Florida Southern College - Interlachen Yearbook (Lakeland, FL)

 - Class of 1980

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We ore here, as stu- dents, to learn and grow and find the truth of things. And in that search for tr uth our quest takes on a higher goal. Many begin to seek wisdom as well as knowledge. Knowledge is defined as all that can be known or learned. Wisdom is not simply the intellectual pro- cess of learning that takes place in our classes. It is an inner knowledge, strong and steadfast. It is the knowledge of God. For most of us, our journey through Florida Southern be- gan in the foil. Autumn is a time of change, of uncertain- ty. But it is also a time of ex- pectation and so we come . . . expectant, eager, willing to learn, anticipating new ex- periences. We built relation- ships. We sought to under- stand in more depth than ever before ourselves, our neighbors and our world. For some, winter came too quickly. The winter of our jour- ney brought the chill of disillu- sionment, the face-to-face confrontation with reality that makes us long for the wonder world we used to live in. Gone were the streamers and the glitter. Life was a serious busi- ness in which success or failure was up to us alone. It was time for us to begin the search for this elusive thing called wis- dom, suddenly so necessary to our survival. With spring come a new surge of strength, the energy to pur- sue regardless. Wisdom be- came a concrete goal, something to strive for with heart, mind and soul. Spring is a time for remembering, counting the past as exper- ience to learn and grow from. And it is perhaps in the spring of our journey, at last, that we meet with God and find it is He who we have been seeking oil along. And a new journey be- gins. Wisdom is the goal, and the candle is the Christian symbol for wisdom. It symbolizes Jesus Christ, that flame in the dark- ness. Two candles together portray the dual nature of Christ, that of human and di- vine. Three candles stand for the trinity, the unbreakable circle of Father, Son, and Spir- it. Six candles portray the six attributes of the Creator: wis- dom, majesty, power, love, mercy, and justice. The candle, with its burning light, represents the wisdom of eternity, that truth that we seek. There is but one answer and it is that answer we must find. It is the light that we strive for, that illumination of man- kind that Jesus meant when he said, " I have come into the world as light ... " (Jn. 12:46). In order to understand our- selves, each other, and our world, we must first come to on understanding of God. This is the essence of wisdom. " Happy Is he who has found wisdom, and the man who has acquired understand- ing . . ■ ts .s r-1i - . A M ' s X V ' ' - !S n !?- L=su " 7 V : ' .. l!W V " i , ' ?«ia?W!i«i " for wisdom is more profit ■ abie than siiver, and the gain she brings is better than goid . . . ■ - . ,w.-5rt- ! ' «WS » ' s «raP - ' 5 " She Is more precious than red coral; all your Jewels ore no match for her . . . I A ' 5 , H, A L w i m •1 - — j r ?p r A ■ L v ■ m- ' , % fc " . i ♦ ' " Her ways are pleasant ways . . . A •♦• •• ' ' " She Is a staff of life to all who grasp her . . . V. X I.- ■ I m m. 91 1 1 1 ' « ' jg . IT A ■ . iJ .; ' .-? • ' - ' ' J V " and those who hold her fast are safe . . . I IV f-MTTy ' .T. r J» ' a 0 « ' " . " .Tf. r TTi -, ' ' J ' -.fT7J5-- ■♦■ • - Xj .-ft ni :.: « •. J-. • vV ,• " • : i • •• ' A ' : ' »Vii " and by understanding he set the heavens In their place . . . I O ' CA TTiT , rK9m yir rn ' ' ' r-.TT7r : " by his knowledge the depths mSSSSt burst forth . . . h ' WV • ' ♦ ' ' •■ - CENTER FOR TUDENT r f. ' . — " and the clouds dropped dew. " Prov. 3:13-20 • .•.. " The first step to wisdom is the fear of the Lord, and the l nowledge of the Holy One is understanding; for through Me your days will be multiplied and years will be added to your life. " (Proverbs 9; 10-11) Thus spoke an ancient sage. And were he to speak today, in 1980, how might he speak of wisdom, of the heart, of the relationship with the Holy One, the Lord? Perhaps this way: " Wisdom is knowing that the truth of life is simply that we are most alive when, in the midst of our tearing around in our busyness trying to do something, we stop once in awhile and just let ourselves be who we are. " Wisdom is when, by unclenching our fists, we let life have a chance to do something with us. Wisdom is when we take the little piece of time that we have in this world and pay attention to what it is telling us; not just what it is telling us about the beauty of a flower or a sunset, but also to what it is telling us about all the wildness and strangeness and pain of things, the tears of things as well as the joy of things. " Wisdom includes our intuition as well as our reason, the wisdom of the flesh as well as the wis dom of the mind. There are dreams to listen to, as well as stereos. Wisdom is knowing that we are really alive when we listen to each other, when the walls between us crumble a little. " Wisdom is knowing that we are really alive when we manage somehow to love: When we love the mystery and beauty that loom vast just beneath the surface, when we look at each other and say, " Grace and peace be with you, sister, brother, friend. " " Happy is the one who has found wisdom. " " The first step to wisdom is the fear of the Lord ... " Robert W. Breuer .Vfil »iil|MiM7f i STUDENT LIFE OPPORTUNITIES FOR LEARNING AND GROWTH I student life at Florida South- ern College allows the stu- dent to pursue those things wh ich she or he as an individ- ual values as important, to set goals and meet the challenge of reaching those goals. Student life is an outlet for creativity, enabling us to learn more about ourselves and others. Those who are afraid to dare, to try out their wings, or fear the possibility of failure are those who deem student life as inadequate to meet their needs. The key to successful student life Is entering into it with on attitude of learning. You ore the student and the exper- ience or challenge is the teacher. Student life is similar to any other class we participate in, yet our life as a student ob- tains more for us than mere credits to add towards gradu- ation. One way or another our lives are shaped by the exper- iences we partake in, and these experiences also pre- pare us for the years that lie ahead outside of college. Student life reveals and teaches that there are many realms to become involved in, but we must pursue them wholeheartedly. As it is in life, a half-hearted effort too of- ten results in wasted time. To realize our individuality we must draw out the creativity which lies within us, putting a handle on that creativity so that we may take hold of it and master it. The control of creativity enables us to dis- cover new interests in life be- cause with it we can create a challenge or goal worthy of striving toward. The things which can be mastered by the individual are only limited by a lack of creativity and " stick-to-it-ivness. " When striving toward a goal, you must desire to reach it with sincere motivation. To accomplish a task based on other people ' s expectations will only cause you to look back to determine your pro- gress instead of looking ahead to the finish line of that goal. When you determine the goal or challenge, you are more in- clined to pursue it with confi- dence. If you have always thought of student life as merely a chance to escape from school and studies, perhaps now you will see that it is actu- ally one of our richest oppor- tunities for learning and growth in our quest for wis- dom. iiiiiw, riu aEKPf " v , u- student life encompasses the total college ex- perience. It is not confined to extra curricular activities alone . . . (S curit •S; V:M ;i ' ' » KS -» ■ --esste ? ««jjgi Discovering our potential as a person both academically and socially gives us a greater insight about ourself and others. We then pave the way for a better understanding of life ... • 5 - k4 ,4 ' ' - ' 9: - - :f i I To embrace the opportunities of life, to learn and then to share our understanding with oth- ers, is to accept the richest challenge of all . . . i IM We should never be afraid to achieve those things we deem as valuable. Rather, we should consider it a step backward to decline the opportunity of learning . . . •♦- - : student life allows us to assert our individual- ity, to make a mark and reach goals that we value as important . . . ■ i C l « . i m ' j. ' .ia ' ' «i r r t r w - . The possibilities of what we can become are virtually limitless. All we need are the tools of development which we obtain from exper- iencing life and all that it has to offer ... ] V %m,i r mmmmmMmmm: i ♦ % » ■» fJU.. . ' 4,% . ♦ ' ,f ■ ' ' ' ' ' Itfid : We must dare to be unique in a world that dictates conformity. Striving to the top of our dreams and making those dreams reality . . . - " ' ' ■ " 4 • -♦- - . In pursuing relationships, we not only learn about others . . . we learn infinitely more about ourselves . . . In the quest for wisdom the daily experience of confronting new ideas and new activities adds to the store of acquired information, and forms the stepping stones towards our goal . . . i. 1 • E B Bl 1 : 1 « 1 ■H :s ' 1 k; ' 1 - ' -••--r. ' " ' ! ( ™ ' ' H nJ| g; iv ' ni Ik ' ' ' ' 1 v H " ' § ' i . ' HkjK- - ' I ■Tl ' ; ' ■ ' -« ' lt,)i,, ' firV student Life is . . . making U ' s and V ' s in ad design . . . recitals in Annie Pfeiffer . . . Fine Arts . . . midnight pizza . . . intramurals . . . Convo . . . interning . . . " Tine Will " . . . sailing trips . . . roller skating . . . MASH . . . basketball . . . checking the mail . . . Greeks . . . dynam- ic, witty, intelligent, adventurous, humble, die-hard independents . . . fellowship . . . crushes . . . loving, sharing, caring . . . grow- ing ... seeking wisdom. --. . • -l -r J - ■ _ - . . V . " .r -- ' ; t.- ' ' -f RESERVE OFFICERS ' TRAINING CORPS ■ ••- ■-- •- ' ' ' -:»- - NOTABLES HE«t. ' yiMf(£ B(£ll B»css- r. ' - ■ j essa WORKING TOWARD EXCELLENCE, ATTAINING INDIVIDUAL SUCCESS There are always those stu- dents who deserve special recognition for their achieve- ments throughout the year. Florida Southern College ' s no- tables are those students who have excelled both academi- cally and in leadership quali- ties. The Interlachen sets aside this section to spotlight these students: our notables. The Miss Interlachen contest is a beauty pageant sponsored by the yearbook, in which pic- tures of the contestants are sent to a celebrity to be judged. The Miss Southern contest is a competition based on both beauty and campus involve- ment. Contestants are nomin- ated by various organizations and are voted on by the stu- dent body. Miss Southern must be a senior with academic and leadership qualities. Each year several students are awarded membership in " Who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Uni- versities. " These students are selected on the basis of aca- demic excellence, campus in- volvement, and leadership qualities. Students chosen for the " Greek Hall of Fame " are rec- ognized for their leadership qualities and contributions to the Greek system. Winners of the talent show, sponsored by the SUB, are chosen by a panel of judges on the basis of talent and poise. Southern has some very talented students, and the competition is always tough. The Honor Walk award is the highest award given by Flor- ida Southern College. Each year the Honor Walk recipient is chosen on the basis of aca- demic record, campus lead- ership, and contribution to the campus community. The winners of these titles and honors are leaders in our col- lege community and deserve to be recognized as such. Their achievements reflect on Florida Southern and are a part of what Southern repre- sents. As President Davis said, " If we had to choose one word to describe our goal it would be excellence. Summed up in this word is our commitment to in- tellectual excellence, phys- ical excellence, moral and spiritual excellence. " The quest for excellence re- quires motivation, the desire to achieve one ' s highest po- tential. It is an individual goal and an individual commit- ment. And commitment and dedication are important words in striving for excel- lence, for without these quali- ties, the goal cannot be reached. To work toward ex- cellence in all areas is admira- ble, and the attainment of in- dividual success is praisewor- thy. 1 k •K ■ " ' ■ ' " « " ' V ' " ' " -r ' " ' " : ' ( With much respect and appreciation for his keen professionalism, the 1980 Interlachen is dedicated to . . . DR. HENRY C. HARTJE, JR.. He lectures intensely and expects his students to ana- lyze, deliberate, and internalize certain mathiematical concepts. With shrewd insight he assists students as they struggle for understanding, then rejoices with them when the answers suddenly " click into place " . This nnan, a dedicated Christian, is down-to-earth. He understands what it means to work hard to attain a goal. Dr. Hortje came to Florida Southern in 1965 from Parkin, Arkansas, where he taught mathematics and served as principal in a high school. Presently the head of the Mathematics Department at FSC, Dr. Hartje is a man who has earned our admiration. We dedicate this book to him with heart- felt thanks. ' For attaining Florida Soutliern College ' s highest achievement in the areas of scholarship, leadership, and contribution to the College Community, Kim Alexander has been chosen 1980 Honor Walk Student. Kim has served as chairman of the JA ' s, Clerk of AWS, Vice President of Phi Chi Theta. and secretary for the Student Affairs Committee. She was selected for Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, and Omicron Delta Kappa. A member of Alpha Chi Omega sorority, Kim was a contestant this year for Miss Southern. She has been a President ' s Scholar, and also served as a Miss Molly for freshmen girls Congratulations to Kim Alexander, 1980 Honor Walk Student. ■ ' ■ ' - J ' ii| MISS INTERLACHEN 1980 SARA STARKS Sara Starks, Florida Southern ' s Miss Interlachen 1980, is a familiar face on campus. A Music Management major, Sara is able to play every instrument in the band plus the piano and organ. Her campus activities include member- ship in Alpha Delta Pi sorority, Sigma Chi little sister, con- cert band, and the Miss Interlachen pageant. • M " » ;• ■ ' . ' • . 4 • »» MISS KAREN STEPHENS SECOND RUNNER-UP r- t Wendy Ingrahm Lee Ann Levitt MISS INTERLACHEN FINALISTS These seven young ladies are the other finalists whose pictures w ere submitted to the judge. We extend sin- cere congratulations to each of them for this achieve- ment. ' l ' Tv •• ■ ' ! Pat Schilling - Vv X m " It. T Karen O ' Dowd Mary Ellen Finn ' •. ■ Janice Boutwell Lynne Davis - :A ' 1 -if i Llii X ' i MISS INTERLACHEN CONTESTANTS ' INTERLACHEN JUDGE 1980: MISS JO ANN PFLUG Actress Jo Ann Pflug was chosen to be this year ' s Miss Interlachen Judge. Jo Ann had the difficult task of selecting Florida Southern ' s Miss Interlachen and two runners-up from the photographs of the ten original finalists. Ms. Pflug is a familiar face to most from her weekly appearances on Candid Camera. She also has been involved in guest appearances and commercials. A great deal of thanks goes to Jo Ann Pflug for her assistance in FSC ' s beauty pageant. k ' : i Kim Alexander Kim Barksdale Sheree Carpenter Carolyn Grey Barbara Grier Gail Griswold Debbie Hool er Wendy Ingrahiam Valerie Ludwig Laurie McCain Maureen Meenan Brenda Snyder Rosa Vidol Llisa Rogers Miss Southern Candidates r ' MISS SOUTHERN 1980 LAURETTE McCAIN HONORARY CHANCELLOR 980 Mrs. Edna Pearce Lockett, Florida Cattle rancher, business and community leader, pioneer woman legislator and politician, Florida Southern College graduate and trustee, is the 46th in a long line of distinguished national and international leaders to serve as the Honorary Chancellor of Florida Southern College. It is with pleasure that we welcome Mrs. Lockett, a distinguished member of one of Florida ' s most distinguished families. SUB TALENT SHOW This year ' s SUB talent show was a show which captured the hearts of both amateurs and professionals. From the many talented individuals were chosen 3 winners. Re- ceiving first place was 1) Mary Watson. Second place went to 2) Martha Hester, and third place 3) went to the combined ta lents of Rick Forrest and Mike Abate. Wf WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. Thirty-two students were selected from among the student body at Florida Southern to appear in the 1979-80 edition of Who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. These stu- dents were chosen based on their academic achievement, service to community, leadership in extracurricular activities and future potential. PICTURED ABOVE First Row; Nancy Konsler, Pamela Badgley. Cindy Montford, Lisa Rogers, Sheree Corpenter. Rhonda Neal, Sheri Howard. Second Row: Kim Alexander, Jeff Jordan, Ingrid Johnson, Don Braswell. Pictured at right is Kristen Schweizer. :. ' i., ' .;4u£imaaiiM«| y| ,|i iSi .; : «i, «; ■ ♦ » ♦ Pictured at left are: Elizabeth Francisco, Dave Elliot, Melissa McMillan, Pictured below First Row: Roberta Browne, Valerie Ludwig, Maureen Meenan, Helen Davis, Elizabeth Shafer, Ellen Clark. Second Row: Dennis Alter, Mark Hanisee, Mike Abate, Phil Bledsoe, Rodney King. Not pic- tured are: David Brewer, Sharon Jones, Lois Wolfe, Robert Dolan, Judith Hutchinson, Richard Longden ' • ' i il GREEK HALL OF FAME 1) Rodney King, Elizabeth Francisco, Helen Davis; 2) Dan Richey, Ingrid Johnson; 3) Dennis Alter, Laurie McCain; 4) Mike Phipps, Ed Wooten. Not pictured: Hugh Hightower, Norman Reece, Christa Johnson, Jim Long, Matt Crackel, David Elliot. ' l -iX y ORGANIZATIONS AN IN-ROAD TO INVOLVEMENT Involvement and participation play an important role in our years at Florida Southern. Extra- curricular activities provide an In- road to such involvement. The types of organizations at South- ern are as diverse as the people who make them up, and some- where, there is a club for every- one (if only as a member of the yearbook staff.) Southern at- tempts to meet the needs and interests of all students by en- couraging a wide variety of or- ganizations. Southern has a number of honor- ary fraternities, which are orga- nized by various departments of the college and many of which have national affiliations. These organizations are established to recognize outstanding students for leadership, service, and aca- demic achievements. They also help to stimulate interest in the different programs and to devel- op sound academic and profes- sional attitudes. There are many student clubs which provide more informally for students with similar interests. Organizations for the performing arts are quite active at Southern. The Vagabonds is the dramatic club, which is open to all students with an Interest in acting or play production. The Vagabonds pro- duce four plays a year, as well as compete in state competition. In the music field, there are several bands and choirs which perform regularly. As a Methodist-related college, Florida Southern encourages par- ticipation in religious activities and supports a number of de- moninationally-sponsored groups. The Student Government Associ- ation represents the student body in matters involving college administration, faculty, and the student body itself. SGA consists of the Student Senate, the Asso- ciation of Women Students, and Men ' s Student Government Asso- ciation, and all full-time students. who serve as voting members of the association. One of the most active organiza- tions on campus is the Student Union Board. The SUB plans, imple- ments, and promotes a wide range of activities for the enter- tainment of the student body. Their activities include skating parties, Friday night movies, can- oeing trips, and coffeehouses. All students are welcome to serve on the SUB. Student publications include The Interlachen and The Southern, and all interested students ore eli- gible to seek staff positions. Participation in extra-curricular organizations adds another di- mension to our years at Florida Southern. It provides an outlet for meeting people, being a part of something, and having fun all at the same time. It is a break from the discipline of academia which takes up so much of our time. It is a chance to do some of the things that you really want to do and to be involved in something to whatever extent you wont to be involved. College organizations are meet- ing places for people who might turn out to be a lot like yourself. You can make some lasting friendships and meet some valu- able acquaintances. Belonging to a club or organiza- tion allows you to work on some- thing you ' re interested in — other than schoolwork — or to learn about something new. And all of it can be a great deal of fun. Those late nights spent working on a project could turn out to be some of your more memorable experiences. Being involved and learning to work with others is a part of our college years. And it is something that will stay with us after gradu- ation. Doing that little something extra — something that has no effect on our GPA — is a part of that wisdom for which we seek. ft ' ] t, Kristen Schweizer. ijna row. juih i wmhci icv Sue Bischoff. Jill NobTit, Richard Retry. Cathy Woerner. Diane Rol INTERLACHEN STAFF John Whitehead. Cindy Walsh. Eric Torrey. Robin O ' Hagan, 3rd row: Diane Dierl . Kelly Nickerson, ' i . msntvmm a if: THE SOUTHERN STAFF WRITERS 1st row: Kelly Merwin, Robin O ' Hogan, Kim Brawn. Laura Wilder, 2nd row: Rich Rassmonn, Eddie Sue Pou. Diane Robinson, Cindy Walsh, Pam Loesche. David Rogers, Donna Owens, Beth Cohen, Valerie Hill, Angela Mathis, Cindy Hardin, Janet Sawyer, Kandy Hart 1 . . ; ' H ' 1 r ' ■ r ' ' -y: JUDICIAL BOARD Melinda Webster, Gayle White, Steve Wrigtit, Trudy Bell, Chuck Vilushis, Pete Holman, Jeff Larson. Don Jones, Jeff Lamb V1H 1 .-:.- STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION Ist row: Dave Elliot, Mark Hanisee, Whit Mcl- saac, Pete Rowan, Dove Liddle John White- head, Margie Reece, 2nd row: Doug Howe, Joe Ferrucci, Wendy Ingram, Valerie Hock- graver, Nadyne Hernquist, 3rd row: Dale Hightower, Bob Dolan SGA EXECUTIVE BOARD Mark Hanisee — SGA Treasurer, Dale Hight- ower — SGA President, Bob Dolan — SGA Vice President " : ; . : . f , ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN STUDENTS (A.W.S.) First Row Kim Alexander Rhonda Neai, Mary Bednar. Kathleen Malloy, Vol Hockgraver. Mary Jenkins, Nodyne Hernquist, Adriano Evans Rhebel Ambrose Ginny Crooks, Pat McDermatt, Ellen Jordan, Tracy Montgomery. Susan Snoles, Second Row: Don Drummond, Kathy Good, Liz McMahon, Karen Gregory Debra George, Leanne Levett, Marjorie Reece,-Jill Noblit, Amy Dubois, Eleanor Couper, Vicki Anderson, Laura Tolle, STUDENT UNION BOARD (S.U.B.) standing Laura Williams, John Whitehead, Doug Howe, Pepper Perkins, Melinda Blair, Sitting: Misty Nichols, Kothryn Hedgcock, Nancy Konsler, Sheri Howard, Dori Drummond, Cindy Louer, Nan Howe, Kelly Nickerson. Rhonda Neal. Not Pictured: Carolyn Gray, Bill Fusselle, Alison Parks. PANHELLENIC COUNCIL INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL First Row: Dan Richey, Craig Gates, Matt Crackel, Rodney King. Mike Ptiipps, Rich Hamilton. Dc Ricti McLever, Lorry Vignola, Mike Abate. Brian Mollet, Lee Clennmer. Mark Hanisee, Scott Kilgort Higtitower --■ ' ■-:•■■■» ' ; !£ rLJ-J: z 2iSiiii i: ' 3S . RESIDENT ADVISORS standing: Warren Butler, Bob Leitner. Banks Corl. Tim Kennedy, Don Braswell, Ptiii Bledsoe, Kneeling: Chip Geary, Todd Thomas, Rodney King, Steve Wright, JUNIOR ADVISORS Back Row: Rhonda Neal, Rosalie Rob- ins, Kathy Woodford, Sheri Howord, Liz Schaffer, Lucy Downey, Second Row: Janet Tobin, Nancy Konsler, Kim Alex- ander, Kelly Merwin, Debra George, Debbie Frick, Pam Badgely, Third Row: Liz Francisco, Audrey Knight, Lois Mont- gomery, WOMEN ' S INTRAMURAL BOARD First Row; Brenda Clark, Jackie Mullikin, Gaie Strain. Second Row; Kathy Alter. Kim Page, Suzanne Hardy, Cindy Layman. Ttiird Row; Mrs. Honnie, Lexanne Manger, Mrs. Straw. Missing; Tamaro Timms, Tami McGlnty, Mary Ellyn Finn. MEN ' S INTRAMURAL BOARD First Row: Matt Crackel, Ed Wooton, Bob Cramer, Frank Whipple, Jim Hillard. Second Row; Ward Stephans, Craig Bollinger, Wayne Talamonti, Dave Hickman, Craig Hervey, Pete Block, Chuck Crandell. jtmmmim ' , tw itin K. . ' ffxvp mTiV ' fTF ' fi ' ' S , r • • • tim4-hAiaiR ' ' f: P CONCERT BAND First Row: Cana Schmidt, Blanche-Marie Fisackerly, Lynn Acker, Holly Grader, Second Row: Lois Wolfe, Donna Greener, Mary Anne Rhymer, Darrell Joachim, John Willey, Billy Moss, Daryl Meyer, Sherrie Boyd, Jeanine Eckel, Koran Ring, Third Row: Mary O ' Geory, Lydia Bonton, Tami Bowring, Tim Dix, Dona Wade, Cheryl Neff, Jeff Jordan, Craig Clendinen, Anne Hubbard, Tami Mayes, Ingrid Johnson, Sarah Storks, Tom Argersinger, Fourth Row: Gregg Bantz, Jerry Jordan, Susan Hendrick, James Tew, Suzanne Elbon, Mike Zdanowicz, James Lowery, Robert Gregory, Todd Schmidt, Kothy Ford, Jay Moore, Tony Miller, Standing: Jack Stewart, Cindy Chapman, Bobby Schwab, Steve Rogers, Scott Keller, Kim Head, Pepper Puckett, Lynn Ricks, Mr, James Slutz — Director, DIXIELAND BAND Bock Row: Lois Wolfe, Donna Greener, Dove Perry, Jerry Jordan, Steve Rogers, Tom Argersinger, Pepper Puckett, Lynn Ricks, Front Row: Tony Miller, Todd Schmidt. ♦ -♦rJ . The Florida Southern College Concert Bond was reor- ganized in 1969, under the direction of James F. Slutz. Since that time, the Band has continued to grow in both numbers and musical stature. The Band enjoys a very active schedule throughout the year, presenting four programs in connection with the Festival of Fine Arts series on the campus, touring a portion of the state of Florida in February, and presenting concerts for other special occasions both on and off campus. The Band has grown into the largest student organiza- tion on campus and has earned statewide recognition for excellence. The Florida Southern College Dixieland Band was first formed in the fall of 1970, a breakaway group from the college Concert Band, This musical organization performs jazz music in the Dixieland tradi- tion. The Band regularly performs on tour with the Con- cert Band, and presents numerous concerts both on and off campus throughout the year. U] ■♦■♦. ■ CHORALE First Row: Misty Nichols, Weldon Parsons, Andrea Walker, Wanda Hough, John Watkins, Paula Farina, James Lowery, Keri Kelsey, Dr. Bennett Penn, Anne Lanning, Ed Finch, Cindy Chapman, Phil Young. Second Row: Todd Douglas, Janet Edwards, Pepper Puckett, Bridgette Loesche, Tim Dix, Jams Hogue Third Row: Ken Menzies, Mary O ' Geary, Ray McLellan, Debbie Feller, Mike Lewis, Debbie Adams, Titia deVoogt, Janice Weishaupt, Jim Jordan, Kathy Crenshaw, John Gill, Trudy Hildebrand, David King, Blanche-Marie Fisackerly, Ann Podesta, Mary Anne Rhymer. Fourth Row: Ross McVicker, Kimberly Head, Jeff Jordan, Faith Gibson, Daniel Hermony, Kathy Deatherage, Emory Welch. John Matthews CHAPEL CHOIR First Row: Debbie Adams, Adele Oare, John Anderson (director), Kristia Berry, Wel- don Parsons. Second Row: Anita Vailonis, Doreen Law- rence, Marie Hannah, Kelly Nickerson, Ray McLellan BELL CHOIR First Row: Carl Anderson, Julie Taylor, Gregg Bantz. Second Row: Shiela Dyer, Laura-Grace Fisacl erly, Kim- berly Head, John Whitehead, Third Row: Anne Cross. Nancy White, Beth Brisbon, Anita Vailonis Fourth Row: Lucy Huston, Jamie Sowers, Lydia Banton, Ginger Garber, SOUTHERN SINGERS First Row: Jerry Jordan, Ed Finch, Pepper Puckett, Sec- ond Row: Karen Parham, Anne Lonning, Bob Selman, Banks Corl, Mary Watson, Faith Gibson, Ingrid Johnson, Cindra Farley, Debra Milby, Third Row: Tony Miller, Mark Howard, Tom Argersinger, PHI MU ALPHA SINFONIA (MUSIC HONORARY) ist Clendinen, Todd Schmidt. 