Florida Southern College - Interlachen Yearbook (Lakeland, FL)

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Ui- L- 7 ' ' j - 9 ( A A N d. yLi - ♦ ♦ ♦ - M • ••• ♦ 1964: Volume 32 Florida Southern College Lakeland, Florida VOLUME 32 1964 interlachen TABLE OF CONTENTS FEATURES 4 BEAUTIES 61 ORGANIZATIONS 75 GREEKS 127 ATHLETICS 179 MILITARY 207 ADMINISTRATION 219 CLASSES 239 INTERLACHEN STAFF BARBARA SELLERS Editor-in-Chief ELAINE CENTER Assistant Editor PAULA HUTSON Business Manager BETTY TOY Editorial Assistant HAL WATERS Editorial Adviser « « » • A joiirney is begim . . . a journey into trutJi, reality and knoivledge. Coming pre- pared to travel, we have brought along scattered bits of Jwpe, jaith, enthusi- as77i. With our hands loe will work; with our eyes and ears we will see and learn. Our scattered bits ivill become more concrete. For most, hopes will be- come reality and. j ' aitli unll be strength- ened. Enthusiasm loill divindle and then surge upward again. Each traveler will find his own meaning; each experi- ence his own reactions; each develop Jiis oivn xvays of expression. %t • - M Hindu Temple in the Garden of Meditation. . . . We will learn to cherish small movients- a ivarm smile in a frame of beauty. A student studies outside Polk Scienu We pass many places that offer meaning and inspiration to us. We pause, and our faces tell the story. - ,•%••• Time and the ivorld race on as the quiet inter-search for knoxvledge continues, and an infinite need is ynet. . . . .Jiili Our trail is an easy one to follow, for it is marked by our day to day lives. We have the intimate experience of sharing our progress and thoughts with others. Success and voiceless failure, happiness and hushed heartbreak is knoivn. We re- veal ourselves in many ivays; cojiversation, facial expressions, a slow step, laughter. Our iourney is long and we will know many moments. ♦ %•♦ • ♦ ♦ One of the joys of our journey is being able to pause. Social values and experiences are endless. We express ourselves in a screaming crowd at a sports event, and ive reveal ourselves quietly. Alone, and with those we choose to call " friend, " we lay our issues on the line and reaffirm our beliefs. Through each new experience, each new associate, each new activity, the student travels further down the highways of progress. « «•» -yiJf J ' A J ■«s ' ■ %. » • ♦ ♦ - In mind and in spirit zve offer our- selves to this process called growtli. As ive are sensitive to our educational needs, so ive are sensitive to others. In determining the proper balances we learn to discipline oiirselves and grow to distinguish that luhich is relevant. ♦ ♦ The familiar college campus becomes a deep-rooted part of every student. Hundreds pass this ivay each day. The sun-streaked shadows across the walk- xuays echo a million stories, keep a million secrets. A view of the esplanade between the library and the administration building. «.■ .. tVv. r. A glance at the Branscomb Memorial Auditorium. The esplanades frame the campus ' landsci] •♦ • The esplanades form patterns against the sky. ;»a?SK;S3« l««: ' I In- Aiiiiir I ' fiinrr it vccl from the cntiancc to Danfciith Chapel. Every part of our campus expresses to at least one student a special lesson in life. The chapel, the garden, a sorority or fraternity house may be- come of personal significance to a per- son. An individual may discover the art of being a friend, tlie joy of Jiaving a friend. A classroom may give nexv feelings of understanding. To many, the moments of an overxvlielming religious warynth are remembered. The interior of Annie Pfeiffer Chapel. . window ill Joseph Reynolds Hall. • • • « The Hindu Irmiili Gazing clown at the esplanades and the chapel. ♦ ♦ s, ' s?S)S3K:«!ii«S !! ' ' I X Looking out from the Danforth Chapel. Here, tJie seeds of truth are planted, the buds of knowledge are nourished. We reach out and find that ive are met halfioay. We affirm our convictions more deefily than ever before because of our ability to exfiress more clearly luhat we feel and see. Our standards, our ideals, our beliefs in God are tested, but as we learn to distiyignish the beau- tiful, the sincere, the lasting, these are strengthened. A niglu view of the Annie Pfeiffer Chapel A rarely noticed view nf the esplanade Shadows form a pattern on Allan Spivey Hall. The Branscomb Memorial Auditorium during construction. For some the journey is completed and for others it will continne. Each strident loill leave a part of himself, a shadoiv of Iris personality. But much more than we leave have we gained. Frieyidship is our lantern and knoiul- edge oiir security. Their sum is success. The roads they open chart our course for action and reveal the rewards of life. For those xoho have come to the end, you stand at the threshold of the beginning. Looking up towards the Hindu Temple. • • • F.S.C. or Bust Are you sure they allow dogs in the dorms? FEATURES Students come from North and South, East and West, far and near, seeking what all college-minded people do; fun, excite- ment, companionship, and, oh yes, education. Why Villagers, of course! Well girls, where ' s my room? 20 Miss Mollies direct freshmen girls to their rooms. They just couldn ' t have put ALL FIVE of us in this on; Follow the arrows of registration. Orientation Week means registration and that seemingly never-ending line. From the moment the student is handed that familiar envelope of IBM cards until he receives his new schedule, he becomes engulfed by the realization that another semester at FSC is about to begin. FRCWA ? PLAN TO Give u? yoMR m iLm ,nuATE: ' VTaT B4 ? 64 ? %.••-%.%. •.%1 REGISTRATION I ' m sorry my dear. You just don ' t (jiialify for ROTC. Finger printing at the next table, please. 23 rjipniuuij REGISTRATION continued " The Thinker " I do NOT need ghisses. And I always thought SCAT meant shoo. What do you mean I can ' t take Underwater Basket Weaviiio- 202? ••■••♦••1 Sign this: fill out this; papers, cards, envelopes J f $ gfc a i gfrw i y ' i i;ii»i.j!i : » i-i % ' fgr:g.--t?»gairB±£;xr.;:; The first week back at school presents itself differently to every student. It means buying books before classes start, talking casually with the faculty and administration, and perhaps even meeting that " special someone " for the first time. Well, at least we finally made it inside. . student-faculty friendly discussion ' Youn? love in bloom " 26 ••■% ' %-%t! ORIENTATION Is it REALLY worth all this waiting just to buy books? That only took 2 hours, 28 minutes, and 53 seconds. Students and faculty get acquainted during orientation. ' ♦ Don ' t forget to check the bulletin boards. r That first letter from home really means a lot. For the freshmen, Orientation Week is a time of new experience, discover- ies and just getting " used " to campus Hving. Trips to the bakery, reading letters from home, and making new friends, are all a part of their new college life. The girls dorm, a man ' s dream home. U- S . ' T 28 ' % i9 ' % % %-f ORIENTATION CONTINUED 29 I don ' t understand: it worked this morning. When headache pain has you in its grip We ' re soiina liave a Hootcnany .... Actually, dawling ORIENTATION CONTINUED And ah, your name is Capone, Fred Caponc. One of the highlights of Orientation Week is the all-freshman talent show. Comediennes, blues singers, panto- mimists, and, this year, " Hootenaniers, all do their utmost to entertain the audience. But the salesgirl said it did wonders for the complexion. I ' ll put my X here . . . you put your . . . Mix 100 lbs. of flour and 50 gals, of water, Test for smoothness, Add Vi dozen gi KAPPA SIG OLYMPICS Pools of " goop, " girls in old sweatshirts, excitement These are all descriptive of the annual Kappa Sig Olympics. This is the afternoon the Greek women compete in events which are always a little messy, but nevertheless provide friendly competition and lots of fun for all. Excitement runs high! le AOPi ' s san; their ivav to a first place in this event. And you get a beautiful mess. 33 ••♦ It ' s a day of careless exuberance, hilarious contests, and sorority women dressed in outfits of various descriptions. Regardless of the costumes, whether they be old feed bags or cut-off blue jeans, the girls outdo themselves in vying for the coveted first place trophy. Well, THAT ' S pretty nice All eyes are on the field. The girls tensely await the outcome of the last event. % ' -i ' i %4 ' KAPPA SIG OLYMPICS CONTINUED Are you sure you washed your feet last Saturday night? Which old bags? Alexander ' s Ragtime Band! Only her hairdresser knows for sure. 35 ' ■♦■♦ I BEG your p.irddii! Spectators? KAPPA SIG OLYMPICS CONTINUED The highlights of the 1963 Olympics included the egg batting event, the " strip " contest, and, of course, the hootenany. Originality in planning and participation were the keynotes in winning these events. Ick! Batting raw eggs around can get messy. ■ The " strip " contest began like this. Eventually came to this . :;;;;;;;i It ' s not MY fault that I can ' t brush three times a day. yes, and ended here. Boy, if they only had a bubble , , u , ' ■ ' , ' A typical pole holder, blowing event! • " ' 1 r- 1 L|:s.. ' ■ " •- Rah. This is a freshman? Mother, please! I ' d ratlier do it myself. They walked home Irom tlie buggv ride, the buggy The GOOD E. RTH? or Pearl S. Buck and Company? 38 • % • % - , - , Friendliness and warmth are two of the characteristics that greatly contribute to the atmosphere of a college campus. Left, F.S.C. ' s sororities express their various personalities by presenting humorous skits to the independent women. Below is a glimpse of ROTC members both on the field and at their leisure. LEISURE There, that looks much more gallant. Just act natural, M ' am. Ya wanna trade? A military man has to relax sometimes too, vou know! 39 With classes over for the day or week, faculty as well as students relax by doing what they enjoy most. Some choose to watch a good soccer game while others prefer to just close their eyes for a quiet afternoon of daydreaming. Books are left behind for fun and leisure. Perhaps you just like to stretch out and relax. The faculty must relax too. A new coiffure is one good way to get your mind off those studies. How can one study in this Florida atmosphere? 40 : :::::: :: LEISURE CONTINUED There ' s no relaxation for the photographer. Watch it h come on. it ' s not THAT cold LEISURE CONTINUED A well-rounded education cannot be attained solely in the classroom. The student gains knowledge of life through association with his fellow man. Social interaction, whether it be in a crowd at a basketball game or at a table in the cafeteria, is ever-present at Southern. A little lower and to the left will do it. There ' s a WHAT hanging from the Chape We said relax, not fall apart. : :::::: ::n Leisure can be surprise Rooting your turtle on to victory . . . Deep interest Leading a cheer mmm ti« na iipm ■ Ui Eating a delicious cafeteria lunch Or a good laugh! LEISURE CONTINUED Leisure is running to class? There ' s nothing like a good pipe. Leisure time at Southern is not simply the time when studies are over and cares are forgotten for awhile. To many it ' s the time when one finds he can do something he enjoys. For a professor it is smoking his favorite pipe and an interesting conversa- tion with his colleagues; for an artist it may be admir- ing an object he alone has created. I just can ' t stand the sight of blood. fli; c ip ;iiiiii» - B i!i}t!;taisattr.a»ttiaaiis-i: k ♦ ' ♦ ' ■• i %%«»•% •• ••1 Some find time to tatth up on world affairs. " Amateur photographer. " Leisure is the time when you can step Ijack and look at your own finished product. 45 LEISURE CONTINUED Time passes quickly at Southern and before one realizes it vacation time is approach- ing. Those hours whiled away in the CT or on the phone seem far in the past as students stand in line at the Christmas banquet or decorate that short-lived dorm Christmas tree. Is this a biscuit or a rock? I want ten cup cakes, four chocolate ecclairs. a dozen sugar Did you read the last government report on smoking? S ! H.,j».i.r gr r ' j i m it?!i w g ::;:;:;:i Those dorm phones never quit ringing. " Loading up " at the Christmas banquet. That ' s not a Cliristmas tree. It ' s a forest! 47 Iron bars do not a prison make As all freshmen and transfers can verify, chapel period plays a very important role in the education of the well- rounded individual. The Annie Pfeiffer Chapel, until the opening of the Branscomb Memorial Aviditorium, served as both a house of worship and a stage for entertainment. Only ten more minutes ' til lunch. There ' s always a full house for chapel! 48 The most important aspect of every college student ' s life is his pursuit of academic values. Throughout his college career the student examines, studies, and creates in his search for knowledge. I really should have read that chapter last night. The Empire State building is 1,472 feet high Eves Front! ACADEMICS SPORTS Athletic activity, as well as academic concentration, is necessary for the development of the individual. At FSC faculty and students; men and women; participate in their favorite sports, through intramural and varsity activities as well as organized tournaments in the community. Coach Smeltzly keeps score v y -u r Legs apart, head down, now swing. Did he say ball or bald? Even the old sports have to get into the act. Batter up! 50 H i rini ii.ii!; M i; n!U 8i i una3s n:n;iiira i. - .i- : ; ;;;;; ;i Come on you guys. The ball ' s over here! The prima donna of the volleyliall court? 51 SPORTS CONTINUED Few college campuses in this nation are graced with the qualities found at Southern. In addition to the Frank Lloyd Wright architecture, students find easy access to Florida ' s sun, sand and water. Whether it ' s sunning on the banks of Lake Hollings- worth or feeding the ducks at Lake Morton, all agree that Florida is a land of " fun in the sun. " Whoa! :: ;:;;;;i he Pi Kapps out for an afternoon of sailing, told you we shouldn ' t have buzzed that little old lady in the canoe. BBr i x s r 53 What ' s the cry? SPIRIT! And sphit there is at the 1963 Sigma Chi Derby. A week of all-out spirit campaigning topped off by an evening of derby painting and an afternoon of cries and surprises comprises a " Derby " that is long to be remembered. Up in the sky . . . it ' s a bird, it ' s a plane. It ' s a SIGMA CHI DERBY The girls were there in full-spirited support. The derby judges had a difficult time choosing a queen from these contestants. 55 DERBY CONTINUED The events are new as are many of the participants, but the spirit of the day is the same as in the past: filled with keen competition and Greek oneness! The Sigma Chi ' s steal the show when they enter the beauty contest in pink tights, sheer negligees, pushing baby carriages and hobbling in women ' s shoes. I ' m sorry, young lady, but that dress is entirely too short! The parade of Sig beauties? Come on now, don ' t be shy! :;;:;;;;! Would you prefer black eye shadow or Ijlue? Wheeeeeee This is a mother? 57 DERBY CONTINUED h 4- l .ditW - That Florida sun can really get to you. Now, who would have believed it? Banners waved and derbies were high. 58 i % • » • 1(. i the Signia Chi . . . not Kentucky Derby Peek-a-boo (top) On your mark, get set, charge! (middle) Hit WHAT with a dead fish! (bottom) 59 With the trials and tribulations of the semester behind us and a long holiday vacation ahead, many find themselves dancing dreamily to the music of Count Basic and his band. And for those who are graduat- ing, what more perfect way could one find to bring a college education to its end. Yes, for some the Christmas dance marks the completion of colleofe, but not of education, for the search for knowledge is never-ending. Couples danced beneath Christmas Snowflakes. Don ' t look now but my pinmate just came in Music was furnished by the fabulous Count Basic. ■ CHRISTMAS DANCE 4 %% % % ' % ' % ' % 1964 C 1P«€H ' C ' • •«• " V " • ' •■»•%• i H t- d- m xk Xt i t Wty MISS SUSAN MARY EDDY Sponsored by Alpha Chi Omega Sorority 63 MISS MADELINE HAGS ' I ROM Sponsored by Alpha Delta Pi Sorority V w I r c-t€tlv«. vM CANDIDATES MISS SUSAN EDDY Sponsored by Alpha Chi Omega Sorority MISS JOYCE LEHMAN Sponsored by Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority MISS ANN ALEXANDER Sponsored by the Southernettes a8 t i i t »ii;r H ; T ; ! MISS KELLY ANDERSON Sponsored by Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority MISS SALLIE BATSON Sponsored by Delta Zeta Sorority MISS MARILYN MITCHELL Sponsored by Phi Mu Sorority MISS JOAN GOLLIDAY Sponsored bv the Senate MISS GAIL GRANGE Sponsored by Kappa Delta Sorority Ky. ' iivl ' ! im «daJ3±it W i i:inw; ' iff: - r7i;ra- . T S5s.-. ♦ I ; ;;;;;? XJftV y W wX«. ' vC4»-cJV«-M MISS GRACE EILEEN WILLIS Sponsored by Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity 67 V f v Z7 pt %X )L Xt s FIRST RUNNER-UP MISS YVONNE NEWKIRK Sponsored by Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority V » • J-d- d- 7 t X4£. % CL Xt.4£ SECOND RUNNER UP MISS BONNIE HALL Sponsored by Alpha Delta Pi Sorority ♦ ♦ • MISS NANCY MORRIS Sponsored by Delta Zeta Sorority MISS KATHY RENTON Sponsored by Phi Mu Sorority V W I t- y 7 9 X4£ %JUM SM4:yt FINALISTS MISS SANDRA LAY mf ' Sponsored by Kappa Alpha Fraternity | MISS PAT BRAZIL Sponsored by Sigma Phi Epsiloii Fraternity MISS BETTY REID Sponsored by Kappa Delta Sorority CL S5, pretty girls around FSC, campus. ♦ ;;;.;;;? 73 1964 Beauty Judges Judges (left to right): Mrs. Olive Sykes, women ' s editor of the Lakeland Ledger; Mr. John Bryson, general manager of the Lakeland Chamber of Commerce; and Miss Virginia Davis, journalism instructor at Lake- land High School; consider Eileen Willis before narrowing the number of candidates down to eight finalists. Mr. Perry Como Perry Como, well-known entertainer, had the difficult task of selecting Miss Interlachen and her runners-np from photographs of eight finalists. It is with sincere appreciation to Mr. Como and the other judges that the Interlachen annoimces Miss Interlachen of 1964 and the members of her court. Miss Barbara Sellers Editor, The Interlachen Florida Southern College Lakeland, Florida Dear Miss Sellers: It has been my pleasure to act as judge of your Miss Interlachen contest. If It had been up to me, I would like to have made each charming lady a winner. However, as that Is not possible, I have made my selections and have chosen Candidate H as the winner, Candidate E as first runner-up, and Candidate B as second runner-up. Best wishes to all. ' PE|IRY OTC) 1964 " ' i- Bstl Organizations K l -; IK r:.:::::? Student Government Association OFFICERS DICK WILLS President BRUCE NEWELL Vice-President MADELINE HAGSTROM Secretary KELLY ANDERSON Treasurer First Roiv: Anderson, Hagstrom. Second Row: Newell, Wills. 79 Supreme Court The Supreme Court is the focal point of the Student Government Association Judicial De- partment. It acts as an appellate court in cases arising from decisions of any other judicial body. The Supreme Court also has original jurisdiction in all legislative matters. It is composed of five justices: one chosen from the faculty or adminis- tration, and four chosen from the student body. Left to Right: Justice Dave Sandburg, Justice Rick Crank- shaw, Justice Joyce Lehman, Chief Justice Joe McCormick. Not pictured: Dean Phillip R. Campbell, adviser. The Senate coordinates activities of the student body. Working with the president, vice-president, secretary, and treasurer, are male and female senators, each serving one year from each of the four classes, and two senators-at-large, who are from the sophomore and junior classes, and serve two years. Subsidiaries are MSGA, WSGA, and the Supreme Court. The Senate meets twice monthly, and sponsors the Freshman Orientation program, the campus TB campaign, the Christ- mas dance, and all campus elections. Florida Southern ' s SGA is a member of the Southern Universities Student Government Association. Senate First Rozu: Bozeman, Scott, Batson, Hagstrom, Williams, Pendleton, Mitchell, Hardesty, Caughey. Second Row: Jones, Carmel, Webster, Cook, Anderson, Greenman, San- tini, Hutchison, Fisher. Third Row: Dean Wilde, Larson. Newell, Wills, Lanier, Cannon, Kimbrough. Men ' s Student Government Association OFFICERS DOUG MACK President KEN EDGAR Vice-President BILL HOOVER Justice CHRLS WILLIAMS Jvstice DENNIS FERGUSON Secretary Men ' s Student Government Association was formed on campus three years ago under the comljined efforts of the Director of Men ' s office and the Student Government Associa- tion. Tire organization is made up of one representative from each fraternity and in- dependent male housing unit. The purpose of the MSGA is to establish and enforce dis- ciplinary regulations for male students. First Row: Edman, Edgar, Smith, McGcc, Mack, Conklin, Fischer, Thompson, Ross. Second Row: Drake, Branigan, Kesler, Kiesel, Huber, Loveday, Lukes, Lehr, Birdsong. Third Row: Durrance, Oberle, Ferguson, Hall, Silvers. Wilhelm, Knappen- berger. Hoover, McKnight, Fames. Women ' s Student Government Association OFFICERS JOAN GOLUDAY President LEE JACOBS Vice-President DeANN DUFF Secretary-Treasurer ■Women ' s Student Government Association is a governmental subsidiary of the Student Government Association. It is composed of representatives of sororities and independent vomen who are elected by resident women students. It serves as a court for infractions of college and house rules, and strives to uphold the standards of women residents at Florida Southern College. Fn- t Row: •atkins, Williams, Duff, Golliday, Luke. Webster, Needles. Second Row: Albrecht, Kincaid. Beck, South, Stockton, Shy, R. King, J. King. 82 ; :::;;:; a Junior Advisers First Row: Jacobs, Kleinschmidt, Kruckemyer, Coggin, Bar- nett. Second Roiv: McDonald, Pendleton, Tall, Gilmour. Not pictured: Mason, Palmer. The Junior Advisers are selected from many sophomore girls who apply for these positions. The girls live in the freshman residence halls and are sought for advice and guidance by fresh- man girls. Besides assisting the housemothers, these counselors also compose a hall council. Girls are selected for this position on the basis of participation in two or more activities and a 2.5 scholastic averasje. The Junior Advisers work closely with their adviser. Dean Hattie Eicholtz. THE SOUTHERN The Southern, edited and published by the journalism students of Florida Southern, is the official campus weekly. It is rated a top college newspaper in its enrollment division. EDITORIAL STAFF SALLIE BATSON Co-Editor DAVE LITTLE Co-Editor CHARLEY WILHELM . . . First Semester Student Adviser Editorial Writers: Bonnie Benton. Jan Elliott, Sue Nevin, Linda Lee Ray, Stu Smith. Staff Writers: Hal Fried, Jackie Jonas, Janet McWhorter, Judy Newton, Pam Permar, Terry Anne Sargent, Laurie Dou- glass, Jeanne Storter, Buddy Lee, Kay Robinson, Mitzi Hoffman, Marge Thompson. Sports Staff: Hal Wells, Joe Gauches, Frank Oktavec. Steve Jacobs. BUSINESS STAFF CAROLE SOUTH Business Manager JOANI BARTLETT Ad Layout Editor TOM DAWSON Advertising Solicitor Circulation Staff: Carolyn Cook, Elaine Eaton. Nadyne Grove, Lynn Sul!i an. Kathy Martin. ASSISTANTS PAUL WILLE Photographer BENJY RAWLS Assistant Photographer BETTY TOY Bookkeeper BANTON DOAK Printing Adviser HAL WATERS Director of Publications Sallic Rats .n, (o-rdilnr. clucks correction in the galley proofs. ith the print shop about a Jan Elliott puts the finishing touches on her column, " The Social .Scene. " Dummying ads is just one of the jotis of The South- ern ' s business manager, Carole South. 84 Co-editor Dave Little gives pointers to editorial assistants, Sue Nevin, left; and Linda Lee Rav, rio ht. Staff members prepare copy for the Monday deadline. Back to front: Hal Fried. Laurie Douglass. Jan McWhorter and Bonnie Benton. Mr. Hal Waters, adviser, looks over page layouts. 85 1964 Interlachen The Interlachen received a first place a vard from Columbia ' s Scholastic Press Association for the second consecutive year. This coveted rating added still another honor to the yearbook ' s growing list of accolades. 1 Barbara Sellers, Editor-in-Chief Sports Staff: Brick, J. Frazier, Editor Greek Staff: Colcburn. MacDonald. EDITORIAL STAFF BARBARA SELLERS EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ELMNE CENTER ASSISTANT EDITOR PAULA HUTSON BUSINESS MANAGER BETTY TOY EDITORIAL ASSISTANT MR. P. UL WILLE COLLEGE PHOTOGRAPHER BENJY RAWLS ASSISTANT PHOTOGRAPHER MR. HAL WATERS FACULTY ADVISER | MR. HARRELL BROOKS . . COVER DESIGN Editors: Betsy Bateman, Elaine Center, Deane Christiansen, Carol Edens, Jim Frazier, Pug Mason, Sue Mclrvin, Linda Kay Reedy, Stu Smith, Pat Stockton, Linda Sutton, Betty Waugh. Staff: Robin Baker, Penny Beardsworth, Kay Bent, Phil Brick, Jerry Buzzelli, Ginny Coleburn, Barb Duncan, Harrison Edinger, Toni Eich- horn, Gail Grange, Susie Gray, Donna Hailing, Linda Harris, Gay Hern- don. Paula Hutson, Linda Kiddoo, Carol Kimbrough, Georgia Lawrence, Jim Lee, Stephanie Ley, Mary , nn Long, Barbara Lowry. Glenn Mac- Donald, Bobbi McDonald, Tom McKay, Betty Lou McKnight, Jan Mc- VVhorter, Linda Lee Ray, Kay Robinson, Sheryl Romence, Marsha Shackleford, Sandi Smith. Jeanne Storter, Marge Thompson, Lesley _ Thune, Betty Ann Wetmore, Claudia Ziegle. 86 ;::;:::;:i Elaine Center, Greek Editor, Assistant Editor. Mr. Hal Waters, Faculty Adviser. Literary Staff: Thompson; Edens, Features Editor; D. Frazier; Romence; Ley. OrgaJiizations Staff: Bateniaii, Editor; Gray; Lowry. iusin, ' ss taji: Hutyiii, Man Eichhorn. Bc.irclsiviirth; Edinger; 87 1964 INTERLACHEN continued Betty ' loy. Editorial Assistant. Seated: Hailing, Mclrvin, Index Editor; Sandi Smith. Standing: McWhorter, Stu Smith, Military Editor. Class Sections Editors: Reedy, freslunan: Sutton, junior; .Stockton, sophomore: Ma.son, senior ; : ; ; : ; ; ; ; Freshman Advisory Board The Freshman Advisory Board consists of a group of selected freshmen and an upper- classman adviser. The main purpose of the Freshman Advisory Board is to better ac- quaint the freshmen with their fellow class- mates as well as with the members of the other classes. Socials and other events are planned by the Board for this purpose. First Rojo: Skclton, Ilyilc, Gibbs, Bodfish, Moore, Tallainy. Second Roiv: Balmer, Davis, Norcross, Booth. First Row. Porter, Son. Second Roic: Fletcher. Junior Fellows in English The English Fellows are chosen from juniors who are majoring in English. They apply for the position by letter to the head of the department. The appointment is for one semester at a time, and each Fellow receives a $50 deduction from tuition. The Fellows work with teachers during the semester for approximately three hours each week. Duties vary from checking theme revisions and term paper resources to acttially teach- ing classes. OFFICERS BILL DO V ' N ' EY Getieral Manager LEONARD SHAPIRO Production Manager ROBBYE PRICE Production Secretary BR. ' VD KINNEY Business Manager Vagabonds Vagabonds is an organization designed to promote mutual aid and encouragement for students of drama and speech. Eligibility for membership is determined by the organiza- tion as designated in the constitutional by- laws. Outstanding plays from the professional theater and experimental plays, written, pro- duced, and directed by members are presented. 9 n Kk P Itj T ii p!l f .. r [ ftv mS kI Ki H M r ni ■ - HmB P- P 1 r Vm u K m First Row: Marshall. Langdon, . nderson, Newkirk, Livings- ton, Price. Cairnes, Bowen, Via. Second Row: Taylor, Bishop, Wilson, Smith. Gockel, Dr. Jordan, Mr. Wooton, Leitner, Whidden, Childers. Third Row: Shapiro, Lukes, Addair, Mel- lon, Fletcher, Kinney, Downey, Denin. 90 ♦ ♦%.♦ .% " Robert Knippers, Russ Helwig, Craig Young, and Don Laferriere play in " A Midsummer Night ' s Dream. " Bill Downey and Yvonne Newkirk in " A Midsummer Night ' s Dream. " Susan Livingston and Robbye Price plot se- cretly in " The Happiest Days of Our Lives. " Mark Gockel, Susan Livingston, and Jim Cairnes in a scene from " A Midsummer Night ' s Dream. " A conversation between Brad Kinney and Robbye Price in " The Happiest Days of Our Lives. " 91 Concert Band OFFICERS CHESTER DISSINGER President LENNY LONGO Vice-President NANCY Mccormick secretary-Treasurer Dr. Kenneth Anderson, Director First Hoiv: Dissinger. Hand, McCormick, Jordan, Stevens, Wagner. Robbms. Whislci, leiuplin, Mishalanie, Swata, KnukennL-r. Lam. Second Row: Petterson, Harding. Cloyd, Donovan, Loveday, James, Reinhold, Miller, Owens, Brown, Goodman, Dixon. Third Row: Terrell, Fretwell, Odadzin, Barnes, Longo, Parsons, Mussoline, Aker, Lundeen, Stump. Fourth Row: Dr. Anderson, Williams, Klein, Hopgood, Roberts, Barber, Pearson. Not pictured: Boutwell, Hunsucker, Hoch, Spencer, Kerr, McGill. 