University of Florida - Tower Seminole Yearbook (Gainesville, FL)
- Class of 1972
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1972 This Page Intentionally Left Blank YEARBOOK OF UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA VOLUME ONE NOSE BOWL BETA HOUSE SORORITY RUSH 11 delta phi epsilon pi gamma phi HALLOWEEN PARTY SIGMA CHI DERBY GREEK LIFE GREEK GAMES 17 ALPHA DELTA PI 1. Katy Ramsberger 2. JoAnn Jenkins 3. Sandy Wood 4. Mom Blume 5. Betsy Brackett 6. Barbara Mischuck 7. Gail Reaves 8. Elizabeth Nettles 9. Vikki Harrison 10. Sharon Suma 11. Mae Gray 12. Ronni Richards 13. Dolly Tison 14. Joy LeQuear 15. Bonnie Coleman 16. Kathy Key 17. Debby Murphy 18. Patti Smith 19. Kathi Hair 20. Cathy Pemberton 21. Sylvia Morgan 22. Connie Entzminger 23. Nina Veckman 24. Susan Hazen 25. Phyllis McCully 26. Susie Jones 27. Gwenn Meyer 28. Kathy Beaver 29. Kim Richardson 30. Mary Ann Whitley 31. Martha Elfe 32. Carol Rahn 33. Joy Clingman 34. Cherry Choate 35. Nancy Gunnett 36. Pat McCoy 37. Jo Lynn Pijot 38. Jane Jeter 39. Susan Terry 40. Nancy Everett 41. Linda Odum 42. Kathie Bzoch 43. Mary Caughman 44. Debbie Frost 45. Cheri Bellotto 46. Maruchi Azorin 47. Beth Duda 48. Marie Junguera 49. Lynn Cameron 50. Susan Fore 51. Jo Ullman 52. Kathy Ullman 19 you cannot take from it more than you put into it. " " Friendship is like a treasury; ALPHA EPSILON PHI 1. Sylvia Laeser 2. Sandy Opes 3. Patty Hart 4. Susie Abrams 5. Janie Katzenberg 6. Debbie Goldenberg 7. Carol Shweky 8. Barbara Kanarek 9. Cydni Aronson 10. Flossie Baum 11. Amy Simon 12. Natalie Issacs 13. Jill Robbins 14. Irene Dreayer 15. Susan Swift 16. Jackie Young 17. Jackie Addes 18. Karen Lindau 19. Amy Cohen 20. Judy Benjamin 21. Donna Leiner 22. Phyllis Swartz 23. Melody Budner 24. Fran Shriffres 25. Sondra Schonwetter 26. Phyllis Weingarten 27. Melinda Shavlan 28. Peggy Freedman 29. Rhonda Brodes 30. Gail Mizrahi 31. Debbie Worman 32. Liz Marks 33. Sherri Alper 34. Laura Bulkin 35. Ellen Hartwell 36. Amy Tishman 37. Debbie Zwick 38. Rae Weinstein 39. Bonnie Lipinsky 40. Sharon Karlitz 41. Julia Stern 42. Sharon Mazur 43. Cindy Frank 44. Sonny Arkin 45. Joanie Ziegler 46. Nancy Fineberg 47. Ruth Goldenberg 48. Lisa Rubin 49. Ilene Cummins 50. Elyse Thomas 51. Lynn Rubin 52. Wendy Fraden 53. Renee Goodman 54. Carol Roobin 21 ALPHA OMICRON PI 1. Marilyn Jackson 2. Sharon Tew 3. Pam Lucas 4. Karen Paulk 5. Cheryl Waldorf 6. Mary Kovalsic 7. Karen Tharpe 8. Carol Lacatski 9. Holly Brown 10. Judy Mucci 11. Nancy Edmondson 12. Mrs. Byrkit 13. Khaki Eustace 14. Karen Bradshaw 15. Elly Wren 16. Mary Edwards 17. Cindy Howell 18. Cyndy Borgert 19. Ann Smith 20. Jane Cunningham 21. Debbie Tillis 22. Debbie Nash 23. Pam Stuebe 24. Nancy Martens 25. Bobbie Anding 26. Porsche Pierson 27. Judy Howard 28. Rosemary Giorgianni 29. Kathy Connor 30. Corinne Connors 31. Laurie Poulos 32. Linda Rand 33. Beth Anderson 34. Jan Selby 35. Karen Aho 36. Cathy Laskey 37. Caroline Furman 38. Wendy Sirk 39. Debbie Eckenrode 40. Linda Fields 41. Bonnie Carraher 42. Donna Schmitt 43. Jan Meadows 44. Chrissie Brinckmann 45. Leslie Rundell 46. Paula Cochran 47. Carol Gossman 48. Gayle Robbins 49. Chris Charleton 50. Nina Casey 51. Mary Cromartie 52. Sherri Abbott 53. Joyce Conway 54. Annie Chairsell 55. Cindy Perkins 56. Debbie Harding 57. Gail Hopkins 58. Linda Reitz 59. Linda Nolte 23 CHI OMEGA " Suzy Cremecheese, what got into you? " 24 1. Christy Berthelson 2. Karen Trumm 3. Barbara Sousa 4. Ann Wheeler 5. Deanna Boggs 6. Katie Davis 7. Mom Williams 8. Barbara Smith 9. Sharon Howard 10. Lynn Pappas 11. Brenda Duane 12. Lynn Wenig 13. Tina Hipple 14. Beti Sechen 15. Brian Gillete 16. Barbara Brown 17. Vicki Weeks 18. Elsa Masiello 19. Debbie Brulet 20. Betsy Clark 21. Sally Wadlund 22. Cathy Czufin 23. Debbie Cook 24. Sally Richardson 25. Debbie Howard 26. Kim Keller 27. Stephanie Smith 28. Patti Savino 29. Jan Powell 30. Jamie Laird 31. Bonnie Neal 32. Becky Burnett 33. Maggie Peele 34. Wendy Draud 35. Tracey Lohr 36. Sandy Colt 37. Mickie Caver 38. Jinky Walker 39. Nancy Norris 40. Sharon Reid 41. Marty Parkinson 42. Geri Pryor 43. Susan Skipper 44. Ginna Harby 45. Cheryl Bellinger 25 CHI PHI Individuals doing their own thing, yet living and working together. We pride ourselves on our individualism. In CHI PHI everyone is his own person. We have brothers in all facets of University life. Our brothers are members of Florida Blue Key, Florida Players, University Choir and Band, Omicron Delta Kappa, Student Government, R.O.T.C., the Gator Baseball Team, and the Left. Perhaps the most exciting aspect of Chi Phi, however, is the ability of individuals of different natures to communicate and live together in an atmosphere of harmony and unity. They say only a quarter of what you learn in college is in " The Books. " By working and partying together; by sharing each others joys and sorrows; and by helping each other find out where he is going; CHI PHI tries to give its members that important other " three-quarters " that they can use thr oughout their lives. 26 Mitch Albaugh Roger Allen Jim Bachanowski Mitch Banner Mike Bishku Steve Bohon Bill Caldwell Ronnie Carrell Pete Caterina Mark Cline Jimmy Colyer Jeff Custer Tim Deckert Charles Edwards Keith Elrod Robert Estes Tom Ferguson Larry Garrett Howard Grodensky Gilbert Haskins Steve Hilker T.J. Hodge Jack Holland Thom Illingworth Louis Jones Mike Kracunas Barry Levitt Steve Lewis Keith Lindenberg Mike Lollis Randy Loos Dave Mason Bob Lust Bo Mobley John McCormick Mitch Noble Ralph Nobo Mike Parrish Scott Pike Glen Pinkston Harvey Prior Carl Rieck Luis Sologuren Manfred steffen Mike Stevens Russell sTill Steve sTroud Bill Symington Jimmy Ulseth Bobby Williams DELTA DELTA DELTA " True happiness consists not in the multitude of friends, but in their worth and choice. " Ben Johnson 1. Sue Blalock 2. Marilyn McLeod 3. Terrie Grein 4. Lou Lodge 5. Carolyn Jones 6. Andrea Anderson 7. Donna Stanley 8. Barbara Pattillo 9. Sharon Lay 10. Ellen Mopps 11. Mary Palmour 12. Pat Antosiak 13. Barbara Bonner 14. Sally Hughes 15. Robin Ferguson 16. Sharon Lynn 17. Donna Ellenson 18. Debra Cleary ° 19. Indy Shriner 20 Pat Marschner 21. Becky Gray 22. Beth Kuntz 23. Cindy Imburgia 24. Julie Kimball 25. Claire Lanier 26. Susan Kay 27. Sherrie Chambers 28. Paula Keegan 29. Sharon Strickland 30. Janice Karst 31. Liz Chesney 32. Margaret Talley 33. Karen Roberts 34. Janice Lindsey 35. Cheryl Godwin 36. Sue Scranton 37. Joanne Kennedy 38. Barbara Carter 39. Kathi Kohlhorst 40. Marry Morrow 41. Sharyn Keller 42. Lissa Trantham 43. Susan Wood 44. Merrily Allen 45. Jean Th ibault 46. Harriet Cretekos 47. Pam Brown 48. Trish Gilroy 49. Peg Lauderdale 50. Elise Henry 51. Joy Rector 52. Debra Lincoln 53. Laurel Swan 54. Marlee Wells 55. Lyla Edwards 56. Heidi Braun 57. Claire Kozel 58. Michelle Morre 59. Lisa Council 60. Kyle Tackwell 61. Carol Silverblatt 62. Jan Harris 63. Ann Montsdeoca 29 Not Shown: Paula Kesselring Jill Benner Deborah Anderson Leila Anderson Carol Jo Kimberly Sue Knoop Carrie Carter Peg Landers Camille Larmoyeux Debbie MacClannan Joyce Courtney Deborha Cole Cynthia MacKinnon Kay Peebles Lane Bonner Judy Davis Joyce Gidel Linda Dismuke Lynn Eissey Susie Taylor Cindy Pinnock Donna Pitt Pam Smith Neale Graves Thompson Beverly Rhea Gribble Karen Isern Jackson Kathy Weingand Lindsey Joost Holly Williams Rita Brenda Winialski Robin Trumbo DELTA GAMMA 1. Suzanne Gagnet 2. Muriel McDonough 3. Sally Youngblood 4. Patti Bower 5. Georgeana DuBrevil 6. Julie Craig 7. Corine Moody 8. Sue Leonard ,9. Jan Evans 10. Marcia Graf 11. Carol Harden 12. Patty Cooney 13. Gracie Spinale 14. Linda Hillebrand 15. Linda Means 16. Betsy Fountain 17. Jana Corn 18. Frances Spinale 19. Barbara Scanlon 20. Lynn Fancher 21. Pat Sterling 22. Sharon Townsend 23. ,Nancy Tate 24. Linda Burr 25. Linda Goldstine 26. Lynn Addiscott 27. Liz Owens 28. Margaret Montgomery 29. Jennifer Jones 30. Denise Grimes 31. Gail Leonard 32. Betsy Harrer 33. Ede Holiday 34. Anne Hancock 35. Beth Cline 36. Nancy Fuller 37. Vicki Cook 38. Sally Bruner 39. Toni Scavo 40. Melanie Hays 41. Paula Douglas 42. Anita Polk 43. Ginger Perkins 44. Pam Cligrow 45. Amanda Traweek 46. Shelley Beckwith 47. Cheryl Godwin 48. Julie Athens 49. Kathy Zuroski 50. Beth Page 1. Beth Graves 21. Debbie Truax 42. Julie Crawford 2. Trudie Mclnroy 22. Janet Anderson 43. Alice Driggers 3. Rhonda Hamilton 23. Gayle Copp 44. Kay Barger 4. Patty Clarke 24. Kim Corwin 45. Linda Sherbert 5. Barbara Larson 25. Lindsay Larson 46. Kathi Golden 6. Georgia Stuart 26. Linda Korey 47. Kathy Blaisdell 7. Connie Stein 27. Nanci Boyer 48. Cheryl Greene 8. Debi Bujalski 28. Marilyn Mehornay 49. Mary Lou Bicknell 9. Jenna Stubbs 29. Chris Mehornay 50. Mary Hill 10. Karen Ruppel 30. Linda Lojinger 51. Carol Stanfield 11. Anne Van Meter 31. Laurie Laughlin 52. Mary Shumoert 12. Eunice Reuter 32. Leslie Lott 53. Carolyn Boylin 13. Vicki Haywood 33. Sue Blair 54. Ellen Fleming 14. Susan Hewitt 34. Sally Van Vleet 55. Debbie Bornmann 15. Toni Simms 35. Marbo Feehan 56. Sherri Tierney 16. Betsy Hoover 36. Peggy Eaton 57. Jan Young 17. Marjorie Swim 37. Cheryl Hill 58. Katie Bobb 18. Suzi Brownlee 38. Suzanne Skipper 59. Willa McMaster 19. Colette Zukley 39. Ann Torres 60. Mary Ellen Callis 20. Candy Smith 40. Lynn Branch 61. Betsy Koppen 41. Molly Williams 62. Janice Williams 33 KAPPA DELTA Kappa Delta. Memories are made of this ... Enjoying the little things in life — a quiet afternoon, a smile from a friend, 90 faces who say " I care " ... Feeling deeply when things just aren ' t right — the loss of a friend, a failure on a test, a social injustice .. . Yes, the KD river runs deep. But our bridge to the future lies in taking today and making it something valuable — a memory to learn from tomorrow. 34 1. Cathy Nesler 23. Donna Ebanks 2. Betsy Green 24. Valerie Holcomb 3. Sally Rood Secretary 4. Pam Wilson 25. Marilyn Hope 5. Martha Day 26. Kathy Norris 6. Diane Dean 27. Donna Eyring 7. Laurie Chisholm 28. Barbara McMillan 8. Carol Leemis 29. Michele Thomason 9. Laurie Loughry vice president 10. Nancy Wheeler 30. Cathy Hess 11. Carolyn Pappas 31. Rhonda Stokes 12. Marci McKee 32. Gail Kirby assistant treasurer 33. Cheryl Stoner 13. Sandi Gibson 34. Sandra Mansour 14. Nancy Fistos 35. Terry Vento 15. Dee Meskill Editor 16. Enid Atwater 36. Kendra Stakle 17. Jan Massey President 18. Nancy Hardee 37. Carol Waldorff 19. Bar Bee Emmel 38. Cindy Mosling 20. Pat Farrior 39. Lori Caldwell 21. Michaela Shannon 40. Katha Head 22. Karen Luff 41. Penny Lankheim PHI GAMMA DELTA is a compromise in living among friends. It does not assert conformity on school, war, or even fraternity. We offer a place where you can become involved, learn, and share in genuine fun that stresses both intellectual and social fulfillment in your own direction. 37 PI BETA PHI 38 1. Marci Ronan 22. Rhonda Raborn 2. Cristi Stovall 23. Debbie Cody 3. Louetta Kidd 24. Mary Ellen Johnson 4. Candi Dutton 5. Marie Williams 6. Terri Pitman 7. Sandie Rollins 8. Claudia Behrens 9. Martha Davis 10. Diane Dugoni 11. Jan Macfie 12. Lori Curley 13. Susie Ellis 14. Karen Melching 15. Kaye Thacker 16. Kathy Clarke 17. Audrey Carneiro 18. Pat Satterthwaite 19. Monica Ciprich 20. Margery Moss 21. Barbara Regan 25. Pat Spencer 26. Lee Bice 27. Jane E. Barben 28. Melissa Green 29. Jane Nixon 30. Jo Ann Young 31. Dugan Derringer 32. Ann McLauchlin 33. Betsy Laseter 34. Zan Dismuke 35. Cassie Jacoby 36. Mary Shanks 37. Karen Thoburn 38. Maureen Sommerville 39. Cheryl Kelly 40, Amy Yawn 41. Susie Shanks 42. Sharon Dolan 39 " We are all traveling in the wilderness of this world and the best that we can find in our travel is an honest friend. " - Robert Louis Stevenson SIGMA KAPPA 41 1. Beckie Reidling 2. Kathy Ford 3. Marguerite Schaefer 4. Charlotte Campbell 5. Eileen Twardzik 6. Sue Wakelam 7. Myra Forsberg 8. Bonni Jones 9. Lee Peterson 10. Marsha Rogozenski 11. Tina Maura 12. Mary Anne LaPointe 13. Carole Reaves 14. Karen Esgro 15. Marie Igual 16. Candy Crowe 17. Sally Finlay 18. Julie Hixson 19. Sharon Seemann 20. Vana Christian 21. Marley Jordan 22. Kathy Girffin 23. Kathy Fountain 24. Carol Cuoms 25. Liz Wurs t 26. Judy Koons 27. Kathy Wagner 28. Connie Short 29. Debbie Bristol 30. Karen Witherell 31. Mona Healy 32. Winnie Hollard 33. Sherry Lane 34. Cathie Randall 35. Peggy Green SIGMA NU 1. Randy Thompson 2. Duke Chadwell 3. Wylie Hinton 4. Mike Kyle 5. Darryl Smith 6. Lloyd Rosier 7. Clegg Hooks 8. Donnie Lundy 9. Bob Hinson 10. Steve Ryan 11. Johnny Melton 12. Wade Skipper 13. Myron Hudson 14. Johnny Walker 15. John Brochu 16. Frank Johns 17. Mom Smith 18. Ronnie Crawford 19. Lonnie Hays 20. Leslie Poe 21. Wayne Simpson 22. Delan Archez 23. Kagtow Nedza 24. Terry Stewart 25. Randy Dressel ALPHA GAMMA RHO The morning before the Florida-Kentucky football game, which was Alpha Gamma ' s 44 homecoming, a meeting and barbeque were held to discuss our game plan for financing the new house. We were honored by the presence of Doyle Connor, Commissioner of Agriculture; Richard Kelly, his Executive Assistant and other prominent A.G.R. alumni from throughout the state. The brothers this year have remained active in organizations on campus. Steve Melton served as Agronomy Club president during fall term and is succeeded by Kayton Nedza. On Ag. Council, Terry Stewart holds the Vice President seat with Little Sis, Cammy Musselman and Wylie Hinton filling Secretary and Treasurer spots, respectively. Brother Hinton also serves as President of Collegiate F.F.A. and Brother Stewart as Vice President of Block and Bridal. Secretary-Treasurer of Ag. Econ. Club is Randy Dressel while Brother Bob Hinson fills the secretarial job for Alpha Zeta. Past Noble Ruler for Alpha Gamma, Marvin Giddens, has entered the ranks of Blue Key and graduated from the ranks of school and his seat on the Student Senate as Senator for Agriculture. Taking his vacant seat on the Senate is Brother Frank Jones. Dennis Hargett has retired as Honor Court Justice for Forestry, but retaining his seat is Andy Cottrell. Duke Chadwell serves as Justice for the School of Agriculture. Alpha Gamma Chapter of Alpha Rho has been chiefly concerned with planning and taking steps to build the new fraternity house that has been talked about for the last few years. Hopes are up to have it ready for occupancy by Fall of ' 72. " Life is made up, not of great sacrifices or duties, but of little things, in which smiles and kindness and small obligations, given habitually, are what win and preserve the heart and secure comfort. " Sir Humphry Davy 1. Marilyn Mittentag 2. Judy Feinberg 3. Robin Gilman 4. Barbara Spiegel 5. Jane Ostrowe 6. Maryse Do la Grana 7. Jill Roth 8. Susie Feldman 9. Ellen Corenswet 10. Janet Kratzer 11. Daryl Stillman 12. Marcie Goldstein 13. Ann Lynn Denker 14. Goldie Litt 15. Dane Topal 16. Lynn Schechter 31. Eileen Fried 17. Cynthia Safer 32. Fran Tawil 18. Janet Gerson 33. Karen Karpay 19. Arleen Yanchuck 34. Arlene Pack 20. Suzi Cox 35. Terry Greenberg 21. Rhonda Setzer 36. Cheryl Cooper 22. Renee Sandler 37. Frances Friedman 23. Ricki Novak 38. Mili Katz 24. Bari Berkman 39. Amy Shields 25. Amy Grant 40. Ilene Kushner 26. Robbie Handlin 41. Laurie Perlman 27. Patricia Bayer 42. Judy Gersbacher 28. Judy Schoen 43. Ilene Sperling 29. Shaari Davis 44. Janet Baum 30. Sheri Baker 45. Sandi Stein 46. Wendy Lester DELTA PHI 1. Mark Rule 2. Brian Burkhardt 3. John Bruckner 4. John Rowe 5. Murl Casey 6. Charles Dorman 7. Dennis Fitzgerald 8. Jerry Schneider 9. Sam Wolfson 10. Paul Wunderlich 11. Rich Petrik 12. Henry Veitia 13. David Miller 14. Robert Neumaier 15. Larry Lewis 16. Martin Mendelson 17. Al Macaya 18. John MacNamara 19. Jose Mestre 20. Scott Goodwin LITTLE SISTERS: Stacy Wills, Alexis Perlman, Marlea Hughes, Doe La Loge, Eileen Stoner , Marlee Wells, Laura Young, Sue Rachlin, and Leslie Nuzum. 46 PHI KAPPA THETA Brothers, Pledges, Little Sisters striving for common goals: friendship, unity, understanding. 1. Martha Moore 2. Paula Tarrant 3. Ratty Baldauf 4, Carol Robbins 5. Paula McShane 6. Jo Albert 7. Bobbi Kowalsky 8. Bonnie Bluge 9. Carol Perkins 10. Sue Ann Palmer 11. Karen Rosseland 12. Judy Tergreeny 13. Kathy Schene 14. Linda Fryant 15. Sharon Reardon 16. Debbie Strickland 17. Mona Floyd 18. Sue Cronenberg 19. Bonnie Beck 20. Joyce Woodward 21. Linda Susa 22. Sally Slack 23. Cathy Sudduth 24. Cindy Hursey 25. Sandi D ' Andrea 26. Deanna Barber 27. Beth Lastrappes 28. Kay Pierce 29. Martha Snedaker 30. Lynn Worley 31. Jeanine Jonas 32. Linda Smith 33. Lynn Mott 34. Joyce Grimsley 35. Denise Faulk 36. Sandy Stairs 37. Helen Hundley 38. Kathy Cooper 39. Andrea Soldano 40. Andee Shiffman 41. Jane Gregory 42. Sandy McCandless 43. Gini Auth 44. Rose Anne Johnson 45. Di Eason 46. Jo Coning 47. Linda Hall 48. Diane Waldner PHI MU " I came but for friendship and took away love. " 47 PHI SIGMA SIGMA " The Greatest Happiness of Life is Being Loved for Yourself. " On Southwest 16th Avenue is Building 718 and on first glance one would think it any other apartment complex. But to the sisters of PHI SIGMA SIGMA it ' s more than that, for to us Building 718 is unique. It ' s unique because it houses sisterhood and with sisterhood comes laughter and hopes and striving together for a common cause. This year the PHI SIGS chose to share their uniqueness with nineteen big brothers whose warmth and enthusiasm has added brotherhood to the organization. Forever striving towards the future, the Sisters and Brothers of PHI SIGMA SIGMA find their happiness of life here in Building 718 where they are loved for themselves. 