Florida Southern College - Interlachen Yearbook (Lakeland, FL)

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INTERLACHEN 1988 Hq|LlS HALL ' J£. ,S-. Florida Southern College Lakeland, Florida 33801-5698 VOLUME 56 The beauty of being Wright The 1987-1988 academic year marks the 103rd anniversary of Florida Southern College and the college ' s 65th year in Lake- land. The sun-washed campus is certainly reflective of its Central Florida location, but perhaps the most outstanding feature of Southern is the world ' s largest collection of Frank Lloyd Wright architecture which is contained on its campus. In 1936, then FSC president Ludd M. Spivey traveled to Talies- in East in Wisconsin to ask Wright to turn an orange grove on the north shore of Lake Hollingsworth into an innovative and modern college campus. Spivey said, " I have no money with which to build this mod- ern American campus, but if you ' ll design the buildings, I ' ll work night and day to raise the means. " After Wright visited the site of his future, works in Lakeland, he accept- ed the commission to begin to lay out a master plan for an entire campus and thus began an almost a quarter of a century relationship with the col- lege until Wright ' s death in April of 1959. Wright had envisioned creative jewels rising " out of the ground, into . the light and into the sun. " His works still stand as symbols of non-conformi- ty and personal creativity and are as individual as the students he had hoped would always attend and give life to Florida Southern College. syy y ' yx ' jx j . j j J ' SI " ■ 1 1 « ■ 1 1 r p L., . { {£9 ViMPfSV fll 3 m m ' ifix P ' M-:: ! W.:i fvsk. ! -t i0 f - --ir . iJa tZ. J A n " iMJ r _ | y - ■r . i- ' ::r Celebrating a golden year In Founders ' Week of 1988, the college celebroted the 50th anni- versary of the Hindu Temple and Garden of Meditation at Florida Southern. The beauty of the Hindu tem- ple and garden is often overlooked by those who focus on the archi- tectural genius of Frank Lloyd Wright, yet the garden endures in silence. The temple, a replica of one found in a typical Indian village, weighs nearly 10 tons and is 25 feet high. It was a gift to the college by Bishop Fredrick B. Fisher, a mission- ary to India in the early 1900 ' s. Fisher felt that Florida Southern would be the perfect resting place for a tem- ple that symbolized a rebirth and a development of knowledge. Countless friendships have grown and romances have blos- somed in the garden over the years. It is a haven for those in need of a quiet place to collect their thoughts and a shelter of privacy for a mooonlight talk between couples. So few places on campus can offer this much to students each day and still shine so brightly throughout the years. ? .P ' fl thrit ' ' i msJtf l... -. =i«i ar ia8JK- ' ,. ' t: ' .f .. : ' ' •?■ ■ ;,f ' i %S t ' ,: . 4 $. ' . ' 1- d I - ' ' •■• ' S ' • ' te lx.t " • " jjlg ' • i:- ' - H • • ' al ' BS ' i ' - ' a Sk . ' w-lfr [a • ' • ' .■:tO? ▼ ■ k ■ ii,i L B I -_-3 " 1 m Si f p " lpl t IT ! 1 ; 1 ri IP! 1 " l — B — ■ - " nnn ' l ' - ' ■!□ lilA Education comes first The classrooms are necessary for study and the campus has many outstanding architectural features, but it is the students who give life and breath to Florida Southern. Coming from over 38 states and 16 countries, students come to Southern for many reasons, with the primary being to further their edu- cation. Learning takes place in the classroom, the laboratory or in the form of internships. Some students use their newly acquired skills to help them pay for their college ed- ucation. Others use the time to learn, grow and prepare for the fu- 1 :; , i ' ii ' lg0 ' : y -- r- ] _.. « 1 n 1 ' x H irlHta L V i«ll|HP{ " 4l l H P The contribution of the fine arts The performing arts are often viewed differently than other aca- demic departments on campus and in fact, they ore. The perfor- mances by the artists on stage cannot possibly reflect the count- less hours that are put into both indi- vidual and group rehearsals. ' The students involved in the performing arts frequently repre- sent the college to the Lakeland community through the Festival of Fine Arts Series. This is an important function of the department that is often overlooked. The masterprices created by students in the art department are labors of love that the majority of the students at FSC never see. The personal dedication of these students and faculty mem- bers to the arts and their ability to work together makes this group of students on campus very special and greatly appreciated. T " ■ " » 2l. ■ -jiffw ft ' Jj a " — r - rh JJ- ., - wf- ' i- SsSitSS ia " il -:: jv 1 . 1 Ll ; Preparing for the future During the years a students spends in college, he devel- ops o sense of responsibility and individuality. When coming to Florida Southern, many students see this as a time in their lives to start over, a time to make im- provements in their lives, but most of all to prepare for the future. Meeting nev people, building life-long friendships, developing self-confidence . . . these things are as impor- tant as what is taught in the classroom. No one will take a class in how to smile, be pa- tient, cope with changes and pressure. Some things just come naturally through time. il Ci . ' «i f m ' m ifi . Usfciti ,Tv ift I " x m m riaM mi t1 - Time out Florida Southern students are the same as college students ev- erywhere. They cherish their free time. Southern students enjoy intra- mural sports in the weekday after- noons, basking in the sun on a warm day, helping out or spending time with friends and of course, week- j .i,,| end trips and parties. Weekends and free time are in short supply so students have to make the most of what they have. If grades were given in this area, almost every student would get an A. y % r mm t ■ , ' o, r. t , m IT Ji S» . ' ' : 1 .u. ' E ' M - J tn II ' -. ' a.,..u .-,„ = ' - " , j _ «ijl Mifc • f ' S ' m ' i kl l r 1 jP Wflbfl - ' ■ li , B m4 IP M 4r 4 Wi jti Co Ucq I P Notables page 18 Student Life page 30 ■ iT«liillilktitohiMi ! [«fc il Departments 8c Clubs page 88 Teniors page 129 Juniors page 145 Sophomores page 157 Freshmen page 170 1 Sports page 186 1 Greek Life page 214 Advertising page 244 Index page 248 Closing page 254 Kthe Dutch Painter. 4 M — R ■ } i fs n ■-....; ' mm |P - lll ' -mmi ifc»fe ' »=h. ■S. -Oi I ■ H iV H 1 H ■, H|I n I Hn ' 1 11 ! H ;jH " Til i 1 Ji IS 1 IRKBS r y if Ak. ii " f H Ift , 1 « E ' MK ' ' " 1 v B r 1988 Miss Southern On February 16,1988, Wendy Car- en Meyer was crowned the 51st Miss Southern of Florida Southern College. Meyer was one of 13 candidates nominated and selected by the stu- dents of the college. The candidates were nominated under the require- ments that they have a 3.0 grade point average, have at least 92 credit hours and be active in three or more campus organizations. During her years at FSC, Meyer was active in Phi Eta Sigma, the freshman honors society and Omicron Delta Kapa, the leadership fraternity in which she served as vice-president. She was also a member of Phi Chi Theta and served as that organization ' s co-direc- tor of public relations. Active in the department of music, Meyer was in Concert Band, Jazz Band, Chorale; a member of Delta Omicron and was a chapter sweetheart for Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. In 1985 she ap- peared in the All-Campus Musical Grease. A frequent member of the Dean ' s List, Meyer was a member of Alpha Del- ta Pi Sorority, a Pi Kappa Phi Little Sister and served as the SGA Junior Female Senator. Wendy Meyer 20 Miss Southern Miss Southern Candidates Stayce Krug Eleanor Berry Stephanie Conner Natalie McCarttiy Carlo Conte Cecilia Yarbroughi Randi Burnette Colleen Johinson Not Pictured: Maria Hower Ctiristy Scott Laura Pontius Darcy MacKinnon Miss Souttiern Candidates 21 James C. Rogers Award ■ 1988 On February 8, 1988 the student body of Florida Southern College voted on who would be named the recipient of the 1988 James C. Rogers Award. Montez Dudley Williams was an- nounced as the winner at the Founder ' s Week Coronation of Miss Southern on February 16, 1988. Williams, a native of the Bahamas and a business major, has actively par- ticipated in many campus organiza- tions throughout his years at FSC. He was a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, the fraternity which recognizes leadership among both students and faculty. During his senior year he was the SGA Independent Male Senator, Sigma Fho Epsilon Secretary, a member of the Pre-Ministerial Students and a Phi Mu Sorority Big Brother. Williams participated in many Vag- abond productions and was a member of Alpha Psi Omega. He served as both president and vice-president of the In- ternational Students Associations. In being named the recipient of the James C. Rogers Award, Williams and the other nominees had to qualify by having a minimum grade point aver- age of 3.0, have at least 92 credit hours and show exemplary character and leadership in at least three areas of campus life. Montez Williams 22 James C. Rogers James C. Rogers Award Candidates David Sheffield James Dodd James C. Rogers Candidates 23 Robert Torrington 1988 Honor Walk The highest honor given to any stu- dent of Florida Southern College is to be named Honor Walk Student. This stu- dent is a person who has achieved ex- cellence in academics, campus lead- ership, and community service. The 1988 Honor Walk student is Randi Bur- nette. Burnette, an education major from Lakeland, was the recipient of numer- ous awards throughout her years at Florida Southern. She received the Freshman Honor Award, the Frank Chandler Outstanding Sophomore Award,and the Burnette Gilbert Junior Award. Burnette was also a Junior Advisor, a J. A. Chairman, a Judicial Board Alter- nate, a member of Phi Eta Sigma and Omicron Delta Kappa of which she was the president, vice-president and sec- retary over a number of years. She was active in Alpha Chi Ome- ga Sorority, was a Sigma Chi Little Sis- ter, a member of Kappa Delta Pi, Order of Omega and was nominated to Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. The accomplishments and contri- butions of Randi Burnette to Florida Southern can in no way be completely listed in this book. She in every way re- presents the best in what each and ev- ery college student seeks. Florida Southern College is very proud to name Randi Lee Burnette the 1988 Honor Walk Student. I " " S? . ' w Randi Burnette 24 Honor Walk Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges b X- Mm Tana Brazelton Tanya Burner Randi Burnette Stephanie Conner James Dloughy Tl James Dodd Richard Finlayson Diane Fitzpatrick John Hand Leslie Hyatt Julia Saunders David Sheffield Kristine Thomas Robert Tornngton Cecilia Yorbrough Order of Omega Kristie Hardbower Eleanor Berry James Dodd Merri Lynn Farr Stephanie Conner Joye Maier Richard Finlayson Tanya Burner Randi Burnette Daryl Jones John Grove Dorcy MacKinnon Colleen Jolicoeur Diane Fitzpatrick Stayce Krug James D ' Loughy Ruth Harden Robert Yost Miss Greek 1987 Patricia F. Heath was crowned Miss Greek 1987 on November 19, 1987, Heath was a senior communications major minoring in music with her con- centration in vocal pedigy. She was the fourth Alpha Delta Pi nominee in a row to win the honor of Miss Greek, a contest held onnally by Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. While at Florida Southern College, Heath was active in Alpha Delta Pi So- rority, the Advertising Club, FPRA and was the senior Panhellenic Delegate. During her senior year she had an in- ternship at the college as assistant di- rector of greek affairs. Post-graduate plans for Heath in- clude the pursuit of a career in corpo- rate public relations within the state of Florida. Patricia F. Heath Miss Greek 27 Founders ' Week Guest Willard Scott, popular television weatherman and spokesperson for the Florida Citrus Commission, was a spe- cial guest at the Founders ' Day celeb- rations in honor of 1988 Honorary Chon- celor Jack M. Berry of Winter Haven. Scott has been a spokesperson for the Florida Citrus Growers promoting fresh grapefruit and oranges since 1986. He has appeared in merchandis- ing and advertising in newspapers, ma- gazines, on radio and television selling Florida citrus. Scott is best known for his reporting the weather for NBC News ' " Today " program in which he created " Willard ' s Weather. " Scott is a 1955 graduate of American University in Washington, D.C. with degrees in philosophy and re- ligion. With his wife Mary, he has two daughters, Mary and Sally. The colorful television personality has earned significant recognition for his interest in public service and spirit. A commendation given Scott from Presi- dent Ronald Reagan cited Scott for " private sector initiative , outstanding service to the community and inspiring volunteerism. " Scott is the author of two books, " America is My Neighborhood " and " The Joy of Living. " 28 Special Guest Honorary Choncelor Jack M Berry, a leading figure in the citrus industry and a valued contributer to the Citrus Institiue of Florida Southern College, was named 1988 Honorary Chancelor during Founders ' Day cere- monies, February 19, 1988. The naming of an Honorary Chan- celor at Florida Southern began in 1934 when FSC president Ludd M, Spivey be- gan the tradition of celebrating Foun- ders ' Week. As the name inplies, the occasion is one during which the cam- pus community pauses to reflect on the hist ory of the college. Naming an indi- vidual Honorary Chancellor is the high- est moment of the week-long schedule of events. Berry is the largest single grove owner in the state of Florida. His other holdings include Berry Plastics, Berry Ranch in Sarasota County and corru- gated specialty processing facilities. The contributions of Berry and his wife, Ruth, are well known and appreciated throughout the state. Upon naming Berry as Florida Southern ' s 54th Honorary Chancelor, president Robert A. Davis said, " Mr. Ber- ry is a worthy successor in a long line of distinguished Chancellors. We were very pleased to name him Honorary Chancelor for 1988. " Honorary Chancelor 29 mw h msmmp STUDENT Florida Southern and the Year ' 87- ' 88 : = ' ' " .s , ' ' ' o. ' n At left: Bono, lead singer for " U2 " was one of the most talked about perfor- mers of the 80 ' s. Above: George Harrison made his comeback with the hit | ' Got My Mind Set On You " from his album, " Cloud nine " . Students read about world news in The Led- ger, Lakeland ' s newspaper. 32 Student Life Rolling Stone " celebrated its 20th anniversary in 1987. As the 1987- ' 88 academic year be- gan at FSC, there were many issues which were the topic of discussion both within the college community and the world at large. As a nation, we had spent the summer reading about the corrupt world of television evangelists as the PTL empire of Jim and Tammy Bakker fell and the Jessica Hahn Bakker scandal was further revealed to the public. Sitting in front of our tele- visions we could watch the Iran-Contra hearings as Oliver north won the hearts of the Amencan public and President Ronald Reagan lost credibil- ity in the eyes of Americans over his truthfiiiness and respect for congres- sional laws. A quote by Senator George Mitchell of i aine caught the essence of this conflict when he said, " We must never allow the end to justi- fy the means, where the law is con- cerned, however important and noble an objective. And surely, democracy abroad is important and is noble. It cannot be achieved at the expense of the rule of law in our country. " There were also many topics of discussion on the campus of FSC. In the spring of 1987, the Student Qov- emment Association was able to have the school dress code changed and this fall students were now legally wearing shorts to classes. During the fall the SQA attempted to have the col- lege visitation policy revised but failed to have the restrictions upon students lifted. The faculty met in late summer to discuss many school issues. One such issue was the college ' s problem of high transfer rates as ten new faculty members joined FSC along with a large number of new staff members. The fall college musical this year was " The Fantastiks " under the direc- tion of new theatre department mem- ber Richard Levene. The war in the Persian Gulf be- tween Iran and Iraq wore on as the United States further involved itself by David Bennett-Barnes looks like a flash from the past. providing naval escorts to trade ships. Other nations joined the U.S. effort to protect the waterway while elsewhere the U.S. continued to involve itself in the peace talks in Central America. (On December 12, 1987, Congress ap- proved a spending bill which gave $16 million in non-military aid to the nicar- aguan rebels.) In December, the United States signed a treaty with the Soviet Union to eliminate intermediate range nu- clear weapons and discussed future plans for elimination of all nuclear weapons. At this same time, the student body at FSC was enraged over the de- mand of the administration for many of the male students to cut their hair. During the spring semester pre- registration, several male students were told that unless they agreed to re- turn in January unth shorter hair, they would not be allowed to register for classes. The Lakeland Ledger quoted sophomore David Sossin of San Jose, Costa Rica in an article over the inci- dent as saying, ' I asked Dean Moran if Jesus would be allowed to attend Florida Southem College with his long hair. First he said it was a silly ques- tion, but then Moran said. Yes, I guess we would. ' Sossin then said. So you ' ve either got to be God or a short haired conformist to go to school here. ' Many students laughed in disgust at the Ledger quoting Dean of Stu- dents Hugh A. Moran as saying, ' We ti7 not to make this (FSC) a restrictive place. " Several students did not re- turn to FSC in the spring of 1988 over this matter. (cont. on page 46) Student Life 33 A day in the life of a Southern girl. " Beep, beep, beep, beep . . . " The alarm clock rang and as she hit the snooze button and peered at the bright red light - 6:45 a.m.. She turned over knowing that in ten min- utes the hideous sound would reoc- cur. Sure enough, 6:55 a.m., " beep, beep, beep . . ., " time to get up. As she stumbled to the bathroom, a chill ran up her spine as thoughts of her nice warm bed came to mind. But she drudged along and turned on the water, testing it with her hand for just the right temperature. She quickly un- dressed and jumped into the shower, slowly prying her eyes open. As she dried off, she contemplat- ed what to wear. She looked through her wardrobe, threw on some clothes, blowed dry her hair, brushed her teeth, put on cologne and headed to- wards the door, realizing she had not only forgotten to grab her books and keys, but also her I.D. ( you couldn ' t " il Gary James shows off his A paper to Doug O ' Donnel and Megan Arthur. go to the ' caf " without it!). As she walked into the cafeteria, she noticed that she only had 20 min- utes to grab some food and run ... to the other side of the campus! A few minutes later breakfast was done and she was walking to the conveyer belt only to end up in a traffic jam. With only five minutes until class was to be- gin, she was off. " Please let the professor be late . . ., " she said to herself. But as usual. he was on time and she was not. She knew that this was just the beginning of a typical day. After making it through the morn- ing it was time to head back over to the cafeteria, but not before checking the almost always empty mailbox. During lunch she would plan the afternoon ' s events. Perhaps she would watch a lit- tle television, go to an intramural game or maybe even study. At night she might go to a movie, attend a func- tion or just sit in the dorm and talk with a friend. That evening when she returned to school from one of the local night spots, she did some last minute home- work before turning out the lights. As she set her clock for the following morning, she passed the 6:45 mark and stopped at 6:55. While promising herself not to hit the snooze button in the morning, she laughed as she re- called that same promise she had made the night before . . . when she passed the 6:35! - by Pam Mamorsky 34 Pam Clark takes time to share her views with Ed Qiradin and Val Hechler. The Lambda Chis get together for a victory huddle. IS Stacey Qrenville hits the books. Student Life 35 students and parents fight college costs. Ah yes, these college years full of good times, good friends, early morning classes, cafeteria food, late nights, exams, cries of joy and tears of frustration. It ' s the best time of a student ' s life. Besides deciding what to wear, finding a date from time to time, and making the grades, college students should not have a worry in the worid. However, this time in a sudent ' s life does not come cheap. It costs, and this cost worries parents and students alike. FSC ' s average cost of tuition in 1987 was $4,400 per year. When the tuition was added to the meals and room and board fee, it was pushing $8000 per year, not to men- tion books and supplies which could easily add up to $200 or more. Most students do not consider $8000 mere pocket change. Sometimes paying for college can be a greater ac- complishment than graduating. Students who do not receive enough financial aid and or grants or scholarships must resort to the dreaded Guar- anteed Student Loan, or perhaps participate in the work study program to cover costs. Each student has his or her own way of paying for col- lege. Some struggle with the high price for education, while others enjoy their college career and continue spending money without blinking an eye. Since college costs continue to rise and more and more students along with their families struggle to meet the ex- pense of higher education, college is becoming an invest- ment. Dina Wyss pays off her tuition by working in the PR officer For some students, college costs are now an obstacle to gaining a diploma. Sometimes students and parents alike wonder about the college years and just how long they can afford them. - Shauna Conley 36 Student Life Wendy Ostojic and Sandra Wenner work on the computer in the Alumni Office. Some Sigma Chi ' s discuss Derby doings. Bethann Debree works intently on filming in the TV studio. i The Lambda Chi ' s get together for fun at Lake Parker. Shannon Hastings and Chris Liebel relax out- side the Pike house. Student Life 37 The social life at Southerns- hidden, but alive and kicking Luann Johnson and Mike Davis share the close bond of friendship. What do the terms social life and FSC have in common? Hot much, ac- cording to some FSC students. But that statement is not completely fair. Many opportunities for a well-rounded social life are open to students who will take advantage of all available op- tions. On campus, many activities are of- fered by the SUB, which sponsors such events as concerts, dances, study breaks, and movies. A major part of social life, on and off campus, is the college greek sys- tem. Fraternities and sororities pro- vide activities for members and non- members alike. Intramural games, parties, and even greek tables in the caf provide an outlet for social gath- erings. When campus life becomes too much to handle, students head for one of the local establishments or spend a night on the town in Tampa or Orlando. Many students make a big deal about the rules and regulations of the college that seem confining and with- out regard for personal rights. But what students seem to ignore is all the freedoms that they do have. " I am 21 years old, " said junior Lisa Cunning- ham. " 1 pay my own bills and as far as college records are concerned, 1 am my own parent. 