92 Firsl Row: L. Smith. DoiKildson, McCloniiick, Coykciulall, Ciouk. Via. Ciial. Miller. Loy. Stokes, Hawk, Luke, Lester. Sccutid Row: Parsons, Weston, Northrup, Gilmore, Saurman, Jordan, McKnight, VVirick, Siebenthal, S. Smith, Swata, Rust. T nVrf flow; McRae, Larson, Norcross, Birdsong, Ingle, Kistler, Baker, Robbins, Routsong, Nunn, Lundeen. Fourth Roiu: Roberts, Eisnaugle, Parsons, Loveday, Lukes, Harding, Adanison, Spencer, Wooten. Concert Choir OFFICERS ,AL LE VISON President FRED LARSON Vice-President LANI WESTON Secretary RICK ADAMSON Treasurer ELAINE CENTER Librarian PATTY PARSONS Wardrobe Mgr. Mr. Jack Houts, Director 93 Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities Ann Collier Alexander Judith Lee Anderson Kelly Anderson Sallie Louisa Batson Robert Adolph Cattarius Carol Florence Caudle Judith Henderson Cook Madeline Haestrom Ruth Lyon Lawrence Joyce Ann Lehman Joseph B. McCormick Carolyn Warren Price Thomas Alfred Reynolds Mary Lou Williams Richard Jerome Wills, Jr. ; ;;::;; ;:;i Greek Hall of Fame Kelly Anderson Marc Lewis Bazilian Robert Adolph Cattarius Martha Jane Center Ruth Lyon Lawrence Joyce Ann Lehman Marilyn Frances Mitchell Carolyn Warren Price Thomas Alfred Reynolds Thomas Errington Shier D. Brooks Snyder Cap And Gown First Rozu: Mrs. Thrift, Klcinschmidt, Leeds, Wil- liams, Pendleton, Lowry, Anderson, Jacobs, Alexan- der. Second Row: McDonald, Northrup, Caudle, Lehman, Dobbs, Sharp, Sellers. OFFICERS ANN ALEXANDER President JUDY . NDERSOX Vice-President SHELLY DOBBS Secretary MARY LOU WILLLAMS Treasurer Cap and Gown is an honorary organization recognizing women who have attained a high standard of scholarship and leadership in col- lege activities. The prime requisites for Cap and Gown are good character, high scholar- ship, intelligence, and loyalty to the College. Eligibility for membership into Cap and Go vn includes an over-all " B " average, the classification of a junior and special distinc- tion in at least one phase of collegiate ac- tivity. Cap and Gown brings together the most representative women in all phases of college life and creates an organization for service to the college. ; :;;;;;;:?! Omicron Delta Kappa Omicron Delta Kappa recognizes men who have attained a high standard of efficiency in collegiate activities. This organization strives to bring together the most representative men in all phases of collegiate life and to unite the members of the faculty and student body on a basis of mutual interest and understand- ing. Members are chosen on the basis of lead- ership, character, fellowship, scholarship, ser- vice to campus life and adherence to demo- cratic ideals. OFFICERS JOE Mccormick President CARTER McCaffrey Vice-Presldent CHIP HUTCHISON Secretary-Treasurer Left to RiQht McCaffrey, Wills, Crankshaw, Hutchi- son, McCormick, Dean Campbell. Xot pictured: Fisher, Bodden, Snyder. wa o ' i ' cvaL t! OFFICERS CAROL CAUDLE President SUE TISDALE Vice-President JANET RING Secretary RUTH LAWRENCE Treasurer Beta Beta Beta Beta Beta Beta is the honor society for stu- dents of biological science. The requirements for membership into Beta Beta Beta are a 2.5 over-all average in science. The aim of Beta Beta Beta is to promote the dissemination of scientific truth and to encourage the investi- gation of the life sciences. The three aspects of its program are stimulation of sound scholar- ship, edification of scientific knowledge, and promotion of biological research. First Row: Reed, Danner, Caudle, Roberts, Law- rence, Marshall, Mullens, Outten, Miss Huddleston. Second Row: Tyus, Smith, Tisdale, McGee. Fisher, Kent, Ring, Petterson, Dr. Funderburg. Third Rotu: Durrance, Suzuki, Hayes, Mr. Eickenberg, Bostelman, Drury, Forthofer, Taylor, Moffses. I : v;;;;;:a Delta Sigma Pi v? First Row: Freeman, Perks, Helton, McClain, Bab- cock, Tennyson. Miller, Edinger, Spurlin. Second Row: Rust, Taylor, Cattarius, Murphy, Johnston, Carr, Sellner, Lemons, Hubmaier. Third Row: Hutchison, Koncilja. Barnett, Thompson. OFFICERS BILL PERKS President R.AXDY RUST Setiior Vice-President BOB MURPHY Vice-President JIM McCL.AIN Secretary CHET BABCOCK Treasurer Delta Sigma Pi is the professional fraternity for men in the business field. Membership in Delta Sigma Pi is restricted to those ha ing a " B " average in pre-commerce and business administration courses and a 2.5 over-all average. The purposes of Delta Sigma Pi are to foster the study of business and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and cultiue in the community. Delta Sigma Pi sponsors prominent speakers from the busi- ness world and acts as a medium between the college graduate and employer. Kappa Delta Pi OFFICERS MELANIE MATHIS President JeNELLE MOORE Vice-President. HAZEL WILLIS Secretary CAROLYN PRICE Treasurer u Kappa Delta Pi recognizes ovitstanding con- tributions by men and women to education and encourages high professional, intellectual, and personal standards for teaching. Requirements for membership are an over-all " B " average, with a minimum of six hours in education for juniors and twelve hours for seniors. The local Epsilon Gamma chapter annually awards the Kappa Delta Pi gold medal award to the out- standing senior in the field of education. II ■ 11 ■ II ■I I ■I II ■ II First Row: Willis, Groff, Hearn, Lester, Hulse, Moore. Second Row: Price, Watson, Wynn, Harsh- man, Krnoul, Mathis. Third Row: Mr. Ogden, Hug- gart, Durrance, Livingston, Caflisch, Mundy. Fourth Rozu: Shufflebarger, Dr. Williams, Mr. Milligan, Mrs. Snook, McGinnis. 100 Kappa Pi OFFICERS KAY COMBES President BARBARA BARNETT Vice-President TINA MELTON Secretary BEV STOVER Treasurer First RouK Ticknor, Jiukson. Aiulcisnii. Cushiii.in. Melton, Combes, Barnett, Holtzclaw, Chapman. Second Row: Mr. Doak, Mrs. Taylor, MacDowell, Hobson, Foster. Newkirk, Weston, Faraon, Miss Stoddard, Mr. Barnitz, Mr. Morris. Third Row: Downey, McCaffrey, Darsey, Soper, Dervin, Peters. Kappa Pi, the international honorary art haternity, was installed on Florida South- ern College ' s campus in 1943. The purpose of Kappa Pi is to promote greater artistic interest and achievement among art stu- dents. Requirements for membership are a student must be majoring or minoring in art; he must complete 12 hours of art; and he must have a " B " average in those 12 hours. 101 Phi Epsilon Mu First Row: Arnold, Coleman, Lincoln, King, Faren- wald. Warden. Second Row: Yeatts, Smith, Carter, Yates, Youmans. OFFICERS ED KERSHNER President PAMELA YATES Vice-President CHARLIE JENKS Secretary HELEN SMITH Treasurer Phi Epsilon Mu, Florida Southern ' s society for physical education and recreation majors, was founded on campus in 1959. The pur- pose of Phi Epsilon Mu is to foster the proper teaching and understanding of the virtues and needs of physical education. The organization has done much toivard pre- paring its members for work in this field. 102 ::;;;;;;:?! Phi Mu Alpha Phi Mu Alpha is one of the newest organiza- tions on Florida Southern ' s campus. This fraternity was organized under the auspices of the music department. The purpose of Phi Mu Alpha is to further musical interest and recognition of musical accomplishments. Mem- bership requirements are an active interest in music and an overall 2.0 average. OFFICERS L, RRY LOVEDAY President BILL LUKES Vice-President FRED MARTIN Secretary JOHN WAGNER Treasurer First Row: Harding. Suzuki, Hazelwood, Edinger, Carmel, Odadzin, Wagner. Second Row: Lukes, Mar- tin, Adamson, Mr. Houts, Lundeen, Vogelsang, Loveday. 103 Pi Delta Epsilon OFFICERS SALLIE BATSON President BARBARA SELLERS Vice-President JAN ELLIOTT Secretary LINDA LEE RAY Treasurer CAROLE POLE Historian Pi Delta Epsilon is an honorary society for students interested in journalism. The chapter at Florida Southern was established in 1953. Membership is open to upperclassmen with an over-all " B " average who take active partici- pation in campus publications. The aims of the organization are to teach the techniques, ethics, and mechanics of journalism, to pro- mote better fraternal feeling among fellow journalists, and to further honest and demo- cratic journalism. First Row: Gray, Thune, South, Harvey, Mason, Smith, Stockton, King, Eichhorn. Second Koxu: Rev. DeLacure, Mr. Waters, Batson, Hutson, Edens, Sellers, Ray, Dean Campbell. Third Row: Fried. Rawls, Shinkman, Wells, Little. 104 : :;;:;;;:;i Psi Chi ■CI (5 Q . Khsf,- Fn-il lioic: .Mi . Link. Mrs. Powcll.i. UhiiKiii, Schimpf, Anderson, Lawrence, Osborne, Hawkins, Hearn. Second Row: Dr. Link, Mrs. Hardaway, Wolfe, Gnozzio, Fannin, Crankshaw, Dr. Burnette. OFFICERS RAY FANNIN President MRS. PIERCE LINK Vice- President JUDY ANDERSON Secretary JOYCE LEHMAN Treasurer Psi Chi is the newest professional honorary society established on campus. The Psi Chi colony was installed four years ago by the psychology department. Membership in Psi Chi is open to majors and minors in the field of psychology. The purpose of Psi Chi is to promote further psychological studies on Florida Southern ' s campus. Candidates for membership must have a " B " average in psychology subjects and must be voted on for admission to the club. Sigma Rho Epsilon AHfl OFFICERS ANN ALEXANDER President LYNN NORTHRUP Vice-President MARGARET SHARP Secretary-Treasurer NOR LA KAY LEEDS Historian First Row: Alexander, Leeds, Mrs. Snyder, Williams, Bailey, Adams, O ' Neal, Gibbons, Jonas. Second Row: Zukowski, Northrup, Beck, Wallace, Wallace, Dobbs, Laymon, Esau, Jordan, Sharp, Warner. Sigma Rho Epsilon is an honorary organ- ization which furthers the interest and de- velopment of religious education on campus. Its primary purposes are to emphasize scholas- tic achievement, to cooperate actively vith all other gioups on campus for the promo- tion of the common good, and to function as a service organization both on campus and in the community. Membership in Sigma Rho Epsilon is open to religion majors, to those interested in this field, and to the ivives of pre-theological students. •» » w-w- ' v- -ww OFFICERS RUTH LA VRENCE GEORGE KERRICK . . President J ' iee-President Sigma Tau Delta Sigma Tau Delta is the national honorary fraternity for English majors. Membership is limited to those having a " B " average or better in at least 18 hours of English. The purposes of Sigma Tau Delta are to keep English scholars informed of new happen- ings in their field and to serve as a medium for an exchange of ideas incorporating 1 1 phases of the English language. First Rozv: Lawrence, Alexander, Wagner, Kapp, Gibson, Mrs. Hearn, Dr. Jordan. Second Row: Dr. Lett, Dr. Linneman, Dr. Zimmerman, Varwick, Fannin, Mr. Morris. 107 OFFICERS Circle K JIM FISHER President CHIP HUTCHISON Vice-President DEAN SNI ' ELY Secretary TOM BROLLIAR Treasurer Circle K is one of the newest clubs on Florida Southern ' s campus. It was chartered in April of 1963. Circle K is the college branch of the Lakeland Kiwanis Club. The primary objective of Circle K is to serve the school and the community. The year ' s activities are highlighted by the annual Ki vanis Pancake Festival in the spring. Memliership is selected from students with a 2.0 overall average who show leadership ability on the campus. First Row: Smyre, Smith, Rogers, Fisher, Goodman, Crankshaw, Troy, Brolliar, Borrego. Second Row: Lanier, DelVecchio, Jaffe, Wills, Newell, Ladlow, L. Rust, R. Rust. Third Row. Watkinson, Snively, Durrance, Simonson, Hutchison, Larson, Henderson. Alpha Psi Omega First Row: Dr. Jordan, Childers. Livingston, Price, Bowers, Newkirk, Eaker, Mrs. Ibberson. Second Row: Shapiro, Frazier, Bowen, Lukes, Kinney, Addair, Wilson, Mr. Wooton. Alpha Psi Omega, chartered at Florida Southern College in 1938, embodies in its constitution all the ideals of the fine arts known to men today. Based on a Shakespearian background, members profess to uphold the tradition of quality and honor in all tasks. Pi Gamma Mu First Row: Mrs. Snyder, Alexander, Lowry, Lehman, Mrs. Winston, Mrs. Morris. Second Row: Dr. Hart, Fisher, Mr. Morris, Dr. Burnette. Pi Gamma Mu, the National Social Science Honor Society, was founded in 1924, and was brought to this campus soon afterwards by Dr. Ludd M. Spivey. It is thus the oldest honor society on campus. Its objectives are to improve scholarship in social studies; to inspire social services to humanity; to understand the differing opinions and the structure of social institutions through higher education; to encourage the study of social sciences by stimulating the interests of imder- graduates, graduates, and faculty members in col- leges and universities everywhere. 109 Citrus Club I First Row: Kerr, McCranie, Durrance, Vaughn, Sellet, Harshman, Schmidt, Watson. Second Rmv: Kopp, Newbold, Eisenschenk, Clark, Hardee, Rankin, Marsh, Mr. Mack. Third Row: Hovey, E. Council, Kerr, Kimbrough, P. Council. OFFICERS JOHN NEWBOLD President TIM RANKIN Vice-President JERE DURRANCE Secretary DONALD VAUGHN Treasurer The Citrus Club is an organization which promotes students ' interest in the citrus de- partment and provides them with the oppor- tunity to meet experts in the field of citrus. Dinners sponsored monthly by the organiza- tion feature guest speakers who are experts in some area of the citrus industry. The Florida Citrus Mutual Award is presented by the co- operative organization to the outstanding citrus major in the May graduation class each year. 110 ..;;;;;;; OFFICERS ERNIE BOSTELMAN President TOM SUZUKI Vice-President CAROL CAUDLE Secretary-Treasurer Florida Academy of Science The Florida Academy of Science is composed of Florida Southern College students who are majoring in the different areas of science. The purpose of this organization is to pro- mote research and experimental science. At a special meeting each year, members present scientific papers concerning research and experimental science. First Row: Bostelman, Caudle, Banner, Lowry, Tis- dale, Ring, Suzuki. Second Row: Mr. Smith, Reed, McCormick. Dr. Jordan, Tyus, Mr. Eickenberg, Cherry. OFFICERS LUCILLE WYNN President MITZIE GUIZZETTI Vice-President ALICE McOSKER Secretary BRENDA BRITT Treasurer Home Economics Club The Home Economics Club is a professional organization for women in the field of home economics. This growing organization is affiliated with both the state and national home economics associations. The Home Economics Club strives to develop and pro- mote interest in the various aspects of home economics and to foster better student-faculty relationships. Highlights of the year for the Home Ec. Club are the Christmas banquet and the style show. First Row: Hcvener, Wooldridge, Britt, McOsker, Siebenthal, Benson, Hardesty, Caughey, Kelsey. Sec- ond Row: Mrs. Ellison, Guizzetti, Apple, Wynn, Waugh. Bottom. Mrs. Piatt, Mrs. Bunn. McNees. Third Row: House, Welty, Ellis, Dobbs, Clark. I «««« «• « % • • • « l Industrial Arts Club First Row: McDonald, Mr. Trimm, Jones, Geiger, Lande, Fender. Second Row: Cloyd, Stowers, Cham- pion, Mr. Doak, Sanford. OFFICERS SAM LANDE President DON GEIGER Vice-President BARBARA CHAMPION .... Secretary-Treasurer The Industrial Arts Club vas re-established on campus three years ago through the cooperation and enthusiasm of its members and the able guid- ance of its advisers. The purpose of the Industrial Arts Club is to promote professional attitude and understanding of industrial arts. Membership is open to upperclassmen in good scholastic stand- ins with at least twelve hours in industrial arts. OFFICERS FRANK EISENSCHENK President TOM SHIER Vice-President TIM RANKIN Secretary-Treasurer Soil Conservation Society I The Soil Conservation Society is the newest of the science organizations at Florida Southern. Membership is open to all stu- dents of citrus, science or social studies. The purpose of the Soil Conservation Society is to study ways and means of conserving our nation ' s most valuable resource— the soil. First Roiu: Kimbrough, McCranie. Gardner, Hardee, Vaughan, Shier. Second Row: Mr. Lyle, Durrance, Rankin, Newbold, Eisenschenk, Harshman. I 114 American Chemical Society First Row: Potter, Donnelly, Tisdale, Suzuki, Eisen- berg, Petterson, Caudl e. Second Row: McCormick, Blount, Smith, Reischmann, Tyus, Thurlow. OFFICERS JOE Mccormick President DALE POTTER Vice-President SUE TISDALE Secretary-Treasurer t The National American Chemical Society was founded in 1876. The student branch of the ACS was inaugurated at Florida Southern College in 1958. The purpose of this organization is to improve qualifications of chemists, to advance chemical kno vledge, to promote research, and to encourage ad- vancement of chemistry in all branches. Membership is open to all students inter- ested in chemistry as a profession. t First Row: Combes, Caughey, Hardesty, Center, Boze- man, Danner, Harvey, Grange, Hagstrom. Second Row: Hvitchison, Bazilian, McDonald, Abbott, Mitchell, Anderson, Schirmer, Edens, Sellers. Crotty, Duval, Douglas, Jacobson, Mr. MoitIs. Third Row: Vills, Larson, Crankshaw, Kerr, Rust, Fisher, Carmel, Hall, McKnight, Edman, Cannon. OFFICERS MAD ELINE HAGSTROM President RICK CRAXKSHAAV Vice-President MARILYN MITCHELL Secretary KAY COMBES Treasurer The Political Union of Florida Southern College, organized in December 1954, established as its motto, " Better Minds for Better Politics. " At a dinner-meeting each month, an active political figure addresses the club and is then questioned by the members about political philosophy and its practical applications. Governor Adlai Stevenson, Governor Goodwin Knight, Senator Estes Kefauver, and Senator Spes- sard Holland have been among the many distinguished guest speakers. 1 116 . ; ; ; ; ; ; ;:; OFFICERS JANIE CROTTY President SUE PATTON Vice-President LACRETIA CATHEY Secretary YVONNE HEATH Treasurer PAT STOCKTON Historian Student Florida Education Association The Student Florida Education Associa- tion, one of the largest organizations on campus, is a professional organization for majors in the field of education. S.F.E.A. gives the student an opportunity for active participation in both state and national edu- cational associations. S.F.E.A. strives to orient the student to his profession and train potential leaders. The Florida Southern ColU-c th.ipter of The Stu- dent Florida Education Association. 117 International Club First Rozu: Pfannenstiel, Sawyer, Griffiths, Carmel, Martin, Gould, Burkey. Second Roiu: Dr. Jordan, Fisher, Mrs. Ibberson, Mr. Morris, Mrs. Simboli, Dr. Simboli. OFFICERS FR, NK CARMEL President JIM FISHER Vice-President KATHY MARTIN Secretary-Treasurer MRS. IBBERSON Faculty Adviser International Club is an organization for students fiom foreign countries and for stu- dents vho are interested in learning more about other countries. Informative discus- sions and guest speakers help to widen the members ' knowledge of foreign friends in other countries. Each year the International Club presents an award to the Outstanding Foreign Student on the Campus. 118 ; : ; ; ; •ss;«g Music Educators Conference The Music Educators Conference is an organization open to all music education majors. They meet once a month, and their various programs concern music in the schools. They learn and discuss different and proper methods of teaching music in the schools. First Rote: McCioi niu k. Wx-ston. Second Row: Odad- zin, Hazelwood. American Guild Of Organists Firsi Row: O ' .WmI, Estaljiook. Parsons, Flood, : Schmidt. Second Row: Northrup, Hazelwood Brierley, Sawyer. The American Guild of Organists is an organization consisting of all the organ stu- dents on campus. They meet twice a month and listen to various types and makes of organs. The members study the history of the organ, and familiarize themselves with its functioning. They present one recital each semester. 119 Bob Fischer and Scott Harris confer with Dean Wilde. Student Residence Advisers Each year outstanding men are selected as advisers for the men ' s freshman residence halls. The junior and senior men selected must have a 2.2 average or better and exem- plify qualities of leadership. They help in giving the residence halls a friendly and orderly atmosphere. By working closely with the office of the Dean of Students and with their adviser, Mr. Roger Wilde, assistant dean of students, the residence advisers pro- vide a connection between the students and the administration. First Row: Douglas, Watson, Hall. Harris, Hopgood, Brandis. Second Row: Dean Wilde, Fischer, Fames, Young, McKnight. 120 Inter-Faith Council fn- l liozc: O ' Neal. Esau, Carrol. Xorthrup. Second Row: Kimbrough, Ferrell. OFFICERS RALEIGH BAILEY President DAINE ESAU Vice-President PATSY ONEAL Secretary J m K K S ' » V mS ' ral H c 1 wKl ' JM HpR ' ' ' •■ ' ' M ' ' ' Each denominational group on campus is represented by two delegates in the Inter- Faith Council. These delegates come from such religious organizations as the Methodist Student Movement, Canterbury Club, Bap- tist Student Union, United Campus Christian Fellowship, Jewish Student Government As- sociation, and Lutheran Student Association. The major purpose of the Council is to unite the various religious organizations on campus in closer bonds of friendship. The Inter- Faith Council centers most of its work around the organization and success of the annual Religion in Life Week activities. 121 Gamma Sigma Chi First Row: Cannon, Wills, Wagner, Bailey, Gwinn. Durbin, Owens, Martell, Neeld. Second Rotu: Rev. DeLacure, Harris, McClary, Rains, Mimbs, Buckner, Murphy, Loveday. OFFICERS JACK DURBIN President JOHN WAGNER Vice-President LARRY LOVEDAY Secretary CHUCK CANNON Treasurer Gamma Sigma Chi, the professional religious fraternity, helps promote religious activity and encourages its members in their prepara- tion for the Christian ministry. Membership is open to all pre-theological students. The bi-weekly meetings feature speakers active in this field of interest. Gamma Sigma Chi at- tempts to make Christ a living reality on campus. 1. ..« t i « % •• % ' •■«•% OFFICERS BOB KIMBROUGH President LARRY QUIGLEY Vice-President SHELLY DOBBS Secretary MARY BETH JOHNSON . Treasurer, Student Director Baptist Student Union The Baptist Student Union was founded for the purpose of developing Christian leader- ship among the Southern Baptist college youth. It administers to the spiritual needs of Baptist college men and women, and ex- tends the influence of the church to the entire campus. Its membership is open to all Baptists. Members become active when they join a Baptist church in the educational center or any unit organization that is rep- resented in the B.S.U. Council. First Row. Coggin, Bridger, Dobbs, Esau, Roberts, Caudle, Pittman. Second Row: Johnson, Mr. Smith, Kimbrough, Col. Gieger, Hurt. 123 Jewish Student Government Association OFFICERS LEO FOX President MARK BAZILIAN Vice-President DEBBIE SCHWARTZ Secretary ELLIOTT BRUDER Treasurer The Je vish Student Government Association is an organization of Jewish students inter- ested in promoting the Hebrew ideals on the campus, in the community, and in the vorld. Through the combination of religious teachings with social meetings, they gain a greater knou ' ledge of their Hebrew heritage. First Row: Bruder, Fox, Schwartz, Tepper, Goodman, Eisen, Tapper, Silvers, Kessler. Second Row: Bazilian, Warwick, Eisenberg, Jacobs, Weinstein, Friedman, Carmel, Goodman, Schwartz, Glick. t « % « i % % ' % %■%•% ' % Methodist Student Movement I he Florida Southern College chapter of MSM. OFFICERS RALEIGH BAILEY President ANN ALEXANDER Vice-President PAT RECK Secretary PAULA HUTSON Treasurer The Methodist Student Movement is a group of Methodist students united for the purpose of furthering the attitudes of Chris- tianity on the campus. MSM sponsors many events throughout the year in addition to local, state, and national service projects. Representatives are sent to district, state and national conventions each year. The Meth- odist Student Movement strives to provide for the spiritual, moral, social and intellec- tual needs of the colleafe student. United Campus Christian Fellowship First Rozi : Rev. Carmer, O ' Neal, Gibbons, Hissner, Manning. Second Row: Apple, Warner, Wilman, Sharp. OFFICERS HARVEY D. MANNING President MARGARET SHARP PATSY O ' NEAL Vice-Presidents APRIL APPLE Secretary SUE McIRVIN Treasurer The United Campus Christian Fellowship is an organization of Presbyterian students interested in promoting Christian ideals on the cainpus, in the community, and in the world. It is endeavoring to emphasize the importance of granting these students an opportunity to develop their Christian beliefs by serving in several social projects and by cooperating with the other religious organi- zations on campus. 126 1964 Greeks m ■ J 7 k . i V -jf m sisiBPXss « ;9rv ' ' ism en fs mstmsif i Greek God And Goddess Jm)!) Cail.iiius, President of I. F. C, crowns Gingur Wel.Mcr, Greek Guddess, while J Bob Kimbrou " h, Greek God. ) xe Li hill. III. I ' Ksideiit nl r.inhelleiiic. crowns Greek Sine Bonnie Donaldson, president of Alpha Delta Pi, presents the trophy to Joe Cocho- nour, Theta Chi president. Presenting the trophies to Anne Looker, .Alpha Omicron Pi president, are Dave Sandburg, president of Signra Alpha Epsilon, and Dr. J. Birney Gross, dean of academic affairs. Greek Sing is an annual event sponsored by Alpha Delta Pi and Sigina Alpha Epsi- lon. All campus social organizations are in- vited to enter and they compete through song for the coveted tropliies. This year Alpha Omicron Pi won both the sorority trophy, presented by SAE, and the over-all trophy presented by the College. Theta Chi placed first in the fraternity division and vas awarded the trophy by AD Pi. The Theta Chi ' s sound out as tliey vie for the fraternity trophy. 132 • ••■% • % Winners of the First Annual Delta Zeta Cornucopia Coiiiist ,iu Allan Spixtv, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. and Alpha Chi Omega . Mary Gay Nelson, Dave Hamelryck, and Barbara 1 all accept the trophies from Delta Zeta President Nancy Wright. Greek Life ?K. T Pi mn ' f 1 M 1 ' ' ' u 1 : k m 1% . yy ♦ " I forgot our display! ' ' smm " Aw shucks! " Pi Kappa Phi and Tri Sigma captured first place in the Greek Week display contest. Seated: Griffiths, Dean Eicholtz. Reid, Whisler. Ruke, Laymon, Center, Harvey, Lawrence. Standing: Lipski, Sellers, Son, Caton, Lehman, Kleinschniidt, Center, Shackelford, Stover, Mason. Panhellenic Council The Panhellenic Council holds a most re- sponsible position in the everyday life of the college. The Coimcil acts as a forum for the dis- cussion of fraternity and sorority problems: fosters the ideals of fraternity life on a high level and governs the rules of sorority rushing and pledging. Pictured at the right are some of the various functions of Panhellenic, including rush, the Bermuda Party, a tea for independent vo- men featuring sorority displays, and an annual Christmas Open House. Panhellenic member- ship includes two representatives and an alumnae from each sorority on campus. Dean Hattie Eicholtz is the adviser. OFFICERS JOYCE LEHMAN President PUG MASON Vice-President BARBARA KLEINSCHMIDT Secretary ELAINE CENTER Treasurer I ::::::::! Rush and introductions 50 hand in hand. and this is our pin. Time out for laughs at tlie annual Bermuda Party. Panhellcnic officers greet the guests. Refreshments are always in order. " I ' d like for you to meet Alpha Chi Omega OFFICERS SUE KAPP President LEE JACOBS Vice-President LINDA DERR Secretary JANE ROHRBACK Treasurer Left to right: Derr, Kapp, Jacobs, Rohrback. Beta Omicron Chapter Alpha Chi Omega was founded at DePauw Univer- sity, Greencastle. Indiana, on October 15, 1885. It was the sixth national fraternity to be founded and now has 100 active chapters. Scarlet and olive green were chosen as Alplia Chi Omega ' s colors and the scarlet carnation as the flower. The Lyre is the national magazine. In 1947 the National Convention of Alpha Chi Omega adopted the cerebral palsy project as their national altruistic vork. This project has brought about the training of nurses to care for the cerebral palsy children and aid them in their rehabilitation. The Beta Omicron Chapter was chartered on the Florida Southern campus on November 13, 1936. The open motto, " Together let us seek the heights, " signifies the purpose of each Alpha Chi. TOM REYNOLDS Sweetheart of Alpha Chi Omega ::::::::il MEMBERS Bauer, Paula Collins, Jonnie Dempsey, Carolyn Derr, Linda Dorrill, Mary Ann Eddy, Susan Elliott, Jan Ezell, Susan Fulford, Carolyn Grubb, Kathy Harvey, Anne Harvey, Evelyn Jacobs, Lee Kapp, Sue Lay. Sandy Lemmond, Jan Mason, Pug McMichael, Joan Nelson, Mary Gay Pepper, Nancy Pitt, Carolyn Rohrback, Jane Schirmer. Susan Webster, Ginger Wiborg, Ann 137 Alpha Delta Pi ' fTf tumni OFFICERS BONNIE DONALDSON President JANET FERRAN Vice-President BARBARA DANNER Secretary GINA LATIMER Treasurer Left to right: Latimer, Banner, Donaldson, Ferran. Gamma Gamma Chapter Alpha Delta Pi was founded May 15, 1851, at Wes- leyan Female College in Macon, Georgia, as the Adelphean Society. It became the first secret society in the ivorld for college women, and the mother of the entire sorority system. The Gamma Gamma Chapter was granted a char- ter on the campus of Florida Southern College on April 27. 