University of South Florida - Aegean Yearbook (Tampa, FL)

 - Class of 1967

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In a more real sense, USF has come of age not through sheer numbers of buildings, organizations, and students, but through the spirit that has accom- plished this growth. Thzls spirit demands new and more but most of all better. The spirit of USF is students- 10,000 students growing toward 10,000 individual goals in 10,000 different ways through classes, organizations, activities, and friendships. Yet these 10,000 have one thing in common: each comes to USF to grow, each is part of the spirit of growth. Every student finds that it takes a lot of go to grow with USF. And that there's plenty to go to and after. He may take rush week hints and go Greek, for example, or for SA legislature or any of the service, sports, or honor organizations. He can go with the crowd-to a weekend dance, a game, a performance of the Bay Players or entertainers like ,lack and Sally Jenkins. Or with a few friends- to enjoy a coke and some coffee shop philosophizing, to shop in town for a mod suit or a paisley tie, to play an impromptu game of football on the dorm lawn. Or he can go alone-to the library to cram for finals or to Crescent Hill to sit and reflect on his world, himself, his guitar. This book is dedicated to all those who have come to grow with USF. 1 ' , I I l l - - N I n p . - - N ' I I I 1 - n -iff" Give? gf ,f F, . "-f ' J - " f' ' 'f.," f - 'A 1.. sf -rev ' 1 - .4 jgf .F:ggQYi ' ff 's..-- . ',i'f:l , f X '1 -"cw 'MQ gu,.,-- Yeast. an . V .wi y ., V v--....,, ' A . '42 , .4-'.giM , , 'XSO-f' Q .,..-'fg:4F4f1fjZi53ffi ' ' N- ' ..-cl-Aft f 'RW' ' , . I ' ' .. N ruxw' we . 4 'ivwwfmvgew5"g'M . 3 --. --- - ..- ..-..-an A -naw Y 'dna-el.-,Q wf:.Ae-'--.Quan " " ' 'M' ' 'N' -,.,.....-A..--.--,- t-..l,,J..,..1 .ex 1 fx-gf' ' ia- .g F. NX ,Q Q., us rf f ' N N XX' J-'Peg' 1, if i25',f4 s:1?5.' 'fix u X' X. 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Therefs IT hardly time to move into the dorms, unpack more than fits into the room, pick up the B E G I linens, and check the mailbox for the first leller from home before itgs time to keep an appointment for that mad crush called registration. Then, if any sections were still open, il's off to round up texts-to the bookstore for the less adventurous, otherwise, to the bulletin boards to look for cheap second or third handers. After a week of searching for classrooms and bemoaning oneas fate for having got him of all profs, there's time to unwind with old friends and meet new ones to the blare of an Open House dance band and the satiric lyrics of the Mitchell Trio. V 'h-"'-""'N""W"" W' I r A M mW A A nv Mu.---- AAM, MmWAW V M, fxagih I Juv -4 aw-.SI .I H f A my Ag ', , 5, 5 1 EI an 45 . I gz: 5'1, f'?7?75,f2 ' ., The go and the grow of USF is nowhere more apparent than in the Brahmans' I soccer team. 1966 State , Champions, the undefeated X10-0-lj team epitomized the spirit of the university. And that spirit was echoed by the crowds of students who came to sit on the slopes by the field and see each game. The students watched-some puzzled by an unfamiliar sport, all fascinated by skillful play and fierce competition- and they cheered. And they became aficionados of the sport that grew with USF. Q, , ""feif1w Jw- , . 'y ff f-7' -u"7',t"' f , nt J r-fm f - 7 125 , " ,M H, Q , ,W ,g,,g,,, . ,,, H, I k A, ,EMM ,I , f-, 'f V ,cfm , f ' ' :Av ' - ' -ef. , , Mg -1 f V F 'V 7 ' , f gs ' - ,, ,, - ..,.....-Y-..-Yv-M.. ,,-Y-6-.ff 3--,'. - -51, fygig .,.,- ,. g l ,,.','g,6f. 1' 'W ' J 1' e 1. J N I' 1 X x v J , r'k ?",,, ',-' ., Winer 9, Q 3. 0 A.. gf 3 . 1 N U ' ing, O . fm A Tw oh 'N' . 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I - i i l SURPRISED at the announcement that she was selected as Miss Aegean, 1967, Jill Young is overcome with emotion. 1 " - . , 1 . 4 , ,. ,QV .L " ix Miss AEGEAN social event of 4 'I the year, the annual Miss Aegean ' : Ball in November, brought to a U N G climax the tension, l .lean Bagi .I anxiety, and expecta- , EPQUSOTPC tion of many weeks of excitement. The highlight of to mversltl the ball was the moment Linda Zuro, USF's first Miss Aegean, stepped forward to pass her l title on fill Annette Young. As the new Miss Aegean, fill represents the ideal coed of South Florida. fill, a twenty-year old junior majoring in chemistry, was chosen from thirty-four entrants, each i sponsored by a campus organization. Two sets of judges, members of USF faculty and staff and prominent personalities of the Bay area, scored candidates on scholarship, personality, service, activities, and appearance after extensive individual interviews. The result? An intelligent, poised, I l a-A - attractive young woman active in the growth and Carolyn L LINQA Auro, last' year's Miss Aegean gives Jill Young, a betterment of her university-the ideal coed. SP0Y1S0red sorority sister. a big hug of congratulations. Plillhelleni 14 1' I . l - ' -of '- vw: '- -iff, -:rv-'-113.-'L flu: :less-4--::a.-iflfr--::4::-tsskw .-.,-:W ..:t.fs:f- -s...,.... ..---A-.. -. -. L Y -. --,. -.. . , , , . . - ' ' - '- - ' A V . Y -1.1 - .i s ' 2 - -15.25215-ff :"'?11-1-.1-'M fs 5411:-r-:':'.1'1-r 21111222-7a:'::::..s5'.2 ' -' i::Q:1u:.5,f-7 7-:-xr.:-J+1-2:-fisrsaa 211.511f2.,?g1:-w:.:'.gf,-2:---... . .4 . -1 :Sqn , ...-- ... :Q . ua... -- ., , -., :. 5.12,-.F -..,..g-,. , f,.-,..,,,+-43,5 ,,,,,:, ,.,,,,,.,, ,,F::gE,,,5,-I 1.53,5g,,gJa.Em.gL,5gL,:::,ig5, ,Eg 5,93 Avvirg-,.A5.::,' ,F ,V HQ, P 4 ,, Y Q 51- ' :Wg .1 ' 5 ' :iz 9114, .. :A X. X, r . 'Qi 'WWIQEF ,MSP YW 56264 CD E. KID I5 Q9 LT' CD 1-4- U3 ...wp In j!g:mWnrmu ali? '1 ig' f, ,lean Bageard Sponsored by fx- University Center I7 I flfl. 'FY -,I v fun! Carolyn Lawson . Sponsored by WI Panhellenic Council Sandra Cone Sponsored by Basketweavers Barbara Ann Molinari Sponsored by Kappa Delta ,K .nwgg .Ev . .sappy Q A 'D ,ff 'V' I f f V' D ' A . :.' A 1 1 sf 24525 . wrfw' 7 '5 f Fw x H Q , .fl ., ,Q 5: iff 55, . 1 , . f f,,--- , N ., iw. ., ru. ' In ,,, ,,, ' f '- -f as 2 ga -'.1 ,v ,,,.,,, ,, 4 .,,. ,. 50, , I ' ' ' 2 .f'4.M,,s.,-.g.1- 1- U I 4 wif? K, f ' 'xxx I ' -fu, ,L ' , , "" ' 'V sy x 'S f ,I ,.., sl li , 'U 3 :if Q l 'Z .. 4 , VL? 3 i l ,., 5 ze ,J ' g ga 95,- , , 'fi nf 'jr ..a, 2 :iv K-'24 V far, . fagyif . ii,a+, , 'D 4.l!"1E r iifi' pri' WINNERS of the 1967 Miss Aegean contest are Barbara Molinari, first runner-up, Jill Young, Miss Aegean, and Gail Reeves, second runner-up. Mary Anne Gilbert Sponsored by Alpha Tau Omega Gail Reeves Sponsored by Sigma Nu Leslie Horton lBettie Ann Huff Sponsored by Sponsored by Arete Inter Hall Residents Fran Wilson .lill Young Sponsored by Sponsored by Tri-SIS Delta Delta Delta 15 ,. t:.'iv:w-Tr:-'12.':' 2- - -1'-"7 " " " 19 I V Q: - ' " fm- "" A' .ffgfn if 1'1- L 1 1 1 . , N W 1 t l sm K1 .-W A E Then a junior majoring in English, Alice B. Crownover, CRCDWNOVER B Best Dressed Girl on campus last spring. She was chosen by a panel of student DRESSE D GI RLIM and staff members in a contest sponsored by the Uni- versity Centerjs Fashion and Talent Committee. The criteria for judging, set up by Clanwltf Magazine, included not only the wardrobe itself but also a knowledge of wardrobe selections, accessory choice, styles, make-up, and general grooming. The excitement of becoming USFS Best Dressed Girl had hardly be un to subside when g Alice received a telegram. It was from Glanwuf- And it was to inform her that she was one of the ten winners, chosen from colleges all over the country, in their Best Dressed contest. up jx Q W' xw-. sg. 4' r ' I X-ik .X ...- FORMER Miss Tampa, Carla Cloture. MISS Aegean contestant, Leslie Horton jfwyfflg in 1 lfr0Zl'f10IUy. -.If-jpyj D153 I 4f"T ff? 'I W gf M, Rlniffidfni 5,1 lhf ,. 1 ,w:rf1iUf" 1 . I 5rfZfI10N, 'V,J5i,Eg .1,..':mrU- ri ,ff yn! ., . tiff 7 mf! If .YM in ., ft2i'1f"'1"' 0 , vgllj one I 1 I M ,111 gd' FIRST runner-up, MISS Aegean, "' Barbara Ann Molinari. wif. -J-Q FBYQR31 'Q 1' -- Pdf' MIKE' 'lv' E 1 I Mfg' f , v ff!! ll i s 'l MM' 4 v l I I , H I ! , Q , o .5 Q 1 1 ' A AN ' J' f ' dv E tn, Y I-hw Eqdf' W7 l .I ,J ' 1 . "Ui Ti ?,5 f "1 M i! ' s ,gf 6 413' V ly J-" 61.41251 1111, -' V, 'AT kin. Lu z! . I I 1 Q I -4 ,' ,Z -A A :Av 4 . A li ,bv N 'uh' ' . I , ' 1 I ll 1' ami li V L ,t gg. r EM' ., ,I .. Lp, ,, - f . so g .0 A , ,, . 3,4 V . S E, rs 5 x i USF expanded its physical H plant in a continuing program of growth with a six buildings WE residence complex and three new classroom buildings in J 1966. This opened the university to many AG H new students and opened new educational facilities for the students. A total of 83,700,000 went into the construction of the five dorms and Andros Complex which opened in 1966. The Engineering, Physical Education, and the award-winning Business Administration buildings con- stituted a 5.8 million dollar expansion in educational facilities. And the growth does not end there: another 1.8 million dollars are invested in the College of Basic Studies and Education buildings under construction. Business Administration buildin 3 27 ,MMV 'QL 73,1 , MPM W X V41 "ff..g . ,A Vvv, " V I 'fix 1 ff' n the 1 packet filling on to There at, tablf last, fha un-conf- REGISTRATION iggzxsafts: the mail along with G N G a schedule of A course offerings to figure out a P schedule in advance to try for. And when the appointment date comes, the rush is ,on-down to the CTR basement for the packetg up the fire escape to- the second floor, filling out cards all the wayg into the advisors' rooms for a signature on the worksheetg on to the ballroom for the course cards. There are lines to stand in, people to curse at, tables to rework shattered schedules on, and, at last, the triumph of fifteen hours of un-conflicting classes. I r - 4 14 1 1 W 3123? 4 H SYM I I ' Xu? f. ' Z2 ,A 'I G 5 Q 2 " ' BQ a ,Lg A I 3 i , FTW I u. I 1 N 5 5 ' I K This is how they live- those who come to grow with IN USF. Life in the dorms is a magnified life of hard study, hard play, hard sleeping, and hard looks at oneself D 0 R M S and the world. t So they live big in their small rooms, rooms packed with people, books, clothes, souvenirs, music, and emotion. And they spill out of their rooms into the halls, the campus, the city as if they are about to outgrow the cubicles in which they live. 0.5 "Q 4. 1 X 1 ff .xv X 1 01" X Af ,.-.Laaiu-1 K , , I, I 7 x .ii- 1.-sv' I, k.,,x,,.- Ta 'ff if -4. v , i ,f y I nh! .ff nf. asia'-ff! , ff , f f,f ' f ff 1, , , Q57 , fi' fffpl .I , 3 5 - Li I L P ' If 4 X, rn., YM. dj f 1 5 f if , f , -f , . ,... w.,,n:j:b.,,3 ' , 2 " 4 fi f I I I , 4 f , M!! 56? - ' E I X i I 1 i 'i iqgi S , 5 t S I I Q f I 4 4 5. ,. fl 1 ll P1 ix M 5 F I X ,,ff""'4"'r Wann- 4. X.,-.- Ns... fm , , , 2 , ,, K 'ff ,f f, , - ,f , f ,I 6 47 , f wwf' ,Q rf 3 2055? OW W ' ., f Wgfmm fl H ,, Zfhygnffxw f' 3 , 5iffQg37f.w,,f,79,f5f' 4,'gf,,6 W2gff4byff!'i74 ogg' Wg-f pl, fffWC,4jf1,1,,Q,V fh 24, ',75lQ?aa4'2,g',gf2g 5 J , 4' l , 'ff fiwfv 2 4? ,Zifkfs ,zljfQ,ff2 !h.vyffZ f, ,,,f, f ff W0 57 V ffm fy? f '7.fMf,f MW! ff fff efmiifj igms' i' 4 J J, , 1 9' K, A ,A 5 V, M W, -,:, 1 ' ' '.1g.QfQ,f?4',L'315,gIg ,ifxaw l-, Tir- ,A ' , K 3 wg . 1' 2' -M Q , .. 1,1214 ., np JVM, Q 3 ' if , f 1' ,, 14- Ss if? 1 H 4' r 1 a KLM M yn .. 1 fy 5-,gg in 6315- QUQQQL, ,A -H1-'lf'-' x,A.1l.44Ln"-1 J' " " 28 L wfwf 1 5 0 'lo mx! p, . 5. 1 1 wff gun. ,VZ dv.. I 'U :?' ,- 'gxvf--sw MNQQQ 4 Q Z 4 W 4 f Z Z f Z Z Z MZ? iff 7 X f ff Z 4 1 f X2 f W 2106 3 . 'Bk ' n lllmii! X f? f my X Jf Pi" Irlllrfi V- if. . it ' . a,,,,.w fr, 'J qi yn STUDENTS came to hear and to cheer at the SAs Bullsession. The Student Association continued to grow with the expanding University. A record number of students went to the polls to elect SA officers SA and Senators in 1966. And those students were more informed about the candidates than ever before-thanks to an institution dubbed CE 5, The Bullsession, during which all candidates were able to state their qualifications and their platforms. Another institution was introduced in the 66 campaign: the party system came to USF in the form of the Students for Responsible Government. The party virtually took the election, putting John Hogue and Don Gifford in the presidency and vice-presidency and filling four of the five Senate seats. CANDIDATES solicit student support and answer their ,, if x y r '.e', MEMBERS of both camps total voting machine scores in a close election. 32 questions at the Bullsession I , ,,,. 07' ' ' ' 'Qf,Q,, t s f eff emu f , Q V, V.,, fff fffwfaf AW' X Wff Aff if . ruff' . f ' fffffwf M "V ff:'.:gzf-.ff','J!iJ, -5 ., , "fi to 'LP '- I f ' iWf17fi'fAli6'f1" 'A 'f ' 4 JEL '- t if wif t , 91.1 'i QQ QCt,7y 3 X W I I I, 7, X I V' K' 9 lf ' ,, f if j " Riff' f g ,ff,,'4 f 5 A- ' ,221 f x ,4-fa ms ' be ff lf lf ' , ' -,fi . 7' ' ' 'f"M,v ff f A , ,f . - ' I H 4 , - f, ,, ' BWW4 ' .- f f . ' . , ,J , 1 M ' .' , J' V ' A 3 l A ' ' fi! ' .ff ,f , , ,, ' ' ' f I ,Vai ' I P ' ' X' A yr, , K ' f 'fllflf f 1 f 1 x , 4 ,..A . , . ,, 6 I SRG celebrates a sweeping victory for their newly elected members. Pj. ll Fav-0 ,'. ' at ' I A ,' 'MW ,hm 1 V ll , 1 K, l NEW challenge in intellectual growth--the t College of Engineering l 'M I 41 ian? On location with tomorrow's Einstein 34 4 N mags , There are many ways to grow with V M' USF. But the primary way, the way that g, we gc ,A L., 1 . students come for before the others, 0 - '-'. 2 15272 is to grow intellectually. I And where else does one look ' IK' for intellectual growth but the university A classroom? CL That classroom comes in many forms-the mass lecture auditorium, 'U the sculpture studio, the science lab, the stage, the broadcasting studio. p And there are many teachers in that 4 I t classroom-the profs, the books, the experiments, . the fellow-students. And the classrooms, 5 "i' , the teachers, the students all exist for one reason. l That reason is to grow and to help grow. They all exist to broaden the knowledge and at jf the experience of the individual-they all exist so that life need not be a matter of mere existence, f' but a matter of living big intellectually p y as well as physically and emotionally. Because X .gc 1 1 of this, there is life in and of the y' - ' i 5 classroom. . ' Zz . .,., i ,, ' " ""j Q f ef-I , ' wr' ' ' ,fri , l' 1 t w . fl.i"?Qj: ,',- ,.'7:f!.f,1,E., 1, H- - V diem... . Z Z f V27 ', r W a , 4 ,..., i 'Q 2 ,4 ff V RECIPE for mental growth, books, sllde rule, student, and will. - ' M Zi. find t M EXPERIMENTS and experience in the SCICHCC lab aftermath. L V ,Y I ,Sr .Y ..... . - ,,, - ,g 'wr-'f-9.1, -Eg-rrtfsrvf-'--Lg-rr -1' -1-- "",' ' , . S 5 V-5.-F. .5 -., 7 Y Q- , L, X-5 Y -,YTIHL Q-.ll,.A, ,,...Y ..4, .. ,. . if l , , Q 'ig 1 WA 'Qu ,, -.pm ,,- .1 ,, , 1? v ,n f gm, g.7,J,, fa, ' .,, ff .' X 'V f :ij f. f 13,14-:pil 2 f"'n,Q: J 13 vw 4 4 INTELLECTUAL and vocal discipline-interlude. .1-.1 1- -, Qu-f.q-jg? -.wsqzvq-1-rwv'.f:'. .mr-'.L ' ' : Aidfs AQ' -.w 1 -:.,,g11, 1f'G i ' T .v '55 I-fvljf .r "' , I'-ft '31, . lf?" 1'-if J, J , if '.,f .V H "' .vi , U ,f :Z fffii f D: HJ.. 1 ., 1. .1 x ' ,. -.Q M111 N. Lfmv' . flfv h rf 1' 'Will' .vc 11. P'f?1::. lub., 'S slsi X Q'f?fEH' 'gil' , :ku mu! 3. , '..i"' " U. Q ' ' ffl , , N. ., .f'D,'1. ."fio,:E,-' T15 3 :Sigh I 2 : .l '. ', lllffllzg lf!lg5lll'l llflrlllj-Cl icy filing .a Ig ' vnigffvlf Shui 32211: 344'- ,xl. T 7-xl-Lg 1 ,H-.,,,,.,,.L . ..1. . ..,..... . l :fig , ,f, I I- . ESQ , .. A Q-.Z .M - Q E of -2 a v -I -571 'I at " 5 I E A W v-Q W8 -. f . W 0 ' I' '- G3 . lm lr 4 S P12 1 f lic ME' J gg wx 4 - M f L-'v -v. " L 1 l' 'LA' -M- ESH il nr:- Q25-3, M9 ' tiff' 125 4' ..,,. fi Q E-vi F11 fir: 565: wir-- Sh' v Pfl! " cw-. Plf 3 tif, LA. 1 'A . l 1. 5 tai 'K ov, A4 f ,.,,,,, ,,,,, . .W , ,4W.,wf,,,,,,9 111. , , , fr--M'-'m,',, ,, . 4 .J QM of ,f ,-H. ' X ' '-'f 1 1 .V .zgnf-2.S:f'4zft, ",,:f1-Qfew ' 11251112 gg-r,.y3f,,,f'.."ff'4..f , 1, 'L AN opportunity to experience cultural l growth-Teaching-Auditorium-Theatre. 36 , I I :FV I I L Y S 1 oi' ' 'N-R IJSTEN 3 THE unworkable problem, the understandmg professor -result: insight. suv--M , 'XX a.A.,e.s vsmmra A WFFFF LISTEN and learn-audio-vlsual alds. MR. ,lack Clay, director, views Cosi Fan Tutte rehearsal. RE It was a year ofthe TH I same new thing for the SA theatre department, with more opportunities for students in EW and interested in theatre N to experience the cultural growth of USF. The year brought G not only an increase in faculty and in theatre courses, but also new productions and production types. Directors in residence, internationally known personalities Miriam Goldina and Mesrop Kesdekian, enriched the theatre program. And further enrichment came in the form of Cosi Fan Tutte, the universityas first operatic production, and the experimental theatre under Mr. lack Belt. The latter program provided a showcase for student talent in acting, directing, and technical design and exposed its audiences to new plays in unusual environments. There were, of course, productions of a more conventional nature. Yet even these, as all theatrical productions, were the end products of research and experimentation. MR. Peter T .I ,efas fp , Tl t ft., swf? X NATIONQLLY acclaimed 1966 Summer Reper. tolre Festrval-Peter O'Sullivan, Maryon Moige eff A 1 l S Hefbeft 0,Dell, Jack Clay, and Russel Whaley, ch:-urman, theatre department. Q 6 l f X i WN X MR Peter O7Sul1ivan, distraught director HERBERT O'Dell, technical designer Theatre USF -966 Spring Cosi Fan Tutte The Poker Session Summer Festival C.harley's Aunt Ernest in Love Arms and the Man The Boyfriend Fall Six Characters in Search of an Author The Good Hope in her natural habitat , , -" ' '.".' fr f , fy , , ff WMM-M., ww, f . pf, 7 , ,, . A ' Q any z,2,,43y4gyg,,- f I 1.4 . Q .fv ' 7 , It 5 I 5 t , .2 ' 3 .QM H 4225 1 , L 'f COSTUMING-research, talent, patience REHEARS grows. 1 I IN Search of an Author-Brian Black and Betsy Lynch - 40 L grows. EXPERIMENTATION, analysis-to become a polished pro- duction. ,,,. rlr f - ,,,.-few REHEARSAL-tension builds as a character ---1' my 1 we ' W , ' I f ,ff , W, .,',,,q.s1. , Y . ,- - 1 2 ,V I ,ffgq V5 . ,pf 1 gy' V, 5, t ' Nj, .5 ,lllt I. ., ,, A ,- Wx ,klk g f , 1 ,A A, J", , ' ANNE Phillips receives coaching for the Summer Repertoire Festivalis Arms and the Man. J! 9- X ,f CURTAIN call-Hwhat Mad Pursuitn "B w if GOOD HOPE SUMMER Repertoire cast. Don Moyer, Lynn Parker, Don Sadler, Anne Phillips, Jerry Peeler. Q ,, 3 ,A .f A, an , ff, , f ff 22 , ,,, ' ' ' ,jg 5' P P O W 7 , fl lu. Q4 ,, THE POE IN "Mad Pursuit," Mary Ann Bentley, Claudi J , CHARLEY9 Frank Morse, Harlan Foss, Carol Tsavaria, Aliin iggiiiieiiiit S AUNT AN l filq' 42 X I glkz. ' if THE POKER SESSION THE GOOD HOPE COSI FAN TUTTE 2,.,,......,,,.,. ,f ,nm -5fv.!,..,i,,, ,M12 VVV, ,276 , Vf , ANNE Phillips and Harlan Foss in Arms and THE Good Hope with Carol Belt and Gil Hertz the Man ff','- 1 0 f 4 4 1 A , , 5 fu I 'Q ,. 3- Ckf' 1 1 I D I I 44 s I 'I ff 'Yi W M, I ment and fx depar produ fauna' irzstru new C Afld fx progra the ne as web and 11 -"9 L 1 A doubled enrollment of I C music majors at USF this AJ year reflects the M expansion of the music department-a department which G specializes in the constant improve ment of its educational opportunities to its students and the university community. To this end, the department intensified its academic efforts and its production program. The many new music majors found available to them specialists in virtually all instruments and the opportunity to study in the new Opera Workshop. And the community gained through programs by student and faculty groups including the new Choir and student String Quartet, as well as concerts by the USF Band, Orchestra, and vocal groups. 1 a 50,1 rf ., 2 7. rv. "'...u A ' 1 'JN In ffl 1 . 3 BRANDENBURG Concerto orchestra. 46 -Professor Preqdor conducts the USF if , . sf . , v s F E h, I I. K p PERCUSSION-practice and perserverance toward a perfect performance. UNIVERSITY Chorale performs under the direction of Dr. Gordon Johnson. . xx. A tap I USF Christa Church Boy 's f 5 rg 1 CE I , 1 5 ' p ' A x rf rf f Q 'C ,V 4 . We , 1. 'if .1 ,sw USF Christmas Concert with the St. ,Iohn's Episcopal Church Boy,s Choir. 1 Q 2 -ilt 5 , -1 'fi L M 4 1 "t""'? , .. f ' u in-ffm-1 Q! V .53 Pr I A z '. 'Ii ' at 5 .QN- Jw is sv fl RN J if A J A 4 F 42" ,412 ..4 ' I I I I ,J l V! I f , ARTISTIC growth-the construction of a college painting. F 'lb- c rf. i f, it it , -,f ' ' K ' . fl'-'3 " .,, 4 ,iffy ,f l I 'fi 1: 1 , . IN the tabaret-the tools to build an art work. 'H-2 1 ' V a 1 U ' W'-bar fo xi. P lqtr I 4, I men! three grapl fagllll Jepllf cours fgcilif advan nude' the su USF 1 and Cf and th i ig' 3 l ,4- , ,S .. t ik . ' fi nr- Y " K "' 41' sig' w I - . M--Q k A b N V W d Sm ' 'I K .-4 - V c AND then the finished product 4-8 5 I 1 lV1'iLri3en.jl:13sAlill2ZlZ-eoin .Zuglio h A HIGH ZffSd'2'g'1ff,flgf k Y 'I 6 . . . d DEGREE Zigllflfffsciaiacllfiihc OF GROWTH sf the e art- ment throughout this year. The addilion of three new rooms, for sculpture, graphics, and ceramics, and of a new faculty member enabled the department to offer such new courses as lithography. And these new facilities and courses were taken advantage of by a record number of students. The result was the successful participation by both USF students and faculty in art exhibits and competitions at the university and throughout the state. f A Q, ,f .V rf, ' f gg, . xg .2 I -C5 l f- ,.1f.Qxa,:t-. ,. s in class. -1' QL . 1 f 1 -V J- ,, 1 1, J ' , L f ' I A 1 NJ X lex ? SALLY Jenkins: Let me entertain you. JACK Espinosa, MC. Homecoming 566. 50 i J 1 4 THE Mk III jazz trio, Spring Soiree, 1966. M, 'f , f 1 I 4, 7 f i 5 4473 'T' i Y 7,,M,g,, A, 4, , . 145 ' vffwifwf , I ,f ,' QW f yffvggw " 9 ' , f fax? wvfwf , fy," V Hi yo, f,,,,, 3- ' f V , r 05222 'M 1 7, Yu.. I v ' C.,f'f,, ., XXL' , JIM Fair speaks for the Political Union. JfC,,c!, ff f,, ' W , C A M P U S USF students had the oppor- G U E S tunity this year to attend an unprecedented number of quality concerts by popular and classical artists and lectures and forums featuring nationally known personalities. The University Center's Soundsations presented Strunz and Sullivan, classical and flamenco guitarists, and Jack and Sally Jenkins. The University Center also brought the versatile David, della Rosa and Brooks to Spring Soiree and pop-folk satirists the Mitchell Trio to Fall Open House. The H ighwaymen and the Charlie Byrd Trio entertained students during H omec.oming '66, The fine arts department's artist series brought to campus such noted vocalists as Askel Schiotz and Shirley Verrett and instrumentalists Leonard Rose and Claudio Arrau. Bill Mauldin, cartoonist, and artist fosef Albers were among the noted speakers in the depart- ment's lecture series. And such political notables as I im Fair and gubernatorial candidates Claude Kirk and Robert King High spoke to student groups and rallies. ' ,ff 5547? 1 , ,,, aff' ,,.,'f , , Z 4, E ...f-fd' ?""w. 4, POPULAR ., ...pf :yet V! ..,,, ,...... .ff songst ers Jack and Sally Jenklns A,,, f - 3,715 -115,7 hc L' 1 uf mmf 773 : I 'U 1 X gy , Wjyyy, X ih- SE 4 CHARLIE Byrd, Homecoming ,66. STEEL Katz entertain at a pool party. - 4 A: ut I V 1 f 441 11' 4 he' -F L7 Q- s r 1 ir K Q f , L nf' " W an I ik. 1' f - S wr U , H t 1' ' fx -, - 5 51 -A H ,- tr 1 ,ffsgf f' 3 4 ' 4--uf. Jr 'f mg J, N' ' ,.,, , . . ,. -'-1,.,,. ,s.-- . , I ..... Q.,-,,-11 . Tu, 1 fig, V "i7.,.Ji... . Y- -... aff. I is a -- , L I I 1 4 l l BILL Denton, Tim Phillips, Barry Sims-1932, first place in the professional category. The University Center music committee's S I N G fifth annual Folk Sing Contest was one l O of the most popular events on campus this year. And why not? For what else but folic music expresses the College students' ' intense spirit of change? And what else reflects the phenomenon of growth experienced by every student at South Florida over the past year? It is all there, through its rhythms and its lyrics-the joy and the sorrow, the humor and the pathos, L l 1 l L 1 l 1 1 w 1 4 l l X i r l and through it all the intensity o li e. Folk music and the folk idiom, more than any other mode of expression, mirror the quality of growth in the new generation-the new perspective. MASTER of ceremonies Rick Norgossi l TRI Delta's "About Four," second place non-professional. 52 f f BOB Fish: professions .1 MISSY Rez - or e ,. M I rf 1. 'il' BOB Flsher flrst place non THE New Culpeppers Consolldated Corn professlonal Crushln Juggers If l MISSY Belsito X! nl""i""' FOLK singer 54 Barry Sims, on guitar, entertains. FOCUS on folk-courtesy of St. Petersburg's Beaux Arts. I TIM Phillips and Bill Denton with their own brand of folk. 0 . 17 and Ia", Ballr00m 5ef126 ol Way of flle obviously' been PFW was U deel of the 6967 Con and Ill! 5pA make UP fl L ET Toll Em, W The University Center Music Committee CO provided summer students with an old-new program, the H 0 Way Out Coffee House. With a few tables covered with checkered cloths, a little candlelight, some wine- bottle candleholders, the best in folk music and jazz, and a lot of hard work, committee members transformed the CTR Ballroom into an espresso palace. And they added even more atmosphere by dressing "beat', to serve espresso to their patrons. This kind of atmosphere and the traditional folk entertainment were the old elements of the Way Out Coffee House. The newness of the coffee house was most obviously the fact that no such program had ever been presented at USF. But there was a deeper kind of newness-the newness of the ever-growing program of the ' Music Committee and the entire University Center and the spirit of the students who- make up the Center. TOM Eure, campus favorite. JAZZ piano, W-G plus 3 ENTERTAINERS played to an engrossed audience More than one thousand F students, faculty, staff members, and NI their children participated in the University Center's Family Night this year. The entire Center and the energy of all committee members was turned over to the children of the university community for that October night. Under the direction of the Hospitality Committee, festivities began with a family dinner in the carnival atmosphere. Following the dinner, there were many exciting activities to take in-everything from the games of skill and "chance" in the dance committeels carnival game room to the cartoons offered by the movies committee. There were booths for fortune telling, golf cart and hay rides, rides on the elevator-carousel, complete with brass rings, even a Lost Clown Corner for wayward children. And after taking in all there was to see and do, the children gathered for the costume parade and judging. Then, still slurping on their sno-cones, they were off to the most exciting event yet: the culmination of a fascinating evening for the "children of all ages" was an outdoor performance by the renowned Sarasota Sailor Circus. Such was Family Night '66- a fabulous night dedicated to yet another kind of growth at USF. WQMW E' 4 z f Q 455' jf MUSIC Committee members award prizes for the best costumes. ALEX Relna of Sp6C1a1 events commlttee chauf- feurs and clowns for the children. 56 , Gnd Us 1' ' llllg fuel, 'I vet ' Pri -is i I. best QQ Y 0tv",..a , A I rv xl jf :AL 'Aka ,A f 4 if-, I P 1 'L' A, s ,f 'H W 4- - fr ,",' if 4 f N, , -f - 1 f ' K' in li' it 4 A o ft rj' ' V fw A ' '1 ef -s :ff ', " ff "' .3gjIiff,Q41,7ig7 'N WJ A 3' -of 3 fi 117, 5 f 5, .4 A 3 ww 1-:M f if 1,1 V. lg 1 ,v,?i'u1l:ua,uH. . , 4 fi ,I , , , , J' , If? Mixpnh A .4 ,, A ., sq' f' 1 4612. 5552 iv, 1. as l ? ft fffv - fa'- v, ,W ff? fgisvy 4476, 21 f , , , . Q, Ja ' 5-nj , .169 A? A. ., . JM , L 52 6 ' 7 ,B K W ,I : n , s vw - . 'H 45 as 'M' 'ft ' 'ff l 3 VVQ Ii, ,," g - 1 XZ. ,g""' ' " 5,4 ,AV, if X 5 Z V Q! ,,., fy ii, V. ' t ,I , Q I. ' 5 f 'fr ': at J ,Q - p , ua fi. fi-W '..' fx '-f ff f' e- 1 ft' 1. 1' "1"'t'5" , . 4, ,,. , cg., ,ie V r .. '55 ,i t .swf 4473?-eil 4' if viii! if ,' f ' fir f, , ,f . H '-', , , V ' ' 'Z 5 ue HAY ride around Crescent Hill with personnel committee. GYPSY Melba Jenkins, fashion and talent committee, has a fascinating fortune for this little devil. l w 57 'W i L 7 , W l M . Q P +4 . " X W. A1 J I ,fn 1,15-ei,h 2 5 .,g A L' 's I I gi -44-X ...fag 'N-I c Crea fm! of fl bike But A Cree Nine natiz and And. 1512111 gollet ana' I ' vi" --, gi?-'I A ,554 rfifx-'fu "' ,Myer e im in rf " :ri - ' '1ff1f5t:e'iff KAPPA Deltas cheer their team on in the Greek Week bicycle races. r Q B 5 .L , '. ,hh .V mf W, yngg ri, wi A A Yami! V '14 'A F,- ,, 1 ,,ep.:,,,f ??f,f.3,Z ggawg , A A ,JA c, ! Vu, page ,mm www W X I A V . 'nr ,923 ' ' 5 . . ,- 1. ,J Sk Q QCA!! .5 , aj'jjy4,j ' ,,-59' -Q ,g,i,,,,,v'L E-Nigga Q -'i lfwy , .' Q W sa -awp Y 5-,, 5 I '1 75252 fag .A 7? 1? V: if-125 ,43'fi'5?2 4 wg fm ew' , --ff P f 57 ' ' T 1755 . lla..-f li, V! 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Besides their usual busy schedules including rush, service projects, athletics, and parties, there was, of course, Greek Week. It was a week of Greek Uni- fication packed with its own brand of frolic-the chariot race, the skits, the bike race, the Greek Sing, the dance. But the really big word among the Greeks this year was "nationalizationf' Nine fraternities and three sororities went national with yet another fraternity and two more sororities now petitioning. And, symbolizing the kind of growth witnessed in every aspect of college life at USF, two new sororities and two fraternities organized in '66. iX!. rsh-mt I as .X1 , a , s, X2 tiakwi so TRI Sis satirizes other Greeks in their skit. HAMMING it up with ATO, Talos colony. S I 5 I 1 SIGMA Nu, Cratos colony, presents George Naze and Sam Nuccio in "Blunder-Bustf' for the Greek skit. . V f 60 VM FF WPA Heh U I 4 THE AQ! USF personalities get spoofed by Tri Delta. KAPPA Delta tells a fairy tale. r" X Q" 5: :i,' , lvl 57 D X.. , H LOS Antiquos and Dr. '4Knocky" Parker entertain at the Christmas Dinner. UNIVERSITY Center director Mr. Duane Lake helps hang staff 1.1 STUDENTS enjoy a delicious Christmas buffet. 62 stockings. i I C C COMMITTEE members help decorate the Center. I 1 dc C1 1171 zht Fi SP tlw tht HS An C0 De the ant c1101 MIST Chfigh 5 ctor staff 4-'Q L- K Christmas comes early to the D E C campus, but not without real spirit: students go all out to celebrate. TH E The season brings much activity- S the decorations, the dances, the H A LL delicious dinner. The decorating began this year with the University Center's Christmas Decorating Party, during which committee members trimmed the Center with the traditional tree, the nativity scene, the F ishbowl's stained glass windows. And the fever spread to the dorms, where residents decked the halls with homemade decorations that captured the true spirit of the season. There was also the "Snow Ballf' the annual Christmas semi- formal. And, of course, the big night, the UC Program Council and I nter-H all Residence C.ouncil's Deck the Halls program, featuring a buffet dinner, the tree lighting ceremony, carols on the hill, and an open house for students to view the dormitories. MISTLETOE-UC committee members get the Christmas spirit. THE annual Christmas dinner offers quite a spread USF' 64 Q '7 s own Santa Claus, "Knocky,7 Parker. SANTA Spreads good Cheer, fl , JE 5 BETA Hali- at C 3' - .ZX CHRISTMAS on Crescent Hill-the traditional songs of the season. 1 ' N f I ' 1 BETA Hall .JE'5 bmp -R 5 . ' 1 i I 1 3 1 I l , , 'uh i ff l .1 UNIVERSITY Chapel Fellowship, the newest religious center building on campus. I p - - VA. If . . ' V - lim ' - qQTf,!iV,',flIy'fF1' I '-.tn . - dig ,A-.vg , 'I 'I "i'f-1-in ,. f Silver? 2,2 "fr . I. .4 ' 5: .'.-1.- .-in ' M V, A .' ' an 1. gp. - l , . W-.. ,,x::5.m.Zuf"" "ff Nj' K3 'f.!" f fig "Ishii 'v rfw-rr A X- Y, "4-r1,,:,L ':- .' ,sy W 'ZH f "1 . '- -, 1' - 'sift' - . '7'V' I-511 Pgilkalfliiilllz--rJf..'3 .J BAPTIST Student Union, one of four union buildings now on campus. 66 .X . 5 L fix 1? ry- if Q43 if f ' Q, fm, ,,,,.,, ,Z 4 STUDENT Vestry offers' fellowship l at an informal luncheon. I . I .f - 09? ,frvi A ff' l' lf"',-4 V . I 'un A 'T 5 L STUDEY the Episco 4 A fi f " 1. nv' , fvvn' .iz-5 S i 1 A vship , A' f ew 'A" ' " STUDENT-faculty s u p p e r at the Episcopal Center SPIRITUAL The me campus religious GR centers provided stimulation for the spiritual growth of students this year through services, socials, study programs, and speakers. Working together in the University Religious Council, they promoted the use of the centers' facilities by presenting programs geared to the students of a growing and ever-changing world-the Spring Spectacular Folk Service, the summer jazz service, the seminar on sex, and speakers including the originator of the "God Is Dead" theology, Dr. Thomas f. Altizer. And not only did they help grow, but they also grew themselves in the form of the newly opened University Chapel Fellowship and the Catholic Student Union now under construction. ,Xl fyxyxlif' 123222 mgxgs 332 ist! 32313 llxfilli A1213 Q, 2f'3m!r1! AFTERMATH of the tornado's 600 mile an hour winds. 68 A The gray quiet A , of what began as A any other day at USF was suddenly shattered as a killer tornado ripped through the north end of the campus, leaving behind it destruction and darkness. Members of the campus community found themselves stranded in buildings without lights, on streets' littered with debris, in the remains of homes. Released from classes, students busied themselves unscrambling tangles of cars in stricken parking lots, helping their friends salvage belongings from demolished homes, and viewing the damage on campus -the smashed construction shacks, the crumpled roof of Epsilon, the tangle of steel on the Andros construction site, the rubble that once was art under the toppled sunscreen-wall in the fine arts- humanities building. Such was April 4, 1966. 1 7 5 4 l I I 1 ZIEMAINS-a has-been construction shack rests ga1f1St One of the many trees uprooted by the twister. ' 1 4 1 4 V I I f GIRLS in up the rai hole in th order to tl GIRLS in Epsilon spent the day mopplng DAMAGE to their equipment made clean-up even up the rains that came through this huge harder for Physical Plant. hole in the roof. I STUDENTS turnecl out to see and to help restore order to the chaotic campus cond1t1ons. p f 2, I THE Go-Mads, one of the most popular campus bands 70 OPEN House dance, fall, 1966. SWING out! STUDENTS dance to the sounds of the Velvets at the open house street dance. f -f SPIRIT of a street dance ,ffl i There is a go spirit in USF students to match the TH E grow spirit of the university. It is a spirit that is everywhere, but nowhere as concen- trated, as keen, S as acute as at the campus dances with their gyrating crowds and their loud, pulsating music. It may be any weekend anywhere on campus-the Ballroom, the Argos lounge, the new gym, the street- and if there is music, there are students to dance to it. A dance means a time to relax, a time to let go, a time to forget the pressures inherent in university life. It is a hectic way to relax for students who play as hard as they work. It is yet another statement of the "live big" philosophy-the go and the grow- of the student '66. It is the swing out spirit of campus dances. BAD Boys supply the beat at the Sadie Hawkins Dance. 