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THE 1967 HATTER 




■/ J-^roloaue: 

lurpose of the HATTER is to 

tell the story of life at Stetson. It is the 

editor's job to select and describe, 

depict and illustrate the story. Yet 

it is really done by you. My job has 

merely been to assemble the material 

you have presented. 

The story of Stetson this year is going 

to be told through pictures and copy. 

We have tried to capture the faces 

of Stetson, but this face has as many 

attitudes, moods, expressions, and 

y divergences as there are people 

._ in the student body. 



The I 967 HATTER is a mirror- 
It is the way we see you, the way your 
friends see you, the way you really 
i^re. If glancing through these pages 
prings some small memory that is 
ijrs forever, then we consider the 
[purpose of the 1967 HATTER to 
have been accomplished. 







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Don Jackson, Editor 




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VOLUME 47 The 1967 HATTER 

of Stetson University 




DeLand, Florida 




CONTENTS 




34 5^^^°°' 




'I'l^ Fine Arts 




138 Athletics 




IQg Greeks 




2 1 O Organization 




268 The Year 




298 Beauties 




STAFF 




• Don Jacltson, editor 




• VIning BIgelow, business nnanager 




• Kathy Edwards, managing editor 
Jane Meisenheimer, editorial assistant 




• Elaine L'Heureux, layout editor; Butch Pad- 
gett, assistant layout editor 




• Franc de Miranda, class editor; Kris Kane, 
administration editor; Mia Laise, typist 




• Jane Furlong, fine arts editor 




• Rick Brannan, sports editor 


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• Janice Wheelon, greek editor; Nancy Kooi- 
stra, typist 

• Sandy Guard, organizations editor 

• Nellye Russum, beauties editor 


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• Designed and produced by Alabama Engrav- 
ing Co. Inc.; photography by Carolyn Spray- 
berry of Jordan Marsh Studio, Tommy Taylor 
of Kent's Studio, Steve Klienberg, Sage Red- 
ding, David Amiot 


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^tetdon wad, id, and dhall be 
ai areat a5 uour fondest menton 
of Iter or a5 dmall as that part 
of ner uou wish to foraet. 



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ion wa5 ai rewaraina as ine re5l uout 
needed after ituauina for uour (^nrldtianitu 
inuentoru or ad annouina aA the murderous 
cru of uour ll^aou. d^en at seven a. m. 

stetson wad cold toast on ^ueidau mornina 
or roast ijeef at noon S^undau. 

stetson was the mail truch tliat delivered 
uour mall from home, aS welt aS the hand 
which pushed uour oLJ Slip into 
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aiAociate manu idead with the term stetson . 

Somewhere uou had heard that it wad a aood 
6chooi academicallu . 

Somewhere uou heard it wad a hat; 
uou knew it ad a wau of lit-e. 






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than a Pew olockd oj- concrete^ 



times uou were able to See it as no more 
Seam-ents oP wood and a bit of iron. 
ZJhen uou would think it a pit^ that such a representation oj^ concrete, wood, 
and iron couid mean So muck to uou. 



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wnen uou walked tatter man -J^utleu ^owei", 

iJjou knew aau& 
when uou feti tower tnan the Ifook uou dropped 
aA uou rudhed to uour eiaht o clock. 

S^tetson had iti contradictiond. 





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faces i^ou passed dailu on 
i^our wau to claSS; 
stetson was the person on the otiier 
side of the door with whom uou 
would inei/itat?iu collide as uou 
rushed out of C^iizabeth ^J4ail 
on y.our wau to the (commons. 





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the ffiends uou would rememtyer 
for a tifetinte. 






^t wilt be more titan a format education 5om.eone nad told uou. Jj^t 
Jo uou stetson wa6 an old friend when uou returned from vacation, 
Jj^t wad identitu, a 6en&e of belonaina, 



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place to nana uour 
Ljou felt important, 
^tetion wad chanae, experimentation, and flux 

alt wrapped up into a packaae which, oddlu enouah, re6emt>led uou. 




Jhere were new roteS for uou to tru; 

new IdeaA j-or uou to welan ana measure. 
IJjou were optimistic ana pe&simiitic at once. 
Vjou oeaan to fall into the cateaories 
tit at enaea with ist . 

iJjou were the anaru uouna woman or man. 
IJjou were the radical, the thinner, the poet. 
.Someone once tola uou that colleae would 
brina areat chi 



inna ureal cnanae in uou. 
IJjou weren t the Same person who had left 
uour hometown a uear earlier. 




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S^lel5on was a iialt, a lauah, a. Amite, a tear, 

a lump in uour tkroat. 
stetson wa5 Aacfificina uour dtuau tim.e 

to kelp a friend wno needed uou. 
^tetdon waA beina intereAied in whui the chapel 

Apeaher ivaA Aauina deApite uout 

efj-ortA to be unattentiue. 



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^t wad uour auiet moment 

a5 uou ti&tened to the fapturouS 
Sounad of the K^hapel choir, 
^t wa5 uour m.om.ent of deApalr, uour 
tim^e oP need, uour hour of trial. 

-^t the Aam.e tim.e it was the enerau 
and sincerity, of a carefree you. 



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^tetion waA all-nlahler5, llo-aJjoz, 
i/itamtn pUii^ uet it could be uour 
r\oual f-lu3n or ace of- tfuntp. 
Ujou mixed a fair portion of the aood and 
the had into uour life^ uou were iatiAfied 
with the combination. 



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^he eueA that watched uour ei/eru dtep 

a6 uou waihed acroAA campuA, were ^tetion 6. 

J^erA were the conformitieA, 
the poor oouA, the coraA, 
the bare anhteA, the long. hair. 

^tetAon waA uour tan from aauA at eJjautona, 
the laughter front the ^ VlvS movie, 
or cochtail areAAeA at a ^^rromecomina dance. 






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Stetson wad tne bou or airl in i^our life, 
^t was the teadina, tne torment, tne pain, 
ZJne aentte nana extended, trie auestionina 
alance, tne love of a ufetime. 





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Ljou Knew and experienced the parting at 
eleven o ctocn curfew ,tne iharina, the 

dau-dreani5, and the hours of tonaing-. 





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stetson wad eueru hope, everu ideal, eueru emotii 
ij-ou naa ever Known. 

JJ^n eidence, uou were ^tetion. 
ijou were its personification, its perSonalitu 
and its imaae. 

ijou were the idea which inspired the buildina 
of- its foundations 
j-or ^ou were the student for wht 
the School was constructed. 



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Ljou were ^tetion A first 

tudent to enroll and its last 
one to araduate manu ueari 

in the future. 




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^Ite J^tetion ^ou loved, feared, or re5pecled 
wai that portion of i^oar5elf which i^ou 
touea, feared, or reipected. 
Ljou were anu name on ani^ iidewalh in 
front ojf anu dorm, and i^ou would 
oe ^tetdon forever. 





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So veru much more. 



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34 



THE SCHOOL 




35 




The President 



Dr. J. OIlie Edmunds 



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Left to Right, Seated: Authur Morris, Ralpti Ferrell. Robert Flippy, Robert Carnett, Albert Carnett, Doyle Carlton, Earl Edington, Earl Gaston. 
Left to Right, Standing: David Harshaw, Rupert Co eman, Dan Blaloct, Henry Parker, J. OIlie Edmunds, O.-L. White, Malcom Knight, E. H. Price. 