194fi. There are now 105 active chapters of ADPi. Alpha Delta Pi maintains the Memorial Fellow- sliip Fund to bring outstanding foreign women to the United States for graduate study, and grants scholarships to its members for advanced study also. The colors of Alpha Delta Pi are blue and white and its official flower is the violet. The open motto, " We live for each other, " has come down through history unchanged. DAVE CORNELIUS Sweetheart of Alpha Delta Pi 138 ::::::::! MEMBERS Anderson. Sharon Bateman, Betsy Bardwell, Crickett Beatty, Linda Benson, Moree Bergen, Nancy Caughey, Pat Center, Elaine Coleburn, Ginny Combes, Kay Cook, Jiidi Crotty, Janie Danner, Barb Donaldson, Bonnie Edwards, Cathy Ferran, Janet Hagstrom, Madeline Hall, Bonnie Hardesty, Pat Howell, Marie Jones, Dianne King, Kay Latimer, Gina McDonald, Bobbi McOsker, Alice Railsback, Sandy Reich, D. J. Scott, Bev Shv, Susie Snow, Janet Stover. Bev Wolfe, Marilvn Wooldridge. Linda ■im Alpha Gamma Delta OFFICERS JOYCE LEHMAN President SHELLY DOBBS Vice-President MARY COGGIN Secretary BARBARA LOWRY Treasurer Left to right: Dobbs, Lowry, Coggin, Lehman. Gamma Theta Chapter Alpha Gamma Delta was founded at Syracuse Uni- versity, Syracuse, New York, on May 30, 1904. The colors are red, buff and green exemplified by the fraternity flowers, red and buff roses vith green leaves. Alpha Gamma Delta has 95 collegiate chapters and 160 active alumnae chapters. Gamma Theta Chapter was installed at Florida Southern College on April 26, 1958. Alpha Gamma Delta contributes annually to the National Society for Crippled Children and Adults which provides fellowships for training counselors in aid to the handicapped. LARRY QUIGLEY Sweetheart of Alpha Gamma Delta • 140 ::::::::1 MEMBERS Beck, Pat Burkey, Eleanor Coggin, Mary Cushman, Helene Dobbs, Shelly Eichhorn, Toni Esau. Diane Fichtner, Margaria Gran, Dee Gray, Susie Hawkins, Cynthia Heath, Yvonne Holmberg, Mary Hutson, Paula Kiddoo, Linda Knight, Julie Langdon, Nancy Laymon, Sarah Lehman, Joyce Lester, Patsy Lowry. Barbara Pendleton, Penny Pittman, Mary Ann Pole, Carole Smith, Sandy Watson, Claudia Alpha Omicron Pi OFFICERS ANNE LOOKER President SARA OSBORNE Recording Secretary SUSAN SON Corresponding Secretary RONNIE GNOZZIO . Treasurer Left to right: Osborne, Looker, Gnozzio, Son. Kappa Gamma Chapter Alpha Omicron Pi was founded on January 2, 1897, at Barnard College, Columbia University, New York, New York, by four outstanding coeds. Since 1897 Alpha Omicron Pi has grown nationally to the size of 72 collegiate chapters across the United States and Canada. The national philanthropic work is AOPi ' s Social Service Department which organized the Frontier Nursing Service in Kentucky in 1931. To Dragma is the fraternity magazine, the flower is the Jazqueminot rose and the color is red. Alpha Omicron Pi was the first local sorority on campus and was called Kappa Gamma Tau. This local became National Alpha Omicron Pi on May 5, 1946, as the Kappa Gamma Chapter. JOHN DAVIS Sweetheart of Alpha Omicron Pi PRl W I si :M ' S MEMBERS Bottom, Judy Donnelly, Peggy Eaker, Billie Gnozzio, Ronnie Hawk, Maiian Lewellen. Suzy Lipski, Pam Looker, Anne Luke, Sally Osborne, Sara Reisner, Lynn Robinson, Kay Rodd, Diane Siebenthal, Cricket Son. Susan ' elty. Sue Delta Zeta I OFFICERS NANCY VRIGHT President JOYCE WHITE Vice-President MARSHA PALMER Secretary ELLEN ESTABROOK Treasurer Left to right: Palmer, Wright, Whit e, Estabrook. Beta Mu Chapter Delta Zeta was founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, on October 24, 1902, and now has 162 national chapters. Beta Mu Chapter was established at Florida South- ern College on December 11, 1936. The colors are old rose and vieux green, and the flower is the Killarney rose. Delta Zeta contributes annually to Gallavdet Col- lege, the only college in the world for the deaf, through the provision of hearing aids and the equip- ping of reading rooms. The motto of Delta Zeta is " To seek the truth and defend it always; so that I may v ' alk truly in the light of the Flame. " MIKE OGILVIE Sweetheart of Delta Zeta I WAdMA WMdM dM i d MEMBERS Antinori, Joya Baker, Nancy Bishop, C ynthia Clark, Barbara Sue Cook, Carolyn Davis, Judy Dunn, Cheryl Eaton, Elaine Estabrook, Ellen Griffiths, Jane Grove, Nadyne Kleinschmidt, Barbara Martin, Kathy Morris, Nancy Jane Nevin, Sue Newhouse. Paula Palmer. Marsha Ring. Janet Sargeant, Terry Anne Sullivan, Lynn Wells, Trudy White, Joyce Wright, Nancy 145 Kappa Delta I OFFICERS LINDA SUTTON President JOAN SANTINI Vice-President CAROL EDENS Secretary GEORGIA LAWRENCE Treasurer BARBARA SELLERS Editor BETTY LANGFORD Rush Chairman Left to right: (Standing) Edens, Langford. Lawrence, Sellers. (Seated) Sutton, Santini. I Gamma Epsilon Chapter Kappa Delta Sorority was founded on October 23, 1897, at State Female Normal School of Virginia, now Longwood College, Farmville, Virginia. It now has 103 active chapters. Pearl white and olive green are the chosen colors and the -(vhite rose is the flower. The Angelos is the national tnagazine. Kappa Delta was the first of the National Panhellenic Conference Groups to select aid and care of crippled children as a national phil- anthropy. Work vith the Crippled Children ' s Hos- pital in Richmond, Virginia, vas chosen as a tribute to the founding of the sorority in that state. Gamma Epsilon Chapter was established on Flori- da Southern College ' s campus on February 15, 1955. Its open motto is TA KALA DIOKOMEN: " Let us strive for that vhich is honorable, beaiuifid and hisihest. " MARK GOCKEL Sweetheart of Kappa Delta I 146 : ■ i 4 ' .%-A % ' 4-4 MEMBERS Allen, Barbara Ambrose, Paula Bartlett, Joanie Berr), Sandi Britt, Brenda Brownell, Lynda Crankshaw, Lynne DiilT, De Ann Edens, Carol Floyd, Judy Grange, Gail Greenman, Betty Guizzetti. Mitzie Langford. Betty Lawrence, Georgia Lawrence, Ruth Ley, Stephanie Lincoln, Heidi Melton, Tina Mitchell, Judi Mclr in, Sue Santini, Joan Sellers, Barbara Smith, Helen Sutton. Linda Thompson. Marge Yates, Pamela 147 OFFICERS SUSAN LIVINGSTON President MARILYN MITCHELL Vice-President SHERLENE SHEPARD Secretary GAIL HOUSE Treasurer Left to right: Shepard, House, Livingston, Mitcliell. Alpha Tau Chapter Phi Mu Sorority ivas founded at Wesleyan College, Macon, Georgia, on March 4, 1852. Its colors are pink and white, and its official flower is the Enchantress carnation. The Aglaia is the na- tional magazine. In 1911, a custom of Founders ' Day pennies was begim and a scholarship fund was established from these. In 1945, the " Four Roads to Reconstruction, " scholarships for women in the fields of medicine, oc- cupational therapy, nutrition and social service, was also established. In 1922, the Healthmobile in the State of Georgia was adopted as a national philan- thropy. At present. Phi Mu has 86 active chapters in the United States. Alpha Tau Chapter of Phi Mu was granted a charter on the Florida Southern College campus on May 15, 1954. DOUG MACK Sweetheart of Phi Mu 148 J ♦ •♦ •%.%•• ?T : !SS fi S ' MEMBERS Abbott, Donna Bamett, Barbara Beardsworth, Penny Briles, Beth Cathey, Lacretia Caton, Fran Comfort, Mary Daugherty, Pam Eldredge, Linda Fain, Sharon Haynes, Diana Joy Hebbard, Lynn House, Gail Livingston, Susan Lupo. Barbara Mitchell. Marilyn Renton, Kathy Robinson, D otty Rukc, Gail Shepard, Sherlene South, Carole Stirn, Sue Wetmore, Betty ,4nn Sigma Sigma Sigma F OFFICERS KELLY ANDERSON President JUDY ANDERSON Vice-President NANCY WAINER Secretary LINDA BROOKS Treasurer Left to right: K Ainliiv.ii, Brooks, J. Anderson, Wainer. Beta Phi Chapter " Faithful unto Death " is the open motto which has united Tri Sigmas across the nation since its found- ing at Longwood College in Farmville, Virginia, April 20, 1898. It has 62 active collegiate chapters and 101 active alumnae chapters. Tri Sigma ' s national philanthropic social service project is the Robbie Page Memorial Fund, at the North Carolina Memorial Hospital in Chapel Hill. This organization provides for aid in the rehabilita- tion and convalescence of children patients. The fraternal magazine is The Triangle vhich bears the fraternity ' s colors, royal purple and white. The purple violet is the honored flower and the jewel is the pearl. Beta Phi Chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma was granted a charter on the campus of Florida Southern College February 14, 1955. BOB MURPHY Sweetheart of Sigina Sigma Sigina I ♦ % • % • »•♦ • - - ' - MEMBERS Anderson, Judy Anderson, Kelly Beasley, Rita Brooks, Linda Hobson, Sue Hooks, Genie King, Roxy McWhorter, Janet Newkirk, Yvonne Norton, Melanie Reid, Mary Stokes, Susan Wainer, Nancy Ward, Susan Whisler, Paula Wolfe. Joan Zoch, Betty Zeta Tau Alpha anszszszi OFFICERS JANE CENTER President PENNY WAITS Vice-President KAY RIDOUT Secretary TERRI EGGEN Treasurer Left to right: Ridout, Center, Waits, Eggen. Delta Beta Chapter Zeta Tail Alpha was founded at Longwood College, Farmville, Virginia, on October 15, 1898. There are now 117 active chapters. The Delta Beta Chapter was chartered at Florida Southern College on April 27, 1957. The fraternity flower is the white violet and the colors are turquoise and steel grey. Themis is the quarterly national magazine. The philanthropic project of Zeta Tau Alpha con- sists of work in Cerebral Palsy research and training for specialists in this field, and scholarship funds open to any deserving college girl. The open motto of Zeta Tau Alpha is " Seek the Noblest. " JOE COCHONOUR Sweetheart of Zeta Tau Alpha J , , , . % • % MEMBERS Atheam, Elizabeth Bowers, Sharon Charabless, Sharon Childers, Donna Coleman, Dodie Cook, Barbara Davis, Nancy Decuers, Lucy Donnelly, Michele Eggen, Terri Farenwald, Donna Freeman, Penny Center, Jane Craham, Nita Harris. Linda Haskins, Laraine Hurt. Betena Krnoul, Lynne Lachenrayer, Janet McCormick, Nancy McRae, Elizabeth Reedy, Linda Kay Ridout, Kay Shackelford, Marsha Tall, Barbara Thune, Lesley Waits, Penny Watkins, Eunice Southernettes OFFICERS IRENE ARCHAMBAULT President MARGARET SHARP Vice-President LYNN NORTHRUP Secretary SYLVIA PETTERSON Treasurer Left to right: Sharp, Petterson, Arrhambault, Northrup. I Southernettes, founded January 15, 1952, is a unified organization for all qualified women not affiliated with Greek social sororities. Its purpose is to provide a medium through which non-sorority women may participate in campus activities, to provide oppor- tunities to develop leadership in service to the Col- lege, and to achieve cooperation between sorority and non-sorority women. The colors of Southernettes are red and white, and the flower is the carnation. JOHN WAGNER Sweetheart of Southernettes • ' ::::::::! MEMBERS Alexander, Ann Archambault, Irene Caudle, Carol Clarkson, Mary Elliott, Geraldine Flint, Joan Leeds, Norma Kay Northrup, Lynn O ' Neal, Patsy Petterson, Sylvia Sharp, Margaret Swata, Carol Warner, Cynthia Williams. Mary Lou Wilman. Mary Ann 155 First Row: McLeod. Dicks, Shier, Borrego, Hawkins, Hopkins, Huber. Zinckgraf. Second Rozv: Roth, Cattarius, Reynolds, Larson, Cochonour, Bowen, Goodman, Hutchison, Boecklen. Interfraternity Council The Interfraternity Council promotes the betterment of the College through the im- provement of the social fraternities. Repre- sentatives from each fraternity on campus comprise the group, ivhich strives to equalize the opportunities of the various fraternities. Activities of the Council include co-sponsor- ing with Panhellenic Council all Greek Week events, including u orkshops, and promoting through various retreats and other functions a closer relationship between all Greek men on campus. Seated: Snyder, Cattarius. Stntiding: Bazilian, Hopkins. OFFICERS BOB C, TTARIUS President CHIP SNYDER Vice-President HOPPY HOPKINS Secretary MARC BAZILIAN Treasurer I 156 " Now, about what you ' ve signed " And then he started running the wrong way " Gotcha! " " We ' re especially proud of the texture of our paper. " Fraternity sweethearts help out during rush. 157 Kappa Alpha OFFICERS CHARLES HAWKINS President DAN JENKINS Vice-President MIKE OGILVIE Secretary Left to right: Ogilvie, Hawkins. Jenkins. Gamma Pi Chapter Kappa Alpha Order was founded on December 21, 1865, at Washington College imder the guidance of Robert E. Lee. Tiie colors of Kappa Alpha are crim- son and old gold, and the flowers are the magnolia and red rose. The Gamma Pi Chapter was foimded at Florida Southern College on May 9, 1958, and the Kappa Alpha Order now has 87 active chapters. The spirit of Kappa Alpha is encompassed in the motto " Dien et Les Dames— For God and the Women. " LINDA DERR Kappa Alplia Rose 158 I i » ♦ • MEMBERS Alexander, Bill Borregi, Henry Hawkins, Charles Henderson, George Hopkins, Hoppy Jenkins, Dan I ■ — Longo, Lenny " C M McCranie, Larry V Jf ' Ogilvie, Mike Q O Sharpe. Jack Shier, Tom Smith, Jake Smith, Luke Soper, Don Taylor, Skip Thompson, Earl Weeks, James Williams, Bobby Kappa Sigma OFFICERS CHIP HUTCHISON President RAY ROGERS Vice-President JIM ELLIS . Secretary BILL PERKS Treasurer Left to right: Ellis, Hutchison, Perks, Rogers. Theta Alpha Chapter In Charlottesville, Virginia, the University of Vir- ginia vas established. It was amid these surroundings, in the year 1869, that five young men, all less than twenty years old, came together with a miuual friend- ship. Kappa Sigma now has 135 chapters. The local chapter was founded on April 4, 1959. The fraternity colors are scarlet, ' hite and emerald green. The flower is the lily-of-the-valley. Within the bonds of Kappa Si,gma the brothers are molded into a unit vith high morale and are eagerly lookinsf to the future. PAULA BAUER Sweetheart of Kappa Sigma 160 ' ' » ' « — - If V V W ■(i i tfJ ii MEMBERS Adamson, Dick Baker, Ralph Brolliar, Tom Cattarius, Bob Crankshaw, Rick Creekmore. John Donovan, Bob EIUs, Jim Freeman, Bob Goodman, Jim Graybeal, Scudder Hamacher, Ted Hardee, Jim Hutchison, Chip Lotz, Harold Perks, Bill Raney, Chris Rogers, Ray Smedley, Ken Smyre, Larry Snively, Dean Timler, Paul Tower. John Troy, Sandy Vyner, Rick Wells, Hal White, Steve Williams, Skip Pi Kappa Alpha i OFFICERS GARY ROTH President ROBERT DeSEAR Vice-President BOB NUNN Secretary FRANK PETERS Treasurer Left to right: Roth, DeSear, Nunn, Peters. Delta Delta Chapter The Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity was founded at the University of Virginia on March 1, 1868. The local chapter, Delta Delta, became national in 1947. The petitioning group to the national fraternity was called Chi Rho. The colors of the fraternity are old gold and garnet. The official flower of the fraternity is the lily-of-the-valley. The Pi Kappa Alpha fiaternity has 138 chapters situated all over the United States. Pi Kappa Alpha has no open motto. However, the fiaternity motto is symbolized in the meaning of the words " Phi Phi K A. " SUE KAPP Sweetheart of Pi Kappa Alpha 162 MEMBERS Beeler, Larry Bi7an, Al Carmichael, Bob Crews, William Darscy, Perry DcSear, Robert Ferguson, Dennis Hall, Don •1 dMm Hock, Cecil Honefenger, Scott Kimbrough, Bob Lam, Bill Larson, Fred McCaffrey, Carter Mcknight, Bob McKnight, James Millen, Frank Nimn. Bob Peters, Frank Quigley, Larry Roth, Gary Wilson, Daniel 163 Pi Kappa Phi OFFICERS BILL DICKS President BRAD KINNEY Secretary BILL ENGEL Treasurer BILL EPMAN Hhtorian Left to right: Edman, Dicks, Engel, Kinney Beta Beta Chapter Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity was founded December 10, 1904, at Charleston College, Charleston, South Caro- lina, and now has 53 active chapters. Beta Beta Chapter was established at Florida Southern College on October 16, 1948. The colors of Pi Kappa Phi are gold and vhite and the flower is the red rose. The spirit of Pi Kappa Phi is summed up in the motto " Nothing shall ever tear us asunder. " BILLIE EAKER Sweetheart of Pi Kappa Phi 164 MEMBERS Adams, Bill Addenbrook, Tom Alderman, Joe Baker, Edwin Baque, Frank Beckman, Bill Ben , Jimmy Brown, Ken Carlton, Happy Dalton, Joe Davis, John Dicks, Bill Ednian, Bill Engel, Bill Hamm, Dale Hunter, Peter Jacobsen, Craig Kelser, Dickson Kinney, Brad Lewison, Al McLaurin, Sandy McLeod, John Moore, Rick Murphy, Paul Myers, Ron Sullivan, John Thorne, David Whitaker, Jim Sigma Alpha Epsilon OFFICERS DAVE SANDBERG President WAYNE TAYLOR Vice-Preside7it DICK HUFF Secretary CHRIS WILLIAMS Treasurer Left to right: Huff, Williams, Taylor, Sandberg. Florida Gamma Chapter Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded on March 9, 1856, at the University of Alabama. The fraternity now has 144 active chapters. Florida Gamma Chapter of SAE was chartered at Florida Southern College on November 12, 1949. The colors of SAE are purple and gold and the spirit of the fraternity is encompassed in the open motto, " Phi Alpha. " BONNIE DONALDSON Sweetheart of Sigma Alpha Epsilon 166 i Q A Jl 1 4 MEMBERS Balser, Dave Bicker, Bill Binder, Jim Clark, Roger Conklin, Robert Croxton. Art Duval, John Edgar, Kenny Gregory, Gary Girardin, Peter Hamelryck, Dave Helton, Bill Holmes, Peter Huff, Richard Jamison, David Johnson, Tom Jones, Terry Kicsel, Hilbert Lee, Bob Kelsey, Dave Mack, Doug Mussolinc, John McGee, Bill Reynolds, Tom Rickerds, Ronald Sandberg, David Savage, Arthur Schindler. Charlie Schwartz, Sam Smith, Stu Stutzman, Duane Tallman, Ben Tiller, Lou VVilUams, Chris Wilson, Rush Sigma Chi I OFFICERS JIM BOWEN President SUNNY ZIMMERMANN Vice-President JOE HADLOVV Secretary DAVE CORNELIUS Treasurer ED MINGLEDORFF Historian BOB CORDARO Social Chairman Seated: Cornelius. Standing: Hadlow. Bowen, Clordaro, Mingledorff. Epsilon Sigma Chapter Sigma Chi was founded in 1855 by seven men at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. It has grown to be a top fraternity with 136 chapters throughout the United States, including Hawaii and Alaska. The Epsilon Sigma chapter was founded at Southern in 1959. The fraternity ' s colors are blue and old gold with the flower, the white rose. This year has exemplified the high ideals of Sigma Chi, and the coming years will reflect the symbolic " White Cross " which ties the common bond of Sigma Chi brotherhood and love. The open motto is " In Hoc Signo Vinces " : " In this sign you shall conquer. " MICHELLE SAVAGE Sweetheart of Sigma Chi 168 41mmi MEMBERS Anthony, Marvin Bowen, Jim Cook, George Cordaro, Bob Comillaud, Larry Council, Pat Deiipree, William Evans. Jim Foote, Tom Hadlow, Joe Ladlow, Fred Maclnnes, Jon McKenzie, Rod Mingledorff, Ed Noonan, Tom Rust, Randy Schlamel, Dick Suavely, Harr)- Suber, Bob Watkinson, Bill Wells, John Wilhelm, Tom Yoder, Gary Voumans, Jim Young, Brig Zimmermann, Sunny Sigma Phi Epsilon ».,!I!;.: s - U ■..;j:r i Left to right: Jenks, Capabianco, Archer, Zinckgraf. OFFICERS RAY ZINCKGRAF President ROCCO CAPABIANCO Secretary FRED ARCHER Treasurer CHARLEY JENKS Recorder Florida Delta Chapter Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded November 1, 1901, at Richmond College in Richmond, Virginia, and now has 168 national chapters. The Florida Delta Chapter was established at Florida Southern College on May 8, 1949. The colors of Sigma Phi Epsilon are purple and red. The flower is the American Beauty Rose. Sigma Phi Epsilon is kno vn as the fraternity with a heart. SUE NEVIN Sweetheart of Sigiria Phi Epsilon 170 : : :;::.:::;:j MEMBERS Adamson, Rick Archer, Fred Barnett, Barney Beasley, Ronald Bennett, John Boecklen, Larry Bowman, Bob Brande. Mike Breeding, Jim Burris, WilHara Capabianco. Rocco Chapin, Jim Davis, Neal Demos, James Ford, Robert Gaiiches, Joe Graves, John Hawkins, Jim Jenks, Charley Kershner, Ed Murphy, Ken Petty, Rich Regan, Dong Ross, Donald W ' ilhelm, Charley Veatts. Jim Zinckgraf, Ray Tau Kappa Epsilon OFFICERS JIM REED President BOB SMITH Vice-President DOUG YOUNG Secretary ERNIE BOSTELMAN Treasurer Left to right: Smith, Young, Reed, Bostelman. Beta Tau Chapter Tail Kappa Epsilon was founded in January of 1899 at Illinois Wesleyan University in Blooming- ton, Illinois. Teke, the largest international frater- nity, has 213 chapters. The Beta Tau chapter at Florida Southern College was chartered in November of 1948, and was the first chapter of TKE in Florida. The colors of Teke are cherry and gray, the flower is the red carnation, and the fraternity jewel is the pearl. KAY ROBINSON Sweetheart of Tau Kappa Epsilon 172 ::::::::;i cs o D o , f! D ,0. : - 9 ' MEMBERS Bailey, Raleigh Barnes, Jim Birdsong, Charles Blount, Toby Bostelman, Ernest Bratsolias, Demo Buzzelli, Jerry Cannon, Chuck Carmel, Frank Cherry, Robert Edinger. Punch Fairbanks, Ken Forthofer, Dave Fuchs, Larry Gould, Bob Honeycutt, Dave Jones, Rick Lee, Richard Loveday, Larry McCormick, Joe Nowlin, Willard Rankin, Dave Reed, Jim Reynolds. Charles Smith, Robert Thibodeau, Pete Wilhelm, Jan Witten, Alan Young, Douglas Tau Epsilon Phi Left to right: Weinstein, Warwick, Bazilian Lt OFFICERS MARC BAZILIAN Presiderit JOHN WARWICK Vice-President JAY WEINSTEIN Secretary PHIL LEMONS Treasurer Tau Rho Chapter Tail Epsilon Phi had its founding at Columbia Uni- versity, New York City, in 1910. Since then it has added 69 active chapters. The Tau Rho Chapter was chartered on the Flori- da Southern College campus on February 10, 1947. The colors of Tau Epsilon Phi are lavender and white. The flower is the lily-of-the-valley, and the open motto is " Teps are Tops. " GINGER WEBSTER Sweetheart of Tau Epsilon Phi 174 : :::::: • % » « • MEMBERS Bazilian, Marc Bruder, Larry Fox, Leo Friedman, Larry Jacobs, Steve Landau, Steve Lemons, Philip Silvers. Ronald Warwick, John Weinstein, Jay 175 Theta Chi OFFICERS JOE COCHOXOUR President STEVE WOODHAM Vice-President DAVIS DRAKE Secretary JIM HAGEDORN Treasurer I Left to rij ht: Di.ikc, Hagedorn, Woodham, Cochonour. Gamma Delta Chapter Theta Chi Fraternity was founded at Norwich Uni- versity in Northfield, Vermont, on April 10, 1856. The Gamma Delta Chapter at Florida Southern Col- lege was chartered on May 4, 1946. It is the oldest brotherhood on campus. Theta Chi now has 133 national chapters. The colors of Theta Chi are red and white. The red carnation is their flower. The motto is " Alma Mater first and Theta Chi for Alma Mater. " GEORGIA LAWRENCE Sweetheart of Theta Clii 176 P f V V J - Jih -A - O MEMBERS Brick, Phil Buie, Archie Carter, Bob Chaboudy, Carl C chonour, Don Cochonour, Joe Dawson, Tom Douglas, John Downey, Bill Drake, Davis Frazier, Jim Gaddis, Dwight Gainer, Monte Gockel, Mark Goodrich, Ernie Hagedom, Jim Jackson, Jim James, Ron Knight, Les Lande, Sam Lee, Jim Lehr, David Logan, Bob MacDonald, Glenn Patterson, Joel Petrone, Mike Potter, Dale Rawls, Benjy Seward, Walt Shinkman, Dave Shrader, Carl Stewart. Jim Swango. Stan Talmadge, Dong Tozour, Dick Watkins, Chuck Watson, David Wilson, Don Woodham, Steve 177 lt: 178 • % 1964 Athletics t if VSSBSiSliXSar.. ' f ' r ' ' «••«• Sometimes we jump into the action ar.d sometimes we just watch and think. Intercollegiate and Sometimes we fumble tlie bull, sometimes we make a bitr score, and all the time we have high spirits. 184 affile : ::::::! VV e always give that little extra effort , Intramural Sports We always concentrate on team action . . especially when ii calls l.n iuni|) because that ' s important. Sometimes our eyes wander off . but mostly we just watch and wait. Inst i;,r.r: Hill 1 Uidur, ).)liii louci, |oliii H, iiih h k. ii |i)hnson, ValIy Wells, Bob I- ' mil, i him (.oodrith, Bruce Kelsey. Second Row: Hill C:h.tv.n, Run S.ibatiiii. Dave Liule, li.ink LiseiiM 1r iik. leny Darby. Joe Giurato. Hob MeO ker, Jim Berry, Charlie Huber. TItird Row: Elliott Goodman, Ken Young, Doug Regan, Jim Veatts, Dave Kelsey. Fred Archer, Dave Thorne, Eric Eisnaugle. Jim Bush Coach Bill Daniels Assisliint Coach Soccer Team Florida Southern ' s Soccer Mocs finished a fine season in the Florida Intercollegiate Conference with a record of five wins and three losses, two of which were to the perennial champions, Miami. Coach Jim Bush and Assistant Coach Bill Daniels drilled the team hard and long in pre-season practice vhich proved beneficial throughout the season. Hit hard by the loss of last year ' s most valuabl e player, Steve Jacobs, and the late season injury to senior Dave Kel- sey, the Mocs received outstanding performances from the entire team. The tremendous crop of talented freshmen played an important role on the team and we can look forward to another great season next year. :::::::: ' Florida Southrni ' s Fen y Darby heads the ball accurately as Bill Chason and Jim Yeatts prepare to move it downfield. All eyes arc iii liic crucial difference. the store makes the Mixed emotions are shown in the pre-game huddle. Florida Soiitliern ' s Soccer Mocs re- ceived outstanding performances from graduating seniors Frank Eisenschenk, Dave Kelsey and Fred Archer. Along with returning let- termen Jim Yeatts, Doug Regan, Ernie Goodrich, Bill Fletcher, John Bennett, and Dave Little, newcom- ers Wally Wells, Ken Johnson, Bob McOsker, Terr y Darby, Elliott Goodman, Bruce Kelsey, Bill Chason and Ron Sabatini gave the Moc hooters a fine season and hopes for an even better one next year. Both friend and foe wait as injuries are taken care of. I wonder where the ball is ask Wally Wells and Bruce Kelsey of Florida Southern and an un- identified Jacksonville player. m ' Dave Shinkman Tom Dawson r45i John Wells 54 Sam Schwartz Tim Eisnaugle Varsity Schedule 1- Dec. 2 Dec. 3 Dec. 9 Dec. 11 Dec. 12 Dec. 16 Dec. 21 Jan. 3- Jan. 7- Jan. 8- Jan. 10- Jan Jan. 14 Jan. 20 Jan. 23 Jan. 25 Jan. 29 Feb. 1 Feb. 4 Feb. 8 Feb. 10 Feb. 12 Feb. 15 Feb. 18 Feb. 24 Feb. 27 -Southwestern College Huntingdon College -University of Tampa -Wofford College -Georgia State ■Catawba College -Tennessee Wesleyan Taylor University Cornell University Colgate University Hobart College University of Toronto Niagara University Rollins College Cimiberland College Jacksonville University Florida Presbyterian University of Miami Stetson University Mercer University Rollins College Stetson University Jacksonville University University of Miami Mercer University University of Tampa Ellis Shaw Joel Ledlow Mike Huber Gail Knappenberger Varsity Basketball 1963-1964 Student hopes for a fine basketball team were realized early in the season this year as the Mocs ran up eight straight victories on their home court before beginning a Northern trip which included games -ivith perennially strong Niagara, Colgate, and Cornell, as well as Hobart a nd the University of Toronto. These early season vic- tories gave the Moccasins national ranking in the small college poll of sportscasters as well as a fine team spirit which was displayed throughout the entire season. Ne v records were set by Tim Eisnaugle and Bobby Bow- man; Tim for the most rebounds in a single season and for the all-time individual scoring record at FSC, Bobby for the most points scored in a single game. Seniors Tom Dawson and Dave Shinkman gave out- standing performances in each game as did John Wells, Joel Ledlow, and ne vcomer Mike Huber. Head Basketball Coach Tom Greene. m ' K 1 r Portrait of a coach at work. Co-captains Dave Shinkman and Tim Eisnaugle. Tim Eisnaugle hooks for two against Stetson. The whistle blows, the ball is up, and action begins for our Basketball Mocs. Sometimes it gets a little crowded under the basket. 190 Alike Huber and Tom Dawson defend against a Stetson press Good rebounding by Stetson helped them to an overtime victory against Southern. liUis Shaw gets off a shot despite some fancy foot- Ivork by a Huntingdon player. Dave Shinkman battles for a rebound in a close game. iG- Everyone is conscious of the time element. 191 The cheerleaders ' spirit is contagious. Tim Eisnaugle makes another rebound on his way to setting a new record. Tom Dawson lays up two points frcn. beneath the basket. The loss of Joel Ledlow, seen here against Huntingdon, was a severe blow. After the game, silence reigns supreme as the rack and balls wait alone. i %%•• • ' •■%•% First Roio: Phil Koerper, Bill Smelt, Bob Dibiccari, Ken Gibson, Eric Eisnaugle, Don Davis. Second Row: Mike Barker, Rick Braswell, Gil Smith, Bob Roadarmel, Terry Oberle. Junior Varsity Basketball Carroll Phillips, Assistant I ' arsity Coach. Jim Andringa, Junior Varsity Coach. 193 Standing left to right: Ingram, McCloud, Nunn, DeSear, Dicks, Hoch, Hamm, Dye. Kneeling: Pearson, coxswain. Varsity Grew With returning lettermen forming the basis for this year ' s oarsmen, crew fans can look forward to another fine year. Again this year we row against excellent teams from Rollins, Jacksonville, American Inter- national College and Tampa. Hopes are high since the team is well balanced and highly experienced. I Bill Daniels, Coach Manager Al Kubicek ' -%•• ♦ Careful balance is maintained at all times as the team boards the shell. Muscles strain as the heavy oars bite into sluggish water. Everyone listens as tlie loxswain gixts last minute information. 195 Standing: Dravecky, Cash, Enstice, Bauer, Sawyer, Shipley, Stewart, Harmon, Brandis, Cleaver, Bowen. Kneeling: Villano, Williams. Junior Varsity Crew The junior varsity crew team, coaciied by veteran oarsman Les Knight, began its season by looking back to last year ' s team vhich lost only one race during the entire season. The new men out this year have the spirit and muscles to easily match that record. Crew fans should see some good action from the junior shell. Les Knight, Junior Varsity Coach. Coach Bill Daniels shouts encouragement to the J.V. team Front Row: Albritton, Murphy, Hock, Hardee, Means, Bates, Durrance, James. Back Row: Okta ec, Fulton, Vyner, Hardy, Lee, Huebner, Aitken, Mayer. Varsity Baseball Assistant Coach Nick Diehm, Head Coach Hal Smeltzly, .Assistant Coach Chuck Anderson. Encouraged by a fine season last year ' hich included victories over Yale, Flor- ida State, University of Florida and Emory as well as Florida Intercollegiate Conference foes Miami, Tampa, Jack- sonville, Stetson, and Rollins, Coach Hal Smeltzly will again depend on a fine de- fense and an excellent pitching staff to capture the F.I.C. title. Retmning lettermen, Ron James and Frank Okta ec, infielders, Cecil Hock and Ken Huebner, pitchers, and catcher big Darrel Fulton appear to be the out- standing performers again this year. Hudgins, Hopgood, Robinson. Managers. 