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f flO M rSH a«i vjLJvU ' life is searching for Hnstant . . i . . . that doesn ' t exist Published by the Undergraduate Student Body of the University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland. 1967 mw Cover design and picture by Paul Connor terrapin 57 vol. 66 Ken Firestone Marci Scherr Judith A. Siege! Ellen Kurtz Joe Trocino 1967 editor managing editor art director copy editor picture editor distributi on by Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity Phil Geraci, Faculty Advisor Writing Staff: Kathy Blieth, Dave Bourdon, Michael Dodd, Peggi Drum, S. Einbinder, Stan Goldberg, Ann Keller, Fran Klatzkin, Linda LIghtbody, Drew Marks, Liz Miller, Mike Olesker, Sammy Schenker, Dick Stoll, Carl Tretter, Ruth Wagner. Photographic Staff: Richard Berlin, Gene Boyars, Milton Buchler, II, Dave Bourdon, Joe Carson, Hen- ning Christoph, Bill Clark, Ken Firestone, Bill Kesler, Claude Morse, Mike Rossoff, Karl W. Sanger. Assistant Editors: J. Englebrect, B. Goffman, S. Kan- tor, E. Rosenberg, L. Taylor, B. Weiner. Senior Section Staff: L. Billingsley, E. Block, M. Bryant, M. Diamond, M. Gold, R. Humiston, B. Kna- pik, C. Marlow, P. Perry, B. Rascouar, B. Rose, M. Robinson, G. Sherman, B. Simms, S. Smith, C. Tutle, L. Ward, S. Yevzeroff. Editorial Assistants: Gene Boyars, Fran Klatzkin, Mike Nugent. News Board: Ira Allen, Jerry Ceppos, John Purnell, Larry Werner. Table of Contents Creative Maryland 8 Dance 10 Art 22 Theatre 34 Music 46 Photography 58 Experimental Theatre 70 Flying Follies 76 Madrigals 82 News Log 88 Features 108 Homecoming 156 Features 160 Commuters 200 Football 214 Cross-Country 226 Soccer 230 Basketball 234 Wrestling 244 Swimming 248 Lacrosse 252 Baseball 256 Track 260 Tennis 266 Graduation 268 Administration 276 Colleges 285 Communications 291 Dorms 307 Sororities 333 Fraternities 343 Honoraries 360 Organizations 380 Queens 396 S.G.A 405 Teams 413 Seniors 428 Creative Maryland by Ann Keller 1....2....3.... pull up in the torso . . . 2 . . . 3 . . . that ' s better now SHARP! No. . .No. . .No. . .let ' s try again. . . Dance. The outer expression of an inner life set to music. Modem dance . . . freer than ballet, but equally disciplined . . . more introspective than jazz ... A war baby, born with the century in the rebellion of a few against the tyranny of traditional dance forms that no longer throbbed with the rhythm of contemporary America . . . wafting its youth along the currents of free-flowing breezes, exulting in its liberation from the claustrophobia of rigid form, indulging too much, perhaps, in self-expression, mysticism .... running, as all youth, too swiftly for control. .... Waking from the revel of just being . . . turning inward, seeking the why and the how . . . experimenting freely, but critically, with body movement, with assymetry, with the arcs of space between an impetus, fall, and recovery, with the most organic of all beats, the pulsation of blood through its courses concerned now not with self, but with those common rhythms that link all selves. . . . Duncan, St. Denis, Shawn, Weidman, Humphrey, Gra- ham . . . each catching the pulse and quickening it toward maturity . . . The studio: " here you are in competition only with the dancer you hope to become " . . . where no half- way measures are tolerated .... where the body is trained with rigour so that one day, it may dance with freedom . . . October-summit conference . . . Guess what? We have to get started on the concert . . . Huh? It ' s only October! The con- cert isn ' t til April . . . And just how long do you think it takes to conceive, cast, choreograph, rehearse, stage, cos- tume, and Hght a show ... a week? . . . Who ' s doing dances? Has anyone gotten started? . .-. Well, several have ideas . . . perhaps they ' d better get moving! November-rehearsal . . . 2 . . . 3 . . . that ' s better . . . now, again . . . No, the step is right but the feeling isn ' t there. I want more tension, more power . . . Hell, we ' ve been re- hearsing for two hours . . . I ' m dead! What do you want? Blood? . . . Nope. Just more sweat . . . December-summit conference . . . Are the dances for the con- cert done yet? . . . WHAT ...?...? photographed by Ken Firestone J anuary — rehearsal . . . How about calling it quits for tonight? . . .. Yeah? And when are we supposed to polish this dance? Opening night? . . . Look, you ' re doing great! It ' s my dance and I ' m satisfied . . . You ' re going to kill your- selves! . . . That may very well be . . . Now, how about a couple more run-throughs? . . . (masochists) . . . JT ebruary — technical rehearsal ... (2 A.M.) . . . nobody leaves til the lights for all the dances are set Sorry, M= .arch — general hysteria . . . It ' s shaping up! I think we ' re going to be great! . . . It ' s awful ... I ' m ashamed to show my face on that stage ... Oh God! I think I ' ve sprained my knee! . . . My costume is too baggy. I ' M AFRAID mm rVpril -Washington Post critique by Jean Battey, dance commentator: . . . " University of Maryland dance group shines . ... " ... high level of performance and creativity . . . " sureness and style . . . impressive . . . " ' ■ w ■ ? iVlay-no comments. Everyone is back at the studio working! rmnf ' wn ' UMwwRuiMiJi — « — ) — — EB I li m 1- k .M i. ilMk . ' « ,.Vi V Art: Reflections Filtered Through Trained Eye by Sammy Schenker photographed by Ken Firestone G, allery exhibitions and an evening lecture series are just a few signs of the expanding programs in the Art Depart- ment. This department which has its new home in the Fine Arts Building includes courses in art history, are education and studion art. The faculty consisting of over 30 members has shown a great desire to continue its quest for recognition as one of the finest departments on campus. During the past year the Department has received two substantial grants from the National Humanities Foundation. One grant will go toward establishing M.A. candidates for students learning the process of setting up an art gallery. At present Art History can give only M.A. degrees, but plans are already underway to create a PH.D. program. M.A. candidates in studio specialize in painting, sculpture, printmaking or drawing. 23 •s««s ' M i r ) Studio Classes A wo major exhibits were displayed by the De- partment this year. They were " Meticulous Real- ism " and " Spontaneous Creation, " an abstract art collection borrowed from the American Federation of Art in New York. Both exhibits met with great success. A college collection of the noted Arthur G. Dove was introduced by a lecture from Mrs. Edith Halpert of the Downtown Gallery in New York. The Department lecture program averages two guest speakers a month. These have included " The Symbology of Color " by Sidney Gross of the Art Students League of New York and " Egyp- tian Revival Art " by Richard Carrott. Printmaking L. itaglio printmaking in the University ' s Art Depart- ment is done on copper plate. After lines are etched into the plate it is inked and set on the etching press. Usually from five to several hundred copies are printed and numbered, after which the plates are destroyed. In Lithography, another form of printmaking, de- signs are made by causing chemical changes on the surface of stone. The stone must be kept wet while the printing is in process. Students who have experimented in printmaking have come up with several new ideas. One student built up plates with modeling paste and used card- board for the raised surface. Another used old records as a surface with modeling paste added. Relief printing often is done in wood cuts and lino- leum cuts. In this method you cut away all material that you do not want to print. M ' m% ' A ' :A i ' i ' ' ' . m y ' j " ■ smtf ' f , tT- y-y % w The Gallery 34 a 36 by Peggi Drum Before Annie could get her gun, she and her cast of 60 had to learn songs, dances, lines, and movement. To the beginning actor the word theatre began to mean more than bowing to an applauding audience. To the seasoned UT performer, theatre means another round of experimentation, frustration, and occasional satisfaction. To everyone in a production, theatre means hard work and single joy. Rehearsals began in early November. After surviving the trial of auditions, the cast list was posted and two students were given the chance to play in the exciting but exhausting role of " Annie. " For the rest of the cast this meant a double chance also. Working with two f)ersonalities as " Annie " meant adjusting to the different interpretations of the char- acter. Of course this is more difficult but it is also experi- ence; it is learning and that is why students come to UT, to learn the technique of theatre. photographed by Ken Firestone Roger Meersman directs A irst, it was chorus rehearsal. With only four weeks to learn the whole show, those first few music rehearsals make one month ' s preparation seem like five months too short. But everyniiiht at 6:30 voices are exercised and after a week of fighting with Irving Berlin ' s music, the possibility of hav- ing the show ready seems somewhat more likely. But, there ' s still dancing and blocking to learn. No one realizes how clumsy two feet can be until dance rehearsals begin. Strange, but the right couldn ' t go with the left foot even if one knew where the other is attempting to go. And, the aching muscles. It is during rehearsal for a musical when the sheer luxury of a steaming bath is the only pleasure that makes existing livable. But, now it ' s only time for quick showers — and cold ones at that. i ' ' -v ! Vi i, o, n the stage everyone is really trying to follow the direc- tor ' s instruction. " Walk down left, turn, and face Annie. No! Down LEFT. Use your upstage hand to gesture. Where ' s your technique? " Where is my chance to change my major? Okay, we ' ll do it again. This time it is almost right. Next r time. . . . Another disaster. Up and down all those stairs, walking and singing? No one can expect everyone to get on stage so quickly. But everyone IS expected and does enter quickly — yes, and in Cowboy Boots. Costume fittings mean standing, bending, stooping to see if you can move in the costume. After being pinned and pricked for what seems to be an eternity, it ' s time to try make-up. Jars of cream, paint, and spray are almost the signals to bid theatre a fast good-bye and library science so warm a welcome that Dewey ' s decimal system would skip a digit. But something says its too late to turn back. w. hat makes the four weeks even more impossible is that everyone volunteers to participate in the production. All those hours of singing, memorizing, dancing are donated. Rejxrating scenes over and over so they are perfected take hours from leisure and arc spent to tell the story of some country-bumpkin called Annie Oakley. Sometime between auditions and opening night a deter- mination, a stubbornness developes and you know you won ' t quit. You discover something about " Annie " and you have to share it with the audience . . . You work harder as THE day gets closer and rehearsals get longer. Suddenly, it is so simple to understand. You know why. All the hours are spent creating magic. You ignore the fear of failing by concentrating on success. You give your whole personality to capture the audience. Actor and director mold a world of fantasy by transporting everyman to a mo- ment of crystle illusion. Designer and technician suspend the dream by color, line and whispering light. And when the final performance is punctuated by the curtain, the actor knows the most alone moment of empty joy. That laugh, that song, that feeling with the audience — none can ever be recreated. For the actor there is only the answer — to " play " more is to give again. And this is the work in theatre. Music by Kathy Blieth -L he Music Department, headed by Homer Ulrich, does more than just help the general student develop sound critical judgment and discriminating taste in music or pro- vide professional training. It also provides an atmosphere in which students can develop and cultivate all musical interests, an opportunity for self-expression and a place where individ- ual talent can be discovered and perfected. The Men ' s Glee Club provides male students with an opportunity to study and perform choral arrangements. Many of the group ' s concerts are given in conjunction with the Women ' s Chorus, includinc the annual Christmas Concert. Originally, the University Chanel Choir was organized for the specific purpose of performinc services taking place in the Memorial Chanel. However the Choir ' s present partici- pation on campus does not stop here. Each year the Choir sings " The Elijah " by Mendelssohn at their Thanksgiving Concert and Handel ' s " The Messiah " at their annual Christ- mas Concert. T, he Madrigal Sinrers is a closelv-knit group made up of students from all colleges at the University. Their perform- ances are enhanced by the beautiful Elizabethan costumes which were designed and made by the Home Economics de- partment. The Madrigal Singers present a variety of pro- grams, but most of them focus on the group ' s specialty, a vast repertory of music from the fifteenth and sixteenth cen- turies. The University Bands provide many opportunities for talent expression. The Marching Band performed its usual pre-game and half-time performances this year, but with all new sousaphoncs. The Band ' s half-time performances in- cluded such themes as " Annie Get Your Gun, " " St. Louis Blues, " and " Crazy Rhj4hm. " In addition to the standard orchestral programs, the Uni- versity Symphony Orchestra has given a " pops " concert, accompanied performances with campus choral groups, per- formed in the opera production, at the President ' s Convoca- tion, and has given two " concerto " concerts which provide opportunities for students to appear as soloists and conduc- tors. The two full symphonic programs featured faculty soloists, while one program featured the performance of a work composed by a MU graduate and commissioned by the University Orchestra. Services are provided by the orchestra to the Maryland Orchestra Director ' s Association by hosting the annual contest-festival and playing new publications. photographed by Ken Firestone 1. tk} - s - ' W w i. ! -» » 7 ' 3 " J ' " ijl ? ; ' ■ ; iSSfS.lii ' SS ' h 56 Photography: the newest art 58 1 holography is an art! Many " artists " say otherwise, but lately many more have agreed that it is. Photography takes practice, as music does. Photography takes skill, as painting does. Photography takes experience, as writing does. And photography needs that magic touch, inspiration, as all arts do. When a photographer creates, he usually does so in a time period lasting less than a second. But behind this deci- sive moment goes an entire personality. The photographer must probe his subject deeply, whatever it may be. To do this, he must be well-read, tasteful educated in other arts; in short, he must be a well-rounded person. Photography is a relatively recent art. It started in the last century as a substitute for the portrait artist. Before long some of the art ' s practitioners pointed their cameras at the world. They were delighted with the results. Photographers to- day explore many realms, from the atomic to the galactic. But even today they constantly turn to the realm that has intrigued every artist since time began: the exuberant world of man. On the next ten pajics we present the works of five senior photographers who have worked for the publications of the University of Maryland. Ken Firestone 59 •k- fcil Henning Christoph l t age 23, Diamondback pho to ed- itor Henning Christoph has been a successful photographer for six years. The mustached leader of the Dark Room Putsch got his first break at age 17, when the Washington Daily News played his shot of a fight at a soccer game on the front page. After high school, the German-born Henning free-lanced in Europe, Mexi- co, and the United States with a short stint in between as an industrial pho- tographer in Hann Munden, Germany. In ' 62, Henning won first prize in the Washington Star photo contest; in ' 65, he won first, second, and fourth prize. Last summer, he worked as a press photographer for two Gannett news- papers in Rochester, N.Y. : the Times- Union and Democrat and Chronicle. After his graduation in June, Hen- ning will study photography in Essen, Germany at the Volkwangschule, an art institute directed by the famous Otto Steinert. ?...- • A, Ken Firestone Lt home backstage at the theater, or in the middle of a civil rights demonstration, Ken Firestone has had experience on both magazines and newspapers. He has worked for the Washington Star, the Houston (Texas) Post, and the Na- tional Geographic. Recent assignments have taken Ken to Canada ' s Yukon Territory to photograph moving glaciers, and the top of the Washington Monument for a night to photograph a laser. Last Christmas found Ken covering a reenactment of Washington crossing the Delaware. He now claims that he is an unofficial Revolutionary War correspondent. Ken ' s latest project is editing and photographing for this yearbook. When he graduates this June, he hopes to go into freelance masazine work. 63 Mike Rossoff i . concentration on the feminine form pervades the portfolio of Mike Edward Rossoff. Mike, who has worked as a Diamondback and Terrapin photog- rapher, feels that through posing and lighting, the camera and a practiced eye " can show the best of a beautiful girl. " His modern girl captured in a nymphlike setting of trees and forest conveys a " statuesque " appear- ance the artist believes captures the image of a female. The nude simple presents a figure study. His candid shot of an old man ' s gaze is inserted here, the photographer confesses, to show that he doesn ' t just concentrate on women. Mike began his photographic endeavors at age 13. Last spring he won grand prize in a campus picture contest. A zoology major, he will venture to Africa next year to add an international note to his portfolio of women. 64 Karl Sanger K., .arl Sanger ' s camera specialties range over a wide field, from imprcssidnistic blurred-action interpretations of basket- ball to the candid, character-revcalinsz photographs of young- sters shown on these pages. A native Washington suburbanite, Karl had been taking pictures even before he entered Mary- land. His fondness for unusual and exciting outdoor activities — skin diving, cavcing, skiing- — has led to many pictures not usually found in a young photographer ' s portfolio. In 1 65, Karl took his camera and a case-full of lenses to Baltimore. His objective: Baltimore harbor. His innocent arrival in full view led to polite refusals from harbor officials. Most of the details of the ensuing skirmish are confidential, Karl maintains, but never hesitates to display the three-board display of enlargements he shipped off to the Kappa Alpha Mu college photo contest the following year. Shown on these pages are some of the pictures Karl feels are more expressive of his talents. Included to the left is his most recent award winner, selected by the judges of the 1966 KAM college contest. 67 Steve Thompson I f one word had to be chosen to sum up the work of photographer Steve Thompson, that word would be variety. Photo editors say Thompson is the sort of versatile pho- tographer who can get along with anyone on any assignment. Since becoming a regular Diamondback staff member in February 1966. Thompson ' s assignments have run the gamut, from basketball games to modern dance performances. His photos consistently get top play in the Diamondback. In addition to his campus-oriented shots, Thompson has used his varied photographic equipment extensively in sum- mer jobs on cruise ships to the Caribbean area, Russia and other ports. However, Thompson ' s main interests in addition to ex- tensive free-lance work are his positions as photo editor of the Greek newspaper and as a staff photographer for the Diamondback and Terrapin. 69 ;- :g $ ' i Experimental Theatre 70 by Peggi Drum J— experimental Theatre is a small room that offers the audience of seventy-five in capacity the opportunity to see new interpre- tations of little or well known dramas. The directors in ET are graduate drama students or upper-class undergraduates who have studied advanced directing. Operating on a minimum budget with extra effects supplied by friends and generous colleagues, the directors cast each pro- duction by using undergraduate actors to tell the story. Though most productions are less than one hour in length, rehearsal time is long and demanding. There is always one rehearsal, usually a few days prior to the opening performance, when the director considers changing major study and the actors want to enlist for the next USO tour to the Australian Bush. Every- thing possible goes wrong — IT just isn ' t there. What is present is short tempers, hurt feelings, and despair. But that despair is challenge and that means try again. Everyone tries and somehow that magic IT appears. The experiment is complete and successful — IT is theatre! photographed by Ken Firestone 71 I .n February, 1967, Experimental Theatre produced Esciirial. It was di- rected by Roberta Hughes, while the mad king was played by G. Randolph Burnham and the soulful fool by David Harper. Escurial is the story of a king in the last stages of feverish decay who is at- tended by howling dogs, an execution- er. a priest, and his Flemish jester. His queen is dying and rather than lament- ing her death as he should, he reveals to the audience by means of a game, the cause of her death. He has poi- soned her because she loved the jester. He delights in tormenting the jester up to a point and then kills him. . in the end, the King had his clown strangled 75 rMng ' 76 Follies photographed by Ken Firestone by Kathy Blieth T he Flying Follies has been a successful entertainment group since 1958 when several college students returning from a U.S.O. tour organized the Follies at Maryland. Completely student run, the Follies is a shining ex- ample of dedication and enthusiasm among college stu- dents working together to achieve an entertaining goal. Each year. Flying Follies performs at army installations throughout the area and its members have toured the world taking with them their many and sometimes un- usual variety acts. " Over Here, Over There " was the theme on which the Follies Troupe built their 1966-67 variety show. Filled with excitement, sparkle and abounding with talent, the Follies took their audiences into the great American past giving them a review representative of that bygone era. Also, with emphasis on the present, the group performed musical numbers centering around New York. Turning their attention to " Over There, " the Follies danced and in the spirit of the old and new Europe. Tying the show together, a girl in a balloon flew over the stage offering amusing commentary on the world in general and on the acts being presented. Madrigals X he University of Maryland Madrigal Singers are a group of undergraduate students whose success and critical acclaim have been phenomenal since their establishment in 1958. Members of the organization represent a variety of academic fields in addition to music. The reportoire of the ensemble includes vocal and instru- mental music of the Renaissance and pre-Renaissance, as well as early and contemporary American music and folk songs. The music of the Renaissance is performed in color- ful costumes of the time; instruments — recorders, lute, guitar, harpsichord, clavichord, rebec, viola da gamba — are used for accompaniment and solos according to performance prac- tices of the periods. The American music repertoire is per- formed in modem dress. 82 83 S4 photographed by Ken Firestone 1 he University of Maryland Madrigal Singers have been heard in concert nationally and internationally. They were selected by a panel of experts from the most competent pro- fessional and collegiate talent in the United States to tour the Near East, North Africa and Great Britain for the De- partment of State as part of the Cultural Presentations pro- gram. The fourteen-week tour in the spring of 1 65 took them to eleven countries where they gave over ninety concerts. They have appeared on the national network of NBC radio and television. In Maryland, Pennsylvania, and the greater Washington area they are particularly well known as the WBAL-TV Carolers, having performed as such in community concerts and on television since IQ. ' iQ. Their unusual Christ- mas programs of ancient carols and miels have also been heard on Washington television and radio stations WRC and WTTG. They have also performed on WTOP-TV and other television stations. Left to right: F. Klatzkin, M. Britowich, B. Ellis, D. Duey, C. Balthrop, J. Burtram, E. George, S. Mangis. P. Marvin. R. Craig. E. Jurgela, G. Johnson. G. Fennel. C. Andrejack. R. Fitzgerald, (assistant director). Not picliiirtl: Rose Marie Grentzer (director). J. Spicknall (assistant director — instrumental group). -iBP iiMi i M A rofessional engagements include concerts for colleges and universities and for community concerts, as well as an impressive round of special invitation appearances. The most recent invitation appearances include a concert at the White House during the 1965 Christmas season, given after the President ' s dinner honoring former West German chan- cellor Ehrhardt. During the 1966 Christmas season the Madrigal Singers performed an invitation concert at the Pan American Union ' s Hall of the Americas. 87 NEWSLOG Edward Teller M. Lore than 1,000 members of the student body, faculty and general public accepted the challenge by Edward H. Teller to attend a lecture on physics aimed at the non- scientist. Teller, often called the father of the H-Bomb, is a nuclear physicist noted for his work on the Manhattan Project begun in 1942. He also received the Enrico Fermi award in 1962. Teller gave a series of three lectures at the University entitled " The Forgotten Revolution in Physics. " He feels that science appreciation should be brought to the attention of practically all college-level students. T U.M.B.C. he University ' s little sister may still be in her infancy, but like any new baby she is crying loudly and being heard. Only 710 students registered at the Catonsville Campus for the first fall term as compared to the tens of thousands at the Rcckord Armory in College Park. Although both campuses are known as the University of Maryland, they are separate entities, as are Maryland State College at Princess Anne and the Baltimore professional schools. For this reason football fans may some day see a rivalry emerge between " Cate State " and the Terps. Perhaps by that time the new university in Baltimore County will have matured and developed such adult problems as park- ing, registration and housing. photographed by Karl W. Sanger M ' p: " V •• 90 Jonathan Prater T. he University has " grown up a good deal " reflected Jonathan L. Prater, freshman class vice-president and the first Negro to have competed for any campus wide office. With a margin of 300 votes out of a total of 1600 cast. Prater not only clinched the vice-presidency but also received the second highest number of votes cast in the election. " I was campaigning as a qualified candidate and not as a Negro, and I attribute my victory to my qualifications. " said Prater. He cited his past positions as president and treasurer of the student council, recipient of two student council leadership awards, student government outstanding member award and Voice of Democracy award. photographed by Mike Rossoff Hamlet U " 4 1 92 u„ by Peggi Drum niversity Theatre opened its second season in the Fine Arts Theatre with Shakespeare ' s HAMLET. Robert MiUi, an alumnus of Maryland, returned to his Alma Mater to recreate the lead role. Milli first played Hamlet as an under- graduate when he was cast in the title role in the 1957 UT production. Since graduation, Milli has earned an enviable profes- sional theatre reputation with a repertoire that includes Broadway, off-Broadway, and Television credits. One of the highlights of Milli ' s career was playing Horatio opposite Richard Burton as Hamlet in the John Gielgud production in 1964. Though most of Milli ' s time was spent in rehearsal, he visited the speech and drama classes. He always found time to exchange professional information with the students. Whenever Milli was in the theatre he was always working with two or three student-actors on a scene experimenting with different interpretations or helping the students with movement and projection. And at cast parties after Hamlet, Milli and his wife always managed to talk to everyone — remembering names, exchanging jokes and advice. Working with Milli gave UT members an opportunity unavailable elsewhere. We came to know and admire Robert Milli, the actor and person. photos by Richard Berlin 94 Drugs M. .arijuana. L.S.D., dexidrine and codeine were only a few of the drugs discussed in a controversial Diamondback article about the availability of drugs to Maryland University stu- dents. The article drew ire from several University officials, who thought it irresponsible and out of perspective, but the photographed by Henning Christoph and Bill Kesler story portrayed a situation as it exists, claimed the Diamond- back Editor. The story was recognized by the William Randolph Hearst Foundation as an example of excellent feature writing. The writer of the article, senior Anne Groer, was awarded a 200 dollar scholarship by the Foundation. Legislators and Professors Ponder Over Ober Act photographed by Henning Christoph A Maryland State Senate committee investigating the Ober Act found that four of the seven speakers against the contro- versial law were from Maryland University. Ahhough the Supreme Court has recently supported repeal of similar loyalty oaths in several states, the Judicial Processing Committee of the Maryland Senate squelched the repeal move- ment in this state by reporting it out of committee with an unfavorable recommendation. One speaker was a student who was asked to sign the oath in order to get a job as a waiter at the University. Another opponent was a history professor who explained that opposi- tion is " by no means " limited to the University and that the ineffective law is opposed by people from all sides of the political spectrum. 97 Career Convocation T he University ' s Fourth Career Convocation was open this year to students in every Class. The Convocation is a gathering of employers who talk to students concerning both full time and summer jobs. The employers represent governmental and educational sources as well as private industry. This year 110 employers were represented. For the students who did not have a definite career in mind, these meetings offered opportunities to learn about different areas of interest and the best methods of preparation for future career success. The Convocation drew much interest on campus including that of the S.D.S. members who were peacefully protesting the participation of some corporations in the Vietnam War. photographed by Gene Boyars Aaron Copland Conducts at Ritchie iVlod music hit the campus in full force when noted composer Aaron Copland conducted the Washington Na- tional Symphony in a concert of contemporary American music in the less than contemporary Ritchie Coliseum. Copland conducted only two of his own works " Quiet City " and " Connotations For Orchestra " , the latter being the highlight of the evening. Also on the program were works by Elliot Carter ( " Holiday Overture " ), Carl Rug- gles ( " Of Men and Mountains " . . . based upon the poe- try of William Blake) and Roy Harris ' " Third Sym- phony. " photographed by Milton Bitchier, II ■ . S. D. S. by Liz Miller X he University of Maryland ' s three year old chapter of Students for a Democratic Society received much pubhcity this year by challenging the academic community with its radical ideas and actions. The group provoked thought and commanded the student body ' s attention concerning both campus issues and the political system of the United States. Its primary activity was to protest the American involve- ment in the war in Vietnam. In line with this issue, the 75 members of this group called upon their fellow students to educate themselves concerning the facts of what they called " America ' s murderous and aggressive war against the Viet- namese. " Other issues that SDS presented were Black Power, students rights and academic freedom. In the beginning of the year SDS set up a " peace table " in the Student Union lobby for the purpose of discussing the issue of the Vietnamese war and selling literature to clarify its position. Early in December they stationed their table in direct confrontation to a Navy recruiting table with a sign saying " Sign up for war crimes here. " A rage of con- troversy rang in the S.U. lobby and one sign was ripped from a protester ' s hand. The following day they again set up their table confronting the Navy recruiters. This time however they were confronted by a screaming mass of mili- tant defenders of the Vietnamese war. Blinding T.V. lights, radio and newspaper reporters and photographers aided the progress of the hysteria. SDS then challenged their oppo- sition to debate the issue instead of resorting to riotous melee. This was the beginning of three days of heated but enlightening arguments. After the Christmas recess SDS returned to find that the Student Union board had passed a regulation banning the holding and carrying of signs in the Student Union. SDS immediately began to circulate a petition to protest what they called a violation of their constitutional rights of free speech and a rule " aimed at preventing . . . SDS from carry- ing signs protesting the war in Vietnam. " They also made appeals through various channels in an effort to have the sign regulation repealed. Eventually SDS broke the sign regulation in order to bring a constitutional test case against the ruling. The director of the Student Union took sixteen undergraduate and seven graduate students ' names and iden- tification numbers and barred SDS from using the Union. photographed by Bill Kisler 100 ROGf. T, he individual participants were interviewed by Darnell F. Rishel, director of the Judicial Office, who decided to refer the case of the sixteen undergraduates to the Central Student Court. SDS presented the Student Court with a list of six demands concerning constitutional due process, that they felt should be met before their case be heard. They demanded: 1) an open hearing, 2) the right of legal rep- resentation, 3) the right of oral cross-examination, 4) that graduate students be heard at the University judicial pro- ceedings, 3) that the constitutionality of the sign rule be discu.ssed as their defense and 6) that SDS ' s use of the Student Union facilities be restored. Only the first and the last demands were met before SDS went to court. Another issue had arisen from their protesting the Vietnamese war — the fairness and the constitutionality of the University ' s judicial procedure. This time not only SDS, but also IFC protested against what they considered an unfair and illegal judiciary process. I n March, SDS went before the Central Student Court, defying the proceeding by bringing their own legal counsel. When their lawyer tried to speak, he was silenced. Finally the defendants decided the court was a mockery of justice and walked out in protest. The Court decided to give the defendants a reprimand which would be recorded in their files and gave them warning concerning any other incidents. The next step SDS took was to appeal their case to the Faculty Senate committee on disciplinary action. SDS plans to continue to act in behalf of their ideals and to urge the University to think about important issues. Photographed by Bill Kesler La Boheme W hen La Boheme opened at the Fine Ar ts Theatre, the audience found an emphasis on drama as well as music. Director William C. Winden in keeping with current trend in opera production emphasized acting to make the produc- tion a complete theatre experience not just a musical repre- sentation. Winden has a degree in opera production from Stanford University. The opera which was presented in English has a very strong story line and well developed characters. Enacted by the Music Department and produced by the University Theatre, this story of Bohemian life in Paris, 1830, blends the romantic and realistic. In this way it typifies Puccini ' s mastery of the opera melodrama. The Visit T he University Theater touched the experimental field as the players presented Ducrrcnmatt ' s tragi-comedy The Visit. U.T. Director Roger Meersman explained that the group was utilizing a theatrical style called the Theatre of Cruehy. The chief apostle of this particular style has been Antonin Artaud, a French theorist, who believed that true theatre disturbs the senses ' repose and frees the repressed unconscious. " The Theatre of Cruelty is cruel in that it forces men to see themselves as they are: it causes the mask to fall, reveals the lies by which men live and demonstrates their baseness, slackness and hypocrisy, " explained Meersman. Original music for the production was written by Stewart Gordon of the University ' s Department of Music. Choreography was done by Dr. Dorothy Madden, Head of the Dance Department. .-J ' y ..NV photographed by Ken Firestone 106 M i 1 m hI 1 f nslHlvB i P Kwl Ik- ' H Turtles Race At Ritchie 108 IHB y f ' ' - ; . lA (v ».1l W b JB SSfm m • - ' ■• ' Sjf! ' J||BfcLj-t_i 8 ' «:i- Ji F ' ' l 2 " " ' $ and they re " Si J miSS 4 jj R •Wjjtfi -4 4 - «J?i» r A Queen is chosen tears of happiness for Yvonne Frenkel photographed by Gene Boyars 111 excellence in teaching O, ' n November 17, for the second time, the University pre- sented excellence in teaching awards to ten outstanding mem- bers of the faculty. University President Wilson H. Elkins conferred the awards, consisting of certificates of recognition and checks for $1,000,00 at an honors convocation held in the Tawes Fine Arts Center. All ten are assistant professors. Dr. Lloyd H. Elliot, president of George Washington Uni- versity spoke on " The Commitment of the Expert. " 680 university students who achieved a cumulative aver- age of 3.5 or better for the previous year also received certificates of scholarship in recognition of their academic achievement. E. RAY CANTERBURY " . . . has earned widespread recognition among undergraduates, graduates and fac- ulty as a teacher who enlivens a deep seri- ousness of purpose with wit and lucid in- sight. " JAMES L. CELARIER, PHILOSOPHY " . . . teaches, therefore, by making his students partners in a common philosophic quest, stimulating them to a fresh think- ing through of their subject . . . " 113 DANIEL I. FIVEL, PHYSICS " . . . is able to present the intellectual chal- lenge of physics in such a way as to excite and hold the interest of his students, and to relate his subject to the more general concerns of our modern world . . . " HARRY E. HICKY, FIRE PROTECTION ENGINEERING " . . . poses situations and issues which en- courage his students to relate their own experiences and knowledge to the subject being investigated . . . " 114 ROGER L. MEERSMAN, SPEECH " . . . His innovations in the teaching of acting, directing, and creative dramatics for children have been especially helpful to education majors with limited theatre background . . . " RONALD L. OLSON, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION " . . . has employed actual case and prob- lem material obtained in substantial mea- sure from his consulting and research activities . . . " 115 DONALD C. PIPER, GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS " . . . Scrupulously fair in his evaluation of his student ' s work, he insists upon the highest standards of scholarly perform- ance . . . " J. RIGHTON ROBERTSON, HISTORY " . . . brings to his role as teacher a broad, humanistic view of history and a love for the process of learning that stimulates stu- dents to their highest endeavors . . . " 116 5!S DENZELL S. SMITH, ENGLISH " ... a vital example of the educational philosophy that teachers and students are cooperators in a common educational en- terprise . . . " ROBERT M. STEINMAN, PSYCHOLOGY " . . . remarkably successful in stimulating the intellectual involvement of students in his introductory classes and in urging stu- dents and enriches his instructional activi- ties . . . " Sammy Davis, Jr. by Carl Tretter I f there is anyone in all of show business that can hold an audience ' s attention for an hour and a half, it is Sammy Davis, Jr. Without any intermission, Sammy showed his amazing versatility; singing seventeen songs, mimicking fifteen difTer- ent personalities, telling a number of jokes, gags, and asides, doing a tap-dancing routine to each section of the large crowd in Cole, and even giving a fast-draw exhibition which might have made Billy The Kid blush. While strapping on his gun and holster, Sammy grinned and remarked: " . . . you just don ' t find many colored Jewish cowboys around today. . . " When reaching the end of " What Kind of Fool Am I " , Sammy muffed the last note. He stopped the show and said: " That was a very bad note. You have paid to hear me do my best, that wasn ' t my best, so I ' ll do that last part again. " This time, he belted the note to every corner of the field house, to long applause. This is the Sammy Davis, Jr., " Mr. Wonderful. " photographed by Mike Rossoff 118 THE MANY FACES OF SAMMY DAVIS, JR. College Casino 122 V. ictorians and Puritans found outrageous goings-on at the armory when Campus Chest held its annual College Casino night. Roulette wheels and go-go girls kept the crowd spinning for an interesting evening and a worthy cause. This year ' s Campus Chest events earned well over the goal of 4000 dollars. The money is donated to various charities including Care, Heart Fund, Project Hope and var- ious Cancer and Cerbral Palsy funds. 123 Photographed by Karl Sanger Xi 1 Campus Radio 125 by Sammy Schenker A his is WMUC, the campus voice and the campus choice of the University of Maryland. " This year, for the first time all dormitory residents heard these words emanating from the campus radio station. " Progress and professionalism " has been the key to WMUC ' s 23 year history and 1967 is no exception. Not content to rest on the laurels of past awards (such as selection as All- American College Radio Station in 1965. photographed by Karl W. Sanger 126 127 Miss Midnight Kathy Schwartz Becky Evans 128 k •■ i " W Malcolm Boyd at Maryland A Priest In Touch by Ellen Kurtz I t ' s Thursday afternoon, Lord. Here ' s that Hght and sound all over again. I ' ve got to move fast ... to the University of Maryland, Lord. Got to wash up, grab a bite to eat and run some more. The Reverend Malcolm Boyd may indeed have contem- plated this modification of his favorite poem as he headed to the University of Maryland Student Union, December first, 1966. Boyd ' s appearance was part of the Contemporary Culture in Religious Perspective series. Boyd is no ordinary preacher. He doesn ' t need a church pulpit to deliver a sermon. " Religion must go where the people are, " Boyd says. " It should speak an everyday lan- guage in everyday places ... in the theater, in films, in folk- singing, in jazz; on campuses, in nightclubs, on freedom rides and in the mainstream centers of life as well. " photographed by Ken Firestone 130 - :. ' T he Episcopal priest travels widely to meet people. As minister-at-large to colleges and universities, Boyd visits more than one hundred campuses each year. In October, a stool at San Francisco ' s " hungri i " nightclub became his pulpit. Boyd ' s book of prayers entitled Are You Riinnins; With Me, Jesus?, has captured national attention. His message is intensely personal and tilled with concern for human prob- lems. Julius Duscha, of Stanford University says of Boyd, " His subjects are as contemporary as racial relations and traffic jams, but he is also deeply concerned with the loneli- ness and mystery of life and man ' s inhumanity to man. " As Boyd has explained, " You must judge a man by what his life, is, not by his words. " Guitar player, Charlie Byrd, accompanied Reverend Boyd ' s reading as he has in several other public perfor- mances. Byrd is well known as a versatile musician. He has appeared as a jazz performer at Washington ' s Showboat Lounge, and as a classical artist with the National Symphony. 131 P MMMiiii 132 133 Computer Science Center 134 ' photographed by Gene Boyars 135 MEMORY (50® 21 22 23 24 25 a ® O 39 40 41 42 43 a © 57 58 59 60 " ' ' BJ 1 REGISTER o © o o o o 12 13 14 m 27 ?. O 32 ® € O O O 45 46 47 48 49 50 • © © © O O 63 64 65 66 67 68 Flashing lights, Buttons, Tape and cards allow man to communicate with his computers I I II Computers look to the future A he Computer Science Center is indeed becoming the center for many University programs. The Center was established in February 1962 as an interdisciplinary department, not affiliated with a spe- cific school or college. Much of its workload comes from undergraduate courses in BPA, Electrical Engi- neering and other computer related colleges. Many A and S students have also become aware of the Center on receiving back their computer-graded exams. September 1966 welcomed the new director of the Computer Science Center, Dr. William F. Atchison, for- mer head of the Dick Electronic Computer Center at Georgia Tech. Dr. Atchison places special importance on the currently developing graduate program for which approval is anticipated before the 1967-68 academic year. Six undergraduate courses dealing directly with com- puter science have been initiated by the Center as well as informal courses for groups of faculty members and selected graduate students. At present the Center occupies the first floor of what will be eventually a four-story building devoted entirely to research and education on computer science. Two experimental remote control stations are currently set up at the Center with hopes that similar stations will eventually be built throughout the campus. 140 This Is The Coach That Was by Stan Goldberg T. he Lou Saban era began suddenly at Maryland when the former Coach of the Year in the American Football League retired from the Buffalo Bills to take over the vacancy at Maryland. It ended just as suddenly when he quit Maryland to go to Denver after stating that he could not build winning football at Maryland under the present football program. In between, he switched Alan Pastrana from linebacker to quarterback and made him one of the best in the ACC; made headlines when he kicked four stars off the team; built one of the best defenses in the ACC and finished with a 4-6 record. When Saban came to Maryland it was with the idea of building up teams equal to those of the Jim Tatum era. After the first six games he appeared to be doing just that as his team compiled a surprising 4-2 record, highlighted with a victory over Duke. From then on, it was down-hill as the Terrapins suffered loss after loss and Saban suffered a shoulder injury. He created a lot of excitement until the final downfall. Right from the beginning, top prospects who planned to attend other colleges, decided to come to Maryland so they could work under Saban. During the spring drills he experi- mented over and over again — switching players from one position to another. With Pastrana he took a linebacker and tried him at quarterback where he was to star in the coming year. The Terps under Saban had a dismal beginning when they lost to Penn State. Although he was criticized for the deci- sion, it appeared to pay off as a new spirit took hold of the Terps. They won four of their next five games. The alumni came back, thinking of a new Tatum era. But injuries and lack of depth began to tell during the end of a season. These, plus the lack of a running attack, made Pastrana the key man in the Terp line-up. The junior teamed with Bill Van Heusen, who Saban finally found a home for as a receiver, he lead the Terp offense. Even with the dismal second half, hopes were high for the next season. Pastrana and Van Heusen would both be back along with some promising freshmen. But Saban had been offered a half million dollars to sign a ten year contract with the Broncos. To the dismay of Terp fans, he accepted the offer, taking many of his assistants with him. Before he left, Saban claimed that he could not build winning football at Maryland under the present program. Before departing, he had advised the school to get out of the ACC. So the Saban era came to an end. Bob Ward was named the new coach. But if he did nothing else, Saban created a controversy. If he could not build winning football at Mary- land under the present program how could anyone else? The days of Jim Tatum appear to be dead and with it the hopes of building winning football at Maryland. photographed by Karl Sanger ' : t . ' r ' y Saban ... A Teacher films radio Saban . . . A Public Relations Man television In The Office 146 On The Field Alone 148 V-, ' i A. ■ife- AA i»F-r ' II Snow 150 • ||i ' " ' " " ' ' V iV»V H m ■f 1 j " " Onow is a wonderful thing. It is even better when classes are called, as on the second day of second semester when 10.3 inches fell. Many students, finding it was too early in the semester to study, went to tray sled on the golf course and have snowball battles around the complexes. Some hardy people tried to learn how to ski. photographed by Gene Boyars Alumni U. S. Senator Joseph Tydin s greets his fellow alumni of the classes of 1915 and 1916 who returned to the campus to be honored on the field prior to the Maryland-Clemson game on November 12. photographed by Bill Clark w " TP " -i ' ■ Jr .—i. — 1 -. ■! - liill T pe oW warriors were introduced to the crowd wearing reproductions of their 1916 football lersies. Alumni register at the Student Union during Homecoming morning. Russell McFall, President of Western Union, President Elkins, and Col. J. Logan Schutz chat at the Home- coming luncheon, at which Mr. McFall received the National Outstanding Alumnus Award. Alumni Association President M. Downey and Mr. Schutz pose with the Gamma Phi Beta representative. Her sorority won the Alumni Homecoming Poster Contest. Homecoming Luncheon The M»ntf ( mery County Alumni join fur their annual Oyster Roast. A ew undergraduates realize the wide range of festivities in- cluded in the Alumni Association ' s spring semester version of Homecoming. The Spring Reunion, held in May, attracted almost a thousand participants this year. Graduates from the classes of 1917 to 1952 joined in events including a bus tour guided by Angel Flight, a luncheon at the Adult Education Center and a LaCross game — Maryland vs Army. From the class of 1927 comes the new president of the Asso- ciation, Mylo S. Downey, who received a Bachelor degree in Agriculture and a Masters degree in Agriculture Education from the University. Downey was a former president of the Agricultural Alumni Chapter and has served as Assistant County Agent of Allegheny. After joining the Maryland Stale 4-H Staff in 1936, he was appointed to the 4-H and Youth Development Division of the Federal Extension Service, a division which he now heads. As Alumni president. Downey formulates a long-range Alumni program which includes keep- ing up-todate on University happenings. Alumni members share more university events with students than those at Homecoming. Who in the cast of Annie Get your Gun can forget the on-stage theater party given by the Alumni Association? Alumni awards and scholarships also show Alumni recocnition of other outstandinc student achievements. 