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New College Class of 1972 Commencement program

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Title:
New College Class of 1972 Commencement program
Alternate Title:
New College Commencement VI 1972
Physical Description:
Book
Creator:
New College of Florida
Publisher:
New College of Florida
Place of Publication:
Sarasota, Fla.
Creation Date:
1972

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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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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.
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New College of Florida
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Cornrnencernent VI NEW COLLEGE SATURDAY, JUNE TENTH, NINETEEN HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-TWO SOUTH, HALL, NEW COLLEGE SARASOTA, FLORIDA

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CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS ANTHONY LEWIS BASS, Psychology Woodmere, New York RoBERT DELANEY BEAIRD III, Psychology I Lincolnwood Ilhnot s DRUCILLA EMMA BELL, General Studies Largo, Florida MARIE-BLANCHE BENEDICT, Biology Geneva, witzerland BRUCE WEIR BENIDT, General Studies Minneapolis, Minnesota ALAN SETH BERLOW, Philosophy/Religion Maplewood New Jer ey NoEL CHERYL BICKFORD, General Studies Brooklyn, New York DoUGLAS BLAKE BITMAN, Psychology Columbus, Ohio DoROTHY ELIZABETH BoBB, Physical Anthropology Point Pleasant Beach. New Jersey BEATRICE HARRIET BOLES, General Studies Brooklyn, New York ALAN CAMPION, Chemistry Orlando, Florida PAuL RoBINS CARLSON, JR., Biology Pine Plains, New York JANICE RuTH CARRICK, General Studies Oak Park, Michigan RALPH Lours CoLB, Social Sciences Glens Falls, ew York GAYLE CooNs, General Studies Fort Lauderdale, Florida JoHN SHIELDS CousiNEAU, Humanities Fremont, California DAVID CRAY, Sociology Clinton, Illinois ELLEN NICHOLS CRAY, Literature Peoria, Illinois CY THIA DEE CUMFER, Political Science Decatur, Georgia RoBERT B. DANIELSON, Political Science Fort Lauderdale Florida STEPHEN MYLES DAVIDSON, General Studies Quincy, Massachusett s ELLEN DIERDORF, General Studies Totowa, ew Jersey JOHN DIETRICH DOHRMANN, Biology Wauwatosa, Wi consin JAMES JosEPH DoNAHOE, General Studies Chevy Chas e Maryland ANN CATHLEEN ERWIN, General Studies Dunedin, Florida ALEXIS ELAINE FINLAY, Natural Science Byram, Connecticut AIMEE BETH FISHER, Russian Tonawanda, N e w York RoBIN DAY GLENN, General Studies Mamaronec k ew York DoNALD YALE GoLDBERG, Mathematics B e llwood Illinoi s LAURA LEE GoLDENBERG, General Studies Lincolnwood Illinoi E. ALEXANDER GoLDSTEIN, Economics Chicago Illinois JAMES ALEXANDER HAGERTY, JR., Sociology I Social Psychology Concord, North Carolina GLENN STEVEN HARRIS, General Studies Jacksonville, Florida RODERICK EDWARD HARRIS, Biology Jack on Missi ssippi EDWARD JosEPH HENLEY, JR., General Studies Rockville, Maryland JAY ALLEN HENRY, General Studies Hollywood Florida WILLIAM STUART HERMAN, Sociology I Social Phenomenology Paramus, e w Jersey FRANCIS GoRDON HERTZ, General Studies Pelham, New York KENNARD Ross HoNICK, Biology orfolk, Virginia RICHARD DouGLAS INGRAHAM, General Studies Omaha, N ebra ka DIANE ELIZABETH KELLY, Sociology Bridgeville, Delaware GRANT ARAM KILLIAN, General Studies Marion, Massachusett Lors JOSLIN KINGSBURY, General Studies Wellesley Hills, Ma sachusetts HARVEY KLINGER, Languages Great Neck, New York TIMOTHY ALAN KoHLER, General Studies Montpelier, Iowa NICHOLAS JOHN KouLIANOS, General Studies Tarpon Springs, Florida

