Eckerd College - Logos Yearbook (St Petersburg, FL)

 - Class of 1967

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L, »• j i letitia mae atcheson bernard alberts georgia alexander charles haddon alien Stephen biddle alien al anderson james d. anderson richard w. anderson james anderton anne loulse ballard davld kinne balsley lynn ellen barron keith w. irwin, philosophy linda ann barry vicki bartelet mary ellen bartlett Jeanne beattie wayne w. bennett toni bentler ellen bermingham linda birrel valerie jean bishop robert John blanc W karen buffum Charles burns frank caldwell J louise cate kenneth caudell Claudia cauthern george k. reid, biology sherry blomeley russell bloom michael boggs robert eldridge bouwman Stanley grant bower christi brandt ashby Johnson, core genie ila chitwood Joseph b. clarkson John William clay david e. cockcroft nancy breier dana brown michael Campbell susan cheaney katherine chinnis 1 ] 1 1 1 Ov M albert howard carter, humanities m hSBSB Jif kf f John derr janis dilgren sue dotson bettye lyn duley rod dunck James durrett ■ Hi I ■ II James r. harley, phys. ed. iNfS ' illiam c. wilbur, history lucinda fahl arthur farkas robert farquhar conli ferguson James ferguson lenore fiehler emily fitts lee fitzgerald randolph forlenza al ganzenhuber jay t. gilbert juliann golden James edmiston susan ehrhardt karen elam ■ H jeanette engle diane ernisse rick faerber ■ i ■-?•« T ACT c (-..- ' , a William a. koelsch, history nicky grant barbara gregory rothy gregory sarah e. groub kathy hagan gail hall John hammel John henry hankinson sheirazada hann dawn harlan kathie harper V- anne harris ian milne hart paul haviland barbara hazen suzanne heath brad hestir robert detweiler, literature :: M$- fred whit ;, comparative lit. 1 4 carolyn hippie yoko hoshino allison howard kathy howlett gary hurst Jonathan hutchinson Judith irwin janie Jackson robert a. jahnig linda jo Jennings jean Johnson george k. Jones carol jovin patricia justice michael scott keen karen kennedy richard c. king William king candace kingsbury cecile lahusen david landis frederick langhorst yvonne lefleur heidi lenz ted j. solomon, religion i : ' -. - michael littman gregory lyon Jennifer marvin michele maurer susan matthews dare macdonald bonnie macphail . peter meinke, literature eric mccloskey jane mcculley k. e. mcintyre doug mcleod Wallace mcleod windy meyer ed mickle Joyce miller anne m. e. milner Stephen minnick margaret mitchem mary g. moffat marcia montenegro James e. mooneyham jane moore marshall moorman sheryl morgan michael myers thomas myers 3 0f douglas s. snyder, sociology r. jk w J h ; m v • robert neal Clifford nelson linda nelson Janet newell marc o ' hair mike oreste paul j. haigh, physics » J " W ' Ji " mJs -. ? % , 7 " ' V ■ James parkes rodney o. paul William j. peterson bill pettibon dan pingel laurence poole edger potter nancy powell henry genz, french IS $n ken prest steve pritchard bill prowse m. susan pulley margaret pulliam I Janice k. rainey I karen rapp rejane genz, french 1 j® HE r y kamile rasheed torn ravenel halcyon reese richard reid martha ridge sally riggs sandra romig bill roper bob ross peggy ross sharon rowley willa runge barbara robinson marlene robinson f if ' peggy satterwhite 1 h i rsu Judith schwarz electra schweikert sylvia schwintzer cile sherrill harold e. show alter r-. J robert smith John snyder John c. haworth, registrar 4 -If 1 : - • - , L ; John h. jacobson, philosophy V±5 im sally snyder Stephen spring sharon stacy William stambaugh anthony staples susan Stephens lynda may Stevenson michael st. ivan James stocking philip stormant Joseph straley ronald stroud moffatt swaim vera tanner doug tatelman tim taylor kathryn tench ian thalheimer richard thiele William thomas calvin tratebas michael trehy jane tresca Judy vance John varn ]- •. boyd Johnson, dean of men marie shao, Chinese i -to i J r mi kv A . 1 ■ B mi 1 v- m . m - M A - v ? Wih ■w- dudley degroot, sociology freshmen not pictured: sherman armstrong, richard del greco, warren Jeffrey earl, James erlandson, margaret fisher, frank fogel, celia goodson, marion gordon, katherine grady, david haynes, bernadette hill, ann kabrich, marylee lander, craig edwin learned, rose-marie annette mador, James d. reeves, John richards, barbara robertson, Sharon rock, david russ, david scates, rebecca Simmons, tyra somers, scott tyler, elain walton. , e r.