollowav. Yf f,?|.|.tt V I « .h u s 1 ra FREDERICK H LL-Front Row: W. Martin, T. Cornblatt, J. Gray, C. Bowman, D. Allen, D. Evirs, president; A. Miller, M. Lum, vice president; W. Hause, M. Erly, D. McKay. Second Row: K. Palmer, T. Strohm, J. Smith, R. Schmidt, R. Rader, G. Orton, R. Schmidt, W. McKinzey, J. Castrilli, L. Tippett, R. Jones. Third Row: B. Bittel, M. Wiseman, C. Croft, R. xMusch, W. Munson, L. Shelton, D. Wirak, W. Rubin, M. Schwartz, R. Laurance. Fourth Row: J. Cooney, J. Quinlan, B. Bowman, E. Paulis, P. Dib- bern, L. Carroll, secretary; H. Dykes, M. Rosenfeld, L. Paskoff, R. Knibb, L. Radinsky, M. Bass. Last Row: G. Turner, C. Koeneman, W. Miller, C. VanNess, L. Bahr, S. Holden, B. Springer, S. Barr, J. Williams, G. Levin, R. Yost. Frederick Hall OH, THOSE quiet Saturday afternoons. Condie lives here . . . third place in foot- ball intramurals . . . Tau Beta Phi ... a freshman swimmer . . . the Syracuse game . . . Condie Hall . . . sheet out window . . . Father Tepe and the econ. professor . . . monthly culture . . . Zal ' s coffee hour . . . five engineers . . . fourth year for philanthropy project . . . annual orphans ' Christmas party ... St. Joseph ' s in Washington . . . but the girls backed out . . . second place in horse- shoe intramurals . . . new and old sections . . . four year old wing . . . normal guys . . . 336 Winning Homecoming float — " One Hun- dred Kift -tour Years of Progii ' ss " ... a hig terrapin . . . too l)ig . . . tropin- meeting at 8:30 . . . Zoology building . . . Phi Eta Sigma . . . plaque from Garrett County . . . Program Connnittee . . . Hearts tournament . . . sled parties and ha ' rides . . . Blood Drive . . . swimming team . . . four desserts in two mon- tlis . . . whistles out windows . . . founded 1947 . . . varsity football . . . softball semi- finals . . . big party for boys and dates . . . home of vice president in Severna Park . . . WEEKEND WARRIORS arc ever witli us l)ut trom Fri(la ' to M )ii(la tlicxrc iumi itli us. Garrett Hall GARRETT H hL- Front Row: J. Harrison, (). Flct- flu ' r, E. Heiiiie, D. Fl iiii, R. Renott, ice president; j. (Mow, president; C. Scurto, secretary; T. Cooney, R. Ruggiero, J. Mitsud, D. Nemier. Second Row: J. Hilker, M. Mar, R. Para, P. Lovrencic, P. Roberts, G. Sokol, L. Woo, M. Anderson, J. Bradley, H. Acker, L. Tavlor. Third Row: l. l rvaiit, A. Fleshnian, H. Flicliman, L. Cutlett, R. Downey, C. Compton, P. Cohan, W. Dvson, W ' . Hamilton, R. Clow, M. Ling. Last Row: F. Blazek, H. Mallow, V. Phillips, B. Schwartz, M. Isernian, G. Doebler, X. Goiinaris, R. Reader, D. Trivits , C. Sachs, P. Cavanaugh. s J f ■ f f f • t HARFORD HALL- Front Row: R. Hackett, resident assistant; F. Michny, R. Kronberg, T. Hamer, J. Beck- ham, Mrs. Hugg, house director; D. Kocher, president K. Uttenreither, H. Dail, W. Morley, H. Burns, R Wooten. Second Row: T. Staley, treasurer; B. Pielke J. Eurich, H. Wampler, P. Faustman, F. Bell, R Dworkowski, H. Berzofsky, T. Tinder, W. Boyd, J Striegel, VV. Schuerholz. Third Row: K. Mort, T Pavlovsky, J. Pietrzak, R. Pelham, R. Pickering, R Robillard, H. Fender, J. McGuirk, R. Mehl, D. Wil- moth, R. Newcomer, S. Smith. Fourth Row: J. Rabbitt, D. Young, L. Townsend, D. Utz, R. Bearden, W. Thomas, G. Spedden, E. Schneider, J. Swick, H. Reese, C. Johansen, T. Statham, B. Wooten, D. Stev- ens. Last Row: L. Levine, J. Feustle, C. Strobel, B. Dinsmore, R. Kraelins, G. White, E. Volcjak, J. Sch- neider, C. Lotz, J. Klvac, R. Hancock, vice president; G. Kaye, G. Uphani, R. Boileau. Harford Hall DON ' T LAUGH -it ' s my blind date. The largest single men ' s housing unit on campus . . . residents are participants in the popular campus sports . . . varsity football, soccer, lacrosse, swimming . . . other sports enthusiasts are active in intramural sports . . . even weight-lifting tinds its place in Har- ford Hall life . . . Homecoming, and naturally a float-building party . . . Christmas spirit reaches a peak in Harford ' s traditional party, highlighted with a dorm band . . . the dorm lounge assures relaxation and good times with a built-in hi-fi . . . popular aids to Har- ford ' s social life are frequent desserts . . . 338 Smallest house on campus . . . second place tor " dorm of the year " . . . highest house average . . . C hristmas party for or- phange, bottles and pennies for Campus Chest, and annual dorm picnic are among the various activities . . . Ivy League fireside chats . . . terrific Howard reject basketball team . . . fish bowl sports between upper and lower classmen ... an opossum visitor . . . sociology 64 majors ' " interesting lecture " . . . A.C.C. wrestling champion, R.M.A. athletic and awards chairmen, solicitation chairman for Campus Chest, and band mem- bers are a few residents of Howard Hall . . . FIRE EXTENSION DORMITORY - »» Row: U . Stehle, M. Magee, J. Crisni;uin, W. .Miles. Last How: C. Wareheim, A. O ' Neill, C. Wright, j. Routh, R. Williams. Howard Hall HOWARD HALL-Front Row: E. Fornian, T. Jack- son, V. Schwcjd, R. .Smith, st ' cretary-treasurtT; F. Hill, president; G. Ray, vice president; S. Bowen, D. BaTidiere, P. Dugent, M. Smith. Second Row: ]. Hartman, F. Mersinger, G. Topping, (J. Steelherg, B. Clutter, R.A.; 1. Bam, A. Campbell, E. Gillis, R. Edwards, R. Stetler. Last Row: R. Willasch, R. Sch- lossnagle, . . Hunt, R. Merson, j. Talley, G. .Shaw, B. Lul)l)ert, H. Lipsitz, M. Hare. ,n KENT HALL-Front Row: E. Hudson, resident as- sistant; P. Timin, J. Trunibauer, D. Spence, J. Kunkel, treasurer; G. Roemer, president; G. Kibby, vice presi- dent; S. Mirabile, A. Varga, W. Riddle, ' E. Everett. Second Row: J. McEwan, H. Cassell, R. Milan, M. Schneider, G. V ' idela, J. Bayne, J. Ross, W. Sheppe, f f f f J. Myers, J. Happ. Third Row: J. Benner, F. Martin, C. Santoni, G. Haven, E. Brager, S. Brewer, G. Binker, D. Specht, f . Harding, G. Bowers. Last Row: R. Heer, V. Guida, G. Miller, H. Steelberg, T. Hare, L. Howard, J. Arford, F. Parker, R. Herberg. Kent Hall NOT REALLY left i)ank-just left out! Famed in tlie past for snow fun . . . pass- ers-by had many thrills and narrow escapes during the dare-devil tray slides last winter . . . social events, supposedly e.xtra-curricular, are never passed up in favor of eurrieular events ... a shanty rowboat — " IndeiDendent Boat Ride " of Spring, 1961 . . . the men of Kent Hall consider individualism synony- mous with a collegiate spirit . . . Unique in tlu ' creation of an lionoiai soc ' iftN ' within the doiin . . . spirit hrims omt into social exiMits, making desserts popular and IretjuiMit . . . W ' oocK ' and liis lanious dane- iiiU slioes . . . liall a lii-li to distnri) llie rules eoininittee . . . another popular distrac- tion— 3 a.m. pokiT . . , sports participation e - tendinu into all fields, with freshmen es- pecialK acti c . . . an e ei " -iead ' memher of the College Park Fire Department . . . one of the most " attracti ( " lonnj es on campus . . . OUR SECURITY ' S THERE, it ' s our ' { " ((Idy lU.ir. Prince George ' s Hall PRINCE GEORGES HALL- Front Row: S. Mintz, L. lU ' iiistcin, N. Myer.s, T. (ioiitcr, treasurt-r; B. Hott- man, ict ' president; W. Asciie, president; R. Harris, A. Di.xon, E. Starl , J. Mister, W. ' espernian. Second Row: P. I.oinhardo, S. Hearne, C;. Sniitli, j. . lurpliy, R. Wilinoth, D. Butler, R. Counilian, V. Peacock, B. Henderson, R. Skeha, C:. Florv. Third Row: |. Glenn, |. Caniplull, |. Zedoskv, P. Pendort, W. Houjih, A. Smith, H. Kell, J. Paff, C. Peterson, A. For- nian, K. L ' iich, R. L ncli. Last Row: M. Kl)erl -, M. Bogasli, R. Klohr, |. Bartelt, C. .Shii)le , K. Konopasek, R. E ans, R. O ' Xeill. R. alls, W . Muilinix, M. Pteiier. TALBOT HALL- Front Row: A. Zaliier, P. Hecker, G. Cook, D. Santarella, J. Hull, vice president; L. Szeliga, president; R. Heisler, S. Kriso, L. Greenawalt, faculty resident; W. Huska. Second Row: D. Donharl, D. Insley, A. Bounds, T. Wilson, W. Woryk, G. Mac- Millan, R. Baker, W . Ghner, D. Aiken, D. Cober, treasurer. Last Row: W. Oakley, F. Kravitz, T. Berl, B. Kozlowki, J. Phillips, R. Ater, A. Johnson, W. Best, D. Goodman, G. Wu. Talbot Hall WATCHING THE GIRLS go by 342 Sitting on the steps watching? . . . right in the center of campus, Talbot takes advantage of their prime position . . . getting close-up looks; entering into all activities, especially spur-of-the-moment ideas on exam pre-study day when all the lights go out . . . reminisc- ing always brings forth the story of the Navy goat and his quick trip through Talbot . . . hi-fi fanatics broadcast their collection to anyone crossing campus on winter evenings . . . hating to miss out on anything, residents participate in intrannnals, campus activities . . . two famous varsity hoopmen . . . did they ever find out who blockaded tliat road last year? . . . A new residence . . . their oal: to estah- lisli theniselxt ' s in eanipns actixities . . . conntcd anions the residents are nian ha- ti ' initN pk ' djies, lorniiT Ci.I. ' s, sexi-ral trans- fer students . . . social e (.Mits, hi-cinent and popuhir, inchidi ' chnners, k ' ctures h ' arious pioh ' ssors, desserts . . . ' I ' .D. No. 3 is al a s well-represented in Trailer ()I nipics and in- traniurals . . . C-hristnias spirit in the form ot Uift baskets to area orpluin lionies . . . did any- one notice the new coat ot paint? . . . ICI W [ t JkL " jt T Kk ' A w W ' mJ B j| -f J ) H ' H BkM H ASETHETIC VALUES tnuillv liit dornutorv life. T.D. 3 TEMPORARY No. 3-Fro if Row. D. Goettee, L. FiresttT, J. C:()steil(), B. Sigel, K. Zacherle, N. Taylor, residiMit assistant; W. Debeliiis, resident assistiuit; B. Enjilish, resident assistant; Ci. Dean, . Harrison. Second Row: S. ' an Sco ()c, j. Congnet, J. Thompson, I. Hiordan, M. Santa Lucia, ]. Treat, I. Wood, R. Drozd, W. Noll, W. Harris. Third Row: C. Deidrick, W. Newman, L. Morton, F. Frahizzio, treasurer; R. Fein- berg, iee president; C Pe ton, CJ. Barr, C Morri- son, C. Clemson, A. I arK . Fourth Row: E. Hanson, G. Daley, I. Lee, R. ()in cki, D. Rohhins, . Howard, S. Bradley, W. Stoekdale, L. N ' ogt, T. Heai -, R. Kes- sler, (;. Moore. Last Row: E. Bell, L. Hurle , J. Glarke, R. Mellen, D. Gra es, president; G. lirinton, L. Burn, R. W ' itten, V. Meredith, P. Goodwin, . . Pokoray, I. Nicholas. « f t r f € ' t, I f fjj.f » f I f. ' WASHINGTON HALL- Front Row: S. Shewchuk, M. Pietrowiak, M. Guss, secretary; M. Tapper, R. Schaub, R. Ragland, J- Ingangi, president; L. Watrous, Sergical, D. Harris, vice president; W. Kurinij, resi- dent assistant; D. Wagner, W. Grey, W. Dunson, A. ' ogelsang, T. Wenzing. Second Row: H. Conklin, J. Denning, G. Hoggins, B. Sapperstein, N. Fine, J. Urlock, W. Leibowitz, F. Marasco, J. Rnhs, H. Ous- tecky, K. Wehmann, B. Tayman, O. Walker, B. Hill, y fi 1 m: " W. Hoerl. Third Row: J. Sheesley, J. Faniola, presi- dent; J. Costello, J. Lund, secretary; J. Moysey, C. Wise, H. Slott, C. Gordon, treasurer; D. Rudgers, J. Stalloue, S. Spero, B. Fox, T. Gonklin, W. McCarthy, C. Wallenhorst. Last Row: E. Graves, C. Mundurloh, R. Hoffman, G. Holloway, J. Oliver, L. Tyler, P. Spitler, L. Coulbv, M. Lynch, D. Gibson, H. Cross, D. Harris, W. Kelley, B. ' Zerller. Washington Hall CAREFUL, MARTY! if : Most " visiting " dorm on campus because Washington Hall has no lounges, and all desserts must be held in the girls ' dorms . . . own athletic equipment and impromptu soc- cer games are held between the first and second floors during (juiet hours . . . holds record for num])er of broken windows during snowball lights . . . tradition of watching Baltimore (]olt games Sunday afternoons on portable television sets . . . Greeks I f f iff ALPHA CHI OMEGA- Front Row: K. Keller, D. Young, M. Gray, corres. secretary; N. Lohr, vice president; Mrs. DeHas, housemother; A. Whiton, president; B. McGarvie, P. Landrum, treasurer; K. Kinsella, rec. secretary; M. Irving. Second Row: C. Mayer, B. Bland, J. Schlaudecker, C. Byrd, J. May, C. Stewart, P. DeAmico, K. Fahres, B. Beck, J. Camp- bell, J. Hopkins, C. Schwartz, C. Savage. Third Row: B. Williams, G. Gentile, D. Oursler, J. Lindsay, P. Salloom, K. King, P. White, D. Wood, B. Mintz, E. LaMacchia, M. Kellerman, M. Kies, L. Fuller. Fourth Row: S. Smith, B. Skinner, P. Scott, J. Disney, F. Wyand, W. Watts, S. Warren, S. Copony, S. Brown, B. Mathieu, C. Klimik, A. Reck, S. VanOrder, M. Madi- gan, M. Stant, M. Wood. Last Row: S. Horn, M. Hen- derson, C. Strickland, J. Roundy, J. Stover, B. Raeder, J. Trossevin, B. Vrana, S. Thomas, D. Opie, R. Bou- cher, P. Missel. X Q, WE ' VE ALWAYS had trouble with our busboys. Christmas especially cheerful at the Laurel Children ' s Home when the Alpha Chi ' s come caroling . . . their philanthropy for cerebral palsy victims . . . members ac- tive all around campus . . . Free State secre- tary, Freshman class secretary and legisla- ture, Sophomore class vice president, junior legislature, UT, Diamondback news eaitor, and honoraries including Omicron Nu, Sigma Tau Epsilon . . . pride upon placing second in Sophomore Carnival . . . third place in WRA participation-remember co-ed volleyball? . . . Pledge Queen second rvmner-up, agricultural (jueen, Military Ball Queen, fraternity sweetheart . . . Forget your shoes and sport tliosc red SOX, it ' s time for the annual ADI ' i ' lU-d Soe lh)p ' . . . sehohuship and honoraries sueh as Alpha Lambda DeUa, Dean ' s List, Mortar Hoard, Phi Chi Theta, and Sigma Tau Ep- sih)n, to name a few . . . beauties supreme with Sopliomore Prom court and Sig Ep swei ' theart and princess . . . Angel Flight, Diamondhack, Free State, FOB, SCiA legis- lature, sponsors of Sports Da . . . who owns the Uni ersity Theatre Key?. . . sound of music is always heard at the ADPi house . . . president of Madrigal singers, chapel choir, and women ' s chorus all combined to win in last N ' car ' s Interfraternit ' Sing with " He ' s Gone Away ' . . . PRACTICING HARD foi- a second I.F. Siny Award. id 1 ■h A n ALPHA DELTA P - Front Row: D. Chambers, P. Reed, J. Reieh, Cf. Nussbauin, treasiuer; Mrs. Cooley, housemother; K. VVliite, president; C. Moore, re- cording secretary; G. Hainas, S. Matthews, corre- spo nding st ' cretar . Second Row: S. H() le, j. l uckner. B. Bixhy, D. Gleason, N. Long, P. Lotze, P. Kehoe, M. Carhart, J. Taylor, . Warhol. Last Row: J. Picha, M. Nicholls, E. Powers, S. Maury, C " . Stark, M. Lerch, K. Martin, M. Nelms, L. Edwards, M. Smith. .■ ' - -: ■i.L 4 ' . :i IT ' S ALL ill the game a tast liand ot Bridge. " Hearts of sacred memories " . . . captur- ing the scholarship trophy . . . " Love Through the Ages " — win at Sophomore Carnival with Sigma Chi ... a night to remember . . . the Phi Sigma Delta dessert — the beginning of the end . . . surprises galore . . . the triple decker bed from the Phi Kaps — compliments of SAE . . . kitty, kitty . . . organized crime — pledge skip night . . . AEPhi ' s displaying authority everywhere — active on publica- tions, SGA, Mortar Board, " Flying Follies " . . . anyone for Bridge? . . . twisting the se- mesters away . . . sisters, devoted sisters — three columns strong . . . E ALPHA EPSILOIN PH - Front Row: P. Billig, re- cording secretary; S. Yaffe, corresponding secretary; S. Friedman, treasurer; C. Feldstein, president; Mrs. M. Slattery, housemother; T. Spar, C. Wolf, H. Nach- man. Second Row: J. Becker, M. Kramer, A. Goldman, S. Cohn, J. Hoffman, J. Willen, M. Wolf, C. Mensh, B. Rosen, K. Ahramson, E. Rubin, A. Markowitz. Third Row: M. Finkelstein, G. Rosenberg, F. Sirlin, L. Flom, M. Cohen, D. Abelman, R. Rosenbloom, P. Jafft, H. Bloom, D. Litman, B. Brown, M. Hass, S. Shaivitz. Fourth Row: M. Darhanson, P. Goldberg, H. Strauss, A. Lasky, R. Shuger, I. Scherr, E. Brener, S. Landay, M. Miller, M. Blumnethal. Last Row: J. Zenitz. ALPHA GAMMA DELTA- Front Row: P. Carter, cor- rt ' spoiiclini; st crftar ; E. Keene, recording secre- tary; J. Allen, P. Parker, iee president; Mrs. J. May- pole, hoiiseinotlier; K. Uunkin, president; M. Yeal, treasurer; K. Jaeobsen, S. Osburn. Second Row: H. Sehindler, J. Campa, A. Loring, T. Stanwood, S. Cris- totane, H. alianl, 1 . Mereditli, S. Stepiienson, M. Matzek, K. PeNiioids. Third Row: 1). C ' aniixi, F. Ezzo, D. Cliuhl), C;. Kadan, A. Sargent Heiter, H. Wagner, M. Freno, G. Ritterhuseli, B. Ciiliek, J. Knapp. Last Row: A. Bain, T. jelTords, C:. Ryan, A. Morris, . Da is, N. Pope, A. Foster. THE YOUNG-AT-HEART witii new iound Innids The " A " of pearls .shining brightly . . . anticipating acKentvne and actixities . . . Sir Winston, grooming for the derby, the backwards dinner, the mouse hold . . . end- less episodes . . . return of those " Golden Rule Days " for Dads, the Apple Polishers Dinner, the Christmas Party with Phi Delt . . . contrilniting and cooperating on campus . . . h)rtor lioard, Alpha Lambda Delta, AWS president, Diamondback, Mio ' s Who . . . second place I FC Sing . . . Permanent traditions of Alpha Gam ' s — the roving pho- tographer, the ha ride, Sororit - OKinpics . . . ALPHA OMICRON PI- Front Row: C. Schuiz, M. Shure, J. Montgomery, secretary; C. Grawbowsk, vice president; Mrs. Hardy, housemother; M. Turner, president; D. Schemm, treasurer; E. Marval, L. Met- calfe. Second Row: J. Schiller, M. Valencia, P. Rightor, J. Wells, S. Greenaway, C. Bond, J. Ross, M. Co.x, A. Wire. Third Row: S. Whitworth, N. Loew, J. Pritchett, M. Fitzpatrick, K. Webster, B. Wright, G. Mack, V. Hauser, L. Chappelear, P. House. Fourth Row: J. Schroeder, L. Sener, S. McNeil, E. Christensen, M. Blackburn, J. Hyre, S. McGlasson, S. Reed, J. Over- street, S. Allmond, D. MacMillan, R. Hillow. Last Row: J. Waterman, B. Watson, L. Hoehn, M. Cunning- ham, C. Shearer, R. Palmere, B. Davis, L. Kaiser, A. Widerman, B. Little, P. Crowe, C. Martin, N. Lau, W. Cross, M. Baker. DID YOU HEAR that one of the pledges left a Venus fly-trap in the house? A O n Colorful Christmas Formal . . . swinging Jazz Concert . . . desserts and exchange din- ners are the social story of the AOPi ' s this year . . . active in Mortar Board, TERRAPIN, Legislature, AWS, University Theater and Campus Chest . . . 2nd vice president of AWS, KA Rose, Who ' s Who members. Sen- ior Class Secretary, Miss Maryland 2nd run- ner-up, secretary of Old Line Party, TERRA- PIN co-editor. Diamond treasurer, finalist for Sorority Woman of Year Award . . . Phi Chi Theta, Pi Delta Epsilon . . . Psi Chi . . . Pi Delta also sponsor Red Cross Blood Drive . . . quiet hours . . . midnight snacks . . . downstairs phone duty . . . tribute to the bus-boys . . . the " Snowman " ... a room with a belfry . . . remembrances of a good year! . . . A never-t()-l)t ' -f )r ()tten year of Ki( wtli . . . from ele (. ' ii to lortx -lour . . . coming up in tlu ' world, aiming high and tr ing hard . . . acti t ' participation in Alpha Laml)da Dt-ha, Sigma Tau Epsilon, juchcial Board, WRA, Angt ' I Flight . . . reteix ing enjoyment from tliose special extras . . . the Alumnae Christ- mas Part ' . . . washing windows for Tlu ' ta Chi . . . the C ardiac Project . . . planning for the new home in the fall . . . the Champion C;uernse cows . . . fond memories always present . . . the " suite " ... a Danish house director . . . delicious food and gaining weight . . . the long-distance engagements . . . the work, problems and joys of two event- ful vears at Maryland . . . RELAXATION in tlu- Alplia Phi apartment. ALPHA PHI- Front Row: J. Beaver, M. W ' liarf ' f, corres. secretar -; J. W ' ilkin.son, treasurer; H. Sclnnicft, vice president; K. Poiter, president; P. Swoj er, A. Knohiock, J. Ward, recording secretary; B. Siiirrefs, A. Sakers. Second Row: C Hale, I. Weaver, K. Eknian, A. Na azio, M. Tliompson, .S. T clings, C .Maxwell, B. Rapelye, L. Chamness, A. Wright. Third Row: L. Du al, j. Soper, C. Anderson, L. Sullivan, S. Mead, M. Ruppersl)erger, D. Collison, P. Calligluui, M. Sch- mitt, M. Znamirowski, C. Lutheran. Last Row: J. Zavetz, S. Willis, P. Feniniore, C. Mancha, K. Small, .M. Danghert , S. Laugniack, C;. Braun, D. Chnnmins. Friendship, fun, and festivity . . . merry mischief in the making . . . Phi Sig ' s missing trophies, the " Ten and Ten, " visiting snakes . . . Chapel choir, PubHcations, Aquahners, AWS officers . . . reveaHng a more serious side — participating in the prevention of juvenile delinquency, the orphan ' s Christ- mas party, cultural trips . . . recalling the household highlights — turning the tables on the bus boys, pledge entertainment, the BOW, breakfast with fraternities . . . proud ot their housemother for receiving the cov- eted " Battle-Ax of the Year " award . . . AND THEY say Pledging is fun? A„ A ALPHA XI DELTA -Front Row: J. Colangelo, L. Leizear, corresponding secretary; D. Stiller, treas- urer; V. Chiringas, vice president; Mrs. C. T. Reed, housemother; D. Glasgow, president; S. Haack, G. Fallon, recording secretary; E. Mancuso, J. Scullin. Second Row: D. Morgan, J. Brill, J. Terzick, T. Sheperd, D. Robinson, P. Grubb, V. Smart, G. Gera- thewohl, L. Russum, J. Deeney, M. Caponiti, N. Roth- well. Third Row: L. Reyman, B. Thom, S. Gorham, B. Blades, B. Conners, H. Taylor, S. Feland, S. Stone, G. Signor, R. Leizear, J. Birks. Fourth Row: M. Barter, A. Schaeter, K. Lavery, G. Jones, J. Faulstich, P. Nalley, C. Taylor, S. Rumeanos, M. Randour, B. Lambere, J. Gamble. Last Row: M. Masncci, J. ' an- kuyk, D. Barker, J. Limerick, S. Haus, J. Beales, M. Liberatore, S. Johnston. K DELTA DELTA DELTX- Front Ruiv: P. Martin, C. Harris, li. Cuiuk ' rsdortl, mordinii srcrftary; j. Colii-x, ici ' prt ' siclc ' iit; Mrs. Scott, liousfmotlicr. 1,. H()l)iiis()ii, presidiMit: K. Hanisa , treasurer; S. W lid, torrespoiuliiiK seeretar -; B. Hastiiiiis, A. Br aiit. Second Row: ]. (lato, F. Stiert ., A. Furnian, M. I ' il- ler, j. SclialTer, ' I " . Hesee, C. Miller, M. Laureiue, . Carrodus, A. Craiii, II. lludolpli. Third Row: S. C;iuireiiinau, L. Hardin, M. lioNir, IL Hatliekl, j. lla elhaker, C. C:(.lenian. C. lii.ualls, (.. la cr, M. i.ealu, j. Kdwards, j. I ' inn, (1. lirowii. Fourth Row: j. -A iei, |. Wliarton, j. I ' lesuer, C. Coue) ' , M. W ' liar- ton, l-i. Cooper, ] l ii ' dew , I ' . Winlxrrx, (!. Klein- waeliter. L. Inslex. j. e.i er, I ' . K(ll . Last Row: S. I ' iniper. I ' . Ilardinii, li (: " !) , (. ' ■■ (Jrossnian, F. Priee, K. Kish, S. Stanlev, j. liaker, I. Taylor, S. EiiKt ' i ' , H. Hieks. A A A SOUNDS OF MUSIC echo tliroimhouf as annual practice tor the I.K. Sing begins. Ihv vrvsvrui moon and shiiiinu; stars hiuli- liulitiiiu: a nicmorahk ' (. ' ar . . . itli the ar- ii al ol c ' NfiA nt ' W tlawii — lU ' W drcaiiis and de.signs for an enlar t ' d lionsi ' . . . I ' lalinu experiences . . . award.s tor Sororit} of tlic Year and tlir Ontstandintz junior Woman . . . organizations with responsibilities and re- wards . . . presidents ol W ' HA and Diamond, .SC,A Seeretai -, AW ' S Freshman Hepri ' senta- ti f, ' iee President of Diadem, puhMeations . . . lionored h ' HonieeominiLi Queen and first runner-up. Pledge Queen first rumiei-up . . . adchnu im and itaht on the field with majorettes, cheerleaders and color guard . . . moments of merriment . . . trips to Mexico, damp crepe paper, tlie S niphon - Concerts . . . thri ing through togetherness . . . DELTA GAMMA-Front Row: M. Wilson, B. Brad- ley, J. Becker, recording secretary; L. Andretta, vice president; P. Clayton, president; C. Cone, B. Good- ridge, treasurer; J. Wueste, corres. secretary; C. Kalk, E. Cramniatte. Second Row: M. Blair, B. Jump, B. Brooks, M. Gerster, J. Wallower, J. Athanas, J. Gregory, K. Disney, L. Calder, F. Morell, C. Ehrman- traut, D. Dunn. Third Row: J. Bode, J. Bavis, S. Neary, A. Cochran, B. Gingell, S. Smith, J. Johnson, L. Hamann, M. Knox, A. Smith, L. Mudd, S. Crossley, D. Kelly. Fourth Row: B. Foreshew, P. Dunn, B. Baker, P. Maclntyre, S. Evans, J. Althoff, M. Shak- hashiri, D. Camenzind, J. Bartley, J. Johnson, J. John- son, P. Peers, S. Gibbons, B. Berry. Last Row: N. Linden, J. Senn, N. Vansant, S. Hockett, K. Dougherty, S. Hartney, C. Gordon, P. Shephard, K. Waring, S. Weiss, J. Thomas, S. Quam, B. Reisner, B. Wilcox. WHO KNOWS the one about Santa Clans? A well-rounded group of girls . . . abun- dant in personality and poise with Pledge Queen, Miss Cecil Hall, May Queen, Miss Success . , . (affluent with scholars) — Dia- mond, Mortar Board, Diadem, Alpha Lambda Delta . . . active in campus organizations — Terrapin, Angel Flight, Captain of " Color Guard, three cheerleaders, and swimming meet champions . . . Hannah has taught her girls well . . . HapidK ' expaiuliiiu;— ill iminht ' r and iii- nuence . . . iuaii proiiiiiR ' nt activities iii- cliulinu; Junior From Cxj-C ' liainnaii, chairman ol Da Dodder Big Sister program, rep- resented on Fresluiian legislature, Ter- rapin, Diamondhack, Bridal Fair, and Diamond . . . witli the spring comes thi ' an- nual sororitv hishion show — DPIiiK sponsors . . . shining with heaut ' in tin- form of Miss Marxland UKi I , and a National Ko()d)all Oneen finalist . . . vvy anxious about the plans for ( irahamcraeker Scjuare . . SWEET NOTHINGS in tliree ears. DELTA PHI EPSILON-Fronf Row: C. Balm, H. Stoft ' r, E. Zippernuiiiii, M. Siegnian, rt ' cortliiij; secre- tar ' ; J. Magidson, president; M. Weinstein, vice president; M. Portner, corresponding secretary; F. Horwitz, treasurer; E. Friedman, S. Lel)ovvitz. Sec- ond Row: E. Pomerance, I. Torop, B. Rosenteld, S. Ferticlv, N. Pomerance, P. Serl)er, D. Poilel off, B. Maclit, C. Peltz, F. Go!dl)erg, M. Sandier, H. Flill- niaii. Third Roic: E. Siegnuui, S. I,is iuursl , M. Af)er- man, E. Sonnners, B. Kanegis, M. Kurland, B. (Jlass- man, L. Bertcow, R. Weinstein, A. SiKtT, C. Feder. Last Row: B. Pillerstiorf, S. Rottnian, M. Petrnsium- sky, J. Goldherg, S. Aitman, (;. Sondlieimer, M. Sura- sky, C. Bernstein, D. Bucinnan, B. Cioldiierg, S. Woods, (1. Stctkniaii, |. l-iosscn, !• ' . (Iluser. Rolling lip the rugs for another success- ful Basin Street Stomp! . . . Gamma Phi ' s always on the go . . . active in SGA, AWS, WRA, Terrapin, Diamondback,du( Co oy Guard . . . honoraries and professional or- ganizations claiming Gamma Phi ' s as mem- bers . . . late-at-night study session . . . gath- erings and goings-on in the kitchen . . . " an ice machine on a dry campus " ... a crusade to keep the SAE lions gold? . . . presenta- tion of the sorority scholarship trophy . . . " Avon calling! " . . . " Standing united — for ever and e ' er. " . . . THAT ' S NOT the way I learned it in music 16! GAMMA PHI BETA- Front Row: A. Plummer, treas- urer; M. Batenian, corresponding secretary; J. Stamni, recording secretary; J. Schmidt, vice president; Mrs. G. Dutton, housemother; P. Lotz, president; A. Cole- man, J. Tolson, N. Scollon, E. Fitz. Second Row: L. Frazier, S. Gauch, C. Swoger, D. Latimer, N. Cun- ningham, J. Schlotzhauer, P. Mitchell, S. Welsh, L. Essig, J. Rainka, M. Hartman. Third Row: M. Steven- son, S. Earp, C. Schaeter, H. Gatchell, D. Keough, S. Pritchett, M. Watkins, M. Kuhl, J- Porter, S. Bemiller, P. Morton. Fourth Row: B. Snow, L. Kern, A. Riutort, C. Kenney, C. Connor, J. Brown, K. Sander, S. Ma- riner, C. Jones, L. Molesky, D. Wood, J. Woodruff. Last Roiv: C. Cocliran, N. Corkran, B. Corhin, J. Selckmann, S. Serrin, K. Trofast, L. Phillips, A. Wells, C. Walker. KAPPA ALPHA THETA-Frnnt Row: P. Fruscli, treasurer; D. Hixel, L. Allij ood, L. CJa iii, L. (Iraiit, ice president; S. Foulis, president; C]. Briisli, C. (Muine ' , corresponding secretar -; K. N ' oorhees, P. Kent, recording secretar -; A. Calderwood. Second Row. ]. Pennet ' eatlier, L. Hanneniann, P. Hogan, F. W et cl, S. Wliiteley, C. Mat ek, D. Dietrich, M. Mil- ler, 15. Laiupton, M. McWhite, C. Cole, S. Sims. Third Row: M. Hichardson, T. Patrick, j. Ken, J. Lineherry, H. Rinnett, D. l ' " uclis, j. .Staudcjuist, ,S. lianiniond, M. Stack, J. i«htiii«ale, U. Koliler, P. Hover, l-ourth Row: v.. CoddinKton, D. Endlicli, P. Nlitchell, C. Stump, S. Eaton, H. Britt, C. Isinn ' n ;er, (). (iehert, A. P " islier, S. W ' eissman, . Scott, H. lanz. Last Row: J. BuckinKliam, M. McCiung, D. Pike, M. Woodchek, P. Best, D. Hammett, S. Trihhett, M. Leonard, S. Tressier, K. Zettler, K. Harrison, A. German, C. Sw anson. THE LATEST paper. rooms filled ceiling-high with Tlieta kitfs { lii h oxer the campus and hii.sy Theta.s are touiid a.s Junior class secretar ' . Sophomore Prom chairman, TER- RAPIN associate echtor, cheerleaders, and members of legislature, ALD, Diadem, Angel Flight, and Diamondhack, to mention a tew . . . the annual campus-wide kit_ ' - flying contest for Campus Chest again a big success . . . second place honors for " Hawai- ian " Thetas in Harmon - Hall and third place in I FC sing . . . stuffing animals at Christmas lor national philanthropy project . . . remem- ber the 5 A.M. awakening on the morn of Homecoming? . . . newspaper stuffed in an unsuspecting sister ' s room . . . skip niglits, serenading and parties, all contribute to a wonderful ear that will be long remem- bered . . . KAPPA DELTA-fVont Row: K. Myers, secretary; K. McAdoo, C. Etchells, E. Ricca, vice president; Mrs. ' an ' aley, housemother; L. Wray, president; R. Goodell, treasurer; B. Hennegan, P. Brotherton, K. Moomey. Second Row: V. Bassett, P. Reisinger, M. Smith, L. Brown, J. Bartleson, J. Smith, L. Tighe, G. Forman, D. Devin, B. Wolf, L. Bassett, B. Kupiec. Third Row: D. Kellett, C. Connelly, K. Kenerick, C. Fitzell, C. Croghan, N. Tilford, M. Howard, E. Hur- ley, S. Tilford, C. Zaciewski, G. Sheridan. Fourth Row: D. Kessler, J. Huff, G. Masters, J. Hale, C. Joyce, A. Haley, H. vanReuth, C. Marcuccio, K. Kes- sler, B. Harxsough, S. Hubbard. Last Row: C. Sharp, B. Smith, B. Marvel, D. Pillas, J. Bundy, E. Carpen- ter, A. Svvanson, S. Fitch, J. Rude, M. Howard, A. Ai ' nold. JUST ONE more glass of warm milk, please? A home reminiscent of former times ... a touch of the Elizal)ethan . . . the ever- precious white rose and diamond pin . . . activities, activities, activities . . . Senior Class Vice President, AWS Junior Represent- ative, Diadem, Old Line Secretary, Alpha Lambda Delta to state just a few . . . beauty honors abundant too . . . Greek Week Queen, Miss Prince George ' s County, fraternity sweethearts . . . interests tor fiui or fancy — individual and varied . . . theater time and tlie Drama Wing Award, WRA Swim-meet, second place in Pledge Skit Night . . . memories in the making . . . the cliorus line for KA . . . the Black and Miite Hall . . . " I can ' t believe it " ... a deluge ot acci- dents . . . Sponsors ol Picduc Skit Xi.ulit . . . tliiid in scholarship . . . nian acti ilii ■ — jnnior Lcu- ishiturc, secit ' tarx ' and Senior Hc ' [)ic ' si " nta- ti c ' of AWS, captain ol clu ' ci leaders pins two new additions, TERRAPIN, scholarship eliairnian of Fanhellenic, first place at Har- inon Hall, Flying Follies, chairman ot (lareer Week, Anj el Flight . . . honoraries, too — Diadem, Alpha Lambda Delta, secre- tar of Diamond . . . Oh, that Kappa I ' ormal! . . . again offered their nursing scholarship . . . sold pnmpkins for philanthropic . . . beauties including 2nd ruimer-up tor Miss Washington, Miss Mar land State . . . en- tluisiasticalK awaiting future ground hrc-ak- iug ceremonies . . . MUSIC, music, imisic . . . uith Harmoin ' Hall winners. KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA-Fron? Row: T. jin, j. Muriii , L. C ook, |. Ua is, stcixtar , C llt-iskr, pn-siclent; D. Skaer, icf presicU-nt; H. W ' auk ' ss, trt-as- uicr; H. Wasst-r, j. Miles, A. Boice. Second Row: X. Wantz, S. Corn, Nl. Canln, J. Momi, J. Robinson, P. lirigjis, A. Bouker, E. Downs, li. Sinuiums, M. Co in, B. Bauer, S. Huylu-s, S. (;ant. Third Row: P. Morjian, T. Etienne, C:. Zocla, j. Patchrn, D. Gihhas, B. Zoda, K. o at is, J. Siiort, S. deSinion, A. Tetcr, B. Sniitli. Fourth Row: L. Koilnukc. j. [{itciiii ' , M. Coppock, C. jt-nnin«s, B. Wheeler, j. Raith, C. Ryan, R. Broad- hurst, R. Zehring, G. Healy, N. Alhreeht, A. Ban ille, D. Widnieyer, S. Chebithes, D. McNeil, D. McNeil. Last Row: J. Jones, M. Krause, G. Martini, D. (Kvens, K. Moonly, J. Clark, S. Armstrong, P- Short, D. Guise, P. Moon, . i. Mclntire, B. Rawak, L. Livenjiood, R. Scarboroufih, B. Davenport. f s Shining trophies for a record of firsts . . . Ugly Man candidate on top, first place for Sophomore Carnival booth decorations and attendance, thrilling first for Homecoming House decorations . . . getting up at 5 A.M. . . . Chapel chimes striking 9 as last girl rushes in . . . beauties, too — Homecoming Queen fourth runner-up, ZBT sweetheart . . . rush of activities — Panhellenic president, UT publicity chairman. Alpha Lambda Delta, president of Diadem, WRA, chairman of Parents ' Day, Elections Board, May Day, and AWS cultural committee . . . always near by for a good serenade . . . WHAT WOULD we ever do without our Lil ' Bus. PHI SIGMA SIGMA-Front Row: R. Herman, G. Meadoff, M. Kullen, R. Sternberg, S. Okon, recording secretary; Mrs. Miller, housemother; C. Kahn, pres- ident; N. Julius, corres. secretary; E. Alperstein, treas- urer; J. Libshutz, L. Berkis. Second Row: S. Fleisch- man, E. Woltf, J. Klein, J. Cramer, M. Soltoff, L. Kol- ker, S. Reiter, G. Heft, M. Saks, J. Saxton, M. Tabor, S. Layton, L. Newman. Third Row: D. Ghesler, G. Fish, E. Seligman, C. Berkow, R. Leibson, R. Wein- traub, M. Hersh, S. Schecter, P. Lainof, L. Garonzik, J. Hett, K. Richmond, L. Richmond. Fourth Row: P. Gohen, R. Engel, O. Greenbaum, A. Goldbloom, B. Levy, M. Nemo, S. Kalin, R. Schwartz, C. Hoffman, R. Guss, J. Grott, G. Silverstein, D. Aronow, C. Le- vins, B. Eisman. Last Row: J. Lewis, A. Rosengarden, M. Solomon, P. Hollins, S. Rosenberg, S. Merowitz, P. Heneson, M. Chotiner, J. Kiihn, F. Fakin, L. Tabach, P. Trivas, J. Temchin. 9JK PI BETA PHl-Frnnt Row: P. Duggaii, M. Barnes, Lorres. secretary; M. Cooper, treasurer; N. Jones, ice president; Mrs. Alexander, housemother; L. Poore, president; ]. Riehe ' , recording secretar -; S. Russell, B. Ross. ' SecondRow: B. Colby, S. jack- son, N. Robinson, J. Brocksniitli, C. Schneider, J. Laird, D. Di Francis, G. Ha clen, S. Tavlor, R. Arcuri, L. Dawson, E. McCartlu. Third Row: S. Luni, D. Pincusp ' , S. Brittinghani, J. Hazen, T. Kossiakort, B. W inclicll, K. Rattaelo, P. HarriuKton, K. Longridge, J. Autteris, ' . Kidner, A. Miller, B. Moore. Fourth Row: B. Kerin, S. Grace, I. Duniler, E. Robev, ( " . Shallcross, C. Merrill, X ' . ' Ogden, J. McBride, K. Sanborn, B. Spencer, D. Uuggan, F. Logan, C. John- son. Last Rotv: J. W ' eser, T. Mc(Anr ' , S. MacCoy, E. Flood, C. Hobnead, S . Holmes, D. Delanoy, J. DeHalt, J. Kngler, K. Moore, H. Coins. $ 1 The bow i.s drawn and the Pi Phi arrow flies . . . into athletics — " Tri.xie " phieed first in Turtle Derb ' , 2nd place in Sorority Olym- pics, athletics after dinner on the mall, mod- ern dance club . . . into varied academic honors — Diadem, Alpha Lambda Delta, Diamond, Phi Alpha Epsilon . . . into public offices -section editors of TERRAPIN, Old Line, Dxamondhack, sorority representati e to SGA, FOB, secretary of Student Religious Council, Sophomore Carnival, Daydodger Big Sisters, Angel Flight . . . the golden arrow has reached its target — a very success- ful ear . . . GAMBLER ' S DELIGHT . . . playing against destiny. SIGMA DELTA TAU-Front Row: L. Shay, P. Franck, E. Ashman, Z. Weinman, vice president; Mrs. Gordon, housemother; S. Greenwald, president; B. Bondareff, secretary; L. Abehnan, treasurer; P. Hoffman, M. Berman. Second Row: G. Belaga, K. Decker, C. Pines, J. Barnett, B. Besterman, R. Seltzer, J. Emsellem, I. Gruber, S. Brill, P. ' ogelhut, J. Horn- stein. Third Row: G. Besterman, A. Harrison, C. iii Rosenblum, S. Friedman, D. Slotsky, S. Sommers, L. Kolker, M. Kahn, M. Messeloff, J. Rosen, L. Hill- man. Fourth Row: K. Weil, L. Silverman, J. Perlz- weig, A. Gudelsky, I. Emsellem, C. Cohen, B. Levin, E. Samet, S. Levine, L. Pollack, S. Schwartz, E. Wechsler. Last Row: M. Grossman, L. Markowitz, C. Becherman, S. Kamenetz, B. Klein, J. Solins, S. Flax, S. Kamenetz. A IF THERE ' S one thing I can ' t stand, it ' s someone who won ' t pay attention. The " Graham Cracker " at last . . . hnger- ing thoughts of the white house in the gulch . . . moments to remember . . . regional con- clave on Maryland campus . . . first place in the bi-annual Blood Drive, the pajama party invaded by octopi . . . diversified talents . . . Freshman Class Treasurer, Diamondback, FOB, Sophomore Carnival and Homecoming committee chairmen . . . emphasis on scholar- ship—Alpha Lambda Delta and Dean ' s List . . . presentation of the Morty Cohen Award to an outstanding senior man ... a brightly binning torch on campus . . . graced by a lovely Hillel Queen . . . Lights . . . Canu ' ra . . . Action . . . iinisical int ' iiioric ' s . . . Siyina Kappa ami I ' T . . . a iain contrihiiting on campns . . . color j uaicl, Angel Flight, Diamondhack, llonieconiing Connuittces, Diatkin . . artistic talents, too — second place in Homecoming decora- tions . . . household highlights . . . song and paddle night, clue week, the cinderella- cand ' shoe, the steak or beans treat . . . work- ing for others . . . Shoeshine Night and Cam- pus Chest . . . the Maine Seacoast Mission . . . the traditions ot the satin triangle at the W inter Formal . . . ONE OF OUR more pleasant chores-the S.K. Crest. Sigma Kappa SIGMA KAPPA- Front Row: M. McClellan, C. Shook, corresponcUng secretarx ' ; ' . Wood, B. Baiini- ner, D. Gloss, president; ' . Taggart, L. Tatuni, ice president; J. Lord, treasurer; C. Myers, recording secretary; D. Fratta. Second Row: E. Richell, L. Gar- rett, S. Boose, N. Haase, P. Krans, C. Lokstein, C. Slattery, J. Morgan, B. Stewart, B. Michael, S. Cashan, A. Maier. Third Row: II Higgins.J. Scheel, D. Smith, L. Hall, D. Stauhs, J. Whitman, |. Gare , S. Pickens, L. Nalley, B. Hull, C. Guidry, P. Miller. Last Row: A. Morsell, K. Connaughton, M. iel, M. Karchner, N. Atkinson, S. . U)rris()n, E. Johnson, A. White, S. Wight, T. Brumbaugh, R. Murra , j. Latimer, B. Bow- man, (;. King. i ' PANHELLENIC COUNCIL -Froni Row: J. Bartley, A. Banvelle, D. Latimer, rush chm.; M. Carhart, 2nd vice pres.; N. Julius, pres.; Dean McCormick, advisor; V. Wood, 1st vice pres.; F. Horwitz, sec; E. Ricca, treas. Second Row: B. Wilcox, M. Hender- son, S. Osburn, S. Smith, N. Littman, M. Schmitt, R. Klein, P. Hogan, L. Hanneman. Last Row: S. Wright, J. Short, L. Newman, J. Schlotzhauer, S. Gorham, B. Shirrefs, J. Emsellem. Pan Hellenic Ml HH ■■ P Mln n i p !!■ ffffl . ■iJiB-y»»M H r ' ■ m mlg P j ' v-a i ' -M s R Council PANHEL EXECUTIVE COUNCIL -Fronf Row: F. Horwitz, sec; E. Ricca, treas.; N. Julius, pres.; V. Wood, 1st vice pres. Standing: M. Carhart, 2nd vice pres.; D. Latimar, rush chm. " MARYLAND, WE ' RE ALL behind you " rings out from a sorority rush party. Purpose of Panhellenic Council to help with problems concerning sorority standards, inter-sorority functions, scholarship, and campus activities . . . coordinates sorority rush . . . showed off the new pledges by in- itiating the successful Pledge Debut . . . an- nual Pledge Dance graced by Pledge Queen . . . introduced sorority-fiaternity Fireside Chats . . . sorority exchange dinner always enjoyed by all . . . fun and fitness in the IFC- Panhel bowling tournament . . . satisfaction in helping needy families at Christmas . . . Dean Stainp scholarship given to outstanding sophomore woman every spring . . . success- ful " Campus Twist " put on by Jr. Panhel . . . co-sponsorship of Greek Week for the first time . . . annual adoption of an over- seas orphan . . . Cooperation — password for IFC tliis year . . . participation in (lancer (]arni al helped to raise $5(K)() for research . . . 