1. Bob Brashear 2. Skip Paxon 3. Karen Stemer 4. Debbie Cohen 5. Frances Greenberg 6. Debbie Cole 7. Joan Myers 8. Sandy Lyons 9. Jackie Edmund 10. Judy Krohngold 11. Sydney McShane 12. Roberta Dubor 13. Omer Hensley 14. Andy Van Buren 15. George Miller 16. Aaron Weinberg 17. Karen Tesser 18. Margie Wise 19. Cami Ozell 20. Gale Kofsky 21. Monica Fleischman 22. Bev Cypen 23. Diane Alterman 24. Janet Goold 25. Lisa Stein 26. Laurie Haire 27. Cindy Anderson 28. Shaun Donahue 29. Sharon Rideout 30. Steve Lundy 31. Susan Riesenberg 32. Brenda Haber 33. Ellen Epstein 34. Robin Lundy 35. Fran Burton 36. Bev Parker Chapter Advisor 37. Clara Zion 38. Louise Levin 39. Liz Maltz 40. Sharon Moore 41. Juli Reiner 42. David Hockberg 43. Sandy Salzberg 48 SIGMA CHI 1. Ken Chapman 2. Jim Whittemore 3. David Neale 4. Harry Maynard 5. Mark Staschke 6. Steve Orman 7. Bob Buck 8. John Dicks 9. " Mom " Woods 10. Dean Patrinelli 11. Bob Revels 12. Joe Griffin 13. Jeff Davis 14. Danny Edwards 15. John DeHaven 16. Jim Gomez 17. David Jones 18. Terry Rigsby 19. Scott Simmons 20. Bill Ulseth 21. Bob Stiff 22. Scott Long 23. Lloyd Mallory 24. George McCall 25. Robert Pearce 26. Rick Chazel 27. Mike Watkins 28. Blake Sticher 29. Mike McCall 30. Gary Lockwood 31. Paul Bracey 32. Tony Bedford 33. Scott Williams 34. Al Mixner 35. John Darden 36. Kipp McKean 37. Doug Stiff 38. Jeff Birr 39. Richard Bennett 40. Jerry Couch 41. Mark Goodson 42. Mike Heekin 43. Bruce Flynn 44. Roger Pinholster 45. Bill Reeves 46. Vic Gardner 47. Bubba Kennard 48. Fred Joy 49. Clay Kuersteiner 50. John Osborne 51. Terry Dimter 52. Randy Jordan 53. John Woodall 54. Robbie Robertson 55. Steve Juncadella 56. Sparks Geibeig 57. Tom Todd 49 FRONT ROW: Cheryl Lucanegro, Kim McFarling, Janice Pappas, Susan Litzau, Barbara McDaniels, Susan Bartelt, Bysie Spahr, Debbie Parks, Mary Loquin, Cindy Freedman, Marsha Moran, Nancy Smith, Celeste Nielsen, Alicia Nielsen, Karen Beggs, Joelen Kilbas, Carolyn Yates, Beth Bolten, Patti Shannon, Jenny ZETA TAU ALPHA Mathews, Maria Gomez, Isie lerisi, Leslie Stanford, Melodie Marcussen, Len Wheeley, Anne Mulvihill, Rose O ' Kelly, Patty Burke. SECOND ROW: Linda Collier, Dawn Clemons, Kristen Metzger, Pam Slavis, Beth Petrovich, Melissa Reeves, Cindy Meyers, Pat Moultrie, Linda Raye, Maryann Saunders, Susan Dunn, Susan Whitehead, Debi Mason, Stephanie Timmes, Darlene Barnard, Bonnie Davis, Kay Caurer, Beth Bowen. THIRD ROW: Janet Petroski, Sandi Cruz, Brenda Cruz, Eileen Deasy, Vicky Gans, Maryanne Nott, Ramona Masterson, Judy Fascell, Bonnie Pierson, Julie Bate, Patty Greep, Kim DeWitt, Michelle Matsko, Mary Ann Scarpino, Sherri Whitly, Jody Desler. " We need all the world as a friend. " — Herbert Hoover Cicerones Delta Sigma Pi CICERONES: FRONT ROW: Susie Abrams, Barbara Miles, Geri Rush. BACK ROW: Debbie Cohen, Karen Stemer, Barbara Eisner, Liki Driggers, Mrs. Parker, Jannetta Mikos LEFT TO RIGHT: Bob Mischuck, Barry Taylor, Clyde Martin, Clyde Monroe, Pat Fowler, Tom Street, Jagdish Aggarwal, Tyrie Boyer, Dennis Leslie, Dwyne Willis, Michael Bate, Vince Polizatto, George Hammel, Ken McGurn, Jim Whitlock, Mike Dickey, Kent Lilly, John Powell-President, J.C. Cartell. BACK ROW: William Boyles, Jay Barrett, Jim Hearn, Chuck Kane, Mike West, Alan Daughtery, Morie Cloud. THIRD ROW: Wes Houser, Bob Anderson, Rick Hanby, Monte Cain, Dan Sumner, Bill Stewart, Henry Couch, Brian Lewis. SECOND ROW: Jim Robinson, Eric Huey, Manuel Calvo, Scott Baker, Chuck Giraud, Cricket Foster. FIRST ROW: Roger Edwards, John Jordan, Ed Vital, Jose Prieto, Pete Hogan, Roy Gill, Tom Strickland. ALPHA KAPPA PSI IN 1972, Alpha Phi Chapter began its 46th year of service to the College of Business and the community. Our chapter ' s goal was to become the Number One chapter in the nation. as we have done so many times in previous years. THE OBJECTS of this Fraternity shall be to further the individual welfare of its members; to foster scientific research in the fields of commerce, accounts, and finance; to educate the public to appreciate and demand higher ideals therein; and to promote and advance in institutions of college rank courses leading to degrees in business administration. First row: Johnie Mears, Danny Dees, Jeffrey Pratt, Douglas Ward, John Fuller, Richard Ghent Second row: Mark Hamilton, Donald Schroeder, William Ulseth, Jay Decator, Mark Congiundi, Terry Hood, Richard Stiff First row: Steve Rosen, Secretary; Bill Symington, Treasurer; Dean Donald Mott, Faculty Adviser; Michael Frankel, President, Glenn Weiss, Vice President. Third row: Dennis Murphy, Robert Phillips, Thomas Hall, Martin Bearss, Heriberto Brito, Thomas Ferguson, Charles Edwards, Michael Stevens Second row: Roderick MacKinnon, Howard Martin, Barry Signorelli, David Cromer, Duane Waters Third row: Joseph Warner, Jeffrey Keim, Harris Goldberg, Chris Hoxie, David Lindberg PHI ETA SIGMA Founded nationally in 1923, the Freshman Men ' s Honorary Scholastic Fraternity of Phi Eta Sigma was originated under Dean Beaty in 1930 at the University of Florida, with only fourteen students who met the academic standards required for membership, a 3.50 grade point average. Presently the number of initiated members still with the University is in the hundreds; under the leadership of the current advisor, Dean Donald Mott, nearly one hundred new freshmen are initiated each quarter into the fraternity, receiving the recognition and honor that such an outstanding scholastic achievement deserves. As an honorary scholastic fraternity, the primary goal of Phi Eta Sigma has been the encouragement of superior scholastic standards; in addition, the intellectual base of the fraternity has lent itself to support of academic improvement in the University and dialogues between national intellectual leaders and UF students. The fraternity ' s motto is " Knowledge is Power " , and the recognition of outstanding knowledge, accordingly, might very well lead its members on the road to success. 53 GATOR GUARD Sam Anderson; Steve Rosen; Bruns Warfield Joseph Stiles: Reiner; James Kilian; Sue Smith: William Van Horn; Mike John Smithers: Harry Rushing; Richard Stiles; Bill Davis; Bill Douglas BACK ROW: Ken Bryan; Mike Takosh; Stan Ploski; Allen. MIDDLE ROW: Armando Quevedo; Mark Barret; Julie Kirk Mueller; Wallace Keley; John Cheek. ANGEL FLIGHT BACK ROW: Sharon Reardon; Commander. MIDDLE ROW: Karen Litherland, Liason Officer; Sherrie Barbara Saltsmen; Rosemary Rosseland; Maruschi Azorin; Penny Chambers; Linda Boyle, MacKinnon; Cheryl Brown, Kathy Lankheim; Susi Eckdahl, Pledge Administrative Officer; Lana Bunds; Schene; Cindy MacKinnon, Triner; Clara Zion, Comptroller; Patty Cooney. FRONT ROW: Chris Bobbie Anding; Chris Abelein: Captain Richard McClure, Advisor. THE LOVE SET FRONT ROW: Judy Gernsbacker, Linda Korey, Susan Kay, Ede Holiday, SECOND ROW: Tori Baxter, Gene Shapiro, Mary Ellen, Sorenson, Linda Williams. HOPPIN ' GATORS FRONT ROW: Mary Ellen Sorenson, Gene Shapiro, Sharon Strickland, SECOND ROW: Betsy Harrer, Debbie Floyd, Ede Holiday. 55 SENIORS Susan Abbott Arts and Sciences Joseph Adams Journalism Robin Adams Journalism Timothy Adams Physical Education Christine Ahern Architecture and the Fine Arts Sandra Aikin Education Stephanie Alex Education Ruth Allen Arts and Sciences Frank Allison Architecture and the Fine Arts Hector Alonso Engineering Jose Alonso Engineering Judyth Anderson Arts and Sciences Diane Aquilino Education Sarah Arkedis Arts and Sciences Nancy Armstrong Arts and Sciences Martha Arndt Arts and Sciences Clifford Arnold Pharmacy Dennis Arnold Journalism Marshall Aronowitz Pharmacy Linda Aust Arts and Sciences Benjamin Avery Architecture and the Fine Arts Lawrence Bachle Arts and Sciences Marjorie Baillie Architecture and the Fine Arts William Balanzatequi Arts and Sciences Ellen Ball Business Administration Michael Barber Arts and Sciences Kathryn Barnes Nursing Cynthia Barron Journalism Santiago Barros Engineering Lori Barton Psychology Ronald Barwick Business Administration Vicki Bass Education James Batten Engineering Susan Baughman Education Virginia Beck Journalism Karen Beckman Education Ann Beech rchitecture and the Fine Arts Mary Begley Arts and Science Marylou Behnke Arts and Sciences L. J. Belanger Business Administration Steven Belcher Journalism Peggy Bell Health Related Professions Wanda Bender Arts and Sciences Mary Jane Bethel Arts and Sciences Jack Bettman Arts and Sciences Shailesh Bhende Engineering Susan Bickley Journalism Jerry Biddix Arts and Sciences Colleen Birch Journalism Jerome Blake Medicine and Dentistry Sandra Bobkin Arts and Sciences Susan Bocock Nursing Robert Bogen Business Administration Bonnie Boland Journalism Denis Bolena Arts and Sciences Julieta Bolumen Education Christine Bonar Education Laura Bonn Education Marian Borken Architecture and the Fine Arts Ricardo Botero Arts and Sciences Sandra Botkin Education Susan Boyer Education Marsha Boyette Arts and Sciences Carolyn Boylin Education Barbara Boyt Health Related Professions Evelyn Bracy Arts and Sciences Lynn Branch Arts and Sciences Jennifer Braxton Education Ann Bronikowski Arts and Sciences Verdell Broughton Education Carol Brown Education Diane Brown Arts and Sciences Peggy Brown Physical Education Richard Brown Engineering Richard Brun Arts and Sciences Dennis Buchta Business Administration Mary Buning Health Related Professions Kathleen Burke Education Vincent Burkhardt Engineering Ursula Burn Physical Education Linda Burr Business Administration Francine Burton Arts and Sciences Donald Bush Arts and Sciences Norman Bush Arts and Sciences 57 SENIORS Ronald Bush Journalism Fusako Butler Business Administration James Butler Journalism Linda Butler Education Leonard Butts Journalism William Buzzell Engineering Stephen Byrne Education Jose Calas Engineering Tina Caldwell Education William Callaway Business Administration Patricia Camera Education Steven Campbell Business Administration Diana Cano Pharmacy Leonard Canton Arts and Sciences James Carmichael Business Administration Jerome Carris Arts and Science Daniel Carrison Business Administration Carol Carter Health Related Professions Millard Casey Arts and Sciences Daniel Cassidy Arts and Sciences Pete Caterina Journalism Jane Cato Arts and Sciences JoAnn Cavaleri Pharmacy Shirlee Ceroni Education Stewart Chalmers Business Administration Paul Chambers Arts and Sciences John Charlton Engineering C. Keith Cheshire Business Administration Curt Chin Arts and Sciences Bonnie Chorvat Nursing Jeffrey Christianson Physical Patricia Christman Nursing Robert Clarke Journalism Ronald Clark Business Administration Dorothy Claxton Arts and Sciences W. Lee Education Lyn Cohen Education Steve Collings Education Herbert Conrad Business Administration Charles Corbin Business Administration Lynn Corbin Arts and Sciences Ellen Corenswet Arts and Sciences Marcelle Corsat Journalism Kimberly Corwin Nursing Jill Council Education Fred Cox Business Administration Betty Crawford Education Julie Crawford Journalism Rodney Crew Building Construction Susan Criswell Arts and Sciences David Critchfield Arts and Sciences John Cromer Pharmacy Gary Crotty Engineering Jesus Cruz Architecture and Fine Arts Colleen Cueruo Arts and Sciences Thomas Culpepper Engineering Philip Currin Business Stuart Cypen Arts and Sciences Joan Calton Arts and Sciences Robert Daniels Engineering Viola Daniels Nursing Deborah Daughtry Education Sarah Davis Education William Dainson Arts and Sciences Pamela Dease Arts and Sciences Cynthia deLassus Arts and Sciences Louis Delgado Engineering Carlos Del Sol Engineering Camille DeMattia Arts and Sciences Rosella DeMeo Arts and Sciences Barbara Denny Arts and Sciences Albert DeRonda Arts and Sciences James Dexter Business Nelson Diaz Arts and Sciences Ann Dickson Education John Dismuke Journalism Erick Dittus Arts and Sciences Lynn Domenech Education Linda Douglas Business Elizabeth Driggers Health Related Professions Roberts Duerkes Arts and Sciences Virginia Dumas Business Administration Colleen Dunbar Journalism Bazil Duncan Arts and Sciences 59 SENIORS Darla Duncan Nursing Nancy Dunn Education Gale Dupuis Education Peggy Eaton Education Richard Eaton Business Roger Eckert Business Anne Edgerton Education Mary Edwards Business Susan Edwards Physical Education Barbara Eisner Business Margaret Eland Arts and Sciences Robert Eldridge Arts and Sciences Linda Elliott Education Gerald Elrod Architecture and Fine Arts Patricia Emmet Nursing Jeffrey Engel Arts and Sciences David English Arts and Sciences Ellen Epstein Business Administration Mary Erck Business Peter Fairchild Engineering Barbara Fancher Education Charles Fancher Business Gersie Farber Arts and Sciences Mary Farris Nursing Robert Favreau Business Administration Ricardo Fernandez Architecture Cheryl Ferrante Education Susan Ferguson Arts and Sciences Enrique Ferrer Arts and Sciences Obdulia Ferrer Architecture and Fine Arts Victoria Fialkowski Business Administration John Fielding Education Cynthia Fien Education Gale Fisher Arts and Sciences Jack Fisher Education Patricia Flaherty Arts and Sciences Lawrence Flanagan Architecture and Fine Arts Joanne Fournier Education Katherine Franks Education Jose Fraxedas Journalism Susan Freedman Education Harriet Freeman Arts and Sciences Helen Freimark Education Donna French Arts and Sciences Mary Friedman Arts and Sciences Laura Gabe Arts and Sciences Coral Gaggiani Arts and Sciences William Galchutt Architecture and Fine Arts John Galka Architecture and Fine Arts Richard Gamm Business Administration Patricia Garcia Education Lowell Garrett Arts and Sciences Paula Gathright Arts and Sciences Tracey Gauch Education Cindy Gee Arts and Sciences Bonnie Gehrke Nursing Nicholas Geisher Architecture and Fine Arts Linda Gephart Arts and Sciences Steven Gill Business Administration Charles Giraud Business Administration David Glaslin Arts and Sciences Patricia Glenn Arts and Sciences Judy Goins Arts and Sciences Helene Goldberg Education Deborah Goldenberg Arts and Sciences Linda Goldstine Education Enrique Gomez Arts and Sciences Olga Gonzalez Architecture Pamela Gordon Nursing John Gowland Architecture and Fine Arts Carl Graefe Arts and Sciences Henry Graham Journalism Johnnie Graham Arts and Sciences Mike Grandey Architecture and Fine Arts Elizabeth Graves Journalish Mark Grayson Arts and Sciences Melissa Green Arts and Sciences Judith Greenberg Arts and Sciences Cheryl Greene Education Nannette Greene Education Dinah Grubman Arts and Sciences Roger Gumtow Pharmacy James Gundry Arts and Sciences Cyn thia Gustaff Arts and Sciences 61 SENIORS Phillip Haar Arts and Sciences Brenda Haber Arts and Sciences William Hackney Journalism Mary Hale Arts and Sciences Robert Hale Education Richard Forestry Marcia Journalism Dorothy Hamblin Education Allan Hancock Agriculture Gregory Hannie Engineering Sam Hansard II Agriculture Robert Harder Arts and Sciences Ralph Hardy Journalism Kathryn Harkey Arts and Sciences Thomas Harman Journalism George Harrell Engineering Mindy Harris Arts and Sciences Stanley Harris Arts and Sciences Pamela Hartzel Health Related Professions Gilbert Haskins Business Administration Strite Haven Arts and Sciences Mike Hawley Arts and Sciences Michael Haycock Engineering Michael Hayes Journalism Deborah Haynes Education Robert Heekin Business Administration Linda Heinly Nursing William Arts and Sciences William Hendricks Law Guy Hendricks Pharmacy Faith Henry Arts and Sciences Stephen Herrera Engineering Patricia Hiepe Education Patrick Higgins Journali sm Fausto Arts and Sciences Stephen Journalism Richard Hillis Architecture and Fine Arts Martha Health Related Professions Janice Business Administration Paul Hirsch Engineering Janice Education Ted Hobson Engineering Freda Hoffman Education John Holcomb Journalism Patricia Hollimon Journalism Dorothy Holman Health Related Professions Cecilia Holtz Journalism Brenda Honovich Arts and Sciences Jerry Hontas Arts and Sciences Elizabeth Hoover Arts and Sciences Kathleen Hopfensack Physical Education Ralph Howell Journalism Shirley Howell Education Richard Hubbell Arts and Sciences Donna Hudson Arts and Sciences Eric Huey Business Administration Mark Hulsey III Arts and Sciences Jane Hutchinson Education Thomas Hutchinson Journalism Patrick Imhof Arts and Sciences Allen Isaac Architecture and Fine Arts Rufus Ivey Education Terri Jarina Journalism Sheryl Jarmel Education Lybbia Jarrell Journalism Charles Jenkins Education Joanne Jenkins Education Joan Jerome Education James Johannessen Architecture and Fine Arts Charles Johns Journalism Christine Johnson Arts and Sciences Virginia Johnson Arts and Sciences Bonni Jones Journalism Carolyn-Lee Jones Jour nalism Gwendolyn Jones Journalism Susan Jones Business Administration Thomas Jordan Journalism Joseph Joseph Journalism George Joy Journalism Needham Joyner Jr. Business Administration Steve Juncadella Business Administration Kathryn Kahn Journalism Jo Ann Kames Education Monte Kane Business Administration SENIORS Paul Kane Architecture and Fine Arts Tim Kaskey Business Administration Barbara Katz Arts and Sciences Andrea Kaufman Arts and Sciences Margarita Kendall Architecture and Fine Arts Thomas Kennedy Journalism Gary Kerr Journalism Kristine Kerr Education Glenn Khachigan Arts and Sciences Abla Khalil Architecture and Fine Arts Judy Kilburn Education Deborah Kimerling Arts and Sciences Harold King Journalism Kinzel Journalism Karen Kirby Arts and Sciences John Kish Arts and Sciences Fred Klauk Jr. Agriculture William Kline Architecture and Fine Arts Vincent Koch Arts and Sciences Stephanie Kondy Arts and Sciences Barbara Koran Education Josephine Koschale Health Related Professions Judith Krause Education Jannigje Kuypers Arts and Sciences Palma Lamb Arts and Sciences Lewis Lancaster Business Administration Carolyn Landey Arts and Sciences Marcia Lane Journalism Richard Lane Business Administration Mary La Pointe Physical Education Elizabeth Laseter Arts and Sciences Lauren Laughlin Arts and Sciences Carol Lazenby Education Roger Leemis Arts and Sciences Walter LeGrand Arts and Sciences Dennis Leslie Business Administration Louise Levin Arts and Sciences Michael Levin Journalism Brian Lewis Business Administration Donna Lewis Business Administration Rebecca Lewis Physical Education Jan Littlefield Arts and Sciences David Llewellyn Business Administration Kathleen