Eckerd College - Logos Yearbook (St Petersburg, FL)

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1 sys .■ ' . u ' W y : ' • R ECKERD COLLEGE LOGOS 1982 Time, flowing like o river Time, beckoning me Who knows when we shall meer again If ever . . . 2 Opening Bur rime keeps flowing lil e q river To rhe seo . . . :: ' opening - ■ ' 0 . m Goodbye my friends, maybe forever Goodbye my friends, rhe srors weir for me Who knows where we shall meet ogoin If ever . . . 6 Opening Goodbye my love, moybe forever Goodbye my love, rhe srors woir for me Who knows where we shall meer ogoin If ever . . . Opening 7 HAv. Dee ' deg,. ifyou want ' ' her S lVei T e n ooO " and P ' hoK) ' OF Uj rlon ran||( gl |lB Awis« ' °° ' " 3 10 Opening Opening 11 Mf WF Wmjhih rir yl ' ' Ie fr f ' ms ' c, ymn 1 ' ■■ - ' ' i §f SS i 1 - pti; J r - JB- - ' ' -. ai J ' .„.i«|l« J " " ' .. - ' H!9 14 Opening Bur rime keeps flowing like o river To rhe seo Till ir ' s gone forever . . . Gone forever . . . Gone forevermore . . . Opening 15 s- the Veat fO€ on DORMS HIN S€M House R.OW 1: Tim Lemieux, Rodney Chondler, Mork Disson, Tony Nelson, Mike Ventura, Mork Denbroven, Row 2: Tony Solozzo, John Bruininks, Trocey Senders, Don Domino, Tim Hodden, Jim Meyering, Brett Romsoy, Peter McCroy, Jim Overdorf, Pot Hoys. Not Pictured: Linchie Ho, Ed Sermon, Mork Riedesel, Jomie Welsh, Poul McLoughin, Mike Perrotte, Steve Loyne, Pot Costiglio, Pete Rovessi, Kirk Carter, Chris Word, John Poole, Mortin Schmitz, Terry Buchonnon ,ow 1: Dill Wright, Edwin Corson, Tony Silvo, Mike Micene, Rondolph Scotr, Floyd Widemon Row 2 Mike Lopey " Lopez, Todd Morsholl, Drion Sweeney, Doug McLeon, John 5moll, Joe Sinopi, Jose " Kiki " Vollejo f ow i: Mike " Jowbone " Pornogion, Roy Silver, Poul McLoughlin, Mori Securo, Roy Carter, Tony Doblin Nor Picrured irmonidd Rivos, Josue Asconio, Joe Correr, Todd Kevi, Lloyd Besufils, Duncon Gudo, Mike Coccioguido, Wolrer .odriguez, Keith Jones, Poul Drusger HUBBARD House Hubbord House Inrromura! Football Team H€MD€RSOh HOUS€ Row 1: Forzoneh Hodjoti, Am Siv 5rephon,P lonf.. Dorothy Chen, Kulrot (Apple) Podungkit, Row 2: Wendy Thrower Roseonne Buckley Lynn Bustle Denise Bernier. Cindy Johnson. Sondy Monn Ineldo Gormley Row 3: Lorri Booker, Morio Bertolini, Robin Merrirt, Annick Nonnock Leeonn Rogers ' Elizabeth Middleton, Anne Ksiozek, Mono del Socorro Mejio. Rhonda Morrison, Gretchen Meinke, Down Derix. Terty Eider Morcello Juan Not Pictuted ' Denise Hozlewood, Dionne McPherson, Pom Neff, Eliso Verges, Poige Peok , Louto Mortin, Ano Krojno, Mory Lynn Logono Terri Modsen )w 1 Bonn e Dorlow Debbie W cks Donno 5 Ivermon Miso Okodo Row 2 Denise Bennetr, Nancy alloce, Trocey Lovendge, Lyndo Toylor, Lou Reyes, Jodi Kroplin, Coren Choppell, Vicki Webb, Row 0: erri Prevort Silvio Orriz, Sue Colemon KIRBY House SAA ytA- i - f K.A. X ' V ca m s „ ' ' ■ A : 0 ' " , 2. Li - X 0 ' - £. y " a " •■ t c ?- L Ouy -y M (fy - iOfjf-ccX Row 1: Rondy ' Rasro ' Gross, Disco Ed " Tellecheo. Dovid " D. J " Jockson, David " Chester Riiey, Craig Pinro Moran, Phil " Rar " V iskow, Chuck " Munchie " McConn, Rudy " RAdor " Frederico. David " Porsie " Groy, Row 2 Sruorr ■ ' B-Teom " Volker, Tyrone " Very " Drown. Mark " Dealer " Bready, Kevin " Alkie " Roberts. Mike " Win- dow " Webb. Paul " Coptoin D " Rofoelii. Nor Pictured- Carmen " Uchi ' Cononie, Scott Price, J Scott " Elmo " Aemisegger, Dovid " Hir Man " Paul. Lloyd " 60 Worts " Carter, Andy " Bluro " Novak, H A " Dutterfield " Dutrerworrh. Arr Ferren, Marty " Fozzy Dear " Snyder. Den " Tennessee " Swifr, Gabe DeLeone, Steve " C, J. " Ferra, Croig Horlow. TH€ Juries GN1G B€RK€L€Y House Row 1: Dovid Drorherron Spencer Howell Sol AleguQS Jeff Taylor Mike Doilou P.ow 2 Elizabeth Erchison, Louro Menefee, Allison Meordon, Jeon Fronson, Kevin Arm- srrong, N orman Crum Lori McMohon Row 3 Mzirwan Al " olph Dp Dee Shives Virginia Husring, Phil Soul, DecKy Smifh Row 4: Chip Duckerr, Pom Srickney, Simo Sof- fary, Voterie Posquole Lorry Siegel Marr Ra iler i P v. " )- vMrrnsky Tim Mortin, COPL€Y House Row 1: Mike McKinryre, Poco Mocognone, Eve Boucouvolos and Koos-Foce, Steve Estrello, Morio Apicolio Row 2: Sam Jordan, Lori Nosh, Jonet Leone, Dorlene Chopin. Carol Riegle, Row 0: Korhy Duke, Mark Jordan, Joe McVoney ond friend, Lisa Sanderson Row 4 Alex CruickShonk, Orville luliucci, Sherri Migneaulf, Bill Totter- soll, Greg McClurg, Kevin Bock, John Miners, Solly North, Cliff Rubin, Dove Hutchinson Not