1 can do anything I wish outside the college and 1 feel that I am mature enough to handle that re- sponsibility. " As for dating at FSC . . . couples don ' t really have the problems that ru- mors suggest. Security guards do not lurk in the bushes waiting to catch un- suspecting couples. Sophomore Ronda LeaHue said of her and her boy- friend John Wieber, " Sometimes we just sit and talk. I guess it ' s not impor- tant what you do as long as you ' re to- gether. " - Melissa Sanders Sigma Chi ' s get some sun at Cocoa Beach. 38 Student Life Some Lambda Chis relax with a game of chess. Hi li KK John Wieber and Ronda LaHue snuggle in the BIdg. 10 lobby. Brad Lamb plays a serious game of pool at the Pi Kapp house. Julianne Green, Qina Spaccio, and Con Hopkins out on the town and look- ing good! Student Life 39 p Val Hechler flies on her way to class. Devon Baillairge takes a flying leap ofl a fire hydrant. Steve Odiome and Krista Marino flash their pearly vi hites. KA President Steve Crump thinks to himself, I ' m surrounded by idiots! " 40 Student Life Intrafratemity Council- Jim Merrell, Scott Manthome, Roman Polivka, Pres.; rieal Harris, Scott Till- brook, Matt Smith Panhellenic CouncilRow 1- Lesley Whitehead, Pres.; Courtenay Rector, V.P.; Row 2- Barbara Hiers, Deborah Paugh, Debbie Stovall; Row 3- Mandi Settlemire, Michelle O Brien, Christina LaBelle, Judy Dunn, Megan Balderson; Row 4- Shannon Hastings, Mary Beth Obemour; Row 5- Linda Brown, Torrey Wllkins, Liza Reed, Colleen Johnson, Sandra Wenner, Claudia Goodman IFC and Panhellenic The Panhellenic and Intrafrater- nal Councils are national organiza- tions that exist on campus to improve relationships between Greeks and the greek system as a whole. Both coun- cils consist of two representatives from each sorority and fraternity on campus. Each organization sets the guide- lines for fall and spring rush, and sees that these rules are carried out. In the Fall, the Panhellinic Council sponsors an ice cream social and des- sert and display for freshman and transferwomen to become acquainted with the sororities. Similarly, IFC con- ducts a fall and spring walk-through for all men interested in fratemity life. Student Life 41 Christmas Twas the week before Christmas and all through the dorms, all the stu- dents were studying just before they went home. The suitcases were stacked by the doorways so high, in hopes the air- planes at the airport would fly. The halls were filled with decora- tion galore, good cheer was abound- ing but there was much more . . . Trees in the lobby, candy grams from a friend, question of the year, " How much should I spend? " It ' s the thought, not the cost. The little things mean so much, like cook- ies, candies, and spirits and such. So away to our finals we fly like a flash, our tests are so stressful they give us a rash. The rain on the sidewalks, the sun in the sky, it ' s almost enough to make the northern kids cry. Then what to my weary eyes should appear, but the Spanky ' s man saying, " Your pizza is here! " It ' s just what 1 need, a little study break. 1 think to myself, ' How much more can 1 take? " But I spoke not a word and went straight to my work, 1 thought of my professor and called him a jerk. Christmas is too much fun, we don ' t want to study, 1 guess that ' s why we all act so nutty. We sprang to our cars as it was all said and done, and believe it or not, we actually had fun. The deans heard us exclaim as we drove out of sight, " Merry Cristmas to all, I hope 1 don ' t miss my flight! " A lab assistant decorates the Christmas tree in the Early Childhood Lab. 42 Student Life M y Trosty brightens the Zeta ' s lobby with a cheery smile. Dean Holiday greets passersby from atop Polk Science. FSC basketball and baseball players gather at the Lakeland Christmas parade. Student Life 43 44 Student Life Some Sigma Chi s catch some rays on top of Ordway. Kyle Colle and Jeff Pringle survey the damage done to Steve Odiome in the Greek Week " Quarter Stephanie Conner prepares for the Miss Greek in the Shaving Cream " game. pageant. oiww N " ; Teresa DeFazio flashes a winning smile. Student Life 45 (continued from page 53) Trends and popular fads were as evident at FSC as everywhere else. Clothes by Camp Beverly Hills, Swatch, Generra and even Banana Re- public were worn by many, but the great American blue jeans were worn by all. It seemed that whether the label said Levi ' s, Guess or nothing at all, denim whould never go out of style! In the world of music and enter- tainment, the fall of 1987 brought with it the twentieth anniversary of " Rolling Stone " magazine. The special fall edi- tion of the publication included pic- tures and memories of its past two de- cades along with interviews with such entertainment greats as Paul McCart- ney, Mick Jagger, Joan Baez, Bruce Springsteen and many more. This is- sue was quite a collectors item for many. In spite of an unusual cold spell that hit in early December, 1987, it did not keep many FSC students from trav- eling to Tampa Stadium to see " U2 " and its very much talked about lead singer. Bono, in concert. Also perform- ing in the area throughout the school year were David Bowie, Pink Floyd, Sting, Yes, The Miami Sound Machine, Rush, Jimmy Buffett and many more. Michael Jackson ' s long awaited " Bad " album was released in early 1987 and quickly rose to the top of the charts. The film " Dirty Dancing " and its soundtrack had some influence on the way many FSC students were tak- ing local dance floors and mimicking the slutry way of dancing the the movie brought back to life. The end of 1987 marked the re- turn of former Beatle, Goerge Harrison to the pop music scene with his hit, " Got My Mind Set On You. " Mew to the charts were teenagers Debbie Gibson and Tiffany. Whitney Huston once again tasted success with her album " Whitney " as did George Michael with " Faith. " names that were also on the charts in 1987-88 were Whitesnake, Jody Whatley, Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam, Expose, Bon Jovi, Swing-Out Sister, Prince, John Cougar Mellancamp, IMXS, and Def Leppard. Mumber one at the box-office for 1987 was " Beverly Hills Cop II, " which starred Eddie Murphy. The film gros- sed some $153 million and was fol- lowed by " Platoon " and " Fatal Attrac- tion. " " Three Men and a Baby, " which was released in late 1987, hit the $60 million mark before the end of the year and continued to soar into 1988. Early ' 88 brought us " Broadcast News, " and a movie that many FSC students felt was one of the best films they had seen in a long time, " Good Morning, Viet- nam " starring Robin Williams. The Minnesota Twins won the 1987 World series and the University of Miami Hurricanes were Plumber One in the nation for NCAA football. The weather during the first few weeks of 1988 caused many northern students to wonder if they would be able to get to FSC on time as snow cov- ered practically the entire nation. Closed airports and icy roads made travel difficult for students returning for the second semester of classes. Overall it was a bad year for the stock market as trading was unstable and investors were constantly on the edge of panic. The presidential cam- paigns began to pick up and Gary Hart (as of January of 1988) was back in the race but on the bottom of the Demo- cratic pack bidding for the office of president. At FSC in early January, a 12-0 Men ' s Moc Basketball team became ranked Number One in the nation for NCAA Division II. The Mosc were going strong and it looked like 1988 would give them another successful season and perhaps once again a trip to Springfield. Spring break in early March of 1988 found FSC students once again on the beaches of Daytona, Coco and Ft. Lauderdale. A few students went to Key West and some even went home to see family and friends. Floridians and tourists alike be- gan playing the Florida Lottery Game in January of ' 88. Some were delighted at the revenues it promised to bring to the state and other sighed in despair over their failure to block the legalized gambling in Florida. The top news story of the year was AIDS. The dreaded disease and the deaths that it brought constantly ap- peared in both print and broadcast news headlines as Americans grew more fearful of the virus and launched campaigns to urge American to prac- tice safe sex. The location and condition of 1987 FSC Honorary Chancelor Terry Waite was still unknown in early 1988, but he was not forgotten on the cam- pus of Florida Southern as many still prayed for his safe return. by Lisa A. Cunningham 46 Student Life At left; Students leave the Rogers Business and Economics building. Above: Mew editor of The Southern ' , Cheryl l rauss , is busy at work to get out the next issue of the paper. t i ir : students (above and left) stand in line outside the Business Office trying to tlcdi bil during drop add. oiuOfei li i-iic The art, science and philosophy of Tae Kwon Do During the 1987-88 Academic year, the health and physical education department offered Tae Kwon Do for the first time. Tae Kwon Do satisfied the one hour skill course re- quirement while introducing students to the skills and phi- losophy associated with this most famous Korean martial art. Tae Kwon Do was taught by Grand Master S.T. Choe who mastere d the art in his native country of Korea and brought his knowledge and expertise to Lakeland eight years ago. Grand Master Choe has devoted over 50 years of his life to Tae Kwon Do and is well-known throughout the world. Tae Kwon Do is a form of the self-defense that incorpo- rates the attitudes and philosophies of ancient oriental masters. Through the trained use of his hands, feet, mind and demeanor, S.T. Choe brings to life the art, science and philosophy of Tae Kwon Do. " Kwan Jang Nim (Grand Mas- ter Choe) brings new meaning to discipline through Tae Kwon Do, " said FSC student John Short. Through Tae Kwon Do, Florida Southern students were able to increase their self-confidence, self-control and self- esteem. Another Southern student, Kerry Wilt, said, " 1 have learned not only to respect myself, but also to respect others who show the initiative. " The course provided the setting for the development of patience, concentration, agility, flexibility and cardiovas- cular fitness. " Tae Kwon Do teaches you discipline and keeps you in shape, " said nancy Borzomoto. The philosophical and psychological implications of Tae Kwon Do extend far beyond the gym and into the per- sonal lifestyle of the practitioner. Student Brad Lamb summed it up best when he said, " Seeing is seeing, but feel- ing it the next day is believing it. " by John R. Tripp Grand Master S.T. Choe displays his form. 48 Student Life Health Fair The Health Fair was held on Oct. 14, by the Wellness Commit- tee to kick off a wellness program at FSC and promote good health among the students and faculty. Participating in the fair were such organizations as the Ameri- can Cancer Society, the Tampa Area Safety Council, and the Polk County Sheriff ' s Dept. Students were able to have their blood pres- sure, spine, and body fat checked, and also had the opportunity to donate blood. students line up for blood pressure checks. An t ' SC student learns the importance of seat belt safety. J fci Student Life 49 SGA Works For Students The Stur ent Government Association began the 1987-88 year VAAth more involvement and enthusiasm than seen in recent years. In the interest of the students, SQA expanded to form more committees such as a drug awareness program, the ride board, and the tutorial banl . SQA was also instrumental in the development of WMOC radio, and organized Club Fest 87. The visitation policy or " residential freedom " con- tinued to be a major issue for the SQA, with a proposal to alter the policy being made to the trustees of the col- lege. Although the proposal was rejected. President James D ' Loughy said that SQA will continue their at- tempts to negotiate residential freedom for the stu- dents. Executive Officers- Alan Redstone, Treas; James D ' Loughy, Pres; Mark Lan- dregan, V. Pres; not pictured-Mitie Heydt, Sec. Row 1- Keri Beth Wilt, Traci Tucker, Melissa Sanders, Laura Mewell, Cheryl Cohen, Vicki Wiggins, Cheryl Krauss, Theresa Kahler, nancy Taylor ,Row 2- Tracy Crawford, natalie McCracken, Mancy Borzomato, Wendy Meyer, Amy Mewsome, Pam Pirkle, Dee Dee Green ;Row 3- James D ' Loughy, Mark Landre- gan, Dave WInfield, Shedrick Qrimsley, Montez Williams, Steve Murray, Doug Firestone, James Dodd ; Row 4- Alan Redstone, Phil Walters, Rick Robinson, Andrew Clanton, Lon Tumer, Steve Crump, Don Brittenham, Mike Meydt 50 Student Life Row 1- Martha Shanahan, Kristie Brown, Rob Mallon, Laura Pontius; Row 2- Sandra Seltzer, Phoebe Banks, Julie Watson, Miriam Siegfried, Jeanelle Eu- bank; Row 3- Melissa Eriich, Michele Henderson, Patricia Williamson, Karyn Correll, Caria Conte, Chris Desrochers, Christie Merrill, Jay Seykora, Joye Maier. Lisa Riley SUB Plans Activities This year the Student Union Board continued its tradition of providing campus activities with movies, study breaks, dance bands, and a hypnotist who per- formed during Founders Weekjust to name a few. never apprehensive of trying new ideas, the SUB brought comedian Alex Cole to the FSC campus. The spring se- mester continued with tourna- ments in the game room and addi- tional contracted acts. The Stu- dent Union Board co-sponsored Club Fest ' 87 in the fall and a greek dance during Greek Week. Two FSC students enjoy sailing on Lake Hollingsworth. Student Life 51 tinmmm Halloween Halloween conjures up vis- ions of witches, goblins, candy and ftin for FSC students. In preparation for the holiday, the Student Union Board pre- sented " Young Frankenstein, " Al- lan Spivey had an open house, and Tri Beta sponsored its annual Haunted Lab. The annual cafe cos- tume contest was enjoyed by stu- dents, housemothers and em- ployees alike. Best student cos- tumes went to Church Lady Jim Huber and Bumblebee Susan Bashart, and Columbia house- mother Eugenia Smith got into the spirit by dressing as a punk rocker. On Halloween night, many students went trick or treating and then headed out to the numerous parties and haunted houses around Lakeland. Joye Maier gets a lesson on Halloween from cafe costume winner Church Lady Jim Huber. Four FSC students ready to hit the town on Halloween night. 52 Student Life Nri. Junior Advisors Row 1- Lisa Rodriguez, Donna Heitman, Colleen Jolicoeur, Stephanie Chafee, Kris Thomas; Row 2- Paula Sullivan, Diane riLzpatrick, Ce Yarborough, Matalie McCarthy, Hatalie McCracken, Amy Prough, Betsy Zinn, Debbie StofT, Jill Pettigrew, April Tolman Resident Advisors Row 1- Bret Sypniewski, Rob Torrington, Brian Shriner, Frank Spencer, Rob Mallon, James Dodd; Row 2- Rob Yost, Alan Redstone, Paul Sullivan, Joe Angelino, Shannon McWilliams JAs and RAs Help Out The Junior Advisors and Resi- dent Advisors have the responsi- bility of introducing freshmen and transfer students to the college community of Florida Southern. They serve as a link between the students and administration to keep students informed of campus events and important information such as alcohol and drug aware- ness. To be selected as a JA or FIA, one must exemplify the qualities of understanding, leadership, re- sponsibility and patience, while being required to maintain a 2.6 QPA. Student Life 53 Derby Days at FSC Sigma Chi ' s Derby Week is held each year to raise money for their philanthropy, the Wheelhouse, a Lake- land organization that helps the physically and mentally handicapped. During this time sororities vie for points in competi- tions such as a door painting competition, a key hunt, der- by gathering, and the Derby Games. The Alpha Omicron Pi sorority was declared overall winner after winning the door decorating contest, finding the key in Danforth Cha- pel, and winning the Derby Games. Colleen Johnson of Alpha Chi Omega was named this year ' s Derby Queen during the Piov. 9-13 festivities which raised over $1000 for the Wheelhouse. Chrissy Fontana and Debbie Stovall get close in the apple pass. Tracy Ringstaff runs circles around her Derby Daddy. 54 Student Life One competitor takes a spin at the Dizzy Bat. Student Life 55 Intramurals Men ' s and Women ' s intramu- rals have been an Important part of campus life since 1936. The in- tramural program exists to pro- vide non-varsity athletes with the opportunity to compete with stu- dents of other organizations. Each group has an elected representa- tive who attends Intramural Coun- cil meetings and keeps his or her group informed of upcoming sporting events. Volleyball, football, soflball, basketball, soccer, cross country, archery, tennis, and golf are among the sports available for competition. Trophies are award- ed for the winner of each sport and an all-sports award is given to the male and female team that has ac- cumulated the most points. Row 1- Randy Jacob, Bill Merson, Bill Hurst, Jim Batory, Meal Harris, John Mewbold; Row 2- Ti m Suth- erland, Bret Sypniewski, Craig Brown, Andy Hearnan, Rich Finlayson, Digger Miller, Andy Harrison Row 1- Robyn Van Etten, Darcy Prosser, Libby Blacklidge, Beth Brown, Tracy Tolbert; Row 2- Julie Filligim, Peggy Yule, Debbie Bohlander, Krista Marino, Merri Lynn Farr, Michelle Davis, Sue Aughey, Marian Qilmore, Teresa DeFazio, Mrs. Katherine Straw 56 Student Life A H • V y3 MiS ' Two intramural players ready for the spike. Joe Olsen scrambles for a touchdown. Julia Davis slams one for the Zetas. Student Life 57 Loyal KDs support their intramural Softball team. Comfort is essential for the Sig Eps at football games. 