Stetson University - Hatter Yearbook (DeLand, FL)

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Rain gives one a chance to be alone and think . . . the night lends beauty to all . . . a soft movement, light shining through the trees, or a small animal may spark a thought which will lead to the discovery of one ' s self. ■ 5 lf j-i _r : r: Ab. tta n la iT 1« a There is a myrled of forces which shape the student. In his four years at Stetson he is exposed to many different fields . he Is free to discover, to form his own opinions . . . he is guided by professors who consider him an individual because they themselves are individuals. The blaze of torches and a gathering in friendly competition . . . two hands, a kiss, and romance begins . . . the rustle of tulle, excited tears, and the parade down a winding staircase . . . sun smiling faces and a spray of mineral water add to the feeling of carefree abandon. Here lies the opportunity to meet new people, to exchange ideas, to relax . . . no college career would be complete without its social life. The echo of a thousand hands fills the air with its presence , a scrutinizing look at a painting, a be-spattered palette , the curtain rises and a nervous breath is drawn, eyes focus on the stage . a chord is struck . . , 10 Yet times of silence still exist . . . the universal need for solitude is met. - Religion and various forms of art find their place in university life. 12 The dying embers of a holiday fire, and the wishes of generations of Stetson students . . . a small spreckled dog . . . a mug of coffee, a folded newspaper, companionship in the crowd . . . anticipation, excitement, enthusiasm manifested in the warmth of a smile . thru these faces we find ourselves, and because we are challenged, we mature and enter the world as individuals. In Memoriam John Fitzgerald Kennedy May 29, 1917 — November 22, 1963 14 Table of Contents FEATURES 16 BEAUTY 30 ORGANIZATIONS 40 ATHLETICS GREEKS 110 UNIVERSITY 164 CLASSES 182 82 .i ' ADVERTISEMENTS . . . 252 15 The Student-Faculty social hour gives freshmen an opportunity to converse formally with their future professors. Orientation Week Begins School Year Many gifted students make their debut in the orientation talent show. Spirited freshmen pack the Student Union Building to participate in one of the many orientation week socials. Good food and hospitality are enjoyed at the annual banquet Orientation Week provides incoming freshmen with their first glimpse of college life. Activities such as the President ' s Reception, the Freshman Banquet, the Freshman Talent Show, and the Hootenanny set the mood for the year ahead. Co- chairmen Katey Burchette and Jay Brophy and their committee planned a week full of oppor- tunities to make new friends and to obtain valu- able advice from upperclassmen and faculty. ' 17 ■ ' m Contestants for MISS HATTER title were: Diana Norton, Cissy Harris, Lynn Barron, Leanne McGinnis, Clara Cox, Leslie Alexander, Anna Kight, Joy Anderson, Sallie Gaskins, Diane Molnar, Diane Chandler, Janis Appleby, Green Feather Carnival Raises Money for Charity Come one, come all to Green Feather Carnival! " Pie a Pi Phi or a Pi Kapp " is the theme of a booth. Smart maneuvers as the ranks execute their turns to the military sound of rifles and metal. 18 A long awaited chance to dunk an Alpha Xi or Sig Ep for a worthy cause if you ' ve got the price. Green Feather is Stetson ' s annual campus- wide charity campaign, the proceeds of which are divided among more than twenty worthy national and local charities. This year the drive was under the direction of Patti Paulk and Marion Moorman; the theme was " Build the Feather by Giving Together. " The climax of Green Feather Week is the carnival where fraternities, sororities, and other campus or- ganizations set up booths ranging from a turkey shoot and a cake walk to a rickshaw ride. The crowning of Miss Hatter is the high- light of the carnival. Feathers fly as the Phi Mu ' s battle with any takers. Students find way to release pent-up emotions in pillow fight booth. Intent student tries his skill in the annual turkey shoot. 19 Bill Pickens Virginia Holtzendorf Greek Week God and Goddess Competition Spectres of spectators line up to view the Olympic games. 20 Greeks view the presentation of new sorority pledges during the intermissic Sig Eps take the lead in the home stretch as the charioteers race for the finish Sparks Greek Week Spirit Open houses by all the fraternities and sorori- ties, the competitive sing, the Olympic meet, the formal dance, and finally the corporate chapel service— these many activities fill an exciting week in the Greek life. Under the capable planning of Nancy Irish and Dick Pickering, the Greek organizations combined their efforts to achieve a most successful week. Grab your partner for the three-legged race and perhaps win a trophy! Jim Terrell, Gayle Gregory, Mel Rodelli, Ralph Henry, Gwen Cheshire display trophies won in Greek Week. MAYOR AND HOSTESS Doug Sucher Diane Gentry Homecoming 1964 Stetson gets Inspirational " Boot ' st. ' 22 on Clifton, Dr. Howell tudents in the Quiz Bowl. Surrealism by Tuck Cooke holds fascination for returning grads. Homecoming 1964, under the direction of Martha Woodbery and Mel Rodelli, was packed with various activities for alumni and students alike. A quiz bowl between alumni and students and a hootenanny were two new activities added to the traditional events. This year ' s weekend featured several ban- quets, fraternity and sorority open houses, the Founder ' s Day Convocation, a basketball game with our old rival, Rollins, a Stover production of lonesco ' s The Bald Soprano, a sidewalk showing of student art, an opening of the nearly-completed library, and, finally, the annual dance. For dancing or listening pleasure, Sy Zintner ' s renditions are rated high by national polls. nust be good food at the alumni-student picnic. 23 I Lambda Chi Alpha and Alpha Xi Delta cop first prize for lawn decorations with their theme of Stetson ' s strides since 1902. Theme: ' ' Stetson Hits Its Stride " The student quiz kids, Mary Bues, Joe Garner, Ray Smith, and Richard Karberg, beat the alumni in an exciting play-off match, winning 2-1. 24 Alumni and students are conducted on a tour around the library which opens in spring. The soft music and dim lights set the mood of the dance. 25 Hatter Holiday — A Day of Fun and Relaxation Hatter Holiday is the annual spring skip-day for Stetson students. Festivities begin with a dance the night before the scheduled day of freedom. The atmosphere thus created continues into the next day at DeLeon Springs. There students swim, eat lunch, and then individuals representing various organizations on campus partici- pate in the various competetive games for trophies. Events requiring more than physical proficiency round out the afternoon. Each fraternity and sorority has an entry in the Mr. and Miss Ugly Contest. The day is climaxed by the Mr. and Miss Stetson Contest. The winners of this contest are chosen on the basis of personality, poise and appearance. The egg ihrow contest is filled with suspense and laughs. The Mr. and Miss Ugly Contest demands a sadistic creativeness. Competitive games like this provide opportunity to win a trophy while having fu Mr. and Miss Stetson Patty Cooper Bray Richard Nichols 27 HUHhR mw a , 4 .k J BH ' ' " HIBHk ' Mr |BpMM|f i,T flWBW J ' . SiBittliilll. liiii i WI ' ' C:: " The Children ' s Theatre production of " The Woman in the Shoe, " written by Walt Sonnenburg, was a colorful and successful production. Players rehearse " The Merry Wives of Windsor " for Parents ' Weekend. lonesco ' s contemporary play, " The Bald So- prano, " gave Stetson students a taste of a new type of theatrics. 28 Stover Theater Productions This year, Stover Theater ' s repertoire has included a wide variety of plays: a farce, a comedy from the Theater of the Absurd, an adaptation of a Greek tragedy, a play based on " The Diary of A Young Girl, " an opera, and a Children ' s Theater presentation. These productions provide the stu- dents with an opportunity to participate not only on stage, in the spotlight, but behind the scenes as well. Auditions are held before each production, and those students not selected for the cast usually try out their talents in some other aspect of the theater arts, such as make-up, set design and con- struction, lighting effects, costuming, properties, publicity, and prompting. Stover Theater ' s production of " The Mad Woman of Chaillot " This year Stover was honored to have as guest star in its production of " Antigone, " John Caradine, vvho portrayed Creon. Diane Strickland co-starred as Antigone. ' ai i mmximimm t mimmmwmmi i immm iw f %- I Mi. ' ' 4W 4. ' te ■ If 5 . 30 31 JKiss Jiaiier Saffie Sann asAi ' ns 32 Our 1964 MISS HATTER, AAiss Sallie Lynn Gaskins, was nomi- nated by her sorority, Zeta Tau Alpiia. A senior from Spartan- burg, South Carolina, Sallie ' s major is psychology. Her interests include horseback riding, swimming, water skiing, and kite flying. In her junior year, Sallie studied abroad in Aix-en- Provence, France. 33 irsi J i QA Jliiss Jiaiier The first runner-up in the MISS HATTER competi- tion, Anna Kight, was nominated by Sigma Nu fraternity. A sophomore psychology major from Cordele, Georgia, Anna is a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority. Water-skiing and bridge are two of Anna ' s favorite activities. 34 (L)econo J i Qit jliiss Jiaiier oes i ' e C fexancfer Leslie Alexander, the second runner-up in the MISS HATTER contest, was nominated by Pi Kappa Phi. A member of Pi Beta Phi sorority, Leslie is a political science major from St. Petersburg, Florida. She is an accomplished harpist and demonstrated her ability in the Freshman Talent Contest. 35 Gissa Jiarris Cissy Harris, nominated by the Headquarters Company, was selected in a vote of the entire corps to reign as MILITARY BALL QUEEN. Hailing from Oxford, Georgia, Cissy is majoring in his- tory. A member of Pi Beta Phi, she serves as a junior counselor and a cheerleader. 36 JjasAeiball Frances LDafe Representing her sorority, Zeta Tau Alpha, Frances Lyle was chosen 1964 BASKETBALL QUEEN by a panel of five faculty members. She is a senior mathematics major from Jacksonville, Florida. Her interests include reading, sewing, and water ski- ing. 37 Jresnman Joanne Cnesni ' re Selected by popular vote, Joanne Cheshire was chosen as the FRESHMAN BEAUTY QUEEN in the annual contest sponsored by Pi Kappa Phi. Joanne, a biology major from Pompano Beach, Florida, is a member of the Alpha Xi Delta sorority. She especially enjoys horseback riding, water skiing and swimming. Uerri i o DLennedy CT? r iDi ncfa G ennei JJeauta on Kjampus inaer LOarne wen Gnesnire 39 40 " WMk tff i ' SG Pres., Jay Landers, Vice-Pres., Doug Sucher, Sec, Eileen Williams preside over senate meeting. Student Government The Student Government is organized for the purpose of promoting responsible, purpose- ful, and effective student leadership, perform- ing services for the student body, expressing student opinions and linking communication between the administration and the students. The Student Government has vi ' orked hard this year to further these aims. Many innovations have come about this year. The structure and effectiveness of Student Government has been improved by the ad- dition of statutes to the constitution. These statutes contain election and senate proced- u res, traffic regulations, provisions for the establishment of a student cabinet, and a cur- riculum evaluation council. Such traditional projects as Spring and Fall Concerts, Green Feather, Homecoming, Hat- ter Holiday, and Parents Week-end also met with usual success. Overall, this has been a year of growth and accomplishment for the Student Government; a year which has laid the foundations for an even stronger and more influential organi- zation in the future. Ih r mmm Cabinet members are: Ned Julian, Sec. of Traffic Control; Butch Spivey, Sec. of Elections; Jay Landers, Pres.; Martha Slaton, Sec. of Communications and Public Affairs; Bill Dunifon, Sec. of Student Welfare; and John Pickering, Sec. of Student Events. Senators Richard Ginn, Bill Schneider, and Ron Peacock 42 Many groups set up booths at the Green Feather Carnival to raise money for charity. MLK£ Lawn concerts at the SUB draw interested crowds. lolorful Banners and posters decorate the campus in preparation for Student Government lections. The Student Government annual Fall Concert played host to the Brothers Fou insider an issue on the Senate floor. SUB faculty coffee hours foster good relationships between faculty and students. Students frequently tal e advantage of SUB Bowling. Row 7: Linda Woofter, Diana Garcia, Marilyn Raynal, Marty Farrington, Francene Smith, Miss Jackie Hogue. Row 2: Joe Garner, Dave LaVoy, Bud Kirk, Doug Sucher, Larry Hastings, Mack Gooding, Dean Etter Turner. Not pictured: Mr. Jack Mabry, Mr. Gary Meadows, Jim Chaplin. 44 ' " ' «« «► Stetson Union Board The Stetson Union Board plans many of the extracurricular activities centering around the Stetson Union. It sets the operating policies for the Union Building, allocates office space, and operates the Way Out and the Bowling Lanes. Membership on the Board includes mem- bers appointed by the previous Board, members elected by the student body, committee chairmen, as well as faculty representatives. The Union Board in- cludes six committees: Education, Social, Tournaments, Recreation, Publicity, and Films. Through these committees the Board sponsors lectures, coffee hours, tournaments, weekly movies, special din- ners, parties in the Way Out, concerts, receptions, and hootenannies. Special pro- grams this year include: Jazz and Poetry, Scott Morrison, Faculty Travel Slide-Lec- tures, and Josh White. The Stetson Union has two staff person- nel: Miss Jackie Hogue, the Union Pro- gram Director, and Mrs. Althea Sprague, in charge of reservations and general su- pervision of the building. MISS JACKIE HOGUE MRS. ALTHEA SPRAGUE SUB Hootenannies draw crowds to hear such campus folk singers as Jack Williams and Pete Heebner. 45 Joanne Field, Editoi Sharon AAcRae, Business Manager Penny Hook, Organizations; Katie Hench, Seniors; Dick Gibson, Seniors; Carol Robb, Copy; not pictured: Noel deLesdernier, Copy Editor, 1964 Hatter For the first time in several years the HATTER had a functioning and organized staff. Even so, the peren- nial problems of approaching dead- lines, undeveloped pictures, and missing copy appeared again this year. No one can ever really appre- ciate a yearbook or realize how much time and effort are required until they actually work on the staff. After many sleepless nights, frantic searches for pictures and missing or- ganizations, the 1964 HATTER made its appearance. Barbara Chapman, Sports Editor; Bobbie Nelson, Greeks Editor; Owen Knight, Greeks. Lanny Miller, Sports Editor; Ceci Bierley, Freshn Whitlock, Freshman. an; Carol Dill, Layout. Not pictured, Anne 46 Marty Farrington, Organizations Editor; Becky Phillips, Organiza- tions; Carol Hooker, Organizations; Lois Herberholz, Organizations; Joan Shubella, Organizations. IMP J j„ ' i. . Jeanie Cleary, Features; Joel Bagnal, Layout; Marion Harvey, Law School Editor; Marlen Christmas, Copy Editor; not pictured, Julie Lay, Features Editor. Donna Mealy, typist; Babs Mullins, Juniors; Penny Ninow, Law School. Not pictured: Dottie Taylor, typist. Sandy Christian, Junior Editor; Susan Pritchard, Senior Editor; Alice Field, Sophomore Editor; Linda Landers, Sophomores; Barbara Goodson, Faculty Editor. PK e- Shirrel Rhoades, Photography m1 Carlson, Photography 47 Stetson Reporter BOB CHATHAM Business Manager The Stetson Reporter, Florida ' s oldest college newspaper, was founded in 1886. The weekly editions of the paper are both written and edited by the student staff members. In addition to campus news items, the Reporter contains commentaries on current events, social tidbits, humor, political cartoons, a weekly calendar of events, and stories about intramural and intercollegiate athletics. The Reporter, which is published at the DeLand Sun News, offers op- portunities for experience in both advertising and journalism through its editions. The Reporter is a recognized forum for the exchange of ideas on campus issues. Staff Row : Kathy Huggard, Todd Clay, Bill Dunifon, Tony Tussing, Sam Gladding, Row 2; Donna Dollens, David LaVoy, Jay Holmes, Richard Enstice, Gary Ostrom, Angel Castillo, Pam Hayletf. Kneeling: Randy Ed- wards. Not pictured: Ricliard Karberg, Ray Smith. 48 BOB CROSS— Co-edifor LOUIS PHILLIPS-Edifor The Stetson Review Since 1937, when the first literary magazine to bear the name The Stetson Review made its appearance, this publication has been a major force in the development of the creative arts upon Stetson ' s campus. The magazine has grown steadily in both quality of ma- terial and quantity of interest. Under the past editorship of Sharon Sanders, John Dennis, and this year ' s editors, Louis Phillips and Robert Cross, the magazine has developed its own personality and has expanded to include all areas of creative work. Staff Row I: Carol Robb, Carolyn Damianos, Katherine Menefee, Carole Moore. Row 2: Louis Phillips, Dr. Taylor, Allen New- man, Richard Karberg. Not pictured: Bob Cross. 49 Publications Board The Publications Board derermines t he policies for Stetson ' s campus publications. It sets the rules for selection of can- didates for publications offices, and awards con- tracts for printing and photography. Membership on the board consists of Editor and Business Manager of the Hatter and Report- er, Editors of the Review and Compass, the Dean of Women, two faculty members, and a repre- sentative from Public Relations. The Chairman is a representative from Sigma Pi Kappa. Row I: Dr. Colbrunn, Joanne Field, Dr. Critoph, Doug Sucher, Todd Clay, Sandy Christian. Not pictured: Sharon McRae, Bob Cross, Bob Chatham, Louis Phillips, Dean Turner, Mr. Cummings. Sigma Pi Kappa Sigma Pi Kappa is the local journalism honorary at Stetson. Members are selected on the basis of outstanding work in the field of journalism. A member of the honorary each year serves as chairman of the Publica- tions Board. Sigma Pi Kappa strives to develop a higher standard of journalism at Stetson and to support the efforts of university publications. Row J: Todd Clay, Joanne Field, Dave Stacy. Row 2: Carol Robb, Bob Chatham. 50 Row J: Donald Clark, Steve Ennis, Jim Chaplin, president. Bob Eslinger, secretary. Row 2: Me! Rodelli, Tom Riden, Ron Peacock, Joe Garner. Row 3; Don Coonley, Bill Schneider. Not pictured: Doug AAcKittrick, Jim Terrell. M en s Council Men ' s Council serves as a link between the Uni- versity men and the ad- ministration. It strives to develop a sense of re- sponsibility and high standard of conduct in each Stetson man. The Men ' s Council reviews all violations of men ' s conduct rules and regu- lations and recommends appropriate action to the Dean of Men. The Men ' s Council is composed of twelve members, three sopho- mores, four juniors, and five seniors. Tenure is school career. Row ;.- John Haire. Row 2: Bill Mori lace, Howard Duckworth. Ed Coven, John Hart, Jack Dawson. Row 3: John Horn, Dave Ledden, Stan Wal- 51 Women ' s Executive Council, Row I: Judy Campi ell, president; Edwinna Murphy, Diane Gentry, Leighan Roberts, Bev Wilson, Leanne McGinnis. Row Z.- Evelyn Rikard, Donna Dollens, Jennie Dekle, Sara Booth, Mary Beth Locke, Sandy Lewton. Women ' s Council THE WOMEN ' S EXECUTIVE COUNCIL is composed ' of the presidents of each dorm as well as other elected representatives. Their duty is to formulate the rules which govern all women students and to review all of the more serious disciplinary problems. They have been responsible for the innovation of such privileges as the women ' s Senior Key. This reflects the emphasis which is being placed on individual freedom and responsi- bility. THE WOMEN ' S HOUSE COUNCILS are responsible for the general functioning of the residence halls on campus. The duties of the councils range from planning socials for the residents during the holi- days to issuing such disciplinary action as may be necessary. Emily House Council Sandy Lewton, president; Betty Turner, Teresa Singley, Roberta Nelson, Olive Westberry, Kim Ballard, Brenda Bramlitt, and Sherwood Hoadley. 52 Stetson House Council Row ; Judy Johnston, Yvonne Thompson, Sara Booth, president; Donna Derricks, and Carole Moore. Row 2: Judy Swanson, Kaye Wachsmith, Judy Brown- son, Peggy White, and Anne Stephens. Conrad House Council Eva Haig, Carol Cresswell, Mary Beth Locke, president; Frances Daniels, and Nancy Pries. Chaudoin House Council Row 1: Carol Wilson, Diane Gentry, presi- dent; Katie Hench, Pat Morris. Row 2: Joyce Deaton, Jennie Dekle, Judy Rogers, Diane Doubleday, and Barbara Goodson. 53 Junior Counselors, Row I: Ginger Barnett, Carol Dill, Donna Dollens, Linda Gregory, Karen Home, Leanne McGinnis, Peggy Justice, Denise Wall, Phyllis McDaniels. Row 2; Carol Robb, Mary McEniry, Gloria Miersfein, Noel deLesdernier, Nancy Crable, Anne Rogers, Mary Llew Browne, Barbara Chapman, Karen Kane, Marilyn Raynal, Cissy Harris, Francene Smith, Sandy Christian, Claudine Walker, Marty Farrington, Addie Conklin. Junior Counselors The Junior Counselor program is presently completing its second year in operation. Junior counselors are selected from sophomore girls and they participate in a series of training sessions. The system was initiated to help fresh- man women adjust more easily to college life, with the junior counselor providing a source of answers, opinions, and experienced advice. A genuine interest in helping others is the main qualification, and the girls often go on to further work in personnel work or guidance coun- selling. Resident Advisors The responsibility of the men on the Residence Hall Staff is a large one. They are there to counsel and advise the men residents of the university, and in general, supervise the dorm life. Men wishing to be on the staff must complete an application, two in- terviews, and a role-playing ses- sion. They are selected by the two head residents and Dean Baggett. ' Tf ' ' f % 54 Resident Advisers, Row ?: Chuck Bugg, Steve Harkins, Bing Vick, Hoyt Edge, Dave McFarland. Row 2: Ron Peacock, Chris Criswell, Bud Kirk, Skip Broome, Sven Lovegren. Row 3; Jim Nelson, Paul Mitchell, Don Clark, Jim Chaplin, Ian Patterson, Pete Hogue, Charles Lipthrott. Religious Life Council The Religious Life Council consists of the presidents and elected repre- sentatives from each of the various religious organizations on campus. Under the supervision of Mr. Jack Mabry, the council sponsors Religious Emphasis Week each spring, and un- dertakes other religious-connected projects during the year. Council members: Joanne Field, Mr. Frank Sparrow, Skip Broom Dr. Joiner, and Sherwood Hoadley. Not present are: Mr. Mabry, Peral, Mary Beth Locke, and Dean Stewart. Paul Mitchell, Sally Jarmen, Mr. Bob Mowery, r. Colwell, Richard Ginn, Jay Nunley, Donna Ministerial Association Members of the Ministerial Association here at Stetson University include those men of various denominations who are interested in the mini- sterial or Christian Educations fields. The mem- bers include many student ministers, and take an active part in religious activities on campus. The Ministerial Association presents speakers for vespers and radio services, as well as supplying pre achers when requested. Ministerial Association members. Row h Sven Lovegren, Eldon Strawn, Paul Hockett, Wayne Dixon, Terry Kelly, Bill Maebert, Russ Rasco, Chuck Bugg. Row 2: John Hart, Hoyt Edge, Nestor DeArmas, Wally Hill, Randy Payne, Sam Gladding, Al Lee, Bill Mock. Row 3: Dr. Earl Joiner, Paul Martin, Joel Bagnal, Gerald Simmons, Barry Reid, Ken Steele, James Powell, Tony Hopper, Dudley Cawthon, Dixon Free, Joe Scoggins, Gary Simpson, and John Perry. Not pictured: Randy Hird. 55 Baptist Student Union The warm atmosphere of Allen Hall, home of the BSD, is inviting to all students. The Mabrys— a vital part of all BSU activities. Executive Council: Row ?: Judie McGee, Barbara Chapman, Diane Gentry, Marvean Lombard. Row 2: Russ Rasco, Chuck Bugg, Joanne Field, Don tingle, Hoyt Edge, Susan Pritchard, Sven Lovegren, Randy Payne, Skip Broome. Daytona Beach provides an informal meeting place for many BSU members. Good attendance is a mark of many successful BSU events. 56 Freshman Council: Row 1 : Linda Priddy, Barbara Goodson, Alice Field. Row 2: Bing Vick, Alice Howard, Paul Martin, Lynda Clenney, Hoyt Edge. Mr. Rollins and Paul Wrenn help entertain at Spring Banquet. Two of the goals of the Baptist Student Union are to relate the student properly to his church and de- nomination, and to promote spiritual and moral growth through the program it offers. Baptist stu- dents on campus comprise the membership of the B.S.U. and activities are planned and directed by the Freshman and Executive Councils which are elected annually. B.S.U. activities begin a week before the fall semester opens with a pre-school retreat at the MYF camp in Leesburg. The party during Orientation Week, this year entitled Polynesian Paradise, is always one high- light of the year. Regularly scheduled activities dur- ing the year include vesper services several evenings each week, a discussion group each Saturday, morn- ing watch at seven on Friday morning, and fellow- ships on alternate Sunday evenings. Study breaks are offered during each final exam period, as well as many other socials throughout the year. Puzzled spectators enjoy Sunday night fellowship led by chairman Chuck Bugg. The Spring Banquet was enjoyed in the tradition of the " Deep South. " Enrichment of spiritual life is gained at weekly vesper services. gy Row I: Roman Lannes, Marcos Lorenzo, Joel Levy, Bucky White, Richard Done, Louis Ceballo, Bob Renfroe, Joaquin Rodriguez, Max Keller, Gaston Vidana, Paul Hockett, Pete Lieberman, Richard Holifield, Leopold Alard, Roberto Oliva. Row 2: Brilly Carter, Carol Taylor, Julie Scott, Babs Mullins, Gail Brockett, Ed Furlong, Bonnie Moffat, Gail Gordon, Becky Brown, Andrea Bagley, Chris Oddo, Melissa Freeland, Ramon Vega, Dottie Coleman, Jeanne Howard, Margaret Jones, Ann Eller, Miss Charlotte Smith, Mr. G. Hood, Anne Foster, Mr. Thwing, Jane Furlong, Dorothy Tharpe, Bill Harrell, Tom Greenhaw. Row 3: Remon Gonzalez, Charles Day, Carol Dill, Ramon Gonzalez, Sr., Father Lawson, Amilia Brown, Bill Gress, Tom Tucker, Mary Bues, Carolyn Damianos, Dave Spitzer, Tony Hopper, Jim Davis, Victor Reasoner. Canterbury House Canterbury House is the organization of Episco- pal students and faculty at Stetson. Its activities include supper followed by a program and Even- song, Wednesday morn- ing Holy Communion, and various parties, ban- quets, and dances. Its members are closely re- lated to the life of St. Barnabas Parish, serving as acolytes, lay readers, and members of the choir. The House plans to donate the altar for the new church build- ing. Father Lawson chats with a group of Canterburians in the garden. 58 Wesley Foundation Wesley Foundation, sponsored by the Meth- odist Church, fosters Christian fellowship and serves as a liason be- tween religious and academic life. Programs are planned by student members, aided by Dr. Colwell, and include re- treats, suppers, and fire- side chats. Members work with the Methodist Childrens Home in En- terprise, and support a foster child. Wesley is currently redecorating their new house. J W Row I: Dr. Carter Colwell, Dave MacFarland, Kathy Kegley, Custer Whiteside, Dave Rosselle. Row 2: Addie Conklin, Margaret Gray, Helen Miller, John Miller. Row 3: Arlen Rybolt, Linda Landers, Edie Gennung, Tom Pipher, Sandra Shippey. Row 4: Richard Ginn, Huck Young, David LaVoy, Sherry Wheeler, Mary Ann Morris, Bruce Mullin, Jann Plummer. Not Pictured: Rita Glaze. Christian Scientists " To those leaning on the sustaining infinite, today is big with blessing. " Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy. This doctrine expresses a ba- sic belief of the society of Christian Scientists, whose student members work for and within the denomination and par- ticipate in activities in the society. Mr. Frank Sparrow, adviser, Sherwood Hoadiey, president, Sandy Minor, vice-president, Marian Tokieda. 59 Lutheran Students Association The Lutheran Students Association serves as a liason between the church and the campus life of the students. During the past year L.S.A. has sponsored several discussions with such guest speakers as Dr. Nolan and students from Bethune Cookman College. It has also pre- sented " Table Talks " with Reverend Jacobson as moderator. Row 7: Liz Moran, secretary. Penny Ninow, vice-president, Paul Mitchell, president. Penny Hook, Nancy Courchaine. Row 2: Joe Thayer, Rick Knapp, Paul Blank, Mary Beth Locke, Darryl Cowden, Bonnie Knights, Mr. Bob Mowery, sponsor. Not pic- tured: Reverend Jacobson, sponsor. Disciples Student Fellowship The Disciples Student Fellowship is composed of the students and faculty of the Christian Church. Members work and serve in many as- pects of church life. Bi- weekly meetings at the church or at private homes on Sunday eve- ning are the scene of study and discussion groups and fellowships. The group also partici- pates in campus reli- gious activities and is represented on the Re- ligious Life Council. Row I: Ralph Ellenburg, Mary Alice Wilson, Elizabeth Wick, Sally Jarman, president. Row 2: Dr. Malcolm Wynn, Allen Watts, Reverend Bernard Meece, Thomas Bullers, Jerous Vincent. 60 Omicron Delta Kappa OFFICERS Charles Lipthrott— PresWenf Jim yerreW— Vice-President Bill Baggeft— Secrefary Bob Keith— Treasurer Omicron Delta Kappa heads the list of men ' s honoraries at Stetson. Its two main objectives are the encouragement of general campus citizenship and the recognition of men who have attained a high standard of efficiency in collegiate ac- tivities. This national leadership society strives to bring to- gether the most representative men in all phases of college life: faculty members, administrative officials, and students. ODK sponsors Green Circle, a leadership honorary for sopho- more men, and with Mortar Board presents the Freshmen Leadership Banquet and the Homecoming Leadership Ban- quet. Faculty members of ODK not pictured include: Dr. Richard Morland, Mr. Ray Sowers, Mr. Richard Pearce, Mr. Richard Feasel, Prof Harold Giffin, Dean Hood, Dean Mc- Eniry, Dr. J. OIlie Edmunds, Dr. Gilbert Lycan, Dr. Gene Med- lin. Dr. Gibson, Dr. Beiler, Mr. Paul Parker, Dr. Hague, Mr. David Beights. Charles Lipfhrott Mr, Fred Messersmith Dean Stewart Jim Terrell 61 Dr, Mary Louise Gehring Diane Gentry Miss Jackie Hogue Frances Lyie Kenny Butler Carol Clark Carolyn Crowley Carolyn Damlanos Dr. Elsie Minter Edwinna AAurphey Miss Barbara Rowe Dean Etter Turner Mortar Board r:rr» ' OFFICERS Carolyn Damianos— President Edwinna Murphey— Vice-President Carolyn Crowley— Secretary Frances LyIe— Treasurer The highest honor Stetson can bestow upon its women is membership in Mortar Board. A national senior wo- men ' s honorary, Mortar Board selects its members on the basis of leadership, schol- arship and service. In the field of leadership, Mortar Board sponsors, with Omicron Delta Kappa, the traditional Freshman Leader- ship Banquet and the annual Homecoming Leadership Ban- quet. Mortar Board also recognizes outstanding wo- men leaders each year with a Women ' s Leadership Ban- quet. To promote scholarship. Mor- tar Board has sponsored a series of faculty " Last Lec- tures, " and a round table dis- cussion on graduate study. In addition. Mortar Board sponsors the Tassel, gives an annual Smarty Party for Freshman scholars, and rec- ognizes worthwhile campus contributions through " Mor- tar Board Salutes " in the Re- porter. 