Pictured- Andy Stults, Ken Shields, Kim Wilkie, Andreo Froncillo. Martha Borflett. Bob Streit, Potty Meyer ow 1 Perer Helenius, Judy Rosenberg, David BoKelman, R,on i,Dovis) Crockerr, Art Amiroti Row 2: Gerard Arerokis, Loys (L A ) Monlyk. Donno Welrer Lon Pucci. P.egino Zierdr. Row 3: Chris Corr, Mike Plumlee, Jomes Sieferr Nor Pictured George Bloke, Cherold DIood, Chris Dillmon. Sue Culorro, Korhey Kemper Goie Verner, Money Roess. Chorlene Smirh. Regino D. Zieridr. Suson Dolly, Ernie Johnson. Lourie Perez, John Gunn, Perer Rond, Vincenr Scoloro, Dovid Welsh, Dill McMononnon, Comeron Burke, Vincenr Willioms. IBS£M House • €£. STUDY C€MTR€ lli LOMDOM " 5 Row 1 Angela Young, Karen Lawrence, Toffy Fieser, Virginio Coe, Elisoberh Srein Row 2 Jennifer Peckenpough, Kirry Anderson, Greg Trinkle. Mike Tubbs, Corol Arm- strong, Doobie-Whoopers. Row 3: Korhleen Akerley, Jim " Horry " Morrison, Lee Aufderhor, Laura Meochum, Tracey Rupp, Andy DIoir, Ross Lonkenou. Row 4: Richard Darrero, Doug Cobden, Loren Gray, Mark Horon, Doug " Meat Head " McVe y, Richord Coshmon, Fred Fockrmon, Charles Dourney. Nor Pictured Wendy Smith, Julie Goble, Joellen Schiike, Korhy Turner, Leslie Wasson, Steven Doris, Andy Waitmon, Greg Willioms. Jum Horrison. OB€RG House LGIGHTOM House Left to Right: K C Fuchs, Rudy Cotbos, Voletie Lundberg, 5yd Dorsel, Vinnie Ftigerio, Steve Lotkin, Ati VonHouten, Jomes Yoll " Gordnet, Rondy Corvet and Dully, BtQd Wesson. Patricio Scorriott. Rich Poge, Allison Oxford Not Pictured; Joanne Molinowski, Lindo Courts, Meredith Jordon, Kori Huber, Kolo Jorvis, Aniro Guodogno, Porricio Porron, Tino Pike, Shinobu Koro, Mouro Crovello, Mary Ellen Clutter, Jeff Walters, Butch lonnone, Jim Smith, Shown Molloy, Tom Neubetget, Dove Chandler. Kevin Hort, Richord Korz, Karl Dohne, and Rex, Row 1: Chorlie Morns, Suson Graham, Poul Grezlano. Lourenl Conein, Chris Sfovoll, Row 2: Kothy Fox, Sreve Cordozo, Row 3 Eric Evons, Beth Geroghty, Dione Hennel, Jose Tirodo, Dove Solomon, Lisa Coro, Donna Sronboch Row 4: Dove Wilhins, Rudy Cobos, Korhy Groor, Angel Dornetr, Drew Wojciokowski, Debbie Rubin, GAry Wiremon, Elizoberh Beon Nor Pictured: Scorr Connors, Ton McAlevey, Beon Buscher, John Copobionco, Jonell Henry, Lourie Dowson, Noncy Mercodo SCOTT House Row 1: Modeline Yoden (Mod). Down Dick, Loro Smirh (Ro), Erin Boggs, (Grondmo), Hilde Compmon, Shirley Torres. Row 2 Andi Polmer (Brot), Flo Wilson, Kothy Srrohs, Noncy Pels (Pinky), Leilo Denodhjil. Koren Torrisi (Pres). Monico Doerr (Mon) Row 3: Sue Smiley, Anneliese Smith, Chris Leone, Inge Compmon, Robin Suorez, Kim Smirh, Dorothy Wright (Dot), Lynn Croes Not Pictured Debro Horstmon, Groce Lewis, Shoun McCobe, Shelly Hogelgono, Louro Brown, B€€CH€R House BL KGLeV House Sirring, Mike Ponodo. Roger " Skip " Dloke. Don Wood, Mike Lindberg, Poul Frederre, Rick Leor dri, Fronk Lovaglio. Tom Kilroy Ivon Voomoride Srondirig John Tom- burro, Rondi Sussmon, Jim Morrison, Chris Vecchione, Chris Dronrley, Mike Payer, Gory Dovis, Pere Polermo, Jock Bennert, Todd Vukovich, Rick Lerriere, Deon Ferguson, Scorr Urban, Nick Polls, Greg McWirfer. Tom Brown. Pefe Douglos Dorms 31 D LTOM House Row 1 Bobbie IXuscick, Jenny Gould, Miso ' , Cindy Zohnow. Nancy Ksiozek, Undo Blocker, A M Ecklund, Suson Sparling, Karen Robinson Row 2 Dorlene Esler D , Wendy Snnith, Wendy Lusher, Karen Roberts, Colerte Sullivon, Geri Bennett, Lynn KNner Row 3: Patrice Mohoney, Dione Grabowski, 5om Cleory Damons Mo Mono Bozzini, Ana Jhones, Liz Hodgson, Diane Friederich. Row 4: Karo Kuehl, Sue Dov Newman, Evelyn Moys, Suzonne Nelson, LoNel Hagelgons. Kirby Olson, Lori Robinskos, Dionne Hislop, Eileen Dellner. Not Pictured: Debt DOUGLAS House fi? j il n )p Row Mono Folcon, Christine lonnone, Vivion Rungliono, Rachel Soniro, Lourel Noson, Kori Errico, Moureen Cloncy, Peggy Schorn, Koy Alderman. Morsho Riedesel, jrrom Raw Tomi Long. Chen Williams, Shirley Beyer, Julie Simpson. Denise Sullivan, Emily Wireman, Korhy Cottrill, Berh Mercher. Iliano Giroldo. Cossondra Kennedy n Ropes Carolyn Carbone. Ten Rorh. Ann Rasmussen. Cynthia Ennis Not Pictured Wondo Huff. Karlo Ellis. Tia Cummings. Annerte Simmons, Amy Fox, Christie Mc- elland. Ten Coy, House Row 1 Dill Kebler Tom Goodwin, Morh Durmon, Ricordo Gorcio Row 2 John Allen. Clork Ronsom, George Mooney, Robin McColl, Adorn Lewis, Doug Homel, Steve Eskonozi Row 3 Dove Wolloce Sreve Lcrne- Jock Roimjssen Don Doumgordner DeoieTolge Steve Konokis Row 4 Steve