58 Student Life An intramural football player springs to receive the ball. Sigma Chis prove that football is more than a competitive sport . . . it s fun! Student Life 59 Rnw 1 Dawn Scates Chris Bavard Melissa Eriich; Row 2- nancy Taylor.Sandra Seltzer, Julie Watson, Leslie Hyatt, Mary Christ, Jennifer Spence, Marcene Stoff AWS The Association of Women Students hielps to involve the women on campus in school and community activities. One of their many projects is a fund raiser for the Lakeland Speech and Hearing Clinic. This year, AWS sponsored a hair and make-up clinic and held its annual fashion show. Members are elected by the women living in the building which they represent and serve one year terms. Mem- bers are required to have a QPA of 2.0 and be a full-time student. freshmen Micole Qivens, Russ Mamorsky, and nancy Tedder smile big on bid day. 60 Student Life Circle K Circle K is the worlds largest col- legiate service organization. Spon- sored by the Kiwanis Club, it provides leadership development and mean- ingful service to the campus and com- munity. As well as helping the commun- ity ' s children, poor, and elderly. Circle K is active in the Save the Manatees campaign and participates in many campus service projects. Row 1- Jeff Reinking. Caria Conte. Alison Doeren, Tina Sidell .Row 2- Mancy Meyers, Mark Tedeschi, Lisa Alberga, Christina Barnes, Sandra Seltzer, Kathy Libby Meal Harris and Gary James pose with a playful pooch. An unidentified student snoozes in the sun. Student Life 61 Jk I Greek Week A Success In order to promote Greek unity, Greek Week was held riov. 15-20, co-sponsored by Panhellinic, IFC, and SUB. Sororities and fraternities were paired up and com- peted during the week in daily events such as Greek sponsored chapel, pin attire day, a blood drive. Miss Greek, and the Greek Games for points. The team of AOPi, Theta Chi, and Pi Kappa Phi were the overall winners for the week, winning every event in the Greek Games. For the fourth year in a row, three ADPis were crowned as Miss Greek and semifinalists in the Lambda Chi Alpha sponsored pageant. Patti heath was named this year ' s winner. .. An ADPi tries to hang on as her Sigma Chi teammates race to the finish line. 62 Student Life Spectators wonder how their team member will be able to find the quart- er in that mass of shaving cream. Teams get down and dirty in the centipede game. v Pike Larr Citarelli and Zeia Sandy Chipley do their imitation of a wheelbar- row for the crowd. Student Lite 63 Alan Evertsz and Tim Littler sacrifice comfort for tans. Soccer players show that practice makes perfect. Housemothers Row 1-Helen Mann, Muriel Oxford, Virginia Anglado, Sally Fletcher, Mildred Schroeder, Eugenia Smith, Marion Pope, Eva Steinhagen, Ann Blanton, Irma Blevins, Margaret Mullinax, Mary Yelton; Row 2-Rose Marie Durham, Hallie Porter, Jo Ann Arment, Hazel Michael, Marion Councill, Eulalie Myers, Mazie MacKay, Evelyn Walker, Mertis Denman, Lessie Barbour, Maxine Qupton 64 Student Life SAE Joe Tiseo tries to block a pass by Lambda Chi Trent Strauch. Kelly Barnes helps Jill Standifer with her typing. Student Life 65 CLUB FEST Laure Tanner takes a time out. Students gather for free food and drinks at Club Test ' 87. rratemity men prepare for pre-rush activities at the Sump. 66 Student Life mm :i( Ronda LaHue and Lynda Hetrick discuss football technique at a SAE football game. Brian Taylor and Steve Murray wait to return their opponents serve. Phil Walters works on articles (or the Southern. Student Life 67 OMICROM DELTA KAPPA Omicron Delta Kappa is the na- tion ' s top collegiate honor society. The FLorida Southern Circle was es- tablished in 1951 and has been in- volved in campus activities ever since. The main purpose of ODK is to recog- nize outstanding leadership among students, faculty, and administration. The qualifications for membership into ODK are: a 3.00 cumulative QPA or above and 60 or more credit hours. Members are chosen according to ac- tive involvement and leadership in five areas: scholarship; athletics; social, service, religious and government ac- tivities; journalism, speech, and mass media; and creative and performing arts. This high honor is only awarded to the top 3% of achievers on campus. PHI ETA SIGMA Phi Eta Sigma is a national college scholastic honor society for freshmen. Their goal is to encourage and reward high scholastic achievement. They represent strength of mind, body, and character. All freshmen who attain a cumulative QPA of 3.5 or above at the end of their first or second semester are eligible. Inductions are held two times a year. After one is initiated, he is a member for life. Omicron Delta Kappa: Row 1-Julia Saunders, Wendy Meyer, Alison Pyle, Colleen Jolicoeur; Row 2- Dr. Buccino, Stephanie Conner, Tanya Burner, Kris Thomson, Rob Torrington, Raymond Jackson; Row 3-Alan Redstone, Mr. Tate, Dr. Mulcher, Dr. Bumette, Dean Wade, Dean Moran. Phi Eta Sigma Row 1-Kenny Johnson, Julia Saunders, Linda Harvey, Claudia Goodman, Tanya Bumer, Vanessa Anderson, Amy Prough, Wendy Meyer, Rob Torrington; Row 2-Barbara Hiers, Dr. Buccino, Christine Luce, Laska Albin, Alice Dulaney, Kris Thomson; Row 3-Mr. Tate, Dr. Bumette, Dr. Hulcher, Dean Wade, Miriam Siegfried, Dean Moran, Stephanie Conner. 68 Student Life Greg Cunningham and Bill Manzene have fun at SAE Softball practice. Greg Patterson prepares to hit some balls in the batting cage. Roy Terr ' bares some leg for the KD s. Student Life 69 Kim Yang and Denise Wood are ready for rain in a KD skit. Two students fill out teachers evaluation cards at registration Three Alpha Chi ' s back from a shopping spree. 70 Student Life ■! !!!3j5l The Pi Kapps get comfortable waiting for their new pledges. Jubilant Sigma Chis get it together on bid day. SAE s and little sisters anxiously wait for the pledges to arrive. Pike pledge brigade. Rushees wait for bids at Student Personnel. Happy Pike pledges begin their trek to the Pike house. Qlen Spivey, Chris Stone, and Cheryl Cohen discuss Pike prospects on bid day. 72 Student Life Sig Ep ' s check out the excitement at Student Personnel. Sigma Chis party while waiting for new pledges. Bill Manzene and Keith Marcinkowski casually make their way to the SAE house. Pike pledges run to meet their new brothers. Student Life 73 Excited Phi Mus bring their pledges home. AOPis make their way down the hill. ISSSSei Two AOPi s pose for a picture on bid day. 74 Student Life Michelle Qesche and Delinda Higgenbotham pose in the ZTA lobby on bid day. AOPi pledges njn to greet the sisters. ■W4 Things get carried away and a little wet at the Hindu Gardens. Student Life 75 nervous rushees wait for bids at the Bandshell. 1 t r, , : Phi Mus anticipate new spring pledges. 76 Student Life Leslie Haberman and Denise Wood wait for new KD pledges. ZTA Pledge Trainer Bethann Debree and Michelle Qesche wait with shirts and balloons for pledges. Student Lite 77 ' W .- miniSTraiion and [ Staff 79 ' ' ' ' V 31 LiLL- V 1? ;v ?5f L LlL V V V •= ¥ = ::f - ■ L f ■ ff ■■-■-■- President Robert A. Davis Board of Trustees The Honorable C. Farris Bryant The Honorable Lawton M. Chiles Sam T. Dell, Jr. James L Ferman, Jr. Frank H. Furman, Jr. J.R. Graves Lloyd Q. Hendry Roger Holler, Jr. John E. Hint, Sr. Charles H. Jenkins, Sr. Jimmy S. Jones Edna M. Pearce-Lockett Alice W. Lockmiller Joseph O. MacBeth E.V. McClurg George T. Miller Fred R. Millsaps Richard V. Moore Edward rSorman J. Qunton Rumph James W. Russell George A. Snelling Myrl L. Spivey J. Marvin Sweat, Jr. Dorotha C. Tanner Robert S. Trinkle J. Lanier Upshaw Marjorie M. VanAntwerp Ruth S. Wedgworth Joel R. Wells, Jr. C. Eugene West 80 Administration Brunner Hunt, Vice President and Business Manager Hugh A. Noran, Jr. Vice President and Dean of Students Mead F. Rogers, Vice President for Development Ben F. Wade Vice President and Dean of the Colleg e Administration 81 Bishop E.J. Pendergrass Assistant to the President Larry A. Powell, Development Officer Theodore M. Haggard Director of Roux Library 82 Administration William B. Stephens, Jr Director of Admissions Sylvia J. Penty Asst. Director of Admissions Sally L. Thissin Registrar Admissions Counselors: Linda L. Eriksen, Carol A. Lahman, Brian D. Lewandowski, and R. Russell Walker Administration 83 Marilyn J. Missen Director of Testing Kristina f. l eplinger Director of Student Activities 84 Administration Frank P. Szabo Assistant Dean of Students for Men Kim A. Pickering, Assistant Dean of Students for Women Administration 85 Petrena Fyman and Robert L. Sterling Office of Financial Aid Darren D. Webb Operations Rev. Douglas f. Hallman, Chaplain 86 Admininstration Harold SmelUly, Director of Athletics David Mobberley Assistant to the President Wayne Koehler Sports Information Director Brad Beck College Photographer Administration 87 i»rt Hi «li rtrt «f» 2 il n «rt wrt •,? : ' ! ' ' M - 1 i i n.a i ' sMtk v. ' " ' -: lito | -- " ■ n l V f BMi! - V 89 FACULTY MEMBERS: Front Row: Gale Doak, Mary Bassham, Banton Doak. Back Row: Downing Barni tiz, Joyce Davis, Beth Ford. THE DEPARTMENT OF ART IS ... Art in Contemporary Life . . . Graphics . . . Crafts . . . Sculpture . . . Renaissance Ba- roque rSon-European Art . . . Weaving . . . Advanced Painting and Drawing . . . Lettering . . . Great Works of Art . . . Mel- vin Art Gallery . . . Student Exhibits . . . Design ... Art for Teachers, K-12 . . . Creative Metal . . . Creative Photography . . . and Jewelry. A Sculpture student pauses as she works on her project. 90 Art I l?» J b::. ' --LV 1 Mrs. Doah shows student Barbara Smythc some craft skills. K " flRS A student shows how sculpture is done. Mr. Barnitz laughs with student Kcrri Lamparter. Alan Larson Faculty members: Harold OLeary, Patricia Dockery, Wiley Jeff, Duane Hopkins, Ron Qirard, BillJuch- au, Joan Buccino, M Bowman, Wendell Hulcher, Gene Lerenz, Carl Brown, Sam Mewman. Mot pic- tured: Margaret Bair, Stella Qraff DPMA Front row: Cheryl Kern, Leyla Qagliano, Michele Jasso, Cherie Hook- er. Back row: Dawn Gallant, Gregory McGann, Hitoshi Kimura, Brent Moser. Mot pictured: Steve Wellslager, Donna Riddle, Tom Milano, Karen Larson 92 Business and Economics Introductions are made between two students outside of the Rogers build- ing. DELTA SIGMA PI Seated: Monica Malay, Lisa Misc hlcy, Leigh Ann Bua, Betsy Zinn, Marie Mouilles- seaux. Amy Tlirogmorton . Standing: Daryl Jones, Tim Delikat, heal Bretz, Lenny Moore, Scott Fox, Whitney Smith, Frank Spencer, Mark Landrengan, Bill Crocker, Duane Hopkins, Mark nordby, David SchfTield Robert Yost. THE DEPARTMEMT OF BUSIHESS AMD ECONOMICS IS . . . Tinancial Management . . . Business Law . . . Quantitative Methods . . . Investments . . . Delta Sig . . . Marketing . . . Career Day . . . Accounting . . . DPMA . . . Data Processing. . . Computer Applications in Business . . . Decision Theory . . . Personnel and Industrial Relations . . . Phi Chi Theta . . . Salesmanship . . . Business-Citrus Management . . . Sem- inars . . . Marketing Principles . . . and Managerial Finance. PHI CMI THETA Seated: Jill Blum, Rachael Paugh, Carta Conte, Stayce Krug . Standing: Sheila Waren, Torrey Wilkins, Deborah Crawford, Dawn Scales, Cherie Hooker, Collen Johnson, Liz McPhail, Dana Reddy, Lori Friend, Julie Mewman , Mrs. Bucclno. Two students enjoy the sunshine outside the Rogers building. Business and Economics 93 ff Mii M. CITRUS CLUB In Wheelchair, Mark Dobersch Front Row: Professor Thomas B. Mack, Robert Muir, Walt Spaulding, Byron Bowman, Steven Crump, Walter Hill, Mark Myers, Sam Harrison, Lisa Orth, Mary Ann Koch . Dr. Rubert W. Prevatt. Second Row: Bryan Beswick, Fred Walters, Sam Jones, Emory Mixon, David Crum, Forrest Tay- lor, Qonzalo Artes, Donnie Denton, Cole Tyler, Daryl Johnson, Calvin Boggess . Back Row: Mr. Malcolm Manners, PHeal Horrom, Luis Murillo, Ben Albritton, Debbie Barber, Duane Quettler, Brett Vaughan, Todd Crawley, Kevin Bynum, Keith Farr. THE DEPARTMENT OF CITRUS AND HORTICULTURE IS . . . Pest Manage- ment . . . Seminars . . . Citrus Trees . . . The Rose Garden . . . Oranges . . . new Citrus Complex . . . rriQA . . . Ci- tri- Business . . . Citrus nutrition . . . Soil Science . . . Ornamental Horticul- ture . . . Landscaping . . . Home Flori- culture . . . Plant and Citrus Sales . . . Agri-Business . . . and Grapefruit. Dr. Prevatt gives one of his classes an out- door lesson on citrus fruits. 94 Citrus and Horticulture I t ! . l t FNGA CLUB Tiont Row: Walt Spjulding, Walter Hill, Lisa Orth, Mary Ann Koch , Dr. Kupert W. Prevatt. Second Row: Professor Thomas B. Mack, Luis Mrillo, Duane Quettler, Daryl Johnson , Mr. Malcolm Manners. Back Row: Meal Horrom, Ben Albritton, Brett Vaughan. Kevin Bynum, Keith Farr. - - . Citrus and Horticulture 95 96 Citrus and Horticulture Faculty Members: Rubert W. Prevatt, Malcolm Manners and Thomas B. Mack. In the fall of 1987, construction began on the Jack M. Berr ' Citrus Building which is planned to be the new home of the Department of Citrus and Horti- culture in 1988. Citrus and Horticulture 97 THE SOUTHERM Front Row: Cheryl Krauss, Amy Dudman, Carie Call, Rick Robinson, Second Row: Mr. John Obrecht, Stephanie Thompson, Morman Wade, Mike Dickman, Keith Belcher, Ed Qirardin. Faculty Members: Seated: John Obrecht, Sandra Baldwin, Ed Thorn Standing: Rick Wilber, Stephen Winzenburg, Gary English. Mrs. Woodson gets a few rolls of film for staff photographer Amy Dudman. 98 Communications Lab assistant Joye Maier relaxes while developing her own film. THE DEPARTMEMT OF COMMUMICA- TlOriS IS . . . Southern Spotlight . . . Public Relations ... Ad Club . . . Copy- writing . . . WMOC Radio . . . T.V. Com- munications . . . Media Editing . . . Sigma Delta Chi . . . The Southern . . . Media Writing . . . Contacts . . . Adver- tising . . . Media Law . . . Photography . . . Interlachen . . . Welcome Stephen Winzenburg . . . Broadcast Writing . . . Interpersonal . . . and Professional Writing. ADVERTISIFHG CLUB Trent Row: Jackie QelardI, Melissa Haggard, Morman Wade. Second Row: Jessica Flemming, Lmily Mentr , Chrissy Cerrato, Stephanie Thompson. Rose Payne, Mr. Obrecht, Ed Qirardin, Kevin Heggarty. Back Row: Tom Murphy, Jonathan Fredin. A look of surprise show that Mr. Winzenburg didn t think that he d get caught in the caf. I Communications 99 Mr. Winzenburgs Media Writing class gets some hands on experience in the computer lab. Mellisa Sanders smiles as she works on her sec- tion of the Interlachen. THE INTERLACHEN: Kristin Alexin, Stephanie Thompson, Lisa Cunningham, Amy Dudman, Melissa Sanders, Dean Stoyer. r M ik ' M u BROADCASTING CLUB: Tront Row: Kelly Wise, Hani Shin, Chris Murray, Ann Connor, Cheryl Krauss, Jackie Qelardi, Doug Clark. Back Row: Bethann DeBree, Alan Evertsz, Amy Dudman, Mr. Winzenburg, Shauna Connely, Leslie Hiatt. 100 Communications Creative Photography student Morman Wade cuts up some photos for his portfolio assignment. Kevin Heggarty " goes on the air for Mr. Wilber s media vimting class. As Marlene Ansotegul poses, Mr. Obrechts creative photography class is shown how to use a 4x5 camera. Communications 101 mm ..-m THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIOM IS . . .Kids . . . Teaching . . . Education- al Psychology . . . Early Childhood Lab . . . Phi Delta Kappa . . . Student Teach- ing . . . Edge Mall . . . Learning Disabili- ties . . . Mentoring . . . Special Educa- tion . . . Elementary Education . . . Kappa Delta Pi . . . Interning . . . Analyt- ical Teaching Skills . . . Exceptional Students . . . and " Thumper " . Kitty Mack takes her students back to the classroom. Education students prepare for a new bulletin board located in Edge Hall. Eaculty Members: Wayne Fetter, Katherine Betts, Davis Holland, Marjorie Wynn, Jack Haynes, Mary Peaslee. Mot Pictured: Louise Pitt. 102 Education KAPPA DELTA PI front Row: Micole Morin, Tana Brazleton, Karen Dooley, Leslie Hannon, Jennifer Kay Mewsome says goodbye to a child from an Page, nancy Linnard. Beth Lindsay . Second Row: Dr. Peaslee, Michelle Carlisle, Lisa Quattlebaum, afternoon session. Christina Sidcll, Kelly Bloomer, Bobbi Mealy, Jennifer Brown, Melissa Ehrlich, Lorrie Driggers, Deena Masters, Marj Anne Simon . Back Row: Tammy Scrugs, Laura Pontius, Kris Thomas, Bonnie Pierce, Trjtc Smith, Barbara DeBusk, Randi Burnette. Thumper ' , the Early Childhood Lab mascot gets fed. Education 103 6is?ssBGis=:s:.:a£f Faculty Members: Standing: Wesley Ryals, Robert Zimmerman, Keith Huneycutt, Robert Tate. Seated; Marianne Hodges, Gwendolyn Zeimann, Mary Pharr, Paula Buck. THE DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH IS . . Victorian Literature . . . Reading . . Effective Writing . . . Creative Writing . . Advanced Grammars . . . Shake speare . . . Poetry . . . Compositions . . Plays . . . Masterpieces Of Western Literature . . . and Pen Central. Melissa Ehrlich takes time to study in the English lab. 104 English Dr. Ziemann discusses an assignment with one of her students. KAPPA MU EPSILOM Front Row: Mr. Lane Qoodson, Dr. Henry Hartje, Cheryle Kem, Randi Burnett, Rachel Paugh, Dawn Qallant . Second Row: Jennifer Page, Mancy Meyers , Dr. Qayle Kent. Back Row: Mr. Daniel Carreira, Mr. Allen Wuertz, Dr. Mark Lynch, Mrs. Caroline Durham. Faculty Members: Lane Qoodson, Menry Hartje, Qayle Kent, Dan Carreira, Carolyn Durham, Allen THE DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMAT- Wuertz, and Mark Lynch. ICS IS . . . statistics . . . Trigonometry . . . Student Aids . . . Advanced rortran . . . Elementary Analysis . . . Kappa Mu Epsilon . . . Differential Equations . . . Fundamental Mathematics . . . Polk Science . . . Tutors . . . Linear Algebra . . . Fortran Programming . . . Calculus . . . And Class Preparation. Mathematics 105 FREMCH CLUB Rick Partlow, Megan Balderson, Betsy Zinn, Carole Hiley, Jodi Plewell, Dina Wyss, James Malcomb , and Dr. Brandon. THE DEPARTMEP1T OF EOREIGM LAN- GUAGES IS . . . French Class . . . Lan- guage Labs . . . Spanish . . . Composi- tion and Conversation . . . Scientific German . . . Spanish Literature . . . Business French . . . Modem German Literature . . . Vocabulary Quiz . . . French Civilization . . . Spanish-Ameri- can Literature . . . French Club . . . Spanish Short Story . . . Skits . . . and the French Club. Working in the language lab gives this student time to study. 106 Foreign Languages All first year language students spend many hours in the language lab listening to exercises for their classes. I WHBH r 1 Dr. Cole smiles with two students from the Spanish Club. Armed with a Diet Coke, this student is ready to go to work in the language lab. Faculty Members: Bennett Cole, Wallace Brandon, Jose Martinez, and Qerda von Faleske. Foreign Languages 107 PHI MU ALPHA Front Row: Jay Strike, Alisa McDonald, Vonnie Downey, Wendy Myer, David Zack, Bobbi Mealy, Bob Madden. Second Row: Peter Woodland, Chris Kratzer, Joe Borsdam, Doug Clark, Paul Cuppett, Matt Morgan, Chris Rodgers, Richard Shepard, Shaun Schmidt, Don Brittenham, Bryon Pempek, Back Row: Tom Be- ned, Ryan Lane, David Mitchell, Ron Alford, Pete Qrigsby, Andrew Cleaver, Jeff White, Mike Wil- liams, Eddie Cerrato, Stephen Lauster, Tracy Owen, nicole Kasson. PICCOLO COMTRABASS CLARIMET Paul Cuppett hathy Pitre Kathy harms Eric Metzner PLUTE BASSOOM TROMBONE hicole Kasson Eleanor Berry Vonnie Downey Trudy White Byron Pempek Janet Williams ALTO SAXOFHOP1E Tom Willard Kathy Pitre Andrew Cleaver Nancy Borzomatc Hazel Thomiley Tami Tate Marcene nurphy Jeff While BARITONE Deborah Getty Tracy Owen Tamara Battle Adair Hewitt Mike Williams TEHOR SAXOPHOP1E Mike Roriques OBOE Ken Johnson Michelle Crook Matt Morgan TUBA Shaun Schmidt Richard Shepard EREMCH HORn Doug Clark CLARIMET Shannon Daughtery Alisa McDonald David Zach STRING BASS Robert Boone Chuck Coffman Ron Alford Carol TicKel Suzi Gartrel! Kristcn Merndon Bob Tiffany PERCUSSION Tina Whiteside Eddie Cerrato Darrell Joachim TRUMPET Pam Lacey Amy Williams Sanford Meeks Chris Rodgers Dihannne Perez Al McCullough Bobbi Nealy David Mitchell Don Brittenham Steve Lauster Laura Whitener Jennifer Simon Melinda Kempff Judy Dunn Elaine Booth ALTO CLARIMET Steve Sawyer Tom Bened Elaine Willard Kathy Thomas Chris hratzer Bob Madden Kelly Good BASS CLARINET Leanna Qreenogh Joe Borsdam Mike Patterson Joe Borsdam takes time to practice before class begins. 