Eckerd College - Logos Yearbook (St Petersburg, FL)

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A LETTER FROM THE EDITOR Pear Eckerd College Students: Well, here it is - the yearbook at last. Maybe it ' s not the biggest and maybe it ' s not the best, but at least it exists. At this time I would like to make some comment as to the reasons for such a state- ment. Firstly, the students at this school (especially the class of 1987) have a negative attitude towards yearbooks. This is understandable in light of past years; however, it is important not to let the past reign over the present. Secondly, there is a certain lack of school spirit here at Eckerd, evident in the difficulty in obtaining dorm photos. My reason for bringing these topics up is to encourage the elimination of these problems next year and in years to follow. Eckerd College has the potential for greatness in a yearbook just as well as it does in other areas. This is a great school and one where an individual can make a difference, as this yearbook testifies. So, open your minds and believe in this school, and together we will all make a difference. Sincerely, Michele Acker P.S. My best wishes to the class of 1987. special issue tM ODO tMUXHDOO P ecial isSUe Editor Michele Acker Photography! Darkroom Production Mark Davenport Business Communications Frank Miskevich Mindless Tasks Manager Cathy Genge Sherri Jennings Tina Alii good Karla Finken Keith Gapinski Lisa Weaver Cliff Loeb David Rodriguez Dawn Smith Tracex Fritzsche Michele Sullivan Carlton Pierce Roxanne Shatas Chris Bishop Brian Creighton Kimberly Majury Nancy Baker Alan Bowen Silvina Nanricpie Alan Chandler Special Thanks to Dale McConkey, Alan Rosenzweig, Natasha Braughler, and Sir Speedy. Sandra E. Allen Valeska A rends page 4 " Let the world know you as you are, not as you think you should be. " Jill D. Blount Bohl, Amv A. Boocock, Kevin J. Gregory L. Byrd Capen, Richard M. ' A bi 1 )■£% ' " - ' -. i 1 MS I spun -•mi || .MmJS 1 ! ) ! ; f|j|||i Carlstrom, Brian P. Page 5 Carpenter, Richard L. Once in a while, you can get shown the light in the strangest of places if you look at it right. - Grateful Dead Clark, Peter M. Stephano Carrisimo Clendennins. Andrea B. Becky Chamberlain . . . but those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary; they will walk and not be faint. -Isaiah 40:31 Coleman, Oliver III page 6 Colon, Yilma M. Mima Colon Wisdom is the correct application of knowledge. Crombie, William J. Ain ' t it great to be ali e! Mark Dalton DePeter, Ronald A. " Now that my life is so pre-arranged I know that it ' s time for a cool change " -Little Riverband Louie I)e Vega " All I want from tomorrow Is to get it bett er than today Step by step . . . One by one. . . higher and higher. . . - Hucx. Lewis and the News Jacobs Ladder DeVega, Louie Martin S. page 7 Dietrich, Alexa D. h Eisenberg, Suzanne R. I don ' t care what comes tomorrow, we can face it together the way old friends do. -Abba All memories of yesterday will last a lifetime. ■ Stvx Life is too