Lockert Education Sally Loeb Architecture and Fine Arts Ellen Loll Education Louisa Long Arts and Sciences Ralph Long Engineering Susan Longo Physical Education Linda Lopez Architecture and Fine Arts Leslie Lott Arts and Sciences Catherine Lowe Arts and Sciences Susan Luecking Forestry Robin Lundy Architecture and Fine Arts Alvin Lunsford Engineering Laurence Lyle Journalism William Lynn Forestry Alfredo Macaya Architecture and Fine Arts Janice Macfie Education Katherine MacReynolds Nursing Casper Maier Business Administration Linda Malgieri Education Sandy Malinovsky Arts and Sciences Sondra Mansour Journalism Rodney Margol Journalism Mary Marks Pharmacy Juan Marino Arts and Sciences Arthur Marr Arts and Sciences Clyde Martin Business Administration Ronald Martinez Architecture and Fine Arts Cathy Mask Arts and Sciences Miguel Massens Architecture and Fine Arts Anne Mattison Education Mary May Education Jeffrey Mazor Arts and Sciences Donna Meade Business Administration Ann Meek Education Edward Mendel Business Administration Jill Menor Health Related Professions Gail Merein Arts and Sciences Gwenn Meyer Journalism Joseph Midzalkowski Education Janetta Mikos Health Profession Barbara Miles Business Administration 65 SENIORS Thomas Millar Engineering Ernest Miller Business Administration Helen Miller Arts and Sciences Jane Miller Education Walter Minerbi Business Administration Doreene Mitchell Arts and Sciences Edna Mitchell Education Robert Mitchell Arts and Sciences Kathleen Mittauer Education JoAnn Mixon Physical Education Margaret Montgomery Journalism Carol Eve Moon Arts and Sciences Denise Moore Arts and Sciences Rory Morris Education Donna Morrison Arts and Sciences James Morrison Journalism Linda Morrow Education Margery Moss Arts and Sciences Paul Muller Architecture and Fine Arts Maurice Murray Arts and Sciences Kenneth Murrell Arts and Sciences Marjorie Myers Arts and Sciences Peggy Myers Education Susan Myking Journalism Margaret McAloon Education Sharon McArthur Arts and Sciences David McClaskey Engineering Claude McCollough Business Administration Steven McCook Arts and Sciences Maureen McCullough Arts and Sciences Daniel McDonald Journalism Perry McDonough Engineering Charles McDuffie Business Administration Mary McGlenn Education Clara McIlwain Agriculture Margaret McKean Arts and Sciences Richard McKenzie Engineering Elizabeth McLauchlin Arts and Sciences Brenda McLean Arts and Sciences Nancy McLeod Journalism Linda McMillen Health Related Professions Bruce Nagler Journalism 66 William Nelson Ill Arts and Sciences Judith Neufeld Arts and Sciences Polly Nicholson Arts and Sciences Ralph Nobo Arts and Sciences Susan Nungesser Physical Education Constance Nufaro Arts and Sciences Carol Oakes Nursing Sharren O ' Byrne Education Margee O ' Donnell Arts and Sciences Richard Oldham III Journalism Clarke Olmstead Arts and Sciences Ann Opiola Arts and Sciences Jeanne Orkinik Journalism Regina Ortenzi Architecture and Fine Arts Frankie Osborne Business Administration Lynne Ossick Arts and Sciences Julio Otazo Architecture and Fine Arts Magnolia Owens Arts and Sciences Camille Ozell Education Cynthia Palmer Arts and Sciences Patricia Palmer Education Sue Palmer Arts and Sciences Nicolett Paras Architecture and Fine Arts Andrew Park Journalism Douglas Parrish Architecture and Fine Arts Hermine Pasternak Arts and Sciences James Patterson Physical Education Herbert Patton II Arts and Sciences Larry Payne Journalism Linda Payne Arts and Sciences Sandra Pearson Journalism Linda Pedretty Arts and Sciences Fernando Penabad Engineering Lynda Pendleton Health Related Professions John Pennington Education Richard Permutt Arts and Sciences Steven Perry Arts and Sciences William C. Petas Arts and Sciences Beth Petrovich Arts and Sciences Carol Phillips Physical Education Luis Phillips Arts and Sciences Robert Phillips Arts and Sciences SENIORS Lynne Piat Nursing Susan Pichel Arts and Sciences Joaquin Piedra Arts and Sciences Bonnie Pierson Arts and Sciences Scott Pike Business Administration Russell Pisano Business Administration Dianne Polaski Education Christine Pomeroy Arts and Sciences Jesse Pope Jr. Engineering Gerda Poppel Arts and Sciences Christine Poulos Arts and Sciences John Powell Business Administration Jean Pratt Journalism Judith Price Education Judy Priede Education Harvey Prior Business Administration Alba Puissegur Arts and Sciences Robert Purser Business Administration Ramon Ramos Arts and Sciences Miriam Rappoport Education Arnold Raymon Business Administration William Read Engineering Stephen Reeder Pharmacy Judy Reeves Arts and Sciences Rudyard Ress Pharmacy Tweenar Reynolds Pharmacy Kathryn Rhodes Arts and Sciences Mary Rice Education Jennifer Rich Arts and Sciences Vickie Rich Journalism Wayne Richard Architecture and Fine Arts James Richards Business Administration Joanne Richards Pharmacy Margo Richdale Arts and Sciences Susan Riesenberg Education Terry Rigsby Business Administration Joanne Rissman Health Relaged Professions Deborah Roberts Architecture and Fine Arts Patricia Roberts Education Roger Robinson Engineering Dale Rogers Engineering Marilyn Rojack Education Michael Roper Business Adminsitration Paul Rose Business Administration Emily Rubenstein Education Teresa Ruppel Arts and Sciences Geri Rush Nursing Jane Ryan Health Related Professions Joyce Ryan Education Stamatina Sagonias Journalism Albert Salmons Engineering Alan Samorisky Journalism Jack Samowitz Arts and Sciences Sarah Sanders Education Paul Sanford Arts and Sciences Betty Sapp Nursing Steve Sauls Journalism Mark Sawyer Business Administration Ronald Sawyer Journalism Maurie Schappell Journalism John Schiener Education Barbara Schmidlkofer Education Carl Schmidt Business Administration Caryl Schneider Arts and Sciences Ellen Schoenfeld Journalism Edward Schrader Business Adminsitration Rosina Scialdo Agriculture Mary Scourtes Journalism Cathy Scrogin Health Related Professions Beti Sechen Arts and Sciences Ronald Secrist Physical Education Diana Seibel Arts and Sciences Janet Selby Education Barbara Shafer Education Bradley Share Business Administration Wayne Sheppard Arts and Sciences Elenor Shill Education Val Shires Engineering Mary Shofi Education Deborah Shrum Journalism Billy Shuford Jr. Journalism Terry Shulman Education Gordon Shurtleff Engineering Carol Shweky Nursing 69 I SENIORS Scott Simmons Journalism Richard Simon Arts and Sciences Nancy Simons Artchitecture and Find Arts Roger Sims Arts and Sciences Mary Slattery Education Sandra Small Education Harold Smith Journalism Joyce Smith Arts and Sciences Sharon Smith Nursing Simeon Smith Journalism Carol Smither Arts and Sciences David Snedeker Arts and Sciences Vilma Snyder Journalism Paula Solomon Education Zoa Sommer Arts and Sciences Donald Soper Arts and Sciences Nancy Sorensen Education Michael Spann Engineering Stephen Spearman Arts and Sciences Patricia Spencer Education Sandra Stairs Journalism William Stewart Business Robert Stiff Journalism Margaret Stokes Physical Education Reba Stone Education David Stoner Agriculture Bryon Stout Journalism Dorothy Straughan Journalism Brenda Strickland Education George Strifler Arts and Sciences Tina Stroud Journalism Audrey Stull Pharmacy Catherine Sudduth Physical Education William Summers Engineering Daniel Sumner Business George Surrency Arts and Sciences Linda Susa Education Charles Sutton Arts and Sciences Dorothy Sutton Education Joy Sweet Education Ted Swiderski Arts and Sciences Lana Swiren Business Charlotte Szuba Arts and Sciences Leonard Tanner Journalism Barbara Tatlow Nursing Barry Taylor Business Jeanne Teal Education Claudio Tellechea Arts and Sciences Robert Tenczar Business Susan Tepper Education Karen Tesser Education Richard Testa Business Kay Thacker Arts and Sciences Patricia Thobe Education Rita Thomas Arts and Sciences Valerie Thomas Arts and Sciences Elizabeth Thurman Journalism Corine Tindal Nursing Mary Tinney Arts and Sciences Edward Tietjen Business Richard Towne Arts and Sciences Adele Trainor Arts and Sciences Carole Trautweiler Arts and Sciences Rose Treadway Business Harriet Trop Arts and Sciences Laurence Tropp Arts and Sciences Larry Trowbridge Journalism Kay Tuten Nursing David Tymms Engineering Judith Uditsky Arts and Sciences Guy Ulrich Arts and Sciences Ruthanne Uncapher Education Robert Vandewalle Engineering German Vargas Business Pedro Vargas Engineering Nina Veckman Education Mary Via Education Mary Victor Education Sandra Volenec Health Related Professions Iris Waldstein Education Linda Walker Health Related Professions Judy Waller Architecture and Fine Arts Lin Walsh Education Frank Walter Business SENIORS Thomas Waltz Business Hugh Ward Education Susan Ward Arts and Sciences Geza Wass de Czege Forestry Jane Watson Arts and Sciences Philip Webster Journalism Madeline Weckerle Education Aaron Weinberg Business Dale Weiss Education Cheryl Weissman Arts and Sciences Thomas Weller Business George West Business Administration Paulla West Education Charles Westbrook Arts and Sciences Janet Wheatley Health Related Professions Bradford Whelpley Arts and Sciences David White Engineering Richard White Arts and Sciences Susan White Arts and Sciences Mildred Whitehill Journalism Kristen Whitehurst Education Mary Whitley Education Janet Whitlow Education Randal Whitney Business Administration Burle Wiggins Business Administration Cyndee Williams Education Dee-Dee Williams Education James Williams Architecture and Fine Arts Robert Williams Arts and Sciences Donna Wilson Arts and Sciences Nancy Wilson Education Thomas Wilson Business Administration Vera Wilson Education Ann Wimberly Arts and Sciences Lawrence Winson Arts and Sciences David Winton Arts and Sciences Marjorie Wise Journalism Brian Wolfe Business Administration Doug Worth Engineering David Yarbrough Arts and Sciences Mason York Arts and Sciences William Yorman Architecture and Fine Arts Arlene Young Education Laura Young Arts and Sciences Clara Zion Education Frank Zohn Business Administration JUNIORS Patricia Adams Cheri Adkinson Janet Andreau Pamela Arpen Mitchell Banner Kay Barger Ronald Barnhart Edward Bass Gordon Bates Rita Beenken Mindy Beville Mark Bir Alison Bird David Bridges Paula Brill Ruth Brooks Cheryl Brown Arnold Bucholtz Mark Buell Mary Callis Adrianna Campuzano Christine Charlton Joy Chin Betsy Clark Catherine Conner James Corbett Oliver Crain John Crawford Paul Crotty Darryl DeMille Danna Depew Stephen Douglas M. Harris Dunn Nancy Eaton Mary Lynn Edwards Harry Eisenberg Frederick Emens Steven Eshom Darla Esposito Robert Estes Susan Farrior Paul Fell Vicki Finder Terrence Flass Thomas J. Floyd Thomas P. Floyd Terrel Fogleman David Frack Janice Frossard Carlos Garcia Maria Garcia Maryanne Gillis Kathleen Golden Henry Goldston Virginia Gonzalez Lorraine Gramley Thomas Gucciardo Margarita Gutierrez Cheri Hagenson Barbara Hall Vida Hamilton Lynn Harley Diane Harris Peter Hartman Sherri Hatcher Nora Hernandez Barry Hess Ernest Hewett Janice Hogle Katherine Ingman Roderic Jones George Kathalynas III Kathryn Kimel Leslie Klaw Nancy Laiminger Christospher Lane Sandra Lank Cynthia Latimer Susan Lawrence Jean Lebano Vickie Leisy Arnold Lewinsohn Rodney Lilly Robert Lust Alberto Manrara Dax Martin Peggy Massey Brenda Mathis Jill Michael John Mistretta Vonnie Mobley Larry Moody Debra McCook Barbara McMillan Paula McShane Jane Nixon William OByrne Carolyn Perry Elsie Phillips Terry Pitman Pamela Polk Marilyn Porter Laura Priess Nancy Read Simon Rodehn Marci Ronan Cynthia Rushing John Sands Sally Scarborough Gene Shapiro Samuel Shaw Linda Sherbert Carol Steinkellner Roland Stetson Sandra Stone Dennis Testa Cassandra Thomas Kenneth Todd Mack Tyner III Resa Underwood Elena Valdes Cynthia Wandell Charles Watson Randi Williams Rosemary Williams Janet Witkoski Meg Worland Lorri Yanni Sophomores John Admire Cynthia Aetherinton Mitchell Albaugh Gary Albright Joyce Alhadeff Scott Anderson Marvin Armstrong Jame Bachanowski Jane Barben Michael Bishku Vera Burns William Caldwell Ronald Carrell Kenneth Chin Patricia Clarke James Colyer Timothy Deckert Ross Elliott Paula Falzone Martha Farley Susan Blair Douglas Bringle Carolyn Brooks Cherry Brow Suzi Brownlee John Ferlisi Michael Frazier Vicki Gans Carolyn Gilleland Jan Godown Katherine Griffin Howard Grodensky Glenna Hancock Roy Harper Patricia Hazouri Jack Holland Marcia Hyman J. Thomas Illingworth Crystal Johnson Jorita Johnson David Jordan Shelah Keith Marilyn Koonce Melanie Langsdale Barbara Larson Meribeth Lastrapes William Lawrence Barry Levitt Karen Levy Stephen Lewis Keith Lindenberg Michael Lollis Patricia Lowe Karen Melching Robert Menendez Robert Mobley Robert McCall John McCormick Lucretia McDougall Sharon Parrott Jeffrey Pratt John Read Robert Rehman Eunice Reuter Laura Reynolds Carl Rieck Jr. Robin Rist Ronald Roman Keith Root Steven Rosen Karen Ruppel Catherine Russell Elaine Saleeby Patricia Satterthwaite Sally Saunders Marguerite Schaefer Patricia Severyn Steven Spitale Janet Steen Russell Still James Stites Karen Strassburg Charles Stroud Katherine Sutton Catherine Sweet William Symington William Taylor Charlotta Weipert Arnetta Williams Bobby Williams Cathy Williams Paula Woodford Adele Wright Colette Zukley 77 Roger Allen Helen Aller Wallace Anderson Dianne Bean Peggy Bell Richard Bennett Christy Berthelsen Marylou Bicknell Kathryn Bobb Samuel Bohon Nanci Boyer Heriberto Brito Kotler Bruce Robin Bruce Bruce Buerkle Debra Bujalski Michael Chance Linda Clark George Clemmons Mark Cline Kevin Conrad Gayle Copp Jeffrey Custer Silas Davis Linda Denison Kim DeWitt Jeffrey Dodson Larry Dormany Marion Drescher Deborah Dunbar Charles Edwards Sandra Ferguson Thomas Ferguson Pamela Fisher Kevin Fitzgerald Charles Fletcher Sarah Gaitanis Lawrence Garrett Jean Gearing Patti Greep William Hagen Cindy Hagney Janet Hammond Gary Hatch Mera Hiers Thomas Hodge Robert Hollander David Hooks Ronald Hostetler Robert Hudson Dale Hungerford Mary Johnson Louis Jones Penelope Jones FRESHMEN Colleen Kaminski Donald Kas Michael Kradunas Angel Lamela Barbara Landry Greta Larson Robert Link Walter Long Randolph Loos John Lucas Michael Marco David Mason Martha Massey Cynthia Mays Marilyn Mehornay Marsha Moran Dennis Murphy Jane Narciso John Nichols Jr. Celeste Nielsen Mitchel Noble Kay Nopper Gregory Novak Kenneth Parrish Lawrence Peretzman Glen Pinkston David Potteiger Debra Presley Carl Prieser Betsy Priest Jenniferr Pritchett Elizabeth Rask Lawrence Ratchford Steven Rickert Lance Rodan Thomas Ruhle Coronet Saulter Robert Schutt Marci Silberman Joseph Shacter Luis Sologuren Davis Sox Suzanne Spencer Clifford Stanley Manfred Steffen Michael Stevens Richard Stiff Cesar Stone Georgia Stuart Linda Sudduth Norman Swarthout Marjorie Swim Sandra Thomas Nancy Thistelwaite Marta Turner Jim Ulseth David Vogt Joy Wellford Hiwatha Whatley Karen White James Williams Janet Williams George Wood Samuel Wright 80 Florida Blue KEY FRONT ROW: Howell Melton, Henry Block, Art Wroble, Charles Greggs, Bruce Singer, Bill Watson. SECOND ROW: Fred Leonhardt, Bob Merkel, Jim Reinman, Dan Ponce, Brent Walder, Bell Dorsey. THIRD ROW: Mike Malone, Mike Davidson, Kevin Davey, John Batman, Doug Crow, Dave Windon, Dave Arrons, Bobby Giffin, Roy Brewer, Steward Hershey. FIRST ROW: Dave Schull, Elliot Abbot, Jim Fly, Ken Cate. SECOND ROW: Alan Casey, John O ' Shea, Bruce Boudreau, John Wershow, John Englehardt. THIRD ROW: John Cosgrove, Leonard Tanner, John Gillespie. FIRST ROW: Bob Moore, Larry Green, Joe Rizzotto, Mike Gilroy, Ronnie Bloom, Walt Morgan, Leonard Tanner. SECOND ROW: Steve White, Bob Wattles, Jake Schickel, Larry Matthews, Wayne McCall, Gus Kouremetis, John Gillespie. THIRD ROW: George Seide, Tip Graham, Randy Williams, Rod Brock, John Cosgrove, Steve Sutherland (standing) John Watts, Tom Wade (standing). STANDING: Dr. Bob Stanley, Dan Stoltz, Dean John Nattress, Jim Fly, John Allen, Jim Bowen, Bill Sokeland, Marvin Chavis, Craig Hunter, Elliott Borkson, Jim Rineman, Ken Brooten, Rodney Margol, John Cosgrove. SEATED: Henry Solares, Dr. Frank Taylor, Dick O ' Brien, Bill Balanzategui, Pat McConnell, Vice- President, Al Marshall, Bob Wattles, Dave Stein, Mel Libby, John Batman, president. Omicron Delta Kappa 81 mortAR BOARD FRONT ROW: Judy Koons, Linda Gephart, Janet Whitlow; SECOND ROW: Laura Young, Candy Dutton, Liz Owens, Susan Hazen; THIRD ROW: Ruth Allen-Historian, Ellen Ball-Secretary, Barbara Boyt-Vice President, Marylou Behnke-President; FOURTH ROW: Miss Gladys Masagatani-Advisor, Dr. A. Lewis-Advisor, Linda Pedretty, Sandra Volenec, Fran Burton, Ellen Rupp FRONT ROW: Gail Merein, Nancy Simons, Carol Boudreau (President), Margie Wise, (Secretary), Fran Burton (Vice-President), Gwen Jones. SEATED ON FLOOR: Cindy McKinnon, Vicki Scriven, Joy Rector, Clara Zion, Dottie Hamblin, Myra Forsberg, Arnetta Williams, Jan Macfie, Jan Littlefield, Laura Young, Beverly Cypen, Dee Watson. ON THE SOFA: Beverly SAVANT Thompson, Liz Owens, Marte Hall, Ellen Rupp, Judy Fineberg, Susan McDargh, Martha Snedaker, Mrs. Beverly Parker, Phyllis Durell, Leslie Lott, Marsha Burns, Linda Sherbert, Marylou Behnke. STANDING: Coleen Dunbar, Mary Palmour, Ellen Corenswet, Maureen McCollough, Betsy Cassatly, Judy Koons. 