The Board of Trustees 



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Dr. William Hugh McEniry, Jr. 
Dean of the University 



The Administration 




Dr. John E. Johns 
Business Manager 




Etter McTeer Turner 
Dean of Women 





Barbara Rows 
Registrar 



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Dr. George W. Hood 

Director of Counseling Services 




Dr. William R. Carden 
Director of Special Projects 



40 




H. Graves Edmundson, Jr. 
Comptroller 




Gary A. Meadows 
Director of Admissions 




Kenneth W. Phillips 
Financial Aid Counselor 




George A. Borders 
Assistant Dean of Men 





Mary Edna Parker 
Assistant Dean of Women 



Helen W. Sassard 
Assistant Registrar 



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Ralph M. Parkman 

Director of the News Bureau 



Edna P. Searles 

Administrative Assistant to the President 





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W. Richard Thirwell 
Director of Alumni Affairs 



Ralph A. Becker 

Assistant to the Business Manager 



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Mr. Harry Edwards 
Director of Placement 




Everette W. Johnson 
Manager of the Bookstore 



Marvin R. Emerson 
University Engineer 




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Louise Russell 

Director of the 

Student Union Building 





Hazel Reed 
Switchboard Operator 



Mellinee Middleton 
Guidance Counselor 



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W. Landon Smith, M.D. 
University Physician 





Mrs. Esther Ferns 
Stetson hjall Director 




Mrs. Mary hlolbrook 
Conrad hiali Director 




Miss Donna Dollins 
Chadoin Hall Director 




Miss Ruth Rainwater 
Emily Hall Director 



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Charlotte A. Smith 
University Librarian 



Arlene V. Feasel 
Assistant in Periodicals 



Anne Hurst 
Circulation Librarian 



Betty Johnson 
Catalogue Librarian 



Lillian Jost 
Assistant In Catalogue 



Genevieve Lewis 
Reference Librarian 



Louis Musgrove 
Assistant in Reference 



Ellen Peek 
Assistant in Reference 



Madeline Quinn 
Secretary to the Librarian 




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School of Business 



Edward C. Furlong, Jr. 
Dean 





Where's your necktie? . . . The Fisherman . . . 
Does everyone have to wear ties? . . . The 
poorman's philosopher . . . Smokey the bear 
. . . Enough is enough . . . Aren't you Tennessee 
Ernie Ford? . . . The Skipper . . . "Son, don't 
you think it's time you got a haircut?" . . . 
seems everybody is an interior decorator . . . 



<o^lOO 



Dr. William Anderson 
Accounting 




Dr. Walter Bennett 
Management 



Dr. J. W. Budina, Jr. 
Finance 



Dr. Chauncy Elkins 
Marketing 



Dr. Russell M. Nolen 
Finance 



Finance 



Miss Maxine L. Patterson 
) a Business Communications, 

Management 



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1 1 000^ 



7000 



MS-qoo 



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College of Liberal Arts 




50 



Education 



Mrs. Shearon's haircut ... Dr. Sowers' arti- 
ficial (?) plant in his office ... Dr. Tubbs, presi- 
dent of the Southeastern Regional Association 
of Student Teaching ... Dr. Smotherman's drop 
in the commodity market ... Dr. Smith's Thanks- 
giving holiday and her catch of bass ... A 
Volkswagen, a Mustang, a Mercedes ... A 
go-go girl, a singer of Old English rounds . . . 
Dr. Merriam's portable tape recorder which 
functions as he walks around the campus . . . 
the department has a hatchet which has been 
buried forever . . . 





Dr. W. R, Pickens 
Interning 

Mrs. Ella Mae Shearon 
Educational Psychology 

Dr. Ruth Smith 
Elementary Education 

Dr. T. E. Smotherman 
Elementary Education 

Dr. Ray V. Sowers 

Introduction 

Dr. F. R. Tubbs 
Interning 



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EngBish 




Everett Edwards Press, Langford's 
newest "hobby" . . . Books by Colbrun 
and Allen, Morris, Gibson, and who 
knows who else for "EE ' . . . The English 
5 on the volleyball team . . . Terror of 
the Tennis courts . . . The department 
head?! Barefoot?!! The what's all wet?! 
. . . This year there will be no late 
papers! 



Dr. Ethel Colbrunn 
Victorian Literature 



Dr. C. Carter Colwell 
hlumanities 



Dr. Byran H. Gibson 

Chairman 

Shakespeare 

Dr. Bryan Gillespie 
Renaisance Literature 



Mrs. Carl hi. Johnson 
hlumanities 

Mr. Richard Langford 
American Literature 



Dr. Ann Morris 
Southern Literature 

Dr. William E. Taylor 
Contemporary Poetry 



Dr. Ernest E. Weeks 
Old English 

Mr. Joseph Womack 
Communications 



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Foreign Languages 



Language labs ... Dr. Hodges' faculty meetings ... no heat in Sampson 
Hall . . . Shoestring Players ... a whole semester of 201 without a map 
of Spain . . . Dr. Anderson riots in Madrid! . . . Cricket 




Mr. Leon Braxton 
German 

Dr. John Hodges 

Chairman 

German 

Miss Ethel Kinum 
Spanish 



Dr. Elsie Minter 
French 

Mr. Edward E. Settgast 
Spanish 

Mr. Richard Valente 
French 



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5 Dr. Evans C. Johnson 
American History 




Dr. Gilbert Lycan 
American History 




Dr. Malcolm Wynn 
European History 




Dr. Robert Chauvin 
Geography 



History 
Geography 



What's going to happen at the AHA this 
Christmas? . . . Taxation without representation 
. . . We need a lower podium . . . We're hoping 
Zenkosvky will get past 1865 . . . 



Doc and his dog . . . Snow shoes in the what? 
. . . Faculty senate . . . Ant theory . . . The 
wrong set of notes . . . coffee and doughnuts — 
finals . . . fossilized Packard . . . 10,336,000 hens 
in Manchuria . . . 




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Where is Mr. Sawyer? . . . Boss 
. . . the stargazer is busy again . . . 
flying ace of the department . . . 
Dr. Boyd has become the stair's 
track star . . . Coffee time, Dr. 
Jones . . . Yes, Mrs. Tiffany usually 
has a crowd in her office. 

I am an American ... I like red 
but I'm not a communist ... I don't 
understand this calculus . . . Charlie 



Mathematics 
Economics 




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Mr. Charles Andrews 
Economics 

Mr. Emmett Ashcraft 
Math Education 

Dr. John E. Barthel 
Economics 

Miss Elizabeth Boyd 
Geometry 

Dr. Gene Medlin 
Chairman 
Matrix Algebra 

Mr. David HIayes 
Computer Science 

Miss Celia Roberts 
Math Education 



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Philosophy 
Religion 



Hell is . . . The only rele- 
vant philosophical ques- 
tion . . . other people . . . 
We are condemned to 
freedom . . . God is dead 

... Dr. Armour's book 
published . . . New Dean 
of Chapel in the near fu- 
ture? ... 2 alumns in the 
dept. . . . The University 
sure has been glad Dr. 
Joiner was around . . . 
Working hard, Steve? . . . 



Mr. John Riser 
Philosophy 

Mr. James D. Shumaker 
Philosophy 

Dr. LaFayette Walker 

Religion 

Chairman 



Dr. Rollin Armour 
Religion 




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Physics 

Chemistry 

Biology 



Dr. T. W. Beiler 
Chairman 
Organic Chemistry 



Dr. E. C. Coolidge 
Analytical Chemistry 





Who mixed the punch? ...Its intuitively 
obvious for the most casual observer . . . 
The eternal pledge trio . . . 

City water . . . Now how do you make 
banana oil out of petroleum . . . Once is 
OK but mercury all over twice, no . . . 

Now you all know I'm a Botanist . . . 
Which one came first, the chicken or the 
egg? . . . Anybody want candy? . . . 