Mutptiy Roland Delisted! Brion Hogre TimMenke Jot Li,n-be t Not P c jred Ronsey K jo hsivny Core Doyd David Hettmon ndy Hepb jtn Eotl Horpct Jerty Collom Jeffrey Hopper Dovid McCullougti Mike Jones To nGoodw Row 1 Royonne McWorers Heather Allen Ceci Marceou Pom Duffy Solly Dorlow Rose Von Zobern. Volerie Coppola, Morloine Krouse, Corolyn Turnbull Vol Mag- gie Moryolyce Brunner Deborofi Hossfield Moryonne DePolnnenQry Anne Yonnokokis Kelly Corter, Iris Kolenson Row 2: Diane Dunphy, DIone Durham, Carole Pop- pelton, Julie Koplon, Borboro Sconlon, Holly Hoynes, Holly Zimmermon, Suzanne Rich, Jennifer Kilgore Not Pictured Kim Kroft, Lino Bilreiro, Dorothy Fennell, Jonet Morse, Karen Kitchen, Shoron August, Amy Fenchel, Lourie Hitz wiLson House E-ZGOSOO, 1962 Winner " Row 1; Andrew Gozis, Andrew Armour. John Podimsky, Shown Dufler, Worren Menlino. Brion McMohon, Alex Licoiroc, Philipe Schoene, Kevin McGonigol, Joy Town- send, Bruce Mcintosh, Peter Drennen, Kenny Reed, Courtney Gilmon, Clork Richardson, Ralph Dosser, Gory White. Row 2; Wolter Shoffer, Karl Victor, Mike Gutiennez, Todd Nugent. Walter Duffy. Not Pictured: Drion Crossmon. Jeff Smith. Kevin McKenney. Bruce Hoys. Yosvhiro Ago. Joime Esconellos. Mike Thornburgh. Evan Ellis, Joe Mossinello KMox House Row 1 Ed Jordon, Bruce Silverman, Moritzo Arogon, Mark Huffman, Soroh Peaden, Andrew Olson, Karen Hoskew, Suson Slaugenfiaupt Row 1 Tom Elmon, Jennifer Hossein, Rhonda Peterson, Logon Eggerr, Don Erdmon, Mike Stanley, Luis Chonglimo, Glenn Smirh, Eileen Sherwood, Rush Wofson, Bruce Monrrose, Dan Mohnkzrn Nor Pictured Carol Bundy, Eric Lundin. Susan Hyde, Woyne Hood, Joon Bogucki, Leslie King, Suzanne Schoffner MGWTOM House D MT€ House Jeffrey Dostwick Michoel Smith, John Cohen, Jesse Shorpe, Lonce Kirkbridge, Yosuhiko Nishizowo, Renick Silie, Hoimdot 5owh, Steve Porker, Johnny Clark, Corl Best, Glen Purdy, Nothon Mintoh, Regmold Sonford, Victor Harris, Charles Scott, Joe Grey, Dovid Duffy, Cliff Rubin, Todd Tyler, Peter Hough, Jeffrey Linton, Liro Korio, Greg Moson, Jeff Morcello ow 1: Solly Wollison, Kendo Oliver, Jill Kravirz, Jill Podeiford f ow 2: Andreo Eorly, Korin Musier, Lourdes f osos, Jolondo Broom, Joon Morrhews Row 3: Krisfin Doker, omelo Gusrovich, Lyilione Sprock. Leslie Morris, Shoron Booker, Tommy Underwood. Christine Hili, Mori Hyer. Linneo Mossberg, Row 4 Doris Moiouf. Lori Tyler, Lucie Vinborne, Anne Crespoc. Nor Pictured: Anno Figeroro, Shoron Boldwin, Georgio Lundberg, Lisa Trenrolonge, Deidre Podmore, Aniro Gillerr. Debbie Utkow, Felicio Ben- .on, Debbie Dosrs. iiy III BeneDicT House Row 1: Denneth Reynolds Alon Croig Audrey Hort Ainsley Reeder Theodore Stronkowski Christine Potterson Joshua Wright, Jerome Honley, Mork Lightner, Pier Westro. Ron Noke Row 2 Kothy Hoff Liso Glo ' ssberg Nancy Ryder Michoel Simnnons Sherne Bowen Anne Hall Michelle Redfearn, Mark Cushmon, Joseph Forney, Not Pictured Deanna Childers, Mory Srine, Lorroine Drize, Renee Register, Karen Gloss, Borboro Fisher, Morgorito Gorcio, Susumv Eshlkowo, David Rirchey, Croig Jones, Hubert Delbergue, John Minto, Bill Kluge House " M K€MnCDY House Row 1 Steve D ' Ardreo, Paul Spencer, Chris Spinrenweber, Jim Rortroy, Mike Gomocle, Kevin Graham, Dave Ward. Row 2: John Steokley, Rovi Kopoor, Scott Jenrette, Tim Nosh Pete Howe Bob Oxner Dove Bowel Robert Waters Bill Nolte Not Pictured Francois Vonderuegt, Steve Jones, Dove Ctossley, Rochert Domone, Jeffrey Dodge Fernondo Martinez Bill Cunningham Pot Gusrofsion Bill Belts Tom Perrillo Jeff Kirk, John Dove Polttimeri, Ben Fasono. " We don I osk for experience — we give R€SD€riT mj sa s jnding: Rich Page, Mike Lindberg, Worren Merlino, Rob Woters, Rich Dorrero, ,evin Bock, Allyson Porter, Pete Poterno, Phil Wiskow Sitting (Middle) DeeDee Shives, Ron Crokett, Adele Plotonio, Sam Geory Sitting (Couch): Viv Rutigliono, Loro Smith, Tony Solozzo, Sue Colemon, Stephanie Jones, Jim Jennings, Jetome Honley, Cliff Rubin Not Pictured George Sirgios, Steve Timmer, Viola Jacobs, Dill Kebler, Ed Jordon, Julie Koplon, Debbie Rubin, Dill Wright, CLUBS Tony Nelson, Externol Affoirs Jomes Gardner, SAD Byron Brown, SAB ECCS Dove Wilkins. Publiciry Commirtee Sol Aleguos, Acodemic Affoirs " Elmo " Aemiseggor. Presidenr Jone Morris, Legislorive Council Rob Worers, Finonctol Affoirs Nor Pictured. Terry Elder, Human IXesources ECKERD COLLEGE TOUR GUIDES Standing: Robin Suorez. Chip Duclserr. Sirring- Joe McVoney, Diane Grabowski, Anne