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CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS VALERIE MANOS KUECKS, Biology Georgetown, Mas achu etts JuDITH ANN LEFEVRE, General Studies Chicago, Illinois JuLIE ANN LEvY, Fine Arts Fort Wayne, Indiana Ross McLAuRAN MADDEN, General Studies New York, New York RoBERT CARL MAsHMAN, Psychology New Rochelle, New York KENNETH LAWRENCE McQUAIG, Literature/ Psychology Skokie, Illinois PAULINE DIERKS MEAD, Literature Sarasota, Florida JAMES DABNEY MILLER, Philosophy College Park, Georgia GARY JoE MoNTIN, Biology Oklahoma City, Oklahoma JoHN DouGLAS MooDY, General Studies Pasadena, California KENNETH FLOYD MOORE, General Studies Palm City, Florida RICHARD ALLEN NEFF, Biology We t Chicago, Illinois MAIA NIKITOVICH, Comparative Literature Ro elle New Jersey PHILIP LEo NOTERMANN, General Studies Huntsville, Alabama RALPH FRANKLIN PENNIE, General Studies Eden Prairie, Minnesota DAVID JoHN PINI, General Studies Batavia, Illinois LINDA CRISTINE RENKWITZ, Art History Staten I land, New York ANDREW LESLIE RoMAN, General Studies ilver pring, Maryland RAY M. RosENBLOOM, General Studies University City, Missouri RICHARD CHARLES SANFORD, Literature Lee burg, Florida BoNNIE STAR SAUNDERS, Mathematics Billings, Montana DENNIS FRANKLIN SAVER, Biology Denver, Colorado SCOTT HERBERT ScHADE, Chemistry Rock Island, Illinois ELLEN PATTI SCHECHNER, General Studies Great Neck, New York JANE ELLEN SCHLICKER, General Studies Chicago, Illinois LUCINDA NoEL SNYDER, General Studies Highland Park, Illinois TIMOTHY ERNEST SNYDER, Mathematics Wilmington, Delaware HARRIS EDMUND TAYLOR, Sociology Bridgeville, Delaware BRUCE DEAN TEFFT, History Longmont, Colorado ANTHONY RICHARD TESSITORE, General Studies East Greenwich, Rhode Island MARY HAMILTON TRIMBLE, Literature Evan ton, Illinois BARBARA JEAN TYROLER, General Studies Chapel Hill, North Carolina JoHN ANDERSON VAN NEss, General Studies Williamsburg, Virginia KATHY JEAN WALLENS, Biology Great Neck, New York DAVID MADDOX WALTON, European Studies: Languages Jacksonville, Florida RuTH ELIZABETH WATSON, General Studies Sara ota, Florida JoHN LoUis WEBER, Literature Fair Lawn, New Jer ey EDWARD ALLEN WHITE, General Studies Hollywood Florida DAVID BERTRAM WILLS, General Studies Mendham, New Jersey SusAN ELLEN WoLF, Literature Highland Park, Illinois GARY RICHARD WRIGHT, Political Science Flushing, Michigan MARY Jo NEITZ WRIGHT, Sociology Laurel, Montana NANCY JANE WuERKER, Literature Hampstead, New Hampshire DAVID ZELL YouNG, Biology Stamford, Connecticut LLOYD DAVID ZuBE, General Studies Sarasota, Florida SusAN LANA ZucKERMAN, Mathematics/Physics Surfside, Florida EARLE ALLEN BARNHART, Biology Springfield, Ohio PATRICIA LYNN BARRAND, General Studies Westport, Connecticut + After the ceremony, refreshments will be served in South Hall

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Program PRELUDE The Brass Quintet of the New College Summer Music Festival James Thompson, trumpet Edward Cord, trumpet David Kappy, French horn Philip Swanson, trombone David Flood, tuba PROCESSIONAL INVOCATION THE REVEREND DocToR E. RoBERT CHABLE REMARKS JOHN ELMENDORF, PH.D. President of the College ADDRESS "LET THEM EAT WONDER BREAD" PETER KLAPPERT, M.F.A. Briggs-Copeland Lecturer on English Harvard University CONFERRING OF DEGREES DALLAS w. DORT, LL.B. Chairman, Board of Trustees RECESSIONAL


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