62 Row I: Violet Hicks, Marty Farrington, Linda Gregory, president, Mary Bues, Frances Lyie, Carolyn Damianos. Row 2: Dr. Gerald Critoph, sponsor, Liz Moran, Sherry Wheeler, Chuck Bugg, Wayne Dixon, Dick Gibson. Scroll and Key The Order of Scroll and Cey is a scholastic hono- ary whose membership 5 comprised of those tudents within the up- j)er five percent of the unior and Senior classes vho have a minimum jrade-point average of 1.5. he organization, which as begun on March 1, 940, has as its purpose ie honoring of that p i r i t of scholarship hich counts as an inte- ral part of it, the un- erstanding of how to ve and enjoy life, in s social, physical, and oiritual aspects. Phi Society Phi Society is a scholastic honorary sponsored by faculty members of Phi Beta Kappa. Members are tapped from fresh- men in the School of Liberal Arts who main- tain a 2.5 average their freshman year. Phi So- ciety annually sponsors the Quiz Bowl, holds an initiation banquet in the spring, and this year sponsored a Quiz Bowl at Homecoming. Row I: Suzanne Jacobs, treasurer, Vernon Cope, president, Carolyn Dan Edwinna Murphey, Ray Smith, Frances LyIe, Wayne Dixon. ' ice-president, Carolyn Crowley. Row 2: Dick Gibson, 63 The Tassel Tassel is the sophomore women ' s honorary and was founded by Mortar Board in the spring of 1961. Members are se- lected by Mortar Board at the end of each year on the basis of leader- ship potential, high character, and a high scholastic average. With the aid of Green Circle, Tassel sponsors the regional parties dur- ing Orientation Week, and assists the Admis- sions office in the spring. Members serve as host- esses for the Last Lecture series. Tassel members also aid Green Circle in registration at Homecom- ing, and work as hostes- ses at Parents ' Weekend openhouses. Row I: Marty Farrington, Addie Conklin, Carol Robb, Patti Paulk, Betty Deal. Row 2; Donna Dollens, Karen Kane, Cissy Harris, Barbara Chapman, Linda Gregory, Nancy Crable, Liz Wick, president. Not pictured: Liz Moran, Margaret Jones, Carol Cress- well, Leighan Roberts. Green Circle Sponsored by Omicron Delta Kappa, Green Cir- cle is an honorary for the recognition of sopho- more men who excel in scholarship and leader- ship. It was organized in the spring of 1959. Green Circle and Tassel, the corollating women ' s honorary, cooperate on campus activities. They worked together in plan- ning the regional parties during Orientation Week. This year. Green Circle was in charge of alum- nae registration during Homecoming. Row I; Ron Peacock, Bruce Haulman, Richard Ginn, Bob Snowden. Row 2; David LaVoy, Ed Mulock, presicJent, Chuck Bugg. Not pictured: Jim Chaplin, Grover Wilkins. 64 Beta Beta Beta On April 9, 1946, Dr. P. A. Yancey installed the Beta Xi chapter of Beta Beta Beta at Stetson. There are 76 other chap- ters in the United States, Asia, and the Caribbean region. Beta Beta Beta is affiliat- ed with the American Society for the advance- ment of Science and has the three-fold purpose of increasing interest in biology, stimulating sound scholarship, and encouraging biological research. Row I; Annette Morris, Sandra Beasley, Violet Hicks, Denise Wall. Row 2: Cecil Collins, president, Dr. Prichard, Miss Fuller, Dr. Hansen. Kappa Delta Pi Founded June 8, 191 1, at the University of Illi- nois by the Illinois Edu- cation Society, Kappa Delta Pi attempts to pro- mote a closer bond among students of Edu- cation. It encourages scholarly achievement and the pursuit of worthy educational goals. Stetson ' s Zeta Tau Chap- ter members are chosen from junior and senior education students hav- ing a 1.8 overall aver- age. Members act as hostesses to state regional confer- ences and have pub- lished material used in the Internship Seminars. Row ?: Dr. Ruth I. Smith, faculty member, Gwen DeVane, Frances Daniel, Edwinna Murphey, president, Harry Whitley, treasurer, R. L. Carter, faculty member. Row 2: Sandra Christian, vice-president, Linda Gregory, historian, Carol Hahn, Katie Bench, Sandy Lewton, Addie Conklin, Mary Emma Swallows, Dr. F. R. Tubbs, adviser, Bev Wilson, secretary. 65 Kappa Pi Kappa Pi is Stetson ' s na- tional art fraternity. It exists to recognize out- standing achievement in art. Kappa Pi strives to stimulate interest and appreciation in art, and to encourage creative activity on the campus. Row 7: Kenny Butler, Carol Clark, Linda Gilder, Judy Brownson. Row 2; Kay Allen Wilson, Nancy Irish, AAr. smith, Suzanne Jacobs, Mr. Eugene Bunker, Kay Mathewson, Mr. Louis Freund, Tuck Cooke. Kappa Mu Epsilon Florida Alpha chapter of Kappa AAu Epsilon, Stet- son ' s mathematics hono- rary, was established in 1960. It is composed of student and faculty mem- bers who are outstand- ing in the field of mathe- matics. Its objectives are to fur- ther interest in mathe- matics; to develop an ap- preciation of the power and beauty of mathe- matics; and to familiarize members with advances being made in mathe- matics. Row 7: Dr. Elizabeth Boyd, Mary Sues, Olive Westberry (pres.). Penny Peabody (vice-pres.), Sylvia Bicksler (secretary). Shannon Cooper (treasurer). Dr. Gene Medlin (faculty adviser). Row 2; Mr. Robert Wood, Frances Lyie, Karen Williams, Carol Garland, Penny Ninow, Marilyn Zupsich, Eva May Haig, Liz Moran, Janice Russak. Row 3; Sherwood Hoadley, Dan Mundrick, Mr, Emmett Ashcraft, Peter Hogue, Al Barrett. 66 Phi Alpha Theta Phi Alpha Theta is the national honorary in his- tory. Stetson ' s Alpha Zeta Chapter was in- stalled in 1942. The fra- ternity has over 215 chapters. On our campus it has a high percentage of faculty membership. Row 1: Dr. Roland Armour, Dr. Gerald Critoph, Tina Cunningham, Dr. Evans Johnson, Colonel H. V. Mansfield. Row Z.- Ronald Cole, John Pickering, Ray Smith, Allen Newman, Jerry Studier, Richard Ulack. Not pictured: Richard W. Pearce, John A. Hague, Malcolm Wynn, Ellis H. Wilson, Robert S. Chauvin, Ranklin P. West, David Turner Matthews, Paul C. Parker, Wm. Hugh McEniry, Leroy D. Lawson, Paul A. Drimmel, Richard B. Morland, Harold J. Schultz, Gilbert L. Lycan, William Wright. Pi Kappa Delta The nation ' s largest for- ensic fraternity is Pi Kap- pa Delta. Stetson ' s mem- bers belong to Florida Beta chapter. Pi Kappa Delta exists to acknowledge outstand- ing participation and achievement in intercol- legiate debate, discus- sion, and in related areas of speech. Its members participate in national forensic contests, spon- sor forums, and promote interest in debate. Row : Robert Alford, Dr. Mary Louise Gehring, Miss Betty Mack, JoAnna Conte, Jerry Studier. Row 2: Allen Newman, Tom Peters, Chuck Bugg, Bobby Muse, Richard Karberg. 67 Sigma Delta Pi Initiated to disseminate a wider knowledge of the Hispanic contributions to modern culture, and to foster friendly relations and cooperative spirit between the nations of Hispanic speech and Eng- lish, Sigma Delta Pi con- tributes to the increase of Pan American ameni- ty- The national Spanish honorary, Sigma Delta Pi each year awards medals to outstanding Spanish students in this county ' s high schools. Row J: Dixie Andrews, Jill Nunez, Fred DeArmas, Bobbie Nelson. Row 2: Berta Smith, Sandra McCord, Jackie Allen, Nisa Walker. Sigma Tau Delta Sigma Tau Delta is the national professional English honorary. Mem- bership in Stetson ' s Gam- ma Zeta Chapter is the reward for exceptional scholarship in the field of English, each member having at least nine hours of English with a " B " average. Sigma Tau Delta pro- motes the mastery of written expression, en- courages worthwhile reading, and fosters a spirit of fellowship among students specia- lizing in English. Row J: Joanne Field, treasurer, Wayne Dickson, president, Katie Hench, vice-president, Albert Smith, secretary. Row 2: Claudine Walker, Mary Emma Swallows, Edwinna Murphey, historian, Carolyn Damianos, marshal. 68 Theta Alpha Phi Theta Alpha Phi, the na- tional dramatics and speech honorary, is de- signed to increase in- terest, stimulate creativi- ty, and foster achieve- ment in the allied arts and crafts of the theatre. Members of the Stetson chapter are chosen from those excelling in Stover Theatre productions. A member must first have belonged to P I a y e r s ' Guild and have accumu- lated points av arded for activity in theatrical fields. Row 7: Nancy Hagle, Carolyn Stecker, Mary Harris, Dr. Mary Louise Gehrmg, Joanna Conte, Carol Taylor, Miss Betty Mack. Row 2; Benjamin Griffiths, Dr. Gerald Critoph, Colonel H. V. Mansfield, Mr. Walter Sonnenburg, John Burchette, Dr. William Kow i: oeniamin orirriins, ur. oeraia ..riiupn, v. Taylor. Not pictured: Butch Padgett, Allen Newman. Players Guild For the past tv o years the Players ' Guild of Sto- ver Theatre has been un- der the sponsorship of Mr. Walt Sonnenburg and has been the pro- moter of the Fine Arts Film Festival held each semester on Stetson ' s campus. The purpose of Players ' Guild is to train students for membership in Theta Alpha Phi and to provide an active or- ganization for all stu- dents interested in work- ing in the theatre. The Players ' Guild provides lectures, experimental productions, and trips to other colleges. Row !.- Gail Brockett, Earl Galitz, Mary Ellen Hooker, Julie Lay, corresponding secretary, Glenn Baldwin, president. Row S.- Walter Sonnenburg, sponsor, Rocki Campbell, Susan Foster, Diane Strickland, Tom Parrot, Andy Coutanf, recording secretary. Row 3: Louis Phillips, president of Film Club, Gena Medrano, Chris Hedrick, Sue Lutz, Mary Swallows. Row 4: Sarj Stecker, Mildred Powe, Richard Karberg, Larry Olin, Liz Rogers. 69 Row 7; Dave MacFarland, Carolyn Wilson, Dr. Ruth I. Smith, Gwen DeVane, Frances Daniel, Mary Emma Swallows, Sally Jarman, Addie Conklin, Marvean Lombard, Roger Weldon Dixon. Row 2; Dr. F. R. Tubbs, Marlene Christmas, Mary Llew Browne, Helena Wood, June Wirsing, Donna Dollens, Linda Gregory, Ginny Schibanoff, Sandra Kay Parsons, Penny Ninow, Dell Marie Mikell, Kathy Kegley, Nancy Courchaine, Sandy Christian, Patti Dansyear, Carl G. Monson. Student Florida Education Association The Student Florida Edu- cation Association, a pro- fessional organization for prospective teachers, is designed to aid educa- tion majors in developing an organization which is an integral part of state and national education associations, in growing professionally, and in gaining practical experi- ence in working together on the problems of the profession. The Stetson chapter of SFEA is a member of both the National and the Florida Education As- sociations. The internship seminar marks the final educational experience for those students planning to teach. 70 Stetson Student Traffic Department The Stetson Student Traf- fic Department was cre- ated in 1961 by the Stu- dent Government for the purpose of organizing, administering, and en- forcing traffic procedures on the DeLand campus in the best interest of ad- ministration, faculty, and students. Achievements for this year include the estab- lishment of a new park- ing lot, the re-paving of all old lots, and the re- distribution of parking spaces on campus. Members of the Traffic Department, Row J; Ron Johnson, Tina Swinney, Patty Snow, and Ned Julian. Row 2: Charles Lip- throtf, Dean Baggett, Todd Clay, and Steve Busey. Student Patrolmen are: Bob Harrison, Bill Fortson, Serge Sanchez, and Chick Prosser. Dance Club The Dance Club, which had its beginning last Spring, is under the sponsorship of Mrs. Fran Carlton, and consists of ten active members at the present time. During the. first semester the group worked-out during its meetings and is now doing interpretations. Later in the year the group presented the fol- lowing programs: the Homecoming Assembly, " The Emotions of a Wo- man, " a presentation for the Association of Uni- versity women, and the program for the Intra- murals Banquet. Active members of the Dance Club are. Row I: Mary Yetter, Sandy Hardy, Alice Schneider. Row 2: Jenny Holtzendorf, Sandy Hill, and Lorrie Hutching. Not pictured are: Huck Young, Judy Campbell, Sarah Anthony. 71 Young Republicans The Young Republicans group on campus was founded in 1961. Spon- sored by the DeLand Re- publican Club, it works to stimulate interest in political issues and to in- crease support of political candidates. The Young Republicans sponsor lec- tures and meetings with visiting political figures, striving for a more in- formed voting public. Row U Ann Nash, Glenna Tippett, Heather Holly. Row 2: Dave Spitle Morgan, Larry Domonkos, Robert Alfort, Robert Renfroe. John Cochrane, Jim Davis, president, Dave Phi Beta Phi Beta Fraternity taps those young women who have been outstanding in music. It is a national fraternity striving for pro- fessional achievements in music or in dramatics, high ideals in woman- hood and scholarship. Phi Beta members serve as hostesses for all mu- sical activities on cam- pus. They are also in charge of the annual Freshman Talent Show and last Spring presented a recital of contemporary music as well. 72 Row J: Diane Gentry, president, Chris Burns, corresponding secretary, Len McCroskey, vice-president, Sandy Smith, recording secretary, Betty Deal, treasurer. Row 2; Barbara Lubbers, Claudia Callaway, Margaret Cox, Diane Har- man, Judy Reed, Ann Whitlock. Row 3; Carol Rutan, Sally Stinson, Dianne Matthews. Row 4: Liz Wolfe, Marybeth Pye, Miss Eleanor Leek, adviser. Concert Choir First Soprano: Rita Jane Dodd, Monica Hester, Sally AAiddleton, Jill Nicholson, Linda Priddy, Joyce Smith, Oneita Waters, Carolyn Whittenburg, Priscilla Winn, Shirley Wooten. Second Soprano: Ruth Covard, Gloria Hunter, Priscilla Jones, Grace Kirkpatrick, Gail Mauldin, Page Nordan, Judith Reed, Ivey Strock, Brenda Varner, Brenda Wentz. firsf Alto: Karen Anderson, Diane Bethea, Linda Claypool, Sue Crum, Donna Dollens, Hunter Jordan, Mary Ann Mallard, Juliet Richards, Margaret Starkey, Ann Whitlock. Second Alto: Sarah Ashcraft, Elizabeth Bedsole, Margaret Cox, Caryl Giffin, Susan Mallard, Alice Mathewson, Anne Stephens, Caroline Stevens, Marilyn Stinson, Elizabeth Watson. First Tenor: James Austin, Eugene Bridges, John Perry, Bingham Vick, Grover Wilkins. Second Tenor; Peter Heebner, Jon Hunt, Donald Lingle, Paul Martin, James Powell, Kenneth Steele, Harry Whitley, first Bass: John Burchette, Harvey Burgett, Tucker Cooke, Dan Crum, Steward DeLoach, Douglas Morris, Thomas Thornton. Second Bass: Paul Blank, Douglas Butler, Wayne Hebden, Marvin Holladay, Jackie Robinson, Richard Wall. Harold M. Giffin— D ' rector Genera Manager— John Burchette Student Directors— Judith Reed, Grover Wilkins Soloists: Monica Hester, Page Nordan, Elizabeth Bedsole, James Austin, Grover Wilkins, John Bur- chette, Jackie Robinson. Duet Teams: Page Nordan and James Austin; Monica Hester and Grover Wilkins. Mixed Quartets: Monica Hester, Elizabeth Bedsole, James Austin, Jackie Robinson, Page Nordan, Elizabeth Bedsole, James Austin, John Burchette. Accompanists: Marilyn Stinson, piano; Douglas Butler, organ. HAROLD M. GIFFIN The Concert Choir is the " touring group, " singing in and out of state, as well as at University events such as Convocation, Christmas program, Homecoming, Commencement, Chapel services and Home Concert. This year ' s Christmas program included Bach ' s " Mag- nificat, " , and Respighi ' s " Laud To The Nativity. " Nico- lai ' s " Merry Wives of Windsor " was presented with Stover Theatre, and the Choir, University Chorus, and Orchestra together participated in the world premier of Henry Cowell ' s work during Student Christian Week. Concert Choir members hurry to be on time for chapel services in Elizabeth Hall 73 University Chorus Soprano: Grace Kirkpatrick, Sally Middleton, Dorothy Tharp, Brenda Varner, Mary-Alice Wilson, Priscilla Winn, Ruth Colvard, Joyce Smith, Sandra Smith, Page Nordan, Hunt Jordan, Ann Whitlock, Linda Priddy, Lenora McCrosky, Oneita Waters, Merfltt Fishburne, Monica Hester, Elizabeth Wolfe, Judith McGee. Alto: Julia Brannam, Carol Cox, Patti Davidson, Jeanne Howard, Bonnie Knights, Camille Long, Mary Ann Mallard, Rebecca Nail, Peggy Starkey, Margaret Cox, Priscilla Jones, Susan Pritchard, Margaret Gray, Judith Jackson, Carol Hooker, Josephine Tiffany, Susan Mallard, Diane Bethea, Sue Crum, Gail Gordon, Elizabeth Bedsole, Linda Claypool. Bass: Paul Blank, Paul Dickey, Marvin Holladay, Douglas Morris, Charles Rogers, Webb Wiggins, John Burchette, Harvey Burgett, Charles Davis, Butch Spivey, Richard Wall, Douglas Butler, Thomas Thornton, Raymond Chaffin, Steward Deloach, Richard Gibson. Tenor: Bingham Vick, James Austin, Donald Lingle, Grover Wilkins, Harry Whitley, Kenneth Steele. Dr. Paul Langston— D ' rector Donald Lingle— Manager Thomas Thornton— Assistant Manager Elizabeth Wolfe— Librarian r wmk - ' f ' DEAN PAUL LANGSTON The University Chorus, under the direction of Dr. Paul Langston, Dean of the School of Music, is the second major choral group. Membership is by audi- tion. The group ' s fifth season was highlighted by their December concert with the Brass Choir, where the works of such noted composers as Gabrieli, Bach, and feritten were featured. As well as presenting concerts, the University Chorus can be heard at the chapel service each Friday morning. 74 In chapel the University Chorus participates with anthem and responses. Stetson University Band Always a vital factor in campus life, the Stetson University Band has risen to the top echelon of American university bands. The repertoire features a wide range of literature, and the roster includes students majoring in liberal arts and business, as well as students from the Music School. The Band prepares for a lawn concert. Conductor Richard Feasel Flute: Katharine Menefee, Diana Norton, Diane Herberholz, Barbara Shelton, Martha Beach, Rita Pfaller Judy Eger. Oboe: William Hartman, John Lozito. Bassoon; William Jokela, Jennie Dekle. Clarinet: Charles Bradbury, Elizabeth Deal, James Thompson, Carole Vanderwal, Penny Ninow, Lynn Gardner, Dianne Kisner, Linda Woofter, Nancy Barber, Mary Demirgian, Margaret Smith, Arthur Senn holtz, Donald Mason, Jeanette Francis, Ralph Ellenburg, Carol Blazer, Delle Harris. Soprano Clarinet: John McCarty. Bass Clarinet: Robert Schavel. Alto Saxophone: Ralph Hampton, Stephen Tice. Tenor Saxophone: Gerald Studier. Trumpet: William Bradshaw, Carol Rutan, Walter Bailey, James Ault, William Wright, Mickey Bumgarner, James Gentry, George Head, Richard Parsons. Horn: Barbara Lubbers, Jay Nunley, Robert Keith. Trombone: Michael Olsavsky, Kenneth Yount, John Melton, Raymond Chaffin, Roy Pickering, Gene Tunnell Baritone: John King. Tuba: Samuel Allen, Marjorie Sanders. Doub e Bass: Harriett Potter, Bruce Haulman. Percussion: Carol Moore, Donna Carr, Custer Whiteside, Jr., Yvonne Harrison, Claudia Callaway. Conductor: Richard Feasel Genera Manager: Walter Bailey Publicity Manager: Carol Moore Operations Manager: William Jokela Secretary-Treasurer: Elizabeth Deal Social Chairman: Barbara Lubbers 75 Stetson University Orchestra Violin I: Frances Buxton, Concertmaster, Marybeth Pye, Dianne Harman, Aimee Davies, Elizabeth Stanfield, Shirley Wooten, Mildred Hubbard. Violin II: Earl H. Galitz, Cornelia Shaw, Patricia Worden, Katherine Thomas, Elaine Rutledge, Anne Seay, Shirley Thorpe. Viola: Roger Casini, Ronald L. Boykin, Donna Carr, Edwin C. Coolidge, Charles Armbrust, Andrew Mezik. Ce o: Eleanor Leek, Christine Burns, Joan Shubella, Wendy Harmer. Bass: Ronald Weber, Harriet Potter, Lisa de Treville, Bruce Haulman. Flute: Katherine Menefee, Barbara Shelton. Oboe; William Hartman, John Lozito. CIsrinet: Charles Bradbury, Elizabeth Deal, James Thompson. Bassoon: William Jokeia. Horn: Barbara Lubbers, Jay Nunley, Robert Keith. Trumpet: William O. Bradshaw, Carol Rutan, Walter Bailey, James Ault. Trombone: Kenneth Yount, John R. Melton, Michael Olsavsky, Gene Tunnell. Tuba; Samuel Allen. Jympani: Carol Moore. Harp: Leslie Alexander. Conductor: Robert L. Hause Manager: William O. Bradshaw Assistant Manager: William Hartman Publicity: Carol Rutan Librarian: John R. Melton The Stetson University Orchestra is composed not only of Stetson students but also of citizens from surround- ing communities. During the 1963-64 season the Orchestra presented memorable performances of Brahms " Symphony No. 3, " Bach ' s " Magnificat, " (along with the Concert Choir) and the world pre- miere of Henry Cowell ' s " The Creator. " Robert L. Hause, Conductor 76 Row ?: John Hampton, William Fagan, Robert Matthews, Robert Smith, John Francisco. Row 2; Rodger Bunnell, James Chaplin, LeRoy Rhode, Donald Clark, James Penney, Sven Lovegren. Row 5: Gary Formet, William Stark, Ronald Peacock, Dewey Terrell, Maxwell Cleland, Grover Wilkins, Russell Rasco. Scabbard and Blade Scabbard and Blade is a national military honor society for senior ROTC cadets who have developed and fostered the ideals and practice of military education in the United States. Its purpose is primarily to raise the standard of military edu- cation in American colleges and universities. The Stetson University Company D-10 was founded in 1951. Presently commanded by -Cadet Robert Matthews, the Company has Miss Elaine Rutledge as its honorary sponsor and Captain Pershing Rifles is a national military honorary for basic ROTC Joe A. Brown as its regular Army adviser. Scabbard and cadets. It promotes proficiency and interest in the basic pro- Blade ' s Turkey Shoot is always a high money raiser at Green gram of ROTC. This year ' s commander is Cadet Rodger Bun- Feather, and Military Ball highlights the Spring social season. nell. Miss Peggy White is the Company ' s honorary sponsor. Regular Army adviser is Major Harry B. Stoudemire. The Pershing Rifles is noted for its polished marching formations which the group demonstrates at the Green Feather Charity Carnival, in local parades, and at drill meets. Pershing Rifles Row I: Robert Wells, Miss Peggy White, Major Harry B. Stoudemire, Tony Hopper. Row 2: Jan Smith, Tom Abbott, James Richter, Peter Dennis, James Davis. Row 3.- Jan Roberts, Ken Buckner, Ken Anderson, Henry Rosenbaum, Jack Butl er, John Hardman. Row 4: John Crowther, Richard Harmon, Don Wilcox, George Dorer, John Cochran, Dudley Cawthon. Row 5: William Cypress, Walter Hill, Tom Parrott, Bill Walker, Frank Carter, Bill Floyd, Charles Kleinschimidt, Richard Jones. 77 Military Army ROTC is designed to supply tine nation with qualified leaders of high morals and character. Through the ROTC program the quali- ties of leadership, patriotism, efficiency, loyalty, obedience, courage, duty and honor are developed. Graduates of the ROTC program have been prepared since the turn of the century to perform their responsibilities as citizens wherever the security of the United States is threatened by foes. Stetson ROTC men are serving with the Army from Viet Nam to Berlin with the same vigilance as their forefathers. ROTC is a four year program during which cadets take part in summer camp training, rifle matches, drill meets, parades, and spons or Mili- tary Week and the annual Military Ball. Outstanding basic cadets are tapped into Pershing Rifles and outstanding senior cadets into Scabbard and Blade. Those designated by the university and PMS as Distinguished Military Students are given the opportunity of entering the regular Army. Major Hewlett E. Rainer, Professor of Military Science. Cadet Mai. Don Clark Cadet Ma|. John Francisco Cadet Maj. John Hampton Cadet Col. Jim Terrell Cadet Maj. Robert Matthews Cadet Lt. Col. Leroy Rhodes Summer Camp Cadets complete a reconnaissance of the aggressor forces during maneuvers. Cadet Bill Pagan communicates to friendly forces during field training. 78 Freshmen preview the advantages of the ROTC progra Cadet Col. Brigade Commander Jim Terrell receives the colors. U X A I The Color Guard troops the line during company review. The companies promptly fall In line for drill practice. ROTC Color Guard 79 Capt. Myers receives his U. S. Army commendation Award. Major Rainer points out military tactics to cadets as a part of their training. T r K-f. f Military Constantly at Work Cadets Jim Terrell, Ron Peacock, Bill Stark receive avi ards for outstanding service. 80 The Pershing Rifles Drill Team leads the cadets in the traditional Deland Christmas Parade. Men Are Prepared for Summer Camp Happy soldiers return from rifle range hoping for a rest. K t .4 Cadets John Francisco and Robert Smith man machine guns in cadet maneuvers. Cadet Doug Sucher trains for firing on aggressor forces. Cadet Lt. Col. Leroy Rhodes gets the convoy moving for duty. 1964 Military Ball Queen Contestants Charltta LarsgarcJe Terri Jo Kennedy Peggy White Leslie Alexander Elaine Rutledge g j JUJ 83 Cheerleaders Sarah Cole, Caryl Giffin, Francene Smith, Peggy White, Diane Strickland, Cissy Harris, Linda Guenther, Ke- vin Davis, and Kathy Giffin. Stetson ' s cheerleaders not only lead the spectators in cheers at soccer and basketball games, but they also partici- pate in such activities as pep rallies and bonfires, which are designed to raise school spirit. Diane Strickland is captain of the group this year. " Prof " Giffin lends his able assist- ance as director. 84 if i Row 1: Verle Beebe, Larry Hartsfield, Skip Broome, Denise Wall, Dave Bena, Tad Jones, Dale Schlenker. Row 2: Marion Moorman, Ron Allison, Bill Breyer, Dale Mas- sing, Dick Childs, Gene White. Row 3: Skip Wagner, Larry Spoon, Jay Landers, Cesar Giminez, Bill Harrell. Row 4: Ted Brousseau, Colonel Mansfield, Adrian Bambini, John Mayer, Jay Carter. Row 5: Bill Clark, Bob Paschal, Ken Kincaid, Jack Sparks. S Club S Club is an organization composed of those who have earned a letter in varsity sports. Each year after being notified- of their award, the candidates for membership are conducted through an initiation. During the year, S Club is in charge of procuring ads for the basketball programs and selling them at each home game. Other activities such as pulling childrens ' floats in the Christmas parade and conducting Rat Court during Orientation Week take up their spare time when they are not participating in their respective sports. Don ' t you wish you had worn your rat cap? The S Club gives a free hair cut. Sandy Edinger puts additional ' make-up " on freshman at Rat Court. 85 Soccer Stetson ' s varsity soccer team under the helm of Coach Berner " booted " its way to an, impressive 3-5 season this year. With two vfttories over Jacksonville ' s Dolphins and a 2-1 opset over arch- rival Rollins, the Hatters showed promise of eventually developing into more of a contender in the Florida Intercollegiate Conference. Our two losses to perennial powerhouse, Miami, a primarily foreign team, were expected as usual. The team was led by eight returning lettermen including Ralph Youngerman, Dennis Skelton, Dave Smith, Dave Tucker, Phil Baker, Gene White, Skip Broome, and Colonel Mansfield. Newcomer Tad Jones represented Stetson on the All Florida Intercollegiate Conference Team as well as being one of the scoring leaders. COACH WES BERNER Co-captains Ralph Youngerman and Dennis Skelton led this year ' soccer team. Fullback Jay Carter intercepts the ball before surprised Rollins Tar 86 Row 1: Vining Bigelow, Skip Broome, Dave Tucker, Jim Richter, Ralph Youngerman, Dennis Skelton, Jay Carter, Dan Skidmore, Phil Baker. Row 2: Buzz Horn, Jack Williams, Gene White, Dave Smith, Dave Bena, Ron Allison, Cesar Giminez, Dave Schlenker, Marion Moorman, Tad Jones, Richard Keigley, Clay Knowles, Randy Stokes, Colonel H. Mansfield, Bill Harrell, Ted Brousseau. Coach Wes Berner gives Dave Tucker a few last minute pointers during the half-time. «» •» Gene White blocks Jacksonville player ' s attempt at goal. 87 Jack Williams ponders over ways to increase his score. W Jay Carter has a well deserved refreshment before second half play. Soccer Team r r TWS 7 gy ' ■9tkJli All FIC, Tad Jones displays some ot his expert dribbling for fans. 88 uzz Horn inspires some team spirit in waning moments. n Action iFl_ I .IS Cesar Gimenez takes a glimpse at action while quenching his thirst. 1963 SOCCER RESULTS Stetson 2 Rollins 1 Stetson Miami 9 Stetson 1 Florida Southern 2 Stetson 3 Jacksonville 2 Stetson 1 Rollins 2 Stetson Miami n Stetson 3 Jacksonville 1 Stetson 1 Florida Southern 3 Gene White puts everything into the ball in action against Rollins. Goalie Dave Smith attempts another one of his all-important saves. 89 Basketball Stetson ' s Hatters continued their long lasting tradition by having its fourteenth con- secutive winning season. Coach Glenn Wilkes in his seventh year as Head Basketball Coach guided the team to a l ' 6-8 record in regular season play. Early in the year the Hi-Hats won the 100th game for Wilkes. This year Stetson faced what was probably its toughest schedule in the history of this traditional basketball power. A road trip taking the Green and White to St. Peters of New Jersey, lona of New York, and American University of Washington, D. C. proved o be a little too much for the Hats as they dropped all three. However, their fine play in the Hatter Invitational won them the second place trophy in a close 77-78 loss to Wofford of Spartanburg, S. C. Ten lettermen returned this year from last season ' s District 25 NAIA Championship team. Unable to find the right combination. Coach Wilkes shifted frequently his five starters. Bill Pickens, a b ' V " transfer from Georgia Southern held down the center post, picking off the most rebounds and scoring the most points on the team. Behind him were Ken Kincaid and Jack Sparks. Junior Bill Hester broke the school ' s record for the most points scored in a single game by pumping in 45 points against Tampa. Seniors Vernon Waters and Bobby Paschal along with junior Bill Clark turned in real clutch performances at forward. Tom Barnard, Jim Jarrett, Frank Shelton, and Jim Yaeger alternated at guard. Freshmen Steve Buchanan and Fred Bryant, while not playing too much, showed promise and got some varsity experience behind them. As the Hatter goes to press Stetson is on the way to another shot at the NAIA Finals in Kansas City, Missouri. COACH GLENN WILKES 1963-64 BASKETBALL RESULTS Waters swishes a fifteen foot jumper. Opponent Stetson Opponents Score Score Jacksonville 68 65 Georgia Southern 57 54 Belmont College 79 75 Wofford College 77 78 St. Peters 75 94 lona 46 73 American U. 80 116 Georgia Southern 69 59 McAlaster 75 71 Univ. of South 86 70 Mercer 72 62 Fla. Presby. 