short, so why waste pre- cious time. pa?e 8 Pal Benatar Dunn, Robin L. Dubbs, Adam J. Fenaughty, Andrea M. Ferrero, Jose M. You ' re in my heart, you ' re in my soul. You ' ll be my breath should I grow old. You are my lover, you ' re my best friend. Foerster. Paul E. Garcia, George Fritzsche, Tracy Leigh Judith Gascoigne Gable, James E. Grande, Jeffrey W., Jr. page 9 (iray, Kimberlv A. Keep cool, but don ' t freeze. Katie Gugg Guiliano, Ann-Marie Haddow, Daniel A. Harkins, David J. Rhonda Harris Page 10 Harrison, Terrv E. Harrison, Michelle E. Harwell, M. Wayne " I believe in the kingdom come Then all the colors will bleed into one But yes I ' m still running You broke the bonds You loosed the chains You carried the cross And all my shame You know I believe it But I still haven ' t found what I ' m looking for. " -U2 Hnedak, ivtary a. Hushlett. Barbara L. Holtham, ratricia page 11 iif 53 I Jacono, Lynn P. Phil King Jerry Kamper Kirchman, Paul A. Matt Kilgroe Knhik. Ismail page 12 Leanza, Joann Martin Lane Lense, Alberto A. Be careful of what you want, for you might get it - but remember to enjoy life regardless of what it brings you. Lavandier, Jessica L. Logan, Mary K. Linafelt. Tod A. " Nobody loves me but my mama - and she could be jivin ' too. " -B.B. King page 13 McKinney, Richard S. McConkev, Edwin D. II Never trust a happy guy with a tuxedo. Words won ' t do it justice, hut the mem- ories will come close. " I don ' t care what comes tomorrow, we can face it to- gether, the way old friends do. " Minard, Denise J. ■ jpc $ ' - Mills, Sarah R. We were the best I think we ' ll ever be just you and me for just a moment. . . I don ' t care what comes tomorrow we can face it together the way old friends do . . . The Roman Rule: The one who say it can ' t be done shouldn ' t interrupt the one doing it. Nagei, Glen W., Jr. Mahoney, Brian ,1. " I shall be telling this with a sigh. Somewhere ages and ages hence: Two roads diverged in a wood, and I - I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference. " - Robert Frost The Road Not Taken page 14 Nichols, Deborah K. Peisner, Scott D. Noble, Gary Dave Phillips Owusu, Angela Piergustavo, Richard page 15 Pilarte, Gustavo A. Pisano, Stephen M. Mclanie Portel if x Rondon, IViaria Smith, Randolph ( ■ page 16 Leah Spinney Smith, Karen A. Thomson, Scott W. Suarez, Carlos F. if Rosenberg, Christopher Vincent, Nancv I). Roby, Christopher J. Chris and Nancy: " ..Donde esta mi la snooper? ' Snooper: " Ruff, R„ff, R u ffy Rosenzweie. Alan S. E.J. Bury ' em Barry. I survived the kill countdown. Dirty Larry. The three words. The Gut and Fat Dance. Pile on! Ryan, Yeah! Spot. Schweedoling and Dropping Stones. Frew. Do it zweig! The chick- less bang. T-slam. OOF! Page 17 Chris Vaughn You can all just kiss off into the air . Wiederecht, Alan L Page 18 Wright, Gabrielle G, io " ng, James D. VVikoff, Chris R. " . . but one creature said at last, ' I am tired of clinging. Though I cannot see it with my eyes, I trust that the current knows where it is going. I shall let go and