¥«J ? m t 1t-l» " -J- $$l$0 3j, 1 henry vorus george wagner Janet walker ann Washington gerald watkins sterling watson robert webb James Jeffrey weir kathleen weisel herbert west margaret wharton shelley whitman susan widmayer arthur s. wilson david wise susan I. witchey skip wright sara young susan young beth zachert m wilhelm angermeier, psychology sophomore class stan m. e. alien mary altomare William anderson cheryl anonsen stu atcheson jeanne austin jill azarenock donna baird gordon batstone brenda bevan james black linda blanton roxie blish robert a. hall, french vaughn bolton marien bradsher judy brenneisen james broderick kay bungard nancy burgess torn caddel kitty callan randolph campbell david capus kathy carlson linda carroll Christine carrow elizabeth cheney i lfjJIL J yO$ |3 j F IS 1 1 m A pan I cheney john clarke mary caton marvin demons linda cox Jeffrey cramer caryn crowe John criswell kTs A - A H deanna hunt, ranay beckham, upward bound edward i. Stevens, psychology carol currier margaret davis jk Sidney e. disher, german .f| 4 M robert o. dean sherry dicks paul dieffenbach debbie donahoe robin anne duffy John eckert karen dodd chip dodson lina evans dana everett It 0ns. 3» ;f robert hodgell, art gerald green paul eric greene Judy grisso (SI judy foss don foster lonni ann fredman ofelia garcia susan garcia aline gaston aurie gomon pat gonyo lyman goodnight mrs. mcguirk, health center ronnie lee gross dint gruenberg linda hahn : obert c. meacham, mathematics torn Hamilton linda harrison michael haseman glen hedrick sharyn henry sally herbert 1- J Wilbur f. block, physics burr c. brundage, history otis h. shao, political science pam hopkins ruth horn kathy howey tonya hucks alexander hunter mike hunter cathy irwin ernest jacksor sherry jacksoi ' HPQVHHil V arf jjflHfciTiff Jn james r. carlson, drama $ f ' V carl jacobson sally joerger lynne Johnson patricia Johnson ' ' IX marilyn jones vincent kane william marcus kates hngh kauder H terry kersey kathy king sandy kingsbury paul klein patricia knous robert alan koch Joan komar betsy lagana david landis mary law greg lee steve leeper N- Y robert Johnson susan Johnson torn Johnson kathy jones o William taylor, admissions A " : mary patz, langage office A I ' P P . 1 george mccoy lindsay mcfadyen george mcguire richard mclarty - i m kay montgomery r 1 I: " ■ 1 V-- Id i :: Steven w. morgan William w. moss diana moyer Caroline mueller mary jane lewis larry lindberg pete livers david wesley lowe lele maloney melissa marrow +: mary frances mcleod jim meier darrell miller george mintz charlotte montague m H bob Stewart, director public relations margaret rigg, art m I emma convoy, president s secretary ma ' A vf: $ V tf ■m ■«■•.-. nan ohlfest shoppie Osgood John paine rod palmateer pam pardee kathy parmelee pat parmer spencer parramore martha parsons pablo perhacs ann perryman betty petro thomas phillips martha pope george raftelis charles ranson kenneth e. keeton, german terri rash emmett redding james m. reed William h. rice ■ ianna rios H sherry robey H iohn rodrigues | ron romeis ■ aura root H mw V " ■■ 1 x. - f sharon rudd ■ ' eugene saffen F Ti carol schneider Mm f - m larry schulz w n lynn sensabaugh John servo marti siegel ann smith rf " 4km barry smith fran smith lynn smith W 9 t SM ralph spainhour m. m mary friend Stewart " V - Atauife bettie stopinski t | james o. black, literatufc f ; I tim spivey david stone linda syer A l V. gary tapp ramiro tello charlene thiess susan thompson arine tiedeman mary todd robert tomasello Claudia toy henry travers merrie van loy bettie van overbeke birgit van zonneveld bishop pike, guest lecturer mrs. tallon, music x jbBiw WW Fa HjKr :. si| ■ ' k S ™ « f«f . ! carol verdery barbara Wallace carol wanamaker leslie webb larry wilmot david wilt pat wolfe John wolin helen wilder don Williams kitty Williams robert wooton eden yount marilyn ziegler jean anderson MM jane arbuckle bill arnold £5 i 1 ! R T V Ah denny bade russ bailey leah barnhart j | : " . . ■HI junior class marigene arnold Jk jo beetle Julie bell kathryn belt ernest bentley carol bowden bob boyle Stanley boynton donald buffaloe marin burch albany ruhland, social sciences secretary dorothy Johnson, library mr. keefer, language lab s w jana sue carter sharon carveth aniel a. zaret, russian jay cowan gail cowden dave cozad A v I A nick dale ann dalstrom harry davis sandy de pietro ibby dickson robert doren ■■§■ l r - dark bouwman, sociology bob clingman bill cooley diane copple dell Crawford jerry cullum jack cushman barbara dotson harriett downing Mrtda dumas rod elkins ann finkernagel a ll i William g. thomson, classics mac fite chris frost John fry carol gentry i robert j. gould, music leland d. graber, mathematics pat hackney margi hamlett terry hartsook charlotte hawley sharon hayes valerie hewitt jean hill John hindman mike hinckley kit hirshberg gloria hoi lis bettie hord butch howard barbara Johnson richard Johnson jo-la Johnston danny karr carol kennedy darryl kinne „A:-° ■ . 