'L N- N O E' Illia I Y' Q 01,1 if Q 5,5 .1 Ii , 2' as QM90 x' W ce 'ff 0 4. A K x Q' , lpx J' X Q :Q ggxvx O K W xo ' 0 Q 5 -A C9 'Da .lf STUDENTS unwind with the wild sound 72 'J' q,X f 5- S. E 5 6 LIVELY and loud-catchwords of the Bad Boys. 5 UNIVER. are the m 1 92 UNIVERSITY Center dance c0mm1ttee's Weekend dances are the most frequented act1v1t1es of the year. CO-ED catches the swing out spirit of the big beat. fi .pg 'll Q-.a if i ,L 1 . M Y' mgfng , L , 614 N n A f ' 'H - 72211 UAH-,P HC' Q' ':. 1,-ran, 'Tl- .zftlff 9+ fig, -J . '45,-, vp.: df C ra. '17-W f, ,2 1-'Y 11 I 73 -bbc nuiidwvv-vnvv-.V f, V pliwrlnffr f, .2 A . , 'Y .,.h 'Wi ,. : 54: Lfgifsekif? "D I a tl A At USF it was a very good year. It was a good year for D wearing your hair long and dressing in the Carnaby Street YE fashions-mod prints and mini-skirts, textured stockings and slacksuits. And it was a good year for reading Capote's In Cold Blood and the new campus paper, The Oracle. For listening to records by "The Mamas and the Papas" and by Senator Everett Dirksen. And for seeing movies like Virginia Woolf and Doctor Zliivago. It was a good year for debating the issues-LSD, the draft, Vietnam, the Red Guard, Manchestefs Death of a President, the Kirk-High gubernatorial campaign. And for mourning the passing of the trimester system and the passing of the Wild Boar. Yes, at USF it was a very good year- a good year to learn, to love, to live- a good year to grow. if A45 W . X X wax 3 ,fy fVi:',l, -wma . " ' ffkfwwwfvwff , f AQLQQM ' f 1: .ff-4ffWw4vMwWf1'wfffWAHV ' ,, , A f x 'JK gi an 'I ,iz 1',, rl l 141, ,,lC.13fQ , I -,JA rj z , O .401 .43 ' V ' , - . -. f t I 'gl 0 A ,1 I ark" 1'1f"' '-nf ,Do I iffy, iyf: ini! 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THE TKE brahman oversees the rallying students at the bonfire, Homecoming '66. 81 P t . . Au Jean Bageard James Barrett Lynne Borus Bob Carpenter a r1c1a en . Lettie Doughty Joanne Hansell .l0hI1 Harper M-'3fShH Hoffman Barry HOPPCT Carolyn Kirby Joan Lindsey Carol Richbourg Claude Scales Dave Seafles s Robert Trebes Walter Truitt Margaret Turney Ronald Watson C C Fran Wilson Jam' Lore Dan Jill l CI' Q , I BS fl James Coppens Larry Cranor "Ye-M-nr Q Loretta Jacobs Barbara Kalman David Shobe Jill Young Robert Starks NOT PI C T U RED Gay Ferrara Donald Grotegut John Hogue Carolyn McFarland 9 This year for the first time USF HO students were selected to be included in WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS HO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. Thirty-one students were chosen by a committee of students, faculty, and administrators from those nominated by the university's various academic and activities councils. Members selected represented South Florida on the basis of scholarship, citizenship, participation and leadership in academic and extracurricular activities, and general promise of future usefulness to business and society. And, in recognition of their outstanding performance and promise, each received a certificate of achievement from WHO'S W H0 as well as the advantage of placement services maintained by the organization. ALLEN, PATRICIA: Sociology major, recording secretary Tri Delta, member of athenaeum, honors convocation. BAGEARD, JEAN: President of UC program council, member of SA executive board, planning board of Spring Spectacular, FIA. BARRETT, JAMES: Management major. BORUS, LYNNE: Education major, Gold Key, SFEA. CARPENTER, BOB: Psychology major, president Sigma Nu colony, member IFC, committee chairman of UC, USF's President's Scholastic Achievement Award. COPPENS, JAMES: Management major. CRANOR, LARRY: Political science major, vice-president and treasurer of IFC, Sigma Nu colony, homecoming committee. DOUGHTY, LETTIE: Sociology major, president of Gold Key. FERRARA, GAY: Political science major, President Athenaeum. GROTEGUT, DONALD: Management major. HANSELL, JOAN: Education major, Phi Theta Kappa, SFEA, Elk's scholarship. HAIEPER, JOHN: Psychology major, president Student Association, notas. HOFFMAN, MARSHA: Social science major, Kappa Delta, Athena- eum, resident assistant. HOGUE, JOHN: Vice-president and president Student Association, rush chairman IFC, Arete. HOPPER, BARRY: Music major, president of Ripieno, Concert Band, Symphony Orchestra and Studio Band. JACOBS, LORETTA: Education major, Delta Delta Delta, SFEA. KALMAN, BARBARA: Education major, Gold Key, Delta Chi Delta and AM Library Assistant. KIRBY, CAROLYN: Basic studies major, Kappa Delta, UC per- sonnel committee. LINDSEY, JOAN: Basic studies major, S.A., Panhellenic repre- sentative, Kappa Delta. McFARLAND, CAROLYN: Education major, Gold Key, SFEA. RICQIIBEOXURG, CAROL: Education major, honors convocation, SCALES, CLAUDE: Political science, S.A., member of Student Affairs Committee. SEARLES, DAVID: Finance major, President Enotas, secretary of finance S.A., resident assistant. SHOBE, DAVID: Pre-law major, Treasurer of Enotas, cabinet sec- retary of S.A., resident assistant. STARKS, ROBERT: Industrial management and economics major, business administration club, Sigma Nu colony. TREBES, ROBERT: Political science major. TRUI'I'I', WALTER: Industrial management major. TURNEY, MARGARET: Music-education, Aegean staff, Tri SIS, S.A. representative. WATSON, RONALD: Accounting major, Senior Accounting Organization. WILSON, FRAN: Spanish major, president Tri-SIS, UC commit- tees, representative, senator, S.A., chairman external affairs, athenaeum. YOUNG, JILL: Chemistry major, resident assistant, Gold Key, homecoming committee, Miss Aegean, Delta, Delta, Delta. 83 if ,X ,, fp sw ff' , .1 "mv .-.J ,Hif- ' 'if' , ' ' "P 'gif if ,-f . f A Q l M. QQ H Q , X , -1 'wg .W , ' 4 . Stu!" f 7V79'4ji fn ,Ah W ' 5 1 ' ,ff 5 1 ,W "Eff ' W7 ww' '-ii? 4 I ug fw- .,.. , .1 4 I M M,- WWW!! .,' I s ' if 'Q L X 'sf ff ' Q' " 1 ' 'f nv ff W 4 , Q, ,, m. ,,.., , 'W ,ppii 'an ,M wwf WW 1 1 ww ,ti N V' .41 7 y . 'MA " -X V..-W . f 'M "sf '-w K, 2- President John S. Allen 86 THE PAPERS OF eovrnuou Lfnov coluus l -. FORMER Gov. Collins resents his papers to P Pres. Allen to be kept in the library Administration USF's President Dr. John S. Allen received his bachelor's degree in mathematics from Earlham College, Richmond, Ind., his masteris degree for work in astronomy from the University of Minnesota, and his Ph.D. degree from New York University. He also holds an honorary LL.D. degree from Earlham College and an honorary Sc.D. degree from the University of Tampa. Prior to his appointment as USF President in 1957, Dr. Allen served as vice president, acting president, and executive vice president of the University of Florida. He was director of the Division of Higher Education of New York State and served as a member of the faculty of Colgate University. Dr. Allen has written several books, bulletins and more than 75 articles in professional journals. .INS EVERY year Dr. and Mrs. Allen Uive a reception to th papers to faculty members and their wives b C :ived I., iomy and 5. he as rsity fork ik 97" I ffwfwzwugq , f. . ' an-L'f1"f i' 'ffjjy ff, 'Y' Z- Ju' f f ' ,A ,fy A , . I ff X . . Af, fm PRESIDENT Allen presents a citation for outstanding GOVERNOR Haydon Burns, 1964-1966. service to the Tampa Times-Tampa Tribune for service to the community ' 87 BID- Z-f Heniy M Robertson, advising 0 i .,,"' 'L lffvvkzl . . V f ' - p ,. f x , N A T KL' 3 - is . S .. n X ' . . 1 . . Th X ' ' at . Zfj ' , ' L Dean Edwin P. Martin Basic Studies The college of basic studies forms the core of formal education at USF. The college organized to supply the fundamentals for all the colleges, has requirements on the upper and lower levels. The lower level is comprised of all the requirements needed to enter the upper division. These courses are in seven major areas. The upper level is made up of four junior level courses. The college offered this year, in cooperation with the humanities department, a grad- uate program leading to a degree in humanities especially designed 88 to be taught on the junior college level. The assistants play an im- portant role, not only in helping the ,university with needed addi- tional teaching staff, but also in the development of a richer basis on which the university is fostered. With the new quarter system soon to arrive, additional faculty mem- bers are expected. Not only will the college depend on the grad- uate assistant program, but also on the new faculty members to handle the large increase in student population. Donald C. Rose, functional mathematics ,k Thomas A. Rich, behavioral science uf! ,L ,... 1 -, ,M--ww ,, . ,,WWm.M,,,,-My Z 6 Edward Caldwell, evaluation services f f Jw- l DX vp s 1 5 Q57 --as H. Christian Kiefer, humanities X. Jack H. Robinson, physical science 90 James D. Ray, biological science Charle functif 'Q l H Charles N. Micarelli, functional foreign languag Robert A. Warner, American idea r . V trauma ii? '15 'ii' My aff! P .U HM. 4. ...,.f"" Business Administration The newest structure on our campus is the business administration building. The College has programs to offer not only the USF stu- dents but the business com- munity of Tampa and the surrounding area. The Col- lege presently offers an advanced degree only in Business Administration, but plans are in the making for graduate programs in eco- nomics, finance, manage- ment, marketing and ac- counting. The College of Business Administration can boast of one of the largest increases in graduate stu- dents, growing from 40 to 200 in less than three years. Dean Robert S. Cline Richard E. Pasternak, 92 economics and finance 5 '13 V 1. . Q 5 f Q l, V , MMV WMV' -W rf! Ernest li. 1 Rohm mana . e 1 Q , 1 1, 4 3' 1 Ernest E Mlller Kenneth W Davey, coordmator of 3dV1S1l1g, econom1cs if 17 4 ff 1 f X 1' x f ff if 1 N X c f K M , W, , Mem P Wie' 4 'Em 1 ?.fff,ff5 ff:-iffy? Wbdg, ' N V , ! Robert W Morell Lows C Jurgensen, zxaffl- Dean jean A, Battle Robert L. Shannon, 2 1 p .... Charles C. Mani-cer, Jr., assistant dean. instruction and research 94- director, division of laboratory progr Education The College of Education is one of the oldest established colleges on this campus. The college is now in the process of building a new structure that will house the Dean, faculty, classrooms, a 200 seat auditorium, and an instructional materials center. The college offers a center for the study of exceptional children and adults, and is presently engaged in the development of a research and development program in this area. The college now offers an advanced degree program leading to the Master of Arts degree in elementary education, in most secondary and K-12 areas, and for junior college teachers. The masteris degree program now offered will be expanded in the near future to other areas of education, and there are long range plans for a doctor's degree program in some areas. li3t'lI1O am development anim! . J, up , . . fli'.-i s fff-"wi, ,f wt X-kj , J: 74 4 1 -.,1, .1 2:31 X i EFL 1 -QQ Stl. 1 E 2 William P Danenburv . D, R3Ym0Ud A- Ufbanekv assistant dean, administration assistant dean, advising and certification sw i , ,,,, , Z :'fi is Qlsf , ss Sag gy, x 1 5 ef" , 5 , . ,V Fi' ,V ,V , 1745. Y 1 Y 12,4 v, , ,f I f"ff7?7f,mg' I f-'f mf f f' wa 9' 2' ffl!" f ' ,, f,.-M, 7 f ,, , ,,,A V ,1 ' 1 X n w fy!! 6'ff.'.n.f',zf7'3f , . , V L4 ,-uw -'fjglf , 1 fa ,,,f' f Z t7s , V M 1 1 Q , in 95 -Jw ff .P" Sidney J. French, Douglas E. Stone, dean emeritus, continuing education research . , ,,,u,c l, ' ,fl V E I, , . V 47:Z .?1f..Ti. :,hk M ' ' lilizllli .: A. :AKQ ,. ,r. ,, I 0 A Y l 1' ' 'U t , ,. ,,, , . .,,, .4.,fe'. : : , u u,e is D, 7" , 4 -- 2 '." S 5 l: " U ',,, Q , " 5 ' 'f W' - -' ' 4:9,YfIQ5ffZli29lfiii- 1,2 ' 9 9 V ' K . :?f,f2:Z"9'-'?4f' Q' 3 5 fi U 9 2' ' - g':,j,f1' -S5555I7-::l9f':'I1:'!,ff 0 ' 1 -V ' ' .4'..f .47. -' '- 2 r, - F 535355127,VZe:1zs?f'5fEE2 X V. , Z! ,Q - if 'W V' " N X , ' , ,f', fffiff-d ,' 1' r r u,uiuiu i'u r rs. Samuel D. Miller, music education Leadore D. DuBois curriculum and instruction 7 96 f if ? Lester W director 1 ' . ,I ,I lr.. 5 - -N1 r ' . xx Ellfrw v '..' s Chfislial 800131 ft K., xx l 1 i"x 4,g,Mm4,4.,,w,,, ,,,, , w,W -My Z1 Lester W. Tuttle, director of foundations and related areas ' Cl 5E?fkHf1'3Q, Q CMM l v Donovan R. Lichtenberg, Christian E. Anderson, social foundations mathematics Dean Edgar W. Kopp 98 Engineering Now that the college of engineering has moved into its new facilities, the students here will be able to take full d . a vantage of the series of courses offered by this college. The professional program now includes a ten-trimester plan for obtaining a Master of Science in Engineering. The college also offers a non-thesis post baccalaureate program in the Tampa B . ay area leading to a Master of Engineering degree, with emphasis on I . eectrical or administration aspects. This program is carried with the University of Florida, primarily to benefit industrially employed engineers. All programs are helping th d e stu ents meet the demands that will be placed on tomor on in cooperation row's engineers. Merle R. Donaldson John F re-eng J v John F. Twigg, pre-engineering Linus A. Scott, energy conversion systems Robert J. Wimmert, industrial systems ,e, ..,x,.f. ,Mm - qqvsn-.. .M-X. it . X , w 1 ,,..,v, fi .. -41, sq- ' , w, fsiifi X, V. .f.,5,. ,, x, Nr 4 '1 2-. ss, ws "P X 1? RN Q L, ns 2 , , H ,N be 1 1 A X Pa Bw . ms ff' 5 " A eq ' S- fl i. w bf A K ,O Q . .W Q, A2 B, 'f -fm fix ,za -- M1 .. ,, S, Q " ggi, e X ,- ' QQ i . bg? 'A ,.. v 5-sb f- R- ,fin 1' X 1 'x M 1 3 4 si .1 if ' A ,,, K ., W Q W A., . ' 1 P' Q fi fffflri :ji Sie 'gl in .Rirr-S1-V 'bs g.'f,x'.q :Ar ' si Q' 5 1 R14 'HTZQ4 It ' ' - A www, ilwmaui John E. Griffith, structures, materials, and fluid systems 99 Liberal Arts ,f,y. ,fi Easy' S ,kg ts ff' 3 .4 ' Dean Russell M. Cooper 100 Ss Z' Ev Z Gale L. Sperry, music I 7 my ,W yi M X i 1 Fine Arts The division of Fine Arts has had a busy year. An art auction, just ini- tiated, of student and faculty works, the proceeds of which go into a scholarship fund, brought in 353200. The Opera Workshop went into full production with the presentation of Mozart's Cosi Fan Tutti, and the Bay Players mounted a production for the Children's Theatre Guild of Fort Myers. Fourteen student art works were exhibited at the Florida State Fair, and the number of faculty and students with the Tampa Philharmonic Orchestra now totals 27. That this department will be just as busy next year is testified to by plans for a new building behind the theatre to house dance, opera, and theatre players. f , f W 2 ly v if V! 6 1 fi f , f 1 W f? M! 5 y ' W fa ff 1 X 1 'Chiang f A 'IXQ f A Y I V, ,,, Z Gordon A. Johnson, choral program Fine Art Alvah A. Beecher, director 102 . gig, s f K f V 1 .Zig-fz-lsfwfprwc?1m21n,zfiW:-25' .,.,4:fr ,A 1,--me .941 vnwff - vm. 79 I rw K 45 f ,M r W ' I f I W Qlgl if v . 7-. t lf 1 Russell G. Whaley, theatre arts Harrison W. Covington, art 103 M-0-'-""' I 2 , ik? ay 3 , 1' 52, 4: 5 f 'il 9 Y , 5' ,v ,5 , , , 2 A . f f9'f 52,4 lrving Deer, Associate Dean and Director Language - Literature The Language-Literature Department activities this year included the formation of the English Club and the presentation of another successful Poetry Festival. The English Club holds programs with such interesting topics as uWords Against Art" and the Poetry Festival in March featured Robert Wallace and Archibald Macleish. The speech department has been busy with the productions HEndgamen by Samuel Beckett and "Orestes" by Euripides. English professors who have had work published this year include Professors lorio, Moore, and Davis. James A. Parrish, English James A. Gould, Philosophy 104' 4 James E. Popovich Speech v 105 ' w 4 1 i A F v E . I I, Q 'I' , 7 1 Arthur M. Sanderson, Edwin S. Yates, director journalism general manager, ORACLE Albert M. Gessman, classics and linguistics 106 Guy Fc is gi astrolo inl 2126 a P hard a6 esiabl GUY .Formal ,lerome D. Krivanek, PhY51CS zoology Natural Science Z E . The department of Natural Science I is growing at a rapid rate. lt now offers . 5 it Q G' Y a master's degree in astronomy and 5 astrology, and hopes to initiate a Ph.D. degree in marine biology. It has placed on order a 26" reflecting telescope, and has received a 3780,000 grant from the department of Health, Education, and Welfare toward a science center building. Professors in the department have been hard at work this year, Dean T. A. Ashford having served as a- UNESCO specialist advising the Syrian government on the establishment of a college, and Dr. John C. Briggs having given an invited paper at the International Oceanographic Theodore A. Ashford, Congress in Moscow. associate dean and director gr .. 107 A-. 'T F , rf ggi? gf! , Li ' 1.6 f ii fl f' k , Robert W. Long, TOP: botany and bacteriology Heinrich K. Eichhorn -von Wurmb astonomy 7 TOP : OCEHIIQ N .- .7 3'."'Ef:"YE5ff: A " ' 'fy 'Q ,.,. X ,,-2 - -Q-vm " -.,g::..::'v Kyiv '0 QW J X w f xy 3 x S Y' 6 Q N x 6 x X Q .f ,Q-.-,:ya,:- .W.-:ax.,:wssw- -' .mr , ,-4-sm,-6-1156 Q:--'i w' ...-5-'m:eSfaf:5:'f-.'. -- ' : 16- 1.-f-f-ff 2: 112' , 115: '- f " '-':1.1-',:1:'2-2 - V' ' 1 " WEEE' -.':?3,1f'21j.fj?g,"'::-' ',.:513Q'15: w ., f H I . 24 151:5,:'I1:.:':::f:u . ': - , f V ' , u . ,-.5 :V , 'la Jax' ,ff QW Y -1.x TOP: John C. Bri s Wendell J. Ragan, TOP: P. Calvin Maybury, John E. Kelloy, oceanography gg 7 geology chemistry mathemaucs 109 A W x 'H' My ia Wi l l I l .Q V l l l l Alfonzo Gonzalez, geography l w I u l I u 'x l l y Robert A. Goldstein, history 4 i 4 I Henry Winthrop, interdisciplinary social sciences I 5 E 110 'i JK ' , , ' ,-Q. - I-55 . 5515. ?'?lf'1 ' 521 William Bruce Cameron, oge . r Associate Dean an ocial ciences The division of Social Sciences offers this year for the first time a graduate program leading to a master's degree in Psychology and Sociology. Dean Cameron said that with the plans for the new social science building completed, the undergraduate and graduate programs will be expanded to cope with the heavy influx of new students in the coming years. Along with this new masteris de- gree program, the Social Science division offers this year for the first time an international studies program headed by Dr. Mark Orr. This program is designed for over- seas studies in the social sciences. This division also has a new pro- gram in graduate assistants. They are placed in the Psychology de- partment with emphasis leading to an advance degree in psychology. if K .1 .y - - '13 ' ...Ki fi 735 EES E35 Am pol Roger T. Grange, Paul R GIVCHS anthropology psychology Anne E. Kelley political science Eugene L. Roberts, assistant registrar Registrar The growth in the number of students here can best be seen by the Registrar's Office. Here is the connection between the outside world and the university world. lVlr. Frank Spain explained that the office tries to stand between the institutional philosophy of the university, and the every- day practice. The expansion in this office can be summed up in the two terms "volume" and uvarietyf, With the tremendous jump in enrollment of freshmen and transfer students, and the larger variety of new programs and expanding graduate study, the job of admitting and main- taining records for all these individuals has grown to new proportions. The office itself is being enlarged and new staff members have been added. Throughout this period of rapid growth, the Registrar's Office maintains its policy of detailed permanent accuracy. 1 . Q N554 K 1 ,, f 1 ', f ,.', f 1.4 ' 4 f .. I ff 1 .f V I I . if t Kx.. V! f ,i!ff,,,!.h,n,,l4 Vf 3 . nhifqf' Frank H. Spain, GFWEH' registrar ' director 55.3 , or 4 1 ii ' X 4, 'K l ,- 3 " " 5124 "5 lf SS 4 I 4 f f af Q' f f fc 1,41 7 , f gi . X if ryii s, W". if fbi' ,. 22 f . 'W ' N 'gg t . T, , .,., , A 2 an . . w "W"'f " '-ww., u ,i , 1, W 14 pw M X 5 ,,,,,, , , ,ai J I. ,W W" L.sL.g,, ,,... . ..,,, 112 James E. Lucas, , assistant registrar N Howard L. Sinsley, coordinator, admissions Cooperative Geor e H. Miller, , ' g Education director T l l X . i t 3 f f ,J ..'..' af, pf42Qff,"!Zff'f5 , f' ""' 3 f yf' f 2 ,. ' X f""' t 2' E 4 4' ' , 6 7 2 il In ff 4 4'1" K - f ' -A ,Z -. , ,, , ,,., , ,,,,, A V 2' f I ' ,xv ,.L, ,,.?.7- z-V, 4. W, fvgg, n al., - 2 m I .elk -lvv 2 3.1. V4 O it ,L Lf V : 2 ,, f 'V . f ,V 4 f f 1 f Q7 ,X AVAA - y . t ,,., , if l , I . , t ' K a ' fp r .l l i ffy "5 '7 ,Q, ',', , ., f f fyiyg f l z A..,, f ar . r r a t s :,Q,. 7 ffry ,VWVIXV ' A 4 'LG , - ,.., X Jiffy? Ve! ' . I ' f,,y,fW"f "Q , ' , f AA 1 . ' ' ...r f Designed to meet the needs of working students and provide valuable on-the-job training, the Co- operative Education program combines work and study in an alternating pattern. According to Director ' tl 275-300 Miller, the program now has approxima ey students placed in this program. Job placements are throughout all sections of the United States. Students ma 'oin after their freshman year, and will then Y J alternate work and study periods until the senior year, which is full-time study. 'Q ,,,, 'I 3 113 X V l I l i H w rl 7, I X ! , Q ',f,, ff Dean Elliot Hardaway William L. Stewart, Jr., 1 instructional services acting acquisitions librarian 1 i VL! ' 4 l U' , A 4 1 E la - . l , gi l ll 5 f'?iz1- fi 5 I ! A g 1 , A Claudia J. Carter, 1 1 serials librarian y l 3 1 114 1 , v l -4 Library With the recent campus expansions, the library 'is now close to the geographiwl center of the campus. Serving its students with resources of 3,000 journals and an approximate total of 150,000 volumes expected by April, the library is also the academic center of the campus. Approximately 100,000 pe0plC gravitate to the library per month, and around 20,000 volumes are circulated in one month. According to Elliot Hardaway, dean Of instructional services, USF is hoping for H research library in the not-too-distant future- The library, as is the rest of South Florida, is vitally concerned with growth: l 1 l l lt 1 . , 1 lf Lv. , , l.i'j'i"XN -, r ,id llr tx. :J it-,VN ' 1 :fri 'Q I . 1, ' - - ltr' 'ff I . i 4 fi YP 'Q Xu: L x 2 A W ff lt ly ,XXX ln' XX rltilafiw ' ri ' 1'- l 'lltililtll 2 'im " an X 'S llrllwil 0 E Dennis E. Robison, acting reference librarian Margaret L. Chapman, l special collections librarian Mary Lou Barker, catalog librarian Harris W. Dean, Dean Academic Affairs Alfred H. Lawton, Assistant Dean 116 ..., a. ff.. .. . Academic Affairs The Dean of Academic Affairs reports directly to the President and is his representative in charge of the academic activities of the University. These include the five colleges, the registrargs office, continuing education, sponsored research and cooperative education. He presides over the Senate Council and represents academic affairs on the executive committee. ethe on, f .-,,, z-M -u N mix", ' .X,'z X 'Vi x 4,5 .S L if O Q' 'i William H. Taft, Director, sponsored research Richard J. Brightwell, Director, continuing education fi Adnnnlstratlvc AHWHITS Robert L Dennard- Dean Jack A. Chambers, Assistant Dean kd? - Joseph Gomez, internal control 118 I ' 3 4 Ward Hancock, procurement Clyde I Assistan V Mx any W ww' Andrew C. Rogers, business manager Q 5 Clyde B. Hlll, Assistant Dean Richard D. Hunter, Director of development I E A P 119 ' -.4nl...f 5 -,,.f,.. r.-f--ge 7----3wfw - a-P'- Robert E. Richmond, finance and accounting T. Wayne Keene, planning and analysis Wall- 1 John J. Bushell, data processing 120 fi DCHI1 He A offi Ufieutat healtl reel 1 Dean 1 The h They S011 C andm from 1 Dean Herbert J. Wunderlich A few of the varied jobs of the office of Student Affairs are the orientation of all new students, student health, activities, disciplinary action, recreation, and student publications. In this area are the offices of the Dean of Women and the Dean of Men. These offices are concerned with helping all students on campus. They also offer personal counseling and advice to fraternities and sororities. This office is continually concerned with the social skills and emotional maturity students gain from participating in extra-curricular activities. tudent Affairs Margaret B. Fisher, dean of women Charles Wildy, dean of men , .......,,.,...,. -N- Q iwfivy, he l f""'5n .V , , Linda E. Erickson, assistant dean of women Kermit J. Silverwood, financial aids i wt I we 'N QQ, 9 1 ,fy-ms, " . 'awe wyxwii, Q.. . A in f- , me 'tif fx U-Xia wth: 'Rr f v, igv,-QAM , ja., ir' - 'C S A 1213. -.Nf3'- -:ff-9 'X , ""f.:v -jg'-,.Ay,,4, .wf'.f,g.,f"5B- f ' Ng- - 1 ', Arm . 1- 5'-... iq pg- ., 4 ' ,Ay ' K5 , i 765:35 ,,,. wwf. 'Q X'Qf,g.s7 1.fc+?r'- . X M . wa,-fgnpw' "" 'A-79?-ii VT f' . "M ' Vifif 111-'v k 545532-'ff5':4 'E . , 5. .V T- ' i' '. ',15.Q:59::i -e -, A i iw' -,A -1 RaYm0nd C- King, housing Edmund E. Allen, developmental center 122 Duane E. Lake, University center director Donald D. Brusca, Robert L. Egolf, yA physicians Phyllis P. Marshall, Richard T- Bows, Student organizations physical education 123 Y N.-.11.q.m...,. ..,.,v , -, . ,. , , , .v ., .. .M .- .... . f 'Q ,J Edward M. Bodler, supervisor, graphics Educational Resources The division of Educational Resources is established under the Dean of Instructional Services. Several of the departments incorporated into this division are photography, graphics, which does posters and lettering, as well as producing a variety of teaching aids, a film library with films available on request to instructors, and an instructional materials center which includes a curriculum library, a collection of audio-visual aids, and a preview area for staff and faculty to view materials. WUSF Channel 16, and WUSF FM radio station also operate under this division. fo, aff Kenneth D. Stanton production coordinator Gerhard C. Eichholz, director r .Tx A J 5 l 3 ai- Richard C Steck, broadcasting coordmator MQ'-""' Sara M. Howell, administrative assistant x 'f X X ff ,' ' f, ,fffyycyf fi , , ff, ,'f,ff'fy 0ffW'f 7 ' ,ww , ,7,vff44fWff7c fy' f hw ,f,w,yfZWMffWf, Wiffff 4? X f 'fm ,ww f 902' 4 f ff fffify 'ff f Z X wi, 7, f ff! ff,,,4f ww , ,f X f nf A Wellington E. Estey, supervisor, audio recording John W. Ralle, chief engineer 'S fpgilf I FW? ,., '-in V M Margaret G. Gardner, librarian, instructional materials 125 r f, V-, ..,,,r,., YV my 3 fi ' fa, ' as U , Jerry D. Kirkpatrick, news coordinator Information Services The office of Information Services is composed of three main divisions: news bureau, publicity office, and general public relations department. The news bureau serves as the official university source for news releases to local and state news media. The publicity office supervises all publications put out by the university except student publications and instructional materials. The public relations department coordinates public relations between the university and the community. William D. Deibler, director 1 I t I- ' U' L ! .1 .f ,ru K fg:i1'::34 1 " ft" Co-eds at inspect thf W. r,,,. V .fx -md "1 I Ba Campus Qs, ." 3 . .. Q ' I . 2 X K. , X N X .X F57 'X bk Y 3 Y- 1 - , 5 A ' is 5 W X 5 Q - Z, iiiQ'.?'.' .3 V- 'iifii 'if-F ,X malsgf k'??4f?f'wf.L','?utiv1wffw 'fl Q- ' - " " ' SKEfv'Cii:'.2'1s.m. swigglf 4,'ywgf5"J ,gubxiefl iv'J,Pv,,Rv,5's 5 sw , . rs, , eu., ,N .. f,'x4-Qszeiu wn xviwfv ff ' Y if 'Q ,pf wh,-4-1' Q, v'g.,1, 'aff mf-,1 fs.. - g W Sap, ssfffw agen' 52.1.-Q mania: :s-5:17,-,'?is Co-eds at Bay Campus inspect their new home weekend at home Students are able to enjoy Bay campus leaves 1tS life near Bayboro Harbol mark for posterlty Ba Campus g . 1' 17 ,., x. "':5Qr: Th. Y ff A "1 s. ' 1 Q 'rg fx X A S l 51 Adrian Cherry, foreign languages fi' nl , , , 'rw ,f atm! gb 'RQ' ":.'.l.,l:Q:..',lL,..LG-,.".E'1 'I n 5 4 '- x ' '1- , . TNI il' v. H 'v1,., i, ., , - ....,:t, ..,,:. g , . x":- my ' V -'wr Tim Reilly, basic studies coordinator 128 4 i J USF's Bay Campus for freshmen students is located in the old Maritime Service Training Station on Bayboro Harbor in St. Petersburg. This campus is growing and expanding into one of the major parts of USF. Their academic program is essentially that of the College of Basic Studies on the Tampa campus. They are now in the process of establishing a permanent institute for graduate students, and have also added new courses in marine biology, marine geology, and chemical oceanography. Osborne L. Gomez, extension library , ,.,, , .,,,1,r - ,P . prvp r 4 Agfa. I ",' ffl " 7 XM! W 0 f I 5- 2,549 1 5' -ff -.'f fyli' iff' X z ,aaa f-Q,. ari r T ff' T "'.f ' ff' 'if 'nf' 1 I-. 'P ' ,Wf --f " S '70 ,f f I - FE' 13 fit af -. rli' ,,'rlr l g ,ry., , ., 4V"i L 1 rr, 'Mi l'7Q :gf ,t,r T ,,,. up Q 1 as a A ,I at T Q24 y a Pg., Q 'f r-"'s ' My - 1 if ' -- 'C il' is U 7 fi nag, M MZQQM, f, , , ,r,. . .,tp Q is r a Marjorie Carter, Q English fun c 31'll01 li rH1CZ, Y P Carlton N . Ha rt, functional math Q -'rs h n.x, i ,. .wh Herman J. Brames, center administrator .xr .QF 1.--I 1...- ' Q' n I ,fi .vfigggg -, aim X 129 17" ' A xgfff, ,W ar" 'im , .- A ,, K W , . 1, .54 , W ' ff? "id -J , K ffrw q? l ' Avila ' V'V ,. .1 f" j C12 . . ' , , we .5 W.. 9 L , . - . Q AL f .' A ,Z A, v ff' mlm W M I MI. ' ' .. - gpr i, A-.N l Q ' pu , 1 w fn QM- ,M ,N 1 pf.- k,"'W+k,f.4 Lf -fn-.. Ben Brown , 1 Rick Brown - , ,,., W: E-:J-,I . ,rt . 7 "1 ' J 1 f f Frank Caldwell X CG f f ff A f 2 f f f X M f 4 , f I Z if ff , A , -,ff I t ,, ,, X f f A ,W ,,.,, i , , .,,,.g. ,., .,,.., nw. fc: H ' -1 :Q ,.,, I . A V.,,igr,:1,,, , A V f f 55' X X 3, Q9 V f X 1, 4 4 V I 9 f f 1 K f 47 ff f 1164 Bob Calvert Wffywf Vt i' 3 , . , , ,ff .- Q:-ga: ,f fV:gV:, Henry Clayton I 'f' Bob Ca'pE"m 5, ' " ' sf Y sf .iz 'wr-fly "r Larry Cranor - , : rw' ,MW A 1 Dale Chrxstensen -A D Manuel Diner in -ff, " 'f':fZ'f3g . f'1'1-5513293 ,,- ' fi ,inf 17 "" , V . g T4 , , WM. yu , , V , 4-, 9 K.-af- ' , ,, 15' - ' My .1 ":5'?:F ,- .,-,env '65 1 :L-KZMCIV. '7 X :ZI:'1: ,mfr-Qizriif 5. :Ir-i.5'f3??3'f.5 . 5 if 1' "" " ""' 2 ' V . L - Q Vfz'--cm im m a 5Z7fiVz'--.V1 -,: .- fi.-1-Z.. V '. Mike Frcy T 'Ffz f sfff " HV' f ' fi-1: 2' V' 797 -.' Dwight Hale ,, f V Q '. fri? ., 'ff - V . 4' ' , -1g.Vq:ff'.gg- , ' AE'-1-,VL :I . . .iw ', 'I'-:f LE: c' ' , ,ff QC.-:if ffgjgififl 'SEE X27 ,..,,, Bill Kalbas gm., 7 E, Y f Z Rick Neuman ' ' " ' X ' ' . - 'M , V 2 I ji I ' if ,V ' -25 f 1 ? ' ' . 'ff 31:-,ff 252 335'?" ' J22' -' ff' V , tw at-ay,-:,. T""l""'1I: if-1,.. V. Jim O'Connor X ' '11 Steve Rissman -i2Ef745Efl! V- V 'f L-235322 ".1fQV.'f' 'if , ,. -W ,.,,,.,i'. " ' lil-Ev , - ' ' -,L 7 5' M 1. ,f f-'..V:' , ,' 1 ff r- V V "4 'Y , Y, 59. 43 M 2 ,pw Zyl -' 1 wt 2 if""" Eigffgiii. . -FM' 1-- " 1? 1 I . .,,, . -"' rr'-igagsufp - 1, , PQ 54-1 fiiziivi-:iz-,. , GQZJQW N ,V Swwm-:rar - f . '- ,gp 4 ' me V ' v...f- ..,. , ., .. Dave Sfaflfs L Bob Starkey ' ,V " V' l r 1 V 'V -J., 'mf-,f,1 , g.v4V .,: V,,.,,3::, - My 71 - -V ' , f W W .... . , -V , 1.40 1-14-z',.,-w ,y .,Vff,.4V, ,.-.,1.-.-4,1 .f Vvwm' Y. - J f- 'a 5 ., ',.-gf, , -zfJv.Ed..,:zz ' ,5:tz:!-1-I 'fx Ken Vagts Don Walker .,,,r,, W' 9 Xt ALPHA Tau Omega presents their skit which is part of the IFC sponsored Creek Week. 132 ' 'VWVVZHVJ-,-Zfzf. 'f.1-2-t., V :Six X , ,. Q, V xt Q 'Nr' 4, ,.,, f A i 1 g.V'ff11.pf-,, - , Hx,-'Z -. X1 lygsf , ' ' ' 1 1 V fgeyx' qw- " , ,..- VA,, , I, IFC n are FI' SECOT and Fr 1 Q Year W many I E ----.,.., 0 3' K gf. I 7-'JZ - ja " ,v . . " f W ,I 'Mn R :Z WML? I 1 , 1 24 V L , ' 5 4, f W K Z , t E 4 'Z ,H C i f ,,: ,, 4 "1 1, a ,f fs. V E . 1 X Q f ' ,, . X . 'V 'X A 'V in 1 5 rh HQAJ6' ' ,yxm 1 .. ...W , ,, , f 1 g vf 7 7 i ii, nf: ,--, -1 'ff 4 X 1' ., 37 in , . , U, , ,f ,, IFC members looking at plans for Greek Week are FRONT ROW: Rick Brown, Larry Cranor. SECOND ROW: Frank Caldwell, Dwight Hale, and Fred Slagle. fm,3pfm,mw4mw. u 3 Z , 4 b M3 ,Wg f 1 1 M, ., cm Z ONE of the main activities of IFC this past year was nationalization. Cratos was one .of many locals to affiliate with a national fraternity. lnterfraternit Council The lnterfraternity Council entered into its third year of activity this year. Functioning under the purpose of coordinating all activities of the social fraternities at USF, IFC is composed of the president and IFC representative from each fraternity. The nationalization procedures of Spring, 1966, were culminated by the affiliation of local fraternities with national fraternities on September 16, 1966. Among the regular IFC sponsored activities are the annual Greek Week, a time of inter-fraternal and University community fellowship, and the trimesterly- scheduled fraternity rush. Special projects this year have included freshman orientation and support of the Florida Sheriff's Boys, Ranch. ARETE wins the folksing contest sponsored by the IFC. v I l 4 ! 1 1 3' 3 , v ' ,vo 4 - 6 1 9- X I 0 A , Y M ,LIL , Marsha Beach l p ' W . ' ,Ai-g1,J-A"" ' Rose Marie Call ., E , .-,. . .,. VV Sandra Goins .Y 1?f4f"'fQ"' ' I 5 ' V 1, Schatzi Hint0r! ' 3. 6. t 1 3 xr 1' , Q , .ll l '35-4' if' P, - . .-A I , A,,,,,,,,,e - gfflfu p fi, rev" r 1 3 A l -1. x l Leslie Horton 3 K W ' A -l L ' D, Lynnette Kelly , ' . eng. 1, E pi., Carolyn Lawson ' 'gpg-,v l . Joan Lindsey ' "Q - 'rn., L' R5 ' 'Ayr' .ee -vkA, ngfjrf ,. - -ne--' V fe -. e e ,,.z "" " "" Jane Mahone e ' . A 4 -. 'JY W I' , 'Q ,EQ A N Liz Outten lar' X1 1 ' If-V ' e- fig' Chris Sawyer ' , Y ,Ig V ' Carol Smith I I ' I . A if 5 Rx Q w 64 2 2 lg ' ' ' V :A v . f ' "' lf ' -N.: ,. A vxr X, ,, -, Q A , 1 71, V? -K5 bl 5 gg V , ,, e z ,Q , ggi, 3 'A 'e " r fi i ' J 'fjefg Q. - I A-A 'A .LA-A ,- 1-eff" "' " Fe--if . , , 'H' Sylvia Spain A ""h, rw' I' ' ' , 'i I V "'f V ' J Linda Sullivan ff Z. L' "5. I: , ii ' f " ' A , F , Y Paulette Szabo N -, ' e if ,3n'ff5 , 1 Q' f, ' 5 ,A l j ? Margaret Turney , l f ' ' " 1 F V "' 1 f' ' ,, ' A TT 7 n - f' V e 5 6 L: V I I Je' .Sn qi -S v 5, fi' f X l 25 '. 'f ' .,g',Af ' Nr' 1 -f , . Us X Q, Wi-ALI! 2-v wg-f.,21f'f-1:11 CAROL Smith, president of Panhellenic, listens to comments on new plans for f' ' sorority rush. .pb .X . 6-, GIRLS have many forms to fill out in preparation LESLIE Horton questions Whether rush for SOIOMY fush- should be held before the beginning of the trimester. 