2nd row Edwards, Scott Keller, Lynn Ricks Daniel Hermany, Billy Moss, Dr Penn, John Gill row: Pepper Puckett, Jeff Jordan, Mike Zdanowicz, Tony Miller, Tom Argersinger, Craig Jerry Jordan, Janet Edwards, Jay McLellen, Tim Dix, Dallas DELTA OMICRON (MUSIC HONORARY) 1st row: Lydia Banton, Mary O ' Geary, De- bra Rose Milby, Cana Schmidt. 2nd row: Kathy Deatherage, Ingrid Johnson, Jeff Jordan, Janet Edwards, Cindy Chapman, Missing: Susan Hendrick r f ALPHA rbl OMbC:7A ( L)I AMA HONQJIxAKYy aockwlse Rick Forrest, Martha Hester, Mark Henry, Jona- than Cohill, Mr, Wooton, Andrew Taylor, Dave Brewer, Robert Reed, Sharon Jones, Leslie Thomas, Paul Broadhead, Marilyn Whitehead, Peter Palmer. SIGMA DELTA CHI (JOURNALISM HONORARY) 1st Row: Mary Creegan, Debi Brannon, Jill Noblit, Laura Wilder, Lynn Tutan, Patte Rogers. 2nd Row: Donald Dwiggins, Hugh Tolle, John Conway, John Matthews, Brand Whitlock, Standing: Mr. Parsons, Cindy Walsh, Cindy Hardin, Kristin Schweizer, Robin G ' Hagan, Gail Acebes, Sheree Carpenter, Barbara Ward, Rhonda Neal, Lisa Dismuke, Nancy demons, Gail Griswold, Kelly Merwin, Lisa Conser, Patricia Mitchell, Kathleen Malloy, Kathleen McNeil, Patti Wixted, Dr. Counts. I ■ ■ H : . " V " W V ' ■ l KH 11 L is BP ilflW m fli W| i-R lypP la ■lL-i i z:. VAGABONDS First Row; Trocie Lathem. Susan Yancy, Cheryl Parker, Jonathan Cohill. Cindy Hardin, Mike Lewis, Nancy Anderson. Nina Forrester, Bill Arnold, Cindy Upham, Andrew Taylor, Cindy Verssen. Second Row: Steve Bas- kerville Karen Parham, Brooke Bryington. Third Row: Liz Kenney. Cindra Farley. Nancy Williams. Valerie Ludwig. Leslie Thomas. Martha Hester. Janet Miles. Richard Forrest. Fourth Row: Paul Broadhead, Marilyn White- head Keri Kelsey, Bill Cupp, Robert Reed. Alicia Dyes, Mark Henry. Peter Palmer. Sharon Jones. Dave Brewer. Bill Phillips MOCETTES Back Row: Donna Mattie, JoAnn Conn, Don- na St. Germain, Myina Bree, Susan Derr. Front Row: Mary Deischel. Debbie Joseph, Kettiy Good, Mauclin McGonn, Kim Barkodale. STUDENTS WITH A PURPOSE (S.W.A.P.) Back Row: Bonks Corl, Sue Anderson, Pom Strotos, Bill Bucker, Jackie Mullikln, Keith Counsel, Keith Furman, Kelly Merwin, Jamie Eaton, Pat Peaster, Peter Langendorff. Second Row: Bill Cupp, Cindy Ewbanks, Joe Hoelter, Mary Deiffenwierth, Sheri Howard, Gary Handley, Karen Schuetz, Elain Lucier, Jill Morton, Lynn Garrison, June Landers. Third Row: Janet Tobin, Briggette Robinson, Cindy Deitrich, Lori Austin, Karen Parham, Carol Koger, Lucy Downey, Mary Bednar, Carolyn Schmitz. Fourth Row: Elizabeth Ward, Jessica Bauer, Debbie Barker, Karen Loyer, Lar ry Hawks, Cindy Guy. FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETES (FCA) First Row: Jose Ortiz, Marte Burl e, Kathy Good, Dot Hunt, Charlene Keiter. Second Row: Randy Pickering, Dave Elliot, Jack Conway, Chaplain Breuer, Brad Ciuxton, John Clark. tfii • » « ! f SIGMA RHO EPSILON (CHRISTIAN SERVICE) Back Row: Nina Forrester, Cindy Ewbanks, Anno Cross, Biil Cupp, John Whitehead, Chaplain Breuer, Carl Anderson, Laura Grace Fisackerly, Lois Wole, Second f ow: Sheila Dyer, Debbie Barker, Susan Flight, Ann Marie Kemp, June Landis, Jan Miles. Front Row: Kristen Schweizer, Susan Wolfe, Nancy Anderson, Brigette Robinson, Adele Care, Debbie Adams, Blanche-Marie Fisackerly, Lydia Banton, WESLEY FELLOWSHIP Back Row: Bill Cupp, Cindy Ewbank, Jan Miles, Sheila Dyer, Nina Forrester, Chaplain Breuer, June Landis, Blanche-Marie Fisackerly, Bobbie Browne, Lois Wolfe, Front Row: Carl Anderson, Laura-Grace Fisackerly, Nancy Anderson, Debbie Adams, John Whitehead PRE-MINISTERIAL First Row: Pete Cottrell, Jim Lake, Nancy Anderson, Bill Ferguson, Lois Wolfe, Second Row: Phil Ciminello, Bobbie Browne, David Heitzenrater, Billy Arnold, Chaplain Breuer, Dean Whittaker, Phil Young v.; " - n « ' Lj ] ■ ' V r - PI GAMMA MU (SOCIAL SCIENCE HONORARY) John Santosuosso, Larry Durrence, Gates, Rand Sutherland, Julie Honlon, Hunt KAPPA MU EPSILON (MATH HONORARY) ;nce Lebo, Diane VVilley, Mr. Daniel Correira, Deborah Hooker 2nd row: Donna Via, Dr. H •dson. Dr. John Tompkins, Koran Ring 3rd row Cindy Ewbonk. Mono Amundsen, Vale 3. Steve Zehntner, Georgia Mason. Valerie Hockgraver, Suzanne Hardy Henry Hortje, alerie Ludwig, A J- ft- r ' ' M il»« .i ' ' i.- - ..Vu t " OMICRON DELTA KAPPA (LEADERSHIP HONORARY) student Members: Kim Alexander. Tom Argersinger, Michael Abate. Dennis Alter, Pamela Badgley, Robert Bledsoe, Dave Brewer, Roberta Browne, Ellen Clark, Elizabetti Francisco, Debbie Frick, Jolynn Goldsmith, Gail Griswold, Mark Hainsee, Donald Hays, Sheri Howard, Judy Hutchinson, Ingrid Johnson, Sharon Jones, Jeff Jordan, Rodney King. James Long, Richard Longden. Vol Ludwig, Chris Marine, Laurie McCain, Melissa McMillan, Maureen Meenan, Cindy Montford, Rhonda Neal. George Price. John Quigley, Kathy Rothwell, Kristen Schweizer, Chris Tabler, Fred Vigue. Faculty Members: Chancellor Thrift, Mr. Readdick, Mr. Waters, Dr. Burnette, Mr. Wooton, Mr. Willis, Mr. Szabo, Mr. Smeltzly. Mr. MacDonold. Dr. Durrence. Dr. Hartje. Mr. Fischer, Dr. Cook, Dr. Gilbert, Mrs, Hannie, President Davis, Dean Mobberley, Dean Moron, Dr. Ivey, Mr. Hulcher, Honorary Member: Walter Cronkite. THETA CHI BETA (RELIGION HONORARY) 1st row; Bobbie Browne, Melissa McMillan, Mrs. Proden. Lydia Banton, Lois Wolfe. 2nd row: Phil Ciminello, David Heitzenrater, Waite Willis, Dr John Cook, Chaplain Bob Breuer, Dr. Weaver ' t..- rAi ' it ' • " ; • ' , ., ; BETA BETA BETA (BIOLOGY HONORARY) First Row; Renatta Cochran, Susan Mashke, Judy Thomas, Pat Huckery, Rosalie Robbins, Maria Martinez, Wendy Talamonti, Valerie Hockgraver, Lucille Downey. Second Row: Micheal Abate, Joe Halter, Jerry Jensen, Denny Alter, Kim Barksdole, Aileen Adomson, Karen DuBois, Valerie Ludwig. Not Pictured: Connie Nickerson, Doug Anderson. Debooh Fowler, Kathy Holwell, Sue Kirkwood, Sandy McPike, Joe Owens, Susan Snell, Karia Stetter, Dr. Tripp (Advisor) PSI CHI (PSYCHOLOGY HONORARY) First Row: Sheri Howard, Valerie Hartzog. Liz Francisco. Gwen Kellman. Sandy Stephens, Rose Vidal, Sandy Fosmire, Susan Wolfe. Second Row: Jessica Bauer, Lisa Gore, Laura Cotton, Dr. Ivey, Lori Austin, Donna Carr, Jan Jenkins, Mary Primm, Toby Cunz. Third Row. Rick Burnette, Jim Davis, Benny Allrad, David Broome, Johnny Quigley, Joe Halter, Renea Miles, Stan MacNeill, Dr. Mugg ■V i .3S ' . „ % - " ■ ' ■ ■: i. : i N; AMERICAN CHEMISTRY SOCIETY Ist row: Jerry Bulen, Susan Flight. Debbie Barker, Cindy Dietrich, Titia deVoogt, 2nd row: Wayne Talamonti, Chris Rapp, Kristia Berry. 3rd row: James Smith, Jeff Leonard, Dan Holili, Frank Halili. 4th row: Dr. Agre, Dr. Willard, Dr. Dinsnnore, Danny Alter CITRUS CLUB 1st row: Kevin Sullivan, John S, Rogers, Keith Furman, Jeffrey Futch, Theodore Geltz, Roy Petteway, Wendy Talannonti, Phillip Brocklesby. Thomas Adams, John Crum, Cathy Gray, John Cusson. 2nd row: Professor Thomas Mack, Margaret Maiese, Bobby Vilushis. Vernon Hollings worth, Michael Carter, Randy Sexton, David Robinson, Tracy Montgomery, John Gilmore, Gary Sawyer, Richard Turner, Michael Fletcher, Thomas Propst, Gayla Powers, John Mapel, Lisa Young, Peter Thompson, Ed Duppenthaler, John McGinn, Susan Snell, Kathy Abercrombie, Faye Rogers, Keith Holtsclaw, Peter Holmes, William Wells, Gary Weiterman W T FLORIDA NURSERY GROWER ' S ASSOCIATION 1st row: Sue Herdman, Tracy Montgomery, Goylo Powers, Susan Snell, Faye Rogers, Nancy Abel, Jeff Futch, Professor Mack. 2nd row: Chuck Vilushis, Wedy Talamonti, Ted Geltz, Kathy Abercrombie, Keith Holtsclaw, Edward Duppenthaler, Keith Furman, Mike Fletcher, John Crum, Roy Petteway SAILING CLUB 1st Row: Elaine Hall, Sheri Howard, Suzanne Elbon, Jim Kazanecki, Kelly Nickerson. 2nd Row: Diana Fowler, Phil Kniskern, Janet Sawyer, Tim Maas, Jo Ann Irwin, Cindy Ewbank ilSf m ., W vr W - STUDENT COUNCIL FOR EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN 1st Row: Debbie Dietzen, Sheila Dyer, Dee Bryan, Catliy Gunter, Pam Warner. 2nd r?ow: Melinda Webster, Sandra Hoit, Debbie Adams, Suzanne Goulet, Mrs. Pitt, Mary Jane Metierg, Brigette Robinson. KAPPA DELTA PI (EDUCATION HONORARY) y 1st row: Laura Hale, Judy Hutchinson, Mary Beth Curran, Kristi Venderlic, Dee Bryan, Jolyn Parrott, Joy Wotkins, Dr. Calway, Susan Cotes, Dr. Ebert. 2nd row: Doris Wood, Helen Mcintosh, Briggette Robinson, Alison Jakes, Janda Bosemore, Agnes Johnson, Carolyn Kirkland, Rhonda Relchel, Julie Hanlon. IKSHMi mOiPli HKfiW I § v ?V ks HOUSEMOTHERS 1st row: Susan Westerfield. Inez Phillips, Barbera Bryan, Bernadette Parl s, Pauline Brown, Irene Bond. 2nd row: Marian Pope, Lucy Huggins, Margaret Brotherton, Edwina House, June Liesman, Helen McAllen. 3rd row: Evelyn Glass, Marie Mericle, Myrtis Denman . ;,.? S rr;; SIGMA DELTA PI (SPANISH HONORARY) 1st row: Dr. Martinez, Linda Turner, Janet Freckelton, Adele Converse, Elizabeth Fraser, Tessa Steendyk, Dorl Drummond, Debbie Adorns. 2nd row: Rosa Vidol, Beth Carter, Edward Bebb, Dr. Colonge, Murray Gloss, SPANISH SOCIETY 1st row: Dr. Martinez, Rosa VIdal, Anne Heller, Barbara McCorkle. Renee Turbeville, Wendy Bolln, Janet Pravden, Tessa Steendyk, Dori Drummond, Debbie Adams, 2nd row: Beth Carter, Edward Bebb, Elizabeth Eraser, Dr. Colonge. Murray Gloss. FRENCH CLUB First Row: Karin O ' Dowd, Elaine Foret, Alison Hoinsfurther, Adriana Evans, Tami Mayes, Karen Shusterman. Second Row: Linda Stuhldreher, Laurie Nelson, Karen Krause, Bruce Ferguson, Gerda von Poleske. Ian Lindsey. GERMAN CLUB First Row: Misty Nichols, Cynthia Mollis, Beth Brisbin, Susan Fosmaire, Harlindis Hutt, Lydia Banton, Laura Jo Ellsworth, Beth Brisbin, Lori Nielson, Kristio Berry. Second Row: Clayton Hollis, Jennifer Smith, Kathy Deathrage, Mrs. Von Poleske, Kathy Good, David King, Titio de Voogt, George Bantz. fjs: xr ' i [AK9f-K-iTT ir.f2ia:a GREEKS SEEKING THE HEIGHTS WITH OTHERS The Greek life at Florida Southern College is a full and active one. There is nearly al- ways one Greek activity or another taking place, wheth- er it ' s a Monday night chapter meeting, a car wash, or a Spring weekend at the beach. With eleven national fraternities and six national so- rorities on campus, Greeks make up a great portion of our student body. Fraternities and sororities are social orga- nizations designed to enrich the student ' s life beyond aca- demics. They are based on rit- ual, loyalty, and brotherhood. The Greek system is one of unity. It allows students to strive for common ideals, to reach out and work together to attain those ideals. Mem- bers grow not only as seper- ate persons but also as a group. Philanthropies and community services provide a common interest and serve as unifying forces for both the in- dividual organizations and Greeks as a whole. Big joint successes this year were the Alpha Chi — Theta Chi Dance-A-Thon, ADPi — Pi Kapp Haunted House, and ADPi — SAE Greek Sing. Fund raisers, parties, intramurals: all are based on togetherness and teamwork. There ' s a special closeness that grows from this unity. The relationships shared between pledge trainers and pledge classes, big sisters and little sis- ters, and big brothers and little brothers are like no other rela- tionships. Through pledgeship. road trips, pranks, and finally initiation, members form a strong bond of friendship, of brotherhood. This closeness does not ex- clude individuality, for within this framework, members can strive for personal goals and celebrate individual achieve- ments. The fraternity or soror- ity provides a foundation from which its members con build and a base to which they can always return. Perhaps primarily within the Greek system there is continu- ity. From one pledge class to the next, ideals, creeds, rit- uals, and friendships are passed along, and a sense of community fosters and flour- ishes. There is permanence, a lifetime, in this unity. Every January, many fresh- men consider whether or not they want to be a part of the Greek life at FSC. It is their first opportunity to go through Rush, and many have anxious- ly awaited the day when they would wear Greek letters. Re- gardless, Rush is a time to meet people, and the days of Rush can turn into a whirlwind of parties, names, and faces. The excitement builds with each new invitation to a par- ty, until it culminates in the tears, smiles, and laughter of Bid Day. Therein lies a new beginning. Joining the Greek life is a path you might take in your search for wisdom, making it less of a solitary search. Becoming a member of a fraternal order allows you to seek the heights with others and through oth- ers. It sheds a different light before you and costs a differ- ent glow on your quest for knowledge, truth, and wis- dom. ALPHA DELTA PI 1st Row — Lisa Rogers, Kathy McNeil, Trudy Bali, Beth Menzies. Kandy Hort, Tamara Timms, Vicky Hall, Coleen Brander, Sora Storks, Kottiy Hocke, Cindy Montford, Karen Murray, Patty Oleory, 2nd Row — Marte Burke, Pom Taylor, Patti Cruise, Susan Welch, Vol Hartzog, Penny Rogers, Cindy Gibbs, Lisa Conser, Ellen Jordan. 3rd Row — Karen Schockelford, Lisa Gore, Lynda Garver, Mary Ann Hall, Donna Parkman, Juli Johnson, Linda Cochran. Gail Reitinger, Heidi Adkisson, Diane Robinson. 4th Row — Ellen Edwards, Amy Ferdinandsen, Sondi Caldwell, Sandy Estep, Kim Farmer, Robin Dempsey, Robin Devine, Rondi Harris, Temple Thomas, Alpha Delta Pi is ... the oldest and the best . . . lions and violets ... Tri Kappa . . . WANG . . . Sweetheart Dan ... 1st and 2nd runner-up to Miss Interlachen . . . backgamnnon . . . Penny Pike . . . ADPi-Pi Kapp Haunt- ed House . . . ODK, Who ' s Who, SGA, Judicial Board, AWS . . . roil sings . . . great alums . . . ADPi — Sigma Chi walk-a-thon . . . pies? . . . whip cream . . . Greek Sing . . . Sweetheart of Sigma Chi ... " Singing in the rain " ... M M gang . . . Mom Phillips . . . tennis team . . . baracuda . . . Sigma Chi derby queen . . . Jimbos . . . " That ' s you " . . . pearls ... 3 cheerleaders . . . " Mr. Bill " ... AD Babies . . . great pledges . . . Magoo . . . Masquerade? . . . We live for each other ... Be there, aloha. ALPHA OMICRON PI (m idM..,., xffn 1st Row — Karri Mann, Kathy Holweli, Betsy Heidenberger, Leslie Thomas, Wanda Perea, Pat Schilling, Shelley Overholt, Gina Divinere, Beth Grimner, Ana Iran, Lynn Tutan, Patti Rogers, Janet Feagle, Wendy Talamonti, Nancy Arcand. 2nd Row — Christi Holzer, Karen Grant, Amy Quist, Joy Watkins, Nancy Williams, Carol Wormwood, Chris Rapp, Dawn Miller, Jan Whitehill, Susie Hamlin, Debbie Bauer, Lisa Pannazzo, Jeanne Strukel, Tami McGinty. 3rd Row — Gin Grey, Tessa Steendyk, Robin Engle, Linda Baas, Elaine Grier, Shah Adams, Sandy Scoville, Karen Withers. Suzanne Mattox, Becky Winkler, Sanna Sellars ■lb AOn is . . . funny as heaven . . . best pledge class . . . you know ... we own it . . . H at K . . . the beacon . . . BFD . . . midnight swim next door . . . B-Bolls and Roseballs . . . weekends were made for AOn ' s, . . . FSC . . . yucko- rap up . . . houseguests . . . roses and thorns . . , dump truck . . . senior dereliction . . . Psi Chi Omega . . . scoobs , . . Who ' s hungry? . . . FMD ... off the wall . . . Dave . . . FNCC. president, secretary and staff . . . Mikey . . . Sponge . . . Shell-Bell . . . Suefrair . . . Worm . . . Sister Crack . . . Q . . . Winky . . . Water- woman . . . Saunas . . . G-ville bound . . . wicked . . . crickets . . . condelights . . . loving cup . . . monbacks . . . get em down . . . Rose . . . Mystery Award . . . Wild Woman . . . dealage . . . sweethearts John Bob . . . friendship . . . laughter . . . love to be shared. ALPHA CHI OMEGA nui 1st row — Debbie Frick, Pam Warner, Audrey Knight, Jennifer Rickett, Terrie Eldridge, JoAnn DaCosta, Elizabeth McMahon, Dorina Perrone, Karen Stephens, Ginny Rosevear, Renatta Cochran, Lisa Fitzmaurice, Meg Mall, Mary Gunter, Kelly Merwin, Debbie Dietzen, Becky Nichols, Maria Oliver, Laura Wilder. 2nd row — Mary Ellen Finn, Barb Israel, Juli Johnson, Sylvia Penty, Lori Johnson, Jill McCabe, Wendy Ingram, Pat Huckery, Nancy Creech, Pat Fisher, Kelly Waters, Keri Kelsey, Pam Bodgley, Alpha Chi Omega is . . . First and Last . . . Super Sweet- ie Steve . . . Four J.A.s ... my sorority has a first riame . . . social awareness . . . Who ' s Who . . . We love intromurals ... Chi Guys . . . FMD forever!! . . . point of order . . . ODK . . . Dance-A-Thon . . . Heart Break Ho- tel ... ballroom ballet . . . wedding bells ... AX klutz . . . PIKA sweetheart Meg . . . tacky tourists . . . Honor Walk student . . . ATL . . . rail sings . . . space mountain . . . PIKA, SAE, Pi Kap. TKE, Theta Chi, Phi Sig, Sigma Chi little sisters . . . bloopers . . . Interlachen finalists . . . Points! . . . Renatta ' s poem . . . goobers . . . carnations . . . major scopage . . . Liberace Room Action . . . We ' ve got love! I ZETA TAU ALPHA 1st Row — Darlene Layton, Cheryl Carty, Julie Pfaendra, Suzanne Hardy, Mary Ellen Mazzanti, Cindy McAuley, Verci Mazzanti, Barb Brantley, Stacy Sherman, Laura Lou Tolle, Carol Walker, Marti Hill, Beth Carter, Sally Begley. 2nd Row — Ellen Clark, Teri Koonty, Lori Cousino, Linda Cleary, Sarah Jane Lupfer, Joy Pettry. 3rd Row — Donna Langston, Tere Huey, Laura Johnson, Lois Montgomery, Janet Whetzel, Gale Strain, LaNlta Sharpe, Dee Bryan, Christa Johnson, Nancy Beth Rucks, Liz Francisco, Jamie Bradshaw, Kathy Henry, Laura Williams, Mo Meenan, Liz Shafer, Mary Roberts, Denise Stroud Not pictured — Amy Dubois, Karen Compton, Linda Meenan, Susie Hall, Karen Porter, Debbie Johnson, Mary Beth Federico, Denise Sanscrainte, Jean Vollman, Kathy Gluth. : . V Zeta Tau Alpha . . . Woosh . . . Co-jo-ew . . . Whadda Baronie . . . D.O.T. . . . Jersey Action ... 8 Fall Pledges . . . Moby Dick . . . Scoobies . . . CandlelightsI 4 en- gagements . . . ZA chowing Spacey . . . White Violet . . . Sweethearts and Big Brothers Ter-Bear . . . Mums . . . Undefeated . . . " Fine " . . . " Sweets " . . . K.O.F. . . . J. L. — Brownies . . . Ronies and Shrooms . . . Space Cadettes . . . DonutsI! ... A doo poo poo ... 3 ZTA JA ' s Weasel . . . Where are the pledges? . . . Steve . Zeta is forever THETA CHI standing — Willie Merchant, Edward Alfonso Greco, Bob Maleeny, Rick McEver, Dan I?ichey. Sitting on wall — George Weekley, Mike Piatnik, Randy Pack, Pete Ruffner, Tom Waddell, Leo Bessette. Tom Moriarty, Glen Lefeber, Jerry Vanderstyne. Sitting on ground — Dave Liddle, Chip Clark, Chuck Crandell, Tracy Reiff, Tim Malcheff, Fred Miller. pi. ( • 3 Kneeling —Katie McNeil, Jill Tutan, Jeanne Sturkel. Leslie Thomas, Sandy Estep, Mary Ann Hall, Kothy Holwell, Gin Grey, Amy Quist, Llisa Rogers. Sitting — Heidi Adkisson, Karen Grant, Ellen Edwards, Kerry Krajicek, Carolyn Knute, Daryl Meyer, Cindy Frick, Robin Engle. Lisa Fitzmaurice. 3111 " isf -li Theta Chi is Building 12 " We Shall Return " ... The Wall Dance a then . . . Trinity West: Temporary . Theta Chi House . . . They Ain ' t gonna beat us . Ringo . . . Ralph . . . 4ball . . . Binbe . . . Reggie thers . The Shiepenbergs . . . Miz Aninnal . . . Chubby legs Freddie Future . . . Cuddles . . . Bonair . . . turtle . snuggy . . . crash . . . Rip . . . Spaceman . . . Guido . Puppy Pen . . . Ale . . . Alumni Softball Game . . . Still 10 countries ... Da Ghetto . . . The Cave . . . Enrico Felin- ies inventions . . . B.A.C.C. . . . Born to Run . . . Copen- hagen . . . Good Stuff . . . U.P.P.C. . . . Ocean manor Grief County tour . . . Come on Mama . . . Tarcy goes to Key West . . . " We ' re Flexible " . . . Double Secret Prosation . . . " Get out of here " . . . F.N.C.C. . . . International Sv eetheart . . . Deecent Willie goes to R.I ... Baddass . . . Ding . . . Drop pledges These things just happen . . . Jimmy Byrnes ... 24 hr. Surveil- lance . . . some things never change . . . Maintain . . F.O. Nevj Image: v hat a joke . . . Blues Brothers . . . Great Lil Sisters ... To Jackie ... in Sv itzerland our sweetheart forever . . . KAPPA ALPHA standing — Bryant Joyner, Bennie Allred, Phil Hortsfield, Jeff Futch, Murray Glass, Leslie Fergusen, Scott Kilgore, Roy Petteway. Ralpti Ciper, Bobby Smitti. Greg Bollinger, Jeff Lamb, Dave Robinson, Jim Davis, Keith Gray, Kneeling — Paul Mllewski. Bill Steele, Randy Settle, Jan Johnston, Steve Sviontek, Don Martin, Jay Williams, Dirk Hardison rrrti ♦ -% ' -4 H • I ' ' On .»HiSi V mmmW i standing — Melinda Shipley, Jean McCallum, Anna Myrick, Lisa Galasso, Tina Shroyer. Kim Poinsett, Cindy Layman, Kathy Zobel, Valerie Rogers, Susan Fosmire, Denise Stroud, Debbie Hooker, Kathy Morton. 2nd row sitting — Barbara Strickland, Suzanne Saffron, Beth Carter, Linda Brooks, Carolyn Gray, Laurie Barnes, Kim Blackburn, tst row sitting — Susie Hall, Sharon Sargent, Leslie Ferguson, Cindy Wagner, Housemother Helen McCallum, not pictured — Sharon Alward. KA is . . . Number 1 in volieyball . . . Our l ose Leslie . . . Lee and chivalry . . . Mom McAllen . . . Pledge Crickets winning a football game . . . Rebels . . . more ardy dars ... die bugs . . . Scotty ' s annual Lavalier award McMurray . . . Tlieta-rEP parties . . . Wauchula Woods . . . Too many pollocks . . . General Dunlop, Carl going bald . . . The walking wounded . . . M.D. Poster child . . . Good little sisters . . . Dieu et Les Dames. KAPPA DELTA 1st Row Sitting — Alison Jakes, Debbie George, Carol Koger, Ingrid Johnson, Cathy Christos, Gayle White, Lynne Davis, Cindy Dietrich, 2nd Row Sitting — Laurie Barnes, Marilyn Butt, Laura Massimilla, Helen Miller, Susan Hendricks, Monika Katzenberger, Susan Longden, 1st Row Standing — Karen Gregory, Jacki Mullikin, Jolyn Parrott, Valerie Wroten, Susanne Saffron, Luanza Black, Mary Lou Celono, Barb Etheredge, Mary Jane Meherg, Sheryl Keyes, Sharon Granholm, Janet Henderson, Deanna Boone, Lori Austin, Jill Morton, Mary Carlin, Barbara Strickland, 2nd Row Standing — Karen Parhann, Jessica Wilson, Joy Rattnnan, Debi Barker, Susie Grimes, Denise Block, Linda Cassels, Tommy Robinson, Charlotte Melhorn, Sweetheart Keith Johns, Anne Jackson, Lauri McCain, Betsy Graff, Janet Tobin, Lucy Downey, Cindro Farley, Beth Worthington, Laynie Fulton, Patty Wixted Kappa Delta is ... Ho He ' s . . . DiHos . . . KD Goobers . . . Married Women . , . KJ ' s Angels . . . White Rose Formal . . . Bing, Laurette, A.J., Crash, Christes Kid, Boonie ... I can ' t even breath! . . . Sweetheart Keith . . . Beta Beta Eta, HPI . . . Rainbow Cards ... Do you mind if I smoke? . . . Where ' s Linda Lou ' s bed?! . . . Clique? . . . Out on the hill . . . Striving for the honor- able, the beautiful, and the highest in all walks of life . . . AOT. . ; : ' " « - LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 2 1st Row - Robin Pinder. Craig Cotes, Michael Zdanowicz, Banks Corl, Rodney Ki ng, Todd Thomas, Steve Jones. 2nd Row - John Fisher, Edward Finch, Todd Schmidt, William Arnold, Philip Young, David Cates, Dallas Edwards, Edward Fogh. On ladder — Timothy Few, Wayne Saunders, Thomas Propst, Richard Hamilton, Marl Henry, mn 1st Row — Rhonda Neal, Cona Schmidt, Holly Grader. Donna Carr, Briggette Robinson, Mary Watson, Nina Forrester. 2nd Row — Rebecca Martinez, Ann-Marie Kemp, Susan Diamond, Haley Brock, Susan Wolfe, JoAnn Harrison, Liz Niswander, Terri Joplin, Kathy Deatherage, Julie Hanlon, Diane Naugle, Susan Gates. Lambda Chi Alpha is . . . Riding the bus . . . been fishing lately? . . . Crippled cookies . . . Brotherhood . . . cres- cent girls . . . coil wire . . . Alien . . . Double vision . . . individuality . . . Philosophical Neandreathol . . . Reality 101 ... Wheelhouse . . . Where ' s the ground? . . . Baha- ma weekend . . . Wrestling . . . Andre the Giant . , . Naw- Naw ... Go eat a bologna sammich ... I don ' t know ya . . . Shark ... I don ' t wanna know ya . . . Suicide fox ... I don ' t need to know ya . . . Party drink . . . Modeen Gunch . . . D. Funk . . . Uncut Funk — The Bomb . . . Lizard . . . Embryo . . . Dancing David . . . Disco Albright . . . Dead flowers . . . Friday night poker . . . Our house . . . Goobers . . . What a difference a year makes ... Do we have to register it? . . . DEE-fense . . . Euphemions . . . Where ' s Seabrook? PI KAPPA ALPHA TTTTT Kneeling — Tad Weeks, John Dolan, Lenny Glammatteo, Chris Gompper, 2nd Row — Keith Johns, Mike Phipps, Whit Mclsaac, Walt Gruger, Dave Hickman, Chip Stoicovy, Kevin Korth, John Dipersio. Chuck Bombard, Larry Hawks, Bob Kramer, Jack Curran. 3rd Row — Dave Cook, Will Newton, Gary Wagner, Chris Capone, Rick Wasko, Roland Fasolo, Kurt Heyman, John Trickett, Larry Vignola, George Sechrist, Rick Kerper, Will Whitlock, Mike Christian, John Muckenth- aler, Eric Rupert. Sean Moore fISlI Ist Row — Anne Jackson, Lori Johnson, Mom Mack, Barb Israel, Audrey Knight, 2nd Row — Susanne Moulton, Kelly Merwin, Gayle White, Susie Grimes, 3rd Row — Lin Meenan, Lisa Pannazzo, Gina Divinere, Pat Schilling, Christy Holzer, Helen Miller, Shelley Overholt, Susie Hamlin, Lisa Young, Lisa Arcand, Wanda Perea, Penny Rogers, Jill McCabe, Kim Clark, Pi Kappa Alpha is . . , Will-You, Do you hear me? . , . It was down in ole Virginny , . . little sisters . . . Chuck Buddy-Mucl -Now . , . KDJ . . . The Sleeping Giant . . , Jimmy . . . Quit Whit . . . Rene ... Mr, Fashion Show . . . Darnell . . . Bomber . . . Chestnut Squirrel . . . Seve . . . Cookie Man . . . " MP " . . . Colonel Flag . . . Mick . . . The Doctor . . . The Big Guy . . . Hosaga . . . attitude check . . . Disco . . . Bu Bu . . . Dawkins . . . Wally Gator ... Let the good times roll. 113 pfffpBf- y- I PI KAPPA PHI mTjf 1st row — Don Jones, Craig Hervey, Ed Wooten, Mike McClaskey. Jeff Carbia, Chuck Vilushis, John Turnbull; 2nd row — Dru Loshbrook, Bill Ross, Jeff Sunderlin, Dave Sordinha, Jack Botes, Laurie McCain, Steve Hare, Jeff Larson, Paul Stiff, Brent Sears, Dick Longden Pi Kapp is A league Bride maid again . . . Executioners ■ . . . Tumor award . . . Keitin . . . Mom Brotherton Moses . . . Wolfgang . . . Wilbur . . . Pedro . . . Bruno Woody . . . Potato Head . . . Disco Chuck . . . Pierre Boswell . . . Sarge . . . Toni . . . Alien . . . Nuvsio Parker Jack Master . . . Stanley Steamer . . . Adolf Ivan . . . Benji . . . Little Sisters . . . Totem Pole . . . Mu Iota Hey man! Where ya been? , , . The Jam boys . . . $50 from the Z we never get . . . Pik Haunted House . . . Alpha Pavilion Boll . . . Laura our sweetheart . . . Scurve Patrol . . . The morgue and its virgin inhabitants . . . Peruvian Customs . . . 8-6 . . . ' Ve are family " . Af J. «V4Vcv VVVVA • MViV lM»V7Mk ' - ' ■■ ' ' , V; SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON II I IIIUI liHiiSii iiga jjj dy iiniJjjJiill giigjiiaiiwiH mti 1st Row — Phil Bledsoe, George Monson, Lou Dessaint, Melissa McMillan, Tim Kennedy, Chuck Young, Picl ens Price. 