92 73 Rollins 96 61 Spring Hill 82 80 Miami 75 81 Fla. Southern 103 99 Mercer 89 70 Jacksonville 77 93 Fla. Southern 96 85 Rollins 106 65 Tampa 95 93 Miami 70 87 Tampa 117 96 Florida State 60 80 90 players listen to strategy. Row h Frank Shelton, Jim Yaeger, Tom Barnard, Bill Clark, Steve Buchanan. Row 2: Jack Sparks, Fred Bryant, Bill Pickens, Vernon Waters, Bill Hestor, Bobby Paschal. Vernon Waters gives Frank Shelton some words of encouragement before an important conference game. Coach Wilkes reviews games statistics. 91 Tom Barnard goes high against defender to build score. VERNON WATERS 92 JACK SPARKS Pickens drives in for a layup as Miami player watches. BILL PICKENS Again 6 ' 10 " Pickens puts up ball as Jarett jockeys for good rebounding position. 93 Junior forward, Bill " Candy Bar " Clark evades Mercer ' s defenders to dunk the ball FRED BRYANT Mercer players vie with Vernon Waters for the ball. STEVE BUCHANAN 94 A Rollins player tries hard 1o keep Tom Barnard from laying one in stetson ' s diamondmen opened their 1964 season at home on March 20 against Valdosta College. Head Coach " Doc " Johnson and assistant coach Bob Weickel had only five lettermen retur ning from the previous year. The rest of the team was composed of freshman talent. Again this year the big bats v ere carried by seniors, Verle Beebe and Dewey Terrell, along with co-captain Dale Massing. The pitching chores were handled by Dewey Terrell, John Mayer, and new-comers Craig Gru- ber, Sergio Sanchez, Gary Kappeler, Tom Linzee. Five double headers headline this year ' s schedule includ- ing games with five out-of-state nines. Baseball COACH " DOC " JOHNSON Row ;.• Gary McCartney, Marvin Mettery, Tom McLean, John Mayer, Gary Kappeler. Row 2: Jim Thomas, Bob Adsit, Dale Massing, Tom Linzee, Ted Troxel, Larry Harfsfield. Row 3; Verle Beebe, Rick Branan, Craig Gruber, Jim Parker, Serge Sanchez, Coach " Doc " Johnson. 96 Co-captain Dale Massing slides safely under the catcFier ' s glove into home plate during intra-squad game. lApril BASEBALL SCHEDULE-1964 March 20-21 Valdosta College at DeLand 25-26 Hampden-Sydney College af DeLand 27 Spring Arbor College at DeLand 28 Susquehanna University at DeLand 30-31 Pheiffer College at DeLand 3 Florida Southern College at Lakeland 4 Florida Southern College at DeLand (2 games) 10 Rollins College at DeLand (2 games) 1 1 Rollins College at Winter Park (2 games) 17 Tampa University at DeLand 1 8 Tampa University at Tampa (2 games) 24 University of Miami at DeLand 25 University of Miami at DeLand (2 games) 1 Jacksonville University at DeLand 2 Jacksonville University at Jacksonville (2 games) May Pitcher Tom Linzee takes a fe i-up pitches before 97 Pitcher Serge Sanchez takes a slight lead off first base while the first baseman waits for a pick-off attempt. Baseball Rookie Tom Linzee hits a liner during special hitting practice for pitchers. Co-captain Verl Beebe, last year ' s leading hitter, gets set in batter ' s box. •J- . ' ' - tZ . . ' ' «ki--- ' Golf Two invitational tournaments, the Florida Invitational Inter- collegiate Golf Tournament and the University of Miami Invitational Golf Tournament highlight the agenda for Stetson ' s linksmen this year. Coach Wes Berner had three returning lettermen: All Flori- da Intercollegiate Conference Choice, Sandy Edinger; Dick Childs, and Skip Beckwith. With these men leading the way. Stetson ' s team provid- ed rough competition for op- posing colleges. Sophomore Steve Henderson and Freshmen Bobby Reese and Gary Simpson all shot fine golf as first year men. GOLF SCHEDULE March 5-6-7 Florida Invitational Intercollegiate Golf Tournament 12 Florida Southern College (dual) 26-27-28 University of Miami Invitational Golf Tournament April 2-3-4 All Florida College Golf Tournament 10 Florida Southern College (dual) 13 Florida Intercollegiate Golf Tournament COACH WES BERNER Coach Berner, Skip Beck- with, Sandy Edinger, Steve Henderson, Dick Childs, Gary Simpson, Bobby Reese. 99 Tennis TENNIS SCHEDULE March 9 University of Florida 14 Florida Southern College 20 Valdosta State 21 Valdosta State 23 Georgia Tech 25 Cumberland College 26 Valdosta State 27 Mercer University 28 Emory University April 1 Duke University 4 Davidson College 7 Florida Southern 1 1 Emory University 15 Rollins College 18 Florida Presbyterian College 22 Rollins College Stetson ' s netters looked forward to this sea- son ' s- long schedule with great anticipation. This year was the best that the Green and White has ever fielded. With Dave Mcllvain and Lenny Grace play- ing number one doubles, the team fared well against all competitors. Mcllvain and Grace alternated singles with Denise Wall, Don Coonley, and Adrian Bambini. Bert " Pancho " Gonzalez and Pete Maddock showed promise as rookies. Denise Wall, the only woman playing varsity sports for Stetson, has been recognized na- tionally by the Associated Press and Sports Illustrated. She was a definite asset to our team, and at the same time she furthered the cause for female participation in varsity sports. Vining Bigelow sends ball over net. Don Coonley, Adrian Bambini, Bert Gonzalez, Dave Mcllvain, Pete Maddock, Denise Wall, and Coach Ray Hussey. 100 Denise Wall and Coach Hussey discuss a big match. ambini grimaces as he returns a forehand. Coonley has to go behind the base line to return volley. Lenny Grace has to hustle, but as usual returns serve. Maddock practices his serve before a match. Mcllvain ' s good form won him nun tion on the team. Gonzalez waifs as opponent faults first serve, iqi Row 1: Margaret Jones, Dottie Morgan, Carol Hanson. Row 2: student director, Dell Marie Mikell; Marilyn Raynal, Sandra Skip- pey. Row 3: Carolyn Lady, Dorothy Thorpe. Row 4: Mrs. Twing, Sandra McCranie, Pat Vann. Intramurals Boards These boards, working with their respective groups, direct one of the most popular extracurricular activi- ties at Stetson-intramurals. Each week the groups meet under their student directors, Dell Marie Mikell, wo- men ' s, and David Johnson, men ' s. At these meetings new rules, point standings, all-star teams, and con- flicts in schedules are discussed. Each member is re- sponsible for informing his organization of the latest news. Row 1: George Es tess, John Davis, Nestor DeArmas, Robert Shapiro. Row 2: Ron MacKendree Gary McCartney, Da vid Johnson, Steve Peterson, Fred Hall. 102 Men ' s Intramurals Every student at one time or another has participated in one of the intramural program ' s wide range of sports, including basket- ball, Softball, bowling, volleyball, tennis, etc. This facet of campus life is the most popular of all extracurricular activities for this reason: There are two divisions, green league and white league, which make it possible for all to compete. In each sport all-star teams are chosen by the Intramural Board. Points are given for participation as well as additional points for those making an all-star team. At the end of the intramural sea- son the athlete with the most points is named the " Intramural Athlete of the Year. " Trophies are given to the winners in each sport and the President ' s Cup is awarded to the team with overall supremacy at the season ' s end. Sigma Nu won its second leg in 1962-63. The symbol of athletic superiority Desperate attempts by Pi Kapps to block Sig Ep ' s LaSalle ' s pass fail Pi Kapp John Folds outstrains Snake ' s Stan Wallace for the rebound 103 Fraternities and Indies Vie for President ' s Cup Sigma Nu ' s Rick Cohen outsprints Sig Ep ' s Dave Bena in the century. Sig Ep ' s John AAcGee prepares to set up Bill Moore for the spike. The Snake ' s Roy Bowman leaps high to intercept Sig Ep pass as intended receiver Crov ther watches. 104 Timekeeper— John Kirik records last scoring play. Sig Ep ' s Bill Moore sidesteps a Lambda Chi for a first down. Adrian Bambini clears the bar easily as he wins the pole vault event. Rushed hard, Sigma Nu ' s Roy Bowman gets his pass off against Indies. 105 Rick Traut goes high in the air to return a volley as Ron Peacock and Ian Patterson look on Men ' s Intramurals Sig Ep ' s Steve Petersen tees off to open intramural golf round. 106 A runner barely makes it back to first after his teammate flies out in one of season ' s Softball games. Women ' s Intramurals Judy Swanson displays Tri Delts 1963-64 Point Trophy. Rookie of the year, Judy Swanson, poses with the Most Valuable Player, Dell Marie Mikell. Alpha Xi ' s Sarah Ashcraft and Marilyn Raynal show the Participation Trophy. Women ' s Intramurals has Mrs. Thwing as a new sponsor. 107 The Intramurals Board sponsors com- petition among the sororities, IWO, and the women ' s dormi- tories in such sports as basketball, bad- minton, volleyball, and shuffleboard. During the spring of each year an awards banquet is held in which trophies are awarded to the out- standing women ath- letes and to the teams which have won the various events. Although Alpha Ch! tries all sorts of defensive tactics. Alpha Xi drives to victory, winning the basketball finals by two points. Carol Garland and Marilyn Zupsich play on Stetson Hall ' s shuffleboard team. . ' " ' _7 ' " ' " ' ' ? Alpha Xi Marilyn Raynal completes her backhand in a-singles match. Women ' s Intramural s Volleyball finds Alpha Chi ' s Denise Barolo and Carolyn Lady joining to assist a shot back over the net. Julie Brannum gives a demonstration on how to toss a ringer to teammate, Betsey Snodgrass. Zeta Tau Alpha triumphs as Denise Wall wins badminton singles. 109 no Ill Informal rush parties give the rushees an opportunity to meet the sorority members. Souvenirs from rush parties will bring to mind fond memories in days to come. Sorority traditions are upheld at the formal parties. Sorority and Anticipating new pledges A crovi d gathers to await those who receive bids. Accomplishment— the final wild rush to the Panhellenic Apartment s for the long-awaited moment. 112 Fraternity members discuss numerous regulations with a prospective rushee. " Smokers " give the members a chance to explain fraternity life. Every fraternity honors its own traditions and symbols, Fraternity Rush PRESIDENT MARY DELEGAL [11 t II Alpha Chi, Janis Appleby, is honored by Sig Ep serenade. Alpha Chi ' s participate in Stetson ' s annual inter-sororrty powder-puff football tournament. 114 Alpha Chi Omega Alpha Chi Omega was founded in 1885 at DePauw University in Green- castle, Indiana, by seven mennbers of the music school. The golden lyre was chosen because of its significance as the first musical instrument of the Greeks and because it represents the musical heritage of Alpha Chi. The colors are scarlet and olive green, and the flower is the red carnation. Gamma Chi Chapter was founded at Stetson in 1957 and has been chosen the outstanding Alpha Chi chapter in the state of Florida. Alpha Chi ' s are active in the leadership honoraries on campus. Diane Gentry is a member of Mortar Board and Who ' s Who; and Patti Paulk, Barbara Chapman, and Carol Robb are members of Tassel. This year, Nancy Irish served as chairman of Greek Week and Patti Paulk was chairman of Green Feather, with many others taking part on the various committees. Joyce Deaton, was publicity chairman for Parent ' s Weekend. Scholarship is an important aim of Alpha Chi, and many of the girls are on the Honor Roll and Dean ' s List. Honoraries represented include Sigma Tau Delta, Sigma Pi Kappa, Kappa Pi, of which Nancy Irish is president, Sigma Beta Chi, Kappa Mu Epsilon, to name a few. Judi Hooper and Pam Barbre are on the cheerleading squad, and Donna Carr plays in the school orchestra. Two of the few women senators are Alpha Chi ' s, Jenny Dekle and Linda Priddy. Many of the members serve on Chaudoin, Conrad, and Stetson House Councils. Diane Gentry is president of Chaudoin Hall, with Jenny Dekle and Carol Robb serving as representatives on Executive Council. Publica- tions are not neglected, as Joyce Deaton writes for the Reporter, Anne Whitlock and Becky Phillips are on the HaUer, and Carol Robb is editor of the Compass, on the Hatter, Stetson Review, and Publications Board. Officers of Alpha Chi for 1963 were: President, Mary DeLeGal; 1st Vice-president, Nancy Irish; 2nd Vice-president, Carol Robb; Recording Secretary, Bev Wilson; Corr. Sec, Judi Hooper; Treasurer, Margie McCree; Social Chr., Carole Owsley. Pat King awaits the final call at the annual si; 115 Chandler, Diane Chapman, Barbara Cohrs, Gaii Corson, Wynne Creager, Lyndia AXO Deaton, Joyce Dekle, Jennie DeLeGal, Mary Dillard, Camille Gentry, Diane Hooker, Carol Hooper, Judi Irish, Nancy Fly, Janice Gabler, Thelma King, Pat 116 Niswonger, Patti Orians, Jan Owsley, Carole Phillips, Rebecca Poppe, Carol ,%- »• Stanley, Eleanor Surrency, Elaine Whitlock, Ann Wilson, Bev Wimberly, Jimmie Mae Young, Tina Priddy, Linda Robb, Carol Rogers, Judy Shearer, Carol Sfanfield, Elizabeth Lady, Carolyn McCree, Margie Meierstein, Gloria Mulliniks, Gwen Murphy, Edwinna Newton, Sandra 117 PRESIDENT GWEN CHESHIRE Actives anticipate the arrival of new pledges. Alpha Xi Peggy White serves as Pershing Rifle Sponsor. An atmosphere of excitement prevails as Alpha Xi actives welcome their new members. lie Alpha Xi Delta Alpha Xi Delta was founded April 17, 1893, at Lombard College in Galesburg, Illinois. Its ten founders chose the pink Killarney rose as Alpha Xi ' s flower, and the double blue and gold as its colors. Alpha Xi ' s wear as their symbol the golden quill studded with pearls. Omega Chapter was installed at Stetson in 1917, and its members are known in all phases of campus life for their friendliness and versatility. Evidence of this is found in the chapter ' s trophy case through such awards as the 1962-63 intramurals participation trophy and the 1963 second-semester scholarship trophy. Alpha Xi Delta is well represented in campus activities. Judy Campbell is at the head of the Women ' s Executive Council, and Leighan Roberts is president of the council. In addition, Carol Rutan serves as president of the Music School. Among Stetson ' s Cheerleaders are Diane Strickland (captain), Francene Smith, Peggy White, Caryl Giffin, and Kevin Davis. Alpha Xi ' s are also outstanding members of many of Stetson ' s honorary societies: Tassel (president Elizabeth Wick), Scroll and Key, Phi Society, Sigma Beta Chi (president Diane Molnar), Kappa Mu Epsilon, Sigma Tau Delta, Kappa Pi, Phi Beta, and Kappa Delta Pi. Among the special honors achieved by Alpha Xi ' s is that of Pershing Rifles Sponsor, a title held by Peggy White. Diane Molnar is Delta Sig Sweetheart; the reigning Lambda Chi Crescent Girl is Suzanne Mullins, and members of the Crescent Court include Peggy Justice and Leanne McGinnis. In addition to local activities, Alpha Xi Delta finds a great source of pride in its national philanthropies, such as one of the most important projects which seeks to assist in the problem of juvenile delinquency. The chapter also helps with several annual charity drives. The officers serving Omega Chapter this year are Gwen Cheshire as president, Diane Molnar as vice-president, Claudine Walker as recording secretary, Elizabeth Wick as corresponding secretary, and Suzanne Mullins as treasurer. Linda Cline and Judy Campbell engage in a friendly chat at Alpha Xi ' s formal rush party held in the home of Dr. and Mrs. Johns. 119 120 Nettles, Dickie Pettigrew, Luan Prichard, Mary Raynal, Marilyn Richards, Juliet 121 PRESIDENT KENNY BUTLER Alpha Delta ' s charter president outlines ideals of sorority life. Laura Hall ' s fascinating costume is the height of fashion in Delta Patch. Terri Jo Kennedy joins sorority sisters at a tea which welcomes alumni. 122 Delta Delta Delta Kenny Butler presents Tri-Delta heaven legend Delta Delta Delta was established on Thanksgiving Eve, 1888, at Boston University. Alpha Delta Chapter, founded at Stetson in 1 91 3, is the oldest chapter in Florida. Tri-Deltas honor their badge of three pearl-studded stars within a golden crescent and hold fast to their colors of silver, gold, and blue. Tri-Deltas take a very active part in all phases of campus life. Carolyn Damianos is president and Kenny Butler is a member of Mortar Board, the women ' s leadership honorary at Stetson. Sara Booth is president of Stetson Hall and Roberta Nelson, Betty Kay Turner, Judy Swanson, Donna Dericks, and Yvonne Thompson serve on various house councils. Margaret Jones has brought honor to the chapter both as a member of Tassel and as a Kentucky women ' s golf champion. These Tri-Deltas are members of campus honor organizations: Kenny Butler, Kappa Pi; Sara Booth, Sigma Pi Kappa; and Roberta Nelson, Sigma Delta Pi. The chapter Is also proud of Martha Woodbery, co-chairman of Stetson Homecoming for 1964, and of Anna Kight, first runner-up to Miss Hatter. Terri Jo Kennedy will represent Stetson ' s Pi Kappa Alpha Chapter in the national Pike Dream Girl Contest. This year the chapter celebrated its Fiftieth Anniversary on November 23. Seven charter members returned, with many other loyal alumnae, to spend a day in fun, memories, and Tri-Delta fellowship. These are but a few of the activities in which Tri-Deltas engage. Traditional activities of the sorority are the Apple-Polishing Party, Founder ' s Day Banquet, retreat, Blood Drive, Pansy Breakfast, and Tri-Delta Weekend. Officers serving Delta Delta Delta this year are: President, Kenny Butler; Vice-pres- ident, Brenda Rains; Recording Secretary, Susan Bryan; Corresponding Secretary, Martha Barineau; Treasurer, Sharon McRae; Rush Chairman, Martha Woodbery; Pledge Trainer, Laura Hall; and Social Chairman, Patty Snow. Two pledges, Carolyn Damianos and Toni Carameros, reminisce with Alpha Delta alumna. 123 124 Aldrich, Kathy Anderson, Joy Barineau, Martha Booth, Sara Browne, Mary Llew AAA Hall, Patricia Jones, Margaret Kennedy, Terri Jo Kight, Anna Rains, Brenda Sasser, Faith Schafer, Lynn Schwartz, Patricia Manning, Laurie Miller, Marion Mitchell, Barbara Nelson, Roberta Plumer, Jann Wachsmuth, Kaye Williams, Gwynne Wilson, Kay Allen Wingate, Judy Woodbery, Martha Snow, Patty Swanson, Judy Thompson, Yvonne Varnedoe, Mary Lou 125 Pi Beta Phi Sara Cole helps cheer team on to victory. PRESIDENT CISSY HARRIS Laurie Hutchings and " Honeybun " perform in talent show. 126 Pi Beta Phi Pi Beta Phi, the oldest national fraternity for women, was founded in 1867, at Monmouth College, Monmouth, Illinois. Florida Alpha, one of its one hundred and four chapters, was established in 1913, making Pi Beta Phi the first national Pan- hellenic organization on the campus of John B. Stetson University. The sorority symbols are the golden arrow, the wine carnation, and the colors wine and silver blue. The national philanthropic project is the Pi Beta Phi Settlement School in Gatlin- burg, Tennessee, founded in 1912 for educational, medical, and social services. Stetson Pi Phi ' s are active in every phase of campus life. Tapped for Tassel, leadership honorary for sophomore women, are Cissy Harris, Karen Kane, Donna Dollens, and Marty Farrington. Cheerleaders are Sara Cole and Cissy Harris, co-captain. Panhellenic Council President is Karen Kane and Virginia Holtzendorf serves as President of the Senior Class. Pi Phi ' s serve on house councils, publications staffs, and student union committees and are members of concert choir. Stover Theater productions, religious organizations, and scholastic honoraries. Pi Phi ' s are proud of their group participation. The sorority won the annual scholarship bowl for the highest academic average, an intramural trophy, the Theta province service award. Beauty honors are also numerous within the sorority, and the entire group is proud of these girls. They include Ann Lucas, Sweetheart of Sigma Phi Epsilon; Leslie Alexander, first runner-up in the Freshman Beauty Contest; Cissy Harris, Military Queen; Ginger Barnett, an R.O.T.C. company sponsor; and Virginia Holtzendorf, first runnerup in the Miss Stetson Contest and Greek Week Athena. This year ' s officers for Pi Beta Phi are: President, Cissy Harris; Vice-president, Mary Dell Hardin; Recording Secretary, Donna Dollens; Corresponding Secretary, June Wirsing; Treasurer, Kathy Huff; Pledge Trainer, Ginger Barnett; Rush Chairman, Sandy Liddy. Pi Beta Phi Gwen Knight adds a little humor to their formal rush party. 127 Chickering, Susan Doane, Leann Dollens, Donna Edwards, Selby Fagan, Barbara nB0 Alexander, Leslie Anderson, Karen Ballard, Kim Barnett, Ginger Brannam, Julie Farrington, Martha Fleishel, Connie Fletcher, Suzanne Fox,»Sandra Gussman, Diane 128 Hankins, Cheryl Harden, Mary Dell Harris, Cissy Holtzendorf, Jenny Huff, Kathy Smedley, Susan Tharp, Dorothy Whittington, Hele Wirsing, June Yakots, Nancy " -Naw rfi Morrow, Florence Pullen, Lynn Robinson, Billie SIngley, Theresa Slaton, Martha Hutchings, Lorraine Jackson, Kathy Kane, Karen Knight, Gwen Larsgard, Charlita Lathrop, Judy PRESIDENT CAROL BUTLER Jeanne Mazur dresses " in style " for Swiss Alpine party. Phi Mu sisters enjoy an evening of relaxation and fellowship in their apartment. 130 PhiMu Phi Mu, the second oldest sorority in the United States, was chartered in 1852 at Wesleyan College, Macon, Georgia. Presently there are eighty-three collegiate chapters and one hundred seventy-nine alumnae groups. Alpha Xi, the Stetson chapter of Phi AAu, was chartered in 1949. Its symbols are an oddly-shaped badge bearing a heart and hand embossed in gold and black, the colors rose and white, and the flower pink Enchantress Carnation. Since the time it was chartered. Phi Mu ' s members have been active in all phases of campus life. Phi AAu places emphasis on scholastics and is proud to be repre- sented in many scholastic honoraries. Two Phi AAu ' s were among the charter mem- bers of the local AAortar Board chapter. AAembers presently serving in organizations are Joy Kressman and AAary Bues, Kappa AAu Epsiion,- AAarcia demons, Sigma Beta Chi; Sandy Smith, Phi Beta; and Carol Butler, Gamma Theta Upsilon. Other activities include committees and various religious organizations. Phi AAu also places emphasis on social services. The Chapter ' s major project is the care of an adopted Korean boy. His name is Chang Yung Sheik and he is fifteen years old. Every Christmas and on his birthday the chapter sends him a present and throughout the year regular correspondence is carried on between Chang and the chapter. The girls always enjoy getting his delightful letters written in Korean and translated into broken English by the people who care for him at the orphanage. For the first time, this year Phi AAu has adopted a national social service project. The hospital ship, " HOPE, " created under the Eisenhower administration, is now being helped by Phi AAu chapters all over the country. The chapters earn this money by selling various items on campus during the school year. In keeping with the traditions of the chapter, the group holds an annual fall pledge retreat, AAother-Daughter Christmas party, spring retreat, spring weekend, and senior breakfast. Officers serving Phi AAu this year are: Carol Butler, President; AAarcia demons, Vice-president; Sandy Umbaugh, Recording Secretary; AAary Bues, Treasurer; Sue Gehrke, Rush Chairman; and Bonnie Zimmerman, Pledge Chairman. Nancy Courchaine, Ginny Schibanoff, Susan Holmes, Linda Landers pose with the BROTHERS FOUR after their campus performance. 131 t M Courchaine, Nancy Engle, Katherine Estenson, Janet Francis, Jeannette i Anders, Joan Bramlift, Brenda Bues, Mary Butler, Carol Clements, Ann Gehrke, Susan Glaze, Rita Harvey, Marion Hatfield, C. Jean Holmes, Susan Hudgins, Mary Jackson, Linda Jones, Edith Kluberg, Nancy -.«• !32 sf Norton, Diana Pozdena, Gwen Sawyer, Diane Schibanoff, Ginny L Wands, Nancy Watson, Beth Whelan, Betsy Zimmerman, Bon Knights, Bonnie Kressman, Joy Landers, Linda Mazur, Jeanne Ninow, Penny Schuman, Betsy Smith, Sandra Umbaugh, Sandra Vail, Arlene Vann, Patricia Several actives rush to the apartment to welcome pledges. PRESIDENT GAYLE GREGORY 134 Ann Nathan, Jim Lea, and Joe Besini are among the popular performers in many of Stetson ' s hootenanles. Zeta Tau Alpha Academically, Zeta has members in Beta Beta Beta, Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Pi, Si ma Delta Pi, Sigma Beta Chi, Phi Society, Scroll and Key, Mortar Board, Honor Roll, and Dean ' s List. Also, Joyce Ashley was recognized as a Stetson Scholar. Athletically, Zeta has retired the Intramurals trophy, winning four consecutive years, has won the Hatter Holiday trophy numerous times, and this year copped the trophies for Greek Week Olympics and the Chariot Race. Socially, Zeta has entertained with desserts, breakfasts, retreats, and spring week- end for its members, socials with the six fraternities, and coffees and other activities with its alumnae. Beauties include? Frances Lyie, Basketball Queen, Eileen Lipthrott Williams, the former Miss Stetson, Patti Cooper Bray, the reigning Miss Stetson, and Sallie Gaskins, the present Miss Hatter. Anne Nathan excels in folk singing, guitar playing, and dramatics, appearing in Stover Theater productions. Denise Wall is a member of Stetson ' s tennis team and has been recognized in Sports ' lllustrdted. Administratively, Zeta is very active with Eileen Lipthrott Williams as Secretary of the Student Government Association, Jane Kraft as SGA Senator, Sandy Christian as chairman of Parents ' Weekend Committee. Sandy Christian, Phyllis McDaniel, and Denise Wall are Junior Counselors, and Judy Johnston is on House Council. Frances LyIe is a member of Mortar Board. Each member of Zeta Tau Alpha strives to uphold the goals of the National Fraternity, which was established at Longwood College, Farmville, Virginia, on October 15, 1898, and the goals of the charter members who founded the Stetson chapter in 1934, with Dean Turner as president. Officers of Zeta Tau Alpha for 1963 were: President, Gayle Gregory; Vice-pres- ident, Pat Greene; Recording secretary, Phyllis McDaniel; Treasurer, Sue Anne Shaw; Rush Chairman, Frances LyIe; Ritual chairman, Denise Wall; Social Chairman, Brenda Ward; Corr. Secretary, Brenda Ward. Gayle Gregory with several other sorority sisters leads the candlelight servi( vhich climaxes their formal party. 135 Ashley, Joyce Bishop, Carol Jean Christian, Sandra Crosby, Julie Dansyear, Patricia 136 Gaskins, Sallie Greene, Pat Gregory, Gayle Heidbreder, Susie ZTA Mihm, Barbara Moman, Judith Nathan, Ann Nawotka, Laura .k i Prouty, Verna Shaw, Sue Ann Torres, Laura Tubbs, Carolyn Wall, Denise Ward, Brenda Warthen, Kathy Williams, Eileen Youngerman, Linda Lyie, Frances McDaniel, Phyllis McHargue, Glynis MacGill, Barbara Ann Mathers, Phillis 137 First row, left to right: Mary DeLeGal, Janice Fly, Sandy Smith, Karen Kane, Mary Jo Jones, Donna Dericks, Ann Nathan. Second row left to right: Gayle Gregory, Diane Chandler, Gwen Cheshire, Frances Lyie, Carol Butler, Lejghan Roberts, Sue Gehrke, Cissy Harris. Panhellenic Council PRESIDENT Karen Kane VICE-PRESIDENT Sandy Smith SECRETARY Ann Nathan TREASURER Donna Dericks Stetson ' s Panhellenic Council, a member of the national group, is the governing body for the six social sororities: Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Xi Delta, Delta Delta Delta, Pi Beta Phi, Phi Mu, and Zeta Tau Alpha. The group repre- sents preparation for service through character-build- ing inspired in the close contact and deep friendship of fraternity life. Of primary concern to Panhellenic is sorority rush. At the beginning of each semester it holds informative ses- sions to explain rush rules, preferentials, and penalties to prospective Greeks. This year it also sponsored a wel- coming party for all freshmen women during orientation week. The council also acts as a judiciary board, hearing all cases involving illegal rushing, broken pledges, initia- tion exceptions, and disputes between member sorori- ties. Further, it anually awards a two hundred dollar Pan- hellenic Scholarship to a deserving female undergraduate. 136 Interfraternity Council PRESIDENT Dick Ulack VICE-PRESIDENT Edwin AAulock SECRETARY Dwight Geiger TREASURER Elliot Dunwoody Corresponding to Panhellenic is the Inter-Fraternity Council, which coordinates the activities of and settles the disputes among Stetson ' s six social fraternities: Delta Sigma Phi, Lambda Chi Alpha, Pi Kappa Alpha, Pi Kappa Phi, Sigma Nu, and Sigma Phi Epsilon. Each of these groups are members of national fraternities pledged to uphold ideals and standards similar to those embraced by the University. Fraternity life is one of the most important extracurricular activities of one ' s college career, as membership enhances one ' s sense of responsibility, scholarship, leadership, and belonging. The local chapters are aware of this importance and, aided by l.F.C, are ever conscious of their respon- sibility for developing men willing and capable of assum- ing positions of leadership both on the campus and in the world. Left to right: Glen Garv Jerry Studier. Dick Ulack, Mel Rodelli, Gene White, Bruce Haulman, Fronf row, left to right: Doug McKittrick, Ray Squire, Edwin Mulock. Second row, left to right: Mario Larry Pierce, Tim Thompson, Steve Harkins, Ralph Henry, Elliot Dunwoody. 139 PRESIDENT DAVID MCILVAIN Two r ot-so-ancient mariners discuss their last voyage. Don Coonley ' s style makes him a valuable member of the tennis team. 140 Delta Sigma Phi The year 1899 marked the beginning of Delta Sigma Phi fraternity in New York City. The founders hoped to organize a new kind of Greek organization which would reflect the spirit of the Twentieth Century. Alpha Chi chapter at Stetson was installed in 1925 with Dr. J. Ollie Edmunds, president of the university, as charter president. The chapter had been local since 1881, and finally decided to become affiliated with national in this year. One of the chapter ' s well-known traditions is the Sailor ' s Ball, which was initiated in the depression and has since been adopted as the official weekend for all ' 108 chapters of the fraternity. Delta Sigma Phi constantly strives to assist their members in their individual college lives by a program of " engineering leadership. " The goal is a balanced life of study, work, and recreation. Delta Sigs are active on campus in many phases of school activity. Dick Ulack is president of the Inter-Fraternity Council, and Tom Riden and Don Coonley serve as representatives to Men ' s Council. Jerry Studier is president of the speech honorary. Pi Kappa Delta. Other brothers participate in honoraries, campus organ- izations, and varsity sports. Faculty members of Delta Sigma Phi include Wesley Berner and Donald C. Yaxley. Other annual affairs conducted by the Delta Sigs are the Christmas " Pop Garner " party for underprivileged children and the Honky Tonk party given by the pledges for the actives. Officers of Delta Sigma Phi for 1963: President, David Mcllvain; Vice-President, Rick Zeller; Secretary, Don Coonley; Treasurer; Jim Thompson. Delta Sigs chose Diane Molnar for their Sv Dick Ulacl , IPC president, congratulates those 141 142 AI0 Graham, Michael Henderson, Steve Linzee, Thomas Mcllvain, David Alloway, Jerry Barnes, Charles Bedell, John Coonley, Don Coutant, Andrew Studier, Gerald Taft, Eugene Thompson, James Ulack, Richard Ward, Hampton Roux, Robert Ruggiero, John Schlenker, E. Dale Schlusemeyer, Robert n fft 0Sr " 3 .jj -f ft H 1 4-% Parrish, Russell Reid, Jerry Riden, Thomas Riffle, Alan Rosenbaum, Henry Sedlacek, Wesley Shapiro, Robert Smartt, James Stephens, Tommy PRESIDENT RALPH HENRY Several Lambda Chi brothers demonstrate a good way to spend a carefree afternoon. 