Dr. J. H. DeLap 
Physical Chemistry 

Dr. Keith L. hiansen 
Genetics 

Dr. George Jenkins 
Chairman 
Nuclear Physics 

Dr. F. D. Sprygley 
Solid State Physics 

Mr. Anthony Jusick 
Atmospheric Physics 

Dr. John Vaughn 
Physical Chemistry 



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Political Science 
American Studies 
Russian Studies 



How was Senator Holland, Jackie? . . . 
New books, would you believe $40,000? 
. . . Why Miss Masi? . . . Nice Christmas 
party . . . 

You know I'm kind of afraid of Mr. 
Lathrop ... Sir Gerald Critoph's Spear 
. . . Rolls-Royce . . . Wedding Bells . . . 

Yes, you have to be twenty-one . . . 
The department is blooming . . . What 
ever happened at the Russian Orthodox 
Church . . . The important thing is Rus- 
sian . . . 



Dr. T. Wayne Bailey 

Political Science 

Chairman 



Dr. Gerald E. Gritoph 
American Studies 



Dr. John A. Hague 

American Studies 

Chairman 

Dr. Serge A. Zenkovsky 
Russian Studies 




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Dr. David Abbott 
Learning 

Mr. Richard R. Clayton 
Sociology of Family 



Mrs. H. B. Hay 
Social Stratification 



Dr. Warren F. Jones, Jr. 
General-Experimental Psychology 

Mr. Jack B. Rollins 
Physiological Psychology 

Mr. Taylor C. Scott 
Social Gerontology 



Psychology 
Sociology 



Don't think, BEHAVE . . . empirical . . . Handle 
rats with care ... 4 p.m. Tuesday Staff Meeting, 
attendance mandatory . . . Empirical . . . Freud who? 
. . . JEP . . . Do not disturb . . . EMPIRICAL . . . 
Lily ... 



And you are all new this year? . . . But what do 
you do during the winter term? . . . Mr. Clayton 
lectures on sex ... A grant, you say? . . . Mrs. Bar- 
row knows . . . "Termites carry away desk of faculty 
member" . . . Ambiguous Sociologists? No, they 
just all use the same quiz guide . . . 




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Major Richard Anderson 
Assistant PMSS-3 



W. C. Crowell 

Physical Education 

Chairman 

Major Allen C. DeGraw 
Assistant PMSS-2, 4 



M./Sgt. Edward K. Moore 
Administrative Supplies 

M./Sgt. James C. hHowk 
Principal Drill Instructor 



Lt. Col. D. D. McCorvey 
Professor of 



Reserve Officers Training Corp 
Physical Education 



NeatI? You look like a Chinese bandit! . . . 
I don't care if you are in a play, get your hair 
cut . . . At 162245 cross the LD avoiding INT 
OBJ then Cp I, 3, 9, call FCL, elim OBJ ZVCA, 
perp to cont Miss to RONDO. ACK. What's the 
matter, Troxel, can't you understand English? 

Last of the big spenders . . . Movement educa- 
tion instead of what? . . . Watch out for Straw- 
berry's behind . . . Weickle is worrying the team 
by showing emotion at a game . . . Joy of move- 
ment . . . Now you all tell me when you are sore 
and we'll quit . . . 



Military Science 

R. W. Weickle 
Physical Education 



Sergeant Master William Werth 
Sergeant Master 

Major James S. Wilhite 
Assistant PMS S-l, adj. 




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Speech 
Drama 
Art 



Janie, will you call and get afters for? 
. . . Wrong house much . . . Now if you'll 
lie down we'll see if you can breathe . . . 
Would you believe who won the sweep- 
stakes trophy? . . . Will you turn out the 
lights and lock up? . . . big mama . . . Texas 
alumni . . . Take-home finals . . . hHut-two- 
three-four . . . George Marks carnival . . . 



You sit there and sketch, and I'll go take 
the pictures . . . Folies Bergeres . . . 

Unity in Diversity . . . Shoestring Theatre 
. . . Not pornographic art . . . I'm a painter, 
not a mechanic! . . . R-r-r-rape ... I liked 
the wine , . . Well, it's about time you 
showed up . . . 





Mr. Louis Freund 
Artist in Residence 

Mr. Bruce Griffiths 

Chairman 

Director of the Theatre 




Mr. Leo Snedeker 
Speech Correction 

Miss Martha Womack 
Forensics 



Mr. James C. Wright 
Technical Theatre 




School of Music 







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Get more "shee" in your grunt . . . Let's have sonne more 
college altos . . . The deaf-mute choir ... So this is music educa- 
tion? . . . Consult the Annex directory . . . Parking meters for 
bicycles? . . . Bravo . . . Tenors get the "pig" award . . . Please, 
Earl, I'd rather do it myself . . . Sinuses . . . Don't touch the pipes 
. . . The Trinity Dean . . . Would anyone like to help tune the 
harpsicord? . . . 




Mrs. Lenoir Almand 
Piano 



Miss Frances Buxton 
Violin 

Mr. Richard Feasel 
Band 

Mr. H. M. Giffin 
Voice 

Mr. Robert Fort 
Voice 

Mr. Robert hiause 
Music History 

Miss Frances Hughes 
Piano 



Mr. Paul Jenkins 
Organ 

Miss Eleanor Leek 
Cello and Theory 



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Seniors 




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Abies, Judith W. 


Americus, Ga. 


Abies, Michael B. 


Sanford 


Abreu, Vincent J. 


Havana, Cuba 



Albritton, Merilyn 
Alonso, Maria J. 



Wauchula 
Mianni 



Andrews, Dana 
Artiz, Norma 
Ashley, Joyce 



Atkinson, Carrie M. 
Ausinsch, Baiba 
Barco, Tayman 



Barroso, Juan, VIII 
Baube, Janice E. 
Bauer, Frank R. 



St. Petersburg 

Satellite Beach 

Jacksonville 




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Orlando 

Soina, Sweden 

Orlando 



Havana, Cuba 

Mount Vernon, Ohio 

Pinellas Park 




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Saughman, Earl 
3axley, Wayne 
Beach, Jane 



Beach, Martha 
Behrens, Rae A., Jr 
Bigelow, Vining 



Birrel, Mary Grace 
Bishop, Randi 
Bohmfalk, John 



Bonkey, Wayne 
Bozard, Marie 
Bradley, Charlene 



Brannam, Julia Ann 
Branan, Samuel 
Britt, Peggy 



Apopka 
Weirsdale 
Eau Gallie 



Holly Hill 

Lakeland 

Branford, Conn. 



Cocoa Beach 

Clearwater 

Rye, N.Y. 



Umatilla 
DeLand 
Hialeah 



Jacksonville 

Vero Beach 

Flagler Beach 




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Brockett, Lillian Gai 
Brown, Tana J. 
Bryant, Frederick 



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Burnett, Lane 
Bush, Lynn G. 
Butler, Jack S. II 




Campbell, Rochelle 
Carameros, Toni 
Garden, Merilyn 



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Garefoot, Gonnie 
Garefoot, George H. 
Garlton, Bruce 




Garter, Donna 
f Garter, Frank A. II 

Gastillo, Angel 



Pensacola 

Golumbus, Ind. 

St. Petersburg 



Jacksonville 

St. Petersburg 

Boca Raton 



Pompano Beach 

Miami 

DeLand 



Ft. Meade 

Ft. Meade 

St. Petersburg 



Orlando 

Ghevy Ghase, Md. 

Burbank, Galif. 




Cartledge, Joyce 

Ceballo, Louis 

Christy, Walter Leon, Jr. 



Miami 

Guantanamo, Cuba 

Orlando 



Claypool, Linda 
Cline, Barbara 
Cline, Linda B. 



Hialeah 

Panama City 

Dunedin 



Cochrane, John S. 
Cohrs, Gail 
Cole, Lee 



Largo 
Pompano Beach 
Pembroke, Mass. 