2nd Row — Dave Parry, Scott MacEwen, Bill Anderson, Todd Johnson, Brian Lee, Marty Kidwell, Don Braswell, Craig Peterso n. 3rd Row — Phil Kniskern, Mike Holmes, Ward Stephens, Alan Dorrill, Jim Welch, Steve Wright, John Anderson, Pete Battoglia, Carlos Seone, Steve Bennett, Dave Cain, Dave Elliot. ' ? 0Sf Little Sisters — Bottom Row — Leslie Ada, Mary Lou Celona, Jill Morton, Melissa McMillan, Emily Griffith, Renatta Cochran, Lynne Da- vis, Terrie Eldridge, 2nd row — Claudine Alson, Alice Stone, 3rd row — Leanne Levett, Debbie Frick, Liz Robert, Laura Wilder Back Row — Trudy Bell, Carol Bennett, Denise Black, Debbie Dietzen, Becky Nichols, Priscillo Rooks, Cathy Cramer, Luanza Black, Lisa Harrington, Jacki Mullikin, Linda Cochran. Seniors: SIHIng —Chuck Young, Dove Elliot, Middle Row — Phil Bledsoe, George Manson, Louis Dessaint, Don Braswell, Mike Holmes, Tim Kennedy, Back Row — Pickens Price, John Anderson, Brian Lee, Todd Johnson, Bill Anderson. Sigma Alpha Epsilon is Founded 1856 ... 30 years ... 2 times in any sport in five years . . . Sweet one ... Big G . . . HELTER SKELTER . . . Picl ... PJ ... Star Fleet . . . Lamba Beta Lamba . . . Hide out . . . room 16 . . . the cloud . . . Revolving Bar Parties . . . room 6 . . . Space Station . . . Amtrak . . . kidnaped . . . BB ' s . . . Beam Up . . . Howdja, Howdja . . . Mac . . . It ' s not my kid . . . Big Peter . . . ALT . . . The Penthouse . . . Great Lil Sisters . . . Our Gal Melissa . . . Brotherhood . . . The Very Best Always ... Phi Alpha . . . I SIGMA PHI EPSILON Sitting — Jon Cotiill, Roger Finch, Tim Hamilton, Dave Mowott, Jotin Nemjo, Bill Reynolds, Dan Halili, Jerry Bulen. Standing — Jake Allman, Kip Ingle, Bill Tucker, Gary Weitermann, Joe Ball, Ray Faubion, Tom Wallis, Dave Law, Keith Councill, Fred Schmalkuche, Bruce Farlow. Sigma Phi Epsilon is . . . N.H. Kid " 69, " NOTM, Fredo, PBL . . . JOB . . . " Debit " . . . Bingo ' s Bacl . . . Yogi . . . GBFM . . . Boondockin ' . . . Stonehenge . . . Death to the Viliage Peopie . . . B.R.G. T. ... Flannel Shirts . . . The Shirt . . . Never give a gun to a duck . . . Funky . . . Sam ' s T . . . Has anyone heard from Uncle Charlie . . . The Book of Mary . . . Fabbit . . . " 58 Edsel " . . . Polyne- sian . . . jetlag . . . their house . . . the lizard . . . Charlie Daniels Friday night at 1 1 ... Sam and Roosevelt . . . Composites . . . Yukon — the now spot . . . Above all the rest. Virtue, Diligence, and Brotherly Love. SIGMA CHI in rioc vinces $)Qno Illtl Kneeling — Brad Uhrmann, Pierre Nunley, Doug Lego, Joe Ferrucci, John Lett, Bill Shieo, Scott Pryor, Middle row — Greg Snell, Hugti Arttiur, Jose Ortiz, Fred Phiillips, Ken George, Bill Beuttell, Albert Stevens, Greg Gregory, Pat Hart, Johin Lewis, Robert Doak, Back Row — Jeff Hearn, Leffie Stiackelford, David Broome, Jim Finnegan, Bill Swindle, Johin Lackey, Matt Crackel, Richard Petry, Jim Long, Glenn Isaacson. [♦■ ♦ ' ■ ♦ " . {• HAi Sigma Chi is All sports . . . Cassino . . . baseball . . . true brotherhood . . . White Cross . . . running ... 1 ... the best . . . choke . . . quarter mania . . . Trying for the J.W. award . . . Pinball . . . space invaders . . . softball . . socials . . . alums . . . John Wayne . . . Little Sigs . . . The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi 1st row — Kristia Berry, Anne McCarty, Cheryl Del Mastro. Temple Thomas. Donna Parkman, Karen Stephens, Janet Elliott. Donna Wood. Ana Teran. 2nd row — Kim Alexander, Kim Page, Cindy Gibbs, Robin Devine, Karen Murray, Cindy Montford, Kim Farmer, Ellen Jordan, Sandy Caldwell, Nancy Huston. TAU EPSILON PHI Sitting Higfi: Brian Moilet, Dave Lind, John Gilmore, Pete Black. Glen Cross, Jon Wreede, Coulby Gunther, Daryl Sheffield. mn: TEP is . . . Mendel, come in our bus? . . . Larry . . . Sammy . . . Major Weed . . . blocko . . . rails . . . benny . . . brain . . . tepski . . . nationals at Monroe . . . large Dave . . . front nine at Pebble Beacti . . . pooswah double bagger . . . facials . . . greenleaf . , . etter t . . . stanky forever . . . Mom Brotherton . . . jukes . . . tour- naments . . . Iianks — dark ones . . . Karen . . . George is coming . . . emsters . . . snipe . . . hooterski . . . elton v» ilson model . . . space in 48 ... curb jumping. TAU KAPPA EPSILON Top Row: Kevin Sims, Mark Hanisee, Pete Holman. Second Row: Chris Beto. Bob Gabriel. Jeff Ferguson, Brett Wells, Frank Whipple, Jeff Leonard, John Matthews, John Ayers, Mike Engeike, Jeff Tutan, Hal Robblns, Kneeling: Denny Alter, Dave Gibson, Paul Kennedy, Dale Hightower, Allen Belcher, Norman Reece, John McGinn. IIIII ' i: -: ; Little Sisters Top Row: Loraine Drake. Mary Creegan, Cindy Bogle. Kathy Blantant. Kattiy Alter. Carmen Morejon. Jackie Gordon. Jane Gordon. Marguerite McClain, Priscilla Richardson Second Row: Nancy Cloidt, Anne Moss. Rosalie Robbins. Lori Fogle. Third Row: Keri Kelsie, Sue Truesdale, Sylvia Penty, Fourth Row: Sheri Adams. Elaine Greer, Nancy Hunter. Lynn Tutan. Sandy Scoville, Jenny Rickett, Wendy Ingram, Maureen Meenon. Cindy Smith. Mom Chisolm, Sitting: Myrna Bree. Gina Fitzmaurice. Linda Baas TKE is . . . Our great sweetheart Sandy , . . Knierm Colloquialisms . . . SGA Prez . , . Argerbonger , . , Lo- pez . . , Tighten Up . . . Abbe , . . Nappy ... Hit Man , , . Fat Daddy . . , Disco Beto ... Hi Eddie . . . P.H. . . . Hose ... Mr. Slutz and his boat . . . Ernie ' s Paradise Party . . . Luou . . . Mah Boys . . . Pooh Bear . . . Armory: Behind Closed Doors . . . Loving Mom Chisholm . . . Run for life . . . Doobie Brothers . . . Buzz . . . Perrita . . . Munching Out . . . Gabe . . . Thrillseekers . . . Kinky Korner . . . Reality? r} Mf. :«: : - ' . PHIMU | 1st Row — Nancy demons. Vol Ludwig. Sharon Jones. Martha Hester, Kathy Zobel, Bennie Allred — sweetheart, Anna Myrick, Janice Boutwell, Tracie Latham, Susie Balough: 2nd Row — Annette Mead, Koran Ring, Nancy Konsler, Karen Kennedy, Laura Hale, Monica Gratkowski, Karen Shusterman, Marilyn Whitehead, Carol Fleming, Leigh West. Jennie Lone, Allison Porks, 3rd Row — Susan Fosmire, Dana Arnoll, George Mason, Lisa Galasso, Jennifer Bruce. Valerie Hockgraver, Laurie Hurlburt, Cindy Layman, Kathleen Molloy, v_ Phi Mu is Love . . . Honor . . . Truth . . . Terrific Phis . . . Bennie ... Big Brothers . . . Talent . . . Interlachen Fina- list . . . Sharing . . . Friendship . . . Sisterhood . . . 702 . . . Sugar . . . Hey, Hey, Hey . . . Silver Goblets . . . roil sings . . . pumpkin carving , . . active alumnae . . , commu- ters . . . carnations . . . Eliza . . . Rosanna Anna . . . W.W. . . . Moon Baby King . . . Callipygian ... A brick fell . . . Room 5 . . . Ladies . . . Mom ... A Lasting Bond V i?- ' i L?- ' it ' ri : c ' i, 1 Big Brothers; Kip Ingle, Bennie Allred, Dave Brewer, r?alph Ciper, Rodney King, Phil Young, Brook Bryington, Philip Hortsfield, Steve Boskerviile, Andy Taylor. - • : " ' ; PHI SIGMA KAPPA mn 1st Row - John Perciosepe Rich Diaz, Chip Morton, Mike Abate, Wayne Talamonti, Tony Roberto, Ricky Mentzer. ockTow -Bre?S Steven Ochsner, K yle Bendfeldt, Rob Sawyer, Cra.g Olson, B. -th-rt Dove McQ Mark Oliver, Joe Grill. Not pictured - Tony Capuano, Dave Brewer, Paul Broadhead, Andy Taylor, Robert Reed, Rick Forrest, Bob Smith. Jirri Karr, Steve McKnight, John Armatas, Fred Tigne, Phi Sig is: Born to run . . . Sweetheart Ellen . . . Diversity . . . drama major . . . General ... No mind . . . 2nd floor wars . . . Fire ... ox ... Dewey . . . Bake , . . Guiness Mario Report . . . Blondes . . . Littel Sisters . . . Reality . . . Sam Loud . . . just good friends . . . wake up . . . Intense . . . How dooo yoouu dooo . . . nice jerseys . . . Greek Sing . . . That ' s you Dumbell majors ... Go Ga- tors ... Be there, aloha . . . uh — believable . . . mptc . . . AIA . . . Like you reodlabout . . . which way to student personel ... no. 9 ... I hove loved . . . Bartow Ballet . . . Yankeys . . . Fireworks ... No more drink . . . OIlie . . . committees ... no report . . . friend. Diaz . . . weekend . . . Vito ' s . . . out go the lights . . . Brother- hood . . . Scholarship . . . Character. - . ' ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ " m m? r - :»r, i m - y -: SPORTS BUILDrNG TEAMWORK, COOPERATION AND SPIRIT IN THE WINNING TRADITION Sports are a part of the win- ning tradition of Florida South- ern College. With several in- tercollegiate sports and a full schedule of intromurols, the athletic program is an active one. And Southern has a histo- ry of turning out winners. The Moccasins ore members of the NCAA Division 2, the Sunshine State Conference, and are charter members of the Association for Intercolle- giate Athletics for Women (AIAW). The men ' s basketball team and the baseball team are both ranked nationally. The volleyball team finished their 1979 season with a rank- ing of third in the state. Other varsity teams include wom- en ' s basketball, men ' s and women ' s tennis, golf, and soc- cer, all of which Southern can be proud. We also have a new cross-coun try team and a new ski team which placed third in national competition. FSC also fields a number of in- tramural teams, with each dorm, fraternity, and sorority participating. The intramural schedule includes such sports as flag football, softball, soc- cer, basketball, volleyball, archery, canoeing, and table tennis. And Southern has its share of non-organized sports such as raquetball, frisbee, jogging, biking . . . To some degree Southern ' s sports affect us all, whether it is as a varsity player, a partici- pant in intramurals, a week- end raquetball player, or sim- ply as a spectator. Everyone has seen the " Pull for the Flor- ida Southern Mocs " and " Push the Florida Southern Mocs to the Top " stickers on nearly every door on campus! For some, it provides a way to meet people, and participate as a member of a group. For others, it is simply an outlet. Our teams represent FSC to other schools and communi- ties in various athletic events. Intercollegiate competition helps to instill school spirit, and our intramural program en- courages involvement. In- volvement is an important part of college life. Sports participation develops another facet of one ' s per- sonality. It builds teamwork, cooperation, and spirit. And an athlete ' s talent is a gift that deserves to be put to use. Florida Southern recog- nizes this in its encouragement of the athletic program and in its motto, " Not Minds Alone. " S(:ilfj!lli .fSStiUf ' m»SfiS ViWM • ' • X ; m|jr ' 3isr4, d ' o ' ) " " SS ■ ■ IW H H s Vf ,JH hr ■ y ' I 1 In ' 1 „ " " " " ■ f ; y " H eJ 1) The baseball Mocs of 78-79 finished so far ahead, that, as usual, they entered the Division II National Tournoment. The squad finished in second place nationally behind Valdosta State, 2) Mike Piatnik is ready for a catch. 3) Mike Tonzee watches his teammates on the field, 4) FSC gets the opponent outl, 5) Florida Southern slides in just in time, 6) Mike Tanzee stretches his fingers to hold seven baseballs, 7) Craig heads back to the dugout after an inning change. ' J: • ' . ' ' :.. ' ■ ' , V. ' : J;K ' -M!M . ■ .■ ' . ' -i- . " ' : ■ » 1) Junior transfer from Westchester State Community College, Felix Tertulien started as a forward for the basketball Mocs this season. Felix proved his worth to the team with consistent high scoring and rebounding. Here, he practices his shooting against a teammate: 2) Leaping captain Kurt Alston tips another one in as Mark King and John Ebeling rush in. The Mocs shocked Division II in this game against the University of Central Florida squad. The Knights were undefeat- ed with a streak of 15 wins when Florida Southern brought up a 96- 90 victory: 3) Coach Hal Wissel brought the Moccasins a final record of 18- ' 12 in the 78-79 season, only his second year at FSC. A Conference record of 10-2 gave the team the Sunshine State Tour- nament title and led them to host the Southeast Region Tourna- ment, which was eventually won by the University of N. Alabama. Wissel also coached his squad to win Florida Southern ' s own Citrus Tournament. Wissel declined an offer to coach the University of Utah ' s Jazz team this summer in order to stay with the " Movin ' " Mocs; 4) A Central Florida opponent appears to stand stunned as center for the Moccasins John Ebeling goes up to add two points. John, a sophomore, is a key rebounder for Florida Southern, as well as a consistent high scorer and a provider of height for the team: 5) Loyal Moc fans have increased in number as the team continues to win game after game. Four of this season ' s games against Division I teams have been held in Lakeland ' s Civic Center: the University of Florida (a strong win), the University of S. Carolina, the University of S. Mississippi, and Florida State, with attendance cl ose to 4,000. KtRW.rjKiESPSSa -♦: : . ■ : , « %■ iV t rv 1) New assistant coach Drew Tucker watches the team ' s moves in a practice drill with Bob Dolan. Mark King, and Warren Butler, Tucker was captain of the basketball Moccassins during the 78-79 season, 2) Coach Hal Wissel discusses some of the team ' s winning tactics with FSC President [Robert Davis after o game; 3) Senior point guard Kurt Alston exhibits shooting excellence against a University of Cen- tral Florida player. Southern came out ahead of the Knights with a score of 96-90; 4) Newcomer Mike Hayes outreaches a UCF oppo- nent for the jumpball; 5) Brian Radon goes up for o dunk against All- American Bo Clark; 6) John Ebeling. the Mocs ' top rebounder. antici- pates the ball; 7) Kurt takes aim despite strong UCF defense; 8) Precise shooting earned Brian the title of " Most Improved Player " at one point in the season. 1) Lisa Mason is up for two against Flagler College: 2) Ist row; Mary Dix, Jody Johnson, Lisa Mason. 2ncl row: Denise Sanscrointe, Jean Federico, Judy Woloson, Linda Hestier, Sue Kirkwood. 3rd row: Janet Meckstroth. Hollie Keating, Debbie Kanaszko, Kottiy Glutti. 4th row: Assistant Coach Charlie, Manager Lissa Lagoni, Manager Jean Voll- mon. Trainer Chris Bellotto. and Coach Lois Webb; 3) Sue Kirkwood sinks another one: 4) Denise Sanscrointe drives for the basket: 5) Coach Lois Webb noticed a lot of innprovement on the Lady Mocs ' squad this season; 6) Denise Sanscrointe battles for a junnpball. The Moccasins were surprised about a close win over the University of Miami team, who had held a strong record of wins in their season. The Mocs were off to a slow start in the 79P ' 80 season with losses to Madison University, Flagler College, the University of Central Florida, and Florida A M. Florida Southern had scheduled a tougher season. . Returning to the women ' s basketball squad were: Seniors Linda Hesher and Kathy Gluth: Debbie Kanaszko, Denise Sanscrointe, Sue Kirkwood, and Janet Meckstroth, New to the team were: Jody Johnson, Judy Woloson, Lisa Mason, Jean Federico, Hollie Keating, and Mary Dix, who was out most of the season with a knee injury. The Moccosins were ranked eighth in the state last season going behind Florida Division II Tournament, but finished fourth behind Flor- ida A M, Bethune-Cookmon, and UCF, The team ' s toughest competitors were Division I teams such as Florida State University, and old-time rival the University of Central Florida. r • ♦ ' ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦. ' V -»■ « -,.■ , ■ ' ; ■ J ■■»£ wkmmi BmBmrni wnHfi ■■■■S ■ " MM WW ' , 1) Walt Priebe moves in with the ball while Bobby Kramig looks on from the goal, 2) Co-captain Dave Elliot hustles to keep the ball from his opponent, 3) 1st row: Asst. coach Wes Aldrich, Co-captain Don Brady, Kurt OettI, Damon Yerkes, Phil Ciminello, Fernando Reotegui, Dave Elliot, Jim Shoe, Greg Snell, Steve Owen, Butch Nichols, Bobby Kramig, 2nd row: Mark Eady, Bill Ferguson, Ken Schilling. Sean Mur- phy, John Turnbull, Bill Tucker, George Sechrist, Greg Sylvester, Walt Priebe, Don Hogan, Lyndon Sweeting, Dan McGraw, Don Hays Kurt Heyman. Mark Mines, Chip Humble; 4) Coach Jim Bush tells Bill Tucker which goal to shoot for, 5) Bobby Kramig deflects a shot while Steve Owen watches; 6) Don Brady, a Co-captain, takes the ball down- field for a goal. Coroiiig back from a 78-79 final record of 8-5, fhe soccer Moccasins faced a scliedule of 14 games in the 79- ' 80 season. Coach Jim Bush and assistant coach Wes Aldrich began by cutting the 39 who tried out for the team down to 26 players and a tough three-hour daily practice at Lakeland ' s Tigertown. The team had twelve lettermen return from last year ' s squad. Among the newcomers were Damon Yerkes, Kurt OettI, Butch Nichols, Mark Mines, Sean Murphy, and Steve Owen. In the Mocs ' first game against Southeastern College, Florida Southern came out ahead with a 5-1 victory. Losses to the University of Tampa and the University of South Florida followed, and a 7-1 win over Voldosta State College finished out September for the team. Florida Southern played Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (3-1), the Florida Institute of Technology (2- 3, 0-2), and St. Leo College (0-1). After defeating Biscayne College and losing to Eckerd College, the Mocs went to the University of Central Florida in Orlan- do for the Sunshine State Conference Torunoment. Florida Southern lost to UCF in the single-elimination tournament. The team will lose valuable seniors Elliot, Hays, Brady, Sylvester, and Heyman, but anticipates a strong squad in the next season with their talented newcomers of ' 79- ' 80. V H » ' jit ♦ ■m r Jj m .ti£ ' i; si:j.;i:i2: y . ' . 1) Ken Schilling runs to receive a pass from senior Don Brady in a gome against Conference opponent Biscayne College, The soccer Mocs won 3-1; 2) That ' s playing dirty!, 3) The Mocs chase a head shot made by Biscayne player. 4) Goalie Bobby Kramig follows through with a punt after preventing a goal, 5) Kramig fiercely clutches the ball after stopping a potential score, 6) New to the team, Sean Murphy handles the ball well, 7) Freshman Mark Mines and transfer Walt Priebe join the team in congratulating Greg Syl- vester on making a goal. The Mocs made enough goals this season to finish with a 7-7 record and to beat Sunshine State Conference opponent Biscayne College of Miami and the soccer club of Univer- sity of Florida and Southeastern College (twice). .♦ ' ♦ " V ■ ♦. " « V " Fourteen women compete as spiking Moos in the ' 79- ' 80 volleyball season. Six freshmen, Jean Federico, Lisa Mason, Linda Farber, Mary Kay Czajka, Chris Parker, and Holly Keat- ing, have put forth effort to bring the team some very impressive statistics. The volleyball Moccasins came in second in their own tour- nament. They worked to rank Florida Southern fourth in the Region, which includes Florida, Alabama, Georgia, and Mis- sissippi colleges. The squad also served and blocked its way into a third place ranking among small colleges in the state Division II. 1) Florida Southern attempts to block a shot from the University of Central Florida team: 2) Freshman Lisa Mason relaxes between serves. 3) Junior Denise Sanscrainte covers the spiker, 4) Waiting to receive the ball are Kathy Gluth and Toni Woods; 5) 1st row; Joy Pettry, Linda Farber. Linda Hesher, Tami McGinty. 2nd row: Chris Parker, Anabel Teran, Jean Vollman, Denise Sanscrointe, Lisa Mason. 3rd row; Asst, coach Suzanne Echeverria, Coach Lois Webb, Toni Woods, Mary Kay Czajka. Kathy Gluth. Holly Keating. Joan Rogers. Jean Federico. Trainer Chris Bellotto. Manager Jacki Mullikin; 6) Toni Woods and Denise Sanscrainte watch closely as Tami McGinty passes the ball; 7) Denise Sanscrainte up for the block against a Jacksonville University player. The Lady Mocs competed against the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Tallahassee ' s Florida State University, and Jacksonville University. The team did very well against UCF, ranked first nationally. Suzanne Echeverria, now Assistant coach, was a volleyball veteran and ' 79 graduate from Florida Southern. " Echie " will be working with Coach Lois Webb and the team in the fall to build national champions of the squad. ' ■ : - - w m Wjlf - i m m lr). " a Brv " j} IT ? ■ran «■ 4. .;.A ' The Florida Southern putting Moccasins pulled off some very impressive team victories in the 79- ' 80 golf season, v ith a placement of fourth in the Grandfather Mountain (N. Carolina) Tournament. They also brought home a first place win over Division II schools in the Florida Intercollegiate Tournament, and a fourth place position overall. Brian Kramer (77-73-73) came in first, followed by Jim Northrup (73-75-76). The team travelled to Ohio State, as the only Division II school represented, and they placed 12th. In that tournament Bob Kramer hit a 223, with Tom Path right behind with a 224. The Moccasins beat N. Carolina, S. Carolina, Clemson, and Kentucky universities. The golfers placed 18th as a team in the Dixie Intercol- legiate, with Jim Northrup in 9th place with a 220. The Mocs were in the 13th position at the Grenelefe Tour- nament, led by Brian and Bob Kramer (230, 231 re- spectively). The Florida Southern golf team is presently defending Sunshine State Conference champions, and will com- pete against Stetson, Rollins, St. Leo, Biscayne, Eckerd, and Flagler colleges to regain the title. 1) Dave McQuade and Jim Northrup at the Lone Palm course: 2) Jim Korr. Brian Kramer, and Steve McKnight helped to bring home tro- phies, 3) Dave checks for tied shoes during a swing. 4) Bob Kramer, a consistently good player for FSC; 5) 1st row; John Ankenbrandt, Mike Domalske, Paul McManus, Steve McKnight. Bob Kramer, Jack Curran. Tom Path. Ken George, and Tony Roberto, 2nd row: Coach Charley Matlock, Bob Cloughen, Jim Northrup, Brian Kramer, Jim Karr, Chris Yoncey, Bruce Halstead, Bob Lennon, and Jeff Sheehan; 6) Brian Kramer placed Ist in the Florida Intercollegiate. 7) McQuade and Northrup. A :, vi ' iak A£-cfira3n MO?-?Wir-fr ' ; ' 5«Rjia(ia l; " , Sffiri - : ; ■•« ■ •• x ; asw-- 5i, t ♦ % • ♦ ♦ f. ' ♦ " ♦ ♦: 4 V V ♦ B . ■ . .• A ' - -• : ■ ■I) With his eyes on the approaching ball, 2) Bill Jones hits it, and 3) follows through; 4) Leftie Shackelford awaits a serve; 5) Roger Bunt- ing speeds to return the ball, 6) Tom Waddell is in his second year on the team as a sophomore; 7) Joel Mortineau is new to the team this year; 8) Eric Dove attempts to frighten the ball; 9) 1st row: Tom Waddell, Bill Jones, Brian Jeffries, Mark Munson, and Eric Dove. 2nd row: Bob Jagger, Joei Mortineau, Keith Kovach, Leffie Shackelford, Bill White, Kal Sable , and Roger Bunting. J.Ai% e : - ' • liJIiiWi ir- 4 ♦ss; V N P 0 i£¥ fiStimSS 154 .« «• .««« 1) Newcomer Lea Snow practices in the team court; 2) Sophomore Betsy Heidenberger has proven her worth to the team in two years of outstanding tennis performance; 3) Cathy Cramer waits for the serve; 4) 1st row: Karri Mann, Cathy Cramer, Beth Darby, Betsy Heidenberger. Anne Podesta, Lea Snow, Carolyn Schmitz, and Alice Stone; 5) Carolyn Schmitz is new to the women ' s team; 6) Alice Stone reaches to return the ball to her opponent. jn.f r ' rnuci ' ' ti: ' ■4 : ; ■ ■ ' $ ■ The skiing Moccasins have done well in their 1979 sea- son to earn several tournament titles and national recognition. Last spring the team placed second in the Southeast Region, which has about 17 member col- leges and universities trom N. Carolina, S. Carolina, Alabama, Georgia, and Florida. That loss was to Flor- ida State University. Placing in the Region Tournament earned both Florida Southern and Florida State entrance into the 1st Na- tional Intercollegiate Waterski Championship, held in mid-October in Munroe, Louisianna. Here, the Mocs eventually finished in third place nationally overall, ahead of fourth-ranked Florida State. The women ' s team finished in fourth place, while the men presently lead the nation. Among competing schools were Penn State, Ohio State, and San Diego State universities. This fall Florida Southern competed in three tournc ments against schools in the Region. They lost th own tournament, but won tournaments hosted at Cm coa Beach and St. Petersburg. The ski team hopm that these wins will help to qualify them again for the Regional Tournament in the spring and for the National Tournament next fall. 1) Tommy Usher exhibits his talent on one ski, 2) tst row: Barbara McCarter, Bonnie McCarter, Coach Linda Stata, Gin Grey, Betsy Graft. 2nd row: Curt Geyer. Worth Harris. Tommy Usher, Brian Mollet, Back: Jon Wreede. Not pictured: Tommy Ingram, Jill McCabe, Patty Hutchinson, John Pirie, Bob McFarland. Raymond Goodski: 3) Curt Geyer, ready for an afternoon of skiing. RUNNING r« € i ' := .» j ■ f»- ., i t C V In its first year at Florida Southern, the cross-countr, club finished with a record of 10-9. Coach Ed Plowman of the Sociology Department, with the help of interest- ed students and baseball coach Hal Smeltzly, literally got the club off to a running start, eventually to win three first places. The running Mocs were winners of the Florida Southern Invitational, the Southeastern Col- lege Invitational, and the Florida College Invitational. The club, headed by co-captains Jon Johnston and George Price, also participated in the United Way Loke-to-Loke run, and had three of their runners place in the top ten finishers. They ran in Fun Runs with the basketball teann, and kept up on a 2-3 laps per day routine around Lake Hollingsworth. The club hopes that interest will continue in running connpetition in years to - ■ • y The cheering Moccasins began this season a little nervously, with new stunts and an enlarged squad. The cheerleaders were anxious to build up the spirit that had helped to take the basketball team to a No. 1 place in the Conference last year. There are now eight men. eight women, and four alternates, who worked about five hours a week to learn routines from the University of South Florida and the University of Florida. They hove new uniforms, more spirit, and work more with the Mocettes and Coach Wissel. They hove been in- volved with fund-raising, cheered during vocations, and attended all in-state games. New to the squad, 1) Leslie Hoyworth and senior Job York; 2) Returning to the team. Donna Porkmon, and newcomer Curt Geyer; 3) Kim Farmer, Donna Parkman, and Sandy Estep hove all returned to support the basketball Mocs; 4) Kim Farmer and Scott Allen; 5) Alternates Karen Stephens and Robbin Achille warm up before the first gome of the year, while talking with Kim; 6) New cheerleader Robbin Achille, a freshman; 7) Captain Sonno Sellors, who has cheered for the Mocs for three years, with newcomer Steve Hare; 8) 1st row: Captain Sanna Sellors, Kim Farmer, Donna Parkman, Nancy Custer, Sandy Estep. 2nd row: Job York, Bob Smith, Curt Geyer, Chris Kokomoor, Steve Hare. 3rd row: Leslie Hoyworth, Karen Penn, Monica Baker, Robbin Achille, Karen Stephens. 