144 Jack Barnard is a favorite in many Stover productions. Lambda Chi Alpha Kalepa Ta Kala is the open motto of Lambda Chi Alpha. It means " Naught Without Labor " and has provided the basic tenet for Lambda Chi Alpha since its founding on November 2, 1909, at Boston University. With this motto always in mind. Lambda Chi has become one of the largest international fraternities with a total of 156 active chapters. Lambda Chi Alpha has a tradition of steady growth through work, always striving to improve in order to offer and to give more and more to its brothers. This has been the story of Zeta Tau Chapter on the Stetson campus from the beginning of the chapter in 1949 until the present. It is through working toward common goals and ideals that a close brotherhood is formed, and it is this brotherhood of which Lambda Chi is most proud. In all areas of campus activity Lambda Chi strives to be well represented. The brothers are well known for their accomplishments and leadership, both as a group and as individuals. Lambda Chi ' s take an active interest in sports, and members of the fraternity participate on the basketball, soccer, and baseball teams. Among the brothers are representatives to the Student Senate, the director of the Traffic Committee, the editor of the Stetson Reporter, the president of the Ministerial Association, the secretary of the Interfraternity Council, and members of the Student Union Board. Lambda Chi ' s may be found in Green Circle, Omicron Delta Kappa, and various other campus honoraries. Several brothers have been chosen for Who ' s Who; others were elected to Dorm Council and Men ' s Council. Many have served on Student Government committees, and the Outstanding Freshman is a member of the fraternity. The desire to work to succeed has brought the fraternity to first place in scholar- ship. Through further adherence to Kalepa Ta Kala, the never-ceasing aid of friends and alumni, and the close brotherhood within the chapter. Lambda Chi Alpha will continue to maintain its high moral and scholastic ideals. Ralph Henry is presiding over the brothers of Zeta Tau Chapter this year, with Todd Clay serving as vice-president, Tim Thompson as secretary, Joe Durham as treasurer, and Robert Keith as pledge trainer. Suzanne AAullins brings honor to the title of Crescent Girl. A myriad of personalities may be seen at a dance party held at the house. 145 146 147 PRESIDENT MEL RODELLI I t Pi Kappa Alpha active Steve Cole entertains rushees during one of the many rush parties. Stetson provides places of quiet study for its students. 148 Pi Kappa Alpha On March 31, 1951, Pi Kappa Alpha, founded in 1868 at the University of Virginia, welcomed the Delta Upsilon Chapter into the national organization. There are now one hundred and fifty chapters of Pi Kappa Alpha located at major colleges and universities throughout the United States. The men of the Shield and Diamond are proud of members who have participated in campus affairs throughout the year. David Stacy has served as chairman of the Publications Board and Dick Pickering headed up this year ' s Greek Week Committee. Two Student Government Senators, Doug AAcKittrick and Mel Rodelli are members of Pi Kappa Alpha. Mel Rodelli also assumed the responsibilities for Homecoming. Many other members were active in such activities as Green Feather Committee, Men ' s Council, Student Affairs, Student Government Association, Publications, Concert Choir, Green Circle, and Interfraternity Council. Each March 31, the chapter acknowledges the founding of the fraternity with a Founder ' s Day Banquet. Wherever pretty girls are found, you ' re likely to see a Pike. Typifying this is Miss Gail Mauldin, Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl. Lovely Miss Terri Jo Kennedy represented the fraternity in the annual Basketball Queen Contest. The Pikes have always taken an active part in the sports program of the university. The fraternity is proud of their showing in intramural football as well as their overall intramural accomplishments. Pikes can be seen on various basketball, tennis, soccer, and baseball teams. Pi Kappa Alpha is honored to be represente ' d on Stetson ' s faculty by its adviser Dr. James Stewart, Dean of Chapel, by Dr. John Barthel, professor of economics, and by Father Lawson, professor of philosophy. Officers serving in Pi Kappa Alpha this year are: President, Mel Rodelli; Vice-Pres- ident, Bill Lunsford; Treasurer, Doug McKittrick; Secretary, Pat Kennedy; Pledge Master, Fred Littlejohn; and House Manager, Alex Boriss. ! Charming Gail Mauldin is the Pikes ' Dream Gii Dr. James Stewart, Dean of Chapel, ser ' Pi Kappa Alpha ' s faculty adviser. 149 ISO 151 PRESIDENT BRUCE HAULMAN 11 K q Pi Kap Jay Brophy welcomes students to Stetson ' s campus. Radiant Joanne Cheshire, Freshman Beauty Queen, is crowned by Gwen Knight. 152 Pi Kappa Phi 11111111 Pi Kappa Phi was founded as a Southern fraternity at the College of Charleston on December 10, 1904, with its traditions and ideals patterned after those of a true Southern gentleman. The fraternity has since grown into a large family which encompasses fifty-three chapters on all the campuses of the major Southern uni- versities and colleges, with a few in New York, Oregon, and California. Chi Chapter at Stetson, founded in 1921, brought to this campus all the qualities associated with the Ante-Bellum South, to which the chapter has devoted itself, pledging to uphold these standards. Jay Landers, a senior, holds the office of president of the Student Government Association and one-third of the senators are Pi Kapps. Freshmen include John Haire; president, Steve Wilkerson, and Don Jackson. Hoyt Edge is a sophomore senator, and Chuck Bugg is president of the junior class. Also on the senate are Ray Smith, Ron Peacock, Bruce Haulman, and Richard Ginn. Charles Lipthrott is president of Omicron Delta Kappa and Jay Landers, Chuck Bugg, and Richard Ginn are members. Jay Brophy was chairman of Orientation Week and Parents ' Weekend Committee. The Pi Kapps are active in intramurals and campus sports. Bill Pickens and Ken Kincaid are members of the varsity basketball team, and Bill Pickens was elected Greek God, thus keeping the honor for the Pi Kapps for the fifth straight year. Traditions which are sponsored by Pi Kappa Phi include the Freshman Beauty Queen Contest, the Parade of Orchids, Dormitory Serenades, and Uncle Gy-Rack. Several members are active in Green Circle, and Jay Landers, Ray Smith, and Charlie Lipthrott were chosen for Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. Pi Kappa Phi strives to maintain the tradition of developing leaders on today ' s campus for tomorrow ' s world. Officers of Pi Kappa Phi for 1963 were: Bruce Haulman, archon; Turner Matthews, treasurer; Frank West, secretary; Ron Peacock, rush chairman; Ken Kincaid, pledge trainer. Pi Kappa Phi Sweetheart this year is Mary DeLeGal Virginia Holtzendorf and Bill Pickens symbolically open Greek Week activities. 153 Haulman, Bruce Heinze, Donald Hogue, Peter lannucci, Ray Jackson, Don J kJ Pattinson, Jeff Phillips, Robert Pickens, William Sheiton, Frank Smith, Peter Jackson, Edwin Johnson, Charlie Lain, Charles Landers, Jay Lea, James Lipthrott, Charles Tyson, Gary Vick, Bing West, Franklin Wilkerson, Steve Williams, Lloyd Williams, Randy 155 PRESIDENT JIM TERRELL The position held by Jim Terrell in ROTC reflects the many honors of all the brothers 156 Dewey Terrell chats with rushee at the Sigma Nu house. Sigma Nu -I •F SS:g:svTrv Sigma Nu Fraternity was founded on January 1, 1869, at V.AA.I., an Honor College, with brothers pledged to try to " walk in the way of honor. " Now in its fifty-first year on campus, Sigma Nu was the first national social fraternity at Stetson. The members still try to maintain the standards first set by the Delta Mu chapter back in 191 2. Two members are officers of the Student Government Association. Doug Sucher is Vice-President and Neil Savage is Treasurer. Bill Dunwoody is President of the Business School, while Jim Chaplain is President of the Men ' s Council, a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, and Treasurer of the Student Union Board. Joe Garner is Vice-President of the SUB, and a member of Phi Society. In varsity sports. Jack Sparks, Bill Clark, Jim Yeager, Jim Terrell, Jim Jarrett, Bob Pascal, and Stan Wallace are on the basketball team. Bowman, Terrell, Massing, and Kirik are members of the baseball team, and Savage and Reese are on the golf team. Skelton is captain of the soccer team. In intramurals, Sigma Nu has taken the President ' s Cup nine out of the ten years. Jim Terrell is the Intramural Athlete of the year, and Dave Johnson is the Director of Intramurals. This year the fraternity kept its unbeaten record by winning the Greek Week Olympics again. In other campus activity, Sigma Nu has been the top contributor to the Green Feather Drive for the past three years, was a leading participant in the campus blood drive, and continued to sponsor its annual Easter egg hunt for orphans. Jim Terrell and Tony Schoder hold two of the four top leadership positions in ROTC, while Doug Sucher is Vice-President of Scabbard and Blade and Tony Schoder is Secretary. Sigma Nu is proud of the fact that each member strives to achieve excellence in all phases of campus activity and to seek to build a well-rounded individual within a well-rounded fraternity. Officers of Sigma Nu for 1963 include: Commander, Jim Terrell; Lt. Commander, Bud Arnett; Secretary-Treasurer, David Johnson; Historian, Mike Watkins; and Pledge Trainer, Phil Wells. Diane Chandler reigns as Sigma Nu Sweetheart. nd their dates enjoy frequent parties held at the house. 157 IN Cornwall, Pete Dillman, Charles Dunwody, Elliott Edwards, J. Randolph Ellis, Wayne 158 Emerson, Francis Garner, Joseph Holifield, Richard Johnson, David Kirik, John MacKendree, Ronald McQueen, John Massing, Dale Nelson, Sanford Paschal, Robert Schoder, Charles Smith, Andy Sneider, Paul Sparks, Jack Speicher, Jacob Watkins, Mike Wells, Philip White, Gene Wilkins, Grover Yaeger, James Pierson, Roger Rand, Stanley Riddile, Scott Roach, James Savage, Neil Schaefer, Richard Stokes, Randall Sucher, Doug Terrell, James Troxel, Ted Wallace, Stanley 1 Mm Km 159 PRESIDENT RAY SQUIRES rQES Larry Smith and Ray Squires entertain rushees at a " smoker " during IFC rush period. 160 A serenade— most beautiful of all fraternity traditions. Sigma Phi Epsilon Sigma Phi Epsilon, the fraternity whose symbol is a heart, was founded in 1901 at Richmond College. The brotherhood boasts more than 70,000 active members and is the second largest fraternity in the world. The local chapter, Florida Beta, was installed in 1949 and is one of 162 chapters that span the nation. The Sig Eps ' varied social program provides diversion for members and their dates. Beach parties and record hops supplement such annual events as the Queen of Hearts Weekend, Pledge Dance, and Christmas Party. Members of Sigma Phi Epsilon serve as president of the " S " Club, Dormitory Resident Adviser, Co-Chairman of Green Feather Drive, and as members of the Men ' s Executive Council, as well as on many other Student Government Association committees. Athletics are not excluded, as the Sig Eps ' participate as members of Stetson ' s varsity soccer, tennis, and golf teams. A brother ' s name appeared on last year ' s Florida Inter-Collegiate All Conference golf team. The Sig Eps ' have a winning record in intramurals, finishing second in competition for the President ' s Cup, and maintaining their position as defending volleyball and bowling champions. Sigma Phi Epsilon takes an active part in many local charities, as well as participat- ing in a national fund to benefit underprivileged children. This fund was estab- lished in 1950, and is the first such project to be successfully administered by a national fraternity. Officers serving Sigma Phi Epsilon for 1963 are: Ray Squire, president; Don Clark, vice-president; Bob Joiner, secretary; Mel Murray, comptroller; Tom Lokey, pledge trainer; Ron Allison, social chairman; Al Graustein, historian. jc - ' t Lovely Ann Lucas reigns as Sig Ep Sweetheart. Sig Ep charioteers make mad dash for finish line during Greek Week Olympics. 161 I t E Brownfield, Tom Childs, Richard Clark, Don Collins, Cecil Cregar, Edward Allison, Ron Bambini, Adrian Bena, David Bigelow, Vining Breslin, George Crowther, John Damron, Richard Flagler, Edward Grassmuck, Bill Graustein, Alan Hanes, David Harkins, Steve Hastings, Lawrence Hebden, Wayne Howell, Michael y 162 Mason, Don Miller, Lanny Moore, William Moorman, Marion Murray, Melville Petersen, Stephen Ritchie, Dennis Roberts, Jan Senna, Larry Smith, Larry Hughes, Bob Ingersoll, James Kaunitz, Peter LaSalle, Thomas Lokey, Thomas McGee, John i«r»- 163 m " « 4 ;v ' " ifur. J»?i ir. frx ■ ' « 164 i 165 J. OLLIE EDMUNDS President A Message From the President I salute the Class of ' 64! I congratulate, not only its members, but all of the students who have had the good fortune to be on the campus dur- ing this particular year, for 1964 is destined to be remembered as one of the most significant years in-Stetson ' s history. It is the year during which the first fruits of the Ford Foundation ' s $1,500,000 grant began to ripen. It is the year in which the friends of Stet- son mobilized to raise $3,000,000 of matching funds to secure this wonderful gift— the largest the University has ever received. It is the year in which, at tardy last. Stetson achieved library facilities befitting a University of its stature. It is the year in which Stetson ' s work in science took its first great stride into the space age. In an astonishingly short time this University of yours will be starting its second century of progress. When you come back then you prob- ably will rub your eyes at the transformation of the campus, but one thing will not have changed: Stetson will still be Stetson. The Christian stand- ards of the University will be the same. The goal of educational excellence will be the same. The University ' s ambition to produce alumni who " see life steadily and see it whole " will be the same. And the dedication with which Stetson will be serving Florida and the nation will be the same. When the Class of ' 64 returns for its twentieth anniversary reunion, its members will take special satisfaction (and perhaps boast a little) when they recall that, not only were they here when Stetson rang up the curtain on the first act of its spectacular new drama of development, but that they were in the cast of characters! J. OIlie Edmunds President Edmunds meets freshman at his annual reception. Students view vase given to professor ' s v rife by Chinese classm.ate of the president. 166 DOYLE E. CARLTON President, Board of Trustees Administration WILLIAM HUGH McENIRY, JR. Dean of the University J OHN E. JOHNS Business Manager GEORGE W. HOOD Dean of Students and Director of Guidance 167 PAUL C. PARKER Director of Admissions BILL R. BAGGETT Dean of Men JAMES A. STEWART Dean of the Chapel BARGARA ROWE Registrar ETTER McTEER TURNER Dean of Women Associate Dean of Students Administration ARTHUR FARWELL TUTTLE, JR. Assistant Dean of the University RICHARD B. MORLAND Chairman, Graduate Counci BOB LEE MOWERY Librarian 169 KENNETH W. PHILLIPS Financial Aid Counselor LANE B. PATRICK Director of Alumni Affairs H. GRAVES EDMONDSON, JR. Comptroller WILLIAM K. CUMMING Director of Public Relations 170 MARY EDNA PARKER Assistant Dean of Women Administration ELBERT C. TYNER Director of Extension Services GARY A. MEADOWS Assistant Director of Admissions JAMES B. COOPER Director of Associates Program 171 WILLIAM HUGH McENIRY, JR. Dean of the School of Liberal Arts School of Liberal Arts The College of Liberal Arts is the oldest and largest of the four colleges comprising the University. It offers bachelor ' s degrees in the humanities, the natural sciences, the social sciences, and education. It also administers graduate studies leading to the master ' s degree in these fields. Elizabeth Hall and Flagler Science Hall are the major class- room buildings. Art classes are being held this year in a temporary art building, while Allen Hall provides facilities for many classes in religion and philosophy. Every student comes in contact with the liberal arts curricu- lum while attending Stetson. Through its general education courses one gains a well-rounded knowledge and under- standing of the arts and sciences. The liberal arts major has the opportunity to participate in such courses of study as the Merrill Program of American Studies, the Honors Pro- gram, and the Washington Semester. Mathematics proves to be a puzzling chore for many Liberal Arts students. 172 LIBERAL ARTS SENATORS: Bruce Hauin and Patty Snow. President Ron Peacock, Jane Kraft, a ::: ' ' -80 6 o ogy ELMER C. PRICHARD, Professor of Biology KEITH L. HANSEN, Associate Professor of (Chairman), A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Biology, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. DOROTHY L. FULLER, Professor of Biology, AARON H. O ' BIER, JR., Assistant Professor of A.B., M.A. Biology, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Faculty English C. CARTER COLWELL, Assistant Professor of English, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. KATHLEEN ALLEN JOHNSON, Assistant Professor of Eng- lish, B.M., A.B., M.A. ERNEST E. WEEKS, Assistant Professor of English, A.B., A.M. JOHN GLADSON GARDNER, Assistant Professor of Eng- lish, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. American Studies GERALD E. CRITOPH, Associate Professor of American Studies, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. JOHN A. HAGUE, Professor and Director of American Studies (Chairman), A.B., Ph.D. Englisli ELIOT D. ALLEN, Professor of English, B.A., A.M., M.A., Ph.D. ETHEL B. COLBRUNN, Associate Professor of English, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. ANN R. MORRIS, Instructor in English, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. BYRON H. GIBSON, Professor of English (Chairman), A.B., M.A., Ph.D. ERNEST J. HALL, Visiting Professor of English, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. PAUL M. WHEELER, Visiting Professor of Eng- lish, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 173 Liberal Arts Religion ROLLIN S. ARMOUR, Assistant Professor of Religion, B.A., B.D., S.T.M., Th.D. O. LAFAYETTE WALKER, Professor of Religion (Chairman), A.B., Th.M., Th.D. E. EARL JOINER, Associate Professor of Religion, B.A., B.D., Th.AA., Th.D. Philosophy JAMES A. STEWART, Professor of Philosophy, Dip. Theol., M.R.E., Ph.D., D.D. EDWARD A. HOLMES, JR., Associate Professor of Philosophy (Chairman), A.B., B.D., Ph.D. LeROY LAWSON, Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy, A.B., B.D. Art EUGENE F. BUNKER, JR., Assistant Professor of Art, B.S., M.A. FRED L. MESSERSMITH, Professor of Art (Chairman), B.F.A., M.A. LOUIS FREUND, Artist in Residence IPHi . „ swd K c K H: t:::l Foreign Language HUGH N. SEAY, JR., Associate Professor of Modern Languages, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. PHILIP A. LEE, JR., Assistant Professor of French, A.B., M.A. MARTHA J. MANSFIELD, Director of the Language Labora- tory. ERNEST W. ROLLINS, JR., Assistant Professor of Modern Languages, B.A., M.A. SOPHIE ANN GREEN, Assistant Professor of French, B.A., M.A. GERALD F. ANDERSON, Assistant Professor of Modern Languages, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. BETTY JEAN ZENKOVSKY, Assistant Professor of Russian, A.B., M.A. ELSIE G. MINTER, Assistant Professor of Modern Lan- guages, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. ETHEL KINUM, Instructor in Modern Language, A.B., M.A. (Fr.), M.A. (Sp.), Diplomee. JOHN L. HODGES Professor of Foreign Languages (Chair- man), A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 174 Faculty Chemistry JAMES H. DeLAP, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. JOHN F. CONN, Professor of Chemistry, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. THEODORE W. BEILER, Professor of Chemistry (Chairman), B.S., M.A., Ph.D. EDWIN C. COOLIDGE, Associate Professor of Chemistry, A.B., Ph.D. Library BOB LEE MOWERY, Librarian, A.B., B.L.S., M.A. MARY G. LEWIS, Reference Librarian, B.A., M.A., B.S. ANNE HURST, Circulation Librarian, B.S., M.Ln. CHARLOTTE A. SMITH, Documents Librarian, A.B., M.A., A.B. BETTY D. JOHNSON, Acquisition Librarian, B.A., M.A. Physics JAMES E. WILLS, JR., Professor of Physics, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. HENRY WARREN THWING, Assistant Professor of Physics, B.S., M.A. GEORGE L. JENKINS, Professor of Physics (Chairman), A.B., M.S., Ph.D. History and Political Science HAROLD J. SCHULTZ, Assistant Professor of History and Political Science, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. MALCOLM M. WYNN, Professor of History and Political Science, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. PHIL A. DRIMMEL, Instructor in History, B.A. SERGE A. ZENKOVSKY, Professor of History, Diploma of Engineer in Economics, Licenie es Letters, Ph.D. EVANS C. JOHNSON, Professor of History and Political Science, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. TERRELL WAYNE BAILEY, Assistant Professor of Political Science, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. JOHN EDWIN JOHNS, Professor of History and Political Science (Acting Chairman), A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 175 Mathematics SANFORD O. SMITH, Instructor in Mathematics, A.B., B.D., M.A. HENRY WARREN THWING, Assistant Professor of Physics, B.S., M.A. EMMETT S. ASHCRAFT, Professor of Mathe- matics, B.S., M.A. RALPH HUGHES, Instructor in Mathematics, B.S., M.S. GLEN W. RAFFENSPERGER, Visiting Instructor of Mathematics, B.S., M.A. C. H. CHORPENING, MAJ. GEN. USA- (Ret.), Visiting Instructor in Mathematics, B.S. GENE W. MEDLIN, Professor of Mathematics (Chairman), B.S., M.A., Ph.D. ELIZABETH BOYD, Associate Professor of Mathematics, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Geography ROBERT S. CHAUVIN, Professor of Geography (Chairman), B.S., M.A., M.EcJ., Ph.D. CARL HERBERT JOHNSON, Assistant Professor of Geography, B.S., M. A. Sociology SIDNEY B. DENMAN, Professor of Social Psychology (Chairman), B.A., M.A., M.A., Ph.D. Engineering CURTIS M. LOWRY, Professor of Mathematics and Engineering (Chairman), B.S., M.A., M.E. Liberal Arts Education WATIE R. PICKENS, Assistant Professor of Education, HARLAND C. MERRIAM, Associate Professor of Edu- B.S., M.A., Ed.D. cation, B.S., Ed.M., Ed.D. T. EDWIN SMOTHERMAN, Professor of Education, RAY V. SOWERS, Professor of Education (Chairman), A.B., M.Ed., Ed.D. A.B., LL.D., M.A. RUPERT J. LONGSTREET, Visiting Professor of Edu- RUTH I. SMITH, Professor of Education, B.S., M.Ed., cation, B.S., LL.B., M.A. Ed.D. FRANK R. TUBBS, Associate Professor of Education, RANDOLPH L. CARTER, Professor of Education, A.B., A.B., M.S., Ed.D. M.A., Ph.D. 176 Military Science JAMES A. CAMERON, SSgt., USA, Assistant In structor. PAUL T. McCRORY, JR., SFC, USA, Supply Ser geant. BOLDEN H. EILAND, JR., MSgt., USA, Administra tive NCO (Sgt. Major), B.S.E.E. CLIFFORD R. STERNS, SFC, USA, Assistant In structor. HARRY B. STOUDEMIRE, Major, USA, Associate Professor of Military Science and Tactics, B.S. HEWLETT E. RAINER, Major, USA, Professor of Military Science and Tactics. (Chairman), B.G.E. JOE A. BROWN, Captain, USA, Associate Profes- sor of Military Science and Tactics, B.S. Faculty Psychology Speech and Drama WALTER H. SONNENBURG, Associate Professor of Speech and Drama, B.A., M.A. BENJAMIN BRUCE GRIFFITHS, Associate Professor of Speech and Drama, B.A., M.F.A. MARY LOUISE GEHRING, Professor of Speech (Chairman), A.B., M.A., Ph.D. BETTY MACK, Assistant Professor of Speech, B.A., M.A. JACQUELYN HOGUE, Instructor in Psychology, B.S., M.S. WARREN F. JONES, JR., Associate Professor of Psychology (Chairman), B.A., M.A., Ph.D. JOSEPH T. SUTTON, Professor of Psychology, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. JOSEPH V. ADAMS, Assistant Professor of Psychology, B.A., M.A. Physical Education RAYMOND HUSSEY, Instructor in Physical Edu- cation. ROBERT W. WEICKEL, JR., Instructor in Physical Education, B.S., M.A. GLENN WILKES, Basketball Coach and Assistant Professor of Physical Education, A.B., M.A. WARREN C. COWELL, Professor of Physical Education (Chairman), B.S., M.A. CARL H. JOHNSON, Assistant Professor of Geography and Baseball Coach, B.S., M.A. SARA STAFF JERNIGAN, Professor of Physical Education, B.S., M.A. FRANCES CARLTON, Instructor in Health and Physical Education, B.S., A.A. ELIZABETH AUTREY, Professor of Physical Edu- cation, B.S., M.S. WESLEY M. BERNER, Professor of Physical Edu- cation, B.S., M.A. PAUL T. LANGSTON Dean of the School of Music School of Music The Stetson School of Music is a member of the National Association of Schools of Music. Its curriculum prepares students for careers in teach- ing, performing, creating music, and directing church music. It also offers a variety of courses for the non-professional, and there is a sub- collegiate department for children and for stu- dents whose previous training has been insuf- ficient. The School of Music is housed in DeLand Hall and the Music Annex, with separate facilities for the bands and the orchestra in the Band Hall and the Brass Annex. A specialized music library supplements the music literature collection of the University Library. The University choral groups make many Florida and out-of-state trips for special concerts and festivals, besides participating in many campus activities and presentations. The orchestra de- lights audiences in Elizabeth Hall and provides music for the productions at Stover Theater; the University Band has evening programs and sev- eral spring lawn concerts; and the pep band brings crowds to life at soccer and basketball games. Music students spend many hours in practice. MUSIC SCHOOL SENATORS: Chris Burns, Grover Wilkins Linda Priddy, President Carol Rutan. 178 Stetson ' s Pep Band helps boost school spirit at soccer ga DONALD C. YAXLEY, Professor of Wind and Percussion Instruments, B.M., M.A. HAROLD M. GIFFIN, Professor of Voice, A.B., B.Mus., M.A. GARY GLAZE, Instructor of Voice and Opera, B.Mus., M.Mus. FRANCES HUGHES, Assistant Professor of Piano, B.M., M.M. ROGER L. CUSHMAN, Professor of Piano and Theory, B.Mus., M.Mus. MURIEL O. CUSHMAN, Assistant Instructor of Piano, B.M., M.M. FRANCES BUXTON, Professor of Violin and Theory, B.M., M.M. ELEANOR LEEK, Professor of Violoncello and Theory, B.M., M.M. ROBERT L. HAUSE, Instructor in Music History, B.M.Ed., M.M. LENOIR ALMAND, Assistant Professor of Piano, A.B., Diploma, Juilliard School of Music. RUTH RICHARDSON CARR, Associate Professor of Music Education, B.S., M.M. 179 School of Business Stetson University has been teaching business subjects since 1885. In 1912, a complete curriculum leading to a degree in business was established. The School of Busi- ness Administration is housed in its own building on the DeLand campus. To avoid handicapping graduates from a limited educa- tion, business majors are required to take approximately forty percent of their work in the liberal arts field. The faculty endeavors to cultivate in students high ideals of business morality and social responsibility. Students are encouraged to acquire a clear understanding of modern industrial society. They may concentrate in the fields of accounting, general business, business-law, finance and banking, real estate and insurance, management, market- ing, economics, business education, or secretarial science. The School of Business Administration is fully accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, and the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education. The courses of study are approved by the State Board of Accountancy and the State Department of Education as well as by other national, regional, and state associations. EDWARD C. FURLONG, JR. Dean of the School of Business Business School students head for the Hat Rack after classes. BUSINESS SCHOOL SENATORS: Bobby Keith, President Elliot Dunwoody, Andy Smth. 180 DAVID M. BEIGHTS, Professor of Accounting, A.B., M.S., Ph.D., C.P.A. RICHARD W. PEARCE, Associate Professor of Business Administration, B.A., LL.B., M.A. MAXINE L. PATTERSON, Professor of Business Administration, B.S., M.B.E. RUSSELL M. NOLEN, Professor of Economics, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. CHAUNCEY S. ElKINS, JR., Professor of Busi- ness Administration, A.B., M.B.A., Ph.D. HENRY F. GODFREY, Visiting Assistant Pro- fessor of Business Administration, A.B. JOHN E. BARTHEL, Associate Professor of Eco- nomics, Diplom-Volkswirt, Doktor rer. pol. CAROL J. NICKLAS, Associate Professor of Business Education, B.S., M.B.A. LOUISE STOUDEMIRE, Secretary to Dean of the Business School. 181 182 " •p- ' " ' -t- ' 2 T ' . : - X. 183 Senior Senators JAMES TERRELL MEL RODELLI RAYMOND SMITH VIRGINIA HOLTZENDORF, president 184 ALLISON, RON Myrtle Beach, S. C. ARNETT, BUD, JR. Spring, Pa. ARNER, DELANO Sebring, Fla. ARRIGONI, JACK! Daytona Beach, Fla. Beauty of moving waters accentuated by the stark dignity of palms. Seniors . . . 1964 AUSTIN, JAMES R. Hartwell, Ga. BAER, PAMELA Stony Brook, N. Y. BAGLEY, ANDREA Winter Park, Fla. BAILEY, WALTER Waycross, Ga. BAKER, MRS. S. L. Oak Hill, Fla. BARBER, NANCY Winter Haven, Fla. BARINEAU, MARTHA Quincy, Florida BARNARD, JACK DeLand, Fla. jUl 1 f m- af Q iJ Seniors BEEBE, VERL BETHEA, JANET West Palm Beach, Fla. Eustis, Fla. BIOCSLER, SYLVIA BIERLEY, CECILIA Indialantic, Fla. Columbia , S. C. BISHOP, CAROL BOOTH, SARA Ocaia, Fla. Clearwater, Fla. BRADSHAW, WILLIAM BREYER, WILLIAM Decatur, Ga. Ormond Beach, Fla. Charles Lipthrotf chats with Dr. Edmunds at freshman banquet. BRIDGES, Lakelar BROOME, Eau Ga JESSE E. id, Fla. WILLIAM illie, Fla. C. ' ' , 011 BROOKS, NANCY C. St. Augustine, Fla. BRYAN, SUSAN E. DeLand, Fla. 186 - . BUMGARDNER, MICKEY Shelby, N. C. BURCHETTE, JOHN Cooleemee, N. C. BUNNELL, ROGER West Hollywood, Fla BURCHETTE, KATEY Tampa, Fla. Delicate work on the Cello at one of many campus musical events. 