155 ' 4 y m HE CLDRY +hat a fed Homecoming y Lwfl Taylor He Lomecoming 1966, wrapped up by the annual Home- coming Dance held in Reckord Armory, created a package of prizes, parties, and enthusiastic crowds. Pride in a winning team, a beautiful float, and a queen for a date highhghted the whirlwind weekend of events. Two weeks of active planning, hammering, and chicken wire stuffing fresh in the memories of participants, all transmitted an air of excited expectation as the competing floats. 39 strong, paraded around Byrd Stadium ' s track; each viewer selecting his choice of winning entries. Delta Tau Delta and Delta Delta Delta won the Greek entry with " Testudo Signs His John Gamecock, " a Declara- tion of Independence adaptation of the overall Homecom- ing theme, " Terps Retrace Time. " First in the residence halls category was Chestertown A and B with Elkton, depicting " Terp Revolution, " a guil- lotined gamecock under the master executioner, Testudo. The Newman Center ' s " First Wheel Put to Good Use " scored first in the independent organizations category. Float runners-up were Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Kappa Kappa Gamma ' s " Testudo Salutes Heroes of Freedom ' s Past " for the Greeks, and Prince Georges and Montgomery Center ' s " Terps Stoke the Gamecocks and Win the West " for residence halls. Judges based their decisions on overall appearance, theme adaptation, originality, and workmanship. University President Wilson H. Elkins crowned Gail Kleger of Alpha Epsilon Phi as College Park campus Homecoming Queen, and Joyce Fugii as queen of the Balti- more campuses. Runners-up for Homecoming Queen at College Park were, in order, Sandy Rosencrantz of Kappa Delta; Janie Cronin of Anne Arundel Hall; Lani Feris of Carroll Hall; and Linda Lee Lanham of Delta Delta Delta. The alumni poster contest, a new addition to this year ' s Homecoming created by Mary Jo DeMatteis, gave firsts to Gamma Phi Beta sorority, and Prince Georges Hall. Reckord Armory, decorated with posters of Testudo as various historical figures — from " Testudostone " to " Testu- donaut " — received a capacity crowd entertained by the Cyrcle and Ruby and the Romantics. Homecoming 1966, as tradition prescribes, was indeed, a weekend to remember; awaking memories of college years past, while establishing those for the future. Some cheerful spectators 158 Gail Kleger, Homecoming Queen, reigns 159 V m HARRY BELAFONTE Harry Belafonte by Ellen Kurtz I ntemationally famous singer Harry Belafonte highlighted the school year ' s first Interfraternity Council Presents pro- duction, in October. Belafonte ' s entourage included a new singing discovery from Greece, Nana Mouskari, as well as one of the most articulate comedians in show business, Nipsey Russell. The show, which was a distinct success, attracted an audi- ence of 13,000 to Cole Field House or " Noah ' s Ark " as Belafonte called it. The evening opened with familiar negro spirituals Look Over Yonder and Glory Manger, soulful religious melodies. Belafonte ' s intense concentration com- bined with a purity of sound enriched these selections. Comedian Russell managed to keep the audience in stitches with witty " in " comments like, " I was a freedom runner, I didn ' t wait for the bus, " and Miss Mouskari, who has the uncanny ability to sing in most European languages, almost stole the show. Belafonte returned to the stage with much contemporary material drawn from his infinitely varied repertoire. " I want to sing songs of every day, not just of an era that is gone, " he said. " I want to be able to sing songs that reflect reality and truth " — and he did. photographed by Mike Rossoff Comedian Nipsey Russell 162 From a radio station in Athens to College Park with Belafonte- Nana Mouskari The trio takes another bow 163 Student Teacher During one semester of his senior year, a student in the College of Education spends part of it student teaching. Bill Sears, an Industrial Education major, taught in a public junior high school. Bill gets advice from his cooperating teacher and his supervisor 165 Bill, like his fellow student teachers, finds that he spends many hours preparing lessons and grading papers. Such preparation is nec- essary in order to face his class. »i f .»! «■■ i4l Bill learns that a teacher must be able to explain techniques clearly and patiently, as well as to be an understanding person. V " ■ i ' ■■: ; photographed by Karl W. Sanger a ' ff i McKeldin 170 -In this building a spirit has been given proud and worthy residence . . . the spirit that is the true bequest of our day of Plato, Aristotle, and Thomas Jefferson and of the large and truly humor minds of the past ... the essential spirit of the university. " So said Vernon W. Clopp at the dedication of the new University of Maryland library on the third of May, 1958. Named in honor of Governor TTicodore R. McKeldin, the University library opened on January sixth of the next year. Today it stands at the center of the campus and is the principal library unit. Annexes are found in the Chemis- try. Math and Physics buildings. Medical and Law branches are found on the Baltimore campus. The McKeldin library scats 2,000 people and has a shelving capacity of 1.000,000 volumes. The building cost approximately two and a half million dollars. Governor McKeldin once said that the library " is the only place on campus where everything is relevant. " In addition to the facilities which most students are familiar such as those in Reference, Fine Arts. Social Science and Technology, there are many services of which most students are unaware. The Juvenile collection. Bibliography room. Map room, Curricu- lum laboratory. Microfilm room. Maryland and rare books room are several examples. There are also seminar and typing rooms. Thomas Jefferson ' s comment that " the field of knowledge is the common property of mankind " is found engraved in the facade of the library. This seems to express the feelings of many people who have contributed to the library collec- tion. Among the more well known contributors are Dr. Mansueti, who gave the library over 20,000 books and periodicals on Oceanography, and basic science, and former congressman Carlton Sickles who has contributed personal papers, files, legislation on various government projects and campaign files. Except for some of the personal papers these acquisitions are open to interested students. There are also political papers which belonged to Joseph C. Tydings. Pulitzer prize winning novelist Katherine Anne Por- ter has given her personal library of over 60,000 volumes to the McKeldin library. This includes manuscripts, lecture notes, letters, photographs and personal papers. .An expert on rare books claims that this was " a unitial collection for all research on twentieth century American writing which reflects all facets of the contemporaiy literary scene in this country and abroad. " The second inscription on the facade of the library is by Thomas Carlyle. " In books lies the soul of the whole past time. " Indeed the students of this University have a great opportunity to discover what this soul is. Library photographed by Karl W. Sanger .m -. ' ' %r--. — :; 1 i S. .N. a place to do work 173 f a place to relax a place always busy The Dairy: From Moo . 176 . . . to You by Dick Stoll Lc ocated on the forearm of the University of Maryland campus is a stunted looking redbrick building known as the University Dairy. Reverberating from its submissive appear- ance is its renown reputation in quantity and quality of ice cream. With facilities equivalent to a modern commercial market-milk and ice cream operation, the Dairy serves not only the University students but also the dairy farmers within the state and the general public. Products are under strict control by county and state inspectors as well as University officials. The dairy facilities are intended primarily for research, teaching, and extensive activities however non-students of agriculture also partake in bacteriological studies and mer- chandizing problems. Besides aiding and abetting the dairy ' s production of edible merchandise, the University ' s herd of seventy milking animals are also used for research. The University not only employs cows looking for a college education but also provides an opportunity for students to work while goinc to school. photographed by Karl W. Sanger X eople from all over flock to buy the dairy ' s ice cream. By working closely with the Department of Agriculture and the school ' s department of Horticulture, the dairy has been able to produce via scientific experiments such novel flavors as sweet potato, persimmon, rhubarb, and merigold which were exhibited at the Maryland Pavilion at the New York World ' s Fair. What makes the ice cream so delicious is the fresh fruit products used instead of artificial flavoring. To " coin " a phrase from one of the University ' s Phi Beta Kappa cows, ' the Dairy functions as a community service to promote University rapport from Moo to You. ' Registration by Ruth Wagner A he bi-annual ritual called registration became a per- petual topic of conversation for students and administra- tors this year. It was impossible to deny the fact that improvement is needed. Walter Waltjen, vice president for administrative affairs announced that President Elkins was appointing a com- mittee to re-evaluate registration procedures. The commit- tee would consider registration procedures used at other universities. One result of such research occurred at spring registration when students were asked to list their social security numbers, which will eventually be used as I. D. numbers. Besides complaints about misinformed advisors and mix-ups in matching housing and admissions cards, many problems concerning impersonal attitudes and procedures were brought to campus-wide focus. Editorial suggestions were also in abundance. One pro- posed an extended deadline for dropping a course. It was noted that many universities, including Johns Hopkins, use this policy so that a student can better evaluate his efforts. photographed by Milton Buchler II and Gene Boyars I? 181 Student Union by Michael Dodd J. he puqx)se of the Student Union is to complement the students ' educational experience by presenting programs to stimulate ideas and discussion, and by offering worthwhile leisure activities. In order to perform these functions the Student Union employs over 80 people, including part- time student help. To aid in rounding out the students ' cultural back- ground, numerous guest speakers have appeared as part of the Student Union programs. Among them were Sargent Shriver, the late Gus Grissom, Professor Teller, and mem- bers of the Russian Embassy in Washington. Every two weeks, the Student Union provides a Classical Film Series which presents outstanding films of our time. Also avail- able for student use are private rooms where students can practice individually with musical instruments. There is a Fine Arts Room which displays paintings by both students and faculty. The new Student-Faculty Coffee Hour was recently created to provide an informal contact with the faculty on mutually interesting topics. For students ' relaxation and entertainment are provided weekend movies, dances, modern bowling and billiard facilities and the Spotlight Series which brings famous names in the entertainment world to the campus. These events are planned by the Student Union Board which is made up entirely of students and serves as a liaison be- tween the student body and the Union director. Over 8,000 students pass through the Union doors each school day. Their interest in the Union is reflected in the 325 student organizations and clubs that use the Union as their headquarters and meeting place. To cater to these organizations and activities, there are sixteen rooms avail- able for meetings, lectures, and other group gatherings. In order to keep up with the ever-increasing enrollment, the Student Union administration has planned for completion in 1970 the addition of a theatre, outdoor patio on the second floor and several more meeting rooms. photographed by Gene Boyars A popular place for debates. 182 The cashiers desk: a popular place for dorm residents to cash checks from home. Do wnstairs, commuters , and dorm residents continuously line up for food. 185 A place to play cards, play pool and Bowl 187 rrv t lc r:. 3 Cam T• . " ' . JtMtV « Truvd s V r« unit lnUhrn . XVIt l«»t Ihr IViiv l oswrll Co. ( 01 1 i:t:i: VAHK c«mpu» lU:ixNVYN IIKICHTS a o. hu«;j in K.»rv« :o. nil) Ksiut , 5,s ' . mi . lx ' . utifal loi 70 by 300 U., ( 01 LKGi: PARK I . , ' . h.x » a lar«:o f.inulv .«t " thi.« 5 St 1nii. hrk, Cok, larijt ' r«v rm . full bjimt . : bik . to »v-hcx l a!u1 park. 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The Phi Eps have had brief quarters, but they ' ve had nothing permanent and nothing at all in the last two years. In 1963-64, Maryland ' s wanderers rented an apartment building endearingly called the " Cluse Arms, " but they left shortly to live in a temporarily vacated fraternity house. As the University is unable to provide housing due to the closing of its endowment fund, the search for a house goes on. w w R. O. T. Ci Looking to the Wild Blue by Lisa Taylor T A hroughout history, nations once strong have grown weak and, in time, fallen prey to stronger ones — the cycle repeats even today. The citizens of the United States enjoy the most advanced civilization in the world, but other nations with different ideologies vie for similar power and prosperity. To keep our society free, we must be strong; mili- tarily, politically, economically, and physically. Air Force ROTC at the University of Maryland, as well as Army, Navy, and Air Force ROTC units at other colleges and universities, is designed to maintain this strength. The ROTC programs do this by training college students to be- come officers of the reserve forces in our military establishment. The reserve forces have been the backbone of our military strength since the first " citizen soldier " in the American Revolution. photographed by Claude Morse 192 ■ ! i Ch ' m Above: Angel Alice " Little Colonel " Kennelly enters a Cherokee 700 for an orientation flisht. Top Right: Door-bunny C Col. Gary Smith escorts Miss Genny Smith to be crowned Military Ball Queen. Bottom Right: Prospective Angel Flight pledge Gail Kent faces a pledge board comprised for Angel Jo Lynne Betz, C Col. Richard Lazarus, Angel Mary Howe, Air Force Lt. Col. Albert Hamby, and Angel Karen Crocker. Angel Flight U. pon graduation, a qualified cadet is commissioned in the United States Air Force Reserve. While striving to achieve a high caliber of officer quality, the cadet strives to achieve just as high a caliber as a gentleman. The social aspect of military life is actually an integral part of the life of an ROTC cadet. Part of the Wing social functions include the Flight Orientation Program base visitations. During these visits, cadets become better acquainted with their future fellow officers. This year the detachment officers organized trips to the State Department and the NASA Space Flight Center, attended by cadets and Angels. Membership in one of the three special organ- izations in the corps provides additional opportunity for comrade- ship among cadets and social contact with the Angels. The major corps social functions are the Military Ball (fall semester) and the Arnold Air Society Detachment Dining-In (Spring semester). The Military Ball was held on Nov. 11, 1966, in the Skyroom of the Boiling Air Force Base Officer ' s Open Mess. The Dining-In, a formal dinner for the members of the Arnold Air Society, Wing Staff, and detachment officers, was held at the Fort George G. Meade Officer ' s Open Mess on March 3, 1967. 194 |V 5a» HV- •7 nS? . 195 Row 1 (seated): D. Williams. Admin. Officer; C. IVtonse, Info. Officer; C. Platz. Exec. Officer; L. Altpeter. Cdr.; J. Blauch, Ops. Officer; E. Magee, Compt.; R. Lazarus, Chap. Row 2: R. Elsberry, B. Ferrill, J. Sonneborn, W. Yri, E. McGuirk, R. Cain, R. Arengo, E. Kiraly, R. Sherman, K. Pope, T. Curly, H. Dorney, D. Pyne. Row 3: G. Smith, C. Carlo, E. Grine, Y. Laporte, M. McCracken, W. Brown, W. Loring, D. Reid. Not Pictured: F. Shapira, and advisor Maj. Martin Whalen, USAF. JL he Arnold Air Society is the Air Force ROTC service honorary, composed of outstanding junior and senior cadets, which the Angel Flight. This year the Arnold Air Society worked to save College Park Airport, the nation ' s oldest operating airport. It was here in College Park that the first military pilots won their wings. The campaign received national attention when artist Milton Caniff drew a history of the airport. History of the COLLEGE PARK 4IRP0RT OtPEST CONTINUAUV OPfEATEP AlgPOgT-ANYWHtRE 19(0- 916 196 I n the past couple of years, several organizations have called attention to the U.S. involvement in Viet-Nam; the bombing of North Vict-Nam by Air Force pilots in particu- lar. As cadets of the 330th Cadet Wing at the University of Maryland, we are proud of the officers commissioned from our ranks who have unselfishly dedicated their services to our country in South East Asia. Many of our officers who so recently were our fellow cadets have given their lives to protect our right to speak freely. The University of Maryland campus as seen from a U-3. --?» ! «w .1 w. hen a strongman fully armed is on guard over his castle his possessions are safe. But when someone stronger comes upon him and overpowers him, he carries of the arms and armour on which the man had relied and divides the plunder. " LUKE 11:21-22 Aerospace Studies 198 FALL SEMESTER WING STAFF: Edward McGuirk Executive Officer Jeremiah Riordan Special Assistant Richard Lazarus Operations Staff Officer Charles Platz Administrative Staff Officer William Garret Accounting and Finance Staff Officer George Parton Information Staff Officer John Peeke Supply Staff Officer Michael Kiraly Security and Law Enforcement Staff Officer Robert Marshall Inspector Emerson Taylor Personnel Staff Officer SPRING SEMESTER WING STAFF: Richard Lazarus Executive Officer Gary Smith Special Assistant Robert Elsbcrry Administrative Staff Officer Yolan Laporte Information Staff Officer Barry Springer Operations Staff Officer James McAllister Personnel Staff Officer Edward Stillie Inspector John Seither Security Law Enforcement Staff Officer Walter Pierce Supply Staff Officer James Caldwell Accounting and Finance Staff Officer Cadet Wing Commanders CADET COLONEL GARY SMITH FALL 1966 CADET COLONEL JAMES NEWMAN SPRING 1967 Commuters photographed by Karl W. Sanger and Gene Boyars Commuting Can Be Fun V- vercoming the daily trials of traveling to and from school, the university commuters once more braved the snow- covered roads, the car-filled highways and the congested parking lots. More than ever, the commuters were given a chance to become a part of campus life. The University Commuter ' s Association provided many services of great benefit to the traveling student. At the beginning of the year, carpools were formulated through the aid of the club. Services such as providing students with the best bus routes to school were also available. During Freshman Orientation Week, the organization planned open- houses for incoming freshman commuters and new students. The U.C.A. also represented the commuters in university politics. The President and Vice-President of the association both held membership on the Student Government Associa- tion Cabinet. Several important social functions were sponsored this year by the U.C.A. Highlighting them all was the Play Boy Ball. The Commuter ' s Den, in the Student Union, furnished an informal atmosphere in which commuters could come to eat, study or mingle with friends. Commuter women were given a chance this year to par- ticipate in the Dorm-Affiliation Program. Through this program, the commuter could become a " temporary resi- dent. " She could take part in the dorm ' s many activities, while she visited her new " on campus " friends. This pro- gram, sponsored by the A.W.S. was held in addition to the Big Sister Program which exists to provide Freshman commuters with an upperclassman ' s help during the first hectic days of college life. " » ' •ha; 208 204 I ' f Commuters Hideway: The Den 205 Elsewhere in the union commuters eat, relax, and find rides home. : IWWWWWWWp MWlJ.i Donna Dye Coed r Commuter photographed by Ken Firestone T X he acute shortage of campus housing at the University of Maryland has given rise to a new breed of commuters — the apartment dwellers. From Adelphe to Greenbeit, from Hyattsville to College Park the apartment dwellers set up a temporary home for a year with their own small family of roommates. Living near campus and away from home leaves the com- puter with more time for school responsibihties. It also takes him less traveling time if he sets up housekeeping in an area immediately adjacent to campus. onna Dye has been an apartment dweller for two semesters. Currently she and her roommate Jan are staying in Langley Park — a ten minute drive from the University. Donna must get up by 6:30 in order to make her eight o ' clock class. This leaves her time to dress and prepare breakfast. She also explained that " in order to find a park- ing space in lot 3 it is necessary to leave a little earlier. " When Donna ' s classes are over in the afternoon she spends her time running errands, cleaning house and shopping for food. Since cooking is one of Donna ' s favorite hobbies she usually prepares the dinner, but " no matter which meal it is — or who is cooking, we have an unwritten agreement that one prepares and the other does the cleaning up, " she explained. Evenings are spent going to activity meeting and studying for her history major. This year Donna has been vice presi- dent of the Free State Party, Banquet Chairman of the Junior Prom, Chairman of publicity for the Student Union Board, a member of the Election Board and a member of the University Commuters Association. On the weekend Donna goes to the fraternity parties of her pinmate and sometimes even has parties in her apart- ment — " one great convenience over a dorm room. " Donna feels that apartment living is an important experi- ence. " Aside from being fun it makes you responsible for yourself and considerate of others, " she pointed out. " It also makes you appreciate home just a little bit more. " 211 . ( UN 4|H|HJHBfl K-v i Hkj,! - JjP B J 1 212 Football r ootball at Maryland in 1966 featured a new head coach who shuffled in from Buffalo and then off to Denver, a record-breaking defensive letterman at quarterback, and the return home of a Terp All-American. Coach Lou Saban, for- mer Buffalo Bills coach, installed Alan Pastrana at quarter- back, and Maryland finished with a 4-6 record. But at the end of the year Saban resigned to join the Denver Broncos, and the head coaching chores fell to one of the greatest play- ers in Terp football history, Bob Ward. Coach Saban, who said later that he had never seen a safety scored against one of his teams, saw enough of them in his Maryland debut to last him a lifetime. Penn State piled up three of them, plus a touchdown and a field goal, to down the Terps, 13-7. Ernie Torain gained fifty yards in ten car- ries for Maryland, including a 15-yard touchdown scamper. But the shock of the week was not the Maryland loss. Dubbing Phil Petry, Whitey Marciniak, Ron Nalewak, and Lorie McQueen " not good enough to play for Maryland, " Saban dishonorably discharged the four seniors from the team. ;.K P0 l ' ! Ma laryland ' s home opener was also Band Day, and the Terps played a merry tune all afternoon, walloping Wake Forest, 34-7. The Deacons were held to 130 yards offensively by the tough Maryland defense. John Hetrick recovered two fumbles directly leading to touchdowns, and he and Jim Lav- ruskey picked off Wake Forest passes. Meanwhile, Pastrana threw three scoring passes, including 48 and 49-yard bombs to Ernie Torain. Torain also scored a third touchdown on a short run. A non-scoring 50-yard completion, Pastrana to Ralph Donofrio, set a Maryland record. The first of eight straight victories for Gator Bowl-bound Syracuse occurred the next week at Maryland ' s expense, 28-7. Keyed to stopping the Orange ' s great Floyd Little, the Mary- land defense was stunned by four touchdown passes by Syra- cuse quarterback Jim Del Gaizo, who was starting his first college game. Not that Little did nothing — he caught one touchdown pass, breaking Ernie Davis ' Syracuse scoring rec- ord, and gained 1 18 yards, in contrast to Maryland ' s —45. And then odd things began to happen, things no one at Maryland, including Saban, was expecting. Maryland won three consecutive games and was listed as a contender for a bowl berth. RUGGED ACTION 217 o. Overcomi ng a 12-0 deficit, the Terps thrilled a home crowd of 28,400 by dropping an undefeated Duke team, 21-19. Pastrana connected on 11 of 1 8 throws for 181 yards. His cohort in victory was Billy Van Heusen, who snared five aerials for 104 yards. Maryland had a bit of trouble stopping the Devil ' s Dave Dunaway, who tied an ACC record with eleven receptions, but led by Lou Stickel, who intercepted two passes, the defense preserved the win. It was West Virginia ' s turn next, and Maryland ' s linemen bullied the weaker Mountaineers on the way to a 28-9 vic- tory, despite 138 yards rushing by the visitor ' s Garrett Ford. Sophomore fullback Bill Lovett, behind the crisp blocking of Tom Cichowski, accumulated 140 yards as the Terps mounted their best rushing attack of the season, 223 yards altogether. Not to be forgotten, Pastrana hit on six of nine passes for 1 30 yards, including touchdown throws of 1 5 and 44 yards to Van Heusen and Rick Carlson, respectively. For Saban, it was a bittersweet victory: his collarbone was broken when a Maryland tackier blindsided him on the sidelines. A Homecoming crowd of 35,400 saw a tremendous effort by the Terp defensive unit as Maryland struggled by South Carolina, 14-2. Down 2-0 in the third period, cornerback Tony Santy intercepted a pass for Maryland. Three plays later Van Heusen went 67 yards with a Pastrana pass to put the Terps in the lead. Bobby Collins, who had a spectacular day returning punts, with runbacks of 34, 37, and 49 yards, caught a five-yard pass for Maryland ' s other score. A side- light was the first two-sport day of Chilean Bernardo Bram- son, the team ' s soccer-style place kicker. After a morning soccer game, Bramson switched uniforms and kicked two extra points. After the triumph, the Terps held a 4-2 season record and the Atlantic Coast Conference lead with a 3-0 mark. 219 220 T. he beginning — of the end for all of Maryland ' s hopes and dreams — a winning season, a Conference championship, a bowl bid — came in the next game, a 24-21 heartbreak loss to N.C. State. The Wolfpack held a 24-0 lead with but six minutes left to play. In the next 114 seconds, a fumble re- covery by Ron Pearson and a successful onside kick by Ber- nardo Bramson enabled Pastrana to hurl three touchdown passes — of 41 and 36 yards to Van Heusen and 56 yards to Collins. But it was midnight for Maryland ' s Cinderella quar- terback. Pastrana fumbled the next time the Terps had the ball and State ran out the clock. Saban, disturbed by the of- ficiating, called it " the worst I ' ve seen. " Maryland ' s chance of a Conference title disappeared in a 14-10 home loss to Clemson the following week. Frustration was the name of the game as the Terps penetrated the Tiger 25-yard line five times and scored but twice. Van Heusen played another excellent game, grabbing six passes for 88 yards. Clemson ' s Buddy Gore rolled up 1 19 yards rushing to aid Frank Howard to his 150th coaching victory. Away Day at Virginia was a debacle. The handkerchiefs brought for cheers were used for tears instead as the Cava- hers humiliated the Terp ' s proud defensive unit, 41-17. Bob Davis, the ACC Player of the Year, completed six of nine passes for two touchdowns, but the day belonged to Frank Quayle, who set a Conference record by gaining 221 yards in 25 carries. Pastrana broke the Conference record for touchdown passes by throwing his 13th and 14th ones of the season. The Terps spent their Thanksgiving weekend having the stuffing knocked out of them again, 45-21, by Florida State. Pastrana, who did not start because of an injury, came off the bench to throw three more touchdown passes, two of them to Van Heusen. It was in the middle of December that Saban left for greener (an estimated $500,000 ten-year job) pastures, with three years left on his Maryland contract. After deliberating for two weeks, a committee selected Bob Ward, an Army assistant coach, for the job. While Ward loses such standouts as Bramson, Collins, Fred Cooper, Cichowski, and Dick Absher, an All-ACC pick, he retained a nucleus of good players. Jim Lavrusky, who captained the second best defensive unit in the Conference, will return, as will Bill Lovett, who gained 451 yards for a 4.6 average. Pastrana will be back to try to break his Mary- land records of 1499 yards passing and 17 touchdown throws, and he will be aided by Van Heusen, who snared 25 passes, seven for touchdowns, tying a Terp record. If it ' s all put together, and a little luck is added, maybe next year. . . . 223 % by Dave Bourdon photographed by Dave Bourdon and Karl Sanger 225 R T ' ' igttsimmimmmf ' t ' •v jt n iia| M iSilm Cross-Country M. ary land ' s cross-country team powered its way through a second consecutive undefeated season in 1966 and climaxed it with a third straight ACC Championship. Coached by former Terp middle-distance star Jim Kehoe, the harriers, noted for their poise and teamwork, utilized their superior depth in fine distance runners to overwhelm opponents. North Carolina, Maryland ' s major opposition for the con- ference title, lost its only dual meet of the season when the Terps took over after an early Tar Heel lead and went ahead to win 15 to 49 at Chapel Hill. Victory over the United States Naval Academy is top priority for Maryland cross-country teams, and this year ' s edition of the annual classic turned into a strategic battle for low scoring points. Having the advantage of the home course. Navy ' s Buz Lawlor and Jim Dare copped first and second as expected, but the Terps ' balanced running attack scuttled the Academy ' s bid for an addition to their win column. Maryland ' s harriers also topped their closest competitors, Ouantico, 19 to 45 to retain their District of Columbia AAU Championship. The Terp runners capped their undefeated season with the ACC crown, and neither the difficult University of South Carolina course nor the 48 runners from the seven other conference schools bent on revenge could halt Maryland ' s seven-man team in the championships at Columbia. With Matthews taking a third overall in the meet, the rest of the squad finished in the top fifteen. Jim Kehoe, in his twenty- j first season as head coach, received the cross-country cham- j pionship plaque for the third year in a row as each member of the winning team brought back a gold medal to Maryland. Senior Milt Matthews was the No. 1 man for Maryland ' s harriers this year as he led the Terps over the finish line in every outing. The wiry New Jerseyian, who runs well at any distance from the quarter to the two-mile, established him- self as an excellent cross-country performer. George Henry, the Maryland course record-holder and 1965 ACC individual cross-country champion, spent most of his final season recovering from an extended illness which cost the native of Elkton, Virginia, most of his junior outdoor season. But the fastest Terp milcr since Burr Grim still made valuable contributions with his third in the DCA.AU and low scoring positions in the Navy and ACC meets. Charlie Koester was the epitome of endurance and de- termination in his best season ever. The senior from Balti- more consistently outdistanced his teammates only to be caught at the finish by Matthews with his powerful kick. Fellow Terp Charlie Harris, the DCAAU six-mile champion, also completed a fine career at Maryland. Maryland Opponent 15 Vircinia 50 18 Duke 45 15 North Carolina 49 15 N. C. State 50 25 Navy 32 19 Ouantico 45 ACC Championship Meet: Maryland (winner), 30; North Carolina. 52; Wake Forest, 82; Duke, 99; South Carolina, 149; N. C. State, 158; Virginia, 168; Clemson, 201. Milt Matthews, the Terps ' No. I cross-country runner this season breaks the tape for Maryland in a home meet. The Maryland pack is out in front on the University of Maryland Golf Course. 229 Soccer A, Jthough beset by academic problems at the beginning of the year, the sophomore-dominated soccer team finished with a 7-2 record and its 14th straight Atlantic Coast Con- ference title. Coach Doyal Royal had some satisfaction in the return of Bernardo Bramson after a two-year absence. Bramson had originally come to Maryland on a soccer scholarship and was one of the stars of the freshman team several seasons ago. But he gave up the sport for football until this year. The Terps began easily enough by routing North Carolina State, 11-0. But after that, they had a rough time before edging tough Howard, 3-2. Maryland didn ' t come out as well in the third game of the year, against Navy.The always- troublesome Middies had few problems in beating the Terps 5-1 and handing them their first defeat of the season. An easy 9-0 win over George Washington followed the Navy loss and upped the record to 3-1. The Terps made it 4-1 by squeak- ing by Georgetown, 3-2. The team then met the tough North Carolina Tar Heels. The Carolina boys gave Maryland a scare, before the Terrapins finally pulled away with a 2-1 win. Following a 1-1 tie with Penn State, Maryland was routed by Army, 6-0. The Cadets, who along with Navy con- sistently have one of the best soccer teams, had little trouble against the youthful Terp squad. Maryland then finished the season with successive wins over Duke and Virginia for the ACC title. The Terps also extended their strin g of ACC wins to 54 straight without a loss. Bernardo Bramson and Rusty Kindratiw led all season scorers with nine goals each. Dennis Casey, who scored all his goals in the first game of the season followed with four. Maurice White and Thomas Stout were next with three goals each. Alvaro Bitencourt led in assists with four. Stout was next with three and King had two for the Terrapins. Next year Coach Royal hopes to improve his record and include among his victories Army and Navy. p te 234 Basketball T, he central cog slipped out of a seventeen year Maryland basketball operation late in March when H. A. " Bud " Millikan stepped down as head coach and assistant athletic director. With pressure mounting from parts of the administration and the student body, Millikan ' s decision came swiftly, but not totally unexpectedly. He was immediately succeeded by Frank Fellows, who has been assistant basketball coach for the past six years. There were those who greeted the departure with some- thing less than grief, but for those who knew Millikan, the release from the athletic office came like a blow to the head or a message from the war department. The coach ' s " image " was not good with those who knew him only as a name in print but, as one of his players re- marked, " The only people that like him are those that know him — and they love the guy. " Millikan ' s career won-Iost record was very respectable — his teams won better than 60 per cent of their games — but he leaves a superb olT-court record. Millikan was one of that rare breed of men who could be called totally honest — even to the point of personal hurt. In an age when college coaches are likely to promise — but hardly ever deliver — everything but a share of the gate re- ceipts to prospective players, Millikan never stooped. His players say that Millikan ' s frankness about conditions at Maryland were paramount in their coming here in the first place. As players under him, they knew the coach as a gen- tleman and a sound teacher of basketball. Millikan had some standout teams — one captured the ACC championship, several others finished second or third, and there were a number of tournament championships — but in the 1960 ' s his teams had trouble getting beyond the first round of the conference play-ofTs. This year ' s team finished with an 11-14 record, including a first round loss in the tourney, but there were some com- pelling moments over the course of the season. 235 mm c, -LTtain pictures of Millikan ' s last squad will be remem- bered long after their won-lost record will be forgotten: Gary Williams and Hilly Jones stealing the ball from underneath some giant; Rich Drcscher dunking the ball while an enemy draped himself about Drescher ' s shoulders; Pete Johnson leaping into the air, pausing there, then popping in a 20- footer; Joe Harrington clawing for rebound; Jay McMillen scoring again, then again. Marked down at the start of the year as being strictly also-rans, the cagers shocked the entire basketball community by winning eight of their first 1 1 games and one mid-season tournament championship. With almost no depth on the squad, Millikan was forced to go with the same six or seven players each game, though, and the effects began to show. A weary squad staggered home with only three wins in the final 14 outings, including heart-breaking losses to Duke and North Carolina at Cole Field House. For four players — McMillen, Harrington, Williams and Mike De Cosmo — the 1966-67 season was an end to their college basketball careers, too. McMillen finished his career with moments of brilliance — scoring feats surpassed only by Gene Shue, rebounding sur- passed by no one on this year ' s quint. There were times — notably, against Penn State and North Carolina — when Jay was magnificent. 238 A, .gainst Pcnn State, in the opening game of the season, he scored 20 points and had 20 rebounds. In the last home game of his career, against nationally ranked Carohna, he scored 21 points in the first half. Lifetime, only Shuc scored more points for Maryland. VVillianis finished his stay at Maryland with his best cam- paign. The Terps ' fioor leader was surpassed in shooting percentage by only three other ACC players, but he will be remembered most for other feats. Gary performed courageously in the face of full-court presses, hit the open man consistently, and he was Maryland ' s toughest defensive performer. At times, too, he was a shooter of surprising skill — he hit, for instance, on eight shots in eight tries against South Carolina and almost carried Mary- land to victory. Harrington finished his Maryland career on and off the bench and in and out of street clothes. Joe tore muscles in his knee in his junior year, after a splendid sophomore sea- son, and this year the knee was slow coming around. When he did play, with his leg heavily bandaged, Harring- ton had some heroic moments. His top performance was when it counted most — in the ACC tourney. He scored in double figures against South Carolina, despite playing after a long layoff. DeCosmo, the good-natured back-court man, saw limited action this year. His best season was his soph campaign, when he averaged about six points a game. " Waxie " was one of the best ball-handlers on the squad. The four seniors leave, then, with Bud Millikan, a sound tactician who turned out some fine basketball teams, but a man who will be remembered by his friends as an honest and dedicated gentleman. lifjrx UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND STATS For Twenty-Four Games (11-13) At Home: 5-5 ACC: 5-9 Away: 6-8 ACC GAMES Maryland, 45; North Carolina State, 38 (At N. C. State) Maryland, 60; North Carolina State, 55 (At Maryland) South Carolina, 65; Maryland, 63 (At Maryland) South Carolina, 80; Maryland, 53 (At South Carolina) Maryland, 85; Virginia, 65 (At Virginia) Maryland, 87; Virginia, 76 (At Maryland) Wake Forest, 68; Maryland, 59 (At Maryland) Wake Forest, 78; Maryland, 64 (At Wake Forest) Duke, 72; Maryland, 69 (OT) (At Maryland) Duke, 81; Maryland, 58 (At Duke) Maryland, 68; Clemson, 48 (At Maryland) Clcmson, 65; Maryland, 61 (At Clemson) North Carolina, 85; Maryland, 77 (At North Carolina) North Carolina, 79; Maryland, 78 (At Maryland) ACC GAMES: At Home: Won 3, Lost 4 On Road: Won 2, Lost 5 241 • •«■ " ;il f " tj photographed by Karl W. Sanger and Dave Bourdon 243 1 966-67 was an exciting year full of promise for the Mary- land Matmen. Facing possibly the toughest schedule ever arranged for the " Wrestling Terps " who posted a mediocre 4-4 record in 1966, head coach " Sully " Krouse had little reason to be optimistic before the season began. There were key vacancies to fill. Outstanding competitors Olaf Drozdov, HVW and Amando Soto, 167 had been lost to graduation, and senior lettermen Kent Webster was out with an injury. But coach Krouse was never one to under sell his team. " We have a lot of sophomores, " he said, " — and I think they ' re going to surprise some people. " The amazing Terrapin grapplers quickly established their coach a seer. With seven sophomores in their opening nine man Uneup, the Krousemen stunned rugged Minnesota 17- 12 in the season opener and crushed a supposedly strong V.M.I, mat squad 35-0 just twenty four hours later. A pin by first year man Randy Umberger, 177 and a clutch victory by sophomore heavyweight Howard Zachmann were decisive in the win over the Gophers. Gobel Kline, 152 and Gary Blood, 160 also played key roles. The high flying Terps ran into an experienced Army team next, and the Black knights escaped with a 14-14 tie by scoring victories in the final two weight classes. Maryland controlled the meet, and Army never had the lead. Sopho- more Jeff Paxton, 137 was a standout for the Terps in this one, decisioning Army ' s defending Eastern Champion Claude Johnson, 7-4. Led by two time NCAA Champ Mike Caruso, 123 per- ennial Eastern champion Lehigh, 5th ranked nationally, jumped out to an early lead and managed to hand the Mary- landers their first defeat of the season, 20-13 before a record crowd of more than 400. But the match could have gone either way. Engineer coach Gerry Leeman confessed he may have " underestimated " the young Terps. Four ties by Blood, 160, Kline, 152, Umberger, 177, and Zachmann, HVW, and a fall by Senior Captain Bob Karch accounted for the 13 Maryland points. Junior Keith Billote, 130 stood out in losing effort. Billote waged a fine battle against Lehigh ' s two time NCAA runnerup Joe Peritore before bowing 5-3. Matched against a conference foe for the first time, the Terps trounced Virginia 40-3 thus giving strong indication that they would continue to dominate ACC competition. The Terps scored five falls in the meet. Virginia ' s John Shurberg, 130 won his 20th consecutive dual meet to account for the only CavaHer points. 115 and 191 lb. classes were added for this dual meet in the hope that the ACC would adopt them on a permanent basis. These weight classes are already used in tournament competition. The nationally second ranked Cyclones of Iowa State, iiheaded by NCAA ruimerup Vic Marcucci, and 6-4, 325 giant Ted Tuinstr a, handed the grapplers their worst defeat of the season 20-8. Paxton, 137 and Umberger managed the only victories for the Krousemen. Gary Blood, 160 scored a draw. Larry Yocum wrestled well, but lost due to a shoulder injury after pUing up a point advantage. The Cyclones have a national title and five second places to their credit in the last ten years under coach Harold Nichols. Several individual matches were close in this match, and the total effort was better than the score indicated. The 1966-67 season marked the end of a successful ca- reer for team captain and two time ACC champion Bob Karch, 5-11, 167 who compiled a 17-9-0 record through his first three seasons. Through six matches this year he had a 4-2 record with two falls to his credit. The freshman mat squad under head coach Tom Schleicher compiled a 1-1 record, losing a tough 16-14 decision to the Lehigh frosh and downing Stevens Trade 19-11. The frosh squad, loaded with state champions and other outstanding high school stars, showed considerable poise in their first two matches. The history of wrestling at Maryland has been a successful one, and this year ' s sophomore dominated mat squad could have foreshadowed even better things to come. In their first six matches the grapplers demonstrated they could hold their own with the best in collegiate wrestling, compiling a 3-2-1 record against the roughest competition. They looked en- tirely capable of holding on to their ACC championship title, and gained considerable prestige nationally. Terp fans hope it is just the beginning. rtMTU Wrestling 246 photographed by: Gene Boyars and Karl W. Sanger ; ivM ' ' ' I ' iiF by Drew Marks Swimming JL or Swimming Coach Bill Campbell, .this was the year of his 100th career victory. Beginning the season with a win- lose record of 93-25, he led his primarily sophomore-junior squad through an excellent season. Leading the tankers were Co-captains Bud Beatty and Doug Springer. Beatty was the Terps ' point man in the dis- tance freestyle events and often doubled in the individual medley. Springer was last year ' s recipient of the John T. Bell Award for the year ' s most outstanding swimmer. He is de- fending ACC Champion in the 200-yard breaststroke and was Eastern Regional finalist in that and in the individual medley events. Of the 1 1 pool records which the Terps seized on the road. Springer grabbed four of them. Wayne Pawlowski combined with Springer to make the breaststroke events the Terps ' strongest asset. He is defending ACC Champion in the 100-yard breaststroke. Rounding out the freestyle arsenal was a triplet of sopho- mores. Mike Golub and his teammates, Morris Spitzer and Jim Martin, all showed great potential in this category. Jim Hill, a junior, did well in the butterfly and long dis- tance freestyle events. He was the triple winner of the mara- thon at VMI when he won the 1000-yard and 500-yard free- style and the 200-yard butterfly. He also broke the pool record at AU with a 200-yard butterfly time of 2:09.4. Hill ' s double in the butterfly events was senior Joe Wechs- ler. He had his best day against Villanova when he took a crucial second in the 200-yard butterfly. Senior Bruce Phillips, " one of the most versatile swimmers in the ACC, " and the Terps backstroker, lost only once on his back this fall. Phillips holds the varsity backstroke record of 2:03.3. The Terps ' second backstroker is junior Dave Dodge. Two mbre sophomores who came on strong in their varsity debut were butterflyer Dave Karol and distance freestyler Bob Sikorski. Both men found themselves in the distance freestyle events, usually side by side. The diving events were especially strong this year with the return of ACC finalists Pat Morgan and Jack Jordan, and the arrival of sophomore sensation Dave Fox. photographed by Joe Carson 1 ' (lift ?ff r - ' .• " S •A M ' fi " »1 ;■ t ' m BK af- i| Tr-i t 1 4 1 I B JB ftj Wm S iSHiflH |. ' Lacrosse 253 M. aryland ' s mighty lacrosse team enjoyed a 10-1 record in 1966. Under new head coach John Howard the Terps easily won the Atlantic Coast Conference championship. The season opened with a 12-7 win over Princeton. Mary- land was led by attackman Jack Heim, who scored seven points. Heim starred again in the Terp ' s next triumph, a 19-5 rout of the Maryland Lacrosse Club. Five goals and five assists by Heim put the game out of reach. Maryland outshot Brown, 78-28, in their next contest, to win 15-0. Brown goalie Dick Alder had a busy afternoon, compiling 30 saves. Reserve goalie Bud DeHoust chalked up six saves to help the Terps whip Penn State. Following this, Maryland raised its record to 5-0 by crushing Baltimore University in a game played in a near whirlwind. The weather didn ' t seem to bother Alan Lowe, who led the Red and White with six assists and two goals. In the biggest game of the year, the largest crowd ever to see a Maryland lacrosse game, 14,500, witnessed Navy ' s great Jimmy Lewis lead his team to an 11-9 win over the Terps. Maryland came back to dump Duke, 19-5, and then have its defense, led by Alan Pastrana, completely dominate North Carolina. When the slaughter was over, the Terps owned an 18-0 victory. Steve Lavaute and Heim scored in the final period to break a 6-6 tie against Army in the Terp ' s next match. Maryland went on to wrap up an 11-7 triumph. Wrapping up the season, Maryland defeated neighboring Virginia and John Hopkins. i Tt -T.,.. : .. -it ■ % iitnc ■■- • ' • (BT ,; 254 y T — 1 T T ' T 1 T t T T r ■ t " T T- T— — r T " T T -I f ' I ' ■■ " ' J ' %• - ■ " .... — -r ■■ " JH _. . — t — f f j I I ; — » — — I t IT t » y i P fnli T .. 