COONSELING CENTER Stetson Universil TABLE of CONTENTS OPENING 1 STUDENT LIFE 12 SPORTS 52 GREEKS 82 ORGANIZATIONS 100 CLASSES 128 FACULTY 174 PHOTOGRAPHED BY; DON MILLER ' f®?h THE NEXT HUNDRED YEARS — 1984 HATTER — Stetson University DeLand,vFloricia 32720 Volum tXIII The Next Hundred Years It starts At a time called birth And continues Till a time called death It is called Life It comes with no guarantees " Of 100 years or 100 thousand miles whichever comes first. " And somehow They ' ve even left the instructions out Yes, all we get Is Life itself And it ' s up to us To do the Living THE NEXT HUNDRED YEARS — 1984 HATTER — LEFT: Latriva patiently awaits the volleyball. RIGHT: " Is that a baby in the test tube? " r - ' - .» " Being aware of the challenge of the present world which is charac- terized by such rapid and funda- mental change that the term " future shock " is accepted. The purpose of a long-range plan- ning process was two-fold. First, to force the University to examine its strengths and weaknesses and sec- ond, to produce a long-range plan that would carry the University boldly into its second 100 years. " TOP: Computers are becoming more and more popular, even in the Library. CENTER LEFT: Bill Copper attempts to en- force the law?? CENTER RIGHT: Cathy gets psyched to go to class. BOTTOM: The Mollis family proudly looks at the plaque dedicated in honor of Mrs. Nina B. Mollis. THE NEXT HUNDRED YEARS — 1984 HATTER — TOP LEFT: Josie loves to take a break and play some ping pong. TOP RIGHT: " The Schostikovich, again?! " CENTER LEFT: Air Supply in Concert. CENTER RIGHT: There ' s nothing like tak- ing advantage of the sunny Florida weather. BOTTOM: Here ' s a look at the new Hollis Hall. " Though one hundred years is not a long time in the Hfe of great uni- versities, neither is Stetson a young institution. It must set high goals and clear objectives and be grilling to take the risks to reach them. " In planning for its next 100 years, the University should preserve and foster its reputation and tradition consistent with its charter and statement of purpose. " LEFT: Girl ' s Soccer — a new part of the next hundred years. RIGHT; Kevin Hendrix really gets a kick out of Soccer. THE NEXT HUNDRED YEARS — 1984 HATTER — TOP LEFT: " Hey, school isn ' t so bad! " TOP RIGHT: Sorority Rush goes on — rain or shine. CENTER: " That looks like a good movie. " BOTTOM: Professors stretch for the point. ' T " Man now has the abihty to hve in space; he has the capability to destroy all life on our planet; and he is at the brink of untold developments in ge- netic engineering as well as in the pro- duction of artificial intelligence. If mankind is to survive with any kind of satisfactory life, he must come to terms with these new developments quickly. " THE NEXT HUNDRED YEARS — 1984 HATTER — " What about the future of Stet- son? One thing is certain — our trustees and facuhy must be able and willing to adjust to the un- known changes that will surely face the university in the decades ahead. But I hope that some things about Stetson will not change during the next one hundred years. I hope that Stetson can still remain a small, dis- tinctly Christian, community of de- vout scholars, including a group of carefully selected students and teachers still searching for truth — Pro Deo et Veritate — and doing this without any interference by any governmental or ecclesiastical au- thority. " Convocation Address September 7, 1983 Dr. Pope A. Duncan TOP: Linda and Jaime are just " swinging " around. LEFT: Ron, Tami, and Betsy keep an eye on things. BOTTOM: Another discovery is in prog- ress. THE NEXT HUNDRED YEARS — 1984 HATTER — BOTTOM; The Zetas and the Pikes win the participation Award at Sports Night. 11 Student Life is many things to many peo- ple: late night studying and morning groggi- ness; parking tickets and fire drills; blind dates and broken romances; fraternity parties and watching television; quiet moments and special friends. LEFT: Caren Merritt finds a quiet place to study. TOP: Chaudoin residents take a break to watch a pa- rade on Woodland Boulevard. RIGHT: What a place to study! M THE NEXT HUNDRED YEARS — 1984 HATTER — Students Are Introduced To Greek Life During USH TOP LEFT: Bid Day is emotional for some. TOP; Panhellenic Spirit at its finest. BOTTOM: Pi Phi ' s Julie and Debbie are happy about their new pledges. Opposite page; TOP; Zetas perform a skit at their Rush party BOTTOM LEFT: Two new Tri-Delta pledges. BOTTOM RIGHT; Tri-Deltas are excited for the coming year 14 ' ' ' ' ' ' . ' Oj The month of September was allow Rushees to become ac- brothers or sisters. Through these filled with the activities of Rush, quainted with Greek Life. Rush introductions lasting friendships The individual sororities and fra- culminated with Bid Day, when were formed, ternities hosted many parties to pledges were introduced to their REENFEATHER The month of October was highhghted by the activities of Greenfeather. These included the Fund-run, " Mr. Beauty, " the Rock- a-thon, the Pool Tournament, the Greenfeather Follies, and the Olympics. The week culminated on Friday evening with the tre- mendously successful Green- feather Carnival, due to the plan- ning and hard work of the organi- zations and the planning committees. The " Mr. Beauty " Contest gave us a sample of the " better " life. We saw demonstrations of rare talent and ex- quisite beauty. 18 — Greenfeather We saw young men do things that they would not ordinarily do all for the sake of charity. All of the contes- tants deserve Congrats!! JB Greenfeather — 19 During the month of No- vember the intramural compe- tition centered around out- door sports with both men and women participating. 20 — Student Life Intramurals Each person had the oppor- tunity to participate for his or her favorite team or to just be one of the many people who cheered. Intramurals Student Life — 21 Whatever you chose to do, everyone who went to observe the athletic competitions came away with a sense of unity and pride in the intramural pro- Right: I just cannot imagine what we shall try next. Do you know? Below: Concentration. That is the key! fv1 «1! 22 — Student Life Intramusals gram here at Stetson Universi- ty. To those who participated or just supported it, we take our hats off to you! . SS: J " " " Below: You know when the going gets tough the tough get going, why here ' s walking proof! ;iK inlrauiiurais ' ■ ient Life — 23 Students Experience Friendly Competition Through Above: Mens Volleyball Right: What Concentration !!! NTRAMURALS 24 — Intramurals Throughout the year Stetson students can find a release of their tensions by competition in the various intramurals. They are encouraged to participate in football, racquetball, tennis, bas- ketball, swimming, soccer, and track. Each organization spon- soring a team receives points for participation and v inning. At the end of the year awards are given to the organizations with the most point. Left: What Skill !!!!! Above: Let ' s get into it !!!!! Intramurals — 25 Stetson University hosts Training Camp for the P HILADELPHIA STARS 26— Student Life Philadelphia Stars Wv- thx 1 , - s Li -TtSP f Sp ' ?,» v. mmtm t ' lfl »«■ ' ■■■ During Winter Term, the Phila- cilities to train and prepare for The Stars ' created a sense of delphia Stars based their training their upcoming season. Al- pride in Stetson among the stu- camp here on Stetson Campus, though the Stars ' presence was dents. They resided in the University feh by all, it did not hinder the Inn and used the university fa- activities of the Stetson students. " • ii " i» — ' ■T r-m ' h Students learn to be responsible adults through TUDIES -Student Life All through the year we find that most students do some sort of studying that will help them in their classes. From science labs, extra study sessions to reading out on the Hat Rack Patio, every- one has his or her own methods. Within these photos we will try to show you the various ways we all spend our study time. Wheth- er it be used wisely or wasted, we all study. Student Life- students gather for the Annual ULE LOG BURNING H 30— Student Life Yule Log During the month of Decem- ber, the students were busy with many different activities and events. Among these was the Yule Log Lighting Ceremony. This annual event was held at the base of Hulley Tower. Each person was given a candle to hold while the lights were extin- guished. As part of the service, the chimes of Hulley Tower were sounded and the Stetson Univer- sity Brass Choir performed Christmas Carols at the foot of the library doors. stetson finds culture with M USIC AND THEATRE 32— Music and Theatre Student Life Music and Theatre play a ma- jor role in the student life of Stet- son University. Not only does it give the students an opportunity to hear various concerts and see numerous plays, it gives them the chance to become involved in each of these programs. Stu- dents are encouraged to audition for the roles in various plays and to participate in the programs that the music school provides. Top Left: Mr. Paul Phillips conducts the University Orchestra and Choral Union in a PETROS rehearsal. Top Right: " The Glass Menagerie " was a popular production of Stover Theatre. Student Life Music and Theatre — 33 Students form lasting friendships through ESIDENTIAL LIFE 34 — Residential Life One of the major aspects of ing on campus, surrounded by College is Residential Life. For other students facing similar incoming freshmen, college was problems, was a major help in a series of new experiences. Liv- adjusting to this new life. For all students residential life provided opportunities to make new friends and join in hall activities. Bottom left: Stetson Residents? Above: You guys, I think we ' re lost!!!! An empty hall?? Impossi- ble!!!! Residential Life — 35 After a hard Fall semester, students look forward to Above: Mr. Beauty attracted a large crowd. Top Right: The Art Show was a huge success. Bottom Right: Stetson held its first Hatter Sports Night. AMPUS ACTIVITIES UNlvtnoiii 36 — Student Life Campus Activities Throughout the year, students find themselves with some free time. What they do with this time varies. From staying on campus to going out for a night on the town, they all find some way to relax and have a good time. Everyone has his or her own way and within the con- fines of these two pages we will try to help you visualize what your fellow students do to hang out PLACES OF INTEREST REDS The Athens The Cavern Blue Springs POPULAR GROUPS Culture Club Air Supply The Police Duran Duran Journey Van Halen Pink Floyd Men At Work Men Without Hats Above: Everyone enjoys spending their free time in the sun on the Hat Rack Patio. Right; Friends enjoy chatting after lunch. Stetson University celebrates 100th birthday on 38 — Founder ' s Day On November 4th, 1983 Stet- son University celebrated its 100th birthday. The day was an extremely festive occasion. As the activities got underway stu- Rack patio. Everyone was very dents enjoyed a concert by involved in the activities. " Windjammer " and ate a picnic lunch on the lawn near the Hat ALMA MATER Dear Alma Mater, smile upon thy children, Gladly we greet thee, altogether lovely; Peace be within thy classic halls and temples, Hail Alma Mater dear. Dear Alma Mater, tenderly thy children Gather, and bring to thee gracious salutations: Comrades, your voices lift once again in chorus. Hail Alma Mater dear. Once again, Stetson hosts the 40— Student Life Winter Term During the month of January mat the University offered such the students at Stetson Universi- courses as Four Dimensional Art, ty had the opportunity to partici- Man Versus Machine Versus pate in several different classes. Man, and Winter Term Activi- As part of the Winter Term for- ties. As a basis of the courses, George Orwell ' s 1984 was the topic of many discussions and debates. The Stetson University Opera M orkshop PUESENTS y f HEROD A Twi;m I ii-( ' .i;m URY MusicJkiL Drama TUli PLAY OI ' ON .jANUAnY27TII 28TII i- - -Tl AT B:00 I ' .M, TO hi: I ' KRFOUMBU IN THE Rotunda or the DeLand C oiirt House ' I-IMITED HESEnvliOKKATlNO AVAU.AUI,K BV CAI.IJNCJ y.Ot-Hai. KXT. 4IHi. BBTKEIiN 1:00 AM) 4: )0 I ' .M.. MOVDAV TIIUDI (ill FllIOAY. GENliRAJ. ADMISSION: ' d.bO ADUl TS. Sa.OO SENIOK OITIZK.NS. 81.1)0 AHI FuEE WITH Stetson I.U. ,_iVM Vi ' SA..- • The highlight of the weekend was the Homecoming basketball game where the Stetson University Hatters took on the Georgia State University Panthers. Throughout the course of the game door prizes were given away. These were spon- sored by several local businesses. During tne nair-time activities, Host Mark Zeigler, Hostess Tami Miller, and Stetson Universi- ty President Pope Duncan presented sever- al avi ards and the Homecoming finalists. Last year ' s King and Queen crowned the new court. Above: Jorge Fernandez warms up! Top right: Team conference. Below: Glynn Myr- ick shoots for two! Bottom right: Tony Hem- phill skies for two! Many activities and events highlight OMECOMING Above: The dance proved to be a very popular place. Top right: Tim Desantis, Chuck Wolfe, Lynn Rogers, and Sally Stoll enjoy a break. Bottom right: S.U. Jazz Ensemble. 44 — Student L ife Homecoming During the month of Febru- ary, Stetson University cele- brated its Homecoming. The weekend was filled with ac- tivities designed to suit both today ' s students and the Alumni. The weekend got underway on Friday morning as mem- bers from the graduating classes from as far back as 1918 registered for the events and activities. All of the organizations and special groups contributed to the fun. On Friday night the Stetson University Jazz En- semble presented " Jazz at the Philharmonic " and the Stover Theatre Production " The Rob- ber Bridegroom " proved to be a favorite of all age groups. Above: The punch bowl proved to be a hot spot! Top right: The Road Race gets underway. Below: Steve McDaniel cools off after the race. Bottom right: The soccer game: Alums against the S.U. team. Saturday began with several groups sponsoring breakfasts and open house receptions. Lunch was served in the Forest of Arden and all were given the opportunity to browse through the or- ganizational displays around Holler Fountain. The afternoon was filled with Above; Some on-lookers at the Organizational dis plays. Top right; Representatives of Alpha Kappa Psi. Right: That ' s right, we are having fun!!! ' ' ff ■ athletic events such as the tennis tour- nament and the Road Race. Others found it more relaxing to just stroll throughout the campus or to visit the receptions held by the various schools on campus. Above: Alumni get to taste Stetson ' s food once again. Bottom left: Homecoming is a family affair. Tim Ma- loney and his daughter Jennifer conduct the Jazz Ensemble. Below: Julie Korfage enjoys her lunch. Once again, Stetson hosts the ATTER CLASSIC 48— Student Life Hatter Classic On December 9th and 10th, 1983 the Stetson Hatters hosted the annual HATTER CLASSIC. Participating in the tournament were such schools as Georgia Southern, Houston Baptist and Massachusetts. Stetson, being the host school, took the title and was pleased to have several of its players in the Tournament " all- stars " . Congratulations goes out to all of the players for doing so well! v-rl , Below Right: Dr. Duncan, Horace Neys- mith, Terry Hairston plus Stetson ' s own Glynn Myrick, Gary Mims, and Mike Reddick made up the Hatter Classic Tournament Team. Top Left; Mike Red- dick waits for the rebound. Top Right: Mike Reddick gets his DUNK!!! Hatter Classic Student Life— 49 Homecoming Finalists: Eddie Augustine Kim Harvey Luis Lamadrid Emily Howell Andy Stone Lori Wilkinson 1983-84 Homecoming Queen and King Emily Howell and Luis Lamadrid Homecoming Student Life — 51 52 ♦ - Challenged By The Future The next century here at Stetson knows no bounds in athletic competition. We have al- ready seen the addition of three varsity sports — men ' s volleyball, cross country, and wrestling. The Hatter tradition will be en- hanced as the emphasis on physical fitness and the caliber of competition grows. Stet- son ' s athletes tip their hats to the challenges awaiting them in the future. Left — A representative from each varsity team. Top — Michaell Reilly takes on a Florida opponent. Bottom — Bob Spooner and Paul Verchick go head to head. THE NEXT HUNDRED YEARS — 1 ' 984 HATTER — 53 VOLLEYBALL Bump, Set, Kill They Had The Will Sparked by the play of upper classmen, Maria Albano, Dana Baldwin and Mo Sulli- van the Volleyball team had its best season ever. The ladies improved substantially over last year. The Hatters had depth on the team vi ith addition of freshman standout Kim Vach and returning setter Mary Had- field. The Lady Hats had a record of 20 wins and 16 losses. This was their first winning season. They took " the big step " when they beat USE Their will gave them a win over Tampa University, who were ranked 16th in the nation at the time. Coach Schumaker is very excited about next year ' s squad. SCHEDU LE Date Sept. 10 Palm Beach Atlantic 13 Rollings College Eckerd College 17 20 Univ South Elorida 21 Lake Sumter C.C. 30 Elorida A. M. Univ Tuskegee Institute Oct. 7,8 Univ. Central Ela. Tour 11 Jacksonville Univ. 15 Rollins Tournament 18 Florida State Elorida A. M. Univ 20 Lake Sumter C.C. 25 U.C.E U.S.E 29 EAMU-Eckerd-EIT Nov 1 Jacksonville Univ. 2 Rollins College 3 Mississippi State 4 Tampa University 5 USE-FIU-Tampa Mississippi State 54— Sports Volleyball Above: Front: Capt. Dana Baldwin, Maria Albano; Middle: Cherie Wharton, Teree Smith. Cheryl Conklin, Laura Ernst, Robin lackson; Back: Lori lohnson, Mo Sullivan, Mary Hadfield, Kim Vach, Janice Holder. Left page: Top— Lori Johnson kills the ball; Bottom— The Lady Hats after defeating Mississippi State. Right page: Top left— Dana Baldwin and Maria Albano after their last home game. Bottom left— Mary Hadfield sets the ball. Volleyball Sports— 55 GOLF Getting Into The Swing Of Things Under the guidance of Coach Robert Weikel, the Hatters had another exciting season. Returning player Brad Parsons, was a member of the All-State Team last year. He was one of the outstanding ' players on this year ' s team. There are two seniors on the team, Dave Sullivan and Kevin Law- rence. Coach Weikel feels Lawrence added depth to this year ' s squad. The future looks promising for the Hatter Golf team. Front row; Dave Turley, Lloyd Vail. Bob Barkley, Bob Hudson, Second row: Dan Bendall, Mike Blazer, Kevin Lawrence, Brad Parsons, Coach Robert Weikel 56— Sports Golf ■ i ff Ml ■•« m ■ HHvr ' ' ■ . .-.)LV-« l Left page: Bottom left — Brad Parsons, Bottom right — Players from last year ' s state tournament — Loyd ' ail, Bob Hudson, Brad Parsons, Bob Barkley Coach Weikel. Right page: Top right — Bob Hudson. Bottom left— Bob Barkley Golf Sports— 57 SOCCER New Coach New Approach The Stetson University soccer team com- pleted their season 4-11-1 with head coach Mike Parsons positive about their ability to compete in NCAA Division I men ' s soccer. Seniors Rick Harris, leading scorer the past three years, and Bob Spooner, Defensive Player of the Year in ' 81 and ' 82, served as Co-captains for the Hatter team. Seven starters joined the 15 returning players. " We ' re still in an adjustment period of contending in a Division I program, " com- mented coach Parsons. " Next year we ' re looking to upgrade the schedule with an increased number of games against strong Division I teams. " The hooters finished the season with strong wins over outstate rivals Armstrong State, the Citadel, and instate challengers F.I.T. — Jensen Beach. The Hatters proved their ability shooting goal for goal with 2 overtimes against the University of Miami. DATE OPPONENT Sept. 9-10 Methodist College Invitational Tournament 9th - Berry vs. Pfeiffer 9th - Stetson vs. Methodist 10th - Consolation 10th - Finals 14 ECKERD 16 Florida Atlantic 17 University of Miami 21 The Citadel 24 Florida Southern 27 ST. LEO Oct. 1 BERRY UNIVERSITY 7 University of Central Florida 8 ARMSTRONG STATE 12 Flager 15 F.I.T. - JENSEN BEACH 18 ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN 22 F.I.T. - Melbourne 25 University of Tampa liulldiii, I ' aul Verchick, Brian Kiabick, Steve l- ' aranacci. Middle: Co-captain Ric:k ll.irri.s. Diuid I ' ro: Lance Mudgetl, Shep Curl, Se-Uk-0. Top: Coach Mike Parsons, Kevin Coogan, Co-captain Bi Spooner, Brad Tolley, Frank Blevins, Dan McCarthy, Larry Powers, Bobby Pirson, Dan Keane, Train George Woodring. 