1F(] made $3500 from a near capacity audience to Elhi Fitzgerald . . . new rush book for Frosh in- troduced, including a summary of " each fiat . . . thanks to this and Greek Assembly, dur- ing Orientation, rush reached a peak of suc- cess . . . the Duke and Cloasters scored a real success at IFC haU . . . entire IFC Council plus Dean Grey, Council Advisor, attend- ing National IFC Convention in Boston were rewarded by conmiendation of rush ])ook and the Cireek newspaper . . . other high points: intramural program boosts smaller hats, and $1200 reserved in expanded scholarship program . . . the best year yet with insights into an e en better future . . . Inter- Fraternity FRATERNITY RUSH piovidfs Wuvs and more liiu-s as men wait for iiaiiic tags. Council I.F.C. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: H. Bincli, trt-asuier; L. Graiiat, 2n(i vice pres.; J. VV. Kenney, president; J. Haas, 1st vice pres.; N. Thigpen, secretary. INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL -Fronf Row. M Starling, D. Sykes, R. Greer, B. Clark, C. Hook, I. Bell, J. Randolph, R. Leimann, L. Polt, D. Judy, W. Johnson, I. Gellnian. Second Row: R. McNamara, F. Gale, B. Barry, B. Binch, treasurer; L. Granat, 2nd vice pres.; J. W. Kenney, president; J. Hans, 1st vice pres.; N. Thigpen, secretar ; R. B. Schaftel, A. Rothen- berg, J. Reynolds. Last Row: J. Melvin, C. Freeland, B. ' alente, J. Montedenico, D. Secor, W. Adkins, J. Wood, G. Harper, B. Hurwitz, M. Lewis, C. Hart, A. Lihhv, B. Pettee. If Iff f ff f Iff 1 )«. M .m. i m A -e i irt 14 ft ALPHA EPSILON PI- Front Row: N. Heilpern, R. Stern, L. Kahl, R. Sherman, secretary; H. Trattler, vice president; R. Rose, president; S. Milwit, J. Sus- man, S. Tattar, R. Buren. Second Row: A. Horn, R. Blum, J. Persh, S. Davis, M. Bukzin, J. Steinberg, treasurer; H. Kohn, S. Milwit, S. Michaelis, B. Laser- son, M. Heimberg. Third Row: A. Stern, L. Weinberg, A. Brodsky, M. Gershon, A. Shapiro, S. Stuppler, E. Mendelson, C. Brenner, E. Cohen, S. Cohen, A. Mit- nick, D. Sabbath, A. Madresh. Last Row: M. Lessing, S. Shapiro, J. Rein, J. Swetlow, R. Sheer, M. Migdal, L. Rothman, R. Cohen, K. Jewler, N. Schwab, D. Weitzmahy, R. Schlesinger, R. Keller. Alpha Epsilon Pi A E n AND there will be room for one more. Christmas time brings hopes of big move into new AEPi house for members . . . Num- ber 13 Frat Row . . . AEPi took first place in scholarship among fiaternities . . . three men in Kalegethos and four in Honorary Engineering Society . . . Active on the Hill . . . Men ' s League Representative, Inter- fraternity Rush Brochure Staff, and Fresh- man Legislature are a few of the activities of " Apes " . . . Turtle Derby sponsored by this house is a tradition of Greek Week . . . much sought-after trophy presented to win- ner of the event . . . social season includes parties on weekends . . . Spirits high as AEPi looks forward to the future . . . who ' s that hiji " littlr " do on campus? . . . Bozo, Jr., of foiiisc ' . . . A(;H ' s most I() al Ian . . . liist to initiate pajama party . . . second in the nation tor chapter activities . . . sponsors ot sororitx ' milkint; contest . . . well- known lor agiiculture chihs and acti ities . . . campus-wise — membership in kalejiethos and ODK . . . president ol campus political party . . . SGA Legislature . . . soccer team players . . . wiimers ol scholarship trophy (2 out of 3 years) ... in the process ot.re- uiodclinu the house ... in short, the AGR ' s are realK ])usv . . . WILL THE REAL Frank Lloyd Wright stand up? A Alpha Gamma Rho 1 ALPHA GAMMA RHO-Fronf Row: S. Powell, H. Hilk-aiy, D. Smith, H. Di den, V. Harlan, treasurer; C . ' dkins, president; F. Padovano, vice president; K. Holland, secretary; T. Bowman, B. Hewitt . Second Row: H. Douuhcrty ' , L. Reeve, L. Ridgely, H. C;ha- V V Z mmrf wonga, M. White, H. Gottwals, D. Davis, R. Diebold, J. King, H. Streaker. Last Row: W. Godwin, G. Bew- ley, C. Neels, G. Ijams, J. Zalar, J. Jenkins, D. Gar- rett, J. Doyle, W. Thatcher, R. Secor, G. Bailev. I f- f t f mii t 1 1 f. ti ALPHA TAU OMEGA-Fronf Row: W. Whitener, B. McCartliy, W. Hancock, C. Montalbano, treasurer; B. Pettee, president; V. Duckett, vice president; T. Griffin, secretary; T. Etzler, secretary; P. Bowen, R. McNamara. Second Row: K. McCarthy, J. Stephens, E. Spencer, M. Wells, W. Saniora, B. 6 ' Flaherty, R. Maunder, B. Smith, B. Lamb. Third Row: B. Downes, J. Adams, P. Jung, D. Ott, C. De Felice, C. Kitchin, T. Loyd, J. N ' anDerwerker, R. Anderson, J. Harris, Fourth Row: R. Farrell, G. Adkins, J. Bohar, R. Chappell, B. Detwiler, J. Norris, D. Kelley, T. Chil- ders, (. Donatiu, D. Ott, S. Bossert. Last Row: A. O ' Neill, C. Wasko, R. Brown, J- Plumhoff, R. Phelps, R. Clingan, H. Gemberling, P. Toi)in, S. Blunt, R. Harris, P. Och. Alpha Tau Omega COFFEE, TEA, or milk or Not again! . . . yes, they ' re still on top . busy boys . . . lots of results . . . The Atlantic- Coast Conference found three good wres- tlers . . . they still draw the crowds for track, lacrosse and baseball . . . how about Student Government? . . . you bet! . . . and the Sr. Class Treasurer too! . . . lots of trophies . . . Hillock, team sports and all sports . . . just an ole dirty shirt and a smile . . . it ' s the Tau Tramp party! . . . Charleston, Ball-aiul-tlu ' -Jack, Hlack- l)()tt()iii . . . yeali! . . . that ' s thr Delta Si ' s at thfir Roaring Twenties party . . . wearing the Delta Sig pins are: two baseball managers, a arsity football player, and members of Kappa Kappa Psi (Band Honorary) . . . the arsit drill also helps to supply the Delta Sig ' s with outside campus aeti ities . . . hop- ing to regain scholarship trophy . . . helping to carry out their theme of engineered leader- ship is Alumnus Shure, District Coiut Judge of Montgomery Count . . . ' LOOK, I saw her first! " A Delta Sisma Phi JH. DELTA SIGMA PHI-Fronf Row: A. Poffel.K. Kropi- nack, L. Munsoii, D. Mook, G. Avery, B. McCiiilougii, R. Neuman, G. Morgan, J. Warhol. Second Row: C. Jones, D. Thompson, R. Xornient, B. HauriHar, E. Myer, H. Simon, E. Walker, T. Barry, S. Bass. Third Row: J. (iiganti, A. Booth, W. Yarwood, R. Ziepolt, R. Halm, M. Kiniack, G. Fiackos, R. Jones, J. Eppes, R. Witt. Last Row: J. Crook, T. Dillon, K. Halter, W " . Shinker, H. Taylor, . Kraft, L. Bell, R. Schick. B ' ' BL- Bk Bpv Hp 1 |£ ' j i I f " f f f rt f ft f t DELTA TAU DELTA-Front Row. R. Belcher, M. Whitmore, L. Cuza, K. Bass, vice president; T. Brown, president; G. Ruddick, treasurer; T. Brown, D. Fox, D. Keller, M. Starling, D. Laramore. Second Row: T. Arturi, D. Stine, J. Foskett, J. Blake, B. Ewing, B. Nicholson, T. Whitmore, L. Mayfield, T. Rollins, W. Farnandis, G. Webb, L. Klipp. Third Row: J. Welty, B. ' alente, F. Goriup, B. Purvis, J. Bryan, P. Engel, L. McCullough, C. Scurto, R. Herman, S. Hays, A. Biniasz. Fourth Row: M. Caulk, R. Yeager, G. Ewell, B. Brockman, E. Dashiell, B. Pearson, J. Putman, J. Underwood, F. Anding, G. Peyton, R. Schultz, R. Hesson, J. Cole. Last Row: G. Higgins, A. Schuet- tinger, E. Naill, J. Treat, G. Tenley, R. LaGrone, W. Bixby, W. Pierrel, J. Giordano, T. Wilson, R. Fobes, B. Seibold. Delta Tau Delta A A ANY MAN ' S CODE — cooperation without discrimina- tion. 370 Mumus . . . lai.s . . . palm trees ,swa ' as the DTD ' s go Hawaiian at their party ... 70 active members help make the DTD haternity the largest national one in the U.S. . . . active in campus life . . . ' ice President and Treasurer of Men ' s League . . . Treasurer of the Sophomore Class . . . photog- rapher on Terrapin Staff . . . the DTD house presents " Sorority of the Year Award, " largest trophy presented on the Maryland campus . . . scholarship is important to the DTD ' s who have members in ODK and Kale- gethos . . . the DTD ' s, though large in size, all unite in a harmonv of effort . . . ' f Beta Kapi " )a . . . Xortlicni-inost chapter ot KA ranks hiuh in " Southcni Spirit. " Haiijos . . . spats . . . I)hul laces . . . all traditions ol KA ' s annnal " " ( lotton-Pickcrs Minstrrl " . . . t()rt -lirst t()iiscc ' nti ( ' xcarol its presenta- tion at Mar land . . . sonthern warmth lends itself to the annnal (- " hristnias Fart ' lor or- phans . . . KA spirit hiuh in arsit ' sports . . . swinnning, loothall, and lacrosse . . . members active in " M " Club . . . Diamond- hack staff . . . National Business Fraternity . . . e ents oi Social Season . . . Rose Dance . . . South Si-a Island P«rt . . . Roman Toga Part . . . well-know II on campus, K_.- " s triendK spirit will al a s n-inain . . . WHAT ' S ill a dance? Kappa Alpha KAPPA ALPHA-Front Row: C. Maiiiiix, li. Mon- cure, L. Hfin e, H. F ' ainnan, T. McGcc, ice presi- dent; Mrs. Maliolni, liousemotlier; D. Sykes, presi- tlcnt; V. Romeo, setretar ' ; . Heatoii, treasurer; j. Seline, J. Rowe. Second Row: B. Hailett, R. Mantel, J. MeClellan, R. Greer, B. Lavelle, F. Betz, W. Grif- titli, M. Simpson, J. Langton, D. Pond, K. Cooper, E. Kalajian. Third Row: P. Shepard, T. Heiser, L. Haly, B. Woods, P. Lassotovitch, j. Plummer, J. Alhin, M. Sanders, M. .MeMaiian, W. Hiekey, F. Davis. Fourth Row: M. Maiorana, S. King, B. Melien, C. Dorn, L. Bind, M. Lynch, B. eely, S. Kisley, F. Black, M. Chalmers, S. Ree es, A. Shoemaker, R. l isharoon. Last Roiv: R. Billinj s, T. Lamond, (). Tiiomas, W. Schmidt, B. Suter, G. Traley, D. RolHnKs, . Kauff- nian, J. EI)rite, R. Roman, T. Smith, G. Smith, J. Smith, D. Aeminji. . 1 1 M f t t f f f t , f t f I f.i-| If I f » ft Iff fir f t; f 1 1 LAMBDA CHI ALPHA- Front Row: W. Hooks, W. Denias, P. Ostrovvski, R. Bean, J. Merkel, secretary; Mrs. Mayo, housemother; J. Clark, president; P. Ostrowski, vice president; R. Geyer, J. Varuola, D. Fielding. Second Row: G. Sampson, M. Adair ' R. Turney, M. Mathews, D. Johnson, D. Patterson ' , F. Hahn, H. Sanders, N. Roppelt, L. Mickle, D. Woodv. Third Row: J. Hur, G. Flautt, J. Derr, R. Balenger, M. Costic, W. Meade, D. Hoffman, W. Thomas, T. Hessenauer, W. Wolfersberger, J. Combs. Fourth Row: G. Moore, L. Zarfoss, J. Noble, J. Graves, J. Williamson, G. White, R. Zimmerman, C. Deidrick, C. Dombrowski, F. Cook, B. Thames, D. Manns. Last Row: P. Sitaras, T. ' erzi, J. Bull, W. Alewine, T. Borziller, P. Hoffman, R. Rea, R. Jones, S. Bennett, T. Jackson, S. Krusley, P. Menk, B. Marshall. Lambda Chi Alpha WATCH THE BIRDIE -and say cheese. What secret.s do the Lambda Chi ' .s keep behind that " Green Door " ? . . . Rm loving brothers . . . vocalizing barber-shop style their specialty . . . proof? . . . captured cov- eted Harmony Hall trophy again this year . . . brothers active in sports and campus activi- ties . . . the Lambda Chi house boasts treas- urers of Men ' s League and junior class . . . sparkling social season set off by traditional Oriental Orgy and Bagdad Ball. 372 Bus ' year for Phi Dclts aj ain . . . well- romuk ' cl hoys in all major Tt-rp acti itifs . . . honors hiuh luMc . . . prt ' sidcnt of Tail Beta Pi . . . Kalegethos . . . Kappa Kappa Psi . . . hrothers active on both Tehr, PIN and Dia- mondhack staffs . . . Phi Delts love sports . . . proof? . . . winners in swinmiing and track . . . rnnncrs-np in basketball . . . " j athcr round c brothers and sin " . . . faxorite pastime when they are not not stucKinj:; . . . second in Harnion ' Hall . . . conxertible Serenades and the Ci il ar party have be- come traditions of tlu ' house. ' CUT IT OUT, uniys-that tickles! " ■■- ! 3iii © Phi Delta Theta PHI DELTA THETA-Fro if Roic: D. Wnut ouwry, H. Katoii, P. Tucker, W. Be ille, secretary; W. C.rnw- tortl, ice president; C. Hart, president; B. Smith, fre;isurer; j. Tali)()tt, S. Brown, W. Hoeper, B. Walter, B. joliuson. Second Roii;: C CJlaser, P. Broliawn, F. Edjierton, D. Thompson, T. Hranicka, C. Stautfer, W. Smitli, D. Dobosh, R. ermilHon, G. SchoppiMt, j. Twininji, T. Himimel, H. Morgan, E. W ' alder, I. Hahn. Third Row: L. Richardson, D. Hollis, W. Allen, j. Houtenherg, J. Sn -der, R. Baker, A. Lil)l) , j. C;orel , w R. Home, D. Bates, I. Humplney, P. Nolan, J . Tragle, B. R() er. Fourth Row: D. I ' ranNo, P. Clennnitt, E. Brooks, M. Hegeler, D. Beadles, S. Brewer,.]. Webl), M. Murdock, T. Childs, B. Smith, C:. Webster, R. Cale, M. Sn der, D. Schroeder, P. Bouker, R. Potts. Last Row: T. Bond, R. Hamilton, B. Wood, L. Madden, P. Davis,J. Sant ' ord, D. Conway, W. Enright, B. Lewis, M. Conlley, H. Minetree, R. Reeves, R. McCullah, R. Lewis, |. Inland, S. Smith. W. Wood. t t-f f 1 1 f f f t 1 1 f t » f f ll PHI KAPPA SIGMA-Front Row: B. Dando, G. Hocker, R. Kludzuweit, treasurer; H. Cermak, secre- tary; J. Robinson, Mrs. Hendley, housemother; B. Barry, president; Skully, mascot; J. Fenton, vice presi- dent; P. Johnson, C. Menninger, J. Harlan. Second Row: B. Seabold, D. Buckler, K. Lawrence, R. ' oss- winkel, B. Hanna, D. Moore, D. Batten, V. Slitty, 4 t D. Lipinski, S. Buppert, F. Astroth. Third Row: L. Dennis, T. Hood, R. Heck, W. Bartholomay, J. Hicks, M. Stefanowicz, F. Gale, D. Nardo, J. Clough, E. Orndoff, N. Kalcounos, R. Kight. Last Row: J. Plum- mer, R. Roe, H. Wessel, G. Wikander, O. Rooney, F. Waidner, U. Lige, D. Warner, J. Martin, J. Evans, L. Kaiss, G. Loomis, B. Sullivan. Phi Kappa Sigma K IT ' S NOT for knowledge that we came to college. Athlete.s predominant at this hou.se . . . brothers represented in every phase of eam- pus sports . . . take pride in All-Aniericans in soeeer and laerosse . . . lionors high here . . . Phi Kappa Phi . . . Kalegethos . . . presi- dent of ODK . . . hard workers on TERRAPIN staff . . . editor of " Tlie Greek " . . . Phi Kap ' s known soeially too . . . sliipwreck party swinging suceess . . . Spring Formal . . . Christinas party and Dads " night round out the year . . . And tilt ' ciiitaiii lalls on aiiotluT year ot llaniioiiN llall picsciitccl 1) Flii Kappa Ian l ' ' iatrinit . . . c•(•k ol [jiacticf aiul still coiiipi ' titioii make Harmons Hall one ol tlu ' most colorliil i-Ncnts of tlu- i-ar . . . Hattk- Axe Award . . . insult? . . . no, honor ... as tlie Phi Tau ' s present theoutstanchn liouse- mother with the award . . . other awards in- ehide the Bron e Bneks ,ui en to the out- standinji; traternitx ' man . . . weekends hrinj parties . . . Undertaker ' s Ball, (Ireek and Roman Partx ' , and Fiji Flinu; sj otliuht the ear . . . HOLD IT- It ' s the only soiiji I know! Phi Kappa Tau PHI KAPPA TAU-Fronf Row: H. Frederick, B. Hotfniaii, A. Spencer, R. Hamilton, ice president; M. Jordan, president; X. N ' asnti, treasuri r; D. Re er. R. Nixdorf, W. Robinson. Last Row: J. Fieser, J. Paiper, I. DuliiKjue, R. l ;uikson, T. Johnson, J. Bode, H. Crilfith, T. Oliva, T. Johnson. B. Orinj, ' , D. N ' eniier. f f f f f f t I f t PHI SIGMA DELTA-F ' ront Row: F. Harlem, L. Granat, B. Orange, R. Weiner, R. Levin, vice presi- dent; B. Hurwitz, president; L. Coffee, treasurer; B. Kaminsky, K. Fedder, secretary; D. Fradkin, B. Steinbach, S. Saldman. Second Roiv: R. Krellen, M. Howard, P. Freidman, R. Katz, N. Mirne, J. Wien, C. Levi, S. Dobres, A. Westerman, M. Gefter, S. Jar- vis, M. Siegel. Third Row: E. Korth, S. Shevitz, N. Goldstein, S. Gordon, R. Feldman, S. Malinow, C. Robinson, M. Friedenberg, H. Rosen, D. Gould, N. Schulman, H. Mendelson, S. Saidman. Fourth Row: R. Epstein, K. Niefeld, L. Solomon, A. Akman, R. Goldman, H. Litofsky, S. Ovenstein, S. Levine, S. Knoch, B. Kaye, L. Kessler, S. Bond, G. Bronstein, C. Berenholtz, J. Copeland. Last Row: R. Landsman, D. Samuels, S. Lippenholz, R. Edla itch, B. Siegel, R. Lenkin, M. Brooks, E. Ezrine, G. Fisher, L. Rosen, A. Weinberg, L. Polt, B. Bercu, A. Eisenberg. Phi Sigma Delta BUT what do you really think about Einstein ' s theory of Relativity? Chapter opens a new volume in their history when they move in 1962 to No. 14 Fraternity Row . . . memories of the past on College Avenue: beatniks . . . hi-fi sets . . . blood drives . . . and books . . . and who could forget tlie Poison Ivy party and dessert under the stars? . . . work on the Sophomore Carnival paid off in fun and prizes . . . lots of laughs and loads of fun . . . and, undying fraternity spirit ... the future holds the key to volume two . . . 376 House in middle of Row hoasts show- case lull ot unstoleii trophies . . . hrothers ei " ' aetixe in sports . . . " Fore " — the er ' of the Phi Sig ' s as the won the intranunal golf championship . . . hold many offices on the Hill . . . vice president of Junior class . . . IPX] treasurer . . . and I F(- rush chair- man . . . it ' s not all work tor these brothers as their Roaring Twenties and Hobo parties come around . . . sponsoring Sorority Woman of the Year award, the Phi Sig ' s are a well- rounded house . . . 0 t LET ' S GET THIS show on the road. W K Phi Sigma Kappa , S£Mmm: PHI SIGMA KAPPA-Fronf Row: G. Buck, B. Bounds, R. Aaronson, L. Young, secretary-; C. Hook, president; Mrs. Earle, housemother; M. Stevenson, ice president; C. Cliilds, treasurer; R. Shumate, J. Re er, P. Re er. Second Row: T. demons, E. Scli- wartz, L. Fal)er, A. Teel, J. ScancareUa, R. Ch)vv, |. Sidli an, C . DeKanter, N. Limar, E. Lee, W. Car- hsle, H. Lins. Third Row: R. Rayne, R. Thacker, M. McMahiin, P. Siiiitli, T. Chapman, R. hmnacone, W. McA ' icker, M. l iucheau, S. Decroes, J. Farr, W. Un M. Miller. Fourth Row: J. Williams ' , V. Robertson, I. Tvdings, R. Foske , I. Duf ' lev, E. Stark, F. Ricliter, I. NlcWilliams, I. Meghv, D. A ' Hern, ). Kirln. Last Row: D. Carpin, V. Nichols, J. Faly, J. Pleiste, D. Coder, E. Banks, G. Moentmann, ]. Snnles, X. W ' asi- leski, D. M.llinjier, C. Middledorf, T. Allder. Iff f f PI KAPPA ALPHA— B. King, vice president; L. Fagan, secretary; L. Phaller, president; W. Clingan, treas- urer. Pi Kappa Alpha " FRATERNITY MEN seeking the " better things in life. " " Hard Times " are here again . . . a.s PKA ' s hold their annual fall theme party . . . famou.s alumni helping the PKA ' .s in their role of re- organization are: Senators Sparknian and Morris and actor Fess Parker . . . Delta Psi chapter was chartered in 1952 . . . looking for men willing to accept the challenge of build- ing anew . . . joining George Washington chapter for their famous Shipwreck party and other activities . . . getting started in campus action . . . membership in Arnold Air Society and Agricultural Student Coimcil . . . work- ing ambitiously on leadership and scholar- ship . . . lii campus m stcrx- soKcd . . . wander- ing SAK lion returns . . . tlie ini,ulit SAK ' s arc oil to a roaring start aiiain ■ lioKI nian ol- liccs . . . 1 l " " (] president . . . |)resid(iits ol lit ' sliinan and soplioinorc elassi ' s . . . these hrotlicrs excel in sports . . . canx inu the pig- skin this year . . . fi e top starters as wi-ll as I ' erp co-captain . . . hiilliani social season hi.uh lighted 1) tlu ' Har-lk ' ta, the Spring For- mal, and the Christmas Froiz;ram . . . ' TAKE MY PLACE- I ' ve ot to go! " A Sigma Alpha Epsilon ■ SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON-Fronf Row: J. Sippel, j. 13a i(lsoii, 1 . ( " ouitas, J. Moiitt ' doiiico, ' ice presi- (It ' iit; |. Liuu-r, president; Mrs. C;all)riiith, liouse- inotlier; F. Rapson, vice president; M. Stixaietti, secri ' tar ' ; C-. Brown, secretary; (.1. Baldwin, treas- urer; D. Sulli an, R. lilase. Second Roic: R. liristow, P. Hodiak, treasurer; W. Kircliird, L. Poole, W. John- son, P. Ross, E. Ste ens, M. ShiTnian, . Roberts, J. Schniieler, D. Ward, J. Staitord, H. Decker, W. Martin. Third Row: C. Cniy, E. Roberts, C;. Burkbol- der, R. Becknian, R. Burkli ' -, |. Doniich, ti. Clarlson, S. Darrow, ' . Maisel, E. Teague, J. Loger, R. Strong, T. Gretz. Fourth Row: D. Roop, R. Robinson, H. Brierley, J. Kenney, R. Cole, .M. Dorsey, W. Moriarity, P. Norris, V. Frazier, C. Wise, J. Griffin, R. Clone, J. Fennel, R. Sclieid, A. . lialt, V. Korab. Last Row: T. Haskell, C;. Hart, E. Dougherty, T. Brown, H. Fleming, R. De ane, D. CJumipion, R. Da is, F. Lalarli ' , E. Schneider, L. Goodwin, J. Logan, R. Myers, W. Bartleson, D. W ' irth, C:. Huseinan, W. Stone. f f t f T I f ». t fvt t t tl ft t f f t-f 1 1 1 SIGMA ALPHA MU- Front Row: S. Kaufman, I. Titunik, S. Karlin, A. Luray, F. Bank, N. Helman, president; K. Waissman, vice president; S. Neu- hauser, treasurer; L. Levin, secretary; E. Rosen- garden, M. Blumberg, R. Wiener, A. Rehert. Second Row: D. Scherr, H. Settler, S. Brickell, R. Kessler, S. Levin, J. Ballan, M. Rodman, l. Barrash, J. Gim- bel, C. Lott, A. Gillis, S. Siegel, L. Hunovice, E. W « IT Dworkin. Third Row: M. Schlossman, B. Silber, S. Goldman, J. Epstein, J. Shugarnian, A. Gladsden, R. Rombro, M. Caplan, D. Berlin, K. Michlovitz, H. Feldman, S. Coven, M. Kramer. Last Row: R. Ogdens, L. Miller, S. Lichtstrahl, A. Rothenberg, R. Orem- lano, R. Klein, D. Gleinian, F. Brown, l. Jacob, P. Markin, H. Miller, B. Halpert, M. Harmatz, R. Sachs, L Chor, M. Kaminetz, G. Goetz, S. Rogers. ■ Sigma Alpha Mu ' TO HELL with the lousy SAE ' s. ' Big goings-on behind SAM ' s black door . . . members are outstanding both socially and athletically . . . politics is big business for the SAM ' s with President of Free State Party . . . active on the Hill with the editor of the Old Line . . . Kalegethos . . . participation in sports includes . . . track . . . swimming . . . away weekend held at ski lodge in Phila. highlights social season . . . snow . . . cold faces . . . fire places and loads of fun . . . Roaring Twenties adds sparkle to social sea- son . . . second place in Homecoming float helps wind up another successful year for the SAM ' s . . . 380 Lookinu for leaders? ... it so, cont;ut the Simula C;hi ' s . . . ranking hiuh-iip on the ilill . . . president ot SGA . . . editor oi Diamond- back . . . IFC secretary . . . Commander-in- Chief of R.O.T.C. . . . ineiul)ership in ODK . . . Kalei ethos ... 1 K(- Court . . . outstand- inii ahunni — Dean Eppley, Coach Bud Mil- lican, and Dr. A er ' lielp Sij nia C hi ' s cele- brate tlii-ir 2()th .Anninx ' ersarx ' . . . Sipna Clii ' s social calendar is climaxed 1) their annual Sweetheart Wfekeiid . . . WHO ' S GOT the Old Maid? SIGMA CHI-Front Row: R. Carney, R. Smith, J. Clfiiiniiil, j. Ander.son, S. John.son, treasurer; W. White, pre.sident; N. Thigpen, ice president; j. Sims, setretar ' ; P. Schrirer, P. W ' asiner, G. Lapes, C. Har in. Second Row: S. HoNer, P. Prinz, D. (Jrinies, L. Denson, B. Hoyle, A. Toth, . Quarles, V. Sulli- van, R. Cangelosi, C. .Mathews, F. Carahello, R. W ' id- meyer, G. Adams. Third Row: J. Ward, L. Genipp, I. Owens, W. Co.x, R. Stramski, R. Mills, T. Corhin, R. Don Bullian, D. Cox, S. Mitchell, D. London, C. Cunun-ings, ]. Woods, R. MeKeK -. Fourth Roiv: H. Cole, U. Roilin, P. King, L. Evans, j. MacDonald, j. Klair, D. Bowers, D. Wertz, R. Wheatle , M. Potter, E. Douglas, H. Switzer, W. . rnold, ' . Baker, J. Boron. Last Roiv: K. Neil, j. Stewart, D. Doeller, J. Thomp- son, D. ' italone, R. Freunh, D. Burkhardt. . Wilson, I. Mcintosh, E. Peters, I. Ilamerski, C. Longley, S. Corddry, J. Rowell, J. Nh ' )ss. ! i f 11 f f t t-f f,t,f M f t f 1 ; « - ? At t t ft SIGMA NU-Fro(if Row: P. Gray, J. Eavey, D. Done- gan, T. Thomas, secretary; D. Smith, treasurer; R. Rothenburg, president; G. Harper, vice president; C. Clemons, B. Rains, M. Maguire. Last Row: C. Zipp, R. Barto, D. Delaxigne, I. Chandonnet, P. Benoit, R. McCleary, W. Diuall, ' W. Barnes, W. Wood, R. Sibley. Sigma Nu " ALL RIGHT, let ' s get organized, which one next? ' 382 Hey! Sigma Nu ' s . . . that was some hay- ride! ... a small group with big plans . . . hiisy in activities on the Hill . . . overall FOB treasurer . . . treasurer of Civil War Club . . . trainer lor football team . . . track team mem- ber . . .membership in Kalegethos . . . actix ' e in Free State party . . . Pirates ' Ball and White Bose F ' ormal . . . these activities spotlight an active social calendar . . . that ' s the Sigma Nu ' s . . . alwavs on the move . . . Wliat s l)i ' liiiKl that ri ' d ilooi .nul those vcd t ' sts? . . . Sig Kp iiRMi maintain thi-ir ainuial tradition with the presentation ol the " Hot as Hades party " . . . with a lier trail the l)hi e tlirough the year witli flieir Heart Hall, I ' reneh Cafe part and iiitei Weekend . . . on the Hill, Siy Kp sparks the seiMie in I FC:, Free State Part , and FOH . . . lire ont ol control as plans tor ri ' sidence expansion seen in Intnre . . . new eustonis lu ' re to sta ... a urowinjf chapter with a Urow inu hitnre . . . ' AH FAIR DAMSEL- sing me a song. $ — , B Sigma Phi Epsilon SIGMA PHI EPSILON -fro U Row: D. C;omll, E. Hali ' v, H. Carroll, W. Ik ' il, j. Taggart, J. Salvo, ice president; D. Jud -, president; J. Dunbar, comptroller; D. Hardesty, secretary; C Hell, R. Easniann, |. Harris, Second Row: D. CJlyda, E. Jordiui, A. .Morris, R. Zacli- idny, j, .Anderson, V. Butcher, E. Wheeler, J. H;ini- nier, R. Govt ., S. DeGraw, L. Nhuiarin. Third Row: 1 ' . Wright, S. WittniaiHi, j. Comstock, I). Cayelli, M. Wiieiitley, j. Koontz, R. Edwards, C. Holtzman, P. Hell, E. Wliitehead, S. Cira es, K. C oxon. Lost Row: j. Reynolds, (). James, J. . nderson, (;. Orndorfl " , L. Repass, W. Sengstack, T. Murray, D. Holt, J. Kincaid, (.1. (iruld), j. Leiinanis, E. Shearer. B ' f if .fiit lift SIGMA Pi-Front Row: A. Paxlatos, T. Scamniell, J. Abato, J. Williams, J. Peckham, president; R. Boyle, secretary; J. Kane, treasurer; G. Buggi, vice president; K. Leilich, P. McCabe, L. Conway. Last Row: G. Watts, A. Lord, B. Mclntire, B. Anderson, G. Mahon, J. Strickland, K. Biillivant, J. Owens, A. Tuniolo, D. Capron, C. Hartley, D. Manion. Sigma Pi n THE NATIVES are restless. From a small hou.se on Kno.x Rd. to a large house on College Ave.? . . . Fall rush pro- gram saw many new Sigma Pi ' s ... it looks as if the pledge class will add strength to already supported campus activities . . . ac- tivities include student government, religi- ous organizations, and intramurals . . . and yes! . . . Sigma Pi ' s are certainly socially active! . . . the calendar is dotted with parties . . . parties . . . the year is climaxed by the Orchid Ball . . . right now we must ad- mit— " Progress is their most important pro- duct " . . . 384 Football season again . . . pt ' p, spirit, participation ... a lu ' Ipiny hand Iroin the card section itli TEP ' s SanI Hockinan supcrxisinjj; . . . then tlic hiy j anic . . . Honic- coniing ... a swingin ' occasion lor a swingin ' part) ' . . . ioUowcd h a no Kss c cnttid has- kcthall season . . . iraternit championship? . . . school cliainpionshipr ' . . . yes, and don ' t torget the l)ig Area Meet . . . spring . . . her- nuidas, baseball, fornials, and . . . look out, here the ' come! . . . all Eastern TEP chapters isit the I ' , ol Md. . . . lots to look forward to . . . THE HUSTLER strikes again. T E Tau Epsilon Phi TAU EPSILON PHl-Frunt Row: B. SalKanik, I. Feldinaii, D. Saj;al, J. Sidle, ' ice president; Mrs. Carroll, houseinotlier; J. Forster, president; P. Kpstein, R. OfTin, . I. Kreiss, S. Hockuian. Second Row: L. Kaplan, M. Ck-rshen, E. Goodman, S. Stadd, S. Walters, S. Gerber, C. Freeland, H. Diener, S. Savitz, H. Louis. Third Row: G. Landsman, |. Fore- man, . I. Scliarl, R. Lipitz, W . Stone, L. Iknnett, H. Friedman. Fourth Row: C. Ressin, E. Packer, R. Hloom, J. Burkom, J. Brecker, G. Inoff, B. Silver- man, P. Malcolm, E. Singer, R. Snyder, M. Krongard. Last Row: N. Le y, . Le entiial, R. Fla. , P. Gliait, F. Bomiett, j. Rnhin, R. Kapl.m. II. Hettleman, P. Seller, S. Kcllman, |. Sal)l()ri, S. Dnhnoll. f 1 . l - ■ • Mi Vf t ft i 1 1 1 f % ' :rnrri I ' t t ft I ? 1 f At I ' rif 1 V: t tt t t M f f t f M ffffffffi TALI KAPPA EPSILOIN-FroHf Row: VV. Seabold, P. Miller, . Lciniami, C Waclisniiith, secretary; J. Apostol, treasurer; V. Jolinsoii, president; C. Eackles, vice president; J. Parker, F. Kreuzburg, ' . Calder, R. Bowie. Second Row: P. Kiihler, D. Brown, S. ScagK , E. Bullock, K. Groshon, H. Ercole, R. Clav, T. Phipps, B. Comeau, B. Abell, j. Metcalf. Third Row: W. Mann, E. Lucey, R. Stauterberger, Z. Bar- bour, G. Litchfield, J. Costello, C. Regnier, C. Shvaiida, H. McC artin, E. Schuebel, J. Stockman. Fourth Row: VV. Sprague, D. Fisher, J. Christensen, A. DiPictro, C. Morris, K. . Iv ill, ' . Petterolf, G. LeN- dic, W. McGilvery, L. (irapski, G. Elder, R. Cuni- niings. Last Row: B. Medley, J. erdecchis, W. Ed- wards, J. Hunsicker, C. Brady, W. Tripp, VV. Hougii, 1 . Shatfrev, S. Eliadi ' s, R. VVillianison, G. Spicer, I, Ed .waid. Tau Kappa Epsilon T K E TKE ' S POLISH th ■II lor till ' next ' ii ' r]i victory. Clan ' ! . . . Clang! . . . there ' s that TKE victory hell! . . . presented hy the B O railroad, the hell is taken to all toothall games . . . TKE has helped out many of Nhiry- land ' s varsity teams with real sportsmen . . . mustn ' t forget the high office of Senior Class President . . . charity work isn ' t oxer- looked . . . TKE and Anne Arinidel give an animal Xmas Party for underprivileged children ... a isit to a home for the aged includes painting, repairing, and landscap- ing . . . what ' s become oi Ralph? . . . she ' s still around seeking knowledge in c t ' r - class she can atttMid . . . social highlights include a (Jamhling and Hoaring Twenties Party . . . 386 It ' s war! . . . with a tiiu at hotli cikK . . . and I licta (llii ' s addition to llic (ircck Cck Irolits ... a new scuu ' sttT hriii s a new tlu ' iiic . . . srliolarsliip plus .SoI)rit ' t - ccjuals . . . siR ' ft ' ss! . . . on tlic international scene llie I ' lieta ( ' liis excel w itli their French part . . . ehillon, crepe paper, soit music . . . all lor a Dream (Jiil . . . il it s a dehate ()u want lr l ' iul i eatt , hut loi llu ' listeners Julian ' I ' eppi ' r leatls with " (Juns and Dolls ' . . . shouts, cheers, excitement . . . thc ' won! . . . takinij; the TKP liaskethall C ' hampionship . . . Slielle ui fs a hark ot appro al . . . man ' parties, man pleduies . . . still with that Dean ' s 1 j ' st in nn ' nd . . . TROPHIES MUCH? ® X Theta Chi THETA CHI-Front Row: . Comu ' il, E. Staples P. Beatt ' , secret;ir ' ; |. Huinau, ici ' pri ' sicU ' iit: M Lewis, president; j. Menill, treasurer; G. Sutherlancl j. Tepper, |. Klein. Second Row: T. Kleis, W. Hint;an H. Wilson, J. Haddaway, K. Sullivan, H. Hopkins,.! liseliiniier, F. Sil er, I). Hicliardsou. Titird Row: D Detiei, 1). C;ii)l.s, F. Hayes, W. Fucetola, F Clements E. Harucli, 1). Walker, J. Porter, |. Handolpli. Fourth Row: (;. Flort nee, T. Trott, D, Wilson, K. Hinkle, R. Moore, J. E ans, }. Culluni, F. Carrett, P. West, J. Sari, P. ManteKna. Last Row: L. (ieorge, T. O ' Don- nell, D. Da ies, H. Barnes, |. Manouyian, K. (Matter- ton, R. Turner, ' . Ferraris. ]. Dv }. ' ul)ritsk , P. Znhritsk -. w ' . 1 .1 I I f- f ft rill f f 1 1 f f ZETA BETA TAU-Fwnt Row: S. Shapiro, B. Amer- nick, F. Burman, G. Berman, S. Rohd, secretary; R. Flax, treasurer; R. Schattel, president; S. Salup, vice president; R. Fox, S. Abrans, R. Pinkner, J. Haas. Second Row: M. Gorewitz, B. Bricken, J. Shapiro, S. Malls, K. Kellar, F. Halle, B. Fuller, L. Miller, D. Kirson, N. Barnett, B. David, H. Green- berg, K. Rosenthal, R. Sachs, A. Steiner. Third Row: M. Leavey, L. Lendenbaum, H. Cardin, B. Silberg, R. Denenberg, L. Lewitt, J. Goffnian, M. Kaliner, S. Frienian, S. Bauni, C. Silbiger, L. Givner, D. Taback, J. Bernstein. Fourth Row: A. Ezrine, R. Weinblatt, A. Weiner, J. Feldstein, G. Goldstein, J. Nussbaum, J. Nelson, R. Altman, A. Freidson, R. Sher, C. Askin, H. Glick, B. Collier, H. Kaplan, M. Kirshner, D. Kemper, A. Kaplan. Last Row: M. Janotf, M. Mordes, D. Fleischmann, B. Pasarew, S. Overbeck, S. Miller, P. Finkelstein, M. Lapides, S. Lamb, D. Snyder, S. Kitl, S. Miller, D. Diamond, N. Rosenteld. Zeta Beta Tau B BE IT EVER so humble, there ' s no place like home. 388 Go, Maryland, Go! . . . the ZBT turtle.s never fail to amu.se the crowds at the inter- collegiate football games . . . nail-driving Zebes came up with another first place Homecoming float . . . leaders abound in the gi ' eat white mansion . . . vice president ol I FC . . . supreme justice of I FC Court . . . chairman of Senior Class Presents . . . bridge and bikes? . . . yes, Zeta Beta Tau sponsors both the bridge tournament and the Greek Week bike race . . . variety is the key word when planning social events . . . the ZBT ' s have everything from an ice-skating to a Miami Beach party . . . Commuters 389 Ai 0 ' ' M i " m COMMUTERS CLVB- Front Row: F. Santell, J. Birks, A. Difabio, J. Rossomondo, S. Riley, K. Chalfant, S. Eisenberg, N. Davis, C. Holland. Second Row: C. Taylor, M. Day, F. Krauch, P. Dwiggins, W. Goodwin, L. Kissinger, J. Graff, B. Tate, C. Moeser, W. Prince, R. Forester, J. Suter, M. Holmes. Last Row: R. Mar- dres, A. Levine, J. Twitty, M. Primar, S. Wolfson, Miss Marian Johnson, advisor, T. Tate, J. Ambler, R. Bortnick, M. Botkin. Commuters ' Club U.C.C. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL -Fronf Row: J Gray, pari.; R. Pasnak, treas.; J. Scanlan, vice pres.; J. Mitchell, pres.; P. Garner, sec; R. Warner, Men ' s League rep.; L. Goldenberg, AWS rep. Last Row: C. Schneider, C. Tranchitella, E. Gscheidle, Dean John- son, advisor; H. Henegar. " A social service club " giving commuters a chance to participate in campus activities . . . provides an opportunity for socializing through dances or activities every two weeks . . . boasts overall membership of approxi- mately 500 members . . . kickoff pledge night and dance introducing purpose of club drew over 300 students . . . hayride to Great Falls will long be remembered by all . . . gala Thanksgiving party with contests and sca- venger hunt . . . coed bowling and participa- tion in all intramural sports . . . touch of gaiety added to the holiday season by dec- orating the Student Union at annual Christ- mas party . . . traditional banquet with awards given to outstanding club members . . . week long campaigning before club elections . . . busy, activity-filled year climaxed with the annual Spring Formal . . . 390 -t uy ' I RECEIVING NEW MEMBERS at tin- opcninji UCC Inception art ' : J. Cia ' , pari.; J. Mitchell, pies.; and Dean Jolm.son, atKisor. MODERN DANCE ENTERTAINMENT is performed before 300 new I ' CK! nienil)ers. COMMUTERS CLUB RECRUIT new members at the information desk during F " reshman Orientation Week. MEMBERS SOCIALIZE WHILE WAITING for re- freshments at an October reception in tiie lower MEMBERS GETTING READY for UCC ' s first p.irty. dining hall. THE EFFORT by the commuters illustrates that professors also have difficulty getting to class in the snow. CONSTRUCTION BEGUN Student Union. A HARD WEEK past, a trailer student hitches a ride with two commuters. TWO STUDENTS solv 392 ' h " BUT I was so late for class. " 393 394 , •, " ' ., ' ■, r i)ff yj ' jii y ' ' M ' f . ' Zi Seniors 395 Senior Associate Editor Fran Horwitz Pictures Sharon McNeil Copy Carol Steckman Layout Sheila Rosenzwog Index Donna Skoglund Drawing By James Forbes ABBOT, THOMAS G., JR. - BoWmore, Hijtofy- Varsity Golf Dorm Council, Civil War Club, Newman Club ABtU, JOSEPH M.-WoWorf; llectrical EnginMring. AB€U, WIUJAM FRANCIS, JR.-Chevy Chota, Accounting- IK I ;. pledye troiner, IFC, pub comm . Old Line Party, puD comm Freshman Baseball Accounting Club; Commuters Club ABIU, WILUAM ROBERT lll-Bottimor ; Clwiniifrv-Ameri con Chemical Society ABERNATHY, JOHN EMMONS, JR. -Mt. Roinier; Electricol Engineering- IRE ABRAMS, ARNOLD G. - Baltimore; History — Dorm, v p, treas . air raid warden, house rules comm chm.. Free State Party, Hillel, treas , sgt at arms, Vandenberg Guard, Student Food Service Council ABRJVMS. HENRIETT - Hyottsville; Elementory Educo- tion— Honors Convocotion, Cert, of Distinguished Scholarship ACQUA, FRANK DEU- Baltimore; Economici — Dorm, pres,, v,p , House Rules comm. ADAMS, DONALD L£E - Woshington, D.C.; History — Varsity Swimming Team. ADKINS, GEORGE WOODROW- Salisbury; Agriculture Educotion-ArP. pres ; AZ, pres., v,p,; Collegiate 4-H Club, Collegiate FFA, Pershing Rifles, Kolegethos, OAK; FOB; Donforth Senior Fellowship ALDER, WALTON WILLIAM- Princess Anne; History. ALDRIDGE, HUBERT G- College Paric; Electrical Engineering- IRE Q c o ,.o ALEXANDER, LEUND G.-Ariington, Va.; MiHtary Studies. ALLEN, DONALD C- Hyattsville; Mechanical Engineering- SAM, ASME, Track Team, Baptist Student Union, ALLEN, ETHAN C — Hyottsville; Economics— Economics Discussion Club. ALIEN, SIAH ELIZABETH -Germantown; Food - Nutrition -APA; Baptist Student Union, ALLEN, THEODORE MURRAY- Neovitt; Civil Engineering- Intramurals ALIEN, THOMAS G.-San Marino, Colif.; Psychology -ATA; X; Weight lifting Team; Frosh Track ALIMON, GEORGE TRUEH, JR.- Siker Spring; Per onnel- AXn AAAODEI, MARGO-Crowxville; French- French Club 4 " ' O O Cj ( o ( AMOS, HIUEL J. -Baltimore; Civil Engineering -ASCE ANDERSON, JAMES D. JR. — College Parte; Mechanical Engineering — i. , secy, pledge trainer; ASME ANDERSON, JOHN FREDERIC -Artington, Va.; Military Science. ANDRERA, LYNN M. — Si Ker Spring; History — AI ' , v p; IlAi, Terrapin, ossoc ed , Terrapin Key; " Information Please, " ed.; Elections Boord, chm.; Who ' s Who Comm.; Finance Comm.; May Day, rep., comm. chm.; M-Book, ossoc. ed,; Dorm Council, sec ' y. ! -:! APOSTOl, JOHN CIEO-Annopolis; Accounting. APPUSTEIN, CAROL- Pikeville; Psychology — i A ' ! ' , secy, pub chm,; H, hist,, Diamond, Diomondboc i, fea ture ed , news ed . columnist, managing ed,, key, Ernie A, Coblentz Award; Frosh, Prom, Dub chm,. Terrapin Student Activities Comm,; Old Line, ed, ass ' t ARMSTRONG, ROBERT H- Silver Spring; Commerce - I IK; t Ul: FOB, chm ASCHENBRENNER, HAROLD JOSEPH - College Parti; Psychology -Weight lifting Club; Dorm, treos 397 a.- ' ' C5r- ASHMAN, EDITH - Baltimore; Speech Therapy -SAT, treas., v. p., pledge trainer, Diamondback: Soph Prom Comm., SAH Hon. Hist,; Diamond. ASRAEL, AARON ROBERT -Boltimore, Pre-low-ZBT, Hillel, Intramurols ATKINS, PIERCE -Bladens- burg; Music- Bond, Orchestra, Dance Band, AnEBERRY, WILLIAM - Washington, D.C.; Education for Industry -Wesley Foundation. AUS, EDWARD REYNOLDS - Baltimore; Accounting- Dean ' s List Young Democ. Club. AUS, ROBERT M. — Baltimore; Education for Industry -SAM, Young Democ Club AUSTIN, SALLIE LOU-College Pork; Home Economics. BABB, RICHARD M.- Norristown, Pa.; Commerce — SAM, International Club. BAGELMANN, HENRY A., JR.-Lanham; Recreation- Recreation Society, pres BAILEY, BESSIE LEE - Washington, DC; English. BAILEY, CLARK A. -Princess Anne; Accounting -ASn, treos BAIRD, ANN MARIE -Cheverly; Social Studies-Civil War Club, Newman Club, BAKER, BARBARA H.-Bethesdo; English-AP; Terrapin, WRA BAKER, ROGER ALAN -Sociology- AT, social chm.. Sociology Club. BALLINGER, BETTY A.