let it take me where it will. Cling- ing, I shall die of boredom. ' The other creatures laughed and said. ' Fool! Let go and that current you worship will throw you tumbled and smashed across the rocks, and you will die quicker than boredom! ' But the one heeded them not and taking a breath did let go, and at once was tumbled and smashed by the current across the rocks. Yet in time, as the creature refused to cling again, the current lifted him free from the bottom, and he was bruised no more. And the creatures downstream, to whom he was a stranger, cried, ' See a miracle! A crea- ture like ourselves, yet he flies! See the messiah, came to save us all! ' " -Richard Bach Illusions Zekri, Suzanne M. White, David L. Shelh page 19 Robert Williams Guess who? Sarah Baxter " In this promised land. Fire burnin ' in our hands. The choice is ours to make. Realize your fantasy. You live the dream. With every step you take. Stand tall, stand on the edge! " ■ Journey Rubicon To Howard and Jim, I leave you many happy future chemical explosions! Marv; take Howard ' s suggestions and " DOIT! " I love you guys - Thanks - Life is a vis- cious cycle and never ending but you can gooff on tangents. Live Long and Prosper - And Then Die. Beam me up, Scotty! Priva Si Gore Diane Chesnut " Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomor- row . . . " - Shakespeare " MacBeth " page 20 Is this vour roommate? But where in the world have all these seniors gone? Zay Zayyad, Halima Plamowski, Debra A. Pbngetti, Christine M. Rada, Melanie Randall, Jennifer E. Rash, Brette T. Rite, Devin A. Richards, Arthur, . Roller. Mar V Pendley, Bradford Daniel Perez, Lisa E. Pfalzgraf, Darrel S. Acevedo, Marcela C Airth-Kindree, Martha M. Allison, Patricia G. Alvarez, Patricia M. Arnold, Michael Curtis Ash ton, Douglas C. Balouchi, Cindy A. Bamford, Leah J. Bar ringer, Lisa A. Baxter, Sarah D. Bellini, Douglas J. Bennett, Peggy A. Birjmohun, Radha C. Boerinser. Scot B. Bommarito, John J. Bostian, Jeffrey S. Boxell, Sandra J. Brannon, Elizabeth A. Brem, Samantha A. Brooker, David C. Brown, Lisa F. Brown, Matthew S. Brummage, Michael A. Bruni, Bruna Buchholz, Michelle L. Busenbarrick, Elizabeth F. Canfall, Joel B. Carothers, Mikel K. Cerny, Jacqueline Ryan, Thomas J. Schrodt, Susan Selwyn, Edward ()., Jr. Sharma, Rekha Shea, Mova Smith, Amy C. Stocker, Sarah A. Strilka, Richard John Strout, Timothy G. ; Tebbs. Matthew L. Torgersen, Deborah L. Terrijos, Manuel I. Travers. Meean M. Vandenberg, Anthony P. Watay, Virgilio Whitaker. Linda M. White. Jeri-Lvnne Wikoff, Terry H. Wildman. Janice C. Chesnut, Diane E. Cleaver, Carl W. Cole, IVisha L. Conner, Allen D. Conrardv, Carolyn N. Culligan, Karen A. Darling, Jill L. Dattilo, Jeffery B. Davis. Marv E. Egbert, DeniseL. Ennis, Howard E. Ill Faba, Kristine D. Ferren, Arthur Frazee Fewox, Robert D. Fiorentinos, Andreas N. Calindrez, Eduardo L. Galivan, Kathleen M. Gilliland, Michael B. Gore, Priva S. Gray Barbara J. Gray, Caroline B. Grimaldi, Joseph Sal Haber, Mark R. Hachiva. Chiharu Hall, Andrew