Florida Southern College - Interlachen Yearbook (Lakeland, FL)

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- ' ' %•» ' • 1965 INTERLACHEN VOLUME 33 TABLE OF CONTENTS Features 19 Beauties 61 Organizations 77 Greeks 133 Athletics 187 Military 219 Academics 225 Advertising 322 Index 338 INTERLACHEN STAFF ELAINE CENTER . . . Editor-in-Chief HARRISON EDINGER . Business Manager PAUL WILLE . . Campus Photographer BETTY TOY .... Editorial Assistant HAL WATERS . . . Editorial Adviser .».4 - 1965 INTERLACHEN Ui V HU ' J 3T il coQl .,:r mbmp. t « • % « « « » « GOD conceived the world, That was poetry, He formed it, that was sculpture. He colored it, that was painting, He peopled it with living beings. That was the grand divine Eternal drama . . . Charlotte Cushman VOLUME 33 FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE LAKELAND, FLORIDA M POETRY . . . the harmony of the created universe . . . silent . . . subdued . . . expressed at Southern .m the promises of each new day . . the stillness of a leaf . . . a quiet walkway . . . the miracle of discovery, as a student attempts to preserve a fleeting moment . . . all pieces of a pattern begun and end- ing in eternity . . . Above: The sun rising over Lake Hollingsworth. Above right: An evening view of the Senior Walk, passing between Edge Hall and Allan Spivey Hall. Right: Un- usual views of the Annie Pfeiffer and Danforth Chapels. ::::::::! ►•♦■♦■ . SCULPTURE . . . modern . . . moving . . . molding God ' s creation to man ' s 7ieeds . . . portraying clianging patterns in an inconstant world . . . yet, clinging to that ivhich is permanent . . . progress . . . purpose . . . Above: Two views of the striking architecture of Brans- comb Memorial Auditorium. Right: A leafless tree guards Annie Pfeiffer Chapel. iiiii:: ' Above: The esplanades form patterns against the sky. Left: Shadows soften the sharp angles of sculpture. COLOR . . . vital . . . vivid . . . intense . . . the glow of night . . . the sparkle of day . . . the brilliance of flowers . . . Southern ' s campus contrasted with the clear blue sky . . . gold . . . violet . . . rose . . . green . . . shining . . . giving life to the living . . . Right: Colorful flowers against an Esplanade. Below: The lights of Branscomb Memorial Auditorium at night. » %»%• « « • 10 . ::!:::: " COLOR . . . contrasting . . . contributing . . . creating . . . an invisible artist . . . a paintbrush in the hand of an unseen power . . . an endless picture . . . upper left: Lights burning late in the E. T. Roux Libran ' . Lower left: The stars and stripes wave over a converging campus. Right: Looking up at the planetarium from the President ' s garden. Beloxo: Annie Pfeiffer Chapel will for- ever remain the landmark of Florida Southern College. PEOPLE . . . personalities . . . the power of a crowd sweeping you up in its excitement ... a feeling of belonging . . . the group . . . a friend . . . someone close who means much . . . all laughing . . . loving . . . living . . . So it is the students and faculty who turn a campus into a college. They are the spirit at a ball game, the laughter at a dance, the warmth of friendship, the life of the school. 12 ♦ ♦ %«%•»%•%■% 13 1 The amazing camera catches momentary ex- pressions that otliers rarely note. The joy of friendship, a far-away look, a serious look- all are evidences of a self that is deep and unknown. 14 " tmfxmim- ' fffi ' ' % • • % ■•■% • 4 ' ft i » • % ♦ % « « « INDIVIDUALS . . . alone . . . in a crowd . . . each is unique . . . exhibiting a personality all his oivn . . . a reason for living . . . a dream for life . . . countless persons draxon together . . . all thinking . . . seeking . . . searching . . . 15 ACTIVE . . . alert . . . caught up in the activities of a busy day . . . much yet to accomplish . . . seeking knozvledge . . . com,panionship . . . fulfillm,ent . . . trutli . . . Above: Students pause between classes on the steps of Allan Spivey Hall. Right: The quest for answers is a constant effort in the chemistry lab. 16 ■)ivi«n H BiaPMWaMH(m «P l M t % « i « • % « %.«. Working with a teacher over a difficult part in a play, practicing an instrument until satisfaction is reached, relaxing with friends in a game of bridge— all are part of a day at FSC. EXPERIENCES . . . opportimities . . . moments lived to their fullest . . . the walkiuay . . . a classroom. . . . a conversation . . . the college year . . . Left: A scene from the freshman talent show. Above and below: Rain or shine, students always stop for a chat between classes. ■MPKHWWnWMHIIHK % • % % % ' %% %% 4 «V Features kh vaat •• ♦■♦•4 11% % % % ' i % ' % ' ratdf THE YEAR begins . . . neiu faces . . . personalities . . . experiencing ' . . . living . . . feeling . . . the emotion of a moment . . . a tear . . . a smile . . . quickly gone . . . then a reality . . . now confused memories . . . blending into the whole . . . this is what was . . . ONE OF THE CROWD . . . sharing the enthusiasms of campus sports . . . those first important meetings . . . a new life fouyided on social as well as aca- demic levels . . . the beginning of friendships and loyalties . . . 20 ♦ " V ♦ i i % % • % • «■• « There is nothing more fascinating than the many and varied expressions in a crowd. Although massed toget her, each face shows a thought, a feeling all its own. 21 WONDER . . . awe . . . fascination . . . perplexity . . . new horizons . . . the bewilderment of unfamiliar surround- ings . . . a question ivithout an ansiver . . . orientation . . . becoming an in- dividual . . . a breathless sigh . . . the mystery of it all . . . r..tr»f 4 ' :::::::::■ .♦ % • % • « « « 4 Receiving lines, more introductions, names to remember, and stilted conversations comprise the collegiate world in which the freshman suddenly finds himself. 23 Placement tests and picking up class cards are part of an involved but organized opera- tion. 24 A " . ' ■♦ ♦•♦•■ ADJUSTMENT . . . those first steps . . . through registration . . . picture tak- ing . . . placement tests . . . explanations and examinations . . . findiyig class- rooms . . . IBM cards . . . 25 A. %.4 4 4 4 UNCERTAINTY . . . uneasiness . . . the tough sophomore . . . a tense moment . . . a foggy memory in an exam . . . making the right impression during rush . . . the need to he accepted . . . So much of college life is a question mark surrounded by doubt. Examination week, rush parties, that neces- sary decision. 27 DISCOVERY . . . aiuakening . . . a sudden glimpse . . . that much sought after answer . . . the end of a search . . . the brink of new knowledge . . . philosophies . . . all revealing . . . Finding the solution after hours of effort, whether in the chemistry lab or the outside world, is the rewarding moment in the academic life. r.v-r ♦ ::::::::;H ' . %A %% % ' 4 4 ' i 29 ♦ ♦ ENJOYMENT . . . fun . . . laughter . . . a good joke . . . amusement . . . carefree moments . . . a Jiarmless prank . . . It is the lisht and happy experiences, although not always remembered, that erase passing worries and lend cheerfulness to each day. Laughter is truly contagious on Southern ' s friendly campus. 30 » % % % • « • « « % .♦ « • % • «.« « Le f ; Working together can be as much fun as playing to- gether, as shown in this scene from a sorority skit at the an- nual Bermuda Party. College means continuous competition, as students en- deavor to excel, whether it be in the classroom, on the court, or in a beauty contest. Nerve-wracking as it may be, the fear of failure or loss is always motivating. 32 ♦ «• %• «.« % TENSION . . . loorry . . . frustration . . . annoymice . . . the last sixty seconds of a game . . . an exam grade . . . late for an appointment . . . a term paper due . . . a feeling of helplessness . . . Right: Basketball coach Tom Greene watches anxiously as his Mocs attempt to control the ball in a close game. 33 SADNESS . . . depression . . . dismay . . . a jailing grade . . . a hopeless game . . . unsurmountable odds . . . dis- conragement . . . gloom . . . bnt it passes . . . 34 ir : :::::::? Ever) ' day has its disappointments which must be over- come and forgotten, if one is to continue toward a dis- tant goal. Faculty wives feel it, too. (Below). 35 ESCAPE . . . n iveU-timed vacation period . . . back to nature . . . coke and coffee time ivith friends . . . an all- campus dance . . . to the upbeat of " Let ' s Get Away From it All " . . . 36 • % • ; { J J ; J J While students head home for the vacation, the faculty finds its enjoyments on the nearby lakes, canoeing and fishing. 37 TIME FOR THOUGHT . . . a quiet ivalk in the rain . . . pensive moments remembering home . . . retrospect . . . thoughts for the future . . . special time for ourselves . . . and a time to reread special letters . . . A certain amount of solitude is vital in the busy, hectic week. But the outstretched hand of friendship is al- ways a welcome sight. 38 39 AWAKENING . . . reneiued interest . . . ideas take form . . . thoughts are crys- tallized . . . the prof, is finaUy getting through . . . understanding . . . new meanings . . . goals and ambitions take root . . . 40 p " « . A % % % % % ■ i % ' ( Moments of discovery are never forgotten, and touch off more inquiring thoughts, and a chain reaction de- velops, and we call it learning. 41 HOPE . . . trust . . . each new day . . . an opportunity . . . ajiother chance . . . a breathless moment . . . looking ahead . . . beyond . . . a prayer . . . Both team members and spectators hold their breath, longing for a victory, during a tense moment on the soccer field. 42 Hope finds its place in the routine trip to the post office, or in a sudden and fervent longing, just as in the less frequent threat of a tropical storm. Above: Anxiety combined with action when a student safe- guarded this car from Hurricane Dora. INSPIRATION . . . the response to a challenge . . . someone ivho is re- spected . . . Faith-in-Life Week . . . the enrichment of a discussion group . . . motivation . . . encouragement . . . the dynamics of purpose . . . The annual Faith-in-Life Week stimulated minds as never before with the presentation of modern trains of thought. Curious students flocked to the discussion groups, seeking answers and explanations. When the turmoil cleared, those who had opened their minds and hearts found new peace and understanding as they con- tinued in their academic endeavors. 44 ---M .• .♦ ♦ • % ♦ % • ♦ % • { Above: Bishop James W. Henley, now a resident of Lakeland, is greeted by campus lenders on his first visit of the year to FSC. 45 fy .l ns DETERMINATION . . . perseverance . . . renewed vigor . . . dedication to a task . . . undaunted action ... a mind made up . . . sometimes sheer stub- bornness . . . prompted by a purpose . . . driven by desire . . . 46 .♦ % » % ♦ « ■ t « ( — - ' -- " ' «sf ' ' -- ' -? i l ' t:f =: ' ? ' 2» Whether taking an exam, rushing to supper, or striving for victory, today ' s students react independently and decisively to their personal motivations. Each realizes his own individuality, and aims for what he is convinced is relevant. 47 ENTHUSIASM . . . exuberance . . . intejise loyalty . . . an excited cheer- leader . . . a cheering crowd . . . pulling together . . . jumping to their feet . . . clapping . . . yelling . . . emotion at its peak . . . Popular Prof, and Mrs. George Robinson perform a clever dance. 48 % %A % ■ % %-4 4-4 The enthusiasm of the Greeks adds to the spirit of the entire campus. IL RELAXATION . . . spare time . . . free moments . . . after an exam . . . talking with friends . . . an afternoon at the pool . . . skiing . . . eight hours sleep . . . fraternity socials . . . C.T. 101 . . . Jiayid after hand of bridge . . . ■■■il V jHH WMX w ' 1 ' fl WtKtlk LiH M K H I r " W il » wW i. • il t ' " " ' 11 50 ::::::::: Easy-going, carefree minutes round out a full clay. What could be nicer than having an hour with nothing to do? Each to his own, as some turn to bridge, others to the sun, and still others prefer to dance or talk. 51 I HAPPINESS . . . infinite joy . . . delight . . . lots of mail . . . belonging . . . feel- ing important . . . a task well done . . . ivhen everything goes right . . . a sorority song . . . a sparkle in the eye . . . the flicker of a smile . . . growing into a Great big smile . . . It ' s so easy to smile, forgetting disappointments or prob- lems. Then others can ' t help but join in, until laughter becomes part of the atmosphere at FSC. :::::::::? 53 COMPANIONSHIP . . . concern . . . understanding . . . a trusted friend . . . a fraternity brotherhood . . . an out- stretched hand . . . a growing attach- ment . . . the sharing experience . . . 64 The attachments made in four years of college are strong and lasting ones. Friendships formed within the bonds of a fraternity, a roommate, that special someone— these are relationships that can ' t be erased with gradution. 55 ACCOMPLISHMENT . . . success . . . recognition . . . praise . . . doing it by yourself . . . the fruits of strenuous prac- tice . . . the wealth of experience . . . overcoming the odds . . . a masterful performance . . . meeting the deadline . . . giving it the finishing touch . . . Below: The academic procession illustrates the result of years of hard work and effort. 56 Florida Southern offers purposeful students the oppor- tunity to improve their own interests and abilities. There is chance for expression and achievement in a variety of fields, ranging from drama to journalism. 57 Below: Achievement is reached in this scene from a Vagabond production. 58 • ; ; ; ; ;:t ; ji ' ' - % » %•♦ Above: A rewarding moment as a fraternity gives its pin to its new pledge sweetheart. FULFILLMENT . . . that ultimate achievement . . . complete satisfaction . . . the reality of a dream . . . a glance into infinite . . . seeing " face to face " . . . nearing the goal . . . one step further in the search for truth . . . 59 FULFILLMENT . . .Attaining Florida Southern ' s highest honor in recognition of scholastic achievement and extra-cur- ricular activities, that of Honor Walk student, is Margaret Sharp. She was chosen for " Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, " is president of the Southernettes and Pi Gamma Mu, a member of Westminster Student Movement, Cap and Gown, SFEA, W S G A, and Inter-Faith Council. She is a history major from Lakeland. Margaret Sharp is congratulated by President Thrift on being named Honor Walk Student for 1965. Top: Margaret is shown on the Honor Walk, a campus roll of outstanding students dating back to 1885 to which her name will be added. 60 It-vp t • % % ♦ ♦ ♦ % • % • %»«.«.« « » • - FL ' ■ ' ■JT ' J ' . ' % % % % 4 % ' % % ■ % iS.€fi.€Mt t4iy 61 . C4 P€ ticx Pat Caughey Sandy Lay Nancy Morris Sandy Railsback Ginny Reynolds Barbara Rosenthal Virdia Van Huss Linda Wooldridge 62 :;:r::::;l 63 MISS PATRICIA ANNE PARSONS Sponsored by the Southernettes 64 • » • %»%•«« 65 ♦♦•♦• .♦ MISS SUSAN STOKES Sponsored by Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority MISS PAT CAUGHEY Sponsored by Alpha Delta Pi Sorority V w li ft a C-t%ttv4S. %.S CANDIDATES MISS LAUREL GILMOUR Sponsored by the Senate MISS BARBARA SELLERS Sponsored by Kappa Delta Sorority MISS SUE SCHIRMER Sponsored by Alpha Chi Omega Sorority ♦ %• MISS PENNY PENDLETON Sponsored by Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority MISS PATTI PARSONS Sponsored by the Southemettes MISS BARBARA TALL Sponsored by Zeta Tan Alpha Sorority 67 MISS SANDRA JO RAILSBACK Sponsored by Alpha Delta Pi Sorority :i:l: ::::;! FIRST RUNNER UP MISS VIRGINIA CAROL REYNOLDS Sponsored by Phi Mu Soiority 70 ; : ;:::::::! l u CS f l4 vt4 cJV« SECOND RUNNER-UP MISS NANCY JANE MORRIS Sponsored by Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity ♦«•»■ V f I i d 5- Sf wttA:. %X M. Xt i.wty FINALISTS AIISS VIRDIA K. VAN HUSS Sponsored by Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority MISS SANDRA LAY Sponsored by Kappa Alpha Fraternity MISS NANCY JANE MORRIS Sponsored by Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity 72 MISS LINDA LAYNE WOOLDRIDGE Sponsored by Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity MISS BARBARA LEE ROSENTHAL Sponsored by Sigina Sigma Sigma Sororitv It kA % ' % A- A- A MISS MRGINIA CAROL REYNOLDS Sponsored by Phi Mu Sorority .JlbM iiiilki MISS PATRICIA CAUGHEY Sponsored by Sigma Alpha Epsilon Eraternity 73 c CLS t ip t%- S5. e4 kc«lXe d MISS MARY FLATH MISS LYNN TOMLINSON MRS. LINDA McCaffrey MISS LINDA PARSONS was voted " Best-Dressed Coed " by W.S.G.A. 74 MISS BEV STOVER holds the title of Miss Lakeland 1965. • ••• %•• MISS GINGER WEBSTER MISS NAN JOHNSON MISS KAY CHELLMAN 75 • • «• • ■ Mr. Lome Greene BEAUTY JUDGES Lome Greene, well-known for his role as Ben Cart vright in the Bonanza tele- vision series, performed the task of selecting Miss Interlachen 1965 and her runners-up from photographs of the eight finalists. It is with sincere appreciation to Mr. Greene and the other judges that the Interlachen announces Miss Interlach- en 1965 and her court. e l: E C « E To the Staff The Interlachen Florida Southern College Judges ( (■ to right): Mr. John Bryson. gen- eral manager of the Lakeland Chamber of Commerce; Miss Toni Gengler. Miss Lake- land of 1963: and Mr. Hal Waters, director of publications, narrow the field to eight finalists. 1. % % % % % % % • ♦ % • xrvT tf ' .| ; r Organizations nil ' VvA - ' fc GROUPS with a purpose . . . a plan . . . a common goal . . . leaders . . . followers drawn together . . . cooperating . . . learning . . . serving . . . 77 Seated: Caughcy. SchimRr. Standing: Hall. Edman. Student Government Association The Student Government Association is the par- ent organization of such branches as Supreme Court, the Senate, and Men ' s and Women ' s Stu- dent Government Associations. It serves as a co- ordinator and guide for these branches. Florida Southern ' s SGA is a member of the Southern Universities Student Government Association (SUSGA). OFFICERS BILL EDMAN President DON HALL Vice-President SUE SCHIRMER Secretary PAT CAUGHEY Treasurer Supreme Court Lejt to right: Justice Barbara Sellers; Dean Phillip R. Campbell, adviser; Chief Justice Sunny Zimmermann; Justice Raleigh Bailey; Justice Georgia Lawrence. 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 jurisdic- tion in all legislative matters. It is composed of five justices: one chosen from the facidty or ad- ministration, and four from the student body. 78 ii:::::::? First Row: Reid, Bozeman, Webster, Pendleton, Caughey, Hardesty, Parsons, Ballantyne. Second Rozc: Idenden, Carmel, Friedman, R. Rogers. Ferguson, Edman, Brani- gan. Third Row: DelVecchio, Buzzelli, Hull, Kinibrough. J. Rogers, Hall. Senate The Senate co-ordinates activities of the student body. Working with the president and other officers are male and female senators, each serving one year from each of the four classes, and two senators-at-large, vho are from the sophomore and junior classes, and serve two years. The Senate meets twice monthly and sponsors the Freshman Orientation program, the campus TB Drive and the Christmas Dance and conducts all campus elections. « • . Women ' s Student Government Association The Women ' s Student Government Association is a governmental subsidiary of the Student Gov- ernment Association. It is composed of repre- sentatives of sororities and independent women who are elected by resident women students. In addition, day women students are represented in WSGA. The Association serves as a court for infractions of College and house rules, and strives to uphold the standards of women resi- dents at Florida Southern College. OFFICERS PAT BECK President LAUREL GILMOUR Vice-President BONNIE DAVIS Secretary-Treasurer MARGI KINCAID Clerk MELODY WOLFE Sergeant-at-Arms First Row. Davis, Archanibault, Leeper, Rice, Coleman, VanHuss, Kincaid, Eickenberg. Second Row: Miss Wil- liams, Livingston, Beasley, Shirah, Shotwell, Stockton, Wolfe, Gilmour, Dean Eicholtz. Third Row: Miss May- rose, Page, Sharp, Hurt, Ezell, Grove, Moore, Kent, Beck. 80 ir-y.i ' fe ▲ % ' % A ' A A A Junior Advisers First Row: Taylor, Wright. Lipski, .Slockton. Second Roiu: Ezell, Gilmour, Holmberg, Watkins. The Junior Advisers are a select group of junior women who are screened and invited to be a Junior Adviser by a student-faculty committee. Chosen on the basis of personality, scholastic achievement, activities and interest, it is the highest honor a junior woman can receive. Those women accepting the position are trained. They then live in the freshman residence halls, where they are sought by the girls for advice and guidance or a friendly conversation. Social Standards Committee The Social Standards Committee is a branch of the Women ' s Student Covernment Association. The Committee is composed of the social chair- men of the women ' s residence halls, having been elected by the girls in their respective halls. Their purpose is to raise the social standards of FSC coeds. The committee members publish " The Southern Charm, " a newsletter to the coeds. The Committee held their annual fall fashion show, highlighting the year with the an- nual Bride ' s Party in April with a showing of bridal china, silver, crystal, attire, etc. First Row: Patton. Rubush, Green, Dent, Hurt. Second Row: Pittman, Beasley, Harber, Livingston. " ■S SIP Men ' s Student Government Association Men ' s Student Government Association was formed on campus in 1959 under the com- bined efforts of the Director of Men ' s office and the Student Government Association. The organization is made up of one representative from each fraternity and independent male housing unit. The purpose of the MSGA is to establish and enforce disciplinary regulations for male students. OFFICERS BILL DURRANCE President JIM JACKSON Vice-President LARRY AKER Secretary-Treasurer BILL LUKES Justice RON SILVERS Justice First Row. Durrance, Higgason, Kinney, Jackson. Mc- Naniara. Aker, Ryder. Second Row. Gaines, Wells, Scharold, Cronin, Lukes. Silvers. Third Row. Martin, Keeler, Hockensmith, Thompson, Helton, Rubio, Bailey. 82 Advisers Council for Resident Men First Row: Eiscnberg, Helton. Hopgood, Harris, Ciil)- son. Parsons. Second Row: Martin, Longo. Kesler, Watson, Fried. Third Row: Hall, Smelt, Petrone, Mc- Knight. Each year outstanding men are selected as ad- visers for the men ' s freshman residence halls. The jimior and senior men selected have a 2.2 average or better and exemplify qnalities of leadership. They help gi e the residence halls a friendly and orderly atmosphere. By work- ing closely vith the office of the Dean of Stu- dents and with their adviser, Director of Men Frank P. Szabo, the residence advisers provide a connection bet veen the students and the administration. OFFICERS DAN HOPGOOD President BOB McKNIC;HT Vice-President nOl!C; YOUNG secretary n.WE WATSON Social Chairman RON ' AYO Chairman, Coordinator 83 ' " ■ • ■ A The Southern Dave Little, Co-Editor 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 DAVE LITTLE Co-Editor BUDDY LEE Co-Editor JUDY NEWTON Assistant Editor BONNIE HOLDER Feature Editor MIKE TERRELL Sports Editor Editorial Writers: Hal Fried, Roy Harris, Mitzi Hoffman, Jackie Jonas, Jan McWhorter, Pam Permar, Stu Smith, Marge Thomson, Kay Williford. Staff Writers: Steve Aarthun, Paula Atwell, Crickett Bard- well, Jerry Buzzelli, Monline Cleveland, Laurie Douglass, Perry Edge, Toni Eichhorn, Margaret Fichtner, Joe Gauches, Margaret Hussey, Elizabeth McRae, Terry Oberle, Sandra Rudder, Ronnie Silvers, Alan Stowers. BUSINESS STAFF PUNCH EDINGER Business Manager JERRY BUZZELLI Ad Layout Editor Layouts: Barbara Cook, Linda Jordan. Ad Solicitors: Richard Emmons, Mike Gardner, Susan Rogers, Linda Wooldridge. Circulation Staff: Montine Cleveland, Nadyne Grove, Karen Hombeck, Nora Kells, Kathy Martin. ASSISTANTS PAUL WILLE Photographer ALLEN DOWNARD Assistant Photographer BETTY TOY Bookkeeper FACULTY ADVISER HAL WATERS Director of Publications Above: Buddy Lee, co-editor. At right: Judy Newton, assistant editor. 84 Above: Susan Rogers, Montine Cleveland, Nadyne Grove, and Punch Edinger find working on the busi- ness staff fun. Below: (Seated) Ronnie Silvers, Kay Willi- ford, Margaret Hussey. (Standitig) Jerry Buzzelli, Mike Terrell, Steve Aarthun at work. V 1 The editor is consulted. Mit ie Hoffman, Dave Little. Bonnie Holder. 85 1965 INTERLACHEN For the third consecutive year, the Interlachen received a first place award from Columbia ' s Scholastic Press Association. The tradition of fine yearbooks that has been established is a result of the effort put out by the entire staff. EDITORIAL STAFF Elaine Center Editor-in-Chief Punch Edinger Business Manager Betty Toy Editorial Assistant Mr. Paul Wille .... College Photographer Mr. Hal Waters Faculty Adviser EDITORS: Penny Beardsworth, Anne Boyd. Bruce Cash, Gin- ny Coleburn, Barb Duncan, Toni Eichhorn. Susie Gray. Nan Johnson, Linda Kiddoo, Sue Mclrvin, Pat Stockton, Bev Stover, STAFF: Steve Aarthun, Betsy Bateinan, Aleta Brown, Marilyn Brovs ' n. Allen Dovs ' nard, Cathy Edwards. Donna Hailing. Pat Hardesty, John Hayes, Gay Hemdon, Mitzi Hoffman, Mar- garet Hussey, Chuck Hines, Adrianna Knight, Sarah Laymon, Kelly Lamb, Myra Lecper, Miriam Marley, Candy Mayse, Judy McFarland, John McLeod, Jane Morrison, Frank Okta- vec, Delcy Pardo, Sandy Railsback, Sandra Rudder, Susan Stanley, Beverly Shultz, Sue Voight, Paula White. Above: Betty Toy checks the proofs as they are returned from the printers. Below: Mr. Wille scans his pictures for any flaws. Right: Mr. Waters looks over the proposed cover. •F515I jr mm m J k l M iM H •:- ' L Above: Elaine Center, Editor, checks the production book so she can post what still must be done. Right: Barbara Sellers, editor of the 1964 Intcrlachen, and Mr. Waters, adviser, admire the first place award received from Columbia Scholastic Press Association. Below: The Greek staff, headed by Penny Beardsworth (standing,), selects casuals for the fraternity pages. 87 1965 INTERLACHEN continued Sandra Rudder; Pat Stockton, Features Editor; and Bev Stover, Beauties Editor; consult their layouts for picture size. The class editors have a hard time deciding which pictures to eliminate. ' % ' ft ' % ' % ' %-% Above: The Business staff, headed by Punch Edinger, checks on an ad, while Toni Eich- horn, index editor, marks off the pages. Below: Bruce Cash, sports editor, compares his idea with the ' 64 Interlachen. Right: The organizations staff, consisting of Beverly Shukz, Sue Mclrvin, and Sue Voight, fit their pictures to the layout. Vagabonds Vagabonds is an organization designed to pro- mote mutual aid and encouragement for stu- dents of drama and speech. Eligibility for mem- bership is determined by the organization as designated in the constitutional by-laws. Out- standing plays from the professional theater and experimental plays, written, produced, and directed by members, are presented. First Row: Morgan, Stanley, Leitner, Taylor, Bozeman, Heckle, Ensign, Ferrara, Gotwalt, Langdon, Gearhart, King. Second Row: Chellman, Shaw, Churchill, Fleming, Dent, Panarello, Burton, Goslin, Lynch, Merryman. Third Row: Martin, Shultz, Brown, Hubbard, Wallace, Valdez, Eisen, Dr. Jordan, Mrs. Ibberson. Fourth Row: Freeman, Curtis, Fletcher, Richter, Schmidt, Ward, Eaker, Kinney, Mr. Wooton. OFFICERS BR. D KINNEY President HELEN LEITNER Secretary BILLIE EAKER House Manager 90 These scenes are from Vagabond productions. Upper left: Sherry Wallace prepares Marinez Col- lins for " The Corn Is Green. " Left: Brad Kinney, Bill Fletcher, and Nancy John Langdon portray a scene from " The Man Who Came To Dinner. " Above: Bill Deupree as Teiresies and Dennis Har- rison as the young boy depict a stirring scene from " Antigone. " 91 ••■♦ ' ♦♦ •♦•♦• Concert Band li vv--« ' rm» First Row: Parsons, Crowell, Luke, Partin, Neel, Messe- berg, McClary, Cravens, Kruckemyer, Mishalanie. Sec- ond Row: Harding, Cloyd, Patterson, Dissinger, Mc- Cormick, Lemons, Stephens, Owens, Aker, Chipley. Third Rozv: Renner, Bailey, Haas, Lundeen, Swank, McGilL Fourth Row: Loy, Mills, Hepler, Mayers, Par- sons, Miller, Florin, Cody, Dr. Anderson. Fifth Row: Hawk, Flood, Slayden. Hazelwood. Gietek, Hurn. Smith, Hopgood, Gross, Gibson. OFFICERS DARRELL PARSONS President JAMES OWENS Vice-President RENE CHIPLEY Secretary-Treasurer Dr. Kenneth C. .Anderson Director 92 r P : ii x:vza: Above: Many long hours are required for perfection. Below: Teamwork and coordination are the keynotes. Right: To obtain perfect pitch on the kettle drum, she listens closely to the vibrations. Concert Choir OFFICERS CHARLIE BIRDSONG President PATTY PARSONS Vice-President CLAUDIA MILLER Secretary PATSY LESTER Treasurer DARRELL PARSONS Business Manager LINDA SMITH Librarian PATRICIA WIRICK Wardrobe Above: Mr. Jack Houts, Director. Below: Mixed Chorus. First Row: Lester, L. Smith, Donaldson, McCormick, Loy, Miller, Cook, Hughson, Hawk, Stokes, Gates, Luke, Ensign. Second Row: Center, Cobble, Gilmour, Owens, Swank, Warren, Stout, Inglis, Mayers, Hazelwood, P. Parsons, Gietek, Swata. Third Row: Rust, Birdsong, S. Smith, Ridges, Slayden, McRae, Robbins, Jordan, Hubbard, Gilleland, Wirick, Cohen, Hornback. Fourth Row: Murphy, McLeod, Lukes, Gibbons, Harding, James, D. Parsons, Eisnaugle, Lundeen. IT vA ii 94 K. ' r Above: Girls ' Chorus. First Row: Brown, Hogsett, Rom- berger, Metz, Griffee, Ferrara, Myers, King, Woods. Sec- ond Row: King, Partin, May, Dykstra, Tallamy, Gietek, Kincaid, Rakowski, Barone. Third Roiu: Bradley, Wolfe, Downing, Hurn, Ervin, Welch, Salmon, Shirah, Morgan. Fourth Row: Tertany, Fritschel, McAdains, Wherry, C. Reynolds, Streeter, Lynch, G. Reynolds, Wallace. Below: Mr. Houts leads the practice session shown at right. 