197 ' i ::MSSSBM Ron James Ken Huebner Frank Oktavec Jim Hardee Mar. 7 . Mar. 11 . Mar. 16, 17 Mar. 18, 19 Mar. 25, 26 Mar. 30, 31 Apr. 3, 4 Apr. 10, 11 Apr. 15 . Apr. 17, 18 Apr. 22 . Apr. 24, 25 May 1, 2 VARSITY BASEBALL SCHEDULE University of Florida University of Florida Florida State University Valdosta State College Amherst College Furman College Stetson University Jacksonville University Florida Presbyterian College University of Miami Florida Presbyterian College Rollins College LIniversity of Tampa Cecil Hock Barrel Fulton , A k5S - . . Ki Kale Albritton Tim Bates Buster Hardy Cooper Means Ken Murphy Frank Oktavec catches liis nun al sKDnd and fires to first base for a quick douljlc play. L pop-up catches the eye of a Southern layer as he waits for his turn at the late. ' ' " " ' ' ' " ' I ' Umm ' Bob Lee Buster Hardy cocks his arm for a fast throw to first base. 199 Ron Montgomery Dave Sonenberg Bill Durrance Sitting: Roadarmel, Oberle, Sonenberg. Zampano, Rosenfelder. Staiidlng: Priestly. Gaddis, Sabatini, Montgomery, Seward, Narehood. Varsity Newcomers i The freshmen and transfers who compose this picture will be the future players on the varsity squad. They are carefully watched and coached so that they will be able to carry on the fine tradition of the Baseball Mocs. Their performance on the field also encourages the veterans who enjoy seeing new faces on the diamond. I I Tim Bates comes out of the crouch to back up the infielders. Coach Smeltzly carefully scrutinizes his new players « % ' •«.% « First Row: Rick Crankshaw, Joe Cochonour, Dave Watson, Ralph Baker. Second Row: Bill Lukes, Larry Hale, Ken Hall, John Ahlgren. Our varsity tennis team is again up to the caliber of the previous year ' s. Coach Jim Bush expects a fine showing this year, especially against the Miami Hurricanes, who haven ' t lost a match in the last himdred. Teams like this one form the basis for competition in the always tough conference race and the state matches held each year. Tennis fans will keep their fingers crossed as the Florida Southern netsmen start another season. Varsity Tennis Team Coach Jim Bush Larry Hale demonstrates perfect form in serving. 201 Front Row: Eisenberg, Matheney, Graybeal, Richards, Russell. Second Row: Mr. Waters, Matrc, Ccii.uii, Hcrscy, Grimes, Dorman. Golf Team A new golf director, Mr. Hal Waters, and new faces join veteran team captain Scudder Graybeal as the Link Mocs prepare to face their opponents on the rough Cleveland Heights Course. Outstanding golfers from both Florida schools and northern colleges will be in competition with our men to see whose drive is the longest and whose putt is the surest. Team captain Scudder Graybeal dtmonsti uls pci feet dining form Mr. Hal Waters, Varsity Golf Director. 202 :v;;; ;;;i Men ' s Intramural Board hn ' First Row: Petrone, Gainer, Vyner. Schlamel, Bryan, Sonenberg, DelVecchio. Second Row: Alexander, Edinger, Dye, Roadarmel, Lemons, Hamm. A vell-rollnded intramural program is presented each semester at Florida Southern including volleyball, foot- ball, basketball, and softball as major sports for the men and basketball, Softball, and volleyball as major wom- en ' s sports. It also includes minor sports such as wrestling, tennis, golf, swimming, and many others. The win- ners at the end of the second semes- ter are determined by participation in all sports and total points received. They are a varded trophies at a spe- cial event. Joan Kemp and Charley Matlock, Intramural Directors. Women ' s Intramural Board j First Row: McWhorter, Gnozzio, Hebbard, Schirmer, Graham, Warden, Shy. Second Row: Smith. Harris, Kent, Arnold, Thacker. 203 Volleyball All-Stars Fust Row: Gainer, Hendershot, Wilhelm, Bowman. Second Row: Kcrshner, Andringa, Shinkman, Savage, James. Volleyball action was fast and furious as the teams were battling in the first major sport competition of the year. As the season closed, the top four included Theta Chi, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Sigma Chi and Pi Kappa Alpha. These four teams entered tlie finals and the championship game saw Sigma Phi Epsilon defeat Theta Chi for the trophy. Volleyball Champions r »j» »;»; ? i rc K i y.m M Intramura Kneeling: Zinckgraf, Wilhelm. Standing: Barnett, Kershner, Bowman. Net action in the championship game. 204 Football All-Stars First Row: Brick, Gardner, Fulton, Hawkins. Second Roiv: lliui.iui, NfcKniglu, Smedley, Andringa, Schlamel. flen ' s Sports Oltensivc and dclcnsive plays are carelully observed. Football Champions Discussion of game strategy during a time out huddle First Ruiv: Hall, Lam, Huebner, Honefenger. Second Row. Kim- brough, Bryan, McKnight, DeSear, Roth. Softball Champions Intramural Board Officers. Seated: Lynn Hebbard, vice-president; Sue Schirmer, presi- dent. Standing: Nita Graham, secretary. Women ' s Intramurals Left to right: Thompson, Mclrvin, Yates, Brownell, Greenman, Grange. Women ' s intramurals are becoming a spectator sport this season as most any afternoon you will see a crowd gathered on the Softball diamond or the basketball court to vie v ' the furious action. A good number of interested obser ers are male vhich leads us to believe it ' s just as much fun to watch as it is to participate. The teams competing in each sport are witnesses to the fact that good athletes may also be attractive. Basketball Champions Determined looks often a:et excellent results. Kneeling: Norton, Ward, Whisler. Standing: Hobson, Reid, iMcWhorte;, Beasley. 6 Military Ma8y S S j i4 ' jSry Ja5i !L ' !i a! i : ; ai ra:i;:r ! :j ; ♦ • ' »«.» ' f.. » I J? «i- . ' - ' - " . .; , ' - ' " ' ' % • % • ■. » •••4i ' !;2SaK5S«««Ki!«ffiJi»3!S?:gBM i ♦ • • % •« 211 ■ . jyjtttsnttiB ' ' i LT. COL. ROBERT NEWBERRY 212 i % • ♦ • % % . « 1 Reserve Officers Training Corps Florida Southern ' s R.O.T.C. progiam is part of the United States Army ' s leadership program, and plays an integral part in develop- I ing officers for the Army as well as the nation. It has been in operation since 1952 and has produced over two himdred 2nd . Lieutenants for all branches of the Army. LT. COL. M, CK GIEGER M Sgt. Jefferson P. Holder, . l. Sgt. Juiiii k. Wright. M Sgt. L. B. Barnes, S.F.C. Ira Warren, Sgt. Robert k. . tkisson 213 R.O.T.C. Sponsors The Cadet Battle Group elects fourteen young ladies to serve in the honorary position of Battle group Co-ed Sponsor. These young ladies are chosen not only for their beauty, but also for tlieir desire to participate in a pro- gram designed to enhance prestige and increase esprit de corps and morale of the R.O.T.C. Cadet Battle Group. BARB.A.RA DANNER Battalion Sponsor MADELINE HAGSTROM Deputy Battalion Sponsor MARILYN MITCHELL Staff Sponsor BETTY LANGEORD Staff Sponsor JUDI COOK Headquarters Commandant SUSAN EDDY " A " Company Sponsor PATRICIA CAUGHEY " B " Company Sponsor LINDA J. DERR " C " Company Sponsor MOREE B. BENSON " D " Company Sponsor LINDA G. SUTTON Headquarters Co. Sponsor MARSHA PALMER Honor Guard Sponsor PATTY PARSONS Band Sponsor B. RBARA McDonald Counter Guerrilla Sponsor VIRGINIA LATIMER Rifle Team Sponsor Co-ed Col. Barbara Danner. Co-ed Lt. Col. Madeline Hagstrom First Row: Marsha Palmer, Patty Parsons. Linda Derr, Barbara Danner, Betty Langford, Marilyn Mitchell, Moree Benson. Second Re Pat Caughey, Virginia Latimer, Barbara McDonald, Linda Sutton, Susan Eddy, Judi Cook, Madeline Hagstrom. 214 ; ' ' ■)■♦ %•♦- - - Co-ed Major Marilyn Mitchell, Co-ed Major Betty Langford, Co-ed Major Judi Cook. Co-ed Captain Susan Eddy, Co-ed Captain Patricia Caughey, Co-ed Captain Linda Derr, Co-ed Captain Moree Benson. Co-ed Captain Linda Sutton, Co-ed Captain Marsha Palmer, Co-ed Captain Patty Parsons, Co-ed Captain Barbara McDonald, Co-ed Captain Virginia Latimer. IS SSR ' i ' ieii JiX : ' Officers: Foregiouiid: Adams. Dawson. First Row: Hill, Lukes. Johnson, Thornton. Zampano. Caracu zo, DclWdhio, Hall, Klinedinst, Warehood, Coleman, Adamson. Second Row: Talmadge, Barlow, Eisnaugle, Clark, Helwig, Geiger, Allen, Guthrie, Carlan, Wolfinger, Addair. Third Row: Jacobson, Bassler, Young, Dye, Broocke, Braswell, Gumtow, Murphy, Cash, Vogelsang. I Counter Guerrilla Corps Honor Guard Officers: A iee »g; Jones, Young. Carlton. r,s; ?oni: Short. Honeycutt, Shipley, Matre, Belt, Johnson, Saunders, Preston, Mingledorff, Remington, Gaines, Souzon, Chapin. Scrond Row: Keithly. Baque, McLaurin, McCollum, Huebner, Weeks, Dravecky, McGinnis, Hull, Moore, Robinson, Giurato. Third Row: Hunter, Cleaver, Freeman, Skidmore, Rogers, Vayo, Deupree, Hardee, Villano, Cairnes, Leer, Davis. ,. ■ ' •. ' ■. ' •■ • • ■ • CADET COL. ROBER r BODDKN RIFLE TEAM. First Row: M Sgt. John K. Wright Jr., instructor; Register. Kerr, Hovey, Kesler, Kopp, Womble. Second Rotu: Watkinson, Council, Harrison, Whitehurst, Rowe. Coeds compete for coed sponsor positions. mm- ' Cadre Seated: Lt. Col. Robert H. Newberry, PMS. Left to right: Cadet Col. Robert Bodden, Major Charles Gisler, Major David Kelsey, Major Thomas Reynolds, Lt. Col. Robert Kimbrough, Major Charles Huber, 1st. Lt. Harvey Manning Jr. 217 Above Right: Co-ed Sponsor Elections Above: Map reading practice. Right: Cadre inspection. R.O.T.C. Band First Roxc: Mussoline, McGill, Goetz, Aker, Spencer, Norcross, Longo, Miller, Barnes, Parsons, Kerr. Second Row: Brown, Goodman, Nixon, Boutwell, Reinhold, Fretwell, Harris, Watson, Hoch, Silvers, Lam. Third Row: Barber, Cloyd, Dissinger, Hunsucker, Donovan, Stephens, Owens, Carmel, Hopgood, Pearson. 218 1964 s4? fjix ifcri ' eSja i-sS Administration safA ' f7;i-MmK J U«H i MHHiM i TTi. ' !M im ii«iii»wBaaiesa " - ■ ' vrprriirri n nniiimnrnmii e ' tHv ? r : •-.-s . i ' : •i . ■i!- I i % ' • « % .4. . » . » . » si ' -m _iiiiftll!iiftfi|iiisiiiwii(i ' " ' CHARLES TINSLEY THRIFT, JR. PRESIDENT Florida Southern ' s meteoric rise to stature as one of the South ' s finer academic institutions is to the credit of the effort and labor of President Charles T. Thrift, Jr. He has tra ' elled the equivalent of five times around the vorld in the last seven years, searching out strong faculty members, scholars for students, and dollars to continue the college ' s growth. 223 The Board Of Trustees OFFICERS H. E. WOLFE Chairman E. J. PENDERGR. SS .... Vice-Chairman HARRIS G. SIMS Secretary E. C. McCLURG Treasurer R. L. Allen W. J. Barritt, Jr. R. H. Berg W. S. Bozeman P. M. Boyd Mrs. T. G. Buckner C. M. Cotton J. H. Daniel L. Day Edge George A. Foster J. R. Graves Spessard L. Holland R. C. Holmes Gaylon L. Howe J. Velma Keen E. C. McClurg Glenn McCormick J. M. McLeod E. J. Pendergrass J. Carlisle Rogers John J. Rooks Mrs. E. T. Roux Harris G. Sims Angus Sumner Campbell Thornal Mrs. David R. Thurman Warren W. Willis H. E. Wolfe G. Floyd Zimmermann J. BIRNEY GROSS Assistant to the President, Academic Affairs DAVID L. READDICK Assistant to the President, Business Affairs ERNEST L. SNODGRASS Assistant to the President CORNING F. TOLLE Director, Community and Alumni Affairs i, .% « • • ' «.«•« Herbert S. Chase Vice President, Institutional Development Phillip R. Campbell Dean of Students Louise Oween Sumner Librarian Frank P. Szabo Director of Men Hattie L. Eicholtz Dean of Wo7neii William B. Mundy Director of Counseling for Admissions George W. Baxter. Jr. Assistant Dean and Resistrar Richard R. Burnette Coordinator, Institutional Research and Testing 227 J. Howard Carlson Director of Fina?ice Dennis R. DeLacure Chaplain Carol M. Esau Director of Admissions O. B. Fanning Director of Neius Bureau Francis E. Poland Director of Department of Alumni Affairs I Nancy L. Ford Executive Secretary, Financial Aid Committee Thomas H. Greene Director of Intercollegiate Athletics William O. Johnson, Jr. Admissions Counselor Francis L. Luce Administrative Assistant, Academic Affairs 228 Robert MacGowan Dean, Annie Pfeiffer Chapel 1 Ben H. McConnell, M.D. Director of Medical Services Ida p. Moody Assistant Director of Placement Bureau Lt. Col. Robert H. Newberry Commanding Officer of R.O.T.C. James Gordon Ogden, Jr. Director of Special Seiuices Virginia Love Point Cashier and Acting Bursar Janet D. Scott Administrative Assistant, Business Affairs Harold Waters Director of Publications Roger K. Wilde Assistant Dean of Students William Paul Wille College Photographer 229 DEDICATION POET, TEACHER. HISTORIAN In tribute to his devotion to our College and for his unflagging dedication to the patient improvement of young minds in the appreciation of the aesthetic. The Interlachen staff has dedicated this 1964 yearbook to Mr. George Hor- nell Morris, poet, teacher, and historian. May his efforts to light bright beacons for oiu " future ahvays be remem- bered and appreciated. GEORGE HORNELL MORRIS t ' 4 % % % ' %-% 4 imr -i - ' « • « Yes, as a matter of fact I DO have 70 matching tie clasps! Arc you kidding me?? A thoughtful pause. " . . . Now about these water fights in Wesley Professors relax between classes. Hall . . . ' • Robert H. Akerman History Kenneth C. Anderson Music Paul Arnolds-Patron Business Administration Downing Barnitz Art Richard R. Burnette Psychology James O. Bush Physical Education Frederick W. Block Mathematics Otye B. Bly Library Laura N. Clyatt Business Administration James Marvin Cook Mathematics Thomas Brierley Music Lucille G. Bunn Home Economics John W. Cook Religion Banton S. Doak Industrial Arts Ray C. Dudley Music Louise Eastwood Library 233 » ♦ Marie Gouker Library Thomas H. Greene Physical Education Robert V. Guthrie Sociology Ada p. Hamelrvck Spanish Charles F. Eickenberg Biology Thelma H. Ellison Home Economics Emily S. Hancock Business Administration Sylvia S. Hardaway Psychology Howard M. Field Biology D. W. Floberg Business Administration HoRNELL Hart Sociology Nelson M. Hoffman, Jr. History John B. Funderburg, Jr. Biology Mack Gieger Military Science Margaret L. Gilbert Biology Yvonne Goldsborough French ♦ • • • ♦ • % « Douglas T. Holden Religion A. Jack Houts Music CaRLA J. HUDDLESTON Biology J. Edwin Hutchman Cheinistry Juliana Jordan German Joan Kemp Physical Education Mildred S. Ibberson Speech Hsiao H. Jen Library Edward C. Knippers Business Administration Chester F. Lav Business Administration Agnes B. Johnson English Edward R. Johnson History William R. Linneman English Durward Long History and Government ik Thomas Darwin Milligan Education Russell G. McRae Art Mary Ruth Miller English George H. Morris History John R. Lott English S amuel W. Luce Physical Education Anthony Q. Mustoe Mathematics Robert H. Newberry Military Science William R. Lyle Citrus Thomas B. Mack Citrus J. Gordon Ogden, Jr. Education Ann C. Peyton English Charley C. Matlock Physical Education Welborn L. Matthews Military Science Anne Mayrose Physical Education James McCloskey Physics 236 Sara C. Piatt Home Economics Charles H. Raynor Mathematics W. Paschal Reeves, Jr. English George G. Robinson Physical Science Earl D. Smith Chemistry Esther G. Smith English Madame Anne Roselle Music John R. Sandbach Spanish Ernest L. Snodcrass Humanities Julia W. Snook Education Max J. Selig Business Administration Harold M. Smeltzly Physical Education Grace L. Snyder Religion William H. Spivey Music Wilmer D. Stewart Military Science Donna Stoddard Art 237 Roma Yankee Weaver Physical Education Billy J. Williams Education Sue M. Winston Economics Melvin E. Wooton, Jr Drama Wilson E. Strand History Louise Oween Sumner Library Robert L. Zimmerman English Katherine p. Tarwater Library Louise Templeton Business Administration Ronald P. Trimm Industrial Arts Thomas H. Tyler Director of Remedial Instruction Harold Waters Journalism Bernice E. Weiskirch French v: t:::::,:::; i 1964 Glasses m w m - UIH IK g g ■, JWl§-» - - ' ■ .% .4 . ■■ - ' Vi ■ TT ' R _V ' f i " ' ' ■ : % V. till ««.»%• • ' •.» ' THE SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS RICK CRANKSHAW President DAVEKELSEY Vice-President BARBARA DANNER Secretary-Treasurer Crankshaw, Banner, Kelsey. 243 SENIORS 1964 RICHARD MAURICE ADAMSON Lakeland, Fla. A.B., Economics Kappa Sigma. FRANCES DILLARD ANDERSON Lakeland, Fla. A.B., English DOROTHY ANN ALBRECHT Vero Beach, Fla. B.S., Business Administration Chi Alpha. ELLIS KALE ALBRITTON Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Physical Education JOSEPH MICHAEL ALDERMAN Pahokee, Fla. B.S., Business Administration Pi Kappa Phi. ANN COLLIER ALEXANDER Coral Gables, Fla. A.B., Religious Education Southernettes, WSGA, Junior Adviser, Cap and Gown, Sigma Rho Epsilon, MSM. JEANNETTE B. ANDERSON Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Accounting JUDITH LEE ANDERSON Lakeland, Fla. A.B., Psychology Sigma Sigma Sigma, Junior Adviser, Panhellenic, Cap and Gown, Psi Chi, Women ' s Intra- mural Board. KELLY ANDERSON Glenview, 111. B.S., Home Economics Sigma Sigma Sigma, SGA, Greek Hall of Fame, Kappa Pi, Home Economics Club, Political Union. FREDERICK JAMES ARCHER St. Petersburg, Fla. B.S., Accounting Sigma Phi Epsilon, Delta Sigma Pi, Accounting Club, Soccer Team. JAMES WILLIAM ALEXANDER Jacksonville, Fla. B.S., Business Administration Kappa Alpha, Men ' s Intramural Board. GAIL ELISABETH ARENS Orlando, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Beta Beta Beta, SFE.A, ROTC Coed Sponsor. d i « % % ' • • • . • SANDRA SEVER ARNOLD Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Home Economics Home Economics Club. WILLIAM S. BLAKEMAN Lakeland, Fla. . B.S., Business Administration j LLOYD RICHARD BAGGETT, JR. Pleasantville, N. Y. B.S., Industrial Arts Sigma Chi. SALLIE LOUISA BATSON Greenville, S. C. A.B., Journalism Delta Zeta, Senate, Pi Delta Epsilon, Political Union, Editor of The Southern. MARC LEWIS BAZILIAN West Hartford, Conn. B.S., Business Administration Tau Epsilon Phi, MSGA, In- terfratemity Council, Greek Hall of Fame, Jewish Student Government Association, Men ' s Intramurals. LARRY LEE BEELER Morris, 111. B.S., Industrial Arts Pi Kappa Alpha, Industrial Arts Club. J ROBERT TRACEY BODDEN Tampa, Fla. B.S., Accounting Kappa Sigma, Accounting Club, Senior ROTC. DOROTHY JOAN BOULWARE Orange Park, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Zeta Tau Alpha, Concert Choir, SFEA. JAMES DEAN BOWEN Normal, 111. B.S., Business Administration Sigma Chi, Interfratemity Coun- cil. SHARON WHEATLEY BOWERS Westminster, Md. AM., Speech and Drama Zeta Tau Alpha, Alpha Omega, Vagabonds, MSM. MOREE BEVERLY BENSON Wabasso, Fla. B.S., Home Economics Alpha Delta Pi, Home Eco- nomics Club, ROTC Coed Sponsor. DEMOSTHENES BRATSOLIAS Evanston, 111. A.B., Sociology Tau Delta Kappa. SENIORS . . . 1964 ELIZABETH ANNE BRILES Asheboro, N. C. B.S., Journalism Phi Mu. JAMES ANTHONY BRYANT Southampton, N. Y. B.S., Economics Phi Sigma Kappa. BRENDA CLAIRE BRITT Winter Park, Fla. B.S., Home Economics Kappa Delta, Home Economics Club. CHARLES THOMAS BROLLIAR Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. B.S., Accounting Kappa Sigma, Residence Hall Adviser, Accounting Club, Circle " K " Club, Men ' s Intramurals. GERALD BROWN Maidand, Fla. B.S., Citrus PETER VAN BROWNE Miami Springs, Fla. B.S., Biology American Chemical Society, Crew. MARVIN GLENN BUCKNER Plant City, Fla. A.B., Religion JACOB C. CAFLISCH, JR. Sarasota, Fla. A.B., English Sigma Tau Delta, International Club. JEAN TANGORA CARLL Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education DONALD RAY CARR Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Business Administration Theta Chi, SFEA. ELLIOT LAWRENCE BRUDER Clearwater, Fla. A.B., Speech Tau Epsilon Phi, Vagabonds, Jewish Student Government As- sociation. LACRETIA DEWEESE CATHEY Tampa, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Phi Mu, SFEA, MSM. 2m it « ' .» %•»• ' • % ROBERT ADOLPH CATTARIUS Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Economics Kappa Sigma, MSGA, Inter- fraternity Council, Greek Week Committee Chairman, Greek Hall of Fame, Delta Sigma Pi, Circle " K " Club, Men ' s Intra- murals. JUDITH HENDERSON COOK Huntington, W. Va. AM., Speech and Drama Alpha Delta Pi, Senate, Cap and Gown, Sigma Rho Epsilon, Political Union, SFEA, ROTC Coed Sponsor. CAROL FLORENCE CAUDLE Boonville, N. C. B.S., Biology Southernettes, Cap and Gown, Beta Beta Beta, American Chem- ical Society, Florida Academy of Science, BSU. BARBARA SUE CLARK Aiken, S. C. B.S., Home Economics Delta Zeta, WSGA. DENVER DOUGLAS CLEVVIS West Palm Beach, Fla. A.B., Psychology MSM. JOE CLARK COCHONOUR Casey, 111. B.S., Economics Theta Chi. Interfratemity Coun- cil, Men ' s Intramurals. DONNA JEAN CORNEA Lakeland, Fla. A.B., Sociology Chi Alpha. LARRY W. CORNILLAUD Lake Worth, Fla. B.S., Biology Sigma Chi. RICHARD LLO " iD CRANKSHAW Dunedin, Fla. A.B., Psychology Kappa Sigma, Supreme Court, Senior Class President, ODK, Circle " K " Club, Political Union. JON DUNLAP CURRIER Bartow, Fla. A.B., Political Science ROBERT G. CONKLIN Chicago, 111. B.S., Business Administration Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Delta Sigma Pi. HELENE ANN CUSHMAN Utica, N. Y. B.S., Elementary Education Alpha Gamma Delta, Kappa Pi. 247 SENIORS 1964 BARBARA LOU DANNER Boynton Beach, Fla. B.S., Psychology Alpha Delta Pi, Secretary- Treasurer of Senior Class, Beta Beta Beta, Florida Academy of Science. VERENE LUCRETIA DECUERS Jacksonville, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Zeta Tau Alpha, Junior Ad- viser, Panhellenic, Vagabonds, UCCF. BARBARA B. DAVIDSON Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education SFEA. JOHN DIXON DAVIS Gainesville, Fla. B.S., Industrial Arts Pi Kappa Phi. JUDITH ANNE DAVIS Factoryville, Pa. B.S., Elementary Education Delta Zeta. LAWTON ALLAN DAVIS, III Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Chemistry CAROLYN E. DEMPSEY Clearwater, Fla. A.B., Spanish Alpha Chi Omega. JAMES DAVID DERAMUS Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education t LINDA JE. N DERR South Miami, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Alpha Chi Omega, SFEA, ROTC Coed Sponsor. ESTHER ELAINE DeYOUNG Winter Haven, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education RICHARD THOMAS DAWSON Indianapolis, Ind. B.S., Business Administration Theta Chi, Varsity Basketball. WILLIAM WHITTIER DICKS Orlando, Fla. B.S., Mathematics Pi Kappa Phi, Crew Team. 248 . , - ,- - . • % PAULA Z. DIETRICHS Tampa, Fla. A. B., English CECELIA BRAREN DRURY Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education SFEA. J SHELLY SPARKS DOBBS New Smyrna Beach, Fla. B.S., Home Economics Education Alpha Gamma Delta, Cap and Gown, Sigma Rho Epsilon, Home Economics Club, SFEA, BSU. CAROLYN E. DONALDSON Chagrin Falls. Ohio B.S., Elementary Education Alpha Delta Pi. Panhellenic, SFEA. MARGARET ANN DONNELLY Orlando, Fla. A.B., English Alpha Omicron Pi, Jr. Pan- hellenic, Social Standards Com- mittee, Psi Chi. WILLIAM H. DOPPELHEUER Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Business Administration Kappa Sigma. ■ l DONALD HOWARD DRURY Femandina Beach, Fla. B.S., Biology Kappa Sigma, Beta Beta Beta. LORRAINE LILLIAN DUNCAN Winter Haven, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education MARY STELLA DUNSON Winter Haven, Fla. B.S., Physical Education Phi Epsilon Mu. GALA ELAINE DURRANCE Lake Placid, Fla. A.B., Spanish JOHN EDGAR DOUGLAS Oblong, 111. B.S., Economics Theta Chi, MSGA, Political Union. THOMAS GERALD DURRANCE Lake Placid, Fla. B.S.. Citrus Citrus Club, Soil Conservation Society. SENIORS 1964 JOHN JOSEPH DUVAL Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Journalism Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Pi Delta Epsilon. LINDA RAE ELDREDGE Ft. Myers, Fla. B.S., Biology Phi Mu, Beta Beta Beta, MSM. JOHN BYRON EAMES Littleton, N. H. B.S., Business Administration Residence Hall Adviser, Circle " K " Club, Golf Team. SUSAN MARY EDDY Naples, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Alpha Chi Omega, Beta Beta Beta, SFEA, Cheerleader. KENNETH ELMER EDGAR Cambridge, Md. B.S., Physical Education MSGA, Phi Epsilon Mu. THERESA ELLEN EGGEN Vero Beach, Fla. B.S., Business Administration Zeta Tau Alpha, WSGA, SFEA, UCCF. MAXWELL CHARLES ELLIOTT New Smyrna Beach, Fla. B.S., Psychology BARBARA SUE ELLIS Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Home Economics WILLIAM ELMER ENGEL Lakeland, Fla. A.B., Business Administration Pi Kappa Phi. ELLEN M. ESTABROOK Waltham, Mass. B.S., Business Administration Delta Zeta, American Guild of Organists, Bowling League. FRANK EISENSCHENK Winter Haven, Fla. B.S., Citrus Citrus Club, International Club, Soil Conservation Society, Soc- cer Team. PATSY EVANS Lakeland, Fla. A. B., Religious Education and Sociology Sigma Rho Epsilon, Interna- tional Club, MSM. 250 ♦ .•%•% • % SHARON JOY FAIN Ocoee, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Phi Mu, SFEA. JOAN CAROLE FLINT Randolph, Vt. A.B., Histoiy Chi Alpha, Concert Choir, International Club. WILLIAM R. FANNIN, JR. Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Psychology Psi Chi, Vagabonds, BSU. JANET MARGARET FERRAN Daytona Beach, Fla. A.B., English Alpha Delta Pi, Panhellenic. HARRIET CLAIRE FETHER Immokalee, Fla. A.B., English SFEA, MSM. ROBERT MILTON FISCHER Tampa, Fla. A.B., Political Science Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Residence Hall Adviser. THOMAS MARTIN FOOTE Bensenville, III. B.S., Business Administration Sigma Chi, Golf Team. NANCY R. FOSTER Mathews, Va. A.B.,Art SFEA, Vagabonds, BSU. JAMES MONROE FRAZIER Ft. Myers, Fla. A.B., Social Science Theta Chi, Alpha Psi Omega, Political Union, Vagabonds, SFEA, Interlachen Staff. WILLIAM MONTE GAINER Ft. Thomas, Ky. B.S., Business Administration Theta Chi, Men ' s Intramurals. JAMES ARTHUR FISHER Takoma Park, Md. A.B., History SGA, Pi Gamma Mu, Circle " K " Club. International Club, Politi- cal Union, SFEA, Soccer. MARTHA JANE CENTER Daytona Beach, Fla. A.B., English Zeta Tau Alpha, Panhellenic, Greek Hall of Fame, SFEA. SENIORS 1964 FRANKLIN VINCENT GEORGE Webster, Fla. A.B., Religion MARK WARREN GOCKEL Pompano Beach, Fla. B.S., Economics Theta Chi, Men ' s Intramurals. JOHN B. GILLMAN Plant City, Fla. B.S., Accounting GEORGIA ANN GINGRICH Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Chi Alpha, SFEA. PETER LOUIS GIRARDIN Ft. Myers, Fla. B.S., Accounting Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Account- ing Club. RICHARD GEORGE GITELES Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Biology MARTHA KAY GODWIN Jonesboro, Ga. A.B., Sociology JOAN MARIE GOLLIDAY Sykesville, Md. B.S., Mathematics WSGA, SFEA. DONYA DEE GRAN Miami, Fla. B.S., Elementaiy Education Alpha Gamma Delta, SFEA, MSM. GAIL WARREN GRANGE Annandale, Va. A.B., Sociology Kappa Delta. Orientation Group Leader, Miss Molly, Psi Chi, Interlachen Staff, Political Union, MSM. MARILYN DEE GOBEN Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Business Administration Alpha Mu Sigma. JOHN CALVIN GRAVES, II Miami, Fla. B.S., Business Administration Sigma Phi Epsilon, Account- ing Club, American Chemical Society. jiUitd SCUDDER GRAYBEAL West Hartford, Conn. A.B., Sociolo Kappa Sigma, Golf Team. THOMAS ORVILLE HAND Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Mathematics Concert Band. ELOISE GROFF Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education CECILIA MITZIE GUIZZETTI Orlando, Fla. B.S., Home Economics Kappa Delta, Home Economics Club. MARVIN DEWEY GUNNELLS Jacksonville. Fla. B.S., Business Administration JOSEPH LAWRENCE HADLOW Orlando, Fla. B.S., Business Administration Sigma Chi. JAMES WILSON HARDEE Plant City, Fla. B.S., Citrus Kappa Sigma, Jlitrus Club, Soil Conservation Society, Vars- ity Baseball Team. BARBARA BURNS HARSHMAN Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Business Administration WALTER EDWARD HARSHMAN Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Business Administration Citrus Club, Soil Conservation Society. CYNTHIA ANNETTE HAWKINS Daytona Beach, Fla. A.B., English Alpha Gamma Delta, Psi Chi, SFEA. MADELINE HAGSTROM Pierson, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Alpha Delta Pi, SGA Secre- tary, WSGA, SUSG. Delegate, Panhellenic, Orientation Group Leader, Greek Week Committee, Political Union, SFEA. ROTC Coed Sponsor, Cheerleader. DIANA JOY HAYNES Sanford, Fla. B.S., Elementary Educatior Phi Mu, SFEA. 253 SENIORS 1964 MARLEN KAY HEARN Miami Springs, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Psi Chi, SFEA. PRICE DEVARD HOWARD Auburndale, Fla. B.S., Accounting YVONNE ELAINE HEATH Dania, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Alpha Gamma Delta, SFEA. BETTY JONALYN HILL Nokomis, Fla. A.B., Music Education Music Educators Conference, Opera Guild Workshop, SFEA. CECIL RAYMOND HOCK Lake Alfred, Fla. B.S., Business Administration Pi Kappa Alpha, Varsity Base- ball Team. GENIE CAROL HOOKS Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Sigma Sigma Sigma, WSGA, SFEA, ROTC Coed Sponsor. RALPH TURNER HOWARD Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Business Administration MARIE LOUISE HOWELL Panama City, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Alpha Delta Pi, Sigma Rho Epsilon, SFEA, MSM. LUCIENNE HUBBELL Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Chi Alpha, SFEA. CHARLES MANDELIN HUBER St. Petersburg, Fla. B.S., Business Administration Phi Sigma Kappa, MSGA, IFC, Delta Sigma Pi, Sr. ROTC, Soccer Team. WILLIAM JAMES HOOVER Pompano Beach, Fla. B.S., Business Admitiistration MSGA. GEORGE W. HUBMAIER Orlando, Fla. B.S., Accounting 254 THOMAS AARON HUGGART Bartow, Fla. AM., History BEATRICE JUNE HULSE Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education STEWART C. HUTCHISON, JR- Joliet, III. B.S., Business Administration Kappa Sigma, DDK, Delta Sigma Pi, Circle " K " Club. WILLIAM RONALD JAMES Rossville, Ga. A.B., History Theta Chi, Baseball Team, Basketball Team, Men ' s Intra- murals. DAN AUGMUND JENKINS Jacksonville, Fla. B.S., Business Administration Kappa Alpha. LARRY ROSS JOHNSON Sebiing, Fla. B.S., Business Administration JOSEPH STUART JOHNSTON Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Business Administration Radio Club. i l ' U SAMUEL RICHARD JONES, JR. Orlando, Fla. B.S., Business Administration Tau Delta Kappa, SGA, Honor Guard. DOROTHY LOUISE JUNKIN Lakeland, Fla. A.B., English GAIL SCHAFMAN KAPLAN Lakeland, Fla. A.B., Elementary Education SFEA, Jewish Student Govern- ment Association. ROBERT HENRY KASTEN Zeeland, Mich. B.S., Business Administration THOMAS JAMES KEENAN McHenry, 111. B.S., Business Administration Pi Kappa Alpha. SENIORS 1964 STEWART C. KELLNER Watcrtown, N. Y. A.B., Psychology Sigma Chi. DOROTHY LILLIAN KIESEL Ft. Myers, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education WSGA, Psi Chi, SFEA, Vaga- bonds, BSU. DAVID BURNHAM KELSEY Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Business Administration Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Delta Sigma Pi, Rifle Team, Soccer Team. Ji. J , M I J JUDITH GREEN KELSEY Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Home Economics Alpha Delta Pi, Junior Adviser, Home Economics Club. GEORGE ELLIS KERRICK Lakeland, Fla. AM., English Phi Mu Alpha, Sigma Tau Delta. GUY EDWARD KERSHNER, JR Montpelier, Ind. B.S., Physical Education Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Epsilon Mu, Varsity Basketball Team. TERRY LORRAINE KILLOUGH Lakeland. Fla. A.B. English Alpha Omicron Pi, SFEA, MSM. CHARLES NICHOLAS KINSEY Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Chemistry American Chemical Society, Florida Academy of Sciences, MSM. EDITH LYNN KLEIN Lakeland, Fla. A.B., Music Education Concert Band, Concert Choir, Music Educators Conference, SFEA. JOSEPH DONALD KONCILJA Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Business Administration Delta Sigma Pi. PHYLLIS ANN KETCHAM Amityville, N. Y. B.S., Elementary Education SFEA. JANET SUE LACHENMYER Jacksonville, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Zeta Tau Alpha, Interlachen Staff, SFEA. FREDERICK W. LADLOW Hamden, Conn. B.S., Psychology Sigma Chi. E. RICHARD LEE Melbourne, Fla. AM., Religion Tau Delta Kappa. SAMUEL GIFFORD LANDE Jacksonville, Fla. B.S., Economics Theta Chi. ELIZABETH LANGFORD Jacksonville, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Kappa Delta, SFEA, ROTC Coed Sponsor. ALFRED CARL LARSON Drexel Hill, Pa. B.S., Economics Pi Kappa Alpha, SGA, Politi- cal Union. ROBERTA WHIPPLE LATINI Lakeland. Fla. B.S., Special Education NORMA KAY LEEDS Opa-locka, Fla. AM., Religious Education Southemettes, Cap and Gown, Sigma Rho Epsilon, MSM. JOYCE ANN LEHMAN Charlotte, N. C. A.B., Sociology Alpha Gamma Delta. Supreme Court, Junior Adviser, Panhel- lenic. Cap and Gown, Greek Hall of Fame, Pi Gamma Mu, Psi Chi, MSM. ALLEN STANLEY LEWISON Oregon, 111. B.S., Business Administration Pi Kappa Phi, Intcrfratemity Council. Phi Mu Alpha, Con- cert Choir. JANET CAROLE LOCKHART Winter Haven, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education SFEA. RUTH LYON L.AWRENCE Ft. Myers, Fla. A.B., English and Psychology Kappa Delta, Supreme Court, Panhellenic, Greek Week Com- mittee, Cap and Gown, Greek Hall of Fame, Beta Beta Beta. Psi Chi, Sigma Tau Delta, English Junior Fellow. ROBERT HENRY LOGAN Huntington, N. Y. B.S., Business Administration Theta Chi. 257 SENIORS 1964 LAWRENCE JOHN LOVEDAY Plantation, Fla. A.B., History Tau Delta Kappa, MSGA, Phi Mu Alpha, Concert Band, Con- cert Choir, Gamma Sigma Chi, MSM. RAYMON LEE McGINNIS Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Business Administration BARBARA LUELYN LOWRY Winter Park, Fla. AM., Mathematics Alpha Gamma Delta, MSM. BARBARA JEAN LUPO Ft. Myers, Fla. B.S., Biology Phi Mu, Beta Beta Beta, MSM. FRANCES LORENE LYNCH Jacksonville, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Alpha Psi Omega, SFEA, Vaga- bonds. JON NORMAN MacINNES Winter Garden, Fla. B.S., Business Administration Sigma Chi. MARILYN FRANCES McNEES Ft. Pierce, Fla. B.S., Home Economics Home Economics Club, Intra- murals. DOUGLAS ARTHUR MACK Miami, Fla. B.S., Industrial Arts Sigma Alpha Epsilon, MSGA President. Senate, Industrial Arts Club, Political Union, ROTC. HARVEY DAVIS MANNING, JR. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. B.S., Business Administration ROTC, Inter-Faith Council, UCCF. JIM CARLTON MARSH Ft. Meade, Fla. B.S., Busiriess Administration JOSEPH B. Mccormick Georgetown, Ind. B.S., Chemistry, Mathematics Tau Delta Kappa, Supreme Court, ODK, American Chemi- cal Society. MELANIE RUTH M. THIS Orlando, Fla. A.B., English and History Sigma Sigma Sigma, Cap and Gown, Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Delta Epsilon, Pi Gamma Mu, Sigma Tau Delta, International Club, SFEA, MSM, Interlachen Staff. - «„ ANNA MAXWELL Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Elemental Edit VIRGINIA FRANCES MOORE Haines City, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education DENNIS JOE MICHAEL Jupiter, Fla. A.B., Art WILLIAM G. MILLER, JR. Monticello, Fla. B.S., Business Administration Lambda Chi Alpha, Delta Sigma Pi. MARILYN F. MITCHELL Auburndale, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Phi Mu, Senate, Panhellenic, Greek Hall of Fame, Political Union, SFEA, ROTC Coed Sponsor, MSM. PHILLIP EDWIN MOFFSES Orlando, Fla. B.S., Biology Beta Beta Beta, Florida Acad- emy of Sciences. DIANE MORRIS Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. AJi., Sociology, Spanish WSGA, SFEA, Canterbury Club. KAREN SUE MORRIS Pompano Beach, Fla. A.B., English SFEA, MSM. MATTIE HALL MUNDY Bartow, Fla. B.S., Secondary Education Delta Zeta, Psi Chi, SFEA. ROBERT JAMES MURPHY Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Business Administration Kappa Sigma, Delta Sigma Pi. BETHANY JENELLE MOORE Haines City, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Kappa Delta Pi, SFEA. JENNINGS A. NEELD, JR. Dover, Fla. A.B., Religion 259 SENIORS . . . 1964 ROY LUNDELL NELSON Lakeland, Fla. AJi., Religion Pi Kappa Phi. JOHN R. NEWBOLD, JR. Crescent City, Fla. B.S., Citrus Kappa Alpha. Citrus Club, Soil Conservation Society. CAROLINE NEWCOMBE Winter Haven, Fla. B.S., Natural Science BRUCE KENNETH NEWELL Lakeland, Fla. A.B., Economics Kappa Sigma, SGA, Political Union. PAULA LOUISE NEWHOUSE Key West, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Delta Zeta, SFEA, Vagabonds. THOMAS KENNETH ODADZIN Lakeland, Fla. A.B., Music Education Phi Mu Alpha, Concert Band. JAMES EMMETT PALMER, Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Industrial Arts ERNEST PECK Lakeland, Fla. A.B., English WILLIAM T. PERKS, III Havertown, Pa. B.S., Business Administration Kappa Sigma, Delta Sigma Pi. MAURICE LAYTON PHILLIPS Jacksonville, Fla. B.S., Business Administration Delta Sigma Pi. WILLARD I. NOWLIN, JR. Mobile, Ala. A.B., Sociology CHARLES E. PIETERSZ Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Accoutiting Pi Kappa Phi, MSGA, Delta Sigma Pi, Accounting Club, Soccer Team. 260 CAROLE MARIE POLE Hazlet, N. J. A.B., Journalism Alpha Gamma Delta, Pi Delta Epsilon. JAMES CROFT REED Fulton, Ky. B.S., Biologs ' Tau Delta Kappa, Beta Beta Beta, American Chemical So- ciety, Florida Academy of Science. CAROLYN WARREN PRICE Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Alpha Delta Pi, Supreme Court, Junior Adviser, Cap and Gown, Greek Hall of Fame, Kappa Delta Pi, Concert Choir, Politi- cal Union, SFEA. WILLIAM L. QUIGLEY Tampa, Fla. B.S., Music Education Pi Kappa Alpha, SFEA. BSU, Men ' s Intramural Board, Phi Mu Alpha, Kappa Pi. WINSTON CHRIS RANEY Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Business Administration Kappa Sigma, Delta Sigma Pi. JOHN TIMOTHY RANKIN Bartow, Fla. B.S., Citrus Citrus Club, Soil Conservation Society. ELIZABETH M. REID West Palm Beach, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Kappa Delta. MELINDA CHARITY REISNER Milwaukee, Wis. B.S., English .Alpha Omicron Pi. THOMAS ALFRED REYNOLDS Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Business Administration Sigma Alpha Epsilon, SGA, Interfraternity Council, Greek Hall of Fame. THOMAS REXFORD RICHARDS Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Physical Education Kappa Sigma, Phi Epsilon Mu, Men ' s Intramurals. BENJAMIN MITCHELL RAWLS Statesville, N. C. B.S., Business Administration Theta Chi, Campus Photog- rapher, Interlachen, Pi Delta Epsilon. CHARLES BABB RICKERD Lakeland, Fla. B.S., History Lambda Chi Alpha. SENIORS 1964 MARY KAY RIDOUT Jacksonville, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Zeta Tau Alpha, Junior Ad- viser, SFEA, MSM. ROBERT RUSSELL ROGERS Leesburg, Fla. B.S., Accounting Delta Sigma Pi, Accounting Club. JANET CAROL RING Amityville, N. Y. B.S., Biology Delta Zeta, Beta Beta Beta, American Chemical Society, Florida Academy o£ Sciences. SERGEI JOHN RIOUX Daytona Beach, Fla. A.B., French International Club. ROBERT HOWARD RIZER Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Physical Education Tau Delta Kappa, Phi Epsilon Mu. GAIL ROBERTSON Owensboro, Ky. A.B., English ELEANOR JE. N ROSS Indian Lake Estates, Fla. B.S., Secretarial Sciences SFEA. JAMES GEORGE RUDOLPH, JR Lakeland, Fla. A.B., Social Studies RANDALL HOWARD RUST Bloomington, 111. B.S., Business Administration Sigma Chi, Junior Class Presi- dent, Delta Sigma Pi, Political Union, Men ' s Intramural Board. MARY-LOUISE SANBORN Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Biology Alpha Chi Omega. DOROTHY JEAN ROBINSON Clearwater, Fla. B.S., Home Economics Phi Mu, Jr. Panhellenic. DAVID NILS SANDBERG Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Business Administration Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Supreme Court. 262 I. 4t 4 ' % % ■ 4 JOAN MARIE SANTINI Ft. Myers, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Kappa Delta, Senate, SFEA. SHERLENE R. SHEPARD Sanford, Fla. B.S., Business Administration Phi Mu, WSGA, SFEA. ARTHUR CLINTON SAVAGE Hamilton, Ohio B.S., Business Administration Sigma Alpha Epsilon. MICHELLE SAVAGE Lakeland, Fla. A.B., English NANCY LEE SCHIMPF Latrobe, Pa. B.S., Psychology Psi Chi, Booster Club, Home Economics Club, MSM. FLORA DELL SETTLES Lakeland, Fla. A.B., English THOMAS ERRINGTON SHIER Orlando, Fla. B.S., Business Administration Kappa Alpha, Interfratemity Council, Greek Hall of Fame, Citrus Club, Soil Conservation Society. DAVID I. SHINKMAN Carbondale, Pa. B.S., Business Administration Theta Chi, Basketball Team, Pi Delta Epsilon, Circle " K " Club, Most Valuable Volleyball Player Award. JOHN H. SHUFFLEBARGER Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Industrial Arts SFEA, Industrial Arts Club. SALLY JO SIEBENTHAL Atlanta, Ga. B.S., Home Economics Alpha Omicron Pi, Concert Choir, Home Economics Club. LEONARD HARRY SHAPIRO Erlton, N. J. B.S., Psychology Phi Sigma Kappa, Vagabonds. ROBERT DAVID SIMONSON Pahokee, Fla. B.S., Psychology Lambda Chi Alpha, Circle " K " Club. 263 SENIORS 1964 ELINORE MICHELE SLEWETT Miami Beach, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education RAYMOND DEAN SNIVELY Fairfield, Pa. B.S., Business Administration Kappa Sigma, Circle " K " Club. KEN BEAVIS SMEDLEY Orlando, Fla. B.S., Citrus Kappa Sigma, Baseball Team, Basketball Team, Crew Team. EDWIN CUTTINO SMITH Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Chemistry American Chemical Society. HELEN CALDWELL SMITH Tampa, Fla. B.S., Physical Education Kappa Delta, UCCF, Women ' s Intramurals. KENNETH WILLIAM SMITH Lakeland, Fla. A.B., English D. BROOKS SNYDER Fair Lawn. N. J. A.B., Sociology Sigma Phi Epsilon, MSGA, Residence Hall Adviser, Inter- fraternity Council, Greek Hall of Fame, Radio Club. ROBERT HAYDEN SMITH Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Biology Tau Delta Kappa, Lutheran Student Association. V ALTER F. SONDERHAUS, JR Orlando, Fla. A. B., History WILLIAM EDWARD SPURLIN Jacksonville. Fla. B.S., Business Administration Delta Sigma Pi. WALTER STEIN HARDT Lakeland, Fla. A.B., German MARTHA WALL STETTNER Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education SFEA. ELAINE MARIE STOKES Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education WILLIAM V. SWIFT, JR. Lakeland, Fla, B.S., Industrial Arts Pi Kappa Alpha, Judo Team. VIRGINIA ANDREU STULTS Winter Haven, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education MERLE DUANE STUTZMAN Johnstown, Pa. B.S., Accounting Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Account- ing Club. ARTHUR PAUL SUBLETT Leisure City, Fla. A.B., History JOAN CAROL SUTTON Westficld, N. J. A.B., English Phi Epsilon Mu, SFEA. RODGER LEROY TARR Dade City, Fla. A. B., English BRYAN JUDSON TAYLOR Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Psychology GORDON RICHARDS TAYLOR Maplewood, N. J. B.S., Business Administration OZBURN EARLY TAYLOR, JR Coral Gables, Fla. B.S., Business Administration Kappa Alpha, Delta Sigma Pi, Men ' s Intramural Board. THOMAS JOHN SUZUKI Covington, Ind. B.S., Biology RUSSELL E. TEAGUE, III Orlando, Fla. B,S., Economics Delta Sigma Pi. 265 SENIORS 1964 JACQUELINE L. TEASLEY Kissimee, Fla. A.B., History HAROLD MAURICE TYUS Starke, Fla. B.S., Chemistry, Biology Lambda Chi Alpha, Beta Beta Beta, American Chemical So- ciety, Concert Band, Florida Academy of Sciences. ROBERT WOODROW TEDDER Lexington, Va. B.S., Mathematics LINDA LEE TESTON Reddick, Fla. B.S., Physical Education Phi Epsilon Mu, BSU. HENRY SAMUEL THRIFT Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Business Administration LESLEY CARYL THUNE Winter Park, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Zeta Tau Alpha, Pi Delta Ep- silon, Interlachen Staff, SFEA, Women ' s Intramurals. WILLIAM J. WADSWORTH, JR- Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education EVELYNN DORA WAGNER Lakeland, Fla. A.B., English SFEA, Lutheran Student As- sociation. JOHN EDWARD WAGNER Daytona Beach, Fla. A.B., Social Science Gamma Sigma Chi, Phi Mu Alpha, Booster Club, Concert Band, Concert Choir, MSM. JULIA PENELOPE WAITS Pomona Park, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Zeta Tau Alpha, Interlachen Staff, SFEA. JEFFERY REID THURLOW Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. B.S., Chemistry Phi Sigma Kappa, MSGA, In- terfratemity Council, American Chemical Society. DIANE S. WALKER Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Home Economics Home Economics Club. 266 «» « % • I i JOHN SIDNEY WARWICK Chicago, 111. A. B., English Tail Epsilon Phi, Sigma Tau Delta, English Fellow, Jewish Student Government. LOLA MARGARET WESTON Naples, Fla. B.S., Music Education Concert Choir, SFEA, UCCF, Alpha Mu Sigma, Music Edu- cators Conference, Opera Work- shop. WILLIAM A. VATKINSON, II Newport, R. I. A.B., History Sigma Chi, Advanced ROTC, Rifle Team. CLAUDIA WATSON St. Paul, Minn. B.S., Elementary Education Junior Adviser, Panhellenic, Miss Molly, Home Economics Club. DAVID JOSEPH WATSON Auburndale, Fla. B.S., Economics Theta Chi, Interfraternity Coun- cil, Citrus Club, Freshman Ad- visory Board. HAROLD ROBERT WELLS Atlanta, Ga. A.B., History Kappa Sigma. Baseball Team, Men ' s Intramurals. BETTY ANN WETMORE Ft. Pierce, Fla. B.S., Secretarial Science Phi Mil, Junior Panhellenic, Inteiiachen Staff, MSM, Intra- murals. JOYCE BEVERLY WHITE Hatboro, Pa. A.B., Speech, Drama Delta Zeta, SFEA, Canterbury Club. SANDRA JEAN WICKERS Key West, Fla. B.S., Physical Education Phi Epsilon Mu. CHARLES ELLIOTT WILHELM Belmont, Mass. B.S., Journalism Sigma Phi Epsilon, Pi Epsilon. MARY SUSAN WELTY Dunedin, Fla. B.S., Home Economics .Mpha Omicron Pi, Home Economics Club. ELIZABETH M. WILLIAMS Frostproof, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Alpha Delta Pi. 267 SENIORS 1964 MARILYN ARDEN VILLIAMS Vest Palm Beach, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education SFEA. DON TAYLOR WILSON Apopka, Fla. A.B., Speech, Drama Theta Chi, Vagabonds. MARY LOUISE WILLIAMS Downers Grove, 111. B.S., Accounting Southemettes, Senate, WSGA, Junior Adviser, Sigma Rho Ep- silon, MSM. WANDA SUE WILLIAMS Okeechobee, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education MSM. WILSON CHRISTOPHER WILLIAMS Pittsburgh, Pa. B.S., Business Administration Sigma Alpha Epsilon, MSGA. HAZEL LOUISE WILLIS Haines City, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Kappa Delta Pi, SFEA. RUSH WILSON, III Scarsdale, N. Y. B.S., Economics Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Interfra- ternity Council, Delta Sigma Pi. RICHARD C. WINDER W ' inter Haven, Fla. B.S., Biology KENDALL M. WINTER Palmetto, Fla. B.S., Business Administration JACK STEPHEN WOODHAM Tallahassee, Fla. B.S., Business Administration Theta Chi. RICHARD JEROME WILLS, JR. Miami, Fla. B.S., Psychology Tau Delta Kappa, President of SGA, ODK, Gamma Sigma Chi, Circle " K " Club, Political Union, MSM. NANCY ELISABETH WRIGHT Clearwater, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Delta Zeta, Panhellenic, SFEA, MSM. ::::::: LUCILE ANNETTE VVYNN Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Home Economics Home Economics Club. BETTY ANN ZOCH Venice, Fla. B.S., Elementaiy Education Sigma Sigma Sigma. SENIORS ... 1964 riiis is Captain ' idco . . . Over and out!! I tried to tell him he shouldn ' t stay up studying so late last night! THE JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS SUE SCHIRMER President CAROL EDENS Vice-President SUSIE BARDWELL Secretary-Treasurer Schirmer, Bardwell, Edens. 270 Abbott, Donna Jane Adams, Peggy Jane Adams. William Alan Andringa, Henry J. Anthony, Harry Marvin Apple, April Lee Archambault, Irene Marie Arnold, Martha Elizabeth Arnolds-Patron, Eric P. Avery, Bertram Alexander Babcock, Chester A„ III Bailey, Bettv Joette Bailey, Raleigh E., Jr. Baker, Nancy Newell Bardwell, Susan Claire Barnett, Barbara Jane Barnett, Hoyt Robinson Bartlett, Joani Tilghman Bauer, William Paul Beasley, Rita Wood Beck, Patricia Ray Becker, Richard William Benton, Bonita . nn Bishop, Cvnthia May Blount, Thomas Edgar, Jr. Have you tried aspirin? JUNIORS Bobbitt. Jim H. Boecklen. Lawrence Peter Bone, Claudia Ruth Bone, Gary Millard Bongiorni, Barbara Marie Bonsteel, Frederick C. Bostelman. Ernest, Jr. Bottom, Judith Lee Brandis, Thomas William Branigan, Michael W. Bredcmcver, Stanley W. Brick, Robert Philip Bridger. Arwyn Gail Briggs, Donald Warren, Jr. Brooks, Linda Marie Brown, Kenneth Nelson, Jr. Burkcy, Eleanor Yvonne Burnett, Charles Richard Cannon, Kyle Charles Capabianco, Rocco Frank Carter, Robert Myron Caughey, Patricia Chaboudy, Carl H. Christiansen, Deane E. Cochonour, Don Howard Ml Of course Wecjuns would be wanner, but JUNIORS 272 " . • ♦ " .% ' %• • ' «.% ' Coggin. Mary Lillian Coleman, Harriet Ann Coleman. Roy Bcecher Collins, Jonnic Mary Comfort, Mary Ethel Connell, Harriet Louise Cook. George Eclwartl Coolbaugh. Sara Ann Cornelius, Kelly David Crawford. Evelyn U. Crawford, Sandra Lee Cressman, Philip Charles Cummings, Georgie Carole Dalton. Joseph M. Davis, Mary Caggiano Dawson, Larry Carl Dervin, John Jordan Desear, Robert Ashland Dills, Ellen Jean Dorrill, Mary Ann Drake, Davis Ayres Dunn, Cheryl Constance Durbin, Jack Dale Durrance, Daniel Calvin Durrancc, William A. JUNIORS Duval, Judith Johnson Eaker, Billie Diane Eaton, Elaine Kirby Ellens, Carol Elaine Edman, William Walker, Jr. Eisnaugle, Tim Franklin Elliott. Janice Lee English, Exum Jayne Fender, Jessie Fred Ferguson, William Dennis Fletcher, William D. Forns. Roscndo Forthofer, David Joseph Fox, Leo Steven Fuchs, Lawrence Harvey Fulton, Darrel Jackson Geiger, Donald Thomas Giglia. Magdalena Gilmour. Laurel Louise Gnozzio, ' eronica Mary Goodman, James Herman Goodrich. Ernest Charles Gould. Robert James Greenman, Betty Pierce Gregory, Gary Manz JUNIORS ' ■ ♦ ' .% . " % ' • • ' • « ' Grimes, Virgil John Grubb, Katherine Ann Gwinn, Charles Richard Hagedorn, James Shivcly Hale, Larry Lee Hall, Jill Ann Hall, Kenneth Calhoun, Jr. Halmos, Peter Anthony Hamelryck, Paul David Hardesty, Patricia Lee Harding, George Mark, Jr. Harris, Linda Lee Harris, Roy Vaningen Har ard, Gail Laverne Haivey, Evelyn Ida Hanger, ' era Jean Hawkins, Charles E., Ill Hawkins, James Randolph Hebbard, Lynn Nygren Hersey, Robert Gerald Holder. Richard Jackson Honefenger, Scott Okey Hopgoo(l, Daniel King Hopkins, Walton Trenholm House, Gail Marion No, no, wait until I take my shoes off! iTMitiM iiarfi ' fci 1. JUNIORS 275 Howell, Maxine Boulware Huff, Richard Edward Hundley, Cathryn Edith Hunter, Maxine Pierce Hunter, Sonia Theresa Inglis, Howaril Reynolds Jackson, Geraldine Mae Jackson, James William Jacobs, Gordon William Jacobs, Lee Blake Jameson, Hu Floyd Jamison, David Kendall Jcnks, Charles Milton Jewell, Harold George, Jr. Johnson, James Thomas, Jr. Johnson, Kathryn ' crcna Johnston, Pamela Marie Jones, Ernest Graves, III Kapp, Maureen Sue Keck, Susan Ellen Kibler, John Martin, Jr. Kimbrough, Robert W. King, Roxyanne Gail Kinney, Bradford Lowell Kleinschmidt, Barbara A. m ' JUNIORS Plenty of tin foil, paper mache. and peispir.iiinn lii iiiL;Iit Tluta Chi and Alpha Oniicron Pi a second place trophy for tins Cn. k i i k displ.iv! Knight, Elbert Leslie Knight, Julie Mae Kdkk. John Mokray Konicky, Gay Patricia Krnoul, Lynne E. Kruckerayer, Carol Joyce Lafcrriere, Donald A. Laing, Susan Staples Lasdon, Lawrence Hugh Laswell. William H. Latimer, Virginia Towne Lauderdale, Ronnie D. Lawrence, Georgia Lyon Ledlow, Joel Boyd Lee, David Stephen Leitner, Mary Helen Lemons. Philip Wayne Lester, Patsy Jean Lewellen, Susan Lynn Little, David Arthur Li csav, Robert Byron, Jr. Livingston. Susan M. Lueck. Cynthia Sarge L-icDonald, Glenn Wesley MacDowell, Kathleen JUNIORS TSAGEDV HAS PASSED .5 URIPIDES rOWJlUM 277 McClain, James David McCormick. Nancy Bell McCranie, Charles Larry McDonald, Barbara Azalea McDonald, William R. McGee. James Ray McKnight. James Joel McOskcr. Alice Louise McRae, Nancy Elizabeth McWhorter, Janet Susan Maggio. Vincent Louis Marcus, Robert G. Martell, Gerald Edward Martin, John Frederick Martin, Nedra Helen Mason, Hazel Ewbank Melton, Kristina Jean Mcnges. Marilyn Joyce Millen, Frank Lovell Miller, Barbara Ann Mimbs, Donald Moore, Richard Benson Moore, Virginia Frances Morris, Nancy Jane Mullens, Margaret M. Yes, boys, " The South Will Rise Again! JUNIORS Murphy. Paul S. Nevin, Susan Ellen N ' orthrup. Sara Lynn No ak. Richard William Ogden, Rebecca Jean Ollek, Carole Elizabeth O ' Neal, Patricia Marie Osborne. Sara Ann Oswald, Margaret Carrol Outten, Susan Williams Palmer, Marsha Louise Parrish, Mary Flo Parsons, Patricia Anne Patton, Sue Pressly Pendleton, Margaret M. Pepper. Nancy Moye Peters, Francis Petty. Richard Alden Phillips. Carroll Wayne Pitt. Carolyn Gertrude Pittman, Mary Ann Porter, Virginia Louise Potter, Dale Eugene Ray, Linda Lee Reagers, Franklin Joseph I ' d like to see YOU sret out there and make a a:oal!! JUNIORS Reeve, Mark Brant Regan. James Douglas, III Reich, Dickie Jean Reynolds, Cliarles L„ Jr. Rickerds, Ronald Lewis Robinson. E erett A., Ill Rogers, Ravmond Edward Roth, Gary Matchell Rowe, Thomas Walter Ruke. Ruby Gayle Sanfdippo, Paula Maria Scharar. Tom Edward Schindler, Charles R. Schirmer, Susan Jane Schwartz, Carlton S., Jr. Schwiering. James Ernest Sellers, Barbara Ann Shackelford. Marsha M. Sharp, Margaret D. Shrader, Carl William Slaughter, Lanford T. Smith, Karen Gayle Smith, Stuart Way Snow, Janet Lee Son, Susan Marie Say cheese! JUNIORS ( ' %..% ' %••• ' « % ' Soper, Robert Donald South, Carole Anne Stabell. Rosemary Kate Stamm, Charlona Marie Stewart, Davitl Reid, Jr. Stokes, Susan Caldwell Sullivan, John Leslie Sutton. Linda Gay Swan, Thomas C. Swata, Carol Evelyn Tall. Barbara Ann Taylor, Wayne Bernard Tennyson, Warren Douglas Terrell. Michael J. Thibodtau, Peter Alan Thomson, Nancy Mae Thorne, David McCidlough Timler, Paul Richard Tisdale, Mary Sue Tracnklc, Elizabeth M. Troy, Alexander J., Ill Ufford, Margery Anne Vannostrand, Robert ' aughan, Donald A. ' ey, Petley Clive JUNIORS ' yner, Rick Nelson Walker. Gerald Gilbert Walker, James Albert Warden, Carolyn Vincent Warner, Cvnthia Ann Warner, Margery Farr Waters, Irma Nadine Watkins, Charles Thomas Weaver, James W., Jr. Wells, John Scott Wheeler, Pamela Roszell Vhislcr, Paula Marie Whitaker, Edward Parrish Wilborg, Ann Wilhelm, Harold Jan Wills, Gail Moody Wilman, Marianne E. Wolfe, Joan Marie Womble, Phillip Lee AVooten, Samuel Richard Yates, Pamela Louise Yeatts, James Douglas Yoder, Gary Menard Youmans, James Owen Young, Douglas .Man fl| 1 r . - Grin and bear it! JUNIORS Young, Walter Price Zani, Guy, Jr. Zimmerman, G. Floyd, III Zinckgraf, Raymond G. Zink, Esther L. Owens " Three cheers for Jones Junior High. So when he said go paddle your own canoe . JUNIORS 283 THE SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS BOB Mcknight President NITA GRAHAM Vice-President SANDY RAILSBACK Secretary-Treasurer Railsback, McKnight, Graham. 284 ' i « ' « ..% ' % ■ • ' ••% ' Aarthun, Steven Russell Adams. Charles Wilson Adamson, Richard A., Jr. Addair. Kyle Ashcom . kcr, Larry R ay Allen. Barbara Elaine Ambrose. Pauline Sara Anderson, Jay Richard Anderson, Sharon Lee Antinori, Carole Joy Atheam. Mary Elizabeth Baker. Edwin . ndrew Baker, Ralph Thomas Ballard, Bonnie Jean Balser, David Kimball Baque, Frank Barley, Richard Alan Barnes. Barbara Balmaine Barnes, James Highlcy, Jr. Barron, Thomas Joseph Barto. Janice Elaine Bateman. Elizabeth M. Bates. Robert Leon Batting. Douglas Andrew Bauer, Daniel Alden He flnims he ' s tuned in on Mars SOPHOMORES 285 Bauer, Paula Maria Beardsworth, Louise A. Beasley. Ronald Bruce Beatty, Linda Gail Beckraan, William Henry Belcher, Allen E. Belden, Henry Marvin, III Bennett, John C. Bergen, ancy Jane Berry, Jimmy Dodd Berry, Sandra Lee Binder, James Lee Birdsong, Charles H. Bishop, Arthur Lanier Blessing, Norman Allan Blue, Richard Rowland, Jr. Borrego, Henry Walter Bouland, Julia . ' nn Bouen. Lewis H. Bowman, Robert James Brackney. Stuart Roger Brande, Michael Louis Bratton, Ella Jane Brazil, Patricia Ann Breeding, James Morrison f ' H. SOPHOMORES i ,4- ' « ..