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^ Front row (left to right) Bill Schmidt, Mike Stanley, Tim Lemleux, Carlton Williams, David Byrzana, 

r^or^+Ck' Rob Thurlow, Phelipe Lopez, Middle row: Kevin Roberts, Will Moore, Gerard Van Dyck, Clyde 

Bearss, Mike Thornburgh, Bo Garcia, Back row: Tyler Godshall, Rick Austin, Chuck Waxberg, 

Jerry Collom, Ralleigh Berry, Gus Papadopoulos, Jim Faulkner, Bruce Silverman, Mark Huffman, 

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Front row, (left to right): Buzz, Linda Weaver, Terry Buchanon, Renee Register, Lars Olson, Mon- 
Dr^rwin* '^'^ McClain, Andy Hradesky Middle: Dot Smith, Jorje Alanzer, Carlotta Woodson, Cindy Bran- 
L^dl VVII I. ^^^^ i^g^ McKnight, Ansley Reeder, Fe Fe Benson, Back: Dave Ritchy, Martin Landesmann, 

Kathy Weaver, Alan Craig, Kathy Hoff, Janet Morse, Chris Evans 





Front row (left to righit): Sue Coleman, Pam Jones, Lorie Clark, Middle: Leslie Harris, Maureen 
OflltOri' '^°2'^3"' Debbie Horstman, Shawn McCabe, Kathy Pearson, Caren Chappell, Back: Veronica 
L^CXll\Jl I. Jenkins, Vibeke Thulin, Tina Grayson, Lynda Taylor, Karen Leder, Kim Krapf, Jennifer Gould, 

Geri Bennett, Mary Lynn Lagana 





Blakely: 



Back row (left to right) Tom "Louie" Pasternak, Craig Low, Andy Ingram, Bob Sylvarla, Tony 
Cammarata, Ken "tex" Loeb, Hiko Umetso, Greg Bones, Tom Keating, David Kurau, Mike Pan- 
ado, Chris Vecchione, Mark Caprio, Johnny Perillo, David Solomon, John "Tambo",Mike 
Hanahan, Ross Lanhenau, Joe "LA LA" Fond, Randy "Vince" Lombardi, Andy Hanretty, 
Richard "bones" Leandri, Richard Lennon, Charles "Charlie B.F." Skinner, The Vikings, Lars 
Sondergaard, Kim Jensen. Missing in Action: Joe Isong, Emil J. Abood, Ken Steuert, Mark 
"Rebel" Perry, Mike Lindberg 





Front row, (left to right): Olivia Wakeman, Eileen Glllen, Wendy Thrower, Toshiko 
I— |gpQ0rCQP| ' Sakurai, Liz Levine, Lou Reges, Stans Slaats, Pam Neff Back row: Debbie Thompson, 
Patricia Monroy, Sophie Cooper, Peggy Kennedy, Beverly Hackett, Els Slaats, Ana Ul- 
loa, Denise Bernier, Roseanne Cupide, Christi White, Denise Castillo, Pris Echols, 
Sima Saffar, Mary Knobbe, Jana Etienne 




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Kirby: 



Front row (left to right): Angle Prentice, Brett Moore, Melanie Rich, MaryJane George, Sylvia Maier, 
Kathy Stults, Liz Rodriguez, Middle: Linda Jacot, Andrea Noyes, Sue Sweeny, Becky O'Dell, Anna 
Krajna, Linda Hart, Jane Biere. Back: Laura Nagy, Leanne Mans, Jane Pacholok, Leah Knox, Elena 
Kandilakis, Mary Booream, Mary Gllmire, Trami Vo, Joanne Mogavero, Nadia Ivanov 





Copley: 



Front: David Maddox, Marianne Tait, Laurie Sheinkopf, Virginia Coe, Richard Barrero, Linus. 
Middle: John Machado, Meredith Jordon, Nancy Napier, Virginia Pinholster, Melody Cass, 
Brandy, Rick Sequerth (Ra). Back: Scott Roberts, Robert Geise-Koch, Paul Tebbs, Walter 
Shaffer, Beth Ann Meyer, Michaela "Kala" Jarvis, Todd Marshall. Below: Jorge Martinez and 
Christy. 