- Physical Education -Women ' s Professional Club, WRA. BANK, FRED -Baltimore; Sociology — AM, social chm., cult, chm., steward; IFC Presents, reception comm.; Card Section Comm. 5-=»J T «J -f-f ffZj % BARBEE, JOYCE ANNE-Hyattsville; Accounting - (l)X t , treas ; WMUC; Accounting Club. BARGTEIL, MICHAEL EMMANUEL -Adelphi; Public Relations- AEO, treas, hist., lib,; SA.X, treas.; Diamondback; Hillel; Vandenberg Guard; Student Public Relations Society BARINEAU, PAM PLUMLEY - Shreveport, Louisiana; Sociology - riH t ; Angel Flight; Vandenberg Guard " Angel " ; Homecoming Court. BARKER, FRANK A., JR. -Hollywood, Florida; Military Affairs. BARRACLOUGH, DONALD F. - Alexandria; History. BARRETT, WILLIAM E. - Baltimore; Education for Industry. BARRY, ROBERT C.-Attomont, N.Y.; Economics — t KS, pres.; OAK, pres., Kalagethos; (tK ; IFC, boat ride chm.; Dean ' s List; Men ' s League, sec ' y., assoc. court justice, leadership banquet chm.; SAM; Soph Carnival Comm., Pol. Science Club; Economics Discussion Club; Honors Certificate; Stu- dent Plocement Library Comm, chm, BARSALLO, ORLANDO A. -Remedies, Chir- iqui, Panama; Zoology— Newman Club; International Club; Spanish Club. BARTHOLOMEW, GORDON W.-Both, Pa.; Physical Education- Wrestling Team M Club; Modern Dance Club BARTHOLOMAY, WILLIAM PET ER III - Baltimore; Zool- ogy- t KS; Dorm, football, basketball, softboll teams; Soph, Carnival; Job Placement Library BARTLESON, JANE L. - Elementary Education- KA, treas ; Diamond, Diamondback; Old Line; Frosh Prom Comm.; Intramurols. BARTO, ROBERT E., JR.-Adelphi; Civil Engineering- SN, treas., sec ' y.; Rifle Teom; M Club; ASCE. 398 BASH, RONALD WILLIAM- Education for Industry- Newman Club. BASS, STANLEY KIRTLANO- Westfield, N.J.; Tronsportotion - A I A, v.p, sec ' y , pledge troiner AW, freiis Pershing Ritles Intramurals, Propeller Club BATES, CHARLES C.- Kensington; Mechanical Engineering- ASME BATES, DONALD D. - Baltimore; Educa- tion for Industry- HAT. Terrapin, photographer, SAM. BAUM, MARSHA GAIL -Baltimore; Sociol Sciences -. AA; Dorm, Judicial Board rep BAUMGARDNER, MARY MARGARH- Westminster; Home Ec. Educotion. BAUR, JOHN W. — Boltimore; General Agriculture— AZ. Membership chm , FFA; Agronomy Club Dorm Comm BAVIS, JUDITH JANE- Annopolls; Clothing Textiles. BAXTER, LAURA JENNEnE-Bethesdo; Elementary Education- Angel Flight BEALE, CHARLES L. -Joppo; Electricol Engineering BEALL, THOMAS M- Silver Spring; Gov- ernment Politics-. rn BEAN, ANN M.-Ellicott City; Physicol Education -Cheer leader WRA, sec ' y : Dorm, sec ' y BEARCE, NEIL ROBERT- Foxboro, Mass.; English -Vandenberg Guard, Pershing Rifles, Regimental Staff, Arnold Air Society BECKER, BERNARD J.-Chillum; History- Newman Club BECKER, JANE LANGWITH - Bethesdo; History-AP, sec ' y, Chinese Club, Soph Carnival, sorority chm. BEECHENER, GEORGE W., JR.; Science Education— Dorm, house manager, Intramurals. L i 1 V 1 o, BEEKMAN, GERALD R.-Cconto, Wise.; Militory Science. BEER, BEVERLY L.-West Hyottsville; English. BEGGS, CHARKI WESUY- Cambridge; Electrical Engineering - IRE, AIEE BEHRMAN, PAUL CHRISTIAN, JR. -Boltimore; Psychology- Psychology Club. BENKERT, MICHAEL J.-Catonsville; Air Transportation- IKE, vp, music chm, ASn, Sr Class Men ' s League Rep, Intramurals, Homecoming Comm., treas.; Sr, Class Presents, treas.. Old Line Party, Dorm, treas , social chm.; Flying Club. BENNEH, WAITER H. - Allentown, Po.; Economics- Aill, v p. Economics Discus sion Club, pres BENSEL, CAROLYN RUTH - Baltimore; Botany-Dorm, v p. Judicial Board chm, fire marshall BENSON, JAMES S.-Upperco; Civil Engineering -. rP, reporter, social chm,, IFC, Jazz Concert chm.. Cancer Carnivol chm,; IFC Presents arrangements chm., Kalegethos, Sr. Class Legislature; Old Line Party, rep.; ASCE; FOB, Soph Carnival BERMAN, GEOFFREY M. - Boltimore; Zoology- ZB I Intramurals BEVIUE, ROSS HARWOOD, JR. -Bethesdo; Mechonical Engineering - J A I ' , sec ' y , sch chm Mli IBIl, pres. Soph Mechanical Engineering Aword, (),AK, t K t , IITS, Terrapin, Circulation Mgr , Bus, Mgr , Chemistry Book Award, FOB, EICC, chm,. Who ' s Who BICHELL, ELAINE R. -Washington, D.C.; Textiles Clothing-SK, chaplain; Intromurals, Home Economics Club; Wesley Foundation, BlUiR, SHIRLEY-Bohi- more; Sociology— Terropin; Psychology Club; Dorm, exec, council. Homecoming chm p m r- . p «. 399 , c ,ej BINKlfY, FLORENCE AlfTHEA - Hagerstown; Spanish- Spanish Club, Chapel Choir. BISHOP, ROBERT B., JR. -College Par ; Electrical Engineering - t KT; OAE, IRE, AIEE, WMUC, chief engineer, Mr. Mrs, Club, pres.. Men ' s League Independent Rep., Dorm Council, pres.; Amateur Radio Association, trustee. BISPHAM, MARY JO-Ariington, Va.; English Educotion - X, SNEA, Diamondback; Student Coun selor BinEL, BERNARD H. - Educotion for Industry - SAM, Intromurols BIVEN, RONALD. BLACK, ERNEST W.- Moses Lake, Wash.; Military Science. BLOOM, GILBERT DANIEL -Silver Spring; Accounting- BA1 ' BLOOMER, DONALD MARSHALL - Hyattsville; Military Studies. BLOOMGARDEN, BARCLAY H., JR. - Chestertown; General Business - SAM, Persh ing Rifles, Ski Club, Accounting Club, Economics Club. BLUMBERG, MORTON BARRY — Boltimore; History — SAM, Dorm, treas., Junior Prom, ticket chm.. Ski Club BLUMBERG, NORMAN JOSEPH - Silver Spring; Chemical Engineering- A. 2, Varsity Basketball, manager. Flying Club. BOARD, MICHAEL EDWARD -Baltimore; Music Education— KKM ' , v,p., I MA, Bond, pres., drum major, v.p.; Pep Band, student director, Conviar Award, Flying Follies, Arnold Air Society, Newman Club, Football Shows Comm., chm.. Scabbard and Blade, ODK, Who ' s Who. BOCHLET, CHARlfS J., JR. - Hyattsville; Mari(eting. BODE, BARBARA FRANCES - University Pork; Foreign Areas-German- Transferred from Munich Branch. BOICE, ALLIE LEE -Hall; Childhood Education -KKF, registrar, asst pledge trainer. Chapel Choir, Flying Follies, Bridal Fair, BOUN, PHILIP A. - Woshington, D.C.; Physical Education — t)AE, pres BOND, DAVID MALCOLM - Bethesdo; Accounting- B A ' } ' , SAM BORCHELT, BEN J- College Pork; Journalism -XA.X, Chapel Choir, Diomondbock, sports ed.; Olympic Barbell Club; Men ' s Glee Club BOROR, JEROME J. -Detroit, Mich.; Education for Industry -5:. ; SAM; WMUC BOSWELL, BENJAMIN WYAn, JR. - Baltimore; Eco- nomics— Fresh. Soccer, Varsity Soccen Frosh. Baseball, SAM; Newman Club. U - I, m ff " ' l O A f! O, (T o C i BOTTNER, MARY THERESA - Dovldsonville; Textiles Clothing- Dorm, exec council, hall pres,, judicial board; Campus Judicial Board, sec ' y,. May Day Rep,; Newman Club; 4-H Club; Home Economics Club. BOULDIN, BILLY 0. - Laurel; Military Science. BOVELSKY, BERNARD JOSEPH - Baltimore; Civil Engineering -ASCE Dorm Activities BOWEN, PAUL, JR.-Sevemo Portt; Sociology- ATfl, rush chm; OAK; Scabbard Blade, pres.; Kolegethos, Who ' s Who; Who ' s Who Comm., chm.; Jr. Closs Legis- lature; Sr. Class, treas.; Varsity Lacrosse. BOYER, NANCY LUDORA — Boltimore; Home Economics Education — Dorm, exec coun cil, judicial board, hist., bulletin board chm,, counselor. Home Economics Club; AWS Orphan ' s Party. BRADLEY, JAMES R.-Mardelo Springs; General -House Rules Comm BRADSHAW, RICHARD KENRICK-Rockville; Industrial Administration. BRADY, CAREY RUSSELL -Laurel; Transportation- IKK; AM A; Newman Club 400 BRADY, EDWARD A. - Riverdole; Mechanical Engineering BRASHEARS, SIDNEY S - lourel; Physics- Physics Maiors Club BRATFISCH, CARL E.-Newart, Ohio; Military Science. BREAKALL, PHYUIS L. — Honcock, Business Education - Newman Club BREEN, PATRICIA MAY - Bethesdo; Elementary Educotion - Newman Club Com muters Club, Dorm, Dining Holl rep BRIGHT, JEAN ANN -Silver Spring; English. BRILL, CELIAE.- Silver Spring; Art Education- T.W Old Lme. Spanish Club, sec ' y., AWS, pub comm ; Pep Club BRISKER, LISA-Woshington, D.C.; Elementary Educa- tion— A ' t ' K Terrapin, sect ed , Women ' s Chorus, pres , v p f O BROADRUP, ROBERT EASTERDAY - Frederick; Zoology- House Rules Comm. chm . Scholarship Comm BROWN, GERALDINE H.-Bladen$burg; French -Dorm, exec council, ludicial board, social chm , Newman Club, French Club; Munich Terra- pin; Glee Club BROWN, JOHN M. - Baltimore; Physics -Chapel Choir BROWN, LAVERNE - Hogerstown; Spanish -KA, house pres, XAfl; Sorority Council; Aqua- liners; Red Cross Hostess. BROWN, NANCY ANN-Coloro; Government Politics- lU. ; Politico! Science Club, pres., treos , sec ' y , Young Democrats, Student Union Comm BROWN, ROBERT -Beltsviile; Chemistry -Student Affiliate American Chemicol Society. BROWN, RONALD LEE - Fairfield, Pa.; Sociology -. T(1. rush chm FOB, tour leader; Frosh Mixer Chm , Sociology Club, Intramurals, BROWNING, PERRY W. Ill-Hyattsville; Education for Industry -(). ; SAM. a ; lit BRUSH, CLAUDIA ANNE-Sevemo Porii; Textiles Clothing- K. (-), treas , vp, pledge trainer. Angel Flight, pledge doss pres Acquolmers, FOB, Home Ec, Club, pres,, treas,. Student Faculty Council; Home Ec Coreer Forum, co-chm BRYANT, ALICE J. -Bethesdo; American Civilizotion- AAA, house pres ; Angel Flight, Drill Team, University Theatre; Jr, Prom Comm, BUBECK, ELLEN-Hyatts- vllle; History-AAA; . OA, OAO; Jr, Prom Chm.; Soph Carnival Chm, Uni versity Theatre; Student Union Board Chm., Elections Board, Placement Comm , AXA Crescent Girl BUCHANAN, SUSAN - Baltimore; German -iOK, pledge queen; Judicial Board, pres , Germon Club; Bridge Club, Internotionol Club, Spanish Club BUCHER, ROSE MARY-Takoma Pari; Elementary Education. BUCKEL, JUDITH A- Bittlnger; Home Economics Education — Collegiate 4 H Club, sec ' y,, pres,; Home Ec, Club, Lutheran Student Associotion; Chapel Choir, Dorm, judicial board chm ; Compus Judicial Board; Ag. Council, sec ' y.; SNEA. BUDO, ROBERT W. - Greenbelt; Transportation -AS 11; AN. , pres ; Propeller Club BUFFUM, CHARLES, JR.- Blodensburg; Joumolism — D omondbock; Terrapin, sect, ed.; Commuters Club; Publications Photographer; NCO Academy, outstanding cadet. m a BULL, LAWRENCE VINTON -Edgewoter; Industrial Education - M. ; IAEA; SNEA; Marching Bond. Dance Bond BURBUL, EDWARD J.-Kcomey, N.J.; Psychology- Dorm, V p; Tennis Newman Club BURDEHE, COURTNEY BOWMAN, JR. -Wood- bine Agricultural Education- FFA; Collegiote Reporter BUREN, RONALD -Jersey City, N.J.; Accounting — .Miri; SAM; Accounting Club. 401 c f fei k rs r c f r c f ik ilri?M BURGER, JOHN L. - Middletown; Educotion for Industry- Dorm, v.p., pres.. Intra murals SAM BURGER, JUDITH ANNTOINmE-Towson; Social Studies Educotion- Dorm, pres., treas., fire marshal, big sister, Dorm Council; lAWS Delegate, Intra- murals, Westminster Fellowship BURKE, AL FRED JOSEPH, JR. - Baltimore; Account- ing. BURKE, GEORGE J. -College Parle; Electrical Engineering- 1 RE BURKHAUER, JOSEPH T.-Silver Spring; Civil Engineering -ASCE. BURMAN, FREDRIC HOWARD — Baltimore; History— ZBT, rush chm., social chm., pledge trainer, Kolegethos, Frosh. Soccer Team, Frosh. Lacrosse Team, Homecoming Dance Chm.; IFC Presents Comm.; Sr. Prom Comm.; Soph. Carnival. BURNIKAS, ALFRED A.-West Hyattsville; Military Science- Flying; Judo BURNETTE, McLUTHER- Beoumont, Texas; Military Science. BURNS, HUGH P., JR.-Mt. Rainier; Public Relotions-SA.X; Newman Club; Vonden berg Guard; Advance ROTC BURR, EDGAR STOUFFER - Bethesda; Mechanical En- gineering -ASME BUSHER, LEO F., JR.-Silver Spring; Personnel. BUTCHER, WIL- LIAM E. - Ft. Belvoir, Va.; Military Science. ' o BYRD, CAROL CHRYSTINE - Chevy Chase; Elementary Education - A. n, mystogogue chm.; FOB; French Club; SNEA; Home Economics Club. BYRD, JOHN W.-Sevema Parte; Accounting-Accounting Club. CALDER, LUCY MARGARET - Cotonsville; Recrea- tion— AT, WRA; Wesley Foundation; Sociology Club; Maryland Recreation So- ciety CALDER, VICTOR ANTHONY - Capitol Heights; Accounting-TKE; Frosh Base ball; Intramurals. Newman Club, Accounting Club. M!MaMki CALITIS, JURIS -Blodensburg; Philosophy- Glee Club, v p CALL, CLAIR R.-Auroro, Calif.; Military Science. CALLAGHAN, JERRY TED -Pasadena, Calif.; Aeronouticol Engineering- IAS. CAMAROTE, CHARLES J.-Bridgeton, N.J.; Accounting -Young Democrats Club; Accounting Club. CAMERON, WILLIAM F. - Hyattsville; Music Education-Chapel Choir; Prot. Service Choir Director; Music Educators National Conf.; Flying Follies; University Theatre; SNEA, Opera " Madam Butterfly " ; Symphonic Band, soloist. CAMHY, MARSHA- Boltimore; Elementary Education — 4 SS, sec ' y., sch. chm.; Panhellenic Council, 2nd v p, Bridal Fair CAMPBELL, JUDITH ANNE - Hogerstovim; English-Diomond bacic; Newman Club; University Theatre; Big Sister, Old Line Party, Platform Comm. CANNON, MARY JEANNE - Bethesda; English -Newman Club; Dorm. Comm. CAPONITI, JOHN, JR. -Washington, D.C.; Financial Administration- Dean ' s List; Ne wman Club CAPRON, DONALD L.-Bethesda; Psychology- STI; Newman Club, Young Republicians Club, Calvert Debate. CARBAUGH, DONOVAN C. -Clear Spring; Chemical Engineering — 4 n]£, TUfl; AICE, v.p., scholarship award, David Berman Memorial Award; American Chemical Society. CARHART, MARY GAM- BRILL— University Pork; History — , AH, sec ' y., treas.; Diamond; Panhellenic Council, 2nd v.p.; FOB, Student Union Board. 402 CARICO, ROBERT B - Baltimore, Accounting- H V Deans List, Accounting Club CARNEY, ROBERT MICHAEL -Baltimore; Psychology- i Frosh Lacrosse Team CARPENTER, SANDRA H. -Kensington, Childhood Education -Women ' s Chorus, Wesley Foundation CARR, PATTERSON - Bombay, India; French Areo-AAA, , AA Modern Dance Club, Concert Newman Club. French Club, " Children ' s Hour, " leading role. Flying Follies. CARR, PAUL D. - Baltimore; Recreation — Maryland Recreation Society, Notional Recreation Society CARRICK, JACQUELINE -Boltimore; History- Mortar Boord; .■ , A, vp. Dorm, academic chm , vp. pres , United Nations Club, pres.. Out- stondmg Independent Sophomore Women Award. May Day, script chm , AWS, cultural comm chm CARROLL, LEROY WHITLOCK- Boltimore; Philosophy. CARTER, PATRICIA LU — Bethesdo; Recreotion — Al ' A, corr secy, rec secy, house pres, vp., AWS, Orphans party, Canterbury Associotion, v. p., pres.. Recreation So- ciety, sec ' y.; Professional Club; WRA, rep., interest groups CASE, WILLIAM N.-Arilngton, D.C.; Military Science. CASTINE, LAWRENCE S.- Baltimore; Psychology- Psychology Club, treas CECCARELLI, RONALD V.-We$t Hyattsville; Electrical Engineering- 11 k IRE AIEE CECCHINI, LEO FRANCIS, JR.- Oxon Hill; Foreign Service Economics — I ' OL ' ; Newman Club, treas f fTi f1 C C: fTj O CECIL, ALFRED W- Baltimore; Civil Engineering- Weight lifting CHAMBERLIN, ROSALIE MILBOURNE- Kingston; Elementory Education -Dorm, fire It; Intromurals; Women ' s Chorus, treos , Conterbury Associotion. CHAMBERS, LUCY DIANA — Salisbury; Chemistry — . All, sec ' y., sch. chm., standards chm, chaplain, , AA; University Theotre, Chopel Choir; Women ' s Chorus. Christi an Science Org., pres Americon Chemical Society CHAMPION, DANIEL FLORY-Pleosantville, N.J.; Agronomy — S.- K. Agronomy Club. Terrapin CHAPLIN, J. RICHARD -Solem, N.J.; Accounting -Accounting Club CHAPMAN, TERRY HUGHES — Takoma Pori ; Sociology - t iK, pledge master, Interfroternity Golf Softball CHANG, CHEN PAO- College Park; Accounting-Accounting Club. CHERINGAS, VICTORIA -Silver Spring; English. CHERNOW, MARCIA BERLIN -Silver Spring; Childhood Educotion- I):i Deon ' s List; Parent s Day Comm CHERRY, CHARLES, JR.-W. Hyattsville; Psychology. CHILDERS, THOMAS ALLEN-College Pori; English- Dean ' s List. Student Union Poster Serv ice CHILDS, THOMAS LEE - Baltimore; Mechanical Engineering -4 AH, Terropin, sect, ed , ossoc ed.; Intromurols. Dorm, officer CHISHOLM, MICHAEL -CumbeHond; Pre-Med. CHRISTENSEN, JOHN WILLIAM-Mt. Rainier; Accounting- Newman Club CICHETTI, DANIEL J. -Boltimore; Mechonicol Engineering -ASME CISSEL, W. LAMBERT - Woodbine; Agronomy- Rifle Team. C) o p .o 403 ClABAUGH, JOANNE - Bethesda; English - Dorm, v p , pres CLAFFY, ROBERT MICHAEL -Silver Spring; Electricol Engineering -Newman Club, AIEE, IRE CLARK, JACK M., JR. -College Pork; Physical Educotion. CLARKSON, PAUL STEPHEN, JR. -Baltimore; Philosophy -Men ' s Glee Club, Bridge Club. CLAY, LILLIAN H.-Hyattsville; Sociology- AOH; Psychology Club, secy.; Terra- pin; Sociology Club CWYTON, PAMELA JANE-Hatboro, Pa.; English -AF, pres., rush chm., sch. chm.; Mortar Board, treas.; Diamond; riAE, Medal of Merit; Terrapin, sect, ed., co-ed. -in-chief; Faculty Senate Pub. Comm.; Diomondback, copy ed.; Finance Comm.; Frosh, Prom, co chm.. Soph. Prom; Bridal Fair, AWS, publications comm. chm,; Homecoming Comm., Assoc. Col. Press Conv. Del. CLEAVER, JOE M. — Hyattsville; Economics — Economics Discussion Club, v.p. CLEMONS, OLIVER W., JR. - Baltimore; Civil Engineering- ASCE; SAME; Newman Club, CLIFTON, FRANK RAYMOND -Baltimore; Mechonical Engineering -ASME, Dorm, social chm CLOW, JOHN LIONEL-Havre DeGrace; Transportation- ANA, 2nd v p ; Dorm, pres ; Marching Band; Intromurols, COBEY, JULIA ANNE — University Park; History — AAA, v,p,; Mortar Board, sec ' y.; I)A0; Cheerleader; Terrapin, assoc. ed-; WRA, handbook ed,; A 6oo t; Sr. Prom, co-chm.; Bridal Fair, co-chm.; SGA Cultural Comm,; Campus Chest, assist, chm., sec ' y.; Who ' s Who Comm.; Maye Daye, invitations chm.; FOB; Jr. Prom., comm. chm.; Soph. Carnival, comm. chm,; Homecoming, comm, chm,; Doydodger Big Sister, COCHRAN, ALICE- Bethesdo; Elementary Education — AF; Angel Flight; Canterbury Club, COCHRAN, CLAIRE JANE-Silver Spring; Childhood Education- F B, SNEA; Day dodger Big Sister CODER, DAVID WILLIAM - Hyottsville; Mechanical Engineering - 1 SK, HS, pres,; TBH, sec ' y,; mi, treas., ASME; Chess Club; Wesley Founda tion COFFIN, JOHN L- Washington, D.C.; Industrial Relations - KT; SAM, v p, conf. chm., public relations newsletter ed.; American Management Association Student Coordinator COHEN, ARTHUR-Chevy Chase; Psychology- AEFl; SGA Legislature, Elections Board; FOB; Biology Club COHEN, DONALD WARREN - Boltimore; Pre-Vet- . , Dorm, treas ; Psychology Club; V eterinary Club; Food Services Comm.; Intromurols. COHEN, FRED S.- Baltimore; History- Sports Car Club. COHEN, ORA RICHARD -Adelphi; Zoology. COLB, NANCIJOY- Silver Spring; Sociology. COLEMAN, VIRGINIA ANNE-Silver Spring; Elementary Education -FOB, sch chm, membership chm.; Maye Daye; Jr. Class Legislature; Terrapin; FOB; AWS, news letter ed., big sister, Apple Blossom Princess. CONE, CARIN ALICE -Ridgewood, N.J.; Elementary Education- AF, v p Chapel Choir CONKLIN, THOMAS H.-Spring- ville Rd., N.J.; Electrical Engineering — TIUF HK ; Western Electric Scholarship CONNELLY, WILLIAM ALEXANDER -Silver Spring; Insurance Real Estate. CONNOR, GEORGE BRADY -Psychology. CONWAY, DANIEL E.- Bethesda; History - A( " ) COOK, LINDA FAYE- Silver Spring; English- KKF, sch chm; Cheerleader, captain. Pep Club; Old Line Party, rep. COOK, PETER A. — Silver Spring; History- ' FKE; Intromurols. COOPER, ELAINE - tlementory Education- li.! Dorm Activirie-. COOPER, JOSEPH A. -Lexington Pari, Electrical Engineering. COOPER, WILLIAM HARRISON, JR - Eden; Marketing — ' I ' AH, Dorm, pres , SAM, Sports Cor Club, Marketing Club Intromurols COPPER, BERNARD FRANKLIN -Washington, DC; General -Varsity Baseball CORBIN, BRUCE ROBINSON -Towson; Physical Education- Frosh Football. Soccer Frosh Baseball, Varsity Baseball. M Club COUGHENOUR, CLYDE I. - Greenbelt; Mechonical Engineering. COUNCILMAN, lAUREHA, ELAINE - Baldwin; History - Women ' s Chorus, " Madame Butterfly " COWGIU, SHIRUY ANN -Preston; English Educotion — . ' V.XA. Dorm, sec ' y,, v. p., pres COX, MYRON EDWARD-Glen Bumie; Spanish Education- WMUC Spanish Club. Flying Club COX, WILLIAM FRANCIS, JR.-Moyo; Educotion for Industry-Marching Bond, Dance Bond. SAM, Advanced ROTC. Pershing Rifles. COX, WIUIAM L- Bel Air; Music Education — n. l. A. Bond. Dance Bond, Lutheran Student Associa tion, Weight lifting CRAMMATTE, EDITH F. -Adelphi; Home Economic Educotion- AP, phllonthropic chm.. Dorm, pres.. Terrapin, sect, ed.; AWS Orphans Party, co-chm.; Intromurols; Diomondbock; Home Economics Club, pub. chm. CRANE, THOMAS C — Baltimore; Civil Engineering — Civil Engr Honor Society, treos. E, TBn. ASCE CRAVARITIS, GERALDINE M.-Adelphi; Art-F.AX; Expression University Commuters Club; Women ' s Chorus, hist., social chm., Madrigals, Newman Club, personnel chm CREAMER, CHARLOnE ANN -Art Education -SNEA. Intromurols CROCKER, VIRGINIA BEATRICE -Silver Spring; Donee-Modern Donee Club; WRA, University Theatre, " Kiss Me Kate, " " I am o Camera. " CRONIN, DAVID COURTHEY-W. Hyattsville; Aeronouticol Engineering- I. .S. CROOK, LU ANN -Silver Spring; Elementary Education. CROSBY, ALBERT B- Hyatts- ville; Physical Education. CROSS, HERBERT H.-W. Friendship; Physical Education. Q np f CROSS, ROBERT C. -Cotonsville; Government Politics. CROSSLH, SUE-Towson; Elementory Education — AT. Flying Follies, Harmony Hall Women ' s Chorus CUMMINGS, ROBERT HENRY - Baltimore; Physical Education -Varsity Soccer, co captain, M Club, secy, Dorm, monoger DAHLIN, KENNETH WALTER - Rockville; Music Educotion — 2 . ; OAK; it.A.M, v. p., pledge trainer; Madrigal Singers, pres , treos . Morching Band; Concert Bond. DALINSKY, SUSAN -Baltimore; French -. K DASHER, ELIZABHH ANN -Washing- ton, D.C.; Childhood Education -Dorm exec council, social chm Red Cross group; WRA, Interest groups. Soph Carnival comm . Conterbury Club. DAVIS, CHARLES QUENTIN-Boltimore; Social Studies Education- Dorm, pres, vp, sociol chm,, house rules sch. chm., Young Democrots Club. DAVIS, ERNEST PAUL, JR.- Hogerstown; Accounting- B.- ; Weight-lifting Club; Accounting Club. 405 DAVIS, JOAN BARBARA -Beallsville; Elementary Educotion-KKr, secy , rush chm , Diamond, AWS, sec ' y., leadership workshop, Jr Legislature, rules comm. chm., Maye Doye, sec ' y . Homecoming Dance, co-chm.. Who ' s Who Comm., Military Ball Queen Runner-up, Intromurals. DAVIS, MARTIN ALAN - HyaHsvllle; Electrical Engineering- 1 RE DAVIS, NANCY JEAN - Bethesdo; Foods Nutrition- APA, West minster Fellowship, Home Economics Club, SGA Placement Comm. DAVIS, PATRICIA ANN-Hyottsville; History. DAY, ALVIN UON-Hyattsville; Mechanical Engineering -ASME, SAME Advanced Air Science, Arnold Air Society DeAMICO, PATRICIA A. -Baltimore; Proctlcal Art Interior Design — AXn, sch. chm,. Women ' s Chorus; Home Economics Club; Dorm Big Sister Newman Club DEBEUUS, WARREN HOLIDAY, JR. - Boltimore; Industrial Arts — Dorm, exec, comm., house rules chm., float comm.; Intromurals. DEBOLT, ROY A. — Mt. Rainier; Electrical Engineering — AIEE DeCAMARA, PHILIP, JR. -Silver Spring; Accounting- BAM ' DeCARLO, GUY R.-Fort McPherson, Ga.; Economics — Economics Discussion Club; Dorm Counselor; ChoruS; Ski Club. DECKER, ARLEEN - Arnold; French- ESA, Dromo Wing; Newman Club, Not ' l. Exec. Comm., SNEA; French Club; Intromurals. DEFEIICE, CHARUS ERNEST - Hogerstown; Pre-Med — ATfl. • : 0 P !p f Q DEFFINBAUGH, ROBERT A. -Silver Spring; Physical Educotion-2 J E, athletic chm, social comm,; Newman Club; intromurals. DEITEMEIER, EDWARD R., JR. — Takomo Pari ; English. DELANOY, DIANA D- Che vy Chase; Sociology- IIB , political rep.; FOB, Dorm, exec, council; Judicial Board, Aquoliners; Angel Flight, pub. chm.; Homecoming Queens Comm., Lob Theatre; Sociology Club; Elections. DENNEY, DAVID KENYON- Frederick; Agriculture Education- APP, chaplain; AZ, sec ' y , hist.; Pershing Rifles, FFA, Collegiate 4-H Club. DESANTIS, UURENCE FRANK - Hyottsville; History-Veterans Club; Scholastic Honor Aword DEVLIN, MARY A. -Bethesdo; Practical Art. DIAKOULAS, CHRY- SANTHE — Baltimore; Elementary Education — Dorm, Soph. Carnival chm., Homecom- ing Dec. co-chm., parliamentarian; Free State Party. DIBELLA, GEOFFREY ANGELO WILLIATON- Hyottsville; Zoology - t S; Bridge Club; International Club. DICK, GEORGE F, JR. -Washington, D.C.; Chemical Engineering -A £; AICE. DICK- INSON, BARBARA LEE- Recreation -Moryland Recreation Society; Young Republi can Club DIEBOLO, RAYMOND J.-Elkton; Agronomy- APP, reporter; Ag Student Council; Newman Club; Block Bridle Club, Agronomy Club; Dairy Science Club, v.p.; Dairy Cattle Judging Team. DIETRICH, DIANE ELLEN - Bethesdo; Textiles Clothing— kA0, hist., asst. house pres., archivist; FOB; Newman Club; Dorm Big Sister; Home Economics Club. DIHRICH, FLORENCE -College Pori(; Elementory Education. DIPPOU), MARGARET S.- LoPlata; Textiles -KA0, archivist, sch. chm.; AAA; FOB, tour leader; WRA, handbook comm,. Dorm, exec, board, social chm.; May Day, staging comm.; WRA Intromurals DOBRES, SHELDON - Bethesdo; Sociology. DOBSON, CHESTER C, JR. — Silver Spring; Chemicol Engineering. DONN, GEORGE E. -Nokomis, Florida; Science Education. DONNELLY, JOSEPH FRANK- LIN— Indujtriol Administration- IK I ' pledge class pres SAM vp pros ArTiericon Management Association DORMAN, ANN MARIE - Londover; Recrea- tion—Chapel Choir, Boptisl Student Union Maryland Recreation Society Women ' s Professionol Club DOWEU, JAMES FRANK -Falls Church, Vo.; Agricul- ture. DOYLE, SARAH MARCIA- Washington, D.C.; English-Al DRASS, PATRICIA E -Silver Spring; Personnel. DREVENAK, DONNA L- Clinton; English. DRISSEL, JOHN C- Woshington, DC; Civil Engineering- ASCE Agriculture Engineering Club DUCKEn, W ARREN BIRD, JR. -Annapolis; Government Politics - .XTH. secy, vp., OAK. Kolegathos. SGA, v p. oppropriotions comm. chm., finance comm.. Jr. Legislature; Soph. Legislature; Sr Closs trees.. Lacrosse; IFC; Old Line Party, platform comm. chm.; Away Weekend Comm. chm.; Homecoming, pub. comm. chm. Org. Cont Comm, chm. Greek Week, pub. comm. chm.; Sr Class En dowment Comm DUNKIN, KAREN - Hyottsville; Mathematics- MA, pres, vp, Mortar Board. i. K. . . A. Diomond. AWS, treas . const comm. chm., big sister CO chm WRA, rec ' d secy Aqualiners, v p , Westminster Fellowship, pres , Central Student Court DUNN, MICHAEL FREDERICK -College Park; Account- ing- IIX ' ' DUNNIGAN, GERARD JOSEPH -Baltimore; Electricol Engineering- hK. TBH; IRE, AIEE, Newmon Club P .7) f ,o n ,0 fll O DVOSKIN, PHILIP BRYAN -Boltimore; Psychology. DURKIN, THOMAS P.-Mt. Roin- ier; Tronsportation — (-). . AN.A, Propeller Club. Soph Carnival; Intromurals, champion basketball team EACKLES, CHARLES W., JR. -Baltimore; Education for Industry. EAGEN, ROBERT - Glossmonor; Agricultural Civil Engineering — ASCE; Agriculture Engineering Club; Wesley Foundation. D P EAST, EDWARD JOSEPH-Silver Spring; Civil Engineering -. t n ASCE EBRITE, JOHN WAYNE, JR.-K.A, social comm.; Varsity Rifle; M Club; Job Placement Comm. ECCLES, JAMES ARCENEAUX - Speech Drama- University Theatre, vp, best actor; Judo Club, sec ' y , treos National Collegiate Players. ECKERT, HENRY B., JR. - Baltimore; Electrical Engineering -AIRE IRE EDGAR, RICHARD A. -Seat Pleasant; Accounting- KK } ' ; Dorm, pres ; RMA, pres, treas , SAM, chm. |ob placement comm . SGA Finance Comm . Marching Band Pershing Rifles; Accounting Club. EDLAVITCH, STANLEY A. - Baltimore; Mathe- motics- iA. riMK; ; Diomondback; Free State Party, rep. Career Week Forum. Deans List. RMA, financial comm EDLUND, BARBARA R. - Hyottsville; Elementary Education- Newman Club; SNEA EDWARDS, MARY ANNE -Baltimore; Home Economics Education; ON. AWS, overall orientation chm.. Dorm, academic chm , big sister chm , frosh. counselor; Wesley Foundation, supper club; Stu- dent Religious Council. Diamondbock. EHLERS, EDWARD MARKLYN - Boltimore; History. EHLERT, G. ROBIN -Silver Spring; Government Politics- i. K, rush chm, social chm, vp Frosh Day Chm Frosh, Golf Team. Varsity Golf Team ELLIS, EDWARD WARREN -Boltimore; Ac- counting— ASLl, treas, B. M ' , Accounting Club Maryland Consumers Finance Association Scholarship ELLIS, FREDERICK WALES - Annapolis; Mothemotics- Lab Theatre; University Theatre Workshop. French Club. ' , . ,c o p. P ffll 1 ig S f!t . " m 407 .- ' t. ELLIS, JOAN LYNN -Silver Spring; Elementary Education -WRA, Bowling, Soph Carnival, Hillel Skit Night. ENGLE, ETHEL- Baltimore; Physical Education- Intra- murals ENGLE, HOWARD J. -Electrical Engineering -TBO, Dorm, house rules comm., Intramurals, Weight-lifting Club; NCO Academy, AIEE-IRE; Honor Dorm, vp, Intramurals EPPICLY, LINDA JO - Stevensville; Elementary Education -TBS, Band, Wesley Foundation. EPSTEIN, MARSHA NAN - Elementary Education - .AAA, Dorm, treos , judicial board, blood drive chm.; May Day rep. ERICKSON, JAMES -Hankins, N.Y.; Civil Engineer- ing-. E, TBH; ASCE, Intramurals ERLY, MAURICE CHARLES -Scotland; Social Studies Education — SAM; Commuters Club; Newman Club, council officer, ext. v.-chm. of Middle Atlantic Province; Dorm, resident asst. ESLINGER, RICHARD L.- Baltimore; Philosophy. EHLIN, JEROME UWRENCE - Baltimore; Physical Education -Dorm, vp ETZLER, THOMAS HEWES-Annopolis: Social Studies Education- ATO, Dorm, v p; OAK; Men ' s Glee Club, pres., sec ' y.; Harmony Hall; Intramurals. EVATT, HENRY C — Woshington, DC; Militory Studies. EXPOSITO, LORENZO F. - Washington, D.C.; Electrical Engineering- IRE; AIEE. PARIS, DAVID B- College Pork; English - A t n, treas FEIKIN, FRANCIS -Baltimore; Speech Theropy — 1)SS, sec ' y, Diomondfaock, photo ed.. University Theatre, Key for outstanding service, pub. manager; May Day, stage manager, SGA Cultural Comm,, pub. chm., Sr. Prom, pub. chm.; AWS, culture comm. chm.; Homecoming, awards chm FEJFAR, MARY EDITH — Belchomp; Home Economics Educotion — Home Economics Club; Dorm, hist., judicial board. FELDMAN, LINDA DEE - Baltimore; English. FELDSTEIN, CLAIRE ANN — Baltimore; American Civilization- A E J , pres, treas.; Old Line, bus. mgr.; Terrapin: Frosh. Prom; Intramurals, WRA, rep.; Bridal Fair, decor comm.. House Director Day, inv. comm. FERREIRA, ABELARDO B. — Porto Alegre, Brazil; Psychology. FINE, STUART LEE - Baltimore; Philosophy- SAM, sec ' y., alumni recorder, sch. chm.; Jr. Class, v. p.; Jr. Prom, overall chm.; Men ' s League, soph, rep., exec, council, student court; SGA Finance Comm.; Homecoming Comm., Card Section Comm., Soph. Prom Comm., " No Shave Week, " chm. FINKEL, DAVID -Baltimore; Morketing-SAM; Marketing Club; Intramurals. FISHER, DAVID CURLEY, JR.-Lourel; Government Politics-TKE; Intramurals FISHER, GEARY -Bethesda; Accounting. FISHER, PATRICIA MAE- Edgewood; English- Diomondboclc; Old Line; Wesley Foundation, Dorm, comm. teams. FISHMAN, BARRY STUART- W. Hyottsville; Accounting- B A ; SAM, Accounting Club; Hillel; Honors Convocation, BFS FITCH, MARY KAY-Surrey, Englond; Sponish-Chorus; Ski Club, Spanish Club; Soph Counselor; Prot Club. FITZ, M. EILEEN -Richmond, Va.; Social Science Edu- cation-r(t)B, Panhellenic Council, Intramurals; SGA Committees. FLAX, RICHARD lEROY- Silver Spring; Zoology- ZBT, treos.; t K t); OS; Sr Class Presents, or rongements; General Motors Scholarship; Homecoming Float; Homecoming Ticket Committee; Greek Week, bike race chm. FLETCHER, MERLE JEANNE -Silver Spring; Elementary Educotion. FUTCHER, WIUIAM DWAYNE - Stniiburg, Va.; Sociol Studi«s Ed.-OOK. frosh Football, Vorsity Football All Americo Academ(c Football Teem, Best Defen sive Bock, Dorm, v p. Distinguished Military Student, American Legion Award, M Club, Arnold Air Society, oreo chaploin. Scabbard i Blade FLICK, JAMES A., JR.-lourel; Accounting- H.A ' FLOYD, ROBERT M.-Glen Bumie; Accounting F0L5TEIN, MICHAEL NORMAN-Sllver Spring, G« grTiphy - I H T , membership chrr , Intromurols FORD, RICHARD 0. -College Porit; Electricol Engineering- IRE FOSKEH, JAMES H- West Acton, Mass.; Accounting- A lA li Westminster Fellowship, Vorsit Track Team FOULIS, SANDRA -Bethesdo; Art Educotion- K. H, treos . social chm , pres,, May Day rep.. Angel Flight, hist, pres , area exec oHicer, Flying Follies Red Cross Hostess; Home Economics Club FOWUR, JAMES E. - Hyottjyille; Public Relations -Diomondbock; Lob Theatre, pub, FOB, PRSA FOWLER, JOAN RUTH-Owings; Home Economics Education -Marching Bond, Collegiate 4 H Club, Wesley Foundation FOWLKES, ROBERT L. - Baltimore; English. FOX, CHESTER E., JR. -Washington, DC; Electrical Engineering- AIEE FOX, ROGER A —Brooklyn, N.Y.; Psychology— ZBT; Track Team FRANCESCHINI, DINO-Torrytown, N.Y.-Economics-Economics Discussion Club Newman Club FRANK, JOAN ESTELLE - Baltimore; Elementary Education -.-VE . FOB Bridal Fair, Aquolmers, WRA, interest groups. Elections Board, Jr Prom Decora tions, SNEA FRANKENBERG, HEUN JOAN - Bethesdo; English- Red Cross, Jr Host ess. Westminster Foundation, Dorm, fire marshal, FRATINO, JAMES JACKSON - Hyattsville; Transportation - t A0, AN. , Dorm, chm., All Star Inter-frot, Foot- ball Team; Intromurols FREAS, PAUL W.-Silver Spring; Accounting. FREDA, ERNEST -Roselle, N.J., Jour- nalism-. Ai, iA. ; D omondback, Men ' s Glee Club, SAM FREELAND, CHARlf S - Pikesville; Accounting— TKiti, asst. treas , Stewart, ASII, audit comm , . Al, v p.. Pershing Rifles; Old Line Porty, SAM; O d Line; Terrapin. Blood Drive Comm,; Flying Club; IFC, FOB; Hillel. FREIDSON, ALLAN-Silver Spring; American Civiliza- tion— BT; Diomondbock, sports ed ., Political Science Club; Sociology Club; Spanish Club; Intramurols; M Book. " k. " » i " O fK FRESE, RANDOLPH EH. -Baltimore; Education for Industry- Intromurols, Wesley Foundotion FRICK, GEORGE KELLY, JR -Williamsport; Civil Engineering-ASCE FRIEDEL, MICHAEL PHILIP- Baltimore; Civil Engineering -Dorm, treos Intromurols FRIEDMAN, RICHARD WILLIAM -Silver Spring; Government Politics- kk ' C. pres. vp , nSA; Bond, treas., vp. Political Science Club; Young Democrats, FRY, WILLIAM ALBERT - Woshington, DC; English Education. FULLERTON, THOMAS E. — Volencia, Venezuela; Economics — Economics Club Newman Club Dorm, chm International Club FUND, BARBARA A. -Si er Spring; Sociol Studies Educotion- Diomondbock; Aquoliners, Lutheran Student Association, secy. GABRIEL, DONALD ALBERT - Baltimore; Finance. 409 GAIDIS, HENRY l. — Baltimore; Economics — Economics Discussion Club. GALE, FRED - Huntington, N.Y.; Public Relations - t K;2, sec ' y ; The Greek, ed in chief, IFC Public Relations Comm,, Terrapin, sect, ed.; Diamondback, columnist, feature writer, Placement Service Publicity Comm. GALLIE, DONALD L. -Silver Spring; Insurance. GALLOWAY, BILLY COINS - University Parit; Sociology- X, Psychology Club, Soc iology Club. GANT, SUE ELLEN -Arlington, Va.; Textiles Clothing- KKP, treos , social chm , Who ' s Who Comm., Newman Club, Home Ec. Club, sec ' y., Student-Faculty rep.; Parent ' s Day Comm.; Jr. Prom, Banquet chm.; Sr. Placement; Chapel Choir. GARREn, DAWES FRANCIS - White Hall; Agriculture Education- AFP, Stewart; FFA, 4-H Club; Intromurals -Football, Basketball, Softball; AZ; Soph. Carnival Chm. GATES, SALLY C. - Washington, D.C.; Speech Therapy-KD; SAH; Drama Wing; University Theater; Terropjn; Old Line Party Officer. GAWRYLUK, IGOR -Baltimore; Industrial Arts. GEISWINKLER, J. F.- Education for Industry- Dorm, pres.; Resident Ass ' t; SAM. GELBERG, PHYLLIS KURNOW - Silver Spring; Social Studies Education - v AT; Dlo mondbocic; Sociology Club GEMMILL, JOHN NORRIS- Baltimore; Sociology — 2 , corr secy , rec. sec ' y ; FOB GERBER, S. BRUCE - Baltimore; Zoology -TE t ; Campus Blood Drive chm. mm GETZ, JEFFREY MARTIN - Cumberiand; Psychology - X; Exel Scholarship; Hillel, Religious Comm., Cantor; Certificate of Honor; RNA, sec ' y.; Resident Ass ' t.; SGA Cheating Special Comm. GIBBONS, SUZANNE L. — Government and Politics - sr SGA Legislature; AWS, sec ' y.; Mortar Board, sec ' y., Newman Club; ITSA, sec ' y; Diamond; Centreville Hall, pres.; Worster Hall, pres. GIGLIOHI, DOMINICK- Baltimore; Mechanical Engineering -ASME GILBERTSON, BEVERLY MAE - Baltimore; Elementary Education — AXfl; IF Sing Director; Day Dodger Big Sister; FOB, Tour Leader, Customs Comm. Chm.; UT-props comm.; Chapel Choir; Women ' s Cho- rus, Homecoming Dance Decorations Comm.; Fencing Club. GINDLESPERGER, ANNE G. - Riverdole; Social Sciences. GIVIN, KATHY - Bethesdo; Childhood Education. GLADU, CLIFFORD J. - Cloricsville; Social Studies Education. GLASGOW, DORCAS T. - Hyattsville; Biological Science Education — AHA, pres., sch. chm.; Ponhellenic Council, 1st v. p.; FOB, Tour Leader; Day Dodger Big Sister- May Day; Harmony Hall; Terropin; M Book. GLOSS, DONANN — Silver Spring; Sociology-SK, pres., rec. sec ' y.; Ponhellenic Council; WRA Basketball; FOB. GLOTFELTY, THOMAS A. -Oakland; Agriculture Edu- cation— FFA; Maryland Christian Fellowship, Agric. Student Council, Co -0-Ag, ed ; Collegiate Reporter, ed GOINS, H. HARRIET — Washington, D.C.; Government Politics -FIB , house pres.. Sorority Council; Political Science Club. GOLANER, SUSAN — Baltimore; Speech Therapy. GOLD, BRUCE JAY-Yonkers, N.Y.; Education for Industry - Dorm, pres.; RMA, v.p, awards sch. chm., " presents " comm.. Dining Hall Buffet Dinner Dance chm.; Men ' s League, pres.; Arnold Air Society; Scabbard Blade. GOLDFINGER, HOW- ARD - Baltimore; English — ZBT, Stewart; Soph. Carnival; Intromurals. GOLDHEIM, DALE B. - Baltimore; Sociology- Louisa Parsons Nursing Club; Sociology Club. GOLDSTEIN, HARRIET GLORIA - Baltimore; Biological Sciences -Homecoming Dec- orations Comm., Intramural Sports; Dean-Faculty Teo; Dormitory Resident Ass ' t. GOODMAN, DAVID - Baltimore. GOODMAN, SUSAN C. -Takoma ParV; Social Studies tducation — Frosh , counselor, Diamondback, Terrapin, Dorm. Judicial Council, exec council, Plocement Service rep., Big Sister Chm,, (t K t , t ' .. GORDON, CYNTHIA — Baltimore; Elementory Education — All Aquoliners Glee Club Women ' s Chorus. Soph Carnival GORDON, SUZANNE - Birminghom, Ala., Childhood Educa- tion— .M tt), Frosh,, prom comm . Soph Carnival, secy . AWS Tea Comm , Home coming Dance Decorations Chm.; Bridal fair Comm., " Most Typical Freshman, " Coordinator for Council for Exceptional Children Conference GORWITZ, BERTRAM KALI, IT. COL. -Silver Spring; Military Studies- Deans List Scholastic Achievement Medal GOTTHELF, BARRY - Baltimore; Marketing — AAI SAM GOTTWALS, HARRY CLIFTON -Millersville; Agriculture Business -. PP, v. p. AZ GOULD, ALAN VINCENT-Moyo; Electrical Engineering- AIEE IRE; TBri; BKN GOULD, SARA MARIE -Glenwood; Proctical Art-I " A. Newman Club NSID, secy GOUNDRY, FREDERICK W.-Binghamton, NY.; Sociol Science Educotlon. GRABOWSKI, CAROLYN ANN-English Education- AOIl, v p, rush chm ; OAfi; Terropm, sect ed . Diamondback, accounts manager, Frosh Counselor; Dorm, exec, board; Newman Club GRAHAM, LESLIE H., JR.-Woshington, D.C.; Economics. ifti if , GRAND, PAUL S.-Adelphi; Economics. GRANET, LARRY -Silver Spring; Sociology - I SA, pres., pledge master, rush chm., IIAK, treos ; Kalegathos, Men ' s League Outstanding Sr, Award; IFC, 2nd v.p., social chm.; " IFC Presents Ella Fitzgerald " chm.; " IFC Presents " pub. director; Diomondfaack, business mgr , advertising mgr ; Free State Party, pres., 1st v.p.; SGA Cultural Comm. GRANT, LINA- Wash- ington, D.C.; Fine Arts — KA0, v.p.; Soph. Prom Queen; Angel Flight, sec ' y.; Military Ball Queen, Area Commonder, A S Sr Student Council; Diamond, FHomecoming Queen, FOB, May Day, comm. chm.; Career Week GRAY, WILLIAM CALVIN, JR. - Baltimore; Marketing -S. ' KK; Interfraternity Council; Men ' s League, SGA, Away Week-End Comm., Legislature. GREEN, JUDITH GAIL- Philadelphia, Pa.; Microbiology- A t E, sch chm. Hillel, I K J ; SAO, trees GREEN, LYNDA JEAN -Cottage City; English -Certificate of Merit, Soph Jr years GREEN, ROBIN E.-Brookmont; Psychology- Newman Club Pershing Rifles GREENE, ANTHONY -Linthicum Heights; General Business- Frosh. Soccer Lacrosse Teoms; Varsity Soccer. GREENWALD, SUSAN MERLE -Baltimore; Childhood Education -SAT, pres ; Diamond; Terrapin; Soph Cornivol Comm GREGG, DAVID M. -Silver Spring; Pre-Vet- AK t Z Intromurols GRIER, WILLIAM C, CAPT. -Hovertown, Pa.; Military Science. GRIFFIN, THOMAS-Silver Spring; Government Politics- A lU, rush cnm , i.An, Diamondback; Away Week End, co-chm,, pub. chm., Traffic Comm GRONER, DANA D.