Combs, Nancy 
Connor, Susan 



DeLand 
DeLand 



Corydon, Bonnie Jean 
Coursey, Charles C. 
Coutant, Andrew 



Boca Raton 
Palatka 
Stuart 




69 



Crawford, Carol 
Crowther, John B. 
Crowther, Margaret Smith 



DeLand 

hHamden, Conn. 

New Smyrna Beach 



Curmanskie, Mary Ann 
Davidson, Patti 
Dawson, Jack E. 



Deaton, Carol Blazer 
Delk, James Raymond 
Dickey, F. Paul 



Miami 

Columbus, Ga. 

Venice 



DeLand 

New Smyrna Beach 

Miami 





Dillman, Charles R. 
Dudley, Karen 



Estenson, Janet 
Estes, Sharon Jeane 
Eubanks, Diane 



Miami Springs 
Weirsdale 



Jacksonville 

Ft. Benning, Ga. 

Jacksonville 



70 



Flippo, Bobbie 
Freeman, Joan F 
Furlong, Jane V. 



Goodson, Patricia 
Graff, Elizabeth 
Grana, Madeline 



Grimm, Betsy 
Gruber, Craig h^anson 
Guenther. Linda 



Gussman, Diane 
Haire, John 
Hall, Ronald L. 



Eustis 

Eustis 

DeLand 



Gainey, Betsy 


Marathon Shores 


Garrett, Polly 


DeLand 


Gibson, Jim 


DeLand 



Edgewater 
Maitland 
Jacksonville \ <"■ 



West Palm Beach 

Lake Park 

DeLand 



Silver Spring, Md. 

Vero Beach 

Sarasota 





Hall, Margaret S. 
Hamilton, Marcia 
Hardman, John A. 



Harkins, Steve 
Harley, Sharon 
Harmeling, Kay 



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Harrison, Yvonne Marie 

Hayes, Robert C. 

Head, George Oswell, Jr. 




Hedrick, Christine 
Holifield, Richard N. 
Hood, Michael 



Jacksonville 
Satellite Beach 
Ft. Lauderdale 



Bolton, Mass. 
Jacksonville 
Winter Park 



Miami 

Auburn, N.Y. 

Tampa 



Vienna, Va. 

Sebring 

Homestead 



Hooker, Mary Ellen 


Ft. Myers 


Howard, Jeanne 


Cocoa 


Huggard, Kathleen Emily 


Sun City Center 



72 




Jackson, Donald G. 


Jr. 


Griffin, Ga. 


James, Irish 




DeLand 


Jansik, Peter 




Palm Beach 



Johnston, Gregory A. 
Julian, Sherrille 



Ormond Beach 
Sanford 



Kayser, Robert 
Kessler, Glenn D. 
King, John Charles 



Knights, Bonnie Lee 
Kohn, Richard D. 
Lee, Michael Edward 



Ft. Lauderdale 

Daytona 

Seweli's Point 



Kisner, Diane 


Miami 


Knapp, Richard F. 


Ft. Lauderdale 


Knight, Eugene 


DeLand 



Daytona Beach 
St. Petersburg Beach 
St. Petersburg Beach 




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73 



Lippoldt, Linda Anne 
Little, Margaret 
Longbottom, Helen Jane 



Lorenzo, Marcos 
Lowell, Elizabeth 



Maitland 

Clearwater 

Sebring 



Tampa 
Ormond Beach 




^^dA 




Markovitch, Martha J. 
Manning, Jacquelene 
March, Bobbie 



Daytona Beach 
West Palm Beach 
Bridgeport, Conn. 



Mastry, Dennis 


Belize, British Honduras 


Mathers, Phyllis 


Umatilla 


Matteus, May L. 


DeLand 



Marz, Gretchen Grau 
McBryde, Bill 
McCallister, Betty L. 



Daytona Beach 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Titusville 



74 



McCready, Margaret 
McCune, Maureen 
McGarity, Betsy 



Ormond Beach 

Sarasota 

Eustis 



McMillian, Beverly 
McQulddy, Ralph L. 
Mechling, Jay E. 



Daytona Beach 

New Smyrna Beach 

Miami Beach 



Medrano, Gena 


Miami 


Meisenheimer, Jane 


Ft. Walton Beach 


Merriam, Robin 


DeLand 



Midkiff, Lynn E. II 
Millsaps, Annica M. 
Moore, Judith W. 



Deltona 

Ft. Lauderdale 

DeLand 



Moore, James Ronald 
Morgan, David M. 
Morgan, Helen Rae 



New Brockton, Ala. 
Miami 
Miami 




75 




Morris, Katherine 


Westfleld, N.J. 


Morris, William C. 


Pensacola 


Mullin, Bruce 


Winter Park 



Nail, Rebecca 


Smyrna, Ga. 


Napoli, Eugene T. 


Coral Gables 


Napoli, William J. 


Coral Gables 



Padgett, Phillip "Butch' 
Paula, June 
Phillips, Rebecca 



Phillips, Thomas A. 
Pickering, Roy 
Pierson, Roger 



Nashville, Tenn. 

tHallandale 

Ft. Lauderdale 



Schenectady, N.Y. 

Summerside, Canada 

Cromwell, Conn. 



Pike, Rachel 


Naples 


Pipher, Tom 


Naples 


Plumer, Jann 


Pahokee 



76 



Pooser, W. Craig 
Pooser, Langdon 
Pozdena, Gwendolyn 



Prichard, Mary F. 
Ramey, Allan 
Raymond, Drucilla 



Redding, Sage 
Reese, Robert S., Jr. 
Repass, David M. 



Interlachen ', 
Interlachen 
Darien, Conn. 



DeLand 

Panama City 

Ormond Beach 



Monroe, La. 

Florence, S.C. 

Naples 





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Rey, Clair Suzanne 
Roberts, Jan Morgan 




Roberts, Marshall 
Rogers, Charles J. 
Rodgers, Susan 



Miami 
Cazenovia, N.Y. 



Jacksonville 

Orlando 

Valdosta, Sa. 



77 




Romans, Larry 
Roth, James G. 
Russum, Nellamar 



West Palm Beach 

Miami Beach 

Ft. Pierce 



Rancher, Arlen Rybolt 
Schafer, Lynn 
Searing, Eari B., Jr. 



Seaman, Judith 
Shaffer, Jeani 
Shearer, Carol Ann 



Orlando 

Sarasota 

Starke 



Sanford 

DeLand 

Indialantic 



Shelton, Barbara 
Shuchart, Mary E. 



Smalley, Daniel 
Smartt, James M. 
Smith, Darlene 



Jacksonville 
Clearwater 



Pluckemia, N.J. 
Abington, Pa. 
Valdosta, Ga. 




78 



Smith, Philippe 
Sneider, Paul 
Speicher, Jacob H. 



DeLand 
Fh Lauderdale 
Ft. Lauderdale 



Spivey, Barr) 
Springer, Larry 
Sprouse, Harriet 



DeLand 

Bradenton 

St. Petersburg 



Stacey, Elizabeth Kay 
Stanfield, Elizabeth 
Sweeny, Anne L. 



Taylor, Judith Anne 
Tharp, Dorothy 
Thomas, Jim 



Thomas, Mary K. 
Thomas, Nina Pylkas 
Thompson, Barbara 



Miami 

Atlanta, Ga. 

DeLand 



Eastman, Ga. 

Dallas, Tex. 

DeLand 



Umatilla 

DeLand 

Boca Grande 




79 



Thompson, Benjamin W. 
Thompson, John W., Jr. 
Thrower, Jamesene Anderson 



Jacksonville 

Gainesville 

New Smyrna 



Tomlinson, Carl 

Troxel.Ted 

Tubb, John Burton 



Thomasville, Ga. 