9S ' •♦•♦-♦•• Bill Edman, Patty Parsons, Peggy Adams Sue Tisdalc, Bobbi McDonald, Margaret Sharp Who ' s Who IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES Margaret Jane Adams Raleigh Bailey, Jr. Patricia Ray Beck William Walker Edman Lee Blake Jacobs Susan M. Livingston Barbara A. McDonald Sara Lynn Northrup Patricia Anne Parsons Margaret M. Pendleton Linda Lee Ray Barbara Ann Sellers Margaret D. Sharp Mary Sue Tisdale 96 « « ♦ i ♦ V ♦ » I.iiida Lee Ray, Barbara Sellers The honor of being selected for Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Uni- ersities is bestowed upon those senior men and women vho are outstanding in scholastic a ' erage, extra curricular activities, citizenship, service to the College, and promise of future useful- ness. The Who ' s Who committee was appointed by Dean Phillip R. Camp- bell. Dr. J. Birney Gross is the chair- man of the committee. Other mem- bers are Dean Hattie L. Eicholtz, Dr. Margaret L. Gilbert, Mrs. Grace Sny- der, Dr. Billy J. Williams, and Mr. Frank P. Szabo. Members from the student body are Pug Mason, Pan- hellenic president; Pat Beck, WSGA president; Bill Edman, SGA president, Simny Zimmermann, IPC president. Lynn Northrup, Susan Livingston Pat Beck, Penny Pendleton, Raleigh Bailey 97 Cap And Gown 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 Gown includes an over-all " B " average, the classification of a junior, and special distinc- tion in at least one phase of collegiate activity. Cap and Gown brings together the most rep- resentative women in all phases of college life and creates an organization for service to the college. Each year. Cap and Gown together with Omicron Delta Kappa sponsor a leader- ship banquet for outstanding students on campus. OFFICERS PENNY PENDLETON President SUE LIVINGSTON Vice-President BARBARA SELLERS Secretary LYNN NORTHRUP Treasurer First Row: McDonald, Northrup, Parsons, Klein- schmidt, Ray, Tisdale, Sellers. Second Row: Hunt, Pendleton, Beck, Sharpe, Livingston. Omicron Delta Kappa OFFICERS BOB KIMBROUGH DEAN PHILLIP R. CAMPBELL . Left to right: Edman, Dean Campbell. Hall, Kimbrough. Jacobsen, Omicron Delta Kappa recognizes men who have attained a high standard of efficiency in collegiate activities. The 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 understanding. Members are chosen on the basis of leader- ship, character, fellowship, scholarship, service to campus life and adherence to democratic ideals. The members worked with the Student Government Association on the Cancer and T.B. Drives. President . AdWser Beta Beta Beta Beta Beta Beta is the honor society for stu- dents of biological science. The qualifications for membership in Beta Beta Beta are a 2.5 over-all average and a " B " average in science. The aim of the organization is to promote the dissemination of scientific truth and to en- courage the investigation of the life sciences. The three aspects of its program are stimula- tion of sound scholarship, edification of scien- tific knowledge and promotion of biological research. OFFICERS SUE TISDALE President JIM McGEE Vice-President C. ROL SWATA Secretary DR. JOHN FUNDERBURG Adviser First How: Evans. HofF. Schwartz, Wesson. Mishalanie, Bostleman, Dr. Gilbert, Mr. Eickenberg. Second Row: Soper. Cleaver, Kent, Jenkins, Tisdale, Coruni, Gould, Dr. Funderburg, Dr. Field. Third Roiv: Belcher, Eis- enberg, Swata, Jordan, Harris, Rickerd, Culbert, Forthofer. Fourth Row: Donnelly, Graham, Mullens, Marshall, Roberts, .Mexander. McMichael, Streeter, Petterson. 100 Delta Sigma Pi OFFICERS DAVE JAMISON President JOHN SF.LLNER ice- President MIKE BRAMGAN Secretary PHIL LEMONS Treasurer First Roic: Guthrie, Ulrey. Jamison, Thompson. Sec- ond Roll ' : Gregory, Branigan, Little, Troy, Freeman, Rogers, Hopgood. Third Row: Lasdon, McGee, Reeve, Babcock, Helton, Patterson, Weinstein. Fourth Row: Edinger, Vannostrand. Schwiering. Jenkins, Wil- helm, Lemons, Walker, Sellner. Delta Sigma Pi. the professional fraternity for men in the business field, meets on Tuesday nights. The organization sponsors prominent speakers from tiie business world and acts as a medium between the college graduate and the employer. The main purpose of the fraternity is to foster the study of business and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture in the community. The national president of Delta Sigma Pi isited the cam- pus chapter this year. The fraternity took trips to Cape Kennedy and the Federal Re- serve Bank in Jacksonville. President Dave Jamison represented Delta Sigma Pi at the United States Chamber of Commerce conven- tion for Florida schools in Orlando. 101 Kappa Delta Pi Kappa Delta Pi recognizes outstanding con- tributions by men and women to education and encourages high professional, intellec- tual, and personal standards for teaching. Re- quirements 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 outstanding senior in the field of education. OFFICERS PATSY LESTER President GAIL HOUSE Secretary MRS. JULIA SNOOK Adviser First Row: Wilson, House. Lester. Second Row: Mrs. Snook, Mr. Henry, Kruckemyer, Jackson. Kappa Pi OFFICERS DON SOPER . . . CHERYL JACKSON SUE HOBSON . . LANEATA FARAON . . President 1 ' ice-President . . Secretary . . Treasurer First Row: Mas tak, Faraon, Jackson, McFarland, Newkirk. NcciUcs, Mr. Doak. Secorid Row. Railsback, Stover. Hobsoii. Duncan, Wager. Kappa Pi, the international Iionorary art fra- ternity, was installed on the campus in 1943. The purpose of Kappa Pi is to promote greater artistic interest and achievement among art students. The club takes field trips to points of interest in the state, such as the Ringling Museum of Art in Sarasota and vari- ous art shops. They sponsor an art students ' exhibit each semester. Fred Lasswell, the crea- tor of the Snuffy Smith comic strip, was ini- tiated into the FSC chapter last year. Require- ments for membership are 12 completed hours of art, a major or minor in art, and a " B " averaare in the 12 hoins of art courses. 103 OFFICERS JIM YEATTS President JIM YOUMANS Vice-President HEIDI LINCOLN Secretary-Treasurer Phi Epsilon Mu Phi Epsilon Mu, Florida Southern ' s society for physical education and recreation majors, was founded on campus in 1959. The purpose of Phi Epsilon Mu is to foster the proper teaching and understanding of the virtues and needs of physical education. The organiza- tion has done much toward preparing its members for work in this field. First Row: Farenwald. Warden. Coleman. Lincoln. Gabel, Hogsett. Miss Kemp. Second Row: Mr. Luce, Carter, Masaitis, Martin, Mowbrav, Yeatts. : ij:Ci3iB» (fei-i .% % i-%-A ' % ' % ' %-4 Phi Mu Alpha First Row: Edinger, Harding, Lukes. Martin. Second Row: Hazelwood, Lundeen. Phi Mu Alpha, one of the newest organiza- tions on Florida Southern ' s campus, was or- ganized under the auspices of the music de- partment. The purpose of Phi Mu Alpha is to further musical interest and recognition of musical accomplishments. Membership re- quirements are an active interest in music and an overall 2.0 average. Phi Mu Alpha spon- sored its annual AU-American Concert, a spring concert of music by American com- posers. OFFICERS BILL LIKES President PHIL LUNDEEN Vice-President BILL H. 7.EL VOOD Secretary PUNCH EDINGER Treasurer MARK H. RDING Historian 105 ■ ' ■♦ ' Pi Delta Epsilon firu Rnir: Cliiui. McWhorter. Storter. Ray, Gray, Stockton, King, Beardsworth. Second Roiv: Bateman, Bardwell, Hoffman, Perniar, Thomson, Grove, Sellers. Third Row: Buzzelli, Edinger, Little, Fried, Mr. Wa- ters. OFFICERS PAT STOCKTON President SUSIE GRAY Vice-President ROXY KING Secretary LINDA LEE RAY Treasurer TONI EICHHORN Historian Pi Delta Epsilon is an honorary society for students interested in journalism. The chap- ter at Florida Southern was established in 1953. Membership is open to upperclassmen with an over-all 2.5 average who take an active part in campus publications. The aims of the organization are to teach the techniques, ethics, and mechanics of jotirnalism, to pro- mote better fraternal feeling among fellow journalists, and to further honest and demo- cratic journalism. Pi Delta Epsilon sponsored its annual creative writing contest, the high- light of the year, which is judged by a promi- nent author. • % • ♦ « » OFFICERS JOAN WOLFE President MRS. PIERCE LINK Vice-President RONNIE GXOZZIO Secretary SARA OSBORNE Treasurer Psi Chi Psi Chi, honorary psychology society, was established at Florida Southern in April, 1960, by the psycholog) ' department. Membership is open to majors and minors in the field of psychology. The purpose of the organization is to promote psychological studies on cam- pus. Initiation is held t vice a year. Members make reports on new developments in psychol- ogy. Highlights of the year were Dr. Link ' s demonstration of hypnosis and the annual end-of-the-year party. First Ruic: Dr. Link, Mrs. Link. Gnozzio. Stockton. Faraon, Stover, Osborne. Second Row: Wolfe, Free- man, Lukes, Esau, Beatty. 107 Sigma Rho Epsilon First Row: Beck, Elliott, Archambault, Gibbons, Adams, Wilman, Jonas. Second Row: Brown, Esau, Rosenthal, Bailey, Nortlirup, Sharp, Zukowski. OFFICERS LYNN NORTHRUP President PEGGY ADAMS Vice-President JACKIE JONAS Secretary-Treasurer SUSAN BROWN Historian Sigma Rho Epsilon is an honorary organiza- tion which furthers the interest and develop- ment of religious education on campus. Mem- bership in Sigma Rho Epsilon is open to religion majors, to those interested in this field, and to the wives of pre-theological stu- dents. Members made articles for the Marion Lea Training School and during Greek Week they led service devotions. Guest speakers provide social and inspirational talks at the organization ' s meetings each week. 108 .vnvivmiB ' .UA ' i ' iRvH;! Gamma Sigma Chi Gamma Sigma Chi, the professional religious fraternity, helps promote religious activity and encoinages its members in their prepara- tion for the Christian ministry. Membership is open to all pre-theological students. Gamma Sigma Chi co-sponsored with Sigma Rho Epsilon their annual Christmas party for the children at the Florida Baptist Children ' s Home. They sponsor a monthly faculty-stu- dent forum and usher at the Wednesday Chapel services on campus. OFFICERS |ACK DURBIN President DICK GWINN Vice-President JIM OWENS Secretary CHUCK CANNON Treasurer TOM McCLARY Chaplain First Row: Owens, Kerr. Durbin, McClary, Hines, Hornback. Second Row: Harris. V ' arren, Bailey, Fus- ter, Curtis. Third Row: Rev. DeLacure. Rains. Rep- ple, Chaviano. 109 ♦ ♦ ♦ Sigma Tau Delta Sigma Tau Delta is the national honorary fraternity for English majors. Membership is limited to those having a " B " average or bet- ter in at least 18 hours of English. The pur- poses of Sigma Tau Delta are to keep English scholars informed of new happenings in their field and to serve as a medium for an ex- change of ideas incorporating eleven phases of the English language. The fraternity spon- sors the Esplanade magazine, a collection of writings by FSC students. OFFICERS BILL FLETCHER President DR. RAYMOND LOTT Adviser Left to right: Fletcher, Dr. Lott, Dr. Jordan, Elliott, Pepper, Gibson. 110 » V Alpha Psi Omega ««»%««««» First Row: Langdon, Livingston. Eaker. Newkirk. Dr. Jordan, Mrs. Ibberson. Second Row: Fletcher, Kin- ney, Addair, Mr. Wooton. The national dramatic honor society, Alpha Psi Omega, was chartered at Florida Southern in 1938. Membersliip requirements include an active interest in the field of dramatics, participation in campus or community pro- ductions, and membership in the Vagabonds. Embodied in the constitution of Alpha Psi Omega are all the ideals of the fine arts known to men today. It is based on a Shake- spearian backgroimd and members profess to uphold the tradition of quality and honor in all tasks. OFFICERS BRAD KINNEY President SUSAN LIVINGSTON ice President 111 •♦■ . Pi Gamma Mu ... y- ..MM First Row: Wright. Mrs. Snyder. Abbott, Gnozzio, Eaton, Edman. Second Roic: Sharp, Dr. Link, Dr MacGowan, Edens. OFFICERS M. RG. RET SHARP President MRS. GEORGE MORRIS Vice-President ELSIE WRIGHT Secretaij Pi Gamma Mu, the national .social science honor society, is the oldest professional honor- ary on campus. Founded in 1924, it was brought to Florida Southern soon afterward by the late Dr. Ludd M. Spivey, president of the College for 25 years. The purposes of Pi Gamma Mu are to improve scholarship in social studies; to inspire social services to humanity; to understand the differing opin- ions and the structure of social institutions through higher education; to encourage the study of social sciences by stimulating the interests of undergxaduates, graduates, and faculty members. A scholarship fund is avail- able for members wishing to do graduate work. This organization sponsors a student- facidty forum, with professors of social sciences as speakers, followed by an open dis- cussion. rwiwnvBWi wmtvKi ■ ' , mmw % • f - " - - tena ' S ' t- i. ■ I OFFICERS DONNA ABBOTT President SUE PATTON Vice-President JOANNE NEEDLES Secretary GINNY COLEBURN Treasurer PAT STOCKTON Historian MRS. EVELYN SCHOONOVER Adviser Student Florida Education Association The Student Florida Education Association, one of the largest organizations on campus, is a professional organization for majors in the field of education. SFEA gives the student an opportunity for active participation in both state and national educational associations. The purpose of SFEA is to orient the student to his profession and train potential leaders. This year SFEA set up a memorial scholar- ship in honor of the late Mr. J. Gordon Ogden, Jr., professor of education at Florida Southern for many years. The Florida Southern College chapter of the Student Florida Education Association. 113 ♦ 1 OFFICERS CRAIG JACOBSEN President DON HALL Vice-President BOBBIE McDonald Secretary ELAINE CENTER Treasurer Political Union The Political Union of Florida Southern, or- ganized in December, 1954, established as its motto, " Better Minds for Better Politics. " At the monthly dinner meetings, active political figures address the club and answer members ' questions on political philosophy and its prac- tical applications. The Political Union co- sponsored the successful Political Affairs Sym- posium in October to discuss pertinent issues of the November presidential election. Among the prominent political figures vho spoke, those featured were William Chappel, former Speaker of the Florida House of Representa- tives and Fred Karl, prominent Florida lawyer. First Rozc: Tapper, Duncan, Wilson, Bozeman, Har- desty. Center, Abbott, Heckle, Leitner. Second Row: Stover, Hicks, Shy, Beatty, McDonald, Reid, Da vis, Sellers. Third Row: Wright. Wolfe, Leeper, Caughey, Hall, Oktavec, Kinney, Edman, Dr. Jordan. Fourth Row: Millen, Carmel, Buzzelli, Kesler, Baldwin, Scho- field, Jacobsen, McLeod, Cash. J WilUrt ' K ' iV ar Circle K OFFICERS BUTCH BORREGO President RAY ROGERS ice-President SANDY TROY Secretary TOM SMITH Treasurer DAVE DEL VECCHIO Historian First How: Hull, Thompson, Ulrey, Troy, Freeman. Kiesel, McGee, DelVecchio, Martin. Second Row: Kin- sey, Sellner, McCranie, Hopkins, Soper, Snavely, Rust. Rogers. Third Row: Borrego, Durrance, Mosher, Longo, Gustafson, Tallman, Squire. Fourth Row: Noonan, Wells, Barber, Dravecky, McKnight, Rem- ington, Kinney. Circle K is one of the newest clubs on the campus and was chartered in April, 196.S. It is the college branch of the Lakeland Kiwanis Club. The primary objective of Circle K is to serve the school and commimity. This year ' s activities were highlighted by the annual Ki- wanis Pancake Festival in the spring. Mem- bers are selected from students with a 2.0 overall average wiio show leadership ability on campus. Soil Conservation Society First Rou : Gould, Culbert, Hovey. Vaughan, Mc- Cranie, Carmichael. Second Row: Council, Clark, Haskew, Kerr, Mr. Lyle. OFFICERS BOB CARMICHAEL President WAYNE JACKSON Vice-President MIKE OGILVIE Secretary-Treasurer DONALD HOVEY Parliamentarian The Soil Conservation Society is the newest of the science organizations at Florida Southern College. Membership is open to all students of citrus, science or social studies. The pur- pose of the Soil Conservation Society is to study ways and means of conserving our na- tion ' s most valuable resource— the soil. OFFICERS DONALD X ' AUGHAN President LARRY McCRANIE Vice-Preiident BOB KERR Secretary LAMAR RIMEL Treasurer ROBERT KOPP Reporter Citrus Club Promoting the students ' interest in the depart- ment, the Citrus Club is an organization which provides its members with an oppor- tunity to meet with experts in the field of citrus. This year two members of the Plant Inspectors ' Board spoke to the club at one of tlie monthly meetings. The annual Citrus Club banquet was its usual success with rep- resentatives and guest speakers from all over the state present. The club put out regular newsletters to its members and alumni to keep them informed about new developments in the field. The annual Florida Citrus Mutual Award will be presented to the outstanding citrus major in the May graduating class at graduation exercises. The recipient for 1963- M was John Timothy Rankin. First Row: Mr. Mack, Keithly, Chason, Ciilbcrt. Vaughan, Sellet, .Adams, Kopp, .Albritton, Ho ey. Second Roiu: Haskew, Rimel, Blocker, Gould. Haynes, Roberts, Ogilvie, Kerr, Carmichael. Third Row: Becker, Clark. Race, Cross. McCranie, Rimbrough. Grimes, Council. ' ■ « f ■ • 4 Home Economics Club First Row: Mrs. Link, Hamme, Waugh, Taylor, Hevener, Athearn, Hardesty, Mrs. Ellison. Second Row: McGill, Stover, House, Taylor, Grantham, Lemons, Caughey. Third Row: Perkins, Mrs. Piatt. A professional society for women in the field of home economics, the Home Economics Club strives to develop and promote interest in the various aspects of home economics and foster better stu- dent-faculty relationships. The Florida Southern club is affiliated with both the state and national Home Economics Associations. Highlights of the club ' s activities for the year were the annual Christmas banquet and the style show, the students modeling clothes they have made. OFFICERS G, IL HOUSE President PAT CAUGHEY Vice-President BETSY ATHEARN Secretary KAREN PERKINS Treasurer 118 ' ■ . ' %-% ' % ' 4%-ft OFFICERS INGE RUTHEL President JIM G. OWENS Vice-President HELEN LEITNER Secretary-Treasurer International Club The International Club is an organiza- tion for students from foreign countries and those interested in learning more about other countries. Informative dis- cussions and guest speakers help to widen the members ' knowledge of our foreign friends and their countries. The year was highlighted by the club ' s presenta- tion of the annual award to the Out- standing Foreign Student on campus. First Row: Montgomery, Pardo, Ruthel, Lake, Leitner, Hofftnan, Heckle, Paredes, Mrs. Sim- boli, Mrs. Ibberson. Second Row: Giiliard, Fleming, Dent, Finney, Mrs. Toda, Dr. Jordan, Bennett, Dr. Simboli. Third Row: Owens, Koerper, Imai, Bottom, Dr. Toda. Dr. Hori, Mrs. Hori, Alexander. pi — S 1 T k.M t , a k f wT-S M i A J |Kf 4flH _ ' E r F- w • v--lC HT-fllH L, A r f H ff vH i m 3(3Gr- 9 K HF B T ■« J l l JB IBh K m A l ifPl l 1 1 Iri Florida Academy of Science First Row: Regan, Dr. Gilbert, Tisdale, Alexander, Roberts, Longo. Second Row: Dr. Jordan, Mr. Smith, Belcher. Rickerd, Swata, Patterson, Dr. Funderburg. Third Roio: Eisenberg, Dr. Hutchman, Dr. Willard, Bostelman, Kent, Mr. Eickenberg. OFFICERS ERNIE BOSTELMAN President SUE TISDALE Vice-President PAT ROBERTS Secretary-Treasurer MR. EARL D. SMITH Adviser The Florida Academy of Science is composed of Florida Southern College students who are majoring in the various areas of science. The purpose of the organization is to promote research and experimental science. Its mem- bers meet monthly, featuring visiting scien- tists as guest speakers. Among their numerous activities are trips to plants and laboratories in the area. 120 I ,% % i ■ % ■ A % ' 4 ' % • % OFFICERS DALE POTTER President CLIFFORD KENT Vice-President MICHELE DONNELLY Secretary -Treasurer MR. EARL D, SMITH Adviser American Chemical Society The national American Chemical Society was founded in 1876. In November, 1958, chemis- try majors formed Florida Southern ' s Robert S. Bly Chapter, affiliate of the American Chemical Society. The purpose of this organi- zation is to improve qualifications of chemists, to advance chemical kno vledge, to promote research, and to encourage advancement of chemistry in all branches. Membership is open to all students interested in chemistry as a profession. First Row: Potter, Doniully, Ciaham, Streeter, Pet- terson, Houser, Tisdale. Second Row: Mr. Smith, Schwartz, Vaughan. Blount, Eisenberg, Dr. Willard. Third Row: Blessing. Kent, Regan, Bostelman, Co- rum, Longo. 121 OFFICERS PETLEY VEY President BARNEY BARNETT Vice-President BILL ADAMS Secretary HARRY SNAVELY Treasurer WALKER MITCHELL Historian Accounting Club The Accounting Club is designed to enable its members to see the practical aspect of ac- counting in the world outside the classroom. Membership is open to not only accounting majors, but all other students interested in the field. The speakers the club engages give them a personal glimpse of general account- ing principles. Among their many activities are trips and tours of local city governments to observe the accounting processes used. First Row: Ensticc, Little, Wilhelm. Snavely. lyler, Adams, Aker, Lundeen. Second Roio: Miss Temple- ton, Harriett, Haynes, Weinstein, Helton, Belden, Pat- terson. Third Row: Lee, Mitchell, Vey, Walker, Mr. Knippers. -7i::i.TiywwiMtoT»W4 .i •; %!%%%. 4«% Women ' s Business Club ()i- ' i-r;i.r.s BOBBIE Mcdonald president LVNNE MURPHY Vice-President CATHY EDWARDS Secretary LINDA MEYERS Treasurer Virst Row. Meyers, Cook, Eaton, McDonald, Douglass, Edwards. Second Row: Hebbard, Murphy, Bailey, Miller, Young. Third Row: Anderson, Caton, Pitt- man. Cleek, Ficquette. The Women ' s Busine.ss Club was recently organized on campus to promote the interest of Florida Southern ' s coeds in the business world. This organization brings together wo- men who are business majors or show a pro- found interest in business. Members are kept well informed on the business world today through carefully planned meetings and pro- grams. 123 Music Educators Conference First Row: Gietek, Slaydon, McCormick, Hazelwood. Second Row: Dr. Anderson, Swank. Adviser to the Conference, Dr. K. C. Anderson, goes over the score with Lee Slaydon. The Music Educators Conference is an organ- ization open to all music education majors. They meet once a month, and their varied programs concern music in the schools. They discuss and learn the proper methods of teach- ing music in the schools. Their current proj- ect is the establishment of a record library for music majors. v ;; ni aMwafttB « OFFICERS BARBARA KLEINSCHMIDT President ELIZABETH McRAE Secretary-Treasurer MR. THOMAS BRIERLEY Adviser American Guild of Organists The American Guild of Organists is an or- ganization consisting of the organ students on campus. They meet twice a month and listen to various types and makes of organs. Mem- bers study the history of the organ, and familiarize themselves with its functioning. They presented a recital each semester. I T: First Roiv: Mr. Brierly. Flood, Kleinschmidt. Second Row: Northrup, Hazejwood, Parsons. 125 ' ■ •♦• Alpha Mu Sigma The women ' s honorary music fra- ternity, Alpha Mu Sigma, is for music majors and minors and oth- ers interested in the field of music. Among their activities are usher- ing at College concerts, and per- forming with Phi Mu Alpha, the men ' s honorary music fraternity, in concert. Representatives of the national Alpha Mu Sigma are in- vited to speak to the group during the year. All members of Alpha Mu Sigma are also active in other campus music activities. OFFICERS LINDA HURN President LYNN NORTHRUP Vice-President NADINE ROBBINS Secretary-Treasurer JILL HALL Chaplain First Row: Streeter, Petterson, Archam- bault. Flood, Hall. Second Row: Hum, Northrup, Swata, Robbins. - ■ ' .imaiif.mrv iqaHMfc-; ' Inter-Faith Council ii offic;ers ROY HARRIS President SANDRA SMYLY Vice-President MARGARET SHARP Secretary Fint Roic: Kruckcmyer, Sharp, Sniyly, Zink, Maiii k-, Rosenthal. Second Row: Kincheloe, Harris, Sanborn, Birdsong. The Inter-Faith Council is comprised of two delegates from each denominational group on campus. The purpose of the Council is to unite the campus religious organizations in closer bonds of friendship. The Council cen- ters its activities around the organization and success of the annual Faith and Life Week. Dr. Carl Michaelson, nationally known pro- fessor at Drew Theological Seminary, was the key speaker this year. Among the other out- standing speakers were Rev. Chuck Hunter, FSC aliunnus; Rev. Clark Reed; and Mrs. Caxton Doggett. Dr. John Parker, interpre- tative jazz pianist added much to the success of the week by presenting a " concert under the stars. " 127 Baptist Student Union First Row: Hughson, Marshall, Smyly, Esau, Hurt, Nevin. Secoyid Row. Brackney, Cleaver, Kincheloe, Churchill, Jones. Third Row: Mr. Smith, Gieger, Kimbrough, Col. Geiger. OFFICERS CAROL KIMBROUGH President SANDRA SMYLY Vice-President DL NE ESAU Secretary 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 extends the influence of the church to the entire cam- pus. Its membership is open to all Baptists. Members become active when they join a Bap- tist church in the educational center or any unit organization that is represented in the BSU Council. 128 :« %««««% Chi Alpha OFFICERS ESTHER ZINK President JERI JACKSON Vice-President SANDRA GIBSON . . . Secretary-Treasurer Chi Alpha is a religious organization comprised of members of the Assem- blies of God. It familiarizes students with Bible courses in an effort to de- velop a better campus religious cli- mate. Chi Alpha members participate in social activities and campus func- tions as well as special events during the school year. Rev. Robert CJailin. C.ibson, Zink. Sheppard, Sheppard. 129 » ♦ ( OFFICERS LEO FOX President TOM EISENBERG Vice-President DEBBY SCHWARTZ Secretary NANCY WAINER Treasurer RENEE GOODMAN Historian Hillel Club The Hillel Club is an organization of Jewish students interested in promoting the Hebrew ideals on the campus, in the com- munity, and in the world. Some of their activities include holding a monthly bagel and lox breakfast for all members, social hours, and interesting speakers for their meet- ings. This year Prof. Doug Holden showed slides and gave a talk on his Israel trip. Through the combination of religious teach- ings with social meetings, they gain a greater knowledge of their Hebrew heritage. First Row: Pardo, Schwartz, Alper. Tepper, Eisen. Second Row: Fox, Goodman, Wainer, Rosenthal, Eisenberg. 130 Methodist Student Movement k ■ J Ma. V l . » |TV ) tl ;-f» " " The Florida Southern College Chapter of MSM. The Methodist Student Movement is a group of Methodist students united for the purpose of furthering the attitudes of Christianity on the campus. MSM activities inchide sponsor- ing an international banquet honoring for- eign students on campus, caroling at Christ- mas time, and attending the quadrennial Na- tional convention held this year in Lincoln, Nebraska. Pledges received from the club are sent to various Methodist missions. The Methodist Student Movement strives to pro- vide for the spiritual, moral, social and intel- lectual needs of the college student. OFFICERS CHARLIE BIRDSONG President PATTY PARSONS Vice-President PAT BECK Secretary ELSIE WRIGHT Treasurer 131 _•• • . X OFFICERS MARGARET SHARP President MARIANNE ' WILMAN Vice-President BETTY GIBBONS Secretary SUE McIR ' IN Treasurer ARLYNE EERRARA Chaplain Westminster Fellowship The Westminster Fellowship, formerly named the United Campus Christian Fellowship, is an organization of Presbyterian students in- terested in promoting Christian ideals on the campus, in the commiuiity, and in the world. One of its activities is making gifts for the Thornwell Orphanage in Clinton, S. C. The Westminster Fello vship endeavors to empha- size the importance of granting its members an opportunity to develop their Christian beliefs by serving in several social projects, and by cooperating with the other religious organizations on campus. First Row: Slaydon. Gibbons. Ferrara, Wilman. Sec- ond Row: Sharp, McGinnis. 132 4 Greeks YVCi)l!:ill -iUyV iiijJ !iie (jifai ry x- " THE BOND of brotherhood . . . together united . . . many yet one . . . each contributing to the ivhole . . . t)itittiaUy caring . . . sharing ideals . . . goals . . . troubles . . . joys . . . the outstretcJied hand . . . 133 Barbara Sellers. Kappa Delta Butch Chaboudy, Theta Chi GREEK HALL OF FAME Barbara Klcinschmidt. Delia Zeta: Pug Mason, Alpha Chi Omega Bill Becker, Sigma Alpha Epsilon 134 Hoppy Hopkins, Kappa Alpha Larry Boctklcn, Sigina Phi Epsilon These students have been chosen to the Greek Hall of Fame for their outstanding work toward the betterment of the College and the Greek system. Sunny Zimmermann, Sigma Chi Susan Livingston, Phi Mu 135 Left to right: Sunny Zimmermann, Marsha Kane, Larry Friedman. Greek God and Goddess The Greek God and God- dess are elected annually. Ev- ery fraternity and sorority nominates one candidate for god and goddess respectively, and these nominees are voted on by all the Greeks. This year finalists were selected, and the Greeks voted again on these. The identity of the chosen two was announced in the spring and they ruled over Greek Week. The 1965 Greek Goddess is Marsha Kane rep- resenting Kappa Delta, and Greek God is Larry Friedman, Tail Epsilon Phi. They are re- ceiving their trophies from Sunny Zimmermann, president of Interfraternity Coimcil. The finalists, shown below, are (left to right): Bob Mc- Knight, Pi Kappa Alpha; Friedman; Dave Watson, Theta Chi; Kane; Melody Wolfe, Alpha Chi Omega; and Crickett Bardwell, Alpha Delta Pi. 136 !%■% ■•%% ' % ' %.! Greek Life Through money- making projects, the Greeks work together for the betterment of their community. At the right are the Tri Sigs, anx- ious to name the " ugliest man " on campus. Below: the Greeks bag Halloween candy for less fortunate children. Lower right: an entry in the Delta Zeta Cornucopia Con- test. 137 •»«■• I GREEK LIFE, and its many varied activities, keeps the Greeks busy, but they never stop smiling. On the opposite page are scenes from sjcits the sororities present freshmen girls. It ' s hard to say who has more fim— the sorority girls in their various roles or the atidience. 138 ♦. ' " ' ■■■ • ' i ' ♦ ' % ' ♦ ' ♦ " ;»• .» .- ;♦ : .1 ..•• 139 ♦ ♦•♦ Left to right: Center, Loy, Mason, Lipski. OFFICERS PUG MASON President ELAINE CENTER Vice-President PAM LIPSKI Secretary SANDY LOY Treasurer Panhellenic Council The Panhellenic Council holds a most respon- sible position in the everyday life of the College. The Council acts as a forum for the discussion of fraternity and sorority problems, fosters the id eals of fraternity life on a high level, and gov- erns the rules of sorority rushing and pledging. Some of the functions of Panhellenic are rush, the Bermuda Party, a tea for independent women featuring sorority displays, and an an- nual Christmas Open House and Christmas Sing. Panhellenic collected for the Heart Fund and helped with the Cerebral Palsy Drive in the spring. Membership includes two representatives and an alumnae from each sorority on campus. Dean Hattie Eicholtz is the adviser. First Row: Reid, Willis, Center, Kleinschmidt, Mason, Lipski, Loy. Second Roxo: Esau, Mclrv ' in, Nelson, Hern- don, Haskins, Caton. 