-W. Hyattsville; Educotion for lndustry- l)Ki; AMA SAM IRE AIEE, Sailing Club. Intramural Skish Champ, Intromurols, AIAA GROSE, ANDREW PETER — Cheverly; Government Politics- i , parliamentarian, UlA Arnold Air Society, commander; Scabbard Blade, AFROTC, Commander, Intromurols, basketball, badminton GROVEN, JEAN PIERRE -Chevy Chase; Electrical Engineer- ing. GRUBB, PATRICIA ANNE-HyaHsville; Elementary Education- AHA. Chapel Choir, Newman Club, Dorm, social comm , culture comm ft : O Q Q f- T r f Cri Oi c GRUDZIESKI, RONALD LEE - Baltimore; Metallurgicol Engineering -TKE, pledge master, rush chm., Old Line Party, Sr. Class, pres., FOB; WMUC, Newman Club. GRUMAN, HAZEL L.-Takomo Pork; English Education. GUARDIA, GARY - Washington, D.C.; Civil Engineering-ASCE, treas GUENSCHEL, HELMUT OHO - Baltimore; Civil Engineering— International Club, ASCE. GULCK, FREDERICK K. - Baltimore; Industrial Educotion-ASME; Open House, In dustrial Ed. GUMPPER, KATHARINE ALICE -Silver Spring; Spanish Education- AAA, chaplain; Cheerleader, co-capt.. Soph, Carnival Comm.; Student Union Comm,; FOB GUNDERSDORFF, BARBARA JOY -Baltimore; Executive Secretarial - AAA, sec ' y.; BrS, AAA, sec ' y,; Dorm Council, pres.; AWS, 1st v.p. GUNTER, BENJAMIN L., JR. — Durhom, N.C., Militory Science. GURVIN, PETER E- Omaha, Nebr.; Civil Engineering. GUTMANN, JOSEPH D., JR.- Silver Spring; Mechanical Engineering -ASME HAAS, RICHARD THOMAS — Lansdowne, Po.; Public Relations- 1 A0; All-Star Basl etball; Diamondboct; Terrapin. HACKER, ROBERT -Hyattsville; Physical Education- Football team; Wrestling team; MClub. HAHN, FRANCIS WILLIAM -Woodsboro; Social Studies Educotion- A. A, v p., schol arship chm., public relations, pub. chm.; r© ; Dorm, v.p., exec, council; Frosh. football mgr.; Head Varsity Football Mgr.; Chm. Sorority Olympics; IFC, sch. chm.; Men ' s League, Sr. rep.; Court, Exec. Comm.; Sr. Class Exec. Comm.; No Shove Week Chm.; Winter Wonderland Chm.; Homecoming ticl ets chm.; Student Placement Chm., Student Court; SGA Organization and Controls vice chm.; M Club; LSA HAHN, JOAN - Gostonio, N.C.; Elementary Education. HaLL, CAROLYN - Cheverly; Physical Education — Professional Club; WRA; Intramurols; Soph. Carni- val, chm HALLAHAN, PATRICIA P. -Valley Stream, N.Y.; History- KKF HALLIDAY, ANN -Silver Spring; Elementary Education -r l)B; TB2; Color Guard; Angel Flight; Dean ' s List HALSTEAD, JAMES FREDERICK -Glenn Dole; Economics - ASri; BrS; WMUC, advertising mgr., business mgr.; Econ. Discussion Club. HAMBLIN, ROBERT W.- Silver Spring; Accounting. HAMEROFF, STEPHEN - Brooklyn, NY.; Psychology. o. c HAMILTON, JAMES R., JR.-College Pori(; Electrical Engineering- aiAB; AIEE; IRE; Terrapin, circulation mgr., sect, ed.; Gymkono; Sr. Education Comm.; IFC Presents. HAMMERMAN, DAVID M. - Baltimore; Engineering-Fire Protection. HAMMEHE, ROBERT L-Oceon City, N.J.; Mariteting- ASH; SAM. HAMMOND, PHYLLIS R.- Baltimore; Accounting- Dorm, treas., jud. board, exec, council; Intramurols. HANEY, MICHAEL J. - Frederick; Zoology — t)S; Dean ' s List, Intramurols; Liosion Comm HANEY, RAYMOND J. -Pasadena; Physicol Education. NANKIN, STANLEY- Baltimore; Educotion for Industry — SAM; Diamondback; Dorm, rules comm. HANLEY, ROBERT A. -Gardiner, Moine; History. u ,J MtM i HANSON, JAMES H - Aberdeen; Military Science. HARDESTY, DAVID AUSTIN- Hyattsville; Aeronautical Engineering- I ' M ' ., secy IAS. secy Band FOB HARKINS, DOROTHY EDWINIA- Aberdeen; Interior Design- 1 . Home Ec Club. A H Club, Madame Butterfly Women ' s Chorus Dorm, house chm . Episcopol Student Association HARRELl, RONALD KEITH - Baltimore; Education for Industry. HARRIS, CAROLYN L.-Silver Spring; Elementary Education- AAA W, . secy Diamond. Angel Flight, Chapel Choir, Color Guard HARRIS, JAMES C. 0., JR. - Silver Spring; Zoology — .Vin, parliamentarian, bylaws chm, O d tme; Elections Board, FOB, customs comm chm , over all chm,, Olympic Borbell Club, treos Dean ' s Comm on Parking, University Commuters Club HARRIS, JERRY W.- Springfield, Vo.; Military Science. HARRIS, MARLENE LINDA -Tokomo Poric; Ele- mentary Educotion — A 1 K, social chm,. Miss Maryland 1961, Hillel, Elections Board, Soph Prom; FOB HARRISON, JOHN R., JR. - University Pork; Fine Art. HART, CHARLES JAMES, JR. - Bethesdo; Psychology Sociology — il A I, pres , secy, house mgr , sch chm, IFC, pub comm , Greek Week, comm , Flouse Rules Comm., chm., SGA Closed Circuit TV Publicity chm ,; Gate Key; FOB; Intramurols; Soph, Counselor, Pre College Program, Arnold Air Society, Campus Chest, Sociology Club; Psy chology; Old Line Party rep, Wesley Foundation; Bus Boys ' Union, ROTC, In specfor General HARTMAN, MARION RUTH-Hompstead; Speech Therapy- r l B, standards chm.; . , A, sec ' y,; AH; Diamond; Terrapin, Index Ed , SNEA, pres,; WRA; Campus Chest HARWOOD, SALLIE A. - Riverdole; Mothemotics-. . A Mil ton Abromowitz Memorial Prize m Moth, 1961; t Kct ' HASTINGS, ROBERTA L. - Cockeysville; fine Arts -AAA, social chm, rush chm; iTK; Jr. Panhellenic, pres., Ponhellenic Council, pub relations chm,, AWS, Stu dent Counselors chm.; WRA, pres,, sec ' y,; Diamond, pres., SGA Cultural Comm.; Terrop n, sect ed HAWKINS, THOMAS DARYL- Woodsboro; Psychology- KK ; Marching Bond, ROTC Band, House Rules Comm,, Psych Club, Sr Placement Comm HAYDEN, CHARLES DONALD -Beltsville, Transportation- A H; AN. , . pn: SAM; UCC; Sports Cor Club HAYDEN, THOMAS C, JR. -La Plata; Academic Education — ni. , v. p.; Dean ' s List; Intramurols, Dorm, pres., treas., House rules comm., Newman Club; Dorm Newspaper; Miss Cecil Hall Comm., RMA, sec ' y.; Frosh Baseboll- HAYES, DORCAS M. - Baltimore; Recreation- WRA rep,. Dorm, proctor, Intra- murols, MRS, treos,; Fencing Interest Group. HAYS, JAMES E. - Hyottsville; Psychology — WMUC, chief engr ; Judo club; Trail club; Psych club, sec ' y HEARNE, IDA ALICE-Hebron; History - J .A0, AWS Big Sister Chm , Dorm, AWS, Academic Board Academic Chm HEAVNER, RICHARD ALLAN - Cumberiond; Educotion- 4 H Club, treos., v p. pres,, sentinel; Block Bridle; FFA; Ag, Council. £ ' AdM £k HEFUY, WILLIAM T., JR. -Hyottsville; Psychology- Ski Club, Munich Branch HEIDEMAN, JOHN -Hyottsville; Psychology- fxpresslon, Asso Ed.; Psych Club Lob Theatre HEIMBERG, MICHAEL JAY -Chevy-Chase; Zoology - . K n, v p, pledge master, sec ' y, scholastic chm, IFC rep ' I ' lli. Biology Club; Philo, Club, Bridge Club, FOB HEISLER, CYNTHIA-Boyd; English- KKP, pres ; AWS, Sr Class rep., treas.; Wesley Foundation, sec ' y.; Panhellenic Council; May Day Attendants chm.; WRA; Diamonc boct reporter; Diamond. HEISTER, NANCY UE-Hummelstown, Pa.; Nursing- AAll, house pres AWS, so rority council. Chapel Choir HELMAN, BERNARD S. - Baltimore; Sociology -S. M, pres,, recorder, sch, chm , Free State, treas , pres, FOB; IFC Rep,; IFC Presents ' 61, treos, Jr Prom Comm,; OM tine, distribution ed Cord Section Comm. HELMEN, GUNNLEIN-Asker, Norway; Chemical Engineering- Frosh .Varsity Track, Cross Country, International Club, ASCE Resident Ass ' t., Resident Hall, v. p. HELWIG, WILURD PHER-Gory, Ind.; General Studies. 413 A f? ri HEMPHILL, LARRY LEE - Baltimore; Economics -rBX, Ski Club, Weight-lifting Club, Physics Club Deon ' s List HENDERSON, WAYNE COLEMAN - Cheveriy; Chemical Engineering-. A, S, AlChE, Sports Car Club HENESON, PHYLLIS R. - Baltimore; English — t i.S, best pledge, cultural chm,, STE, WRA, exec, board, Intramurals; Diomondback, Year Comms,, Campus Chest, hist.; May Day, comm. chm.. Old Line Party, pub chm HENLEY, JOSEPH LEO-Wheaton; Civil Engineering- XE, ASCE, pres. program chm.. Dorm, social chm., pres.; Intramurals; Trail Club, Newman Club, D Club HENN, JOHN JOSEPH -Baltimore; Chemicol Engineering -AlChE HERALY, ELROY P.- Granite City, III.; Military Science. HERBERT, BERNARD -Baltimore. HEURING, PHYLLIS TILGHMAN-Hyattsville; Dance -2TE, treas , J)AE; WRA, rep.. Women ' s Professional Club, Modern Dance Club, pres.. Flying Follies, University Theater; Intramurals, Lacrosse Interest Group, teacher. MILDER, JANH LOUISE -Beltsville; Childhood Education-SK, hist Women ' s Cho rus, freos , Student Union Comm HILLEARY, HENRY MARSHALL - Centerville; Gen- eral Agriculture -. rP; Soccer, Veternarian Science Club HILLOW, DIANA LOUISE - Washington, D.C.; Elementory Education — A.XH; Bulldog Club; Pandora; Women ' s Glee Club HIMMELHEBER, PETER E. - Hollywood; Electrical Engineering. cn .o ,c f- i Q ; ' i HINDERER, PAUL E- Baltimore; Electrical Engineering. HINE, ARTHUR BROMFIELD, JR. - Baltimore; Psychology -. OO; X; Amateur Radio Club, v. p.. Biology Club; Psych Club HINE, JOSEPH EMANUEL, JR. -Baltimore; Education for Industry. HINEGARDNER, E. KAY-Hyottsville; Elementary Education-Sq Dance Club; Md Christian Fellowship; Chapel Choir; Baptist Student Union. HINELY, ROBERT E. - Brentwood; Education for Industry - SAM HOAG, JAMES F. , JR. - Edgewoter; Mechanical Engineering -ASME HODIAK, PAUL THOMAS - Riverdale; Mechanical Engineering- i. E; ASME; ETHOS, treas HOFBERG, SANDRA LEE- Chevy Chase; Elementary Education — AE ; Bridal Fair Comm., Pledge Queen, 1st runner up. HOFFMAN, CHARLES GILBERT, JR. -Annapolis; Chemical Engineering -(| KT, secy, steward, chaplain, ed., IFC; TBTI, t HS; AlChE; AlChE, scholarship award; Dean ' s List HOFFMAN, HEIDI -Bethesdo; Childhood Education- Hillel, program chm.; Philosophy Club, treas., FOB. Diogenes Society, Big Sister Comm., SNEA; SGA, Cultural Comm HOFFMAN, JOHN C — Annapolis; Electrical Engineering — t K ' r, secy ; IFC HOFFMAN, PAULINE -Atlantic City, N.J.; Elementary Education- SAT, rush chm. HOFFMAN, RONALD B. - Baltimore; Physics- Physics Club, v p, treas HOOK, CAL- Chillum Terrace; Public Relations — J SK, pres., sec ' y., sentinel, house mgr.; Dio- mondback; Job Placement Service, pub chm.. Canterbury Association; PRSA; Prince Georges Beauty Pageant Contest. HOPKINS, JOHN J., JR. - Dundolk; Reol Estate ond Insurance- ASH, .■ I n; Accounting Club; Newman Club; RMA; Dorm, pres HOPKINS, STANOFORTH TAYLOR - Boltimore; English. HORNBAKER, CECIL V , JR -Silver SpHng; Accounting. HOUCHEN, VIRGINIA SEIBEL- Woshington, DC, Social Studies Education HOUGHTON, JACK FULMER - Binghamton, N.Y.; History- Intramurals Young Democrats Club, Frosh Baseboll Iransporta lion Club Civil War Club HOUTS, LINDA LOU -Washington, DC; Childhood Edu- cation—Dorm, hell pres . Intramurals, exec, council, WRA, rep. HOWARD, SUSAN LOUISE - Salisbury; Pre-Medical-. . A, Wesley Foundation, study chm DormJud Board, ch , Campus Jud Board HOWARD, WILHELMINA CORUTH - Rockville; Music Educotion- Women ' s Chorus, pres Music Educators National Chop , treas HOWE, RICHARD GRANT -HyoMsviile; Economics- IK K, Intramurals Soph Carnival Econ Discussion Club, Greek Week. HOWSER, THOMAS JOSEPH - Mt. Rainier; Civil Engineering — ASCE, Newman Club HOYLE, LEONARD HUGHES, JR. - Golthersburg; Journalism -i.X i:A , pres lIAi:. ODK, Diomondfaock, Editor in chief. Editorial News coordinator. Executive Sports Ed , Kalegethos, MBook, Athletic Ed Baltimore Sunpapers Scholarship, Robert Corey Award HUANG, ROSALIND- Washington, DC; Physics -Chinese Club HUDSON, ALLEN McGARITY - Silver Spring; Accounting. HUDSON, EDWARD C, JR. — Fenndale; Electrical Engineering- I HI 1 IIKN Intramurals, Resident Ass ' t , Dorm m.( HUDSON, MARJORIE ANN-Glen Burnie; English- A( )I1, Angel Flight, Diamond- back HUGHES, CHARLES EVANS -Timonium. HUMMEL, SUSAN -Baltimore; Educo- tion— . l ' ' . t), sec ' y . Ponhellenic Council, scholarship chm. Diamond. Bridal Fair, cosmetic booth. House Directors Team chm. Campus Chest, colendor comm , Dean Stomp Day, chm,, Jr Prom comm,, SNEA, Jr. Ponhellenic, sec ' y- May Day HUMPHREYS, WILLIAM WENDELL, JR. - Hyattsville; Science. .(fM HUNOVICE, HARRIETT -Pikesville; Speech Therapy- Representative to dorm, soph, B |r,, sr,, AWS House Directors Reception, Invitations chm, Soph, Prom Invito K M tions chm. Fresh Prom, programs chm, Jr Prom, publicity comm, Dime-o- f¥ wf Dance chm HUNT, LINDA IRENE -Silver Spring; Art Education-. ()n, Homecoming, -j secy HURNEY, MICHAEL LEWIS -W. Hyattsville; Art- Guitar Club. HURTIG, JOEL J RUSSELL -Baltimore; Psychology. ar r 1 5 k 4jfe HUTCHISON, JOHN EARL-Cordouo; Agricultural Economics- AZ, 4 H Club Block and Bridle Club Agr , sec ' y Student Council HUTCHISON, JUDITH ANNE-Silver Spring; Elementary Education— . ()n, SGA, sec ' y. May Day Voting chm,, FOB, sub chm,; Homecoming programs, chm,. Red Cross Blood Drive chm.; Cultural Comm., Organization and Controls Comm,; Terrapin ' Leg Rules Comm.; Old Line Party HYNES, PATRICIA MARY MARGARET -Woshington, DC; Socio! Studies- . ()ri, philanthropic chm ; .-VAA; Homecoming comm Moy Day comm . Dorm, pres,, ir, rep, for May Day, Newman Club, Old Line rep , Dorm Council ILLINSKY, GEORGE - Baltimore. r- Mm IMLAY, RICHARD LARRY-Silver Spring; Physics-SHS, treas, K } INGRAM, GILBERT LEWIS -Lourel; Psychology. INGRAM, JUDITH ANN - Hyattsville; Physicol Educotion- t . E, historian. Women ' s Professional Club, sec ' y. Basketball In terest Group, United Campus Christian Fellowship, social chm.; Fencing Interest Group IRVING, GEORGE WASHINGTON Ill-Chevy Chose; Animol Husbandry- A ; ' ?; . ' Z. t K ; Vet. Science Club, Meat Judging team, Z Fresh Scholarship Award. 1 415 i IVINS, CAROLYN - Baltimore; Physical Education -Maiors Club, WRA Interest Groups, Basketball Team JABION, SAUL — Silver Spring; History — Veterans Club. JACOBS, JAMES W. - Washington, Pa.; Transportation- ANA, v p JACOBS, MARTIN HOWARD -Baltimore; General BPA-Dorm pres., freas., sec ' y.; House Rules comm.. House Mgr. JACOBS, STEPHEN J.-Silver Spring; Transportation -OS A, Intromurals JACOBSEN, KAREN - Burtonsville; Fine Arts- .-KrA, social chm., rush chm,, AAA, Diamond; Who ' s Who; AWS, pres,; SGA Cultural Comm , May Day Director; Free State, hist,; Bridal Fair, Soph, Carnival; Frosh, Prom JAFFE, BARBARA ANNE - Washing- ton, D.C.; History — .VE , Tour Leader, v,p,, pledge mistress; O.- i©; History Club; Philosophy Club, Fencing Club; Modern Dance Club, Hillel, JAMISON, RUS- SELL E.-Hyattsville; Military Science. JARBOE, WILLIAM D., JR.-Silver Spring; Social Studies- Newman Club JELUS, PAUL W. — Comden, N.J.; Microbiology — S. (); Varsity and Freshman Basketball; M Club JEN, GERTRUDE YI-CHUANG-Wheoton; Costume Illustration- KKP; Angel Flight; Chinese Students Club, treas,. Home Ec, Club, Sr Job Placement Comm.; Home Ec, Student Faculty Council; Daydodger Big Sister; FOB. JENKINS, JOSEPH HAROLD — Adelphi; American Civilization — " Typical Freshman " ' 54-55. JENKINS, PENNIE MARIA -Bethesdo; General Science- Angel Flight, Dorm, exec council JEW, ROSE -Washington, DC; Practical Art. JOHNSON, DIANE - District Heights; Public Relations -DJomondbocI; JOHNSON, ELAINE CAROLYN - Baltimore; English — SK; Angel Flight, pres., v. p.; Dorm, social chm.; Lutheran Students Assoc.; SNEA; FOB. JOHNSON, FAYE M. - Baltimore; Sociology -Soph. Carnival; Baptist Student Union; Dorm, Big Sister JOHNSON, FRANKLIN JOHNSON - Hyattsville; Zoology- Soph Leg; Biology Club JOHNSON, FREDERICK V.-Sugar Grove, Pa.; Agricultural Eco- nomics. JOHNSON, PATSY CAMILLA -Dundalk; English-Dorm, treas ; Fresh coun selor. ] u dM A ' ?. " - ' (i- " % ' ' ' ' JOHNSON, PHILLIP V. - Hogerstown; Marketing -ct KS, v p, treas, secy; AAS, pres.; Marketing Club; Sailing Club, treas.. Terrapin, sect. ed. JOHNSON, SANDRA GAY — Alexandria, Va.; Home Economics- Angel Flight; Terrapin: International Club; Home Ec Club JOHNSON, THOMAS MURRAY -College Pork; Zoology. JOHN- SON, WILLIAM H.-Arlington, Va.; Sociology -S A K; Varsity Track Team; M Club, v.p.; Who ' s who JONES, LEROY ALLAN - Baltimore; Civil tngineering-ASCE; Westminster Fellow- ship. JONES, LINDA E. - Baltimore; Mathemotics- Carroll Hall, v.p.; Orientations chm.; Student Counselor; Lutheran Student Assoc.; Jud. Board chm JONES, MARILYN RUTH -Baltimore; Microbiology- Newman Club JONES, NEVA JEAN- Alexondria, Va.; Elementary Education- II h4 , v.p., rush copt., outstanding pledge; Pestle and Motor; Diamond; AWS Sorority Council, sec ' y.; Faculty Award Comm.; Daydodger Big Sister; WRA, Intramurols; Aqualiners, Women ' s Chorus, v.p JORDAN, MALCOLM B - Boltimore; English- ' l ' k I . pres Hurmony Hull, rnuiter ot ceremoniev D ( lub f .p,.-.,s,on, Veteran ' s Club JOSEPH, CAROLJANE- Chevy Chose; English Educofion— Dorm, vp, |ud board, soph carnival chm Compus Jud Board, Jr Prom chm l-OB Diomondboc ., Deans List Soph Prom, Queens Comm JUDY, DANA - Woodlown; PhysicolEducotion-:i I i: KADESCH, CHARUS S. - Takoma ParV; Electricol Engineering KADISON, JAMES -Baltimore; Zoology -Biology Club KAHN, CAROL ANN -Bolti- more; Mothemotics Education - ' 1 ' i.i., pres , v p , . . A, trees ; Homecoming, over all chm , Old Line Party, v p Diamondbock, copy chief, AWS Academic Board, sec ' y Diamond, Bridal Fair, sub chm , Frosh Mixer, sub chm KAISS, A. lEE- Hagerstown; Industriol Manogement- l Kl, SAM, Sailing Club, treas KALAJIAN, EDWARD- Palisade, N.J.; Civil Engineering- K. , ASCE. KALIN, HARRIET SANDRA -Boltimore; Americon Civiliiotion- l ii, social chm, WRA rep , SGA Calendar Comm , Bridal Fair Comm , SGA Elections Board; Sr, Prom, comm chm KAIINSKY, ALBERT STEPHEN -Mt. Roinet; Sociology, KAIK, CAROLYN E. -Chevy Chose; Microbiology- AT, scholarship chm Dorm, treas i), sec ' y Placement Comm.; University Orchestra KALLINS, HARVEY A.- Baltimore; Pre-Dentol. 44 i KAPLAN, LOUISE 1.- Boltimore; Government Politics- IK , house mgr , scholar ship chm,, social chm , rush chm . sec ' y Hillel. Old Line Party, campaign comm. KARLIN, STANLEY -Baltimore; Sociology- i:. M Varsity Lacrosse Team Frosh Lacrosse Team, Intramurals, Interfraternity All Star football team KARPEWICZ, PAUL -Boltimore; Electrical Engineering- IRE AIEE KATZ, ELAINE - Baltimore; Speech Therapy- A i:. ll Hillel, D.amondbock, copy ed KATZ, ROBERT -Boltimore; Medical Illustration -a i; A Notional Science Foundo tion. Softboll KATZ, STEPHEN IRA -Chevy Chose; History- Psychology Club; Dean ' s List KATZ, STEVEN MARTIN -Silver Spring; Accounting low-OiiA; Intramurals, Education Comm chm. Accounting Club, SAM KATZEL, WILLIAM LEWIS- Bethesdo; Reol Estate Insurance- Ai 11, sec ' y, hist., alumni chm,; House Rules Comm : Pep Club, Men ' s Leogue Jud Court O h 4% p ;:, es KAUFMAN, SAM D. -Baltimore; Government Politics- M, hist Spanish Club KEEFE, FRANK P. -Hyottsville; Moriceting. KEENE, SAMUEL JAMES, JR. -Silver Spring; Physics. KEESEE, DONALD GARY -Hyottsville; General BPA- National So ciety of Pershing Rifles. KEHOE, PATRICIA MURRAY -Lutherville; Hi$tory-. An. i4 E, Diamond Princess Dtamondbock, Newmon Club Dorm, pres.. Student Dining Holl Comm ■ WRA, exec comm, Ridmg Interest Group Chm KEIDEL, LOUISE K. -Towson; History. KELUHER, BRUCE - Silver Spring; Mariieting - SAM Vorsity Bosketboll Intramurals M Club Marketing Club KELUR, AGNES M.-Freelond; Physical Educotion- Intra mur als. WRA rep.; Newmon Club 417 f 9 fs ' KELLER, DONALD W. - Middletown; Agricultural Economics - ATA KEM, ROBERT SHELTON — Cheverly; Pliysicol Educotion — OAE, v p, Arnold Air Society; Frosh Numerals Baseball KENNEDY, THOMAS M.-Stonford, Conn.; Commerce- ASH KENT, PATRICIA DIANNE - Fredericl(; Elementory Educotion- KAe, secy Dorm, iud. board, exec, council KESSEN, THOMAS P. -Cincinnati, Ohio, Generol Studies. KESSLER, JAMES -Hyotts- ville; Physical Education. KERCHNER, WILLIAM F., JR. -College Park; Education for Industry- Frosh. Lacrosse, University Theater, KIDNER, VALERIE LYNN -Balti- more; Physlcol Education— nB t), corr, sec ' y,; " JiAE, sec ' y,, Westminster Founda- tion; Student Religious Council, sec ' y.. Chapel Choir. KIEU-DUNG, HUYNH THI-W. Hyottsville; Economics. KILBY, RICHARD THORNTON - Bethesda; Transportation — A . , SAM, ROTC Non-Commissioned Officers Corp, KILDEA, ALICE E. — Jackson, Mich.; Physical Education — Women ' s Professional Club; WRA; Newman Club KING, JOHN D. -Washington, D.C.; Personnel Manage- ment. « f»r KINSELLA, KATHLEEN — Silver Spring; Home Economics Education — .K.Xn; Newman Club; May Day Costume Chm KINSER, MURIEL- Bethesda; Elementary Education- Westminster Fellowship KIPPNES, ELINOR BEA- Baltimore; History-AAA, tutor- ing; . ; Frosh, Prom, comm, chm,; Bridal Fair comm, chm ; Soph Prom, sec ' y,; May Day rep,; Dorm, pres , sec ' y; AWS, v,p,; lAWS Contact, KISHTER, HER- BERT— Baltimore; Civil Engineering -ASCE, social chm,, constitution comm,; Intro- murals; Dorm, v,p,, treas,. Citizenship Award, Cecil Hall, KITCHIN, CHARLES R.- Linden, N.J.; Social Studies Education- ATH, hist, chariot race chm, Intramurals KLAMNER, SAMUEL A. - Baltimore; Sociology -IT ' .O, social chm., rush chm,, IFC; Intramurals; WMUC; Election Board KLAVENS, ROBERTA LEE - Baltimore; Elementary Education - I SS, philanthropy chm; Hillel, skit night. Modern Dance Club; Modern Dance Concert KLEIN, JERRY L.-Wash- ington, D.C.; Psychology — 0. , pledge pres.; X; IFC Football, Wrestling; Psych, Club, Soph, Carnival KLIMEN, GARY R.- Bethesda; Biological Sciences. KLINE, ELLEN WOLFSON - Balti- more; Elementary Education - iAI; Terrapin; sect ed , Hillel KNABE, FREDERICK G. - Baltimore; Education for Industry. KNIBB, ROBERT R. - Hogerstovirn; Electrical Engineering — Amateur Radio Association, pres,; IRE; Dorm, treas.; General Motors College Scholarship, KNICELY, WALTER W. - Martinsberg, W. Vo.; Floriculture- A ' , OA.X; FFA; Coll Ag, Dorm, officer, Intramurals KNIGHT, JOHN W- Washington, DC; Electrical Engineering -AIEE, IRE KNIGHTON, WILLIAM MICHAEL -Arlington, Va.; Geography- R-) ; Weightlifting Club; Intramurals, Sports Car Club, KOHN, IRENE-Silver Spring; Childhood Education— Hillel. KOLESAR, ARMAND M.-Fort Hancock, N J.; Military Science KOUKOUUS, TOULA- Baltimore, Sociology. KOWALSKI, KARL, JR -Bourron Moriotte, Fronce; Government Politics -Munich Branch, Student Council, lown rep. Election chni Activities Week chm Newman Club J V Basketball, Volleyball Team KRAHNKE, KARU F. - Woshington, D.C.; Elementary Education -, ( )I I. secy , social chm , Sr Class secy , Panhellenic sec ' y , Old Line Party, sec ' y , AWS, Publicity Comm, KRAMER, MADELYN- Silver Spring; Elementary Education. KRESOVICH, NICHOLAS, JR. -Hyattsville, Chemical Engineering- Wi. AlCh E KRISO, STEPHEN A. - Walling- ton, N.J.; Pre-Medicol- Newman Club Intromurals, Amateur Radio Club KRUSE, JUDITH KATHARINE -Baltimore; Biology -Modern Donee Club; Dorm, sec ' y ; Orien lotions chm KUPERSTEIN, ALYSE - Washington, D.C.; Physical Education- Hillel Women ' s Pro fessionol Club, P E, Moiors Club, WRA LACKEY, JOEL LEE-W. Hyattsville; Jour- nalism -Diomondbock, publications photographer LAIAKIS, CHRISTOS S. -Thes- saly, Greece; Mechanicol Engineering- ASME, ETHOS, International Club, Dorm, House Rules Comm Chm LANDAY, SHELLEY -Baltimore; Elementary Education- . K I ' , pledge pres., open house co chm , WRA rep.; Moy Day, Jr. rep, iTK; AWS, Frosh. Soph, rep.. Bridal Fair, co chm., House Directors Reception Chm., publicity chm,, SGA Colendar Comm. Chm.; Mortor Board, keeper of the robeS; Frosh. Soph. Class Exec. Council Sr. Class Presents, sec ' y,, Jr. Prom, publicity chm.; Campus Chest, chm., program chm.; Women ' s championship singles, badminton, fennis; Diamondbock: Dime-o-Dance chm. ( • 3-: ,: - LANDRUM, PATRICIA -Hyattsville; English-.WH, treas ; Diomondbock; fxpres sion; Aquoliners, Ski Club; FOB LANE, FRANK A.-Silver Spring; General BPA- Newman Club, D.omondbock, cartoonist LANGE, RICHARD S.- Chevy Chase; Education for Industry. LAOHAVANICH, YENCHAI- Washington, DC; Physics - SnS; International Club; Physics Major Club UPES, GEORGE A. -Washington, DC; Psychology- i.X KK Psych Club, Ethos, University Marching Band, University Dance Bond LARSON, LARY C.- Kensington; Industry. LAURANCE, RICHARD B.— Towson; Mechanicol Engineering. LAURO, PHILLIP A. - Fairview, N.J.; Psychology -SN; Intramurols; Free State Party LAWRY, NELSON H.- Silver Spring; Zoology- Pershing Rifles LEAMAN, ALAN B- Silver Spring; Electrical Engineering- Varsity Rifle Team, Terrapin Club LEATHER- MAN, ANNABELLE - Cumbertond; Physical Education- Basketboll Interest Group Modern Donee Presentation, Sports days Play doys; Professional Club. LeBRUN, PATSY RUTH-Finksburg; English. LEE, PHYLLIS -Baltimore; Public Relations -Dorm, pres., AWS, rep SFAC, national convention. Orientation Fashion Show, Big Sister Program, Old Line, adv. mg., Terropin, sec. ed , M Book, see. ed , Diomondbock, copy ed , Career Week Forum, Placement Service; May Day, outstanding Jr 8. Sr., Homecoming Queen Candi dote. Old Line Party; Public Relations Day; SPRA, sec ' y. LIIBEl, AARON -Balti- more; History-Young Democrats Club. Intromurals, LEIZEAR, LEAH- Lourel; English-Speech -. H A. Chapel Choir. M Book; Old Line: Diamondbacks FOB LELAND, LOUIS S., JR. -Washington, DC; General Studies-. n . O r p) t! ' ( " I ft d Q C , fT ,(T« , lEPSON, RONALD GARY - Baltimore; Civil Engineering- ASCE. Dorm, pres LEVEN- DUSKY, ROBERT J. - Mt. Rainier; Industrial Arts Education. LEVEREH, JAMES FRED- ERICK -Mt. Rainier; Civil Engineering. LEVINE, JERRY A.-W. Hyattsville; Physical Education — 1 .- E LEVINE, ROBERT NORMAN - Silver Spring; Government Politics - t i A, D.o-nonrf back, sports ed IFC Presents LEVY, ARTHUR -Silver Spring; Art. LI, SICHI-Tokoma Park; Education for Industry-SAM Weightliftmg Club LIBERTY, JENNINA-Hyotts- ville; Social Studies Education — Newman Club LICHTIG, MICHAEL B. - Baltimore; Civil Engineering -ASCE IIMPENS, VICTOR - Brussels, Belgium; Electrical Engineering. LIPIN, LLOYD EDWARD - Baltimore; Civil Engineering -ASCE LODGE, MARIAN JEANNE - Baltimore; French Education- Frosh Class, v.p.; WRA sports, French Circle; Jud. Board; Exec, Council; Fire Warden; Bridge Club; SNEA. LOEZOS, ELIZABETH J. -Washington, DC; Elementary Education. LOHR, NANCY LEE- Boltimore; History Education — .• . n, v p., WRA, treas., v.p., iTE, v.p.; Dorm, v.p.; AWS Orphans Party, F ood Sports Day, chm,. Miss Maryland, finalist, WRA, intramurals LONGFELLOW, WILLIAM J.-Wheoton; Military Studies. LONGEST, HENRY III — Baltimore; Civil Engineering — ASCE LORENZ, WAYNE FRANK - Hyottsville; History-Weightlifting Club. Advanced Air Science lOTZ, MARGARET ANN-Ellicott City; Executive Secretarial -FOB, pres., rush chm,, soph carnival chm.; l). a, hist,; Student Union Comm . AWS Con- stitution Comm,, Newsletter, Secretarial Comm,, FOB, May Day, Comm, chm,; Dorm, exec, council, Intramurals, Daydodger Big Sister; Dorm Big Sister; SAM, LOUGHMAN, LARRY - Rochester, Pa.; Tronsportation- ANA; SAM Intramurals LOWE, THOMAS DALE-Adelphi; Accounting- BA ; Deans List; Accounting Club, " " l " " LUBBERT, ROBERT F.-Glen Burnie; Civil Engineering -. K. ASCE; D Club, v p, pres , Intramurals; Dorm, pres., athletic chm. LUH, DONALD A. — Ariington, Va.; Chem- istry-Mens Glee Club; U C C LUNDGREN, ROY H.-Riverdale; Military Studies. LUSTMAN, LEIBA — Baltimore; Elementary Education— Dorm, Jud Board, exec coun cil, big sister. MocDONALD, DOUGLAS DANIEL -Washington, DC; Government Politics - Men s Chorus MACIDULL, JOSEPH C.-Ft. Lee, Va.; Military Science. MoclNTOSH, ROBERT CAMPBELL -RidgevKood, N.J.; Electrical Engineering -Varsity Swimming, AltE, IRE; M Club; Resident Assistant. MacNEAL, JANE CATHERINE -Silver Spring; Textiles Clothing-ON; Home Ec Club. 420 MACRIS, NANCY lOU - Hyattsville; Elementory Educotion- AOfl. Terropm, sec ed , FOB, Tour Leader Soph Prom Comm Soph Cornivol Red Cross Drive May Day, voting comm MADEJ, JOSEPH J - Glen Bumie, Mechanicol Engineering - ASME Newman Club, Dorm, pres MAOEl, JOHN L, JR - Leonordtown, Eleclricol Engineering- IRF MAGEE, MICAHEL W - Baltimore; Education lor Industry MAGIDSON, JANE -Silver Spring; Sociology- A ' t K, pres., rush chm , Diamond MAGNETTI, MARY PATRICIA -College Park; Music-i:, l Women ' s Chorus MAINE, EDNA ANN — Friendly; Elementary Education — Mfirching Band Concert Bond Wes ley Foundation, Modern Dance Club MALAN, HOWARD JOSEPH -Pikesville; Elec- trical Engineering— IRE, Amateur Radio Club MALI, AARON - Baltimore; Electronics- IRE Dorm, trees, Intramurals MANTEl, RICHARD C-Wheaton; Criminology- K. , Varsity Swimming Team, M Club MARAHA, EUGENE THOMAS JOSEPH -Mt, Rainier; General Business -SAM, spring mgt conf chm Prince Georges County Senatorial Scholorship, Intramurals MARCERON, DENNIS A, -Silver Spring; English. e o ,o MARCERON, RALPH A, -Greenbelt; Transportation- AN, MARCUS, JOSEPH BAER- Baltimore; Zoology- Intramurals, Bridge Club, House Rules Comm. MARINEUI, ARTHUR ORESTE - Greenbelt; Physical Education -Wrestling Team, co capt. 60 61 M Club MARSH, JEAN-College Park; Elementory Education. (?S © o MARTIN, JUAN CARLOS -Washington, DC; Pomology -Varsity Soccer, M Club, Newman Club MARTIN, LAWRENCE E., JR. - Hyattsville; Military Science. MARTIN, NORMAN L.-Ft. Meade, Va.; Military Studies. MARTIN, PENELOPE ANN-Rock- ville; Speech-AAA, Ponhellenic Council, Pledge Debut, chm,; Color Guard; SGA Finance Comm , sec ' y. muKk s MARTIN, ROUND E. - HyaHsville; Chemistry. MARTIN, WILLIAM V, JR. -Baltimore; Tronsportotion-ANA, Propeller Club MARVAL, EDNA L-Trenton, N.J.; Elemen- tary Education — , ()n. Newman Club, Terrapin: AWS May Day Voting Comm. MASLANIK, GERALD JAMES - Greenbelt; Music Education -OM A, Marching Bond; Concert Band, Symphony Orchestra MATHIS, WILLIAM WALTER-Tokoma Pork; Sociology- Fv A l Gymkona Diamond back: Terrapin: Intramurals MATLICK, THOMAS LINCOLN -Cumberlond; Electricol Engineering. MAHINGLEY, RICHARD G. - Beltsville; Aeronautical Engineering-Ai , pres , V p , rush chm IAS, IFC Young Oemocrots Club Jozz Concert, chm, MATZEK, MONICA KAY-Silver Spring; Joumolism- AIA, activities chm, Dio- mondback, news ed , copy chief; University Theater, Terrapin: Flying Follies, pub chm,. May Day, pub. chm,. Parents Day, pub. chm.; Frosh, Prom Comm.; Lob Theater Soph Carnival SGA AWS 421 ' r o O, n p ir 7 McADOO, KATHRYN MARSHA -Hyattsville; Americon Civilization - KA, rush chm , scholarship chm., ed.; Modern Donee Club, University Theater, Terrapin, staff mgr., FOB Tour Leader; Intramurals, May Day. McCABE, OLIVER I. - Boltimore; Psychology- KS, Track Team, Olympic Barbell Club. McCARTHY, PETER-New YorV, NY.; Sociology. MCCARTHY, WILLIAM C.-Ellicott City; Psychology - .ATH; SGA, FOB; Chapel Choir; University Club. McCAULEY, CHARLES OTIS -North East; Journalism -SAX; D omondback Mc- CLENNY, ERNEST B.- Silver Spring; Military Science. McCOLUM, REGINALD E.- Springfield, Vo.; Military Studies. McCULLOUGH, DAVID BRENT -Marlton, N.J.; Aeronautical Engineering — AS t ; IAS. McDonald, GERALD L.-Greenbelt; Finance- Nevt man Club McDONAlD, MICHAEL DONALD - Baltimore; Journalism -SA.X; Diomondbaclc; Weightlifting Club. McELWEE, ARLENE JOYCE -Baltimore; Sociology- Newman Club; Dorm, Big Sister. McFARLAND, RONALD G. - Baltimore; Personnel -ASH; New man Club; SAM; House Rules Scholarship Comm. McGARVIE, BETTY - Hyattsville; Sociology - AXfl, vp; t X6, treos.; Newman Club; Free State Party, sec ' y.; FOB; WRA; Soc. Club; Outstanding Jr., May Day; Campus Cheating Comm., Daydodger Big Sister; Diamondboc):, circulation mgr.; Elections Board MclNTIRE, BURTON WAHS - Cheverly; Sociology -SU; IFC, rep International Club; Soc. Club, treas.; Greek Week Comm.; Cancer Carnival, pub licity comm.; FOB; SAM; Spanish Club. MclNTOSH, JAMES F.-Adelphi; Military Studies. McKENNA, BERNARD J. -Baltimore; History- HSA; AKE; Rulert Scholar ship Comm. f f C McKENZIE, WALTER F., JR. - Lonaconing; Mathematics - J SK; KIC ; Marching Bond; Career Week, comm. chm.; Intromurals; Dorm, exec, council; Gordon Davis Linen Campus Agent McLEAN, BARBARA FAY-Severno Park; Practical Art- Dorm, pub. comm. chm.; Intramurols; Ice Skating Club; Ski Club. McLEAY, FRED- ERICK M- Laurel; General Business. McLEAN, WARNER H.- Wayne, Mich.; Account- ing—Accounting Club, Intramurals. MEADOFF, GAIL ROBIN-Long Island, N.Y.; English -itiS, rush chm, pledge mis tresS; Old Line Party, chm.; Homecoming Decorations Comm, MEININGER, RICHARD CARL- Chevy Chase; Civil Engineering- Civil Engr Honor Society, ASCE; Wesley Foundation. MEISER, BRUCE R. -Duluth, Minn.; Economics -Diomondbocl, ed.; Soph, Counselor, Newman Club. MENDEL, CHARLES - Baltimore; Education for Industry. MERKEL, JON C- Arlington, Va.; Psychology- AXA, pledge trainer, treas, secy , Intramurals MERMELSTEIN, ILONA- Baltimore; Childhood Education -Bridge Club; Jr Prom Comm ; Bridal Fair Comm. METCALFE, LYNDA KAY-lndion Head; Elemen- tary Education — .Aon, Dorm, treas., v. p., |ud. board, Frosh. Counselor; Drama Wing. METCALFE, ROBERT E.-Dillwyn, Vo.; Electrical Engineering-Veterans Club, pres.; IRE; AIEE; Wesley Foundation. MEYERSON, NATALIE - Hyottsville; Childhood Education- Durrn, hisl , hull prcs proctor, exec council, Intramurals MICHAELS, LARRY - New Britain, Conn.; Physi- col Education -Newman Club Inlrariiurals MIKULA, STEPHEN - Dayton, Ohio; Business - ' I ' ki. SAM American Management Association, Newman Club MIKULA, GERALD VERNON -Bethesda; Education for Industry - I A(-). SAM Newman Club, Soph Carnival co chm , Dorm, v p MILES, JUDITH ANN-Silver Spring; English- KKl ' Homecoming, FOB MILLARD, ALFRED J.-Oxon Hill; Military Studies.i MILLER, EDWARD F - Hyottsville; Agricul- ture Education. MILLER, GEORGE E. -Uniontown, Po.; Business-SAM UN Club MILLER, HARRY WALTON-Spring Gop; Transportation- HFS; ANA; Chapel Choir, Maryland Christian Fellowship, Westminster Fellowship, v.p, MILLER, MARJORIE- Woshington, D.C.; English-. A K 1 , O d Line, Ed. in Chief, Art Ed, Diamondback, Cartoonist, Bridal Fair, Homecoming, Chm of House Decor, Outstanding Soph, Jr AWS pub , Soph Carnival, pub,, Co ed Volleyball, Dean ' s List, MILl£R, AAARJORIE LEE — Mt. Roinier; English — Commuter ' s Club, University Theater Usher, Md Christian Fellowship MILLER, ROBERT LEWIS - Baltimore; Mechonical Engineer- ing- ASME MILLWARD, WILLIAM N., JR.-Lewisburg, Po.; Military Studies. MILSTEAD, SPENCER COLVETT-Marbury; Industrial Monogerment- uri, Aill MINTON, MALVIN PRICE III -Salisbury; History- Dorm, pres ; Intramurals. MIROCHNA, THAODEUS M. - Ft. Meade, Vo.; Mllitory Studies. - - __fc,r ®i (B :n O O MONTAIBANO, CHARLES V- Silver Spring; Public Relations -.KTH, iA.X, PRSA, American Public Relations Assoc, Newman Club MONTEDONICO, JOSEPH- Bethesdo; Sociology— i..M- ' ., v.p., sgt.-ot-arms, homecoming chm., public relo- tions comm chm.; Kalegothos; lA.X. All Star Frat. Football, " IFC Presents, " pub chm . Terrapin. Greek Newspoper; Sociology Club, pres.; Frosh. Lacrosse. IFC Chm , IFC Cancer Carnival chm,, Intramurals, Homecoming Chm , Gate Key Society MONTEITH, ROY T- Washington, DC; Commerce - SAM MONTGOMERY, ANDREW WINFIELD-Woshington, DC; Geography- IH , v p MONTGOMERY, DONALD LEE- Glen Bumie. : A(-), ath dir , ass ' t pledge master Intramurals. FOB, Wesley Foundation, SAM. MONTGOMERY, JANICE M.- Silver Spring; English -. ()l I, sec ' y , pledge pres., M ' X, , , A, IIAlv Mortar Board, t K0, Who ' s Who, Psych. Club, trees., v.p.. Commuter ' s Club, v p., AWS, 2nd V p., FOB, Bridal Fair; Terrapin, coed, in chief, Daydodger Big Sister, chm,, Publ Board, Women ' s Employment Conf MOON, GEORGE W., JR. -Greenbelt; Biological Science. MOORE, BARBARA JUANITA- Alexandria, Vo.; Elementary Educa- tion— IIH , pres, social chm, rush captain, Prestol Mortar, Frosh Prom Comm , Bridal Fair, Angel Flight, hist , DiomondfaocH; SNEA, Terrapin Home coming Comm MOORE, CONSTANCE LOUISE- Greenbelt; Secretarial-Business-. A1I, secy, co rush chm Daydodger Big Sister WRA, Terrapin Ski Club, Wesley Foundation MOORE, HARRY D.-Ellicott City; Electronics -Newman Club, social chm., pub. chm., Snow-Ball Dance Chm., Varsity Rifle Team; House Rules Sch. Comm., CO chm.; Vondenburg Guard Trick Drill Team, commander. ROTC Rifle Team; Outstanding Cadet, AIEE IRE Honors Dorm, German House Improvements Comm MOORE, JOHN S.-Glen Bumie; Educotion. MOORE, MARION - Greenbelt; Music Education — MENC 423 rl t A4lft MORIARITY, WILLIAM BRYANT ll-Befhesdo; Economics -SAE, Economics Dis cusslon Club; Political Science Club, MOROOSE, SANDRA SHARON - Bolflmore; Psychology- Psychology Club MORREY, CAROLYN M.- Silver Spring; Art History - r(l)B MORRIS, SANDRA -Hyottsville; English Education. MORRISON, JAMES P -College Pork; Music Education -(t Nl A, Sinfonio; Band, Symphony Orch , MENC MORTIMER, RICHARD C.-Clinton; Music Education- Band, Trophy for Most Improved Musician, 58-59; Dance Band. MOSER, E. LEE — Hogerstown; Industrial Education — AT F; IAS; House Rules Comm MOSES. ED- WIN GEORGE — Baltimore; Electrical Engineering— Newman Club, trees MOSS, LINDA ARLEEN-Pikesville; Childhood Education -(MI; Parent ' s Day Regis tration; Elections Board; University Theater Box Office; Frosh. Prom; Soph. Prom Hillel MOULDEN, OWEN M.-Bur1onsville; Industrial Engineering. MRYNCZA, ADOLPH A. - Baltimore; Electrical Engineering- House Rules Comm; IRE. MUDD, DONALD G.- Silver Spring; Electrical Engineering — .- Tn, HKN; IRE; Diamondbock; Newsman Club; Election Board. MULLIS, 0. RAY-Mocon, Ga.; Physical Education - 1 AE, trees ; New man Club, sec ' y.; Veteran ' s Club, chaplain; Dean ' s List, Intramurals. MURPHY, HELEN E.- Hyattsville; English- D amondbock, office mgr.; Newman Club. MURPHY, KATHRYN E. -Bethesdo; English- French Club, Westminster Fellowship; Chapel Choir; Dorm, Cultural Chm , social chm., AWS, cultural comm., constitution comm. MURRAY, JOANNE ESTHER-Silver Spring; Home Economics Education— KKr; Home Economics Club, v.p. :- ' J f •! ' f j MURRAY, JOHN JOSEPH - Lonhom; Social Science- University Theater; Calvert De bate; Forensic Conf., Reader ' s Theater; SAM; SNEA. MUSUMCCI, JOSEPHINE ANN- Silver Spring; Fine Arts — Newman Club; Chapel Choir MYERS, KEVERA — Linthicum Hgts.; Government Politics — KA, sec ' y., v.p. of Sr. Class; Angel Flight; Greek Week Queen ' 61; SGA, Who ' s Who, pub. relations comm.; Frosh. Day Chm.; May Day rep.; Homecoming, Flowers Chm.; Aqualiners; Old Line Party Exec. Council; Diamondbock; Military Ball Queen Finalist; Dorm, Exec. Council, Social Chm.; AWS, sec ' y Old Line: Bridal Fair NEAL, ROBERT JEn-College Pork; Aeronautical Engineering— IAS £ NEARY, SUSAN H- Kensington; Elementary Education- AF; TBS; Color Guard, copt., Intromurals; May Day rep.. Dorm, jud. board, v.p., exec, council. NELSON, MARION M- Columbia, S.C; Military Science. NELSON, PETER BOWMAN - College Park; Academic Education. NEWLAND, EDWARD - Rochester, NY.; Political Science- niA; Political Science Club, NEWMAN, RUSSELL J. - Hyottsville; Accounting. NICHOLS, HERBERT W. - Ft. Belvoir, Va.; Military Science. NILSON, DAVID M. -College Park; Electrical Engineering. NIMETZ, ARTHUR-Silver Spring; Physical Education- AAH, PER NIXDORF, RICHARD H -Claibome; Civil Engineering - ' I ' K I ASQ NOllMEYER, UO F.-Hyottsville; Accounting- Ai. II NORFOU, CAIVERT W., JR. - Hyamvllle; Dairy-. Ml ' Irosh Soccer, Varsity Soccer, Kalegethos, Dairy Science Club, Sears Roebuck Scholarship, Borden Co. Senior Scholarship NORINS, ELUN- Boltiinore; Eleinentory Educolion-Diomondbock, NEA; WRA, University Theotre, Bridge Club, Homecoming Comm , Hillel, Q rA Hk NOVOTNY, J. THOMAS -Laurel; Education for Industry-NEA SAM Newman Club Vondenberg Guard, Dorm, pres NOZIGLIA, ROBERT E. - Hyattsvllle; General Studies. NUSSBAUM, MARILYN GAIL- College Parte; Chemistry- AII FOB Doydodger Big Sister Soph Queen, runner up, Chopel Choir OCHSE, WILLIAM G. B. - Bohimore; Sociol Studies. O ' CONNEL, JEAN M. -Silver Spring; Marketing- Nevj man Club, Morketing Club, Diamondbock, copy ed OFFUTT, GEORGE C. -College Parte; Zoology-il i, New man Club Chess Club OFFUn, WARREN L.