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24 Women, 74 Men Selected Phi Beta


The Radcliffe and Harvard chapters of Phi Beta Kappa have announced the election of 27 women and 74 men to membership in the honorary fraternity.

The women are: Ann T. Bailen of Eliot House; Elizabeth T. Barsh of North House and Cambridge; Harriet A. Bering of Lowell House; Agnes I. Candide of Dudley House and Washington, D.C.; Ann V. Coates of North House and Little Rock, Ark.; Deborah A. Coleman of Lowell House and Charlotte, N.C.; Susan E. Cross of North House and Lexington; Vaughn Finn of Lowell House and Washington, D.C.; and, Debbie J. Goldman of Currier House and Highland Park III.

Also elected were: Sallie T. Gouverneur of Lowell House and Kent, Conn.; Mary S. Holland of Currier House and Princeton, M.J.; Judith F. Kaufer of North House and New York City; Wendy C. Lesser of Dunster House and Palo Alto, Calif.; Melinda Liu of Currier House and Kettering, Ohio; Lucy T. Marx of Dudley House and Amherst; Randy S. Milden of Currier House and Haverhill; Carol C. Neely of Dudley House; and Ellen S. Peel of South House and Alexandria, va.

Also: Karen L. Peterson of Quincy House and Honolulu, Hawaii; Linda Rink of Lowell House and Wilmington, Del.; Patti B. Saris of Dunster House and Boston; Abby Sniderman of Mather House and Pittsburgh, Pa.; Jill E. Stein of Dudley House and Highland Park, III.; Ann F. Thomas of Currier House and Cherry Hill, N.J.; Sarah E. Thompson of North House and Lexington, Ky.; Helen R. Trilling of Quincy House and Woodland Hills, Calif.; and, Nancy E. Wilson of Leverett House and Coral Gables, Fla.

The men elected are: Philip N. Alexander of Dunster House and Kingston, Jamaica; John Arao of Leverett House and Evanston, III.; Jeffrey D. Bernhard of Quincy House and Buffalo, N.Y.; Michael M. Biehl of Adams House and Elm Grove, Wis.; John P. Boyd of Lowell House and Stoneham; Steven C. Bunnell of Kirkland House and Rumson, N.J.; Ira A. Burnim of North House and Melrose; and, Jack F. Conn of South House and CreveCoeur, Mo.

Also elected were: Christopher R. Conte of Lowell House and Olympia, Wash.; Jeffrey H. Davidson of Dudley House and Cambridge; Alan Dean of Leverett House and Elmhurst, N.Y.: Ronald A. Dieck-mann of Winthrop House and Cincinnati, Ohio; E.J. Dionne of Adams House and Fall River; Donald S. Elfendein of Winthrop House and Harrisburg, Pa.; and, Jonathan G. Falk of Dunster House and Morristown, N.J.

Also: Joshua M. Farber of Mather House and Brooklyn, N.Y.; Arthur B. Feinsod of Eliot House and Roslyn, N.Y.; Harry M. Flechtner of Winthrop House and Fostoria, Ohio; David I. Folkerts-Landau of Winthrop House and London, England; Bobby Fong of Adams House and Oakland, Calif.; Thomas L. Force of South House and Vandalia, III.; Richard D. Friedman of Winthrop House and Rockville Centre, N.Y. and, William F. Ganong III of Dunster House and Albany, Calif.

Also: Francisco R. Garcia of Mather House and San Salvador, El Salvador; Ronald R. Garet of Mather House and Los Angeles; Leigh G. Hafrey of North House and Bethesda, Md.; Baruch Halpern of North House and Philadelphia; James P. Harbison of Quincy House and Meadowbrook, Pa.; Vernon Judson Harward III of Leverett House and Northhampton; Patrick G. Hogan of Dudley House and San Francisco, Calif,; and, Edwin K. Huang of Winthrop House and Bethesda, Md.; and, Richard G. Ingber of Mather House and Flushing, N.Y.

Also selected were: John Q. Johnson of Leverett House and Chappaqua, N.Y.: Michael J. Kaplan of Mather House and Northport, N.Y.; R. Michael Kaus of Adams House and Beverly Hills, Calif.; David C. Kibbe of Eliot House and Hudson, Ohio; Hillel J. Kieval of Peabody Terrace and Auburndale; David A. Koplow of Winthrop House and Sioux Falls, S.D.; William H. Lohman of Quincy House and Providence, R.I.; Wayne H. McGuire of Dudley House and Somerville; and, Jerry A. Menikoff of Dunster House and Massapeque Park, N.Y.

Also: James B. Metzger of Mather House and Princeton, N.J.; Michael W. Michelson of Leverett House and Springfield, Pa.; Winthrop G. Minot of Lowell House and Greenwich, Conn.; Lawrence G. Miller of Quincy House and Baltimore, Md.; Timorthy i. Mueller of Leverett House and Framingham; Carl F. Muller of North House and Blythewood, S.C.; James W. Muller of Currier House and Mt. Kisco, M.Y.; Stephen N. Oesterle of Adams House and West Lafayette, Ind.; and, Harry J. Porta of Leverett House and Pittsburgh, Pa.

Also: George W. Pigman III of Currier House and New Orleans, La.; George Putnam III of Lowell House and Manchester; Michael B. Reuben of Quincy House and Oakbrook, III.; James H. Rogers Jr. of Dudley House and Hartsville, N.C.; Michael C. Ross of Leverett House and Albuquerque, N.M.; David A. Schuldberg of Dudley House and Seattle, Wash.; and, Mark Schultz of Mather House and Allentown, Pa.

Also elected were: Glenn M. Schwetz of Eliot House and Dun Ellen, N.J.; Robert M. Sedgewick Jr. of Quincy House and Dedham; Benjamin B. Sendor of Leverett House and Queens Village, N.Y.; Dennis L. Sepper of South House and Medina, Ohio; Theodore P. Seto of Dunster House and Teheran, Iran; Robert T. Skovbroten of Winthrop House and Red Wing, Minn.; Michael J. Smith of Currier House and Yonkers, N.Y.; and, Patrick J. Smith of Leverett House and Miami, Fla.

Also: Sidney S. Soldate of Leverett House and Arcadia, Calif.; Gayle L. Stephens of Dudley House and Wichita, kansas; Kenneth P. Swartz of Mather House and Newton; John A. Vering III of Eliot House and Marysville, Kansas; and, Brent H. Vine of Mather House and West Princeton, N.J.

Also: Seth P. Waxman of Quincy House and West Hartford, Conn.; Mark J. Welshimer of Leverett House and Canton, Ohio; Jeremy A. Whipple of Lowell House and Marblehead; and, Michael C. Zaslow of Mather House and Broomall, Pa.

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