140 % • % To the left is a picture from the skits at the Bermuda Party and directly below it is a display presented at the Panhellenic Tea. Below is a familiar scene from Fall Rush. 141 BETA OMICRON CHAPTER Left to right: Voukey, Elliott, Fulford, Ezell. Alpha Chi Omega Together let us seek tite lieights. Alpha Chi Omega was founded at DePauw Uni- versity, Greencastle, Indiana, on October 15, 1885. It was the sixth national fraternity to be founded and now has 100 active chapters. The colors of Alpha Chi Omega are scarlet and olive green and its official flower is the scarlet carna- tion. The Lyre is the National Magazine. In 1947 the National Convention of Alpha Chi Omega adopted the cerebral palsy project as their national altruistic work. Chartered on the Florida Southern campus on November 13, 1936, Beta Omi- cron Chapter holds an annual Christmas " cheer party " for the entire campus to help benefit their cerebral palsy fund. In December of each year the Alpha Chi ' s choose a fraternity to help sponsor a Christmas party for local imderprivileged children. OFFICERS JAN ELLIOTT President SUSAN EZELL Vice-President MARTI YOUKEY Second Vice-President JANE ROHRBACK Treasurer " Sure enough, I ' m an Alpha Chi! ♦ ♦ • %♦ % « •%. Linda Bostelman Sara Coolbaiigh Susan Ezell Nancy Field Carolyn Fulford Linda Gibson Kathy Grubb Evelyn Harvey Kay Heidt Joyce Jo Larry Friedman Sweetheart Pug Mason J " an McMichael Linda Moore Mary Gay Nelson Sharlenc O ' Doniel Nancy Pepper ( M M Ellen Robertson Jane Rohrback Sue Schirmer Ginger Webster Melody Wolfe Marti Voukey 143 Alpha Delta Pi GAMMA GAMMA CHAPTER We live for each other. Left to right: Taylor, BarchvcU, Hardesty, Shy. OFFICERS PAT HARDESTY President SUSAN SHY Fice-Presiderit CRICKETT BARDWELL Secretary IRENE TAYLOR Treasurer Alpha Delta Pi was founded on May 15, 1851, at Wesleyan Female College in Macon, Georgia, as the Adelphean Society. It became the first secret society in the vorld for college women, and the mother of the entire sorority system. The Gamma Gamma chapter was granted a charter on Florida Southern ' s cainpus on April 27, 1946. Last year National Alpha Delta Pi recognized Gamma Gamma as the most outstanding chapter in Florida. The ADPi ' s received the high scholarship a vard for the ' 64 spring semester. Alpha Delta Pi and Sigma Alpha Epsilon co-spon- sor the annual Greek Sing, in which all fraternities and sororities compete in song. Twice a year the ADPi ' s collect food for a needy family. Alpha Delta Pi maintains the Memorial Fellow- ship Fund to bring outstanding foreign women to the United States for advanced study and also grants scholarships to its members for graduate study. Blue and white are the chosen colors, and the official flower is the violet. " All right, who told us today was Wednesday?!? " 144 • %• % ♦ «%■ Sharon Anderson Betsy Batcnian Crirkett Bardwell Linda Beatty Glcnda Bozeman 1, Id P §1 Pat Caughey Elaine Center Ginny Coleburn Laurie Douglass Cathy Edwards Carol Gilbertson II «to i I . _ . _ Gayle Godwin Johnnie Hevcncr Gina Latimer Myra Lecper Barbara McDonald Anne Nichols 7f I Sandy Railsback D. J. Reich Susie Shy Janet Snow Bev Stover Irene Taylor V ' © Sherri Walters Eileen ViIl 145 is Marilyn Wolfe Linda Wooldridge GAMMA THETA CHAPTER Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Gamma Delta was founded at Syracuse Uni- versity, Syracuse. New York, on May 30, 1904, and now has 95 collegiate chapters. Since Gamma Theta ' s installation at Florida South- ern on April 26. 1958, the members have held an an- nual Christmas Faculty Tea. Alpha Gamma Delta contributes to the National Society for Crippled Children and Adults which provides fellowships for training counselors in aid to the handicapped. Its colors are red, buff and green exemplified by the fraternity flowers, red and buff roses, with green leaves. Left to rit lit: Fichtner, Pendleton. Heck, Layninn. OFFICERS PAT BECK President SARAH LAYMON Vice-President MARGARIA FICHTNER Secretary PENNY PENDLETON Treasurer " Somethinar tells me I ' m overdressed. ' 146 ) ' .%■% ' % ' % ' %■%. f Dottie Abel Mary Ann Aicllo Aleta Brown Susan Brown Jane Downing Cheryl Eddy Toni Eichhorn Diane Esau Margaria Fichtner Susie Gray Donnie Greenway Mary Holmberg l.M i Rosemary Hunt Linda Hurn Linda Kiddoo Margi Kincaid Jul ' t Knight Nancy Lang Sarah Laymon Patsv Lester Jovce Pendleton Penny Pendleton Mary Ann Pittman Donna Smith KAPPA GAMMA CHAPTER Alpha Omicron Pi Alpha Omicron Pi was founded on January 2, 1897, at Barnard College, Columbia University, New York City. Since then AOPi has grown nationally to the number of 72 collegiate chapters in the United States and Canada. The national philanthropic work is Alpha Omi- cron Pi ' s Social Service Department, which organized the Frontier Nursing Service in 1931 in Kentucky. Their color is red, and the national flower is the Jazqueminot rose. To Dragma is the fraternity maga- zine. Alpha Omicron Pi was the first local sorority on campus and was called Kappa Gamma Tau. This local sorority became National Alpha Omicron Pi on May 5, 1946, as the Kappa Gamma Chapter. Left to right: Gnozzio, Looker, Duncan, Osborne OFFICERS ANNE LCJOKER President SARA OSBORNE Vice-President FRAN DUNCAN Secretary RONNIE GNOZZIO Treasurer " Rock, rock, rock of Ages. ' P p. f ! Judy Bottom Frances Duncan Billie Eaker Bobbie Eiscn Pam Fuhrman Bobbie Gates IksU Ei Ronnie Gnozzio Marian Hawk Gay Herndon Carolyn Hicks Cathie Holland Fran Lake Anne Looker President f f f Pam Lipski Virdia Van Huss Bonnie Wager Sherri Wallace Pam Wheeler Ray AVilliford 149 1 Sally Luke Sara Osborne Sallv Proctor Sheila Smith Marsha Tepper Delta Zeta BETA MU CHAPTER To seek the truth and defend it always; so that I may ivalk truly in the liglit of the flame. Left to right: Palmer, Martin, Morris, Kleinschmidt. OFFICERS BARBARA KLEINSCHMIDT President NANCY MORRIS Vice-President KATHY MARTIN Secretary MARSHA PALMER Treasurer Founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, on October 24, 1902, Delta Zeta now has 162 national chapters. Delta Zeta contributes to Gallaudet College for the Deaf through the provision of hearing aids and the equipping of reading rooms. Beta Mu Chapter was installed at Florida Southern on December 11, 1936. Spring semester last year the Delta Zeta ' s received the most Improved Scholarship Trophy. In November of each year they sponsor the Cornucopia Contest for the benefit of a local welfare organization which distributes the food to needy families. The colors of Delta Zeta are old rose and vieux green, and the flower is the Killarney rose. Beta Mu Chapter received national recognition by the induction of one of its outstanding members, Barbara Kleinschmidt, to the Delta Zeta National Honor Court. " Ugh! 150 • % ♦ % • « %.« Joya Antinori Nancy Baker Montinc Cleveland Carolyn Cook Elaine Eaton Nadyne Grove Donna Hailing Karen Hornbeck kathy Marlin ' Wc ' Barbara Kltinschmidt President Nedra Martin Ji ' ' y M Y Nancy Morris Carol Noecker Marsha Palmer Charlotte Rubush Barbara Skelton Ruth Ainie Tallann Betty Tracnkle Trudic Wells 151 » ♦ . •(. . Kappa Delta GAMMA EPSILON CHAPTER Let us strive for that u ' hich is honorable, beaiitijul, and highest. Kappa Delta Sorority was founded on October 23, 1897, at State Female Normal School of Virginia, now Longwood College, Farmville, Virginia. It has 103 active chapters throughout the nation. Gamma Epsilon Chapter was established on the campus of Florida Southern College on February 15, 1955. In December, the Kappa Delta ' s sponsored their first annual " Tree Trimming Contest. " Pearl white and olive green are the chosen colors and the white rose is the flower. Kappa Delta was the first of the National Panhellenic Conference Groups to select aid and care of crippled children as a na- tional philanthropy. Work with the Crippled Chil- dren ' s Hospital in Richmond, Virginia, was chosen as a tribiue to foimding of the sorority in that state. Left to right: Lawicntc, Sellers, Mclrvin, Donnan. OFFICERS GEORGIA LAWRENCE President LYNDA DORMAN Vice-President BARBARA SELLERS Secretary SUE McIRVIN Treasurer ' What am I doing here?! " 152 i£ Paula Ambrose Ellen Bicrmann Tina Carroll l.vnnc Crankshai Pat Crawley Lynda Dorraan De Ann Duff Carol Edens Betty Grcenman Margaret Husscy mm Dick Dorraan Sweetheart Georgia Lawrence President ££ Connie Idcndcn Evelyn Joiner Marsha Kane Carol Kimbrongh Heidi Lincoln .SueMcIr in f a Anita Meide J " l ' Mitchell Connie Moore Renee Moss Pat Pontius Barbara Sellers Marge Thomson Shirley Ticknor Pamela Yates Sue oight 153 ♦-♦•♦■♦• ■ Phi Mu ALPHA TAU CHAPTER The Faith ful Sisters Left to right: Abbott. House. Renton. Hebbard. OFFICERS KATHY RENTOX President LYNN HEBBARD Vice-President DONNA ABBOTT Secretary GAIL HOUSE Treasurer Phi Mu vas founded at Wesleyan College, Macon, Georgia, on March 4, 1852, and now has 86 collegiate chapters across the United States. In 1945, " Four Roads to Reconstruction " , scholarships for women in the fields of medicine, occupational therapy, nutrition, and social service, was established. In 1922, the Healthmobile in the State of Georgia was adopted as a National philan- thropic project. The Phi Mu ' s also sponsor a Greek family through the Children ' s elfare Federation. Each Christmas a party is given for a local orphan- age. Alplia Tau was granted a charter at Florida Southern on May 15, 1954. Its colors are pink and vhite and the Enchantress Carnation is the of- ficial flower. The Aglaia is the national maafazine. " I ' m sorry young lady, but we don ' t allow dogs in the sorority house! 154 Donna Abbott Penny Beardsworlh Marilyn Brown Diane Carter •»■•• % ' Fran Caton Mary Comfort Bonnie Kay Davis Geraldyne Hatch Lynn Hebbard Maryan Heckle Kathv Renton Gail House Helen Leitner Susan Livingston Sandy Loy Carolyn McCauley Linda Me)crs Claudia Miller Marv Millikcn Kay Page Susan Prcwitt Ginny Reynolds Gale Ruke Carole South Sue Stirn Marcia White 155 ♦ ♦ • ♦ BETA PHI CHAPTER t% - j - Wi f l§ ' ' ff ' . K ' .i ' Usi! .! ' sk f Lf ( to iighl: Wainer, McWhorttr, Reid, King. OFFICERS JANET McWHORTER President MARY REID Vice-President NANCY WAINER Secretary ROXY KING Treasurer Sigma Sigma Sigma Fait Ii fill Unto Death Founded at Long vood College in Farmville, Vir- ginia, on April 20, 1898, Sigma Sigma Sigma now has 62 active chapters across the nation. Tri Sigma ' s National Philanthropic project is the Robbie Page Memorial Fund at the North Carolina Memorial Hospital in Chapel Hill. The college com- munity, while contributing to this cause, is benefitted by the fun and excitement of the " Ugly Man Con- test " which the Tri Sigmas hold every year. They also sponsor a Christmas party for a local orphanage. The official colors of Tri Sigma are royal purple and white, the jewel is the pearl, and the flower is the purple violet. The Triangle is their magazine. On February 14, 1955, Beta Phi Chapter of Sigina Sigma Sigma was established at Florida Southern College. " I want to hold vour hand I 156 •%•••« Linda Alper Diana Beasley Rita Beasley Brenda Bracy Linda Cooper Maryann Elmer Sue Ertley Susan Hobson Roxy King Cheryl Neel Janet McWhorter President Yvonne Newkirk Pam Permar Linda Lee Ray Mary Reid Barbara Rosenthal Susan Stokes Nana Waincr Paula Whisler Joan Wolfe 157 ♦■♦ Zeta Tau Alpha DELTA BETA CHAPTER Seek the Noblest Left to right: Graham, Harris, Coleman. OFFICERS LINDA HARRIS President NITA GRAHAM Vice-President DODIE COLEMAN Secretary LYNNE MURPHY Treasurer The motto of Zeta Tau Alpha has helped to unite its members across the nation since its founding at Longwood College in Farmville, Virginia, on October 15, 1898. Zeta Tau Alpha now has 117 active chap- ters. The National Philanthropic project of Zeta Tau Alpha is work with the Cerebral Palsy Research and Training Foundation. On April 27, 1957, Delta Beta Chapter at Florida Southern College was chartered. The official flower is the white violet, and turquoise and steel grey are the colors. ' If onlv Fred Astaire could see us now! ' 158 •%-•• %1 Betsy Atheam Dodic Coleman Barbara Cook Michele Donnelly Donna Farenwald Penny Freeman Nita Graham Laraine Haskins Linda Harris President BctenaHurt Barbara McKinley LNnne K. Murphy Daphne Pike ' 1 ' Jean Reillv Marsha Shackelford Barbara Tall Eunice Watkins 159 Left to right: Houser, Sharp, Wilman, Aichainbaiilt. OFFICERS MARGARET SHARP President IRENE ARCHAMBAULT Vice-President MARIANNE WILMAN Secretary DIANE HOUSER Treasurer Southernettes Sisterhood and Service Southernettes was founded January 15, 1952, as a unified organization for all qualified women, who are not affiliated with Greek social sororities. The pur- pose of Southernettes is to provide opportunities to develop leadership in service to the College, and to achieve cooperation between Greek and non-Greek women. The colors of Southernettes are red and white, and the floAver is the carnation. Leisure time at the Southeriiette House. 160 •%•%• % Irene ArchambauU Betty Gibbons Diane Houser Patsy Kingsley Barbara Marshall Lynn Northrup Rov Harris Margaret Sharp President Sylvia Petterson Caryl Reynolds Sand y Smyly ■ W I.I 4JI ■ ' .i- " W -nTWWWSn Wttr ■• ' ,idH« Ja)Tie Strectcr C:arol Swata Marianne W ilnian Interfraternity Council The Interfraternity Council promotes the bet- terment of the College through the improvement of the social fraternities. Representatives from each fraternity on campus comprise the group, which strives to equalize the opportunities of all the fraternities. Activities of the Coimcil include co-sponsoring with Panhellenic Coun- cil all Greek Week events, including workshops. They also work together helping the Lakeland Jaycees bag Hallo ' een candy for the children attending the city-wide Jaycee HalloAveen festi- val. This fall Jim Hagedorn, Bob Kimbrough, and Tim Skidmore represented Florida South- ern ' s IFC at the Interfraternity Council Na- tional Convention in Cincinnati, Ohio. IFC promotes through various retreats and other functions a closer relationship between all G reek men on campus. Left to right: Zimintmianii, Hopkins. OFFICERS SUNNY ZIMMERMANN President LARRY BOECKLEN Vice-President HOPPY HOPKINS Secretary First Row: Culbert, Cannon, Gaines. Skidmore, . ' Xdams, Hawkins, Ferguson, McLeod, Zinckgraf. Seco?id Row: Bab- cock, Taylor, Becker, Kimbrough, Friedman, Hopkins, Boecklen, Klcindinst, McKnight. % • •I Men ' s Rush is full of introductions, flipping through scrapbooks, and see- ing the various fraternity houses. The veek culminates with various forms of enter- tainment such as dances and parties. ► .♦• Kappa Alpha GAMMA PI CHAPTER Dieii et Les Dames— For God and the Women Kappa Alpha Order was founded on December 21, 1865, at Wasliington College under die guidance of Robert E. Lee. The official colors are crimson and old gold, and the flowers are the Magnolia and the red rose. The Gamma Pi Chapter was installed at Florida Southern on May 9, 1958, and the Kappa Alpha Order now has 87 active chapters. Each year the KA ' s " officially " secede from the Union and celebrate with a Plantation Ball. The Kappa Alpha ' s were presented the President ' s Gold Hat Award for the school year of 1963-64. For the fall of that year they were awarded both the Most Improved Scholarship and the Highest Scholarship awards. Seated: Borrego, McCranie. Standing: Soper, Hopkins OFFICERS LARRY McCRANIE President HENRY BORREGO Vice-President DONALD SOPER Secretary WALTON HOPKINS Treasurer " Okay you gins, lios -,it the football!?! " The ability to concentrate— a necessity for the fraternity man. 164 •• 1 Charles Adams Paul Alley Butch Borrcgo Guy Colado 1 ik. L Craig Dye Gerald Echols Marvin Griffin, Jr. George Henderson Hoppy Hopkins Perry Ja Paul Shipley Don Sop Michael Staryk II Duke Thompson Michael Telle Jerry Ulrey Jim AVeeks John Nixon Jerry Yates 165 THETA ALPHA CHAPTER Kappa Sigma Charlottesville, ' irginia, the home of the Univer- sity of Virginia, was the founding place of Kappa Sigma. Since its birth in the year 1869, it has grown to 135 chapters across the nation. Theta Alpha Chap- ter was installed at Florida Southern on April 4, 1959. The official flo ver of Kappa Sigma is the Lily of the ' alley, and the fraternity colors are scarlet, white, and emerald green. Kappa Sigina is well-kno vn on campus for its an- nual sponsorship of the " Kappa Sig Olympics, " in which sororities compete against each other in a day of fun and frolic. Seated: Freeman. White. Standing: Fried, Smith, Baker. OFFICERS TOM SMITH President RAI PH BAKER Vice-President BOB FREEMAN Secretary HAL FRIED Treasurer STE ' E WHITE Grand Master of Ceremonies Who are they trying to kid? " Well, she ' s a cousin of mine . l%-.% ' % ' % %.% Ralph Baker Mike Barker Bill Chason Dick Dorman Robert Dravecky Paul Finney Bob Freeman Hal Fried Jim Goodman Paul Guthr Thomas Smith President Bud Hersey Bill Hull Ken Kcithly Roger Roach Rav Roge i John Tower Sandy Troy Rick ' yncr Steve Vhite Skip Williams Phi Sigma Kappa OMEGA TRITON CHAPTER Left to right: Jewell, Babcock, Blue, Aker. OFFICERS CHET BABCOCK President RICHARD BLUE Vice-President LARRY AKER Secretary HAROLD JEWELL Treasurer Plii Sigma Kappa was founded on March 15, 1873, at University of Massachusetts. There are 78 active chapters. Omega Triton Chapter was founded April 2, 1950. The fraternity ' s colors are silver and magenta. The official flower is the red carnation. At the Honor ' s Convocation this year, Phi Sig re- ceived the scholarship award for the spring semester of 1964. Phi Sigma Kappa ' s cardinal principles are to de- velop character, stimulate scholarship, and promote brotherhood. Chet Babcock, rigfit. president of Phi Sig, ac- cepts the scholarship award for the fraternity from Sunny Zimmermann, IFC president. 168 4 Charles Adams Larry Aker Nomian Blessing David Culbcrt John Dervin m j f Paula Whisler Sweetheart Chet Babcock President Robert Enstice Steven Grimm Harold Jewell, Jr. Robert Kapp James Ryder 169 DELTA DELTA CHAPTER Pi Kappa Alpha Phi Phi K A I . 4 Lejt to right: Novotny, Ferguson, Ingram. OFFICERS DENNIS FERGUSON President BILL INGRAM Vice-President BRUCE CASH Secretary BOB NOVOTNY Treasurer Pi Kappa Alpha was founded at the University of Virginia on March 1, 1868. The local chapter, Delta Delta, became national Pi Kappa Alpha in 1947. There are 138 chapters throughout the United States. The Delta Delta chapter placed fifth in the Na- tional Pi Kappa Alpha competition for the year of 1963. This past fall the Pikes won the campus intra- mural football championship for the second year in a row. The fraternity colors are old gold and garnet, and the official flower is the Lily of the Valley. The Shield and Diamond is the national magazine. The Pikes fight hard to cHnch the championship. 170 BobDeSear Charles Dickerson Ken Gibson Don Hall Scott Harris William Hemphill Ken Heubner Bill Ingram Ken Johnson Bruce Kelsey George Kerekes Bob Kimbrough Billy Lara Jay Lancer Bob McKnight Frank Millen Bob Novotny Bob unn Frank Oktavec Frank Peters Terry Place AValter Velsh 171 Pete Wiley Dan Wilson BETA BETA CHAPTER Pi Kappa Phi Nothing sliall ever tear us asunder. Left to right: NFoore, Brown, Adams, Jacobsen. OFFICERS KEN BROWN President BILL ADAMS Treasurer RICK MOORE Secretary CRAIG JACOBSEN Warden Pi Kappa Phi was founded December 10, 1904, at Charleston College, Charleston, South Carolina. There are now 53 active chapters in the United States. Beta Beta Chapter vas established at Florida Southern College on October 16, 1948, The colors of Pi Kappa Phi are gold and vhite, and the national flower is the red rose. The fall pledge class, along with the Alpha Chi Omega pledge class, held a social for all the Greek pledges on campus in early November. « " Shnll we trv it out on water this year? ' m il ••%••• •■ William Adams Tom Addcnbrook Frank Baque Bill Beckman Jimmy Berry Happy Carlton John Davis Bill Edman Dale Hamra Pat Harris Monty Haskins Steve Helsel W! Pam Fuhrman Sweetheart Pete Hunter Craig Jacobsen Dick Kesler Bradford Kinney Joe Leer Larn Ludwi John McLeod Rick Moore Paul Murphy David Thome Cas Waddcll 173 FLORIDA GAMMA CHAPTER Sigma Alpha Epsilon Phi Alpha Left to right: 1 .illman, Taylor. Becker, Tiller. OFFICERS BTLL BECKER President LOU TILLER Vice-President BEN TALLMAN Secretmy WAYNE TAYLOR Treasurer Founded March 9, 1865, at the University of Ala- bama, Sigma Alpha Epsilon now has 144 active chap- ters. On November 12, 1949, a chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon was installed at Florida Southern. Last spring the Florida Gamma Chapter played host to the Province Epsilon Convention, which included delegates from every Sigina Alpha Epsilon chapter in Florida, Georgia, and Alabama. The SAE ' s hold an annual Christmas party for children of the Baptist Children ' s Home. Early in the fall, they, along with other fraternities, have a social for the freshman coeds. Each year the SAE ' s co-sponsor the annual Greek Sing. The colors of Sigma Alpha Epsilon are purple and gold, and the spirit of the fraternity is encompassed in its motto. The much sought-after lion serenely stands. 174 Jarry Adams Da cBalsci Rogci Clark Art Cn.Mon Dave DeUccchio Skip Fcnrich Gary Gregory Lee Gregory Da e Hamelrvck A Bill Helton Dave Jamison Hil Kiesel Jon Larkin Bill McGec Bill Miilrein Julian Rauls Ron Rickcrds Charlie Schindler Sara Schwartz Stu Smith Ben Tallman Bud Taylor Wayne Taylor Bill Thompson Louis Tiller Wallv Wells Jim Wisnewski 175 Sigma Chi EPSILON SIGMA CHAPTER Left to right: Cornelius, Cook, Snavely, Durrance. OFFICERS DAVE CORNELIUS President GEORGE COOK Vice-President BILL DURRANCE Secretary HARRY SNAVELY Treasurer In Hoc Signo Vinces: In this sign you shall conquer Sigma Chi was founded in 1855 at Miami Univer- sity, Oxford, Ohio, and now has 136 active chapters. The Epsilon Sigma Chapter was installed at Florida Southern College in 1959. Epsilon Sigma received national recognition last summer by the naming of one of its outstanding members, John Wells, to the national Sigma Chi All Star Basketball Team. In the fall of this year the Sigma Chi ' s came from behind to win the campus intramural volleyball championship. Each year the Sig ' s sponsor the " Sigma Chi Derby, " vhich prompts a full week of spirit and enthusiasm among the competing sororities and a Derby Queen is selected. The official flower of Sigma Chi is the white rose, and the fraternity colors are blue and old gold. The brotlierhood and love is exemplified in the symbolic " White Cross. " JlH " You shouldn ' t have asked! " " What can I say? " . . % ' A % % % ■ % % ' ( Tim Basslcr Don Brosius John Caracuzzo George Cook ttiKi Pat Council Bill Deupree Bill Durrance Jim Evans Clyde HofF ji™ jowers Crickett Bardwell Sweetheart David Cornelius President Gran Jenkins Bob Ken- Hugh Kinsey Don Laferriere Tom Noonan Mike Parker Tom Remington Lee Rust Dick Schlamcl John Scllner Harry Suavely John Wells Tom Wilhelm Can Voder Brig Voung Sunny Zimmermann 177 FLORIDA DELTA CHAPTER Sigma Phi Epsilon Founded November 1, 1901, at Richmond College in Richmond, Virginia, Sigma Phi Epsilon now has 168 national chapters. The colors of Sigma Phi Epsilon are purple and red and the flo ver is the American Beauty Rose. The Florida Delta Chapter, founded at Florida Southern on May 8, 1949, received national recog- nition last fall for outstanding scholastic achievement. The Sig Eps hold an annual Christmas party with a sorority for local underprivileged children. Last spring they took second place in the Intramural Sports Program. Left to right: Boecklen. Barnett, Zinckgraf, Brande. OFFICERS LARRY BOECKLEN President RAY ZINCKGRAF Vice-President BARNEY BARNETT Secretary MIKE BRANDE Treasurer The home of the Sig Ep brothers. 178 « « • %■« %.ll . ' . :•■%••■%■♦%•( % ' ft % % % ' % 4 ' Barney Barnett Ronald Beasley John Bennett Joe Gauches Michael Brande Jim Breeding Cabell Carlan Doug Colfax Nancy Morris Sweetheart Larry Boecklen President Jay Creech Robci t Ford Charles Jenks Ken Murphy li iOi Richard Petty Ellis Shaw Jim Yeatts Ray Zinckgraf 179 1 TAU RHO CHAPTER Tau Epsilon Phi Teps are Tops m M ' Left to right: Weinstein. Landau, Friedman, Silvers. OFFICERS LARRY FRIEDMAN President JAY WEINSTEIN Vice-President RONNIE SILVERS Secretaiy STEVE LANDAU Treasurer Tau Epsilon Phi was founded at Columbia Uni- versity, New York City, in 1910. TEP now has 60 active ciiapters across the nation. The fraternity colors are lavender and white, and the official flower is the Lily of the Valley. The local chapter, Tau Rho, was established at Florida South- ern College on February 10, 1947. Every spring TEP joins forces and presents the TEP-Sigma Chi Invitational, a dance to which fsvo sororities are invited. When times are good . " Hey you guys, he ' s taking our picture. " - 4 % • « « % ■« « Tom Eisenberg Myles Douglas Leo Fox Ginger Webster Sweetheart Lawrence Friedman President Edward Klinedinst Stc e Landau Ronald Silvers Jay Weinstein 181 BETA TAU CHAPTER Tau Kappa Epsilon Pi Alpha Omega Epsilon Alpha Left to riglit: Wilhelm, Cnnnoii. Bostelmaii. Carmel. OFFICERS CHUCK CANNON President JAN WILHELM Vice-President FRANK CARMEL Secretary ERNIE BOSTELMAN Treasurer Tail Kappa Epsilon was founded in January of 1899 at Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloom ington, Illinois. Teke is now the largest international fratern- ity, having 213 active chapters. Beta Tau, granted a charter at Florida Soiuhern in November of 1948, was the first chapter of Teke in Florida. Teke was the promulgator of the idea for the Political Symjxjsium which was held last fall prior to the national election. The fraternity ' s colors are cherry and grey, the official flower is the red carnation, and the pearl is the jewel. It ' s sloppy joe time at the ole ' caf! 182 t % k « « « % » % . 4 Raleigh Bailey Tom Blount Jim Barnes Allen Belcher Charlie Birdsong Jcrrv Buzzelli Frank Carmel Punch Edinger Joe English Dave Forthofer Linda Wooldridge Sweetheart k 4 Chuck Cannon President Grover Freeman l,.un Fudis Michael Gardner Bob Goul.l Jim Harmon Russell Hchvig Bill Lukes Bob McGill Robert Miller Joe Mills na id Rankin Charles Reynolds Everett Robinson Pete Thibodeau Jan Wilhelm Douglas Young 183 Theta Chi GAMMA DELTA CHAPTER Ahna Mater first and Theta Chi for Ahna Mater Left to right: Hagedorn, Stewart, Chaboudy, Gockel. OFFICERS BUTCH CHABOUDY President JIM HAGEDORN Vice-President MARK GOCKEL Secretary JIM STEWART Treasurer On April 10, 1856, Theta Chi came into being at Norwich University in Northfield, Vermont. The Gamma Delta Chapter, one of the 133 active chap ters, was founded at Florida Southern on May 4, 1946. Last spring the Theta Chi ' s took first place in the Intramural Sports program for both the " A " and " B " Leagues. Early last September they sponsored the first annual Theta Chi All Campus Dance. Theta Chi ' s colors are red and white and their official flower is the red carnation. " Let ' s take a break and go get a pizza. ' " Looks like we ii lias, to go out there and show ' em how to phty this game! " 184 • % ♦ ■♦ « 1 Philip Brick Archie Buie, III Jim Caimes Robert Carter Dick Clark Terry Darby Bill Downey Davis Drake Dwight Gaddis Dennis Gaines Joe Giurato John Hayes iiii Jackson O. Knappcnberger Les Knight Glenn MacDonald Robert McOsker John Metz Terry Oberle Joel Patterson Mike Petrone Dale Potter Frank Rider 1 j Bob Roadarmel Thomas Sawyer Carl Shrader James Mnv.ii i Stan Swango David AVatson 185 ♦ ♦ •♦ r - Greek life is timeless. • ' i ' ♦ % w iMtmrn Athletics MJJi i ♦-♦• ; 1 e Ha - ♦ • • % ♦ % • ♦ » ( THE DETERMINED TEAM . . . o« the soccer field . . . under the basket . . . in the dugout . . . anxious coaches . . . excited crowds . . . hopeful cheerleaders . . . spirit . . . competition . . . drive . . . caught up in the desire for victory . . . 187 ♦ ♦ r - Cheerleaders The lively Moc cheerleaders in the Red and White, under the leadership of Sue Schirmer, displayed the spirit that was typical of the stu- dent body as a whole. Always hustling, con- stantly active, they worked as hard to keep school spirit at a lively tempo as the varsity squad did to bring home a victory. Left to right: Susie Williams. Sandy Railsback, Eileen Willis. Sue Schirmer, Captain: Margaret Hussey, Co-Captain; Joan McMichael, Jean Helton. Kneeling: Beverly Mooneyham, mascot. 188 % -.4 % ; i ■%• ' % ' %• • 189 t ' ,j-v ' . -it:.mm.mi.. -tjm Varsity Basketball The Basketball Mocs had another fine season for 1964-65. It was one of many hard fought games, with only a few points and even fewer seconds de- termining the final outcome. A fine team spirit was maintained throughout the entire season due to the combined efforts of every man on the squad. The loss of Joel Ledlow, because of injuries, was felt, but returning lettermen Mike Huber and Bobby Bowman gave outstanding performances in every game. Coach Tom Greene had a bumper crop of otustanding varsity newcomers who proved their potential on the courts for Southern. Their hard knocks of experience should prove to be a great asset to next year ' s Mocs. Tom Greene Head Coach Upper left: Determined to keep the ball away from the Jacksonville Dol- phins, Mike Huber gives that extra effort. Right: Dan Doherty jumps high for two in the game against Stetson. 190 b % % ' A % ■ .% % • % 4 ' % fe ?§fj k ' i " A mi fi HV Bobby Bowman Captain Tom Conner Dan Doherty IR Scott Fitzgerald Dick Gensler Mike Huber Gail Knappenberger Ellis Shaw Dave Spiro Sam Schwartz 191 ' 4 4 -r - ' BASKETBALL contd. upper left: Coach Greene changes strat- egy during a time out. Above: Bobby Bowman (No. 32) tries to stop a Miami drive as Dan Doherty (No. 55) comes up behind. Right: Bowman shoots for the big one against Stetson and Scott Fitz- gerald (No. 33) stands ready to assist. 192 t- i % % % .% % - i % ' % £l-_ if ; Again Bobby Bowman goes up for two in the game against Miami, in which he netted 42 big points. No. 21 is Dave Spiro. Above: Spiro gets away a shot amid three Stetson defenders. Below: The Mocs head down court to set up their next line of attack. 193 BASKETBALL RESULTS Won 10 Lost 14 Florida Presb. College Presbyterian of S. C. •Univ. of the South . Tampa University . Univ. of South Carolina Georgia State College King College . . . Tenn. Wesleyan College Rollins College . . University of Miami . Marshall University . Ohio University . . Jacksonville University Cumberland College . Stetson University Spring Hill College . University of Miami Florida Presb. College Stetson University Jacksonville University Rollins College . . Mercer University Tampa University . Mercer University •Citrus Invitational Tournament Carroll Phillips Assistant Coach " SC Opp 59 64 80 71 54 61 71 91 71 94 96 65 81 71 78 74 90 69 93 124 81 110 71 104 73 84 93 83 87 91 71 79 82 94 79 68 50 63 81 107 93 74 68 83 95 88 70 194 Junior Varsity Basketball Firsl Row: Don Hopkins. Carl McDonald, Herb Watson, Bruce White, Leon Greene, Donnie Davis. Second Row: Coach Dick Whalley, Mike Barker, Shelby Strothers, Bob Roadarmel, Rick Serron, Walt Lampmann. Left: Southern ' s Dan Doherty shakes off two Stetson Hatters as he makes a jump shot. Right: As two oppo- nents fight for possession of a free ball, Dan Doherty rushes in to be of assistance. Below: Dave Spiro goes up for a bucket against the powerful Hurricanes of Miami University. 