83 WHO ' S WHO Carlos Alvarez William O. Balanzatagui, Jr. John Bachtell Batman Marylou Behnke Arthur Clifton Black Ronald L. Bloom Carol Brunson Boudreau Roy Edward Brewer Francine Rebecca Burton Ellen Barrie Corenswet James Lawrence Fly Henry Harris Graham, Jr. Michael Scott Hawley William Gerald Hoover Thomas Lemuel Hurst Hal Halperin Kantor John Geoffrey Kirsch Judith Elizabeth Koons Carolyn Illene Landey Frederick Wayne Leonhardt Robert Alan Mandell Rodney Stuart Margol Dale Joseph McPherson Gail Fern Merein John Thomas O ' Shea Mary Martha Palmour John Luther Parker, Jr. Richard Joseph Pocepowich Ellen Corrine Rupp Ronald Lee Sachs Bradley Frederick Share Samuel Walsh Taylor Thomas Edward Wade Constance Lynn Wenig Charles Robert Westbrook HALL OF FAME Carlos Alvarez John Bachtell Batman Marylou Behnke Arthur Clifton Black Ronald L. Bloom Bruce James Boudreau Carol Brunson Boudreau Roy Edward Brewer Francine Rebecca Burton Ellen Barrie Corenswet Michael Scott Hawley Hal Halperin Kantor John Geoffrey Kirsch Rodney Stuart Margol Gail Fern Merein Mary Martha Palmour Richard Joseph Pocepowich Ellen Corinne Rupp Ronald Lee Sachs John Jacob Schickel Samuel Walsh Taylor Constance Lynn Wenig Charles Robert Westbrook Nancy Ann Wolfson 85 administration Stephen Cornelius O ' Connell President Samuel Walsh Taylor —Vice-President of the Student Body Donald Marsh Middlebrooks —President of the Student Body 88 Harry Hall Sisler Rae O. Weimer Special Assistant to the President Lester Leonard Hale Vice-President for Student Affairs Harold P. Hanson — Vice-President for Academic Affairs James T. Hennessey — Director of Housing William Earl Elmore — Vice-President for Administrative Affairs Frank Thompson Adams — Dean of Student Development 89 RIGHT: Thomas Sanford Biggs, Jr. University Attorney BOTTOM RIGHT: Fred Hilton Cantrell Dean of University Relations and Development BELOW: Richard Holmes Whitehead University Registrar LEFT: Robert Armistead Bryan Dean of Faculties BOTTOM Robert Ramsay Lynch, Jr. LEFT: Director of the Division Information Services BELOW: Thomas Winston Cole, Sr. Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs SPEAKING OUT College of Agriculture Steve Melton " Agriculture, like most other industries, has changed greatly the past few years. Leading this change in Florida has been the Institute of Food and Agricultural Science at the University of Florida. Not only has this change occurred in the College of Agriculture, but has been carried throughout the state via the extension programs of the university. " " The change from the family farm to the large scale and corporation farms of today has been accomplished by the large increase in technology and research. This has caused a decrease in the number of people actually employed on the farm, but at the same time has increased the jobs available in ag-related fields. This is evident to such an extent that three out of every ten jobs are related to agriculture either directly or indirectly. " " Because Florida has one of the fastest growing populations of any state, its agriculture must and will provide support for its people. To provide these needs, the schools of Agriculture are expanding in areas such as the proposed school of Veterinary Medicine, an increase in food and crop research, and new building facilities for the College of Forestry. " 92 College of Architecture William A. Northsea " Architecture here is total involvement. You have to have a set goal in mind and have that goal well defined. The department is progressive, helps you establish your goals, and generates optimism. You have to love it to even survive. You put in a lot of long hours and much work, but somehow it ' s all worth it. " " We all work together to achieve a common aim produce good designers. We ' re trying to learn, to understand, and to feel what makes up our environment and how we can improve on it — to create a meaningful relationship between man and his environment. " QUITE Frankly 93 The College of Arts and Sciences Andrew P. Grose " A College of arts and sciences seems at once torn by centrifugal and centripetal forces. The pressure to specialize, to concentrate on a narrow field in the interest of expertise and efficiency is at war with the concept of a liberal education seeks to broaden horizons and increase curiosity by exposure to diverse academic fields. Should a produce expert specialists of broadly educated generalists? The answer, of course, is that society needs both. Both are relevant and it is the singular magic of Arts and Sciences to insure that its generalists have some expertise and that its specialists not narrow-gauged boors. Business Administration Danny R. Hines " Relevance is a word heard quite frequently in today ' s student circles. It ' s the word which best describes the College of Business Administration. Whether your goal is to be President of a mammoth corporation or an assistant coach at a local school, the College of Business Administration offers many relevant courses. " 95 The College of Education Rosemary Kulhawik " The College of Education here at the University of Florida is a friendly and personai college. Norman Hall lends an air of scholarliness as well as the surrounding areas. The professors I have had see each of their students as individuals, not numbers — inside the classroom as well as outside. The college is openminded to new innovations, but there are areas which still need improvement. The curriculum needs to develop more " humanness " . Internship needs tighter controls so that each intern will be guaranteed an excellent model to guide her actions by. " The College of Engineering Buddy Clark " Today ' s college of engineering is becoming more and more responsive to the demands of society by developing engineers whose primary goal is not only to solve a problem (i.e., build a power plant, design a missle, construct a bridge, etc.), but to do so without creating any additional social and environmental problems as a result of their attempted solutions. A new awareness of our environment on the part of many people, who in turn have examined the works of engineers and their effects, has resulted in an outside pressure being exerted on the engineering profession as a whole. This pressure has done much to influence the thinking of both instructors and students in the college of engineering. However, this is not the only reason for the new outlook here at the U. of F. Over the past few years, a change has been occurring within Florida ' s college of engineering, a change which may not be recognized by those not involved in the engineering program on a daily basis, but nevertheless a very real one. There is a small but growing number of students who do not fit into the conservative even unconcerned stereotype which is often applied to an engineer. These people, who by their appearance and or ideas might seem to better fit into a non-technological career, have blended their " radical " ideas with the more conservative majority element in the college. The result has been in my opinion a much more useful engineer who is not only technologically capable, but who also has an awareness of his place of responsibility in our society. " College of Journalism Communications Kenneth E. Brooten, Jr. " Relevancy is reality in the College of Journalism and Communications! The nation ' s largest College of Journalism offers specialized study in five major areas: Broadcasting, Public Relations, New-Editorial and Technical Journalism. The curriculum of the college is designed to provide for a practical interaction between skill and theory.. Since students may take only about 25 per cent of their courses within the college, all graduates receive a broad-based liberal arts education as well as specialized training in communications. " The College of Forestry Richard M. Schroeder " After being in several colleges you can appreciate the School of Forestry. It is one of the few places left where enlightenment is still one of the goals of the staff, and independence of the student can bring achievement instead of resentment. " " The college has its own type of people enrolled and its own way of doing things. It concerns a subject unique to other colleges — not man, or animal or plant itself, but all three and the existence and growing dependence of each upon the other. If searching for one word to describe it, one such word would certainly be ' relevant ' . " Law Jon Rossman " The College of Law is unique in that it provokes clinical experience for the students before graduation. In a sense that makes the College of Law a trade school. By the time a student has graduated he has obtained much practical experience that is invaluable in starting a career. The College of Law has taught me to think like a lawyer. That is, it made me issue oriented. It forced me to see all sides of an issue, and thus made me objective in nature. I believe law is extremely relevant today. It is the actual instrument of social change and therefore the focal point of society. The College of Health R. P. Mary Ellen Buning " We ' re striving to be professionals — involved in the pursuit of knowledge so we can be of service to others. " " This is what all of us in the College of Health Related Professions have as a common bond. Individually Occupational Therapists, Clinical Psychologists, Hospital Administrators, Therapists, Speech Pathalogists, Medical Technologists, and Rehabilitation Counsellors — but together we ' re a team; a team devoted to preserving health. " " To each of us it is becoming more and more evident that patients are whole people with many interrelated problems. We have the responsibility to develop our own professional skills and at the same time to preserve the insight to know that the team approach to patient health care will give that skill the most meaning effectiveness. " Medical Center Ken Barwick " In the last several years the demand for medical services has steadily outstretched the supply of new physicians. The activities at the Medical Center of the University of Florida are currently reflecting an attempt to help cope with this dilemma. New facilities are being built which will greatly increase the size of the center as well as the number of graduating students each year. In addition a new curriculum has recently been instituted to help better prepare the medical student for the increasing demands being made upon medical skills. The recent changes, while placing more responsibility of individual achievement upon the student, affords him more time and opportunity to prepare for his chosen specialty or for the practice of general or family medicine. " 103 The College of Nursing Terry Ann Johnson " Our college trains the students to become not only nurses but nurse clinicians, where we regard every person as an individual. " " Utilizing this concept, students plan patient care based upon needs unique to each and every patient. To acquaint the community with this view of nurse clinicians, we work with people at clinics and in the homes, as well as the hospital setting. By functioning directly with people, we hope to familiarize them with the role of the professional nurse. " " Our college of nursing is also striving for more communication between the students and faculty. With an increase of males and their participation in the nursing program, we are hoping for more awareness of the males in nursing. " " The development of professional integrity and responsibility underlies the basic curriculum of our program. " 104 The College of Pharmacy Stephen Reeder " Today, Pharmacy has taken its place among the other health professions in delivering comprehensive health care to the community. No longer is this profession solely involved with health field, and will require Pharmacy graduates of varying backgrounds of specialization. The changing academic programs at the Health Center prepare students to understand that tomorrow ' s health care must focus on the community in order to achieve the long range health of man. These programs behind-the-counter drug teach us to understand that dispensing. Pharmacy has health care involves the health developed as a patient-oriented team: the physician; the nurse; profession with the clinical pharmacist being a most important member of the hospital team. " " Changes in the delivery of health care will have a pronounced influence Pharmacy as well as the entire the dentist; the pharmacist; persons in health related professions; the body of men and women who by training together — and later by working together — contribute more effectively to a person ' s well being. College of Physical Education Rhonda Roberts " Every student that is enrolled in the University has at one time or another taken some courses through the college of Physical Education. Physical education is a necessary part of ones education. The college provides facilities equipment; organizes and promotes competition between students, groups, and individuals; and tries to promote a spirit of fair play and sportsmanship among both participants spectators. " University College Joe McKnight " The U.C. is a waste because it forces students to take courses that are completely irrelevant to what they are majoring in. Why should a Psychology major be forced to take Physical Science when he could be taking courses which are more closely related to his major? The advising program in U.C. is also poor. My advisor was in such a rush he made me feel like a number rather than an individual. Also, no matter what your major is you are required to take the same basics as everyone else. It seems ridiculous that a doctor and a teacher should be required to take the same courses. " FOOTBALL TEAM FRONT ROW: David Peek, John Reaves, Gary Peterson, John James, Len Fuller, John Schnebly, Charles Hood, Andy Cheney, Tommy Durrance, Harvin Clark, Mike Rich, Ray Pilcher, Richard Buchanan, Richard Kensler, Gene Conrad, Dale Hutcherson, Bill Dowdy, SECOND ROW: Carlos Alvarez, Bruce Gunter, Sandy Ellison, Bob Stephens, Jim Getzen, Joe Sheppard, Walter Hutchinson, Richard Franco, Bruce Cox, Jim Yancey, Danny Williams, Robert Harrell, Doug Sorenson. THIRD ROW: Tom Condon, Chan Gailey, John Clifford, John Silman, Larry Morris, David Hitchcock, Larry Frosch, Fred Abbott, Kris Anderson, Jimmy Barr, Gary Ecker, Greg Harlow, Vince COACHES Kendrick. FOU RTH ROW: Willie Jackson, Al Dorminy, Jim Revels, Jim Price, Dan Azeredo, Greg Langley, Roy Brown, Bob Hackney, Mark Buell, Mark Hontas, Bob Hickman, Elwood Aust, Lenny Lucas, Rich Boedy, John Rhodes, Leonard George. FIFTH ROW: Danny Flanders, Danny McCravy, Eddy Moore, Jan Gowland, Clint Griffith, Garry Padgett, Mark King, Scott Warbritton, Cary Geiger, Joel Parker, Hollis Boardman, Mike Garret, Ken Booth, Scott Nugent. SIXTH ROW: Gary O ' Dell, Chris McCoun, Ricky Browne, John Lacer, Ron Doll, Larry Adams, David Poff, Hank Foldberg, David Pope, Bill Croft, Jerry Coker, Mike Dwyer, Bob Hewitt, Roy Mallory, Mike Moore, John Kruse. Front Row: Chris Patrick, Ken Hatfield, Doug Knotts, Doug Dickey, Jimmy Back Row: Jack Thompson, Jack Jones, Don Deal, Don Brown, Dave Fuller, Dunn, Jimmy Haynes, Lindy Infante Bobby Barton footBAll Ray Graves, Athletic Director Doug Dickey, Head Football Coach 109 GOLF FIRST ROW: Andy North, Jimmy Smith, Jimmy McGuillan, Joel Eastman, Mike Killian, John Stoltz. SECOND ROW: Kip Minter, Fred Ridley, Scott Ittersagen, Steve Morgan, Kevin Morris, Gary Koch, Bobby Heins, Woody Blackburn, Kenn Carr, Steve Smyers, John Fox. FRONT ROW: Bobby Roberts, Jerry Ringi, John Read, Bill Read, Dave Rothman, John Nappy, Chet Sanders. STANDING: Jeff Davis, Tom Derrough, Gary Schneider, Tom Owens, Don Zorich, Bob Penna, Ron Pinnell, David Glantz. WRESTLING BOYS ' TENNIS KNEELING: Bing Nobles, Jim Oescher, Mike McCaffery, Rick Knight. STANDING: Coach Bill Potter, Bob Michaels, Paul Lunetta, Ray Heidema, Jim Powell, Kenn Terry, David Chafin. 111 bartlett ' s bunch LEFT TO RIGHT: Steve Williams, Gary Waddell, Don Close, Doug Brown, Darryl Ceravolo, Tim Fletcher, Ken Van Ness, Mark Thompson, Jerry Hoover, Dan Boe, Tony Miller, Les Loggins, Bobby Barton, Coach Tommy Bartlett, Billy Henry, Rick Ives. LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Linda Hall, Michela Shannon, Judy Feinberg, Tori Baxter, Cary Reed, Gene Shapiro, Una Keyes, Colleen Dunbar, Lynn Nelson, Suzanne Stepp, Tina Mullin, Carol Gant, and Penny Steven. CHEERLEADERS FRONT ROW: Gorden Lundquist, Janice Karst, JoAnn Kennedy, Neal Young, Donna Ellenson, Ralph Nobo. SECOND ROW: Gail Hill, Mike Maloney. THIRD ROW: E.J. McIntyre, Pete Alberti, Candy Clift, FORTH ROW: Mike Mastandrea, Ray Johnson, John McCormick, Paul Hicks. FIFTH ROW: Susan Brown, Sharyn Keller, Chris Niederpruem. 113 THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Ron Sachs, editor — Alligator Gary Grunder, managing editor — Alligator Ed Barber, Assistant Director ; Brent Myking, Director STUDENT PUBLICATIONS Steve Belcher, Advertising Manager Mr. Richard French, Production Randy Coleman, Business Manager Bonnie Phippen, Production Mr. Alan Whiteleather, Advisor 117 FLORIDA QUARTERLY Carol Conyne, Production ' Manager Rosemary Widman, Associate Editor Camille Symons, Editor 119 Yearbook Staff: Phil Bannister, Beth Graves, Barbara Larson, Laurie Laughlin, Colette Zuckley, Debbie Chilcutt, Alice Driggers, and Steve Elbert. Not Pictured: Bill Taylor, Ed Wilde, and Linda Sudduth. 