108 Music DELTA OMlCROn Front Row: Pam Warren, Karen Feller, Wendy Meyer, Trudy White, Michelle Crook . Second Row: Eleanor Berry, Hope Bright, Suzi Qartrell, Alisa McDonald, Tracy Owen . Back Row: Byron Pimpek and Mrs. Rita Fandrich. ' S T A ' S The Concert Band performed at Pipkin Bandshell in the Concert Under the Stars on the campus of FSC. MENC: Jeff White, Pam Warren, Joe Borsdam. THE DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC IS . . . Concert Under the Stars . . . Handbell Choir . . . Juries . . . MEPiC . . . Chorale . . . Delta Omicron . . . Dixieland Band . . . Christmas Gala . . . Phi Mu Alpha . . . Jazz Band . . . Voice Lessons . . . Spring Band Tour . . . Welcome Larry Burke . . . Student Recitals . . . Scholar- ships . . . Music Education . . . Practice Time . . . and Spring Formals. Jim Slutz leads the band in a few scales before class begins. Music 109 Department of Music Taculty: Robert MacDonald, Rita Fandrich, Beverly Wolff, Paula Parsche, Larry Sledge, Jim Slutz and Larry Burke. Concert Band member Richard Shepard practices before class. COMCERT JAZZ BAMD Front Row: Kathy Pitre, Dihanne Perez, Matt Morgan, Wendy rieyer, Andy Cleaver, Jeff White, Tami Tate, Wendy White and Larry Burke. Second Row; Pam Lacey, Steve Lauster, David Mitchell, Rich Shepard, By- ron Pempek, Mancy Borzomato, Shaun Scgmidt. Back Row: Eric Metzner, Bob Tiffany, Mike Patter- son, Al McCullough, Kathy Thomas. 110 Music COMCERT CHORALE rront Row: Dr. Larry Sledge, Hani Shini, Karen reller, Pam Warren, Tracy Owen, Stephanie Salemme, Jennifer nor- ton, Alex Ramey, Yoshiko Oshida, Adair Mewitt, Deborah Getty. Second Row: Marlyce Rodri- guez. Karen Larson, Teresa Desousa, John Shields, David Mitchell, Dee Dee Teather. Bobbi Mealy. Jennifer Spence, Jill Finnerty. Third Row: Christina Sidell, Hope Bright. Flo Aldridge, Mi- chael hunter, Joe Borsdam, Julieanne Welles, Tracy Crawford, Melinda Kempff. Back Row: Ten Stubbs, Yun Lew, Christina Thrumond, Peter Qrigsby, Ron Alford, Vicki Sallsman, Brenda Wenner, Suzi Qartrell. HAMDBELL CHOIR Paul Trembly, Linda Lee Cresse, Robert Walker, Amy Wenzel, Kevin Wells. Edie Boyd. Mitch Wells, Beth Lindsey, Joe Borsdam and Melissa niemczyk. DIXIELAMD BAPID Byron Pempek, Vonnie Down- ey, Bob Madden, Andy Clea er, Don Brittenham, Laro Burke, Jay Strike, Alisa McDonald, Kathy Pitre, Richard Shepard, Da id Zack. Music 111 Every fall, Tri Beta, the Biology honor- ary sponsors the Tri Beta Haunted Lab. The fund-raising event is put on and participated by the students in- volved. The lab is for the students on campus as well as the surrounding community. TRI BETA Seated: Brian Crosby, Jill Finnerty, Debbie Taylor, Beth Swartzmiller, Laura newell, Scott Deeds. Second row: Lisa Prescott, Connie DuBois, Gwen Pipkin, Melanie Courtoy, Alison Pyle, Dr. Baum. Back row: Rick Dumm, Scott Michols, Jason Sackett, Bridget Ruesch, Tory Snyder. 112 Biology Brian Mosely chants " Can I have your brain? " at this years Tri Beta haunted lab. TME DEPARTMENT OF MATURAL SCI- EMCE IS . . . Biochemistry . . . Genetics . . . Zoology . . . Botany . . . Microbiolo- gy .. . Entomology . . . Tri Beta . . . Ma- rine Biology . . . Human Anatomy . . . Plant Taxonomy . . . Immunology . . . Ecology . . . Animal Behavior . . . Pa- thophysiology ... Tri Beta Haunted racully Members: Front row: Sharon Hooker, Mary Walker, Margaret Gilbert. Back row: John Tripp, Procedures and Semi- Laurence Campbell, John llaldeman, Robert Baum. . ' ' ' . , nar in Biology. Dr. Campbell hands back a test and Todd Minor looks at his grade. Dr. Baum prepares as his students begin to gather for a class. Biology 113 SOCIETY or PHYSICS STUDEMTS Front Row: Jim Meyer, Sanford Meeks, Hazel Thorniley, Allen Mitchell, Jason Sackett, Dorothy Jenks. Back Row: Eric Hernandez, Dr. David Ward, Robert Mitchell, JoAnn Averill, Bob Madden. 114 Chemistry and Physics ay AMER1CAP1 CHEMICAL SOCIETY Kneeling: Lisa Prcsc_ott, Anne rfichols. From left: David Bush, Shaun Schmidt, Brian Crosby, Dr. Tom Willard, Deborah Paugh, Dr. Howard Dinsmore. THE DEPARTMEDT OE CHEMISTRY AMD PHYSICS IS . . . Biochemistry ' . . . Advanced Organic . . . Mechanics . . . American Chemical Society . . . Atom- ic Structures . . . Electronics . . . Soci- ety of Physics Students . . . Quantita- tive Analysis . . . Thermodynamics . . . and Labs. Chemistry and Physis 115 THE DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE IS . . . Asian His- tory . . . Comparative Politics . . . West- em Civilization . . . United States For- eign Policy . . . Examinations . . . Amer- ican Government . . . Phi Gamma Mu . . . Twentieth Century History ... In- ternational Politics . . . Ancient History . . . and Modem Political Thought. Susan Street goes to her work study job in the History and Political Science department. Faculty Members: David Trafford, William Larsen, Barbara Qiles, Frank Hodges, John Santosuosso, Larry Durrence. not Pictured: Rand Sutherland 116 History and Political Science FSI CMI Seated: Laurie Orcjielewicz, Julie Saunders. Standing: Michelle Jackson, Peggy Yule, Beth Brown. Dr. Key, Dana Reddy, Lynne Hendrick. Amy Lambert, Miriam Siegfried. THE DEPARTMEHT OF PSYCHOLOGY IS . . . Industrial Psychology . . . Exper- imental Design . . . Tests and Measure- ments . . . Developmental . . . Lab Tests . . . Psi Chi . . . Perception . . . Be- havior Disorders . . . field Experience . . . Social Science vs riatural Science . . . Experimental Psychology . . . An- imal Behavior. . . Psychology of Learn- ing . . . and Laboratory Animals. Psi Chi members Michelle Jackson and Beth Brown catch up on some ho mework in the Psychology department. History and Political Science 117 I II IIUHWUMIWI JWIWWWIiHlllilHIHIIIBllliiUp , I wi..ii||.W)||iniij THE DEPARTMEMT OF RELIGIOM AND PHILOSOPHY IS . . . Basic Chris- tian Beliefs . . . Logic . . . The Johan- nine Literature . . . Christianity and the Arts . . . Ethics . . . Life and Letters of Paul . . . Welcome W. Alan Smith . . . Philosophy . . . Theta Chi Beta . . . Toulmon ' s Models . . . Old and new Testament . . . Field Experience . . . and the Hindu Garden. Faculty Members; Front Row: Patrick Anderson, Walter Weaver. Back Row: Waite Willis, Alan Smith, Frank Johnson, not pictured: John Cook, Hoover Rupert. 118 Religion ALL CAMPUS TELLOWSHIP Front row kneeling; Robin Jack, Roy Terry, Rob Torrington, Ginger Smoot. First row standing: Leslie Flaberman, Alice Rush, Leslie Hannon, Sandy Mullis, Karen Larson, Carol Tickel, Tina Sidell, Tracy Zaieski, Renee Pinder, Tina Whiteside. Middle row: Cheryl Kem, Mar- lyce Rodriguez, Brian Shriner, Eric McRea, Allan Hook, Keith Keinmann, John Moore, Chris Murray, Sally Welch, Missy niemczyk, Mindy Easter. Back row: Vicky Slate, Pam Lacey, Eleanor Berry, Mark Nordby, Julie Six, Kelly Oeth, Mike Hudson, Marcene Murphy, Mrs. Healy. CLOWn MIMISTRY: Front Row: Alabaster, Charles Quincy Maximillian Xavier 111, Pax, Amy Wenzel. Back row: Kim Powell, Cheryl Cornelius. IMTEKFAITH COUNCIL: Chaplain Mailman, Lisa Ballard, Deborah Crav ford. Thorn Bower. SIGMA RHO EPSILOri: Seated: Brenda Wenner, Deborah Crawford, Lisa Ballard, Montez Williams, Kim Powell. Second row; Keri Kynard, Kathy Libby, Cheryl Cornelius, Tina Sidell, Rosa Finder, Mi- chelle Carlisle. Back row: Chaplain Mailman, Kim l ' err ' , Elaine Wenner, Kelly Oeth, Karren Larson, Carol TIckel, Shaun Schmidt. Religion 119 FRE-MIMISTERIAL ASSOCIATIOM: Tront: Cheryl Cornelius, Chaplain Mailman, Deborah Crawford. Second Row: Thorn Bower, Leann Qreenough, Lisa Ballard. Back Row: Kelly Oeth, Montez Williams. METHODIST STUDENT MOVEMEMT: Seated: Julieanne Welles, Karen Konoponicki, Melodic Cas- sells, Rosa Finder, Cheryl Comelius. Second Row: Lisa Ballard, Kelly Oeth, Bob Madden. Back Row: P. J. Cuppett, Chaplain Hallman, Sally Welch, John S. Moore. 120 Religion baptist Campus Ministry: Seated: Diannc Qunhos. Dcvctta I routman, Sally Welch, Caroline Kruhm, hreiKia Weiiner. Standing: fat Hicidon, Julie h:cic}imann, MarK Myers. Chaplain Mailman talks with a student before chapel services. CHAPEL CHOIR: Seated: Chaplain Mailman, Mrs. Mailman. Standing: Tina Sidell, April Mailman, Kelly Oeth, Julieanne Welles, Brenda Wenner, Shaun Schmidt, Eric McCrea, Karen Larson, Sally Welch, Cheryl Comellius, Debroah Crawford. Carol Tickel, Leann Oreenough, Adair Mewitt. Religion 121 THE DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY SCI- ENCE IS . . . R.O.T.C . . . Basic Training . . . Practicum Leadership . . . Repel- ling Tower . . . Intro, to Army Officer Training . . . Camoflauge Uniforms . . . Drill Instructors . . . Cadets and Offi- cers . . . American Military ffistory . . . Leadership Development . . . Re- source Management. R.O.T.C. cadet Tanya Rawlins smiles after a run around Lake Hollingsworth. Faculty Members: Front row: CPT Craig Rnapp, SSQ Richard Ludwig, SQM Fred Case, MSQ Stephen Thurber, Bonnie Ponton. Bacis row: CPT Paul McCoy, 2 LT Alan Snapp, LTC Robert Sheffield, MAJ Charley Billingsly, SSQ George Millender. 122 R.O.T.C. R.O.T.C. 123 SQM Case displays the diyniiv diul honor of being a soldier. " •Si ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT: First Row: Megan Henry, Kathy Benn, Elizabeth Ide, Pat Mcradden, Kather- ine Straw, Chris Bellotto, Lois Webb. Second Row: Hal Smeltzy, Chuch Anderson, Charley Matlock, Ed Plowman, Ed Jeffries. Back Row: Hank Sargent, JeffOneal, Sam Snow, Morm Benn. THE DEPARTMEMT OF PHYSICAL ED- UCATION IS . . . Physical Education:- Teacher Certification . . . Sports Man- agement . . . Foundations of Recrea- tion . . . Skill Courses . . . Teaching Fit- ness In Secondary School . . . Motor Development . . . Field Experience . . . Kinesiology . . . First Aid and Safety . . . Advanced Sudmming and Lifesaving . . . and Internship. Dr. Jeffries lectures to the students in his Per- sonal Fitness class 124 Physical Education Coach Bellato gives a skills test to her tennis class. THE DEPARTMEPiT OE SOCIOLOGY AMD CRIMINAL JUSTICE IS . . . Social Psychology . . . Marriage and the Fami- ly .. . Race, Culture, and Human Rela- tions . . . Urban Sociology . . . rield Ex- perience . . . Criminology . . . Juvenile Deliquency . . . Corrections and Reha- bilitation . . . Policing in American So- ciety . . . Criminal Justice Practicum . . . and Seminar in Criminology. FACULTY MEMBERS: Ed Plowman, Patrick Anderson, Rosemarie Lamm John Schieb, Sharon Masters. I i ; Sharon Masters shows a look of surprise as she is captured by the photog- rapher. FACULTY MEMBERS; Rosemarie Lamm, Clara Cla 1on THE DEPARTMEP1T OF NURSING IS ... A part of the FSC Evening Degree Program . . . Uniforms . . . Blood drives . . . Health assessments . . . Communi- ty Health Nursing . . . Professional in- quiry and Nursing Practicums. Sociology and Criminal Justice 125 Jim Huber is forced to tie the shoe of Dan Pearcy in " Mow the Other Half Loves " as Amy Prough looks on. ALPHA PSl OMEGA Top to bottom: Joe Cos- tello, Laura Kouns, Andrea Chrien, Debbie Qei- ler. Mot pictured: Julie Saunders, Pete Qrigsby, Montez Williams, Alyson Pyle. VAGABONDS First row: Andrea Chrien, Joe Costello, Peter Qrigsby, Alison Pyle. Second row: Stephanie Chaffee, Kim Tolley, Doug Dixon, Karen Feller, Julieanne Welles. Third row: Amy Wenzel, Montez Williams, Danny Pearcy, Kristen Englesen, Paul Shafer. Back row: Paul Luby, Karen Bussey, Richard LaVene, Laura Kouns. 126 Theater THE THEATER DEPARTMENT IS . . . Stagecraft . . . Acting . . . Design for the Theater . . . History of the Theater . . . How the Other Half Loves . . . Buckner Theater . . . Rehearsals . . . The Actor ' s Voice . . . Introduction to the Theater . . . The Fantasticks . . . Alpha Psi Ome- ga .. . Directing for the Theater . . . Lighting for the stage . . . World Drama . . . Play Writing . . . Fletcher Theater . . . and Theater Practicum. Alison Pylehasa look of shocK as guests Amy Prough and Jim Hubercome to dinner in the play, How the Other Half Loves. " Faculty members; Richard LaVene, Thorn Shafer, Paul Luby. Theater 127 The Students of Florida _ Southern College f ;2|| SENIOR CLASS OFICERS Lon Turner , Senior Male Senator; James Dodd . Senior Class President: not pictured, Natalie McCracken . Senior Female Senator Seniors 129 Lynda Acocelli Winter Haven, FL Joseph Angelino Oneonta, NY Lisa Augspurger Auburndale, FL Holiy Beahm Tampa, FL Lori Bennett Valrico, FL IVIelissa Albers Ormond Beach, FL iVIariene Ansotegui Tampa, FL Aiexandria Bailey St. Pete, FL Thomas Beall Lakeland, FL Amy Bilbrough College Park, MD Kristin Alexin Venice, FL Alesa Aordkian Southbury, CT James Ballard Lakeland, FL Wesley Beck Lakeland, FL Terri Bestervelt Naples, FL Matt Allison Lakeland, FL Fernando Arguelles Miami, FL Owen Barnitz Lakeland, FL Raul Bedoya Lutz, FL ' Ub» ' Eleanor Berry Clearwater, FL Ed Anderson Lakeland. FL Bryan Arnold Avon Park, FL James Batory Columbus, OH John Bennett Clearwater, FL Christopher Black Plant City, FL 130 Seniors Libby Blacklidge Largo. FL Lori Bradbury Haines City, FL Elizabeth Brown Largo. FL Tanya Burner Melbourne. FL Robert Campbell Winter Haven. FL Jill Blum Bartow. FL Robert BIy Coral Gables. FL Mictielle Boculac Seffner. FL Mictiael Brannon W. Pittston. PA Jennifer Brown Inverness. FL Randi Burnette Laleland. FL John Cannon Jacksonville B.. FL Brian Brotter Ft. Lauderdale. FL Helen Bryan Lake Wales, FL Karen Busey Lighthouse Pt.. FL Ben Carpenter Plant City. FL Valerie Brewer Ocala. FL Alan Bunch Lakeland. FL Carle Call Enterprise. FL Paige Carrera Miami. FL Johr Bowman Belize Centrl, AMR Craig Brown Orlando, FL Stephen Burke Zephyrhills, FL Chris Campana Naperville, IL Maritza Carrion Fort Meade. FL Seniors 131 Edward Cerrato Titusville, FL Pamela Clark Largo, FL Stephanie Conner Sun Prairie, Wl Deborah Chadwell Seffner, FL Andrew Cleaver Lakeland, FL Heidi Conrad Hanover, NH Sandra Chipley Homestead, FL Candice Christensen Coral Sp. FL Douglas Coffman Lakeland, FL Shelley Coghill Naples, FL Elizabeth Cooksey Orlando, FL William Cordes Miami, FL Douglas Clark Miami, FL Lucy Collins Bartow, FL Melanie Courtoy Dunedin, FL Deborah Crawford New Canaan, CT William Crocker Medina, OH Douglas Curry Lakeland, FL Cheryl Custer Leesburg, FL David Crum, Jr. Plant City, FL Jody Dale Seminole, FL Steven Crump Deleon Springs, FL Steven Dalton Seminole, FL Chris Culmer Nassau, Bahamas Michael Davis St. Augustine, FL 132 Seniors f ' 4 .y Caroline Deen Brandon. FL Donald Denton Lake Wales. FL William Deen Trenton, FL Mictiael Dicl man Boca Raton, FL Karen Delaney Naperville. IL James DLougtiy Port St. Lucie. FL Timottiy Delikat Tampa, FL James Dodd Venice. FL Pamela Denison Thonotosassa, FL Alison Doeren Venice. FL Ttiomas Dollenmayer Winter Haven. FL Judy Dunn Lakeland. FL Julie Eggimann Davenport. FL Karen Dooley Lakeland. FL April Durrence Lakeland. FL Alan Evertsz Curacao Antilles Vonnie Downey Lakeland. FL Jeannine Dwyer Longwood. FL Jill Fee Lakeland, FL Amy Dudman New Hartford. NY Mary Dzubin Stratford, CT Karen Feller Hollywood, FL Gretctien Dunker Tequesta, FL Dino Ebel Barstow, CA Valerie Fett Lakeland. FL Seniors 133 7. Larry Figueiredo Spring Hill, FL Carolyn Ford Lakeland, FL Gregory Garber Lal eland, FL Darren Gillan Rocky Mount, NC Julia Fillingim Clermont, FL Jonathan Fox Naples, FL James Gelb Leesburg, FL Marian Gilmore Columbus, OH Paul Findling Napierville, IL Elizabeth) Fraser Coral Gables. FL Deborah! Geller Venice, FL Mictiael Glotfelty Lakeland, FL Julie Fitzpatrick Brandon, FL Leyla Gagliano Lakeland, FL Lisa Gerspacher Miami, FL Frank Good Lakeland, FL Jennifer Forbes Clewiston, FL Jennifer Gallant N. Ft. Myers, FL Rhonda Giddens Lakeland, FL Deborah Goodwin Tallahassee, FL Brenda Grant Lakeland, FL Peter Grigsby Gainesville, FL Pamela Grimes Lakeland, FL Jennifer Gurney Sebring, FL Tracey Hacking Wilton, CT 134 Seniors ' Fred Hammond West Palm B.. FL Ruth Hardin Lakeland. FL Andrew Harrison Littleton. CO Vincent Heims Naples. FL Mictielle Horsman Cocoa, FL John Hand Sarasota. FL Holly Harley Lakeland. FL Mary Harrison Lakeland, FL Donna Heitman Arcadia. FL Colin Houk Winter Park. FL Leslie Hannon Punta Gorda. FL Margaret Harmon Geneva, NY Bruce Hartup Lakeland. FL Janet Herndon Plantation, FL Ralph Howe W. Sayville. NY Jennifer Hansen Clearwater. FL Susan Harrell Lakeland, FL Scott Hawkins Wading River. NY Walter Hill Tampa. FL Maria Hower Sarasota, FL Kristie Hardbower Ocala, FL James Harris Lake Wales, FL Patricia Heath Lakeland, FL Neal Horrom Lehigh Acres, FL Laura Humphrey Ormond Beach, FL Seniors 135 • •: Dan Jenkins Lakeland, FL Jerry Johnson Miami, FL Lisa Jones Lakeland, FL Kerri Kerber Ft. Meade. FL Leslie Hyatt Titusville, FL Raymond Jackson Lakeland, FL Ellis Jenkins Polk City, FL Chieryl Joe Lakeland, FL Sydney Johnson Leesburg, FL Howard Joiner Winter Haven, FL Raegen Jones Port Charlotte, FL Rhonda Kaiser Prior Lake, MN Cheryl Kern Port Charlotte, FL Melissa Keyes Nokomis, FL Gary James Ormond B., FL Colleen Johnson Sebring. FL Daryl Jones Kissimmee, FL Petra Keller Key Biscayne, FL Daniel Kilbane Mulberry, FL Michele Jasso Lakeland, FL Daryl Johnson Sebring, FL Karen Jones Holiday, FL Melinda Kempff Dayton, OH Tamara Kimball St. Cloud, FL 136 Seniors Hitoshi Kimura Ashiya City, Japan Stayce Krug St. Petersburg, FL James Lebeau N Grosvenordale, CT Mark Kingtiam Winter Haven, FL MIchaei Klapetzky Mascoutati, IL Karl Koepke Orlando, FL Karol Lewis Miami, FL Kattierine Libby Lenighi Acres, FL Joye Maier Palm Harbor, FL Jacquelin Manizza Enfield. CT Eric Manning Cortland, NY Marci Matchett Lakeland, FL John Mattucci Tampa, FL Natalie McCarttiy Naples, FL Timottiy Littler Clearwater, FL Deena Masters Auburndole, FL Patricia Kowoiske Auburndole, FL Albert Kutin Edward Lomando T. Mark Londregan William Larson Drayton Plains, Ml Woppingers Foils, NY Safety Harbor, FL Ft. Lauderdale. FL Kottiryn McClure Linden, Ml Dorcy MacKinnon Brandon, FL Monica Motoy Kissimmee. FL Kotrino McCormick Dade City, FL Seniors 137 Natalie McCracken St. Pete., FL Karen McCurdy Cincinnati, OH Dan IVIcGraw Wtieaton, iL Caroiyn IVIcHugh Hadiey, iVIA Micheile McMuiien Lakeland, FL Nancy IVIeyers Venice, FL Karyn Misiaszek Lakeland, FL Carrie iS lorse Naples, FL Laura McNabb Auburndale, FL Kim McSpedden Aitamonte Spgs., FL Lorraine IVIessina Bradenton B., FL Debbie Middlebrooks Plant City, FL Gail Middleton Annadale, VA Thiomas Milano Oaktiurst, NJ Robert Mitchell Lakeland, FL Johin Mitrione Fort Myers, FL Deborah Moore Alturas, FL J. Brian Mortillaro Congers, NY Stacey Muck Dade City, FL Robert Murphy Madison, CT Charles McKnight Winter Park, FL William Meyer Lakeland, FL William Miller Tampa, FL Diane Moore Marco Island, FL Mark Myers Winter Garden, FL 138 Seniors Jocelyn Napier Naples, FL Emerson Noble Lakeland. FL Yoshiko Oshida Saltama, Japan Rosemarle Payne Winter Haven. FL Felix Perez Lakeland. FL Jodee Nelson Pompano Beach, FL Julia Newman Lakeland. FL Amy Newsome Bradenton. FL Ella Nlelsen4 alacio Winter Haven, FL Anttiony Novotti Baco Raton. FL Jotin Owens Ocala. FL Susan Peacock Bartow. FL Cameron Perkins Ft. Laud.. FL Douglas O ' Donnell Fairiee. VT Mark Oliar Lakeland, FL Susan Olstiever Tampa, FL Jennifer Page Lakeland, FL Carlo Popedick Sarasota, FL Kelly Partridge Lakeland, FL Byron Pempek Springfield, IL Lisa Pennix Winter Haven, FL Ditinne Perez Mulberry, FL Patrick Perrotta Boca Raton, FL Lisa Philbeck Winter Haven, FL Mictiael Pilapil Lakeland. FL Seniors 139 Lisa Pinder Nassau, Bahamas Thomas Pittard Seville, FL Courteany Rector New Port Rich, FL Karen Robbins Plant City, FL Scott Rouse Lakeland, FL Renee Pinder Nassau, Bahamas Brian Polstra Valrico, FL Joanne Rees Lakeland, FL Lisa Rodriguez Altamonte Spgs., FL Bridget Ruesch Monticello, FL Gary Pipik Charleroi, PA Gwen Pipkin Lakeland, FL Laura Pontius Lutz, FL Jennifer Price Vero Beach, FL Alan Richards Sarasota, FL Donna Riddle Titusville, FL Timothy Roess Lake Alfred, FL Kimberly Rogers Lakeland, FL IVIonique Russel Curacao, Neth AntI Paul Russell Nassau, Bahamas Kathy Pirkle Lakeland, FL Dorcy Prosser Lake Worth, FL Jesse Ritter Lakeland, FL Lynn Rogers Lakeland, FL Craig Schaller Rochester, NY 140 Seniors v Clifford Schmidt Upper ly lont., NJ Stuart Setcavage Bettiei Parl . PA Gregory Shiiver Lal eland. FL Rictiord Sloan Jacksonville. NC Waiter Spoulding fy ladison, OH Steptien Sctiofield West Hurley, NY Diana Seymour Ft. Lauderdale, FL Brian Stiriner Nokomis, FL Tracey Smith Lakeland, FL Frank Spencer Clearwater, FL tVllchael Schultz Menomonee Falls, Wl Janine Sgango Ridgefield Pk., NJ Reno Seibert Lakeland, FL Whitney Smith Chiefland, FL Glen Spivey West Palm Beach, FL Christy Scott IVIaltland. FL David Sheffield Boca Raton. FL Stacey Silvis Conita Spgs., FL Scott Snyder Jacobus, PA Darren Stanek Algonguin, IL Cynthia Scott Sarasota, FL Valerie Shipper Reading, PA Dennis Simpson Lakeland, FL Laura Soule Brandon, FL Dorothy Stankewitz Beloit. Wl Seniors 141 -w Micheline Sterling Lakeland, FL Christopher Stone Lakeland, FL Beth Swortzmilier St. Pete, FL Cheryl Sterner Lakeland, FL Scott Stevens Linconshire, IL Jana Stinnett Lakeland, FL Roger Tedder Orange Park, FL April Tool Fulton, NY Elizabeth Strapp Enfield, CT Trent Strauch Naples, FL Russell Stringer Winter Haven, FL Laurent Tanner Bay St. Louis, MS Brian Taylor Tampa, FL Frank Taylor Roswell, GA Stephanie Thompson Largo, FL Amy Throgmorton Okeechobee, FL Susan Timmins Ft. Lauderdale, FL Wayne Tobey Margate, FL Robert Torrington Sarasota, FL Charles Trembly Mount Dora, FL Darren Stokes Sebring, FL