134. K, . ellenic, is for I rush of the .1 T I i Panhellenic Council The Panhellenic Council, sponsored by Mrs. Phyllis Marshall, is considered the "melting pot" for USF sororities. It is composed of 22 members, representing six sororities and is headed by Carol Smith, President, ,lanis Bell, vice-president, Carolyn Lawson, secretaryg and Liz Outten, treasurer. Panhellenic, along with IFC, sponsors the annual Greek Week, during which the sororities and fraternities participate in a sing, and skits. It also sponsors sorority rush, which is highlighted by a tea. Each spring, at this annual banquet, Panhellenic awards a silver punch bowl to the sorority with the highest grade point average for the previous term, and a silver tray to the pledge class with the highest grade point average. BEFORE sorority rush actually starts, Panhellenic gives a tea to acquaint girls with the different sororities. I 1 1 'E ' . '. ' l X - -7'f"'.lw,mw fi wmnwor - 'rf f'g55??Q J -W T 1 2 r F f 1 -Q-' if 'SJ' x l' in l , x I 9, in ft 1 Q f v A W 753 'A' R ,, V Q lfA1 , T r p e 2 e f A v - X S - lv ' ,, .30 41' - - -- GCP . va y . ' F' 4 Pi , e Q r W - I A I A 1 . .,,., ... i an ,J Q- l ' 3 .4"ln'+ x, T at I 1 A 6 X , Q r V--w-yrfv .W - ,, -ja 51.4 f , , ,,r .Q fn.. ef M , , V 4 I z1,:.1,,, --. 1 f .3 fr "f '1 3 fag5i' lfm ' aa 2 ,m" In 'W JL! 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"""' ' Don Amadcn Robert Anderson Tom Brown Ivan Burroughs Terry Chapman .lim Chapo Richard Chappell Bob Claussen Dave Crawford Larry Daniels Phil Davis Russell Dickinson Gene Dressler .lim Edwards Joe Ellis Mike Garcia .lim Gates Danny Griffith Charles Heath Sandy Herrick Larry Hilker Charles Hodges Richard Hoerbclt Nate Holton .lohn Jeffries Phil Kaner Bill Krechowski Sonny LaMonda Charles LaMontc Jeff Levines Norman Mansour Frank Marlin Charles Marshburn Mikc Malxagan John McEwen David McMullen Steve Moreland Barry Mowat Danny Ochenrider Ed O'Nc-al Vinccnt Osborne Bob Polli Richard Putnam Cosmo Re Don Richards Paul Rook Danny Santucci Don Schneider David Schutt Frank Shore George Sinn Wayne Smith David Sturgill Bill Thompson Eugene Turner Bob Van Buskirk Stanley Walsh Frank Walthcr Ted Weeks Al Weiss Rick Wilkins Ronald Young Herbert Zimmerman AW 0CtOl3 ll is 5 vice-P? P resp lr footba ENJOY perspecti SPOOF ofthe G 53' .ft Alpha Tau Omega Alpha Tau Omega colonized Talos fraternity on October 31, 1966, stressing its goals of building men of scholarship, fellowship, and character. The brotherhood consisting of 55 members, is sponsored by Mr. Cosmo Re, and headed by Larry Hilker, president, Terry Chapman, vice-president, Don Schneider and Dan Ochenrider, secretaries, and Dave Crawford, treasurer. Service projects for the year included participation in a spaghetti dinner for the Sheriffis Boys' Ranch, and a visit to the tuberculosis hospital for the orphans with respiratory diseases. ATO,s social calendar is highlighted by pledge parties, a pledge-brother football game, and the ATO initiation banquet. ENJOYING the informal atmosphere, brothers talk to perspective rushees. BROTHERS enjoyed entertaining boys from the Sheriff's Boys' Ranch at a spaghetti dinner. SELLING tickets to the spaghetti dinner was one of many service projects in which ATO participated. SPOOFING other fraternities was part of the enjoyment of the Greek skit. f-'fy DURING rush, the brothers get a chance to show the many awards which they have accumulated. 137 ww-n,...,a4 'A A, 1? l'f1f,, 'Val' Kiwi N i 4 w 1 1 l 1 l F l I I i 3 I 4 1 1 i I 1 z 5 ENTERTAINMENT was show for the rushees. f , 5 , , V' in order, as the sisters put on a a ,,. . iz Delta Delta Delta Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Robert A. Foster, Delta Delta Delta sorority was established at USF in the Fall, 1966 and has a membership of 68, an increase of 32 since last year. The sorority colors are silver, blue and gold, and the open motto emphasizes "Let us steadfastly love one another." Tri Delta is an extremely active sorority on campus and through the year has been busy participating in intramurals and planning service projects such as the adoption of a Vietnamese village, and the awarding of a scholarship to a worthy USF student. This year competition in intramurals netted the sorority second place in volleyball and third place in track and field. Tri Delta's social calendar was highlighted by Parent's Weekend, Fun and Fancy Weekend, and the Founderis Day Tea. The sorority's ' claim to fame included: "Miss Aegean," 1966 Hill Youngl, 'clVliss Tampa" fPeggy lVlcGrathj, and one of the nation's ten best dressed college girls sponsored by Glamour Magazine fAlice Crownoverj. Sisters of Tri Delta represent the sorority in Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, and in Cold Key Honor Society. The sorority also was awarded first place in the Greek Sing held in conjunction with Greek Week in the Spring of 1966. It , D' ,.:x,. RUSH ' f d th f 1 d . is otlir an e new p e ges are requested by the SKITS are Part of the Program during Sorority rush. sisters to ma e a pyramid. 138 I .SV W0 E se, als third 'lar V. ancy fs v . and ie ' I Vfj, L r115l'l- 0 1 Kristy Alvarez Cheryl Anthony Susan Banks Donna Bcagles Janis Bell Nancy Bonnet Patricia Bowers Terri Campbell Sherry Coby Alice Crownover Grace Daniele Karen Daniels Pam Dymnek Daphne Evans Pat Fallon Pam Fee Gloria Garrett Kathleen Georgius Charlotte Gibbs Andra Gregory Holly Gwinn Becky Hagler Marcia Haslett Bonnie Herman Mary Hill Kay Holloway Lucille Hudson Donna Johnson Tcrry Johnstone Pam Jones Diane Kellam Lynnette Kelly Diane Kulas Joyce Kumnick Pam Ledbetter Karen Lefton Joyce Marks Dulcie McAlister Peggy McGrath Jayne Mclnvale Lisa Moody Elesa Nelson Karcn Nichols Carol Oditz Gwen Provenzano Lynn Provenzano Shelley Purvis Pam Ripple Jean Roberts Michele Romano Jane Ropulewis Sherry Sears Carol Shepherd Toni Spoto Kathy Stafford Nancy Start Paulette Szabo Terri Taylor Donna Ur Dania Valenti Jane Wilkes Joan Williamson Jill Young . 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' 4 JV l , ' 139 Un, I U., "0np,, loco Tracy Anderson Leah Bailey Evelyn Barcliard Edie Baker Marcia Beach Jayne Dallcnbach Janice Dudney Pam Duke Sheila Fresc Karen Hadsock Cayl Hardcman Schatzi Hinton Gail Hudgins Susan Hugueley .-lbbyc Krassncr Penni Kutzcr Katie Lucas Jane Mahone Barb Nagle Judi Perry Nancy Porter Barbara Portfolio Linda Pulin Margaret Rocks Diana Rixey Judy Schwartz .lvannctlc Stone Linda Thornton Honor Troese Barbara Turai Carol Watson Fran Yavers B 7, . - -. - .1 .. . , . Q , 'P D ' .- ' fi, ,,. 'o',L" lt' Q! "' i ,- . Q V fgf. 1 , z. f ,J ,A I, I V " ' ff' V . . F V W- at V A-1? i s., Z' AV ' EV. , 3 ' ' - f V I"TT""fv" yf 14. f- . ,- T V 'Q nh... :Q , J, J 1 . ,, Vw., IVAIVW 114' ,-7 ff Y. 1 " 'ww 1 , r . ' 1 rf X l il, , 1 ' J- , 1 Q V f U A. IAIAA KQV?" " ' I v Q 1 , " Q , ur - i 3' ' f . ' Q, 7'7'ff77!7!fL 7 jf W' 5.,'..zz:o1, mga- SISTERS enjoy singing folk songs in the dorms. -X U ' i f ' ' fix if Q . 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V1 '01 V V ' I Lf' ., 1, Jr. ff Vf , V fm, V 'f "' .pl fj,?gIZ4W: N' nw 544, 'rf -1 W QV, ., fr ,Y f X .V if Wx, , V Q1 . ff, by f ra g,ag9Q?47Vf' V VQ W - V 'MW f,-an ., .5 VQ f, ,,7.,..,a,,..- 65 , , W " ' .- Q2 ,,.Qz'f' fa as X' ff f Lf I., yay, ffff Delta Phi Alpha Delta Phi Alpha, selecting the daisy as its flower, and navy and yellow as its colors, is sorority on campus-established in the Fall, 1966. Nonetheless, this does not hamper their active and enthusiastic participation, on a show at the tuberculosis hospital, helping with the Board of Regents survey, and taking part in intramural sports. Spring events include the Faculty Dinner and a pledge party at Chinsegut. Officers are Jane Mahone, president, Diana Rixey, vice-president, Katie Lucas, secretary, Judi Perry, treasurer, and representing "The Daisies" in the Panhellenic Council are ,lane Mahone, Marcia Beach and Schatzi Hinton. 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Delta Zetais magazine is The Lamp of Delta Zeta. This sorority won first place for Creek skits in 1966 and for Tri l, 1965, had the pledge class and sisters with highest grade point ratio. Carolyn Lawson, was a finalist in this year's Miss Aegean Contest. SAN U f IN. Barbara Abel Kay Adams Judy Baker Elaine Benton Mary Burdette Rose Marie Cali Nancy Carrier Karen Casey Cathy Cody Cindy Conrad .lolee Cooper Mar Ann Cusmano Y Paulette Damm Donna Demmo Kathy Doetsch Pat Donahoe Felice Emerman Harriet Fuller Sandy Goins Roz Hall Karen Hawkins Gwyn Hilburn Doris Hutchinson Karen Hurley Michele lrmiter Sharon Kaslner Diane Kurek Frances Lala .loan Lathum Carolyn Lawson Susan McClure Shelia Michials Doris Miller Eleanore Osborne Vivian Piniella Cheryl Purcell Diane Sallet Nadine Schmidt Mary Lou Schwappach Rhea Spence Sandy Sroka Ann Sullivan Linda Sullivan Maria Traina Pat Talty Cynthia Vigo Susan Villareal Janet Young E S POKING fun at the University, Delta Zeta won first place in the Greek skits. ' 141 .1"t?"'l9""0Q' 'V' ' 'i A A A- -ff ' L ,ii V ? sf' "' .I 2 ..- , , ' 'ff Mi , "' I F V KI it H 7' " 4: f We ': -af 33' A V 1 3 -4- V 1 - 1 'am 55 .' 5 1 5- tif' , , tiff? , H K s . M' .' sv f A .f ., ', N ' WE it 142 '1 V. 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John Bear Pete Belstrom Pat Benz Steve Berger Rick Brown Bucky Buckmaster Rick Catlin Dennis College Steve Coney John Cooper Bill Corneilus Dinkum Crowe Mike Curtin Jim Daniels Jeff Dickerson Ron Duryea Bob Ellis Charles Erhman John Fantone Craig Featherman Ray Fleming Pete Flis Kurt Frahn Bob Gadsden Luke Geoffrion Pete Griffith - Jesus Garcia David Hale Dennis Hale John Harper Charles Humble Dick James John Paul Jones Rell Lackland Mike Lackman Bill Lamkin Rich Lane Rod Lindsey Curtis Loftin Dave Maile Rick Metcalf Bob Miller Richard Moore Mike Minardi Kirby Moncrief Jim Montgomery Richard Moore Pete Mullen Pat Patrick Ed Phillips Larry Pritchard Rick Pulliam John Ragan Rob Roberson Vin Rossi Ron Sacino Dave Searles Larry Scott Mike Stewart Bob Stricklin Mile Talbert Bruce Tillcy Larry Turner Phil Walker Jeff S. Weil Jeff T. Weil Frank Winkles .. ' X v Il B was ol brff' Dal? inclul mt impl6E leag E Rel" Cancel 3 I af- J, ' .X "X - .rs ,V . Vox w FMS Played GREE lJl'0lhQ1 A 1 Enotas Receiving its charter in 1961, Enotas fraternity was one ofthe first fraternities founded at USF. The brotherhood consists of 86 members headed by Dave Searles, president, Rick Catlin, vice-president, Dennis Hale and Pete Belstrum, secretaries, and Ed Phillips, treasurer. Service projects included the clean-up campus campaign, and the money making auction for the USF Foundation. The intramural record of Enotas is indeed impressive. In five years, it has won the fraternity league championship from 1961 through 1966 and three of five intramural championships. Enotas's social calendar included the Buccaneer Revelry, the Boat Party, and Enotas Weekend. Concerning nationalization, Enotas hopes to receive a charter from Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity at the SAE national convention in June. i 1' r"' V " I "N 1 SN. V' I r -1 M, - f mx, Q., ' K ,- , r VV , ,, .vvhw , , V f fr, X FANS cheer at the Enotas-Arete football game played during Homecoming. 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V QW, . - 2 ' , H Wgfwffafw A y V ,, - -1 -Va-,,,,.4 ff- ..., M-........... - SITTING in a tub of Water is all part of musical tubs and Greek Week. 143 bed- Jrity lp to the Kappa Delta The Delta Eta chapter of Kappa Delta Sorority was established at USF in the Fall, 1966, with Mrs. Ann Abbott as advisor. Kappa Delta has 51 members headed by Leslie Horton, president, Judy Garcia and Karen Little, vice-presidents, Anne Beery, recording secretary, Carolyn E. Kirby, corresponding secretary, Loie Perez treasurer, and Chris Sawyer and Carol McCoy, Panhellenic representatives. Founded October 23, 1897, Kappa Delta, whose colors are olive green and pearl white, sell KD Christmas seals for the benefit of crippled children as an annual service project. Social activities include KD Kapers and a Christmas Party in the fall, the spring brings the White Rose Ball, a camp-out, and informal parties. 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Joe Angermelr John Askew Rick Bachman Herb Bell Steve Bereov Gene Berkey .lim Bradley Ken Brooks Richard Cameron Jerry Cheatham Stu Clovis Ward Cook Fred Cumbic Larry Dew George Dheerc Gene Eddy Norm Elder Don Fischer Casey Flug Woody Garcia Jim Griffin Nelson Horne Jim Hoyle Tom lsherwood Ernie Jenkins John Kellogg Richard King Ed Kish Bob Laubach Stu Lawrence Bob Lee Ted Littlewood Marty Martin Norm McCord Mike McKenna Jim McLaughlin Mr. Murphy Osborne Andy Petruska Allan Pope Buddy Pritclrard Ralph Ruso Chuch Schafstall Stove Scrivc-ner Jim Sheppard Chuck Slot! Allen Souza Tom Tankersley Gary Tegancamp Chuck Tonkin Tim Tyrrell Ken Vagts Ron Watson Don Weaver Ed Whitehill George Williams Jim Wilson George Wise Carroll Wright EQUIPPED with Go-Co dancers, brothers depict another fraternity. ,, , X, L,-41,90 , , mmf? fl! f KICKING off your shoes at a formal seems to please some coeds. Lambda hi Alpha Upholding the ideals of brotherhood, and sporting the colors, purple, green, and gold, Lambda Chi Alpha was the first initiated national fraternity at USF. The brothers have added another successful year of service, academics, athletics and social activities. For two consecutive years, brothers won the Sarett Speech contest and were ranked first among fraternities scholastically. They presently rank third. ln sports, Lambda Chi placed second individually in cross- country, and had a 3-1 soccer record. Social events were Wipeout, Ghoul Growl, Torchlight, Green and Cold Weekend, the Crescent Ball, and Founder's Day. Officers were Ken Vagts, president, Steve Scrivener, vice-president, Richard King, secretary, and Richard Bachman, treasurer. ROCKING out to the rhythm, the Torchlight Ball is a favorite of all brothers. N139 r, i 4---.Ph-.:. FIRST party of the trimester is appropriately called 4'Wipeout." ,Ilii i 1417 -sw, , 50 -V--if -I .- 1 5' w--rl ...f .I , ,if I. 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Pete Agdamag Richard Alt Jeff Bardin Roger Bcaubicn Jon Bell Ken Bodlcy John Braley Hugh Brooks Ben Brown Steve Bruskivage Dick Byrd Jim Cianci Hubby Cline Jim Cooney Ed Coris Art Corrales Steve Dcnnis Richard De Wiggins Tom Dobson Dave Dukes George Economirlas Bill Englcr Karl Frese Lee Fugate Frank Gallant Frank Gonzolas Bob Goshorn Dan Herscy John Hoguc Ben Hooks Dave Howland Bill Hunter Jim Jimenez Jim Kell Ken Kerce Joe LaBruzzo Bruce Langford Mike Laughrey Frank L'HommeLlicn Dave Lichtenfels Gerry Litzingcr John Lund Al Marshall John McCollister Dennis McGarry Jack McGinnis Bill Monty Bob Mora Rick Neuman Paul Oaks Woody Owen Marcus Paula Dave Pettigrew Dave Philips Richard Pierce Butch Price Bob Rountree Steve Ruby Norm Scaffe Russ Sexton Vic Shirley Jack Shiver Frank Stillo Jerry Vach Don Walker Mike Ward Jim Weaver Wilbur Wells Ward Wilson Jim Wright Af' M-ai l G1'5ClI 5 ele bloc Social trip group v pi Dell l l M-L.. 1 P' VICTO l-ll foo RUN AT6te tc Phi Delta Theta Arete fraternity, a colony of Phi Delta Theta, was very active this year in politics and sports, placing first in football, cross country and soccer, and also winning first place in the Greek sing and skits. Two members of Arete were elected presidents of IFC, and of the Student Association. Arete sponsors the USF student blood drive and another project, the Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch service day. Annual social activities include Bioya Blastoff, brother- pledge banquet, pledge party, camping trips, and the Chevalier Ball. The first fraternal group established on campus, Arete accents truth, wisdom, and courage, and comprises a mem- bership of 82. Officers are: Ben Brown, president, Mike Ward, vice-president, Dick DeWiggins and Frank L7Hommedieu, secretary, Dave Lichtenfels, treasurer. lied, VICTORY is the cry as Arete beats Enotas in the I-M football championship game. RUNNING for a touchdown, Bob Roundtree leads Aretemto a victory over the Bananas. FRATMAN saves the day as Arete satirizes political figures. ,V . lj 3 G- CHEERLEADERS were on hand to celebrate the football championship victory. Magi A, , n ,,.g, , V , L . J 1 J Q J U L5 Fi V. ' if , K' uf .. 4 f gif!! 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' "M" , - , .. fy, ,W - 2 , xi, f X Z . 2 BROTHERHOOD was the theme that predominated Sigma Nu's rush. NATIONALIZATION came to a high point as Mr. FfCCm3Il formally initiates Cratos members as Sigma Nu pledges. Sigma Nu Cratos Colony Participation in many social events and service projects highlighted the year for Sigma Nu, Cratos Colony. Formerly Cratos, the local fraternity affiliated with the national Sigma Nu on November 27, 1966, sporting the colors black and gold, and the snake for its mascot. The brothers have rendered their services to the community in projects for the Tampa Boy's Club, helping at USF registration, at the Hillsborough County election polls, and by helping a needy family at Thanksgiving. The social calendar includes the annual pledge-brothers party, Rose Ball, Founder's Day Ball and the Snake Pit party. Sigma Nu's competition in intramurals this past year netted the brothers first place in the soccer fraternity league, second cross country, and third in the football fraternity league. Sigma Nu claims several honors with three members selected for Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, three holding chairmanships in the University Center Program Council, and two recognized for Gold Key Honor Society. couple. DANCING to the wild sounds of the December s Chrl dren at the end of the year party is an enthusiastic V4 fin'-I :uit gt.. LAN-- P gnu 5 , ,V,,, , -i V' , jj 3 J 'ffl' , ' l N. ' -.1 l W 77 VIVV ,H Vrnv 'VH ,7 77, ,,. rf :f .jxzz-tri. V -:fy 5-5 5157- 141 V ,',, 3 ' A , . .f f f "Q-C' f , I ,-25 - ,- -, I, ,. , -f-1 1 - 1 , -1,4 .zf 45 ' . .f !f,.,,f, I fm V 1 .V ZX! A fy I at gl, 4 1 if . ,, . , . 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'H .-171-, ."" 1' 'fit V ff, Q I ,, Z ' ' ww-V , 12 Q 5 'Z Stun Blank Al Blevins Andy Boros Lee Castleton Henry Clayton .lim Coppens joe Enright Frank Goldstein Joe Gordon George Hartig Jim Humrich Tom Jctt Bill Kalbus Wayne Love Jim O'Connor Tom Parke Dun Radebangli Mike Rasmussen Steve Rinck Don Rose Tim Russell Richard Sacgcr Bill Sands Ron Shaw Lec Sizemore Rick Smith Wayne Taylor Scott Trent Art Veoncr Darryl Wcilcr Bob Wilson 4, f4', 1 5 fi V . , g f f, ,ZW , ,, 31' T , , V ,, 1 3 Q Ja ' , 4 i "E 4,9 ,. ,K , fi 1, A Z f Q + 22.2 X, 2 ik, 'gs 1 iilll E gn H Ill Hill:- 1:xrz41"4z2:,'2f' Glttttlaqaur noun-'Arm wif' -..- f fi. ,4 L, U?"-Q. if "" If l L, ,4 1,4 152 ENJOYING the outdoors and bar-b-que steaks, the brothers and their dates ventured out to an afternoon picnic. 9 i n Th' mf' lofty' . la of EW , virlu ' .E e I0 4 L slit? adisitlf vin' atfmmsigf Wh O were: l F-me 4 1 ,, 1 1, w...,M,,, ,,,- ' 4 3 ,L ily use mm.:'.:'.-:--V '. f. q ,.., A , l N. ,,.. ,.... ,W I V4, --... .... W. .,,.,. .,1.4- f-- 1 ., ,,,,.,,.,, , .MW-. , up ,ik , , W , ' , , V1 it if .M r X K6 1 7 pf ---. Q .,,,f , 9.14 ' . vyfaeir, ., ,,,:VHl,,,?f,2 'v. IZ' W' -., ,LV 'Z ' gif iq, F ill if ns 1' 8 F. 4 . ,f 'lf 47, ,x X tt T f., ,K l MWQ N ,L fj ' X .1 4 45. , x 1 Q , ' , if , A SIQRVICE pi paint the You ONCE the si . llle QQ ,fil- ?iA xg i i,...., I -Xin-Mg K 1 iw ,.N . , 4 l i igma Phi Epsilon The motto of rapidly growing Sigma Epsilon, formerly Verdandi fraternity, and a colony of Sigma Phi Epsilon since October 9, 1966, is virtue, diligence and brotherly love. Member- ship increase this year was SOCZJ. Social activities included banquets, cookouts, dances, and many informal parties. As their service project, Sigma Epsilon sponsored the repair of the Youth Center in Wimauma. Officers this year were: James O'Connor, president, James Coppens, vice-president, Tom Parke and Mike Rasmussen, secretary. 4 Pak 3 1 'X 'f .2121 M H ff . W.. z l I 1 X -ef- f,l 1, 7, i lf! 1 ,sf xy i .J y 1 i -4 1 v SERVICE projects were in order as brothers help paint the Youth Center at Wimauma. ONCE the steaks are ready, it was time to eat at the Sig Ep cookout. M .Q ,ta ff x ,",g4 , P ' T T .5 i 1 r k 4 ' lf' V -TWV I ' 5 X -,, at was ig,-J SPEAKING of the qualities of Sig Ep is Jim O'Connor, president. y y f , a,,,a f 5 RJ' FORMAL rush is a time to get together to have informal discussions. 153 Terry Aidman David Anthony Kenneth Kitchen Manuel Diner William Dodson Ralph Duran Morry Frank Allan Friedman Mark Goldberg Steve Kirsner Cliff Kolhvr Ralph Marcus David Mark Alan Marder Stuart Mishkin Thomas Moss Keith Richter Steve Rissman Fred Ritterman Steve Saperstein Jerry Stcrnslein Tom Swiger David Vine Jeffrey Waldman Allen Wolfson :SERVING refreshments was part of the treat 1n store for the rushees. rushees I brothers. r 4 1 Phi as C was Graf by vice Kits repr as bull and reco bro! TEl Ball find U1 I grar for Cfgr I l he treat K . .af ATMOSPHERE is created for the LAST night of formal rush has brothers and rushees rushees by two musically inclined alike joining in song. brothers. Phi Beta Colony Tau Epsilon Phi Phi Beta Colony of Tau Epsilon Phi was founded as Chi Sigma Rho fraternity on March 20, 1966, and was colonized in October, 1966. Dr. Howard Gratzner sponsors this fraternity, which is headed by Manuel Diner, president, Steve Rissman, vice-president, Gerald Cernstein, secretary, Kenneth Kitchen, treasurer, and Terry Aidmen, IFC representative. Tau Epsilon Phi states its goals as promoting friendship to a level of true brotherhood, in which ability, broadmindedness, and a progressive hard Working attitude is recognized as the basic attributes. All men are brothers regardless of race, religion, or nationality. TEP highlighted the year With its annual Valentine Ball, at which the fraternity sweetheart is chosen and its annual Awards Banquet. It prides itself in the fact that it has had the highest fraternity grade point ratio since last fall. Service projects for the year included aiding the American Red Cross, and a planned book drive in Trimester Il. e e 1 ill: X 1 ,f.v..f. f- PREPARING for an afternoon picnic, brothers and their dates enjoy an open air drive. ,, in 14 - 5 V 1 f ..,4 1 if 5 14 ! W x , X .-..- hr M 5 4 , . 1 ,Vi , N' , V W , V , 1, we 15,115 . diy ' v ,ge ff S , 't if X, "" L " ny ' ' a l Y -'- .. ,f , ,ti 5 , if 3 ' , W Q , 'f ji, A 5 , 'ffggvf , '2-:. f -'eff ' i 3 M I7 .10 'lv' . , , ,k r fv ' -,. 4 '.,- , J."7J1 "L' 'gy' 1 ,zfgifi -A 1 --- I , , , r t'-- J , f ,' f fa , ' . 'f ff' gf- ' ,r 2 i 7, 7 ,CGW an t A ,- f A ' . 2 4 A 5 V , 'F ' , -1 " f' t ' , 9 " , , gg - 'A - K' -3 X 2 4 -"" . if .f' . -,-k,' it w , S f Q ,. :fp Q :1 A f fy af .. Q 9 4 WW " I "" - '-.' -.V M I I ff ',,V, -f V My 'j i 1 1 fri ' .3 -ig! . ' e '3iiii2'li'sI' L' Q V '- ,, 'V - A ,L,, -ef . QQ af .. 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Bud Behvenutl Charles Burdick Bob Calvert Dave Chatham David Clement, 21 Cary Click Phil Cohen Larry Cole Bob Crane Bill Dudley Ron Ellingham Andy Fernandez Ray Franklyn Jack Cadrlis Rick Garland Larry Gomlhrcad Mark Hafivy Dwight Hale Pat Hannon Lou Hart Dave Hubay Jeff .lacobsohn John Keating Brian Kclner Dave Kobrin Dan Linkenauger John Malafrontc Rodger Murray Steve Ritchie Ron Sabo John Schmitt Bill Scnn Dave Snyder Jack Thics Jerry Union .lnhn Ullcy Jay Wilhwurth dvisor 'wi CROWDING around the TKE mascot that was built for Homecoming, TKE,s entertain orphan children. SCAVENGER hunt party was a favorite social event of Fall, 1966. LX E Farwell was golf in Sepif criut50!l 1135 lnffl is P55 nk . gigeidetl Ieffl' U and IF? AS SP? Pitnlq Bull 4'Te colofllllal banqllelz from H1 and H CIT Auxiliaff 10 the C0 mme was WS! F 5 -. A 4 my V J' 'V fig ' ff . -V 'K VV! ., V . , A ,A 7 L V , . .. V 14 715551 V '11 I 4, if V. ! 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'-Vf V- V fFV:V f , 1 ' F11 - V x -.lx j,VVg,3 WVVW 158 Mary Ann Albritton Betty Alchediak Sue Aldefer Bobbie Allen Laurie Bamburgcr Sharon Barfield Lynn Barrett Barbara Bates Missy Belsito Mira Bergen Kitty Bottenfield Betty Brice Jean Buckley Susanna Chung Jean Clark Patti Coplan Linda Dohle Jan Duke Phyllis Feaglc Cheryl Fernandez Liana Fernandez Sheila Fraser Diane Fucarino Kathy Gangi Gail Gaskin Geraldine Giglio Mary Ann Gilbert Lorraine Guarino Sharon Guarlardo Karen Hultzen Linda Lee Leslie Marrich Sandra Martino Angela Massari April Mayo Ann Mikalson Maggie Moreau Cheryl Nydahl Aileen Oliva Liz Outten Dena Provenzano Sandy Prytyka Barbara Sanders Laura Scoggins Sylvia Spain Margaret Turney Janet Valenti Barbara Wendling Charlotte White Fran Wilson Lynn Wright l f V , f ALWA events. - Folk S11 J. 'I i 4 V K 'iii 'I 'O' 1 SETI was ti Sllbmi I ALWAYS participating in school events, Tri SIS girls sing out in the Folk Sing Contest. SETTING for this year's rush skit was the Twenties and Gerri Giglio submits to an old fashioned shave. Tri SIS "True to one another" is the unifying bond of the sisters of Tri SIS sorority. Founded as a local in 1961, Tri SIS progressed toward its nationalization by entering formal contact with Alpha Delta Pi national sorority in January, 1967. Sponsoring the group, which consists of 50 actives and 20 pledges, is Mrs. Rena Ezzell. Sporting the colors black and gold, enhanced by the chrysanthemum as its flower and the topaz as its jewel, Tri SIS stands for service, integrity and sociability. Main service project of the year is the scholarship for international students. The annual social calendar is highlighted by the pledge party, Topaz Ball, Mardi Gras, the mother-daughter tea. Participation in many activities has recognized the sisters as Student Association officers, members of Gold Key honor society, Whois Who, finalists in the Miss Aegean and Best Dressed contests, Miss Ft. Meade fMary Ann Albrittonl. Competition during Greek Week netted the girls 2nd place in the skits. Tri SIS is presently recognized for achieving the highest sorority Grade Point ratio for Fall, 1966. 2, ,,ijv..1,,, ,1 WJ, .7 PLEDGES are presented a red rose at the Topaz Ball , 159 A 4 9 l Q3 1 .-E.-U ,, 1 .51 I--A,'.Vp , L V ' 4 fl, 1 - 9 T5 4 . ,fl 1 ie' , 1 4 - T ,'," s Za. ,uf V 'f f , 3' fffgff ,Q ,Qi ' - ata 1 ' V -, .. :Mg ag. ,VI ,. fsr . fi 1 M . 1 V, , V ,,V,, V . ,, .--,. , , 1- V 'f s"f f ff' ' NF 3"f?15' 2 uf' ,... r V 2 fag? 3' ?El242Qif 251 ,,-I,, '1 A 'f-3' I I, vp: ,,,. Vai it J 1 I W4 if 1 65 L .V ,V -KV , A 5 ,V.VV - -.V., 1 ,,.,-.. V,,.1 V 7 jay, Ll f m ,f,q,',1 ,Gift f 1 gl V .v5:Vf,,yc,7 :-fit? ,: 1: ' if , V , , , 'X '. ' . W' 1' J 'A tv .M .. - -- . . 7 ' I , 4. 4Zfi W5 w j-1, " Elf - ,Q '54 5 ' V ' 94 it ' , WW3 'l gif V " ' 'isgfiii ' K ' , 6 7 ,I 1 'i ' , , L' 1 1 .V 4? V , V V 1, ,, gg ov, . V , , Yw-wVV,VQ5 M ,h 4, M my X ,I , uuyyy ,Vg .-2 N- 1 1 f 4 , - , , ,,,,.,,, .5 'yvff 1 ,i A ' X, f 1 U, 5' V Q , Q I ' .4 1 ,..,,f, Q, , 4 l, vf, 4 i W f 'wx V, I O f -A A1-iff' 1521 rarac c ttryt .af ., ff 1 2 160 Dan Armstrong Junior Bilbrey Herbert Clark Jeff Cohen Fred Conley Robert Dale Tom Demmo Doug Drizd Manny Echevcaria Mike Frey Robert L. Fulop Pat Gregory Richard Harold Jim Hinkcl Leonard Kania Charles King Harry Kingsbery Raymond Long Jerry McDonald Sandy MacFarlan Brad McMillan .lim Moses .lim Randall Bill Scott Chuck Seibold Ed Smyth Phil Sorenson Ron Stroub Zeta Phi Epsilon olon , Delta Tau Delta Y , INFORMAL discussion was an opportunity for the brothers to meet the rushees. Zeta Phi Epsilon formally became a colony of Delta Tau Delta in a ceremony on December 13, 1966. Fraternity colors are red, white, and black, and the motto states uCourage con honoref' The brotherhood, composed of 33 members, is sponsored by Mr. Bernie Abbot, and Dr. James Swanson. Zeta Phi Epsilon has been busy helping with freshman orientation, working at the Easter Seal Center, and sponsoring a Juvenile Home outing as special projects for the year. Competition in intramurals netted the fraternity the title of bowling champion for 1965, and the intramural sportsmanship trophy in both 1965 and 1966. The social calendar was highlighted by the annual pledge party, the Christmas Ball, and Boat Party. 7 1 1 P' f 1 I' 1 li: i f G. ,'f.:Jf 5,51 M, ,nf sinh if , moi' 'gn' Minsk-3 ' 1 INTRA with fi highligl I lta f '13 at. tion 'ial irals nual Y- U 4 i L l 2 4 INTRAMURAL basketball game with Sigma Nu was one of the highlights of the intramural year. PLEDGE party at the Sheraton lnn was just one social event of Fall, 1966. -. v gf time IA F ,V f or 1 f i 1 FRATERNITY league B teams practice before the event of the intramural game. ,Sify Pi Kappa Alpha Originally Delta Tau Fraternity, Pi Kappa Alpha Colony affiliated with the national Pi Kappa Alpha on September 17, 1966. The fraternity, sporting the colors of garnet and gold, having a present membership of 34, an increase of 15 over last year. The c'Pikes" are an active group on campus, the fall trimester being characterized by several donut sales, and a first place award in the Greek Games. Service project for this year was participation in the IFC Sheriff's Boys' Ranch spaghetti dinner. Pi Kappa Alpha's social calendar included several socials with sororities, such as Tri SIS and Kappa Delta. Plans also were made for a 'cDream Girl" Ball to be held in trimester II. '95 .f 14:4 ..-, VISITING the Christmas Formal Dance, Santa finds a lovely coed. END of the year was highlighted by the Christ- mas Formal Dance. 162 Joe Abromovitz Mike Bagby Fred Bclchcr Mike Blanner Bert Carlton Mike Carr Ken Castillo Jeff Donahue Bill Dudley Jerry Eichholz Paul Fetscher Herb Gartner Gerald Giglio Frank Hamilton III Harold Kessler Dave Naffziger Jack Phipps Bill Potter Ernest Prentice Orie Preston Brent Robinson Kermit Silverwood Advisor Herman Smith Bob Starkey Steve Stelle Marty Sullivan Gary Ulmau Bill Upson Ron Warfield Bob Wilder Carl Zolezzi 'I' our . 421, 0 , ,ar , S V0 7 Y if Q , , 6 ,, Q ilu W 4 , , . 'G' . v ,H . - -H,,,f f " M49 ,f 52 f J Q -. -' ' , 'W' 4432" t , f t l f 1 2 ,, 5 J , fax' 5 f f , fv 33 , fc . VG, 4. 1 ff fn 4 f Z ' 2 -5 A 3 r L ' if fl , vi f Mx: MJ 71 , Q, wif -Samet f f 4 ! X Md", ,I , f , f ' , QW 4 a fi! 1 1 ff :- ' Q1 I . fiyffjfxff il: , , Via: f '. - A -wif? 'fi , ,, 6 4 5 ffzisvr. - 'rlftsesniwi , - ,f f K ' Pv.fIii:E,.::1 f K , f 1 f If x ' ' 2 14 .5 . M "W 4 , 3 f 49" 1 5 4 ' Wav 92 Q , 4: . 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' -. 4:34, 1. -fi. 151, X f L wtf' 3.j.:': ' 5' 52.35 Q2 f - I ' 9 'ffzf X l a ui ,.4 1 F in or 5, 1 lfni' The fr g. pres' l Steve Akers Doug DeWitt Ed Grzywinski Rick Harry Jim Harshman Larry Helton John McCullough Jack Morehouse Carl Peterson Jim Robinson Mr. Welker Advisor Theta Chi Ome a A newly establrshed fraternity at the UHIVCTSITY Theta Ch1 Omega was provislonally accepted as a local on November 2 1966 The fraternlty s twenty members adapted blue and gold as 1ts colors and the hawk as its mascot OTTICCIS for th1s year were Larry Helton presldent, Carl Peterson, vice-president Steve Akers, secretary Jlm Harshman, treasurer, and Karl Enter, IFC representatlve The group advisor is Mr. Welker 1 W' V , I , K M V 85 V' 4, , XV I ' " "Qg?,VV,V if av, ,VA V+, ,t , V, Z ,AV 29 fw ' V, 'f ff !4Z",f19,, ffwfi, fff' 4 4 . f ff f fi, f ,Vf A ,,., ,M K ff f , , ,V , M22 ZW7-?Q'1!'22f6,5V',Q V H. 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'?'iVK?" xp, V QV, 'P 4 I E I . . i V w 5 Q f 'S mn, swvh.. N M M4 X a . ? 1 1 . W X 6 ,Z QVWWQ lr f. FASHION and Talent and McCails present RED Lite A Go-Go, a new tradition in discotheque THE Bfi HI-Iow to Look Like a Miilionf' for the Dance Committee. i011 Conn 1 5 I 1 4 rr nn ' . l4l.:51'Wy,J, ' Je' , " ' 'W' ,Q ..,, Q:?75'!.1-"QW , 4 ' ' ,..r 'f t 4: w- ' r i Fi D' M """"' -V -. 'J-,.,-,Q , an STUDENTS register for prizes, one of the many activities at the UC Program Council's Op en House. 168 -U, , Q' Aa. XXK .W , A , .gg x, I I ,s mHUY 01156- THE Bridal Fashion Show culminates Fash- ion Committee's Bridal Series. THE annual Valentine Formal, Chanson d'Amor, a very special Dance Committee program. Social Area Hospitality, Dance, Fashion, and newly formed Talent Committee comprise the Social Area of the UC program. With the purpose of fulfilling the social needs of the university community and creating a more rounded, more socially poised student, ,these committees. present a tremendous variety of programs annually. Members of Hospitality serve as the host of a growing campus and co-ordinate Family Night, an evening of carnival fun for the children of the university community. Besides its regular weekend dances featuring area DJ's and top combos, the Dance Committee offers such traditional events as the uSnow Ball" Christmas semiformal, the spring formal, Red Lite A Go-Go, and the Halloween Costume Party. And promoting the social graces in yet another sense, the Fashion Committee presents such programs as the McCall's pattern fashion show, the Holiday Magic make up show, the Bridal Series, and the Best Dressed Girl on Campus Contest, sponsoring Alice Crownover, named a Best Dressed Girl by Glamour Magazine. Talent not only sponsors the annual South Florida Showcase talent show, but also promoted USF talent both on and off campus through its talent file. Ain RMAN J tt Stone commentates.the7fall falsliidn show ulfifdliif Fo Look Like a M1lllOH.7 PROGRAM Council vice president, Judi Koepcke, explains the UC and its programs during Member- ship Drive. JACK Puglisi of the St. Pete Blazers speaks at Recreation Committee's Stag Series, 170 Functional Area The Publicity Committee, formed this year, joined Public Relations and Personnel in the functional area and took on the tremendous job of publicizing UC events. Working closely with Publicity, especially on the awesome task of publicizing the Activities Calendar, is Public Relations. It serves as a liaison between Program Council and the university community with services like Dial 400 and between the UC and other college unions in order that programming always be up to date. Personnel works with both these committees and all the others in the UC through training committee members and recognizing outstanding work by UC members with the Committee Member of the Month Award and those awards given at the annual Awards Banquet. It also sponsors Leadership Training for all student leaders. 1 1 i l RIDING, boating, fishing, and athletics are offered at Recreationis River Rally. Recreational Area Promoting a program of constructive Ib of recreational activities, Recreation, Movies, and Lessons Committees offer a huge diversity of events. Students participate in River Rallies, bli Ice Skating Parties, Bowl-A-Ramas. Moonlight C Cruises, tournaments, and even a Sta Series gram g presented by a busy Recreation Committee. And they enjoy weekend movie features ranging from David and Lisa to The Unsinkable Molly Brown and take A D I MM Q the kiddies to the monthly matinees , . , '-- of Films for Young Brahams-all presented M A' - . pf fa by Movies Committee. Aiming toward U' i. ,,,,y recreational self-improvement, lessons fs u 4 Committee offers lessons in knitting, bridge, ., ,,,, " 'l ..,, ,Q and guitar, and the charm course . VVAAV 1 ' i t e"" 1 2 with "The Total You." 1 ONE of the Lessons Committeeis most popular programs, Bridge Lessons. ffgred LESSONS Committee promotes constructive rec- NOTED guitarist Michael Sullivan instructs stu- reation through its Knitting Lessons. dents for the UC' 171 A. THE Mitchell Trio sings and satirizes for students at Program Councills Open House, fall 1966. tzfi.