Ksiozel . Donna Silvermon, Woyne Hood. Nor Picrured Maria Berrolini. Roseonne Ducl ley, Mark Huffman, Steven Kanakis, Karo Kuetil, Lori Lewis, Pere Porerno, Trocey Senders. Annerre Simmons, Anneliese Smirh. Steve Timmer, Dove Wallace. THE ANCIENT AND OSSIFIED ORDER OF ORGASMIC BIOLOGISTS Sronding: Don Mohnkem. Goil Werner. Teri Coy. Amy Fox. Andy Novak. Eileen Dellner. Perer Vondervegr. Bob Esachi. Mr. Bones, John Fleming, Ken Roess. Morio Boz- zinr Sirring Kelly Carrer, Kirby Olson, Loro Smirh, Dorlene Esler, Morio Hrodesky Callege Baml Semi-Finolisf Teams Beecher House Copley House Knox House Oberg House The Champions: Knox House Sirring f ovi Kopoor, Donna L Silverr Eckerd College Speakers ' Bureou , Anne Ksiozek, Mork Wenzel Sranding; Andy Novok. Vicrorio Miller, Lou Reyes, Debbie Dovis. Exrernol Affoirs Commirree Trocey Loveridge, Tony Nelson, Virginio Migliorisi, DAY STUDENTS SOCIETY FOP, THE ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT LUECR Clubs 53 CIRCLE K CLUB Kneeling: Volerie Posquole, Pomce Mohoney, Rovi Kopoor, Koren Robinson Stonding Lourie Dowson, Borry McDowell, Susan Sparling. Steve Timmer, Som Cleory, Pom Stickney, Imeldo Gormley, Dorothy Wright, Down Derix, Joonne Molinowski Not pictured: Koren Torrisi, Dove Hoffmon, Down Dick. Steve Eskenozi, Kothy Groot. Violo Jocobs. Karen Smotherr WELLNESS SUPPORT AND STRATEGY COMMITTEE Siundnq Meg Mojory Suson Finger Lyn ►- i- I honi Morverte Carter. Claire Stiles. Donno L. Silverman. Kneeling: Undo Snow, Cloude Sutcliffe Corl Best © .»i. , CHEERLEADERS Ph m t ' 3I 3l ' ■i i 14 4 ' ' - ' KSSJ ii P K 3 SI % f i J M| i H 1 ■ f--« .= s V sS ii! AHAM EC-SAP, Row 1: Sherri August, Mike Dollou, Amy Fox, Cindy Zohnow, Beth Sugden, Bill Kebler, Jomes Podungkit, Eric Lundin, Kotie Ferguson, Toffy Fieser, Sondy Snnith, John Meiners, Jock Bennett, Row 2 Peter Jotinke, Rolond Bellstedt, Ainsley F eeder, Renee Register Row 3: Tim Meinke, Bill Schmidt, Loren Gray, Tony Hough, Jim Boone, Lynn Russell, Bill Covert, Lonce Kirkbride Human Resources Stonding, Eileen Sherwood, Gino Migliorisi, Lindo McKeown. Dove Hotfmon Sitting Morsho Riedesel, Mork Gates, Ginny Werner, Terry Elder. Not Pictured: Ctiip Duckelt. Cliff Rubin, Anne Ksiozek, Kevin Armstrong, Ginno Husting, Jean Fronson, Liz Ceon, Cfiris Evons, Solly Wollison, Debbie UtKov, Corol Reigle, Dill McMonomon HEB LDGD5 STAFF To our LOGOS Editor, Donno Silverman We pork on driveways And we drive on porkwoys And we walk when we should run And rhe Editor ' s work is never done. From the rise of rhe sun To the set of the moon, There are deadlines haunted By Q meloncholy tune. Embodied thoughts and a pregnont phrase Are found upon the printed page. Beneath the pictures of our youth We writhe in onguish, seeking truth. For we ore all found in this place. Members of rhe human race, Resisting attrition from the Human Condition. We reod and write and walk and think and speok And write our thoughts upon these pages — Thoughts of college students, future sages Not yet come to full bloom O give us room! We must keep moving, in a forword direction Writing, creating, without objection. This, our LOGOS, contains our screams. Our lives, our thoughts, our hopes, our dreams. Marc E. Barlow Donno L Silverman, Editor Eddy Tellecheo, Business Manager Bill Tatrersall, Photography Editor Sherri Migneault, Photogrophy Editor Royonne McWoters, Loyout Editor Mike Pornogion, Phorogtophy Phil Soul, Photogrophy Norman Crum, Photogrophy Sue Slougenhoupt, Layout Chip Duckett, Loyout More E Barlow, Copy Gail Werner, Copy Robin Suarez, Work Scholar DeeDee Shives, Collage Expert Eve Boucouvalas, Artwotk THE " ECKSPRE55 ' ' STAFF GROPE DROWN HALL PROGRAMMING COMMITTEE Jomes Gordner, Mortho Nosh, Jo Ellen Schiike, Chris Vecchione, SAILING TEAM ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY Administration ond Foculry 67 Perer H. Armocosr, PresidenT Lloyd W. Chopin, Deon of Foculry Dennis Dinning, Vice President for Finonce More E Dorlow, Assisronr Registrar Secrerories; Ellen Walters, Judy Keyser M IITIT Ruth R. Trigg, Registrar Adminisrrotion 69 Financial Aid: Margoref Morris, Luniro P. Knox, Majorie Larhrop. Admissions: Dovid Davidson, Korhy Dummire, Monny Tovares, Detry Lowrey, Barbara Thrun, Carolyn Poole, Dick Hollin, Donna L, Silverman, Tod lochs. Melody Cass 70 Adminisfrotion Student Affairs: Allison Drondy, Dorry McDowell, Mildred Cooke, Susan Hopp, Lena Wjifolk. Mark W. Smith, Deon of Students , f sgss