-Hyattsville; Sociol Science. OIDICK, ALVINH.-Plkesville; English. OKON, SUE ARLEEN-Bahimare; Engllsh-cl vv jgcy ; Sr Panhellenic, 2nd v p, Homecoming, sec ' y , Sub chm. Frosh Prom, Sr Prom, sub-chm, OLIVER, ALFRED — Hyattsvllle; Mathematics. OMINSKY, BARRY EDWIN LEE - Baltimore; Zoology. ORFUSS, CARL J. — Baltimore; Zoology— Dorm, athletic chm., v. p., house rules chm., Intromurols, Biology Club, Bridge Club. OSTOVITZ, WILLIAM WAYNE -Linthicum; Transportation. OURSUR, DONNA JEANNE - Jessup; Sociology. OVERTON, DONALD EDWARD -Hyattsvllle; Agricultural Engineer- ing— ASME, Agricultural Engineering Club, pres. Agriculture Student Council, PADOVANO, FRANK A.-White Plains, NY.; Agricultural Economics -. rr Block Bridle Club; Agriculture Council, Intramurals, Superintendent of Student Live stock Show. C 1 . M (T ( f r © PALMER, DAVID FUNK - Hyattsvllle; Zoology. PAPAVASILIOU, SYLVIA -Baltimore; Mathematics- Dorm, |ud boord PARK, THURLOW F- Silver Spring; Physical Edu- cation- Swimming Team, capt 59 60 PARKER, JON B.- Silver Spring; Educotion for Industry— IKE PARKER, PENELOPE JO-Elkton; Textiles Clothing-. XFA, v p., pledge trainer; Porents Day, Greek Comm., Westminster Fellowship; Home Economics Club. PARKMAN, DONALD N- Silver Spring; Education for Industry. PASS, CAROLYN J.- Baltimore; Pre-Medlcol, Zoology -Zoology Club, secy Doydodger Big Sister; Dorm, Academic chm , |ud board Hillel Soph. Carnival, asst treos , AWS, exec board PAHERSON, CLARENCE ARTHER, JR.-W. Hyattsvllle; Industrial Mon- ogement- t Ki; Varsity Lacrosse Soiling Club, pres 425 O ' ||| , ifV PAnERSON, JOHN-Woshington, DC, Education for Industry. PAnERSON, ROBERTA UE - Bethesdo; Elementary Education — AHA, freas., pres., Dean ' s List, FOB, Sr, Class Presents, program comm., Bridal Fair, comm. chm. PECORA, FORTENO NICHOLAS — Baltimore; Metallurgy— Newman Club, Metals Club, American Society for Metals, House Rules Chm., Intramurols. PECARSKY, BEATRICE— Silver Spring; Childhood Education. PECKHAM, JASON MAXWELL -Tiverton, R.I.; Agronomy-IO, Agronomy Club, pres., Intramurols, Agronomy Council, House Rules Comm. PENDLfTON, NATHAN S. Ill -College Pari(; Industry Management. PENDORF, PAUL W- Balti- more; Chemical Engineering-AIChE, RMA, editor; Swimming Team. PENKIUNAS, BIRUTE A. — Baltimore; Zoology— Dorm, jud, board, Newman Club; Lituonica Club, sec ' y , treas. PERDIKARIS, STEPHANOS C.-Koiamitsi Lefkos, Greece; Mathematics. PERSEGHIN, GEORGE L. -Baltimore; Electrical Engineering -TBO; HKN; IRE; AIEE PETRESKY, JOHN J.-Lourel; Military Science. PETRUSHANSKY, MARUNE-Woshington, D.C.; Elementory Education- A 1)E; WRA Council; FOB; SNEA; Intrcmurals; Terrapin. PEHEE, GEORGE BENJAMIN -W. Hyottsville; History -ATn, pres., v. p., pledge master, Kalegethos, pres.; Who ' s Who; Varsity M Club, Intramural Athlete Award; Frot. All Star Football Basketball (4 yrs.); OAK; IFC, jud. revision comm. chm,, ath. chm,, sch. chm.; SGA, Fret, rep.; SGA Clemson TV Game chm., Judicial Revision comm.; Traffic Comm., Old Line Party, v.p,, pledge sch, award, ath chm PFANNENSTIEL, RALPH J.-Boltimore; Pre-Medicol. PFEIFFER, LAWRENCE D- Hyottsville; Mathematics. PFLEEGER, STEPHEN F.-Adelphi; Transportation - Maryland Flying Club, PHELPS, ROLAND ALAN - Baltimore; Industrial Arts-ATO, ' Frosh Track Team; Varsity Track Team; Intromurols; Dorm, social chm. PHILLIPS, AlUN lAUREL- Hyattsville; Military Science. PHILLIPS, PATRICIA MARIE - Towson; English -Aqua liners; Chapel Choir; Newman Club; Swimming Club, PIXTON, MARVIN F. Ill -Gulf Shoes, Ala.; Finance — 1 A0, IFC; Varsity Track, Atlantic Coast Conference low hurdle champion; M Club, special comm. chm. PLEXICO, PERRY SPRAH - Adelphi; Electrical Engineering- AFP, v p, house mgr , rush chm.; IFC, Greek Week Comm,, IFC Presents; IRE, PLOWMAN, PAUL M.- Baldwin; Agricultural Economics — FFA; Intramurals; Dorm, treos.; Agr. Council; Agr Econ Club; RMA PLUMHOFF, JAMES EARLE - Baltimore; Philosophy -ATH; FOB; Frosh. Lacrosse. PLUMMER, ANNE- Preston; Textiles Clothing- r l)B; 4 H Club; Doydodger Big Sister, PLUTSHOK, CAROLYN DIANCE-Federalsburg; Music-AAA; SAl, vp; Dorm, sec ' y,, Exec, Council, Cultural Chm., big sister; Women ' s Chorus, Accompanist; May Day, music chm,; University Theater. POE, JAMES E. - Kensington; Military Science. POMERANCE, NEAIE FERNE - Pikesville; English-A4 K, scholarship chm POND, R. DOUGLAS -Silver Spring; Accounting - K. , sec ' y athletic chm; Intra murals POOLE. JOHANNA E - College Pari; Zoology- KA POOLE, VIRGINIA LOUISE -Glen Bumie, Physical Education POORE, LINDA B. - Baltimore; Sociology- I IH I , sec v , pres , Rifelry Interest Group, Terropm. University Theater POPP, RICHARD JOSEPH - Hyottsville, ' Psychology - Newman Club, Newman Club Choir Chapel Choir, Flying Follies PORTER, JOHN S. - Bollimore; Electrical Engineering- I Rt Arnold Air Society, Air Forces Assoc POWELL, MARIE WARDEN - Kensington; Sociology-Chapel Choir In Iromurols, Wesley Foundation Dorm, Red Cross rep POWERS, RICHARD J.- Bethesdo; Accounting. PRATT, WILLIAM CLIFTON -Formington, Maine; Sociology - Terrapin Ski Club. Sociology Club; Dean ' s List PRESTIFILIPPO, JOSEPH R -Newaric, N.J.; Psychology. PRICE, CHARLES M. -Silver Spring; Psychology. PRICE, LOIS- Adelphi; Childhood Education - T , house pres ; FrosFi Day Comm Soph Carnival, pub. chm.; ZBT, sweetheart, PRICE, WAYNE L£E-Odenton; Agricultural Economics — .-VZ; Dorm, athletic chm., pres, RMA fS B -r - o c i ' rM- f7iBs PRINTZ, DAVID L. -Washington, DC; Electrical Engineering- IRE PRUSCHS, WIL- LIAM S.-Mt. Rainier: Electrical Engineering. PRYOR, MARGARH LOUISE -Frederick. English -Dorm, vp. |ud board pres PUOH, WILLIAM N. - Hyottsville; Physicol Education — l Ki, Frosh Lacrosse, Varsity Lacrosse, M Club. PULIDO, RODOLFO A. -Washington, DC; Civil Engineering-ASCE. Newman Club, International Club Dorm, house rules comm,. Resident Ass ' t PUTMAN, JAMES FRANCIS - Frederick; Accounting — ATA, J Hi, John W Guckeyson Memorial Scholarship Dorm, pres, RMA, Exec Council QUICK, ELEANOR J. -Riverdole; Elementary Education. QUINLAN, JAMES ARTHUR, JR.-Ellicott City; Pre-Medical, Psych. — Dorm. Government RACHUBA, LAWRENCE ROMAN - Riviera Beach; Zoology. RADER, RICHARD A- Timonivio; Civil Engineering. RAFFAELO, KATHLEEN — Nework, N.J.,- Elementary Educo- tion-l!H I ' Deans List RALPH, PHYLLIS C.-Mt. Rainier; English- P ' tH. Scholar ship chm. vp , A Jerrapin, sec ed , May Day Rep, Jr Ponhellenic, vp.; SNEA, Sr Ponhellenic RALSTON, ALAN ANDREW - Washington, DC; Civil Engineering-ASCE RAND, BERTIE -Silver Spring; Childhood Education- A M;, pledge mother SNEA Ski Club RANDOLPH, JOHN N., JR. -Silver Spring; Economics -(-) . v p, secy, rush chm IFC rep, rush comm Mens League, IFC Presents, RAPP, JANET L. — Rockville; Home Economics — ON ft |R| f CT . 427 RAPSON, FREDERICK WILLIAM - Boltimore; Education for Industry - AK RAY, LINDA GAIL-Lo Plato; English-Mortar Board, ed., Dorm, pres., AWS Social Chm.; SGA; RMA Service Key, May Day rep , Homecoming Comm.; Dorm Council, Big Sister Comm REAMS, WILLIAM H. — Hagerstown; Mechanical Engineering. RECHES, HENRY -Boltimore; History -Hillel, Soccer REDMILES, MILDRED GLADYS - Lourel; Science Education. REED, SAN DRA ROSE -Silver Spring; Textiles Clothing- Home Economics Club REESE, DAVID HARPER-Edge- woter; Zoology. REEVES, ARTMAN B. -Magnolia, N.J.; Science Education -TKE, Football Team, REHERT, ALLEN F. - Baltimore; Electnco! Engineering -SAM, TBO, AIEE, Soph Prom, pub comm REICHERT, F. RONALD - Arbutus; Civil Engineering -ASCE REID, JAMES H., JR. - Hyottsville; Military Studies. REIN, JANH HELENE-Cheveriy; Social Studies — .• n. May Day, pub. chm.. Lab Theater. REINHOLD, CHARLES HOWARD -Queene Anne; Agriculture Education. REISNER, WIL- LIAM F.- Silver Spring; Transportation- SAE, ANA, FOB RESTIVO, JOSEPHINE M. — Baltimore; English— Newman Club, chm.. Women ' s ChoruS; ACS, University Theater; Chess Club, REYNOLDS, JULIA ANN -Baltimore; History -Sociology Club. REYNOLDS, WILMER E.-Chinoteaque, Va.; Physical Education - t)AE, pres. Intra murals, t K t RHODES, DEWEY DALE - Aberdeen; Industrial Education- IAS, In dustrial Educotien Assoc, Dorm, House Rules Comm, chm,, IE, A,, Diamond- hock Rep; intromurols RICHARDS, AUN KENT -Silver Spring; English -SAE; Sports Cor Club RICHARDS, BARRY A. - Boltimore; Mechonicol Engineering. ' .-- «■ ' « « f - V • • » «, RICHARDS, ERNEST EDWARD - Hyottsville; Moriieting-SAM RICHARDS, ROBERT P., JR. — Baltimore; Political Science- nS. ; Dorm; House Rules Scholarship Comm. ARXT RICHBURG, DOROTHY GENEVA - Baltimore; Speech Theropy-SAH RICHEY, B. JEAN — Hillcrest Heights; Art — CfJ), pledge supervisor, sec ' y.; May Day rep.; Soph. Carnival, pub. chm.; May Day, pub. chm.; Homecoming Queen ' s Chm.; AWS, v.p.; Sorority Council, v p., Sr. Panhellenic; Diamond; Terropin, sec, ed., art ed,, assoc. ed., SGA r RILEY, ROBERT FRANKLIN -Forest Heights; Science- Baptist Student Union; Dorm, pres. University Club RING, JOSEPH - Baltimore; Electrical Engineering-AIEE, IRE, vice chm RISHELL, WILLIAM A. - Mackeyville, Pa.; Poultry Husbandry -OAk; Wrestling Team, ACC Champion, Varsity M Club, Eastern Intercollegiate Poultry Judging Team, Ralston Purina Sr, Scholarship Award. RiniNGER, ROGER GIBSON - Hyottsville; Public Relations -4 i;K; IFC pub, comm., Diamondback; PRSA; Lab Theater Publicity Co-chm.; SA.X; SPRS, « 1 Ps » O p ROBISON, WADE L -Tokoma Paric Philosophy ROBINSON. LINNELL- Sevemo Porit, History- AAA. pres , IIAI-. Morlur Board. SOA. iec y . firiunce coiiirTi . Who ' s Who Comm . Cultural Comm , Adele H Stomp Award, Outstanding Jr Women. FOB. secy, Frosh. Soph. Jr Class Sec ' y . May Day. business mgr , lerrapin, osso ed . sec ed , Dorm, exec council, political rep , Boot, sec ed ROBINSON, MYRNA JOYCE — Baltimore; Interior Design — Notional Society of Interior Designers treas , Ski Club, Dorm, pres , Fencing Interest Group ROBINSON, NORMA UE- Forest Hill; Textiles Clothing- H, Diomondbock, Terrapin. Red Cross. Soph Carnival, pub comm , WRA, handbook, Panhellenic Council, Pledge Dance, pub chm,. Homecoming Queen Comm,, FOB, Doydodger Big Sister, ROBINSON, WILLIAM W -Cheverly; Social Studies ROGERS, J LYNNE - Baltimore; Elementary Education- SNC A ROGERS, JACK H,- White Hall; Physical Education. ROMAN, ROBERT JOSEPH- Beltsville; Electrical Engineering- IRE Newman Club ROMINE, RICHARD A.-Clear Spring; Physical Education -( )AK Varsity Soccer; Varsity Lacrosse, All American Soccer, All South Soccer Team, John W Guckey- son Memorial Award for Athletic Ability, M Club ROMOSER, BRUCE -Silver Spring; Sociology ROMOSER DONALD FRANCIS -Baltimore; General Business. ROOT. MARY CATHERINE -Ropid City, S. Dak.; Foods Nutrition- Newman Club, Terrapin: Stu dent Union Board, Dorm. iud. board; Home Ec . career week chm,. Student Faculty Council. ROSEN, ELLIS H— Baltimore; Social Science Education — Dorm, house exec comm, scholastic chm SNEA Coffee chm ROSENFELO, BEVERLY-Silver Spring; Speech Therapy -A ' M-;, sec ' y, pledge mother A i., H l K t ' Soph Carnival. ROSENGARDEN, EUGENE -Baltimore; Economics - i. M Intromurols, Jr Prom Co chm Soph Carnival Comm ROSS, ELIZABETH A. - Gloucester City, N.J.; Sociology — 11 H , Scholarship Comm., Intromurols; Terrapin Sociology Club; Westminster Fellowship, ROSSMAN, THEODORE UO, JR. -Baltimore; Civil Engineering- ASCE ROTH, ROLF J- Takomo Parte; Accounting- A :i 1 1 HVl Accounting Club, SAM ROUSH, ANN- North East; Social Studies- AAA SNEA, v p , AWS Orphan ' s Party Comm , Dorm, Exec Council, v p FOB ROVNER, JEROME S. - Baltimore; Zoology - ' t 1 1 , t i, edi tor. Biology Club irvi4 ' 41 ROWELL, GILLIAM MARY- University Pork; Practical Art-TA.X; Rush Choirman RUBIN, SANDRA FAY -Tokoma Pori(; Accounting- A M:, treos,; AAA; BAM ' , HIi, Chaplain, Jr Prom Comm , sec ' y Doydodger Dutch Dinner, co chm Accounting Club, Diamond May Day rep Tri Delt Scholarship Award RUCK, BRUCE STE- PHEN -Woshington, DC; Spanish. RUDICK, STANLEY AARON - Baltimore; Speech- Rodio T.V. -IIAE, iA. . WMUC, music director, oss ' t. program director, key, station mgr,; Hillel. Pub. Comm. RUSSELL, EDWARD BENSON, JR. -Silver Spring; Finonce. RUSSELL, ROBERT ALUN- Abell; Electrical Engineering -ilUl HKN; IRE RUSSEU, SALLY PtNN-Towson; Sociology- niM , pledge trainer, settlement school chm ; AWS Bridol Fair FOB. Dorm, Big Sister Program Psychology Club, Student Ass ' t, Library RUSSELL, WILLIAM PAUL-Abell; Electricol Engineering- ' IHn, HKN IRE. 429 RUTLEDGE, ANNE HOPE-Rocks; English -Westminster Fellowship; Women ' s Cho- rus, Dorm, jud, board. Elections Council, Exec. Council. RYERSON, ROBERT - Silver Spring; Aeronautical Engineering. SABEL, AUGUST J. — Alexandria, Va.; Militiary Studies. SACHS, SYDNEY LOIS - Baltimore; Elementary Education - t SS . AA, Dio mondback, reporter, Panhellenic Council, tour leader. Bridal Fair, Harmony Hall. SAGEL, GERALD — Boltimore; Industrial Arts Education — Dorm, pres , social chm , Olympic Barbell Club, Intramurals. SAGLE, BARBARA L.- Silver Spring; Elementary Education -K. 0; Tennis Double Tournament SALLOOM, PATRICIA ANN- Cheverly; Elementary Education — .AXn, social chm., song leader. Pledge Queen, WRA, Inter- est Group, Newman Club SALO, PAUL — Baltimore; General Business. SALUP, STEVE-forest Hills, N.Y.; Government Politics-ZBT, v p.; Varsity Track, M Club, Political Science Honorary, History Honorary; Dean ' s List; Debating Team; IFC Court, chief lustice; U.S. Affairs Student Conf., rep. SANBORN, JAMES M.- Dayton; Horticulture. SANFORD, DAVID B. - Hyattsville; Psychology - " C.X; Bond; Wesley Foundation. SANTONI, WAYNE DAVID -Baltimore; History -Dorm, pres., athletic chm.; Weight-lifting Club; Newman Club, RMA Council; Intramurals SAPPER, CHARLES H.-Westover; Economics. SASS, LOIS ELAINE -Baltimore; Speech Therapy-. AA, ' i ' .X; S. H, Ski Club; Dorm, academic chm. SAUREL, DENISE EILEEN — Governors Island, N.Y.; History — Terropin; WMUC; Aqualiners; French Club SAYLER, ANNE MOSKOS - Hyattsville; Zoology -Orchestra, v.p.; (Pl; Biology Club; Women ' s Chorus. : SCANLAND, VERA B- Baltimore; Sociology. SCHAEFER, ELLEN UURA-Tokoma Pork; Speech Therapy— .A.XA; i . H, v.p.; AWS, exec, council sec ' y.; Dorm, sec ' y.; Terrapin: Hillel SCHAEFER, PHILIP F. - Baltimore; Educotion for Industry. SCHAFFER, JUDITH MARY-Silver Spring; Procticol Art-AAA, ass ' t house pres ; t 0, dream girl. Angel Flight, Newman Club; NSID, pres.; Interior Decorators Club, sec ' y., Home Economics Club; M Book; Frosh. Prom, comm. chm.; Soph. Prom, Queen ' s Comm., Homecoming Comm.; Col. of Home Economics Student Exec. Council. SCHAFTEL, ROBERT B.- Baltimore; American Civilization — ZHT, sec ' y, hist., social chm., pres.; OAK; Kolegothos, v.p.; OAK; IFC; FOB, pre-college orientation sponsor; Soph Class treas.; Frosh. Men ' s League rep.; Men ' s League Key, Home- coming Comm., overall chm.; Old Line Party, pres., platform comm. chm.; Sr. Class Presents Chm,; Diamondback. SCHELZ, JOHN PEIRSON- Baltimore; Chemis- try-, , American Chemical Society -Student Affiliate. SCHEMM, CLAUDIA RUTH — Baltimore; English — . ' on, treas.; Soph. Carnival; Blood Drive, SGA Comm. SCHERR, ILEEN JOAN - Baltimore; Speech Therapy-. E , sec ' y; tour leader, ac tivity chm., i.AII; Bridal Fair, Fashion Show chm.; Frosh Prom, comm. chm.; Jr Prom, comm. chm,, FOB; Old Lme: Terrapin; Old Line Party; AWS, Invitations; Soph. Prom. SCHEER, JEROME DAVID -Silver Spring; Industrial Management. SCHLAUDECKER, JULIE ANN -Chevy Chase; Sociology -.K.XSl, rush tour leoder; FOB, custom ' s comm.; WRA, interest groups; Campus Cheating Comm ; Dorm, exec, council; big sister comm.; Newman Club; Sociology Club. SCHLESINGER, SARAH-Balti- more; Speech— . , A, pres., business mgr.; FOB, co chm , May Day, overall chm., M Book, ass ' t ed , Mortar Board, pres.; SGA, Cultural Comm. chm. SCHLOSS, DANNY J. - Hyattsville; American Civilization -Diomondbock; Swimming Team SCHMIDT, HALM ELLA-Towson; Elementary Education- i!i, pledye pres , vp free Stole Pcirty rep SCHMIDT, JUDITH ANN -Upper Darby, Pa., Arl Educotion- I ' lMt, vp I ' W Varsity Rifle leiim Nutiomil fntercolleqiate Women ' s Rifle Chompion SCHMIDT, JULIA ANN-Silver Spring; American Civilization- CX Free Stole Party, rep Newman Club Dorm, academic clim , exec council, Moy Day, rep , Dean ' s List, Big Sister f rosh counselor, Gymkona SCHMIDT, WILLIAM E. - Cheverly; Sociol Studies Education — (I lk SCHNEIDER, FREDA MARIE BEAN-College Parii; Dairy Technology -Veternarian Science, Dairy Science, Block and Bridle Club, Doiry Products Judging Team, Sports Club, Big Sister, Newman Club, Ag Week end. Dairy Div, res. Champion. SCHNEIDER, MEIVIN L.-Eost Riverdale; Physics- Physics Moiors Club SCHOFER, MARCIA E. — Boltimore; Childhood Education— l l i I Iv Modern Dance, pres WRA Honorary Dance Concerts SCHROCK, LOVEE L. - Londover Hills; Social Studies Education— r J)H, social chm., pub. ohm.. University Theater, Chapel Choir; Terrapin: AWS Newsletter Comm.; Daydodger Big Sister SCHROEDER, DAVID HARRY -Media, Pa.; Accounting - I AH Frosh Basketball; Varsity Basketball SCHULZ, CAROL LEE - Baltimore; Sociology -ferrap n. Bridal Fair Sr Prom Comm SCHWAB, NORMAN K.-Rickville; Government Politics - .XKII, pledge master, rush chm, social chm.. Intromurols. Hillel SCHWARTZ, JACK JOEL-W. Hyattsviile; Electrical Engineering -AIEE IRE. SCHWARTZ, LINDA SUE -Baltimore; Childhood Education -Oi.!, house pres , pledge mistress Diamond. Sorority Council SCHWARTZBERG, CHARLES JULES -Annapolis; Physical Educotion — i l Varsity Lacrosse Team. All American Lacrosse. SCIANNELLA, JOSEPH A.-Lonhom; Social Studies Education. SCLAR, MARCIA SHIR- L£Y — Silver Spring; Elementary Education — . K t, house pres.; Sorority Council; Dad ' s Day Comm . AWS Fashion Show. m M SCOVILLE, MARIANNA-Berwyn Heights; Personnel - . ( " ), vp; Newman Club SCURTO, CONRAD VINCENT - Denton; Physical Education- Dorm, exec comm, social chm, Newmon Club, Phys, Ed, Motors Club SEELER, MARJORIE- Chelten- ham, Pa.; Nursing— .VAII Diamond. Free State Party, rep, Intromurols SELDEEN, BARBARA LEE-Silver Spring; Psychology - , Psychology Club, SGA Cheating Comm SEMB, ALLEN R. -Militory Studies. SERVICE, PAUL DAVID -Cotonsville; Art- National Society of Interior Designers Newman Club, Notional Senior Merit Scholorship Award. Dorm, house mgr Homecoming Float Comm, SHAFFER, DAVID A. - College Pori(; Mechonicol Engineering-ASME, v p.; Hillel Foundation. SHAFFREY, ROBERT M- Laurel; Government Politics- rKlv A. ; Newman Club; SAM SHAMP, MARY K. -Silver Spring; Elementary Education. SHANNAHAM, SAMUEL VALLIANT, JR.-Eston; Public Relations -iA.X. SAM; Vandenberg Guard, charter member D.omondbock SHAPIRO, SANFORD M. -Boltimore; Americon Civilization - ZBT, pledge moster, social chm, IFC, boat ride chm. Homecoming, Queen ' s Comm chm , Sr Class Presents, seat comm, chm SHAPLIN, LAWRENCE N. - Silver Spring; History. Ks " . «.■ I« r|. iW ' ? ■:=■ W 431 SHAVER, WILLIAM E. - Boltimore; Military Studies. SHAW, ARTHUR ROBINSON - Spencerville; Civil Engineering — ASCE, Civil Engineering Honor Society, Wesley Foundation SHAY, ELIZABETH A. - Hyattsville; Spanish E ducation -SAT, social chm., activities chm ; SGA Legislature, Diomondfaoc !, magazine ed., drama critic. University Theater, pub, dir.; FOB, tour leader; Free State Party del., Daydodger Big Sister, SGA Publications Comm., SGA, University Theater, and Diomondbock Keys SHERRILL, RICHARD JAMES - Baltimore; Social Science Education-. A ! A, pres., v.p., hist,, sgt.-at arms, alumni sec, TO, Civil War Club; Vandenberg Guard. SHERWOOD, M. PAUL- Hyattsville; Marketing-S E; ASH; Lacrosse Team SHOOK, CAROL S.-Adelphi; Elementory Education-SK; Newman Club SHUGER, RICHARD DAVID- Pikesville; Zoology. SIDLE, JULES M. - Baltimore; Sociology-TE I), v.p.; Old Line Party; Blood Drive Comm.; Cord Section Comm. SIEGMAN, MYRNA WILMA- Silver Spring; Government Politics -A I E, secy, parliamentarian; WRA bovk llng. SIMMONS, LARRY KENNETH - Havre deGrace; Ac- counting. SIMMONS, MARVIN B.- Silver Spring; Mechonical Engineering. SIMMONS, RONNIE M- Silver Spring; Mathematics Education - iAl; AAA; TSS; t K t ; Dorm, Big Sister. SIMMS, WILLIAM JOSEPH -Hyattsville; Speech-Maryland Christian Fellowship, treas., v p, pres SINGLEY, ANN W. — Baltimore; Criminology— Ski Club; Women ' s Chorus, social chm.. Food ' s Comm., Dorm, v. p.. Judicial Board. SITNICK, RITA C. — Silver Spring; History — A ' t E, pledge trainer; Ponhellenic Council, Young Demo- crats Club Diomondboc c SISCOVICK, HARRIET -Baltimore; English. SKALICKY, EMIL J.-Duquesne, Pa.; Marketing- ASH SAM; House Rules Comm.; Dorm, resident ass ' t,, Newman Club; Marketing Club. SLENNING, BRADFORD N., LT. COL. - Portlond, Ore.; Military Studies. SLYE, ORVILLE, JR. -College Pork; Fire Protection— , . , ' ; Marching Band; Society of Fire Protection Engineers, pres. SMELKINSON, RITA — Baltimore; Crime Control — Dorm, fire marshal, proctor, big sister program; Hillel; May Day; Job Placement rep.; Career Week Forum, comm. chm.; Judicial Board, Sr. rep. d d. SMITH, CLIFTON LUTHER II - Sharpsburg; Social Studies Educ. - Dorm, pres , reporter; RMA; Intromurals SMITH, DELANO E.- College Pork; Economics. SMITH, HAROLD B. — W. Hyattsville; Economics — SAM, Economics Discussion Club; Veterans Club. SMITH, HARRY LEROY, JR.-College Park; Electrical Engineering -A lA; HKN; 1 BO; i Hl: Chess Club, pres.; SAMR, Scabbard Blade; J K . SMITH, JENNIE E. - Annapolis; Spanish-Chapel Choir SMITH, J. HOWARD-New Hyde Park, N.Y.; Mechanical Engineering- Intromurals SMITH, REX C- Hyatts- ville; Sociology. SMITH, ROBERT WENDELL- Baltimore; Marketing -i.X; SAM; Dorm, rules comm.. Glee Club, Frosh. Leg. SMfTH, RONAU) EDWARD - Silver Spring; Zootojy-Dorm, vp. University Com muter ' s Club. Newman Club SMITH, SAliY lYNNE - MkrobMlofy. SMITH, SUSAN JANE-B«(timor«; French- AAA. French Club, Angel Flight. M Sood FOB. Oio- mondbock, Soph Prom, Queen ' s chm . Jr Prom, Queen ' s chm. SMITH, WAYNE ALAN - ArBngtM, Vo.; P»nonn«l - ! A6, M Club, trees. Vorsity Track Team t _- )f k SMITH, WILLIAM B. -College Pari; Electrical Engineering - t 1 1 : . Sr advisor HKN, pres.. TBH; 4 K t); ()1)K, sec ' y , Scabbard Blade. Chess Club, pres,. SAM, vp.; SAME, Canterbury Society; IRE. Frosh, Chemistry Award, Soph, Award for Top Engineer; St Court SMYTH, JOHN THOMAS - londover Hills; Spanish Edu- cation-Newman Club, vp., chaplain ' s oward, WMUC, Young Democrats Club Spanish Club. SNAY, ROSWITHA A. - Kensington; Getman-Chapel Choir. Aqua liners; Ski Club, secy SOBER, MARVIN AHAN - Bohimofe; Pre-low, SOBERS, DAVID G.-Sih ef Spring; Agronomy- Newman Club; Agronomy Club, v p ; Col-O-Ag, reporter; Vandenberg Guard SOKOL, GENE DALE -Havre deGrace; Mehon- icol E«9ine« ng-nT2; : K t ; Dean ' s List; Frosh Baseball SOLGERE, JUDITH ANN-Tokofflo Park; Aimricon Crvilization. SOLLOD, PtRIE - Baltimore; English Edu- cotion — Dorm, v. p. SOMMERFIEIO, EDWARD DONALD - College Pari; Marketing -TKE; SAM SOURS, WAYNE PRESTON -Hogerstown; Mechonical Engineering- ASM E SOUSANE, JOSEPH RICHARD -Sihrer Spring; Finance. SOUTHWORTH, ANNE MARIE - Kensington; Drama - IK, treas,, standards comm., house comm.; Jr, Ponhellenic Council; FOB, tour leader - " best group " . University Theater, sec ' y., " South Pacific " ; " I am a Camera, " " Julius Caesar, " " Streetcar Named Desire " ; Homecoming Queen Candidate; Flying Follies; Chapel Choir; D omondbock, calendar girl SOWERS, DENNIS ALlfN-SiKer Spring; Aeronauticol Engineering- IAS SPAR, TOBY- ChorlMtown, S.C; Economics -. EO, treos , Homecoming; Terrapin, sect, ed.; SGA Elections Boord SPARHAWK, JOHN C, JR.-Hyottsville; Mothematics- Vandenberg Guard SPEDDfN, GEORGE JOHN - Baltimore: Pre-Dental. r» c?! U 1 ,ls ; J ' -- f SPEERT, BONNIE -Boltimore; English -. ' KE . steward; MJS House Directors Tea, invitations comm; Intromurals, Old tine, Expression: Bridge Tournaments. SPENCE, JAMES W.-BaWmore; Pre-Medical-lntromurols; House Rules Comm SPENCER, ALAN L - Urthorville; Electricol Engineering- : KT, sch chm, athletic chm; Dorm, sec ' y SPENCER, ERNEST Itl-CoHege Pari; Science Education - ATd Men ' s Glee Club, treos.. Dining Noll Club. •3, rM SPICER, CURTIS JONES -East Riverdalo; Moriieting-TKE Veterans Club SPITZ, RICHARD, JR.-Greenbeh. STAEHUNG, NORMAN WALTER- Arlington, Va.; Mothe- motics. STALUNGS, WILUAM H. Ill - Switland; Electricol Engineering- IRE 433 STAMM, JACQUELINE B.-McLean, Vo.; Eleflientary Education- TctB, secy, SNEA, membership chm.. Chapel Choir, Angel Flight, exec, officer. STATON, HAROLD LEE- Boltimore; Electrical Engineering. STAUFENBERGER, RICHARD -Maplewood, N.J.; Govanmiwit Pofitict — TKE, pledge trainer, IFC, pub. comm., nSA, Old Line Party Pub. Comm., Young Democrats Club. STEHLE, WILLIAM NORRIS- Annapolis; Fire Pretoction. STEINBACH, BARRY STEPHEN - Boltimore; Psychology - I S A, AAI, Marketing So ciety; Psychology Club, Sociology Club, Terrapin: Diamondback; Campus Elec- tions Board STEINBEIR, G. WIUIAM-Woshington, D.C.; Sociology. STEINBERG, PHYUIS E. -Chevy Chose; Elementary Education- SAT, WRA, Interest Group; Placement Library, chm. STEVENS, HOWARD L- Frederick; Speech -TKA, pres., OAK; SAX; WMUC, announcer, station mgr., business mgr.; Ca lvert Debate Society, v.p., hist.; Newman Club; French Club; Student Publications Communica- tions Comm.; Dorm, house rules comm., v.p. STEVENS, JAMES RONALD -Baltimore; Mechonicol Engineering -ASME STIVAlfni, MICHAEL P.-Woshington, D.C.; Mechonicol Engineering- 2 AE, sec ' y., sports chm.; ASME; Intramurals; Pep Club. STODDARD, SUSAN GAY - Baltimore; Advertising- AOri; TAX, treas.; Terrapin; Homecoming; Frosh. Day Comm.; Frosh. Prom, decorations comm.; AWS Poster Comm.; Home Economics Club; Canterbury Club. STOUR, HANNAH E. - Baltimore; Elementary Education -A ] E, rush chm; FOB; Dorm, hist., exec, counsel, sec. pres.; Diomondfaock; Big Sister. ■yM ' § ' •■ ' ' STOMBLER, MILTON - Baltimore; Physics-AEH; |)H2; American Institute of Physics, pres STONE, HOWARD W., JR.-Si e Spring; Mechanical Engineering- ASME. STONER, CHARLES E. - Westminster; Sociology- SOE, v p ; Cultural Comm ; FOB, treas.; Organizations Day chm. STOUT, LILBURN GRADY, JR. - Boltimore; Mechonicol Engineering — FITS, v.p.; ASME. STOUT , MARGIN, JR. - Pittstown, N.J.; Dairy-AZ; Dairy Judging Team; 4H Club; Block and Bridle Club. STRASBAUGH, GEORGE WILLIAM, JR. -Baltimore; Public Relations - l)K2; D omondbock, Dorm, vp STRAUB, HENRIK H.-Bethesdo; Aeranouticol Engineering — IAS; Lutheran Student Association; International Club; Young Democrats Club. STRAUGHAN, PAULA -Silver Spring; Elementary Education - IK, v.p.; Diamond; Angel Flight; Drill ' team; May Day, rep.; FOB, tour leader; Dink Debut, co-chm.; Soph. Cornivol Comm.; AWS Dutch Dinner Chm.; Bridal Fair; Dean ' s List; WRA, handbook, elections chm., constitution, interest groups, Frosh. Picnic chm. STROPE, BARBARA BELMONT -W. Hyottsville; Sociology. STRUCK, JUDITH A.-Houer- town, Po.; Nursing- AAFl; Free Slate Party, rep.; Intramurals. STUART, MARGERY LYNN-Bethesdo; Spanish. STURM, THOMAS E. - Pikesville; Psychology -Dorm, social chm., cultural chm.. Judo Club; Psychology Club. SULLIVAN, EMILY -Glen Bumie; Mathematics- Dorm, treas, social chm., cultural comm., Westminster Fellowship; AWS Orphans Party (deceased) SULLIVAN, MARY LOUISE -Baltimore; Sociology-Criminology -Newman Club; Dorm, exec council; Sr. Jud. Board rep. SUSEL, RICHARD M. -Baltimore; Zoology- Dorm, house rules comm., v.p., pres., resident ass ' t,, RMA leg comm. chm,, IFC-RMA Liason Comm,, Soph, Carnival, treas,; Dorm Presidents Leadership Weekend, chm.; Zoology Club. SUnON, DAVID B. - Hyottsville; Accounting- ASH; Frosh Lacrosse Team SUnON, MARGARH KERR-Hyottsville; Finoncial Administration. SWANSON, ANNE VERONICA-Boca Raton, Flo.; Elementary Education- K A, Diamondbocl Old Lme, Intromurols. Frosh Prom Comm SWANSON, ROLAND ALAN - Greenbelt; Music Educotion-KKf, vp, pres , Bond, sec ' y treos , co drum moior, ROTC Bond, drum moior. Dorm, pres. Dining Hall Club, vp SWEENEY, CECIL F.-Wheaton; Economics, Pre-medlcol — Internotionol Club, Economics Discussion Club, Univer sity Commuters Club SWEENEY, EDWARD WAYNE-Bristol, Pa, Transportation- ANA Propeller Club, Dorm Officer Intromurals SWEREN, MARTIN - Baltimore; Accounting- H. , lU ' i Accounting Club Dorm, fiouse rules comm SWITZER, RICHARD DAVID- Springfield, Po.; Accounting— Dorm, treos , v p, house rules SYBOR, ADRIAN W.- Baltimore; Journalism -Diomondbock, news ed., Young Democrats Club, Veterans ' Club, TALBOTT, RICHARD BUTT - Gaithersburg; Military Studies - l i.k Scabbard and Blade TALLfY, JAMES F. W. - Randallstown; Government Politics -Marching Band, Wesley Foundation. Political Science Club, Young Republican Club TAM- BURO, STEPHEN S. - Baltimore; Civil Engineering- Weight lifting Club, Dorm, social comm " Miss Cecil Holl, " chm TASE, ALBERT G., JR. -Palmer Park; Industrial Ed- ucation- KK4 ' , pres,, V p,, secy., Bond. Veterans Club, pres,, v. p. cs fTi c r. p. Q O ? TATUM, MYRNA DELORES - Boltlmore; Speech Therapy - . M TAYLOR, HELEN ADDIS — Hyattsville; English -. H A. Panhellenic Council. Doydodger Big Sister. SGA Placement Comm TAYLOR, JOHN R.-Adelphi; Real Estate. TAYLOR, PATRICK R. -Adelphi; History. TAYLOR, RICHARD M. - Hyattsville; Accounting -Frosh Baseball, Varsity Base boll. M Club THEIS, JOHN W., JR. -Silver Spring; Chemical Engineering-. Ji. i, pres.. Chapel Choir, Resident Ass ' t , AlChE, THOMAS, JOHN ANTHONY-North Springfield, Va.; Zoology — IN, Frosh Lacrosse. Biology Club, treas , Civil War Club, treos . FOB THOMAS, WILLIAM EDGAR - Brentwood; Chemical Engineering- AlChE, THOME, DENNIS M. - Baltimore; Zoology- Flying Association, Biology Club THOMP- SON, ALBERT E., JR. - Baltimore; Mechonical Engineering- ASM E THORNTON, BETTY JEAN — Adelphi; Physical Education- Women ' s Professional Club, frosh rep,, v p, Moiors Club, pres. WRA TIHON, SUZANNE-Washington, D.C.; Chemistry-Chinese Student Club, TILFORD, SALLY LINDA -Haverford, Po.; Elementary Education- kA, hist, pledge class secy , k. Minstrel Show. Old Lme, Agualiners. Uorm, exec, council, Dio- mondbock TIPPm, WILFRED TOWNSHEND, JR. -Cheltenham; Economics - A:: t Aill Economics Discussion Club TOBIN, PATRICK MICHAEL -Collicoon, N.Y.; Civil Engineering — .•VXn. . E. Intromurals, Arnold Air Society, Civil Engineering Honor Society. Newman Club; ASCE. TOISON, JANCT UE-Bethesda; Physics - T J B, house pres.. Student Union Boord. Diomondbock, copy chief. Terrapin; M Book, sec. ed. ' CP ' nr- 435 TOPPING, GRAYDON EDWARD - Westhompton Beach, N.Y.; French -Marching Band; French Club, Dorm, Cultural chm. TORRIERI, RINA — Boltimore; Journalism — Dia- mondback, mgr. ed., Newmon Club, Homecoming Dance Decorations Chm., Homecoming Comm., Student Union Board, O d Line, Old Line Party. TRATTLER, HENRY UONARD - Silver Spring; Zoology-AEn, v.p, pledge master, Jr Class Men ' s League rep.; Jr. Class Exec. Board; Jr. Prom Comm., Men ' s League Exec. Comm.; Campus Chest Comm.; Intramural Comm. Chm.; FOB; IFC; Biology Club; WMUC; Ski Club TREHER, STEVEN ALAN -Silver Spring; Electricol Engineering- AEO; HKN; t)H2; TBH; Band. TRIAS, MICHAEl-San Juon, Porto Rico; Government Politics- IISA; Veterans Club; Spanish Club;lnternational Club. TRIPP, WILLIAM JAMES - Hyattsville; Trans- portation -TKE; ANA; SAM, Motor Fleet Supervisor ' s Award. TROTTER, BAR- BARA L — Landover Hills; Home Economics Education — Newman Club, secy., pub. chm.; Student Faculty Council; University Commuter ' s Club; Home Ec. Club; SNEA TROY, WILLIAM B.-Bradshaw; General Business. TRUST, DONALD B.-Fallston; Chemical Engineering-TBIl; Varsity Football; M Club; AlChE; Dorm, pres.; Honor Section; House Rules Comm. chm. TUCCI, FRANCIS X. — Bronx, N.Y.; Joumolism — Men ' s Glee Club, Diamondhack, Terrapin; managmg ed TUCKER, PHER WARREN-Mt. Lakes, N.J.; Transportation - AO, ANA, Frosh Track; Varsity Track; M Club; Propeller Club. TURNBULL, JEANNE- Bladensburg; Elementary Education — Dorm, culture chm., hall pres.; Maryland Christian fellowship. TURNER, MARJORIE JEANEHE- Philadelphia, Po.; Elementary Education- AC )n, pres., pledge trainer. Terrapin, managing ed., assoc. ed., sect, ed.; Diamond; FOB TURNER, STEPHANIE E. - Hyattsville; Economics - 1)X0, secy SAM, member ship chm., FOB, Newman Club; Economics Discussion Club, sec ' y. TURNER, WIL- LIAM PRESTON -Silver Spring; History- Frosh. Baseball; Varsity Baseball. TUUR, MARY ANN -Baltimore; Sociology — Dorm, jud. board, academic chm., sect, pres.; Wesley Foundation; Intramurols. TWEED, McDONAlD D. - Silver Spring; Military Science. VALENTE, WILLIAM EDWARD - Philadelphia, Pa.; Economics — ATA, v.p.; Newman Club; SGA Finance comm.; In- tramurols VAN, PHAN TUONC-CHOLON- Vietnam; Zoology. VanARNAM, WILLIAM L-Farmingdale, N.Y.; History- UMVETS. VANCE, DIANE EVELYN - Ariington, Va.; French Education -A.XH, academic chm Homecoming, decoration comm.; French Club; FOB, customs boord; Intromurols; SNEA VANDERWELDE, KENT - Hyattsville; Pre-Dental. VanDERWERKER, JOHN- Si er Spring; History -ATli, Dorm, vp; Intramurols. Van ROYER, ANNELISE JEANNE -Ellicoft City; Chemistry- WRA, hockey; Trail Club; International Club. VARRE, PASQUALE A. -Mill Hall, Pa.; Physical Education -KA; Wrestling Team; M Club VASS, OSCAR RAY - Baltimore; Mechonical Engineering -HTS; TBH; ASME; Flying Association VELASCO, BALDOMERO E.-Cusy, Ecuador; Electrical Engineering- IRE; AIEE, Dorm, v.p., Newman Club; Soccer Team, Chess Club. VERSIS, THOMAS -Silver Spring; Transportation. 436 VIDELA, HUGO LOPES - LoPaz, Bolivia, Civil Engineering- XE. ASCE VIGIL, RAfAEL- Morionao Aav, Cuba, Poultry Hujbondry- Nev mon Club, Intercollegiote Judging Team, 2nd place VIUAMIZAR, MARIO F, -Bogoto, Colomblo; Agrkultiiral Eco- nomics— Newman Club Foreign Students Comm , Ski Club. Soccer VIRDEN, JON F —Chevy Chose; English. VOGEL, DONALD B.- Silver Spring; Pre-Medicol-lntromurolS; Hillel, Psycnoiogy Club. Spanish Club. Dorm, treas , Ski Club, Young Democrats Club VOSSWINKEL, ROBERT JAMES-New Hyde Poric, N.Y.; Marketing -4 K2;, hist . treas . v p . pledge pres , KalegotheS; Frosh Soccer, Varsity Soccer, co-captoin. All South. All American, M Club. Marketing Association. Soiling Club. Sr Class Presents, comm CO chm WADE, HUGH $,, LT. COL. - Portland, Oregon; Business, WADE, JANE ANDERSON - Silver Spring; Textiles Clothing — Home Economics Club; West- minster Foundation, Student Food Counsel; Dorm, exec counsel, homecoming comm,, big sister program WAIDNER, GEORGE IGNATIUS, JR-Pikesville; History Education -(t K A; Varsity Locrosse, M Club; Flying Club WAISSMAN, KENNETH JAY - Boltimore; Speech- 2.- M, social chm,, hist, Sr Legislature, Diamondback, reporter, cartoonist. Old Line, art ed.; Flying Follies, pres., business mgr.; University Theater Produc tions, FOB, All University Night chm.. Soph Prom. WAIDEMAR, JOHN-Hyatts- ville; Mechanical Engineering. WALKER, CAROLYN E.-Woshington, DC; Fine Arts- I " J)H, hist, WRA, rep, Wesley Foundation WALKER, JUNE L-Boiman; German -Student Life Comm.; Dorm, pres.; Diamond- bock, AWS, exec council. Angel Flight; German Club; Exchonge Student in Germony WAU, LOUIS SAMUEL- Washington, DC; Geography -PeV, pres WAL- UCH, NOLAN R,-Wheaton; Mathematics. WALLIS, THOMAS LEE - Vyilliamsport; Electricol Engineering — Newman Club, IRE, AIEE. WANLESS, HEUN LOUISE - LoVole; English- KKf WARD, DALE L., LT, COL-HyaHs- vllle; Militory Studies. WARD, DONALD T.-Glen Bumie; Civil Engineering -!i!. K XE, ASCE, secy, pres, TBIl WARD, W ILLIAM H, - Greenshore, NC; Electrical Engineering. T a n o WARHOL, JOHN J., JR.-Mohv»oh, N.J.; History - Ai. , secy. Ethos, vp, FOB SAM, Young Republicans Club WARREN, EDWARD WYAH- Indian Heod; Art Edu- cotion-lnfromurols; House Rules, chm. WASIUSKI, NICHOLAS - Newburgh, N,Y.; History — I iK, sentinel, ,- Ofl, Newman Club, Parents Day Comm Dorm Council, pres, Intromurols, Soph Carnival WASMER, PEDRO E. - Botlimore; Civil Engineering — 1. , v p.; OAK, SGA, pres., Jr. Class, pres.. Soph Class, pres FOB, overall chm , Cultural Comm . Who ' s Who Comm WASSER, BARBARA B. -Washington, DC; Speech Therapy- KKf. house pres ; i. H WRA; SGA Cultural Comm WAnS, WINONA -Bethesdo; Sociology -.WO, chaplain; Dean ' s List. Chapel Choir Md Christian Fellowship, secy WAYS, FRANKLIN L, - Brentwood; Social Studies Educotion- Wesley Foundation WEAVER, CAROLYN — Hyattsville; Home Economics Educotion, 437 ■ I S f WEAVER, JEAN -Silver Spring; Business Education -AAA TBI; ITE Modern Dance Club, v. p., Maiorettes, head maiorette, Flying Follies, Bridal Fair, Home- coming Queen WEBSTER, CHARLES DENNIS - Boltlmore; Practlcol Art-Advertising - 1 A0, chaplain, pledge master, v,p., NSID, v,p., SGA Pep Comm., Intramurals. WEINBERG, LESLIE G. - Baltimore; Pre-Medicol Zoology -.A EH, t HI WEINGER, SANFORD OALE-Tokomo Pork; Mechanicol Engineering -AEFI, hist, t FlI, v p, TBH, pub. comm, chm„ m ' S, IAS, ASME, Bridge Club. WEINSTEIN, BOBBI- Silver Spring; Elementory Educotion- A t E, rush chm , May Day Comm., Election Board, Hillel. WEINSTEIN, MARJORIE SUE - Baltimore; English- A E, v.p., sch. chm., D amondbock, clubs ed., reporter. Dorm, Judicial Board; Terrapin. WEISS, MARILYN JOAN -Silver Spring; Sociology. WELLER, DAN W., JR.- Hogerstown; Mechonical Engineering-TBri; 11X2; ASME; Dorm, pres.; Chess Club; Arnold Air Society, WELLS, ANN ELIZABnH- Silver Spring; Speech Therapy- FOB, song chm ; 1 U. Chapel Choir, Diamondback; Red Cross. WELSH, RALPH D., JR. - Salisbury; Mechanical Engineering-. MP, ASME WELTY, NEIL J. - Greenvifich, Conn.; History- ATA; AAI, SGA Cultural Comm., pub. director; M Book, sect, ed.; Men ' s League, v.p.; Vandenburg Guard, Westminster Fellowship. WERLE, CHRISTIAN F.-Oxon Hill; Electrical Engineering. WESSEL, L. HERMAN - Laurel; Entomology- 1 K2, house mgr., pledge class secy ; .. Z, v.p., Olympic Barbell Club. WESTERMAN, ARNOLD - Silver Spring; History - t X WESTIN, PAUL EDWARD -Silver Spring; Electricol Engineering- 1 AE; Amateur Radio Club, secy WHEATLEY, MICHAEL A. - University Pori(; Americon Civiliza- tion -S ' t ' E; FOB; Diomondback; Civil War Club; Newman Club. r C WHITE, ANDREA G. - Baltimore; English-2K, pledge sch. chm.. Shoe Shine Nite chm.. Triangle correst., act, chm., house pres.; Sr. Class Rep.; TB, sec ' y , pub. chm.; Aqualiners; Veternary Science Club; WRA, basketball chm.; Flying Follies; Color Guard, co captain, captain. WHITE, DOROTHY ANN- University Pork; Horticulture -Wesley Foundation WHITE, KATHERINE E. - Silver Spring; Recreotion- AAn, pres., social chm., guard, reporter hist., outstanding pledge, outstanding jr. women, Not ' l sch. award of excellence; STE, pres.; OAE; Mortar Board; Dean ' s List; Diamond; FOB; Recreation Society, pres.; Sorority Council; WRA, exec, council, team mgr., intercollegiate sports day chm. WHITE, LINDA JOAN — Baltimore; Social Studies Education — Dorm, frosh. counselor, fire marshal, FOB Chm.; FOB, cultural comm.; Dean ' s Council, Col. of Ed.; Old Lir e: D amondbock; Legislative Senatorial Scholarship. WHITE, THOMAS -Washington, DC; Microbiology. WHITE, WILLIAM F., JR. -Wash- ington, DC; Social Studies Educ. WHITEHEAD, EDWARD R. - Laurel; Electrical Engineer- ing-IOE; TBH; OHI; HKN, AIEE; Swimming Team. WHITELY, SARA ANN- Sorosoto, Flo.; Elementary Education - KA@, alumni sec ' y.; Angel Flight; FOB, Djomondfaack. WHITON, MAUDE ANN - Hyattsville; General Home Economics - AXH, pres., warden hist., oss ' t. rush chm.. Diamond; May Day, Ponhellenic Council, rush chm.; Stu dent Faculty Council of Col. of Home Ec , Frosh. rep.. Soph, rep., Jr. rep,, sec ' y WHiniNGTON, CAROLYN VICTORIA -Baltimore; Psychology- Dorm, hall pres class rep , judicial board chm, v p,, big sister program, frosh, counselor; Intra murols; May Day, rep.; Campus Judicial Board, rep. chm.; Frosh Testing Pro gram WIENER, RICHARD NEIL-Woodmere, N.Y.; Economics -X AM, social chm corres recorder WIGGINTON, ROBERT F.