4th row: Scott Allen, Carlos Seoane, Pete Rowan, John Armatas, and Tommy Ingram. SV • ♦ ♦ ♦. ' ♦ ♦ CHEERING : • - • ■:• ; « 4 V§ ' - ' ' ' ' ' 4«t- fc. 8 i , - ' in ijr,?mTU:f. fM SFp- issangi ' tfi fapk : ■ ; •; • • ■ - jwmi ' ■ «« »• K ' ' vIf ' F • ■ ' ADMINISTRATION GUIDING AND DIRECTING Florida Southern specifies its character and purpose as foi- lows: Academic excellence — The College is comnnitted to providing the resources nec- essary to sustain a superior academic experience, and to promoting an atmosphere of free inquiry in which the hu- man heritage may be investi- gated and the truth served. Christian Perspective — The College is committed to those values and ideals which inhere in the Christian tradition and seeks to nurture in the total college community a deep- ening understanding of and dedication to those values as the basis of its corporate life. Personal Development — The College encourages its students to cultivate a sense of self-worth, to realize their capacities for independent thinking, to learn to cope with advancing societal change, to make intelligent choices, and to develop convictions worthy of their highest com- mitment. Responsible Citizensliip The College is concerned that its students be prepared and encouraged to become re- sponsible citizens in a demo- cratic society, in the home, the church, the community, and in national and world af- fairs. Vocational Choices — The College assists students in making vocational choices, and seeks to equip them with the knowledge and skills nec- essary for professional prac- tice, as well as to provide preparation for additional specialization in their chosen fields. In striving to achieve its pur- pose, Florida Southern is guid- ed and directed by dedi- cated people known to the student body as the Adminis- tration and the Trustees. Be- hind all the major decisions made for the college as a whole, there are hours and hours of study, discussion, and heart-, mind-, and soul- searching, seeking that an- swer which may best meet the changing needs of the Florida Southern Community. To these individuals we owe our fine reputation of aca- demic excellence, our oppor- tunity to learn beyond that which the text books teach, and the solid ground beneath our feet as we step out from the College to meet the world. Although most students are well acquainted with the ad- ministration, they generally have less contact with the Trustees. To our Board of Trustees we extend a special word of thanks. The Trustees ore OS follows: Farris Bryant Honorable Lowton M. Chiles Sam T. Dell, Jr. A.L. Ellis James L. Ferman, Jr. J.R. Graves John A. Grant, Jr. Charles H. Jenkins A. A. Hedberg Mrs. Edna Lockett Mrs. Alice Lockmiller Mrs. Kathleen Macomber Dr. Patrick W. McBride, Jr. E.V. McClurg George Miller Fred Millsaps Dr. Richard V. Moore J. Carlisle Rogers Dr. MyrI L. Spivey Dr. J. Marvin Sweat, Jr. Robert Trinkle Lanier Upshaw Mrs. Marjorie Van Antwerp Alfred Vaught Mrs. Ruth S. Wedge worth Joel R. Wells, Jr. Elliot Whitehurst, Jr. Honorable James H. Williams Walter M. Woolfolk HHP ri?S??: ' f 3SH " r -ivHvjjtj x ' ' D ' t -nt If ? fi«:Ksr«i- ' .ssaeil President Robert A. Davis, B.A.A.; University of Georgia, M. Div. Emory University; S.T.IVl., Yale University; D.D., Pfeiffer College vW i 1) David G, Mobberley, Vice President and Dean of the College, 2) David L. Readdick, Vice President for Operations; 3) Brunner R. Hunt, Vice President for Finance, 4) Mead F, Rogers, Jr., Vice President for Development; 5) Theodore M, Haggard, Assistant to the President; 6) Bishop E J, Pendergrass, Assistant to the President; 7) Charles Tinsley Thrift. Jr., Chancellor. 8) Hugh A. Moron, Jr., Dean of Students, 9) William B. Stephens, Director of Admissions 1) G, Lawrence Stailings, Director of the Library: 2) Melinda Bloir, Director of Student Activities, 3) Wil- liam H. Boyer, Director of Public Relations News Bu- reau; 4) Robert W. Breuer, Chaplain, 5) Richard R Burnette, Chairman, Division of Social Sciences, 6) Beverly Floyd. Assistant to the Dean of Students — Women, 7) William M, Hannah. Comptroller; 8) Ag- nes Johnson, Director of Alumni Relations; 9) Jean Kinnard, Assistant Dean of Students — Women; 10) Francis L. Luce, Assistant Dean of Students; 1 1) Sam- uel Luce — Student Activities and Recreation; 12) Michael Pachik, Sports Information Director; 13) Mary Lou Spencer, Acting Registrar. 14) Franl P, Szabo, Assistant Dean of Student — Men. 15) Harold Waters, Director of Publications; 16) Paul Wille, Col- lege Photographer; 17) Clara Wise, Career Coun- selor and Director of Placement B 1 •■ ♦ r 1 fn Ti3 B s h ■i)i»i iiitiiiBBSimamf;m tsm JiS ; ; - ■ ' «: SCHOLARS KNOWLEDGE IS A FUNDAMENTAL PART OF WISDOM Academics — from Math 106 to Prophetic Thought, we are at Florida Southern College to learn, to gain a liberal arts education. Generally, we spend 12-18 hours a week in classes, and our scholastic growth is the most basic part of our education, From it we acquire the knowledge with which to pursue those goals. It provides a springboard from which we begin our search for wisdom, for knowledge is a fundamental part of wisdom. In the course of the years we spend at Southern, we see our knowledge and our ca- pacity for knowledge con- stantly growing. As freshmen, most of us face being away from home for the first time on top of the " newness " of aca- demic life. We must adjust to classes that meet only two or three times a week, to taking more notes than ever before, to having only two or three exam s a semester, to convc, etc . . . The list goes on and on. And naturally, the classes are not always the most ex- citing that Southern has to of- fer. We are caught up in the blending of social life and academic life and in being re- sponsible for ourselves. It is a fun year; we manage and we learn. And then we are sophomores and are faced with " sopho- more slump. " At least we know to carry our IDs to the cafe for absolutely no longer than one week, and we know to use stage directions in find- ing our convo seats. We be- gin to work in our major courses while finishing up our CORE. And we have sopho- more tests to which we can look forward! That rite of passage complet- ed, we become juniors. CORE out of the way, we submerge ourselves in our majors and discover that classes really can be interesting. At times it seems as if we live in our var- ious departmental buildings: Drama majors con be found in Buckner Theater, Business ma- jors in Edge Hall, and Commu- nications majors in . . . well, wherever the Communica- tions department happens to be at the time. We find J.A. ' s and R,A. ' s in our ranks, and we become eligible for honorary fraternities. And finally, we become sen- iors. " Senioritis " often sets in, but we deserve our moment of glory. Our schedules are of- ten all major courses or all electives, and there comes that semester when we don ' t have to pre-register — no more SIF ' s! Senior tests loom in the foreground, but those thoughts are mellowed by thoughts of graduation and the future. Resumes become a commn topic of discussion, and life in general becomes a little more serious. Regardless of our stage, our years at Southern ore pleas- ant ones, and our academic growth is enriched by having been a part of Florida South- ern College. ? ' ' TTVf " -= ' ■ - " ■»• • DRA Some call them blow-off majors. All you have to do is draw a few pictures or memorize a few lines, right? Wrong! What about the soul searching followed by long, tiring hours striving for that perfect finishing touch? Or what about the back-breaking hours spent painting the theater floor, build- ing flats, or applying dutchmon? Who could forget " Slave- craft 101? " What about the rehearsals that continue until you get it right and the agonizing that goes into fully devel- oping each character? The major in Art or Drama must put himself on the line — no handy formulas, no right or wrong answers. It ' s strictly the artist and his medium, a solitary search for truth. ■ H 1 n o 1 1 r - Dave Brewer Paul Broadhead Brooke Bryington Drama Drama Drama 1) Ray Fischer, 2) Donna Stoddard, 3) Melvin Wooton, 4) Banton Dook. 5 Downing Bornitz, 6) Gale Doak Ira Carley Art Jonathan Cohill Drama Helen Darby Art Richard Forrest Drama Barbara Grier Mark Henry Drama Martha Hester Drama Sharon Jones Drama Patricia Oleary Art Peter Palmer Drama Robert Reed Drama Mary Roberts Art Andrew Taylor Drama Leslie Thomas Drama Susan Yancey Drama r 13U7IZS .- ■, • ■;■ ; 7K jf5 -.1 at ' R _3 2147 i 7 t ' ■ ■ ■ ' • - -yi j2S 5Z :v. : V4s. • . 1 m . Jeffrey Adams Business Kimberly Alexander Economics John Anderson Business Nancy Anderson Business William Anderson Business Daniel Austin Business Matthew Boblitz Economics Trudy Bell Business Christian Beto Business Clarence Bivins Business Mary Black Business Robert Bledsoe Accounting yj WHERE SUPPLY MEETS DEMAND It has been said that one-half of all the students at Florida Southern study Business as either a major or a minor. The reason is that no matter what your field of work, the idea of free market enterprise so influences everything we do in this country that a background in it truly rounds out one ' s liberal arts education. Also included with the Business Management major are the Accounting and Economics disciplines. Business Law is investigated because a knowledge of such practices is essential for success in the field of Business. Marketing covers a wide-range of information, also important to the student of Business who intends to make it a ca- reer upon graduation. Math is involved in the graph work in MicroEconomics. The majors discover that equilibrium is found where supply meets demand. Free market enterprise is the mainstay of business. The fact that we have the ability to go into private enterprise is what sets America apart and makes our economic system both unique and workable. The Business major studies Decision Theory, as well as Investments. Re- ceiving and reading the Wall Street Journal daily is a requirement of many classes. Theories of economics and corporate practices are discussed and the stu- dent of Business Management learns how he can be- come an asset, rather than a liability, to whatever company he is involved with. The major incorporates practices of organization and personnel manage- ment, learning to get the highest productivity from those who work for him. Opportunities in the field are endless, because the world in which we live is a busi- ness-oriented world. But the challenges ore ever-pre- sent, OS the major seeks to understand more and more fully the system of enterprise in which all of us are involved. Terry Blevins Business Charles Bombard Business Deanna Boone Business Sydney Bowlin Business Donald Braswell Business Philip Brocklesby Business James Carbia Business Michael Christian Accounting ■♦ ■ f : i Michael Cimo Business Ralph Citarello Marketing Ellen Clark Accounting Anne Cross Business Bill Cupp Economics Business John Curran Business Jean Davidson Business Robert Dolan Business Lawrence Donohue Business Michael Engeike Business !?. IP a Q. Debi Frick Accounting Susan Furman Business Robert Gabriel Business Douglas Geary Economics Debra George Accounting Kenneth George Business Edward Greco Business Coulby Gunther Business Ad. Tina Hardin Accounting George Hardison Business Kandy Hart Business Lawrence Hawks Business Larry Henderson Accounting Kathryn Henry Accounting Nadyne Hernquist Business Craig Hervey Business Kurt Heyman Business James Hilliard Business Kathryn Hoche Business Mark Hollis Business Michael Holmes Business Robert Hrubesch Business Glenn Isaacson Business Keith Johns Business Todd Johnson Economics Nicholas Kassman Business Administration Virginia Kellman Business Timothy Kennedy Accounting Rick Knez Mariteting Rodney King Business Michael Komar Business Carol Koontz Business Robert Kramer Business Jill Lampley Accounting Brian Lee Business Francis Litrento Business James Long Accounting Richard Longden Business Susan Longden Business George Manson Business Christopher Marine Business Ricky Marshall Marlceting Laurette McCain Business Robert McFarland Business John McGinn Citri Business David McQuade Business Maureen Meenan Business Raymond Menasche Business Helen Miller Business Cindy Montford Business Daniel Moody Business 1) Thomas Martin, 2) Bruce Arnold: 3) Jeffrey Wil ey, 4) Mary Jo Bergquist , mmi0Mmmmmm Sean Moore Business Sanford Morton Business John Muckentholer Business Karen Murray Business Pierre Nunley Accounting Mark Oliver Business Jim Patrick Business Fred Phillips Accounting Michael Phipps Business Randall Pickering Business Frankie Pirkle Business Thomas Prevatte Business George Price Business Thomas Priest Business Carl Radford Business Norman Reece Business Jennifer Rickett Business Sandra Scoville Business Frank Senat6re Accounting Christine Sengstock Business Daryl Sheffield Business Stacy Sherman Business John Stitzel Business Charles Tauby Business John Trickett Business John Turnbull Business Frank Turner Business Laura Tuttle Business Jovita Von Ruckteschell Business Richard Ward Business Citrus Richard Wasko Business -1 ' " i-A Revo Webb Accounting Lynn Welter Business Janet Whetzel Business Palmer Whitlock Business Edward Wooten Business Charles Young II Business f fTKWWStmfVtfgi « (C -• h ' Hi filf f ffr - . t u ' " ■ -; ■ ' • • CIT HRT :rnr» Nancy Abel CItrus Hortlculture Michael Carter CItrus Hortlculture Louis Dessaint Citrus Dallas Duppenthaler Citrus Horticulture Jeffery Futch Citri Business Frederick Gebhard CItrus Hortlculture 1) Sue Herdman, 2) Thomas Mack, 3) Rubert Prevatt nj:; 7 SPECIALIZED FORM OF FARMING The study of Citrus and Horticulture involves learning abou t all aspects of botany, agriculture and commer- cial production. Florida Southern is located in an area in which citrus is a main supply of income. Farming in any form is a science within itself, and citrus production is a highly specialized form of farming. A study of citrus means seeking a full understanding of this l ind of farm- ing. All the steps in commercial fruit production must be evaluated and studied. Problems that face the citrus farmer are also evaluated, and possible solutions ore experimented with. Management is investigated as today ' s farmer must also be efficient in this area. Horticulture is a second form of specialized farming. It involves landscape, floriculture and, again, the com- mercial slant, primarily in nursery practices. Both disci- plines are essential in a day when we are placing particular import on understanding the land and vegetation that make up our world. For only in this understanding can we learn the art of using them to their fullest potential in providing what is needed for the survival of mankind in generations to come. There is much work to be done in these two fields, and a formal education in Citrus and Horticulture such as that offered here at Florida Southern prepares its gradu- ates to take part in that work. Research against dis- ease, increased production levels due to better man- agement, discoveries on how to better the soil, all are part of the opportunities that await those who study the discipline of Citrus and Horticulture. Charles Sexton, Jr. CItrus Hortlculture Faye Rogers Citrus Horticulture Matthew Powers Citrus Horticulture Roy Petteway Citrus Horticulture Paul Gill Citri Business Theodore Geltz Citrus Horticulture pTTTgHfwPTT ' r ' Mi • f ■ " -! mfnrrTTn ' Tf? r - " runyTf Tfl- ' .- ■■■ a _ J . -« COM _j ■ r KtfKrLWn|iV V ' + ' J? - : If i -g j=» i=a=: J CjX,; - ! — ' l.i— ==5 Tp| 1 Barbara Bohrer Journalism David Brewer Communications Drama Marilyn Butt Journalism Sheree Carpenter Journalism Nancy Clemens Journalism Rodney Donnelly Broadcasting Donald Dwiggins Communications Gail Griswold Journalism Sociology Judith Hutchinson Journalism Helen McCarthy Journalism Kathleen McNeil Journalism Shelley Overholt Communications Patti Rogers Journalism Kristen Schweizer Journalism Humanities Div. Rebecca Self Journalism IIIaii i 1) Tilden Counts, 2) Edward Thorn, 3) Donald Parsons, 4) Harold Waters • ■■ Vim i • ' wm iss4 ; I ' , k •■■■ I I n. r . Douglas Sitta Speech Christine Tobler Journalism Spanish Hugh Tolle Broadcasting Lynn Tutan Journalism Barbara Ward Broadcasting Brand Whitlock Broadcasting Laura Wilder Journaiism Patricia Wixted Broadcasting LEARNING, TO TELL THE WORLD Communications is no longer the study of how to write the least amount of words in the least amount of space, being careful not to offend anyone, tell any secrets, or miss any deadlines. The deadlines are still every bit as important and every bit as threatening. But virtually everything else has changed or is under- going change as the profession of Communications strives to meet the need of a fast-paced world. It has become a complicated system of relaying information made even more complicated by the question of the people ' s right to know, the press ' s right to print, and the government ' s right to withhold. Also present are issues of ethics, moral obligation, and the gray areas of law that have not, and seemingly cannot be defined. Mass communications in all forms has far surpassed the limits of the small town newspaper and has taken on the world. With modern technology, man can com- municate with man over thousands of miles instanta- neously. Via radio and telecommunication virtually hundreds of millions of people can participate in one event simultaneously. The world of Communications has become a highly competitive one. Striving to achieve excellence in a field where excellence is es- sential, all aspects of communication ore studied: writ- ing, editing, photography, layout, VDT (video display terminal) technology, broadcasting, advertising, pub- lic relations, media law. Understanding the art of mass communication is learning to tell the world about itself. And it is understanding the electronics, technology, theories, and hard work that it takes to get the mes- sage across. ■t. rrw iitrv. ' rffn ciTzawf ' f Jifi - f » i t » Rhebel Ambrose Early Childhood Ed. Kathy Anderson Elementary Ed. Nancy Anderson Christian Ed. Susan Balough Elementary Ed. Janda Bazemore Elementary Ed. Freida Bennett Special Ed. Sally Blackwell Elementary Ed. Coleen Brander Elementary Ed. Roberta Browne Christian Ed. Sociology Denyse Bryan Elementary Ed. Patricia Busch Elementary Ed. Cheryl Carty Elementary Ed. Susan Gates Elementary Ed. Mary Curran Elementary Ed. Leslie Ferguson Elementary Ed. Jennifer Flannagan Elementary Ed. Mona Fulton Elementary Ed. Clarissa Hucknall Elementary Ed. Nancy Huston Elementary Ed. Juli Johnson Elementary Ed. Timothy Kirkhart Education Carolyn Kirkland Elementary Ed. Trade Latham Elementary Ed. Darlene Layton Elementary Ed. 11 J,:J - SEEKING TO REACH The study of Education is the study of the art of teach- ing. Those involved in the pursuit of this discipline are concerned with finding those methods of teaching which are most effective to a wide range of students. Many majors involved in Education specialize in one area such as teaching children with Specific Learning Disabilities (SLD). Trends in teaching and new theories of communicating ideas are examined and incorpo- rated wherever possible. School curriculum is studied, as is Business Education. Field work is a part of every major ' s program. Practical experience in any field is one of the most valuable forms of learning and Educa- tion is no exception. The majors work with trained teachers, and then on their own. They discover meth- ods of handling a class, retaining discipline while still teaching effectively. They act and react to situations drawing from the information gathered in previous lec- ture and discussion classes. Always seeking to reach the unreachable child with a new bit of knowledge, the education major continues in the course of study that has become a life goal. 1) JoAnn Ebert; 2) Marian Calway u.M ' iLa axfi fKfxffii.i ' fsn v tisrii fS : - .r r ♦ t ♦ Judith Mattera Elementary Ed. Helen Mcintosh Elementary Ed. Maureen Murphy Elementary Ed. Anna Myrick Elementary Ed. Holly Nance Elementary Ed. Adele Oare Elementary Ed. i f% p ill ' iiiiuJ Lowanda Pack Elementary Ed. Jolyn Parrott Elementary Ed. Rhonda Reichel Elementary Ed. Verna Roberts Elementary Ed. Dian Senif Elementary Ed. Candace Shuck Elementary Ed. Brenda Snyder Elementary Ed. Pamela Warner Elementary Ed. John Watkins Elementary Ed. Joan Webber Elementary Ed. Janice Whitney Elementary Ed. Linda Willis Elementary Ed. Karen Withers Elementary Ed. Kathryn Zobel Elementary Ed. 1) Louise Pitt; 2) Jack Haynes; 3) Mary Virginia Peaslee; 4) Poul Fleming LAN Karen Compton Adele Converse Spanish Banks Corl English Janet Freckelton Spanish 1) Raymond Lott 2) Gerda Von Paleske 3) Carlos Calonge 4) Wesley Ryols 5) Wal- lace Brandon i - «. . 3 n M TRADING THOUGHTS AND IDEAS English. Spanish. French. German. Language is defined as human speech, written or spol en. It is a vital part of our existence. The study of a language involves the study of a culture and a people as v ell. As such, it not only opens new doors to communication, but it also furthers understanding of a world made up of a diversi- ty of people, set apart by the differences in custom, values, and education. The study of English is the study of that means of communication which we claim as our own. But it is o study which is by no means made easier by the fact that it is the language we have grown up with. A language is an intricate, complicat- ed system of trading thoughts and ideas. Few use the system correctly. This is also true in foreign language. The study of Spanish, French, or German is a study that allows an individual to communicate with and under- stand another individual of that native language. It is an understanding that comes not only from the knowl- edge of vocabulary and grammar, but also from the knowledge of the history and lifestyle of that person. Communication in a particular language demands that use of the language be correct ond complete. The art of writing is as essential as the art of speaking. The study of a language means the study of the great literary works in that language as well. Writing, read- ing, speaking, opening our minds to new cultures and new ideas ... all are part of the language major. W17 ' Deborah Leis English Mariam Malik French Tessa Steendyk Spanish Kristiann Venderlic English David Bailey Physical Ed. Donald Brady Physical Ed. Robert D ' Amora Physical Ed. John Dipersio Physical Ed. David Elliott Physical Ed. ::».• : THE SCIENCE OF LIVING Physical Education brings into focus that which is often forgotten at school where intellect is the primary pur- suit. " Not minds alone, " means that there is more to growing and learning and becoming complete indi- viduals than just expanding our mental capacity to think and to understand. An important port of who we are is our physical being. Physical Education is the study of how to achieve goals physically, calling upon our bodies to act and react skillfully and with endur- ance, building health which affects all other aspects of our lives. Anatomy and dietetics ore studied, along with rules and requirements and teaching methods for sports and dance. Jogging becomes aerobics, " the science of living and breathing in air. " Participation in athletics gives the indiyidual not only a greater under- standing of himself, but also an understanding of his teammate or opponent. He begins to recognize strengths in himself that he con depend upon, as well as weaknesses that he must improve upon. Competi- tion is a challenge, and inspires the players to contin- ually look for ways to improve. Mental gymnastics are incorporated as well as physical ones, as a knowledge of the body is essential to success in this field. Strategy is always used in competition, and here again the key is knowing the players and the game played. Physical Education majors strive to bring together learning and training in an effort to understand the potential that is locked within the physical makeup of man. 1) James Bush, 2) Hal Smeltzly, 3) Harold Wissel; 4) Charley Matlock Lt» .- . .- .■■■ , ' f ft . J ' ... David Riker Physical Ed. Donald Shields Physical Ed. Cynthia Smith Physical Ed. Greg Sylvester Physical Ed. Tamara Timms Physical Ed. Job York Physical Ed. Richard Kerper Physical Ed. John Lackey Physical Ed. Robert Leitner Physical Ed. Mike McClaskey Physical Ed. Diana Miller Physical Ed. Maria Musante Physical Ed. Martine Peyser Physical Ed. Daniel Richey Physical Ed. HIS Dedra Bell Political Science Gina Bieber Political Science Janice Boutwell History Mary Carlin Political Science THE RICHNESS OF HERITAGE It has been said that the people who do not study their own history are doomed to repeat its failures. History is the record of where we have been, what we have done, who we were in the past. It is the richness of heritage, the pride in the courage of forefathers, the privilege of viewing a society ' s actions in retrospect. To understand our history more fully is to understand ourselves more fully. To understand the history of other nations is to understand how those people thought and acted in years gone by, and then even to predict how they will think and act in the future. This is where Political Science takes its place next to the study of History. This discipline seeks to understand the workings of government at all levels, the negotiations of world powers that affect all our lives. Political Science stud- ies the mindset of other nations, and evaluates our relationship with them. It investigates how government works for the people, and how the people can work for the government. History and Political Science teach how it happened in the post, how it is happen- ing now, and in what ways it can happen more effec- tively in years to come. 1) John Santosuosso; 2) Larry Durrence. 3) Steven Hunt. 4) Frank Hodges. 5) Rand Sutherland David Cotes History William Evans Political Science Michael Fortner Political Science Richard Hamilton Political Science Dale Hightower Political Science Richard Mcever Political Science Albert McLelland Political Science James Perkins Political Science Cynthia Schoff Political Science Dean Whitaker History ' ::: . m if!:mmmmmm ' 2 ia tf3 ' B, VtU if. [trifVf9WK sSjnt-i ' iSfM fOt ■ - - - MAT Linda Amundsen Mathematics Samuel Campbell Mathematics Virginia Crooks Mathematics Helen Dunn Mathematics Cindy Ewbank Mathematics Roland Fasolo Mathematics Donald Hays Mathematics Deborah Hooker Mathematics A A ■ ' ' Christa Johnson Mathematics Business Adm. Robert Mcleeny Mathematics Journalism Deborah Robinson Mathematics Donna Via Mathematics Diana Willey Mathematics Ifi ff r A PROCESS OF THINKING The derivative of a quotient is the denominator times the derivative of the numerator minus the numerator times the derivative of the denominator over the de- nominator squared. Students of Mathematics know this maxim from their days in Calculus I. There is some- thing within the mind that obtains satisfaction from taking a problem, proceeding through logical steps, and arriving at a solution that is concrete and tangi- ble. Mathematics is a discipline in which there are an- swers, not just questions. But if it is the concrete and tangible which draw students into a study of Math- ematics, it is not long before they find they must also deal in the abstract. They also learn that even in this day of computer technology and miniature calcula- tors, much of the computing and calculating must be done in their heads. Each class presents the challenge to incorporate new information and draw from proce- dures already learned. It is a progressive accumulation of knowledge valuable not only to specialized career choices, but also to mathematical problems that pre- sent themselves daily in our world of business and technology. A study in mathematics prepares the gra- duate to face the demands of research work, teach- ing, commercial enterprise, and economic under- standing, as well as many others. Mathematics in- volves a process of thinking, as well as a numerical understanding of our world. ; -clto)+2a(4 d7 f7-Cu z)-CY ) = 7(i: 37 X IT = c-cl( x ' ) pEQl = 2B -a (7c+ 1) Allen Wuertz, 2) Daniel Carreira: 3) Lane Goodson; 4) Henry Hartje pmUSa J r ■j Vl i . ie t£ ' fm9tiV. tifi 97:t£ tA m ' Sa|)|l MUS Z " . 