College to name 36 new Masters
At Annual Session, the College will award Mastership to the following College members:
Robert S. Abernathy, Little Rock, Ark.
Elias Abrutyn, Philadelphia
Jeffrey L. Anderson, Salt Lake City
Eugene M. Bozymski, Chapel Hill, N.C.
James A. Bryan II, Chapel Hill, N. C.
John R. Burton, Baltimore
Frank Davidoff, Wethersfield, Conn.
Martin G. Dillard, Washington
James T. Dove, Springfield, Ill.
Warren W. Furey, Chicago
Robert E. Goldstein, Washington
William J. Hall, Rochester, N.Y.
Donald R. Harkness, Madison, Wis.
Bernadine P. Healy, Cleveland
Frank P. Incaprera, New Orleans
Federico R. Justiniani, Miami Beach, Fla.
Kurt Kroenke, Greenwood, Ind.
Michael J. Kussman, Chevy Chase, Md.
Michael A. LaCombe, Harrison, Maine
Lewis Landsberg, Chicago
Risa J. Lavizzo-Mourey, Princeton, N.J.
Scott C. Litin, Rochester, Minn.
Thomas McGinn, Staten Island, N.Y.
George A. Pankey, New Orleans
Allan R. Ronald, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Fred Rosner, Jamaica, N.Y.
Bernard M. Rosof, Huntington, N.Y.
George A. Sarosi, Indianapolis
Raymond G. Slavin, St. Louis
Leon G. Smith, Newark, N.J.
Ramon Soto, Caracas, Venezuela
Martin I. Surks, Bronx, N.Y.
Takeshi Wajima, Temple, Texas
Richard P. Wenzel, Richmond, Va.
Norman J. Wilder, Anchorage, Alaska
Mohammad H. Zarrabi, Northport, N.Y.
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