-Leonardtown; Electricol Engineering, 438 WILBURN, JUDITH ANNE - Riverdole, Entomology- I HX, pres Marching Band Concert Band Job Placement Boord WILLIAMSON, FRED H., JR. - Hyaftiville; Hl5fory. WILLICH, THOMAS EDWARD-Solem, N.J; Accounting- HAH ' Accounting Club Dorm Officer Intramurals WIlllS, DONALD H. - Woshington, O.C; Electrical Engineering - " Mil HKN IIUl WILSON, ALBERT WINFIELD, T SGT. -Ridgely, Government Politics- Political Sci ence Club WILSON, HAROLD WALLACE -Babylon, N.Y.; Pre-Dental- Track Team, Dorm Officer WILSON, JAMES ATCHESSON III- District Heights; Aeronautical Engineering. WILSON, NEILL R. - Purcellville, Vo.; Mechanical Engineering - ' 1 K I riui iiii: ASME. WILSON, RICHARD A., LT. COL. - Springfield, Vo.; Military Studies. WILSON, ROBERT S. -AHington, Vo.; Military Science. WILMER, WARREN B. -Silver Spring; Transpor- tation-iJ lK, v p , social chm , IFC " IFC Presents. " ticket soles chm ; SGA Elec- tions Board Cfim , Calvert Debate Society. SAM; FOB, tour leader WINDISCH, JACK - Baltimore; Floriculture- Frosh Soccer, Varsity Soccer; Frosti. Baseball; Vorsity Boseboll, Dorm, public relations man. WINGATE, THOMAS H., JR. -Wilmington, Del.; Physical Education - ICA, pari. Kalegethos, Swimming Team, captain, NCAA Swimming Championsfiips; Sun Fun Club, V p WIRTH, RICHARD J. -Pasadena; American Civilization -Md Christian Fellowship, treas Student Religious Council WITTMAN, STEPHAN J. - Riverdale; Psychology. WOLf, CAROL -Baltimore; Childhood Education -AE t ; Red Cross; SGA Cultural Comm ; Soph Carnival. WOLf, RONALD GlEN- Silver Spring; Accounting -Hillel; Accounting Club. WOOD, JAMES H., JR. -Cambridge; Speech -(tiK, pres ; Sr, Class Legislature; IFC, rush chm , WMUC, University Theater, Organization Control Comm., chm.; Elec- tion Board, FOB, chm , " 62 " Assembly chm ; Homecoming Comm.; IFC Intra- murals WOOD, RAYMOND C.-Hyottsville; Electrical Engineering. WOODARD, ROBERT L., JR. — Sevema PorV; Industrial Education. WOOOCHEK, ROBERT ERNEST - Silver Spring; Transportation -i A K; ANA; SAM FOB, Propeller Club WOOLLEY, EVELYN RUTH - Kensington; Mathematics -AAA: riMIv Tennis Interest Group, Md Christian Fellowship, Wesley Foundation; Big Sister, Dorm, cultural chm WORKMAN, DAVID McCAIN- Washington, D.C.; Reol Estate lnsur.-A. A, pledge troiner, IFC, Intramurals WRAY, IIUIAN BOYCE-Johnsville, Pa.; Speech Drama- KA, pres, rush chm KSA Angel Flight, 1st runner up Military Boll Queen; " Miss Prince Georges County " ; Drama Wing, Award Trophy; University Theater; Diamondbacks Old Line, office mgr., cartoonist. May Day, narrator; Lob Theater, Md -Wosh Forensic Conf win ner; M Book; Pres Council, Arena Theater WVERFEl, JUDY -Baltimore; English, Art-A. A Dorm, pari, sect pres WYMAN, PAUL W- Silver Spring; Electrical Engineering. YANIGER, NESSA R. - Baltimore; English -Women ' s ChoruS; Chapel Choir YEHl, MARY LOUISE -Hammonton, N.J.; Procticol Art- . rA, corr, sec ' y., treas.; Canterbury Assoc, Home Economics Club; Sorority Council. ft ( a (Ta C) 1 C A O- - p p « 439 Seniors Without Pictures ARTHUR, GAIL JOHNSTON - Baltimore; Elemenfory Educotion. BURKE, JOSEPH STEPHEN -Hyattsville; Chemistry. CASE, PAUL F. -Baltimore; Journalism-D omondfaact, managing ed , exec ed CESTONE, JOHN — Brentwood; Business Administration. DURIGG, WALTER M- College Park; Chemical Engineering- A. i, pres , SACS, AlChE, M Club, Var- sity Lacrosse YOUNG, SUE ELLEN -Elkridge; Agricultural Chemistry-Terrapin Trail Club; International Club Intrainurals, WRA, rep. Interest Groups; Student Affiliate of American Chemical Society YUDIN, HENNE IRENE- Boltimore; Elementary Education -i. A I Hillel WRA Council ZALEWSKI, ANDREW A.-Bethesdo; Zoology- Zoology Club, Weight Training Club ZAUMEYER, CAROL -Chevy Chose; Elementary Education- AAA FREEMAN, HERBERT BERNARD, JR. - Baltimore; Economics. FRIEDO, MIKE- ASCE GILLESPIE, SHIRLEY ANN - Hyattsville; Physical Education- Inter est Groups, horseback riding, basketball, Softball MITCHELL, JOHN- Silver Spring; Psychology- UCC, pres, SGA, Independent Rep,, Men ' s League, Independent Rep,; ODK, Dean ' s Committees, University Theatre Productions, Vondenberg Guard, Advanced ROTC; Pre College Sponsor. ZDANIS, ANTHONY A. -Washington, DC; Accounting- AiO, secy SAAA ZENITZ, JUDY -Baltimore; Art Education- A K , social chm , hist , best pledge, outstanding frosh , Diamond, Homecoming chm Diomondbacfc, fashion ed , Intramural Swim Meet, winner. Co-ed Volleyball team ZIPPERMANN, ENID-Takomo Pork; Secretarial Edu- cation- A t K, hist. Women ' s Chorus, lib. Terrapin: Chapel Choir, Marketing Club, WRA Intramurals, Parents Day Comm ZOOK, BEVERLY J. — Bethesdo; Elementary Education — WRA Rifle Interest Group, chm AWS Big Sister Program NEA YOST, ROLAND E- Baltimore; Mechanical Engineering- Newman Club House Rules Comm YOUNG, CARL L- Washington, DC; Military Sci- ence. YOUNG, DIANE JOAN -Baltimore; Textiles Clothing- AXJl, house pres , T ' liX, treas , Marching Band Home Economics Club, WRA Interest Groups YOUNG, LESLIE DAVID -Philodelphio, Po.; Fi- nance— t SK, sec ' y.; SAM. ZUCKER, MAXINE-Wheoton; Home Economics Education. CHRISTIAN, SUE — Baltimore; English. Drawiim H k.uvii S.ii Organizations Index Accounting Club 216 Administrative Deons 85 AG Council 216 Agriculture, College of 88 AIEEIRE 217 Allegany Holl 324 Alpha Chi Omega 346 Alpha Chi Sigma 123 Alpha Delta Pi 347 Alpha Epsilon Phi 348 Alpha Epsilon Pi 366 Alpha Gamma Delta 349 Alpha Gamma Rho 367 Alpha Lambda Delta 120 Alpha Omicron Pi 350 Alpha Phi 351 Alpha Pi Omega 219 Alpha Sigma AAu 126 Alpha Tau Omega 368 Alpho Xi Delta 352 Alpho Zeta 126 Amateur Radio Club 218 Amer Soc. of Mech. Eng 219 Angel Flight 144 Annapolis Hall 325 Anne Arundel 310 Antietam 326 Aquoliners 220 Arnold Air Society 141 Art Leogue 221 Arts Science, College of 91 Associated Women Students 152 AWS and Men ' s League Committee 152 Baltimore Campus 103 Boltimore Hall 327 Baseball 286 Bosketball 280 Bel Air Hall 328 Belvedere 329 Beta Alpha Psi 137 Block and Bridle 222 Board of Regents 86 Bridge Club 223 Business Public Administration 92 Colvert Hall 330 Cambridge Hall 331 Campus Chest 154 Caroline Hall 311 Carroll Hall 314 Catoctin 332 Cecil Hall 333 Central Student Court 151 Centreville Hall North 312 Centreville Hall South 313 Chapel Choir 208 Charles Hall 334 Chemical Engineering 218 Chess Club 225 Chestertow n Holl 335 Chi Epsilon 127 Chinese Club 225 Civil War Club 226 CLA 145 Color Guard 214 Com muters Club 390 Cross Country 266 Cultural Committee 154 Doiry Science Club 277 Deans of Men 85 Deans of Women 84 Debate Club 244 Delta Delta Delta 353 Delta Gamma 354 Delta Mu Alpha 127 Delta Phi Epsilon 355 Delta Sigma Phi 369 Delta Sigma Pi 124 Delta Tou Delta 370 Diadem 122 Diomond I 18 Dorchester Holl 315 Drama Wing 204 Education, College of 95 Engineering, College of 96 Eta Kappa Nu 128 Ethos 166 Executive Staff 83 Expression 192 Finance Committee 151 Flying Follies 202 Football 250 Footboll Coaches 305 Four-HClub 227 Frederick Holl 336 Free State 229 Freshman Class 156 Freshman Orientation Board 151 Future Farmers 230 Gamma Alpha Chi 128 Gamma Phi Beta 356 Gamma Sigma Sigma 231 Gamma Theto Upsilon 1 29 Garrett Hall 337 Golf 294 Graduate School 104 " Guys Dolls " 194 Gymkana 228 Harford Hall 338 Hillel 167 Home Economics, College of 99 Home Economics Club 231 Home Economics Student Council 232 Howard Hall 339 Institute Aero-Space Society 232 Interfroternity Council 365 Intermurals 298 International Club 233 Islamic Association 167 Junior Class 160 Kalegethos 1 19 Kappa Alpha 371 Kappa Alpha Mu 137 Kappa Alpha Theta 357 Kappa Delta 358 Kappa Kappa Gamma 359 Kappa Koppa Psi 129 Kappa Tau Alpha 130 Kent Hall 340 " King Lear " 372 Lacrosse 291 Lab Theater 204 Lambda Chi Alpha 372 Legislature 150 Lutheran Students 167 M Book 184 MClub 303 Madrigal Singers 209 Marketing Association 234 Marylond Christian Fellowship 168 Maryland Majorettes 214 Maryland ' s Marching Bond 212 Men ' s Glee Club 210 Men ' s League 153 Men ' s League Judicial Court 153 Modern Dance Club 234 Montgomery ABC Hall 316 Montgomery DEFG Hall 317 Mortar Board 112 New Testament Study 166 Nursing Club 235 Old Line Party 235 Omicron Delta Kappa 1 14 Omicron Nu 130 Panhellenic Council 364 Pershing Rifles 143 Phi Alpha Epsilon 132 Phi Alpha Theta 132 Phi Chi Theta 133 Phi Delta Theto 375 Phi Eta Sigma |21 Phi Koppa Phi 116 Phi Koppa Sigmo 374 Phi Koppo Tau 375 Philosophy Club 236 Phi Sigma Delta 376 Phi Sigma Koppo 377 Phi Sigma Sigma 360 Physicol Education, College of 100 Physical Therapy Club 236 Pi Beta Phi 341 Pi Delta Epsilon 131 Pi Koppo Alpho 378 Pi Mu Epsilon 133 Pi Sigma Alpha 138 PiTau Sigma 134 Political Science Club 237 Prince George ' s Hall 341 Psychology Club 238 Publications Board 192 Queen Anne ' s Hall 318 " Romanoff Juliet " 196 Sailing Club 239 Saint Mary ' s Holl 319 Scabbard and Blade 141 Senior Class 162 SGA Cabinet 150 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 370 Sigma Alpha loto 135 Sigma Alpha Mu 380 Sigma Alpha Omicron 135 Sigma Chi 381 Sigma Delta Tou 362 Sigma Kappa 363 Sigma Nu 382 Sigma Phi Epsilon 383 Sigma Pi 384 Sigma Tau Epsilon 136 Sigma Tau Eto 134 Society of Am. Military Eng 240 Soccer 264 Somerset Holl 320 Sophomore Class 158 Sports Cor Club 241 Student Religious Council 165 Swimming 279 Symphonia 239 Talbot Holl 342 Tou Beta Pi 125 Tou Beta Sigma 136 Tau Epsilon Phi 385 Tau Kappa Alpha 131 Tau Kappa Epsilon 386 T D. 3 343 Tennis 296 Terrapin 187 Terrapin Ski Club 242 Terrapin Trail Club 243 Theto Chi 387 Track 274,288 UN Club 244 University College 106 University Orchestra 209 University Theoter 206 Vandenberg Guard 142 Washington Holl 344 Wesley Foundation 165 Who ' s Who 110 Wicomico Hall 321 WMUC 190 Women ' s Chorus 211 Worchester Hall 322 WRA 301 Wrestling 272 Young Democrats 244 Young Republicans 244 Zelo Beta Tou 388 Personal Index A Aaronson, Russell 377 Aboto, James 384 Abbon, Thomas 325,397 Abell, Bill 386 Abell, Joseph M 397 Abell, William F 397 Abell, William R 397 Abelman, Diane 239,348 Abelman, Linda 118,362 Abelson, Chuck 296 Aberman,Myra 355 Abernathy, John E 397 Abrams, Arnold G 397 Abroms, Henrietta 397 Abrams, Sto nley 388 Abramson, Karen 187,348 Acker, Harry 337 Ackermon, Neil 326 Ackman, Joseph 187,325 Aequo, Frank D 397 Adair, James 372 Adams, Donald L 397 Adams, Gary 381 Adams, John T 251 Adams, Ron 251 Adams, William 217 Adkins, George G 121,125,134,368 Adkins, George W 1 10,1 1 4,1 19,1 26 216,227,230,367,397 Adkins, Robert 227,327 Adkins, W 365 Adier, Leonard S 238 Aeming, D 371 Ahalt, Arthur 379 Ahearn, Dale 206,377 Ahmuty, Matthew 326 Aiken, David 342 Aiken, Diane 223 Akin, Erol 233 Akman, Allan 121,376 Albersheim, Michael 326 Albert, Cha rles 324 Albin, James 371 Albrecht, Nancy 359 Albrecht, William 141 Alder, Walton W 397 Aldridge, Hubert G 397 Alessi, Galen 326 Alewine, William 372 Alexander, Lelcnd G 397 Alexander, Patrick 218 Alexander, Ron 251 Algire, Richard 326 Allder, Thomas 377 Allen, Donald C 219,336,397 Allen, Elizabeth 315 Allen, Ethan C 397 Allen, Jean E 349,397 Allen, Norris 397 Allen, Theodore M 397 Allen, Thomas G 397 Allen, William 373 Alligood, Linda 357 Allison, Lou Allen 227,317 Allmon, George T 397 Allmon.Sue 152,350 Alloucherie, Yves 233 Alperstein, Eunice 118,122,360 Althaus, Karen 310 Althoff, Joanne 354 Altman, Raymond 291,388 Altman, Susan 355 Alvez, Deonna 319 Ambur, J 390 Amernick Burton 388 Amodei, Margo 397 Amos, HillelJ 333,397 Anders, Richard 329 Anderson, Barry C 191,324,384 Anderson, Carole 313,351 Anderson, James 381 ,397 Anderson, John S 383 Anderson, Julia 317 Anderson, Mark 337 Anderson, Richard 368 Anding, Fred 370 Andretto, Lynn M 354,397 Andrews, John 333 Andrews, Nancy 314 Angell, Joan 242 Annesley, Ronald 334 Anspacher, Lynne 242 Anstine, David 327 Apostol, Georgia 317 Apostol, JohnC 386,397 Applefeld, Louis 327 Applestein, Corol 397 Arcuri, Rosalie 361 Arford, John 340 Arizzi, Ernie 250 Armacost, Brenda 322 Armour, Marjorie 322 Armstrong, Bonnie 314 Armstrong, Robert H 397 Armstrong, Sharon 322,359 Arnold, Arite 358 Arnold, William 381 Aronou, Dorothy 360 Arrigoni, Roland 251 Arturi, Tony 370 Asche, Walter 34 1 Aschenbrenner, Horold 397 Ashby, Catherine 317 Ashley, Dorothy 208 Ashman, Edith 118,362,398 Askin, Charles 388 Asreal, Aaron 398 Astroth, Frank 374 Ater, Richard 342 Athanas,Joan 315,354 Atkins, Pierce 398 Atkinso n, Diane 319 Atkinson, Norma 321 Ator, Wayne 377 Atteberry, William 398 Aufferis, Jill 361 Augsburger, Russell 324 Augustine, Judith 231 Aulbock, John 208 Aumock, Millard P 326 Aus, Edward R 398 Aus, Robert M 398 Auster, Elaine 311 Austin, SallieL 398 Avery, Guy 369 Avis, Louise 315 Ayers, Bonnie 317 B Baar, John 325 Babb, Richard M 398 Babits, Lawrence E 226 Baboyian, Hrant 141 Bader, J 313 Baer, Richard C 324 Bagelmann, Henry A 398 Bahn, Cindy 355 Bahr, Leonard 221,336 Bailey, Bessie Lee 398 Bailey, Clark A 124,367,398 Bailey, Gordon 227 Bailey, Mary J 319 Bain, April 349 Baines, D. C 142 Bair, Emerson 329 Baird, Ann Marie 398 Boird, Steve 102,103 Baker, Barbara 354 Baker, Judy 353 Baker, Maridell 350 Baker, Nancy 314 Baker, Roymond 342 Baker, Roger A 373,398 Baker, Vaughn H 381 Baldwin, Charles 239,379 Baldwin, Gerry 334 Boldwin, Thomas F 324 Balenger, Richard 372 Ballon, Jeffrey 380 Bollinger, Betty A 398 Bandiere, Dick 339 Bangortz, L 142 Banister, John 325 Bank, Fred 380,398 Banks, Edward 377 Ba nkson, Ross 375 Banner, Murnis 250 Bannett, Diane 313 Banville, Anne 181,359,364 Banz, Joseph 329 Barad,Cary 326 Borbee, Joyce A 133,398 Barbour, Zebulun 386 Bargteil, Michael E 398 Baricley, Valerie 220 Barineau, Pam 398 Borker, Diana 352 Barker, Frank A 398 Barkley, Valerie 319 Barnes, Bonnie 120 Barnes, Bryan 387 Barnes, Dennis 326 Bornes, John 241 Barnes, Maurien 361 Barnes, Shirley 315 Barnes, Wilson 382 Barnett, Joon 362 Barnett, Norman 388 Barone, Solvotore 330 Barr, Brian 334 Barr, George 343 Barr, Steven 336 Barraclough, Donald F 398 Borrash, JoyM 380 Barrett, Bob 141 ,398 Barrett, Moureen 313 Barrow, E 330 Barry, Bob 1 10,1 1 4,1 16,151 239,365,374,398 Barry, Thomas 369 Barsallo, Orland 398 Bortelt, John 142,341 Barter, L 144 Bartholomoy, William 239,374,398 Bartholomew, Gordon 398 Bartleson, Jane 358,398 Bartleson, William 379 Bartley, Jane 154,237,354 Barto, Robert 382,398 Bortol, Karen 133 Bartolec, Thomas 124,294,324 Boruch, Edwin 387 Basil, Ronald 325,399 Bass, Michael 336 Bass, Stanley K 370,399 Bass, Stuart 369 Bossett, Linda 358 Bassett.Vicki 358 Bost, John 326 Bateman, Margaret 356 Bates, Charles 399 Bates, Donald 373,399 Bottoglia, llva 318 Batten, Allan 191 Batten, Dave 239,374 Batten, George 192 Battles, Martha 318 Baucher, Robin 346 Bauer, Beth 359 Bauer, Henry 334 Bauer, Richard 132 Bauersfeld, Poul 329 Bauher, Ann 359 Baum, Morsho 399 Baum, Stuart 388 Baumann, Cynthia 316 Baumgardner, Mary 399 Baumner, Barbara 144,363 Baur,JohnW 126,339,399 Bautro, Susan 320 Bavis, Judith 130,399 Baxter, Diane 234 Baxter, Laura 318,399 Baxter, Mary 352 Bayne, Jerry 182,183,340 Beacham, Bob 319 Beodles, David 373 Beole, Charles 399 Beoles, Janet 182,183,317,352 Beali, Thomas M 399 Bean, Ann 399 Bean, Joan 319 Beon, Robert 372 Bearce, Neil 141,399 Beard, William 137 Beorden, Robert 338 Beordmore, Buddy 291,293 Beattie, James 121,150,153 Beattie, Rosamond 319 Beatfy, Paul 153,224,387 Beaver, Judy 351 Beck, Barbara 346 Beck, James 123,218 Becker, Bernard 399 Becker, Jane 354,399 Beckerman, Carol 362 Beckham, James 338 Beckman, Gerald R 379,399 Bedell, Rodie 220 Bedellski, P 321 Beechner, George 399 Beer, Beverly 399 Beer, Corol Ann 321 Bedford, James 186 Beid, Bernis 263 Beilen.A 329 Beitsch, Lilliam 311 Belaga, Gail 362 Belcher, Richard 370 Belitzo, John 288,289,290 Bell, Edward 343 Bell, Fred 338 Bell, George 324 Bell, Glenn 383 Bell,Jeff 206 Bell, Longford 369 Bell, Patrick 383 Bell, William 125,128,383 Bells, Dow 228 Belt, Norman 332 Bemiller, Sondra 358 Benchoff, Rodney 334 Bender, James H 142 Benedict,Nola 227,231,316 Beneviez, Dennis 326 Benkert, Michael 124,399 Benner, Joseph 340 Bennett, Glynn 333 Bennett, Lorry 385 Bennett, Stephen 1 53,372 Bennett, Walter 124,399 Benney, Wilmo 314 Benorl, Peter 382 Bensel, Carolyn 129,321,399 Benson, Glenn 137 Benson, James 1 19,150,399 Bentz, Or Franklin 91 Bercu, Barry 376 Berenholtz, Carl 334,376 Berger, Barbara 314 Bergeron, Barry 326 Bergeron, Bonita 313 Bergofsky, Henry 338 Berkis, Lynn 360 Berkow, Carolyn 31 5,360 Berkow, Lois 355 Berl, Thomas 342 Berlin, Dennis 380 Berman, Geoffrey 388,399 Berman,Joel 209 Berman, Margie 362 Berman, Ricky 360 Berminghom, Peter 244 Berney, Susan 315 Bernsohn, Jay 324 Bernstein, Carol 355 Bernstein, Florence 314 Bernstein, Jay 388 Bernstein, Joselle 313 Berry, Bobbi 354 Berry, John 326 Bertl,Kerin 311 Best, Pom 133,357 Best,Weldon 342 Besterman, Barbara 362 Besterman, Gail 362 Bethke, Roger 226 Betz, Frederick 371 Seville, Ross 110,114.121,125 134,186,373,399 Bewley, Arthur 244,327 Bewley, George 367 anchi, Marion 316 chell, Elaine 128,231,363,399 ckel, Angela 233 Bigelow, George 243 gelow,Tom 141,241 ggs, Martha 313 Ibrough, Larry 327 ldkin,N 319 II, 1 365 399 154 ler, Shirley . lia,P Ilig, Pot 348 Mings, Julia 92 Billings, Ronald 371 Binch, Bill 365 Biniasz, Albert 370 nker, Carl 340 Binkley, Florence 321,400 osco, Roderick 142 Biven, Ronald 400 xby, Bonnie 347 Bixby, Wallace 370 el, Dobney 357 Block, Ernest 400 Black,F 371 Black, Leroy 326 Blackburn, Margaret 350 Blacksten, Ric 192 Blackwell, Luther 330 Blades, Betsy 311,352 Blahut, Frank 330 Blair, Marge 234,354 Blair, William 326 Blake,James 330,370 Blanar, Evelyn 120 Blond, Bonnie 346 Blond, James 288,373 Blase, Robert 379 Blasier, Vernona 136 Blazek, Frank 337 Bledy, Betty 310 Blevins, Harold 240 Blicher, Charlotte 313 Blitz, Sheila 315 Bloom, Borbaro 318 Bloom, Gilbert 137,400 Bloom, Harriet 348 Bloom, Jerome 333 Bloom, Richard L 326,385 Bloomer, Donald 400 Bloomgorden, Barclay 400 Blum, Barry 325 Blum, Richard 366 Blumberg, Morion 380,400 Blumberg, Normon 123,400 Blumenthol, Marti 348 Blunt, Samuel 368 BIythe, Shelby 329 Board, Michael 1 10,1 14,1 29,1 41,214 240,324,400 Bochlet, Charles 400 Bode, Borbaro 400 Bode, Janet 354,375 Bode, Thomos 330 Bogash, Martin 124,341 Bogle, Emory 132 Bohar,Jim 368 Boice, Allie Lee 359,400 Boileau, Robert 338 Boinis, John 250 Bolen, Philip 132,400 Boiler, John 327 Boiler, Ronald 129 Bomiller, Sandra 314 Bonos, Robert 325 Bond, Cassandra 350 Bond, David 137,400 Bond, Steven 376 Bond, Thomas 373 Bondareff, Bette 362 Bonnett, Frederic 385 Boone, Edward 129 Boorom, Betty 228 Boose, Sandra 321,363 Booth, Andrew 369 Borchelt, Ben 400 Bordelon, Derrill 133 Born, Barbara 312 Boror, Jerome 381,400 Borreson, B.James 91,192 Bortnick, R 390 Borzilleri, Thomas 372 Bosley, Rhody 191 Bossert, Samuel 368 Boswell, Leonard 325 Boswell, Benjamin 400 Botkin, Marsh all 390 Bottcher, Christel 233 Bonner, Mary Theresa 227,231,316,400 Boucher, Carol R 312 Boucker, Peter 333,373 Bouldm, Billy 400 Bounds, Alan 342 Bounds, Wilson R 377 Bourdon, Ernest R 332 Bourget, Nell 135,208 Bovelsky, Bernard 400 Bovis, Judy 354 Bowen, D 291 Bowen, Paul 114,141,368,400 Bowen, Samuels 339 Bower, Marilyn 313 Bowers, Charles 340 Bowers, David H 381 Bowers, WilliomW 333 Bowie, Richard M 286,386 Bowmon, Betsy 220,363 Bowman, Broadus 336 Bowman, Carroll 336 Bowman, Jeffrey 208 Bowman, Thomas 367 Boyd, Collin 132 Boyd, Daniel 218 Boyd,Ursel 132 Boyd, Walter 208,338 Boyer, Nancy 231,400 Boyer.S 150 Boyer, Theodore C 143,325 Boyle, Richard 384 Boyle, Shoron 31 0,347 Bozman, Morris 330 Bozof, Barbara 313 Bradley, Barbara 354 Bradley, James 337,400 Bradley, Sydney 343 Bradshow, Richard 400 Brady, Carey 386,400 Brady, Edward 401 Brady, Sharon 318 Bragaw, Robert A 141 Broger, Elliott 340 Broithwaite, Anne 243 Brand, Stephen 244,245,326 Brondon, Ronald 217 Bra shears, Sidney 401 Brass, Leslie 220,236,310 Bratfish,Carl E 401 Broun, G 351 Braund, Roberta 318 Breakall, Phyllis 401 Brecker, Jay 385 Bree, Carol 318 Breen, Patricia 401 Bregman, Rochelle 314 Brener, Elaine 348 Brenneman, David 332 Brenner, Barbara 318 Brenner, Charles 366 Brent, D 291 Brewer, Scott 340,373 Brickell, Stephen 380 Bricken, Barry 388 Bridgers, Furman 93 Briele, usan A 318 Brierley, Harold 379 Briggs, Penny 359 Bright, Jeon 401 Brilhort, Judith 314 Brill, Celia E 128,401 Brill, June 352 Brill, Susan 362 Brinton, George 343 Brisker, Lisa 401 Bristow, Ryland 379 Britt, Bonnie 235,314,357 Brittinghom, Ernest 324 Brittinghom, Sylvia 361 Broadhurst, Ray 359 Broadrup, Robert E 401 Brockman, Frederick 370 Brocksmith, Judy 361 Brodsky, Arnold 366 Broee, Sharon 211 Brogh, Arlene 211 Brohawn, Philip 373 Bronstein, Mark 376 Brooke, Betty 317 Brooks, Bonnie 354 Brooks, Edward 373 Brooks, Michael 376 Brooks, Peggy 31 1 Brotherton, Peggy 239,358 Brown, Brenda 348 Brown, Carl 379 Brown, Carolyn 144,214,228 Brown, Charles 324 Brown, Donald 286,287,386 Brown, Frederick 380 Brown, Geraldine H 401 Brown, Herbert 94 Brown, J 329 Brown, James E 333 Brown, Jo Ann 313,356 Brown, John M 208,332,401 Brown, Laverne 358,401 Brown, Nancy 237,401 Brown, Robert 401 Brown, Ronald L 368,401 Brown, Sandy Jo 150,346 Brown, Stanley 373 Brown, Tom H 250,287,286,379 Brown, Tom W 153,370 Browning,J 182,183,333 Browning, Perry 401 Brsenick, Dale 314 Brubaker, Franklin 326 Bruce, Sharon 321 Bruffey, Evelyn E 316 Brumbaugh, Tisha 363 Brusack, Judith 318 Brush, Claudia 130,231,232,357,401 Bryant, Alice 206,353,401 Bryant, Harold 337 Bryont, James 370 Bryant, Norvell 200 Bryk, Joseph 124,329 Bubeck, Ellen 401 Buchonan, Susan 401 Bucher, Rose M 401 Buchman, Debby 355 Buchner,J 144 Buchta, Frederick W 143 Buck, Carolyn A 311 Buck, Elaine M 310 Buck, George H 377 BuckeUudith 227,401 Buckel, Ralph 227 Buckingham, Jean 357 Buckler, Donald W 374 Buckley, Donna 227 Buckner, Judy 347 Buckner, Stephen L 333 Budd, Robert W 124,401 Budnick, Fronk 324 Budoff, Morilynn 321 Buffum, Charles 401 Bugyi, George 384 Bukzin, Mitchell 366 Bull, James P 372 Bull, Lawrence 401 Bullivant, Kenneth 329,384 Bullock, Ernest 386 Bundy, Judy 239,358 Bunyan, John 387 Buppert, Stuort 374 Burbul, Edward 401 Burch, Lawrence R 142 Burd, Laurence 371 Burdette, Courtney 401 Buren, Ronald 366,401 Burgan, Walter 387 Burger, John L 330,402 Burger, Judith A 321,402 Burgess, Dennis 326 Burke, Alfred J 402 Burke, George 402 Burke, Richard 121 Burke, Sheila 182,183,316,133 Burkett, Jere D 327 Burkhalter, Joseph 402 Burkhardt, Daniel 381 Burkhardt, George 219 Burkholder, Gary 379 Burley, Robert G 379 Burkman, William 324 Burkom, Joseph M 385 Burmon, Frederic 132,388,402 Burn, Lester 343 Burnett, Barbara 357 Burnette, Luther 402 Burnickos, Alfred 402 Burns, Hugh 338,402 Burns, Jim 228 Burr, Edgar 219,402 Burton, Bob 250 Burton, Edward L 326 Buscher, Leo 402 Buschmon, Richard F 124,324 Butcher, William 324,383,402 Butler, Dennett 341 Butler, Mary A 311 Butsko, Horry 262 Bwereky, E 313 Byers, William A 313 Byrd, Carol C 346,402 Byrd, John W 402 c Cahill,J 141 Colangelo, Julie 352 Colder, Kathleen R 319 Colder, Lucy 354,402 Calderwood, Ann 357 Caldwell, William M 326 Colitis, Dognido 211 Colitis, Juris 116,?J0,402 Call, Clair R 402 Calloghan, Jerry T 402 Calloghen, Patricia W 310,351 Callaway, Carolyn R 320 Calloway, Nino 321 Cologero, Robert 143 Co ma rote, Charles 402 Comenzind, DiDi 354 Cameron, William F 402 Camhy,Marsha 402 Compo, Delphine 349 Campbell, Jane E 312,346 Campbell, John R 142,219 Campbell, John V 341 Campbell, Judith M 402 Campbell, Terry 339 Camps, Jo 349 Canby,Marilyn 359 Congelosi, Robert 381 Cannon, Mary J 402 Cannon, Wayne 228 C a pi zzi, Anthony M 333 Ccplan, Ellis S 326 Caplan, Harriet M 310 Caplon, Michael 333,380 Cople, A 286 Coponiti Jr.,John 402 Coponiti, Marguorite 352 Co pony, Suson 346 Copron, Donald L 384,402 Corabello, Frank B 381 Corbough, Donauon 114,218,402 Cordorello, Joseph J 326 Cordin, Howard L 388 Corey, Joan 363 Corhort, Mary 347,364,402 Carico, Robert B 403 Carl, James 208 Carlin,Carol A 313 Carlin,S 291 Carlisle, George 377 Carlock, Carol 321 Carlock, Zonda L 310 Carlson, Brent W 379 Carney, Robert 381,403 Coppenter, Sandra H 403 Carpenter, Ellen 358 Carpin, DavidJ 377 Carr, Patterson 403 Corr, Paul D 403 Carr, Robert 218 Corrett, Dawes 367 Carrick, Jacqueline 1 12,244,310,403 Corrodus, Noncv 353 Carroll, Horry C. 326 Carroll, LeRoyW 336,403 Carroll, Mrs 385 Carroll, Richord 137,383 Carswell, Alexander 330 Corter, Potricia 349,403 Cory, Thomos 210 Coscio, George T 333 Case, Docy 3 11 ,353 Case, George 206 Case, Paul 130,281 Case, Richord 94 Cose, William N 403 Coshcn, Sandra 144,363 Casper, Pauline J 315 Cassell, Harold AA 340 Cossidy, Jane A 321 Costine, Lowronce 238,403 Costnlli, John R 336 Cothell, Edward K 123,326 Colo, Joanno 353 Cotterton, Kenneth 387 Caulk, Martin E 370 Causey, Shirley A 3 11 Cavalloro, John C 330 Covonaugh, Patrick 337 Covin, Lindo 112,118,132,136,357 Coyelli, Daniel M 383 Ceccarelli, Ronald 128,217,403 Cecchini 129,403 CecchinI, Maurice J 326 Cecil, Alfred W 403 Cemniinello,Jim 251 Cermak, Kenneth 374 Choit, Philip 1 385 Cholfont, Kathleen M 390 Chalmers, James 371 Chalmers, William 322 Chamberlin,Anne 322 Chamberlin, Rosalie 403 Chambers, Diana 347 Chambers, Lucy D 403 Chomness, Lindo L 313,351 Chompion, Daniel 217,379,403 Chon, Yu Woh 218,225 Chondonnet, John R 382 Choney, Carolyn 357 Chong,Chen Poo 403 Chong, Franklin 126,223 Chonnell, Donna S 310 Clark, William 150,372 Clarke, Dorothy 135 Clorke, James M 343 Clarke, Lindo 208,313 Clorkson Jr., Pauls 404 Clarkson, Steve 210,223 Clay, Lillian H 404 Clay, Richard 386 Clayton, Helen 318 Clayton, Pom 110,112,354,404 Cleaver, Joe M 404 Clement, John 387 Cleminson, Jock 251 Clemmitt, Paul 373 demons, Calvin 382 demons, Oliver W 404 demons, Thomas 208,324,377 demson,CI«ude 343 Clifton, Fronk R 134,219,404 Clifton, Nancy 220 dingan,Bod 326 Clingan.Joon 321 Clingon, Robert 368 Clingon, Wayne 324,378 Cloghan, C 150 Clough,John 374 Clow, Jon 337,404 Clow, Richord 337,377 Clutter, Bill G 339 Coody.JoAnne 321 Cober, Donald 217,342 Cobey, Betty I 87,253 Cobey,Julia 111,112,132,154 353,404 Cochran, Alice 144,354,404 Cochran, Claire 356,404 Cockey, Frances L 315 Codd, Patricia 321 Coddinglon, Ellen P 311,357 Coder.Dovid 115,121,125,134 151.219.377,404 Coffee, Louis 281,376 Coffin, John L 404 Coffman, Pat 235 Cohn, Stanley 327 Cohan, Porviz 337 Cohen, Arthur 404 Cohen, Carol 362 Cohen, Donald W 404 Cohen, Edward 334 Cohen, Elliot 366 Cohen, Fred 241,404 Cohen, Morcio 348 Cohen, Oro R 404 Cohen, Paulo 360 Cohn, Sue 348 Coile, West 240 Colovito, Frank 288,289 Colb, Nonci 504 Colby, Elsbeth 361 Cole, Cynthia 357 Cole, Harry 142,326,381 Cole, Hugh F 334 Cole, James 370 Cole, Robert C 379 Coleman, Ann 356 Coleman, Carol 322,353 Coleman, Virginia A 404 Colhoon,John 137,182,183 Collier, Barry 388 Collins, Gory 275 Collins, Terry 325 Collison, Dorothy 245,310,351 Columno, Alicia 311 Colvin, Lynne 192,310 Combs, Joseph 372 Comeou, Bernard J 386 Comstock, John 383 Cone.Corin 354,404 Conklin, Herbert E 344 Conklin, Thomos 125,128,344,404 Conlley,M 373 Connaughton, Kay 363 Connell, William 330,387 Connelly, Carol 358 Connelly, Charles 324 Connelly, William 404 Connor, Carolyn 208,356 Connor, George 404 Connors, Borboro 352 Constinett, Patrick 127 Contreros, Sollie 233 Conway, Daniel 373,404 Conway, Lawrence C 384 Cook, Frank 372 Cook,G 342 Cook, Linda 359,404 Cook, Peter A 404 Cook, Prof. Allan 234 Cookson, Judith 320 Cooney, John 336 Cooney, Thomas 337 Cooper, Bernard F 405 Cooper, Bill 192 Cooper, Elaine - 405 Cooper, Joseph D 405 Cooper, Keith 371 Cooper, MaryAnn 361 Cooper, Phyllis 228,320 Cooper, Rebecca 321,353 Cooper, William 234,405 Coorge, P 314 Copelond, Jay 376 Coppock, Mary 144,359 Corbin, Beverly 356 Corbin, Bruce R 405 Corbin, Dick 262 Corbin, Todd 381 Corddry, Riley S 381 Corkron, Nancy 356 Cormeny, Alvin 91 Corn, Sandra 322,359 Cornblott, Theodore 336 Corso, Lee 25 1 Costello, James 344 Coslello, John 343 Cosiic, Michael 372 Cote, Arthur 332 Cotes, Patricio 314 Cotton, John I43 Couchmon, Charles 141 Couey, Cynthia 310,353 Coughenour, Clyde 405 Cougnet, John 343 Coulby, Lawrence 344 Coultos, Bruce 379 Councilman, Lauretta 405 Counihan, Robert 341 Coven, Sander 234,380 Cowgill, Shirley 405 Cowne, Charles 333 Cowne,John 217 Cox, Archibald 34,35 Cox, Donald 381 Cox, Morrow 239,350 Cox, Myron E 405 Cox, William 381 Cox Jr., William F 141,405 Cox, William L 405 Coxon, Kenneth 383 Coyle, Kotherine 310 Crobb, John 329 Crobbs, Robert 330 Croft, Richard 330 Craig, Sharon 314 Croin, Ann 353 Cromer, Janet 315.360 Crommatle, Ede 231,239,354,405 Crondell, Gwen 312 Crone, Thomas 405 Crovaritis, G eroldine 128,405 Craven, Fred 210 Crawford, William C 294,373 Creamer, Chorlotteo 128,405 Cristofone, Susie 349 Crocker, Virginio 132,234,405 Crockett, Donold 330 Crodin, Fronk 294 Croft, Charles 336 Croghon, Casey 235,358 Crohhordt, David 236,405 Cronyn,Willord 128 Crook, Jim 324,369 Crook, Lu A 405 Crooks, Charles 217 Crosby, Albert B 405 Crosby, Douglas 324 Cross, Herbert 344,405 Cross, Robert G 405 Cross, Wendy 350 Crossley, Suzie 354,405 Crouse, George 286,330 Crouse, Robert L 210,227,330 Crowe, Pat 350 Crowell, Alfred 137,192 Croyle, Horry P 142 Cullison, James 330 Cullum,John 387 Cummings, Chorles 381 Cummings, Robert H 291,386,404 Cummins, Donna 351 Cump, Gerald 333 Cunningham, Marjorie 350 Cunningham, Nancy 356 Cutlett, L 337 Cuzo, Luis 370 Cysyk, Richord L 324 445 Dobrows ki, Charles 324 Dadmun.JohnP 332 Dahl, Richard 333 Dahlin, Kenneth 405,115,240 Dail, Howard 338 Daley, George W 343 Dalinsky, Susan 405 Dallmon, Jerry 208 Dalton, CarIA 142 Damron, Calvin 329 Damuth, Millicent 144 Dando, Blaine 374 DandcGory 239 Daniel, Mory 211,312 Daniels, Kay 150,241 Donsie, William G 334 Darby, Charles 150 Darden, Dove 224 Darhanson, Margie 348 Dorrow, Stewart 210,379 Darwin, Robert 125 Dasher, Elizabeth A 405 Dashiell, Earl 370 Dauberman, Marshall R 333 Dougherty, Margaret 351 Daumont, Al 222 Davenport, Barbara 359 Davens, Gregor 329 Dovid, Bob 388 David, John 125,128 Davidson, Deedee 134 Davidson, Hugh 125,127 Davidson, James 379 Dovidson, Louise 311 Davies, Ernest 137 Davies, Paula 316 Davis, Carol 322 Davis, Charles Q 405 Davis, Donald C 235,387 Davis, Donald T 367 Davis, Ernest P 405 Davis, Frank 371 Davis,J 152 Davis.Joan 118,359,405 Davis, Kay 320 Davis, Martin A 406 Davis, Mary 21 1 Dovis, Michael V 329 Davis, Nancy J 349,390,406 Davis, Potricio A 406 Davis, Paul 373 Davis, R 326 Davis, Ross 379 Dnvis, Stephen B 366 Dawson, H 286 Dawson, Leah 235,361 Day,Alvin 219,240,406 Day, Mary 390 De Amico, Pot 1 30,346,406 Dean, Don 228 Dean, George 343 Dean, Robert 327 Dearholt, Catherine 31 1 Debulius, Warren 343,406 Debott, Roy 406 Debuskey, Charlotte 312 De Comoro, Philip 216,137,406 De Carlo, Guy 406 Decic, Pat 220 Decker, Arleen 406 Decker, Hoyte 325,379 Decker, Karen 211,310,362 Decroes, Stephen D 377 Dee, Brian C 143 Deems, D 291 Deeney, Judy 352 Defobio, A 390 Defelice, Charles 135,368,406 Deffinbaugh, Robert 406 DeGaston, Jean C 310 Deghetto, Suzann 315 DeGraw, Marshall S 383 DeHart,Joline 208,361 Deidrick, Craig 343,372 Deitemeier, Edward 406 Deitz,JohnB 151 DeKanter, Cornelio 377 DeLanoy, Diana 150,361,406 Delavigne, Dorsey 382 Delgodo, Motilde 233 Delmar, Copt. R 141 Deltatto, David 123,218 Demos, William 372 Denenberg, Robert 388 Denney, David 406 Denning, John 344 Dennis, Lorry H 374 Denny, Walter 330 Denson, Lawrence 381 Dent, G 144 Deppa, Bruce 330 Derby,Janice 236 Derr,John 153 DeSontis, Laurence 406 DeSimon, Suzanne 359 DeTlef, D 387 Detwiler, Rob 368 DeVone, Rufus 379 DeVoss, R 143 DeVermond, Mory 208 Devey, Dole 234 Devin, Diane 358 DeVito.JoAnn 208,235,310 Devlin, Mary 128,130,406 DeVries, Charles 326 Dew, John 387 Dewey, George 191 Dewey, Kathie 192 akoulas, Chrysanthe 406 amond, David 388 amond, Rita 244,315 bbern, Peter 336 Bella, Geoffrey 406 ck, George 21 8,406 cker, A 318 ckinson, Barbara 406 ckinson, Charlie 123 ckmon. Gay 313 ebold, Raymond 216,217,227,367,406 ener, Ira H 385 ering, Patricio 321 etrich, Diane 315,406 etrich, Florence 406 Francis,- Donna 361 llinger,JamesJ 192,221 lion, M 333 llon,T 369 nkel, Dennis 329 nkle, Emily 208 nsmore, Billy 338 Pietro, Anthony 386 Pietro, Joseph 327 ppold, Margaret 231,406 rk, Stephen 210 s ho roon, Robert 371 sney, Kothy 354 the, Chester 251 ittmar,Joy 234,319 xon, Alexander 341 Dobbs, Douglas 125,128,288 Dobosh, Denis 373 Dobres, Sheldon 376,406 Dobson, Chester 406 Dochter, Ronald 150,324 Dodds, Matthew 288 Doddy, H 325 Doebler, Eugene 337 Doeller, David L 142,326,381 Doetsch, R. N 192 Dolecek, Gayle 326 Dolecek.Quentin 330 Dombrowski, Charles 372 Domich, Harold J 379 Donotiu, Joseph 368 DonBullion, Ron 381 Donegan, Dennis 382 Donhorl, Dennis 342 Donn, George 407 Donnelly, Joseph 407 Do no hue, Terrence 334 Donovan, Joon 321 Dormon,Ann 208,311,407 Dorn, Abby 221 Dorn, Charles 371 Dorn,Koren 211,310 Dorn, William 334 Dorsey, Mike 234,379 Dougherty, Edward 379 Dougherty, Koy 354 Dougherty, Richard 121,126,227,367 Douglas, Edwin 381 Douglas, Jean 321 Douney, Lee 230 Dove, Linda 313 Dove, Thomas 208 Dovell,Bill 251 Dow, David 329 Dow, Owen 332 Dowden, Charles 324 Dowell, Mary Lynn 208 Dowel!, James F 407 Dowgiollo, Helen 319 Downes, Bruce 368 Downey, Frank 230 Downey, Richard 337 Downs, Elaine 174,150,359 Downs, Jeanne 231 Doyle, Howord 251 Doyle, Jack 367 Doyle, Sarah M 407 Doyler, B.Q 143 Drager,JohnA 121 Dross, Patrick 407 Druex, Pearl M 310 Drevenok, Donna 407 Drissel,John 407 Droneburg, Donald 334 Drozd, Richard 343 Drumm, Borboro 310 Dryden, Robert 228,367 Drymolo, Joseph 324 Dubnoff, Stephen 385 DuBuque, Michael 375 Duckett, Warren 111,115,119,150 368,407 Duffey,Jerry 377 Dugent, Paul 339 Duggon, Diane 361 Duggon, Poddy 361 Dunbar, John 383 Duncan, Corville 329 Dung, HuynhThi Kieu 233 Dunham, Lawrence 325 Dunkin, Koren 111,112,118,136 151,152,407,349 Dunn, Carolyn 315 Dunn, Dorothy 354 Dunn, Jeffrey 245 Dunn, John 141 Dunn, Michael 116,137,216,407 Dunn, Pot 354 Dunn, Wade 244 Dunnigon, Gerald 125,128,334,407 Dunson, William 344 Durigg, Walter 123,291 Durivoge, Edward 324 Durkin, Thomas P 407 DuVol, Linda 144,318,351 Duvoli, William 382 Dvoskin, Philip 407 Dwiggins, Paul 390 Dworkin, Edwin 333,380 Dworkowski, Robert 338 Dykes, Herman 336 Dyson, William 337 E Eackles, Charles 31 6,407 Eagen. Robert 407 Earle, Mrs. Roberto 377 Eorly, Anthony 343 Early, Potricia 315 Earon, R 373 Eorp, Sharon 318,356 Easley, David 324 Easmonn, Ronald 330,383 East, Edward 407 Eaton, Sallie 133,357 Eavey, John 382 Eberly, Mark 341 Ebrile, John W 371,407 Eccles, JomesA 111,407 Eckles, Kenneth 334 Eckles, Phillip 134 Eckert, Henry 407 Eckhardt, Carolyn 222 Edieman, Peggy 235,316 Edelson, Chorles 137,216 Edgar, Richard 152,154,407 Edgerton, Frank 373 Ediavitch, Ronald 376 Ediavitch, Stanley 133,324,407 Ediund, Borbara 407 Edmunds, Noncy 315 Edson, Robert 286 Edwards, J 320 Edwards, Jane 310 Edwards, Linda 347 Edwards, Mary A 130,407 Edwards, Monte R 229,318 Edwards, Richard 339,383 Edwards, William 386 Edzwald, James 386 Ehlers, Edward 407 Ehlert, Robin 407 Ehrmantrout, Corol 354 Eierman, Frederick 326 Eigenbrot, Richard 143 Einhorn, Frances 315 Eisenburg, Alan 376 Eisenburg, Roy 223 Eisenburg, Sue 235,390 Eisenburg, Terry 330 Eisman, Barbara 360 Ekin,Judy 220 Ekmon, Karen 351 Elder, George 386 Eldridge,J 210,329 Elkins, Pres 295 Eliades, Stephen 386 Ellenson, Donna 182,183 Ellinger, Dorothy 318 Elliott, Linda 312 Elliott, Virginia 320 Ellis, Charlene 234 Ellis, Edword 124,137,407 Ellis, Frederick 116,407 Ellis, Joan 408 Emerson,J 332 Emery, Cloyton 330 Emsellem, Frances 364 Enders.Mortin K 141,143,324 Endlich, Diane 357 Engel, Ethel 408 Engel, Paul 370 Engel, Rita 360 Engelman, Sandra 314 Engerman, Merry 320 Engle, Howard 408 Engles, Robert 324 Enright, William 373 Ensellem, Irene 362 Ensellem, Joyce 362 Ensor, Benson 329 Eppes, John 369 Eppicly, Linda 408 Eppley, Geary 93 Epps,Jo 314 Epstein, Joe 380 Epstein, Marsho 408 Epstein, Philip 385 Epstein, Robert 376 Ercole, Henry 386 Erickson, James 1 25, 1 27,408 Eriy, Maurice 336,408 Ernst, Betty 321 Ernst, Vera Moe 122,150,227,231,317 Ertel, Peter 332 Eskow, Robert 121,333 Eslinger, Richard L 408 Essig, Linda 152,356 Etchells, Carol 358 Etienne, Terry 187,359 Etridge,Allan 332 Ettlin, Jerome L 408 Ettner, B 320 Etzler, Thomas 132,368,408 Euker, Diane 317 Eurich, JohnH 338,141,142 Euzent,Lee 191 Evans, Ann 321 Evans, Annette 141,322 Evans, Jef fry 239,374 Evans, John 324,387 Evans, Lee 324,381 Evans, Lynne 128 Evans, Robert 326 Evans, Robert 341 Evans, Sue 1 44,354 Evatt, Henry 408 Evenchick, Eleanor 133,312 Everett, Herbert 340 Eversman, Diane 316 Evirs, Dick 336 Ewell.Gillem 390 Ewing, Bill 370 Exposito, Lorenzo 408 Ezrine, Alan 388 Ezrine, Edwin 376 Ezzo, Flearette 233,349 F Faber,John 192,293 Faber, Leo R 377 Fabres, Kathy 346 Fagan, Lewis F 324,378 Fairman, Harold 371 Falin, Franchio 360 Fallon, Gail 352 Fang, David 217,225,228,233,324 Fangmeyer, Sally F 322 Faniola, John N 344 Faris, David B 219,408 Farnandis, William W 330,370 Farr, James 377 Farrell, Richard M. 368 Farris,J.C 151 Farris, Marcie 228 Faulstitch, Joan 322,352 Foustmon, Paul E 338 Fautashi, Tom 250 Favier, Judith 144,187 Fechter, Edi 128 Fedder, Kennard S 376 Feder, Carol B 310,355 Federici, James 296 Feelemyer, Arthur N 334 Feiken, Froncia 408 Feinberg, Richard 343 Feit, Alv(n 325 Fe|far, MaryE 128,408 Feland, Sally 352 Feldman, Glorio 32 1 Feldman, HorrisJ 380 Feldman, Irving 1 385 Feldman, Linda 408 Feldman, Richard A 376 Feldstein, Claire 348,408 Feldstein, James M 388 Felter, Undo 214 Fender, Herschel S 338 Fenimore, Polricio 313,351 Fennel, John W 379 Fenner, Judith A 120,316 Fenton, John 239,374 Ferrante, Joe 251 Ferrari, Silvia 233 Ferroris, Valentine 387 Ferreira, Abelardo 408 Ferris, Faith A 314 Fertick, Sheila 355 Fessenden, Mary C 322 Feustler, Joseph 338 ockos, George P 369 akis,Gus 251 eld, Michael 1 326 elding, Daniel E 372 eser, John B 375 ller,Marilyn 353 ne, Norman E 344 ne, Stuart L 408 ngodo, Philip C 332 ngerhut. Bertha 133 nkel, David 408 nkelstein, Doris 224 nkelstein, Marlenc 150,348 nkelstein, Paul 388 nn, Bonnie 318 nn, Joan 234,214 nnin, Michael J 153 ordoliso, Gloria L 319 rester, Harvey 343 restone. Ken 137 scher, Beverly 320 scher, Richard B 333 scher, Walter 137 Fish, Gerri 360 Fisher,Ann 357 Fisher, B 332 sher, Charles A 376 sher, David 324,386,408 sher, Geary 408 her, Nancy D 317 sher, Patricia M 408 r,Rita 236 sher, Stanford 330 shmon, Barry S 137,408 fch, Mary K 408 tch, Sandra 120,358 tz, Eileen 356,408 tzell, Carol 358 tzgerald, Gabrielle 322 tzpatrick, Marjorie 350 Flanigan, Robert L 330 