1 4- photographed by Karl W. Sanger Baseball J-t took five long years, but the 1966 season made a believ- er out of varsity baseball coach " Jack " Jackson. The loss of Jerry Bark and Brad Frost convinced Jackson that pitching is the name of the game. Without the pair of aces that led the Terps to the NCAA regionals the year before, Jackson turned to senior Chris Sole and a trio of right-handed sophomores. As it turned out. Sole, a southpaw from Frederick, started only four games and failed to go any distance in any of them. The leader of the " sophomore set, " Mark Harris, was the only real surprise that Jackson could point to in review- ing the season. Harris, who pitched his high school in Over- lea, led the staff in complete games (3), innings pitched (51), wins (4), and ERA with a 1.59 mark. Georae Manz, the second member of Jackson ' s sopho- mores, finished the year with a 3.11 ERA and led all pitch- ers in innings pitched (55) and strikeouts (51). The third member of the " kiddie corps, " Frank BonVardo, was actually the only sophomore Jackson expected to step into the starting rotation. However, the " Blazer " had control problems as he surrendered 20 walks in 14 innings. The only moundsman to finish with a perfect record was - the Terps ' fireman, Winnie Prange, who wound up with a 2-0 slate and a 1.59 ERA. Among the bright spots in the hitting department, the brightest was Danny Kerns, who had a .359 average. Mary- land ' s only other .300 hitter was firstbaseman Larry Davis, while leading the Terps in runs scored and RBIs with 18 and 22 respectively. Davis and senior Bill Seidling tied for first place in the home-run derby with three apiece. Although Steve Sauve was Maryland ' s third leading hitter with a mediocre .244 average, his value does not lie in the batting column. In addition to his innate qualities of leader- ship, Sauve has proven himself to be one of the greatest defensive catchers ever to play in Shipley Field. Also, defensively, the keystone combination of shortstop Jerry Kremer and second baseman Skip Rogosky pulled off a total of 13 double plays and looked like seasoned veterans in their first year with the varsity. An 11-12 record was just about what Coach Jackson expected from a unit composed mostly of sophomores, play- ing most of their games on foreign sites, using untested pitching. It was a frustrating season, but it made Jackson a believer. - ' ■. ' . ACC Record: 6-8 Record: 1 1-12 At Home: 7-4 Away: 4-8 RESULTS Dartmouth, 12; Maryland, 11 (H) Maryland, 8; Syracuse, 3 (H) Connecticut, 6; Maryland, 2 (H) Connecticut, 5; Maryland 3 (H) Maryland, 6,; Delaware, 3 (H) Maryland, 10; Georgetown, 2 (A) Clemson, 1 1; Maryland, 2(A) Clemson, 12; Maryland, 7 (A) Maryland, 4; South Carolina, 3 (A) Maryland, 4; South Carolina, (A) Maryland, 4; Duke, (H) Maryland, 8; Wake Forest, 4(H) North Carolina, 8; Maryland, 3 (A) N.C. State, 4; Maryland, 2(A) Maryland, 1 1 ; Virginia, 1 (H) Wake Forest, 5; Maryland, 1 (A) Duke, 3; Maryland, 2 (A) North Carolina, 5; Maryland, 2 (H) Maryland, 4; N.S. State, 3(11 inns) (H) Maryland, 3; Georgetown, 1 (H) Virginia, 5; Maryland, 4(16 inns) (A) Maryland, 3; Penn State, 1(A) Navy, 4; Maryland, 3 (A) ' ' ■: - • photo by Karl W. Sanger A he 1965-1966 indoor and outdoor track teams compiled what had to be the most successful year in Maryland track history. Not only did they run away with the indoor and outdoor ACC titles for the eleventh straight year, they also garnered the IC4A indoor and outdoor championships, sym- bolic of Eastern track supremacy. The success of the track team is a testimony to coach Jim Kehoe, and has brought the University of Maryland great prestige across the nation. There were heroes galore and many outstanding perform- ances. The campaign began indoors with a convincing 59-41 photo by John Scrivener triumph over arch-rival " The United States Naval Academy. " as Coach Kehoe refers to the Annapolis school. Enroute to the ACC Meet, the Terps competed in such meets as the Boston A.S.. Philadelphia Inquirer, and the National Track and Field Federation Meet. At Boston, Frank Costello es- tablished a university record in the high jump with a leap of 1 ' Va " . Dave Starnes ran a 9:09 in the two-mile run at Phila- delphia to set a school record in that event. The two-mile relay quarter of Dan Donahue, Steve Washburn. George Henry, and Milt Matthews ran a 7:48.6 at the Federation meet to set still another Terp record. M. -aryland next traveled to Chapel Hill, North Caro- lina, where they ran up an impressive 85 points to head off second place North Carolina with 32 ' 2 points, and the rest of the ACC. Individual champions included Pete Kowzun in the pole vault with a record-setting 15 ' 3 ' 2 " ; Bruce Carson in the 70 yd. high hurdles; Frank Costello in the high jump; Ed Marks in the broad jump; Dave Starnes in the two mile; John Warfield in the 600 yd. run; and Milt Matthews, whose 2:16.7 set a record in the 1000 yd. run. The following week, the ACC Champions arrived in Madison Square Garden as underdogs to Villanova in the IC4A Champinion. The Terrapins, however, proved the " experts " to be amateurs as their 28 points outdistanced Villanova, with 17, and the rest of the Eastern field. Most coaches would have been happy with one individual champion, but Coach Kehoe had four. Reigning NCAA high jump champion Frank Cos- tello led the way by leaping 6 ' 10 " for first place. Ernie Hearon upset his nemesis Rod Stewart of Duke in the shot put with a heave of Sl ' lVi " . Ed Marks, then an unknown, surprised everybody by taking the broad jump with a lA ' lQy " effort. Sophomore Tom Gagner captured the pole vault with 15 ' 4 " . At the NCAA Meet in Detroit, Maryland finished in a tie for seventh. Frank Costello was runner-up in the high jump behind Otis Burrell; Ed Marks took fourth in the broad jump; and Ernie Hearon set a University record of 58 ' ! " as he placed fifth in the shot put. Above: With spikes flashing, IC4A indoor broad jump clninipioii Ed Marks soars to victory over the Midshipmen. Below: Javelin thrower Dick Dull displays the form that brought him championships in the ACC and the Penn Relays. Above: Former NCAA champion, Frank Costello, dears the bar at 6 ' ll " , for first place in the Navy meet. Below: Grimacing as he hits the tape, sprinter Jim Lee lakes first in the 220 against Navy. He holds the University record in this event, 20.9, as well as in the 100, at 9.4. r M aryland ' s first appearance outdoors was on April 3rd, when they spht the squad, sending tracksters to both the South Carolina Relays, and the American University Relays. Although no oflicial team scores were kept, the Terps scored heavily in both meets. After defeating Duke and Virginia in a triangular meet, the Terps warmed up for the Penn Relays with 1 15-27 rout over North Carolina. The highlight of this meet was Frank Costello ' s jump of 7 ' I " which broke his own University rec- ord. In the Penn Relays, three Terrapins won gold watches. Consistent Frank Costello paced first in the high jump; im- proved Dick Dull took first in the javelin throw; and sopho- more Ed Marks won the triple jump with 48 ' ' 2 " — an event in which he had never participated before coming to Mary- land! The following week, Maryland stayed at home to host arch- rival Navy. Prior to the meet Coach Kehoe had warned his squad, " If it ' s close, you ' re going to lose it! " The Terrapins heeded his warning. The only thing close was the locker room, as the Terps gave Coach Kehoe a satisfying 89-5 1 victory. The Terps were paced by double winners Jim Lee, with wins in both the 100 and 220, and Ed Marks, who took firsts in the broad jump and triple jump. The ACC meet was next. For the eleventh year in a row, Maryland sought the ACC crown, and for the eleventh year in a row, they brought it home. Blessed with great depth, the Terrapins literally dominated the whole meet, scoring 103 points. South Carolina was second with 54, and North Caro- lina was third with 23. Maryland captured an amazing 10 individual championships. Bruce Carson was a double win- ner, setting an ACC record in the 440 IH with 54.3, and winning the 120 high hurdles. Jim Lee also pulled off a double, winning the 100, and setting an ACC record of 21.0 in the 220. Dick Dull won the javelin, Frank Costello placed first in the high jump, and sophomores Dave Starnes and Tom Thompson took honors in the two-mile and pole vault respectively. A third double winner was Ed Marks who set an ACC record in the triple jump with 49 ' ' 2 " , and also won the broad jump. Dick Drescher set a University record in the discus with 159 ' ' -4 " , while placing behind Art Swarts of South Carolina. When Maryland arrived at Randall ' s Island, N.Y., for the outdoor IC4A " s, the question in track experts minds was whether the Terps could outscore a strong team from — that ' s right — Villanova. The Maryland cindermen answered that question with a successful defense of their crown, scoring 40 points to nmner-up Villanova ' s 32. Morgan State was third with 20 points and Penn State fourth with 17. Two first places — Frank Costello with 6 ' 10 " in the high jump, and Ed Marks with 49 ' 6 ' 2 " in the triple jump — coupled with great depth proved to be the key to Maryland ' s victory. An exam- ple of this support was Ernie Hearon ' s toss of 58 ' 6 " in the shot put — good enough for second place and a University record. In the NCAA in June, Frank Costello was second in the nation in the high jump, and Jim Lee was third and sixth in the 220 and the 100. Enroute to his places, Jim Lee estab- lished University records in both races with a 9.4 clocking in the 100, and a sensational 20.9 in the 220. Maryland ' s 1966-67 team will be strengthened by a strong frosh team which was undefeated in dual competition. The track future at Maryland thus seems certain to continue its upward swing. ?-«;»- Above: ( iiivrruly nvunl-hoLUr i: il ' j " . ,md I, ■■-,,:, ' l( AA ,!...■■■ l ion, Riiss White, hurls the spear on a loiti; journey. Below; A jubi- lant Terp track team parades Coach Jim Kehoe around Madison Square Garden after capturing the 1966 ICAA indoor championship. . 8 Tennis 266 M. aryland ' s Tennis Team managed a 9-5 season and a third place tie in the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament despite early predictions of a rough season. A rash of graduation losses and the return of only two first-stringers, Len Modzelewski and Tom Merriweather, prompted Team Coach Doyal Royal to say at the beginning of the year, " We will have to fight very hard to stay in the top half of the conference. The team relied on the performance of the promising first year men, John Shaf1 " er and Dick Harrington. Both boys came through with winning records. The coach of the netmen, Doyal Royal, originally came to the University of Maryland in 1947 as the soccer coach. Coach Royal ' s tennis teams have never finished below fourth in the ACC. In 1957 and 1964, Maryland teams captured the conference title. Royal considers 1964 the best season Maryland has enjoyed in tennis. That year Maryland was rated in the top ten in the country and number one in the east. That season Maryland had two finalists in the tourna- ment championships. This season Maryland found league competition greatly improved over past year. Coach Royal thinks that the teams in the ACC are getting closer in their ability and toughness. Teams such as Wake Forest, South Carolina, and Virginia are now top threats to take the conference title. The Univer- sity of North Carolina dominates the ACC as can be seen with their 9-0 defeat of Maryland. The ACC being a southern conference has more clement weather in which to practice. This plus fine coaching has made the ACC one of the top tennis conferences in the country. Maryland opened their season against a tough Ivy League team in Dartmouth. This match was the start of a five game winning streak when Maryland edged Dartmouth 5-4. With relatively little trouble, they subdued Cornell, Syracuse, Johns Hopkins, and South Carolina. After losing to Clemson and beating Penn State, the Terp netmen trounced Wake Forest 9-0. With a record of seven wins in eight matches, the Terps prepared to meet the highly touted University of North Carolina. Despite great momentum and a home court ad- vantage Maryland failed to win a point and lost to the Tar Heels 9-0. From there the Terps went on to lose three of their last five matches including a 5-4 loss to arch rival Navy. Maryland received consistent play from the top seven men. All but one of the top seven had winning records. The in- dividual records run: John ShaetTer 10-4, Rich Davis 8-6, Len Modzelewski 12-2, Frank Kready 8-6, Tom Merri- weather 5-6, Ken Chapman 6-2, and Dick Harrington 7-3. Next season the netmen will have stars George McGuire and Dave Werchen from the freshmen team. Coach Royal thinks that Maryland will again finish in the top half of the ACC. Dartmouth 5-4 Cornell 6-3 Syracuse 9-0 Hopkins 9-0 South Carolina 8-1 Clemson 4-5 Penn State 5-4 Wake Forest 9-0 North Carolina 0-9 Navy 4-5 Virginia 4-5 North Carolina State 9-0 Duke 7-2 Georgetown 4-5 • ••» ♦■ » s J t tt-k ■ ' • ' irf V f V y li % %- , f •4 t At iij --.? . t, , }. ' f » w ' " ;• X • ' ■ V y ► v - - «4 » » 7 ' 4- . • 7 -i ' ■ • ' Graduation o n June 3, 1967, Cole Field House will be filled to the rim with graduating seniors, their proud parents, relatives, and friends, and ail the members of Maryland ' s academic family. Each and every one of approximately 4,000 stu- dents will receive a diploma with his name on it. This assembly line graduation is truely one of the miracles of modern times. Each successful graduate gets to meet his dean, briefly, for the first (and last) time in his academic career. As a graduating senior is on his way out (and up, we hope) this seems to be a very fitting farewell to standing on numerous long lines during his four year stay at Maryland. 271 photographed by Ken Firestone 272 273 a. ' iJiJP ' ' 00313 01 CC4f.5A 0C314 01 004r6A n T3ic ni n n . r n k 00315 01 0C4C7A D2 OD 4 5a BO 3 ' 0 C 00313 01 C04Cf 00314 01 004r Administration 277 Board of Regents T, he two new members appointed by the Governor to the Board of Regents are Judge Mary Arabian of the Municipal Courts in Baltimore and Harry Boswell, Maryland attorney. Though known for their responsibility to University policy and finance, the Board also acts as the State Board of Agri- culture and in addition is responsible to the state for in- specting weights and measures. President Wilson H. Elkins Dr. Wilson H. Elkins, president of the University of Mary- land since September 1, 1954, has a background of outstand- ing achievement in scholarship, leadership and athletics. From 1933 to 1936, Dr. Elkins was a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University, where he earned his Doctor of Philosophy degree. His administration at Maryland has been marked with a consistent strengthening of academic standards despite tre- mendous increases in student enrollment. Doctor Elkins ex- plained this year that Admission requirements will be raised as more facilities become available on the junior college level. To the Freshman class he advised " Self discipline does not just happen. It requires concentration, thought, and prac- tice. " He urged the students to stand on their own two feet and think for themselves. In December, Dr. Elkins was elected president of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools during its 80th annual convention. 279 University Administrative Officers Dr. R. Lee Hornbake Vice President for academic affairs Dr. Walter B. Waetjen Vice President for administrative affairs Dr. Albin O. Kuhn Vice President for Baltimore campus Dr. Michael J. Pelczar Vice President for graduate studies and research Mr. Robert A. Beach Assistant to the President for University Relations Dr. Frank L. Bentz Assistant to the President Mr. Robert E. Kendig Assistant to the President Dr. Justin WilHams Research Assistant to the President Dr. Leslie R. Bundgaard Executive Dean for Student Life Mr. Thomas E. Florestano Assistant to the Dean Mr. Francis A. Gray, Jr. Administrative Director Dr. Darrcll L. Rishcl Director, Judiciary Office Dr. Helen E. Clarke Associate Dean of Students Dr. Thomas M. Magoon Associate Dean of Special Student Services Dr. Furman A. Bridgers Director, International Services and Foreign Student Advisor Miss Margaret C. Lloyd Director of Housing Mr. William L. Hoff Manager, Student Union -= V a Colleges Agriculture Dean Gordon Cairns Founded under the land grant college system in 1856, the College of Agriculture is the oldest division of the Uni- versity of Maryland at College Park. Today the college, under the guidance of Dean Gordon Cairns still plays an important role in Maryland University training. Many changes have taken place in the college since its establishment. A new wing which has recently been added to the H. J. Patterson building provides additional classroom space, including area for new geology laboratory facilities. A new Animal Science building is presently in the planning stage. Expansion is also taking place in facilities off the Col- lege Park campus. The College of Agriculture has been granted one-hundred acres on the upper Eastern Shore from the Wye Institute for crops and soil research. Advancements in Agricultural research have also been taking place. The Salisbury farm has undergone expansion in poultry research, particularly in breeding studies and in environmental research. Etomological research facilities have also been expanded. A graduate study in connection with adding vitamin E to milk flavor has been initiated. Research advancements are also taking place in such areas as bio- chemical studies of food and milk flavors and studies of insect control through the use of pesticides. Arts and Sciences Dean Charles Manning Formerly a sector of the English Department, the Com- parative Literature program has become the sixteenth de- partment of the expanding College of Arts and Sciences. An extension of the Art Department can be seen in the new graduate program in museum training. One of the many exhibits run by graduate students this year was the outstand- ing collection of paintings in Meticulous Realism, shown at the Fine Arts Gallery. To accommodate the expanding programs and mounting enrollment architectural supplements such as the Physics Lecture Hall and the addition to the Chemistry Building are m progress. Of the ten Excellence in Teaching Awards given at the University the College of Arts and Sciences received six and on the nationwide scene, three of the (ifty-seven endowments given by the National Foundation on the Arts and Humani- ties were received by members of the Arts and Sciences faculty. Another important honor was a further accrediting of the Music Department awarded by the National Associa- tion of Schools of Music. In addition to its sixteen departments the College of Arts and Sciences includes the Institute of Molecular Physics. Business and Public Administration Dean Donald W. O ' Connell Expansion has earmarked the College of Business and Public Administration. The 1966 school year brought to B.P.A. a total of 3,522 students, a figure which has doubled itself since the year 1961. In order to satisfy its growing need for new facilities, the college enlarged its physical plant by rcfinishing and converting the attic of its main building into twenty-two new offices and seminar rooms. Academically, the college carried on the spirit of expan- sion by innovating several new programs, the most important being the addition of the Doctor of Business Administration Program. The Department of Government and Politics is presently in the process of formulating a new honors pro- gram for its undergraduates which will allow students in the honor category to work independently on advanced studies in their chosen fields. The growing faculty of B.P.A. became involved in various new and noteworthy projects. Dr. Frank Burdette, head of the Bureau of Governmental Research, holds membership on a committee which is investigating revision of the Maryland State Constitution. Dr. Dillon of the Department of Govern- ment and Politics is editing and compiling the papers of Governor Tawes. 288 Education Dean Vernon E. Anderson The College of Education under the supervision of Dean Veron E. Anderson has continued to grow and expand phy- sically, administratively, and educationally. The new Edu- cational Technology Center, the Science Teaching Center and several faculty offices and classrooms will, by summer 1967, occupy the basement of the new Education building. The College also expanded administratively with the crea- tion of three new departments which represent past pro- grams: Administration, Supervision and Curriculum; Coun- seling and Student Personnel; and Special Education. Educationally the College has grown by the addition of new programs and grants. The Early Childhood-Elementary Department in cooperation with the University College has received a federal grant for the training and development of teachers in the Pennsylvania-Maryland-District of Columbia areas for project " Head Start. " The program includes an ex- perimental nursery-kindergarten for children in " a pocket of poverty " where new ideas, methods and equipment can be tested. The Maryland Elementary Mathematics Inservice Program (MEMIP) under a federal grant was initiated during the summer of 1966 to develop and demonstrate a team-taught inservice mathematical model for local elemen- tary school teachers. Engineering Dean Robert B. Beckmann The College of Engineering was established in 1894 and has conferred over 5000 baccalaureate degrees in engineer- ing since 1 898. Today there are over 2500 undergraduates 500 graduates enrolled in this ever expanding College. It is comprised of six departments; aerospace, chemical, civil, electrical, fire protection and mechanical. Although the largest department is electrical, with over forty percent of the students, the chemical is the striking. Last year the Chemical Engineering Department conferred thirteen Ph.D. degrees which ranks that department among the top six in the country. The most outstanding feature of the College is its rapidly expanding graduate departments. Over $1.5 million have been allocated for graduate research program this year. The Fluid Dynamics and Applied Mathematical Institute is inter- nationally known for its research. On campus the new Space Sciences Building is part of the Fluid Dynamics research divisions. Also, Dr. H. Lansberg, a member of the National Academy of Engineering recently joined this graduate divi- sion. Retiring Dean Allen ' s office was taken over last September by Dr. R. B. Beckmann who was formerly head of the Chemical Engineering Department. The goals of the College are to lead in the education of engineers by keeping pace with new emerging ideas and by developing in the student proficiency in the methods and techniques essential to the profession of engineering. Graduate School Dr. Michael J. Pelczar, Jr. The rapidly growing Maryland University Graduate School has as its new leader Dr. Michael J. Pelczar, Jr., of the microbiology department. Dr. Pelczar is the former president of the American Association of University Professors and the Washington Branch of the American Society for Micro- biology. This year the University ' s Graduate School has grown more in percentage of students than the undergraduate school. Besides extensions in Balt imore, graduate facilities will find housing in the future South Annex to the adminis- tration Building. New positions of leadership are necessary to organize this expanding program. Dr. David S. Sparks of the University History Department is the first to hold the title of Associate Dean for Humanities and Social Sciences. In the Graduate Program, professors are selected to help a student ' s thesis work and formulate an appropriate program of research in the student ' s chosen field. 291 Home Economics Dean Erna R. Chapman Saving the brainpower of thousands of children is a not- able topic in the College of Home Economics. Publicized experiments performed this year in the Nutrition Depart- ment have demonstrated that a common form of mental retardation caused by a lack of the amino acid PK U can be eliminated by a specific diet. Beca use of an inborn fault in metabolism the children concerned cannot utilize this acid without the artificial supplement in the newly discov- ered diet. Also this year in a project concerning weight loss, reason was found to believe that a change in body composition is only successful in diets including exercise. In conjunction with the State Department the College of Home Economics held a summer course to instruct nine- teen African women how to teach Home Economics in sec- ondary schools back home. Participants were from Gabon, Malagasy, Senegad, and Togo. The Dean of the College, Erna R. Chapman, noted that Home Economics students work directly with the public in many of their Health, Education, and Commercial proj- ects. Dean Chapman also announced the renaming and re- furbishing of Home Economics building next fall. Library Science Dean Paul Wasserman On the fourth floor of the McKeldin Library lies the headquarters for all students working toward a Library Science Certificate. This year more than 100 students are enrolled in this expanding program. After taking the six undergraduate courses offered in this field, each student must spend a total of sixteen weeks in Librarian capacities in local public schools. Professor Dale W. Brown, who instructs the courses con- cerning children ' s materials, is particularly proud of the 5000 volumes comprising the children ' s book collection at McKeldin Library, Records, film strips and pictures are also available in the collection. 298 O. I. R. . •■ ' CL • Dr. Macon H. Capelle Is it necessary to think of changing your goals? The OIR can help. The Office of Intermediate Registration was established in 1957 to enable students through counseling to undertake the work they are best suited for. If a student decides to transfer colleges, he may not do so if on probation or having less than a 2.0 cumulative average in courses applicable to the college he wishes to enter, but he may register in the OIR program and begin immediately in his new field instead of spending time improving in a curriculum he has already decided to drop. The student in OIR receives intensive guidance from ad- visors who have an interest in the individual and a reliable knowledge of the inner workings of every college on campus. The OIR, directed by Macon H. Capelle, fulfills a defi- nite campus need to reduce academic frustrations. Plans for expanding the program were begun in November by a committee established by R. Lee Hornbake, vice president for academic affairs and by Leslie R. Bundgaard, executive Dean for Student Life. Physical Education Dean Lester M. Fraley The College of Physical Education this year altered its format by initiating a three department type system which consisted of the Department of Phyiscal Education, the Department of Health, and the Department of Recreation each of which was directed by a separate department head. Under the leadership of Dean Lester M. Fraley, the col- lege continued to offer stimulating programs in Dance and Physical Therapy. It also boasted an outstanding faculty whose individual members contributed to the literature and development of Health and Physical Education through the publication of textbooks and through research. In the required physical education program, several new courses were inaugurated. A free exercise class was started as was a course in conditioning which made use of various types of Physical Apparatus. Also, the department continued to operate its unique Indoor Golf Stadium which allowed students to participate in actual golf games during inclement weather. 295 University College Dean Ray Ehrensberger The University College, with an enrollment of approxi- mately 97,000, serves adults throughout the Washington and Maryland area by offering standard college courses during the evening hours. Headed by Dean Ray Ehrens- berger, University College offers courses at two hundred education centers in twenty-four foreign countries on four continents. The services of University College have also been extended to serve GI ' s in Europe and the Far East. Two programs are offered to those attending University College ' s evening courses: a BA in General Studies and a BS in Military Studies. By establishing education centers throughout the world. University College is able to extend the services of the University. 296 terrapin 57 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND YEARBOOK ' 4 " - s relieves " e I To r!,lf o,, ' ; .o, ; ' !Oo l s. ' oZ Bpi ' E ' •Af to ' AfO " fftc " " Communications Ken Firestone, Editor SW p s " Phil Geraci, Faculty Advisor (l-r): Marci Scherr, Managing Editor; Judy Siegel, Art Director; Ellie Kurtz, Copy Editor. I Assistant Editors: (l-ri E. Rosenberg, B. Weiner, B. Goffman, J. Englebrecht. 1. Solomon. Missing; L. Taylor and S. Kantor. Copy Staff: (l-rj K. Blieth, R. Stoll, M. Dodd, S. Schenker, E. Kurtz, S. Einbinder, L. I.ightbody. Senior Section: (1-r) M. Bryant, B. Knapik, S. Smith, G. Sherman, S. ' i evzeroll, M. Robinson, M. Gold, J. Siegel. Photographers: (l-r) Karl W. Sanger and Gene Boyars. From the editor ' s desk . . . X t becomes difficult to do a yearbook for a school with over 20,000 students. Everybody can ' t have his picture in the book. Somebody is goinc; to be displeased because her favorite club didn ' t get a four page spread. Unfortunately, we can ' t please everyone. We did try to represent the University with a series of picture stories touching on many different facets of campus life. This idea is not a new one. It was first tried in 1963 by Emory Kristof, and every Terrapin since then has used the picture story concept. We are using more picture stories than ever before, almost 300 pages. We are also featuring a new " arrival " at Maryland: The fine arts; dance, drama, music, art and photography. The arts have always been with us. This year, during the first full year for the Tawes Fine Arts Center, they have come into their own. University Theater ' s productions have all been sell-outs. Thousands were turned away from the Martha Gra- ham and Van Cliburn performances. Many students have been filing through the art gallery to see the wonderful shows displayed there. In short, Maryland is experiencinj, a " cul- tural revolution. " We salute this revolution, and hope it continues in years to come. Putting together a book as large as the Terrapin is no small task, and many long hours of work by many people, went into its production. I would like to thank some of these people: My staff, who actually made this book; Phil Geraci, our advisor, who always provided a needed shoulder to cry on; Mrs. Mary Donaldson for her help in keeping our finances straight; Clayton Plummer and Paul Thomas for their help in designing the specifications for the book; Mrs. Doris Powell and Jim McWilliams, of Foote and Davies, our printer, for their patience, understanding, and interest; Buck May, of Harris and Ewing photographers, for getting over 2,000 seniors photographed; Jim Sams, of Kingsport Press, for an excellent job on our cover; all the members of the Diamondback staff who helped us out with copy and pictures for the Newslog and sports features: and the Dance, Drama, Music and Art departments for their help and co- operation in producing the Creative Maryland features. To those new yearbook editors who are wondering: We used a 10 pt. Times Roman Body Type with one pt. of lead. Times Roman and Baskerville display faces, printed on an enamel stock. The cover design was silk screened on a linen finish buckram. Ken Firestone 301 DIAMONDBAGK J— nteqDrise reporting that gained national attention high- lighted the 1966-67 Diamondback. Investigative reporter Anne Groer won a national award for her in-depth study of drugs on the University campus. In another article. Political Affairs Editor Ira Allen was quoted around the country after he discovered that draft cards were being illegally re- produced and sold by a University student. His front page story brought a quick end to the enterprise. Diamondback staffers also won awards for an article about the University ' s veterans housing and an editorial questioning judicial procedure at the University. Accompanying that enterprise was a continuation of the Diamondback ' s broad- based policy of service to campus organizations. An expand- ed news staff — sometimes involving a hundred or more cor- respondents — helped bring the Diamondback ' s basic com- modity of campus news to its audience of campus readers. And more than ever before, the Diamondback aimed at reporting exclusive news only hours after it took place, regu- larly beating metropolitan newspaper competition. In Decem- ber ' s Student Union disturbances, for example. Diamond- back editors pooled special task forces daily for saturation coverage of the news — and for clearly-labeled interpretation of its causes. With the addition of an Associated Press wire. Diamond- back editors also examined state news as it affected the Uni- versity. They supplemented wire service profiles of major gubernatorial candidates with exclusive interviews and pro- vided the fastest, most accurate election returns of any news- paper in both primary and general elections. And with the creation of the exchange editor ' s position, editors hoped to broaden the Diamondback ' s perspective by offering significant news from other campuses. Meanwhile, the Diamondback ' s sports department also won its share of top stories. The paper reported exclusively, for example, that three top aides to former football coach Lou Saban would join Saban in Denver. In addition, sports editors in- creased coverage of late-night events for the next morning ' s editions. A new look on the Damondback ' s editorial pages, com- plete with specially-chosen type faces, also greeted Univer- sity students this year. Meanwhile, the Diamondback con- tinued enlarging its photo staff, one of the most honored in collegiate journalism. Consistently receiving high ratings from national groups, Diamondback photographers prepared a record number of photo pages on subjects ranging from mini skirts to sports to theatre. In another area, the Diamondback boosted circulation to a record 17,000 four times a week to better serve University students. In advertising, the Diamondback also sported another record and helped support the greatest number of pages in 59 years of publication. John M. Purnell, Editor-in Chief I Photo Staff PHOTO STAFF: (L-R) Front Row— Hollace Goldberg, Photo Editor Hening Christoph, Milton Buchler II. Back Row — John Hendrickson, Stephsn Thompson, Carl Harris, Bill Kesler. Editors EDITORS: (L-R) Assistant Managing Editors. Nancy Ohlson, Larry Werner; Managing Editor. Jerry Ceppos, State Editor, Ira Allen. 303 BUSINESS AND ADVERTISING STAFF: Front Ro — (L-R) Ad. Mgr. Alan Kellam, Business Mgr. Bobbi Evans, Jean Inouye, Marie Coleman, Sara Myers. Back Row — Carol Toula. Linda Schevitz, Barbara Cox. Judy Evans, Steff Valentino, Elaine Eutsler, Susan Cromer, Burt Blumberg, James Clements, Elaine Ginsberg. Business and Advertising Staff Sports Staff 1 SPORTS STAFF: Front Row — Sports Editor Barry Fishier, Exec. Sports Editor Larry Walsh. Back Row — Dave Bourdon, Jeff Isnev, Mike Olesker, Larry Becker, John Prevar. " ' ' 8 m » n 304 NEWS BOARD (L-R): From Row — Carolyn Holstein, Maxyne Bill, Anne Groer, Gail Conlin. Back row — Margie Solomon, Stan Goldberg, Myrna Lippman. Larry Werner, Ira Allen, Hollace Goldberg, Virginia Broadbeck, Debbie George. News Board Standing (L-R): Dennis Luther Steve Parks Weds. C.C. Fri. D.E. Seated (L-R): Jim Fellows John Renner Judy Appel Margaret Hill Thurs. D.E. Thurs. C.C. Weds. D.E. Fri. C.C. Daily Editors and Copy Chiefs •L ' w r«?». ARGUS— Fro ! Row l-r: P. Nesbitt, Jr., P. Randolph, B. Harper, J. Kidder. T. Walker. L. Rains. 2nd Row: B. Reynolds, P. Framis, L. Beach, G. Allen, T. Beck, J.Amberson, S. Miller. 3rd Row: D. Woodbury, J. Potthast, W. Hooker, H. Raza, J. Davidson, D. Meers. Missing: T. Baxter, Editor. Argus WMUC WMVC— Front Row l-r: D. Goldstein, A. KaflFen, C. Weese, E. Sacks, R. Duckman, Manager, G. Maynard, P. Suarez, C. Ford, J. Dowling. 2nd Row: C. Diekmann, J. Policy, J. Haifley, R. Ferrara, F. Groff, B. Malkin, J. Hartge, H. Eisenberg, G. Warner. 3rd Row: G. Glasser, J. Semuels, J. Smithson, C. Tillman. P. Bedford, R. De- Vroom, T. Moffit, M. Silverman, 4ili Row: R. Schaub, F. Lipshultz, R. Wolfe, J. Moore, R. King, R. Lett, R. Fisch, R. Povich. f fli Paul Connor Dorms 1 » f f jL Iff -Xf 1 Sf i V ttw ir ' ' 1 i ». . ? ill 1 CAMBRIDGE COMPLEX COUNCIL— Fran Row: M. Kuhn, M. DeMatteis, W. King, Treas.; M. Stein, V. Pres.; R. Bartnik, Pres.; R. War- field, Soc. Chrm.; L. Choin, Sec; N. Maynard. Back Row: R. Dietrich, W. Giffin, D. Robinson, J. Coyle, P. Plunkert, K. Gregory, L. Davis, J. Corl, J. Davis. Cambridge Complex Council Denton Complex Council DENTON COMPLEX COUNCIL— Fran Row: K. Frazier, Sec; J. Hastings, Pres.; A. Kozlowski, A. Coord.; B. Cohen. V. Pres.; M. Don- neUy, Treas. Second Row: M. Bryant, N. Noack, J. Graham, M. Holzapfel, S. Patterson, C. Roach, S. Kline. Third Row: J. McAllister, E. Shaver, J. Frushour, R. Snead, S. Langfeld. Back Row: L. Lowenthal, M. Jones, D. Dickson, G. Ord, C. Kelly. :U. HILL AREA COUNCIL— Frofif Row: S. Thompson. K. Borofka, T. Courchen, Sec; S. Zweig, Treas.; D. Eisler, V. Pres.; R. Parilzky, Pres.; L. Young. Adv.; P. Xenakes, Adv.; B. Payne. B. Milker. Second Row: I. Bloom, R. Kadcsch, T. Stearns, L. Brock, J. Williamson, L. Knoerkin, P. Geisenkotler, D. Kohne, S. Dansicker, S. Gordon, L. Yarmosky, D. Simkowitz. Back Row: R. Laber, J. Mahoney, A. Loomis, S. Miller, E. Frey, J. Lehmann, T. Shivers, A. Elgahil, H. Wolpert, A. Brown, M. Gaflfney. Hill Area Council Mobile Unit Council MOBILE UNIT COUNCIL— Fron Row: B. Farver, A. Coord.; R. Morgan. Sec; C. Weincek. Pres.; F. Bender, V. Pres.; B. Borzymowski, Treas. Back Row: J. Rosenberg, M. Dorsch, J. Cooper, H. Purnell, A. Holt, J. Bembe. Residence Hall Council RESIDENCE HALLS COUNCIL— Fronf Row: D. Eisler, T. Shepherd, T. Courchen, Sec; R. Woolf. Pres.; B. Larson, V. Pres.; L. Choin, B. Cohen. Back Row: R. Bartnik, F. Bender, C. Wiensek, W. Lawrence R. Paritszky. J. Hastings, N. Adelman, W. Grove. jr if I t 309 Anne Arundel ANNE ARUNDEL — Front Row: M. Brill, P. Miller, M. Siavitz, A. Korson, M. Shaffer, R. Woodward, L. O ' Nei:, treas., R. Pfeiffer. v. pres., S. Barnes, pres., G. Duncan, sec, C. Hubbard, G. Donalds, C. Holeves, M. Dowden, C. Holt, S. Jarosinski, B. Miller, E. Pepper. Second Row: F. Sherr, T. Page, T. Pierce, E. Floyd, S. Streeter, S. Mann, P. Cryer, P. Collins, R. Laniado, S. Flax, M. Coleman, E. Grimes, P. Kar- linsky, S. Werter, P. Lohsen, G. Joachim, P. Radwell, J. Cronin. Back Row: L. Jones, A. Caplan, J. Flayhart, L. Copony, J. Burns, G. Max- well, D. Sherr, C. Morgan, C. O ' Brien, B. Allegri, J. McQuaid, C. Davis, M. Mullen, L. Smith, A. Stevens, M. Gordon. Caroline CAROLJNE HALL— Front Row: D. Herndon, B. Parrino, B. Blondes, S. Armstrong, V. Pres.; M. Gabor, Pres.; S. Adams, Sec; D. Hard- esty, L. Boyer, P. Neil, N. Shevchik, C. Cooper, S. Brudno. Second Row: M. Walsh, B. Maddox, B. Brendel, B. Hull, L. Weitzman, C. Sothoron, A. Richman, B. Podolsky, M. Goldman, K. Prevatte, F. Bennett, L. Love, P. Francis, K. Peterson. Third Row: K. Holmes, S. Lithfield, K. Davis, C. Brogan, L. Robley, D. Sinway, M. Milwicz, L Brodnick, L. Miles, B. Stolker, P. Harmsen, D. Rebert, M. O ' Brien, M. Williams, J. Charlton. Back Row: B. Errickson, K. Knight, L. Jori, A. Musgrove, N. Knight, J. Myers, S. Harans, B. Fox, A. Kellerman, G. Murphy, J. Hill, J. Beebe, P. Germak, M. Hird. Carroll CARROLL HALL — Front Row: V. Marcuse, M. Brafman, A. Denser. P. Firth, B. Stultz, S. Danz, M. Mejia, J. Branyan, Pres.; L Caplan, V. Pres.; N. Hall, Treas.; C. Ford, E. Antin, S. Bitter, V. Spriggs, L. Colaguori, M. Kemerer. Second Row: J. Bame, T. Rudo, S. Ginsberg, S. Goggi, L. Kaufman, C. Strauser, R. Snee, P. Appleby, S. Stangil, C. Thibautt, M. Zell, A. Wilkins, L. Alcott, R. Gloyd, D. Bolden, D. Miller, B. Fishman. Third Row: E. Bell, B. Hollenbeck, M. Levinson, L. Jones. D. Snoops, S. Pritchard, A. Palmer, S. Pusey, K. Thacker, C. Blum, K. Davis, C. Bowen, C. Kirby, C. Shipp, N. Daly, C. Branyan, J. Hastings, S. Jeffrey. Back Row: B. Levy, J. Bankhead. S. Hamill, M. Sei- bert, P. Beatty, K. Lapp, F. Miller, P. White, N. Hearn, K. Towson, G. Anthony, E. Levan, N. Mcllvaine, F. Mowry, P. Van Middlesworth, B. Wirtz. Centerville North CENTFRVILLE NORTH— Fronf Row: D. Shea. K. Aydelotle, S. Fried, L. Coniff. E. Woytowitz, F. Cromwell. M. Kuhn. N. Maynard. T. Lubin. K. Henry, soc. chrm.: Finncran. sec; K. Gregory, prcs.; S. Blacker, v. pres.; J. Wilhclm. trcas.; P. Plunkert, S. Hall. B. Finch, soc. chrm. Sccniul Row: A. Ross. C. Violetlc. N. Paul, D. Brooks, F. Fcedy. J. Regal. L. Monisera. M. Ponte- landolfo. V. Peck. B. Cooke. N. Broden. M. I.ipinski. J. Becker. F. Summer, J. Barr. C. Gles. Third Row: K. l.a un. B. Hahn, C. Miller, M. Gamcrman. S. Nathanson. S. Gannon. A. Yutzy. T. Yonych. B. .Shaw, R. Mahone, S. Kloss. D. Matles, K. Nisslcy, N. Frey, S. Kirk. S. Shaw. Hack Row: G. Hermann. S. Phillips, P. Orinane, S. Brill, J. Welch, J. MacCallum. K. Seganish. B. Crampton, L. Mosher, M. Anderson, V. Buckson, J. Powers. L. Leisure, K. McGovern, S. Evans. Centerville South CENTFRVILLE SOUTH— Frowr Row: C. Lum, K. Skruch, S. Welty, C. Krinsky, M. Keehan. S. Hess. G. Robins, J. Drum- mond. M. Bornt. T. Jeffers, G. Blackmore, Pres.; V. Soo Hoo. Sec; E. Embrey, N. Farmer. R. Lafferman. Second Row: M. De- Matteis. J. Young. V. Price, J. Stewart, M. Kesecker. S. Munday, C. Neidorf, L. Sobczak, R. Willey. M. Craig. J. Schlaudecker, J. Johnson, A. Loring. N. Lee. C. Lapausky. B. Jacobs. Third Row: C. Romano. B. Whipp. C. Saukel. L. Means. T. Miller, C. Mika. M. Luckett. C. Leverton. D. Clarke. M. Cohen. S. Hackerman, M. White. K. Cantwell. S. Josephson, V. Fields. L. Hesoun. Fourth Row: L. DeVan. F. Polky, J. Weiss. S. McAbee. S. Itzel. L Heisserman. M. Worthington. P. Hayes. E. Gurganus. D. Haefett. J. Gawthrop, M. Shashaani. P. Smith. M. Harris, S. MacDonald. Back Row: B. Quick, B. Clydesdale. L. Summers. L. Hall. M. Vogel, D. Martin, C. Martin, R. Lindemann, L. Bennett, V. Finch, X. Lax, I. Young, C. Groves, K. Hunter, M. Pappas, M. Estes. G. Metcalfe. 311 »ff?TK fija i ih n .- ' ' M 9 Denton DENTON— Fron Row: G. Miyaskai, M. Seflf, M. Sass, S. Brill, L. Freidson, C. Lo, J. Gilds, M. Wilder, C. Roach, S. Kline, L. Van Scoy, V. Pres.; S. Patterson, K. Roome, C. Borowsky, M. Markowitz, L. Mosner, H. Speakman. Second Row: E. Learman, C. Wright, B. Gallagher, V. Aanenson, D. Merritt, N. Kimmel, P. Reuter, S. Broadwater, M. May, C. Benedetto, K. Grubman, B. Schachter, V. Roecker, L. Matthews, L. Graham, M. Tarollo. Third Row: A. Schmidt, L. Tyrie, D. Perry, E. Shook, C. Lyons, S. Cox, K. Noren, N. Elliott, L. Gassman, A. Rizzo, J. Kempers, B. Damico, D. Felker, M. Mainville. Back Row: J. Murray, P. Paulsen, M. Schettewi, A. Steffey, S. Antholz, S. Fagerstrom, M. Martin, P. Baden, J. Williams, D. Good, J. Geer, L. Allik, S. Warfield, M. Brown. Dorchester DORCHESTER HALL— Front Row: F. Galiano, C. Phipps, S. Greenfeld, S. Lipman, S. Pridgeon. R. Timmons, N. Hauser, S. Glackin, Pres.; R. Woolf, D. Mosco, A. Kraszewski, T. Roper, C. Baluta, D. Madera, M. Bloomquist. Second Row: N. Lewis, K. Hatfield, T. Armacost, K. Kelly, B. Hall, B. Shulman, E. Ressin, R. Schnider, M. Shanklin, T. Snowhite, M. Marcus, K. Brautigam, E. Hoffman, D. Cramer, C. Hargy, S. Geyer, D. Deterding. Back Row: J. Marks, L. Haas, M. Hazard, S. Hazard, J. Streckfus, L Grigg, N. Edwards, E. Tobias, M. Cay- ford, D. Knoller, S. Norman, S. Lewis, G. Ahl, P. Hiscox, L. Matisoff, S. Ahalt, P. Scheuerman. Elkton ELKTON — Front Row: B. Meadows, J. King, M. Smith, D. Francies, S. Smith, P. Bell, treas.; E. Ening, pres.; M. Holapfel, v. pres.; C. Lee, D. Lew, E. Mullins, E. Bunnell, N. Slemmer, S. Kawamoto, D. Ludicke, B. Cunningham, S. Thynn. Second Row: J. Magnuson, V. Hood, M. Rodgers, G. Nyburg, R. Corbin, S. Buckwaiter, S. Sonnenleiter, M. Gray, B. Newman, M. Vellie, J. McKim, C. Steinberg, L. Ingerto, P. Moody, C. Wyett, C. Luttrell, C. Witherow, C. Smink, D. Outlaw. Third Row: S. Willis, J. Marsh, K. Bryte, P. Wingert, M. Harmon, P. Shipley, R. Farrell, M. Lowney, M. Klingelhofer, G. Pegues, D. Richer, H. Znamirowski, C. Frase, S. Close, A. DuBree. K. Suydam, V. Dominick, R. Mapp. Back Row: L. Ward, H. Hardiner, K. Ripley, J. Zeitlih, L. Billingley, S. Conklin, E. Hook, R. Sneeringer, P. Watkins, S. Smith, J. Graham, S. Engelbert, S. Taylor, C. Hogan, B. Coed, M. Lafans, C. McDermott. Montgomery East MONTGOMERY EAST— Front Row: H. Friiman. B. Fein, T. Schwartz, B. Wolkstcin, A. Carpenter, M. Lewis, K. Borafka. V. Pres.; N. Rawlings, Pres.; J. Gaynor, J. Nicmincn. M. McKay, H. Blucfcld, B. Price, S. Kagan, S. Tabor, S. Simon. Second Row: R. Krosin, M. Ruck, S. Cohen, J. Kcllcrt, J. l.yles. J. Young, J. Shcpler, E. Strickman. M. MalofT, D. Staub. E. Brodsky, R. Polovoy, B. Gossard, S. Csicsck, S. Klein, I.. Barnharl. H i l Row: E. Wilhidc, S. Crousc. D. Hopkins, M. Lason, E. Cohen, H. Davis, J. Sharp, C. Wagner, C. Dillon, S. Campcn, S, Wilncr, P. Franck, L. Hinch. 7 ?8:4f f OT ff f «f rm Montgomery West MONTGOMERY WEST— Front Row: C. Schwartz, G. Berry, K. Bradley, Pres.; R. Turner, Sec; B. Cromwell. T. Lowenstein. M. Michalski, L. Nieves, H. Edelson. Second Row: D. Thomas, S. Rochkind. E. Andrys. S. Saperstein. J. Payfer. N. Fox, D. Pavlos, S. Cohen, K. Morris, J. Cohen. Back Row: B. Wall, B. Telton, S. Guertler, L. Nally, I. Wolpert, P. Mayte, M. Gilstad, J. Puckett. 313 Montgomery Center MONTGOMERY CENTER— «ronr Row: P. Moes, J. Freeman, G. Einbinder, L. Greenberg, S. Yager, R. Purnell, J. Swartz, L. Koonce, N. Ginsberg, Pres.; J. Bogan, K. Joseph, B. Henke, B. Witlzak, J. Schwartz, M. Silberstrom, L. Hale, D. Lynn, S. Spear. Second Row: M. Wock- enfuss, S. Gordon, A. Suskin, R. Flax, K. Wooley, D. Holladay, W. Nichols, B. Adler, P. Michini, M. Goldbloom, E. Simpson, S. Morgan, K. Hutherson, J. Mullican, J. Thomas, E. Lohr, B. Bottonose. Back Row: B. Neuner, I. Moss, S. Gellman, F. Symons, K. Wagner, K. Vice, J. Watson, L. Sutton, E. Coupe, C. Emrich. C. Gudmundson, B. Peterman, V. Pekich, S. Fuller, L. Murray, J. Tucker. j fi(f Queen Annes QUEEN ANNE ' S— Fronf Row: T. Lovin, J. Harris, N. Walker, S. Datres. C. Hoflfeditz, P. Mullinix, B. Pritchett, Pres.; P. Geisenkotter, V. Pres.; D. Deacon, V. Betz, B. Keedy, P. Leonard, A. Mihm, B. Davis, M. Gardner, L. Paul. Second Row: C. Austin, C. Fouche, M. Kemp, M. Buckler, M. Benedykcinski, P. Brodie, B. Flotte, M. Schmidt, S. Haymaker, M. McCourt, K. Shanahan. C. Gaffney, D. McKay, D. Kilmore. Third Row: L. Weinstein, K. Herrell, N. Troxler, C. Linzey, R. Maisti, D. Spurling, H. Vanek, J. Wilson, E. McKittrick, G. Manuel, J. Carasso, D. Cannon, P. Brenner. Back Row: C. Formwalt, D. Byers, M. Davis, A. Fasimpaur, J. Holljes, J. Stieber, S. Lannon, G. Rode, J. A. King, E. Rynarzewski, E. Volkmer. St. Marys ST MARY ' S HAUL— Front Row: M. Home, M. Prisak, D. Geraghty, J. Lambert, v. pres.; L. Hoch, soc. chrm.; S. Roman. P. Kinahan. Sec- ond Row: L. Tracy, P. Harrison, E. Lang, A. Tyneson, B. Knapik, M. Mudd. Back Row: D. Habicht, M. Smith, C. Engle, C. Miller. Tf ' W HI Somerset n SOMERSET HALL— Fro;i Row: B. Hoffman, C. Kuckuda, M. Urbas, N. Shehavs, L. Parker, V. Prcs.; J. Owens, Treas.; A. Young. Pres.; P. Marsiglia. Soc. Chrm.; J. Ditlow, L. Eaton, J. Hall, S. Murray, M. Kienzler. Second Row: A. Kolman, J. Kelly, H. Morgan, M. Linden- mayer, J. Galloway, J. DeMeike, P. Harrison. J. Lurie, J. Griggs. I. Freedland, P. Grant, V. Van Holten, G. Hyatt. Third Row: S. DeCoste. A. Balacek, J. Cooper, N. Wilkinson, L. Hinkel, B. Milker, C. Clark, C. Robinson, L. Hart, B. Beasley, B. Day, B. Henson, S. Townsend. P. McCoy, L. Hupart. Back Row: D. Austin, C. Pearson, P. Carter, K. Ripple, L. Holland, K. O ' Connor, K. Larkin, L. Kwitkoski, R. Aleksle- wicz, S. Lamm, P. Triplett. Wicomico WICOMICO— Front Row: C. Kyne, L. Knoerlein, S. Phillips, D. Sullivan. D. Johnson, treas.; J. Fleming, sec.; S. Eraser, v. pres.; B. Schnei- derman, H. Loring, A. Griber, S. McLaurine, L. Budelis, S. Lazarus. Second Row: S. Lloyd. A. Schwab, P. McMichael, S. Moore. J. Ryd- zewski, S. Maguire, C. Schwartz, S. Heindel, C. Kellstrom, E. Budlow. P. Scott, D. Greenberg, E. Eberly. Back Row: K. Johnson. K. Keely, K, Richardson, C. Anders, G. Pszwaro, L. Asch, S. Johnson, D. Lewis, J. Stockton, S. Salin. J. Naylor, S. Martin, M. Rolfs, M. Poole. Worcester WORCESTER HALL— Front Row: L. Stambach, P. Kacala, A. Lipitz, B. Feller, S. Dean. F. Funkhouser. D. Kerschensteiner, Soc. Chrm.: E. Glass, V. Pres.; A. Boswell, Pres.: J. Ralph. Sec; A. Cochran. Treas.; M. Stein. B. Parkin. J. Aucremanne, E. Grey, L. Arzt. Second Row: A. Smith, P. Burney, D. Davis, P. Patchen. P. Bosak, B. Weiner. P. Taylor, H. Bartner, E. Max, E. Mager, P. Orr, R. Guben, P. Cohen, R. Applebaum, G. Smith. S. Nickel. Third Row: J. Masser, J. Hartley. P. Waters, C. Harding, B. Jones, L Jackson, B. Stafford, D. McMahon, R. Susman, A. Biser, J. Sherwood. C. Tolbert. H. Seidman, S. Weinstein, A. Bell. A. Billmeier, C. Ebel, M. Freeman. Buck Row: L. Blum. S. Hankey, C. Pratt, R. Tolly, C. Johansen, J. Will. E. Marcus. C. Weinstein, L. Koerber, D. Yingling. R. Lcphardt, S. Evemgam, V. Hoover. R. Blumberg. f f.f f } Allegheny A and B ALLEGHENY A and B — Front Row: D. Bowman, sec; A. Jones, treas.; S. Walters, D. Peck, pres.; D. Couchman, J. Mahoney, R. Noveck, pres.; W. Brown, v. pres.; M. Mattem, treas.; K. Wright, J. Knee, D. Buhrman. Second Row: S. Voshell, J. O ' Day, G. Hastings, E. Pietra, D. Miller, S. Ades, M. Kletman, B. Siegel, R. Bolt, F. Davis, M. Smelkinson, G. Buschman, S. Book. Third Row: R. Sandler, K. Robertson, J. Hubner, B. Miller, R. Glowitz, A. Urbas, R. Fox, E. Smith. Back Row: P. Anderson, S. Hough, J. Behrens, R. Ward, D. Sonerville, S. Katz, S. Longley. Allegheny C, D, and E ALLEGHENY C. D. E DORM— Front Row: T. Poteet, R.A., W. Pritchard, M. Gaffhey, J. Arnaiz, v. pres.. P. Farrell, R.A., J. Howes, pres., C. Wobbeking, C. CoUison. Second Row: C. Fink, J. Garner, J. Kerr, R. Braunstein, R. Karpook, L. Timmons, A. Barbarika, R. Du- bicki, J. Pfeffer, M. Levi. Back Row: D. Hawley, M. Richmond, treas., D. Wolfe, S. Freud, D. Yelton, v. pres., W. Stone, R. Kadlubawski, M. Sober, R. Neiswender. Annapolis ANNAPOLIS — Front Row: S. Oden, E. Shollenberger, B. Robbins, B. Seymour, A. Fenton, S. Vogelhut, Soc. Chrm.; G. Hankin, H. Klein, Treas.; J. Herrst, V. Pres.; W. Jung, R. A.; L. Yarmosky, Pres.; E. Leifson, Sec; G. Raflfel. A. L.ewis, Athl. Chrm.; B. Wondersek, S. Amer- nick. Second Row: J. Stump, M. Stone, K. Tilles, L. Gordon, J. Parkany, J. Friedman, S. Cohen, L Ades, R. Attman, B. Goble, K. Kantor, K. Risser, J. Raphel. Third Row: V. Goebel, G. Blood, F. Myers, D. Katz, J. Naiditch, E. Andrews, A. Cobbin, R. Paritzky, S. Cohen, H. Morales-Macedo, P. Pinzon, D. Young, J. Pugh, J. Kestler. Back Row: D. Kahuna, G. Belsinger. K. McCahill, A. Fritts, P. Bright, S. Tawes, J. Murphy, J. Warren, S. Levin, P. deKowzan, K. Malkus. L t l.t Antietam A and B ANTIETAM A B— Front Row: M. Garnek, D. Pilitt, R. Bailey. Sec; J. Luley, Sec.; G. Grobaker, V. Pres.; A. Holt. Pres. A; J. Cooper, Pres. B; T. Malinky, Treas. A: E. Meerholz, C. Young. A. K. Wu. C. W. Hogan, R. Ashton. Second Row: C. Tiedcbohl, C. Eastridge. E. Helmstetter. J. Sternberg. A. Wilps. R. Whiteley, S. Purdum. L. Yarris. W. Wallace. D. Bartnik, R.A.: B. Long. S. Kramer, M. Kern. H. Buchanan. Third Row: R. Jordan, J. Petro. R, Richman, D. Yeagle. E. Wildasin, J. Strozykowski. L. Bopp. C. Swears. R.A.: P. Roberts, J. K. Bass-Food, S. W. Ranes, R. Malczewski, J. Gilhooly. Back Row: C. Woods. A. Lebson, C. Martin. D. Sive. R. Stinchcomb, N. Salatti, W. Reece, R. Young, A. Terry. D. Eckman, D. Bouling, W. Pawlowski, S. Wah, R. Peppier, M. Peltz. J. Kelsey. mKU wJHil l y nlCi iWirMmvywni ESylfel Baltimore BALTIMORE HALL— Front Row: R. Prick, G.R.; A. Terl. R.A.; S. Markle. Treas.; C. Dorney. A. Kaffen, Sec; E. Eaten. M. Malone. V. Pres.; J. Pantelides. Pres.; J. Brown. Pres.; M. Fradkin. V. Pres.; C. Hellman. Sec; T. Devlin. J. Burbette. J. Williamson. W. Beasman. M. Pazornick. Second Row: B. Amos, A. Obstbaum. R. Chideckel. R. Ginnett, J. Valentine. O. Biddick. J. Sonneborn. J. Easter. C. Cantales. C. Carlin. B. Miller. J. Hart. H. Klippcn, R. Lawrence-Hopley. Third Row: R. Kuhns. R. Myer. R. Paschak. R. Willen. E. Howard, J. Fine. J. Semuels, A. Kreworuka. B. Keller. W. Grahe. C. Wesses. S. Levy. Fourth Row: J. Miller J. Tribbitt, J. MacDonald. J. Bottoms. M. Mur- phy. L. Higgins. G. Abbott, J. Kirkemo, F. Bradstreet, D. Sanborn, W. Smith, G. Solhan. Back Row: R. Morris. J. Kirsh, T. Aune, S. Hurley, J. Davis, P. Hoflfermann. Bel Air A «■ B 1 .