-azflfffw' ,ff 4 -' -mg'-ff'ff,y , fi f.:-Q 1: V YW ? Jap, 41,422 if ,,,.v ! ,,M,, M ff' V T' ' 'i" , it V . , ,f ffif THE Arts and Exhibits Comm'tt h Advanced Art Student Competitioliie presents t e RICK Norcross MC's the MUSIC commit tee's annual Folk Sing Contest. Cultural Area Meet the Author and the Film Lecture Series, traditional offerings of the Special Events Committee, were joined this year by a dynamic series called Viewpoint, whose symposiums have been of such controversial topics as LSD, legalized abortion, the New Left. The Folk Sing Contest, Jazz and Poetry Hours fand their popular derivative, "Jazz Paint, and Poetrynj, the Way Out Coffee House, the "Toot, Whistle, Plunk, and Boom series, and, of course, Soundsations are part of the entertaining and informative program by the Music Committee. And exhibits by noted artists and contests for students as well as a photography Contest presented by the Arts and Exhibits round out the cultural offerings of the center. JAZZ, the music of a growing, changing world, enthralls students at an outdoor concert. 'l THE Jam Sessions, impromptu jazz programs draw those who entertain and those who Want to be entertained. CAMPUS jazz performers join to entertain at a Music Committee Jam Session. .4 S :Seb . X SPECIAL Events' lecture series-influential gees speak of the old and new Cuba- 174 refu V I r x i r 1 1 l 1 it P0P . Qllte ,535 ' entialrll' POP fingers .lack and Sally Jenkins Wow the audi- iynflll ence with Broadway hits performing the Soundsations. 2. xl , fi E STUDENTS and faculty come monthly to Meet the Author-here, Eric Von Schmidt. ,lb l UC president ,lean Bageard adds to the atmosphere of the Way Out Coffee House. Deaf ii I ih.pnl'W 1 STUDENT Association president John Harper MEMBERS of the Student Association 3 JOHN Hogue, vice-president 176 7 leg1slature meet monthly to discuss stu- dent problems. fr Wiwrwvib LI A , ,.,f f, WWW , , , ' PRESIDING over the legislature meeting is .lolm Hogue -a 5, 'S H1 Sm iation 5 stu- , ,f tudent Association Government The Student Association government is the elective governing body of USF students under the sponsorship of Dean Herbert Wunderlich. Working under its present constitution for the second year, the Student Association continues to grow-both in the number of students participating directly in the organization and indirectly by balloting and in carrying out its program of assisting in the maximum development of all students, establishing equitable representation for the student body in University affairs, and promoting cooperation among students, faculty, and administration. Besides these governmental functions, the SA sponsors Homecoming and Spring Spectacular weekends. I 1 FRANK Caldwell, administrative assistant. CABINET members are J ack Mc- Ginnis, Joe Sabin fstandingj , Don Gifford, Ernie C h a r e t t e, Frank Caldwell, and Rick Duran. COURT of review members are Lou Stabal, Mike Meksraitis, Chief Justice, Bill Lamkin, Tom McCol- lum, Rosalind Hall. FRONT ROW: Stan Black, Steve Ferras, Mike Bonavia, Bob Lane, Mike Wedge, John Petrich, Nicholas D'Andrea, Vincent Cassisi, William Cooper. SECOND ROW: Bill Schulz, John Need- sen, Jack Morsiss, Don Higgins, Tony DeVaron, Luis Carvan, Gary Sturm, Neal Hendrix, Charles Miller. THIRD ROW: Ken Mathewson, Howard Vedner, Robert Gordy, John Seyller, Frank Damas, Bob Chassen, Frank Henderson. FOURTH ROW: Ray Flemming, Ernie MacFerran, Ralph Metcalf, Dwight Odom, George Bradford, Wayne Ralph, Joe Camporamor, Wayne Adase. FIFTH ROW: Dave Winter, Roy Reynolds, William Opp, A1 Allen, Mike Foley. l FRONT ROW: Bob Bryant, Joe Watson, Herb Ilgenfritz, John McEVer, Ruben Alvarez, Ferdie Ramos, Zysko Jan. SECOND ROW: Ken Young, Glenn Schneider, Steve Lilly, John Cradclock, Time Bean, Wayne Love, Joe Gordon, Eugene Hill, Harold Russell, Peter D'Argona. THIRD ROW: 178 Dave Batelann, Dorothy McClellan, James Mc- Sheehy, Tom Miller, John Palatinus. FOURTH ROW: Harry Hollembeak, Jim Smith, Robert Helgeson, Earl Chancey, Joe Diaz, Jerry Morriss, Charles McManus, John Ambler. HU' P x15 . l 2?-C .- ' I, "iq lk 'V 1 7 n Jil AT T lege 3 of Cie! Engineering College Association The Engineering College Association is organized to provide an effective means of student communication and participation in the Engineering College, and to promote professional engineering activities. Social functions include an annual Engineering Ball. The group made tours of Thatcher Glass and Cape Kennedy, and heard speakers from Corning Class, NASA, and the Martin Co. The association takes care of vending machines and student lockers, and promotes engineering Week on campus. Faculty sponsor is Dean Kopp. President is William Claussen. AT Tampa Electric Company members of the col- lege association hear an expert speak on a phase of electrical engineering. l l TRIP to Tampa Electric Company served to ac- quaint engineering students with industrial appli- cations of engineering. FOOTBALL team composed of engineering majprs helps to round out the lives of USF engineering students. A K i N , ,gf- .4f:f-I"- ' rfzf' ul 4 Larry Goodman, editorial page editor l fc- vf ,.,,wf'4 ' 1' I Julian Eiferd, managing editor 180 The Oracle USF's Oracle is in its first year as an independent college newspaper. The Oracle is growing along with the rest of the USF community, and is already the only college newspaper in the South with color as a regular feature. The motto of the Oracle is "To print the truth!" Staff members must exhibit an interest and aptitude for journalism. Laboratory sessions of journalism classes in advertising, editing, and make up are also used to help produce the paper. The staff devoted much of this year to organization, solidifying masthead, titles, and developing a stylebgok, Plans are in the making for many new features and more color next year. .l0hIl AlSt0I1, managing editor, trimester I ', Lee Slzemore, sports edltor X 1 J oy Bacon Harry Halgley, edltor L 1 I 1 Bai iff' i ' T'wffv",l 41' f xx l Q .kxdun K fi-... ff 1 f ' 1 r M 4, lffff Q. A f' N. A L4 ' 4 f x , fx 5' fm-'L ' H 'rf 1, f 'P ' ' 6 'f " '9' ff Sam Nuccio, Jr., editor-in-chief 'aa . L 73 'S ','f'-1. -S.-ii! ,'ff,"'.E'::'f' L+' "' wsvgfggrizf-,Q,4ygz3:a,523'-2135iff-saz.f4Q5K:. We Hr, ,.f,,,.4 , ,,,.- ,Q 1,.. ,,, W, .1 5, .N 0 K rfxfgazf- -"' ::1-rf-faa::4244ag5f'Cf2532jfm we-a-c.-we-,f,,:' 2 2few:,2jzgx5g,1:,f,wzw Q Bs ' Q pf 1: i ff' ? 242 ii? . ,M 7? fm WI Larry Hevia, associate editor Janet Valenti, Greek editor Barbara Brazeal, Copy editor 'I mer ml HU! S. Julie The Ae ean The staff of the 1967 Aegean Was one of the largest groups ever brought together to work on the publication. The Aegean sponsored a coffee at the beginning of the school year to meet prospective staff members, and outline plans for this year's book. Staff members spent the first trimester and much of the holidays doing layouts, Writing copy, scheduling pictures, and making efforts to meet January deadlines for the release of an April book. New members learned basic annual techniques in order to take over production of next year's book from graduating seniors. Next year promises an even bigger book with more color. ,ff X f t fff Kathy Manetta, academic editor .lulie Fielding, senior editor Ed Smyth, sports editor If Pat Sasser, copy asslstant, Shatzl Hmton, Greek di .ji ,f Leonard Kania, organ1zat1on edltor Charm .X f V 76 ,fl f 1' W ,,,f 4 . fy, fn, , f 4 ! I A , ,, , v j if ,V ,I f M992 X f ,ffff Z ,, f s f f ,4 4 , fffff 1 ,X f 9 fy ff 5 MQ" ,M ff f , " I Marc Bergstrom, Erik Nielsen, Ernest Brady, Calvin Sparks, Rudi Schwabe, Richard Prokop, photography 1 , ',4',f2!. 22-I 2 y 6' V1 ff ,liu " ,irir r o f frir s , f ' I FV .,.,v M, ,... 'fy' 7 1 I Q 2 f A , ,,, ,mzfmm V I- Charhe Gilmore, copy assistant. Q X Ralph Seigler, technical assistant, engineering. f u41s USF cameraman tapes a show concerned with volume of trade on the stock market. l WUSF-T WUSF-TV now operating on Channel 16, an educational channel, is giving students and the public alike the opportunity for a better education. The TV department tapes interviews, l shows special features for closed-circuit i classroom TV, and has a traveling news truck for on-the-spot news coverage. WUSF-TV and FM radio provides actual experience for students who wish to make a career of broadcasting. William Brady, radio coordinatOl :ff Mai 4 STU mllsif I' NS, Jr Hdio radi0 ,I V, 1, :f ' K C ggi' - -V 4 .4 f 4' ,- :ff 22?' ,-,ff ' 1 Mary Frances Koenig ,Jw STUDENTS work at producing a program of music and entertainment for WUSF-FM. TECHNICIANS view the taping of a discussion for use on WUSF-TV. Z , -. 4?- "'!. ,'f, 7 "" LZH-, 4' N , .f ' 'I ,xx J 1 L-.fag wie ff, -f .al I' 'ff -- 1' WORKING up news releases for use in program- ming occupies much time in the news room. 187 W K t l 1 o- 'I xxx "' 5 4 L SI' I si mm, -T Q m:.,, WH! fl Cfiiuszna 1 FRONT ROW: Kathy Fink, Elizabeth Hammond, Barbara Welsh, Judith Nickel, Constance Warren, Mary Bakehouse, Joyce James, Chantal Ruilova, Dorothy Farmer, Clifford Tice, David Weelley, Trevor Cramer, Woody Tennant, Alan Hopper, James Devine. SECOND ROW: Emily Garrett, Jeanne Brown, Gregory Towle, Robert Thomas, Elliot Car- mack, Betty Marsh, Richard Smith, Arthur Roberts, Jean Tessein, Victor Moore, Julie Guker, Suzan Ankrom, Pam Wright, Tom J nes, David Brown, Roland Castro, Lynne Binder, Paul Danial, Gail Malcolm, Richard Tremper, Chris Boyd. THIRD ROW: Karen Shane, Barbara Mitchell, Alton HH Chapman, Leslie Griffis, Sylvia Schafer, Michael Breslin, Vicki Roussman, Ray Kriegbaum, John Acosta, Roger Sanders, Samuel Trimble, Henry Fletcher, Wayne Daughtry, Dennis Clark, Barry Hopper, Paul Dyer, William Buck- master, John Dugger, Jeffrey Moore, Dean Locke, Robert Gower, Clarice LePorte, Jack McCarty, Charles Black, Wil- liam Langstaff, Dick Lincoln, John Norse, Neil Jenkins. FOURTH ROW: Dr. Gale Sperry, Ed Ferking, Joe Watson, Jackie Wright, Robert Johnson, Kenneth Singleton, Tom Waid, Ronald Spencer, Sara Conklin, Joe Beiro, Lee Chest- nut, Lynn Burnette, Roy Noland, Thomas Thomas. Ripieno Club Any member of the University band is a member of Ripieno Club. The purpose of the club is to promote better social relations among band members, and work toward a commong goal of better musical discipline and higher standards. The club is sponsor of the annual Jr.-Sr vs. Fresh.-Soph. football game. Faculty sponsor is Dr. Gale Sperry. Officers are Barry Hopper, president, Richard Tremper, vice-president, Kathy Fink, secretary, Karen Shane, treasurer and Elizabeth Hammond, historian. AT the tyrnpani. f toward the common goalf iof better musical d1sc1pl1ne. 188 eslin, Eloger fhtry, l3uck- obert Wil- lkins. ltson, l Tom 1 ,hesi- 1e long Jr.-Sr nsor ar, rer Z M33 1 RIPIENO club members constantly work to achieve higher standards. X -g,,. I A 1 - "5 1.-i Dr. Gale Sperry, faculty sponsor FRONT: Charles King, president, Nancy McLaughlin, secretary, Kim O'Connor, vice president, Joyce Riopel, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Father Bernard McFadden, Linda Bishop, Judy Aubrey, Liz Liebach, Maryann Palvisak, Kathy Doetsch, Maryann Blind, guest Father Jacobs. THIRD ROW: Bud Benuenuti, Jim Harkey, Bill Cowdrey, Jennifer Johnstone, Barbara Welsh, Warren Brannon. BACK: Bob Purzycki, Claud Hite, Dennis Dingle, Phillip Foley, Steve McCauley. OUTDOOR ceremonies led by Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley, bishop of St. Augustine commemorates the breaking of ground for the new Roman Catholic Student Center, 190 Catholic Student Organization A growing Catholic Student Organization looks forward to moving into its new student center now under construction. The purpose of this religious group is to provide for the religious, social, and educational needs of the students. Faculty sponsor is Dr. Philip W. Shaffer. The club president is Charles King. Other officers are Kim O,Connor, vice president, Nancy McLaughlin, secretary, and Joyce Riopel, treasurer. The CSO enjoyed a lakeside picnic this year and a hayride and dance at the B 81 R Ranch to end the year. OFFICERS of the Catholic Student Organization are, seated: Jim O'Connor, Nancy McLaughlin, and Joyce Riopelg standing: Charles King and Father McFadden. B rj the 2 f- Dt COUU I 91 BI Jus, ! f i! v ation in, I Q tudent Vestr Episcopal Center The members of the student Vestry are devoted to the concept of the Hwhole self," a harmonious blend of the physical, emotional, and spiritual of existence. The Vestry believes that the purpose of a church is to supply the opportunity and atmosphere for growth of the inner self, often overlooked in the pursuit of an education. It was to meet these needs that the Episcopal University Center was established. Regular services are held in St. Anselmls Chapel. ln the rest of the Center, counseling is available daily, along with recreational and study facilities. Students are encouraged to use the Center, and they are always Welcome. W X WWW -..,. 3 ------- Y-.- ....- ...--.........,7-,.....,,. ,- , - ....--.-..,,...-.--- . ,. . 'K -.-.44 ev x FRONT: Steve Ritchie, Nancy Lamson, Barbara Landley, Diane Howarth, Linda Matheson, Father Noble. 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They are sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Tampa to develop future leaders whose philosophy is founded on freedom, initiative, the American-Canadian heritage, and unselfish service to others. Projects this year were a Thanksgiving basket to the Tampa Childrerfs Home, sponsorship of a male orphan at the home, and various fund-raising activities such as car washes and a peanut sale. The Circle K is sponsored by Mr. Eugene Roberts. Officers are David Keene, president, Anthony Coniglio, vice president, Jim Vale, secretary, and Robert Braxton, .fff treasurer. The Sun Coast Lt. Governor for the club is James Crosley. CIRCLE K Sweetheart, Terry Manigold P, QJ LM, FRONT:J' VI .D f . -0, Coniglioj B22 Elrgitolfite 5EEIE?N'lgeriyOBgfan1gYpldTAn5Ibi0ny Eugene Roberts. THIRD ROW: Fred Nelson, Dave B1-oYleS, James Crosley, Anthony Perez, Mike Carr! GH Field fig, Bill Falzone, Scott Peeler, Ken Cravey. 192 B2Pl the I thf ullivfffl' Cor I bre3ki35f5' IU Dr. El' I N4 a Dick Ann FRI K rl th to Ullllded lfilqn Sket IJ Htl 3 K nt' 1 l I I 1 1 5 I i I 1 Br0!'le5f eene, breakfasts. The Baptist Student Union also sends ' five of its members to serve as summer Baptist Student mon W as 5, , The Baptist Student Union is organized with ft i'ti' y qxqg up as A. the philosophy of Christian witness on the E' in I ' Q university level. Projects include a Fall Planning g 1 ' if 1 5 1" 3' Conference, attending the state convention, """' , Y twice weekly vespers meetings, and prayer E ' , if ' W A- ' missionaries in foreign fields each year. A are the Unions faculty sponsors. ' ...fn Dr. Elton E. Smith and Mr. Murphy Osborne egg, 'J i'! -H we 'sf The club president is ,lack Parker. , -he-.- BSU carwash helps finance missionaries. ag . , FRONT ROW: Carolyn Moore, Diane Senn, MUY Hufsliflf Kathy Prescher, Carolyn Hightower, Cathl' Mosley' VIC 16 Dick. SECOND ROW: Jann Boggs, Marilyn D0Ug1aSf lljfefty Ann Plott, Donna Routh, Nancy GIHY, Beth Moore, atsy fix 'V I Gumpton Sally King. THIRD ROW: Rev. T. E. Lilly, 1 3 ' S tt h te, Bruce King, Duffy Van- c?c:rvi,dZ,d1eEIdlll1i1eeOlsIdrli: Ed liiiight, Earl Lance, Ron Walker, Bob Roath, Jack Parker. I 193 ,,,, ,-,. in ah , , Afldnrxmnntf f M - vi ' 1 bibs-so Senior Accounting Club The purpose of the Senior Accounting Organization is to give students the chance to become better acquainted with the accounting profession. The club is composed of accounting majors with an overall 2.0 average. The Senior Accounting Organization awarded its first scholarship this year, and will continue to award such scholarships twice annually. Y Faculty sponsor is R. J. West. President is Dave Herold, vice president is Gene Madill, recording secretary is Ron Watson, corresponding secretary is Sam Davis, and treasurer is Wayne Bond. A member of the Senior Accounting Organization reads a report at one of the club meetings. ,I X The club ear is highlighted by a banquet in March. 2 4 .Q . 9 -f FRONT ROW: Dave Herold, Wayne Bond, R. J, West Gene Madill, Ron Watson, Sam Davis, Charles Dudley Jr, SECOND ROW: Bob Perez, Jim Taylor, Carol Congiilonl CITCTYI FCa1'f16Yl10l1gh, lean Ogden, Jane Rogers Kathryn Alkire, Elizabeth Liebeth, Ken Lavicka, Bruce ,Goodand THIRD ROW: Sam Ferlita, Bob Stalker, Gern Henderson, 194- 7 V f i622-on 75,97 f 'Lo ff m! ,,,, ' .AQ 3' zz. rf , 'ff-Wff if' - -life Lemma, Tom O,Brien, Ed Hacker, Ray Long, Charles Tgdwell. John Alston, Karl Boonow. FOURTH ROW: Roo Ricardo, Tom Schultz, Bob Hurd, Henry Otero, Harry Cllneo TOIII Jacob, Leonard Gimpel, Ed Siebold, Dennis KCHY, Joe Lllmia, Norman Stewart. S xt .YZ KNE Maso: Buncl Pi The . filiatf Epsilc is to montl emati math Dr. F lgnac and s 1 F R0 Linda ginbo mond IS 'mg e -lrch. I .. vi. T 'I Q , .W jharles 7, Ron Hara' Denllls ...J 3? 'Y KNEELING: Edmund Vollrath, Ignacio Bello, 'Ronald Kane, Stephen Mazwell, Robert Archch, Dr. John Kelley, Mason, James Kell, III, Karl Wieland, Allan Perkins, David Dr. Donald C. Rose, Robert Helseson, Fred Levesque, Wil- Bunch. STANDING: Fredric Zerla, Myrna Marshall, Jerome liam Opp, Robert Cordy, Phillip Hartman, David Rose. Pi Mu Epsilon The Mathematics Honorary became nationally af- filiated as the Florida Epsilon chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon on April 13, 1966. The club, Whose purpose is to promote scholarship and mathematics, meets monthly to hear speakers in fields relating to math- ematics. Members must maintain a B average in math with a 2.8 overall. Faculty sponsors are Dr. Frank Cleaver and Fredric Zerla. President is Ignacio Bello, vice president is Edmund Vollrath, and secretary-treasurer is Myrna Marshall. FRONT ROW: Mrs. George Teeter, Susuan Kingcome, Linda Robinson, Chantal Ruilova, Diane Martin, Betsy Hig ginbotham, Linda Ketcham. SECOND ROW: Elizabeth Ham- mond, Evlun Barchard, Mary Ann Adams, Joyce James Sigma Alpha Iota On November 23, 1966, Syrinx became nationally affiliated with Sigma Alpha Iota as the Delta Chi chapter. This music fraternity's purpose is to pro- mote musical activities on campus and in the com- munity and to create a bond of Sisterhood among women musicians. Members of Sigma Alpha Iota present musicales on campus and also usher for the Tampa Philharmonic concerts. Margery Enix, Jane Murray, Martha Rearick, and Pat Stenberg are faculty sponsors. Club president is Mary Ann Adams. Kath Fink Camille Knight Mrs M Ed Joy deBartolo, Y , U 7 - - ' wards, Gwyn Hilburn, patroness Mrs. P. Johnson, patroness Mrs. J. S. Allen. Ya . P' 72. FRONT ROW: Suzan Anbrom, Jackie Wright, ,f Russian Language Club All interested students and faculty are eligible for membership in the Russian Language Club. The purpose of this club is to acquaint its members with the life, language, and culture of Russia. The club was formed by Dr. A. A. Sokolosky, its sponsor. The annual project is giving the Russian Club Program of dancing, reading, sampling other aspects of Russian culture. Officers are Alfredo Duarte, president, Richard Wedig, vice president, Jackie Wright, secretary-treasurer, and Suzan Anbrom, historian. SECOND ROW: Dr. Anatole Sokolosky, Richard DeTuccio, Don RICHARD Jaworslfy dismisses possible material Radebaugh, Richard Wedig, Alfredo Duarte, for the South Florida Review with Viki Stuart- Moore. South Florida Review Under the editorship of Richard Jaworski and the sponsorship of Dr. A. M. Sanderson, Dr. J. G. Bentley, and Mr. E. S. Yates, USF's literary magazine changed its name this year from i.e. to the South Florida Review. The magazine publishes material by both on and off campus authors with an accent on poetry and high quality short prose. Individual works are illustrated with photographs and art work. These works are chosen from those submitted by a student Board of Readers advised by faculty members. Three assistant editors work closely with the Board of Readers with Jerry Parrott assisting in the gathering of campus manuscripts and promotion, Kathy Manetta acting as co-ordinating editor, and Victoria Stewart-Moore serving as foreign correspondent and translator. KATHY Manetta, assistant editor, receives materials. 196 L.. Th fi orlll the fnivel I Assl pre Kap ON st Louise Alexan Barry f llagg I ial is iarte, nterial tuart- 1 i USF Forensic Association The USF Forensic Association is organized to promote intercollegiate debate and other forensic activities. Tournaments are held not only in cooperation with state schools including the University of Miami, Florida State, and the University of Florida, but also from such places as Annapolis, Northwestern, and Georgetown University. Debaters even come from as far as Harvard and Great Britain. The Forensic Association is sponsored by J. Alex Huey. Club president is Bill Lupole, vice president is Mike Kaplan, and secretary-treasurer is ,loan Gross. 33 FRONT ROW: Bill Lupole, .loan Gross, Edie Lambert, Dick Sargeant, Mike Houllis. SECOND ROW: Claude Scales, Doug Rosentrater, Mr. J. A. Huey, Paul Feverstein. THIRD ROW: Kenneth ON stage with Readers' Theatre Guild members Brown, Rick Rumrel, Jade Moore, John Lee. Louise Brink, Tommy Thompson, William Alexander, Susan Stockton, David Rom, and Barry Sims Readers' Theatre Guild Members of the Readers, Theatre Guild present productions of readers, theatre and chamber theatre for campus enjoyment. Presentations at the regular Coffee House and special production this year have included "The Man with the Flower in his Mouthf' "Santa Claus ls Really the Bus Manf, and "Thurber Carnivalf' The guild is sponsored by Mr. Frank Galati, and its president is Bill Alexander. 197 ,J rl INTRAMURAL staff are: Janet Klein, Neal Earls, Emmanuel Harrageones, Jack Newcomer, Bunny Cripe, Connie Culp, Brian Gracfe. ,f Maw x , Ml .pf ag... ,M I 1 2' A Q15 0 '- fl -' 1-if 1 V . ' ZM ff L f 4' "0 ' ,f ,f f-1 . ,J , I f , ,..,f f 16' ff' Zu 'Mfr 2 ,. , i ff M yah. V1 I ,agp ,i,.::,g ti I ' I ,. K V X lf' If ,- ,, fx THE Intramurals staff is responsible for keeping a record of Intramural points and for the awarding of the Intramural trophy. Intramurals USF's Intramural program is organized to offer opportunities for students to participate in a wide variety of sports and recreational activities. The Intramural program is divided into three areas: Scheduled Competition, Where teams compete in more than a dozen sports, Sports Clubs, providing opportunities for enjoyment of many indoor and outdoor sports, and Recreational Activities, consist- ing of picnics, field days, and outings. Tournaments and trips are sponsored in conjunction with the UC Recreational Committee. -, MURPHY Osborne, bead of Intramurals, coor- dinates and supervises his assistants and makes l 1 f certain crucial decisions concerning various prob- MURP lems such as game protests. Standini offer Wide The Peas: ie in iding and nsisl. Denis 2 UC OFFICIALS are brlefed concern ing rules governing Women's Intramurals. C0015 ,makeS MURPHY .Osborne checks over current Intramural 5 prob. standmgs Wlth a student assistant. i 1 w K. J H K4 r u P, r r i E M N e SUS!! I y 42,5 wa y Vp E, 'A i Q fl ,in if" k 4, y - 15' A 'EJ I ff f' I 1. y CJ. 5 Xlpvirgy ,, , x f A,,f I X l , N ,., - 1 , x ' 1 I at 'ef , 1 'z I -V rv I I V' f 4, 1 ' V ffl 1 aff X , af 4 ,, i ,e, FRONT ROW: Chip Bright, Clay Steffee, David Elman, Cleve Watkins, Bart Birdsall. SECOND ROW: Fulton Barkes, Tom Jones, Steve Bloom, David Speck. CLEVE Watkins demonstrates his prowess by llgregking the holds of both Clay Steffee and Bart ir sall. 200 USF Karate Club One hundred members of USF,s Karate Club meet regularly to learn physical self-improvement through the art of Karate. The club participates in matches with the University of Florida and Florida State. They have also had guest speakers and instructors from Japan, The faculty sponsor for the club is Mr. Zerla. Presiding over the club is Barton Birdsall. Vice president is Cleve Watkins, secretary-treasurer is Wayne Abare, and publicity chairman is Albert Marshall. 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V V, ,Q Q, ff, , ff WA, W VV - 1 V , W W , f f if M M19 ., ,, . - , ff, , , ,, af, p- 1 44170 f ,Vi ww . - wV'7'x3, ffff, .4 l Wi, .,.. .V .,,., H, li, V I if as ,tn 1,2 ,W f '22 4, '- "f ' V, W 0, ' ,, , ,, ' 47 . ' '-f ' 0- ff , f ' : .. V, ,. - 1 ff ,mf N fn Tw, . if ,Q fjfz,2KQ?,,,,, 5 ,. , I , ,, .. ,X W .. ,,,,,. , . .,,, I 1 l I 3 F ? 5 Y 1 t 1 F x 1 l x l 1 l l ,l l l x FRONT ROW: Al Marshall, David Elman, Clay Steffee, Buck Salter, Bart Birdsall, Chip Brlght SECOND ROW Emmet DeVille, Jan Zysko, Robert Brown, Greg Ferguson, Steve Scott, Steve Smith, Phil Gehres THIRD ROW Bob Robinson, Tom Smith, Bill Greasy, Al Jenkins, Lou Michels, Tom Sutton, Robert Maas, Jim Creyson BACK ROW Bill Tibbets, Joe Cartright, Surfer Jones, Bill Munster, Sam Elwood, Robert Andretta. V , ,.f'f,,V,,::f.,fww1fv1"'H ' ,,,.. ., A Ski Club member sends a spray of Water into F the air as he practices his slalom. FRONT ROW: Dr. G. H. Mellish, Mrs. G. H. Mellish, Carol Trocki Cindy Attaway, Pam Lines, Judy Chapin. BACK ROW: Tom Friesi ner, Mike Suldo, Bud Mueller, Larry Ulvila, Gregg Poston Glenn Sudbury, .lohn Bedingfield, Tom Aycock, Fred Brisard. 3 202 Water Ski Club The USF Water Ski Club boasts an increase of twenty members over last year's club. The club was formed in 1963 with the purpose of promoting water skiing activities on campus. The team competes every year in the Intercollegiate Tournament at Cypress Gardens. Members gave shows this year for Lambda Chi Alpha and for the UC Recreation Corr1mittee7s River Rally. They also acquired a boat for the university. Faculty sponsors for the club are Dr. G. Hartley Mellish and Mr. Barth Ehgart. Officers are Greg Poston, president, John Bedingfield, vice president, Cindy Attaway, secretary, and Jim Griffith, treasurer. FIVE skiers build a pyramid in practice for the Intercollegiate competition at Cypress Gardens. x tllf Th ayh is .43 OSC CHI' llso ri fi the Sports Car Club The promotion of Safe Driving and an interest in the motor sport is the purpose of the USF Sports Car Club. The club, sponsored by Peter 0'Sullivan and R. J. Welz, is one of the most active sports clubs on campus. The club sponsors the annual Somad Nomad Ill and Beginners, Ralleys. Several members of the club have acted as officials at the Daytona Continental and Sebring races. President is Bill Dodson, vice president is Bob Feldman, business manager is Ron Doerr, treasurers are Steve Saperstein and Margo Davis, and secretary is Linda Pullin. 5 ,WJ , ' 4 2 A harried navigator makes some calculations in the annual Somad Nomad Ill. OFFICERS of the sports car club: Bill Dodson, Steve Saperstein, Bob Feldman, and Linda Pullin. Y M I 1 V ,, 'A M f.:4QH,g' .Q 3' if ., ,W ,WQV A f - - X f 'I' v fe,,,,?.fT2:j N if 1. 1799 X N 4, X 4 5 lm, NR I S W M' 81 Za'-117 mf 1 ,f 5' I 2' Q 'x X Q FRONT ROW: Mr. Peter O'Sullivan, Allan Barnes, John Kossow, Craig Pearie, Craig Peroutka, Margo Davis, Bob Johnson, Phillip McQuay. SECOND ROW: Tom Davies, .lim Bradley, lohn Rieth, Glen Woods, Jerry Netvick, Dennis McCalla. 'X W, 1 PT' f. TJ' M J AF Vi ,, ,H 4 ,,.,, J ART Fancher instructs Judo Club members Dr. Benard Fusaro, Beth Fusaro, Michell Miller, Tom Jones, John Randall, Lauren Thomas, John Stuart, Tom Jacob, and Dr. Steltzman. in FRONT ROWI: Nicholas D,Andrea, Jr., Robert Lane, John Petrick, David WiHtC1', James Johnson. SECOND ROW: Vincgnt Cassisi, Donald Higging, Joseph Pliego, Stanley Blank, Paul Dunn Wayne Carroll. THIRD ROW: Emanuel Chancey, John Nielson, Eugene Ferris, Michael Foley, Frank Henderson, Jack Lackland, Lamar Fleming. FOURTH ROW: Manley Lawson, Antonio De Varona, Neil Hendrix, Cary Sturm, Luis Cowan, William Cooper Jr., Earl Ralph. FIFTH ROW: William Opp, Michael Wedge, William Schulz, Luis Sastre, Jack Morriss, Bruce Kinney ir, BACK ROW: Roy Reynolds, James Link, Ralph Metcalf. 9 i 204 Judo Club Students at USF can learn Judo from qualified instructors at meeting of the USF .ll1d0 Club. Members participate in intra-club and state tournaments, sponsored by Dr. Fusaro, and coached and instructed by De Maley and Art F rancher. Officers are: John, president, Charles Allen, vice president, and Lauren Thomas, secretary- treasurer. Florida Engineering Society The Florida Engineering Society has petitioned the National Society for Professional Engineers and hopes to go national soon. One of the projects this year was helping run the engineering booth at the Florida State Fair. The FES is sponsored by Dr. Donaldson. Officers are: William Opp, president, Ray Fleming, vice president, and William Schulz, secretary-treasurer. P31 Pff W 1 "Fu ei Till lified lb. le i0aChed her. en, tary. J' 3 ioned gineers ur. ulz, Windjammers This year USF's Windjammers Sailing Club participated for the first time in an inter-collegiate sailing competition at Florida State University. The club organized in 1962 with the purpose of promoting sportsmanship in competition, providing weekend fun and relaxation, and teaching advanced seamanship. The Windjammers are sponsored by Dr. Egolf. Commodore is Bruce Zellermayer, vice-commodore is Riley Winas, treasurer is Frank Brice, and secretaries are Kathleen Barber and Carol Joyce. Plans are in the making for the hosting of an invitational intercollegiate regatta sponsored by the club. Basketvveavers "Fun, Friendship, and Fellowship" is the motto of the Basketweavers. Officers are Janet Klein, president, Susanne Casey, vice president, Trudi Stephenson, secretary, and Michael Tillotson, treasurer. Miss Margaret Chapman is their faculty sponsor. The Basketweavers aid with registration, sponsor an annual carwash, and participate quite successfully in various intramural activities. MARGARET Chapman, advisor to the Basketweavers .Jawa 1 FRONT ROW: Nels Florman, David Calmond, Riley Winas, Steve Stewarts, Frank Brice. SECOND ROW: Barrie Andrews, Jennifer Hentosh, Kathleen Barber, Allana Long, Joyce Judah, Mary Anne Butler, Dawn Smith, Carol Joyce. THIRD ROW: Larry Smith, Kathy Crossley, Judy Webb. BACK ROW: Sam Armstrong, Bill YVells, Terry Jones, Jerry Heath, Ralph Jacobs, Anthony Armstrong-Jones, Paul Slagle. FRONT ROW: Cathy Mattson, Sharon Sconyers, Nancy Fisbenger Sandy Cone, Kathy Manetta, Mary Pat Eschenbach, Gayle VanLiew SECOND ROW: Eleene Chobody, Janet Klein, Michael Tillotson Trudi Stephenson, Sandy Ellison, Dana Bartlett, Lois .Staggenborg Beverly Cather. BACK ROW: Nancy Godwin, Janice Schobert Adrienne Kusty, Mary Bakehouse, Susanne Casey, Loen Arrington 205 i J if X FRONT ROW: Anne Bergman, Linda Schreer, Gail Stewart, Phyllis Googel, Felice Emermann. SECOND ROW: Joey London, Alan Director, Gilda Garfinkel, Ann Porgie, Vicki Roussman. BACK ROW: Darryl Weiler, Karen Reiter, Steve Jacobson, Michael Wilensky. Tai Chi Chuan QT fat Jewish Student Union The Jewish Student Union is organized to provide a cultural, religious, and social center for interested students. The organization sponsors Lox and Bagel Brunches, panel discussions, and various dances and picnics. Officers are: Michael Kaplan, president, Darryl Weiler, vice president, Ann Porgie and Vicki Roussman, secretaries, Anne Bergman, treasurer, and Mark Goldman, Sergeant-at-Arms. X . may The purpose of Tai Chi Chuan is to teach members this exercise form of self defense. The club was visited by Mr. William Chen, TCC instructor from New York, who presented demonstrations and acted as guest instructor. President is Michelle Miller, vice president is Daryl Schrader, secretary-treasurer is Barbara Meixell, and instructor is Dr. Fusaro. The faculty sponsor is Dr. Washburn. DR. Fusaro, Jeff Johnson, Michelle Miller, Beth Fusaro, Daryl Schrader. 206 FRU Glori Myer Smitl J olmf ardso Don n J :r ice f Cir t 1 . J fl Ions, , , r 1 .A 1 l .Ap p. I 1 I Hx: v' I, Q : 'eg 'mg ,, y is it I , tgii-gi . r i LJ 4 b , f Ai FRONT ROW: Patti Hayhuest, DeDe Reed, Carol Baggerly, and Gloria Grovatski. SECOND ROW: Jack Algod, Barry Pasetti, Dennis Myers, Larry Hummel, Jim Smith, Ken Lavicka, Skip Monroe, Robby Smith. THIRD ROW: Jim Algood, Guy McGabey, Jim Pratt, Paul Johnson, Larry Helton, Dinah Weth. FOURTH ROW: Louis Rich- ardson, John McCullough, Jim Robinson. FIFTH ROW: Jim Krog, Don LaPointe, Glen Legan, Bill Bryan. Fencing Club The USF Fencing Club, sponsored by Miss Jo Anne Young, is organized to stimulate body coordination, gracefulness, and to promote the sport of fencing. Officers were Bill Rogers, president, Dean Morehouse, vice president, and Lynn O'Steen, secretary-treasurer. The club sponsors the USF Open and Closed Tournaments. If f Bowling Club Students with an interest in bowling are welcome to join the USF Bowling Club. The club has weekly league bowling at Florida Lanes, and sponsors a banquet for members every trimester. Trophies are presented to deserving members at this banquet. The club is sponsored by Jim Gibbon, manager of Florida Lanes. President is Ken Lavicka, vice president is Jim Smith and secretary-treasurer is Paul Johnson. ,ii-QI, 21 V .Ln ' .'-, .W , y,- if xy L, .lj . .f X ia 3. P t I KNEELING: Lynn O'Steen, J 0 Ann McCown, Bob Condon, Kaye Smith. STANDING: William Smythe, Bill Rogers, Roland Portas, Jack Griffin, Jo Anne Young, advisor. 207 3. 5559.0 P. .. 15' we 141, V1 n I MW' 'M .... u 1 11 . ,Lf .- U ' VF C.. '- X' F , ' 7 . 'f?lTf"i" ' ,542 - :L 1,1 vm. ,N V 1. SM n 1 fi 'f fiv pq V2 -'.,,,1 .X V ' 'PW' 31 , , ' '. 4f2f"L" A.. " . W 3 A 4 . wi" ' ' ,.. ., L .fr g ID' -. -I wg A . -'.."- , , .'f,y-15.1-'1,' J' ' .4 '- lg 1, . , f , : 1. - X 5, 5111 V, A ,,ffA.V-.,-., . 1, ,. V M ' 1 . if 4 4 ,iw 11.3. A . ' " A' , 'V ' :"'23-Y--1 MT " f f ':'wf:f pl., ' 1 i k, 1 1 1 ',3h'y?.. rw f yy 5:-4-, 1, , .fy I I if 1 1 1 W X ' I 1 1, .4 7 1 , , 1 1 f jf 'Z Q 4 X 'f Z f 1 f 415-a-1542. f - 1 X., Z 11... 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Soccer Varsity i , Coach John Holcomb held an enviable position in the 1966 soccer season. St. Louis sent to South Florida seven of its best soccer players. ln addition, Florida supplied an equal number of fine boys. Together with Coach Holcomb, y, y the team compiled a 10-0-1 record, which made il" 517 - them state champions. A high point of the season was the 4-1 victory over the perpetually strong University of Florida team. Again this year the Golden Brahmans sent members to the all-state team. These included Brian Holt, for the second year, Pete Tumminia, Jerry Zagarry, and Denny Myers. With only one senior A J , 1 A y graduating this year, and the majority of the il,la,n ,jgffr first team being freshmen, the 1967 season looks promising for the Brahmans. ,gzfs--,., - rj ..,, ,,', - 14, " , , V I ' I -wifi, 5 ,,,. .. .. ., , ,. 