195 4 Soccer SOUTHERN ' S SOCCER Mocs gave out- standing performances which resulted in a 5-4 won-lost record and a second place in the Florida Intercollegiate Conference. The most exciting games were played against the peren- nial champion hooters of the University of Miami and Stetson University. The Mocs stomped the conference winners, Stetson, 4-1. They tripped Miami once, 3-0, while losing another to them by only one goal, 2-1. Terry Darby was high-scorer for the Mocs with a total of eight goals for the season. 196 ZHk. First Row: Yeatts, Goodman, (iiurato, (IIkisoii, Darby, Goodrich, Sabatini, Little, Finney. 5ecor?rf i?oz£ ; Clayton, Kelsey, Bennett. Ford, Berry, Cronin, McOsker, Wells. Third Row: Johnson, Fletcher, Mc- Collum, Kerr, Regan, Thome, Bain, Hoch, Hayes. Southern ' s Wally Wells and Jim Yeatts vie for possession of the ball with opposing teams in one of the many exciting games at FSC ' s Pipkin Field. At left. Coach Jim Bush, jubilant at his Mocs ' slamming the University of Miami by a score of 3-0, is carried to the showers. 197 Bill Daniels Assistant Coach SOCCER cont ' d Southern ' s well-drilled Moc squad battles with Emory ' s hooters in the season ' s opener won by FSC by a score of 4-2. 198 Whether on the field or vaiting on the bench for the word from the coach, emotion runs high whenever the Soccer Mocs take the field . . . 199 ♦ .] O ii ' ' % J Hal Smeltzly Head Coach Varsity Baseball Florida Southern baseball, under Coach Hal Smeltzly, has been the most consistent winner of all our varsity teams. Through the years big name powers such as Navy, Duke, Florida, Yale and others have fallen to the barrage of Moc- casin bats and fast balls. In 1964 the Mocs handed nationally rank ed FSU its first loss of the season and went on to finish second in the perennially tough FIC. Although losing eight men in 1964, three via pro contracts and five by graduation, the 1965 edition of the Mocs seems as strong as ever. e a a a f f 4 ?V?vrV ' .- ,i: .p: nt.. i 13 First Row: Priester, Mayer, Sabatini, Oktavec, Mowbray, Bell. Hockensmith, Huebner. Second Row: Bowman, Harver, Aitken, Gauches, Gardner, Strother, Lee, Simmons, Bates, Roadarmel, Jones, Lazzeroni. Hard-hitting Ken Huebner tags one in a Moc game at Henley Field. - ■ j l m ' ' ■ •- • g 1 : -wti-jr m ' ■ - v i H 200 The Mocs have and will continue to count on a strong defense. Left: Barry Lazzeroni readies himself for a play at home plate. Right: Frank Oktavec throws the ball to second to initiate a double play. Below: Nate Jones fires from the hole at shortstop. VARSITY BASEBALL SCHEDULE University of Florida Florida Presbyterian . . Rollins College . . Florida State . Valdosta State (2) 25 . . David Lipscomb College 30 ... . Furman University . Florida Presbyterian . . Tampa University University of Delaware Tampa University (2) . . . Rollins College . . Stetson University . . Stetson University . . . Rollins College Jacksonville Uni ersity Jacksonville University (2) . University of Miami University of Miami (2) Mar. 6. Mar. 11 Mar. 12 Mar. 15 Mar. 18 Mar. 24 Mar. 29 Apr. 1 Apr. 6 Apr. 9 Apr. 10 Apr. 13 Apr. 16 .Apr. 17 . pr. 20 .Apr. 23 .Apr. 24 Apr. 30 May 1 201 VARSITY BASEBALL contd. Nate Jones Bob Lee Bruce Aitken Fred Mayer Doug Priester Charlie Simmons Steve Hockensmith Bill Mowbray f M Bobby Bowman Bob Roadarmel Barry Lazzeroni Bob Bates Frank Oktavec Ken Huebner Don Sabatini 202 1 : 4 ■ % • ' % ' % ' % • % Coach Smeltzly. shooting for his sixth straight winning season, lias counted heavily on veterans Ken Huebner. voted MVP in last year ' s FIC bal- loting, infielders Frank Oktavec, Doug Priester, and Don Sabatini, outfielders Bob Lee and Fred Mayer, and hurlers Bob Roadarmel and Bruce Aitken. An outstanding crop of newcomers, led by infielders Bill Mo vbray, Steve Hockensmith and Nate Jones, and pitcher Charles Simmons square off the Moc attack. Coach Roger Baer Coach Chuck Anderson A winning effort requires long hours of intense practice. During practice sessions, drills such as this run down must be rehearsed until they become second nature. Bob Bowman. Icfl. and Steve Hockensmitli, above, dis- play the . Ipha and Omega of a put out— the sure- handed pick up at thiird and the decisive stretch at first. 203 ♦ ♦ ♦ Standing: Bill Ingram, Robert DeSear, Paul Shipley, Kurt Hoch, Jim Stewart, Howard Harvill, Dale Hamm, Craig Dye. Kneeling: Bobby Williams, coxswain. The combined efforts of Coach Bill Daniels, above, and Captain Bill Ingram, right, gave FSC ' s crew the leader- ship necessary for a successful season. 204 Varsity Crew Crew fans at Florida Southern witnessed another fine season from the Water Mocs under the di- rection of Coach Bill Daniels. Expert leadership came from the varsity stroke, Bill Ingram, who was also last year ' s Most Valuable Oarsman. Southern rowed against Purdue, Trinity, Tam- pa, and Jacksonville at the Second Annual Cyp- ress Gardens Invitational plus several races on the home course on Lake Hollingsworth. With only one graduating senior, Robert DeSear, FSC ' s well-balanced and highly experienced cre v can expect only greater achievements in coming seasons. Bob Williams Coxswain Skill, balance, and precision are the oarsmen ' s tjreatest assets. 205 aaaMMj ■=■— ■ CREW CONTD. SCHEDULE Mar. 24 Amherst College Apr. 2 ... American International Apr. 3 . Cypress Gardens Invitational (Tampa U., Purdue, Jack- sonville U., Trinity, FSC) Apr. 10 Tampa University Apr. 15 LaSalle College Apr. 24 ... . State Championships May 15 Rollins College Right: The JV oarsmen carry the shell to the lake for an afternoon practice. Be- low: Varsity oarsmen get into the shell being careful to maintain good balance. Right: Bill Ingram shows it takes concentration to keep an even stroke. 206 IIM Junior Varsity Crew Soiuliern ' s Baby Water Mocs again liad an inex- perienced crew in the tough Florida Conference. Through many long hours of work on the fun- damentals of crew, under the direction of vet- eran oarsman Les Knight, the Jiuiior varsity men have progressed into fine, accurate oarsmen. These men will be vying for seats in the varsity shell in the coming seasons. Beloiu (left to right): Barry Randall, Tom Brandis, Dan Sherman, Richard Harrington, Tom Sawyer, Paul Wil- helmsen, Ron Barna, Harley Layow, Pat McNulty, Ray Kingsbury, Dave Robertson, Bob Cleaver. Kneeling: Mike Rubio. Les Knight Coach The long walk from the boat house to the dock seems even longer after hours of practice on Lake Hollingsworth. 207 Varsity Golf Many experienced players comprised Southern ' s 1965 varsity golf team, playing such outstanding teams as Ball State, University of Georgia, Geor- gia Tech, University of the South, Columbia University and many others. The linksmen also competed in the Miami Invitational Tourna- ment and were hosts to the Florida Conference Championships including the FIC teams. They were under the direction of Mr. Hal Waters, in his second year as varsity golf coach. The Link Mocs had another fine season and look for- ward to an even better one next year. Left: Captain Don Richards spends many hours prac- ticing to perfect his swing and help his teammates. Below: Marc Matre lines up his shot as Don Richards, Grover Matheney, and Dave Grimes watch. 208 ii - % ' 4 % ' .« % ■ 4 4-4 First Row: Don Richards, Tom Eiscnberg, Grovcr Mathency, Mack Brown. Second Row: Harry Scharold, Ed Ceriani, Marc Matre, Dave Grimes, Alan Stowers (Manager). L.. .J . 203 .r . ' - - -s " f . w- .. fc-— - -J - - ■ ■: -♦• .♦ ' ♦ - ' 4 ■♦ ' ♦ • Varsity Tennis The netsmen of Florida Southern worked hard to prepare for another season in the always tough Florida Intercollegiate Conference. Ten- nis fans expect and get a fine team effort from these men who are so ably coached by Mr. Jim Bush. This year the tennis Mocs faced one of the most awesome seasons in the recent past. Through the combined efforts of the hardwork- ing team that returned and the newcomers to Southern ' s courts, another FSC team was on its way to another successful year. Kenny Walker, left, and Dave Watson, below, exhibit their skill and abilities in serving. 210 IW Kneeling: Dave Watson, Kenny Walker. Standing: Ralph Baker, John Ahlgren, Roger Levine, Ken Hall. 211 ' " " -T-lffBiiBlMaiBBQllilil Volleyball Champions mi Signia Chi. First Row: Wilhelm, Wells, Schlamel. Second Rozv: Cook, Laferriere, Caracuzzo, Brosius. Football Champions Pi Kappa Alpha. First Row: McKnight, Novotny, Dickerson, Huebner, Ingram. Second Row: Lam, Hall, Wiley, Lancer, Bryan, DeSear. Volleyball All-Stars First Row: Hendershot, White, Shaw, Schwartz, Taylor. Second Row: Sclilamel, Brick, Troy, Wilhelm, Bowman. 212 Softball Champions Intramural Champs At the beginning of the in- tramural year Sigma Chi captured the men ' s volley- ball title. Pi Kappa Alpha emerged football champs for the second consecutive year, by upsetting the unbeaten Roadrimners in an action packed championship game. In women ' s intramurals, the Independents took the first place Softball title while a freshman team from Allan Spivey gained the title of basketball champions. Independents. Kneeling: Warden, Marley, Gabcl. Standing: Menges, Zukowski, Coleman, Bastin. Basketball Champions Allan Spivey. First Row: Boyd, Burton, Crowell. Second Rozc: Goodman, Finney, Gregory, Atwell. Football All-Stars « UKA First Row: McKnit;ht, Brick, Huebncr. Second Row: Hardy, Cook, Schlamel, 1 roy, Jenks. 213 L ' ■T •j ' TvrrT-Tr _ -r— ■ f " . ' ».K rt: ' . f-f-»- Intramural Sports The Intramural Department stresses a strong " sports for everyone " campaign. These sports inchide football, volleyball, basketball, softball, horseshoes, tennis, and ping pong for the men, while the women engage in such sports as soft- ball, basketball, volleyball, bowling, and powder puff football. ■ m 1 EH W IP m 9 KKPVTt mm i . k Rag tag football, one of the major sports, offers players the chance to show skills or the lack of them. 214 215 •=- 1 ' ' -IT. TJ« g-- Fca asK " •: ' 4- -C - INTRAMURALS cont. The intramural games always generate a great deal of excitement, spirit, and rivalry, whether the object of the battle is a volleyball, a basket- ball, or a football. 216 Football is not limited only to the men, as Southern ' s young ladies go into action in the " tough " powder puff league. a? ' -•- ' " jxji ' yzLi— - ii - n " ' " " ' ' " " ' " ■■ " " ♦ ■♦• .♦ Joan Kemp and Charley Matlock Intramural Directors Intramural Boards The Intramural Boards function as the supervis- ing power for all campus intramural activities, which are an integral part of student life at FSC. The boards are composed of representatives from each fraternity, sorority, and independent group which participates in the sports. The ad- visers are Miss Kemp and Coach Matlock of the athletic department. Men ' s Intramural Board. Firu l n:r: F.isenberg, Braniyan, Vyner, Ellis, Ferguson, Hull. Second Row: France, Hoyer, Oberle, Bryan. Women ' s Intramural Board. First Row: Graham. Husscy. Edwards, Gabel, Williams, Conroy. Second Row: Schmidt, Meyers, Proctor, Burton, Grove. Third Row: Eichhorn, Milliken, Marvin, Hebbard. 218 MILITARY 219 ■•y-n-v i -■r-vtjuiamr. Tj.- -Ta Reserve Officers Training Corps The Reserve Officers Training Corps program at Florida Soiuiiern College is part of a National effort to train qualified young men as future officers for the United States ' Army. R.O.T.C. plays a major role in the Army ' s leadership pro- gram by striving to build and develop com- petent, responsible individuals to serve as the backbone of the defense of tomorrow ' s America. LT. COL. MACK GIEGER MAJOR ROLAND A. DESSERT rv " T ' -= ' , ♦ MAJOR WILMER D. STEWART CAPTAIN HENRY H. HAIR, III 220 T l Sgt. Maj. Eugene F. Britti, M Sgt. John K. Wright, Jr., S.F.C. Ira L. Warren, S.F.C. John A. Calvert, M Sgt. Jefferson P. Holder, S.F.C. Carl S. Hudson. Cadet Col. Butch Chaboudy Above right: " I ' m ready when you are. ' Right: " Yes, Sir. You ' re right. Sir. " ■Hi 1 i Ji HSUk JL Kr JL Jti u . 221 ' •• • R.O.T.C. Sponsors Each year, fifteen girls are elected by the Cadet Battle Group to serve as Co-ed Sponsors. Selec- tion to this honorary group is based on beauty and desire to serve. The program is designed to retain a sense of pride and prestige in the pro- gram, and to increase morale among the Cadet R.O.T.C. PAT CAUGHEY .... Battalion Sponsor GINA LATIMER . Deputy Battalion Sponsor PATTY PARSONS Staff Sponsor BOBBI McDonald .... staff Sponsor MARSHA PALMER .... Staff Sponsor JAN ELLIOTT Staff Sponsor DeANN DUFF . Headquarters Commandant ANNE LOOKER " A " Sponsor ELAINE CENTER " B " Sponsor CRICKETT BARDWELL . . " C " Sponsor MARGARET HUSSEY . . . " D " Sponsor GEORGIA LAWRENCE Honor Guard Sponsor JOANIE McMICHAELS Counter Guerrilla Sponsor MARILYN WOLFE .... Band Sponsor SUE McIRVIN . . . Rifle Team Sponsor Co-ed Col. Pat Caughey, Co-ed Lt. Col. Gina Latimer Left Id Right: Georgia Lavvierne. I ' altv I ' arsoiis, Marsha Palmer, Gina LiiiiiKr, Sue Mclrvin, Margaret Hussey, Bobbi McDonald, Anne Looker, Joanie McMichaels, Pat Caughey, Jan Elliott, De.Ann Duff, Marilyn Wolfe, Elaine Center. Not Pictured: Crickett Bardwell. 222 •• «( Officers. Kfteeling: Honeycutt, Hardee. First Row: Freeman, Heim, Baker, Mertz, Tucker, Repple. Second Row: Saunders, Martin. Mur- phey, Watson. Emmons, Frances. Third Row: Johnson, Phillips, Ward, Valentine, Fields, Ammons. Counter Guerrilla Corps Honor Guard Officers. Foreground: Steward. Dawson, Broocke. First Rorv: DelVechio, Weav- er, Ferreira, Peterson, Funk, Osborne, Hofmann. Second Roxu: Cash, Eis- naugle, Cronin, Dunn, Ward, Daniels, Spitz. Third Roto: Downard, Ferguson. 223 • • • . ? t 1 ti, f 1 Rifle Team First Row: Whitehurst, McGinnis, McKee, Adis, Bradshaw, Major Dessert. Secortd Row: Bell, Howe, Scofield, Baldwin. Mast. " Shape up or ship out, huh??? " R.O.T.C. Band First Row: Gibbons, Haas, Upton, Mills, Olson, McGill, Swank, Carlton. Second Row: Parsons, Cody, Florin, Miller, Hepler, Kerr. Third Row: Gibson, Bailey, Reece, Renner, Cause, Gross. 224 Academics ♦ ♦ • imfrnniwiiTiiif itf n ' ' Vn.A «4 THE SEARCH . . . professors . . . students . . . all looking . . . listcniiig . . . learning . . . longing . . . a jlash of insight . . . a puzzling inomcnt . . . the inquiring mind . . . pursuing that which is knowledge . . . truth . . . DEDICATION The rising of our new, modernistic campus is the result of vision— the vision of President Spivey and President Thrift, and the members of the Board of Trustees. But visions are fan- tasies without the man to put them into brick and mortar form. To this man, who has buiU from dreams in blueprint, who has devoted 24 years of his life to our College as a student, instruc- tor and business manager, the staff of THE INTERLACHEN dedicates the 1965 edition. DAVID L. READDICK 226 %;4-% ' % ' ' % % 227 TBj?- - rn yw il yyT ' Ty: ■: KMV w J - J - _ i- -: j , L ' :: ' ir-- ' tnTi , TlTI Mam, " JuTTfJ CHARLES TINSLEY THRIFT PRESIDENT Florida Southern has become one of the South ' s finer academic institutions, and much of the credit is due Presi- dent Charles T. Thrift. He has trav- eled extensively, seeking strong facul- ty members, outstanding students, and funds for the growtii of tiie College and all the while providing for the organization by which the College operates. 228 The Board of Trustees OFFICERS H. E. WOLFE Chairman CAMPBELL THORNAL V ice-Chairman HARRIS G. SLVIS Secretaiy E C. McCLURG Treasurer r -MSaiuv.. - - J. F. Alexander R. L. Allen Sam A. Banks W. J. Bairitt. Jr. R. H. Be in P. M. Boyd W. S. Bo eman Farris Bryant Mrs. T. G. Buckner C. L Cotton J. H. Daniel L. Day Edge George A. Foster J. R. Graves Spessard L. Holland R. C. Holmes Gaylon L. Howe Mrs. C. Durward Johnson E. C. McClurs Glenn McCormick J. M. rcLeod E. J. Pendergrass J. Carlisle Rogers John f Rooks Mrs. E. T. Roux Harris G. Sims . [yrl Spi ey .Angus Sumner Campbell Thornal Mrs. Da id R. Thurman Lanier I ' pshaw Vaneii W. Willis H. E. Wolfe G. Flovd Zimmtrmanii -fv-TT ' yrr-.-L.- .- ♦ 4 •♦• ..♦ J. BiRNEV Gross Dean of Academic Affairs David L. Readdick Business Manager Ernest L. Snodgrass Assistant to the President Corning F. Tolle Director, Community and Alumni Affairs 230 Herbert S. Chase I ' ice-President, Institutional Development I ' Hii.Lip R. Campbell Dea i of Students Louise Owefn Sumner Librarian Frank P. Szabo Director of Men Hattie L. Eicholtz Dean of Women William B. Mundy Director of Counseling for Admissions George W. Baxter, Jr. Assistant Dean and Registrar Richard R. Burnette Coordinator. Institutional Rescanli and Testing J. Howard Carlson Director of Finance 231 ■ ' iv ?: v » ' tw " j j tmatar ' gj r v -•«—-■««»----■ ' -■ " ■ " -i ' " ■■ T««Tis - gt,-ii ' .iiii--, ' fr T.-.- " rT---. ■mT. ' rSi ' - " - Dennis R. DeLacure Chaplain Carol M. Esau Director of Admissions O. B. Fanning Director of News Bureau Francis E. Foland Director of Department of Alumni Affairs Nancy L. Ford Executive Secretary, Financial Aid Committee Thomas H. Greene Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Marv E. Hackney Director of The Annual Fund William O. Johnson Admissions Counselor Francis L. Luce Administrative Assistant, Academic Affairs 232 ; 4 •,% ■ ' % ' % ' % % Robert MacGowan Dean, Annie Pjeifjer Chapel Anne Mayrose Assistant Dean of Women Ida p. Moody Assistant Director of Placement Bureau Virginia L. Point Director of Student Accounts Janet D. Scott Administrative Assistant, Business Affairs John VV. Vaughn, M.D. Director of Medical Services Harold ' ATERS Director of Publications Gene Vetherei.i. Extension and Development W. Paul Ville College Photographer 233 ' xT irrwj r -v »,». =--B.- -..-T,,. yy T ' liaili ♦ " • ■ • .. ♦ Kenneth C. Anderson Henry G. Barnett Downing Barnitz Ph.D., Music M.A., English M.F.A., Art Otye B. Bly A.B., Library Thomas Brierley M.A., Music John W. Cook S.T.M., Religion Luis Diaz de Arce Religion LoLUSE Eastwood B.S., Library Margaret Glidden Yvonne Goldsborough Speech M.A., French Above: Linda McCaffrey receives help in locating needed informa- tion from Mrs. Gouker. Right: Mr. Barnitz shows a student one of the finer points of an artists ' work. Humanities 234 . - .% ' % ' % 4 ' % % iM Marie Gouker B.S., Library Ada p. Hami irick Douglas T. Holden M.A., Spanish B.D., Philosophy A. Jack Houts Mildred Ibblrson M.M., Music At. A., Speech Hsiao H. Jen Agnes B. Johnson M.A., Library Ph.D., English Juliana Jordan Charles M. Lavmon Raymond Lott Ph.D., German D.D., Religion Ph.D., English Students arc kept busy taking notes in Dr. jortkin ' s German class. 235 Humanities " ♦ " 4 ■ - .. Robert M. MacDonald Russell G. McRae Marv Ruth Miller Ann C. Peyton M.Mus., Music M.F.A., Art M.A., E7iglish M.A., English Robert Rockwood M.A., English Mme. Anne Roselle Wesley Ry ' als John R. Sandbach Music M.A.T., English M.A., Spanish Harris G. Sims LL.B., Journalism Dr. Lott tries to relax while preparing for his next lecture. Humanities 236 -iJ. Esther G. Smith M.Ed., English Grace L. Snyder Wii mam H. Spivev fARCIA M. Stille M..-1., Religion M.Mus., Music M..4.. Latin Donna Stoddard M.Ed., Art Katherine Tarwater Suzette Thompson Harold Waters Melvin Wooton, Jr. L.S., Library A.B., French Spanish M.A., Journalism M.A., Drama i Left: Madame Roselle takes a break between her voice classes. Above: Mrs. Smith has a friendlv chat with her students after class. Humanities 237 ■•-CTTTWST.y-H-v T ' -f .;- - w-rTar-v riiTTTr : r-.T:! i ' ♦ 4 • • ..♦ Robert H. Akerman Emory S. Akerman Paul Arnolds-Patron Lucille G. Bunn Richard R. Burnette M. A., History L.L.B., Economics M.B. A., Business B.S., Home Economics Ed.D., Education James O. Bush M.A., Physical Education Laura Neil Clyatt Banton S. Doak Thelma Hall Ellison Mack Gieger M. A., Business Ed.S., Industrial Arts M. A., Home Economics B.S., Military Science Above: Mr. Robert Akerman and Dr. Guthrie in a moment of leisure. Right: Mr. Hargrave on his way to class. Social Sciences 238 JA, Robert V. Guthrie Henry H. Hair Emily Susan Hancock Sylvia S. H akdaway Ph.D., Sociology B.S., Military Science M.A., Business M.A., Piychology O. T. Hargrave B.D., History Hornell Hart Nelson M. Hoffman Matlub Hussain Ph.D., Sociology Ph.D., History M.A., Economics Barbara Joan Kemp Edward R. Johnson M.A., Physical Ph.D., English Education Above: fiss Hancock and a stucJent before class. Left: Mr. Luce and Charley Jenks dis- cuss problems in physical education. Social Sciences ■■■vr . — — — i— »™— » »»-T«.»» i gg-» .■ i.« «T T:T- -rni ' ? ' . . ' ' --t .- - -■- ■.■.:— -■■ra i.- " Kmir ' ' rtTCtr ■ ,v,t Edward C. Knippers Evelyn R. Lane Chester F. Lay Pierce Link M.S., Business B.S.. Physical Education Ph.D.. Business Ph.D., Psychology DuRwooD Long Ph.D., History Samuel W. Luce Charley C. Matlock Darwin Milligan George H. Morris M.S., Physical Ed.S., Physical M.A., Education M.A., History Education Education Mrs. Piatt conducts her home economics class. Social Sciences k ; 4 ■.%• ' %%%. % Sara C. Piatt Evelyn Schoonover M.S., Home Economics M.Ed., Education Max J. Selig Harold M. Smeltzly Julia W. Snook M.A., Business M..-!.. Physical M..4., Education Education WiLMER D. Stewart Louise Templeton Ronald P. Trimm Billy J. Williams M.B.A., Military Science M.S., Business B.S., Industrial Arts Ed.D., Education .ibove: Students in a friendly conversation with .Mr. Smith and Dr. Villiams. Left: Coach Matlock demonstrates for his golf class. Social Sciences .;c TH«jifn!wm-.»..».. ■ .»r— Tv,.TT f :- jTn-v-.-- ■ ' ■j.T7»r»-Ti--rrTr-i.jL ' ' 4 ■♦• .. J. Marvin Cook Charles F. Eickenberc Howard M. Field John B. Funderburg B.D., Mathematics M.S., Biology Ph.D., Biology Ph.D., Biology Margaret L. Gilbert Carla J. Huddleston J. Edwin Hutchman William R. Lyle Ph.D., Biology M.S., Biology Ph.D., Chemistry M.S., Citrus Above: Miss Huddleston keeps busy even after classes. Right: Dr. Gilbert reads back over some notes. Natural Sciences 242 Thomas B. Mack Janies McCi.oskey Anthonv Q. Mustoe Charles H. Raynor M.Ed., Citrus Ph.D.. Physics M.S., Mathematics M.S., Mathematics Bernard P. Reinsch George G. Robinson Earl D. Smith Ph.D., Mathematics M.S., Physical Science M.S.. Chemistry Thomas M. Willard Ph.D., Chemistry Above: Dr. Field does his " homework. " Left: Mr. Lyle and Mr. Mack test the soil in the citrus lab. Natural Sciences 243 r--TS ' J " -«rt»r " .- fitCTt- - ■ ' ■■ , ' ||,im5mm The Senior Class OFFICERS FRANK MILLEN President CRICKETT BARDWELL Vice-President HELEN LEITNER Secretary-Treasurer Leitner, Millen, Bardwell Rounding out their last year at Southern, the class of 1965 worked hard to leave their mark. For the first time in several years, commencement exercises and a banquet honored those seniors graduating in December. During the spring semester a dance was sponsored by the seniors. The gift they left as a trib- ute and a farewell to the college will be a reminder of the many contributions of the 1965 graduates, both individually and as a unit. 244 ; 4 -.% ' % ' % ' % • % 1965 DONNA JANE ABBOTT, Cincinnati, Ohio; B.S., Ele mentary Education; Phi Mu, Political Union, SFEA, Panhellenic, Pi Gamma Mu. MARGARET JANE ADAMS, Bradenton, Fla.; A.B., Christian Education: Sigma Rho Epsilon, MSM. WILLIAM ALAN ADAMS, Steger, IlL; B.S., Account- ing: Pi Kappa Phi, Accounting Club, ROTC. MARGARET D. ALTWEIN, Metuchen. N. J.; B.S., Business Administration: Interlachen, SFEA, Hall . • Council, WSGA. IRENE MARIE ARCHAMBAULT, Miami, Fla.; B.S., Elementary ' Education: Southcmettcs, SFEA, Girls Chorus. ( ERIC ARNOLDS-PATRON. Lakeland, Fla.; B.S., t M Science. ' ' fS " VZ yv BERTRAM A. AVERY, Lakeland, Fla.; B.S., Business Administration; SFEA. CHESTER A. BABCOCK. Ill, St. Petersburg, Fla.; B.S., Business Administration: Phi Sigma Kappa. Delta Sigma Pi, Accounting Club, IFC. RALEIGH E. BAILEY, JR., Miami, Fla.; A.B., Hu- manities: Tau Kappa Epsilon, MSM, Gamma Sigma Chi, Supreme Court. NANCY NEWELL BAKER. Cairo, Ga.; A.B., Art: Delta Zeta, Miss Molly, Orientation Leader, Kappa Pi. SUSAN CLAIRE BARD VELL, Tangerine. Fla.; A.B., English: Alpha Delta Pi, Sigma Tau Delta, Pi Delta Epsilon, Senior Class Vice-President, SFEA, Sigma Chi Sweetheart, ROTC Coed Sponsor. BARBARA JANE BARNETT BROWN, Hialeah, Fla.; A.B., Art; Phi Mu, Kappa Pi. SFEA, MSM, Jr. Adviser. HOYT ROBINSON BARNETT. Lakeland, Fla; B.S., Accounting: Sigma Phi Epsilon, Accounting Club. V•ILLIAM PAUL BAUER, Lake Worth, Fla.; B.S., Business. RITA WOOD BEASLEY. Sanford. Fla.; B.S., Elemen- tary Education; Sigma Sigma Sigma, SFE. . ! ffci.Y «. .rr.V 245 ♦ .♦ SENIORS PATRICIA RAY BECK. Orlando, Fla,; A.B., English: Alpha Gamma Delta, WSGA President, MSM, Sigma Rho Epsilon, SFEA, Cap and Gown. RICHARD WILLIAM BECKER, Norwalk, Conn.; A.B., Economics; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. LARSON M. BLAND, Lakeland, Fla.; B.S., Induslrial Arts. THOMAS EDGAR BLOUNT, JR., Lakeland, Fla.; B.S., Chemistry: Tau Kappa Epsilon, Sr. ROTC, American Chemical Society. L.WVRENCE PETER BOECKLEN. Lake Park. Fla.; B.S., Physical Education: Sigma Phi Epsilon. IFC, MSGA. CLAUDIA RUTH BONE, Peru, Ind.: B.S., Home Eco- nomics. BARBARA MARIE BONGIORNI, Curundu, Canal Zone; B.S., Elementary Education; SFEA. ERNEST BOSTELMAN, JR., Ft. Myers, Fla.; B.S., Biology; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Beta Beta Beta, Fla. Academy of Science. MSM, American Chemical Society. JUDITH LEE BOTTOM. Freeport, Grand Bahamas; B.S., Elementary Education; Alpha Omicron Pi, SFEA, Home Economics Club. THOMAS WILLIAM BRANDIS. Springfield, 111.. B.S., Accounting: MSGA, Resident Hall Adviser. Crew. MICHAEL W. BRANIGAN. Maplewood, N. J.; A.B., Economics; Delta Sigma Pi. SG. . ELLA JANE BRATTON, Rock Hill, S. C; B.S., Ele- mentary Education; SFEA, MSM. STANLEY W. BREDEMEYER. Ft. Myers, Fla.: Psychology. ROBERT PHILIP BRICK, Crosswicks. N. J.; Economics; Thcta Chi. ARWYN GAIL BRIDGER, Jacksonville. Fla.; Elementary Education; BSU. 1965 DONALD WARREN BRIGGS, JR., Freeport, N. Y.; B.S., Business Administration: Phi Sigma Kappa. JUDY DURRETT BROWER, Lakeland, Fla.; B.S., Elementary Education. KENNETH NELSON BROWN, JR., Annapolis, Md.; B.S.. History, Government: Pi Kappa Phi, IFC. V. JEAN HAUGER BUNCH. Lakeland, Fla.; BS., Elementary Education: Kappa Delta, SFEA. CHARLES RICHARD BURNETT, Decatur, Ga.; B.S., Business Administration. MARY CAGGIANO, Ft. Myers, Fla.; B.S., Elementary Education. KRISTINA J. MELTON CARROLL, Orlando. Fla.; B.S., Education: Kappa Delta, SFEA, Kappa Pi, MSM. ROBERT MYRON CARTER, Kissimmee, Fla.; B.S., Physical Education: Theta Chi. KYLE CHARLES CANNON, Lakeland, Fla.; B.S., Psychology: Tau Kappa Epsilon, Gamma Sigma Chi, Senate Chaplain, Political Union, MSM. PATRICIA CAUGHEY, Ft. Monroe, Va.; B.S., Home Economics; Alpha Delta Pi, Political Union, SGA Trea.surer, Senate, Orientation Leader, Home Eco- nomics Club, SFE.A, ROTC Cx ed Sponsor, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sweetheart. Concert Choir, Mi.ss Interlachen finalist. DONALD LEE CAUBLE. l.ithia .Springs, Ga.; A.B., Engtisli. JOHN COPELAND C UDLE, Groveland, Fla.; B.S., Elementary Education. CARL H. CHABOUDY, Peninsula, Ohio; B.S.. Physical Education; Theta Chi, Sr. ROTC, IFC;. BARBARA C. CHAMPION. Lakeland, Fla.; A.B.. Industrial Arts; Alpha Mu Sigma, Industrial Arts Club. FRANCES S. CHANDLER, Albany, Ga.; B.S., Elemen- tary Education; Chi Omega, Pep Club, SFEA, Found- ers ' Week Committee. 247 »irr- imir?.- rtTCTr- - 1 -Trm ivi-i .■ :- SENIORS DAVID DEAN CHRISTJANSEN, Lakeland, Fla.; B.S., Business Administration. JANICE NICHOLS CLAXTON, Sarasota, Fla; B.S.. Business Administration. CAROLYN JEANNE COLEMAN, Miami, Fla.; A.B., English; Zeta Tau Alpha, SFEA. HARRIET ANN COLEMAN, Midville. Ga.; B.S., Physical Education; Phi Epsilon Mu, WSGA. ROY BEECHER COLEMAN, Lakeland, Fla.; B.S., Industrial Arts. MARY ETHEL COMFORT, Miami, Fla.; B.S., Ele- mentary Education; Phi Mu, MSM, SFEA. GERALD LAMAR CONNER, JR.. Bartow, Fla.; B.S., Business Administration. GEORGE EDWARD COOK, Miami, Fla.; B.S., Busi- ness; Sigma Chi. PHOEBE ELIZABETH COOK, H annis, Mass.; B.S., Elementary Education. SARA ANN COOLBAUGH. East Aurora, N.Y.; A.B.. Spanish: Alpha Chi Omega, Social Standards Com- mittee. LINDA BROOKS COOPER, Lakeland. Fla.. A.B., French; Sigma Sigma Sigma. KELLY DAVID CORNELIUS, Frankfort, Ky.; B.S., Science; Sigma Chi, Senate, Alpha Delta Pi Sweetheart. EVELYN U. CRA VFORD, Lakeland. Fla.; B.S., Ele- nientary Education: SFEA. JOHN DIXON D.WIS, Gaincs ille, Fla.; B.S.. Indus- trial Arts; Pi Kappa Phi. LARRY CARL D. WSON, Ft. Belvoir. Va.; A.B., His loiy: Tau Epsilon Phi. % % ♦ • ♦ % ♦ « » 1965 JOHN JORDAN DERVIN, Port Washington, N.Y.; AM., Art; Phi Sigma Kappa, Vagabonds, Kappa Pi. RICHARD MORRIS DORMAN, Lakeland, Fla.; A.B., Art; Kappa Sigma, Kappa Delta Sweetheart, Varsity Golf. DAVIS AYRF.S DRAKE, Sociolosy; Theta Chi. Wynnewood, Pa.; A.B., JACK DALE Dl ' RBIN, Orlando. Fla.; A.B., Religion; Gamma Sigma Chi, MSM. WILLIAM A. DURRANCE, Lake Placid, Fla.; B.S., Business; Sigma Chi, Circle K, MSGA. BILLIE DIANE EAKER, St. Petersburg, Fla.; A.B., English; Alpha Omicron Pi, Alpha Psi Omega, Vaga- bonds. Pi Kappa Phi Sweetheart. ELAINE KIRBY EATON, Garden City, N.Y.; B.S., Business Administration; Delta Zeta, Southern Staff, Women ' s Business Club, Bowling League, Pi Gamma Mu. CAROL ELAINE EDENS. Annapolis, Md.; A.B., His- tory; Kappa Delta, Political Llnion, Pi Delta Epsilon, Kappa Pi, Interlachen. Junior Class Vice-President, SFEA. WILLIAM WALKER EDMAN. JR., Pompano Beach, Fla.; A.B., Government; Pi Kappa Phi. SGA President, Sr. ROTC, Political Union, Omicron Delta Kappa. JANICE LEE ELLIOTT, Tampa, Fla.; AS., English, Journalism; Alpha Chi Omega, Pi Delta Epsilon, .Southern, ROTC Coed Sponsor. ALLEN FLOYD ELLIS, Ft. Myers, Fla.; B.S., Econom- ics; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. SUSAN ALICE ERTLEV. Kingston, Pa.; A.B., French, English: Sigma Sigma Sigma, SFE.A. JAMES HAROLD EVANS, JR., Orlando, Fla.; B.S., Psychology; Sigma Chi. WILLIAM C. FARMER. Ill, Pompano Beach. Fla.; B.S.. Business: Delta Sigma Pi. Mens Intramural Board. WILLIAM DENNIS FERGUSON. Boca Raton. Fla.; B.S., Business Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha, Senate, MSG. Secretary. Sr. ROTC. IFC. V 249 SENIORS Ilk Ail i. 1 WILLIAM D. FLETCHER, Pompano Beach, Fla.; A.B., English, Drama; Sigma Tau Delta, Vagabonds, Soccer, Alpha Psi Omega. DAVID JOSEPH FORTHOFER, Lakeland, Fla.; B.S., Science; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Beta Beta Beta. LEO STEVEN FOX, Sarasota, Fla.; BS., Business Ad- ministration; Tau Epsilon Phi, Jewish Student Gov- ernment Association, Inter-Faith Council, SFEA. LAWRENCE HARVEY FUCHS, Hempstead, N.Y.; A.B., English; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Radio Club. DONALD THOMAS GEIGER. Lakeland, Fla.; B.S., Industrial Arts; Industrial Arts Club. VERRA ELIZABETH GIBBONS, Sarasota, Fla.; B.S., Elementary Education; Southemettes, Sigma Rho Epsi- lon, UCCF, SFEA. LINDA FAYE GIBSON, Danville, Va.; B.S., English; Alpha Chi Omega, Sigma Tau Delta. LAUREL LOUISE GILMOUR, Yonkers, N.Y.; B.S., Elementary Education; WSGA, Junior Adviser, Concert Choir, SFEA. VERONICA MARY GNOZZIO, Garden City, N.Y.; A.B., Sociolog) ' : , lpha Omicron Pi, Psi Chi, Intra- mural Board. MARK WARREN GOCKEL, Pompano Beach, Fla.; B.S., Economics; Theta Chi, Kappa Delta Sweetheart. JAMES HERMAN GOODMAN, Amityville, N.Y.; B.S., History; Kappa Sigma. ERNEST CHARLES GOODRICH, Campbell. N.Y.; B.S., Chemistry; Theta Chi, Soccer Team, Men ' s Intra- murals, American Chemical ScKiety. BETTY BROWN GOOLSBY, Lakeland, Fla.; B.S., Elementary Education. ROBERT JAMES GOULD, Mangohick, Va.; B.S., Biology; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Beta Beta Beta, Citrus Club, Soil Conservation Society, International Club. BETTY PIERCE GREENMAN. Cocoa Beach, Fla.; B.S.. Elementary Education; Kappa Delta, SFE.A, Intra- nuirals. 