1) Donna Miller, 2) Bennett Penn. 3) Robert MacDonald, 4) Rita Fandrichi kp K A MODE OF SELF EXPRESSION For ages mankind has used music as a mode of self expression, on ouflef of creativity. Music forms a vehi- cle of worship, an avenue of communication. It is an art and a science. Music is a universally enjoyed ex- perience, but few listeners actually know why it is so pleasing. The study of music is the study of those sounds and groups of sounds that can be combined into an effective pattern. An understanding of theory and composition is essential for the serious music stu- dent to more fully understand that instrument or as- pect of music in which he has decided to concentrate his studies. The composition of music, the theory, is a math within itself. Strict guidelines must be adhered to until the basics ore mastered. Only then is creativity allowed to move on its own, and it is then that the wonder of this form of art and communication takes on all the dimensions that make it so unique. Also part of the study of music is the performance. Preparation is intensive, whether individual or group. The musician learns to handle pressure and the reactions of on audi- ence while still maintaining his professionalism as he performs. Learning to incorporate proficiency on pi- ano, experience on various other instruments, prac- tice in directing, varied forms of composition, the histo- ry of music, and participation in ensembles, the music major gains an understanding of the complexity and limitless possibilities of his study. As in any art where creativity and expression play such an essential part, the music major is bound only by the limits of his own imagination. Li Thomas Argersinger Music Ed. Warren Butler Music Management Catherine Edgar Music Ed. Dallas Edwards Music Ed. Deborah Feller Music John Gill III Music Ed. Raymond Gregory Music Management Wanda Hough Music Ed. Ingrid Johnson Music Management Barry Jordan Music Ed. m-!fiv!Bi}Mvefimmiftmii iimiimsm ' s. - - ' ' « . o n Matthews, Jr. Music Debra Milby Music Wilbert Moss Music Ed. Sara Starks Music Management Janice Weishaupt Music Fred Vigue Music Ed. I ■ .- . i m Cl 1 i t 1! 207 1 . w :i ' ■ ' • ' ♦ ' ■ - ■ l-..i. Sharon Adams Social Work Bennie Allred Psychology Nancy Arcand Sociology Philip Bayne Sociology Barbara Brantley Psychology David Broome Psychology Linda Cassels Social Sci. Div. Laura Cotton Psychology Toby Cunz Psychology Sara Davis Psychology Jeannie Eckel Sociology Ben Fincher Psychology t: i f ft WORKING WITH PEOPLE Psychology is Sociology on on individual bosis. Sociolo- gy is Psychology on a community basis. Both disciplines deal with understanding the mind, and both involve counselling. Neither is a new field, yet each has gained important recognizion in recent times. Students of Psy- chology and Sociology strive to gain understanding as to the workings of human thought and reason. What sort of things make us act the way we do? Why do we play tricks on our own minds? Why do we handle relationships the way we do? Why do people play the gomes people play? Majors of these two fields seek the answers to such questions. The study of psycholo- gy involves understanding oneself before one can tru- ly seek to understand someone else. In exploring the inner workings of the human mind, the student begins to catch a glimpse of the complexity of such workings, to catch a glimpse of the complexity of the study itself. In studying psychology, experiments are a major source of information. Rats ore used in lob work. Con- clusions are drawn, and ore used to conceive new experiments, or to help solve already recognized problems. The Sociology major uses surveys as a study method, to understand the mind of various popula- tions. Field work is promoted in the study of sociology. Often work is on cases of home or parole board. It is here that the sociology major puts theories into prac- tice. But more importantly it is here that the Sociology major learns the most about working with people, about their hopes and fears, about their needs, and how they can best be met. For the Psychology and Sociology major the most important aspect of their study is people, understanding them, and developing the skill of helping them help themselves. 1)Christopher Weaver. 2)Barbara Sreenan. 3) Richard Burnette joking with Melinda Blair Lii abeth Francisco Psychology Elizabeth Fraser Sociology Spanish Donald Funi Sociology Michael Gallemore Psychology Gail Geary Psychology Julia Hanlon Sociology Teresa Huey Sociology Jane Jenkins Sociology Barbara Kelso Psychology Carolyn Koger Sociology ( i Ji.. n 1 ■ rep Ua B.Ma ici Iri v kkl ■|-T .il I 1) Edwin Plowman; 2) Gregory Mugg: 3) San- dra Ivey; 4) Steven Hunt ii I J J in a J. I III Kevin Korth Sociology Patricia Lavoy Social Science Div. Rhonda Leffell Sociology Renea Miles Psychology Mary Neiswonder Psychology Timothy Oleary Sociology Wanda Perea Sociology John Quigley Psychology John Ruffin Sociology Sandra Stephens Psychology Shah Strong Social Science Div. Karen Tabb Sociology Rosa Vidol Psychology Stephen Walton Sociology Harriet Woods Sociology ■♦ : - ' »- REL Edward Finch III Religion Journalism Jay Johnson Religion James Jordan Sacred Music . L- f A ROAD TO UNDERSTANDING Religion majors ore involved in studies which require not only on intellectual understanding of new and re- thought ideas, but also an in-depth examination of beliefs long held sacred. The study of religion is a study of the beliefs of others as well as our own. But the main emphasis is on Christianity, what it means to the indi- vidual, the church, and the world. Methods of teach- ing are examined in a specialized area of religion known as Christian Education. Christianity has a long and intricate history, contained largely in the Old and Mew Testaments of the Bible. Understanding exactly what is written, what it meant in the day of the writer and what it means now, is the challenge. But in order to progress from stage one to a deeper, more effec- tive knowledge that understanding is crucial. So in the study of religion, various roads to understanding are examined, and the student finds in his own experience which is most valuable. Also examined in the study of religion is the church ' s influence on history and on soci- ety today. The philosophy of religion is looked into, as well as the theological themes that are found in litera- ture. Archeology is one of mankind ' s methods for dis- covering more facts and figures concerning the chil- dren of Yahweh in ages past. Christian ethics, which has a history of long debate and elusive conclusions, is looked into and applied to the student ' s own life. Var- ious books of the Bible are studied in depth, with em- phasis on exegetical work. This gives the student of religion the opportunity to incorporate what he has learned about understanding and interpreting scrip- ture, and also allows him to use his own insight and knowledge of God the Creator, God the Son, and God the Spirit. Within the framework of religion classes, discussions are held that further expand thought. Al- though the pursuit is intellectual, it does not end there. Beyond intellect there is, in this study, the element of faith that prompts the student of religion to reach for heights of understanding yet unobtoined. Ray McLellan Sacred Music Melissa McMillan Religion 1 Thomas Schick Religion Lois Wolfe Christian Ed. 1) Walter Weaver, 2) Frank Johnson: 3) Walte Willis; 4) John Cook saa;p t)i miitrr iL iia i Jf?7 ♦ ; - ' yv Kimberly Barksdale Biology Renatta Cochran Biology Walter Conti Biology Matthew Crackel Biology Patricia Fisher Biology Deborah Fowler Biology Scott Gurd Biology Vicki Hall Biology Lynn Harmon Biology Mae Henderson Biology 1) Thomas Willard, 2) Howard Dinsmore, 3) John Hal- deman: 4 John Tompkins, 5) John Tripp 6) Margaret Gilbert p. w 1 Cynthia Mollis Biology Douglas Howe Biology Sociology Louis Irwin Chemistry Jerry Jensen Biology Chemistry r fpimwifff it ii i i ' t w ' : - ■ ' .■ THE UNENDING JOURNEY TO UNDERSTAND The study of Science is one in wlnich answers create more questions, and tliose questions are sometimes unanswerable. But not forever. The challenge in the disciplines of science stem from the fact that science is always changing, becoming more complete. But in that very act we realize how little we really know, and how much more information there is to be obtained. Biology, Chemistry, Physics . . . the study of nature and unw ritten truths . . . the unending search to under- stand all the Universe, how God mode it and how it works ... all are part of the pursuit of science. In the long, low halls of Polk Science mysteries are revealed and secrets are unlocked. Students learn more about the world we live in and how man fits in as a whole. The discipline is thorough, investigating all, from the lowly single-celled wonders to the ever reaching heavens of astronomy lab. The massive construction of earth seen in geology is related to the inviolable laws gleaned from physics. All mediums are employed in the quest to discover. The Science student is involved in large lecture classes, smaller study sessions, lobs, labs, labs, and labs. For many of the majors work in these areas is only preliminary work to the study of medicine or re- search that will follow. All forms of life are examined, from botony to human anatomy. Conservation is also looked into, as it is essential to our survival on this planet we call home. Animal physiology is studied, as well as microbiology and atomic and nuclear science. The Science student seeks to be knowledgable in var- ious areas, as all are interrelated. The search for an- swers goes on. 1) Charles Eickenberg; 2) George Robin- son; 3) Laurence Campbell ' i l Donald Jones Natural Science Div. Gregg Jones Biology Valerie Ludwig Biology Pre-Med Maria Martinez Biology Susan Mashke Biology Sandra McKenzie Biology Nelly Nunley Biology Gayla Powers Natural Science Div. Llisa Rogers Chemistry Wayne Talamonti Chemistry Judy Thonnas Biology Joy Watkins Biology Mary Watkins Biology Robert Workman Chemistry Han Yang Biology Steven Zehnzner Chemistry 1 1 Pb Bi 83 Po m At 85 M i , K: % Er f?9 Tm 69 m- Li 1 y| M i. ' -k • " ♦- • ' ■• Junior Class Officers: David Liddle, President; Joe Ferrucci. Male Senafor, Wendy Ingram, Female Senator; Allison Porks, SUB, Representative; Valorie Hochgraver, Senator-at-large A " i vifi i Gail Acebes Deborah Adams Steven Addoir Sandra Allen Jasper Allman, Jr. Kurt Alston Stephen Ambrose Carl Anderson John Armatas Roger Armstead Dana Arnall Mary Leigh Arnold Pamela Bodgley .il s r Hugh Arthur Patricia Atkins Daniel Austin, Jr Lori Austin John Ayers Linda Baos . 4 •■ t Greg Bagwell Martin Banks ■ 1 Lydia Banton Greggri Bantz k i ■ Laurie Barnes a Ai Patricia Barnes Robyn Bass Jack Botes Jessica Bauer Shirley Beals Edword Bebb i Mk Pamela Becker Sharon Becker Sally Begley Chris Bellotto Steven Bennett Douglas Besecker (Pi George Bessette Luanzo Block Betty Blockstone Brett Bloir Jane Boiling William Boyd Wfiiii,C ! JIiiL K.SB£iil!ffr9-]mmm Edward Boza Carol Bradshaw Jamie Bradshaw Debl Brannon Elizabeth Brooks Jennifer Bruce k.. 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Douglas Gellatly Craig Gero David Gibson Marylou Gillespie John Gilmore Murray Glass km Christopher „ Monica David Glenny Rhonda Glisson Kathy Gluth GomoDer Suzanne Gouiet Gratkowski % Carolyn Gray Karen Gregory Virginia Grey Cecilia Grimes Howard Guard Scott Gudzok f - %l ' ■■ t " i Laura Hale Elaine Hall Lawrence Hall Randal Halter Susan Hamlin Mork Hanisee o i -: T ( Benjamin Hardin, Suzanne Hardy Amy Harlacher Deborah Harris Julie Hartsell Philip Hartsfield i ' ' ' J Valerie Hartzog Paul Hawks Charles Hayes III Michael Hayes David Hayford Kimberly Head ill k David Heitzenrater Sandra Hendren Linda Hesher Frances Higgins Marty Hill 1 . ' Mi- |tf Mh Peter Holman Michael Holmes Sandra Holt Christine Holzer Sheri Howard ' :{:r -jm!mm ' mm i ii,iii »7i uLy .: 17fctrfn -H " - - - . A Patricia Huckery Pamela Hudson Mark Hughes Laurie Hurl burt Steven Huston John Ingram I Wendy Ingram )1 Barbara Israel Anne Jackson James Jackson, Jr Alison Jakes Cindy James A Gretchen Johnson Laura Johnson James Jones Terri Joplin Ellen Jordan Jerry Jordan 1? m ii Bryant Joyner Terry Kassien Gwen Kellman Kevin Kelly Elizabeth Kenney Scott Kilgore n 1 Susan Kirk wood Cindy Klein Audrey Knight Donald Koch Nancy Konsler Brian Kramer t . ■1 t-7 i James Kridle Jeffrey Lamb Donna Langston Jeffrey Larson Dru Lashbrook Cindy Lostinger O I i »,A.. Cynthia Layman Lawrence Lebo Randi Lebowitz John Lee Patricia Lee Glen LeFeber e f © D t A V 1) ...r ■ f John Letti John Lewis David Liddle Shari Lisak Amarilis Lopez Cynthia Louer A © r Sarah Lupfer Kathleen Malloy Susan Maloy Donna Maneggia Karri Mann Ronald Mann l i K Elizabeth Manns Darci Marshall Joel Martineau Georgie Mason John Matthews Suzanne Mattox - ' i a it J Elizabeth Vera Mazzanti McDermott Theresa McGinty George McKnight Beverly McLear McMahon f i Mark Mears James Mediate Ricky Mentzer Elizabeth Menzies William Merchant Kelly Merwin Anthony Miller Nancy Sue Miller Patricia Mitchell Brian Mollet Lois Montgomery Montaomerv Jill Morton Kathy Morton Jacquelinn Mullikin Clinton Murvin, Jr. Connie Nash Rhonda Neal kii John Nemjo Gerald Nichols. Jr. John Nichols Rebecca Nichols Jill Noblit Cesar Odio 1 f " B Margaret Maiese Mary O ' Geary Robin O ' Hagan Karen Olsen Craig Olson ° Overstreet, f t J Randal Pack Lisa Pannazzo Allison Parks David Parry Thomas Patri Bonnie Perciasepe Dorina Perrone Joseph Petrulionis Richard Petry, Jr Joy Pettry Julie Pfaender Michael Piatnik Kimberly Poinsett Ebbie Sue Pou Mary Primm Thomas Propst Linda Pugh Linda Pullum 1 VI Kelley Purdy Amy Quist Julia Raines Fernando Tracy Reift Karon Ring Reategui ; " • • ' • - -f. SitSi Hal Robbins II Rosalie Robbins Glide Roberson A. Roberto B Robinson Denise Robson N . L Joan Rogers Penny Rogers Priscilla Rooks V. Rosevear William Ross Denise Sanscrainte 1 , it " I 1 David Sardinha Gary Sawyer Karen Schauseil Kenneth Schilling Patricia Schilling F. Schmolkuche ) . illpillJkiil ' Todd Schmidt Brent Sears Sonno Sellors Gordon Selley Diane Shackelford L. Shackelford Elizabeth Shafer Lanito Shorpe Karen Shusterman Brian Sickles Barbara Simcox Sendee Sirois Susan Snoles i f Allen Stephens 0. i {id: o not available Eleanor Sloan Quinton Smith Robert Smith Jr. Robert Smith Stacy Smith Gregory Snell 4f Teri Sorg Tiber Spagina Joseph Spann Steve Springer William Stead ts r. A Paul Stiff Gale Strain B, Strickland Denise Stroud Donald Stuart i im a Julie Taylor Michael Swindell William Swindle Wendy Tolomonti Michael Tanzi Pamela Taylor Wando Taylor Felix Tertulien P. Thrower Janet Tobin viva k .a ii ' .M ' Ciftf .TiStm» - • t f. KA k •IK MM Laura Telle Laura Tolley Eric Torrey Joseph Tripp Miriam Trotter Dennis Valdes i ♦ ' J [x S V. F Walter Vaughn Charles Vilushis Carol Viner J. Voglewede Jean Vollman Carol Walker Daniel Walker Cynthia Walsh Mary Watson Kevin Weaver Anne Webber G. Weitermann 5 v i|t,l. " ' IL kV A IL i ■■■• ' i ■ « ' TllJ Susan Welch John Weller Jennifer Wetzel Jethro White Susan White M. Whitehead i 1: Msi .. m Alice Williams Fred Williams Jack Williams Brenda Wilson Becky Winkler Scott Winsett i A m ' i ii Susan Wolfe Doris Wood Sarah Woodford Toni Woods Carol Wormwood Steven Wright - ' ' Sophomore Class Officers: Witt Mclsaac. President; Paul Kennedy, Male Senator; Margie Reece, Female Senator David Adair Heidi Adkisson Craig Albright Jomes Allen Claudine Alson Otis Andrews. Jr. i John Ankenbrandt William Arnold Gregory Auz Jeffrey Aylett Deborah Barker Eileen Barnas Hi I :, i " i i ff . V:. ' i ' .- IM S. Baskerville Peter Battaglia Debra Bauer Alan Belcher Robert Bendfeldt Carol Bennett £M Johanna Berman Sue Bischoff G. 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Susanne Saffron Shoron Sorgeont Woyne Sounders Janet Sawyer Robin Sowyer Steven Scheck rs Anne Scheitlin Cana Schmidt Carolyn Schmitz Darrell Schultz George Sechrist III Samuel Seibert ' C A t ■ ' XI ' . Carlos Seoone Robert Settle Karen Shackelford i . i William Shea Joseph Sims Kevin Sims lytfXtnOLiiVffWV IUSl.tUtlKi .irSiiJJII ' ltf r.f Jn ' . " ; ' r- i , : 1 . f ' lLit Leonard Slider Robert Snead Miriam Speakman Carol Spears William Steele Edward Stephens iiini : Karen Stephens s ephen Sharon Stephey Albert Stephens Jack Stewart Kathy Stewart Donna St. , _,. Germain Judith Stoepker Steven Struck Steven Sviontek Charles Swartz Ana Teran 1 .., Temple Thomas Todd Thomas Peter Thompson Krys Triffon William Tucker Joseph Turk 0% i tfiiii ( f %: ' Jeffrey Tuton Etter Usher III K Van Antwerp, g. Vanderstyne Lawrence Vignola Thomas Waddell Cynthia Wagner Thomos Wallis teffrev Warren Debra Waterbury Kelly Waters Melinda Webster } George Weekley Curtis Weishoupt Nancy Wells William Wells Leigh West Jan Whitehill - 1. 1 m mm i . John Wilcenski Robin Wilkinson Jeffrey Williams Laura Williams Nancy Williams Donald Winters ,. ( 1 ' 1 i Loralei Wisbeski Cathy Woerner David Workman Beth Worthington Jonathan Wreede Neil Yates Damon Yerkes Lisa Young ■Pt tfmsti mmmi ..rimnncifvew-iiiitiiaKl i-aXiJfflsriimi JI ' ' ' : ■ .-: Freshman Class Officers: Shelly Harrison, President, Craig Clendinen, Male Senator, Jennifer Rou, Female Senator; John Whitehead, S.U.B, Representative Jocelyn Acer Robbin Achille Tom Adams Leslie Ada Renee Aherron Kym Aitken Kathleen Alter Gaily Aiumbough Beverly Anderson Carolyn Anderson David Anderson Susan Anderson Vicky Anderson Dana Andrew Craig Antico Maria Arana Lisa Arcand Bryan Babrowicz r • vS i B t w iV ,. Mary Bailey Steven Baisch Monica Baker Stephen Balough Scott Bamonte Sharon Barbour Eddie Barnett Kathyanne Beam Robert Beck Rainer Becker Mary Bednar Alan Bell Kristia Berry Tracey Best Kam Blackburn Kimberly Blackwelder Catherine Blanton Joyce Blom Cynthia Bogle Wendy Bolin Linda Bosworth Gary Botti James Boulware Gerald Bowles Tami Bowring Sherrie Boyd Myrna Bree Amy Bretches Mark Brisbin Laura Briskman Haley Brock Scott Brockman Linda Brooks Lisa Brooks Jackie Bryan Gaye Bua Susan Buck Sharon Budzinski Gregg Burdett Robert Burnette Andrew Cameron Janet Campbell ■ : " ■ " • Jenny Campbell Brenda Cannon James Capps Martin Carongelo John Carpenter Martha Carroll Renee Carroll Michelle Carter Jane Cattarius Joseph Ciminello John Clark Michael Clarkson Richard Clous Craig Clendinen Natasha Cline Nancy Cloidt Bradley Cluxton Ty R. Cobbs Peter Coleman Kimberly Collins Carrie Compton Peter Condo Jo Anne Conn David Cook Tami Corbett Carolyn Corso William Costello Kotherine Cote Peter Cottrell Todd Cowgill Sherrie Crane Kathleen Crenshaw E, Crespode Vazquez Edward Crews Catherine Crossman John Cuellar Robert Cullinan Nancy Custer Mary Czajka Gary Davidson Jeffrey Deaterly Mary Deichsel Cheryl DelMastro Randale Dell Lyie Delph Timmy Delph Donald Derle Susan Derr Titia deVoogt Cynthia Dickens Mary Dieffenwlerth Diane Dierk John Dietrich Susan Digiandomenico Barbara Dinger Mary Dix Michael Domalske John Donahue Steve Donatelli Michael Douglas Ellen Downie Lorraine Drake David Duda Kotherine Dunn Arthur Durity Barbara Dusenberry Mark Eody James Eaton Charles Eaves Mary Eckel Patrick Edgev orth Robin Edwards Philippa Egley Lenor Eicher Suzanne Elbon Mary Eldredge Jonathan Ellis Laura Ellsvv ' orth Sylvia Escobar John Estes Joseph Falls Linda Farber Paulo Farina Laurie Forquhar 247 rtiMMp« t».. 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Fennell Stephen Ferenz Bill Ferguson LIdia Fernandez George Ferris Jeff Fillmore Blanche Marie Fisackerly Gino Fitzmaurice Lori Fogel Kathryn Ford Nino Forrester Elaine Foret Michael Fornaro Michele Friedman Frances Francisco Richard Fowler Gwenette Fuller Glenn Gabriel James Gaesser Thaddeus Gorber Virginia Garber Lynn Garrison William Geeslin Janice Geiger Susan Ghaemaghami William Glode Kathryn Good Jane Gordon Suzanne Gordon Thomas Gordon Keith Gray John Graham A « 1- , fl f ©i5 Donna Greener Jon Grieshaber Beth Griffin Sonja Griffin Emiiy Griffith Karl Gruen George Grundler Blake Guiles Allison Hainsfurther Frank Halili Jean Halloran Bruce Halstead James Handley Nancy Harder Cindy Hardin Craig Hardin Mary Harrell Lisa Harrington Jay Harris Worth Harris Joanna Harrison Shelly Harrison James Hathaway Leslie Hayworth Kathryn Hedgcock Ann Heller Beverly Hencinski Joyce Henriqu es Brian Hepler Daniel Hermany, Jr. Sherri Herrero Trudy Hildebrand Suzanr e Hiob Kent Hobart Bonnie Hoffman Janis Hogue Traya Hollady Richard Holmes, Jr. Stephen Holmes Lisa Holwerda Debra Hostetter Heather Hough ■4 ■• ■ ' • ? ■ Holly Howard Anne Hubbard Martha Huber William Huckabee Katherine Hudson Keith Hulbert Eugene Humble Mark Hungerford Dorothy Hunt Nancy Hunter Lucille Huston Patricia Hutchinson Harlindis Hutt Phil ller Kim Isaacs Charles Jackson Robert Jogger David James Elizabeth James Steven James Melvin Jarrett Brian Jeffries Margaret Jenkins William Jensen Christopher Johns Denise Johnson Donald Johnson Jody Johnson Robert Johnson Tamera Johnson Griff Jones Jerry Jorgensen Debra Joseph Tillie Joyner Michele Kabel Marilyn Kapraun Andrew Kassman James Kazonecki Hollie Keating Charlene Keiter Scott Keller Jim Kelley fH fi a fH f: LeEtta Kern David King Nancy King Amy Kirsch Robert Kissner Carol Kistler Charles Klein Judy Klingensmith Scott Knigtits Nancy Knight David Knowles Jamie Knox Bradley Knuth Kris Kokomoor Keith Kovach Kerry Krojicek Craig Kumpf Julie Lacagnin Lori Laflamme Lissa Lagoni June Landis Peter Langendorff Morgan Laur Dutf Lavi Doreen Lawrence Laura Leitner Robert Lennon Leanne Levett James Lewis Lavinia Lewis Brian Lightle Gretchen Lindberg Dianne Lindgren Robert Liphart Carta Lloyd Erik Lloyd Brigette Loesche James Lowery Karen Loyer Lee Luce Steven Luciani Elaine Lussier 251 ' t :0. 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Crom Mauclin McGann Suzanne Meade Gaye Mebane Randy Meekins Kenneth Menzies Maureen Merrigan Daryl Meyer Elise Meyer Beth Miller Liz Moore Sean Murphy Timothy Murphy Linda Munson Elizabeth Mallory Eileen Marsala Lisa Mason Angela Mathis Timothy Maus Lisa Maynord Jeffrey Mazzamaro Patrick McCabe Jean McCallum Barbara McCarter Bonnie McCarter Anne McCarty Daniel McCoomb Kim McDonald Susan McMillan Joseph Mee Diane Meyer Sl A ' A S ft -v i ii Jfc Todd Michelson Janet Miles Christina Miles Elizabeth Miller Mark Mines Amy Mock Kim Mocny Jay Moore Monte Monteleagre Carmen Morejon Daniel Morton Jackie Moskal Ann Moss Susanna Moulton Carol Mullen Carol Munday Mark Munson Edwin Nantes Dianne Naugle Cheryl Neff Laurie Nelson Kelly Nickerson Andrew Nickse Lore Nielsen Kim Nobile Kelly Nocco John North James Northrup David Nourse Timothy Oak Karin O ' Dowd Kurt OettI Chester Olejasz Chris O ' Meara Stephen O ' Neil Dean O ' Neill r4:t -0. ' ' 0y- Jeremy Osborn Marshel O ' Shields Mark Otiewski Donna Owens Stephen Owen Kimberly Page David Palmer Chen Parker Christina Parker Dave Parker Weldon Parsons Mark Pattullo Alexander Peacock Michael Pesanello John Peterson Warren Phillips William Phillips Rhonda Pickering Constance Piemont e John Pine Anne Podesto Diana Potochney Maisie Powell David Price Deanna Price Koroline Pridgen Paul Puckett Jenny Puffer Dwayne Quill Laura Quinn Betsy Racht Richard Rassmann Willie Reeves Richard Rejnert Diane Renninger Joy Reynolds Mary Rhymer Vicki Rice Matthew Richards Priscilla Richardson Dawn Riddle Margaret Ridley S ' B fl A • f Garth Rinard Susan Ritsema Julie Roork Liz Robert Susan Ross Jeffrey Rothwell Jennifer Rou Cynthia Roy Sheri Rude Rich Russell James Sabia Kaldoon Sable Kourosh Saghaflan Margaret Samuels Sharon Sauls Cheryl Sawyer Harry Sawyer Denise Schooler Karen Schuetz Henry Schultz Lisa Seehafer Margaret Seelbach Raynette Seger Susan Service Tom Shaffer Laura Shanabarger Warren Shone Ellis Shanks Jeffrey Sheehan Melinda Shipley Tina Shroyer Erik Simes Peta Simons Holly Simpson Tracy Sims Sara Smeltzly Jennifer Smith Leo Snow Theresa Sole Lisa Sorrentino Jamie Sowers Vincent Spagnoletto 255 ' : . ; ' :» . Branson Speakman John Sportman Frank Spinosa Robert Steeg Bruce Stephenson Kipmon Steward Russell Steward Suzanne Stotfer Alice Stone J f ( f) Brian Strand Chris Strawser Pamela Stratos Linda Stuhldreher Kevin Sullivan Mary Sullivan Judith Tadlock David Tarnowski Tracy Tate Beverly Taylor Glynn Taylor Mark Taylor Maria Teran Douglas Thompson Lori Thompson Carson Thorn Robert Thwaites Andrea Tremblay Deborah Trombley Susan Truesdale Reta Turbeville Jill Tutan Barbara Twible Cynthia Upham David Vacca Anita Vailonis Cynthia Verssen f ft f r V f v -Q s f -S fl- « 1 f ' lrijiA Dana Wode Andrea Walker Ronald Wander Elizabeth Ward Linn Warfield John Watt Paul Weaver Shari Weaver Kelley Webb Michael Weber Jeffrey Weil James Welch James V. Welch Lance Weston Duane Wensel John Whitaker Catherine White Lisa White Nancy White William White John Whitehead Robert Whiteman Lisa Wilcoxon Jonathan Willey Fred Williams James Whitten Lawson Wolfe Judith Woloson Donna Wood Chris Yancey Lisa Young Nancy Young Glenn Zartman Elizabeth Ziel Tami Zinn Lucy Zuzulo m tm.TTT ' ' r:- ' 4- t ' THE CLASS OF 980 Senior Class Officers — Standing Left: Douglas Howe, Senior Student Union Board Representative. Standing Right: Sean Moore, Senior Male Senator: Seated: Karen Murray, Senior Female Senator: David William Elliot, Senior Class President. President ' s Scholar indicates a stu- dent who has earned a grade point average of 4.0 for at least one fif- teen hour semester. Dean ' s List indicates a student who has earned a grade point average of at least 3.5 for at least one fifteen hour semester. Honorary Societies Alpha Psi Omega Beta Beta Beta Delta Omicron Delta Sigma PI Kappa Delta Pi Drama Biology Women ' s Music Business Education Kappa Mu Epsilon Mathematics Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Phi Chi Theta Women ' s Business Phi Mu Alpha Pi Gamma Mu Psi Chi Sigma Delta Chi Sigma Delta Pi Theta Chi Beta Men ' s Music Social Science Psychology Journalism Spanish Religion Social Sororities Alpha Chi Omega Alpha Delta Pi Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Omicron Pi Delta Zeta Kappa Delta Phi Mu Zeta Tau Alpha Social Fraternities Kappa Alpha Lambda Chi Alpha Phi Sigma Kappa Pi Kappa Alpha Pi Kappa Phi Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Chi Sigma Phi Epsilon Tau Epsilon Phi Tau Kappa Epsilon Theta Chi Michael Abate — Uncasville, CT; Dean ' s List; Phi Sigma Kappa; Omi- cron Delta Kappa, Beta Beta Beta, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Delta Sigma Pi; Tennis Team, Fellowship ot