(Left to right): Front, Steve Vespia, Jeff Smowton, Tom Reid, Dave Huesman, Dan Billard, Andy 
lo ripiQQ" Harshman, Jim Overdorf, Middle: Drew Wojchechowski, Mike Allen, Peter Rovezzi, Mark Moratto, 
Pat Hayes, Mark Hoadly, Falo Becerra, Bob Streit, Jim Martin, Back: Jim Strict, Dave Paul, Jotin 
Hendricks, Scott Aemissegger, Ken Roberts, Alex Licorac, Hector Rodriquez 





(left to right) Front row: Evelyn Cardona, Diana Lobo, Kiko Sasayama, Gloria Roberts, Jan Boone, 

Wilson* '-''^'^^ Leskosky, Faye Paige, Farzaneh Hodjati, Norma Reeves, Anne Hopson, Terry Elder, 

I. Tarnmy Underwood, Iris Bacon, Back row: Debbie Hossfield, Barbara Armistead, Heidi Kupke, 

Leslie Bodtke, Mimi Leeds, Pam Roberts, LeeAnn Rogers, Kori Huber, Diana Avery, Cindy 

Zahnov, Jackie Moore (RA), Muffet, Lorrie Nevin. 





Newton: 



(left to right) front row: Martha Walters, Lisa Kullman, Laura Hanson, Bouncer, Snowman, Vicki 
Webb, Yvonne Fontaines, Stephanie Heeter, Bob Leva!, back row: Red Closson, Jan Auwaer- 
ter, Lori Samer, Lee Aufderhar, David Murto, Michelle Ballard, David Smith, Hugh Kearney, 
Laura Troy, Katy Turner, Jose Garcia, Noel Bechtler, Matt Spetalnick (RA), Ram Gilbert, Betty 
Garcia, Jerome Hanley, John Phillips, Richard Cashman, Frank Slater, Tracey Sanders, Mark 
DenBraven. 





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(left to right): First Row: Luis Chang-Lima, Mark Wenzel, Tony Alvarez, Steve Meier, Doug 

pr^ppf^or^" McLean, Vinny Frigeria, Steve Leiting (sitting), Mark Bisson, Ted Maurelli, Martin Schmitz, Jack 

' Thorley (RA), Mike Wingate, Nathan Huang, Bob Dobkowski, second row: Shahriar Rahbari, Pete 

Bohatch, Dennis Cox, Tony Solazzo, Chris Ward, Kevin Demblnski, David Rodda, Bob Beldini, 

Bill Adams, Steven Kleckowski, third row: Richard Page, ?, Keith Heller, David Madock. 





(left to right & back to front) Peter Hopkins, Brad Weston, Carlos Guardia, Larry Walczak, Miguel San- 
L^r-»/-\\/' taella, Greg Herman-Giddens, Kenny Anderson, Jay Kanzler, Don Fisher, Mike Ventura, Mike Rosselet, 
' ^ ' "-''^' Reid Dick, Tom Maiville, Jim Phillops, Joe Vandracek, Doug Tveten, Jerry Derenthal, Greer Green, Lenny 

Rizzot, Bill Brenneman, Joe Shields, Louis O'Conner (RA), Pat Castiglia, Ton Pleasants. 





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^^U.Q^-^. front (left to right): Debb "fraulein" Hill, Lynn Russellinsky, Liz Saunders, Cloud, Janine Ley, Julie 
vyL/v^ry. Pinette, Andy Anderson, Tim Havens, Jamie Serino, Sophia Diaz, Ernie Suarzski, little pregnant 
lady, (back): Stan Hunter, Julie Gable, Charlie Frazier, Leslie Smith, James Earl Ray, Patti Sayh, 
Caroline Sharpless, Stan & Baba Gi Euroquat, (on roof): Jim Bob Simmons. 








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(left to right) sitting: Lisa Cohen, Marlsa Proietti, Halina Zubr, Mary Partridge, Tammy Spruill (RA), 
Debbie Rubin, Jacl<son, kneeling: Geesl<e Applekamp, Sheryl Johbston, Julie Kaplan, Anita 
Guadagno, Rhonda Peterson, standing: Michael Cecil, Andy Blair, Mark Horan, David Speal, Doug 
McVey, Doug Cobden, Larry Anglada, Rosemary Raistrick, Richard McBride, Eric Crawford, Martha 
Benbow, Mark Boutin, Gary Allen. 