« ' % » •■%• ' « ' I ? fe»» j Todav must be Wednesday! Blown, John Windell Brown, Maria Frances Brown, Sandra Ann Browncll, Lynda .Sue Bryan. Allen Steven Bryan, Warren Leroy. Jr. Buie, George A., Ill Burke, Linda Lee Burris, Harold W.. Jr. Buzzelli, Renaldo Jerome. Jr. Byers, Jerold Don Carlton, Bascom V.. Jr. Carmel, Franklin Jeffrey Carmichael, Robert W., Jr. Carroll, Susan Gudrun Carter. Doris Diane Caton, Ex a Frances Cauble, Donald Lee Center, Thelma Elaine Ccriani, Edward Charles Chambless, Sharon Anne Chapin, James Michael Chason, ' illiam Edwards Cherry, Michael Joseph Cherry, Robert Lee, III SOPHOMORES 287 Childers, Donna Margaret Christjansen, David Dean Christy, Evelyn Adrienne Clark, John Roger Clarkson, Mary Genevieve Claxton, Janice Nichols Clayton, Donald Mayo, Jr. Cloyd, Michael David Coker, Robert Clifton Coleburn, Virginia N. Coleman, Carolyn Jeanne Connell, Judy L. Gleaton Cook, Barbara Somers Cook, Carolyn Seaver Cordaro, Robert Jackson Couch, Jane Allen Council, David Patrick Council, Emmett Howard Coyle, Jackson Wyatt Crankshaw, Lynne E. Creekmore, John Alvin Crews, William Lloyd Crotty, Janie Lynn Croxton, Arthur A. Cunningham. Earl, Jr. f% H, i Jik dm mm c% ■- , f Oh, my .tching feet. SOPHOMORES ««%« » • Darby, Terence Michael Darsey, Perry Earl Daughcrty, Pamela Ann Davis, Brenda Karen Davis, David VVoodbum Davis, Nancy Pearlenea Davis, Neal Lee, Jr. Delancy. Jeanne Bouton Demos, James Ernest Deupree, William J., Ill Dissinger. Chester B., Jr. Donnelly. Michelc Gayle Donovan. Robert George Douglass. Lorrain Frantz Downey, Bill Otis Duff, Dorothy Ann Duncan, Barbara Annette Dimcan, Frances Hughes Durrence, James Larry Edinger, Harrison Herbert Edwards, Catherine Page Eichhom, Toni Juanita Eisenberg, Thomas J. Elliott, Geraldine Kay English, Don Michael Seems like I put her t;nitar pick over here . SOPHOMORES 289 Enstice, Robert Park Errell. James Fabius Esau, Diane Carol Evans, James Harold, Jr. Evison, William E., Jr. Ezell, Braxton Robert Ezell, Susan Dawn Fairbanks, Kenneth M. Faraon, Laneata Madelon Farber, Alvin Wayne Farenwald, Donna Adele Farmer, William C, III Fey, Carol Lane Fichtner, Margaret Maria Flath, Mary Margaret Ford, Robert Forrester, Marion E. Franzke, Barbara June Freeman, Penny Cassandra Freeman, Robert Norman Fried, Harold Edwards Friedman. Lawrence N. Fuhrman. Pamela Kay Fulford, Carolyn Win Fulmer, Kathrvn Rae SOPHOMORES §k m 290 I know I could answer this if I could just get my finger out of my mouth. Furnell. William Perry Gaddis. Dwight Edmond Gauches, Joseph Z. Gibbons. Verra Elizabeth Gladden, Janice Godwin. Frances Gavie Good. Charles Wilson Grafton. Judith Ellen Graham. Juanita Delores Gray, Susan Jane Greene, Betsy Lee Griffiths. Jane A. Grimm, Steven Charles Grove, Shirley Nadyne Gunter, Jean Waits Hall. Bonnie Elizabeth Hall. Donald Raymond Hamm, Charles Dale Hardy, Alvin Owen Harner, David Paul Harris. John Scott Harvey, Anne Elizabeth Haskins, Laraine Lynne Haskins, Monroe Leon Hawk, Marian Alice SOPHOMORES Hazelwood, William B. Hedges, Harry L. Helton, William S., Jr. Henderson. George Irwin Henry, James MacKay Hevener, Johnnie Grace Hill. Claude Julian, Jr. Hobson. Susan Caroline Hoch. Kurt Daley Hoffman, Flo Elizabeth Holmberg, Mary Brownlee Holtzcla%v. Linda C. Honeycutt, David Judson Hooks. Charles Dozier Hovcy, Donald West Huebner, Kenneth Edward Hunter, Peter Holland Hunzeker. Susanne Hurt. Bctena Ann Hussey, Margaret Ann Hutson, Paula Evers Igou, Richard Cochrane Ingle, Robert Lewis Ingram, Diane Jackson, Cheryl Ann I refuse to answer on the grounds that it may tend to incriminate me. SOPHOMORES h i ' i % % • » • 1 k.f L- jQiiiii I ' m sorry yount; iiian liiit tliis race is for chariots only! Jacobs, Steven Robert Jacobson, Craig Charles James. Jennifer Anne Jenkins. Gran Parker Johnson, Mary Elizabeth Jones, Aj Jones, Dianne Elizabeth Jowers, James Alan Kadiick, William Walter Keithly, Kenneth Paul Kenney, Betty Ruth Kent, Clifford S.. Jr. Kent, R. Elizabeth Kerr, Philip Delor Kerr, Robert Scott Kesler, Dickson Edwin Kiddoo. Linda Kay Kiesel. Hilbert Donald Kimbrough, Martha C. King. Kay Joyce Kirkland, Catherine D. Kleinkopf, Peter James Kopp, Robert Earle Kubicek, Alan Lewis Lam, William Lawrence, Jr. SOPHOMORES Landau, Steven Douglas Langdon, Nancy John Lawton, Linda Ruth Lay, Sandra Anne Laymon, Sarah Mildred Lee, Bob Meaders Lee, Harold Wallace Lee, William James Lehr, David Brian Leramond, Janice Bivens Lester, Daniel Louis Ley, Stephanie Elizabeth Lewis, Rita Woodell Lincoln, Heidi Ann Lippincott. Stephen M, Lippton, Joan Lee Lipski, Pamela Lois Long, Mary Ann Longo, Leonard Victor Looker, Anne Lotz, Harold John Luke, Sara Susan Lukes, William George, Jr. Lundeen, Phillip Warren Lyle, William Raymond, Jr. Laua:h, I thought I ' d die SOPHOMORES y wl ik It only liurts for a little while. McClary, Thomas S., Jr. McGee, William Lanier, Jr. Mclrvin, Sue McKay. Thomas Wanzer McKenzie, Rodney Alan Mcknight. Elizabeth L. Mcknight, Robert Wayne McLeod, John Hiram McMichael, Joan Marley, Miriam Martin, Katherine Adams Martone, David Mack Masaitis, Edward A., Jr. Meeks, Robert Edward Meyers, Linda Evelyn Miller. Claudia knight Milkr, Richard Paul .Mills, Richard William Minglcdorff, Thomas, III Mitchell, Judy Eileen Mulder, John Evans Mulrein, William C. Munn, Cecelia Ann Murphy, Kenneth Bruce Mussoline, John D. SOPHOMORES 295 Myers, Ronald Francis Needles, Joanne Nelson, Mary Gay Newkirk, Yvonne E. Newton, Judith Ann Noonan, Thomas Richard Norton. June Faye Norton. Melanie Nunn. Robert Gayle, III Ogilvie, Michael M. Ohlhaber, Edward M. Oktavcc. Frank John Osborn. Larue. II Owens. James Guy Parker. Michael Breck Patterson. Joel Floyd Patterson. Ottis C., Jr. Payne, .Susan Gail Pearson. James T. Perkins, Karen Ingrid Permar. Pamela Claire Petrone. Robert Michael Petterson. Sylvia R. Petty. Curtis Massey Pierson, Henry Smith. Jr. SOPHOMORES One, two, cha cha . . . o ' i| s ' W i »7 H ' J e ►P m J I IS I [1 ) 1 ■J HI yL M J L 1 ! i Price, Robbye Lee Price, Sandra Lee Prieto, Ellita Adrian Prosser, Judith Ann Railsback, Sandra Jo Rains, Jackson Dennison Rankin, David Reedy, Linda Kay Register, John Lee Reid, Mary .-Mien Remington, Thomas T. Renton, Kathryn Lois Reynolds, Emily L. Rice, Lynn Barton Richards, Don Frederick Roach, Roger Earl Roberts, William Carlyle Robertson, Robin Maxwell Robinson, Kathcrine B. Robson, Ruth Jeanne Rodd. Diane Jean Rogers, Frances ' irginia Romence, Shcryl Lynn Ross, Donalfl EdwartI Routsong, Mikal Jeanne Would you bclic c it? I have a cold. SOPHOMORES 297 Riibush, Charlotte Ann Sapp, Paulette Louise Sargent, Terry Anne Saurman, Susan Jean Schlarael, Richard Carl Schmidt, Henry George Scott, Beverly Dean Sellet, Jack Allan Sellner, John Robert Sercy, Jenny Hawkins Seward, Walter James, III Sharpe, Jack Richard, Jr. Shipley, Paul Larsen Short, Charles H. Shy, Susan Newton Silvers. Ronald Steven Smelt, William Howard Smith, Sandra Rives Smith, Sheila Carol Smith, Stephanie Ann Smith, Thomas Amory Smyre, Lawrence B., Ill Snavely, Harry Chiles Southcott, Barbara Ann Souzon, Steven Bruce IBM— th.it ' s International Bubblegum Machines Incorporated. SOPHOMORES Spencer, David Kent Standifer, Robert Thomas Stewart, James Barton Stirn, Susan Lee Stockton, Patricia Ann Storter, Jeanne Lou Stover, Allen W. K. Stover, Beverly Ann Suber, Robert Clyde Sullivan. Harriet Lvnn Swango, Stanley S., Ill Tallman, Benjamin Ansell Talmadge, Douglas Van Taylor, Sandra Kaye Thompson, Leslie Earl Thomson, Marjorie Ellen Ticknor, Shirley Ann Tiller, Louis S., Jr. Tower, John Cole Tozour, Richard Ronald Tyler, Marvin George L ' lrey. Jerry Lynn ' an Horn. Bonnie Dale ayo. Ronald Joseph Vogelsang. Robert L. SOPHOMORES 299 Voight, Suzanne Waddell. Castner Rolge Wager, Chailene Carol Wainer, Nancy Lee Waite, June Allison Ward, Susan Louise Waters, William Edward Watkins, Eunice Kay Walters, Sharon Frame Watts, Dorothy Morrow Waugh, Elizabeth Lee Webster, Virginia Weinstein, Jay Stephen Weir, Kathleen Lynn Wells, Gertrude Thonihill Whitacre, Willetta Ann Whitaker, David Paul Whitaker, James Benjamin White, Stephen Howard Whitehurst, James Allen Wilhelm, Thomas Allan Williams, Lloyd Glen Williams, Robert Howard Williams, Robert John Willis, Louise Wingfield I ' m tr.iding in all my old trat pin cm .1 new sorority pin. SOPHOMORES 300 :i k liA ! I 1 1 .1 Wilson. Daniel Lee Wilson, Janet Fannin Wise, Carole Joyce Witten, Alan Charles Wolfe, Marilyn Jeanne Wood, Janice Smith Woodall, John Bennett Woods. Donnie Douglas Wooklridgc. Linda Layne Vright. Elsie Ruth Young. Mclanie Louise Youngs, Kricg Adelbert Ziegler, William H.. Jr. Zukowski, Eleanor .Ann I smell, a rat! SOPHOMORES 301 THE FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS LEE RUST President ERIC EISNAUGLE Vice-President CONNIE IDENDEN Secretary-Treasurer Eisnaugle, Idenden, Rust. 302 ■■ ♦ % • - n T T " 1 This line is UTTERLY ridiculous! Abel, Dorothy Jean Addenbrook, Thomas E. Ahlgreii, John Alfred, Jr Aiello. Mary Ann Aitken, Bruce Emil Alexander, Earleana R. Alexander, Maurice G., Jr. Allen. David Edward Allen, Eugenia Lucy Alper, Linda Lee Anderson, Wendy Lynn Armstrong, Pamela Ann Baker, Ruth Anne Balmer, LaRue Dale Barber, Russell A., Jr. Barker, James Michael Barlow. Roy, Jr. Bassler. Tim Burke Bastin. Martha Janice Bates, Robert Sexton Bcasley. Ben Mayfield Beckham, Orrin Burns Belt, Robert Wesley Bennett, Catherine Jean Benson, Leatha Ramona FRESHMEN 303 Bent, Gay Berry, Beverly C. Biermann, Margaret Ellen Blake, Lila Ann Blake, Stephen Norman Blocker, Norman Eugene Boddy. Ruthann Bodfish, Jayne Cleveland Booth, Edward Jiidson Boutwell, Ronnie William Bowdcn, Danna Sue Bowman, Da id Holmes Bozeman, Glenda Joyce Brant, Rosemary Braswell, Richard Owen Broocke, William Nathan Brosius, Donald J., Jr. Brown, Aleta Lucilc Brown, Gerald William Brown, Louise Alice Brown, Susan Lavonne Bunten, Judy Lynn Butler, Dorothy J. Buzard, Kathryn Marie Cairnes, James Earl Are yoii SLIRE that jug is empty FRESHMEN 304 Calhoun, Sandra Lee Camblin, Judith Marie Canada. Margaret Ann Caracuzzo. John Tyrrell Carlan, Cabell Briscoe Carpenter. Allen L. Cash, Bruce Elton Ceconi. Mary Ann Calloway Chapman, .Shelley Childress, Ronald G. r i£ Dear, did you know there ' s a large, lu zy. yellow bug on your collar? Chinn. Maryann Clark, Blair James Clark, Richard Andrew Clea er, Robert .Alan Cleveland, Montine J. Cochran. Stanley John Colado, Guv Dickson Coleman, Robert Lewis, Jr. Colfax, Douglas Raymond Collins, Mary Inez Coonley, Mary Dale Costan. Gregory .Arthur Coty, Suzanne IJuford Coveney, Florence M. Cowart, Sondra Lee FRESHMEN 305 ♦ ► Coykendall. Beth Ann Crawley, Bernice P. Culbert, David Luehm Culbreth, Hugh G., Jr. Curland, Phyllis Anne Danco. Michael Martin Davenport. Jane Davis, Bonnie Kay Davis, Don James Davis, Jeffrey Holman Davis, John Franklin Davis, Noel Itson, Jr. Davis, Penelope Ann DelVecchio, David F. Denmark, Robert Allen Deuel, Ray Eugene, III Dial. Donald Nelson DiBiccari, Robert D. Dickens, Mary Ann Dickerson, Charles W. Dixon, Miles Dow Donaldson, Patricia Lynn Downing. Jane Ketcham Dravecky, Robert Stephen Duffer, Patricia .Ann FRESHMEN t) « ' I ' m sorry, but you ' ll have to start all over. Don ' t pass go. Don ' t collect ♦ % % • ♦ • V , • ' - ' •♦ % f - ' ■• ' - ' " ' • " •■«1 (if w Boy, look at him go! Dye, Craig Wolcott Dykstra. Gretchen Louise Eddy, Cheryl Darlene Eisen, Roberta Marcia Eisnaugle, Eric Jon EUcrbc, Derell Thomas Eltzroth. VilIiam Edwin English. Joseph C. Eubanks, Judith Anne Eubanks, Robert Hugh Field. Nancy Susan Fielding. Charles R. Foddrill, John Stephen Fortson, Janet Lee France, James Carl Frankel. Hope Candace Franklin, John Leonard Frazicr, Donna Jane Freeman. Grover C. Frctwcll, James Winfield Fritschel, Sandra Key Fnlmcr, Marilyn Lee Gaines. Dennis Forest Gano, Sherrill Kaye Gardner, Michael Cook FRESHMEN Gaylor, Susan Eileen Gentilman, Karen Susan Gibbs. Sherry Eloise Gibson, Kenneth Heisey Gieger, Douglas Mack Giurato, Joe Edward Glick, Stephen Alan Goetz, James Paul Goldston. John Robert Goodman, Elliott Paul Goodman, Renee Goodson. Mary Deanna Gore, Terry Lee Graf, Nancy Lynne Grant, Judith Anne Gray, Dale Marie Gray, Elizabeth Greene, Carol Lynn Greenway, Donnie Jean GrifFee, Susan Patricia Gumtow, Roger Richard Guthrie, Paul Alexander Hall, David Clyde Hailing, Donna Lee Halstead, Patricia Jane FRESHMEN t mm f- Are you SURE it ' s on straight? 308 ♦ % % • • % % © H I just can ' t see a thing without my glasses. Hamilton, Lloyd C. Hamme, Eleanor Parsons Hammond, Roscoe A., Jr. Hardee, John Timothy Harmon, Fred Ja mes, Jr. Harrison, James A., Jr. Hatch, Gerakiyne Marie Hayes, Sally Lucinia Haynes, Richard Morrill Haynes, Robert A. Heckle, Maryan Wellons Helsel, Stephen E. Helton, Jean Louise Hehvig, Russell Harrison Hemphill, William Hunter Henderson, Jo Ellen Hendrick, Charlcne Y. Hentges, Linda Susan Herndon, Susan Gayle Herndon, Barbara Jean Hicks, Sheryn Sue Hicks, Caroline Meroney Higgins. Faith Francis Hill, Charles Callis Hissner, Diane Kay FRESHMEN 309 Hogsett, Bertice Ann Holloway, Charles E., Jr. Hood, Martha Ann Hopkins, Donald M,, Jr. Hornbeck, Karen Elaine Home, Janet Elaine Hough, Sally Lee Houser, Diane Holbrook Hubbard, ' alcrie Edith Huber, David Michael Hudgins, Daniel Carter Hull. John William Humphrey, Helena Gail Himsucker, Daniel Dale Hum, Linda Suzanne Hyde, Janice Lorraine Idenden, Constantia E. Ingram, ' William E., Jr. Irwin, Jacqueline .Ann Jackson, Janice Lee Jaffe, Michael Edgar Jamison, Ruth Elaine Jefferson, . nsley Adelma Johns, Connie Johnson, Henry Fred There ' s nothing good on at the drive-ins. How ' bout an indoor movie? FRESHMEN 310 iMiMM Maybe if I don ' t look at her she won ' t call on me . . . Johnson, Joe Floyd Johnson, Kenneth Harlan Johnson, Martin Clyde, Jr. Joiner, Evelyn Anne Jonas, Jacqueline Rose Jones, Joyce Kennedy Jones, Sammy Lee Jones, WilHe Leon Jordan, Martha Virginia Kane, Marsha Ellen Keeler, Garland Cecil, Jr. Kelsey, Christine M. Kelsey. Robert Bruce Kennedy, Martha Ellen Kerekes, George Bela Kerr. Robert Lowell Kessler, Stephen Michael Ketchersid, Dianna Lois Kincaid, Margaret Ann Kincheloe, Robert W. King, Janice Sue Kistler, Alton A. Klinedinst, Edward C. Knappenberger, Gail M. Knight, Charles Reed, Jr. FRESHMEN 311 Kocrper, Phillip Eldon Kursch, Carol Ann Lake, Mary Frances Lam, Brenda Ann Lancer, Murray Jay Lanier. Ronald Eugene Laramy, Mary Susan Leer, Joseph Ralph Lecper, Myra Charlene Lester, Cynthia Shands Levine, Roger Mark Lewis, Donna Carlene Loy, Sandra Kay Lowry, Julia Lynnette Lyon, Annie Christine Macduff, Bonnie Jean McCartney, Susan Blount McCollum, James Wesley McFarland. Judith Louise McGill, Robert Lee McGinnis, Raymon L,. Jr. McGovney, Elizabeth Ann McKeon, Clare Anne McKinley, Barbara J. McLaurin, Shclton De, Jr. For the last time Frank, the housemother just won ' t let you mov-e into the sorority house. FRESHMEN 312 McOsker, Robert Allen Macldock. Melinda Lucie Magee. Bonnie Gail Maher, Donna Katherine Mann. Marsha Louise Ma ntcH, Melodie Candice Marshall, Barbara Ruth Marshall, Sharon Anne Martin, Jan Martin, William A., Jr. Masoner, Melinda Hayes Matheney, Angus Grover Matre, Robert Marc, Jr. Maurer, Thomas Herrymon May, Judy Carol May, Sammye Joy Maye, Donna Karen Meachem, Thomas Russell Meide, .Anita Louise Mclvin, William K. Metz, John Harry Miller. Nancy Jean Miller, Robert Lee Mills, Joe A. Mills. Patricia . nn Well, he only missed the ball by this much! FRESHMEN 313 Minford, Susan Appleby Mishalanie. Sarah Faith Montgomery, Norman H. Montgomery, Ronald Wayne Moore, Constance Susan Moore, Jerry Moore, John Bigelow Moore, Linda Lorine Moreira, Domingo Kafael Mosher, Thomas Michael Murphy, John Paul Myers, Dolores Jean Narehood, Kenneth Rhone Nevin, Patricia Yvonne Nickerson, Betsy Anne Nikoukary, Mansour Nixon, John Leon Noecker, Carol Irene Norcross, Richard C. Norton, Judith Norton, Rictor Carl Novotny, Robert Michael Oberle, Terry Joe Odham, Barbara Ann Odoniel, Claire Sharlene mm imiiMm You can ' t have it . . . It ' s MINE! FRESHMEN • • . , Olsen, Signe Helene Olson, Walter Leonard Osterholm, Carol A. Owens, James Lee Parent, Joline Carol Parks, Barbara Ruth Parrett, William Burt Parsons, Darrell Alan Paterson, Suzanne Kay Pendleton, Joyce Ann Pfannensliel, Gisela Pike, Daphne Camille Place, Terry Clark Pontius, Patricia Kay Porter, Barbara Anne Powell, Janice Kay Power, Brian Sherrod Preston. Bruce Barber, II Prestwood, Minnie Ruth Prewitt, Susan Gay Priester. Douglas M. Princeton, Dawn Ann Prine, Jacqueline C. Rawlins, Paula Elaine Raynor, Donna Vee Good to the very last bite! FRESHMEN 315 Reed, Sandra Reinhold, Karl Victor Reynolds. ' irginia Carol Richter. Lois Barbara Rider, Frank Edmond Ridgely, Daphne Lynn Roadarmel, Robert C, Jr. Roberts, James Earmon Roberts, Patricia . nn Robertson, Ellen Kay Robertson. Marjorie Jean Robinson. Pax Tirrell Rogers. Thomas O., Jr. Roscnfelder. Harold L. Rothschild, Linda Mae Rothfuss, Susan Jane Rowand, Sadie Bess Rov. Musette Florence Royster, Sandra Gail Rubio, Albert Michael Rumsey. Christine . nn Runnels, Judith . nn Rusch, Katherine Mary Rust, William Lee Ryder, James Albert If I keep a poker face I ' ll bet I can bluff this hand. FRESHMEN 316 • " - -».%•♦ « Saarna. Ene Tea Sabatini, Donald F. Sadler. James B. Salmon, Carol Elizabeth Sanford, George Garey Sargeant, Janet Andre Saunders, Reginal Scott Sawyer, Thomas Richard Schaefer, Harold Charles Schaeffer, Edith Marilyn Schwartz. Deborah Newton Schwartz. Stc cn Mark Sears, Jeanne Sue Seels, Laura Anne Shaw, Ellis Prewett Skelton, Barbara Jayne Skidmore, Tim N. Smith. Adrianne Irene Smith, Barbara Faye Smith, Donna Darnell Smith, Donna Jean Smith, Gilbert Mathew Smith, Kathleen Lois Smith. Linda Diane Smvlv. Sandra Eileen I really should go to the library, but it ' s such a pretty day FRESHMEN 317 Snyder, Herbert S. Snyder, Robert Jay Sonenberg. David Allen Squire, Richard C, II Stephens, Charles Marion Stephens, Karen C. Steel, Mary Louise Story. John Birk Stowers, Alan Ray Sweat, Sue Ann Sweinimer, Mary Ann Swenson, Peter Tallamv, Ruth Anne Tapper, Marilyn Rose Tatum, Carl Michael Taylor, David Kenneth, Jr. Taylor, Mitchell Irene Tedder, Thomas Roy Tetnplin, Alice Helen Tepper, Marsha Tertany, Sandra Louise Test, Mary Elizabeth Thacker, Susan Lancaster Thain, Harry Lindsay Thompson, William E.. Ill M 1 m M Ohhh— you ' re the cream in my coffee, you ' re the . FRESHMEN 318 Thorn, Sandra Adele Thornton. Richard B. Tingle, Earl Lester. Jr. Tompkins, Henry A. Torres. Margarita Tower, Mayhew Bearing Turney. Patricia Ann VanHuss. Virdia Katherine Varner. Susan Jeanne Varju, AUayne Jodie Vasseur, Berta Via, Cynthia Vick, Nancy Claudette Villano, Dennis George Wachtcl. John Dixon Wagner. Richard Stanley Wallace. Sharyn . llatia Wallace, Susan Gene Waterson, Donna Gale Watson, Wallace Carlisle Weeks, James Clement Welsh, Walter . ndrew Wertschnig, Thomas V. Wherrv. Suzanne Akers AVhite, Paula Lou This COULD give you a headache! FRESHMEN 319 Widdcn, Dee Belle Williams, Kay Francine Williams. Linda Sue Williams. Patricia Ann Willis. Bcttie Joyce Willis, Grace Eileen Winslow. John Colburn, Jr. Wirick, Patricia Ann Volfe. Melody Wolfinger, Norman Robert Yazvac, Yvonne Vocum, Eric William Young. James Burnell Zampano. Thomas Karl Zerkel, Lynthia Gale Ziegele, Claudia Mae Zipprer, Lynda Kaye ■(1 stm The combined efforts of Sigma Chi and Alpha Delta Pi won them third place honors in the Greek Week display contest. 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FLORIDA Division of St. Louis Independent Packing Co., St. Louis, Mo. ST. LOUIS INDEPENDENT PACKING COMPANY ' e :-i3 ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI 331 Compliments of BURL WILSON, PLASTERING CONTRACTOR a o 512 West Maxwell Street LAKELAND, FLORIDA Business Phone MU 2-0812 Resident Phone MU 2-6688 332 » •♦ »- ' %•» ' % Compliments » BERGER AND RACHELSON, INC. INSTITUTIONAL FOOD DISTRIBUTORS 0 TAMPA, FLORIDA 333 Compliments of J. B. LINEBERGER, INC. j Distributors foi Richfield Oil j 1640 New Tampa Highway. LAKELAND, FLORIDA 334 - ' ' % ♦ 4 Compliments of JOYNER LUMBER COMPANY, INC. LAKELAND, FLORIDA 335 Index Aarthun, Steven Russell, Perrys- burg, Ohio, 285 Abbott, Donna Jane, Cincinnati, Ohio. 116, 149, 271 Abel, Dorothy Jean, Cleveland, Tenn,, 303 Adams, Charles Wilson, Highland City, Fla., 285 Adams, Margaret Jane, Bradenton, Fla., 106, 271 Adams, William Alan, Steger, 111., 165, 271 Adamson, Richard Maurice, Lake- land, Fla.. 161, 244 Adamson, Richard A. Jr., Rockville, Md., 103, 171, 285 Addair, Kyle Ashcom, Lakeland, Fla., 109, 216, 285 Addenbrook, Thomas E., Pompano Beach, Fla,, 165, 303 Ahlgren, John Alfred, Jr., Maple- wood, N.J., 201, 303 Aiello, Mary Ann, West Palm Beach, Fla., 303 Aitken, Bruce Emil, Hasbrouck Heights, N.J., 197, 303 Aker, Larry Ray, Titusville, Fla., 216, 285 Albrecht, Dorothy Ann, Vero Beach, Fla., 244 Albritton, Ellis Kale, Lakeland, Fla. 197, 244 Alderman, Joseph Michael, Pahokee, Fla., 165, 244 Alexander, Ann Collier, Coral Gables. Fla., 94, 96, 106, 107, 109, 125, 155, 244 Alexander, Earleana R., Lakeland, Fla., 303 Alexander, James William, Jack- sonville, Fla., 159, 203, 244 Alexander, Maurice G.J. J., Paris, France, 303 Allen, Barbara Elaine, Arlington, Va., 147, 285 Allen, David Edward, Nashville, Tenn., 216, 303 Allen, Eugenia Lucy, Decatur, Ga., 303 Alper, Linda Lee, Orlando, Fla., 303 Altman, Maurice Vaughn, Maitland, Fla. Ambrose, Pauline Sara, Ft. Lauder- dale, Fla., 147, 285 Anderson, Frances D., Lakeland, Fla., 244 Anderson, Jeannette B., Lakeland, Fla., 244 Anderson, Judith Lee, Lakeland, Fla., 94, 96, 150, 151, 244 Anderson, Jay Richard, Pompano Beach, Fla., 285 Anderson, Kelly, Glenview, 111., 79, SO, 94, 95, 101, 150, 151, 244 Anderson, Sharon Lee, Winter Park, Fla.. 139, 285 Anderson, Wendy Lynn, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 303 Andringa, Henry J., St. Petersburg, Fla., 193, 204, 205, 271 Anthony, Harry Marvin, West Palm Beach, Fla., 169, 271 Antinori, Carole Joy, Tampa, Fla., 145, 285 Apple, April Lee, Orlando, Fla., 112, 126, 271 Archambault, Irene Marie, Miami, Fla., 154, 155, 271 Archer, Frederick James, St. Petersburg, Fla., 170, 171, 186, 187, 244 Arens, Gail Elisabeth, Orlando, Fla., 244 Armstrong, Pamela Ann, Falls Church, Va., 303 Arnold, Martha Elizabeth, Indian Rocks Beach, Fla., 102, 203. 271 Arnold, Sandra Sever, Lakeland, Fla., 245 Arnolds-Patron, Eric P., Lakeland, Fla., 271 Athearn, Mary Elizabeth, Lakeland, Fla., 153, 285 Avery, Bertram Alexander, Lake- land, Fla., 271 Babcock, Chester A., Ill, St. Petersburg, Fla., 99, 271 Baggett, Lloyd R., Jr., Pleasant- ville, N.Y., 245 Bailey, Betty Joette, Ocala, Fla., 106, 271 Bailey, Raleigh E., Jr., Miami, Fla., 121, 122, 125, 173. 271 Baker, Edwin Andrew, Pelham, N.Y., 165, 285 Baker, Nancy Newell, Cairo, Ga., 145, 271 Baker, Ralph Thomas, Clearwater, Fla., 161, 201, 285 Baker, Ruth Anne, Lakeville, Mass., 303 Ballard, Bonnie Jean, Manhattan Beach, Calif., 285 Balser, David Kimball, Danvers, Mass., 167, 285 Baque, Frank, Miami, Fla.. 165, 216, 285 Barber, Russell A., Jr., Frostproof, Fla., 218, 303 Bardwell, Susan Claire, Tangerine, Fla., 139, 270, 271 Barker, James Michael, Bartow, Fla., 193, 303 Barley, Richard Alan, Marion, Ind., Barlow, Roy Jr., Wildwood, Fla., 216, 303 Barnes, Barbara Balmaine, Key Blscayne, Fla., 285 Barnes, James Highley, Jr., Hiah- leah, Fla., 173, 218. 285 Barnett, Barbara Jane, Leesburg, Fla., 83, lOX, 149, 271 Barnett, Hovt Robinson, Lakeland, Fla., 171, 204, 271 Barron, Thomas Joseph, Coral Gables, Fla., 285 Bartlett, Joni Tilghman, Southfield, Mich., 84, 149, 271 Barto, Janice Elaine, Lakeland, Fla., 285 Bassler. Tim Burke, Winter Park, Fla.. 303 Bastin, Martha Janice, Owensboro, Ky., 303 Bateman, Elizabeth M., Nashville, Tenn.. 86. 87, 139, 285 Bates, Robert Sexton, Lakeland, Fla., 303 Bates, Robert Leon, Avon Park, Fla., 197, 200 Batson, Sallie Louisa, Greenville, S.C, SO, 84, 94, 104, 245 Batting, Douglas Andrew, Maple- wood, N.J., 285 Bauer, Paula Maria, Orlando, Fla., 137, 160, 1S3, 286 Bauer, Daniel Alden, Lakeland, Fla., 285 Bauer, William Paul, Lake Worth, Fla., 196, 271 Bazilian, Marc Lewis, West Hart- ford, Conn., 116, 124, 174, 245 Beardsworth, Louise A., Staunton, Va., S6. 87, 149, 2S6 Beasley, Rita Wood, Sanford, Fla., 151, 206, 271 Beaslev. Ronald Bruce, Hollywood, Fla., 171, 286 Beasley, Ben Mayfield, Gainesville, Fla., 303 Beatty, Linda Gail, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 139, 286 Beck, Patricia Ray, Orlando, Fla., 106, 125, 141, 271 Becker, Richard William, Norwalk, Conn., 167, 271 Beckham, Orrin Burns, Jackson- ville, Fla., 303 Beckman. William Henry, Sarasota, Fla., 165, 286 Beeler, Larry Lee, Morris, 111., 163, 245 Belcher, Allen E., Ft. Meade, Fla., 286 Belden, Henry Marvin III, Ft. Myers, Fla,, 286 Belt, Robert Wesley. San Francisco, Calif., 216, 303 Bennett, Catherine Jean, Gaines- ville, Fla., 303 Benson, Moree Beverly, Wabasso, Fla.. 139, 214, 215, 245 Benson, Leatha Ramona, Marietta, Ga., 303 Bent, Gay, Ft. Pierce, Fla., 86, 304 Benton, Bonita Ann, Dunedin, Fla., S4, S5, 271 Bergen, Nancy Jane, Indianapolis, Ind., 139, 286 Berry, Sandra Lee, Bradenton, Fla., 147. 286 Berry, Jimmy Dodd, Clearwater, Fla., 165, 186, 286 Berry, Beverly C, Orlando, Fla., 304 Biermann. Margaret Ellen. River Vale, N.J., 304 Binder, James Lee, Orlando, Fla., 304 Birdsong, Charles H., Winter Haven. Fla., SI. 173. 2S6 Bishop. Arthur Lanier, Miami, Fla., 145, 2S6 Bishop, Cynthia May, Rochester, N.Y., 271 Blake, Lila Ann, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 304 Blake, Stephen Norman, Orlando, Fla., 304 Blakeman, William S., Lakeland, Fla., 245 Blessing, Norman Allan, Lakeland, Fla., 286 Blocker, Norman Eugene, Dade City. Fla., 304 Blount. Thomas Edgar, Jr., Lakeland, Pla., 115, 173. 271 Blue, Richard Rowland, Jr., Highland City, Fla., 286 Bobbitt, Jim H., Vero Beach, Fla., 272 Bodden, Robert Tracey, Tampa, Fla., 217, 245 Boddy, Ruthann, Andover, Mass., 304 Bodflsh. Jayne Cleveland, Sanford, Fla., 89, 304 Boecklen, Lawrence Peter, Lake Park, Fla., 156, 171, 272 Bone, Claudia Ruth, Peru, Ind., 272 Bone, Gary Millard, Jacksonville, Fla., 272 Bongiorni, Barbara Marie, Curundu. Canal Zone. 272 Bonsteel, Frederick C, Winter Haven, Fla., 272 Booth, Edward Judson, Pleasant- ville, N.J., 89, 304 Borrego, Henry Walter, Tampa, Fla., 108, 156, 159, 2S6 Bostelman, Ernest, Jr., Ft. Myers, Fla.. 9S, 111. 172, 173, 272 Bottom, Judith Lee, Freeport, Grand Bahamas, 112, 143, 272 Boulware, Dorothy Joan, Orange Park, Fla., 245 Bouland. Julia Ann, Madison, Fla., 286 Boutwell, Ronnie William, Lake- land, Fla., 218, 304 Bnvvden, Danna Sue, Ft. Myers, 304 Bowen. James Dean. Normal, 111., 109, 156, 168, 169, 245 Bowen, Lewis H., Hiahleah, Fla., 196, 286 Bowers, Sharon Wheatley, West- minster. Md.. 109, 153, 245 Bowman, Robert James, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.. 171, ISS, 204, 286 Bowman, David Holmes, Pahn Beach, Fla.. 304 Bozenian, Glenda Joyce, Haines City, Fla., 80, 116, 304 Brackney, Stuart Roger, Lakeland, Fla., 286 Brande, Michael Louis, Hollj-wood, Fla., 171. 286 Brandis, Thomas William, Spring- field, 111., 120, 196, 272 Branigan, Michael W., Maplewood, N.J., 81, 272 Brant, Rosemary, Winter Park, Fla., 304 Braswell, Richard Owen, Satellite Beach. Fla., 193, 216. 304 Bratsolias, Demosthenes, Evanston, 111., 173, 245 Bratton, Ella Jane, Rock Hill, S.C, 286 Brazil, Patricia Ann, St. Peters- burg, Fla., 71, 286 Bredemeyer, Stanley W., Ft. Myers. Fla., 272 Breeding, James Morrison, Holly- wood. Fla., 171, 286 Brick. Robert Philip, Crosswicks, N.J.. 86, 177, 205, 272 Bridger. Arwyn Gail, Jacksonville, Fla., 123. 272 Briggs, Donald Warren Jr., Free- port, N.Y.. 272 Briles, Elizabeth Anne, Asheboro, N.C., 149, 246 Britt, Brenda Claire, Winter Park, Fla., 112. 147, 246 Brolliar. Charles Thomas, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 108, 161. 246 Broocke, William Nathan, Hiah- leah, Fla., 216, 304 Brooks, Linda Marie, Winter Park, Fla., 150, 151, 272 Brosius. Donald J. Jr., Lake Park, Fla., 304 Brown, Aleta Lucile, Lakeland, Fla., 304 Brown, Gerald William. Maitland, Fla., 246 Brown, John Windell, Jacksonville, Fla.. 287 Brown, Kenneth Nelson, Jr., Annapolis, Md., 165, 272 Brown, Louise Alice, Naples, Fla., 304 Brown, Maria Frances, Naples, Fla., 287 Brown, Sandra Ann, Winter Haven, Fla., 287 Brown, Susan Lavonne, Jupiter, Fla., 304 Browne, Peter Van, Miami Springs, Fla., 246 Brownell, Lynda Sue, Downers Grove, 111., 147, 206, 287 Bruder, Elliott Lawrence, Clear- water, Fla.. 124, 175, 246 Bryan, Allen Steven, Winter Park, Fla., 163, 203, 205, 287 Bryan, Warren Leroy, Jr., Falls Church, Va.. 287 Bryant, James Anthony, Southampton, N.Y., 246 Buckner. Marvin Glenn, Plant City, Fla., 122, 246 Buie, George A., Ill, Lake City, Pla., 177, 287 Bunten, Judy Lynn, Osteen, Fla., 304 Burke, Linda Lee, West Hartford, Conn., 287 Burkey, Eleanor Yvonne, Deerfield, Ohio, lis, 141, 272 Burnett, Charles Richard, Decatur, Ga., 272 Burris, Harold W., Jr., Miami, Fla., 171, 287 Butler, Dorothy J., Ormond Beach, Fla., 304 Buzzelli, Renaldo Jerome, Wash- ington, D.C., 86, 173, 287 Buzard, Kathryn Marie, North Miami Beach, Fla., 304 Byers, Jerold Don, Lakeland, Fla., 287 Caflisch, Jacob C, III, Sarasota, Pla., 100, 246 Cairnes, James Earl, Horse Shoe, N.C.. 91, 216, 304 Calhoun, Sandra Lee, Bronxville, N.Y., 305 Camblin, Judith Marie, Jackson- ville, Fla., 305 Canada, Margaret Ann, Arlington, Va., 305 Cannon, Kyle Charles, Frostproof, Fla., SO, 116, 122, 173, 272 Capabianco, Rocco Frank, Vine- land, N.J., 170, 171, 272 Caracuzzo, John Tyrrell, Cranston, R.I., 216, 305 Carlan, Cabell Briscoe, Bluefleld, W. Va.. 216, 305 Carll, Jean Tangora, Lakeland, Fla., 246 Carlton, Bascom W., Jr., Enter- prise, Fla., 165, 216, 287 Carmel, Franklin Jeffrey, Law- rence, N.Y., 80, 103, 116, 118, 173, 218, 2S7 Carmichael, Robert W., Jr., Windermere. Fla., 163. 287 Carpenter, Allen L., Delray Beach, Fla., 305 Carr, Donald Ray, Lakeland, Fla., 99, 246 Carroll, Susan Gudrum, Orlando, Fla., 121 Carter, Doris Diane, Birmingham, Ala., 287 Carter, Robert Myron, Kissimmee, Fla., 102, 177, 272 Cash, Bruce Elton, Roseland, Va., 196. 216, 305 Cathey, Lacretia Deweese, Tampa, Fla.. 117, 141, 246 Caton, Eva Frances. Winter Park, Fla., 134, 149, 287 Cattarius, Robert Adolph, Lake- land, Fla., 94, 95, 99, 131, 156, 161, 247 Cauble, Donald Lee, Lithia Springs, Pla., 2S7 Caudle, Carol Florence, Boonville, N.C., 94, 96, 98, 111, 123, 155, 247 Caughey, Patricia, Ft. Bragg. N.C., SO, 112, 116, 139, 214, 215, 272 Ceconi, Maryann Galloway, Temple Terrace, Fla., 305 Center, Thelma Elaine, Orange Park, Fla., 86, 87, 116. 134, 139, 287 Ceriani, Edward Charles, Quincy, Mass., 202, 287 Chaboudy, Carl H., Peninsula, Ohio, 177, 272 Chambless, Sharon Anne, Gaines- ville, Fla., 153, 287 Champion. Barbara C, Orlando, Fla., 113 Chapin, Janies Michael, Tampa, Fla., 171, 216, 287 Chapman, Shelley, Lakeland, Fla.. 101, 305 Chason, William Edwards, Winter Park, Fla.. 186. 187, 287 Cherry, Michael Joseph, Auburn- dale, Fla., 287 Cherrv, Robert Lee HI, Coral Gables, Fla.. 173. 287 Childers, Donna Margaret, Hope- well, Va.. 109, 153, 288 Childress. Ronald G., Sylvia, N.C., 305 Chinn, Marvann, New Canaan, Conn.. 305 Christjansen, David Dean, Lake- land, Fla., 288 Christiansen, Deane E., Lakeland, Fla., 86, 88, 272 Christy, Evelyn Adrienne, Taunton, Alass.. 288 Clark, Barbara Sue, Aiken, S.C, 112. 