1 ., . HIGH point of the season was the 4-1 victory over CO' the University of Florida. 91 Stetson St. Lec lacksoi Univer- ,, 'mania . 4 up y lj I A 17, ,Q ff Univer: Florida .v Q UI1lYCI'5 R0lliI1s Sielsgn Jackson FRONT ROW: Jerry Reeves, Pete Tumminia, Bob Drucker, Jerry Seifert, Denny Myers, Wayne Jacobus. SECOND ROW: John Braley, Brian Holt, Steve Coltharp, Jerry Zagarry, Tim McEvoy, Bill Yates. THIRD ROW: Coach Holcomb, Roman Synychak, George Deheere, Helge Velde, Jim Houck, Jim Rabon, John Horvath, Bill Sharpless. 210 311 ers. Jade ly s olt, irry, J 1 1 COACH Holcomb ' ' g f ,, -ff-f ,- 1 - - Mfg' f, ,W jff 7 V f .iff Ml fi if .4 V 2' -QW Lf 4 '.e1' L 39 A ,L '- -cf ' , '3 - I f ff 5 "AL in :ra I 3 1 .' ' ' Q,Q2fQi ya. Wzemmrwd ' , : ff V. "'A?91'Lic ' ' f I W 11 Ziff? If 24 I I If I X! X I I 541 X' ff M66 f A W' 1 f I O , I if f Y Vy , , f 1 ZW 4 , ,A Jef f 1 f ff WWA : f , XXX ' lf f f" 1 f4'A' mjy:Lwzf,V- W71 ' mf, ..-fm "W 7619! 'ff'- f.f,.',1.',f1','W , ,- 1 f s " My ,gif Af ', ,gy .Vzffmzt ' '. . , 2 W-V" ZL"5.ff?2f Z' 4.1, ff f"?,',71f,f-'gff1f", . J , ' V Wfzyflwfifl 5Wiefw,V.e"Qw'1,.-944. + ' ,, ,- ' ygggy, W! fy' ,vi 7 6 wh V3QV'fVA'f1,2fy.f22f?+' J . -V ff '. , 1, 5, A ,nf A4 fy , 1 1 V CROWDS were attracted to the new game until a record crowd of 800 attended the Homecoming. OCCER Stetson University St. Leo College Jacksonville University University of Florida University of Miami Florida State University University of Florida Rollins College Stetson University Jacksonville University USF OPP. 4 1 13 1 2 0 4 1 4 1 4 0 2 2 5 1 4 2 7 1 64 MANY hours of practice to have a winning season. "iv - ' ' , ,, 1 Q ,. .1 A: I , , a 2:13 .iyfly Ag NFN. ff ff , "1 f ,, ,,,5i,,N,,i -.W 5 , . ,,e,4, 11.1 . , W1 ef E 'V 2,5 .,,- fl as . 2, 5 V,,,.,,x4,, , Yf,.5V-lyiv 5 L 1 r-1-5 . 4 - ' as ,,.:1,.,.,,.,.t were required in order .VV , 1 , ,I ,,. ,,u Q , f.,fz.',x .jd 2 1. ' ', 1 1, 'Mi 'dd V 1 nity.: sh 1 i yjkfi ,wld Q53 1. V4 's l 211 fm , 4 ,W ,L ! IW I I S ,. ff f "' 5 ffsrf' W' F I ff ff! I' 1 1,2 ' f 51, QL f'7 if ' ,fc ai , X ff PASSING down field against St. Leo is Helge CG BRIAN Holt was a second year man on the all- state team. Velde- 4 ,vs-Q., ut,-W- 'fit' Inf jr V! 1. FCA-Qhi PM . -W: v . Q53 T . 23,4529 all -e gill. "' Isl' 2 1 .,.,,, gg, fy., V , , . ,A "- -1 5 ta 'ri f.Q ,ijt ., 5, v ' V, :N ,ixfs THEIR teammates were always enthusiastic sup- SOUTH Florida tries hard to steal a porters. pass. ir , Lfvfm Ja J AL fielt 212 . , V I I .F gp' I Q 1 1 6 , fl If V X I 2,if,fff'5 7. . ,. if' 1 '. , f '. ,, -' . , , .La ,,, "!ifffw'f'f 2 . ' J 4 Q14 1 ,ZW , ,X A. . ' 2 'L 7 , ,, " ' L ff , V f -nf wffw, ' iz" J M., 4 9.4 ,, 75 i' f f f ' , , . , . , ,, . , .ff 4 , I ,, f V 'f f . iff wg ff 1, , , QM I , .: ' 'M' ff ' ., , f f tk f '- ' f :ff ,, , ' ., 'Y' A f 1, 1 WW? W ' 'f A ' Qt, V- ,I , A ,, ' 4 -' ' L 'fy w 'J ' wwff. ' ffnef . 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ALL-STATE Denny Myers moves the ball down field. FRONT ROW: Frank Couch, Lindsey de Cuehery, 1 Q ' r Q J if I ,AVA 12 , , ' ,,. - an - fi F54 ,fb ' 4? 1 , '5' if 5 1 gf sagf, v,.f V4 f .I i ATN 3 .2 X X 1 ,J f ' J 'lflQQf 1 Bill Keegan and John Williams. SECOND ROW: Dr. Hertz, Neil Jenkins, Jim Steere, Rick Mass. LONG hours of runninggare necessary in order to be in top physical shape. '2av'- 2'-XV. 9 Cross Country If one were to name a thankless sport, it could certainly be the cross country. Much hard work is needed to become an accomplished member. And to add to the difficulty, no one seems to notice when they do run in competition, they are too busy watching intramural football games, or the Brahman Soccer Team. However, this does not seem to kill the dedication and spirit of these fellows because every year they return to give their competition a strong opposition. The cross country team is improving and will prove to be even stronger next year. Cross Country Varsity University of South Florida 24 Manatee Junior College 42 St. Pete Junior College 74 Florida State University 18 University of South Florida 38 University of Miami 47 University of South Florida 49 Miami frosh '72 Miami-Dade Junior College Key West Junior College University of Florida University of Miami University of South Florida University of South Florida Miami-Dade Junior College University of South Florida University of Florida Florida State University University of South Florida 34 University of South Florida 25 Florida,,State,,frosWh A 30 University of Florida 35 University of Miami 40 Florida State University 50 University of South Florida 84 F ROI' Strickl Hague ed 1 ural 011 ring 1 z 1 3 3 1 9 z z 5 5 1 1 7 J 9 b 1 1 5 J J 1 FRONT ROW: Mike Curtin, Don Stephenson, Stuart Kalb, Biob Stricklin, Rick' Lehman. SECOND ROW: Charles Fields, R1Ck Ragnett, Dr. Bowers, Jim Britt, Ron Garcia. 'P' ' V Q ,y ,, , M we V i, ,,,A ' ,yf 24- ,, ,, 4f ' M . - 'zz - LINING up on the ball is Stuart Kalb. Golf Varsity Our young school has many new emerging teams, entering the intercollegiate battles. Golf IS one of the popular sports that draw more participants than the team can allow. In their first year of intercollegiate competition, the team participated in the Florida Intercollegiate Tournament, and completed the season in sixth place in the Florida Intercollegiate Golf League. Each year the team improves by experience and the addition of new talent. The 1967 season will be the proof. Golf Varsity EQ E Rollins College 10 17 University of Miami 8V3 QVZ University of Florida 2 27 St. Leo College 20 10 University of Miami 9 21 Miami-Dade Junior College 7M 105 215 ff , 3 nf 4 mf ALABAMA meet drew a record crowd. 'Q .W gli! f fp, "f!f7? 'f f , X ,, 7,94 f 4 , f ff 2"-t' ' 'V 4 M! ,J 14 . ,, 5 f rf? f z ff ' gf M , ' M USF swimmer pulls away to take the lead. Varsity Swimming Another team was in its second year at South Florida in the 1967 season. Coach Robert Grindeyls swimming team. This year the team gained many new and talented freshmen, and although they did not have the composure and experience of an older team, future seasons will more than likely find them standing high in intercollegiate standings. A high point in the 1967 season was the tankmenis engagement with the University of Alabama. The team faced much top opposition this year and they proved an equal to some of the best teams in the South. Swimming, 1966 15511. E1 University of Florida 26 49 Miami-Dade Junior College 56 37 University of Miami - 44 4.9 Florida State University 37 417 Florida State University 33 50 ' ir 5, P '. E, ,. - 57.7 ggixjxj 2f,W,,,x AIA? hlmdr I Q 'E 1 f Wife ft Z ALAN Stetler dives to begin the QUICK turns are essential in ' Z if! fl f Z 1 f X " "v' -'g'- i FRONT ROW: Pete Kenning, Alan Stetler, Steve Stelle, Mike lVIcNaughton. SECOND ROW: John Cummings, Bill' Kelly, Jim Morton, George Wear. THIRD ROW: Kevin Kelleher, Nick Piesco, Tom Houston, Dave Naffziger, Coach Robert Crindey. L ,V , ff ,, 1 i f Q . 4L,?f4v,,': .',. f6 ' . 4f,f2 xt, 4 " ' ' ,zfs-f' 1, - f H' Qt-lf' A, , 5, 1 ,M V , W' if ifgqt. X fl I-rj' . , A ' ' Vi", ,. . . ' ' Af' teas A , V . 3,-, gr.-, LONG hours of practice go un- noticed. f at H 2 y " , X A Q QU ,fs 7 ZF' is GIRUS Tennis team are Sharon Crowley, Elesa Nelson, Tish Adams, Miss Joanne Young fCoachl , Gwenda Adams, Debbie Garrison, Jackie Adams. 'XV unli-i"""3' DEBBIE returns with a backhand. 218 Varsity Tennis In their first year of intercollegiate competition, the Brahman tennis team had an imposing schedule. Although it was a young team, without the depth and experience of a longer team, they were always a strong and spirited opponent. In 1967 the team will face an even more formative schedule. However this year, in addition to its returning lettermen, the team will be strengthened by junior college transfers. Without a doubt the tennis team, with experience and new members will be even stronger in the coming seasons. Menis Tennis A Usr OPP. University of Florida 0 9 University of Florida 0 9 St. Leo College 9 0 St. Leo College 9 0 Middle Tennessee State 0 9 Mercer 8 1 David Lipscum College 3 7 Florida Presbyterian 9 0 Rollins College 0 9 Stetson University 3 6 Stetson University 7 2 University of Tennessee 0 9 Womenis Tennis USF OPP. University of Tampa 3 1 Rollins College 3 LL Stetson University 7 0 University of Florida 6 0 St. Pete ,lunior College 4 5 University of Florida 7 1 Women's College of Georgia 9 0 Rollins College 2 5 Ullllg El P. J l l P. l L D J 5 o ,, wma, l Z 4 N4 , V V V fr r , o 4' f A, any V , QV ,513 if V ,f -- -.v lg, VVV , V V I X f ,. 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V 'Mil iii -N4 ,511-V :I t 3-1 -' gf' .it'1f'f1m.,,',.,,,fM,""'7'H.1f4L!22"fA'2Lif'2i4'fA A 'V HOWZE demonstrates the backhand which has PRACTICE made him the backbone of the team. velop f01'm- F i 4 r I every afternoon is essential to de- 219 ' 'J .QQ IZURING the tournaments, crowds come to Watch He games, CVCI1 lf your fraternity or organiza. tion 1sn't playing, Intramurals Academics are only a part of the University. Another increasingly important part of South Florida is its intramural program. Through participation every student, faculty, and staff member has the opportunity to join in a wide variety of sports and recreational activities, ranging from football to tennis for the men, and from volley ball to baseball for the women. Under the supervision of I-M program director, Mr. Murphy Osborne, the intramural facilities and activities have increased each year. Football ARETE shows the form that made them football champions. fsityi I' i f, y , ..fO"f, A I W VI 7 U- loiiball 44+ I GAME between Enotas and Sigma Nu was close but Enotas won in the last minutes. Ag, TOP two teams in the fraternity league must play each other in the tournament. Enotas-Arete battle to see who will win the Fraternity League. EVEN a last minute pass didn't help Arete's op ponents as they Went to a perfect season. Basketball " T . 457 at M f 'fl fw:5',?N. k,.,gf,4f,,g,j, wwf A 1,1 ,fm QMWM3 TWO top teams in Fraternity B League battle to see who will play in the tournament. 222 ., ,fr , 1 ff? , 'if f ' :law , f- . f- , -f Y .fi I Jmnln is I, H' gf.. ZETA Phi takes the leap from Sigma N11- i"l:a::::1 ,, W! 2 JZ!! ! J . X --f' W , - flpfii, ,, A Q A Q kim. I . xy 'T BASKETWEAVERS are always strong contenders for the lead in woman's I-M points. lui? -Q WZ? Sv' 7 I 'V oftball 9 3 E E P3 sa i I I I ,M ,. wr' Eaf'f?ff 2 1 , f M1 f 7 f fwf f X f 4 if W 4 WZ? 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M .. . u 'N' A N., M 5 led him to Nuj to the Y 1 Y f.......,s..- 7 Y 0,2 WOF porta Swim partir I X him i0 to il16 Swimming I ...L Q' -1-oe-pg.. -on ?miinig U-214 ..L...,, 9 WOMENS intramural program is just as im- portant and big at USF as the Men's program. Swimming is but one of the sports in which they participate. Cross Country ,fy I , f 1 ,r f ,, , 35 .?41' 4 WAAIL f mt 1, KEEPING physically fit While enjoying the com- petition, cross country is a popular fall sport. l " 225 l Bike Race i A GIRLS enjoy the competition of the bike race SIGMA Nu pushes hard at the last lap to finish, even though the many laps they must ride. This but is beaten by Enotas to come in second. year the Basketweavers Won. ::g,.,..a--H EVERYONE starts off at the same 'pacea but soon riders must make stops at the p1tS- Q 1 83 Y", nish, but 4 Volleyball , lf. ,fthii W - .6 'G-Ilaf 0. ' , , ENTHUSIASTICALLY the crowd watches as Kappa Delta takes the lead in the volleyball game. f Mfiqy? , Zyl , fa ' ' 25' Lila 1 4 KAPPA Delta takes the championship in volley- ball and leads the sororities in total I-M p01ntS- Intramural Points l965-66 Men Enotas 86216 Sigma Nu 85215 Alpha 4 East 717W Alpha 2 East 67224 Phi Delta Theta 545 Alpha Tau Omega 485 Beta 2 West 44.5 Beta 2 East 442W PE Majors 43215 Beta 3 East 425 Beta 3 West 420 Women Basket Weavers 995 PE Majors 855 Kappa Delta 720 Delta Delta Delta 625 Tri SIS 527 Epsilon 1 East 275 Epsilon 2 West 130 Western Bed Bugs 90 Delta Zeta 90 Epsilon 2 East 85 227 ,1 i .v F ii . , .3 I iii? 1.-5' ii- - 1:4 ri' :H Elf gif? 9:1 ' 2, ,iv 1, , If a fg wi' if I .ri 45 L- +V ' 44 x ' 5 if I- ,lf I ,yn F 12 ' nv! 1+-1, , fs, W1 'J 1 .31 :J Ag! A - XY 3 'MI Ng 11 X cr? W n, " 1 lf, K, .' .al .1 , H 2 f.: 1. ya W L4 ,q 1. 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'f 1 I if V f ,-. , I Ai X! f fi : f rf I s E QE 2 , 3 m A 4 Jessie Adams Kathryn Alkire Patricia Allen Harrieta Almerico Cl We adam,-'J' 5 5 Arlene Alvarez Ronald Alvarez George Alzugaray Robert Anderson 1 ll Elaine Argyros 9956 'ff' Armando Armas Richard Bachman -"f , 'l ' ' H j il , l- 2 I V.. 1 :If ' -41 ? . . ,,., af Mft., M A 52 2??f?E3i12 f . David Bahmiller ' 'I-,,'fAi,' 4,-ik Sue Aflmld John Askew Edwin Babor for-....,,, TS fx I5 Lg- E.,-. . f"'X 1"-v Q Carol Baldwin David Baldwin Lyla Baldwin Charles Barfoot Janes Barrett, II ,I .1- ,5z.y,2:y3'g,ffyifgymyea.-',:fZf 1 515.5 wg " 1 f' ' r7,.,,4-wr-.ffzf 'ff' -4:f:v41.,w -, 23541304?f,f.:3w,wg?"' ,, K' :y,.n.'. .' , ZA, -f ,Z',jyQQ4f!,?i '11-'EW f. "az, " -' ' ,,.:'!zfM I , M.. . . ,, ffsf- A - 4 "" - -4 - , ,xmff 1.1 ' 5' . r f eff .1-5 , if i . -, ,ff Q. Y ' -z,.-Agfa ' - 5. Mi :ez 5 , . f 7 - - .-zz maven -f - ' Q 41334 "N " 'Q' Q - - .A ff an 2' 'ff ff" W' ' Q - fa' 19x . ., s - -Q , - , V . -V , 1 S, Q 'fr ' " i 4 QU .af 1 1 ' ' .' ' f, 5 2 . X 3 , 23" i Z ' 1 ' S.,,,,.' e fa, - 5 ' - Q' l ,I ' I ' , x ,,A ,. 1 i A ga V It fa 2397 - ' jf John Barnes Ernest Bass Mildred Barnes Wilson Barnes Douglas Barr Ffi ...n,.,, N ,i,.. ,iaa B aiaaaa 'fm 'Sh an 1 i Barbara Bates David Bates Willard Becker 231 . ' ,. . A.A. ,. -V .. kg , 2, , . ,.-.. . mx... .xr ..,. -7.4 ..-1 .,.- if V' ,4 V ' - K , fi? l W.. X. .V ' . -. . iff! if .-5 f' ' Q iiiigi , . i I i,,,.1iS-. i ff- fl " ' X. .1 .-.- . Y' Ii iii? ,. a1f.,y,AY MW 1 , . - WN f E l ' V K ,' ,C 'J-'4Si.":t X 5 .' ff 5, .1 - iam-, ' Q V,,,.:, .az . .. ,, Vx. , Z. ' if" 5 f.5i1r2.2-F 'V , - kviilfglifl ' . .. Sis? ,,., . 5 1 Beth Benson Wx Bernadine Beringer Kathryn Bernard W -wg 'UN ,, 4 I 'vw l"al xg, Q l ' A T? ...B A 'Dy ,ff ff! ,fl P x I. x B Magdalen Besenbach .loAnn Birkenmaier ' .-1+ ..!- fd' .ff Uv? .4 T Carolyn Black Wayne Bond Lynne Borus Alan Bouverat David Boynton Tw i Yix ' 1 5 , I . 2 Ve ' 5 M, Linda Bradbeer George Bradford ,lacquilin Bradley John Braley, III -k--'-- v-Vu,--:,-1-V':.::-,NrV-V: ,-,- ,E f,.-. 1:-hm.-,,.:.,.. ,.,. --.- A W., WWAM William Branch, III F... o..,oo U. "Q . ,- . P Q. 5 ., 3: ,-nfgzvx-+Qf' V-,,-X ' , , , ' 3"- ,V 1.525 I 'ifizfw i ii . f ., Iv, t, V X ' S J " , j 35l.:,L.5:yZ ,Q V I I - l , .V G H 1 ' V, l"l'7fl'-i 1" , 15' Q-iv' I . ' ' V ' ' ' '.f5Il:.i5:zE2-5-it-.V V Wea. .V , ' - -..::-:if -fV.n:5SZf1V"2'IT: i'2Q:2Ef-1f.E,5t '1'gffI-iffmfii " 'V V -' ' Eugene 232 ,,.,.f Bfandml Carol Braxton R B ta Brown aymond Brosch Ronald Brower ef .I nc orga Saul P 4 of Willy They came and matured-through academics, organizations, their society. , at 'YDS viii' B Richard Brown John Brownlee, II Jyles Bryant Charles Burdick f ' -.H I 5-Q-Bl , i" ' A Q 5. O. -4 I 1- in ' C f f now as r Y' Y 1 'N' 1-.,r:f" 3: 1 .1 vi i f r , ? sl 1 t ,na Sandra Burns Hortense Calderone Winston Caldwell, Jr. Robert Calvert Ch, III ff MII William Camp Mrs. 'Susan Campbell Daniel Campo Mary CHITIPO e . , '? 5 l Donna Burgess f" B Vivian Calvert at-Hy-1' rf-'Ir I ' 154 Jorge Canizares l 233 Susan Capacette 102111 Cappolino Patricia Carroll Terry Carsten Ara Cauvel .lames Chaki Yoon Ja Chung Marilee Clapp 234- John Carlson -qfr' Howard Carter Alton Chapman I ..,. . , .,... ,..,,, - s -. ..1 - z :E - is f:--112. ' f-'ts' . ' sim ,R-N,-,,. .. - K - Xa-.q.,, 45552314 71.-43.3.-. . 7, j,,.4:'RsV, X K 4 . .qc-3 X . , I: .--Sig! ' wg-X s liiqf izaz N X Q3 f ' is . 1533, is :xg -A vi , -1 ' lffi F62 K V' we ' 1 N. -fi-. X' ' 'il .Y fi 2? :xv 'f-5-Q, :""f "-- VE' L: Qi ' I7 ' ,Lf j"25,Q.g1g " 1.5.32-5' l ' "' 1.iff'+:5 'i- , 6 a , ,41- , 5 , -4--1-v:r2:,::.'. , ' eff'-: -. .3351-.-...-'v5:-351' ' -4:':':'.:1-was 1 fa., .,:. 2 ,Q , r - -- Zv3xz':z::: - V' r,-, , A14 ,-,. . ,,.. -.,', - Q L rifgffsx'-2:3:i.-5' . . . . . . ,-E. .lean Clark n.. r j Judith Carlson Melvin Carrier zor- Myrtle Casey Vincent Cassisi "M l4"'i Wwl . l Q l . . i ,...-- Samuel Childs Roberta Chiprut John Clark Madison Cockmall f fl i tr fl l 1 V l f L V DR T ,"T7'5, ..-19 'v"+wf-rf ar .' ...fy 1- f E -? I vt f' ' ' ,' 'rier ' I sisi llt Il It was a year of seminars: Senior seminar and area seminars. DR. Howard Cowan lightens the topic of contemporary science with his humor. "f'::.-v ' Gary Coil Mrs. Catherine Coit Sandra Cone Mary .lo Connell f""2 ffm ,uri ff hs. A Sharon Cook Carl Colandrea Thomas Collins '- 5-.-4... ...4 73 E- A James Cooney Candace Cooper William Cooper C7 ,', A ,.-. And for the many Cdl1C2ti0n majors, it was the Year of the internship-the year to put it all into practice. f .,,., ,. a Qfi r , I is Q 2 fa-as James Coppens Edmond Correia Victoria Cosgrove Luis Cowan Bernette Cripe X4 Siegfried Cropper James Crosley Edward Crowe Larry Croy James Cunningham Barbara Cushing James Cuthbertson Francisco Damas Nicholas D'Andrea, Jr. Don Darrach 236 3 l Lawrence Darvill Madeline Dehan Linda Dohle Alfredo Duarte 42" Dawn Davis Eileen Del Pozo Ralph Donovan, Jr. . ..,,,,f-4.-V:'f75?ff?j5?"f"C'f?"7'5'W'f?"f"7T"'f7'f"f"7"""""f'i E jp.. . ' ,. 5 -' '- ' ' 31525-'K-.'fffE'-.Q ' '. ' 7. - ' , , ' gg ' V f I 3 1- 1 ,, e . J :fc .111 , , f -ae' , , - ,- , ' . wir: ' i , Q ,mymal-'J A A HN :E , 'sq'-A Q ' i ris, ,- 5 5 1' v gy Y' , J Carol Dudley v D me 5 1 1 U'Yx "f 1 ,4 xw .D .,, l 1 4 Dennis Davis AVIJ I V-V Carol Diamond 1 if 5' 250 1 is W , , .f 4 l .W V14 1' ,A . E ,gn-.,sff,,E-'i'f A 'J :,y!g?if3z' i :L 1 if'-'W l 4' GI' K 'Q ff aw 'PX Iv' I, X A ,W 2 f ,V . if .lames Davis, III 6" Y N- William Davison F' :f A' "ef ll f xx A' I . liz . ' , .gkprf Ya i ,, ,M,,fi ,I ws.. H. Josie Diaz Angelo Di Salvo F,,,?,..,.,,- ..i., Lettie Doughty Jacqueline Dow is ll 'sv Virgmia Dowling , x '1 . A ,X Fiji, Wx, fi sa f x. T l V I 1 qt., , x. -N, C3 CD "I 93 "1 ca.- U s: Ph C-'T :zu 'U D9 5 fl- N U :: rr 0 3 V1 SD FU 1: FF :- U s: wr- CU + 237 I tl 6 Year of exams --the departmental exams for graduation t was 1 tha NTE for teaching, the GRE for grad school David Dukes, Ir. Larry Edge David Ehlert Patricia Eikeland Joseph Ellis, .lr- Sandra Ellison Vicki Elmore Joseph Engel Jghn Engelhart E Max Epling 238 l F Mrs Susan ESS1g Edwma Eubanks ,WN 54 I Daphne Evans ff iff- Sandra Fanning v r 5-HUF' T Essie Fechter OH, 1 l Ei 0 l f , u Q .qu X 2 'Civ X T I ' l N g N, I I ,A I ' ' Qs . Q 1 ' A, E K, t ' J , A sl - ' . ' f ' l 'ff 4 I ' 1 ' I . I rrzf I I I Ir. I I Florence F elty Eugene Ferris Kevin Flynn Susan Fender ,.,,., fp. ., 1 -ff ,.f11 ., .I Z"i:A:.,,L.,f -1 I. -qi ,,43,g'5,.'f:g 2 , ' ,J V V ' 1 ""' ' ef-ga- ' .1.4,,,, ,V qsr, g',3.r4g,,1'1 'pg-1 . - Ury. . , :,:Iz5::f?1fXE1? ' tuxr'-' Sa.. r-C--qw Y X ,. Q y.4:m V ., 4 H, A ,927 ,, ,, V, xr Wm s N X N " Q W rig." "i.5I.'.. A ,Q I wx X N 2 ' K Y Q A .gtk y QW .x li' Bxmf-au, fg ,L . Said ' 321.2 X. .- . jr X, :rf :lf-i ,br Q .V S lv 5 g ,. 3,f3 5f?f?l . f 3 ,,'I 3 I-,I. II,, 2 wif I Q, f z, 1 , Ia,, I, I Y ff for + eil I Lawrence Fine Michael Foley ,ir'fT:7.'TC"z5' pf. 'Q aff" -Q z' rff FAI' Dennis Fernandez wk ..,,.p' Edward Fisher 'UIQ Diane Ford 1:-r-'rf' Louis Fernandez ,f-'-., M""Ns, 462- '1"' .7 I I I Rosalie Fleischaker fE7" if Qu...-f Virginia Forrester .,,.f Gayle Ferrara i, I I I rw 2 I I ,V arf' 5 I Lamar Fleming 4 . ,E r?"1sp-?"'3.,f'T'?f'f.1-W11 V' , F' Amy, V If-, f so ' - . .J I -I ' ,. , 'F-f lx' ' 3,'C.'. ""' , ,ci 1' Julia Fortson I 239 .f . I 2 loff1Q.EQ,"fe'K t -,ya fy .11 . , Nia' "elf 'ilkwijjf-2531? if 2 '- ...A 'nm-av' f Irene Fowlkes : bf i :L -V, tv-...X fffrw K 1.4 -.wi Michael Gadd ,f,,,, James Gates Larry Goodman 240 Myra Frasure . ,Wa i. :,4,Qj,:V,g sr f' 4 , .V 5.4 1,37-f"f4f5,3, fp N f . a r ' 'Q 0 wr Mrs. Aida Garcia fx z 1 M n in ' A17 f . , if 1 5' , f 'WYE Leonard Gimpel iff MWA , ' T05 i ,mf .ludith Goodstone 1 - ---" f ,leaf ' , 1 , , Z If, 1 : ff gay A, .. QR, V 1, 'agar We iii V 4 zfybxgi I 4 V I: . V 6 C , ' A Aw f ,msg-N , .3 Q-gang Z ae: ?4 Q 6 E f -s az:-+ A Q, ic' 1 4 f ,f 14 1 Q i ' ' .v2.'a1P .:2f4:f? I 12,2514 551254 Giiziz, .1999 ,ENS-494' er 3.4 ., , , .. ig-.l'2'i":'q 21rf4fs1w::1- 'r ' f E52 -5? Q w fy: .1 5 f . f4ii4f:3i:ZiffZ!ii.f1"" -S ami 1 ,..a,a,.s.s.a .f. James Freeman Kathie Fuleihan , V V "L,a2'Jaf.,,h ,M wth 1 ilV5fMu,,t T V : 1 ,X , -" Mike Garcia, Jr. Robert Garner xg, I K K if fa - -:Agn-f" .R . Nzvb ig: i,.1 i ,, .xg A Y Z N .I ff x x N xx S i X X I xx is 'Q ki' r u xg Q X Anthony Glenum Frank Goldstein 'CTN' - 05 Gary Goreth Gretchen Graves fr Robert Fulop Shirley Garrett Susan Goodall XNA X .--sr Shirley Greenfield W Gif-faf22a1'1'2z'f'ffFf-!if!e'izw' ff'1i1222'fi, f. "1v1v'-4 1, 'wil-f fi' zfQsa,if4v,ffgg17g:fs'gy-,:vff,,g 1,,gg,ji-,,':':g.i,j1.,Ei1' , - via, ' :lui V1 Y2f,'as:ae:X:i75'2Zi1,qi? 3- K ffifei-11 12'EQ"5"6Z', V- Wliaafiiiailaz 5 fl, :af ,-1-w,z-:ag-:Z -f ' . aw -few 2- -4 1:-.: -1 ,, MQ 1 f-aa. , But better, it was a year of no exams-at least not during the notorious Final Week. I 'Q' Z AD L 7 Andra Gregory .lames Griffith Mary Groenewood Peter Grossman .,.,W,-,M,,..,f,1f-M.-.ff-Z, 1, ,,,- . , xv,xW, -4 -f.-,- Q was -f-W.-,.-,f.,. f ,.-,. D ,,.,,,.,,,.,..,,,5., , , ,,.,, , ,, ,.,. .,., , ,,., ,.l.,k,,,M,,,f,:,Z.4 . ,M ,, ,, ,, , , K W ' '-H-aff w.:-gsgvblaf fi. :Y 2 t i2 5,,ig , , : F - M , . ,qi 1. Jaxx, Q A is E.. D ,:.. r it i X'W""' 3 as 5' pi! ,4 I5 V i 'erer 'V s f,f, ,,.. 433' fy-,,. 95 , 1 K ,,,f ' , N -wa"aw c , . 5 M Agway. . ,Xl A ' J .,.Lk A 4, , I I .W '-'--M...s..s' , -4 if-' Qijvfgflwf . '73 , H-f YQ, 1 ' T .,., X . . ,. ., , ,. , 1 5521:-' ' " I -'H-f1,s:a-a:W.,1,.. ' ' ' , A f ,M 1' ar 4? ,..j,l5j .,,. I jg .,fA. g fat e.,'A K MK , , A A ,ws am, 2 5 Q, 1 mf x in 3 5 , w ,gg , E? Q' 4 Q. ff A '- '. Y aa ' -. 151551325515 1 , ' Mrs. Myrtle Guarino Floyd Guinop Larry Guitan David Guy f-Q, gli 3 mfirv Dwight Hale, Jr. David Hall, III David Hamway Eileen HGHSCH oh" Edward Grzywinski '-sf ' 1u'f"" Holly Gwinn V, no-fr' 'WS 5.1 Merrick Harding . 241 . .,. l7?23?YfZ'73WjT'j7'?f'Q4'717I7'f'ff1?f'jf'f'75f:'ZS'f77'?"'.v I I l i 3Tl - U ' Mi . l f f 1 W sl iy W '14 l fi D lx V1 ' ff? if ' Q 49 X W J S 2 f rf .f Q ' ,wr if 'dr' I j 4 if 7 ff 7,3 fi X, , fin , 4 X I A 1 f N..-f"" Gary Harke .lohn Harper Mrs. Joyce Harrell Ronald Hawkins Ellen Hearn lifjp ,J Lf Vp rr' W fe- " -ily, we Sharla Heck Shira Hefley Frank Henderson William Henderson Leonard Hendricks P912 :5f7:,E3"ffE' viva 'I-3 x ' 'iififcif' ?- -'Qi Z , . , . " ' f2i.??:,,1 t :jug ,la H Q fi ,. , IJ, , . 1 . w f,':j.Q,551':32ggEr,f - a I .Q . 'f:'I"' , ' , QI'-2, . ..v:wf""' , fi '3 Q, 'Q' ' -, ",' ' 'L . :gg 'f if Amqjf flak , V ' ' 4. ,., ,-1 xv fi ,ff . l u - 531.2 .f-' 'Q ,' . 2: . gy.. '35, -,aw f t t if Q: X: My mt I ' 1, I '4b2,7U,:-V, M59 it V , -2 1, fffjf '5 V, .im-iL5.:. f .Q 1 f- 1+ ""' . ' "5 U X . .,.. ,- -.,:3-,:,' 1:-.f.-'-r--If.fez:'z1:hz:::,.z,:sV ' ai: 'czv-.oaqlfiv-321.24 Holly Hendriksen David Herold Daniel Hersey Lawrence Hilker Alan Hill Ste! 1 H V E, , l X w 1 ' I l l , . , , ' x Joseph Hill Mary Hin Mrs' Nancl' Hill Mrs. Roberta Hill Robert Hiott 1 w 242 ,, 232 , In ' sf' P 2 .. 5, I5 sg 4 1 - I The senior year means the fellowship and the work of new organizations never open to these people befgre 45911 iw, ,- 431, Stephanie Hlas Marsha Hoffman Sylvia Hogan ms-2:5 Bobby Hormuth Thomas Hornung f AN X175 A .X Sara Holland 'vw' Sally Holt www' 'Sl' Karen Hosking James Humrich Carl Hunt, .lr The Senior Class - an organization, an association of seniors and for seniors: it is them, their 3CtiVi'liCS, their projects 1479 and William D. Hunter William R. Hunter Robert Hurd Helen Hurley Charlotte lppolito ,,,f,,fffz, , JM, gy,z297ffff,f,f,, f ,, ,-'-wwga4 Q. X ww rjfw WW. ,V , an pf ? Q f X for , 0 af f - ow , grrzfrftl gif: 'Q , ..,,f ,j,:. jg, -V. , 1 ff fa V f Ill Y ff' , ,ev 5 1' 4241 K U! s I 77' .N ' Mrs. Barbara Isham ' 414, ,f f Charles Jackson 7' ,, I I ,,VVkV,., ,,,, ,,,,, K . , ,.,,,.,,, .. ,V.,,,f David Jameson, Jr. Thomas J aroch 244 :3::j:'g3-1-3,,y55 V,.f 1 vLj 3g'3:.3'5gg51,-5 13,5-1i7,55,:g: Joel Jackson Stanley Jacobson Ronald James ' at rarl :ff arli J J an ,2'z,'i's'l'El:r,i1 -41 f "."f " ' P ' 'n'rnr r v 'e,' U -' H g "-' -. .,',' - -- '32-,., Q J c g ' Q- -1 ,V . ,fr . , .f. fiwiiiii ' A if ' " , 1 1w:vff':jq .. , Gfffif' " ,f ' . Kathleen Jenkins Jerry Jennings Marysol Johns I if "" 5. Y 5 ,i 5 v Y V , YSYIVN 5 t ' 1 .SNQVUA 1 'NTT' 9, 4 l 11 9 X wqga K - x. x t X Elizabeth Johnson Lois Johnson Marvin Jones 59' Ish. 'gy Q N Nga, f Q W ::i"'lf.,.r. isa. . .: J l ,,,... , X X' if " I 9 X X . ,fa V' Q2 1 5 X 1 1 MVS, Q-s5m"!gilf+f."A'i, Q X ff'-Y , we , ,, . :N ,fw':,,..Wy.. K. wx . M X X ic .,.,., i..i, , if Judy Kahn Michael Karton David Keene .-fum 46" ' M,-M ,f N Ronald Kelly Geraldine Kilgore Carlton Kilpatrick 'VN aff" Bruce Kinney Marion Kinney Sandra Knight 'sv 3' .., 1 Janice Jordan Freddie Josey ' "M , 12' Q vi' Ti . .2 ws., ' i X , , I I I fi, k l A ', N. 5 'Q li Lining, '-',,. ,.r. V ia..- , -W Kenneth Keene Marshall Kelley Frou Q wang 419 'far 1 a F N . 'f 3 ' ff. J ' 2 -2' .X g mi.,-.-,.ff Jerry King Thomas Kingcade 1 ' Chester Kotake George Kruger 245 lf Senior Class Oflicers: George Nazfb, PI'CSi-dem? R3-Y Fleming, V106 Presid-em? I Audra Gregory, secretary, Rick Brown, treasurer. GRADUATION-a time to move a tassel, to receive a diploma, to begin. ff f f 1 5 2 ,fm W. ,M -' ,,,1s-Re., , 4, ftx gig? , Q, ' ,Xa Joyce Kunnick Susan Kutzer William Lamkin Karen Lamport Vicki Lancaster Eliza! -i.' vt N0-1 kj.- Robert Lane Gary LaPorte Ann Larkin Irene LaRussa Michael Laughrey R831 246 7'-s..x 4 n ft L Judith LEIWIGIICC Marie Lazzara Pamela Ledhetter 1 ,fftw ,.,,, . ,V , Q H 1'd'Afvv1.,4?'- ' wfifi 'ilk ' , 1 ' .' ' r15fffv51f4gk,.fi: ., , ,. ,tit .,.,. V q ff fp -as , X f 2 ' - .. , f' K 5:3 ' , , , 'fe 4:6 t .,, , X ff WRX N H Louise Leopold Fred Levesque Nanci Lewis .. 12:5 . V 11 4:31-3 M I f f 7 7 ik' Qmvfw' 4 4 ., .W QA ,, 34 VEN- M! X, , 4. -, ,J ,z 4. Elizabeth Liehach ,lenny Lind Diana Little ,, ,g ! ,xx X . ff Raymond Long Michael Longnecker Golfii Lllfltke xx ci? Karen Lefton Roberto Lehr I ff"lf"""""""""W "" 'im' 1' 'L I V, ES,-. 47 .1421 pn Uv- ,,', , ,L i -1 V X. mf. .W ,. 9 L Shelby Lewis Jose Lezama 'F 4 'W Q V L 'WW L 1 L 5 4..,...,.., ,A ,V , dx . fr? l, ,l gi, ' l .4 Suzanne LoCastle Linda Lohe 7 4 XE I t 4 4.-5 L ll L cfs L A L , L . 3 QW J 5' 1 , l ' la" 3 Q52 l 1' "C" 'I V ,711 Cerita Ludwick Joseph Lumia 247 1 4 kazaa. 26 yggyfyf , , Zffiiff, , g- ym , . :V WM' ff I tif ll?Zv Aera' 'QZQQQ , ff ffff ' ffm ' ,R 4- Nancy Lunsford .lohn McArthur Rosa McElralh Murray McGarry Richard Mahy Shirley Maksim Robert Manz Wayne M aris 248 l9f'i::,gQjzif1,g1 :L 'f,' jf ,!,'2'i2 1- , " J'V ' -'I LC , ' 'i'7'i'l5'211k Y- , 1.441-w.f R A r r V f ' , ' -11,-115 ,Q fm, gz :Zzy:tg1. ,fx pf: I f fn ,,., ' V 't "r' ' 5' N, , H Charles McCaskill, Ill John MCCOIHSICP Ronald McCord thx Barbara McGraw Roger McMurrey Ernest MacFerran 'X ff'- .lohn Malafronte Harry Manoa Phillip Manker or fl -l0YCe M-31'kS Janet Marsee John Mashbum C1255 fun ill Michael ,lean T Rohm M Class actlvlty the annual Senlor Class Dmner Dance fun and food and most of all frlendshlps n l,...f'P"N Mlchael M6kSI31t1S Marllyn Menendez Charla Mercer Barbara Merrlam Ron Meserve I I . l . l. ' o Q Y W . -. s. Y' -:R Q osx we 'N ,. NNN My x X-ow - y ,xl K 'Ku . 'W l Q D A j-' V' 1 1 ,l 1 N' , . . . . l V"7f""" I 'QYVV1 x 9' 5 E , I Y I A . X ua . i' A 'Q Q. ' ,,.-W .' 'WN ...l 'K N' Z Q V I -x., ,J f I Z X Jean Meyer Charles Miller John Miller Roger Miller Susan Miller 5 f I E E 'I Z I ri- L 5 V 5? , , ,,.r, ., l Ihfxw I, 'sf .ro o f l 1 Q 'r1l l . 'xzff' Robert Milliken Linda Mims Jeanne Minnich Mary Missing Carolyn Moofo I 1 24-9 ,,,,., V .'f,' X' ' , I ' fviiff' 7 1 is Gail Moore Richard Montalbano Mary Muether Patricia Noe 250 V W . mzwvfsie-iff:-'if:-cfiff., ,.,. ' 'I"5 Eifigizffig lf V 4 -- 11,1-:.:5miQ.r22-1?qzivf'' ' 04,1 i f' . m:A2f2:g64',y 51' :, mf -X94 ' 'f,7:,e.1g,,-. - , ., -, 41 ,?.,fgZ dy -up wr, -,W f., ck ,L .,i,Q,j:y' WMV-,Lf X7 .4 fr , P i ,- ' ' G ' 2, ' " ,' wwf, ww f ,MM , E044 - My . aoi . sr ' f , ,fr A. , , mfr:-:W I - , - .,.,:w-,V-, 1'-gf , - . A T ,4'iE'f'f17" Hg u , , , ,4 . Mary Moore Rebecca Moore SIIGIOII Moore in K raw N 1T2"7' NN., A s , ,lack Morriss Kathleen Morton Sandra Mountain ,. eirr, i 4' 1 I if 5 ' l . M - ?:ggji,Qga,p igg he L, , Ikkk gy 5 t i . ,,g.,,. , ,V .,,., :X ,I .Q . g,' 1 1, ,N E 'fs A?'7fN?f5"3:' :iff ' K ' ' zf.,z,gfQ,, Q , K- X, X: Q ' L 2, rpg, , ,'.,fZy,- if , ia... f , .2192 ,Q ,L Muriel Mullins Susan Nabbe Gerald Nager Edward Nousiainen Sam Nuccio, Jr. Gary Qakes Mrs. Diana Montalbang E Ronald Mrozek George Naze Gary O'Conner C12 5121 1 M James X. lflixem Hilo Class project-the Senior Satireg a slanderous slapstick of their years at USF, PUWN' IT is the culmination of years of education and years of effort. It is graduation. f----- --- -f f H r U V x W., ,-,,v,, W K , U ,H W, , ,V " '--- 1 4 -nfl" 1. s ' 2 r :swf s r 2 Y , gy ' O V X V t s i , . 4' 1 James O'Conner, Jr. Thomas Ogden Robert O'Leary Charles Olson, Jr. William Opp E , vw 'fhx '1 V Q Vincent Osborne, Jr. O Jack Qsmann Mich e l Ott N Lisbeth Outten Mrs. Marjorie Owens 251 l It was 3 kind of nostalgia, that lyrical lampoonlng of the personalities, organizations and follies that was the 'ilest of the Colden Beast" 2'-2:--'zz Q fFf"fwi 5? f' t-- . , .. ' " .- t 5?i.L5E7i,i1, ,, .5 H 5, 7' f' . 2 fail 4 Virginia Paiz Rose Pallonari Sharon Palmateer Emoke Papp ww rw! Carolyn Parkins Stuart Patton Carol Pascall Linda Pearman Scott Penrod Anthony Perez Steven Permut Richard Perry L Olga Pate ,- axw John Pearson V y-. t L v ., -...-, - ,---,' ggi- K , - mi- - 1 t I. I ,FZ I ,i , . .-.i ,N ,. -. -K 1 - :,.:.:fs ' l , X . -X -Q ,, -ra: - ,ax we ' .,, N :QA if X Vince John Petrick .lah Z v nn so , im I i 5 ! I V i .1 v I 1 N73 1 ' 1 1 3 I 1 y. E David Philips Vivian Piniella fi aff 1? aff!! I.-I . gf-5 yf 55,5 iifff . W1 Vincent Puglisi Janet Phillips ,-,,,,, , . , M.:-, Zz' ' ' -' f fiify- . fi' ' . .- ,f-" A ',f""i John Phillips Vilma Prendes Sandra Pupello John Ray Cosmo Re' .,,,,. ,. .. . . . f , , 2 ,,,.,,f,,,, 1 -.,f,, ,M A . , C If 3141.5 f- V. fp,- y S13 ge: jf ' ' ' , ,,,fj-:,'- ' 'j-Za! ""' if ' " iz, ii' 4 "" , Tia 'W fb ' 221 - '.5i': f',, .2 -fi 45.5, I ' iw if-ff l ,Jw 5 Y -,iw 5 if L Zi" V 1 5- a E ef 2 "f" , , "vw, QQ, 4, 'f 1. ff J H4 .,...,, .. ., , V M 4 1 Q Z W , v-,M a 1. 3520 , ., - , 1 , ,. ,Eriz 1 ' ' f QQ, A Kathryn Prescher ,loan Purdy V Grace Reeder l 'Wx .- E Scott Phillips ",'?+'75- -,lv , I 41 Nina Pridgen .,,.. ,..,,, V , 1 IW r I ff f ' 4 fs QW - 1, 'A 5 V 2 ,f ' 'i ' 2 y'bX 'N Hifi ' ., H' .gk . ,, W , K. ,-, -3, .ia x E , ' "wr ' Andrea Rakes ! 1 ,g 3 James Rennie 7,-il- ,av . , 2 P 43? Richard Pierce IJ I Ny n Ns...- Harold Pugh r.,,....,..- ..,,, , N A we ' I lx -fJl:6'-f?' ' Y L 1 fi i ff . 2 g: in ,Q , , N Q 'gl 'ffm' uf Vlvlf Dianne Randall .,,,, s . -.,-,...-.- W. , JN ST? Diane Rescigno 25 K W Q., . f fly f Him 4' fi E-Fx Q ff, fs 5-NB-if' S. Q N XR-.K I, , 3,-xw -. .Z iff? ,MW , J, , 5 , xii: V':.Z:wff,,-. ' A X Li ' - "W vgifi It 2, . 1 c ,',4 ,fi . W,., tl., . l a n L mt V 1 3 ffl ' 'Y ff? 4,5 Aix " ,W ,744 if ff 'Af' f f' rw, , f 1,9 1 W fn ,, 1 V W ' f ,652 yu W 3 ,ya f fn? mf, ,Q ,VOM I 1, 418 f fff as x ff ff wa 4 ff' ll ,, Q p f v 9 hz ff IQ! Z M, f ,H I," 1, Q, , ' 4 f 3 I 1 wi f , , , , . , 7,42 ., -4 If ' is . dc ff 5 x 3,2 f A A ' rl 'Q 1 X V X 4 , ,, . .um - Q ff7f.ig5f 3 ,, 1 - ., f- ' :,- 2 PM 4 H? 1 , ff' 'f V- l .1 gm ' gr. f A. L-, ly V -Q f , 4 fir f? N 4 5 .1 , E f f 1 N X "' 1 Q - l ff' , 4 M ef f- " f MN , Q A Hope Reynolds Helen Richardson 254 Another kind of organiZ21ti011, Wh0,S Who, tapped Seventeen outstanding seniors who contributed to the growth of US , ff! ' 52? f ff , , 4,270 ' ' '??f?4fa ' , ,..' 'ff Wk? . , ,Q I rv ' ' 'Y ' ' R V? E if ' Q TX N. John Reynolds Glenn Reynolds Kathleen Rhyne Donald Richards W ,E QfLje1.i'7'i,f-2'-ij" -, fi' 12527,-'Q .,Z':g'?g'vif,f7,.I1ff'3'- f"f1,- g ' ' , 3 ,,,. . . , ,, . L-.A ..- . 1 't"-' . -fy. . wx .' ,1. ef- H . s -2 'tls iff' f Q fy zz ,, -, 1' A .32 3 ,Q ,tyy 1 R K , ,., , , ,, I . A 'iii R -v. ' k"sl Q N X -.Z ,A, 5 fvrt ,rvv ",. . 1:1 ll'1f no ' R Q Carol Richboufg MTS- Carol Riley Allain Rimar Pamela Ripple Jllll X E Lon: nf: , 'T -. , ,pf Richard Roberts Anthony Rodriguez Santos Rodriguez Bruce Romley W aff M, : H gf-1-.M .,,, ff . zggaezfx. cfm r fg - . ., .. 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E, V , V, mfgf, , X . ' ' ' ' - ff2.,,, - ' - . E r 1 S - 3 , Mary Smith Mrs' Karen Smith PCTTY Smith, IV Susan Somers Suzanne Southers 256 Auf' 93" f , 4 L , 9. it Q i 4 I af... V Di P H Sal Har: P 2 z I 1 1 i 1 l 7 l i And yet another organization awaits these l025 graduates-the USF Alumni Association. N? Dawn Speth ,. 3 K5 sl e ,a,, ...N . " ' ' Ellen Spivey 1 M N , . ' in E' 5 e ' 1' ' -5 Km., fl, ,.,.,s...:. ' .--. . X, 7. . - : is fkfif-5a:Fr':is-gf. ' 1 i F '.":' " '- ff - 1.9 .11 -,-tvf ' -g,3::a:,4 el L -n .s,,1- 1 .,.:,.,gg,,w Sammy Steen Raymond Steil Toni Spoto Mary Stein x 4 .K Harris Stevenson Mary Stevenson Louis Swlba J Robert Starkey Z ..,, ,. ' 1 ' " Jacqueline Stenger 'Say' Gary Strom F.,,..,.-- , y r E 795 9" ' , Robert Starks wa xt.,- lbyl L 1 Elizabeth Stevenson 'WN I' .. Naida Stroup l 257 A senior society--a life of classes, a life of clubs, a life of people readying and remembering, VICE-president, Ray Flemingg president, George Nazeg sponsor, Charles Obermyerg secretaryg Andra Gregoryg treasurer, Rick Brown. Gary Sturm Jerry Sullivan, III S Linda Sullivan Collier Summers Ruth Sumner T7 :,'- WM? 'frrf ru FW: '25'j.fsf1i5g5, ,' '- iziqlg F-QQ: ,Z X Zi'Qfg2ZfL',i', 'vf ., :i'fQf,fffiQff2-I f',:2J,i7513-wi Z, 'V x ' ,Gigi . 'Q HIE r I If AZ6Z?,,,-1 X f . 2i2ff:m. ' ' f "r' refff- 0 :3 ,S sw 1 '-'Q 1 V- f S . Q 9 1 E , I t John Sutton Gayle SWef1dS0Il Mason Swilley Rose Tamborello James Taylor 258 Je Pax I Y Virffini HD tam ,fp-fm. Pamela Terrill John Thies Jerry Thomas Jeffrey Tillman Thede Tooma Bonnie Touchton WW Virginia Trowbridge Walter Truitt Eugene TUFHCF Clarence Tyner Vadee Utharntharm Joanne UZ ..Q,,,..f'i Lawrence Thompson William Thompson Robert Trehes Scott Trent Margaret Turney Wesley Tyler Donna Underhill Sandra Valdes 259 , , , ,, Z It was their year, their big year, the year ,- , , fx. Af ff 'Y WYN f 5 , f , X 46' 1,-ff' X I f X , ff f " X Nancy VanWinkle Paul Vehorn Wayne Vermillion Lawrence Vodar Ed Wagner Francis Wallace George Walser Frank Walther Barbara Ward 260 they grew to graduation Esther Villadonga Orlando Villot Elia'-2 fffiasff-3.0 f " f 4 1 ff I 0' 5, Q 'fj A" eff 1 if-'W fahfff Vim 146, 0 ,f , ff f 0 f AW 1,4 Off 051 Vmf f.f,w.,, f .aw ., 4ff W., .f . h ,,.. , -, - ff.