1964 BUTLER, CAROL BUTLER, KEN C. Miami Shores, Fla. Princeton, N. J. CALLAWAY, CLAUDIA CAMPBELL, JUDY Umatilla, Fla. Rochelle, III. CASS, RAYMOND CHAFFIN, RAYMOND Daytona Beach, Fla. Decatur, Ga. CHANDLER, DIANE CHATHAM, BOB Social Circle, Ga. East Point, Ga. Seniors Sorority members vie for honors during Greek Week competition. COLE, ELSIE P. DeLand, Fla. COLE, STEPHEN Miami, Fla. COLE, RONALD Lake City, Fla. COLLINS, CECIL C, III Jacksonville, Fla. CHESHIRE, GWEN CHILDRESS, REBECCA Pompano Beach, Fla. New Smyrna, Fla. CHRISTMAS, MARLENE CLARK, CAROL Miami, Fla. Bradenton, Fla. CLARK, DONALD W., JR. CLAY, TODD Greenfield, Mass. Coral Gables, Fla. CLELAND, MAX CLIFTON, GWILI H. Lifhonia, Ga. Miami, Fla. 188 C g k COLLMAN, DOROTHY A. Glen Mills, Pa. CONDIT, SARAH Miami Shores, Fla. COMER, JANE Orlando, Fla. CONTE, JoANNA Tampa, Fla. Focus on the hands of Peter Nero at rehearsal before Spring Concert. COOKE, S. TUCKER Newberry, Fla. COPE, VERNON Springfield, Mass. COWLEY, JANICE Sanford, Fla. COX, MARY Seneca, S. C. COONLEY, DONALD E. DeLand, Fla. COWDEN, DARRYL Dayton, Ohio COX, DONA Miami, Fla. CREWS, COLIN Altamonte Springs, Fla. 1964 Seniors Partially completed library presents a study in abstract design. DOANE, LEANN Pompano, Fla. DUNIFON, BILL Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. DOMONKOS, LAWRENCE Jacksonville, Fla. DURHAM, JOSEPH Bowden, Ga. CROWLEY, CAROLYN N. Augusta, S. C. DAMIANOS, CAROLYN Miami, Fla. DEASE, JEFFREY Dunedin, Fla. DeVANE, GWEN Ocala, Fla. CUNNINGHAM, TEENA K. DeLand, Fla. DANIEL, FRANCES Ocala, Fla. DeLeGAL, MARY Waycross, Ga. DICKSON, WAYNE Miami, Fla. 190 EDWARDS, J. RANDOLPH DeLand, Fla. EMIG, CHARLES Orlando, Fla. EMERSON, FRANCIS Winter Park, Fla. ENNIS, JOHN S. Daytona Beach, Fla. Stetson ' s pep band keeps spirits high at intercollegiate events. FIELD, JOANNE Jacksonville, Fla. FOLDS, JOHN Lakeland, Fla. FRANCISCO, JOHN Pompano Beach, Fla GARCIA, DIANA Miami, Fla. GARRIS, MARY KAY Umatilla, Fla. GARTSIDE, LEE Winter Park, Fla. GARTSIDE, TESSANNA DeLand, Fla. GASKINS, SALLIE Spartanburg, S. C 1964 GEHRKE, SUSAN GENTRY, DIANE New Smyrna, Fla. Charleston, S. C. GIBSON, DICK GILDER, LYNDA DeLand, Fla. Atlanta, Ga. GOODSON, PATRICIA GRASSMUCK, WILLIAM Edgewater, Fla. Cincinnati, Ohio GRAUSTEIN, ALAN GREENE, PAT Tewksbury, Mass. Silver Spring, Md. leniors A chance to talk quietly provides an opportunity to share ideas. GREGORY, GAYLE Danville, Ky. HALLIBURTON, JOHN Coral Gables, Fla. GRESS, WILLIAM DeLand, Fla. HAMILTON, ROBERT Orlando, Fla. 192 HAMPTON, JOHN Hollywood, Fla. HARDEN, MARY DELL Miami Springs, Fla. HANKAL, JOHN DeLand, Fla. HARGRAVE, BETTY St. Petersburg, Fla. Messersmith tips one over during weekly faculty volleyball game. HARRELL, BILL Pompano Beach, Fla HARRISON, ROBERT Tallahassee, Fla. HENCH, KATIE Jacksonville, Fla. HENRY, RALPH Margate, N. J, HARRIS, LE BRONE Pensacola, Fla. HATFIELD, JEAN Towson, Md. HENDRY, GAIL Lakeland, Fla. HILL, SANDRA Coral Gables. Fla. 1964 Seniors HOADLEY, SHERWOOD Daytona Beach, Fla. HOLMES, JAY Palm Beach, Fla. HOWELL, MICHAEL Silver Spring, Md. JACKSON, JUDITH Sarasota, Fla. 194 HOLLIDAY, ROBERT Ft. Lauderdale, Fla HOLTZENDORF, VIRGINIA Waycross, Ga. IRISH, NANCY Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. JOHNSON, DAVID St. Petersburg, Fla. Peter Nero entertains students with music from " West Side Story. " JOHNSON, RON Tampa, Fla. JULIAN, NED Sanford, Fla. JONES, JANICE Lakeland, Fla. KARBERG, RICHARD Indian River City, Fla. KEGLEY, KATHY Decatur, Ga. KERLING, ELIZABETH Hartsdale, N. Y. KEITH, ROBERT Atlanta, Ga. KIMBLER, FRIEDA East Palatka, Fla. Lawn concerts hold an attraction for many interested students. KNAPP, RICHARD DeLand, Fla. KRESSMAN, JOY Shamrock, Fla. LAY, JULIE Miami, Fla. LEE, DENNIS Orlando, Fla. KRAFT, LINDA Miami Springs, Fla. LANDERS, JAY Orlando, Fla. LEA, JIM DeLand, Fla. LENOX, ELLEN DeLand, Fla. 1964 Seniors LEONARDSON, MARSHA LEWTON, SANDY Hollywood, Fla. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. LINANE, GAIL LINGLE, DONALD Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Orlando, Fla. UPPI, LINDA LIPTHROTT, CHARLES Chatham, N. J. DeLand, Fla. LITTLEJOHN, FRED LOCKE, MARY E. Tampa, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla. A local inhabitant inspects art work displayed in sidewalk show. LOMBARD, MARVEAN Hallandale, Fla. LOVEGREN, SVEN Ft. Pierce, Fla. LONG, CAMILLE Palatka, Fla. LoZITO, MARY DeLand, Fla. 196 LUNSFORD, WILLIAM LUTZ, SUSAN Coral Gables, Fla. Riviera Beach, Fla. LYLE, FRANCES McCartney, gerry Jacksonville, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla. Freshmen quickly learn to mingle at Orientation Week square dance. McCORD, SANDRA Winter Park, Fla. McCREE, MARGIE Orlando, Fla. McGAFFIN, JAY Glenwood, Fla. McGEE, JUDIE Daytona Beach, Fla. MclLVAIN, DAVID Wynnev ood, Pa. McMILLIN, RICHARD Atlantic Beach, Fla. McQUAIG, DAWSON Jacksonville, Fla. MacKENDREE, RONALD Miami, Fla. 1964 Seniors MANSFIELD, HERBERT MATHEWSON, ALICE DeLand, Fla. Miami Shores, Fla. MATTHEWS, DIANNE MATTHEWS, ROBERT Marietta, Ga. Marietta, Ga. MATTHEWS, TURNER MAULDIN, GAIL Bradenton, Fla. Pompano Beach, Fla. MEADOWS, JOHN MENEFEE, KATHERINE Clermont, Fla. Lenoir, N. C. Glenn Baldwin turns out some mood music in the patio. MIHM, BARBARA MIKELL, DELL Sellersville, Pa. Trenton, Fla. MITCHELL, PAUL MOLNAR, DIANE Philadelphia, Pa. Chicago, III. 198 MONSON, CARL DeLand, Fla. MULLINS, SUZANNE Decatur, Ga. MORRIS, WILLIAM Hiawassee, Ga. MUNDRICK, DAN Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Everyone anticipates the completion of Stetson ' s modern library. MURPHEY, EDWINNA Gainesville, Fla. NEIDIG, PETE Orlando, Fla. NEWMAN, ALLEN Ironton, Ohio NISWONGER, PATTI Winter Haven, Fla. MYERS, WANDA JO Daytona Beach, Fla. NELSON, ROBERTA West Palm Beach, Fla. NEWTON, SANDRA Tampa, Fla. NUNLEY, JAY Portsmouth, Va. 1964 OSTERMAN, SUSANNA Daytona Beach, Fla. PAYNE, ANN Homestead, Fla. PERKINS, S. FRANK, IV DeLand, Florida PHILLIPS, LOUIS Hollywood, Fla. PASCHAL, ROBERT Enterprise, Ala. PEEK, JOE West Palm Beach, Fla. PETERSON, J. DANIEL Pierson, Fla. PICKERING, JOHN Fort Myers, Fla. Seniors Upperclassmen succumb to " lowly rats " in traditional tug-of-war. PICKERING, RICHARD S. Hamilton, Mass. RAINS, BRENDA LaFollette, Tenn. PRITCHARD, SUSAN Jacksonville, Fla. RATNOFF, BONN I Miami Beach, Fla. 200 RASCO, RUSSELL DeLand, Fla. RIFFLE, ALAN DeLand, Fla. REID, BARRY DeLand, Fla. ROCHE, ELIZABETH Bethesda, Maryland From the inside out— a different view of Stetson ' s activities. RODELLI, MEL W. Hollywood, Fla. RUGGIERO, JOHN Brookville L. I., N. Y. SASSER, FAITH DeLand, Fla. SCHAEFER, RICHARD Verona, Ohio ROTHERY, WAYNE B. Lorfon, Va, RUSSAK, JANICE Hialeah, Fla. SAVAGE, NEIL St. Petersburg, Fla. SCHODER, CHARLES Jacksonville, Fla. 1964 Seniors i ' ifirfhfc c aA Mrs. Johnson helps students to whom English is a foreign language. SPIVEY, V. JEMOINE Jacksonville, Fla. STACY, DAVID Tiffin, Ohio SQUIRE, RAYMOND S. Orleans, Mass. STAFFORD, STEVE Ocala, Fla. SHAW, SUE ANN SHELTON, WILLIAM L. Vero Beach, Fla. Hollywood, Fla. SHERARD, SAMUEL H. SMITH, ALBERTA Suffolk, Va. Eustis, Fla. SMITH, ANDY SMITH, RAYMOND Frostproof, Fla. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. SMITH, ROBERT A. SPARKS, JACK Hollywood, Fla. Santo, Texas 202 STRAWN, ELDON St. Petersburg, Fla. SUCHER, DOUGLAS Hamden, Conn. STRICKLAND, DIANE Tallahassee, Fla. SWALLOWS, MARY Winter Haven. Fla. Mr. Freund displays miniature of mural rendered for midwestern bank. TAFT, EUGENE S., Ill TERRELL, JAMES Summit, N. J. Jacksonville, Fla. THOMAS, N. RANDALL THOMPSON, JAMES C. Orlando, Fla. DeLand, Fla. TIPPETT, GLENNA ULACK, RICHARD West Palm Beach, Fla. Glenhead, N. Y. WALKER, CLAUDINE WARD, HAMPTON Atlanta, Ga. Daytona Beach, Fla. 1964 Seniors WATERS, VERNON WEST, FRANKLIN Jacksonville, Fla. Atlanta, Ga. WESTBERRY, MICHAEL WESTBERRY, OLIVE Ormond Beach, Fla. Savannah, Ga. WHITLEY, HARRY WILLIAMS, EILEEN L. Albemarle, N. C. St. Petersburg, Fla WILLIAMS, LLOYD WILLIAMS, NILES St. Petersburg, Fla. Bradenton, Fla. , ». Louis Phillips takes advantage of the Alpha Chi Omega Slave Auction. WILSON, BEVERLY WILSON, CAROLYN St. Petersburg, Fla. Miami, Fla. WILSON, MARGARET WILSON, TYREE Kissimmee, Fla. St. Petersburg, Fla 204 WOOD, STAN Ft, Lauderdale, Fla. YOUMANS, KAREN Cocoa Beach, Fla. YOUNGERMAN, RALPH Chatham, N. J. WOODBERY, MARTHA Plant City, Fla. YOLJNG, BEVERLY Harrington Park, N. J. ZIWWAERMAN, BONNIE Winter Park, Fla. WIMBERLY, JIWWIE MAE Ft. Myers, Fla. WOOD, MRS. HELENE DeLand, Florida WOLFE, ELIZABETH Memphis, Tenn. WOOD, ROBERT J., SR. DeLand, Fla. Solitude— a few moments set apart for reminiscence and meditation. 1964 205 Who ' s in Colleges and 206 Carolyn Jean Damianos Who American Universities Joseph Wheeler Landers, Jr. 207 Sven Glaf Lovegren H -t : V k--.. • • . J 1 M y K ' ii H f jp JH ■ ™ -1 1 L fc- i 1 1 iBy l Hr H : F .- . ' .- ' ' ;J H L x ' - J IJf I H Wk f ■ ' ' --J I Who ' s in Colleges and Annie Katherine Menefee Paul Donald Mitchell, III 208 Who American Universities 1964 Douglas Bushnell Sucher 209 Junior Senators RICHARD GINN BOB TOM SNOWDEN DOUG McKITTRICK CHUCK BUGG, president 210 Abies, Cliff L.A. Sanford, Fla. Allen, Jacquelyne LA. Orlando, Fla. Allen, Samuel Music Valdosta, Ga. Anders, Joan LA. W. Palm Beach, Fla. Anderson, Marion Music Pageland, S.C. Boriss, Alexander L.A. Miami, Fla. Bowman, Roy L.A. Clarendon Hills, III. Bramlitt, Brenda L.A. Jacksonville, Fla. Bremer, Paul Bus. Lake Worth, Fla. Broer, Bruce L.A. Babylon, N.Y. Brooks, Jerrie L.A. Washington, D C. Brophy, James LA. Newburgh, N.Y. Brown, Cheryl L.A. J L Miami Springs, Fla. Hik. JS Browne, Mary Llew L.A. BH L Miami, Fla. Brownfield, Tom L.A. M ir ri iay ii ii . Canton, Ohio M ' Brownson, Judy L.A. Vero Beach, Fla. - — ' C- ' Bues, Mary L.A. .Jl ' B| Miami, Fla. . glB Ei - V - v Chapman, Barbara L.A. Gainesville, Fla. Childs, Richard L.A. Winter Park, Fla. Christian, Sandra L.A. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Claussen, Kenneth Bus. Miami, Fla. Cleary, Jeanne L.A. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Clopper, Terry Bus. Murray Hill, N.J. Bugg, Charles L.A. Miami, Fla. Burnside, Arthur L.A. Dade City, Fla. Carefoot, George L.A. Fort Meade, Fla. Carr, Susan L.A. N. Palm Beach, Fla. Chamberlin, Cathy L.A. Ft. Myers Beach, Fla. Chaplin, Jim Bus. Miami, Fla. Clas! Coulter, Wayne L.A. Dade City, Fla. Courchaine, Nancy L.A. Duluth, Minn. Cowart III, Zollie L.A. Calera, Ala. Crable, Nancy L.A. Winter Park, Fla. Cregar, Edward Bus. E. Northfield, Mass. Cole, Betty L.A. Chattanooga, Tenn. Coley, Patricia L.A. Hialeah, Fla. Condon, Richard L.A. Pompano Beach, Fla. Conklin, Addie L.A. Tampa, Fla. Conner, Joseph Folkston, Ga. Cooper, Shannon L.A Jacksonville, Fla . Jli ' illJf. of ' 65 - 1 Cresswell, Carol L.A. TlS W Amityville, N.Y. ' » - I ' Crum, Martha Sue Music . Cypress, Billy L.A. - " M W. Hollywood, Fla. Deal, Betty Music Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. DeLeeuw, Carol L.A. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Durrence, Gloria L.A. Lake Placid, Fla. Edelblut, Robert L.A. Ft. Meyers, Fla. Engle, Katherine L.A. White Plains, N.Y. Farrington, Martha L.A. Eau Gallie, Fla. Fay, Robert L.A. Wallingford, Conn. Fly, Janice L.A. Apopka, Fla. i ' 4 deLesdernier, Noel L.A. Titusville, Fla. Demirgian, Mary E L.A. Miami Shores, Fla. Dill, Carol L.A. Oakland, N.J. Dixon, Roger W L.A. Lake Mary, Fla. Dollens, Donna L.A. U Valdosta, Ga. Dunwoody, Elliott Bus. Coral Gables, Fla. Greenbaum, Leslie L.A. Miami Beach, Fla. Greene, Ralph L.A. Jacksonville, Fla. Gregory, Linda L.A. Key West, Fla. Gregory, Martha L.A. Lawrenceville, III. Haig, Eva May Bus. W. Hollywood, Fla. Hale, Dan L.A. Ft. Pierce, Fla. Fogle, Douglas L.A. DeLand, Fla. Formet, Gary Bus. DeLand, Fla. Foust, Brady L.A. Clarksviile, Tenn. Francis, Jeanette L.A. Clewiston, Fla. Geiger, Dwight L.A. Pompano Beach, Fla. Ginn, Richard L.A. Miami, Fla. t Hall, Laura L.A. Bradenton, Fla. Hansen, Carol L.A. Melrose, Fla. i Harman, DJanne L.A. B 1 Casselberry, Fla. Harris, Cissy L.A. Oxford, Ga. Harris, Robert L.A. , ' |«i» ' " W St. Petersburg, Fla. WT: ' John I B H[ Foley, H M M lw Hartman, William Music Winter Haven, Fla. Haulman, Bruce L.A. Panama City, Fla. Hef lin, Margaret L.A. Alexandria, Va. Henderson, Steve Bus. West Palm Beach, Fla. Herko, Aileen L.A. Miami, Fla. Hicks, Janet L.A. Orlando, Fla. Hicks, Violet L.A. f ir JIS . Tampa, Fla. High, Steven Bus. Altamonte Springs, Fla. Hird, Linda L.A. Coral Gables, Fla. Hockett, Tobey L.A. North Miami, Fla. Hood, Richard L.A. Homestead, Fla. ' K " «« • Hopkins III, Leonard Bus. Nashville, Tenn. Clasi Hunt, Jon Music Anderson, Ind. Hunter, Bonnie L.A. Burlington, N.J. Hunter, Gloria L.A. Statesville, Ga. lannucci, Ray L.A. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Ingersoll, James L.A. Lake Worth, Fla. Hopper, Townsend Bus. New York, N.Y. Horn, Karen L.A. Sun City, Ariz. Hoven, Stevie L.A. Winter Park, Fla. k W| Hudgins, Mary A Decatur, Ga. " Huff, Kathleen L.A. Miami, Fla. Hughes, Robert L.A. Miami, Fla. " " K. m of ' 65 Jenkins, Lawrence Bus. Albany, Ga. Johnson, Robert A L.A. Jacksonville, Fla. Johnston, James C Bus. Ft. Myers, Fla. Jokela, William Music Panama City, Fla. Jones, Edith L.A. Sanford, Fla. Kennedy, G. Patrick L.A. Jacksonville, Fla. Kilbride, Daniel M L.A. Daytona Beach, Fla. King, Pat L. Ormond Beach, F Kirk, William L.A. Sanford, Fla. Kirkpatrick, June L.A. Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, Fla. Lacer, Beth L. Opa-Locka, F Levy, Joel L.A. Bayport, N.Y. Liddy, Sandy Bus. St. Petersburg, Fla. Lokey, Thomas Bus. Daytona Beach, Fla. Long, Terry L.A. Palatka, Fla. Love, James Bus. Lake Worth, Fla. LoZito, John LA. DeLand, Fla. y .3. Jones, Margaret L.A. Covington, Ky. Justice, Peggy L.A. Douglas, Ga. Kahle, William L.A. St. Louis, Mo. Kane, Karen L.A. Winter Park, Fla. Kaunitz, Peter L.A. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Keller, Maximillion L.A. St. Petersburg, Fla. Lamb, George LA. Jacksonville, Fla. N l Laney, Joel L.A. DeLand, Fla. Lanum, Jackie L.A. Brooker, Fla. LaSalle, Thomas Bus. Northampton, Mass. I Lavender, Patrica L.A. Sanford, Fla. LaVoy, David L.A. Jacksonville, Fla. cDaniel, Phyllis LA. , Arlington, Va. icEniry, Mary I- " - DeLand, Fla. _ , cGinnis, Leanne LA. _, m Atlanta, Fla. l cKittrick, Doug L.A. Ft. Pierce, Fla. Aaas, Roger Bus. Clearwater, Fla. , (AacFarland, Dave L.A. MS _ M Melbourne m ' ' HB Meeker, Joyce Bus. Clermont, Fla. Meierstein, Gloria Bus. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Miller, Lanny L.A. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Mock, William L.A. St. Petersburg, Fla. Moore, William L.A. DeLand, Fla. Moorman, Marion L.A. Winter Haven, Fla. K Mallard, Mary Ann Music Eau Gallie, Fla. k Mann, Carol L.A. Wx -«» West Palm Beach, Fla. Marchinton, Linda L.A New Smyrna Beach, Fla Mason, Don ' ' " s- .. B ■ Stoneham, Mass. Mayer, John L.A. Louisville, Ky. Meadows, Linda L.A. . . of ' 65 Nichols, Margaret L Orlando, Fl Pullen, Lynn L.A. Jacksonville, Fla. Raynal, Marilyn L.A. Miami, Fla. Reynolds, Robert Bus. DeLand, Fla. Riden, Thomas L.A. DeLand, Fla. Rigano, Richard L.A. Mamaroneck, N.Y. Roach, James L.A. Miami, Fla. Robb, Carol L.A. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Rogers, Anne L.A. Jacksonville, Fla. Rogers, Sharon L.A. Daytona Beach, Fla. ' Rogers, Violet L.A. M Daytona Beach, Fla. Roux, Robert L.A. Ft. Meyers, Fla. Rutledge, Elaine L.A. Atlanta, Ga. Class Seymour, Tyrone L.A. Jacksonville, Fla. Shelton, Frank L.A. Metropolis, III. Shubella, Joan L.A. Miami, Fla. Singley, Theresa Mus. Atlanta, Ga. Smith, Francene L.A. Bradenton, Fla. Stevens, Caroline L.A. Asheville, N.C. Stokes, Randall L.A. Pensacola, Fla. Stott, Norman L.A. Surrey, England Strauss, Marilyn L.A. Miami, Fla. Studier, Gerald L.A. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Thornton, Tom L.A. Haperville, Ga. Tilton, Joan L.A. North Miami, Fla. Tucker, Dave Bus. Chappaqua, N.Y. Tucker, Thomas L.A. Lynn Haven, Fla. Tunnell, Gene Mus. Homestead, Fla. Smith, Larry L.A. Delray Beach, Fla. Smith, Sandra Mus. Jacksonville, Fla. Snow , Patty L.A. Delray Beach, Fla. Snowden, Robert L.A. Jacksonville, Fla. Stark, William Bus. Jacksonville, Fla. of ' 65 Turner, John LA. Balboa, Canal Zone Tussing, Lewis L.A. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Umbaugh, Sandra L.A. Ocala, Fla. Uttrup, June L.A. Jacksonville, Fla. Vanderwal, Carole L.A. Jacksonville, Fla. A Williamson, Mary Jo Bus. Jacksonville, Fla. Wilson, Kay L.A. Cynthiana, Ky. Wirsing, June L.A. Carollton, Ga. Yetter, Mary L.A. Tavares, Fla. Yocum, Donna L.A. North Miami, Fla. M Villers, Kathie L.A. Ft. Myers, Fla. Wagner, Paul . .■ L.A. T-J " C? ' Clearwater, Fla. Walker, Nisa L.A. ' ' North Miami, Fla. k Wall, Denise L.A. H I Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Walton, Karen L.A. Miami Springs, Fla. r m Wick, Elizabeth Bus. West Palm Beach, Fla. Wilkins, Grover Mus, DeLand, Fla Williams, Gwynne Bus Sanford, Fla Williams, Karen L.A. g St. Petersburg, Fla. Williams, Randy L.A Ft. Myers, Fla Sophomore Senators BILL SCHNEIDER, president 220 Class of ' 66 ,% Ashcraft, Sarah L.A. " DeLand, Fla. Ault, James Mus. Panama City, Fla. j - Bagnal, Joel L.A. Jacksonville, Fla. Bailey, David L.A. §4 Plant City, Fla. JHJ Baker, Phil LA. Waterbury, Vt. Baksa, Richard Bus. Scotch Plains, N.J. Baylor, Brenda Bus. - Cedar Key, Fla. . Ife Bedell, Bill Bus. iii A- " VHml Bradford, Pa. Beeman, Paul L-A. Miami, Fla. Bickelhaupt, James Bus. DeLand, Fla. Bishop, Don Bus. J West N.Y. Bivans, Barbara LA- Miami, Fla. Boltomley, Gerald L.A. Melbourne, Fla. Aaron, Chris L.A. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Abbott, Tom L.A. Atlanta, Ga. ■ Anderson, Joy L.A. Clearvi ater, Fla. Anderson, Karen L.A. Columbus, Ohio Anthony, Sarah Bus. Atlantic Beach, Fla. Appleby, Janis L.A. Waterford, Conn. Baldwin, Glenn L.A. Delray Beach, Fla. IL Baltasar-Campos, Rafael L.A. Santiago de Cuba, Cuba K ' Barbe, Ira L.A. Warwick, R.I. Barnes, Robert Bus. Jacksonville, Fla. rolo, Denice L.A. Bradenton Beach, Fla. Barrett, Shirley L.A. Savannah, Ga. Barron, Lynn L.A. Chester Springs, Pa. Braun, Amelia L.A. Baldwin. Fla. Brousseau, Ted L.A. Ormond by the Sea, Fla. Brown, Becky L.A. Englewood, Fla. Bryan, Diana L.A. Chattanooga, Tenn. Bullers, Thomas L.A. Port Charlotte, Fla. Busey, Steve Bus. Jacksonville, Fla. Butler, Douglas Mus. Atlanta, Ga. 221 Coker, Julius L.A. Bradenton, f s. Collins, Nancy L.A. Coral Gables, Fla. Colvard, Ruth L.A. Pahokee, Fla. Conner, Bonnie L.A. DeLand, Fla. „ Cornwall, Pete L.A. Spencer, Iowa Coutant, And rew L.A. Stuart, Fla. Cox, Clara L.A. Gainesville, Fla. . Carlson, Neil L.A. i - , St. Petersburg, Fla. " ' W Carr, Donna L.A. .j Ttk fe Longboat Key, ' H ■ H Cason, Diane L.A. Homestead, Fla. Clements, Ann L.A. Vero Beach, Fla. Clenney, Lynda L.A. Jacksonville, Fla. Cochran, Bruce L.A. Clearwater, Fla. Cohen, Rick Bus. Miami, Fla. 222 " Ik Cox, Margaret Music Lakeland, Fla. Creagh-Larramendi, Gloria L.A. La Habana, Cuba ■f Crosby, Julie L.A. DeLand, Fla. Culver, Eddie Bus. Savannah, Ga. Dansyear, Patricia L.A. Coral Gables, Fla. Davidson, Sandy Bus. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Davis, Charles Music Ormond Beach, Fla. Clasi Davis, Jim L.A. Laguna Beach, Fla. Davis, John L.A. Dade City, Fla, Deaton, Joyce L.A, Charlotte, N.C. Dekle, Jennie L.A. Gainesville, Fla. Dericks, Donna L.A. Cincinnati, Ohio Dillman, Charles Bus. Miami Springs, Fla. f Dilworth, Anne L.A. Memphis, Tenn. Dodd, Rita Jane L.A. Kissimmee, Fla. Doubleday, Diane L.A. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Dowling, Richard Bus. Treasure Island, Fla. Durham, Brenda L.A. Blountstown, Fla. Edge, Hoyt L.A. Louisville, Ky. of ' 66 Finney, Beverly L.A. N. Miami, Fla. Flagler, Edward Bus. Longmeadow, Mass. Fleishel, Connie L.A. DeLand, Fla. Fletcher, Suzanne L.A. Greensboro, Fla. Forkner, Ben L.A. Fort Pierce, Fla. Fox, Sandra L.A. Jacksonville, Fla. Gieg, Charles l Wilton, Conn. Giff in, Caryl i p DeLand, Fla. Gimenez, Cesar L.A Miami, Fla. Hrpt ■ Glaze, Rita _ fi Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Gooding, Mack |_ y _ m Jacksonville, Fla. Hy ' Goodson, Barbara L.A. Haines City, Fla. Gordon, Gail l a_ Arcadia, Fla. h, IBW " ' " " Tl Eger, Judye L.A. Jacksonville, Fla. Ellis, Wayne Bus. - Jacksonville, Fla. Eslinger, Bob L.A. , ,sr . Bradenton, . i. H Fagan, Barbara i K. 1 Jacksonville, Fla. Field, Alice L.A. Jacksonville, Fla. Field, Judi L.A. Asheville, N.C. Francisco, William L.A. Tampa, Fla Freeland, Melissa L.A. k Panama City, Fla. i Furlong, Edward Bus. DeLand, Fla. Garbow, Chris L.A. Patuxent River, Md. Garland, Carol L.A. Naples, Fla. Garner, Joseph L.A, | Carmi, III Garvin, Glenn BuSf Chevy Chase, Md. Gray, Eleanor L.A. Springfield, Mass. Gray, Margaret Music Daytona Beach, Fla. Gridley, Susie L.A. Sarasota, Fla. Grinnell, Norman L.A. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Guinand, Joel L.A. Clearwater, Fla. Gutman, Virginia L.A. Pompano Beach, Fla. Guyon, Barbara L.A. Marathon Shores, Fla. 223 Class Hargnetf, David L.A. Jacksonville, Fla. Harkins, Steve ' ■.A. Bolton, Mass. iflHft Harvey, Marion L.A. K 1 Jackson, Tenn. Wiii pT T Hastings, Lawrence L.A. Hamden, Conn. Hayman, Cindy L.A. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Haynes, Janet L.A. Bainbridge, Ga. Healy, Donna L.A. Miami, Fla. 1 A -5 Higgins, Terry l.a. Sarasota, Fla. Hilbert, Alice L.A. Leesburg, Fla. K Hird, Randy L.A. " Coral Gables, Fla. Hoben, Diana L.A. Atlanta, Ga. Hogue, Peter L.A. Fort Myers Beach, Fla. Holifield, Richard L.A. Sebring, Fla. Hall, Fred Bus. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Hall, Patricia Anne L.A. Leesburg, Fla. Hampp, Kurt L.A. Bethesda, Md. Hampton, Ralph L.A. West Palm Beach, Fla. Handley, Thomas L.A. Oakridge, Tenn. Hankins, Cheryl L.A. Miami, Fla. Hardy, Sandra L.A Hollyv ood, Fla, 224 Hebden, Wayne Bus. Kirkwood, Mo. Heebner, Peter L.A. DeLand, Fla. Heidbreder, Susie L.A. Quincy, III. Hendry, Thomas L.A. J » f. Bradenton, Fla. Herberholz, Lois L.A. Miami, Fla. _ Herrald, Judith L.A. Mi Baldv insville, N.Y. " Higgins, Jeffrey L.A. g ' ' ' ' Coral Gables, Fla. f % rS -ST. Holmes, Ovi en L.A Jacksonville, Fl Holmes, Susan L. Lighthouse Point, F Hook, Penny L. N. Miami, Fl Hooper, Judi L. Holly Hill, Fl Howard, Alice L. Lakeland, Fl Humes, Virginia L. Altamonte Springs, Fl of ' 66 .=♦ Jones, Richard L.A. West Palm Beach, Fla. Jordan, Hunt Music High Point, N.C. Jorgensen, Terry Bus. Huntington, N.Y. Kappeler, Gary L.A. Canonsburg, Pa. Karwicl«, Christopher L.A. Sarasota, Fla. Kelly, Terry L.A. S. Miami, Fla. Krause, Dorit L.A. Pittsburgh, Pa. , Landers, Linda L.A. ' -- i Chattanooga, Tenn. . ttfik Laney, Patricia L.A. m Birmingham, Ala. ■ ' C Lawrence, Michael L.A. ;, ' .. St. Petersburg, Fla. i . Longbottom, Helen L.A. _ l if fe Fla. m 1 Lubbers, Barbara Music Daytona Beach, Fla. Lucas, Sandra L.A. Coral Gables, Fla. Jackson, Jerry L.A. Jacksonville, Fla. Jarman, Sally i....L.A. Philadelphia, Pa. Jennison, Richard L.A. Framingham, Mass. Johansen, Janie L.A. Miami, Fla. Jones, Jeffrey L.A. Jacksonville, Fla. Jones, Priscilla Music Atlanta, Ga. Kentner, Kathy L.A. Miami Shores, Fla. Key, Nancy L.A. DeLand, Fla. Kighf, Anna L.A. Cordele, Ga. Kimble, Bob Bus. Arlington, Va. Kitson, Worth L.A. Miami, Fla. Knight, Gwen L.A. Jacksonville, Fla. Knowles, Clay L.A. Jacksonville, Fla. Lynn, Cherie Bus. So. Huntington, N.Y. Lynn, Ray L.A. Perry, Fla. Lyon, Janet L.A. Lakeland, Fla. McGee, John L.A. New Orleans, La. McHargue, Glynis L.A. Sebring, Fla. McQueen, John L.A. Punta Gorda, Fla. Macgill, Barbara L.A. North Palm Beach, Fla. 225 Class Miller, Raymond 1-A- Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Millsaps, Annica LA. Mfi Fort Lauderdale, Fla. . HBfc». Minor, Sandy L.A, i Atlanta, Ga. | . f . Mitchell, Barbara 1-A. , « Elizabethtown, Ky. Moffat, Bonnie I-.A. Orlando, Fla. Moore, Margaret Bus. Titusville, Fla. Morgan, Dorothy LA. Miami, Fla. W " Marcial, Ferd Bus. Blairstown, N.J. Marks, H. G L.A. Winter Park, Fla. Martin, Paul L.A. Gainesville, Fla. Massing, Dale L.A. Erie, Pa. Mazur, Jeanne L.A. Eau Gallie, Fla. Melton, Randy Music Lenoir, N.C. Melton, Sandy L.A. Atlanta, Ga. 226 Nawotka, Laura L.A. Hopewell, Va. Nelson, Sanford L.A. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. mk Nimnicht, Randy L.A. « Miami, Fla. Ninow, Penny L.A. St. Cloud, Fla. Norton, Diana Music , ' - ' ' Atlanta, Ga. k ' t- ' Ia I Nunez, Richard L.A. DeLand, Fla. Oglesby, Rob Bus. Palm Beach, Fla. Orians, Jan L.A. Toledo, Ohio Owen, Tim L.A. Howey, Fla. Page, Carey L.A. Evergreen, Ala. Palmer, Charles Bus. DeLand, Fla. of 66 y Pierce, Larry L.A. Summerville, S.C. gj Pond, Richard L.A. 1 I Jupiter, Fla. jf ' » T. Poppe, Carol L.A. -. Umatilla, Fla. l P i Powe, Mildred L.A. m H Priddy, Linda W us ' c Chattanooga, Tenn. Puterbaugh, Bob Bus Babson Park, Fla Robinson, AAarcia L.A. Apopka, Fla. Rogers, Judy Bus. Fort Pierce, Fla. Rogers, Linda L.A. Babson Park, Fla. Rosselle, David Bus. Atlanta, Ga. Rutan, Carol Music New Orleans, La. Salter, Phelps Bus. Bronxville, N.Y. Sapp, Kathleen L.A. Winston-Salem, N.C. Parker, James Bus, Lake Worth, Fla Paschal, Laurie L.A DeLand, Fla Patterson, Ian Bus. Hollywood, Fla. Pehle, Richard LA. g Bethesda, Md Petersen, Stephen Bus. 1 Spencer, Iowa .| Pettigrew, Luanne L.A _, Jacksonville, Fla , - " tT " ' Richards, Juliet AAusic »,- :S:K Bainbridge, Ga. Richter, James Bus. | " Fla. H fc Riddile, Scott L.A. B W Milwaukee, Wis. m Rikard, Evie L.A. ' - Ji, Winter Haven, Fla. ' -■„_, - Ritchie, Dennis L.A. V J Miami, Ti . HV H Coral Gables, Fla. ' " " - Robin, Martha L.A. N. Palm Beach, Fla. M % Class Soule, Gardner L.A. Pittsford, N.Y. Starkey, Peggy Music Fort Walton Beach, Fla. Steele, Kenneth Music Tampa, Fla. Stephens, Anne L.A. Tallahassee, Fla. Steven, James L.A. Charlotte, N.C. Stone, Billy Bus. Jacksonville, Fla. Thompson, James Music Auburndale, Fla. Thompson, Tim L.A. Bedford, Pa. Thompson, Yvonne L.A. Pahokee, Fla. Toth, Andrea L.A. N. Miami, Fla. ' -x Traut, Richard L.A. L Indialantic, Fla. K i J ▲Ik Shuford, Richard L.A. Jacksonville, Fla. Skidmore, Daniel Bus. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Slaton, Martha L.A. Damascus, Md. H HRk Smedley, Susan L.A. ft_ Madison, Tenn. Smith, Joyce Music Jasper, Fla. Smith, Nancy L.A. Miami, Fla. Solomon, Ron Bus. Fort Myers, Fla. 228 Sullivan, Ann Bus. Milton, W. Va. Swanson, Judy L.A. B Keokuk, ovja H Swope, Ann L.A. Miami, Fla. Tascher, Mary Lou L.A. Ingleside, III. Taylor, Charlotte L.A. Albany, Ga. Taylor, Dorothy L.A. St. Petersburg, Fla. Tyson, Gary L.A Ocala, Fla Vail, Arlene L.A. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Varnedoe, Mary Lou L.A. Palatka, Fla. Vick, Bing L.A. Charlotte, N.C. Wachsmuth, Kaye L.A. Columbia, S.C of ' 66 Wiegand, John Bus., flf Montclair, N.J. ' • ' _ Wieland, William Bus. f ■ Mt. Gilead, Ohio ■ Wilkinson, Kenneth L.A. Lake Worth, Fla. ' J Williams, Jack L.A. ' Alexandria, Va. H A Williams, Terry L.A. Miami, Fla. Wingate, Judy L.A. Winter Park, Fla. Wallace, Stanley L.A. 0f Sebring, Fla. | | Wands, Nancy L.A. Deerfield, III. Ward, Brenda L.A. Port St. Joe, Fla. Ward, Teryl-Sue L.A. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Waters, Oneita Music Homestead, Fla. White, Dudley Bus. Decatur, Ga. White, Gene Bus. Daytona Beach, Fla. White, Peggy L.A. Fountain Inn, S.C. Whiteside, Custer L.A. Sorrento, Fla. Whitlock, Ann Music Rising Sun, Ind. Wicker, Jo L.A. Miami, Fla. Woofter, Linda . . .• L.A. Pahokee, Fla. Wright, Barbara L.A. DeLand, Fla. Wright, Robert L.A. Meridian, Miss. Yaeger, Jim Bus. Terre Haute, Ind. Young, Huck L.A. Pleasantville, N.Y. Young, Tina L.A. Jacksonville, Fla. 229 Freshman Senators ANGEL CASTILLO DON JACKSON JOHN HAIRE STEVE WILKERSON, president 230 Abies, Mike L.A. jj " A Sanford, Fla. Ainger, Esther L.A. Englewood, Fla. Alard, Leopoldo L.A. Matanzas, Cuba Albritton, Merilyn L.A. Wauchula, F-la. Aldrich, Kathy L.A. Sarasota, Fla. Alexander, Leslie L.A. St. Petersburg, Fla Barbre ' Pamela L.A. W Alexandria, Va. Barringer, Jo Bus. H ' Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Barroso, Juan Bus. Havana, Cuba ,W - ' Beach, Jane L.A. Eau Gallie, Fla. Beach, Marci L.A. . Holly Hill, Fla. , M M Beckner, Harold Bus. ' Tylertown, Miss. Bedell, John Bus. „ Hempstead, N.Y. Alloway, Jerry L.A. JK:; b25 » Columbus, Ohio " Anderson, Susan L.A. M . Manhattan Beach, Calif. V Archibald, George L.A. Pj DeLand, Fla. Arrington, Cissy L.A. Cordele, Ga. Arvanitis, Susan L.A. L " Paul, Minn. K lK Ashley, Joyce L.A. Sl Jacksonville, Fla. ■1 . Ausinsch, Baiba L.A. Ostervagen, Sweden Blazer, Carol L.A. Fort Myers, Fla. Bohmfalk, John L.A. Rye, N.Y. Borroum, Shirley L.A. Ft. Benning, Ga. Boykin, Ronald Mus. Jacksonville, Fla. Bozard, Marie L.A. DeLand, Fla. Bradbury, Charles L.A. Ormond Beach, Fla. Bradley, Charlene L.A. Hialeah, Fla. Behrens, Alden L.A. Shaw A.F.B., S.C. Belden, Robert Bus. , Carlisle, Pa. A Biber, Joe L.A. , B»ifc. Spartanburg, S.C. " l Bigelow , Vining Bus. - ■l -.fin Branford, Conn. Birrel, Mary Grace .L.A. J ht " Cocoa Beach, Fla. S| Bishop, Bruce L.A. |tk Seynal Mt., Tenn. H tt ' Bishop, Randi L.A. Clearwater, Fla. 231 Branan, Samuel L.A. ™__, Vero Beach, Fla i " Brannam, Julie Mus. L k. Jacksonville, Fla flfe Brent, Frederick L.A. Jt Winter Park, Fla. % ' » Breslin, George L.A. Jacksonville, Fla. s _ Brockett, Gail L.A. j ttAk Pensacola, Fla. R fl Brooker, Cheri L.A. Miami, Fla. Brown, Dianna L.A. Satellite Beach, Fla. Carameros, Toni L.A | Miami, Fla H ' ' Carter, Donna L.A Orlando, Fla Carter, Frank L.A Chevy Chase, Mo Cartledge, Joyce L.A Miami, Fla " " W Castillo, Angel L.A | Fla mi g Caulley, Mike L.A tg Jac ksonville, Fla mlKI Cav thon, Dudley L.A 1 -;:: ' ■ Miami Shores, Fla Class Clifford, Christopher L.A. Clearwater, Fla. Cline, Linda L.A. Dunedin, Fla. Cochrane, John L.A. Largo, Fla. Cohrs, Gail L.A. Pompano Beach, Fia. Cole, Richard Bus. Lake City, Fla. Cole, Sarah L.A. Dallas, Tex. .1 - " . 232 k Brown, Tana L.A. Columbus, Ind. Bryant, Fred L.A. St. Petersburg, Fla. Buckner, Kenneth L.A. Orlando, Fla. Burnett, Lane L.A. Jacksonville, Fia. Butler, Jack L.A. Boca Raton, Fla. Cain, Loucretia L.A. Lake Wales, Fla, " " Campbell, Rocki L.A, Pompano Beach, Fla Ceballo, Luis L.A. Guantanamo, Cuba Chappell, Lee L.A. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Chase, Bill L.A. Eustis, Fla. Cheshire, Joanne L.A. Pompano Beach, Fla. Chickering, Susan Bus. Camden, S.C. Clarke, Larry L.A. Miami, Fla. Claypool, Linda L.A. k of ' 67 Collins, Phillip LA. Tampa, Fla. Combs, Nancy L.A. DeLand, Fla. Cornell, Sheryl L.A. m ■«« ■ College Park, Ga. Corson, Wynne - L.A. Evanston, III. Corydon, Bonnie L.A. rr Mk Clarendon Hills, MKK k Cox, Carol Mus. HBPa West Palm Beach, Fla. " Davis, Jan L.A. Palatl a, Fla. i Davis, Kevin L.A. " Dayton, Ohio Dawson, Jack E L.A. Venice, Fla. deArmas, Nestor L.A. Miami, Fla. DeLoach, Steward Mus. New Smyrna Beach, Fla. Delrose, Teresa L.A. Jacksonville, Fla. i ' de Miranda III, Frank L.A. Camaguey, Cuba Creager, Lyndia Bus. Hyattsville, Md. Crowther, John L.A. Hamden, Conn. Cruckshank II, John D L.A. Milton, Mass. Curmanskie, Mary Ann L.A. Miami, Fla. Damron, Richard Bus. University City, Mo. Davidson, Patty Mus. H Columbus, Ga. . ™ Davis, Andrew L.A. Jacksonville, Fla. Duckworth, Howard L.A. Providence, R.I. Edwards, Selby Bus. DeLand, Fla. Eno, Ralph L.A. Simsbury, Conn. Enstice, Richard L.A. Caldwell, N.J. Estenson, Janet L.A. Jacksonville, Fla. Estess, George Bus. Hollywood, Fla. Estes, Sharon L.A. Ft. Benning, Ga. Jr Denoyelle, Beverly L.A. Andover, Mass. deTreville, Lisa L.A. H Jacksonville, Fla. Dickey, Paul AAus. Miami, Fla. Dillard, Camille Mus. Tampa, Fla. Dominguez, Francisco L.A. Habana, Cuba Dorer, George L.A. Columbus, Ga. Dow ning, Michelle L.A. Coronado, Calif. 