Christian Athletes, Who ' s Who. Shari Adams — West Palm Beach, FL; Dean ' s List; Alpha Omicron Pi, Lit- tle Sister Tau Kappa Epsilon; Intra- murals. Alleen Adamson — Melbourne Beach, FL; Dean ' s List; Beta Beta Beta; Wesley Fellowship. Klmberly Reed Alexander — Jack- sonville, FL; President ' s Scholar; Little Sister Phi Sigma Kappa; Phi Chi The- ta, Omicron Delta Kappa; Student Affairs Committee, Junior Advisor, Association of Women Students, Who ' s Who. Dennis Thomas Alter — Boca Ra- ton, FL; President ' s Scholar; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Big Brother Zeta Tau Alpha; Omicron Delta Kappa, Beta Beta Beta; Who ' s Who, American Chemical Society, Interfraternity Council, Supreme Court. Rhebel Lee Ambrose — Lagos, Ni- geria; Association of Women Stu- dents. Kathy L. Anderson — Lantana, FL; Association of Women Students, Handbell Choir. Nancy Jean Anderson — Jackson- ville, FL; Delta Sigma Pi; Citrus Club, Women ' s Basketball Team. Nancy L Anderson — Bushnell, FL; Wesley Fellowship, Sigma Rho Epsi- lon, Pre-Ministerial Association, Vagabonds. Tom Argerslnger — Lakeland, FL; Dean ' s List; Tau Kappa Epsilon; Phi Mu Alpha, Omicron Delta Kappa; Concert Band, Dixieland Band, Chapel Choir, Chorale, Southern Singers, Who ' s Who, Intramurals. Susan Balough — Valrico, Fl; Phi Mu; Student Union Board, Vagabonds, Sailing Club. David Bailey — Auburndale, FL; Baseball Team. Kimberly Ann Barlcsdale — Detriot, Ml; Dean ' s List; Beta Beta Beta; Intra- murals, Who ' s Who, Junior Advisor, Miss Molly, Student Affairs Commit- tee, Association of Women Stu- dents, Moccettes, Vagabonds. Dedra Ann Bell — Miami Shores, FL; Dean ' s List; Delta Zeta; German Club, Panhellenic Council. Trudy Bell — Winter Haven, FL; Al- pha Delta Pi, Little Sister Sigma Al- pha Epsilon; Delta Sigma Pi; Associ- ation of Women Students, Judicial Board. Denlse Biacic — Fort Myers, FL; Kappa Delta, Little Sister Sigma Al- pha Epsilon; Delta Sigma Pi, Ameri- can Society for Personnel Adminis- tration, Intramurals. R. Phillip Bledsoe — Fort Lauder- dale, FL; President ' s Scholar; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Big Brother Alpha Del- ta Pi; Omicron Delta Kappa, Delta Sigma Pi; Who ' s Who, Committee on Student Affairs, Resident Advisor. Sydney Bowlln — Venice, FL; Delta Sigma Pi; Sailing Club, American So- ciety for Personnel Administration, Intramurals. Donald Brady — Warminster, PA; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Big Brother Zeta Tau Alpha; Soccer Team. Coleen A. Brander — Hollywood, FL; Alpha Delta Pi, Little Sister Pi Kappa Alpha. Donald G. Braswell, Jr. — Tampa, FL; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Resident Advisor, Student Affairs Committee, Who ' s Who. David Claric Brewer — Melbourne, FL; Dean ' s List; Phi Sigma Kappa; Al- pha Psi Omega, Omicron Delta Kappa; Vagabonds. Paul Broadhead — Lighthouse Point, FL; Dean ' s List; Phi Sigma Kappa, Big Brother Phi Mu; Alpha Psi Omega; Vagabonds. David H. Broome — Hollywood, FL; Sigma Chi, Big Brother Alpha Chi Omega; Psi Chi; Interfraternity Council. Roberta E. Browne — Pompano Beach, FL; President ' s Scholar; Theta Chi Beta, Omicron Delta Kappa; Student Government Association, Wesley Fellowship, Sigma Rh o Epsi- lon, Chorale, Pre-Ministerial Associ- ation, Who ' s Who, Miss Molly, Intra- murals. Denyse Bryan — Melbourne, FL; Dean ' s List; Zeta Tau Alpha, Little Sis- ter Phi Sigma Kappa; Kappa Delta Pi; Student Council for Exceptional Children, Soccer Team Ball Girl. Marilyn Ann Butt — Clermont, FL; Kappa Delta, Little Sister Pi Kappa Alpha; Sigma Delta Chi; The South- ern, Interlachen, Intramurals. Mary Cariln — Lighthouse Point, FL; Kappa Delta; Student Union Board, Miss Southern Pageant, Interlachen. Ed Carley — Lakeland, FL. Sheree Carpenter — Lafayette, NJ; Dean ' s List; Sigma Delta Chi; In- tramurals, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, The Southern, Who ' s Who. Cheryl Ann Carty — Orlando, FL; Zeta Tau Alpha, Little Sister Pi Kappa Phi. Michael A. Carter — Arcadia, FL; Citrus Club, FNGA Horticulture Club. Linda Jane Cassels — Arcadia, FL; Kappa Delta; Women ' s Basketball Team. David Cates — Rock Sound, Eleu- thera, Bahamas; Dean ' s List; Lamb- da Chi Alpha; Pi Gamma Mu. ' Mmmmm ■ •♦•♦■ r Pi; Sigma Rho Epsilon, Handbell Choir. bonds, Interlachen, The Southern. HE CLASS ori980 Susan Marie Cates — Nassau, Ba- hamas; Dean ' s List; Little Sister Lambda Chi Alpha; Kappa Delta Pi. Michael Paul Christian — Kissim- mee, FL; Pi Kappa Alpha; Delta Sig- ma Pi; Reserve Officers Training Corps. Nancy Lynn demons — Barberton, OH; Dean ' s List; Phi Mu; Sigma Delta Chi; The Southern. Renatta Cochran — Largo, FL; Al- pha Chi Omega, Little Sister Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Beta Beta Beta. Jonathan Miller Cohlll — Ben Avon Heights, Pittsburgh, PA; Dean ' s List; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Alpha Psi Omega; Vagabonds, Intramurals. Adele C. Converse — Seneca Falls, NY; Dean ' s List; Sigma Delta Pi. J. Banks Corl — Seminole, FL; Dean ' s List; Lambda Chi Alpha; Stu- dents With A Purpose, Intramurals. Matthew R. Crackel — Harding, IL; Sigma Chi; Intramurals, Interfrater- nity Council. Anne L. Cross — Belle Glade, FL; Dean ' s List; Delta Ze " a; Delta Sigma Virginia Lynn Crooks — Sebring, FL; Dean ' s List; Association of Wom- en Students, Intramurals. Bill Cupp — Pompano Beach, FL; President ' s Scholar; Vagabonds, Sigma Rho Epsilon, Wesley Fellov - ship, interlachen, Spanish Society, Students With A Purpose. Jack Curran — Norv alk, CT; Pi Kappa Alpha, Big Brother Alpha Del- ta Pi; Golf Team. Robert L. D ' Amora — North Haven CT; Big Brother Alpha Chi Omega; Southern Barbell Club. Sara Lynn Davis — Atlanta, GA; Kappa Delta, Little Sister Sigma Al- pha Epsilon; Miss Interlachen Pag- eant, Intramurals, Ski Club. John DIperslo — Barrington, Rl; Pi Kappa Alpha; Intramurals, Physical Education Majors Club. Helen S. Dunn — Daytona Beach, FL. Donald Frank Dwigglns — Lake- land, FL; Lambda Chi Alpha; Sigma Delta Chi; Southern. Jeannlne K. Eckel — Blossvale, NY; Dean ' s List; Concert Band. Catherine Gelger Edgar — Lake- land, FL; Dean ' s List; Alpha Gamma Delta; Delta Omicron; Chorale, Con- cert Band, Sigma Rho Epsilon. David William Elliot — North Hamp- ton, NH; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Big Brother Zeta Tau Alpha; The South- ern, Intramurals, Student Govern- ment Association. Cindy Ewbank — Orlando, FL; Presi- dent ' s Scholar; Kappa Mu Epsilon, Kappa Delta Pi; Sigma Rho Epsilon, Joy Explosion, Wesley Fellowship, Sailing Club, Students With A Pur- pose. Roland Fasolo — Bristol, CT; Pi Kappa Alpha. Leslie Ferguson — Winter Springs, FL; Little Sister Kappa Alpha; Junior Advisor, Student Union Board, Con- cert Band. Edward W. Finch, lii — Seminole, FL; Dean ' s List; Lambda Chi Alpha; chorale. Southern Singers, Vaga- Patricla Fisher — Pontiac, Ml; Alpha Chi Omega, Little Sister Pi Kappa Al- pha; Supreme Court, Student Gov- ernment Association. Richard Forrest — Merrick, Long Is- land, NY; President ' s Scholar; Phi Sig- ma Kappa, Big Brother Phi Mu; Vagabonds. Deborah K. Fowler — Lakeland, FL; Beta Beta Beta. Elizabeth Francisco — Miami, FL; Dean ' s List; Zeta Tau Alpha, Little Sis- ter Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Psi Chi, Sig- ma Delta Pi, Omicron Delta Kappa; Who ' s Who, Junior Advisor, Greek Hall of Fame. Genlse Fraser — Kathleen, FL; Del- ta Sigma Pi; American Society for Personnel Administration. Janet Freckelton — Country Club Hills, IL; Delta Zeta; Sigma Delta Pi; Interlachen, Spanish Society. CIndl Frick — Palm Beach Gardens, FL; Dean ' s List; Alpha Omicron Pi, Lit- tle Sister Theta Chi; Phi Chi Theta; Intramurals, Women ' s Softball Team. Deborah F. Frick — Bellair, FL; Presi- dent ' s Scholar; Alpha Chi Omega, Little Sister Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Omicron Delta Kappa. Laynie Fulton — Cocoa Beach, FL; Dean ' s List; Kappa Delta; Kappa Delta Pi; Junior Advisor, Wesley Fel- lovk ship. Student Council for Excep- tional Children. Jeffery H. Futch — Dade City, FL; Kappa Alpha, Citrus Club, FNGA Horticulture Club. Douglas Charles Geary, Jr. — Fort Washington, PA; Dean ' s List; Soccer Team, Intramurals, Resident Advisor, Vagabonds. Debra George — New Smyrna Beach, FL; Kappa Delta; Phi Chi The- ta; Association of Women Students. Ken George — Canfield, OH; Sigma Chi; Golf Team. Lenny Giammatteo — Southing- ton, CT; Pi Kappa Alpha; Intramurals. John B. Gill, Hi — Tallahassee, FL; Dean ' s List; Phi Mu Alpha; Chorale, Concert Band, Southern Singers, Dixieland Band, Chapel Choir, Ger- man Club. Barbara Elaine Grier — West Palm Beach, FL; President ' s Scholar; Alpha Omicron Pi, Little Sister Tau Kappa Epsilon; Miss Interlachen Pageant, In- tramurals. Beth Grimner — Wayne, PA; Alpha Omicron Pi, Little Sister Pi Kappa Phi; Women ' s Basketball Team, Intra- murals. Physical Education Majors Club. Gall Griswold — Detroit, Ml; Little Sister Pi Kappa Phi; Sigma Delta Chi, Omicron Delta Kappa. Coulby Gunther, Jr. — Boynton Beach, FL; Tau Epsilon Phi; Ski Club. Richard H. Hamilton, Jr. — St Pe- tersburg, FL; Lambda Chi Alpha; Southern Singers, Interfraternity Council. Julie Hanlon — Sarasota, FL; Alpha Gamma Delta, Little Sister Lambda Chi Alpha; Pi Gamma Mu, Kappa Delta Pi; Chorale, Miss Southern Pag- eant. George Dirk Hardlson — Wads- worth, OH; Kappa Alpha, Big Brother Zeta Tau Alpha; Student Union Board. Steve Hare — Wynnewood, Pa; Dean ' s List; Pi Kappa Phi, Big Brother Zeta Tau Alpha; Intramurals, Cross Country Team, Cheerleading, Sou- tern Barbell Club. Kandy Hart — Coral Gables, FL; Dean ' s List; Alpha Delta Pi; The Southern, Intramurals. Lawrence Hawks — Batavia, NY; Pi Kappa Alpha; Delta Sigma Pi; Ameri- can Society for Personnel Adminis- tration, Intramurals. Donald B. Hayes — Port Charlotte, FL; President ' s Scholar; Sigma Phi Ep- silon, Big Brother Zeta Tau Alpha; Kappa Mu Epsilon, Omicron Delta Kappa; Soccer Team. Kathy Henry — Indialantic, FL; Zeta Tau Alpha, Little Sister Sigma Phi Ep- silon; Phi Chi Theta; Women ' s Soft- ball Team. Nadyne A. Hernqulst — Long- wood, FL; Association of Women Students, Judicial Board, Student Government Association, American Society for Personnel Administration. Craig Alan Hervey — Northport, NY; Dean ' s List; Pi Kappa Phi; Intra- murals. Martha Hester — Miami, FL; Phi Mu, Little Sister Lambda Chi Alpha; Alpha Psi Omega, Delta Omicron. Kurt Joseph Heyman — Barrington, Rl; Pi Kappa Alpha; Delta Sigma Pi; Soccer Team, Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Kathryn S. Hoche — Orlando, FL; Alpha Delta Pi. Michael A. Holmes — Plantation, FL; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Big Brother Alpha Chi Omega; Delta Sigma Pi; Student Government Association, Interfraternity Council, Intramurals, Students With A Purpose. Deborah S. Hooker — Mulberry, FL; President ' s Scholar; Little Sister Kappa Alpha; Kappa Mu Epsilon, Phi Chi Theta; Miss Molly. Douglas Howe — Canton, CT; Soc- cer Team, Student Union Board, Stu- dent Government Association, Wesley Fellowship. Robert S. Hrubesch — Lakeland, FL; Delta Sigma Pi; American Society for Personnel Administration, Spanish Society, Intramurals. Kathleen Rothwell Hudnall — Fort Myers, FL; President ' s Scholar; Alpha Chi Omega; Pi Gamma Mu; Who ' s Who, Interlachen, Association of Women Students, Miss Southern Pageant. Teresa Lea Huey — Dickson, TN; Dean ' s List; Zeta Tau Alpha, Little Sis- ter Pi Kappa Alpha. Nancy Huston — Jacksonville, FL; Little Sister Sigma Chi. Judith L. Hutchinson — Sarasota, FL; President ' s Scholar; Sigma Delta Chi, Kappa Delta Pi, Omicron Delta Kappa; Intramurals, Who ' s Who, in- terlachen. The Southern. Louis Irwin — Lakeland, FL; Dean ' s List; Intramurals. Jerry Jensen — South Holland IL; Dean ' s List; Beta Beta Beta; Intra- murals. Keith David Johns — Rock wood, IN; Pi Kappa Alpha, Sweetheart Kappa Delta; Delta Sigma Pi; Stu- dent Government Association. Chrlsta Johnson — Hollywood, FL; Zeta Tau Alpha, Phi Chi Theta; Greek Hall of Fame. ingrld K. Johnson — Madison, OH; Dean ' s List; Kappa Delta; Delta Omi- cron, Omicron Delta Kappa; Who: ' s Who, Greek Hall of Fame, Concert Band, Chorale, Southern Singers, Vagabonds. Todd Johnson — Kent, OH; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Don Jones — Okeechobee, FL; Pi Kappa Phi, Big Brother Zeta Tau Al- pha; Men ' s Student Government Association. Sharon E. Jones — Athens, GA; President ' s Scholar; Phi Mu, Little Sis- ter Phi Sigma Kappa; Alpha Psi Ome- ga, Omicron Delta Kappa; Who ' s Who, Vagabonds, Miss Molly. Barry Jeffrey Jordan — Sarasota, FL; Dean ' s List; Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Mu Alpha, Delta Omi- cron; Concert Band, Chorale, Dixie- land Band, Who ' s Who, Southern Singers. m ' -- 3i.!m amm ' ,imii-;i u -S ' ' -i }rr: - -. »-0r ' ■i- $ Tim Kennedy — Panama City, FL; Dean ' s List; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Resident Advisor, Intramurals. Rodney H. King, Jr. — Neptune Beach, FL; President ' s Scholar; Lambda Chi Alpha, Big Brother Al- pha Gamma Delta, Big Brother Phi Mu; Delta Sigma Pi, Omicron Delta Kappa; Resident Advisor, Interfrater- nity Council, American Society for Personnel Administration, Who ' s Who, Curriculum Committee. Mike Komar — Joliet, IL. Carol Teresa Koontz — Orlando, FL; Dean ' s List; Zeta Tau Alpha, Little Sister Kappa Alpha; Sigma Delta Pi, Intramurals, Spanish Society. Kevin Korth — St. Petersburg, FL; Pi Kappa Alpha; Soccer Team. Bob Kramer — Tequesta, FL; Pi Kappa Alpha; Golf Team. John Lackey — Nashville, IL; Sigma Chi; Baseball Team. Trade Latham — Lakeland, FL; Dean ' s List; Phi Mu; Kappa Delta Pi; Vagabonds. Patricia Ellen LaVoy — St. Peters- burg, FL; Little Sister Sigma Phi Epsi- lon; Delta Sigma Pi; Southern Singers, Chorale, Vagabonds, Miss Southern Pageant. Darlene Layton — Palm Beach Gardens, FL; Zeta Tau Alpha, Little Sister Sigma Phi Epsilon; Women ' s Softball Team. Bob Leitner — Morenci, Ml; Dean ' s List; Physical Education Majors Club, Intramurals, Baseball Team. Rhonda Lynette Leffell — Vinton, VA; Dean ' s List. Jerry LItrento — Palm Beach, FL; Dean ' s List; Big Brother Alpha Delta Pi; Sigma Delta Pi; Intramurals. Richard Longden — Lakeland, FL; Dean ' s List; Pi Kappa Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa, Delta Sigma Pi; Golf Team Student Government Associ- ation, Supreme Court, Who ' s Who, Resident Advisor. Susan Longden — Cleveland, OH; Dean ' s List; Kappa Delta, Little Sister Pi Kappa Phi; Phi Chi Theta; Ameri- can Society for Personnel Adminis- tration, Miss Molly. Valerie Ludwig — Fort Myers, FL; President ' s Scholar; Phi Mu, Little Sis- ter Phi Sigma Kappa; Omicron Delta Kappa, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Beta Beta Beta; Who ' s Who, Vagabonds. Robert C. Maleeny — Ramsey, NJ; Theta Chi, Big Brother Alpha Delta Pi; Interfraternity Council, Intramurals, The Southern. Susan Mashke — Englew ood, FL; Dean ' s List; Beta Beta Beta; Intra- murals, Miss Molly, Nevi man Club. John W. Matthews, Jr. — Lees- burg, FL; Dean ' s List; Chorale. Laurette McCain — Fort Pierce, FL; Dean ' s List; Kappa Delta, Little Sister Pi Kappa Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Chi Theta; Who ' s Who, Greek Hall of Fame, Miss Southern Pageant, Judicial Board, Supreme Court. Helen McCarthy — Carmel, NY; Sigma Delta Chi; Interlachen, The Southern. Mike McClaskey — Saint Peters- burg, FL; Dean ' s List; Pi Kappa Phi, Big Brother Alpha Chi Omega; Baseball Team, Intramurals, Southern Barbell Club. Helen Mcintosh — Gainesville, FL; Phi Mu; Kappa Delta Pi. John T. McGeehan — Lokewood, OH; Tennis Team. Sandra McKenzle — Boca Raton, FL; Beta Beta Beta. Ray i. McLellan — Zephyrhills, FL; Dean ' s List; Phi Mu Alpha; Chorale, Chapel Choir, Concert Band, Ger- man Club. Melissa A. McMillan — Fort Lauder- dale, FL; President ' s Scholar; Little Sister Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Chi Theta, Theta Chi Beta; Judicial Board, Who ' s Who, Miss Interlachen Pageant, Interla- chen. Kathleen McNeil — Tampa, FL; Al- pha Delta Pi, Little Sister Theta Chi; Sigma Delta Chi; Association of Women Students, The Southern, Miss Molly. Maureen Meenan — Jupiter, FL; President ' s Scholar; Zeta Tau Alpha, Little Sister Tau Kappa Epsilon; Omi- cron Delta Kappa; Who ' s Who, Women ' s Softball Team. Debra Rose MIlby — Jacksonville, FL; Delta Omicron; Chorale, Chapel Choir, Southern Singers. Helen Mliier — Maitland, FL; Kappa Delta, Little Sister Pi Kappa Alpha; Phi Chi Theta; Panhellenic Council, As- sociation of Women Students, Junior Advisor, Who ' s Who, Greek Hall of Fame. Cindy Ann Monttord — Starke, FL; Dean ' s List; Alpha Delta Pi, Little Sis- ter Sigma Chi; Omicron Delta Kappa, Delta Sigma Pi; Students Government Association, Who ' s Who, Junior Advisor, Miss Molly, Miss Southern Pageant, Committee on Studies Abroad, Academic Stan- dards Committee. Sean Moore — Bristok, CT; Pi Kappa Alpha; Student Government Associ- ation, Intramurals. Sanford, B. Morton iii — Plantation, FL; Dean ' s List; Phi Sigma Kappa; Re- serve Officers Training Corps. John F. Muckenthaler — Kettering, OH; Pi Kappa Alpha; Delta Sigma Pi; Golf Team. Karen Murray — Key West, Fl; Dean ' s List; Alpha Delta Pi, Little Sis- ter Sigma Chi; Delta Pi; Student Government Association, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Junior Advisor, Anna Myrick — Lakeland, FL; Phi Mu, Little Sister Kappa Alpha. Mary E. Neiswander — West Palm Beach, FL; Little Sister Tau Kappa Ep- silon. Little Sister Lambda Chi Alpha. Katherlne Adele Oare — West Palm Beach, FL; Dean ' s List; Sigma Rho Epsilon, Chapel Choir, Student Council for Exceptional Children. PattI O ' Leary — Winter Haven, FL; Alpha Delta Pi, Little Sister Pi Kappa Phi. Shelley Lee Overholt — North Fort Myers, FL; Alpha Omicron Pi, Little Sister Pi Kappa Alpha; Sigma Delta Chi; Vagabonds, Association of Women Students, Miss Interlachen Pageant, Intramurals, The Southern. Jolyn Parrott — Doctors Inlet, FL; Dean ' s List; Kappa Delta; Kappa Delta Pi; Student Council for Excep- tional Children Miss Molly, Junior Ad- visor, Intramurals. Wanda Perea — Albany, GA; Al- pha Omicron Pi, Little Sister Pi Kappa Alpha; Miss Southern Pageant. James Perkins — Woycross, GA; Dean ' s List; Wesley Fellowship, Soc- cer Team, Student Government As- sociation, Student Union Board. Roy Lamar Petteway — Wachulo, FL; Kappa Alpha; Citrus Club, FNGA Horticulture Club. Martlne Peir Peyser — Camden, DL; Physical Education Majors Club, Intramurals. Michael C. Phlpps — Clermont, FL; Pi Kappa Alpha, Big Brother Alpha Chi Omega; Interfraternity Council, Greek Hall of Fame, Tennis Team. Randy Pickering — Fort Myers, FL; Baseball Team, Intramurals, Men ' s Student Government Association, Fellowship of Christian Athletes. George Howard Price — Miami, FL; Delta Sigma Pi, Omicron Delta Kappa; American Society for Per- sonnel Administration, Fellowship of Christian Athletes Intramurals. John Kay Quigley — Ormond Beach, FL; President ' s Scholar; Sig- ma Phi Epsilon; Theta Chi Beta, Psi Chi, Omicron Delta Kappa; Interfra- ternity Council, Students With A Pur- pose. Robert S. Reed — Framington Hills. Ml; Dean ' s List; Phi Sigma Kappa; Al- pha Psi Omega; Vagabonds. Rhonda Relchel — New Smyrna Beach, FL; President ' s Scholar; Kappa Delta Pi; Student Council for Exceptional Children. Daniel R. RIchey — Brielle, NJ; Dean ' s List; Theta Chi; Inter-Fraterni- ty Council, Greek Hall of Fame, In- tramurals, Physical Education Majors Club, Resident Advisor, Baseball Team. Jennifer RIckett — Hawthorne, FL; Alpha Chi Omega, Little Sister Tau Kappa Epsilon; Panhellenic Council. David RIker — Atlanta, GA; Base- ball Team, Basketball Team, Soccer Team (Trainer). Mary M. Roberts — Winter Park, FL; President ' s Scholar; Zeta Tau Alpha, Little Sister Pi Kappa Alpha; Chorale, Intramurals. Lllsa J. Rogers — Lakeland, FL; President ' s Scholar; Alpha Delta Pi, Little Sister Theta Chi; Miss Molly, Stu- dent Government Association, Scu- ba Club, American Chemical Soci- ety, Miss Interlachen Pageant, Who ' s Who, Intramurals, Vaga- bonds. PattI Lynn Rogers — Port Charlotte, FL; Dean ' s List; Alpha Omicron Pi, Lit- tle Sister Tau Kappa Epsilon; Sigma Delta Chi; Intramurals, Miss Southern Pageant, The Southern, Interla- chen, Miss Interlachen Pageant. Tom Schick — Lakeland, FL; Dean ' s List; Theta Chi Beta; Pre-Ministerial Association. Cynthia Robin Schoff — Kissimmee, FL; Delta Zeta; Concert Band, Asso- ciation of Women Students, Panhel- lenic Council. Kristen Schwelzer — Maitland, FL; Dean ' s List; Sigma Delta Chi, Omi- cron Delta Kappa; Sigma Rho Epsi- lon, Interlachen, Who ' s Who, Con- cert Band, The Southern, Vaga- bonds. Sandy Scovllle — Atlantis, FL; Alpha Omicron Pi, Little Sister Tau Kappa Epsilon; Intramurals, Women ' s Bas- ketball Team, Miss Southern Pag- eant, Miss Interlachen Pageant. Frank Senatore — North Miami Beach, FL; FSC Frisbee Club. Christine Sengstock — Winter Ha- ven, FL; Association of Women Stu- dents. DIan Senlf — Vero Beach, FL; Dean ' s List; Kappa Delta Pi; Student Council for Exceptional Children, As- sociation of Women Students. Doug SItta — Naples, FL; FSC Fris- bee Club. Cindy Smith — Plantation, FL; Little Sister Tau Kappa Epsilon; Physical Education Majors Club, Intramurals, Women ' s Basketball Team. Brenda Snyder — Oil City, PA; Dean ' s List; Kappa Delta; Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma Delta Pi; Miss South- ern Pageant. Sara Louise Starks — Maitland, FL; Alpha Delta Pi, Little Sister Sigma Chi; Concert Band, Miss Interlachen Pag- eant. w- litsus ' ctisw-u i ' ,miVimA 263 „ .. J • ■ ■ ■; . Tessa Steendyk — San Salvador, El Salvador; Alpha Omicron Pi; Sigma Delta Pi; Spanish Society. Sandy Stephens — St. Petersburg, FL; Psi Chi; Spanish Society. Greg William Sylvester — Alfred, NY; Soccer Team, Physical Educa- tion Majors Club. Karen Tabb — Lakeland, FL; Presi- dent ' s Scholar. Charles Tauby — Bay Shore, L.I., NY; Pi Kappa Alpha, Soccer Team. Andrew Taylor — Columbus, OH; President ' s Scholar; Phi Sigma Kappa, Big Brother Phi Mu; Alpha Psi Omega; Vagabonds. Judy Ann Thomas — Lakeland, FL; Beta Beta Beta; German Club. Leslie Thomas — Fort Walton Beach, FL; Alpha Omicron Pi. Little Sister Theta Chi; Alpha Psi Omega; Vagabonds. Christine Ann Tobler — Lake Plac- id, FL; President ' s Scholar; Little Sister Phi Sigma Kappa; Omicron Delta Kappa, Sigma Delta Pi, Sigma Delta Chi; Spanish Society, The Southern, Joy Explosion, Sailing Club. Hugh E. Telle — Crystal River, FL; Dean ' s List; Sigma Delta Chi; The So uthern. John Turnbull — Denver, Co; Presi- dent ' s Scholar; Pi Kappa Phi; Soccer Team, Fellowship of Christian Ath- letes. Frank Turner — Nashville, TN; Pi Kappa Alpha. Linda Anne Turner — Caracas, Venezuela; Dean ' s List; Sigma Delta Pi. Lynn Tutan — Coral Gables, FL; Dean ' s List; Alpha Omicron Pi, Little Sister Tau Kappa Epsilon, Sigma Del- ta Chi; Cheerleading, The Southern, Intramurals. Laura Tuttle — Bloomington, IN; Zeta Tau Alpha, Little Sister Pi Kappa Alpha; Delta Sigma Pi; Interlachen, American Society for Personnel Ad- ministration. Fred Vigue — St. Petersburg, FL; President ' s Scholar; Phi Sigma Kappa; Kappa Delta Pi, Omicron THE CLASS Delta Kappa, Phi Mu Alpha; German Club, Concert Band, Intramurals. Jovlta Von Ruckteschell — Punta Gordo, FL; Dean ' s List; Little Sister Sigma Phi Epsilon; Women ' s Softball Team, Intramurals. Barbara A. Ward — Lakeland, FL; Dean ' s List; Sigma Delta Chi; Spanish Society, The Southern. Richard T. Ward — Lakeland, FL; Alpha Tau Omega (Transfer), Big Brother Alpha Omicron Pi. Pamela Warner — Fort Lauder- dale, Fl; Alpha Chi Omega, Little Sis- ter Pi Kappa Alpha; Student Council for Exceptional Children. Richard Wasko — Sharon, PA; Pi Kappa Alpha, Big Brother Zeta Tau Alpha; Delta Sigma Pi; American So- ciety for Personnel Administration. Joy Watkins — Alexandria, VA; Dean ' s List; Alpha Omicron Pi; Kappa Delta Pi; Student Council for Exceptional Children. Mellnda Watkins — Saint Peters- burg, FL; Handbell Choir. Janice Welshaupt — Fort Meade, FL; President ' s Scholar; Chorale, Southern Singers, Concert Band. Janet Lee Whetzel — Sarasota, FL; Zeta Tau Alpha; American Society for Personnel Administration. Frank Whipple — Albany, NY; Tau Kappa Epsilon; Kappa Delta Pi, Delta Sigma Pi, Phi Chi Theta; Intramurals. F. Brand Whitlock — Summit, NJ; President ' s Scholar ; Sigma Delta Chi; The Southern, Intramurals. Will Whitlock — Jacksonville Beach, FL; Pi Kappa Alpha; Soccer Team. Laura Wilder — Winter Haven, FL; Alpha Chi Omega, Little Sister Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Sigma Delta Chi; The Southern. Diana R. Wiliey — Indialantic, FL; Dean ' s List; Little Sister Pi Kappa Phi; Kappa Mu Epsilon. Linda Willis — Satellite Beach, FL; President ' s Scholar; Kappa Delta Pi; French Club, Association of Women Students, Miss Molly. Patricia Wixted — Hollywood, FL; Dean ' s List; Kappa Delta, Little Sister Pi Kappa Alpha; Sigma Delta Chi; Newman Club, Association of Wom- en Students, Interlachen, Cheer- leading. Lois A. Wolfe — Hernando, FL; Presi- dent ' s Scholar; Theta Chi Beta; Sig- ma Rho Epsilon, Wesley Fellowship, Pre-Ministeriol Association, Concert Band, Dixieland Bond, Who ' s Who. Ed Wooten — Plantation, FL; Pi Kappa Phi, Big Brother Zeta Tau Al- pha; Intramurals. Kathryn Valetta Zobel — Winter Pork, FL; Phi Mu, Little Sister Kappa Alpha; Wesley Fellowship, Sailing Club, Intramurals. L It Abate, Michael D — 71 84, 85, 86, 90, 128, 214 Abel, Nancy — 88, 184 Abercrombie, Kathryn A. — 87, 88 Acebes, Gail — 79, 218 Acer, Jocelyn — 244 Achilla, Robbin — 158, 244 Adair, David — 232 Adams, Deborah — 76, 82, 83, 92, 218 Adams, Jeffrey — 176 Adams, Sharon — 98. 124, 208 Adams, Tom — 87, 244 Adamson, Aileen — 86, 214 Addair, Steven — 218 Ada, Leslie — 117, 244 Adl isson, Heidi — 96, 232 Adkisson, Lorrie — 105 Agre, Dr. Courfland — 87 Aherron, Renee — 244 Aitl en, Kym — 244 Albright, Craig — 232 Aldrich, Wes — 145 Alexander, Kimberly — 70, 72, 85, 90, 121, 176 Allen, James — 158, 232 Allen, Sandra — 218 Allman, Jasper, Jr. — 118, 218 Allred, Bennie — 86, 105, 126, 127, 208 Alson, Cloudine — 117, 232 Alston, Kurt — 218 Alter, Dennis — 68, 71, 85, 86, 87, 124, 214 Alter, Kathleen — 73, 124, 244 Alumbaugh, Cally — 244 Alvi ard, Sharon — 107 Ambrose, Rhebel — 70, 188 Ambrose, Stephen — 218 Amundsen, Linda — 84, 202 Anderson, B. — 244 Anderson, Carl — 77, 82, 83, 218 Anderson, C. — 155, 244 Anderson, Dovid — 244 Anderson, Doug — 86 Anderson, John — 76, 116, 117, 176 Anderson, Kathy — 188 Anderson, Nancy J, — 90, 176 Anderson, Nancy L. — 80, 82, 83, 188 Anderson, Susan — 81, 244 Anderson, Vicky — 70, 244 Anderson, William — 116, 117, 176 Andrew, Dana — 244 Andrevi ' S, Otis, Jr. — 232 Ankenbrandt, John — 151, 232 Antico, Craig — 244 Arana, Maria — 244 Arcand, Lisa — 113, 244 Arcand, Nancy — 98, 208 Argersinger, Thomas — 77, 78, 85, 205 Armatas, John — 128, 158, 218 Armsfead, Roger — 218 Arnoll, Dana — 126, 218 Arnold, Bruce — 181 Arnold, Joseph A. — 196 Arnold, Mary Leigh — 218 Arnold, William — 80, 83, 110, 232 Arthur, Hugh — 122, 219 Atkins, Patricia — 219 Austin, Lori — 81, 86, 90, 219 Austin, Daniel, Jr. — 176, 219 Auz, Gregory — 232 Ayers, John — 124, 219 Aylett, Jeffrey — 232 Baas, Linda — 98, 124. 