145, 247 Clark, Blair James. Lakeland, Fla., 305 Clark, John Roger, Leesburg, Fla., 167, 2SS Clark, Richard Andrew, Holly- wood, Fla.. 305 Clarkson, Marv Genevieve, Annandale, Va., 155, 288 Claxton, Janice Nichols, Sarasota, Fla., 288 Clayton, Donald Mayo, Jr., Lakeland, Fla., 288 Cleaver, Robert Alan, St. Peters- burg, Fla., 196. 216, 305 Clewis, Denver Douglas, West Palm Beach, Fla., 247 Cleveland, Montine J., Jackson- ville, Fla., 305 Cloyd, Michael David., Lakeland, Fla., 112, 218, 288 Cochonour, Joe Clark. Casey, III., 132, 152, 156, 176. 177. 201, 247 Cochonour. Don Howard. Casey, 111., 177, 272 Cochran, Stanley John, Lakeland, Fla., 305 Coggin, Mary Lillian. Raleigh, N.C., 83, 123, 140, 141, 273 Colado, Guy Dickson, Winter Park, Fla., 305 ' - • ♦ • % Coleburn, Virginia N., Wilton, Conn., 86, 139, 288 Coleman, Carolyn Jeanne, Miami, Fla., 288 Coleman, Harriet Ann, Midville, Ga., 153, 273 Coleman, Roy Beecher, Lakeland, Fla., 273 Coleman, Robert Lewis Jr., Daytona Beach, Fla., 305 Colfax, Douglas Raymond, ■U ' anaque, N.J., 305 Collins, Jonnie Mary, Jackson- ville, Fla., 137, 273 Collins, Mary Inez, Belle Glade, Fla., 305 Combes, Mary Kay, Bronxville, N.Y., 101, 116, 139 Comfort, Mary Ethel, Coral Gables, Fla., 149, 273 Conklin, Robert G., Chicago, 111., SI, 167, 247 Connell, Harriet Louise, Inverness, Fla., 273 Connell, Judy L. Gleaton, Plant City, Fla., 288 Cook, Barbara Somers, Ft. Lau- derdale, Fla., 153, 2SS Cook, Carolyn Seaver, Hyannis, Mass., 84, 145, 288 Cook, George Edward, Miami, Fla., 169, 273 Cook, Judith Henderson, Hunting- ton, W. Va., 80, 94, 139, 214, 215, 247 Coolbaugh, Sara Ann, East Aurora, N.T., 273 Coonley, Marv Dale, DeLand. Fla., 305 Cordaro. Robert Jackson, Pompano Beach, Fla., 168, 169, 288 Cornea, Donna Jean, Lakeland, Fla., 247 Cornelius, Kelly David, Frankfort, Ky., 138, 16S, 169, 273 Cornillaud, Larry W., Lake Worth. Fla., 169, 247 Costan, Gregory Arthur, Char- lottesville, Va., 305 Coty, Suzanne Bulford, Scarsdale, N.Y., 305 Couch, Jane Allen, Atlanta, Ga., 288 Council, David Patrick, Ruskin, Fla., 110, 169, 288 Council, Emmet t Howard, Ruskin, Fla., 110, 288 Coveney, Florence M., Indian River City, Fla., 305 Cowart, Sondra Lee, Seville, Fla., 305 Coyle. Jackson Wvatt, Winter Haven, Fla., 2S8 Coykendall, Beth Ann. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 306 Crankshaw, Richard Lloyd, Dunedin, Fla., SO, lOS, 161, 201, 243, 247 Crankshaw, Lynne E., Dunedin, Fla., 147, 288 Crawford, Sandra Lee, Lakeland, Fla., 273 Crawford, Evelyn U., Lakeland, Fla., 273 Crawley, Bernice P., Atlanta, Ga., 306 Creekmore, John Alvin, Coral Gables, Fla., 161, 288 Cressman, Philip Charles, Bethlehem, Pa., 273 Crews, William Llovd, Clinton, Iowa, 163, 288 Crotty, Janice Lvnn, HoUiTvood, Fla., 116, 117, 139, 288 Croxton. Arthur A., Ft. Lauder- dale, Fla., 167, 288 Culbreth. Hugh G. Jr., Okeechobee, Fla., 306 Culbert, David Luehm, Hollvwood, Fla., 306 Cummings, Georgie Carole, Monterey, Mexico. 273 Cunningham, Earl Jr., Haines City, Fla., 2SS Curland, Phvllis Anne, Pompano Beach, Fla., 306 Currier, Jon Dunlap, Bartow, Fla., 247 Cushman, Helene Ann, Utica, N.Y., 101, 141, 247 Dalton, Joseph M., Lecanto, Fla., 165, 273 Danco, Michael Martin, Summit, N.J., 306 Danner, Barbara Lou, Bovnton Beach. Fla., 98, 111, 116, 138, 139, 214, 243, 248 Darby, Terence Michael, Riviera Beach, Fla., 186, 187, 2S9 Darsey, Perry Earl, Hollywood, Fla., 101, 163, 289 Daugherty, Pamela Ann, Tampa, Fla., 149, 289 Davenport. Jane, Miami, Fla., 306 Davidson, Barbara B., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 248 Davis, Brenda Karen, Plant City, Fla., 2S9 Davis, Bonnie Kay, Mathews, Va., 306 Davis, David Woodburn, Orlando, Fla., 289 Davis, Don James, Clearwater, Fla., 193, 306 Davis, John Dixon, Gainesville, Fla., 142, 165, 248 Davis, Judith Anne, Pactoryville, Pa., 145, 248 Davis, Jeffrey Holman, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 89, 306 Davis, John Franklin, Charlottes- ville, Va., 306 Davis, Lawton Allan III, Lakeland, Fla., 248 Davis, Mary Caggiano, Lakeland, Fla., 273 Davis, Nancy Pearlenea, Lake Placid, Fla., 153, 289 Davis, Neal Lee Jr., Lakeland, Fla., 171, 289 Davis, Noel Itson Jr., Auburndale, Fla., 306 Davis, Penelope Ann, Lakeland, Fla., 306 Dawson, Larry Carl, Ft. Belvoir, Va., 273 Dawson, Richard Thomas, Indian- apolis, Ind.. 84, 177, 188, 191, 192, 248 Decuers, Verene Lucretia, Jackson- ville, Fla., 153, 248 Delaney, Jeanne Bouton, Atlanta, Ga., 289 DelVecchio, David F., Winter Park, Fla., IDS, 203, 216, 306 Dempsey, Carolyn E., Clearwater, Fla., 137, 248 Demos, James Ernest, Hollywood, Fla., 289 Denmark, Robert Allen, Jackson- ville, Fla., 306 Deramus, James David, Lakeland, Fla., 248 Derr, Linda Jean, South Miami, Fla., 136, 137, 158, 214, 215, 248 Dervin, John Jordan, Port Wash- ington, N.Y., 101, 273 DeSear, Robert Ashland, Braden- ton, Fla., 162, 163, 194, 205, 273 Deuel, Ray Eugene III, Geneva, X.Y., 306 Deupree, William J. Ill,, Covington, Ky., 169, 216, 289 DeYoung, Esther Elaine, Winter Haven, Fla., 248 Dial, Donald Nelson, Winter Haven, Fla., 306 Dibiccari, Robert D., Larchmont, N.Y., 193, 306 Dickens, Mary Ann, Fernandina Beach, Fla., 306 Dickerson, Charles W., Morris- town, N.J., 306 Dicks, William Whlttier, Orlando, Fla., 156, 164, 165, 194, 248 Dietrichs, Paula Z., Tampa, Fla., 249 Dills, Ellen Jean, Lakeland, Fla., 273 Dissinger, Chester B., Jr., Lake- land, Fla., 218, 289 Dixon, Miles Dow, Fernandina Beach, Fla., 306 Dobbs. Shellv Sparks, New Smyrna, Fla., 96, 106, 112, 123, 140, 141, 249 Donaldson. Carolyn E., Chagrin Falls. Ohio, 132, 138, 139, 166, 249 Donaldson, Patricia Lynn, Orlando, Fla., 306 Donnelly, Michele Gayle, Winter Park, Fla., 153, 289 Donnelly, Margaret Ann, Orlando, Fla., 143, 249 Donovan, Robert George, Clear- water, Fla., 161, 218, 289 Doppelheuer, William H., Lakeland, Fla., 249 Dorman, Richard Morris, Freeport, 111., 202 Dorrill, Mary Ann, Upper Jlont- clair, N.J., 137, 273 Douglas, John Edgar, Oblong, 111., 116, 120, 177, 249 Douglass, Lorrain Frantz, Miami, Fla., 84, 85, 289 Downey, Bill Otis, Chattanooga, Tenn., 91. 101, 177, 289 Downing, Jane Ketcham, St. Petersburg, Fla., 306 Drake, Davis Ayres, Wvnnewood, Pa., 81, 176, 177, 273 Dravecky, Robert Stephen, Scotch Plains. N.J., 196, 216, 306 Drury, Donald Howard, Fernandina Beach, Fla., 98, 249 Drury, Cecelia Braren, Lakeland, Fla., 249 Duff, Dorothy Ann, Mims, Fla., 147, 289 Duffer, Patricia Ann, Miami, Fla., 306 Duncan, Lorraine Lillian, Winter Haven, Fla., 249 Duncan, Barbara Annette, Orange Park. Fla., 86, 289 Duncan. Frances Hughes, Jack- sonville, Fla., 289 Dunn, Chervl Constance, Tampa, Fla., 145, 273 Dunson, Mary Stella, W inter Haven, Fla., 249 Durbin, Jack Dale, Orlando, Fla., 122, 273 Durrance, William A., Lake Placid, Fla., 81, 108, 197, 199, 273 Durrance, Daniel Calvin, Lake Placid, Fla., 98, 273 Durrance, Thomas Gerald, Lake Placid, Fla., 110, 114, 249 Durrance, Gala Elaine, Lakeland, Fla., 249 Durrence, James Larry, Lakeland, Fla., 289 Duval, John Joseph, Lakeland, Fla., 167, 250 Duval, Judith L. Johnson, Lake- land, Fla., 274 Dye, Craig Wolcott, Alexandria, Va., 194, 203, 216, 307 Dykstra, Gretchen Louise, Weston, Conn., 307 Eaker, Billie Diane, St. Peters- burg, Fla., 109, 143, 164, 165, 274 Eames, John Bvron, Littleton, N.H., 81, 120, 250 Eaton, Elaine Kirby, Garden City, N.Y., 84. 145, 274 Eddy, Susan Mary, Naples, Fla., 137, 183, 214, 215, 250 Eddy, Chervl Darlene, Winter Park, Fla., 307 Edens, Carol Elaine, Annapolis, Md., 86, 87, 104, 116, 146, 147, 270, 274 Edgar, Kenneth Elmer, Cam- bridge, Md., 81, 167, 250 Edinger, Harrison H., Ft. Lauder- dale, Fla., 86, 87, 99, 103, 173, 203, 289 Edman, William Walker, Jr., Pom- pano Beach, Fla., 81, 116, 164, 165, 274 Edwards, Catherine Page, Orlando, Fla., 139, 289 Eggen, Theresa Ellen, Vero Beach, Fla., 152, 153, 250 Eichhorn, Toni Juanita, Detroit, Mich., 86, 87, 104, 141, 289 Eisnaugle, Eric Jon, Sarasota, Fla., 186, 193, 216, 302, 307 Eisnaugle, Tim Franklin, Sarasota, Fla., 188, 189, 190, 192, 274 Eisen, Roberta Marcia, Tarrytown, N.Y., 124, 307 Eisenberg, Thomas J., Miami, Fla., 115, 124, 202, 288 Eisenschenk, Frank, Winter Haven, Fla., 110, 114, 186, 250 Eldredge, Linda Rae, Ft. Myers, Fla., 149, 250 Ellerbe, Derell Thomas, Lakeland, Fla., 307 Elliott, Geraldine Kay, Sarasota, Fla., 155, 289 Elliott, Janice Lee, Tampa, Fla., 84. 104, 137, 274 Elliott, Maxwell Charles, New Smyrna Beach, Fla., 250 Ellis, James M., Lakeland, Fla., 160, 161 Ellis, Barbara Sue, Lakeland, Fla., 112, 250 Eltzroth, William Edwin, Martins- ville, Ind., 307 Engel, William Elmer, Lakeland, Fla., 164, 165, 250 English. Don Michael, Morristown, N.J., 289 English, Joseph C, Alva, Fla., 307 Enstice, Robert Park. Caldwell Township, N.J., 196, 290 Esau, Diane Carol, Lakeland, Fla., 106, 121, 123, 141, 290 Estabrook, Ellen M., Walthom, Mass., 119. 144, 145, 250 Eubanks. Judith Anne, Jackson- ville. Fla., 307 Eubanks, Robert Hugh, Winter Haven, Fla., 307 Evans, James Harold, Jr., Orlando, Fla., 169. 290 Evans, Patsy, Lakeland, Fla., 250 Evison, William E., Jr., Auburn- dale, Mass., 290 Exum, Jayne English, Jacksonville, Fla., 274 Ezell, Susan Dawn, Murfreesboro, Tenn., 137, 290 Ezell. Braxton Robert, Bradenton. Fla., 290 Fain, Sharon Joy, Ocoee, Fla., 149, 251 Fairbanks, Kenneth M., Delray Beach, Fla., 173, 290 Fannin. William R., Jr., Lakeland, Fla., 107. 251 Faraon. Laneata Madelon, Orlando, Fla., 101, 290 Farber, Alvin Wayne, Delray Beach, Fla., 290 Farenwald, Donna Adele, Lakeland, Fla., 102, 153, 290 Farmer, William C. Ill, Pompano Beach. Fla., 290 Fender, .lessie Fred, Jesup, Ga., 113, 274 Ferguson, William Dennis, Boca Raton, Fla., 81, 163, 274 Ferran, Janet Margaret, Daytona Beach. Fla., 138, 139, 251 Ferrell, James Fabius, Lakeland, Fla., 121 Fether, Harriet Claire, Immokalee, Fla., 251 Fev, Carol Lane, Titusville, Fla., 290 Fichtner, Margaret Maria, Lake- land, Fla., 141, 290 Field, Nancy Susan, Lakeland, Fla., 307 Fielding, Charles R., Lakeland, Fla., 307 Fischer, Robert Milton, Tampa, Fla., 120, 251 Fisher, James Arthur, Takoma Park JId., SO, 81, 9S, lOS, 109. 116, lis Flath, Mary Margaret, Garden City, N.Y., 290 Fletcher, William D., Pompano Beach, Fla., 89, 186, 187, 274 Flint, Joan Carole, Randolph, Vt., 155, 251 Flood, Marjorie Elzine, Ft. Meade, Fla., 119 Floyd, Judith Esther, Haines City, Fla., 147 Foddrill, John Stephen, Delray Beach. Fla., 307 Foote, Thomas Martin, Bensen- ville. 111., 169, 251 Ford, Robert, Highland Park, N.J., 171, 186, 290 Forns, Rosendo, Miami, Fla., 274 Forrester, Marion E., Lakeland, Fla., 290 Forthofer, David Joseph, Lakeland, Fla., 98, 173, 274 Fortson, Janet Lee, St. Petersburg, Fla., 307 Foster, Nancy R., Mathews, Va., 101, 251 Fox, Leo Steven, Sarasota, Fla., 124, 175, 274 France, James Carl, Ormond Beach, Fla., 307 Frankel, Hope Candace, Miami Beach, Fla., 307 Franklin, John Leonard, Lakeland, Fla., 307 Franzke. Barbara June, Ocean City, Fla., 290 Frazier, James Monroe, North Ft. Myers, Fla.. 86, 109, 177, 251 Frazier, Donna Jane, Jacksonville, Fla., 87, 307 Freeman. Penny Cassandra, Miami, Fla., 153, 290 Freeman, Robert Norman, Grove City, Ohio, 99, 161, 290 Freeman, Grover C, Lakeland, Fla.. 307 Fretwell, James Winfield, Coral Gables, Fla., 218, 307 Fried, Harold Edwards, Hollywood, Fla., 84, 85, 104, 290 Friedman, Lawrence N., Morris- town, N.J., 124, 175, 290 Fritschel, Sandra Kav, Ormond Beach, Fla., 307 Fuchs, Lawrence Harvey, Hemp- stead, N.Y., 173, 274 Fuhrman, Pamela Kay, West Salem, Ohio, 290 Fulford, Carolyn Win, Cocoa, Fla., 137, 290 Fulmer. Kathryn Rae, Hartwell, Ga., 290 Fulmer, Marilyn Lee, Basking Ridge, N.J., 307 Fulton. Darrel Jackson, Bartow, Fla., 197, 205, 274 Furnell, William Perry, Lakeland, Fla., 291 Gaddis, Dwight Edmond, Franklin, Ind., 177, 291 Gainer, William Jlonte, Ft. Thomas, Ky., 177. 203, 204, 251 Gaines, Dennis Forest, Hickory, N.C., 216, 307 Gano, Sherrill Kaye, Clermont, Fla., 307 Gardner, Michael Cook, Fayette- ville, N.Y., 114, 205, 307 Gauches. Joseph Z.. East Hartford, Conn., 84, 171. 291 Gaylor, Susan Eileen, Windermere, Fla., 308 Geiger, Donald Thomas, Lakeland, Fla., 112, 274 Center, Martha Jane, Davtona Beach, Fla., 95. 134, 152, 153, 251 Gentilman, Karen Susan, Kane, Pa.. 308 George, Franklin Vince, Webster, Fla., 252 Gibbons, Verra Elizabeth, Sara- sota, Fla., 106. 120, 291 Gibbs, Sherry Eloise, Gainesville, Fla., 89, 308 Gibson, Kenneth Heisey, Clear- water, Fla., 193, 308 Gieger, Douglas Mack, Lakeland, Fla., 216, 308 Giglia, Magdalena, Lakeland, Fla., 274 Gillman, John B., Plant City, Fla., 252 Gilmour, Laurel Louise, Yonkers, N.Y., 83, 274 Gingrich. Georgia Ann, Lakeland, Fla., 252 Girardin, Peter Louis, Ft. Myers, Fla., 167, 252 Gisler, Charles John, Orlando, Fla., 217 Giteles, Richard George, Lakeland, Fla., 252 Giurato, Joe Edward, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 186, 216, 308 Gladden, Janice, Winter Haven, Fla., 291 337 Glick, Stephen Alan, Morristown, N.J., 124, 30S Gnozzio, Veronica Mary, Long Island, Garden City, N.Y., 142, 143, 203, 274 Goben, Marilyn Dee, Lakeland, Fla., 252 Gockel, Mark Warren, Pompano Beach, Fla., 91, 146, 177, 252 Godwin. Martha Kay, Jonesboro, Ga., 252 Godwin, Frances Gayle, Jackson- ville, Fla., 291 Goetz, James Paul, Clearwater, Fla., 216, 308 Goldston, John Robert, Lakeland, Fla., 308 Golliday, Joan Marie, Sykesville, Md., 252 Good, Charles Wilson, Erie, Pa., 291 Goodman, James Herman, Amity- ville, N.Y., 109, 156, 161, 274 Goodman, Elliott Paul, Andover, .Mass., 124, 1S6, 1S7. SOS Goodman, Renee, Morris Plains, N.J., 124, 308 Goodrich, Ernest Charles, Camp- bell, N.T., 177, 186, 187, 274 Goodson, Mary Deanna, Umatilla, Fla., 308 Gore, Terry Lee, Sanford, Fla., 308 Gould, Robert James, Mangolick, Va., 118, 173, 274 Graf, Nancy Lynne, Omaha, Neb., 308 Gratton, Judith Ellen, Winter Haven, Fla., 291 Graham, Juanita Delores, Lees- burg-. Fla., 153, 203, 206, 284, 291 Gran, Donya Dee, Miami, Fla., 141, 252 Grange, Gail Warren, Annandale, Va., 86, lis, 147, 206, 252 Grant, Judith Anne, Bennington, Vt., 308 Graves, John Calvin II, Miami, Fla., 171, 252 Gray, Dale Marie, East Palatka, Fla., 308 Gray, Elizabeth, Atlanta, Ga., 308 Gray, Susan Jane, Pompano Beach, Fla., 29, 86, 87, 104, 141 Graybeal, Seudder, West Hartford, Conn., 161, 202, 253 Greene, Carol Lynn, Sanford, Fla., 308 Greene, Betsy Lee, Mentor, Ohio, 291 Greenman, Betty Pierce, Marathon, Fla., SO, 147, 206, 274 Greenwav, Donnie Jean, St. Peters- burg, Fla., 308 Gregory, Gary Manz, Coral Gables, Fla., 167, 274 Griffee, Susan Patricia, Miami, Fla., 308 Griffiths, Jane A., Brewster, Mass., 118, 134, 145, 291 Grimes, Virgil John, Dade City, Fla., 202, 275 Grimm, Steven Charles, Woods- field, Ohio, 291 Grove, Shirley Nadyne, Cape Coral, Fla., S4, 145, 291 Grubb, Katherine Ann, Lakewood, Ohio, 137, 275 Guizzetti, Cecilia M., Orlando, Fla., 112, 147, 253 Gumtow, Roger Richard, Lakeland, Fla., 216, 30S Gunnells, Marvin Dewey, Jackson- ville, Fla., 253 Gunter, Jean Waits, Lakeland, Fla., 291 Guthrie. Paul Alexander. Winter Park, Fla., 216, 308 Gwinn, Charles Richard, Miami, Fla., 122, 275 Hadlow, Joseph Lawrence, Orlando, Fla., 16S. 169, 253 Hagedorn, James Shively, Middle- town, Ohio, 176, 177, 275 Hagstrom, Madeline, Pierson, Fla., 79, 80, 94, 116, 139, 183, 214, 253 Hale, Larry Lee, Lakeland, Fla., 201, 275 Hall, Bonnie Elizabeth, Reading, Pa., 69, 139, 291 Hall, Donald Raymond, Miami, Fla., SI, 120, 163, 205, 291 Hall, David Clyde, West Palm Beach, Fla., 308 Hall, Jill Ann, Winter Haven, Fla., 275 Hall, Kenneth Calhoun Jr., Tampa, Fla., 201, 275 Hailing, Donna Lee, Miami, Fla., 86, 88, 308 Halmos, Peter Anthony, Coral Gables, Fla., 275 Halstead, Patricia Jane, Wellsville, N.Y., 308 Hamacher, Ted E., Brook, Ind., 161 Hamelrvck, Paul David. Lakeland, Fla., 133, 167, 275 Hamilton, Lloyd C, Lakeland, Fla., 309 Hamm, Charles Dale, Lodi, Ohio, 165, 194, 203, 291 Hamme, Eleanor Par.sons, Lake- land, Fla., 309 Hammond, Roscoe A. Jr., Lakeland, Fla., 309 Hand, Thomas Orville, Lakeland, Fla., 253 Hardee, James Wilson, Plant City, Fla., 197, 253 Hardee, John Timothy, Englewood, Fla., 110, 161, 216, 309 Hardest V, Patricia Lee, Mayo, Md., SO, 112, 116, 139, 275 Harding, George Mark, Hinsdale, 111., 103, 275 Hardy, Alvin Owen, Bradenton, Fla., 197, 199, 291 Harmon, Fred James Jr., New- berry, S.C., 196, 309 Harner, David Paul, Auburndale, Fla., 291 Harris, John Scott, Cambridge, 111., 120, 163, 291 Harris, Linda Lee, Ocala, Fla., 86, 153, 203, 275 Harris, Roy Vaningen, Orlando, Fla., 122, 275 Harrison, James A. Jr., Bartow, Fla., 217, 309 Harshman, Barbara Burns, Lake- land, Fla., 100, 253 Harshman, Walter Edward, Lake- land, Fla., 110, 253 Harvard, Gail Laverne, Lake Wales, Fla., 275 Harvey, Evelyn Ida, Haddonfleld, N.J., 104, 137, 275 Harvey, Anne Elizabeth, High Point, N.C., 134, 137, 291 Haskins, Laraine Lynne, Jackson- ville, Fla., 153, 291 Haskins, Monroe Leon, Lakeland, Fla., 291 Hatch, Geraldyne Marie, Mulberry, Fla., 309 Hauger, Vera Jean, Lakeland, Fla., 275 Hawk, Marian Alice, Apopka, Fla., 143, 291 Hawkins, Cynthia Annette, Miami, Fla., 141, 253 Hawkins, Charles E. Ill, Bethesda, Md., 156, 158, 159, 205, 275 Hawkins, James Randolph, Lake- land, Fla., 171, 275 Hayes, James Richard, Islamorado, Fla., 98 Hayes, Sally Lucinia, Pompano Beach, Fla., 309 Haynes, Diana Joy, Sanford, Fla., 149, 253 Havnes, Richard Morrill, Lynnfield, Mass., 309 Haynes, Robert A., Lynnfield, Mass., 309 Hazelwood, William B., Chatta- nooga, Tenn., 103, 119, 292 Hearn, Marlen Kay, Miami Springs, Fla., 100, 254 Heath, Yvonne Elaine, Dania, Fla., 117, 141, 254 Hebbard, Lynn Nygren, Cranford, N.J., 149. 203, 206, 275 Heckle, Marvan Wellons, Memphis, Tenn.. 309 Hedges, Harry L., Lakeland, Fla., 292 Helsel, Stephen E., Dayton, Ohio, 309 Helton, William S., Jr., Middletown, Ohio, 167, 292 Helton, Jean Louise, Middletown. Ohio, 99, 183. 309 Helwig, Russell Harrison, Mason, Ohio, 91, 216, 309 Hemphill, William Hunter, Elgin, 111., 309 Hendershot. Robert Grant, Jenson Beach, Fla., 204, 309 Henderson, Jo Ellen, Lake Alfred, Fla. Henderson. George Irwin, Lake Worth, Fla., 108, 159, 292 Hendrick, Charlene Y., Ft. Meade, Fla., 309 Henrv, James MacKay, Orlando, Fla., 292 Hentges, Linda Susan, Pompano Beach, Fla., 309 Herndon, Susan Gayle, Jackson- ville, Fla., 86, 309 Herndon, Barbara Jean, Hampton, S.C, 309 Hersey, Robert Gerald, Bar Harbor, Me., 202, 275 Hevener, Johnnie Grace, Orlando, Fla., 112, 292 Hicks, Shervn Sue, Orlando, Fla., 309 Hicks, Caroline Meroney, St. Petersbui-g, Fla., 309 Higgins, Faith Francis, White House, N.J., 309 Hill. Bettv Jonalvn, Nokomis, Fla., 254 Hill. Claude Julian, Jr., Lake Park, Fla., 292 Hill, Charles Callis, Plant Citv, Fla., 309 Hissner, Diane Kay, Miami, Fla., 126, 309 Hobson, Susan Caroline, Cincinnati, Ohio, 101. 151, 206, 292 Hoch, Kurt Daley, Oriskany Falls, N.Y " ., 194, 218, 292 Hock, Cecil Raymond, Lake Alfred, Fla., 163, 197, 254 Hoffman, Flo Elizabeth, Key West, Fla., 84, 292 Hogsett, Bertice Ann, Miami, Fla., 310 Holder, Richard Jackson, Long- wood, Fla., 275 Hollowav, Charles E., Jr., Auburn- dale, Fla., 310 Holmberg, Mary Brownlee, Miami, Fla., 141, 292 Holtzclaw, Linda C, Orlando, Fla., 101, 292 Honefenger, Scott Okey, Pana, 111., 163, 205, 275 Honeycutt, David Judson, Raleigh, N.C., 173, 216, 292 Hood, Martha Ann, Mulberry, Fla., 310 Hooks. Genie Carol, Leesburg, Fla., 151, 254 Hooks, Charles Dozier, Lakeland. Fla., 292 Hoover, William James, Pompano Beach, Fla.. 81. 254 Hopg ' ood, Daniel King, Rockville, Md.. 120, 197, 218, 275 Hopkins, Donald M., Jr., Kings- town, Ind., 310 Hopkins, Walton Trenholm, Jack- sonville, Fla., 156. 159, 275 Hornbeck, Karen Elaine, Carbon- dale, Pa., 310 Home, Janet Elaine, Johnston, Pa., 310 Hough, Sally Lee, Jliami, Fla.. 310 House, Gail Marion, Plant City, Fla., 112, 14S, 149, 275 Houser, Diane Holbrook, St. Petersburg, Fla., 310 Hovev, Donald West, Ocoee. Fla., 110, 217, 292 Howard, Price Devard, Auburndale, Fla., 254 Howard, Ralph Turner, Lakeland, Fla., 254 Howell, Marie Louise, Panama City, Fla., 139, 254 Howell, Maxine Boulware, Lake- land. Fla., 276 Hubbard, Valerie Edith, Orlando, Fla., 310 Hubbell, Lucienne, Lakeland, Fla., 254 Huber. Charles Mandelin, St. Petersburg Beach, Fla., 81, 186, 217, 254 Huber. David Michael, Batavia, Ohio. 156, ISS. 191, 310 Hubmaier. George W., Lubbock, Texas, 99, 254 Hudgins, Daniel Carter, Marion, N.C., 197. 310 Huebner. Kenneth Edward. Gar- field. N.J., 197. 205. 216. 292 Huft, Richard Edward. Tampa, Fla., 166, 167, 276 Huggart. Thomas Aaron, Bartow, Fla., 100, 255 Hull, John William, Atlanta, Ga., 216, 310 Hulse, Beatrice June, Lakeland, Fla., 100. 255 Hundley. Cathryn Edith, Jackson- ville, Fla., 276 Hunsucker, Daniel Dale, Lakeland, Fla., 218, 310 Hunter, Maxine Pierce, Jackson- ville, Fla.. 276 Hunter, Peter Holland, St. Croix, V.I.. 165, 216, 292 Hunter, Sonia Theresa, Starke, Fla., 276 Hunzeker, Susanne, Dundee, Fla., 292 Hurn, Linda Suzanne, Satellite Beach, Fla., 310 Hurt, Betena Ann, Lakeland, Fla., 123, 153, 292 Hussev. Margaret Ann. DeLand. Fla.. 183, 292 Hutchison. Stewart C, Jr., Joliet, 111., SO, 99, 108, 116, 156, 160, 161, 255 Hutson, Paula Evers. Opa-Locka, Fla., S6, 87, 104. 125. 141. 292 Hyde, Janice Lorraine, Crystal River, Fla., 89, 310 Idenden, Constantia E., Maitland, Fla., 302, 310 Igou, Richard Cochrane, Winter Gardens, Fla., 292 Ingle, Robert Lewis, Grand Rapids, Mich., 292 Inglis, Howard Reynolds, Ozona, Fla., 276 Ingram, Diane, Naples, Fla., 292 Ingram, William E., Jr., Arlington, Va., 194, 310 Irwin, Jacqueline Ann, Hollywood, Fla., 310 Jackson, Geraldine Mae, Lakeland, Fla., 276 Jackson, Cheryl Ann, Godwin. N.C., 101, 292 Jackson, James William, Ft. Myers, Fla., 177, 276 Jackson, Janice Lee, Lakeland, Fla.. 310 Jacobs, Gordon William, Lakeland, Fla., 276 Jacobs, Lee Blake, Dunedin, Fla., 83. 96, 136, 137, 276 Jacobs, Steven Robert, St. Davids, Bermuda, S4, 124, 175, 293 Jacobson, Craig Charles, W inter Park, Fla., 116, 165, 216, 293 Jaffe, Michael Edgar, Sarasota, Fla., 108, 310 James, Jennifer Anne, Unadilla, N.Y., 293 James, William Ronald, Rossville, Ga., 177, 197, 204, 255 Jameson, Hu Floyd, Mulberry, Fla., 276 Jamison. David Kendall, Atlanta, Ga., 167, 276 Jamison, Ruth Elaine, Short Hills, N. J., 310 Jefferson. Ansley Adelma, Lake- land Fla., 310 Jenkins, Dan Augmund, Jackson- ville, Fla., 15S, 159, 255 Jenkins, Gran Parker, Pompano Beach, Fla., 293 Jenks, Charles Milton. Columbus, Ohio, 102, 170, 171, 276 Jewell, Harold George, Jr., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 276 Johns, Connie, Okeechobee, Fla., 310 Johnson. Henry Fred, Homeland, Fla.. 310 Johnson, James Thomas, Jr., Jefferson City, Mo., 167, 276 Johnson, Joe Floyd, Washington, D.C., 311 Johnson. Kathryn Verena, Lake- land, Fla., 276 Johnson, Kenneth Harlan, Decatur, Ga., 186, 187, 311 Johnson, Larry Ross, Sebring, Fla., 255 Johnson, Mary Elizabeth, Atlanta, Ga., 43, 293 Johnson, Martin Clyde, Jr., Cocoa Beach, Fla., 311 Johnston. Joseph Stuart, Lakeland, Fla.. 99, 255 Johnston, Pamela Marie, Arlington Height s, 111., 276 Joiner, Evelyn Anne. Camilla, Ga., 311 Jonas. Jacqueline Rose, Miami, Fla., 84, 106, 311 Jones, A. J., Hialeah, Fla., 293 Jones, Dianne Elizabeth, Eustis, Fla., 139, 293 Jones, Ernest Graves III, Spartan- burg, S. C, 276 Jones, Joyce Kennedy, Clewiston, Fla., 311 Jones, Sammy Lee, Winter Haven, Fla., 311 Jones, Samuel Richard, Jr., Orlando, Fla., 173, 255 Jones, Willie Leon, Lakeland, Fla.. 311 Jordan, Martha Virginia, Miami, Fla., 106, 311 Jowers, James Alan, Orange Park, Fla., 293 Junkin, Dorothy Louise, Lakeland, Fla., 255 Kaduck, William Walter, Lakeland, Fla., 293 Kane, Marsha Ellen, Jacksonville, Fla., 311 Kaplan, Gail Schafman, 255 Kapp. Maureen Sue. Miami, Fla., 107, 136, 137, 162, 276 Kasten, Robert Henry, Zeeland, Mich., 255 Keck, Susan Ellen, St. Petersburg, Fla., 276 Keeler, Garland Cecil, Jr., Stras- burg, Va., 311 Keenan, Thomas James, McHenry, 111., 255 Keithly, Kenneth Paul, Port Char- lotte, Fla., 216, 293 Keihier. Stewart C, Watertown, N.Y.. 256 Kelsey, Christine M.. Hialeah, Fla., 311 Kelsey, David Burnham, Lakeland, Fla., 167, 186, 187, 217, 243, 256 Kelsev, Robert Bruce. New Canaan. Conn., 1S6, 187, 311 Kelsey, Judith M. Green, Jackson- ville, Fla.. 112. 256 Kennedy, Martha Ellen, Auburn, Iowa, 311 Kenny, Betty Ruth, Lakeland, Fla., 293 Kent. Clifford S., Jr., Lakeland, Fla 293 Kent, ' Rachel E., Goldenrod. Fla., 98, 203, 293 Kerekes, George Bela, Queens, N.Y., 311 Kerrick, George Ellis, Lakeland, Fla., 107. 256 Kerr, Philip Delor, Miami, Fla., 293 Kerr, Robert Lowell, Miami, Fla., 311 Kerr, Robert Scott, Ocoee, Fla., 293 Kershner, Guv Edward Jr., Mont- pelier. Ind., 102. 171, 204, 256 Kesler, Dickson Edwin, Hollywood, Fla., 81, 293 Kessler. Stephen Michael, Long Beach. N.Y., 124, 217, 311 Ketcham, Phyllis Ann, Amityville, N.Y., 256 Ketchersid, Dianna Lois, West Palm Beach, Fla., 311 Kibler, John Martin, Jr., Lakeland, Fla., 276 «.,»%.♦•• Kiddoo, Linda Kay, Carlisle, Pa., 86, 141, 293 Kiesel, Dorothy Lillian, Ft. Myers, Fla., 256 Kiesel, Hilbert Donald, Ft. Myers, Fla., 81, 167, 293 Killough, Terry L. Mck, Lakeland, Fla., 256 Kimbrough, Robert W., Brooksville. Fla., 80, 110, 114. 121, 123, 205, 217, 131, 163. 276 Kimbrough, Martha C, Brooksville, Fla., 86, 293 Kincaid. Margaret Ann. Cross City. Fla., 311 Kincheloe, Robert W., Rocky Mount, N.C., 311 King, Kay Joyce, Danville. Ind., 102, 139. 293 King, Janice Sue, College Park, Ga., 311 King. Roxyanne Gail, Crescent City, Fla., 104, 151, 276 Kinney, Bradford Lowell, Palm Beach, Fla. 91, 109, 164, 165, 276 Kinsey, Charles Nicholas, Lake- land, Fla., 256 Kirkland. Catherine D.. Vero Beach, Fla., 293 Kistler, Alton A., Orlando, Fla., 311 Klein, Edith Lynn, Lakeland, Fla., 256 Klinedinst. Edward C, York. Pa., 216. 311 Kleinkopf. Peter James, Lakeland, Fla., 293 Kleinschmidt, Barbara A., Hialeah, Fla., S3, 96, 119, 134, 145, 276 Knappenberger, Gail M., Macomb, 111., 81, 188, 311 Knight, Charles Reed, Jr., Vero Beach, Fla., 311 Knight, Elbert Le. ilie, Lakeland, Fla., 177, 196, 277 Knight, Julie Mae, Plant Citv, Fla., 141, 277 Koerper, Phillip Eldon, Highland City, Fla., 193, 312 Kolek, John Mokray, Lakeland, Fla., 277 Koncilja. Joseph Donald, Lakeland, Fla., 99, 256 Konecky, Gay Patricia. Moline. III., 277 Kopp, Robert Earle, Haines City, Fla., 110, 217, 293 Krnoul, Lynne E., Cocoa, Fla., 153, 277 Kruckemyer, Carol Joyce, Orlando, Fla., S3, 277 Kubicek, Alan Lewis, Phillips, Wise, 194, 293 Kursch, Carol Ann, Trumbull. Conn., 312 Lachenmyer, Janet Sue, Jackson- ville, Fla., 153, 256 Ladlow, Frederick W., Hamden, Conn., IDS, 169, 257 Laferriere, Donald A., Rockville, Conn.. 91. 277 Laing. Susan Staples. Lakeland. Fla.. 277 Lake. Mary Frances. Gordon Town. Jamaica. 312 Lam. Brenda Ann. Elkton. Va.. 312 Lam. William Lawrence, Jr., Elk- ton, Va., 163, 205, 218, 293 Lancer, Murray Jay, Sarasota, Fla., 312 Landau, Stephen Douglas, Great Xeck, N.T., 294 Lande, Samuel Gifford, Jackson- ville, Fla., 113. 177. 257 Langdon. Nancy John, Glenshaw, Pa., 141. 294 Langtord, Elizabeth. Jacksonville, Fla., 146, 147, 214, 215, 257 Lanier, Ronald Eugene, Miami, Fla., SO, 108, 312 Laramy, Mary Susan, Storrs, Conn., 312 Larimer, Virginia Towne, Kings- port, Tenn., 138, 139, 214, 215, 277 Larson, Alfred Carl, Drexel Hills, Pa., SO. 108. 116. 156. 163. 257 Lasdon. Lawrence Hugh. Scarsdale. N.Y.. 277 Laswell, William H., New Smyrna Beach, Fla., 277 Latini, Roberta Whipple, Lakeland, Fla., 257 Lauderdale, Ronnie D., Lakeland, Fla., 277 Lawrence, Georgia Lvon, Ft. Myers, Fla.. S6, 146, 147. 176. 277 Lawrence, Ruth Lvon. Ft. Mvers, Fla., 94, 95, 98, 107, 134, 147, 257 Lawton, Linda Ruth, Jacksonville, Fla., 294 Lay, Sandra Anne, Gainesville, Fla., 70, 137, 294 Laymon. Sarah Mildred, Lakeland. Fla., 106, 134, 141, 294 Ledlow. Joel Boyd. Ft. Walton Beach. Fla.. 188, 192. 277 Lee. Bob Meaders. Atlanta, Ga., 167, 197, 199, 294 Lee, David Stephen, Towson, Md., 277 Lee, E. Richard, Melbourne, Fla., 173, 257 Lee, Harold Wallace, Lakeland, Fla., 294 Lee, William James, Lakewood, Ohio, 84, 86, 177, 294 Leeds, Norma Kay, Opa-Locka, Fla., 96, 106, 155, 257 Leeper, Myra Charlene, Kingsport, Tenn., 312 Leer, Joseph Ralph, Cocoa Beach, Fla., 216, 312 Lehman, Joyce Ann, Charlotte, N.C., SO, 94, 95, 96, 109, 131, 134, 140, 141, 257 Lehr. David Brian. Reading. Pa., 177 294 Leitner, Mary Helen, Micanopy, Fla., 277 Lemons, Philip Wayne, Murray Hill, N. J., 99, 174, 175, 203, 277 Lemmond, Janice Bivens, Matthews, N.C., 137. 294 Lester. Cynthia Shands, Cocoa Beach. Fla.. 312 Lester, Daniel Louis, Hollywood Beach, Fla., 294 Lester, Patsy Jean, Plant City, Fla., 141, 277 Levine, Roger Mark, Orlando, Fla., 312 Lewellen, Susan Lynn, Miami, Fla., 143, 277 Lewis, Donna Carlene, Gainesville, Fla., 312 Lewis, Rita Woodell, Anchorage, Alaska, 294 Lewison, Allen Stanley, Oregon, 111., 165, 257 Ley, Stephanie Elizabeth, Pompano Beach, Fla., S6, 87, 147, 294 Liiunln. Heidi Ann, Cohasset, Mass., 102. 147. 294 Lippincott. Stephen M., Riverton, N.J., 294 Lippton, Joan Lee, Orlando, Fla., 294 Lipski, Pamela Lois, Falls Church, Va., 134, 143 Little, David Arthur, Sparta, X.J., 84, 85, 104, 1S6. 