J. Hallenbeck, Kristine E. Harrell, Deborah K. Harris. Rhonda L. Hart er, Andrew K. Hernandez, Patricia Herold, Maris M. Hillock, Melody E. Hirshson, Lisa Holtzclaw, Marisa L. Johnson, Ernestine Johnson, Earl C, Jr. Jones, Heidi L. Kadiwala, Seema M. Reitgen, Brigitta M. Keitgen, Ira Kerr. James J. Kerstein, Michael L. Ketterlinp. Cindv L. Kloss, Kathleen M. Kohanvi, Diane K. Kunze, David G. Kunze, irginia Toupin Lantz, Ginger L. Layer, Brenda P. Leeper, Kimberlv Sue Linton, Carlisa M. Lintz, Lesa M. Linville, Anthony Lombardo, Steven D. Lynch, Michael J. Mathre, Kristin A. Mazacco, Mara L. McCarthy, Nancv E. McElroy, Thomas J., Jr. McKav, Maurice B. McLean. Christine M. McOwen, Wendy J. Mercher, Elisabeth Helen Meyer, Marion S. Meyering, Katharine M. Miller. Michael R. Mills, Dorothy H. Moffatt, Stacy L. Moore, Lonnie V. Wilhoite. Margaret V. Murphy, Michael L. Nacev. Robert F. Nauseef. Robert J. II Nelson. Jeffrey Peter Nelson, Lorraine A. Odeide. Fabrice H. Otero, Olga I. age 21 LONDON a; page 22 n .•- ' v v « ... pa re 23 I y «t v fK :• Candid Camera - page 25 age 26 % I S FOOTBALL -y J page 27 NO CHEERLEADINlf FOR Page 28 POWDER PUFF ; .. ' ■: ' J, page 29 • H " RH 2r S5 " £ Jft • r .,,. m - " " 4 v V, page 30 .£ V ff«N SQ A man ' s home is his castle " OBERG fi DORMS V. W KNOX m to 7 S tft S SCOTT - %, HENDERSON Page 31 BETA BENEDICT Hack Row (left to right): Jill Barre, Terri Bodnar, Andrew Regas. Third Row (left to right): Natasha Bran ghler, Loralee Ockerlund, Karen Fdge, Joy Swillev. Melissa Horton. Second Row (left to right): Heather ThomDson, Kileen O ' Reilly, Amanda McCloud, Caroline Lancelot, Patt Walsh,. Kita Harcrow. Front Row (left to right): Karla Finken, Kim Leeper (R.A.), Treveno Gaylord. M« iU i M H i i i M « a i J t ill Jill iiV fli j f» rtt r ) r , in )H j ji , t , i,y ,y t y , } y t )V lf )]t i]vM i] % , j( DARWIN flaeA Boh ' (left to right): Natalie Everett, Ann Jeanette Kebring, Laura Ringley, Barbara Hoff, Sean Murphy (mascot), Tina YVoeher, Kimberly Christopher, Angela Heaton, Livia Montana, Priya Gore, Mu Mu the Whale. Second Row (left to right): Nicole Freeman. Kimberlv Majury, (iloria Templeton. Caroline Mawn, Mayuree Dorndeelers, Michele Anderson, Heidi Jones (R.A.). Nevsa Covineton. h ' ir t Row (left to rixht): Doreen Frickson, Jeri-Lynne White, Carolyn May, Fisa Diamonte, Martina Stroh, Heidi Steinschaden page 32 COMPLEX DANTE Rack Row (left to right): Reggie Hook nan. Kevin Maloney, Charles Dean. Doug Hulst. Bobbv Nierello. Bart Kest. Hoh Tempe, Brian Babiak, John George, Dan Haddow fR.A.). Front Rot. (left to right): Phil d ' Oronzio. Kvle Amon, Dave Neff. Mark Klein. Alan How en. Mark Davenport. Frank Miskevich. Hrian Creighton. Sean Harnes. KENNEDY Left Side (left to right): John Sebring, Steve Katsarelis, Chris Nelson, Mr. Basketball. Sean Murphy. Rack (left to right): Steve Bierenbaum, Alan Shellhorn, Matthew (Mongo) Ferguson, Superman, Clint Ferrara (R.A.), AldoChella. Middle (left to right): Godzilla, Jack Havnie, Russ Newman, Dave Trieloff, Alex Clenci, Larry Owens. Saniav