Flautt, Gilmore R 372 Flax, Richard L 388,408 Flax, Roger E 385 Flax, Susan 362 Fleischer, Corl 330 Fleischman, Sue 360 Fleischmann, David J 388 Fleming, Ray 241,379 Flesher, Jane 353 Fleshmon, Allen D 337 Fletcher, Joyce 220,314 Fletcher, Merle 408 Fletcher, Owen L 141,337 Fletcher, William 111,115,409 Flichman, Howard J 337 Flick, James 137,409 Floam, Steve 182,183 Flom, Linda 348 Flood, Ellen 361 Flook, Billy G 329 Flook, Sylvia J 315 Florence, Gory F 387 Flory, Chorles M 341 Flowers, Mary A 1 52,3 1 6 Floyd, Robert 409 Flufschak, D 311 Flynn, Donald 219,337 Fobes, Malcom 370 Folstein, Marshal 409 Folstein, Michael 129 Foltz, Linda 120 Foly.Jim 377 Fong, HoeB 225,234 Ford, Charles 206 Ford,John 322 Ford, Richard D 128,409 Ford, Wilbur L 324 Foreman, Joel E 385 Foreshow, Bridgette 228,354 Forester, Robert 390 Formon, EorlL 339 Forman, Gail 313,358 Forn-anek, Sidney J 330 Fornil, Ernest 330 Forsht, Donald 143 Forster, Joseph S 1 54,385 Foskett, James 288,370,137,409 Foskey, Ronald 377 Foster, Alice 349 Foulis, Sandy 357,409 Fowler, James E 130,287,409 Fowler, Joan R 314,409 Fowler, John 121 Fowler, Judy 314 Fowler, Lorraine 200 Fowlkes, Robert 206,409 Fox, Bernard 344 Fox, Chester 327,409 Fox, Dick 370 Fox,Jim 243 Fox, Roger 388,409 FoxwelUohn 142 Frobizzio, Frank J 343 Fradkin, David 376 Fraley, Frieda S 182,183,316 Franceschini, Dino 409 Franch, Phyllis 362 Frank, Joan 409 Fronkenberg, Helen 409 Fronyo, Donald S 373 Fratino, James 409 Fratta, Doris 144,363 Frattoroli, Joe 251 Frozier, Linda 356 Frozier, R. A 121 Frazier, William B 379 Freos, Paul 409 Fredo, Ernest 409 Frederick, Robert L 333 Frederick, Rodney 375 Freedman, Mike 191 Freeland, Charles 124,365,385,409 Freeman, John 228 Friedman, Paul 376 Freidson, Allan 388,409 Freno,Moria 349 Frese, Randolph 333,409 Freund, RobertJ 325,381 Frew, Donna 322 Frey, Ralph W 324 Fribush, Patricia L 316 Frick, George 409 Friedel, Michael P 334,409 Friedenberg, Marvin 376 Friedman, Emile 355 Friedman, Howard 385 Friedman, Louis F 333 Friedman, Natalie B 310 Friedman, Richord W 138,409 Friedman, Ronald 142 Friedman, Shelly 250 Friedman, Sue 348 Frieman, Barry 388 Fritz, Susan L 312 Fry, Bill 251,409 Fuca, Joseph E 333 Fucetola, Rocco 387 Fuchs, Donna 357 Fuller, Barry C 388 Fuller, Linda 312,346 Fullerton, Thomas 409 Fund, Barbara 409 Funk, MelvinG 334 Funk, Roberta 220,316 Furman, Adella 353 Furman.Mike 239 G Gabis,Jean 182,183 Gobis, John 319 Ga bo r, Anne Marie 321 Gabriel, Donald A 409 Gaidis, Henry 410 Galbraith,Mrs 379 Gale, Fred 365,374,410 Gale, Robert 373 Gallie, Donald 410 Gallo woy, Billy 410 Gamble, Joan 352 Ganjon, Frederick 329 Gant, Sue 231,232,359,410 Gordosik, John K 142 Garner, Peggy 390 Gornett, Nancy 310 Garnoz, Leslie 360 Gorpstos, Theresa 310 Garrett, Dawes 126,210,410 Garrett, Ferris 208,209,387 Garrett, Lynne 363 Gostley, Harry 327 Gatchell, Helen 356 Gates, Sally C 321,410 Gatlin, Rhonda 318 Gatts, Thomas F 125,128,217 Gauch, Sue 356 Gawryluk, Igor 410 Gebert,Carol 187,321 Gefter Malcolm 376 Geis, Charles 324 Geiswinkler, J.F 410 Gelberg, Phyllis K 410 Gellman, Irwin F 153,365,385 Gemberling, Harry 368 Gemmill, John 381,410 Gempp, Leonard 381 Gentile, Gail 234,346 George, Edward 330 George, Leon 387 Gerathewhol, Grata 352 Gerber, Bruce 385,410 Gerdom, Ralph 325 Gerhard, Paul A 121,242,243 German, Ann 357,310 Gershen, Michael 385 Gershon, Mark 366 Gerster, Maria 354 Getz, Jeff ry 410 Getz, Richard 332 Geyer, Robert 372 Ghadir, Yousef 326 Ghrist, Marilyn 21 1 Gioime, Mary Ellen 187 Gibbas, Donna 136,359 Gibbons, Suzanne 111,112,354,410 Gibbs, Drake 387 Gibbs, Gary 329 Gibson, David 217,344 Gibson, N 330 Gibson, Patricio 226 Gidden, Lucy 132,156 Gietka, Carolyn 133,310 Giganti, Joseph 369 Gig liotti, Dominick 410 Gilbert, Holly 313 Gilbertson, Beverly 410 Gilder, Leslie 313 Gilhooly, Robert 324 Gillis,Alan 380 Gillis, Edward 339 Gilmore, Ed 263 Gimbel, Joseph 380 Gindelsperger, Anne 410 Gingell, Betsy 354 Giordano, Alphonse J 326,370 Girordi, Jim 251 Given, Kothy 315,410 Givner, Lorry 388 Gladsden, Andrew 380 Glodu, Clifford 410 Glaser, Charles 373 Closer, Steve 251 Glasgow, Darcos 362,410 Glass, Gerald 325 Gloss, Richard 330 Glassmon, Bobby 355 Glaze, Bette 208 Gleason, Deidre 347 Gleason, Potty 242 Gleimon, Donald 380 Glenn, Bonnie 320 Glenn, Charles 329 Glenn, John 341 Click, Harold 388 Glickman, David 325 Glickmon, Eileen 310 Glode, Virginia 236,318 Closers, Barbara 322 Gloss, Dononn 1 18,363,410 Glotfelty, Thomas 410 Glover, Wayne 342 Gluck, Edward 325 Gluser, Fran 355 Glushokow, Allen 245 Glushokaw, Ann 225,243,326 Glydo, Dewaine 383 Godwin, William 367 Goettee, Dovid 343 Goetz, Gilbert 380 Goetz, Robert 383 Goffman, Joel 388 Gogyin,Margo 234,359 Coins, Harriet 361,410 Gold, Bruce 111,141,145,150 152,153,410 Goldberg, Betty 355 Goldberg, Feme 310,355 Goldberg, Judy 355 Goldberg, Paula 239,348 Goldbloom, Anita 360 Goldenberg, Tine 152,241,390 Goldfinger, Howare 410 Goldheim, Dale 410 Goldman, Richard 376 Goldman, Stephen 333,380 Goldstein, Gary 388 Goldstein, Harriet 410 Goldstein, Leonard 54,55,327 Goldstein, Mark 325 Goldstein, Neil 371 Gomberg,Alan 332 Gomez, Alberto 121 Gonter, Theodore 341 Goodenough, Phillip 326 Goldforb, Stanley 333 Goldman, Ann 348 Goldstein, Leonard 224 Goldstein, Norman 216 Goodell, Robin 358 Goodenough, Phil 208 Goodhand, Jone 317 Goodhood,J 152 Gooding, Linda 208,318 Goodkind, David S 332 Goodman, David B 124,342,411 Goodman, Ellis 154,385 Goodman, Suson 41 I Goodndge, Betty 354 Goodwin, Lorry 379 Goodwin, Philip 343 Goodwin, W 390 Gordon, Chorles 344 Gordon, Cindy 354,41 1 Gordon, David L 326 Gordon, Stephen 376 Gordon, Suzanne 411 Gordy, Kay 321 Gorley, John 373 Gorhom, Susan 152,154,352,364 Gonup, Fronklin 370 Gorowitz 411 Gorrell, David 383 Gosnell, Lois 231 Gossord, Terry 125,127 Gotthelf, Barry 234,333,41 1 Gottwals, Harry C 126,367,41 1 Gould, Alan V 125,128,334,41 1 Gould, Dovid 376 Gould, Gay 319 Gould, Sara 128,41 I Gould, Tom 191,333 Gounaris, Nicholas 337 Goundry, Frederick 41 1 Grabawski, Carolyn 350,41 1 Grobner, John N 324 Groce, Barbora 320 Groce,Sue 361 Graef, James 332 Graf, Pamela 318 Graff, Dave 241 Graff, John 390 Graham, Leslie 411 Graham, Ray 141,143,324 Grohl, Joyce 313 Grommer, Bruce 137,324 Granot, Larry 111,131,365,376,411 Grand, Paul 411 Grondmoison, C 288 Granger, Bryan 330 Gronofsky, Persis 208 Grant, Lina 118,221,357,411 Grapski, Ladd 386 Graves, D 343 Graves, Edward 344 Graves, John 372 Groves, Stanley 383 Gray, Col 119,150,234,379 Gray,JohnC 336 Groy, John R 390 Gray, Mary Ellen 346 Gray, Phillip 327,382 Gray, Sally 322 Gray, Sarah 21 1,310 Gray, William C 41 1 Grebas, Yvonne 314 Greek, David 330 Green, Judith G 116,135,311,411 Green, Lyndo 411 Green, Robin 411 Greenowolt, Lee 342 Green a way, Sandra 350 Greenboum, Diane 312 Greenbaum, Olivia 360 Greenberg, H 388 Green berg, Jane 315 Greenberg, Terrie 312 Greene, Anthony 41 1 Greene, Richard G 142 Greenslreet, Philip 327 Green wo Id, Jean f 1 1 Greenwold, Susan 118,362,41 1 Greenwood, Terry 126 Greer, Robert 324,365,371 Gregg, David 411 Gregory, Barry 208 Gregory, Joyce 322,354 Gretz, Thomas 379 Grey, Sue 322 Grey,Williom 288,344 Grier, William 411 Griffin, James A 330 Griffin, John J 332,379 Griffin, Thomas 368,41 1 Griffith, Howard 375 Griffith, W 371 Griffiths, Peggy 313 Griffiths, Robert 327 Grimes, Donald 329,381 Grimes, Kay 1 44,208 Grist, Dopper 317 Groner, Dona 41 1 Grose, Andrew P 1 1 1,1 16,140,141,41 1 Groshon, Kenneth 386 Gross, Poul 324 Gross, Stephanie 311 Gross, Steven 327 Grossmen, Bia 315 Grossman, Carlo 311,353 Grossmen, Marilyn 362 Grott,Judy 360 Grove, J. D 240 Grove, Mory Ellen 227,314 Groven, Jean-Pierre 333,41 1 Grubb,Chorles 383 Grubb, Patricio 315,352,411 Gruber, Isobel 362 Grudziecki, Ronald 119,150,412 Grumon, Hazol 412 Gschwondtner, Ronald 325 Guardio, Gary 412 Guckeet,J 326 Guckenburger, Paul 374 Gudelsky, Arlene 362 Guenschel, Helmut 412 Guercio, Michael 330 Guido, Vincent 340 Guidry, Claudia 322,363 Guise, Diane 359 Gluck, Frederick 412 Gulick, Bonnie 349 Gumm,Sue 223 Gump per, Katherine 412 Gundersdorff, Barbara 353,412 Gunter, Benjamin 412 Gurvin, Peter 412 Guss, Moynard 344 Guss, Roberta 360 Gutman, Joseph 412 H Hoock, Shoron 352 Haos,John 234,388 Haas, Richard T 412 Hoase, Nancy 363 Hacker, Robert 412 Hockett, Ronald 388 Hoddoway, John 387 Hodlock, Earl 208 Hogon, Billie 312 Hogemann, William 332 Hohn, Francis William 412 Hahn, Joan 412 Hohn, Robert 369 Haines, Steven 211 Hainos, Gwen 347 Haitas, Demelrios 208,324 Hale, Carol 351 Hole, Jacqueline 358 Hole, Roger 142 Holey.Ann 358 Holey, Edward 383 Hall, Barry 231 Hall, Carolyn 412 Holl, Helen 315 Holl, J. R 143 Holl, Liz 122,131,151,181 235.363 Holl, Reeretho 322 Hallahan, Patricio 412 Halle, Frederick 3B8 Holleti, Bill 371 Hollidoy, Ann 214,412 Hollins, Paulo 360 Halperl, Burton 380 Holsteod, James 116,124,412 Halter, Kenneth 369 Holy, Franklin L 371 Homann, Leoh 231,316,354 Homblin, Robert 412 Hombriek, Ernestine 310 Homer, Thomas 338 Homeroff, Stephen 1 15,412 Homerski, John 210,381 Hamilton, Barbara 318 Hamilton, James 412 Hamilton, Ronald 373 Hamilton, Ricardo 375 Hamilton, Wayne B 230,368 Hammoker, W 333 Hammer, James 383 Hammermon, David 412 Hommett, Denni 357 Hommette, Robert L 412 Hammond, Mory Ellen 208 Hammond, Phyllis 412 Hammond, Susan ! 351 Hancock, Roland 338 Hancock, Woodrow 368 Handler, Norman 225 Handy, Andrew 333 Honey, Michael 412 Honey, Raymond 412 Hankey, Clifford 326 Hankin, Stanley 182,183,412 Honley, Robert 412 Honno, Bill 239,374 Honnawold,Jim 222 Honneman, Linda 133,357,364 Honnigon.John 251 Hans, J 365 Hansen, P 334 Hansen, Patricia 310 Hanson, Eric 343 Honson, James H 413 Hopp, John 340 Harder, Peggy 208 Hordesty, Dovid 383,413 Hordesty, Don 121 Hardin, Louise 353 Hording, Feme 122,187,315,353 Hording, John ; 340 Hordwick, Robert 333 Hardy, Brendo 317 Hordy, Potricio 320 Hore, Michoel 339 Hore, Thomas 340 Horeshope, Robert 126 Harkins, Dorothy 128,322,412 Horksough, Bonnie 358 Horlon, Joseph 374 Horlon, Williom 367 Harlem, Frank 376 Harmotz, Marvin 291,380 Hormeyer, Grayson 324 Horney, Borboro 320 Harper, Bob 324 Horper,Guy 119,365,382 Harper, Patricio 321 Horrell, Ronald 413 Harrington, Potricio 318,361 Harrington, Ron 222 Horris, Carolyn 118,214,253,413 Horris, Dennis K 123,344 Harris, J 384 Harris,JomesC 368,413 Harris, Jean A 311 449 Harris, Jerry W 413 Horris, Kothleen 310 Harris, Marlene 319,413 Harris, Roger 341,368 Horris, Sandra L 319 Harris, Willio-nC 343 Harrison, Arlene 362 Harrison, Arthur 343 Harrison, Beverly 319 Harrison, Eileen 357 Harrison, Joann 315 Harrison, John C 219,221,337 Harrison, John R 413 Harrison, Linda 322 Harrison, Raymond 210,325 Harrymon, Carole 322 Harrymon, T. E 143 Hart, Charles J 365,379,413 Hart, Charles M 373 Hart, Wayne 129 Hartley, Charles 384 Hartmon, James 339 Hortmon, Marian 118,134,356,413 Hortmon, Paula 208,312 Hortman, Susan 314 Hartmann, Edward 327 Hartney, Sheila 154,354 Harvin, Charles 381 Harwood, Sollie 413 Hash, Stanley 334 Haskell, Tom 379 Haspert, Julian K 327 Hass, Merle 348 Hassan, Al 251 Hastings, Roberta 111,118,221,353,413 Hatcher, Christi 200 Hatfield, Ruth 353 Haughey, Sandra 352 Haus, W 333 Hous, Sandra 352 House, Pnscilla 350 House, Wayne 336 Hauser, Valerie 350 Haven, Charles 340 Havriliok, Bartholomews 369 Haw kins, D 327 Hawkins, Robert 334 Hawkins, Thomas D 413 Hawkins, Virginia 321 Hoyden, Charles D 413 Hoyden, Grace 361 Hoyden, Thomas.C 333,413 Hoyes, Charlotte 208,315 Hayes, Dorous 413 Hayes, Frances 322 Hayes, Miss 235 Hayes, Paul 387 Hays, James F 238,243,413 Hays, Rebecca 211,322 Hayes, Samuel 370 Hozelbaker, Janet 353 Hazen, Janet 361 Headridge, Ada 317 Heagerty, Nancy 320 Heagy, John 291 Heoly,Gail 359 Healy, Thomas 343 Hearne, Alice 116,132,318,413 Heorne, Stanley 34 1 Heoton, Thomas N 371 Heavner, Richard A 413 Hecoker, Pete 342 Heck, Dorothy 314 Heck, Ron 239,374 Heckendorf.Jon 210,326 Heer, Roger W 340 Hefler.Lindo 322 Hefley, William T 413 Heft, Owen 360 Heft, Joyce 360 Hegeler, Hartley 373 Heidemon, John 413 Heilpern, Neil 181,182,183,366 Heimberg, MichaelJ 366,413 Heinen, Ken 137 Heinly, Norbert 124 Heinze, Lawrence 371 Heiser, Thomas 371 Heisler, Cynthia 111,118,152,359,413 Heisler, Richard 342 Heister, Nancy L 413 Heitman, Robert 330 Helf rick, Robert 327 Heller, Robert H 240 Hellman, S 144 Helly, Louis 332 Helman, Bernard S 380,413 Helman,Gunnleiv 326,413 Helwig, Willard 413 Hemken, Roger 222 Hemphill, Larry L 414 Henderson, B 341 Henderson, Leslie 320 Henderson, Marcia 118,346,364 Henderson, Paul 327 Henderson, Wayne 218,241,414 Hendley, Mrs 374 Hendricks, Roy 194 Hendrix, Robert 327 Henegar, Harold 390 Heneson, Phyllis 360,414 Henley, Joseph 334,414 Henn, John J 414 Henne, Edward 337 Hennegan, Beverly 358 Henney,Alan 133 Henney, Dagmor 133 Henning, Frederick 326 Heppner, Harriet J 322 Heraly,£lroy P 414 Herberg, Richard 340 Herbert, Bernard 414 Herd, Turtle 241 Herling, D 312 Herman, Susan 314 Hersh, Marsha 360 Hertzler, Barbara 187 Hertzler, Eleanor S 31 I Hertzlich, Ruth 311 Heruoldsheimer, A 317 Herzf eld, Harriet 311 Hess, Martha 314 Hessehouer, James T 372 Hesson, Raymond 370 Hettleman, Howard 385 Heuring, Phyllis 414 Hevne ' r, Jacqueline 227,310 Hewitt, Bob 327,367 Mickey, William 371 Hicks, Beverly 353 Hicks, Donald 239 Hicks, Joe 251,288,330,374 Hicks, Willie 317 __ ns, Bill 206 liggins, George 370 liggins, Helen 363 lighland, Linda 321 Ider, Janet 211,414 Iker, John 337 II, Arthur 326 II, Bryan 219,344 II, Francis 154,339 II, Virginia 129 lleary, Henry 367,414 ller,L 327 Hillmon, Barbara 318,355 Hillmon, Lois 362 How, Diana 414 How, Rosalie 350 Itoe, Richard L 234 mes, Barbara 208 mmelheber, Peter 414 nderer, Paul 414 ne, Arthur 414 ne, Joseph 329,414 negardner, E. Kay 414 Hinely, Robert E 414 Hinkle, Kenneth 387 Hirsch, Stephen 321 Hoag, James 414 Hocker, George 239,374 Hockett, Susan 318,354 Hodes, Lance 288 Hodge, Charles 123,326 Hodge, Sara 311 Hodgson, Lynn 220,222 Hodiak, Paul 379,414 Hodinko, B 151 Hoehn, Lynn 350 Hoerl, Walter 344 Hof berg, Sandra 414 Hoff, Marilyn 194 Hoffa,Thelma 317 Hoffman, Bert 218,324,341 Hoffman, Charles 414 Hoffman, Cindy 360 Hoffman, D 372 Hoffman, Dudley C 325 Hoffman, Heidi 414 Hoffman, Joel 1 219,326 Hoffmon,JohnC 414 Hoffman, Judy 348 Hoffman, Patrick 372 Hoffman, Paula 362,414 Hoffman, Ronald B 344,414 Hogan, Patricio 357,364 Hogg, James F 219 Holcomb, Jock 219 Holden, S 336 Holdway, John 210 Holland, Charlotte 390 Holland, Kenneth 227,367 Holland, M 315 Mollis, Dovid 373 Hollo way, Gary 344 Holmead, Carole 361 Holmes, Lynn 333 Holmes, Mary 233,390,361 Holmead, Carolyn 313 Holt, Deone 353 Holter, Edward 94 Holtzman, Carroll 383 Holzman,John 330 Hom, Betty 225 Hood, Tom 239,374 Hook,Cal 365,377,414 Hook,Elsa 314 Hook, William 372 Hoosel, Marianne 208 Hooton, Cecelia 312 Hoover, Gordon 137 Hopkins, Barbara 313 Hopkins, Joan 346 Hopkins, John J 414 Hopkins, Robert D 330,387 Hopkins, Stanoforth 330,387,414 Hormon, Joseph 121,324 Hormon, Russell 370 Horn, Arthur 366 Horn, Sandra 312,346 Hornbocke, Dr. R. Lee 91 Hornbaker, Cecil 216,415 Home, Raymond 373 Hornstein, Joyce 362 Horrow,C 321 Horwitz, Fran 122,152,355,364 Hoss,D 314 Hottinger, John 329 Houchen, Virginio 415 Hough, Williom 341,386 Houghton, Jack 415 Houts, Linda 415 Howard, James R 343 Howord, Larry 340 Howard, Martha 313,358 Howard, Marvin 376 Howard, Susan 415 Howard, WilhehminaC 415 Ho wary, Mary 358 450 Howe, Richard G 415 Howell, Marie 182,183 Howie, Mary 318 Howser, Thomas J 415 Hoyer, SlenyH 151,229,381 Hoyle, Leonard H 111,115,131,181 192,381,415 Hronicka, Thomas 373 Huong, Rosalind 225,415 Hubbard, Susan 358 Hubberl, Susan 358 Hubberl, Tdghman 330 Hudson, Allen M 415 Hudson, Barbara J 314 Hudson, Edward C 125,128,415 Hudson, MariorieC 415 Huebner, Roland 329 Huff, Janet 239,358 Hugg.Mrs 338 Huggins, Gordon 344 Hughes, Charles E 219,333,415 Hughes, Sandy 313,359 Hull, Barbara 122,136,363 Hull, J 342 Hull, Robert 210 Hullman, H 318 Humberson, Mary 322 Hummel, Jane 319 Hummel, Susan 415 Hummel, Thomas 373 Humphrey, James 192,373 Humphreys, William W 415 Hungerford, Bryant 329 Hunovice, Harriett 134,415 Hunovie.L 380 Hunsicker, James 386 Hunt.Allan 339 Hunt, Carol 315 Hunt, Lindo 1 415 Huntress, Carroll 251 Hur.Jon 372 Hurley, Betty 317 Hurley, Emily 358 Hurley, Larry 142,343 Hurlock, Thomas 329 Hurney, Michael L 415 Hurt, John 325 Hurtig, Joel R 415 Hurwitz, Barry 365,376 Husemon.Chorles 379 Husen, A 144 Huska,W 342 Hutchinson, John E 126,216,222,227,415 Hutchinson, Judith A 415 Hutkins, Linda 318 Hyde, Elaine 208 Hynes, Patricia M 415 Hyre, Joonne 118,350 Hysson, L 144 laconangelo, Amelia 321 lager, Charles 230 lannacone. Carmine 377 Ignatowski, John 243,245 Ijoms, George 367 lllinsky, George 415 Imloy, Richard L 415 Ingolls, Carole 353 Ingongi.John 123,344 Inger, Susan 353 Inglesby, Susan 221 Ingram, Gilbert L 415 Ingrom, Judith A 132,415 lnoff,Gory 385 Insley, Richard 342 Insley, Laudell 353 Insley, Nancy 318 Insley, Wade 324 Irons, Shoron 318 Irving, George W., Ill 415 Irving, Mary 346 Irwin, Eloise 320 Irwin, Mary Susan 1 1 1 ,320 Isermon, Michael 143,337 Isiminger, Carol 357 llkm, Henry 223 Ivins. Carolyn 416 J Jablon.Soul 416 Jackley, Michael 332 Jackowski, Richard 243 Jockson, Clifford 142,326 Jackson, John R 286,287,333 Jockson, Sandy 361 Jackson, Sterling 200 Jackson, Thomas G 339,372 Jacob,Melvin 380 Jacobs, James W 416 Jacobs, Martin H 416 Jacobs, Stephen J 416 Jacobsen, Karen 1 1 1,1 1 2,1 50,154 349,416 Jacobsen, Robert A 326 Jaffe.Arlene 313 Joffe, Barbara A 132,416 Joffe, Paulo 348 James, Larry 333 James, Nancy 220 James, Owen 383 Jamison, Russell E 416 Jonniche, Paul 217 Janoff.Morsholl 388 Januska, Margaret 320 Janz, Barbara 357 Jarboe, C 144 Jorboe, William D 416 Jornell, Herbert 222,330 Jarvis, Stephen 216,376 Jeffords, Thelma 349 Jelus, Paul 111,115,135,416 Jen, Gertrude 416 Jen,Trudi 128,231,359 Jenkins, Joyce 320 Jenkins, Joseph H 367,416 Jenkins, Pennie 144,416 Jennings, Cece 359 Jernigon, Lynette 320 Jeskulski, Barbara 242,319 Jew, Rose 128,416 Jewler, Kenneth 360 Johansen, Carl 338 Johnson, Asa 342 Johnson, Bertil C 142,373 Johnson, Bonnie 191,315 Johnson, C 141 Johnson, D 390 Johnson, Daniel H 372 Johnson, Diane 321,416 Johnson, Eloine 144,363,416 Johnson, FoyeM 310,416 Johnson, Francis E 330 Johnson, Franklin J 416 Johnson, Frederick V 416 Johnson, G 315 Johnson, Gail 317 Johnson, Ginger 361 Johnson, Joan 354 Johnson, Joan W 321 Johnson, Judith 220,317 Johnson, Morion J 31 1 Johnson, Miss Marion 92,390 Johnson, Potsy C 416 Johnson, Phillip V 239,243,374,416 Johnson, Sandra 322 Johnson, Sandra G 314,416 Johnson, Steve 190,381 Johnson, Tom 208,375,416 Johnson, William G 289,291,386 Johnson, William H 1 19,365,379,416 Johnston, John R 324 Johnston, MoryL 322 Johnston, Sandi 352 Jones, ConrodM 142,369 Jones, Carol 223 Jones, Cynthio 356 Jones, Garnett 182.183 Jones, Julie Anne 313,359 Jones, L 152 Jones, Leroy A 416 Jones, Lindo E 314,416 Jones, Marilyn R 416 Jones, Neva Jean 361,416 Jones, Robert B 329 Jones, Robert G 336 Jones, Robert M 369 Jones, Ronald 372 Jones, Sally Gomel 352 Jones, S 329 Jordan, Edward L 383 Jordon, Frances 315 Jordan, Molcolm B 375,417 Joseph, CarolJ 315,417 Joyce, Carolyn 358 Judy, Dona 365,383,417 Julius, Nancy 122,360,364 Jump, Bonnie 187,315,354 June, Paul 368 Junker, Stanley 216 Jusi, K 144 K Koor, Mia 313 Kodan, Cathie 349 Kadesch, Charles S 417 Kadison, James 417 Kadlvrowski,John 132 Kagen,Sandi 137 Kohl, Larry 366 Kohl, Henry V 332 Kohn, Carol A 1 18,235,360,417 Kohn, Judy 360 Kohn.Morsho 310,362 Kahng,Hewon 130 Kaiser, Lee 241,350,208 Kaiss, A. Lee 374,239,417 Kol, Steven 208 Kaloiian, Edward 371,417 Kalcounds, Charles 374 Kale, Frederic 324 Kolin, Harriet 417 Kolin, Sandy 360 Kaliner, Michael 388 Kalinnsky, Albert 417 Kolish, George ' 33 Kolk, Carolyn 135,354,417 Kollins, Horvey 417 Kalmon.Michele 182,183 Kolpas, Raymond 330 Kaltenbacher, Bill 325 Koludis, George 150,154,93 Kamenetz, Sonna 362 Kamenetz, Sylvia 362 Kominetz, Marvin 380 Kaminsky, Barry 376 Kanler, Phil 386 Konorchuck, Jinaito 321 Kane, Joan 120,315,182,183 Kane, Judith Roe 310,235 Kane, John 384 Konegis, Brenda 355 Kaplan, Borbora 321 Kaplan, Harvey 388 Kaplon,John ' 24 Kaplan, Louis 94,385,417 Kaplan,Morsha 321 Kaplan, Roger 385 Korlin, Stanley 380,417 Karpewicz, Paul 417 Kotcher, Philip 226 Kotoen, Maurice 233 Kotz, Elaine 417,134 Katz, Robert 376,417 Kotz, Stephen 132 Katz, Steven 1 417 Kotz, Steven M 417 Kotzel, William 330,153,124,417 Kouffmon, N 371 Kauffman, Phyllis 322 Kaufmann, Carl 315 Kaufman, Sam 380,417 Kousch, Dolores 315 Kaye, Barry 376 Kaye, Janet 317 Kaye, George 338 Keefe, Fronk 234,417 Keeler, R.Wayne 127 Keene, Eleanor 111,130,232,349 Keene, Mildred 320 Keene, Samuel 417 Keesee, Donald 417 Kehoe, Jim 288,289 Kehoe, Patricia 347,417 Keidel, Louise 417 Keiser, Russell 326 Kell, Howard 341 Keller, Kenneth 388 Kelleher, Bruce 417 Keller, Agnes 417 Keller, Donald 370,417 Keller, John 332 Keller, Karyn 220,346 Kellerman, Kay 346 Kellett, Dorothea 358 Kelley, Donald 334,368 Kelley, Franl( 334,127 Kelley, Louis 123 Kelley, Wayne 344 Kellmon, Steven 385 Kelly, Diane 354 Kelly,Mary 321 Kelly, Teddie Lou 150,214,353 Kelly, William 210 Kem, Robert 132,141,418 Kemp, Dawne 314 Kemper, Daniel 388 Kemper, Linda 314 Kenerick, Kaye 358 Kennedy, Thomas 124,418 Kenney, Carol 356 Kenney,James 119,131,365,379 Kent, Potricia 357,418 Keough, Doreen 356 Kepner, Thomas 327 Kerovuori, Tuula 310 Kerchner, Williom 206,418 Kerin, Berta 361 Kern, Laura, 356,714 Kerr, Joanne 311,357 Kersloke, Mary Lou 220,322 Kesner, Geroldine 312 Kessel, David 244,245,326 Kessen, Thomas 418 Kessenger, L 390 Kessler, Diane 239,322,358 Kessler, Katherine 358 Kessler, James 418 Kessler, Lawrence 376 Kessler, Richard 380,343 Kessler, Robin 318 Kettells, Sharon 120,235,310 Key, Charles 324 Keys, John 333 Kibby, Gilbert 340 Kidner, Valeria 361,418 Kieffer, Jomes 333 Kiernon, Tony 239 Kies, Martha 346 Kieu-Dung, Huynh Thi 1 16,225,317,418 Kight, Robert 239,374 Kiik, Matti 332 Kilby, Richard 418 Kildeo.Alice 418 Kim, Hyun 233 Kimack, Michael 369 Kincaid.John 143,383 King.B 378 King, Carolyn 363 King, Gloria 227 King, Jean 313,227,310 King, John L 216,227,230 King, John D 418 King, Jack 367 King, Kathy 346 King, Paul 329,381 King, Sorah 227,317 King, Spencer 371 King, William 324 Kinsella, Kathleen 346,418 Kinser, Muriel 418 Kinsley, Steven 372 Kippnes, Elinor 111,152,418 Kirby, John 377 Kirchiro, William 333,379 Kirsch, Barbara 314 Kirschner, Murray 388 Kirson, Donald 388 Kish, Edith 353 Kishter, Herbert 418 Kisley, Steven 371 Kitchin, Charles 368,418 Kitt, Stanley 388 Klag, Sarah 231 Klair, James 329,381 Klammer, Samuel 418 Klatt, Christina 317 Klayens, Roberta 418 Klein, Barbara 362 Klein, Gary 228 Klein, Judy 234,310,360 Klein, Jeroy 387,418 Klein, Marshall 228 Klein, Regina 118,364,380 Kleinwachter, Carol 353 Klemm, Robert 332 Klimer, Gory 191,418 Klimik, Carol 346 Kline, Ellen 418 Klinedinst, George 286,287 Klipp, Lawrence 370 Klohr, Robert 341 Kluckhuhn, Carolyn 317 Kludzuweit, Ronald 374 Klugerman, Carole 314 Klvoc.John 338 Knabe, Frederick 418 Knapp,Jane 349 Knebel, Lewis 93 Knibb, Robert 218,336,418 Knicely, Walter 126,418 Knight, John 125,128,217,418 Knight, Priscillo 313 Knighton, Mike 129,241 Knoblock, Ann 351 Knoch, Sidney 376 Knox, Kothleen 314 Knox, Marge 144,354 Kobren,Gina 310 Kocher, David 338 Koehneke, Lynn 232,359 Koelling, Sydney 326,191 Kohler, Donna 187,357 Kohn, Howard 366 Kohn, Irene 418 Kokoski, Rosemarie 319 Kolesan, Armand 419 Kolker, Lana 362 Kolker, Lois 360 Kolman, Ira 325 Komianos, Dorthea 318 Konopasek, Frank 341 Koons, Marjorie 310 Koontz,John 383 Koopman, William 141 Korab, William 379 Korth, Eugene 376 Kosnoman,C 336 Kossiokoff, Tanya 361 Kotzin, Sidney 316 Koudelka, Horold 142 Koukoulas, Toula 419 Koutsos, Evelyn 120 Kovalakides, Nick 289,290 Koupmann, S 141 Kovler, Dorothy 235 Kowalski, Karl 419 Kozlowski, Bert 342 Kraeling, Robert 338 Kroft, Judith 31a Kraft, Nickolas 367 Kraknke, Karia 419 Kramer, George 228 Kramer, Modelyn 419 Kramer, Melvin 38O Kramer, Marianne 348 Krontz, Carol 133 Krouch, F 390 Kraus, Patricia 363 Krause, Merrily 359 Kroutwurst, P 142 Kravitz, Frank 342 Krawczel, Francis 330 Kreisel, Robert 324 Kreiss, Martin 385 Krejci, Joseph 324 Krellen, Renee 234,376 Kresge, Dr. Conrad 217 Kresovich, Nickolas 419 Kresslein, Dennis 332 Kreuzburg, Franklin 386 Kriso, Stephen 342,419 Kronberg, Robert 338 Krongard, Manus 385 Kropinock, Kenneth 369 Krosin, Stanley 329 Krueger, Morilyn 208 Kruse, Judith 234,321,419 Kugler,Jill 361 Kuhl, Marsha 318,356 Kuhn, Dr. AlbinO 91 Kuhn, Carol 316 Kullen, Marilyn 360 Kullowney, Gayle 220 Kummerow, Kent 239 Kunkel, Henry 333 Kupenstein, Alyse 419 Kupiec, Barbara 358 Kupin, Jo Ellen 235 Kupper, Philip 123,286 Kurinij, Wasyl 344 Kurland, Morilyn 355 L Lackey, Joel L Lackey,Lee 130,137 Lackey, Steven 1 24 Lady, John 143 Lag may. Ester 31 1 La Grone, James R 370 Laiakis.ChristosS 419 Laibson, Lawrence 123,327 Lainof, Priscillo 360 Laird, Jeri 361 La ken, Marilyn 322 LaMacchia, Evelyn 346 Lamb, Buck 368 Lamb, Rich 241,242 Lamb, Steven 388 Lambert, Barbara 352 Lamdin, Willis 332 Lamond, Thomas 371 Lampton, Betsy 357 Landay, Shelll 112,136,154,348,419 Landreau, Matthew 377 Landrum, Pot 346,419 Landry, Joanne 311 Landsman, Gary 385 Landsman, Robert 376 Lane, Charles 116 Lane, Frank A 419 Long, Jane 142,316 Langdon, Diane 317 Longe, Richard S 419 Langenboch, John 236 Longmach, Sue 321 Langton, John 371 Lanno, Eva 318 La La Loohovanich, Yenchoi 233,419 LaPorle, Frank 319 Lopes, George 381,419 Lopides, Karen 234 Lodipes, Michael 388 LaPorte, Carole 316 Lopriola.Mike 251,333 Larrobee, Eleonor 310 Lorson, Lory 419 Loserson, Bruce 366 Losky, Andreo 348 Lossilo, Leena 144,182,322 Lossotovilch, Peter 371 Latimer, Dee 118,356,364 Latimer, Joyce 1 44,363 Lou, Nancy 350 Laurence, Richard 219,336 Lourd, Ph.hp 238,419 Laoster, Borboro 243,419 Lavelle,Bill 371 Lovery, Kathleen 313,352 Lawrence, Barbora 233 Lowrence, Kenneth 374 ence, Melody 353 ence, Scott 223,243 y. Nelson 419 Lawton, Rebecco 318 Layton, Sue 360 Leohy, Mory Ann 353 Leomonn, Alan 419 Leormon.Ann 144,318 Leosure, William 324 Leatherman, Annobelie 132,419 Leotherwood, Robert 333 Leovey, Marshall 388 Leavy, Horry L 294 Le Bovit, Susonne 312 Lebowitz, Sylvia 355 Le Brum, Potsy R 419 Lee, Brenda 310 Lee, Edward 377 Lee, Eugene 343 Lee, Fredo 225 Lee, Phyllis 314,419 Lee, Shirley 228 Leef, Pomelo 182,183 Lefkov, Phyllis 120 Legol, Eloine 208 bel, Aaron 419 bowitz, William 244 bson, Roni 315,360 lich, Ken 228,384 monis, John 383 monn, Robert 365,386 mbach,John 324 zeor, Leah 352,419 zear, Rosanne 352 Lelond, Louis S 219,419 Lembock.John 192 Lemken, Robert H 291,293 Lendenboum, Lorry 388 Lenhoff,Carl 333 Lenkin, Roger 376 Lentz, Eileen 31 I L entz, Milton 333 Leonard, Morgoret 357 Lepson, Ronald G 127,334,420 Lerch, Marilyn 347 Lerner, Dovis 226 Lessing, Melvin 366 Lessner, David 332 Levendusky, Robert 420 Leventhol, Norman J85 Leverett, James 420 Leverton, Martha 313 Levi, Corl 376 Barbara 187,317,362 Gordon 336 Joel 325 Louis 380 Menlee 206 Myra 318 Simon 376 Le Le Le Levir Levir Levif Levir Levii evin, Stephen 380 evine, Aoron 390 evine, Jerry 420 evine, Lewis 338 evine, Michael 124 evine, Robert N 420 ne, Susan 362,376 evins, Claire 360 evinson, Carole M 206 eviton. Joyce 318 evy, Arthur 420 evy, Boylo 360 evy, Norman 385 ew, Shirley 312 s, Bob 373 ewis, Judy 360 ewis, Maurice 365,387 ewis, Nancy 316 ewis, Rodney 373 evitt, Lorry 388 eydil, George 386 ,Sichi 420 ao,Chi 225 ao.Chi.Sing 225 ao, Chi Wing 225 bby, Arthur 119,365,373 berature, Michelle 352 berty, Jennino 420 bshutz, Janet 360 chtig, Michael B 420 chtstohl, Steven 380 ebermon, Michael S 330 ebermann, Alfredo 129,321 eshmon, S 141 ge, Ulo 239,374 ghtorr, Jeannette 322 lly,Kay 231 mar, Nich 333,377 merick, Joy 352 mpens, Victor 420 n,Chi 329 ncicome,Judy 313 nden, Noncy 354 nder.T 338 ndner, Robert 326 ndsay.Judy 346 neberry.Jeon 133,182,183,357 ng, Michoel 225,337 ns, Henry 377 nzey, Wendy 31 1 pm, Lloyd 333,420 pinski, Dave 239,374 pitz, Roger 385 pnJch, Robert 123 ppenholz, Stephen 376 ppincott, Michael 334 pstiz, Herbert 339 sogursky, Sandy 355 sler, Mildred 322 tchfield,Gary 386 tmon. Dove 348 tmon, Madeline 234 tofsky, Harvey 376 ttle, Bunnie 321,350 ttman, Nancy 54,55,224,364 twin, Robert 325 vengood, Lindo 359 loyd, Ann 332 loyd, James 230 loyd, Thomas 368 odge, Marion 320,420 oercher, Peter, R 326 oew, Noncy 316,350 oezos, Elizabeth 1 16,420 ofgren, Merrlam 143 ogon, Fran 361 oger,Jan 379 hr,Nancy 346,420 okstein, Cothy 144,363 ombordo, Philip 341 ondon, Dennis 381 ong, Nancy 150 ongest, Henry 420 Longfellow, Williom J 420 longley, Colby 381 Longridge, Kay 36| Loomis, Gary lee 239,374 Loomis, Judith 3)4 Lord, Allen 334 Lord, Judy 1I8,3«3 Lorenz, Wayne 420 Lormg,Anne 349 Lote, Peggy 1 18,133 Lott, Chorles 234,380 Lotz, Charles 338 Lotz. Morgoret 356,420 Lotze, Potricio 209,347 Louch, Almo 317 Loughmon, Lorry 420 Louis, Ronald 373 Loverro, Madeline 318 Lovis, H 385 Lovrenci, Paul 337 Low, Betsy 208 Lowdermilk, Thomas 327 Lowe, Dole 137 Lowe, Harold 332 Lowe, Thomas 216,420 Lowenstein, Mile 223 Loweth, Nancy 319 Lu.G 330 Lubbert, Robert F 127,420 Lucas, John 288 Lucey, Edward 386 Luchini, Nancy 316 Luh, Donald 420 Luke, Noncy 317 Lum, Max 244,336 Lum, Susan 361 Lund, Dorothy 120,231 Lund, John 344 Lundgren, Roy H 420 Lupien, Hugh 134 Luroy, Allen 380 Lustmon, Leiba 420 Lutheran, C 351 Lynch, Kenneth 341 Lynch, Michael 344,371 Lynch, Richard 341 Lynn, Kothleen 316 Lyon, Thomas 326 M Mo, Pauline 208,225 Mac Coy, Sara 361 MacDonald, Douglas 420 MocDonold, JomesE 381 Mace, Ron 250 Mocht, Beverly 182,183,355 Mocidull, Joseph 420 Macintosh, Robert 425 Moclntyre, Peggy 239,354 Mack, Joyce 350 MocKenzie, Andrew 329 MocMillon, Bruce 141 MocMillon, Dolores 314,350 MocMillon, George B 342 MocNeol, Jane 130,420 Mac r is, Noncy 421 Mocurdo, Hoyden 334 Madden, George 329 Madden, Wolter 373 Model, Joseph 219,327.421 Model, John L 421 Modigon, Mory 135,211,421 Madison, Dole 244,245,329 Madison, James 218 Modresh, Arthur 366 Mo gee, Michael 421 Mogee, Carol 211 Mogidson, Jone 315,355,421 Mognetti, Mary 1 35,2 1 1 ,42 1 Moguire, Michael 382 Moholm,Mrs 371 Mohon, George 334,384 Mahoney, Anne 312 Mahoney, Barbara 319 Mahoney, Sharon 313 Maier, Audrey 363 Moine, Edna 421 Maiorana, Mitchell 371 Maisel, Jay 379 Molan, Howard 217,218,421 Malcolm, Robert 385 Malinow, Stanford 376 Malkus, William 325 Mall, Aaron 421 Mallow,Harold 337 Malls, Stephen 388 Manorin, Leonard 383 Mancha, Carol 211,351 Mandelson, Rala 226 Mancu so, Eleanor 352 Manion, David 384 Mann, Walter 151,386 Mannion, Robert 325 Mannix, Charles 371 Manougian, John 387 Mantegna, Peter 387 Mantel, Bob 371,421 Mar, Eugene 333 Mar, Michael 337 Maratta, Eugene 421 Mo re eron, Dennis 421 Morceron, Ralph 421 Marchione, John 327 Marcuccio, Claire 182,183,358 Marcus, Byron 241 Moslanik, Gerald 421 Marder, Robert 325 Mardonw, Dave 239 Mardres, Melvin 390 Margolius, Joan 315 Moriani, Joseph 325 Marine, Joanne 317 Marinelli, Arthur 421 Mariner, Sharon 356 Marhol, Sandy 181 Morkel, Lynda 316 Markin, Philip 380 Markline, Charles 141,143 Markovi itz, Abby 348 Markowitz, Loretta 250 Marks, Susan 319 Morlow, Edwin 141 Marques, Paul 126,324 Marquette, Charles 326 Marrs,Don 372 Marsh, Jean 421 Marshall, Bruce 372 Morter, Joseph 332 Martin, Carol 350 Martin, Charles 250 Martin, Fred 340 Martin, Juan C 374,421 Martin, Kathleen 347 Martin, Lowrence 326,421 Martin, Norman 421 Martin, Penny 214,353,421 Martin, Roland 421 Martin, William V 336,421 Martin, William 379 Martini, Ginny 359 Martz, Franklin 286,287 Marval, Edna 350,421 Marvel, Thomas 325 Morvell, Bonnie 144,358 Marvin, John 225 Marx, Kenneth 329 Moslanik, Gerald 421 Masters, Gail 358 Maslropoolo, Carlo 334 Mosueci, Morcia 352 Matheney, William R 330 Matheny, James 208 Mothews, Charles 381 Mathews, John 372 Mathieu, Beverly 315 Mothis, Bill 137,228,421 Matlick, Thomas 421 Mattera, Attilio 217 Matthews, Carroll 208 Matthews, Jean 314 Matthews, Sandy 208,347 Mottingly, Richard 421 Matzek, Carolyn 357 Matzek, Monica 137,349,421 Mauck,Joan 316 Maunder, Ronald 368 Maury, Sarah 347 Maus,B 132 Maxa, Jerry 317 Maxwell, Christine 351 Maxwell, George 324 Maxwell, Linden 208,209 May, Jean 346 Mayer, Connie 346 Mayer, Georgia 353 Mayfield, Larry 137,370 Mayo, Bonnie 208 Mayo, Mrs. 372 Maynord, Janet 320 Mays, Nancy 321 McAdoo, Kathy 358,422 McArthur, Helen 322 McBride, Jannett 319,361 McCabe, Oliver 422 McCabe, Philip 384 McCobe, Stanley 324 McCarthy, B 368 McCarthy, Elayne 361 McCarthy, Kevin 368 McCarthy, Peter 422 McCarthy, William 344,422 McCartin, H .386 McCauley, Charles 422 McCleary, L 318 McCleary, Robert 382 McClain,Jess 227 McClellon, John 371 McClellon, Margie 214,363 McClenny, Ernest 422 McClernon, Lynn 242 McClung,Marvene 190,322,357 McColum, Reginald 422 McCormack, Tom 239 McCormick, Charles 94 McCormick, Dean Eileen 364,92 McCoy, Mary 207 McCrocken, Dorothy 322 McCullan, Robert 373 McCullough, David 369,422 McCullough, James 370 McCurdy, Dennis 208 McCurdy, Horry 326 McCurdy,James 123,326 McCurry, Terry 208,361 McDermott, Ival 199,200 McDonald, Gerald 422 McDonald, Michael 422 McDonnell, Jim 216 McDonough, John 141,240 McElhone, Susan 313 McElwee, Arlene 422 McElwee, Pamela 31 1 McEwan, John 340 McFarland, Gloria 235 McForland, Ronald 422 McGorvie, Betty 422,11 8,229,346 McGee, Thomas 371 McGilvery, William _ 386 McGlasson, Sharon 350 McGlotton, Barbara 314 McGraw, Margaret 318 McHargue, Kenneth 286 Mclntire, Burton 384,422 Mclntire, Madalyn 359 Mcintosh, James 381,422 McKay, Douglas 123,125,218,336 McKay, Morgoret 208 McKeIvy, Richard 381 McKenna, Bernard 138,422 McKenney,Joan 317 McKenzie, H.F 143,240 McKenzie, Sandy 120,231 McKenzie, Walter 422 McKinzey, Walter 229,336 McLaughlin, Chorles 332 McLaughlin, Pat 145 McLean, Borbara 422 McLeon, Warner 422 McLeoy, Frederick 422 McMahon.M 371 McMahon, Michael 332 McNomara, Marsha 317 McNomora, Reggie 235,365,368 McNeil, Dee Dee 359 McNeil, Sharon 350 McOrmond, Peter 330 McTuirk,J 338 Mc Vey, Sam 20 8 McVicker, William 377 McWhite, Martho 317,357 McWilliams, John 377 Mead, Sandra 317,351 Meade, William 372 Meadoff,Gail 360,422 Medley, Bill 386 Megby,Joe 377 Megonigal, Joel 329 Mehl, Meredith 316 Mehl, Richard 338 Mehlman, Arthur 333 Meininger, Richard C 125,127,422 Meiser, Bruce R 422 Mei vers, Michael 141 Melezoglu, Ceudet 233 Mellen, B 371 Mellen,C 332 Mellen, Luther E 326 Mellen, Richard 343 Mellinger, Dick 130,377 Melton, Cliff 251 Melton, Jane 315 Melvin, J 365 Mendel, Charles 422 Mendelson, E 366 Mendelson, Harold 376 Mendelson, Joseph 218 Mendelson, Michael 150 Menk, Paul 372 Menninger, Harold 374 Mensh, Rosalind 348 Menzel, Loretta 317 Merchant, Henry 121 Meredith, Bobs 349 Meredith, William 343 Merkel, JohnC 372,422 Mermelstein, Nona 422 Merowitz, Sally 312,360 Merrill, Christy 361 MerrilUock 228,291,387 Merson, Richard 339 Messelof f , Mottye 362 Metcalf, J 386 Metcalfe, Linda 350,422 Metcalfe, Robert 217,422 Mettler, Kenneth W 288 Meyer, Arthur 333 Meyer, Barbara 231 Meyer, Melvin 329 Meyers, Sue 151,223,322 Meyerson, Natalie 423 Mibula, Steve 239 Michael, Bonnie 363 Michael, Chorles 324 Michaelis, Steven 366 Michaels, Larry 423 Michlovitz, Charles K 326,380 Michny, Frank 338 Mickle, Loren 372 Middledorf, Carl 377 Middlestodt, John 333 Mifsud, Joseph 337 Mtgdal, Meyer 366 Mikula, Gerald 423 Mikulo, Stephen 423 Milan, Roy 340 Miles, Judith 359,423 Miles, Roy 201 Milhousen, Ruth 120,311 Millord, Alfred 423 Miller, Ann 336,361 Miller, Corlotta 223,324 Miller, Cloudia 128,187,353 Miller, David 230,324 Miller, Edward f 423 Miller, George e 340,423 Miller, Harmon 124,234,380 Miller, Horry 208,423 Miller, Judith H 315 Miller, Lorry R 326,388 Miller, Lee 121,245 Miller.Lou 380 Miller, Luther 237 Miller, Margie J 348,423 Miller, MariorieL 113.131,423 Miller, Maureen 133,357 Miller, Michael 377 Miller, Pomelo 363 Miller, Peter 322,386 Miller, Robert L 143,423 Miller, Solly 227,31 1 Miller, Stuort 388 Miller, Williom 336 Miller, William 325 Millhouser, Dick 150,138 Mills, Connie 227,322 Mills, Donald 243,245 Mills, Robert F 381 Millword, William 423 Milsleod, Spencer 423 Milwit, Samuel 366 Milwit, Sondy 182 Milwit, Sonf ord 366 Minetree, Herbert 263,291,373 Minton, Melvin 423 Mintz. Barbara 312,346 Mintz, Sylvan 341 Mirobile, Samuel 340 Mirne, Norman 131,376 Mirochno, Thoddeus 423 Miskelly, Dorothy 313 Missel, Pol 346 Mister, Robert C 341 Mitchell, Franklin 324 Mitchell, John 390 Mitchell, Peggy 352 Mitchell, Priscilla 356 Mitchell, StepherK 381 Mitnick, Alan 366 Moentmann, Gerald 377 Moiser, C 390 Molesky, Lenoro 356 Moncure, Bob 371 Monie, Sondra 319 Montolbono, Charles V 368,423 Montedonico, Joseph 365,379,423 Monteith, Roy T 423 Montgomery, Andrew W 129,423 Montgomery, Donlod Lee 373,423 Montgomery, Jomes R 288 Montgomery, Janice M 1 1 1,1 13,152,186 187,192,238,350,423 Mook, David 369 Moon, George 423 Moon, Potty 359 Mooney, Karen 358 Moonly, Koren 322,359 Moore, Barbara 361,423 Moore, Bryon 227,330 Moore, Constonce 347,423 Moore, Dovid 214,313,374 Moore, George 343,372 Moore, Horry D 423 Moore, Kotherine C 321 Moore, Kathryn M 316,361 Moore, Morion 313,423 Moore, Ronald E 387 Moore, Williom 127 Mooriani, Kishin 233 Moroll, Frances 354 Morosco, F 344 Morell, Frances 120 Morgan, C 31 I Morgan, Diane 352 Morgan, Glorio 369 Morgan, Jean 363 Morgon, Marion 220,318 Morgon, Phyllis 315,359 Morgan, Ronald 373 Morgonstein 123 Moriority, Williom 379,424 Morley, William 338 Moroose, Sandra 238,424 Moroose, Shielo 234 Morrey, Carolyn 424 Morris, Arthur 383 Morris, Anne 349 Morris, Carolyn ;J15 Morris, Ed 386 Morris, George 250 Morris, Sondra 424 Morrison, C 343 Morrison, James P 240,424 Morsell, Amelia 231,363 Morsey,F 333 Morsinger, F 339 Mort, Kenneth 338 Mortimer, Richord C 424 Morton, Lorry 343 Morton, Pomelo 314,356 Morton, Potricio 234 Moryer, B 316 Morys, Noncy 313 Moser, Jeanne 23,187,359 Moser, Joanne 118 Moses, Edwin 332,424 Moses, Lee 424 Mosley,Carl 142 Moss, James 381 Moss, Lindo A 424 Moss, Thomos L 286 Moulden, Owen M 424 Mowry, Dovid 334 Moxley, Rosa .231,232,317 Moxon, George 332 Moysey, John 344 Mrynczo, Adolph 333,424 Mudd, Donald G 424 Mudd, Lyn n 354 Muhr, Rita 135 Mulhern, Melindo 133 Mullar, Dole 315 Mullenox, George 324 Mullinix, Woyne 341 Mullis, Ray 132,424 Mulreody, Deirdre 319 Mund, Joseph 332 Munderloh, Charles 344 Munson, Lawrence 369 Munson, Williom 336 Murdock, Michael 373 Murphy, Helen E 424 Murphy, John W 124,341 Murphy, Kotherine 152,208,315,424 Murphy, Madeline 321 Murphy, Sara 318 Murphy, Williom 333 Murroy,Ann _ 220 Murroy, Howard 334 Murroy, Joanne E 359,424 Murroy.John J 424 Murray, Rebo 363 Murray, Terry 383 Musch, Robert 336 Musumeci, Jo Ann 128,208,424 Myer, Edward 369 Myers, Cynthia 128,329,363 Myers, Jomes 340 Myers, Key 358,424 Myers, Moraline 131 Myers, Neol 341 Myers, Patricio 312 Myers, Richord 379 Myers, Veronico 150 N Nachmon, Horriel 348 Noill, Ellsworth 137 Noill, Luther 370 Nole, Bruce 129,240 Nolevonko, Margaret 319 Nolley, Lois 363 Nolley, Potricio 352 Nordo, Dovid 374 Nosuti, Dono 375 Noughton, Charles 324 Nousboum, Joy 388 Novozio, Morion 351 Neol, Paul 324 Neol, Robert J 424 Neory, Susan H 214,315,354,424 Neels,Corl 367 Neely, Robert 143,371 Neiner, Joan 316 Neil, Kenneth 381 Nelms, Mory 322,347 Nelson, Harold L 291 Nelson, John 388 