Paula Sullivan St. Pete, FL John Taylor Sebring, FL i Joseph Tiseo Port Charlotte, FL David Troester N. Tonawanda, NY 142 Seniors Lon Turner Jacksonville, FL Karin Vanderkerkhof Curacoa. Neth AntI David Vanderstuyf Berwin. IL Brett Vaugtin Plant City, FL Kevin Vaughin Lakeland, FL Frank Vltek Piano. IL Vesta Wages Windmere, FL Cattiy Walker Boca Raton. FL Jotin Walter S. Daytona B., FL Stiella Warren Lakeland, FL Steven Wellslager Bradenton. FL Mary White Jacksonville, FL Trudy White Davenport, FL Lesley Whitehead Maumee, OH John WIeber R. Charlotte, FL Glenn Wilkes Bartow, FL Montez Williams Nassau. Bahorrias Cindy Wilson Lakeland. FL Kathryn Wilson St. Pete.. FL Kempton Womble Lakeland. FL Peter Woodland Naples. FL Mark Woodruft Sarasota. FL Veronica Wozniak Livonia. Ml Daniel Wulf Lincoln. Rl Robert Wyatt Sebring. FL - Seniors 143 JUNIORS JUMIOR CLASS orriCERS: Traci Tucker, Doug firestone, Wendy Meyer, Cheryl Cohen, Don Brittenham A. Craft Abbotts Jennifer Albritton Kim Allen Robin Allen Todd Allen Melinda Arms Brenda Alvarez Kelly Ammons Hans Anderson Megan J. Arthur Devin Baillairge Stephani Ball Lisa Ballard KellN Barnes Len Barrand TW ' Ji k Juniors i45 Leigh Ann Bartlett Matalie Barton James Batory Christine Bayard William Bergquist Alan Bigony Kenneth Blackburn Calvin C. Boggess Debra Bohlander Hilary Booth Joseph Borsdam Lynn Boyer Maria Bravetti Tana Brazelton neal Bretz Mope Bright Don Brittenham Leigh Ann Bua John Buckley William Buckley Frank Buzzanca Kevin Bynum Elizabeth Cahill James Campbell JoAnne Carney Richard Caron Stephanie Chaffee Mark Chasey Michael Chiavuzzi John Cicanese 146 Juniors Basil Clair. Jr. Sheila Cochran Cheryl Cohen Tracy Cole Kyle Colle Shauna Conley Martin Conner. Jr. Caria Conte Richard Coppola Jean Corr Joseph Costello Todd Crawley Linda Cresse Joseph Cretella Hi Michelle Crook Lisa Cunningham Paul J. Cuppett Elizabeth D Andrea Heather Davis Michelle Davis Edd Dean. Jr. John Dean Cynara Debevec Bethann Debree Scott Deeds Paige Dempsey Christopher Desrochers Sylvia Dodge Ilka-Simone Doring Lorrie Driggers Juniors 147 Matthew Dunn Stephanie Dunn Alice Dulaney Donna Easlick Richard Eisinger, Jr. John Ellis Kristin Engelsen Konda Ergenbright Keith Farr Merri Lynn Farr Fane Feldt Wade Ferris Richard Finlayson Mindi Fitch Diane Fitzpatrick Jessica Fleming Jacqueline Folmar Christine Fontana James Foran Maribeth Franklin Lori Friend Brian D. Funk Patricia Qadberry Tom Qately Jacqueline Qelardi Jac Qelb Tammy Qetchius Melissa Geyer Donald Qillich Edward Qiradin 148 Juniors Jeff Qretz John Qrove Leslie Maberman Katherine flague Michael haines (jdll l.ynn Hall Clarence Hammonds Patrick Mannigan Cheryl Mardee Claude Harden III Carolyn Harmon Robin Harrington Samuel Harrison Brian Hasson Shannon Hastings Michael Hayes Kenny Hazlett Gregory Heam Kevin Hegarty Shelley Hermes Andrew Heman Kevin Hester James Heydt John Hill James Hitt Kevin Hodes Cherie Hooker Jennifer Hopely Virginia Huck John Hudek Juniors 149 Deborah Hughes Julie Hart Michael Hunter James Hurst rarrel Inman Michele Jackson James Jarvie Brian Jehle Lorna Johnson Colleen Jolicoeur Karen Kaj Kris Keamej Kimberiy Koch Mary Ann Koct David Korwir Gary Kranendonk Robin Kundrick Ryan Lane Karen Larson Stephen Laustei Rebecca Laws Christopher Leach Sherri Lee Robert LeFebre John Legg Becky Lemay Terence Lenamon Mark Lester Mary Lindsay Joseph Lucas 150 Juniors Cathleen Mack Robert Madden Pam Mamorsky Leigh Manninc) Scoll Manthorne nicholas Marolda Mia Marotti famela Maslanka Susan Mason Van Mayes Todd McDaniel Alisa McDonald (jreg McGann Susanne McQee Dennis McQinley Susan McQinnis Mary McPhail Jennifer Meade Tina Meeks Emily Mentry Wendy Meyer Michael Miller Paula Miller Robert Mills Lisa Mischley Emory Mixon Donald Molloy Ashley Moore Leonard Moore Mike Moran Juniors 151 Micole Morin James Morton Brent Moser Narie Mouillesseaux Martin Murphy Debbie Musser George neukom Charles Heumyer John Mewbola Laura Meweli Kay newsome Peter Hordby Angela Morman Patrick north Mark O ' Brien Michelle O ' Brien Lucile Odom Monica Olivo Lisa Orth Tracy Owen Melody Palmer Jeffrey Parker Kathy Parker rSanci Parks Jeffrey Pasquino Deborah Faugh Rachel Faugh John Pearcy Jill Penrod Todd Peters 152 Juniors Jill Pettegrew Beth Petterson Alana Phang Rosa Pinder Roman PolivKa Suzanne Ponton Kimberly Powell Rebecca Powers Lisa Prescott Jeffrey Pringle Amy Prough Robert Pursell Alyson Pyle Lisa Quattlebaum Qrady Query Andrew Raab Cheryl Ranson Tanya Rawlins Deborah Rawn ggfW Alan Redstone Liza Reed Diane Rees Ronald Reeves Jessica Regis Brian Rich Tracey Ringstaff Richard Robinson Chris Rodgers MarK Ross Corrina Ryschka Juniors 153 Julia Saunders Charles Sawyer Tracey Sawyer Dawn Scales Anita Scheffler Tony Schriffert Tammy Scruggs John Secunda Mandi Settlemire Amy Lynn Shaw Steve Sheehan Richard Shepard India Sheppard Christina Sidell Roy Simmen Samuel Simpson Victoria Slate Barbara Smythe Tory Snyder Linda Southard Keith Spresser Mary Sreenan Jill Standifer Michael Stark Diane Stateler John Stephens Jane Stephenson Deborah Stoff Deborah Stovall Susan Street 154 Juniors Jay Strike Glenn Stummer Daniel Siumpfl Patricia Su o Joy Swanson Bret SypniewskI Debra Taylor Jill Taylor John Taylor June Taylor Ronald Taylor Roy Terry Kristine Thomas Donna Thompson Jessica Thornton Carol Tickel Scott Tillbrook Edna Tillis Caron Timmerman Jef Titus April Tolman Esther Tomcykoski Erin Townsend TracI Tucker Stephen Tumer James VanHart Jose Villegas-Becerril Jeffrey Voth Morman Wade Molijane Wahl Juniors 155 Justin Wallace rred Walters Karrie Webb Dixie Wherrell Shannon White Tracey Whitmoyer John Wieber Adam Williams Jean Williams Yomera Williams Kelly Wise Karia Withers Brenda Wood Denise Wood Kevin Wood Robert Wright Sheraton Yee Michelle Yon Margaret Yule David Zack Elizabeth Zinn 156 Juniors SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORE CLASS omcERS: Cheryl Krauss, Andrew Clanton, Melissa Sanders Laska Albin Ronald Alford Benny Allbritton William Allbritton Andrew Ames Vanessa Anderson Jeffery Anthony John Avery Robert Bailey Megan Balderson Christine Baldinger Sheree Baldwin Pheobe Banks Lana Barber Sher ' l Barnes Sophomores 157 David Bamett Kevin Bamitz Kelly Bauder Ross Baumes Michael Bennet Jim Bessell Bryan Beswick Kimberly Bllleter Theresa Blanchard Kelly Bloomer Stephen Boskus Thomas Bower Michael Brian Suzanne Brietz Douglas Brooks Wayne Broughton Linda Brown John Cain Angela Cardwell Michelle Carlisle Joanne Carton Melodie Cassells Kimberly Cates P. Dawn Cates Christine Cerrato Dwight Chappell Andrea Chrien Larry Citarelli Andrew Clanton Kelli Clements 158 Sophomores Suzanne Cloyd Ann Conner Jim Connolly Khonda Connors Lisa Coonrad Walter Copeland Micah Corbin April Cosgrove Stott Cournoyer Judye Cox Sherry Crawford Brian Crosby Cynthia Crosby Michael Crouch Qreg Cunningham Jill Cyphert Donna Davis Julia Davis Joe Dawson Barbara DeBusk Teresa Derazio Tred Delduca Lisa Delmann Mark Dobersch Olga Dominquez Connie Dubois Mark Dubois Carolyn Duddy Denise Dwyer Bryce Edelson Sophomores 159 Melissa Ehrlich William Elliott Chanin Erich Joe Estenes Michael Evanko Mike Evans Joelle Fain Lisa Favreau Dorothy Feather Lawrence Falivena Michelle Finn Jill Finnerty Marisa Fiorello Ronald Firestone Matthew Foget Beth Fraser Jonathan Fredin Brett Freeman Cheryl Freligh Robert Gamble Denise Qant Alfonso Garcia Linda Garris Mary Qartrell Kevin Qerencher Michelle Qesche Anthony Gesualdi James Gillie Sam Qiorgianni Elizabeth Qirard 160 Sophomores Peter Oolotko Claudia Qoodman Michael Ooodridge Juliannc (jrcen Leann Oreenough Rlrhard Cjreer Stacey Qrenville Slacey Qrubham Dianne Cjunhus Jennifer Maldeman Heather Hannon Michael Hartigan Linda tiarvey Valerie Hechler Susan Heller Erich Hernandez Lisa Herrington Lynda Hetrick Kelly Hicks Barbara Hiers Carole Hiley nancy Hilton Susan Hoffman Rosemary Hohl Margaret Hollis Shelly Holloway Larry Holmes Brittany Honeycutt Con Hopkins Lisa Howard Sophomores 161 Craig Hrkal Amy Hubbard Jim Huber Kathleen Hughes Kimberly Hutchins Karen Hyatt Sharon Hyatt Jennifer Insetta Dina Jackson Randall Jacob Rene Jacoby Scott James Lowell Jaudon Montgomery Jenkins Kenneth Johnson Molly Johnson Tammy Johnson Ronda Johnston John Jones Jon Jones Karen Jones Lori Jones Gregory Karl son riicole Kasson George King Kevin Klein Karrie Klimas Karen Konopnicki Stephen Kosmer Laura Kouns 162 Sophomores Cheryl Krauss Steven Kruse Christina l.abelle Pamela l.acey Ronda l.ahue Brad Lamb Amy Lambert Julie Lamm Scott Lanier Christine Laubach Sandra Leber Theresa Legget Chris Leibel Joseph Leithead Mary Lew Keith Lewis Timothy Ling nancy Linnard Bemadette Loesche Joseph Logan Michael Lookner «i Bruce Lovins John Lowman Christine Luce Ruth Luton Yolanda Macon Kimberly Maier James Malcolm Robert Mallon Sophomores 163 Bill Manzene John Marshall Drew Marszal Chrislopher MaterdominI Christina Matsas Stacey Mayer Cristi McCaffrey Robert McCorkle Donald McCoy Dave McMillon t Denlse McMullan Jody McSpedden Shannon McWilliams Sanford Meeks Angela Melton MJfk James Merrell Mary Michael Sheila Miles Julia Mills Amanda Milos Todd Minor Steven Misencik David Misener Kaaren Moffat Jay Montgomery Lisa Moore Scott Moore Timothy Moore Michael Moran Robert Moss i). Tk 164 Sophomores Timothy Motil Todd Mudge Sandra Mullls Rie Murai Luis Murillo Dawn Murphy Mart cne Murphy Stephen Murphy Richard Mutschler Mike Mabors Bobbi Mealy William nelson Paul Mevlns Jodi riewell Scott Molan Kimberly Molen Joe norton Mary Obenour Steve Odiome Jennifer Oip Joel Olson Laurie Orgielewicz Kevin Orth Edward Osika John Padgett Elizabeth Palmer Trip Parker Richard Partlow Stephanie Patrick James Patterson Sophomores 165 Kim Patterson Michael Patterson Margaret Peden Susanne Pellegrino Jacqueline Penrod Seth Pevamik Dawn Phillips Bonnie Pierce Joseph Pijancwski Hansel Pitts Todd Plumlee William Pope Bonnie Porter Tina Powers Michelle Prather John Rader Linda Ransom Kevin Rea Tonya Reed Jeff Reinking Rick Ricart Jill Rickey Kim Rise Brian Robare Lisa Roberts holly Rockhold Marlyce Rodriguez Raquel Rodriguez Richard Root Michael Ryan 166 Sophomores Melissa Salisbury Melissa Sand ers Kurt Sandness Qary Sawyer Shawn Sawyer Jana Schaller Cathy Schlichte Robert Schofield Lara Schumacher David Sears Amy See Martha Shanahan Kim Shephard nani Shin Lori Sicard J t Miriam Siegfried John Sielsky Maryemma Sigsworth Penny Simmers Lanford Slaughter Dianne Smith Matthew Smith Michael Smith Sheri Smith Virginia Smoot 9 f Jl William Snyder Reginna Spaccio Jeff Spence Anglo Spicola Robert Spiro Sophomores 167 Ronald Starsick Donald Stephens Karlen Stephenson Garrett Stine Heather Strickland Mark Sullivan Paul Sullivan Timothy Sutherland Kim Tanke Lee Taylor Marcello Tedeschi Robert Tiffany nancy Toborg Christopher Torgusen Devetta Troutman Lucia Turk Cole Tyler Donnolly Tyrell John Vacca Eric Vanvidnkle Tanya Vamey Janell Walters Pamela Warren Jennifer Wasson Steve Weller Julieanne Welles Brenda Wenner Sandra Wenner Amy Wenzel JeflFrey White 168 Sophomores Tina Whiteside Torrey Wilkins Andrew Williams Albert Wilson Rosann Wilson Elizabeth Wittig Steve Woda Elizabeth Wright Stephen Wroblewski Kim Yang Sheila Yasrebi Andy Yount Sophomores 169 FRESHMEN TRESHMEM CLASS OmCERS: Deona Green, Stephen Murray, Mancy Borzomato Kathleen Adams Lisa Alberga Stephen Albury Theresa Aldridge Francisco Ancaya Teresa Ancaya Kristi Anderson Sonya Angus Todd Anthony Louis Apugliese Qonzalo Artes Melissa Ashton Robin Ashworth Samuel Atkins Mikolas Atsalis mM k 170 Freshmen JoAnn Averill Cara Baker William Barclay John Barcomb Stephanie Barnard Christina Barnes David Barnes Jennifer Barnholth Sue Bassett Tamara Battle Gabriel Begue ' Keith Belcher Thomas Bened Pamela Bennett Kenneth Benton Joseph Biasella Thomas Birch Alan Black Jarrett Black Bradley Blanton John Bonderman Aaron Bonham Robert Boone Christine Booth nancy Borzomato Susan Boshart Ricky Bottalico David Bowen Russell Bowen James Britton Freshmen 17 1 Howard Brogden Chatelah Brown Kristie Brown Milinda Brown Grant Brunson Alicia Bryant Thomas Buckley Mark Buckner Kristen Burbank Kim Burford David Bush Raeanne Cade DeAnna Calloway Susan Campbell Mark Campo Judith Carden Candae Carlson Cristine Carpenter Vicki Carroll Mark Casacci Ann Casey Christian Cash Margaret Catalano John Chilton Tonya Cladianos Sarah Clague Perrin Clifton Christin Coan Clark Cochnour Chuck Coffman 172 Freshmen Maria Colon Cheryl Cook Kathryn Cook Thomas Cooksey Karyn Corell Sheri Comman VIcki Corral James Crabtree Chris CraUer Tracy Crawford Allison Crist Jason Cross Sarah Crossman Corey Dace Maryanne Dailey Kera Davies Qomer Davis DeAnne Day Kirsten Deets Don Delinks Eric DePetris Michael DeRosimo Teresa DeSousa Pat DIcesare Kimberly Dickinson Courtney Ditullio Douglas Dixon Qerri Doritv Freshmen 173 James Dowden Todd Downing Thomas Drell William Duffy Richard Dumm Sean Dunlea Amanda Dziamba Michelle Eads Windy Earl Melinda Easter Elaine Edwards Dana Egolf Lori Ellington Julie Esper Jeanelle Eubank Teresa Euber Glen Fagan Derek Flowers Holly Fogg Robert Fontana rc %dih ' ■, ' i. ' f ff, ' Bradley Foran Dennis Fosberg Lynne Fox Wendy Fox Kara Fraser Ted Fritz Jeffry Fry Ronald Fuhr Jennifer Fulks Michael QafFaney fe- i 174 Freshmen Curtis Gardner Caria Gates Jennifer Gaull Brenda Gerg Eric Qerhart Deborah Getty Elizabeth Gillander Christine Gilmore l.ana Qivcns Alex Goff Shannon Gold J0t Ronnie Golden » Scott Graham - I -» ' Deona Green {■ r 1 Shedrick Qrimsley Eric Qroth Darryl Guslafson Todd Guttery rianc Haas Elizabeth Hale Denise Hannaford Kathleen Harms rteal Harris Steve Harrop David Hasselman Shane Hassett James Hausaman Michelle Henderson Sophia Henk John Menninges Freshmen 175 Tracey Herig Kirsten Hemdon Frank Hertling Christopher Hess Elizabeth Hewitt Delinda Higinbotham Stephen Holcomb Rebecca Holland Charles Holmes Allen Hood Steven Home Michael Hudson Michael Huiten Corey Humphreys Jack Hutchinson Michele Inman John Insetta Kathryn Isenhoff Bryan Jack Jeana Jack Kelly Jackson Christopher Jacobs Korey Jarrell David Jenkins Jeffrey Johnston Jodi Jones Theresa Kahler James Keith Barbara Kelly John Kemay 176 Freshmen Kwin Kemp Michael Kenny Tami King Michael KIrcher James Kirwin Keith Kleinmann Kristina Klomp Shawn Knott Mark Konnich Richard Kowarlch Stacey Kreul Allen Kreuscher Tricia Krinek Jesslyn Kruse Karen Kull Kari Kynard Minette LaCroix Michael Lantiere Terri Laprade Randy Larrison Judith Lavoie Rebecca Lawhon David Lea Kimberly Leach James Learish Yun Lew Deborah Lindemann Joseph Lonsway Steven Lose Calire Lovell Freshmen 177 Qreg Lundstrom Kara MacDonald Robert MacKay Molly Malloy Michael Maloney Michelle Malt Russell Mamorsky Krista Marino Angela Mariey Darcy Martin Philip Martina Angela Martinez Lawrence Masterson Shannon Mathis David Matson Eric McCrea David McDaniel William McDowell Jennifer McEachem Matthew McQiles Thomas McHenry Steven Mendez Chris Meredith Christine Merrill Eric Metzner John Meyer Molly Miles Susan Miller Christine Minieri Barbara Miraglia 178 Freshmen mki rk Mark Mitchell Patrick Mitchell Laurie Mizzi dathaniel Mokry Gilbert Moniz James Monroe John Moore Michael Moore Fretl Morgan Paul Morgan Stacey Morley David Morlock Monica Moye Anthony Muccino Christopher Murray Stephen Murray Kimberly Muse Michelle Musick Wendy Myers Kimberly Pleely Christopher Fieri Thomas Piewell Scott Piichols Maren Mielsen Melissa Miemczyk Clark riissen David Moetzel Jennifer norton Christian Movay Rhona hunez Freshmen 179 George Mutt Anne Marie Obeck Michael Occulto Tim O ' Donnell Brian O ' Driscoll Kelly Oeth Jonathan Offerman Gregory O Hara Gregory Osborne Wendy Ostojic Kristen Overstreet William Overstreet Andrew Fallen Lucinda Parsons Elisabeth Peoples Kimberly Perry Colleen Peterson Bobby Pineiro Pamela Pirkle Micholas Pollaro Charies Pons Shannon Poppell Lori Powell Michael Powell Laura Price Tracy Pryor Debra Pugh Tracy Handle Alexandra Raney Kari Rathbum 180 Freshmen 4 % I l.:l .A. ' Willi " ' Lara RatlifT Michael Rauza Bill Keilly Charles Kemick Peter Kcmie Timothy Kice Cassady Richard Thomas Richards Keith Riker Lisa Riley Teressa Ritter Keith Robiehaud Michael Rodrigues Dolly Roess Charles Roodman Bart Ross Leshonda Rowe Alice Rush Bryson Ryker Jason Sackett Caroline Sakran Stephanie Salemme Vicki Saltsman Charlene Sanford Ryan Savage Michelle Sawyer Barrett Schiuitz Julie Schmidt Shaun Schmidt Curtis Schult2 k M Freshmen 181 Sidney Scott nannette Seacrest Brian Sefcik Sandra Seltzer Monica Serentill John Seykora Julian Seymour Susan Sharp William Shermak Wade Shetler JTk John Shields Will Shillito Jason Shinn Marlaina Shirghio John Short Sandra Silva Kristi Simmons William Sirois Julie Six Trina Skinner Dawn Slater Amy Smiley David Smith Shannon Smith Sheri Smith William Smith Kyle Sorrell David Sossin Shari Sparkman Jennifer Spence 182 Freshmen Ian Springfield Michael Slandifer Kevin Stanek Mancy Steacy Olen Slegemann Jeffrey Stone Dean Stoyer William Straub Tiffany Strauch David Strong Lee Stuart Teri Stubbs Jennifer Stuve Stepfien Sullivan Jay Sumner Dianna Sunailitus JoEllen Swann Paul Taglieri Tami Tate Mancy Taylor ' iLW tf Pi nancy Tedder Kathryn Terry Katfileen Thomas Hazel Thomiley Christina Thurmo nd . . Tracy Tobeler Kinberly Tolley Qregg Tollini Da id Touchton James Towey Freshmen 183 Paige Trane Ronald Travis Leonard Tuccelli Stephen Urbanski Lori Valentik Carmen VanDerMoord Robyn VanEtten Georgette Varady Joseph Vastano Louis Viero David Voigt Qlen Walsh Phillip Walters James Wardlaw Kinberly Warren Jikdfk Elaine Wenner Michael Wentz Matthew Westbrock Alicia White Cynthia White Daniel White Wendy White David Whitlemore Laura Whitener Windy Wickman R ■-! mkJ William Wayt James Weekley Juliane Weight if Sally Welch 1 Lisa Wendling , Wi h ? - 184 Freshmen ' r. ' • B. Willard Angelea Williams Janet Williams Patricia Williamson Keter Williston David WingHeld Brock Witmyer Karen Wurst Dina Wyss Linda Yee Benjamin Yocom Freshmen 185 f :i - :-v ? ■4 " SKI TEAM Water Skiing at FSC may be con- sidered by many to be a club sport because it does not compete in the riCAA, but the skiers train and work just as hard as any athlete on cam- pus. Their training schedule, de- signed by professional skier and head coach Ken Janta, includes dai- ly ski practices for four hours, weight lifting and running. Going into the spring season, the team was ranked fourth in the state out of 11 competing teams. Leading the way for FSC were team captain Bill Cordes, John Bonder- man and Craig Mrkal. Sherry Craw- ford and Esther Tomcykoski led the women on the team. The entire sea- son consisted of four tournaments in the fall and four tournaments in the spring. Hoping for a national tourna- ment bid in the year to come, Cordes spoke optimistically of the 1987- ' 88 season. " This was a rebuilding year for the team, " he said. Mike Rowsa, Mark Kingam and a host of other skiers take off from the dock. ' %.. Bill Cordes creates a wall of water as he slaloms over Lake Mollingsworth. Her eyes are looking elsewhere, but Esther Tomcykowski s mind is on skiing. 188 Ski Team ' : JM TEAM MEMhKRS: Tom Murphy. Mike ShulU, Bill Cordes, Mike Rowsa, Liz Peoples, Sherry Crawford, F.sther Tomcykowski, John Bonderman, Mark Kingam, Craig Hrkal. Bill Cordes and Craig Hrkal take to the air. Straining through a turn, Craig Hrkal leaves a spray of water in his wake. Ski Team 189 Making a steal for the Mocs is John Buckley. 