120 YEARBOOK STAFF Abbott, Eliot Charles, 80 Abbott, Frederic M., 108 Abbott, Sharon Ruth, 22 Abbott, Susan Alice, 56-A Abelein, Christine Lee, 54 Abrams, Susan Rita, 20, 51 Abraxas, 114 Adams, Frank T., 89 Adams, Joseph Daniel, 56-A Adams, Lawrence H., 108 Adams, Patricia B., 74-A Adams, Robin Hawkins, 56-A Adams, R Adams, Timothy Joe, 56-A Addes, Jackie, 20 Addiscott, Lynn Claire, 30 Adkinson, Cheri Elaine, 74-A Admire, John Gaylore, 76-A Aggarwal, Jagdish C., 51 Ahern, Christine E., 56-A Aho, Karen Dianne, 22 Aikin, Sandra Ann, 56-A Albaugh, Mitchell Earl, 26, 76-A Albert, Catherine J., 47 Alberti, Pete, 113-A Albright, Gary Lee, 76-A Alex, Stephanie, 56-A Alhadeff, Joyce Carol, 76-A Allen, John, 81 Allen, Merrily, 28 Allen, Rogert Allen, Roger Charles, 26, 78-A Allen, Ruth Audrey, 56-A, 82 Allen, William, 54-A Aller, Helen Elizabeth, 78-A Allison, Frank Donald, 56-A Alonso, Hector, 56-A Alonso, Jose A., 56-A Alper, Sherri Lynn, 20 Alterman, Diane Lois, 48 Alvarez, Carlos, 108 Anderson, Scott R., 76-A Anderson, Andrea Jean, 28 Anderson, Cynthia Sue, 48 Anderson, Deborah Lynn, 28 Anderson, Elizabeth A., 22 Anderson, Janet Cole, 32 Anderson, Judith Ann, 56-A Anderson, Kris, 108 Anderson, Leila Diane, 28 Anderson, Robert Craig, 52 Anderson, Samuel Wm., 54 Anderson, Wallace B., 78-A Anding, Bobbie Ann, 22, 54 Andreu, Janet Leigh, 74-A Antosiak, Patricia Ann, 28 Aquilino, Diane C., 56-A Arkedis, Sarah Jane, 56- Arkin, Sondra, 20 Armstrong, Marvin C., 76-A Armstrong, Nancy Jean, 56-A Arndt, Martha Howard, 56-A Arnold, Clifford C., 56-A Arnold, Dennis, 56-A Aronowitz, Marshall A., 56-A Aronson, Cynthia Geri, 20 Arpen, Pamela Sue, 74-A Arrons, Dale, 80 Athens, Julie Alyne, 30 Atwater, Enid Michele, 34 Aust, Clifton Elwood, 108 Aust, Linda, 56-A Auth, Virginia M., 47 Avery, Benjamin David, 56-A Azeredo, Daniel Lewis, 108 Azorin, Maria Julia, 54, 18 B Bachanowski, James C., 26, 76-A Bachle, Lawrence P., 56-A Baillie, Marjorie Beth, 56-A Baker, Sheri Lynn 45 Balanzategui, William 0., 56, 81 Baldauf, Patricia Anne Ball, Ellen Shiela, 56, 82 Banner, Mitchell R., 26, 74 Bannister, Phil, 118 Barben, Jane Elizabeth, 38, 76 Barber, Charles E., 115 Barber, Deanna Louise, 47 Barber, Michael Joseph, 56 Barger, Sandra Kay, 32, 74 Barnard, Patricia D., 6 Barnard, Patricia D., 50 Barnes, Kathryn Irene, 56-A Barnhart, Ronald George, 74-A Barr, Jimmy Darrell, 108 Barrett, Jay, 52 Barrett, Mark, 54 Barron, Cynthia Ann, 56-A Barros, Santiago M., 56-A Bartel Bartelt, Mary Susan, 50 Bartlett, Tommy, 112-A Barton, Bobby, 108, 112 Barton, Lori 56-A Barwick, Kenneth, 103 Barwick, Ronald, 56 Bass, Edward Leon, 74 Bass, Vicki Lee, 56 Bate, Julie, 50 Bate, Michael Joseph, 51 Bates, Gordon Lennere, 74 Batman, John Bachtell, 80, 81 Batten, James Donald, 56 Baughman, Susan Diane, 56 Baum, Flo ssie Lillie, 20 Baum, Janet Suzanne, 45 Baxter, Tori, 112, 55 Bayer, Patricia Diane, 45 Bean, Patricia Dianne, 78 Bearss, Martin Arthur, 53 Beaver, Patricia K., 18 Beck, Bonnie Mildred, 47 Beck, Virginia Diane, 56 Beckman, Karen Nadine, 56 Beckwith, Shelley H., 30 Bedford, Anthony Minor, 49 Beech, Ann Estelle, 56 Beenken, Rita Ann, 74 Beggs, Karen Cecilia, 50 Begley, Mary Helyn, 56 Behnke, Marylou, 56, 82, 83 Behrens, Claudia Lee, 38 Belanger, L.J. Montague, 56 Belcher, Steven Miles, 56, 116 Bell, Peggy Ann, 56, 78 Bellinger, Cheryl Ann, 24 Bellotto, Chere, 18 Bender, Wanda Yvonne, 57 Benjamin, Judy Robin, 20 Benner, Jill Leslie, 28 Bennett, Richard Neel, 49, 78 Berkman, Bari Lynn, 45 Berthelsen, C. Isabel, 78 Bethel, Marijane, 57 Bettman, Jack Walter, 57 Beville, Mindy Maureen, 74 Bhende, Shailesh S. 50 Bice, Florence Lee, 38 Bickley, Susan Brooke, 57 Bicknell, Mary Lou, 32, 78 Biddix, Jerry Lee, 57 Biggs, Thomas S., 90 Bir, Mark Steven, 74 Bird, Alison Joan, 74 Birr, Jeffrey Miles, 49 Bishku, Michael Barry, 26, 76 Blackburn, Woody Thomas, 1 10 Blair, Kathleen V., 48 Blair, Susan Marie, 32, 76 Blaisdell, Kathleen Jo, 32 Blake, Jerome Lawrence, 57 Blalock, Amelia Sue, 28 Block, Henry Lewis, 34 Blood, Sweat and Tears, 91, 92 Bloom, Ronald Leon, 80 Bluge, Bonita Ann, 47 Boardman, Hollis C., 108 Bobb, Kathryn Carneal, 32, 78 Bobkin, Sandra Martha, 57 Bocock, Susan Marie, 57 Boe, Daniel Clair, 112 Boedy, Robert Frederick, 108 Bogen, Robert Lawrence, 57 Boggs, Deanna Elma, 24 Bohon, Samuel Steven, 26, 78 Boland, Bonnie Marie, 57 Bolena, Denis William, 57 Bolton, Elizabeth Kathryn, 50 Bolumen, Julietta Maria, 57 Bonar, Christine, 57 Bond, Julian, 128 Bonn, Laura, 57 Bonner, Barbara Anne, 28 Bonner, Lane Marie Booth, James Kenneth, 108 Borgert, Cynthia Anne, 22 Borken, Marian Randy, 57 Borkson, Elliot Paul, 81 Bornmann, Deborah Ann, 32 Botero, Ricardo, 57 Botkin, Sandra Gene, 57 Boudreau, Bru ce, 80 Boudreau, Carol, 80 Bowen, Edna Beth 50 Bowen, James Thomas, 81 Bower, Patricia Ward, 30 Boyer, Nanci Jean, 32, 78 Boyer, Tyrie William, 51 Boyer, Susan, 57 Boyette, Marsha Lynn, 57 Boyle, Lynda Paige, 54 Boyles, William Archer, 52 Boylin, Carolyn Jo, 32, 57 Boyt, Barbara Ann, 57, 82 Bracey, Paul Harrison, 49 Brackett, Elizabeth Ann, 18 Bracy, Evelyn Twilley Bradshaw, Karen D., 22 Branch, Lynn Francis, 32, 57 Brashear, Robert Michael, 48 Braun, Heidi, 28 Braxton, Jennifer Nell, 57 Brewer, Roy Edward, 80 Bridges, David Wallace, 74 Brill, Paula Jane, 74 Brinckmann, C. Ann, 22 Bringle, Douglas Scott, 76 Bristol, Deborah, Ann, 40 Brito, Heriberto J., 53, 78 Brochu, John, 44 Brock, Gary Felton, 80 Brodes, Rhona Helen, 20 Bronikowski, Ann Marie, 57 Brooks, Carolyn Elizabeth, 76 Brooks, Ruth Nannette, 74 Brooten, Kenneth E., 81, 98 Broughton, Verdell D., 57 Brown, Barbara Louise, 24 Brown, Carol Ann, 57 Brown, Cheryl Lee, 76 Brown, Cheryl Luvenia, 54, 74 Brown, Daniel C., 57 Brown, Don, 108 Brown, Douglas Webster, 112 Brown, Hollie M., 22 Brown, Pamela Wade, 28 Brown, Peggy Ann, 57 Brown, Richard Eugene, 57 Brown, Roy Randolph, 108 Brown, Susan Carolyn, 113 Browne, Richard Scott, 108 Brownlee, Susan Walker, 32, 76 Bruce, Robin Lee, 78 Bruckner, John Howard, 46 Brulet, Deborah M., 24 Brun, Richard Alan, 57 Bruner, Sarah Gladys, 30, 156 Brure, Douge, 57 Bryan, Kenneth Reid, 54 Bryan, Robert A., 91 Bucholtz, Arnold B., 74 Buchta, Dennis Andrew, 57 Buck, Robert Howard, 49 Budner, Melody, 20 Buell, Mark Paul, 74, 108 Buerkle, Bruce L., 78 Bujalski, Debra Marie, 32, 78 Bulbin, Laura Anne, 34 Bunds, Lana Marie, 54 Buning, Mary Ellen 57, 102 Burke, Kathleen L., 57 Burke, Patricia Ann, 50 Burkhardt, Brian Bruce, 46 Burkhardt, Vincent George, 57 Burn, Ursula Ethlyn, 57 Burnett, Becky Jo, 24 Burns, Marsha Madorsky, 83 Burns, Vedra Ann, 76 Burr, Linda Kristine, 30, 57 Burton, Francine, 82, 83 Bush, Donald, Beae, 57 Bush, Ronald Lee, 58 Butler, Fusako, 58 Butler, Linda Diane, 58 Butts, Leonard Culver, 58 Buzzell, William, Albert, 58 Byrne, Stephen, Paul, 58 Bzoch, Kathleen Marie, 18 C Calas, Jose Luis, 58-A Caldwell, Lori Jean, 34 Caldwell, Tina, 58-A Caldwell, William C., 26, 76-A Callaway, William T., 58-A Callis, Mary Ellen, 32, 74-A Camera, Patricia, 58-A Cameron, Marsha L., 18 Campbell, Charlotte, 40 Campbell, Steven, 58-A Campuzano, Adrianna, 74-A Cano, Diana, 58-A Canton, Leonardo, 58-A Cantrell, Fred H., 90-A Carmichael, James W., 58-A Carneiro, Leao A., 38 Carr, Kenneth, 110-A Carraher, Bonnie L., 22-A Carrell, Ronald, 26, 76-A Carris, Jerome, 58-A Carrison, Daniel, 58-A Cate, Ken, 80-A Cartell, John, 51-A Carter, Barbara, 28-A Carter, Carol, 58-A Carter, Carrie, 28-A Casey, Allan, 80-A Casey, Millard, 46, 58-A Casey, Nina, 22-A Cassatly, Elizabeth, 83-A Cassidy, Daniel, 58-A Caterina, Peter, 26, 58-A Cato, Jane, 58-A Caughman, Mary, 18-A Caurer, Kay, 50-A Cavaleri, Joann, 58-A Caver, Mickie, 24-A Ceravolo, Darryl, 112-A Cerroni, Shirlee, 58-A Cespedes, Carlos, 42-A Chadwell, Arthur, 44-A Chafin, David, 11-A Chairsell, Margaret, 22-A Chalmers, Stewart, 58-A Chambers, Paul, 58-A Chambers, Robert, 54-A Chambers, Sherrie, 28-A Chance, Michael, 78-A Chapman, Kenneth, 49-A Charlton, Christine, 22, 74-4 Charlton, John, 58-A Chavis, Marvin, 81-A Chazal, Richard, 49-A Cheek, John, 54-A Cheney, Andrew, 108-A Cheshire, Charles, 58-A Chesney, Elizabeth, 28-A Chin, Curt, 58-A Chin, Joy, 74-A Chin, Kenneth, 76-A Chisholm, Laurie, 34-A Choate, Cheryl, 18-A Chorvat, Bonnie, 58-A Christian, Vana, 40-A Christianson, Jeffrey, 58-A Christman, Patricia, 58-A Chubby, (Checker), 98, 99-B Ciprich, Monica, 38-A Clark, Betsy, 24, 74-A Clark, Harvin, 108-A Clark, Linda C., 78-A Clark, Ronald L., 58-A Clarke, Kathleen, 38-A Clarke, Patricia, 32, 76-A Clarke, Robert G., 58-A Claxton, Dorothy, 58-A Cleary, Debra, 28-A Clegg, Thomas, 42-A Clemmons, George, 78-A Clemons, Dawn, 50-A Clifford, John, 108-A Clifford, W. Lee, 58-A Clift, Candyce, 113-A Cligrow, Pamela, 30-A Cline, Beth, 30-A Cline, Mark, 26, 78-A Clingman, Joy, 18-A Close, Donald, 112-A Cloud, Guy, 52-A Cochran, Paula, 22-A Cody, Deborah, 38- Cohen, Amy, 20-A Cohen, Deborah, 48, 51-A Cohen, Lynn, 58-A Coker, Jerry, 108-A Cole, Deborah, 28-A Cole, Debra A., 48-A ' Cole, Thomas W., 91-A Coleman, Bonny, 18-A Coleman, Carl, 115 Coleman, Carl, 116-A Collier, Linda, 50-A Collings, Steven, 58-A Colt, Sandra, 64-A Colyer, James, 26, 76-A Condon, Thomas, 108-A Congiundi, Mark, 52 Congiundi, Mark, 53-A Coning, Jo Dell, 47-A Conner, Catherine, 22, 74-A Connors, Corinne, 22-A Conrad, Gene, 108-A Conrad, Here Conguiundi, Mark, 53-A Coning, Jo Dell, 47-A Conner, Catherine, 22, 74-A Connors, Corinne, 22-A Conrad, Gene, 108-A Conrad, Herbert, 58-A Conrad, Kevin, 78-A Conway, Joyce, 22-A Conyne, Carol, 118-A Cook, Deborah, 24-A Cook, Vicki, 30-A Cooney, Patricia, 30, 54-A Cooper, Cheryl, 45-A Cooper, Kathleen, 47-A Copp, Gayle, 32, 78-A Corbett, James, 74-A Corbin, Charles, 58-A Corbin, Lynn, 58-A Corenswet, Ellen, 45, 58, 83 Corn, Jana, 30-A Corsat, Marcelle, 59-A Corwin, Kimberly, 32, 59-A Cosgrove. John, 80, 81-A Council, Jill, 59-A Council, Mary, 28-A Cox, Bruce, 108-A Cox, Fred, 59-A Cox, Susan, 45-A Craft, David, 42-A Craig, Julia, 30-A Crain, Oliver, 74-A Crawford, Betty, 59-A Crawford, John, 74-A Crawford, Julie, 32, 59-A Crawford, Ronnie, 44-A Cretekos, Harriet, 28-A Crew, Rodney, 59-A Criswell, Susan, 59-A Critchfield, David, 59-A Croft, William, 108-A Cromartie, Mary, 22-A Cromer, David, 53-A Cromer, John, 59-A Cronenberg, Susan, 47-A Crotty, Gary, 59-A Crotty, Paul, 74-A Crow, Douglas, 80-A Crowe, Candace, 40-A Cruz, Brenda, 50-A Cruz, Jesus, 59-A Cuervo, Colleen, 59-A Culpepper, Thomas, 59-A Cumins, Ilene, 20-A Cunningham, Jane, 22-A Cuomo, Carol, 40-A Curley, Lora, 38-A Currin, Philip, 59-A Cusimano, Louis, 42-A Custer, Jeffrey, 26, 78-A Cypen, Beverly, 48, 83-A Cypen, Stuart, 59-A Czufin, Catherine, 24 Dainson, William, 59-A Dalton, Joan, 59-A Dandrea, Sandra, 47-A Daniels, Robert, 59-A Daniels, Viola, 59-A Darden, John, 49-A Daughtery, Alan, 52-A Daughtry, Deborah, 59-A Davey, Patrick, 80-A Davidson, Michael, 80-A Davis, Bonnie, 50-A Davis, Jeffrey, 49, 110-A Davis, Judy, 18-A Davis, Kathryn, 24-A Davis, Martha, 38-A Davis, Sarah, 59-A Davis, Shaari, 45-A Davis, Silas, 78-A Davis, William, 54-A Day, Martha, 34-A De La Grana, Maryse, 45-A Deal, Don, 108-A Dean, Diana, 34-A Dease, Pamela, 58-A Deasy, Eileen, 30-A Decator, Jay, 53-A Deckert, Timothy, 26, 76-A Dees, Danny, 53-A Dehaven, John, 49-A Dehmlow, Lee, 116-A Delassus, Cynthia, 59-A Delsol, Carlos, 59-A Demattia, Camille, 59-A Demeo, Terry, 59-A Demille, Darryl, 74-A Denison, Linda, 78-A Denker, Ann, 45-A Denny, Barbara, 59-A Depew, Danna, 74-A Deronda, Albert, 59-A Derringer, Helen, 38-A Derrough, Thomas, 110-A Desler, Jo Anne, 50-A Dewitt, Kim, 50, 78-A Dexter, James, 59-A Diaz, Nelson, 59-A Dickey, Doug, 108, 109-A Dickey, Lewis, 51-A Dicks, John, 49-A Dickson, Ann, 59-A Dimter, Terrence, 49-A Dismuke, John, 59-A Dismuke, Linda, 28-A Dismuke, Zan, 38-A Dittus, Thomas, 59-A Dodson, Jerr Dodson, Jeffrey, 78-A Dolan, Sharon, 38-A Doll, Ronald, 108-A Domenech, Lynn, 59-A Donahue, Shawn, 48-A Dorman, Charles, 46-A Dormany, Larry, 78-A Dorminy, Albert, 108-A 122 Farrior, Susan, 74-A Farris, Mary, 60-A Fascell, Judith, 50-A Faulk, Helen, 47-A Favreau, Robert, 60-A Feehan, Margaret, 32-A Feinberg, Judy, 112-A, 45-A Feldman, Susan, 45-A Fell, Paul, 74-A Ferguson, Robin, 28-A Ferguson, Sandra, 78-A Ferguson, Susan, 60-A Ferguson, Thomas, 26-A, 53-A, 78-A Ghent, Richard, 53-A Ferlisi, John, 76-A Fernandez, Ricardo, 60-A Ferrante, Cheryl, 60-A Ferrer, Enrique, 60-A Derrer, Obdulia, 60-A Fialkowski, Victoria, 60-A Fielding, John, 60-A Fields, Charles, 42-A Fields, Linda, 22-A Flen, Cynthia, 60-A Finder, Vicki, 74-A Fineberg, Nancy, 20-A, 83-A Finlay, Sally, 40-A Fisher, Gale, 60-A Fisher, Pamela, 78-A Fistos, Nancy, 34-A Fitzgerald, Dennis, 46-A Fitzgerald, Kevin, 78-A Flaherty, Patricia, 60-A Flanagan, Lawrence, 60-A Flanders, Dan, 108-A Flass, Terrence, 74-A Fleischman, Monica, 48-A Fleming, Ellen, 32-A Fletcher, Charles, 78-A Fletcher, Timothy, 112-A Floyd, Deborah, 55-A Floyd, Mona, 47-A Floyd, T homas J., 74-A Fly, James, 80-A, 81-A Flynn, Bruce, 49-A Fogleman, Terrel, 74-A Foldberg, Henry, 108-A Ford, Kathy, 40-A Fore, Susan, 18-A Forrest, Pete, 42-A Forsberg, Myra, 40-A, 83-A Fountain, Betsy, 30-A Fountain, Kathy, 40-A Fournier, Joanne, 60-A Fowler, Pat, 51-A Fox, John, 110-A Frack, David, 74-A Fraden, Wendy, 20-A Franco, Richard, 108-A Frank, Cynthia, 20-A Frankel, Michael, 53-A Franks, Katherine, 60-A Fraxedas, Jose, 60-A Frazier, Michael, 76-A Freedman, Cynthia, 30-A Freedman, Peggy, 20-A Freedman, Susan, 60-A Freeman, Harriet, 60-A Freid, Eileen, 45-A Freimark, Helen, 61-A French, Donna, 61-A French, Richard, 116-A Friedan, Betty, 146-B Friedman, Frances, 45-A Friedman, Mary, 61-A Frosch, Larry, 108-A Frossard, Janice, 74-A Frost, Deborah, 18-A Fryant, Linda, 47-A Fuller, Dave, 108-A Fuller, John, 53-A Fuller, Lennie, 108-A Fuller, Nancy Louise, 30-A Furman, Caroline, 22-A Gathright, Paula, 61-A Gauch, Tracey, 61-A Gearing, Margaret, 78-A Gee, Cindy, 61-A Gehrke, Bonnie, 61-A Geiger, Carey, 108-A Geisher, Nicholas, 61-A George, Leonard, 108-A Gephart, Linda, 61-A, 82-A Gernsbacher, Judy, 55-A, 45-A Gersh, Janet, 45-A Getzen James 108-A Gibson, Sandra, 34-A Gidel, Joyce, 78-A Giebeig, P., Sparks, 49-A Gill, Steven, 61-A Gilleland, Carolyn, 76-A Gillespic, John, 80-A Gillett, Brian, 24-A Gillis, Mary, 74-A Gilman, Robin, 45-A Gilroy, Michael, 80-A Gilroy, Ridgeley, 28-A Giorgianni, Rosemary, 22-A Giraud, Charles, 61-A Glantz, David, 110-A Glaslin, David, 61-A Glenn, Patricia, 61-A Godown, Jan, 76-A Godwin, Cheryl Jane, 30-A Godwin, Cheryl Louise, 28-A Goins, Judy, 61-A Goldberg, Harris, 53-A Goldberg, Helene, 61-A Golden, Kathleen, 32-A, 74-A Goldenberg, Deborah, 20-A Goldenberg. Ruth. 20-A Goldstein, Linda, 30-A, 61-A, 45 Goldston, Henry, 74-A Goldwater, Senator Barry, 131-B Gomez, Enrique, 61-A Gomez, James, 49-A Gonzalez, Olga, 61-A Gonzalez, Virginia, 74-A Goodman, Renee, 20- Goodson, Mark, 49-A Goodwin, Richard, 46-A Goold, Janet, 48-A Gordon, Pamela, 61-A Gossman, Carol, 22-A Gowland, Jan, 108-A Gowland, John, 61-A Gozinya, Peter, 42-A Graefe, Carl, 61-A Graf, Marcia, 30-A Graham, Henry, 61-A Graham, Thomas, 80-A Gramley, Lorraine, 74-A Grandey, Mike, 61-A Grant, Amy. 45-A Graves, Beth, 116-A, 32-A, 61-A Graves, Neale, 28-A Graves, Ray, 109-A Gray, Mae, 18-A Gray, Rebecca, 28-A Grayson, Mark, 61-A Green, Betsy, 34-A Green, Larry, 80-A Green, Margaret, 40-A Green, Melissa, 38-A, 61-A Greenberg, Frances, 48-A Greenberg, Judith, 61-A Greenberg, Terry, 45 Greene, Cheryl, 32-A, 61-A Greene, Nannette, 61-A Greep, Patrice, 50-A, 78-A Gregg, Charles, 80-A Gregory, Dick, 130-B Gregory, Jane, 47-A Grein, Terrie, 28-A Gribble, Rhea, 28-A Griffin, Joseph, 49-A Griffin, Katherine, 40-A, 77-A Griffin, Robert, 80-A Griffith, Clinton, 108-A Grimes, Denise, 30-A Grimsley, Joyce, 47-A Grodensky, Howard, 26-A, 77-A Grose, Andrew, 94-A Grubman, Dinah, 61-A Grunder, Gary, 115-B Gucciardo, Thomas, 74-A Gucudiola, Ed, 42-A Guess Who, The, 93-B Bumtow, Rober, 61-A Gundry, James, 61-A Funnett, Nancy, 18-A Gunter, William Bruce, 108-A Gustaff, Cynthia, 61-A Gutierrez, Margarita, 74-A Dorsey, William, 80-A Douglas, Stephen, 74-A Douglas, Linda, 59-A Douglas, Michael, 54-A Douglas, Paula, 30-A Dowdy, William, 108-A Draud, Wendy, 24-A Dreayer, Irene, 20-A Drescher, Marion, 78-A Dressel, John, 44-A Driggers, Alice, 32-A Driggers, Elizabeth, 59-A Driggers, Liki, 51-A Duane, Brenda, 24-A Dubor, Roberta, 48-A Dubreuil, Georgeana, 30-A Duda, Elizabeth, 18-A Duerkes, Robert, 59-A Dugoni, Carolyn, 38-A Dumas, Virginia, 59-A Dunbar, Colleen, 59, 83, 112-A Dunbar, Deborah, 78-A Duncan, Bazil, 59-A Duncan, Darla, 60-A Dunn, Jimmy, 108-A Dunn, Marvin, 74-A Dunn, Nancy, 60-A Dunn, Susan, 50-A Dupuis, Gale, 60-A Durell, Phyllis, 83-A Durrance, Thomas, 108-A Dutton, Candace, 38, 82-A Dwyer, Michael, 108-A E Eason, Diana, 47-A Eastman, Joel, 110-A Eaton, Nancy, 74-A Eaton, Peggy, 32, 60-A Eaton, Richard, 60-A Ebanks, Donna, 34-A Eckdahl, Susannah, 54-A Eckenrod, Deborah, 22-A Echer, Gary, 108-A Eckert, Roger, 60-A Edgerton, Anne, 60-A Edmond, Jackie, 48-A Edmondson, 22-A Edwards, Charles, 26, 53-A, 78 Edwards, Dane, 49-A Edwards, Lyla, 28-A Edwards, Mary F. 22, 74- A Edwards, Mary M., 60-A Edwards, Susan, 60-A Eisenberg, Harry, 74-A Eisner, Barbara, 51, 60-A Eissey, Nancy, 28-A Eland, Margaret, 60-A Elbert, Steven, 116-A Eldridge, Robert, 60-A Elfe, Martha, 18-A Ellenson, Donna, 28-A, 113-A Elliot, Linda, 60-A Elliott, Ross, 76-A Ellis, Martha, 38-A Ellison, Sandy, 108-A Elmore, William, 89-A Elrod, Gerald, 26, 60-A Emens, Fred, 74-A Emmel, Barbara, 34-A Emmet, Patricia, 60-A Engel, Jeffrey, 60-A Englehardt, John, 80-A English, David, 60-A Entzminger, Connie, 18-A Epstein, Ellen, 48, 60-A Erck, Mary, 60-A Esgro, Daren, 40-A Eshom, 74. Esgro, Karen, 40-A Eshom, Steven, 74-A Esposito, Darla, 74-A Estes, Robert, 26-A, 74-A Eustace, Khaki, 22-A Evans, Janet, 30-A Everett, Nancy, 18-A Eyring, Donna, 34-A F Fairchile, Peter, 60-A Falzone, Paula, 76-A Fancher, Barbara, 60-S Fancher, Charles, 60-A Fancher, Lynn, 30-A Farber, Gersie, 60-A Farley, Martha, 76-A Farmer, James, 129 Farrior, Patricia, 39-A G Gabe, Laura, 61-A Gaggiani, Coral, 61-A Gagnet, Suzanne, 30-A Gailey, Thomas, 108-A Gaitanis, Sarah, 78-A Galchutt, William, 61-A Galka, John, 61-A Gamm, Richard, 61-A Gans, Vicki, 50-A, 76-A Gantt, Carol, 112-A Garcia, Carlos, 74-A Garcia, Maria, 74-A Garcia, Patricia, 61-A Gardner, Victor, 49-A Garrett, Lawrence, 26-A, 78-A Garrett, Lowell, 61-A Garrett, Michael, 108-A Hackney, Robert, 108-A Hagen, William, 78-A Hagenson, Cheri, 74-A Hagney, Cindy, 78-A Hair, Kathy, 18-A Haire, Laurie, 48-A Hale, Lester L., 88-A Hale, Mary, 62-A Hall, Barbara, 74-A Hall, Carol, 94-B Hall, Linda, 112-A Hall, Martha, 83-A Hall, Richard, 62-A Hall, Thomas, 53-A Halprin, Marcia, 62-A Hamblin, Dorothy, 62-A, 83 Hamilton, Mark, 53-A Hamilton, Ronda, 32-A Hamilton, Vida, 74-A Hammel, George, 51-A Hammond, Janet, 48-A, 78 Hampton Grease Band, 97 Hancock, Allan, 62-A Hancock, Anne, 30-A Hancock, Glenna, 77-A Handlin, Roberta, 45-A Hannie, Gregory, 62-A Hansard, Samuel, 62-A Hanson, Harold P., 89-A Harby, Mary Virginia, 24-A Hardee, Nancy, 34-A Harden, Susan, 30-A Harden, Robert, 62-A Harding, Deborah, 22-A Hardy, Ralph, 62-A Harkey, Kathryn Blaze, 62 Harley, Lynn, 74-A Harlow, Joseph, 108-A Harman, Thomas, 62-A Harper, Roy, 77-A Harrell, George, 62-A Harrell, Robert, 108-A Harrer, Elizabeth, 55-A, 30 Harris, Diane, 74-A Harris, Jan, 28-A Harris, Melinda, 62-A Harri son, Franklin, 146-A Harrison, Vikki, 18-A Hart, Patricia, 20-A Hartman, Peter, 74-A Hartwell, Ellen, 70-A Hartzel, Pamela, 62-A Haskins, Gilbert, 26-A, 62 Hatch, Gary, 78-A Hatcher, Sherri, 75-A Hatfield, Ken, 108-A Havenstrite, Sara, 62-A Hawley, Mickael, 62-A Haycock, Michael, 62-A Hayes, Michael, 62-A Haynes, Deborah, 62-A Haynes, Jimmy, 108-A Hays, Melanie, 30-A Hays, Ralph, 44-A Haywood, Vicki, 32-A Hazen, Susan, 18-A, 82-A Hazouri, Patricia, 77-A Head, Katha, 34-A Healy, Ramona, 40-A Hearn, James, 52-A Heekin, Robert, 62-A Heekin, William, 49-A Heinly, Linda, 62-A Heins, Robert, 110-A Heintz, William, 62-A Hendrix, James, 62-A Hennessey, James T., 89 Henry, Billy, 112-A Henry, Elise, 28-A Henry, Faith, 62-A Hensley, Omer Lee, 48-A Hernandez, Nora, 75-A Herrera, Stephen, 62-A Hershey, Stewart, 80-A Hess, Barry, 75-A Hess, Catherine, 34-A Hetherington, Cunthia, 77 Hewett, Ernest, 75-A Hewitt, Mark, 108-A Hewitt, Susan, 32-A Hickman, Robert, 108-A Hicks, Paul, 113-A Hiepe, Patricia, 62-A Hiers, Mera, 78-A Higgins, Fred, 62-A Hilario, Fausto, 62-A Hilker, Stephen, 62-A Hill, Cheryl, 32-A Hill, Gail, 113-A Hill, Mary Hunter, 32-A Hillebrand, Linda, 30-A Hills, Richard, 62-A Hines, Danny, 95-A Hinkle, Martha, 62-A Hinson, Robert, 44-A Hinton, Janice, 62-A Hinton, Wylie, 44-A Hipple, Anne, 24-A Hirsch, Paul, 62-A Hitchcock, David. 