N Dove Cozod Tim O ' Sullivan Adminisrrotion 71 Career Services: Sheila Grafing, Darbaro Somerville, Nor Pic- tured: Sharon Coverr Linda Snow, Director of the Counseling Center. Development Staff: Reto Bishop, Bert O ' Brion, Morgoret Ennis, Berry Simpson, Betty Wotkins, Judy Word, Dr, John Laske, Jim Cook, Michael Sinkus, 72 Administrotion Mary Jones, R.H. Adminisrrarion 73 fOUMDMIOMS B€Hw iOR L sciences Foculty 75 COMPf RI We CULTUR€S »• " « 76 Foculry CR€Mll € m s L€TT€RS 78 Faculty MMURt L sciences Foculry 79 C5:Lj TV wm ! m ■■r L . ■ p ' ti Pt ' k K V Hi; k - w-M Sitl wl 4 " %! mm ,--„ m ' H ; L »- pBB3j f , r jMS: ITI :l ' J " i-i " l iiSE9iHUBpMBHWBf A ■LHHSli? ' ' fiHHjHHM I SPORTS Sporrs 97 Baseball 1982 N-i b i Ut 1sl row: Jack Leonard (oss ' f cooch). Poul Drusger. John Ponoro. John Tomburro. John Small, Peter Rovezzi, John Perillo, Mite Caccioguido, Roy Silver, Dove Welsh, 2nd row John Moyotte (heod cooch), Jon Lumbert, Dob DobkowsW, Clyde LInce, Moft Securo, Ed Schoejbe, Mike Venturo, Gerry Melillo, Sreve Lerner, Dove Poltrineri, 3rd row: Mike Pornogion, Mork Horon, Gobe Deleon, Todd Morsholl, Mike Micene, Mike Lopez, Steve Dello Bello, Fred Fochtmon, 4th row: Peter Polermo, Todd Vukovich, Dove Crossley, Gory Dovis I Sports sports 99 1 100 Sports sports 101 VDLLEVBHLL Left to Right: Stierti Ptevott. Denise Dennett. Gerti Bennett, Peggy Sctiotn, Dotlene Eslet. 102 Sports ¥■ Sports 100 5DCCER Row 1 Tom Plesonrs Perer McCroy Chns Schroder, John Tood PodimsKy Evon Ellis Perer m. . ■ . •. , ■, , ,;.e luhucci, Poul Tebbs, Joseph Mossinelio, P,ondy Gross, Timorhy WomocK, Don Wood, Greg Willioms Tom Neuberger Mort Roulersori, Orville m.vS ' ' W t %l f Sports 105 WOMEN ' S DA5KETDALL TEAM — Dock Row Dorlene Esler, Derry Hurr, Cooch Mary Ann Giocchino, Pom Gusrovich, Korhy Dube Front Row: Groce Lewis, Lori Pierce. Por- ty Meyer. Anno Krojno lii D ' T KITOMS 106 Sport Sports 107 Easketball Row 1 Getri Bennett, Don Domino, Mike Pettotte, Victot Hotris, Jeff Smith, Joe Fotney, Glenn Putdy Row 2 Suson Spotling, Chuck Goul, f eggie Sonfotd, Geotge Bloke, Poul Mottison, Vincent Willioms 108 Sports GD TRITDNB! RED RRCE! Sports 109 ' 110 sports - ?!Srp»« r ™ ' ia!WiNWwpj 1(1 5lrite6 it v - xuMli lui i t i innium Sports 111 Eoftball Bock row: Donno DIPiozzo, Andi Polmer. Mory Lynn Logono, Kim Deehon, Allyson Porrer, Denise 5ulli Prevott, Corolyn Colombo, Party Meyer, Anno Krojno, Korhy Dube. Coach Mary Ann Giocchino , Chris lonnone, Eiiso Verges Kneeimg: Dione Dunphy, Shei 112 Sporrs . — ■ sports 113 GOLF TEAM Sports 115 TENNIS Dock Row: Scott Gorrity, Courteney Gilmen, 5om Vollle (cooch), Jotnie Welsh, Lotry Slegel Front Row; Sol Aleguos, Tom McAlevey, Toni Ttipp 116 Sports Intramural Football 118 Sports sports 119 120 Sports SPECIAL EVENTS comin EcKEnoi Speciol Evenrs 121 122 Speciol Even CONVOCATION Special Events 120 flmenssflDOR brown 124 Special Events JflfTIES SCHLESINGER Speciol Events 125 Guest Arlist ■ 1 Jeffrey fosson octoBSR S ,S5,S4. 8:00 p-m: octoBSR S5 1:00 p.rri. ■t MBJ ' ■• ' ' ' y SSK ' . il , ' , - B l l HOWARD K. SmiTH 128 Speciol Events mud Wrestling STOP DAT 1981 130 Special Evenrs Speciol Events 131 (Tlimosa Pudica Directed by Chip Duckerr CAST Dianne Lori Pucci David Kevin Snelgrove Assistant director Robin Suarez 132 Special Events What Use Are Flowers? Directed and Designed by Jerry Collom CAST The Hermir Robin McColl Wild Children Joy Mirrosky, Kevin Snelgrove, Tom Goodwin, Tom McAlivey Speciol Events 130 LittlE FEat BErina and Brsun 134 Speciol Events Brenda and Jerry Directed by: Anne Sepulvedo Cost Colleen Byrne Don Domino Speciol Events 105 HALLOWEEN 136 Speciol Events special Events 137 ' OmmtT " Km m m Directed by: Anne Sepulvedo Cast: Clemenr Sepulvedo Steven Estrello 138 Speciol Events TGI — UUECR Special Evenrs 139 llOMBIlii ' TOOMllfO ' 1 ' Ik ' ' H HP . L ' F i 140 Speciol Events Special Events 141 (Hfi ' W W Wi| li «Mi|ji « 3| 142 special Events Specioi Events 143 i ■ ' ■■■■■ i !J diredci by : DoTina. jihemm. lX-h0 f . y 8 ' .00 p.m., BlMlM EH iruiMO 144 Speciol Events l IiGi BM-WQ QMMWtsM ■ ■1 H i The Sand Cosrie by Lonford Wilson o One-ocr ploy directed by Donno L Silvermon CAST (in olphobeticQl order). Kevin Armstrong Colvin Dovid Brotherton Owen Down Dick Joon Beth Geroghty Koren Ginno Husting Irene Alex Licoiroc Clint Robin Suorez Sosho Speciol Events 145 CtiRISTMAS 19811 146 special Events B B ' ' ' ' ' - X. -yc ' l B l t ' i i 7=i|H mm %v i H mm « L i j r H ■XH Speciol Events 147 - v., 146 special Events Speciol Events 149 Barry Manilov Tcur $1 With the Eckerd College Concert Choir!!! 