190 Men ' s Basketball Jerry Johnson looks for an open man. Men ' s A wealth of experience and young talent on the rise is what came together to form the 1987-88 rSC men ' s basketball team. Hours of hard work and practice is what has taken the Mocs to riCAA post-season play eight out of the last nine seasons, and once again, head coach George Scholz put his remedy for success up against his opponents from all three divisions. Ail-American candidates, senior point guard Jerry Johnson and junior center Kris Kearney, provided much of the punch in the Mocs attack, but they were strongly aided by returning senior Michael Bradley and many talented underclassmen. Johnson became FSC ' s first pre- season All-American candidate, as chosen in the September issue of Basketball Off the Glass magazine. During the 1987-88 season, the i 1987 Sunshine Conference State Champs hosted teams from a variety of states. Their opponents traveled from twelve different states which included Maine, Michigan, Illinois, riew York, and Mew Jersey. In the state of Florida, the Mocs did battle with Sunshine State I Conference opponents Saint Leo College, Eckerd College, Rollins College, the Florida Institute of Technology, and FSC ' s rival school the University of Tampa. The Moc schedule also included the December WLKF Classic which brought Division 1 teams north Carolina at Charlotte and Howard University to Lakeland. I l ' ' ?:!l. " JM |ULiL3iLjji]i uya l ar H LyuAu: ' ' -i ,- ' ! FROrtT ROW - Team manager Dennis McQinley, Jerry Johnson, Joe Dawson, John Buckle , Michael Bradley, Corey Dace, team manager Scott Coumoyer, SECOMD ROW - Assistant Coach Chuck Loewendick, Head Coach George Scholz, Assistant Coach Gordon Gibbons, Bill Buckles, Derek Flowers, Donolly Tyrell, Jason Shinn, Kris Keamey, Mike O Rourke, Van Mayes. Assistant Equipment Manager Bill Conners, Trainer Jeff OTIeil. Reaching backwards is Donolly Tyrell, for this rebound. Men s Basketball 191 Kris Kearney struggles for the ball. 192 Men ' s Basketball Men ' s Basketball 193 Ready to shoot, Stacey Kreul shows good form. In the face of her opponent, Kim Billeter looks for help. 194 Women ' s Basketball Lana Barber and Stacey Kreul fight for a rebound. Women ' s Basketball The Lady Moccasin basketball team that took the court during the 1987-88 season was filled with many new faces. But determination and success is becoming synonymous with rSC women ' s basketball, head Coach norm Benn, undefeated in the Sunshine State Conference, completed his third season at FSC. Joining him on the staff this season was a new assistant coach, Megan Henry from Eastern Kentucky University. Team captains, sophomore Kim Billeter and junior rianci Parks along with Angle Piorman, also a junior, led a team loaded with seven newcomers which included Stacey Kreul and Carolyn Harmon. The Lady Moccasins hope to improve on their 1987- 88 season next year. Because they did not graduate any players this season, the Lady Moc goal should be achieved. During their campaign this season the Lady Mocs hosted teams from as far away as Iowa, Fiew Hampshire, and Texas, and competed against their pe- rennial opponents in the Sunshine State Conference. Angle Marley approaches the basket with a lay-up for an easy two points. Lana Barber waits for a chance to go back up with a shot or pass the ball to a teammate. Women ' s Basketball 195 r ' ' ■ - First Row; Doug Brooks, Dam Stumpfl, Jim VanHart, Tom Brunswick, Bill Miller, Brock Witmyer. Sec- ond Row: Tony Haynes, Tommy Qately, Ed Lamando, Scott Snyder, Bobby Lefebre, Dino Ebel, John Hudek. Third Row: John Legg, James Hurst, Chris Allen, Brian Arnold, Wayne Tobey, Billy Kull, Jac Qelb, Gary Pipik. Fourth Row: Chris Leach, Fernando Arguelles, Jared Parrich, Jimmy Hitt, Mark Cha- sey, Joe Logan, Brian Osinski, Todd Crawley, Pat Morth. Brian Arnold on first against the Taiwan nationals. 196 Baseball Bobby Lefebre prepares to take a cut. BASEBALL A traditional powerhouse in the nation, the 1988 Moc baseball team was no exception with a strong and expe- rienced squad which included pre-season Ail-American candidates Fernando Arguelles. Dino Ebel, Billy Kull and All-American Olympic Chris Allen. Arugulles, Cbel and Kull were among seven other se- niors including pitching ace Eddy Lamando. Pitchers James Murst, Joe Logan, Bob Osinski and Jac Qelb were all underclassmen who would be more than enough to pick up the slack of the graduates. Polls had the Mocs ranked 1 in the nation going into the season as they strove to improve on the 1987 record of 44-12. It ' s a great feeling to be ranked 1, " said catcher Arguelles. Its a challenge to stay up there be- cause every team wants a shot at you. " Once again, the Mocs did battle across the nation and even got a taste of what baseball is like in other coun- tries as they took on the Taiwanese nationals last fall, but lost both games to the Olympic-bound team. As ev- ery year, the Mosc played one of Americas finest profes- sional baseball teams, the Detroit Tigers. They also par- ticipated in the ninth annual Moc-Alumni game. The Mocs won, 12-0. Ready and waiting for the pitch is Brian Arnold. Dino Ebel digs in for a play at second. Baseball 197 Ed Lamando sets his sights. Catcher femando Arguelles gets his point across. 198 Baseball Ball in hand, Billy Kull prepares to hit his relay man. Wayne Tobey whips his arm back to get a strong release. Chris Leach tries to beat the tag. Baseball 199 VOLLEYBALL As of the fall of 1987, volleyball has been played at Florida Southern for twelve years. Lois Webb has been head coach for the past eleven years. In those eleven years, the Lady Mocs have been in four AIAW national tournaments, four FiCAA national tournaments, and have been league champions four times. Since 1976, the team has also had three second team All-American players and one first team All-Ameri- can player. Leaving the Lady Mocs this year are seniors Christy Scott, Michelle Boculac, and Debbie Qoodwdn. Jun- iors playing the court this fall were Lisa Frisbie, Irish Qadberry, and Vir- ginia Huck. They should provide a solid base that the Lady Mocs need to continue their winning tradition next year. SEATED- Jana Schaller, Lisa Frisbie, Christy Scott, Debbie Qoodwin, Virginia Huck, Michelle Eads, Karen Kull STAMDIMQ-Head Coach Lois Webb, Michelle Boculac, Angel Williams, Trish Qadberry, Assistant Coach Lorri Marvel, Vicki Saltsman, Tanya Vamey, Carolyn Duddy, Athletic Trainer Eliza- beth Ide Virginia Huck takes Tanya Vamey ' s set to the net. Jana Schaller and Christy Scott block their opponents attempt. 200 Volleyball Practice means perfect sets for Michelle Eads. Volleyball 201 CROSS COUNTRY Pushing their bodies to the limit and beyond is the daily job of the cross country team. This is the attitude that breeds winners and winning times. In this sport of head-to-head competi- tion, the desire to win shines through more clearly than in some other sports. Head Coach Ed Plowman was se- lected as the Sunshine State Confer- ence Coach of the Year this fall. It came as he celebrated his 10th anni- versary as coach of the Runnin ' Mocs. Seniors Scott Rouse, first FSC men ' s runner to win the Sunshine State Con- ference meet, and Joe Tiseo , ran their last meets for FSC this fall while the women ' s team did not graduate any- one. In turn they gained a lot of experi- ence from all the underclassmen run- ners, such as Michelle Musick , who will join men ' s runner Don Qillich and Coach Plowman in running the Boston Peace Marathon. FLORIDA OOTHERNI FROMT ROW- Michelle Musick, Molijane Wahl, Robin Jack BACK ROW - Coach Plowman, Paige Demp sey, Jennifer Bamholth, Corrina Ryschka Molijane Wahl pushes onward. 202 Cross Country e ■ ' ?■■ 0 ■ ' - Don Oillich and Koy Simmcn converse after a race. Cross Country 203 Tim Moore takes the game into liis own hands. Alan Black stnjggles to get control from a University of Tampa foe. The Florida Southern Strikin ' " Mocs celebrated 30 years in exis- tance this fall. Started in 1957, the Mocs have come a long way since the end of that first season when they finished 1-3 with two ties. Since then the Mocs have had three All- Sunshine State Conference players, 29 All-Florida Intercollegiate Confer- ence players, three All-South players, 12 All-State players and four All-American players. The team also has three Florida Intercollegiate Conference titles and finished fourth in nCAA Southern Regionals in 1971. The Mocs say good-bye to sen- iors Paul Findling, team captain, and Fred Hammond this year. However, Tim Moore, Tony Schriffert and Keith Spresser should be around next year to provide leadership and drive. Sam Snow returned for his seventh season this year as head coach. Jimmy Weekley makes a diving attempt to steal the ball from his opponent. 204 Soccer Fred Hammond questions a call FROHT ROW- Robert Pursell, Jay Sumner, Keith Spresser, Tim Moore, Fred Mammond, Paul Findling, Tony Schriffert, Chris Heri BACK ROW- Coach Sam Snow, Richard Kowarick, Scott James, Jason Cross, Steve Lose, Alan Black, Barret SchiwiLz, Bobby Pineiro, Jimmy Weekley, Shane Massett , Train- er Jeff OMeil. Jimmy Weekley fights for the ball. Soccer 205 TENPilS The Lady Moc tennis team hosted some of the state ' s finest tennis players as they set their sights on the top of the Sunshine State Conference. The team had four new players including two fresh- men, one transfer student and an exchange student from England, second seeded Sophia Henk. The sole senior was top seeded Kim Rogers. She and sophomore Jill Rickey combined to form the team ' s top doubles pair. Mead Coach Ed Jeffries led a young team into the 1988 season. Competition included teams in the Sun- shine State Conference and a few teams from outside the conference. The Lady Mocs, ranked eleventh in the nation going into the season, graduated only one player this year. This was definitely an encouraging thought for a bright and successfijl future. Giving her all, Jill Rickey practices her return. Sophia Menk, Hazel Thomely, Mancy Tobor. Coach Ed Jeffries, Jill Rickey, Kim Rogers, Julie Esper, Ann Conner. nancy Tobar anxiously awaits a return. 206 Tennis Julie Esper prepares to serve another winner. Kim Rogers shows that concentration is a big part of her game. Tennis 207 Don Staknewitz, at home on the mound. SOFTBALL The Laky Moc Softball team came off an impressive 1987 campaign and swung into the 1988 season with six new starting fielders. The Mocs ended the 1987 season ranked second in the nation behind Cal-State riorthridge and graduated six starters. Fortunately, the Noes retained senior pitch- er Dori Stankewitz, a recipient of the GTE Academic AU- American Award. She once again proved to be a strong asset to the team. " It was definitely a rebuilding season, but the talented girls that filled in the holes will make the team strong again next year, " said Stankewitz. Besides Stankewitz, the Laky Mocs also had Rhonda Kaiser at second base and Katrina McCormick at first base. The team played host to a variety of Division I and II teams from around the state and the nation. Head Coach Chris Bellotto ' s girls played teams from as far away as Connecticut, Mew York and lUinios in 1988 as they strove for success and another trip to the champi- onship games. Katrina McCormick focuses her attention on the ball. 208 Sofball Sitting: Debby Rawn, Renee Campbell, Jill Lewis, Linda Southard, Robin Allen. Second Row: Katrina McCormick, Jana Schallcr, Mindi Ritch, JacKie Tolmer, Patsy Sugo, Diane Wiedemann, Dori Stankew- itz, Traccy Ringstaff. Third Kow: Head Coach Chris Rcllotto Rhonda Kaiser, Karen Kull, Assistant Lorri Marvel, Marie Mouillexxeaux, Deborah Lindcdi.inn Assistant Melannie Grimes. Rhonda Kaiser releases her pitch. Katrina McCormick guns the b all o er to second. Softball 209 Front Row: Ralph Howe, Steve Woda, Todd Mudge, John Secunda, Scott Hawkins, Darren Stanek, Kevin Hester, Dave McMillan, Al Kuhn. Back Row: Head Coach Charley Matlock, Eric Paquet, Joe Dev- ice, Shannon McWilliams, Tim Ling, Steve Harrop, Tommy Richards. Showing superb concentration and form is Scott Hawkins. 210 Golf Todd Mudge is a Moc All-State golfer. Kevin Hester tees off an another great shot. GOLF If ever a team was loaded with talent, it was the 1988 Moc golf team. After completing a subpar season last year, the team fought to regain their high position in Di- vision II. With the talent on the team, the rise back to the top was only a matter of time. In 1987 the Mocs took the Florida Intercollegiate Toumament with All-State golfers Todd Mudge and Dave McMillan, both sophomores. The team was also made up of first, second and third string All-Americans Ralph Howe, Kevin Hester and Scott Hawkins, respec- tively. Senior Darren Stanek rounded out the team that finished second in the state in 1987. This was also the team that Head Coach Charley Matlock relied on ina 1988 to dominate collegiate links play. ■ " We ' re as good as we want to be, " said Matlock. Any team can beat the other on a given day. It depends on who has the will. " florida Intercollegiate winners: Todd Mudge, Dave McMillan, Kevin Hester, Scott Hawkins, Ralph Howe, Darren Stanek. Golf 211 rSCs Doc Moc. Doc Moc is a favorite of the fans. rrontRow: Shelly Holloway, nancy Hilton, Regiiic Labrousse, Shaannon Smith, Tracey Merlg. Second Row: Kathy Terry, Shannon White, Annemarie Obeck, Peggy hollis, Lori Valentik. CHEERLEADIMQ not often the center of attention yet standing in front of hundreds of Moc fans, the FSC Cheerleaders rally fans to bring life to the phrase " home court advantage. " Junior co-captains Shannon White and Peggy Hollis led with their experience a very young and new squad. Executing a variety of cheer- ing routines, the girls were aided by mascot Doc Moc for a less-than-seri- ous side of cheering. The squad in- cluded sophomores Shelly Hollo- way and riancy Hilton and freshmen Kathy Terry, Annemarie Obeck, Lorie Valentik, Ragine Labrousse, Shanon Smith and Tracey Herig. The girls were helped with their routines by former cheerleader Donna Rid- dle. The girls worked very hard and learned their routines really well. This year has been exciting, " said White. 212 Cheerleaders The cheerleaders welcome the Moc Basketball team onto the court. Donna Riddle helps train the squad. A cheerleaders sur ' ival kit. Working out with the squad, Donna Riddle shows how flexible a cheerleader can be. Cheerleading 213 ■m jB 35g?sa«» ' - ■ ' y :--.: % 5f« y . - :. ' « ' - . ' $ ' yf ' C j bsM %w 8 V m n lEffil l ™ ' ' " " ■Bl ' f l H |BhL | K, || 3 R H K r, U - i ' l ly Fix-- 1 4j f _J m ' V V V ' ' . E 9 4 i ' Q nll p Sl j[ | P % ) Jj PI ■ yL 7 . . k Kill rr ff- 5 4, 1 ic 1 v a ' 1 : Jm ■1 ka 1 4 215 KAPPA ALPHA Marty Murphy Steve Ovhip Joseph Pfortfln Mike Miller Bill Pope Mall SnuUi n al Biclz Sroll IHlnook 216 Greeks rounded at Washington and Lee University in 1865, Kappa Alpha Order formed its Qamma Pi chapter at Florida Southern in 1958. Kappa Alpha works each year to raise money for their national philanthropy, the Muscular Dystro- phy Association. The colors of Kappa Alpha are crimson and gold. Kappa Alpha is . . . Carumph . . . Meat . . . Digger . . . Plasty . . . Root . . . Bar- ney . . . Golden Child . . . Mark Tilman . . . Meat 11 . . . K . . . Social . . . Barney Bash 3 . . . Rootvision . . . Bobo . . . Mario . . . Wiffle Ball . . . Blow-Out . . . show me your . . . UMOE . . . gettin cocky . . . Dazey . . . Apples . . . Big Daddy . . . Joe D . . . Mom Bievins . . . Lisa R. our Rose . . . Head . . . Live Oak . . . sofa fires . . . roof droppings ... to- getherness . . . paradise by the dash- board . . . Stand by Me. Greeks 217 LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Lambda Chi Alpha is . . . Mom Walker . . . " Dirty Dozen " . . . brotherhood . . . Miss Greek - Patti . . . Grand tligh Alpha . . . Mcintosh Award . . . Sweetheart - Denise . . . volleyball and football CHAMPIONS . little sisters . . . . . l.C.U great alumni . and Crescent . 50th Anniversary . . . Awesome " Post Masters " . . . Tug of War House Party . . . friendship . . . . associate members . . . Cross . . Memphis State . . . " That ' s Bush " . . . Dark Side . . . Theta Sigs . . . Chewy . . . Mole Hole ... the Pit .. . " Jef-frey " . . . " The Neighborhood " . . . Quebert . . . Brothers - Webb, Pamell and Vamum . . . Leesbu rg Camp . . . Deli . . . The Beast . . . Orange Peal . . . B-Ball . . . Hey, Hey, Hey! Lambclj Chi Alplij vvjs (outulcd Jl liostoii Collccjc on riovcmbcr l, 1909. The Kpsilon Xi chapter was installed at rioricia Southern in April o( 1938. F.ach year the fraternity hosts the Miss Greek Pageant to raise money for their na- tional philanthropy, the American Cancer Society. Greeks 219 The Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity was founded on March 1, 1868 at the University of Virginia. The Delta Delta chapter at Florida Southern was originally founded in 1946. The Pikes strive to maintain high standards of lasting brother- hood, good times and the great tradition of Pi Kappa Phi. 220 Greeks PI KAPPA ALPHA Mjrk nolwrKh Kyle toMc KUk Muesch(«( " John ncwbokj ' Dtin StuiTipfl Joe l.clllicdil Korl KcLVLi Mlhc Olil « ' i I Rob liallcy ScoU Marilhoi tarry f lijrill Kevin Me(|.iii Splwy I ( iillnij Pi Kappa Apiha is . . . 1 . . . Garnet and Gold . . . Phi Phi Kappa Alpha . . . Fire Truck . . . Dreamgirl Kathy . . . Lil Sisters . . . golf tourney . . . Paragon . . . Chokes . . . Captain Abuse . . . Buffet . . . Hippies . . . Spiff . . . Stoner . . . Canes . . . Bagwood . . . rierf Golf . . . Captain Conservative . . . Andy Aca- demics . . . Dude . . . Turn Pike ... So What Are You Trying To Say? . . . Rush . . . Cornicopia . . . Let the good times roll . . . Rechartered, So THERE! Pi Kappa Phi is ... the only fraternity on campus . . . Greek Week Champs ... I can ' t wait till Tuesday . . . Have You Mazed Your Pledges Today? . . . bing bangers in rm. 16 . . . good chew and good brew . . . Skoal Brother . . . Horace Lives . . . The Attic . . . split, ready, bake . . . snooker hop de nicker bocker . . . We Can Be Moved, But We Can ' t Be Pushed . . . Copenhagen sa- tisfies . . . Bake and be free . . . Houses May Change, But Traditions Will Live the rest, we ' re the best . . . Brotherhood, unity, nothing like it anywhere else! The Best Beta chapter of Pi Kappa Phi was established at Florida Southern in 1948 with the national chapter being founded on December 10, 1904. The colors of Pi Kappa Phi are gold, blue and white. The totem pole was moved to the new house this year and it continues to stand as a represen- tative of the fraternity to the rest of the campus. 222 Greeks PI KAPPA PHI Greeks 223 SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON On May 8, 1956 at the University of Alabama, Sigma Al- pha Epsilon was nationally founded. Florida Gamma chap- ter was established at Florida Southern in 1949. The lion represents the chapter ' s dedication to vitality as well as the virture of being a true gentleman and embracing eternal friendship. KSI § 1 I y AJ r 224 Greeks SAE is . . . riaschs Bulls . . . Slammin at Sunrise . . . lota Beta . . . lil sisters . . . peak-a-boo-crew . . . Leo ... Pi Gamma . . . Moff-A-Mania . . . L.B. and Big . . . Heman Women . . . Haters Club . . . " Gotta a Big Ollle ' Woodie . . . Al pha Gamma . . . Sweetheart Beth . . Hey Mike, Look out for that ! " . . Crash!! . . . " Where ' s the snake? " . . Col Danos . . . " There ' s a party in my pants and you ' re invited. " . . . Epsilon Beta . . . Bing Bang Theory . . . Canoe Brew Barge . . . Sigma Beta sides crew . . . F.T . . . Swiriy Tangents . . . drunken maul Gras . . . Stoney s shower in the woods . . . Sigma Gamma . . . The true gentle- man . . . Brotherhood. south- nsulin IMardi .. ..m iir i W f ,j " Greeks 225 i The national organization of Sigma Chi was established in 1855 with the Epsilon Sigma Chapter of Florida Southern being founded in 1959. Each year the Sigma Chi ' s sponsor Derby Week to raise money for the philanthropy, the Adam Walsh Fund. The white cross is a symbol of Sigma Chi which stands for the high privilege and eternal friendships that its members share. Sigma Chi is . . . The White Cross . . . Adam Walsh Fund . . . Derby . . . Wheelhouse ... All Sports 86-87 . . . room dogs . . . little sisters . . . Mons Venus . . . riocturnal Sigs . . . after hours . . . Ball and chain . . . Jill . . . Sweethearts . . . Norman Shield . . . weekend . . . Scooter . . . Belizeman . . . Stifiy . . . Tack . . . Toast ... Big Quit . . . Bone . . . Bat . . . Paradise . . . Slugo . . . sleeze . . . 4x . . . Schultzie ... Pi- ranha ... an ideal . . . True Brother- hood and a Way of Life. 226 Greeks SIGMA CHI 11 Greeks 227 SIGMA PHI EPSILOn 228 Greeks On November 1, 1901, Sigma Phi Epsiion was established at Richmond College. The riorida Delta chapter was begun at Florida Southern in May of 1949. The Sig Kp philanthropy is the American Heart Association. The fra- ternity was founded on the principles of diligence, virture and brotherly love and strives to maintain high standards of those ideals. Sig Ep is . . . Brotherhood . . . Roscoe . . . Moner . . . Scodog . . . Spinal cord . . . Chetrock . . . Ship . . . horse . . . Bif . . . Toaster . . . Billy . . . One-Hand . . . ATL . . . LPiC . . Tite Ten . . . pyros . . . pre-game . . . 4th floor showers . . . Polynesian . . alumni . . . Sig Ep Sam . . . Virtue . . . Diligence . . . and b roth- eriy love. Greeks 229 Theta Chi is . . . Theta Chi Rocks . . . Manhole . . . Motor . . . Yogi . . . Rasti Club . . . The Wall . . . heaven . . . safety . . . The Koner . . . stud club ... RIP Club . . . late night battles . . . alumni . . . The Wrecking Crew. . . Presidential . . . drag it . . . Sweeeet . . . Run Along Skippies . . . D.J.L. Club . . . Theta Chi Pride . . . Mistique . . . Unity . . . Pledge- ship and Brotherhood. Theta Chi began in April of 1856 at norwich University in northfield, Vermont. The Gamma Delta chapter of Theta Chi at Florida Southern was established on May 4, 1946. The fraternity colors are red and white with the fraternity striving to make its goal to have unity and respect for each other. 