108-A Hixson, Julia, 40-A Hobby, Janice, 62-A Hobson, Ted, 62-A Hochberg, David, 48-A Hodge, Thomas, 26-A , 78-A Hoepner, John, 62-A Hoffman, Freda, 63-A Hogle, Janice, 75-A Holcomb, Larry, 63-A Holcombe, Valerie, 34-A Holiday, Edith, 30-A, 55-A Holland, Jack, 26-A, 77-A Holland, Winifred, 40-A Hollander, Robert, 78-A Hollimon, Patricia, 63-A Holman, Dorothy, 63-A Holtz, Cecilia, 63-A Honovich, Brenda, 63-A Hontas, Terry, 42-A Hood, Charles, 108-A Hood, Terry, 53-A Hooks, David, 78-A Hooks, Richard, 44-A Hoover, Betsy, 32-A, 63-A Hoover, Jerry, 112-A Hope, Marilyn, 34-A Hopfensack, Kathleen, 63-A Hopkins, Margaret, 22-A Hostetler, Ronald, 78-A Hot Nuts, 96-A Houser, Wesley, 52-A Howard, Deborah, 24-A Howard, Judith, 22-A Howard, Sharon, 24-A Howell, Cynthia, 22-A Howell, Ralph, 63-A Howell, Shirley, 63-A Hoxie, Chris, 53-A Hubbell, Richard, 63-A Hidson, Donna, 63-A Hudson, Eddie, 44-A Hudson, Robert, 78-A Huey, Eric, 63-A Hughes, Marlea, 46-A Hughes, Sally, 28-A Hulsey, Mark, 63-A Hundley, Helen, 47-A Hungerford, Dale, 78- A Hunter, Craig, 81-A Hursey, Cynthia, 43-A Hutcherson, Dale, 108-A Hutchinson, Jane, 63-A Hutchinson, Walter, 108-A Hitchison, Thomas, 63-A Hyman, Marcia, 77-A lerisi, Isabell, 50-A Marie, 40-A Illingworth, John, 26-A, 77-A Imburgia, Cynthia, 28-A Imhof, Patrick, 63-A Infante, Lindy, 108-A Ingman, Katherine, 75-A Isaac, Allen, 63-A Isern, Karen, 28-A Issacs, Natalie, 20-A Ittersagen, Scott, 110-A Ives, Rick, 112-A Ivey, Rufus, 63-A J Jackson, Lindsey, 28-A Jackson, Marilyn, 22-A Jackson, Willie, 108-A Jacoby, Cassandra, 38-A James, John, 108-A Jarina, Theresa, 63-A Jarmel Sheryl, 63-A Jarell, Lybbia, 63-A Jenkins, Charles, 63-A Jenkins, Joanne, 18-A, 63-A Jerome, Joan, 63-A Jeter, Jane, 18-A Johannessen, Jas, 63-A Johns, Charles, 63-A Johns, Frank, 44-A Johnson, Christine, 63-A Johnson, Crystal, 77-A Johnson, Jovita, 77-A Johnson, Mary Ellen, 38-A, 78-A Johnson, Raymond, 113-A Johnson, Rose, 47-A H Haar, Phillip, 62-A Haber, Brenda, 62-A INDEX Johnson, Terry, 42-A, 104-A Johnson, Thomas, 42-A Johnson, Virginia, 63-A Jonas, Jeanine, 47-A Jones, Bonni, 40-A, 63-A Jones, Carolyn, 28-A Jones, Carolyn Lee, 63-A Jones, David, 49-A Jones, Gwendolyn, 63-A, 83-A Jones, Jack, 108-A Jones, Jennifer, 30-A Jones, Joseph, 116-A Jones, Louis, 26-A, 78-A Jones, Penelope, 78-A Jones, Roderic, 75-A Jones, Susan Anne, 63-A Jones, Susan Carol, 18-A Joost, Rita, 28-A Jordan, David, 77-A Jordan, Marley, 40-A Jordan, Randolph, 49-A Jordan, Thomas, 63-A Joseph, Jos Michael, 63-A Joy, George, 63-A Joyner, Needham, 63-A Juncadella, Esteban, 49-A, 63-A Junquera, Maria, 18-A K Kahn, Kathryn, 63-A Kames, Joann, 63-A Kaminski, Colleen, 79-A Kanarek, Barbara, 20-A Kane, Charles, 52-A Kane, Monte, 63-A Kane, Paul, 64-A Kaplan, Arlene, 48-A Karlitz, Sharon, 20-A Karpay, Karen, 45-A Karst, Janice, 28-A, 113-A Kas, Donald, 79-A Kaskey, Tim, 64-A Kathalynas, George, 75-A Katz, Barbara, 64-A Katz, Milred, 45-A Katzenberg, Jane, 20-A Kaufman, Andrea, 64-A Kay, Susan, 28-A, 55-A Keegan, Paula, 28-A Keim, Jeffrey, 53-A Keith, Shelah, 77-A Keller, Kim, 24-A Keller, Sharyn, 28-A, 113-A Kelley, Wallace, 54-A Kelly, Mendy, 38-A Kendall, Margarita, 64-A Kendrick, Vincent, 108-A Kennard, Towney, 49-A Kennedy, Joanne, 28-A, 113-A Kennedy, Thomas, 64-A Kensler, Richard, 108-A Kern, Marian, 48-A Kerr, Bary, 64-A Kesselring, Paula, 28-A Key, Kathlyn, 18-A Keys, Una, 112-A Khachigan, Glenn, 64-A Khalil, Abla, 64-A Kidd, Louetta, 38-A Kilbas, Joelen, 50-A Kilburn, Judy, 64-A Kilian, James, 54-A Killian, Michael, 110-A Kimball, Julie, 28-A Kimberly, Carol, 28-A Kimel, Kathryn, 75-A Kimerling, Deborah, 64-A King, Harold, 64-A King, Mark, 108-A Kinzel, James, 64-A Kirby, Bonnie, 34-A Kirby, Karen, 64-A Kish, John, 64-A Klauk, Fred, 64-A Klaw, Leslie, 75-A Kline, William, 64-A Knight, Richard, 110-A Knoop, Susan, 28-A Knotts, Doug, 108-A Koch, Gary, 110-A Koch, Vincent, 64-A Kofsky, Gale, 48-A Kohlhorst, Kathy, 28-A Kondy, Stephanie, 64-A Koonce, Marilyn, 77-A Koons, Judith, 40-A, 82-A Koppen, Betsey, 32-A Koran, Barbara, 64-A Korey, Linda, 32-A, 55-A Koschale, Josephine, 64-A Kouremitis, C.E., 80-A Kovalsik, Mary, 22-A Kowalsky, Barbara, 47-A Kozel, Claire, 28-A Kracunas, Michael, 26-A, 79-A Kratzer, Janet, 45-A Krause, Judith, 64-A Krohngold, Judy, 48-A Kruse, Kim, 108-A Kuersteiner, William, 49-A Kulbersh, Ilene, 48-A Kulhawik, Rosemary, 96-A Kuntz, Beth, 28-A Kushner, Ilene, 45-A Kuypers, Elly, 64-A Kyle, Michael, 44-A L LaPointe, Mary Anne, 40-A Lacatski, Carol, 22-A Lacer, John, 108-A Laeser, Sylvia, 20-A Laiminger, Nancy, 75-A Laird, Jamie, 24-A Laloge, Dolores, 46-A Lamb, Palma, 64-A Lamela, Anger, 79-A Lancaster, Lewis, 64-A Landers, Peg, 28 Landey, Carolyn, 64-A Landry, Barbara, 79-A Lane, Christopher, 75-A Lane, Marcia, 64-A Lane, Richard, 64-A Lane, Sherry, 64-A Langley, Gregory, 108-A Langsdale, Melanie, 77-A Lanier, Claire, 28-A Lank, Sandra, 75-A Lankheim, Penelope, 43-A, 54-A Lapointe, Mary, 64-A Larmoyeux, Camille, 28-A Larson, Barbara, 32-A, 77-A, Larson, Greta, 79-A Larson, Lindsay, 32-A Laseter, Elizabeth, 38-A, 64-A Laskey, Catherine, 22-A Lastrapes, Meribeth, 47-A, 77-A Latimer, Cynthia, 75- A Lauderdale, Margaret, 28-A Laughlin, Lauren, 32-A, 64-A, Lawrence, Susan, 75-A Lawrence, William, 77-A Lay, Sharon, 28-A Lazenby, Carol, 64-A Lebano, Jean Charles, 75-A Leemis, Carol, 34-A, 64-A Legrand, Walter, 64-A Leiner, Donna, 20-A Leisy, Vickie, 75-A Leonard, Gail, 30-A Leonard, Susan, 30-A Leohnardt, Fredk, 80-A Lequear, Patricia, 18-A Leslie, Dennix, 51-A, 64-A Lester, Wendy, 45-A Levin, Louise, 48-A, 64-A Levin, Michael, 64-A Levitt, Barry, 26-A, 77-A Levy, Karen, 77-A Lewinsohn, Arnold, 75-A Lewis, Brian, 64-A Lewis, Donna, 64-A Lewis, Larry, 46-A Lewis, Rebecca, 64-A Lewis, Stephen, 26-A, 77-A Libby, Melvin, 81-A Lilly, Rodney, 51-A, 75-A Lincoln, Debra, 28 A Lincoln, Debra, 28-A Lindau, Karen, 20-A Lindberg, David, 53-A Lindenberg, Keith, 26-A, 77-A Lindsey, Janice, 28-A Link, Robert, 79-A Lipinsky, Bonnie, 20-A Litherland, Chris, 54-A Litt, Goldie, 45-A Littlefield, Jan, 64-A, 83-A Lirazu, Susan, 50-A Llewelly, Lionel, 65-A Lockert, Kathleen, 65-A Lockwood, Gary, 49-A Lodge, Marie-Louise, 28-A Loeg, Sally, 65-A Loggins, George, 112-A Lohr, Tracey, 24-A Lojinger, Linda, 32-A Loll, Bernice, 65-A Lollis, Michael, 77-A Long, Louisa, 65-A Long, Ralph, 65-A Long, Scott, 49-A Long, Walter, 79-A Longo, Susan, 65-A Loos, Randolph, 26-A, 79-A Lopez, Linda, 65-A Loquin, Mary, 50-A Lott, Leslie, 32-A, 65-A, 83-A Loughry, Laurie, 34-A Lowe, Catherine, 65-A Lowe, Patricia, 77-A Lucanegro, Cheryl, 50-A Lucas, John, 79-A Lucas, Leonard, 108-A Lucas, Pamela, 22-A Luecking, Susan, 65-A Luff, Eleanor, 34-A Lundquist, Gordon, 113-A Lundy, Robin, 48-A, 65-A Lundy, Roy, 44-A Lundy, Steven, 48-A Lunetta, Paul, 111-A Lunsford, Alvin, 65-A Lust, Robert, 26-A, 75-A Lyle, Laurence, 65-A Lynch, Robert, R., 91-A Lynn, Sharon, 28-A Lynn, William, 65-A Lyons, Sandra, 48- A M Macaya, Alredo, 46-A, 65-A Macfie, Janice, 38-A, 65-A, 83-A MacKinnon, Cynthia, 28-A, 54-A KacKinnon, Roderick, 53-A MacKinnon, Rosemary, 54-A MacNamara, Jno Francis, 46-A JacReynolds, Katherine, 65-A Maier, Casper, 65-A Malgieri, Linda, 65-A Malinovsky, Sandy, 65-A Mallory, Leroy, 108-A Mallory, Lloyd, 49-A Malone, John, 80-A Maloney, James, 113-A Maltz, Elizabeth, 48-A Manrara, Alberto, 75-A Mansour, Sondra, 34-A, 65-A Marco, Michael, 79-A Marcussch, Melodie, 50-A Margol, Rodney, 65-A, 81-A Marino, Juan, 65-A Marks, Elizabeth, 20-A Marks, Mary, 65-A Marr, Arthur, 65-A Marschner, Patricia, 28-A Marshall, Albert, 81-A Martens, Nancy, 22-A Martin, Clyde, 51-A, 65-A Martin, David, 75-A Martin, Howard, Dale, 53-A Martinez, Ronald, 65-A Masiello, Elsa, 24-A Mask, Cathy, 65-A Mason, David, 26-A, 79-A Mason, Deborah, 50-A Massens, Miguel, 65-A Massey, Jan, 34-A Massey, Peggy Vaiden, 75-A Massey, Martha, 79-A Mastandrea, Edward, 113-A Masterson, Ramona, 50-A Mathews, Jenny, 50-A Mathis, Brenda, 75-A Matsko, Michelle, 50-A Matthews, Michael, 80-A Mattison, Anne, 65-A Maura, Ernestine, 40-A May, Mary, 65-A Maynard, Harry, 49-A Mays, Cynthia, 79-A Mazor, Jeffrey, 65-A Mazur, Sharon, 20-A McAloon, Margaret, 66-A McArthur, Sharon, 66-A McCaffery, Michael, 110-A McCall, George, 49-A McCall, Michael, 49-A McCall, Robert, 77-A McCall, Wayne, 80-A McCandless, Sandra, 47-A McClannan, Debra, 28-A McClaskey, David, 66-A McClure, Richard, 54-A McCollough, Calude, 66-A McConnell, Patrick, 81-A McCook, Debra, 75-A McCook, Steven, 66-A McCormick, John, 26-A McCoun, Joseph, 108-A McCoy, Carolyn, 18-A McCraby, Daniel, 108-A McCullough, Maureen, 66-A, 83-A McCully, Phyllis, 18-A McDaniel, Barbara, 50-A McDargh, Susan, 83-A McDonald, Daniels, 66-A McDonough, Muriel, 28-A McDonough, Perry, 66-A McDougal, Lucretia, 77-A McDuffie, Charles, 66-A McFarling, Kinberly, 50-A McGlenn, Mary, 66-A McGuillan, Jimmy, 110-A McGurn, Ken, 51-A Mcllwain, Clara, 66-A Mclnroy, Trudie McIntyre, Elizabeth, 113-A McKean, Margaret, 66-A McKean, Thomas, 49-A McKee, Marcia, 34-A McKenzie, Richard, 66-A McKinnon, Cindy, 83-A McKnight, Joseph, 107-A McLaughlin, Elizabeth, 38-A, 66-A McLean, Brenda, 66-A McLean, Don, 95-B McLeod, Marilyn, 28-A McLeiod, Nancy, 66-A McMaster, Willa, 32-A McMillan, Barbara, 34-A, 75-A McMillen, Linda, 66-A McShane, Sydney, 48-A Meade, Donna, 65-A Meadows, Janet, 22-A Means, Linda, 30-A Mears, Johnie, 53-A Meek, Charlotte, 65-A Mehornay, Chris, 32-A Mehornay, Marilyn, 32-A, 79-A Melching, Karen, 38-A, 77-A Melton, Howell, 80-A Melton, John, 44-A Melton, Stephen, 92-A Mendel, Edward, 65-A Mendelson, Martin, 46-A Menendez, Robert, 77-A Menor, Jill, 65-A Merein, Ga it, 83-A Merinar, Richard, 65-A Merkel, Robert, 80-A Meskill, Donna, 34-A Mestre, Jose, 46-A Metzger, Kristen, 50-A Meyer, Gwenn, 18-A, 65-A Meyers, Cynthia, 50-A Michael, Jill Denise, 75-A Michael, Robert, 110-A Michael, Tomothy, 42-A Middlebrooks, Don, 87-A Midzalkowski, Joseph, 65-A Mikos, Janetta, 51-A, 65-A Miles, Barbara, 51-A, 65-A Millar, Thomas, 66-A Miller, David, 46-A Miller, Ernest, 66-A Miller, George, 48-A Miller, Helen, 66-A Miller, Tony, 112-A Minerbi, Walter, 66-A Minter, Kip, 110-A Mischuck, Barbara, 18-A Mischuck, Robert, 51-A Mistretta, John, 75-A Mitchell, Doreene, 66-A Mitchell, Edna, 66-A Mitchell, Robert, 66-A Mittauer, Kathleen, 66-A Mittentag, Marilyn, 45-A Mixner, Albert, 49-A Mixon, Joann, 66-A Mizrahi, Gail, 20-A Mobley, Robert, 26-A, 77-A Mobley, Vonnie, 75-A Monroe, Clyde, 51-A Montgomery, Margaret, 30-A, 66-A Montsdeoca, Ann, 28-A Moddy, Larry, 75-A Moody, Lettia, 30-A Moon, Caroleve, 66-A Moore, Denise, 66-A Moore, Eddy, 108-A Moore, Martha, 47-A Moore, Michael, 108-A Moore, Michelle, 28-A Moore, Robert, 80-A Moore, Sharon, 48-A Mopps, Ellen, 28-A Moran, Marsha, 50-A, 79-A Morgan, Steven, 110-A Morgan, Sylvia, 18-A Morgan, Walter, 80-A Morris, Kevin, 110-A Morris, Ralph, 108-A Morris, Rory, 66-A Morrison, Donna, 66-A Morrison, James, 66-A Morrow, Linda, 66-A Morrow, Merry, 28-A 124 Mosling, Cynthia, 34-A Moss, Margery, 38-A, 66-A Mott, Donald D., 53-A Moultrie, Patricia, 50-A Mucci, Judith, 22-A Mueller, Kirk, 54-A Mullen, Christine, 112-A Muller, Paul, 66-A Mulvihill, Anne, 50-A Murphy, Debra, 18-A Murphy, Dennis, 53-A, 79-A Murray, Maurice, 66-A Murrell, Kenneth, 66-A Muskie, Senator Edward, 146-B Meyers, Joan, 48-A Myers, Marjorie, 66-A Myers, Peggy, 66-A Myking, Brent, 115-A Myking, Susan, 66-A N Nabler, Bruce, 66-A Nappy, John, 110-A Narciso, Jane, 79-A Nash, Deborah, 22-A Neal, Bonnie, 24-A Neale, David, 49-A Nedza, John, 44-A Nelson, Lynn, 112-A Nelson, William, 67-A Nesler, Catherine, 34-A Nettles, Elizabeth, 18-A Neufeld, Judith, 67-A Neumaier, Robert, 46-A Nevels, Hobart, 144-B Nichols, John, 79-A Nicholson, Polly Faye, 67-A Niederpruem, Christine, 113-A Nielsen, Alicia, 50-A Nielsen, Celeste, 50-A, 70-A Nixon, Jane, 38-A, 75-A Noble, Mitchel, 26-A Nobles, Bing, 111-A Nobo, Rafael, 26-A, 67-A, 113 Nolte, Linda, 22-A Nopper, Kay, 79-A Norris, Kathy, 34-A Norris, Nancy, 24-A North, Andrew, 110-A Northsea, William, 93-A Nott, Marianne, 50-A Novak, Gregory, 79-A Novak, Ricki, 45-A Nufaro, Constance, 67-A Nugent, William, 108-A Nungesser, Susan, 67-A Nazum, Leslie, 46-A O ' Byrne, Sharren, 67-A Oakes, Carol, 67-A O ' Brien, Jeffrey, 81-A O ' Connell, Stephen C., O ' Dell, Phillip, 108-A O ' Donnell, Margaret, 42-A, 67 Odum, Linda, 18-A Oescher, James, 110-A O ' Kelly, Rosaleen, 50-A Oldham, Richard, 67-A Olmstead, Clarke, 67-A O ' Neal, Patrick, 144-B, 145-B Opes, Sandra, 20-A Opiola, Ann, 67-A Orfinik, Jeanne, 67-A Orman, Steven, 49-A Ortenzi, Regina, 67-A Osborne, Frankie, 67-A Osborne, John, 49-A Oshea, John, 80-A Ossick, Lynne, 67-A Ostrowe, Jane, 45-A Otazo, Julio, 67-A Owens, Dotty, 30-A, 82-A, 83 Owens, Magnolia, 67-A Owens, Thomas, 110-A Ozell, Camille, 48-A, 67-A P Pack, Arlene, 45-A Padgett, Aubrey, 108-A Page, Beth, 30-A Palmer, Cynthia, 67-A Palmer, Patricia, 67-A Palmer, Sue Ann, 47-A, 67 Palmour, Mary, 28-A, 83-A Pappas, Carolyn, 34-A Pappas, Janice, 50-A Pappas, Margaret, 24-A Paras, Nicolett, 67-A Park, Andrew, 67-A Park, Deborah, 50-A Parker, Beverly, 48-A Parker, Joseph, 108-A Parkinson, Mary, 24-A Parrish, Douglas, 67-A Parrish, Kenneth, 26-A, 79 Parrott, Sharon, 77-A Pasteris, Joan, 42-A Pasternack, Hermine, 67-A Patrick, Chris, 108-A Patrinelli, Dean, 49-A Patterson, James, 67-A Pattillo, Barbara, 28-A Patton, Herbert, 67-A Paulk, Karen, 22-A Paxon, Skip, 48-A Payne, Larry, 67-A Payne, Linda, 67-A Pearce, Robert, 49-A Pearson, Sandra, 67-A Pedretty, Linda, 67-A, 82-A Peek, David, 108-A Peele, Margaret, 24-A Peeples, Kay, 28-A Pemberton, Cathy, 18-A Penabad, Fernando, 67-A Pendleton, Lyda, 67-A Penna, Robert, 110-A Pennington, John, 67-A Peretzman, Lawrence, 79-A Perkins, Carol, 47-A Perkins, Cynthia, 22-A Perkins, Virginia, 30-A Perlman, Alexis, 46-A Perlman, Laurie, 45-A Mermutt, Richard, 67-A Perry, Carolyn, 75-A Perry, Steven, 67-A Petas, William, 67-A Petersen, Donna, 40-A Peterson, Gary, 108-A Petrick, Richard, 46-A Petroske, Janet, 50-A Petrovich, Beth, 50-A, 67-A Phillips, Carol Ann, 67-A Phillips, Elsie, 75-A Phillips, Lois, 67-A Phillips, Robert, 53-A, 67-A Phippen, Bonnie, 117-A Piat, Lynne, 68-A Pichel, Susan, 68-A Piedra, Joaquin, 68-A Pierce, Kathryn, 47-A Pierson, Bonnie, 50-A, 68-A Pierson, Porsche, 22-A Pijot, Jo Lynn, 18-A Pike, David, 26-A, 68-A Pilcher, Ray, 108-A Pinholster, Roger, 49-A Pinkston, Glen, 26-A, 79-A Pinnell, Ronald, 110-A Pinner, Bradley, 42-A Pinnock, Mary, 28-A Pisano, Eussell, 68-A Pitman, Terry, 38-A, 75-A Pitt, Donna, 28-A Ploski, Stanley, 54-A Poe, Leslie, 44-A Poff, William, 108-A Polaski, Dianne, 68-A Polizatto, Vincent, 51-A Polk, Anita, 30-A Polk, Pamela, 75-A Pollak, Robin, 48-A Pomeroy, Christine, 68-A Ponce, Sergio, 80-A Pope, David, 108-A Pope, Jesse, 68-A Poppel, Gerda, 68-A Porter, Marilyn, 75-A Potteiger, David, 79-A Potter, Bill, 111-A Poulos, Christine, 68-A Poulos, Laura, 22-A Powell, Jim, 111-A Powell, Janice, 24-A Powell, John, 51-A Powell, John William, 68-A Pratt, Jean, 68-A Pratt, Jeffrey, 53-A, 77 A Presley, Debra Lynne, 79-A Price, James Lynn, 108 Price, Judith Anne, 68-A Priede, Judy Ann 68-A Prieser, Carl Frederick, 79-A Priess, Laura Jeanne, 75-A Priest, Elizabeth Gertrude, 79 Prior, Harvey Leroy, 26, 68-A Pritchett, Jennifer L., 79-A Pryor, Gerri, 24 Puissegur, Alb a Eunice, 68-A Purser, Robert Frank Jr., 68-A Q Quevedo, Armando, 54 Quittner, Shelley, 48 Raborn, Rhonda, 38-A Rachlin, Susan, 46-A Rahn, Carol, 18-A Ramos, Ramon, 68-A Ramsberger, Katherine, 18-A Rand, Linda, 22-A Randall, Catherine, 40-A Rappoport, Miriam, 68-A Rask, Eliza beth, 79-A Ratchford, Lawrence, 79-A Ray, Linda, 50-A Raymon, Arnold, 68-A Read, John, 110-A Read, John Hadley, 77-A Read, Nancy, 75-A Read, William, 110-A, 68-A Reardon, Sharon, 54-A, 47-A Reaves, Carolyn, 40-A Reaves, Sylvia, 18-A Reaves, Thomas, 108-A, 148-A Rector, Joy, 28-A, 83-A Reed, Cary, 112-A Redder, Stephen, 68-A, 105-A Reeves, Judy, 68-A Reeves, Melissa, 50-A Reeves, William, 49-A Regan, Barbara, 38-A Rehman, Robert, 77-A Reid, Sharon, 24-A Reidling, Beckie, 40-A Reiner, Julianne, 54-A, 48-A Reiman, James, 80-A Reitz, Linda, 22-A Ress, Rudyard, 68-A Reuter, Eunice, 32-A, 77-A Revels, James, 108-A Revels, Robert, 49-A Reynolds, Frank, 147-A Reynolds, Laura, 77-A Reynolds, Tweenar, 68-A Rhodes, Curtis, 108-A Rhodes, Kathryn, 68-A Rice, Mary, 68-A Rich, Jennifer, 68-A Rich, Michael, 108-A Rich, Vicki, 68-A Richard, Wayne, 68-A Richards, Jas, 68-A Richards, Joanne, 68-A Richards, Ronni, 18-A Richardson, Kim, 18-A Richardson, Sally, 24-A Richdale, Margo, 68-A Rickert, Steven, 42-A, 79-A Rideout, Sharon, 48-A Ridley, Fred, 110-A Reick, Carl, 26-A, 77-A Riesenberg, Susan, 