150 Speciol Events special Events 151 CLflmaUR NIGHT I ' iflS 152 Speciol Evenrs The Hosrs Tony Nelson Trocey Lovendge Sherri Hodgson The Conresronrs: Roseonne Buckley Pomelo Cruz Stephanie Jones Morio MefiQ Pomelo Roberts Diono Shives This evenr was sponsored by: The Exrernol Affairs Commirree Special Events 150 a ., ECK D COLLI D 154 Speciol Events CHfTlPUE miNlBTRV RETREHT WWv. V v M 1| , ' iK t B i l P iS g Jl V - ' r " " ' Wm ' ' J ' i B ,m w m H IjMI i .J TGI-WECC roc MDA - tj fK ' Ei f MiFJ KME i: | 3;5o |2 7 156 Speciol Events SENIORS Now we take our rime ... so nonchalant, And spend our nights so bon vivont. We dress our days in silken robes, The money comes, the money goes . . . We know it ' s all a passing phase. We light our lamps for atmosphere. And hong our hopes on chandeliers. We ' re going wrong, we ' re gaining weight. We ' re sleeping long and for too late. And so it ' s time to change our ways . . . But I ' ve loved these days. Now OS we indulge in things refined, We hide our heorts from harder times. A string of pearls, a foreign car . . . We con only go so for . . . on covior and Cabernet. We drown our doubts in dry champagne, And soothe our souls with fine cocaine. I don ' t know why I even core . . . We get so high and get nowhere. We ' ll hove to change our joded ways . . . But I ' ve loved these days. So before we end (and then begin) — We ' ll drink a toast to how it ' s been . . . A few more hours to be complete, A few more nights on satin sheets. A few more times that 1 can soy ... I ' ve loved these days. — Billy Joel Qe L a Sf ffei c J a ,., " Here ' s Johnny! " ,ikuJi :l CM-y vj Curiouser and curiouser. ' 7 come. I sow. I conquered. ' Bh MjL . yiiU4 7UL fUi fTfukMl L ddfp hiS.i. £«i,:-fU ' » te- ' Seniors 159 1 .to C C y ( iAXATl riJi fC ' V V--. I I yiUo oL Ulxy So many faces in and our of my life Some will last Some will just be now and then Life is a series of hellos and goodbyes I ' m afraid ir ' s time for goodbye again. — Billy Joel XeM -V m r ' learning is finding out what you already know. Doing is demonstrating that you know it. " — Richard Bach ... y YK it i-y : ' ' Everything, oil of it, belongs to the people since it wos only lent to me, and by that I ' m including the power. I hod to try to use it with great core so thot I could pass it on in the best condition possible. " Harry Truman, Plain Speaking " When in power it always pays to take advantage of any favorable position. " Robert Waters, Frankly Speaking Seniors 163 There ore places I remember all my life Though some have changed Some forever nor for better Some have gone and some remain. All these places had their moments With lovers and friends I still can recall Some are dead and some are living In my life I ' ve loved them all. — Lennon McCartney x. w Sometimes the songs that we hear it are Just songs of our own. — Grateful Dead ■ CMiJj r They talk of the dignity of work. Bosh. The dignity is in leisure. — Herman Melville 7)at v iJi CxAJkM v ; ' ' ' ' - ' ' ' ; ' .- - A:. . - i MtMta Give up learning, and put an end to your troubles . . . — Tao Te Ching Seniors 165 The secret of life is enjoying the passage of rime. Any fool con do it There ain ' t nothing to it . . . And since we ' re only here for o while Might OS well show some style! James Taylor, 1977 »r ■P SeP 5SIS ■ " •1 Mo P fl U 4r. (t Would you let this man operate on you? i . 7 ' ' All is for the best in rhis, the best of oil possible worlds. - iI-zmmJ Y Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves. •l)C - .jCk, - ' y j : ( ? y; ( ' • ' 7 (iiiysevL £■ f ' U " Accept despair as one ' s due, accept risk as one ' s condition and accept the crumbs of discovery as Joy. " — Michael Novate Don ' t be dismayed or good-bye ' s A good-bye is necessary before meeting again . . . And meeting again after moments or lifetimes Is certain for those who are . . . friends (i: jihMx. Ck xi Jcb r7pi (2) 6 , With a smile of secret triumph Seedy old untidy scholar, Inkstains on his fingernails, Cobwebs on his gladstone collar, Down at heel ond out at elbows Off he goes on gouty feet. Down the pavement see him totter Off towards great f ussell Street . . . At the Reading Room he settles . . . Pince-nez on his bottle nose Reads and scribbles, reads and scribbles Till the day draws to a close. — Williom