58 — Sports Soccer H Pi JMHIj i m J HUH EI i HF r-4 l l OSES Bl fS Hk pi iBi ' ' J l ll .. |HHHK ' I 1 k ' :lT« Left page: Co-captains Bob Spooner and Rick Harris. Right page: Top right: Paul Verchick takes control of the ball. Middle right: Rick Harris takes the ball down the field. Left: Dan McCarthy has control over Eckerd opponent. Bottom right: Frank Blevins goes in for the steal. Soccer Sports — 59 gga ssBjB-as MEN ' S BASKETBALL No Small Matter When You ' re a Tall Hatter The Husthn ' Hatter Basketball team once again completed a very successful season during 1983-84. Even wfhile facing nation- ally ranked Houston, Southwestern Louisi- ana, and Marquette, the Hatters remained on the top of the NCAA national indepen- dent college standings. Highlights of the season included an opening day win in Gainesville over the University of Florida, the Hatters leading the nation in free-throw percentages, and junior guard Jorge Fernandez being among the leaders in field goal percentage in the state. Team leaders were seniors Glynn Myr- ick, Gary Mims, and Michael Reddick. Be- sides leading the team in rebounding, Red- dick earned All tournament honors in the Hatter Classic, The Citrus Classic, and the Houston-Kettle Classic. " " SCHEDULE Date Nov. 26 Univ. of Florida 28 Mississippi College Dec. 6 Mercer Univ. 9 Hatter Classic 16 Houston Kettle Classic 21 Florida A M Univ 29 Citrus Bowl Tour. Jan. 2 Univ. of Hartford 4 United States Military Academy 7 Campbell Univ. 14 Univ. of New Orleans 16 Baptist College 18 Mercer Univ. 21 N. Carolina — Wilmington 25 Armstrong State College Feb. 4 Univ. of New Orleans 6 S.W. Louisiana 9 Bethune-Cookman College 11 S.W. Louisiana 15 Duke Univ. 18 Marquette Univ. 22 Furman Univ. 25 Georgia State Univ. 27 N. Carolina — Wilmington March 3 Georgia State Univ. Front row: Jorge Fernandez, Tony Hemphill. Coach |eff Keep, Coach Joe Lewandoski, Head Coach Glenn Wilkes, Coach Otis lohnson. Coach Dave Wolfe, Glynn Myrick, Danny Lucas. Second row: Trainer George Woodring, Eddie lenkins, Greg Hinman, Gary Mims, Mike Reddick, Barry Sullivan, Donnie Mays, Tim Shuler, Manager Lance Willumson. 60— Sports Basketball i n):4 % Left page: Lower left: Glynn Myrick shoots around defend- er. Lower right: Gary Mims lays one up for two. Right page: Upper right: Gary Mims goes for the hoop. Middle: Mike Reddick in action. Lower left: Mike Reddick goes in for the lay up. Lower middle: lorge Fernandez scores. Lower right: Mike Reddick is ready for the pass. Basketball Sports— 61 Top: Coach Glenn Wilkes talks to the team during a time out. Bottom Left: Gary Mims is ready for the pass. Bottom Right: Mike Reddick overpowers opponent for two. Top Left: Glynn Myrick puts it up for two. Top Right: Danny Lucas goes for the block shot. Middle Right: Stetson on the defense attack. Bottom Left: Gary Coachman goes in for the layup. Bottom Right: Tony Hemphill shoots for two. WOMEN ' S BASKETBALL Lady Hats Are Where It ' s At High hopes and new faces dominated this year ' s Lady Hatter basketball squad. Coach Kelly Jordan had four freshmen in the starting line up this year. She had a starting line up to go against big teams and one for quick teams. The sole senior on the team, Leslie Clutts, has taken over the cen- ter position. Outstanding players for this year ' s squad were Dallas Boychuck, the leading scorer, Beatrice Hawthorne, and Tracy Young. SCHEDULE Date Nov. 25 Georgia State Univ. 26 Georgia Tech 29 Rollins College Dec. 3 Univ. of S. Florida 7 Univ. of Florida 17 Florida Southern College 19 Mercer Univ. 21 Georgia Tech 28 Miami Masonic Classic Jan. 6 Lady Hatter Classic 10 Florida A M Univ 12 Montclair State Univ. 18 Mercer Univ. 21 Univ. of S. Alabama 26 Flagler College 28 Univ. of Miami 30 KI.U. Feb. 4 Univ. of New Orleans 6 Univ. of S. Alabama 9 Univ. of Central Florida 11 Univ. of Miami 17 Florida A M Univ 20 Univ. of Florida 24 Georgia S. College 28 Univ. of S. Alabama March 3 Georgia S. College Front row: Angie Ferguson, Robin Williams. Second row: Tracy Young, Michaell Reilly, Debbie Ch Beatrice Hawthorne. Third row: Trainer Chris Ramer, Coach Mary Ciuk. Mary Hadfield, Toni Wir Leslie Clutts, Dallas Boychuck, Rishal Dinkins, Coach Theresa Young, Head Coach Kelly Jord Coach Cheryl Klein. 64 — Sports Women ' s Basketball Left page: Lower left: Michaell Reilly dribbles past opponent. Lower right: Robin Williams lays it up for two. Right page: Upper right: Tracy Young is ready to pass. Lower left: Dallas Boychuck gets the tip- off. Lower right; Rishal Dinkins on the fast break. Women ' s Basketball Sports — 65 CHEERLEADERS Go Hatters, Gooooooooooo This year ' s cheerleaders continued to raise the fan ' s spirits. Both men and women combined forces to form spectacular stacks and hearty cheers. Each varsity basketball team had its own squad of cheerleaders. Each squad worked hard to make their teams proud. They are often overlooked, but our cheerleaders add that certain flair to each home game. ■-„_- Top picture: left to right (women): Michelle Maureau, Lisa Birkenstock, Lori DeMott, Suzi Folkersi Dolly Dollison, )ane Cornelius and (men): Fred Jacobs, Mark Faber. Paul Lambrakis, Bob Hoelscl Tony Guzzetta, Gene Cipriano. Bottom left picture: left to right (back row): Paula Homan, Cam Corvos, Laura Auffant, Michelle Berlureau; (front row): Leslie Griffin, Jo Beth Waygood. 66 — Sports Cheerleaders Left page: Lower right: Generating enthusiasm at Spirit Night. Right page: Upper right: The cheer- leaders for the men ' s basketball team build a pyramid. Lower left: Honorary cheerleader, Paul Peacock, spells Stetson. Lower right: The cheerleaders for the women ' s basketball team. Cheerleaders Sports — 67 WOMEN ' S TENNIS You ' ve Got To Love Those Ladies Not enough people know how well our ladies tennis team did last year. They had such a successful season that they qualified for the NCAA Division II national tourna- ment. Qualifying for nationals is a long tra- dition for the Lady Hatters. Coach Vicky Pate hopes to continue that trend. This years squad has been boosted with the addition of four strong newcom- ers. The team still will be anchored by number one player, Sharon Swanbery. With a winning tradition like theirs, how can you help but love those Lady Hatters! First row: Mary Keyes, Terri Fletcher, MaryLou Herman, Jane Thomson, Sharon Swanbery, Jili Smith. Second row: Laura Chandler, Donna Donath, Coach Vicky Pate, Lisa Waring, Pam Sheffifl 68 — Sports Women ' s Tennis Opposite page: Left: Lisa Waring strokes the ball. Right: Sharon Swanbery practices her forehand. This page: Left: A return by Terri Fletcher. Above: " Take that! " , says Pam Sheffield. Top right: Sharon Swanbery concentrates on the ball. Women ' s Tennis Sports — 69 MEN ' S TENNIS The Men in White Set Their Sights 1984 brought some new faces to the men ' s tennis team. Coach Ray Hussey has his work cut out for him this year. Playing NCAA Division I oppo- nents does not make winning an easy task. But each member of this year ' s squad has set his sights on a successful season. Although there is a good mix of old and new talent, there is still the reliable Jeff Burnett. The rest of the team consists of Brad Lehan, Jim Skalko, Pete Nylen, Tom Overvald, Chud Dollison, Mike Van Dusen, Far- ris Briggs, and the injured Mike Manderson. Team Picture. First Row: Jeff Burnett, Jim Skalko. Second Row; Tom Overvold, Farris Briggs, Coach Ray Hussey. Pete Nylen, Chud Dollison, Mike Van Dusen, SCHEDULE Feb. 16 Jacksonville Univ. 17 FAMU 18 Eckerd College 22 Fla. Southern Coll. 24 Armstrong State Coll. 27 Emory Henry 29 FIT-Melbourne March 3 Eckerd College 6 Univ. of Tampa 8 Guilford College 12 Univ. of Tampa 13 Univ. of Wisconsin Eau Claire 15 Univ. of S. Mississippi 16 Iowa State Univ. 26 Saint Leo 29 Univ of Toledo 30 Upsala College April 2 Bethune Cookman 3 Fla. Southern Coll. 5 Saint Leo College 6 FIT-Melbourne 9 Wash. Lee Univ 11 Univ. of Jacksonville 13 Bethune Cookman 18 Towson State Univ. 70— Sports Men ' s Tennis Bottom Left: Brad Lehan shows off his forehand. Bottom Right: Tom Overvold follows through with a backhand return. Top Left: Jim Skalko on the backhand return. Top Rig Mike Van Dusen follows through with the forehand. B torn Left: Tom Overvold strokes a winner. Bottom Rig Jim Skalko serves the ball. Men ' s Tennis Sports — 71 WRESTLING Grappling Mats For Winning Hats It started as a dream. Then the Stetson Uni- versity Wrestling Club became the only Di- vision I collegiate v restling team in Flor- ida. The team is coached by Pete Starson, a former w restler himself. The assistant coach is John Houser. Stetson ' s wrestling team is made up of some of the finest w restlers in the state. The grapplers ' first year vvrill find them competing against top Division I schools throughout the state. Along with this outstanding group of ath- letes and their fine coaches, the Hatter grapplers are aided by their wrestlerettes. All these people are expecting a winning season and successful future as Stetson ' s new varsity sport. 1983-84 Schedule NOVKMBKR 12 Knighli Br »l Tournatncnl. Away DECEMBER Hiram ( ollrft. ICF al ICK A» Pnrinr llnivcrsilv Hoi 3 Pordur A AppaUcbiaa Aw, • I IICF 2 pn. 9 John Carnill tni.rr.lly Hoi 3 Appilacliian Suic Univeraily Away 4 Virftinia Trch.-AppalarhiaB Si. Awaj, Front row; left to right: Peter Arculeo, Brian Schreidell, Curt Lear, Coach Starson, Monty Edwards, Carl Threlkeld III, Dennis Aubry. Sonny Hendricks. Second row: Kevin Sciacca, Mike Menard, Ted Bilski, Steve Richards, leff Kaufman, Tony Gustafson, [effery Berry, John Wagner, Mark McGowan, Scott Haffner, Bill Copper, Mark [udd, Scott Gentry. 72— Sports Wrestling Left page: Bottom right: Kevin Sciacca eyeing the competition. Right page: Top: Tony Gustafson hstens to Coach Starson, Middle: Stetson grappler takes control. Bottom left: Dennis Aubry wrestles a UCF Knight. Bottom right: Stetson wrestlers line up on spirit night. Wrestling Sports — 73 MEN ' S VOLLEYBALL A New Team . . . A New Dream This marks the second year for the men ' s volleyball team. Last year Stetson asked the men on campus if they wanted to play volleyball. Another team was needed to fulfill NCAA requirements. Nobody expected much but what we got was a winning season. The 1984 season brings with it a dream of improving last year ' s record. Returning play- ers are Rich King, Billy Hart- man, John Dunn, Eddie Augus- tine, basketball standout Glynn Myrick, and last year ' s MVP Bobby Knuutilla. Eddie Jenkins (basketball) will be joining the squad for the first time. Coach Elizabeth Schumaker is proud of her team and is en- thusiastic about the coming years. These men have pro- vided Stetson with another ex- citing sport. We all wish them continued success. 74 — Sports Men ' s Volleyball Team Picture. First Row: Eddie Augustine. Second Row: Rich King, Bill Hartman, Glynn Myrick, lohn Dunn, Eddie Jenicins. Left: Coach Schumaker. Middle: lohn Dunn passes the ball. Right: Bill Hartman sets the ball up. k S m _ ' " B ■H Top: John Dunn shows good form with a jump set. Top Middle: Eddie Augustine passes the ball. Top Right: Bill Hartman makes the set pass. Bottom Left: The Hatters awaiting the serve. Bottom Right: Rich King passes the ball. Men ' s Volleyball Sports — 75 WOMEN ' S SOFTBALL There ' s No Disputing Our Recruiting A " new look " will be showcased on the Stetson Softball diamond this year as seven newcomers dominate the roster. Freshman Debbie Clark, Cheryl Conklin, and Kim Vach along with junior transfer Deirdre Williams should make their presence known immediately. Two Brown ' s and a " Bell " round out the Hatter first year players — sophomore Connie Brown and freshman Lori Brown and Janiece Holder, a freshman out of Bell, Florida, will be expected to contribute heavily to the Stetson cause. The returning players will certainly not be over- shadowed by the crop of newcomers. Senior pitcher Christie Conner, a two-time MVP selection, and se- nior first baseman Cathy Beebe, the 1983 Coaches Award recipient, will be looked to for their defensive expertise, both proved to be consistently solid last year finishing with .917 and .976 fielding percent- ages. Also, back will be senior speedster Maria Al- bano, sophomore outfielder Diane O ' Connor and the Hatters long ball threat, sophomore Mary Wilbanks. Team Picture. Back Row: Left to RightiCoach Mary Ciuk. Connie Brown, Cathy Beebe, Janiece Holder, Mary Wilbanks, Kim Vach, Maria Albano. Christie Conner. Front Row: Cheryl Conklin, Debbie Clark, Deirdre Williams, Lori Brown. MEN ' S CROSS COUNTRY Sprinting To The Finish The 1983 Cross Country Team was the second year for the Hatters since beginning the new sport in the fall of 1982. Without any seniors on the team, the Hatters looked to improve through the season and gain valuable experience for the 1984 season. The Hatters were competitive against many of the schools on their tough sched- ule. Running invitational meets most of the time gave the Stetson runners a chance to face the best runners in Florida. Mike Ma- kens was voted most valuable runner for the Hatters. Felix Mogatusi ran consistent- ly second for the Hatters. Jim Buckley ran injured for most of the season, but started to regain his old form. The Hatters look for continued improvement and success in the future. Team Picture; Randy Chesak, Peter Cummings, Coach Terry Tolbert, Felix Mogatusi, Mike Makens Top Right: Runners stretch hetore hegiuning. Middle Right: Our Cross Country Team in action. Bottom Right: Hatters ' round the corner towards victory. BASEBALL A Winning Tradition Almost everyone in the state of Florida knows about thie truly win- ning tradition of the Stetson Hatter baseball team. They have had more than a decade of consecutive win- ning seasons. Coach Pete Dunn, an ex-hatter himself, recruits from the best junior colleges in Florida. The coaching. Rick Hall and Terry Tol- bert, also seek out some of the finest high school baseball players in the country. That is why Stetson has re- cently been ranked as one of the twenty best teams in the nation. This year ' s squad will be an- chored by its senior captains, left fielder Jon Pequignot and catcher DH Alex Lucco. Both captains have been with the program for four years and have contributed greatly to its success. Outstanding pitchers this year will be Mike Ullian, Ray Surdyk, Bart Bishop, and Tom Suite. The re- maining pitching staff, the fresh- men and new recruits will add to the strength of this team. Batgirls The batgirls have been a part of the baseball program for many years now. They not only add a touch of class but also provide a use- ful function (not to mention a pretty sight). They all work hard and are greatly appreciated by the team. 78— Sports Baseball Top: The 1984 Stetson Hatters. Middle Left: Alex Lucco takes a cut. Middle Right: Bill Kiley slides back into second. Bottom Left: Wayne Walker swings. Bottom Right: lay Nieporte makes a tag at the plate. Left Top: Jay Nieporte. Bottom Left: Jerry Ryder. Right— top to bottom: Coach Rick Hall at first base. Jerry Ryder, Scott Gray The Bat Girls. 80— Sports Baseball ■TrSTj r m m m K 2 3 4. . y 1 1 5k J m i Left Page. Top Left: Steve W ' oide. Top Right: Ron Vera. Middle Left: Rick Maz. Bottom Right: Wayne Walker. Right Page. Top Left: Bobby Hulsman. Top Right: The Hatters. Middle: Bill Ki- ley. Middle Right: [on Pequignot. Bot- tom Left: Jerry Ryder. Baseball Sports — 81 — , ' »■ . 82 — Greeks a4 ' ; " The real intellectual life of a body of undergraduates, if there be any, mani- fests itself, not in the classrooms, but in what they do and talk of and set before themselves as their favorite objects be- tween classes ... If you wish to create a college, therefore, and are wise, you will seek to create a life ... a college is not only a body of studies but a mode of asso- ciation. " Woodrow Wilson THE NEXT HUNDRED YEARS — r984 HATTER — Greeks — 83 " Have fun, have friends, have faith, have love. This is the motto of Alpha Xi Delta. — Lynne Menard, President HA AHA ASA ASA ASA ASA ASA ASA AS Alpha Xi Delta was founded April 17, 1893 at Lombard College. The sorority colors are light blue, dark blue, and gold. Their flower is the pink rose, the badge is the quill, and the mascot is Al fuzzy Bear. Alpha Xi was established at Stetson in 1917. At Halloween, the Alpha Xis trick or treat for Unicef, and at Easter they host an Easter Egg hunt for Twinkle Star Day Care Center. They also support their national philan- thropy, the American Lung Associ- ation. President — Lynne Menard Vice-President — Helen Nielander Pledge Trainer — Lisa Strobeck Membership Chairman — Diane McEachran Treasurer — Caren Merritt Recording Secretary — Wendy Robinson Corresponding Secretary — Ellie Ursiola Quill — Tara Corbin At the top of the page is the Alpha Xi Delta group photo. Clockwise, below that, are Debbie Wotring, Lisa Sumner, Wendy Rob- inson and Karla Kikol on their way to the toga party with the Pi Kapps, Susan Muga- verno, Meg Fuse and Pam Dennis posting some announcements, and a pretty picture Christmas card that the Xis sent to Europe. 84— Greeks Alpha Xi Delta " Seeking growth as individuals within an atmosphere of true broth- erhood, the members of Alpha Tau Omega strive to promote the ideals of concern and self-sacrifice for the betterment of our world. " — Randall Lee, President ATQ ATQ ATQ ATQ AT ATQ ATQ ATQ 1 , II ' k Alpha Tau Omega was founded on Sept. 11, 1865 at Virginia Military Institute. The fraternity colors are gold and blue. Their flower is the white tea rose and their badge is the Maltese cross. Alpha Tau Omega was colonized here at Stetson on March 26, 1982 and was chartered on Feb. 6, 1983. During the year, their activities include ATO ' s Annual Run for the Blood of Life (proceeds going to the Leukemia Society of America), vis- its to the West Volusia Nursing home, and in the spring the annual Viking Party complete with roasted pig and Viking Ship. ATO strives to develop scholarship, character, and genuine concern for others. Alpha Tau Omega Greeks — 85 " Alpha Chi is a sisterhood of sharing a great deal . . . ideas, activities, good and bad times. Alpha Chis are well-liked, well- rounded individuals, respected and visible on campus. " Sharon Smith, President AXn AXQ AXQ AXa AXQ. AXH AXQ Alpha Chi Omega was founded on October 15, 1885 at Depauw Uni- versity in Greencastle, Indiana. Their colors are scarlet red and ol- ive green. The Alpha Chi symbol is the lyre set with pearls and the mas- cot is the panda. The Gamma Chi chapter was established at Stetson on May 18, 1957. The Alpha Chis keep very busy with their many activities during the year. Included in their activities are Trick or Treating with the Sugar Spice Daycare Center, the annual Alpha-Chi-Pike Toga party, the Christmas dance, and socials with the big brothers. Above all, the Al- pha Chis like to have fun. President — Sharon Smith 1st Vice Pres. — Maureen Bapst 2nd V.P. — Denise Smith 3rd V.F — Kim Kushman Treasurer — Marilyn Drivas Recording Secretary — Lisa Coke Scholarship — Dawn Johnson The Alpha Chi Omega group photo is at the top. Below that, clockwise, are Diana, Sara and lillyn talking about their song that they are going to sing, intramural foot- ball quarterback Kelly Teets watching the defense and Marlene at the Stetson beach party in September. 86 — Greeks Alpha Chi Omega " Tri-Delta is a unique chance for a collegiate woman to experi- ence the full life college has to offer. It ' s love, friendship, and sisterhood forever. IVs being yourself among sisters who are striving for the same ideals. " D. Williamson, Pres. AAA AAA AAA AAA AAA AAA AAA AAA Tri-Delta was founded at Boston University on Thanksgiving Eve, 1888. The sorority colors are silver, gold, and blue. The flower is the pansy, and their symbols are the pine tree, the pearl, and the dol- phin. The Alpha Delta chapter was founded at Stetson in 1913. During the year, the Tri-Deltas keep busy. Included in their activi- ties are the Bi-annual blood drive, the " Crush " party, a haunted house, and easter egg hunt with pre- schoolers, Sleigh Bell Day, and can- dy sales to fund our different phil- anthropies. Delta Delta Delta is a sorority that takes pride in its diversity and in- tegrity and at the same time won ' t hesitate to enjoy some good fun and laughter. At the top is the Tri Delta group photo. Below, clockwise, are various scenes from their intramural football: practice, after winning a game and their star quarter- back, Janet Reynolds. President — Denise Williamson Exec. Vice Pres. — Sandy Smalley Chaplain — Kathy Vites Scholarship Chairman — Mary Jo Penick Pledge Trainer — Janet Reynolds Social Chairman — Laura Boyd Delta Delta Delta Greeks— 87 " Delta Sigma Phi, the fraternity of Engineered Leadership, molds college men for the future. " Scott Wilder, President ASJ AX3 AXJ AsJ Am AsS Ae5 AiJ The Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity was founded in 1899 at City College of New York. The fraternity colors are green, white, and purple and the flower is the white carnation. The Alpha Chi chapter was founded here on May 16, 1925. This year has been a busy year for the Delta Sigs. They have had nu- merous sorority fraternity ex- changes, their annual wine and cheese party, the formal Sailors Ball and their pharaoh party. For philan- thropies, they support the March of Dimes, walk-a-thon, and they had a Christmas party for Deland Conva- lescent Center This Delta Sig chap- ter is the oldest fraternity in the state of Florida. Some of their nota- ble alumni include Dr. J. Ollie Ed- munds, Doyle E. Carlton, Mabry Carlton and Kenneth P. Kirchman. President — Scott Wilder Vice-Pres. — Mike Hudson Treasurer — Joe Gardyasz Sergeant at Arms — Mike Carter Secretary — Dave Waldman Housefather — Randy Gorden 88— Greeks Delta Sigma Phi " Zeta Tau Alpha is socials, service projects, intramurals, but most of all, is the special bond of Zeta sisterhood. " Elizabeth Wieler, President ZTA ZTA ZTA ZTA ZTA ZTA ZTA Zeta Tau Alpha was founded at Longwood College in Farmville, Va. on October 15, 1898. The sorority colors are turquoise blue and steel grey. Their flower is the white vio- let, their symbol is the shield and crown and their mascot is the bun- ny. The Zetas were established on Stetson ' s campus on March 15, 1935. The Zetas kept busy this year with activities such as their Bid Day social with the Sig Eps, their hal- loween party with Delta Sigs and their Christmas dance at Pondo ' s. The Zetas also won Greenfeather for the second year in a row. In addi- tion, the Zetas Trick or Treat for Un- icef, helped with Special Olympics, and contributed to the Association for