1 gale manning betty mansfield gabriele mazza robert b. macdonald robert mackichan dent mcgough elizabeth mckeen charles macneill robert meacham John middleton ola jane miller tink miller richard mills mike lamb pixie randy loney ernie mahaffey ' illiam waters, music s2 » w X V edward b. mclean, political science F r James moore paulette morley sharon motes rod moyer willy neal ■ichard neithamer, chemistry joe f. lowe, phys. ed. 1 jane owens patricia papps ' in V 5f «» V s . f 0 Tfc , W% ;| [V 5) sue payne jay pittner barbara poister roger poole don pooley John porter dan preston ann price bucky rees suzanne sellers avis rhodes William seman waiter sager gerry sandweiss anna schmidt jack senterfitt susan-anne shannon mary lu shepherd cheryl Sherman thom shuman alan w. carlsten, religion harry singletary bebe smith alyce spohn sandy stinette Charles stripling moira sullivan dwight tawney gail thiele sarah thomson ruth underwood • w helen smythe, humanities secretary ' 0Hm John satterfield, music f. • eleanor pugh, dr. west s secretary marie webb, campus volunteer emil kauder, economics rod westall don whitcomb margaret whitworth Charles Wilson fred wilson mike wilson david withers James wood edith wright nancy young senior class bonnie acker meredith adams V I joan allison pat altenbernd jim armstrong polly armstrong george atkinson kristi ayers jackie ballou anne brownlee dita Christie daniel chandler margaret dough langley collins Sharon cramer richard dabbs susan banks peggy barry andy beckenbach leila blair elizabeth bonner skip dale pam dolhver margaret davis david eachus nancy dawson don dewhurst mary dickson susan easterberg don eichelberger beverly fant david fenner robert ferguson lloyd fleck sandra fletcher o henry flug Janice forrester ronald geisman A Mia. golden beth grohman suzanne harding (mrs. whitlock) William a. herbert penny hodge susan hughes Clyde hull ' " ' J Joanne Johnson dinah Joyce nickie kauder michael kaufold j. velma keen jo ann king mike leach tim lightfield mary-dean lee ormond loomis At sharon lott kris ludwigsen kathy markey ryan maxwell jack mcguire david mckee michele meares beth messer vicki millard carol moore mark moulthrop valerie murdock Stephen myers robert nay darryl neill alice nelson H bill ray david nichols F M 1 ' " f oraH becky novak david pugh W : M y. sharon pennock nancy polk laura price vernon richard harold robinson rufus sessions richard shivar scotty smathers m ■ suzanne snyder karen steward cindy strode phil taylor priscilla tello jed watters earl whitlock julia whitman joe Williamson rosemary wright H SOPHOMORES NOT PICTURED: cathy alston, William boaz, torn buchwald, harold christen- son, john dawson, james francis, Stephanie gordon, harriette grissom, jim hall, jane henderson, ken jones, barbara kaylor, linda lash, anne murphy, Stephen myers, robert neal, elaine olson, laura pomeroy, sandra reid, calvin sayers, martin Schu- mann, betsy walker, mary ellen warren. JUNIORS NOT PICTURED: carol ann bailey, joylynn barron, Constance bogue, anita briggs, carolyn buie, John callahan, keith campagna, jana sue carter, torn childers, connie davis, james donnelly, bruce emery, kirn farmer, marilyn godley, chuck harwood, susan hopkins, janice hunter, robert Johnson, pat justice, carol kincaid, dennis lathem, jere lykens, patricia lyons, richard mclarty, Jonathan marden, gail maston, robert myers, tim myers, torn myers, lucy ann pace, jim schietinger, Jill severson, donald Sherman, gordon slack, sherman smith, sharon suarez, leah white, ed wilson, erla zwingle. SENIORS NOT PICTURED: beverly armstrong, scott burr, robert dimming, rick gelinas, michael godley, charlotte hawley, dee houchins, peter kehde, maurice macdonald, frederick macfawn, betty raich, geraldine topaz, barbara vanderhoek. . ' • • ■ ■ paw . SSKfi H B ■■- H , . i ' , | I .= « %£V.--;,- 1 . Hi ■a - sr rii ■ ' -. ' ' . teiMJ ■ „i . . • . • .• ■ . illlp? ' iis mmBp mmm • ' -+ ■ SxtfJl 1 ■? 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Eckerd College - Logos Yearbook (St Petersburg, FL) online yearbook collection, 1968 Edition, Page 1

1968

Eckerd College - Logos Yearbook (St Petersburg, FL) online yearbook collection, 1970 Edition, Page 1

1970

Eckerd College - Logos Yearbook (St Petersburg, FL) online yearbook collection, 1972 Edition, Page 1

1972

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