«. ■« JLf ' tf t f f- ' l t Bel Air B BEL AIR B Fronl Row: C. Logan, R. Krastel, S. Kleczyaski, C. Kucera, C. Kotzias, J. Coyle, Pres. A; R. Dieterich, Pres. B; S. Moore, Sec. B; C. Pascale, V. Pres. B; C. Woods, Treas. B; L. Melka, C. Tittle, T. Watts. Second Row: A. Haspert, N. Brandt, T. Sombatpium, R. Bull, L. Lawton, M. Heck, R. Harrison, E. Fox, R. Bisker, A. Baumann, G. Manz. Third Row: J. Graves, R. Dempsey, D. Konick, D. Cowman, D. Greifinger, J. Goldstein, V. Pres.; J. Rock, R. Baumgardner, B. Wallick, C. Boteler, R. Tully, D. Baker. Fourth Row: G. Henning, L. Bee, J. McDermott, D. Bliden, A. Ronde, R. Contino, C. Grabowski, D. Bruther, L. Fossett, G. Moser, P. Leiss. Back Row: R. Lukens, L. Shan- naban, R. Jackson, B. Samm, E. Nawrocki, Treas.; J. Badger, T. Smith, J. Weiler, D. Schneider, J. Wood, P. Blackiston, P. Breakfast. Belvedere A BELVEDERE A— Front Row: R. Turner, G. R.; L. Merling, R.A.; L. Wolff, J. Rosenberg, Pres.; R. Morgan, V. Pres.; D. McGrael, Treas.; T. Moser, Sec; L. Wiest. Second Row: R. Pye, D. Neily, D. Mayo, G. Usrey, A. Weinstein, D. Shaffer, T. Kreiser, J. Kissinger, B. Wenger, J. Gilmore. Third Row: P. Paz, M. Zepp, H. Bounds, H. Dunn, C. Samet, N. Ament, D. Kress, B. Mayer, E. Vezzi. Back Row: S. Leahy, G. Withnel, R. Yankowsky, R. Stokes, P. Meyer, E. Timmerman, D. Mally, J. Hall. Belvedere B BELVEDERE B Front Row: T. Lankford, J. Slade, D. Hartlove, J. Libert, G. Lonergan, Treas.; M. Dorsch, Pres.; J. Dryden, V. Pres.; B. Poole, G.R.; D. Henson, R.A.; A. Farver, Area Coord.; E. Patterson. Second Row: T. Morales, R. Holmes, R. Holland J. Freeland, C. Wemcek, B. Mace, J. Newirk, R. Peloquin, C. Elmer, B. Levin. Back Row: B. Borzymowski, J. Catchings, J. Duchez, S. Kamali, R. Rumpf, F. Taylor, B. Gerring, B. Allen, D. Messineo, S. Dalis. I Byrd BYRD HALL — Front Row: B. Gordon, jud. chrm.; B. Walker, soc. chrm.; W. Roth, treas.; M. Quin, v. pres.; R. Wolfinger, pres.; M. Smith, pres. of B; B. Brewer, treas. of B; C. Schultz, v. pres. of B. Second Row: W. Harper, J. Jeffries, G. Arnold, M. Palamaras, T. McCabe, M. Rob- erts, L. Pearl, E. Scott. Back Row: S. Isaacs, J. Hendricks, R. Grier, L. Garber, D. Gross, J. Kaes, J. Kolakowski, R. Isom, G. Hornseth. Catoctin A CATOCTIN A— Front Row: F. Behlke, C. Listner, C. Wenz, D. Schwaninger, C. Simpler, v. pres.; W. Bohli, J. Benbe, pres.; T. Rykken, J. Freistat, v. pres.; D. Mulligan, sec; L. Cunningham, treas.; J. Molino, D. Gerwig. Second Row: G. Cohen, T. Stanton, J. Proksa, P. Mur- phy, L. Santiago. M. McGraw, N. Willner, K. Fyhr. R. Meyer, J. Roseberry, D. Rencher, W. Boyse, A. Brauer. Hack Row: W. Marker. J. Rianhard, W. Richards, J. Smith, A. Shepherd, R. McAllister, N. Smith, J. Insley, C. Koliais, F. Bender, W. Olsen, C. Reeder, S. Fickett. Catoctin B CATOCTTN B — Front Row: N. Hagura, R. Lawson, B. Nesvitt. F. Leaf. M. Waranch. G. Loew, R. Cunningham, J. Rohlhaus, v. pres.; H. Purnell, pres.; R. Brooks, sec; G. Price, W. Onorato, v. pres.; M. Gaugel. Second Row: L. Palman, A. Clay, J. Lee, R. Hall. J. Laws, F. Sal- lustio, H. Stedman, E. Pritchard, V. Loving, R. Hutsler, D. Lemon. Back Row: J. Papirmeister, D. Purdum, W. Kutz, J. Symons, L. Bayne. S. Ellison, R. Pone. D. Rebarchick, J. Raidma, P. Mendlesohn. W. Ritter. Nf. Zimmerman. Calvert A and B CALVERT A R— Front Row: R. Carroll, Sec; B. Jones, Treas.; D. Eakin, V. Pres.; M. Fechter, Pres.; R. Roberts, Treas.; J. Harris, R. Ber- linrut, R. Annas, A. Brzostowski, J. Rohde, D. Hoffmeyer, C. Crumley, P. Moreno. Second Row: T. Thomson, L. Dietfenbach, G. Spiclea, H. Miller, M. Townsend, E. Molesworth, R. Kaestner, J. Rabovsky, C. Enis, J. Keenum, K. Mills, A. Burris. Back Row: C. J. Strobel, W. Posner, H. Levy, L. Brantley, K. Keenan, D. Freitag, J. Stevenson, M. Marcellin6, N. Haines, J. Mullaney, J. Williams, W. Carmean, D. Lewis. Calvert C and D CALVERT HALL C D— Front Row: B. Bramson, C. Peters, B. Salsberg, B. Hoffberger, D. Fornwald, S. Gelfand, L. Camardo, E. Rush, J. Engel, M. Mortazavi. Second Row: A. Brzostowski, T. Florenz, J. Motsko, A. Shank, J. Goldstein, J. Bush, C. Konya, R. West, C. Tamres, R. Lee, C. Motsko. Third Row: L. Ellinger, B. Cohen, E. Holm, L. Dare. W. Whalen, J. Black, S. Mahan, S. Mangis, Sec; W. Alker, M. Hertsfein. Back Row: R. Wood, L. Casalino, M. Suarez, W. Houck, D. Buck, W. Preston, B. Magladry, P. Stillmock, S. Gordon, G. Perrygo, G. Wiebking, Treas.; B. Panebaker, R. Pass, V.P. Cambridge A CAMBRIDGE A — Front Row: B. Phelps, D. Wallace, O. Koleade, V. Skinner, sec; A. Kanaan, pres.; B. Brownstein, treas.; M. Nusbaum, B. Stonebraker. Second Row: G. Sears, G. Smith, C. Bruner, B. Smart, B. Williamson, B. BrinkerhofF, S. Chung, Y. Lalezar, soc chrm.; D. Jones, J. Schreiber,, L. Dobrowski, F. Singer. Back Row: M. Nugent, Graduate Resident; M. Eddy, S. Edwards, S. Goldstein, S. Minor, C. Eisenberg, M. Minnich, W. Schleicher, C. Hedstrom, J. Wilinson, J. Beck, P. Schroeder. Cambridge B CAMBRIDGE B — Front Row: B. Leonard, A. Freeh, B. McLaughliw, pres.; K. Burke, soc. chrm.; T. Kennedy, cul. chrm.; S. Stuart. Back Row: I. DoIIe, W. Toula, Jr., K. Kemp, R. Noble, R. Tognocchi, P. Piasecki, M. Donohue. f I f I t t f Cambridge C and D CAMBRIDGE C D— Front Row: D. Shures, A. J. Tang, L. Smith, D. Bouchard, Treas.; J. H. Morris, V. Pres. Camb. C; D. Robinson. Pres. Camb. D; H. Kuhr, V. Pres. Camb. D; R. Ingles, Sec. Camb. D; J. Bolotin, Soc. Chrm.; H. Siegel. Second Row: M. Jones. S. Sagal, R. Jackson, W. Phelps. W. Ray, G. Schofield, V. O ' Day, B. Williams, K. Basile. Third Row: R. Mattes, D. Browne, B. Centofanti, V. Wolyn- ski, J. Bruce, W. Riall, P. Callis, G. Stum, P. Urian, J. Borkowski. Back Row: J. Cunningham, G. Whitson, M Sherr, R. Peterman, G. Pfeufer, D. Middlekauff, W. Renninger, R. Boley, R. Armacost, G. Schultz. Cecil CECIL HALL — Front Row: J. Magin. J. Allen, L. Cooper, R. Taylor, R.A.; A. Fabiszak, treas.; B. Lumpkin, pres.; R. Eskow, v. pres.; K. Morgan, sec; J. Stasiewicz, B. Dwyer, S. Schneiderman. Second Row: J. Hancher, G. Priebe, G. Mangum, R. Robinson, G.R.; Mrs. Hugg, C. Himmelheber, S. Zweig, G. Roche, B. Tune. Third Row: J, Wcddle, P. Conner. T. Burton. J. Trumbauer, D. Shkor, C. Monroe, J. Hartge. L. McGinn, R. Rosier, J. Maldonado. Fourth Row: J, BenchofT. M. Stitely, D. Stevens, B. Wildasin, L. Bane, J. Fitzwater, J. Whitelaw, K. Smith, R. Mulkey. Buck Row: R. Kuklewicz, R. Sontag, C. Hoffman, H. Stinefelt. t " « " l f ft, Charles CHARLES — Front Row: J. Freedman, D. Smith, J. Garman, K. Travers, J. Dewey, V. Pres.; R. Piepoli, Treas.; J. Bond, Soc. Chrm.; D. Schmitt, F. Perego, R. Rinehardt, D. Yeakel, Pres.; D. Smith, T. Ryan, J. Clark. Second Row: Marsh Gabson, A. Witkin, R. Rinehart, D. Dunlap, E. Hessong, D. Taylor, W. Foster. R. Hildebrand, J. Mudol, J. Loontz, T. Stearns, V. Pres.; C. Roberts, Sec. Third Row: H. Kline, Pres. West; S. Glassman, L. Knight, L. Clark, B. Trmiuk, H. Becker, B. Edgerton, E. Furd, A. Lipkey. R. Green, R. Davis, S. Kandel, M. Jacobs, J. Connor, H. Gibson. Back Row: J. Nelson, S. Strasbaugh, P. Bright, S. Donaldson, W. Booth, W. Rice, R. Snyder, A. Mac Kenzie, P. Blum, Soc. Chrm.; C. Case, K. Johnson, J. Malina. k J K ' . Y 1 ' IT jfl K ij L ■ •• • m E in k ki I BIIII MH Hk. . 1 l ' ' wFe U r ' ' ili K y BiJ 11 M H msi ' — . v 9[ HOT Chestertown A CHESTERTOWN A— Front Row: R. Hertsch, P. Keyser, R. Holtz, W. Murphy, W. Miller, pres.; F. Finklestein, sec; J. Reger, E. Steel, R. Bartik. Second Row: D. Barnett, J. Czaja. A. Vu, D. Bechtold, J. Murk, R. Berner, C. Yoimg, T. Czarnecki, A. Quart, J. Arnold, C. Downs. Back Row: F. Sawtoni, G. Wojtech, V. Elhai, B. Hartman, D. Osmond, E. Hevner, K. Clark, F. Sykes, G. Kuehn, M. Bey, D. Mason, P. Samuels. Chestertown B CHESTERTOWN B— Front Row: J. Marshall, N. Coale, P. Heckel, B. Bochenek, N. Stevenson, C. Selby, T. Boswell, graduate resident; B. GiflRn, pres.; T. Dutterery, v. pres.; B. Cole, sec; J. Nuckels, treas.; L. Smith, N. Addleman. Second Row: T. Grabowski, J. Fahrman, R. Measell, D. Klein, P. Keperling, W. Stevenson, P. Dahan, C. Vanik, R. Nicholas, R. Creager, D. Baldwin, G. Daniel. Buck Row: M. Cluster, D. Drackley, H. Burch, R. Soblotive, R. Riggs, D. Hummer, M. Segal, V. Meleski, T. Dawson, J. Lieblein, E. Dasch. ' t ' f vrt t Cumberland A, B, and C CUMBERLAND A, B, C— Front Row: F. Marmarosh, W. Hickman. J. Evans. K. Lehnbcuter. J. Gibson, sec; L. Weinecke. D. Palmer. A. Kirchner, A. Kehs, treas.; T. Gahley, J. Davis, pres. B; F. Wayncr. T. Zmudzinski. Second Row: R. Gareau. E. Deutsch, R. Rollman, T. Kemp, C. Kidd, W. Kramer. D. Vasser, D. Babb, r. Hammond. C. Adano. W. King, pres.; J. Nieberlein, A. Costa.s, T. Nawrocki. Back Row: !. Hull, T. Soya, K. Miesmer, S. Great, R. George, G. Kay, C. Webster, R. Lang. G. Smythers, W. Gray, J. Worth, K. Stout. V m ml S1 hKt ' E H " ' l 11 PI ff l ff il mi ij " ■s WM m :r, .. , J B HBL ' • t i _J■ Cumberland D CUMBERLAND D — Front Row: S. Marclerode, J. von Dreele, G. Snow. Soc. Chrm.; S. Collinson. DIevan, Sec.; M. Steer, V. Pres.; J. Mc- Auley. Back Row: S. Price, B. Grabau, R. Godwin, P. Johnston, S. Michalec, M. Ashley, J. McCamant, G. Miller. Cumberland G CUMBERLAND G Front Row: S. Petit, W. Murley, G. R.; F. J. Dexter, S. Zaharoff. R. Harrill. pres.; A. Valsi. M. Morgan, T. Thomp- son, L. Cook, J. Nicholson, V. Krai, J. Giesko. Second Row: W. Wong R. Meleney, A. Cheung. B. Barila, A. Ballant. v. pres.; T. Murphy, soc. chrm.; R. McNabb. C. Storrs, R. Thomas, M. Dunham. K. Wachter. Back Row: J. Brown. R. Heaney. Leister. M. Luzuriaga. sec; S. Schepeare, Wilkinson, Robertshaw, H. Ryall. Grumbine. Damascus DAMASCUS — Front Row: N. Rogers, T. Henatch, D. Seaman, J. Braun. Second Row: B. Harmon, W. Lane, L. Porter. Back Row: S. Hershey, J. Fauguier, A. Wootten. Cumberland H CUMBERLAND U— Front Row: P. Welk, R. Warfield, soc. chrm.; L. Davis, pres.; L. Tedrow, R. Gordon. Second Row: M. Smoot, D. Detrick, M. Krepner, C. Smith, R. Bryce, J. Van Dermark. Back Row: E. Cockey, B. Harcum, J. Meyers, K. Dean, L. Fiedler, T. Kamerick, J. Cornell. 324 «: «t Easton A EASTON A — Front Row: M. Somers, S. GraflF, K. Dungan, S. Sirkin. K. Lentz, sec; G. Frushour, pres.; D. Thamet, v. pres.; B. Rogers, R. Carlton, M. Steinberg, G. R. Hoffman, K. Eister. Back Row: J. Lewandowski, R. Smead, W. Dellinger, C. Washburn, L. Schuman, M. Cos- tanza, D. Anderson, E. Lorcnz, G. L. Itnyre, R. E. Grossard, G. F. Mitchell, J. W. Wills. Easton C and D EASTON C D — Front Row: A. Rat, Don Walker, V. Golt, Pres.; B. Dershiell, V. Pres.; R. Berglowe. Treas.; J. Solie, C. Home, D. Jacobs, J. McAllister, Pres.; B. Cropper, V. Pres. D. Second Row: A. F. Gebler, A. J. Brzeclko, S. Housh, J. Prigel, B. Sewell, J. Ecker, J. Kohanz- deh, S. Gottsagen, C. Messick, L. Gassman, G. Phillips. Third Row: D. Bucrler, L. Ganter, W. Bransford. B. Wilson, J. Wirth. T. Hawthorne, J. Finn, M. Elliott, D. Weiss, C. Rockey. Back Row: J. Meyer III, R. Harvey, J. Glowa, T. Brady, J. Ritzmaiin, J. Barrows, D. Evick, R. Adkins. Easton E and F EASTON E V— Front Row: B. Beals, T. Gresham, B. Holtzscheiter, T. Imhoff, Sec; S. Izac, Pres.; R. Greenawalt, R. Robertson, R. Engel, T. Sonkford, S. Langfeld, R. Prescott. Second Row: J. Nelka, J. Foor, R. Rivers. J. Ohlmacher. F. Wilkins, W. Knicely, J. Steger, T. Thorn, H. Press, Treas.; H. Lins. Third Row: S. Robbins, H. Lew, R. Rosenkoff, H. Pollack, R. Heslin, D. Newhouse, I. Monsef, P. Sewell. L. Gan- non, G. Dodge, R. Holliday, L. Dawson. Back Row: Doug Wall, V. Pres.; B. Poole, M. Ruberry, R. Brenner, R. Engorn, J. Sewell, M. Rhoderick, R. Schneider, L. Doggett. 1 ■ $ ' t t ' f ' { L ' ' ' ? 1 LilfiBi ' 1 ft y,® W f ' t f f ■| T i f f 11 Easton G EASTON G — Front Row: B. Landers, L. Lowenthal, J. R. L., Ray Daniel, G. Ord, pres.; R. Schneider, v. pres.; J. Smith, R. Kimmel, C. Horton, W. Vance. Second Row: D. Eisenhuth, G. Comer, W. Evans, S. Graham, G. LeCompte, J. Scott, S. Nugent, C. Easter, A. Quincoses, S. Grube. Third Row: T. Knop, T. McHugh, R. Kinsley, D. Tral, J. Grunk, J. Hastings, R. Klau, J. Cak. Back Row: M. Donnelly, R. Beaser, L. Vincent, D. Tash, E. Kienzle, R. Humphries, J. Rudert. H rv Fl E B I Km Htk H ' P ' T l iS I BIh9 KlPi Mrflr P I ■Bi 5j my Wk •■• r 9 Easton H EASTON H — Front Row: R. Blackford, J. Wilson, C. Walsworth, sec; C. Kelly, pres.; A. Schneider, v. pres.; P. Kratzer, D. Knisely. Second Row: S. Maltese, N. Schoeck, P. Krejci, N. Nitsch, E. Fountain, W. Markham, G. Gilliland. Back Row: P. Jackson, D. Butler, J. Heeter, J. Mix, L. Bordley, W. Fountain. Ellicott City A and B ELLICOTT CITY HALL — Front Row: C. Hr.rvey, treas.; M. Kirschen, J. Lund, pres.; R. Castor, v. pres.; J. Schaeffer, G. Murray. Second Row: M. Beitz, B. Ginsberg, F. Knapp, H. Thompson, M. Holmes, D. Benson, J. Ford, IL EUicott City C ELLICOTT C— Front Row: W. Clatanoff, G.R.; M. Lusby. J. SchlafTer, G. Wetzel, treas.; F. Rickles, pres.; T. Schindler, F. Moonves, sec; M. Xillas, soc. chrm. Second Row: L. Myers, A. Skurnik, R. Scott, C. Paglio, S. Warner, W. Gilbert, G. Rill B. Clar. Back Row: L. Michaels, P. Brandenburg, F. Sheley, R. Rollins, K. Rothstein, L. Gordon, J, Debone, D. Waltrop, S. Weber. Ellicott City D ELLICOTT D — Front Row: E. lannotti, fr.; R. Dean, treas.: H. Shulman, pres.; G. Tersani, G. Kleiner, J. Abate, R. Zsakany. Back Row: C. Roesle, A. Midler, L. Owens, B. Dye. S. Diener, D. Morris, B. Thomason, R. Zellmer. EUicott City E ELLICOTT E— Front Row: C. Radey, G.R.; R. Burkland, S. Van Nostrand, I. McCIafferty, P. Suthard, Sec; D. Standefer, V. Pres.; K. Weiner, Pres.; B. Blakey, P. GriflRn, G. Hurtt, J. Bair, J. Kennaugh, D. Wilhide, R. Neubert. Second Row: F. Silva, R. Schlerf. B. Rolhstein, B. Danielson, A. Bowers, D. Dunn, M. Sherlock, M. Blair, F. Goebeler, G. Ward, C. Baughman. R. Neubert. Third Row: W. Clark, R. Kam- mer, J. Pinsch, C. Murphy, J. Van Fossen. J. Klinger, D. Huber, J. Schultz, G. Bassett, Treas.; S. Jones, J. Robertson, G. Roth. Back Row: M. Welsh, E. Baluta, R. Mish. G. Gottlials. P. Healey. R. Pettit, G. Kepler, D. Rogers, A. Leifer, A. Sheffler. A. Sheridan, C. Sleichter. Ellicott City F ELLICOTT CITY F— Front Row: M. McAmis, J. L. Edmonds, A. Trantas, F. Harrison-Ward, R. Webster, B. Attinger, E. Eisenbrey. Second Row: ]. Richardson, J. C. McCullough, A. Datcher, M. Farrell, S. Wise, J. Solomon. Third Ron-: M. Keyworth, G. Haesler, A. Platou, G. Beckward, D. Fram. Buck Row: P. Bedford, R. Gittings, R. Urban, H. Bowie, J. Wilson, P. Foley. Frederick Hall FREDERICK HALL— Front Row: G. Guynn, E. Schonenberg, T. Leikach, Kelly, Treas.; B. Turnes, Pres.; E. Lehmann, V.P.; N. Levy, T. Tabackmann. Second Row: I. Hoffmann, W. Schucker, S. Layton, W. Burnotes, D. Pickett, R. Stansbury, P. Eberlein. Third Row: H. Dorer, E. Bair, A. Sensabaugh, D. Coleman, L. Lehmann, R. Covell, G. Beacht. Back Row: G. Fox, E. Gribben, T. Bell, B. Byrd, E. Lawyer, N. Mannel, T. Hyde, J. Siegmund, R. Spencer, D. Brechbiel. PQH W rC H 328 Ellicott City G and H ELLICOTT G H— Front Row: J. Johnson. G. DeAngelis, G. Wilmot. E. Murphy, H. GolJberg, }. Eaton. Pres. H; S. Jacoby, Treas. H; B. Reiss, Pres. G.: R. Gregory, G.R.; L. Rothschild. Treas. G; J. Rhodes, S. Bennett, V. Pres. G; R. Sparks. Secomt Row: R. Cybulski. J. Pow- ley. A. Yurek. T. Mapp. D. Norton, K. Humark, A. Stahl. K. Malinow, M. Schocken, W. Hoover, B. Herzberger. Third Row: G. Rajaram, P. Rassier, P. Campbell, B, Magin. L. Franklin. G. Oaksmith, R. Kupersmith, J. Lowery, W. Robey. Fourth Row: S. Flynn, A. Chenowith, R. O ' Rourke. D. Jones, T. Schafer. R. London, T. Conlon, V. Pres.; B. Frisinger, J. Molosworth, J. Garvey. Back Row: T. Nikirk, B. Berg- strain, K. Phillips, G. Phipps, D. Mays, R. Rill, G. Morrison, F. Jones, S. Berberich, P. Davis. Garrett Hall GARRETT HALL— Front Row: J. Roby, N. Bain, R.A.; R. Price. J. Cox. F. Love. Sec; S. Hyman, D. Burrows, V. Pres.; W. Compton, Pres.; R. Peterson. Treas.; S. Jacobe, B. Inman, C. Barker. J. Karpinski. R. Winik. Second Row: S. Mackley. A. Rosenfeld. R. Wagenheim, B. Cohan, G. Taub. J. Finglass, J. Cane, R. Brocato, G. Kaplan. H. Cline, K. Baker, R. D ' Angelo. A. Loomis. T. Given, D. Edwards. Third Row: T. Sullivan. R. Craig. M. Pearman. L. Churchville, C. Smith. P. Harding, P. Thomas. K. Kelly, R. Miller. P. Zcigler. A. Bell. W. Coppersmith, R. Micklos, P. Aynesworth, R. Crum. Fourth Row: R. Hill, M. Sapperstein. C. Gribavo, P. Vogel, W. Kubat. H. Willis. R. Fischer, R. Shape, R. Croll. D. Right. G. Bauersfeld. B. Hossbach. K. Hunt. Back Row: B. Bavlsir, J. Shipley, B. Brooks, E. Eldridge, M. Nalley. D. Blazer, G. Petrlik. D. Hilsinger. Harford Hall HARFORD HALL — Front Row: E. Jendrek. A. Chantker, R. Lombard!, G. Sullivan, Treas.; J. Foran, Pres.; R. Listen. V. Pres.; M. Nachman. Second Row: E. Alexion, J. Swift, R. Berwanger. F. Mamani. J. Daulton, G. Kohne, G. Hardegen, W. Williams. Third Row: G. Timberlake Jr.. W. Russell. G. Cook, D. Deuvall, M. W. Henig, J. Crosby, N. Bergstein. D. Fritz. T. Martinez, S. Miller. D. Donaldson. Back Row: W. Malesh Jr., G. Godshalk, R. Billups, J. Zsakany, T. Bassett, Y. Laporte, N. Lehneis. R. Wood, T. Curley, T. Peters. B. Ferguson. J. MacRae. R. Bolgiano. J t ' Howard Hall HOWARD — From Row: A. Baker, A. Mardousian, V. Pres.; J. Bryant, Pres.; S. Edelman, T. M. Garry, B. Powers, Sec; W. Shinnick, C. Patrick, T. Broderick. Second Row: M. Wiatrowski, S. Barrick, T. Bartolec, R. Hart, T. Lewis, N. Wackter, J. Taylor, N. Dowling. Back Row: J. Betz, J. Cianos, T. Ford, C. Huston, M. Jolnstone, S. Latchaw. Kent Hall KEKT— Front Row: S. Walker, P. Fink, C. Klemm, D. Roffman, A. Fox, Pres.; J. Cannon, P. Phillips. Second Row: M. Brett, K. Som- mer, J. Demsey, D. Simkowitz, E. Demutteis, J. Klien, G. Younkins, E. Birkmire, R. Boram. J. Belt. Back Row: M. Wojton, B. McDonald, M. Fallin, K. Wrightson, R. Covey, J. Gabor, F. Dryden, T. Brooks, G. Holdefer, E. Jarobe, R.A. Prince Georges Hall PRINCE GEORGES — From Row: M. Jankiewicz, G. Jackson, J. Robinson, treas.; J. Novotny, sec; J. Mahoney, pres.; D. Taylor, V. pres;. R. Grcengold, B. Stokely, R. Holier, J. Murray, W. Franz, T. Kelly. Second Row: D. Clark, T. Draper, S. Livingston, T. Fowler, M. S. Klein, S. Friedman, R. Barron, R. Lassahn, B. Spencer, M. Kuklewwicz, M. Eisen, H. Houseknecht, W. Kurinij. Third Row: J. Yates, W. Boehm, J. Warfield, J. Downing, A. Meyerson, D. Gumnitsky, H. Lanham, K. Bryant, D. Dalmall, H. Gareis. B. Nielson. Back Row: J. Veise, H. Mason, R. Somers, D. Karel, B. Rozzoni, D. Bolton, S. Gough, J. Ludder, R. Sommer, E. Kiser, K. Bellinger. t H , _jsi 1 V t K L ' V Talbot Hall TALBOT HALL — From Row: E. Drawbaugh, C. Landrum. v. pres.; J. Sadowski. prcs.; A. Brown, E. Kcuhl. R. Hcird, soc. chrm.; W. Megary, treas. Second Roh: P. Hearn, B. Hill, B. Danforlh. E. Cherry, J. Reilly, A. Sorush. Third Ro»: G. Bowden, K. Larash, D. Casic. Fourth Ro i-: J. Stallard, J. Sutton, J. Badinelli, T. Bruce. Back Row: M. Swomley, P. O ' Neill, J. Zinreich, C. Butler. Easton B EASTON B— Front Row: D. Krizek, E. Raupach. E. Shaver. Pres.; D. Ebersole, V. Pres.; D. Duval, Sec; J. Necker. Treas.; C. Miller, R. Mann, D. Genovese. Second Row: S. Bowen, S. Yoffc, J. Determan, R. Shafer, W. Eaton, M. Michaels, L. Myers, K. Dean, P. Tawes. Third Row: R. Alberts, J. Imphong. R. Miller, J. Coleman, J. Rannels, L. Jordan, L. Garrison, R. Mooney. Back Row: S. Witt, R. Dietzel, W. Wright, R. Balclunas, J. Richardson, F. Fabin, N. Leatherman, D. Baker. ,f! 1LH Ajl «. f f f % • X Jt Was hington J and K WASHINGTON J K— Front Row: T. Shepard, K. Sevier, J. Payne, Sec; A. Puca, Treas.; M. Noll, Pres.; T. Shivers, V.P.; G. Downs, L. Long, S. Metzner, W. Shoemaker. Second Row: R. Clagett, D. Cedrone, R. Hancock, J. Layton, J. Davis, M. Ragan, D. Hotton. Third Row: R. Day, W. Routson, W. Lawrence, J. Coby, R. Arengo, A. Alexander. Back Row: C. Slade, G. Sohn, J. Schnei- der, IV., J. Fitzpatrick, R. Taylor, II, J. Brown. Washington G and H WASHINGTON G H— Front Row: P. Vale, M. Weisfeld, R. Kaminski, E. lacques, J. Cordiano, Pres.; S. Rome, Treas.; R. Sprecher, M. Frank, L. Bamrick, R. Bair, M. Dreyer, W. Pergerson, G. R. Second Row: E. Lushbaugh, N. Ricklen, B. Anderson, H. Owen, R. Fox, N. Salafia, F. Groff, L. Young, H. Brackstone. Third Row: K. Briers, G. Esham, B. Jenkins, G. Stone, J. Stew- art, T. Stemmer, M. Anderson, D. Short, C. Gable, W. Quimby. Back Row: B. Webster, F. Cathell, L. Brockson, T. Wayne, W. Harger, F. Menke, R. Tanner, R. Dubnoff, J. Bean, S. Bryant. t t t I ft t 332 Sororities 333 mw ' n IPI ' ■ p ALPHA CHI OMEGA — Row 1: R. Gingerich, J. Conrads, J. Zimmerman, B. Evans, M. Altinan, B. Jiles, S. Valentino, J. Arnold, L. Emel. J. Inouye, B. Piquet, C. Higgins, L. Lougee, V. Woodrow, S. Davis, C. Orban. Row 2: B. St. Clair, L. O ' Neill, G. Grim, B. Gardner, B. Cox, treas., A. Korab, corr. sec, J. Staley, v. pres., M. Beneke, v. pres., T. O ' Neill, pres., B. Domingus, v. pres., L. Chase, soc. chmn., C. Toula. J. Douglass. J. Ward, J. Gray. Row 3: C. Mintz, S. Bond, B. Walter. L. Wood, E. Morreale, J. Sykes, J. Orban, P. Patchen, L. Green, housemother, N. Gatlin, W. Otto. D. Benson, S. Meyers, P. Stewart, K. Roome, C. Tait. Row 4: C. Worden, P. Keenan, P. Klinges, L. Morgan. C. Steele, B. Peters, P. Peley, C. Little, L. Koerber, C. Thomas, M. Woods, D. Haesloop. Row 5: C. Sterling, M. Coleman, M. O ' Neill, R. Rodgers, J. Evans, B. Miller, S. Nadeau, L. Copony, M. Welsh. Row 6: B. McKay, B. Duffey, L. Wendel, L. Naylor, C. Stuart, M. Costello, S. Runnels, R. Garretson, S. Cooper, S. Hendricks. !? ?lfl R ' 11! ?? St 334 ALPHA DELTA V —Row 1 : C. Jones, M. Goley. V. Hamburg, M. Nelson. P. Delmore, K. Earnest. J. Tamorria. corr. sec, J. Davis. V. pres., C. Lawson. pres,. C. Stark, treas.. D. Holmes, rec sec. D. Ca,sselberry. K. Hontz. V. Luke, C. Mcintosh, J. Ireland. Row 2: J. Royce, T. Bugel, R, Anderson, K. Palmer. S. Cassidy. N. Fleigh, C. Gatchell. J. Kaper, Mrs. M. Guenther. housemother, N. Hooker. L. Pcllegrino, L. Davis. E. Lann, R. Blumcnthal. M. Boehm, M. Krueger. Row .?.■ A. Hardman. J. Zabriskie. K. Turyn, D. Harris, K. Foster, E. Savage, D. Matejko. E. Barksdale. Row 4: M. Gundy, J. Walburgh, B. Hamill, V. Streep. M. Smith, R. Farrell, L. Thompson, C. McDonouqh, J. Gjllis. K. Gundy. Row 5: E. Nash, P. Francis, C. Hogan, B. Errickson, G. Coombs, M. Adams, K. Walsh, E. Shaw, E. King, ' " S. Fink. 193 ALPHA EPSILON PH]— Row I: R. Katz. B. Warranch, G. Branoff, S. Rappoport, G. Kleger, B. Katz. B. Bonnett, E. Rosenberg, T. Rothstein. S. Resnick. T. Cohen, R. Kaplan, J. Morrell, G. Teitel, E. Kurtz. Row 2: J. Eisenberg. B. Goffman, I. Zetlin, M. Cap- Ian, J. Saline, S. Podgur, L. Hoch, L. Rubin, I. Kleinman, M. Freeman, N. Zaslowsky. L. Golden. A. Zinn. B. Bendy. R. Rose, D. Swartz. Row 3: R. Potash, R. Sandler, J, Goldstein. S. Steinbach, soc. chmn.. I. Hackerman. rec. sec, A. Kassalow, treas., R. Goda, V. pres., C. Coburn. pres., M. Scherr, v. pres., S. Goldstein, hse. pres.. B. Malin, corr. sec, E. Harris, ass ' t treas., J. Markin. panhel, J. Katz, L. Erlich, T. Gross. Row 4: M. Litwin, C. Stoolman. J. Kaplan, J. Goldman, L. Stein. B. Needel, E. Goldberg. H. Klotz- man. S. Reicher, M. Rubin. ffoir 5: K. Berlin, E. Safro, L. Greenstone. E. Rosenzweig, B. Miller. A. Korson, R. Sass, B. Kind, S. Wolf, L. Jacobson. Row 6: T. Solomon, L. Becker, I. Solomon, D. Sandler, P. Rosen, L. Smolen. WWk ALPHA GAMMA DELTA— ?oir .• J. Putnam. R. Williams, G. Wise, L. Lightfoot, A. Cable, panhel. D. Eggleston. corr. sec, E. Best, treas., N. Monitor, v. pres.. E. Folk, pres., M. Heggestod, v. pres.. K. Boesch. sec. E. Barney, hse. chmn.. M. Petrini, B. Mayer. J. Martin. A. O ' Neill. Row 2: J. Kearns-Preston. ' B. Russ, N. Adams, S. Wilks. F. Brinley. hse. mother. K. Duncan, P. Hegarty, S. Simpson. C. Peter. L. Quinn, C. Grennon. L. Cheslosky, P. Koenig. P. Duff. L. Oursler. L. McCron. Row 3: S. Baba, P. Whitehead. M. Russell. C. Brophy, E. Holland, N. Veraa. Row 4: J. Lovell. K. Dunn. L. Minor. R. Long, J. Bley, J. Hannawald. Row 5: C. Fehlner, G. Theodore, B. Hines, M. Liden, M. Page, A. Carter, M. Emmons, S. Pitts. 335 ALPHA OMICRON PI — Roh- I: L. Lyon, N. Brien, K. Bell, M. Gleason. S. Schloss, S. Miller, D. Ferjanec, S. Lyon, A. Kruger, P. Jones, N. Herchenrceder, L. Kirby, M. Buckley. B. Zeiller, R. Richard, M. DeCoste. Row 2: B. Dente, C. Montgomery, W. Flegal, C. Snead, P. Voneiff, N. Crowther, treas., M. Shannon, corr. sec, D. Skirven, v. pres., S. Landriev, pres., K. Kowal, v. pres., S. Samsel, sec, S. Gerwe, hse. pres., J. Mockabee, P. Furland. E. Reed, N. Rydell. Row 3: D. Taylor. V. Kontos, S. Buch- holz, C. Frazier, K. Wise, B. Bees, L. Hersh, C. Plachta, W. Ellis, hse. mother, A. Catrambone, G. Williams, J. Herman, C. Sacks, N. Regnier, C. Anders. L. Olson. Row 4: P. Sholtze, M. Kollman, B. Brannen, K. Smith. A. Blakeslee. S. Martin, P. Rimbos, J. Guinan, P. Heller. Row 5: K. Bloom, L. Thackston, C. Dicio, N. Bienia, M. McHale, J. MacCallum, P. Rever, M. Bennett. Row 6: S. Lazar, B. Cooke, A. Pappas, B. Thompson. C. O ' Brien, M. Sausser, J. Broking, S. Jacks. 4. . i ALPHI PHI— «()ir . D. Harry, P. Grams, C. Bodkin, J. Powers, G. Grubbs, S. Steuart, S. Komegay, C. Davis, C. Dietz, M. Wise, N. Funkhouser, S. Highlower, J. Zihlman, C. Porter. E. Tollefson. N. Pugh. Row 2: M. Cockey, L. Schwartz. C. Bascom. C. Kane, N. Best. B. Wood. R. Cheney, treas.. J. Reeves, v. pres.. P. Roach, pres., R. Ferguson, v. pres., S. O ' Meara. chap.. S. Scer- back. C. Andrejack, M. Whilchill. D. Langcler, K. Millington. Row 3: M. O ' Leary. B. Shipp. P. Kemper, P. Clark. K. Nelson, K. Callanan. B. Brown, S. Bascom, M. Wood. hse. mother. P. Buckley, S. Williams. J. Veach. J. Davis. M. Peters. C. Smith. C. Bo- land. Row 4: D. Doolan. M. Perry, S. Nelson. V. Brogan. B. ShaclTer, E, Shay. K. Kochan, J. Peabody, V. Lothrop, C. Neely. L. O ' Meara. Row 5: E. Jarvis, M. Egan, L. De Lizia, C. Sutton, L. Kimball, N. SamburofF, P. Gatto, E. Hall, C. Sweeney, M. Meehan. 336 ■ .I f mm. ALPHA XI DELTA— Won- 7.- N. Glasgow, B. Vance, J. Cox, L. Leach, S. Simmons, treas., B. Ullman, rec. sec, P. Johnson, v. pres., J. Terzick, pres., E. Ott. memb. chmn., S. Miller, corr. sec, N. Knauff, pi. ts., B. Reinmouth, soc. chmn., D. Barker, J. Stanne, P. Gallogly. T. Price. Row 2: P. LeBeau, K. Millar, J. Shedlock, M. Thompson. P. Fuller, B. Holmes, N. Bonner, M. Gemmel, H. Funkhouser, hse. mother, A. Carlin, E. Krupen, K. Boseck, J. Ramsen, C. Robidoux, A. Diffendall, J. Curran. Row 3: C. Day, L. Gray, J. Amberson, L. McVey, M. Cross, D. Fela, B. Smilski, G. Sartoris. Row 4: E. Reeves, S. Schmidt. P. Purchase, K. Kersey, T. Lombard!, S. Rinehart, J. Tinney, C. Miller, E. DeSalvo. Row 5: P. Bugden, C. Schaub, M. Tuma, M. LeRoy, M. Chase, C. Holladay, F. Tzanis, J. Ebner, P. Martin, L. Phair. ! P! !??I1 51 a25ia!!Pii SB? DELTA DELTA DELTA— «oif .• C. Faulkner, C. Kenney. L. Quick, K. Hober. J. Flynn, M. Kidder. D. Hasslinger, B. Hicks. C. Harding, L. Taylor. D. Deakyne. S. Mossburg. D. Stephens, M. Williams. P. Brown, J. Winslow. Row 2: P. Randolph. P. Mac- cubbin, N. Jobe, L. Hildebrand, schlshp. chmn., S. Sandford, hse. pres., E. Kaiser, treas., S. Smith, rec. sec, A. Ulman, pres., B. Hamilton, v. pres.. L Bowden. corr. sec, C. Vallely. mrshl., L. Flaningam. chpln.. L. Lanham. D. Fulkerson. R. Chu, D. Howe. Row 3: G. Forman, E. Pelecanos, B. Nesbitt. D. Newcomb, D. Woodbury, S. Culver. J. Blythe, M. Rogers, Mrs. Fletcher, hse. mother. S. Pearson. S. Dix. J. Edwards, D. Shellenberger, J. Hildebrand. G. Moore, P. Kaiser. Row 4: E. Hoffmaster. M. Fagan, R. Wright, G. Sharpe. J. Harris, G. Smith. D. Fries. M. Higgins, M. Adorian, G. Sessums. Row 5: E. Sither. P. Lebhng, N. Floyd, S. Thornburg, L. Cobb, K. Ford, J. Ament, H. Walker. Row 6: J. Strickler, J. Schniering, K. Street, M. Warren, M. Williams, B. Baker, G. Capozzalo, L. Dermott. 337 DELTA GAMMA— Row 1: R. Wasielewski, P. Long, D. Hackman, C. Werner, S. Mech, S. Coppage, C. Baker, G. Graham, V. Neal, E. Cissel, K. O ' Brien. M. Warhol, J. Askren, S. Mai, B. Althoff, B. Harper. Row 2: O. Harrison, M. Zetter, D. Fowler. J. Dunn, J. Messer, B. Capasso, treas., C. Morris, corr. sec, S. Waters, 1st v. pres., J. Milliken, pres., M. Fozo. 2nd v. pres.. J. Rine- walt, J. Vansant, D. Siepert. N. Oosterhovs, S. Minion. Row 3: J. Hardin. L. Gregor, A. Kennelly, D. Hovanec, C. Harrison, A. Waters, M. Kennelly, P. Wismer. R. Allan, hse. mother, S. Diehl, C. Dillehay. K. Maloney, L. Hall, L. Lawson. E. Williams, M. Reifenstein. Row 4: C. Dodd, M. Samuels, A. Commerford, M. Wueste, S. Fisher, E. Cirillo, C. Taylor. C. Enlow, S. Cerveny, J. Green. Row 5: J. Green. M. Worden, M. Zetter. L. Stradinger, W. Budd. A. Yourtee, K. Jaegerman, V. Kates. Row 6: K. Hidle- baugh, C. Innes, D. Myers, C. Hunter, C Clark. J. Knox, M. Banvasz. B. Meyers, M. Bulow. S. Gardner, L. Culhertson. M mm 338 DELIA PHI EPSILON— ?oir .■ C. Fink. S. Zitomcr. M. Kaplan. D. Kaufman, L. Rosen, J, Gold, G. Weiss, E. Sagal, E. Burg, B. Berman, J. Scheider. M. Blauer, S, Rubin, J. Greenbaum, H. Goldberg, C. Hilsberg. Row 2: L. Feld, S. Woolfson, L. Lazeroff, J. Barnett, B. Bacharach, hse. mgr., D. Fishbein, soc. chmn., A. Meyerowitz, rec. sec, G. Zwirn, v. pres.. S. Deitz, pres., P. Bel- dock, plds. mthr., L. Danoff. corr. sec. M. Levin, treas.. N. Horwilz. rsh. chmn., S. Rubenstein, L. Foer, M. Sacks. Row 3: E. Paul, J. Rumizen, M. Cohen, M. Segal, G. Lisogiirsky. J. Briggs, E. Friedman, R. Posner, E. Siberstein, hse. mother, P. Bahn, C. Ostrusky, C. Meier. T. Kotzin. K. Blumenthal, B. Schiflfman, L. Abrams. Row 4: J. Zvares, E. Coflfee, S. Green. H. Hoffman, A. Golomb, H. Funk, K. Gotkin, S. Blanken, J. Starr, K. Baurmash. Row 5: P. Bernstein, H. Blumenthal, M. Malickson, F. Brooks, A. Sapperstein, C. Hess, M. Alexander, S. Sher. f!!! 5233SS2S32 " 2S 1 53 GAMMA PHI HETA—Knw I: M. Follow. P. Allen. E. Chapman, D. Hughe.s, rec. sec, R. Grim, treas., J. kaiser, rsh. chm.. L. Higginbotham. soc. chm., E. Peebles, v. pres., G. Holland, pres., E. Lawless, pldge. trnr., S. Tropin, corr. sec., K. Turnbull. schlship. chm.. R. Kern, stndrds. chm.. T. Cunninghman. pnhl. del.. R. May. N. Rogers. Row 2: A. Gaddis. D. Winter, G. Renaud. G. Shaw, M. Avram. S. Riiss. J. Hammer. L. Habersat. N. Gscheidle. hs. mthr.. H. Swart?. J. Gallia. J. Jones. R. RufTner. D. Reynolds. M. Witham. L. Frowert. Row 3: D. Casel. H. Harner. R, McMullen, B. Holland. N. Hull, S. Kent. L. Rockett. G. Schermerhorn. G. Bianco. N. McDowell, hs. mgr. Row 4: M. Glem. L. Beach. C. Mii .zy. M. Hauver, M. McMullen. M. Tripe. V. Davis, D. McMa- hon. Row " i: C. Dombrowski. M. DeVan, L. Ephraim, M. Muller, L. Tierney, G. Olson. E. F?ber, T. Howard. ' fW! !m mmmm mm J A KAPPA ALPHA THETA— ? iir .• B. Koester, P. Yutz, S. Anderson, S. Gibson, A. Haves. B. Loveless. N. Evster. T. McClung. C. Carr. R. Blaul. S. Eidson. S. Jones. K. Cooney. L. Wilson. C. McKenna. A. Whitebread. Row 2: R. McMinn. J. Lee. D. Gushing, L. Daisied, S. Cromer. J. Fondren. B. Reynolds, treas.. E. Christner. v. pres.. D. Crawford, pres.. N. Auleta. pi. educ. S. loving, corr. sec. D. Davdelin. L. Murray. S. Richards. J, Crist. C. Guy. Row .?.■ B. Halstead. K. Uglow. E. Fisher. L. Brown. B. Rauch. J. Kempers. J. Pierce, D. Onofrio. M. Abram. hs. mthr.. C. Hock. J. Kempers. B. Ford. S. Richards. G. Ulrich. R. Todd. P. Moore. Row 4: N. Fox. R. Hughes. R. Hammond. C. Glenn. K. Walter. B. Reck, R. Gloyd. Row . ;.• K. Tamzarian. NL Wilson, K. Howard, M. McCarthy, P. Pierson, D. Meade. Row 6: M. Mooers, M. Beamer, V..Jghnson, E. Mullins, R. Huston, W. Wood. 339 KAPPA DELTA — Row I: B. Gloth, C. Fechtelkotter, K. Scott. N. MacDonald, C. Houghton, S. Rosencrance, C. Caputo, J. Fowler, S. Bradshaw, J. Martin, P. Poole, M. Elkins, B. McKenna, B. Jahnel, D. McClain, B. Sarto. Row 2: N. Smull, K. Foster, S. Silvers, E. Huff, J. Bach, N. Stein, C. McCarthy, N. Haeseler, A. Ligon. L. Andrews, D. Devendorf, B. Frey, C. St. John, P. Sullivan. C. Moreland. A. Nowacek. Row 3: S. Boston, K. Frisch, R. Crumlish, M. McClayton, cor. sec, S. Pollara, treas., G. Miller, hse. pres.. C. Langer, v. pres., G. Bloch. pres., S. Walker, mbrshp. chmn.. J. Andrews, sec, J. Davies, soc. chmn., L. Conway, asst. treas., S. Vernay, ed., J. German, M. Henkel, P. Sharkey. Row 4: E. Ecton. S. Gifford, J. MacDonald, M. Kupiec, L. Mitchell, L. Cunningham, G. Donalds, J. Keith, K. Cox, J. Cameron, C. Caparosa, D. Sabagh, P. Kelly, C. Rose, M. Campagna, L. Whitehead, Row 5; F. Hanning, C. Niller, P. Walker. KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA— ?ovi ' ; T. Clarke, E. Edmunds, S. Connelly, D. Laudenslager, K. Wilson, B. Hornbake, M. Trofast, A. Jones, S. Stine, S. Hansen, A. Fukada. J. Kratz, S. Higgle, S. Wills, M. KrafT, J. Lamond. Row 2: B. Coleman, R. Beers, S. Foster, M. Eheart, S. Wells, C. Snoddy, T. Deming, S. Wells, G. Rowell. J. Edwards, C. Pennefeather, G. Keithley, C. Wright, J. Walker, S. Gifford, L. Schmedegaard. Row 3: L. Sutton, M. Matthews, P. Weaver, C. Manuel, S. Kline, L. Beveridge, treas., M. Kernan, cor. sec, P. Holton. 1st v. pres., M. Quinn, pres., M. Smith, 2nd v. pres., R. Sisler, rec sec, T. Griffin, D. Jones, N. Ohlson, S. Ott, K. Hansen. Row 4: C. Carrick, J. Long, W. Shockley, M. Davis, P. Hurrocks, J. Howard, R. Taff, D. Gould, V. Stallings, P. Jones, M. Melson, B. Kehoe, S. Nickel, M. Grier, C. Sisler, J. Gehringer. Row 5: M. Loreman, M. Brady, D. Ball, S. Clevering, M. Tupling, M. Del Canto, S. Graf. Row 6: M. Jager, R. Cassou, T. Chebithes, B. Moser, Y. Frenkel, S. Corkran, B. Gula. §1S S5SS PHI SIGMA SIGMA — Row I: T. Handloff, D. Maizels, J. Eger, rush chmn.. G. Abrahams, rec. sec. B. ' Dubnoff, treas., N. Choti ner, pres.. S. Wineburgh. v. pres., C. Slazman. cor. sec. J. Reitman. hse. pres.. L. Hammond, pledge mistress. B. Segal, brd. rep. J. Berkowiiz. scholr. chmn.. K. Robinson, soc chmn., H. Settler, pan rep.. M. Alperstein. D. Bass. Ron- 2: J. Wilner. N. Auerback B. Silher. G. Friedman. K. Winston. N. Lipsitz. S. Kramer. D. Cohen. B. Freehof. P. Simon. J. Rothchild, E. Levin, J. Lev, B Kolodner, L. Myerberg. I. Beitler. Row 3: M. Davies, B. Lerner, E. Mandel. T. Shapiro. C. Miller. E. Bomstein. I. Coplan. L. Reichel Row 4: R. Laniado. L. Scher. M. Feldman. G. Lang. S. Falck. A. Bloomfield, M. Fruchtbaum, M. Bisker. Ron- 5- J. Wasserman B. Wolf, S. Goldberg. S. Naden, E. Winkler, F. Wolke, L. Narcisenfeld, L. Zelkovitz, I, Shulman, S. Teichman. wm mm PI BETA PHI — Ron- I: S. Harper. P. Tolson, H. Ham, L. Weaver, house mgr. M. Manser, Panhellenic del., J. Adams, pledge sup.. C. Siegman. rec. sec. P. Laramore. v. pres.. N. Mott. pres., C. Kerr, treas.. M. Parks, rush chmn., P. Clark, asst. rush chmn., J. Hart. cor. sec. N. Terry, soc. chmn.. J. Bateman. D. Dugan. Ron- 2: C. Smith. S. Hetzler. C. Langrall. G. Terry. C. Argyropoiilos, L. Smith. C. .Mbert. E. Blair. J. Hack. K. Kells. K. Kelly. M. Downing. T. Swan, B. Shoemaker. S. Paulson. D. Towne. Ron- 3: S. Gillock, M. Collinson. J. Kimball. K. Burke. K. McDonald. D. Elliott. R. Los Calzo. J. Williams, V. Reamy. Ron- 4: B. Baden. D. Cimokowski, A. Brittingham. E. Barnard. K. Bowen. K. Kerr, D. Pringle, L. Tucker. Row 5: N. Browning, C. Whitaker, K. Lapp, L. Koonce, G. Reilly, P. Pearce, G. Kiesel. M. Richards. SISS wmmmm SIGMA DELTA TAV— Row I: M. White, A. Cohen, D. Rice Kremer, L. Kempner, L. Seidenman, J. Shinderman, A. Katz, M tarian. B. Bloom, rush chmn., C. Rosoff, cor. sec. J. Cohen, treas., pres., R. Plotnick, rec. sec, R. Fisher, house pres., J. Littman, soc berman, B. Gimble, R. Lieberman, J. Friedman, J. Rothchild, E. R. Spector, D. Rudden. S. Kronenberg, C. Tompakov, B. Kessler, A. Press, R. Karl, E. Garin, M. Greenberg, F. Sherr, J. Silver, M Levine, L. Cohen, J. Tannenbaum. Ron- 6: P. Lewine, P. Cohen Silverman, A. Taylor, M. Beris, S. Kolker. S. Seibel. J. Lubcher , L. Mondell, M. Settler, A. Milner, S. Bloom, R. Geenblat, C. . Abrams. Row 2: S. Carton, J. Abelman, M. Goldberg, parliamen- L. VanGrack, 1st v. pres., J. Epstein, pres., J. Schwartz, 2nd y. . chmn., M. Meyerson, historian, N. Abramowitz. Row 3: F. Sil- Adler, S. Goldberg, M. Abraham, F. Greenberg, D. Light. Row 4: F. Baum, M. Rubin, N. Frank, A. Kameron, R. Yudin. Row J.- Taylor, housemother, D. Polatnick, G. Schwartz, J. Marks, D. S. Leonard, S. Feldman, B. Gimble, J. Winkler, J. Miller, N. A. Smith. SIGMA KAPPA— Koir .• S. Singleton, M. Spicknall, C. Cooper, L. Cummings, M. Ross, S. Gardiner, J. Sayre, L. Slifer, F. Jones, J. Richstatter, B. Robinson. E. Glover, S. Husler, J. Grayson, L. Cantwell, B. Melle, Row 2: J. Meredith, C. Eves, S. Hill, N. Stag- man, hist., B. Brough, soc. chmn., B. Meleney, rush chmn., C. Machis, treas., S. Mclntyre, 1st v. pres., K. Yablonski, pres., C. Lewis, 2nd V. pres., G. Cooper, rec. sec, A. Barton, cor. sec, J. Seigrist, hse. pres., M. Sippel, soc. chmn., J. Smith, T. Harp. Row 3: D. McCann, R. Smith, K. Bright, G. Pszwaro, P. Kuhns, K. Jones, S. Doak, V. Gideon, D. Jacobs, J. Tuozzo, S. Grigsby, S. Brown, N. McCullough, B. Mattingly, N. Jackson, L. Ritchie. Row 4: C. Duprey, M. Gill, S. Dellone, S. Dunn, M. Phipps, S. Kacena, A. Medbery. Row 5: V. Dahl, K. Digennaro, C. Schmick, P. Rhodes, T. Truitt, J. Neale. fA - i Si g. = « " O -= i O: CL - = - « : 5 3 e Interfraternity Council as w fflucA i o you spend o month ' i Vvv VO " ■ ■ di .° % -s . ' % ' ' ■ ' ' ? f 5c ' ti ' V FORMAL SPRING Rl seuXBH }jaqoa puB !X. 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ALPHA EPSILON PI— Top Row: M. Newman, M. Schlenoff, R. Weintraub, W. Reiss, A. Berg, A. Hais, R. Armstrong, B. Miller, B. Klein, E. Summerfield, J. King, J. Malickson, S. Tarason, L. Waldorf, S. Liptz, S. Wishnow. Second Row: H. Kimmel, S. Cutler, scriv., J. Miller, excheq., P. Savanuck, mast., P. Stein, It. mast., J. Klausner, scribe, J. Baumel, pi. mast., P. Sobel, M. Kossack, L. Walczak, M. Ferber, L. Goldberg, J. Gude, M. Turk, F. Keyser, H. Gitelson. Third Row: F. Sachs, R. Newman, G. Molonovsky, J. Eselstein, P. Kagan, R. Brown, A. Schoem, L. Solomon, hsmthr., SLOE, D. Zetchik, H. Slotzky, F. Fresciz, L. Leonard,, S. Halle, S. Grossman, D. Few. Fourth Row: A. Benesch, J. Gould, S. Maged, E. Shapes, M. Smelkinson, D. Sandler, F. Moonves, P. Woolf- son, A. Rosen, A. Kraft. Fifih Row: M. Strick, B. Silverman, S. Shaffer, B. Eanet, A. Keller, G. Bulmash, M. Segal, S. Gordon, H. Rosen. Sixth Row: S. Barsky, A. Hoffman, B. Miller, N. King, R. Wolf, A. Moien, R. Babiskin, L. Roth. f-f f iiSS ALPHA GAMMA RHO— Row 1: J. Hannawald, S. Westin, L. Jones, R. Puc, C. Streaker, C. Huff, J. Carr, treas., K. Stiles, pres., W. Gordon, v. pres., R. Seiders, sec, M. Barnard, hsmthr., C. Ay, W. Watson, R. DeLauder, C. Cramer, D. Leishear. Row 2: D. Hoshall, T. Robertson, R. Jenkins, J. Edwards, J. Robison, S. Bowen, R. Merritt, R. Jones. Row 3: R. Pearson, E. Fry, D. Edwards, D. Jarrett. Row 4: B. Stiles, T. Sidor, R. Simpson, J. Podlesny. 344 iii s ALPHA TAU OMEGA— «()H . R. Lamb, E. Pappas. E. Hallengren, K. Fisher, C. Cooper, R. Donaton, T. Geiger, K. Claggett, T. Machen. M. Patten, B. Russell, G. Loew, G. Jump, R. Graham, T. Monahan, J. Kidder. Row 2: J. Frew, G. Brouillet, N. Mills, R. May, R. Garreth, K. Swanson. W, Waetjen. R. Ott, B. Orvedal. J. Fleming, F. GatchelL W. Funk, T. Fisher, J. Ditto, J. Small, T. Ramick. Ron 3: J. Pizzarelle. A. Gonzales, R. TTiompson. C. Algire, R. Graham. J. Mitchell, cor. sec, J. Gingell, treas.. J. Har- ris, pres., B. Grewell, v. pres., W. Robertson, sec, B. Benson, pi. mstr., J. Roth, J. Buczek. B. Mildenberger, S. Stine, H. Hancock. Row 4: J. Safley. B. Lagarde, D. Drurv, R. Jones, D. Rippeon, W. Curtis. M. McGinn. M. Pyles, M. Estes. hsmlhr., R. Sibert, S. Bale, W. Reinhardt. J. Mihok. J. Barley, R. Learmouth, J. Small. Row 5: R. Ziegler, R. Benna. W. Deissler, V. HoUidge, S. Dering. R. Smith. J. Eraser, J. Beever, R. Ullrich, R. Lewis. Row 6: M. Hancock, F. Adams. S. Beattie, S. Plemens, J. Mundy, S. Cocharo. P. Brown, G. Small, D. Crane, R. Jackson. Row 7: W. Ziobro, T. Beers, D. Clark, P. Grill, J. Reid, M. Weathersby, K. Salvatore, H. Johnson, D. Hanna. DELTA SIGMA PHI— Won . B. VanHart. J. Martinson. J. Ritz. R. Trogolo, R. Ferguson, mgr.. E. Jones, pi. mast.. J. Smith treas., C. Bongar, pres., J. Gregg, v. pres., W. Belfield, sec. J. Sroka. J. Jackins. M. Martinson, F. Baktis, R. Pevenstein. J. Williams. Row 2: E. Gulhrie, W. Furr. G. Scaboo. J. Ernstedt, M. Schwartz. R. Ramlow. M. Moore, R. Dixon, hsmthr.. Schotze. G. Mclntire, B. Lewis, D. Laboissiere. P. Roach. R. Helm, J. Shaffer. D. Jenkins. Row J: T. Wieneke. H. Kimball, R. Mohler. L. Flynn, R. Nel- son. J. Pulaskv. R. Walburn. T. Halligan. C. Thibault, P. Pennesi. S. Raymond. Row 4: J. Forinash, R. Dernetz, O. Thumel, B. North, R. Neall, R. Jollensten, M. Lackett, D. Dougherty, R. Faust, C. Hopwood, R. Hutchins. 345 DELTA TAU DELTA — Row 1: R. Boyce, T. Clarke, C. Sockwell, T. Buckwalter, pi. trnr., A. Balo, sgt.-at-arms, J. Mines, asst. treas., R. Stevens, treas., R. Tyner, pres., A. Hongell, v. pres., M. Hays, rec. sec, D. Furtney, cor. sec, J. Andrew, mgr., N. Hallman, guide, P. Messenger, J. Boggs, M. Lupiwok. Row 2: S. Meacher, C. Jeffcoat, D. Collins, G. Greeson, R. Ritter, W. Harvey, R. Deckert, A. Cooper, hsmthr.. S. Mahaney, A. Cucina, R. Sutkus, R. Stansburg, J. Duflfus, M. Redden, J. Weldon, G. Rady. Row 3: E. Humphreys, J. Koontz, F. Birks, R. Tinari, F. Storm, R. Walker, J. Buckwalter, D. Shidemantle. Row 4: T. Hetherington, J. Orme, G. Barnes, W. Ruh, E. Plotner, J. Intfen, R. Gonzales, D. Jersey. Row 5: N. Oliver, H. Doyle, F. Tedesco, J. Rupard, W. Williams, R. Covell. IB 346 KAPPA M.VHK—Row I: M. Doilney, J. Bennett, J. Gibbons, J. Collins, P. Waltriip. D. Finn, J. Hershberger, S. Serio. I- Mc- Inery T. Browning T, Wallace, V. Kaikman, A. Bowie, J. Turpin, G. Walton, M. Raeder. Row 2: J. Scully, E. Sullivan, G. Ratto, S. Lcchliter A, Crisafulli, D. Newcomb, R. Sullivan, treas., C. Moran, pres., J. DeBenedctto, v. pres., J. Ripken, sec, A. George- lakos A Dresbach A. Banks, W. Congdon, B. McMahon, D. Dillon. Row 3: W. Frinz, B. Hmkel, J. Albert, G. Jackson, R. Putnam, R Schmidt K Glaes Max, W. Thomas, W. Howard, W. Knight, G. Wadden, G. Greer, B. Borcz, J. Clements, W. Szymanski. Row 4- J Pine T. Halverstadts, E. Ellis, M. Griffin, J. Austin, W. Moss, R. Intlckofer, J. Vinson. W. Beckman, N. Townsend. Rosy 5: T. Mcdlin, R. Moyse, G. Bresee, J. Ruth, T. Ball, J. Simpson, E. Koehneke, D, Ramsey, M. Thomas. Row 6: J. Reigle, L. Sterner, J. Bohn, G. Diakoulas, J. Emery, G. Gettman, M. Drummond, D. Fry. iillO OiOB B I AMBDA CHI Al PHA— ?r ir . D. Rotz, P. Gunby, B. Bitancioni, B. Cowman, E. Santucci. P. Clancy. W. Weedcn. J. Schwerin. H. Allen, J. Firmin, W. Intelkofer, R. Biggs, J. Donahoe. I.. Adorian. Row 2: F. Angicr. Jr., scholarship chmn. J. Northrop, house manager. G. Hollidge. rush chmn.. F. Faff, ritualist, R. Bricker. Jr.. cor. sec, J. Erskinc. trea.s., J. Clark, prcs., A. Tortora. v. pres., R. Tanner. Jr., sec. W. Ray. IFC rep.. W, Allen, II. soc chmn., T. Carpenter, pledge trainer, E. Putens, steward. Row 3: J. Barron. J. Szymkowicz. P. Morgan, L. Pearson, J. LeDowe, J. Trachy, P. Wiles. G. Fitzgerald, K. McCahill. A. Hickey. Row 4: T. Crehan. J. Cerefice. L. V. Cohb, A. Foster, W. Rineheart. G. Thompson. J. Averill, R. Barbour. F. Jones, J. Vandellev, D. O ' Neal. S. Smith. Row 5: D. Wade, G. Kanode, R. Payne. D. Rhodes. R. Killion, R. lafralc. R. Cox. C. Korns. R. Willoy. E. Welch, D. Heggestad. R. I obfeld. W. Callahan, S. Mangiapane. Row 6: J. Jarboe, B. McCall. D. Hershey. G. Meredith, Jr.. M. Murray, J. Lofquist, M. Mayo, housemother. D. Adams. D, Giaugue, G. Gosnell, W. Bartholomee, J. Knecht, D. Paxson. L iiHA7Mltl mm SIGMA NU— ?()»• ,• R. Moore, J. Cammerman, B. Frost. W. Becker. R. Maddox, A. Bond, R. Berglund. M. Pearmun, D. Hind- man, D. Kerr, R. White, J. Crosby, R. White, R. Martz. J. Maxwell. O. Hintzc. Row 2: J. Rhodes, P. Parvis, A. Birdwell, K. Ban- croft, M. Anderson, G. Maynard. L. Crippen, S. Minnich, R. OfTutt, J. Trocino. R. Urban. J. Yates, T. Rossi, D. Butler, J. Smith. D. Starnes. Row 3: J. Haigh, R. Shull. J. Mickanis, P. Gately. T. Mazfaccaro. A. Caselli. soc chrm., A. Kunz, rec. M. McElroy, cmndr., S. Christiansen. It. cmndr.. R. Koehler, ireas. E. Hanratty, pldg. marshall, J. Dykstra, W. Booth. P. Krall. W. Poole. R. Schar. Ro 4: T. Greshko, T. Skobodzinski. C. Prechtel. E. Driscoll, L. Fox. E. Tokar. G. Phillips. 1 .. Eason. M. Young, hsmthr.. L. Schallinger. M. Schatz. S. Robertson. M. Raff. R. Farrell. G. Woitcch, R. Glesener. Row 5: G. Whitfield, W. Stine. R. DuBois, W. Moores, R. McKean. J. Hewlett. M. Mclnturff. R. Strickland, E. Anthony, T. Wilson, J. Bellas. Row 6: C. Woods, C. Tiedebohl, D. Seitz, G. Edgley, D. Bausch. M. Kleinsorgc. R. Kammer. C. Martin, D. Redlin. D. Cassidy. 347 PHI EPSILON PI — Row 1: S. Deitch, A. Schwartz, R. Starr, B. Fingerhut. A. Rafel. W. Oster. pldg. master, A. Danenberg, treas., J. Fine, superior, J. Menich, v. superior, S. Block, rec. sec, R. Tettelbaum. cor. sec, M. Greenberg, M. Citron, R. Hatwell, N. Oles- ker. D. Garfinkel. Rom- 2: G. Kanegis, E. Boyars. G. Schechter. M. Kamoroff, R. Rothstein, A. Pearlman, S. Goloskov, M. Dubeck, M. Helman. sweetheart, E. Rosen, S. Friedman, G. McVeigh, I. Bloom, M. Chariken, D. Kaye, P. Proger. Row 3: R. Mayers, M. Diamond. M. Koperwas, D. Kaplan. K. Klein, T. Mintzer. R. G- lhow. L. Fishlowitz. Row 4: M. Rosen, G. Bass, M. Gold, B. Snyder, R. Kodesch, B. Gimble, S. Lebow, T. Lutins. Row 5 ' S. Mudrick, S. Metzner, E. Wasserman, B. Fingerhut, alum, adviser, J. Roth, K. Brown, J. Rosen. M KI ' S Kl - m PHI KAPPA SIGMA— «OM ' .• A. Rubino, P. Milloy, L. McQueen, E. Hearon, M. Badger, T. Lalli, T. Mai shall, L. Mezzullo, R. Absher, J. Rea, J. Humler, R. Fusting, S. La Vaute, P. Muller, B. Dunn. J. Kelly. Row 2: J. Heim, J. McMillen, C. Leimbach, pldg. trn., W. Belleville, hse. mgr., S. Pfeiffer, ath. chmn., J. Mezzullo, stwrd., R. Barrow, cor. sec, W. DeHoust, pres., T. Aydelotte, V. pres., P. Samois, treas., M. Rioux, soc chmn., R. Johnson, hist., J. Coale, IFC rep., R. Heck, fac. grad. res., " Skully, " mascot, S. Menninger. Row 3: T. Anderson, L. Evans, R. Frazer, A. Stewart, W. McFuge, J. Fava, C. Fisher, W. Dawe. Row 4: W. Shade, T. Beck, J. Potter, J. Sumner, C. Daggs, R. Parker, V. McKewin, W. Wright. Row 5; W. Anderson, P. Keller, R. Chase, R. Abbott, D. Carter, R. Connor, G. Bottiger. K} fl D H Kl K9 H 3 V ' J K PHI KAPPA TAV— Row ; T. Nalley, D. Flanagan, O. Hill, P. Dubinsky. J. Oliver, J. Curtis, treas.; G. Harding, pres.; J. Sisson, S ' . pres.; F. Reese, sec.; D. Edwards, res. fellow; " P. T. " , R. Farquhar, T. Bell, L. Hoffman, T. Laudicina, R. Ihndris. Row 2: L. Mayhew. B. Cook, B. Phillips, P. Hoffman. E. Storo, J. Niemeyer, J. Lusby, R. Longley, C. Blackman, S. Earle. Row 3: J. Con- rad. R. Richcards. M. Wilson, J. Gladstone, R. Spearlman. P. Williams, J. Centra, F. Giambusso. Row 4: C. Gladstone, G. Pierson, E. Harger, D. Jensen, J. Sosville, A. Spealman, B. Harris. Si mm PHI SIGMA DELTA — Row I: M. Rubinstein. S. Krieger. F. Hoffman. R. Shapiro. B. Hoffman, pi. nistr.; J. Poulos. soc. chrm.; B. Rappaport. treas.; M. Gewirlz. pres.; S. Remer. v. pres.; R. Feland. sec; D. Rosen, rush chrm.; A. Slan. hs. mgr.; S. Ismart. K. Lechter. J. Cohen, L. Schneider. Row 2: S. Rubin. A. Stark, M. Goldstein, S. Futlerman. N. Blinken. R. Zitin. C. Goldberg. D. Stump, hs. mthr.; L. Frowert. sweethrt.; J. Levenlhal. S. Mich-lsen. S. Morrison. J. Rosenberg. M. Dubinsky, H. Horowitz. S. Tash. Row 3: M Campbell. T. Sobol. S. Blacker. J. Anshel. B. Gordon, A. Rosenhloom. G. Simon. J. I.issy. J. Sperhng. L. Shafer. R, Schulman, B, Blayatt. Row 4: I. Malamut, P. Radler, B. Rubinstein, D. levin, R. Greenberg, L. Walker. B. Wohl. A. Hiller, D. Cypes. D. Katz. Row 5: M. Protas, J. Salus. D. Blond. J. Roth, H. Kass, D. Jacobs, R. Aserkoff, R. Fnedman. Row 6: W. Stern. H. Pressman. J. Friedman, S. Berenson. N. Oremland. mna PHI SIGMA KAPPA— «o« ' ; D. Sirman, R. MacDonald, A. Zahniser, R. Smolinski, R. Fielder, B. McHugh, V. Guida, J. Lillard, J. Allen, G. Scalafani, R. Hill, M. Arbutina, J. Reese, R. Haynes, G. Winn, A. Cerra. Row 2: H. Lins, B. Harrington, J. Mancini, D. Driscoll, M. Hoch, L. Johnson, soc. Chrm,, R. Charamella, pldg. ind., C. Yount, treas., S. Chebithes, R. Masterson, v. pres., F. Denvir, sntnl., H. Given, stwrd.. C. Stearns, V. Seskunas, A. Comi, B. Smith. Row 3: D. King, J. Reilly, W. Palmer, D. Stofa, T. Gallagher, E. Kane, F. Gawlick, H. Gannon, G. Haser, C. Trayers , T. Anderson, M. Mesmer, J. Coddington, J. Carson, O. Jones, J. Morris. Row 4: M. Grace, B. Stec, B. Campbell, D. Swan, C. Given, R. Adkins, M. Brant, P. Balys, M. Kelly. Row 5: W. Lovett, J. Myers, P. Anderson, R. Borden, R. Muirhead, W. Brewster, H. Murphy, M. Moore. Row 6: J. Pancza, T. Leppert, B. Creer, M. Grobaker, W. Lomax, W. Niziolek, E. Becker, A. Brzostowski. f i iiSBBiBBB L PI KAPI A ALPHA — Row I: D. King, A. Muegge, P. Jankovic, M. Lippincott, W. Callaghan, W. Fanzone, J. Headman. F. Faffle , M. Collins, R. Bauer, J. Carter, R. Phillippy, E. Houff, W. Slacum, W. Bransford, B. Van Atta. Row 2: W. Mills, H. Klippen, M. McFadden, R. Cunningham, V. Burns, T. Ogle, E. Stacy, treas., W. Yacola, pres., S. Ehringer, v. pres., M. Headman, sec, R. Davis G. Miller, R. Hamilton, W. Teeple, M. Rawl, D. Walp. Row 3: W. Cavanaugh, S, Newhouse, J. Benson. D. Uttenreither, C. Sinlock, W. Koenig, J. Koodrich, F. Bolton, " Mike, " E. Colbert, M. Roberts, W. Apollony, J. Milo, T. Shaner, D. Light, J. Cooper. Row 4: G. Combs, B. Black, J. Cordiano. D. McGlew, P. Corcoran, G. Petzold, J. Rickman. Row 5: S. Loewinger, C. Clark, L. Ward, J. Waters, R. Klav, L. Jacksits. Row 6: T. Dunn, M. Basye, R. Wozniak, D. Budd, G. Denlein, P. Kratzer. 350 " 02 W ' U SI(, I A A[ PHA EPSILON— ,;u ■ J. Murphy. G. Cramer. C. Obrecht. R. Mitchell. D. Robinson. N. Anthony, soc. chrm., M. Hcndricksen, treu-s.. R. McC ' ann, pres., R. Race. v. pres.. D. Dobry, sec. H. Thompson. E. Dougherty. W. Guidotti. A. Tackett. R. Colkira. F. Bichy. Row 2: G. Obrecht, J. lanney. M. Moore, R. Legg.. R. Parks. A. Little. R. Wimbrow. W, McLaird. J. (Jailbraith. hsmthr.. S. Wright. M. Moore. G. Hendrickson, H. Mann. T. Aaron. T. McCary. J. Sakers. R » 3: M. Wilbur. W, Albrecht. E. Davis. D. Merritt, J. Meloy, R. Elling, E. Peterson, R. Hoover, N. Culbertson, S. Hallaj. Rtnv 4: G. Gridley, W. Walsh C. Blische, D. Quein, J. Edwards. R. Field. D. Chamberlain. D. Perry. R. King. i ElS ' mmm mwm -SIGMA ALPHA MU— «( u ' ; H. Berg. A. Dorcnfeld. J. Morstein. R. Greenberc. S. Landsman, A. Coven, R. Finklcstein, S. Levin, M. Sigler, R. Kress. A. Goldberg. S. Levin. S. Becker. H. Lipsitz. N. Mclnick. M. Schenkcr. Row 2: S. Salzman. R. Keck. C. Fine- blum, H. Shapiro. C. Gross. G. Sweren, M. Tabackman. L. Levy. W. Gann. M. Weinberg. A. Blum, M. Feldman, J. Berenholz. M. Sindler, D. Ehrehpreis, L Weiner. Row .?.■ D. Schneeweis, M. Levin. S. Bernstein, 1. Click, R. Miller, Y. Feldman, H. Kirk, excheq., D. Himelfarb, pres., R. Fine. v. pres., I. Zimerman, sec, L. Scherr, J. Tand, L. Klein, M. Sommerficld. R. Aldrich, B. .Asch. Row 4: J. Winer. H. Left. J. Greenberg. J. Hoders, R. Merembloom. R. Katz. E. Solomon. L. Allen, hsmthh.. PRINCE. F. Bondroft, G. Tand. T. Winer, M. Rosenberg, B. Steinfelder, A. Pasarew, D. Wight. Row 5: A. Richman, B. Landes. L. Wolfe. B. Siegal. R. Ga- ronzik. M. Rosenker. M. Boyarskv. D. Kerbel. S. Hoffman. N. Friedman. Row 6: L. Needle. J. Wohl. D. Greenberg. W. Basen. M. Einstein. D. Mazer. P. Sindler. M. Weisfeld, J. Knable, M. Sugar. Row 7: J. Rosenberg. W. Ricklin, S. Katz, S. Mazer. B. Himel- farb. P. Selnick. J. Freed, F. Glick. 