233 Eubanks, Diane L.A. Jacksonville, Fla. Fendt, Frederick L.A. Wayne, N.J. d Fish, Jerry LA. Romney, West Va. Fishpaw, Virginia L.A. JB SR DeLand, Fla. Floyd, William Bus. Miami, Fla. Foley, Joyce L.A. DeLand, Fla. Frishe, Nancy L.A. Winter Haven, Fla. Gendell, Michael L.A. M«— J Claremont, N.H. " " Gentry, James Mus. " V New Smyrna Beach, Fla. » Gilbert, Fran L.A. « Titusvllle, Fla. Gladding, Sam L.A Decatur, Ga Gonzales, Humberto L.A. Mf Habana, Cuba ' Gonzales, Ramon L.A. Habana, Cuba Graef, Patricia Lea Bus. Summit, N.J. Class 234 Furlong, Jane Bus. t 4» DeLand, Fla. £ Gabler, Thelma L.A. Fla. IM Gainey, Betsy L.A. Marathon Shores, Fla. Galitz, Earl L.A. Coral Gables, Fla. Gardner, Lynn L.A. St. Petersburg, Fla. Gassett, Susan L.A. H J i Eau Gallie, Fla. " ■ Gates, Edwina L.A. Harrisburg, Pa. Hanes, David Bus. Lake Worth, Fla. Hardman, John Bus. W. Hollywood, Fla. Harmer, Wendy L.A. Pompano Beach, Fla. Harris, Smilie Mus. Ocala, Fla. Harrison, Yvonne Mus. Miami, Fla. Haylett, Scotti L.A. Plattsburgh, N.Y. Graham, Michael L.A. Miami, Fla. Grana, Madeline L.A. Jacksonville, Fla. Grimm, Betsy L.A. Titusville, Fla. Gruber, Craig L.A. Lake Park, Fla. Guenther, Linda L.A. DeLand, Fla. , Gussman, Diane L.A. I Silver Spring, Md. Haire, John L.A Vero Beach, Fla of ' 67 Head, George Mus. " Atlanta, Ga. . Hfti Heath, Ronald LA. fl l Warwick, R.I. ,; i? Hedrick, Christine LA. j _ % Vienna, Va. ' 4| Heinze, Donald LA. ' . TV ' . Ife He rbst, Mary Frances LA. Martinsville, N.J. Hill, Wally LA. Owego, N.Y. - r i Howard, Jeanne L.A. Cocoa, Fla. Howard, Paula LA. : Homestead, Fla. Huggard, Kathleen L.A. Stony Brook, LI., N.Y. Hutchins, Kay LA. Bradenton Beach, Fla. Jackson, Don LA. ki Griffin, Ga. J Jackson, Edwin LA. Jacksonville, Fla. Jackson, Kathy L.A. Orlando, Fla. ., Keesling, Joe L.A. Riviera Beach, Fla. Keigley, Richard L.A. Balboa Hts., Canal Zone Kennedy, Terri Jo L.A. Jacksonville, Fla. King, John Charles L.A. DeLand, Fla. King, Pat Bus. ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Kirik, John LA. West Palm Beach, Fla. Kirkpatrick, Grace Mus. Jacksonville Beach, Fla. Hockett, Paul E L.A. L , ___. Miami, Fla. . Hogg, John L.A. | L 1 Holly, Heather LA. DeLand, Fla. Hood, Michael L.A. Homestead, Fla. Hooker, Carol L.A. Pompano Beach, Fla. Hooker, Mary Ellen L.A. Fort Myers, Fla. Horn, John L.A. Jacksonville, Fla. 235 Kisner, Paula L.A f ' i Miami Shores, Fla 1| Kleinschmidt, Charles L.A H • i Hialeah, Fla Klock, Stephen L.A Manchester, Conn Kluberg, Nancy L.A Plantation, Fla .. na Kluge, J. C L.A E ' Severna Park, Md M Knapp, Richard F L.A. ' DeLand, Fla Knights, Bonnie Lee Mus Daytona Beach, Fla Lawrie, Catherine L.A. Seaford, Del. j Lee, Michael L.A. St. Petersburg, Fla. 9| Lehton, Jeni L.A. f S Cocoa Beach, Fla. tlf ' ' ' Lingafeldt, Emma Jean L.A. Jrf Apoka, Fla. tt . Linzee, Thomas L.A. K ' Port jjjjjjf Lorenzo, Marcos L.A. Guantanamo, Cuba Lovdal, Siguro L.A. ___ St. Petersburg, Fla. Cl ass 236 Kohn, Richard L.A. St. Petersburg Beach, Fla. Kuntzleman, Carol L.A. sk t Ormond Beach, Fla. | mBtX Lady, Carolyn L.A. Washington, D.C. Pil i Lain, Douglas L.A. » lOk Norris, Tenn. • ' ? Lannes, Roman L.A. Santiago de Cuba, Cuba _ 0 L.A. W L Santo Domingo, Dominican B. ■ 1 Republic , Lathrop, Judy Bus. llJfH Jupiter, Fla. | «fliH Manning, Laurie L.A. Sarasota, Fla. Masciocchi, James L.A. West Orange, N.J. Mastry, Dennis Bus. St. Petersburg, Fla. Mathers, Phyllis L.A. Umatilla, Fla. Mayer, Richard L.A. Lake Mary, Fla. Mazek, Tawney L.A. Sarasota, Fia. .J: Lycan, May . L.A. DeLand, Fla. McBryde, Jr., William H L.A. Stone Mountain, Ga. McCranie, Sandra L.A. Jacksonville, Fla. McCullough, Topper L.A. Charleston, W. Va. McMorrow, Robert C L.A. " JF __ Philo, Ohio Pete H H Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. c i " Mallard, Susan Bus. Eau Gallie, Fla. of -67 -; Mechling, Jay LA. B Miami Beach, Fla Medrano, Gena L.A Miami, Fla Merriam, Robin L.A DeLand, Fla Miles, Dottie L.A. Merritt Island, Fla. Wi Miller, Marion L.A. Cincinnati, Ohio Miller, Mary Jane Bus. St. Augustine, Fla. Morris, Douglas Mus. Sarasota, Fla. Morris, Katherine L.A. Weslfield, N.J. Morris, Mary Ann L.A. Jacksonville, Fla. Morten, Marilyn L.A. Florence, S.C. Mullin, Bruce Bus. | ' Winter Park, Fla. l t Nail, Becky Mus. Smyrna, Ga. Napoli, Gene Bus. Coral Gables, Fla. Moman, Judith , . . . . L.A. Jacksonville, Fla. Moncrieff, James Bus. Neptune Beach, Fla. Montero, Miriam L.A. Miami, Fla. More, Jose Eugenio Bus. Habana, Cuba Morgan, David L.A. Miami, Fla. Morgan, Helen L.A. Miami, Fla. Morris, Bill L.A. Pensacola, Fla. Padgett, Phil L.A. Nashville, Tenn. Pain, Carleton L.A. St. Cloud, Fla. Parker, Joyce L.A. Miami, Fla. Parks, Sharon L.A. Miami, Fla. Parrish, Russell L.A. Vineland, N.J. Parrott, Thomas L.A. Coral Gables, Fla. Pendleton, Glenn L.A. DeLand, Fla. - irr; I Nelson, Jo Ann L.A. - Ft. Pierce, Fla. J Nemec, Ruth ' . . L. A. Palm Beach, Fla. k Nettles, Dickie L.A. Baton Rouge, La. Neubeck, Peggy L.A. Miami, Fla. O ' Quin, John L.A. St. Petersburg, Fla. Olin, Lawrence Bus. Bogota ' Colombia Oliva, Roberto Bus. Miami, Fla. 237 Phillips, Rebecca L.A. ■ f Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. ' ' Hm Phillips, Robert Bus. Winter Haven, Fla Phillips, Thomas Bus, Schenectady, N.Y, Pickering, Roy W us Daytona Beach, Fla. sm Pierson, Roger L-A. t Cromwell, Conn. JH BB Pike, Rachel L.A. Naples, Fla. Pipher, Thomas L-A. Naples, Fla. Prouty, V. J L.A. N. Scituate, Mass. Pugh, David L.A, DeLand, Fla, Pylkas, Nina L.A, Pinellas Park, Fla, Rand, Stanley Bus, Riverside, Conn, Rawls, Chris Bus, Miami, Fla, Reed, Donna Bus, Falls Church, Fla. Reid, Jerry Bus, Melbourne, Fla, 238 Plumer, Jann L.A. Pahokee, Fla. Porterfield, Sally L.A. Northport, N.Y. Powell, James L.A. Daytona Beach, Fla. Pozdena, Gwen L.A. Darien, Conn. Price, Barry L.A. Baltimore, Md. Prichard, Mary L.A. DeLand, Fla. Prince, Tom Bus. Maitland, Fla. ,V V 1 Rosenbaum, Henry Bus. a Atlanta, Ga. I Rybolt, Arlen Bus. Orlando, Fla. Ryer, Nancy L.A. Rome, Ga. Saari, Barbara L.A. DeLand, Fla. Sanchez, Sergio Bus. Key West, Fla. Sanders, Marjorie Mus. DeLand, Fla. Richard, Laurel L.A. Whitehouse, Fla. Ritzman, Michael L.A. Winter Park, Fla. j Roberts, Jan Bus. Jupiter, Fla. Roberts, Marshall Bus. Jacksonville, Fla. Robinson, Billie L.A. New York, N.Y. Rodriguez, Joaquin L.A. Miami, Fla. of ' 67 Schafer, Lynn L.A. DeLand, Fla. Schiess, Juanita L.A. Call, Colombia Schlenker, E. Dale Bus. Madison, N.J. Schneider, Alice Anne L.A. Ormond Beach, Fla. Schrage, Larry L.A. Gainesville, Fla. Schwartz, Patricia L.A. Miami, Fla. Shuchart, Mary Bus. ' " ' ■■ ,. Clearwater, Fla. Simpson, Gary L.A. I Pittsburgh, Pa. Sloan, Dian L.A. Miami, Fla. Smalley, Daniel L.A. Bedminster, N.J. Smartt, James L.A. Abington, Pa. Smith, Darlene L.A. Valdosta, Ga. Smith, David Bus. RIdgewood, N.J. L_ Spitler, David L.A. Ormond Beach, Fla. Spivey, Barry Bus. DeLand, Fla. Sproul, Claire L.A. Pompano Beach, Fla. Sfacey, Elizabeth Kay L.A. Miami, Fla. Stanfield, Elizabeth Mus. Atlanta, Ga. Stanley, Eleanor L.A. Coral Gables, Fla. Stapleton, Bob Bus. Panama City, Fla. f -i X m Seaman, Judith L.A. Sanford, Fla. ' = ' j V Sedlacek, Wesley L.A. Shaffer, Jeani L.A. DeLand, Fla. Shapiro, Robert Bus. Westfield, N.J. Shearer, Carol L.A. Miami Shores, Fla. _ ' , Shelton, Barbara Mus. M Shirley, Sandra L.A. Palatka, Fla. Smith, Margaret Elizabeth ...L.A. Jacksonville, Fla Smith, Margaret Louise L.A New Smyrna Beach, Fla Smith, Peter L.A Palm Beach, Fla Sneider, Paul Bus Pompano Beach, Fla Snow, Bruce L.A Delray Beach, Fla Snyder, Howard L.A Ft. Pierce, Fla Speicher, Jacob L.A Ft. Lauderdale, Fla 239 Class Stephens, Tommy L.A. Atlanta, Ga. Surrency, Elaine L-A. Jacksonville, Fla. Swayne, William Bus. Clewiston, Fla. Taylor, Margaret Ann L.A. DeLand, Fla. Tharp, Dorothy W us. Dallas, Tex. Thayer, Susan L.A. Indialantic, Fla. ■T „_ Pompano Beach, Fla. Torres, Laura L.A. Miami, Fla. Towie, Carolyn L.A. Ridgewood, N.J. Townsend, George L.A. Sarasota, Fla. Troxel, Ted L.A. PIR|k Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. T Tsukano, Leilani L.A. ,. Miami, Fla. Thomas, Kathy L.A. h Tampa, Fla. Thompson, Barbara ...N....L.A. Boca Grande, Fla. Thompson, John Bus. Gainesville, Fla. Tice, Steve L.A. Tice, Fla. Tiffany, Josephine Mus. Jacksonville, Fla, Tokieda, Marian L.A Clev iston, Fla Vann, Judy L.A. Clewiston, Fla. Vann, Patricia L.A. Eau Gallie, Fla. Varner, Brenda W us. Smyrna, Ga.- Vega, Ramon Bus. Habana, Cuba Vidana, Gaston L.A. Miami, Fla. 1 Tubb, John L.A. North Miami Beach, Fla Tubbs, Carolyn L.A. DeLand, Fla. B Tunnell, Doris L.A. Homestead, Fla. Tutt, Donald L.A. North Miami, Fla. Tyson, Peter L.A. , Savannah, Ga. . Upshaw, Mary Curtis L.A. M Jacksonville, Fla, - 240 of ' 67 Walker, Chip Bus. DeLand, Fla. Walker, Elizabeth L.A. Miramar, Fla. Walker, William L.A. Wilmington, Del. Walther, Bob L.A. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Warner, Kerry L.A. Patrick AFB, Fla. Wiggins, Webb L.A. Cedartown, Ga. Wilkerson, Steve L.A. Albany, Ga. Williams, Anita L.A. St. Petersburg, Fla. Wilson, Mary-Alice Mus. West Palm Beach, Fla. Wilson, Mary Glen L.A. Tampa, Fla. Winn, Penny L.A. Boxford, Mass. Wright, Rebecca L.A. Meridian, Miss. Yakots, Zane L.A. DeLand, Fla. York, Fred L.A. St. Petersburg, Fla. Youmans, Gail L.A. Cocoa Beach, Fla. Zehner, Clayton Bus. Ft. Myers, Fla. Zupsich, Marilyn L.A. Belleville, III. Warthen, Kathy L.A. Vidalia, Ga. Watts, Allen L.A. Haines City, Fla. Weber, Ronald L.A. Jacksonville, Fla. Welch, Barbara LA. P.A.F.B., N.C. Went, Susan L.A. Miami, Fla. Wert, Darlis L.A. North Ft. Myers, Fla. 241 Stetson Law School HAROLD L. SEBRING Dean of the College of Law Founded at DeLand in 1900, the Stetson University Col- lege of Law is Florida ' s oldest law school. In 1954 it was re-located in St. Petersburg in order to make it possible for the college to have its own separate campus and to undertake a greatly expanded program of legal educa- tion. One of the most distinctive features of the college ' s pro- gram is its unique adaptation of the British system of legal education to the conventional American system. This English system, which has been modified to meet the special needs of American law students, emphasizes close personal contact between students and practicing attorneys. Under this program the students not only live and study with members of a distinguished corps of teachers headed by a former Chief Justice of the Florida Supreme Court, but also have the opportunity to meet other leaders in their chosen profession. In addition to producing good lawyers, the college also endeavors to create good citizens with high standards of character and integrity. 242 H. F. ARCHIBALD Business Manager MRS. KAY EDDY Registrar; Administrative Assistant to the Dean Law School Faculty and Administration PAUL BARNARD, Associate Professor of Law, A.B., M.A., LL.B. FRANK E. BOOKER, Associate Professor of Law, LL.B. EVERETT E. CUSHMAN, Associate Profes- sor of Law, A.B., M.A., LL.B. DAVID L. DICKSON, Professor of Law, A.B., LL.B. RICHARD T. DILLON, Assistant Dean and Professor of Law, B.S., LL.B. PEABODY HOWARD, Professor of Lav LL.B. EDWARD LAMONT PLATT, Visiting Pro- fessor of Law and Librarian, A.B., LL.B. VICTOR O. WEHLE, Professor of Law, LL.B. 243 BOOTH, BYRD, JR., Clearwater, Fla.- A.B., Stetson Univ.; Phi Delta Phi; Co-Chairman Orientation; Who ' s Who. BOOTH, CHARLES, " Daytona Beach, Fla.— B.S., Fla. Southern College; Del- ta Theta Phi; Moot Court. BRACKIN, EDWARD L, JR., Tampa, Fla.— B.S., Stetson University; Phi Del- ta Phi. BRADLEY, E. RONALD, Bradenton, Fla.— B.S., Florida State University; Phi Delta Phi Law School ABOOD, NORMAN, Jacksonville, Fla. — B.A., St. Bernard College; Phi Delta Phi; Historian and Social Chairman; Vice-Pres. Student Bar Assoc, ' sum- mer 1963. ARNOLD, G. ROBERT, Winter Park, Fla.— Rollins College; Vice-Pres., Stu- cient Bar Assoc; Officer, Freshman Class; Officer, Junior Class; House Committee; Co-Chairman, Student Loan Fund; Delta Theta Phi; Chris- tian Legal Society. BLANKENHORN, FREDERICK, Long Branch, New Jersey— B.S., Monmouth College; Phi Delta Phi, Chairman Athletic Comm., Chairman House Comm. BOLTON, GEORGE, St. Petersburg, Fla.-Univ. of Fla.; Phi Delta Phi; Top Ten in Fresh, Moot Court; Co- Chairman Stetson Legal Aid Comm.; Treas. Senior Class. 244 BRIGHAM, DANA, P., Miami, Fla.- B.B.A., Northwestern University; Phi Alpha Delta. BRUCKAAAN, THOMAS R., Largo, Fla. — B.S., FJorida State University; Phi Delta Phi, Honor Court Justice; Ex- ecutive Committee Political Club; Law Librarian. BURTON, DANIEL N., St. Petersburg, Fla.— Rollins College; Justice Honor Court;- Vice Justice Phi Alpha Delta, Stetson Varsity Moot Court Team, Regional, National and . State Com- petition two years. CHAMBERS, JOSEPH H., Huntington, W. Va.-A.B., Marshall University; Delta Theta Phi, Chief Justice of Honor Court; Inns of Court Council; Leinbach Award Medical Jurispru- dence, Second Place; Orientation Comm. CHAPPELL, WILLIAM, Key West, Fla. — L.S.U.; Sec. Student Bar Assoc; Delegate to Circuit Conference of A.L.S.A.; Student Librarian; Ex. Coun- cil of Student Bar Assoc; Orientation Comm. Fresh. Advisor; Chairman Freshman Moot Court; Delta Theta Phi; Chief Justice Honor Court. CONRAD, JAMES MARSHALL, Talla- hassee, Fla.-B.S., F.S.U.; Phi Delta COX, EARL, Bradenton-, Fla.— Univ. of Tampa and Univ. of-Fla. Seniors D ' ALESSANDRO, JOSEPH, Fort Myers, Fla.— B.S., Univ. of Fla.; Phi Delta Phi; Moot Court; Young Republicans Club. DAUKSCH, JAMES, JR., Maitland, Fla. — B.A., Ohio State Univ.; Phi Delta Phi; Honor Court Justice, Chairman; Library Comm.; House Comm.; Stu- dent Advisor. DAVIS, EMANUEL, St. Petersburg, Fla. —George Washington Univ.; Delta Theta Phi; Clerk of Rolls; Stetson Sailing Club, Vice Commodore; Fresh- man Moot Court; First in Team Com- petition. FLETCHER, ALBERT, JR., Westfield, Mass.— B.S.B.A., Stetson Univ.; Delta Theta Phi; Freshman Class President Sec. Student Bar Assoc; Freshman Advisor; Co-Chairman Freshman Or- ientation Comm.; Honor Court Justice, FURNELL, TERRY, St. Petersburg, Fla -B.A., Phillips ' Univ.; Stetson Lega Aid Society, Comm. Chairman; Ph Delta Phi; National Moot Court Team GIBSON, ROBERT, Bartow , Fla.-B.S Georgia Tech.; Delta Theta Phi; Honor Roll; Who ' s Who. GOLDBERG, ALAN, Miami, Fla.-B.A., Univ. of Fla.; Phi Delta Phi. DINKINS, LEWIS, Ocala, Fla.-Stetson University; Delta Theta Phi; Pres. Young Democrats; Pres. and Vice- Pres. of Student Bar Assoc; summers 1962 and 1963. EDWARDS, CHARLES, New Port Rich- ey, Fla.-B.S., Mo. School of Mines, Pres. Senior Class; Delta Theta Ph Board of Overseers Scholarship, Who ' s Who. EUBANK, JAMES, II, Daytona Beach, Fla.-Stetson Univ.; Pres. Junior Class; Exchequer Phi Delta Phi; Executive Council; Winner Leinbach Award in Medical Jurisprudence; Student Ad- visor. FEARINGTON, MERCER, DeLand, Fla. — B.S., F.S.U.; Phi Delta Phi; Public Defender Clinic. by HAGIN, TOBY, Perry, Fla.-B.A., F.S.U.; Officer in Delta Theta Phi; Law Library Work; Orientation Comm.; Chairman of Public Relations; Stu- dent Bar Assoc; Outstanding Speaker Fresh. Moot Court. HALVORSEN, ROBERT, St. Petersburg, Fla.-M.E., Stevens Inst-.; Phi Alpha Delta. HART, FREDERICK, Miami, Fla.- B.B.A., Univ. of Miami; Phi Delta Phi; Honor Court Justice; Chairman Hse. Comm.; Honor Court Attorney. 245 HOBBS, HELEN, Tampa, Fla.-B.S., F.S.U.; Moot Court. INGRAM, L. N., Ill, Naples, Fla.- B.A., Emory Univ.; Phi Delta Phi. JACKSON, MICHAEL, Palm Beach, Fla.— B.S., F.S.U.; Sec.-Treas. of Junior Class; Delta Theta Phi; President Young Republicans. JENKINS, RICHARD, Lutherville, Maryland— B.A., Stetson Univ.; Honor Court Justice; Inns of Court Comm.; Young Democrats; Delta Theta Phi. KERN, JERRY, Delray Beach, Fla.- B.S. B. A., Stetson Univ.; Exchequer of Phi Delta Phi; Honor Roll; Recipient of American Jurisprudence Awards in Agency, Sales, and Estate and Gift Taxation; Student Advisor; Student Librarian. KLEIN, MONTE, Stratford, Conn.- B.A., Fla. Southern College; Treas. Fresh. Class; Moot Court; Young Re- publicans Club; Phi Alpha Delta. KOCHA, STUART, Bath, Maine- F.S.U.; Phi Delta Phi; Junior Class Pres.; Moot Court Competition; Or- ientation Comm. KRASSNER, EDWIN, St. Petersburg, Fla.— Univ. of Miami; Phi Alpha Delta. Law School LOCKHART, GARY, Treasure Island, Fla.— Stetson Univ.; Sec. of Senior Class; Delta Theta Phi; one of Top Ten In Freshman Moot Court. McATEE, JAMES, St. Petersburg, Fla. — B.S., Univ. of Alabama; Phi Delta Phi; Rush Chairman; Chairman Stu- dent Bar Housing Committee; Moot Court; Editor, The Roster; Stetson Sailing Team; Freshman Orientation; Public Defender Clinic. McFARLAIN, RICHARD, Silver Spring, Md.— B.A., Rollins; Phi Delta Phi; Sec. Freshman Class. KREUTER, WILLIAM, Holyoke, Mass. — B.S., St. Michael ' s College; Phi Delta Phi, Magister; Honor Court; State and Regional Moot Court. KRONE, NORMAN, Tampa, Fla.— Western Reserve University; Phi Delta Phi; Editor Student Directory; Vice- President Freshman Class. LEVY, LARRY, Tallahassee, Fla.-B.S., F.S.U.; Delta Theta Phi, Treasurer; Freshman Orientation, Public Defend- er Clinic. LITTMAN, JAMES, Quincy, Fla.-B.S., Univ. of Florida; Chairman Inns of Court Council; Chairman Student Bar Housing Committee; Marshal, Vice Justice, and Justice, Phi Alpha Delta. 246 Seniors MARKMAN, BARRY, Vineland, N.J.- B.A., Rutgers Univ.; Phi Alpha Delta, Treasurer; Social Chairman; Chairman Freshman Study-Aid Program; Chair- man Law-Clerk Placement Program. MARTIN, DANIEL, Columbia City, Ind.— Univ. of Tampa; Phi Delta Phi. MENSH, MYRON, Tampa, Fla.-B.A., Emory Univ.; Phi Delta Phi. ■f- ' - S . MICHAEL, ROBERT, JR., Greensboro, N. C.-A.B., Dul e Univ.; Delta Theta Phi; Public Defender Clinic. MILLER, CHARLES, Ft. Myers Beach, Fla.-B.A., Univ. of Colorado; Phi Delta Phi; Lienbach Av ard Second Place. MILLER, EDWARD, Tampa, Fla.-Univ. of Tampa; Phi Alpha Delta. MORIARTY, DANIEL, Largo, Fla.- B.A., St. Bonaventure; Delta Theta Phi. MORRISON, JAMES, Tallahassee, Fla. -B.S., F.S.U.; Delta Theta Phi; Presi- dent Young Democrat Club. NICHOLS, RICHARD, Miami, Fla.- B.A., Univ. of North Carolina; Fresh- man Honor Court Rep.; Junior Honor Court Rep.; Chief Justice of Honor Court; Phi Delta Phi; Moot Court; Who ' s Who. ODOM, FELTON, St. Petersburg, Fla. -B.S., Miss. State Univ.; Phi Alpha Delta. O ' NEAL, PATRICK, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.-B.S., Stetson Univ.; Assist, to the Law Librarian, Research Assist.; Phi Delta Phi; Third Prize in Lawyers ' Title Contest. PATTERSON, DAVID, St. Petersburg, Fla.-B.A., Univ. of Florida; Phi Del- ta Phi. PIPKINS, ROGER, Haines City, Fla.- B.S., F.S.U.; Delta Theta Phi; Moot Court; Moot Court Chairman. RIEDERS, CHARLES, Jacksonville, Fla. -B.S., Univ. of Florida; Phi Alpha Delta; Book Award in Law and So- ciety Comparative Law. ROBBINS, RICHARD, Danville, Pa.— B.A., Rollins College; Delta Theta Phi, Master of Ritual; Sailing Club. 247 Seniors ROBERTS, FREDERICK, Salisbury, Md. -B.B.A., Vanderbilt Univ.; Phi Delta Phi; Social Chairman Student Bar Association. ROQUE, PAUL, Tampa, Fla.-B.S., Univ. of Tampa; Delta Theta Phi. ROSIER, RICHARD, Daytona Beach, Fia.— Stetson Univ.; Daytona Beach Junior College; Phi Delta Phi; Vice- President Young Democrats; Moot Court Advisor; House Committee; Moot Court; Orientation Chairman, President and Treasurer of the Stu- dent Bar Assoc; Recipient of Gulf Life Scholarship Award. ROSS, HOWARD, St. Petersburg, Fla. — B.A., Univ. of Illinois; Phi Delta Phi; Honor Court Justice; Moot Court Advisor; Library Workshop Advisor. 248 THORPE, JAY, Miami Beach, Fla.— B.A., The Citadel; Assist. Editor of School Directory. VASS, RICHARD, Winter Park, Fla. —Stetson Univ.; Phi Alpha Delta. WHO ' S WHO BYRD BOOTH ROBERT GIBSON CHARLES EDWARDS ALFRED ED NEHRING RICHARD NICHOLS, Law School Juniors MERRITT, THOMAS MEYERS, THOMAS NEWCOAAM, PHIL PILCHER, JOHN PITCHER, LOUIS RODGERS, JOHN ELLIOTT, JAMES FONTOINE, DENIS FOSTER, THOMAS GRANDOFF, J. B. GRIFFEN, JOHN GRLJESBECK, RONALD HENNIGAN, DAVID HOBBY, CLYDE KELLY, FRANK KNIGHT, WILLIAM LAMB, IVEN, JR. BAIR, OLIVER BYRD, C. Y., Ill CASH, JOHN CASLER, WILLIAM DOWNS, BOB SCHNELL, RONALD SEAY, JAMES STEFFENS, THEODORE WAGNER, CARL WALKER, DAVID WHITSON, ED 249 BROWN, JAMES CACCIATORE, SAMMY CLINE, JOHN, III COBB, JERRY CORNELIUS, MARCUS CUNNINGHAM, JOHN DANK, MICHAEL GOUTCHER, FRANK GRAHAM, RAYMOND HICKOK, ALLAN HIRSCH, RICHARD HUNTLEY, JAMES, JR. IRWIN, CHARLES JAY, ARTHUR M Law School .T ADAMS PHILIP ALOIA, FRANK BAILIFF, CHARLES BEIRO, JOSEPH BELL, FRANK BLEWS, WILLIAM BRICKLAY, JAMES DICKERSON, JIM DOROU, EDWARD EASTON, BURTON ELKES, FRANK FERRIS, LOUIS, JR. FUTCH, DANIEL, JR. GILBERT, JOSEPH " " J ig 250 JUST, GUSTAR LASSER, BARRY LAURELL, IVAR LOCKWOOD, DAVID McCLORE, CORRINE MEYER, LARRY MIKLOS, JOHN MITCHELL, LEWIS MONROSE, ERNEST MOORE, CARL, JR. NANCE, MARSHALL PATTON, GEORGE SHAW, RUSSELL, JR. SIRES, ERBIE SKARBEK, WILLIAM SMITH, JAMES THURY, JOSEPH TRUTE, MELVIN WAHL, DONALD reshmen McGRATH, LESLIE McKAY, KIRK McKINLEY, BRUCE MACKOUL, WALTER MARSHALL, ERNEST WARREN, HILBURN WHITE, HARVEY WILLIAMS, ROLAND WINDT, ALLEN YEAKLE, WADE ZIMMERMAN, JOHN, III PHEIL, FREDERICK REYNOLDS, JAY RIGHTMYER, LARRY RUSHWELL, WINFIELD SAPP, CHRISTOPHER SCOTT, ROBERT SHAW, CLAY 251 J F E. r EIRS .-I S I LA " £ H : D ! A M O -N P ' S ,.,.--;.-. :..; s--- WATCHES-JEWELRY 252 253 Congratulations, Class of ' 64 Best Wishes to All bryn-alan studio creative photographers since 1936 JACKSONVILLE TAMPA ST. PETERSBURG General Offices and Laboratories — 208 S. 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DeHUY SON; Diamonds ' Watches Jewelry Bridal Department Expert Repair China — Crystal — Silver Jewelry and Watches 256 " A good book is the precious life-blood of a master spirit, embalmed and treasured up on purpose to a life beyond life. " — John Milton UNIVERSAL BOOK STORE 245 North Boulevard DeLand FEASEL PAINT AND GLASS Established 1921 Art Supplies Picture Framing 247 NORTH BOULEVARD DeLAND, FLORIDA THE BARNETT NATIONAL BANK OF DELAND B O CLEANERS 1000 North Boulevard 734-7518 DeLand. Florida BIFF-BURGER DRIVE-INN 827 South Boulevard 734-2009 DeLand, Florida THE DELAND SUN-NEWS Serving All West Volusia Stoudenmire ' s THRIFTWAY 642 West New York Avenue DeLand, Florida TODAY, the business world, the arts and sciences, and the professions are seeking young people with " imagineering " ability. . .the ability to combine their imagination with scientific exactness in their work. Only through education and training can young minds be prepared to meet the challenges of a rapidly-changing world. More power to you, the " imagineers " of the future! S Q 1 ' 77ie7=ba £ T -T ffe FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION , INVtSJOR-OWNCa UtClRIC COMPANY 258 DELAND FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 136 North Florida Avenue ' Specialists in Loans for Homes " BRANCH OFFICE IN DEBARY ROEHR PRODUCTS CO., INC. Subsidiary of Brunswick Corporation DeLand, Florida Norfolk, Nebraska Waterbury, Connecticut World ' s Largest Manufacturer of Disposable Hypodermic Needles and Syringes STETSON UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE Congratulations . . . Class of 1964 Your Book-Centered Store on Your Book-Centered Cannpus MITCHELL CLEANERS (uSBECb) Finest in Dry Cleaning Polarized Care for Your Furs Box Storage for Winter Garments Congratulations . . . 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C, L.A.- Sigma Phi Epsilon, Orientation Committee, Student Adviser, Honor Roll, Soccer, S Club, Intramurals. ARNER, DELANO, Sebring, Fla., L.A.- Stetson Reporter, Honor Roll, Ford Gradu- ate Program, Chess Club, Political Forum. ARNETT, EDWARD G., JR., Springfield, Pa., L.A.— Sigma Nu, Lt. Commander, Intra- murals. ARRIGONI, JACKI JO, Daytona Beach, Fla., L.A.— Intramurals, French Club, Pres., SFEA, BSU. AUSTIN, JAMES R., Hartwell, Ga., Music- BSU, University Chorus, General Mgr., So- loist, Concert Choir, Men ' s Manager, So- loist, Duet Team, Key Member Travel Squad, American Guild of Organists, Soc. Chm., Stover Theatre Productions; " Bar- tered Bride, " " South Pacific. " BAER, PAMELA ROSE, Stony Brook, L. I., N. Y., L.A.-Canterbury Club, Intramurals, Honor Roll, SFEA, IWO, Aqua Hats, Veep. BAGLEY, ANDREA W., Winter Park, Fla., L.A.— Canterbury House, Orientation Com- mittee (Freshman Adviser), SUB Soc. Com- mittee, SFEA. BAILEY, WALTER, Waycross, Ga., Music- Kappa Kappa Psi, Band: General Mgr., Operation Mgr. BAKER, MRS. S. L., Oak Hill, Fla., L.A.- Fla. State Teaching Scholarship, SFEA. BARBER, NANCY E., Winter Haven, Fla., L. A. —Women ' s Council, Dorm Sec, Jr. Counselor, Wesley Foundation, Sec, Tau Beta Sigma, Pres., University Band, NEA, Sec, Veep. BARINEAU, MARTHA, Quincy, Fla., L.A.- Delta Delta Delta, Hist., Corresp. Sec, Recording Sec, Jr. Counselor, Student Ad- viser, SFEA. BARNARD, JACK, DeLand, Fla., L.A.- Lambda Chi Alpha, Soc. Chm., Parent ' s Week-end Committee, Student Adviser, Stover Productions: " Colonel Phillips, " " A Long Way from Home, " " The Boy Friend, " " Old Woman in the Shoe, " " Madvi oman of Chaillot, " " Antigone, " " Diary of Anne Frank. " BEEBE, VERL D., West Palm Beach, Fla., L.A.-Sec. Letterman ' s Club, Capt. Baseball, ROTC, Dorm Adviser. BETHEA, JANET, Eustis, Fla., LA.-SFEA. BICKSLER, SYLVIA, Indialantic, Fla., L.A.- Honor Roll, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Sec, 1963 Women ' s Bowling Team. BIERLEY, CECILIA LYNN, Columbia, S. C, LA.-BSU, YWA, HATTER Staff, Honor Roll, SUB Soc. Committee. BISHOP, CAROL JEAN, Ocala, Fla., L.A.-- Zeta Tau Alpha, Intramurals, SFEA, Basket- ball Queen Contest, Freshman Beauty Con- test. BRADSHAW, WILLIAM OLIN, Decatur, Ga., Music— Pres. Kappa Kappa Psi, Director of Pep Band, Univ. Band., Univ. Orchestra, Univ. Brass Choir, Gen. Mgr. Univ. Orch. BREYER, WILLIAM, Armonk, N. Y., L.A.- Pi Kappa Phi, Warden, Circulation Mgr., The Reporter, Track, S Club, Sec.-Treas. BRIDGES, JESSE EUGENE, Lakeland, Fla., L.A.— BSU, Ministerial Assoc, Concert Choir, Student Adviser. BROOKS, NANCY CORBETT, St. Augustine, Fla., L.A.— Alpha Chi Omega, Student Ad- viser, Univ. Chorus, Concert Choir, SFEA, MENC, BSU. BROOME, WILLIAM C, Eau Gallie, Fla., L.A.— Pi Kappa Phi, Veep of Pledge Class, Freshman and Exec. Coun., BSU, Relig. Life Council, Varsity Soccer, Green Circle, S Club, Sec, ROTC. BRYAN, SUSAN E., Chattanooga, Tenn., L.A.— Delta Delta Delta, Corres. Sec, Re- cording Sec, Honor Roll, Dean ' s List. BUNNELL, RODGER, West Hollywood, Fla., L.A.— Pershing Rifles, Scabbard and Blade. BURCHETTE, JOHN, Cooleemee, N. C, Music— Theta Alpha Phi, Concert Choir, Gen. Mgr. BURCHETTE, KATEY, Tampa, Fla., L.A.- Wesley Foundation, Trees., Veep, State Treas., Honor Roll, Gamma Sigma Epsilon Orientation Week, Co-Chm., Sec. BUTLER, CAROL, Miami Shores, Fla., L.A.— Phi Mu, Pres., Panhellenic Delegate, Pan- hellenic Council, Pledge Director, Honor Roll, Geography Honorary, Student Ad- viser. BUTLER, KEN CAROLINE, Princeton, N. J., L.A.— Delta Delta Delta, Rush Chm., Mar- shal, Pres., Women ' s House Council, Stover Theatre Productions: " Tempest, " " The King and I, " Theta Alpha Phi, Kappa Pi, Veep, Tassel, Parents Weekend Committee, Honor Roll, Dean ' s List, Mortar Board, Hist., Who ' s Who. CALLAWAY, CLAUDIA, Umatilla, Fla., Mu- sic—Phi Beta, Corres. Sec, Ritual Chm., Concert Choir, Univ. Chorus, Univ. Band. CAAAPBELL, JUDY, Rochelle, III., L.A.-AI- pha Xi Delta: Pledge Pres., Outstanding Pledge, Assf. Pledge Trainer, Pledge Train- er, Homecoming Committee, Co-Chm. Par- ent ' s Weekend, Sec. Student Govt., Lead- ership E)ay Comm., Cheerleader, SFEA, Dance Club, " King and I, " Soph. Rep. to Women ' s Exec. Council, Sec. Exec, Stet- son Hall Pres., Pres. of Women ' s Exec, Runner-up Freshman Beauty Contest, Final- ist Miss Basketball Contest, Who ' s Who. CASS, RAYMOND M. JR., Daytona Beach, Fla., L.A. CHANDLER, D. DIANE, Social Circle, Ga., L. A.— Alpha Chi Omega, Corres. Sec, Rush Chm., Women ' s Council, Homecoming Comm., Greek Week Comm., Sigma Nu Sweetheart, Green Feather Comm. CHATHAM, BOB, East Point, Ga., Bus.- Reporter Business Mgr., Sigma Pi Kappa, Ski Club. CHRISTMAS, MARLENE, Miami, Fla., LA.- BSU Devotional Co-Chm., Relig. News Re- porter, HATTER Copy Editor, SFEA, Stover Theater, Props for " Colonel Phillips. " CLARK, CAROL LEE, Bradenton, Fla., L.A.- Alpha Chi Omega, Stetson Union Board, Sec, Art Editor of Compass, Honor Roll, Tassell Honorary, Mortar Board, Kappa Pi, Homecoming Decorations Comm., Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweetheart, Military Court, Miss Stetson Court, Who ' s Who. CLARK, DONALD W., JR., Greenfield, Mass., Bus.— Sigma Phi Epsilon, Pres. Pledge Class, IFC Rep., Soc. Chm., Veep, Co-Chm. Assembly Comm., Intramurals, Scabbard and Blade, Distinguished Military Student, Men ' s Council, Dorm Rep., Resi- dent Adviser, Beta Alpha Sigma, ROTC Brigade Staff. CLAY, TODD, Coral Gables, Fla., L.A.— Lambda Chi Alpha, Veep, Freshman Class Pres., Pres. Cabinet, Student Affairs Comm., Traffic Comm., BSU, Stetson Re- porter, News Editor, Editor-in-Chief, Publi- cations Board, Miami Herald Corres., Sigma Pi Kappa, The Players ' Guild. CLELAND, JOSEPH MAXWELL, Lithonia, Ga., L.A. —Lambda Chi Alpha, Sec Green Circle, Scabbard and Blade, Library Club, Wesley Foundation, Wash. Semester, Intramurals, Student Adviser, ROTC. CLEMONS, MARCIA INA, Jacksonville, Fla., Bus.— Phi Mu, Pres., Veep, Canterbury Club, Intramurals, Sigma Beta Chi. CLIFTON, GWILI HEPLER, Miami, Fla., L.A. —Chairman Publ. Comm., SUB, Corres. Sec, BSU, Honor Roll, SGA, Homecoming COLE, ELSIE PIXLEY, DeLand, Fla., L.A.— Sigma Delta Pi. COLE, RONALD H., Lake City, Fla., L.A.- Publ. Comm., Wesley Foundation, Stetson Reporter, Phi Alpha Theta, Honor Roll, Dean ' s List, Honor ' s House, Orientation Week, Student Adviser, Stetson Union Film Comm. COLE, STEPHEN H., Miami, Fla., BuS.-Pi Kappa Alpha, Treas., Veep. COLLINS, CECIL CURTIS, ill, Jacksonville, Fla., L.A. -Sigma Phi Epsilon, Intramural Director, Public Relations, IFC, Beta Beta Beta, Hist, and Pres., Chm. Rules and Procedure Comm., SGA. COLLMAN, DOROTHY ANNE, Glen Mills, Penn., L.A. —Canterbury House, Univ. Chorus, Madrigal Singers, Stover Theatre. CONDIT, SARAH M., Miami Shores, Fla., L.A. —Alpha Xi Delta, Soc. Chm., Citizen- ship Comm., Screening Comm., Lawn Decoration Comm. for Homecoming. CONTE, JOANNA, Tampa, Fla., L.A.-BSU, Theatre Guild, Sec, Theta Alpha Phi, Pres., Pi Kappa Delta, Hist., Sec, Debate Squad. COOKE, SAMUEL TUCKER, Newberry, Fla., L.A. -Lambda Chi Alpha, Hist., " Song Di- rector, Univ. Chorus, Concert Choir, Pub. Mgr., Kappa Pi, Pres., Honor Roll, Dean ' s List, Stover Theatre, Parent ' s Weekend Comm., Pub. Comm., Homecoming Pa- rade, Theta Beta Sigma, Pres. COONLEY, DONALD EARLE, DeLand, Fla., L.A.