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ELENA CARYN SCHMIDT: Elena has an M.A. in Anatomy and is working on her Ph.D. dissertation in the Department of Pathology of Columbia Graduate Faculties at the College of Physicians and Surgeons. Part of Elena's doctoral research was accepted in abstract form and published in the November supplement of the Journal of Cell Biology. PAULA SCHARF SCHOPF: Paula earned a Master's degree in the teaching of social studies at Columbia Teachers College. Presently she lists her occupation as "mother". "It's full, time, believe me," she says. Son Simeon Meir was born April 24, 1970. Husband Michael is an attorney for the Civil Aeronautics Board in Washington. DEANA PREISER SCHUCK: Deana is a housewife and mother of two: daughter Cheryl born October 23, 1966, and son Akiva, born January 17, l968. She describes her work as "much housework and infinite caring for, loving of, and despairing over my children." Husband Solomon is a psychologist at Monmouth College in Lakewood, New Jersey. STEPHANI COOK SIEGEL: Stephani is a fashion model with the Ford Model Agency and is also the mother of 3-year-old Alexandra and 1- year-old Zachary. Husband James, an investment banker with Kuhn, Loeb and Co., helped Stephani to deliver Zachary at home, "un- planned," Stephani assures us. PATRICIA GARDNER SNEPP: Pat's questionnaire was submitted by her mother, who informs us that Pat has been living in Hong Kong. Husband Frank is a writer and is with the American government in Saigon. EDNA CARTER SOUTHARD: Edna has lived and worked in Belgium and Germany but presently resides in Chicago where she is an editorial assistant at the University of Chicago Press. Hus- band Robert is a U. of Chicago graduate student in history and also teaches undergraduate courses. CECILE TERRIEN SPEARMAN: Cecile earned an M.A. in Education at CCNY and now teaches first grade at P.S. 200 in Manhattan. Previously she has worked in Puerto Rico and helped to train indigenous Peace Corps (V.E.S.P.R.A.) volunteers. Husband Jerry is a photographer for the Office of Urban Design of New York City's Planning Commission. MARCIA WEINSTEIN STERN: Marcia has served as class correspon- dent for the past five years. She lists her present occupa- tion as "research assistant, financial advisor, navigator, chef, personal secretary, housekeeper, interior decorator, wife, and mother." Son Jonathan was born May 7, 1970. Hus- band Richard is an attorney with Bristol-Myers Co., in New York. The Sterne have spent several summers driving around the United States visiting National Parks and Monuments. 14. SANDRA FROMER STINGLE: Sandra received an M.A. in psychology from Columbia Teachers College as us a part-time Instructor at Barnard. Husband Walter is a physician on the staff of Roosevelt Hospital in New York. LAUREN SEIDEL STORCK: Lauren earned a Ph.D. in Neuropsychology at CUNY and did research in neuropsychology at the Columbia's College of Physicians and Surgeons. Currently the Storcks are living in Madrid, where Lauren's husband John is with the management consultant firm of Touche Ross. ANN FRIEDMAN STREM: Ann earned an M.A.T. in Art Education at Harvard and is presently in business for herself designing and manufacturing stationary which she sells to department stores, including Lord & Taylor, Bergdorf Goodman, Saks Fifth Avenue, and the Harvard Coop. Husband Michael is a chemical manufacturer in Danvers, Massachusetts. JANET SULLIVAN: After majoring in psychology at Barnard for reasons of "pracitcality", Janet decided that what is important is "doing something you really love." She has therefore begun to pursue a career in music. In 1968 she received an M.A. in music from Teachers College and now teaches music at CCNY and does freelance singing. She still retains an avocational interest in psychology, however. KATHLEEN DIXON SWIFT: Kathleen is a housewife, mother, and Director of the Language Lab at York College in York Pa. Son Brian Walter was born August 5, 1969. Husband Walter is an engineer with Allis-Chalmers. The birth was Kathleen's most exciting experience since Barnard graduation. PHYLLIS SHAPIRO TABBOT: Phyllis is the mother of Deborah Ann, born May 24, 1967, and Peter Neal, born July 2, 1968. She is learning how to play tennis but spends most of her time "raising my family and making our new house a home." Husband Gilbert is a dentist with offices in Denville, New Jersey. the Tabbots' home is in White Meadow Lake. LEAH SELTZER TARLOW: Leah has taken some general Jewish educa- tion courses at Jewish Theological Seminary since graduation. Currently her duties are those of housewife, clergyman's wife, and mother of Elisha Miriam, born August 30, 1968. Husband Kenneth is Rabbi of Har Zion Temple in Radnor, Pa., where the Tarlows reside. SHALVA TELUSHKIN: Shalva has a Master's from the Columbia School of Library Service and works as Semitics Cataloger at Brandeis University. She enjoys living in Cambridge, especially because of the presence of such a huge, vibrant student community. 15.