351 Emmm DlliiiJ SIGMA CHI— Ro f J: J. Firmin, B. White, R. Bryer, G. Kaminski, E. Heether, A. Panhans, J. Mininger, E. Gramm, W. Peters, W. Arnold, B. Barkley, R. Casazza, G. Walls, K. Fay, C. Boyer, W. Berry. Row 2: D. Schanberger, V. Spong, M. Roy, M. Ferrara, W. Randall, K. Harrineton, P. Constantinides, R. Sage, D. Dybowski, A. Randall, E. Griepenkerl, C. Koontz, M. Duques, R. Nicho- las, R. Beachley, D. Dubel. Row 3: M. Miller, S. Shewchuk, C. Pontlitz, G. Cressman. S. Hash, F. Waikart, H. Fleischer, mag., I. Schoolfield, Quaestor, R. Hubscher, consul, P. Buckley, pro. con., T. Ferry, annot., C. Brown, M. Allen, F. Witherspoon, W. lenkins, G. Boyd. Row 4: R. Flanagan, G. Tevis, N. Schafer, S. McGrath, J. Forsbacka, R. Bilbo, W. Gise, C. Marshall, hsemoth., Sig, J Allen, sweetheart, N. Stinchcomb, F. Peede, K. Caffrey, A. Trantas, J. Warfield, A. Flower. Row 5: P. Lavery, G. Avge, P. Novick, E. Sealover, A. S aunders, B. Stinton, R. Gardner, R. Keller, R. Nicholas, P. Bell, G. Coffman, R. Browning. Row 6: G. Courtois, F. Elliot, C. Ganley, J. Kelly. G. Douglas, J. Elm, I. Bean, T. Green, M. Fry, D. Piper, E. Laird. mm umm PHI DELTA THETA— ;?o v .■ R. Mayer, J. Richardson, HI, G. Bassford, J. Clark, L atka. P. Clemmitt, L. Powell. R. Mortimer, R. Harrington. R. Parker, J. Lears, R. Cole, T. Hare, J. Bowlin, P. Lissy, W. WoodsRi. Orthner.- fi?H=2.- J. Bickley, M. Davis, III, P. Cawley, J. Blomquist. I. Beebe, E. Lampe, house mgr., G. Mon_eypenny, treas., R. Campbell, pres., R. Scott, Jr., v. pres., J. Long, II, sec, A. Michaels, N. Schaus, J. Blanos, R. Watkins. T. Miller. Row 3: J. Stuart, S. Hilinski, L. Hughes, J. Bartkowiak, B. Finley, N. Sykes, B. Hooper, R. Baikauskas, S. Lightner, G. Mitchell, W. Harper. W. Davis. Row 4: T. Dudley, G. Kelley, T. Nichols, H. Vmyard, R. Tarrlngton, K. Zeren. M. Park, B. Thoroughgood, D. Dodge,) W. Betts, Jr.. G. Cosper. T. Stables, III, A. Wagener, G. Klaknng. Row 5: S. Halota, W. Vollmer, V. Ward, H. Bailey, J. Conner, R. O ' Brien, J. Ragland, M. Millikan, R. Miller, house- mother, M. Paris, D. Wilson, T. Pavlinic. W. Mitchell, H. Fridley. IV, R. Dudley. H. Harrison. G. Owens. Row 6: L. Ermer, S. Hil- bert J. McCluskey, B. Beacham, M. Lears, J , Harrington, W. Van Heusen, R. Hitchner, D. Henson, B. Covington, J. MacDonald, R. Goldschmidt, W. Mead, G. Swartz, J. Bickley. C. Burton, L. Barber. Row 7: J. Deckman, D. Gray, K. Tamblingson, S. Kehne, G. Dunsten, C. Zubritsky, T. Bavis, D. Reyaud, J. McAuley. R. Rowny. Row 8: J. Jordan, E. Hovland, C. Everhart, R. Moats, P. Wells, G. Holtje, T. Brannan. v- } Jk-JI - SICMA PHI FPSILON— Rrnr ; D. Dulterer, R. Wriuht, T. Lantz. T. Painter, J. Hutchinson. R. Williams. T. Casev. T. Williams. M. Williams. F. McCarthy. W. Prange, R. Butcher. J. Mansolillo, W. Boyd, P. Weber. P. Duley. «on 2: W. Hogan. J. Moore, L. Short, T. Everitt. O. James. F, Silvestro. M. Dutterer. sec. A. Zdobysz, treas., L. Manarin, pres., M. McMahan. v. pres., G. Book, rec, J. Manfreda, S. Thompson, W. Haley, T. Floresca, N. Procaccini. Row S: J. Jones. J, Irwin, T. Imphong, W. Hahn, D. Mint- zcr, W. Hahn. W, Snyder. E. Johnston, hsmthr., Barron. C. Johnson, P. Glasgow, R. Bell, G. Greenip. V. Ruehl, M. Kovach. D. Prater. Row 4: W. Long, B. Dodd, R. Boyce, H. Belcher, H. Book. V. Bauer. Row 5: L. Burton. R. Cannone. S. Fryling, M. Scibi- nico, R. Hudgins. J. Webster. Row 6: R. O ' Bryan, K. Gilbert, J. Burke, T. McConnaughey, L. Barnes, S. Longley. W ! wm SIGMA PI — Row I: B. Ainsworth. D. Benson. D. Wendel. N. Massey. J. Grier, D. Watson, sgt.-at-arms. B. Booberg. treas., M. Klosek. pres., T. Wilson, v. pres.. C. Polinger. sec. D. Denham, hrld., D. Watson. D. Powers. R. Holler, W. McCoy, R. Worral. Row 2: R. Smith, E. Strasser, A. Korzun, sr Cieplak. H. Bates. P. Vale. Row 3: B. Simmons, B. Sledz, I. Moore. E. Verschueren, R. Barr, S. Gordon. Row 4: R. Pacelli. T. Lesniewski, J. Williams, fac. res., J. Mockabee, sweetheart, R. Pechulis, J. Meara. B3H EBI Smii BI B H Hi 91 HESH TAU EPSILON PHI— Row 1: R. Levy, S. Pokotiiow, W. Cole, J. Morgenthau. M. Heneson, S. Freedman, N. Perman, D. Simo ns, E. Cohn, J. Sommer, D. Mitnick, R. Mensh, R. Rubin, B. Taff, R. Julius, R. Epstein. Row 2: J. Sherman, L. Specter, J. Rosen, M. Konack, M. Barth, R. Isaacson, R. Pencus, out of house brd. of gov ' t., B. Jeweler, scribe, H. Goldman, bursar, M. Farbman, chan- cellor, H. Metro, vice chancellor, S. Sagman, in house brd of gov ' t., S. Milner, pledge master, E. Boyer, M. Hutt, A. Brucker. Row 3: D. Keller. A. Hettleman. A. Weyman, M. Ross, P. Kanter, S. Kraiier, N. Rosenthal, J. Robbins, H. Dubin, S. Biars, H. Leibowitz, S. Gendason, J. Oppenheimer, R. Layton, B. Feldman, M. Fredrichs. Row 4: A. Bennett, P. Bodner. I. Blumenthal, J. Siskind, R. Bossin, A. Scheffer, J. Synder, A. Levy, B. Shufeld, R. Waldman, R. Brodsky, A. Korb, B. Laderberg, F. Liss, R. Levine, L. David. Row 5: R. Greene, M. Levin, L. Singer, R. Isen, R. Shapiro, A. Pollin, R. Lager, C. Bricken, F. Gordon, J. Fleischer, D. Kahn, R. Miller, J. Kessler, A. Porter, S. Kamins. Row 6: B. Cook, P. Rubin, J. Cohen. G. Cooper, P. Levin, I. Marxowitz, G. Katz, J. Isner, A. Schoen, K. Kravitz, R. Collier, S. Klein, L. Brown, B. Novick, S. Rollins, E. Decter. Row 7- C. Scher, S. Sloane, T. Isaa- coff, L. Rosenthal, S. Schwarz, R. Footer, G. Kaufman, B. Shulman, S. Sabloff, M. Herson. Row 8: S. Van Grack, K. Magidson, J. Lilien, R. Abel, B. Kirson, A. Munaker, P. Sandler, J. Silver. f . ; JlM ' t t TAU KAPPA EPSILON— «oM ' I: L. Russomanno, T. Catalano, S. Yablonski, J. Poffel, V. Minich, F. Contino, R. Berry, W. Oxen- ham, D. Kupchyk, R. Smith, T. Rich, J. Cassizzi, J. Arnoult, R. Michael, C. Winerey, G. Capone. Row 2: L. Mariany, C. Tuerk, L. Meomartino, R. Baker, L. Yocum, J. McCormick, F. Hunsicker, pledge trn., J. Boehl, treas., J. Riley, pres., R. Spinella, v. pres., D. Fanst, sec, J. Topfer, G. Knauer, L. Coster, J. Stallard, W. Nahm. Row i: L. Rixham, K. Ford, J. Bowen, J. Bowen, F. Maskol, W. Masterson, J. Connor, M. Pavlos, G. Davis, E. Cury, T. Strum. W. Strum. Row 4: J. Connolly, M. Schwartz, J. Smith, F. Wa- suta, K. Gilead, P. Remington, H. Owen, G. Malloy, M. Radebaugh, J. Paxton, J. Aumiller, T. Greenawalt, T. Smith, J. Patinella, J. McGowan, S. Maltese. Sif |] S il i]|] S THETA CHI— ?oir ; R. Merrill, D. Loss, V. Lomacky. D. Chaflfon, A. Holten, S. Mann, G. Florence, K. Catterton, W. Reed, P. Zubritsky, W. Brodinski, P. Kittas, A. Day, H. Romberg, P. Tansey, J. Puglisi. Row 2: P. Quimby, A. Cross, S. Craigen, J. Ad- dabbo, G. Thompson, C. Greene. J. Griber, sec. C. Morton, v. pres., S. Smith, pres.. C. Kuhne. treas., L. McClary, S. Dowling, J. Hodges, R. Wald, J. Watson, D. Maryott. Row J H. Harner, W. Oleksinsk, B. Westerfield, G. Lewis, W. Donaldson, A. Turowski. ZBT— Row .• L. Bergerson. J. Taylor. P. Gerber. R. Mason, M. Miller. R. Neborsky, J. Nason. M. Epstein. R. Jolson. H. Baker, R. Brenner. I.. Rosenberg. M. Bass. D. Lambert, R. Caplan. R. Gardner. Row 2: S. Ginsberg. A. Kramer. M. Cohen. R. Shapero, G. Samet. R. Lamb. M. Goodman, hist.: A. Mann, treas.: M. Mason, pres.: J. Schinitzer. v. pres.: S. Koenigsherg. sec: R. Wolf. S. Benjamin. D. Kurvk, K. Schulkin. K. Himmelstcin. Row . : D. Dubansky. A. Rottm:m. L. Shapiro, S. PoIakofT. J. Gitomcr. M. Fox, M. Janofsky. J. Gordon. M. Huddleston, hs. mothr.; S. Gilman. M. Himelfarb. J. Crystal. L. Taubman, A. Friedland, F. Setren. L. Baris. Row 4: L. Silber, R. Rotner. M. Rabineau, S. Levine. M. Kallins. H. Berman. M. Appeal. Row 5: H. Sny- der. P. Levene. R. Berger, S. Legum, J. Axel, D. Sykes. Row 6: W. Berger, D. Rosenberg. M. Sitnick, D. Carton, N. Rothstein, L. Simonson. PANHELLENIC COUNCIL— Fra ! Row: S. Pollara, M. Litwin, H. Settler, B. St. Clair, treas., J. Messer, v.pres., K. Cooney, pres., L. Van Grack, rush chrm., A. Cable, V.pres., M. Manser, sec. Second Row: L. Oursler, N. Knauff, C. Argyropaulos, ' D. Langeler, N. Stein, Rush pub. chrm., J. Kratz, L. Foer, head rush couns,, N. McDowell, T. Cunningham, soc. chrm. Back Row: G. Cooper, S. Doak, J. Pelecanos, J. Rothchild, L. Brown, M. Cockey, C. Sterling, J. Lev, S. Martin. Panhellenic Council DIAMOND— E. Barney, S. Walker, S. Pollara, S. Dcitz, v. pres.; D. Skirven, pres.; K. Hober, sec; C. Fink, P. Beldock. Second Row: B. Evans, N. Monitor, M. Manser, G. Holland, D. Crawford, J. Epstein, S. Rappoport, K. Murphy, J. Reeves, D. Rice. Tliird Row: i. Siegrast, M. Scherr, C. Lawson, N. Hooker, C. Coburn, B. Graham, E. Tollefson, C. Ferguson, L. VanGrack. Back Row: M. Goley, G. Cooper, K. Kowal, M. Quinn, S. Landrieu, S. Foster, M. Kernan, A. Ulman. Diamond k s V •.- - IFC — Front Row: V. Bauer, L. Manarin, R. Scott, v. pres., T. Marshall, pres., B. Barklcy, sec, R. Haynes, treas., J. Harris. Second Row: M. Chaiken, S. Christiansen, M. McElroy, B. Cook, R. Field, M. Farbman, R. Pincus, A. Mun- aker, D. Dutterer. Third Row: J. Fine, J. Niemeyer, A. Keller, T. Winer, D. Himelfarb, W. DeHoust, C. Moran, J. Rip- ken, J. DiBenedetto, R. Royce. Hack Row: A. Hongell, K. Stiles, L. Pue, T. Clarke, D. Dunn. R. Simpson, R. McCann, L. Jones, K. Harding. IFC IPC COURT— Fro 1 row 1-r: R. White, L. Powell, Chief Justice. Second row l-r: W. De- Houst, R. Find, M. Farbman. IFC Court 357 open house happiness is getting the bid you want skit night, a popular show each fall Greek Activities sorority Olympics — part of Spring Greek Week Honoraries ALPHA CHI SIGMA— Chemistry Hon.— Fran Row: D. Flanagan, pres. Second Row: C. Fleck, L. March. Third Row: W. Bixby, sec; D. Gonci. Fourth Row: E. Coale, H. Dobres, R. Spellman, v. pres. Alpha Chi Sigma ALPHA KAPPA DELTA— Sociology Hon.— Fra«? Row: D. Monds, Treas.; G. Sedlack, Pres.; E. Gordon. Second Row: Dr. Janes, Advisor; D. Corrigan, R. Mathers. Back Row: S. Spitzer, J. Stanley, V. Pres.; N. Tavani. Alpha Kappa Delta Alpha Delta Sigma ALPHA DELTA SIGMA — Advertising Hon. — Front Row: V. Ash, D. Zimmerman, v. pres.; G. Hardwich, pres.; W. Lauth, sec; T. Hieber, sec; J. Pisani, F.A. Second Row: N. Burns, D. Appier, R. Steffensen, R. Seifert, R. Neyman. Back Row: K. Laird, S. Dowdy, R. Suit, R. Wood, M. Sherr. 362 « U 3 3 I ALPHA PHI OMEGA — National Service riaternity — From Row: S. Klein, Sgt. at Arms; C. Hedstrom. Corr. Sec; S. Harri-;, Alumni Sec: D. Gurts. Treas.; D. Durrett, V. Pres.; D. Hayes, Pres.; G. Harrell, V. Prcs.; J. Horstkamp, Rec. Sec; T. Keener, Hist.; Major J. Harrington, Adv. Second Row: R. Melintz, W. Busse, I. Lerner, J. Ditzpatrick, T. Simmons, J. Murray, (Sweetheart), R. Strand, M. Tull, D. Cook, R. Wolfman. Third Row: R. Rosenberg, J. Daugherty, M. Pearlman, T. Hall, R. Helstowski, J. Rosenbloom, T. Gundersen, D. Murray (Pledge Sweetheart). Back Row: C. Lawson, R. Waldrom, P. Clemens, G. Rampacek, R. Eligin, R. Pollock (Sweetheart), H. Wolpert, E. Winston, J. Houser. Alpha Phi Omega ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA— Freshman Women Hon.— Front Row: L. Liang, D. Faxon, Treas., B. Baba, V.P., R. Gordon. Pres., R. Miller, Sec; L. Bladen, Hist.; V. Maiorana. Second Row: M. Litwin, T. Pierce, R. Zwerling., S. Grigg, A. Wilkins, M. Sternberg, J. Naylor, M. Shayne. Back Row: E. Mager, A. Henderson, D. Snoops, C. Blanar, B. Thorne, C. Hughes. Alpha Lambda Delta Beta Alpha Psi BETA ALPHA PSI— Accounting Hon.— Front Row: R. Olson, Faculty V. Pres.; J. Shelton, R. Shack, Sec; D. Kaufman, Pres.; F. Dalton, V. Pres.; G. Bulmash. Second Rom-: D. Gurtz, S. Goldberg, M. Miller, L. Schneider, K. Niefeld. Back Row: T. Rowley, R. KoehJer, C. Swears. Chi Epsilon CHI EPISLON — Civ. Eng. Hon.—Front Row: J. Siminou, B. Smith, Hist.; S. Bennett, Sec; M. Steer, Pres.; A. Urbas, V. Pres.; R. Trachtenberg, Treas.; G. Collison. Second Row: J. Cun- ningham, R. Harrill, L. Paulick, G. Mehlbaum, L. Lantz, R. May, R. Lamb. Back Row: A. Dorenfeld, C. Collison, F. Springer, R. Taylor. COUNCIL OF PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS— Fro ir Row: W. Lauth, K. Scott, R. Sec; M. Stein, Pres.; J. Monaco, V. Pres.; P. Burney, C. Sec; D. Snoops. Second Row: E. Pheterson, R. Pisciotta, D. Hopkins, P. Berney, L. Bocinec Back Row: R. Smith, G. Tarutis, A. Terl, L. Merling. Council of Professional Organizations r Delta Nu Alpha DELTA NU ALPHA — Transportation Hon. — Front Row: J. Howes, R. Price, Sec, G. Conncly, Trcas., B. Johnson, 2nd V.P., T. Hopp. 1st V.P,, A. Romersa, Pres., P. Pantazes. D. Cregger, N. Moore, D. Mathews. Second Row: R. Spencer. R. Elgin, E. Winston. R. Klaswick, R. Dav. S. Mastbrook, R. Nelson, Dr. J. Suelflow. Back Row: R. Putnam, L. Felter, J. Granibo, D. Burncttc, A. DePaul, P. Phelps, P. Stanley, P. Hoey, Dr. S. Hillc. Delta Sigma Pi DELTA SIGMA PI— Business — From Row: C. Best, Hist.; D. Mann, Rec. Sec; D. Van Asdlen, Jr. V. Pres.; D. Fuller. Pres.; S. Kaufman, Sr. V. Pros.; R. Felter, Corr. Sec; S. Blum, R. Eibel. Second Row: R. Hentz, J. Shujman, D. Alien, G. Voglino, G. Altmeyer, M. Stein, N. Foster, R. Christopher. Back Row: J. Lucas, P. Sutton, B. Grundy, M. Steinberg, R. Posner, P. Mullan, A. Flax, E. Pheterson. S. Book, L. Bocinec. Diadem DIADEM — Jr. Womens Honorary — Front Row: Messer. P. Beldock. V. Pres., T. Deming, Pres., S. Armstrong, Treas., S. Cromer, Sec. Second Row: I. Hackerman, B. St. Clair, L. Van Grack. S. Glackin. H. Goldberg. Back Row: S. Chu. S. Rubin. K. Cooney, B. Grim, S. Band, T. Cunningham. KAPPA ALPHA MU — Photojournalism — Front Row: M. Rossoff, v. p.; K. Firestone, pres.; H. Christoph. Back Row: P. Lamp; S. Thompson; J. Purnell; W. Kessler; L. Walsh. Kappa Alpha Mu ETA KAPPA J— Front Row: N. Bluzer, L. Paul, J. Rumbaugh, Fac. Adv., S. L. Pendergast, Sec, J. Frew, M. Minnich, Pres., H. Solomon, R. Rosenblum, M. Phillips, R. Bell, A. Ewing, Treas., W. Hamer. Second Row: J. Patrick, F. Connor, J. Bodycomb, V.P., J. Lee, J. Lawrence, W. Formwalt, J. Lehmann, C. Eisenberg, W. Hermach, R. Epstein. littck Row: W. Bottoms, T. Finnegan, R. Stanton, F. Durilla, L. Markle, J. Moorcones, W. Taylor, A. Judy, E. Greville, S. Ponczak, F. Lebert. Eta Kappa Nu 366 rAp GAMMA SIGMA SIGMA — Women ' s Service Sorority — From Row: S. Harans. S. Brill, P. Lowen .lein, Treas., B. Blonder, Rec. Sec, P. Wheeler, Assistant 2nd V. Pres., J. Sessoms, Assistant 1st V. Pres., S. Phillips, Pres., B. Hull, 1st V. Pr ' cs., S. Kelly. 2nd V. Pres., B. Ronald. Corr. Sec. K. Laziir, Soc. Chmn.. L. Choin. Hist. Seroml Ron: J. Murray, D. St::ub. M. Klein, S. Cawley. D. Gordon. J. Garmey, S. Smith. J. Maclean, J. Thompson, C. Loveless, B. Crampton, S. Christopher. Third Row: M. Lowney. N. Roscnfelder, D. Jones, L. Myers, C. Mancusi. T. Katz. G. Springer. L. Cheslosky. P. Foringer, M. Shayne. S. Munday. B. Nulk. Fourth Row: J. Marsh, L . Holstrom, E. Carrellitti. J. Martin. E. Reaud, M. Klugcr. R. Kopit, C. Medciros, H. Ordway, C. Estes, M. Robinson. E. Piercy, C. Erase, A. .Selby. Back Row: L. Haynes, J. Pynn, E. Cohen, J. Guars, J. Dalgewicz, D. Gruel S. Pinkos G. D ' Onofrio, M. Pinkos, M. Gill. S. Hill, E. Shook, J. Kaplan, L. Silvester. L. Perdue. Gamma Sigma Sigma Kappa Delta Pi GAMMA THETA UPSILON— Geog.— Fronf Row: R. Massie, V.P., E. Kane, Sec, D. Rever, Pres., J. Lee. Treas. Second Row: H. Romberg Jr.. H. Lins. B. Rabenhorst, K. Paduda, T. Rabenhorst, P. Jachowski. Back Row: D. Mackenzie, A. Ward, D. Bonenberger. T. Blakeney, D. Robinson. KAPPA DELTA PI— Educ— Fronr Row: B. Katz, M. Quinn, M. Kernan. Second Row: R. Katz, R. Kaplan, T. Hexstone. Back Row: S. Stine, L. Beveridgc. Gamma Theta Epsilon 367 KAPPA KAPPA PSl— Front Row: C. Radcliff, J. Turner, K. Waibel, V. Pres.; R. Shafer, Pres.; J. Sisson, Sec; L. Jacoby, S. Robin- son. Back Row: D. Goss, A. Witkin, W. McCulIen, R. Smith, J. Solie, G. Sears, L. Paul. Kappa Kappa Psi NATIONAL COLLEGIATE PLAYERS— Fro i Row: A. Rafel, V. Pres.; S. Hoffman, Pres.; J. Gaudio, Sec. Back Row: B. Nomis. S. DeCoste, J. Shea, D. Klevan. National Collegiate Players OMICRON NU— Home Fc. Hon— Front Row: J. Bladen, V. Pres,; D. Lillc . I ' rcs.; C. I lam. Sec. Back Row: D. Grove, M. Thompson. M. Walter, M. Kemp. Omicron Nu PHI ALPHA EPSILON— Fron Row: J. Depp, V. Pre.s.; P. Griffin, Pres.; C. Gibson. Back Row: J. Blana, J. Henn, S. Stargel. Phi Alpha Epsilon Phi Chi Theta PHI CHI THFTA — Women ' s Business Hono rary — First Row: M. Miller, Pres.; M. Parsons. V. Pres. Second Row: M. A. Rogers. Sec; R. Frazzano. Treas.; N. Carreira. Back Row: L. Zollo, J. Davis. M. OConnell. Pi Delta Epsilon PI DELTA EPSILON — Communications Honorary- — Front Row: A. Greer, Sec; J. Hendrickson, Pres.; L. Lougee, V. Pres. Back Row: M. Scherr, B. Graham, S. Kehoe, S. Valentina, M. Kuhn. Phi Mu Alpha PHI MU ALPHA— Music— Fro«r Row: O. Olson, Adv.; C. Moore, Pres.; C. Shmitt, V. Pres.; R. Berlin, Sec. Second Row: N. Sullivan, B. Rigler, J. Hatkin, R. Danner, J. Fulcher. Third Row: K. Miles, Treas.; R. Bergman, J. Car- son, D. Hackett. Back Row: T. Jackson, S. Murray, J. Worsley, C. Barker. I ' ll ■f: f r f ♦1 f t kllLd H R w w n rww PI SIGMA ALPHA — Political Science— Frofi Row: R. Weissman, Sec; J. Stevens, Pres.; A. Terl, V. Pres. Back Row: D. Piper, Fac. Adv.; R. May, J. Strouse. Pi Sigma Alpha Pi Tau Sigma PI TAU SIGMA— Mechanical I nyiruci my-- .. i A " ,.i,, W . Sell, Jr.. C . Ha leck. .AeK.; J. Dcvereaux, Treas.; C. Cooper. Cor. Sec; R. Jenson, Pres.; R. Smith, V. I ' res,; K. I upper, J. Somerville. Second Ron.- W. Belts, D. Drackley, S. Markle. D. Stokes, W. Bohli. B. Hassett. J. Hemingway, F. Hall, J. Beard. Back Row: D. Stacy, K. Szeliga, L. Burchett, R. Milstead J Nelka L Mel- hart, F. Wilkins, J. Bethke, J. Deoms. Sigma Alpha Iota SIGMA ALPHA IOTA— Music— Fronr Row: C. Wright, Pres.; R. Searles, Rec. Sec. Second Row: R. Capet, C. Cal- lahan, V. Pres.; J. Davis. Back Row: M. Jones, Treas.; P. Ritt, M. Korth, C. Estes, Cor. Sec. SIGMA ALPHA ETA— Speech Therepy Honorary— Fro i Row: C. Turner, Cor. Sec; G. Abrahams, Rec. Sec; K. Scott, Pres.; L. Lougee, V. Pres. Second Row: M. Fuzo, L. Williams. L. Weiss. Back Row: L. Dodds, S. Brickman. C. DesRoches, M Scherr. Sigma Alpha Eta 371 Sigma Alpha Omicron SIGMA ALPHA OMICRON— Microbiology— Fro ir Ron-: S. Rochkind, Treas.; E. Steel, Pres.; K. Lemon, Sec; K. Noon. Back Row: L. Jori, G. Loew, N. Knight, G. Ferrari, S. Kehoe. Im 1, If v . SIGMA DELTA CHI— Journalism Honorary — Front Row: H. Christoph, Sec; L. Walsh, Pres.; R. Helfrich, V. Pres. Second Row: J. Hendrickson, S. Kehoe, A. Groer, S. Tash. Third Row: D. Steil, S. Haley, J. Fellows. Back Row: }. Heim, S. Thompson, J. M. Purnell, J. Ceppos. Sigma Delta Chi Sigma Gamma Tau SIGMA GAMMA TAV— Front Row: D. Hall, V. Pres.; P. Waltrup, Pres.; E. Parson, Treas.; D. DeMaio, Sec Second Row: C. Marriott, J. Oliff, R. Weinraub, S. Norton. Back Row: N. Clerman, R. Mahaffey, B. Brownstein. Sigma Tau Epsilon SIGMA TAU EPSILON— WR.A.—FTOn Row: P. Griffin, L. Kassalow, Pres.; C. Salzman. Back Row: A. Ulman, E. Kesler, Adv. Tau Beta Pi J » ' ' » K f f t If ? f ' t-l w V S X TAU BETA PI — Engin.— Fronr Row: C. Trachtenberg. E. Steer. J. Rumbaugh. F. A.: S. Penoercast. J. Frew, Treas.; D. Hall. C. Cooper, Sec; J. Beard, Pres.; J. Somerville, V. Pres.; R. Bell. Sec; H. Solomon, R. Rosenblum. M. Phillips, A. Weing. W. Hamer. Second Row: F. Springer, L. Paul. W. Boyce. J. Patrick, F. Connor. J. Bodycomb, J. Lee. J. Lawrence. W. Formwalt, J. Lehmann. C. Eisberg. W. Hermach. C. Kaueman, F. Wilkins, B. Springer. Third Row: N. Bluzer, H. Seirafi, H. Gersch, R. Stanton, F. Durilla, L. Markle. J. Meefcones. W. Taylor. A. Judy. E. Greville. S. Ponszak. F. Lebert. D. DeMaio. Back Row: G. Collison. R. Harrill, M. Minnich, W. Betts, A. Urbas, W. Sell, Jr., R. MahafFey. P. Waltrup. R. Weinraub, R. Mustead, C. Wobbekins, B. Hassett. J. Oliff. Tau Beta Sigma TAU BETA SIGMA— Band— Fronr Row: Mrs. Wakefield. Advisor; L. Davis. Pres.; Mrs. Thorn, Advisor. Second Row: B. Hawkins. Treas.; N. John- son, Sec; Y. Counts, V. Pres.; L. Williams. Third Row: J. Nichols. C. Carmack. D. Johnson. J. Light. Back Row: R. Miller, M. Trofast, B. Robinson. Phi Beta Kappa X o be eligible for consideration by Phi Beta Kappa, a student must be a junior or a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences. A junior must have achieved at least a 3.75 cumulative average; a 3.5 overall is required for a senior. Last year, Gamma chapter at the University of Maryland initiated 53 members. Dr. Dudley Dillard, economics professor, is president of the University ' s chap- ter which was chartered in 1964. 1966 INITIATES Christine Abrams Saul Adelman Betty Ammerman David Armstrong Carla Bouker Nadine Bricker Olivia Brickey Frances Burke Barry Bye Francis Cecil Jenny Gable Clagett Phyllis Cook Jerald Davitz Donald Dunphy Michael Deutschman Charles Fefferman Kenneth Folstein Robert Eldridge Joyce Gordon Carl Greifzu James Godfrey Caren Harnest Christopher Herron Donald Hordes Sheila Hunt James Johnston Bonnie Kirby Marjorie Larson Carole Lillienfield James Loftus John Loth David Miller Loftin Montgomery Stephen Mudrick Maria de L Negron Jeanne Nicholson Lawrence Powell Neal Quarles Jeanne Quinlan Barbara Rochow Barbara Scott John Slocomb Suzanne Spence Robert Stevens Larry Strausbaugh Robert Stonebraker Mary Tabor David Tapper Lillian Veal John Walsh Alice Zupan Phi Kappa Phi D. ' cdicatcd to the Unity and Democracy of Education, Phi Kappa Phi selects its memberships from all lields of University study with recognition and encouragement of superior scholarship as its pur- pose, the society strives to fulfill its motto: " The love of learning njles the world. " New members are elected from all schools of their respective universities and arc chosen from the upper ten percent of the graduating class. This year the University of Mary- land Chapter honored approximately 150 seniors for their aca- demic achievement. OFFICERS Willard Green, President Ralph Klein, Vice President Clodus Smith, Secretary James Morgan, Treasurer John Thomas Allen Lee Sterling Allpeter F.dward Leslie Ansel Pinar Arcan Martin Robert Babst Neson Lee Bain H. Randall Bell Leslie Adrienne Berkow Cheryl Ann Beveridge Lynn Ann Beveridge Leah Pearl Bimblich Jeanne Louise Bladen James V. Bodycomb Robert Michael Bosnia Barbara M. Bourgeois Joseph H. Bredenkamp Richard Thomas Brown, III Barbara Ann Bruns Margaret Burr Buckler Eugene Arthur Carver Cary Montgomery Cooper Susan Estelle Coppage Eileen F. Cox Francis Edmond Dalton Alan Edward D ' Appolito David John Daniel Ursula I. Davis Robert Kelly Dean, Jr. Beth Marie Decker Andre Derzavis Pamela Jean Drinane Edward Patrick Duggan Shirley Dunton Irma Hope Eastland Cheryl Faye Eberlin Carol Marie Elam Thomas Donaldson Elgen Robert Thomas Elsberry Eileen T. Faatz Michel Neil Favin Ruth Mary Ferguson Lawrence A. Fleming Frank Foust Michel Susan Foster Maury Lee Fradkin Heather Nash Frankle Kent Stafford Frazier Paul John Ghelev Ellen Janet Glass Stephen Gordon Glazer Gary Daniel Godshalk Judith Norma Gold Paul Eugene Goldhagen Stanley Harris Goldstein Genevieve M. Hagan Douglas Galloway Hall William C. Hamer Diane Pearce Hardwich Mary Elizabeth Hassman Wayne Lee Heckrotte Nancy E. Horwitz Peter Daniel Hruschka Lorraine Johnson Hutchison Joyce T. James Robert Couper Jer ;en M. Gwenyth Jones Heidi L. Joos Ethel F. Karp Adil Jubran Kanaan Ruth Alice Keeling Shawn Elizabeth Kehoe Morton Alan Kesler Carol Ruth Kestler Susan Rita Kinsey Norma J. Kirwan Harold George Klemcke Nancy L. Knight Eliabeth Clay Kocher Mirijana Kocho George E. Lauterbach. Jr. Victor Richard Lebedoff Joseph Leo, Jr. Barbara Sue Levine Doris Mai Lilley Dennis McConnell Joan Adele Lipsitz Janette Lysher McGaughy Donald Joseph McGraw Eleanor McKay Florence Madsen Marilyn Elizabeth Manser Ronald W. Massie Edward Carmine Mattie Wolfgang Paul Menzel George Malcolm Merriman, Jr. Alan Lester Meyrowitz Michael Edgar Minnich Lynne Mondell Joel Lee Morgenthau Oneida Carol Morningstar Carol Ann Neuman Lawrence Marc Paul Pamela N, Payne Lawrence Ward Pearson Stephen L. Pendergast Ivan James Phillips Michael Allen Phillips Linda Margaret Poole Kenneth Davis Powell Thomas John Pozzuoli John Fortney Purinton David Earl Raley Howard G. Rode, Jr. Marilyn Lee Roman Helen Maxine Ryan Hallman Wayne Schindler Leslie Jay Schneider Lois Sandra Schwartz Charles Manin Shub Margaret Deal Smith Harvey Edward Solomon Anne Elizabeth Soria Penny L. Smith James Andrew Somerville, Jr. William Floyd Stagg Christian William Stauffer Willa Sydney Stern Sandra Jeannine Stine Dorothy Jaync Stirn Robert J. Stonebraker Larry James Strausbaugh Allen Lee Stockett James Ichard Tammany Susan Tavela William F.dward Taylor Helen Ann Tegnell John Joseph Testa Russell Gardner Thomas, Jr. Margaret Jean Thompson Claire Turner Mary L. Walton Frank Anthony Warner Faye Fuller Weedman Robert Allen Weinraub Mark .Alexander Weiss Richard Davis Whitney Miriam Leah Wilkenfeld Bernadette Mary Williams Charles Adolph Wobbeking, Jr. Margaret Faith Wolfe Richard Everett Wood Omicron Delta Kappa NOT PICTURED John Amoss John Barron William Belts James Bodycomb Bernard Bramson Carry Cooper Steve Glaber Joe Harrington Dr. Charles Haylock, Ad. John Hendrickson Mr. William Hoflf. Ad. Francis Hoffman Robert Jensen Dr. Norman C. Laffer, Ad. Dr. Peter Lejins, Ad. Tom Marshall Dick May Dennis McConne ' l Jay McMillen Wolfgang Menzel Howard Metro Mike Mimmich Pat Morgan Dick Mortimer Thomas Painter Wayne Pawlowsley Lawrence Pearson Steve Pendergast Alan Rafel Ken Rinlzer Robert Rothbard Gary Smith Barry Springer Larry Strasbaugh Kenneth Stiles Milt Thomas Larry Walsh John Warfield Terry Baxter James Beard David Couchman Miller Hudson David Klevan Lawrence Powell Neal Quarles Steven Rosen John Slade James Somerville Robert Stonbraker Mortar Board Lynn Beveridge Gail Blackmore Josephine Burke Sheila Deilz . Laurie Emil Ilene Herstone Betty Jiles Rose Katz Drena Kaufman Elizabeth McPhee Terry O ' Neill Marilyn Quinn Margaret Smith Marjorie Solomon Anne Ulnian 377 Richard J. Bartnick Who ' s Who NOT PICTURED William Becker Sheila Dietz Timothy Geiger Barbara Hamilton Richard May Theresa O ' Nell Lawrence Pearson Robert Rothbard Robert Smith Robert Stumpff Susan Waters Reesa Woolf James Lawrence Beard Nancy Benjes Lynn Beveridge Sharon Brooks Nancy Chotiner Patrick Clancy David Couchman June Gaudio Miller Hudson 378 David Klevan Mary Lefans Barbara Loveless Janet Milliken Lawrence Powell Steve Rosen R. William Seiders R. Sisler J. Slade Martin Stein Robert Stonebraker Lawrence Walsh 379 Organizations 380 W A JC )0 vJ( PYj!fel k V V Y Agronomy Club ACCOUNTING CLUB— Fron Row: R. Willen, Pres.; B. Parkin, N. Morgenstein, V. Pres.; J. Shelton. Back Row: D. Miller, Sec; T. Rowley, T. King, R. Wood. Accounting Club ml i AGRONOMY CLUB— Fron Row: S. Gillen, Sec; H. JeflFries, Treas.; J. Doran, Pres.; W. Ray, V. Pres. Second Row: G. Nzewl, D. Fan- ning, Advisor; S. Walker, J. Knepley, Jr. Third Row: J. Hannawald, G. Brown, E. Hevner. Back Row: Dr. E. Deal, R. Cominsky, P. Ensor. A.I.A.A. 1 f B 1 m I ' v x9n ho kyl ' ■ I W sM ml wMf. 1 J II n Amateur Radio Club AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ASTRONAUTICS AND AERONAU- TICS — Front Row: D. Hall, C. Marriott, Treas.; P. Waltrup, V. Pres.; R. Mahaffey, Pres.; R. Weinraub, H. Dorney. Second Row: J. Moore, R. Bryer, J. Oliff, E. Parsons, S. Norton. Third Row: C. Miller, R. Wachtter, P. Perry, R. Kedzierski, J. Petrakis. Back Row: J. McManus, K. Maillar, N. Leatherman, D. DeMaio. AMATEUR RADIO CLUB— Fronr Row: F. J. Dexter, D. Schnei- der, Treas.; G. Powell, V. Pres.; R. Piepoli, Pres.; J. Fellows, Sec; R. Schlerf, P. Pyne. Back Row: G. Baltz, J. Silva, J. Nelsen, A. Hoffmaster, S. Affens, F. Saul, M. McAmis. 382 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING— Fro« Row: E. Coale, r. sec; J. Hastings, R. Johnson, c. sec: R. Fcldwick, treas.; J. Levin, pres.; M. Maaghoul, H. Epstein, B. Paul. Second Row: D. Merchant, D. Taylor, H. Seirafi, B. Sorace, S. Rome. W. Foun- tain, V. Mendes. Third Row: W. Bixby, H. Gersch, M. Potter, R. Bennet, M. Bermejo, P. Urian. Back Row: R. Rhinehart, P. Hartlove, E. Forsht, D. Harrah, D. Rosser. American Institute of Chemical Engineering American Society Of Civil Engineers AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS— Frwir Row: C. CoUison, III, J. Siminou, F. Jones, H. Wcllens, Treas.; T. Shepard, Sec; L. Lantz. Pres.; F. Carpenter, R. Neyman, R. Lamb, Pari.; J. Monar. Second Row: M. Steer, J. Bickley, S. Hagis. D. Hayes, J. Mahan, D. Wiles. V. Clark, J. Cunningham, G. Mehlbaum. Hack Row: J. Bembe, J. Wessel. G. Collison, M. Carter, K. O ' Day, V. Pres.; C. Harris, G. Bennett, R. Trachtenberg, L. Paulick, P. Van Der Goes, R. Speight, J. Looney. % 1 1 f I t r ■A ' f f f f American Society of Mechanical Engineers AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS— Fron Row: G. Vella. K. Knight. F. H.ill. C. Polinger, D. Stokes. R. Tupper, v. pres.; P. Fleck, sec; L. Davis, pres.; M. Kuklewicz. treas.; W. Sell, L. Melka, R. Gipe, R. Muns- terteiger, R. Smith. Second Row: D. Drackley. D. Kluckhulm. D. Peugh, C. Maple, J. Carey. A. Lostaimau. F. Kuehl, J. Morris, M. Plumb, W. Boehm, R. Given, C. Cooper. J. Sommervile. K. Szeliga. Buck Row: J. Devereauz, J. Anton, D. Biehl, N. Noulas, B. Hassett, S. Merchant, W. Bohli. S. Markle, W. Miller, H. Hemmingway, D. LaMarr, M. Edwards. C. Young, L. Burchett. t ttM f I M. fit: " f AMERICAN SOCIETY OF TOOL AND MANUFACTURING ENGINEERS — Front Row: G. Merrill, advisor; B. Mills, 2nd chrm.; R. Sarlin, 1st chrm.; C. Hartley, chrm.; K. Rodda, sec; R. Loy, treas.; D. Ruokone n, C. Reese, J. Garman. Second Row: O. Craig, A. Comproni L. Zindel, G. Buckingham, F. McNerney, R. Culp, R. Kaminski, S. Klein. Third Row: J. Harrison, B. Dishman, S. Schwartz, B. Dempsey, B. Gray, T. Peters, J. Glick. Back Row: M. Williams, C. Pacione, J. Oliver, O. Gruel, C. DeVore. American Society of Tool and Manufacturing Engineers Angel Flight V 9- ANGEL FLIGHT — Front Row: S. Bond, C. Mann, P. Harrison, J. Royce, Comptroller; M. Hermann, Exec. Officer; C. Faulkner, CM.; J. Bentz, Administrative Officer; C. Crocker, A. Kennelly, K. Henry, S. Vernay. Second Row: P. Klinges, K. Nissley, G. Miyasaki, M. Paglio, S. Mossburg, G. Rowell, E. Woytoyitz, Q. Adorian, B. Reynolds, J. Lee. Third Row: M. Woods, D. Weymouth, D. Rothwell, M. Stoklasa, S. Sandford, M. Kraff, N. Smull, C. Enlow, J. Edwards, D. Shellenberger. Back Row: M. Howe, M. Trofast, S. Riggle, V. Buckson, B. Lee, J. Pierce, D. Newcomb, D. Deakyne. Aqualiners AQUALINERS— Frofif Row: J. Wilson, P. Gibson, J. Arnold, pres.; S. Moore, sec. Second Row: A. Ruderman, P. Kecnan, N. Carter, B. Reich. Back Row: B. Newton, B. Simms, B. Reck, J. Williams, M. Yannuzzi. Associated Computer Machinery ASSOCIATED COMPUTER MACHINERY— Fran Row: J. Gibson, A. Renard, Sec, Treas.; J. Ruddell, Pres.; L. Leach, Memshp. Chrm.; E. Leider- man, V. Pres. Second Row: C. Enis, D. Wallace, R. Coles, M. Nevhaus, R. Long. Back Row: R. Spencer, T. Lojacono, V. Skinner, E. Fromm, C. Kelly. I « 1 1 f » BLOCK AND BRIDAL DAIRY SCIENCE CLVB— Front Row: J. Jones, J. Mullins, W. Sciders, L. Bimblich, sec, treas.; J. Robison. pres.; D. Hoshall, v. pres.; S. Sweet, J. McAiilay. Back Row: R. Felsman, R. DeLaiider. R. Perkins, J. Faulkner, D. Edwards, E. Fry , E. Simpson, L. Pue. Block Bridle Dairy Science Club Calvert Forensic Union BRIDGE CLVB—Froni Row: J. Skelly, sec.; K. Schardt. Back Row: A. Clark, treas.; A. Kolkin, pres.; V. Skinner, v. pres. Bridge Club Color Guard COLOR GUARD— Fronf Row: M. Trofast, capt.; B. Loveless, co-capt. Second Row: J. Hildebrand, Y. Counts, J. Edwards. D. Johnson. Third Row: D. Shellenberger. E. Rynarzewski, J. Dunn, S. Fraser, J, Fleming. CALVERT FORENSIC UNION— Frori Row: R. Rinaldo. V.P.; M. Waller, Sec- Treas.; M. Egan, Pres.; J. Suirbely. Second Row: E. Cherry, D. Jennings, B. Con- nelly, T. Brushe. Back Row: S. Greene, J. Bolotin, A. Kellogg, R. Borden, L. Sab- bath, T. Bruce. Chinese Club CHFNESE CLVB— Front Row: C. Lo, soc. chrm.; W. Foo, cult, chrm.; R. Yee, treas.; J. Lee, v. pres.; C. Lin, pres.; L. Liang, sec; V. Lee, soc. chrm.; J. Kung. Second Row: D. Lee, B. Haupt, M. Wu, V. J. SooHoo, F. F. Jen, M. Kung. P. Srasawangwat, M. Young, P. Liau, J. Young. W m W jWM M Tmt SB K- g m AT ' »j i i( amy 4 ■ ■v H , " i! , i r t v P 3 1 | i 1 lymi ] r COLLEGIATE 4H— Front Row: C. Huif, S. Adams, sec; H. Morgan, v. pres.; J. Payne, ag. council rep.; L. Bladen, publicity chrm.; B. Seiders. Second Row: B. Whipp, R. DeLauder, S. Whipp, M. Thompson, E. Husbands, R. Klingathof, M. Klingel- hefie, R. Voorhees. Back Row: R. Durhin, C. Pearson, J. Jones, S. Bowen, J. King, S. Ahalt, T. Smith, R. Lindemann, J. Fielder. Collegiate 4-H Economics Discussion Club DRAMA WING — Front Row: D. Berger, v. pres.; R. Sisler, pres.; L. Hollar. Second Row: L. Teal, S. Murray, E. Sorgnet. Back Row: W. Miller, D. Goettoe, E. T. Starcher, dir. Drama Wing Fencing Club ,1 f f t ECONOMIC DISCUSSION CLUB— Front Row: R. Eibel, W. St. John, treas.; A. G. Gruchy, adviser; R. Berdey, pres.; V. Agresti, sec; M. Stein. Back Row: R. Freer, T. Raveson, M. Reinhard, J. Grant, E. Pheterson, A. Chavrid. FENCING CLVB— Front Row: J. Haldeman, v. pres.; G. Haldeman, treas.; A. Stottlemyer, pres. Second Row: C. Walker, M. Maier, C. Quass. Back Row: D. Cedrone, C. Maple, J. Moefan, C. Reistetter. Flying Follies FLYING FOLLIES — Front Row: K. Bums, J. Littman, L. Emel, A. Rafel, L. Silverman, sec; D. Roflfman, pres.; I. Herstone, treas.; J. McGee, N. Brien, C. Martin. Second Row: D. Bigelow, A. Baumann, B. Ford, C. Craig, E. Coupe, T. Gotkin, J. Streitfeld, R. Paritzky. Back Row: B. Clarke, A. Whitehead, B. Bogdanoflf, R. Hopkins, M. Mitchell. $ ' vS Ui M iA. -J " , GYMKANA TROUPE — Front Row: S. Hollan, M. Vaecn, P. Pope, E. Harne, treas.; M. Friedel. v. pres.; G. Kramer, adviser; J. Murray, pres.; P. Holtan, sec: J. Tanner, hist,; J, Martin, L. Chubb, M. Sorady, A. Luce. Second Row: R. Bracey, J. Schulz, C. Dempsey, P. .Siskind. R, Robey, J, Grier, A. Growther, N. Crone, D. McKamcy, S. Gammon. Thinl Row: D. ZeiscI, M. Hall, M. Benisek, M. Comberiate, R. Zieg, R. Lundgren, P, Howe. N. Baker, l-ourih «,nv.- R. Rhinehart, K. Allen, D. Bultman, R. Bloyer, D. Zier, C. Selby. B. Hillman, J. P. Howe. Btick Row: B. Sherfey, J, Herget. R, J, Miller, J. Cannon, W. Thiele. Gymkana Troupe Home Economics Club r HOME EC. CLVB— From Row: M. Hull, P, Moody. J. Jones, S. Allman, v, pres.. M. Thompson, pres.. B. Brush. L. Bladen, D. Lilley. Buck Row: D. Hopkins. E, Best, N. Monitor, S. Fouche, M. Weirich, N, Lee, C. Saukel, S. Whipp, J. Bladen. I.E.E.E. INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS— Fro ir Row: R. Stokken. R. Rosenblum, H. Solomon, I. Frew. H. Ingorvate, v, pres.; Zsuflfa, pres,; H. Price, E. Quinn. sec.; R. Miller, treas.; W. Bottoms. J. Nickle. R. Bell. W. Hamer. Second Row: R. Willard. A. Humans, S. Gordon, S. Pendergast, C. Diekmann, T. White, W. Thielz. H. Laflamme, W. Formwalt, L. Paul, K. Hayes. Third Row: A. Ewing, H. Katz, M. Ressler, C. Riley, A. Riley, J, Siegel, K. Boegli, R. Epstein, R. Baldauf, A. Peugh. Hack Row: J. Cooper. D. Middlekauff. R. Robins, N. Bluzer, W. Fishman, E. Wimbush, F. Brown, A. Forsbacka, F. Lebert, C. Schwendinger, B. Sunday. »t ' f«f f ' Uft I ft INTERNATIONAL ChVB— Front Row: J. Rodousakis, P. Burney, D. Monos, R. Rizik, M. Madaressi, pres.; F. Mamani, F. Behbin, S. Kamali, M. Shashaani, A. Azhdam. Second Row: K. Behizan, S. Tom, A. Papanicolaou, S. Rayanian, H. Safaipour, E. Ghaem, A. Sorush. Back Row: E. Alexiou, T. Martinez, M. Suarez, G. Palumbo, T. Maske, H. Seiraft, I. Monsee. International Club ii INTERVARSITY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP— Frowr Row: J. Hettenhouser, M. Lee, A. Baker, P. Harrison, sec; L. Strausbaugh, pres.; L. Matthews, sec; T. Dietrich, treas.; R. Ellis, S. Carruth, J. Flayhart. Back Row: A. Heinlein, W. Corduan, S. Walker, A. Chii, E. lanzegers, G. Veohlesky, G. Diggs, D. Thomas, M. Coleman, J. Burdett, W. Corduan. Intervarsity Christian Fellowship Iranian Club IRANIAN CLUB — Front Row: A. Mahmudi, A. Shashaani, Y. Lalezaris, M. Shashaani, sec; I. Siminou, pres.; M. Hosseinlou, treas.; H. Safaipour, V. pres.; E. Ghaen-Maghami, I. Monsef. Second Row: F. Behbin, N. Shams, K. Bet- Aharon, M. P. Modaressi, A. Azhdam, P. Aryan-Nejaid, S. Roy- anian, S. Sedghi. Third Row: B. Modaressi, M. Shirazi, H. Seirafi, M. M. Mortazavi, A. Abrishamian, M. Maaghoul, I. Kohanzadeh. Back Row: H. Sorush, M. Khojandi, S. Ka mali, Y. Mokhtarzada, A. N. Adham, M. H. Seirafi, M. Farhadi. LITTLE SISTERS OF MINERVA— Fro ir Row: C. Obrecht, P. Lacey, S. Brooks, V. pres.; S. Howells, pres.; C. Werner, treas.; C. Walter. Back Row: L. Brown, D. Maurer, E. Bichy, I. Leatherwood, W. Nichols, I. Shrum, D. Siepert. Little Sisters of 1 Minerva Louisa Parsons Nursing Club M-Club LOUISA PARSONS NURSING CLVB— Front Row: P. Duggins, v. pres.; P. Radwell, pres.; D. Herndon. sec.-treas. Second Row: i. Bostctter. L. Menzer, M. Wong. Third Row: B. Meadows, G. Joachim. J. F. Smith, A. Scherlis. Back Row: K. Duey, B. Thorne, K. Steer, K. Russell M-CLUB — Front Row: D. Harrington, C. Koester, D. Millikaw, B. Bramson, J. Phillips, advisor; R. Wright, sec; M. Matthews, pres.; D. Starnes, v. pres.; D. Dodge, treas.; G. Stem, advisor; K. Webster. J. Arnoult, M. Thomas, K. Billotte, R. Stumpff. Second Row: M. Rogosky, J. Bickley, B. Phillips, J. Wechsler, P. Kowzun, W. Donelon, P. Morgan, J. Amoss, L. Stickel, S. Bouchers, R. Olson, T. Bartolec, R. Martino, R. Emmet. Third Row: T. Nawrocki, P. Rawleigh, J. Hill, B. Dranginis, B. Beatty, B. Bilancioni, B. Karch, G. Williams, G. Boxer. B. Carson, F. Alston, J. Jordan, T. Gagner. Back Row: J. Prevar, T. Thompson, D. Springer, J. Harrington, J. Trachy, Jr.; F. Costello, Jr.; D. Donahue, D. Smith, S. Washburn, R. White, D. Dull, A. Brzostowski. Men and Women ' s Glee Clubs MEN AND WOMEN ' S GLEE CLVBS— Front Row: A. Whitehead, D. Kelley. M. Highstein, treas.; R. Searles, v. pres.; C. Estes, sec.; C. Wool, pres.; D. Roffman, pres.; G. Long, manager; G. Dodge, v. pres.; R. Hopkins, treas.; J. McCamant, sec; D. Henderson. Second Row: L. Gordon, M. Korth, O. Walker. G. Anthony, N. Bricn, L. Saks, C. O ' Meara, C. Blum, D. Fleisher. G. Younkins. M. Seibert, P. Munson. Third Row: C. Balser, M. Gorman, D. Long, E. Morreale, J. Ashworth, H. Ordway, K. Roberson, A. Spada, B. Newman, E. Messer, R. Schramm. Back Row: S. Powell, C. Cranford, L. Clark, S. Carruth, E. Coupe, L. Ludwig, M. Alston, M. Feldman, B. Dye. rr m NATIONAL SOCIETY FOR INTERIOR DESIGN— Front Row: J. Francis, M. Sippel, T. Smith, sec; H. Orthner, v. pres.; A. Jones, pres.; B. Moffett, treas.; C. Herman, R. Pisciotta. Back Row: M. Bauman, E. Reuben, M. J. Hoose, D. Deacon, C. Stark, G. Houck. N.S.I.D. OLD LINE PARTY— Frof! Row: J. Prater, D. Duffus, treas.; A. Speizman ind. V. pres.; D. Mortimer, pres.; B. McKenna, sec; T. Dove. comm. v. pres. E. Rosenberg. Second Row: T. Hendrickson. N. McCuUough, S. Cohn, J. Roth child, B. Dubnoff, R. Potash, B. Bondy, B. Thoroughgood, T. Aaron. Baci Row: L. McClary, G. Cooper, L. Leach, G. Maxwell, F. Crystal, J. Fleischer C. Taylor, J. Askren, E. Fry. Old Line Party Pershing Rifles . .ft f t t .fi t ;t . ' - J A PERSHING RIFLES— Fro« Row: J. Yarrison, J. Lea, O. Riddick, W. Garrett, Ist Lt.; J. Peeke. CM.; L. Fulcher, sweetheart; R. Bathke, advisor; D. Reichard, J. Sonneborn, F. Marlow. Second Row: R. Allison, W. Eugene, A. Comulada, P. Prout, J. Tcsch, W. Fod, R. Wake- field, R. Yeh, A. BeliaefJ. Third Row: C. Smith, J. Gilhooly, J. Ranes, Jr., L. Seastrum, Jr., A. Brooks, E. Breitschwerdt, T. Schaner. Back Row: W. Kramer, C. Benedick, D. Erickson, J. Skutch, D. Jones, D. Walker. Pharmacy Club PHARMACY ChVB— Front Row: N. Yockelson, P. Firth, treas.; D. Hopkins, pres.; A. Riley, v. pres.; M. Levi, D. Snoops. Back Row: T. Page, S. Pristoop, M. Young, K. Thack- er, A. Cocoros, R. West, V. Stevenson. P.E. Majors PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAJORS— FroH Row: L. Davis, sec; G. Castroville. pres.; V. VanDyke, treas.; P. Harmsen. Second Row: J. Nichols, R. Capelle, F. Husman, D. Deterding. Back Row: R. Yannuzzi, R. Lewis, D. Griggs, B. Fupper, L. Allen, P. Maul. PH SK Al, IHERAPY CLUB — Front Row: P. Pope. R. Middleman, C. Sielski, P. Krizanck, J. Carlucci. G. Carver, I,. Sample. J. Pynn. sec: K. Uncrfusser. pres.; L. Gwiazdowski. treas.: M. Trout, S. Hohnson, B. Schneiderman, A. Kalos, M. Schmitt. A. Randall, N. Zamorski. Second Row: L. Hupart, M. Boehm, E. Volkmer, R. Pope. N. Carter. B. Harris. J. Goldstein, J. Johnson. P. Dick. E. DeCoursey. R. Brocato. H. Wagen- heim, A. Rosenfcld. J. Barnes, D. Sagcr. Third Row: A. Steele, T. Snowhite. K. Nissley, L. Lanbert. J. VanNewkirk, D. Pilla. S. Ramsburg. S. Boston. J. Dianmon, F, Elkin, K. Fahey, B. Kopit. M. Spegele. C. Davis, D. Usher. Back Row: J. Pugh. T. Dallon. J. Emel. 1.. Moss, B. Allegri, E. Jamieson. P. Maute, K. Crane. D. Zwack, L. Schweer, C. Molina, T, Shapiro, J. Snyder. Physical Therapy Club Physics Club Political Science Club PHYSICS ChVR— Front Row: C. Alley, adviser; D. Yates, pres. Second Row: D. Mudrick. A. Twitty, sec.; D. Bur- chick, v. pres. Back Row: M. Nork, S. Killion, G. Pfeufer. POLITICAL SCIENCE CLUB— Fro«r Row: J. Sheehan. B. Murik, v. pres.; G. Tarutis, pres.; K. Petroitis, treas.; J. Streitfeld. Back Row: A. Terl, J. Haifley, M. Silverman, C. Leverton. L. Silverman. M. Mitchell. RECREATION AND PARKS SOCIETY— Fro;i Row: W. Miller, v. pres.; N. Gustafson. sec; C. Maddoz. pres.; J. Churchill, adviser. Second Row: J. Williams. B. Mafness. R. Hoglund, A. Comulada. Third Row: C. Luscomke, I. Paul, L. Jones, D. Millikan. Back Row: R. Gregory, E. Temple. K. Ernest, N. Krentler. Recreation and Parks Society f.f t F B i H fl wfl ■ w b r ' SOCIETY FOR ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT— Fron Row: E. Brick, R. Frazzano, J. Shelton, treas.; L. Zindel, pres.; D. Kaufman, sec; P. Stanley, v. pres.; G. Nichols, v. pres. Second Row: C. Boyd, L. Bocinec. T. Nalley, M. O ' Connell, W. Garrison, L. Peari, M. Stein, B. Borzymowski. Back Row: J. Hardisty, J. Harrison, M. Browne, V. Agresti, C. Hartley, R. Sarlin, G. DeVore, L. Merling. Society for Advancement of Management Society of Fire Protection Engineers SOCIETY OF FIRE PROTECTION ENGINEERS— Frori? Row: K. Dungan, G. Priebe, D. Decker, pres.; G. Lingenfelter, v. pres.; W. Cannon. Second Row: E. Shollenberger, W. Boyce, R. Arengo, J. Shelley, J. Hancher. Sociology Club Student Affiliates of A.C.S. SOCIOLOGY CLVB— From Row: S. Fuller, v. pres.; A. Dashoff, pres. Back Row: Dr. J. Wilson, advisor; B. Fishman, sec; A. Fink. STUDENT AFFILIATES OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY— Fro« Row: E. Cohen, pres. Second Row: C. Fleck, R. Jung. Back Row: B. Creitz, v. pres.; A. Fine, T. Sturgill. 4 1 I r; STUDENT NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION— Frojir Rmv: Dr. Amershek. advisor; G. Lisogursky, B. Dcitz. J. Olivio. ircas .; M. Levin, pres.; B. Blonder, v. pres.; J. Rcger. trea,s.: A. Cohen, C. Steinberg. Second Row: N. Lee, R. Woodward, S. Haas, L. Rosenberg, C. Sauke ' l, G. Springer, C. Blacksin. liack Ron: C. Peter, E. Rynarzewski.J. Roththild, L. Sborofsky, P. Bahn, L. Mondcll, L. Jones, F. Kelly. Student National Education Association Terrapin Ski Club TERRAPIN SKI CLUB— Fron Row: C. Horton, K. Orsi, H. Dulberg, L. O ' Rourke, V. Westervelt, B. Shaw, E. Schehr, J. Kemper, R. Warner, J. Jimmyer, v. pres.; R. Mahaffey, pres.; L. Lawry, sec.; M. Burke, treas.; C. Jordan, E. Nachlas. A. Solomon, J. Kearney, C. Kaestner. A. Hirntz, D. Pittman. Second Row: G. Campos, M. Kessler, P. Rodwell. S. Pridgeon. R. Meyer, W. Morris. C. Barnes, V. Roecker. S. Richard- .son, L. Friedman, M. Stoss. S. Myers, I. Mikus, T. Simmons, U. Baegli, D. Clanet, J. Pflaum, B. Chute. Third Row: K. Campbell, C. Hargy, S. Olson, P. Campbell, P. McCaig. K. Hunt, A. Ashton, K. Lopatkiewiz, M. Rosen, C. Olson, W. Hamer, J. Carey, M. Stacy, D. Wade, D. Capik, P. Brogger. Fourth Row: R. Perkins, E. Harding, J. Leach, A. Chute. E. Binning, K. Clark, P. Kemper, W. Wildes, A. Bohacek, B. Freyman, P. Selby, S. Morrissey, J. Frey, S. Bennett. Fifth Row: J. Twark, R. Ehrhardt, L. Slagle, M. Tarallo, S. Olds, G. Robinson, R. Lara, K. Diefenbach, D. Moore. C. Cohanim. Buck Row: W. Konyu, J. Ziegenfuss, S. Pawliuk, L. Roberts. R. Milliken. M. McColgan. J. Swab, S. Hobelmann, S. Collinson, S. Leslie, R. Friedland, M. Sothoron, C. Miller, G. Duncan, T. Smith, G. Roberts, N. Edmiston. W. Dungey. Trail Club TRAIL CLUB— Fro;! Row: F. Ahern. J. Reich. G. Reich. A. Chute. P. Mallarv. pres.; J. Lock, treas,; B. Nurmi. sec; H. Stacy, v. pres.; E. ScherL Second Row: G. Schaffer. J. Peake. B. DeLoachc. V. Roecker. S. Platkin. L. Baer. R. Bucca. T. Pcarce. R. Roepke. Buck Row: J. Scire, B. Chute, W. Bailey, A. Lord, R. Canter, V. Goebel, H. Tegnell, L. Dodds , J. Pcarce. M. Krepncr. R. Blumberg, J. B.iden. UNDERWATER DIVING TERRAPINS— Fro« Row: R. Galloway, adviser; R. Landers, pres.; H. Crawford, v. pres.; B. Richardson, sec, treas.; N. Bowser. Back Row: T. Snell, E. Crawford, T. Henning, J. Tomczak, J. Schwerin, A. Foster. Underwater Diving UNIVERSITY THEATER— Fronr Row: B. Sherman, C. Schleinhege, S. DeCoste, sec; B. Nomis, pres.; J. Shea, v. pres.; L. Bothe. Second Row: L. Rafel, S. Shakewitz, S. Hoffman, J. Lewis, K. Petnitis, J. Gaudio, A. Penn. Back Row: B. Bogdanoff, D. Klevan, B. Norkin, F. Futoran, C. An- ders, L. Miller, A. Rafel, G. Greene. University Theater Vandenberg Guard -f. • • 1! ... t VANDENBERG GUARD — Front Row: J. Church, I. Engelbrecht, R. Ives, J. Gregory, Ist Sgt.; B. Springer, CM; P. Smith, R. Roberts, R. Wohrman, R. Okamoto. Second Row: M. Silvcrt, K. Brady, B. Springer, J. Charters, L. Kim, W. Howser, F. Snapp. Back Row: R. Lawler, H. Collin, J. Kay, V. Smith, E. Schmader, R. Thomtor, F. Conner. Veterinary Science Club VETERINARY SCIENCE CLUB— Fro » Row: S. Bowen, L. Leisure, sec; G. Rampacek, pres.; R. Waldron, v. pres.; G. Terry, R. Jackson. Second Row: T. Sidor, D. Klevan, J. Calpin, B. Powers, J. DeBoy, M. Rossoff, L. Platshon. Third Row: T. Janifer, B. Covington, J. Lillie, E. Fountain, J. Blunt, W. Dittmann, R. Jones, G. Robinson. Back Row: D Klein, J. Hall, B. Hahn, T. Kerr, F. Thomson, K. Canter. Volunteers for Mental Healt VOLUNTEERS FOR MENTAL HEATH— Fro«r Row: M. Forrest, M. Koever, J. Savage, treas.; L. Ingerto, pres.; A. Pogorelskin, S. Platkin. Back Row: J. Stokes, S. Harness, T. Price, P. Welty, V. McKenney, G. Branoff, W. Dorer. V.O.U.S. SEMINAR— Fronr Row: A. Musgrove, J. Stockton. D. James, G. Ferrari, D. Kohne. Second Row: D. Luira, S. Raymond. D. L. Cady. M. A. Kahoe. Back Row: L. Jori. L. Case, M. Jones, K. Richardson. V.O.U.S. Seminar WOMHNS RECREATION ASSOCIATION— Fran Row: P. Griffin, treas.; C. Salzman, pres.; D. Hasslinger, v. pres. SeconJ Row: S. Willey, L. Kassalow, K. Millar, P. Fuller. Back Row: M. Sneider, E. Kesler, advisor; J. Henn, B. Johnson. W. R.A. Young Democrats Young Republicans YOUNG DEMOCRATS — Front Row: J. .Sheehan, A. Speizman, sec; A. Terl, pres.; B. Murik, treas.; E. Byrd, advisor. Second Row: J. Haifley. M. Silverman, G. Tarutis, del.; S. Page. T. Bruce, R. Weissman. M. Tarses. Back Row: W. Miller, J. Keering, R. Vetling, H. Hoffman, R. Long, W. Hunt, J. Strouse. YOUNG REPUBLICANS— Franf Row: J. Engel, S. Kent, sec; L. Bashook, v. pres.; K. Petraitis, sec; T. Aaron, A. Wbotten, T. Hutchins. Second Row: L. Leach. J. Richardson, M. Rufland. R. Eihel. L. Hulshaf, S. Price. P. Vale. J. Lackey. Back Row: P. Trapkin, V. Agresti, J. Lange. C. Stoecker, V. Stokely, S. Hatos, W. Scholtz, M. Estes, M. Stein. Women ' s Press Club WOMEN ' S PRESS CLUB— Fronr Row: S. Cohen, r. sec; M. Kuhn, S. Kehoe, v. pres.; L. Matthews, pres.; A. Groer, treas.; M. Lippman, M. Brill. Second Row: M. Avram, M. Armiger, H. Goldberg. A. McLaughlin, C. Holstein, S. Broadwater. Back Row: P. Rouzer, B. Ifshin. L. Winterling, D. Casselberry, M. DePorter. . A. [ ' t-S. ' W, % V t , ; z ; •X ' V,. V ' CKi-Ki-es Queens Dayle Seipert Miss University of Maryland 397 Gail Kleger Homecoming Queen Nancy Watts Miss Maryland Union Genny Smith Military Queen Gail Lang Pledge Queen Meredith Williams I.F.C. Queen 400 Linda Conway Best-Dressed Co-ed Bobbi Badin Campus Chest 401 Isabel Del Canto Freshman Queen 402 Barbara Gola Belvedere B Kathleen Lonert Calvert B Kathy Henry Cambridge D Jill Hartley Catoctin A Dorm Sweethearts Penny Smith Cumberland A Nancy Watts Charles South Sally Larson Prince George ' s Dorothy Kalinsky Cumberland North Michele Mayerson AEn Yvonne Digenis AXA Meryl Helman 4 En Fraternity Sweethearts Janice Davies K2 Linda Van Grack TE Melody Schaub TKE Sue Glasheen ex S.G.A. 406 SGA Cabinet and Officers STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION CABWET— Front Row: J. Barron, v. pres.; M. Hudson, pres.; T. Hendrickson, treas. Second Row: D. Mortimer, sr. class pres.; Fleischer, soph, class pres.; R. Woolf, residence halls pres.; K. Cooney, panhel. pres.; S. McGrath, fr. class pres.; R. Fine, jr. class pres. Back Row: T. Aaron, men ' s league pres.; M. Williams, U.C.A. v. pres.; S. Powell, U.C.A. pres.; M. Lafans, A.W.S pres.; T. Marshall, I.F.C. pres.; B. Larson, residence halls v. pres. Senior Class Officers and Legislature SENIOR OFFICERS AND LEGISLATURE— Ftoh Row: C. Lawson, sr. aws. rep.; S. Rappoport, treas.; B. Bourgeois, sec; D. Mortimer, pres.; S. Deitz, v. pres.; S. Perry, sr. prom chrm. Second Row: N. Chotiner, sr. leg. sec; R. Urban, sr. leg.; G. Abrahams, sr. leg.; R. Scott, sr. class presents. Back Row: B. Martz, leg.; B. Bauer, leg.; L. Waldorf, men ' s league rep.; E. Lampe, gift chrm. x I Junior Class Officers and Legislature JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND LEGISLATORS— FroH Row: S. Chu, sec; I. Weiner, v. pres.; R. Fine, pres.; B. Thoroughgood. Back Row: C. Orban, leg.; I. Hackerman, AWS rep.; M. Rawl, leg.; J. Orban. leg. Sophomore Class Freshman Class Officers and Legislature Officers and Legislature SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS AND LEGISLATORS— Fron Row: L. Lawson, sec; B. Landes, v. pres.; J. Fleischer, pres.; C. Meier, treas. FRESHMAN OFFICERS AND LEGISLATURE— Fz-onf Row. Second Row: R. Lamb, leg.; D. Cohen, leg.; S. Berenson. leg.; C. Little, T. Truitt, sec; S. McGrath, pres.; J. Prater, v. pres. Back Row: leg. Back Row: S. E. Cchn, leg.; B. Eanet, men ' s league; K. Burke, AWS; D. Fisher, men ' s league rep.; K. Walsh, AWS rep.; J. Evans, leg.; B. Bondy, leg. J. Walker, leg. AWS Pres. Council AWS PRESIDENTS ' COUNCIL— Fra i Row: A. Boswell, N. Benjes, pres.; J. Ralph, sec. Second Row: N. Rawlings, N. Ginsberg, J. Branyan, M. Gabor. Back Row: S. Barnes, E. Ewing, K. Gregory, G. Mc- Blackmore. Associated Women Students ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS — Front Row: C. Lawson, sr. rep.; I. Hackerman, jr. rep.; N. Benjes, v. pres.; M. Lafans, pres.; K. Cooney, v. pres.; E. Ewing, sec; B. Brough, treas.; K. Burke, soph, rep.; K. Walsh, fr. rep. Second Row: M. Litwin, S. Bond, B. St. Clair, C. Worden, R. Katz, L. Beveridge,, P. Harrison. Back Row: S. Rhodes, co-chrm. academic comm.; S. Cerveny, G. Cooper, dec. chrm.; B. Reynolds, cult, chrm.; C. Salzman, WRA pres.; S. Valentino, D. Laudenslager, T. Deming. Cultural Committee CULTURAL COMMITTEE— Fronf Row: B. Hull, L. Powell, chrm.; B. Dubnoff, sec. Second Row: S. Smith, J. Abelman, S. Mossburg. Back Row: R. Blumenthal, H. Dubin. Campus Chest Executive Council CAMPUS CHEST EXEC. COUNCIL— Fro if Row: A. Speizman. sec; -S. Sagman, pres.; M. Litwin, AWS rep. Back Row: E. Winston, v. pres.; H. Goldman, treas. Commuters Association Executive Council COMMUTERS ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE COUNCIL— Fro«f Row: M. Hall, treas.; J. Gar- mey, sec; S. Powell, pres.; M. Williams, v. pres. Second Row: N. LeCocq, D. Rowe, L. Silvester, M. Clarke, hist. Back Row: D. Gurlz, R. Kazley, C. D. Kowalski, M. W. Henig. Elections Board ELECTIONS BOARD— Front Row: L. Myerberg, sec; E. Papp treas. Second Row: M. Melson, L. Golden, B. Polen. L. Slifer, C. Albrecht, M. Neuhaus. as, chrm.; L. Higgins. Back Hammond Row: L. , co-chrm.; A. Coven, Preston, R. Smith, W. 1 1 1 1 ' T M y a ' H 1 iV ' 9 1 E f 3 ■4 .cij hH H ' v ' nib 1 H B ' " ' l F ► " 1 I ' p- ' n Ib H 1 1 ■L l r 1 1 f L y jf j i a 1 1 J- H i 1 1 i B ■ li H m ■ 1 yJHI 409 KT " ' - f T " 1 P H WKFm 1 " 1 " w ' r 1 People to People PEOPLE TO PEOPLE — Front Row: T. Deming, sec; P. Holton, pres.; S. Andersen, v. pres. Second Row: E. Cirillo, M. KraflF, R. Wasielewski, D. Hovanec. Back Row: D. Duffus, D. Blankinship, T. Dudley. Pep Committee PEP COMMITTEE— Fra«? Row: M. Baldwin, L, Hirz, S. Rinehart, C. Rinehart, C. Day, J. Siegel, D. Paladino, C. Eastlack, K. Gould, overall chrm.; R. Anderson, sec; L. Baer, P. Smith, R. Paladino, F. Landman. C. Marcus. Second Row: J. Barron, J. Snyder, M. Maher, B. Reinmuth, J. Willis, C. Lyon, G. Withnell, N. Willner, B. Ullman, Kathy O., C. Miller, T. Sturgill, P. Kamerick, B. Mangiapane. Back Row: J. Hubner, B. Hager, D. Ringuette, J. McKay, L Hurwitz, S. Michelson, J. Pearl, B. Karlin, D. Sommerville, C. Woods, K. Palmer, E. Fox, D. Wells, S. McAfee. Placement Committee PLACEMENT COMMITTEE — Front Row: G. Tarutis, R. Scott, chrm.; D. Hackman, M. Stein. Back Row: R. Campbell, E. Lampe, N. Schaus, N. Sykes, H. Vinyard. Student Union Board STUDENT UNION BOARD — Front Row: R. Eskow, H. Goldmutu, B. Ullman, R. Lippman, chm. social comm.; N. Brien, treas.; F. Lipshultz. chm. special events; E. Zirkind, chm. publicity; R. Cook, chm. performing arts; C. Komitasky. Second Row: E. Sum- mer, J. Marks, E. Hoffman, M. Brill, B. Rosenberg, C. Schwartz. L. Silverman, J. Steger. P. Hilliard, J. Jones. Third Row: B. Brown. S. Gairoard, J. Pearl, D. Urban, E. Baumann, T. Janifer, J. Jolens, V. Hertz, J. Cranford. J. Sondheimer. 