219 Bablitz, Matthew — 176 Babrowicz, B. — 244 Badgley, Pamela — 72, 85, 90, 100, 219 Bagwell, Gregory — 219 Bailey, David — 196 Bailey, Mary — 245 Baisch, Steven — 245 Baker, Monica — 158, 245 Ball, Joseph F. — 118 Balough, Stephen — 245 Balough, Susan — 125, 188 Bamonte, Scott — 245 Banks, Martin — 87, 219 Benton, Lydia — 77, 78, 82, 85, 93, 219 Bantz, Greggri — 77, 93, 219 Barbour, Sharon — 245 Barker, Deborah — 81, 82, 87, 232 Barksdale, Kimberly — 81, 86, 214 Barnas, Eileen — 232 Barnes, Laurie — 107, 219 Barnes, Patricia — 219 Barnett, Eddie — 245 Barnitz, Downing — 175 Baskerville, S. — 80, 127, 232 Bass, Robyn — 219 Bates, Jack — 114, 219 Battaglia, Peter — 116, 232 Bauer, Deborah — 98, 232 Bauer, Jessica — 81, 82, 86, 219 Bayne, Philip — 208 Bazemore, Janda — 89, 188 Beals, Shirley — 90, 219 Beam, Kathy Anne — 245 Bebb, Edward — 92, 219 Beck, Robert — 245 Becker, Pamela — 219 Becker, Rainer — 245 Becker, Sharon — 219 Bednar, Mary — 70, 81. 245 Begley, Sally — 102. 219 Belcher. Alan — 124, 232 Bell, Allan — 245 Bell, Dedra — 200 Bell, Trudy — 68, 90. 96, 117 176 Bellotto, Chris — 149, 219 Bendfeldt, Robert — 128, 233 Bennett, Carol — 117, 233 Bennett, Freida — 188 Bennett, Steven — 116, 219 Bergquist, Mary Jo — 181 Berman, Johanna — 233 Berry, Kristia — 76, 87, 93, 121, 245 Besecker, Douglas — 219 Bessette, George — 219 Best, Tracey — 245 Beto, Christian — 124, 176 Beuttell, William B. — 122 Bieber, Gina — 200 Bischoff, Sue — 64, 233, 288 Bivins, Clarence — 176 Black, John P. — 71, 73, 122 Black. Luanza — 117, 219 Black, Mary — 90, 117, 176 Blackburn, Kam — 107, 245 Blackstone, Betty — 219 Blackwelder. Kimberly — 245 Black well, Sally — 188 Blair, Brett — 128, 219 Blair, Melinda A. — 70, 170, 209 Blanton, Catherine — 124, 245 Bledsoe, Robert — 72, 85, 90, 116, 117, 176 Blevins, Terry — 177 Blom, Joyce — 245 Bogle, Cynthia — 124, 245 Bohrer, Barbara — 186 Bolin, Wendy — 92, 245 Boiling, Jane — 219 Bollinger, G. — 73, 106, 233 Bombard, Charles — 90, 1 12, 177 Boone, Deanna E. — 90 Bosworth, Linda — 245 Botti, Gary — 245 Boulware, James — 245 Boutwell, Janice — 126, 200 Bowles, Gerald — 245 Bowlin, Sydney — 90, 177 Bowring, Tami — 245 Boyd, Sherrie — 245 Boyd, William — 219 Boyer, William H. — 170, 288 Boza, Edward — 220 Bradshaw, Carol — 220 Bradshaw, Jamie — 102, 220 Brady, Donald — 145, 147, 196 Brander, Coleen — 96, 188 Brandon, Dr. Wallace R. — 192 Brandts. Mark — 233 Brannon, Debra — 79. 220 Brantley. Barbara — 71. 102, 208 Brasw ell, Donald — 72, 1 16, 117, 176 Brawn, Kimmarie — 67, 233 Braz, Darci — 233 Bree, Myrna — 81, 124, 245 Bretches, Amy — 245 Breuer, Robert W. — 82, 82. 170 Brewer. David — 79. 80, 85, 86. 127. 128. 186 Briante. Rocco — 233 Brisbin. Beth — 77. 93, 233 Brisbin, Mark — 246 Briskman, Laura — 245 Broadhead, Paul — 79, 80, 128, 174 Brock, Haley — 111, 245 Brocklesby, Philip — 87, 176 Brockman, Scott — 245 Brooks. Elizabeth — 220 Brooks, Linda — 107, 245 Brooks, Lisa — 245 Broome, David — 71, 122, 208 Brotherton, Margaret — 91 Brown, Susan — 233 Brown, Pauline — 91 Browne, Roberta — 83, 85, 188 Bruce, Jennifer — 126, 220 Bryan, Barbara — 91 Bryan, Denyse — 89, 102, 188 Bryan, Jackie — 245 Bryan, Judith — 233 Bryington, Brooke — 80, 127. 174 Bua. Gaye — 245 Buck, Susan — 245 Buck, Tom — 233 Budzinski, Sharon — 245 Bulen, Jerry — 87, 118, 233 Bunting, Roger — 153, 233 Burdett, Gregg — 245 Burke, Marta — 82, 96, 220 Burnette, Dr. Richard R. — 85. 170. 208 Burnette, Robert — 245 Burnette, Richard, III — 86, 220 Burroughs, Emily — 233 Bush. James — 145. 198 Busch, Patricia — 188 Butler, Warren — 72, 205 Butt, Marilyn — 186 Butterfield, Brian — 196 Cain, David — 116, 220 Caldwell, Sandra — 96, 121, 233 Cologne, Dr. Carlos M, — 92, 192 Calway, Dr. Marian F. — 89, 189 Cameron, Andrew — 245 Campbell, Janet — 245 Campbell, Jenny — 246 Campbell, Dr Laurence — 216 Campbell, Samuel — 202 Campochiaro, Cynthia — 220 Cannon, Brenda — 246 Capone, Chris — 112, 220 Capps, James — 246 Capuana, Anthony — 128, 220 Carangelo, Martin — 246 Carbia, James — 114, 177 Carley, Ira — 175 Carlin, Mary — 200 Carpenter, D. — 233 Carpenter, John — 246 Carpenter, Sheree — 66, 79, 186 Carr, Donna — 86, 111, 220 Carreia, Dr. Daniel — 84. 203 Carroll, Martha — 246 Carroll, Renee — 246 Carter, Elizabeth — 92, 102, 107, 220 Carter, Michael — 87, 184 Carter, Michelle — 246 Carty, Cheryl — 102, 188 Cassels, Linda — 208 Cotes, Craig — 71, 110, 220 Cotes, David L. — 84, 110, 201 Cafes, Susan — 89, 111, 189 Cothcart, William — 128, 233 Catlin, Cathy — 233 Cottarius, Jane — 246 Celono, Mary — 117, 220 Chapman. Cynthia — 76. 78, 233 Charest, Wayde — 220 Cherven, Kenneth — 220 ' m i mmmmm i i. T!FV?6=- afflw; ' .-. : - ' : .- Chisolm, Lilah — 124 Christensen. Gregg — 233 Christian, Michael — 112, 177 Christian, Robert — 233 Christopher, Robert — 220 Christos, Catherine — 233 Ciminello. Joseph — 246 Cinninello, Joseph P. — 83, 85, 145, 220 Cimo, Michael — 178 Ciper, Ralph, Jr. — 106, 127, 220 Citarella, Ralph — 178 Clark, Brendo — 73, 196 Clark, Cheryl — 220 Clark, Chip — 220 Clark, Ellen — 85, 90, 102, 178 Clark, John — 82, 246 Clark, Kimberly — 90, 113, 220 Clarkson, Michael — 246 Clous, Richard — 246 Cleary, Linda — 102, 233 Clemmer, Lee — 71, 220 demons, Michael — 220 demons, Nancy — 66, 79, 126, 186 Clendinen, Craig — 78, 244, 246 Cline, Natasha — 246 Cote, Katharine — 246 Cotton, Laura — 86, 208 CottrelL Peter — 83, 246 Council!, Keith — 81, 118, 221 Counts, Dr. Tim — 79, 186 Coupe, Anne — 234 Couper, Eleanore — 70, 234 Cousino, Lori — 102, 234 Cowart, Edward — 221 Cowgill, Todd — 246 Crackel, Matthew — 71, 73, 122, 214 Cramer, Cathy — 117, 155, 221 Crandeli, Charles — 73, 234 Crane, Sherrie — 246 Creech, Nancy — 100, 234 Creegan, Mary — 79, 124, 221 Crenshaw, Kathleen — 76, 246 Crespodevazquez, Elsie — 246 Crews, Edward — 246 Cronkite, Walter — 85 Crooks, Virginia — 70, 202 Cross, Anne — 77, 82, 90, 178 Cross, Glenn S. — 122 Grossman, Catherine — 246 Cruise, Patricia — 96, 221 Crum, John M. — 87, 88, 252 Cuellar, John — 246 266 Cloidt, Nancy — 124, 246 Cloughen, Robert — 151, 220 Cluxton, Bradley — 82, 246 Cobbs, Ty R, — 246 Cochran, Linda — 96. 117, 233 Cochran, Renatta — 86, 100, 117, 214 Coffmon, Carl — 220 Cohen, Beth — 67, 234 Cohill, Jonathan — 79, 80, 118 175 Coleman, Peter — 246 Collins, Karen — 234 Collins, Kimberly — 246 Comer, Donna — 234 Compton, Carrie — 246 Compton, Karen — 90, 102, 192 Condo, Peter — 246 Coningsby, Todd — 234 Conn, Jo Anne — 81, 246 Conser, Lisa — 96, 220 Conser, Margo A, — 79 Conti, Walter — 214 Converse, Adele — 92, 192 Conway, John — 79, 82, 220 Cook, David 112, 246 Cook, Dr John — 85, 213 Corbett, Tami — 246 Corl, Banks — 72, 77, 81, 110, 192 Corso, Carolyn — 246 Costello, William — 246 Cullinan, Robert — 246 Cunz, Toby — 86, 208 Cupp, Bill — 64, 80, 81, 82, 83, 178, 288 Curran, John — 1112, 151, 178 Curran, Mary — 89, 189 Cusson, John — 87, 221 Custer, Michael — 221 Custer, Nancy — 158, 246 Cuticchia, John, 11 — 221 Czajka, Mary — 149, 246 D ' Amora, Robert — 197 Dacosta, Jo Ann — 100, 234 Danielson, Carl — 234 Darby, Helen — 155. 175 Davidson, Gary — 246 Davidson, Janine — 221 Davidson, Jean — 178 Davis, Dr, Robert A, — 85. 168 Davis, Sara — 117, 208 Davis, James, IV — 86, 106, 221 Deoterly. Jeffrey — 246 Deatherage, Kathryn — 76, 78. 93. 111. 234 Dechellis, John — 234 Defraties, Jeffrey — 234 Deichsel, Mary — 81. 246 Del Mostro. Cheryl — 121. 247 Delacure, Mark — 234 Delano, Alexander — 221 Dell, Randale — 247 Delph, Lyie — 247 Delph, Timmy — 247 Dempsey, Robin — 96. 234 Denman. Myrtis — 91 Derle, Donald — 247 Derr, Susan — 81, 247 Dessaint, Louis — 116, 117, 184 Devine, Robin — 96, 121, 234 Devoogt, Titia — 64, 76, 87, 93, 247, 288 Diamond, Susan — 111 Diaz, Richard — 128, 221 Dickens, Cynthia — 247 Dieffenwierth, Mary — 81, 247 Dierk, Diane — 64, 217, 288 Dietrich. Cynthia — 81, 87, 234 Dietrich, John — 247 Dietzen, Deborah — 100. 117. 221 Digiandomenico. Susan — 247 Dinger, Barbara — 247 Dinsmore. Howard — 87. 215 Dipersio, John J. — 112. 197 Dismuke, Lisa — 79, 221 Divinere, Gina — 98, 113. 221 Dix, Mary — 247 Dix, Timothy — 76, 78, 234 Doak, Banton S. — 175 Doak, Gale B, — 175 Doak, Robert — 122, 234 Doblas, Raquel — 221 Doherty, Ellen — 234 Dolan, John — 90. 234 Dolan, Robert — 69, 112, 178 Domalske, Michael — 151, 247 Donahay, Deborah — 221 Donahue, John — 247 Donotelli, Steve — 247 Donnelly, Rodney — 186 Donohue, Lawrence — 178 Dorrill, Alan — 221 Douglas, Michael — 76, 247 Dove, Eric — 153, 221 Downey, Lucile — 72, 81, 85, 221 Downie, Ellen — 247 Drake, Lorraine — 124, 247 Drummond. Dori — 70, 92, 234 Dubois, Amy — 70, 102, 234 Dubois, Karen — 86. 234 Duda, David — 247 Duda. Scott — 234 Dunn. Helen — 202 Dunn. Katherine — 247 Dunne, Helen — 221 Duppenthaler, Dallas — 87, 88, 184 Durity, Arthur — 247 Durrence, Dr. Larry — 84. 85, 201 Dusenberry, Barbara — 247 Dwiggins, Donald — 66, 79, 186 Dyer, Sheila — 77, 82, 83. 234 Dyes, Alicia — 80, 234 Eady, Mark — 145, 247 Eaton, James — 81, 247 Eaves, Charles — 247 Ebeling, John — 234 Ebert. Dr. Joann C, — 89, 189 Eckel, Jeannine — 208 Eckel, Mary — 247 Edgar, Catherine — 205 Edgeworth. Patrick — 247 Edwards. Dallas — 78. 110, 205 Edwards, Ellen — 96, 105, 234 Edwards, Janet — 76. 78. 235 Edwards. Robin — 247 Egley. Philippa — 247 Ehlers. Karen — 235 Eicher. Lenor — 247 Eickenberg. Charles Frederick — 216 Eisenschenk Gerlinde — 221 Elbon. Suzanne — 247 Eldredge. Mary — 247 Eldridge, Terrie — 100, 117, 235 Elliot, David W. — 69, 82. 116. 117. 145. 197, 259 Elliott, Janet — 121, 235 Ellis, Jonathan — 247 Ellis, Susan — 197 Ellsworth, Laura — 93. 247 Engeike, Michael — 178 Engle, Robin — 98, 105, 221 Epier, Rhonda — 221 Erickson, David — 221 Escheverria, Suzanne — 149 Escobar, Silvia — 247 Estep, Sandy — 96, 105, 158, 235 Estes, John — 247 Etheredge. Barbara — 221 Evans, Adriana — 70, 93 Evans, William — 201 Evatt, Henry — 235 Ewbank, Cindy — 81, 82, 83. 84, 88, 202 Faircloth, Chip — 288 Falls, Joseph — 247 Fandrich, Rita — 204 Fansler, Kimberly — 221 Farber, Linda — 149, 247 Farina. Paula — 76. 247 Farley. Cindro — 77, 80, 235 Farlow, Bruce — 118, 221 Farmer, Kimberlee — 96, 122, 158. 235 Farquhar, Laurie — 247 Farrow. Donald — 235 Fasano, Thomas — 221 Fasolo, Roland — 112, 202 Faubion, Raymond — 118. 221 Favre. Glen — 248 Feagle. Janet — 98. 248 Federico, Jean Marie — 149, 248 Federico, Morybeth — 102, 235 Feeney, Ann — 248 Feller, Deborah — 76, 205 Fennell, Stephanie — 248 Ferdinandsen, Amy — 96, 235 Ferenz, Stephen — 248 Ferguson, Jeftrey — 124, 235 Ferguson, Leslie — 105. 107, 189 Fernandez, Lidia — 248 Ferris, George — 248 Ferrucci, Joseph — 69, 122, 222 Few, Timothy — 110, 222, Field , Milton — 235 Fillmore, Jeff — 248 Finch, Roger — 118, 235 Finch, Edward, III — 66, 76, 77, 110, 212, 288 Fincher, Ben — 208 Finn, Mary Ellyn — 73, 100 Finnegan, James — 122, 178 Fisackerly, Blanche Marie — 76, 82, 83, 248 Fisackerly, Laura — 77, 82, 83, 222 Fischer. Raymond — 85, 175 Fisher. John — 1 10. 235 Fisher, Patricia — 68. 100, 214 Fitzmourice, Gina — 124, 248 Fitzmourice, Lisa — 100, 105, 222 Fitzpatrick, Elizabeth — 178 Flannagan, Jennifer — 189 Flavien, Renelda — 235 Fleming, Carol — 126, 222 Fleming, Kenneth Paul — 191 Fletcher, Michael — 87, 88. 222 Flight. Susan — 82, 87, 235 Floyd, Beverly — 91 170 Fogel, Lori — 124. 248 Fogh, Edward — 110, 222 Ford, Kathryn — 248 Foret, Elaine — 93, 248 Fornaro, Michael — 248 Forrest, Richard — 79, 80, 128, 175 Forrester, Nina — 80, 82, 83, 111, 248 Fortner, Michael — 201 Fosmire, Susan — 86, 93, 107, 126, 235 Foss, Charles — 178 Fowler, Deborah — 85, 214 Fowler, Diana — 88, 235 Fowler, Richard — 248 Fox, Dean — 235 Francisco, Elizabeth — 85, 86, 102, 210 Francisco, Frances — 72, 248 Fraser, Clair — 90, 178 Fraser, Elizabeth — 92, 210 Freckelton, Janet — 92, 192 Frick, Cindi — 105, 178 Frick, Debi — 72, 85, 100, 117, 179 Frick, Jeanne — 235 Friedman, Michele — 248 Frisbie, Mariann — 222 Fuller, Gwenette — 248 Fulton, Mono — 189 Funi, Donald — 210 Furman, Keith — 81, 87, 88, 222 Furman, Susan — 179 Fusselle, William — 70, 222 Futch, Jeffery — 87, 88, 106, 184 Gabriel, Glenn — 248 Gabriel, Robert — 68, 124, 179 Gaesser, James — 248 Gaglione, Kelly — 222 Glasso, Lisa — 107, 126, 222 Gailemore, Michael — 210 Gaona, Jose — 235 Garber, Thaddeus — 248 Garber, Virginia — 77, 248 Garrison, Lynn — 81, 248 Garver, Lynda — 96, 235 Geary, Gail — 210 Geary, Douglas — 72, 179 Gebhard, Frederick — 184 Gesslin, William — 248 Geiger, Janice — 248 Gellatly, Douglas — 222 Geltz, Theodore — 87, 88, 185 George, Kenneth — 122, 151, 179 Gero, Craig — 222 Geyer, Curt — 156, 158 Ghaemaghomi, Suzan — 248 Giammatteo, Leonard — 112, 197 Gibbs, Cynthia W, — 96, 121 Gibson, David — 124, 222 Gibson, Faith — 76, 77, 235 Gilbert, Dr. Margaret Lois — 85, 203, 215 Gill, Paul — 185 Gill, John, III — 76. 78, 205 Gillespie, Marylou — 222 Gilmore, John — 87, 122, 222 Gladstein, Jerry — 288 Glass, Evelyn — 91 Glass, Murray — 92, 105, 222 Glenny. David — 222 Glisson, Rhonda — 222 Glode, William — 248 Gluth, Kathy — 102, 149. 222 Goldsmith. Jolynn — 85 Gompper. Christopher — 112, 222 Good, Kathryn — 70, 81, 82, 93, 248 Goodski, Raymond — 156 Goodson, Lone M. — 84, 203 Goodson, Minter — 235 Gordon, Jackie — 124 Gordon, Jane — 124, 248 Gordon, Suzanne — 248 Gordon, Thomas — 248 Gore, Lisa — 86, 96, 235 Goulet, Suzanne — 222 Grader, Holly — 111, 235 Graft, Hellen — 156, 235 Graham. John — 248 Granholm, Sharon — 235 Grant, Karen — 98, 102, 236 Gratkowski, Monica — 126, 222 Gray, Carolyn — 70, 107, 222 Gray, Catherine — 87 Gray, Keith — 102, 248 Greco, Edward — 179 Greener. Donna — 249 Gregory. Karen — 70, 222 Gregory, Raymond. Ill — 205, 288 Gregory, Greg — 122, 236 Grey, Virginia — 98, 105. 156. 222 Gher. Barbara — 98. 124, 175 Grieshaber, Joh — 249 Griftin. Sonja — 249 Griftin, Beth — 93, 249 Griffith, Emily — 117, 249 Grill. Joseph, Jr. — 128, 236 Grimes, Cecilia — 113, 222 Grimner, Elizabeth — 98, 197 Griswold, Gail — 79, 85, 186 Gruen, Karl — 249 Gruger, Walter, III — 112, 236 Grundler, George — 249 Guard, Howard — 222 Gudzak, Scott — 222 Guiles, Blake — 249 Gunter, Mary C. — 100 Gunther. Coulby — 122, 179 Gurd, Scott — 214 Gustafson, Gail — 236 Guy, Cynthia — 81, 236 Guyer, Curtis — 236 H Hagan, Donald — 145. 236 Haggard. Dr. Theodore M. — 169 Hainsfurther. Allison — 93, 249 Haldeman, Dr. John R. — 215 Hale, Laura — 89, 126, 223 Halili, Daniel — 87, 118, 236 Halili, Frank — 87, 249 Hall, Beverly — 197 Hall, Elaine — 88, 223 Hall, Jacqueline — 236 Hall, Lawrence — 223 Hall, Mary — 96, 105. 236 Hall, Susan — 102, 107, 236 Hall, Vicki — 96, 214 Halloron, Jean — 249 Halstead, Bruce — 151, 249 Halter, Randal — 81, 86, 223 Hamilton, Scott — 236 Hamilton, Timothy — 118, 236 Hamilton, Richard — 71, 110, 201 Hamlin, Susan — 98, 113, 223 Hancock, Emily Susan — 182 Handley, Garry — 81, 236 Handley, James — 249 Hanisee, Mark — 69, 71, 85, 124, 223 Hanion, Julia — 84, 89, 111, 210 Hanion, Sandra — 236 Hannah, Marie G, — 76 Hannah, William M. — 170 Honnie, Kathleen M. — 73, 85, 196 Hansen, Victoria — 236 Harbert, Sandra — 236 Harder, Nancy — 249 Hardin, Cindy — 67, 79, 80, 249 Hardin, Craig — 249 Hardin, Tina — 90, 179 Hardin, Benjamin, Jr. — 223 Hardison, George — 106, 179 Hardy, Suzanne — 73, 84, 102, 223 Hare, Steven — 114, 158, 197 Harlacher, Amy — 223 Harmon, Lynn — 214 Harrell, Mary — 249 Harrington, Lisa — 117, 249 Harris. Worth — 159. 249 Harris, Rondi — 96, 236 Harrison, Joanna — 111, 249 Harrison, Shelly — 244, 249 Hart, Kandy — 67, 96, 179 Hart, Patrick — 122, 236 Hartje, Dr. Henry C. Jr. — 84, 84, 203 Hartsell, Julie — 223 Hartsfield, Philip — 106, 127, 223 Hartzog, Valerie — 86, 96, 223 Hathaway, James — 249 Haupt, Georgia — 236 Hawks, Lawrence — 81, 90, 112, 179 Hawks, Paul — 223 Hayes, Michael — 223 Hayes, Charles, III — 223 Hoyford, David — 223 Haynes, Dr. Jack E. — 191 Hays, Donald — 85, 145. 202 Hoyworth. Leslie — 158, 249 Head, Kimberly — 76, 77, 223 Hearn, Jeffrey — 122, 236 Heath, Brad — 236 Hedgcock, Kathryn — 70. 249 Heidenberger. Betsy — 98. 155, 236 Heitzenrater, David — 83, 85, 223 Heller, Ann — 92, 249 Hencinski, Beverly — 249 Henderson. Janet — 236 Henderson, Kathryn — 236 Henderson, Mae — 214 Henderson, Larry — 179 Hendren, Sandra — 223 Hendrick, Susan — 98. 236 Henriques. Joyce — 249 Henry. Mark — 79. 80, 110, 175 Henry, Nina — 236 Hepler, Brian — 249 Herdman, Sue E. — 184 Hermany. Daniel, Jr. — 76, 78. 249 Hernquist, Nadyne — 69, 70, 90, 179 Herrero. Sherrie — 249 Hervey. Craig — 73. 113, 179 Hesher, Linda — 149, 223 Hester, Martha L, — 79, 126, 175 Heymon, Kurt — 112, 145, 179 Hickman, David — 73. 112. 236 Higgins, Frances — 223 Hightower, Dole — 69, 71, 124, 201 Hildebrand, Trudy — 76, 249 Hill, Marty — 102, 223 Hill, Valerie — 67 Hilliard, James — 73. 179 Hines. Wes — 236 Hiob. Suzanne — 236 Hobort, Kent — 249 Hoche, Kathryn — 96, 179 Hockgraver, Valerie — 69, 70, 84, 86, 126, 223 Hodges, Francis R. — 201 Hodges, Marianne M, — 195 Hoffman, Bonnie — 249 Hoffman. Michael — 237 Hogue. Janis — 76. 249 Hollady, Traya — 249 Hollingsworth. Vernon — 87. 237 Mollis, Cynthia — 93. 215 Mollis, Mark — 93, 179 Molman. Peter — 68, 87, 124, 223 Holmes, Michael — 90, 1 16. 117, 179 Holmes, Michael L, — 223 Holmes, Stephen — 249 Holmes, Richard, Jr. — 249 Holt, Sandra — 223 Holtsclaw, Keith T. — 87, 88 Holwell, Kathleen — 86, 98, 105, 237 Holwerda, Lisa — 249 Holzer, Christine — 98, 1 13, 223 Hooker, Deborah — 84. 107. 202 Hostetter. Debra — 249 Hough. Heather — 249 Hough. Wanda — 76. 205 House. Edwina — 91 Houston, Bart — 237 wrnmi mfD mm Wtm fiii fmmmmfiMii ' M ms 268 Howard, Holly — 250 Howard, Sheri — 70, 72, 81 85, 86, 88, 223 Howe, Douglas — 69, 70, 215, 259 Howe, Nan — 70, 223 Hrubesch, Robert — 179 Hubbard, Anne — 250 Huber, Martha — 250 Huckabee, William — 250 Huckery, Potricia — 86, 100, 224 Hucknall, Clarissa — 189 Hudson, Katherine — 250 Hudson, Pamela — 224 Huey, Teresa — 102, 201 Hughes, Mark — 224 Hulbert, Keith — 250 Hulcher, Wendell — 85, 178 Humble, Eugene — 145, 250 Humphries, Thomas — 237 Hungerford, Mark — 250 Hunt, Brunner R. — 169 Hunt, Dorothy — 82, 250 Hunt, Dr. E. Stephen — 84, 201, 210 Hunter, Nancy — 124, 250 Hulburt, Laurie — 126, 224 Huston, Lucille — 77, 250 Huston, Nancy 00 121 189 Huston, Steven — 224 Hutchinson, Judith — 85, 89, 196 Hutchinson, Mary — 237 Hutchinson, Patricia — 156, 250 Hutt, Harlindis — 93 Her, Phil — 250 Ingle, Kip — 118, 237 Ingram, John — 224 Ingram, Thomas — 156, 158, 237 Ingram, Wendy — 69, 71, 100, 124, 224 Irwin, Jo — 88, 237 Irwin, Louis — 215 Isaacs, Kim — 250 Isaacson, Glenn — 122, 179 Israel, Barbara — 100, 113, 224 Ivey, Dr, Sandra — 85, 86, 210 Jackson, Anne — 113, 224 Jackson, Charles — 250 Jackson, James, Jr. — 224 Jagger, Robert — 153, 250 Jokes, Alison — 89, 224 James, Cindy — 224 James, David — 250 James, Elizabeth — 250 James, Steven — 250 James, Dr. Glenn J, — 195 Jarre tt, Malvin — 250 Jeffries, Brian — 163, 250 Jeffries, Dr. Edward F., Jr. — 176 Jenkins, Jane — 86, 210 Jenkins, Margaret — 70, 250 Jensen, Donna — 237 Jensen, Jerry — 86, 215 Jensen, William — 250 Johns, Christopher — 250 Johns, Keith — 64, 90, 112, 179 Johnson, Agnes — 89, 170 Johnson, Carol — 237 Johnson, Christa — 102, 203 Johnson, Debbie — 102, 197 Johnson, Denise — 250 Johnson, Donald — 250 Johnson, Dr. R. Frank — 213 Johnson, Gretchen — 224 Johnson, Ingrid — 77, 78, 85, 205 Johnson, Jay — 212 Johnson, Jody — 250 Johnson, Juii — 96, 100, 189 Johnson, Julie — 237 Johnson, Laura — 102, 224 Johnson, Lori — 100, 113, 237 Johnson, Robert — 250 Johnson, Tamera — 250 Johnson, Todd — 116, 117, 179 Johnston, Jon — 105, 237 Jones, Bill — 153 Jones, Donald — 68, 113, 217 Jones, Gregg — 217 Jones, James — 224 Jones, Sharon — 79, 80, 85, 126, 175 Jones, Steve — 110 Jones, Wilmot — 237 Jones, Griff — 250 Joplin, Terri — 111, 224 Jordan, Barry — 76, 77. 78, 85, 205 Jordan, Ellen — 70, 71 96, 121 224 Jordan, James, — 76, 212 Jordan, Jerry — 77, 78, 224 Jorgensen, Jerry — 250 Jospeh, Debro — 81 250 Joyner, Bryant — 71 106, 224 Joyner, Tillie — 250 Justice, James — 237 Kabel, Michele — 250 Kanoszka, Deborah — 237 Kappauf, Wayne — 237 Kopraun, Marilyn — 250 Korr, James — 128, 151 237 Kassien, Terry — 224 Kassman, Andrew — 250 Kossman, Nicholas — 180 Katzenberger, Monika — 71 Kazonecki, James — 250 Keating, Hollie — 149, 250 Keiter, Charlene — 82, 250 Keller, Scott — 78, 250 Kelley, Jim — 250 Kellman, Gwen — 86, 224 Kellman, Virginia — 180 Kelly, Kevin — 224 Kelly, Shaun — 237 Kelsey, Keri — 76, 80, 100, 124, 237 Kelso, Barbara — 210 Kemp, Ann-Marie — 82, 111, 237 Kennedy, Karen — 125, 237 Kennedy, Paul — 124, 232, 237 Kennedy, Timothy — 72, 116, 117, 180 Kenney, Elizabeth — 80, 224 Kern, LeEtto — 251 Kerper, Richard — 112, 199 Keyes, Sheryl — 237 King, David — 76, 93, 251 King, Kent — 237 King, Mark — 237 King, Nancy — 251 King, Rodney — 71 72, 85, 90, 110, 127, 180 Kinnard, Jean — 171 Kirkhort, Timothy — 189 Kirklond, Carolyn — 89, 189 Kirkwood, Susan — 86, 224 Kirsch, Amy — 251 Kissner, Robert — 251 Kistler, Carol — 251 Klein, Charles — 251 Klein, Cindy — 225 Klingensmith, Judy — 261 Knez, Rick — 180 Knight, Audrey — 72, 90, 100, i13, 224 Knight, Nancy — 251 Knight, Randy — 237 Knights, Scott — 251 Kniskern, Philip — 116, 238 Knowles, David — 237 Knox, Jamie — 251 Knute, Carolyn — 105 Knuth, Bradley — 251 Koch, Donald — 224 Koger, Carolyn — 81 210 Kokomoor, Chris — 158, 251 Komar, Michael — 180 Konsler, Nancy — 70, 72, 90, 126, 224 Koontz, Carol — 102, 181 Korth, Kevin — 112, 211 Kovach, Keith — 153, 251 Krajicek, Kerry — 251 Kramer, Brian — 151 224 Kramer, Robert — 73, 112, 181 Kramig, Robert, IV — 145, 147, 238 Krause, Karen — 93, 238 Kretchman, Charles — 238 Kridle, James — 225 Krycheck, Kerry — 225 Kumpf, Craig — 251 Lacagnin, Julie — 251 Lackey, John — 122, 199 Laflame, Lori — 251 Logoni, Lisso — 251 Lake, James — 83, 238 Lamb, Jeffrey — 68, 87, 106, 115 Lampley, Jill — 181 Landis, June — 81 82, 83, 251 London, Betsy — 90, 238 Landry, Carolyn — 238 Lane, Jennie — 126, 238 Langendorff, Peter — 81 251 Langston, Donna — 102, 225 Lanning, Anne — 76, 77, 238 Lardie, Kim — 238 LaRochelle, Emily — 238 Larson, Jeffrey — 68, 114, 225 Loshbrook, Dru — 1 14, 225 Lastinger, Cindy — 225 Latham, Tracie — 80, 126, 189 Lour, Morgan — 251 LoVoy, Patricia — 211 Law, Duff — 251 Law, David, Jr. — 118, 238, Lawrence, Doreen — 76, 251 Layman, Cynthia — 73, 107, 126, 225 Layton, Darlene — 102, 189 Lebo, Lawrence — 84, 225 Lebowitz, Rondi — 225 Lee, Brian — 116, 117, 181 Lee, John — 225 Lee, Patricia — 225 LeFeber, Glen — 225 Leffell, Rhonda — 211 Lego, Douglas — 122, 238 Lehman, Michael — 238 Lehman, Robert — 238 Leis, Deborah — 195 Leitner, Laura — 251 Leitner, Robert — 72, 199 Lennon, Robert — 151 251 Leonard, Jeffrey — 87, 124, 238 Lepere, Marc — 238 Lett, Jeffrey — 238 Letti. John R, — 122, 225 Levett, Leonne — 70, 117, 251 Lewis, James — 76, 80, 251 Lewis, John — 122, 225 Lewis, Lavinia — 251 Liddle, David — 69, 225 Liesman, June — 91 Lightle, Brian — 251 Lind, David — 122, 238 Lindberg, Gretchen — 251 Lindgren, Diane — 251 Lindsey, Ian — 93 Liphort, Robert — 251 Lisak, Shari — 87, 225 Litrento, Francis — 90, 181 Lloyd, Carta — 251 Lloyd, Erik — 251 Loesche, Brigette — 76, 251 Loesche, Marilyn — 238 Loesche, Pamela — 67, 238 Long, James — 85, 122, 181 Longden, Richard — 85, 90, 114, 181 Longden, Susan — 181 Lott, Dr. John Raymond — 192 Lopez, Amarilis — 225 Louer, Cynthia — 70, 225 Lowery, James — 76, 251 Loyer, Karen — 81 251 Luce, Francis, L. — 171 Luce, Lee — 251 Luce, Samuel W. — 171 Luciani, Steven — 251 Ludwig, Valerie — 80, 84, 85, 126, 217 Lunn, Karen — 238 Lupfer, Sarah — 102, 225 Lussier, Elaine — 81 251 M MacDonald, Robert — 85, 204 MacEwen, Robert — 1 16, 238 Mack, Thomas B. — 87, 88, 184 Mack. Anne — 113 MacNeil, Stanley H. — 86 Mahon. Stephanie — 252 Moiese. Margaret — 87, 227 Molcheff, Timothy — 238 Maleeny, Robert — 203 Malik, Mariam — 195 Moll, Margaret — 100, 238 Mallard, Steven — 252 Mallory, Elizabeth — 252 Malloy, Kathleen — 70, 79, 126, 225 Mcloy, Susan — 225 Moneggio, Donna — 225 Manger, Lexonne — 73, 252 Mann, Karri — 98, 155, 225 Mann, Ronald — 225 Monnino, Cynthia — 252 Manns, Elizabeth — 252 Manson, George — 116, 117, 181 Mantle, Debbie — 252 Mantle, Charles — 252 Mapel, John, III — 87, 238 Marine, Christopher — 85, 181 Marsala, Eileen — 252 Marshall, Darci — 225 Marshall, Ricky — 181 Martin, Daniel — 106, 238 Martin, Dr. Thomas — 181 Martineau, Joel — 153, 225 Martinez, Dr. Jose R. — 92, 195 Martinez, Maria — 86, 217 Martinez, Rebeca — 111, 238 Mashke, Susan — 86, 217 Mason, Georgia — 84, 126, 225 Mason, Lisa — 149, 252 Massimilla, Laura — 238 Mathis, Angela — 67, 252 Matlock, Dr. Charley, C, — 151, 198 Mattera, Judith — 190 Matthews, John — 76, 124, 225 Matthews, John, Jr. — 79, 206 Mottle, Donna — 81, 238 Mattox, Suzanne — 98, 225 Motz, John — 252 Maus, Tinnothy — 252 Mayes, Tami — 93, 252 Maynard. Lisa — 252 Mazzamaro, Jeffrey — 252 Mazzanti, Mary — 102, 239 Mazzanti, Vera — 102, 226 McAllum, Helen — 91, 107 McAulay, Cynthia — 102, 239 Mcknight, George — 128, 151, 226 McAulay, Holly — 252 McCabe, Jill — 100, 113, 156. 239 McCabe, Patrick — 252 McCain, Laurette — 68. 85, 90, 114, 181 McCallum, Jean — 107, 252 McCarter, Barbara — 156, 252 McCorter, Bonnie — 156, 252 McCarter, Steven — 239 McCarthy, Helen — 186 McCarty, Anne — 118, 252 McClain, Marguerite — 124, 252 McClaskey, Mike — 114, 199 McClure, Nancy — 239 McCoomb, Daniel — 252 McCorkle, Barbara — 92, 252 McDermott, Patricia — 70, 226 McDonald, Kim — 252 McE ver, Richard — 71, 201 McFarland, Robert — 156, 181 McGann, Mauclin — 81, 252 McGinn, John — 87, 124, 181 McGinty, Theresa — 73, 98, 149, 226 McGraw, Daniel — 145, 239 McHugh, Bruce — 239 Mcintosh, Helen — 89, 196 Mclsaac, Matthew — 69, 112, 232, 239 McKenzie, Sandra — 217 McLear, Beverly — 226 McLellan, Ray — 76, 78, 213 McLelland, Albert — 201 McMahon, Elizabeth — 70, 100, 225 McManamon, Michael — 239 McMillan, Melissa — 85, 1 16, 117, 213 McMillan, Susan — 252 McNeil, Kathleen — 79, 96, 105, 186 McPike, Sandy — 86 McQuade, David — 128, 151, 181 McVicker, Alan R. — 76 Mead, Annette — 71, 126, 239 Meade, Suzanne — 252 Mears, Mark — 226 Mebane, Gaye — 252 Mediate, James — 226 Mee, Joseph — 252 Meekins, Randy — 253 Meenan, Linda — 102, 1 14, 239 Meenan, Maureen — 85. 102, 124, 181 Meherg, Mary Jane — 239 Melhorn, Charlotte — 239 Menasche, Raymond — 181 Mentzer, Ricky — 128, 226 Menzies, Elizabeth — 96, 226 Menzies, Kenneth — 76, 252 Merchant, William — 226 Merians, Michael — 239 Mericle, Marie — 91 Merrigan, Maureen — 252 Merrill, Anne — 239 Merwin, Kelly — 67, 72, 78, 81. 100, 113 Meyer, Daryl — 252 Meyer, Diana — 252 Meyer, Elsie — 252 Michelson, Todd — 253 Milby, Debra — 77, 78, 206 Miles, Christina — 253 Miles, Janet — 80, 82, 83, 253 Miles, Renea — 86, 211 Milewski, Paul — 106, 239 Miller, Anthony — 77, 78, 226 Miller, Beth — 252 Miller, Diana — 98, 199 Miller, Donna — 204 Miller, Elizabeth — 253 Miller. Fred — 239 Miller, Helen — 71, 90, 113, 181 Miller, Nancy Sue — 226 Mines, Mark — 145, 147, 253 Mitchell, Patricia — 79, 226 Mobberly, Dr. David G. — 85, 169 Mock, Amy — 253 Mocny. Kim — 253 Mollet. Brian — 71, 122. 156. 