Bhat, Joe Speed, Rich McNair, Scott Schafer. Front (left to right): Karim Kone. David Wellons, Andv Mckae, Cliff Loeb, Rick Kline, Brian Tolma. Missing: Doug Ashton, Jerry Theophilos, Mike Merz, Murray Fournie. Chase Smith, PatCannizzaro, Skip Bradley, Rob Williams. page 33 GAMMA NEWTON Back Row (left to right): Chris Parisi, Scott Goodwin. Marisa Holtzclavv, Dale Roggenbuck, Mary Anne Hnedak. Phil Collins, Chris Basley (R.A.), Tony Verran, Matt McDermott. Stephanie Holes. Roger Burgess, Lexie Creel, Charlotte Todd. Colin Spousta. Front Row (left to right): Silvia Fernandez, Liz Lgan. Matt LaForme Mark Firstman, Liza Mac- Leod, Karen Arcand, Brian Greene. Gone Fishin ' : Bertram Koch, Spencer Cook, Tom McElroy. Mike Threehouse, Bob Bade, Jeff Carr, Missy Pasqualotto, Kristy Carden, Kathv Bonollo, Wendy Loehel, Andrea Fenoughty, Deb- orah Harreil. fc » fc tfi f » fc » li t . I C ll » ctf» J fr fa » -4 4 c rt H ») ' J j «i »fr ifc jf( »U ft Hi » a e »f k » » LIa KNOX Back Row (left to right): Yvonne Deyo. Pam DeSimone, Charlotte Kondracki, Cecilia Negri, Sam Spence, Lisa Weaver, Jen West, Lon Long. Front Row (left to right): Vince La- tum, Lisa Nathan. Tim Wilmot (R.A.), Sandy Topkin, Jill Dube. Tom " Bar- cley " Haddow, Paul Abromovich, Dwight Dockstader. page 34 COMPLEX WILSON Back (left to right): Joanne Kindred, Lisa Cohen, Elinor Raines, Chris Bishop, Michelle Sullivan, Tom Wor- chester, Lee Ann Houchin, Tina Alli- good, Tiffany llolodnak, Kim Welch, Stacey Johnson, Sandy. Middle (left to right): Renee, Bean, Sherri, Karen, Lisa Cudath. Front (left to right): Susan Renter, Mi- chele Acker, Nancy Baker, Amanda Newtott, M..|.i[. i I. i J. . |Hlrl i M I [■ " " - " ' " ' l ' " " " ' ' " l f ' " " • " - " ■ " " ' " ' " ' ' " " " l " " FREEMAN %. ■V. °A o. % %, page 35 DELTA JAMES Top Row (left to right): Bob Nash, Jason Hill, Theo Lotz, Bob Enne, Mart Ha- ber. Jay Hater, C.J. Eamarca, Eduardo Galindez, Dave Shaw, J.B. Clinton, Scott Baughan, Paul McAnally, Jesse Turtle, Eindsey Seward. Middle Row (left to right): John O ' B- rien, Kevin McCormack, Greg " Hail " Cesarz, Dave Libby, Paul " Pup " Leighton, Karl Sieg. Bottom Row (left to right): Mai Ellen- burg, Chris Rosenberg (R.A.), Rhett Sehober. n »»»»■»» • ; , | i-rri.-)ri-M ) ' MT-rri i -i ' -M ' Wury BERKELEY Back Row (left to right): Cathy Marvin, Gillian Smith, Cheryl Hoerle, Nancy Vincent Snooper, Jay, Charles (Joe) Bianconi, Mark Blakeman, Mova Shea (paper bag), Andy Adams, Eric Fischer, Boyd Ratlili. Second Row (left to right): Gretchen Loebel, Chris Mendoza, Nathaniel Pribble, Trip Copelane, Mark Weber, Boris. First Row (left to right): Cheryl Dia- mond, Kelly Carrick, Michelle Voisin, Jessica Eavandier, Ernie Williams, Eannie Burke, Bo Ennis. Missing: Alexandre Dafonseca, Onur Palez, Alex Render, Jim Logan, Bill Kaster, David Bateman, Debbie Stacy, Becky Grominger, Michelle Reid, Cindy Russell, Carol Malonev. page 36 COMPLEX COPLEY Hack Row {left to right): Da id Rodriguez, Keith Capinski, Julie Fawcctt. Tom (Speedy) McNarney, Kevin Hill (R.A. . Mark