1. Wolpert. 411 WHO ' S WHO SELECTION COMMITTEE— Fron Row: B. Graham, C. Cooper, chrm., C. Taylor, sec, R. Perry. Second Row: B. Reynolds, S. Cromer, G. Kent, S. Chu. Back Row: T. Ferry, J. Grewell, J. Beever Laurence V. Lauth acting director of student activities Teams 413 1966 Front Row .-r j; J. Trachy, C. Myrtle, B. Aquilina. B. Bilancioni, K Cooper J Rannels, W. Marciniak, B. Collins, L. McQueen, R. Nelewak T. Cichowski, B. York, P. Petry, M. Vucin, D Absher. Second Row: A. Brzostowski, T. Santy, D. Stofa, A. Lee, T. Plevin, D. Defino J Longo, B. Leckie, A. Pastrana, E. Kane, M. Patryn, F. Gawhck, B. Lovett, J. Miloszewski. Third Row: L. Stickel, N. Chappel B. Van Heusen, Ernie Torain, B. Bach, S. Battaglia, M. R.n I u ' ' ' c ' ' ' ' " , " ' - Mortensen, R. Carlson, B. Paries, K. Ben, J. Hetrick, J. Simoldoni. Fourth Row: L. Vince, R. Donofrio, Terrapins C. Tine, R. Pearson, D. Walker, H. Teubner, G. Swartz, B. Colbert, B. Bramson, J. Foran, B. Haley, M. Brant. T. Sinibaldi, Albrano, L. Bracken. Fifili Row: M. Grace, J. Lavrusky, P. Baker, B. Bauer, D. Rushing. D. Hilsinger, W. McQuown, T. Myslinski, E. Gunder- man, R. Maleta, T. Burger, M. Galloway, J. McCluskey, J. Ganley, C. White, R. Friedgen. Bock Row: Coach Lou Saban, Coach Dewey Wade, Coach Bernie Raid, Coach Sam Rutigliano, Coach Whitey Dovell, Coach Paul Massey, Coach Dick MacPherson, Mgrs. L. Gertz, J. McCamant, W. Burnotes, Trainers J. Jarboe, G. Burroughs, D. Ambrose, G. Petzold, E. Castrovillo, K. Mettler, D. Wyre. Baseball Baseball: Front Row (l.-r.): J. Kehoe, B. Camera, L. Butts, T. Bichy, B. Reed, C. Sole, C. Sullivan, D. Smith. Second Row: L. Hendershot, Mgr. Coach Jack Jackson, S. Graves, S. Rogosky, S. Sauve, G. Scla- fani, L. Davis, D. Wright, J. Meckel, Coach Bill Flynn. D. Sandler, Mgr. Third Row: B. Frost, M. Long, B. Siedling, B. Sutyak, W. Prange, J. Kremer, M. Harris, F. Huffman, J. Clark, G. Manz, F. BonVardo. Basketball Basketball: Slanding (l.-r.): S. Feeney, R. Drescher, J. McMillen, J. Harrington, D. Veith, T. Truax, B. Jones. Kneeling;: P. Johnson, G. Williams, L. Brown, J. MacDonald, M. DeCosmo, G. Silva, J. Avery. 417 Cross Country Cross Country (l.-r.): G. Henry, M. Matthews, D. Starnes, C. Harris, E. O ' Boyle, J. Jacobs, J. Amos, C. Koester, R. Beauchamp. 418 Lacrosse Lacrosse: Front Row (l.-r.): Thomas, Hinkle, Lowe, Catalano, La- vaute. Newkirk, Helman, SchefFer, Sharra, Mintzer, Wright. Second Row: Head Coach Howard, Felter, Shade, Himelfarb, Leimbach, O ' Brien, Howard, Brisee, Keck, Heim, Gran. I ' liinl Row: Coach Smith, Yurfeat, Harlan, Stewart, Pfeiffer, Bonds, Badger, Dehoust, Fisher, Fesche, Norris. 419 Soccer Soccer: Front Row (l.-r.): R. Connor, R. Spinella, Co-capt. R. Wal- lace, Co-capt. A. Bitencourt, R. Kindratiw, C. Blische. Second Row: T. Stout, R. Buckley, J. King, B. Bramson, M. White, R. McAllister, R. Erich. Third Row: A. Tang, W. Thoroughwood, D. Casey, L. Rotondo, R. Tamblingson, J. Cryan, P. Bodner, G. Hay, T. Swieco- nek. Back Row: Coach Doyle Royal, C. Clay, R. Schailer, N. Deror- jiannis, E. Meerholz, B. Dabrowski, A. Pflugrad, F. Delvecchio, M. Rioux, T. Pick, Mgr. Swimming Swimming Team: Front Row (l.-r.): R. Sommers. D. Karol, R. Hoff- man, J. Jordon, P. Morgan. B. Rydze, D. Fox, F. Bizzoco, M. Golub. Second Row: M. Spitzer, B. Phillips, J. Karsdon, B. Sikorski, D. Springer, B. Beatty. D. Dodge, V. Meleski, J. Wechsler. Third Row: B. Alston, W. Pawlowski, J. Buchert, J. Hill, B. Dranginis, D. Helm, A. Zitnay, J. Martin. Fourth Row: D. Marcks, Mgr., Coach Bill Campbell, S. Mahaney, Mgr. 421 Tennis Tennis Team (l.-r.): R. Harrington, J. Shaffer, R. Davis, B. Bramson, K. Cfiappman, F. Kready, J. Merryweatlier, J. Summers, L. Modye- lewski, J. Rickman, Mgr., D. Millikan, D. Royal. 422 Track Team: Front Row (l.-r.): F. Costello, A. Caron. J. Lee, R. Williams, G. Kuntz. R. White, T. Finley, P. Kowzun. C. Harris, C. Koester, S. Arthur, W. Whol, D. Smith. Second Row: R. Beauchamp, M. Matthews, G. Henry, J. Bickley, G. Boxer, M. Lockard. T. Pat- terson, D. Starnes, A. Carson, T. Thompson. Third Row: Coach J. Bland, B. Springer. G. Cramer, E. Hearon. A. Schenelzka, C. Mid- dleton, H. Kline. T. Bryant, J. Warfield. J. Amoss, E. Himter, R. Offutt. Fourlh Row: Coach Jim Kehoe, P. Stroup. E. Marks, H. Non- nenberg, T. Gagner, D. Dull, T. Nawrocki, D. Donahue, S. Wash- burn, D. Donelon, R. Drescher, J. Prevar. Wrestling ■ i €9 y«1 (fC Iti IviNHYLAji Ti_7; j ' - f ' - i gi..4M a . Wrestling: Fro i? Kow (l.-r.): J. Paxton, E. Parsons, B. Terrill, M. Gaizauskas, J. Arnoult, F. Wasuta, M. Thomas. K. Billotte, T. Ball. Second Row: K. Webster, B. Hart, D. Reich, W. VanNuys, K. Gilead, D. Knisely, D. Lilly, G. Kline, T. Cox, L. Yocum. Back Row: Coach Tom Schleicher, Coach Sully Krouse, T. Mulligan, O. Fletcher, T. Sinibaldi, R. Umberger, T. Myslinski, B. Karch, G. Blood, B. Walker, T. Pronti, T. Nichols, B. Stumpflf, Mgr. Majorettes t ii : wst ki u % . L4Si ' ? n IP jj Ci H J ■ ' ' . -.■ ' - iHi Gracie Rowell Gail Kleger — Captain Rosemary Sisler Mike Kamoroff Cheerleaders Dot tie Wells Carol Caputo Steve Plemmens Mel Shatz STATICt DIPLOMA APPLvcyvrioNs j.:r ;H - a I Seniors q ■ " 7 r ; t1 i-. 5 -♦«- ' ry ■ 1 fw R T ' - - » :!■ iSiiPQ Abderrahman, Ulfat Abell, Gilbert — Indian Head; Speech — Intramurals; Radio-T.V. Workshops; WMUC. Abraham, Joan Abrahams, Gail — Bethesda; Speech TTierapy — $££; Diamond; SAH, Recording Sec ' y; Legislature; Old Line. Abramowitz, Feme — Baltimore; Speech Therapy — 2AT; Bridal Fair; AWS Committees. Absher, Richard Acevedo, Ramon Ackerman, Dennis Adams, Eileen F. — West Hyattsville; Home Economics — American Home Economics Association. Adams, Jesse J. — Denver, Colorado; Geography — Ski Club. Addleman, Nathaniel — Washington, D.C.; Fire Protection Engi- neering — Soc. Am. Mil. Engr.; Soc. Fire Protection Engr.; Dorm Comm. Agresti, Alfeda — Bethesda; Finance — SAM; Economics Club; Young Repubhcans. Akin, Alfred K. — Chevy Chase; Economics — Amateur Radio Assn., Pres.; Economics Discussion Club; WMUC; Band. Aldridge, William F. — Frostburg; Government and Politics — Intramurals. Aleskaw, Bella Allen, John Allen, Phyllis — Brentwood; Government and Politics — T B; Dia- mond; Angel Flight; SUB; FOB; Young Rep- ' blicans; M-Book. Althen, Thomas — Bowie; Animal Science — Pre-Veterinary Science Club. Altmeyer, George — Baltimore; Transportation — ASH; Dorm Ac- tivities. Altpeter, Lee — Baltimore; Agricultural Economics — SIT; Arnold Air Society; Dean ' s List; Vanderberg Guard; General Dynamics Award. Alvey, Janice — Silver Spring; Music Education. Alwine, Walter — Bladensburg; Science Education. Andersen, Susan — Silver Spring; Elementary Education — KA8; People-To-People, VP; AWS. Anderson, David Anderson, Karen — Silver Spring; English — DBK; Ass ' t Photo Ed.; Homecoming Committee; Dorm Activities; University Theatre Comm. Anderson, Mary — Silver Spring; Psychology — VMH; Cambridge Complex Publicity Chm. Anderson, Thomas Angler, Frank — Colorado Springs, Colorado; Aerospace Engineer- ing — AXA: AIAA; Fraternitv Intramurals Ansel, Edward — Baltimore; Psychology — WX; VMH, Sec ' y; Dean ' s List; Honors Convocation. Anton, James — Silver Spring; Mechanical Engineering — ASME. Antonelli, Anthony — Lanham; Marketing — UCA; Intramurals; AMA. Antosh, Gerald — Forest Heights; Economics — Intramurals. Aptaker, Eleen Apter, Steven — Silver Spring; Psychology. Archer, Elizabeth Arengo, Romeo — Baltimore; Fire Protection Engineering — Arnold Air Society. Armes, Andrew — Federalsburg; Botany. Armiger, Mary — Silver Spring; linglish Education — Women ' s Press Club; SNEA; NCTE; MSTA. Amall, Margaret — Spray, North Carolina; Physical Therapy — Baltimore Professional Student Senate; Senior Class Pres., Physical Therapy; " Physical Terrapin, " Jr. Ed. Arnold, Vickey Aronson, Martin — Washington, D.C.; Psychology — Pre-Dent Club. Ash, Carolyn — Bethesda; Secondary Education, Social Studies and Psychology— DBK; VMH; Newman Club; Jud. Board. Ashman, Steven Askin, Martin— Baltimore; History — ZBT; Basketball, Mgr.; Dorm Treas. Atzert, Stephen — Silver Spring; Zoology — Newman Club; UCA. Austin, Daniel — Baltimore; Economics — WMUC, Sports Director; Economics Discussion Club; Sociology Club; House Rule Chm. Avon, Richard Babington, Kathy Bacharach, Babette — Levittown, Pennsylvania; History — A E; Hil- lel. VP; FOB; Jud Board Chm. Bachman, Carol — Baltimore; Physical Education. Bacinoglu, Mehmet — Ordu, Turkey; Electrical Engineering — IEEE; M-Club; ANS; International Club. Badinelli, Joseph Bain, Nelson — Trumbull, Connecticut; History — $A0; Sharum; Dorm Pres ; Resident Ass ' t. Bair, Jeanne — York. Pennsylvania; Early Childhood Education — Executive Dorm Council; Dorm Jud. Board; Academic Chm.; Chapel Choir; Md. Girls Swim Team. Bair, Richard — Baltimore; Physics — Dorm Comm.; Intramurals; College Life. Baker, Arthur Jr. — Clinton; Industrial Arts Education. Baker, Carol — Ankara, Turkey; Microbiology — AF; Fresh. Prom; PeopIe-to-People; WRA; Campus Casino; Career Convocation. Baker, Carolyn — Campus Springs; Social Studies Education — Dorm Treasurer; Dorm Exec Council; Jud Board; Big Sister. Baker, James — University Park; Education. Baker, Richard — Halethorpe; Electrical Engineering — HKN; IEEE. Balchunas. John — Jersey City, New Jersey; History — Dean ' s List; Veteran ' s Club; Weightlifling Club. Baldauf, Richard — Greenbelt; Electrical Engineering — IEEE. Balestra, Adeline — Wheaton; Home Economic Education— Newman Club— AO; Home Ec Club. Pub. Chm. Bank, Larry— Baltimore; Psychology— Homecoming. Co-Chm; Pre- Dent Club; Legislature; Co-Chairman Spring Follies. Banks, Robert — Meally, Kentucky; Russian — Russian Club. Baranowskyj, Vera — Hyattsville; Microbiology — Daydodgers. 430 Bai-ila, Bernard, III— Annapolis; English — Dorm aclivilics; Intta- nuirjls; F ' Club. Harllu, Susan BarlU, Richard S. — Sllvir Sprini;; Barkhan, Harriet H.— Ballinmrt acl. Vitus; SUB. Barker, Diane Barker, Mark Elementary Education — Dorm Nc LTscy; PsycholoKV Slate. Trcas.; Soph X. VI ' ; Club. Barkley. Brian K.— Closlc Kaktithos; ODK; IHC, Sec; F Comm C ' hm ; Men ' s Lcaituc Rep. BarloM. David Baltimore; Accountinn — Accouniini! Club Barmash, Stephen J.— Silver Sprint;; Accounting— Sports Ca Trcas. Barnard. William K. — Chevy Chase; KUctrical Engincerint;. Barnes. Adelaide— Havre Uc Grace; Business Education— XH; Dorm I ' rcs ; AVVS Pres. Council; Jud Board; AWS Orphans Party. Barrett. Barbara L.— Ellicott City; Sociology— Dean ' s List; New- man Club; Sociology Club. Jeffrey — Baltimore; BarrI PIN. Barron. Barbara A. — Bladensbtirg; Psychology Civil Engin rg: Ps) ; Histo ng— ASCE; TERRA- Barrow. Marilyn — Chevy Cha Barth. Alfred Barth. Linda — Washington. DC; Elementary Education — Dorm Prcs ; Dorm Activities; Tennis Club. Bartkowlak, John B. — Baltimore; Economics — Ae; Old Line Party; Parents Day Comm.; Placement Comm.; People-lo-People. Bartnik, Richard J. — Baltimore; Marketing — Sharum; Dorm Pres.; Res. Hall Council; Pres. Cambridge Complex Council; Homecom- ini: Float Chairman. Barton. William Basile, Kenneth Bass, Judy M. — Baltimore; Art Education — Art League. Rassett. Gerry N. — Silver Spring; Journalism — Band; Dorm Treas.; DBK. Bateman. Joanne M. — Hvatlsville: Marketing — AMA; AWS Day- dodger; Little Sister Program; nB ; Xe. Bauer, Robert J. — New Berlinville, Pennsylvania; Zoology — ITKA; Foolb.ill; Senior Leuis.; D-rm Pres.; ResuL-ni Men ' s Jiicl Board. Baumel, Jack R. — Baltimore; Business — AEri; Dorm Secretary; Alumni Ch.iirman; IFC Rep. Baxter, Terry L. — Harrisburg. Pennsylvania; Speech and Psychol- ogy—Sponsor Fresh Orient ; ARGUS. Ed.; TERRAPIN. Ed.. ' 64; Hill Area Council; Fencing Team, capt. Baylus. S. Richard — Baltimore; Art History. Beach, Donna 1. — Silver Spring; Biology Education. Beale. .Mian Beard, James L. — Silver Spring; Mechanical Engineering — ASME.; I1E; TI! n ; HTS; OAK; .I.K n . Becka, Mary .41ice — College Park; History. Becraft, Wayne E. — Laurel; Personnel Berkley. John Behn, Mark — Towson; Economics. Behymer, Charles, Jr. — Mamaroneck, New York; English — March- ing and Symphonic Bands; Dorm. Treas.. Pres.; Jud Board. Bell, H. R.— Landover; Electrical Engineering — TBIT. Corres. Sec; HKN; QHE; IEEE. Ben, Kalhryn A. — Montreal. Quebec. Canada; Sociology — AOFI; Rush Chairman; Jr. Prom Comm. Bembe, Jarrett Bemis. Warren E. — SSgt. USAF — Orlando. Florida; Business — S.A.M.; Veteran ' s Club; Masonic Lodge. Render, Keith G. — Detroit. Michigan; Government and Politics. Renjes. Nancy M.— Baltimore; English Ed —AWS. 1st VP; Dorm, Pres.; Dorm Jud Board Chm. Benedlk. Robert Bene7ia. Barbara Bennett, Carol Benson, Brian M.— Rockville; Zoology. Pr Master; Men ' s League. VP. Acting Pres.; Senior SGA Rep; Dean ' s List; Men ' s League Kev. Benson, Douglas H., n — Cheverly; Transportation — SLI; UGA; Bowling Leagues. Benson, Serge H. — Silver Spring; General Business. Berg. . be M. — Baltimore; Psychology — AEII. Berg. Howard — Baltimore; History — I AM. Berger, , nn M. — Annapolis; Elementary Education KATI . Berger. Elinor D. — Fulton; Speech and Dramatic Arts — Drama Wine. P; VMI (■ Rr.mclras ' .-r; Dcirm Chm. Bergeron. Jon D. — Dundalk; Biological Sciences — Dorm. Scholar- ship riim,. H ■nsi- R,ik-s. Berglund, Richard L. — Baltimore; Education — SN; Free Slate Party; UCA Political Chm. Berkis, William O. — Baltimore; Marketing — Tennis. Berkow, Leslie A. — Baltimore; Zoology — AAA; Big Sister Pro- gram. FOB Chm ; Physical Therapy Club, Denton Complex Council. Berman, Barrv R Dent Club. Dorm Berman, Carol Berman, Eleanor Berman. Martin — Baltimore; Psychology — Sports Car Club; VMH; Judo. — Baltimore; Psychology — DeMoIay Club; Pre- Newspaper, Social Comm.. Scholarship Comm. Bemer, Robert C. — Baltimore; Civil Engineering — ASCE; Dorm. Athletic C mm.. Float Berry, John N. — Catonsvllle; Education for Industry — ASTME. Bethke, James J.— Garrett Park; Mechanical Engineering — FITS; Dorm. Social Chm,; Softball IniramuraK; ASME. Beveridge, Cheryl A. — Greenville. South Carolina; Psychology. Beveridge, Lynn A. — Hyattsville; Elementary Education — KKF. Treas; Diadem; Mortar Board, Prcs ; KAIl; Freshman Legislature; Jr. Class, Sec ' y; Fresh. Orientation Sponsor; Faculty Senate Comm; Student Traffic C-i ' rt. Biederman, Fred A. — Baltimore; French — HiUel. Biehl, Douglas — Wheaton; Mechanical Engineering — ASME. Billups, Thomas — Silver Spring; Mathematics — Veteran ' s Club. Bimlich, Leah — Kensington; Aajmal Science — Block and Bridle; Dairy Science Club. Birch, Herb Birch, Susan Birdfrell, Arthur G. — Bethesda; Economics — 2N. Blmbaum, Marcy B. — West Hyattsville; Art History. Bishop, JohD W. — Laurel; Mathematics. Bisker, Susan G. — Silver Spring; Speech Education; Reader ' s Thea- tre; Publicity Comm.; Forensic Speaking Judge; Intramural Vol- leybaU. Bittmann, Patricia L. — Edgewater; Elementary Education — New- man Club: Ski Club. Blacker, Susan M. — Greenbelt; English. Blackmore, Gail M. — Pasadena; English — Mortar Board; Jud Board; Drama Wing; Outstanding Independent Sophomore Woman. Blackstock, Carole A. — Baltimore; Chemistry — KA n ; Dorm Orien- tation Chairman. Bladen, Jeanne L.— Beltsville; Food and Nutrition — ON; AAA; 4-H; Home Ec Club; Ag Council; Daydodger Big Sister. Blauch, James L. — Washington, D.C.; Sociology; HE; Arnold Air Society; Pershing Rifles; FOB; Gold Medal. Blicher, Michael Bliss, Jack C — Baltimore; General Business. Block, Nancy M.— Baltimore; French— Dorm Treas.; Chm. Pres. Convocation Comm., F.O.B.; Donn Sports. Blonlan, Judith Bloom, Barbara Bloom, Michael B. — Takoma Park; Personnel. Bloom, Susan Blum, Barbara L. — Baltimore; French Literature. Blumberg, Richard E. — Media, Pennsylvania; Zoology — Trail Club; Dorm Pres. Blomenthal, Donna L. — Washington, D.C.; Art — Dorm Soc. Chmn.; Art League; Old Line Rep. BInzer, Nathan — Baltimore; Electrical Engineering — TBri; HKN; IEEE. Bobb, Emanuel — Washington, DC; Psychology — TE . Bocinec, Lawrence P. — Brackenridge, Pennsylvania; Marketing; AEH; SAM. Bodkin, Carolyn B. — Warren Township, New Jersey; Early Child- hood Education — A ; Ski Club, Newman Club. Bodtcomb, James V. — Hagerstown; Electrical Engineering — TBII; riKN; HS, VP; Dorm Activities. Boesch, Kathryn L. — Kensington; Social Studies Education — AFA; Orchestra. Boggan, Lois A. — Silver Spring. Bandy, Burt R. — Silver Spring; Public Relations — TE ; M-CIub; DBK Sports Staff: Varsity Swimming Team. Bonnett, Barbara L.— Baltimore; English — AE$. Boring, Barbara A. — York, Pennsylvania; Marketing. Borsky, Arthur — Silver Spring; Music. Boruta, Gertrude M. — Silz, Austria; Secondary Education — Dorm Activities. Bosma, Robert M. — University Park; Finance — Newman Club; Greenbelt Amateur Radio Club. Boswell, Margaret A. — Towson; Secretarial Education — Xe; Jud. Board; Dorm Pres. Bothwell, Christopher L. — Cheyenne, Wyoming: History. Bottom, Gordon R. — Hyattsville; German — Chapel Choir; German Club. Bottoms, William T. — College Park; Electrical Engineering — AS$; HKN; IEEE. Botzin, Marc H. — Silver Spring; Finance — Pre-Law — SA, Sec ' y; Intramurals. Boulay, Frances L. — Baltimore; History. Bourgeois, Barbara M. — Catonsville; Government Politics — KAS; AAA; 11 EA; Sr Class Scc ' v: Jr Cl.iss Lee VP; Dorm Pres. Bowder, Inga L. — Bethesda; Government Politics — AAA; 11 2A; Diadem: DBK. Boyce, Richard Boyd, Howard Boyer, Robert N. — Takoma Park; Philosophy Club; Pre-Law Club; DeMolay Club. Boyle, Diane F. — Washington, DC; Sociology. Brafman, Marsha L. — Baltimore; Elementary Education — Dorm Activities: SNEA: WRA: Hill Area Rep.; PSS. Braiterman, Stuart N. — Baltimore; Economics — SAM; Young Democrats: Economics Discussion Club. Brandt, Norman Branyan, Jane A. — Cheverly; Elementary Education — Dorm Ac- tivities. Brattawaite, Peter — Baltimore; Historv — YAF; Young Republicans. Braver, Sharon R. — Silver Spring; Early Childhood Ed.— Dorm Activities. Bredekamp, Joseph H. — Landover HiUs; Mathematics — IIME; HE: K . Breighmer, Russell Brewer, Margaret E. — Silver Spring; Art History — Newman Club. Brewer, Scott C. — Timonium; Government Politics — Freshman Lacrosse. Brickman, Sharon G. — Chevy Chase; Speech and Hearing Science — SAH; Dean ' s List. Brien, Nancy L. — Waynesboro. Pennsylvania; Advertising — AC IT; Flying Follies; SGA Treas.; SUB Treas.; Women ' s Glee Club. Brill. Sandra Brisker, Henry C. — Washington, D.C.; Electrical Engineering: IEEE. Broadwater, Sandra S. — Frostburg; English — Women ' s Press Club; WMUC; Dorm Activities. 432 Brockman, I.ora Jane Brodsk , Kkhard F. — Silver Spring; Public Administration — AKll . J[ ( l.iss Mc-ns LiMgiic. Ilrudtlak, Ihomas A.— Fcrndiilc; English. Brf k.s. Sliurun E. — Dcncon; Economics — AAA; AAA K ; HAS; Honois t onvcKalioii, Dc.ins L.M; AVVS, lnlr.imur;ils. Broume, Susan Brough. Elizabelb A. — Canandaigua, New York; History — £K, Social Ch.urm.m; AWS; FOB; Dorm Jud Board. BrouRhton, Elmwood Bruuilk ' t. Ccurge H.— Towson; Pwcholoiis— ATQ, Scc ' y. IPC Rep.; Free Stale; SGA Cultural Comm.; FOB Sponsor; Men ' s league; Mios Sho Comm ; Dorm. Vf Brown, Billy J. — Darlington; Geography — Weight Lifting; Judo Club; Intramurals; r«E. Brown. Douglas L. — Wheaton; Transportation. Brown, Gary L. — Woodsiown. New Jersey; International Affairs — Dorm. RA. Soc. Chmn.; Ski Club; Spanish Club. Brown, Gerald W. — HyattsviUe; Agronomy — AZ; Agronomy Club. Brown, Janel M. — Rockville; Journalism — KTA; National Society of Inlerior Design. Brown. Judith A. — Darlington; Physical Therapy. Brown. Jo Ann Brown, Richard T. — Howard County; English— Dorm Treasurer. Brown, Sharon Browne, Helene Brucker, Alexander J. — Silver Spring; Psychology — TE ; Red Cross Drive. TEP-IFC Sing Conductor, Fall Greek Week; House Rules Committee. Brudcr. Roslyn Brudzcnzinskl. Waller J. — Stratford, New Jersey; History — SX, I ' ; in ; Ok) 1 me Bruns. Barbara Brver, Robert J. — Silver Spring: Aerospace Engineering — 2X; AlAA Buccinna Jo-Anne C. — New York, New York; English — Dorm Jud. Board. Bucco. Merle E. — West HyattsviUe; Early Childhood Education. Buckler. Leo Buckler. Margrel Bunnell. .Arlene — Baltimore; Botan.v — Christian Fellowship. Burbank. Bonnie E. — Milford. Connecticut; Social Studies — SHARUM; Dorm VP; Big Sister; Denton Complex Council; RHC. Burcbelt, Larry Burdetle Joseph B. — Belhcsda; Industrial Education — Amateur Radio Assn.; Am. Ind. Arts Assn.; UCA. Burgess, Forbes H. Frederick; Accounting — Complex Treas.; Dorm Schi larship Comm. Burgess. Patty Buretnrf. George H. — EUicott City Psychology — Choir. Burke. Anne R. — Laytonsville; English. Burke, F. Josephine — Bethesda; Psychology — AAA; Diadem; Mor- tar Board; IiK; VMH; AWS; Newman Club. Bumette, David F. — Silver Spring; Transportation and Traffic Management — ANA. Bumey, Paulette F. — Rockville: Economics — Xe; International Club. Trens.; CPO. Scc ' y; Newman Club. Bumoles, Waller H. — Baltimore; Marketing — Dorm Treas.. House Rules Comm., Soc Chm.; Football; M Club; Newman Club; Glee Club Bums. Kathryn R. — Towson; Speech — Flying Follies; UCA; Var- siiv Card Section; CEC. Rurrough. Garry Rurrell. Janet M.— EUicott City; English. Burrows, Donald M. — Caracas, Venezuela; Latin American Area Stiiclics— Dean ' s List; Dorm: VP, Exec Comm.; DBK; People-to- Peorlc; DIAMONDBACK Service Key. Burtis, Peter J. — Binghamton, New York; Labor Relations and Rustamante, Arturu — Arequipa, Peru; Electrical Engineering — IEEE; Inlernalional Club. Butcher, Robert Butts, Larry — Baltimore; Physical Education— Varsity Baseball. Calder, Sharon Caldwell, James ! Stv ' v. Jud Boarc ( omm.; AFROTC. Cambridge, David J. — Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Political Science — ' K ' ; a::a: iirA. Campbell, David D.— Takoma Park; History. Campbell. Patrick B. — Langley Park; Economics Education — Newman Club Campbell. Robert D.— Rockville; Public Relations — Ae. Pres.; IFC; Placement Comm.; Old Line; DBK. Capelle. Robert A. — Silver Spring; Physical Education — i:K; PE Club; Frosh Swimming; Ski Club; Gymkanna; Weightlifting Club. Capet, Rhoda — Cheverly; Early Childhood Education — SAI: MENC. Caplan, Ilene — Baltimore; Elemen ' a ' -v Education; Dorm. VP; Dorm, Sec ' y; Hill Council Coiran.; TSS Social Chmn. Chaplain. Caponiti, Carol Ca raseh, Rona Carbonem, Annette — Ridgefield, New Jersey: Early Childhood Education— rri: Sec ' v; Dorm. Pres. and VP; Newman— AO Club. Cardona. Flora — Havana, Cuba; Spanish — International Club; Newman Club. Carlsen, Robert Carney, Rodger S. Caron, Alfred — Silver Spring; General Business and Public Ad- ministration — Varsity Track " Team; Jr. Varsity Track Team. Carr, Crickett — Washington, DC; Elementary Education — KAB; Free State. Trcis.; FOB. Chm. Carvel. Eugene Carson, Jaeki 433 E s ' Carter, James — Berwyn, Pennsylvania; Chemical Engineering — nKA; FOB; Dmk Sales; Free Stale Delegate; Jr. Prom. Publicity Chmn. Carter, Maurice — Baltimore; Civil Engineering — ASCE. Caruso, Ronald Castrovillo, Eugene J. — Haddon Heights, New Jersey; Physical Education — P.E. Club. Pres.; M-Club; Student Ass ' t Athletic Trainer. Centa, Sylvia — Takoma Park; Elementary Education — SNEA. Chaconas, Irene — Silver Spring; Institution Administration. Chadnick, Janice — Chillum; English — Glee Club. Chadwick, Marilyn — Orangeburg, New York; English. Chalker, Judith — Kensington; Science Education — Newman Club. Personnel Chmn. Chan, Steve — Hong Kong; Electrical Engineering — TB IT ; KKN; Dorm. Treas.; Chinese Club, Pres.; International Club; IEEE: Dean ' s List. Chancy, Aianna — Laurel; Personnel Management. Chantkers, Arthur — Greenbelt; Information Systems — Dorm Exec. Council; House Rules Comm.; Cupid ' s Frug, Chmn.; Dorm Homecoming Chmn.; Cultural Comm. Chmn. Chapman, Edith — Baltimore; Home Economics — r B. Chardon, Ruth H. — Ponce, Puerto Rico; Accounting — SAM; Ac- counting Club. Ctaasanow, Myma — Greenbelt; Home Economics Education — Home Ec. Club. Chase, Linda — Silver Spring; Elementary Education — AXQ; Angel Flight; FOB Co-Chmn.; Jr. SGA Legislature; AWS Bridal Fair; First Runner-Up Soph. Prom Queen; ATQ Campus Chest Queen Candidate. Chavrid, Alexander — Greenbelt; Economics — Economics Club. Choin, Linda — Towson; Home Economics — SHARUM; Dorm Sec ' y; Dorm Pres.; rsS: Dorm Jud Board. Chotiner, Nancy — Bowie; Public Relations — 2S Pres.; Diadem; Diamond; PanHel. Pres.; AWS; Senior Class Legislature; M-Book Section Ed.; President Convocation Comm.; Outstanding Sorority Woman. Chomodolsky, Andry Christer, Michael Christner. Ellen Christiansen, Janice — Maywood, New Jersey; Early Childwood Education— SNEA; Altar Guild; Aqualiners; Terrapin Ski Club; SU Bowling League. Christopher, Robert Chu, Anne — Dar-es-Sa!aam. Tanzania; Social Science and Library Science — KA U ; University Choir; International Club; Chinese Club; Dorm. House Chmn.; Intervarsity Christian Fellowship. Ciotola, Ouida L. — Baltimore; General Home Economics. Cissel, Eileen — University Park; English — AT; Diamond. Activities Chm,; Central S ' lident Court: SGA Flmnce Comm.; People-to- People; Summer Orientation Sponsor; Cultural Comm. Citron, Matthew — Silver Spring; Civil Engineering — EA. Clancy, George Jr.— Hyattsville; English. Clancy, Patrick — Hvattsville; Government and Politics — . XA: Chief Justice. Student Traffic Court; Pre-Law Club; Political Science Club; Student Rep. Senate Faculty Comm.; Free State. Clark, Augustus Clark. Jackie E.— Beverly, Ohio: Science Education — Ae; OAK; Varsity Basketball; Varsity Baseball: M Club. Clark. Stephen Clarke, Bruce A. — Silver Spring; Government and Politics — Flying Follies. Oarke, James Clarke. Maureen E. — Takoma Park: General Business — UCA. Soc. Chm., Historian, Parliamentarian. Clarke, TonI M. — Silver Spring; Elementary Education — KKP; Bridal Fii-- Booth, Chm. Clears. J. Edear C -Hnd. Robert Cliff, Barbara L. — College Park: General Home Economics. Clopton, Bryan E. — Chevy Chase; Accounting. Cobum. Carole R. — Silver Spring; English— AE . Pres.; Diamond: TERRAPIN. Cohen, Arlcne L. — Silver Spring; Elementary Education — SAT: Hillel; SNEA; M Book; FOB; Bridal Fair Comm. Cohen, Barbara L.— Rpihesda; Social Studies- SHARUM. Sec ' y: Dorm. VP. Sec ' v; RHC Rep.; Sec ' v Workshop. Chm.: VMH. Cohen, Edward E. — Silver Spring; Chemistrv — Amer. Chcm. Soc. prp,. Cohen. Eileen F. — Baltimore; Speech Hearing Science — SAH; Dorm Bi-! Sister. Cohen, Joyce S. — Silver Spring: Sociology — SAT; Flving Follies; AWS EIpc, Board; People-to-People: Sr. Prom. Prog. Chm.: Homecoming, Cohen, Leslie Cohen, Mark P. — Baltimore: Government Politics — Dorm. comm.; Tntramurals. Cohen, Mitchell N. — Silver Spring: Economics and Pre-Law. Cohen. Norman E. — Riltimore; Chemistry— Dorm. Comm.. Chm.: House Rules Comm.; Jud Chm. Cohen. Ponqld Cohen, Sylvia M.— Baltimore; Journalism— WRA; Woman ' s Intr.i- murals: Hillel Comm.; Dorm. Comm. Cohn, L. Marc — Baltimore; Accounting — AEIT; IFC Rep. Cohn, Marc Cohn, Michael Colh. Michael A. — Washington. D.C.: PsvcholoBV Pre-Dcntistrv — 2A. Ass ' t Pledge Master; VX; TERRAPIN: Pre-Dent. Club: C.k. Wk. Coleman, Donald Col-S. R!rh " d Collins, Bobby M.— Willinpboro, NJ.; Marketing— Varsity Foot- ball; M-Club: AMA; Dorm, Sec ' y. Collins, Michael J. — Baltimore; Electrical Engineering— IT KA; IEEE: Terrapin Ski Club, Collisou, Gary H. — Baltimore; Civil Engineering — TBII; Xb; ASCE, Cominsky. Ronald J. — Monongahela. Pennsylvania — AZ. Chan- cellor. Agronomv Club: Aori. Cnun,: Dean ' s List, Comproni, Arnold J. — Greenbelt; Education for Industry— SAM; Commuters Assoc, Conkim, Edwa ' d M.— Rockvillc: Animal Science, Connely, Gary D. — Arnold, Neb,; Transportation — ANA. 434 Cunnnr. Mary Conway, Kathleen J. — Whiitier, California; English Education — Jud Board; AVVS Oiphaiis E ' arty. took. Klltn N.- I) ( : 1 Ununtary Hdiitaliim— r.ST; SNEA. C ' uok. Stephen R.— Takoma Park; English— SUB, Pcrfurminij Arts C hm , Social Comm., txcf Board; Calvert Debate; DIAMOND- BACK. C ioke. Carol Cooper, Cary M. — Bethesda; Mechanical Enitinecring — ATO; THII. Rec. Scc ' y; UTS, Corrcs. Scc ' y; Who ' s Who Comm.; ASML. Cooper. PatrIek M. — West Hyattsvillc; Conservation — Vandcnbcrg C.iiard Cooper. Virginia 1..— Salisbury; Sociology— SK. Rec. Scc ' y; Dia- mond; AWS; lOB. Trcas.. Social Chmn.; Old Line; Jr. Sr. from, I ' ublicily Chmn.; Panhel. Copensplre. Joan T.— Baltimore; Social Studies Education. Coppace, Susan E. — Cheverly; Psychology — AT; AAA; Diadem; I ' anhtl Council. Corkran, Bea Corl, Jerry L. — Baltimore; Marketing — Dorm, VP, Sec ' y. Scholar- ship Chm.. Momccoming Float Chm.; SAM. Coslley, Carolyn L. — Marlow Heights; Spanish Literature. Couchman, David H — Silver Spring; Personnel Management — ODK; SHAKIM. Hill Ani Council. Prcs.. Comm. Chm.; RA; RHC; Dean ' s I iM. SIIAIIRI ' M. Prcs. Counts. Yvelle L. Aberdeen; Elementary Education— TBS, VP, Scc ' v; Symphonic Band; Color Guard; Aqualiners. Cowgill, Marylee E.— C.Un Dale; Animal Science— Block Bridle; UCA; WRA; Livestock Judsiing Team. Cowman, Brian W. — Baltimore: History — AXA; Jr. Prom, Decora- tions Comm. Chmn.; Young Rep. Cox, Judith ore; Government Politics — Dorm, Pres., 1 ' Chm.; Newman Club; University Public ini Homecoming Poster Comm. -Damascus; Agriculture Education — APR; Coyle, James F.— Baltim Social Chm., Committee Relations Comm ; Alun Cramer IV, Charles B.- AZ; Colkniatc FFA. Cramer. Gregory Cramer, Majorie A. — Hyattsvillc; History. Craven, Catherine E. — D.C.; Nursing. Crawford, Dorothy A.— Chelmsford, Massachusetts; Speech Thera- py — KA8, Pres.; SAH; Diamond; VMH; Soph. Prom, Comm. Chm. Spring; Education, ivil Engineering — ASCE. crsdale; Zoology— Pre-Med Society; Crawford, Patrieia S. — Silv Crawley. James E. — D.C.; Creegan. William J.— R I ' CA Creelman, Donna L. — Hvatlsville; Elementary Education. Crisafulli. Frank A. — Bethesda; Marketing. Croll. William A., Ill — Glen Bumie; Marketing— Basketball; Dorm. Exec Council. Athlete of the Year; Newman Club. Cronin, Mary J. — Aberdeen; Sociology — Women ' s Chorus; Dorm, Scc ' y. Cross, John D.. Jr. — Coitons Point; Elementary Education. Crossfield, Cathleen R. — Silver Spring; Elementary Education — AWS Big Sister; Fresh. Prom Comm.; University Choir. Crowther. Nancy L. — Baltimore; Interior Design — AOn, Treas.; TERRAPIN; M Book; FOB; NSID; TSS. Cunningham. Jacqueline Cunningham. Joseph E. — Eckhart Mines; Civil Engineering — XE; ASCE; House Rules Comm. Curran, Mary Jane — Kensineton; History. Curtis. Hank — Kensington; English; Calvert Review. Curtis. John Daekman. Elliol— Baltimore; Marketing — ZBT; Intramurals. Dalton, Francis E. — Rainbow Lakes, New Jersey; Accounting- BAY. VP; UPS; K ; Veterans Club. Daly, Nioa Daly. Patricia Damieo, Frank Daniel David J. — Baltimore; Science Education — Dorm House Rules; Dorm Scholarship. Daniel. MItnick Danoff, Marsha — Baltimore; French — French Club, Pres.; Dorm Jud B.-ard: Hillcl. Puh, Chm.. Cultural Chm.; Intramurals. Dasholf. Arnold — Baltimore; Sociology — SA; Sociology Club. Pres.; Radio Television Workshop; Dorm Cultural Comm. House Improvcmcnl Comm.; Pharmacy Club. VP; Hill Area Council. Dining Hall Comm. Daugherty. Maurice W., Jr. — Crisfield; Governments Politics — Veterans Club; Dorm Social Chmn. Daughtnn. Sandra L. — Baltimore; French — Chamber Chorus. Davis, Carolyn R. — Beltsvillc; Elementary Education — rSS, Rec. .Sec ' v. Davis, Catherine M. — Silver Spring; Psychology — TX; UCA; VMH; Student ITnion Hospitality Comm. Davis. Constance E. — Bethesda; Spanish — A , Social Chmn.; Chapel Choir; Ski Club. Davis, Dann Davis, E. LInwood — Mardela; Mechanical Encineering — ASME, Pres.; Dorm Prcs.; Engineering Open House Chmn.; ASME Re- gional Chmn. D-«Tis, J- me5 V. — Annapolis; Sociology — Dorm VP. Davis, Joan E. — Timonium; Information System Management — iT ' Xft; SAM. Davis. Linda J. — Somerset. Pennsylvania; Physical Education — THS; Majorettes. Capt.; P.E. Majors ' Club, Sec; Marching Band; ,. ppr»ntice Modern Dnnce Group: Jud Board. Davidson. Gloria — Cheverlv — Social Studies. Davidson. Robert B. — Military Studies. Davies. Russell E. — Adelphi; Government Politics. Day. Herbert F. — Island Creek; Electrical Engineer — IEEE. Day. John H.— Bethesda; Marketing; AMA. Day. Robert C. — Cheverly; Transportation — ANA. Deacon. Diane H. — Baltimore; Interior Design — Home Economics Club; NSID; Dorm Social Chmn. Dean, Rudolph DeCosmo, Michael J. — Cherry Hill, New Jersey; Zoology — Varsity Basketball; Pre-Med Society. DeFina, .Maurizio E. — Brooklyn, New York; Electrical EriKineer- ing— IEEE. Deitz, Carol J. — Baltimore; Home Economics Education — A " ! " Rush Chm. Standards Board; Dorm Comm.; Jr. Prom Comm. ' Deilz, Sheila R. — Hyattsville; Psychology — A E, Pres., Recordmg Scc ' y; Mortar Board; Diamond; Diadem; TX; Sr. Class VP; Jr Legis.; SGA. DeLauder, Robert S. — Jefferson; Agricultural Education — Arp- AZ; FFA. Pres.; Ag. Council; 4-H Club; Block and Bridle; Band! Dellavaile, Jacques A. — Hyattsville; Advertising. DeMatteis, Mary Jo — Rockville; Public Relations — II AE; Women ' s Press Club; DBK; Dorm Committees; DIAMONDBACK Key. Deema, James J. — Wheaton; History — Pre-Law Club; Young Denny, George D., Jr. — La Plata; English Education — Dean ' s List. De Porter, Mary DePrenda, Peggy E. — Rockville; Art — Newman Club; Dorm, Big Sister, Academic Comm., Homecoming Comm.; Frosh. Prom Comm. Desind, Herbert S.— Silver Spring; Speech— DIAMONDBACK: WMUC. DesRockes, Constance P. — Baltimore; Speech Therapy — KAS, Rush Chm.. Song Leader; SAH; Diamond; M. Book. Devereaux, John P. — Kensington; Mechanical Engineering — 11 T2: ASME. DeVore, Chester A.— Greenbclt; Education for Industry— ASTME; SAM. DeWeese, William R. — Lakewood, Ohio; Government and Politics. DeVoung. Edith H. — West Milford, New Jersey; Art Education — KA n ; rSS, Alum Sec ' y; Intramurals; Dorm, House Manager, Exec. Council. Dicken, Gerald M. — Washington, D.C.; Psychology. Dickerson, Regina Dickey, David P. — Business Administration. . . Dickman, Marilyn B. — Baltimore; Early Childhood Education — SNEA; Spring Weekend Comm. Chm. Dijanni, Joseph — East Riverdale; Transportation — ANA; Intramural Football. Basketball; Cropellor Club, Sec ' y; ROTC. Dillon, James DiPersio, Joseph R. — Aberdeen; Microbiology — SAO. Dirzoukian, Sosse — Hyattsville; French. Diskin Sheldon D. — Baltimore; Psychology — Pre-Dent Club; Dorm, Soc. Comm. Dorren, Ira C. — Brooklyn, New York; History — Young Demo- crats; Symphonic Band. Dobres, Howard L. — Baltimore; Chemistry — AXS; ACS. Dohrzykowski, William E. — Glen Bumie; Accounting — Account- ing Club; Drama Wing; Intramurals. Dodds, Lexa Doemer, Martha Doggin, Joseph Domingus, Betty J. — Silver Spring; Physical Education — AX, Pledge Trainer; AWS. Donahue, Edward Donnelly, Melvin Dopp, Judith R. — Mt. Clemens, Michigan; Physical Education — SAE; WRA, Extramurals; Clinic for Special Children; Officiating. Dorenfeld, Alan S. — Baltimore; Civil Engineering — SAM; XE; ASCE; AlAA; Intramurals. Dougherty, Edward Dowling, Waller E., Jr. — Pasadena; General Biological Sciences. Downey, Carolyn — Williamsport; Elementary Education — Dean ' s List; Dorm Activities. Downie, Rolinda J. — Bethesda; Secondary Education — SNEA; Diogenes Society; Dean ' s List. Draper, Thomas Drees, Herbert Drinane, Pamela J. — Catonsville; Mathematics — SUB Dance Comm.; Certificate for Outstanding Achievement. Dubel. Donald DuBois, Jacques H. — Silver Spring, Foreign Area — 2AE. Duckman. Robert M.— New York, New York; Radio and TV- IT AE; WMUC. Station Manager, Program Director; Frosh Ten- nis; AIIE Broadcasting Award. Duffy, Mary Michael— Bowie; English— DIAMONDBACK; Crea- tive Writing Club. Duggan, Edward P — Silver Spring; History — Economics Discussion Club. Duley, Patrick Duncan, Ann M. — Tantallon; Political Science — Woman ' s Press Club. Duniho, Michael A. — Dallas, Texas; General Studies. Dunn, Judy Durrelt, James D. — Rockville; Marketing — ASQ, VP, Treas., Rush Chmn., Historian; Dorm, House Rules, Improvements; ROTC. Dustin, Betty J.— Burtonsville; Physcial Therapy — BAE; Gym- kana; Am. Physical Therapy Assoc. Dutterer, Dennis A. — Westminster; General Business — S8E, Pres.; Kalcgethos, VP; The Greek, Ed. in Chief; DIAMONDBACK; IFC, VP. Duvall, Lorce Earhart, Robert Earles, Marcie J. Paonia. Colorado; Commerce. Earnest, Kathryn L. — Virginia Beach. Virginia; History — AAII, Standards Chmn., Jud. Board; Swim Club; Ski Club. Eaton, Eric L. — Rockville; Conservation — AZ, Treas., Chronicler, Nat ' l Rep.; Chapel Choir; Dorm, VP, Improvements, Scholarship, Rules. Eherlin, Cheryl F. — Baltimore; French — KAII; Dorm, Pres., Treas.; AWS; French Club; Hillel. Eckert, William A. — Baltimore; Government and Politics. Ediovitch, Frances Jo — Takoma Park; Physical Education. Edmunds. Evelvn P.— Silver Spring; Psychology— KK . Pledge Trainer, Skit Night; Bridal Fair. Edwards, Kathleen F. — Indianhead; Nursing. 436 Edwards. Katbryn A. — Lanham; Accounting. Kdwards. Marvorenc Kdwjrds, Nancy R. — Silver Sprinft; Sociology — Sociology Club. Complix C ' C ' omm. Euan, Michael — Ft. Laudcrd:ilc. Florida; Economics — Debate Club. VP, Pres.; Newman Club. Treas.; Pep Club; Adiai Steven- son Memorial Debating Award. F.KlIn, Faye Elbel, Richard H.— Hyattsvillc; Economics — ASH; Economic Dis- cussion Club; Young Republicans Club. Elland. H. B. — Daytona, Florida; Mechanical Eniiincering — KS; ASME. Men ' s League; Dorm Treas. Einblnder, Rosalind — Silver Spring; Early Childhood Education; ihllel Einscblag. Lana — College Park; Business Administration — Dean ' s list ElsberK, John C— Wesminster; Electrical Engineering — TH II ; HKN Elsenberg. Alan M. — Baltimore; Economics; SA. ElsenbvrK, Susan Eiserrike, Howard M. — Silver Spring; Mathematics — MME. Elster, Warren K. — Gaithersburg; Economics — Dorm House Im- provements Conim. Ekrem, Sandra L. — Oxon Hill; Elementary Education — Tennis; SNEA; Ski Club; Riding; Fencing Club. Ekstrand. Laurie E. — Cambridge; Government Politics. Elam, Carol ! 1. — Silver Spring; Home Economics Education — ON; Bridal Fair Arrangements Chmn.; AHEA; College Casino. Eldridge, Robert F. Jr.— Rockville; Governments Politics— K i 1)K; ROTC. I.IM, Ellenes, Torvald H. — Landover; Chemistry. Ellington. Kenneth T. — Silver Spring; Marketing. EUlott, William D.— Feder.ilsburg; Psychology — Dorm. Tn tramurals: Freshman Track Team. Ellison, Diane B. — Silver Spring; Government Politics- Democrats. Sec ' y, VP; Political Science Club. Elsberry, Robert Embrey. Elaine Emel. Laurie J. — Chester, New Jersey — Criminologv; AXO; Mor- tar Board; Flying Follies; Chamber Chorus; Harmony Hall. Emmet, Robert — Chew Chase; History — Golf Team Mgr.; M Club; Newman Foundation. Endres, Arthur — Landover Hills; Sociology. End.slow, Katherine Eppard. Georgia Epstein, Charlotte Epstein, Joan F.— Bethesda; Education; Dorm. Jud Board. Pho- tographer; Free State Comm.; Spring Weekend Comm.; WRA. Epstein, Merle H. — Baltimore; Early Childhood Education. Epstein, Michael Erlanger, Kathleen A. — Baltimore; Early Childhood Education — Spring Weekend Chmn. Evans, Bobbi A. — Baltimore; Government and Politics — AXfi, Sec ' y; Diadem; Diamond; II AE; DIAMONDBACK. Business Mgr.. OfRce and Circulation Mgr.; FOB; Free Stale. Everett, -Mary Ewing, Robert A. — Bladensburg; Electrical Engineering — TB n ; HKN; IEEE; UCA. Eyster, Nancy Ezrlne, Alan B, — Baltimore; Business and Public Administration — ZHT; Intramurals. Fader, Marllynn J. — Louisville, Kentucky; History. Fagert, Richard L. — Rosenberg, Texas; Finance. Fahlbeck. Robert Faidley, Robert S. — Baltimore; English. Fair, Donald I., Jr.— Ml. Washmglon; Social Studies— SHARUM; Vandenburg Guard; Dorm. Pres.. Homecoming Chmn.. Exec. Comm.; Intramurals; Hill Area Council. Falin, Frederick C— Dundalk; Electrical Engineering — I H5:. Fanzone, Wayne — Baltimore; Electrical Engineering — 11 KA; Intra- murals. Farber, Anne Z. — Baltimore; Early Childhood Education — Dorm, Big Sister; Exec. Council; Outstanding Junior Woman. Farbman, Mark L. — Baltimore: English — TE . Pres., Historian; IFC, Court, Council; Blood Drive; Campus Chest. Farr, IVIaureen Faul, Harry E. — Baltimore; Mechatucal Engineering — Vandenburg Guard; ASME. Faulick, Larry Faulkner, Carol A. — Bethesda; Government and Politics — AAA; Angel Flight, Commander. Faust, Leroy M.— D.C.; General Business — AFROTC. Favaloro, Mary K, — Towson; Textiles and Clothing — TZS, Pres.. Rec. Sec ' y. 2nd VP; Dorm. Big Sister, Jud Board Fechter, . ' Vlaury J, — Silver Spring; Psychology — Dorm, Pres.; Hillcl Exec. Board. Felnberg, Marion Feland, Robley L. — Huntington, New York: Journalism — t SA. Officer; SUB; Young Republicans; DIAMONDBACK; Dorm. Officer. Feldman, Jane E.— Kensington; Sociology — Flying Follies; Sociol- ogy Club. Feldman, Paol S. — Baltimore; Engineering — SAM. Felsman, Robert J, — Silver Spring; Animal Sciences — AZ, Treas.: Block and Bridle. Felter, James Felter, Lawrence X. — Hyattsville; Business Administration — Cadet Leadership Academy; ANA. Felter, Ralph Fenwick, Terri 9 nfi, 437 IHAI flB Ferguson, Cbapin A. — Baltimore; Journalism — IIKA; DIAMOND- BACK. Ferguson, John Ferguson, Rutb M. — Belhesda; Social Studies Education — A , Pledge Trainer, V.P.; AAA; Diamond. Perkier, William Ferrara, Michael R. — Trenton, New Jersey; Accounting — 2X, His- torian, Scholarsiiip Clim.; Soph. Class Comm.; Intramurals. Ferrari, Gloria A. — Leonardtown; Microbiology — AAA; SAO; Dorm, Jud. Board, Academics Chm., Big Sister. Ferraro, Eugenia L. — Glen Rock, New Jersey; Advertising — DIA- MONDBACK; SUB. Fields, Ann F. — RoclcviUe; English Education — Skin Diving Club. Fields, David Fields, John Fillah, Connie Filloramo, Angelica M. — Mayo; Physical Therapy Psychology — APFA; Physical Therapy Club; Physical Terrapin. Finch, Sam B. — Avondale; Sociology. Finch, Vida Fine, Michael L. — Takoma Park; Zoology. Fineblum. Charl es A.— Baltimore; English— SAM, VP; IPC Ball Comm.; Intramural Golf; M-Book. Fingerhut, Barry K. — Silver Spring; Finance — En. Fink, Carol R.— Hyattsville; Sociology— A4 E, VP; AKA; VX; Diamond; Sociology Club; SGA Spring Weekend. Finnegan, Timothy E. — Baltimore; Electrical Engineering — HKN; Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. Firestone, Ken — Bethesda; Economics — KAM, VP, Pres.; EAX; Honors Dorm; TERRAPIN, editor; Diogenes Society, Pres.; DIA- MONDBACK; Deans List. Firmin, James E. — Takoma Park; Accounting — SX; Intramurals; Accounting Intern Program. Fishbein, Daria J.— Baltimore; English — A E, Social Chm.; SGA Cultural Comm.; AWS Cultural Comm.; Freshman Prom Comm.; Homecoming Comm. Fisher, Kenneth C. — Phoenix; Business and Public Administration — ATO; Soccer; Lacrosse; People to People; Dorm, Social Chm. Fisher, Robert E. — Kensington; Geography — Newman Club; In- tramurals; Veterans Club. Fisher, Thomas M. — Gaithersburg; Agriculture Ec onomics — ATQ Social Chm.; LBA; Dorm. Treas.; Intramurals. FLshler, Barry P. — Silver Spring; Journalism — ITAE; DIAMOND- BACK. Sports Editor. Fishman, Betty E. — Baltimore; Sociology — Sociology Club. Sec Treas.; Dorm. Homecoming Float Chm.; Free State; VMH. Fishman, Waller — Baltimore; Electrical Engineering — IEEE; 1 als Flanagan, Dennis F. — Oxon Hill; biochemistry — KT; AXS Flehinger, Rbona J. — Baltimore; elementary Education. Pres Fleming, Evelyn Fleming, Gerald Fleming, Lawrence Fleshman, Alice A. — Berwyn Heights; Home Economics Educa- tion—Ski Club; AHEA. Fletcher, Constance V. — Washington. D.C.; English. Flynn, Richard P. — Silver Spring; Civil Engineering — ASCE. Fogarty, Nancye Folk, Elaine L. — Lineboro; Textiles and Clothing — ATA. Pres.; Sorority Pres. Council, Pres.; TliS, Sr. Legislature; Panhel, Philanthropic Chm.; Symphonic Band. Foole, Mary Formwalt, Charles W. — Mayberry; Electrical Engineering — TBII; HKN; IEEE. Forrest, John Foster, Alice A. — Baltimore; Chemistry — Dorm Intramurals. Exec, Council. Foster, Joseph A. — Oxon Hill; Botany — UK ; Marching Band; Concert Band; AZ. Foster, Michel S. — RockviUe; General Physical Sciences — Chem. Honors Program. Foure, Lynne Fowler, James A. — Washington, D.C.; English Education — New- man Club; Baseball. Fowler, Marjorie H. — Rockville; English — Cambridge Complex Treas. Soc. Chm. Fowler, Richard Fox, Arthur L. — Baltimore; Electronic Engineering — Flying Fol- lies; Dorm Pres., House Improvement Chm.; Dorm Pres. Fradkin, Maury L. — Baltimore; Zoology — HS; S; Dorm Treas., VP; Pre-Mcd Society. Francies, Dianne — White Hall; Home Economics Education — Dean ' s List; Dorm, Homecoming Chm., Orientation Chm., Hall Pres., Campus Chest Rep. Frank, Martin Frank, Sandi L. — Baltimore; Social Studies Education — Dorm. Soc. Chm.; Spring Weekend, Sec, Co-Chm.; Hill Area Council Comm. Frankle, Heather Franz, Barbara D. — Reisterstown; Sociology — AK: Dorm Treas., Exec. Council, Big Sister. Chorus; Sociology Club. Frascino, Alda Frazier, Kent S. — College Park; Mathematics. Frazier, Norma J. — Baltimore; Microbiology — Big Sister Program. Frazzano. Ressa — Hyattsville; Executive Secretarial— I xe, Treas.; SAM. Fredericks, Stanley W. — Washington, D.C.; Accounting — Dorm, Intramurals, Float Comm., Rules Comm. Freedman, Jack H. — Baltimore; Sociology. Freedman, Stephen Freer, Joan Freitag, David G. — Kensington; Industrial Arts Education — Dorm Pres.. Treas ; Mobile Units Treas.; HRC Chm.; AlAA. Frew, James D,— Adelphi; Electrical Engineering— ATQ; HKN; Tlill; Who ' s Who Committee; IEEE; Dean ' s List. Frey, Nancy — Carlstadt, New Jersey; Home Economics. 438 Frey, W. E. — Aberdeen; Mathcmalics — Hill Area CounciU Dorm Exec. Cmincil. Incramurals. Krlek, Kathleen A.— District Heights; Elementary Education. Fried. FruncKs Fried, Sharon A.— Baliimorc; French— TltS; University Band; Hillel; Dorm Big Sister; Dean ' s List. Friedel, John M.— Baltimore; Geography — Gymkana Troupe, VP; Best Trouper Award; Dorm Intramurals Friedman, Stephen A. — Silver Spring; Finance— Dorm IntramuraK Frlnger. Martha L. — Baltimore; English Literature. Frlshte. I awrincc W.— Silver Spring; General Business. Frit . Mtxn I . -Riverdalc; Physics — Newman Club; Bridge Club; DIAMONDII M K. Fr e, Howard L. — Whcaton; English. Fukuda, Klmiko A. — Hyattsvillc; Elementary Education — KKI " ; Cultural Chm.; People-to-Pcople. Fuller, David B.— Silver Spring; Economics— AS n ; Prcs., VP; AM A; Ski Club. Fuller, Sandra K. — Hagcrstown; Sociology — Dorm Jud. Bd. Chm.; WRA; Jud Council Secy. . . „ Funk, William M.— Memphis. Tennessee; Foreign Service — ATI); Intr.imurals; Pcoplc-to-People. Furlney. Charles D.— Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania; Economics — ATA, Corrcs. Sec. Athl. Director; Grecian Columns Rep.; Intramurals. Fullcrman, Steven H. — Silver Spring; Psychology — i:A. Soc. Chm., Rec. Sec; IFC Pub. Comm., Greek Week Chm.; TERRA- PIN „ Fuzo, Marguerite P. — Woodstock. New York; Speech Therapy— AP; SAII; TERRAPIN; AWS; WRA; Honors Convocation. Gaffney. Michael J. — Sh.-imrock. Texas; Agronomy. Gairoard. Virginia S.— Baltimore; English— AWS Big Sister; Per- forming Arts Comm.; Homecoming Comm. Gaizband. Marilyn S. — Silver Spring; Elementary Education. Gall, Nancy Gallagher. Florence M, — Washington, D.C.; English — Newman Cluh; Younc Democrats. Gailihugh, Benjamin J, — New Madison. Ohio; Psychology — A n; VK. Gallo, Ronald Galiun, Gerald H, — Hyattsville; Personnel Management — ROTC. Gamage, John W. — Silver Spring; Physical Education. Gans, Su.san— Chevy Chase; Fine Arts. Gariilz, Robert E. — Cumberland; English — Newman Club. Garmey, Jovee — West Hyattsville; Sociology — FSS; UCA, Sec ' y, Membership Chm.; AWS Big Sister. Gamer, Joyce Gamer, Patricia E. — University Park; Elementary Educatit Finance — Young Republicans; Ski New York; Business Management Garrett. John L — Annapolis; Club. Garrett. Martha Garrison. William S.— Waldi —SAM Gary. James Gass, Joseph Gaudio, June C. — Brooklyn. New York; Drama — Nafl. Collegiate Players; Diadem; UT; Flying Follies; SUB; Young Republicans. Gauthier. Charles L. — Washington. D.C.; General Business. Gayo. Christopher G. — Baltimore; Aeronautical Engineering. Geisler. Paul J. — Bethesda; Economics. Geissler. ' oIker R. — Hdmonston; Civil Eneineerinu — ASCE. General. Ellen A. — Baltimore; Early Childhood Education. Genut, Allan Gerdes, Wolfgang H. — Rockville; Foreign Affairs — Freshman Soc- cer; Intramural Basketball. Gerwe, Susan T. — Towson; Home Economics — AOIT; Blood Drive; Bridal Fair; TERRAPIN; House President. Gevins. Eileen B.— Baltimore; English— SDS. Gibbons, James S. — Lutherville; Business Administration — KA; ASH; AMA. Treas.; Ski Club: The Greek. Gibson. John W. — Irwin, Pennsylvania; Mathematics — Varsity Football; ACM. AE; VX; Chapel Choir; AWS Jud Board; Baptist SU; Big Sister; WRA. Gick, Joseph R. — Baltimore; Education for Industry — Vandenberg Guard; ASTME. Giflin. William E., Jr. — Hagerstown; Business Management- Dorm. Pres.. Soc. Chm.; Improvements; AMA; University Pub. Relations Comm. Cilkey. Diane Giiler. Lois L. — Baltimore; Elementary Education — Jr. Prom Comm. Gillespie, Ray K.