-L ,,, are .+ - f '- -"W y rs. aeeazwf , f :, ww ,1 iw. ,Y ,K I I , a'ff.,.,, , , ,. 1, 0' 3?7:w.yi1 , , ,kjrij ff X f ,- M, . ,,,,-We -. xV,.,.N M , V .11 ff - wifi-:1vf4::-1:2 -Q: .N 'I ii 'NE' 't : . 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K5 Jackie Zaborski Gregory Zeikus Mrs. Mary Ziegenhorn Barbara Ziehl JQCO Masteris Degree Patricia Benz N ,staff Opal Givens ,.,. ., Mildred Brand Wk,x. e ..A. ...Vx, T ,. ekX,hv 5 .T .,kzXL. Z Ae,A , ., SESS? I i, 55, , . , , Pr-if P I-'yall' ,l i i k-g. J lit? - -we m tl, - ei 511: r 'X We f e"de' X. gy 5. -- x ga N -iw x -fan, f 5 . .tb , I v- "3 'f -I I A Q-'fn' N 1 ,. 1, H13 if 'Q , 'ZH' .4 If' V, .iljffb V 1 'N E ' ., , rw, j- - 1 M.-r,.f - iz ' :rx I K: 343, . ' at fa, 2 1 V215 lf'-ff' 2312 I ' 7 ' Ann Harvey 737 Mrs. Karen Ogden Dorothy Perricone .lacob Samit Charlene Stackhouse Richard Brice, III James Jaros , , A V , ,ZW ,,,..,.,, I ,V V, 4 i a'?Af Q' Q f 1 ' ag, f fa 'f ' I 5 fy QQ' I " aff., . - , '21 - , ::2"'VaaJf XX R'F. Q Y we 5 sa r 35 1,1 gf E-i las: :missy s .X:r..1: :fr ff? .X 5 W 'ff' ,Q ff .,y Q . ,. 1 gr me -i -. an gffa Yrfqiefffigdf fr , age, ,yur 425,15 V5 ' A Alvin Pierson PMrs. Penelope Stuart 'iff' Ethel Clark : -fy, g I ..V. Ii , Iwi , . .,'-,".,F' ' A. ' " ,EJ,' 3"'-l 'ir g ', ,, f Z" fvream ,. "ff .'f"'w: ffl. A 2 Q 7 ff Q ,.,, . Vu, ?'f'V' 53 ,V 37.5 , J Mrs. Karen Klueh Everett Putney A ' ELM ,, is E X. I ,Fit 5 if 6 QM ' 5 tw E t.y, , . f A Mrs. Rayfae Farrar . . n. A, ' .. ' gash P J ,. 5. Q, , . ",'. ,' J . x V V, ,w -. 4, , 4 A " . ': f. , P 1 " - ,l h .,"':-5. f' Vg' fu , vs , 1, N 2 'A I I , t..L-ff' 1 'w'5?"T?i , z ,ma 1. 1 . 'f -X 'X he 1 . Q K 0 A ' 15 PT-tr' , 1:2 " r, 1 A M Nellie May 45 'ww ,,f LeRoy Riedy S-"Sm Nancy Tyler ABARE, MRS. KATIE: Tampa: B.A.: Education: April 1967. ADAMS, JESSIE: Immokaleeg B.A.: Elementary Education: June 1966. ALKIRE, KATHRYN: St. Petersburg: B.A.: Accounting: April 1967. ALLEN, PATRICIA: Tampa: B.A.: Sociology: April 1967: Fides Sorority, Chaplain: Athenaeum: Gold Key: Tri Delta Sorority, recording secretary: Who's Who in Am. Colleges. ALMERICO, HARRIET: Tampa: B.A.: Sociology: December 1966: Italian Club. ALSTON, JOHN: Dade City: B.A.: English: April 1967. ALVAREZ, ARLENE: Tampa: B.A.: Elementary Education: August 1966. ALVAREZ, RONALD: West Palm Beach: B.A.: Political Sci- ence: June 1966: Zeta Phi Epsilon- Rush Chairman, Vice Pres., President, Pledgemaster: Spring Spectacular '66 Committee. ALZUGARAY, GEORGE: Ft. Lauderdale: B.A.: Psych.fEcon.: April 1967. ANDERSON, ROBERT: Clearwater: B.A.: Chemistry: August 1966. ARGYROS, ELAINE: St. Petersburg: B.A.: Elementary Edu- cation: April 1967. ARMAS, ARMANDO: Tampa: B.A.: Math: April 1967. ARNOLD, CAROLYN: Naples: B.A.: Physical Education: De- Eimlber 1966: Physical Education Majors u . ASKEW, JOHN: Panama City: B.A.: Social Science!His- tory: April 1967: Kappa Iota Omega Fraternity: Lambda Chi Alpha: Presi- dent: Amrha Council. BABBOR, EDWIN: St. Petersburg: B.A.: G h - D . cember 1966: GeographyecCRlilJp: yifountg Democrats: Ski Club. BACHMAN, RICHARD: Tampa: B.A.: Accounting: Dec b - 1966: Lambda Chi Alpha Fratetiiiitri enior Director K a 10:3 Omega: Senior Accounting P . Oiiganizationg USF Ski Club, Busgfeis Ad ' ' t' Club: Math-Science u , USIFuTleSiihzisMTi3am, USF Basketball Team. BAHMILLER, DAVID: St. Petersburg: BA-3 Math Education? April 1967: SFEA. BALDWIN, CAROL: I Clearwater: B.A.: PSYCl10l0gY 3 APU1 1967. BALDWIN, DAVID: Jacksonville: B.A.: Social Science: April 1967. BALDWIN, LYLA: Bronson: B.A.: English-Speech: April 1967: SFEA. BARFOOT, CHARLES: Tampa: B.A.: PsychologYZ April 1967: Concert Band: Jazz Lab Band. BARNES, JOHN: Winter Park: B.A.: Accounting: Decem- ber 1966: Business Club: Intramurals. BARNES, MILDRED: Temple Terrace: B.A.: Social Science: April 1967. BARNES, WILSON: Hazlehurst, Georgia: B.A.: Industrial Management: December 1966. BARR, DOUGLAS: St. Petersburg: B.A.: Marketing: April 1967: Business Administration Club. BARRETT, JAMES III: Brooksville: B.A.: Industrial Manage- ment: April 1967: Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity: Business Administration Club: Who's Who in American Colleges. BASS, ERNEST: Crystal River: B.A.: English: April 1967. BATES, BARBARA: Tampa: B.A.: Sociol0gYS April 1967: Tri-SIS, Recording Secretary: Commit- tee Co-ordinator. BATES, DAVID: Ellentons B.A.: Social StudiesfEduca- tion: December 1966: Senior Satire '66: Intramural Sports. BAUMEISTER, JOHN: Sanford: B.A.: Industrial Management: December 1966: Business Administration Club. BECKER, WILLARD: ?gg?Watef3 B.A.: Psychology: April BENZ, PATRICIA: 212535 Elementary Education: BERIN GER, BERNADINE: Temple Terrace: B.A.: E 1' , August 1966. nglsh Ed" BERNARD, KATHRYN: Naples: B.A.: Office Administration. June 1966: Tri S.I.S.-Secretary Pledgg Class, Social Chairman: Student Asso- ciation Representative: Catholic Student Organization. BESENBACH, MAGDALEN: Tampa: B.A.: French 81 German Lit.- December I966: Gold Key Honor Socii ety fCorresponding Sec.J: Athenaeum- French Club. ' BIRKENMAIER, JOANN: Riverview: B.A.: Zoology-Psychology: June 1966: Catholic Student Organiza. tion: Marine Biology Club: Zeta Tau Sigma Sorority. BLACK, CAROLYN: Plant City: B.A.: Elementary Education: April 1967: University Chapel Fellow- ship: Student Florida Education Asso- ciation: Student National Education As- sociation. BOND, WAYNE: Tampa: B.A.: Accounting: April 1967: Senior Accounting Club, Treasurer. BORUS, LYNNE: Tampa: B.A.: Distributive Education: December 1966: Business Administration Club: Distributive Education Club-USF Chapter: Athenaeum: Honors Convoca- tion-1966: Who's Who in American Colleges. BOUVERAT, ALAN: Tamp a: B.A.: SpeechfTheatre Arts: April 1967: Univ. Theater productions of: The Tempest, View from the Bridge, The Hollow Crown, Charlie's Aunt, The Good Hope: directed USF production of The Fantasticks: UC Personnel Committee: Florida Poetry Festival Readers Theatre: Film Classics Committee: Leadership Training Program: WUSF-TV Produc- tions: Sports Car Club. BOYNTON, DAVID: Pinellas Park: B.A.: Psychology: APTH 1967. BRADBEER, LINDA: Orlando: B.A.: Elementary Education: August 1966: Physical Education MFIJOTS Club. BRADFORD, GEORGE: Havana, Cuba: B.S.: Mechanical EIQ51' neering: December 1966: Engfneeffng College Association: Florida Engineering Society: International Club. . At 155.1 l'miirf:'5.T??'5 aw' OH, 1,5125 ' Bmlimvu BA' f Wil lill'Ahc:I,Glblt9 SRT: Donal wdsgoud. Batt' Sebring, , .. gust 1966: D MILD Ni 1 QL Petcribul cembgf 1966. BHAXTUN- Ci Tampa: . Baca. RICH-' T mall W Dicembff I9 BROSCH, RAY Tampa! B-5- President. lu ecutive Conn BROWER. RO? St. Petersbur 1966: Businf BROWN. BER' Igrgoi B.A.: :try Festit al BROWN. RIC! Tampa: BA Enotas Frat Club: Studez ment: Imran tive from C1 tration to th- BROWBIEE. Q Bradenton: 1967: Cralo FMD. Best B1 BRYANT . Jil St. Petersbt 1967. BUCKLEY. JE Tampa: B.: Sflfu BURDICK, Q: Allflover, N, Auspsr 1961 lemlfyi BURGESS, D, Bfhndon . B USF ' . Haut Band. BURNS. SAN Clear ' . Abrilmigf Gamma Dm CALQERONE am . Decfllllllerll Ed, TaIl0I1 3 Pledge p Asso. 'llldent . Lit.: I Soci- aeung ologyg ganiza- t Tau ation : 'ellow- Asso- vn As- 1967: H. ation : ration -USF woca- arican Arts : ns of: ,, Thg Good r The ittee : zatre S :rship Uduo April Irion! laJ0f5 Engl' zenng sefillg BRADLEY, JACQUILIN: St. Petersburg: B.A.: English Education: April 1967: SF EA. BRALEY, JOHN III: Tampa: B.A.: Physical Ed.: April 1967. BRANCH, WILLIAM III: Coral Gables: B.A.: Marketing: April 1967: Dorm Hall Social Chairman, Stan- dards Board. BRAND, MILDEED: Sebring: M.A.: English Education: Au- gust 1966. BRANDON, EUGENE: St. Petersburg: B.A.: Psychology: De- cember 1966. BRAXTON, CAROL: Tampa: B.A.: Psychol0gYS June 1966. BRICE, RICHARD III: Tampa: M.A.: Elementary Education: December 1966. BROSCH, RAYMOND: Tampa: B.A.: Astronomy: August 1966: President, Judo-Club: Karate Club: Ex- ecutive Council: Sports-Club Council. BROWER, RONALD: St. Petersburg: B.A.: Marketing: August 1966: Business Administration Club. BROWN, BERTA: Largo: B.A.: Sociology: April 1967: Po- etry Festival 1965. BROWN, RICHARD: Tampa: B.A.: Accounting: April 1967: Enotas Fraternity: Senior Accounting Club: Students for Responsible Govern- ment: Intramural All-Stars: Representa- tive from College of Business Adminis- tration to the Student Government. BROWNLEE, JOHN II: Bradenton: B.A.: Psychology: April 1967: Cratos Fraternity: Social Chair- man, Best Brother. BRYANT, JYLES: St. Petersburg: B.A.: Finance: April 1967. BUCKLEY, JEAN: Tampa? B.A.: Sociology: April 1967: Tri-SIS Sorority: SRG Delegate. BURDICK, CHARLES: Andover, New York: B.A.: Psychology: August 1967: Tau Kappa Epsilon Fra- ternity. BURGESS, DONNA: Brandon: B.A.: Sociology: April 1967: USF Band: Standards Board-Gamma Hall. BURNS, SANDRA: Clearwater: B.A.: Elementary Education: APTII 1967: USF Hall Chairman for Gamma Dorm, CALDERONE, HORTENSE: A Tampa: B.A.: Elementary Education: December 1966. CALDWELL, WINSTON JR.: Eprilioidefharlottei B-A-S Accounting? CALVERT, ROBERT R.: Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada- BA - Eiyillologyi APTH 1967: Inteinational u v Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity. CALVERT, VIVIAN: ?3ggPi566l3-A-S Elementary Education: CAMP, WILLIAM: S-31'f1S0taS B.A.: Education: April 1967. CAMPBELL, SUSAN: West Palm Beach: B.A.: Elementary Education: December 1966. CAMPO, DANIEL: Brandon: B.A.: Economics: April 1967. CAMPO, MARY: Tampa: B.A.: MathematicsfEducation: December 1966. CANIZARES, JORGE: Tampa: B.A.: Accounting: August 1966: International Club: Accounting Club. CAPACETTE, SUSAN: Tampa: B.A.: Elementary Education: April 1967: Treasurer, SFEA. CAPPOLINO, JOAN: Temple Terrace: B.A.: Political Science! Sociology: April 1967: Young Democrats: Catholic Student Organization: Tri-SIS Sorority. CARLSON, JOHN: Ft. Lauderdale: B.A.: Marketing: April 1967: Business Administration, Vice Pres- ident: Stereo Club, President. CARLSON, J UDITH: Lakeland: B.A.: Sociology: December 1966: USF Community Chorus. CARRIER, MELVIN: Miami: B.A.: Accounting: December 1966. CARROLL, PATRICIA: St. Petersburg: B.A.: Special Education: December 1966: Exceptional Child Club. CARSTEN, TERRY: Tampa: B.A.: Physics: April 1967. CARTER, HOWARD: Tampa: B.A.: Speech: April 1967: Bap- tist Student Union. CASEY, MYRTLE: Tampa: B.A.: PsyCl1010SY9 April 1967: CHAKI, JAMES: 6 lfgggfaira Beach: B.A.: Accounting: April CHAPMAN, ALTON: Tampa: B.A.: Psychl - A '1 1967- USF Band: Chorus: Di'lcElilestralm l CHILDS, SAMUEL: Tampa: B.A-3 Geology: December 1966. CHIPRUT, ROBERTA: Miami? B.A.: French: December 1966: Le Cercle Francais: University Center Hospitality Committee: Jewish Student Union. CHRISTIAN, CHRISTINE: Tampa: B.A.: French: April 1967: Chor- eonova, Secretary and Publicity Chair- man: Tri-SIS Sorority: French Club: Gold Key Honor Society: SRG Delegate: Homecoming Committee. CHUNG, YOON-JA SUSANNA: Seoul, Korea: B.A.: Mathematics: De- cember 1966: Tri-SIS Sorority: Pi Mu Epsilon. CLAPP, MARILEE: Ft. Lauderdale: Special Education: De- cember 1966: Fides Sorority: Exceptional Child Club. CLARK, ETHEL: St. Petersburg: M.A.: Guidance: August 1966. CLARK, JOHN T.: Bowling Green, New York: B.A.: Liberal ArtsfSocial Science: April 1967. COCKMAN, MADISON: , Oldsmar: B.A.: Political Science: April 1967: Young Democrats: USF Gun Club: Deans List Honors Convocation. COIL, GARY: St. Petersburg: B.A.: Social Studies: April 1967: World Affairs Club: Geog- raphy-Anthropology Club. COLANDREA, CARL: Melbourne: B. A.: Social Science Edu- cation: August 1966. CONE, SANDRA: Satellite Beach: B.A.: Mathematics: April 1967: Inter-Varsity: Campus Cru- sade for Christ: Basketweavers: President of Dorm Floor: Intramural Sports. CONNELL, MARY JO: Tampa: B.A.: Elementary Education: April 1967. COOK, SHARON: Haddonfield, New JBFSCYS B-A-3 EIC' mentary Education: April 1967. CASSISI, VINCENT: OONEY, JAMES: St t Island, New York? B'S'9 Energy C a en , l . ee tzszrrga, ' C 11 socla ron: neering 0 CSE 5 megs of the Student River Forest, Illinois: B.A.: Sociology: April 1967: Beta Hall Officer: Univer- sity Center Recreation Committee: Arete and Program .Omm - - Society. Fraternity. Branch of Florida Englneeflllg , COOPER, MRS. CANDACE: CAUVEL, ARA. A ' Au ust 1966, Tampa: B.A.: Elementary Education: Tampa? B'A'9 Education' g l December 1966. Paideia SororitY- 265 COOPER, WILLIAM JR.: St. Petersburg: B.S.: Engineering: Aug- ust 1966: Florida Engineering Society: Engineering College Association. COPPENS, JAMES: New Port Richey: B.A.: Management: April 1967: Vice-President, Sigma Epsi- lon Colony: Who's Who in American Colleges: Resident Assistant: Business Administration Club: Coach Bay Campus Football Team. COSGROVE, MRS. VICTORIA: Tampa: B.A.: Sociology: April 1967. COWAN, LUIS J.: Havana, Cuba: B.S.: Mechanical Engi- neering: December 1966: Engineering College Association: Florida Engineering Society: Pi Mu Epsilon: International Club. CRITZ, JOHN lVl. II: St. Petersburg: B.A.: Chemistry: June 1966. CROPPER, SIGFRIED: Odessa: B.A.: History: June 1966. CROSLEY, JAMES: Tarvares: B. A.: Marketing: April 1967: Circle K. Past President, Lt. Gov. Sun Coast Division. CROWE, EDWARD: Tampa: B.A.: GeolOgYZ April 1967: Enotas Fraternity. CROY, LARRY: Tampa: B.A.: Accounting: April 1967: Sr. Accounting Club: Charter Class Member. CUNNINGHAM, JAMES: Daytona Beach: B.A.: PreLaw and Ad- vanced CB: April 1967: President, Dorm Floor: Interhall Council: Resident As- sistant: Chorus: Young Republicans. CORREIA, EDMUND: Tampa: B.A.: Mathematics: June 1966. CUSHING, BARBARA: Tampa: B.A.: Sociology: April 1967. CUTHBERTSON, JAMES: Lithia: B.A.: Industrial Management: April 1967. DAMAS, FRANCISCO: Havana, Cuba: B.S.: Engineering: April 1967: Engineering College Association: Florida Engineering Society: Interna- tional Student Organization. D'ANDREA, NICHOLAS JR.: Tampa: .B.S.: Engineering: April 1967: Engineering College Association: Florida Engineering Society. DARRACH, DON: Tampa: B.A.: Business Administration: April 1967: Economics Club: Cratos Colony of Sigma Nu Fraternity. DARVILL, LAWRENCE: Jensen Beach: B.A.: Mathematics: April 1967. 266 DAVIS, DAWN: New Port Richey: B.A.: Elementary Ed' ucation: April 1967. DAVIS, DENNIS: Eagle Lake: B.A.: History: August 1966- DAVIS, JAMES III: Otterbein, Indiana: B.A.: Economics: December 1966: Y0l1I1g -Republicans' Economics Club: Vice-President. DAVISON, WILLIAM: St. Petersburg: B.A.: Political SCiS11CS April 1967. DEL POZO, EILEEN: Tampa: B.A.: Elementary Education: April 1967: Student Florida Education Association: Italian Club. DEW, WILLIAM: Dade City: M.A.: Guidance: August 1966. DIAMOND, CAROL: Miami: B.A.: Physical Education: June 1966: Tri-SIS Sorority, Treasurer: Recre- ation Committee: Jewish Student Union: PEM Club: SFEA. - DIAZ, JOSIE: Tampa: B.A.: Physical Education: June 1966. DISALVO, ANGELO : Tampa: B.A.: Spanishflaatin: December 1966: Italian Club. -- DOHLE, LINDA: Tampa: B.A.: Eng. Library: April 1967: Tri-SIS Sorority, SFEA. DONOVAN, RALPH JR.: St. Petersburg: B.A.: Psychology: April 1967. DOUGHTY, LETTIE: Plant City: B.A.: Sociology: April 1967. DOW, JACQUELINE: Temple Terrace: B.A.: Biology: April 1967. DOWLING, MARY: Tampa: B.A.: Sociology? August 1960. DUARTE, ALFREDO: Miami: B.A.: Russian-French: Pres., Russian Club: Catholic Student Organi- zation: Liberal Arts Dean's Advisory Board: Liberal Arts Student Council. DUDLEY, CAROL: Fort Myers: B.A.: Physical Education: April 1967: Intramurals: Modern Dance Exhibition: Activities with Majors Club. DUFFIN, GERARD: Tampa? B.A.: April 1967: Theatre USF: Bay Players: Readers' Theatre Guild. DUKE, PAMELA: Orlando: B.A.: Economics: April 1967: Exchange Student with University of Mass.: VP, Athenaeum: Economics Club: Delta Phi Alpha: Resident As- sistant. DUKE, MRS. RUTH: Tampa: B.A.: EnglishfJournalism: De. cember 1966. DUKES, DAVID JR.: Fort Myers: B.A.: Speech: December 1966: Pres., UC Program Council, 1964, Student rep. to USF Space Allocation Program: SA Executive Council, 1964: Student representative, USF Speakers Bureau, 63-64: Argos Residence Council 63-64: Civic Unit Representative: USF Student Assoc., 63-64: Chmn. "Autumn Antics" 1963: Chmn., "Spring Spectacu. lar" 1966: Chmn., UC Special Events Comm., UC Arts 81 Exhibits Comm., UC Personnel Comm., 1963-65: Member, Arete Fraternity: Pres. Arete Pledge Class, Spring, Fraternity: Pres. Arete Pledge Class, Spring, 1964: Master of Ceremonies, ACU Region IV Conf. Nov. 63: USF representative to ACU Region VI Planning Conference, March, 1964: UC Recreation Comm. 1962: Chmn. Si Zentner Concert Planning and Organi- zational Board, 1964: Master of Cere- monies, Count Basie Concert, 1965: Member UC Program Council "Top Teni' Club: Recipient, Distinguished Service Pin Award, UC 1964: Arete Rush Chmn., 1964-65: Secretary of Dept. of Finance, USF Student Association, 1965: IFC Representative, 1964: USF Activities Achievement Award, 1966: Advertising Manager, The Oracle, 1966. EDGE, LARRY: Louisville, Ky.: B.A.: Business Manage- ment: December 1966: Arete Fraternity: Student Government Sen.: Student Facul- ty Advisory Team: Student Affairs Com- mittee: Auxiliary Services Comm.: Resi- dent Hall Council: Resident Assistant: Intra-mural Football 81 Softball: Folk Sing. EHLERT, DAVID: Clearwater: B.A.: HumanitiesfEnglish Ed.: April 1967. EIKELAND, PATRICIA: Zephyrhills: B.A.: Elementary Educa- tion: December 1966: SFEA.- ELLIS, JOSEPH JR.: Sebring: B.A.: Psychology: April 1967: Student Association Representative: Talos Fraternity: Alpha Tau Omega Colony Chaplain: Inter-fraternity Council Rep- resentative. ELLISON, SANDRA: Cape Coral: B.A.: Political Science Sz Library Education: April 1967: Basket- weaver, V.P. Epsilon Hall: Academic Chairman of dorm hall: Member of IRHC. ELMORE, VICKI: Sarasota: B.A.: Music: August 19663 USF Band and Orchestra. EMERSON, JAMES: Tampa: B.A.: Accounting: April 1967. ENGEL, JOSEPH: Tampa: B.A.: Russian: April 1967. ,.. Tlmlubd ET EPLlNGf Wes' Pd snag AP 55516, Milf SL Pcltf gust 1966 196610 entail' C EUBANKS, T allah355 Cross T5 EVANS- P Dunedin: 1961: Tr tion I-Ca' 10 U. of FANNING. . Winter P April 196- FERRARA. San Fran encefphill Who's naeum, - Secretary: FARRAR. R Tampa: I gust 1966 FELTY, FU Homesteat loumalisn Campus A Oracle: rr FERNANDE Oxiedo. S1 April 196' FERRIS, El Largo: ' April 196 Florida E FINE, LAW Miami: l Jewish Sl nsauz. E Sl- Peter 1966. FLEISCHM Indian l April 19 FI-EMINC, Lalifllnq April l94 E18 Sm .Wnmin 'Pg Collt mm Fi: Qollllselo N Ht, Des Fcemhe ll. l964r l0Ca1i0Ii , 1954. peiilierg Council 3 USF eclacu. EVGIHS 'mv UQ wiemberv Pledge - Arete ESIBI' Of f- Nov, Region 1964: lmn, 5: Organi. If Cere. 1965: 'p Ten" Service Rush ept. of , 1965: :tivities -:rtising Ianage- ernity: Facul- 5 Com- : Resi- istant: Folk lnglish Educa- 1967 5 Talos Iolony Rep- .ce 31 :sket- lemiC if of l966: 1967. ENGELHART, JOHN: Tampa: B.A.: Industrial Management: December 1966: Business Administration Club. EPLING- MAX: West Palm Beach: B.A.: Political Sci- ence: April 1967: Young Democrats. ESSIG, MRS. SANDRA: St. Petersburg: B.A.: Psychology: Au- gust 1966. EUBANKS, EDWINA: Tallahassee: B.A.: Sociology: December 1966: Kappa Delta Sorority: USF repre- sentative to the American National Red Cross Tampa chapter Hall Government. EVANS, DAPHNE: Dunedin: B.A.: English Education: April 1967: Tri-Delta: English Club: Oricnta- tion Leader for USF: Exchange Student to U. of Massachusetts: Greek Sing. F ANNING, SANDRA: Winter Haven: B.A.: SpeechfEnglish: April 1967. FERRARA, GAY: San Francisco, Calif.: B.A.: Pop. Sci- encefPhilosophy: April 1967: Gold Key: Who's Who in American College: Athe- naeum, President: Philosophy Club, Secretary: Young Democrats. FARRAR, RAYFAE: Tampa: M.A.: Special Education: Au- gust 1966: Exceptional Child Club. FELTY, FLORENCE: Homestead: B.A.: Education!English- Journalism: April 1967: Staff writer, Campus Edition: Feature writer, The Oracle: member SFEA. FERNANDEZ, DENNIS: Oviedo, Spain: B.A.: Spanish Literature: April 1967. FERRIS, EUGENE: Largo: B.S.: Electrical Engineering: April 1967: English College Association: Florida English Society. FINE, LAWRENCE: Miami: B.A.: Philosophy: April 1967: Jewish Student Union: Philosophy Club. FISHER, EDWARD JR.: St. Petersburg: B.A.: Finance: August 1966. FLEISCHAKER, MRS. ROSALIE: Indian Rocks Beach: B.A.: English: April 1967. FLEMING, LAMAR: Lakeland: B.S.: Industrial Engineering: April 1967: Vice Pres., Florida Engineer- Ing Society: Chairman, UC Recreation Committee, Program Council: Engineer- ing College Association: Student Associa- tion Finance Committee: upper class counselor, USF student representative to S011lb6rn Industrial Relations Confcr- ence: Intramurals. FLYNN, KEVIN: Sarasota: B.A.: Education: April 1967. FOLEY, MICHAEL JR.: Tampa: B.S.: Engineering: April 1967, FORD, DIANE: XZ1g?31S96?.A.: Elementary Education: FORRESTER, VIRGINIA: Miami: B.A.: En l' h-L'b : D . ber 1966: Honors Timlrvodatlllmhii ecem FORTSON, JULIA: Mulberry: B.A.: Elementary Education: August 1966. FOWLKES, IRENE: Thonotosassa: B.A.: Elementary and Library Education: August 1966. FRASURE, MYRA: Ormond Beach: B.A.: Elementary Edu- cation: April 1967: SFEA: Gamma Girls Council: Dorm Hall Academic Chairman. FREEMAN, JAMES: Tampa: B.A.: Psychology: December 1966: Sigma Pi Sigma. FULEIHAN, KATHIE: Orlando: B.A.: Elementary Education: April 1967: Experimental Program: Ele- mentary Education: Gamma Girls Coun- cil: Vice Pres., Gamma 1 West. FULOP, ROBERT: Cocoa: B.A.: Management: December 1966: Zeta Phi Epsilon, Vice President: Business Club. GADD, MICHAEL: Fort Myers: B.A.: Geography and An- thropology: April 1967: Pres., Skin Div- 7 ing Club: Pres., Sports Car Club: Bus. Mgr., Sports Car Club: Photo Club: An- thropology-Geography Club: Wrestling Club. GARCIA, MRS. AIDA: Tampa: B.A.: Business Education: De- cember 1966. GARCIA, MIKE: Tampa: B.A.: Business Administration Marketing: April 1967: Intramurals: Al- pha Tau Omega: IFC Rush Committee Business Administration Club: Student for Responsible Government Delegate and Steering Committee: Alpha Tau Omega, Rush Chairman, Pledge Committee, Ex- ecutive Council. GARNER, ROBERT: Orlando: B.A.: Business Education 3 August 1966 : Inter-Varsity Christlan Fellowship: Gold KEY Honor SOCICW- GARRETT, SHIRLEY: Tampa: B.A.: Business Education? April 1967: Business Club. GATES, JAMES: Tampa: B.A.: Marketing: August 19663 Senior Accounting Club: Business Ad. mmlstration Club: Talos Fraternity. GIMPEL, LEONARD: St. Petersburg: B.A.: Accounting: April 1967. GIVENS, OPAL: Tampa? M.A.: Elementary Education: August, 1966. GLENUM, ANTHONY: St. Petersburg: B.A.: Economics: April 1967: Economics Club, Secretary-Treas- urer. GOLDSTEIN, FRANK: Homestead: B.A.: Psychology!Speech: April 1967: Student Assistant, Ed. Re- sources: SFEA: NDEA: UC Personnel Committee: Psych Club: Russian Club: UC Leadership Program: Sigma Phi Epsilon Colony, Floor and Hall Officer. GOODALL, SUSAN: Tampa: B.A.: Psychology: April 1967: Oracle: Baptist Student Union: Psy- chology Club. GOODMAN, LARRY: Lakeland: B.A.: Humanities: April 1967: Student Publication: The Campus Edi- tion of the Oracle: Baptist Student Union: USF Racquet Club. GOODSTONE, J UDITH: Boston, Mass.: B.A.: Special Education: June 1966: Exceptional Child Club. GORETH, GARY: Tampa: B.A.: Finance: December 1966: Business Administration Club. GRAVES, GRETCHEN: Tampa:- B.A.: Sociology: August 1966. GREENFIELD, SHIRLEY: Orlando: B.A.: English!Education: April 1967: Campus Times: SFEA Advisory Committee. GREGORY, ANDRA: Hialeah: B.A.: EnglishfEducation: April 1967: Delta Delta Delta, Treasurer: Fidcs pledge class, Vice President: UC Program Council, Secretary: Chairman, Arts and Exhibits Committee: Chairman, Movies Committee: Top Ten Club Card: Best Dressed Girl Contest: Miss Aegean Con- test: Dorm Hall, Secretary-Treasurer, President: Freshman Group Orientation Leader: SA Executive Board Clerk: Campus Edition Staff. GRIFFITH, JAMES: Pittsburgh, P3-3 B-A-S GCOIOSYZ Avril 1967: President, Geology Club: Amateur Radio Club: Geography Club. GROENEWOUD, MARY: P pano Beach: B.A.: Elementary Edu- czgilbn: August 1966: RA: RA Associa- tion. 267 GROSSMAN, PETER: Staten Island, New York, B.A., Soci- ol0gY3 June 1966, Member: UC Special Events Committee, Religious Council, Jewish Student Union, Representative to College of Liberal Arts, secretary of Beta Hall, Tri I 1965-66. GRZYWINSKI, EDWARD: Wyandotte, Mich., B.A., Education, April 1967, Civil War Round Table, Theta Chi Omega, Intramural Sports. GUARINO, MRS. MYRTLE: Tampa, B.A., Elementary Education, December 1966. GUINUP, FLOYD: Clearwater, B.A., Economics, June 1966. GUITIAN, LARRY: Tampa, B.A., Accounting, June 1966. GUY, DAVID: Jacksonville, B.A., Political Science, August 1966, USF Ski Club, Student Association Representative, Arete Fra- ternity, Chaplain. GWINN, HOLLY: Chicago, Illinois, B.A., Theatre Arts, April 1967, Theatre productions, folk- song contest, Hospitality Committee, UC Special Events Committee, Dean's Student Advisory Council, Liberal Arts College, Tri-Delta Sorority, Fides, Pres- ident, Bay Players. HALE, DWIGHT JR.: Melbourne, B.A., Industrial Manage- ment, April 1967, Phi Sigma X, Eco- nomics Club, Barbenders, Treasurer, IFC. HALL, DAVID III: Tampa, B.A., English, April 1967. HAMWAY, DAVID: Clearwater, B.A., English Literature, June 1966. HANSELL, J OANNE: St. Petersburg, B.A., English-Journalism Ed., December 1966, Who's Who in American Colleges, Theatre, "Dark of the Moon", Campus Edition Staff Writer, Opera Workshop, Soprano "Cosi Fan Tutte", Poetry Festival, Elk's Scholar- ship, Winn Dixie Foundation Scholar- ship, Work Scholarship, Tri SIS, Bas- ketweaver. HANSEN, EILEEN: Hamlet, N.C., B.A., Speech-English Ed., April 1967. HARDING, MERRICK: Pinellas Park, B.A., Social Science, April 1967. HARKE, GARY: Tampa, B.A., English-French, August 1966, University Center Special Events Committee, UC Movies Committee, Chair- man, Le Cercle Francais, Vice-President. HARPER, JOHN: Pensacola, B.A., PSYCIIPJOSYS APUJ 1967, Who's Who in American College? Enotas Fraternity-Chairman Social, HIS' tory, Publicity Committees, Parliamen- tarian, Secretary, Freshman Or1entat10H Leader, Member, Students for Respon- sible Government, Student .Association- clerk, representative, auxiliary and eX- ternal affairs committees, SA Executive Board Chairman, SA Cabinet Chairman, SA President, University Athletic and Health Center Advisory Committees, Unl- versity Golf Course Board of Directors, Senate and Finance Committee. HARRELL, MRS. JOYCE: Lakeland, B.A., Physical Education, December 1966, Intramurals, Physical Education Majors Club. HARVEY, ANN: Temple Terrace, M.A., Guidance, Au- gust 1966. HAWKINS, RONALD: Tampa, B.A., Zoology, April 1967. HEARN, MRS. ELLEN: St. Petersburg, B.A., Elementary Edu- cation, April 1967. HECK, SHARLA: Dunedin, B.A., EnglishfSpeech Educa- tion, April I967, Reader's Theatre Guild, Student Legislature Parliamentarian, SNEA. HEFLEY, MRS. SHIRA: Tampa, B.A., Math, A-pril 1967. HENDERSON, FRANK: Plant City, B.S., Engineering, August 1966, Florida Engineering Society, Engi- neering College Association, President 66. HENDERSON, WILLIAM: No. Miami, B.A., AccountingfPolitical Science, April 1967, University Chapel Fellowship, Senior Accounting Organiza- tion. HENDRICKS, LEONARD: Lake Wales, B.A., Social Science's, August 1966. HENDRIKSEN, HOLLY: Tampa, B.A., Liberal Arts, April 1967. HEROLD, DAVID: Lakeland, B.A., Accounting, April 1967, Senior Accounting Organization, Presi- dent, Student Association, Business School Representative. HERSEY, DANIEL: B.A., Psychology, April 1967. HILKER, LAWRENCE: H01lYW00d3 B.A., Special Education, April 1967, Chairman, UC Recreation Committee, President, Talos Fraternity, member, IFC, Exceptional Child Club, Treasurer. HILL, ALAN: Miami, B.A., Geography, April 1957. Member, Dean's Student Advisory Board: President, USF Geography-Anthropglogyl Club, Vice-President, USF-Geography Club, Secretary-Treasurer, Dorm Hall. Intramurals. ' HILL, JOSEPH: Panama City, B.A., Industrial Mgt,- April 1967, Business Administration Club. HILL, MARY: Jacksonville, B.A., English-Speech Ed,5 December 1966, Leadership Training Program, Secretary of CFS, Secretary of Panhellenic, Vice-President and Pledge Trainer of Tri Delta Fraternity. HILL, MRS. NANCY: Winter Haven, B.A., Elementary Edu. cation, April 1967, Band, Orchestra, Chorus, SF EA, Syrinx. HILL, MRS. ROBERTA L.: Crystal Springs, Elementary Education, December 1966, B.A., Experimental Program-2 Trimesters at Riverhills Ele- mentary School, Tampa, Fla. HIOTT, ROBERT: Tampa, B.A., English, August 1966. HLAS, STEPHANIE: St. Petersburg, B.A., History, April 1967, Hospitality Committee of UC Pro- gram Council. HOFFMAN, MARSHA: Winter I-Iaven, B.A., Psychology, De- cember 1966, Fia Sorority, Resident As- sistant, Athenaeum, Kappa Delta Delta Sorority, Who's Who in American Col- leges. HOLLAND, SARA: Plant City, B.A., Sociology-Social Wel- fare, December 1966, P.E. Majors Club, Community Chorus, Desert Club, Baptist Student Union. HoLT, SALLY: Lutz, B.A., Sociology, August 1966. HORMUTH, BOBBY: Zephyrhills, B.A., Elementary Educa- tion, August 1966. HORMUNG, THOMAS: Tampa, B.A., Speech, August 1966, Stu- dent Program Director, WUSF-FM, Pro- duction Assistant, WUSF-TV. HOSKING, KAREN: Tampa, B.A., Psychology, April 1967. HUMRICH, JAMES: St. Petersburg, B.A., Social Science Ed.3 April 1967, Sigma Epsilon Colony. HUNT, CARL JR.: Tampa, B.A., Economics, August 1966. K. 'llc' inurll Wong Wll HlllrERtif"1 lull ' ilapzisi Sud D ROBET iii ' HL Cr P1-'ffriiiu sf-nwf mill: gpfrflf - l HUHLEW- HE Fr, Iliff?-. April 1962 tional -lu 1 HLWCHIN5 nmpal B-A' nn. nrouro. CH T p,, B.: rflnroeo. l5ilMl. MRS. Sr. Petersbur tion: Augufl nuisox. CH Tampa: BA. ncrsox. Joi Tamp3i.B..x.: Pres.. DPOYU Democrats. nconsox. si Winter Hai fr Jnrts. Rox.: Columbus. Ol' 1967. IMIESON. DA Safety Harbo: I966: Bus is Cold Key ll.. IAROCH. THO Bonita Sprin gust 1966. lflll0S. JANIE Indian Rf-cl Science: Aug JENKINS. im Tampa: lr. Dtfembor lu JENNINGS. Jr TMUPH: BA ml : Dyjgen Tampa: RA JOHNSON. E1 Tam :R zisp3..,.,','1 JOHNSON. It Brandon: It JONES, MAN India Aprilnlgsgfl I . B967, oard, sopoltjgy ogfaphy Ill . MEL: lslfalion nach Ed . Training lrelafy of Pledge ry Chestrag lrcation: Irlmental ills Ele. 1966. April IC Pro- ys De- ent As- r Delta in Col- .l Wel- Club? Baptist 66. Educa- - Stu- 7 5 Pro- 967. 1 Ed" 966- ,V ix HUNTER, WILLIAM: Gainesville: B.A.: Social Science: April 1967: Arete Fraternity: Oracle: Intra- mural sports. HUNTER, WILLIAM: Plant City: B.A.: English: April 1967: Baptist Student Union. HURD, ROBERT: St. Petersburg: B.A.: Accounting: April 1967: Senior Accounting Club: Golf Club: Sports Car Club. HURLEY, HELEN SUE: Ft, Myers Beach: B.A.: Mathematics: April 1967: Canterbury Club: Gamma Girls Council: International Club: Na- tional Student Education Association. HUTCHINSON, LEONARD III: Tampa: B.A.: Marketing: D e c e m b e r 1966. IPPOLITO, CHARLOTTE: Tampa: B.A.: Math Education: Decem- ber 1966. ISHAM, MRS. BARBARA: St. Petersburg: B.A.: Business Educa- tion: August 1966. JACKSON, CHARLES: Tampa: B.A.: Economics: April 1967. JACKSON, JOEL: Tampa: B.A.: Sociology: December 1966: Pres., Sports Car Club: Treas., Young Democrats. JACOBSON, STANLEY: Winter Haven: B.A.: Physics: April 1967. JAMES, RONALD: Columbus, Ohio: B.A.: Economics: April 1967. JAMESON, DAVID: Safety Harbor: B.A.: Economics: August 1966: Business Administration Club: Gold Key Honor Society. J AROCH, THOMAS: Bonita Springs: B.A.: Psychology: Au- gust 1966. JAROS, JAMES: Indian Rocks: M.A.: EducationfSocial Science: August 1966. J ENKINS, MRS. KATHLEEN: Tampa: B.A.: Elementary Education: December 1966. A JENNINGS, JERRY: Tampa? B.A.: Political Science: April 1967: Deseret Club: Pol Union. JOHNS, IVIARYSOL: Tampa: B.A.: Guidance: April 1967. JOHNSON, ELIZABETH: Tampa: B.A.: English: December 1966: ZTE Sorority: Student Association. JOHNSON, LOIS: Brandon: B.A.: EnglishfJournalis1n. JONES, MARVIN: Indian Rocks Beach: B.A.: Sociology: April 1967. J ORDAN, J ANICE: yplilnisiir -Biilcic Elementary Educfllioni aDe1t S, I omm1tteeMember,Kap- P . a ororrty: Rush Chairman- M - bers-hip Chairman: Panhellenic Couiigil Representative: UC Leadership Training Program. 'D J OSEY, FREDDIE: Bradenton: B.A.: B ' Ad M D ment: August 1966.uSmesS ml mage KAHN, JUDY: Orlando: B.A.: Social Studies Ed: A 'l 1f91:67c:fIj'cCrnArItZ1Fnd Exhibits Committlgalel: KARTON, MICHAEL: Tampa: B.A.: Marketing: April 1967: Business Administration Club. KEENE, DAVID: Miami: B.A.: Geography: April 1967: Young Democrats: Pres., Circle K: Beta III Bicycle Race: Geography Club: Des- eret Club, Pres.: Security Staff, UC. KEENE, KENNETH: Largo: B.A.: Marketing: August 1966: Business Club. KELLEY, MARSHALL: Tampa: B.A.: History: December 1966. KELLY, RONALD: Tampa: B.A.: Business: August 1966: Talos Fraternity: Circle K: Council of Fraternal Societies: Business Club. KILGORE, GERALDINE: Ruskin: B.A.: EnglishfLiberal Educa- tion: April 1967. KILPATRICK, CARLTON JR.: Brooksville: B.A.: Spanish!Education: June 1966: Foreign Language Club: Uni- versity Choir: SFEA. KING, JERRY: St. Petersburg: B.A.: Psychology: April 1967. KINGCADE, THOMAS: Tampa: B.A.: Political Science: April 1967. KINNEY, BRUCE JR.: Coving, California: B.S.: Engineering: April 1967. KINNEY, MARION: Zephyrhills: B.A.: English: August 1966: Resident Assistant: Dorm Hall Social Chairman. KLUEH, MRS. KAREN: Temple Terrace: M.A.: Special Educa- tion: August 1966. KNIGHT, SANDRA: Naples: B.A.: Mathematics: April 1967: USF Theatre. KOTAKE, CHESTER: Miami: B.A.: Geography: December 1966: Cratos Fraternity: Corres. Seci, Historian: Sigma Nu colony: USF Bow: ing Club: Fraternity Bowling I-638116: University Concert Bafldi C0mmun1ty Chorus: Student Orientation Leader, Ge' ography-Anthropology Club- KRUGER, GEORGE: Dade CNY! B.A.: Industrial Management: A u g u st 1966: Business Administration Club. KUMNICK, JOYCE: Tam? as B.A.: Elementary Education: December 1966. KUTZER, SUSAN: Miami: B.A.: Elementary Educationf'Li- brary. A:V Education: June 1966: UC Hospitality Committee: J.S.U.: SFEA. LAMKIN, WILLIAM: Melbourne: B.A.: Political Science: April 1967: Chief Justice-Student Court of Review 81 University Board of Discipline Sr Appeals. LAMPORT, KAREN: St. Petersburg: B.A.: Elementary Educa- tion: December 1966. LANCASTER, VICKI: Ft. Myers: B.A.: Mathematics Educa- tion: December 1966. LANE, ROBERT: Tampa: B.S.: Electrical Engineering, April 1967: Enotas Fraternity: Engineer- ing College Association: Florida Engi- neering Society, President: Sigma Pi Sigma fPhysics Honor Societyl. LAPORTE, GARY: New York, New York: B.A.: Speech Pathology Sz Audiology: April 1967: Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity: Movie Commit- tee: Speech Pathology Club. LARKIN, ANN: St. Petersburg: B.A.: Elementary Educa- tion: December 1966. LARUSSA, IRENE: Tampa: B.A.: Elementary Education: April 1967: SFEA. LAUGHREY, MICHAEL: B.A.: Social Science: April 1967. LAWRENCE, JUDITH: Lakeland: B.A.: Sociology: April 1967. LAZZARA, MARIE: Tampa: B.A.: English Education: April 1967. LEDBETTER, PAMELA: St. Petersburg: B.A.: Sociology, Educa- tion, English 81 Humanities: April 1967: UC Personnel Committee: Tri Delta So- rority: English Club. LEFTON, KAREN: St. Petersburg: B.A.: Elementary Edu- cation: April 1967. LEHR, ROBERTO: Bogota, Columbia: B.A.: Psychology? A11- gust 1966. LEOPOLD, LOUISE: Zephyrhills: B.A.: Psychology: December 1966: Psychology Club: Catholic Student Organization. LEPPOLD, JAMES: St. Petersburg: B.A.: Mathematics: Dc- cember 1966. 