Nelson, Marion M 318,424 Nelson, Peter B 424 Nelson, Rodger 221 Nemier, Douglas 1 16,132,337,375 Nemo, Morsho 360 Nerodko, Vincent 330 Neuhauser, Stanley 380 Neumon, Ronald 369 Neumuller, Robert 330 Newcomer, Richard 338 Newhouse, Morilynn 315 Newlond, Edward 424 Newmon,Chorles 332 Newmon, Linda 360,364 Newman, Robert 234 Newman, Russell J 424 Newman, William 343 cholls, Madeline 347 cholls, Herbert, W 424 chols,Jean 228 chols, Kenneth 219 chols,W 377 cholos, Joseph 142,343 cholson, Bruce 327,370 cholson, Margaret 333,310 Nick, Anno 314 ckerson, Robert 324 eberlein, Richord 332 efeld, Kenneth 376 ghtingole, Jane 133,357 Ison, Dovid M 424 metz, Arthur 424 neitchko, B 321 xdorf, Richard H 127,375,425 zioiek, Lucy 318 Noall, Williom 137 Noble, Jomes 372 Noble, Michoel 329 Noel, Clorence 332 Nofsinger, Michael 1 1 1,1 15,132 Nogrody, John 296 Nolon, John 222 Nolan, Patrick 373 Noll, Williom 343 Nollmeyer, Leo F 435 Noronbrock, Charles 142,330 Norfolk, Calvert W.,Jr 425 Norins, Ellen 425 Norment, Richard 369 Norris, Jomes 368 Norris, Poul 379 455 Morris, Warren 125,127 North wood, Robert 219 Novotny, Thomas 425 NowQskey, Arthur 332 Noziglia, Robert E 425 Nugent, Thomas 251 Null, Charles 332 Null, Gory 142 Nullowney, G 3)3 Nussbaum,Gail 347 Nussboum, Marilyn G 425 Nuttle, Harry 94 Nyborg, Richard 334 O Oakley, George 342 Obrecht, Charles 334 O ' Brien, Ccrmetta « 211 O ' Brien, Eileen 316 Obrycki, Richard 343 O ' Bryon, Carol 317 Och, Frank 368 Ochse, Williom 425 0 ' Connell,JeanM 234,425 O ' Connell, Vol 242 O ' Connor, Thomas 332 Offutt, George 425 Of futt, Warren 425 Odgers, Susan 319 O ' Donnell, Thomces 387 Offin, Richard 385 O ' Flaherty, Harold 208,368 Ohearn,Dale 206 Ogden, Thomas 334 Ogden, Virginia 313,361 Ogdens, Ronald 380 0 ' Hara,J 150 Oidick,A!vin H 425 Oineill, Allan 368 Okerlund, Carol 235 Okon, Sue 360,425 Oles, Edward 123,218,334 Oliva, Thomas 375 Oliver, Alfred 425 Oliver, James W 344 Olson, Patricia 310 Olstad,Jill 318 O ' Maltey, Paul 241 Ominskey, Barry 425 O ' Neill, Denny 191,262 O ' Neill, Richard 341 Onken, Carl 324 Opie, Dennis 346 Oppenheimer, Stffven 326 Opresko, Gregory 1 21 ,324 Orange, Bruce 376 Oremland, Robert 380 Orenstein, Stephen 324 Orgain,Jean 322 Oring, Bob 220,375 Orlando,James 143 Orndoff, Noah E 374 Orndorff, Claude 151,239,383 Orrison, Loretta 235,310 Orfuss, Carl J 425 Orton, George 336 Osborne, Catherine 312 Osburn, Sandy 152,208,349,364 Osgood, Judy 208 Osier, Robert 333 Ostrovitz, William 425 Ostrowski, Paul 372 Ostrowski, Peter 372 Ott,Dick 368 Otto, Gregory 191,330 Oursler,Donna 346,425 Oustecky, Henry 344 Ovenstein, S 376 Over beck, Stephen 388 Overstreet, Judy 350 Overton, Donald E 425 Owen, Allan 327 Owens, Donna 359 Owens, JamesG 381 Owens, James H 384 Owens, Ronald 324 P Pace, Gail 144 Packord,Ginny 315 Packard, Susan E 235,319 Packer, Elliott L 385 Padovano, Frank 367,425 Poff, Joseph P 341 Poi.Sue 225 Painter, Margaret E 315 Paiper, John R 375 Paliiezuk,Wasyl 115 Palmer, David 425 Palmer, Josephine S 311 Palmer, Kenneth 336 Palmer, Shellie 242,333 Palmere, Rita 316,350 Pa ngborn, Thomas 94 Papavasiliou, Sylvia 425 Para, Roymond 337 Pardue, Patricia 353 Parish, George 237 Park,JohnJ 332 Park, ThurlowF 425 Parker, Frederick 340 Parker, Jon B 386,425 Parker, Kotherine H 317 Parker, Penelope J 349,425 Parker, R.N 142 Parker, Donald N 425 Parr, Leslie 208 Parran, Rebecca S 311 Parron, Joel 324 Parson, Duane C 241 Pasa,C 152 Pa sko, James 334 Paskoff, Lewis R 336 Pasnak, Robert 234,390 Pass, Carolyn J 425 Passalacquo, Alessio 144,244,310 Possorew, P 388 Pataky, Karen 235 Patashno, Michael J 334 Patchen, Judith L 313,359 Patrick, Terry L 311,357 Patterson, Alicia 314 Patterson, Chris 228 Patterson, Clarence A 425 Patterson, Dennis C 372 Patterson, John 426 Patterson, Roberta L 426 Paulis, Edward T 336 Pavlatos, Arthur L 143,384 Pavlovsky, Timothy 338 Peacock, Glen G 21 0,332 Peacock, James S 326 Peacock, William E 341 Pearce, Thomas W 209,243 Pearl, Charles E 329 Pearson, Albert 132 Person, Bob 370 Pearson, Robert C 317 Pecarsky, Beatrice 426 Peckman, Jason M 216,217,384,426 Pecora, Forteno N 426 Peers, Penny 354 Pelham, Robert R 338 Pellis, Elizabeth 220 Pelovitz, Cecille 234,310 Pelovitz, Marcia S 310 Peltz, Celeste 355 Pemberton, B 326 Pendleton, Nathan S 426 Pendorf, Paul W 341,426 Penkiunas, Birute A 310,426 Penefeother, Jane 357 Penney, Richard 208 Pentecost, William 330 Peosact, Shellie 321 Perdikaris, Stephanos 426 Perkins, Roger L 330 Perlstein, Diane J 321 Perlzweig, Judith E 310,362 Perseghin, George 125,128,217,426 Persson, Sonja 21 1,236 Peterman, Elizabeth 312 Peters, Edward L 381 Peters, George A 121 Petersen, Sylvia 135 Peterson, Carl E 341 Peterson, Joanne 314 Petresky, John J 426 Petrisin, Lucinda R 318 Petro, Frances E 314 Petrushansky, Marlene 355,426 Pettee, Ben 1 1 1 ,1 1 5,1 1 9,1 50 365,368,426 Pettit,Bill 263 Peyton, George S 343,370 Pezzaro, James 124 Pfaff, Joseph E 330 Pfonnenstiel, Ralph 426 Pfetfer, Helena 233 Pfeifer, John D 330 Pfeifer, Marshall L 341 Pffeiffer, Lawrence D 426 Pffeiffer, Nicolo 143 Pffeiffer, Philip E 240 Pfleeger, Stephen F 426 Phaller, Lawrence J 324,378 Phelps, Roland 368,426 Phillips, Allen L 426 Phillips, Carole 233 Phillips, Dennis 243,329 Phillips, James 143,342 Phillips, Louise 356 Phillips, Mike 326 Phillips, Patricia M 426 Phillips, R ichard 329 Phillips, Ruth 320 Phillips, William C 337 Phipps, Thomas W 386 Picha.Joane 347 Pickering, Richard S 338 Pickett, Judith L 319 Pickons, Sharon 314,363 Pielke,Bob 141,143,338 Pierce, Bob 324 Pierce, Marilyn 120,312 Pierce, Tom 209 Pierrel, Winthrop G 370 Pietrowiak, Martin 344 Pietrzak, Joseph R 338 Pigeon, Frances M 319 Pike, Dorothy 357 Pittman, Dave 228 Pixton, Marvin F 288,426 Pillos, Diane 358 Pi m per, Sandy 353 Pincu5,JohnM 334 Pincuspy, Dione 361 Pines, Carol 362 Pinkner,J 388 Pinkus, Charlotte 144 Piper, Dan 250 Pittle, Shorie 236 Plontholt, James 210 Plontholt, Richard 210 Pleiste, J 377 Plitt, Carl 326 Plowman, Paul 330,426 Plumhoff, James E 368,426 Plummer,Ann 356,426 Plummer, James 239,325,371 Plummer,John E 374 Plutschak, Diane 113,116 Plutshok, Carolyn D 426 Poe, James E 426 456 Poffel, Allon W 369 Poffenborger, Helen C 313 Poist, Suzonne L 311 Pokorny, Anne 31 I Pokorny. Arthur 343 Polanowski, Edward R 288 Pollack, Linda 362 Pollack, R.E 143 Pollekoff, Debbie 150,355 Pollitt, Carole A 320 Polt, Leslie 365,376 Pomerance, Betty 355 Pond, Roberto 371,426 Poole, Johanna E 426 Poole, Lenwood 376 Poole, Virginio L 427 Pooley, Charles K 330 Pooley, Donold 324 Poore, Lindo B 361,427 Pope, Noncy 349 Popp, Richard J 208,427 Porman, A 341 Porter, Carolyn 313 Porter, Jackie 356 Porter, J 387 Porter, Johns 427 Porter, Kolhy 351 Portman, Bonnie J 322 Portner, Morlene 355 Portosh, Susan L 321 Potrushonsky, Morlene 311 Potter, Milton 381 Potts, Russell H 373 Potzner, Barbara 122,152,208,233,317 Powell, James M 324 Powell, Marie W 427 Powell, Steve 367 Powers, Ellen 347 Powers, Richard J 427 Pratt, Williom C 427 Presiosi, R 318 Pressman, Harriet 319 Prestifilippo, Joseph R 427 PriaUohnW 181 Prial, Mary L 320 Price, Annie M 319 Price, Charles M 191,427 Price, H 217 Price, Katherine 318 Price, Lois 427 Price, Patty 353 Price, Suson 322 Price, Wayne L 126,326,427 Primor.M 390 Prince, Pamello S 318 Prince, Warren 390 Printer, Fran 321 Printz, David L 217,427 Prinz, Peter F 329,381 Pritchett, Julie 350 Pritchett, Solly 208,356 Proctor, Charlene 321 Prout, Charles W 324 Prusch, Paula 144,357 Prusch, Williams 427 Pryan, Margaret L 427 Pue, Michael E 324 Pugh, Edward 325 Pugh, William N 291,427 Pulido, Rudolfo A 330,427 Pullen, Melonee 220,315 Purvis, Bob 370 Putmon, James F 370,427 Q Qebert, Carol 357 Quam, Sandy 357 Queries, Charles 381 Quesenberry, Edward 324 Quick, Eleanor J 427 Quinlan, James A 336,427 Quinlisk, Jon F 324 Quinn, P 294 Quinn, Paul 295 Quintilion, Tony 325 R Root, Jan 233 Rabbitt, James 338 Rachuba, Lawrence 427 Racenstein, Fred 137 Rader, Ralph 324 Rader, Richard A 125,127,336,427 Radinsky, Beniomin 336 Raeder, Bernodetfe 316,346 Raffoelo, Kothy 361,427 Rogland, Robert 344 Rainka, Janice 356 Raino, B 382 Rains, B 142 Rains, James 326 Roith.Joon 239,359 Roivel, Williom 330 Rakes, Bonnie 321 Ralph, Phyllis 427 Ralston, Alan A 427 Ramsey, Kay 118,353 Ramsburg, Harry R 143,334 Rand, Bertie 427 Randolph, John N 153,365,387,427 Randour, Mary Lou 352 Ranere, Ronald 332 Rankin, Gary 332 Ropelye, Barbara 313,351 Rophel, Poul 333 Ropp, Janet 130,427 Roppoport, Jane 236,314 Ropson, Frederick W 379,428 Rash, Herbert 294 Rash, Mare D 294 Rasko, Daniel 330 Rothgeber, Ruth 317 Rouch, Laura 194,206 Rovikio, Lois 310 Rawok, Barrie 359 Ray, Grafton 339 Ray, Linda G 111,317,428 Rayne, Ronald 377 Rea, Richard 372 Reagle, George 334 Reams, William 428 Reches, Henry 428 Reck, A 346 Reck, Ken 240 Reckner,S 291 Redfield, Allen 219 Redmiles, Mildred 428 Redmond, Cecil 330 Redmond, James 133,208 Reed, Patricia 347 Reed, Phil 228 Reed, Solly 350,428 Rees, Judith 317 Reese, David H 428 Reese, H 338 Reeve, London 126,367 Reeves, Artmon 428 Reeves, Roymond 373 Reeves, S 371 Regnier, Charles 386 Rehert, Allen F 380,217,125,428 Reich, Joanne 347 Reich, John 329 Reichert, F. Donald 428 Reid, James A 428 Reighter, R 294 Reigle, Patricia 314 Reil, R 333 Rein, Janet H 428 Rem, Jeff rey 366 Remhold, Charles H 428 Reinsiein, Leon 121,341 Reisinger, Patricio 319,358 Reinsner, Barbara 354 Reisner, William F 428 Reiler, Ann 349 Reiter, Sheila 360 Remy.Geles 242 Renfro, Buddy 201 Rennie, Robert 327 Renoff, Ronald 337 Resel, Terri 353 Respass, Howord L 383 Ressin, Chorles 385 Resiiro, Josephine 428 Reusch, George 324 Rever, Dovid 375 Rever,John 377 Rever, Philip 377 Rexroad, Eve 231 Reyman, Lynn 352 Reynolds, Joe 24 1 ,242 Reynolds, Julio A 428 Reynolds, WilmerE 327 Reznikoff, Neil 137 Rhine, William 327 Rhodes, Dewey 428 Ricca, Elaine 1 54,358,364 Rice, Donno 220 Richards, Alan K 428 Richards, Barry 428 Richards, Ernest 234,428 Richards, Robert P 428 Richardson, Donald W 326,387 Richardson, Lawrence 373 Richardson, Martha 357 Richburg, Dorothy 1 34,3 1 0,428 Richey.Jeon 118,361,428 Richmond, Karen 360 Richmond, Lee 360 Richter, Fred 377 Richter, Lois 313 Rickey, Morlin 243 Riddick, Mary T 235 Riddle, William 121,340 Rider, Mory 312 Ridgley, Oliver L 367 Ridgley, W 329 Righlor, Pol 350 Riley, Bill 228 Riley, Dick 241,326 Riley, Robert F 428 Riley,Samuel 390 Ring, Joseph 217,428 Ringger, Ronald 334 Ringgold, Nancy 243 Ringler, Terry 217,325 Riordan.John 239,343 Ripley, Catherine 313 Ripley, Stafford 324 Rishell, Williom 115,428 Ritchie, Jomes 206 Ritchie, Joyne 359 Ritterbusch, Gloria 349 Rittinger, Roger G 428 Riutorl, Anne 356 Rivere, S 314 Roomer, R 314 Robb, Solly 209 Robbins, David 343 Roberts, Al 251 Roberts, Ed word 379 Roberts, Neil 379 Roberts, Philip 337 Robertson, Robert 326 Robertson, W 150,377 Robey, Donold 127 Robey,Elaine 133,361 Robillord, R 338 Robinson, Charles 376 Robinson, Dorothy 118,221,352 Robinson, Ira 334 Robinson, Janice 359 Robinson, John 239,374 Robinson, Linnell 111,113,132,150 353,429 Robinson, Myrna J 429 Robinson, Norma 361,429 Robinson, Richard A 379 Robinson, Wode 429 Robinson, William W 375,429 Roby, Joy 321 Rock, Walter 250 Rockman, Isadore S 385 Rodes, Carole 120,231 Rodmon. ' Murray 380 Rodriguez, Roberto 233,333 Roe, Richard 239,374 Roebuck, Bob 228 Roeder, Robert 337 Roemer, George 340 Roeper, Wilbur 286,373 Rog, Ed 263 Rogers, Jock H 429 Rogers, John 186,187,192,286 Rogers, Lynne 131,311,429 Rogers, Philip 286,287 Rogers, Rita 144,320 Rogers, S 380 Roginski, Thomas 225 Rohd, Stanley 388 Rohrer, Judy 227,311 Roll, Gloria 233,317 Rollin, Dennis 381 Rollings, Doreen 371 Rollins, Thomas 370 Roman, Robert J 371,429 Rombro, Robert 380 Romeo, Frank 371 Romersa.HJ 129 Romine, Richard A 429 Romoser, Bruce 429 Romoser, Donald F 429 Ronco, Bradley 242 Rooney, Patrick 374 Roop, Donald 329,379 Root, Mary C 429 Roppelt, Norman 372 Rosdol, Alice 313 Rose, Alexandria 315 Rose, Joseph 217 Rose, Marsha 319 Rose, Richard 360 Roseman,Mark 385 Rosen, Barbara 348 Rosen, Ellis 429 Rosen, Howard 376 Rosen, Judy 362 Rosen, Louis 376 Rosenberg, Gail 348 Rosenberg, Gwen 348 Rosenberg, Suzanne 360 Rosenbloom, Rona 348 Rosenfeld, Laurence 326 Rosenfeld,Mark 336 Rosengarden, Audrey 360 Rosengarden, Eugene 380,429 Rosenthal, K 388 Ross, Elizabeth 361,429 Ross, Joanne 54,55,224,350 Ross, Joseph — 340 Ross, Philip 379 Rossen,Judy 355 Rossiler, Charlie 191 Rossman, Theodore - 429 Rossomando, Judith 390 Roswell, Patricia 319 Roth, Rolf 124,429 Rothe, Michole 206 Rothenberg, Alan 365,380 Rothenberg,C 291 Rothenburg, Richard 382 Roth man, Lawrence 366 Rothwell, Nancy 352 Rottman,Sue 355 Roundy,Judy 346 Roush,Ann 429 Routenberg, John 187,373 Rovner, Jerome 429 Rowak, Barrie 236 Rowe,JamesH 371 Rowell, Gilliam 128,429 Rowell, John 381 Rowland, Jeanette 182,183 Royal, Doyle 93 Royer, Bill 373 Royer, Mary Ruth 353 Royer, Peggy 357 Rubin, Bob 54,55 Rubin, Eve 348 Rubin, Joy 385 Rubin, Robert 54,55,224 Rubin, Sandra F 429 Rubin, William 336 Rubinstein, Nathan 133 Ruck, Bruce S 429 Ruck, Dennis 208 Rudd,Darrell 237 Ruddick, Gray 370 Rude,Julie 358 Ruderman, David 142 Rudgers, David 344 Rudick, Stanley 131,190,192,334,429 Rudolph, Robyn 136,152,154,187,353 Ruffead, Harold 333 Ruggiero, Robert 337 Ruhling, Robert 234 Ruhs.John 344 Rulhern,M 314 Rumponos, Sheila 352 Ruppersberger, N 351 Rusenfeld, N 388 Rush, Carol 320 Russell, Edward B 429 Russell, Robert A 1 1 5,1 16,1 25,1 28,429 Russell, Sally 361,429 Russell, William P 1 16,125,128,429 Russum, Linda 352 Rutledge, Anne H 430 Ryan, Cathy 233,349 Ryan, Gail 359 Ryan, Linda 319 Ryan, Michael 329 Ryerson, Robert 125,430 Ryskewich, Grace 317 s Sabbath, Dennie 366 Sabel, August J 430 Sabloff, Jeffrey 385 Sachs, Alvin 223 Sachs, Beryl 325 Sachs, Carl 337 Sachs, R 380 Sachs, Robert 150,388 Sachs, Sydney L 430 Sacor, R 367 Sadler, Louis 142 Sadowski, Finka 320 Sadtler, Samuel 291 Sagal, David 385 Sagel, Gerald 333,430 Sagle, Barbara L 430 Saidman, Sheldon 376 Sailer, Terry 310 Sointz, Doris 315 Sakers, Amy 351 Saks, Marilyn 360 Salogonik, Bernard 385 Salgonik, Shirley 314 Salloom, Pat 346,430 Salo, Paul 430 Soloukas, Eftholia 315 Solup, Steve 388,430 Salvo, Joseph 383 Salzer, Richard 325 Sambora, Maryanne 144 Samet, Ester 362 Samora, Walter 368 Sample, John 329 Sampson, George 372 Sampson, Max 233,244,326 Samsel, Sue 208 Samson, Arleen 208 Samuels, David 330,376 Sanalitro, Barbara 231 Sanborn, James M 430 Sanborn, Kathy 361 Sander, Keren 356 Sondera, Vivian 322 Sanders, Horry J 372 Sanders, Michael 371 Sandler, Alan 327 Sandler, Marsha 355 Sandler, Sandra 313 Sanford, David 430 Sanford, Joseph 373 Santa Lucia, Michael 343 Santarella, Daniel 342 Santell, Frederica 390 Santen, Susan 310 Sontoni, Charles 340 Sontoni, Wayne 430 Santz, Ruth 222 Sapp, David W 240 Sapper, Charles H 430 Sapperstein, Barry 3.44 Soppington, Phoebe 144 Sari, Gloria 321 Sari, John 387 Saslaw, Richard 326 Sass, Lois 134,430 Satterfield, Alf 251 Saunders, Melvin 329 Saur, Barry S 242 Saurel, Denise 430 Sauter, Frank 352 Savage, Charlotte 31 6,346 Saver, Barry 241 Savitz, Stanley 385 Sowyer, Benjamin 327 Soxton, Jane 360 Sayler, Anne M 430 Scaggs, Harry 386 Scales, Ronald 294 Scammel, Barry 286 Scammell, Terry 384 Sea narella, John 377 Sconlon, Jean 390 Scanland, Vera B 430 Scarbrough, Corolyn 241 Scarbrough, Rachel 359 Schaaf, Betty 317 Schacher, Rodella 311 Scahdebeck, Richard 219 Schoefer, Anita 317,352 Schoefer, Cam 242,356 Schoefer, Dick 182,183 Schoefer, Ellen 430 Schoefer, Phillip 430 Schoefer, Pamela 31 1 Schaffer, David A 431 Schaffer, G 286 Schaffer, Judy 353,430 Schaffer, Roy 228 Schafferman, Ed 222 Schaftel, Robert 115,1 19,365,388,430 Schammel, Thomos 141,325 Schapiro, Sandi 182,183 Scharf, Michael 385 Schoub, Cathy 122,311 Schoub, Robert L 344 Schecter, Shirley 360,316 Scheer, Jerome D 430 Scheible, Bruce 330 Scheid, Robert 379 Schelz, John P 334,430,123 Schemm, Claudia 350,430 Scher, Philip 385 Scherr, Daniel 380 Scherr, lleen 348,430,134 Schick, Robert 369 Schiff, James W 288 Schiller, Jane 350 Schimel, Borbara 318 Schindler, Bonnie 349 Schlavdecker, Julie 346,430 Schlegel, Anne-Marie 128 Schlesinger, Ronald 366 Schlesmger, Sarah 192,154,430,111,113 Schloss, Donny 430 Schlossmon, More 380 Schlossnagle, Roy 339 SchloUhauer.Jean 208,356,364 Schmidt, Holm 431 Schmidt, Holly 351 Schmidt, Judy 128,356,431 Schmidt,Julie 132,228,431 Schmidt, Richard 336 Schmidt, Roger 336 Schmidt, Williom 239,371,431 Schmidt, William L 374 Schmieler, Jeffrey 379 Schmilt, Mary 31 1,351,364 Schneider, Carol 318,361 Schneider, Charles 327 Schneider, Edward 338,379 Schneider, Freda M 431 Schneider, John F 332 Schneider, Melvin L 340,431 Schnenng, Sandra 316 Schoedler, James 324 Schoeffield, Charles 217 Schoen, Mary 314 Schofer, Marsha E 136,431 Schofield, Brenton 219 Scholtholt, Beryl 319 Schonberg, Paula 231 Schoonover, Gory 324 Sc hopper t, Gary 373 Schreitz,Ann 208 Schrewberry, Jerry 228 Schriver, Philip 381 Schrock, Lovee L 431 Schroeder, David 373,431 Schroeder, Joyce 187,350 Schuebel, Geoge E 386 Schuerhalz, Wilson 338 Schuettinger, Arthur 370 Schul,Jane 363 Schull, Horry 334 Schulmon, Neil 376 Schultz, Carol Lee 350 Schultz, Rodger 370 Schuiz, Carol L 431 Schwab, Norman K 366,431 Schwartz, Andrea 320 Schwartz, Barbara 313 Schwortz, Brian 220,337 Schwartz, Cynlhio 346 Schwartz, Edward 377 Schwartz, Jock J 431 Schwartz, LindoS 431 Schwartz, Michael L 336 Schwortz, Riche 360 Schwartz, Sandro 362 Schwartzberg, Charles J 431 Schweitzwe, S 320 Schweit, F 339 Scionnella, Joseph A 431 Sclor, Marcio 431 Scollon, Nancy 356 Scott. Gary 141 Scott, John 329 Scott, Judith 314 Scott, Noncy 357 Scott, Pamela 346 Scoville, Marianne 133,431 Scullin, Joanne 352 Scurte, Conrad V 337,431 Scurto,Conrod 370 Seabold, Bob 239,374 Seobold, Williom 386 Seobrook, Richord 334 Seoby,Bill 191,324 Sebro, Soro 320 Sech1mon,Ed 130 Secor,Dick 365 Seeler, Morjorie 431 Seeney, K 319 Segelbaum, Huguette 233 Sehen, Ronold 217 Seibold,Bill 370 Seiler, Marguerit 320 Seller, Nancy 319 Selckmann, Joanne 314,356 Seldeen, Borbora L 431 Selig, Barry 330 Seligmon, Ellen 360 Seligson, Sandra 200,206 Seline, John 371 Sell, William 327 Sellierg,B 388 Seltzer, Renee 362 Selznik,Jeff 191 Semb, Allen 431 Semmo, Sandro 321 Sener, Lynda 350 Sengstock, Warren 383 Senn,Judy 354 Serber, Pot 355 Serrin, Shirley 356 Service, Poul 431 Settler, Harold 380 Shodid, Raymond 208 Shofer, Robert 333 Shoffar, David 134 Shoffermon, Edward 216 Shoffrey, Robert M 386,431 Shakhashiri,Amal 144 Shakha5hiri,Maho 354 Shallcross, Carolyn 321,361 Sholvitz, Sally 348 Shamp, Mary K 431 Shonnohan, Samuel 431 Shapiro, A 143,366 Shopiro, Chorles 296 Shapiro, Joel 388 Shapiro, Sandi 1 87,388 Shapiro, Sonford 366,431 Shoplin, Lawrence 431 Shorp, Corollynn 358 Shorp, Karen 311 Sharp, Ralph 208 Shaver, William 432 Show, Anne 318 Shaw, Arthur 125,127,432 Show, Borbora 220 Shaw,T 339 Showker, Thomas 334 Shay, Liz 362,432 Shearer, Carol 350 Shearer, Francis 383 Sheehon, Doniel 330 Sheehon, Kathleen 310 Sheehon, Pot 191,317 Sheehe,John 135 Sheehy, Moureen 317 Sheer, Richard 366 Sheesley, John 344 Sheffler, Paul 327 Shelton, Maurice 336 Shemer, Joyce 322 Shepard, Pom 354,371 Sheperd,Toni 352 Sheppord, Philip 144 Sheppe, Wayne 340 Sher, Richard 191,388 Sheridan, Gail 358 Shermon, Judith 310 Sherman, J 313 Sherman, Michael 234,239,379 Sherman, Richard 366 Sherrill, Richord J 432 Sherwood, Poul 432 Shevitz, Stephen 376 Shewchuk, Serge 132,344 Shields, Faith 220 Shinn, Alon 330 Shiner, Dick 250 Shinker, Warren 367 Shipley, Donald 334 Shipley, Gerald 341 Shirk, Jeonellen 144 Shirrifs, Bunny 351,364 Shoemoker, Alon 371 Shook, Carol 363,432 Short.Joyce 187,359,364 Short, Peggy 359 Shorlholl, William 330 Show,Glenn 129 Shreiber, Joseph 24 1 Shuey, Kenneth 233 Shugormon, Joel 380 Shuger, Rebecco 348 Shuger, Richard D 432 Shuman,Condy 206,234 Shumate, Roland 377 Shure, Morilyn 350 Shuster, Sandra 319 Shvondo, Chorles 386 Siohotgor, Sodegh 233 Sibley, Robert 329,382 Sidle, Jules 385,432 Siegel, B 376 Siegel, Fern 321 Siegel, Malcolm 376 Siegel, Stephen 380 Siegmon, Ellen 355 Siegman.Myrno 355.432 Sigel, Barry 343 SIgler, D 132 SIgnor, Virginio 352 Sikoro, John 251 Silber, Borry 380 Silbiger, Clifford 388 Silver, Arlene 236,318,355 Silver, Frank 387 Silver, Karen 321 Silverman, Bob 385 Silverman, Lynn 362 Silverstein, Glorio 360 Si mo, Gordon 334 Simmons, Bonnie 317,359 Simmons, Lorry 216,432 Simmons, Morvin 432 Simmons, Ronnie 432 Simms,Brenda 134 Simms, William 124,432 Simon, Herbert 369 Simpson, Alon 123 Simpson, Michoel 371 Simpson, Normon 208 Simpson, Roy 132 Sims, James 381 Sims, Sylvia 357 Singer, Elliott 385 Singley, Ann 432 Sippel, John 379 Sirlin, Francis 348 Siscovick, Harriet 432 Sitoros, Anthony 327 Sitoros, Ponoyiots 372 Sitnick, Rito 432 Skalicky, Emil 124,432 Skorr, Robert 325 Skebo, Richard 341 Skinner, Bobbie 312,346 Skoglund, Donno 187 Sloiter, Corolyn 363 Sloter, William 330 Slovin, Morgoret 182,183 Sloybough, George 333 Slenning, Lt. Col. Brodford 432 Slevin, Patricio 318 Slicher, Nancy 315 Slif er, Stephen 329 Slotsky, Dena 362 Slott, Barry 344 Slye, Orville 432 Small, Kathleen 316,351 Smallwood, Martha 321 Smariga, Bob 227 Smart, Valerie 352 Smelkinson, Rita 432 Smith, Andrew 341 Smith, Ann 245,354 Smith, Armine 318 Smith, Barbara 358 Smith, Bege 359 Smith, Bob 373 Smith, Bob 234 Smith, Bobbi 315 Smith, Bruce 373 Smith, Burt 330 Smith, Clifton 138,341,432 Smith, D 288 Smith, David 210 Smith, Delano E 432 Smith, Dick 289 Smith, Dottie 322,363 Smith, Doug 382 Smith, Dudley 241 Smith, G 371 Smith, Gory 371 Smith, Guy 218 Smith , Harold B 432 Smith, Harry L 115,141,217,432 Smith, Howard 432 Smith.J 371 Smith, J 332 Smith, Janette 358 Smith, John H 336 Smith, John H 330 Smith, Kenny 230 Smith, Lea 315 Smith, Leonord 334 Smith, Leslie 120 Smith, Morcio 339,358 Smith, Mary 347 Smith, Philip 329,377 Smith, R 286 Smith, Rex 432 Smith, Richard K 143 Smith, Robert M 332 Smith, Roberts 339,368 Smith, Robert W 432 Smith, Ronald E 433 Smith, Solly 135,354,433 Smith, Samuel A 338 Smith, Sandra 346,364 Smith, Shelby 373 Smith, Stuart 330 Smith, Susan J 315,433 Smith, Thomas E 206,371 Smith, Wayne 289,288 Smith, Wayne A 433 Smith, William B 111,115,125,128 151,141,240,373,433 Smith, William D 217,324 Smyles, Joseph 377 Smyth, John T 433 Snay, Roswitha 242,433 Snider, Donald 333 Snow, Barbara 317,356 Snyder.Allan 191 Snyder, Diane 208,388 Snyder, Marsholl 373 Snyder, Ronald 385 Snyder, Timothy 329 Snyderman, Stephen 334 Sober, Dave 216,217 Sober, Eugene 330 Sober, Morvin A 433 Sobers, David G 433 Sobhoni, Ashore 234 Sokol, Gene 134,116,219,337,433 Soldstein, N 288 Solgere, Judith A 433 Solins, Judy 362 Sollod, Perie 433 Sollod, Sandy 120 Solomon, Larry 376 Solomon, Mimi 360 Soltoff, Marilyn 360 Somerville, Shirley 208 Sommer, B 313 Sommerfield, Edward 433 Sommers, Emily 355 Sonderegger, Jean 322 Sommers, Sharon 362 Sondheimer, Carol 355 Soper, Judy 120,351,317 Sours, Wayne P 433 Sousane, Joseph 433 Sousane, L 310 Southworth, Anne 206,194,433 Sowers, Dennis A 433 Spar, Toby 348,433 Sparhawk,John 142,433 Sporti, Helen 318 Specht, David 340 Speclor, Herbert 385 Spedden, George 338,433 Speert, Bonnie 433 Spellman, Beverly 318 Spence, David 340 S pence, James W 433 Spence, William 329 Spencer, Alan L 375,437 Spencer, Betty 361 Spencer, Ernest 210,368,433 Spero, Stephen 344 Sperschneider, Mary 234 Spicer, Curtis 386,433 Spiegel, Butch 289 Spiegel, Jonas 288 Spiegel, Marlene 313 Spinella, Joseph 333 Spitler, Philip 344 Spitz, Richard 433 Sprague, William 326,386 Sprecher, David 188 Springer, B 336 Springmann, Fague 208 Spuras,Jennia 317 Sraer, Diana 359 Srnka, Diana 231 Stack, Frank 234 Stack, Melino 357,144 Stadd, Steven 385 Stacy,James 243 Staehling, Norman W 433 Stafford, John 150,151,318,379 Slag, Irene 321 Stahley, Sharon 353 Stohmer, Corsten 325 Stoley, Constance 321 Stoley, Thomas 141,338 Stallings, William 433 Stallone, John 344 Stallone, Peter 333 Stamm, Jackie 356,144,434 Stant, Marianne 346 Stanwood, Thora 349 Stopf, Irwin 334 Staples, P 387 Starbuck, Larry 324 Stark, Carolyn 347 Stork, Elwood 372,341 Stork, Louise 120,235 Starling, Michael 365,370 Storner, Carl 334 Starr, Beverly 321 Stasiulotia, William 295,150 Stathom, Thomas 338 Stoton, Harold 217,434 Staufenberger, Richard 386,128,434 Staubs, Donna 363 Stauffen, Chris 289 Stauffer, Gory 373,288 Steckman, Carol 355 Steelberg, Healey 340 Stefonowicz, Melvin 374 Stehle, William 434 Ste Ste Ste Ste Ste Ste Stei Stei , Nc 322 linbach, Barry 237,376,434 ■inbeir, G. William 434 ■inberg, Joseph 153,366 linberg, Phyliss 434 nan, Stephen G 388 r, Allan 143 r, Cheryl 321 Stellmacher, Inga 208 Stellmacher, Irene 233 Stephens, John 121,368 Stephenson, Robert 143 Stfephenson, Sherry 349 Stern, Allan 366 Stern, Barry 366 Stern, Joan 182_3 Stern, Susan 182_3 Sternberg, Rhoda 360 Sterrett, Frank 332 Stetler, Russel 339 Stevens, Dennis 338 Stevens, Ed 239,379 Stevens, Howard L 1 3 1 , 1 90,434 Stevens, James R 219,333,434 Stevenson, Diana 152,322 Stevenson, Margaret 356,377 Stevenson, Sue 244 Stewart, Beverly 310,363 Stewart, John D 329,381 Stewart, Kothy 346 Stiertz, Francis 353 Stiller, Dianne 208,352 Stine, David 310 Stinehort, Lynn 314 Stirling, Judy 208 Stivaletti, Michael 379,434 Stockdale, William 343 Stockman, William 386 Stockton, Vivian 319 Stoddard, Susan 434 Stokes, Mary 314 Slokey, Roger 241 Stolberg, Lawrence 385 Stoler, Hannah 355,434 Stombler, Milton 434 Stone, Andrew 330 Stone, Howard 134,434 Stone, Susan 352 Stone, W 385 Stone, William 379 Stoner, Charles E 434 Stoton, Sharon 208 Stottlemyer, Carroll 217 Stonebraker, Dale 313 Stouffer, Carolyn 318 Stout, Lilburn 134,434 Stout,Margin 126,216,222 Stover, Judy 144,346 Strockue, D 314 Stromski, Robert 381 Slrondquist, Jean 357 Strasbaugh, George 434 Straub, Henrik 434 Straughon, Paulo 434 Strausbough, W. L 192 Strauss, Helene 348 Streoker, Herbert 227,367 cklond, Carolyn 144,346 ckland, Jennis 330,384 egeUohn 338 egel, Lillian 313 Sirobel, Charles 338 Slrohm, Thomas 336 Stromberg, Rolond 132 Strong, Charles R 379 Strope, Borbara 434 Struck, Judith 434 Stuart, Margery 434 Stump, Cecilia 313,357 Sluppler, Stephen 366 Sturgill, Larry 243 Sturm, T homos E ,. 434 Sukeena, Dick 251 Sulen, Alex 282,283 Sullivan, Bob 374 Sullivon, Dovic " 150,379 Sullivan, Emily 434 Sullivan, James 377 Sullivan, K 387 Sullivan, Lucille 317,351 Sullivan, Mory 320 Sullivan, Mary L 318,434 Sullivan, W 381 Summers, Jackie 206 Surosky, Millie 355 Susel, Richard M 324,434 Sussman, Gerald 366 Suter, B 371 Suter, Joon 390 Sutherlond, Gerry 387 Sutphin, Hozel J 316 Sutton, David B 124,434 Sutton, Margaret 435 Sutton, Paula 232 Sutton, Robert 330 Swonson, Anne 358,435 Swonson, Carolyn 357 Swanson, Jean 220 Swonson, Roland A 435 Swortz, Linda 322 Sweeney, Cecil F 435 Sweeney, Edward W 435 Sweren, Martin 1 37,334,435 Swetlow, Joel 366 Swick, Corol 322 Swick, John 338 Switzer, George 324,381 Switzer, Richard D 435 Swoger, Carol 356 Swoger, Pat 351 Swomley, Susan 318 Sybor, Adrian 130,435 Sykes, David 365,371 Symons, T. B 94 Symonds, Thomas 141 Szeliga, Leonard 342 T Toback, Stephen D 388 Tabor, Merle 360 Tachois, L 314 Toggort, Ginny 118,383,363 Togtmeyer, Elizobeth 311 Tolbott, John D 373 Tolbott, Richard B 435 Talk, Helen 310 Tolley, James 435 Tolley, John R 399 Tamburo, Stephen 333 Tankersley, Albert 329 Tant, Kolene 21 1 Tannebaum, Stanley 8 325 Tapper, Michael 344 Tarcaz, Frances 314 Tarkington, Frank 143 Tarleton, Dione 208 Tase, Albert 435 Tate, Bob 390 Tate, Tom 390 Tailor, Sluorl 366 Tatum, Linda 122,128,231,221,363 Tatum, Myrna 435 Towson, Peter 210 Taylor, Bill 243 Taylor, Corol 208,352,390 Taylor, Dick 287 Taylor, Douglas 224 Toylor, Helen 352 Toylor, Ingo 353 Toylor, John R 435 Taylor, Janet 311 Taylor, Judy 311,347 Taylor, Lawrence A 337,219 Taylor, Norman 343 Taylor, Patrick 435 Taylor, R 286 Taylor, Richard 216 Toylor, Richard M 435 Taylor, Ronald E 219 Taylor, Sue 361 Toyman, Barry 344 Teogue, Ernest 379 Teore, Paul 208 Teel, Adrian 377 Tegges, Nicholas 333 Telfer, Pot 314 Tenley, George 370 Tennant, Helen 317 Tepper, Julian 387,194 Teramani, Mary 315 Terzick,Jane 352 Teter, Ann 359,313 Tockcer, Richard 377 Thames, Bob 372 Thatcher, Curtis 294 Thatcher, William 367 Theis,John 123,208,218,435 Thigpen, Neal 381,365 Thom, Betty 352 Thomas, Doniel 326 Thomas, John A 124,435 Thomas, Judy 354 Thomas, Maryan 187 Thomas, 371 Thomas, Susan 318,346 Thomas, Tony 382,226 Thomas, William 125,338,372,218 Thomoson, Joan 310 Thomasson, Cathy 235 Thome, Dennis ' 435 Thompson, Albert 333,219,435 Thompson, Borbara 313 Thompson, C. Susan 319 Thompson, Durke 373 Thompson, David 369 Thompson, J 38 1 Thompson, James E 330 Thompson, James R 343 Thompson, Joan 310 Thompson, John L 326 Thompson, Mary 351 Thorton, Betty 435 Thrgben, Neol 119 Tighe, Lynne 358 Tihon, Suzonne 435 Tilford, Nancy 239,358 Tilford, Solly 358,435 Timchin,Joon 360 Timin, Paul 340 Timmermon, Jack 206 Tippeft, Lewis 336 Tippett, Wilfred 1 24,435 Tischinger, Jock 387,228 Titunik, Iro 380 Toboch, Libby 360 Tobin, Patrick 127,368,141,435 Tolle, Kayleen 314 Tolson, Janet Lee 356,435 Toomey, Frank 251 Tommey, William 332 Topping, Groydon 339,435 Torop, Irene 355 Torrieri, Rino 310.436 Toth, Alexander 381 Toth, Nick 241 Townsend, Lawrence 142,338 Trocet, Donald 182 Trogle, Joseph 373 Trakas, Robert 326 Troinor, Paul 135 Traley, G 371 Trammell,Teri 144,221 Tronchitello, Catherine 390 Troppe, Jacques 239 Trossevin, Jeanne 345 Trottler, Henry 366,436 Trover, Paul 210 Treat, John 343,370 Trebilcock, Karen 136,316 Trebilcock, Margoret 317 Tressler, Sheila 357 Tretter, Steven 1 15,436 Trios, Michoel 436 Tribbett, Susan 357 Tripp, William 386.436 Trivos, Paulo 360 Trivits, Donald 337 Trofost, Koren 356 Trott, Thomas 387 Trotter, Barbara L 436 Troy, William 333,436 Truitt, Gloria 31 1 Trombouer, Joseph 340 Trust, Donald 116,125,153,218,436 Trust, W 286 Tubbert, B 339 Tucci, Frank 436,186 Tucker, Edward 325,216 Tucker, Peter W 373,436,288 Tudisco, Fronk 200 Tumcio, A 327,384 Turnbull, Jeanne 436 Turnes, David 326 Turner, Garland 336 Turner, Morjorie 118,350,436 Turner, Robert 387 Turner, Ronold 143 Turner, Stephanie 133,436 Turner, William 286 Turner, William P 436 Turney, Richord 372 Tuscek,J 319 Tutum, M 314 Tuttle, C.E 94 Twining.J 373 Twitty,Jerold 390 Tydings, Carole S 351 Tydings, J 377 Typings, S 313 Tyler, L 344 Tuur, MoryA 436 Tweed, McDonald W 436 U LJhIfelder, Dennis 326 Ulmon, Frieda 321 Ulrich, David 208 Underwood, John 370 Updyke.John 325 Uphom, Charles 141,338 Uroiles,C 325 Llrbon, Allan 326 Uriock, John 344 Uttenreither, Korl 338 Utz, Horry 212 Utz, Richard T 338 V Voezi.Hassah 233 Valosco, Baldomero 436 Valcik.Jerry 127,324 Valencia, Morio 150,350 Valente, Bill 365,370 Volente, William E 436 Voliant, Betty 349 Vails, Rafael 341 Von, Phan Tuong 436 VonArnam, William L 436 Vance, Diane E 436 Vcnderwelde, Kent 436 Vonderwerker, John 368,436 Vankuyk,Joan 352 VanNess, Carroll 336 VanOrder, Sue 232,346 VonRauth, Hedy 358 VcnReenan, Donald 288 VanRoyan, Anneliese 243 VanRoyer, Annelise 436 VanSant, Nancy 354 VanSant, Patricia 226 VanScoyoc, Stephen 343 Varga, Andrew 340 Vorre, Pasquale A 436 Vartabedian, Joseph 330 Varuolo, Joseph 372 Voss, Oscar 125,134 Vass, Ray 219,330,436 Veerhees, Kay. 357 Veitch, Fletcher 218 Veith, Reno 315 Veley, Peter 129 Verbit, Vicki 234 Verdecchia, Joseph 386 Vermillion, Robert 373 Ver sis, Thomos 436 Verzi, Thomas 372 Vesperman, William 341 Videlo, Charles 340 Videla, HugoL 125,127,437 Vigil, Rafael 437 Villamizar, Mario F 437 Villaromon, Maria T 233 Violett, Robert 141 Virden, Jon 437 Vitalone, Dick 381 Vogel, Donald B 437 Vogelbut, Phyllis 362 Vogelsang, Arthur 344 Vogt, Leonard 343 Vogt, Marilynn 317 Volcyak, Edward 338 Voorhees, Koy 133 Vosswinkel, Robert 1 19,239,374,437 Voyatzis, Kathy 359 Vrano, Barbara 346 W Wachsmuth, Charles 386 Waddell, Jane 314 Wade, Hughs 437 Wade, Jane A 437 Wagaman, Penny 187,239 Wagner, David 344 Wagner, Emily 231,316 Wagner, Judith 318 Wogner, Renetta 236,349 Waidner, Fritz 291,292,374 Waidner, George 1 437 Woinwright, Saroh 322 Waissman, Kenneth 111,192,380,437 Waldemar, John 437 Walder, Edward 373 Walker, Bernard 324 Walker, Carolyn 356,437 Walker, Donald 387 Walker, Elizobeth 314 Walker, Esaias 369 Walker, James 286 Walker, June L 437 Walker, Lynn Allen 144,322 Walker, Orris 210,344 Walker, Patricia 322 Walker, Robert 332 Walker, Sandra 322 Wall, Louis S 129,437 Wallach, Nolan R 133,437 Wallenhorsf, Charles 344 Wollis, Thomas L 437 Wallower, Jackie 315,354 Walls, Leslie 330 Walsh, Kathleen 235,318 Walsh, Michael 333 Wolsh, Richard 224 Walsh, William C 94 Walston, James 327 Walstrum, Annalee 133,310 Walter, Bernard 286,373 Walter, Patricia 220,236,319 Walters, Stephen 385 Wampler, Howard 338 Wampler, Woyne 123 Wanless, Helen 359,437 Wann, Frances 225 Wontz, Nancy 359 Ward, DaleL 437 Ward, DonaldT 379,437 Ward, John 325,381 Ward, Joyce 351 Ward, Susan 313 Ward, William H 142,216,437 Warfield, Joanne 144 Warfield, Susan 318 Warhol, Alexandria 347 Warhol.John J 369,437 Waring, Kathi 354 Warner, Darryl 239,374 Warner, Robert C 141,152,153,154 219,390 Warren, Edward 327,437 Warren, Susie 346 Wasileski, Nicholas 377,437 Wasko, Carl 333 Wasmer, Pedro 1 1 1 ,1 1 5,1 19,150 151.381,437 Wasser, Barbara 134,359,437 Waterman, Joan 350 Watkins, Kristine 133 Watki ns, Maureen 356 Watrous, Laurence 344 Watson, Barbara 350 Watts, Davidson 208,327 Watts, Glenn 384 Watts, Winona 346,437 Way, Edward 333 Woys, Franklin L 437 Weary, Sue 214 Weaver, Carolyn 437 Weaver, Iris 317,351 Weaver, Jean 136,170,214,353,438 Webb, Glenn 370 Webb, James 373 Webb, Ralph 324 Webb, Van 334 Weber, Barbara 318 Weber, Bruce 181,240 Webster, Ariel 135,208 Webster, Charles 373,438 Webster,Janet 319 Webster, Kathy 350 Wechsler, Ellen 192 Weeks, Susan 320 Weems, Raymond 333 Wehland, Charles 329 Wehmann, Kenneth 344 Weidmann, Michael 330 Weil, Karen 362 Weinberg, Arthur 376 Weinberg, Leslie 366,438 Weinberg, Priscillo 118,122 Weinberg, Vickie 211 Weinblatt, Robert 388 Weiner,Alan 324 Weiner, Arnold 388 Weiner, Ronald 376 Weiner, Wendell 216,224 Weinfeld, Julians 142 Weinger, Sanford D 125,134,438 Weingroff, Gary 245,326 Weinkam,Mary 321 Weinman, Z.J 362 Weinstein, Margy 355 Weinstein, Ronny 355 Weintraub, Rona 360 Weirch, Lynn 233 Weiss, Lenora 313 Weiss, Marilyn Joan 438 Weiss, Sandy 354 Weiss, Walter 137 Weissman, Sharon 357 Weitzman, Donald 366 Welch, Norman 332 Weller, Jr., Dan 134,125,153,219,438 Weller, Donald 325 Wells, Ann 356,438 Wells, Jane 350 Wells, Marcus 288,289,368 Welsh, James G 237 Welsh, Jr., Ralph D 438 Welsh, Sharon 208,356 Welty, Neil Jerry 119,153,370,438 Wendt, Charles 324 Wendt, Ed 228 Wenzing, Thomas 344 Werle, Christian P. F 128,438 Wertz, Dennis 381 Werweth, Russ 125,134,219 Wescoe, Carolyn 321 Wessel, Herman 126,216,374,438 Wessel, Ronald 230 Wesser, Jocelyn 223,361 West, Bonnie 141,316 West, Philip 387 Westerman, Arnold 376,438 Westin, Paul E 438 Wetzel, Ann 317 Wetzel, Fran 357 Wexler, Allan 181 Whalen, Sandra 322 Wharff, Mary Jane 351 Wharton, Jane 122,151,154,353 Wharton, Margaret 353 Wheatly, Michael 383,438 Wheatly, Pat 135,21 1 Wheatly, Robert 381 Wheeler, Barbara 359 Wheeler, Edmund 383 Wheeler, William 208 Whisenand, Thomas 329 White, Andrea 136,214,363,438 White, Don 251 White, Dorothy A 438 White, Edna 236 White, George 338,372 White, KatherineE 438 White, Kay 113,136,310,347 White, Linda J 438 White, Maurice 367 White, Peggy 346 White, Thomas 438 White, William 119,381,438 Whiteback, Emily 208 Whiteford, Daniel 330 Whitehead, Edward 383,438 Whitehurst, Mrs. John L 94 Whiteley, Sarah 357,438 Whitener.Wade 368 Whitman, Jean 363 Whitmore, Mark 370 462 Whilmore, Thomas 370 Whiton, Anne I 18,346 Whiton, Maude A 438 Whiltington, Carolyn 152,438 Whitwarth, Susan 350 Widerman, Andrea 133,350 Widmeyer, Diane 359 Wiedecker, Chorles 330 Wiedel, Joseph 129 Wien, Joel 376 Wiener, Richard 380,438 Wiener, Wendell 54,55,131 Wiest, Sue Ellen 316 Wigginion, Robert F 438 Wighl, Sandra 363,364 Wikonder, Frank G 374 Wilberi, Blaine 243 Wilburn, Judith A 136,439 Wilcox, Belly 354,364 Wilcox, Donna 320 Wild, Skip 353 Wilder, Patricia 310 Wiles, Darrell 326 Wiley, R.C (Dr.) 216 Wilfong, Margaret 321 WiHson, Solly 315 Wilhelm, Gory 330 Wilkinson, Joan 120,351 Will, Deonno 319 Willosch, Roland 339 Willen.ldo 118,122,221,348 Willen.Joan 221 Williams, Forrest 208 Williams, Joseph B 324 Williams. Jim 384 Willioms, John 377 Williams, John T 336 Williams, R 332 Williams, R 329 Williamson, Earl 330 Williamson. Jr., Fred H 439 Williamson. Jon 372 Williamson, Ray 386 Willich. Thomas E 137,439 Willis. Dennis 125 Willis. Donald 115,116,125,128 333,439 Willis. Judith 318 Willis. Sandra 351 Wilmoi, Wayne 121 Wilmoth. Douglas 338 Wilmoth. Robert 341 Wilson, Albert W 439 Wilson, Borbara 313 Wilson, Cheryl 315 Wilson, David 387 Wilson, David H 326 Wilson, Harold W 288,439 Wilson. Henry 387 Wilson. James A 324,439 Wilson, Joan 310 Wilson, Mary 228 Wilson. Mary Ann 354 Wilson. Neill 381.439 Wilson. Richard A 439 Wilson, Roberts 439 Wilson, Susan 321 Wilson, Thomas 342,370 Wilt, Milgrig 208 Wimer, Warren B 439 Winont. Walter 243 Winberry. Pam 126,316,353 Windham. Nancy 227.322 Windisch. John 333.439 Winebrener, Thomas 330 Winehell, Barbara 361 Wingote, Thomas H 439 Winkler. Patricia 310 Winmeyer, Robin 381 Winter, Bruce 121,245,326 Wirak. Donald 129,208,336 Wire, Ann 317,350 Wirtensohn, Morie 208 Wirth, Richard J 379,439 Wise, Carl 344,379 Wise, Susan 310 Wiseman, Michoel 336 Wishort, Robert 330 Wisotski,C 294 Witt, Robert 369 Witten. Robert 343 Wiltman, Stephan 383,439 Wobbeking, Lea 31 1 Wolf, Barbara 358 Wolf, Carol 348,439 Wolf, Erich 210 Wolf, Marilyn 348 Wolf. Ronald G 439 Wolfe. Wayne 141 Wolfersberger, Wayne 372 Wolff. Elise 360 Wolf son, Israel 325 Wolfson, Stanley 390 Woo, Lem F 225,337 Wood, Anne Shirley 208 Wood. Bill 151.373 Wood, Chancy L 142 Wood, Diane 312,356 Wood, Dot 346 Wood, James 343 Wood, James H 365,439 Wood, Mary Lynne 144,346 Wood, Raymond 217,439 Wood, Sandra 144,321 Wood. Valerie 363,364 W ood. William G 386 Woodard. Robert 141,439 Woodbury, B 291 Woodchek, Marjorie 357 Woodchek, Robert E 439 Woodruff, Joanne 356 Woods, Bill 371 Woods, Jack 381 Woods. Susan 317,355 Woodward, Susan 318 Woody, David 372 Woolley, Evelyn 133,312,439 Wool ley. George 219 Woolley. Sarah 316 Woolen, Bob 338 Woolen. Richard 338 Workman. David M 439 Worrall, Douglas G 151,192 Worsham, Robert 332 Wortman, Dennis 133 Woryk. Willard 342 Wray, Lillian 358,439 Wright, Anne 317,351 Wright. Barbara 317,350 Wright, David 141,324 Wright, Poul D 383 Wright, Preston W 329 Wu. Gordon 225,342 Wu. R 324 Wueste,Judy 354 Wverfel, Judy 439 Wyond, Frances 346 Wyalt, Barbora 321 Wycherley. Alan 324 Wylesworth. Theodore ' 40 Wymon.Paul 128.217.325,439 Wyre, Duke 251 Wyvill,Buddy 386 Yoffe, Sue 348 Yaney, George 244 Yang, Jackson 225 Yoniger, Nesso 208,439 Yano,Gail 144,311 Yarwood, Williann 369 Yeager, Mary Ann 208 Yeager, Roy 370 Yeal,Mimi 349 Yehl, Mary L 439 Yingling, Donold 330 Yost, Ronald 219,336,440 Young, Borbaro 208 Young, Carl L 440 Young, David 338 Young, Diane J 136,346,440 Young, Leslie D 377,440 Young, Neil 330 Young, Sue E 243,440 Younkins, Frederic 325 Yudin, Henne 1 440 z Zacherle, AlanK 343 Zachidny, Robert 383 Zalor, Jose 367 Zaiewski. Andrews A 440 Zolis. 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