— Delta Sigma Phi, Sec, Men ' s Coun., Citizenship Comm., Varsity Tennis, Intra- murals, IFC, S Club, Stover Theatre. COPE, VERNON M., Springfield, Mass., L.A.— Univ. Scholar, Phi Society, Scroll and Key, Pres., Academic Council Award, Har- ry L. Taylor Prize in Humanities, Honor Roll, Dean ' s List, Who ' s Who. 264 Senior Directory COWDEN, DARRYL H., Dayton, Ohio, L.A. -IMO, LSA, Intramural Board, Pershing Rifle Team, Stetson Rifle Team, Pershing Rifles, Stover Theatre. COX, DONA, Miami, Fla., L.A. COX, MARY ELIZABETH, Seneca, S. C, L.A.-BSU, YWA, Prayer Chm., Dorm Veep in IWO. CROWLEY, CAROLYN, North Augusta, S. C, L.A.-Zeta Tau Alpha, Pledge Treas., Scroll and Key, Phi Soc, Sec, Beta Beta Beta, Honor Roll, Ford Graduate Program, Mortar Board, Sec., Tassel, Pres. CUNNINGHAM, TEENA K., Armonk, N. Y., L.A. -Phi Soc, Scroll and Key, Honor Roll, Dean ' s List. D Homecoming Comm., Greek Week Comm., Co-Chm. Spirit Comm., Veep Student Govt. EMERSON, FRANK, Winter Park, Fla., L.A. —Sigma Nu, Marshal, Intramural Rep., Canterbury House, Kappa Mu Epsilon, As- soc. Member, Intramurals. EMIG, CHARLES W., Orlando, Fla., L.A.- ROTC, IMO. ENNIS, JOHN STEVEN, Tullahoma, Tenn. Bus.-Pi Kappa Alpha, Rush Chm., Soc Chm., House Mgr., Beta Alpha Sigma, In tramurals, ROTC. GIBSON, DICK, DeLand, Fla., L.A.-BSU, HATT ER Staff, Orientation Comm., Student Adviser, Univ. Chorus, Honor Roll, Dean ' s List, Honors Prog., Ford Grad. Prog., Sigma Tau Delta, Phi Society, Scroll and Key. GILDER, LYNDA, Atlanta, Ga., L.A. -Pub. Chm., Green Feather, Co-Chm. Dance Comm., Homecoming, Kappa Pi, Treas., Sec. GOODSON, PATRICIA M., Edgewater, Fla., L.A.— IWO, YWA, Volusia County Teacher ' s Scholarship, SFEA. GRASSMUCK, WILLIAM, Cincinnati, Ohio, Bus.— Sigma Phi Epsilon, Accounting Club, Treas. Green Feather. GRAUSTEIN, ALAN W., Tewksbury, Mass., L.A. —Sigma Phi Epsilon, Co-Chm. Stetson Spirit Comm., Intramurals, Frat. Pledge Trainer, Recorder, Exec. Comm. DAMIANOS, CAROLYN JEAN, Miami, Fla., L.A.— Delta Delta Delta, Borden Freshman Prize, Admin. Coun. Class Award, Honor Roll, Dean ' s List, Project English, Honors Prog., Ford Graduate Prog., Phi Soc, Pres., Scroll and Key, Veep, Sigma Tau Delta, Marshal, Tassel, Sec, Mortar Board, Pres., The Review Staff, Who ' s Who, Wood- row Wilson Nominee. DANIEL, FRANCES L., Ocala, Fla., L.A.- Women ' s House Council, Sec. Conrad Hall, Dean ' s List, Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Theta Kappa, Sec, SFEA, Project Chm. DEASE, JEFFREY A., Dunedin, Fla., Bus.- Pi Kappa Alpha, Treas., Pres. of Pledge Class, Treas. Green Feather, Senator, Pres. Bus. School, Canterbury Club, Intramurals, ROTC, Young Republican ' s Club, Beta Al- pha Sigma, Accountancy Club, Student Ad- viser, Asst. Resident Adviser. FIELD, JOANNE, Jacksonville, Fla., L.A.— Co-Soc. Chm., Orientation Week Chm., Miss Hatter Beauty Contest, Parent ' s Week- end, BSU Pres., Publ. Chm., YWA Soc. Chm., Editor-in-Chief 1964 HATTER, Col- umn writer for Fla. Times Union, Sigma Pi Kappa, Sigma Tau Delta, Treas., Publ. Board, Sec, Relig. Life Council, Who ' s Who, Player ' s Guild, SFEA, Student Ad- FOLDS, JOHN EDWARD, Lakeland, Fla., L.A. -Pi Kappa Phi, BSU, Intramural All Star, Green Circle. FRANCISCO, JOHN R., Pompano Beach, Fla., L.A.-ROTC Brigade Staff, Pershing Rifles, Scabbard and Blade. GREENE, PAT, Sil ver Spring, Myld., L.A.- Zeta Tau Alpha, Veep, Pledge Trainer, Recording Sec, Rush Adviser, House Mgr., Sergeant-at-Arms, Stetson Hall House Coun- cil, Gen. Fee Approp. Comm. GREGORY, GAYLE, Danville, Ky., L.A.- Zeta Tau Alpha, Pledge Pres., Outstanding Pledge, Scholarship and Recom. Chm., Rush Chm., Calendar Girl, Zeta of the Year— 1962-63, Pres., Green Feather Comm., Honor Roll, Sigma Delta Pi, Pi Kappa Phi Freshman Beauty Contest. GRESS, WILLIAM, DeLand, Fla., L.A.- Lambda Chi Alpha, Pack Collections Chm., Co-Chm. Homecoming Comm., Canterbury House, House Mgr., Editor of Rampage, Corres. Sec. to Cross and Cresent, Freshman Basketball Team, Intramurals, Intramural Repres., Football Coach of Frat., Honor Roll. DELEGAL, MARY L., Waycross, Georgia, L.A.— Alpha. Chi Omega, Pres., Pledge Pres., BSU, Freshman Council, Women ' s Intra- murals, Intramural Board, Dorm CounciK Jr. Counselor, Panhellenic Council, Sweet- heart of Pi Kappa Phi, Women ' s P.E. Club, Sec, SFEA, AHHPER, FAHPER. DEVANE, GWEN WATKINS, Ocala, Fla., L.A. -Women ' s Council, Stetson Hall, BSU, Phi Theta Kappa, Dean ' s List, SFEA, Spec. Projects Chairman, Kappa Delta Pi. DICKSON, WILLIAM WAYNE, Miami, Fla., L.A.-BSU, MA, Intramurals, Dean ' s List, Honor Roll, Phi Soc, Scroll and Key, Sig- ma Tau Delta, Pres. DOANE, LEANN S., Lighthouse Point, Fla., L.A.— Pi Beta Phi, House Mgr., Canterbury House, Honor Roll. DUNIFON, BILL, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., L.A. -Chm. SGA Football Comm., Green Feath- er Comm., Chm. off-campus Solicitation, Parent ' s Weekend, Westminster Fellowship, Exec. Council, MA, Relig. Focus Week Comm., Stetson Reporter, Spt. Editor, Per- shing Rifles, Chm, SGA Gen. Fee Evalua- tion Comm. DURHAM, JOSEPH, Bowdon, Ga., Bus.- Lambda Chi Alpha, Treas., Dorm Council. EDWARDS, J. RANDOLPH, DeLand, Fla., Bus.-Sigma Nu, Marshal, Rush Chm., SUB Veep, Publications ' Board, Photographer for HATTER, Reporter, Public Relations Dept., GARCIA, DIANA, Miami, Fla., L.A. -Delta Delta Delta, Pledge Pres., Soc. Chm., IWO, Sec. Fr. Class, Women ' s Council, SUB Pres., Educ. Chm., Greek Wk. Comm., Homecom- ing Dance Chm., Dorm Decorations, Chm., Hatter Holiday Comm., Ski Club, Modern Dance Club, Student Affairs Comm., Or- ientation Comm., Student Adviser, Parent ' s Weekend Comm., Cath. Youth Grp., Pres., Intramurals, Honor Roll, Who ' s Who. GARRIS, MARY KAY, Umatilla, Fla., L.A.- BSU, Player ' s Guild, Veep, Theta Alpha Phi, Sec, SFEA. GARTSIDE, LEE ARTHUR, Winter Park, Fla., LA.— Delta Sigma Phi, Social Pledge, Base- ball, Capt., Intramurals, S Club, Soc. Veep, Rat Week Committee. GEHRKE, SUSAN, New Smyrna Beach, Fla., L.A.-Phi Mu, Soc. Chm., Chaplain, Mem- bership Chm., Scholarship Award, Veep of. Stetson Hall, Student Adviser, Wesley Foundation, Intramurals, Greek Week Com- mittee, Homecoming Committee, SFEA. GENTRY, DIANE, Charleston, S. C, Music- Alpha Chi Omega, Activities Chm., Pledge Pres., Women ' s Exec. Council, Dorm Coun- cil Pres., BSU, Freshman Council, Sec, Exec Council, Music Chm., Sec, Honor Roll, Phi Beta, Corres. Sec, Treas., Pres., Jr. Counselor, Glee Club, Jr. Honors Prog., Tassel, Veep, Presser Foundation Music Scholarship, Mortar Board, Whij ' s Who. HAMILTON, ROBERT, Orlando, Fla., Bus.— Delta Chi Soc Frat., Football, Soccer, Ten- nis, Beta Alpha Sigma, Stetson Univ. De- Molay Club Pres. HAMPTON, JOHN J., Hollywood, Fla., L.A. —Assembly and Commons Comm., Stetson Reporter, Intramurals, Dean ' s List, Honor Roll, Honors Prog., Adminis. Coun- cil Award, ROTC Brigade Staff, Pershing Rifles, Scabbard and Blade, Sigma Pi Kap- pa, Distinguished Military Student, Su- perior Cadet. HARDEN, MARY DELL, Miami Springs, Fla., L.A. —Pi Beta Phi, Veep, Hist., Homecoming Comm., Green-Feather Comm., Student Ad- HARGRAVE, ELIZABETH MERRILL, St. Peters- burg, Fla., L.A.— Canterbury Club, Intra- murals, Honor Roll, Dean ' s List, SFEA. HARRELL, WILBUR JACKSON, JR., Pom- pano Beach, Fla., L.A. —Canterbury Club, Stetson Baseball and Soccer, Dean ' s List, Intramurals, S Club, Resident Adviser, Homecoming Comm. HARRIS, LE BRONE CLAYTON, Pensacola, Fla., Bus.— BSU, Honor Roll, Dean ' s List, Beta Alpha Sigma, Accountancy Club. HARRISON, ROBERT GWYNN, Tallahassee, Fla., LA.-Pi Kappa Phi, MA, BSU, Intra- murals, Psi Chi, Stover Theatre, Traffic Dept., Honor Roll. 265 Senior Directory HATFIELD, CATHARINE JEAN, Towson, Myld., L.A.— Phi Mu, Registrar, House Chm., Corres. Sec, Chaplain of Pledge Class, Westminster Fellowship, Student Ad- viser, SFEA. HENCH, KATRINA, Jacksonville, Fla., L.A. —Women ' s Cuncil, Chaudoin Veep, Wesley Foundation, Sec, Worship Chm., Publ. Chm,. HATTER Staff, Honor Roll, Ford Graduate Program, Sigma Tau Delta, Veep, Jr. Counselor. HENRY, RALPH W., Margate, N. J., L.A.- Lambda Chi Alpha, Treas., Pres., Track Team, Intramurais. HaL, SANDRA LEE, Coral Gables, Fla., Bus.— Modern Dance Club, Secretarial Club, Beta Sigma Chi. HOADLEY, SHERWOOD, Dayton a Beach, Fla., L.A. —Emily House Council, Christian Science Organ., Sec, Treas., Pres., Relig. Life Council, Vespers Comm., Sailing Club, Pres., Phi Society, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Ford Graduate Program. HOLMES, JAY, Palm Beach, Fla., L.A.- Freshman Adviser, Westminster Fellowship, Managerial Assistant, Reporter, HATTER Advertising Staff. HOLTZENDORF, VIRGINIA, Waycross, Ga. L.A.— Pi Beta Phi, Assistant Pledge Trainer Senior Senator, Pres. Senior Class, Home coming Comm., Sec Homecoming Comm. Commons Comm., BSU, Fellowship Chm. Exec. Council, HATTER Business Staff, Ma jorette, Freshman Beauty Queen, Military Queen, Miss Stetson Rurnerup, Greek Goddess. HOWELL, MICHAEL CARSON, Silver Spring, Myld., L.A. -Sigma Phi Epsilon, Guard, Rush Chm., Intramural Board, Intramural All-Stars, Student Adviser. KARBERG, RICHARD ELMER, Indian River City, Fla., L.A. —The Reporter, Stetson Re- view, Woodrow Wilson Fellowship Nomi- nee, Pi Kappa Delta, Volusia County Art Show, Univ. of South Fla. Invitational Art Exhibit, Players Guilds, Debate Soc., Quiz Bowl. KEGLEY, KATHRYN CECILIA, Decatur, Ga., L.A. —Wesley Foundation, SFEA, French Club, Pres., Veep. KEITH, ROBERT M., Atlanta, Ga., Bus.- Lambda Chi Alpha, Pledge Trainer, SGA Senator, SGA Orientation Party Comm Chm., SGA Student Assembly Comm. Chm. Honor Roll, Univ. Music Scholarship, Kap pa Kappa Psi, Hist., Omicron Delta Kappa Treas., Student Adviser, Univ. Band, Univ Orchestra, Pep Band, Univ. Brass Choir, Men ' s Res. Halls Staff, Accountancy Club, Treas., Who ' s Who. KERLING, ELIZABETH JO, Hartsdale, N. Y., L.A.— Business Staff, Reporter, French Club. KIMBLER, FRIEDA, East Palatka, Fla., L.A.- Westminster Fellowship, Intramurais, Pres. Women ' s Physical Education Majors Club, Stetson Letter. KNAPP, RICHARD, DeLand, Fla., L.A.- Wesley Foundation, Gamma Theta Upsilon, Honor Roll, Student Director of Rice Plan- etarium. KRAFT, LINDA JULIA, Miami Springs, Fla., Bus.— Beta Rho Chap, of Gamma Theta Upsilon, Recording Secretary of Account- ancy Club, Beta Alpha Sigma. KRESSMAN, JOY, Cross City, Fla., L.A.- Phi Mu, Pub., House, Scholarship, KME, Sec, French Club, Sec, Homecoming Comm. LEWTON, SANDY, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., L.A. —Women ' s Exec. Council, Pres. Palms, Pres. Emily Hall, BSU, Intramurais, Kappa Delta Pi, Veep IWO, Pres. IWO. LINANE, GAIL LAUREL, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., L.A.— Zeta Tau Alpha, Soc. Chm., Reed. Sec, SFEA. LIPTHROTT, CHARLES A., St. Petersburg, Fla., L.A.— Pi Kappa Phi, Hist., Treas. SGA, Traffic Court Treas., Wesley Foundation, Veep., Pres., State Pres., Rep. to Relig. Life Council, HATTER Staff, Freshman Hon- ors, Soph Honors, Ford Graduate Prog., Omicron Delta Kappa, Pres., Green Circle, Greek Week Comm., Treas., Res. Adviser, Head Res. Freshman Area, Outstanding Freshman Man, ROTC, Res. Hall Council, Orientation Week Chm., Who ' s Who. LITTLEJOHN, J. FRED, Tampa, Fla., Bus.- Pl Kappa Alpha, Canterbury Club, Beta Alpha Sigma. LOCKE, MARY ELIZABETH, Jacksonville, Fla., L.A.— Conrad Hall House Council, Dorm Pres., Women ' s Exec. Council, Fresh- man Council of BSU, LSA, Religious Life Council, SFEA. LOMBARD, MARVEAN, Hallandale, Fla., L.A.— BSU Exec. Council, YWA, NEA. LONG, CAMJLLE, Palatka, Fla., L.A.-Beta Beta Beta, Hist. LOVEGREN, SVEN, Ft. Pierce, Fla., L.A.- BSU, Freshman Council, Co-Chm. Devo- tions, Co-Chm. Youth Revival, Veep, MA, Intramural Repres., Extension Director, Psi Chi, Pres., Scabbard and Blade, Honors Prog., Intramurais, Traffic Comm., SGA Chaplain, Dorm Adviser, Who ' s Who, Hon- or Roll, DMS, ROTC Academic Wreath, ROTC Medal for Leadership, Soldierly Bearing, and Excellence. LOZITO, MARY, DeLand, Fla., L.A.-Pi Beta Phi, BSU, Student Adviser, SFEA. IRISH, NANCY B., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., L.A. —Alpha Chi Omega, Treas. Pledge Class, Soc Chm., Publ. Chm., First Veep, Green Feather Comm., Homecoming Comm., Parent ' s Weekend Comm., Co-Chm. Greek Week, S.E. Panhellenic Comm., Wesley Foundation, Canterbury Club, intramurais, Kappa Pi, Pres., Jr. Counselor, Adviser. JACKSON, JUDITH ANN, Sarasota, Fla., Music— Univ. Chorus, Music Educ National Conference, Sec. Traffic Comm., Student Govt. JOHNSON, RON, Tampa, Fla., L.A.-Pi Kappa Alpha, M.C., Supply Sgt. ROTC, Platoon Leader. JONES, JANICE, Lakeland, Fla., L.A.-BSU, Exec. Council, YWA Pres., Soc Chm., Stet- son Summer Revival Team, Reporter, Adv. Staff, Lakeland Ledger Campus Corres., Student Adviser, Stover Theatre. JULIAN, NED NORVILLE, JR., Sanford, Fla., L.A.— Lambda Chi Alpha, Chm. Traffic Dept., Westminster Fellowship, Pershing Rifles. LANDERS, JOSEPH WHEELER, JR., Winter Park, Fla., L.A.-Pi Kappa Phi, Rush Chm., IFC Repres., SGA Pres., L.A. School Pres., Varsity Soccer, S Club, Men ' s Judiciary Council, Green Circle, Sec. IFC, Resident Adviser, Co-Chm. Green Feather Drive, Who ' s Who. LAY, JULIE, Miami, Fla., L.A.-Canterbury House, Treas., Soc. Chm., HATTER Staff, Features Editor, Sigma Omicron Chi, Play- ers ' Guild, Corres. Sec, Sailing Club. LEA, JAMES, Shelbyville, Ky., L.A.-Pi Kappa Phi, Reporter, Dean ' s List, Honor Roil, Stover Theatre, " Stalag 17, " " The King and I " . LEE, DENNIS, Orlando, Fla., Music— BSU, Honor Roll, Band, Orchestra, Brass En- semble. LENOX, ELLEN MAE ALVES, DeLand, Fla., L.A. —Alpha Xi Delta, Canterbury Club, Spanish Honorary. LEONARDSON, MARSHA, Hollywood, Fla., L.A.— Wesley Foundation, Westminster Fel- lowship, Reporter Staff, Honor Roll, Ford Graduate Prog., Beta Beta Beta, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Treas., Stover Theatre, SFEA, Kappa Delta Pi. LUTZ, SUSAN M., Riviera Beach, Fla., L.A. — LSA, Stover Theatre, Players ' Guild, French Club. LYLE, FRANCES, Jacksonville, Fla., L.A.- Zeta Tau Alpha, Scholarship Pledge, Scholarship Chm., Rush Chm., Panhellenic Sec, Phi Society, Treas., Tassel, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Mortar Board, Treas., Scroll and Key, Jr. Counselor, Miss Stetson Run- nerup. Who ' s Who, Basketball Queen. Mc McCORD, SANDRA, Winter Park, Fla., L.A. —Dean ' s List, Sigma Delta Pi, Pi Delta Phi, Veep. McCREE, MARGARET, Orlando, Fla., Bus.- Alpha Chi Omega, Treas., Librarian, Wo- men ' s Council, Chaudoin House Council, Wesley Foundation, Intramurais, Majorette, Honor Roll, Concert Choir, Student Adviser, Sigma Beta Chi, Green Feather Comm. McGAFFIN, JAY W., Glenwood, Fla., Bus. —Westminster Fellowship, Beta Alpha Slg- McGEE, JUDIE ANNE, Ormond Beach, Fla., Music— BSU, Devotional Chm. 266 Senior Directory M MANSFIELD, H. V., Deland, Fla., L.A.- Soccer, S Club, Treas., Phi Alpha Theta, Theta Alpha Phi. MATHEWSON, ALICE KAY, Miami Shores, Fla., L.A.— Kappa Pi Art Frat., Hist., Stu- dent Adviser, Univ. Choir, Travel Squad, Women ' s Pub. Mgr., Central Fla. Ceramic Society Award, Theta Beta Sigma. MATTHEWS, DAVID TURNER, Bradenton, Fla., L.A.— Pi Kappa Phi, Sec, Treas., Hon- or Roll, Phi Alpha Theta. MATTHEWS, DIANNE SCOTT, Marietta, Ga., Music-Phi Beta, Soc. Chm., MENC, Univ. Chorus. MAULDIN, CATHERINE ABIGAIL, Pompano Beach, Fla., Music-BSU, YWA, Concert Choir, Univ. Chorus, Student Adviser, MENC, AGO, Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl. MEADOWS, JOHN, Clermont, Fla., L.A.- Westminster Foundation. MENEFEE, KATHERINE, Lenoir, N. C, Mu- sic—Phi Beta, Recording Sec, Projects Chm., Music School Senator, Treas., Music School, Players ' Guild, Contributor to STET- SON REVIEW, MENC, State Pres., Tassel, Pub. Agent for Orchestra, Soc. Chm. for Band, Outstanding Freshman Girl for Tau Beta, Who ' s Who. MIHM, BARBARA JANE, Sellersville, Pa., Bus.— Zeta Tau Alpha, Hist., Corres. Sec, Soc Chm., Standards Chm., Sigma Beta Chi, Kappa Pi. MIKELL, DELL MARIE, Trenton, Fla., L.A.- Phi Mu, BSU, Intramurals, Student Director of Women ' s Intramural Board, Outstand- ing Player of the Year Award, PE Major ' s Club, SFEA. MITCHELL, PAUL, Philadelphia, Pa., L.A.- Green Feather Comm., Homecoming Comm., Pres. Cabinet, Honor Roll Ford Prog., IMO, Resident Hall ' s Staff, Pershing Rifles, Green Circle, Who ' s Who, LSA, Pres., Worship Chm., Fla. Area LEA Pres., Relig. Life Council. MOLNAR, DIANE ELISE, Coral Gables, Fla., Bus.— Alpha Xi Delta, Philanthropy Chm., Veep, Sigma Beta Chi, Pres., Aqua Hats, Pub. Chm., French Club, Delta Sigma Phi Sweetheart, Semi-Finalist, Miss Hatter Con- test. MONSON, CARL G., DeLand, Fla., L.A.- BSU, Honor Roll. MORRIS, WILLIE, Hiawassee, Ga., L.A.- SGA Pres. Cabinet, IMO Veep, Pres., Green Circle, Varsity Track, Intramurals, Resident Adviser. MULLINS, SUZANNE, Decatur, Ga., L.A.- Alpha Xi Delta, Treas., Soc. Chm., Music Chm., Honor Pledge, Student Adviser, Jr. Counselor, SUB Hostess Comm., BSU, Tas- sel, Pub. Chm., Scroll and Key, Sec-Treas., Green Feather Comm., Greek Week Comm., Homecoming Decoration Comm., Lambda Chr Alpha Crescent Girl, Kappa Pi. MUNDRICK, DAN, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., LA. — LSA, Dean ' s List, Honor Roll, Kappa Mu Epsilon. MURPHEY, MARTHA EDWINNA, Gaines- ville, Fla., L. A. —Alpha Chi Omega, Scholar- ship Chm., Corres. Sec, Scholarship Pledge, Newsletter Co-Editor, Women ' s Exec. Coun- cil, Veep, Chaudoin House Council, Com- pass Editor, Stetson Review Contributor, Pub. Board Sec, Westminster Fellowship, Veep, Worship Co-Chm., Relig. Life Coun- cil, Phi Soc, Honor Roll, Dean ' s List, Ford Graduate Prog., Honors Prog., Scroll and Key, Sigma Tau Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Pres., SFEA, Pres., Mortar Board, Veep, Tassel, Who ' s Who. NEIDIG, PETER H., Orlando, Fla., L.A.- Delta Sigma Phi, Psi Chi. NEWA VAN, ALLEN R., Ironton, Ohio, L.A.- Men ' s Residence Council, Pi Kappa Delta, Pres., Veep, Reporter Staff, Review Staff, U. N. Semester, Theater Guild, Debate Team, Honors House, Pres., Phi Alpha Theta. NEWTON, SANDRA LAKE, Tampa, Fla., L. A.— Alpha Chi Omega, Lyre Editor, Chap- lain, Pub. Chm., Canterbury Club, Jr. Counselor, Student Residence Hall Assist- ant, Educ. Comm. Chm., SUB. NISWONGER, PATTI LYNN, Winter Haven, Fla., L.A.— Alpha Chi Omega, Chaplain, Soc. Chm., SFEA, Soc. Chm., Veep, Home- coming Comm. NUNLEY, JAY, Portsmouh, Va., L.A.- Westminster Fellowship, Worship Chm., Pres., Varsity Track, S Club, Honor Roll, Beta Beta Beta, Veep, Band, Orchestra, Woodrow Wilson Candidate, Member Ford MA-3 Program. PASCHAL, BOBBY, Enterprise, Ala., L.A.- Sigma Nu, Basketball. PAYNE, ANN, Homestead, Fla., L.A.-BSU, Honor Roll, SFEA. PEEK, JOE, West Palm Beach, Fla., L.A.- Canterbury Club, French Club. PERKINS, S. FRANK, IV, Bradenton, Fla., L.A.— Canterbury House, Pres., Lay Reader. PETERSON, J. DANIEL, Pierson, Fla., L.A. —Lambda Chi Alpha, Editor, Rush Chm., Exec. Comm., Student Adviser, Intramural Football and Basketball, Assistant In Nat. Science Foundation Summer Math Insti., Honor Roll, Pledge Scholarship Award. PHILLIPS, LOUIS JAMES, Hollywood, Fla., L.A.-Editor STETSON REVIEW, Asst. Edi- tor REVIEW, 2nd Place Stetson Chess Tournament, Emcee Freshman Talent Night, Stover Theatre Productions: " Glass Men- agerie, " " Julius Caesar, " " The Tempest, " " Antigone, " Pres. , Players ' Guild Film Festival, Co-Pres. Players ' Guild, Honors Prog., Ford MA-3 Prog. PICKERING, JOHN R., Ft. Myers, Fla., L.A. —Homecoming Comm., Parent ' s Weekend Comm., Curric. Eval. Comm. Chm., Sec. Student Events, SGA Cabinet, REPORTER, SUB Movie Review, Phi Alpha Theta, Hon- ors House, Dean ' s List, Honor Roll, Stu- dent Adviser, Orientation Comm., SUB, Educ Comm., Film Comm., Stover Theatre. PICKERING, RICHARD B., Ft. Myers, Fla., Bus.— Pi Kappa Alpha, Soc Chm., Veep, Intramurals, Canterbury Club, Beta Alpha Sigma, Treas., Treas. Greek Week Comm., Frat. Workshop. PRITCHARD, SUSAN, Jacksonville, Fla., l!a. -BSU, Soc. Chm., Sec. Chaudoin House Council, Univ. Chorus, SFEA, HATTER Staff, Senior Class Editor. RAINS, BRENDA J., LaFollette, Tenn., L.A. —Delta Delta Delta, Treas., Veep., Wesley Foundation, Soph. Adviser, Jr. Counselor. RASCO, RUSSELL, DeLand, Fla., L.A.-Lamb- da Chi Alpha, Sec, MA, Pres., BSU, En- listment Chm., Soc Chm. MA, Intramural Football, ROTC Co. Commander. RATNOFF, BONNI, Miami Beach, Fla., L.A. -Psi Chi, Ronor Roll. REID, BARRY WAYNE, Baltimore, Md., L.A. —AAA, BSU, Intramurals, Honor Roll. RIFFLE, ALAN, DeLand, Fla., L.A.-Delta Sigma Phi, Pledgemaster, Varsity Baseball, Intramurals, Honor Roll, Intramural Board. ROCHE, ELIZABETH M., Bethesda, Md L.A. RODELLI, MEL, Hollywood, Fla., L.A.-Stu- dent Senate, IFC Veep, Co-Chm. Home- coming Parade, Co-Chm. Homecoming, Pi Kappa Alpha, Pres., Veep, Pledgemaster, Student Advisor, Intramural Allstars, SGA, Pub. Co-Chm., Senate Rep. to Student Affairs, DIscip. Council. ROTHERY, WAYNE B., Lorton, Va., Bus.- Westminster Fellowship, Contributor to Reporter, Water Ski Club, Treas., Safety Director, Prog. Chm., Pershing Rifles, Na- tional Convention, Beta Alpha Sigma, ROTC. RUGGIERO, JOHN R., Brooksville, N. Y., L.A. —Delta Sigma Phi, Veep, Sgt.-at-Arms, Athletic Chm., Intramural Rep., All Star Football, Stover Theatre Production, " South Pacific " RUSSAK, JANICE, Hialeah, Fla., LA.- Cheerleader, Honor Roll, Kappa Mu Epsi- lon, Green Feather Sec. SASSER, FAITH, Pahokee, Fla., Bus. -Delta Delta Delta, Intramurals, Ski Club, Home- coming Comm., Greek Week Comm. SAVAGE, NEIL W., St. Petersburg, Fla Bus.— Sigma Nu, Alumni Contact Officer Accountancy Club, Pres., Veep, SGA Treas., Co-Chm. Green Feather, STETSON REPORT ER, Varsity Golf, S Club, Pershing Rifles, Student Affairs Comm. SCHAEFER, RICHARD H., Dayton, Ohio, Bus.— Sigma Nu, Soc. Chm., Intramural Football and Basketball. SCHODER, CHARLES ANTHONY, Jackson- ville, Fla., L.A. —Sigma Nu, Homecoming Comm., ROTC Battalion Commander, Sec. Scabbard and Blade, Varsity Basketball, Intramurals. SHAW, SUE ANN, Vero Beach, Fla., L.A.- Zeta Tau Alpha, Treas., Exec. Council, Pledge Sec, Wesley Foundation, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Student Adviser. 267 Senior Directory SHELTON, WILLIAM L., Hollywood, Fla., Bus.— Beta Alpha Sigma, Accountancy Club. SHERARD, SAMUEL H., Suffolk, Va., Bus.- Beta Alpha Sigma. SMITH, ANDY, Frostproof, Fla., Bus.— Sig- ma Nu, Student Senate, Scabbard and Blade, Traffic Comm., Beta Alpha Sigma, Intramurals, Treas. of Business School. SMITH, H. ALBERTA, Eustis, Fla., L.A.- YWA, Prog. Co-Chm., Sigma Delta Pi, Sig- ma Tau Delta, Sec, SFEA. SMITH, RAYMOND WALTER, Ft. Lauder- dale, Fla., L.A.— Pi Kappa Phi, Scholarship Chm., Sec, Jr. Class Senate Rep., Sr. Class Senate Rep., Homecoming Committee, Leadership Day Comm., Green Feather, Student Govt. Pub. Chm., Stetson Reporter Staff, Circulation Mgr., Soccer, Honors Prog., Ford Graduate Prog., Phi Soc, Veep, Scroll and Key, Phi Alpha Theta, Honor Roll, Dean ' s List, Men ' s Dorm Council, Student Advisor, Alternate Resident Ad- viser, Who ' s Who. SMITH, ROBERT A., Hollywood, Fla., Bus. — ROTC Battalion Staff, Pershing Rifles, Scabbard and Blade, Treas. SPARKS, JACK, Santo, Tex., L.A. -Sigma Nu, Varsity Track, Varsity Basketball, Green Circle, Senator, Commander of Sigma Nu, Pres. Gamma Theta Upsilon. SPIVEY, V. JEMOINE, Jacksonville, Fla., L.A.— Lambda Chi Alpha, IFC Rep., Song Director, Scholarship Chm., National Conv. Delegate, Management Training Serriinar, Univ. Chorus, Green Circle, Treas., Chm. Spring Concert Comm., Co-Chm. Parent ' s Weekend Comm., Pres. Cabinet, Senate, Pres. Soph. Class, Pres. Jr. Class, Beta Beta Beta, Sec. of Elections S. G., Who ' s Who. SQUIRE, RAY, Orleans, Mass., L.A.— Sigma Phi Epsilon, Pres., Green Circle, Men ' s Council, SGA Traffic Comm., Co-Chm. Fall Concert, Greek Week Comm., IFC, IFC Disciplinary Council Sec. STACY, DAVID M., Tiffin, Ohio, L.A.-Pi Kappa Alpha, Alumni Sec, Editor of Siren, Green Feather, Pres. Cabinet, News Edi- tor, Editor-in-Chief of REPORTER, Chm. Pub. Board, UPI Corres., REVIEW Staff, Green Circle, Student Affairs, Pres. Sigma Pi Kappa, Order of Those. STAFFORD, STEVE, Ocala, Fla., L.A. STRAWN, ELDON E., St. Petersburg, Fla., Bus.— MA. STRICKLAND, DIANE P., Tallahassee, Fla., L.A.— Alpha Xi Delta, Scholarship Chm., Chaplain, Cheerleader, Captain, Honors Prog., Dean ' s List, Honor Roll, Sigma Pi Kappa, Nat. Eng. Honorary, Jr. Counselor, Student Advisor, Players ' Guild, Theatre Production, " A Long Way from Home, " " Antigone, " Aquahats Ski Club. SUCHER, DOUGLAS, Hamden, Conn., L.A. —Sigma Nu, Hist. Rush Chm., Sec, Veep of SGA, Canterbury Club, Editor Intra- mural News, REPORTER, Pub. Board, In- tramural Football, Track, Sigma Nu Com- petiive Sports Award, Football, All Star Team, Beta Alpha Sigma, Veep of Scab- bard and Blade, Veep Green Circle, Chm. Green Feather Carnival, Treas. Soph. Class, Battalion S-l-ROTC, Homecoming Comm., Student Affairs Comm., Student Union Board, Student Senate, Orientation Week Comm., Who ' s Who. SWALLOWS, MARY EMMA, Winter Haven, Fla., L.A.-BSU, YWA, Sigma Tau Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Honor Roll, Dean ' s List, Honors Prog., SFEA, Sec, Stetson Players ' Guild. TAFT, EUGENE S., Ill, Summit, N. J., L.A. —Delta Sigma Phi, Pledge Class Pres., Hist., Soc. Chm., Westminster Fellowship, Treas., Honor Roll, Student Adv. TERRELL, JAMES T., J acksonville, Fla., L.A. —Sigma Nu, Commander, SGA Senate, Intramural Athlete of the Year, Omicron Delta Kappa, Scabbard and Blade, Men ' s Council, Green Cir., ROTC Brig. Comm., Pres. Inter-Frat. Coun., Men ' s Res. Halls Staff, Who ' s Who. THOMAS, NOYES RANDALL, Orlando, Fla., L.A.— Sigma Phi Epsilon, Big Brother ' s Chm., Intramurals, Greek Week Comm. THOMPSON, JAMES CARY, DeLand, Fla., L.A.-Delta Sigma Phi, Treas., Pledge Trainer, Veep, Pledge Class, Intramurals, All Stars Football and Softball. TIPPETT, GLENNA R., West Palm Beach, Fla., Bus.— Stetson Reporter, Adver. Staff and Bookkeeper, Sigma Beta Chi, Sec- Treas., Young Republican Club, Sec. and Cen. District College Vice Chm., Account- ing Club. ULACK, RICHARD, Glen Head, N. Y., L.A. -Delta Sigma Phi, Rush Chm., IFC Rush Chm., Treas., Pres., Phi Alpha Theta, Sec, Treas., ROTC. w WALKER, CLAUDINE DIANNE, Atlanta, Ga., L.A.— Alpha Xi Delta, Hist., Rush Sec, Recording Sec, Tassel, Treas., Ford Gradu- ate Prog., Honors Prog., Dean ' s List, Honor Roll, Stover Theatre, " The Boyfriend, " Stu- dent Adviser, Jr. Counselor, Sigma Tau Delta. WARD, HAMPTON, Daytona, Fla., L.A.- Delta Sigm ' a Phi, Soc, Chm., Hist., Pres. Pledge Class, BSU Exec. Council, Greek Week Comm. WATERS, VERNON, Jacksonville, Fla., L.A. -Lambda Chi Alpha, BSU, Basketball, S Club, ROTC Battalion Staff. WEST, FRANK, Atlanta, Ga., L.A.-Pi Kap- pa Phi, Sec, Green Circle, Phi Soc, Scroll and Key, Phi Alpha Theta, Green Feather Comm., Stover Theatre Productions, Honor Roll, Dean ' s List, Ford Graduate Prog., BSU. WESTBERRY, MICHAEL, Ormond Beach, Fla., L.A.— Varsity Baseball Team, S Club. WESTBERRY, OLIVE, Savannah, Ga., L.A.— YWA, HATTER Staff, Freshman Math Award, Honor Roll, Dean ' s List, Ford Graduate Prog., Sigma Pi Kappa, Sec, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Pres., SFEA, Emily Hall House Council. WHITLEY, HARRY A., Albemarle, N. C, L.A.-BSU, State C onvention Choir, Pub. Comm., Kappa Delta Pi, Treas., Honor Roll, SFEA, Concert Choir, Key Member, Travel Squad, Univ. Chorus, Stover Theatre Productions: " South Pacific, " " The Bar- tered Bride, " " Skin of Our Teeth. " WILLIAMS, EILEEN LIPTHROTT, St. Peters- burg, Fla., L.A.— Zeta Tau Alpha, Veep, Pledge Trainer, Chaudoin Hall House Coun., Soph. Class Sec, Student Govt. Sec, Student Affairs, Jr. Counselor, Mili- tary Sponsor for ROTC, Miss Stetson. WILLIAMS, LLOYD E., JR., St. Petersburg, Fla., Bus.— Pi Kappa Phi, House Chm., Scholarship Chm. WILLIAMS, NILES, Bradenton, Fla., Bus.- Pi Kappa Alpha, Sec, LSA, Intramurals, Honor Roll. WILSON, BEVERLEY JEAN, St. Petersburg, Fla., L.A.-Alpha Chi Omega, House Mgr., Rush Chm., Recording Sec, Westminster Fellowship, Honor Roll, Kappa Delta Pi, Sec, SFEA, Chaudoin House Council, Wo- men ' s Exec. Council Rep.-at-Large. WILSON, CAROLYN, Miami, Fla., L.A.- Chaudoin House Council Sec, Westmin- ster Fellowship, SFEA, Chaplain. WIMBERLY, JIMMIE MAE, Ft. Myers, Fla., L.A.-Alpha Chi Omega, Student Adv., Majorette, Homecoming Decor. Comm. WOLFE, ELIZABETH, St. Petersburg, Fla., Music— BSU, Accompanist for Univ. Chorus, Pub. and Music Librarian for Univ. Chorus, Phi Beta. WOOD, STAN, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., L.A. WOODBERY, MARTHA SUE, Plant City, Fla., L.A.— Delta Delta Delta, Outstanding Pledge, Rush Chm., Wesley Foundation, Student Adviser, Women ' s House Council, Jr. Counselor, SFEA, SGA Homecoming Comm., Pub. Co-Chm., Co-Chm. Home- coming. YOUNG, BEVERLY, Harrington Park, N. J., L.A.-Alpha Xi Delta, Pledge Treas., Car- res. Sec, House Chm., Palms Council Rep. YOUNGERMAN, LINDA L, Chatham, N, J., L. A.— Zeta Tau Alpha, House Mgr. YOUNGERMAN, RALPH, Chatham, N. J., L.A. — Sigma Nu, Soc Member, Soccer, Co- Capt., Baseball, Varsity S Club. ZIMMERMAN, BONNIE, Winter Park, Fla., L.A.— Phi Mu, Pledge Director, Standards Chm., Frat. Educ. Chm., Soc. Graces, Li- brarian, Pledge Class Treas., Brain and Wheel Award, BSU, Exec. Council, Youth Revival Team, Co-Chm., Honor Roll, Stu- dent Adviser. 268 Student Directory Aaron, Christine— 221 Abbot), Thomas— 221, 77 Abies, Clifford— 154, 211 Abies, Mike— 154, 231 Ainger, Esther— 231 Alard, Leopoldo— 231 , 58 Albri Ma -231 Aldrich, Knthy- 124, 231 Alexander, Leslie— 18, 76, 81, 128, 231 Alford, Robert— 67, 72 Allen, Jacquelyne- 211, 68 Allen, Samuel— 75, 76, 211 Allison, J. Ron— 85, 87, 162, 185 Ailoway, Jeremy— 142, 231 Anders, Joon— 132, 211 Anderson, Koren— 73, 221, 128 Anderson, Kenneth— 77 Anderson, Marion— 211 Anderson, Robert- 211 Anderson, Susan— 231 Anderson, Joy— 18, 124, 221 Andrews, Dixie— 68, 211 Anthony, Sarah— 71 , 221 Appleby, Janis— 18, 116, 221 Archibald, George— 231 Arner, DeLan -185 Arnett, Bud— 158, 185 Arrigoni, Jacki— 185 Arrington, Cissy — 231 Arvanitis, Sue— 231 Ashcraft, Sarah— 73, 107, 120, 221 Ashley, Joyce— 136, 231 Ault, James- 75, 76, 221 Ausinsch, Boiba- 231 Austin, Jim— 73, 74, 185 Boer, Pamela— 185 Bagley, Andrea— 58, 185 Bagnol, Joel— 55, 47, 154, 221 Bailey, David— 221 Bailey, Walter— 75, 76, 185 Boker, Philip— 87, 221 Baker, Sara— 185 Baksa, Richard— 221 Baldwin, Glenn— 69, 221 Ballard, Kim— 52, 128, 211 Baltosar, Jose— 221 Bambini, Adrian— 85, 100, 105, 162, Barbe, Ira— 221 Barber, Nancy— 75, 185 Borbre, Pamela— 116, 231 Barineau, Martha— 124, 185 Barnard, Jack— 146, 185 Barnard, Thomas— 90, 91, 92, 95 Barnes, Charles— 142, 211 Barnes, Robert M — 146, 221 Barnett, Virginia— 39, 54, 128, 211 Barolo, Denice— 109, 116, 221 Barrett, Al— 66, 211 Barrett, Karen- 211 Barrett, Shirley T.