250 1965 SUSAN GREGORY, Jefferson, S.C; B.S., Elementary Educatio7i. MARVIN GRIFFIN, JR., Pompano Beach, Fla.; U.S., Science; Kappa Alpha. ROBERT DAVID GRIMES, Lakeland, Fla.; B.S., Business Administration; Delta Tau Delta, Delta Sigma Pi. VIRGIL JOHN GRIMES, Dade City, Fla.; BS., Citrus; Citrus Club, Soil Conservation Society. K.ATHERINE ANN GRUBB, Westfield, N.J.; A.B., History ' ; Alpha Chi Omega. JEAN WAITS GUNTER, Lakeland, Fla.; B.S., Ele- mentary Education. CHARLES RICHARD CIWINN. Miami, Fla.; A.B., Religion: Gamma Sigma Chi, MSM, Sr. ROTC. J. MES SHI ' ELY HAGEDORN, Middletown, Ohio; B.S., Economics; Theta Chi. LARRY LEE HALE, Lakeland. Fla.; Sr. ROTC, Tennis. B.S., Business; JILL ANN HALL. Winter Haven. Fla.; B.S., Elemen- tary Education: .Alpha Mu Sigma. SFEA. P. TRICIA LEE HARDESTY ' , Mayo, Md.; B.S., Home Economics: Alpha Delta Pi, Senate, Political Union, SFEA, Home Economics Club, Southern, Interlachen, Panhellenic, Hall Council. Orientation Leader. GEORGE MARK HARDING, JR.. Hinsdale, 111.; A.B., History: Phi Mu .Alpha, Concert Band, Concert Choir, MSM. LINDA LEE HARRIS, Ocala, Fla.; A.B., English; Zeta Tau .Alpha, Interlachen. ROY VANINGEN HARRIS, Orlando. Fla.; A.B.. Re- ligion; MSM. Gamma Sigma Chi. Inter-Faith Council. EVELYN IDA HARNEY. Haddonfield. N.J.; B.S., Ele- mentary Education: .Alpha Chi Omega, Interlachen. Psvchoiog Club, SFEA. iwr Tirrf f..- ' SENIORS LYNN HEBBARD, Cranford, N. J.; B.S., Business Education: Phi Mu, Intramural Board. Y ' ONNE ELAINE HEATH, Dania, Fla.; B.S., Ele- menta)-y Education: Alpha Gamma Delta, SFEA. ROBERT GRANT HENDERSHOT, Jupiter. Fla.: B.S., Math: Pi Kappa Phi, ROTC. GEORGE IRWIN HENDERSON, Lake Worth, Fla.; B.S., Chemistry: Kappa Alpha. Circle K. ROBERT GERALD HERSEY. Bar Harbor. Maine; B.S., Physical Education: Kappa Sigma, Phi Epsilon Mu. DANIEL KING HOPGOOD. Rockville. Md.; B.S., Business Administration : Delta Sigma Pi, Concert Band, ROTC, Baseball, Men ' s Residence Hall Adviser. GAIL MARION HOUSE, Plant City, Fla.; B.S., Home Economics: Phi Mu, Kappa Delta Pi, SFEA, Home Economics Club. CATHRYN EDITH HUNDLEY, Jacksonville, Fla.; B.S., Eleine?itary Education: Chi Alpha. ROSEMARY HUNT, Sarasota, Fla.; A.B.. English; Alpha Gamma Delta, WSGA, Cap arid Gown, Political Union, Sigma Tau Delta. MAXINE PIERCE HUNTER, Jacksonville, Fla.; B.S., Elementary ' Education. SONIA THERESA HUNTER, Starke, Fla.; B.S., Ele- mentary Education: SFE.A, MSM. HOWARD REYNOLDS INGLIS. Ozona, Fla.; B.S., Psychology: Psychology Club, Concert Choir. GERALDINE MAE JACKSON, Lakeland, Fla.; A.B.. English. GORDON WILLIAM JACOBS, Lakeland, Fla.; A.B., History: SFEA. LEE BLAKE JACOBS, Dunedin, Fla.; B.S., Psychology: .Alpha Chi Omega, Cap and Gown, Psi Chi, WSGA, Junior .Adviser. 252 J. 1965 DAVID KENDALL JAMISON, Atlanta, Ga.; A.B., Business: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Delta Sigma Pi, Circle K. CHARLES MILTON JEXKS, Columbus, Ohio: B.S., Physical Education: Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Epsilon Mu. HAROLD GEORGE JEWELL, JR., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; B.S., Business Administration: Phi Sigma Kappa. PAMELA MARIE JOHNSTON, Arlington Hts., 111.; B.S., Elementary Education: SFEA. SAMUEL RICHARD JONES, JR., Orlando, Fla.; B.S., Business: Tau Kappa Epsilon. MSM. ROBERT L.WVRENCE JORDAN, Miami, Fla.; B.S., Natural Science. SUSAN ELLEN KECK, St. Petersburg, Fla.; A.B., Ele- mentary Education. BETTY RUTH KENNEY, Lakeland, Fla.; B.S., Ele- nienliiry Education: Psi Chi, SFEA. CLIFFORD SIDNEY KENT. JR., Lakeland, Fla,; B.S., Chemistry, Math: .American Chemical Society. TERRY WEST KETCHAM, Amityville, N.Y.; A.B., History. JOHN M.-VRTIN KIBLER, JR., Lakeland, Fla.; B.S., Business: Kappa Alpha. ROXYANNE GAIL KING, Crescent City, Fla.; A.B., English: Sigma Sigma Sigma, Pi Delta Epsilon; SFEA, WSGA. ROBERT W. KIMBROUGH, Brooksville, Fla.; B.S., Citrus: Pi Kappa Alpha. Omicron Delta Kappa, Citrus Club. BSU, Soil Conser ation Society, Senate, SGA, IFC, Greek God. BRADFORD LOWELL KINNEY, Pinellas Park, Fla.; A.B.. History. Government: Pi Kappa Phi, Circle K, ' agabon(ls. Alpha Psi Omega. BARBARA A. KLEINSCHMIDT, Hialeah, Fla.; A.B.. Math: Delta Zeta. Panhellcnic, Greek Week Commit- tee. Cap and Gown, American Guild of Organists. Junior . dviser. 253 ' Htwj f. j »a » j SENIORS ELBERT LESLIE KNIGHT, Lakeland, Fla.; B.S., Science Division; Theta Chi. American Chemical So- ciety, BSU, J.V. Crew Coach, Industrial Arts Club, American Institute of Physics, Men ' s Intramurals. JULIE MAE KNIGHT, Plant City, Fla.; A.B., English; Alpha Gamma Delta. JOHN MOKRAY KOLEK, Lakeland, Fla.; B.S., In- dustrial Arts. CAROL JOYCE KRUCKEMYER, Oriando, Fla.; B.S., Elementary Education; SFEA. DONALD A. LAFERRIERE, Rockville, Conn.; A.B., Speech; Sigma Chi. IRGINIA TOVVNE LATIMER. Kingsport. Tenn.; B.S., Elementary Education; Alpha Delta Pi, SFEA, ROTC Coed Sponsor, Hall Council. GEORGIA LYON LAWRENCE, Ft. Myers, Fla.; A.B.. Englisli; Kappa Delta, Theta Chi Sweetheart, Fraternity Rush Council, ROTC Coed Sponsor, Supreme Court. MARY HELEN LEITNER, Micanopy, Fla.; B.S., Ele- mentary Education; Phi Mu, Vagabonds, SFEA. Senior Class Secretary-Treasurer, MSM, Intramurals. PHILIP WAYNE LEMONS. Murray Hill, N.J.: B.S., Business; Tau Epsilon Phi, Delta Sigma Pi. PATSY JEAN LE.STER, Plant City, Fla.; B.S., History; . ]pha Gamma Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Concert Choir. DAVID ARTHUR LITTLE, Sparta, N.J.; B.S., Ac- counting: Editor of The Southern, Soccer, J.V. Basket- ball. Baseball, Pi Delta Epsilon, Delta Sigma Pi. SUSAN M. LIVINGSTON, Lakeland, Fla.; A.B., Eng- lish; Phi Mu, Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Psi Omega, Vaga- Ixmds, Cap and Gown, Greek Hall of Fame. CYNTHIA SARGE LUECK, New Smyrna Beach. Fla.; A.B., History. GLENN WESLEY MacDONALD. Lakeland. Fla.; A.B., History; Theta Chi. Interlachen. Sr. ROTC. VINCENT LOUIS MAGGIO, San Antonio, Fla.; B.S., Chemistry. 254 1965 GERALD EDWARD MARTELL, Plant City, Fla.; A.B., Religioti: Gamma Sigma Chi. BILLIE CAROLYN NL-VRTLN ' , Haines City, Fla.; B.S., Physical Education, SFEA. EDWARD THOMAS MARTIN, Ontario. Canada; B.S., Physical Education. JOHN FREDERICK MARTIN, Bartow, Fla.; B.S., Chemistry; Phi Mu Alpha, American Chemical Society. NEDRA HELEN MARTIN. Winter Haven, Fla.; B.S., Elementary Education. HAZEL EWBANK M. ' SON. Gastonia, N.C.; B.S., Business .4ditiinistration: .Alpha Chi Omega, Panhel- lenic. Pi Delta Epsilon, Junior Adviser, Interlachen, Greek Hall of Fame. STANLEY MASZTAK, Rome, N.Y.; A.B.. Art; Kappa Pi. CARTER LYLE McCAFFREY, Lakeland, Fla.; A.B., Art; Pi Kappa Alpha. CHARLES LARRY McCRANIE, Windermere, Fla.; B.S., Citrus; Kappa Alpha, Citrus Club, Soil Conserva- tion Society. BARBARA AZALEA McDONAI.D. Indian Head. Md.; B.S., Business Administration; Alpha Delta Pi, Cap and Gown, Political LInion, Women ' s Business Club. Jr. Adviser, Alpha Eta Adviser, ROTC Coed Sponsor. WILLIAM R. McDonald, winter Haven, Fla.; B.S.. Industrial Arts; Sigma Chi, Industrial Arts Club. JAMES R.-VY McGEE, Charlotte, N.C.; B.S., Biology; Beta Beta Beta. JAMES JOEL Mcknight. Riviera Beach, Fla.; B.S., Business; Pi Kappa . lpha. NANCY ELIZABETH McRAE, Ellerbe. N.C.; A.B., Music; Zeta Tau . lpha. Concert Choir. JANET SUSAN McWHORTER, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; B.S., Journalism; Sigma Sigma Sigma, Interlachen, Southern. 255 ■.■•■.!ir:r:. _L=£ biA« r-.or.,r,:rrt t 4 • ' ♦• ..■♦ SENIORS .■(iWW v COOPER GREIR MEANS, Winter Park, Fla.; B.S., Physical Education: Sigma Chi, Circle K. MARILYN JOYCE MENGES, Orlando, Fla.; A.B., English; Hall Council, Bowling League. DONALD CHARLES MERRICK, Orlando, Fla.; B.S.. Math. FRANK LO ' ELL MILLEN, Watkin ' s Glen, N.Y.; AM., Speech: Pi Kappa Alpha, Vagabonds, Political L ' nion, Senior Class President. B. RBAR. . NN MILLER, Palmetto, Fla.; B.S., Home Economics: SFE.A. DON. LD MIMBS. Mulbern, Fla.: A.B., Religion. PATRICIA CAIN MILLIOT, Altamonte Springs, Fla.; B.S.. Elementan ' Education: Alpha Delta Pi. WALKER WEAR MITCHELL, Lakeland, Fla.; B.S., Accoutiting: .Accounting Club. RICHARD BENSON MOORE, Flint, Mich.; B.S., Business: Pi Kappa Phi. MARGARET M. MULLENS, Caracas, Venezuela; A.B., Spanish; Beta Beta Beta, SFEA, International Club. LYNNE KRNOUL MURPHY, Lakeland, Fla.; B.S., Business Administration; Zeta Tau Alpha, Women ' s Business Club. PAUL S. MURPHY. Lakeland, Fla.; B.S., Industrial Arts, Pi Kappa Phi. a j ' i CATHERINE L.ANGLEY NAGEL. Lakeland. Fla.; A.B., Social Studies. GENE ALLEN NEAL, Lakeland, Fla.; B.S., Business Administration. HARVEY MASON NELSON, Lakeland, Fla.; A.B., Social Science. 256 1965 SARA LYNN NORTHRUP, Ormond Beach, Fla.; A.B., Religion: Southemettes, Sigma Rho Epsilon, Alpha Mu Sigma, MSM, American Guild of Organists, Cap and Gown, Religion in Life Week Committee, Concert Choir RICHARD WILLIAM NOVAK, Lakeland, Fla.; B.S., Busineis Adininislration. EDWARD M. OHLHABER, Lakeland, Fla.; B.S., Busitiess. CAROLE ELIZABETH OLLEK, Atlanta, Ga.; AS., History. PATRICIA MARIE O ' NEAL, Lakeland, Fla.; A.B., E!eme)Uary Education; Southemettes, SFEA, American Guild of Organists. SARA ANN OSBORNE. Raiford, Fla.; B.S., Elementary Education; . lpha Omicron Pi. SFE. , Psi Chi. MARGARET CARROL OSWALD, Cleveland, Ohio; B.S., Elementary Education; MSM, SFEA. SUSAN WILLIAMS OlITTEN, Lakeland, Fla.; B.S., Biology; Beta Beta Beta, SFEA. MARSHA LOUISE PALMER, New Smyrna Beach, Fla.; .4.B., History; Delta Zcta, Lutheran Student As- sociation. Inter-Faith Council, Jr. Adviser, ROTC Coed Sponsor. BETTY ZOCH PAPPAYLION, Venice, Fla.; B.S., Ele- mentary Education; Sigma Sigma Sigma. M. RY FLO PARRISH, Lakeland, Fla.; B.S., Elemen- tary Education. P. TRICIA ANNE PARSONS. Sebastian. Fla.: A.B.. Music: Concert Choir, Sextet, MSM, ROTC Coed Spon sor. Senate. Cap and Gown, .American Guild of Organ- VICTOR PASETTI, Riverview, Fla.; A.B., Sociology. SUE PRESSLY PATTON, Jackson illc Beach. Fla.; B.S., Elementar Education; SFEA. MARGARET M. PENDLETON. Lakeland, Fla.; A.B., English: Alpha Gamma Delta, SGA, MSM, Cap and Gown, Jr. .Adviser. il w™ J " f- D 1 1 i.k 257 ' ' 4 ■ ■ - SENIORS NANCY MOVE PEPPER, Walnut Cove, N.C.; A.B., English; Alpha Chi Omega, Sigma Tau Delta. FRANCIS PETERS, Rye, N.Y.; A.B., Art; Pi Kappa Alpha, Kappa Pi. RICHARD ALDEN PETTY, Miami, Fla.; B.S., Biol- ogy; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Beta Beta Beta. CARROLL W. YNE PHILLIPS, Lakeland, Fla.; B.S., Business Admijiistration. HENRY SMITH PIERSON, JR.. Lakeland, Fla.; B.S., Business Administration. MARY ANN PITTMAN, Orlando. Fla.; B.S., Business Education; Alpha Gamma Delta, SFEA, BSLI, Women ' s Business Club, Social Standards Committee. VIRGINIA LOUISE PORTER, Lapeer, Mich.; A.B.. English; Sigma Tau Delta, Fla. National Teacher ' s Association. DALE EUGENE POTTER. Orlando, Fla.; B.S., Chem- istry; Theta Chi, .American Chemical Society. Vaga- bonds. WINSTON CHRIS RANEY, Lakeland, Fla.; BS., Busi- ness; Kappa Sigma, Delta Sigma Pi, Crew Team, IFC. LINDA LEE RAY. Winter Haven, Fla.; A.B., English: Sigma Sigma Sigma. Cap and Gown. AVSG.-V, Pi Delta Epsilon, Sigma Tau Delta. The Southern. MARK BRANT REEVE, Glen Ridge, N.J.; B.S., Busi- ness Administration; Delta Sigma Pi, Industrial Arts Club. JAMES DOUGLAS REGAN, III. Seaton, 111.; B.S., Chemistry; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Fla. Academy of Science, Soccer, MSGA, American Chemical Society. CHARLES L. REYNOLDS, JR., Lake Placid. Fla.; B.S., Busiriess: Tau Kappa Epsilon. DON FREDERICK RICHARDS. West Palm Beach, Fla.; B.S., Business Administration; Varsity Golf Team. CHARLES BABB RICKERD, Daytona Beach. Fla.; A.B., History; Lambda Chi Alpha, Beta Beta Beta, Fla. Academy of Science. 258 1965 RONALD LEWIS RICKERDS, Winter Park, Fla.; B.S., Psychology; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. NADINE WATERS ROBBINS, Kathleen, Fla.; BS., Elementary Education; Alpha Mu Sigma, SFEA, Con- cert Choir. RAYMOND EDWARD ROGERS, Leonia, N.J.; B.S., Business Administration; Kappa Sigma, Circle K, Delta Sigma Pi, Senate. JANE GRIFFITHS ROHRBACK, North Miami, Fla.; B.S., Accounting; .Alpha Chi Omega, Intramurals. GARY MITCHELL ROTH, Northridge. Calif.; B.S., Business; Pi Kappa .Alpha. IFC. RUBY G.ALE RUKE, Ft. Myers, Fla.; B.S., Elementary Education; Phi Mu, SFE.A, Vagabonds. MICHAEL PETER SAITTA, Orlando, Fla.; B.S., Math. CHARLES R. SCHINDLER, Malvern. Pa.; B.S., Eco- nomics: Sigma Alpha Epsilon. SUSAN .SCHIRMER, Saugerties. NY.; AM.. English: Alpha Chi Omega, V ' arsity Cheerleader, Intramurals, SGA Secretary. BARBARA ANN SELLERS. Tampa, Fla.; A.B., Jour- nalism; Kappa Delta, WSGA, The Southern, 1964 Interlachen Editor. Political L ' nion, Pi Delta Epsilon, Cap and Gow-n. Panhellenic Council, SFEA, Greek Hall of Fame, Intramurals. Supreme Court Justice. MARSHA M. SHACKELFORD. Miami, Fla.; A.B., Social Studies; Zeta Tau Alpha, Interlachen, Greek Week Committee, Panhellenic. MARGARET D. SHARP, Lakeland, Fla.; A.B., His- tory; Southernettes, SFE. . Cap and Gown, Sigma Rho Epsilon. WSG.A, Pi Gamma Mu, Vestminster Fellow- ship, Inter-Faith Council. CARL WILLIAM SHRADER. Clearwater. Fla.; A.B., Economics: Theta Chi. MS(.. , IFC . Intramural Board, Concert Band. GAIL HARVARD SHEPPARD. Lake Wales, Fla.; BS., Elementary Education. KAREN G.AYLE .SMITH. Orlando, Fla.; B.S.. Business .Administration; SFE.A. Women ' s Business Club. 259 " T ' — rjianBTOKK BiV25IiIiaC;:ilCi£ SENIORS STUART WAY SMITH, Winter Park, Fla.; B.S., Journalism; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. THOMAS AMORY SMITH, Amityville, N.Y.; B.S., Accounting: Kappa Sigma, Circle K, Delta Sigma Pi, IFC. JANET LEE SNOW, DeLand. Fla.; B.S., Elementary- Education; Alpha Delta Pi, SFEA. ROBERT DONALD SOPER. Bethesda, Md.; A.B., A rt; Kappa Alpha, Kappa Pi, Circle K. CAROLE ANNE SOUTH, Columbus, Ohio; B.S.. Ele- mentary Education; Phi Mu, WSGA, SFEA, Pi Delta Epsilon, The Southern. ROSEMARY KATE STABELL, Winter Park, Fla.; A.B., Elementary Education. CHARLONA MARIE STAMM, Zanesville, Ohio; A.B., Speech. MARY ANN MOLLY STARLING, Orlando, Fla.; B.S., Elementary Education. SUSAN CALDWELL STOKES, Fulton, Ky.; A.B.. Music Education; Sigma Sigma Sigma, Concert Choir. CAROL EVELYN SWATA, Miami, Fla.; B.S., Ele- mentary Education; Southernettes, MSM, Beta Beta Beta, SFE. , Alpha Mu Sigma, Concert Choir, Concert Band. BARBARA ANN TALL, Gary, Ind.; B.S., Elementary Education; Zeta Tau Alpha, SFEA, Jr. Adviser. ROBERT PHILIP TAYLOR, JR.. Glen St. Mary, Fla.; B.S., Business Administration. VICKI ADELE TAYLOR, Bartow, Fla.; B.S., Home Economics. WAYNE BERNARD TAYLOR. Lakeland, Fla.; B.S., Business Administration; Sigma .Alpha Epsilon, Delta Sigma Pi. PETER . LAN THIBODEAU, Orlando, Fla.; A.B., Social Science; Tau Kappa Epsilon. 260 1965 EARL FINCHER THOMPSON, Germantown, Tenn.; B.S., Business Administration; Kappa Alpha, Circle K, Delta Sigma Pi. NANCY MAE THOMSON, Jacksonville, Fla.; B.S., Elementary Education. DAVID McCULLOUGH THORNE, Delray Beach, Fla.; A.B., History; Pi Kappa Phi, Soccer. MARY SUE TISDALE, Lakeland, Fla.; B.S., Biology, Cap and Gown. .American Chemical Society, Beta Beta Beta, Fla. Academy of Science. MICHAEL PHILIP TOLLE. Lakeland, Fla.; A.B., Political Science: Kappa .Alpha. EVERETT A. ROBINSON, III, Grand Rapids, Mich.- B.S., Physical Education: Tau Kappa Epsilon. ELIZABETH M. TRAENKLE, Lakeland, Fla.; B.S., Business Administration: Delta Zeta, SFEA, Women ' s Business Club. ALEXANDER J. TROY, III, Miami, Fla.; B.S., Busi- 7iess: Kappa Sigma. Delta Sigma Pi, Circle K. MARGERY ANNE UFFORD, Ithaca, N.Y.; B.S., Home Economics. JERRY LYNN ULREY, Oviedo, Fla.; B.S., Business: Kappa .Alpha. JOHN ARTHUR VARNER, Fairbom, Ohio; B.S., Economics; Chi Alpha. DONALD ALFRED VAUGHAN, Winter Haven, Fla.; B.S.. Citrus; Citrus Club. JOSEPH WILLIAM VAUGHAN. Fairfield, Pa.; B.S., Chemistry. PETLEY CLIVE EV. Lakeland. Fla.; B.S., Account- ing. JUNE ALLISON WAITE, Miami, Fla.; BS., Business Administration; SFEA. 261 .rrjfTMivTci- " rur-.-- .■• ' n r-:-n ' -- ' ' fj7.Ti- TnrTr,ilrri -i;; ' .. SENIORS JAMES ALBERT WALKER, Lakeland, Fla.; Business Administration. MARY JUANITA WALKER, Lakeland, Fla.; Biology. CAROLYN VINCENT WARDEN, Fairfax, Va.; Physical Education. DAVID JOSEPH WATSON. Auburndale, Fla.; B.S., Economics; Theta Chi. BSU. Sr. ROTC, Citrus Club, IFC, Tennis, Residence Hall Adviser. JOHN SCOTT WELLS. Fairborn, Ohio: B.S.. Eco- nomics; Sigma Chi, Basketball Team, Intramurals. PAMELA ROSZELL WHEELER, Largo. Fla.; B.S., Psychology; Alpha Omicron Pi. PAULA MARIE WHISLER. Chesterland, Ohio; B.S., Elementary Education; Sigma Sigma Sigma, Vagabonds, Phi Sigma Kappa Sweetheart. HAROLD JAN WILHELM. Boca Grande, Fla.; A.B., English; Tau Kappa Epsilon. Sr. ROTC. M, RIANNE E. WILMAN. Clearwater, Fla.; B.S., Ele- mentary Education; Soiithernettes, SFEA, Sigma Rho Epsilon, Westminster Fellowship. GAIL MOODY WILLS, Plant City. Fla.; B.S.. Ele- mentary Education. DANIEL LEE WILSON, Watkin ' s Glen, NY.; A.B., English; Pi Kappa Alpha. Vagabonds. JOAN MARIE WOLFE, Akron, Ohio; B.S., Elementary Education; Sigma Sigma Sigma, Psi Chi. PHILLIP LEE WOMBLE, Highland City, Fla.; B.S., Social Science. 262 1965 JOHN BENNETT WOODALL, Lakeland, Fla.; A.B.. History. STEVEN YAREMA. Orlando, Fla.; B.S., Math. GERALD MICHAEL YATES, Fellsmcre, Fla.; A.B., History. PAMELA LOUISE YATES, Key West, Fla.; B.S., Psy- sical Education; Kappa Delta, SFEA, Phi Epsilon Mu, Intramurals. JAMES DOUGLAS YEATTS, Coral Gables, Fla.; B.S., Physical Education: Sigma Phi Epsilon. MARTHA JEANNE YOUKEY, Lakeland, Fla.; A.B., Spanish; Alpha Chi Omega, Political Union, Panhel- lenic. JAMES OWEN YOUMANS. Wauchiila, Fla.; B.S., Physical Education; Sigma Chi. DOUGLAS ALAN YOUNG, Hialcah, Fla.; A.B., His- tory; Tail Kappa Epsilon, ROTC Honor Guard, Resi- dence Hal l Adviser. WALTER PRICE YOUNG, Lafayette, Ind.; B.S. Busi- ness; Sigma Chi. G. FLOYD ZIMMERMANN. Ill, Lakeland, Fla.; B.5, Psychology Sigma Chi, IFC. RAYMOND G. ZINCKGRAF, Riviera Beach, Fla.; B.S., Business Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon, IFC. ESTHER OWENS ZINK, lakeland, Fla.; B.S., Ele- mentary Education; SFE. , Chi .Mpha. 263 ■ ■■ ■ . ...Tri tr,I ■.lTr ---l. .■ l. ' -■♦- .. The Junior Glass OFFICERS BOB Mcknight President JIM BERRY Vice-President SANDY RAILSBACK Secretary-Treasurer McKnight, Railsback, Berry. The Junior Class started off the year by sponsoring an all-campus dance, with free refreshments served. The real fun (and work) came later on in the second se- mester, with the sponsorship of the class ' s second annual all-campus Talent Show. There was a great variety of entertainment, and prizes were given to the winners of each category. The proceeds from the show were donated to the E. T. Roux Library for the purchase of new books. 264 i % ■ % ■.% % - i 4 % O -O (!!!. C ( iililii H ill " It ' s not the slicing kind of pie. " Aarthun, Steven Russell Adams, Charles Wilson Addair, Kyle Ashcom Addenbrook, Thomas E. Aker, Larry Ray n ■pi r Alley, Paul Frederick Ambrose, Pauline Sara Anderson, Sharon Lee Anthony, Harry Marvin Antinori, Carole Joy p ■ — •? ■•■■ ' . . Athearn. Marv Elizabeth A inger. Edward Jerry, Jr Bailey, Betty Joette Baker, Ralph Thomas Balser, David Kimball 1 t j5 1 Baque, Frank Barlow. John Fenton, Jr. Barnes, James Higley, Jr. Bateman, Elizabeth M. Bates, Robert Leon t Batting. Douglas Andrew Beardsworth. Louise . Beasley. Ronald Bruce Beatty, Linda Gail Beckman, William Henry JUNIORS lf0S 1 ' » U.J OL-L— K.UU4I 265 ■■«WTT ?y mi.r ' T ? " !rj- ' -. ' - " --i- - ' r w-: ■ rr " ' aM -«r ?-. T.n,TtwiTyr---rr. i Belcher, Allen E. Belden, Henry M., Ill Bennett, John C. Bergen, Nancj ' Jane Berr), Jimmy Dodd Berry ' , Sandra Lee Birdsong. Charles H. Bishop, Arthur Lanier Blake, Stephen Norman Blessing, Norman Allan Blue, Richard R.. Jr. Borrego, Henry Walter Bowman. Robert James Brackney. Stuart Roger Bracy, Brenda Sue Brande. Michael Louis Brosius, Donald J., Jr. Brownell, Lynda Sue Bryan, Allen Steven Buie, George A., HI Buzzelli, Renaldo Jerome Byers. Jerold Don Carlton, Bascom W., Jr. Carmichael. Robert W., Jr. Carmel, Franklin Jeffrey JUNIORS if ' i «; ' Ci r: e d ' m ' " Okay, bring in the spashetti sauce! " 266 41- li -J« «S) Caton, Eva Frances Carter, Doris Diane Center, Thelma Elaine Ceriani, Edward Charles Chason, William Edwards Cherry. Michael Joseph Clark, John Roger Cloyd. Michael David Cochran, Joseph Milton Coker, Robert Clifton Coleburn, Virginia N. Connell, Judy L. Gleaton Cook, Barbara Somers Cook, Carolyn Seaver Coram, Gerald White Council, David Patrick Council, Emniett Howard Coyle, Jackson Wyatt Crankshaw, Lynne E. Crawford, Sandra Lee Creech. Jay Gardner Cressman. Philip Charles Croxton. Arthur A. Culbert, David Luehra Darbv, Terence Michael Friday niglu it ' s alwavs fish. JUNIORS 267 ■ri vM tr J ' H - ri-.r »,rTWH || BBlfi|iMi TiriTmnTTrini Delaney, Jeanne Bouton DeSear, Robert Ashland Deupree, William J., Ill Dissinger, Chester B., Jr. Donnelly, Michele Gayle Donovan. Robert George Douglass. Lorrain Frantz Douglas, Myles Schwach Douglas. Paul Lewis Downey, Bill Otis Duff, Dorothy Ann Dulzaides. Diana M. Duncan, Barbara Annette Duncan, Frances Hughes Dunn, Jack Alder Edinger, Harrison H. Edwards, Catherine Page Eichhorn, Toni Juanita Eisenberg, Thomas J. Elliott, Geraldine Kay Enstice, Robert Park Esau. Diane Carol Evison. William E., Jr. Ezell, Susan Dawn Fairbanks, Kenneth M. JUNIORS O ' I .il ii d. U " Oh, what a beautiful morning! Oh, what a beautiful day! " ♦ ;♦ « « « « K k...:. r. ' S 1 " What can we do about tlie protozoan in the lemonade? " Faraon, La;i „ Madelon Farenwald, Donna Adele Fichtner, Margaret Maria Ficquette, Arthur Scott Finney, Paul Lucas Flath, Mary Margaret Ford, Marian Leigh Ford, Robert Freeman, Penny Cassandra Freeman, Robert Norman Fried, Harold Edwards Friedman, Lawrence N. Fulford, Carolyn Win Furnell, William Perry Gabel, Lynda May Gaddis, Dwight Edmond Gauches. Joseph Z. Gibson, Kenneth Heisey Gilbertson, Carole Ann Godwin, Frances Gayle Good. Charles Wilson Graham. Juanita Delorcs Gray, Susan Jane Green, Terry Boyd Gregory, Gary Manz JUNIORS 260 yrrr ftifiaasi- - jPiwcrrrvTH -iES?. ' " nirr ■n ' ?Tr " ' TT7iW " •■ ■ ' -«Tnmrv.TTT-t.- .-.. t - ' n ' M; Griffith, Sondra Elaine Griffiths. Jane A. Grove, Shirley Nadyne Hall, Donald Raymond Hall, Kenneth C, Jr. Hamelryck, Paul David Hamm, Charles Dale Hamme, Eleanor Parsons Hardwicke, Martha F. Harris, John Scott Haskins, Laraine Lynne Haskins, Monroe Leon Hawk, Marian Alice Hayes, John Raymond Haynes, Robert A. Hazelwood, William B. Hedges, Harry Leslie, Jr. Hedges, Lois Charlene Helton, William S., Jr. Hemstreet, Donald Jon Henry, James MacKay Hevener, Johnnie Grace Hill, Charies Callis Hobson, Susan Caroline Hoff, Clyde Weston, Jr. JUNIORS ■-■■ " ■■- ' ' ssa " Now I know I don ' t believe him! " 270 ,o o o iii .C ; =ri! T-4 r s V jL " Sli i t " Sure Moose, we think you ' d make a gre at pro-football tackle. ' iii Holmbeig, Mary B. Holtzclaw. Linda C. Honeycutt, David Judson Hopkins, Walton T. Hornback, Robert F. Hovey, Donald West Hoyer, William Exiine Hubcr, David Michael Hiiebncr, Kenneth E. Hunt, Huland Thomas Hunter, Peter Holland Hunzeker, Susanne Hurt, Betena Ann Hussey, Margaret Ann Ingle, Robert Lewis Jackson, Cheryl Ann Jackson, Preston Wayne Jacobsen, Craig Charles Jenkins, Gran Parker Johnson, William Edward Jones, Dianne Elizabeth Jones, Ernest Graves, III Jowers, James Alan Keithly. Kenneth Paul Kempfer, Merrill William JUNIORS 271 iiacjLi ' jxaisn » 4 • • ♦ Kent, Cynthia Lee Kent, Rachel E. Kerr, Robert Scott Kesler, Dickson Edwin Kiddoo, Linda Kay Kiesel. Hilbert Donald Kimbrough. tartha C. Kinsey. Daniel Hugh Kirkland, Catherine D. Kleinkopf, Peter James Kopp, Robert Earle Laing, Susan J. Staples Lam, ' William L., Jr. Laudau, Steven Douglas Langdon, Nancy John Lasdon, Lawrence Hugh Lauderdale, Ronnie D. Lay, Sandra Anne Laymon, Sarah Mildred Ledlow, Joel Boyd Lee, Bob Meaders Lee, David Stephen Levine, Roger Mark Lincoln, Heidi Ann Lippton, Joan Lee 1 1 t 1 ! ' --vrf MMV 1 fi 1 a L . LI a 0i ■4 " They must have made a mistake— there ' s mail in here! " JUNIORS 272 V " ' « 1 , J J .JU vm ••ri . f . f! £y ' ' ' ,j % " .f Tj ;■ ' «- fc-l ' - t tl ' ' KfeAA O J i C ft ■la j I ' 9 111 ■AIM " I think it was something I ate. ' ' : ' Z ' ' Lipski, Pamela Lois Longo, Leonard Victor Louden, Moll O ' Neill Ludwig, Joseph Lawrence Luke, Sara Susan Lukes. William C, Jr. Lundeen. Phillip Warren Lyle, William R.. Jr. Marlcv, Miriam Martin, Katlierine .Adams Martone, David Mack Masaitis, Edward A.. Jr. McClary, Thomas S., Jr. McGee, William L., Jr. Mclr in, Sue McKnight. Robert Wavne McLeoti, John Hiram McMichael, Joan McNamara. Gary ' aiighn Meachem, Thomas R. Meeks. Robert Edward Meyers. Linda Evelyn Miller. Claudia Knight Miller, Richard Paul Millet, Edwin Louis JUNIORS 273 vr « ' .W1KT vnrrrTT ' ! J SWW -.-TavyicniFt.ViXTVTOt L jg K ' - ' Tj rr . ' - it:-. nrr c vr ra j . ♦ ♦• .•♦ Minshew, Jane Ehrhardt Mitchell, Judy Wileen Morris, Nancy Jane Mulrein, William C. Munn, Cecelia Ann Myers, Ronald Francis Needles. Joanne Nelson, Mary Gay Newkirk, Yvonne E. Newton, Judy Ann Nichols, Anne Driskell Noge, Harry John, Jr. Noonan, Thomas Richard Norton, June Faye Nunn, Robert Gayle, III Ogilvie, Michael M. Oktavec, Frank John Owens, James Guy Parker, Michael Breck Patterson, Joel Floyd, Jr. Payne, Susan Gail Perkins, Karen Ingrid Permar, Pamela Claire Petrone, Robert Michael Petterson, Sylvia R. JUNIORS " I hate ballpoint pens that don ' t work! " 274 . ' .% % ' % 4 " Oh, if the gang back home could see me now! " Petty, Curtis Massey Price, Robbye Lee Price, Sandra Lee Prieto, Ellita Adrian Prine, Jacqueline C. Railsback. Sandra Jo Rains, Jackson Dennison Rankin. David Lee Reedy. Wanda Mae Reich, Dickie Jean Reid. Mary Allen Reilly, Jean .Ann Remington. Thomas T. Renton, Kathryn Lois Reynolds, Caryl Anne Rice. Lvnn Barton Ridley, Ann Scobie Riinel, Leslie Lamar Roach, Roger Earl Roberts, Paul Marvin Robinson. Kathcrine B. Rogers. Frances irginia Rubush. Charlotte .Ann Sapp. Paulette Louise Schlamel. Richard Carl JUNIORS 275 •rfTOiSSBlSli ■:inE_ ;-i« " yiiK:j.-;!i5iE " jj:ffijLiE: ■jTTTy-.i-rriT-Tf - __ _ ♦ -♦• Schmidt. Henry George Schwartz. Carhon S., Jr. Sellet, Jack Allan Sellner, John Robert Seward, Walter J., Ill Shipley, Paul Larsen Shy, Susan Newton Silvers, Ronald Steven Smelt, William Howard Sniith, Sheila Carol Snavely, Harry Chiles Standifer. Robert Thomas Steele. Richard Bliss Stephens. Karen C. Stewart. James Barton Stim, Susan Lee Stockton, Patricia Ann Storter, Jeanne Lou Stover, Allen W. K. Stover, Beverly Ann Tallman, Benjamin A. Talmadge, Douglas Van Taylor. Sandra Kaye Terrell, Michael J. Thompson, James Philip JUNIORS m c - f A p ii?« ' ' v 9 1 il et a - « u f i m " And when we finish reading this, I have a whole set of encyclopedias. " i 276 £J.. Thompson, Roger Lee Thomson, Ma; iorie Ellen Thornal, Benjamin C, III Ticknor, Shirley . n: ' . Tiller, LouLs S., Jr. Trask, Betty Evelyn Tyler, Marvin George anhoiTi, Bonnie Dale Vannostrand, Robert Vayo, Ronald Joseph Voight, Suzanne Vyner, Rick Nelson Waddell, Castner Rolfe Wager, Charlene Carol Vainer, Nana Lee Walker, Gerald Gilbert Waters, Luna Delores Watkins, Charles Thomas Watkins, Eunice Kay Watson, John Wesgarth Watters, Sharon Frame Vaugh, Elizabeth Lee Webster, ' irginia Weinstein, Jay Stephen Vells, Gertrude Thomhil " I wish someone would come along so I could take their picture. " JUNIORS 277 ' MttMt r.im j Hinit. ' r t ■i mnnwu ii Lffr ' .wwiT-v - ' : ' ? ' " " r ' -: ' i? .vr? ' mr i ' !t ' ' rTi ' Jii " -■ ' -•••■ ' Welsh, Walter Andrew Whitacre, Willetta Ann hitaker, Edward P., Ill Whitaker, James B. White, Stephen Howard White, Stephen London Whitehurst, James Allen Wilhelm, Thomas Allan Williams, Lloyd Glen Williams, Paula Bauer Left: " Punch me in the mouth fella— and you punch my lawyer. " Below: " Hey, that ' s not the key I ' m playing in! " JUNIORS 278 f5. I . i i A 9 c Williams, Robei t ]ohn Willis, Louise Wingfield Wilson, Janet Fannin Wolfe, Marilyn J. Wooldridge, Linda Laync Wright. Elsie Ruth Yates, Judy Ann Yoder, Gary Menard Zukowski, Eleanor Ann Jk Right: Right knee a little to the left. Below: " This school won ' t give you a chance if you can ' t pass your sophomore tests. " JUNIORS 279 ITS ' ' - _ ' 7- ' ■ ' " isAirtm-.r-f : The Sophomore Glass OFFICERS ELLIOTT GOODMAN President BOB DRAVECKY Vice-President MARY DALE COONLEY Secretary-Treasurer Goodman, Coonle), Diavecky At the beginning of every new year, the Sophomore Class sponsors Rat Week and Rat Court to help the Freshman Class adjust itself to college life. This year, the Class of 1967 had the freshmen wear beanies, and made them learn, by heart, the Alma Mater and the names of all campus build- ings. For those uncoof er- ative few a Rat Court was held, complete with trials, verdicts (of course, all were guilty), and the proper sen- tences. Rat Week of 1964 was very successful, and a good deal of fun. In addi- tion to this annual event, the Sophomore Class spon- sored several campus dances. 280 I . i ' .% • % ' . % . 4 f - p r ■. ' ft; s IRl " 4tk Abel, Doiu. . , Adams, Archer ]., IH Adams, Charles Raymond Agnew, Robert Koni Ahlgren, John Alfi ' :■ Aiello, Man, ' Ann Aitken, Bruce Emil Alexander, Farleana R. Allen. Eugenia Lucy Alper, Linda Lee Andci-son. John Russell Baker, Ruth Anne Barber. Ruisell A.. Jr. Barker. James Michael Bassler, Tim Burke Bastin, Martha Janice Beaslcy, Ben Mayfield Beckham, Orrin Burns Belcher, Randall Woodrow Bell, Sandra Jeanne Bennett. Catherine Jean Biermann, Margaret Ellen Blake, Lila .Ann Blocker. Norman Eugene Boddy, Ruthann SOPHOMORES 281 Ag;i " -i ' •■ ?.lf: ' : ' ; " " r ' ■■v »T77»TO.