Ft. Lauderdale 

North Miami Beach 



Tunnell, Doris Sail 


hHomestead 


Tutt, Donald S. 


North Miami 


Upshaw, Mary Curtis 


Jacksonville 





Vega, Ramon Guayama, Puerto Rico 

Walker, Elizabeth Ann Miramar 



Walker, William C. 
Watson, Robert 
West, John R. 



DeLand 

hloneoye, N.Y. 

Lakeland 



Whitington, Jean 
Whitley, Barbara 
Wiggins, Wm. Webb 



Wilcox, Donald R. 
Wilkerson, Steve 
Wilkerson, Terry Jo 



Williams, Anita 
Williams, Mary 
Wilson, Mary Glenn 



Wood, Shirley 
Wright, Becky 
Wright, Robert F. 



Pulaski, Tenn. 

DeLand 

Cedartown, Ga. 



Pittsburgh, Penn. 
DeLand 
DeLand 



St. Petersburg 

Orlando 

Tampa 



Bradenton 
Meridian, Miss. 
Meridian, Miss. 



Yates, Wilma 


Ft. Lauderdale 


Yakots, Nancy Zane 


DeLand 


York, Fred M., Jr. 


St. Petersburg 





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Juniors 




Albertson, Willii 
Allgaier, Duane 



Andersen, John R. 
Armbruster, David 
Armstrong. Joyce 
Ash, Georgia 
Ashley, Margi. 



Richard Bond 



Baker, Nancy 
Barkett, Lawre 
Barnes, Marlen 
Bebout, Glenn 
Beery. Linda 
Beil, Jacquelir 



Bests, Fred IV 
Bird. Nancy 
Boblitt, Nancy 
Bollinger, Greg 
Bonial, Ja ■ ' ' 



Sandy 



Bower, Susan I. 
Boyd, Helen 
Bradford, Bruce ' 
Brendle. Ginger 
Brodbeck, Dick 
Broome. Paul 



John Fredrick 



Carlton. Winston 
Carter, Sheila 
Casey, David E. 
Caulfield, Judith 
Chambers, Rebec< 
Chappelle, Laurinc 



Chick, Arthur J., , 
Clamp, Jay 
Clark, John 
Coker, Dan 
Cole, Michael C. 
Colyer, Dick 



Concha, Karin 
Sondurells, Helen 
Corfar, Mimi 
Crosby. Wayne 
Daniels, Charlotte 
Davant, Jim 



Eustis 

Orlando 

Orlando 

Avon Park 



Jacksonville 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Hollywood 

Ft. Lauderdale 

Stuart 

St. Petersburg 



Tir 



Md. 



Anna Ma 

Hollywood 

Holly Hill 

Ft. Lauderdale 

Ft. Lauderdale 



Ft. Lauderdale 

Sarasota 

Key Biscayne 

Delray Beach 

Tallahassee 

Kansas City, Mo. 



Atlanta, Ga. 

Miami Springs 

Huntington, Ind. 

Hollywood 

Lake Wales 

Vero Beach 



Orlando 

Jacksonville 

Daytona Beach 



Sanford 

West Palm Beach 

Sanford 

Winter Haven 



Lauderdale by the Se 



Pompano Beach 

Ft. Myers 

St. Petersburg 




83 



Davis, Carole 
Davis, Cathy 
Davis, Kevin 
Day, Jim 
Day, Peggy 
DeArmas, Nestor M. 


Lashburn. Canada 

Havertown. Pa. 

Boston. Mass. 

Ormond Beach 

Lake Helen 

Miami 


Demers, David 

Densmore. Ken 

DeRosa, John A. 

De Troia. Frederick 

Deuelh. Pat 

Drady, Paula Frances 


DeLand 

Jacksonville 

Miami 

South Orange. N.J. 

Clean. N.J. 

Hollywood 


Drury, Bruce B. 
Duncan. Dale 
Ebaugh. Craig A. 
Edwards. Kathryn 
Eickwort, Greg 
Eilerman. John Robert 


Chevy Chase. Md. 

Sanford 

Winter Park 

West Palm Beach 

Ft. Lauderdale 

Hannibal. Mo. 


Evans. Jay 
Fatula. George Jr. 
Fernandez. Chico 
Ferrell. Jeannette 
Floyd. Arthur J. 
Francisco. Don R. 


Hollywood 

Croton-on-Hudson. N.Y. 

R. Lauderdale 

Jacksonville 

Miami 

DeLand 


Francisco. Marion 
Fraser. Martha 
Friedewald, Don E. 
Friel, Billie 
Galitz. Earl 
Gelbart. Marsha 


DeLand 

Delray Beach 

Miami 

Groveland 

Coral Gables 

Daytona Beach 


George. David 
Graham. James 
Grandell. Kathy 
Gregg. Judy 
Grieb. Terry 
Gryskiewicz. Stan 


Kingsport. Tenn. 

West Palm Beach 

Wilmington. Del. 

Winter Park 

Miami 

Frostproof 


Guard. Sandy 
Hable Martin 
Hall. James W. 
Haman. David B. 
Hamilton. Russell 
Hardy, Wanda Kay 


Miami 

Ft. Lauderdale 

Georgetown. Ky. 

Melbourne 

Sarasota 

Groveland 


Harrison. Gene G. 
Harrison. James B. 
Hayes. George M. 
Heath. David 
Herrmann, Rachel 
Hertner, Elizabeth 


Miami 

Silver Spring. Md. 

Adairsville, Ga. 

Augusta. Ga. 

Indianapolis. Ind. 

Ft. Lauderdale 


Hewitt, Joyce 
Hicks, John R. 
Hobbs, Steve 
Hodges, Nancy 
Horton. Sharon 
Hudson. Jack 


St. Petersburg 

Louisville. Ky. 

Charlotte. N.C. 

DeLand 

Lake Wales 

Macon. Ga. 





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84 




AiM^tM 







Mmhi^^^' ^ 




Hurst. Martha Nell 
Hussey, Jim 
Irvin, John 
Ivey, Thomas S. 
Jackson. Edwin 
Jamison, Jamie 


Miami 

Dayton, Ohio 

Miami 

Winter Park 

Jacksonville 

Winter Park 


Johnson. Jimmie 
Johnston, Thomas Edward 
Jost, Elmer 
Kalashian, Lillian M. 
Keefe, Topper 
Kelly. Karen R. 


DeLeon Springs 

St. Petersburg 

Clermont 

DeLand 

Ft. Lauderdale 

DeLand 


Kemp, Sandra 
Kinsey, Roy M. 
Klelnschmldt, Charles 
Koolstra. Nancy E. 
Kostrub. Kernle 
Kuchler, Judith Ann 


Jacksonville 

Salem. Va. 

Hollywood 

Ft. Lauderdale 

Vermillion. Ohio 

DeLand 


Kutz, Charlotte 
Landers, Barbara 
Lazzo, Carol 
Ledewitz. Jeffrey 
LipscomlD, Laurie 
Lloyd, Susan 


Orlando 

Miami 

West Palm Beach 

New Haven. Conn. 

Carol Gables 

Vero Beach 


Long, Ramona 
Lustlg, Larry 
Lynn, Linda 
Machet+e, David 
Maitland, Bonnie 
Maloy, Sheila 


Charlotte. N.C. 

Satellite Beach 

Jacksonville 

West Milford. N.J. 

Miami Shores 

Ft. Lauderdale 


Marquette, Betty 
Marsh, Patricia 
Martin, Joyce 
Martling, Terry 
Mattingly. Patricia 
Mays, Robert G. 


North Miami 
Rockledge 
Mt. Dora 

Jacksonville 

DeLand 

Lilburn. Ga. 