— Takoma Park; Electrical Engineering — IEEE. Gingerich, Ginsberg, Albert I.— Baltimore; History— SAM; Golf Team; Pre- Med Club Gipe. David R. — Silver Spring; Mechanical Engineering — ASME. Given. Ronald Gla.vser. Marcia H.— Pikesville; History— DBK; Old Line; Dorm, Jud Board: Soc. Chm.: SUB. Glass, Charlene — Baltimore; Art Education — Art League; SUB; Big Sister. Glass, Ellen J. — Baltimore; English Education — KAII; Dorm. VP, Pres.; Campus Chest: College Casino; Spr. Wkend; Dean ' s List. Clazer, Stephen G. — Bethesda; Comparative Literature — H£; MiK: Dorm. Pres.. VP. Sec ' y. Jud Board; Honors Convocation. Gleason, Meg Glover, Gail V. — Cambridge: Home Economics. Glowitz, Robert J. — Randallstown: Zoology — Dorm, Scholastic Comm.. Exec. Comm.: Pre-Med Club. Goda. Ester D. — Chevy Chase: Government and Politics — AE . VP; TERRAPIN; FOB; Big Sister; People-to-PeopIe. inaKSw Goettee, David W. — Annapolis; Statistics and Economics — Univer- sity Choir; SAM; UCA; Economics Discussion Club. GofF, Marjorie S. — Baltimore; Home Economics Education. Goglio, Valrae C— Riverdale; Sociologv; SUB. Gold, Judith N.— Cherry Hill. New Jersey; Education— A E; KAO; AAA; SNEA; AWS Cultural Comm.. Orphans Party; Bi z Sister; Dean ' s List. Goldberg, Aaron — Baltimore; Marketing — AAS, Treas.; Hillel Foundation Pres.; AMA; SAM; Dorm Comm. Chm.; Intramurals; Hillel Gold Key. Goldberg, Betty Goldberg, Charles S. — Baltimore; Accounting — Pre-Law; $2A, Steward; Dorm Sec ' y; Jr. Prom Publicity Comm. Goldberg, Gerald — Silver Spring; Radio and Television. Goldberg, Linda B. — Washington, D.C.; Elementary Education — FOB Goldhagen, Paul E.— Silver Spring; Physics— HS; 2nS; Phy- sics Club. Goldman, Laura C. — West Hyattsville; Spanish; 2An. Goldman, Michele — Baltimore; English — AS; SGA Culture Comm.; AWS Cultural Comm.; Dorm VP. Goldsmith, James Goldstein, Marc Goldstein, Mark L. — Baltimore; Education for Industry — ASTME; Israeli Folk Dancing. Goldstein, Susan R. — Baltimore; Speech and Hearing Sciences — AE . Golev, Mary A. — Silver Spring; Art History — AAIT; Diamond; HAE; DBK, AD. Layout Ed.; FOB; M-Book. Golighty, John H. — Cumberland; Accounting — Intramurals. Good, William Goodwin, Yanela — Riversdale; Psychology. Gorban, Lawrence D. — Silver Spring; Government and Politics — ni:A; Dean ' s List. Gorden, Howard, 11! — Temple Hills; Physics — Gymkana; Physics Club; Anthropology Club. Gordon, Shirley D. — Temple Hills; Biological Sciences. Gorman, Edward H. — Baltimore; Chemistry — Aqualiners. Graham, Barbara E. — Magnolia, New Jersey; English — AT, Schol- arship Chm., Rush Chm.; Diamond; IIAE; People-to-People, Treas.; Who ' s Who Comm.; TERRAPIN; FOB; M-Book; Wood- row Wilson. Grahe, Wilbur A. — Baltimore; Philosophy; University Choir. Grambo, Francis F. — Silver Spring; Education for Industry; ASTME. Grambo, John E, — Hyattsville; Transportation. Grane, Richard Grant, Armond Grant, William E.— Berkshire; Chemical Engineering; AICHE; Scholarship Award. Graybeal, Alfred Green, Michael S. — Glen Bumie; Government and Politics; USA; Intramurals; Dorm Treas. Green, Sheldon — Baltimore; Accounting — BAT, Sec ' y, Tutoring Chm.; Dorm Sec ' y. Greenawalt, Rodgers Greenhaum, Martin — Greenbelt; Psychology — Hillel; Intramurals. Greenberg, Michael Greenhood, Kathy — Baltimore; Elementary Education — SS; Rush Chm., Soc Chm.; College Casino; AWS; Old Line. Greenspan, Robert — Silver Spring; Zoology — Philosophy Club; Ski Club. Gregory, Katherine — Hughesville; French— FSS; Dorm. Pres., Treas., Outstanding Soph., Orphan Chm.; Jr. Prom Comm.; Dean ' s List. Gresham, Sharon — Glen Burnie; Government and Politics — Dorm Sec ' y. Big Sisters; FOB; Invitations Chm. Soph, and Jr. Prom. Greville, Edgar — Washington, D.C.; Electrical Engineering — TBH; HKN; Ski Club. Greyerbiehl, Diane Griber, Ann — Baltimore; English — Homecoming Chm.; Orienta- tions Chm., Newman Club, Choir. Griffin, Patricia— Silver Spring; Phvsical Education — AE; 2TE; Shahrum; Dorm Pres.; WRA Treas.; Women ' s Hockey, Swim- ming. Lacrosse, Basketball. Grim, Barbara — Hyattsville; Mathematics; r$B; FSS. Diadem; Panhellenic Second VP; Sorority Treas.; Big Sister; Constitution Comm. Chm.; Panhellenic Recognition Key. Grindrod, Peggy — Severna Park; Social Science Education. Grobaker, Gary Groer, Anne — Silver Spring; Journalism — HAE; Sec ' y; SGA Leg- islature; Women ' s Press Club. Treas.; DBK News Board. Ed.. Copy Chief; Dorm Exec Council; Course Guide Section Ed.; Hearst Writing Award. Groseclose, Richard — Baltimore; Marketing. Grove, Dorothy — Hagerstown; Textiles end Clothing; ON; Col- legiate 4-H. Grove, Walter — Mt. Victoria; Industrial Education; Dorm Pres.; Mobile Unit Area Council; RHC; AlAA. Groves, Judy — Woodbine; Government and Politics; UCA; Young Republicans. Grundborg, Robert— Bethesda; Physics; SAME; Pershing Riflles; Terrapin Ski Club; NSPS. Guidotti, Wayne Guilfov. Thomas — Kensington; General Business. Gunde. Edward— Greenbelt; Industri?l Education; AIAA; VWCA; AFROTC. Gunther, Marlene — Home Economics Education. Guppy, Dianne — Silver Spring; Elementarv Education — rSSI; New- man Club; VMH; CEC; SNEA; Special Education Fellowship Senior Year Trainceship Program. Guth, Douglas— Baltimore; Electrical Engineering; IEEE; Intra- murals. Guy. Joseph — Leonardtown; Electrical Engineering. Haas, Susan— Baltimore; Elementarv Education— VMH; SNEA. Hackerman, Carl— Baltimore; Marketing— ZBT; NAPAL; SAC. Hackett, Donald— Eldorado; Music Education— M A; KKY; MENC; University Band Pres.. Treas. Hackman, R. — Bethesda; Interior Design; AF; College Casino; Sr. Gift Comm.; Career Convocation. Hagan, Michael — Bethesda; Economics — Newman Club. Haiien, Waller L.— Gaithcrsburg; Malhcmalits— UME; Baptist Studcm I num. HuKCrt, Huuh HaKKurd. Du«id Hale, Suzanne M. — Camp Springs; English — Dean ' s List. Hajiniihalls. Alec Haldcman, Joe W. — Wvst tlyatlsvillc; Astronomy — Physics Club; Fcncmg Club. Haldcman, Mary G. — Beihcsda; Spanish — SAfl; Fencing Club, Scc ' v, TrtMs ; Club Ibcroamcricano. Ilali itvi . Diirolhy Hanur. William C— Hyattsville; Electrical Engineering— TH II ; nil, St.i ( Inh. Iluniiuii, Nanci E. — Timonium; Fashion Design — Dorm Activities; Adv. and I J hlon Club. Hamralty. Eugene J., Ill — Honolulu, Hawaii; Sociology — £N, IF Oucen Pag., Homecoming Comm., Sec ' y, Pledge Master; TERRAPIN. Hansen, Bonnie L. — Culver City. California; Recreation. Hanson, Rubin G. — Fort Worth. Texas; Business Administration. Harding, Eugene H. — Rochester. New York; Government and Poluits— Ski Club. Harding, G. Kent — Ches.ipeakc, Virginia; Physics— KT. Pres., IFC Rep . IFC Comm. Hardisly, John T. — West River; Business and Public Administra- tion— Ae; AMA; SAM; Veterans Club. Hardwlch, Gcraltl C. — Towson; Marketing — AAS, Pres., Sec ' y.; AMA; Dorm. Academic Chm. Harley, John K. — Laurel; History. Hannsen, Patricia A.— Easton; Physical Education — +-11 Club; P,E. Maior ' s Club; Gymkana. Harner, Joyce L. — Baltimore; Personnel Management. Harper, Sharon G.— Baltimore; English Education — II H ; Angel Flight; FOH; .MBook Harper, William F. — Baltimore; Psychology — Ae; riS; Imra- murai i; Peopk-lo-People. Harrell, Glenn T.— Rockvillc; English— AOO; UCA; Pershing R.nes. Harris, John W.— Franklin Square. New York; Marketing— ATO, Pres.. VP; Kalegethos; Elections Board; Who ' s Who; Free State. Harris, Joseph Harri.son, David Harrison, Janet Harrison, Patricia A. — Baltimore; Elementary Education — MCF, Scc ' v, Soc Chm.; Dorm. Pres.. Treas., Jud Board; AWS. Exec. Comm ; L nivt-rsity Choir. Harrison. Priscilla G,— Ellicott City; English— SK; Angel Flight: Inform.moii Olticer. Harrison, Raymond B„ Jr, — Mooresville, North Carolina; General Business. Harrison, Trish Harry, Diana L. — Towson; History — A ; Sr. Prom Comm. Harry, Dwight Hart. Joanne Hart, Mildred R. — Kensington; Psychology. Harterl, Jacqueline F. — Silver Spring; Physical Education. Hartley, Charles W., Jr.— 2n: ASTME; SAM; SAME; IFC Rep. Hartley, Jill R. — Towson; English. Hartman, Nancy Harvey, Kay F.— Salisbury; English— Chapel Choir. Ha.ssetl, Robert J. — Takoma Park; Mechanical Engineering — THlr. II TS; ASME. Hassiinger, Donna L.— Baltimore; Sociology— AAA; WRA. VP, Sec ' y. Sports Day Chm., Banquet Chm.. Hockey, Capt.. La- crosse, Capt. Hassman, Mary E. — Geneseo. New York; English — Varsity Band. Hastings. James R. — Dclmar; Chemical Engineering— KKV; SHARUM; Denton Complex. Pres.; Dorm. Pres., Treas.; AICHE; Maithinp B.ind. Halwell, Mdia L.— Hyattsville; French- UCA. Harwell, Ronald J, — Hvattsville; Mechanical Engineering — OEIT; ■Soccer; Wrcslling; ASME. Hauck, John . , — Towson; English. Hauss, Beverly— Silver Spring; English— UT; Hillel; Course Guide. Hawkshaw, Mary Hayes, .Anne M. — Lanham; Art Education — HAS. Jud Board; Angel Flieht; Bridal Fair; WRA. Hayes, David P.— Rockville; Civil Engineering— A n, Pres.; ASCE. Scc ' v. Hayes, Kenneth O., Jr. — Washington. D.C.; Electrical Engineering —IEEE. Haynes, Sara Hazard, M. Sharon — Potomac; Eariy Childhood Education — Dorm. Exec. Council; WRA; Home Ec. Club; Newman Club; Big Sister. Headley. Ra.vniond F. — Palmer Park; Electrical Engineering- Inlr rals Headman, Joseph I. — Palmyra, New Jersey; Education — 17 KA. Headman, IXIichael W. — Palmyra, New Jersey; Government and Politics— nKA. Healy, Fdmund Healy. Irene Heam, William L. — Baltimore: Chemistry — ACS; Underwater Diving. rollege Park: Speech and Hearing Science. cm and Politics— n Heath, Mary K. Heckendorf. Jor Heckrolte, W-i ne L.— Baltimore; GovcmmenI and Politics— FI SA; Intramtirals; Dean ' s List. Hedden. Robert Heether. Carolyn Heelher. Ernest L.— Baltimore; History— SX; DIAMONDBACK; Intramurals; IFC. liL PW L( Heindenberg, Myma Heinbuch, Dennis V. — Rockville; Electrical Engineering; IEEE; Intramurals; Old Line Parly. Heisserman, Mary I. — Oxon Hill; English — Dorm Big Sister; Dean ' s List; Honors Convocation. Heller, Susan H. — Silver Spring; Sociology. Hendrickson. John E., Jr. — Hyaitsville; Journalism — SAX; riAE, Pres.; KAM; OAK; DBK, News Ed., Copy Chief. Heninger, Elizabeth Hennessey, Kathleen Henry, Clarice Henry, Kathleen M. — Chevy Chase; Secretarial Business Educa- tion — Aqualiners; Dorm Social Chm.; Angel Flight, Pledge Trainer. Henry, Mary E. — Riverdale; Personnel Management — SUB. Henschel, Victor R. — Silver Spring; Marketing. Henyon, Charles W., Jr. — Hyaitsville; Education for Industry — SAM; Ski Club. Hepfee, Franklin R. — Grampian, Pennsylvania; Physical Educa- tion — Wrestling Team. Hermann, Mary V. — Bethesda; Sociology — KA©; Angel Flight, VP; AWS Council; SGA Elections Board; VMH; Homecoming Co-Chm. Herndon. Aubrey Herrell, Stephen R.— Bethesda; Sociology— AWQ; Band. Herstone, llene. S. — East Orange, New Jersey; Elementary Educa- tion— $i;S. Treas.. Sec ' y; Mortar Board; Diadem; Diamond; KAri; Flying Follies. Treas.; SGA Election Board; M-Book; Jr. Prom Comm.; SGA Forum. Hess, Sally L. — Hagerstown; Early Childhood Education — Exec. Council. Hess, Virginia Hevner. Edwin J. — Union Bridge; Agronomy — Agronomy Club. Hickley, Timothy A. — Mobile. Alabama; Government and Politics. Hicks, Arnita — Baltimore; Spanish — Big Sister; Diadem; Dorm Treas.; Latin American Club. Hicks, Barbara D.— Wheaton; Art— AAA; FOB Chmn.. Dean ' s Reception; Chmn. Jr. Prom Dec; Spotlight Comm. Hickson, Harvey M. — Salisbury; Accounting — Accounting Club; Dorm Disciplinary Comm.; Intramurals. Hieber, Thomas W. — Greenbelt; General Business — AAS, Rec. Sec ' y; Young Repub. Club. Treas.; Ski Club. Higgins, Carol A. — Washington. D.C.; Elementary Education — AXQ. Rec Sec ' y, House Manager; WRA Treas.; FOB Chm.; Elections Board. Highstein. Michele — Baltimore; Socialogy — SAT; AKA; Dean ' s List; Women ' s Glee Club, Treas.; Dorm Academic Chmn.; VMH; SGA Elections. Hilinski, Stanley J.— Baltimore; Physical Education— A0; Fra- ternity Intramurals; P.E. Majors Club. Hill, Otway Hillman, Emily L. — Baltimore; Early Childhood Education — Dorm Activities. Himelfarb, EUen — Baltimore; Early Childhood Education — Dorm, Jud Board. Exec Board. Soc. Chm.; WRA; Intramurals. Hindin, Karen — Silver Spring; Economics. Hintze, Donald L. — College Park; General Business — 2N; Intra- murals; IFC Queen Pageant. Hitt, Betsey E.— Washington, D.C.; English. Hoffenberg, Lynn M. — Silver Spring; Early Childhood Education — $SS; Dean ' s List; Greek Week; AWS; President ' s Welcome. Hoffer, Jonne M. — Millersville. Pennsylvania; Home Economics Education — Dorm, Sec ' y, Jud Board; Big Sister. Hofford, Robert Hogan, Daniel J. — Riverdale; Social Studies. Hogan, William J. — Silver Spring, General Business — 2$E. Hoglund, Ruth Hohlbein, Lester H. — Gambrills; Business Administration. Hooke, Robert Holland, John — Riverdale; English. Holland, Marilyn — French — r$B, Pres.; Diamond; Dean ' s List; Honors Convo.; French Club; CALVERT REVIEW; Big Sister. Holstrom, Monica Holt, Ariey Holte, Caroline A. — Yorba Linda, California; General Studies — B$A; Newman Club. Holton, Patricia A.— Beltsville; English— KKF. Pres.; People-to- People, Pres.; Who ' s Who Comm.; Summer Sponsor; Old Line. Holzer, Patricia — Elizabeth. New Jersey; Elementary Education — SAT; Elections Board; Cultural Comm.; Jr. Prom Comm.; Home- coming Comm.; AWS. Hoose, Mary Jane Hoop, Thomas W, — Baltimore; Transportation — ANA, VP; Inter- Professional Frat. Council. Horlick, Jeffrey — Riverdale Heights; Physics. Horn, Carol S. — Silver Spring; Zoology Horn, Eugene L. — Bethesda; Mathematics. Hombake, Barbara A. — College Park; Elementary Education — KKF; FOB; Old Line; Homecoming Comm. Chmn. Horwitz, Ellen Horwitz. Michael R. — Silver Spring; Sociology — Golf Team; VMH; Peace Corps. Horwitz, Nancy E, — Silver Spring; Elementarv Education — A E, Treas.. Rush Chmn.; M Book; Bridal Fair; FOB; KAH. Hoshall, Norma C— Millers; Early Childhood Education— Univer- sity Bands; TIlS. Hossbach, Bryan S. — Baltimore; Geography — rQW. Houck. Geraldine R. — Glen Bumie; Home Economics — Home Ec. Club; NSID. Hougton. Carole Howe, Thomas Howes. James G. — Lutherville; Transportation — ANA; Dorm, Sec ' v. Pres.. Exec. Council. Huber Stanford Hudson, Miller N.— Olney; Psychology— 2AE; OAK; M ' X; Kale- gcihos; Frosh Class Pres.; Soph. Class Press.; SGA, VP. Pres.; Dorm. Pres. Hutsman, James Huff. Charles— Smithsburn; Agriculture Education — Arr; Col- 1 I A. 4-H; BU ' ck ;md Bridle; Baptist Student Uninn. Huffman. Wayne— Wabhinston. D.C.; Electrical EnKineerint:: Hull, ' Brenda— Bryan ' s Road: Sociology— rSS, VP; Dorm VP; Student Religious Council; SGA Cultural Comm.; AWS Campus Cultural Panel Humphreys, Da»ld— Baliimorc; Educat House Judiciary, H for Industry — Chm. Rules; AlAA; Newman Club; Archery Hupp. Sandra — Hyaltsville; Physical Education — Intramurals; Aqualiners Show; Maryland Basketball Team. Hurley, Sean — Rockville; Sociology — Sociology Club; Intramural (i.oib.ill HuNsong. Maritarel — Bethesda; Elementary Education. Hutchison. Lorraine — Jefferson; Personnel Management — Young Ripuhl IV Club. Whe.iion; English— KKV; Band Calvert Review, ate. Hinr»— Sliver Spring; Electrical Engineering; IEEE, rsin. Ki»er(— College Park; History — j: E; Freshman Golf Ncssman Club; UCA. Inouye. Jean — Bethesda; Psychology — AXO; DBK Circulation Mgr . Office Mgr.; Senior Legislature; FOB; Big Sister. Intlekofer. Walter— Whitier. California; French— AXA. lovino, Stephanie — Bristol. Pennsylvania; Elementary Education — kAH; C ' lMTcspondint Sct . MII; Hi mccimimg; Big Sister. Ippolilo. Charles— Laurel; Government and Politics — Young Re- rublK.ins; Ski Club. Irwin. John Jackson, Vincent- Washington. T C: English Literature — New- man Club. Jacobl. Marcia — Wheaton; Government and Politics — Search; L ' glv Man Comm. Jaeohi. Susan Jacobs. Marsha — Silver Spring; Art Education. Jacobs. Susan — Silver Spring; History. Jacobson, Barbaira — Silver Spring; Elementary Education. Jacobs. Lowell— Silver Spin- Economics- KK ' l ' ; SHARUM; Svmphonic and Marching Bands: House Rules Comm.; Pre-Law Club. James. Joyce James. Edward James. Owen — Towson; Production Managment — SAE; Dorm. VP. House Mgr, Jankovic. Paul— Baltimore; Marketing — II KA. Prcs.. VP. Rush Chmn , House Mgr.. Scc ' y; ANA; SAM: rST: AMA; AAS; FOB: DRK; Intramurals Jarboe, John — Baltimore: Marketing — AQ: RA: AMA: Intra- murals; Newman Club. Jeffries. Howard— Falls Church. Virginia; Horticulture-Floriculture —Agronomy Club. Treas.; Intervarsity Club: AFROTC: Intra- murals; Flower Judging Team. Jendrek. Edward— Baltimore; Zoology — KKT; House Rules Work- shop; M.irching Band: Symphonic Band Jenkins. Mae— Ocean City; Philosophv. Jenkins. Richard— Mitchellville; Floriculture. Jensen. Robert C. — Potomac: Mechanical Engineering — TH n : im; ASME. Jewler. Bernard P.— Silver Spring: History — TE ; Scribe: College C.nsmo; FOB; Senior Prom: Publicity Comm.. Ho John, Douglas H. — Annapolis; Horticulture. Johnson, Bernard L. — Washington. DC; History. Johnson Dawn L. — Salisbury; Textiles and Clothing — Dorm Ac- liviiics. Johnson, Edward R. — Towson; Transportation — ANA; Ski Club. Johnson. Judith A. — Rockville; Home Economics Education — Jud Board. Chm.: Hill Area Council; 4-H Club. Johnson. Jule A. — West Hyatts: Accounting. Johnson, Margaret — Early Childhood Education — ASA. VP. Johnson, Ncdenia L. — Adelphi; Mathematics — TBS; Majorette. Johnson, Roy F.— Bethesda: Chemical Engineering — SAE; AXS; AlCF; Dorm Activities. Johnson, Sheila S. Baltimore; Business and Public Administration —SAM; Ski Club. Johnson, Barbara L, — Baltimore; Sociology — University Choir; Dorm Activilies; Jud Board. Johnson, William L. — Blaisville, Pennsylvania: Government and Politics. Jolson, Robert — Baltimore: General Business — ZBT, Social Chair- man: NAPAL. Jonas, Audrey B. — Baltimore: Physcial Therapy — Physical Therapy Club. See ' s. Physical Terrapin. Senior Editor. Jones, Arthur J. — Havre de Grace; Geography — r8T, Dorm, Treas. Jones, Carol A. — Glen Bumie; English — . An; College Casino: Jr Sr. Prom Comm. Jones, David A. — Baltimore: Electrical Engineering — IEEE. Jones, David L. — Cir:inisville; Marketing — Honors Dorm.; Dean ' s List: AMA: ANTA. House Rules Comm. Jones, Ernest B. — College Park; General Business Administration — Intramurals, Dorm. Treas. Jones, Frederick W.— Rockville: Cii Jones, Marva C. M. — Mountainside Politics. Jones, Mary G. — Hyattsville: Psychology— TX; ATA. Jones, Robert L. — Brentwood; Accounting. Jones, Thomas H. — Salisbury: Industrial Education — AIAA. Jori, Lee A. — Rockville; Microbiology — EAO; Big Sister; College Casino; Dorm Intramurals; Orphans Party; Parent ' s Day. Co- Chm. Joslin, Becky J. — Rock Springs. Wyoming; Physical Therapy — ASA; Physical Therapy Club. Aqualiner ' s. Jung, Walter, Jr. — Baltimore; Zoology — Chapel Choir. Kaar, Mia . — Baltimore: English. Kaffen, Arnold S. — B.-iltimore; Accounting — WMUC, Announcer; Band. Symphonic Band. Kahler, Philip A. — Baltimore; Accoimting — TKE; Lacrosse. 443 Kahoe, Mary A. — Belair; English Education — Dorm Activities; SUB; Newman Club. Kaiser. June Kakkinakos, George Kalerizan, Marly Kalec, Patricia Kalfon, Carol M. — Baltimore; Science Education — Dorm Activi- ties; Homecoming Float; Spring Blood Drive; Horseback Riding Group. Kalkman, Vernon D. — Baltimore; Marketing — KA; AMA; AAS; Kaminski, Richard E. — Baltimore; Education for Industry — Band, Dorm Scholarship Chairman; ASTME. Kanaan, Adil J, — Brummana, Lebanon; Physics — 2 n 2; IIME; Honors Dorm Pres. Kane, Barbara Kanowitz, Michael E. — Randallstown; Civil Engineering — XE, Dorm Treas., Area Athletic Comm. Chairman; Intramurals. Kaplan, Ellis H. — Baltimore; Ornamental Horticulture — Hillel, Yavneh; SZO; Intramurals. Kaplan, Marjorie L.— Bowie; Sociology — A$E; Parliamentarian; Big Sister. Karallas, Vasilios G. — Silver Spring; Electrical Engineering — IEEE. Karlinsky, Irwin M, — Silver Spring, Transportation — ANA; SAM; Hillel. Karp, Ethel Kassalow, Allyn S. — Madison, Wisconsin; Sociology — AE$; Treas., STE, Pres. Cultural Comm., Arrangements Cochm.; WRA; TER- RAPIN. Katsimpiris, Georgios — Hyattsville; Electrical Engineering. Katz, Barbara A. — Bethesda; Elementary Education — AE$, Schol- arship Chairman; KAH; rSS; V.M.H. Katz, Joseph C— Baltimore; Government and Politics— WMUC, Dorm Officer. Political Science Club; Young Democrats, Pres., VP. Katz, Rose S. — Washington, D.C.; Elementary Education — AE , Asst. Treas.; Mortar Board; Diadem; KAIl; AWS Activities; AWS Liaison; FOB; Panhel Rush Counselor; AWS Service Key. Katz, Susan J. — Baltimore; Physical Therapy — Phvscial Therapy Club. Kaufman, Drena G. — Silver Spring; Accounting — A4 E; BAT, Pres.; Mortar Board. Treas.; ATA, Treas.; Dean ' s List; Account- ing Club; SAM, Sec ' y.; Pre-Law Club; BTS Award. Kaufman, Steven — Bowie; Accounting — ASn, VP. KazIo, Martha P. — Westernport; Psychology — Dorm Pres.; AWS Jud Board, Dorm Jud Board Chm.; Pre-Med Club, Sec ' y. Keating, Jean Kedzierski, Ronald P. — Glen Burnie; Aerospace Engineering — AIAA. Kehoe, Shawn — Riverdale; Microbiologv — SAO; AAA; IT A; DMK; Women ' s Press Club, VP; Student traffic Court. Kelk, Walter V. — Wilmington. Delaware; Agriculture. Keller, Richard L. — Baltimore; Government Politics — Home- coming Dance Comm. House Rules Comm; Intramural Football. Kelley, John M. — Baltimore; Aerospace Engineering — Dorm. Treas.. Rules Comm.; AIAA. Kelley. Sharon Kelly, James E. — Redbank, New Jersey; Marketing — $K2, Social chm., Sec ' y; IFC, Social Comm.; SGA, Placement Comm. Kelly, Jean F. — Dickson, Tennessee; Elementary Education — KNO; SNEA. Kemetick, Janet — Potomac; Elementary Education. Kemp, Gary A. — Frederick; Industrial Education. Kemerer, Marilyn Kemp, Mary Ann Kemper, John Kennedy, Barbara Keren, Susan G. — Washington, D.C.; Early Childhood Education. Kem, Marilyn D. — Baltimore; Sociology — Dorm, Jud Board, Big Sister, Commuter Chm.; Intramurals. Keman, Kathleen M. — Towson; Elementary Education— KKT, Corr. Sec ' y, Panhel Rep.; Diadem, Sec ' y; Diamond;KAn, Sec ' y; WRA Rep.; FOB; College Casino. Kesler, Morton A. — Baltimore; Accounting — BAT, Dorm, Pres., Rules Comm.; HD, Treas. Kestler, Carole R. — Catonsville; Spanish — AAA. Jud Board Chm. Keys, John R. — Baltimore; History — Dorm, Pres., Social Chm., Cultural Chm. Band, Complex Council. Kerper, Vernon Khayett, Jorge Kidder, John L. — Groton. Connecticut; Industrial Relations — ATO; KAM. Photo Ed. ARGUS, Harmony Hall; SAM; IF Sing Dir.; TERRAPIN. Kidder, Margaret L. — New London, Connecticut; Education — AAA; IF SING; UT. Kilby, Nancy Kimmel, Steven H. — Silver Spring; Mechanical Engineering — AEII; ASME; Homecoming Float Chm. Kimmel, Joseph I. — Cheverly; Economics. Kimmel, Ross King, Joseph — Adelphi; Accounting — AEIT. King, Mark E. — Baltimore; Psychology — VHM. Pres. King, Sandra G. — Adelphi; Elementary Education — KAIl. King, Thomas King, William J., Ill— Ellicott City; Electrical Engineering— Dorm. Treas.. VP; Complex. Treas.; IEEE. Public Relations Comm. Kinsey, Susan R. — Silver Spring; French — AAA; Dorm Jud Board Chm.; German Book Award. Kiraly, Michael Kirk, Sharon A.— Edgewood; Textiles Clothing— Dorm. Jud Board, Orientation Chm.; Home Economics Club; Newman Club; AWS Bridal Fair. Kirkley, Edward H. — Catonsville; American Civilization — ROTC; Dorm Pres.. Intramurals; Mobile Unit Area Council. Kirschner, Neil— Bayside. New York; Psychology— TX. Kitschik, Linda — College Park; Russian — Young Democrats. Treas.; Ski Club. SU Social Comm. Kleid. Wallace— Baltimore; Speech— ZBT; Junior Class VP; Men ' s League Exec. Board; IFC Representative; Pre-Dent See, Treas.; Pre-Law Society. 444 Klein, Rtrnson — Whcaton: Business Administration — AEFI; Ath- letic Chm.; Iree Slate; Intramurals. Klein, Itrenda .%!.— Baltimore; Elementary Education— Dean ' s List; HiK SiMer; Durm I xef Council. Klemckc, Harold G.— Hyattsville; Zoolosy — Zoolouy Honors Pro- ;ram; NSI- lellowship, Dean ' s List. Klevan, David L.— Lalicwood, New Jersey; Theatre— OAK, VP, I ' ris Klimek, !tlanley J. — Haperstown; Accounting. Kloch, John K. — Scottsbluff, Nebraska; Economics — French Club; Veterans Club; Dean ' s List. KIdstk. Michael A. — Baltimore; Economics — SN; President, Her- .ilil limiiiiiiil Sports; LF.C. Preferred Rush Comm. Kluckliiili. D.iiiiel kna| |i. Michael Kniceli, illiaiii H. — Martinsburg. W. Virginia; Floriculture — Knlghl, Nancy Frederick; Microbiology — AAA; SAO; Jud. Big Sister; Traffic Court; Mortar Board; Honors Knott, Jack V., Jr. — Baltimore: Drama — Flving Follies; Men ' s Glee Club; Dorm Social Chrm.; Chapel Choir; U.T. koester, Barbara Kohler, Susan Kohnc, Dorothy L. — Glenwood; Zoology — Sr, Sec ' y; A S Honors Council: HAC Constitution Comm.: Dorm Exec Council, Wes- ley Foudn:ilion. NSF Research Fellowship. Komitzsky. Leslye — Baltimore: Education. Koopman, .Susan Koper, John M. — District Heights; Aerospace Engineering — U.C.A. A. I. .A . . ScL- . Koplin, Murcia A. — Baltimore: Early Childhood Education — Dciii ' s 1 i l; K.MI; Dorm Exec. Council. Korb. Barry R.— Bcthesda; Mathematics— £N£; FIMS; Chess Club. I ' hvMcs flub; Dorm, VP. Academic Chm. Kornegay, Sally A. — Silver Spring: Economics — A$; FOB Comm.; College Casino, Big Sister. Kowal, Kathleen H. — Nutley, New Jersey: Psychology — AOIl, VP; Diamond: FOB; Old Line; M Book; Jr. Class Comm. Krai, Vernon J. — Pasadena; General Business — Dorm, House Rules; Intramurals. Kramer. Linda Kramer, Nathan I. Baltimore; Zoology; Domi, House Rules. Krantz, F.leamor K. — Frederick, English Education— Dorm, Jud Board. Treas.; Campus Chest Rep. Kreiser. Fredrick B. — Salisbury: General Business — Dorm. Pres., RA; MUAC. Secy. Kruse. Carol S. — Baltimore; Art Education — Modern Dance Group; Art League. Kubat, William Kuehl, Fred L. — Baltimore; Mechanical Engineering — ASME; In- trnmurals; Dorm. House Rules. Athletic Comm. Kuhn. Maryann— Bethcsda: Journalism — riAE; DIAMONDBACK Women ' s Press Club; Dorm. Exec. Council; WRA. Kuhne, Carl F. — Bowie: Education for Industry — eX, Treas. ASTME; SAM. Kuhr. Hans J. — Baltimore: Electrical Engineering — Dorm, VP Soc. Chm.. Scholarship Chm; Intramurals. Kuklewica, Mark E. — Hagerstown; Mechanical Engineering — Wes- ley; ASME, Treas. Kun, Ronna Kurtz, Lucinda K. — Trauerse City, Michigan; History. Kurzmiller. Thomas A. — Dundalt. Electrical Engineering — IEEE; Dorm .Xthlctic Chm., House Rules, Intramurals, Soc. Comm. Lacey, William Landnn, Edward Ladue, Ronald Lafans. Mary S. — Salisbury: Home Economics Education — STE; AWS, Pres.: SGA; Fac. Senate Comm.; Dorm. Pres.; Home Ec. Club. Pres. Laflamme, Herbert A.— Grecnbclt; Electrical Engineering — IEEE. Lagas. Robert A. — Oakland. California; English — Course Guide. Laing, Douglas B. — Hyattsville: Marketing — UCA; CBP; Jr. Prom Comm. Lake. George La Kind, Robert J. — Teaneck, New Jersey; History — £N, Rush; Intramurals; IFC Queen Pageant; FOB. Lain, Tom J. — Red Bank, New Jersey; Psychology — K2; Foot- La Macchee, Kenneth Lamarr. Donald R. — College Park: Mechanical Engineering — HTK; ASME; UCA. Lamb. Robert — College Park; Civil Engineering — ATO; XE; ASCE; Intramurals. -Erie. Pennsylvania: Government and Politics — nager; Swim Team, Cap ' t.; M Club, Pres.; Sr. Class Comm. Landren, Suzanne M. — Summit. New Jersev: Physical Education — AOIl. Pres.; 11 AE Diamond; Sr. Class Comm.; M Book; TER- R. P1N; Blood Drive. Landvoight, Lois T. — Greenbelt; Food and Nutrition — Home Ec. Club; Episcopal Foundation. Lange. Gail L.— Baltimore: Mathematics — NA; Space Ed. Inst.; German Group; Karate Club; Honors Convocation. Lange, Mary L— McLean, Virginia: Speech Therapy— CEC: Langer, Carol.yn W.— Chevy Chase: Art Education— K4, VP; Jud Board; DIAMONDBACK; Prom Comm. Lancfeld, Stanley C— Bcthesda: History— SHARUM; Complex Cultural Chm.; Pre-Law Club, Pres. Lanigan, Martha Lanigan, Mary A.— Silver Spring: Psychology— Ski Club; Sociol- ogy Club; Newman Club. Lapausky, Carol G.— Baltimore; Interior Design— NSID; Complex Social Chm.; Dorm. Jud Board. Big Sister. Historian. Lapin. Robert M. — Morganton. North Carolina: Microbiologv. Laporte. I ' olan J.— Harwood: Radio and Television— Arnold Air Society; ROTC; Radio-TV Workshop, Treas.; Dorm, Academic Inti rals Laramore, Prudence A. — Bcthesda; Parents ' Dav Comm.; Old Line. La Rock, Gerald English— HB , VP; FOB; Larson, Sally Larson, Susan, G. — Takoma Park; Zoology — AAA; Dean ' s List- Honors Convocation; Pre-Med Club. Lasken Cohn, Roberta Laudenslager, Diane N. — Annapolis; Home Economics — KKF- Harmony Hall; AWS, Chm, I ' ubArt Comm.; WRA Alternate Rep ; Fresh. Prom Comm.; FOB Comm. Lauer, George, Jr. Launais, Nancye E. — Silver Spring; Sociology. Lauterbach, George E. — Berwyn Heights; Zoology. Lawrence, Patricia M. — Timonium; Elementary Education. Lawrence. Paul Lawrence, Thomas R. — Baltimore; Transportation — ANA; House Rules Comm.; Intramurals. Lawson, Carol R. — Raleigh. North Carolina; Elementary Educa- tion — AAII, Pres.; Diamond; Angel Flight, Corres. Sec ' y, Chap- lain; AWS, Cult. Comm., Sr. Rep.; Flyinq Follies; Chamber Choir; Jr. and Sr. Panhel. Lawson, Sharyn E. — Silver Spring; Psychology — TERRAPIN; Fresh. Prom Comm.; UCA. Laycock, Robert L. — Annapolis; Transportation — ANA. Lazarus, Linda S. — Cumberland; Sociology — VMH. Lazerow, Frances — Washington. D.C.; Criminologv. Lazun, Kathleen M. — Bethlehem. Pennsylvania; Textiles and Clothing — TSS, Social Chm.; Newman Club; Aqua Liners; Big Sister Program; Home Economics Club. Leanos, James S. — Baltimore; Government and Politics — SEARCH; RA. Lebert, Fredrick J.— Riverdale; Engineering— TBn ; HKN; IEEE. Lebow, Marcia F. — Baltimore; Physical Therapy — AE; Physical Therapy Club. Pres.; Aqua Liners; Pres. Jr. Physical Therapy Class; Dorm Comm.; Representative to Baltimore Professional Student Senate; Dean ' s List. Lechter, Kenneth Lee, Edward C. — China; Electrical Engineering— IEEE. Lee, Gertrude I. — Baltimore; Social Psychology — People-to-People; Sociology Club; Psychology Club; VMH. Lee, Henry Lee, Jack N. — Fairfax, Virginia; Geography — TQW, Lee, Jong S. — Seoul. Korea; Electrical Engineering — H2; HKN; TBH; Honor Dorm; IEEE. Lee, Phillip— Washington. DC; Civil Engineering— ASCE. Lcet, Robert T.— Bethesda; Studio Art— AE; WMUC; DBK Cartoonist; Chesapeake Bay Party. Lehman, Carol Lehmann, John C. — Baltimore Electrical Engineering — TB IT ; HKN; Dorm. VP; IEEE. Lehr, Darlene, R. — York, Pennsylvania; Nursing — VMH. Leitch, Thomas, Jr. — Annapolis; Sociology — Fresh. Lacrosse. Leizear, James Lentz, Kenneth J. — Mahwah. New Jersey; Accounting — Dorm Sec ' y; House Rules Comm.; Intramural Sports. Lentz, Lewis Leocha, Lynn Leonbard, Ann Lerner, Tami — Baltimore; Early Childhood Education — Dorm Exec. Counsel. Lesher, Ronald Lessin, Nathan R. — Maplewood, New Jersey; Sociology — Swim- ming Team; Pre-Dent Club. Levcn, Jennifer E. — Alexandria. Virginia; Government and Poli- tics — People-to-People; Diamondback; AWS Orphan ' s Party; Dorm Homecommg Com.; Young Democrats. Leventhal, Joel S. — Baltimore; Goveriunent and Politics — 2A; HiUel. Levin, Gary Levin, Howard H. — Baltimore; Government and Politics — Intra- murals; Dorm Gov ' t; Hillel. Levin, James E. — Cumberland; Chemical Engineering — AX2; AICHE, Pres. Levin, Marjorie S. — Wheaton; Elementary Education — A E, Treas.; KA H ; Pcople-to-People; SNEA. Pres.. VP. Levine, B arbara S. — Silver Spring; Elementary Education — SNEA; Hillel; Dorm Homecoming Com. Chm.; Dean ' s List. Lewis, Cynthia M. — San Francisco, California; English — £K, VP; Angel Flight; FOB; SGA Committees; Old Line Party. Lewis, Rita Lewis, Sharon K. — Hyattsville; Sociology. Lewis, Warren Lewitas, Alvin R. — New York, New York; Business Administra- tion — Veterans Club; Dean ' s List. Liccini, Stephen L. — Silver Spring; Mechanical Engineering — ASME; AlAA. Sports Car Club. Lieberman, Robert A. — Silver Spring; Psychology — Pre-Med Club; Fencing Club; Intramural Basketball. Lillard, Jon F. — Hastings-on-Hudson, New York; Zoology — SK; Who ' s Who; Pres. Junior Class; Frosh. Orientation Instructor. Lilley, Doris M. — Delmar; Food and Nutrition — AAA; ON, Pres.; Home Ec. Club; Council of Prof. Organization; ON Award. Linaberry, Mary M. — Silver Spring; Physical Education — Sports Day. Linderman, James E. — District Heights; Mathematics. Lindsay, Sandra K. — Camp Springs; Sociology — International Club; Sec ' y, Publicity Chm. Lineburger, Edward Lingerfelter, Gerald E. — Leechburg, Pennsylvania; Fire Protection Engineering — Dorm Judiciary Com.; Dorm VP; Society of Fire Protection Engr., VP. Chn An Lipford. Elaine B. — Silver Spring; English — VMH. LIpford, Marvin R.— Frederick; Physics— VMH; Physics Club. Lipman, Sherry J. — West Orange. New Jersey; Institutional Ad- ministration— FOB; Big Sister; Home Ec. Club; AWS Com. LIppman, Richard D.— Silver Spring; History — £A; SUB; Flying Follies. Llpsll . Joan A. — Baltimiirc; Elementary Educalion -KA II ; Dean ' s lisl, llillcl; Dorm, VI ' . Exct Board. Aclivilics Chm.. Sutial Com. Ilpsll , .Sliimund S.— Ballimorc; Public Rclalions— ZBT; NAI ' AL, I ' liA . SAf. II H fomm l.lss, Frank D.— Ballimore; General Business— Dorm. Treas., VI ' ; CBI ' . LKs, Nancy J. — Ballimore; History — Riding Interest Group; Girl ' s Tennis Team; Dorm. Academic Comm . Activities Comm. LLssauer, Jack S.— Silver Sprinii; Psychology— TX; Hillel; Rikkud (iroup. Little, A. G.— Bethcsda; Zoology— SAE, Pledge Trainer, Rush Chm,. Scc ' y; FOB. Little. Wayne I.ittk ' ton. .Susan l.lii d. Alexander L. — Indian Head; Accounting. ioeknnod. Wllliain O.— Sliver Spring; General Business— AMA. I. (Ida. Klainc I.ogun. Howard P., Jr.— North East; Marketing. l.ojacono, Thomas P. — Hyattsvillc; Mathematics — UCA. I.omas. John E.— Kensington; Statistics— AMA; SAM. Litng, Donna R. — Lancaster. Pennsylvania; Nursing — Women ' s ( Club Long, Patricia A.— Salisbury; English— AI " ; FOB; Greek Stall; Newm.m Club. Loomis, Pennc Luugee. . nne L. — Baltimore; Speech Therapy — AXIJ; £AH, VP; II. K. VP; DBK, Accounting Manager; VMH; Free Stale. Lovaas. John L. — Washington, D.C.; International Affairs — Inira- murals; Varsity Pep Club. Lovelace, Patricia Loveless, Barbara A.— Clinton; Sociology— KAB; Diadem; TISS; Irosh VP; Soph. VP; Central Student Court; Color Guard, Co- Capt.; Who ' s Who Com.; AWS. Newsletter Ed. Loveless, Carol K.— Silver Spring; Early Childhood Education— rDi:. VP, Alumni Scc ' y; Newman. Aft; Dorm Officer. LoveU, Willis W.— New Windsor; Government and Politics— ■ oung Democrats; Prc-Dental Club. Lowenbach, Fred Lowery, Brian G. — Baltimore; Industrial Arts Education. Lowman. Ronald W. — Baltimore; Mechanical Engineering — ASME. l,o . Kiissill R. -Landover; Education for Industry — AMA; ASTE; I ( . I ii,.s ; I ' re-Law Club. Luhinski. Dai id J. — Ellicott City; Marketing — AAX; AMA; Foot- ball. Frosh.. Varsity; Ski Club; Intramurals. Lucas, John J, — Baltimore; Marketing. Lucey. Ginnylea — Colesville; Education — Gymkana; Aqualiners. Lum, Eslella Lumpkin, Judy A. — Shady Side; Early Childhood Education- Dorm. Scc ' y. Luray. Judy Lutheran, Vincent Lultrell, Carolyn L. — Baltimore; Criminology — Dorm Pres. Luiz, Randall L — Bethesda; Business Administration — AEII; SAM; Young Republicans; UN Model General Assembly. Lyon, Linda L. — Silver Spring; Textiles and Clothing — AG 11; M-Book; WRA Sports Day. Lyons, .Anne M. — Glen Arm; Mathematics — Jud Board; WRA Rep.; Floor Activities Chm. MacCallum. Clare A. — Glen Arm; Elementary Education — Physical Therapy Club; Newman Club; VMH. Machen, Theodore D. — Hyattsville; Government and Politics — ATO; Young Democrats. Mackely, James W. — Sykesville; Entomology — AZ; Dorm Intra- murals. MacLean. Joann MacMillan, Larry Maddov. Christopher Maddox, Robert C. — Silver Spring; Secondary Education — SN, Prcs.; Who ' s Who; Kalegethos; SGA Treas.; IPC Rush Chm.; FOB Treas. Madeory, Rhona Madsen, Florence E. — Grecnbelt; Elementary Education — KAn. Magee, Edward B. — Penn Valley; Air Transportation — ANA; Arn- old Air Society. Mahaflfey, Raymond, Jr. — Silver Soring; Aerospace Engineering — i ' AE; THII; srr; AIAA. Pres.; Terrapin Ski Club. Pres.; SGA Pl.icement Com. Mahoney, Ellen G. — Takoma Park; Spanish Literature — SK; Angel Flight; UCA; Spanish Club. Mahoney, Margaret Maiolatesl, Sandra Maione, Michael R. — Lutherville; Government and Politics — ni:A; Jud. Board; Dorm VP and jec ' y; Chm. House Rules Com. MakolT. Brian Malickson, Jeffrey W. — Silver Spring; Finance — AEn Treas. Mally, Dennis A. — Baltimore; Accounting — SAM; House Rules Com. Mancher. John Manchester, Jay A. — Bethesda; Finance — SAM. iMandshine, Marlene Mann, Charles E., IV— Ellicott City; General — AFP; Livestock Judging Team; Block and Bridle Club; College 4-H. Mann. Daniel Mann, David H. — Baltimore; General Business — AS IT; Corres. Rec. Sec ; SAM. Mann, Mary Manning, Francis E., Jr. — Boston, Massachusetts; Business. MansoUUo, Joseph ■M ' - ' «? J iiJ Marbury. Carol Marcoot, Ralph Marcuse, Vivian M. — Elementary Education — rsS; SNEA; Hill Area Council; Dorm Academic Chm. Margetis, Monique R. — Silver Spring; Zoology — AAA; Diadem; DIAMONDBACK; SGA Cultural Comm.; Honors Convocation. Markle, Larry Markridge, Jill M. — Baltimore; English — Dorm, Soc. Chm., Jud. Board. Marlow, Frederick K. — Bethesda; Geography — Arnold Air Society; r© ; Mil Ball Comm.; Dorm House Rules Comm.; Cadet Lead- ership Acad. Marriott, Carroll L. — Baltimore; Aerospace Engineering — SET; AIAA; Treas. Marshall, Kathryn A. — Chevy Chase; EngUsh. Martin, Joan Martin, William Martz, Robert D. — Puttstown, Pennsylvania; Marketing — SN; SHARUM; SGA, Cabinet, Legis.; Men ' s League, Pres.; HiU Area Council, VP; SGA Finance Comm. Marvel, James L. — Easton; Marketing — Intramurals. Marvel, Joan Mason, Edward Masse, Judith A. — Silver Spring; History. Massey, Nicholas G. — Berlin; Accounting — 2 n . Massie, Ronald W.— Cleveland, Ohio; Geography— reV. Masterook, Stephen C. — Landover Hills; Transportation — Vanden- burg Guard; ANA. Mastrovito, Sandra L. — Riverdale; Early Childhood Education — College Life; Away Weekend. Matherly, Jane Mattem, Michael L. — Dundalk; Zoology — Pre-Med Club; Dorm, Intramurals, Treas.. Academic Comm., Cultural Comm. Matthews, Doris L.— Ellicott City; Journalism— TS$, Pres., Soc. Chm.; Christian Fellowship; Hockey Team; DBK; Young Re- publicans. Mauck, Daniel Mauck, Ray Maupin, Wanda L. — Washington, D.C.; English. Max, Esther B.— Baltimore; Early Childhood Education— Hillel. Maxey, Janet L. — Oxon Hill; Elementary Education — KA$; Hon- ors Convocation; Dorm Treas. Maxim, Karin A. — Central Islip, New York; Elementary Educa- tion. Maxwell, James G., Jr. — Bethesda; Education for Industry — 2N; Intramurals; Dorm Activities; Young Republicans. Mayer, Constance J. — New Carrollton; Art — FSS. McAllister, James McCarthy, Fred McCauIey, Margaret R. — Cheverly; Social Studies. McCIoud, R. Benson — Baltimore; Psychology. McClung, Patricia E. — Stewartstown, Pennsylvania; Zoology — KA0, Treas.. Scholarship Chm.; TERRAPIN; Concert Band; AWS Com., Orphans, Daydoger Big Sister. McCoach, James S. — Essex; Physical Education — Track Team. McCoy, Johnie McCullough, Joseph B. — Washington, D.C.; Economics — 2N; Free State, VP; Men ' s League, Treas.; Dorm Council. McDermott, Paul L. — Hyattsville; History. McDorman, Audrey L. — Jessup; Sociology. McFaul, Edward J. — Baltimore; Electrical Engineering — HKN; Dean ' s List. McGarry, Thomas E. — Towson; Anthropology-Anthropology So- ciety; Dorm Activities; Dorm Jud. Board. McCaugby, Janette McGee, Joyce L. — Huntngton, Long Island; Psychology— AA II , officer; Flying Follies; Experimental Theatre. McGuirk, Edward D. — Hawthorne, New Jersey; Transportation — Arnold Air Society; WMUC; Newman Club; Intramurals; Dorm, Pres.. VP. McGurk, Edward McHargue, William McHenry, Michael T. Mclntyre, Sharon L. — Silver Spring; Elementary Education — SK, Social Chm., VP; SNEA. McKay, Eleanor— Washington, D.C.; History— $Ae; K$; His- tory Honors; SFU; Course Guide, Honors Council; Mortarboard Scholarship. McKenney, Jane — Baltimore; Elementary Education — VMH. McLaughlin, Anne S. — Butler, Pennsylvania; Journahsm — AOII; Women ' s Press Club; AWS. McLaughlin, Mary K. — Chevy Chase; Textiles and Clothing. McLean, Sheila McMahon, John D. — Lutherville; Social Studies — Newman Club; Air Force ROTC. McManus, Kathleen T. — Bethesda; History — Course Guide. McMurtrie, Hudson O. — Buckhannon, West Virginia; General Business — USAF Bootsrop Student. McPhee, Elizabeth H. — LaPlata; Zoology — Mortar Board. VP; Diadem Tour Director; Dorm, Pres., Exec. Council; Women ' s Choir; AWS. McRoy, Doug McWilllams, Mariha Meese, Jessie Mehlbaum, Gerald E. — West Hyattsville; Civil Engineering — XE; ASCE. Mehlhop, Patricia Melvin, Mary L. — Marquette, Michigan; Home Economics Edu- cation. Mendelson, EUen P. — Baltimore; Education. isinB, Carl E. — Baliimore; Education for Industry — ASTME; diribcrs Guard Stall; Newman Club; Deans List; Inlramurals. isiiiK. Elizabeth A, — Baltimore; Biology — Complex Council; ri: I ' les.. Intramurals. i il. WoifKanK P.— Silver Spring; Physics— II NE. Slir. VP. cliant, Dennis W. — Mt. Rainier; Chemical Engineering — UCA; Mi roivlt7 Alan L. — Silver Spring: Mathematics — Putnam Math li-iin, Ireshman Chemistry Award; Honors Convocation. Mii ' liai-K. Andrew F. — Silver Spring; Business Administration — ■ ' l ' ii Ainold Air Society, NSPR. AFROTC. Band. Junior IFC. Mill ir. Kalherlne C— Adelphi; Spanish— DIAMONDBACK. Milkr. Anila Millir. Barry W.— Washington. D.C.; Marketing- AMA. Prcs., I ' ublKUv Director. IVlUlcr, Charles Miller, David F. — Rochester. New York; Accounting — Veteran ' s Club; Accouniing Club Sec ' y. Miller, Edison W. — Clinton. Iowa; Government Politics — Vct- iT.ins Club. Miller. Gary W.— Adelphi; Biological Sciences— Pershing Rines; Mil MilliT. John D. — Easion; Accounting — Accounting Club. Miller. Marilyn W.— Silver Spring; Accounting — BAY. I xe. Pres Miller, Marvin B.— Baltimore; Mathematics— Dorm. Treas.. Social Chm.. Rules Comm., Inlramurals. Milkr, Marvin S. — Baltimore; Sociology — ZBT. Prc-Dcnt Club; S,..:, i,.• Club. Milkr. Paul .Miller. Paula E. — Beltsville; Home Economics — Home Economics I ' lub. B.iphsl Student Union. Miller, Roger I.. — Greenbell; Electrical Engineering — IEEE, Ircis . Student Job Placement Comm. Miller, Sheila B, — Baltimore. Early Childhood Education — Dorm Activities. ore; Marketing — Hill Area Council, Miller, Warren E. — Bowie; Psychology. Milliken, Janet B.— Bethel Park. Pennsylvania; Textiles Cioth- mi;— . . . K . Diamond; Diadem; ON, AF, Pres.; People-to- I t1c; I OB; SGA. Millv. Ilillie Sue Mills. Carolyn A. — Gaithersburg; Textiles Clothing — Big Sister. Home Economics Club Mills, Norman A. — Gaithersburg; Animal Science — ATQ, AZ; Vet. Science Club. Milner, - rleen J. — Baltimore: Elementary Education — SNEA, Free State. Bridal Fair, AWS, SGA Elections Comm. Milton, Diana — Bethesda; Interior Design — NSID; Homecoming. Mindell, Morion H.— Baltimore; Government Politics— ZBT. Minnich. Michael E. — Hagerstown; Electrical Engineering — HKN; TBIl; 4 llr; Dorm VP. Minlzes, Marilyn R. — New York; Early Childhood Education — Dorm Activities; Complex Athletic Comm.; AWS Orphans Party Comm. MIsler, Dennis Mitchell, Paul F, — Baltimore; Accounting — Dorm, Social Chm.: Float Comm.; Intramurals. Mitchell. Gregory Mitchell. Suzan W. — Sumner; Sociology— Bridge Club. Mix. John E. — Timoniiim; History — Dorm Rules Comm. Mludinich, Kenneth E.— College Park: Chcmistrv— THS, AXS. Pres; Prof Interfraternitv Council. VP; Economic Club, Pres.. •oung Republicans; Pre-Med Club. Modelski. Thomas P.— Chevy Chase; Mathematics. Moir, Basil Molineaux, John P. — Washington. DC; Physics — Newman Club. Monahan, Gregory P. — Saint George Island; Electrical Engineer- inc— IEEE. Monasterski, Patricia . , — Marvland.s Psychology, Mnndell, L. Tine— Baltimore: English— SAT: AAA: KAH: FOB: Jr Comm.; Campus Chest: Dean ' s List. Mnndshine, Marlene A. — Baltimore: Elementary Education — Dorm, Historian, Homecominc Comm.; SNEA. Monroe, James P. — Lanham; Geography — r0V, MonlTlloff. Victor — College Park: Zoology. Mooney. Robert J. — Baltimore: English — Dorm Pres. Moore, James C. — Takoma Park; Aerospace Enginee AIAA. ITic Greek. Moore, I.arn- Moore. MacDonell C. — Catonsvillc: Marketing — SAE. Moore, Norman C, — Aberdeen; Transportation — ANA. Moore, Patricia G. — Cumberland: Spanish. Moore. Sandra K. — Ellicott City: Home Economics — Aqualiners Sec ' y. Moran. Charles R. — Lutherville: Chemical Engineerinc — KA. So- cial Chm., Rush Comm.. Pres.. IFC. Intramurals; AICLE. Morgan, Anne Morgan. George W. — Silver Spring: Personnel Industrial Rela- tions — Dorm, Pres,. Scholastic Chm,, House Rules; Complex Council, SAM Morgan. Patrick T. — Harrison, New York; Economics — AXA: Swimming Team; M Club, Morgenlhau, Joel L. — Yonkers. New York; History — TE ; A«. Bl.iod Drive Cnll,-c Cnsino. fomingsta . Oneida Morris. James ,4. — Baltimore: Mechanical Engineering — ASME, Morris, Joseph H. — Stevcnsville: Mechanical Engineering — ASME. Dorm. VP., Scholastic Comm., Improvements Comm. Morris, Maxine F.— Severna Park; Secretarial Education, Morrison, Douglas E. — Boonsoro; Astronomy, psse 449 jn Morrison, Mary E. Morschauser, David H. — Paramus. New Jersey; Marketing — Dorm Pres., Jud. Board Chm.; Hill Area Council: Intramurals. Morse, Claude S. — Silver Spring; Public Relations— Arnold Air Society, KAM, OAE, ROTC Newspaper Ed., TERRAPIN. Ph.i tographer; Arnold Air Society Civil Service Award. Morse, Robert F.— Silver Spring; Business Public Administra- Morstein, Jay I. — Baltimore; Psychology — SAM. Mortimer, Richard F. — Bethesda; History — Ae, Alumni Sec ' y ' Senior Class Pres.; Old Line, Pres.; SGA Away Weekend Chm.; Legislature. Moschetti, Anthony P. — Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; Journalism- Arnold Air Society. Mroz, Robert Mull, Paul L. — College Park; Zoology — Marching Symphonic Band. Muller, Phyllis M.— Essey; English. Mullin, Victor — Aberdeen; Business Public Administration — KS; Latch Key Society; Basketball Mgr. Munk, Joyce Munsterteiger, Richard C. — Washington, DC; Mechanical Engi- neering — Pershing Rifles, ASME. Murphy, John Murphy, Kay — Towson; Art — KA, VP. Historian; Diamond. Old Line, AWS Swim Meet, UT Comm. Murphy, William H. — Baltimore; Electrical Engineering — IEEE, Newman Club, Big Brother. Murray, Jack E. — Baltimore; Industrial Sociology — RA, Dorm, Exec. Council, Athletic Chm.; Intramurals, Sociology Club. Murray, Johanna M, — Silver Spring; Textiles — TSS, VP, Treas., Awards Chm.; Dorm Publicity Chm. Murray, Sterling E. — Catonsville; Music — MA. VP; University Orchestra, UT Orchestra; Marching Band; Concert Band; Wood- wind Quintet. Myatt, Paul F. — Quincy, Massachusetts; Finance. Myerbers, Joel D. — Baltimore; Government Politics — 2AM; Pre-Law Club. Myers, Sally Nachman, Mark H. — Baltimore; General Biology Sciences — Or- chestra; Pre-Dent Club. Nack, James Nalley, Thomas G. — Port Tobacco; Production Management — " SKT. Chaplain, Treas., Steward, Board of Governors; SAM Exec. Board. Nash, Joyce Nason, John C. — Salisbury; Marketing — ZBT; IPC; Old Line; Tennis Intramurals; SGA Comm. Natoli, Ruth J. — Takoma Park; Early Childhood Education — Women ' s Chorus; DBK Staff Copy Ed.; SNEA; UCA, Wesley Foundation. Neborsky, Robert J,— Baltimore; English — ZBT, College Bowl Comm., ZBT. Social Chm., Athletic Chm., Treas.; Intramurals. Needel, Deborah — Baltimore; Elementary Education — People-to- Peoplc, VMM Chm.; CEC, Sec ' y, Cultural Chm., Dorm Activities. Needle, Lester P. — Silver Spring; Finance — Open League Softball, Football. Negron, Rafael — Upper Marlboro; Sociology — Intramural Foot- ball. Veterans Club. Fencing Club. Nelka. John J. — Baltimore; Mechanical Engineering — nTE, IIME, Intr als. Nelson, Linda S. — Laurel; Textiles Clothing. Nelson, Robert G. — Baltimore; Zoology — Hillel Exec. Board, Chemistry E. Society, Trail Club, Dorm Comm, Nelson Susan Neubergcr. Susan M. — Baltimore; Interior Design — WMUC; NSID; Dorm, Sec ' v, Activities Chm.. Exec. Council. Neuhaus, Michael A. — Rochester, New York; Finance — SGA Elections Bd., Dorm, Sec ' y. Historian; Complex Publicity Chm.. SAM. Neuman, Carol A. — Baltimore; Government and Politics — Dorm Exec. Council, Big Sister, Complex Legislature. Neumann, Cathleen J. — Accokeek; American Studies — Young Democrats, Fair Housing; Peace Corps Support Group; Ski Club, History Club. Neumann, Horst R. — Baltimore; Physics — Physics Club. Neuwirth, Susan R. — Silver Spring; Marketing. Newman, Bari Ann Newpher, Mark E. — Bethesda; Marketing — AAS. AMA. Nevman, Robert S. — Bethesda; Civil Engineering — ASCE; AAS. Sec ' v. Treas.; IEEE: Ski Club. Nichols, Buy R, — St. Petersburg, Florida; Commerce — Veteran ' s Club. Treas.; SAM, VP. Nicol. William R,— Laurel; Personnel. Noffsineer. Kathleen M. — Gaithersburg; Elementary Education — Dorm, VP, Orientation Chm.; SU Art Comm. Nonnenber, Henry J. — Asburv Park, New Jersey; Physical Educa- tion — Varsitv Track Team; M Club. Noon, Kerry F. — Hyattsville; Microbiology— EAO. VMH. Noulas, Nick B. — Nafpactos, Greece; Mechanical Engineering — ASME. International Club. Noveck, Robert J. — Bristol, Connecticut; Psychology — Dorm, Pres., Social Chm.; Pre-Med Club. Nuckels. John Ober, Janet E. — Silver Spring; Elementary Education, O ' Brien. Catherine C. — Silver Spring; Social Science — Young Dem- ocrats; Club; CEC. O ' Connell. Mary E. — College Park; Business Administration — XB. SAM; Young Democrats; Newman Club. O ' Connell. M ' chael J. — College Park: Government Politics. O ' Connor, Sharon L. — Towson; Elementary Education — KAH; SNEA. G ' Dav. Kelly D.— Silver Spring; Civil Engineering— ASCE. VP; UCA; Intramurals. O ' Donnell, Jim Ohnstad, Joan K. — Bethesda; Early Childhood Education — Dorm Activities. O ' ckle. EM-en M.— Glen Bumie; English. Oksner, Michael L. — Silver Spring: Accounting — Ski Club. Oliver, Saundra R. — Baltimore: Music Education — SAI; Chapel Choir; Dorm Exec. Council; Parents " Day Comm.; Big Sister; Student Religious Council. O ' Meara, Sharon E.— Miami. Florida; Textiles Clothing— A . Standards Chm., Chaplain; Panhel Council; The Greek; Pres. Convocation Comm, On, Tony 450 Uiiulalo, Domlnlck— Yonkcrs, New York; History. OranK«t . tarll n L. — Silver Spring; Social Studies — KATl, SNEA; SMS I A Oiborn, Mary H. — Aberdeen; Interior Design — NSID; Course Guide Owens, Joyce E. — H;inover; Sociology — Dorm. Treas.. WRA Rep., Scholarship Chm.; Campus Chest. Puce. Linda M. — New Carolloton; Enalish — Modern Dance Group. Paglfo, Mary Victoria — Newark. New Jersey; English — Dorm Academic Comm. Palmer. N Paiita es. Peter W. — Silver Spring; Transportation — 0X; ANA; l ' ( -A Paradise. James F.— Baltimore; Mechanical Engineering — ASME; I), urn, liiu.iiiuii.ils. House Rules. Parlseau. Robert A. — AtUcboro. Mass.ichusetts; Transportation — N ; 1 .ni. ' M Parkin, Bonnie .M. — Hagcrslown; Accounting — Dorm. Big Sister, Homecoming Comm.. Parliamentarian; Accounting Club. Parsons, Edwin Parsons. Kichard Pass. Ellen I. — Baltimore; Early Childhood Education. Patrick. John F., Jr. — Baltimore; Electrical Engineering — TR FI ; IIKN Patterson, lorrene Patterson. William Patterson. William Paltman. W. David. Jr. Patlon, Douglas A. — Silver Spring; Personnel Management — As- sistant to Sports Info. Director. Pallon. Michael D.