269 LEVESQUE, FRED: Tampa, B.A., Physics, April 1967, Sig- ma Pi Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon. I EWIS, NANCI: St. Petersburg, B.A., Elementary Educa tion, June 1966. LEWIS, SHELBY: Lakeland, B.A., Psychology, June 1966, Panhellenic, Chairman of Board of Stan- dards' CFS re resentative' "i.e" asso 9 P 1 ' ' ciate editor, Florida Poetry Festival, host- ess, Senior Satire, Co-author. LEZAMA, JOSE: Tampa, B.A., Accounting, April 1967, Senior Accounting Organization. I IEBACH, ELIZABETH: Nokomis, B.A., Accounting, April 1967, Catholic Student Organization. LIND, JENNY: Belize, Brit. Honduras, B.A., Sociology, June 1966, Windjammer, UC Special Events Committee, Water Ski Club. LITTLE, DIANA: 5 Tampa, B.A., Sociology? June 1966. LOCASALE, SUZANNE: St. Petersburg, B.A., Elementary Educa- tion, August 1966, Racquet Club, Sec.- Treas., Vice-President. LOHE, LINDA: St. Petersburg, B.A., Liberal Arts!Life Sciences, December 1966. LONG, RAYMOND III: Tampa, B.A., Sociology, April 1967. LONGNECKER, MICHAEL: Tampa, B.A., Geography, April 1967. LUDTKA, GOLDIE: St. Petersburg, B.A., SociolOgYS June 1966. LUFWICK, CERITA: Tampa, B.A., English Education, De- cember 1966. LUMIA, JOSEPH: Tampa, B.A., Accounting, April 1967, Senior Accounting Organization. LUNSFORD, NANCY: Tampa, B.A., Music, August 1966, Mad- rigals, Opera Workshop, WUSF Radio- TV, University Community Chorus, Uni- versity Fine Arts Chorale, 1966 Summer Festival, USF Judo Club, Windjammers. MCARTHUR, JOHN: Lakeland, B.A., English, April 1967. MCCASKILL, CHARLES III: Tampa, B.A., Industrial Management, December 1966, Enotas Fraternity, Busi- ness Administration Club, Advertising Executive for the Oracle. McCOLLISTER, JOHN: Bloomington, Minnesota, B.A., English, April 1967, Arete Fraternity, University Band, Disc Jockey WUSF. MCCORD, RONALD: Tampa, B.A., Sociology, December 1966. McELRAT H, ROSA: Charleston, South Carolina, B.A., Math- ematics, August 1966. 270 MCGARRY, MURRAY: Sarasota, B.A., Finance, A p ril 19675 Arete Fraternity, Sec. 81 Chaplain, Chair- man for Entertainment for Fall Homecom- ing, College of Business Representative to Student Association, Student Orientation Leader, In t e r - H all Resident Council Treasurer, RA, Honors Convocation. McGRAW, BARBARA: Livingston, N.J., B.A., PsyCh0lOgY3 April 1967, Sec.-Treas., Gun Club, Catholic Student Organization, Le Cercle Fran- cais, Civil War Roundtable, Sec.-Treas., Beta Tau Sigma Sorority, Karate Club. McMURREY, ROGER: Tampa, B.A., History, April 1967, Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity, Chaplain. MacFERRAN, ERNEST: Tampa, B.A., Mechanical Engineering, April 1967, Sigma Nu Fraternity, College of Engineering Association. MAHY, RICHARD: St. Petersburg, B.A., Social Science Ed- ucation, April 1967. MAKSIM, SHIRLEY: Ft. Myers, B.A., English, April 1967. MALAFRONTE, JOHN: St. Leo, B.A., Psychology, April 1967, Psychology Club, Phi Sigma Xi, IFC. MANCA, HARRY: Tampa, B.A., Humanities, April 1967. MANKER, JOHN: Tampa, B.A., Geology, April 1967. MANZ, ROBERT: Sweetwater, Texas, B.A., EconomicsfLib- eral Arts, August 1966, Dorm Hall, Pres., Vice-Pres., Standards Committee, Chair- man, United Fund, Inter-Residence Hall Council, Chairman. MARIS, WAYNE: Immokalee, B.A., Chemistry, April 1967. MARSEE, JANET: Valrico, B.A., Elementary EducationfLi- brary Education, April 1967, SFEA. MASHBURN, JOHN: Tampa, B.A., Chemistry, August 1966. MAY, NELLIE: Tampa, M.A., Elementary Curriculum Supervision and Administration, August 1966. MEKSRAITIS, MICHAEL: Tampa, B.A., Political Science, April 1967, Political Union, Publicity Chair- man, Student Court of Review 81 the University of Disciplines 81 Appeals, Jus- tice 8z Member. MENENDEZ, MARILYN: Tampa, B.A., Elementary Education, April 1967. MERCER, CHARLA: Bartow, B.A., EnglishfHumanities, April 1967. MERRIAM, DAVID: Cocoa, B.A., Special Education, June 1966, SFEA, Exceptional Child Club, Dorm Hall Council. MESERVE, RONALD: St. Petersburg, B.A., Sociology, June 1966. MEYER, JEAN: Dade City, B.A., Sociology, April 1967. MILLER, CHARLES: Tampa, B.S., Electrical Engineering, April 1967, Engineering College Associa- tion, Florida Engineering Society, Insti- tute of Electrical 81 Electronic Engineers Inc. MILLER, JOHN: Clearwater, B.A., General Economics 81 Industrial Management, April 1967, Eco- nomics Club. MILLER, ROGER: Lakeland, B.A., Industrial Management, April 1967. MILLER, SUSAN: Daytona Beach, B.A., Sociology, April 1967, President, Epsilon 1 East. MILLIKEN, ROBERT: Ft. Myers, B.A., Secondary Education, April 1967. MIMS, LINDA: Bradenton, B.A., Business Education, April 1967. MINNICH, JEANNE: Orlando, B.A., Psychol0gY3 June 1966, Hall Athletic Chairman, Tennis Club, Psychology Club, Dorm Standards Board Chairman, Basketweavers, Intramurals, Resident Assistant. MISSING, MARY: Plant City, B.A., History Education, Au- gust 1966. MONTALBANO, MRS. DIANA: Tampa, B.A., English Education, Decem- ber 1966. MONTALBANO, RICHARD: Tampa, B.A., Accounting, April 1967, Cratos Fraternity. MOORE, CAROLYN: Tampa, B.A., Mathematics Education, April 1967, Baptist Student Union, Stu- dent Florida Education Association, Na- tional Council of Teachers of Mathe- matics. MOORE, GAIL: , Jacksonville, B.A., Social Science, June 1966. MOORE, REBECCA: Miami, B.A., History, December 1966, Readers Theater Guild, Political Union, World Affairs Club. MOORE, SHERON : Jacksonville, B.A., Elementary Educa- tion, April 1967. MORRISS, JACK: Tampa, B.A., English, April 1967, FIA English Society, English College Associa- tion, Intramurals. MORTON, KATHLEEN: St. Petersburg, B.A., Social Science, De- cember 1966. MOUNT BTW' 1' I MRUZE . m , gif Clue teffllly' llbflgigz giiril wi paeuml i St. Pele' NABBE. Sl culfpfff' NAGER. G Tampai Businff NAZE. GE Madison April 1 Assistan los Ffalf IFC RCI Pledge Sigma N Club: 51 NOE. PAT' Lakelanf 1967: A Club. NOISIANI St, Pete 196' 1. NUCCIO. S Tampa: Aegean: editor- pledge 1 chaplain ter: per tee chai Freshme OAKES. G Scrantoi August 0'CONNO' V e s I a April l Admini OICONNO T a m p Student Chairm Preside Phi Ep OCDEN. 1 Tampa 1966. UGDEN. Tampa 0'LEARY Fr. La April . Frau-r L-hairn f Re lnlllptn ' lllne 1 1967, mint: Sgocla. : llllsli. glllfefs ics Q ln Z ECO. l3IIlCIll, April ation- 1 ation, 1966, Club, Board xuralsg l , Au- cem l9679 tion, Stu- Na- athe- Iune 1 1 J66 lon ica- 313' le- MOUNTAIN, SANDRA: Brooksville, B.A., Economics, August 1966. MROZEK, RONALD: Miami, B.A., Finance, August 1966, Golf Club, Vice President, Verdandi Fra- ternity, Rush Chairman. MUET HER, MARY: Gulfport, B.A., Elementary Education, April 1967, SFEA, Univ. Chorus, Athe- naeum, Intramurals. MULLINS, MURIEL: St. Petersburg, B.A., Accounting, April 1967. NARBE, SUSAN: Gulfport, B.A., English, April 1967. NAGER, GERALD: Tampa, B.A., Marketing, August 1966, Business Club. NAZE, GEORGE: Madison, Wisconsin, B.A., Accounting, April 1967, dorm hall Govt., Resident Assistant, Univ. Center Supervisor, Cra- tos Fraternity, Rush Chm., Pledgemaster, IFC Representative, Vice-President, Best Pledge IFall '64-I, IFC member at large, Sigma Nu Fraternity, Senior Accounting Club, Senior Class president. NOR, PATRICIA: Lakeland, B.A., Social Science, April 1967, Anthropology Club, Geography Club. NOUSIANEN, EDWARD: St. Petersburg, B.A., Z o ol o g y, April 1967. NUCCIO, SAM: Tampa, B.A., Psychology, April 1967, Aegean: layout editor, assistant editor, editor-1964, 1966, Cratos Fraternity: pledge class president, social chairman, chaplain, rush chairman, University Cen- ter: personnel committee, music commit- tee chairman, program council chairman. Freshman Orientation leader. OAKES, GARY: Scranton, Pennsylvania, B.A., History, August 1966, Gold Key Honor Society. O'CONNOR, GARY: Vestal, New York, B.A., Economics, April 1967, Economics Club, Business Administration Club. O'CONNOR, JAMES J R.: Tampa, B.A., Chemistry, April 1967, Student Association, President Beta Hall, Chairman UC Special Events Committee, President Sigma Epsilon Colony of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity. OGDEN, MRS. KAREN: Tampa, M.A., Special Education, August 1966. OGDEN, THOMAS: Tampa, B.A., Psychology, April 1967. 0'LEARY, ROBERT: Ft. Lauderdale, B.A., Political Science, April 1967, Cratos Colony of Sigma Nu Fraternity-President, Chaplain, Social Chairman, Pledge Class President, IFC - Recording Secretary, Judiciary Com- mittee, Catholic Student Organization, Water Ski Club, St d . Government, Politiblalerlliiiborl ,Rflsggggli cial Events Committee' Publ' ' . R Committee. l lc elatlons OLSON, CHARLES JR.: Tampa? B-A-s Psychology: April 1967. OPP, WILLIAM: Tampa? B.S., Engineering, April 1967. OSBORNE, VINCENT JR.: Tampa: B.A.: Political Scienc - . ber 1966, Founder of Studeng, gfcllitng- sponsible Gov't., First Chairman of SRG, SA Representative, Chairman Election Rules Committee, Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity, Political Union, Theatre. D OSMANN, JACK: St. Petersburg, B.A., English!Education, August 1966. OTTO, MICHAEL: Mamaroneck, New York, Psychology, B.A., August 1966, Verdandi Fraternity, Psychology Club. OUTTEN, LISBETH: St. Petersburg, B.A., Business Educa- tion, April 1967. OWENS, MRS. MARJORIE: Largo, M.A., Library Education, April 1967. PAIZ, VIRGINIA: Tampa, B.A., Elementary Education, De- cember 1966. PALLONARI, ROSE: Miami, B.A., English Education, Decem- ber 1966. PALMATEER, SHARON: Temple Terrace, B.A., Elementary Edu- cation, December 1966. PAPP, EMOKE: Orlando, B.A., Psychology, April 1967. PARKINS, CAROLYN: Milton, West Va., -B.A., Speech-Em glish, December 1966, UC Program Coun- cil Secretary, V. Pres., Movies Commit- tee, Top Ten Club, "Blithe Spirit." PASCALL, CAROL: Clearwater, B.A., Elementary Education, August 1966, UC Public Relations Com- mittee, UC Program Council. PATE, MRS. OLGA: Tampa, B.A., Elementary Education, June 1966. PATTON, STUART: - St. Petersburg, B.A., PsyCl10l0gYZ August 1966. PEARMAN, LINDA: H Clearwater? B-A-5 Elementary Education: April 1967. PEARSON, JOHN: St. Petersburg, B-A-3 PIIYS-ICS? August 1966. PENROD, I AN: St, Petersburg, B.A., Industrial Manage ment, April 1967. PEREZ, ANTHONY: gZ:1rgpaZxB.A., .Accp:ifngin? April 1967, Or ccount - ' . Charter Class Mllgribeil. l lrcle K Club, PERMUT, STEVEN: St. Petersburg, B.A., S 'l , A 'I 1967, Gold Key Honor Sgliigtsgy pn PERRICONE, DOROTHY: Tampa, M.A., Elementary Education, August 1966. PERRY, RICHARD: Largo, B.A., Psychology, August 1966. PETRICK, JOHN: Lutz, B.S., Engineering, April 1967. PHILIPS, DAVID: Delmar, New York, B.A., Economics, April 1967. PHILLIPS, ARTHUR: Lynbrook, New York, B.A., Marketing' April 1967. PHILLIPS, J AANET: Plant City, B.A., Business Education, April 1967, Business Administration Club. PHILLIPS, JOHN: Winter Garden, B.A., Elementary Edu- cation, August 1966. PIERCE, RICHARD JR.: Lutz, B.A., Chemistry, April 1967. PIERSON, ALVIN: St. Petersburg, M.A., Guidance, August 1966. PINIELLA, VIVIAN: T a m p a, B.A., Elementary Education, April 1967. PRENDES, VILMA: T a m p a, B.A., Elementary Education, April 1967, SFEA. PRESCHER, KATHRYN: Temple Terrace, B.A., Elementary Edu- cation, April 1967. PRIDGEN, MRS. NINA: Tampa, B.A., Elementary Education, December 1966. PUGH, HAROLD: Tampa, B.A., Elementary Education, April 1967. PUGLISI, VINCENT: Tampa, B.A., Chemistry, June 1966. PUPELLO, SANDRA: Tampa, B.A., Physical Education, De- cember 1966. PURDY, JOAN: Cazenovia, New York, B.A., Elementary Education, April 1967. PUTNEY, EVERETT: L a r g o, M . A., Elementary Education, J une 1966. RAKES, ANDREA: Nokomis, B.A., Sociology, April 1967: Young Democrats, USF Bowling League. 271 RANDALL, DIANNE: Tampa: B.A.: Psychology: August 1966: Psychology Club. RAY, JOHN: Mount Dora: B.A.: Political Science April 1967. RE COSMO: Tampa: B.A.: Mental Retardation: April 1967: Graduate Assistant, College of Ed- ucation: Lower Level Advisor: ATO Col- ony Advisor. REEDER, GRACE: St. Petersburg: B.A.: Business Educa- tion: April 1967. RENNIE, JAMES: St. Petersburg: B.A.: English: December 1966. RESCIGNO, DIANE: Homestead: B.A.: F r e n c h Education: April 1967. REYNOLDS, DIANA: Dunedin: B.A.: Education: December 1966: UC Hospitality Committee. REYNOLDS, GLENN: Lakeland: B.A.: Social Science: April 1967. REYNOLDS, JOHN: Fernandina Beach: B.A.: Geology: April 1967. RHYNE, MARGARET: Marianna: B.A.: Industrial Management: August 1966: Fides, Sorority: Business Administration Club. RICHARDS, DONALD JR.: St. Petersburg: B.A.: Psychology: April 1967. RICHARDSON, HELEN: Dade City: B.A.: English: Library Sci- ence: April 1967. RICHBOURG, CAROL: Clearwater: B.A.: Elementary Education: April 1967: SFEA: Gamma Girls Coun- cil: Gamma Hall Academic Chairman: Athenaeum Honor Society: Who's Who in American Colleges. RIEDY, LEROY: Sebring: M.A.: English Education: Au- gust 1966. RILEY, MRS. CAROL: Tampa: B.A.: Elementary Education: De- cember 1966. RIMAR, ALLAIN: St. Petersburg: B.A.: French Education: December 1966. RIPPLE, PAMELA: Titusville: B.A.: Business Education: April 1967: Fides Sorority-Librarian, vice-president: Tri Delta Sorority: Stu- dent Association Representative: Secre- tary-Treasurer Delta Hall: Vice-President 8: Sec.-Treas. dorm floor. ROBERTS, RICHARD: St. Petersburg: B.A.: Accounting: Dc- celnber 1966: Senior Accounting Organi- zatron. RODRIGUEZ, ANTHONY: Tampa: B.A.: Finance: April 1967. RODRIGUEZ, SANTOS: Tampa: B.A.: Business Education: April 1967. ROMLEY, BRUCE: Winter Garden: B.A.: Political Science April 1967. ROOZEN, LUKE: Tampa: B.A.: Anthropology: A u g u st 1966. I RUMBLE, MEREDITH: T Hollywood: B.A.: Elementary Education: April 1967. RUMRELL, RICHARD: Mango: B.A.: Political Science: April 1967: Circle K, Trustee: Forensic Society, Pres. 81 Vice Pres.: UC Public Relations Council: Young Democrats: Political Union: College Urban Research Org., Pres.: Pre-Law Club: Student Associa- tion, legislator, representative - at - large: Table Tennis Team-Runner-up singles, winner doubles. RUSHING, LYNDA: Winter Park: B.A.: English Education: December 1966. RUST, AARON: Tampa: B.A.: Geology: December 1966. SAFKO, ANDREW: St. Petersburg: B.A.: Marketing: Decem- ber 1966. SALGADO, MARSHA: Tampa: B.A.: French: December 1966: French Club. SALMON, GEORGE JR.: Tampa: B.A.: Elementary Education: August 1966: Tennis Team. SAMIT, JACOB: St. Petersburg: M.A.: Guidance: August 1966. SANDERS, RICHARD: Orlando: B.A.: Special Education: Junc 1966: Exceptional Child Club. SANTMYERS, GORDON: Tampa: B.A.: SpeechfHistory: April 1967: Bay Players: Readers Theatre Guild: USF Theatre, "Bellelamar," "The Tempest:" Director, "4-8th City." SASTRE, LUIS: Sancti-Spiritus, Cuba: B.S.: Engineering: April 1967: Florida Engineering Society: Engineering College Association: UC Pro- gram Council: UC Dance Committee Member and Chairman: International Stu- dent Organization, Member and President. SAUCER, BARBARA: Oviedo: B.A.: Elementary Education: April 1967. SAXON, J UDITH: Tampa: B.A.: Special Education: Decem ber 1966. SCANIO, TOM: Tampa: B.A.: Psychology: Juno 1966. 7 SCHMITT, IRMA: Valrico: B.A.: ZoologyfChemistry: April 1967: Student Association Representative: Marine Biology Club: Undergraduate Re- search Participant-Zoology. SCHREIBER, MARJORIE: Miami: B.A.: Psychology: April 1967: Hospitality Committee: RA. SCHROEDER, ALLEN: Hollywood: B.A.: Finance: December 1966: Living Unit officer: Business Club: SA: Intramural Softball, football, soccer. SCHULTY, DIANN: Chiefland: B.A.: Elementary Education: December 1966. SCHULZ, WILLIAM: Tampa: B.S.: Engineering: April 1967. SCHWEITZER, ANTONIA: Philadelphia, Penn.: B.A.: Astronomy: April 1967: Astronomy Club: Bowling League: Sailing Club: Sportscar Club: Archery Club. SCOGGINS, LAURA: Miami: B.A.: EnglishfEducation: April 1967: Tri-SIS sorority-chaplain, corre- sponding sec., song chairman: Senior Sat- ires: Folk Sing Contests: Greek Week Events: Best-Dressed Contest. SCOTT, WILLIAM: Miami: B.A.: BroadcastfSpeech: Decem- ber 1966: Zeta Phi Epsilon Fraternity: Student Assistant WUSF Radio and Tel- evision, Soccer Announcer for USF Soccer Team. SEDITA, REGINALD: Tampa: B.A.: Physical Education: De- cember l966: Talos Fraternity. SELDOMRIDGE, ALBERTA: Tampa: B.A.: Chemistry: December 1966. SELF, JANICE: Palm Harbor: B.A.: Elementary Educa- tion: April 1967: SNEA-BSU. SHEARER, JOHN HENRY: Ft. Myers: B.A.: Economics: December 1966: Cratos colony of Sigma Nu, pledge- master. SHEPHERD, LORETTA: Tampa: B.A.: Physical Education: De- cember 1966: Tri Delta Sorority. SHOCKLEY, JAMES: Avon Park: B.A.: Zoology: April 1967. SHORTT, IRA: Tampa: B.A.: Psychol0gY3 June 1966. SIEGLER, MARSHA: Oldsmar: B.A.: Biology: April 1967: Ma- rine Biology Club. SIMMS, PATRICIA: West Palm Beach: B.A.: Elementary Ed- ucation: April 1967. SIMPSON, RICHARD: Sarasota: B.A.: Math: December 1966: Pres., dorm hall: Resident Assistant. SIZEMORE, ELZA: Bradenton: B.A.: English: April 1967: Oracle Sports Editor: Campus Edition Copy Editor: Verdandi: Sigma Epsilon Colony, athletic chairman 8: publicity chairman: BSU. S'f,iEg,1.. SMITH- if' ISS? 'iff it For: Xl?" QHTH- SMITH- PF Sr, W" lwfzn rial Cin' 5 MERS - 50. ' Samafsia April 19 SQETHER5 Sparlarlld 196-. L C 4 . ' SPETH. DA jarfksont 1 April 196 SPIVEY. El Tamplii ll l966Z K' SPOTO. TO Tampai T ber 1966. STACKHOI Temple T cation: A STARKEY. Miami: l Pi Kappa ternal I'- Represf-n: STARKS. Rl Tampa: Cratos F Business Colleges. STEEX. SAT Jacksonvi WLSF a porter: ii STEIL. R.-X' Tampa: I 1966. STEIN. KI.-'I SI. Peter: tion: Apr STENGER, Barrow .lune196 STEVENSO Clearwai. ber 1966. STEVENSO Sr. P. . 1967, iff CIPHTWQI. STOLBA. 1 Tampa: ber 1900 B0ard nf Polilical April tahve : te Re, 1967: emh cuff 0CCer, 3il0I1g l967. l0IIly: rrvlrng ulllb: April zorre- F Sat- Week :cem- nity: Tel- occer De- 1966. luca- uber dge- De- 967. 6. Ma- Ed- 66: 575 ion lorl iii' .ii-11 If ,.. SLACK, ROGER: Pinellas Park: B.A.: Physics: April 1967. SMITH, MRS. KAREN: Tampa: B.A.: Elementary Education: April 1967. SMITH, MARY: Fort Myers: B.A.: Education: June 1966. SMITH, PERRY IV: St. Petersburg: B.A.: Marketing: April 1967: Oracle Advertising: Oracle Edito- rial Cartoon. SOMERS, SUSAN: Sarasota: B.A.: Elementary Education: 7 April 1967. SOUTHERS, SUZANNE: I Spartanburg, S.C.: B.A.: Sociology: April 1967: UC Movie Committee. SPETH, DAWN: Jacksonville: B.A.: English!Journalism: April 1967: USF Windjammers. SPIVEY, ELLEN: Tampa: B.A.: Social Welfare: December 1966: World Affairs Club, Treas. SPOTO, TONI: Tampa: B.A.: English Education: Decem- ber 1966. STACKHOUSE, CHARLENE: Temple Terrace: M.A.: Elementary Edu- cation: August 1966: Community Chorus. STARKEY, ROBERT: Miami: B.A.: Accounting: April 1967: Pi Kappa Alpha Colony President: Fra- ternal Policies: Interfraternity Council Representative. STARKS, ROBERT: Tampa: B.A.: Economics: April 1967: Cratos Fraternity: Sigma Nu Colony: Business Club: Who's Who in American Colleges. STEEN, SAMMY: Jacksonville: B.A.: Sociology? June 1966: WUSF announcer: Campus Edition re- porter: intramurals. STEIL, RAYMOND: Tampa: B.A.: Science Education: August 1966. STEIN, MARYANNE: St. Petersburg: B.A.: Elementary Educa- tion: April 1967. STENGER, J ACQUELINE: B a r to w: B.A.: Elementary Education: June 1966. . STEVENSON, ELIZABETH: Clearwater: B.A.: Art Education: Decem- ber 1966. STEVENSON, HARRIS : St. Petersburg: B.A.: Finance: April 1967: Economics Club. STEVENSON, MARY: Clearwater: B.A.: Art: April 1967. STOLBA, LOUIS: Tampa: B.A.: Political Science: Decem- ber 1966: Student Court of Review: B02trd of Discipline: Young Democrats: Political Union. STROM, GARY: Eifilclwood: B.A.: Geology: April 1967. rrce K' Cratos Colony f S' i Fraternity, pledgemaster. 0 lgma Nu STROUP, NAIDA: Temple Terrac : B.A.: Ph ' 1 tion A 1196? ysrca Educa- jorsiclslgl 3 Physical Education Ma- STUART, MRS. PENELOPE: Madeira Beach: M.A.: G 'd - A 19663 Community Choruslu ance, ugust STURM, GARY: Sarasota: B.S.: Engineering: April 1967: Honorary Math Club: Gold Key Honor Society: Sec.-Treas. of Engineering Col- lege Association: Vice President Florida Engineering Society: Dorm Officer, SULLIVAN, JERRY III: Tampa: B.A.: Marketing: April 1967: Arete Fraternity: Freshman Orientation Leader. SULLIVAN, LINDA: Tampa: B.A.: English Education: April 1967: Delta Zeta Sorority: Panhellenic Rep.: Student Association CB represen- tative: Chairman Projects committee: In- ternal Affairs Committee. SUMMERS, COLLIER: Sarasota: B.A.: Humanities: August 1966: President, University Chorus: En- semble groups: Intramurals: Folk sing Contest. SUMNER, RUTH: Tampa: B.A.: English: Library-Av. Ed.: April 1967. SUTTON, JOHN: Clearwater: B.A.: Art Education: April 1967: Botega Art Club, 1967 president. SWENDSON, GAYLEK: T a m p a: B.A.: SpeechfEnglish: April 1967. SWILLEY, MASON JR.: 1 Tampa: B.A.: English: June 1966. TAMBORELLO, ROSE ANN: Tampa: B.A.: Elementary Education: April 1967. TAYLOR, JAMES: Orlando: B.A.: Accounting: April 19673 Senior Accounting OrgaI11Z8U0I13 Chair' man Publicity Committee. TEAGUE, MARSHA: Tampa: B.A.: English: December 1966. TERRILL, PAM: Plant City: B.A.: Business Education: April 1967. THIES, JOHN: Brooksville: B.A.: Accounting? Decffmber 1966: Corres. Sec., Publicity Chairman, Senior Accounting Club? BU5IneS5,Admmi istration Club: Phi Sigma X1 affiliate o Tau Kappa Epsilon, Treasurer of Pledge Class. THOMAS, GEORGE II: t Tampa: B.A.: Philosophy: April 1967: Fencing Club, Past Pfesldent' THOMPSON, LAWRENCE: Tampa: B.A.: Geology: August 1966. THOMPSON, SHERMAN: Thonotosassa: B.A.: History: April 1967 THOMPSON, WJILLIAMI Yggrgter Garden: B.A.: Psychology: April TILLMAN, JEFFREY: Tampa? B.A.: Economics: April 1967: Economics Club: Intramural football. TOOMA, THEDE: Temple Terrace: B.A.: Elementary Edu- cation: June 1966. TOUCHTON, BONNIE: Tampa: B.A.: Theatre ArtfFine Arts: April 1967: Bay Players. TREBES, ROBERT: Tampa: B.A.: Psychology: April 1967. TRENT, SCOTT: Miami Beach: B.A.: Psychology: Decem- ber 1966: Jewish Student Union: Judo Club: Karate Club: dorm hall Social Chairman: Founding Brother Verdandi Fraternity fSigma Epsilon Colonyl. TROWBRIDGE, VIRGINIA: Dade City: B.A.: Elementary Education: June 1966: SFEA. TRUITT, WALTER JR.: Tampa: B.A.: Management: December 1966. TURNER, EUGENE: New Smyrna Beach: B.A.: Economics December 1966. TURNEY, MARGARET T.: Leesburg: B.A.: Music Education: April 1967: Who's Who in American Colleges. TYLER, NANCY: Temple Terrace: M.A.: Elementary Edu- cation: August 1966. TYLER, WESLEY: Balm: B.A.: Marketi.ng: August 1966. TYNER, CLARENCE JR.: Tampa: B.A.: Accounting: April, 1967. UNDERHILL, MRS. DONNA: St. Petersburg: B.A.: Music Education: April 1967. UTHARNTHARM, VADEE: Bangkok, Thailand: B.A.: International Studies: June 1966. UZ, JOANNR: T a m p a: B.A.: Elementary Education: December 1966. VAGTS, KENNETH: Land O' Lakes: B.A.: Math: April 1967: Kappa Iota Omega Fraternity: President: Rush Chairman 81 others: Lambda Chl Alpha Fraternity President: P1 Mu Ep- silon. VAN DEN ANCKER, CORNELIS: Tampa: B.A.: Geology: April 1967. VAN WINKLE, NANCY: Orlando: B.A.: Elementary Education: June 1966. 273 Ve HORN, PAUL: St. Petersburg, B.A., English, April 1967. VERMILLON, WAYNE: Tampa, B.A., Accounting, December 1966, Senior Accounting Club. VERNON, LYDIA: Asheville, N.C., B.A., Elementary Edu- cation, June 1966. VILLADONGA, ESTHER: Tampa, B.A., Elementary Education, April 1967. VILLOT, ORLANDO: Tampa, B.A., Natural SciencesfBotany, August 1966. VODAR, LAWRENCE: Clearwater, B.A., Zoology, April 1967. WAISMAN, ROSEMARY: Tampa, B.A., English, August 1966, Kappa Delta Sorority: projects chm., Constitutional Revisions Chmn., Student Gov't. Assoc. Representative, Interim Re- cording Secretary, Executive Sec'y, Rules Committee, Housing Sz Food Service Comm. Chmn., UC Hospitality Comm., Honorable mention, Lew Sarett Speech Contest, Exchange Student, U. of Mass. WALEN, JOHN: Tampa, B.A., International Studies: De- cember 1966, Young Democrats, Trea- surer 81 Historian, World Affairs Club, VP, Political Union, Fencing Club. WALLACE, FRANCIS: St. Petersburg, B.A., Sociology, August 1966. WALLACE, WILLIAM: Norfolk, Virginia, B.A., Elementary Ed- ucation, April 1967 WALLS, LINDA: Madeira Beach, B.A., Elementary Edu- cation, April 1967. WALSER, GEORGE: Clearwater, B.A., Political Science, June 1966, Liberal Arts Representative, Stu- dent Association Legislature. WALTHER, FRANK: Chicago, Illinois, B.A., Sociology, Au- gust 1966, Talos Fraternity. WARD, MRS. BARBARA: T a m p a, B.A., Elementary Education, June 1966. WARD, MICHAEL: Miami: B.A., Economics, April 1967. WARREN, CONSTANCE: Lutz, B.A., Elementary Education, April 1967. WATSON, RONALD: Dade City, B.A., Accounting, April 1967, Who's Who in American Colleges, Senior Accounting Organization, Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. WATTS, LEE: Sarasota, B.A., Social Studies Education, June 1966. 2741 WAY, HAROLD JR.: Tampa, B.A., Social Studies, June 1966. WEAVER, DON JR.: Tampa, B.A., Economics, April 1967, Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity, Econom- ics Club. WEBB, JUDITH. Tampa, B.A., Botany 81 Bacteriology, April 1967, Sec., Treas., USF Russian Club, Pres., Russian Club, USF Deans Advising Council, member of Athenaeum. WEDEL, CAROLYN: Clearwater, B.A., Chemistry, April 1967, Student Association, Vice Pres., dorm hall. WEDGE, MICHAEL: Tampa, B.S., Engineering, April 1967. WEDIG, RICHARD: Bonita Springs, B.A., Russian Language and Literature, April 1967, USF Russian Language Club, VP, USF Student Abroad 1966. WEILER, DARRYLE: Jacksonville, B.A., Physics, April 1967, Physics Society, Sigma Epsilon Colony, Karate Club, Judo Club. WEILL, MAX: Ft. Lauderdale, B.A., English-Education, April 1967, Eta-Zeta Dormitory Gov. Pres., Resident Assistant - Beta Hall, Zeta Hall Secretary. WEIR, BLAIR: Tampa, B.A., Political Science, August 1966, Amicus Curea lPre-Law Clubl, Forensics, Varsity Debate Team, World Affairs Club, parliamentarian, Political Union, Campus Forum, chairman, SA Legislator, parliamentarian Chief Justice Student Court of Review. WEISS, MAXINE: Miami Beach, BA., EnglishfJournalism, December 1966, Tri-SIS, lst VP, Record- ing Sec., dorm hall Secretary-Treasurer, Dormitory Standard Board Member. WHITTEN, MRS. EDYTHE: Tampa, B.A., EnglishfLibrary Educa- tion, December 1966. WIEST, CARLOS: Sarasota, B.A., Economics, April 1967, Resident Assistant, Young Republicans. WILLIAMS, FLORENCE: Tampa, B.A., English 81 History, April 1967. WILLIAMS, JOSEPH: Lakeland, B.A., Sociology, April 1967. WILLIAMS, MERLE: Tampa, B.A., Industrial Management, December 1966. WILSON, JAMES: Indialarte, B.A., Industrial Management, April 1967, Lambda Chi Alpha Frater- nity. WILSON, JOHN: Oneco, B.A., Zoology, August 1966, Ma- rine Biology Club. WILSON, KATHRYN: . Tampa, B.A., Math, April 1967. WINTER, DAVID: A Largo, B.A., Marketing, August 1966. WINTER, DAVID: Dubuque, Iowa, B.S., Engineering, De- cember 1966, Florida Engineering Soci- ety, Engineering College Association. WOODWARD, CORALIE: Winter Park, B.A., Music Education, April 1967, Fine Arts Chorale, Opera Workshop, Madrigal Singer, University Religious Council, Syrinx, Basketweaver, University Chapel Fellowship, UC Music Committee, University Community Cho- rus, Resident Assistant, Sharmers 1964 Homecoming-2nd place in Folk Sing. WRIGHT, CHRISTOPHER: Hialeah, B.A.,'Physical Education, June 1966, PEM Club, parliamentarian. WRIGHT, WAYNE: Tampa, B.A., Math, April 1967. YEABOWER, ANNA: Winter Park, B.A., Spanish-Russian, August 1966, Tri-SIS Sorority, historian, Russian Club, Dance Club, Floor Vice- Chairman, Exchange S t u d e n t Program KU. of Mass.J . YEARICK, JOHN: Miami, B.A., Speech-Broadcasting, April 1967, Judo Club, vice-president, Phonet- ics Club,,president. YORK, MRS. BRENDA: Tampa, B.A., Sociology, June 1966. YORK, CAROL: Panama City, B.A., Elementary Educa- tion, April 1967, Student Florida Edu- cation Association. YOUNG, JANET: Tampa, B.A., Elementary Education, De- cember 1966, Delta Zeta Sorority YOUNG, RONALD: St. Petersburg, B.A., Accounting, April 1967, Senior Accounting Club, Business Administration Club, Tennis Club. YOUNG, SARA: Tampa, B.A., Elementary Education, De- cember 1966. YOWELL, RONALD: Clearwater, B.A., Psychology, December 1966. ZEIKUS, JOSEPH: Thonotosassa, B.A., Bacteriology, April 1967, Vice Pres., Gold Key Honor Soci- ety, Honors Convocation. X ZIEGENHORN, MARY: Tampa, B.A., Elementary Education, April 1967, NEA, FEA. ZIEHL, BARBARA JEAN: T a m p a, B.A., Elementary Education, April 1967. The above is a list of candidates for graduation and is by no means an official list of graduates. Kglxr l.'Z2ff":"""l. ill. fgffffirlc A Adm' WIYD' Acolu' Joh!! Adams' jegue Adlmg, K., W Anuisisfffi ADMINISTR-A AEGEA5 Agdxmifv PCN Aid-msn' TCU! Akers' S1870 Albritton. M" Mchedirk. Bd Alderfff. SV, Ajennder. W' 'mod' lack Algood- lim Alkijg, Kuhf! Allen, Al . Allen. BOPP" Donald Allen. 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April Soci- tion? tiorli i of 311 Ahare, Katie 230 Abel, Barbara 141 Abromovitz, Joe 162 ACADEMIC AFFAIRS 116 Aclase, WHYUC 178 Acosta, J01'll'l 188 Adams, Jessie 230 Adams, Kay 141 ADMINISTRATION 86 ADMINISTRATIVE AFFAIRS 118 AEGEAN 182 Agdamag, Pete 148 Aidman, Terry 154 Akers, Steve 163 Albritton, Mary Ann 158 Alchediak, Betty 158 Alderfer, Sue 153 Alexander, William 197 Algod, Jack 207 Algood, Jim 207 Alkire, Kathryn 194, 230 Allen, Al 178 Allen, Bobbie 158 Allen, Donald 111 Allen, Edmund 122 Allen, John S. 86, 87 Allen, Patricia 82, 230 Almerico, Harriet 230 ALPHA TAU OMEGA 136 Alston, John 180, 194, 230 Alt, Richard 148 Alvarez, Arlene 230 Alvarez, Francis 150 Alvarez, Kristy 139 Alvarez, Ronald 230 Alvarez, Ruben 178 Alzugaray, George 230 Amaden, Don 135 Ambler, John 150, 178 Anhrom, Susan 196 Anderson, Christian 97 Anderson, Robert 136, 230 Andretta, Robert 201 Andrews, Carrie 205 Angermeir, Joe 146 Ankrom, Suzan 188 Anthony, Cheryl 139 Anthony, David 154. Archer, Robert 195 Argyros, Elaine 231 Armas, Armando 231 Armstrong, Dan 160 Armstrong, Sam 205 Arnold, Sue 231 Ashford, Theodore 107 Askew, John 146, 231 Attaway, Cindy 202 Aubrey, Judy 190 Aycock, Tom 207 Barbor, Edwin 231 Bachman, Rick 146, 231 Bam, Joy 181 BHBIPY, Mike 152 Bageafd, Jean 15, 82, 167, 175 Baggerly, Carol 207 Bahmiller, David 231 Bakehouse, Mary 188 Baker, Judy 141 Baldwin, Carol 231 Baldwin, David 231 Baldwin, Lyla 231 Bamburger, Laurie 153 Banks, Susan 139 BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 193 Barber, Kathleen 205 Hardin, Jeff 148 Barett, James B2 Baffield, Sharon 153 Baffom, Charles 231 Barker, Mary Lou 115 Bafkes, Fulton 200 Barnes, Allan 203 Barnes, John 231 Barnes, Mildred 231 Barnes, Wilson 231 Bameif, Scott 155 Barr, Douglas 231 Baffell, James 231 Barritt, Lynn BASIC STUDIES BASKETWEAVERS Bass, Ernest Batclann, Dave Bates, Barbara Bates, David Battle, Dean Jean Bauer, Dave BAY CAMPUS Beach, Marsha Beagles, Donna Bean, Tom Bear, John Beatty, Dave Beaubien, Roger Becker, W'illard Bedingfield, John Beecher, Alvah Beery, Ann Behvenuti, Bud Beiro, Joe Belcher, Fred Bell, Herb Bell, Janis Bell, Jon Bell, Larry Bello, Ignacio Belsito, Missy Belstrom, Pete Belt, Carol Benson, Beth Bentley, Mary Ann Benton, Elaine Benuenuti, Bud Benz, Pat Benz, Patricia Bercov, Steve Bergen, Mira Berger, Steve Bergman, Anne Bergstrom, Marc Beringer, Bernadine Berkey, Gene Bernard, Kathryn Besenbach, Magdalen Beuttner, Walt Bilbrey, Junior Binder, Lynne Birdsall, Bart Birkenmaier, Joann Bishop, Linda Black, Brian Black, Carolyn Black, Charles Blank, Stan Blanner, Mike Blevins, Al Blind, Mary Ann Bloom, Steve Bodler, Edward Bodley, Ken Boggs, Jan Bonavia, Mike Bond, Wayne Bonnet, Nancy Borus, Lynne Boros, Andy Bottenfield, Kitty Bouverat, Alan Bower, Don Bowers, Dr. Bowers, Patricia Bowers, Richard BOWLING CLUB Boyd, Chris Boynton, David Bradbeer, Linda Bradford, George Bradley, Jacquilin Bradley, Jim Brady, Ernest Brady, William Braley, John Brames, Herman Branch, William Brand, Mildred Brandenberger, John Brandon, Eugene Brannon, Warren Braxton, Bob Braxton, Carol Brazeal, Barbara - Breslin, Michael Brice, Betty Brice, Frank Index 158 88 205 231 178 158, 231 231 94 150 127 134 139 178 142 150 148 191, 231 202 102 144 156 188 162 146 139 148 219 195 53, 158 142 43 232 42 141 190 142 263 146 158 142 206 185 232 146 232 232 150 160 188 200, 201 232 190 40 232 188 178. 204 162 152, 219 190 200 124 148 193 178 194, 232 139 82, 232 152 158 42, 232 150 215 139 123 207 188 232 232 148, 232 232 146, 203 185 186 210, 232 129 232 263 150 232 150, 190 192 232 182 188 158 205 Brice, Richard Briggs, Bright, John Chip Briglitwell, Richard Brink, Louise Brisard, Fred Britt, Jim Brooks, Hugh Brooks, Ken Brosch, Raymond Brower, Ronald Brown, Ben Brown, Berta Brown, David Brown, Ginger Brown, Jeanne Brown, Kenneth Brown, Rick 132 Brown, Robert Brown, Tom Brownlee, John Broyles, Dave Brusca, Donald Bruskivage, Steve Bryan, Bill Bryant, Bob Bryant, Jyles Bucklew, Karl Buckley, Betty Buckmaster, Bucky Bunch, David Burdette, Mary Burdick, Charles Burgess, Donna Bumette, Lynn Burns, Sandra Burroughs, Ivan Bushell, John 200, 132, 133, 142, 233, 150, 142, 156, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Byrd, Charlie Byrd, Dick Calderone, I-Iortense Caldwell, Edward Caldwell, Frank 132 Cali, Rose Calmond, David Calvert, Bob Calvert, Vivian Cameron, Richard Cameron, William Camp, William Campbell, Susan Campbell, Terri Campo, Daniel Campo, Mary Camporamor, Joe Canizares, Jorge Capacette, Susan Cappolino, Joan Carlson, John Carlson, Judith Carlton, Bert Carmaek, Elliot Carpenter, Bob Carr, Mike Carrier. Melvin Carrier, Nancy Carroll, Patricia Carroll, Wayne Carsten, Terry Carter, Claudia Carter, Howard Carter, Lester Carter, Marjorie Cartright, Joe Carvan, Luis Casey, Karen Casey, Myrl Cassisi, Vincent Castillo, Ken Castleton. Lee Castro, Roland 133. 