Stetson University - Hatter Yearbook (DeLand, FL)

 - Class of 1975

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Mad Hatter ' 75 The following nonsense has been quoted from Lewis StctSOll XJlllVerSlty, Dcland, Florida Carroll ' s extraordinary fantasies — Mice In Wonderland ' ' and Through the Looking Glass. " ' Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to walk from here? ' That dejjends a good deal on where ou want lo get to, ' said the Cat. ■| don ' t care where. ' Then it doesn ' t matter which way you walk, ' said the Cat. ' — so long as I get somewhere, ' ' Oh vou ' re sure to do that, ' said the Cat, ' if you only walk long enough! ' " " ' But I don ' t want to go among mad people, ' Alice remarked. ' Oh you can ' t help that, ' said the Cat; ' we ' re all mad here. I ' m mad. You ' re mad. ' ' How do you know I ' m mad? ' said Alice. ' You must be, ' said the Cat, ' or you wouldn ' t have come here. ' " CARLTON STUDENT UNION " ' I can ' t tell you just now what the moral of that is, but I shall remember it in a bit. ' " " " There they lay sprawling about, reminding her very much of a globe of gold fish she had accidentiv upset the week before. " " " " ' I think I should under- stand that better, if I had it written down; but I can ' t quite follow it as you say it. ' " " ' Who are you? ' said the Caterpiller. ' I I hardly know, sir, just at present — at least I know who I was when I got up this morning, but I think I must have been changed several times since then. ' " 10 Left to right, Becky McCarthy, Robin Cort, Linda Antczak 11 Edward Adamczyk 12 13 14 " How can you learn Leeeotib in here ' ; ' Wh) , there ' s hardly room for you and no room at all for any leseon Looks I ' ' Debbie Campbell Linda Edwards Liza Dorfman 16 " If an} ' one of them can explain it, " ' . . . " I ' ll give him six pense . . . " Scott Ericson 17 " ' The night is fine, ' the walrus said, ' Do you admire the Leslie Fox £ jj ii.i- . - 4f 4 18 Gary Fretwell 19 Carol Jean Griffis 20 " ' But what am to do? ' said A I ire. ' Anything you like. ' said the footman. " John Gregory. Cyrus Schoonmaker HI 21 " I ' ve had nothing yet, " Alice replied in an offended tone, " so I can ' t take more. " " You mean, you can ' t take less, " said the Hatter; " It ' s very easy to take more than nothing. " 22 L to r, Susan Hopp, Katn ryn Klim, Brenda Zago rac, Anne Hudson 23 c " c ? M Aii v .vA - jV.V4 « v " I am older than vou, and must know better . . . " Jackie Johnson ML. Sj, e f - 1. ' ii 1 " ' J Andy Hangarter 24 25 lA J ' wm M " 26 27 Donna and Rick Medlin 28 Neale Montgomery " You ' re enough to tr) the patience of an oyster! " -.- . Craig Murray, David Zele 29 Melissa Peterman 30 •?;■■ Harry Parsell Fran Peters Nancy Pekoe David Phelps 31 32 " That ' s nolhin i l j «lial I could sav if I chose. ' John Scheurer 33 " Are you animal — or vegetable or mineral? " 34 Rayeann Sherrill 35 36 udia Ternlund 37 James S. Walls 38 " And now, who am I? I will, if I ran! I ' flelermined to do it! " 39 " ' I wish you wouldn ' t squeeze so, ' said the Dormouse ... ' I can hardly breathe. ' " 40 " ' I could lell you my adventures — beginning from this morninf. ' , but it ' s no use going back to yesterday, because I was a different person then. ' " " ' It ' s a plan of my own invention. You may try it if you like. 42 " It sounded an excellent plan, no douljl, and very neatly and simply arranged; the only diffieulty was that she had not the smallest idea how to set ahoul il. " " Rule Forty-two. All persons more than a mile high to leave the court. " Shawn Keegan, Joe Leo 43 " ' Really, now you ask me, ' said Alice, very much confused, ' I don ' t think — ' " Then you shouldn ' t talk, ' said the Hatter. " L to r, David Graves, Sue McBride Ray Sepe, Becky Wilson 44 " ' Where do you come from? ' . . . ' And where are you