McCullough, John E. 
McDade, Robert 
Merriam, April 
Metzler. David L. 
Miller. Doris M. 
Miller, George 


Jacksonville 

Miami 

DeLand 

Media, Pa. 

Merritt Island 

Ft. Lauderdale 


Miilward. Bill 
Moore, Buddy 
Morehead, Dolly 
Morehead, Richard T. 
Morgan, George 
Morris, Patricia 


Ft. Lauderdale 

St. Petersburg 

Eusti. 

Eustis 

Jenkins, Ky. 

Gainesville 


Mossien. Laurie 
Motise. Natalie 
Mullins. Jon 
Nail, Wesley 
Napolltan, Jerry 
Needham. Margaret 


Rochester. N.Y. 

Hollywood 

Miami Springs 

Auburndale 

Ft. Lauderdale 

Columbus, Ohio 



85 




O'Callaghan, Pete 
O'Connell, Maureen 
Olson, Sandra Lea 



O'Neal. Cleveland 
Opaleskl, Ron 
Oslwala, Bernadette 
Pancoast, Pete 



Parker, Sharon 
Paskewitz, Bev 
Patton, Mary 
Pearson, Mary Lena 
Pedersen, Carl 
Pegram, Spyder 



Pehle, Richard C. 
Pepper. -Judith E. 



Poulos, Denise 

Pylkas, Suzy 

Ouina, Frank 

Ramsey, Dorothy M. C. 

Rawls, Andy 

Rayburn, Joanne 



Raymond, Michael W. 
Reichman, Michael 
Rhodes, Joyce 
Richardson, Sandy 
RIntz, Rick 
Robinette, Wendy 



Rock, Vicki 
Root, Rita Sue 
Rothwell, Daniel 
Rowell, Pete 
Rugg, Andy 
Rupp, John 



Samal, Donna 
Schiller, John 
Schrot;, Bill 
Seddon, Bill 
Seymour, Mary Lou 
Shively, Ike 



Small, Michael D. 

Smith, Barbara 

Smith. Michael H. 

<;mith, Sally 



Palm Beach 

Sarasota 

Vienna, Va. 

Decatur, Ga. 

St, Petersburg 

Ft. Lauderdale 



Groveland 

East Brunswick, N.J. 

Maitland 



Ft. Lauderdale 

Pinellas Park 

Mulberry 

Bushnell 

Holly Hill 

Eustis 



Raleigh. N.C. 

Columbia. S.C. 

DeLand 

Jacksonville 



Homestead 

Alberquerque N.M. 

Ft. Lauderdale 

St. Petersburg 

Hialeah 

Roseville. III. 



Ft. Lauderdale 

Eau Gallie 

New York, N.Y. 

Delray Beach 

Charleston, S.C. 

Ironton. Ohio 



Gettysburg, Pa. 

Bethletiem, Pa. 

Hollywood 

Sarasota 

Matanzas. Cuba 

Miami Beach 



86 



Spiro, Beth 
Stallings, Jim 
Stokes. Thomas 
Stone. Toni 
Straube, Paul J. 
Stroud. Barb 


Jacksonville 

Marietta, Ga. 

Lakeland 

Savannah, Ga. 

South Bend. Ind. 

Indialantic 


Styles. Linda 
Suglmoto. "Tai" 
Sumner, David 
Swayne,'Biil 
Sylvester, Herman 
Tally. Barbara 


Sarasota 

Tokyo, Japan 

Dade City 

Clewiston 

Warminster, Pa. 

Atlanta. Ga. 


Taylor, Ken 
Telmanik, Claire 
Thompson. Michael D. 
Thompson, Mike 
Thorman, Richard 
Tillinghast. Stu 


Cali, Columbia 

Tampa 

Bayville, N.Y. 

Maitland 

Warner Robins, Ga. 

St. Petersburg 


Travis. Donald 
Tubbs, Michael 
Turner, Jane 
Vardy, Ellen 
Vaughn, William E., Ill 
Verdun, Diane 


Cocoa 

Winter Park 

Franklin. Ind. 

Sarasota 

Ormond Beach 

Tampa 


Walker, Darlene 
Walker. Lena 
Wall. Ginger Lee 
Watts, Dick 
Weathers. Edward B. 
Webb, Rick 


Boca Raton 

Live Oak 

Loughman 

Baltimore, Md. 

Louisville, Ky. 

Jacksonville 


Webster, Pam 
Webber, Wanda 
Whisler, Joanne 
White, Sharon 
Williamson William A. 
Willis, Janice 


Orlando 

Jacksonville 

Clearwater 

Ft. Lauderdale 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Dawson, Ga. 


Woerner, Malinda 
Woodard. Maurice 


Louisville, Ky. 
Orlando 






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87 



Sophomores 





Aaron, WilHarr 
Abel, Sandra 
Agster, RicKar< 
Allen, Bess 
Almand, Warn 
Amiot, David 



Anderson, Judy 
Andrews, Willie ► 
Arnold. Lynwood 
Baker, Valerie 
Baldwin, Dana 
Baldwin, Sara 



Bamford, John 
Barrett, Jolyn 
Baston, Barrle S. 
Baughman, Tim 
Benson, Michael 
Bergum, Candy 



Seville, Curtis 
Blackwelder, Katie 
Blackwell. Tish 
Bowen, Carol 
Braden, Helen 
Brown. Kathy 



Brown, Royal A., I 
Brownfield, Susan 
Buchan, Russell Pa 
Bunch, Dean 
Burwell, John R. 
Bunting. Veda Jo 



Chaplin, Charle 



Clark, Deborah A. 



Claypool. Reed N. 
Cook. Marlyn 
Cooper, Deborah 
Corfar, Mimi 
Cox. Benjamin R. II 
Crawford, Jim 



Crosby. William R. 
Crowell, Robert L. 
Dale, Brian 



Ft. Pierce 
Oakhill 
Melrose 



Belle Glade 

irmingham, Ala. 

Lake Park 

St. Petersburg 

Tampa 

Alexandria. Va. 



Dawsonville, Ga, 

Baton Rouge, La. 

Orlando 



;ieveland, Ohio 

St. Petersburg 

Jacksonville 

Rumson, N.J. 

Tampa 



Winter Park 

Tampa 

Hollywood 



Tampa 

Wi I listen 

Ft. Lauderdale 

DeLand 

Coral Gables 

St. Petersburg 




Mtmih^Mm^'^ 



Winter 
Cocoa E 
Ouantico 




DeGrove, Bruce 
OeLacy, Peter 
Dempsey, Bobby 
DeVane, Dwight 
DeVeaux, Barbara Jean 
Dimmick. Stephen 


West Hollywood 

DeLand 

Hialeah 

Orlando 

Jacksonville 

South Daytona 


Dunaway, Mary Ann 
Dyer, Virginia Louise 
Dyson, James 
Edgemon, Kay 
Edwards, George 
Emerson, David 


Decatur. Ga. 

Cocoa 

Ft. Bragg, N.C, 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

St. Petersburg 

Winter Park 


Emerson, Elissa 
Ezell, Ginny 
Farnell, Sally 
Farrell, James J. 
Fear, Kip 
Fedyshyn. Susan 


DeLand 

Lake Wales 

Jacksonville 

Woodbury. Conn. 

Apopka 

Satellite Beach 


Fenters, Lynda Carolyn 
Fertig, Steven A. 
Fiduk. Fran 
Finch, Frances 
Finley, David 
Fisher, Donna 


Titusville 

New Brunswick, N.J. 

Winter Park 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Sebring 

Lutherville. Md. 


Fisher, Ellen J. 
Floyd, Bruce 
Foster. Donna 
Freeman, Helen 
Fryer, Jeffrey O. 
Furman, Dennis 


St. Petersburg 

Milford, Conn. 