48-A, 68-A Rigsby, Ryland Terry, 49-A, 68 Rineman, Jim, 81-A Ringi, Gerald, 110-A Rissman, Joanne, 68-A Rist, Robin, 77-A Rizzotto, Joe, 80-A Robbins, Carol, 47-A Robbins, Gayle, 22-A Robbins, Jill, 20-A Roberts, Deborah, 68-A Roberts, Karen, 28-A Roberts, Patricia, 68-A Roberts, Rhonda, 106-A Roberts, Robert, 110-A, 49-A Robinson, Rober, 68-A Rodan, Lance, 79-A Rodehn, Simon, 75-A Rodgers, Lynne, 48-A Rogers, Dale, 68-A Rogozenskim Marsha, 40-A Rojack, Marilyn, 68-A Rollins, Sandra, 38-A Roman, Ronald, 77-A Ronan, Marcella, 38-A, 75-A Roobin, Carol, 20-A Rood, Sally, 34-A Root, Keith, 77-A Roper, Michael, 69-A Rose, Paul, 69-A Rosen, STeven, 54-A, 53-A, 77-A Rosier, Lloyd, 44-A Rosseland, Karen, 54-A, 47-A Rossman, Jonathan, 100-A Roth, Jill, 45-A Rothman, David, 110-A Rowe, John, 46-A Rubenstein, Emily, 69-A Rubin, Lisa, 20-A Rubin, Lynn, 20-A Ruhle, Thomas, 79-A Rule, Mark, 46-A Rundell, Leslie, 22-A Rupp, Ellen, 82, 83-A Ruppel, Karen, 32, 77-A Ruppel, Teresa, 69-A Rush, Geri, 52, 69-A Rushing, Cynthia, 54, 75-A Russell, Catherine, 77-A Ryan, Jane, 69-A Ryan, Joyce, 69-A Ryan, Stephen, 44-A S Sachs, Ronald, 115-A Safer, Cynthia, 45-A Sagonias, Stamatina, 69-A Saleeby, Elaine, 77-A Salinger, Pierre, 129-B Salmons, Albert, 69-A Saltsman, Barbara, 54-A Salzberg, Sandra, 48-A Samorisky, Alan, 69-A Samowitz, Jack, 69-A Sanders, Chester, 110-A Sanders, Sarah, 69-A Sandler, Renee, 45-A Sands, John, 75-A Sanford, Paul, 69-A Sapp, Betty, 69-A Satterthwaite, Lynn, 38, 77 Sauls, Stephen, 69-A Saulter, Coronet, 79-A Saunders, Mary Ann, 50-A Saunders, Sally, 77-A Savino, Patricia, 24-A Sawyer, Mark, 69-A Sawyer, Ronald, 69-A Scanlon, Barbara, 30-A Scarborough, Sally, 75-A Scarpino, Mary, 50-A Scavo, Tony, 30, 144, 157 Schaefer, Marguerite, 40, 77-A Schappell, Maurie, 69-A Schechter, Lynn, 45-A Schene, Kathyrn, 54, 47-A Schickel, John, 80, 147-A Schiener, John, 69-A Schmidlkofer, Barbara, 69-A Schmidt, Carl, 69-A Scmitt, 22-A Schnebly, John, 108-A Schneider, Carly, 69-A Schneider, Gary, 110-A Schneider, Gerald, 46-A Schoen, Judity, 45-A Schoenfeld, Ellen, 69-A Schonwetter, Sondra, 20-A Schrader, Edward, 69-A Schroeder, Donald, 53-A Schroeder, Rich ard, 99-A Schall, Dave, 80-A Schutt, Robert, 80-A Scialdo, Rosina, 69-A Scourtes, Mary, 69-A Scourtes, Mary, 69-A Scranton, Sue, 28, 144, 155-A Scriven, Vicki, 83-A Scrogin, Catherine, 69-A Sechen, Elizabeth, 20, 69-A Secrist, Ronald, 69-A Seemann, Sharon, 40-A Seible, Dianna, 69-A Seide, George, 80-A Selby, Janet, 22, 69-A Setzer, Rhonda, 45-A Severyn, Patrica, 77-A Shacter, Joseph, 79-A Shafer, Barbara, 69-A Shanks, Mary, 38-A Shanks, Susan, 38-A Shannon, Michaela, 112, 34-A Shannon, Patricia, 50-A Shapiro, Gene, 112, 34-A Share, Bradly, 69-A Melinda, 20-A Shaw, Billy, 102, 103-B Shaw, Samuel, 75-A Sheppard, Joseph, 108-A Sheppard, Wayne, 69-A Sherbert, Linda, 32, 75, 83, Shield, Amy, 45-A Shiffman, Andrea, 47-A Shill, Eleanor, 69-A Shires, Val, 69-A Shires, Val, 69-A Shofi, Mary, 69-A Short, Constance, 40-A Shiffres, Fran, 20-A 125 INDEX Shriner, Indy, 28-A Shrum, Deborah, 69-A Shuford, Billy, 69-A Shulman, Terri, 69-A Shumpert, Mary, 32-A Shurtleff, G., 69-A Shweky, Carol, 20, 69-A Signorelli, Barry, 53-A Silbermann, Marcia, 79-A Silman, John, 108-A Silverblatt, Carol, 28-A Simmons, Scott, 49-A Simms, Toni, 32, 144, 157-A Simon, Am y, 20-A Simons, Nancy, 83-A Simpson, Donald, 44-A Singer, Bruce, 80-A Sirk, Wendy, 22-A Sisler, Harry, 88-A Skipper, Susan, 24-A Skipper, Suzanne, 32-A Skipper, Thomas, 44-A Slack, Sara, 47-A Slavis, Pamela, 50-A Smith, Ann, 22-A Smith, Barbara, 24-A Smith, Candy, 32-A Smith, Darrell, 44-A Smith, James, 110-A Smith, Linda, 47-A Smith, Nancy, 30-A Smith, Pamela, 28-A Smith, Patricia, 18-A Smith, Stephanie, 24-A Smith, Sue, 54-A Smithers, John, 54-A Smyers, Steven, 110-A Snedaker, Martha, 47, 83-A Sokeland, William, 81-A Solares, Henry, 81-A Soldano, Andrea, 47-A Sologruen, Luis, 26, 79-A Somersille, Maureen, 38-A Sorenson, Doug, 108-A Sorenson, Mary Ellen, 55-A Sousa, Barbara, 24-A Sox, David, 79-A Spahr, Mary, 50-A Spencer, Patricia, 30-A Spencer, Suzanne, 79-A Sperling, Ilene, 45-A Spiegel, Barbara, 45-A Spinale, Francis, 30-A Spinale, Grace, 30-A Spitale, Steven, 77-A Stairs, Sandra, 47-A Stakk, Kendra, 34-A Stanfield, Carol, 30-A Stanfield, Leslie, 50-A Stanley, Clifford, 79-A Stanley, Donna, 28-A Staschke, Mark, 49-A Steen, Janet, 77-A Steffen, Manfred, 26, 79-A Stein, Connie, 32-A Stein, Sandra, 45-A Stein, David, 81-A Stein, Lisa, 48-A Steinkellner, Carol, 75-A Stemer, Karen, 48, 51-A Stephens, Penny, 112-A Stephens, Robert, 108-A Stepp, Kathyrn, 112-A Sterling, Patricia, 30-A Stern, Julie, 20-A Stetson, Roland, 75-A Stevens, Michael, 26, 53, 79 Stewart, Terry, 44-A Stichter, Blake, 49-A Stiff, Richard, 49, 53, 79-A Stiles, Joseph, 54-A Stiles, Richard, 54-A Still, Russell, 26, 77-A Stillman, Daryl, 45-A Stites, James, 77-A Stokes, Rhonda, 34-A Stoltz, Daniel, 81-A Stoltz, John, 110-A Stone, Cesar, 79-A Stone, Sandra, 75-A Stoner, Cheryl Wray, 34 Stoner, Eileen Ann, 46 Stovall, Kristi Ann, 38 Strassburg, Karen N., 77-A Street, Thomas Francis, 51 Strickland Deborah A., 47 Strickland, Sharon D., 28, 55 Stroud, Charles, Steven, 26, 77 Stuart, Georgia Lee, 32, 79-A Stubbs, Jenna Cile, 32 Stuebe, Pamela Jo, 22 Sudduth, Catherine M., 47 Sudduth, Linda Dianne, 79-A, Summa, Sharon Ann, 18 Susa, Linda Sue, 47 Sutherland, Stephen E., 80 Sutton, Katherine M., 77-A Swan, Laurel Layne, 28 Swarthout, Norman R., 79-A Swartz, Phyllis Eileen, 20 Sweet, Catherine M., 77-A Swift, Susan Gwen, 20 Swim, Marjorie Ann, 32, 79-A Symington, Wm Wayne, 26, 53-A, Symons, Camille Cathy, 119 T Tackwell, Kyle Lynn, 28 Takosh, Michael Joseph, 54-A Talley, Margaret Lynn, 28 Tanner, Leonard S., 80 Tarrant, Margaret P., 47 Tate, Nancy Leigh, 30 Tawil, Francyn, 45 Taylor, Barry Lyle, 51 Taylor, Sammuel, 87 Taylor, Susan Jeane, 28 Taylor, William Cooke, 77-A, Tegreeny, Judith Ann, 47 Terry, Kenn Sneed Jr., 111-A Terry, Susan Elizabeth, 18 Tesser, Karen Robin, 48 Testa, Dennis Charles, 75-A Tew, Sharon Patricia, 22 Thacker, Daye Ellen, 38 Tharpe, Karen Elaine, 22 Thibault, Jean V., 28 Thistlethwaite N. Lynn, 79-A Thoburn, Karen Michele, 38 Thomas, Cassandra, 75-A Thomas, Elyse Ann, 20 Thomas, Sandra Lynn, 79-A Thomason, Jeannie M., 34 Thompson, Beverly, 28, 33 Thompson, Jack, 108 Thompson, Mark Wesley, 112-A Thompson, Randolph E., 44 Tierney, Sherri Lynn, 32 Tillis, Deborah Anne, 22 Timmes, Stephaie A., 50 Tishman, Amy Ruth, 20 Tison, Dorothy Helen, 18 Todd, Kenneth S Jr., 75-A Todd, Thomas Norton, 49 Topal, Dane Hana, 45 Torres, Amalia Ann, 32 Townsend, Sharon L., 30 Trantham, Melissa, 28 Traweek, Amanda Maxine, 30 Truax, Debbie Jean, 32 Trumbo, Robin Lynn, 28 Trumm, Karen Llizabeth, 24 Turner, Maria Freda, 79-A Twardzik, Eileen May, 40 Tyner, Mack III, 75-A U Uelsmann Exhibition, 115-B Ullman, Joann, 18 Ullman, Kathleen Ellen, 18 Ulseth, James Edwin, 26, 79-A Ulseth, William Chas., 49, 53-A Underwood, Resa, 75-A V Valdes, Elena, 75-A Van Bueren, Andrew S., 48 Van Horn, William A., 54-A Van Meter, Anne Guerin, 32 Van Ness, Kenneth John, 112-A Van Viget, 32 Veckman, Nina C., 18 Veitia, Enrique A., Jr., 46 Vento, Marie Therese, 34 Vogt, David Peter, 79-A Volenec, Sandra Ann, 82 W Waddell, Gary Lloyd, 112-A Wade, Thomas Edward, 80 Wadlund, Sally, 24 Wagner, Katherine N., 40 Wakelam, Suzanne Agnes, 40 Waldor, Brent Waldner, Diane Eileen, 47 Waldorf, Cheryl Linda, 22 Waldorff, Chas Alan Jr., 34 Walker, Jinky Carolyn, 24 Walker, John Howard, 44 Wandell, Cynthia M. J., 75-A Warbritton, David S., 108 Ward, Douglas Chris, 53-A Warfield, Harold Burns, 54-A Warner, Joseph James, 53 Waters, Duane Jay, 53-A Watkins, D. Michael, 49 Watson, Charles Edwin, 75-A Watson, Dee, 83 77 Watson, William Jos Jr., 80 Wattles, Robert Chas, 80, 81 Watts, John Edward, 80 Weeks, Vicki Lynn, 24 Weimer, Rae 0., 88 Weinberg, Aaron, 48 Weingand, Lucy K., 28 Weingarten, Phyllis B., 20 Weinstein, Rae Ilene, 20 Weipert, Charlotta Jean, 77-A Weiss, Glenn Howard, 53-A WeIlford Joy Craig, 79-A Wells, Marlee Sylvania, 28, 46 Wenig, Constance Lynn, 24 Wershow, Jonathan F., 80 West, George Michael, 52 Whatley, Hiwatha W., 79-A Wheeler, Charlotte Ann, 24 Wheeler, Nancy Lynn, 34 Wheeley Melinda Kay, 50 White, John Stephen, 80 White, Karen Olivia, 79-A Whitehead, Richard, 90 Whitehead, Susan Blake, 50 Whitley, Mary Ann, 18 Whiteleather, Alan K., 117 Whitley, Sherry Kay, 50 Whitlock, James Roger, 51 Whitlow, Janet R. Lyons, 82 Whittemore, Jas David, 49 Widman, Rosemary, 118 Wilde, Edmund Gifford, 116-A Wilkotz, Toby Renee, 48 Williams, Arnetta R., 77-A, 83 Williams, Bobby, 26, 77-A Williams, Cathy Lynn, 77-A Williams, Daniel, 108 Williams, Holly Ellen, 28 Williams, James Lee, 79-A Williams, Janet Lee, 79-A Williams, Janice Leigh, 32 Williams, Lawrence H., 55 Williams, Marie Lynne, 38 Williams, Molly Gordon, 32 Williams, Randall C., 80, 141 Williams, Randi Lynne, 75-A Williams, Rosemary, 75-A Williams, Stephen L., 112 Williams, WM Scott, 49 Willis, Dwyne Thurman, 51 Wills, Stacy Anita, 46 Wilson, Pamela Ruth, 34 Winialski, Brenda Lee, 28 Winton, David Louis, 80 Wise, Marjorie Ellen, 48, 83 Witherell, Karen Ann, 40 Withers, Bill, 90-B Witkoski, Janet Ann, 75-A Wolfson, Samuel Peter, 46 Wood, Beorge Novell, 79-A Wood, Sandra Ann, 18 Wood, Susan Margaret, 28 Woodall, John Gordon, 49 Woodford , Paula Jean, 77-A Woodward, Joyce Marie, 47 Worland, Meg, 75-A Worley, Lewis Glenn, 47 Worman, Debra Florence, 20 Wrenn, Vicki Dianne, 22 Wright, Samuel Lamar, 79-A Wright, Susan Adele, 77-A Wroble, Arthur Gerard, 80 Wunderlich, Paul Wm, 46 Wurst, Elizabeth Ann, 40 Y Yancey, James M. Jr., 108 Yanchuck, Arleen Iris, 45 Yanni, Lorraine June, 75-A Yates, Carolyn Gail, 50 Yawn, Amy Knight, 38 Young, Jacquelyn Mae, 20 Young, Janet Elizabeth, 32 Young, Jo Ann, 38 Young, Laura Lyn, 46, 83, 82 Young, Neal Edward, 113-A Youngblood, Sallie Ann, 30 Ziegler, Joan Regina, 20 Zion, Clara Jo, 54, 48, 83 Zohn, Frank, Michael, 42 Zorich, Donald Joseph, 110-A Zukley, Colette Sue, 116, 32, 77-A Zuroski, Kathleen B., 30 Zwick, Debbie, 20 126 TRIVIA ANSWERS MOVIES ANSWERS 1. 1-f; 2-d; 3-h; 4-c; 5-b; 6-e; 7-1; 8-g 2. a. In harm ' s Way; b. The Bridge on the River Kwai 3. Ricardo Cortez 4. Bette Davis, Spencer Tracy, and Frank Capra 5. The Thin Man 6. a. Jack Haley; b. Ray Bolger; c. Bert Lahr; d. Margaret Hamilton; e. Frank Morgan 7. Vincent Price in The House of Wax 8. James Arness 9. The Painted Desert, Honky Tonk, Across The Wide Missouri, Lone Star, The Tall Men, The King and Four Queens, The Misfits. 10. California, Copper Canyon, Bugles in the Afternoon, A Man Alone 11. The Kissing Bandit, Johnny Concho, Sergeants Three, Four For Texas 12. The Treasure of Sierra Madre, A Holy Terror, The Oklahoma Kid, Virginia City 13. The Oklahoma Kid, Run for Cover, Tribute to a Bad Man 14. 1-d; 2-c; 3-h; 4-i; 5-j; 6-g; 7-b; 8-e; 9-a; 10-f COMIC CHARACTER ANSWERS 1. Kryptonite 2. Olive Oyl 3. Betty and Veronica 4. Sluggo dated Nancy; Tubby dated Little Lulu. 5. Miss Mizzou, Summer Smith Olson, Herself Muldoon, and Princess Snowflower. 6. The Green Hornet (Britt Reid) was The Lone Ranger ' s (John Reid) grand-nephew. 7. Jiminy Cricket 8. Bashful, Grumpy, Sneezy, Sleepy, Happy, Dopey, and Doc. 9 1-d; 2-c; 3-e; 4-f; 5-h; 6-a; 7-g TELEVISION ANSWERS 1. Oscar 2. Ben Alexander 3. a.) Sid Stone; b.) George Gobel; c.) Andy Devine 4. Buster Brown 5. They were ' Determined by ' Your Hit Parade ' survey which checks the best sellers in sheet music and phonograph music, the songs most heard on the air and most played in the automatic coin machines - an accurate, authentic tabulation on American ' s taste in popular music. ' 6. Eve Arden 7. Marvin Miller played Michael Anthony on ' The Millionaire ' . 8. Red Skelton 9. Chester Riley 10. Joe Cobb, Mary Kornman, Jean Darling, Johnny Downs, Farina, Spanky Mcfarland, Jackie Condon, Jackie Cooper, Mickey Daniels, Alfalfa Switzer, Darla Hood, and Buckwheat Thomas. 11. Warner Baxter, Cesar Romero, Duncan Renaldo, and Gilbert Rowland. 12. 1-f; 2-b; 3-h; 4-c; 5-i; 6-d; 7-e; 9-g; 10-a LITERATURE ANSWERS 1. Carl Sandburg 2. Grantland Rice 3. A deer 4. George 5. a. Pearl Buck b. Winston Churchill (the Am. novelist) c. Ernest Hemingway d. Jack London 6. Sinclair Lewis 7. St. Paul, Minn. 8. Benjamin 9. George Santayana 10. Pamela, by Samuel Richardson WHO SAID ANSWERS 1. Tennessee Ernie Ford 2. Frosty The Snowman 3. John Cameron Swayze 4. Edward R. Murrow, on Person to Person 5. Perry White, editor of the Daily Planet 6. Louis Nye as Gordon Hathaway (a man on the street) 7. Arthur Godfrey 8. Leberace 9. Ricky Nelson 10. Jerry Lewis 11. The Little Engine that Could 12. Walter Winchell 13. Jackie Gleason 14. Jack Bailey 15. Maynard G. Krebs (Bob Denver 16. Walter Cronkite GENERAL TRIVIA ANSWERS 1. It was named for the daughter of Pres. Grover Cleveland, Baby Ruth. 2. a.... break your back; b.... to know one; c.... losers weepers; d.... you ' re glue; e.... a bottle of ink 3. Al Jolson 4. Robert Ripley 5. Mae West 6. Noel Coward 7. Greta Garbo 8. Larry, Curly and Moe 9. Clockwise 10. Four 11. Sunshine, food, exercise, rest and cleanliness 12. Henry Ford 13. 102 stories 14. The Waldorf Astoria 15. Gutzon Borglum HISTORY ANSWERS 1.Lt. Commander Richard E. Byrd 2. Pluto 3. Franklin Delano Roosevelt 4. His father 5. Stewart Udall 6. Karl Mundt 7. Bill Miller 8. Fala, he was a scotch terrier. 9. 1917 10. Adam Clayton Powell 11. May, 1968 12. A prohibition agent team. SPORTS ANSWERS 1. Knute Rockne 2.1968 3. Red Grange 4. 1960 - Joe Bellino , Navy, HB 1961 - Ernie Davis, Syracuse, HB 1962 - Terry Baker. Oregon State, QB 1963 - Roger Staubach, Navy, OB 1964 - John Huarte, Notre Dame, QB 1965 - Mike Garrett, USC, HB 1966 - Steve Spurrier, Florida, QB 1967 - Gary Beban, UCLA, QB 1968 - 0. J. Simpson. USC, RB 1969 - Steve Owens, Oklahoma, RB 1970 - Jim Plunkett, Stanford, QB 5. Bill Mazeroski of Pittsburgh. He played second base. 6. Rod Laver, Australia Don Budge, United States. 7. Roy Riegals, for California in the 1929 Rose Bowl. MUSIC ANSWERS 1. In my ears and in my eyes. 2. When they were younger, so much younger than today. 3. Ritchie Valens and the Big Bopper 4. Only You 5. Hank Ballard and the Midnighters 6. ' Love Me Tender ' 7. Mother -In- Law 8. Clyde McPhatter 127 YEARBOOK OF university of florida how did i get this way was what was i c oing to say was on how did i get in here was on my wasn ' t i here last year i was on my way why have they locked me i was on my way to who is my next of kin christ won ' t iever win i paid my airplane fare i was on my way to where, Dory Previn Frank Lloyd Wright The love of his comes, no from the of my for something drives me, though with little hope to follow he same road spinning round in the eyes of a child you will see J Lodge then give me back my friend the times when I myself was growing... The world was shrouded in a haze Give back my youth to me again Goethe my youth rose up and pleaded with me nature sprang back youth went with the wind Jean-Paul Sartre Jean-Paul Sartre Lift is made Herman Raucher Solitude , though it may be silent as is like the mightiest of agencies for solitude is essential to man All men come into this world all leave it alone Thomas DeQuincey Starting at seven The autumn afternoon warning Of winter, the dead and dying Gress crushed under my sneakers, in , eyes in sockets (Anc halfway shut) I moved along Or, the oldest of my family to be in school I wondered where my brother was, The one who joined the army, his brown-haired girl (she wasnt) still waiting? The lights of cars were glistening On my light cnd on my face As I into FairbanKs to hunt A mechanic to fix my 56 not finding one, at nine o ' clock stumbled on to Gainesville, eighteen older, alone, in the Damnable indifference of The autumn rain, Charles Heekin Photography Credits: Phil Bannister: pp. 2, and 6. Richard Benson: pp. 11. Phil Cope: pp. 3, 7, and 13. Steve Elbert: 4, 5, 8, 9, 10, 12, 14, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 23, 24, 25, and 27. John Waters: pp. 15. 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS STUDENT LIFE EVENTS MILESTONES ENTERTAINMENT THE ARTS ACCENT HOMECOMING BEAUTY SPORTS CREDITS GALLERY 30 - 71 72 - 83 84 - 87 88 - 111 112 -121 122 -137 138 -149 150 -159 160 -199 200 - 201 202 - 207 student life 31 32 33 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 48 49 52 53 56 57 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 71 when you wish upon a star makes no difference who you are your dreams come true filming of the naked ape 75 76 iNstitute of BLACK CuLture SACCH improve access BAR ALL CAR THROUGH TRAFFIC FROM CAMPUS INT 134 CAMPUS ALTERNATIVES Students Against the Cross-Campus Highway 79 presidential primary 80 81 TAYLOR WINS BY 1000 VOTES Son Of Flash 82 Corenswet, Everyday People Fred Vollrath, Fundamental Freedom Sam Taylor, United Action 83 milestones The 1971 Heisman Trophy Winner — Pat Sullivan, Auburn, Quarterback. New Years day 1972: Sugar Bowl: Oklahoma crushed Auburn, 40-22; Orange Bowl: Nebraska beat out Alabama, 38-6; Rose Bowl: Stanford upset Michigan 13 12 According to the 1971 beverage consumption statistics, the average person consumed over a case of beer a month. The 1971 Emmy Awards: Best Continued Performance of an Actor in a Dramatic Series — Hal Holbrook, ( " The Bold Ones " ); Best Actress for the same award — Susan Hampshire, ( " The First Churchills " ); Best Continued Performance in a Comedy Series — Jack Klugman, ( " The Odd Couple " ) and Jean Stapleton, ( " All in the Family " ); Best Comedy Series — " All in the Family " ; Best Dramatic Series — " The Senator. " The 1971 Academy Awards: Best Picture " Patton " ; Best Director — Franklin J. Schaffner, ( " Patton " ); Best Actor — George C. Scott, ( " Patton " ); Best Actress — Glenda Jackson, ( " Women in Love " ); Best Supporting Actor — John Mills, ( " Ryan ' s Daughter " ); Best Supporting Actress Helen Hayes, ( " Airport " ). The 1971 Record and Album of the year — " Bridge Over Troubled Waters " by Simon and Garfunkel. The 1971 Number One Single-Recording " Joy to the World " by — Three Dog Night followed closely by " Maggie Mae " and " It ' s Too Late. " The 1971 Grammy Awards: Best Female Vocal Dionne Warwick, ( " I ' ll Never Fall In Love Again " ); Best Male Vocal — Ray Stevens, ( " Everything is Beautiful " ). The 1971 Best Selling General Book — " The Greening of America " by Charles Reich. The 1971 Number One Best Selling Fiction Book — " QB VII " by Leon Uris. " Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Sex, " " Love Story " , " The Sensuous Women " and " Up the Organization " made the Best Seller List for the second year in a row. President Nixon instituted a new economic program August 15, 1971 calling for an immediate ninety-day wage, price and rent freeze. the Pittsburgh Pirates defeated the Baltimore Orioles in the 1971 World Series, 4 games to 3, and became the world baseball champions. Joe Frazier retained his world Boxing Championship March 8, 1971 at Madison Square Gardens by defeating Cassius Clay for the second time. elizabeth Kovachevich ' s term as a member of the Florida Board of Regents ended December, 1971. The Florida Supreme Court threw out the state ' s 103-year-old abortion law on Valentine ' s Day, 1972, declaring the statute unconstitutionally " vague, indefinite and uncertain. " Walt Disney World opened in Orlando, Florida, October 1971. On July 26, 1971 Apollo 15 astronauts, Col. David R. Scott, Lt. Col. James B. Irwin and Maj. Alfred M. Worden, soared to the moon in a 12-day record-breaking flight highlighted by three days of lunar exploration in a lunar rover. February 1972: President Nixon ' s visit to the People ' s Republic of China marked the restoration of relations the U.S. and Red China. DEATHS — 1971 Acheson, Dean, 78; Secy. of State, 1949-53 Allman, Duane, 24; rock singer, guitarist. Armstrong, Louis ( " Satchmo " ), 71; gravel-voiced master of jazz trumpet. Black, Hugo L., 85; retired Supreme Court Justice. Bourke-White, Margaret. 