■y J- ■■ ritirfcTT-CT .TUTanrvr i-r — ■ v -.-; ' fsrrji " rut-. :« ..« Bodfish, Jayne Cleveland Bonnell. George Allen Bostelman. Linda Carol Boutwell, Ronnie William Bowen, Lewis H. Bowman, David Holmes Bozeman, Glenda Joyce Brandis, David J. Brant. Rosemary Breeding, James Morrison Broocke, William Nathan Brown, Aleta Lucile Brown, Donald Jack Brown, Gerald William Brown, Louise Alice Brown, Sarah Marilyn Brown, Susan LaVonne Bryan. War ren Leroy, Jr. Bryant. Sally Jo Bunten, Judy Lynn Burris, Harold W., Jr. Crimes, James Earl Calhoun. Sandra Lee Caracuzzo, John Tyrrell Carlan, Cabell Briscoe It ' s entertaining, but nothing can beat the Highland Fling. SOPHOMORES 282 w ♦ % « « ittiJi " Well, Mom, baby brother must be here somewhere. This is where I put him. ' mi r :tiimm Cash, Bruce Elton Chinn, Maryann Chipley. Rene Clark, Blair James Clark, Richard Andrew Clayton. Wiley Gayle Cleaver. Robert . ' Man Cleveland. Montine J. Cochran, Stanley John Colado, Guy Dickson Colfax, Douglas Raymond Collins, Mary Inez Collins. Thomas F.. Jr. Coonley, Mary Dale Costan, Gregory Arthur Coty, Suzanne Buford Crawlev, Bernice P. Culbreth, Hugh G.. Jr. Curland. Phyllis . nne Cushraan, Stanley Eugene Davenport, Jane Davis, Bonnie Kay Davis, Don James Davis. John Franklin Del ecchio, David F. SOPHOMORES 283 " l-f rTI—il -ir. r- T - T an T irV ».v « »»tr v »llg! .•!7Vr " j, --.r ri!- " THr- s. ' :i ' : ' Denmark, Robert Allen Dermont, Thomas Robert Deuel, Ray Eugene, III Dibiccari, Robert D. Dickerson, Charles W. Dickens, Mar) ' Ann Doherty, Daniel Allen Donaldson, Patricia Lynn Downing. Jane Ketcham Drake, Keith Byrd Dravecky, Robert Stephen Driggers. John Edward Duffer, Patricia Ann Duffield, Linda L. Durrence, James Larry Dye, Craig Wolcott Dykstra, Gretchen Louise Echols, Gerald Talmage Eddy, Cheryl Darlene Eisen, Roberta Marcia Eisnaugle, Eric Jon Elmer, Maryann English, Joseph C. Erickson, Andrea Parhara Eubanks, Judith Anne 3 BJ B k. ...„::u.. I HH Which brings us to the teachers Hall of Fame, beginning on the left with Dr. SOPHOMORES 284 1 1 ik So THIS is powder piiif football! Evers, Vicki Rochelle Ezell, Braxton Robert Faser, Edward Charles, jr. Fenrich, Andrew G. Ficquette, Jeanne Louise Field, Nancy Susan Flood, Marjorie Elaine Fortson, Janet Lee Freeman. Grover C. Frisbev, Phvllis Loretta Fritdiley, David Richard Fritschel. Sandra Kay Fuhrman, Pamela Kay Fulmer, Marilyn Lee Gaines, Dennis Forest Gardner, Michael Cook Gaylor, Susan Eileen Gibbs, Sherry Eloise Giegcr. Douglas Mack Giurato, Joe Edward Godwin, Carroll Eugenia Goodman, Elliott Paul Goodman, Renee Graf, Nancy Lynne Grant, Judith Anne SOPHOMORES L Gray, Dale Marie Greenway, Donnie Jean Gregory, Harold Lee Griffee, Susan Patricia Griffin, Ben Hill, III Grimm. Steven Charles Guthrie. Paul Alexander Hailing, Donna Lee Hamilton, Lloyd C. Harmon, Fred James, Jr. Harris. Patrick Luther Hatch, Geraldyne Marie Hayes. Sally Lucinia Heckle. Maryan Wellons Helsel, Stephen E. Helton, Jean Louise Helwig. Russell Harrison Hemphill. William Hunter Hendrick, Charlene Y. Hentges, Linda Susan Herndon, Susan Gayle Hicks, Carolyn Meroney Hicks. Sheryn Sue Higgins. Faith Francis Hogsett, Bertice Ann ft L. ' W rpn y fh- 1 i iiiii - f» ' ' ♦ • ,( ' It ' s cool. Dackly. cool. SOPHOMORES 286 .- . •:•••■■ .1 fl f ? Don ' t anyone move. This is a stick-up. Hood. Martha Ann Hopkins, Donald M., Jr. Hombeck, Karen Elaine Houser, Diane Holbrook Hubbard, Valerie Edith Hudgins. Daniel Carter Hull. John William Hum, Linda Suzanne Hyde. Janice Lorraine Idenden, Conslantia E. Ingram. William E., Jr. Irwin. Jacqueline Ann James, Jack Pettus. Jr. James. Perry Benjamin Jamison, Ruth Elaine Johnson, Henry Fred Johnson, Joe Floyd Johnson, Kenneth Harlan Joiner, Evelyn . nne Jonas, Jacqueline Rose Jones, Joyce Kennedy Jordan, Martha ' irginia Kane, Marsha Ellen Keeler, Garland Cecil. Jr. Kelsey, Christine M. SOPHOMORES 287 ■ ' " -Tiii- - TiinTirrirgiiiii " " - ' ■■ ' -■■■■ - ' - " - ' ]r -; - • ; ' Kelsey, Robert Bruce Kennedy, Martha Ellen Kerekes, George Bela Kerr, Robert Lowell Kincaid, Margaret Ann Kincheloe. Robert W. Kindred, Alton R., Jr. Klinedinst, Edward C. Knappenberger, Gail M. Koerper, Phillip Eldon Kiibicek, Alan Lewis Lake. Mary Frances Lancer, Murray Jay Larkin, Jon Sidney Lawrence, Watson Raymond Leeper, Myra Charlene Leer. Joseph Ralph Leete, Jerome Burr Leonard, David Lee Long, David Scott Long, Mary Ann Loy, Sandra Kay Magee, Michael James Maher, Donna Katherine Marshall, Barbara Ruth Poolside socials are popular at FSC. SOPHOMORES 288 ' ' ♦ % • « « « « fv § 9 fft Q B i Teke and Kappa Sig fight it out in intramurals. Martin, Jan Martin, John Arthur Nfartin, William A., Jr. Matheney, Angus Grover Matre, Robert Marc, Jr. May, Judy Carol Maye, Donna Karen McCauley, Carolyn Ann McCoUum. James Wesley McCror •, Sarah Louise McFarland, Judith Louise McGill, Robert Lee NtcGinnis. Ravmon L., Jr. McKinlev, Barbara J. McOsker, Robert .Allen McReaken. David William Meide. .4nita Louise Nfelvin, William K. [errifield. " Wayne E. . Ietz. John Harry Middleton. Jennifer Lee Miller. Robert Lee Milliken, Mary Mills, Joe A. Minford, Susan . ppleby SOPHOMORES Mishalanie, Sarah Faith Moore. Constance Susan Moore, John Bigelow Moore, Linda Lorine Mosher, Thoinas Michael Moss, Renee Agnes Mowbray, Williain W. Murphy, John Paul Murphy, Kenneth Bruce Nagel, Penny Sue Neel, Cheryl Ann Nevin. Patricia Yvonne Nixon, John Leon Noecker, Carol Irene Norton, Rictor Carl Novotny, Robert Michael Oberle, Terry Joe Odoniel, Claire Sharlene Olson, Walter Leonard Osterholm, Carol A, Owens, James Lee Page, Kay Louise Parent, Joline Carol Parsons, Darrell Alan Patterson, Ottis C, Jr. " She would have to cut my hair shorter on one side! ' SOPHOMORES 290 ' ■■ ■ i ' k % ' ;♦ %•«« ' " Bet I ' ll study next time! " Pegues, Donald Lee Pendleton, Joyce Ann Phelps, George Whitfield Pike, Daphne Camille Place, Terry Clark Pontius, Patricia Kay Porter, Barbara Anne Prestwood, Minnie Ruth Prewitt, Susan Gay Priester, Douglas M. Princeton, Dawn Ann Proctor. Sally Jane Prosser, Judith Ann Race, Lloyd Nelson Rauls, Tyler Julian, Jr. Rawlins, Paula Elaine Reynolds, Virginia Carol Richtcr, Lois Barbara Rider, Frank Edniond Roadarmel, Robert C, Jr. Roberts, Patricia .Ann Robertson, Ellen Kay Robertson, Mar jorie Jean Robertson, Robin Maxwell Rogers, Thomas O., Jr. SOPHOMORES 291 t • 4 •♦• ..♦ Rowand, Sadie Bess Rubio. Albert Michael Rumsey, Christine Ann Rust, William Lee Salmon, Carol Elizabeth Sanford, George Garey Sawyer, Thomas Richard Schaeffer, Edith Marilyn Scharold, Harry Karl Schott, Conrad, IV Schwartz, Deborah Newton Seels, Laura Anne Shaw, Ellis Prewett Skelton, Barbara Jayne Skidmore, Tim N. Smith, Donna Darnell Smith, Gilbert Mathew Smith, Linda Diane Snyder, Herbert S. Spencer, Janice Dean Squire, Richard C, II Staryk, Michael F. Steel, Mary Louise Stephens, Charles Marion Stowers, Alan Ray i n I 1 d I ■f f- v. ' ' ■:■: " ■ ' i ■- ■ ' ' : ' • " Yes, blondes do get more mail than brunettes. ' SOPHOMORES 292 J Have you ladies read tlie surgeon general ' s report on smoking? Streeter, Jayne Ellen Stump, James Douglas Swango. Stanley S.. Ill Sweinimer, Mary Ann Swenson, Peter Tallamy, Ruth Anne Tapper, Marilyn Rose Talum, Carl Michael Taylor, David Kenneth, Jr Tavlor, Mitchell Irene Tepper, Marsha Tertany, Sandra Louise Test, NIary Elizabeth Thompson, William E., Ill Thorn, Sandra Adele Thornton, Richard B. Turney, Patricia Ann Van Huss, ' irdia R. V ' arju, AUayne Jodie Vasseur, Berta Vetter, Ed A. ' ick, Nancy C. Vachtel, John Dixon Wallace, Sharyn Allatia Wallace, Susan Gene SOPHOMORES 293 ' U»:. " :?JP :f T4S?R« Waters, William Edward Weeks, James Clement Wells, Wallace Kappel West, Ann Dee Wherry, Suzanne Akers Whidden, Dee Belle White, Paula Lou Williams, Kay Francine Williams, Linda Sue Williams, Robert Howard Willis, Bettie Joyce SOPHOMORES Above: " My client pleads guilty, I think. " Below: " The Independents were the powder- p uff football champs. First Row: Lynda Gabel, Marti Kennedy, Diana Dulzaides, Carolyn Warden, Linda Jack. Second Row: Debbie Schwartz, Marty Bastin, Mary Flath, Miriam Marley. ' j ' 294 ; ; •.•: ••■•■ •« " Willis, Grace Eileen Wirick. Patricia Ann Wisnewski, James Joseph Wolfe, Melody Wolfinger, Norman Robert Yates, Dewey Jerome Yazvac, Yvonne Zampano. Thomas Karl Zerkel, Lynthia Gale Ziegele, Claudia Mae Right: " Hel . . . . lo Dolly! " Below: " Over the river and through the woods . . . " SOPHOMORES 295 The Freshman Glass OFFICERS MIKE SHINNICK President ROGER NICHOLS Vice-Preside,n JANICE MUNDY Secretaiy-Treasurer Shinnick, Mundy, Nichols. The Freshman Class got off on the right foot as it began its academic career at FSC with an active year. During orientation week, they pro- vided plenty of entertain- ment for tlie iipperclassmen with a Talent Show. The sponsorship of several hoot- enannies and dances added to the spirit and fun of the class of ' 68. Their main project was the purchasing of a new robe for Miss Southern. 296 ' !•■%■ ;% » « « «. Q © AAAik " Okay, upperclasswomen, watch out! ' Adcock, Garth Campbell Adis, Richard David Agnew, Kathleen Jo Albritton, Nicholas F. Allen, David Edward Alston, Jere Lynn Altomare, Mary Ernestine Ammons. James Donald Antoon, John Arnold, Constance Louise Ascher, Larrv O. Atkins, Barbara Kay Atwell, Paula Anne Bagby, Emily Ann Baiiev. William Edward Bain, Bruce Edward Baker, Gary Bernard Baldwin, John Walter, Jr. Ball, ' irginia Ann Ballantyne, Amy Turner Banks, Richard Duncan Barber, Daniel Clyde, III Barker, Sandra Louise Barley, .- pril Diane Barone, Constance Joan FRESHMEN 297 Bass, Allan Delmage, Jr. Bastin, Phillip Earl Baxter, Lorraine Bayly, Victoria Anne Beasley, Beverly Diana Beavo, Katherine Marie Bell, Hilda Elizabeth Bell. Lawrence William Bell, Robert Devon Benion, . nne Catherine Bennett. David Parker Bewley, Nancy Ellen Blackburn. Linda Kay Blantz, Patricia Anne Bloxsom, Brcnda Carolyn Blue, Anne Elizabeth Blue, George Francis Bost, Pamela Janeway Boyd, Anne Boyd, James Russell Bradley. Barbara Bemice Bradshaw, Dennis Evans Bradshaw, Sandra Lee Braley, Sally Ann Bramlett. Judv Nora o f m % V 1IS «. « - L- ; E " It ' s nice, but it ' s t oo bad Madras is out. " FRESHMEN 296 • " ♦ •..♦ %•♦♦• " You won ' t hurt me. will you? " Brandon, Beth Brasher, Suzanne Kae Brose, Marilynn Kay Brower, Peter H., Ill Brown, Brenda Lane Brown, Cynthia Ann Brown, Ellinwood E. Brown, Florayne Cecille Brown, Lewis Mack Brown, Paul Willits, III Brown. Rosemary Jane Brunell, Caryl Louise Bryant. Inez Margaret Buck. Rosalie Budd, Virginia . " Vshcom Bullock, Georgia Carol Burke. Barbara . ' nn Burton, Diane Lynn Burtscher, Florence Lena Cain, John E. Camblin, Judith Marie Cannistraci, Joyce Mary Cargill, JoAnn Dorothy Carruthers. Sandra Ann Cates, Harry Edward FRESHMEN " ■ " ' 4 - • ♦ Cauthen. William Howard Cave, Joanne Virginia Ceconi, MaryAnn Galloway Chapman, Alexis Fenton Chard, Allison Edwards Chaviano, Emilio Atanasio Chellman, Helen Kay Chenoweth. Carol , nn Christine. Steven Lee Churchill, Charlotte G. Clark, Bess Camilla Clark, Candice Lee Cleek, Sandra Gayle Cobb, David Alan Cobble. Sharon Cody, Raymond GifFord Coffin, Martha Joan Cohen, Steven Lawrence Cohen, Yvonne Collman, Jerald Douglas Conner, Thomas Wayne Conrad, William Michael Conroy. Kathy Ellen Coons, Susan Ann Countryman, Frank Leroy FRESHMEN " Now I challenge any man on campus to beat this! " r 300 Covey. William Ros Cravens, Lynne Marie Crockett, Sam Gibson Crofts, Gary Joe Crone, Patsy Lee Cronin, Timothy C. Cross, Phillip Fowler Crowell, Wanda Jolccnc Croysdale. Herbert W.. II Cunningham, Margie Lynne Curtis, Alan Lance Dallas, Camille Hope Danford. Maxine Merry Daniels. James Davaz. Ayse Selma Davis, Carolyn Dean, Gayle Ellen Dent. Paula Jeanne Deuto. Bernard Gregory Dial, Donald Nelson Diaz. Gustavo Dicks, Joanne Leslie Dickinson, Robert O., Ill Dillcy. Jane Lee Dobson, Da id Jefferson FRESHMEN 301 Downard, Allen Fergusson DuKate, Elbert Laurence Dunn, John Gilbert Durrance, Stephanie Jane Eckardt, William Joseph Edenfield, Nancy Pope Edge, Xewton Perry Eickenberg, Margaret E. Ek, Nancy Susan Ekwurzel, Judy Elizabeth Eletto, Joseph Francis Elliott, Karen Sue Ensign, Patricia Dorothy Erickson, Margaret Ellen Evans, Eleanor Stokes Evans, Pamela Ann Evans, Patricia Lee Ezell. Mary Elinor Farris, Thea Genene Fanvell, Patricia Faulkner, Frances Diane Feaster, William H., II Ferguson, Phillip Lee Ferrara, Arlyne Leslie Ferreira, Theodore L., Jr. " Lesson one in water safety is to learn to swim. You ' ll learn fast! " FRESHMEN 302 " Gotta get this thing up before elections this afternoon! " Fields. William Foy, Jr. Fink, Dorothy Elaine Finney, Rachel Fisher, Julia Ann Fitzgerald, Danny Scott Flambeau, Peggy Dell Fleming, Alice Florin, Bruce AValter Forster, Shirley Irene Fox, Alan L. France, James Carl Francis. Lewis Marsh Freeman, Leslie . nne Freeman. Reid Wilson Frey, Mary Ellen Fuller, Judith .Anne Funk, Allen Mason Fuster, .Angel William Gallagher. R. Randolph Gantt, Peggy Lee Ganus, Robert Lee Gardner, John Westbrook Gaskill, Renee Ellen Gates, Roberta Jane (iause, Wallace Peyton, Jr. FRESHMEN 303 Gaylor, Sallv Ann Gcnsler, Richard Simeone Gibbons, Howard Sheldon Gibson, George Barry Gibson, Sandra Gale Gietek, Jannette Gietek. Joanne Gilleland, Virginia Dell Ginn. Thomas Moss Goldsmith, Anleslia T. Goode, Cynthia Ann Goode, Madie Ann Goodman, Mary Cator Goodwin, Jean Louise Gordon, Gloria EUenbell Gore, Terry Lee Goslin, Susan Elizabeth Gotwalt, Deborah Louise Gould, Vicki Jeanne Graham, Sharon Lynn Green, Carol Elizabeth Green, Gwendolyn Green, Leon, Jr. Green, Marsha Jane Gregory, Elizabeth Anne L A 1 i 1 i h J " Let ' s see now . . . Oh, I was writing a letter home aboiu how much I studyl " FRESHMEN 301 Ui... il«- ( r f I; 4 K, i ' ' - ' 1 ■■ o, , . ' " And we may even win a Nobel Prize! " Gross, William Frank Grubl)S, Sarah Corning Gustafson. James John Haas, Raymond Arthur Hammond, Roscoe A., Jr. Hanson, Merrilyn Jean Harber, Alexis Whitfield Hardee, Shirley Faith Hardy, Elizabeth Lee Hardy, Rodger Scott Harms, Dennis Gary- Harper, Sandra Joyce Harrington, Richard A. Harris, Patricia Lou Harvill, Howard Louis Hatchcrson, Margaret S. Hayncs. Richard Morrill Heidt, Marsha Kay Heim, Robert Evans Helmly, Martha June Hcmerick, Frederick D. Hendrick, Sheila P. Hepler, Olen Lee, Jr. Higgason, Walter T., Ill Hill. Oirv Vhitmire FRESHMEN 306 ' f " , g3Hac»?wg» .t?w tigg ' ' ' ' ' i ? ' " i ' ir«iy ' !Vi:tt«gg p ' »aaa " - ' y " Hilton, Diane Kaye Hines. Charles M., Jr. Hirsch, Mark Daniel Hockensmith, Stephen D. Hoffmann, Renate Hofmann, Thomas C, Jr. Hogan, Dana Katherine Holland. Elizabeth . nn Holland. Pegg) Cornelia Hope, Frances Anne Hopkins, ' irginia Noel Howard, Carol Anne Howe, Gaylon Leon, Jr. Hughson, Betty Jean looss, James Thomas Isbell, Nancy Jean Jaffe, Michael Edgar Jamison, Barbara Jean Jannelli, Gilbert George Jarac, Nancy Gayle Johnston, Delia Page Jones, Judy Elizabeth Jordan, Linda Kay Jordan, Michael Emmett Jourdan, Jean Louise SMILE! You ' re on Candid Camera! FRESHMEN 306 -X 4 The wondcrnicnt of a freshman. 307 Joyce. Lorraine Alma Karst, Barbara Van Kassler, David Allen Kavalir. Charles, Jr. Kcene, Donald Charles Kells, Nora Kelsey. Barbara Kennedy, Sara Jane Kicsel, Thomas Francis Kimball, Sandra Edith King, Barbara Elizabeth Kingsbury, Erdie Ray, II Kinney, Mary Dian Kirbv, .Alice Ruth Kirkpatrick, Patricia Kirsebom, Karen Ingrid Knight, . drianna Marie Knight, Nancy Lynn Krane. Klaus John Krautman, Jeffrey Lyle Krepps. Dianne Marie Ladue. Beth . nn Lamb, . lice Jean Lamb. Larry Wayne Lampmann, Walter Robert FRESHMEN nc »c v ; ' . • ■ ' f f -4 Langford, Harriet Susan Lashley, Virginia Diane Lawrence, Thomas P. Layow, Harley Edgar, Jr. Lazzeroni, Barry Douglas Lefkowitz, Ann Sycle Leinwohl, Lynn Marie Lemons, Rosemary Letsinger, Martha Helen Lindahl, Sherry Anne Liner, George Herman, Jr. Loucks, Bonita .-Vnn Lund, Susan Joan Lynch, Linda Kay Maddock, Melinda Lucie Maloney, Karen Sue Margolis, John . ' Man Marsh, Judith Darling Martin, Walter, Jr. Marvin, Marcia Frances Mast, Richard Winfield Matthews, James Russell Mangle, Lorraine Elian May, Patricia Ann Mavers, William Elliott FRESHMEN 1 ' Where are those other two pocketbooks I had? " 308 tjm n a V iMWl. fl f f L ' Don ' t look now. 1).U see th( one I want! " J ■ 1 I s H 1 s J 1 1 l x Hfl ' 11 k m H V A H ■0 1 1 I 1 H « ' W ' 1 1 1 W ' J 1 1 U ■k 1 I B ' v.- ' V Mayse. Carol Lee McAdams, Ann Cliff McAninch, Susan Jane McDonald, J. Carl McGill, Florence Ann McKee, Steven Lee McKnight. Margaret Ann McNulty, Patrick H., Jr. Mecke, George. Ill Meide, Mary Helen Meliski, Joseph Henry- Melton, Helen Kay Merritt, Susan Merryman, Margaret . nn Mertz, .Alan John Mcsseberg, Laura Linda Metz, Mary Alice Meyers, Meredith Jane Michels, Kenneth M., Jr. Miles, Carol Nancy Miller, David Bruce Miller. Lynn Louise Miller, Sandra Kay Mills, Patricia .Ann Mitchell. Julia Anne FRESHMEN 309 Montgomery, Elisabeth Y. Moody, Patricia Lynne Moore, Janice Tee Moreira, Domingo Kafael Morgan, Martha Lynn Morgan. Rita Lynn Morrison, Jane Brewster Mover, Sharon Ann Mundy. Janis Louise Murphey, Philip Wayne Murphy, Eda Elaine Murrill, Robert Hoy, Jr. Naclerio, Judith Ellyn Nelson. lona Charlotte Nelson, Nikki Suzanne Newcomer. Patricia Ann Nichols. Allen Rogers Norcross, Richard C. Norman, Joseph S., II Norton, Thomas Howren, Jr. Novey. Patricia Ann Oberle, Bonnie Susan Olin, Louis David Orlandi, Giocondo Girard Osborne, Zebulon Louis FRESHMEN ' ( 1 ■ ' " ' rr: •Kr3 ' nn ' ' A " ' ' iL " Someone once said that rules are made to be broken. ' 310 These games get rough! Owens, Nancy Louise Panarello, Sandra J. Pardo, Delcy Mireille Parades, Dianne Renee Parham, Martha Susan Parkinson, Christine L. Parsons, Linda Joyce Partin, JuUa Rebecca Pepper, Pamela Sue Persak, Gail Mitchell Peterson, Newton C, III Phillips, Charles Jon Polk, Alice Palmer Ponce, Monica Rose Pope, James David, Jr. Porter, Joyce Coulson Porterfield, Paula Pressley, Joyce Paige Preston, Bruce Barber, II Price, Sara Ethel Rakowsky, Marie Myzell Randall, Barry Thomas Rano, Karen IVIarie Rau, John Keller Reddick, Devorah Ann FRESHMEN 311 i ' .vr-TDTTSi KSfiVBniHnmnmnnv ♦ ♦ ♦ Reece, Thomas Sanford Reeves, Jerry Ronald Reid, Harry Patterson Reiss, Paul Irwin Renner, Robert Lewis, Jr. Repple, Glenn Allen Reynolds, Pamela J. Ridge, Sandra Annette Robertson, David Harold Robertson. David Leon Rogers, James C Jr. Rogers, .Susan Dunham Rohalev, David Anthony Romberger, Helen C. Rominger, William Martin Rosenthal, Barbara Lee Rousseau, Carl Howard Rowland, Paula Dorinda Roy, Mu.sctte Florence Rudder, Sandra Elizabeth Ruihel, Rcnate Inge Ryder, James Albert Sabatini, Donald Sams, Michael Douglas Sargeant, Martha Ann " We ' ll sing in the sunshine . . .? " FRESHMEN 312 ,,% ' " % ' • % • ' • % ♦■ ' ♦ • ' ■ 4ii © f " And Christian Dior said he ' d make this new outfit an original— the fink! " Sargent, Linda Ann Saunders. Patricia Ann Saunders, Reginal Scott Schell, Linda Dianne Scheutz, Monica Louise A. Schmidt, Charlotte Ann Schofield, John Kent Schopf, Sarah Lee Schwartz, Steven Mark Scoville, Judith Anne Sefton, Thomas Volcott Sellers, George Serron, Richard Michael Shannon. ' ictoria Ann Shaw, Helen Loraine Sherman, Daniel Neil Shinnick, Michael Donald Shirah. Oneita Sue Shirah, Richard Brown Shotwell, Roganne Shultz, Bevcrh Lucille Simmons, Charles Turner Simonson, Roger Lynn Sisk, Beverly Ann Skeels, Robert Alfred, Jr. FRESHMEN ■ " K wimatairm Slaydcn, Alice Lee Smith, Carolyn Grace Smith, Sondra Ann Smolenyak, Sharon Marie Smyly, Sandra Eileen Snell, Marilyn Helen Spiro, David Spitz, Richard Leon Stanley, Karen Lynn Stanley, Susan Stanley, Susan Lynn Stevenson, Marsha Gail Stokes, William Kent Stout, Bruce Paul Strauss, Susan Allison Strickland. Ellen Earl Strother. Shelby K., Ill Suits, Laurel Anne Sullivan, Thomas John Swank. Glenn David Symes, Robert Campbell Taulbee, Billie Nell Thomas, Cynthia Ann Thomas, Shirley Jean Thomas, Teresa Lin MUik " We could head for home if Mom would just hurry and change that tire. " FRESHMEN 314 ikmik v- Ah: , 1. « irk " Must I s;o home? " Thompson, Doyle M. Thompson, Jennifer Ann Thompson, Sam Hill Tortorici, Sandra B. Trask, Joyce Diane Trenam, Patricia Adelle Tucker, Kenneth C, Jr. Turner, Edgar R., Jr. Uhler, Susan C. Underwood, Marguerite P. Upton, Wallace Jay Valdez, Carole Lynn Valentine, Clifford Roy Vaughn, Carolyn Ethelia Walker, Kincon Goodhue Vard, Ferris Dewitt Ward, Michael Glenn Wardner. Rolfe .Abbott Warren. George Theodore Watson, Herbert Allan Watson, Wallace Carlisle Weaver. James Rovce, Jr. Webb. Da id Lawrence Wechsler. Edward Charles Welch, Susan Esther FRESHMEN 315 Wellington, Roger K. Welton, Cynthia Beth White, Bruce Edward White, Marcia Adele White, Sandra Joyce Whitehead, Joseph Whitehurst, June E. Wiley, Peter Christopher Wilhelmsen, Paul Carl Wilkerson, Sandra S. Williams, Lydia Sue Villiams, Priscilla L. Wilson, Caroline Perrin ii ■M. " I don ' t think he suspects a thing. " FRESHMEN 1 ] i.iM ift f 1 h. " I may look silly, but I ' ve never had a sunstroke. " 316 iii M 1 1 Wingate, Nancy Lee Winkler, David Biddle Wirt, Jcanette Anne Woelfel, Kay Louise Wonning, Connie Sue Woods, Janet Kathleen Woodward. Mary Woodward, Paul Kimball right, Nicholas C, Jr. right. Perry Lovan Young. Beryl Ann Young, Joan Diane " Unhand my cane you fiendish females! " " Vb. it ' s about that wasp perched on yom ' right shoulder. " ' 317 TODAY ' S JOURNEY . . . onward . upumrd . . . stubbornly striving . . . sometimes stumbli?ig . . . momentary success . . . yet never complete satisjaction . . . endlessly searching . . . reaching for understanding . . . truth . . . the riddle of life . . . 318 , ._» . % . ♦ % . 319 320 TOMORROW ' S GOAL . . . promising . . . cliallenging . . . a vision of hope . . . the nnsiver to n prayer . . . longing arid fulfillment . . . a glimmer of truth . . . the thrill of existence . . . This is the grand, divine, eternal drama. 321 The 1965 Interlacheri expresses its appreciation to the following business concerns, whose interest and co- operation have helped to make possible the publica- tion of this yearbook of Florida Southern College. The editors and business managers respectfully urge that friends of the College examine the advertise- ments of these firms and individuals, and call upon them for service at every opportunity. 322 . » . . . ; , ♦ • ♦ 4 - b.ft 4,. . 1 ♦ Compliments of Compliments of • A. G. KING CEMENT PRODUCTS PRODUCE CO. SUPPLY CO., INC. Wholesale Fruits and Vegetables • Lakeland, Florida 516 W. Main Street ♦ " Zimmerman ' s " ■Iwm U !..a W,..; ,..lA4e KL ilw piitg t4 (l pleMuM. Compliments of BERGER AND RACHELSON, INC. INSTITUTIONAL FOOD DISTRIBUTORS 73 TAMPA, FLORIDA 324 ■ 9 v . " ♦ ' ♦ Home Owned Produced By Local Farmers VELDA DAIRIES Velda On The Label Means Quality On The Table Lakeland 686-6211 Winter Haven 293-4154 Having Travel Problems? 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LINEBERGER, INC. j Distributors for Richfield Oil j 1640 New Tampa Highway LAKELAND, FLORIDA 337 ' ■ « ' ' 4 ■ ' i y4 Index Aarthun, Steven Russell, Perrysburg, Ohio, 84, 85, 86, 94, 265 Abbott, Donna Jane, Cincinnati, Ohio 112, 113, 114. 154, 155, 245 Abel, Dorothy Jean, Cleveland, Tenn., 147, 281 Adams, Archer J., Ill, Delray Beach, F!a., 175, 281 Adams, Charles Raymond, Haines City, Fla., 165, 281 Adams, Charles Wilson, Highland City, Fla., 173, 265 Adams, Margaret Jane, Bradenton, Fla., 96, 108, 245 Adams, William Alan, Steger, 111., 122, 170, 171 Adcock, Garth Campbell, St. Peters- burg, Fla., 297 Addair, Kyle Ashcom, Lakeland, Fla., Ill, 265 Addenbrook, Thomas E., Pompano Beach, Fla., 171, 265 Adis, Richard David, St. Petersburg, Fla., 224, 297 Agnew, Kathleen Jo, East Moline, III., 297 Agnew, Robert Kent, East Moline, 111., 281 Ahlgren, John Alfred, Jr., Maplewood, N. J., 211. 281 Aiello, Mary Ann, West Palm Beach, Fla., 147. 281 Aitken. Bruce Emil, Hasbrouck Heights, N. J.. 169, 200, 281 Aker. Larry Ray, TitusviUe, Fla., 82, 92. 122, 172, 173, 265 Albritton. Nicholas F.. Lakeland, Fla., 297 Alexander, Earleana R., Lakeland, Fla., 281 Allen, David Edward, Nashville, Tenn., 297 Allen, Eugenia Lucy, Decatur, Ga., Alley. Paul Frederick. Ocala, Fla., 165, 265 Alper, Linda Lee, Orlanda, Fla., 130, 157, 281 Alston, Jere Lynn, Zephyrhills, Fla., 297 Altomare, Mary Ernestine, Woodbridge, Va., 297 Altwein, Margaret D., Metuchen, N. J.. 245 Ambrose. Pauline Sara, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 153. 265 Ammons, Tames Donald, Falls Church, Va.. 233. 297 Anderson. John Russell. Winter Haven. Fla.. 281 Anderson. Sharon Lee. Churchville. Pa.. 123. 145. 265 Anthony, Harry Marvin. West Palm Beach, Fla.. 265 Antinori. Carole Joy. Tampa. Fla., 151, 265 Antoon, John, Satellite Beach. Fla.. 297 Archambault. Irene Marie. Coral Gables. Fla.. 80. 108. 126. 160, 161, 245 Arnold, Constance Louise, Tampa, Fla.. 297 Arnolds- Patron, Eric. Lakeland. Fla.. 245 Ascher, Larry O.. Bayside, N. Y.. 297 Athearn. Marv Elizabeth. Jacksonville, Fla., 118. 159. 265 Atkins. Barbara Kav. Winter Haven. Fla.. 297 Atwell. Paula Anne. Laurel, Md.. 84. 213. 297 Avery, Bertram Alexander, Lakeland, Fla.. 245 Avinger. Edward Jerry. Jr.. Elloree. S. C. 265 Babcock. Chester A.. Ill, St. Peters- burg. Fla.. 101. 172. 173 Bagby, Emily Ann, Wilmette, HI.. 297 Bailey. Betty Joette. Ocala. Fla.. 123. 265 Bailey. Raleigh E.. Jr., Miami, Fla. 78, 82. 97. 108. 109. 183. 245 Bailey. William Edward. St. Cloud. Fla.. 92, 224. 297 Bain. Bruce Edward. LTnion, N. J.. 197. 297 Baker. Gary Bernard. Norwich. Ohio. 223, 297 Baker, Nancy Newell, Cairo, Ca., 151, 245 Baker, Ralph Thomas. Clearwater. Fla., 149, 166. 167. 211. 265 Baker, Ruth Anne, Lakeville, Mass., Baldwin, John Walter, Jr., Jacksonville, Fla.. 114. 224. 297 Ball, Virginia Ann, Miami. Fla.. 297 Ballantyne. Amy Turner. Maitla nd, Fla.. 79. 297 Balser David Kimball. Danvers, Mass.. 175, 265 Banks, Richard Duncan. Norwell, Mass.. 297 Baque. Frank. Miami, Fla., 171, 265 Barber, Daniel Clyde. II. Henderson- vUle, N. C, 115, 297 Barber, Russell A., Jr., Frostproof, Fla., 281 Bardwell, Susan Claire, Tangerine, Fla., 84, 106, 144, 145, 177, 222, 244, 245 Barker, Tames Michael, Bartow, Fla., 167. 195. 181 Barker. Sandra Louise, Satellite Beach. Fla.. 297 Barley. April Diane. Jacksonville. Fla.. 297 Barlow, John Fenton. Jr.. Lakeland, Fla., 265 Barna. Ronald Frank. San Francisco, Calif. 207 Barnes. James Higley. Jr.. Hialeah, Fla.. 183. 265 Barnett. Hovt Robinson. Lakeland, Fla., 122. 178. 179. 245 Barone. Constance Joan. Nokomis. Fla.. 95. 297 Bass. Allan Delmage, Tr., Nashville, Tenn., 298 Bassler, Tim Burke. Winter Park, Fla., 177. Ky., Bastin, Martha Tanice, Ower 213, 281. 294. 298 Bateman, Elizabeth M., Nashville, Tenn., 106, 145, 265 Bates, Robert Leon, Avon Park, Fla., 200, 265 Batting, Douglas Andrew, Maplewood, N. J., 265 Bauer, William Paul, Lake Worth, Fla., 245 Baxter, Lorraine, Riviera Beach, Fla., Bavlv. Victoria Anne. Elberon. N. J.. 298 Beardsworth. Louise . ., Staunton. Va. 86. 87, 106. 155. 260 Beasley. Ben Mayfield, Gainesville, Fla.. 281 Beasley. Beverly Diana. Sanford, Fla., 157, 298 Beasley. Rita Wood, Sanford, Fla., 80, 81, 157, 245 Beasley. Ronald Bruce, Hollywood, Fla., 179. 265 Beatty, Linda Gail, Ft. Lauderdale. Fla., 107, 114, 145, 265 Beavo, Katherine Marie, Ft. Myers, Fla., 298 Beck, Patricia Rav, Orlando, Fla., 80, 97, 98. 108. 131, 146. 147, 246 Becker, Richard William, Norwalk, Conn., 134, 162, 174, 175. 246 Beckham. Orrin Burns. Jacksonville. Fla.. 281 Beckman. William Henry. Lombard, 111.. 171, 265 Belcher, Allen E., Ft. Meade, Fla., 100, 120, 183, 266 Belcher. Randall Woodrow, Ft. Meade, Fla 281 Belden, Henry Marvin, III, Ft. Myers, Fla., 122. 266 Bell. Hilda Elizabeth, Miami, Fla., 298 Bell, Lawrence William, Paramus, N. T., 200. 298 Bell, Robert Devon, Great Neck, N. Y., 298 Bell. Sandra Jeanne, Brooksville, Fla., 281 Benion. Anne Catherine, Harrisburg, Pa., 298 Bennett, Catherine Jean, Gainesville, Fla., 119, 281 Bennett, David Parker, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 298 Bennett, John C. Plainfield, N. J., 179. 197. 266 Bergen. Nancy lane, Indianapolis. Ind.. 266 Berrv, Timmy Dodd. Clearwater. Fla., 159, 171. 197. 264. 266 Berrv, Sandra Lee. Bradenton. Fla.. 266 Bewley. Nancy Ellen, Sarasota, Fla., 298 Bierman, Margaret Ellen, River Vale, N. J., 153, 281 Birdsong. Charles H.. Winter Haven, Fla., 94, 127, 131, 266 Bishop, Arthur Lanier, Miami, Fla., 266 Blackburn, Linda Kay, Jacksonville, Fla., 298 Blake, Lila Ann. Ft. Lauderdale. Fla.. 281 Blake. Stephen Norman, Orlando, Fla., 266 Bland. Larson M., Lakeland, Fla., Bla 298 Patr .■ nne, Richmond, V a Blessing. Norman Allan. Lakeland. Fla.. 121. 173. 266 Blocker. Norman Eugene. Dade City, Fla.. 281 Blount, Thomas Edgar. Jr.. Lakeland, Fla., 121, 246 Bloxsom, Brenda Carolyn, Winter Park. Fla.. 298 Blue, . nne Elizabeth. Cape Girardeau. Mo.. 298 Blue. George Francis, Orlando. Fla., 298 Blue, Richard Rowland. Jr., Highland City. Fla.. 172, 173, 266 Boddy, Ruthann. Andover, Mass.. 281 Bodfish. Javne Cleveland. Sanford. Fla.. 282 Boecklen. Lawrence Peter. Lake Park. Fla.. 135. 162, 178. 179. 246 Bone. Claudia Ruth, Peru, Ind., 246 Bongiorni, Barbara Marie. Curundu. Canal Zone. 246 Bonnell. George Allen, Phelps, N, Y., 282 Borrego, Henry Walter, Tampa, Fla., 115, 164, 165. 266 Bost. Pamela Janeway. Avondale Estates. Ga.. 298 Bostelman, Ernest, Jr., Ft. Myers, Fla., 100. 120. 121. 182. 183. 246 Bostelman. Linda Carol. Ft. Myers. Fla., 143. 282 Bottom, ludith Lee, Freeport, Grand Bahamas, 119, 149, 246 Boutwell, Ronnie William, Mulberry, Fla.. 282 Bowen, Lewis H., Hialeah, Fla., 282 Bowman, David Holmes, Palm Beach Gardens. Fla., 282 Bowman, Robert Tames, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 191, 192, 193. 200, 203, 212. 266 Bovd, Anne. Greensboro. N. C. 86. 88. 213. 298 Bovd. Tames Russell, Miami Springs, Fla., 298 Bozeman, Glenda Joyce, Haines Citv, Fla., 79, 90, 114. 145, 282 Brackney. Stuart Roger. Lakeland. Fla., 128, 266 Bracy, Brenda Sue, Alliance, Ohio, 157, 266 Bradley. Barbara Bernice. Ft. Lauder- dale. Fla., 95, 298 Bradshaw, Dennis Evans, Toppinsville, Ky., 223,298 Bradshaw, Sandra Lee, Palm Beach, Fla., 298 Braley, Sally Ann, Newcomb, N. Y., 298 Bramlett, Tudv Nora. Miami, Fla.. 298 Brande. Michael Louis. Lakeland. Fla.. 178. 179. 266 Brandis, Thomas William. Springfield. HI., 207, 246 Brandon, Beth, Woodcliff Lake, N. J., 299 Branigan, Michael W., Maplewood, N. J.. 79, 101, 218, 246 Brant, Rosemary, Winter Park, Fla., 282 Brasher, Suzanne Kae, Port Richev, Fla., 299 Bratton, Ella Jane, Rock Hill, S. C, 246 Bredemeyer, Stanley W., Ft. Myers, Fla.. 246 Breeding, James Morrison, Hollywood, Fla., 179, 282 Brick, Robert Philip, Crosswicks, N. J., 185. 212. 213. 