Cordon, Jamie (Beer Drinkin ' i Hininan. Middle Row {left to right): Nanoe Ikeueki. Chris Brown. Eileen Boyle, Susan Dove, Cheryl Heisler, Melanie Posted, Milburn (Partv Animal) Lane, (Mr.) Paul Brennan. Front Row (left to right): Euon (Jo) Park, Seott (Mr. Happy) Kelley, Takehito ( Taka-Smiley) Senda. Missing: Tegewyn Sloekdale, Taffy Jaeger, Heidi Schullhorpe, Linda Fellows, Kathr n Ross, Brooke Friederieh. Lee Houchin, Kevin Me Mahon, Doug Rohhins. Kenny Watson, Mike Walter, Bill Berkshire. Dave Merrill. Bill Cashman. a i r t if f mi m h w i u ' H w ' ■ » ft v » n " ft » n iil ili a t 1 J|t ili il ) f l li ih ' ll iH li f ' IBSEN Hack Row {left to right): Dave Svveetall, Kay Ftso, Dan Swallow, Craig Fleming, Barney Farle, Jennifer Lanza. Jody Tin iier. Mila Kolloek, Joe Bay liss, Todd Matt. Dehra Staeey. Boh Burke, Anto- nio. Mark Jaeohsen. Front Row (left to right): Sue Jennue, Val Starr, Craig Roma. Anne Deaton, Cregg Mandel (R.A.), Heidi Stempie, Jorge Mono . Dana Webber, Andrea White. Dean IVIer. page 37 EPSILON COMPLEX DOUGLAS Roxanne Shatas Kim Zoephel Suzanne Eisenberg Nada Is-hak Peggy Bennett Denise Minard Sarah Mills Beth Virgil Melanie Meyer Espi Rivera Kim Poston Jennifer Block shauna Hedges Lynett Murray Kay Coric Liz Wright Beth Deitemeyer Karen Kennedy Caryl Grayvunder Donna Nice Michele Pelzer Karen Rodwill Melissa Solla Gretchen Fajardo Michelle Fagan Angela DeRose Debbie Vlahakes Diane Chesnut (R.A. Lynne Allen Leslie Henderson Leslie Williams Leslie Burmood l»ilt M 1 v M » « « 1 M l ' tl» fe A l » i t ) H fr l » fr » lr , » t i r , t, t t,t . k fr M « $ Ft E W pace 38 EPSILON DALTON The Dalton Ladies (to Monique - " We Miss You! " ) Top Row (left to right): Felicia Payne, Anita Saul, Sandy Collum, Gayle Green, Chrissie Ware, Jennifer Met- ering, Jenein Ernst, Ashley " Short- stuff " Freeman, Cathy Banks, Diana Quintal, Jill Rittenburg. Second Row (left to right): Robin Bower, Sally Wood, Melanie Glare, Adria DeCaro, Danee Peters, Nadia Ro- binson, Kim " Kimmie Sue " He trick, Dawn Davie, Cheryl Bendetto. Front Row (left to right): Karen Worthington, Joni " Boo " Smith, Tina Van Dohlen, Seema Kadiwala, Rebecca " Becky " Haffai t. mmmt W0Sk fr » »f»i »f » fg » »l fr « f » " Vc » , » . » f « Y » fc l »fc » c » » ' »fr » »fc »H 1 «l i i ' ' ' » fr » » l !• BLAKELY Bottom Row (left to right): Vincent La- Prova, Mike Valentino, Steve Frew, Tom Ryan, Barry dinger, Brian Morton. Second Row (left to right): David Tay- lor, Glenn Piersall, Alan Rosenzweig. Earl Johnson, Tod Linafelt. Artie Richards. Third Row (left to right): David White. Chris Roby, Eric Toledo. Fourth Row (left to right): Rich Piergustavo, Hap Johnson. Fifth Row (left to right): Larry Tag- lieri, Jamie Halway. Top: Scott Swallow. page 39 KAPPA LEIGHTON SCOTT Back Row (left to right): Saudi Purcella Angela Ranson, Susan Hill, Kristin Magnason, Thurlow Weed, Vince Cherrix, (ireg Kreger, Krishn Boeringer, Paul Kirchman, Renin Pompier, Mark Albright, Max Bricka, Cindy Ketterling, Kate Johnson, Karen Ellis. Front Row (left to