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New College Class of 1970 Commencement program

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Title:
New College Class of 1970 Commencement program
Alternate Title:
New College Commencement IV 1970
Physical Description:
Book
Creator:
New College of Florida
Publisher:
New College of Florida
Place of Publication:
Sarasota, Fla.
Creation Date:
1970

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
History -- New College (Sarasota, Fla.)
Graduation (School)
Genre:
government publication (state, provincial, terriorial, dependent)   ( marcgt )
College publications
Commencement program
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Sarasota

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General Note:
Five page program detailing the order of events for commencement at the New College of the University of South Florida, including location and dates of events, speakers' names and subjects and songs sung.
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New College of Florida
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New College of Florida
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NCF0000972:00001


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Commencement N NEW COLLEGE SATURDAY, JUNE THIRTEENTH, NINETEEN HUNDRED AND SEVENTY HAMILTON CENTER, NEW COLLEGE

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CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS PAUL DENNIS AooMITES, Literature Trafford, Penn ylvania BRUCE MYLES ALLEN, General Studies Schenectady, New York KIT ALEX ARBUCKLE, Religion/Psychology Chattanooga, Tennes ee DoNALD MATTHEW ARONOFF, Economics New York, New York JOEL HowARD BAILES, Literature Silver Spring, Maryland PEARL LEFKOVITS BAILES, General Studies Memphis, Tennessee MARK I. BARAZ, Religion/Psychology Jamaica, ew York DANIEL RoBERT BoEHMER, Sociology St. Louis, Missouri CLAUDIA EsTHER BoLIN, General Studies St. Petersburg, Florida KENNETH KARL BowERMEISTER, JR., Music Clewiston, Florida MARGUERITE ELIZABETH BRYAN, Economics New Orleans, Loui iana MARIE DALE BRYHAN, Biology Austin, Texas MARIAN CAMFIELD BUSSEY, Psychology Boulder, Colorado STEVEN TEVES CABRAL, Chemistry Honolulu, Hawaii KATHLEEN MARY CAPELS, French Syracuse, ew York CHARLOTTE GoRDON CARTER, Philosophy Venice, Florida MICHELLE ANN CLAYTON, Literature Westville, New Hampshire WILLIAM WALTER DoNAHUE, Mathematics St. Petersburg, Florida MARI MAuDE DRACHMANN, Psychology Holmes Beach, Florida ZELLA ELAINE ELLSHOFF, Biology Bradford, Penn ylvania DEBORA LYNN GODFREY, General Studies Jacksonville, Florida DIANA JUNE GRAVES, Psychology Ft. Lauderdale, Florida KATHRYN GRAVES, Literature Downers Grove, Illinois LEANDER SAMUEL HARDING, JR., Religion Woodbridge, Virginia WILLIAM JOHN HEDRINGTON, Literature West Allis, Wisconsin CHESTER DoNALD HETH, Psychology Palos Verdes Peninsula, California RANDALL CLARK HICKMAN, Philosophy Sioux Falls, North Dakota CHRISTINE ANNE HoPE, American Studies Garden City, Kansas LOIS W. HOSTETLER, Psychology Sarasota, Florida RussELL TY HUMPHREY, Dance/General Studies East Lansing, Michigan JAMES TIMOTHY HUNGELMANN, Psychology Minneapolis, Minnesota DIANN BYRD lNGE, History Farmville, Virginia GAIL MARIE JoHNSON, Biology Jacksonville, Florida CATHERINE Jo JONES, Creative Art & Theory Aberdeen, South Dakota DouGLAS WILLIAM KEss, Mathematics Ely, Minnesota ROLAND EDWARD KING, Philosophy Atlanta, Georgia

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CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS JAMES STAFFORD KLOPFENSTEIN, Experiential Psychology Portland, Indiana MARY RAE LAMPRECH, Religion/Psychology Bloomingdale, Illinois THOMAS HoPKINS LuHRMAN, Literature Tenafly New Jersey RoBERT CLARK MALLETT, Literature Mobile, Alabama KATHRYN LINDA MoELLER, Psychology Cleveland Heights, Ohio DAVID CLARK MooRE, Philosophy Sarasota, Florida STEPHEN RALPH NoHLGREN, Political & Economic Development Coral Gables, Florida WILLIAM BECK NUNEZ, Art Studio Jack onville, Florida EDNA WALKER PAULSON, Chemistry Morristown, New Jersey KENNETH GORDON PEFFERS, History Holland, Michigan RoNALD HAL PIERCY, Art Studio Jacksonville, Arkansas SHELLIE LISBETH PILLER, Biology Wilmette Illinois MARY REGINA PUCKETT, Religion Seneca, South Carolina DEBORAH RABINOWITZ, Biology Willamantic, Connecticut LARRY GLENN REED, General Studies Nampa, Idaho PAUL RAYMOND REID, History Danielson, Connecticut STEPHEN GILBERT ROMERO, Biology Albuquerque, New Mexico REYNOLDS WILLIAM RussELL, General Studies Pelham Manor, New York ALFRED LEE ScHEINBERG, Art History/Psychology Baltimore, Maryland LESLIE THELMA ScHOCKNER, Literature San Antonio, Texas DAVID BEARDSLEE SCHWARTZ, Psychobiology Sanibel Island, Florida MARGARET LEA SHEERAN, Literature Coral Gables Florida PHILIP MARTIN SHENK, Philosophy Manheim, Pennsylvania BARBARA ANN SIEBOROWSKA, French Philadelphia, Pennsylvania MICHAEL JACKSON SMITH, General Studies Henderson, Kentucky KAREN ELAINE SPACKMAN, Mathematics Hastings, Michigan CuRTIS CLARENCE STOKES, History Clyde, Ohio ERIC NORTON THURSTON, Psychology Clemson, South Carolina CHARLES THOMAS VEKERT, Sociology St. Clair Shores, Michigan DIANA CRAMPTON VONREUTTER, Art History/Studio Arts Cuernavaca, Mexico RYE WEBER, Sociology Dallas, Texas JOHN DAVID WESTLIE, Literature LaCrosse, Wisconsin MELANIE ANNA WITT, Dance/Religion Palm Beach, Florida PAMELA RICHARDSON WILLIAMS, Sociology Sarasota, Florida JANIS KAY WoLAK, Sociology East Point, Georgia RICHARD IRVING YATES, Philosophy Tucson, Arizona

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PROGRAM PRELUDE The Brass Quintet of the New College Summer Music Festival James Thompson, Trumpet Donald Bucchaneri, Trumpet Robert Routch, Horn Philip Swanson Trombone Samuel Pilafian, Tuba PROCESSIONAL INVOCATION THE REVEREND HoRACE N. CooPER POETRY READING WILLIAM JoHN HEDRINGTON New College, Class of '70 ADDRESS JACK McCLINTOCK Writer, St. Petersburg Times REMARKS JOHN VAN GAASBEEK ELMENDORF, PH.D. The President of the College CONFERRING OF DEGREES JOHN H. BARCROFT, PH.D. Provost PETER FREDERICK BURl, PH.D. Chairman, Division of Natural Sciences LASZLO DEME, PH.D. Chairman, Division of Social Sciences I. MARTIN SHARTAR, PH.D. Chairman, Division of Humanities JoHN D. MAcDoNALD Second Vice Chairman Board of Trustees RECESSIONAL


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