67: photo-journalist. Chanel, Gabrielle (Coco), 87; French couturiere. Cerf, Bennett A., 73; book publisher; TV personality ( " What ' s My Line? " ). Curtis, King (Curtis Ousley), 36; blues and soul musician. Cushing, Richard Cardinal, 75; confidente of the Kennedy family. deGaulle, Charles, 79; retired president of France. Dewey, Thomas E., 68; 3-time governor, New York; twice GOP candidate for Presidency. Dodd, Thomas J., 64; ex-Senator (D,Conn.). Douglas, Virginia O ' Hanlon, 81; her 1897 letter to New York Sun prompted famous editorial, " Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus. " Duncan, Donald F., 79; built yoyo, parking meter fortune. Eis enhower, Edgar, 82; late President ' s brother. Garcia, Carlos P., 74; Philippines president, 1957-61. Heflin, Van (Emmet Evan Heflin, Jr.), 60; film, stage star. Hickenlooper, Bourke B., 75; GOP Senator from Iowa, 1945-69. Hughes, Chuck, 28; Detroit Lions receiver. Krushchev, Nikita S., 77; flamboyant ruler of USSR, 1953-64. Lewis, Joe E., 69; nightclub comedian. Lewis, Ted, 81; bandleader ( " Is Everybody Happy? " ). Liston, Charles (Sonny), 38; former world heavyweight boxing champion. Lloyd, Harold, 77; bespectacled comedy star of silent films. Lukacs, Gyorgy, 86; Marxist philosopher. Murphy, Audie, 46; most decorated U.S. soldier of World War 2; film actor. Nash, Ogden, 68; poet noted for droll, pungent verse ( " Candy is dandy but liquor is quicker " ). Niebuhr, Reinhold, 78; Protestant theologian; a founder of Americans for Democratic Action. Penney, James Cash, 95; founder of $2.7 billion department-store chain. Rennie, Michael, 62; star of films, TV ( " The 3d Man " ). Romanoff, Michael, about 80; self-styled Russian prince, Hollywood restauranteur. Russell, Sen. Richard B., 73; (D., Ga.), dean of Senate. Stravinsky, Igor, 88; influential 20th Century composer noted for avant-garde innovations, ballets ( " The F irebird " ). Terry, Paul H., 84; animator-cartoonist creator of Terrytoons (Mighty Mouse, Heckle and Jeckle). Valachi, Joseph, 66; underworld figure who first used term " Cosa Nostra " in describing its inner working at 1963 Senate hearings. Whitehead, Sir Edgar, 66; prime minister of Rhodesia, 1958-62. Young, Whitney M., 49; civil rights leader; executive director, Urban League. 85 MOVIES 1. Match the movie with the famous clue in each of the following Hitchcock thrillers: 1. a motel shower a. Dial M for Murder 2. a wine cellar key b. North by Northwest 3. a concealed compass c. Rebecca 4. a monogrammed pillowcase d. Notorious 5. a crop duster e. Rear Window 6. a wedding ring f. Psycho 7. latch keys g. The Man Who Knew Too Much 8. crashing cymblas h. Life boat 2. Give the title of the war movies starring a.) John Wayne, Kirk Douglas, Patricia Neal b) William Holden, Alec Guiness, and Jack Hawkins 3. Who played Sam Space in the 1931 version of " The Maltese Falcon " ? 4. The three main Oscar winners in 1938 were all repeaters. Best Actress won her first Oscar for Dangerous, her second for Jezebel; best actor won his first Oscar for Captain Courageous, his second for Boys ' Town; best director won his first for It Happened One Night, his second for Mr. Deeds Goes to Town, his third for You Can ' t Take It With You. Who were these Hollywood Giants? 5. A wire-haired terrier named Asta delighted movie-goers in what detective series? 6. Who played a) The Tin Woodman; b) The Scarecrow; c) The Cowardly Lion; d ) The Wicked Witch; e ) The Wizard in the The Wizard of OZ? 7. Who starred in the first 3-D movie? 8. Who played " The Thing? " 9. How many Clark Gable westerns can you name? 10. How many Ray Milland westerns can you remember? 11. How many Fank Sinatra Westerns can you recall? 12. How many Humphry Bogart westerns can you recall? 13. How many James Cagney westerns can you name? 14. Match up the famous pairs of Hollywood: 1. Greta Garbo a. Walter Pidgeon 2. William Powell b. Olivia de Havilland 3. Fred Astaire c. Myrna Loy 4. Donald O ' Connor d. John Gilbert 5. Spencer Tracy e. George Brent 6. Percy Kilbride f. Charles Boyer 7. Errol Flynn g. Marjorie Main 8.Bette Davis h. Ginger Rogers 9. Greer Garson i. Ann Blyth Irene Dunne I j. Katherine Hepburn 10. COMIC CHARACTERS 1. Superman was faster than a speeding bullet, but what extraterrestrial substance had the power to slow him down? 2. Popeye the Sailor ' s angular girlfriend was 3. All-American teenager Archie Andrews had two girls to choose between: The blonde and the brunette, 4. Name the steady boyfriends of Nancy and Little Lulu. 5. Can you name at least four of Steve Canyon ' s girlfriends? 6. How were the Green Hornet and The Lone Ranger related? 7. Who was the insect friend of Pinocchio? 8. Name all seven dwarfs. 9. Match the hero with the everyday character. 1. Clark Kent 2. Steve Rogers 3. Bruce Wayne 4. Billy Batson 5. Freddie Freeman 6. Jim Barr 7. Captain Albright a. Bullet Man b. Captain Marvel, Jr. c. Captain American d. Superman e. Batman f. Captain Marvel g. Captain Midnight TRIVIA TELEVISION 1. What was the name of George and Marian Kirby ' s dog in Topper? 2. Many years and many pounds after his success as a silent screen boy actor, who starred with Jack Webb on ' Dragnet ' ? 3. Who said: a.) ' Tell you what I ' m gonna do! ' ; b.) ' Well, I ' ll be a dirty bird! ' ; and c.) ' Wait for me, Wild Bill! ' ? 4. Whose dog, Tige, tagged along after him? 5. How were the songs picked on ' Your Hit Parade ' ? 6. Who was ' Our Miss Brooks ' ? 7. Who was the ever faithful executive to the mysterious billionaire, John Beresford Tipton? 8. Clem Kadiddlehopper is associated with what entertainer? 9. Who used to say, ' What a revoltin ' development this is! ' ? 10. How many members of ' Our Gang ' can you name? 11. How many Cisco Kids can you name? 12. Match the stars with their horses: 1. Cisco Kid 2. Tonto 3. Roy Rogers 4. Tom Mix 5. Dale Evans 6. Ken Maynard 7. Sgt. Preston 8. Dan Reed 9. The Lone Ranger a. Champion b. Scout c. Tony d. Tarzan e. Rex f. Diablo g. Silver h. Trigger 86 LITERATURE 1. Who said " The fog comes on little cat feet " ? 2. Who said - " When the One Great Scorer Comes to write against your name - He marks - not that you won or lost - but how you played the game. " 3. What kind of animal was adopted by Claude Jarman Jr., in The Yearling? 4. What was Babbitt ' s first name? 5. Name the authors of: a.) " The Good Earth " ; b.) " The Crisis " ; c.) " The Sun Also Rises " ; d.) " The Sea Wolf. " 6. Who turned down the 1926 Pulitzer Prize for the best American Novel? 7. What was the birthplace of F. Scott Fitzgerald? 8. Who was the narrator of " The Sound and The Fury " ? 9. The author of The Last Puritan was a Harvard professor who, the story goes, looked out his window one beautiful April morning and told his class, " Gentlemen, I have a date with spring, " walked out and never returned, retiring to Italy. Who was this professional dropout? 10. Who authored the first novel in England and what was its name? WHO SAID 1. " Bless you pea-pickin ' little hearts " 2. " Don ' t you cry - I ' ll be back again someday. " 3. " Glad we could get together. " 4. " Goodnight and good luck. " 5. " Great Caesar ' s ghost! " 6. " Hi ho Steverino! " 7. " huwaya, huwaya, hywaya. " 8. " I ' d like you to meet my brother, George. " 9. " I don ' t mess around, boy. " 10. " I like it! I like it! " 11. " I think I can, I think I can, I think I can. " 12. " Ladies and gentlemen and all the ships at sea; let ' s go to press. " 13. " One of these days, one of these day .. POW! Right in the kisser! " 14. " Would you like to be Queen for a day? " 15. ' You rang? ' 16. ' That ' s the way it was.... ' GENERAL TRIVIA 1. Who was the candy bar ' Baby Ruth ' named for? 2. Complete the following childhood rhymes: a. Step on a crack ... b. Takes one ... c. Finders keepers ... d. I ' m rubber ... e. Ink a bink 3. Who said, ' You ain ' t heard nothing yet, folks. ' ? 4. Who said, ' Believe it or not. ' ? 5. Who said, ' Beulah, peel me a grape. ' ? 6. Who said, ' Mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the midday sun. ' ? 7. Who said, ' I want to be alone. ' ? 8. Name the Three Stooges. 9. Do you move clockwise or counter-clockwise in Monopoly? 10. How many strings on a uke? 11. What are the five points of the Girl Scouts? 12. Who said, ' History is bunk. ' ? 13. How high is the Empire State Building? 14. What famous Hotel was formerly on the site of the Empire State Building? 15. Who sculpted the faces on Mount Rushmore? HISTORY 1. Who was the U. S. Naval officer who photographed the North Pole in 1926? 2. What planet was discovered in 1930? 3. Who was Democratic candidate for Vice-President in 1920? 4. Who swore in Calvin Coolidge as President? 5. Who was Secretary of the Interior under Kennedy? 6. Who was the Chairman of the McCarthy Army Hearings? 7. Who was Chairman of the Republican National Committee in 1964? 8. What was the name and breed of FDR ' s dog? 9. When did the United States recognize the Soviet Union? 10. What U. S. House of Representative Member fled to Bimini in 1968 and where is he from? 11. In what month and what year did the Paris Peace Talks begin? 12. Who were Izzie and Moe? SPORTS 1. Who was the Notre Dame football coach killed in an airplane crash in 1931? 2. What year was " Dancer ' s Image " disqualified in the Kentucky Derby? 3. Who was the " Galloping Ghost " ? 4. Name the Heisman Trophy Winners from 1960-1970 their school and position. 5. Who hit the winning home-run in the bottom of the ninth inning in 1960 World Series and what team did he play for? and what position did he play. 6. Name the only two men to w in the grandslam of tennis. 7. What famous player ran the length of a football field the wrong way in a Bowl Classic? MUSIC 1. Where is Penny Lane? 2. When didn ' t the Beatles need HELP? 3. Name the two singers killed in the crash that took the life of Buddy Holly. 4. According to the Platters, who can make the darkness bright? 5. Who wrote the first version of the twist? 6. Name Elvis ' first film. 7. What relative did Ernie K. Doe sing about? 8. Who was the first lead singer with The Drifters? 87 ENTERTAINMENT Bill Withers BLOOD, SWEAT, AND TEARS BLOOD, SWEAT, AND TEARS THE GUESS WHO CAROL HALL DON McLEAN DOUG CLARK AND THE HOT NUTS HAMPTON GREASE BAND CHUBBY AT THE RAT 100 HAIR BILLY SHAW 103 104 ARCHIE BELL AND THE DRELLS ARCHIE BELL AND THE DRELLS STANDING ROOM ONLY THE DRIFTERS 107 THE DRIFTERS 109 110 RICHIE HAVENS THE ARTS ABRAXAS UELSMANN EXHIBITION FREE ADVICE VERY FUNNY Asolo Theatre Company Workshop — Kathy Noone. TWELFTH NIGHT 119 Asolo Theatre Company Workshop — Kathy Noone. TWELFTH NIGHT 120 121 MIDSUMMER NIGHT ' S DREAM ACCENT ACCENT ' 72 123 SENATOR GEORGE MCGOVERN 125 SENATOR BIRCH BAYH 127 ALLEN GINSBERG Julian Bond Julian Bond 128 PIERRE SALINGER JAMES FARMER DICK GREGORY 130 SENATOR BARRY GOLDWATER SENATOR HENRY JACKSON JOHN KERRY MAYOR JOHN LINDSAY SENATOR EDMUND MUSKIE 136 Dr. Benjamin Spock SENATOR HUBERT HUMPHREY REP Shirley CHISHOLM homecoming GROWL Rehearsal Homecoming 144 Hobart Nevels, Boy Wonder 145 GATOR GROWL Patrick O ' Neal, Emcee Betty Friedan (right) Senator Edmund Muskie HOMECOMING Frank Reynolds Jake Schickel General Chairman 148 HOMECOMING BEAUTY Patrick O ' Neal, Judge " The Florida Girl " represents the most photogenic girl on campus. In a contest sponsored by The Yearbook of the University of Florida, Patrick O ' Neal, 1971 Gator Growl Emcee, selected his personal favorites, the five most photogenic girls — 1972, from the twenty-eight entries. A graduate of the University of Florida and former Seminole Editor, O ' Neal is a veteran actor of stage, screen and television. 150 151 1972 FLORIDA GIRL Pam Wilson, The 1972 Florida Girl Pam Wilson, 1972 Florida Girl Patty Clark, third runner-up Rosemary Treadway, first runner-up Sherri Abbott, Fourth Runner-up Sydney McShane second runner-up Patti Sites, Miss UF-Homecoming Princess Kappa Alpha 154 155 Sue Scranton, Miss UF-Homecoming Princess Alpha Tau Omega Margaret Montgomery, Miss UF-Homecoming Queen Sigma Nu BEAUTY 156 beauty Margaret Montgomery, Miss UF — Homecoming Queen Sigma Nu Toni Simms, Miss UF-Homecoming Princess Kappa Alpha Theta Tony Scavo, Miss UF-Homecoming Princess Sigma Phi Epsilon 157 BEAUTY 1972 Gator Bowl Queen, Camille Larmoyeaux. 158 1971 Engineering Fair Queen, Sally Bruner 1971 Military Ball Queen, Lisa Council. 1972 International Queen, Marlene Sylvain 159 MISSISSIPPI STATE DUKE ALABAMA LOUISIANA STATE TENNESSEE FLORIDA STATE 165 MARYLAND AUBURN 167 GEORGIA KENTUCKY MIAMI .. . AND 5,749 YARDS 171 172 BARTLETT ' S BUNCH 174 175 176 177 178 179 181 182 183 wrestling SWIMMING SWIMMING RUGBY LACROSSE soccer 190 1 TENNIS TRACK TRACK BASEBALL 197 GOLF SUBJECT INDEX - A - Abraxas Accent Answers, Trivia, The Arts - B - B aseball Basketball Birch Bayh Beauty Archie Bell and the Drells Black Culture Center Blood, Sweat and Tears Julian Bond -C - Chubby Checker Cheerleaders Julie Chisolm Doug Clark and the Hot Nuts Credits D- The Drifters - E - Entertainment Events - F - James Farmer Florida Blue Key Banquet Football Betty Friedan - G - Gallery Gator Growl Allen Ginsberg Barry Goldwater Golf Dick Gregory Growl Rehersal The Guess Who - H - Hair Carol Hall Hampton Grease Band Richie Havens Homecoming Homecoming Parade Hubert Humphrey - I - Index Introduction - J - Henry Jackson K- John Kerry - L - John Lindsay -M - George McGovern Don McLean Midsummer Nights Dream Milestones Edmund Muskie - N - Naked Ape - P - Primary Elections - R - Frank Reynolds Rugby - S - S.A.C.C.H. Pierre Salinger Billy Shaw Soccer Spock, Dr. Benjamin, Sports Student Government Elections Student Life Swimming - T - Tennis Track Twelfth Night - U - Jerry Uelsman Exhibition - V - Very Funny - W - Bill Withers Wrestling BIBLIOGRAPHY Photographs furnished by staff photographers Phil Bannister and Steve Elbert. Other Photo contributors: Accent ' 72 (Pierre Salinger), Richard Benson, Monte Chitty, Tom Hamilton, Clay Phipps, Bob Stiff, John Waters, Gary Wolfson, and Walt Disney World, Inc.. Our thanks to the staff of Student Publications for their patience, advice and work. CREDITS SPECS DeQuincey, Thomas. Confessions of an English Opium Eater in The Great Quotations, ed. George Seldes. New York: Pocket Books, 1967. Goethe. Faust. Trans. Walter Kaufmann. New York: Doubleday and Company, Inc., 1961. Gross, Martin A. The Nostalgia Book. New Rochelle: Arlington House Inc., 1969. Heekin, Charles. " Walking From Waldo. " reprinted by permission, The Florida Quarterly. Gainesville: Storter Printing Co., Fall ed., 1971. Lodge, J. " Eyes of A Child. " from " To Our Children ' s Children. " recorded by The Moody Blues. New York: Threshold Music Ltd., 1969. Long, Luman H. The World Almanac. New York: Newspaper Enterprise Association, 1971. Previn, Dory. On My Way To Where. New York: The McCall Publishing Company, 1971. Raucher, Herman. Summer of ' 42. New York: Dell Publishing Company, 1971. Sartre, Jean-Paul. " The Flies. " New York: Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., 1945. The 1972 Yearbook of the University of Florida, sixty-second edition, was printed by the offset lithographic process by Taylor Publishing Company, Hollywood, Florida. Printed on 80 lb. double-coated enamel paper, Volume One contains 128 pages; Volume Two contains 208 pages. Portrait photographs were furnished by Stevens Studios, Bangor Maine; photography Walter Knudsen, Stevens representative. All informal pictures in the book furnished by staff photographers. Type style throughout the first 48 pages of Volume Two is Avante Garde Extra Light. The remainder of the headlines are Avante Garde Medium. Identification type is IBM font 10M. Slipcase done by S.K. Smith, Bill Snell representing. Cover design by Bonnie Phippen, free-lance artist. Press run was 1500 copies. Delivery of May 1, 1972. Cost, entire set, $7.00; $3.50 per 201 202 GALLERY 203 204 205 206 207 There, it ' s done! Beth Graves, Editor Laurie Laughlin, Managing Editor
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