230 Greeks THETA CHI I THi ALPHA CHI OMEGA Beth SwartzmiMer Nelinda Kempff Karen Delaney Kim Rogers Michelle McMullen Elizabeth CooKsey Darcy MacKinnon Lynnie Rogers Carolyn McHuglj, Randi Burnett Jennifer Mar ' Colleen Joh Karen McCu Diane Moore Karen Jones Sherri Riccio Jean c on Debby Milgate nicole Morin Laura riewell Peggy Yule Cassady Townsend Kimberly Allen Suzie Brietz Kim Gates Barbara Hires ' jTaiK_) Hilton oway icr line Hagu 1 i luti Muiining h. libje Mussci Paittc Tiane Dc£ pi:ah U.iiih Chapter Sweetheart Brian Masson. 232 Greeks In 1985, Alpha Chi Omecja celebrated 100 years of ex is- tance since its beciinninc; at DeKauw University in October of 1885. The Beta Omicron chapter of Alpha Chi Omega at Florida Southern was installed on riovember 13, 1936. Al- pha Chi s symbol is the lyre, the red carnation is their flower and olive green and scarlet are the colors. The motto of Al- pha Chi is " Together Let Us Seek The Heights. " Alpha Chi is . . . sisterhood . . . red car- nations . . . It ' s Our Time " . . . sere- nades . . . sweetheart Brian . . . Yo Spit . . . Girls Just Wanna Have Fun . . . best friends . . . rail sings . . . Derby Queen . . . spirit award . . . Awesome " Chi Guys Galore ' . . . non-stop fun . . . Christmas all year round . . . line dancing . . . goobering . . . waddling . . . Mom McCarly . . . carnation ball . . . the bold and the beautiful . . . long whites . . . Christmas Cozy . . . the hiil . . . yogurt . . . Yes Maam " . . . ' Pookie " . . . Chi Guy of the Week . . . persistant Pat . . . nurturing caf babies . . . Pooch . . . CM . . . Shoe polishing car windows . . . luscious . . . peace " . . . The Breakfast Club . . , ooo-aah . . . funnest girls in America . . . The very best sorority. Greeks 233 ALPHA DELTA PI Vanessa Anderson Alex Bailey Kelly Barnes Beth Brown Paige Dempsey Mary Dzubin Tracey Hacking Kristie Hardbow Julie Mart Shannon M Patricia Meal Brittany Mon Leigh Anne Mindy Joh Sydney Jol Katie hewsome Carta PapendicK Beth Petlerson Bonnie Porter Amy Prough Alyson Pyle Cheryl Ranson India Sheppard Stacey Silvis tandifer Alpha Delta Pi is . . . PATA . . . Lions and Violets . . . E.P.s . . . ETA BETA! . . . Big Brothers . . . Sweetheart Joe . . . The Box Club . . . PACAS ... Phi Mu Alpha, Sigma Chi and Sigma Alpha Ep- silon Sweethearts . . . Theta Chi and Kappa Alpha Pledge Class Sweet- hearts . . . lobby rats . . . Didley-Doo . . . MISS GREEK (4 years in a row!) J. Bums . . . roommates . . . " You ate it! " . . . Mack ... Big Sisters . . . FIRST AI D FII EST . . . Velvet Jones . . . Diamond Decisions . . . sisterhood . . . love and friendship . . . food . . . candlelights . . . formals . . . long distance calls . . . Bonk! . . . Stewin ' . . . LA . . . Stewf . . . Andrea . . . Wane . . . We Live For Each Other . . . Alpha Delta Pi. 234 Greeks Alpha Delta Pi is the oldest sorori- ty in the college fraternal system with its founding date of May 15, 1851 at Weslyan Female College. The Qamma Qamma chapter of Alpha Delta Pi at Florida Southern was founded on April 27, 1946. The colors of the sorority are azure blue and white. Its symbol is the lion and its flower is the violet. Alpha Delta Pi ' s motto is We live for each other. " Greeks 235 ALPHA OMICRON PI Barnard College was the founding place of Alpha Om- icron Pi on January 2, 1897. The Kappa Gamma chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi was installed at Florida Southern on May 5, 1946. The mascot of the sorority is the Panda Bear, the flower is the Jacqueminot Rose and their color is cardinal red. 236 Greeks Alpha Omicron Pi . . . Fubar . . . Unity . . . Roses and Thorns . . . Key of fun . . . Muckie . . . Krugmonster . . . Twis- ted . . . walkie . . . Jeannine . . . Pitre . . .Qerschpecker . . . Chelsey . . . Strapper . . . Shackie . . . Val . , . Lori . . . Kris . . . Janine . . . Mel(roid) ... Liz . . . Whoopie! . . . Seniors . . . Larry and Mike . . . Days " crew . . . sheaf talks . . . garden parties . . . talking cows . . . do you want to buy a duck? ... J. Burns . . . Does it rotate? . . . sweethearts . . . sisters by chance, friends by choice . . . sisterhood . . . Rosie . . . charm . . . 1 never . . . ritual . . . slumfest . . . Rose- week . . . pledges . . . Pandas . . . KROP . . . pictionary . . . road trips . . . Derby Champs . . . Greek Week Champs . . . grubs . . . Top Gun . . . T.A.S . . . Were Baad! . . . Saaaweet . . . Bubba . . . Don and Pat . . . Mark . . . Brian . . . Respect! Greeks 237 The Gamma Epsilon chapter of Kappa Delta was chart- ered on February 5, 1955 and has grown stronger with every passing year. Kappa Delta Sorority was founded in 1897 at Longwood College, Farmville, Virginia by four insightful young women. The colors of the sorority are olive green and pearl white, the flower is the white rose and the mascot is the Katydid. This past summer. Gamma Epsilon was hon- ored at Kappa Delta ' s national convention in new Orleans when it received a member of awards including " continuing excellence in pledge education " and the " merit award. " The open motto of Kappa Delta is, " Let us strive for that which is honorable, beautiful and the highest. " Kappa Delta is . . . A.O.T . . . sisters . . . The Voice . . . Yo Babe . . . Dirty Danc- ing . . . I ' m a senior and you ' re not . . . splash . . . Buckwheat say " Montay " . . . Cosby night . . . Party Dogs . . . De- mon Roommates . . . Six J.A. ' s . . . Somebody answer the phone! . . . sweetheart John . . . Candlelights . . . wisson . . . Dink . . . White Roses . . . Ditto . . . Dagger of Delight . . . The word of the day is ... Awesome Pledges . . . You gotta love it! . . . Go KD sez my heart . . . Maybe you should try macreme . . . Viva la i erds . . . Yuck, Yuck, Yuck You ' re crackin me up . . . After hours . . . Rail talks . . . Kappa Delta is the best! ■ " % f ' 4 1 238 Greeks KAPPA DELTA Chcr l Cuslcr Judy Dunn Chcr l Kctn Monicd Mdidy Ojil Mktdlcti Jcsska Kettis Sicphjnic Lhdrk-c Leslie MdtM-r Morsman Greeks 239 PHI MU ' Chapter Sweetheart Don Brittenham. 240 Greeks Phi Mu is the fifth largest national sorority and was foundccl at Weslyan College in 1853. The Alpha Tau chapter of Phi Mu at Florida Southern was founded in 1954. Their flower is the rose carnation and their colors are rose and white. Phi Mu ' s symbol is the lion, their jewel is the pearl and their motto is " The Faithful Sisters. " c; Phi t u is . . . Dare to be different . . . Baby Don . . . Lions . . . Castles . . . Rose Carnations . . . Big Brothers . . . Sweethearts . . . The faithful sisters . . . Sisterhood . . . seniors . . . Phis . . . friends . . . paw prints . . . fun company . . . Stetson . . . friends are friends for- ever . . . Mom Qupton . . . sisters with a love that ' s true in the Band of Phi Mu . . . meet them and greet them, love them and leave them.ooo break them in right . . . Cosby night . . . Brownies and Popcorn . . . New Carpet . . . Movies . . . Chili ' s . . . 5.4.3.2 . . . with a P . . . toilet paper . . . water balloon fights . . . the squirrel . . . men, men and more men. Greeks 241 The Delta Beta chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha was establish- ed at Florida Southern in 1957 with its national organization being founded at Longwood College on October 15, 1898. The flower of Zeta Tau Alpha is the white violet; their colors are steel gray and turquoise blue. The motto of Zeta Tau Alpha is " Seek the Pioblest. " Zeta is . . . CO-JO-EM . . . K.R.O.P . . . Go Zeta Softball ... Go Zeta Soccer . . . Awesome . . . 99th link . . . big brothers . . . Roundup Fun . . . Kissing Game . . . Friends are friends forever when sisterhood is the bond . . . Zeta Love . . . Zeta is hot . . . Zeta Sweet- heart neal . . . Spuds S.Q . . . today and forever . . . Special Olympics . . . Jax- Dax . . . Thursdays . . . Hooters . . . Zims . . . Howie Bread . . . Subway bound ... Pi Kappa Alpha partners . . . all-nighters . . . roommates . . . Get Off . . . Love a KA . . . Seniors . . . Toast ' s . . . Finder-head . . . Reeder- face . . . Chip . . . Joci . . . Reg . . . Mar- cella . . . Nat . . . Stork . . . Lizard ... J Bums . . . What Library? . . . Freeze-Po- lice! . . . ARC . . . Road Block . . . Pledge Class Sweetheart Marty . . . Days of Our Lives - The Only Soap! 242 Greeks ZETA TAU ALPHA Greeks 243 the tl veler of LAKELAND, INC. 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Chris 196 Allen, Kimberly 145, 232 Allen, Robin 145, 209 Allen, Todd 145 Allison, Matt 130 Alvarez, Brenda 145 Ames, Andrew 157, 227 Ammons, Kelly 145 Ancaya, Francisco 170 Ancaya, Teresa 170 Anderson, Ed 130 Anderson, Hans 145 Anderson, Kristi 170 Anderson, Vanessa 68, 157, 234 Angelino, Joseph 53, 130 Angus, Sonya 170 Ansotegui, Marlene 101, 130 Anthony, Jeftery 157, 219 Anthony, Todd 170 Aordkian, Alesa 130 Apugliese, Louis 170 Arguelles, Fernando 130, 196, 198 Arms, Melinda 145 Arnold, Bryan 130, 196, 197 Artes, Gonzalo 94, 170 Arthur, Megan 34, 145, 232 Ashton, Melissa 170 Ashworth, Robin 170 Atkins, Samuel 170 Atsalis, Nikolas 170 Aughey, Sue 56 Augspurger, Lisa 130 Averill, JoAnn 114, 171 Avery, John 157 B Bailey, Alexandria 130, 234 Bailey. Robert 157. 221 Boillairge, Devin 40, 44, 145, 219 Baker, Cara 171 Balderson, Megan 41, 106, 157, 239 Baldinger, Christine 157, 239 Baldw in, Sheree 157 Ball. Stephani 145, 232 Ballard, James 130 Ballard, Lisa 119, 120, 145 Banks, Pheobe 51, 157 Barber, Debbie 94 Barber, Lana 157, 194, 195, 243 Barclay, William 171 Barcomb, John 171 Barnard, Stephanie 171 Barnes, Christina 61, 171 Barnes. David 171 Barnes. Kelly 65, 145, 234 Barnes, Sheryl 157 Barnett. David 158 Barnholth, Jennifer 171 202 Barnitz, Kevin 158 Barnitz. Owen 130 Barrand. Len 145 Bartlett, Leigh Ann 146. 236 Barton. Natalie 146 Bassett. Sue 171 Batory, James 56, 130, 146, 227 Battle. Tamara 108, 171 Bauder. Kelly 158, 236 Baumes, Ross 158 Bayard. Christine 60, 146 Beahm. Holly 130, 240 Beall. Thomas 130 Beck. Wesley 130 Bedoya, Raul 130 Begue ' , Gabriel 171 Belcher, Keith 98, 171 Bened, Thomas 108, 171 Bennet, Michael 158, 221 Bennett, John 130, 219 Bennett, Lori 130, 240 Bennett, Pamela 171 Benton, Kenneth 171 Bergquist, William 146. 219 Berry, Eleanor 21, 26, 108, 109, 130, 240 Besche, Mickelle 243 Bessell, Jim 158 Bestervelt, Terri 130, 239 Beswick, Bryan 94, 158, 221 Biasella, Joseph 171, 219 Bigony, Alan 146 Bilbrough, Amy 130 Billeter. Kimberly 158, 194, 195 Birch, Thomas 171 Black, Alan 171, 204, 205 Black, Christopher 130 Black, Chuck 216 Black, Jarrett 171 Blackburn, Kenneth 146 Blacklidge, Libby 56, 131 Blackwood, Paul 231 Blake, Joel 227 Blanchard, Theresa 158 Blanton, Bradley 171 Bloomer, Kelly 103, 158, 239 Blum, Jill 93, 131 BIy, Robert 131 Boculac, Michelle 131, 200, 201, 240 Boggess, Calvin C. 94, 146 Bohlander, Debra 56, 146, 243 Bonderman, John 171, 189 Bonham. Aaron 171 Boone. Robert 108, 171 Booth. Christine 171 Booth, Elaine 108 Booth, Hilary 146, 232 Borsdam. Joseph 108, 109, 111, 146 Borzomato, Nancy 50, 108, 110, 170. 171 Boshart. Susan 171 Boskus. Stephen 158 Bottalico. Ricky 171 Bowen. David 171 Bowen, Russell 171 Bower. Thomas 119, 120, 158 Bowman, Byron 94 Bowman, John 131, 227 Boyd, Edie 1 1 1 Boyer, Lynn 146 Bradbury, Lori 131, 236 Bradley. Michael 191 Brannon, Michael 131 Bratter. Brian 131, 223 Bravetti. Maria 146 Brazelton. Tana 25, 103, 146 Brenville, Stacey 243 Bretz. Neal 93, 146, 216 Brewer, Valerie 131 Brian, Michael 158 Brietz, Suzanne 158, 232 Bright, Hope 109, 111, 146 Brittenham. Don 50. 108. 111, 145, 146, 240 Brifton, James 171 Brogden. Howard 172 Brooks. Douglas 158, 196 Broughton, Wayne 158, 228 Brown. Beth 56, 117, 234 Brown, Cathy Wood Lin 232 Brown. Chatelah 172, 194 Brown, Craig 56, 131, 219 Brown, Elizabeth 56, 117, 131, 234 Brown, Jennifer 103, 131 Brown, Kristie 51, 172 Brown, Linda 41, 158 Brown, Milinda 172 Brunson, Grant 172 Brunswick, Tom 196 Bryan, Helen 131 Bryant, Alicia 172 Bua, Leigh Ann 93, 146, 243 Buckley, Bill 146, 191, 193 Buckley, John 146, 190, 191 Buckley, Thomas 172 Buckner. Mark 172 Bunch. Alan 131 Burbank. Kristen 172 Burford. Kim 172 Burke. Stephen 131 Burner. Tanya 25, 26, 68, 131. 239 Burnette. Randi 21. 24. 25, 26, 103, 105, 131, 232 Busey, Karen 126, 131 Bush. David 115, 172 Buzzanca, Frank 146, 224 Bynum, Kevin 94, 95, 146 c Cade, Raeanne 172 Cahill, Elizabeth 146. 236 Cain. John 158, 219 Call, Carie 98, 101, 131 Calloway, DeAnna 172 Campana. Chris 131, 228 Campbell, James 146 Campbell, Renee 209 Campbell, Robert 131 Campbell, Susan 172 Campo. Mark 172 Cannon. John 131, 219 Garden, Judith 172 Cardwell. Angela 158, 236 Carlisle, Michelle 103, 119, 158 Carlson, Candae 172 Carney, JoAnne 146 Caron, Richard 146 Carpenter. Ben 131 Carpenter. Cristine 172 Correra. Paige 131 Carrier. Matthew 228 Carrion, Maritza 131, 239 Carroll, Vicki 172 Carton, Colleen 236 Carton, Joanne 158 Casacci, Mark 172 Casey, Ann 172 Cash, Christian 172 Cassells, Melodie 120, 158, 243 Catalano, Margaret 172 Gates, Kimberly 158, 232 Gates, P. Dawn 158 Cerrato, Christine 99, 158 Gerrato, Edward 108. 132 Ghadwell. Deborah 132 Chatfee. Stephanie 53. 126. 146, 239 Chappell, Dwight 158, 216 Chasey, Mark 146, 196 Chiavuzzi, Michael 146 Chilton, John 172 Ghipley, Sandra 63, 132, 243 Ghrien, Andrea 126, 158 Christ. Mary 60 Christensen. Gandice 132 Cicanese, John 146 Citarelli. Larry 63, 158, 221 Cladianos, Tonya 172 Clag ue, Sarah 172 Clair, Basil 147, 223 Clanton, Andrew 50, 157, 158 Clark. Douglas 100, 108, 132 Clark, Pamela 34, 132 Cleaver, Andrew 108, 110, 111, 132 Clements, Kelli 158 Clifton, Perrin 172 Gloyd, Suzanne 159 Coan, Christin 172 Cochnour. Clark 172 Cochran. Sheila 147 Coftman. Chuck 108, 172 Coftman, Douglas 132, 221 Coghill. Shelley 132, 236 Cohen, Cheryl 50, 72, 145, 147, 232 Golabelli, John 223 Cole, Tracy 147 Golle, Kyle 45, 147, 221 Collins, Lucy 132 Colon. Maria 173 Conley. Shauna 100, 147, 239 Conner, Ann 100, 159, 206 Conner, Martin 147. 219 Conner, Stephanie 21, 25, 26, 45, 68, 132, 239 Connolly, Jim 159 Connors, Rhonda 159 Conrad, Heidi 132 Conte, Carlo 21, 51, 61, 93. 147 Cook. Cheryl 173 Cook. Kathryn 173 Cooksey. Elizabeth 132, 232 Cooksey. Thomas 173 Coonrad. Lisa 159, 243 Copeland, Walter 159, 227 Coppola, Richard 147 Corbin. Micah 159, 239 Cordes. William 132, 188, 189 Corell, Karyn 173 Cornelius, Cheryl 119, 120, 121 Common, Sheri 173, 234 Corr, Jean 147, 232 Corral. Vicki 173 Correll, Karyn 51 Cosgrove. April 159 Costello. Joseph 126, 147 Cournoyer, Scott 159, 191 Courtoy, Melanie 112, 132. 236 Cox. Judye 159 Crabtree, James 173 Cratzer. Chris 173 Crawford. Deborah 93. 1 19, 120, 121, 132 Crawford. Sherry 159, 189 Crawford, Tracy 50, 111, 173 Crawley, Todd 94, 147. 196 Cresse. Linda 111, 147 Cretella III, Joseph 147, 231 Crist, Allison 173 Crocker. William 93, 132, 224 Crook, Michelle 108, 109. 147, 240 Crosby. Brian 112, 115, 159 Crosby, Cynthia 159, 239 Cross, Jason 173, 205 Crossman, Sarah 173 Crouch, Michael 159, 224 Crum, David 94. 132 Crump. Steven 40, 50. 94. 132, 216 Culmer, Chris 132 Cunningham, Greg 69. 159 Cunningham. Lisa 100, 101, 147 Cuppett, Paul 108, 120, 147 Curry, Douglas 132 Custer, Cheryl 132, 239 Gyphert, Jill 159, 236 248 D D ' Andrea. Elizabeth 147. 243 D ' Loughy, James 25, 26. 50, 133, 219 Dace, Corey 173, 190. 191 Dace, Jody 219 Dalley, Maryanne 173 Dale, Jody 132 Dalton, Steven 132 Danes, Ctirls 224 Daughitery, Stiannon 108 Davies, Kera 173 Davis. Donna 159 Davis, Gomer 173 Davis, Heattier 147, 243 Davis, Julia 57, 159, 243 Davis, IVIictiael 38, 132, 219 Davis, Michelle 56, 147, 236 Dawson, Joe 159, 191 Day, DeAnne 173 Dean, Edd 147. 224 Dean, John 147 Debevec, Cynora 147 Debree, Bethann 37, 77, 100, 147, 243 DeBusk, Barbara 103, 159 Deeds, Scott 112, 147, 227 Deen, Caroline 133 Deen, William 133 Deets, Kirsten 173 Defazio, Teresa 45, 56, 159 Deignan, M ke 231 Delaney, Karen 133, 232 Delduca, Fred 159 Dellkat, Timothy 93, 133, 219 Delinks, Don 173 Delmonn, Lisa 159 Dempsey, Paige 147. 202. 234 Denison, Pomelo 133 Denton, Donald 94, 133 DePetris, Eric 173 DeRosimo, Michael 173 DeSousa, Teresa 111, 173 Desrochers, Christopher 51, 147 DeVico, Joe 173, 210 Dicesare, Pat 173 Dickinson, Kimberly 173 DIckman, Michael 98. 133. 224 Ditullio, Courtney 173 Dixon, Douglas 126, 173 Dobersch, Mark 94. 159, 221 Dodd, James 23, 25. 26. 50. 53, 129, 133, 219 Dodge, Sylvia 147 Doeren, Alison 61, 133 Dollenmoyer, Thomas 133 Dominquez, Olga 159. 194 Dooley, Karen 103, 133 Doring, IlkaSimone 147 Doris, Donna 240 Dority, Gerri 173 Dowden, James 174 Downey, Vonnie 108, 111, 133 Downing, Todd 174 Drell, Thomas 174 Driggers, Lorrle 103, 147 Dubet, Mike 221 DuBois, Connie 112, 159 Dubois, Mark 159 Duddy, Carolyn 159. 200 Dudman, Amy 98, 100. 101. 133 Dutty, William 174 Dulaney, Alice 68, 148, 243 Dumm, Richard 112, 174 Dunker, G retchen 133 Dunleo, Sean 174 Dunn, Judy 41, 108, 133, 239 Dunn, Matthew 148 Dunn, Stephanie 60, 148 Durrence, April 133 Dwyer, Denlse 159 Dwyer, Jeannlne 133, 236 Dzlamba, Amanda 174 Dzubin, Mary 133, 234 Eads, Michelle 174, 200, 201 Earl, Windy 174 Easlick, Donna 148 Easter. Melinda 118, 174 Ebel, Dino 133, 196, 197 Edelson, Bryce 159, 221 Edwards, Elaine 174 Eggimann. Julie 121, 133 Egolf, Dana 174 Ehrlich, Melissa 51, 60, 103, 104, 160 Eislnger, Richard 148 Ellington, Lorl 174 Elliott, William 160, 228 Ellis, John 148 Engelsen, Kristin 126, 148 Ergenbright, Konda 148, 236 Erich, Chanin 160, 243 Esper, Julie 174, 206, 207 Estenes, Joe 160 Eubank, Jeanelle 51, 174 Euber, Teresa 174 Evanko, Michael 160, 231 Evans, Mike 160 Evertsz, Alan 64, 100. 133 Pagan, Glen 174 Fain, Joelle 160 Fallvena, Lorry 160, 219 Farr, Keith 94. 95, 148 Farr, Merri Lynn 26, 56, 148, 240 Favreau, Lisa 160 Feather, Dorothy 111, 160, 243 Fee, Jill 133 Feldt, Fane 148 Feller, Karen 109. 111. 126, 133 Ferris, Wade 148, 224 Fett, Valerie 133, 236 Figueiredo, Larry 134, 224 Fillingim, Julia 56, 134 Findling, Paul 134, 205, 228 Finlayson, Richard 25, 26, 56, 148, 219 Finn, Michelle 160. 236 FInnerty, Jill 111, 112, 160 Fiorello, Marlsa 160, 243 Firestone, Ronald 50, 145. 160. 219 Fitch, Mindi 148 Fitzpatrick, Dione 25, 26, 53, 148, 236 Fitzpatrick, Julie 134, 232 Fleming, Jessica 99, 148 Flowers, Derek 174, 190, 191 Foget, Matthew 160 Fogg, Holly 60, 174 Folmar, Jacqueline 148, 209 Fontona, Christine 54. 148. 243 Fontano, Robert 174 Foran, Bradley 174 Foran, James 148, 227 Forbes, Jennifer 134 Ford, Carolyn 134 Fosberg, Dennis 174 Fox, Jonathan 134 Fox, Lynne 174 Fox, Scott 93. 219 Fox, Wendy 174 Franklin, Moribeth 148, 236 Fraser. Elizabeth 134. 160. 232 Eraser, Kara 174, 236 Fredin, Jonathan 99, 160. 202 Freeman, Brett 160 Freligh, Cheryl 160, 240 Friend, Lorl 93, 148 Frisbie, Lisa 200, 201 Fritz. Ted 174 Fry. Jelfry 174 Fuhr, Ronold 174 Fulks, Jennifer 174 Funk, Brian 148, 224 Grubham, Stacey 161 Guettler, Duane 94, 95 Gunhus, Dlonne 121, 161 Gurney. Jennifer 134 Gustafson. Darryl 175 Guttery. Todd 175 H G Gadberry, Patricia 148. 200. 201 Gatlaney, Michael 174 Gogllono, Leyla 92, 134 Gollont, Dawn 92, 105, 239 Gallant, Jennifer 134 Gamble, Robert 44, 160, 219 Gant, Denise 160 Gorber, Gregory 134 Garcia, Alfonso 160 Gardner, Curtis 175 Garrls, Linda 160 Gartrell, Mary 108. 109, 111. 160 Gately, Tom 148. 196 Gates, Carlo 175 Gault, Jennifer 175 Gelordi, Jacqueline 99. 100, 148 Gelb. Jac 148, 196 Gelb, James 134 Geller, Deborah 126, 134 Gerencher, Kevin 160 Gerg, Brendo 175 Gerhort, Eric 175 Gerspocher, Lisa 134, 236 Gesche, Michelle 75, 77. 160 Gesuoldi, Anthony 160 Getchius, Tommy 148, 232 Getty, Deborah 108, 111, 175 Geyer, Melissa 148 Giddens, Rhonda 134 Gillan, Dorrell 134 Glllander, Elizabeth 175 Gillich, Donald 148, 202. 203 Gillie, James 160, 228 Gilmore, Christine 175 Gilmore, Marian 56, 134 GiorgiannI, Sam 160 Girord, Elizabeth 160 Glrordin, Ed 34, 98, 99, 148 Givens, Lono 60, 175 Glotfelty, Michael 134 Goff, Alex 175 Gold, Shannon 175 Golden, Ronnie 175 Golotko, Peter 161, 223 Good, Frank 134 Good, Kelly 108 Goodman, Claudia 41, 68, 161, 240 Goodridge, Michael 161 Goodwin, Deborah 134, 200 Graham, Scott 175 Grant, Brenda 134 Green, Deona 50, 170, 175 Green, Jullanne 39, 161 Greenough, Leann 108, 120. 121, 161 Greer, Richard 161. 227 Grenville, Stacey 35. 161 Gretz. Jeff 149 Grigsby, Peter 108. 111. 126. 134 Grimes, Pamela 134 Grimsley. Shedrick 50. 175 Groth, Eric 175 Grove. John 26. 149. 219 Haas, Nancy 175 Hoberman, Leslie 76, 118, 149. 239 Hacking, Tracey 134, 234 Haggard, Melissa 99 Hague, Katherine 149, 232 Haines, Michael 149 Haldeman, Jennifer 161 Hale, Elizabeth 175 Hall, Gall Lynn 149 Hallman, April 121 Hammond, Fred 135, 205, 221 Hammond, Robert 228 Hammonds, Clarence 149 Hand, John 25. 135 Honnalord, Denise 175 Hannigon, Patrick 149, 228 Honnon, Heather 161 Honnon, Leslie 103. 118. 135. 239 Hansen, Jennifer 135. 232 Hardbower, Krisfle 26, 135, 234 Hardee, Cheryl 149 Harden III, Claude 149 Harden, Ruth 26, 135. 243 Harley, Holly 135 Harmon, Margaret 135 Harmon. Carolyn 149, 194. 