226 Molzahn, Marilyn — 239 Monteleagre, Monte — 253 Montford, Cindy — 85, 90, 96, 121, 181 Montgomery, Lois — 72, 102, 226 Montgomery, Tracy — 70, 87, 88, 226 Moody, Daniel — 181 Moore, Jay — 253 Moore, Liz — 253 Moore, Sean — 112, 182, 259 Moose, Dana — 239 Moron, Hugh A.. Jr. — 85. 169 Morejon. Carmen — 253 Morgan. Mcott — 239 Moriarity. Thomas — 239 Morton, Daniel — 253 Morton. Jill — 81, 117, 226 Morton, Kathy — 107, 226 Morton, Sanford — 128, 182 Moskal. Jackie — 253 Moss, Ann — 124, 253 Moss, Wilbert — 78, 206 Moulton, Susanna — 113, 253 Mowatt, David — 118, 239 Muckenthaler, John — 90, 112, 182 Mugg, Dr. Giegory — 86, 210 Mullen, Carol — 253 Mullikin, Jacquelin — 73. 81, 117, 149, 226 Mundoy, Carol — 253 Munson, Linda — 252 Munson, Mark — 153. 253 Murphine, Jane — 239 Murphy, Maureen — 190 Murphy, Sean — 145. 147, 252 Murphy, Timothy — 252 Murray, Karen — 71, 96, 121, 182, 259 Murvin, Clinton, Jr. — 226 Musante, Marie — 199 Myrick, Anna — 107, 126, 190 N Nance, Holly — 190 Nantes, Edwin — 253 Nash, Connie — 226 Naugle, Dianne — 111, 253 Neal. Rhonda — 66. 70. 72. 79, 85. Ill, 226 Nett. Cheryl — 253 Neiswonder, Mary — 111, 211 Nelson, Laurie — 93, 253 Nemjo, John — 118, 226 Nemjo, Vivian — 239 Newton, William — 112, 239 Nichols, John — 145, 226 Nichols. Misty — 70, 76, 93, Otiewski, Mark — 254 Overholt, Shelley —98, 113, 186 Overstreet, Tom, Jr. — 227 Owen, Stephen — 145, 254 Owens. Donna — 67, 254 Owens, Joseph L. — 86 Pachik, Michael — 171 Pack, Lawanda — 190 Pack, Randal — 227 Page, Kimberly — 73, 121, 254 Palmer, David — 254 Palmer, Peter — 80, 175 Pannazzo, Lisa — 98, 113, 227 Parham, Karen — 77, 80, 81, 240 Parker. Cheri — 80, 254 Parker, Christina — 149, 254 239 Nichols, Rebecca — 100, 117. 226 Nichols, Gerald, Jr. — 226 Nickerson, Connie E. — 86 Nickerson, Kelly A. — 70, 76, 88, 253, 288 Nickse, Andrew — 253 Nielsen, Lore — 93, 253 Nobile, Kim — 253 Noblit, Jill — 64, 70, 79, 226, 288 Nocco, Kelly — 253 North, John — 253 Northrup, James — 151, 253 Nostrand, Tracy 239 Nunley, Nelly — 217 Nunley. Pierre — 122, 182 O ' Hagan, Robin — 64, 67, 79, 227, 288 Obrecht, John — 288 Oak, Timothy — 253 Oare, Adele — 76, 82, 190 Ochsner, Steven — 128, 239 Odio, Cesar — 226 O ' Dowd, Karin — 93, 253 OettI, , Kurt — 145, 253 O ' Geory, Mary — 76, 78, 227 Oleory, Harold — 182 Oleory, Kevin — 239 Oleary, Patricia — 96, 175 O ' Leary, Timothy — 211 Olejasz, Chester — 253 Oliver, Maria — 100, 240 Oliver, Mark — 128, 182 Olsen, Karen — 227 Olson, Craig — 128, 227 O ' Meara, Chris — 253 O ' Neil, Stephen — 253 O ' Neill, Dean — 253 Ortiz, Jose — 82, 122, 240 Osborn, Jeremy — 254 O ' Sheilds, Marshel — 254 Parker, Dave — 254 Parkman, Donna — 96, 121, 158, 240 Parks, Allison — 70, 126, 227 Parks, Bernadette — 91 Parrott, Jolyn — 89, 190 Parry, David — 116, 227 Porsche, Paula — 206 Parsons, Weldon — 76, 254 Parsons, Donald J. — 79, 254 Patri, Thomas — 151, 227 Patrick, Jom — 182 Patterson, Jeffrey — 240 Pattullom, Mark — 254 Peacock, Alexander — 254 Peaster, Pat — 81 Pendergross, Bishop E.J. — 169 Penn, Dr, Bennett — 76, 78, 204 Penn, Karen — 158, 240 Penty, Sylvia — 100, 124, 240 Perciasepe, Bonnie — 227 Perciasepe, John — 128, 240 Pereo, Wanda — 98, 113, 211 Perkins, James — 70, 201 Perrone, Dorina — 100, 227 Pesanello, Michael — 254 Peterson, Craig — 116, 240 Peterson, Donna — 240 Peterson, John — 254 Petrulionis, Joseph — 227 Petry, Richard, Jr. — 64, 90, 122, 227, 288 Pettewoy, Roy — 87, 88, 105, 185 Pettry, Joy — 102, 149, 227 Peyser, Martine — 199 Pfaender, Julie — 102. 227 Phillips, Fred — 122, 182 Phillips, Inez — 91 Phillips, William — 80, 254, 288 Phillips, Warren — 254 Phipps, Michael — 71, 112, 182 Piatnik, Michael — 227 Pickering, Randall — 82, 182 Pickering, Rhonda — 254 mmmMmfpismm iafgi V ■ Piemonte, Constance — 254 Pinder. Robin — 1 10, 240 Pirie, John — 156, 254 Pirkle, Fronkie — 182 Pitt, Louise — 191 Plowman, Dr. Edwin F. — 210 Podesta, Anne — 76, 155, 254 Pololle, Mark — 240 Poinsett, Kimberly — 107, 227 Pope, Marian — 91 Porter, Karen — 102, 240 Potochney, Diana — 254 Pou, Ebbie Sue — 67, 227 Powell, Moisie — 254 Powers, Gayla — 87, 88, 217 Powers, Matttiew — 185 Pravden, Janet — 92 Prevatt, Dr. Rubert W, — 184 Prevatte, Thomas — 182 Price, David — 254 Price, Deanna — 254 Price, George — 85, 90, 182 Price, Pickens C, — 116, 117 Pridgen, Karoline — 254 Priebe, Walter — 145, 147, 240 Priest, Thomas — 182 Primm, Mary — 86, 227, 288 Propst, Thomas — 87, 110, 227 Pryor, Scott — 122, 240 Puckett, Paul — 76, 77, 78, 254 Putter, Jenny — 254 Pugh, Linda — 227 Pullum, Linda — 227 Pults, Susan — 240 Purdy, Kelley — 227 Pyms, David — 240 Quilgey, John — 71, 85, 86, 211 Quill, Dwayne — 254 Quinn, Laura — 254 Quist, Amy — 98, 105, 227 Racht, Betsy — 254 Radford, Carl — 182 Radon, Brian — 240 Raines, Julia — 227 Ramsey, Lori — 246 Rankin, Judith — 240 Rapp, Christine — 87, 98, 240 Rassmann, Richard — 67, 254 Rattman, Joy — 240 Readdick, David L. — 85. 169 Reategui, Fernando — 145, 227 Reece, Marjorie — 69, 70, 232, 240 Reece, Norman — 124, 182 Reed, Robert — 79, 80. 128, 175 Reeves, Willie — 254 Reichel, Rhonda — 89, 190 Reift, Tracy — 227 Reitinger, Gail — 96, 240 Reunert, Richard — 254 Renninger, Diane — 254 Reynolds, Joy — 254 Reynolds, William — 118, 240 Rhymer, Mary — 76, 254 Rice, Vicki — 254 Richards, Matthew — 254 Richardson, Priscilla — 124, 254 Rickey, Daniel — 71, 199 Rickett. Jennifer — 71, 00, 124, 183 Ricks, Lynn — 78 Riddle, Dawn — 254 Ridley, Margaret — 254 Riker, David — 199 Rinard, Garth — 255 Ring, Koran — 84, 126, 227 Ritsema, Susan — 255 Roark, Julie — 255 Robbins, Rosalie — 72, 86, 124, 228 Robbins, Hal, II — 124, 228 Roberson, Glide — 228 Robert, Liz — 117, 255 Roberto, A., Ill — 128, 151, 228 Roberts, Lynn — 240 Roberts, Mary — 102, 175 Roberts, Verno — 190 Robertson, Ralph — 240 Robinson, Briggette — 81, 82, 89, 111, 228, 288 Robinson, Carrie — 240 Robinson, Deborah — 203 Robinson, Diane — 64, 67, 96, 240, 288 Robinson, George G. — 216 Robinson, Tammy — 241 Robinson, Richard — 87, 106, 240 Robson, Denise — 228 Rogers, David — 67, 241 Rogers, Faye — 87, 88, 185 Rogers, John — 87, 241 Rogers, Llisa — 96, 102. 149, 217 Rogers, Joan — 228 Rogers, Mead F., Jr. — 169 Rogers, Potti — 66, 79, 98, 186 Rogers, Penny — 96, 113, 228 Rogers, Valerie — 107, 241 Rooks, Priscilla — 117, 228 Roseveor, Virginia — 100, 228 Ross, Susan — 255 Ross, William — 114, 228 Rothwell, Jeffrey — 255 Rothwell, Kathy — 85 Rou, Jennifer — 244, 255 Rowan, Peter — 69, 158, 241 Roy, Cynthia — 255 Rozek, Barbara — 241 Rucks, Nancy — 102, 241 Rude, Sheri — 255 Ruftin, John — 211 Ruftner, Peter — 241 Ruland, David — 241 Rupert, Eric — 112, 241 Russell, Rich — 255 Ryals, Wesley — 192 Sabean. Jeffrey — 241 Sabia, James — 255 Sobie, Kaldoon — 153, 255 Sadler, Jeffrey — 241 Saffron, Susanne — 107, 241 Soghafian, Kourosh — 255 Samuels, Margaret — 255 Sanscrainte, Denise — 102, 149, 228 Santosuosso, John E. — 84, 201 Sardinha, David — 71, 114, 228 Sargeant, Sharon — 241 Sauls, Sharon — 255 Saunders, Wayne — 100, 241 Sawyer, Cheryl — 255 Sawyer, Gary — 87, 228 Sawyer, Harry — 254 Sawyer, Janet — 67, 241 Sawyer, Robin — 128, 241 Scotes, Doris — 178 Schauseil, Karen — 228 Scheck, Steven — 241 Scheitlin, Anne — 241 Schick, Thomas — 213 Schilling, Kenneth — 145, 147, 228 Schilling, Patricio — 98, 113, 228 Schmalkuche. Frederick — 118, 228 Schmidt, Cana — 78, 111, 241 Schmidt, Helen — 228 Schmidt, Todd — 78, 110, 228 Schmitz, Carolyn — 81, 241 Schoff, Cynthia — 201 Schooler, Denise — 254 Schuetz, Karen — 81, 255 Schultz, Darren — 241 Schultz, Henry — 255 Schweizer, Kristen — 64, 79, 82, 85, 186, 288 Scoville, Sandra — 98, 124, 183 Sears, Brent — 1 14, 228 Sechrist, George, III — 112, 145, 241 Seehafer, Lisa — 255 Seelboch, Margaret — 255 Seger, Roynette — 255 Seibert, Samuel — 241 Self, Rebecca — 186 Sellars, Sanna — 98, 158, 228 Selley, Gordon — 228 Selman, Robert — 77 Senatore, Frank — 183 Sengstock, Christine — 183 Senif, Dion — 191 Sedane, Carlos — 116, 158, 241 Service, Susan — 255 Settle, Robert — 106, 241 Sexton, Charles, Jr. — 87, 185 Shackelford, Diane — 228 Shackelford, Karen — 96, 241 Shackelford, L. — 122, 153, 228 Shafer, Elizabeth — 71, 72, 102, 228 Shaffer, Tom — 255 Shanabarger, Laura — 255 Shane, Warren — 255 Shanks, Ellis — 255 Sharpe, Lanita — 102, 228 Shea, William — 122, 241 Sheehan, Jeffery — 151, 255 Sheffield, Daryl — 122, 183 Sherman, Stacy — 102, 183 Sheilds, Donald — 199 Smith, Quinton — 229 Smith, Robert, Jr. — 87, 128, 229 Snead, Robert — 242 Snell, Gregory — 122, 145, 229 Snell, Susan — 86, 87, 88 Snoles, Susan — 70, 229 Snow, Lea — 155, 255 Snyder, Brenda — 191 Sole, Theresa — 255 Sorg, Teri — 229 Sorrentino, Lisa — 255 Sowers, Jamie — 77, 255 Spagina, Tiber — 229 Spagnoletto, Vincent — 255 Spann, Joseph — 229 Speakman, Branson — 256 Speokman, Miriam — 242 Spears, Carol — 242 Spencer, Mary Lou — 171 Spinosa, Frank — 256 Sportman, John — 256 Springer, Steve — 229 Sreenan, Dr. Barbara — 209 St. Germain, Donna — 81, 242 Stallings, Lawrence — 170 Storks. Sara — 96. 206 Stata, Linda — 156 Stead, William — 229 Steeg, Robert — 256 Steele, William — 107, 242 Steendyk, Tessa — 92, 98, 192 Stephens, Edward — 242 Stephens, Karen — 100, 121, 158, 242 Stephens, Sandra — 86. 211 Stephens, Stephanie — 241 Stephens, William B. — 169 Stephens, Allen — 73, 116, 229 Stephenson, Bruce — 256 Stephey, Sharon — 242 Stevens, Albert — 122, 242 INDEX Shipley, Melinda — 107, 255 Shoe, Jim — 145 Shroyer, Tina — 107, 255 Shuck, Candoce — 191 Shusterman. Karen — 93, 126, 228 Sickles, Brian — 228 Simcox, Barbara — 228 Simes, Erik — 255 Simons, Peto — 255 Simpson, Holly — 255 Sims, Joseph — 241 Sims, Kevin — 124, 241 Sims, Tracy — 255 Sirois, Sandee — 228 Sitta, Douglas — 187 Slider, Leonard — 242 Sloan, Eleanor — 229 Slutz, James F. — 206 Smeltzly, Harold M. — 85, 198 Smeltzly, Sara — 255 Smith, Cynthia — 124, 199 Smith, Jennifer — 93, 255 Smith, Robert — 106. 158, 229 Smith, Stacy — 229 Stetter, Karlo — 86 Stewart, Jack — 242 Stewart, Kothy — 242 Stewart, Kipmon — 256 Stewart, Russell — 256 Stiff, Paul — 1 14, 229 Stitzel, John — 183 Stoddard, Dr. Donna — 175 Stoepker, Judith — 242 Stoffer, Suzanne — 256 Stoicovy, Donald G. — 1 12 Stone, Alice — 117, 155, 256 Strain, Gale — 73, 102, 229 Strand, Brian — 256 Stratos, Pamela — 81, 256 Straw, Kotherine — 73, 196 Strawser, Christopher — 256, 288 Strickland, Barbara — 107, 229 Strong, Shari — 211 Stroud, Denise — 102, 107, 229 Struck. Steven — 242 Strukel, Jeanne T. — 98. 105 Stuart, Donald — 229 Studstill, Lee — 229 Stuhldreher, Linda — 93, 256 Sullivan, Mary — 256 Sullivan, Kevin — 87, 256 Sunderlin, Jeffery — 1 14, 229 Southerland, Dr, A. Rand — 201 Svointel , Steven — 106, 242 Swartz, Charles — 242 Sweeting, Lyndon — 146 Swindell, Michael — 229 Swindle, William — 122, 229 Sylvester, Greg — 145, 147, 199 Szobo, Frank P. — 85, 171 Tabb, Karen — 211 Tadlock, Judith — 256 Talamonti, Wayne — 73, 87, 217 Talamonti, Wendy — 86, 87, 88, 98, 128, 229 Tanzi, Michael — 229 Tarnowski, David — 256 Tate, Tracy — 256 Tauby, Charles — 182 Taylor, Andrew — 79, 80, 127, 128, 175 Taylor, Beverly — 256 Taylor, Glynn — 256 Taylor, Julie — 77, 229 Taylor, Mark — 256 Taylor, Pamela — 96, 229 Taylor, Wanda — 229 Teran, Ana — 98, 121, 149, 232 Teran, Maria — 256 Tertulien, Felix — 229 Thomas, Judy — 86, 217 Thomas, Leslie — 79, 80, 98, 105, 175 Thomas, Temple — 96, 121, 242 Thomas, Todd — 72, 1 10, 242 Thompson, Douglas — 256 Thompson, Lori — 256 Thompson, Peter — 87, 242 Thorn, Carson — 256 Thorn, Edward W. — 186 Thrift, Dr, Charles Tinsley, Jr. — 85, 169 Thrower, Patricia — 229 Thwaites, Robert — 256 Tims, Tamara — 73, 96, 199 Tobin, Janet — 72, 81, 229 Tobler, Christine — 85, 187 Tolle, Hugh — 66, 79, 187 Telle, Laura — 102, 230 Tolley, Laura — 70, 230 Tompkins, Dr, John A. — 84, 215 Torrey, Eric — 64, 230, 288 Tremblay, Andrea — 256 Trickett, John — 112, 183 Triffon, Krys — 242 Tripp, Joseph — 230 Tripp, Dr, John R — 86, 215 Trombley, Deborah — 256 Trotter, Miriam — 230 Truesdale, Susan — 124, 256 Tucker, William — 81, 118, 145 242 Turbeville, Reta — 92, 256 Turk, Joseph — 242 Turnbull, John — 114, 145, 183 Turner, Frank — 182 Turner, Linda — 92 Turner, Richard E. — 87 Tutan, Jeffrey — 124, 242 Tutan, Jill — 105, 256 Tutan, Lynn — 66, 79, 98 124 187 Tuttle, Laura — 90, 183 Twible, Barbara — 256 U Uhrmann, Bradley — 122 Upham, Cynthia — 80, 256 Usher, Etter, III — 156, 242 Vacca, David — 256 Vailonis, Anita — 76, 77, 256 Valdes, Dennis — 230 Van Antwerp, Kenneth, Jr — 242 Vanderstyne, Gerald — 242 Vaughn, Walter — 230 Venderlic, Kristiann — 89, 192 Verssen, Cynthia — 80, 256 Via, Donna — 84, 203 Vidal, Rosa — 86, 92, 211 Vignola. Lawrence — 71, 112 242 Vigue, Fred — 85, 128, 206 Vilushis, Charles — 68, 87, 88 1 14, 230 Viner, Carol — 230 Voglewede, James — 230 Vollman, Jean — 102, 149, 230 Von Ruckteschell, Jovita — 183 Von Paleske, Gerda — 93, 192 W Waddell, Thomas — 153, 242 Wade, Dana — 257 Wagner, Cynthia — 107, 243 Wagner, Gary — 112 Walker, Andrea — 76, 257 Walker, Carol — 102, 230 Walker, Daniel — 66, 230 Wallis, Thomas — 118, 243 Walsh, Cynthia — 64, 67, 79, 230, 288 Walton, Stephen — 211 Wander, Ronald — 257 Word, Barbara — 79, 187 Ward, Elizabeth — 81, 257 Ward, Richard — 182 Warfield, Linn — 257 Warner, Pamela — 100, 243 Warren, Jeffrey — 243 Wasko, Richard — 90, 112, 183 Waterbury, Debra — 64, 243 288 Waters, Harold — 85, 172, 186 288 Waters, Kelly — 100, 243 Watkins, John — 76, 191 Watkins, Joy — 89, 98, 217 Watkins, Mary — 217 Watson, Mary — 77, 111. 230 Watt, John — 257 Weaver, Dr Christopher T, — 209 Weaver, Kevin — 230 Weaver, Paul — 257 Weaver, Shari — 257 Weaver, Dr, Walter P. — 85 213 Webb, Kelley — 257 Webb, Lois — 149, 196 Webb, Reva — 183 Webber, Anne — 230 Webber, Joan — 191 Weber, Michael — 257 Webster, Melinda — 68, 243 Weekley, George — 243 Weeks, Tad — 112 Weil, Jeffrey — 257 Weishaupt, Curtis — 243 Weishaupt, Janice — 76, 206 Weitermann, Gary — 87, 118 230 Welch, James — 76, 257 Welch, James V. — 1 16, 257 Welch, Susan — 96, 230 Welter, John — 230 Wells, Nancy — 243 Wells, William — 87, 122, 243 Welter, Lynn — 183 Wensel. Duane — 257 West, Leigh — 126, 243 Westertield, Susan — 91 Weston, Lance — 257 Wetzel, Jennifer — 230 Whetzel, Janet — 102. 183 Whipple, Frank — 73. 124 Whitaker, Dean — 83, 201 Whitaker, John — 257 White, Catherine — 257 White, Lisa — 257 White, Nancy — 77, 257 White, William — 153, 257 White, Jethro — 230 Whitehead, John — 64, 69, 70, 77, 82, 83, 244, 257, 288 Whitehead, Marilyn — 79, 80, 126, 230 Whitehill, Jan — 98, 243 Whiteman, Robert — 257 Whitlock, Brand — 79, 187 Whitlock, Palmer — 112, 183 Whitney, Janice — 191 Whitten, James — 257 Wilcenski, John — 243 Wilcoxon, Lisa — 257 Wilder, Laura — 66, 67, 79, 100, 117, 187 Wiley, C Jeffrey — 90. 181 Wilkinson, Robin — 243 Willard, Dr. Thomas Maxwell — 87, 215 Wille, Paul — 171, 288 Willey, Diana — 84, 203 Willey, Jonathan — 257 Williams, Alice — 230 Williams, Fred — 230 Williams, Jack — 230 Williams, Jeffrey — 106, 243 Williams, Laura — 66, 70, 102, 243 Williams, Nancy — 80, 98, 243 Williams, A. Fred — 257 Willis, Linda — 191 Willis, W Waite — 85, 213 Wilson, Brenda — 230 Winkler, Becky — 71, 98, 230 Winsett, Scott — 230 Winters, Donald — 243 Wisbeski, Loralei — 243 Wise Clara — 171 Wissel, Harold Robert — 198 Withers, Karen — 98, 191 Wixted, Patricia — 79. 18 Woerner, Cathy — 64. 243. 288 Wolfe, Lois — 82, 83, 85. 213 Wolfe, Susan — 82, 86, 111 231 Wolfe, Lawson — 257 Woloson, Judith — 257 Wood, Donna — 121, 257 Wood, Doris — 89. 231 Woodford, Sarah — 72. 231 Woodruff, William — 231 Woods, Harriet — 211 Wooten, Edward — 73, 113, 183 Wooten. Melvin E., Jr. — 79. 85, 175 Workman, David — 243 Workman, Robert III — 217 Wormwood, Carol — 71, 98, 231 Worthington, Beth — 243 Wreed, Johathan — 122, 156, 243 Wright, Steven — 68, 72, 90, 116. 231 Wroten. Valerie — 90 Wuertz. Norman Allen — 203 Yancey. Christopher — 151. 257 Yancey, Susan — 80, 175 Yang, Hon — 217 Yates, Neil — 243 Yerkes, Damon — 145, 243 York, Job — 158, 199 Young, Lisa — 87, 113, 243 Young, Lisa — 257 Young, Charles, II — 117, 183 Zaput, Mollie — 231 Zartman, Glenn — 257 Zdanowicz, Michael — 78, 110, 231 Zahntner, Steven — 84, 217 Ziel, Elizabeth — 257 Zieman, Dr. Gwendolyn M. — 195 Zimmerman, Dr Robert Lee — 195 Zinn, Tami — 257 Zipko, Robert — 231 Zobel, Kathryn — 107, 124, 191 Zuroski, Kristeen — 231 Zuzulo, Lucy — 257 l5Kf ,. U ■ - Hide Irom Remnanti 0 our nn»l cloth thai cost fron $3.00 to SS 00 • Jtr4. Equal entf $5 95 BUYS h MAN ' S ALL-WOOL SUIT. I and Sc aoh OUR RECENT INVENTORY 1) 10 rogulir (IS.00 and 126.00 mada to m ) lo aa ' So ' . ' j " i « " .° f L.i I ' t. ' ur ' n 1 00 4 t» M n da •rUa cUU «!•■«, t«aAj ■•ikia af Ua tftJUHsfc Utkar sa.ss to 1I3.SS ■ aaa l la f a af arj .lia TO«l h.llU. w.lrtrt. ckaa »l« 1 U ra " ' ujin. ' " " " a i ' i " : °C. ' X " oui8 VEHOH CO.. ISS-197 W. Jeckaon St., Cnioaso, III. proof. 0«lTiiDti«d at al ribMnc For haarlnt, flahlnt, zploHna and AwKE ed flT-t ii miuai ' and madat at World . Palr- gravlnxa. KIHO r04.DIM0 CANVAS BOAT CO., •ti urwi ihe Yukon nrar i WHEEL CHAIRS ' o?. r INVALIDS ' GOODS. RicUNina Chaiks C mlo-t lor in. Catalofue Fr» j SIEVEIS ' OilML •M aiilB IT., riTTSBCBS. PA 55.$30 3oso?!cmEs NatJonal Pianos 100 NEW AND SECOND HAND. BB»WN. LEWIS CO., BW n» w.a., A.., CUaaj Magnificent New Grand Uprights Write f«-cirtn.laj HatloaAl Plaao Co.. 15 BrOA St., ' aw Tort The Late and Greater Improvement of the Writing Machine is the NEW ESCAPEMENT f th Remington Typcwi ' itcr It sets a new standard for Lightness of Touch. Swiftness of Action and Permanent ExcEi LENCE OF Work. The New Remington Models also have a New Variable Line Spacer, New Side Guide, NewTwoG)lor Lever and other important improvements. Remington Typewriter Company 825-327 Broadway, New York Branches Everywhere IT HAY SOUND OLD- FASBIONED.. . . . but we want to say thanks to the businesses and organizations that appear in this section of the 1980 INTERLACHEN. Our advertisers are very special— their support and interest helps make this record of the 1979-80 school year possible. They represent quality and service and we encourage you to call upon them. Quality and service, like saying " thanks " , are ideas that never go out of style PAY Cameras Strttt I, $iyl( 2, Cycle f oKUag Takea picturcaaxs. Double Rapid Symmct- U I rical Lena. Riaiog and Fallloa; From Tine. I ' loalaouocouaacd PoeumaticReleaae Shutter, t ' Fully (ua Vfcv Imclmdjog Ofrrylat Cu« Aorf $ 1 2 00 a«, imt imaing M. rryiag t Douhto PImU tlolttr ■ Free Trip to Paris Exposition In 1900. { Circulars t gcna«, or lent by mail ftiviog full infor- 1 - mation and bst of pnzci. C i Jogue FREE. i RAY CAMERA CO., J Smxmuon to MUTSCHLER, BOBBRTSOS a CO. f aoj Centre St., Rochester, N. V.SBJf - -@ = CD {ED £J3 lO) !S £1! (u) ' - fkp fUD f CJ JOYNER LUMBER INC, 301 S. Central Ave. Lakeland, Fla. Best Wishes Class of 1980 Education is Priceless There may De agreatfueure in store for you atPuldix. If you ' re friendly, honest and looking for an excellent career opportunity, you could be the kind of person Publix is looking for At F ublix you ' ll learn the food business from the ground up. What ' s more, salaries, benefits, working conditions and advancement opportuni ties are among the best in the industry. Check with your local Publix Super Market or at our offices in Lakeland, _ Miami or Jacksonville. And you ' ll be on i your way to a career with a secure future at F ' ublix, where shopping — and working — are a pleasure. Publix 273 Congratulations Class Of 1980 arnett anK. 331 South Florida Ave. Lime St. 3635 South Florida Ave. Dranefield Rd. Lal eland, Florida Member of F.D.I.C. PLASTER DRY WALL Congratulations to the Class of ' 80 Compliments of florida tile DJ BURL WILSON INC. 512 W. Maxwell Lakeland, Fla. 682-0158 CERAMIC TILE STUCCO CONGRATULATIONS to the class of 1980 from the Florida Southern College Bookstore CONGRATULATIONS to the class of 1980 RISK ROSES J.W. RISK OWNER WILLIAMS COLLEGE SERVICE Williams Williams 801 E. Palmetto St. Campus Facilities FRATERNITY SORORITY SUPPLIES CHECK CASHING FACILITIES LINEN SUPPLIES LAUNDRY DRY LINEN SHOE REPAIR Best Wishes from a newspaper with close ties and genuine affection for Florida Southern College: Printers of The Southern Three FSC alumni on the staff Advisors to the FSC Communications Dept. Employer of FSC Journalism Students We ' re practically one of you The Polk County Democrat Bartow ' s NEWSpaper Southern ' s FRIEND aff.iOB!lIf ' ;!BW l!!MHtf»5B il ' i)iiW«SSKfi(y« CONGRATULATIONS to the Class of 1980 Nunez Collins TOUCHTON a INDEPENDENT ROOFING INC. 4! 115 S. Lincoln Ave. Lakeland, Florida 688-9414 flHE PLACE Lake Miriam Square 4770 South Florida Ave, Lakeland, Florida 33803 Phone: 644-1446 SCHWEIZER ASSOCIATES, INC. architecture - engineering - planning THE ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN GROUP 277 . V . ; BAI O ' I p. BOX 89 • 495 ESUMMERLIN STREET BARTOW. FLORIDA 33830 TELEPHONE 18131 533-4114 Compliments of Piper Aircraft Corporation Lakeland Division RESERVATIONS TOURS 402 S. Kentucky Ave Lakeland, Florida 688-8404 TICKETS CRUISES Compliments of CEMENT PRODUCTS SUPPLY CO. INC. 516 W. Main Lakeland, Florida Tyler FLORAL SHOPPE Sinee 7 Large Selection Of Plants Browsers Welcome " FLOWERS FASHIONED WITH LOVE " 3 682-4754 IM or 688-7355 1214 E MAIN ST BEST WISHES to the 1980 Graduating Class Of FSC from the College Cafe and Terrace i?dCPenney Shop Dally 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Sunday 12:30 to 5:30 p.m. DOWNTOWN LAKELAND 321 S. Kentucky Ave. 688-8511 279 Congratulations to the Class of ' 80 Southern the traveler COMPLETE TRAVEL SERVICE itmn 682-2172 2015 South Florida Avenue Lakeland, Florida 33803 Peoples PAL Home of Peoples Pal 24 Hour Teller Peoples Bank of Lakeland 115 S MISSOURI AVE • PHONE 687-9500 • MEMBER FD I C MMMMlMiMi IMC FloridQ is minerals, chemicals, enviranment, people. lyiinOrQlS IMC produces more phosphate than any other company in the world. Annual capacity of over 13 million tons is 25 percent of U.S.. and 10 percent of world output. IMC ' s Port Sutton terminal on Tampa Bay can export five million tons annually to major world markets. ChemiCOlS.New Wales Chemicals, Inc., a subsidiary, operates the world ' s largest concentrated phosphate chemicals fertilizer plant. It also produces phosphate-based animal feed ingredients. Fertilizers Three plants offer a complete line of fertilizers for mid-Florida ranches, farms and groves, lawns and gardens. Environment. IMC recharges and recycles millions of gallons of water per day. New disciplines augment air quality controls, and expedite recovery of retaining ponds in a program that has reclaimed thousands of mined-out acres. Development. IMC Development Corporation, a land management subsidiary, has 35,000 acres in ranchland, 3,000 acres in citrus, plus major residential and commercial properties. People. More than 2.500 IMC employees contribute to mid-Horida ' s economy. Their talents and innovative efforts signal IMC ' s environmental operational progress. They care about mid-Florida, just as you do. Not just how it lives, but how well it lives, too. INTERNATIONAL MINERALS 6 CHEMICAL CORPORATION MORE INFORMATION... Courtesy copies of a special IMC study. " Phosphate and Florida ' s Environment " , and an IMC annual report available from IMC Florida Operations Post Office Box 3807 Lakeland. FL 33802 mmmmmm OMEGA IN THE SUMMER OF OUR JOURNEY WE BEGIN TO BUILD Omega. The end. The closing of the yearbook. The end of the year. But we hope that Interlachen 1980 will repre- sent a beginning rather than an ending for you. It is a be- ginning to understand our search for knowledge and wisdom and to understand ourselves. Our years at Florida Southern College are a part of the on- going search. These years are marked not only by midterms, finals and vacations, but also by our growth. Our education is not limited to classes and books, for we learn through doing, or at least trying. See- ing ... reaching . . . touching . . . being; each is a vital port of the process. We find our- selves in a period of transition, and college provides a chance to explore. Most of us come questioning to South- ern, and though we don ' t find all of the answers, we man- age to find some meaning in our world. Each day is a step toward fuller understanding. Looking back over the year, the days fade into one an- other, and we are left with a college of memories. There were the times when we hurt so much that we knew we couldn ' t take another step. There were the moments of lonely despair when it seemed that the world just didn ' t core, and we wondered why we bothered with it all. But we kept on and were invigorated by those days when everyth- ing went right, and we knew that we could conquer the world. Mostly, though, there were the in-between days, the routine days that tied it all together. With those days came a surge of strength when we realized that we had coped with everything, In remembering, we gain the satisfaction of at least partial- ly having discovered who and what we are. We realize that there are untapped depths within us. We have travelled this far in our journey and are prepared to meet the next stage. We have touched God, and He has touched us. Now we hove reached the summer of our journey. As we leave Southern, whether for the summer or for good, we take with us many memories. We will head off in different directions, but we will always carry with us the sense of community that is Florida Southern College. Primarily, though, we will take the knowledge that we hove gained, and hopefully, we will have the ability to build from it. For from that ability comes wisdom. And in discovering wisdom, we find that for which we have been searching — we find ourselves, and we find our God. A ' - ' ■ , .• ' - ' " The first thing is to acquire wis- dom; gain understanding though it cost you oil you have . . . A, " Do not forsake her, and she will keep you safe; love her and she will guard you . . . asMS ( ' JiW»«S«Jfe ff»9.«3)H(FK ' ' ■♦ ■ " • :. " Cherish her, and she will lift you high; if only you embrace her. she will bring you to hon- our ... " She will set a garland of grace on your head and bestow on you a crown of glory. " Proverbs 4:7-9 ' ' : THE INTERLACHEN STAFF EdItor-ln-Chief: Kristen Schweizer Section Editors: Cathy Woerner, Student Life Jill Noblit, Notables Kelly Nickerson and Diane Dierk, Organizations Richard Petry, Greeks Diane Robinson, Sports Kelly Nickerson, Administration Eric Torrey, Scholars Bill Cupp, Index Cindy Walsh, Omega Section Workers: X Sue Bischoff Debbie Waterbury Titia DeVooght Artists: Ed Finch John Whiteheo Copy Writers: Robin O ' Hagan Cindy Walsh Jill Noblit Bill Cupp Diane Robinson Miss interlachen Contest Coodinators: Briggette Robinson Jill Noblit Debbie Waterbury Bill Phillips, M.C. Photograptiers: Chris Strawser Bruce Farlow Jiff Hearn Mary Primm Jack Jones Mr. Paul Wile, College Photographer The Photojournalism Class, Fall Semester 1979 Business Manager: Robert Ore ' Faculty Advisor: Hal Waters Special Thanks are exten Helen Schmidt John Obrecht Skip Boyer Chip Foircloth Jerry Gladstein .,- ' .v ' »A» ?T " V " ♦ : ' m JV. ' W ' Jim M » ;,tfr ■ ' •■ " ■. 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