Retarded Citizens. ZTA .i!i__jr A The picture at the top of the page is the Zeta Tau Alpha group picture. Below that, clockwise, is [ill, Mary and Liz getting ready to sing at Greek Week, Jill, Lisa and Mary lounging together and the sideline scene during a Zeta football game. Pic- tured here are Jill and Debbie. President — Elizabeth Wieler Vice Pres. — Kim Richards Director of Pledge Programming — Amy Hirscny Secretary — Susan Chambers Treasurer — Marj Lurtz Ritual — Leigh Nichols Historian — Beth Melvin Membership — Cindy Furman Zeta Tau Alph ' a Greeks— 89 " , . and the strength of an association of women bound together for life in their firm belief in the highest values for which Kappa Alpha Theta stands. " — Jamie Bonura, President KAe KA0 KA0 KAO KAO KAO KA0 Kappa Alpha Theta was founded at DePauw University on January 27, 1870. The sorority colors are black and gold. Their flower is the black and gold pansy and their sym- bol is the kite. The Thetas were es- tablished on Stetson campus on February 14, 1981. During the year, the Thetas have a Halloween social with the ATOs, a pledge retreat, a Christmas formal, and the Halloween caroling with the ATOs. The sorority philanthro- py is the Institute of Logopedics in Wichita, Kansas, and Theta Court. President — Jamie Bonura V.P, Efficiency — June Hansen V.P. Pledge — Kim Harvey Treasurer— Mary Beth Maloney Rush Chairman — Mary Lou Herman Social Chairman — Mari Messersmith Scholarship Chairman — Linda Knox Standards Chairman — Diana Acosta Fraternity Education — Elizabeth Roberts 90 — Greeks Kappa Alpha Theta " Lambda Chi Alpha is more than just a social organization. It is the opportunity for a man to develop and mature in an environ- ment of friendship. " Robert Pile, President AXA AXA AXA AXA AXA AXA AXA Lambda Chi Alpha was founded in 1909 at Boston University. The fraternity colors are purple, green and gold. Their flower is the white rose and their symbol is the cross and crescent. The Lambda Chis were established at Stetson in 1948. During the year, the Lambda Chis sponsor many social service pro- jects such as a Haunted House with the Deland Jaycees, helping and vis- iting the Harry Anna Crippled Chil- dren ' s Hospital, and the annual Christmas parade. Lambda Chi Al- pha ' s purpose is the establishment of an honest and sincere brother- hood — " the fraternity of honest friendship. " Lambda Chi Alpha Greeks — 91 " Pi Beta Phi is an organization that lets you grow as an individ- ual and offers lasting friendships. " Anita DeMarsh, President rroo nBO riBO dbo nB D nSo nno Pi Beta Phi was founded April 28, 1867, in Monmouth, Ilhnois at Mon- mouth College. The sorority colors are wine and silver blue. Their flower is the wine carnation and their badge is the arrow. The Florida Alpha chapter was founded at Stetson on January 13, 1913. During the year, the Pi Phis had a Halloween social with the Pikes, a Christmas formal at the Daytona Hil- ton and a spring formal. They also had a Head-Start Halloween party, Christ- mas caroling, Arrowcraft sale to sup- port their philanthropy Arrowmont, and a flower sale at Easter. President — Anita DeMarsh VP. Moral Advancement — Kimberly Smith V.P. Social Advancement — Joanne Diniaco V.R Mental Advancement — Mary A. Howard Recording Secretary — Julie Korfage Treasurer — Gina Cammarata Membership Chairman — Erin BeT Panhellenic Delegate — Janet Young At the top of the page is the Pi Beta Phi group photo. Below that, clockwise are the Pi Phis at their pledge retreat, Allison, Ju- lie, and Judi playing games with the Head- start children, and some of the unusual Halloween costumes. 92— Greeks Pi Beta Phi " Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity offers the foundation to develop high ideals by which to live. It is through the development of well rounded men — men of solid repute and worthy aspira- tions — that the bonds of Pi Kappa Alpha will live on. " Edward White III, President OKA nKA DKA HKA DKA HKA YIKA Pi Kappa Alpha was founded on March 1, 1868 at the University of Virginia. The Pike colors are garnet and gold. Their flower is the lily of the valley and their symbols are the shield and diamond. The fraternity was established at Stetson on March 31, 1931. The Pikes are very active on cam- pus. Some of their many activities include the sorority pledge class welcome, spring Bahama trip party, and their annual toga party. In addi- tion, they are co-sponsors of Project Hope and support their two philan- thropies, Big Brothers of America, and Cerebral Palsey. President — Edward L. White III Vice President — Chuck Wolfe Treasurer — Scott Moore Recording Secretary — Chris Adkins Corresponding Secretary — [amie Simpson Sergeant At Arms — Mike Ross Pi Kappa Alpha Greeks — 93 " And though brotherhood may once have seemed only a word, it has come to mean a way of life. " Bruce Rogers, Archo nK nKO nKO dko rko nK t hko Pi Kappa Phi was founded in 1904 at the College of Charleston. The fraternity ' s colors are blue, gold, and white and its flower is the red rose. The Stetson chapter was estab- lished in 1921. During the year, the Pi Kapps keep very busy. Their activities in- clude Project PU.S.H. (Play Units for the Severly Handicapped) Carni- val at Volusia County Fairgrounds, Christmas carolling at the Duvall home, annual Rose Ball, Beech Mountain ski trip, and their special little sister serenade. They won the President ' s Cup in 1982 and 1983 and are presently attempting to re- tire the 2nd P. Cup in five years by winning intramurals this year. Archon-Bruce Rogers Vice Archon-Robert Knuuttila Treasurer- Tom York Secretary-Shoib Myint Historian-Ned Raven Warden-John Daly Chaplain-Mark Zeigler At the top is the Pi Kappa Phi group photo. Below that, clockwise, are the Pi Kapps waiting for the " Yod Hunt " results, the 10:00 HRP club and Ann Wall and Mark Zeigler at the Pi Kapp Tri Delta Hallo- ween party for the Headstart children, 94— Greeks Pi Kappa Phi " Our college experience is but a brief chapter in all our lives . . . but the love and honor learned here will never be forgotten. The eye of the snake will always be with us . . . wherever we might roam. Roll, Snakes, Roll. " Brian Yale, Comman der IN EN XN SN XN IN XN XN ZN SN Sigma Nu was founded at VMI in Lexington, Va. The fraternity ' s flow- er is the white rose and its colors are black and gold. Its symbol is the snake. The Sigma Nu principles are love, honor and truth and their de- velopmental beliefs are mind, heart and character. The Sigma Nu activities during the year include Van Hook retarded children field day, Yod Day Social, supporting Humane Society, exam jams, and winning the ROTC Tri Delta blood drive. The Sigma Nu fraternity is unique in that they own their own house (the only fraternity at Stetson that does). They stress financial as well as managerial aspects in their brotherhood. The Sigma Nu courtyard turned out to be a great place to take the group picture. Be- low that, clockwise, are the Sigma Nus taking their 10;00 newspaper break, Ralph Herzig wearing his " yod " t-shirt and Ron Cole, Derek Oberschall and Doug Quack- enbos watching the yodders arrive. Commander-Brian Yale Lt. Commander-Steve Sewell Treasurer-Chuck Gould Rush Chairman-Ralph Herzig Pledge Marshal-Derek Oberschall Sigma Nu Greeks — 95 " Sigma Phi Epsilon is a unique fraternity based on brotherhood and lasting friendships. " — Charles Greathouse, President S4)E ZOE lOE E$E lOE S4)E XOE 20E Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded on November 1, 1901, at Richmond College in Richmond, Virginia. The fraternity colors are red and purple. Their flowers are the violet and the dark red rose and their symbol is the heart. The Stetson chapter was es- tablished on October 22, 1948. The Sig Eps have been busy this year with activities such as their Ba- hama Blue Party, the Road Rally, the Chariot Pull, Spring Weekend and Sports Weekend. The purpose of this fraternity is to promote a true spirit of friendship and brotherhood through the activities of fraternal life. President — Charles Greathouse Vice-Pres. — Gary Gettman Comptroller — Rodney Darville Recording Secretary — Sam Chavers Corresponding Secretary — Boyd Murphee Chaplain — Pat Dean At the top of the page is the Sigma Phi Epsilon group photo. From left to right, be- low that, are the Sig Eps enjoying a party at the house, the Sig Ep offense in a huddle, and when it rains, it pours down the sidewalk, giving the football team a nice place to cool down after the game. 96 — Greeks Sigma Phi Epsilon Thi Mu is friends, fun, and laughter, but most of all, it is special imes that will always be treasured. " — Alison Simpson, President I)M OM OM OM OM OM OM OM Phi Mu was founded at Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia, on March 5, 1852. The sorority colors are rose and white and its symbol is the lion. The Alpha Xi chapter of Phi Mu was established at Stetson on March 12, 1949. The Phi Mus were very busy this year with activities such as Phi Re- treat in Keystone Heights, a Hallow- een social with the Sig Eps and their annual Christmas dance. Their philanthropies included the Rock- a-Thon for Project Hope, a Thanks- giving basket for the Neighborhood Center, and visits to the Methodists Children ' s Home. The Phi Mus this year are especially proud of being the top sorority in the Delta Delta Delta Rote Blood Drive and being the overall winner of Greek Week- ■ end. At the top of the page is the Phi Mu group photo. From left to right, below that, are the Phi Mu football team planning their next play, Laura Guiliano selling balloons at Greenfeather and Karen Faust and Mary Keyes spending some time together. President — Alison Simpson Vice Pres. — Debbie Humphrey Treasurer — Donna Pfeifauf Secretary — Coni Wallace Phi Director — Gena Strapple Membership — Lynn Bryan Ethics — Donna Weyd Panhellenic — Mary Lane Phi Mu Greeks— 97 " Phi Sigma Kappa is a place to come and be yourself. It is an experi- i ence that will last a lifetime, and then some. " — Bernard Tomasky, President | •EK OXK OSK OZK OZK OEK OXK OSK President — Bernie Tomasky Vice-Pres. — David Hickman Treasurer — Bryan Caskey Secretary — Rick Fleugel Sentinel — Stewart Ulferts Inductor — Eric Hamler At the top of the page is the Phi Sigma Kappa group photo. Below that, clockwise are, Brian Caskey and friend returning from playing Softball, Bernie Tomasky and three alumni at Homecoming, and the whole crowd of people who turned up for Homecoming 1983 at the Phi Sigma Kappa house. 98 — Greeks Phi Sigma Kappa Panhellenic Council Inter-Fraternity Council 1, Hi Panhellenic IFC Greeks— 99 100 — Organizations ■ iffi ORGANIZATIONS: A chance to learn to work with others; A chance to gain leadership skills; A chance to grow; A chance. J.K. Left: Carson Mollis Staff finds time to enjoy their day. Top Right: Working in the Post Office can be enjoyable. Right: Greek Organizations pull together and work toward a goal. o t« u =THE NEXT HUNDRED YEARS= — 1 ' 984 HATTER — Organizations — 101 o RGANIZATIONS OMICRON DELTA KAPPA LAMBDA TAU DELTA OMICRON DELTA KAPPA Stetson ' s oldest honorary frater- nity, Omicron Delta Kappa, recog- nizes outstanding students excel- ling in a variety of activities. The members strive to inspire the Stet- son community through their Cam- pus communications with the pro- fessors and students. Tami Miller, Becky Wells, Stacey Michaud, Cathy Beebe, Tracy Granata, jenni Paquette, Fred Love, )ohi Ariale, Richard Pringle, Robert Connor, Kevin Kelly. Bob Pile, Joan Jolley, Nadine Grissett, Jodi [ones, Alisoi •Simpson, Kitty Davidson, Val Nelson. LAMBDA TAU DELTA This is a Political Science honor- ary formed this year. Members have a 3.0 and twelve hours of Political Science with a 2.8 overall. The offi- cers are Sara Larsen, President; Robert Connor, Vice President; Bet- sy Palmer, Secretary Treasurer. Advisors are Dr. Gary Maris and Dr. T. Wayne Bailey. Sara Larsen, Robert Connor, Betsy Palmer, Martin O ' Donoghue, Gary Spraker, Lisa King, Dr. Gary Maris. 102 — Organizations KAPPA DELTA PI PSI CHI KAPPA DELTA PI The Stetson University Educa- tional Honorary Society consists of students whose academic, leader- ship, and personal achievements meet the standards of excellency set by the university. These people have demonstrated the ability to be excellent students as w ell as hard workers. Members of Kappa Delta Pi PSI CHI Founded in 1957, the Stetson chapter of Psi Chi has been encour- aging, stimulating, and maintaining the scholarship of the individual members, and advancing the sci- ence of psychology. Psi Chi is a na- tional honorary and an affiliate of the American Psychological Associ- ation. Members of Psi Chi Organizations — 103 RGANIZATIONS BACCHUS STETSON UNION BOARD BACCHUS BACCHUS, (Boost Alcohol Con- sciousness Concerning the Health of University Students), is a national stu- dent organization for the prevention of alcohol misuse. What is unique about BACCHUS is that it does not feel that it is necessary to condemn alcohol in- order to combat its misuse. BACCHUS recognizes the legitimate uses of alco- hol and the positive roles it plays in our society w?hen it is used responsi- bly The role that BACCHUS plays on campus is to provide education on al- cohol and its related subjects so that individuals can make responsible de- cisions about the use or nonuse of al- cohol. BACCHUS MEMBERS STETSON UNION BOARD The Stetson Union Board is respon- sible for the extras that students expe- rience during their free time. Such ac- tivities include Athens Night, Friday Flick, Pool Party AIR SUPPLY!, coffee- house performances, and the list goes on and on . . . While most members are elected or appointed, all students are encouraged to participate in the plan- ning of the many events. Stetson UNION s S.U.B. Members 104 — Organizations STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION S.G.A. Student Government Association represents the interests of the stu- dents of Stetson University. Al- though this is the major responsibil- ity of the SGA, they also assist in improving different aspects of the Student Life. Under the leadership of President Chuck Wolfe, the SGA has sponsored projects designed to improve the campus and the overall program here. Chuck Wolfe Robert Slama S.G.A. Senate Organizations — 105 iRGANIZATIONS BAPTIST CAMPUS MINISTRY CATHOLIC CAMPUS MINISTRY BAPTIST CAMPUS MINISTRY The Baptist Campus Ministry has been around for a long time. Every Thursday night Vespers is held at Al- len Hall. This year, several members traveled to Lake Yale, Florida, for the B.C.M. State Convention and to Ridge- crest, North Carolina for Student Week. Everyone is always w elcome to join the fun. CATHOLIC CAMPUS MINISTRY The Catholic Campus Ministry is growing each year. On Sunday ' s they celebrate Mass together in the Stetson Room. At other times you will find them busy in the Newman House, where the door is always open. Catholic Campus Ministry Members 106 — Organizations WESLEY HOUSE HOST HOSTESS PROGRAM WESLEY HOUSE On the campus of Stetson Univer- sity there is something for every- one. There are places where people of different denominations go to v orship. One of these is Wesley House. This is the home of the Methodist Campus Ministry. Their activities include Bible studies, dis- cussion groups, recreational activi- ties, and public ministries. Mem- bers are encouraged to seek spiritu- al growth. Weslev House Members Stetson University has several new organizations on campus. One of these is the Host Hostess Pro- gram. Ten students are selected to be guides to prospective students and sometimes put them up for the night. They assist in the admissions office in other ways and provide a nervous visitor with a friendly face. Mark McMaster, Tambre Ware, Chuck Wolfe, Luis Lamadrid, Jean Jordan. Greg Doescher. Organizations — 107 RGANIZATIONS FRENCH CLUB SCABBARD AND BLADE FRENCH CLUB The French Club is new this year. La Societe Francaise was started by students who were abroad last year in Dijon, France. They have already put on a French play and a French breakfast. Staff: Christi Linsler, President; Sara Larsen, Vice President; Meg Feus, Secretary. SCABBARD AND BLADE Scabbard and Blade is a ROTC honorary establishing harmonious relationships between its members and those of the surrounding com- munities. It also promotes brother- hood among cadets. Members must be enrolled in ROTC, maintain a 2.3 GPA, and pass the Army Physical Preparedness Test to be a member. Fronr row: Andy Thurlow. Ron Smarkusky Betsy Aldrich, Dave Lent. Pat Harrison. Back row: Bill .Millard, leff Bauschlicher, Ken Curtis. Ed Kertis. kichard Pringle, Robbie Risberg. 1 08 — Organizations AREA CO ORDINATORS Mark Barnes Area Coordinator What are the Area Coordin- ators? They are graduate stu- dents who are famihar with the counseling fields. Their jobs entail supervision of resi- dential life, informal disciplin- ary action, and short-term counseling. Although located in New Mens and Chaudoin respectively, Mark and Sandra are responsible for all residen- tial housing. Sandra Swanson Area Coordinator Organizations — 109 iRGANIZATIONS STETSON HALL CONRAD HALL STETSON HALL STAFF What is Stetson Hall? Fuschia- colored muscle shirts, a very warm atmosphere, sun-bathers making a path to the library, all typically de- note Stetson Hall. The enthusiastic Stetson Hall Staff is led by Head Resident Janice Clayton. Their ac- tivities include their annual Haunt- ed House, Dorm Flicks, and other social and intellectual activities throughout the year. Here they are ' Marguerite Ball, Tamara Maule, Maria Figueiras, Amy Hirschy, Susan McDaniel, Mary McFarland, Beverly Seymour, Donna Strickland, Ann Wall, and Janice Clayton. CONRAD HALL STAFF Conrad? What is Conrad? Fresh paint, typing rooms, and returning residents are all a part of Conrad Hall. The Conrad Staff, under the leadership of the Head Resident Kit- ty Davidson, took advantage of the remodeling to unify the dorm as a whole. Educational and social events made the Conrad face-lift complete. On Conrad Staff are: Barbara Antonetti, Alison Evans, Susan Mactye, Nadine Grissett, Heather Hayman, and Kitty Davidson. 110 — Organizations - EMILY - CHAUDOIN - WEST UNIVERSITY CHAUDOIN HALL STAFF What is Chaudoin? Light blue Surf Shirts, the area coordinator ' s office, the Chaudoin beach, are typically Chaudoin. With Tracy Granata as Head Resident, Chaudoin residents enjoyed their annual Twelve Days of Christmas, the Smith Hall carolers, and video movies. The Chaudoin resi- dents pride themselves in the fact that their evacuation procedures meet the qualifications set by the state of Flor- ida. The Chaudoin Hall Staff are: Tracy Granata, Marilyn Drivas, Cynthia Felberg, Dawn Green, Rebecca Layton, Marcia Mueller, K, Page Nanna, Suzanne Piper, Kimberly Smith, EMILY HALL STAFF What is Emily Hall? Purple and wrhite half-shirts, varigat- ed rooms, and the ability to do your own thing are associated with Emily Hall. With Head Resident Val Nelson at hand, the Emily residents noted a new atmosphere in their be- loved dorm. Proud of the fact that they are the only resi- dence hall on campus with their own ice machine, Emily frequently sponsors dorm par- ties. WEST UNIVERSITY What is West University? With Tami Miller as combina- tion Head Resident Resident Advisor, the West University residents call it a hotel-like at- mosphere. West University is the only dorm with their own private swimming pool which sticks within the confines of their motto. " Small, but proud. " Making up Emily Hall Staff are: Val Nelson, Virginia Gilliland, Sharon Hazelgrove, Jodi Jones, Jane Keller, Alison Simpson, Elizabeth Wieler, Hallie Zobel. Organizations — 1 1 1 iRGANIZATIONS CARSON-HOLLIS STAFF This past summer, Carson Hall underwent extensive renovation and emerged as two residence halls. Carson Hall houses the men resi- dents, while Hollis Hall, named after Nina B. Hollis, houses the fe- male residents. Two separate build- ings, joined by a connecting walk- way, became the most innovative living area on Stetson ' s campus. This residence hall contains a kitch- en, laundry room and lounge all uti- lized by both the men and women residents. Rick Stahl, Stacey Michaud, Luis Lamadrid, Donna Fessler, Andy Thurlow. SMITH HALL STAFF Smith Hall residents enjoyed a well-rounded campus life. Sponsor- ing student socials and educational functions helped create a sense of unity. Leading this transformation was Head Resident, Bill Siciliano. Richard King, Tony DeSantis, Stephen McDaniel. Mark McGowan, Bill Siciliano, Bill Lawrence, Ralj Antonetti. 