right): Pat Kyle. Margaret Raeaniello (R.A.), Todd Wat her. page 40 COMPLEX OBERG Left to right: Kim Hobbs, Anne Hart- man, Ilona Mallary, Carolyn Wright, Joana Jansen, Rev. Scott Boeringer, Denise Margolis, Chris Brimales. David Kimtz, Robin Dunn, Bill Vines, David Wilkins, Fred Rudy, Gregg Frankel, Jim Heaton, Angus Mondy, Steve Kress (with mask on), Laura Bernard. MORRIS Back Row (left to right): Elf Stocker (Sarah), John Montgomery, Ned Selvvyn. Second Row (left to right): Maryann Marshall, Holly Huber, Phil King, Judy Gascoigne. Stephanie Ionedes, Trisha Cole, Meghan Travers. Rich Lopen, Terry Harrison. First Row (left to right): Tina Louise Mover, Brian Mahonev. page 41 ZETA KIRBY Back Row (left to right): Lana Hodge, Sara Baxter, Michelle Harrison, Nicey Rizzo, Jozelle Holmes, Kim McBride, Tara Hand, Joann Leanza, Janet Sea- riot, Jane Silvosky. Middle Row (left to right): Melanie Roose, Kathryn Kinsella, Cristin Po- mvkala, Jackie Cerny, Bonnie Bennett, Rebekah Thomas, Sherri Jennings, Kitty Waclawski, Schmoo (the cat). Front Row (left to right): Starsky (dog), Jill Blount, Veronica Baca, Linda Alfery, Kelly Klauder, Megumi Na Ka- mura, Sandy (the dog). HUBBARD Page 42 COMPLEX Left to right: Carol Fell, Monique Oehlers, Darcie Chapin, Senah Seagle, Kathy Wingf ' ield, Jenny Dillon, Pam Jones, Karen Howley, Stephanie Borgo, Elsa Alvear, Beth Ustas, Marion Meyer (R.A.), Rose-Marie Reid, Trudi Swiatek, Maureen Clayton, Laura McLaughlin, Caron Moran, Alexa Die- trich, Elaine Potter, Joanna Braddock, Brandi Bates, Vicki Hiles, Lauren Di- Scipio, Nanette Waslone, Kemp Talbott, Nobuko Kikuchi, Jeannie Ste- wart, Linda Lake. HENDERSON HIASSEN page 43 ALPHA COMPLEX ELS (From left to right) Antonio Alverez, Suzanne Meyer, Bruna Bruni, R.A., Ted Schr- oeder, R.A., Sherry Boyer, R.A., E. Howard Rutherford III, R.A., M. Curtis Arnold, R.A. Back Row (left to right): Paul Koerster, Bill Winter, ?, ?, Steve Pisano (Day Stu- dent Advisor). Eric Yaskot, Nicole De- Money, ?, Alberto Lense. Middle Row (left to right): kathy Hartmann, ?, ?, Birgil Wilhelm, Ma- rina Gavvilovic, Elsa Aue, Andrew Keltner, ?, Patricia Alvarez, ?, ?. Front Row (left to right): Ginger Eantz, Chele Chenault (Day Student Advisor), Robin Owens, Ellen Mc- Carthy, Ali Athajeri, Tracy Perdue. page 44 DAY STUDENTS Fatty, I love it when you do the gut dance! mm? " Sharon t ,- ' ' ' ■ ' ' ' .. page 45 Page 46 page 47 V V v f r W -. ■. ,, ? is: •■ ;.■ ' I C 1 oage 48 ,:„... ■•-■1; F £l:-WfLL 1 JL$ % fc ■ . ■. ■■ ■ ■.■■■■.. Page 50 j . : ■ ■ . If M i iday Sept ZJy x ' ty 9 " ™ £ i - : , ■, I ' iS ■ ' ■ IN CONCERT Anton ■ Cheko 5 ! THt jj D T - ' " 3EAR WITHOUT X 9? 6efo f campus -wioe ASSASSW fTT S-, 0«TCH .KIli£R, ETC) page 51 THEN ... page 52 TX jl NOW page 53 H| " AND NOW rf page 54 rk fc Vdd ' !l » ' . % AND NOW , - THEN ... page 56 AND NOW THEN . AND NOW $ , ' % ;• BCKERD COLLEGE page 57 THEN ... AND NOW page 58 AUTOGRAPHS page 59 GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS OF 1987

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