246. Bridger. Arwyn Gail, Jacksonville, Fla., 246 Briggs, Donald Warren, Jr., Freeport, N. Y., 247 Broocke. William Nathan, Hialeah, Fla., 223, 282 Brose, Marilynn Kay, Amherst, N. Y., 299 Brosius, Donald T., Jr., Lake Park, Fla., 177, 212. 266 Brower, Judy Durrett, Lakeland. Fla.. 247 Brower. Peter Hendrik. Lakeland. Fla.. 299 Brown. Aleta Lucile. Lakeland. Fla.. 86. 147. 282 Brown. Barbara Jane Barnett, Hialeah, Fla.. 245 Brown. Brenda Lane. Brandon. Fla., 299 Brown, Cynthia Ann, Satellite Beach, Fla., 90, 299 Brovvn, Donald Jack, Lakeland, Fla., Br " 299 vn, Ellinwood E., Miami. Fla.. 90. 9 vn. Florayne Cecille, Tampa, Fla., Gerald William, Maitland, Fla., 282 Brown, Kenneth Nelson, Jr., . nnapolis, Md. 170, 171, 247 Brown, Lewis Mack, Knoxville, Tenn., 209. 299 Brown. Louise Alice. Naples. Fla.. 282 Brown. Paul Willits. III. Dowingtown. Pa.. 299 Brown. Rosemary Jane. Winter Haven. Fla.. 299 Brown, Sarah Marilyn. Panama City. Fla.. 86. 155. 282 Brown. Susan Lavonne. Jupiter. Fla.. 108. 147. 282 Brunell, Caryl Louise. Lighthouse Point. Fla.. 299 Bryan. Allen Steven. Winter Park. Fla., 169. 212. 218. 266. 282 Brvant. Inez Margaret, Oxford, Ohio. 299 Bryant. Sally Jo, Lakeland, Fla., 282 Buck, Rosalie, Brandon, Fla., 299 Budd, Virginia Ashcom, Charlottesville, Va.. 299 Buie. George A.. Ill, Lake City, Fla., 185. 266 Bullock. Georgia Carol, Jacksonville, Fla., 299 Bunch, V. Jean Hauger, Lakeland. Fla.. 247 Bunten, Judy Lynn, Osteen, Fla., 282 Burke, Barbara Ann, Fort Wayne, Ind., 299 Burnett, Charles Richard, Decatur, Ga., 247 Burris, Harold W., Jr., Miami, Fla., 282 Burton, Diane Lynn. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 90, 213. 218. 299 Burtscher. Florence Lena. Arcadia, Fla., 299 Buzzelli, Renaldo Terome. Washington, D. C. 84. 85. 106. 114. 183. 266 Byers. Jerold Don. Lakeland. Fla., 266 Caggiano, Mary, Ft. Myers, Fla., 247 Cain, Tohn E., Tavernier, Fla., 299 Cairne ' s, James Earl, Horse Shoe, N.C., 185, 282 Calhoun, Sandra Lee. BronxvUIe, N.Y., 282 Camblin, Judith Marie. Jacksonville, Fla., 299 Cannistraci. Joyce Marie, Huntington Station, L.I., N.Y., 86, 299 Cannon, Kvle Charles, Lakeland, Fla., 109, 162. 182. 183. 247 Caracuzzo. John Tyrrell. Cranston, R.I., 177. 212. 282 Cargill. Joann Dorothy. Ridgefield. N.J., 299 Carlan. Cabell Briscoe. Bluefield. W.Va., 179. 282 Carlton. Bascom W., Jr.. Enterprise, Fla., 171, 224, 266 Carmel, Franklin Jeffrey, Lawrence, N.Y., 79, 114. 182. 183. 266 Carmichael, Robert W., Jr., Windermere, Fla., 116, 169, 266 Carroll, Kristine Melton, Orlando, Fla., 153, 247 Carruthers, Sandra Ann, Coral Gables, Fla., 299 Carter, Doris Diane, Birmingham, Ala., 155, 267 Carter, Robert Myron, Kissimmee, Fla., 104, 185, 247 Cash, Bruce Elton, Roseland, Va., 86, 89. 114, 168, 169. 223. 283 Gates. Harry Edward. Ft. Myers, Fla., 299 Caton, Eva Frances, Winter Park, Fla., 123. 140, 155, 267 Cauble, Donald Lee, Lithia Springs, Fla., 247 Caudle, John Copeland, Groveland, Fla., 247 Caughev. Patricia. Ft. Monroe. Va.. 78, 79, 114. 118, 145. 175. 222. 247 Cauthen. William Howard. Leesburg, Fla.. 300 Cave. Joanne Virginia. Havertown. Pa., 300 Ceconi. Marvann Galloway. Temple Terrace. Fla.. 300 Center, Thelma Elaine, Orange Park, Fla., 86, 87, 94, 106, 114, 140, 145, 169. 222, 267 Ceriani. Edward Charles. Quincy. Mass.. 209, 267 Chaboudv, Carl H., Peninsula, Ohio, 134. 184. 185. 221. 247 Chandler. Frances S.. Albany. Ga.. 247 Chapman. Alexis Fenton. Clifton Forge, Va., 300 Chard, .- llison Edwards, Nokomis, Fla.. 300 Chason, William Edwards, Winter Park, Fla.. 167. 197. 267 Chaviano. Emilio Atanasi. Santa Clara, Cuba. 109. 300 Chellman. Helen Kay, Indiana, Pa., 75. 90. 300 Chenoweth. Carol Ann. Miami, Fla., 300 Cherry, Michael Joseph, Aubumdale, Fla., 267 Chinn, Maryann, New Canaan, Conn., Chipiey, Rene, Homestead, Fla., 92, 280, 283 Christine. Steven Lee. Kansas City. Mo.. 300 Christiansen. David Dean, Lakeland, Fla., 248 Churchill, Charlotte G.. Mannassas, Va., 90, 128, 300 Clark, Bess Camilla, Miami Beach, Fla.. 300 Clark. Blair James. Lakeland. Fla.. 283 Clark. Candice Lee. Garden City, N.Y., 300 Clark. Tohn Roger, Lakeland, Fla., 116, 175, 267 Clark, Richard . nd ew. Hollywood. Fla.. 185. 283 Claxton. Janice Nichols, Lakeland, Fla., 248 338 Clayton, Wiley Gayle, DeLand, Fla. 169, 197, 283 Cleaver, Robert Alan, St. Petersburg, Fla., 100, 128, 207, 283 Cleek, Sandra Gayle, Lake Placid, Fla., 123, 300 Cleveland, Montine J., Jacksonville, Fla., 84, 85, 151, 283 Cloyd, Michael David, Lakeland, Fla., 92, 267 Cobb, David Alan, DeLand, Fla., 300 Cobble, Sharon, Greenville, Tenn., 94, 300 Cochran, Stanley John, Lakeland, Fla., 267. 283 Cody, Raymond Gifford, Kissimmee, Fla., 92, 224, 300 Coffin, Martha Joan, Winter Park, Fla., 300 Cohen, Steven Lawrence, Key West, Fla., 94, 300 Cohen, Yvonne, Jacksonville, Fla., 300 Coker, Robert Clifton, Bartow, Fla., 267 Colado, Guy Dickson, Winter Park, Fla., 165, 283 Coleburn, Virginia N., Wilton, Conn., 86, 88, 113, 245, 267 Coleman. Carolyn Jeanne, Miami, Fla., 158, 159, 248 Coleman, Harriet Ann, Midville, Ga.. 80, 104. 213, 248 Coleman. Roy Beecher, Lakeland, Fla., 248 Colfax, Douglas Raymond, Wanaque, N.J., 179, 283 Collins, Mary Inez, Belle Glade, Fla., Collins, Thomas F., Jr., Cambridge, Md., 283 CoUman. Terald Douglas, Clearwater, Fla., 300 Comfort, Mary Ethel, Miami, Fla., 155, 248 Connell, Tudy L. Gleaton, Plant City, Fla., 267 Conner, Gerald Lamar, Jr., Bartow, Fla., 248 Conner, Thomas Wayne, St. Petersburg, Fla., 191. 300 Conrad, William Michael, Daytona Beach, Fla., 300 Conroy, Kathy Ellen, Miami, Fla., 218, 300 Cook, Barbara Somers, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 84, 159, 261 Cook, Carolyn Seaver, Hyannis, Mass., 94, 123, 151, 261 Cook, George Edward, Miami, Fla., 176, 177, 212, 213, 248 Cook, Phoebe Elizabeth, Hyannis, Mass.. 248 Coolbaugh, Sara Ann, East Aurora. N.Y., 143. 248 Coonley, Mary Dale, DeLand, Fla., 280, 283 Coons, Susan Ann, DeLand, Fla., 300 Cooper, Linda Brooks, Lakeland, Fla., 157, 248 Cornelius. Kelly David, Frankfort, Ky., 176, 177, 248 Corum. Gerald White, Tampa, Fla., 100, 121, 267 Costan, Gregory Arthur, Charlottesville, Va., 283 Coty, Suzanne Buford, Scarsdale. N.Y., 283 Council. David Patrick, Ruskin, Fla., 177, 267 Council, Kmmett Howard, Ruskin, Fla., 116, 267 Countryman, Frank Leroy, Glen Ellyn, 111.. 300 Covey. William Ros, Atlantic Beach, Fla., 301 Coyle, Jackson Wyatt, Winter Haven, Fla.. " 267 Crankshaw, I-ynne E., Dunedin, Fla., 153, 267 Cravens, Lynne Marie, Avon Park, Fla., 92, 301 Crawford, Evelyn V., Lakeland, Fla., 248 Crawford, Sandra Lee, Lakeland. Fla., 267 Crawley, Bernice P., Atlanta, Ga., 153, 283 Creech. lay Gardner, Bethesda, Md., 179, 267 Cressman. Philip Charles, Bethlehem. Pa., 267 Crockett. Sam Gibson, St. Petersburg, Fla., 301 Crofts. Gary Toe. St. Cloud, Fla.. 301 Crone, Patsy Lee. Trenton. X.J., 301 Cronin. Timothy C, New York, N.Y., 82. 197, 223 Cross. Philip Fowler, Oakland, Fla., 301 Crowell. Wanda Toleene, Hendersonville, N.C.. 92, 213, 301 Croxton. Arthur A., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.. 175, 267 Crovsdale. Herbert W., II, Coconut Grove, Fla.. 301 Culbert, David Luehm, Hollywood. Fla., 100, 116. 162, 173. 267 Culbreth. Hugh G.. Jr.. Okeechobee, Fla., 283 Cunningham. Margie I.vnn. Miami Springs, Fla.. 301 Curland. Phyllis Anne, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 283 Curtis, Alan Lance. Tampa, Fla.. 90. 109 Dallas. Camille Hope, Ormond Beach, Fla., 301 Danford, Maxine Merry, Leesburg, Fla., 301 Daniels, James, Lakeland, Fla., 223. 301 Darbv, Terence Michael, Riviera Beach, Fla., 185, 19 6, 197, 267 Davaz. Ayse Selma, New York. N.Y., 301 Davenport, Jane, Miami, Fla., 283 Davis, Ronnie Kay, Mathews, Va., 80, 155, 283 Davis, Carolyn, Orlando, Fla., 301 Davis, Don James. Clearwater, Fla., 195, 283 Davis, John Dixon, Gainesville, Fla., 171. 248 Davis, John Franklin, Charlottesville, Va., 169, 283 Dawson, Larry Carl, Ft. Belvoir. Va., 223, 248 Dean, Gayla Ellen, Marietta, Ga., 301 Delaney, Jeanne Bouton, Coral Gables. Fla.. 268 DclVccchio, David F., Winter Park, Fla., 79. 115, 175. 223, 283 Denmark, Robert Allen, Jacksonville, Fla.. 284 Dent. Paula Jeanne. Louveciennes, France, 81, 90, 119, 301 Dermont, Thomas Robert, Catturaugus, N.Y., 284 Dervin. John Jordan. Jr., Port Wash- ington, N.Y.. 173, 249 DeScar, Robert Ashland, Bradenton, Fla., 167. 212. 268 Deupree, William J., Ill, Covington, Ky., 90. 91, 177, 268 Deuto, Bernard Gregory, Miami, Fla., 284. 301 Dial. Donald Nelson, Winter Haven, Fla.. 301 Diaz. Gustavo, Santurce, P.R., 301 Dibiccari. Robert D.. Larchmont, N.Y., 284 Dickens. Mary Ann, Fernandina Beach. Fla.. 284 Dickerson.- Charles W.. Morristown. N.T.. 169. 212. 284 Dickinson. Robert O., Ill, Atlanta, Ga., 301 Dicks. Joan Leslie, Orlando, Fla., 301 Dilley, lane Lee, Moore Haven, Fla.. 301 Dissinger, Chester B., Jr., Lakeland. Fla.. 92. 268 Dobson, David Teflferson, Oakland. Fla., 301 Doherty, Daniel Allen, Miami, Fla., 190, 191, 192. 195. 284 Donaldson, Patricia Lynn, Orlando, Fla.. 95, 284 Donnelly, Michele Gayle. Winter Park, Fla., ioO. 121. 159, 268 Donovan, Robert George, Clearwater, Fla.. 268 Dorman. Lynda B., Lakeland, Fla., 152, 153. 266 Dorman. Richard Morris. Lakeland. Fla., 153. 167. 249 Douglas. Myles Schwach, Brooklyn, N.Y., 181. 268 Douglas. Paul Lewis. Mortinsville, III., 268 Douglass. Lorrain Frantz, Miami, Fla., 84, 123, 145. 268 Downard. Allan Fergusson. Jackson- ville, Fla.. 84. 86. 223. 302 Downey. Bill Otis. Chattanooga. Tenn.. 185. 268 Downing. Jane Ketcham. St. Peters- burg, Fla.. 95, 147, 284 Drake. Davis Ayers. Wynnewood, Pa.. 1S5 Drake. Keith Byrd Miami. Fla.. 284 Dravecky. Robert Stephen. Scotch Plains, N.T., 115, 167, 280, 284 Driggers, John Edward, Sorrento. Fla., 284 Duflf. Dorothy Ann., Mims, Fla., 153, 185, 222, 268 Duffer, Patricia Ann. Miami, Fla., 284 DuKate. Elbert Laurence, Panama City. Fla.. 302 Dulzaides. Diana M.. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.. 268, 294 Duncan. Barbara Annette, Orange Park, Fla., 86. 88. 114. 268 Duncan, Frances Hughes, Jacksonville, Fla.. 103. 148. 149. 268 Dunn. Tack .Mder. I ' pper Marlboro, Md., 268 Dunn. Tohn Gilbert. Nashville. Tenn., 302 Durbin, Tack Dale, Orlando. Fla., 109 Durrance. Stephanie Tane, Ft. Meade, Fla.. 302 Durrance, William A.. Lake Placid, Fla., 82, 115, 176, 177, 249 Durrence, James Larry, Lakeland, Fla., 284 Dve. Craig Wolcott, Alexandria, Va., 165, 284 Dvkstra, Gretchen Louise, Weston. Conn., 95, 284 E.iker, Billie Diane, St. Petersburg. Fla.. 90. 111. 149. 249 Eaton, Elaine Kirbv. Garden Citv, N.Y., 112. 123, 151, 249 Eckols, Gerald Talmage, Thomaston, Ga.. 165. 284 Eckardt. William Joseph, Greencastle. Ind.. 302 Eddy. Cheryl Darlene, Winter Park, Fla., 147, 284 Edenfield, Nancy Pope, Atlanta, Ga., 302 lulens, Carol Elaine, Annapolis, Md., 112, 153, 249 Edge, Newton Perry, St. Petersburg, Fla., 84. 302 Edinger, Harrison H., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 84, 85, 86, 89, 101, 105, 106. 183. 268 Edman. William Walker. Jr., Pompano Beach, Fla., 78, 79, 96, 99, 112, 114, 171, 249 Edwards, Catherine Page, Orlando, Fla.. 86, 123, 145, 218. 268 Eichhorn, Toni Juanita, Detroit. Mich., 84, 85. 86, 89. 106, 147, 218. 268 Kickenberg, Margaret E., Lakeland, Fla., 80. 120, 209. 302 Eisen. Roberta Marie, Miami Shores, Fla.. 90, 140, 149. 284 Eisenberg. Thomas J., Miami Beach, Fla., 83. IOO, 120, 121, 140, 181, 218, 268 Eisnaugle, Eric Jon, Sarasota, Fla., 94, 223, 284 Ek. Xancy Susan, Jacksonville, Fla., 302 Ekwurzel. Judy Elizabeth, Jacksonville, Fla., 302 Eletto, Joseph Francis, Orlando, Fla., 302 Elliott. Geraldine Kay, Sarasota, Fla., 108. 268 Elliott, Janice Lee, Tampa, Fla., 110, 142. 143. 222. 249 Elliott. Karen Sue, Sarasota. Fla.. 302 Ellis. Allen Floyd. Ft. Myers. Fla.. 175. 218. 249 Elmer. Maryann, Hollywood. Fla.. 157 Emmons. Richard Charles. Scotch Plains. N.V.. 84. 223 English. Joseph C. Alva. Fla.. 183. 284 Ensign. Patricia Dorothy. Ridgetield. N.J.. 90. 94. 302 Enstice. Robert Park. Mcrritt Park. Fla., 122, 173, 268 Erickson. Andrea Parham. Ft. Pierce, Fla., 284 Erickson, .Margaret Ellen, Jacksonville, Fla.. 302 Ertley, Susan Alice. Kingston. Pa.. 157. 249 Ervin, Nana Powers, St. Petersburg, Fla., 95 Esau. Diane Carol. Lakeland, Fla., 107, 108, 128, 140. 147, 268 Eubanks, Judith Anne, Jacksonville, Fla., 284 Evans, Eleanor Stokes, Miami, Fla., 302 Evans, James Harold. Jr.. Orlando. Fla.. 100. 177, 249 Evans, Pamela Ann, Apopka, Fla., 302 Evans, Patricia Lee, Apopka, Fla., 302 Evers, Vicki Rochelle, Lakeland, Fla., 285 Evison, William E.. Jr.. Auburndale, Mass., 268 EzcU, Braxton Robert, Bradenton, Fla., Ezell, Marv Elinor, .Atlanta, Ga.. 302 Ezell. Susan Dawn. Murfreesboro, Tenn.. 80. 81. 142. 143. 268 Fairbanks. Kenneth M.. Delray Beach, Fla.. 268 Faraon. Laneata Madelon. Orlando, Fla., 103. 269 Farenwald. Donna . dele. Lakeland, Fla., 104. 159, 269 Farmer. William C, III, Pompano, Beach. Fla.. 249 Farris. Thea Genene. St. Cloud. Fla., 302 Farwell, Patricia, Wilmington, t., 302 Faser, Edward Charles, Winter Haven, Fla., 285 Faulkner, Frances Diane, Naples, Fla., 302 Feaster. William H.. II. Jacksonvdie. Fla.. 302 Fenrich. Andrew G.. Munhusset. N.Y., 175. 285 Ferguson. Phillip Lee, Winter Park, Fla.. 223. 302 Ferguson. William Dennis. Boca Raton, Fla.. 79. 162. 168. 169. 249 Ferrara. .Vrlyne Leslie. Vero Beach. Fla.. 90. 95. 132. 302 Ferreira. Theodore L.. Jr., Ft. Myers, Fla.. 223. 302 Fichtner. Margaret Maria. Lakeland. Fla., 84. 146. 147, 269 Ficnuette, Arthur Scott, Winter Garden, Fla., 269 Ficnuette. Jeanne Louise. Winter Gar- den, Fla. ' . 123. 285 Field. Nancy Susan, Lakeland. Fla.. 143. 285 Fields. William Fov. Jr.. M.icon. Ga., 223. 303 Fink. Dorothy Elaine, Miami, Fla., 303 Finnev. Paul Lucas. Baroda. Gujarat. India. 167. 197. 269 Finnev. Rachel. Baroda. Gujarat. India. 119. 213. 303 Fisher. Julia Ann. Lexington. Ky., 303 Fitzgerald. Danny Scott. Logan. Ohio. 191. 192. 303 Flambeau, Peggy Dell, Winter Park, Fla., 303 Flath. Mary Margaret, Garden City, N.Y., 74. 269. 294 Fleming. Alice. Homestead. Fla.. 90. 119. 303 Fletcher, William D., Pompano Beach, Fla., 90, 91, 110, 111, 197, 250 Flood, Marjorie Elaine, Ft. Meade, Fla., 92, 125, 126, 285 Florin, Bruce Walter, Palm Bay, Fla., 92. 224, 303 Ford, Miriam Lee. Lakeland, Fla., 269 Ford, Robert. Highland Park, N. J., 179, 197. 269 Forster, Shirley Irene, Jacksonville, Fla., 303 Forthofer. David Joseph. Lakeland, Fla., 100. 183 Fortson, Janet Lee, St. Petersburg, Fla.. 285 Fox, Alan L., Long Island City, N. Y., 303 Fox, Leo Steven, Sarasota, Fla., 130. 250 France. James Carl. Ormond Beach, Fla., 218, 303 Francis, Lewis Marsh, Lima, Ohio, 223, 303 Freeman Grover C, Lakeland, Fla., 183, 223, 285 Freeman. Leslie . nne, Wayne, N. J., 303 Freeman. Penny Cassandra, Miami, Fla., 159, 269 Freeman, Reid Wilson, Tampa, Fla., 90. 303 Freeman. Robert Norman. Grove City. flhio, 101, 107. 115. 166. 167. 269 Frey, Mary Ellen, Sebastian, Fla., 303 Fried, Harold Edwards. Hollywood. Fla.. 83. 84. 106. 166. 167. 269 Friedman. Lawrence X.. Morristown. N. T.. 79. 143, 162, 180, 181. 269 Frisbey. Phyllis Lorcta. Sanford, Fla., 285 Fritchlcy, David Richard, Poughkeepsic, N. Y.. 285 Fritschel. Sandra Kay, Ormond Beach, Fla.. 95. 285 Fucbs. Lawrence TIarvey. Hempstead. N. v.. 183. 250 Fuhrman. Pamela Kay. West Salem, Ohio. 149. 171. 285 Fulford. Carolyn Win. Cocoa, Fla.. 142. 143. 269 Fuller. Judith Anne, Rosemont, Pa., 303 Fulmer, Marilyn Lee, Oldwick, N. J., Funk, Allen Mason, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 223. 303 Fumell, William Perrv. Lakeland, Fla., 269 Fuster, Angel William. Lakeland. Fla., 109, 303 Gabel. Lynda Mav. Orlando, Fla.. 104. 213. 218. ' 269. 294 Gaddis, Dwight Edmond. Franklin, Ind.. 185. 269 Gaines. Dennis Forest. Hickory, N. C, 82. 185, 285, 192 Gallagher, R. Randolph, Rockville, Md., 303 Gantt, Peggy Lee, Moore Haven. Fla., 303 Ganus, Robert Lee, Lakeland, Fla., 303 Gardner, John Westbrook, Glencoe, 111.. 200. 303 Gardner, Michael Cook, Fayetteville. N. Y.. 84, 183. 285 Gaskill. Renee Ellen. Neligh. Neb., 303 Gates. Roberta Jane, Lakeland, Fla., 94. 149, 303 Gaucbcs. Joseph Z.. East Hartford, Conn.. 84. 179. 200. 269 Cause, Wallace P.. Jr.. Clearwater. Fla.. 224. 304 Gavlor. Sally Ann. Windermere. FU.. 304 Gearhart, Carolee Jo, Lakeland, Fla., 90 Geiger, Donald Thomas. Lakeland, Fla.. 250 Gensler. Richard Simeon. Cliffside Park, N. L, 191, 304 Gibbons. Howard Sheldon, Delphi, Pa., 94, 224. 304 Gibbons. Verra Elizabeth. Sarasota, Fla., 108. 132, 161, 250 Gibbs, Sherry Eloise, Gainesville, Fla., 285 Gibson. George Barry. Shoals. Ind.. 224 Gibson. Kenneth Heisev. Clearwater. Fla.. 83. 169. 269 Gibson. Linda Faye. Danville. Va.. 100 Gibson. Sandra Gale, Jacksonville, Fla., 129, 304 Gieger, Douglas Mack. Lakeland. Fla., 128, 285 Gietek, Tannelte, Nokomis, Fla., 94, 124, 304 Gietek. Joanne, Nokomis. Fla.. 95. 304 Gilbertson. Carole Ann. Arlington, Va.. 145. 269 Gilleland. Virginia Del. Camden, - rk., 94. 304 ♦ .■♦-_■♦•:♦•♦-• ♦ " ' " 4 • ' ■♦ ■ .. ' « Gilmour, Laurel Louise, Yonkers, N.Y., 80, 81, 94, 250 Ginn, Thomas Moss, Lakeland, Fla., 304 Giurato, Joe Edward, Barrington, 111., 185, 197, 285 Gnozzio, Veronica Mary, Garden City, N. Y., 48, 107, 112, 149, 250 Gockel, Mark Warren, Pompano Beach, Fla., 184, 185, 250 Godwin, Carrol Eugenia, Lakeland, Fla., 285 Godwin, Frances Gayle, Jacksonville, Fla., 145, 269 Goldsmith, . nleslia T., Punta Gorda, Fla., 304 Good, Cha rles Wilson, Erie, Pa., 269 Goode, Cynthia Ann, Ilialeah, Fla., 304 Goode Madie Ann, W, Palm Beach, Fla., 304 Goodman, Elliott Paul, Andover, Mass., 185, 197. 280, 285 Goodman, Tames Herman, Amityville, N. Y., 167, 250 Goodman, Mary Cator, Orlando, Fla., 213, 304 Goodman, Renee, Morris Plains, N. J., 130, 285 Goodrich, Ernest Charles, Campbell, N. Y., 197, 250 Goodwin, Jean Louise, Temple Terrace, Fla., 304 Goolsby, Betty Brown, Lakeland, Fla., 250 Gordon, Gloria Ellenbell, Coral Gables, Fla., 304 Gore, Terry Lee, Sanford, Fla., 304 Goslin, Susan Elizabeth, Atlanta, Ga., 90, 304 Gotwalt, Deborah Louise, Lakeland, Fla., 90, 304 Gould, Robert James, Mangolick, Va., 100, 116, 183, 250 Gould, Vicki Jeanne, Brookville, Pa., 304 Graf. Nancy Lynne, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 285 Graham, Tuanita Delores, Leesburg, Fla., 100. 121, 158, 159, 218. 269 Graham, Sharon Lynn, Miami, Fla., 304 Grant. Judith Anne, Bennington, Vt., Gr antham Karen Margaret, Winter Park. Fla.. 118 Gray, Dale Marie, East Palatka, Fla., 286 Gray, Susan Jane, Pompano Beach, Fla.,86. 88, 106, 147, 269 Green, Carol Elizabeth, Ft. Pierce, Fla., 304 Green, Gwendolyn, Newberry, Fla., 81, 304 Green, Leon, Jr., Miami Beach, Fla., 195, 304 Green, Marsha Jane, Peoria, 111.. 304 Green, Terry Boyd, Lakeland, Fla., 269 Greenman. Betty Pierce, Marathon, Fla., 153, 250 Greenway, Donnie Jean, St. Petersburg, Fla., 147, 286 Gregory, Elizabeth Anne, Henderson- ville, X. C, 213, 304 Gregory, (iary Manz, Coral Gables, Fla., 101, 175, 269 Gregory, Harold Lee, Coral Gables, Fla., 175, 286 Gregory, Susan, Jefiferson, S. C, 251 Griffee, Susan Patricia, Miami, Fla., 95, 286 Griffin, Marvin, Jr., Pompano Beach, Fla., 165, 251 Griffith, .Sondra Elaine, Ft. Meade, Fla., 270 Griffiths, Jane A., Brewster Mass., 151, 270 Grimes. Robert David, Lakeland, Fla., 208, 209, 251 Grimm, Steven Charles, Woodsfield, Ohio, 173, 286 Gross, William Frank, Zephyrhills, Fla., 92, 224, 305 Grove, Shirley N ' adyne, Cape Coral. Fla., 80, 84, 85, 106, 151, 218, 270 Grubb, Katherine Ann, Lakewood, Ohio, 143, 251 Grubbs, Sarah Coming, Mt. Sterling, Ky., 305 Gunter, Jean Watts, Lakeland, Fla., 251 Gustafson. James John, Evanston, HI., 115. 305 Guthrie, Paul Alexander, Winter Park, Fla., 101, 167, 286 Gwinn, Charles Richard, Miami, Fla., 109, 251 Haas, Raymond Arthur, Lakeland, Fla., 92, 224, 305 Hagedorn, James Shively, Middletown, Ohio, 184, 185. 251 Hale, Larry Lee, Lakeland, Fla.. 251 Hall. Donald Raymond, Miami, Fla.. 78, 79. 83, 99. 114, 169, 212, 270 Hall, Jill Ann, Winter Haven, Fla., 126, 251 Hall. Kenneth Calhoun, Jr., Tampa, Fla., 126, 251 Hailing, Donna Lee, Miami, Fla.. 86, 151, 286 Hamelryck, Paul David, Lakeland, Fla., 175, 270 Hamilton, Lloyd C, Lakeland. Fla., 286 Hamm, Charles Dale, Lodi, Ohio. 171, 270 Hamme, Eleanor Parsons, Lakeland, Fla., 118, 270 Hammond, Roscoe A., Jr., Lakeland, Fla., 305 Hanson, Merrilyn Jean, Miami. Fla., 305 Harber, Alexis Whitfield, Jacksonville, Fla., 81, 305 Hardee, John Timothy, Englewood, Fla.. 223 Hardee, Shirley Faith, Englewood, Fla., 305 Hardesty, Patricia Lee, Mayo, Md., 79. 86, 114, 118, 144. 145 Harding, George NIark, Jr., Hinsdale, HI., 92. 94, 105 Hardwicke, Martha F., Richmond, Va., 270 Hardy, Elizabeth Lee, Orlando, Fla., 305 Hardy, Roger Scott, Maitland, Fla., 213, 305 Harmon, Fred James, Jr., Newberry, S. C, 147, 183, 286 Harms, Dennis Gary, Jacksonville, Fla., 305 Harner, David Paul, Auburndale, Fla., 206 Harper, Sandra Joyce, Jacksonville, Fla.. 305 Harrington, Richard A., Tampa, Fla., 207. 305 Harris, John Scott, Genesco, 111., 83, 169, 270 Harris, Linda Lee, Ocala, Fla., 158, 159 Harris, Patricia Lou, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 305 Harris, Patrick Luther, Gwyhead, Pa., 100, 171, 286 Harris, Roy Vaningen, Orlando, Fla., 84, 109. 127, 161 Harvey, Evelyn Ida, Haddonfield, N. J., Harvill, Howard Louis, Arlington, Va., 305 Haskins, Laraine Lynne, Jacksonville, Fla., 140, 159, 270 Haskins, Monroe Leon, Lakeland, Fla., 171, 270 Hatch, Geraldyne Marie, Mulberry, Fla., 155, 286 Hatcherson. Margaret S., Winter Park, Fla., 305 Hawk, Marian Alice, Apopka, Fla., 92, 94, 149, 270 Hayes, John Raymond, Sanford, Fla., 86, 87, 122, 185, 197. 270 Haves, Sally Lucinia, Pompano Beach, Fla., 285 Haynes, Richard Morill, Winter Haven, Fla., 305 Haynes, Robert A., Winter Haven, Fla., 270 Hazelwood, William B., Chattanooga, Tenn., 92. 105, 124, 125, 270 Heath, Yvonne Elaine. Dania. Fla., 257 Hebbard, Lynn Nygren, Cranford, N. T., 123, 154, 155. 252 Heckle, Marvan Wellons. Memphis, Tenn., 90, 114, 119, 155, 286 Hedges, Harry Leslie, Jr., Lakeland, Fla., 270 Hedges, Lois Charlene, Orlando, Fla., 270 Ileidt, Marsha Kay, Winter Garden, Fla., 143, 305 Heim. Robert Evans, Palm Beach, Fla., 223, 305 Helmly, Martha June, St. Augustine, Fla., 305 Helsel, Stephen E., Dayton, Ohio, 171, 206 Helton, Jean Louise, Middletown, Ohio., Helton, William S., Jr., Middletown, Ohio, 82, 83, 101, 122, 175, 270 Helwig, Russell Harrison, Mason, Ohio, 183, 286 Hemerick, Frederick D., Clearwater, Fla., 305 Hemphill. William Hunter, Elgin, 111., 169, 286 Ilemstreet. Donald. Lakeland, Fla., 270 Hendershot, Robert Grant, Stuart, Fla.. 212, 252 Henderson. George Irwin. Lake Worth, Fla., 165, 252 Hendrick. Charlene Y., Ft. Meade, Fla., 286 Hendrick, Sheila P., Ft. Meade. Fla. 305 Henry, James MacKay, Orlando, Fla., 270 Hentges, Linda Susan, Pompano Beach, Fla., 286 Henler. Olen Lee. Jr., Ormond Beach, Fla.. 92, 224, 305 Hevndon. Susan Gayle. Jacksonville, Fla.. 86. 140, 149, 286 Hersey, Robert Gerald, Bar Harbor, Me., 167, 252 Hevener, Johnnie Grace, Orlando, Fla.. 118, 145, 270 Hicks. Caroline Meronev. St. Peters- burg. Fla., 114. 149, 286 Hicks, Shervn Sue. Orlando, Fla., 286 Higgason. Walter T., III. Ft. Lauder- dale, Fla.. 82, 305 Iliggins, Faith Francis. White House, N. L, 286 Ilill. Charles Callis, Plant City, Fla., 270 Hilton, Diane Kay, Jacksonville, Fla., 306 Hines, Charles M., Jr., Clearwater, Fla., 109, 306 Hirsch, Mark Daniel, Tampa, Fla., 305 Hobson, Susan Caroline. Cincinnati, Ohio, 103, 157, 270 Hoch. Kurt Daley, Oriskany Falls, N. Y., 197, 204, 205, 206 Hockensmith, Stephen D., Dunedin, Fla., 82, 200, 203, 306 Hoff, Clyde Weston, Jr., Lakeland, Fla., 100, 177, 270 Hoffman, Florence E. Key West, Fla., 84, 85, 86, 106 Hoffmann, Renate, Weisbaden, Germany, 119, 306 Hofmann, Thomas C, Jr., Hampton, Va., 223, 306 Hogan, Dana Katherine, Bedford, Va., 306 Hogsett, Bertice Ann, Miami, Fla., 95. 286 Holder, Bonita Benton, Lakeland, Fla., 84, 85 Holland, Elizabeth Ann, Ft. Lauder- dale, Fla., 149, 306 Holland, Peggy Cornelia, Warner Robins, Ga., 306 Holmberg, Mary Brownlee, Miami, Fla., 81, 147. 271 Honeycutt, David Judson, Raleigh, N. C, 223, 271 Hood, Martha Ann, Lithia, Fla., 287 Hope. Frances Anne, Coatesville, Pa., 306 Hopgood, Daniel King, Rockville, Md., 83, 92, 101, 252 Hopkins. Donald M., Jr., Kingstown, Ind.. 195. 287 Hopkins, Virginia Noel, Orlando. Fla., 306 Hopkins, Walton Trenholm, Cumber- land, Md., 115, 135, 162, 164, 165, 271 Hornback. Robert Fremont, Lake Worth, Fla., 94, 109, 271 Hornbeck, Karen Elaine, Carbondale, Pa., 84, 151, 287 House, Gail Marion, Plant City, Fla., 102. 118. 154, 155, 252 Houser, Diane Holbrook. St. Peters- burg, Fla.. 121. 160, 161, 287 Hovey, Donald West, Ocoee, Fla., 116, 271 Howard. Carol Anne, Ridgewood, N. J., 306 Howe, Gavlon Leon, Jr., Jackskonville, Fla., 224. 306 Hoyer, William Exline, Columbus, Ohio, 218. 271 Hubbard, Valerie Edith, Orlando, Fla., 90, 94, 218, 287 Huber, David Michael, Batavia, Ohio, 190, 191 Hudgins, Daniel Carter, Marion, N. C, 287 Huebner. Kenneth Edward, Garfield, N. T., 169, 200. 212, 213, 271 Hughson, Betty lean, Delray Beach, Fla.. 94, 128. 306 Hull, John William, Atlanta, Ga., 79, il5. 167, 218, 287 Hunt, Huland Thomas, Gainesville, Fla., 271 Hunt, Rosemary, Sarasota, Fla., 98, 147, 252 Hunter, Maxine Pierce, Jacksonville, Fla., 252 Hunter, Peter Holland, Hilton Head, S. C, 171, 271 Hunter, Sonia Theresa, Starke, Fla., 252 Hurn, Linda Suzanne, Satellite Beach, Fla.. 92, 95, 126, 147, 287 Hurt, Betena Ann, Lakeland, Fla.. 80, 81, 128, 159 Hussey. Margaret . nn, DeLand, Fla., 84, 85, 86, 153, 188, 218, 222, 271 Hyde, Tanice Lorraine, Crystal River, Fla., " 287 Idenden, Constantia E., Maitland. Fla., 79, 153, 287 Imai, Tomie. Lakeland. Fla., 119 Ingle. Robert Lewis, Grand Rapids, Mich.. 271 Inglis, Howard Reynolds, Ozona, Fla., 94, 252 Ingram, William E., Jr., Arlington, Va., 168, 169, 206, 212, 287 looss. Tames Thomas, Cape Coral, Fla., 306 Irwin, Jacqueline Ann, Hollywood, Fla., 287 Isbell, Nancy Jean, Orlando, Fla., 306 Jack, Linda Teane, Sanibel, Fla., 294 Jackson, Cheryl Ann, Godwin, N. C, 103. 271 Jackson, Geraldine Mae, Lakeland. Fla.. 102, 129, 252 Jackson, James William, Titusville, Fla., 82, 185 Jackson, Preston Wayne, Ft. Meade, Fla., 116, 271 Jacobs, Gordon William, Lakeland, Fla.. 252 Jacobs. Lee Blake, Dunedin, Fla., 94, 252 Jacobsen, Craig Charles, Winter Park, Fla., 99, 114, 170, 171, 271 Jaffe, Michael Edgar, Sarasota, Fla.. 306 James, Jack Pettus, Jr., Bartow, Fla., 287 James, Perry Benjamin, Sebring, Fla., 94. 165, 287 Jamison, Barbara Jean, Lake Wales, Fla., 306 Jamison, David Kendall, Lakeland, Fla., 101, 175, 253 Jamison, Ruth Elaine, Short Hills, N. J., 287 JannelH, Gilbert George, Clearwater, Fla., 306 jarac, Nancy Gale, Lakeland, Fla., 306 Jenkins, Gran Parker, Pompano Beach, Fla., 101, 177, 271 Tenks. Charles Milton, Columbus, Ohio, 179, 213, 253 Jewell, Harold George, Tr., Ft. Lauder- dale, Fla., 172, 173, 253 Johnson, Henry Fred, Homeland, Fla., 287 Tohnson, Joe Floyd, Washington, D. C, 223, 287 Johnson, Kenneth Harlan, Lakeland, Fla., 169, 197, 287 Johnson, Nan SharonAnn, Orlando, Fla., 75, 86 Johnson, William Edward, Lakeland, Fla., 271 Johnston, Delia Page. Atlanta Ga., 306 Johnston, Pamela Marie, Arlington Heights, III., 253 Joiner, Evelyn Anne, Camilla, Ga., 153, 287 Tonas. Jacqueline Rose, Miami, Fla., 84, 108, 287 Jones, Byron N., Jr., Venice, Fla., 200 Jones, Dianne EHzabeth, Eustis, Fla., 271 Jones, Ernest Graves, III, Spartanburg, S. C, 271 Tones, Joyce Kennedy, Clewiston, Fla., 128, 143. 287 Jones, Judy Elizabeth, Jacksonville, Fla., 306 Jones, Samuel Richard, Jr., Orlando, Fla., 253 Jordan, Linda Kay, Middletown, Ohio, 84, 306 Tordan, Martha Virginia, Miami, Fla., 94, 287 Tordan, Michael Emmett, Arnolds Park, Iowa, 306 Tordan, Robert Lawrence, Miami, Fla., 100. 253 Jourdan, Jean Louise, Clearwater, Fla., 306 Towers, James Alan, Orange Park, Fla., 177, 271 Joyce, Lorraine Alma, Rochester, Pa., 307 Kane, Marsha Ellen, Jacksonville, Fla., 153, 287 Karst, Barbara Van, Orlando, Fla., 307 Kassler, David Allen, Lakeland, Fla., 307 Kavalir, Charles, Jr., Miami, Fla., 307 Keck, Susan Ellen, St. Petersburg, Fla., 253 Keeler, Garland Cecil, Jr., Strasburg, Va., 82, 287 Keene, Donald Charles, Sarasota, Fla,, 307 Keithly, Kenneth Paul, Port Charlotte, Fla., 167, 271 Kells, Nora. Miami, Fla., 84, 307 Kelsey, Barbara Ann, Lake Placid, Fla., 307 Kelsey, Christine M., Hollywood, Fla., 287 Kelsev. Robert Bruce, New Canaan, Conn., 169, 197, 288 Kempfer. Merrill William, Melbourne, Fla., 271 Kennedy, Betty Ruth, Lakeland, Fla., 253 Kennedy, Martha Ellen, Auburn, Iowa, 288 294 Kennedv, Sara Jane, Belleville, Pa., 307 Kent, Clifford Sidney, Jr., Lakeland, Fla.. 120. 121, 253 Kent, Cvnthia Lee, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 272 Kent. Rachel E.. Goldenrod, Fla., 272 Kerekes, George Bela, Queens, N. Y., 169. 288 Kerr. Robert Lowell, Miami, Fla,, 109, 197, 224 Kerr, Robert Scott, Ocoee, Fla., 116, 177, 272 Kesler, Dickson Edwin, Hollywood, Fla,. 83, 114, 171, 272 Ketcham. Terrv West, Amityville, N. Y., 253 Kibler, John Martin, Jr„ Lakeland, Fla., 165, 253 Kiddoo, Linda Kay, Arlington Hgts., 111.. 86. 88. 147, 272 Kiesel, Hilbert Donald, Ft. Myers, Fla.. 115, 175, 272 Kiesel, Thomas Francis, Ft. Myers, Fla., 307 Kimball, Sandra Edith, Lakeland, Fla., 307 Kimbrough, Martha C, Brooksville, Fla.. 128, 153, 272 Kimbrough, Robert W., Brooksville, Fla., 79. 99, 162, 169, 253 Kincaid, Margaret Ann, Old Town, Fla., 80, 95, 147, 288 340 Kincheloe, Robert W., Rocky Mount, N, C. 127. 128, 283 Kindred, Alton R., Jr., Bradenton, Fla., 287 King, Barbara Elizabeth, Miami, Fla., 95. 307 King, Roxyanne Gail, Crescent City, Fla., 95, 106. 156, 157, 253 Kingsbury, Erdie Ray, III, Orlando, Fla.. 207, 307 Kingsley, Patsy, Lakeland. Fla.. 161 Kinney. Bradford Lowell, Pinellas Park, Fla., 82, 90, 91, 111. 114. 115, 171,253 Kinney, Mary Dian, Lake Placid. Fla.. 307 Kinsey. Daniel Hugh. Ft. Myers. Fla., 115. 177, 272 Kirby, Alice Ruth, Homestead, Fla., 307 Kirkland, Catherine D., Vero Beach, Fla., 272 Kirkpatrick, Patricia, Owensboro, Ky., 307 Kleinkopf, Peter James, Lakeland, Fla., 272 Kleinscbmidt. Barbara A., Hialeah, Fla., 98, 125, 134, 140. 150. 151, 253 Klinedinst. Edward C, York, Pa., 162, 181, 288 Knight. , drianna Marie, Temple Ter- race, Fla.. 86. 307 Knight. Elbert Leslie, Lakeland. Fla., 185. 207. 254 Knight. Julie Mae. Plant City, Fla., 147. 254 Knight. Xancy Lynn. Milwaukee. Wis., 307 Knappenberger, Gail M., Macomb, 111., 125, 191, 288 Koerper, Phillip Eldon, Highland City, Fla., 119, 288 Kolek. Tohn Mokray, Lakeland, Fla., 254 Kopp, Robert Earle, Haines City, Fla., 173, 272 Krane, Klaus John, Ormond Beach, Fla., 307 Krautman, Jeffrey Lyle, Fairlawn, N. T., 307 Krepps, Dianne Marie, Jacksonville, Fla.. 307 Kruckemyer. Carol Joyce, Orlando. Fla.. 92, 102, 127, 254 Kubicek, Alan Lewis, Phillips, Wis., 288 Ladue. Beth .»inn. Scituate. Mass.. 307 Laferriere. Donald A., Rockville. Conn., 177, 212, 272 Laing. Susan J. Staples. Lakeland. Fla.. 272 Lake. Mary Frances, Gordon Town, Jamaica, 119, 149, 288 Lam, William I.awrence. Jr.. Elkton. Va.. 169. 