112 — Organizations CORDIS - NEW MEN ' S CORDIS HALL STAFF Cordis Hall, " The Weil-Oiled Ma- chine, " has really proven this year that they are not just the same old bunch! Under the leadership of Head Resident Jim Schulenberg, Cordis Hall had activities ranging from a " Nuts and Bolts " dance v ith Chaudoin, to an afternoon of rap- pelling at the ROTC tower. Without a doubt, the residents of Cordis found that at Stetson. Cordis is the residence hall to be in for a good time. The Cordis Hall Staff NEW MEN ' S STAFF New Men ' s residents have en- joyed a year of great improvements as well as fun-filled programs and new-found friendships. In addition to redesigning the main lounge. New Men ' s has been active in cam- puswide socials, intramurals, and community service activities. Throughout the year, New Men ' s has been innovative in its program- ming including its new Resident Sharing Program. New Men ' s also fosters the ideal atmosphere for a learning community. New Men ' s is more than just a residence hall . . . it ' s an ADVENTURE!! jary Spraker, Devin DePuy, Chud Dollison, Bill Cumbie, lohn Ariale, Bob Connor, Kevin Kelly, Bill Nieporte. Organizations — 113 GANIZATIONS STETSON SECURITY POLITICAL FORUM STETSON SECURITY Security is always there when you need them. They are always on duty and walking around campus all hours of the day. Some of you have even gotten tickets from them. Yet, they work much harder than the average student gets to see. The Political Forum seeks to in- crease understanding, discussion, thought, and participation in poli- tics. Although it has only been on campus a short while, it is a very active group. Anyone is welcome to join their weekly meetings. Members of the Political Forum 114 — Organizations ASSOCIATION FOR COMPUTER MACHINERY MUSIC EDUCATORS NATIONAL CONFERENCE ASSOCIATION FOR COMPUTER MACHINERY Being one of the newest organiza- tions on campus, the Association for Computer Machinery began the year estabUshing its membership and set- ting down their goals. Under the lead- ership of advisor Dr. Michael Branton and President Celia Dowling, the ACM strives to promote excellency in the computer field. Members of A. CM. MUSIC EDUCATORS NATIONAL CONFERENCE The Stetson University Music Edu- cators Conference is an organization designed to promote excellency in the field of Music Education. The Organi- zation sponsors workshops designed to inform and assist the future educators of Stetson University in developing skills and philosophies. Members of M.E.N.C. Organizations — 115 RGANIZATIONS ACCOUNTANCY CLUB ORDER OF SMALL BUSINESS ACCOUNTANCY CLUB One of Stetson University ' s newest organizations is the Accoun- tancy Club. The club membership is comprised of Accounting majors. Under the leadership of advisor, Jo- seph J. Master, the Accountancy Club strives to promote excellency in the accounting field. Officers: Jim Appelt, President; Jofin Waller, Vice President: losie Tulka, Treasurer: loan lolley, Secrete ORDER OF SMALL BUSINESS Stetson University ' s Order of Small Business organization strives to promote excellency within the field of business. The OSBI is made up of business majors who plan to enter the small business area upon graduation. Although the group consists mainly of business majors, other students are encouraged to participate in their meetings and ac- tivities. Order of Small Business Members: Officers; |ulie Korfage, President; Pat Sedlack. Vice President; Tar Corbin. Secretary. 116 — Organizations PUBLICATIONS BOARD FRATERNITY COUNSELORS PUBLICATIONS BOARD The Publications Board consists of the editors and business manag- ers of the three student pubUca- tions, the Hatter, The Reporter, and the Touchstone, three representa- tives at large, and the faculty advi- sors of the publications. Their main function is making certain the pub- lications are completed on time and efficiently. ieated: Ann Burlin, loan [olley. Standing: Rick White, [ayne Marlowe. Sam Acevedo. and Greg Doescher. FRATERNITY COUNSELORS Fraternity Graduate Counselors are staff members of Student Life whose responsibilities include managing fraternity houses and providing program resources for in- dividual fraternities and the Inter- Fraternity Council. The staff spon- sors several w orkshops and a retreat in Daytona Beach for fraternity offi- ated: [eff Ryan. Randy Gordon. Standing: Mike Sciiwallie. Ed Kertis, Tony Schroeter. and Todd charrison. Organizations — 1 1 7 RGANIZATIONS INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL PANHELLENIC INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL The Inter-Fraternity Council con- sists of representatives of each frater- nity. Its purpose is to promote unity among the brothers, govern the ac- tions of the groups, and assist them in any way possible. Along with these re- sponsibilities, the IFC also helps to plan events such as Greek Weekend and Rush. PANHELLENIC COUNCIL Acting as the sister-unit to the IFC, the Panhellenic assists in the planning of Greek Weekend, Rush, and the other activities that the sorori- ties participate in. They were involved in the fund raising for the " My House " program by sponsoring a SEE-SAW- MARATHON. They also assist in the fund-raising of Greenfeather. Panhellenic Council Members 118 — Organizations PHI ETA SIGMA FORENSICS PHI ETA SIGMA Phi Eta Sigma, the organization which honors students who have excelled during their freshman year, was chartered in 1978. To be eligible for this organization a fresh- man must have achieved a 3.5 grade point average. Phi Eta Sigma Members FORENSICS Since 1902, the Forensics team has been an organization for extra- curricular speech competition. It al- lows students to improve their pub- lic speaking and performance skills. The team participates in many dif- ferent competitions throughout the United States and has consistently ranked within the top 25 programs nationally. Forensics Team Members Organizations — 11 9 o RGANIZATIONS ALPHA KAPPA PSI - HONORS PROGRAM - ALPHA KAPPA PSI Professionalism in business best describes Alpha Kappa Psi. Found- ed in 1968, the Theta Mu Chapter has been furthering the welfare of individual members, fostering re- search in business fields, and pro- moting the advancement of courses leading to degrees in business ad- ministration. Those business or eco- nomics students wrho maintain a 2.0 GPA, and wrho went to further the ideals of professionalism in every- day life qualify for membership in AKPsi. Officers: Holly Richardson, President; Joan Jolley, First Vice-President; Rick White, Second Vice-President; Gina Cammarata, Treasurer; |osie Tulka, Recording Secretary; Lanetta Johnson, Corresponding Secretary; Kathy Vites, Historian. HONORS PROGRAM The Honors Program entered its 27th year at Stetson this year. Hon- ors helps to cultivate academic achievements among its members. Members come from the top ten percent of their high school class and are selected upon student appli- cation. This departmental organiza- tion sponsors the Honors classes and the weekly Honors Colloquium. I ' he Members of the Honors Program. 120 — Organizations THETA ALPHA PHI THETA ALPHA PHI Theatre describes what Theta Al- pha Phi is all about. Serving Stetson since 1920, the honorary theatre fra- ternity has been increasing interest, stimulating creativity, and fostering achievement in the allied arts of the theatre. Tapping occurs when pro- spective members earn a specific amount of points by participating in three or more major areas of theatre activitie s. This spontaneous group never has a dull moment. They are ac- tive in Stetson ' s three major produc- tions, two children ' s theatres, work with the opera, and numerous other activities. officers: Dean Alexander, President; David Fussel hornlon, Treasurer; Vicki Griffiths, Historian. Vice-President; Debbie Harter, Secretary; Sharon Organizations — 121 l ROUND THE CAMPUS 122 — Around the Campus Around the Campus — 123 A ROUND THE CAMPUS 124 — Around the Campus Around the Campus — 125 l ROUND THE CAMPUS 126 — Around the Campus Around the Campus — 127 128 Classes On Monday, the 5th of November 1883, De Land Academy opened with 13 students in at- tendance. We have come a long w ay since then: Stetson University began its 101st Year with 2,795 students in all divisions on all of its cam- puses. These students come from all over the United States and from 22 foreign countries. We are looking forward to another century of growth. THE NEXT HUNDRED YEARS — r984 HATTER — 129 Seniors of the 101st Year As the members of the senior class of 1984 came to Stetson University in the fall of 1979, they were probably not fully aware of the place they were to hold in the history of Florida ' s oldest institution of higher learning — the first graduating class of Stetson ' s second century As they moved into the residential halls, raced to orientation events, and suffered through their first registration, few could anticipate the pomp and circumstance that was to surround the Centennial Convocation, Founder ' s Day, and graduation. In 1979, the members of the class of 1984 were freshmen. The graduating seniors of Stetson University ' s 101st year were more concerned with such things as Eh 101: Communications than with their place in history Eh 101: Communications — frequently referred to as " freshman anguish " — certainly seemed more urgent than the apparently distant future. Only a few months earlier, the new faces on Stetson ' s campus had been the kings and queens on their respective high school campuses. They had been the brightest and the best — the proven scholars, the starting athletes, the student leaders, the gifted musicians, the talented artists. They had enjoyed the applause which had celebrated their achievements. In September 1979, they were just freshmen again. Used to earning " A ' s " and " B ' s " in everything — especially EngUsh — they were required to take a course in reading, writing, thinking, and language use. Eh 101 hardly foreshadowed the celebration that was to commemorate the beginnings of the University ' s second century and the graduation of the second century ' s first senior class. For many that fall. Eh 101 represented a disturbing introduction to higher education. The new classmates represented stiffer competition than those back home. Being able to read and write did not insure superiority over others in the class. Professors declined to accept at face value any idea without substantial and vivid supporting evidence. Grammar, punctuation and spelling errors elicited gigantic reductions in grades. Daily classes, assignments for the sake of busy work, instruction at a snail ' s pace, and remedial review sessions had been replaced by classes two or three times a week, major essays due every week, independent study, and midterms and finals. Essays demonstrating the knowledge, the talents, the creativity and the hard work that had been rewarded with high grades and glowing praise just months earlier now were earning " C ' s " or lower. Ah, how things change so quickly! To have to take a required course in reading, writing, thinking, and language use was bad enough, but to receive commonplace grades in it was so unbecoming yesterday ' s stars. But the freshmen-to-be-1984-seniors learned. They wore out the grammar handbooks and the dictionaries; they planned, wrote, revised, and revised again and again those essays; they scheduled their time; they balanced their personal needs and the academic requirements. The D and F slips of that first grade inventory were soon ancient bad memories as the form and content of their essays developed into college-level quality They learned to take chances; they learned to challenge themselves, their classmates, and their professors with ideas that would not have occurred to them just a few months ago. True, few would be tapped into Phi Beta Kappa on the basis of their Eh 101 grade. In fact, some would spend several se- mesters overcoming the damage that the entire first semester ' s grades had done to their overall grade point average. But, the Eh 101 experience became a prototype for the next four years: first, starting over; then, learning the basics; and finally extending the challenge. The members of the class of 1984 became sophomores and then juniors and finally seniors as they fulfilled requirements and moved into their respective majors. They also became student leaders, starting athletes, publication editors, head residents, and citizens. The lessons in reading, writing, thinking — as well as humility — served them well as the maturing students worked towards the day when they would be applauded as members of the first class to graduate in Stetson University ' s second century They could enjoy starring roles in the festivities surround- ing the centennial celebrations. Now it is 1984. Thoughts turn to a well-earned graduation, to possible careers, to future families, and to community service. But the class of 1984 — the graduating seniors in Stetson University ' s 101st year — recall well one of the primary lessons learned in Eh 101 — tomorrow always a freshman. As Stetson University begins its second hundred years unwilling to rest upon its hallowed tradition and reputation, the graduates of the University ' s 101st year know they must begin again by starting over, by learning anew, and by taking on fresh challenges. — Dr. Michael Raymond 130 — Classes Seniors Class of 1984 Maria T. Albano John C. Alexander, ]r. Carol Algozzina John M. Ariale Alyse L. Aronstamn Susan C. Ary Edward C. Augustine James T. Bailey Kevin R. Baisley Dana K. Baldwin Anita M. Bardeen Timothy V. Barley Sharilou Baulch Madeline M. Bechtold Catherine Beebe Charles R. H. Behm Seniors Classes — 131 Nina Y. Belanger William G. Belcher II James D. Berry Robert R. Berry Charles E. Blackmon Jamie A. Bonura Julie A. Boos Laura L. Boyd Scot A. Brands Paul D. Brewer William M. Bricker Karen F. Brillante David A. Bronstein Lynn A. Broom Elizabeth C. Brown Scot R. Browning Lynn C. Bryan Stacia L. Bryan Sandra L. Burgreen Belinda L. Caldwell 132 — Classes Seniors Gina J. Cammarata Jacquelyn A. Carkhuff Nancy A. Carretta James W. Carter Margaret M. Casey Susan L. Chambers Andrew S. Civiletti Keith R. Clark Janice L. Clayton Amy R. Clemmens James M. Cohen Barbara A. Coleman Catherine E. Collins Robert T. Connor Corinne G. Convercey Karen A. Cooksey William C. Copper Tara A. Corbin Scott Cox Thora A. Crighton Seniors Classes — 133 Sheperd H. Curl Keith C. Cutler Catherine V. Davi Kitty Davidson Rose Davis Suzanne M. DeLaughter Sharon L. Dell Anita B. DeMarsh Carey L. Dibble Carla L. DiMauro Joanne Diniaco Kenneth H. Dittman William S. Dodson Celia A. Dowling John A. Dunn Susan G. Dye Laurence E. Edmondson Robert E. Efird Thomas C. Fazio Faith R Feiler 134 — Classes Seniors Ronda G. Ferguson Charles C. Fernsell IV Marianne Ferrara Donna Marie Fessler Colleen A. Flannery Bertha V. Forbes Keith E. Ford Gregory S. Frazee Debora D. Freeman Daniel R. Fricioni Martha H. Fry Katharine M. Fuller Cheryl A. Furr Brenda K. Gandy hJ Joseph C. Gardyasz Mary H. Genz Gary W. Gettman Jacqueline S. Geyer Julie A. Gibson Christina R. Giddings Seniors Classes — 135 James L. Gilbert Randolph A. Gordon Sandra E. Gramlich Tracy A. Granata Dinkins G. Grange Charles }. Greathouse Catherine M. Green Dawn E. Green Timothy A. Greene Daniel }. Gress Gina L. Griffin Scott R. Griggs Angela L. Guthrie Christopher D. Hale Faye C. Hanks Debra E. Harman Ricky L. Harris Wlliam A. Hartman Debbie L. Haun Sharon L. Hazelgrove 136 — Classes Seniors Angela V. Head Linda L. Hedgepeth Elaine M. Heleen Joy Y. Helmick Kevin D. Hendrix Kimberley A. Hiley Lisa A. Hine Dawn J. Hoeldtke Robert W. Hoelscher II Victoria L. Holcombe Constance L. Holmes Mary A. Howard Neil Huhta Deborah J. Humphrey Seniors Classes — 137 Mlliam R. Hutchinson Barbara N. lannone Gabriella D. Irazabal Monica D. Jackson Fred E. Jacobs Doreen M. Jetty Nausliad N. Jivraj Joan E. Jolley Jodi E. Jones Patricia L. Jordan Kimberly A. Juda Sabine Kager Brenda Kalas Daniel J. Keane Cassandra D. Kellam Kevin J. Kelly Kevin W. Kennedy Clay Kent Timothy L. Kilpatrick Lisa King 138 — Classes Seniors 1 ?l M . . 1 X. v jmBj Jl m Richard G. King Julie C. Korfage Maria F. Kostidakis Kevin G. Kratina Julie L. Krause Kimberley A. Kusliman Luis M. Lamadrid Allison A. Lanier Kerry A. Larkin Sara L. Larsen Theodore J. Latimer Joanne Lauder William E. Lawrence Monty R. Laycox Rebecca L. Layton David H. Lent Lisa S. Leonard Kristene J. Linsler Johnathan W. Locke LaDawn R. Long Seniors Classes — 139 Lynn R. Longdon Patricia A. Losch Fred A. Love, Jr. Kenneth W. Lucas Bruce R. MacFarlane Laurie A. Maclntyre Mary E. Maloney Kay Mangham Amy E. Manke Marisa Mardigian James A. Marsee, Jr. David E. Marsh Charles H. Mathis, Jr. Elizabeth A. Matthews 140 — Classes Seniors Randall J. Maurer Peter J. May Donald C. Mays Sarah M. McLeod Pamela S. McMillan Andrew S. Meit Caren R. Merritt Mari L. Messersmith Eileen M. Meyer Stacey E. Michaud Bill Millard i M Janny Millard Tami L. Miller Gary D. Mims Harriett V. Monroe Susan E. Montony Sheila D. Morris Melanie D. Morrow Lance D. Mudgett Peter R. Mundie Seniors Classes — 141 Boyd Murphree Francis M. Murphy Nancy E. Nash Pamela R. Nelson Valerie R. Nelson Helen A. Nielander Lance C. Ortiz Elizabeth A. Palmer Karen G. Papendick Mark T. Pappas Luis G. Pedraja Carole D. Pelham Melissa S. Penland Jon Pequignot Erica E. Persson Steven P. Peterson Dennis A. Pfiester Robert J. Pile Eileen J. Pistey Peter J. Polack 142 — Classes Seniors Jaime R. Polit Glendon F. Poole Michelle R. Premuto m Richard W. Pringle Michael A. Proetta Elmer G. Pruim III Tracey Queen David D. Rathburn John J. Recupero John K. Rehrig Bruce J. Reiersen Murray C. Relf Janet L. Reynolds Kimberly A. Richards Holly E. Richardson Todd C. Richardson Lynn M. Ridgway Nikki E. Robinson Wendy A. Robinson James L. Roble Seniors Classes — 143 Jeffrey D. Roble Bruce L. Rogers Josephine M. Rogers Susan L. Roulstone Helen Rowe George A. Ryan, Jr. Jeffrey W. Ryan Felipe G. Sanchez Barton R Schade Lee E. Schefer Thomas H. Schmid James E. Schulenberg Deanna J. Schuler MUiam J. Sciacca Maria A. Sciaino Timothy R Serio Steven D. Sewell Julie A. Seymour Emilie W. Shaw Tyler G. Shely III 144 — Classes Seniors iimk Sheryl A. Shive William P. Siciliano V Linda A. Simon Alison J. Simpson Michele S. Skelton Robert J. Slama Richard M. Slone ■M jiiUm Sandra E. Smalley Ronald Smarkusky Denise C. Smith Kristi A. Smith Sharon A. Smith Bonni M. Spatara Robert G. Spooner Rick T. Stahl Diane L. Stavey William M. Steele III Pamela B. Stephens Hugh R Suhr «e- s,i.;dMH Steve M. Surratt Seniors Classes — 145 Craig W. Suttie Mark D. Sutton Sharon L. Swanbery James C. Teets Kurt J. Tesh David C. Thrash Henry A. Thurlow, Jr. Tracy D. Tidwell Bernard E. Tomasky Patricia A. Tredway Dennis L. Tucker Josie Tulka Michael S. UlUan Mary A. Unrein Troy A. Varnum Sandra L. Varon Katherine D. Vites Dawn Wadsworth Petra A. Wagner Coni K. Wallace 146 — Classes Seniors iyli Joette M. Walls Beth D. Walrath Terence M. Ward Randy Ware Cynthia S. Way Scott D. Wellman Carl A. Wesneski Donna L. Weyd Michael Wherley Thomas L. Whiteside, Jr. Elizabeth M. Wieler Leah A. Williams Scott P. Williams Denise A. Williamson Edison Woods, Jr. Deborah L. Wotring Brian R. Yale Janet L. Young Hallie L. Zobel Pamela A. Zulli Seniors Classes — 147 Class of 1985 Marylena Abisher Samuel Acevedo Shannon Ajluni Betsy Aldrich Edson Alexander, Jr. Laurie Anderson Adrienne Andreson Jay Bailey Patricia Bailey Meggins Ball Jeffrey Ballard Brad Barnhill Michelle Bascom Michael Batts Heidi Bauerle Lauren Bear Betty Beck Erin Bell Denise Belyew Lisa Birkenstock 148 — Classes Juniors Tonya Bishop Donna Blanchard Jeff Boggs Kathy Bounds Kirk Boutwell Winifred Bowers Chris Bredbenner Vicky Brewer Deanna Brorup John Brown Demise Buckheister Debbie Bunde Jeffrey Burnett Mike Burnick Janice Butt Ralph Cacci Beth Cadwell Latriva Cannon Frances Carlson Todd Carney Susan Carter Marlen Cepero Jeff Chamberlin Anthony Childers Juniors Classes — 149 Douglas Clark Greg Coleman Teri Coltrane Joshua Colwell Roxanne Coupas Zola Crespo Pete Cummings Linda Cupick Christine Davenport Frances De Joy Cathy Demott Lori De Pamphilis Jennifer Doheny Kathleen Doty Diane Dramko Marilyn Drivas Lori Drummond Linda Dunn John Ebenger Mariam Elbualy Melanie Faile Tracey Fanguiaire Dean Fennell Jorge Fernandez 150 — Classes Juniors Suzanne Folkerson Augustus Fountain III Mark Frutchey Lisa Garnsey Robert Gaudet Alan Gaylord Jennifer Geiger Ginny Gilliland Jacque Goodson John Goodwin Tim Goodwin Patricia Griffin Randall Griffin 1 Nadine Grissett Marcie Groover Veronique Gumbs Heather Hayman Greg Henderson Juniors Classes — 151 Mary Herman Brian Hill Mary Hines Amy Hirschy Susan Hoffer Benjamin Holmes Richard Howell Terry Humes Robin lackson Andy lohnson Angela Johnson Christopher Johnson Brad Johnston Jane Keller Abby Kennedy Michael Kennedy Joanne Kin Brian Krames Lisa Kraus Marlene Kruelle Jared Kullman Robert Lambright Randall Lee Sally Lester 152 — Classes Juniors Kamala Lewis Jeffrey List Pamela Listiak Cynthia Long Jacqueline Martin John Mathias Tamara Maule Mary May Dan McCarthy Kathleen McCarthy Shannon McCullough Mark McGowan George McKelvey III David Michael Lori Michnowicz David Miller Nancy Miller Joe Millikan Linda Morton Marcia Mueller Shoib Myint Page Nanna William Nieporte Tony Offerle Juniors Classes — 153 Tim Parker Robin Paul Elena Pavlos Jeff Pelzer Bobby Pirson Lisa Pitchford Kelda Pittman Edward Poirier Ann Pommersheim Deborah Ponder Angela Pruett Emory Putman, Jr. Craig Putnal David Ragan Mark Ranges Carei. Read Tammy Reeves Michaell Reilly Terri Reynolds Robert Risberg Marcia Robinson George Romagnoli Colleen Ross David Rossiter 154 — Classes Juniors Wendy Rushton Charlie Sadler Elizabeth Schautz Keith Schenck Lewie Schwartz Sherri Self Shannon Semino Steve Senkevich Beverly Seymour Robert Shaw, Jr. Jamie Simpson Sally Skehan Kimberly Smith Sharon Smithson Keith Sokolsky Syd Speer Joe Spiriti Brian Squillace Guy Stalnaker .