Plower Seniors 169 Fore thee well, adios, odieu, And best of luck to oil of you. I oin ' t no saint ond I don ' t pretend to be, But I hope you found o friend in me. Steve Forbert i lrrutPuyn 1. ■ " ' O y - ' ift: dfJAMl JJ, 4tuM Oidci. (X)6l ycr " People soy fhot I ' m a dreamer, But I ' m nor rhe only one. I hope some day you will join us Then the world will be as one. " John Lennon a 9 CAU£ LOUMCE ESTAURAN Seniors 171 It ' s all an illusion. Plato {-cxYQcthcl} HodjoL t l 1 (i ji . A W OAX- 1 ,rO We ore born into a life. The life is waiting there. Ve don ' t pick it, we step into it: parents, first born or lost, thie port of the country, the part of the world, our appearance, the efficiency of our brain. Then a time comes when we realize that we also have choices, and so we start the task of building our own life — an impossible task considering the number of days we ore given to complete it. However, I don ' t think that ' s important; What is important is to begin. — Hugh Prather Capitalism is the oppression of man over man; Communism is the opposite. Elmo To avoid criticism: soy nothing, do nothing, be nothing. Fred Shero There is only one success — to be able to spend your life in your own way. Christopher Morley 174 Seniors To Debbie, Paula, and Jill: ' ' Better to be happy than ' life, so they soy, is just a gome and people let it slip away ... " Seals Crofts , yL-vn Qj rr ajPL LXA. ' i CkUAJ(JJiJ P (iotJiCy( You shall be free indeed when your days are without a care nor your nights without a want and a grief, But rather when these things girdle your life and yet you rise above them naked and unbound. And how shall you rise beyond your days and nights unless you break the chains which you at the dawn of your understanding have fastened around your noon hour? In truth, that which you call freedom is the strongest of these chains, though its links glitter in the sun and dazzle your eyes. Love when you can, Cry when you have to. Be who you must. It ' s a part of the plan. Await your arrival With simple survival And some day We ' ll oil understand. ysAAAAA W Dan Fogelberg I did it " my way. " ()- (iSSs VV- Q Cc Mi, Now I ' ve got o lady pig and o bear and o chicken and a — whatever Gonzo is — something lil-:e a turl ey. Yeah. Something like a turkey. And a dog . . . I brought ' em all out here into the middle of nowhere. Kermit the Frog ' aJtt M i— i A-XLCLa- -v The highest pinnacle of the spiriruol life is not happy joy in unbroken sunshine, but absolute and undoubting trust in the love of God. — Anthony Wilson Thotold VW r They say the trick is to walk in backwards, like you ' re walking out. X CK CxlvNrv Qij vO N This is a town full of losers I ' m pulling our of here to win! — Bruce Springsteen Thunder Road Teach Hinkley to Shoot. — Rat ' ' Every good Christian ought to hick Jerry Falwell right in the ass. " — Barry Goldwater Pliu}k Lr - :- -«vSS«?»- S! »- " ' " 54., Christ, you know it ain ' t easy, You know liow hard it con be. The way things ore going. They ' re gonna crucify me!!! — Beatles 1969 v., i«-» »• . ' The Time is Now " The rime is now for all to live: It ' s up to us to pray and give. The post is gone and shan ' t return; It ' s up to us to take and learn. The future looms up in the sky; It ' s up to us to live on high. TLB 2-61 j(t lytL ZJ 7,: Cy ' A ,L ' y( - ' -X Seniors 181 This is Why ' ' For better it is to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs even though checl ered with failure, then to toke ranks with those poor spirits who neither enjoy much nor suffer much because they live in the grey twilight that knows not victory nor defeat. " James Gardner B L ib le me contentrai de simplement ecrire Ce que la passion •eulemenr me fait dire. " The important thing is this: to be able at any moment to sacrifice what we are for what we could become. Charles DuBois J. f-et., ■ f t V ' Ui ' The most utterly lost of oil days is that in which you hove not once laughed. Chamfort ctMia ' CUi A K Seniors 185 J ' C ' ' ' ty ,. -(5t Ci?« « ' ? ' ii «t. om not afraid of tomorrow for I tiove seen yesterday and I love today. — William Allen White I lost all of ttie battles, but I won ttie war. 5ee you in the movies! ' ' t- y(.