277 Livesay. Robert Byron. Jr.. Lake- land, Fla., 277 Livingston, Susan M., Lakeland, Fla., 91, 100, 109, 148, 149, 277 Lockhart, Janet Carole, Winter Haven, Fla., 257 Logan, Robert Henry, Huntingdon, N.Y., 177, 257 Long. Mary Ann, Starke, Fla., 86, SS, 294 Longo, Leonard Victor, Tampa, Fla., 159, 218, 294 Looker, Anne, Largo, Fla., 132, 142, 143, 294 Lotz, Harold John, Morristown, N. J., 161, 294 Loveday, Lawrence John, Planta- tion, Fla., SI, 103. 122, 173, 257 Lowry, Barbara Luelvn, Winter Park, Fla., 86, 87, 96, 109, 140, 141, 258 Lowry, Julia Lynnette, Pembroke, N.C., 312 Loy, Sandra Kay, Anderson, Ind., 312 Lueck, Cynthia Sarge, New Smyi-na Reach, Fla., 277 Luke, Sara Susan, LaFayette, Ind., 143, 294 Lukes, William George Jr., Nash- ville, Tenn., 81, 103, 109, 201, 216, 294 Lundeen, Phillip Warren, James- town, N.Y., 103, 294 Lppo, Barbara Jean. Ft. Myers. Fla.. 149. 258 Lyle, William Raymond , Jr., Bartow, Fla., 294 Lynch, Frances Lorene, Jackson- ville, Fla., 258 Lyon, Annie Christine, Orlando, Fla., 312 JlacDonald, Glenn Wesley, Lake- land, Fla., S6, 177, 277 MacDowell, Kathleen, Lakeland, Fla., 83, 96, 101, 139, 277 MacDuff, Bonnie Jean, Apopka, Fla., 312 Maclnnes, Jon Norman, Winter Garden, Fla., 169, 258 McCaffrey, Carter Lvle, Riviera Beach, Fla., 101, 163 McCartney. Susan Blount, St. Augustine, Fla., 312 McClain, James David, Melbourne Fla., 99, 27S McClary, Thomas S., Jr., Miami. Fla., 122, 295 McCollum, James Wesley, Gaines- ville, Fla., 216, 312 McCormick, Joseph B., Georgetown Ind., SO, 94, 173, 25S McCormick, Nancy Bell, Delray Beach, Fla., 119, 153, 278 McCranie, Charles Larry, Winder- mere, Fla., 110, 114, 159, 278 McDonald, Barbara Azalea, Indian Head, Md., 86. 214. 215. 278 McDonald. William R.. Winter Haven, Fla., 113, 27S McFarland, Judith Louise, Daytona Beach, Fla., 312 McGee, James Ray, Charlotte, N.C., 98, 278 McGee, William Lanier, Jr., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., SI, 167, 295 McGill, Robert Lee, Hagerstown, Md., 216, 312 McGinnis, Rajinon Lee, Lakeland, Fla.. 258 McGinnis. Ravmon L.. Jr., Lake- land, Fla.. 216. 312 McGovney. Elizabeth Ann, Kings- ton, Jamaica. 312 Mclrvin. Sue. Leesburg. Fla., 86, 88, 126, 147, 206, 295 JIcKay, Thomas Wanzer, Coral Gables, Fla., 86, 295 McKenzie, Rodney Alan, Glen EUyn, 111., 169, 295 McKeon, Clare Anne, Delanson, N.Y., 312 McKinley, Barbara J., St. Augus- tine, Fla.. 312 JIcKnight. James Joel. Lake Worth, Fla., 163, 278 McKnight, Robert Wavne. Lake Worth. Fla., 81, 120, 163, 205, 284. 295 McKnight, Elizabeth L., Fruitland Park, Fla., 86, 295 McLaurin. Shelton De. Jr., Sea- brook, Md.. 165. 216. 312 McLeod. John Hiram. Jacksonville. Fla.. 156, 165, 295 McMichael, Joan. Mamaroneck, N.Y ' .. 137, 183, 295 McNees, Marilvn Frances, Ft. Pierce, Fla., 112, 258 McOsker, Alice Louise, Bronxville, N.Y., 112, 139, 278 McOsker. Robert Allen. Bronxville, N.Y., 186, 313 McRae, Nancy Elizabeth, Ellerbe, N.C., 153, 278 McWhorter, Janet Susan, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 84, S5, 86, 88, 151. 203. 206, 278 Mack, Douglas Arthur, Miami, Fla., 81, 148, 167, 258 Maddock. Melinda Lucie, Palm Beach. Fla., 313 Maggio, Vincent Louis, San Antonio, Fla., 278 Magee, Bonnie Gail, Atlanta, Ga., 313 Maher, Donna Katherine, Malone, N.Y., 313 Manning. Harvey Davis, Jr.. Ft. Lauderdale. Fla.. 126. 217. 258 Mantell. Melodic Candice. Miami. Fla.. 313 Marcus, Robert G., Lakeland, Fla., 278 Marley, Miriam, Falls Church, Va., 295 Marsh, Jim Carlton, Ft. Meade, Fla., 110, 258 Marshall, Barbara Ruth, Belcher- town, Mass., 98, 313 Marshall. Sharon Anne, Kingsport, Tenn., 313 Marten, Gerald Edward, Plant Citv, Fla., 122, 27S Martin, Jan, Allentown, Pa., 313 Martin, John Frederick, Bartow, Fla., 103, 278 Martin, Katherine Adams, Ridge- fleld. Conn., 84, 118, 145, 295 Martin, Nedra Helen, Winter Haven, Fla., 278 Martin. William A., Jr., Atlanta, Ga., 313 Martone, David Mack, Pompano Beach, Fla., 295 Masaitis, Edward A., Jr., North Miami, Fla., 295 Mason, Hazel Ewbank, Gastonia. N.C., S3, S6, 104, 134. 137. 278 Masoner. Melinda Hayes, Columbus, Ohio, 313 Matheney, Angus Grover, Balboa, Canal Zone, 202, 313 Mathis, Melanie Ruth, Orlando. Fla.. 100. 258 Matre. Robert Marc, Jr., Albany, Ga., 202, 216, 313 Maxwell, Anne. Lakeland, Fla., 259 May, Judy Carol. Jacksonville. Fla.. 313 May, Sammye Joy. Hays. Kan., 313 Maye, Donna Karen, Lorton, Va., 313 Meachem, Thomas Russell, Day- tona Beach, Fla., 313 Means, Cooper Greir, Winter Park, Fla., 197 Meeks, Robert Edward, Lakeland, Fla.. 295 Meide, Anita Louise. Jacksonville. Fla., 313 Melton, Kristina Jean, Orlando, Fla., 101, 147, 278 Melvin, William K., Palm Beach, Fla., 313 Menges, Marilyn Joyce, Orlando, Fla., 27S Metz, John Harry, Belleville, Ind., 313 Michael, Dennis Joe, Jupiter, Fla., 259 Millen, Frank Lovell. Watkins Glen. N.Y., 163, 278 Jliller, Barbara Ann, Palmetto, Fla., 278 Miller, Nancy Jean, Suffolk, Va., 313 Miller, Robert Lee, St. Petersburg, Fla., 313 Miller, Richard Paul, Lakeland, Fla., 295 Miller, William G., Jr., Monticello, Fla., 259 JlillK. Richard William. North Miami, Fa., 99, 295 Mills, Joe A., Orlando, Fla., 313 Mills, Patricia Ann, Ft. Walton Beach, Fla., 313 Mimbs. Donald, Lakeland, Fla., 122, 278 Minford, Susan Appleby, Tampa, Fla., 314 Mingledorff, Thomas III, Talla- hassee Fla., 168, 169, 216, 295 Mishalanie, Sarah Faith, Miami, Fla., 314 Mitchell, Judy Eileen, St. Peters- burg, Fla., 147, 295 Mitchell, Marilyn F., Auburndale, Fla., SO. 95. 14S. 149. 214, 215, 259 Moffses, Phillip Edwin, Orlando, Fla., 98, 259 Montgomery, Norman H., Lakeland, Fla., 314 Montgomery, Ronald Wayne, Ards- ley, Pa.. 199. 200, 314 Moore, Bethany Jenelle, Haines City, Fla., 100, 259 Moore, Constance Susan, West Palm Beach, Fla., 89, 314 Moore, John Bigelow, Geneva, N.Y., 314 Moore, Jerry, Lakeland, Fla., 314 Moore, Linda Lorine, Pierson, Fla., 314 Moore, Richard Benson, Flint, Mich., 165, 278 Jloore, Virginia Frances, Haines City, Fla., 259 Moreira, Domingo Kafael, Guate- mala City, Guatemala, 314 Morris, Diane, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 259 Morris, Karen Sue, Pompano Beach, 259 Morris, Nancy Jane, New York, N.Y., 70, 145, 278 Mosher, Thomas Michael, Jackson- ville, Fla.. 314 JIulder, John Evans, Villanova, Pa., 295 Mullens, Margaret M., Anaco, Venezuela, 98, 27S Mulrein, William C, Boca Raton, Fla., 295 Mundy, Mattie Hall, Bartow, Fla., 100, 259 Munn, Cecelia Ann, Rockingham, N.C., 295 Murphy, Kenneth Bruce, Clear- water, Fla., 171, 197, 199, 295 Murphy, John Paul, Miami, Fla., 122, 314 Murphy, Paul S., Mt. Sterling, 165, 279 Murphy. Robert James, Lakeland, Fla., 99, 150, 259 Mussoline, John D., Hazleton, N.Y.. 167. 218. 295 Myers. Dolores Jean, Marietta, Ga., 314 Narehood, Kenneth Rhone, Grove- land, Fla., 200, 314 Needles, Joanne, Southhampton, N.Y., 296 Neeld, Jennings A., Jr.. Dover, Fla , 122, 259 Nelson, Mary Gay, BIytheville, Ark., 133, 137, 296 Nelson, Roy Lundell, Lakeland, Fla., 260 Nevin, Patricia Yvonne, Lakeland, Fla., 314 Nevin, Susan Ellen, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 84, 85, 145, 170, 279 Newbold, John R., Jr., Crescent City, Fla., 110, 114, 260 Newcombe, Caroline, Winter Haven, Fla., 260 Newell, Bruce Kenneth, Lakeland, Fla., 79, 80, 108, 260 Newhouse. Paula Louise. Key West, Fla., 145, 260 Newkirk, Yvonne E., Eau Gallic, Fla., 68, 91, 101, 109, 151, 296 Newton, Judith Ann, Homestead, Fla., S4, 296 Nickerson, Betsy Anne, Springfield Va., 314 Nikoukary, Mansour, Allendale, N.J., 314 Nixon, John Leon, Jacksonville, Fla., 218, 314 Noecker, Carol Irene, Orlando, Fla., 314 Noonan, Thomas Richard, Batavia, N.Y., 169, 296 Norcro.ss. Richard C, East Hard- wick, Vt., S9, 218, 314 Northrup, Sara Lynn, Ormond Beach, Pla., 96, 106, 119, 121, 154, 155, 279 Norton, Judith, Jupiter, Pla., 314 Norton, June Faye, Tampa, Fla., 206, 296 Norton, Melanie, Dobbs Ferry, N.Y., 151, 296 Norton, Rictor Carl, Lakeland, Fla., 314 Novak, Richard William, Lakeland, Fla., 279 Novotny, Robert Michael, Orlando, Fla., 314 Nowlin, Willard I., Jr., Mobile, Ala., 173, 260 Nunn, Robert Gayle, III, Arlington, Va., 162, 163, 194, 296 Oherle, Terry Joe, Avon Park, Fla., SI, 193, 200 Odadzin, Thomas Kenneth, Lake- land, Fla., 103, 119, 260 Odham, Barbara Ann, Orlando, Fla., 314 Odoniel, Claire Sharlene, Lakeland, Fla., 314 Ogden, Rebecca Jean, Winter Haven, Fla., 100, 279 Og-ilvie, Michael M., Winter Park, Fla., 144, 158, 159, 296 Ohlhaber, Edward M., Palm Beach, Fla., 296 Oktavec, Frank John, Clearwater, Fla., 84, 197, 199. 296 Ollek, Carole Elizabeth, Atlanta, Ga., 279 Olsen, Sig-ne Helene, Ft. Lauder- dale, Fla., 315 Olson, Walter Leonard, Miami, Fla., 315 O ' Neal, Patricia Marie, Lakeland, Fla., 106, 119, 121, 126, 155, 279 Osborn, Larue, II, Winter Haven, Fla., 296 Osborne, Sara Ann, Raiford, Fla., 142, 143, 279 Osterholm, Carol A., Douglaston, N.Y., 315 Oswald, Margaret Carrol, Warrens- ville Hts., Ohio, 279 Outten, Susan Williams, Lakeland, Fla., 98, 279 Owens, James Guy, Tarpon Springs, Fla., 296 Owens, James Lee, New Smyrna Beach, Fla., 122, 315 Palmer, James Emmett, Jr., Lake- land, Fla., 260 Palmer, Marsha Louise, New Smyrna Beach, Fla., 83, 144, 145, 214, 215, 279 Parent, Joline Carol, Guilford, Conn., 315 Parker, Michael Breck, Tampa, Fla., 296 Parks, Barbara Ruth, Cocoa Beach, Fla., 315 Barrett, William Burt, Falls Church, Va., 315 Parrish, Mary Flo, Lakeland, Fla., 279 Parsons, Patricia Anne, Sebastian, Fla., 119, 214, 215, 279 Parsons, Darrell Alan, Sebastian, Fla., 218, 315 Paterson, Suzanne Kay, St. Peters- burg, Fla., 315 Patterson, Joel Flovd, Miami Springs, Fla., 177, 296 Patterson, Ottis C, Jr., Hollywood Fla., 296 Patton, Sue Pressly, Jacksonville Beach, Fla., 117, 279 " Payne, Susan Gail, Knoxville, Tenn., 296 Pearson, James T., Miami, Fla., 194, 218, 296 Peck, Ernest, Lakeland, Fla., 260 Pendleton, Joyce Ann, Rome, N.Y., 315 Pendleton, Margaret M., Rome, N.Y., SO, 83, 96, 141, 279 Pepper, Nancy Moye, Walnut Cove, N.C., 137, 279 Perkins, Karen Ingrid, Lakeland, Fla., 296 Perks, William T., Ill, Havertown, Pa., 99, 160, 161, 260 Permar, Pamela Claire, St. Simons Island, Ga., 84, 296 Peters, Francis, Rye, N.Y., 101, 162, 163, 279 Petrone, Robert Michael, Hunting- ton Station, N.Y., 177, 203, 296 Petterson, Sylvia R., Ft. Pierce, Fla., 98, 115, 154, 155, 296 Petty, Curtis Massey, Huntsville, Ala., 296 Pfannenstiel, Gisela, Narburg, Germany, 118, 315 Phillips, Carroll Wayne, Lakeland, Fla., 193, 279 Phillips, Maurice Layton, Jackson- ville, Fla., 260 Pierson, Henry Smith, Jr., Lake- land, Fla., 296 Pietersz, Charles E., Lakeland, Fla., 260 Pike, Daphne Camille, Miami, Fla., 315 Pitt, Carolyn Gertrude, Weston, Mass., 137, 279 Pittman, Mary Ann, Orlando, Fla., 123, 141, 279 Pizzi, W. Bryan II, Lakeland, Fla. Place, Terry Clark, Hollywood, Fla., 315 Pole, Carole Marie, Hazlet, N.J., 104, 141, 261 Pontius, Patricia Kay, St. Peters- burg, Fla., 315 Porter, Barbara Anne, Indianapolis, Ind., 315 Porter, Virginia Louise, Lapeer, Mich., 89, 279 Potter, Dale Eugene, Orlando, Fla., 115, 177, 279 Powell, Janice Kay, Lakeland, Fla., 315 Power, Brian Sherrod, Rockville, Md., 315 Preston, Bruce Barber, II, Orlando, Fla., 216, 315 Prestwood, Minnie Ruth, Lakeland, Fla., 315 Prewitt, Susan Gay, Lexington, Ky., 315 Price, Carolyn M. Warren, Lake- land, Fla., 94, 95, 100, 261 Price, Robbye Lee, Chattanooga, Tenn., 91, 109, 297 Price, Sandra Lee, Hartville, Ohio, 297 Priester, Douglas M., Aiken, S.C., 315 Prieto, Ellita Adrian, St. Peters- burg, Pla., 297 Princeton, Dawn Ann, Winter Garden, Fla., 315 Prine, Jacqueline C, Ft. Meade, Fla., 315 Prosser, Judith Ann, Asheville, N.C., 297 Railsback, Sandra Jo, Jacksonville, Fla., 139, 183, 284, 297 Rains, Jack.son Dennison, Miami, Fla., 122. 297 Raney, Winston Chris, Lakeland, Fla., 161, 261 Rankin, David Lee, Boca Raton, Fla., 173, 297 Rankin, John Timothy, Bartow, Fla., 110. 261 Rawlins, Paula Elaine, Jacksonville, Fla., 315 Rawls, Benjamin Mitchell, States- ville, N.C., 84, 86, 104, 177, 261 Ray, Linda Lee, Winter Haven, Fla., 84, 85, 86, 104, 279 Raynor, Donna Vee, Ormond Beach, Fla., 315 Reagers, Franklin Joseph, Bay- shore, N.Y., 279 Reed, James Croft, Fulton, Ky., 98, 172, 173, 261 Reed, Sandra, Chatom, Ala., 316 Reedy, Linda Kay, Eustis, Fla., 86, 153, 297 Reeve, Mark Brant, Glen Ridge, N.J., 280 Regan, James Douglas, III, Seaton, 111., 171, 186, 187, 280 Register, John Lee, Alturas, Fla., 217, 297 Reich, Dickie Jean, Mount Dora, Fla., 139, 280 Reid, Elizabeth M., West Palm Beach, Fla., 71, 261 Reid, Mary Allen, York, Pa., 134, 151, 206, 297 Reinhold, Karl Victor, Atlanta, Ga., 218, 316 Reisner, Melinda Charity, Milwau- kee. Wise. 143, 261 Remington, Thomas T., Rockledge, Fla., 216, 297 Renton, Kathryn Lois, Pittsburgh, Pa., 70, 149, 297 Reynolds, Charles L., Jr., Lake Placid, 136, 173, 280 Reynolds, Emily L., Miami Springs, Fla., 297 Reynolds, Thomas Alfred, Lakeland, Fla., 94, 95, 167, 217, 261 Reynolds, Virginia Carol, Miami Springs, Fla., 316 Rice, Lynn Barton, Jacksonville, Fla., 297 Richards, Don Frederick, West Palm Beach, Fla., 202, 297 Richards, Thomas Rexford, Lake- land, Fla., 261 Richter, Lois Barbara, Eastchester, N.Y., 316 Rickerd, Charles Babb, Daytona Beach, Fla., 261 Rickerds, Ronald Lewis, Winter Park, Fla., 167, 280 Rider, Frank Edniond, Lake Placid Fla., 316 Ridgely. Daphne Lynn, West Palm Beach, Fla., 316 Ridout, Mary Kay, Jacksonville, Fla., 152. 153, 262 Ring, Janet Carol, Amityville, N.Y., 98, 111, 145, 262 Rioux, Sergei John, Daytona Beach, Fla., 262 Rizer, Robert Howard, Lakeland, Fla., 262 Roach, Roger Earl, Zellwood, Fla., 297 Roadarmel, Robert C, Jr., Lake Worth. Fla., 193, 200, 203, 316 Roberts, James Earmon, Bartow, Fla., 316 Roberts. Patricia Ann, Lakeland, Fla., 98, 316 Roberts, William Carlyle, Key West Fla., 297 Robertson, Ellen Kay, Roanoke, Va., 316 Robertson, Gail, Owensboro, Ky., 262 Robertson, Marjorie Jean, Coral Gables, Fla., 316 Robertson Robin Maxwell, Eagle Lake, Fla., 297 Robinson, Dorothy Jean, Clear- water, Fla., 149, 262 Robinson, Everett A., Ill, St. Petersburg, ' Fla., 280 Robinson, Katherine B., Carthage, N.C., 84, 86, 143, 172, 297 Robinson, Pax Tirrell, Altamonte Springs, Fla., 216, 316 Robson, Ruth Jeanne, Sanford, Fla., 297 Rodd, Diane Jean, Canton, Ohio, 143, 297 Rogers, Frances Virginia, Lake- land, Pla., 297 Rogers, Raymond Edward, Leonia, N.J., 109, 160, 161, 280 Rogers, Robert Russell, Leesburg, Fla., 262 Rogers, Thomas O., Jr., Miami, Fla., 216, 316 Rohrback, Jane Grifflths, North Miami, Fla., 136, 137 Romence, Sheryl Lynn, Grand Rapids, Mich., 86, 87, 297 Rosenfelder, Harold L., Pittsburgh, Pa., 200, 316 Ross, Donald Edward, Edgewater, N.J., 81, 171, 297 Ross, Eleanor Jean, Indian Lake Estates, Fla., 262 Roth, Gary Matchell, Northridge, Calif., 156, 162, 163, 205, 280 Rothchild, Linda Mae, North Cald- well, N.J., 316 Rothfuss, Susan Jane, Orlando, Fla., 316 Routsong, Mikal Jeanne, Largo, Fla., 297 Rowand, Sadie Bess, Lakeland, Fla., 316 Rowe, Thomas Walter, Pittstord, N.Y.. 217, 280 Roy, Musette Florence, Orlando, Fla., 316 Royster, Sandra Gail, Ft. Meade, Fla., 316 Rubio, Albert Michael, Tampa, Fla., 316 Rubush, Charlotte Anne, Lake Hamilton, Fla., 298 Rudolph, James George, Jr., Lake- land, Fla., 262 Ruke, Ruby Gayle, Ft. Myers, Fla., 134, 149, 280 Rumsey, Christine Ann, Winter Haven, Fla., 316 Runnels, Judith Ann, East Tawas, Mich., 316 Rusch, Katherine Mary, Delray Beach, Fla., 316 Rust, Randall Howard, Blooming- ton, 111., 99, 108, 169, 262 Rust, William Lee, Bloomington, 111., lOS, 312, 316 Ryder, James Albert, Kings Park, N.Y., 316 Saarna, Ene Tea, Miami, Fla., 317 Sabatini. Donald F., Madison, N.J., 186, 187, 200, 317 Sadler, James B., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 317 Salmon, Carol Elizabeth, Jackson- ville, Fla., 317 Sanborn, Mary Louise, Lakeland, Fla., 262 Sandberg, David Nils. Lakeland, Fla., 80, 132, 166, 167, 262 Sanfllipo, Paula Maria, North Miami Beach, Fla., 280 Sanford, George Garey, Lakeland, Fla., 113, 317 Santini. Joan Marie, Ft. Myers, Fla., SO, 146, 147, 263 Sapp, Paulette Louise, Jacksonville, Fla., 298 Sargeant, Janet Andre, Lakeland, Fla., 317 Sargent, Terry Anne, Haines City, Fla., 84, 145, 298 Saunders, Reginal Scott, Orlando, Fla., 216, 317 Saurman, Susan Jean, Pompano Beach, Fla., 298 Savage, Arthur Clinton, Hamilton, Ohio, 204, 263 Savage, Michelle, Lakeland, Fla., 168, 263 Sawyer, Thomas Richard, Jupiter, Pla., 118, 119, 196, 317 Schaefter, Edith Marilyn, Lake City, Fla.. 317 Schaffer, Harold Charles, Lady Lake, Fla., 317 Scharar, Tom Edward, Lakeland, Fla., 280 Schimpf, Nancy Lee, Latrobe, Pa., 263 Schindler, Charles R., Malvern, Pa., 167, 280 Schirmer, Susan Jane, Saugerties, N.Y., 116, 137, 183, 203, 206, 270, 280 Schlamel, Richard Carl, Shorewood, Wise, 169, 203. 205, 29S Schmidt, Henry George, Lakeland, Fla., 110, 298 Schwartz, Carlton S., Jr., Spring- field, Ohio, 167, 188, 280 Schwartz, Deborah Newton, Jack- sonville, Fla., 124, 317 Schwartz, Steven Mark, Somerville, Fla., 124, 317 Schwiering, James Ernest, Boynton Beach, Fla., 280 Scott, Beverly Dean, Lookout Mountain, Tenn., 80, 139, 298 Sears, Jeanne Sue, Casselberry, Fla., 317 Seels, Laura Anne, Huntington, N.Y., 317 Sellers, Barbara Ann, Tampa, Fla., 86, 96, 104, 116, 134, 146, 147, 280 Sellet, Jack Allan, Winter Haven, Fla., 110, 298 Sellner, John Robert, St. Peters- burg Beach, Fla., 99, 298 Sercy, Jenny Hawkins, Dunn, N.C., 298 Settles, Flora Dell, Lakeland, Fla., 263 Seward, Walter James III, Wil- mington, Del., 177, 200, 298 Shackelford, Marsha M., Miami, Fla., 86, 134, 153, 280 Shapiro, Leonard Harry, Erlton, N.J., 109, 263 Sharp, David Clyde, Auburndale, Fla., 317 Sharp, Margaret D., Lakeland, Fla., 96, 106, 126, 154, 155, 280 Shaw, Ellis Prewett, Coral Gables, Fla., 188, 191, 317 Shepard, Sherlene R., Sanford, Fla., 148, 149, 263 Shier, Thomas Errington, Orlando, Fla., 95, 114, 156, 159, 263 Shinkman, David I., Carbondale, Pa., 104, 177, 188, 189, 191, 204, 263 Shipley. Paul Larsen, Lakeland, Fla., 196, 216, 298 Short, Charles H., Largo, Fla., 216, 298 Shrader, Carl William, Atlantic Beach, Fla., 177, 280 Shufflebarger, John H., Lakeland, Fla., 100, 263 Shy, Susan Newton, New York, N.Y., 139, 203, 298 Siebenthal, Sally Jo., Atlanta, Ga., 112, 143, 263 Silvers, Ronald Steven, Miami Beach, Fla., 81, 124, 175, 218, 298 Simonson, Robert David, Pahokee, Fla., 108, 263 Skelton, Barbara Jayne, Miami, Fla., 89, 317 Skidmore, Tim N., Elmira, N.Y., 216, 317 Slaughter, Lanford T., Lakeland, Fla., 280 Slewett, Elinor Michele, Miami Beach, Fla., 264 Smedley, Ken Beavis, Orlando, Fla., 205, 264 Smelt, William Howard, Seville, Fla., 193, 298 Smith, Adrianne Irene, Daytona Beach, Fla., 317 Smith, Barbara Faye, Tampa, Fla., 317 Smith, Donna Darnell, Tampa, Fla., 317 Smith, Donna Jean, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 317 Smith, Edwin Cuttino, Lakeland, Pla., 264 Smith, Gilbert Mathew, Orlando, Fla., 193, 317 Smith, Helen Caldwell, Tampa, Fla., 102, 147, 264 Smith, Karen Gayle, Orlando, Fla., 280 Smith, Kathleen Lois, Parrish, Fla., 317 Smith, Kenneth William, Lakeland, Pla., 264 Smith, Linda Diane, Monticello, Fla., 317 Smith, Robert Hayden, Lakeland, Fla., 98, 172, 173, 264 Smith, Sandra Rives, Falls Church, Va., 86, 88, 104. 141, 203, 298 Smith, Sheila Carol, Melbourne Beach, Fla., 298 Smith, Stephanie Ann, Norwalk, Ohio, 298 Smith, Stuart Wav, Winter Park, Fla., 81, 84, 86, 88, 167, 280 Smith, Thomas Amorv, Amitvville, N.Y., lOS, 298 Smyly, Sandra Eileen, Lakeland, Fla., 317 Smyre, Lawrence B., Ill, DeLand, Fla., 108, 161, 298 Snavely, Harry Chiles, Peoria, III., 169, 298 Snively, Raymond Dean, Fairfield, Pa., 108, 161, 264 Snow, Janet Lee, DeLand, Fla., 139, t ' « ' » ' «•%-• % Snyder, D. Brooks, Fair Lawn, N.J.,95, 264 Snyder, Herbert S., Fair Lawn, N.J., 318 Snyder, Robert Jay, New York, N.Y., 318 Son, Susan Marie, Stuart, Fla., S9, 134, 142, 143, 280 Sonderhaus, Walter F., Jr., Orlando, Fla., 264 Sonenberg, David Allen. Miami, Fla., 199, 200, 203, 318 Soper, Robert Donald, Bethesda, Md., 101, 159, 281 South, Carole Anne, Baxley, Ohio, S4, 104, 149, 281 Southcott, Barbara Ann, Key West, Fla., 298 Souzon, Steven Bruce, Ardmore, Pa., 298 Spencer, David Kent, Laurelville, Ohio, 218, 299 Spurlin, William Edward, Jackson- ville, Fla., 99, 264 Squire, Richard C, II, Summit, N.J., 318 Stabell, Rosemary Kate, Winter Park, Fla., 281 Stamm, Charlona Marie, Zanesville, Ohio, 281 Standifer, Robert Thomas, Lake- land, Fla., 299 Steel, Mary Louise, Miami Springs, Fla., 318 Steinhardt, Walter, Lakeland, Fla., 264 Stephens, Charles Marion, Miami, Fla., 218, 318 Stephens, Karen C, Winter Haven, Fla., 318 Stettner, Edward Tarlton, Lake- land, Fla., 318 Stettner, Martha Wall, Lakeland. Fla., 264 Stewart, David Reid, Jr., Zolfo Springs, Fla., 281 Stewart, James Barton, Largo, Fla., 177, 196, 299 Stirn, Susan Lee, Sarasota, Fla., 149, 299 Stockton, Patricia, Rockville, Md., 86, 104, 117, 299 Stokes, Elaine Marie, Lakeland, Fla., 265 Stokes, Susan Caldwell, Fulton, Ky., 161, 281 Storter, Jeanne Lou, Naples, Fla., 84, 86, 299 Story, John Birk, Betterton, Md., 318 Stover, Allen W. K., St. Petersburg Beach, Fla., 299 Stover, Beverly Ann, Zionsville, Ind., 101, 134, 139, 299 Stowers, Alan Ray, Lakeland, Fla., 113, 318 Stults, Virginia Andreu, Winter Haven, Fla., 265 Stutzman, Merle Duane, Johns- town, Pa., 167, 265 Suber, Robert Clyde, Jacksonville, Fla., 169, 299 Sublett, Arthur Paul, Leisure City, Fla., 265 Sullivan, Harriet Lynn, Frostproof, Fla., 84, 145, 299 Sullivan, John Leslie, Orlando, Fla., 165, 281 Sutton, Linda Gay, Jacksonville, Fla., 86, 146. 147, 214, 281 Suzuki, Thomas John, Covington, Ind., 98, 103, 111, 115, 265 Swan, Thomas C, Cambridge, 111., 281 Swango, Stanley S., Ill, Davton, Ohio, 177, 299 Swata, Carol Evelyn, Miami, Fla., 155, 281 Sweat, Sue Ann, Mulberry, Fla., 318 Sweinimer, Marv Ann, Whitman. Mass., 318 Swenson. Peter Leonia. X.J., 318 Swift, William V., Jr., Lakeland, Fla., 265 Tall, Barbara Ann, Gary, Ind., 83, 133, 153, 281 Tallamy, Ruth Anne, Branehville, N.J., 89, 318 Tallman, Benjamin Ansell, Lake Worth, Fla., 167, 299 Talmadge. Douglas Van, Morris- town, N.J., 177, 216, 299 Tapper, Marilyn Rose, Maplewood, N.J., 214, 318 Tarr, Rodger Leroy, Dade City, Fla., 265 Tatum, Carl Michael, Lakeland, Fla., 318 Taylor, Bryan Judson, Lakeland, Fla., 98, 265 Taylor, David Kenneth Jr., Fayetteville, N.C., 318 Taylor, Gordon Richards, Maple- wood, N.J., 265 Taylor, Mitchell Irene, Miami, Fla., 318 Taylor, Ozburn Early, Jr., Coral Gables, Fla., 159, 265 Taylor, Sandra Kaye, Green Cove Springs, Fla., 299 Taylor, Wayne Bernard, Lakeland, Fla., 166, 187, 281 Teague, Russell E., Ill, Orlando, Fla., 265 Teasley, Jacqueline L., Kissimmee, Fla., 266 Tedder, Robert Woodrow, Lexing- ton. Va., 266 Tedder, Thomas Roy, Orlando, Fla., 318 Templin, Alice Helen, Oxford, N.Y., 318 Tennyson, Warren Douglas, Tampa, Fla., 99, 281 Tepper, Marsha, St. Petersburg, Fla., 124, 318 Terrell, Michael J., Stileville, Ind., 281 Tertany, Sandra Louise, Freemans- burg. Pa., 318 Test, Mary Elizabeth, Lakeland, Fla., 318 Teston, Linda Lee, Reddick, Fla., 266 Thacker. Susan Lancaster, Owens- boro, Ky., 203, 318 Thain, Harry Lindsay, Zephyrhills, Fla., 318 Thibodeau, Peter Alan, Orlando, Fla., 173, 281 Thompson, Leslie Earl, Lakeland, Fla., 159, 299 Thompson, William E., Ill, Ocala, Fla., 318 Thomson, Marjorie Ellen, North Miami Beach, Fla., 84, 86, 87, 147, 206, 299 Thomson. Nancy Mae, Jacksonville, Fla., 281 Thorn, Sandra Adele, Middletown, Ohio, 319 Thorne, David McCullough, Delray Beach, Fla., 165, 186, 281 Thornton, Richard B., Riverside, Calif., 216. 319 Thrift, Henry Samuel, Lakeland, Fla., 266 Thune, Lesley Caryl, Winter Park, Fla., 86, 104, 153, 266 Thurlow, Jeffery Reid, Ft. Lauder- dale, Fla., 115, 266 Ticknor, Shirley Ann, Lutz, Fla., 101, 299 Tiller, Louis S., Jr., Vero Beach, Fla., 167, 299 Timler, Paul Richard, Ft. Lauder- dale, Fla., 161, 281 Tingle, Earl Lester, Jr., Edgewater, Fla., 319 Tisdale, Mary Sue. Lakeland, Fla., 98, 111, 115, 281 Tompkins, Henry A., Lakeland, Fla., 319 Torres, Margarita, Puerto Nuerco, Puerto Rico, 319 Tower, John Cole, Chatham, N.J., 161, 186, 299 Tower. Mayhew Dearing, Holly- wood, Fla., 319 Tozour, Richard Ronald, Pitman, N.J., 177, 299 Traenkle, Elizabeth M., Lakeland, Fla., 281 Troy, Alexander J., Ill, Miami, Fla., 108, 161, 281 Turney, Patricia Ann, Winter Park, Fla., 319 Tyler, Marvin George, Lakeland, Fla., 299 Tyus, Harold Maurice, Starke, Fla., 98, 111, 115, 266 Uftord, Margery Anne, Ithaca, N.Y., 281 Ulrey, Jerry Lynn, Oviedo, Fla., 299 Vanhorn. Bonnie Dale, Islamorado. Fla., 299 Van Huss, Virdia K., Pompano Beach, Fla., 319 Vannostrand, Robert, Saratoga, Fla., 281 Varju, Allayne Jodie, West Palm Beach, Fla., 319 Varner, Susan Jeanne, Winter Park, Fla., 319 Vasseur, Berta, Brooklyn, N.Y., 319 Vaughan. Donald A., Eaton Park, Fla., 110, 114, 281 Vayo, Ronald Joseph, Ft. Myers Beach, Fla., 216, 299 Vey, Petley Clive, Lakeland, Fla., 281 Via, Cynthia, Annandale, Va., 319 Vick, Nancy Claudette, Lakeland, Fla., 319 Villano, Dennis George, Belleville, N.J., 196, 216, 319 Vogelsang, Robert L., Baldwin, N.Y., 103, 216, 299 Voight, Suzanne, Miami, Fla., 306 Vyner, Rick Nelson, Mamaroneck, N.Y., 197, 203, 282 Wachtel, John Dixon, Jacksonville, Fla., 319 Waddell, Castner Rolge, Greenfield, Ohio, 300 Wadsworth, William J., Jr., Lake- land, Fla., 266 Wager, Charlene Carol, Burlington. Vt., 300 Wagner, Evelynn Dora, Lakeland, Fla., 107, 266 Wagner, John Edward, Daytona Beach, Fla., 103, 122, 154, 266 Wagner, Richard Stanley, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 319 Waite, June Allison, Miami, Fla., 300 Waits, Julia Penelope, Pomona Park, Fla., 152, 153, 266 Wainer, Nancy Lee, Lakeland, Fla., 150, 151, 300 Walker, Diane S., Lakeland, Fla., 266 Walker, Gerald Gilbert, Bethesda, Md., 282 Walker, Jaines Albert, Lakeland. Fla.. 282 Wallace, Sharyn Allatia, Miami, Fla., 319 Wallace, Susan Gene, Cocoa Beach, Fla., 106, 319 Ward, Susan Louise, Arlington, Va., 151, 206, 300 Warden, Carolyn Vincent, Fairfax Villa, Va., 102, 203, 282 Warner. Cvnthia Ann, Willoughby, Ohio, 106, 125, 155, 282 Warner, Margery Farr, Wauchula, Fla., 282 Warwick, John Sidney, Chicago, 111., 107, 124, 174, 175, 267 Waters, Irma Nadine, Bartow, Fla., 282 Waters, William Edward, Winter Haven, Fla., 300 Waterson, Donna Gale, Lakeland, Fla., 319 Watkins. Eunice Kay, Melbourne, Fla., 153, 300 Watkins, Charles Thomas, New Castle, Del., 177, 282 Watkinson, William A., II, New- port, R.I., 108, 169, 217, 267 Watson, Claudia Marie, North St. Paul, Minn., 100, 141, 267 Watson, David Joseph. Newport, R.I., 120, 177, 201, 267 Watson, Wallace Carlisle, Cross City, Fla., 110, 218, 219 Watters, Sharon Frame, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 300 Watts, Dorothy Morrow, Titusville, Fla., 300 Waugh, Elizabeth Lee, Bartow, Fla., 86, 88, 112, 300 Weaver, James W., Jr., Lakeland, Fla., 282 Webster, Virginia, Allentown, Pa., 80, 131, 137, 174, 300 Weeks, James Clement, Penns Grove, N.J., 159, 216, 319 Weinstein, Jay Stephen, North Dartmouth, Mass., 124, 174, 175, 300 Weir, Kathleen Lynn, Middletown, Ohio, 300 Wells, Gertrude Thornhill, Alexan- dria, Va., 145, 300 Wells, Harold Robert, Atlanta, Ga., 84, 104, 267 Wells, John Scott, Fairborn, Ohio, 169, 188, 282 Wells, Wallace Kappel, Pittsburgh, Pa., 186, 187 Welty, Marv Susan, Dunedin, Fla., 112, 143, 267 Welsh, Walter Andrew, Ft. Myers Beach, Fla., 319 Wertschnig, Thomas V., Whitefish Bay, Wise, 319 Weston, Lola Margaret, Naples, Fla., 101, 119, 267 Wetmore, Betty Ann, Ft. Pierce, Fla., 86, 149, 267 Wheeler, Pamela Roszell, Largo, Fla., 282 Wherry, Suzanne Akers, Greenville, S.C, 319 Whidden, Dee Belle, Cape May, N.J., 320 Whisler, Paula Marie, Chesterland, Ohio, 134, 151, 206, 282 Whitacre, Willetta Ann, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 300 Whitaker, David Paul, Spring Lake, X.J., 300 Whitaker, Edward Parrish, Bristol, Va., 282 Whitaker. James Benjamin, Lake- land, Fla., 300 White, Jovce Beverly, Hatboro, Pa., 144, 145, 267 White, Paula Lou, Delray Beach, Fla., 319 White, Stephen Howard, Morris Plains. X.J.. 161, 300 Whitehurst. James Allen, Braden- ton, Fla., 217, 300 Wiborg, Ann, Miami Shore, Fla., 137, 282 Wickers, Sandra Jean, Key West, Fla., 267 Wilhelm, Charles Elliott, Belmont, Mass., 84, 171, 204, 267 Wilhelm, Harold Jan, Boca Grande, Fla., 81, 173, 204, 282 Wilhelm, Thomas Allan. New Canaan, Conn., 169, 300 Williams, Elizabeth M., Frostproof, Fla., 267 Williams, Kav Francine, Orlando, Fla., 320 Williams, Linda Sue, Sanford, Fla., 320 Williams. Lloyd Glen, Rensselaer, Ind., 300 Williams, Marilyn Arden, West Palm Beach, Fla.. 268 Williams, Mary Louise, Downers Grove, 111., 94, 96, 106, 155, 268 Williams, Patricia Ann, Dover, Fla., 320 Williams. Robert John, Lakeland, Fla.. 300 Williams, Robert Howard, Sanford, Fla., 159, 196. 300 Williams. Wanda Sue, Okeechobee, Fla., 268 Williams, Wilson C, Pittsburgh, Pa., 81, 166, 167, 268 Willis, Bettie Joyce, Punta Gorda, Fla., 320 Willis. Grace Eileen, Lakeland, Fla., 67, 183. 320 Willis, Hazel Louise, Haines City, Fla., 100, 268 Willis, Louise Wingfield, Culpeper, Va., 300 Wills, Gail Moody, Plant City, Fla., 282 Wills, Richard Jerome, Jr., Miami, Fla., 79, SO, 94, 108, 116, 122, 161, 268 Wilman, Marianne E., Clearwater, Fla., 126, 155, 282 Wilson, Daniel Lee, Watkins Park, N.Y., 163, 301 Wilson, Don Taylor, Apopka, Fla., 109, 177, 268 Wilson, Janet Fannin, Lakeland, Fla., 301 Wilson. 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