• ' j» ' i-, ■ ■ " - ' X; Mark Stanhope i ' ■ ' ■•J JC " ik. ■ : ' ' -S ! ' ,•■, ■■ ' -H Deborah Stebbins Gena Strapple Donna Strickland Maureen Sullivan Juniors Classes — 155 Eileen Taft Michael Tagg Janice Teal Alison Thornal Steve Thorne Dave Tournade Margie Treece Carla Turner Benjamin Turoff Ronald Vara Steve Webster Allison Wells Cheryl West Kendrick White Laura Whitestine Lori Wilkinson Charles Willits Dirk Willumsen Theresa Wimberg Charles Wolfe Stephanie Wood Thomas York Mark Zeigler Diane Zygar 156 — Classes Juniors Class of 1986 Dawn Acquaro Hope Adams Dawn Anderson Amber Aranda Timothy Arnheim Doug Barker John Bartels Janis Basta Jodi Bayer Stephanie Bayne Wendy Bear Debby Black Karen Black Judi Bland Laura Bond Mary Boone Carol Bowling Dallas Boychuk Cindy Bradley Rachel Brandes Sylvia Brannen Bob Brown Kevin Brown Jeff Caglianone James Carlstedt Sophomores Classes — 157 Lisa Carlton Kim Carpenter Mark Carper W. Lee Carter III Roxanne Cason Randy Chesak Beth Chesser Alica Cimino Susan Clark Ron Cole Cindy Conerly Philip Conilio Michael Coppock Patrick Coughlan Tammy Cox Edward Creswell Cheryl Croft Amy Crutchfield Mary Cubbedge Cherie Curry Chad Dalson Ingrid Daly John Danko Joey Dato J. Paul Davis Pam Dennis Tim DeSantis Pamela Dhaliwal Nancy Diamantini John Dovale M ' 158 — Classes Sophomores Debbie Drake Mary Ebenger J. Edward Ellis Melinda Ellis Tom Ellis Michael Ely William Epting Linda Eriksen C Alison Evans Jennifer Evans Beth Everett Stephen Farinacci Richard Faulkner Dayna Fedele Karensue Ferber Margaret Feus Maria Figueiras Kelly Finton Bill Ford Tom Foskett Janet Eraser Ivette Garcia Sheryl Garvey Lisa Geiger Ron Geiger Monica Gepfrich Lisa Gettings Debbi Gibson Karen Gibson Skip Glass Sophomores Classes — 159 Stephen Glum Pamela Godoy Al Gonzalez Chip Graddy Edward Graham Jennifer Grames Jeff Gray Lisa Griner Laura Guiliano Tony Gustafson Karen Haas Mary Hadfield Maria Hadjoglou Roy Hale Renee Hanley Sissy Hardy Holly Harris Bo Hartley Lori Hastings Karyn Hede Sonny Hendricks Jacquelyn Hill Parrish Hill Jennifer Hogg Kimberly Hogston Lucy Huddleston Robert Hudson Donna Hunter Carolyn Irons Barbara Jeffries 160 — Classes Sophomores Dawn Johnson Karen Johnson Rob Johnson Laura Kamack Julie Kania Mark Kapusta Paul Kellam Tiffany Kimball Kristen Kimmell Kristen Kingston Maura Landers Diana Langston Dana Lenox Paige Leone Chris Linton-Smith Jodi Littleston Jennifer Lloyd Nancy Lopez Janine Luka Suzanne Lynch Deborah Maatta Mike Manderson Mary Mann Thomas McCauley Karen McCray Stephen McDaniel Susan McDaniel Carol McMurry Kathleen McNeilly Marilyn Metcalf Sophomores Classes — 161 Dee Dee Mikesell Susan Miles Bubba Miller Levonne Mitchell Charles Mizell Tonia Moro Cherie Morrison Aleesa Naish Justin Negron Tamara Neukom Diane O ' Connor Se-Uk Oh Jackie Olson Eileen O ' Neill Frank Orifici Mary Osteen Lisa Papa Suzanne Piper Timothy Pippin Sandra Plumlee Andy Porch Tamara Prescott Monica Price Blake Qua Douglas Quackenbos Karyn Rackley Kathryn Raper Amy Rawlins Eric Reyes Rob Robinson 162 — Classes Sophomores Ellie Rock Lori Rodenbaugh Jennifer Rupert Jane Salyer PI|MM Diane ScJiloesser iPIl Margie Schmid I Marlena Schulkind Joe Scliumaker Greg Scroggin ,6m j| Janet Sealy r " ' bB Jill Searcy j BT KatJierine Seiler iK Drew Severance H B Laura SJiaw Greg Sherman Ricky Sieper Susan Simcox Michiael Simon i, Julie Sintz ' ' I Lynn Slobusky Benjamin Span, Jr. Stephanie Spencer Sharon Steelman Sophomores Classes — 163 Karen Stettenbenz Anna Stevens D. Howard Stitzel III Annette Stoner Sara Stout Marcia Strader Tamara Sutton Patti Tatem Kelly Teets Kevin Thompson Laura Townsend Susan Tracy Veronica Trombino Andrew Trower Geoff Urban Denise Venezia Mike Vigliotti David Waldman Ann Wall Mark Washburn Dan Weatherford Julie Weber Monica Wells Richard White Mary Wilbanks Dawne Williams Deirdre Williams Mary Wingo Ray Wixcey Jeffrey Wood 164 — Classes Sophomores Class of 1987 Michael Alexander Carol Anderson Schanna Andrews Ralph Antonetti Dawn Arace Craig Arney Dennis Aubry Laura Auffant Douglas Babb Carol Bailey Melora Banner Karen Barkley Frank Barone Cherie Barrineau Tom Bass Lisa Beatty Susan Behnke Liz Bermant Julie Blumberg Bonnie Boyd Robert Branch Alan Brands Karen Bray Lori Brown Jim Buckley Freshmen Classes — 165 Dave Buth Arthur Byrne Suzan Cadman Aileen Callan Debra Campanola Susan Ann Campbell Amber Canettl Anna Carlson Cynthia Carlson Kim Carlton Linda Carroll Teresa Carswell Mark Carter Karen Casey Debi Chambers Corinne Chatfield Nam Yong Choe Debra Clark Stephen Cochran Cheryl Conklin Erin Connors Harrison Conyers Jane Cornelius Carmen Corvos Jennifer Cross Jennifer J. Davis Jennifer M. Davis Jon Deinard Lori Demott Melissa Derington 166 — Classes Freshmen Todd Doane Dana Dollison Brian Donlon Mary Donofrio Nancy Donovan Laura Dopslaff Tanya Doran Delin Duke Elizabeth Duncan Deborah Dunnavan Cynda Eades Lori Eckler Heidi Edge Ken Edwards Ingrid Eekhof Martha EUis Kirk Eppenstein Laura Ernst Chellie Eschbach Alicia Eubank Rebecca Faircloth Rob Falconetti Jennifer Fanzlaw Karen Faust Jayne Felton Debbie Ferguson David Fleming John Ford Holly Forman Beth Fortner Freshmen Classes — 167 Reggie Fountain Kelly Francis Susan Fulton Denise Gallarelli Lucy Garvin Davida Ghering Christy Giannella Mary Gifford Kenneth Gjertsen Lauren Goodman Vicki Griffiths Maria Groeschner Darcy Haag Andrew Haas Karen Hanks Dee Harmon Jeff Harris Kimberly Harrison F Keith Harvell Paul Hastings David Hasty Nancy Held Kim Heller II Whitney Henderson 168 — Classes Freshmen 4 1 y a im Jennifer Hester John Hiatt Janiece Holder Lynn Howard Susan Huff John Hunt Margot Hunter Shohreh Iravani Sandra Jeter Jill Johansen Tamara Jones Danielle Jorden Mark Judd Jolie Judy Herman Junker Sherry Junker Monique Kammerling John Kaspar Jeff Kaufman Sheryl Keith Ben Kennedy Mary Keyes Debbie King Laura Knirk Freshmen Classes — 169 Jeff Krai Du Ann Kremer Sharon Lawrence Ken Leeman Billy Lindholm Betty Llorens Dorothy Long Charlie Lundell Donna MacRae Tim Mallard Jeannine Marsman Glen Martin Renee Martone Maryan Matthews Michelle Maureau Marcy Mayberry Arthur McCormick Siobhan McCullough Melanie McGahee Linda McFarlane Michele Mcintosh Antionette McPherson John Means III Myra Miller Debra Mitchell Mark Montgomery Christine Moore Nancy Morrison Mari Musalen Corey Musselman 170 — Classes Freshmen Rose Newman John Nixdorf Eileen O ' Connor Eric Owens Mary Palenik Mark Perreault Julie Peters Nancy Peterson Natalie Phaneuf Robin Phillips Patti Plasket Jeri Poteat Barbara Raines Susan Ramaley Michelle Recourt Sylvia Redwine Michael Regas II Laura Reiche Darrin Reynolds Linda Rhoads Johnathan Ridler Susan Riley Alison Rinehart Lynette Rizzo Tom Roberts Celeste Rodgers Renee Rondinelli Sherri Saad Patti Salomon Laurie Scherock Freshmen Classes — 171 Taya Schmitz Kevin Sciacca Andrew Seenath Jim Seguine John Serko Bobby Shaw Mike Shim-konis Heather Sibley Kim SiciHano Patti Siering Jacquina Silva Corinne Simpson Traci Simpson Julie Smith Pat Smith Robin Smith Jack Souders Robin Stark Stacey Starling Denay Steele Robert Stevenson Sally Stoll Sandy Stone Melissa Strauch Lawrence Strawn Missy Summers Lisa Sumner Krissy Swanson Courtney Taylor Michael Terry 172 — Classes Freshmen Rene Tidwell Penelope Tolbert Antoinette Torres Tim Trese Kimberly Vach Robert Vail Mirtha Valdes Etienne Van Hissenhoven leffrey Van Mater Kaye Vermont Diana Voegtlin Vicki Voynitch John Wagner Alden Walker Sara Wal ker Tambre Ware Kim Warren Jo Waygood Ronda Webb Richard Weidman Julie Wells Cherie Wharton Scott Williams David Wilson Joy Wilson Rebecca Wise Matthew Woods Tanis Young Shaun Yule Freshmen Classes — 173 174 Our Strategy In May 1983, the Board of Trustees commit- ted Stetson University to a long-range strate- gy. The strategy includes this goal: — to strengthen Stetson ' s position as a na- tionally recognized private university. — by providing demanding academic and leadership programs for highly qualified students. — by providing encouragement and sup- port to faculty based on the criteria of teaching excellence, scholarship. Uni- versity service, and student advisement. — to the preservation of a size which nur- tures a caring environment. The faculty and administration are com- mitted to the ideas contained in this quota- tion: " It is not enough to teach a man a specialty. Through it he may become a kind of useful machine but not a harmoniously developed personality. It is essential that the student ac- quire an understanding of and a lively feeling for values. He must acquire a vivid sense of the beautiful and of the morally good. Other- wise he — with his specialized knowledge — more closely resembles a well-trained dog than a harmoniously developed person. He must learn to understand the motives of hu- man beings, their illusions, and their suffer- ings in order to acquire a proper relationship to individual fellowmen and the community. These precious things are conveyed to the younger generation through personal contact with those who teach, not — at least in the main — through textbooks. It is this that p ri- marily constitutes and preserves culture. " — Albert Einstein THE NEXT HUNDRED YEARS — 1984 HATTER — 175 President ' s Cabinet Seated: Derek Barkalow, Robert Chauvin, Denton Coker, Pope Duncan, Paul Langston, David Nylen; Standing: James Potter, Doug Li Garth Jenkins, Douglas Strickland Board of Trustees Frederick S. Allen Boulder, Colorado Richard Beauchamp Forest Park, Georgia J. Hyatt Brown Daytona Beach Alton Butler Pensacola Charles W. Campbell Jacksonville Doyle E. Carlton, Jr. Wauchula Nestor M. De Armas Winter Park Earl B. Edington St. Petersburg Ralph H. Ferrell Coral Gables Robert D. Flippo Umatilla David H. Harshaw Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania Mark C. Hollis Lakeland Thomas F Icard Bradenton Wendell Jarrard, Jr. Deland Kenneth P. Kirchman Orlando Robert McMillan Tallahassee Arthur N. Morris Baltimore, Maryland John L. Pelham Palatka M. E. Rinker West Palm Beach Robert L. Smith Pompano Beach William Amory Underbill Washington D.C. DeLand B. Frank Wheeler, Jr. Oviedo Amy S. Wilcox Jacksonville grr s President Pope A. Duncan " Willing to Risk " In his convocation address, Presi- dent Duncan describes the mindset we are to take on as Stetson enters its next one hundred years: " Our planning must not be timid. It is true that any goals which are wor- thy involve risks. Only those willing are able to lead! It has been said that ours is an age which wants security and not risks . . . Stetson has been a leader in the past, and we intend to lead in the future even with the risks which that entails . . . Our new strate- gy truly sets the stage for our response to the challenge in that it says we will move from the strength of the past and present into the future. It says that we will attack the future aggressively, even with risks. " October 1 1 " ii ' 1983 ° Students anw " -S and Cnii operates; anvth ' ' istrv u ■ ' " " e ges ;,„ because of r. ■ • " . sr.5 ;■ ' -°iis ™ti:s. " . " r - .. t year " " ents that " ' P " marJced our Sincerely e J esident u Provost Denton R. Coker " A Caring Community " " Because of the nature of our in- stitution - a caring community - we can do things for our students that others cannot. This is not to say we ' re better, but we are different. " For this reason, Provost Denton Coker finds it exciting to be at Stet- son. Dr. Coker ' s ongoing concern is to secure the best facuUy and aca- demic leaders possible for this insti- tution. He adds, " This is, will be, al- ways should be my concern. " More- over, he is concerned with bringing the best students to Stetson. Be- tween these two groups, the Provost sees a rapport and believes Stetson ' s environment fosters such a rela- tionship. These relationships, he believes, are invaluable in develop- ing values for living in today ' s world. " We want to grow, " he says, " but not too fast; we mustn ' t hinder these person-to-person relation- ships. " 178 Church Relations Chancellor Law School Top left: James Potter, Acting Vice President of Church Relations; Below left: Chancellor J. Ollie Edmunds; Bottom right: Bruce Jacob, Vice President of Stetson Law School 179 Planning and Development Douglas Lee " A National Reputation " " The decision has been made to com- pete, " says Dr. Doug Lee, Vice Presi- dent of Planning and Development. " The University w ill strive to attain a national reputation for academic ex- cellence. The funding for such compe- tition is crucial to its success. " Dr. Lee expects that the goal set five years ago of raising $50 million dollars w ill be reached this year. In the next one hun- dred years, the University ' s endow- ment is projected to be one billion dol- lars. Convinced of Stetson ' s potential and the appeal of its distinctive size and attitude, Dr. Lee is confident and enthusiastic about our next one hun- dred years. i=! O •1— I -(— ' cd u ' I— I Oh Front row: Shirley Haas, Helena Nyerges, Rean Schilling, Margaret Perino; Back row: Emmet Kelly, Mary McBride, Fred Cooper (also in insert) Front row: Kathy Smith, Susan Bauerle, Carol Larson, Sherry Gallentine; Back row: Linda Parson, Paul Lutz, H. Douglas Lee, Jack Fortes, Jackie Hays; Absent: Nancy Carter, Donald Page, (ohn Bowley Development Staff Business and Finance H. Graves Edmondson Vice President Sharon Cridge, Lucille Jackson, Ruby Pauley, Floyd Cameron (Director), Cathy England, Rosemary Hosford. Student Accounts Student Loans Comptroller Betty Wilkins, Mack Wadsworth, Dot Griffin, Darrell Benge (Comptroller), Lois Stevens, Dottie Eaves. Faculty— 181 Business and Finance, con ' t. Bookstore Purchasing Flora Monk, Jan Hayton, Vicki Gagnon, Pat Simmons, Maureen Jones, Bud Burley, Gerry Simmons, Letty Walsh, Everette Johnson (Director), Hazel Logan, Ruth Tapscott. Not pictured: Ralph Baker, Howard Knapp, Alberta Montgomery. Lucy Caruso, Wayne Hanks (Director), Kim Dorazio. I — Financial Aid Cordelia Cone, Norma Allen, Dan Moore (Director), Mary Slappey. Data 5! ' Processing Dick Wright, Lucy Fitzgerald, Bonnie Barber, Joanna Bedford 182— Faculty Food Service The entire food service crew is here ready to serve you. Right: James Madzinski and David Troupe (Director). Print Shop Robert Veilleux, Mario Losasso, Josephine Losasso, Jim Decker. Post Office Front: David Hickman, Bob Smith, loette Walls, Chris Fessler, [ill Meehan: Back: Bernard Tomasky, Ron Morris (Director). Faculty— 183 student Affairs E. Garth Jenkins Dean of Student Affairs Rodney Ellis Director Carlton Union Fran Perrotta, George Williams (Director). Placement — ' Faculty— 185 Admissions Gary Meadows Admissions Office Front row: Eileen Merrill, Jean Jordan, Gladys Wilcox, Bert Williams, Pat Robbins; Back row: Gary Meadows, Millie McCain, Don Lubbers, Jim Bambrick Counseling Center George W. Hood Counseling Staff George Hood, Ailene Abernethy, Esther Stephenson, Anita S. Byorek 186 Registrar ' s Office Front: Lu Wilson; Back row: Beverly Carter, Evelyn Banks, A. L. Wehrle, Lois Hanson Library Staff First row: Anne Hurst, Margie Miavez, Pat Westbrook, Madeline Quinn; Second row: Geri Littler, Pat Nordman, Bonnie McMillan; Third row: Barbara Cullen, Susan Connell, Marlene Beeler, Betty Johnson; Fourth row: Joe Myers, Sims Kline, Ruth Armstrong Registrar Alfred L. Wehrle Library Sims D. Kline Acting Director 187 College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Robert S. Chauvin Dean After serving the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences as Dean for several years, Dr. Robert S. Chauvin is step- ping dov n from that position. He in- tends to stay on as a professor at Stet- son. Dean Chauvin says the following regarding his position: " The major components of a University, I believe, are faculty, students, library and laboratory facilities. It is the role of the ad- ministration to bring these to- gether and to establish a climate where they may function effec- tively and efficiently in the uni- versal search for truth. A dean, as the executive head of the college or school, has the pri- mary responsibility for establish- ing and maintaining this climate for learning. He is the liaison be- tween the President and the Board of Trustees and the depart- ments within his college. I have sought to fill this role, and at the same time allow each department and professor some sovereignty and room for development. The College of Liberal Arts has recruited and appointed out- standing professors over the years. They will maintain the high standard of excellence for which this college is and will con- tinue to be widely known. Stet- son University has been a part of my life and I consider myself for- tunate to have had a minor role in its history. " Robert S. Chauvin 188— Faculty Art Gary Libby, Fred Messersmith (Chair), Dan Gunderson Education T.E. Smotherman, Carol Corcoran, James Coffee (Chair), Glen Epley; Not pictured: Ruth Arnold, M.S.J. Greek, Elizabeth Heins, George Hood, Marga- ret Horton, Richard Mor- land, Sandra Raborn, Eliza- beth Schumaker, Robert Weickel. English Front: Ellen Smith, Jane Bradford, Jill Goodman, Marianne Avola, William Taylor; Back: Bryan Gille- spie, Michael Raymond, Wayne Dickson (Chair), Eric Jones, John Greenfield, C. Carter Colwell. Faculty— 189 Foreign Languages v?. Front: Richard Ferland, Ja- net Anderson, Gerald An- derson, Hertha Berry, Elsie Minter; Back: Jesse Berry, Robert Smith, Mario Al- dana. Religion Philosophy Earl Joiner, James Beasley, Mitchell Reddish, Don Musser; Inset: Rob Brady, Philosophy Department. Speech Theatre Marjorie Gilbert, James Wright (Chair); Not pic- tured: Ann Burlin, Bruce Griffiths. 190— Faculty Biology Francis Knapp (Chair), Derek Barkalow, David Stock, Elaine Norman, Keith Hansen Che mistry Ted Beiler (Chair), Bill Fur- long, Kenneth Everett, Frank Bozard, James DeLap, Edwin Coolidge Mathematics Front: Mike Branton, Nancy Wilton, David Lawson; Back: Debbie Branton, Eliz- abeth Magarian, Annette Gilespie, Kathy Alexander Faculty— 191 Physics Pan Papacosta, Thomas Lick (Chair), Anthony Jusick. American Studies Gerald Critoph, John Hague (Chair). Economics i Richard Wood, Ida Tatum, Neil Long (Chair), John Booth. 192— Faculty History Evans Johnson (Chair), Mal- colm Wynn, Paul Sleeves, Marc Lovelace, Kevin O ' Keefe. Geography Geology Bruce Bradford, Robert Chauvin. Military Science Front: MAJ George Alex- ander, SFC Dennis Fisher, MAJ Tim Gillette, LTC Rob- ert Weiss, Mrs. Margaret Bean; Back: MSGS James Dees, MAJ Joseph Wolfe, SSG John Billups, GPT Gary McMillan, GPT Howard Swanson. Not pictured: SGM John Pope, MSG How- ard O ' Neal, SFC Richard Leonard. Faculty— 193 Political Science Gary Maris, T. Wayne Bailey (Chair). Psychology Richard Kindred, William Hale, Richard Medlin, Dwaine Cochran (Chair). Sociology lohn Schorr. Charles Vedder (Chair), Joel Wright 194— Faculty Faculty— 195 School of Business Administration David W. Nylen Dean Top right: Dean Nylen hard at work in his office. Bottom left: Dean Nylen finds some spare time in his day to go for a ride on his moped. YOUR EDITOR INTERVIEWS SOMEWHAT RETIRING DEAN DAVID NYLEN OF THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Editor: I hear you ' re stepping down as dean after this year. Dean: Yes, madam, that is true. Editor Tulka: Do you think you ' ll be able to earn a living? Dean Nylen: I thought I ' d go straight and become a teacher. Ms. Tulka: Sounds like a cop out. Tell me, what have been the high points as dean? Dr. Nylen: Well, the chalkboards in Davis Hall, I guess. Josie: That ' s a high? Dave: Yeah! We changed them from white to green. I want credit for that. Josie: Is that it? Dave: Well, there was some other stuff too, but I can ' t claim credit for it. We had 900 students majoring in business this year. That ' s a record. And we have at- tracted some really outstanding new faculty members with strong credentials and impressive experience. At the same time, we have tried to maintain our emphasis on quality teaching. Josie: What else? Dave: We ' ve made a lot of changes in the curriculum to keep it up to date. We have added coursework in computer systems, in ethics and social responsibility, and in behavior within organizations. And we have done a lot to give students more field experiences. For example, we now have internships, the George Investments Program that lets students invest real money, and the Small Business Institute that gives students the opportunity to apply their learning by counseling small businesses. We ' ve done a lot to upgrade our graduate programs, too. Josie: As far as I can tell, all you have done is to make things harder. Dave: That ' s great news! Tell me more. Josie: You have no heart. Dave: That qualifies me to teach. Josie: Any regrets about stepping down? Dave: Oh, sure! I ' ll miss all those high level meetings. And the paperwork — I ' ll really miss the paperwork. Josie: Is there anything you regret that you didn ' t ac- complish as dean? Dave: Well, yes. I had hoped to learn to ride my moped with greater dignity — in a more dean-ly way, if you will. Never worked it out. 196 — Faculty Accounting James Wilson, Judson Stryker, Joseph Master (Chair). Bonnie Holloway, Harry Taft. Finance Frank DeZoort, Ken Jackson [Chair), Ruth Musser, Thomas Bear, Betty Thorne, Michael Boyd. Marketing Management Front: Dan Rosetti, Julius Blum; Back: Rich Cherry, Maxine Patterson. Randall Evanson, Harry Garber (Chair). Faculty— 197 School of Music Paul T. Langston Dean Faculty— 198 Music School Faculty Front: Paul Phillips, Janis Kindred, Robert Rich; Back: Ralph Reddick, Robert Fort, Richard Feasl, Tim Ma- loney. Music School Faculty Front: Mollie Rich, Mer- edith Reddick, Mark Schweizer; Back: Justin Blasdale, Kirk Toth, Tim Maloney, Janice Jenkins, Paul Jenkins. Two new Music School pro- fessors, Jennifer Bogart and Michael Rickman, and Mer- edith Reddick rehearse be- fore performing in New York City. Not pictured: nn Small. Faculty— 199 ALBANO, MARIA T. 406 MacGregor Drive Mahopac. NY 10541 (914)628-2939 Sociology Varsity Volleyball 2. 3, 4; Varsily Softball 1. 