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Ibsen: 



Front row (left to right): Charlene 
Smith, Rocky, Steve Crestal, Todd 
Stetson, Joe Sinapi, Vicki Miller, Rita 
Johnson, John Small, Bob Esmali- 
Azad, Betsy Giffels, Marsha Needham, 
Debbie Smith, Marliss Hall, Lori 
Winkler, Suzanne Wanta, Juan Perez, 
Jesse Sharpe, Eddie Williams, Todd 
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Front row (left to right): Annette Sim- 
mons, Alison Mulhall, Elisa Verges, 
Richard Everett, Tim Hadden, Brett 
Ramsey, Top: Jim Jennings, Alison 
Hertzberger, Paul Merlino, Corvin 
Connolly, Patrick Kang, Gary Wall, 
Walter Duffy, Roberto LIuch, War- 
den Merlino, Andy Novak 



Berkley: 



Front row (left to right): Patrick 
Kang, John Fleming, Jim Jennings, 
Brett Ramsey, Middle: Diane Shives. 
Walter Duffy, Annette Simmons, 
Donna Silverman, Elsa Verges, 
Warren Melino, Roberto LIuch, 
Back: Lori Matossian, Joy Trent, Tim 
Hadden, Alison Hershberger, Jana 
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Front row, (left to right) Karen Home, Georgia Lundberg, Mickey Rivers, Michelle Ogilvie, 
B6riGCl ICt' '^^'^cy Shanley, Pam Siegel, Selena Roe, Helen Clemmons, Anne Ksiazel<, Lisa Trentalange, 
' Bacl<: Sharon Baldwin, Kelly Medi, Sam Cleary, Joan Matthews, Maria Bettolini, Donna 
Nawrocki, Doris Malout, Anna Lorenzo, Cindy Johnson, Rene6 Houle, Tracia Collier 





Kennedy: 



Front row (left to right): Nick ' the Greek" Palantzas, Ravi "the Indian" Kapoor, Shawn "scrap- 
iron" Butler, Jeff "skully" Waters, John "Weasel" Steakly, James "KKK" Hawkins, Jim "Drib- 
ble" Workman, Greg "Dusty" Williams, RudI "the kaiser" Ringwald, Jim "the rat" Rattray, Peter 
"the Buddhist" Brown, Brook "no-name" Babcock, Ghassan "Jason" Al-Sale, Ron Davis, 
Johnny "P" Pinero, Bill "muscles" Vickers, Johnny "the MAC" McClausland, Jose "Joe" Oljea, 
Jack "the hermit" Pooley, Steve "poodle-head" D' Andrea 





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VOLLEYBALL 




FRISBEE 




ADMINISTRATION 




Peter Armacost 
President 




Lloyd Chapin 
Dean of Faculty 

Marjorie Ninechelser 

Admin. Asst. To 
The President 



Barry McDowell 

Director of 
Campus Activities 

Susan Hopp 

Assoc. Dean 
of Students 





Ed Stevens 

Director of Planning 
and Analytical Studies 

Ruth Trigg 
Registrar 



Will Fisher 
Campus Photographer 

William Covert 

Director Water 
Front Activities 





Clyde McKenny 

Sec'y Registrar's 
Office 




Jon Hottzworth 

Waterfront 
Supervisor 



FACULTY 




Wilbur Block 
PhvsirR 



Peter Pav 
PhilosoDhv 




John Eckert 
Art 



William Roess 
Biology 



Eugene Lebrenz 
Finance 





Bill Maddox 
Mathematics 



Robert Meacham 
Mathematics 



Kenneth Keeton 
German 



Sheila Hanes 
Biology 





Tom West 
Human Resources 



Alan Carlster 
Religion & Speech 



Gil Johnston 

Religion & Asian Studies 



Ashby Johnson 
Religion & Philosophy 




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Harry Ellis 
Physics 




John Ferguson 
Biology 



Keith Irwin 
Philosophy 



Bart Tebbs 
Management 





Claude Sutclitfe 
Political Science 



George Reid 
Biology 



Anne Murphy 
Political Science 



William Winston 
Sociology 





Felix Rackow 
Political Science 




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Peter Meinke 
Literature 



Reggie Hudson 
Chemistry 





George Lofquist 
Mathematics 



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John Mayotte 
"*^' Baseball Coach 



Wayne Gulda 
Chemistry 



Mary Ann Giacchino 
Leisure & Recreation 



James Harley 
Physical Education 





Tom Oberhoffer 
Economics 



Dudley DeGroot 
Anthropology 



Howard Carter 
Comparative Lit. 
and Humanities 



James Matthews 
Literature 









Julienne Empric 
Literature 




William Wilbur 
History 



Theodore Dembroski 
Psychology 



James MacDougall 
Psychology 





Geraldine Blazey 
Language Arts 



Kirk Stokes 
Psychology 



Pedro Trakas 
Spanish 




Sterling Watson 
Literature & 
Creative Writing 





Phil Siegel 

Business Administration 




Peter Hammerschmidt 
Economics 



Carolyn Johnston 
American Studies 




Dana Cozad 
Creative Arts 








Hendrick Servie 
Anthropology 



Molly Ransbury 
Education 



William H. Parsons 
History and Russian Studies 'M 



William Waters 
Music 




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Kathryn J. Watson 
Education 