going? Look up, speak nicely, and don ' t twiddle your fingers all the time. ' " 45 " And besides, what would be the use of a procession. " David Tucker, Audrey Trieste " ' Oh, there ' s no use in talking to him! ' said Alice desperately; ' he ' s perfectly " ' . . . She means well, but she can ' t help foolish things, as a general rule. ' " Dr. Lycan 46 L to r, Cheryl Smith. Cathie Mitsch, Marianne Tibbets, Candy Jacobs, Mary Barry, Max " The Cat only grinned when it saw Alice. It looked good-natured, she thought; still it had very long claws and a great many teeth, so she felt it ought to be treated with respect. " 47 48 " ' You ' re thinking about something, my dear, and that makes you forget to talk. ' " Carol Byrd 50 ■■■, ' . ' j ' € ? iP t; 1 t ' k 1 ii wflt Pi 1 1 -. v 1 r . ' ' . . . Then she walked down the hltle passage and th n — she found herself at last in the beautiful garden, among the bright flower beds and the fool fountains. " iT ' fir Beth Daniels Sally Bartlett 51 L to r, Mrs. Johns, Dr Johns, Denise Peddi- oord 52 " ' I ' ve tried every way, and nothing seems to suit them. ' " L to r, Terry Saunders, Craig Wilkins, Bruce Grawert, Brian Fitz gerald, Mike Wiggs 53 " The best way to explain it . . . L to r, Kennie McKown, Sue Bankauf, Marylou Sinclair, Jo Davidsmeyer, Pam Kosiow L to r, Mark Lo- gan, Louis WoUson III, Trip Groves . is to do it. ' Lydia Swanson Kim Willson 55 L to r, Debbie Peat, Lyndsay Bia- throw, Laurie Nar- done 191 TjIP iB W ' yW R. K HM Cj 1 p 1 IB H M SyE HJ H gl jj L to r, Sue Canning, Zee Zablocki, Vivanne Lorette de Mola 57 " ' I only took the regular course. ' ' What was that? ' inquired Alice. ' Reeling and Writhing of course, to begin with, ' the Mock Turtle replied, ' and then the different branches of Arithmetic-Ambition, Distraction, Uglification, and De- Jonathan Levine 58 Donna Milanovich Jerry Scallan " ' What else had you to learn? ' ' Well, there was Mystery, ' the Mock Turtle replied, counting off the subjects on his flappers — ' Mystery, ancient and mod- ern, with seaography; then Drawling — the Drawling mas- ter was an old conger eel, that used to come once a week; he taught us Drawling, stretching and fainting in Coils. ' " Ingrld Appel " Never imagine yourself not to be otherwise than what it might ap- pear to other that what you were or might have been was not other wise than what you had been would or might have been was not other- L to r, Mike Scott, Bob Murphy, John Malgeri " ' Suppose it should be raving mad, | after all . I almost wish I ' d gone to see ' j the Hatter instead! ' " f " . . . if it was so, it might be and if it were so, it would be; but as it isn ' t, it ain ' t. That ' s logic. " Dr. Brady John Malgeri 60 " ' You look a little shy ; let me introduce you to that lep of mutton, . . . Alice — Mut- ton; Mutton — • Alice. ' " " ' If everybody minded their own business, ' said the Duchess in a hoarse growl, ' The world would go round a deal faster than it does. ' " 62 STETSON UNIVERSITY DELAND, FLORIDA 32720 ' ' AUL W MERRING JJ LOPATCOMG ST Jl-LVIDLRl. NJ 07823 i L .NO. ' j67492 BOX 09 IrNTH DATil Ob Ol ; . ' y?y?x ■ " ' I wonder what ' ll become of my name when I go in? I shouldn ' t like to lose it at all — because they ' d have to fiive me another, and it would be almost certain to be an ugly one. ' " Rick Frisbee Bisbee 63 A(f ' Laurie Nardone MATCH TO " THE COVER: Alice t Dr. Brady Dean Chauvin Dr. Coolidge ' Mr. Edmondson Dean Furlong » r. Glamser • Dr. Johns K Dr. Joiner v ' pean Langston )r. Ludvigh ' Gary Meadows Mad Hatter Dr. Minter orris aymond ean Turner rs. Shearon . ., Dean Walls ; Perry White ■ 1 Coach Wilkes Elizabeth Webb Liz Hardening Suzi Gwynn ' Begin at the beginning, ' the king said gravely, ' and go on till you rome to l fi end: then stop. ' "


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