2, 3, 4; Greenfeather 1; Yearbook Sports Editor 4; Sociology Ho ALEXANDER. JOHN C. |R. 83 Yacht Club Place Tequesta. FL 33458 (305)746-4129 Finance ALGOZZINA. CAROL 2811 Meadow Hill Drive North Clearwater. FL 33519 (813)796-1405 Gen Phi Chi Theta 2; Alumni Chairman 1; Ameri- can Marketing Association 1. 2; Secretary 1. ARIALE. JOHN MICHAEL 2839 Honeysuckle Court Palm Harbor. FL 33563 (813)784-3112 Political Science Head Resident 4; Model Senate Chairman 3: Omicron Delta Kappa 3. 4. Vice President 4; Student Government 1. 2. ludiciary Council 2. 3. 4, ARONSTAMN. ALYSE LYN 90 South Shore Drive. 4 Miami Beach. FL 33141 (305)864-8046 English Phi Sigma Kappa Little Sister 1. 2. 3. 4; Kappa Delta Phi honorary fraternity 2. 3; English honorary 4: Bacchus 4; Honor Roll 1. 2. 3. 4. ARY SUSAN CATHERINE 161 Poinsetta St. Indialantic. FL 32903 (305J773-9278 French Zata Tau Alpha 2. 3. 4; Catholic Campus Min- istry 1, 2. 4; Year Abroad Program (France) 3; Societe Francaise 4, AUGUSTINE. EDWARD C, 15051 Buczak Road Brooksville. FL 33512 (904)796-1646 Physical Education Baseball 3: Cross Country 3; Volleyball 3. 4; Inlramurals 3. 4. BAILEY lAMES TRANTER 8 Cottage Place Warren, PA 16365 Finance Delta Sigma Phi 2. 3, 4; IFC Representative 3. 4; College Republicans 4; Inlramurals 2. 3. 4. BAISLEY KEVIN ROBERT 279 Woodlawn Ave, St. James, NY 11780 (516)584-7225 Music BALDWIN. DANA KAREN 3039 Elder St. Titusville. FL 32796 (305)269-4519 General Business Volleyball Team 1, 2, 3. 4; Yearbook staff 4. BARDEEN. ANITA MYRNA 715 Pine Tree Court De Land. FL 32720 (904)736-0399 Computer Science Student Union Board 1 . 2. Publicity Chairman 2; Society of Physics Students 1 . 2. 3. 4. Public- ity Chairman 2. Vice President 3; Association of Computing Machinery 3. 4 Secretary 4; Stu- dent Government Association 4 Hollis Sena- tor 4 Public Relations Chairman 4. BARLEY TIMOTHY VANCE R O. Box 172 Sanford. FL 32771 (305)322-5098 General Business Pi Kappa Phi 1. 2. 3. 4 Chaplain 3; Mortar Board Tassel Award 2. 3; Resident Advisor 2. 3. 4; Parents Weekend Co-Chairman 3; Pi Beta Phi Arrowman 2. 3. 4; IFC Representa- tive 2, 3. BAULCH. SHARILOU P O. Box 241 Burlington Flats. NY 13315 (607)965-8498 History Zeta Tau Alpha 1. 2. 3. 4 Pledge Trainer 3. BECHTOLD, MADELINE MICHELLE 640 Sweetbrair Branch Longwood, FL 32750 (3051834-9620 German Honors Program 1. 2. 3, 4; College Bowl 2. 4; Year Abroad Program (Germany) 3. BEEBE. CATHERINE 320 Southeast 29th Terrace Ocala. FL 32671 (904)694-2951 Biology Beta Beta Beta 2. 3, 4; Mortar Board Treasurer 4; Rho Lambda 3. 4: Zeta Tau Alpha 2, 3. 4; Inlramurals Director 3: Panhellenic Delegate 4; Greenfeather Committee 4; Women ' s Soft- ball Team 3. 4. BEHM. CHARLES R. H. R O. Box 67 Pomona Park. FL 32081 (904)649-4556 Management Baptist Campus Mini stry 1. 2: Intramural Sports 2. 3. 4; Political Forum 2. 3, 4; Theater 1. 2 Stage Crew 1. 2; Naval Reserve (1977 -I-). BELANGER. NINA YVONNE 505 Bainbridge Avenue Mays Landing, NJ 08330 (609)625-2664 Finance Delta Delta Delta 1, 2, 3. 4; Baseball Bat Girl 2; Lambda Chi Alpha Little Sister 2, 3. 4; Ski Club 3: Greenfeather 1. BELCHER. WILLIAM GUSTAVUS II R O, Box 776 Lake Placid. FL 33852 (813)465-3425 Political Science Big Lyre Alpha Tau Omega 3. 4, BERRY JAMES DAVID 846 Fair Way Libertyville.IL 60048 (312)362-5546 Marketing Alpha Kappa Psi 3; Stetson Marketing Associ- ation 2. 3. BERRY ROBERT R. 977 Beechfern Lane Rockledge. FL 32955 (305)636-4735 Political Science )ohn Anderson Campaign 1, BLACKMON. CHARLES EDWARD 311 Massalina Drive Panama City FL 32401 (904)763-8783 Religion Baptist Campus Ministry Outreach Commit- tee Member 1. BONURA. JAMIE ANNE 721 Idlewyld Drive Fort Lauderdale. FL 33301 (305)463-7029 Elementary Education Kappa Alpha Theta 1. 2. 3 President 4: Rho Lambda 3 Treasurer 4; Residence Hall Staff Assistant 2; Catholic Campus Ministry 1. 2. 3. BOOS, JULIE ANNE 1868 Dawn Drive Clearwater, FL 33575 (813)443-4270 Stetson University Orchestra 1. 2, 3, 4; Off Campus Inlramurals 3, 4. BOYD, LAURA LYNN 25 Bellac Tallahassee, FL 32303 (904)562-0066 Finance Delta Delta Delta 1, 2, 3, 4 Marshal 3 Social Chairman 4; Sigma Nu Little Sister 1, 2. 3. 4; Phi Chi Theta 3. 4. BRANDS. SCOT ALAN 25 Bellesive Country Club Grounds Saint Louis. MO 63141 (314)878-4078 Accounting Sigma Nu 1, 2. 3, 4 Sentinel 2 Treasurer 3; Alpha Kappa Psi 2. 3, 4 Judiciary Council 3, 4 Parliamentarian 3 President 4; Stetson Secu- rity 3. 4. BREWER. PAUL DONALD 544 Riverside Drive Ormond Beach. FL 32074 (904)672-2227 Marketing American Marketing Association 3. BRICKER. WILLIAM MARK 1910 Gardner Avenue Lehigh. FL 33936 (813)369-4190 Music Education Pi Kappa Alpha 2. 3. 4 IFC Representative 3 Pledge Trainer 4; Music Advisory Council 3. 4. BRILLANTE. KAREN FRANCES 430 South Florida Avenue De Land, FL 32720 (904)734-3620 Political Science Ethics Committee 3; Student Government As- sociation 4; Young Democrats 4. BRONSTEIN, DAVID AARON 7713 Harbour Boulevard Miramar, FL 33023 (305)963-7657 Psychology Delta Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 Corresponding Sec- retary 2 Recording Secretary 3 Alumni Chair- man 4; Interfraternity Council 2, 3, 4 Repre- sentative 2 Fundraiser 3 President 4; Green- feather Dance Chairman 2, 3 Student Affairs Committee 4. BROOM, LYNN ANN 507 North Lake Lula Drive Southeast Winter Haven, FL 33880 (813)293-8195 Elementary Education BROWN, ELIZABETH CHANDLER R O. Box 2942 De Land, FL 32720 (904)736-0500 Psychology Lambda Chi Alpha Little Sister 1, 2, 3. 4; Stu- dent Advisory Committee 4. BROWNING. SCOT RICHARD 9106 Taidswood Drive Spring. TX 77379 (713)251-9810 Finance Delta Sigma Phi 1.2.3. 4; Model Senate 1.2.3; Student Assembly 1. BRYAN, LYNN CAROL 204 Cranberry Lane Brandon, FL 33511 (813)689-6902 English Phi Mu 1. 2. 3. 4 Membership Chairman 3. 4 Ritual 3 Historian 1 Songleader 3. 4; Sigma Tau Delta 3. 4; Honors Program 1. 2. 3. 4; Greenfeather ' 82 Publicity Chairman 3: Greenfeather ' 83 Carnival Chairman 4; Greek Weekend ' 83 Chairman 4; Rho Lambda 4. BRYAN. STACIA L. 6520 Dolphin Court Glen Burnie. MD 21061 (301)859-0940 Psychology Psi Chi 3. 4; College Republicans 4 Chairman of Publicity and Fund-Raising4; Reporter 1. 2. BURGREEN. SANDRA LEIGH 28 South Riverside Drive Indialantic. FL 32903 (305)725-1314 Business Administration Stetson Young Republicans 2. CALDWELL. BELINDA LEE R O, Box 753 Mount Dora. FL 32757 (904)383-4089 Economics Delta Delta Delta 1. 2. 3. 4: Pi Kappa Phi Little Sister 2. 3. 4. CAMMARATA. GINA JOANN 126 Harrison Road. »M-3 Naples. FL 33962 (813)774-4298 Accounting Pi Beta Phi 1. 2. 3. 4 Assistant Treasurer 3 Treasurer 4. Accounting Club 3. 4. CARKHUFF JACQUELYN ARLENE R O. Box 1647 10 Needles Lane Ormond. Beach. FL (904)672-5334 Accounting CARRETTA. NANCY ELLEN 4600 Armadillo Street Boca Raton. FL 33433 (305)482-0342 Historv Phi Alpha Theta 3. 4, CARTER. JAMES WYATT 900 Pine Tree Terrace De Land. FL 32724 (904)734-7326 History Sigma Nu 2. 3, 4 Fund Raiser 4; Model Senate 3. 4. CASY MARGARET MARY 1007 Snapfinger Circle. 50 Daytona Beach. FL 32014 (904)255-9112 History CHAMBERS. SUSAN LEIGH 11421 Northwest 22d Street Pembroke Pines. FL 33026 (305)431-2351 Mathematics Zeta Tau Alpha 2. 3. 4 Secretary 4, CIRILETTI. ANDREW STEVENS 204 Woodward Gardens Baltimore, MD 21210 (301)467-0098 Political Science Political Forum; Model Senate Committee CLARK, KEITH RUSSELL 833 Valleydale De Land, FL 32720 (904)734-1671 Business Administration CLAYTON. JANICE LOUISE 604 Suwannee Avenue Live Oak. FL 32060 (904)362-3167 Elementary Education Residence Hall Staff (Stetson)Staff Assistant 2 Resident Advisor 3 Head Resident 4; Phi Mu 188.8.131.52 Historian Committee. Social Commit- tee 1; Big Brother Chairman 2. Ethics at Large 4; Parent ' s Weekend Follies Co-Chairman 2; FSLATE 3. 4; Honor Roll 1. 2, 3. 4; Student Affairs Committee 4; Baptist Campus Minis- try 1. 2. 3. 4. CLEMMENS. AMY RUTH 2005 Goshen Avenue Prospect. KY 40059 (502)228-1568 English Alpha Xi Delta 2, 3. 4; Sigma Nu Little Sister 1. 2. 3. 4; Greek Week Committee 2, 3; Panhel- lenic 4. Dav . FL (907)738-4656 History Delta Sigma Phi 2. 3. 4; Honors Program 1.2.3, 4 Honors House 1; Student Senator 4; Phi Al- pha Theta 1, 2, 3, 4. COLEMAN. BARBARA ANNE 102 Water Oak Lane Altamonte Springs. FL 32714 (305J862-5932 Elementary Education Delta Delta Delta 1, 2, 3, 4 Corresponding Sec- retary 3 Marshal 4; Pi Kappa Phi Little Sister 2, 3, 4. COLLINS. CATHERINE ELIZABETH 11070 South Tropical Tr. Merritt Island. FL 32952 (305)773-1683 English Alpha Xi Delta; Sigma Nu Little Sister; Sigma Tau Delta. CONNOR. ROBERT THOMAS 15 Hillcrest Road Stratford. NJ 08084 (609)783-7908 Political Science Phi Eta Sigma 1; Omicron Delta Kappa Circle 2; Zetaman; College Republicans 1. 2; Model Senate 2. 4; Resident Advisor 2. 4. CONVERCEY CORINNE G, 9 Rue la Bruyere 21100 Dijon. France (Oil 33 eOJ73-48-36 COOKSEY KAREN ANN Karen Cooksey 10019 Brownwood Avenue Orlando. FL 32817 (305J275-3006 Biology Tri Beta 2. 3. 4; American Chemical Society 2; Pre-Medical Club 2; Greenfeather Publicity Committee 1. COPPER. WILLIAM CHARLES 1636 Caldwell Road South Daytona. FL 32019 (904)761-3388 General Business Stetson Security 2. 3. 4; Varsity Wrestling 4; Wrestling Club 3. CORBIN. TARA AILEEN 240 Capstan Drive Cape Haze. FL 33946 (813)697-2274 Finance Alpha Xi Delta 1. 2. 3, 4 Pledge Song Leader 1 Philanthropy Chairman 2 Weekend Chair- man 2. 3 Quill Chairman 4; Alpha Kappa Psi 3. 4 Fund Raiser 4; Greenfeather Candidate 4; WHAT Disc Jockey 1. 2; Chorus 1; Parent ' s Weekend 3; SBI 4; Panhellenic Unsung Hero Award 3; Newspaper Staff 4. COX. GARY SCOTT 1764 Bahama Lexington, KY 40509 (606)299-0951 General CRIGHTON, THORA ANN R O. Box 497 George Town. Grand Cayman (809)949-2035 Marketing Dancer ' s Workshop 1. 2; International Stu- dents Club 1. 2. 3, 4; Stetson Marketing Asso- ciation 3. 4. 200 CURL, SHEPHERD H. 4233 Hunting Trail Lake Worlh, FL 33463 (305)968-6188 Management Soccer Team 3, 4; Reporter Staff Writer 2, CUTLER, KEITH CARLTON lOOShelton Drive Spartanburg. SC 29302 (803)579-3215 Music Education DAVI, CATHERINE VERONICA 4B27A Alder Drive West Palm Beach, FL 33409 (305)689-3733 Management DAVIDSON, MARY KATHARINE 4207 Confederate Point Road, 147 laclcsonville, FL 32210 (904)778-4488 Finance Plli Mu 1, 2, 3, 4 Treasurer 3 Ritual 4; Phi Eta Sigma 2, 3, 4; Rho Lambda 4; Bacchus 3, 4; Residence Hall Staff Assistant 2 Resident Ad- visor 3 Head Resident 4. DAVIS, SHERMIN ROSALIND 4 Beatrixlaan Emmastad Curacae, Netherlands Antilles (5999)44056 Psychology DE LAUGHTER, SUZANNE MARIE 717 Ocean Shore Boulevard Ormond Beach, FL 32074 (904)441-1376 Psychology Stetson Bat Girl 2, 3, 4; Sigma Nu Little Sister 2, 3, 4, DELL, SHARON LYNN 4821 Dundee Road lacksonville, FL 32210 (904)387-3250 Psycho)ogv Psi Chi 4; ' Residence Hall Staff Assistant 2; " Care Package " Co-Chairman (Baptist Cam- pus Ministry) 4. DE MARSH. ANITA B. 203 South Ridgewood De Land, FL 32720 (904)736-1491 Finance Pi Beta Phi Sorority 1, 2,3,4 Rush Chairman 3 President 4; Phi Chi Theta 2, 3, 4; Green- feather 2; Rho Lambda 3, 4. DIBBLE. CAREY L. 4690 Preston Road Cazenovia, NY 13035 (315)655-8576 Elementary Education Delta Delta Delta Recording Secretary 4; FSLATE 2, 3, 4. Dl MAURO, CARLA LUCILLE 5265 Northeast 2d Avenue Fort Lauderdale, FL 33334 (305)771-1638 Marketing Zeta Tau Alpha 1, 2. 3. 4 Scholarship Chair- man 2; Intramurals 4; Greenfeather Co-Chair man 4; American Marketing Association; Phi Chi Theta. DINIACO, lOANNE 606 Riverview Avenue Altamonte Springs. FL 32714 (305)862-9683 Psychology Pi Beta Phi 1, 2. 3, 4 Vice-President of Social Advancement 3, 4; Greek Week Commons Display Co-chairman 3; Greenfeather 2: Par- ent ' s Weekend 3. DITTMAN, KENNETH HOWARD 145 Windward Lane Roswell, GA 30076 (404)992-5279 Management WSTN Disc )ockey 3. 4; Phi Sigma Kappa 4. DODSON, WILLIAM SHAUN Route 29. Box 436 Fort Myers. FL 33905 (813)694-6604 Sociology Sigma Nu 1. 2. 3. 4 Pledge Marshal 3 Alumni Contact 4; Reporter Staff 2; Model Senate 3, 4; Alpha Chi Omega 2, 3, 4; Stetson Outdoor Club 4; FOCUS Chairman 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; SEIFC Representative 3; Fraternity Lead- ership Representative 2. 3; Young Republi- cans 3, 4. DUNN, lOHN A. 5350 Northeast 16th Avenue Fort Lauderdale, FL 33334 (305)771-0963 Finance Pi Kappa Phi 3. 4; Varsity Basketball 1. 2. 3; Varsity Volleyball 3, 4. DOWLING, CELIA ANN Route 2. Box 215F Summerfield, FL 32691 (904)245-5289 Mathematics Association of Computing Machinery 3. 4 Chairman 4, DYE, SUSAN GENEVA 941 Vicksburg Street Dellona, FL 32725 (904)789-2057 Political Science Forensics 1, 2, 3, 4; Honors Program 1, 2. 3. 4; Model Senate 3, 4; Winter Term Committee 4: Pi Kappa Delta 2, 3, 4. EDMONDSON, LAURENCE ERIC 1516 West Byron Street Chicago, IL 60613 (312)525-5613 English Baseball Team 1. 2, 3. 4. EFIRD. ROBERT ERIC 4211 Northeast 29th Avenue Fort Lauderdale. 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FESSLER, DONNA MARIE 600 Quail Avenue Miami Springs, FL 33166 (305)885-1779 Political Science Zeta Tau Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4 Service 2 Zetaman Liaison 3; Winter Term Committee 2; Phi Eta Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4; Omicron Delta Kappa 3, 4; Honors Program 1,2.3.4; Residence Hall Staff Resident Advisor 3. 4; Co-Chairman Green- feather 4; Model Senate Chairman 4 Senator 3; Model UN 3: Curriculum Committee 4; Par- ent ' s Weekend 2. 3. 4, FLANNERY COLLEEN ANNE 6342 261h Way North Saint Petersburg. FL 33702 (813)527-4414 Physics Society of Physics Students Publications Manager 3; Wind Ensemble 3; WHAT Disc lockey 1. FORBES, BERTHA VIOLA 12 Reves Road De Land, FL 32721 (904)734-2807 Accounting Alpha Kappa Psi 3, 4. FORD, KEITH E. 675 Church Road Villanova, PA 19085 (215)688-3365 Marketing Pi Kappa Alpha MC, Little Sister Director 1. 2, 3, 4. FRAZEE, GREGORY SCOTT Route 1, Box 40 Pomona Park. FL 32081 (904)649-9300 Marketing Intramural Activities for Off-Campus. FREEMAN, DEBORA DAWN 2407 Pope Avenue South Daytona, FL 32019 (904)761-7877 English FRICIQNI, DANIEL RUDOLPH 8352 Annwood Road Seminole, FL 33453 (813)391-3039 Foreign Language Catholic Campus Ministry 1.2.3. 4; Yearbook Staff 3. FRY MARTHA HILARY 3051 Southwest 701h Lane Gainesville. FL 32608 (904)376-1022 Elementary Education Pi Kappa Alpha Little Sister 1. 2. 3. 4; Alpha Chi Omega 3. 4 Chaplain 3; Panhellenic Re- presentative; Student Union Board 1. FULLER. KATHARINE M. 1500 Galleon Drive Naples. FL 33940 (813)261-3525 Medical Technology Beta Beta Beta. FURR. CHERYL ANN 2731 Spencer Trace Marietta. GA 30062 (404)426-1659 Finance Delta Delta Delta 1 . 2, 3, 4 Pearl GirU; Lambda Chi Alpha Little Sister 1, 2. 3. 4 Crescent Court 2; Cafeteria Student Manager 1. 2. 3. 4; Parent ' s Weekend Committee Chairman 3; FOCUS Social Chairman 4; Pi Chi Theta 4. GANDY BRENDA KATHLEEN 125 South Salisbury Avenue. B-5 De Land. FL 32720 (904)738-2774 Elementary Education GARDYASZ. |OSEPH CASIMIR 5719 Nutmeg Avenue Sarasota. FL 33581 (813)924-7036 Finance Delta Sigma Phi 2. 3, 4 Treasurer 3. 4; Alpha Kappa Psi 3. 4 Program Chairman 3. 4; Phi Mu Guard 2. 3. GENZ. MARY HOLLISTER 2249 Maya Palm Drive East Boca Raton, FL 33432 (305)395-4691 American Studies Lambda Chi Alpha Little Sister 1, 2, 3, 4; Al- pha Xi Delta 1, 2. GETTMAN, GARY WAYNE 1641 Torchwood Drive De Land. FL 32720 (904)738-3529 Business Administration Sigma Phi Epsilon Vice-President 1. 2. 3. 4. GEYER, lACQUELINE SUE 925 Allamanda Drive Delray Beach. FL 33444 (305)272-5648 Accounting Care Package Chairperson 2. 3; Phi Chi Theta GIBSON. lULIE ANN 5932 La Costa Drive Orlando. FL 32807 (305)273-5613 Accounting Varsity Cheerleading 1.2.3; Tri Delta Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Union Board 1. GIDDINGS, CHRISTINA REBECCA 4050 Northeast 27th Terrace Lighthouse Point. FL 33064 (305)946-1528 GILBERT lAMES L. 2201 Southwest 127th Court Miami. FL 33175 (305)221-0139 Music Theory University Chorus 1; Choral Union 2; |azz En- semble 3.4; Baptist Campus Ministry 1 . 2. 3. 4; Music School Advisory Council 4; (Student) MENC 2; Student Government Association 4, GORDON. RANDOLPH ALAN P O. Box 55 Ponte Vedra Beach. FL 32082 (904)285-6713 Management Delta Sigma Phi 2. 3. 4, 5 Treasurer 3. 4; Home- coming Chairman ' 83; WSTN Disc lockey 2.4; Yearbook Photographer 4; Fraternity Gradu- ate Counselor 5; Staff Advisor Young College Republicans; Stetson Marketing Association. GRAMLICH. SANDRA E. 349 Springdalc Drive Bradenton. FL 33507 (813)758-3496 Finance GRANATA. TRACY A. 1219 51st Avenue East. 163 Bradenton. FL 34203 (813)755-1987 Finance Phi Eta Sigma; Omicron Delta Kappa 3. 4 Sec- retary 3; Kappa Alpha Theta 1. 2. 3. 4 Social Chairman; Residence Hall Staff Assistant, Resident Advisor. Head Resident 4; Dancer ' s Workshop 1. 2; Honor Roll 2. 3. 4; Student Government Association Representative 3. GRANGE. lAMES DINKINS CIFFORD 2326 Laurel Road lacksonville. FL 32207 (904)398-4026 Finance Charter Member Alpha Tau Omega 2. 3. 4 House Manager 4. Fund Raising Chairman 2; Gamma Chi 1; IPC Representative 4; Panhel- lenic IFC Seesaw Marathon 3; Accountancy Club 3; Rifle Team 3; SUB Films Crew 2. 3. 4. GREATHOUSE. CHARLES iOSEPH 1781 Pomelo Drive Venice. FL 33595 (813)497-1921 Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2. 3, 4 Rush Chairman 3 President 4; Phi Eta Sigma 1. 2. 3. 4; Alpha Chi Omega Big Brother 3. 4; Order of Omega 3, 4; Sigma Tau Delta 4. GREEN. CATHERINE MARIE Route 1. Box 403 Crystal River. FL 32629 (904)795-4890 Biology Yearbook Staff 2; Freshman Orientation 3. 4: Beta Beta Beta 3. 4; Gamma Sigma Epsilon 3. 4; Mortar Board 4. GREEN. DAWN ELAINE 5344 Loch Place Lakeland. FL 33803 (813)644-4071 Psychology Resident Advisor (Chaudoin) 3. 4 Staff Assis- tant 2; Delta Delta Delta 2. 3. 4; Mortar Board Historian 3. 4; Psi Chi 3. 4; Baptist Campus Ministry 1. 2. 3. 4; Creek Bible Study 2. 3. 4. GREENE. TIMOTHY ALAN 384 Main Road Gill. MA 02179 (413)863-2374 Business Management Sigma Nu 4; IFC President 1; ludiciary Coun- cil 1; Intramural Sports 4 CRESS. DANIEL IOSEPH 212 West Minnesota Avenue De Land. FL 32720 (904)734-4121 e427 Music (Voice) Concert Chori 1. 2. 3. 4; Chapel Choir 1. 2; Wind Ensemble 1; Opera Workshop 1. 2. 3, 4; Greenfeather Follies 1, 2; Alethia 1, 3; Alpha Tau Omega 4. GRIFFIN. GEORGINA L. 1020 De Leon Dr.. 204 Dunedin. FL 33528 (813)733-1408 Mathematics Zeta Tau Alpha 1; Delta Sigma Phi Little Sister 1. 2. 3. 4. GRIGGS. SCOTT R. 1215 West Seneca Street lupiter. FL 33458 (305)746-3337 Finance GUTHRIE. ANGELA L. 14174 Mandarin Road lacksonville. FL 32203 (904)268-4087 Mathematics Computer Science Pi Beta Phi 2. 3, 4 Rush Chairman 4 Assistant to President 3; Rho Lambda 4; Vice-President of Association of Computing Machinery 4 Charier Member 3. HALE. CHRISTOPHER DAVID 3962 Chateau Du Lac Court Bonila Springs. FL 33923 (813)992-0380 Political Science Student Government Association 3. 4; Model Senate 2. 4; Honor Roll 2. 3. 4. HANKS, FAYE C. 1592 Highway 40 De Leon Springs. FL 32028 (904)985-5517 General Bu HARMAN. DEBRA ELIZABETH 4719 Mount Vernon Drive Bradenton. FL 33507 (813)792-6302 Elementary Education 201 HARRIS. RICKY LEE 6307 Elise Drive Jacksonville. FL 32211 (904)744-9577 History Soccer 1. 2. 3. 4. HARTMAN. WILLIAM A. 65 Church Lane Middle Island. NY 11953 (516)924-3663 Management Baseball 1. 2; Volleyball 3. 4; Lambda Chi Al- pha 3. 4. HAUN. DEBBIE LYNN 1743 Northeast 28th Street Fort Lauderdale. FL 33334 (305)561-0790 Elementary Education Pi Beta Phi; Raft Debate Chairman; Religious Life Counsel; Baptist Campus Ministry Com- mittee Member. HAZELGROVE. SHARON LEIGH 6629 Citrus Valley Drive Orlando, FL 32812 (305)859-8444 Biology Resident Advisor. 4. HEAD, ANGELA VERONICA 112 Second Avenue Fort Walton Beach. FL 32548 (904)243-3954 Sociology Women ' s Varsity Basketball 1. 2. 3; Delta Sig- ma Phi Little Sister 1. 2, 3. 4; Stetson Afro- American Society 1. 3; Miss Black West Volu- sia 1983- ' 84. HEDGEPETH. LINDA LEIGH 254 Brighton Road Elk Grove Village, IL 60007 (312)439-0383 General Business, Delta Delta Delta 2.3.4 Service Project Chair- man 3. Corresponding Secretary 4; Pi Kappa Phi Little Sister 1. 2. 3, 4. HELEEN. ELAINE M, 3817 South Hopkins Avenue. »36 Titusville. FL 32780 (305)266-0356 General Business HELMICK. )0Y Y 116 East Virginia Avenue Astatula. FL 32705 (904)343-5245 English Sigma Tau Delta 4; Artists and Lecturers Com- mittee 4; Honor Roll 1. 2. 3. 4, HENDRIX. KEVIN DARRYL 4255 Gulf Drive, 221 Holmes Beach. FL 33510 (813)778-1591 Marketing Soccer 4; Jazz Band 1. 2. 3. HILEY KIMBERLEY ANN 105 Candlewick Road Altamonte Springs. FL 32714 (305)869-1399 Biologv Beta Beta Beta 1. 2. 3 Historian. Presidnel 4; Phi Eta Sigma 2. 3. 4 Secretary 3 President 4; Mortar Board 3. 4 Vice-President 4, Gamma Sigma Epsilon 3. 4 Secretary 4; Bat Girl 1.2,3. 4; Pre-Medical Club 2. 3. 4, HINE. LISA ALEXIS 7212 Hanson Drive Jacksonville. FL 32210 (904)781-3239 Chemistry Phi Sigma Kappa Little Sister 2. HOELOTKE. DAWN JANAN 1454 Admiral Nimitz Daytona Beach. FL 32014 (904)253-2634 Psychology Baptist Campus Ministry. HOELSHCER. ROBERT W. II 5030 Southwest 92d Avenue Miami. FL 33165 (305)271-0278 History Varsity Cheerleader 3. 4; Varsity Rifle Team 1. 2; Alpha Chi Omega Big Lyre 1. 2, 3. 4; Scab- bard and Blade XO; Catholic Campus Minis- try Co-Leader 2; Distinguished Military Grad- uate 4; First Lieutenant USAR 4. HOLCOMBE. VICTORIA LYNN P. O. Box 1402 Holmes Beach. FL 33509 ( )778-5338 Elementary Education Ministerial Association 1 Secretary Treasur- er 2 Vice-President 3 President 4; Baptist Campus Ministry 1. 2, 3. 4. HOLMES. CONSTANCE LYNN 1406 Holmes Road Sebring. FL 33870 (813)385-8278 French Phi Eta Sigma 1; Kappa Alpha Theta 2, 3. 