David Cozad 
Cliaplain 



James Crane 
Visual Arts 



Richard Bredenberg 
Education 





Carlton Humphrey 
Theatre 



Don Cunningham 
Theatre 



DISNEY WORLD 




THE EAGLES & JIMMEY BUFFETT 



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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 



Cover "Three Ecks in a Fountain" 
by Greg Lawson 

LOGOS: Editor — Virginia Coe 

Staff — Ann Hopson 

Laurie Sheinkopf 

iVlarianne Tait 

Melody Cass 

Head Photographer — Richard Barrero 

Asst. Head Photographer — Cliff McKay III 

Photography Staff — Laura Nagy 

Sylvia Maier 

Mary Jane George 

Jan Boone 

Julie Gable 

The LOGOS staff would like to thank: 
The Natural Sciences Collegium 
for use of the Physics darkroom 
The Creative Arts Collegium for 
use of the Art Center darkroom 
Greg Lawson 
and anyone else who helped us out. 




Isla Del Sol. 

The vacation 

that just 

won't quit. 



Located on Bayway Causeway (54th Ave 
South between St. Petersburg and St 
Petersburg Beach). Models open daily 9 - 6 

Prices subiect to change without notice 



General 
Bectric 
Credit 




While you are here, stop out and visit Isla Del Sol. a tropical island 
between St Petersburg and St Petersburg Beach, surrounded by 3 
miles of soft white sand beaches and the calm clear waters of Boca 
Ciega Bay 

Here you'll find, luxury appointed 1, 2, & 3 bedroom condominium 
homes, low-rise villa clusters, contemporary townhouses, two story 
penthouses, superb luxury lownhomes or beach-view apartments all 
overlooking golf course or water. 

We also boast a very challenging and beautiful 18-hole 
Championship golf course, our own Racquet Club with 6 professional 
Har-Tru lighted tennis courts and a beautiful club house, "The Island 
Club" with golf and tennis pro shops, lockers, saunas, a superb 
restaurant and lounge, and a heated swimming pool. 



Phone 813/867-1191 



Because you're an islander at heart 




STEVE 'N STEVE OF SAB WOULD LIKE TO SAY 

THANKo to the following students. These people have put in a tremendous amount of time and effort in bringing you the many ac- 
tivities presented this year. 



Pam Gilbert Sally Knapp (Sorry about the posters) 

Becky O'Dell Brett Moore (Leave Sally alone) 

Ron Webster (Find that truck) Andrea Noyes (Leave us alone) 

Adrienne Darner Gary Nutter Jim Wenztell 

Scooter Knize & Wendy Linton (Your support was needed) 

Karen Galenski (What an artist) Bill Kelly 

Louis O'Conner Tracey Sanders James Ray 

Chris Ward Vinnie Frigeria Michael Ventura 

Diane (Couldn't spell your last name) Sharon Baldwin 

John Minto Tony Marino Marc Barlow 

Mark Boutin Gloria Roberts Phil Wiskow 



Thanks again and thank you very much to anyone we forgot. A special thanks must go to Dave Huesman and Barry McDowell for keeping us in 
line. 



VILLAGE SQUARE 

Gifts and Decorative Accessories 

Tyrone Square Mall 

Countryside Mall 

University Square Mall 


NOVAK'S 
SKYWAY TEXACO 

2220 — 34th St. So. 

Highway 19 
St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Complete Automotive Service 

Bill Novak 
Owner 

867-4510 
867-4340 


COMPLIMENTS 

LAKEWOOD STANDARD 
SERVICE CENTER 

3090 54th Ave. So. Phone: 
St. Pete., Fla. 867-4796 


HEINZEN SHELL SERVICE 

1800 — 34th St., So. 

St. Petersburg, Fla. 33711 

867-6288 


ALL WOMEN'S 
HEALTH CENTER, INC. 

4131 Central Avenue 
St. Petersburg, Fla. 33713 


CONGRATULATIONS 

TO THE 

GRADUATES 

OF 1980! 

from the 
Yearbook Staff. 



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