Jacksonville 

DeLand 

Hialeah 

Daytona Beach 


Gailbreath, Carol 
Garrett, Lynne A. 
Gaventa. Bill 
Gingery. Lewis 
Gleason. Robert 
Goldstein. Marvin 


Miami 

Ft. Lauderdale 

Louisville. Ky. 

Tampa 

DeLand 

Hollywood 


Gould, Terry 
Griffin, Roland A. 
Groseclose, David 
Haddock, Lib 
Hall, Sandy 
Hamilton, Melba 


Ft. Myers 

Miami 

Eau Galhe 

Jacksonville 

Bradenton 

Dade City 


Harris. Marcella 
Hayden. George 
Henley. Ken 
Hester, Betsy 
Hinkle. Jo Ellen 
Hobbs. James 


Titusville 

Charleston, S.C. 

Jacksonville 

Orlando 

St. Petersburg 

Coconut Grove 


Hobbs. Tommy 
Hoblitzell. Marty 
Hogeboom. Wayne 
Holliday, Beverly 
Jankowski, Richard 
Jants, Walter C. 


Orlando 

Fairfax. Va. 

Daytona Beach 

Orlando 

Lakeland 

Huntsville. Ala. 




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90 











Kimbrougli, Art 



Winter Park 
Winchester, Tenn. 
Crawfordville 
Avondale Est., Ga. 
North Miami 
Cora! Gables 



Miami 

Jacksonville 

Denver, Colo. 

Drexel Hill, Pa. 

Leone, W. Africa 

Winter Park 



Kipping, Alan S. 
Kircher, Laura 
Kirk, Diane 


Caracas, Venezuela 

Ft. Laudsrdale 

Bradenton 


Kneen, Jeff 
Knight, Judy 
Kowalski, Jo 
Laffey, Lynda 
Laise, Mia 
Latham, Babs 


Pompano Beach 

Jacksonville 

Cocoa 

Jupiter 

Arlington, Virginia 

Pensacola 


Lavender, William W. 
Lawless, Fayette 
Layton, Gaye 
Leeds, Linda 
Lessley, June 
Lewis, Fred 


Leesburg 

Winter Haven 

Hollywood 

Lake Park 

Wauchula 

Jacksonville 


Lewis, Lana Jane 
L'Heureux, Elaine 
Lier, Judith M. 
Ligler, Penny 
Locke, Luci 
Lonnman, Gregory G. 


Panama City 
Auburn, Me. 
Wabasso 
Atlanta, Ga. 
Jacksonville 
St. Petersburg 


Lott, Lola Lorraine 
Loveland, 'Connie 
Lycan, Barbara 
MacConnell, John C. 
MacLean, Gail 
MacGregor, Carol 


St. Augustine 

Homestead 

DeLand 

Titusville 

Mineola, N.Y. 

Jacksonville 


Malcolm, Lawrence 
Malone, Peggy 
Maniscaico, Ron 
Marrs, Jozi 
Masl, Lin 
Mathews, Sonja 


Newton Square, Pa. 

Jacksonville 

Sarasota 

Lake Placid 

Ft. Lauderdale 

Miami 


Mattlngly, Tim 
McBeath, Bob 
McCabe, Bernard J, 
McClain, Cindy 
McCown, Edna 
McEvoy, J. Richard 


DeLand 

Louisville, Ky. 

Mt. Dora 

Miami 

Ocala 

Jacksonville 



91 




McKenzie, Susan E. 
McLaughlin. Sam 
McNamara. Dennis 
Meridith, Marilyn 
Meyer. Charles H. Jr. 
MIkell, Ann 


Satellite Beach 

Gainesville 

Orlando 

Sanford 

Jacksonville 

Eustis 


Mills, Jon 

Mitcheson, George 
Molloy Kathleen 
Moore, Nancy 
Morales, Gerard 
Morden. Jim 


Coral Gables 

St. Petersburg 

Orlando 

Daytona Beach 

Miami 

Orlando 


Morgan. Rodney 
Morreil Mary 
Morris, Pam 
Morrow, Dwight 
Moynahan, Stephen 
Muldoon, Mary Lou 


Tampa 

Jacksonville 

St. Petersburg 

Homestead 

Radnor, Pa. 

Lighthouse Point 


Nettles, Sherron 
Newton, Cliff 
Nugent, Neil 
Oliver, Judy 
O'Neill. George 
Orr, Betty 


Starkville, Miss. 

Jacksonville 

St. Petersburg Beach 

St. Augustine 

Decatur. Ga. 

Hollywood 


Palmer, Mamie 
Pankonin, Linda 
Patterson, Pam 
Penn, Patric 
Pergrem, Pat 
Petersen, Karen 


Sanford 

Harrisburg. Pa. 

Sanford 

Wales. England 

Severna Park. Md. 

Ft. Lauderdale 


Petty, Linda Lee 
Philpot, Elmore G. 
Pileggi, Alfred 
Pinto, Louis 
Pitts, Susan 
Planck, Lynne 


Newport News.Va. 

Miami 

Daytona Beach 

Bombay, India 

Wauchula 

Eau Gallle 


Plattner, Lois 
Pollack, Neuman F. 
Pollard, Martha Jane 
Price, Carol Jean 
Price, Rebecca J. 
Prichard. William C. 


Boca Raton 

Hollywood 

DeLand 

Eau Gallie 

New Orleans, La. 

DeLand 


Radebaugh. Kenneth 
Reed, Marvin 
Reiser, Sandra 
Rhodes. Donna 
Rickel, Judith Lynne 
Ricks. Carlynn 


Kissimmee 

Zephyrhllls 

Savannah, Ga. 

Orlando 

Ft. Lauderdale 

Miami 


Roberts, Bobbi 
Roberts, Jody 
Robuck, Dan 
Royer. James K. 
Sager, Nancy 
Sandefur. Lynn 


Ft. Lauderdale 

Orlando 

Leesburg 

Lake Placid 

New Smyrna Beach 

Gainesville 



92 



Schofield, David E. 
Schroder, Aage George 
Searles, Donna 
Shaw. Sherry Lee 
Shelby, John 
Sherfey, Donna 



Simmons, Rusty 
Singleton, Pat 
Slusher, Sandy 
Smith, Bev 



■Spragglns, Daphne S. 
Spivey, Janice 
Starkey, Dane Edwarc 
Steuart, Frank 



Stift, Glen D. 
Strait, Carole 
Strasbaugh, Gene 



Sullenberger, Carol A. 
Swart, Michael M. 
Swindall, Margaret 
Sylvester, Geneva 
Tallant, Marilynn 
Taylor, Rob 



Taylor, Linda 
Thompson, Nick 
Tinsley, Russ 
Tolley, David Ale 



Tutten 



irol 
Curtis 



Wade, Joyce 
Waldron, George 
Walker, Clyde Jr 



Walker Sharror 
Warlield, Rob. 
Waters Brenda 
Watson, Diane 
Watson, Jeanni 



We 



Weeks, Cla 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

Cape Coral 

DeLand 

Arcadia 

Pensacola 

Winter Park 



nons Island. Ga. 

Eau Gallie 

Miami 

Columbia. 5.C. 

Pompano Beach 

Ft. Pierce 



DeLand 

Atlanta, Ga. 

St. Petersburg 

DeLand 

Jacksonville 

Washington. D.C. 



Eau Gallie 

Sarasota 

Ft. Myers 

Hollywood 

TItusville 

Indialantic 



Honolulu, Hawaii 
Ft. Lauderdale 
Midwest City, Okla, 
DeLeon Springs 
Daytona Beach 
R. Lauderdale 



North Miami 

St. Petersburg 

Geneva 

Bradenton 



Weir 
Wells, Lena A. 
Wetmore, Jodie 
Wheelon, Janice 
Wiedegreen. Eri 



Ft. Myers 
Nepture City, N.J. 