4; Societe Francaise 4; Study Abroad Program (France) 3. HOWARD. MARY ANN 1843 Southwest Park Lane Fort Lauderdale. FL 33315 (305)524-9104 Accounting Pi Beta Phi 2. 3. 4; Pi Chi Theta 2. 3. 4; Ac- counting Club 3. 4; Freshman Orientation Committee 3; Yearbook Staff 4. HUHTA. NEIL 30 Pine Valley Circle Ormond Beach. FL 32074 (904)673-3031 Accounting lazz Band 4; Orchestra 1; Student Govern- ment 1; Association of Business Students 2. HUMPHREY DEBORAH |OYCE 4503 Crestbrook Drive Panama City FL 32404 (904)769-0864 Elementary Education Phi Mu 2. 3. 4 Chaplain 3. 4 Vice-President 4; Baptist Campus Ministry 1. 2. 3. 4; Mortar Board 4; Residence Hall Staff Assitant 3; Al- pha Tau Omega Little Sister 2. 3. 4. HUTCHINSO N. WILLIAM R. 2998 Admiral Street Fort Pierce. FL 33450 (305)461-8415 Psychology lANNONE. BARBARA NEZZER 2346 Winkler Avenue. C213 Fort Myers. FL 33901 (813)936-0904 Marketing Alpha Kappa Psi 1. 2. 3. 4 First Vice-President 3; American Marketing Association 1. 2. 3. 4; Rush Chairman 4; Circle K 3. 4 Treasurer 4; Honor Roll 1. 2. 3. 4. IRAZABAL. GABRIELLA D. 7978 Edgewater Drive West Palm Beach. FL 33406 (305)964-4144 History Phi Alpha Theta 3; Ladies Tennis 1. 2. 3 lACKSON. MONICA DANIELLE 1309 Edenville Drive Forestville. MD 20747 Sociology Women ' s Basketball Team 1. 2. 3; Stetson Afro-American Society 1. 2. 3. 4; FOCUS Adivsor 4; Intramural Official 1, 2. 3. 4. JACOBS. FRED E. P O. Box 158 Hobe Sound. FL 33455 (305)546-2830 Political Science Cheerleading 4 lETTY DOREEN MARCIA Box 108, lones Road Martville. NY 13111 (315)676-6173 Psychology Baptist Campus Ministry 3. 4. IIVRA). NAUSHAD N, 16 Albert Hall Mansions Kengsington Gore London SW7. England (Oil 44 1 01)581-1739» JOLLEY E. JOAN 490 Lokchapee Drive Macon. 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FL 32703 (305)886-4131 German lunior Year Abroad (Germany) 3; French Soci- ety 4; Honor Roll 2. 3. 4. KEANE. DANIEL |OHN 606 Michigan Street Mount Dora. FL 32757 (904)383-1274 Physics Lambda Chi Alpha 2, 3. 4; Honors Program 1, 2. 3. 4; Omicron Delta Kappa 3. 4; Varsity Soc- cer 1. 2. 3. 4; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities 3. 4; Pre- Medical Club 3. 4 President 4; Gamma Sigma Epsilon 3. 4 Sergeant-at-Arms 4; Sigma Pi Sig- ma 3. 4 President 3; Society of Physics Stu- dents 3. 4 President 3; Dean ' s List 3. 4. KELLAM. CASSANDRA DENISE 512 South Lockslev Avenue lacksonville. FL 32208 (904)764-6990 Political Science Honors Program 1, 2. 3, 4 Secretary 3. 4; Dean ' s List; Stetson Afro-American Society Secretary 3. 4, KENNEDY KEVIN WILLIAM 1028 56th Avenue South Saint Petersburg, FL 33705 (8131867-2029 General Business Alpha Kappa Psi; Bacchus. KENT CLAY R O. Box 631 Bonifay FL 32425 (904)547-4423 Religion Philosophy KELLY KEVIN )AMES 1757 Southeast Dominic Avenue Port Saint Lucie. FL (305)335-8655 Social Science Honors Program 1. 2, 3. 4; Phi Alpha Theta 3. 4; Phi Eta Sigma 1. 2. 3. 4; Green Circle 2. KILPATRICK. TIMOTHY LEE 1715 Lake Drive Delray Beach. FL 33444 History Pi Kappa Alpha 2. 3. 4 Rush Chairman 3 Presi- dent 4; Alpha Xi Delta Roselhorn 3. 4 Head Roselhorn 4; Model Senate 2.3,4; Intramurals 2. 3, 4; Homecoming Committee Chairman 3. KING, RICHARD GLENN 2441 Southwest 10th Drive Deerfield Beach, FL 33441 (305)728-1078 Mathematics Resident Advisor 3, 4; Men ' s Volleyball 3, 4; Mortar Board 4; Association of Computing Machinery 3. 4; American Mathematical Soci- ety 3. 4. KING, SUSAN LISA 7252 San Pedro Road lacksonville, FL 32217 (904)737-8416 Political Science Honors Program 3. 4; Alpha Chi Omega 1.2.3, 4 Historian 2. 3 Vice-PresidenI 3 Warden 4 Outstanding Pledge 1 Highest GPA 2; Delta Sigma Phi Little Sister 1. 2. 3, 4; Model Senate 3. 4 Outstanding Senator 3; Student Govern- ment Association Senator 4; Campus Affairs Committee Chairman 4 Cabinet 4; College Republicans 4 Vice Chairman 4; Rho Lambda 4; Lyndon Baines lohnson Intern for the U. S. House of Representatives 4. KORFAGE, JULIE CLAUDIE 2437 Del Mar Isle Fort Lauderdale. FL 33301 (305)763-3927 Management Pi Beta Phi Pledge Class Vice-President 1 As- sistant to President 2 Philanthropy Chairman 1 House Chairman 3 Alumni Interest Group Chairman 3. 4 Recording Secretary 4; Year- book Editor 4. KOSTIDAKIS. MARIA FRANCESCA 71 Riverside Drive Ormond Beach, FL 32074 (904)677-7252 English Sigma Tau Delta 4. KRATINA, KEVIN GEORGE 612 West Indiana Avenue De Land. FL 32720 (904)738-2075 General Business Pi Kappa Alpha 1. 2. 3. 4 MC 2 Little Sister Chairman 3; Varsity Cheerleader 2; Wrestling Club 3; Student Union Board Representative 2; Carson Health Club 1. 2. 3. 4, KRAUSE. lULIE LORRAINE PO. Box 473 Green Cove Springs. FL 32043 (904)284-5516 History Baptist Campus Ministry 1.2, 3. KUSHMAN. KIMBERLEY ANN 541 Whispering Pine Court Naples. FL 33940 (813)261-0896 Finance Alpha Chi Omega 1. 2. 3. 4 Press Aide 2. 3 Recording Secretary 3. 3rd Vice-President 4; Sigma Nu Little Sister 2. 3. 4; Alpha Kappa Psi 3. 4; Rho Lambda 3. 4. LAMADRID. LUIS MARIANO 4112 Coconut Circle South Naples. FL 33942 (813)774-0349 Marketing Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity 1. 2. 3. 4; Pi Beta Phi Arrowman 1. 2. 3. 4; Interfraternity Council Secretary 3. 4; Resident Advisor 3 Head Resi- dent (Carson) 4. LANIER. ALLISON ANN 38 Lake Link Circle Winter Haven. FL 33880 (813)299-1957 Marketing Pi Beta Phi 1. 2. 3, 4; Homecoming Committee 2. 3. 4; Greenfeather Committee 3; Baptist Campus Ministry 1. 2. 3. 4 State Secretary 3. LARKIN. KERRY ANNE 601 Teresa Court Maitland. FL 32751 (305)831-7108 Spanish Zeta Tau Aipha 1,2,4 Social Chairman 2; Soc- cerette Stat Giri 1.2.4; Catholic Campus Min- istry 1, 2. 4; Newman House Resident 4; Uni- versity of Madrid 3; Chapel Committee 4. LARSEN. SARA LYNN 8734 Pine Barrens Drive Orlando. FL 32817 (305)677-0769 Political Science Phi Eta Sigma 1. 2. 3. 4; Pi Beta Phi 1. 2, 3. 4; Publications Chairman 2. 4; Year Abroad Pro- gram (France) 3; Orchestra 1. 2; Reporter Staff 2; Model UN at Auburn University 2. 4; French Club Co-Chairman 4. LATIMER, THEODORE JAMES Sigma Nu 1. 2. 4. 5: Gainesville Sabbatical Program 3; Rap Club 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. LAUDER. lOANNE 283 Moreland Rd. Huntington Valley PA 19006 (215)947-7245 Marketing Delta Sigma Phi Little Sister 1. 2. 3, 4; Rho Lambda 3. 4; Rho Chi 4; Alpha Chi Omega 1st Vice-President 3, Social Chairman 4, Assis- tant Pledge Trainer 2; Greek Week Chairman LAWRENCE. WILLIAM EARL 3435 Papaya Venice. FL 33595 (813)493-2559 Finance Pi Kappa Alpha 3. 4; Phi Chi Theta 2. 3. 4; Association of Computing Machinery 3. 4; Residence Hall Staff Assistant 2 Resident Ad- visor 3. 4. LAYCOX. MONTY RAY 3625 South Tamiami Trail Punla. Gorda. FL 33950 Physics Society of Physics Students 2.3.4 President 2; Sigma Pi Sigma 2. 3, 4 President 2; Phi Beta Kappa 4; Honors Program 1. 2. 3. 4 LAYTON. REBECCA LYNN 603 Leawood Avenue Frankfort. KY 40601 (502)223-8771 Zela Tau Alpha 1. 2. 3. 4 Standards 3 Scholar- ship 4; Gamma Sigma Epsilon 3. 4 President 4; Beta Beta Beta 2. 3. 4; Residence Hall Staff Assistant 2. 3 Resident Advisor 4; Pre-Medi- cal Club 2. 3 Vice-President 3. 202 LENT, DAVID HARRISON 3806 Malec Circle Sarasola. FL 33581 (8131 924-3806 Polilical Science Pi Kappa Phi 1. 2. 3. 4: Pi Bela Phi Arrowman 2. 3. 4; ROTC Cadet Corps Commander 4; Scabbard and Blade President 4; AIRBORNE LEONARD. LISA SUE 1400 Sultana Lane Maitland. FL 32751 (305 831-0256 Music Education Concert Choir 2, 3, 4; Stover Theater 3, 4. LINSLER, KRISTENE |OAN 2814 Roxie Avenue Lalceland, FL 33801 (813)665-3689 French Year Abroad Program (France) 3; Gr feather 4 Chairperson 4; La Societe Fran( Co-President 4; Homecoming 4. LOCKE. lOHNATHAN WINSTON 935 North Halifax Avenue Daytona Beach. FL 32018 (904)255-1211 History Legal Affairs Committee 1. LONG. LA DAWN RUTH 100 East Palmelta Avon Park. FL 33825 (813)453-4404 Management Pi Beta Phi 184.108.40.206. Corresponding Secretary 3; Alpha Kappa Psi 2. 3. 4. Corresponding Sec- retary 3: Association of Computing Machin- ery 3. 4: American Marketing Association 3.4; Orchestra 1; Wind Ensemble 2. LONGDON. LYNN RUSSELL 2401 Lime Tree Drive Edgewater. FL 32032 (904)428-2507 Elementary Education Alpha Chi Omega 1. 2; Delta Sigma Phi Little Sister 1. 2. 3. 4. Treasurer 2. 3; Kappa Delta Pi 2, 3. 4. LOSCH. PATRICIA ANN 1001 Chokecherry Drive Winter Springs. FL 32708 (305)699-0032 Psychology LOVE. FRED ARTHUR )R. 403 North Frankfort Avenue De Land. FL (904)738-1382 Church Music (Voice) Music School Advisory Council 2; Student Government Association 3: Presser Scholar; Giffin Voice Scholarship Winner; Concert Choir 2. 3. 4 LUCAS. KENNETH W. 5620 Cornish Way Alexandria. VA 22310 (703)971-2263 Sociology MAC FARLANE. BRUCE RUSSELL 21 Bolton Gardens Bronxville. NY 10708 (914)337-4749 Marketing Alpha Tau Omega Social Chairman 3. 4; Sig- ma Pi Kappa 3. 4; Reporter 3. 4; WSTN Vice Chairman 1. 2. 3. 4. MAC INTYRE. LAURIE ANNE 701 Shore Drive Vero Beach. FL 32963 (305)231-1125 Maketing Sigma Mu Little Sister 2. 3. 4; Phi Chi Theta 4; Stetson Marketing Association 2. 3. 4; Intra- murals 3. 4. MALONE. MARY ELIZABETH 7200 Northwest 10th Court Plantation. FL 33313 (305)581-8120 .Accounting Kappa Alpha Theta 2. 3. 4 Treasurer; Pi Kappa Alpha Little Sister 3. 4; Catholic Campus Min- istry 220.127.116.11; Forensics 1 ; Rho Lambda 4; Phi Chi Theta 2. 3; Accountancy Club 4. MANGHAM. LILA KAY 8 South Haines Road Clearweater. FL 33519 (813)799-3187 Music Education Orchestra Concert Mistress 2. 3. MANKE. AMY ELIZABETH 319 Colonial Court De Land. FL 32720 (904)738-5750 English Sigma Tau Delta 2. 3, MARDIGIAN. MARISA 5480 Northeast 22nd Avenue Fort Lauderdale. FL 33308 (305)771-9346 Marketing Phi Mu 1. 2. 3. 4. Ethics Chairman 3. Alumni Relations 4; Phi Sigma Kappa Little Sister 1. 2. 3.4. Sweetheart 4; Phi Chi Theta 3. 4. Record- ing Secretary 4, MARSEE. )AMES A, (R. American Studies Secretary Treasurer |udo Club; Wheeler House Head Resident; Stetson Outdoor Club. MARSH. DAVID EDWARD 2329 Braehurn Circle Tallahassee. FL 32308 (904)893-3896 English BACCHUS President 4. MATHIS. CHARLES HUBERT IR. Route 3. Box 3900 Fort McCoy. FL 32637 (305)685-2438 English MATTHEWS. ELIZABETH ANN 794 Northwest Spruce Ridge Drive Stuart. FL 33494 (305)692-1573 Accounting Delta Delta Delta 1. 2. 3. 4; Phi Chi Theta 3. 4; Accountancy Club 3. 4; Pi Kappa Phi Little Sister 1. 2. 3. 4; Greenfeather Committee Co- Chairman 3. 4; Parent ' s Weekend 1. 2. 3. 4 Treasurer 3 Co-Chairman 4, MAURER. RANDALL |ON 419 Cheyenne Drive Lantana. FL 33462 (305)965-7155 Religion Baptist Campus Ministry Community Minis- tries 1. 2. 3. Chairman 4; Ministerial Associ- ation 1. 2. 3. 4. MAY PETER lAMES 15612 Southwest 297th Street Homestead. FL 33033 (305)247-1251 Humanities Resident Advisor 4; Concern Choir 3; Theatre 3. 4; BACCHUS Treasurer 3. 4. MAYS. DONALD CRONALLA P O, Box 726 Rubonia. FL 33561 (813)722-8457 Finance Varsity Basketball 3; Stetson Afro-American Society President 2; Arts and Lectures Com- mittee. MCLEOD. SARAH MARGARET P. O, Box 950 Apopka. FL 32703 (305)889-2980 English Alpha Chi Omega 1. 2. 3. 4 Intramurals Chair- man 1. 2 Executive Council 3; Rho Lambda 4; Rho Chi 4 MCMILLEN. PAMELA SUE 1684 Beaslev Drive DeLand. FL 32720 (305)738-0082 Elementary Education MEIT ANDREW STEVEN 720 Bald Eagle Drive Naples. FL 33942 (813)261-3620 Religion Wesley House 1 . 2. 3. 4. 5. 6; Fine Arts Student Aide 3. 4. 5; Math Club Tutor 2. 3; Art Club 3. 4 MERRITT CAREN RUTH 18 Northwest leth Street Delrav Beach. FL 33444 (305)278-5887 Finance Aipha Xi Delta 2. 3. 4 Treasurer 4; Pi Kappa Alpha Little Sister 2. 3. 4. MESSERSMITH. MARI LOUISE 726 North Boston Avenue De Land. FL 32720 (904)734-6180 Biology Kappa Alpha Theta Charter Member. Social Chairman 3 Alumni Relations 4; Sigma Phi Epsilon Little Sister 1. 2. 3; Phi Eta Sigma 2. 3. 4; Beta Beta Beta 2. 3. 4; Gamma Sigma Epsilon 3.4; Mortar Board President 4; Rho Lambda 4; Dean ' s List 2.3. MEYER. EILEEN MARIE 1431 Northeast 41st Court Pompano Beach. FL 33064 (305)781-5702 Finance Delta Delta Delta 3. 4; Parent ' s Weekend Co- Chairman 3 Registration 2; Greenfeather 3. 4; Catholic Campus Ministry Eucharistic Minis- ter 1. 2. 3, 4; Mortar Board Tassel Award 3; Press Aide 3, 4.; OSBI 4; Pi Kappa Phi Little Sister 1, 2, 3. 4. MICHAUD. STAGEY ELLEN 3946 Huffman Road Medina. OH 44256 (216)723-8553 E)ementary Education Alpha Xi Delta 1. 2. 3, 4; Pi Kappa Phi Little Sister 1. 2. 3. 4; Pho Chi 3: Panhellenic Rush Chairman 4; Omicron Delta Kappa 3. 4; Rho Lambda 3. 4; Catholic Campus Ministry Eu- charistic Minister 2, 3. 4; Residence Hall Staff Assistant 2 Resident Advisor 3.4; Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4: Panhellenic 2. 3. MILLARD. ELVIA CRESPO (JANNY) 619 j East Rich Avenue De Land. Fl 32720 (904)738-0441 Political Science Student Government 1; Delta Sigma Phi Little Sister 1. 2. 3. 4; Alpha Chi Omega 1. 2. 3. 4 Chaplain 2; Model Senate 2. 3. 4; Parent ' s Weekend Chairman 2; Greenfeather Follies Chairman 4; Student Union Board Advisory Body Chairman 4; WSTN Vice-Chairman 3; College Republicans Corresponding Secre- MILLARD. WILLIAM HARRINGTON-HALD 619y2 East Rich Avenue De Land. FL 32720 (904)738-0441 History Phi Epsilon Sigma Quiz Bowl 2. 3; Delta Sigma Phi 1. 2. 3. 4; Greenfeather 1. 2; IFC Rush Chairman 2 Representative 1; Parent ' s Week- end Follies Chairman 2; Recording Secretary DSP 2; WSTN Chairman 3 Disc lockev 1. 2. 3. 4; Alpha Chi Omega Big Lyre 2. 3. 4; Home- coming Committee 3. 4; Student Advisory Council 4; Student Union Board President 4. MILLER. TAMI L. 2103 Orrington Avenue Evanston. IL 60201 (312)266-7158 Psychology Omicron Delta Kappa 3. 4; Psi Chi 2. 3. 4.; Pi Beta Phi 1, 2. 3. 4; Homecoming Chairman 4; Resident Advisor 3 Head Resident 4. MIMS. GARY D. 4 Castlebar Circle Fort Myers. FL 33905 (813)694-4013 Marketing Basketball Team 1. 2. 3. 4. MONROE. HARRIETT VIRGINIA 809 HiUmont Drive Waycross. GA 31501 (912)283-7075 Finance Women ' s Tennis 1; Alpha Kappa Psi 3. 4; Kappa Alpha Theta 3. 4. MONTONY. SUSAN ELIZABETH 6405 Southwest 1351h Drive Miami. FL 33156 (305)666-3814 French Baptist Campus Min istry 1. 2; Intramurals 1. 2. 4; Judo Club 1. 2;Year Abroad Program (France) 3; Kappa Alpha Theta 2. 3. 4; French Play 4; Teacher at Saint Barnabas 4. MORRIS. SHEILA DIANE P O. Box 63 Glenwood. FL 32722 (904)734-3171 Marketing Residence Hal] Staff Assistant 2; Alpha Chi Omega Intramurals Chairman 2 Chaplain 3 Assistant Treasurer 3 Corresponding Secre- tary 4; Lifeguard 2. 3- MORROW. MELANIE DAWN 104 West Voorhis De Land. FL 32720 (904)738-4656 History Alpha Tau Omega Little Sister 2. 3. 4; Catholic Campus Ministry Social Director 2.3; Student Assembly 3. MUDGETT LANCE DAVID Fairwood Parkway West Morrisville. VT 05661 (802)888-3821 Marketing Soccer 4; Marketing Club 4; Security 3. MUNDIE. PETER RAND 12009 North Hemlock Spokane. WA 99218 Finance Lambda Chi Alpha 2. 3. 4; Phi Chi Theta 3. 4; Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4; Carson Health Club 1. 2. 3. 4. MURPHREE. RIDGEWAY BOYD 117 Glenhaven Terrace Tallahassee. FL 32312 (904)385-7512 History SigmaPhi Epsilon 1. 2. 3. 4; Phi Alpha Theta 1. 2. 3. MURPHY FRANCIS MATTHEW 29 Elm Drive Medford. N| 08055 (609)654-1144 Sociology Alpha Tau Omega 2. 3. 4; Cordis Hall Staff 3. NASH. NANCY ELIZABETH 130 Pineneedle Drive Bradenton.FL 33507 (813)753-1311 Marketing Alpha Chi Omega 1. 2. 3. 4 Recording Secre- tary 2 Historian 3; Phi Chi Thela 2. 3.4 Presi- dent 4 Secretary 3; Phi Sigma Kappa Little Sister 1. 2. 3. 4. NELSON. PAMELA ROBYN 1216 South Keene Road Clearwater, FL 33516 (813)442-7078 Hun nitie Baptist Campus Ministry 3, 4; Outstanding Ju- Hu aniti! NELSON. VALERIE R. 3291 Southwest 16th Terrace Miami. FL 33145 (305)445-1417 Accounting Kappa Alpha Theta 3. 4 Rush Chairman 3; Alpha Kappa Psi 2. 3. 4 Historian 3. 4; Resi- dent Advisor 2, 3 Head Resident 4; Alpha Tau Omega Little Sister 1. 2. 3; Omicron Delta Kappa 3. 4; Honor Roll 2. 3. NIELANDER. HELEN ANNE 2317 Barcelona Drive Fort Lauderdale. FL 33301 (305)463-0492 English Alpha Xi Delta Marshal. Alumni Relations. Scrapbook Chairman 1 Assistant Pledge Trainer 2 Executive Council. Pledge Trainer Committee. Quill Committee 3.4 Pledge Trainer 3 Vice-President 4; Panhellenic Rush Counselor 4; Rho Lambda 4; Sigma Tau Delta Date. English Honorary 3 Historian 4. ORTIZ. LANCE CHRISTOPHER 802 Layton Drive Olathe. KS 66061 Mathematics Sigma Phi Epsilon 2. 3. 4; WSTN Disc Jockey 1 ; Pre-Medical Club 2. 3; Beta Beta Beta 1,2.3. 4; Army ROTC 1. 2. 3. 4. PALMER. ELIZABETH ANNE 6014 Cardinal Drive Newberry. NC 28560 (919)638-6594 Political Science Vice-chairman for Model Senate 1 Secretary 1; Phi Alpha Theta 1, PAPENDICK. KAREN GRACE 4785 47th Street Sarasota. FL 33580 (813)351-2132 Accounting Phi Chi Theta 3. 4; Student Union Board 2. 3. PAPPAS. MARK THOMAS 270 West 51st Street Hiaieah. FL 33012 (305)823-1045 Finance PEDRAJA. LUIS G. 619 Southwest 11th Avenue. 1 Miami. FL 33130 (305)856-1401 Religion Baptist Campus Ministry 3. Outreach Direc- tor 1. BCM State Council 1. Ministerial Asso- ciation 3. Program Director 1; Stetson Report- er Religious Life Editor 1. PELHAM. CAROLE DIAN 1025 Crystal Lake Road Lutz. Fl 33549 (813)949-4433 Psychology Concert (jhoir 4 President 1. Secretary 1; Chapel Choir 2. PENLAND. MELISSA SUE 1001 Indian Oaks West Holly Hill. FL 32017 (904)255-4370 Finance Honors Program 3. 4; Phi Sigma Kappa 3. 4; Omicron Delta Kappa 4. PETERSON. STEVEN PAUL 10541 Southwest 107th Street Miami. FL 33176 (305)596-3371 General Bu PEQUIGNOT ION FRANK R O. Box B Alachua. FL 32615 (904)462-4975 Psychology Varsity Baseball 1. 2. 3. 4. 203 PERSSON. ERICA ELIZABETH 14 Apple Hill Rd. Slurbridge. MA 01566 (617)347-9392 Psychology Lambda Chi Alpha LilUe Sister 1. 2, 3. 4. PFIESTER. DENNIS ANTHONY 7780 70lh Street Pinellas Park. FL 33565 (813)544-1047 Marketing Alpha Tau Omega 1. 2, 3, 4 Usher 2 Social Chairman 2, 3, 4; IPC Social Chairman 3. PILE, ROBERT |OHN 826 Country Club Drive Venice. FL 33595 (813)497-2024 Marketing Lambda Chi Alpha President, Secretary; Omi- cron Delta Kappa; Order of Omega PISTEY, EILEEN |OANN 4424 Senac Drive Metairie, LA 70003 (504)454-2634 Management Stetson Union Board 1, 2, 3. 4; Coffeehouse Chairman 2, 3; Alpha Kappa Psi 3, 4; Service Chairman 4; Circle K 3. 4 Treasurer 3. POLACK, PETER lOSEPH 2110 Northwest 29th Street Gainesville, FL 32605 (904)372-7609 Biology Honors Program 1; Beta Beta Beta 2, 3, 4; Gam- ma Sigma Epsilon 3, 4; American Chemical Society 3. 4; Alpha Chi Omega Big Brother 3. 4; Pre-Medical Club 2, 3, 4; Stetson Reporter Photographer 1; Young Republicans Club 1; Honor Roll 2. 3; Deans List 3. POLIT lAlME RAFAEL RR 3, Westwood Drive Mount Pleasant. lA 52691 (319)986-5754 Marketing Pi Kappa Phi 2. 3, 4 Treasurer 3; Honors Pro- gram 3; Phi Chi Theta 3, 4. POOLE, GLENDON FRAZER 1502 River Farm Drive Alexandria, VA 22308 (703)780-8309 History Outdoor Club 4. PREMUTO, MICHELLE ROSE 201 62d Street South Saint Petersburg, FL 33707 (813)381-6512 Finance Stetson Union Board 2,3,4; Catholic Campus Ministry 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Chi Theta 3. 4: Associ- ation of Computing Machinery 3, 4; Honor Roll; Dean ' s List. PRINGLE. RICHARD WAYNE Route 2. Box 19-D Immolakee, FL 33934 (813)657-2523 General Business Omicron Delta Kappa 3. 4; Phi Eta Sigma 2, 3, 4; Pi Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4; ROTC 2, 3. 4; Resident Adv ■ 3. 4. PROETTA. MICHAEL ANGELO RD «2. Box 246 Putnam Valley. NY 10579 (914)526-2864 Biology Beta Beta Beta 2. 3. 4; )udo Club 1. 2; Resi- dence Hall Staff Assistant 2; |udo Club 1, 2; Pre-Medical Club 2. 3; American Chemical Society 2, PRUIM, ELMER G. Ill 125 Salisbury, »C-3 De Land,FL 32720 (904)738-2959 Accounting QUEEN, TRACEY LEE 500 Southwest 19th Street Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315 (305)761-3923 Marketing Phi Sigma Kappa Little Sister 2, 3, 4; Phi Chi Thela 3. 4. RATHBURN, DAVID DREW 5078 Park Drive Vermilion. OH 44089 (216)967-5032 Biology Beta Beta Beta 2. 3. 4 Vice-President 4; Ameri- can Chemical Society 3. 4 Treasurer 4; Pre- Medical Club 1. 2, 3. 4; Zeta Tau Alpha Big Brother 3, 4. RECUPERO, lOHN JOSEPH 2608 Old Church Place De Land, FL 32720 (904)736-3165 Finance Inlramurals 2. 3. 4; Stetson Union Board Re- creation Committee 3. 4; Stetson Marketing Association 3. REHRIG, lOHN KEVIN 4230 Hickory Hill Boulevard TitusviUe. FL 32780 (305)267-3891 Political Science REIERSON. BRUCE JEFFREY 201 Centre Avenue Lindenhurst. NY 11757 (516)888-8904 Finance Delta Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; IFC Representative 2, 3- RELF. MURRAY CHARLES 966 Flotilla Club Drive Indian Harbor Beach, FL 32937 (305)773-3232 Biology Winter Term Theme Committee 3, 4; Honor Roll 1. 2. 3, 4; Pre-Medical Club President 3 Secretary 2; Phi Eta Sigma 2, 3, 4; Gamma Sigma Epsilon 3. 4; Beta Beta Beta 2. 3, 4 Out- standing Freshman in Biology Award 2, Presi- dential Scholarship 3, REYNOLDS. |ANET LYNN 4380 Charter Point Boulevard lacksonville. FL 32211 (904)744-3417 Elementary Education Delta Delta Delta 1, 2, 3, 4 Activities Chair- man 3 Pledge Trainer 4; Pi Kappa Phi Little Sister 2, 3, 4; Mortar Board 4; Rho Lambda 3, 4, RICHARDS, KIMBERLYANN 212 North Lake Avenue Lehigh, FL 33936 (813)369-6797 Elementary Education Pi Kappa Alpha Little Sister 3. 4; Zeta Tau Alpha 1. 2, 3. 4 Social Chairman 3 Vice-Presi- dent 4, RICHARDSON, HOLLY ELAINE 1342 Bougainvillea Street Fort Myers. FL 33901 (813)334-6561 Alpha Kappa Psi 2, 3, 4 President 4; Kappa Alpha Theta 3, 4 Purchase Fund Officer 4; FOCUS Advisor 3, 4; Parent ' s Weekend Com- mittee 3. RICHARDSON, TODD COUNCIL Route 5. Box 222 Live Oak. FL 32060 (904)776-1687 History RIDGEWAY. LYNN MARIE 11404 Rollinghouse Road Rockville, MD 20852 (301)881-3559 Marketing Alpha Xi Delta 1. 