195 Harms, Kathleen 108, 175 Harrell, Susan 135 Harrington, Robin 149 Harris Jr., Neal 41, 56. 61. 175. 227 Har ris, James 135, 219 Harrison, Andrew 56, 135, 227 Harrison. Mary 135 Harrison, Samuel 94, 149 Harrop. Steve 175. 210 Hart. Julie 234 Hartigan, Michael 161 Hartup. Bruce 135 Harvey. Linda 68, 161 Hosselman, David 175 Hossett, Shane 175, 205 Hasson, Brian 149, 227 Hastings. Shannon 37. 41. 149. 234 Hausaman. James 175 Hawkins. Scott 135. 210. 211 Hayes, Michael 149. 231 Hoynes, Tony 196 Hozlett. Kenny 149, 221 Hearn, Gregory 149. 227 Heornon, Andy 56 Heath, Patricio 27, 135, 234 Hechler, Valerie 34. 40, 161 Hegorty, Kevin 99, 101. 149, 22 ' Helms. Vincent 135. 224 Heltman. Donna 53. 135 Heller, Susan 16 1 Henderson. Michelle 51. 60. 175 Hendrick. Lynne 117 Henk, Sophia 175, 206 Henninges, John 175 Herig, Tracey V6, 212 Hermes, Shelley 149 Hernon, Andrew 149, 228 Hernandez, Eric 114. 161 Herndon, Janet 135 Herndon, Kirsten 106. 176 Herrington, Lisa 161 249 Herrlngton, Robin 243 Hertick, Lynda 243 Hertling, Frank 176, 203 Hess, Christopher 176 Hester, Kevin 149. 210, 211, 231 Hetrick, Lynda 67, 161 Hewitt, Elizabeth 108, 111, 121, 176 Heydt, James 50, 149, 219 Hicks, Kelly 161, 243 Hiers, Barbara 41, 68, 161 Higdon, Pot 121 Higinbotham. Delinda 75, 176 Hiley. Carole 106, 161, 236 Hill, John 149, 221 Hill, Walter 94, 95, 135, 216 Hilton, Nancy 161, 212, 232 Hires, Barbara 232 Hitt, James 149, 196 Hodes, Kevin 149 Hoffman, Susan 161, 243 Hohl. Rosemary 161 Holcomb, Stephen 176 Holland, Rebecca 176 Hollis, IVlargaret 161, 212 Holloway, Shelly 161, 212, 232 Holmes, Charles 176 Holmes, Larry 161 Honeycutt, Brittany 161, 234 Hood, Allen 118, 176 Hooker, Cherie 60, 92, 93, 149, 243 Hopely, Jennifer 149, 240 Hopkins, Cori 39, 161 Home, Steven 176 Horrom, Neal 94, 95, 135, 221 Horsman, Michel le 135, 239 Houk, Colin 135, 224 Howard, Lisa 161, 243 Howe, Ralph 135, 210, 211 Mower, Maria 21, 135 Hrkal, Craig 162, 189 Hubbard, Amy 162 Huber, Jim 52, 126, 127, 162 Huck, Virginia 149, 200 Hudek, John 149, 196, 228 Hudson, Michael 176 Hughes, Deborah 150 Hughes, Kathleen 162 Hulten, Michael 176 Humphrey, Laura 135 Humphrey, Leigh 240 Humphreys, Corey 176 Hunt, Julie 150 Hunter, Michael ill, 150 Hurd, Leigh Anne 136, 234 Hurst, James 56, 150, 196, 223 Hutchins, Kimberly 162 Hutchinson, Jack 176 Hyatt, Karen 162 Hyatt, Leslie 25, 60, 100, 136 Hyatt, Sharon 162 Inman, Farrel 150, 232 Inman, Michele 176 Insetta, Jennifer 162 Insetta, John 176 Isenhotf, Kathryn 176 J Jacob, Randall 56, 162, 231 Jacobs, Christopher 176 Jacoby, Rene 162 James, Gary 34, 61, 136, 227 James, Norman 227 James, Scott 162, 205 Jarrell, Korey 176 Jarvie, James 150 Jasso. Michele 92, 136 Jaudon, Lowell 162 Jehle, Brian 150 Jenkins, David 136, 176, 221 Jenkins, Ellis 136 Jenkins, Montgomery 162 Jenks, Dorothy 114 Joachim, Darrell 108 Joe, Cheryl 136 Johnson, Colleen 21, 41, 93, 136, 232 Johnson, Daryl 94, 95, 136, 219 Johnson, Jerry 136, 191, 192 Johnson, Kenneth 68, 108, 162, 219 Johnson, Lorno 38, 150 Johnson, Molly 162, 234 Johnson, Rondo 232 Johnson, Sydney 136, 234 Johnson, Tommy 162 Johnston, Jeffrey 176 Johnston, Rondo 162 Joiner, Howard 136 Jolicoeur, Colleen 26, 53, 68, 150, 239 Jones, Daryl 25, 26, 93, 136 Jones, Jodi 176 Jones, John 162 Jones, Jon 162 Jones, Karen 61, 136, 162, 232 Jones, Lisa 47, 136 Jones, Lori 162 Jones, Raegen 25, 136, 243 Jones, Sam 94 K Jack, Bryan 176 Jack, Jeano 176 Jack, Robin 118, 202 Jackson, Dina 162 Jackson, Kelly 176 Jackson, Michelle 117, 150, 239 Jackson, Raymond 68, 136, 221 Kahler, Theresa 50, 176 Kaiser, Rhonda 136, 209 Korlson, Gregory 162, 216 Kasson, Nicole 108, 162, 240 Kay, Karen 150, 232 Kay, Kyle 224 Kearney, Kris 150, 191, 192, 216 Keinmann, Keith 118 Keith, James 176 Keller, Petro 136 Kelly, Barbara 176 Kemay, John 176 Kemp, Kwin 177 Kempff, Melinda 61, 108, 111, 136, 232 Kenny, Michael 177 Kerber, Kerri 136, 239 Kern, Cheryl 92, 105, 118, 136, 239 Keyes, Melissa 136, 234 Kilbane, Daniel 136 Kimball, Tamara 136 Kimura, Hitoshi 92, 137 King, George 162 King, Tami 177 Kingham, Mark 137, 188, 189 Kircher, Michael 177 Kirwin, James 177 Kiser, Cathy 60, 236 Klopefzky, Michael 137 Klein, Kevin 162 Kleinmann, Keith 177 Klimos, Karrie 162, 232 Klomp, Kristina 177 Knott, Shown 177 Koch, Kimberly 150, 234 Koch, Mary Ann 94, 95, 150 Koepke, Karl 137 Konnick, Mark 177 Konopnicki, Karen 120, 162, 243 Korwin, David 150, 224 Kosmer, Stephen 162 Kouns, Laura 126, 162 Kowalske, Patricia 137 Kowarick, Richard 177, 205 Kranendonk, Gary 150, 224 Kratzer, Chris 108 Krouss, Cheryl 47, 50, 98, 100, 157, 163 Kreul, Stacey 177, 194, 195 Kreuscher, Allen 177 Krinek, Tricia 177 Krug, Stoyce 21, 26, 93, 137, 236 Kruhm, Caroline 121 Kruse, Jesslyn 177 Kruse, Steven 163 Kuhn, Albert 137, 210 Kull, Billy 196, 199 Kull, Karen 177, 200, 209 Kundrick, Robin 150 Kynard, Kari 119, 177 L LoBelle, Christina 41, 163, 236 Lobrousse, Regine 212 Lacey, Pamela 108, 110, 163, 240 LaCroix, Minette 177 LaHue, Rondo 39, 67, 163 Lamando, Edward 137, 196, 198, 228 Lamb, Brad 39, 163, 223 Lambert, Amy 117, 163 Lamm, Julie 163 Lamport er, Kerri 91 Landregon, T. Mark 50, 93, 137, 224 Lone, Ryan 108, 150 Lanier, Scott 163, 228 Lontiere, Michael 177 Loprade, Terri 177 Lorrison, Rondy 177 Larson, Karen 92, 111, 118, 119, 121, 150, 239 Larson, William 137, 224 Loubach, Christine 163 Lauster, Stephen 108, 110, 150 Lovoie, Judith 177 Lawhon, Rebecca 177 Laws, Rebecca 150 Leo, David 177 Leach, Christopher 150, 196, 198, 199, 228 Leach, Kimberly 177 Learish, James 177 LeBeau, James 137, 227 Leber, Sandra 163, 243 Lee, Sherri 60, 150 LeFebre, Robert 150, 196 Legg, John 150, 196, 219 Legget, Theresa 163 Leibel, Chris 163 Leitheod, Joseph 163, 221 Lemay, Becky 150 Lenamon, Terence 150 Leprade, Terry 60 Lester, Mark 150 Levy, Connie 232 Lew, Mary 163, 243 Lew, Yun 111, 177 Lewis, Jill 163, 209 Lewis, John 227 Lewis, Karol 137 Lewis, Keith 163 Libby, Katherine 61, 119, 137 Liebel, Chris 37, 221 Lindemann, Deborah 177, 209 Lindsay, Mary 103, 150, 240 Lindsey, Beth 111 Ling, Timothy 163, 210, 219 Linnard, Nancy 103, 163 Littler, Timothy 64, 137, 219 Loesche, Bernodette 163 Logan, Joseph 163, 196 Lonsway, Joseph 177 Lookner, Michael 163 Lose, Steven 177, 205 Lovell, Calire 177 Lovins, Bruce 163 Lowman, Jack 163, 227 Lucas, Joseph 150, 231 Luce, Christine 68, 163 Lundstrom, Greg 178 Luton, Ruth 163, 234 M MacDonold, Kara 178 Mock, Cathleen 102, 151, 239 MocKoy, Robert 178 MacKinnon, Darcy 21, 26, 137, 232 Macon, Yolonda 163 Madden, Robert 108, 111, 114, 120, 151 Maier, Joye 26, 51, 52, 60, 99, 137, 239 Maier, Kimberly 163, 239 Malcolm, James 106, 163 Mollon, Robert 51, 53, 163, 216 Malloy, Molly 178, 194 Moloney, Michael 178 Molt, Michelle 178 Mamorsky, Pamela 151, 239 Mamorsky, Russell 60, 178 Manizza, Jacquelin 137, 236 Manning, Eric 137 Manning, Leigh 151, 232 Manning, Rick 231 Manthorne, Scott 41, 151, 221 Manzal, Drew 224 Manzene, Bill 69, 73, 164 Morcinkowski, Keith 73 Marino, Krista 40, 56, 178 Morley, Angela 178 Marley, Angle 194, 195 Moroldo, Nicholas 151 Marotti, Mia 151 Marshall, John 164, 221 Marszal, Drew 164 Martin, Darcy 178 Martina, Philip 178 Martinez, Angela 178 Maslonko, Pamela 151, 243 Mason, Susan 151, 240 Massa Jr., Charles 228 Masters, Deena 103, 137 Masterson, Lawrence 178 Matay, Monica 93, 137, 239 Motchett, Morel 137, 243 Moterdomini, Christopher 164 Mathis, Shannon 178 Motsas, Christina 164, 243 Matson, David 178 Mottucci, John 137 Mayer, Stacey 164 Mayes, Von 151, 191 McCaffrey, Cristi 164 McCarthy, Natalie 21, 53, 137, 243 McClure, Jane 234 McClure, Kathryn 137 McCorkle, Robert 164 McCormick, Katrino 137, 208, 209 McCoy, Donald 164 McCracken, Natalie 50, 53, 129, 138 250 McCrea, Eric 121. 178 McCullough. Al 108 McCurdv. Karen 138. 232 McDanlel. David 178 McDanlel, Todd 151 McDeavItt, Rob 219 McDonald, Allsa 108. 109. 111, 151 McDowell, William 178 McEochern. Jennifer 178 McGann, Greflory 92. 151 McGee. Susanne 151 McGiles, Matthew 178 McGlnley, Dennis 151. 191 McGlnnls. Susan 151 McGraw. Dan 138. 221 McHenry, Ttiomas 178 McHugti. Carolyn 138. 232 McKnigtit. Chiarles 138 McMillan. Dave 210. 211 McMlllon. Dove 164 McMullan. Denise 164 McMullen, Mictielle 138. 232 McNabb. Laura 138 McPfiail, Liz 93 McPtiail. Mary 151 McRea. Eric 118 McSpedden. Jody 164 McSpedden, Kim 138 McWilliams, Stiannon 53. 164. 210, 219 Meade. Jennifer 151 Meeks. Sanford 108. 114. 164 Meel s. Tina 151 Melton. Angela 164 Mendez, Steven 178 Mentry. Emily 99. 151 Meredithi. Ctiris 178 Merrell, James 41. 164. 224 Merrill. Chiristine 51. 178 Merson, Bill 56 Messina, Lorraine 138 Metzner. Eric 108. 110. 178 Meyer, Jim 1 14 Meyer, Johin 178 Meyer, Wendy 20, 25. 50. 68, 108, 109. 110. 145. 151. 234 Meyer, William 138 Meyers, Nancy 61, 105. 138 Mictiael. Mary 164 Middlebrooks, Debbie 138 Middleton, Gail 138. 239 Mielsen, Maren 179 Milano, Thiomas 92, 138, 224 Miles. Holly 178 Miles, Stieila 164. 234 Miller, Bill 196 Miller, Michael 56. 151. 216 Miller, Paula 151. 236 Miller, Susan 178 Miller, William 138 Mills, Julia 164 Mills, Robert 151 Milos, Amanda 164 Minieri, Christine 178 Minor, Todd 113, 164 Miraglia, Barbara 178 Mischley, Lisa 93, 151 Misencik, Steven 164 Misener, David 164 Misiaszek, Karyn 138, 234 Mitchell, Allen 114 Mitchell, David 108, 110, 111 Mitchell, Mark 179 Mitchell, Patrick 179 Mitchell, Robert 114, 138 Mitrione, John 138 MIxon. Emory 94. 151 Mizzi. Laurie 179 Moffat. Kaaren 164 Mokry, Nathaniel 179 Molloy, Donald 151, 227 Moniz, Gilbert 179 Monroe, James 179 Montgomery, Jay 164 Moore, Ashley 151. 234 Moore, Deborah 138 Moore, Diane 138, 232 Moore, John 118, 120, 179 Moore, Leonard 93, 151, 216 Moore, Lisa 164 Moore, Michael 179 Moore, Scott 164 Moore, Timothy 164. 204. 205 Moron, Michael 151. 164, 221 Morgan. Fred 179 Morgan, Matt 108. 110 Morgan. Paul 179 Morin. Nicole 103. 152. 232 Morley. Stacey 179 Morlock, David 179 Morse, Carrie 138. 234 Mortillaro, Brian 138, 224 Morton, James 152 Mosely, Brian 112 Moser, Brent 92, 152 Moss, Craig 219 Moss, Robert 164 Motil, Timothy 165, 223 Mouillesseaux, Marie 93, 152, 236 Mouillexxeaux, Marie 209 Moye, Monica 179 Mrillo. Luis 95 Muccino, Anthony 179 Muck, Stacey 138, 236 Mudge, Todd 165, 210, 211 Muenich, Matt 223 Mueschler, Rick 221 Muir, Robert 94 Mullis, Sandra 118. 165. 239 Murai, Rie 165, 243 Murillo, Luis 94, 165 Murphy, Dawn 165 Murphy, Marcene 60, 108, 165 Murphy, Martin 152. 216 Murphy. Robert 99. 138, 189 Murphy, Stephen 165 Murray, Christopher 100, 118. 179 Murray, Stephen 50. 67. 170. 179 Muse. Kimberly 179 Musick. Michelle 179. 202. 203 Musser, Debbie 152. 232 Mutschier. Richard 165 Myers, Mark 94. 121. 138. 216 Myers, Wendy 179 N Nabors. Mike 165. 219 Napier, Jocelyn 139, 243 Nealy, Bobbi 103, 108, 111, 165, 240 Neely, Kimberly 179 Nelson, Jodee 139, 234 Nelson, William 165. 223 Neri, Christopher 179, 205 Neukom, George 152 Neumyer, Charles 152 Nevins, Paul 165, 219 Newbold, John 56, 152, 221 Newell, Jodi 106. 165 Newell. Laura 50. 112. 152. 232 Newell, Thomas 179 Newman, Julia 93, 139 Newsome, Amy 50, 139 Newsome, Kay 103. 152. 234 Nichols, Anne 115 Nichols, Scott 112, 179 Nielsen Palacio, Ella 139 Niemczyk, Melissa 111. 118. 179 Nissen, Clark 179 Noble. Emerson 139 Noetzel, David 179 Nolan, Scott 165 Nolen. Kimberly 165. 240 Nordby, Peter 93. 152 Norman, Angela 152, 194. 195 North. Pat 196 North, Patrick 152 Norton, Jennifer 111, 179 Norton, Joseph 165. 216 Novay, Christian 179 Novoth, Anthony 139 Nunez, Rhona 179 Nutt, George 180 o O ' Brien, Mark 152 O ' Brien. Michelle 41. 152. 236 O ' Donnell. Douglas 34. 139, 227 O ' Donnell. Tim 180 O ' Driscoll. Brian 180 O ' Hara, Gregory 180 O ' Rourke. Mike 191 Obeck, Anne Marie 180. 212 Obenhour, Mary Beth 41. 165. 240 Occulto, Michael 180 Odiorne, Steve 40, 45, 165, 221 Odom, Lucile 152 Oeth, Kelly 119, 120, 121. 180 Offerman, Jonathan 180 Olivo, Monica 60, 152, 239 Ollar, Mark 139 Olman, Lisa 239 Olp, Jennifer 165 Olsen, Joe 57, 165. 231 Olshever, Susan 139 Orglelewicz, Laurie 117. 165 Orth, Kevin 165, 227 Orth, Lisa 94, 95. 152 Osborne. Gregory 180 Oshida, Yoshiko 111, 139 Osika, Edward 165 Osinski, Brian 196 Ostojic, Wendy 36, 180 Overstreet, Kristen 180 Overstreet, William 180 Owen, Tracy 108, 109, 111, 152 Owens, John 139 Padgett, John 165, 219 Page, Jennifer 103. 105. 139. 239 Pollen, Andrew 180 Palmer, Elizabeth 165 Palmer, Melody 152 Papedick, Carlo 139, 234 Paquet, Eric 210 Parker, Jeffrey 152 Parker, Kathy 152 Parker, Trip 165, 219 Porks, Nanci 152, 194. 195 Porrich. Jared 196 Parsons. Lucinda 180 Parflow, Richard 106. 165 Partridge, Kelly 139 Pasquino, Jeffrey 152 Patrick, Stephanie 165 Patterson, Greg 69, 228 Patterson, James 165 Patterson, Kim 166 Patterson, Michael 108, 110, 166 Paugh, Deborah 41, 115, 152. 243 Paugh. Rachel 93. 105. 162. 243 Payne. Rosemorie 99. 139 Peacock. Susan 139 Peorcy. Dan 126. 224 Pearcy, John 126, 152 Peden, Margaret 166 Pelrce, Bonnie 232 Pellegrino, Susanne 166 Pempek, Byron 108. 110. 111, 139 Pennix, Lisa 139 Penrod, Jacqueline 166 Penrod, Jill ' ' S2 Peoples, Elisabeth 180 Peoples, Liz I8 ' v Perez, Dihnne 108. 110, 139 Perez. Felix 139 Perkins. Cam 219 Perkins, Cameron 139 Perrotta, Patrick 139, 227 Perry, Kimberly 119. 180 Peters, Todd 152 Peterson, Colleen 180 Pettegrew, Jill 53, 153, 234 Petterson, Beth 153, 234 Pevarnik, Seth 166, 219 Phong, Alana 153 Philbeck, Lisa 139 Phillips, Dawn 166 Pierce, Bonnie 60, 103. 166 Pijoncwski, Joseph 166. 224 Pilapil. Michael i39 Pimpek, Byron 109 Pinder, Lisa 140, 243 Pinder, Renee 118. 140 Pinder, Rosa 119, 120. 153 Pineiro, Bobby 180. 205 Pipik, Gary 140. 196 Pipkin. Gwen 112. 140 Pirkle, Kathy 140 Pirkle. Pamela 50, 180 Pitre, Kathy 108, 110, 111, 236 Pittard, Thomas 140 Pitts, Hansel 166 Plumlee, Todd 166 Polivka, Roman 41. 153. 227 Polioro. Nicholas 180 Polstro. Brian 140. 231 Pons, Charles 180 Pontius, Laura 21, 25. 51. 103, 140 Ponton. Suzanne 153 Pope. William 166, 216 Poppell, Shannon 180 Porter, Bonnie 166, 234 Powell, Kimberly 119, 153 Powell, Lori 180 Powell, Michael 180 Powers, Rebecca 153 Powers, Tina 6C. 166 Prather, Michelle 166 Prescott, Lisa 112, 115, 153 Price, Jennifer 140, 239 Price, Laura 180 Pringle, Jeffrey 45, 153, 221 Prosser, Darcy 56, 140 Prough, Amy 53, 68. 126. 127, 153, 234 Pryor, Tracy 180 Pugh, Debra 180 Pursell, Robert 153. 205 Pyle. Alison 68 Pyle, Alyson 112. 126. 127. 153, 234 Q Quattlebaum. Lisa 103. 153 Query, Grady 163, 219 R Roab, Andrew 163, 219 Rader. John 166, 219 Randle, Tracy 180 Raney, Alexandra 60, 111. 180 Ransom, Linda 166, 240 Ranson, Cheryl 153, 234 Rathburn, Karl 180 Ratliff, Lara 181 Rauza, Michael 181 Rawlins, Tanya 122, 153 Rawn, Debby 209 Rawn, Deborah 153, 236 Rea, Kevin 166 Rector, Courtenay 41, 140, 240 Redd, Robyn 194 Reddy, Dana 93, 117 Redstone, Alan 50, 53, 68, 153, 219 Reed, Liza 41, 153, 243 Reed, Tonya 166, 236 Reeder, Sandi 243 Rees, Diane 153, 243 Rees, Joanne 140 Reeves, Ronald 153, 221 Regis, Jessica 153, 239 Reilly, Bill 181 Reinking, Jeff 61, 166, 219 Remick, Charles 181 Remie, Peter 181 Reynolds, Kim 240 Ricart, Rick 166, 227 Riccio, Sherri 232 Rice, Timothy 181 Rich, Brian 153, 228 Richard, Cassady 181 Richards, Alan 140 Richards, Thomas 181 Richards, Tommy 210 Rickey, Jill 166, 206, 232 Riddle, Donna 92, 140, 213 Riker, Keith 181 Riley, Lisa 51, 60, 181 Ringsfaff, Tracey 54, 153, 209, 232 Rise, Kim 166 Ritch, Mindi 209 Ritter, Jesse 140 Rifter, Teressa 181 Robare, Brian 166, 227 Robbins, Karen 140 Roberts, Lisa 166 Robiehaud, Keith 181 Robinson, Richard 50, 98, 153 Rockhold, Holly 166 Rodgers, Chris 108, 153, 224 Rodrigues, Michael 108, 181 Rodriguez, Lisa 25, 53, 140, 239 Rodriguez, Marlyce 111, 118, 166 Rodriguez, Raquel 166 Roess, Dolly 181 Roess, Timothy 140, 219 Rogers, Kimberly 140, 206, 207, 232 Rogers, Lynn 61, 140, 232 Roodman, Charles 181 Root, Richard 166 Ross, Bart 181 Ross, Mark 153, 228 Rouse, Scott 140, 202, 203 Rov e, Leshonda 181 Rov sa. Mike 188, 189 Ruesch, Bridget 112, 140 Rush, Alice 118, 181 Russel, Monique 140 Russell, Paul 140 Ryan, Michael 166, 223 Ryker, Bryson 181 Ryschka, Corrina 153, 202 Sackett, Jason 112, 114, 181 Sakran, Caroline 181 Salemme, Stephanie 111, 181 Salisbury, Melissa 167, 243 Saitsman, Vicki 111, 181, 200 Sanders, Melissa 50, 60, 100, 157, 167, 243 Sandness, Kurt 167 Sanford, Charlene 181 Saunders, Julia 25, 68, 117, 126, 154, 232 Savage, Ryan 181 Sawyer, Charles 154 Sawyer, Gary 167 Sawyer, Michelle 181 Sawyer, Shawn 167, 223 Sawyer, Steve 108, 223 Sawyer, Tracey 154 Scates, Dawn 60, 93, 154, 239 Scgmidt, Shaun 110 Schaller, Craig 140 Schaller, Jana 167, 200, 209 Scheffler, Anita 154 Schffield, David 93 Schiwifz, Barrett 181, 205 Schlichte, Cathy 167 Schmidt, Clifford 141, 227 Schmidt, Julie 181 Schmidt, Shaun 108, 115, 119, 121, 181 Schofield, Robert 167 Schofield, Stephen 141, 228 Schriffert, Tony 154, 205 Schultz, Curtis 181 Schultz. Michael 141, 227 Schumacher, Lara 167, 234 Scott, Christy 21, 141, 200 Scott. Cynthia 141, 239 Scott, Sidney 182 Scruggs, Tammy 103, 154 Seacrest, Nannette 182 Sears, David 167 Secunda. John 154. 210 See, Amy 167 Sefcik, Brian 182 Seibert, Rena 141 Seltzer, Sandra 51. 60. 61. 182 Serentill, Monica 182 Setcavage, Stuart 141, 228 Settlemire, Mandi 41, 154, 236 Seykora, Jay 51 Seykora. John 182 Seymour, Diana 141 Seymour, Julian 182 Sganga, Janine 141, 236 Shanahan, Martha 51, 167 Sharp, Susan 182 Shaw, Amy Lynn 154 Sheehan, Steve 154 Sheffield, David 23, 25, 141, 219 Shepard, Richard 108, 110, 111, 154 Shephard, Kim 167 Sheppard, India 154, 234 Shermak, William 182 Shetler, Wade 182 Shields, John 111, 182 Shillito, Will 182 Shin, Nani 100, 111, 167 Shinn, Jason 182, 191 Shipper, Valerie 141, 240 Shirghio, Marlaina 182 Shiver, Gregory 141 Short, John 182 Shriner, Brian 53, 118, 141, 219 Shultz, Mike 189 Sicard, Lori 167, 236 Sidell, Christina 61, 103, ill, 118. 119. 121. 154 Siegfried, Miriam 51, 68, 117, 167, 239 Sielsky, John 167 Sigsworth. 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David 183 Towey. James 183 Townsend. Cassody 232 Townsend, Erin 155 Trane, Paige 184, 232 Travis, Ronald 184 Trembly. Charles 142 Trembly. Paul 1 11 Troester, David 142, 228 Troutman. Devetta 121, 168, 243 Tuccelll. Leonard 184 Tucker, Trad 50, 60, 145, 155 Turk. Lucia 168 Turner. Lon 50. 129. 143. 219 Turner. Steve 155. 224 Tyler, Cole 94, 168 Tyrell. Donnoiiy 168. 191 u Urbanskl. Stephen 184 V Vacca. John 168. 228 Valentik, Lori 184, 212 Vanderkerkhot, Karin 143 VanDerNoord. Carmen 184 Vanderstuyf, David 143 VanEtten, Robyn 56, 184 VanHan. James 155. 196 Vanwinkle. Eric 168 Varody, Georgette 184 Varney, Tanya 168, 200 Vastano, Joseph 184 Vaughan. Brett 94. 95. 143 Vaughn. Kevin 143 Viero, Louis 184 VillegasBecerril, Jose 155 Vitek. Frank 143 Volgt. David 184 Voth. Jellrey 155. 221 w Wade. Norman 98. 99. 101. 155 Wages. Vesta 143 Wahl, Molijane 155. 202. 236 Walker. Cathy 143. 236 Walker. Robert 111 Wallace. Justin 156. 223 Walsh, Glen 184 Walter. John 143. 219 Walters, Fred 94. 156. 221 Walters. Janell 168 Walters, Phillip 50. 67. 184 Wardlaw. James 184 Warren. Kinberly 184 Warren, Pamela 109. 111. 168 Warren, Sheila 93, 143, 243 Wesson, Jennifer 156. 168 Waters, R.J, 219 Watson, Julie 51. 60 Woyt, William 184 Webb. Karrie 156 Weekley, James 184. 204. 205 Weight, Juliane 184 Welch, Sally 118, 120, 121, 184 Weller, Steve 168 Welles. Julieanne 111. 120. 121. 126, 168, 240 Wells, Kevin ill Wells, Mitch 111 Wellslager, Steven 92, 143, 224 Wendling. Lisa 184 Wenner, Brenda 111. 119, 121. 168 Wenner, Elaine 119. 184 Wenner, Sandra 36. 41. 168. 240 Wentz, Michael 184 Wenzel, Amy 111, 119. 126. 168 Westbrock. Matthew 184 Wherrell. Dixie 156 White. Alicia 184 While, Cynthia 184 White. Daniel 184 White. Jeffrey 108. 109. 110, 168 White. Mary 143. 239 White. Shannon 156. 212 White. Trudy 108. 109. 143 White. Wendy 110. 184 Whitehead. Lesley 41. 143. 236 Whitener. Laura 108. 184 Whiteside. Tina 108. 118, 169 Whitlemore. David 184 Whitmoyer, Tracey 156, 236 Wlckmon. Windy 184 Wieber. John 39. 143. 156. 224 Wiedemann, Diane 209 Wiggins, Vickl 50, 60 Wilkes, Glenn 143 Wilkins, Torrey 41. 93. 169. 243 Willard. B, Elaine 108. 185 Willard, Tom 108 Williams. Adam 156 Williams. Amy 108 Williams. Andrev 169. 231 Williams. Angelea 185. 200 Williams. Janet 108. 185 Williams. Jean 156. 234 Williams. Mike 108 Williams. Montez 22. 50. 119. 120, 126, 143 Williams, Yomera 156 Williamson, Patricia 51, 60, 185 Williston, Peter 185 Wilson, Albert 169 Wilson, Cindy 143, 239 Wilson, Kathryn 143, 234 Wilson, Rosann 169, 234 Wilt, Keri Beth 50, 60 Wingfield, David 50. 185 Wise, Kelly 100, 156 Withers, Karia 156. 236 Witmyer. Brock 185. 196 Wittig. Elizabeth 169 Woda, Steve 169. 210, 219 Womble. Kempton 143 Wood. Brenda 156. 239 Wood. Denise O. 76. 156. 239 Wood. Kevin ' Vj Woodland. Peter 108. 143 Woodruff. Mark 143 Worth. Deborah 232 Wozniak. Veronica 143 Wright. 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