T
his is it: Sutton Place,
OCOMS' ritziest
neighborhood. See how
President Houlihan with guests Lauren G. Sharp, Ph.D., Asst. Dir. of Ed., AOA, and
Eugene Sikorsky, President of the AOA
pretty and neat and
impressive things look up here.
The residents of this
neighborhood are called
"honchos". Honchos are very
high up in the food chain. They
can never really relax, though,
because they never know when
the Landlords (who are even
higher
up in the food chain) will
drop by for a visit. Although you
seldom will find transients up in
this neck of the woods, honchos
seem to like them fairly well and
have even been known
to
offer
one a cup of coffee. Coffee
comes from beans. Nobody
knows where honchos come
from.
Gary Watson, Ph.D., Research Scientist
Far Left: G. Diane Landrum, Executive
Assistant
to
the President
Cindy Beardsley, Admin. Secretary
to
the
Dean of Students
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Far Left: Susan Eubanks, Admin. Secre­
tary
to
Research
Janna Kraft, Public Relations Secretary
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