150, 177, 134, 132, 156, 82, 132, 150, 162, 178, 204, CATHOLIC STUDENT ORGAN Catlin, Rick Cauvel, Ara Cehres, Phil Chaki, James ChamberS, Jack Chancellor, Manuel Chancey, Earl Chancey, Emmanuel Chapin, Judy Chapman, Alton Chapman, Margaret Chapman. Terry Chapo, Jim Chappell, Richard Charette, Emie Chassen, Bob Chatham, Dave Cheatham, Jerry Cheatwood, Roy Cherry, Adrian Chestnut, Lee Childs, Samuel Chiprut, Roberta Christensen, Dale Chung, Suzanna Cianci, Jim CIRCLE K Clapp, Marilee Clark, Dennis Clark, Ethel Clark, Herbert Clark, Jean Clark, John Claussen, Bob Clay, Jack Clayton, Henry Clement. David Click, Gary Cline, Hubby Cline, Harry Clovis, Stu Coby, Sherry Cochran, Judy Cockman, Madison Cody. Cathy Cohalla. Richard Cohen, Jeff Cohen, Phil Coil, Gary Coit, Catherine Colandrea, Carl Cole, Larry College, Dennis Collins, Thomas Coltharp, Steve Condon, Bob Cone, Sandra Coney, Steve Congdon, Carol Coniglio, Anthony Conklin, Sara Conley, Fred Connell, Mary Conrad, Cindy Cook, Julie Cook, Sharon Cook, Ward Cooney, Jim Cooper, Candace Cooper, John Cooper. Julce Cooper, Russell Cooper. William COOPE RATIVE Coplan, Patti Coppen s, Jim Corhitt, Weldon Corces, Ron Corneilus. Bill Coris, Ed 178 EDUCATION 83 Corrales, Art Corrcia, Edmond Cosgrove, Victoria Couture, Carla Covington, Harrison Cowan, Luis Cowdrey, Bill Cramer, Trevor Cranor, Larry Cravey, Ken Crawford, Davc Cripe, Bunny Cropper, Siegfried Crosley, James 83, 132 167 CROSS COUNTRY VARSITY Crossley, Kathy Crowe, Dinkum Crowe, Edward Crownover, Alice Croy. Larry' Culp, Connie Cumbie, Fred Cummings, John Cunningham Curtin, Mike Cushing, Barbara Cusmano, Joe Cusmano, Mary Ann Cuthbertson, James Dale, Robert Damas, Frank Damm, Paulette D'Andrea, Nicholas Danenburg, William Danial, Paul Daniele, Grace Daniels, Jim Daniels, Karen Daniels, Larry D'Argona, Peter Darrach, Don Darvill, Lawrence Daughtry, Wayne Davey, Judy Davey, Kenneth Davies, Tom Davis, Dawn Davis, Dennis Davis, James Davis, Margo Davis, Phil Davis, Sam Ethic Davison, William Dean, Harris Deer, Irving DeGuehery, Lindsey Dehan, Madeline Deheere, George Deibler, William Del Pozo, Eileen DELTA DELTA DELTA DELTA PHI ALPHA DELTA TAU DELTA DELTA ZETA Demmo, Donna Demmo, Tom Dennard, Robert Dennis, Steve Denton, Bill DeTuccio, Richard DeVaron, Tony DeVille, Emmet Devine, James Dew, Larry DeWiggins, Richard DeWitt, Dous Dheere, George Diamond, Carol Diaz, Joe Diaz, Josie Dick, Vickie Dickerson, Jeff Dickinson, Russell Diner, Manuel Dingle, Dennis Director, Alan Disalvo, Angelo Dobson, Tom . Dodson, William Doetsch, Kathy Dohle, Linda Donaldson, Merle Donahoe, Pat Donahue, Jeff Donovan, Ralph Dortch, Warren Douglas, Martin Doughty, Lettie Dow, Jacqueline Dowling, Virginia Dressler, Gene Drizd, Doug Drucker, Bob Duarte, Alfredo DuBois, Leadore Dudley, Bill Dudley, Carol Ducley, Charles Duffin, Gerard Dugger, John Duke, Jan Duke, Pamela Duke, Ruth Dukes, Dave Duncan, Dave Dunn, Paul Duran, Ralph Duran, Rick Duryea, Ron Dyer, Paul Dymnek, Pam 276 217 236 142, 215 236 150 141 236 160 178, 236 141 178, 204, 236 95 188 139 142 139 136 178 150, 236 237 188 144 93 203 237 237 237 203 136 194 237 116 104 150, 214 237 210 126 237 138 140 160 141 141 160 118 148 52, 54 196 178, 204 201 133 146 148 163 146 237 178 237 193 142 136 154 190 206 237 148 154, 203 141, 190 153, 237 98 141 162 237 150 193 82, 237 237 237 136 160 210 196, 237 96 156, 162 237 194 237 133 153 237 237 143, 233 150 204 154 177 142 133 139 Earls, Neal Echevearia, Manny Economidas, George Eddy, Gene Edge, Larry EDUCATION EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES Edwards, Jim Ehlert, David Eichelberger, Jackie Eichholz, Jerry 124, Eichhorn-von Wurmb Eiferd, Julian Eikeland, Patricia Elder, Norm Ellingham, Ron Ellis, Bob Ellis, Joe 132, 136, Ellison, Sandra Elman, David 200, Elmore, Vicki Elwood, Sam Emerman, Felice 141, Engel, Joseph Engelhart, John ENGINEERING ENGINEERING COLLEGE ASSOC. Engler, Bill ENOTAS Enright, Joe Epling, Max Erhman, Charles Erickson, Linda Espinosa, Jack Essig, Sandra Estey, Wellington Eubanks, Edwina 144, Eure, Tom Evans, Daphne 139, Ezzell, Rena Fair, Jim Fallon, Pat Falzone, Bill Fancher, Art Fanning, Sandra Fantone, John Farmer, Dorothy Farrar, Rayfae Feagle, Phyllis Fearneyhough, Cheryl Featherman, Craig Fechter, Essie Fee, Pam Feldman, Bob Feley, Phillip Felty, Florence FENCING CLUB Fender, Susan Ferguson, Craig Ferking, Ed Ferlita, Sam Fernandez, Andy 156, Fernandez, Cheryl Fernandez, Dennis Fernandez, Liana Fetscher, Paul Ferrara, Gayle Ferras, Steve Ferrie, Eugene 204, Feverstein, Paul Field, Gil Fielding, Julie Fields, Charles Fine, Lawrence FINE ARTS Fink, Kathy Fischer, Don Fisher, Bob Fisher, Edward Fisher, Margaret Fleischaker, Rosalie Flemming, Ray 142, 204, 239, Fletcher, Henry Flis, Pete FLORIDA ENGINEERING SOCIETY Florman, Nels ' Flug, Casey Flynn, Kevin Foley, Mike 178, 204, Ford, Diane 198 160 148 146 238 94 124 136 238 167 162 108 180 238 146 156 142 238 238 201 238 201 206 238 238 98 178 148 142 152 238 142 122 50 239 125 239 55 239 166 50 139 192 204 239 142 188 263 158 194 142 239 139 203 190 239 207 239 201 188' 194 239 158 239 158 162 239 178 239 197 192 183 215 239 101 188 146 53 239 121 239 178 258 188 142 204 205 146 239 239 239 Forman, Guy Forrester, Virginia Fortson, Julia Foss, Harean Fowlkes, Irene Frahn, Kurt Frank, Morry Franklyn, Ray Frasure, Myra Fraser, Sheila Freeman, James French, Joyce French, Sidney Frese, Karl Frey, Jim Frey, Mike Friedman, Allan Friesner, Tom Fucarino, Diane Fugate, Lee Fuleihan, Kathie Fuller, Harriet Fulop, Robert Fusaro, Bernard Fusaro, Beth Gadd, Michael Gaddis, Jack Gadsden, Bob Garfinkel, Gilda Garland, Rick Gallant, Frank Gamble, Patty Gangi, Kathy Garcia, Aida Garcia, Jesus Garcia, Judy Garcia, Mike Garcia, Ron Garcia, Woody Gardner, Margaret Garner, Robert Garrett, Emily Garrett, Gloria 5 Garrett, Shirley Gartner, Herb Gashorn, Bob Gaskin, Gaston, Gail Richard Gates, Jim Gause, Shannon Geoffrion, Luke Georgius, Kathleen Gessman, Albert Gibbs, Charlotte Gifford, Don Giglio, Gerald Giglio, Geraldine Gilbert, Mary Anne Gilmore, Charlie Gimpel, Leonard Givens, Opal Givens, Paul Glenum, Anthony Goins, Sandra Goldberg, Mark Goldstein, Frank Goldstein, Robert GOLF VARSITY Gomez, Gomez, Joseph Osborne Gonzalez, Alphonso Gonzalas, Frank Goodall, Susan Goodbr ea d, Larry Goodman, Larry Goodstone, Judith Googel, Phyllis Goorland, Bruce Gordon, Betsy , Gordon, Joe Gordon, Sam Gordy, Robert Goreth, Gary Gould, James Gowan, Howard Gower, Robert Gracfe, Bunny Grady, Denny Grange, Roger Graves, Gretchen Gray, Nancy Greasy, Bill Greenfield, Shirley Gregory, Andra Gregory, Pat Greyson, Jim Griffin, Jack Griffin, Jim 107 239 239 42, 43 240 142 154 156 240 153 240 205 96 148 150 132, 160 154 202 153 148 240 141 160, 240 204, 206 204, 206 240 156 142 206 156 148 144 153 240 142 144 136, 240 215 146 125 240 133 139 240 162 148 153 219 136, 240 144 142 139 106 139 177 162 158, 159 15, 153 185 194, 240 263 111 240 134, 141 154 152, 240 110 215 118 128 110 148 240 156 180, 240 240 206 194 167 152, 178 150 178, 195 240 104 235 133 193 150 111 240 193 201 240 139, 241, 258 160 201 207 146 Griffisk, Leslie Griffith,-Danny Griffith, James Griffith, John Griffith, Pete Grindey, Robert Groenewoud, Mary Gross, Joan Grossman, Peter Grovatski, Gloria Grzywinski, Ed Guarino, Lorraine Guarino, Myrtle Guarlardo, Sharon Guice, Anne Guinup, Floyd Guitian, Larry Guker, Julie Gumption, Patsy Guy, David Gwinn , Holly Hacker, Ed Haffey, Mark Hagler, Becky Haigley, Harry Hale, David Hale Dennis Hale Dwight Hall, David Hall. Jennine Hall, Roz Hamilton , Frank Hammond, Elizabeth Hamway, David Hancock. Ward Hannon, Pat Hansen, Eileen Hansell, Joanne Hardaway, Elliot Harding, Merrick Harke. Gary Harkey, Jim Harold, Richard Harper. John Harrageones, Emmanuel Harrell, Joyce Harry, Rick Harshman, Jim Hart, Carlton Hart. Lou Hartis, George Hartman, Phillip Harvey, Ann Harvey, Paul Haslett, Marcia Hatton. Linda Hawkins, Karen Hawkins, Ronald Hayhuest. Patti Hearn, Ellen Heath, Charles Heath, Jerry Heck, Sharla Hefley, Shira Helseson, Robert Helton, Larry Henderson, Frank Henderson, Gern Henderson, William Hendricks, Leonard Hendrickson, Holly Hendrick, Neal Hentosh, Jennifer Herman, Bonnie Herman, Mary Herold, Dave Herrick, Sandy Hersey, Dan Hertz, Gil Hess, Kathy Hevia, Larry Higging, Donald Higgins, Don High, Chuck Hightower, Carolyn Hightower, Terry Hilburn, Gwyn Hill-ter, Larry Hill, Alan Hill, Clyde Hill, Eugene Hill, Joseph Hill, Mary Hill, Nancy Hill, Roberta Hinkel, Jim Hinson, Mary 163, 139, 132, 133. 156, 141, 167, 82, 142, 176, 136, 178, 163, 191, 178, 204. 144. 178, 194, 143. 132, 136, 139, 188 136 241 99 142 217 241 197 241 207 241 158 241 158 40 241 241 188 193 241 241 194 156 139 181 142 142 .241 241 144 177 162 188 241 118 156 241 82 I 14 241 242 190 160 242 198 242 163 163 129 156 152 195 263 150 139 144 141 242 207 242 219 205 242 242 195 207 242 194 242 242 242 204 205 139 144 242 136 242 43 144 182 204 178 150 193 150 141 242 242 119 178 242 242 242 242 154 193 U aiv"',,f',.bf1 llion'C1,udc Hill' Mui KV" Swami' Hour.. Hirla lioflbig: ,gn Hoff!! Sylril 425:21 Hulcvlnb' SD: Holland' : H H31lfmb",i.. HOIIOWIX' ' Holt. Bm!! Hou' Sslll' ' N lloncfwn' M Hooks' Ben HvPP"' Min. Hopper' Buff! Hormung' Thi Hormurhr Bffl' Home' Nagin Horton- LCM" Ilorvlfh' John Hoskillg- Houtk. lift' Houllis. Sixlif' Tam Karr: Houston. ' Howarth, Dun Howell. 5-Us Howland, Dau Howyf, Dick Hoyle, Jim ' Hudson. I-Uflll Huey, J. Huff, Bfme A Hultzen, Kuff Humble. Chsrl Hummel. I-Aff? Humrich, Jim Hunt, C-1Yl llunter, Bill Hunter. Richr: Hunter. Willil Hurd, Bob Hurley. Archb. Hurley, Helen Hurley, KBYCH Hutchinson, D llgenirilz, H1-rl INFORJIATIOY IXTERFRATEE IXTRABIIJRAI INTRAMURAI lppolito, Cbarl Irmiter, Slicbe lsham, Barbara lsherwood. T01 -llfluon, Chnl Jackson, Jofl Jacob, Tom Jacobs, Father Jacobs. Lorem Jacobs, Ralph Jacobsahn, Jef Jacobsen, gm, Jacobson, gm. Jacobus. Warn -limes, Dick' limes, Jo,-Q, 135199. Ronald -l3m9S0h. Dui. Jafdin, Eliub, Jaroch, Thorns laros, Jlmes Jaworskl- Ricl' - Riel John J effcq-,age -lfffrigg' J eukim' Al Jenkins, Jenkins' -lellklng lfhltins 'lfllltins Jenkin, Jenkins -lfnnin v 5 u 1 u Fred Jlrk Sully Kathi Mtlbl Neil 9- Jer lemnkn. Cl? ell- Tom JEWISH . ST r flmenex, hmm Ohm, Dime lvhnn, M 'Thai -J0i'msf0l16, Jennifer Kopp, 180 136 241 99 142 217 241 197 241 207 241 158 241 158 40 241 241 188 193 241 241 194 156 139 181 142 142 241 241 1-44 177 162 188 241 118 156 241 82 114 241 242 190 160 242 198 1242 163 163 129 156 152 195 263 150 139 144 141 242 207 142 119 205 142 142 195 507 542 94 542 42 42 04 05 39 44 42 36 42 43 44 32 J4 78 50 13 50 11 12 12 9 8 2 2 2 Z 4 i 1 Hinton, Schatzi Hiott, Robert Hife, Claude Hlss, si9Pn3nie Hodges, Charles Hoerbelt, Richard Hoffman, Miiisna Hogan, SYiVia Hogue, Jonn Holcomb, Dan Holland, Sara Hollembeak, Harrb' HollowBY, KAY Holt, Brian Holt, SallY Honeycott, Kathy Hooks, Ben Hopper, Alan Hopper, BETTY Hormung, Thomas Hormuth, Bobby Home, Nelson Horton, Leslie Horvath, John Hosking, Karen Houck, Jim Houllis, Mike Houston, Tom Howarth, Diane Howell, Sara Howland, Dave Howze, Dick Hoyle, Jim Hudson, Lucille Huey, J. A. Huff, Bettie Ann Hultzen, Karen Humble, Charles Hummel, Larry Humrich, Jim Hunt, Carl Hunter, Bill Hunter, Richard Hunter, William Hurd, Bob 134 82, 144 148 210 210, 82 15, 17, 134 15, 152, 148, 194, Hurley, Archbishop Joseph Hurley, Helen Hurley, Karen Hutchinson, Doris llgenfritz, Herb INFORMATION SERVICES INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL INTRAMURALS INTRAMURALS STAFF lppolito, Charlotte Irmiter, Michele Isbam, Barbara lsherwood, Tom Jackson, Charles Jackson, Joel Jacob, Tom Jacobs, Father Jacobs, Loretta Jacobs, Ralph Jacobsahn, Jeff Jacobson, Stanley Jacobson, Steve Jacobus, Wayne James, Dick James, Joyce James. Ronald Jameson, David -Jardin, Elizabeth Jarcch, Thomas Jaros, James Jaworskv, Richard Jeffcoate, Rick Jeffries, John Jenkins, Al Jenkins, Ernie Jenkins, Fred J enkins, Jack Jenkins, Sally Jenkins, Kathleen Jenkins, M511-,a Jenkins, Neil Jennings, J on-y -Jeigensen, Claudia -isis, Tom 194, 51, 51, JEWISH STUDENT UNION Jimenez, Jim J01'll'18, Diane Johns, Marysol 1 1 184 242 190 243 136 136 243 243 176 211 243 178 139 212 243 144 148 188 188 243 243 146 144 210 243 210 197 217 191 125 148 219 146 139 197 144 158 142 207 243 243 244 119 244 244 190 244 141 141 178 126 132 220 198 244 141 244 146 244 244 204 190 83 205 156 244 206 210 142 188 244 244 144 244 263 196 150 136 201 146 166 175 175 244 57 188 244 42 152 206 140 144 244 Johnson, Bob Johnson, Dennis Johnson, Donna Johnson, Elizabeth Johnson, Gordon Johnson, James Johnson, Jeff Johnson, Lois Johnson, Paul Johnson, Robert Johnstone, Terry Jones, Anthony Jones, John Paul Jones, Marvin Jones, Bam Jones, Surfer Jones, Terry Jones, Tom Jordon, Janice Josey, Freddie Joyce, Carol JUDO CLUB Jurgensen, Louis Kahn, Judy Kalb, Sturart Kalbas, Bill Kalman, Barbara Kane, Kaner, Jerome Phil Kania, Leonard KAPPA DELTA KARATE CLUB Karton, Michael Kastner, Sharon Keating, John Keegan, Bill Keene, Dave Keene, Kenneth Keene, Wayne Kell, Jim Kellam, Diane Kelleher, Kevin Kelley, John Kelley, Marshall Kellogg, John Kelly, Anne Kelly, Bill Kelly, Dennis Kelly, Lynnette Kelly, Ronald Kelner, Brian Kenning, Pete Kerce, Ken Kessler, Harold Kiefer, Christian Kilgore, Geraldine Kilpatrick, Carlton King, Bruce King, Charles King, Jerry King, Raymond King, Richard King, Sally Kingcade, Thomas Kingsberry, Harry Kinney, Bruce Kinney, Marion Kirby, Carolyn Kirpatrick, Jerry Kirsner, Stcvc Kish, Ed Kitchen, Kenneth Klein, Klueh, Knaus, Knight Janet Karen Tom , Ed Knight, Sandra Kolber Kobrin , Cliff , Dave Koenig, Mary Frances Koepcke, Judi Edgar Kossow, John Kotake, Chester Krechowski, Bill Kriegbaum, Ray Krivanek, Jerome Krog, Jim Kruger, George Kulas, Diane Kumnick, Joyce Kurek, Diane Kutzer, Susan 46, 139, 200, 144, 132 160 192 148 109 134. 160, 204, 82, 167, 170, 150, 139, 203 150 139 245 101 204 206 245 207 188 190 139 205 142 245 188 201 205 204 245 245 205 204 93 245 215 152 83 195 136 184 144 200 245 141 156 150 245 245 120 195 139 217 195 245 146 111 217 194 139 245 156 217 148 162 90 245 245 193 190 245 122 146 193 245 160 245 245 144 126 154 146 154 198 263 150 193 245 154 156 187 184 98 203 245 136 188 107 207 245 139 246 141 246 LaBruzza, Joe Lackland, James Lackland, Rell Laekman, Mike Lake, Duane Lala, Frances Lambert, Edie LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Lamkin, Bill LaMonda, Sonny LaMonte, Charles Lamport, Karen Lamson. Nancy Lancaster, Vicki Lance, Earl Landley, Barbara Lane, Bob Lane, Rich Langford, Bruce Langstaff, William LANGUAGE-LITERATURE LaPointe, Don LaPorte, Gary Larkin, Ann LaRusse, Irene Lalhum. Joan Laubach, Bob Laudetty, Bishop Laughrey, Mike Lavicka, Ken Lawrence, Judith Lawrence. Stu Lawson, Carolyn Lawson, Manley Lawton, Alfred Lazrara, Marie Ledbetter, Pam Ledford, Sue Lee, Bob Lee, John Lee, Linda Lefton, Karen Legan, Glen Lehman, Rick Lehr. Roberto Lemler, Dewayne Leopold, Louise LePorte, Clarice Levesque, Fred Levines. Jeff Lewis, Nanci Lewis, Shelby Lezama, Joe L'Hommedien, Frank LIBERAL ARTS LIBRARY Lichtcnberg, Donovan Liehtenfels, Dave Liebach, Liz Lilly, Steve Lilly, T. E. Lincoln, Dick Lind, Jenny Lindsey, Joan Lindsey, Rod Lines, Pam Linkennauger, Don Litzinger, Gerry Little, Diana Little, Karen Littlewood. Tcd LoCasale, Suzanne Locke, Dean Loftin, Curtis Lobe, Linda London, Joey Long, Allane Long, Ray Long, Robert Longnecker, Michael Love, Wayne Lucas, AI Lucas, James Ludtka, Goldie Lumia, Joe Lund, John Lunsford, Nancy Lupole, Bill Lynch, Betsy Maas, Robert MacFerran, Ernie MaoGill, Carol MacPherson, Dale Madill, Gene 62, 123, 142, 111, 170, 204, 148 194 15, 134 139 139 195 144 194 148 190. 194 82, 134 160, 194 152, 194, 150, 178, 148 204 142 142 167 141 197 146 246 136 136 246 191 246 193 191 246 142 148 188 104 207 246 246 246 141 146 191 246 207 247 146 141 204 116 247 247 144 146 197 158 247 207 215 247 193 247 188 247 136 247 247 247 148 100 114 97 167 247 178 193 188 247 144 142 202 156 148 247 144 146 247 188 142 247 206 205 247 108 247 178 150 112 247 247 148 248 197 40 201 248 184 184 194 Mahagan, Mike Mahone, Jang Mahy, Richard Maile, Dave Maksim, Shirley Malafronte. John Malcolm, Gail Manca, Harry Manetta, Kathy Manigold, Terry Manker, Charles Manker, Phillip Mansour, Norman Manz. Robert Marcus, Ralph Marder, Alan Maris, Wayne Mark, David Marks, Joyce Marlin, Frank Marrich, Leslie Marsee, Janet Marsh, Betty Marshburn, Charles Marshbum, Richard Mashburn, John Marshall, Al Marshall, Myrna Marshall, Phyllis Martin, Edwin Martin, Marty Martino. Sandra Mas, Marie Mason, Margaret Mason, Ronald Massari, Angelo Matheson, Linda Malhewson. Ken Maxwell, Stephen Maybury. Calvin May, Nellie Mayo, April McAlister, Dulcic McArthur, John McCalla, Dennis McCarty. Jack McCaski1l, Charles McClellan, Dorothy McClure, Susan McCollister, John McCollum, Tom McCord, Norm McCord. Ronald McCown, Joann McCoy, Carol McCullough. John McDonald, Jerry McDermott, Sue McElrath, Rosa McEver, John McEvoy, Tim McEwen, John McFadden. Bcrnard McFarland, Sandy McGabey, Guy McGarry, Dennis McGarry, Murray McGinnis, Jack McGrath, Peggy McGraw, Barbara Mclnvale, Jayne McKenna, Mike McLaughlin. Dusty McLaughlin, Jim McLaughlin. Nancy McManus. Charles McMillan, Brad McMurrey, Roger McMullen, David McNaughton, Mike McQuay, Phillip McSheehy, James Mcksraitis, Mike Mellish, G. H. Mellish, G. H. Mrs. Menendez, Marilyn Mercer, Charla Merriam, Barbara Mcserve, Ronald Metcalf, Ralph Metcalf, Rick Meyers, Denny Meyer, Jean Micarelli, Charles Michels, Lou Michiels, Shclia Mikalson, Ann Miller, Bob Miller, Charles Miller, Doris Miller Ernest Miller George 156 139, 1-48, 148. 163, 191, 148. 177. 178, 136 134 248 142 2-48 248 188 248 183 192 94 248 136 248 154 154 248 154 248 136 158 248 188 136 150 248 201 195 123 88 146 158 144 141 195 158 191 178 195 109 263 158 139 248 203 188 248 178 141 248 177 146 248 207 144 207 160 144 248 178 210 136 190 160 207 148 248 177 139 248 139 146 167 146 190 178 160 248 136 217 203 178 249 202 202 249 2-49 249 249 178 142 213 249 91 201 141 158 142 249 141 93 113 277 178 Miller, John 249 Miller, Michelle 204, 206 Miller, Roger 249 Miller, Samuel 96 Miller, Susan 249 Miller, Tom 178 Milliken, Robert 249 Mims, Linda 249 Minardi, Mike 14-2 Minnich, Jeanne 249 Mishkin, Stuart 154 Missing, Mary 249 Mitchell, Barbara 188 Moise, Maryon 38, 39 Molinari, Barbara 15, 17, 144 Moncrief, Kirby 142 Montgomery, Jim 142 Monty, Bill 148 Monroe, Fred 150 Monroe, Skip 207 Montalbano, Diana 250 Montalbano, Richard 250 Moody, Lisa 139 Moore, Beth 193 Moore, Bill 150 Moore, Carolyn 193, 249 Moore, Gail 250 Moore, Jade 197 Moore, Jeffrey 188 Moore, Mary 250 Moore, Richard 142 Moore, Rebecca 250 Moore, Sheron 250 Moore, Victor 188 Mora, Bob 148 Moran, Kris 144 Moreau, Maggie 158 Morehouse, Jack 163 Moreland, Steve 136 Morell, Robert 93 Morriss, Jack 178, 204, 250 Morriss, Jerry 178 Morse, Frank 42 Morton, Jim 217 Morton, Kathleen 250 Moses, Jim 160 Mosley, Cathy 193 Moss, Thomas 154 Mountain, Sandra 250 Mowat, Barry 136 Moyer, Don 42 Mrozek, Ronald 250 Mueller, Bud 202 Muether, Mary 250 Mullen, Pete 142 Mullins, Muriel 250 Munster, Bill 201 Murrey, Rodger 156 Myers, Denny 207, 210 Nabbe, Susan 144, 250 Naffziger, Dave 162, 217 Nager, Gerald 250 NATURAL SCIENCES 107 Naze, George 60, 150, 167, 250, 258 Needsen, John 178 Nelson, Elesa 139, 219 Nelson, Fred 192 Netvick, Jerry 203 Neuman, Rick 132, 148 Newcomer, Jack 198 Nice, Judy 144 Nichols, Barbara 144 Nichols, Gregg 150 Nichols, Karen 139 Nickel, Judith 188 Nielsen, Erik 185 Nielson, John 204 Noble, Father 191 Noe, Patricia 250 Noland, Roy 188 Norcross, Rick 52, 172 Norris, Norma 144 Norse, John 188 Nousianen, Edward 250 NU0Ci0. Sam 60, 150, 167, 182, 250 Nydobl, Cheryl 158 Oakes, Gary 250 Oaks, Paul 143 Obermyer, Charles 258 O'Brien, Tom 194 Ocbenrider, Danny 136 O'Connor, Gary 250 278 O'Connor, Jim O'Connor, Kim O'Dell, Herbert Oditz, Carol Odom, Dwight Ogden, Jean Ogden, Karen Ogden, Thomas Olando, George O'Leary, Bob Oliva, Aileen Olson, Charles Olson, Ed 'O'Neal, Opp. W Ed illiam ORACLE Orlando , Lucy Osborne, Eleanorc Osborne, Murphy Osborne, Vincent Osmann, Jack O'Steen, Lynn O'Sullivan, Peter Otero, Henry Otto, Michael ' Outten, Liz Owen, Woody Owens, Marjorie Paiz, Virginia Palatinus, John Pallonari, Rose Palmateer, Sharon Palvisak. Maryann PANHELLENIC Papp, Emoke Parke, Tom Parker, Knocky Parker, Jack Parker, Lynne Parkins, Carolyn Parrish. James Parsons, Wade Pascall, Carol Pasetti, Barry Pate, Olga Patrick, Pztt Patton, Stuart Paula. Marcus Pearie, Craig Pearman, Linda Pearson, John Peeler, Jerry Peeler. Scott Penrod, Perez, A Perez, B Perez, L Perkins, Permut, Scott nthon-y ob oie Allan Steven Peroutka, Craig Perricon e. Dorothy Perry, Richard Peterson, Carl Pettigrew, Dave Petrick. John Petrick, John Petruska, Andy PHI DELTA THETA Phillips, Anne Phillips, Dave Phillips, Ed Phillips, Janet Phillips, John Phillips, Scott Phillips, Tim Phipps, Jack Pierce, Richard Pierson, Alvin Piesco, Nick P1 KAPPA ALPHA P1 MU EPSILON Piniella, Vivian Pliego, Joseph Plott, Betty Ann Polli, Bob Pope, Allan Popovich, James Porgie, Ann Portas, Roland Poston, Gregg Potter, Bill Pratt, Jim Pratt, Ray Preador, Edward Prendes. Vilma 132, 152, 153, 251 190 38, 39 40. 139 194 263 251 150 150, 251 158 251 167, 193 136 118, 195, 204, 251 180 144 141 146, 198 136, 251 251 201 38, 39, 203 194 251 134, 158, 251 143 251 252 150, 178 252 252 190 134 252 152 62, 64 193 42 252 104 150 252 207 252 142 252 148 203 252 252 40, 42 192 252 192. 252 194 144 195 252 203 263 252 163 205 178, 252 204 146 148 41, 42. 43 148, 253 142 253 253 253 52, S4 162 148, 253 263 217 162 195 141, 253 204 193 136 146 105 206 207 202 162 207 150 46 253 Prentice, Ernest Preschef, Kathy Preston, Pridgen, Orie Nina Price, 'Butch Pritchard, Buddy Pritchard, Larry Prokop, Richard Provenzano, Dena Provenzano, Gwen Provenzano, Lynn Prytyka, Sandy Pugh, Harold Puglisi, Jack Puglisi, Vincent Pulliam, Rick Pullin, Dave Pullin, Linda Pupello, Sandra Purcell, Cheryl Purdy, Joan Purvis, Shelley Purzycki, Bob Putnam, Richard Putney, Everett Rabon, Jim Radebaugh, Dan Ragan, John Ragan, Wendell Ragnett, Rick Rakes, Andrea Ralle, John Ralph, Earl Ralph, Wayne Ramas, Ferdic Ramos, Max Randall, Dianne Randall, Jim Randall, John Rasmussen, Mikc Ravenel, Anne Ray, James Ray, John Re. Cosmo READERS THEAT Reed. DeDc Reeder, Grace Reeves, Gail Reeves, Jerry Reina. Alex REGISTRAR Reilly, Tim Reiter, Karen Rennie. James Rescigno, Diane Resler, Libby Reynolds, Diana Reynolds, Glenn Reynolds, John Reynolds, Roy Rhyne. Margaret Rich. Thomas Richardson. Louis Richards, Don Richardson. Helen Richbourg, Carol Richmond, Robert Riedy, LeRoy Riepel, Joyce Rielh, John Riley, Carol Rimar, Allain Rinchart, Jim Ripple, Pam RIPIENO CLUB Rissman, Steve Ritchie, Steve Richter, Keith Rinck, Steve Rissman, Steve Ritterman, Fred Roath, Bob Roberson, Rob Roberts, Arthur Roberts, Beverly Roberts, Eugene Roberts, Jean Roberts, Richard Robinson, Bob Robinson, Brent Robinson, Jack Robinson, Jim Robinson, Jon Robison, Dennis 144, 193, 152, 136, RE GUILD 15. 136. 82, 139, 156, 112, 163, 162 253 162 253 148 146 142 185 158 139 139 158 253 170 253 142 167 203 253 141 253 139 190 136 263 210 196 142 109 215 253 125 204 178 178 150 253 160 204 152 144 90 253 253 197 207 253 144 210 56 112 128 206 253 253 167 254 254 254 178 254 89 207 254 254 254 120 263 190 203 254 254 219 254 188 132 191 154 152 154 154 193 142 188 144 192 139 255 201 162 ' 90 207 191 115 Rodgers, Charles Rodriguez, Anthony Rodriguez, Santos Roe, Paul Rogers, Andrew Rogers, Bill Rogers, Jane Rom, David Romano, Michele Romley, Bruce Rook, Paul Roozen, Luke Ropulewis, Jane Rose, David Rose, Don Rose, Donald Rosentrator, Doug Rossi, Vin Rountree, Bob Roussman, Vicki Routh, Donna Ruby, Steve Ruilova, Chantal Rumble, Meredith Rumrel, Rick Rushing, Lynda Ruso, Ralph Russell, Harold Russell, Tim RUSSIAN CLUB Rust, Aaron Sabin, Joe Sabo, Ron Sacino, Ron Sadler, Don Saeger, Richard Safko, Andrew Salgado, Marsha Sallet, Diane Salmon, George Salter, Buck Samit, Jacob Sanders, Barbara Sanders, Richard Sanders, Roger Sanderson, Arthur Sands, Bill Santmyers, Gordon Santucci, Danny Saperstein, Steve Sargeant, Dick Sasser, Pat Sastre, Luis Satterwhite, Jim Saucer, Barbara Savidge, Mike Sawyer, Chris Saxon, Judith Scaffe, Norm Scales, Claude Scanio, Tom Schafer. Sylvia Schafstall, Chuck Schmidt, Eric Von Schmidt, Nadine Schmitt, John Schneider, Don Schipfer, Ruth Schneider, Glenn Schrader, Daryl Schreer, Linda Schreiber, Marjorie Schroeder, Allen Schultz, Diann Schulz, Bill Schulz, Tom Schulz, William Schutt, David Schwabe, Rudi Schwappach, Mary L Schweitzer, Antonia Scott, Bill Scott, Larry Scoggins, Laura Scott, Linus Scott, Steve Scott, William Scrivener, Steve Searles, Dave Sears, Jim Sears, Sherry Sedita, Reginald Seibold, Chuck O11 1 167 255 255 150 119 207 194 197 139 255 136 255 139 195 152 195 197 142 , 149 , 206 193 148 188 255 , 255 255 146 178 152 196 255 177 156 142 42 152 255 255 141 255 201 263 158 250 188 106 152 255 136 203 197 184 204 193 255 150 144 255 148 197 255 188 146 175 1 41 156 136 255 178 206 206 255 255 256 178 194 256 136 185 141 256 160 142 256 99 201 256 146 142 150 139 256 160 , mir seffejj ...ft sm, J""'rt SENIOR, AC nn. Bm 31191 Dun' Scyllcr. sntvnf Tfd 5,xtun.K.m Shallfv swvf"" R5 51.1rvl"" I Shuf' Ron, Shclfff' 'lo I shcphgfd, s1epP"d'..J' Shirlffr 1" Shovklfy' 1. Shore. 1'-"ni ghont. lf' ghiver. -'Wk Siebold. Ed 516114 A'Lf' 510114 NJ 510111 PHI 5ilverw00d-4 Simpson, Rl Sims. BWP' Simmi. Pat! gingleton. K Sinn, Georg' Sinslcy- HO' Sizemore. L4 Slack. R059 Slagle. Slagle. Fred Paul Sloti. Ciwfl Smith, Smith. Smith. Smith. Smith. Smith. Smith, Smith. Smith, Smitb, Smith, Smith, Smith, Caro Dav-'1 Herr Jim Kart Kayr Larr Mar! Pcrr Rick Robl Stev Tom Smith. Way Smyth, Ed Smythe. Wi Sneed, Ricl Snow, Bill Snyder, Da' SOCCER Y SOCIAL SC Sokolowsky Somers, Su Sommers. 1 Sorenson, I Southers, S SOUTH Fl. Souza, Allt- Spain, I-'nr Spain, Sylv Sparks, Cal Spear. Fm Speck. Dax Spence. R1 Spencer, R Sperry. Ca' SPCYYY. Ca SPCUI. Dau sPillkS, Do SPi"'9!'. E11 SPORTS Q 511016, To, Sroka, Su, Stable, Lot Stackbousr Stalker, B. St. Amant, Starford, I Slfltkgi Ro Stan, Nm Starkey' B Starks, R0 sieck. Ric Steen, Su Steffc,-ev C Siensfr. J, Steil, Ray: Stein, M., Slellc, St, Sitltltnlny geigler, R0lPl' 5 iferl, JCHY Szldomridge, Alberta 'ce SENIORIIACCOUNTING Senn, Bill Sean, Diane Seyller, -Iolm Sexton, Sexton, Shane, Russ Ted Karen Shannon, Robert Sharpless, Bill Shaw, R011 Shearer, John Shepherd, Carol Sheppard, Jim Shirley, Vic Shockley, -James Shore, Shortt, Shiver, Frank Ira Jack Siebold, Ed ,, SIGMA ALPHA IOTA SIGMA NU SIGMA PHI EPSILON Silverwood, Kermit Simpson, Richard Sims, Barry Simms, Patricia Singleton, Kenneth Sinn, George Sinsley, Howard Sizemore, Lee Slack, Roger Slagle, Fred Slagle, Paul CLUB Slott, Chuck Smith, Carol Smith, Dawn Smith, Herman Smith, Jim Smith, Karen Smith, Kaye Smith, Larry Smith, Mary Smith, Perry Smith, Rick Smith, Robby Smith, Steve Smith, Tom Smith, Wayne Smyth, Ed Smythe, William Sneed, Richard Snow, Bill Snyder, Dave SOCCER VARSITY SOCIAL SCIENCES Sokolowsky, Anatole Somers, Susan Sommers, Tom Sorenson, Phil Southers, Suzanne SOUTH FLORIDA REVIEW Souza, Allen Spain, Frank Spain, Sylvia Sparks, Calvin Spear, Frank sPeck, David Spence, Rhea Silencer, Ronald Sperry, Gale Sperry, Gale Speth, Dawn sPinks, Donna Spivey, Ellen SPORTS CAR CLUB SP0to, Toni Sroka, Sandy Stabla, Lou Stackbouse, Charlene Stalker, Bob St. Amant, John Starford, Kathy Starks, Robert Start, Nancy Starkey, Bob Starks, Robert Steck, Richard Steen, Sammy Steffee, Clay stengef, Jacqueline Steilv RaYmond stein, Maryanne Stelle, Steve Sleltzman, Rainulf 150, 139, 122, 52, 54, 152, 134, 167, 132, 178, 152, 160, 134, 188, 139, 132, 152, iff- 53, 124, 200, 162, 186 210 256 256 194 156 193 178 148 150 188 94 210 152 256 256 146 148 256 136 256 148 194 195 150 152 162 256 197 256 188 136 112 181 256 133 205 146 144 205 162 207 256 207 205 256 256 188 207 201 201 136 183 207 150 150 156 210 110 196 256 224 160 256 196 146 112 158 185 126 200 141 188 189 100 257 144 257 203 257 141 177 263 194 150 139 150 139 257 257 125 257 201 257 257 257 217 204 Stephenson, Don Sternstcin, Jerry Stetler, Alan Stevenson, Elizabeth Stevenson, Harris Stevenson, Mary Stewart, Gail Stewart, Mike Stewart, Norman Stewarts, Steve Stewart, William Stillo, Frank Stockton, Susan Stoekel, Gloria Stolba, Louis Stone, Douglas Stone. Jeanette Stricklin, Bob Strom, Gary Stroub, Ron Stroup, Naida Stuart, John Stuart, Penelope Stuart-Moore, Viki STUDENT AFFAIRS STUDENT ASSOCIATION STUDENT VESTRY Sturgill, David Sturm, Gary Sudbury, Glenn Suldo, Mike Sullivan, Ann Sullivan, Jerry Sullivan, Linda Sullivan, Marty Sullivan, Michael Summers. Collier Sumner, Ruth Sutton, John Sutton, Tom Swendson, Gayle Swiger, Tom Swilley, Mason SWIMMING, VARSITY Synychak, Roman Szabo, Paulette Taft, William TAI CHI CHUAN Talbert, Mile Talty, Pat Tankersley, Tom' Tanner, Larry Tamborello, Roseann TAU EPSILON PHI TAU KAPPA EPSILON Taylor, Jim Taylor, Terri Taylor, Wayne Tegancamp, Gary Tennant, Woody TENNIS VARSITY Terrie, Walter Terrill, Pam Tessein, Jean THETA CHI OMEGA Thies, Jack Thies, John Thomas, Thomas Thomas Thomas, Jerry Lauren Robert Thomas Thompson, Bill Thompson, Lawrence Thompson, Tommy Threlkeld, Cliff Thureau, Don Tibbits, Bill Tice, Clifford Tidwell, Charles Tilley, Bruce Tillman, JeffrcY Tomlinson, Jan Tonkin, Chuck Tooma, Thcde Terrence, A1 Touchton, Bonnie Touchton, Mary Joyce Towle, Gregory Townsend, Margie Traina, Maria Trebes, Robert Tremper, Richard Trent, Scott Trimble, Samuel 142, 150, 178, 204, 134, 134, 194, 136, 82, 83, 152, 215 154 217 257 251 257 206 142 194 205 114 148 191 144 257 96 167 215 251 160 251 204 253 196 121 176 191 136 258 202 202 141 258 258 152 171 258 258 258 201 258 154 258 216 210 139 117 206 142 141 146 150 258 154 156 258 139 152 146 188 218 191 259 188 163 156 259 259 204 188 188 259 259 197 150 191 201 188 194 142 259 144 146 259 150 259 144 188 144 141 259 188 259 188 TRI SIS Trocki, Carol Trowbridge, Virginia Trudo, Kip Truitt, Walter Tsavaria, Carol Tyler, Nancy Tyler, Wesley Tyner, Clarence Tyrrell, Tim Tumminia, Pete Turner, Eugene Turner, Larry Turney, Margaret Tuttle, Lester Twigg, Jolm Ulman, Gary Ulvila, Larry Underhill, Donna Union, Jerry 82, 83, 136, 82, 134, 158, UNIVERSITY CENTER Upson, Bill Ur, Donna Urbanek, Raymond USF FORENSIC Utharntharm, Vader: Utley, John Uz, Joanne Vack, Jerry Vagts, Ken Valdes, Sandra Vale, Jim Valenti, Dania Valenti, Janet VanBuskirk, Bob Vanderford, Duffy Van Winkle, Nancy Vedner, Howard Vehorn, Paul Velde, Helge Veoner, Art Vermilion, Wayne Vigo, Cynthia Villadonga, Esther Villareal, Susan Villot, Orlando Vine, David Vodar, Lawrence Vollrath, Edmund Wagner, Ed Waid, Tom Waldman, Jeffrei' Walen, John Walker, Don Walker, Phil Walker, Ron Wallace, Francis Wallace, William Walser, George Walsh, Stanley Walther, Frank Ward, Barbara Ward, Mike Ward, W. T- Warfield, Ron Warner, Robert Warren, Constance WATER SKI CLUB Watkins, Cleve Watson, J06 Watson, R011 Watts, Lee Watts, Linda Way, Harold Wear, George Weaver, D011 Weaver, Jim Webb, -Judi' Carolyn Michael Richard Wedel, Wedge, Wedig, Weeks, Ted Wcelley, David Weil, Jeff 82, 83, 146, 178 132, 158 201, 132, 26, 148, 188, 178 194 146 205 204 196 158 202 259 150 259 42 263 259 259 146 210 259 142 259 97 99 162 202 259 156 166 162 139 95 197 259 156 259 148 146 259 192 139 182 136 193 260 178 260 210 152 260 141 260 141 260 154 260 195 250 188 154 260 148 142 193 250 260 250 135 135 250 260 192 152 91 250 202 200 188 251 251 251 251 211 251 148 251 251 261 251 135 188 142 Weil, Jeff Weir, Blair Weiler, Darryl Weiss, A1 Weiss, Maxine Welker, Robert Wells, Bill Wells, Terry Wells, Wilbur Welsh, Barbara Wendling, Barbara West, R. J. West, Shirley Wett, Dinah Whaley, Russell White, Charlotte Whitehill, Ed Whitten, Edythe WHO'S WHO Wilma, Karl Wiest, Wilder, Wildy, Carlos Bob Charles Wilensky, Michael Wilkes, Wilkins, Willet, Jane Rick Craig Williams, Joe Williams, Joseph Williams, Florence Williams, George Williams, Merle Williamson, Joan Wilson, Bob Wilson, Fran Wilson, Kathryn Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Jim John Ward Wimmert, Robert Winas, WINDJ Riley AMMERS Winkles, Frank Winter, Dave Winter, David Winter, David Winthrop, Henry Wise, George Withwortll, Jay Wolfson, Allen Wood, Kathy Woods, Glen Woods, Sue Woodward, Coralie Wright, Carroll Wright, Christopher Wright, Jackie Wright, Jim Wright, Lynn Wright, Pam Wright, Wayne Wunderlieh, Herbert WUSF Yates, Bill Yates, Edwin Yearick, John Yeabower, Anna York, Brenda York, Carol Young, Jane! Young, Jill Young, JoAnn Young, Ken Young, Kim Young, Ronald Young, Sara Yowelr, Ronald Zaborski, JaCkie Zagarry, Jerri' Zeh, Carole Zeikus, Joseph Zenn, Vickie Zerla, Fredric Ziegenhorn, Maft' Ziehl, Barbara Zimmerman, Herbert Zoleui. Carl Zuro, Linda Zysko, Jan 152, 206, 188, 15, 82, 83, 146, 204, 188, 142 261 261 136 261 163 205 150 148 190 158 194 261 207 103 158 146 261 82 195 261 162 121 206 139 136 150 150 261 261 146 261 139 152 158 262 261 261 148 99 205 205 142 178 262 262 110 146 156 154 262 203 144 262 146 262 196 148 158 188 262 121 186 210 106 262 262 262 262 141, 262 14, 15, 83, 139 207 178 191 136, 262 178 262 262 252 210 144 252 196 195 252 252 135 162 14 , 201 279 f QL! . V Q , 1,2 22205 4 f,. Iggy! 'lffomfg , ' aff WJ . Fish-eye photos taken by Anthony Lopez. Ewirre-was fr. Four years have passed since I began my education at USF and in those four years I have witnessed the excitement of a University growing. The physical aspects of growth have been obvious. From 14 buildings in operation in the Fall ,63, we grew to 33 buildings by the Fall ,66. Our enroll- ment almost doubled from 4,593 students in the Fall '63 to 9,079 students in the Fall '66. These are exterior, tangible aspects which show a University come of age. But the real growth has come from the students attending USF. That intangible quality called spirit by some and quest by others. This has -been my challenge - to capture and portray not 280 only a rapidly growing university, but that untouchable, unexplainable quality called spiritual growth. If after read- ing this book, you are filled with the same excitement as I, as a graduating senior feel, then the purpose of this annual was accomplished. Most students dream of the time 20 years after their graduation when they -will visit their alma mater and to their amazement, the school has changed. I feel assuredly that when I visit USF only two or three years from now that I will witness a continuation of the spiritual growth that was USF '67, Sam Nuccio, editor ef I d. as al rs er el rs al I 9 . :af f 2 fr 2 fymrw 1: 7' .ll - tx, . 1-e A-. 'AR A' .gif 5 4 , I . 4 Q wi .J , ,A F F., 1, .- Ib X X , fu . ', , 4 gi ' 6 L :Ag ,A f Q15 Av .wat PBM . 43, 1-Q5 .,,.. 1 Af A . ZH 535911 .l.g,f4: uQ5"'f5 jffii Q SY . , . 5. 9 S69 ' A f , . 5 E 43 4 an z Igfi ,' in 1 A . J V 1 f -www 17" w LL 5 ,r J,x L1 H, I6 , J , i'5,.61:5k,4:' f.gv-w,zm.u..- xailin qivkmv- -an-f.-M. EPQALQL 1'-PF'-Q0 , Ja 1 ma. , , ,


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