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New College Class of 1971 Commencement program


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New College Class of 1971 Commencement program
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New College Commencement V 1971
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Sarasota, Fla.
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Six 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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CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS DAVID JoH ADAMS, General Studies Fort Wayne. Indiana KARE MAY ADAMS, General Studies CHRISTOPHER JoN ARBAK, Experimental Psychology Tacoma. Wa hington SHARON HELTO ARBUCKLE, Studio Arts Renton. \\'ashington GREGORY BERNARD BuLLOCK, General Studies :'vtattiturk New York EDWARD FRANK BURNS, Philosophy Bradenton, Florida FRANCIS NICHOLAS CEO, Political Science East Northport. ew York RoGER JAMES CLARK, G e neral Studies Mansfield, Ohio CoN TANCE LY N CORMIER, Literature 'ahant, :\lassarhusett MICHAEL ROBERT CURRY, General Studies Montague, l\.lassarhusetts SusA JANE DA ILVA, General Studies Cas('ias, Portugal GREG DARYL DAviD, History Amherst, ew York ARLE E MARIA DEBLANC, General Studies Niagara Falls, ew York SvEN Do ALDSON, Biology Wilmington, Delaware MICHAEL JoH EDGERTON, Literature Manning, Iowa JoHN JoSEPH EsAK, General Studies Oakland, New Jersey JEAN PHYLLIS FEINGOLD, Psychology Sarasota, Florida JAMES WILLIAM FLEENER, General Studies Bloomington, Illinoi JULIE MEANS FINKLE, General Studies Alexandria, Virginia DouGLAS OUTHALL FREEMAN II, General Studies ew York, ew York FRANC! WINSLOW GARD ER, General Studies D .C. DoN STEVEN GERVICH, General Studies Creve Coeur, Mis ouri JEAN ELLEN GRAHAM, Studio Arts outharnpton, Pennsylvania TIMOTHY HARTNETT, General Studies Sarasota, Florida AMY HASKELL, General Studies Richmond, Virginia LAURENCE RALPH HUNT, Psychology IT heology I Biology Springfield, Missouri DAviD EDWARD JACOBSON, Experimental Psychology Pensacola, Florida GEORGE WILLIAM KANE III, Sociology Henderson, orth Carolina PATRICK JosEPH KELLY, History ewton, Iowa RICHARD WARN KUECKS, Biology Buffalo, Wyoming DANNY STEVEN KuEHN, Mathematics St. Loui Missouri SusAN DEBORAH GRIMLEY KuNTZ Graphics/Natural History outh Woodbury, Vermont PATRICIA KATHLEE LAw ON Russian Ki irnmee, Florida MARA LuRIE, General Studies orth Miami, Florida CHARLES KENDALL MAcKAY, Philosophy/Religion Dayton, Ohio


CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS CABELL JosEPHINE MARSHALL, General Studies Savannali, Georgia DARIEN AuBURN McWHIRTER III, Social Sciences Dallas, Texas DEN I PATHEAL MILEY, Biology Alameda, California NICHOLAS EDWARD MuNGER, Law/ ociology Van Wert, Ohio RosE-LILLIAN STETLER MusiAL, General Studies Lanca ter, Pennsylvania NA CY KATHRY NEEDHAM, General Studies Columbus, Ohio DAVID HAROLD NEVEL, General Studies Miami Beach, Florida TATJANA 0STAPOFF, General Studies Coral Gables, Florida LoRAINE ALLE PEEK, General Studies ara ota, Florida MARco MAxiM PEREYMA, General tudies Troy, Ohio NATHANIEL ELLIOTT PowERS, General Studies Brooklyn, ew York BARBARA AN REEVES, General Studies orwalk, onnecticut DOROTHY MARIE ROBERTSON, General Studies hesterton, Indiana SusAN ROBERTSO Psychology Burn vtll orth Carolina JANE ROCER 8tudio Arts/ Art History aples, Florida LAUREL GE E RoTH General Studies Adelphi, Maryland DAVID LAURE CE ROTTMAN, General Studies W1lmette, Illinois MELODY GAY SASKO, Art History La Grange, Illinois A DREW NEILL GoRDON SAXE, General Studies We tport, Connecticut WILLIAM EDWARD ScHAUB, Mathematics a ton. ville, Maryland MARGARET MARY SEDENSKY, Biology Cleveland, Ohio JONATHAN CLARK SHEARER, Literature Jaffrey, ew Hamp hire STUART AR OLD SHE K, Psychology I German Cultural Studies Manheim, Pennsylvania JOAN ELLEN SLATER, Social Sciences Valley tream. w York RoBERT SwARTZ, General Studies Highland Park, Illinoi NA CY CAROL THOMPSON, General Studies unny ide, ew York JACQUELI E WADE THURSTON, General tudies Delray Beach, Florida WILLIAM RoY WESTWOOD, Sociology Billings, Montana YvoN E WHITAKER, General Studies aples, Florida LouisE HERTZ WHITE, General Studies Pelham, ew York THOMAS MARK WHITE, History tamford, Connecticut PATRICIA ELLE WooD, General Studies arasota, Florida PAUL Lour ZIMMERMA General Studies Highland Park, Illinois


Program PRELUDE The New College String Quartet Paul Wolfe, violin Anita Brooker, violin Christopher J. von Baeyer, violoncello Robert Vernon, viola PROCESSIONAL The Brass Quintet of the New College Summer Music Festival / James Thompson, trumpe t Raymond Mase, trumpe t David Kappy, Fr e nch horn ( Philip Swanson, trombon e David Gannett, tuba INVOCATION THE REvEREND HoRACE N. CooPER Quartet in A Minor, Op. 132 ... L. Beethoven First Movement The New College String Quartet REMARKS JOHN ELMENDORF, PH.D. President of the College ADDRESS "THE HIGH COST OF HIGH QUALITY" PAUL KUNTZ, PH.D Professor of Philosophy, Emory University CONFERRING OF DEGREES DALLAS w. DORT, LL.B. Chairman, Board of Trustees CHARLES c. LYONS, M.A. Acting Provost RECESSIONAL


+ After the ceremony, refreshments will be served in the Private Dining Room where an exhibition of student art is on display

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