— 221 Barrett, Terry- 211 Borringer, Jo- 116, 231 Barron, Wanda Lynn— 18, 120, 221 -231 oylor, Brendo- 221 each, Jane— 75, 231 each, Martha— 231 easley, Sandra— 65, 211 oucha -211 Beavo, Joe— 154, 211 Beckner, Harold— 231 Beckwilh, Clifford— 99 Bedell, John— 142, 231 Bedell, William— 146, 221 Bedsole, Elizabeth— 73, 7i, 211 Beebe, Verl— 85, 98, 186 Beeman, Paul— 221 Behney, Wilson— 211 Behrens, Alden— 154, 231 Belden, Robert— 154, 231 Bena, David- 85, 87, 162, 211 Bennett, Charles— 211 Betheo, Dianne— 73, 74, 211 ethe Biber, Joseph— 231 Bickelhaupt, Jim— 221 Bicksler, Sylvia— 66, 186 Bierley, Cecilia — 46, 186 Bigelow, Vining— 87, 100, 231, 162 Birrel, Mary— 231 Bishop, Bruce — 231 Bishop, Carol— 136, 186 Bishop, Don— 221 Bishop, Randi— 231 Bivans, Barbara— 221 Blank, Paul— 60, 73, 74 Blazer, Carol— 75, 231 Bohmfolk, John— 146, 231 Booth, Sara— 52, 53, 124, 136 Boriss, Alexander— 150, 211 Borroum, Shirley— 231 Botlomley, Gerald— 221 Bowman, Roy— 104, 105, 158, 211 Boykin, Ronald— 76, 231 Bozard, Mildred— 231 Bradbury, Charles— 75, 76, 231 Bradley, Charlene— 231 Brodshaw, Bill— 75, 76, 186 Bromlilt, Brenda— 52, 132, 211 Bronan, Samuel— 232 Brannam, Julie— 74, 109, 128, 232 Broun, Amelia— 221 Bremer, Paul— 211 Brent, Fred— 232 Breslin, George— 162, 232 Breyer, Bill— 85, 154, 186 Bridges, J. Eugene— 73, 186 Brockett, Gail— 58, 69, 232 Broer, Bruce— 21 1 Brooker, Cheryl— 232 Brooks, Jerrie— 186, 211 Broome, William— 54, 55, 56, 85, 87, 154, 186 Brophy, Jomes— 154, 212 Brousseou, Ted— 85, 87, 221 Brown, Cheryl— 212 Brown, Dionno- 232 Brown El izobeth— 58, 221 Brown; Mary Llew-54, 70, 124, 212 Brown Tono- 120, 232 Browniield, Tom— 162, 212 Brownsen Judy— 53, 66, 120, 212 Bryan, Su ' son— 124, 186 Bryan, Diana-124, 221 Bryant, Fred-91, 94, 232 Buchanan, Steve-91 , 94 Buckner Kenneth D. — IT . 232 Bues, M ' ary-24, 58, 63, 66, ' 32 212 Bugg, Charles-54, 55, 56, 57, 61, 63, 64, 67, 154, 212 Bullers, Tom-60, 221 Bumgarner, Mickey— 75, 187 Bunnell, Rodger— 77, 187 Burchette, John-69, 73, 74, 187 Burchetle, Kotey— 187 Burgett, Harvey— 73 Burnett, Lane-232 Burns Laura Chris— 72, 76 Burnside, Arthur— 212 Burrett, Jerry — 146 Busey Stephan— 71, 221 Butler Carol-130, 132, 138, 187 Butler! Douglas-73, 74, 221 b:;!:;; tt: -aX m. m. u?. 20 Cain, Loucretio— 116, 232 Calloway, Claudia— 72, 75, 187 Coromeros, Toni— 124, 232 Campbell, Rocki— 69, 232 Campbell, Judy— 52, 69, 71, 120, 187, 206 Coreloot, George— 212 Corlson, Neil— 47, 222 Corr, Donna— 75, 76, 116, 222 Corr, Susan— 212 Carter, Donna— 232 Carter, Fronk— 77, 232, 146 Carter, Grover— 85, 86, 87 Cortledge, Jo Co -222 Cass, Raymond— 187 Costillo, Angel-48, 232 Coulley, James— 232 Cowthon, Dudley— 55, 77, 232 Cebollo, Luis— 58, 232 Chaffin, Raymond— 74, 75, 187 Chomberlin, Cathy— 212 Chondler Dianne— 18, 116, 138, 157, 187 Chaplin, ' jim-51, 54, 61, 158, 212, 77 Chapman, Barbara-46, 54, 56, 64, 116, 212 Choppell, Lee— 150, 232 Chose, William— 232 Chatham Robert— 48, 50, 187 Chesh°re, Gwen-21, 39, 118, 120, 138, Cheshire, Joonne- B, 120, 232 Chickering, Susan-128, 232 Childress, Rebecca— 188 Childs, Richard-85, 99, 162 212 Christion, Sandra— 47, 50, 54, 65, 70, 136, 212 Christmas, Marlene-47, 70, 188 Clork, Don— 51, 54, 77, 162, 188 Clark William— 85, 91 Clarke, Larry— 232 Claussen, Ken— 212 Cloy To dd— 48, 50, 71, 146, 188 Cloypool, Linda— 73, 74, 232 deary, Jeanne 7, 212 Cleland, Max— 77, 188 Clements, Ann— 132, 222 Clenney, Lynda— 39, 57, 222 Clifford, Christopher— 150, 232 Clifton, Gwili— 188 Clifton, Ron— 23 Cline, Linda— 120, 232 Clopper, Terry— 212 Cochran, ' Donold Bruce— 158, 222 Cochrane, John-72, 77, 232 Cohen, Richard— 104, 158, 222 Cohrs, Gail— 116, 232 Coker, Julius— 222 Cole, Betty— 212 Cole, Elsie— 188 Cole, Richard— 232 Cole, Ronald— 67, 188 Cole, Sarah— 84, 232 Cole, Stephen— 150, 188 Coley, Pot— 212 Collins, Cecil- 65, 162, 188 Collins, Nancy— 222 Collins, Phillip— 154, 233 Coleman, Dorothy— 58, 189 Colvord, Ruth— 73, 74, 222 Combs, Nancy— 233 CoiT , Jo -IB Condit, Sarah— 120, 189 Condon, Richard— 212 Conklin, Addie— 54, 59, 64, 65, 7C, 212 Conner, Joseph— 212 Conner, Bonnie— 222 Conte, Josephine JoAnna— 67, 69, 189 Cooke, Samuel Tucker— 66, 73, 146, 189 Coonley, Donald— 51 , 100, 142, 189 Cope, Vernon— 63, 189, 206 Cooper, Shannon— 66, 212 Cornell, Sheryl— 233 Cornwall, Peter— 158, 222 Corson, Wynne— 116, 233 Corydon, Bonnie— 233 Coulter, Wayne— 146, 212 Coutonl, Andrew— 69, 142, 222 Courcoine, Nancy— 60, 70, 132, 212 Cowart, Zollie— 212 Cowden, Dorryl— 60, 189 Cowley, Janice— 189 Cox, Carol— 74, 233 Cox, Clara Jean— 18, 124, 222 Cox, Dona— 189 Cox, Margaret— 72, 73, 74, 222 Cox, Mary— 189 Croble, Nancy— 54, 64, 120, 212 Creoger, Lyndia— 116, 233 Creogh, Gloria— 222 Cregor, Edward— 162, 212 Cresswell, Carol— 53, 213 Crews, Colin— 189 Criswell, Harold— 54 Crosby, Julio- 136, 222 Cross, Robert— »9 Crowley, Carolyn— 62, 63, 190 Crowlher, John— 77, 104, 162, 233 Crum, Mortho Sue— 73, 74, 213 Cruckshonk, John— 233 Crum, Don— 73 Culv Ed« 222 Cunningham, Tina— 67, 190 Curmonskie, Mary— 233 Cypress, Billy— 77, 213 206 -49, 58, 62, 63, 68, 190, Damron, Richard— 162, 233 Daniel, Frances— 53, 65, 70, 190 Donsyeor, Potti— 70, 136, 222 Davidson, Sandy— 222 Davidson, Potti— 74, 233 Davis, Andrew— 154, 233 Davis, Charles B.— 74, 222 Davis, James— 72, 77, 222, 58 Davis, Jan F.— 233 Davis, John— 102, 146, 222 Davis, Kevin— 84, 120, 233 ick— 51, 154, 233 Day, Charle -58 Deal, Elizabeth— 64, 72, 75, 76, 213 DeArmos, Fred— 68 DeArmos, Nestor— 55, 102, 233 Dease, Jeffrey— 150, 190 Deoton, Joyce— 53, 116, 222 Dekle, Jennie— 52, 53, 75, 116, 222 DeLeeuw, Carol— 213 DeLeGol, Mary— 114, 116, 138, 153, 190 DeLesdernier, Noel— 54, 213 DeLooch, Steward— 73, 74, 233 Del Rose, Mary— 233 De Mil iirgn , Mary— 75, 136, 213 Denoy_,,-, _,. ___ Dericks, Donna— 53, 124, 138, 222 DeTreville, Lisa— 76, 233 DeVane, Gwen W.— 65, 70 Dickey, Paul F.— 74, 233 Dickson, Wayne— 55, 63, 68, 190 Dill, Carol— 46, 54, 58, 213 Dillard, Camille— 116, 233 Dillman, Charles— 158, 222 Dixon, Roger— 70, 213 Doone, Leonn- 128, 190 Dodd, Rita— 73, 222 Dollens, Donna — 48, 52, 54, 64, 70, 128, 213, 73 Dominquez, Franscisco— 233 Domonkos, Lawrence— 72, 190 Dorer, George — 77, 233 Doubledoy, Diane— 53, 222 Dowling, Richard— 222 Downing, Michelle— 1 20, 233 Duckworth, Howard— 51, 154, 233 Dunifon, Bill 2, 48, 190 Dunwoody, Elliott— 139, 158, 213 Durham, Brenda— 136, 222 Durham, Joe— 1 46, 190 Durrence, Gloria— 213 Edelblut, Robert— 150, 213 Edge, Hoyt— 54, 55, 57, 154, 222 Edinger, Evans— 99 Edwards, Randolph — 48, 158, 191 Edwards, Selby Jane— 128, 233 Eger, Judye— 75, 136, 223 Ellenburg, Ralph— 60, 75 Ellis, Wayne— 158, 223 Emerson, Francis— 158, 191 Engle, Katherine— 132, 213 Ennij, Steve— 50, 150, 191 Eno, Ralph— 142, 233 Enstice, Richard— 48, 233 Eslinger, Robert— 51, 154, 223 Estenson, Janet— 132, 233 Estes, Sharon— 233 Estess, George— 102, 233 Eubanks, Dione B.— 234 Ezelle, Jennings— 146 Fagon, Barbara— 128, 223 Fogon, William- 77 Forrington, Mortha 4, 47, 54, 63, 64, 128, 213 Fay, Robert- 150, 213 Fendl, Frederick— 142, 234 Field, Alice— 47, 57, 223 Field, Joanne- 7, 50, 55, 56, 68, 191, 206 Field, Judi— 223 Finney, Bey— 124, 223 Fish, Randall— 234 Fishburne, Merritt— 74 Fishpow, Bernice— 234 Flagler, Edward— 162 Fleishel, Connie— 128, 223 Fletcher, Suzanne— 128, 223 Floyd, William— 77, 234 Fly, Janice— 116, 138, 213 Fogle, Doug— 213 Folds, John— 103, 154, 191 Foley, Joyce — 234 Forkner, Beniomin- 146, 223 et. Gory— 77, 146, 213 Fost. Susi -69 Foust, Brady— 142, 213 Francis, Catherine— 75, 132, 213 Francisco, John— 81, 191 Francisco, William— 77, 150, 223 e, Di. -55 Freelond, Melissa— 58, 223 Frishe, Nancy— 136, 234 Furlong, Jane— 58, 234 Furlong, Edward— 58, 223 Gabler, Thelmo— 116, 234 Gainey, Elizabeth— 234 Galitz, Eorl- 69, 76, 234 Garbow, Chris— 154, 223 Garcia, Diana— 44, 124, 191, 207 Gardner, Lynn— 75, 234 Garland, Carol— 66, 108, 223 Garner, W. Joseph— 24, 44, 51, 158, 223 Gorris, Mary Kay— 191 191 T91 Gortside, Le Garvin, Glenn— 139, 150, 223 Goskins, Sally- 2, 136, 191 Gosselt, Susan— 234 Gates, Edwinno- 234 Gehrke, Sue— 132, 138, 192 Geiger, Dwight— 146, 213 Gendell, Michael- 150, 234 Gentry, Dianne— 22, 52, 53, 56, 62, 116, 192, 207 Gentry, James— 75, 234 Genung, Edith— 59 Gibson, Richard— 16, 63, 74, 192 Gieg, Chuck— 142, 223 Giffin, Caryl— 73, 84, 120, 223 Gilbert, Fion- 234 Gilder, Lynda— 66, 192 Gimenez, Cesar— 85, 87, 89, 223 Ginn, Richard— 61, 64, 59, 154, 213 Gladding, Somuel B, 55, 234 Glaze, Rita- 132, 223 Gonzalez, Humberto— 100, 234 Gonzalez, Ramon— 234, 58 Gooding, Mack- 4, 223 Goodson, Barbara— 47, 53, 57, 223 Goods. Pot- 192 Gordon, Gail— 58, 74, 120, 223 Groef, Pot- 234 Graham, Michael— 142, 234 Grona, Madeline— 234 Grossmuck, Bill— 162, 192 Grousteln, Alan— 162, 192 269 Gray, Eleanor — 223 Morgaret— 59, 74, 223 nbaum, Lesli, -213 Greene, Pat— 136, 192 Greene, Ralph— 213 Greenwood, Richard Greenhow, Tom— 58 Gregory, Goyle— 21, 134, 136, 138, 192 Gregory, Linda— 54, 63, 64, 70, 120 Gregory, Martha— 213 Gress, Bill— 58, 146, 192 Gridley, Susan— 223 Grimm, Betsy- 234 Grinnell, Norman— 223 Gruber, Craig— 234 Guenther, Linda— 84, 234 Guinond, Joel— 223 Gussman, Diane— 128, 234 Gutman, Virginia — 223 Guyon, Barbara— 223 Hohn, Carol— 65 Haig, Eva— 53, 66, 213 Haire, John— 51, 154, 234 Hale, Daniel— 213 Hall, Fred— 102, 150, 224 Hail, Laura— 124, 214 Hall, Pat— 124, 224 Halliburton, John— 192 Hamilton, Robert— 192 Hampp, Kurt— 146, 224 Hampton, John— 77, 193 Hampton, Ralph— 75, 224 Handley, Thomas— 224 Hones, David— 162, 234 Honkal, John— 150, 193 Honltins, Cheryl— 128, 224 Hansen, Carol— 102, 214 Harden, Mary Dell— 128, 193 Hardmon, John— 77, 234 Hardy, Sandra— 71, 224 Hargneft, David— 224 Hargrove, Betty— 193 Hoi kins, Steven- 54, 139, 162, 224 Harmon, Dionne— 76, 72, 214 Harmer, Wendy— 76, 234 Harreil, 8111-58, 85, 87, 193 -36, 54, 64, 84, 126, 128, 214, 138, 18 -75, 234 -193 Harrison, Robert— 154, 193 Harrison, Yvonne— 75, 234 Hart, John— 51, 54, 214 Hortmon, William— 75, 76, 214 Hortsfield, Lawrence— 85 Harvey, Marion — 47, 132, 224 Hastings, Larry 4, 162, 224 Hatfield, Jean— 132, 193 Houlmon, Bruce— 64, 75, 76, 139, 154, 214 Hoylett, Pom — 48, 234 Haymon, Cindy— 224 Hoynes, Janet— 224 Head. George— 75, 235 Healy, Donna— 47, 224 Heath, Ronald— 235 Hebden, Wayne— 73, 162, 224 Hedrick, Chris— 69, 235 Heebner, Peter— 73, 150, 224 Heflin, Margaret— 214 Heidbreder, Su zanne— 136, 224 Heinze, Donald— 154, 235 Hench, Kotie— 46, 53, 65, 68, 193 Henderson, Richard Henderson, Steve— 99, 142, 214 Hendry, Gail— 136, 193 Hendry, Thomas— 224 Henry, Ralph— 139, 144, 146, 193 Herberholz, Lois-47, 75, 224 Herbst, Mary— 235 Herko, Aileen— 214 Herrold, Judith— 224 Hester, Bill— 91, 92, 95 Hester, Monica— 73, 74 Hicks, Janet— 214 Hicks, Violet— 55, 65, 214 Higgins, Jeffrey— 224 Higgins, Loma Higgins, Terry — 224 High, Steven— 214 Hilbert, Alice-.-224 Hill, Sandra— 71, 193 Hill, Walter— 55, 77, 235 Hird, Linda— 214 Hird, Paul— 224 Hoodley, Sherwood— 52, 55, 66, 59, 194 Hoben, Diana— 224 Hockett, Paul— 55, 58, 235 Hockelt, Toby— 214 Hogg, John— 235 Hogue, Peter- 54, 66, 154, 224 Holifield, Richard— 58, 158, 224 Holliday, Marvin — 73, 74 Hollidoy, Robert— 194 Holly, Heather— 72, 235 Holmes, Jay— 48, 194 Holmes, Owen— 224 Holmes, Sue— 132, 224 Holtzendorf, Virginia— 71, 128, 184, 194 Hood, Michael— 235 Hood, Richard— 214, 150 Hook, Penny — 46, 60, 224 Hooker, Carol— 47, 74, 116, 235 Hooker, Mary Ellen— 69, 235 Hooper, Judith— 116, 224 Hopkins III, Leonard— 214 Hopper, Tov nsend— 55, 58, 77, 214 Horn, John— 87, 88, 235 Horn, Karen- 54, 120, 214 Hoven, Stephanie— 136, 214 Howard, Alice— 57, 224 Howard, Jeanne— 58, 74, 235 Howard, Paulo— 235 Howell, Michael— 162, 194 Hudgins, Mary V.— 132, 214 Huff, Kathleen— 128, 214 Huggord, Kathy- 8, 235 Hughes, Robert— 163, 214 Humes, Virginia— 224 Hunt, Jon- 73, 146, 214 Hunter, Bonnie— 214 Hunter, Gloria Jean— 214 Hutchings, LorrI— 71, 129 Hutchins, Kay— 235 jcci, Ray— 154, 214 •soil, James— 163, 214 Nancy— 66, 116, 194 Jackson, , Donald— 154, 235 Jackson, , Edwin— 155, 235 Jackson, , Jerry— 225 Jackson, , Judy— 74, 194 Jackson, , Ka thy— 129, 235 Jackson, , Linda 235 Jarmon, Sally— 55, 60, 70, 224 Jarrett, James— 90 Jenkins, Lawrence— 215 Jennisor 1, Richard— 225 Johansen, Janie— 225 Johnson, Chorles— 155, 235 Johnson, David— 102, 158, 194 Johnson, Judith— 53 Johnson, Robert— 215 Johnson, Ronald— 194, 150 Johnson, Ronold W.— 71, 146, ' 235 Johnston, Gregory— 146, 235 Johnston, James— 215 Johnston, Judy— 136 Jokela, William— 75, 76, 215 Jones, Edith- 132, 215 Jones, Jeffery— 225 Jones, Janice — 194 Jones, Margaret— 58, 102, 125, 215 Jones, Mary Jo— 138 Jones, Priscillo- 73, 74, 225 Jones, Richard— 77, 225 Jones, Thomas Tod- 85, »7, 88, 146, 235 Jordan, Gail— 235 Jordan, June Hunter— 73, 74, 120, 225 Jorgenson, Terry — 225 Ned— 42, 71, 146, 194 Juli( Sherillc— 235 Justice, Peggy— 54, 120, 215 Kahle, William— 150, 215 Kane, Karen— 54, 64, 129, 138, 215 Kappler, Gory— 225 Korberg, Richard— 24, 49, 69, 67, 194 Korwick, Christopher— 150, 225 Kounitz, Peter— 163, 215 Keesling, Joe— 235 Kegley, Kofhy- 70, 59, 195 Keigley, Richard— 235 Keith, Robert— 61, 75, 76, 146, 195, 207 Keller, Max— 58, 215 Kelly, Terrence— 55, 225 Kennedy, Patrick— 150, 215 Kennedy, Terry Jo— 39, 81, 124, 235 Kentner, Kathy— 225 Kcrling, Betty— 195 Key, Nancy— 225 Kight, Anna— 18, 124, 225 Kilbride, Daniel— 215 Kimbler, Frieda- 195 Kimble, Robert— 147, 225 Kincaid, Ke -85 King, Clyde Pot- 147, 215 King, John— 235 King, Margaret Pot- 116, 235 Kirik, John— 75, 105, 158, 235 Kirk, William — 44, 54, 147, 215 Kirkpatrick, Grace— 73, 74, 235 Kirkpotrick, June— 215 Kisner, Paula— 75, 236 Kitson, Worth— 225 Kleinschmidt, Charles— 77, 236 Klock, Stephen— 236 Kluberg, Nancy— 132, 236 Kluge, John— 150, 236 Knopp, Richard F.— 60, 195, 236 Knight, Gwen 6, 129, 225 Knights, Bonnie— 60, 74, 133, 236 Knowles, Cloy— 87, 225 Kohn, Richard— 150, 236 Kraft, Linda— 195 Krause, Dorit— 225 Kressman, Joy — 133, 195 Kuntzleman, Carol— 236 tacer, Beth— 215 Lady, Carolyn- 102, 109, 117, 236 Loin, Charles— 155, 236 Lomb, George— 215 Landers, Joy — 42, 85, 155, 195, 206 Landers, Linda— 47, 59, 133, 225 Loney, Patricio- 225 Loney, Joel— 215 Lannes, Roman— 236, 58 Lonum, Jackie; 215 Lorsgard, Charlito— 81, 129, 236 LoSolle, Thomas— 103, 163, 215 Lothrop, Judy— 129, 236 Lovender, Patricio- 215 LoVoy, Davld 4, 48, 59, 64, 215 Lawrence, Michael- 225 Lawrie, Catherine- 236 Lay, Julie— 69, 195 Lea, James— 155, 195 Ledden, David- 51 Lee, A. D.— 55 Lee, Dennis— 195 Lee, Michael— 236 Lehlon, Jeni— 236 Lenox, Ellen— 195 Leonordson, Marsha- 196 Levy, Joel— 58, 215 Lewton, Sandra— 52, 65, 196 Libermon, Peter— 58 Liddy, Sandra— 129, 215 Linane, Gall— 196 Lingofeldt, Emmo— 236 Lingle, Don— 56, 73, 74, 196 Linzee, Thomas— 97, 98, 142, 236 Lippi, Linda- 196 Liplhrott, Charles— 54, 61, 71, 196, 207, 155 Littleiohn, Fred— 196, 150 Locke, Mory Beth— 52, 53, 60, 196 Lokey, Thomas— 163, 215 Lombard, Claudia — 56, 70, 196 Long, Evelyn Comille — 74, 196 Long, Terry — 215 Longbottom, Helen— 225 Lorenzo, Marcos— 58, 236 Lovdol, Sigurd- 236 e, Jo -215 Lovegren, Sven— 54, 55, 56, 77, 196, 208 Lozito, John— 75, 76, 215 Lozito, Mary— 129, 196 Lubbers, Barbara— 72, 75, 76, 225 Lucas, Ann— 161 Lucas, Sandra — 225 Lunsford, Bill — 150 197 Luiz, Susan— 197, 69 Lycan, May— 236 Lyie, Frances— 37, 62, 63, 66, 137, 138, 197, 208 Lynn, Cheryl— 129, 225 Lynn, Roy- 225 Lyon, Janet— 225 Mc McBryde, William— 151, 236 McConn, Kenwood McCartney, Gerry— 102, 197 McCorty, John— 75 McCord, Sandra — 68, 197 McCronie, Sandy— 102, 236 McCree, Margie — 117, 197 McCroskey, Lenora — 72, 74 McCullough, Topper— 147, 236 McDanlel, Phyllis— 54, 137, 216 McEniry, Mary— 54, 216 McGoffin, Joy- 197 McGee, John— 74, 63, 104, 225 McGee, Judy— 56, 197 McGinnls, Leonne- 18, 52, 54, 120, 216 McHargue, Glynis— 137, 225 Mcllvain, David— 100, 140, 142, 197 McKittrick, Doug— 151, 139, 216 McMilllon, Richard— 151, 197 McMorrow, Robert— 236 McOuaig, Dawson— 197 McRoe, Sharon — 46 McQueen, John— 158, 225 M Maas, Roger— 151, 216 Moebert, Bill— 55 MocForlond, Dove— 54, 59, 70, 216 MocGlll, Barbara- 137, 225 MocKendree, Ronald— 102, 158, 197 Moddock, Peter— 100, 236 Mollord, Mory Ann— 73, 74, 216 Mallard, Susnn— 73, 74, 236 Mann, Carol— 216 Manning, Laurie— 125, 236 Mansfield, Herbert— 67, 87, 85, 198 Marclal, Ferd— 142, 226 Marchinton, Linda— 216 Marks, Henry_226 Martin, Paul— 54, 57, 73, 147, 226 Mosciocchi, James— 236 Mason, Don— 75, 163, 216 Massing, Dale— 85, 158, 226 Mastry, Dennis— 236, 142 Mathers, Phyllis— 137, 236 Matthews, Dionne- 72, 198 Mathews, Turner— 155, 198 208 Mathews, Robert- 77, 198 Mothewson, Alice— 66, 73, 198 Mauldin, Gail— 73, 149, 198 Mayer, John— 85, 155, 216 Mayer, Richard- 147, 236 Maxek, Tawney— 236 Mozur, Jeanne— 109, 133, 226 Meadows, John— 198 Meadows, Linda— 216 Mechling, Joy— 237 Medrano, Geno- 69, 237 Meeker, Joyce — 216 Melton, Rondy— 226 Melton, Sandra— 75, 76, 120, 226 Menefee, Kotherine — 49, 75, 76 1 Merrlam, Robin — 237 Mlddleton, Solly- 73, 74 Meierstein, Gloria- 54, 117, 216 Mihm, Bunnie- 137, 198 Mikell, Dell— 70, 102, 107 198 Miles, Dottle- 237 Miller, John— 59 Miller, Helen— 59 Miller, Lance — 46, 163, 216 Miller, Marlon— 125, 237 Miller, Mary— 237 Miller, Raymond— 226 Millsops, Annico- 120, 226 Minor, Sandy— 59, 226 Mitchell, Barbara— 125, 226 Mitchell, Paul— 54, 55, 60, 198, 208 Mock, Williom— 55, 216 Moffat, Bonnie— 58, 226 Molnor, Diane— 120, 141, 198 Moman, Judy— 137, 237 Moncrieff, J. Scott— 147, 237 Monson, Carl— 70, 199 Montero, Miriam- 237 Moore, Carole — 49, 53, 75, 76 Moore, Margaret — 226 Moore, William— 63, 65, 104, 216 Moorman, Marion— 85, 87, 139, 163, 216 Moron, Liz— 63, 66, 60 216 More, Jose— 237 Morgan, David— 72, 237 Morgan, Dorothy— 102, 226 Morgan, Helen— 129, 237 Morris, Annette— 65, 216 Morris, Douglas— 73, 74, 237 Morris, Kitty— 237 Morris, Cindy— 129, 226 Morris, Mary— 59, 237 Morris, Pot— 53 Morris, William- 51, 155, 237 Morris, William C— 199 Morrow, Florence— 129, 216 Morsicoto, James— 226 Morten, Marllyn_237 Mull in, Geoffry— 237 Mulllniks, Gwen— 117, 226 Mulllns, Borbaro — 47, 58, 226 Mulllns, Suzanne— 63, 66, 145, 120, 199 Mulock, Edwin- 64, 139, 155, 216 Mundrlck, Dan— 66, 199 Murphey, Edwlnno- 52, 63, 65, 68, 62, 117, 199, 208 Murphy, John— 216 Murray, Jane — 216 Murray, Melville— 1 63, 216 Muse, Robert— 67, 226 Myers, Fred— 216 Myers, Wonda- 199 Noll, Becky— 74, 120, 237 Nopoli, Dominic — 216 Napoll, Eugene— 237 Nosh, Anno- 72, 226 Nathan, Ann— 137, 138, 226 Nowolka, Laura— 137, 226 Neol, David— 216 Peter— 142, 199 Ne -54 -237 Nelson, Roberta— 52, 125, 46, 68, 199 Nelson, Sanford— 158, 226 Nelson, Bill- 147, 216 Nemec, Ruth— 237 Nettles, Dickie— 121, 237 Neubeck, Peggy— 237 Newman, Allen — 49, 67, 69, 199 Newton, Marion— 216 Newton, Sandra — 117, 199 Nichols, Margaret— 217 Nicholson, Julio- 73 Nimnicht, Randy— 226 Ninow, Penny 7, 60, 66, 70, 75, 133, 226 Niswonger, Patti— 117, 199 Nordon, Page— 73, 74 Norris, Billy— 217 Norton, Diana— 18, 75, 133, 226 Nunez, Jill- 68, 226 Nun Richard- 226 270 Nunley, Joy- 75, 76, 199 Oddo, Chris— 58, 217 Oglesby, Rob— 147, 226 Olsavsky, Mike— 75, 76 Olln, Lawrence— 69, 237 Ollva, Roberto — 58, 237 O ' Quinn, John— 237 Orians, Margarel— 1 17, 226 om, Gary — 48, 217 :n, Tim— 151, 226 ley, Carol— 117, 217 Podgetl, Phillip— 69, 237 Page, Cory- 226 Pain, Carllon— 237 Palmer, Charles— 226 Porker, James— 227 Parker, Joyce— 237 Parks, Sharon— 237 Parrish, Russell— 143. 237 Porrot, Thomas— 69, 77, 237 Parsons, Richard— 75 Parsons, Sandra— 70, 217 Paschal, Bob— 85, 91, 95, 158, 200 Patterson, Ian— 54, 106, 155, 227 Pattinson, Jeff— 155, 217 Paulk, Pot- 64 Payne, Ann— 200 Payne, Randall— 55, 56, 217 Peacock, Ron— 51, 54, 64, 77, 80, 106 Peabody, Penny— 66 Pehle, Richard— 227 Penny, James— 77 Peek, Joseph— 200 Pendleton, Glenn— 237 Perry, John— 55, 73 Perkins, Frank— 200 Peters, Tom— 67, 217 Peterson, Danny— 147, 200 Peterson, Stephen— 102, 106, 163, 227 Pettigrew, Luonne- 121, 227 Pfoller, R,ta— 75 Phillips, Louis— 49, 69, 200 Phillips, Rebecca— 47, 117, 238 Phillips, Robert— 155, 238 Phillips, Thomas— 238 Pickering, Richard— 151, 200 Pickering, Roy— 238 Pickens, William— 91, 155, 217 Pickering, John— 42, 67, 75, 200 Pierce, Larry— 139, 147, 227 Pierson, Roger— 159, 238 Pike, Rochoel— 238 Pipher, Thomas— 59, 238 Plumer, Jane— 125, 238 Pond, Richard— 227 Poppe, Carol— 117, 227 Porterfield, Sally— 238 Potter, Harriet— 75, 76 Powe, Mildred— 59. 227 Powell, Jomes— 55, 73, 238 Pozdena, Gwen— 133, 238 irry- 238 Prichard, Mary— 121, 238 Priddy, Linda— 57, 73, 74, 117, 227 Pries, Nancy— 53 Prince, Thomos— 151, 238 Pritchard, Susan— 56, 47, 74, 200 Prooty, Verno- 137, 238 Pugh, David— 238 Pullen, Mildred— 129, 217 Purdue, Sue— 22 Puterbough, Robe-t— 227 Pye, Morybeth— 72, 76 Pylkos, Nino- 238 Rams, Brenda— 125, 200 Rand, Stanley— 159, 233 Rosco, Russell— 55, 56, 147, 201 Rotnoff, Bonnie— 200 Ron Clorc -238 Raynol, Marilyn— 44, 54, 102, 100, 12 1, 107, 217 Reasoner, Victor— 58 Reed, Donna— 238 Reed, Judith— 72, 73 Reese, Robert— 99 Reid, Barry— 55, 201 Reid, Jerry— 143, 238 Renfroe, Robert— 58, 72 Rey, Suzi— 238 Reynolds, Robert -151, 217 Rhode, LeRoy— 77, 81 Rhoodes, Shirrcl_47 Richards, Laurel— 238 Richards, Juliet— 73, 121, 227 Richter, James— 77, 87, 227 Riddle, Scott— 159, 227 Riden, Tom— 51, 143, 217 Riffle, Al— 143, 201 Rigano, Richard— 217 Rikard, Evelyn— 52, 227 Ritchie, Dennis— 163, 227 Micha -238 Roach, Jim— 159, 217 Robb, Carol— 46, 49, 50, 54, 64, 117, 217 Robbins, Fred— 227 Roberts, Leighan— 52, 138 Roberts, Jon— 77, 163, 238 Roberts, Marshall— 238 Robin, Martha— 227 Robinson, Billie— 129, 238 Robinson, Jackie— 73 Robinson, Morcio- 121, 227 Roche, Betty— 201 Rodelli, Mel— 21, 51, 139, 148, 11 201 jez, Joaquin— 58, 238 Anne— 54, 217 Charles— 74 Judith— 53, 117, 227 Linda— 227 Liz— 69 Rogers, Sharon— 217 olet— 217 „, Henry— 77, 143, 238 ielle, David— 227 -201 Roge Roge Roge Roge Roge Rothery, Wayne Roux, Robert— 143, 217 Ruggiero, John— 143, 201 Ruton, Carol— 72, 75, 76, 121 Russok, Jan— 66, 201 Rulledge, Elaine— 76, 81, 121 Rybolt, Arlen— 59, 238 Ryer, Nancy— 238 Soori, Barbara— 238 Salter, Phelps— 147, 227 Sanchez, Sergio— 98, 238 Sanders, Eddie— 151, 217 Sanders, Morjorie— 75, 238 Sopp, Kathleen P.— 227 Sosser, Faith— 125, 201 Soutner, John J.— 217 Savage, Neil- 159, 201 Sawyer, Diane— 133, 227 Schoefer, Lynn— 125, 239 Schaefer, Richord- l 59, 201 Schovel, Robert— 75 Schibonoff, Virginia— 70, 133, 217 Schiess, Juonita— 239 Schlenker, Eric- 85, 87, 143, 239 Schlusemeyer, Robert— 143 Schneider, Alice— 71, 239 Schneider, William— 51, 147, 227 Schoder, Anthony— 159, 201 Schrage, Lawrence— 239 Schumon, El izobeth- 1 33, 227 Schwartz, John— 217 Schwartz, Patricio- 1 25, 239 Scoggins, Joseph — 55 Scott, Julie— 58, 217 Scrimshaw, Connie— 227 Scudder, Henry— 227 Seaman, Judith— 239 Selmon, Rite- 121, 227 Senna, Larry— 163, 217 Sennholtz, Arthur- 75 Seymour, Robert- 151, 218 Shaffer, Jean— 239 Shapiro, Robert— 102, 143 Shaw, Sue Ann— 137, 202 Shearer, Carol— 117, 239 Shelton, Barbara- 75, 76, 239 Shellon, Frank— 91, 92, 155, 218 Shelton, William— 202 Sherard, Sam— 202 Shippey, Sandra— 59, 102, 227 Shirley, Sandy— 239 Shore, Carol Clark— 62, 66, 188, 209 Shubella, Joan— 47, 76, 218 Shucharl, Mary— 121, 239 Shuford, Richard— 147, 228 Simmons, Gerald— 55 Simpson, Gary- 55, 99, 239 Single , Theresa— 52, 129, 218 Skellon, Dennis— 86, 87 Skidmore, Daniel— 87, 228 Sloton, Martha — 42, 129, 228 Sloan, Diane— 239 Smalley, Daniel— 147, 239 Smortt, James— 143, 239 Smedley, Susan— 129, 228 Smith, Dorlene- 239 Smith, David— 159, 202 Smith, David F.— 87, 89, 151, 239 Smith, Froncene — 44, 54, 121, 218 Smith, Harriett A.— 68, 202 Smith, Jon- 77 Smith, Joyce— 73, 74, 228 Smith, Lorry- 163, 218 Smith, Margaret — 239 Smith, Margaret L— 75, 121, 239 Smith, Nancy— 228 Smith, Peter— 155, 239 Smith, Raymond— 24, 63, 67, 155, 184, 202, 209 Smith, Robert— 77, 81, 202 Smith, Sandra— 72, 74, 133, 138, 218 Sneider, Paul— 159, 239 etsey— 109 -239 Snow, Pot— 71, 125, 218 Snowden, Robert— 64, 155, 218 Snyder, Howard T.— 239 Solomon, Ronald— 151, 228 Soule, Gardner— 147, 228 Sparks, Jock— 85, 91, 159, 202 Speicher, Jacob— 159, 239 Spitler, David— 58, 72, 239 Spivey, Barry— 147, 239 Spivey, Butch — 42, 74, 147, 202, 209 Spoon, Lorry- 85 Sproul, Claire — 239 Squire, Raymond— 139, 160, 163, 202 Stacey, Elizabeth— 121 , 239 Stacy, Dove— 50, 151, 202 Stafford, Stephen— 202 Stonfield, Elizabeth— 117, 239 Stanley, Eleanor— 117, 239 Stopleton, Robert— 155, 239 " Stark, William— 77, 80, 151, 218 Storkey, Peggy— 73, 74, 228 Stecker, Carolyn— 69 Steele, Kenneth— 55, 73, Ti,, 228 Stevens, Caroline— 73, 218 Stephens, Anne— 53, 121, 73, 228 Stephens, Tommy— 240 Stevens, James— 151, 228 Stevens, Thomas— 143 Stinson, Marilyn — 73 Slinson, Solly- 72 Stokes, Randell— 87, 159, 218 Stone, Billy— 228 Slott, Norman— 151, 218 Strauss, Marilyn— 218 Strawn, Elden— 55, 203 Strickland, Diane— 69, 84, 121, 203 Strock, Ivcy— 73 Sludier, Gerald— 67, 75, 139, 143, 218 Suchcr, Doug— 22, 42, 44, 50, 81, 203, -209 Sullivan, Ann— 228 Surrency, Elaine— 117, 240 Svikhort, Brion— 218 Swallows, Mary— 65, 68, 69, 70, 203 Swonson, Judy— 53, 107, 125, 228 Swayne, William— 147, 240 Swinney, Betlinno- 71, 218 Swope, Ann— 121, 228 Toft, Eugene— 143, 203 Tascher, Mary— 228 Taylor, Carol— 58, 69 Taylor, Charlotte— 121 , 228 Taylor, Dorothy— 228 Taylor, Margaret— 240 ell, De -n Terrell, Jim— 21, 61, 79, 80, 156, 1 184, 203, 209 Thorp, Dorothy— 74, 102, 129, 240 Thayer, Joel— 60, 218 Thuyer, Sue— 240 Thomas, Kathy— 76, 240 Thomas, Randall— 163, 203 Orville— 218 Pot— 218 Thompson, James E.— 75, 76, 155, Thompson, John— 151, 240 Thompson, Tim— 139, 147, 228 Thompson, Yvonne — 53, 125, 228 Thornton, Tom— 73, 74, 218 Tice, Stephon- 75, 151, 240 Tiffany, Jo— 74, 240 Tilton, Joan— 218 Tippett, Glenna— 72, 203 Tokicdo, Marion— 59, 240 Topaz, Gerri— 240 Torres, Louro- 137, 240 Toth, Andrea— 228 Towie, Carolyn— 240 Townscnd, George — 240 Trout, Richard- 106, 155, 228 Troxcl, Theodore— 159, 240 Tsukono, Leilani— 240 Tubb, Joan— 240 Tubbs, Carolyn— 137, 240 Tucker, Dove— 87, 218 Tucker, Thomas— 58, 218 Tunnell, Doris— 240 Tunnell, Gene — 75, 76, 218 Turner, Betty K.— 52 Turner, John— 219 Tussing, Lewis — 48, 219 Tutt, Donold— 147, 240 Tyson, Gory- 155, 228 Tyson, Peter— 151, 240 Ulock, Dick— 67, 139, 143, 203 Umbaugh, Sandra— 133, 219 Upshow, Mary— 240 Uttrup, June— 219 Vail, Arlene— 133, 228 Vanderwol, Carole— 75, 219 Vann, Judy— 240 Vann, Pat— 133, 240 Vornodoe, Mary Lou— 125, 228 Vomer, Borbara— 73, 74, 240 Vega, Ramon— 58, 240 Vick, Bingham— 54, 57, 73, 74, 155, 228 Vidano, Gaston— 58, 240 , Kate— 219 Vincent, Jerry— 60 w Wocksmuth, Kay 53, 125. 228 Wagner, Skip— 85, 163, 219 Walker, Chip— 241 Walker, Cloudine— 54, 68, 121, 203 Walker, Nisa— 68, 219, 241 Walker, William— 241 Walker, William R.— 77 Wall, Denise— 54, 85, 65, 100, 109, 137, 219 Woll, Richard— 73, 74 Wallace, Stanley— 51, 103, 159, 229 Wolther, Bob- 147, 241 Walton, Karen— 219 Wands, Nancy— 133, 229 Ward, Brendo— 137, 229 Word, Hampton— 143, 203 Word, Terri Sue— 229 Warner, Kerry— 241 Worthen, Kotherine- 137, 241 Woters, Onetio— 73, 74, 229 Waters, Vernon— 90, 91, 92, 147, 204 Wotkins, Mike— 159, 219 Watson, Beth- 73, 133, 229 Watts, Charles— 60, 241 Weber, Ronald— 76, 241 Weed, Judith- 219 Weipper t, David— 229 Welch, Barbara— 241 Wells, Phil— 159, 229 Wells, Robert— 77, 219 Went, Susan- 241 Wenlz, Brenda— 73 Wert, Dorlis— 241 West, Franklin— 155, 204 Westberry, Michael— 204 Wheeler, Kotherine- 229 Wheeler, Sherry— 59, 63, 219 Whelon, Elizabeth— 133, 229 Westberry, Olive— 52, 66, 204 White, Dudley— 229 White, Gene— 85, 87, 89, 139, 159, 229 While, Peggy— 53, 77, 81, 84, 121, 229 Whiteside, Custer- 59, 95, 229 Whitley, Horry— 65, 73, 74, 204 Whitlock, Ann— 72, 73, 74, 117, 229 Whittenburg, Corolyn- 73 Whittington, Helen— 124, 219 Wick, Elizabeth— 60, 64, 121, 219 Wicker, Jo Ell -229 Wiegand, John— 163, 229 Wielond, William— 229 Wiggens, Williams— 74, 241 Wilkerson, Steve— 155, 241 Wilkins, Grovcr— 73, 74, 77, 159, 219 Wilkins jn. Ken— 163, 229 Williorr IS, Anita— 121, 241 William s, Eileen Liplhrott 2, 137 204 William s, Gwynn -125, 219 William s. Jack— 87, 88, 229 William s, Karen— 66, 219 William IS, Lloyd— 155, 204 William ,s, Niles— 151, 204 William IS, Randall— 155, 219 William ,s, Terry— 229 William ison, Mary Jo— 219 Wilson, Beverly— 53, 65, 117, 204 Wilson, Carol— 53, 70, 204 Wilson, Koy— 66, 125, 219 Wilson, Margaret— 204 Wilson, Mary Alice— 60, 74, 241 Wilson, Mary G.— 241 Wilson, Tyree— 151, 204 Wimberly, Jimmie Mae— 117, 205 Wingote, Judith— 125, 229 Winn, Penny— 73, 74, 241 Wirsing, June— 70, 129, 219 Woernle, Ronald— 241 Wolf, Elizabeth— 72, 74, 205 Wood, Helen— 70, 205 Wood, Pat— 121, 241 Wood, Robert— 205 Wood, Shirley— 241 Wood, Stan— 205 Woodbery, Martha— 125, 205 Woofter, Linda— 44, 75, 229 A ' oolen, Shirley— 73, 76, 241 Wright, Barbara— 229 Wright, Bonnita— 241 Wright, Judith— 121, 241 Wright, Rebecca— 241 Wright, Robert- 229 Wright, William— 75 Yaeger, James— 91, 95, 159, 229 Yokots, Nancy— 129, 241 Yetter, Mary— 71 , 219 York, Fred— 241 Youcum Youn Kar( -241 —205 Young, Beverly— 121, 205 Young, Tina— 117, 229 Young, Judith— 59, 71, 229 Youngerman, Ralph— 86, 87, 205 Youngermon, Linda— 137 Yount, Ken— 75, 76 Zehner, Clayton— 151, 241 Zimmerman, Bonnie— 133, 205 Zupsich, Marilyn — 66, 108, 241 271 Editor ' s Epilogue The end ... at last! A long, hard pull— then finally, victory. These phrases describe the feelings of both the editor and the staff as the 1964 Hatter goes to press. It was a difficult journey for all— keeping many up all night, before deadlines, causing many gray hairs and fostering mass trauma in the minds of the editors as a picture is discovered missing five minutes before the copy sheets are sent to Dallas. Yet we made it, unbe- lieveable as it sounds, through all deadlines to a completed book. The term " we " is very appropriate, for the Hatter had a forty member staff which func- tioned relatively efficiently. They were faith- ful and shouldered responsibility and many thanks are due them. Photographers, of course, are irreplaceable. Thanks go to Neil Carlson, Shirrel Rhoades, and Phil Wells for their paHence and helpful- ness throughout the year. Shirrel was of special value, for he took all of the color pictures and advised the staff concerning photographic matters time and time again. The staff has been well-advised this past year; Ron Binns and Lon Watters, representa- tives of Taylor Publishing Company, have been invaluable in their knowledge of year- books and yearbook standards. Dr. Ethel Col- brunn of the Stetson English Department has served as faculty adviser and Dean Etter Turner has also assisted the staff in many ways. Many others have given us advice and we appreciate those who have shown sincere concern for our journalistic effort. This will appear on the last page of the 1964 HATTER which, I hope in some way, presents a picture of life on the Stetson campus. By picturing the many faces of Stetson people and buildings, we can portray what Stetson is like, day by day. This has been our goal throughout the year; it is up to you to decide if we have succeeded. TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY 272 mps r - rr-- llttW jH HJI pn InVe H 1 » l l ' Bii ' n W aBi UHhI ! M Si " - a n! mEi« h ■ r-jfS f% H


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