1972 was unforgettable. Future Booth Nobel winners teamed up. A heart of gold ruled radio. An Olympic legend swam through Chicago. And the Class of 1972 reached the finish line to earn Booth degrees.
In 1972, Booth professors and future Nobel laureates Eugene Fama and Merton Miller published The Theory of Finance. The Godfather ruled in movie theaters, while Neil Young's "Heart of Gold" struck a chord as a No. 1 US single. Swimmer Mark Spitz set several world records at the US Olympic Trials in Portage Park, Chicago, on the way to winning seven Olympic Gold medals later that year.
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Mark Loughridge, ’82
Robert Rothman, ’77
Jay Freedman, ’82
Buck Jones, ’72
Cindy Machles, ’82
Warren Spar, ’77
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