2. 3. 4 Marshal. Social Chair- man 2. 3; Stetson Marketing Association 3. 4; Sigma Nu Little Sister 1. 2. 3. 4. ROBINSON. NIKKI ELIZABETH 1012 lohnson Street Kev West. FL 33040 (305)294-1985 History Kappa Alpha Theta 3. 4; Intramurals 3, 4. ROBINSON, WENDY ALLEN 1570 Mediterranean Road West Palm Beach, FL 33406 (305)967-5435 French Alpha Xi Delta Sorority 1. 2. 3. 4, Pledge Train- er 2. Corresponding Secretary 4; BACCHUS 4; Canterbury House 4. ROBLE. lAMES LOUIS 1933 Sourwood Boulevard Dunedin. FL 33528 (813)734-4614 General Business BACCHUS Vice-President 2. ABS 2. ROBLE. lEFFREY D. 1933 Sourwood Boulevard Dunedin. Fl 33528 (813)734-4614 Marketing BACCHUS; Theatre; ABS 2, ROGERS, BRUCE LAYTON RED 2, Box 307 De Land, Fl 32720 (904)734-1150 Finance Pi Kappa Phi 2, 3. 4. Archon 4. Treasurer 3. Social Chairman 3; Student Director of Intra- murals 2. 3. 4; Mortar Board 3. 4; Phi Chi The- ta 3. 4. ROGERS. lOSEPHINE MARIAN 1067 Golfside Drive Winter Park. Fl 32792 (305)671-3302 Psychology Sigma Phi Epsilon 1. 2. 3. 4; Bat Girl 3, 4; Kappa Alpha Thela 4; Inlramurals 1. 2. 3. 4. ROULSTONE. SUSAN LYNN 5407 Tara Woods Drive South lacksonville. FL 32210 (904)778-0730 French Delta Sigma Phi Little Sister 2. 3. ROWE. SOPHIA HELEN 4699 Oleander Avenue Fort Pierce. Fl 33450 (305)461-5970 Elementary Education Pi Beta Phi 1. 2. 3. 4; Lambda Chi Alpha Little Sister 2, RYAN, GEORGE A |R. 1 Whipple Avenue Westerlv, RI 02891 (401)596-1832 Marketing Pi Kappa Alpha 3, 4; Phi Chi Theta 3. 4; Varsi- ty Cheerleader 3; lunior Varsity Basketball 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Government Association Vice-President 2. RYAN. lEFFREY WILLIAM 6 Rose Terrace Chatham. N) 07928 (201)635-5587 Finance Pi Kappa Alpha Resident Counselor 1; Order of Omega Vice-President 1; IFC Vice-Presi- denll Advisor 1. SANCHEZ. FELIPE GARZA 214 South 9lh Street Immolakee. FL 33934 (813)657-3371 Chemistry Gamma Sigma Epsilon 3. 4; American Chemi- cal Society 3. 4, SCHADE, BARTON PRICE 2416 Egremont Drive Orange Park, FL 32073 (904)264-1016 Mathematics and Computer Science Association of Computing Machinery 3, 4; Honor Roll 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4, SCHEFER. LEE E. 255 Canterbury Road Westfield, N) 07090 (201)233-8354 General Business Pi Kappa Alpha 1, 2. 3. 4; Zeta Tau Alpha 2. 3. 4; Greenfealher 2. 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2. 3. 4; Catholic Campus Ministry 2. 3. 4. SCHMID. THOMAS HENRY 555 West Admiralty Naples. FL 32720 (813)262-7793 Sigma Nu 1. 2. 3, 4, lunior IFC Representative 1, Historian 2. Social Chairman 3; Water Ski- ing 1; Stetson Union Board Representative 3. SCHULENBERG. lAMES EUGENE 1634 Sheffield Drive Clearwater. FL 33516 (813)531-9567 Marketing Lambda Chi Alpha 1. 2. 3. 4. IFC Representa- tive 1; Student Government Association Re- presentative 1 ; Resident Advisor (New Men ' s) 3 Head Resident (Cordis) 4; Alpha Xi Delta Roselhorne 3; Greenfeather Committee Chairman 4. SCHULER. DEANNA JEANE 808 Park Avenue De Leon Springs. FL 32028 (904)985-4543 Elementary Education Kappa Delta Pi 2, 3, SCIACCA. WILLIAM |OHN 4249 Heather Circle Palm Beach Gardens. FL 33410 (305)622-5928 Sigma ' Phi Epsilon 1, 2. 3; Theta Alpha Phi 2. 3; Wrestling Club 2. SCIAINO. MARIA ANN 2811 Hertha Avenue Orlando. FL 32826 (305)273-4955 Elementary Education Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4; Phi Eta Sigma 1. 2. 3. 4; Brass Choir Wind Ensemble. Orchestra 1. 2. 3. SERIO. TIMOTHY PATRICK 6605 Gamble Drive Orlando. FL 32808 (305)293-3278 Marketing Pi Kappa Rush Chairman. Vice-President 1; Zeta Tau Alpha Big Brother 1. 2. 3; 1983 Homecoming King, SEWELL. STEVEN DAROLD 615 East 6lh Avenue Tallahassee. FL 32312 (904)222-3745 SEYMOUR. lULIA ANN 14423 Neplune Road Seminole. FL 33542 (813)595-6113 Political Science Zeta Tau Alpha 1. 2. 3. 4 Music Cha Alpha Tau Omega Little Sister 3. 4 Sweetheart 4; FOCUS Staff 2. 3. 4 Parents Orientation Co- Chairman 4; ludiciary Council 4, SHAW. EMILIE WALKER 1305 Balamlrae Court Mc Lean. VA 22101 (703)790-1772 Psychology Pi Beta Phi 3, 4; Intramurals Chairman, SHELY TYLER G III 511 North Amelia Avenue De Land, FL 32720 (904)738-3622 Sociology SICILIANO, WILLIAM PETER 833 Northwest 133d Avenue Sunrise, FL 33325 (305)473-5860 Master of Business Administration Lambda Chi Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Treasurer 4; Baptist Campus Ministry; Head Resident Smith Hall; Wrestling Team Weight Coach SIMON, LINDA ANN 419 Cheyenne Drive Lantana, FL 33462 (305)965-7155 Music Education Baptist Campus Ministry 2, 3, 4 Ministerial Association 2. 3, 4; Honor Roll 2. 3. SIMPSON, ALISON |. 4445 Hickory Drive Palm Beach Gardens. FL 33410 (305)622-7333 Finance Phi Mu 1. 2, 3 Phi Director 2 Vice-President 3 President 4; Rho Lambda 3. 4; Rho Chi 4; Phi Chi Theta 3. 4; Yearbook Staff 1. 4; Resident Advisor 4, SKELTON. MICHELE S, 1644 Treefern Court lacksonville, FL 32221 (904)781-8427 Physical Education Phi Mu 1 , 2, 3. 4; All Star Softball, Basketball, Football; Student Supervisor of Women ' s In- tramurals 3.4; Mortar Board 3. 4; Rho Lambda 3. 4; Rho Chi 4; Dean ' s List 3. 4, SLAMA. ROBERT 1, Robert lohn Slama 5231 Sarasota Court Cape Coral. FL 33904 (813)542-1418 Political Science ROTC 3. 4; Student Government Association Senator 2 Senator of the Month 2 Vice-Presi- dent 4; Zeta Tau Alpha Big Brother 2. 3. 4 Sweetheart 4; Model Senate 3. 4; Yearbook Staff 2; Stetson Union Board Advisory Body 1; Residence Hall Staff Assistant 2; Scabbard and Blade 4; Distinguished Military Student4, SLONE, RICHARD MARVIN 14445 Apache Avenue Largo. FL 33544 (813)595-0137 Physics Gamma Chi 2. 3; Alpha Tau Omega Charter Member 3. Little Sister Chairman 3. Vice- President 3; Society of Physics Students 2. 3. 4. Vice-President 3. President 4; Sigma Pi Sig- ma 3. 4; Gamma Sigma Epsilon 4; Pre-Medical Club 4; Stetson Reporter Photographer 2; IFC 3; IFIC 3; College Republicans 4. SMALLEY SANDRA E, P O. Box 528 Dade City. FL 33525 (904)567-3252 Finance Delta Delta Delta 2. 3. 4 Librarian 3 Executive Vice-President 4; Student Government Asso- ciation 3; Phi Chi Theta 3. 4; Rho Chi 4; Rho Lambda 3. 4. SMARKUSKY RONALD 40 Riverwood Drive Ormond Beach. FL 32074 (904)673-5518 Finance Sigma Phi Epsilon 3. 4; Stetson Union Board Recreation Chairman 3 Concerts Chairman 4; Zeta Tau Alpha Big Brother 3. 4; ROTC 3. 4 Scabbard and Blade 3. 4. SMITH. DENISE CATHERINE 670 Caiman Satellite Beach. FL 32937 (305)777-2489 Elementary Education Alpha Chi Omega 1. 2. 3. 4 Warden 3 2d Vice- President 4; Pi Kappa Alpha Little Sister 1. 2. 3, 4; Rho Lambda 3. 4, 204 SMITH. KRISTI ANN 143 Kim Drive Naples. FL 33942 (813)775-9336 Biology Delia Delta Delia 3. 4; Fralernily Education Officer 4; Pi Kappa Phi Little Sister 3. 4; Homecoming Court 3. SMITH. SHARON ARLENE 7442 Venetian Way West Palm Beach (3051585-7222 Accounting Alpha Chi Omega President 4 Treasurer 2. 3: Varsity Cheerleader 3; Rho Lambda 3. 4; Ac- countancy Club 3. 4. SNIVE. SHERYL ANN 2335 Bald Mountain Court Vail. CO 81657 (303)476-4715 Psychology SPATARA. BONNI MARIE 428 San Mateo Drive Palm Springs. FL 33461 (305)964-2615 Sociology Delta Sigma Phi Little Sister 1. 2. 3. 4; Delta Tau Kappa3.4; FOCUS Advisor 4; Dean ' s List 3. 4. SPOONER. ROBERT GRAHAM 4128 Heath Road lacksonville. FL 32211 (904)744-5510 Soccer 1. 2. 3 Co-Caplain 4. STAHL. RICK T 540 Randv Lane Fort Myers Beach. FL 33931 (813)463-2501 Economics Resident Advisor 4; Stetson Union Board Re- presentative 4: BACCHUS 4. STAVEY. DIANE LEE 184 Lake Franklin Drive Mount Dora. FL 32757 (904)383-0350 Psychology Dancer ' s Workshop 1. 2; Drill Team 2; Alpha Tau Omega Little Sister 1. 2. 3: Baptist Cam- pus Ministry 1, 2. 3.: Psi Chi 3. 4 President 4; Mortar-Board 4: Koinonia Editor 4. STEELE. WILLIAM M. Ill 5611 Ponte Verde Road Pensacola. FL 32507 (904)492-1857 Psychology Pi Kappa Alpha 1. 2. 3. 4; Baptist Campus Min- istry Stale President 4; Theta Alpha Phi 3, 4; ludo Club 2. 3, 4. STEPHENS. PAMELA BRYANT 1071 Gulfslream Way Riviera Beach, FL 33404 (305)842-0811 Biology Bat Girl 3, 4; Intramurals 1. 4; |udo Club 1; American Chemical Society 2. SUHR. HUGH PATRICK 920 Reef Road Vero Beach. FL 32963 (305)231-6051 General Business Reporter Staff 1; Student Government Associ- ation Senator 1.2.3 Budget Committee Chair- man 2. 3; Phi Chi Theta 2. 3. SURRATT STEVE MARK 1158 Howell Creek Drive Winter Springs. FL 32718 (305)699-0134 Marketing Alpha Tau Omega 3. 4. SUTTIE. CRAIG WILLIAM 3636 Timber Trail Orlando. FL 32808 (305)293-0026 Finance Pi Kappa Alpha 3. 4 Social Chairman. SUTTON. MARK DAVID 1511 Linhort Avenue Fort Myers. FL 33901 (813)332-3520 Accounting Phi Chi Theta 3. 4. SWANBERRY SHARON LEE 120 Bridle Trail Fairfield. CT 06430 (203)259-6914 Social Science Women ' s Tennis 1. 2. 3. 4, TEETS. JAMES CRAWFORD 709 Northeast Third Street Belle Glade. FL 33430 (305)996-7065 Finance Pi Kappa Alpha 1. 2. 3. 4, Secretary 1. 2. Vice- President 3; Pi Beta Phi Arrowman 2. 3. 4; Security 2, TESH. KURT lOHN 1630 E Avenue Northeast Winter Haven. FL 33881 (813)293-9823 Finance Honors Program 1. 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Dean ' s List 2. 3; WSTN 1.2. 3. 4. Station Man- ager 2, Technical Advisor 3. 4, Alpha Kappa Psi 3. 4, Pledge Class President 3, House. Re- search Chairman 4; College Bowl 2. 3. 4. THRASH. DAVID GATE 4200 141h Way Northeast Saint Peterburg. FL 33703 (813)527-0037 Finance Pi Kappa Phi 4; Alpha Kappa Psi 3. 4. THURLOW, HENRY ANDERSON |R. RO. Box 128 Islamorada. FL 33036 (305)852-2381 e349 Psychology ROTC 1.2.3; Scabbard and Blade 2. 3. 4 Vice- President 3. 4 Resident Advisor 3. 4. TIDWELL. TRACY DALE P O. Box 398 Silver Springs, FL 32688 (904)351-4727 General Business Alpha Xi Delta 1. 2. 3. 4 Ritual Chairman. Historian; Circle K 3; Pre-Velerinary Club 3; Explorer Scouts 1.2.3 Vice-President; Stetson Outdoor Club 2. 3; Rifle Team 3; College Re- publicans 3 Social Committee Chairman; Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2. TOMASKY BERNARD E. 630 E. Thelma Street Lake Alfred. FL 33850 History Phi Sigma Kappa 1, 2. 3. 4 President 4 Vice- President 3 IFC 1. 2; Stetson Union Board 1. 2; Boys for Democracy 1. 2, 3, 4. TREDWAY. PATRICIA ANN R O. Box 113 Yalaha. FL 32797 ( )324-3835 General Business TUCKER. DENNIS L. 2110 West Ernest Street Kissimmee. FL 32741 (305)933-0974 Church Music WSTN Disc lockey 3; Canterbury Club 3; Ghapel Choir 4; Music School Advisory TULKA. JOSEPHINE ELLEN 148 Gregory Place West Palm Beach. 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Penaranda Acarigua — 3301 Portuguesa — Venezuela 58-55-46270 Accounting Alpha Kappa Psi, VITES. KATHERINE D. 4305 Roosevelt Street Hollywood. FL 33021 (305)981-3306 Accounting Delta Delta Delta 1 . 2. 3. 4 Trident Correspon- dent 2 Pledge Trainer 3 Chaplain 4; Alpha Kappa 2. 3. 4 Historian 3 Master of Rituals 4; Stetson Marketing Association 2. 3. 4 Vice- President 4; Accountancy Club 3 . 4; Staff Aide 2; Parent ' s Weekend Committee 2, 3 Chair- man of Follies 3, WARE, GEORGE RANDALL 401-5 North Boston Avenue De Land, FL 32720 (904)738-4294 Marketing Sigma Phi Epsilon 1,2,3, 4; Phi Mu Big Broth- er 1, 2, 3 Phi Mu Sweetheart 3; Homecoming Committee 2; Greek Week Committee 2, 3; Catholic Campus Ministry 1, 2, 4. WARR TERENCE MASON 220 Magnolia Drive De Land, FL 32720 (904)734-0091 Physics Society of Physics Students 1 , 2, 3, 4, 5; Sigma Pi Sigma 2, 3, 4, 5; Phi Beta Kappa 4, 5. 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MD 20854 Physical Education Pi Beta Phi 1. 2, 3. 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4; Varsity Softball 2: Rho Lambda 4; Co-Chair- man Centennial Homecoming Road Race 3; Baptist Cam.pus Ministry; Panhellenic Dele- gate 3, 4. ZOBEL, HALLIE LYNN 2671 Merrie Oaks Road Winter Park, FL 32792 (305)678-1920 Marketing Pi Beta Phi 1, 2. 3, 4 Panhellenic Delegate 3 House Director 4: Homecoming 1,2,3, 4: Rho Chi 4; Resident Advisor 4; Rho Lambda 3, 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; FOCUS Advisor 3. ZULLI, PAMELA ANN 18507 Putters Place Lutz, FL 33549 (813)973-3179 Accounting Alpha Chi Omega 3, 4. Phi Chi Theta 4, 205 " Things to R«nf for Every [ynf J. E. 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Empire America Member FSLIC Congratulations, Scott Williams, on an excellent career at Stetson. Your family is proud of you. Our love is with you always. Dear Son — (Arthur Grady) Wishing you a wonderful and great ca- reer in the field you have chosen. Dad You did it Karen Cooksey! Four years of what must have seemed like endless hours of homework, with no reprieve in sight. The hard work paid off and your goal obtained. Many congratulations to you, we are extremely proud of you. Love you, Mom, Dad, and Debbie Steve Thome; Keep up the good work! Love, Mom and Dad We ' re proud of you, Jeff Moses, and look- ing forward to your success. Love, Mom, Dad, and Vicky Julie Korfage — From Excelsior to Hat- ter. You have heard. Our love and sup- port continues ad infinitum. Mother and Dad The Long and Winding Road ... SO PROUD OF YOU . . . Congratulations, BOB LOVE, Mom, Dad, Scott and Nanny EFIRD 1980-1984 Fred Love: May the journey be joyful! With love. Dad and Mom Lynn Howard: We are proud of you! Luv, Mom, Dad, and Ivy Congratulations to Stetson Augustus C. Long Dear Linda Graves, You are a joy to have as a daughter. Con- gratulations on all your fine accomplish- ments. Love, Mom and Dad Congratulations Patrick Sedlak Love, Mom and Dad To Bill Steele, We are extremely proud of your dedica- tion, tenacity, and commitment to God ' s work. May your follow-on education be as successful and rewarding. We love you, Mom and Dad Joel Cox, Jr. We are proud of you — we knew you could do it! With love. Mom, Dad, and Sis Fred Jacobs: Congratulations to a fine son, who has shown his family what kind of man he will be in the future. Good luck and God bless in all you do. 208 To our girls: Katharine Fuller and Lucy Huddleston We love you and are proud of you. Mom Dad Dottie Jim Dear Bill and Janny Millard, The future is as bright as the promises of God. A life lived for God is a successful life. Rom. 8:28-39 You can do all things through Christ which strengthen you. Ph. 4:13 F. A. Crespo Congratulations Margaret Mary Casey From: The Casey Family We all love you, Olga Athanasion Mom, Dad and George To our son, Scott Griggs: Congratulations and thanks for giving us the happiest years of our lives and mak- ing all of our dreams come true. Love, Mom and Dad Jackif Olson, " To my littlest angel " You said your 1st year was really tough and the second blooming year seems just as rough. Honey, with your determination and drive — you ' ll finish these years and graduate with pride. I love you! Mother Dear Buzz Maddox, May your graduation be just the begin- ning ... of a future filled with success and joy. Your proud and loving family. Mom, Dad, Deborah, and Tina Lisa Waring: Study Study Study Tennis Tennis Tennis Party Party Party ZTA ZTA ZTA Go for it!!!! Great start. Heather Sibley — May " the best go on! " Love, D and M Elizabeth Palmer: We are very proud of you and we love you. Nina Belanger, The years have flown and your future is at hand. Walk in the sunshine of our love always. Mom and Dad To our number one daughter, LADAWN RUTH LONG . . . As always, we are very, very proud of you!! We really do Know how hard you worked. We ' re your biggest fans always. Our love and support always, Mama and Daddy Romans 8:28 Jay Nieporte, Congratulations on your achievements at Stetson. We are very proud of your baseball accomplishments as well as your academics. Keep up the good work and may God lead you in all walks of life. We love you dearly. Your parents Dear Helen Rowe, We are so very proud of you! love. Mom and Dad Sandra Jeter, We love you! 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All our love, Mom Dad Tom, Tammy, Tif, and Bif Dear Jaime, By finishing this phase of your education you are ready to begin a more important one yet, that of your graduate schooling. Con- gratulations on your accomplish- ments and good luck in your fu- ture endeavors. Your always loving parents, Jaime and Maria The Best of Everything to the Class of 1984 Dr. Mrs. LaMar A. MacNutt To Lance Mudgett Congratulations and Love Mom Dad Sharon, I know that you will succeed in everything you undertake in the future. You have done fine, so far, and you have made me very proud of you. I love you very much, Mom Dear Randi, " May life be as good to you as you have been to us . . . Climb ' til your dreams come true. " Love always, Mom Dad CONGRATULATIONS and GOOD LUCK to Jo-Anne and the CLASS OF ' 84 The Lauder Family 212 — Advertisements XXonor J .oll of JL atrons Mr. Frank Walrath Mr. A. A. Viola Mr. Mrs. J. Thompson Mr. Mrs. L. L. Hawthorne, Jr. Mr. R. W. Vara Mr. Mrs. T.L. Faber Mr. F. L. 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Pierce, FL Cincinnati, OH Orlando, FL Cato, NY Miami, FL Garfield, NJ Miami, FL Largo, FL Naples, FL Lehigh Acres, FL St. Petersburg, FL Mechanicsville, MD Thank you for your support! 214 — Advertisements Lennox Studios i ■■■ 1 Advertisements — 215 GO With The HOME TEAM! We offer friendly personal service - designed just for you. See us today for all your Banking needs We want to be YOUR Bank Our 24 hour teller never takes a Holiday Fast-action loans Checking and Savings Immediate credit on parents ' checks Free Orange juice and coffee DeLand State Bank and Trust 734-851 1 Member FDIC ■ ComerE. New York Amelia Ave -DeLand. na. I The Home Town Bank 216 — Advertisements f 0 i 7 • ' « is sT " L V ■ Hi M % %. THE WORLD IS FULL OF FOLLOWERS: R.IO. T.IC. LEARN WHAT IT TAKES TO LEAD. Advertisements — 217 BRUNSWICK CORP. ' technical Business Qr9up ' - ■ tie? 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The Baby Advertisements 219 Bellinrs Delicatessen Uariety Of Hot Or C old Subs Phone 736-1747 Congratulations of 1984 NEW COLOR TV • SELF DIAL 24 HR. ROOM PHONES • FIRM MATTRESSES • VIBRATORS • CARPET • AIR CONO. • SHUFFLEBOARD • NEAR STETSON UNIV. SHOPPING CENTER • EFFICIENCIES WMOm • COMMERCIAL RATES gJtWii ' H STAY WITH EPPIS AMONG THE ORANGE TREES. cUaC- 734-0670 1 1010 N. WOODLAND BLVD. Morrison Food Management Services, Inc. Providing food management expertise for superior meal programs in hospitals, schools, office buildings and factories across the South, preparing delicious food from recipes that have pleased Southerners for generations. S3 PHONE: 734-2154 UDestern Auto Associaie Store 114 South Blvd. Deland, Florida 32720 Need quality printing. TOM MURPHY Owner STEVE BRADEEN Manager Telephone 734-5615 CHARLES T. SLAUGHTER, III, D.M.D. Office Hours By Appointment 856 West Plymouth Avenue DeLand, Florida 32720 HATTER BOOKSTORE CONGRATULATES THE GRADUATING CLASS tTENJIONTt printing LJ company Come see us at 726 South Boulevard (the place on South Boulevard where the clock is never right) Letterheads Envelopes Books Programs Business Cards Tickets Business Forms Newsletters Flyers Labels Four-color process Congratulations Graduates! McDoHaid ' sr ® 941 N. Woodland Blvd. DeLand Hatter Staff EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: DARKROOM EDITOR: BUSINESS EDITOR: ADVISORS: Julie Korfage Betsy Aldrich Todd Richardson Jayne Marlowe Ann Burlin COMPANY REPRESENTATIVE: Missy Green 222— Hatter Staff Section Editors and Staff Student Life: Sports: Greeks: Angela Deen Debbie Dunnovan Dana Baldwin Maria Albano Janet Young Lance Willumson Kimberly Smith Hallie Zobel Alison Simpson Organizations: Tambre Ware Shari Gegerson Classes: Faculty: Photographers: Brad Johnston Beth Chesser Josie Tulka Craig Putnal Ben Turoff Betsy Aldrich Jennifer Lloyd Bill Judge Peter Gore Mike Regas Nancy Morrison = Section Editor Hatter Staff— 223 From The Editor . . . I don ' t even know if I can express the feeling I have — it ' s one of sheer excitement that the last page of this yearbook is finally completed . . . it ' s one of sincere gratitude tow ards everyone who stood by me while making the deadlines . . . it ' s one of love and thankful- ness for all of the wonderful memories I have of Stetson . . . it ' s one of happiness to know that sleep is just around the corner . . . and it ' s one of sadness that my years here are almost gone. Capturing the memories and creating this book wasn ' t an easy job, but I want to give many thanks to everyone that helped. To my Section Editors: Kimberly, Dana, Maria, Josie, Brad, Angela, and Tambre — without you there would be no book. Your hard work and devotion were much appreciated. Words cannot express my gratitude to two special individuals: Betsy and Ben; without these two, there would be no photographs. I could not have completed this book if it were not for the unending encouragement from Jayne and Missy. I cannot leave out a group of girls that were there for me through the good times as well as the bad. The Sisters of Pi Beta Phi are wonderful and will always be loved for their constant love, support, and understanding. A special thanks to my roommate — you ' re super! To those Seniors who will be graduating this May — GOOD LUCK!! To those who aren ' t — I ' ll see you in the Fall. There is one last thought I ' d like to leave with you: Live for today, Learn from yesterday, Look forward to tomorrow. Good Luck and love to all, Julie Korfage Editor 1984 Hatter P.S. Mom and Dad, this book is for you!! 224— From the Editor
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