--. J i U - ( U:: We know what we ore. but l now not what we may be. — Williom Slial espeore i : - ' ' MaJSxcLa v " Le temps er comme I ' argent, n ' en perdezpos er vous en outez ossez. " (G. de Levis, Maximes et Pteceptes, 1808) " Time is like money, do not waste it and you will tiove enough. " J., . d-yy - t ' ,Qj4-i - 1- don ' t he to quote: — it ' s a ptiMy job at best, fot one leaves out what precedes and follows one ' s chosen passage, and thus lies exposed to a thousand complaints. — Voltaire I ' ac:: iZfc ' C jA - Could we see when and where we ore to meet again, we would be more tender when we bid our friends good-by. Ouida I don ' t need to fight to prove I ' m right. I don ' t n eeds to be forgiven. Thanks Eck-tech. The Who Reflections and for those moments when you feel all DLK inside, don ' t osk if you ' re a militant you ore! and there will be those times when you smile broadly at the wonder of all that BLKNSS — won ' t you? jjv{ % ' C - ) 7% j£ C L QJ ' - 2c ' - i-C - L ' ' live by giving With the idea That giving a litrle Gets bacl a lot. " T.D. . .1 wish to live deliberoTely, ro front only fhe essential facts of life, so tfiot when I came to die, I wouldn ' t find that I hod not lived. " Wolden Journol X J ' ' ' -im ' Seniors 191 Pat CasrigliQ ' ' Don ' t walk in front of me, I might not follow. Don ' t walk behind me, I might nor lead. Just walk beside me and be my friend. " " Cc a ic 4 ' ' " 192 Seniors Robert Smith Love is . . . a living thing that thrives in the face of all hazards except one — neglect not fickle, but firm a basis for vi orthwhile friendships the glue of personal relationships. V ciVAilt t i i -y " Ler your light so shine before men so fhot they may see your good works, and glorify your father which is in Heaven. " " The present has flown, •■he future is ours. " Simon Bolivot ==7 . A mere nothing suffices — end the lightning strikes. Herman Hesse (mul C- f» a fytn %c ut 9ti$ I am what you see and I ' ll always be what I am. " Whote ' er we leave to God, God does and blesses us: The work we choose should be our own; God lets us alone. " — Henry David Thoreou ilJ Hmm, some vacation! 6 A J Seniors 195 £2t3U Q ipxiiy yxkJ yj M S " fe w A, ?»2d»? The highest motive is to be lil e water. Water is essential to all living things Yet it demands no pay or recognition. Rather it flows humbly to the lowest level. Nothing is weaker than water But for overcoming that which is hCird and strong. Nothing surpasses it. Author unknown rriAA jd ( r7o la L„ 2 lo nr — y Seniors 197 a f C. U) i . ' T 7 Although on Archoeoiogist was not one of the occupations I hod on my list of people to become, here I am. And you know: I kindo like it! i ' We came here as strangers and left as friends. Jean Lynch Letter from the Editor The 1982 LOGOS is q product of the dedication and hord work of o smell cluster of energetic and enthusiostic people. It wos my goQl to put forth a book thot was more representative of the mojority of the student body than any book preceding it, I am confident in saying that this was successfully done. The book is full of diverse people and emotions and will serve years from now OS a whimsical reminder of the " good old doys. " College is a time of growth and exploration, new experiences, special friends, and unforgettable relationships. It is the foundation of all our futures. Eckerd College has given me a vast amount of confidence and happiness in my four years here. I hope that all of you in the Senior class are in agreement in suggesting to those behind us that the best way to get as much as possible out of Eckerd is to put your heart and soul ond sweat and feors into it. This approach has mode my college career o worthwhile and mutually beneficiol one. I am grateful to everyone who has supported my efforts throughout the year to make this o yearbook of the highest quolity. Ve are indebted to Dennis Binning for his finoncial and moral support, ond to Kyle Duncan, the Taylor Publishing Company representative, who helped maintain my sanity during the deadline periods. To my friends, I say thank you for helping me achieve my personal goals. I wish you continued success and the determination to make the most of yourselves. To those who follow me, I place upon you the responsibility of maintaining Eckerd as an institution of the highest caliber. And there ore not words enough to express my debt to the many people who hove cored enough to help me grow and truly become me. I leave Eckerd College with high hopes and big plans, and most importantly, a belief in myself, perhaps the biggest gift of oil. Good or E.C., forewell! Donno L. Silverman aN 1


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