— Wheaton; Public Relations— ATSl; Wrestling; Track; Free St.uc. Paul, Beverly J. — Baltimore; Early Childhood Education — Young Dcmocr.its; Dorm. Homecoming. Cultural Comm.; WRA. Paul. Lawrence .M.— Mt. Rainier; Electrical Engineering— Tn H ; HKN; KK 1 ' ; Marching Band; IEEE: Dean ' s List. Payne, Pamela N. — Garrett Park; Mathematics. Payne, Sharon K, — Saginaw, Michigan; Elementary Education. Pazzuolj. Thomas Pearce, Diane Pearl, Lawrence R. — Baltimore; Economics — Donn, RA. Soc. Chm.. House Improvements; Honor ' s Convo.; Econ. Discussion Club. VP: SAM: Dean ' s List; Ski Club. Peck, David F. — Baltimore: Fire Protection; Fire Protection En- gineering — Dorm. Pres.. Intramurals; Soc. of Fire Prot. Engin. Peebles. Ella Jane 1 L — Wood Acres; Social Studies; Education— F ' M!. VP. Peed, David M, — Silver Spring; History — Diogenes Society; UCA; University Fair Housing Comm. Pelzer, Susan Pendergast. Stephen L. — Baltimore Engineering — $H2; HKN; THII; IEEE; Calvert Debate, Pres.; Newman Club; Dean ' s List. Pendorf, Frank Penello. . nne Pepersack. David F. — Towson; General Business — KA; AMA; SAM: Ski Club. Pepper, Mary V. — Hillsboro; Physical Therapy — FT Club; Wesley Foundat ion; Dorm Exec. Council. Perkowski, Peter J. — Kearny. New Jersey: Business Marketing — ROTC; Veterans Club. Perlmutter, Franklin S. — Grcenbelt: Government and Politics — ' K■ ; HBP; Hillel. VP; WMUC; SZO; Hillel Book Award. Perlow. Linda L — Bridgelon, New Jersey; French — KAFl; French Club; AVVS, Pern. Sondra L. — Silver Spring; Food and Nutrition — Sr. Prom; FOB: Jr. Prom: Soph. Prom. Perrygo, John Perch, Susan — Silver Spring; Elementary Education. Persin, Charles, Jr, — Anaandale, Virginia: Military Studies. Peters. Thomas G. — Baltimore: Education for Industry — Dorm House Rules. Softball; ASTME. Petraitis, Karel C. — College Park; Speech— UT; Young Republi- cans: Political Science, Trcas.; FOB; Frosh. Prom. Phelan, Mary Phelps, William D. — Frederick: Electrical Engineering — Marching Band: Symphonic Band; Md. Christian Fellowship; IEEE. Phillippy, Richard L, — Hagerstown; Psychologv. Philli| s. David B. — Baltimore: Sociology — il KS: Lacrosse: IFC. Phillips. Kathleen K.— Baltimore; Microbiologv— FI R ; SAM. Phillips. Michael A. — Silver Spring; Electrical Engineering— Tn n ; HKN; ' MliT; IEEE. Phillips. Sharon L. — Hagerstown; Physical Education — Dorm. Ac- tivities Chm.; Big Sister; Aqualiners. Phillips, Sydney E, — Silver Spring; Home Economics — FSS: Home Ec. Club. Pick. Benjamin Piechocki. David Piercy. Eileen A. — Leonardtown; History — rSS; Homecoming Comm. Pilitt, Dana R. Ping, Janice R. — Baltimore: Elementary Education. Piquet. Barbara L, — Washington, D.C.; Psychology — AXO. Soc. Chm.; Peoplc-to-People, Jud. Board; M-Book; AWS; SUB. PIsciotta. Robert D. — Silver Spring; Interior Design — NSID; Pro- fessional Organizations Council; Course Guide; Career Week Pitt, Sara — Baltimore; French and Spanish — AAA; International Club. Scc ' v. Cultural Chm.; Course Guide. Piltiglio. Margret M. — Silver Spring; French — Dorm. Soc. Chm.. Jud. Board. Exec. Council. Pleet, Ellen S.— Baltimore: Speech Therapy. Pleines, John H.— Baltimore: History. Podberesky, Samuel — Baltimore; Aerospace Engineering — AKAA; Hillel. Intramurals; Dorm House Rules. WB Polakoff, Lawrence M. — Baltimore; Government and Politics— ZBT, See. Chm. Polen, Rebecca — Baltimore; Sociology — Flying Follies; Elections Board; VMH; Dorm Officer. Pollock, Robert M. — Silver Spring; Government and Politics— A S1. Soc. Chm.; Univ. Band; Pre-Law Club. Poole, Linda M. — Center Valley, Pennsylvania; Astronomy — SITS; Astronomy Honors Program; International Club. Poole, Mary D. — Towson; Science Education — Dorm Orientation Chm.; Big Sister; Modern Dance Club. Porter, Richard R. — Towson; Botany — NRH; Dorm, Pres., Home- coming Chm.; HAE Rep. Potash, Esther B. — Silver Spring; Art and Sciences. Potter, Michael F.— Baltimore; Chemical Engineering— AIChE; Dorm, Intramurals, Comm. Chm. Potts, Frances V. — Baltimore; History — Newman Club. Pound, Susan M. — Baltimore; Elementary Education. Powell, Kenneth D. — Greenbelt; History — Wesley Foundation; Chapel Choir. Powell, Lawrence N. — Newark, California; History — A0, Treas.; BK; ODK; CHS; Kalegethos; SGA Cultural Comm., Chm.; IFC Court. Chief Justice. Powers, Jane E. — Bethesda; Sociology — A . Activities Chm • DIAMONDBACK; TERRAPIN; College Casino; VMH; AWS Cultural Comm. Pratt, Pamela J. — Wonalancet. New Hampshire; French. Press, Howard A. — Washington, D.C.; Mathematics — Pharmacy Club; Assoc, for Computer Machinery; Dorm. Treas. Preston, Maurice L. — Towson; History — Freshman Prom. Chm.; Sophomore Prom, Chm.; SGA Elections Board; Dorm Com- mittees. Pridgeon, Sandra A. — Severna Park; Art History — Dorm, Cul- tural Chm ; WMUC; Terrapin Ski Club. Priebe, Gary W. — North Branch, New York; Fire Protection Engineermg — Society Fire Protection Engineers, Sec ' y.. VP; Dorm, VP. Pritchard, Edwin G. — Colton ' s Point: History — R.A.; AFROTC. Pritchelt, Elizabeth W.— Bethesda; Education — Hill Area Council Rep.; Dorm. Pres.. Sec ' y. Propps, Rodney L. — Bladensburg; International Marketing — AMA; Ski Club; Sports Car Club. Proudfoot, Dianna D. — Silver Spring; Home Economics Educa- tion — Dorm Council; Complex Council. Puglisi, Carmela J. — Whealon; Elementary Education. Putman, Janis R. — Farmington, Illinois; Mathematics — ATA. Cor- res. Sec ' y, Jud. Board; Greek. Staff; Homecoming Float Chm.; Jr. Prom Comm. Putzel, Carol J. — Baltimore; Sociology — Sociology Club; Intra- murals; Dorm Activities. Pynn. Helen F. — Beltsville; English Education. Quarles, Neal H. — Baltimore; Comparative Literature — HS; " JK ; ODK; $RK; Dorm, Pres., Scholarship Comm.. House Rules Comm.; R.A. Quleta, Nancy Quinn, E. — Silver Spring; Elementary Education — KKP. Pres.. Rush Chm.; KAII. Pres.; Mortar Board; Bridal Fair. Chm.; Campus Chest; AWS Exec. Council. Quinn, Martin R. — Glen Bumie; English. Ouinn, Marv Raderman, Michael A. — Beltsville; Zoology — KKT; Pre-Dent Club; Concert Band. Raduazo, Charles F. — Riverdale; Government and Politics. Rafel, Alan C— Arlington, Virginia; Drama — En: Nafl. Col- legiate Players. VP; UT; Madrigals; Flying Follies; Chamber Chorus; UT Key. Raffel, Su ' ian F.— r - ltimore; Social Studies — Jud Board; Complex Board of Review; Dorm, Elections Comm.. Cultural Comm.. Ac- tivities Comm. Rambo, Georee W. — Parkville; Botany — M Club; Track. Randall, William Randolph. Michael G. — Bethesda; Chemical Engineering — UCA; AICHE; Ski Club. Rappoport, Ellen H. — Union. New Jersey; Education — Hillel; SNEA. Rappoport, Shelah F. — Capitol Heights; History — AE ; Diadem; Diamond; AWS; Jr. Panhel. Treas.; Sr. Class Treas. Ratterree, Jeannine C. — Cheverly; Early Childhood Education. Ray, Wyndham E. — West Hartford. Connecticut; Psychology. Reardon. Denis P. — Primos. Pennsylvania; Accounting. Reaud, Evelvn — Havana. Cuba; Zoology — FSS; Newman Club; International Club; Fiesta Chm. Rebert, Deanna F. — Westminster; Home Economics Education — Big Sister; ColIe iate 4-H; Home Ec. Club. Redding, Carol L. — Silver Spring; Early Childhood Education. Reece, William Reed, George E., Jr. — Cookeville. Tennessee; Personnel. Reeves, Jacquelvn A. — Silver Spring; English — A . VP; Free State. Reeves, Paul W.— Glen Bumie; Historv. Reger, James P. — Clear Spring; Chemistry Education — Dorm. Sec ' v-Treas.; SNEA. Rehkemper, Arthur Reid, Linda M. — Baltimore; Home Economics — Dorm Jud. Board; Big Sister; Home Ec. Club. Rellly, John General Business — Econ Dis Reines, Herbert Reinhard. Manfred J. — Baltii cussion Club. Reiss, Barry- Baltimore; Physics- Pershing Rifles; Varsity La- crosse; Dorm. Pres.. VP; Univ. Public Relations Board: M Club. Re mer, Stewart S. — Flushing. New York; Personnel Management — 2A. VP. Renard, Annette H. — Rockdale: Mathematics Education — Univer- sity Band: WMUC: UCA. Sec ' v. Renaud, Gloria M.— Takoma Park; Journalism— r B: VMH: Stu- dent-Faculty Coffee Hour. Rendely, Marsha — Takoma Park; Social Studies — International Club: People-lo-Pcople; Hillel. Rennie, Donald E. — Cumberland; Accounting. Renshaw, John Renshawe, Michael L. — Rockville; Government and Politics. Resch. Henry Reynolds, Thomas 452 Kcver. David M.— College Park; Geography— «KT; rST. Kcvera, Curnien Kr nick. Va ne M.— Baltimore; PsycholoKy— X; SGA; Siuilcni KiMMuh Comm. Kliodfs. Juiiifs W. — Adclphi; Education for Industry — i:N; Dean ' s 1 isl. SAM, Ski Club. Khiidt " ,. Sandra Kicalyone. Janice C. — Uxon Hill; English Education. Ricci, Pulrlclu S.— I ' »t riild, Massachusetts; Government and Pol- lucs — lUiivcrsity F.iir Housing Comm. Rice. Dianne— Baltimore; English— SAT; Diamond; AWS Exec. H. .ird, Aciivmcs. Bridal Fair. Richardson, Michael RidKly. John Ries, Lawrence E.— Westminster; English- Honors Residence Hall. Dorm I ' linmng Comm.; DIAMONDBACK. Rieck, Janice K. — Chester. West Virginia; Elementary Education. Rilsmandel. John N. — Takoma Park; History. Rinis, .Michael J.— Bethesda; Elementary Education — AEII; SNLA; Hillcl, Rita, Patricia . .— New York City, New York; Elementary Edu- c.ttK ' n. Roach. Patricia L. — New Winsor; Home Economics Education — A ' l ' . I ' rcs.. House Prcs.; Aqiialmcrs; Bridal Fair. Ri.hiris. David S.— lluehcsville; Electrical Engineering— IEEE. Roht ' rl . Diane G.— Schenectady. New York; English— WRA. Roberts. Marshle — Gc ( lub nantown; Elementary Education — Newman Chemical Engineering — AICHE. Robe.i. John G.— Hyattsvillc Robinson. Denny Robinson. Donna H. — Blenheim, New Jersey; Psychology — Angel Flichl; VMH. Robinson. Jeffrey Robinson, Lawrence T. — Washington, D.C.; General Business .■ dminisiration — SAM. Robinson, William Rocco, Kenneth .M. — Beihpage, New York; Physical Education — • . E. Sec ' v-Treas.: Dorm. RA. Athletic Chm. Roche. Gerard J.— Baltimore; .Marketing— SHARUM; Dorm. Pres.. Soc. Chm.; Intramurals; AAi:; AMA. Rochkind. Sue — Silver Spring; Microbiology — SAO. Treas. Rode. Howard G. — Pittsburg, Pennsylvania; Electrical Engineering — THIl; HKN; Dean ' s List; Honors Convocation. RolTman. David S. — Baltimore; Zoology — Flying Follies. Pres.; Men ' s Glee Club. Pres.; Dorm, t.ouse Improvements, Float Chm. Rogers, Nancy L. — Silver Spring; Government and Politics — r I B; SLB; FOB Rogers, Robert Roma, . Ifred L. — Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Psychology. Roman, Marilyn Rome, Rita Romberg Henry A. — College Park; Geography — 0X, Pres.; IFC: 11; Freshman and Varsity Swimming; TOT. Romersa, . nthony J, — Camp Springs; Transportation — NA, Pres., Placement Comm. Rosdol, Ellen L, — Silver Spring; Sociology — Dorm Soc. Chm, Rose, Louis Rose, Pamela A. — Olney; Public Relations — Dorm, Homecoming Chm. Rosen, Barbara Rosen, Leslie G, — Silver Spring; Elementary Education — A 1 E; SNEA; College Casino. Rosen, Steven H, — New York. New York; Government and Poli- lics- 0. K; ni;A; Dean ' s List; Golf Team; M Club; M Club Scholar— Athlete. Rosenbach. Louis S. — Baltimore; Government and Politics. Rosenberg. Burton A. — Silver Spring: Government and Politics — SUB. Soc. Comm.; DIAMONDBACK. Advertising Rep. Rosenberg. Ellen— Bethesda; Sociology- Old Line Party. Rep.. Camp.ugn Comm.; TERRAPIN. Assoc. Ed., Ass ' t. Sec. Ed. Rosenberg, Marlene — Hyattsvillc; Science Education — KAFI. Rosenblum, Robert L, — Silver Spring; Electrical Engineering — HTO; HKN; IEEE. Rosensky, Annette — Silver Spring; French — French Club; UCA. Roslyn, Vivian — Oxon Hill; Sociology — Dorm, Treas.; AWS Comm. Chm. Rosotr, Cheryl S, — Silver Spring; Elementary Education — SAT. Corres. Sec ' y.; Flying Follies; AWS; Elections Bd.; Jr. Prom Comm.; Homecoming Comm. Ross, . ndrea Rosser, David Rossoff, Michael E.— Silver Spring; Zoology— KAM, VP; DIA- MONDBACK Photographer; TERRAPIN, Photographer; Pre-Vet Club; llillcl Israel Folk Dancing. Roth, John D. — Takoma Park; Accounting — Band. Rothert, Donna L.— Baltimore; En-lish ErfiK ■iticn— Dorm. Jud Board. Exec Council, Orientation Chm.; Big Sister; WMUC. Rotz, Douglas M. — Altoona. Pennsylvania; Information Systems Management — . XA. Pledge Class Pres.; ACU Bowling Champion. Rowe. Marjorie Rowley. Olive Rowley. Thomas H, — Adclphi; Accounting — HA ' F; Accounting Club. Rubenstein, Gary Rubenstein. Eileen G. — Baltimore; Speech and Dramatic Arts — UT. Ass ' t ; Complex Council. Secy. Soc. Chm.; Experimental Theater. Publicity Dir,; Dorm. Special Activities Chm. Rubenstein. Bonnie G. — Owings Mill; Early Childhood Education. Rudacille, Hannah E. — Baltimore; English. Rudden, Sharon L, — Rockville; Elementary Education — VMH; Dorm Committees. Rudo, Ja; 3a2Jf»PS 453 i Russack, Elena A. — Silver Spring; Elementary Education — Aqua- Russomannd, Lawrence P. — Newark, New Jersey; Pre-Med — TKE- Pre-Mcd Society; UCA; IPC Com.; Interfratefnity Wrestling. Ruttenber;:. Judilh Ryan, Helen M.— Kensington; English— AAA; Chapel Choir; Epis- copal Foundation; DBK. Ryan, Patricia — Teaneck, New Jersey; Physical Education. Ryder, Julia E. — Matamoras, Pennsylvania; Sociology — University Choir, Historian, Treas. Sachs, Jane E. — Baltimore; Elementary Education — SS; Dean ' s List; SUB; AWS Housemother ' s Luncheon; Poll Worker; College Sachs, Stephen Sacks, Fred E. — Baltimore; Electrical Engineering — IEEE. Salata, Donna M. — Silver Spring; Conservation and Resource De- velopment — Aqualiners. Saldukas, Birule R. — Washington, D.C.; French — International Club; German Club; French Club; Newman Club, Tutoring Pro- gram. Salzman, Cynthia B. — Baltimore; Sociology — 22; STE; WRA Pres.; Jr. Class Leg.; Old Line; AWS Exec. Board; M-Book; DBK. Samsel, Sara J.— Washington, DC; Drama — AOII; Chapel Choir; Ralph Penn Memorial Award. Sandford, Susan L. — Westbury, New York; History — AAA. Pres.; Angel Flight, Sec ' y; Free State; WRA Activities. Sandlass. Elinor J. — Baltimore; English. Santucci, Edward A. — Cranford, New Jersey; Biological Sciences — AXA. Sapperstein, Harriet Sapperstein, Marshall S. — Baltimore; Government and Politics. Sari, John J. — Bound Brook, New Jersey; Economics — 0X. Sarlin. Ronald A. — Greenbelt; Education for Industry — SAM, Executive Ed.; ASTME. Sausser, Sue A. — University Park; Secondary Education. Saxe, Cornelius B. — Catskill, New York; General Agriculture — Intramurals; Dorm, Academic Comm. Chm. Sborofsky, Linda S. — Baltimore; Early Childhood Education — VMH; SNEA. Scarbrough, Judy W. — Bowie; English. Schafer, Robert Schaffer, Georee U. — Brookeville; Agricultural Engineering. Schanberger, Denis C. — Baltimore; Physical Education — SX; In- Schardt, Kathleen A. — Kensington; English Literature — Bridge- lander, Ed. Scharnikow, Susan K. — College Park; Elementary Education — KAH; UCA; Newman Club. Schaub, Melody L. — Baltimore; Fashion Design — Dorm, VP; Homecoming Comm. Schaus, Nicholas J. — Baltimore; Transportation — SA8; Place- ment Comm. Schenker. Samuel S.— Baltimore; History — Ae; WMUC; Course Guide; Pre-Law Club; Dean ' s List. Scherr. Alan D. — Baltimore; General Business. Scberr, Marci J. — Baltimore; Speech Therapy — AE , VP; IIAE; FOB; Diamond, SAH; TERRAPIN, Managing Ed.; Bridal Fair; PeopIe-to-People. Schifter, Kenneth— Greenbelt; Statistics— 2AM. Schilling, Estelle — Baltimore; General Biological Sciences — Modem Dance; Israeli Dancing; Tennis. Schlegel Schleicher, Thomas J. — Allentown, Pennsylvania Physical Educa- tion—Varsity M Club; PE Majors Club; ATQ. Schleicher, William A. — Mount Vernon, New York; Government and Politics — r I N. Scheenberg, Linda Schmeiser, Margaret S. — Baltimore. Schmuhl, Karl A. — Silver Spring; Electrical Engineering — IEEE; Band. Schneider, Leslie J. — Baltimore; Accounting — 2A; BAY; Br2; K«I ; Dean ' s List; Honors Convocation. Schocke, Ute I. — Hyattsville; Chemistry— WRA Sports. Schoenfeld, Ardene Schott. Glenn H. — Baltimore; Electrical Engineering — MCF, Pres.; Cultural Chm. Schotta, Linda M. — Catonsville; Home Economics Education — T2K Sweetheart. Schottler, Herbert E. — Baltimore; History — Dean ' s List; Scholarship Comm. Schreitz, Ann M. — Severna Park; Art — Chapel Choir; Trail Club; Art League. Schroeder, Leonard T. — Hagerstown; Economics — ROTC; House Rules Comm. Schwab, Anne Schwan, Charles F., Ill — Adelphi; Sociology— AXA, Schwartz, Bea Schwartz, Joan M. — Silver Spring; Enelish — SAT. VP, Recording Sec ' y; Bridal Fair; Big Sister. Schwartz, Lois S. — Baltimore; Elementary Education — AAA; Dean ' s List. Schwartz, Sheldon J. — Randallstown; Education for Industry — ASTME; IEEE; Dorm, House Rules Comm. Schwartz, Neil A. — Oceanside. New York; Physical Education — Tr.ick Team; Dorm. Athletic Chmn.. House Rules Comm.; Intra- murals. Scott, Kathy — Alexandria, Virginia; Speech Therapy — KA, Social Chm., Standard Bd. Chm.; AH. Pres.; Council of Prof. Org., Sec ' v; Old Line; Honors Conv. Sears, Ronald J. — Howard County; Psychology — Philosophy Club; Newman Club; CBP. Seeanish, Karen L. — Temple Hills; Elementary Education — Cam- bridge Complex Council; Dorm. Float Building Comm.; Ski Club. Seidel, Ronald D. — Ardmorc; International Affairs — Political Sci- ence Club. Seiders, Reginald W., H— Harpers Ferry. West Virginia; Animal Science— ATP; Madrigals; Block Bridle Club; Collegiate 4-H, Sell, William H., Jr. — Baltimore; Mechanical Engineering — TBII; II T2; ASME; Engineering Open House. Semel, Leslie 454 Svlllc Ma Sewell, John M. — Trappc; Advertising. ShulTer, Lorric A. — Silver Spring; Accounting — SA; Freshman Tennis Shane. Belt) Shannon, Mary Alice — Ft. Sumner Hilis: American StuUicn — AOII. Corr. Sec ' y; Aquuliners; People-io-People. ShanU. Joan Shapiro. Mar L. — Rockvillc; Elementary Education. Shapiro, Koberl Sharp. Ivila Sheehan. Judith E. — Hyattsvillc; Government and Politics — Young Democrats Shclton. Charles Shepard. Ihomas B.— Silver Spring; Civil Engineering— SHARUM; II ME; RUC, Treas.; HAC, Treas.; Dorm Pres.; ASCE. Sec ' y; Wesley Foundation. Shcrfey Brad Sherman Carole Sherr, Mitchell A.— Silver Spring; Economics— AA£; Dorm Cul- ture Comm. Ctimn.; House Rules; Economics Club. SherHood, Douglas Shiloh, Leonard Shlian, Joel .— Baltimore; Psychology — VX; Dorm VP; Prc-Mcd Society; Scholarship Award. Shoemaker, Fred Shprilz. Eve Shujman. Jaime — Havana, Cuba; Business Administration— AS n ; Hillcl; Ibcro-Amcrican Club; International Club; UCA. Sbolman. Mark M, — Baltimore; Government and Politics — Gym- knna. Shuman, David L. — Marion. Ohio; Government and Politics. Sbutt, Carol L, — Hyattsville; Sociology. H . Slegman, Cynthia C, — Westminster; Secretarial Education Secy; Xe; SUB; lERRAPIN. Slegrist, Jean M.— Silver Spring; Early Childhood Education- SK Bridal Fair; Daydodgcr Big Sister. Silver, Stephen A, — Rocliville; Accounting — Accounting Club. Silverman, Karen S. — Silver Spring; Elementary Education — De bate Society; Chapel Choir. Silverman, Laren — Silver Spring; Speech and Drama English Edu cation — Flying Follies, Sec ' y; Sr. Prom, Chmn.; Drama Wing SUB, Soc. Comm. Silverman, Maxene B. — Baltimore; Government and Politics— HBP; WMUC; Hillel. Treas.; WRA; Dorm Academic Chmn. Young Democrats; Political Science Club. Silveslro, Frank E. — Hyattsville: Accounting — S E, Treas., Float Chmn., Activities Chmn., Public Relations Chmn., Heart Fund Drive Chmn. SIminou, Javid — Tehran; Civil Engineering — XE; Varsity Soccer; Iranian CUb, Pres.; ASCE. Simmons, Morton A„ Jr. — Rockville; Zoologv — KKV; Marching Band: Pre-Mcd Club: Symphonic Band: Dorm Sec ' y and Tre,is. Simms, Martha J. — Silver Spring; Social Studies Education. Simonds. Michael D. — Takoma Park; Physical Education — AAHPER; PE Majors Club; SNEA. Simons, Donald J, — Takoma Park; J., umalism — TE ; College Casino; Blood Drive; IPC Rep.; DBK; Spring Weekend Comm. Simons, Howard B. — Baltimore; Transportation — ZBT; ANA; Old Line: IFC Rep. Simpler, Linwood Simpson, John P. — Washington, D.C.; Government Politics — Dorm. Sec ' y. House Rules Comm.; Intramurals. Sims, Linda SInay, Diane S, — Baltimore; Sociology — Dorm, Homecoming Chm Singer, Gary A. — Silver Spring; Marketing — AMA. Singer, Howard J. — Silver Spring; Physics — Physics Club. .Singleton, Thomas M. — Bethesda; General Business. SIskind, Marian S. — Takoma Park; Art Education— Amateur Radio Club. SIskind, Paula F, — Baltimore; Physical Education — Gymkana; P.E. Maiors Club. V.P. Sisler, Rosemary A,— Bethesda; English — KKP, Sec ' y; Cheeriead- er; Drama Wing, V.P., Pres.; Flying Follies. SIsson, Richard Sltaiis, Panaylotis L, — Baltimore; Zoology — Pre-Med Society; Ethos Club: Weight Lifting Club. Silzamer, Clara — Baltimore: Microbiology — Pre-Dent Club. Sec ' y. Skillon, Su7-.nn - K.— I insb •« ne. Pcnn vlv min: Sp h lAH Skinner, ' Vemon L. — Baltimore: Mathematics — Dorm, Sec ' y; Bridge Club. V.P.: RHC Sec. Workshop. Skirven, Diana L.— Baltimore: Microbiology — AOn. VP: Dia- mond. Pres.: Diadem: KAE; SAO: Greek Week Chm : TERRA- PIN. Sec. Ed.: FOB; Homecoming Pub. Chm.; Old Line; TER- RAPIN Service Key Sklar, Susan K. — Silver Spring: Personnel — Aqualiners, Sec ' y; Dorm Homecoming Chm. .Skruch, Kathleen V, — Silver Spring; Sociologv — rsS. Rec. Sec ' y; AKA; Dorm. Jud. Bd.; Soc. Club: Newman Club: Big Sisler. Slade, John F.— Vallev Lee; Economics— OAK: SHARUM; RHC Pres.; SGA Cabinet: Mobile Area Council; Dorm, Pres. Slocomb, Jon T, — Cumberland; Zoology — " Mir: MtK; Wesley Foundation, Pres : Chapel Choir. Small, Jeremy B. — Ncwcomb; General Business — ATO; Frosh Smith. Carol L.— Harrington, Delaware; English— A . Corrcs. Secy; TERRAPIN; DBK; The Greek: Ski Club. Smith, Donald M, — New Carrollton; Recreation — M Club; Track. Smith, Elizabeth Smith, Gary A. — Hyattsville; History — Arnold Air Society: Cen- tral Student Ct.: Facultv Senate Comm.; Vandenberg Guard; ROTC Wing Cdr.; Air Force Times Award. Smith, James Smith, Jane R, — Linthicum Heights; English. iHPfi Smith, Smith. Smith, Smith, Trcas.; Theatr Smith, Hist.; AWS. Smith, Jane W. — Glen Burnie; French — AAA. Janet Joan Karen L. — Bethesda; Modern Dance — OAE; STE, Sec ' y- Adv. Modern Dance Concert Group. Pres.; University e; Flying Follies; WRA. Margaret D. — Bethesda; English — KKF, VP; Mortar Board, Diadem; AAA; 11 AE; Student Traffic Court; TERRAPIN; Smith, Patricia J. — Glen Ridge, New Jersey; Marketing — Complex Cultural Comm., Co-Chm.; Dining Hall Comm.; Newman Club; AMA; SUB. Smith Penny L. — Baltimore; History — AAA; " tAB; Honors Convo- cation. Smith, Richard B. — Springville. Pennsylvania; Mechanical Engi- neering— nT2; ASME. Smith, Sue F. — Silver Spring: Government and Politics — AAA; SGA Cultural Comm.; People-To-People. Smith, Tommie D. — Bowie; Applied Design And Interior Design — NSID; Course Guide. Smithson, John H. — Hyattsville; Speech — WMUC; Radio-TV Workshop. Snisky, Edward Snyder, Carolyn M. — Baltimore; Elementary Education — Dorm, Floor Sec ' y. Snyder, Dale E. — Beltsville; Marketing — Bridge Club. Snyder, Fritz! — Baltimore; English. Solotar, Anne P. — Silver Spring; Elementary Education. Sokol, Ann L. — Hyattsville; Biology Education — SAT; AAA; Dean ' s List; Campus Casino. Solomon, Marjorie — Baltimore; Journalism — Mortar Board; ITAE; KSA; ■tKe; Women ' s Press Club; DBK; Prof IFC. Somers, Max Somerville, James A., Jr. — Alexandria. Virginia; Mechanical Engi- neering— TR n ; nTS; OAK; ASME; Dean ' s List. Spelcher, Thomas A. — Accident; American Studies — Dorm. VP, Treas., House Rules Comm.; Inlramurals. Speigel, Howard Springer, BobbI M. — Alexandria, Virginia; Government and Poli- tics — ATA, Scribe; 11 EA; French Club; Pre-Law Club; University Choir. Springer, Fred E. — Silver Spring; Civil Engineering — TBII; XE; ASCE: Pershing Rifles. Springer, Gail I. — Alexandria. Virginia; Elementary Education — Hillel; University Theatre; Aqualiners; VMH. Spurr, Brenda 3. — Aylesford. Nova Scotia. Canada; Elementary Education. Stacy, Erie M. — Silver Spring; General Business Administration — nKA, House Manager. Treas.; Ski Club; Intramurals. Stanback. Thomas Stanley. Paul R. — Riverdale; Production Management — SAM, VP. Sec ' y; ANA; UCA; Young Democrats ' Club. Stark, Carolyn P. — College Park; Interior Design — AAU; Dis- ciple Student Fellowship; NSID; WRA. Steele, Karen L. — Silver Spring; English Steer. Michael D.— Baltimore; Civil Engineering — TBII; XE; ASCE; Dorm Activities; Intramurals. Steffen. Warren Stelfensen, Ronald S. — Baltimore; General Business — ADS; DBK; University Theatre; Dorm Foat Comm. Steil, Donald K. — Baltimore; Journalism— SAX; DBK. Stein. Esther — Silver Spring; Home Economics — Dorm, Fashion Show, Comm.; Big Sister; DBK; Home Ec. Club. Stein. Marilyn K. — Havre de Grace; Sociology. Stein, Martin M.— Baltimore; Economics — AS IT ; OAE; CPO; Econ. Disc. Club; Placement Comm.; SAM; AMA; Dean ' s List; Honors Convo. Stein, Sherry A. — Pikesville; Early Childhood Education — Dean ' s List. Steinberg, Carol L. — Universitv Park; Early Childhood Education — SK; Ski Club; Dorm, Homecoming Comm., Big Sister; SNEA. Stennett, Robert Stephens, Constance Stem, Willa S.— Hyattsville; Spanish— SA n ; AAA; Ski Club. Slernberger, Susan Steuart, Susan C. — Monkton; Recreation — A ; Recreation Society. Stevens, David L. — Baltimore; Zoology. Stevens, Frederick L., Jr. — Cambridge; Psychology — VX; Dorm Pres.; Varsity Football Mgr.; Intramurals. Stevens, Robert K. — Silver Spring— Physics — B2; sn2. Stewart, Burrell H.— Glen Bumic; Transportation — ANA; WMUC; Dorm Pres. Sliegler, James H. — Washington, DC; Electrical Engineering — IEEE. Stiegler. Joan Stine, Sandra J. — Suitland; Latin-Secondarv Education — KKT; KAIT; Harmony Hall. Stlrr, Dorothy J. — Greensboro; History — Dorm Pres.; Complex Council; VMH; Jud Board. St. John, Wayne R. — Westport, Connecticutt; Economics — A2n, VP; Economics Discu.ssion Club. Treas. Slockett. Allen L— Baltimore; English— KAH. Stokes. Dallas F. — Oak Tree. New Jersey; Mechanical Engineering — IITS; ASME. Stokes. John C. — Silver Spring; Civil Engineering — Olympic Bar- bell Club; VMH; ASCE. Stolker, Harvey M. — Pikesville; Marketing. Stonebraker, Robert J. — Hagerstown; Economics — PBK; OAK; HS; Dorm Pres; DBK; Glee Club; Complex Council. Strandqnist, James M. — Salisbury; Zoology — Dorm. Soc. Comm., House Rules Comm. Strausbaugh, Larry J. — College Park; Zoology — BK; MCF, Treas., Pres. Strauss, Sandra L. — Beltsville; American Studies. Streaker. Charles B. — West Friendship: Dairy Technology — ATP, 2VP, Sec ' y; AZ, Sec ' y; 4-H, Treas.; Ways and Means Comm. Streeks. Michael Streen, Leslie M. — Baltimore; Education — AE . Soc. Chm.; Dean ' s List: TERRAPIN, Sect. Ed.; Campus Jud. Board; Freshman Prom Queen. 456 nu— A«; Sinllman. Robert Sluart. Jack C— Baltimore; Mechanical Ei ASME: I ' Liccmcnt Comm. Sludr. Rodney Sluelz. Susan J— Edgewood; Early Childhood Edu Sluel er, Donald G. — Arbulus; SAM; AMA. Stump. Marxaret Slunkel. Erwin H.— Washington. DC; Psychology— Peoplc-to- Suillvan. Edwin C— Bethcsda; Marketing— KA. Corres. Sec ' y. In- ir.mnirals; AMA; Sec " y; IPC Presents. Summers. Robert E.— Bcltsvillc: Economics. Surles. Vlriilnla L. — Rockville; Psychology— Angel Flight. Sutherland. Bob „ . , Sutton. John P.— Randallsown; Marketing— AMA; Prc-Law Club; Young Democrats. Sullon. Mary Swears, Clayton C. — Odenton; General Business and Accounlmg — HAH " . Swears. Robert C— Odenton; Government and Politics. Sweeney. Michael Swiri. Carolyn Swift. .Mary Swinskl. Edward R. — Baltimore; Chemical Engineering — AXS; Dorm. Treas.. Social Chm.; Resident Assistant. Sydney. Sharan J. — Baltimore; Special Education — Free State; FOB; Dorm. Exec. Council; WRA Intramurals; Hillel Publicity Chmn. Szeliga. Kenneth Tablnskl. Carolyn Tablonskl. Karen Tamorrla. Joan E. — Alexandria. Virginia; Elementary Education — . .MI; Sr. Invitations Tickets Comm.; Jr. Prom Queen ' s Comm.; Chapel Choir; AWS Cultural Comm. Tanclbok. Edward A. — Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Civil Engineer- ing— ASME Tanner. David Tanner. Robert J., Jr. — Wilmington. Delaware; History — AXA; DIAMONDBACK; FOB; SUB. Tapscott, Sandra A. — Silver Spring; Business Education — X©, Pres.. Sec ' v; Dorm. Treas.. Judicial Board. Tarses. Mark I. — Baltimore; Business Administration — SAM; Chess Club. Treas.; Stamp Club. Pres.; Young Democrats. Ta,sh. Robert L.— Washington. DC; Public Relations— fl ' SA, PIcdgemaster. House Manager. Rush Chmn.; IFC. Public Rela- tions. Asst. Rush Chmn.; Yearbook Distribution; DBK. Taylor. Emerson B.. Jr. — Mechanical Engineering — SAE. Taylor, Vicki I. — Baltimore; Elementary Education — Dorm Activ- ities. Tennant. John A. — Canoga Park. California; Psychology — VX. Terl. Allan H. — Baltimore; Government and Politics — nSA. VP; Young Democrats. Pres.; Political Science Club. Pres.; Dorm Pres., Academic Chmn.: Wm. H. Everett Academic Award. Terry Michael G.. Jr. — Hvaltsville; Civil Engineering. Terry. Nancy E.— Long Island. New York: Textiles and Clothing — IIB ; Bridal Fair. Pub. Chmn.; AWS Day-Dodger Big Sister; Dorm Exec. Council; WRA. Tetro, Robert C. — Bethesda; International Affairs — KA. Treas.; People-to-People. Thayer, Beatrice V.— College Park; English. Thielz, Warren A. — Timonium; Electrical Engineering — IEEE; Gvmkana. Thomas. Marion— Adelphi: English. Thomas. Phillips O. — Fruitland; Sociology— Dean ' s List; Dorm Scholarship Chmn.; Sociology Club. Thompson. Fred Thompson. James H. — Silver Spring; Economics. Thompson, Margaret J. — College Park; Textiles and Clothing — AAA; ON; Newman Foundation; Ag. Council; 4-H; Home Ec. Club. Pres.; Council For Prof. Org. Thot. Janet Tiffany. Harriet. Tinsley. Madelene Tobias. Elizabeth A. — Owings Mills; Education — Dorm Activities; Intramural Basketball. Tolson. Pamela L.— Bethesda; English— IT B . Scholarship Chmn.; FOB; AWS Day-Dodger Big Sister; Parents Day Comm. Toscano, Guv Towner, Michael P. — Glen Burnie; International Relations — Dorm VP; Dorm Treas. Towsend. Marvin S. — Baltimore; Chemistry. Trachy. John A — Sparta. New Jerscv; Production Management — AXA: Varsity Football: M Club; Dnrm Pres : Intramural Tr.ick. Traehtcnbers, Robert D. — Silver Spring; Civil Engineering — XE; run: asce. Trent, Fred E. — Clifton. New Jersey; Government and Politics — Dorm Sec ' y; FOB Trislcr, Doris A. — College Park; Elementary Education. Troclno. Joseph R. — Elizabeth. New Jersey; Urban Geography — SN: rST. Pres.; 11 AE: KAM: Council for Prof. Org.. VP; Occu- nal Preview Program; SGA Placement Comm.; TERRAPIN. Piclu Ed. Trofast, Marilyn E.— Silver Spring; Textiles and Clothing— KKT: Anoel Flight; Color Guard. Capl.; Newman Foundation; People- to-People Tropin. Sue M.— Wheaton; Journalism— F n. Corr. Sec ' v; DBK: SGA Newspaper: UT. Trumbauer. James Truppner. Carol Tull. Melvin Tunanldas. Pete E.— Baltimore; Marketing — AAS. Tupper. Robert B. — Bowie; Mechanical Engineering — IITE; ASME. VP. Tumbull. Karen L— College Park; Criminology- r n. Scholar- ship Chm.; " PX; AWS. Exec. Council. Const. Chm.; SUB; FOB; DBK; AWS Service Award; Studley Award. Turner. Alan — Baltimore; Psychology — Tennis Team; Pre-Dental Club; Dorm Treas. ] l Turner, Claire J.— Chevy Chase; Speech Therapy— SAH, Sec ' y; Aqualiners; Dorm, Jud. Bd., Exec. Council; CEC. Turnes, Ernest V. — Baliimore; Personnel Management — Dorm, Pres., Treas.; House Rules Comm. Turoff, Carol A. — Baltimore; Elementary Education — Angel Flight. Turpin, John K. — Mendham. New Jersey; Economics — KA. Tyrell, Mary P. — Bethesda; Home Economics — Home Ec. Club; Newman Club. Ulman, Anne C. — Towson; Government and Politics — AAA; Mor- tar Board; Diadem; Diamond; nSA; STE; People-to-People; AWS; WRA; Homecoming Comm.; Free State. Urbes, Anton J.— Frostburg; Civil Engineering — TBII; XE, V.P.; Dorm, V.P.: House Rules Comm.; ASCE. Vaccarelli, Robert Valentino, Stephanie M. — Baltimore; Advertising — AXQ; riAE; DBK. Ads Mgr.; AWS, Pub. Chm., Cultural Comm.; Senior Prom; Parents Day Comm. Vandyke, Claude S. — Rising Sun; Physical Education — $AE; PE Majors Club, Treas. Van Asolen, D avid L. — Baltimore; Accounting — AS n ; Intra- murals. Vandergoes, Philip C. — Edgewater; Civil Engineering — ASCE. Vanderhook, Ray Vantucci, Daniel J. — Chicago, Illinois; Accounting — Accounting Club; SAM. Vaughn, Menitt — Annapolis; Advertising — KA. Velarde, Luis — Lima, Peru; Economics — International Club; New- man Club; M Club; Soccer; International Fiesta Chm. Vella, Gregory J. — Greenbelt; Mechanical Engineering — ASME. Venable, Charles F. — Wheaton; Industrial Education — ATA; AIAA; Greek Week; Campus Chest; Intramurals. Vickery, Curtis B.— Baltimore; History. Voglino, Gerald E.— Waldorf; General Business— ASH; CPO; Young Republicans. Wachter, Frederick C. — Wheaton; Aerospace Engineering — AIAA. Wade, Charlotte A.— Riverdale; Early Childhood Education. Waibel, Klaus J. — Guttenberg, New Jersey; Mathematics — KKV; Marching Band. Walder, Jeffrey M. — Baltimore; Industrial Education — Dorm. Cul- tural Chm., Social Chm.; Ski Club; Campus Tide, Assoc. Ed.; Intramurals. Waldorf, Lynn — Baltimore; Sociology — AEIT; Sr. Men ' s League Rep.; Athletic Chm. Walker, Donald M. — Nutley, New Jersey; Industrial Education — IA2; AIAA, Pres. Walker, Nancy Walker, Stewart E. — Damascus; General Agriculture — Inter- Varsity; Young Republicans; Collegiate 4-H; Agronomy Club; YAF. Walker, Susan E. — Norfolk. Virginia; Speech Education — KA. Rush Chm.; Diamond; Women ' s Career Convoc; Children ' s Drama. Wallace, Thomas T. — Bethesda; Business Administration — KA, Rush Chm.; AMA; Newman Club. Waller, Marcia Walls, George Walpert, Barry M.— Baltimore; Psychology— ZBT; Pre-Dental Club; Dorm, Soc. Chm.. Treas. Walsh, James W. — Ellicott City; Mechanical Engineering — ASME. Walsh, Lawrence J. — Germantown; Journalism — SAX, Pres.; KTA; nAE; KAM; DBK. Sports Ed.; TERRAPIN. Sports Ed.; Varsity Track; Dean ' s List; ACC Athlete ' s Academic Honor Roll. Walsh, Maryann — Silver Spring; Sociology. Walsh, Michael Walsworth, Craig Walter, Martha M. — University Park; Home Economics Educa- tion — AAII; ON; Home Ec. Club; Wesley Foundation; Home- coming Dec. Comm.; SUB. Hospitality Comm.; Big Sister. Walter, Rebecca Van S. — Baltimore; French Literature — Art His- tory. Walters, Sanford K. — Baltimore; Personnel Management — Dorm, VP, Jud. Bd., Chm.; SGA Pep Comm.; Young Democrats; Hill Area Council. Walton, Rosemary A. — Arlington, Virginia; English — Dorm, Soc. Chm., Sect. Pres., Exec. Council, Fresh. Rep.; Hill Area CounciL Waltrup, Paul J. — Jacksonville; Aerospace Engineering — KA. Treas.; SFT, Pres.; TBII; Dean ' s List; AIAA, VP; Intramurals. Waranch. Barbara Ward, Steven A. — Silver Spring; Mathematics. Warner, Frank A.— Silver Spring; Statistics. Warner. Gary A.— Abingdon; English— WMUC; DBK; Radio-TV Workshop Wamick, John G. — Lonaconing; Zoology. Warren, John R.— Riveria Beach; Speech — $MA; Intramurals; Dorm. Soc. Chm.. Planning Comm.; Men ' s Glee Club. Warwick, James L. — Hyattsville; Mechanical Engineering — Van- denberp Guard; ASME; Sports Car Club. Wasielewski, Rita— Bethesda; English— People-To-People, Hosp. Chm.; WRA Comm. Chm.; Jr. Prom; Career Convocation; Old Line. Watkins, Phyllis H. — Germantown; Executive Secretary — 4-H, Sec ' y; Dorm. Orient. Chm.. Sec ' y. Watson, William S. — Bowie; Agricultural Extension Education — AFP, Pledge Trainer; Dorm Jud Board. Way, Lillo — Havre de Grace; English— STE; Modem Dance Group, Pres.; University Theatre; SGA Cultural Comm.; Chris- tian Science Org. Weaver, Anne B, — Chevy Chase; Physical Education — WRA. Weaver, Lynne Webb. Glen E.— Hyattsville; Psychology. Webb, Tyler Weber, Ann C. — Bethesda; Early Childhood Education — Dorm Jud. Board; Fresh. Prom Comm.; Jr. Prom Comm.; People-to- People. Webwe, Patrick S.— Okon Hill; Transportation— S E, Treas.; Greek, Sports Ed.; Free State; IFC; Dorm Chm. Webster, Randal D.— Dundalk; Speech— WMUC; Radio-TV Workshop. Wechslcr, Susan J.— Silver Spring; Mathematics — Aqualiners. Weese. Charlotte Weichbrod, Michael H. — Silver Spring; Sociology— UCA, Soc. Comm.. Exec. Council; SDS. Pres. WeiU, Leo 458 Dorm .luivilii-s. Wiiiutk. IralK J. " I ' ris . W. Dorm, I Wi ' iiifit ' ld. Ruber! »( ' iiir;iub, Kobcrl A.— Silver Spring; EnKinccrinu— AEH ; Tnil; 11 I ; AIAA. Wrinslock. Rarllen — Baltimore English— I 2:£. Ass ' t Rush Chm., Sorority Formal Cochm.; FOB; Pcoplclo-Pcoplc. Wi ' Isblul, Jacqueline B. — Silver Spring; Statistics — «Xe, Trcas.; 1)1 WIONDHAC K Weissniiiii, Kiilh M.— Chevy Chase; Government Politics — AAA: II lA; Dt rnt. Exec. Council, Jud Board; Peace Corps Support Ciroup Pres.; Youn Democrats; Political Science Club. Weiss, Gall F..— New York City; History— A E. Weiss, Kenneth J. — Baltimore: Psychology — Pre-Med Society, Ire. IS ; Dorm Scholastic Comm. Chm. Weiss, l.ols H.— McKeesport; Speech Therapy— 2AH; rrS. Weiss, Mark A.— Glenn Dale; Zoology— H2; £, VP; Pre-Med Society. I ' res. Welssberg, Stephen I !. — Baltimore; Civil Engineering — ASCE; Aqualmers. Wellens, Harry J. — Silver Spring; Civil Engineering — ASCE, Trcas. Wells. Barbara J.— Hyatlsville, General Business. Welsh, Timothy F. — Silver Spring; Secondary Education — Newman Cluh; IICA. Wendell. Mary Werner, Carol D.— Bethesda; Music Education— AP; 2AI; Old Line; Little Sisters of Minerva. West, Sharon L. — Baltimore; French. Wessel, John M. — Forestvillc. Civil Engineering. Weslrick, Emily J.— Linthicum Heights; Art Education — Art Ed. Association. Wheeler, Hugh G, — Louisville, Kentucky; Government « Politics. Wheeler, Patricia A, — Wheaton: International Relations — ITS. White. Angelica C. — Silver Spring; Early Childhood Education — AAA; SHARUM; Dorm, Prcs., VP; Area Council. While, Madeline While. Roy G.— Baltimore; Civil Engineering— SX; ASCE. While. Thomas Whitney. Richard D. — Hyattsville; Mechanical Engineering — TB n ; IlTl; ASMR. Wicker. Diane L. — Glen Burnie; History — Dorm Jud Board. Wiegard, Andrea M. — Baltimore; Elementary Education — New- man Club; Ski Club; WMUC. Wieland. Louis A. — Silver Spring; Economics. Wilder, IMelissa A, — North Kingstown, Rhode Island; Sociology. Wiles, Darrell A— Baltimore; Civil Engineer— AXA; ASCE. Wllkenteld, Mimi Wilkins, Frank W. — Baltimore; Mechanical Engineering — TB n ; nTS; II Mi:; Dorm, Treas.. House Improvements Chm.; Fresh- man Lacrosse; Intramural Football. W ' ilkinson. John Wlllen. Richard S. — Baltimore; Accounting — Accounting Club Williams. Bemadelte Williams. Laura E.— Baltimore; Speech Therapy— mS; SAH. Williams. Melvin F.— Washington, D.C; Economics — 2 E; AFROTC. Williams, R. B, Williams, Terry E. — Cumberland: Zoology — 2 E: Dorm, Cul- tural Comm. Chm., Float Comm., Exec. Comm., House Rules Comm.: Pre-Med Society. Willis. Patricia Wilson. Kathleen L. — Easton; Elementary Education — KKF; Bridal Fair: WRA Activities; College Casino. Wilson. Margaret E. — Falls Church. Virginia: Elementary Educa- tion— CEC Pres.; SNEA; Dorm Pres. Wiltbank. Joan — College Park; History — Newman Club: Young Democrats. VP; Ski Club: Frosh Prom Comm. Wimbrow. Robert W, — Salisbury; Economics — SAE. Windmoellcr. Karen A. — Glen Burnie; Chemistry — Newman Club; Chapel Choir: Big Sister. Winemiller. Janet M. — Riverdale; Education-English. Winkler. Robert N. — Baltimore: Psychology. Winn. Barbara Winter. Donaileen C— Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; English — r B. Wirschnil er. Gay T. — Baltimore; Early Childhood Education — AAII; AAA; AiiH; Angel Flight; Dorm Soph of Year. Wise, GIner Wise, Marian M. — Cambridge; Elementary Education — A , Treas.; IH; ( impus C isino; Ski Cluh. DBK. Wisnieski. Remadine Wisner, Caroly K.— Clinton: Home Economics — Home Ec. Club; 4-H Club. Wilhee, William R,— Jersey City. New Jersey; Psychology — Intro- mural Footb.ill: Veterans ' Club; Chesapeake Bay Party. Wobbeking, Charles A.— Arbutus: Mechanical Engineering- KKV; TBH; 11X2. Sec ' y: ASME; Marching Band; Frosh Tennis: New- man Club. Wolf, Malcolm H. — Wheaton: Personnel Labor Relations — AEfl, Pres.; Dorm Treas. Wolfe, Edward H. — Baltimore; Accounting — rA: Flying Follies, Dir.: IFC Activities: Band; Accountini; Club. Wolfe, Sharon L— University Park: Early Childhood Education. Wolfersherger. Wayne E, — Arlington, Virginia; Conservation of Natural Resources— AXA. Wolford, Chester Wolfson. Phyllis Wood, Frederick W — Towson; Marketing— AA2; SAM, AMA. lii tkgfl RD m Wood, Richard Woodrow, Vicki Wool, Carol J. — Silver Spring; Mathematics Education — HBP; Women ' s Glee Club, Pres.; Dorm, Outstanding Jr. Woman; B ' Nai Brith Book Award. Woolf, Reesa S. — Baltimore; Speech and Hearing Science — Shahrum; SAH; RHC, Pres.; Hill Area Council. V.P.; SGA, Cabinet, Elections Board; Dorm. Exec. Council; WMUC. Workman, Janet L. — Baltimore; History — Dorm. Soc. Chm.. Jud. Bd., Orientation Chm., Homecoming Chm., Old Line. Wright, Phil Wright, Robert J. — College Park; Physcial Education — S E; M Club, Sec; Lacrosse. Wright, Russell Wright, Shanna E. — Baltimore; Physical Education — $AE; Dorm, Pres. Wybenga, Irene J. — Adelphi; Elementary Education. Yacki, Thomas Yager, Susan J. — Silver Spring; Sociology — Religious Council, Sec; Sociology Club; Hillel. Yakely, Paula A. — Baltimore; Mathematics — Gymkana Troupe, Sec. Yarbro, Roger Yarrison. James L. — Baltimore; History — Pershing Rifles; Dorm, Sec. Jud. Bd.; Distmguished Military Cadet. Yarwood, Clifford A. — Beltsville; Accounting — AS . Yates, Douglas A.— Silver Spring; Physics— HS; SnS; Dorm, Pres.; Phvsics Club. Pres. York, Stephen Youth, Edward E. — Millville, New Jersey; Aerospace Engineering — AFROTC; AIAA. Young, Iris J. — Baltimore; Advertising — Dorm, Sec.-Treas.. Home- coming Comm., Big Sister. Ugly Man Comm., Glamour Rep. Yudkoff, Ruth Zachidney, Ellen Zeitler, Peggy — Baltimore; Physical Education — PE Majors Club; Dorm. WRA Chm. Zemsky, Alan J. — Silver Spring; Speech — $MA; University Choir; Radio-TV Workshop. Ziegler, William J. — West Hyattsville; Marketing — AMA. Zimmerman, Albert C. — Wausau. Wisconsin — Military Studies. Zimmerman, Donald L. — Baltimore; Marketing — ZBT; AAS, V P Sec; Frosh Pub. Chm.; Terrapin Ski Club. Ski Team. Zimmerman, Robert E. — Walkersville; Fire Protection Engineering — SFPE. Zindel, Louis G. — Wheaton: Education for Industry — SAM, Pres.; ASTME. V.P. Zisman, Esther B. — Silver Spring; American Studies. Zitomer, Signe 1. — Adelphi; Sociology — A$E; Dean ' s List; WRA; Frosh Prom; Hillel; Spring Weekend Comm. ZorrJUa, Antonia — Silver Spring; English. Zugby, Donald E. — Takoma Park; Production Managament-Eco- nomics — Newman Club; SAM. Zukerberg, Alan P.— Baltimore; Marketing— ZBT; IFC; SAM. Zwim, Gloria I. — Bowie; Elementary Education — A E, Sec ' y., VP; Big Sister: Away Weekend Comm.; Free State. Amsley, Theodore E. — Hagerstown; English — Dorm Pres. Andrews, George M. — Germantown; Business Administration— SAM. Bergantz, Arthur — Eddystone, Pennsylvania; Fire Protection Engi- neering — Soc. of Fire Protection Engr. Browdy, Donna — Pikesville; Elementary Education — Dorm Activi- ties. Cluster, Michael— Baltimore; Sociology— UFHC; SDS; CBP; SFU; Dorm Exec. Council; Dean ' s List. Cohen, Charlene Dague, Darlene E. Decker, Dick A. Ehringer, J. Sheldon Emberger, Uta — Greenblet; German. Freifeld, Elaine T.— Wheaton; Sociology— UCA; VMH. Graham, Judv A. — Fredericksburg, Virginia; English — Comple Soc. Comm.; Dorm Soc. Chm.; TERRAPIN. Gray, James E. — North Forestville; English — KA. Greul, Otto J.— Bahimore; Education for Industry— SHARUM; Dorm, Homecoming Chm., Sec ' y., Pres.; RHC Comm. Hallahan, William J.— Washington. D.C.; EngUsh. Hancher, John W. — Central City Pennsylvania; Fire Protection Engineering — Soc of Fire Protection Engr. Harrison, James W. — Chesapeake City; Personnel — KKH ' ; Dorm, House Rules Chm., Float Comm.; Marching Band Symphonic Band. Hober, Kay B. — Silver Spring; Elementary Education — AAA, Rush Chm.; Diamond, Sec ' y.; Panhel Rep. Holmes, Diana C— Colesville; American History — A, Sec ' y.; College Casino; Judo Club; AWS. Holmes, Richard M. — Towson; Transportation — Dorm, VP, Intra- murals. Scholarship comm. Hook, Elsa M. — Baltimore; Home Economics — Christian Fellow- ship; College Life. Huber, Stanford lohnston. Donald M. — Delray Beach, Florida; Commerce. Joos, Heidi I. — Pontiac. Michigan; Microbiology; SAO; AAA. Keyser, Vernon D. — Allen, Nebraska; Accounting — BAM ' ; Ac- counting Club. Kieckhefer, Ronald L. — Hyattsville; Marketing — Chapel Choir. Klauda, Eric R. — Kensington; Elementary Education — SMSTA, Treas.: SNEA. Kolevzon, Meryl — Lakewood, New Jersev; Elementary Education —Dorm VP; Campus Chest; Jud Board; SU Dance Comm.; WRA. Lantz, L. Edwin, ID — Hagerstown; Civil Engineering — XE; ASEC, Pres., Treas.; Intramurals. Lantz, Thomas J. — District Heights; Accounting — S E; UCA; Newman Club. Manser Marilyn E. — Bethesda; Mathematices — nr$; AAA; Dia- mond; Panhel.. Sec ' y; Angel Fhght; M Book. 460 Maple, Charles R. — Wheaton; Mechanical Engineering — ASME; FcntiriK Club Marano. Robert May. Klchard E. — Silver Spring: Government and Politics — ATO: II2;A; Levis; Homecoming Chm.; Cenlral Sludenl Court; Class Chm ; FOB. McGonigle. Wllhaill R.— Freehold. New Jersey; Psychology— CAPOCi; DIAMONDBACK; Pre-Dent Club; Dorm House Im- provements Chm. Olid. James A. — Baltimore; Aerospace Engineering — TH n ; SI ' T; AIAA. Plotnlck. Roslyn L. — Baltimore; Elementary Education — SAT. Recording Scc ' y. Poliner. Charles E. — Takoma Park; Mechanical Engineering — 1:11. ScL v.; ASMF; UCA; MKS. Scott. Robert Scaafani. Cus W. — Stamford. Connecticut; Secondary Education — MK; Baseb.ill; M Club. Shack. Richard — Silver Spring; Accounting — BAV; Accounting Club. Shafer. Robert C. — Havre De Grace; Journalism-Public Relations —ATI). Sinclair, Elaine M. — Potomac; Fashion IlUislration- Dorm VP; Ski Club; Aqu.ilincrs. Smith. Eueene H.. Jr. — Abinglon. Pennsylvania; Business Admin- istration— AMA; SAM. I ' rdan. Rodcll L. — Adelphi; Government and Politics — l.N; Marchini; Band; Legislature; UCA. Yablonski. Karen L. — California. Pennsylvania; Government and Politics— rK. Prcs.. Rush Chm.; Ski Club; Old Line. Seniors Not Pictured Aniholz, Susan C— Baltimore; Marketing — AMA. Arbutina. Matthew — Aliquippa, Pennsylvania; Physical Education — SK; Football; M Club Bank. Phyllis — Baltimore; Elementary Education — Dorm, VP, Soc. Chm. Baumann. Raymond E. — Baltimore; Music Education — University Band. Birshak. Michael — Silver Spring; Physical Therapy — 2A; Swim Team; M. Club. Blakeney, Thomas L. — College Park; Urban Geography — PQT; Pershing Rifles. BI00J1. Sandra — Baltimore; Elementary Education — 2AT. Sec ' y-; Sr. Class Presents; AVVS. Blum, Stephen L.— Hyattsville; Accounting — AS II; Dorm Intra- murals. Bonenberger, Dolf L. — Hagerstown; Urban Geography — Intra- murals; Dorm. Council. Athletic Comm. Branoff. Gayle M.— Baltimore; Psychology — AE ; VX; M Book; VMM; Course Guide. Brewer. James F. — Silver Spring; Psychology. Browdy. Donna — Baltimore; Elementary Education — Big Sister. Burkert. Nancy J.— Baltimore; Et glish. Chen. Bella — Taiwan; Business Management — Chinese Club. Cleveland. Harly R. — Bellsville; Electrial Engineering — IEEE. Cohen, Daniel L. — Baltimore; Microbiology — ZBT; Old Line SUB. Connor. Frank R. — Greenbelt; Electrical Engineering — TBII HKN; HS; IEEE; Dean ' s List. Coven, Allen E. — Baltimore; Psychology — SAM. VP, Treas.; IFC Elections Board. Crosby, J. Michael — Towson; Geography — SN; TQT; Young Re- publicans. Cummings, William R. — New York City, New York; Government and Politics— Veterans Club. Pres. DeCoste. Stephanie — Seabrook; Dramatic Art — National Collegiate Plavers; All; L ' T; Newman Club; Dorm Cultural Chm. Ebel. Christina H.— Rockvillc. Science Education— People-to- Peoplc; AWS; 4-H Club; Hill Area Council. Epstein. Joyce I. — Baltimore; English — SAT. Pres.; Diadem; Cam- pus Jud Board: Panhel Council: M. Book. Epstein, Roger H. — Takoma Park. Accounting — TE . Exec Board; Blood Drive. Intramurals. FInkelsteIn, Roy— Pikesville; Political Science — SAM; The Greek; Folger, Catherine L. — Baltimore; Psychology. Gilbert. Judith A. — Hyattsville: Sociology — UCA; Young Repub- licans. Glenn. Kathleen — Silver Spring: English. Green. Richard M.— Silver Spring; Mathematics. Hardwich. Diane P. — Towson. Elementary Education — KAII; SNEA: Honor ' s Convocation; Dean ' s List. Hongell. Andrew K.— Rockville; Psychology— ATA, VP; IFC; Old Line: Freshman Soccer. Keats, Beatrice B. — Annapolis; Physical Therapy Club. Kern, Ronna — r n: Dorm Activities; University Orchestra; Chamber Orchetra. Layer, George R., Jr. — Burtonsville; Social Studies — UT; Flying Follies. Licklider. Shirley M. — Hyattsville; Education. Martin. Frank B. — Allentown. Pennsvlvania; Marketing — AMA; Intramurals; Glee Club: Dorm. House Rules. VP. Marlino, Roger C. — Silver Spring: Personnel Management — Var- sity Golf: M Club. Miller. Stefan N. — Baltimore; Physical Therapy — AE: House Rules: Homecoming Comm.; Intramurals; Physical Therapy Club; Dean ' s List. MItnick, Daniel W.— Baltimore; Personnel— TE ; Blood Drive; College Casino; Campus Chest; Homecoming. Morison, Charles T. — Glen Head. New York; Government and Politics — Dorm Cultural Chm. Nelson, Mary L. — Catonsville; Spanish Education — AAII; SAl; Chapel Choir. Pittman, Waller D., Jr.— Cheverly; Mechanical Engineering — ASME; Gymkana: Ski Club. Prevas, John — Baltimore: History — Weighllifting Team; House Rules. Rollman, John R. -Catonsville; Personnel. Sandefer. Diane G.— Silver Spring; Elementary Education — VMH; Course Guide. Chapel Choir. Schlcgel. Walter H.— College Park; Education for Industry— ASTME; SAM: IEEE. Scott. Leroy — Baltimore: Accounting — Dorm. Pres.. VP; Account- ing Club: Hill Area Council: Intramurals. Shields. Lee B.— Greenbelt: Journalism— KTA; SAX; Gymkana; DIAMONDBACK. Simmons, Herbert T.— Laurel; Fine Arts— A n; UCA: Ski Oub. Smith. Angela J. — Lake Forest. Illinois: English — Swim Team. Smith. Robert W. — Oxon Hill; Elementary Education— Pershing RiHcs; MA: ROTC: Marching Band; Concert Band. Snyder, Phillip — Baltimore: Sociology— SAM: Sociology Club: La- crosse. Speclor, Larry R.— Baltimore: History— TE : IFC; FOB; Soccer. Sprinkle. Mary D.— Riderwood; Social Studies Education- r»H; nAE: Young Republicans: Free State; DIAMONDBACK. Stockman. Judith B Scranlon. Pennsylvania: History— Dorm. Jud Board; Cultural Comm. Tarutis. Gerald R.— Hampstead: History— Pol. Sci. Club. Pres.; Young Democrats; SGA Placement Comm.: Pre-Law Club. Thompson. Stephen R. — Baltimore; Journalism — S I E; KAM; SAX; DIAMONDBACK. Trjihall. Raymond C. — Parkville; Political Science— SH; Cheer- leading: Intramurals. VInlcur, Dale M. — Silver Spring; English. Wall, Linda D. — Northampton. Pennsylvania; Zoology. Walson, Douglas J. — Government and Politics — SIl. Pres.; Kale- gethos: USA; IFC; The Greek. While. Ruthannette — Alexandria. Virginia; Journalism — AAII; KTA: Diamon d: DIAMONDBACK: The Greek; Panhel. Williams. Kathleen G.— Oxon Hill; Journalism— AAA; KTA; Womens ' Press Hub. Treas.: PSS: Complex Council. WImbush. Edward E. — Cheverly; Electrical Engineering. Wing. Michael R. — Allentown. Pennsylvania: Physical Education — r-ontball; Track. Whitson. Earl G.— Alexandria. Virginia; Horticulture — AZ; Dorm OfTicer: Intramurals. Wolynskl. Victor W. — Baltimore; Aerospace Engineering — ATAA; Dorm Sec. Chm. Yablonski. Stanley P. — Baltimore; Education for Industry — TKE; SAM; ASTME Yolken. Barbara W. — Baltimore; Elementary Education — Dorm, Pres., Exec Council; Hillel. 461 • . -V:A ■ ' S:

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