212. 272 Lamb. .Mice lean, Chicago, III., 86, 307 Lamb. Larry Wayne. Ft. Myers. Fla.. 307 Lampmann. Walter Robert, Rutherford. N. J.. 195. 307 Lancer, Murray Tav, Sarasota. Fla., 169, 212, 288 Landau, Stephen Douglas, Great Neck. N. Y., 180. 181. 272 Langdon. Nancy Tohn. Orlando, Fla.. 90, 91, in, 147. 272 Langford. Harriet Susan, Frostproof, Fla., .108 Larkin. Ton Sidney. Dade City, Fla.. 175. 288 Lasdon. T awrence Hugh, Scarsdale, N. Y.. 101, 272 Lashley, ' irginia Diane. Lakeland. Fla., 308 Latimer, Virginia Towne, Kingsport, Tenn., 145, 222, 254 Lauderdale, Ronnie D., Lakeland. Fla.. 272 Lawrence. Georgia Lvon. Ft. Myers. Fla., 78. 152. 153. 222. 254 Lawrence, Thomas P., Nashville, Tenn., 308 Lawrence. Watson Raymond, Indian- town, Fla., 288 Lav, Sandra Anne, Gainesville, Fla.. 272 I.aymon. Sarah Mildred, Lakeland, Fla.. 86. 146, 147, 272 Lavow. ITarley Edgar, Miami. Fla.. 207. 308 Lazzeroni. Barry Douglas. St. Peters- burg. Fla.. 200. 308 Ledlow, Toel Boyd, Ft. Walton, Fla., 272 Lee, Bob Meaders, Atlanta. Ga., 122, 200. 272 Lee, David Stephen. Towson. Md.. 272 Lee. Harold W., Lakeland, Fla.. 84 Leeper. Mvra Cbarlene. Kingsport. Tenn., 80. 86. 114. 145. 288 Leer. Joseph Ralph, Cocoa Beach. Fla,, 171, 288 Leete. Jerome Burr, Durham, N. C., 288 Lefkowitz. Ann Sycle, Jacksonville, Fla., 308 Leinwobl. Lynn Marie, Crescent City, Fla., 308 Leitncr, Marv Helen, Micanopy, Fla., 90, 114, 119, 155, 244, 254 Lemons, Philip Wayne, Murray Hill, X. T., 101. 254 Lemons. Rosemarv. Whitehall. 111.. 118. 308 Leonard, David Lee, Punta Gorda, Fla.. 288 Lester. Patsy Jean, Plant City, Fla., 94. 102. 147. 254 Letsinger. Martha Helen, Zellwood, Fla., 308 Levine. Roger Mark, Orlando, Fla., 211, 212 Lindahl. Sherry Anne, Nashville, Tenn., 308 I-iner. George Herman, Jr., Bartow, Fla., 308 Lincoln, Heidi , nn, Conasset, Mass., 104, 153, 272 Lippton, Joan Lee, Orlando. Fla.. 272 I-ipski. Pamela Lois. Falls Church, Va., 81, 140, 149, 273 Little, David Arthur, Sparta. N. J., 84, 85, 101, 106, 122, 197, 254 Livingston. Susan M., Lakeland, Fla., 80, 81, 97. 98. Ill, 135, 155. 254 Long. David Scott, Nashville, Tenn., 288 Long, Mary Ann, Starke, Fla., 288 Longo, Leonard Victor, Tampa, Fla., 83, 115, 120. 121. 165. 273 Looker, Anne, Largo, Fla., 148, 149. 222 Loucks. Bonita Ann, Merritt Island, Fla., 308 Louden. Molly O ' Neill, Bartow, Fla., 273 Loy. Sandra Kay, Anderson, Ind.. 92. 94, 140, 155, 288 Ludwig, Joseph Lawrence. Lake Worth. Fla.. 171. 273 Lueck, Cynthia Sarge, New Smyrna Beach. Fla.. 254 Luke. Sara Susan, Lakewood, Ohio. 92. 94. 149, 273 Lukes. William George. Jr.. Nashville, Tenn., 82, 94. 105. 107. 183, 273 Lund, Susan Joan, Clearwater, Fla., 308 Lundeen, Phillip Warren, Jamestown. N. v., 92. 94. 105. 122, 273 Lyle, Wilham Raymond, Jr., Bartow, Fla., 273 Lynch, Linda Kay, Jacksonville, Fla., 90, 95, 308 MacDonald, Glenn Wesley, Lakeland, Fla., 185, 254 Maddock, Melinda Lucie, Palm Beach, Fla., 308 Magee, Michael James, Lakeland, Fla., 101, 288 Maggio, Vincent Louis, San Antonio. Fla., 254 Maher, Donna Katherine, Malone, N. v., 298 Maloney, Karen Sue, Arlington, Va., 308 Margolis, John Alan, New Rochelle, N. v., 308 Marley, Miriam, Falls Church, Va., 86, 87. 213, 273, 294 Marsh, Judith Darling, Satellite Beach, Fla Marshall, Barbara Ruth. Belchertown, Mass., 100. 128, 161, 288 Martin. Hillie Carolyn, Haines City, Fla., 255 Martin Edward Thomas. Ontario. Canada, 104, 255 Martin, Tan. Allentown. Pa.. 289 Martin, John Arthur. Dunedin. Fla., 289 Iartin. John Frederick. Bartow. Fla., 82. 105. 255 Martin. Katherine Adams, Ridgefield, Conn.. 84, 150, 151. 273 Martin. Nedra Helen. Winter Haven, Fla.. 151. 255 Martin. Walter. Tr.. Louisville, Ky., 90, 223, 230, 308 Martin, William A., Jr., Atlanta, Ga., 165 Martone, David Mack, Lakeland, Fla., 273 Marvin. Marcia Frances, Atlantic Beach, Fla., 218, 308 Mason, Hazel Ewhank, Gastonia, N. C, 134, 140. 143. 255 Mast, Richard Winfield. Morristown. N. J.. 224. 308 Masztak, Stanley, Rome. N. Y., 103. 255 Matheney, Angus Grover. Balboa, Canal Zone. 208. 209, 289 Matthews, Tames Russell. Bound Brook, N. L. 308 Matre. Robert Marc. Jr., Albany, Ga., 208. 209. 289 Maugle. Lorraine Elan. Hollywood, Fla., 127, 308 Mav. Judv Carol, Jacksonville, Fla.. 151. 289 May. Patricia Ann. Quincy. Fla.. 308 Mave. Donna Karen. Lorton, Va.. 95. 289 Maver. Fred Harold, Tr.. Lantana. Fla., 200 Mayse, Carol Lee. Tallahassee. Fla.. 86, 309 McAdams, Ann ClifF, Sebring, Fla., 95, 309 McAninch, Susan Jane, St. Petersburg, Fla., 309 McCaffrey. Carter Lyle. Lakeland. Fla.. 255 McCaffrey. Linda Holtzdaw. Lakeland. Fla.. 74. 271 McCaulev. Carolyn Ann, Erie, Pa., 155. 289 McClary, Thomas S., Jr., Miami, Fla., 92, 109, 273 McCollum, James Wesley, Gainesville, Fla., 197, 289 .McCormick. Nancy Bell, Delray Beach, Fla., 92. 94, 124 McCranie, Charles Larry, Windermere, Fla., 115, 116, 164, 165, 255 McCrory, Sarah Louise, Orlando, Fla.. 289 McDonald. Barbara Azalea. Indian Head, Md., 96, 98, 114, 123, 145. 222, 255 McDonald, J. Carl, Ft. Myers, Fla.. 195, 309 McDonald. WiUiam R., Winter Haven, Fla.. 255 .McFarland, Judith Louise. Daytona Beach. Fla., 86. 87. 103, 289 McGee. James Rav. Charlotte, N. C. 100. 255 McGee. William Lanier. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.. 115, 175, 273 McGill. Florence Ann, Miami, Fla.. 118. 309 McGill. Robert Lee. Hagerstown, Md., 92. 183, 224. 289 McGinnis, Raymon Lee. Jr.. Lakeland, Fla., 132. 224. 289 Mclrvin. Sue. Leesburg. Fla.. 86, 89, 132. 140. 152. 153. 222. 273 McKce, Steven Lee, Orlando, Fla., 224, 309 McKinley. Barbara J., St. Augustine, Fla.. 159. 289 McKnight, James Joel. Riviera Beach, Fla.. 255 McKnight. Margaret Ann. Germantown, Tenn., 86, 309 McKnight, Robert Wayne. Riviera Beach, Fla., 83, 115, 162, 169. 212, 213, 264, 273 McLeod. James Milburn. St. Peters- burg. Fla.. 94 McLeod. Tohn Hiram. St. Petersburg. Fla.. 86. 87. 114, 155. 162, 171. 273 McMichael. Toan, Mamaroneck. N. Y., 100, 143. 188. 222, 273 McNamara, Gary Vaughn, Pine Bluff, Ark.. 82, 273 McNulty. Patrick H., Jr., Pine Bluff, Ark., 207, 309 McOsker. Robert Allen, Bronxville, N. Y., 185, 197, 289 McRae, Nancy Elizabeth, Ellerbe, N. C, 85. 94. 125. 255 McReaken. David William, Casey, 111.. 289 McWhorter. Tanet Susan. Ft. Lauder- dale, Fla., 84, 106, 156, 157, 255 Meachem. Thomas Russell, Daytona Beach. Fla.. 273 Means. Cooper Greir. Winter Park. Fla.. 256 Mecke. George. Ill, Jacksonville. Fla., 309 Mecks. Robert Edward, Lakeland. Fla., 273 Meide. Anita Louise, Jacksonville. Fla.. 153. 289 Meide. Mary Helen, Jacksonville, Fla., 309 Meliski. Joseph Henry, Pompano Beach. Fla.. 309 Melton. Helen Kav, Melbourne, Fla., 309 Melvin, William K., Palm Beach, Fla., 289 Menges, Marilyn Joyce, Orlando, Fla., 256 Merrick, Donald Charles, Orlando. Fla., 256 Merrifield. Wayne E., Coral Cables, Fla., 289 Merritt, Susan, Lake Park, Fla.. 309 Ierryman. Margaret .-Vnu. Quebec. Canada. 90, 309 Mert?.. Alan Tohn. Jupiter. Fla.. 223. 309 Messeberg. Laura Linda. New Hyde Park, N. v.. 92. 309 Metz. Tohn Harry. Belleville, Pa.. 289 Metz. Mary Alice. Belleville. Pa.. 95, 309 Meyers, Linda Evelyn. Miami, Fla., 123. 155. 218. 273 Mevers. Meredith Tane. Mamaroneck. N. Y., 309 Michels, Kenneth M., Tr.. Delray Beach, Fla., 309 Middleton. Tennifer Lee. Hialeah. Fla.. 289 Miles. Carol Nancv. Verona. Italy. 309 Millen. Frank Lovell. Watkin ' s Glen. N. Y.. 114. 169. 244, 256 Miller. Barbara .Ann. Palmetto. Fla., 278 Miller, Claudia Knight. Miami, Fla., 94, 155, 273 Mitler. David Bruce. Miami Springs. Fla.. 309 Miller, Lvnn Louise, Melbourne, Fla.. 309 Miller. Richard Paul. Lakeland. Fla.. 165. 273 Miller. Robert Lee. St. Petersburg. Fla.. 183. 224, 289 Millet, Edwin Louis, Lakeland, Fla.. 273 Milliot. Patricia Cain, Altamonte Springs. Fla.. 256 Milliken. Mary, Lancaster. Pa.. 155. 218. 289 Mills. Joe A.. Orlando. Fla.. 92, 183, 224, 289 Mills. Patricia Ann. Walton Beach, Fla.. 309 Mimbs. Donald. Mulberry. Fla.. 256 Minford, Susan Appleby, Tampa, Fla., 289 Minshew. Jane Ehrhardt, Lakeland, Fla., 274 .Mishalanie. Sarah Faith, Miami, Fla.. 92. 100. 290 Mitchell. ludy Eileen, St, Petersburg, Fla., 153, 274 Mitchell, Tulia Anne, Orlando, Fla., 309 Mitchell, Walker Wear, Lakeland, Fla., 122, 256 Montgomery, Elizabeth, Davenport, Iowa, 119, 310 Moody, Patricia Lynne, Lakeland, Fla., 310 Moore, Constance Susan, W. Palm Beach, Fla., 80, 153, 290 Moore, Janice Tee, Jacksonville, Fla., 310 Moore, John Bigelow, Geneva. N. Y., 290 Moore, Linda Lorine, Pierson, Fla., 143, 290 Moore, Richard Benson, Flint, Mich., 170, 171, 256 Moreira. Domingo Kafael, Guatemala City. Guatemala. 310 Morgan. Rita Lynn, Cape Coral, Fla., 90, 95. 310 ,, , Morris. Nancy Jane. New ork, N. Y., 150, 151. 274 Morrison. Jane Brewster, Montverde, Fla.. 86. 310 Mosher. Thomas Michael, Jacksonville, Fla., 115. 165. 290 Moss. Renee -Agnes, Norrbville, Pa., 153, 290 , ., Mowbrav. William W., Cambridge, Md., 104. 200, 290 Moyer, Sharon .Ann, Fernandina Beach, Fla.. 310 Mullens. Margaret M., Caracas, Ven- ezuela, 100. 256 Mulrein. William C. Boca Raton, Fla., 175. 274 Mundy. Tanis Louise, Miami. Fla., 296, 310 ■ ,. Munn. Cecelia Ann, Rockingham, N- C, 274 „ ,„ Murphey. Philip Wayne. Key West, Fla., 223 . , „, Murphv. John Paul, Miami, Fla., 94, 290 Murphy Kenneth Bruce, Clearwater, Fla., 179, 290 , , j , Murphv, Lvnne Krnoul, Lakeland, la., 123, ' I58, ' l59, 256 Murphy, Paul S., Lakeland, Fla., 171, Murill. Robert Hoy, Jr., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 310 „ , Myers, Ronald Francis, Winter Park, Fla., 274 Naclerio, Judith Ellyn. Miami, Fla., Nagel, Catherine Langley, Lakeland, Na elV Pennv Sue, Baltimore. Md. 290 Neal, Gene Allen. Lakeland. Fla.._ 256 Needles. Toanne. Southampton. N. .. 103. 113. 274 Neel. Cheryl Ann. Sebnng, Fla., 92, 157. 290 Nelson. Harvey Mason, Lakeland. Fla., 256 Nelson, lona Charlotte, Sycamore, III., 310 Nelson. Mary Gay, Blytheville, Ark., 140. 143. 165. 274 Nelson. Nikki Suzanne, Lakeland, Fla., 3io J , Nevin. Patricia Yvonne, Lakeland. Fla., 128, 290 Newcomer. Patricia -Ann. Sarasota. Fla.. 310 „ Newkirk Yvonne E., Eau Gallic. Fla., 103, lil, 157. 274 Newton, Tudith .Ann, Homestead, Fla., 84, 274 ' Nichols, Anne Driskell, Biloxi, Miss., 145, 274 Nichols, Allen Rogers, Homestead, Fla., 296, 310 NiJton, John Leon, Jacksonville. Fla., 165. 290 Noecker. Carol Irene, Orlando. Fla.. 151, 290 Noge. Harry John. Jr.. Orlando. Fla., 274 Noonan, Thomas Richard, Wyoming, N.Y., 115. 177. 274 Norcross. Richard C, East Hardwick, Vt.. 310 Norman. Joseph. II. Hockessin. Del.. 310 Northrup. Sara Lynn, Ormond Beach, Fla.. 93. 97. 125. 126. 161. 257 Norton. June Faye. Tampa. Fla.. 274 Norton. Rictor Carl. Lakeland, Fla., 290 Norton. Thomas Howren, Jr., Orlando, Fla., 310 Novak, Richard William, Lakeland, Fla., 257 Novotny, Robert Michael. Orlando, Fla., 168, 169, 212. 290 Novey, Patricia Ann, Emporia, V ' a., 310 341 Oberle, Bonnie Susan, Avon Park, Fla., 310 Oberle, Terry Joe, Avon Park, Fla., 84, 185 218 290 Odoni ' el, ciaire Charlene, Lakeland, Fla., 143, 290 Ogilvie, Michael M., Winter Park, Fla., 116, 165. 274 Ohlhaber, Edward M., Lakeland, Fla., 257 Oktavec, Frank Tohn, Clearwater, Fla., 86, 114, 169, 200 Olin. Louis David, Trenton, N.J.. 310 Ollek, Carole Elizabeth, Atlanta, Ga., 257 Olsen, Donald Leslie, Chicago, 111., 224, 290 O ' Neal, Patricia Marie, Lakeland, Fla., 257 Orlandi, Giocondo Girard, Ft. Lauder- dale, Fla., 310 Osborne, Sara Ann, Raiford, Fla.. 107, 148, 149. 257 Osborne, Zebulon Louis, Umatilla, Fla., 223, 310 Osterholm, Carol A., Douglaston, N.Y., 290 Oswald, Margaret Carrol, Cleveland, Ohio, 257 Outten, Susan Williams, Lakeland, Fla., 257 Owens. Tames Guy, Tarpon Springs, Fla., 92. 109, 119, 274 Owens. Tames Lee, New Smyrna Beach, Fla., 94, 290 Owens, Nancy Louise, New Smyrna Beach, Fla., 311 Page. Kay Louise, Sarasota, Fla., 80, 155. 290 Palmer, Marsha Louise, New Smyrna Beach, Fla.. 150, 151. 222, 257 Panarello, Sandra J., Newburgh,, N.Y., 90, 311 Pappaylion, Betty Zoch, Venice, Fla., 257 Parent, Joline Carol, Guilford, Conn., 290 Parham, Martha Susan, Miami, Fla., 311 Paredes. Dianne Renee, Jacksonville, Fla.. 119, 130. 311 Pardo. Delcy Mireille, Jacksonville, Fla., 86, 119, 311 Parker, Michael Breck, Tampa, Fla., 177, 274 Parkinson, Christine L.. Sarasota, Fla., 311 Parsons, Patricia Anne, Sebastian, Fla., 64, 65. 67. 79, 92, 94, 96, 98. 125, 131, 222. 257 Parsons, Darrell .Man, Sebastian, Fla.. 83, 92. 94. 224. 290 Parsons. Linda Joyce, Mansfield, Ohio, 74. 311 Partin. Julia Rebecca, Kissimmee, Fla., 92. 95. 311 Pasetti. Victor. Riverview. Fla., 257 Patterson, Toel Floyd, Miami Springs, Fla., 185. 274 Patterson, Ottis C, Jr., Hollywood, Fla., 101, 122, 290 Patten, Sue Pressly, Jacksonville Beach, Fla., 81. 113. 257 Payne. Susan Gail. Knoxville. Tenn.. 274 Pegues, Donald Lee, Auburndale. F ' la.. 291 Pendleton. Joyce Ann. Lakeland. Fla., 147, 291 Pendleton, Margaret M., Lakeland, Fla.. 79. 97. 98. 146, 147, 257 Pepper, Nancy Moye. Walnut Cove, N.C.. no. 143. 258 Pepper. Pamela Sue. Walnut Cove, N.C., 311 Perkins, Karen Ingrid, Lakeland, Fla., 118. 274 Permar. Pamela Claire, St. Simons Island. Ga., 84. 85. 106. 157, 274 Persak. Gail Mitchell, Pompano Beach, Fla., 311 Peters, Francis, Rye, N.Y.. 169, 258 Peterson. Newton C, III, Lakeland, Fla., 223. 311 Petrone. Robert Michael. Huntington Station. X.Y.. 83. 185, 274 Petterson. Svlvia R., Ft. Pierce, Fla., 92. 100. 120. 121. 126, 161, 274 Petty, Curtis Masscv, Huntsvillc. .Ma. 275 Petty. Richard Alden, Miami, Fla , 179 258 Phelps, George Whitfield, Lakeland, Fla., 291 Phillips, Carroll Wayne, Lakeland, Fla . 258 Pi He . Smith. Jr.. Lakeland, Fla., 258 Pike, Daphne Camille, Miami, Fla., 157, 291 Pittman. Marv Ann, Orlando, Fla., 81, 123, 147. 258 Place. Terry Clark, Hollywood. Fla., 169, 291 Polk, Alice Palmer, Henderson, Ky., 311 Pontius. Patricia Kay, St. Petersburg, Fla., 153, 291 Pope, James David, Capron, Va., 311 Porter, Barbara Anne. Indianapolis, Ind., 291 Porter, Joyce Coulson, St. Petersburg, Fla., 311 Porter. Virginia Louise, Lapeer, Mich., 258 Potter, Dale Eugene, Orlando, Fla., 121. 185, 258 Pressley. Toyce Paige, Moore Haven, Fla.. 311 Preston. Bruce Barber, II, Orlando, Fla.. 311 Prestwood. Minnie Ruth, Lakeland, Fla.. 291 Prewitt. Susan Gay, Lexington, Ky., 155, 291 Price, Robbye Lee. Chattanooga, Tenn., 275 Price, Sandra Lee, Hartvillc, Ohio, 275 Price, Sara Ethel. Clearwater. Fla., 311 Priester. Douglas M., . iken, S.C, 200, 291 Prieto, Ellita Adrian, St. Petersburg, Fla., 275 Princeton, Dawn . nn. Winter Garden, Fla.. 291 Prine. Tacqueline C. Ft. Meade, Fla., 275 Proctor, Sally Jane, Venice, Fla., 149, 218, 291 Prosser, Judith Ann, Asheville, N.C.. 291 Race, Lloyd Nelson, Winter Haven, Fla., 291 Railsback. Sandra To. Jacksonville, Fla., 86, 88, 103, 188, 145, 264, 275 Rains, Jackson Dennison, Miami, Fla., 109, 275 Rakowsky, Marie Myzell, Demarest, N.J., 311 Randall. Barry Thomas, Poughkeepsie, N.Y., 207, 311 Raney, Winston Chris. Lakeland, Fla., 258 Rankin, David Lee, Boca Raton, Fla., 173, 297 Rano, Karen Marie. DeLand, Fla., 311 Rau. Tohn Keller, Nashville. Tenn., 311 Rauls. Tyler Tulian, Ir., Macon. Ga.. 311 Rawlins. Paula Elaine, Jacksonville, Fla., 291 Rav, Linda Lee, Winter Haven, Fla., 97. 98, 106, 157, 258 Reddick, Devorah Ann, Avon Park, Fla.. 311 Reedv. Wanda Mae, Pine Castle, Fla., 275 Reece. Thomas Sanford, Charlotte, N.C., 224, 311 Reeve, Mark Brant, Glen Ridge, N.J., 101, 258 Reeves. Jerry Ronald, Bowling Green, Fla 312 an. Tames Douglas, III, Seaton, HI., 120. 121. 197. 258 Reich. Dickie lean. Mt. Dora. Fla., 145. 275 Reid. Harry Patterson, Plant City, Fla.. 140. 312 Reid. Marv Allen, York, Pa., 79, 114, 156, 275 Reillv. Tean Ann, Jacksonville, Fla., 159. 275 Reiss. Paul Irwin, Orlando, Fla., 312 Remington, Thomas T., Rockledge, Fla., 115, 137, 177, 275 Renner, Robert Lewis, Jr., Cocoa, Fla., 92. 224. 312 Renton, Kathryn Lois, Pittsburgh, Pa., 154, 155. 275 Repple. Glenn .Mien. Miami Springs. Fla.. 109. 223. 312 Revnolds. Caryl . nne. St. Petersburg. Fla.. 95. 161, 275 Revnolds, Charles L., Jr., Lake Placid, Fla., 183, 258 Revnolds. ' irginia Carol, Miami Springs. Fla.. 95, 155. 291 Rice. Lynn Barton. Tacksonville. Fla.. 80, 275 Richards. Don Frederick. West Palm Beach. Fla.. 208, 209, 258 Richter, Lois Barbara, Eastchester, N.Y.. 90. 291 Rickerd. Charles Babb, Davtona Beach. Fla.. 100. 120. 258 Rickerds. Ronald Lewis. Winter Park. Fla.. 175. 258 Rider. Frank Edmond. Lake Placid. Fla.. 185. 291 Ridge. Sandra Annette. Lake Wales. Fla.. 94, 312 Ridley, .Ann Scobie, Winter Haven, Fla 275 Rimel. Leslie Lamar. Lakeland, Fla., 275 Roach, Roger Earl, Zellwood, Fla., 157. 275 Roadarmel. Robert C. Jr., Lake Worth. Fla.. 185. 195, 200, 291 Robhins, Nadine Waters, Kathleen, Fla., 94, 126, 259 Roberts, Patricia Ann, Lakeland, Fla., 100, 120. 291 Roberts, Paul Marvin, Winter Haven, Fla., 275 Robertson. David Harold, North Attle- boro, Mass., 312 Robertson, David Leon, Wooster, Ohio, 312 Robertson, Ellen Kay, Roanoke, Va., 143, 291 Robertson, Marjorie Jean, Coral Gables, Fla., 291 Robertson. Robin Maxwell, Eagle Lake, Fla., 291 Robinson, Everett A., Ill, St. Peters- burg, Fla., 183 Rogers, Frances Virginia, Lakeland, Fla., 275 Rogers. Tames C, Jr., Leesburg, Fla., 79. 312 Rogers, Raymond Edward, Leonia, X.J., 79, 101, 115, 167, 259 Rogers, Susan Dunham, Easton, Conn., 84, 312 Rogers, Thomas O., Jr., Miami, Fla., 291 Rohaley, David Anthony, Naples, Fla., 312 Rohrback, Jane Griffiths, North Miami, Fla., 142, 259 Romberger, Helen, Bethesda, Md., 95, 312 Rominger, William Martin, Sarasota, Fla., 312 Rosenthal, Barbara Lee, Syosset, N.Y., 108, 127, 130, 157, 312 Roth, Gary Mitchell, Northridge, Calif., 259 Rowand, Sadie Bess, Lakeland, Fla., 292 Rowland, Paula Dorinda, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 312 Roy, ftlusette Florence, Orlando, Fla., 312 Rubio, . lbert Michael, Tampa, Fla., 82. 207, 292 Rubush. Charlotte Ann, Lake Hamilton, Fla., 81, 151, 275 Rudder. Sandra Elizabeth, Greenville, Tenn., 84, 86, 88, 312 Ruke, Ruby Gale. Ft. Myers. Fla., 259 Rumsey. Christine Ann, Winter Haven, Fla., 292 Rust, William Lee. Bloomington, 111., 94, 115, 177, 292 Ruthel, Renate Inge, Sheffield, Mass., 119, 312 Ryder, Tames Albert. Kings Park, N.Y., 82. 173, 312 Sabatini, Donald F., Madison, N.T., 197, 200, 312 Saitta. Michael Peter, Orlando, Fla., 259 Salmon. Carol Elizabeth, Tacksonville, Fla., 95. 292 Sams, Michael Douglas, Miami, Fla., 312 Sanborn, Mary Louise, Lakeland. Fla., 127 Sanford, George Carey, Lakeland, Fla., 292 Sapp, Paulette Louise, Jacksonville, Fla.. 275 Sargeant, Martha Ann, Lakeland, Fla., 312 Sargent, Linda Ann, Atlanta, Ga., 313 Saunders, Patricia Ann, Jacksonville, Fla., 313 Saunders. Reginal Scott, Orlando, Fla., 223, 313 Sawver, Thomas Richard, Jupiter, Fla., 185, 207, 292 Schaeffer, Edith Marilyn, Lake City, Fla., 292 Scharold, Harry Karl, Sanantonia, Puerto Rico. 82, 209, 292 Schell, Linda Dianne, Orlando, Fla., 313 Scheutz, Monica Louise, Sarasota, Fla., 313 Schindler, Charles R., Malvern, Pa., 175, 259 Schirmer, Susan Tane, Saugerties, N.Y., 78, 143, 188, 259 Schlamel, Richard Carl, Shorewood, Wis., 177. 212, 213, 275 Schmidt, Charlotte Ann, Orange, Va.. 90. 218. 313 Schmidt. Henry George, Lakeland, Fla., 275 Schofield, Tohn Kent, Winter Park, Fla., 114, 224, 313 Schopl, Sarah Lee, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 313 Schott. Conrad, IV ' , Dunellen, N.J., 292 Schwartz, Carlton Samuel, Jr.. Spring- field, Ohio, 100, 121, 175. 191, 212, 275 Schwartz, Deborah Newton, Tacksonville, Fla., 130, 292 Schwartz. Steven Mark, Somerville, Fla., 313 Schwiering, Tames Ernest, Boynton Beach, Fla., 101 Scoville, Tudith Anne, Oswego, N.Y., 313 Seels, Laura Anne, Huntington, N.Y., 292 Sefton, Thomas Wolcott. Anderson, Ind. 313 Sellers, Barbara Ann, Tampa, Fla., 78, 97. 98. 106. 114. 134. 152, 153, 259 Sellers, Larue George, Decatur, Ga., 115, 313 Sellet, Jack Allan, Winter Haven, Fla., 276 Sellner, John Robert, St. Petersburg Beach. Fla.. 101. 177. 276 Serron. Richard Michael, Rochester, N.Y., 195, 313 Seward, Walter James, III, Wilming- ton, Del., 276 Shackelford. Marsha, M., Miami. Fla., 159, 259 Shannon, Victoria Ann, Millville, N.J., 313 Sharp, Margaret D., Lakeland, Fla., 80, 96, 98, 108, 112, 127, 132. 161, 259 Shaw, Ellis Prewett, Coral Gables, Fla., 179, 191, 212, 292 Shaw, Helen Loraine, Orange Park, Fla., 207, 313 Sheppard, Gail Harvard, Lake Wales, Fla., 129, 259 Sherman, Daniel Neil. St. Petersburg, Fla., 207, 313 Shinnick, Michael Donald, North Palm Beach, Fla., 296, 313 Shiplev, Paul Larsen, Lakeland, Fla., 165, 276 Shirah, Oneita Sue, Grand Bay, Ala., 95, 313 Shirah, Richard Brown, Grand Bay, Ala., 313 Shotwell, Roganne, Key Biscayne, Fla., SO, 313 Shrader, Carl William, Clearwater, Fla., Shultz, Beverly Lucille, Ft. Myers, Fla., 86. 89. 90. 313 Shv, Susan Newton, New York, N.Y., il4, 144, 145, 276 Silvers, Ronald Steven. Miami Beach, Fla.. 82, 84, 85, 180, 181, 276 Simmons. Charles Turner, Jesup, Ga., 200, 313 Simonson, Roger Lynn, Pahokee, Fla., 313 Sisk, Beverly Ann, Pompano Beach, Fla., 313 Skeels, Robert Alfred, Jr., Sarasota, Fla., 313 Skelton, Barbara Jayne, Miami, Fla., 151, 292 SkiJmore, Tim N., Elmira, N.Y., 162, 292 Slayden .-Mice Lee, Brooksville, Fla., 92, 94, 124, 132, 314 Smelt, William Howard, Seville, Fla., 83, 276 Smith, Carolyn Grace, Lakeland, Fla., 314 Smith, Donna Darnell, Tampa, Fla., 147, 292 Smith, Gilbert Mathew, Orlando, Fla., 292 Smith, Karen Gayle, Orlando, Fla., 259 Smith. Linda Diane, Monticello, Fla., 94, 292 Smith. Sheila Carol. Merritt Island, Fla., 94, 149, 276 Smith, Sondra Ann, Lebanon, Ky.. 314 Smith. Stuart Wav, Winter Park, Fla., 84. 85. 175, 260 Smith. Thomas Amorv, Amityville, N.Y., 115. 166, 167, 260 Smolenyak, Sharon Marie, Miami, Fla., 314 Smyly, Sandra Eileen, Lakeland, Fla., 127. 128, 161, 314 Snavely. Harrv Chiles, Pe oria, 111., 115, 122, 176, 177, 276 Snell, Marilyn Helen, New Port Richey, Fla., 314 Snow, Tanet Lee, DeLand, Fla., 143, 260 Snvder, Herbert S., Fair Lawn, N.J., 292 Soper, Robert Donald, Bethesda, Md., 100, 103, 115, 164, 165. 260 South, Carole Anne, Columbus, Ohio, 155, 260 Spencer, Janice Dean, Balboa, Canal Zone, 292 Spiro. David, Long Island, N.Y., 191, 193. 195. 292. 314 Spitz. Richard Leon, Mountainside, N.T., 314 Squire, Richard C, II, Summit, N.J., 115, 292 Stabell, Rosemary Kate, Winter Park, Fla.. 260 Stamm, Charlona Marie, Zanesville, Ohio, 260 Standifer. Robert Thomas, Lakeland, Fla., 276 Stanley, Karen Lynn, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 314 Stanlev, Susan, St. Augustine, Fla., 314 ' Stanley, Susan Lynn, Macon, Ga., 86, 90, 314 Starling, Mary Ann Molly, Orlando, Fla., 260 Staryk, Michael F., Grosse Pointe, Mich.. 165. 292 Steel. Marv L ouise. Miami Springs, Fla.. 292 Steele, Richard Bliss, Lakeland, Fla., 292 Stephens, Charles Marion, Miami, Fla., 92, 292 Stephens, Karen C, Winter Haven, Fla., 276 Stevenson, Marsha Gail, Lake Wales, Fla., 314 Stewart, Tames Barton, Largo, Fla., 184, 185. 223. 276 Stirn. Susan Lee. Sarasota. Fla., 155, 276 Stockton. Patricia Ann. Rockville. Md., 80. 81. 86. 106. 107. 113. 276 Stokes. Susan Caldwell, Fulton, Ky., 94, 157, 260 - ' ' » » 4 ♦ Stokes, William Kent, Leesburg, Fla., 314 Storter, Jeanne Lou, Naples. Fla., 106, 276 Stout, Bruce Paul, Winter Park, Fla.. 94. 314 Stover, Beverly . nn. Zionsville. Ind., 75, 86, 88, 103, 114. 118, 145. 276 Stover, .Mien W. K., St. Petersburg Beach. Fla., 276 Stowers, -Man Ray, Lakeland. Fla., 84, 209, 292 Strauss, Susan Allison. North Palm Beach. Fla., 314 Streeter, Tayne Ellen. Brooksville. Fla., 95. 100. 121. 126. 161. 293 Strickland. Ellen Earl. Macon. Ga.. 314 Strother. Shelby K.. III. Satellite Beach, Fla.. 195. 200. 314 Stump. James Douglas, Grundy, Va., 293 Suits, Laurel Anne, Port Charlotte, Fla.. 314 Sullivan. Thomas John, Plainview, N.Y., 314 Swp.ngo, Stanley S., Ill, Dayton. Ohio. Swank. Glenn David. Lakeland. Fla., 92, 94, 124. 224, 314 Swata, Carol Evelyn. Miami. Fla.. 94. 100. 120. 126. 161. 260 Sweinimer. Mary Ann, Whitman, Mass., 293 -Swenson. Peter. Leonia. N.J.. 293 Symes. Robert Campbell. Birmingham, Mich., 314 Tall. Barbara Ann, Gary. Ind.. 159. 260 Tallamv. Ruth Anne. Branchville. N.J.. 95. 151. 293 Tallman. Benjamin Anscll. Lake Worth. Fla., 115, 174. 175. 276 Talmadge. Douglas Van. Morristown, N.Y.. 276 Tatum. Carl Michael. Lakeland, Fla., 293 Taulbee. Billie Nell. Lancaster. Pa.. 314 Tavlor. David Kenneth. Jr.. Fayetteville. N.C.. 145. 162. 175. 212. 293 Taylor. Mitchell Irene, Miami. Fla.. 90. 144, 145, 293 Taylor. Robert Philip. Jr., Glen St. Mary. Fla.. 260 Taylor. Sandra Kave. Green Cove Springs. Fla.. 81. 118. 276 Tavlor. Vicki Adele. Bartow, Fla.. 260 Taylor. Wayne Bernard. Lakeland. Fla.. 174. 175. 260 Teifper. Marsha. St. Petersburg. Fla., 114. 130. 149. 293 Terrell. Michael J.. Stileville. Ind.. 84. 85. 276 Tertany. Sandra Louise. Freemansburg. Pa.. 95. 293 Test. Mary Elizabeth. Lakeland. Fla.. 293 Thibodeau. Peter Alan. Orlando. Fla.. 183. 260 Thomas. Cynthia Ann. Atlanta. Ga.. 314 Thomas. Shirley Jean. Tacksonville. Fla.. 314 Thomas. Teresa Lin. Dunedin. Fla.. 314 Thompson. Dovle. M.. Germantown, Tenn.. 315 Thompson. Earl Fincher. Germantown. Tenn.. 82. 101, 115. 165. 260 Thompson. Tames Philip, Plant Citv. Fla.. 276 Thompson, Jennifer Ann. Sanford. Fla.. 315 Thompson. Roger Lee, Lakeland, Fla., 277 Thompson, Sam Hill, Jacksonville, Fla., 315 Thompson, WiUiam E., III. Ocala, Fla.. 175, 293 Thomson. Marjorie Ellen. North Miami Beach. Fla.. 84. 106. 153. 277 Thomson. Nancy Mae, Jacksonville, Fla., 261 Thorn, Sandra Adele, Middletown. Ohio, 293 Thornal. Benjamin C, III. Tallahassee, Fla.. 277 Thome. David McCullough. Delray Beach. Fla.. 171. 197. 261 Thornton. Richard I!.. Riverside. Calif., 293 Ticknor, Shirley . nn, Lutz, Fla., 153, 277 Tiller, Louis S., Jr., Vero Beach, Fla.. 174. 175. 277 - Tisdale. Mary Sue. Lakeland. Fla., 96, 98, 100. 120. 121. 261 Tolle. Michael Philip. Lakeland. Fla.. 165. 261 Tomlinson. Lynn Wurth. Miami. Fla.. 74. 316. 317 Tortorici. Sandra B.. Cristobal. Canal Zone. 315 Tower. John Cole, Chatham, N.J., 167, 261 Traenkle, Elizabeth M., Lakeland. Fla.. 261 Trask, Betty Evelyn, Bartow, Fla.. 277 Trask. Joyce Diane. Highland City. Fla.. 315 Trenam. Patricia -Adelle. Tampa. Fla., 315 Trov. Alexander I., III. Miami, Fla., 101, 115, 167, 212, 213, 261 Tucker. Kenneth C. Tr., West Caldwell. X.)., 223. 315 Turner, Edgar R., Jr., Piketon, Ohio, 315 Turney. Patricia Ann, Winter Park. Fla.. 293 Tvler. Marvin George. Lakeland. Fla.. 122. 277 Cfford. Margery .Anne. Ithaca. N.Y.. 261 Uhler, Susan C. Thomdale. Pa., 315 Ulrev. Terry Lynn, Oviedo, Fla., 101, 115. 165. 261 I ' nderwood. Margaret P.. Short Hills. N.T.. 315 Upton. Wallace Jay, Dunedin, Fla.. 224. 315 Valdez. Carole Lynn. Key West. Fla.. 90. 315 Valentine. Clifford Roy. Ft. Walton Beach. Fla.. 223. 315 Vanhorn, Bonnie Dale. Islamorada, _ Fla., 277 ' an Huss. irdia K., Pompano Beach, Fla., 80, 149. 293 Vannostrand. Robert. Sarasota. Fla.. 101. 277 Varju. .Mlavne Todie. West Palm Beach. _Fl3.. 293 Varner, John Arthur. Fairbom, Ohio. 261 Vassenr. Berta. Brooklyn. N.Y.. 293 ' aughan. Donald Alfred. Winter Haven. Fla,. 261 Vaughan. loscph William. Fairfield. Pa.. 121. 261 Vaughn. Carolvn Ethelia, Tampa, Fla., 315 Vayo. Ronald Toseph, Ft. Myers Beach. Fla.. S3. 277 ' cttcv. Ed A., Lakeland. Fla.. 293 Vey. Petley Clive, Lakeland. Fla.. 122. 261 ' ick. Xancy Claudette. Lakeland, Fla.. 293 Voight. Suzanne. Miami. Fla.. 86. 89. 153. 277 Vyner. Rick Nelson. Mamaroneck. X. Y., 167. 218. 277 Wachtel, John Dixon. Tacksonville. Fla.. 293 Waddell. Castner Rolfe. Greenfield. Ohio. 171. 177 Wager. Charlene Carol. Burlington. Vt.. 103. 149. 277 Waite. June Allison. Miami. Fla.. 261 Wainer. Xancy Lee. Lakeland. Fla.. 130. 154. 157. 277 Walker, Gerald Gilbert. Bethesda. Md.. 101. 277 Walker. James . lbert. Lakeland. Fla.. 262 Walker. Kineon Goodhue. Marathon Shores. Fla.. 210. 211. 315 Walker. Mary Tuanita. Lakeland. Fla.. 262 Wallace. Sharvn Allatia. Miami, Fla., 90 91, 149. 293 Wallace. Susan Gene. Cocoa Beach. Fla.. 95. 293 Ward. Ferris Dewitt. Orlando. Fla.. 223; 315 Ward. Michael Glenn. Caruthersville. .Mo.. 90. 223. 315 Warden. Carolyn Vincent. Fairfax Villa. Va.. 104. 213, 262. 294 Wardner. Rolfe .Abbott. Pompano Beach. Fla.. 315 Warren. George Theodore. Nashville, Tenn.. 94. 109. 315 Waters. William Edward. Winter Haven. Fla.. 294 Watkins. Eunice Kay. Melbourne. Fla., 159, 277 Watkins, Charles Thomas, New Castle. Del.. 277 Watson. David Toseph. Newport, R.I., 83. 185. 210. 211. 262 Watson. Herbert Allan, West Caldwell. X.J.. 195. 315 Watson. John Wesgarth. Orlando, Fla., 277 Watson. Wallace Carlisle, Cross City, Fla., 223. 315 Watters. Sharon Frame, Ft. Lauderdale. Fla.. 145. 277 Waugh. Elizabeth Lee. Bartow, Fla., 118. 277 Weaver. Tames Royce, Jr., Jacksonville, Fla., 223, 315 Webb, David Lawrence. Summit, N.J., 315 Webster, Virginia, Allentown, Pa., 75, 79. 143, 181, 277 Wechsler, Edward Charles, Tacksonville, Fla., 315 Weeks, Tames Clement, Penns Grove, N.J., 165, 294 Weinstein. lay Stephen, North Dart- mouth, iass., 101, 122, 180. 181. 277 Welch. Susan Esther, Miami. Fla.. 95. 315 Wellington, Roger K., Rochester, N.Y., 316 Wells. Gertrude Thomhill, .Alexandria, Va., 151, 277 Wells, John Scott, Fairborn, Ohio, 83, 115. 177, 212, 262 Wells. Wallace Kappel, Pittsburgh, Pa., 175, 197. 294 Welsh. Walter Andrew. Ft. Myers Beach. Fla.. 169. 278 WeUon. Cvnthia Beth, Largo. Fla.. 316 West. Ann Dee. Lakeland. Fla.. 294 Wheeler. Pamela Rozell. Largo. Fla.. 149. 262 Whidden. Dee Belle, Cape May, N.J., 294 Whisler, Paula Marie, Chesterland, Ohio, 157. 173. 262 Whitacre. Willetta Ann. Ft. Lauderdale. Fla,. 278 Whitaker. Edward Parrish. III. 278 Whitaker. Tames Benjamin. Lakeland. Fla.. 278 White. Bruce Edward, Winter Park. Fla., 195. 31S White, Marcia Adele, Homestead. Fla.. 155. 315 White. Paula Lou. Delray Beach. Fla.. 86. 87. 294 White. Sandra Tovce. Tampa. Fla., 316 White. Stephen Howard. Morris Plains. X.J.. 166, 167. 278. 212 Whitehead, Joseph, Ocoee. Fla., 316 Whitehurst, Tames .Allen, Lakeland, Fla., 222, 278 Wiley, Peter Christopher, Winter Gar- den, Fla., 169, 212, 316 Wilhelm, Harold Tan, Boca Raton, Fla., 182. 183. 262 Wilhelm. Thomas .Allan. New Canaan. Conn.. 101. 122. 177. 212. 278 Wilhelmsen. Paul Carl. Freeport. Bahamas. 207. 316 Wilkerson. Sandra S., Miami. Fla.. 316 Williams. Kav Francine. Orlando. Fla.. 294 Williams. Linda Sue. Sanford. Fla.. 294 Williams. Lloyd Glen. Rensselaer, Ind., 167. 278 Williams. Lydia Sue. Paragould, Ark.. 188. 218. 316 Williams. Paula Bauer. Lakeland, Fla.. 278 W ' illiams. Priscilla L.. 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