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Colophon and Credits COLOR CREDITS: Jim Hunt Joe Cornell Dave Pabarcus Kevin Smith 1.5 12. 13 1.337 337 The 1971 DOME, volume 62. was printed in a volume of 6200 copies by an offset lithography process in 340 pages of 80 pound Pal mouth paper at Topeka. Kansas, by American Yearbook Com- pany The cover was conceived by Joe Cashore and manufactured by S. K. Smith Company of Chicago. Senior portraits were taken by Whitfield Delaplane of Delma Studios. New York All other photography is the work of Notre Dame students The body type is 10 pt Univers medium with captions and fac- ulty interviews in 8 pt The index is 6 pt. Univers medium and most heads are 24 pt. At one time this summer, before starting this little yearbook venture, my father said to me " Fred, you sure are a clod. I don ' t know how you ' re going to get by next year " Now I can under- stand what he meant See dad. I ' m learning. The book sure as hell wouldn ' t have got done without a lot of people pitching in My fiance Cheena deserves a lot of credit for putting up with no dates, no time, and no money all year Of course. I will have a long time to make it up to her with lavish treatment for the rest of her natural born days Mike Kopacz was the best right hand man an editor could have asked for. He was a perfect combination of good looks, brute strength, and cunning mind. He kept the crew running when the going got tough. Susie McGuire proved to be his inspiration throughout the year while at the same time handling the proofs The two assistant editors came through in the clutch - Tony Yavarone had the best recruit- ing year in Dome history while Mike Kelly kept the money straight and wrote great hack copy all year I want to thank the section editors for their work throughout the year Pat Gibbs. a stickler for perfection. Pat Kelly and Mike Paulius. our deranged sports staff, and Jeff Sauter, who with the help of his " boy " got those damned organizations out of the way just before the organizations realized that he was doing them Art work and cover painting were done by Joe Cashore who painted over Christmas, above and beyond the call of duty, just to finish up. Photography had its ups and downs. It ' s just a good thing that " Hunt came thru in the clutch. " With the help of Mike Murphy. Joe Lock. Dave Pabarcus. Joe Raymond. John Nevin. Pat Gibbs. Joe Cottrell. Matt Kubik. Hunt managed to get all the pictures shot. Of course. I can ' t forget to thank Fr Blantz. Millie Kristowski (for her M f M ' s) and Mary Louise Brown for all their help. Among the others I ' d like to thank are Brother Gorch. Cotrells hi-fi, the Wade family. Diane Carpen- tier. Ralph Snell. Steve Brion. Raquel Welch. Bill Zielonko. Chris Swelling. Jim Wagner. Bob Fries. Joe Faron. Tom Sullivan. John Keegan. John Bruha. Dave Bach. Ernie Jackson. Bob Minnix. Mike Sales. Ken Mannings. Gary Cosimini. Matt Kubik. Whitfield Dela- plane. Gail Sanderson. Sam Fields. Charlie Blum. Betty the Maid. Jack Bundy for all his help with the cover. Fr. Gnffen. Fr. Toohey. Joe Mulligan. Terri Buck. Julie Dwyer Rak. T. C Treanor. Marty Wolf. Pat Hollern. Dan Mechenbier. George Block. John Lyons. Jim Bingle. Jim Purvis. Joe Wilkowski. Mark Sorvillo. Rick Bos twick. Rod Braye. Bob Duchek. Steve Podgorski. John Flannigan. Ambrose Benkert. and all the other freshmen. Scott Caton and Bob Gerety from American Yearbook Company were also a tre- mendous help. Finally. I ' d like to thank my parents for without their efforts, this show would not have been possible To those whom I have omitted, my sincerest apologies and to those whom I ' ve mentioned, thanks again. Happy Trails
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