DeBary 

Coral Gables 

DeLand 



DeLand 
Dayton, Ohio 




93 



Willi. 
Willi. 
Wilso 



Wong. Michael 

Woodbury, Roge 
Wooley. Millaine 
Word, Robert J. 
Yarbrough. Clauc 
Y,..,„o. Sharon 



Zitis. Charlotte 



Fayetteville, N.C 

DeLand 

Cotesville. Pa 

Atlanta, Ga 

Bradford, Pa 

DeLand 



an Nicholas, Aruba 

Netherland Antilles 

Merritt Island 




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Freshmen 




96 



Adkinson, Bob 
Ahlquist, Ernie 
Allen, D. Kelfh 
Almand, Geraldlne 



Anderson. Joyce Kathle 
Angenendt. Sue 
Appelbaum, Jeff 
Armour. William 
Asfe. Robert Jeffrey 
Bagin. Doug 



Baker. Ed 
Baiter. Sally Ann 
Baranski. Kathy 
Barber. Anna 



Barron. Dougli 
Bateh. Janan 
Beaty. Anne 
Beavo, Sue 
Bell. Judy 
Beltz. Susan 



Bennett. David 
Berner. Candy 
Bertine. Vernon 
Berwald. Sandy 
Bianchi. Robert 
Blades. Jerry 



Bozeman. Carol 
Brassey. Wayne E. 
Brayton, Debby 



Breckstedt. Sybylle 
Brett. David 
Brooke. Kathryn 
Brown. Fred R. 
Brown. Leora 
Buek. Sharon 



Bunch. Susan 
Bunton. Winfrey 
Burke. Avery 
Burnett. Andy 



Carver, Jo Rache 
Case. Iva 
Chaney. Watson 
Christian, Stan 
Church. Rocky 
Clapp. Barbara 



Orlando 

Avondale Est., Ga. 

Jacksonville 

Lee 

Miami 

Ft. Lauderdale 



DeLand 

St. Petersburg 

Atlanta. Ga. 

Gainesville 

South Miami 

Syosset. N.Y. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

Montgomery. Ala. 

Miami 

St, Petersburg 

St. Petersburg 

Great Falls, Mont. 



Beverly, Mass. 

Atlanta. Ga. 

Charlotte. N.C. 

Ft. Myers 

Englewood. Colo. 



Daytona Beach 

DeLand 

Crystal River 

Lakeland 

Goodland 

Orlando 



Lake Worth 

Jacksonville 

DeLand 

Tampa 

Panama 

Vero Beach 



Hamburg. Ger. 
St. Petersburg 
Gainesville 
St. Petersburg 
Satellite Beach 
Vero Beach 



Macon. Ga. 

Louisville. Ky. 

Louisville. Ky. 

Tampa 

Atlanta. Ga. 

Marco Island 



Tallahassee 

Salmanca. N.Y. 

Lake City 

Valdosta. Ga. 

St. James. N.Y. 

Arlington, Va. 





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97 



Clay, Barbara 
Cline, Ralph 
Conroy, Wendy 
Cooper. Richard 
Copes, Kris 
Cornelius, David 



Cornwell, Carol 
Courtney, Roger 
Craig, Patty 
Crane Donald W. 
Craven, Carolyn 
Crews, Ronald. 



Dillon. Bobbie 
Disney. Marge 
Dixon, Patricia 



Dunltak, John 
Eckert, Jane 
Edwards, James M. 
Ellerbe, Christophei 
Erickson, Ingrid 
Evans, Jim 



Farley, James M. Ill 
Feasel, Marlynn 
Fishack. Deanna 



Gamboa, Alexander 
Garment, Stan 
Gaskins, Betty 
Gasser, Jim 
Gawley. Bob 
Searhart, Elizabeth 




White Sulphur Springs, W. Va. 
DeLand 
Falls Chur< 












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Geissal, Rick 
Gilmore, John L. 
Glassen. Barry 
Glass, Lewis 
Glick, Robert C. 
Godfrey, Joy 



Goff. Steve 
Goldston. Lnda 
Gost, Jeanne 
Gram. Edwards M. 
Grandell, Kristin 
Grant, J. Mitchell 



Gray. Betsy 
Gray, Michael 
Green. George 
Gregg, Mary Jo 
Guthrie, Benny 
Hallas, Jakki 



nbleh, Allun R. 
ris. Skip 



Daytona Beach 

ilmington, Del. 

Mulberry 



DeLand 

Miami 

St. Petersburg 

Maitland 

Brandon 

St. Petersburg 



Winter Park 

Largo 

Brandon 

Panama City 



Hearn, Robert Deni 
Heller, Rudolf 
Henion, Mary 
Hetzler. Susan 
Hicks. Hal 
Hightower, Danny 



Hilton, David 
Hitt. F. Richard 
Hoch, Judy 
Hodge, Gradie 
Holland, Donna 
Howard. Richard 



Altamonte Springs 

Call, Colombia 

Wappingers Falls. N.Y. 



Huckaby, Elizabeth 
Hughes, Martha Elizabeth 



Jacksonville 

St. Augustine 

Orlando 

Lake Worth 

Lexington, Ky. 

Decatur. Ga. 



Jones, Susan F. 



^^iami Springs 
DeLand 
Hialeah 
Sanford 

Cerning, N.Y. 

Merritt Island 



Venice 

Mobile. Ala. 

Clewiston 

Mobile, Ala. 

Orlando 

Coral Gables 



99 




Kaminis, Kim 

Kelley, Glen 

Kesmodel, Karyl Ann 

Ketcham, Walter 

Kleinburg, Steve Gr 

Knollenberg, James 


Mexico City. Mexico 

Aburndale 

Birmingham. Ala. 

Nashville, Tenn. 

at Neck Estates, N.Y. 

Ripon, Wis. 


LaFreniere, Vicki 
Lamsback, Charles 
Lang, Lana Lois 
Lawrence, Sharon 
Letson, Bob 
Lewis, Dee 


Lecanto 

Jacksonville Beach 

Needham. Mass. 

Avon Park 

Louisville, Ky. 

Camp Leieune, N.C. 


Lewis, Jean 
Lewis, Marva 
Lovelarid, Johnson 
Lynn, Diane 
Mahaffey, Dick 
Mahan, Delta 


Cocoa 

Cocoa 

hiomestead 

Boca Raton 

Toms River. N.J. 

Clearwater 


Maguire. Craig 
Marrs. John 
Martin. Barbara 
Martin, Pamela K. 
Martin, Philip 
Martin, Richard 


Green Cove Springs 

Lake Placid 

Hialeah 

Miami 

Bethesda, Md. 

Boca Raton 


Martin, Sandy 

Matthews, Bill 

Mathews, Marty 

Mathues, Stephen Sharpless 

McBroom. Steve 

McCardle, Kathy 


Decatur, Ga. 

Oakland, Cal. 

Jacksonville 

Sarasota 

Watseka, III. 

Dallas. Tex. 


McCormick, Dale 
McCoy, Lyn 
McCullough. Janet 
McDeavitt, Joyce 
McMurray, Chris A. 
McTureous. Ann 


Charlotte. N.C. 

Greensboro, N.C. 

Jacksonville 

Miami 

Clearwater 

Umatilla 


Mehaffie, Dan A. 
Meikel, Nancy 
Mellor, Catherine 
Meyer, Craig A. 
Middleton, Cathy 
Minor, Thomas 


Canton. Ohio 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Ft. Meyers 

Bartow 

Coral Gables 

Eau Gallie 


Mock, Elizabeth 
Modlln, Bill 
Montgomery, Robert 
Moody, Nancy 
Moore. Marilyn 
Morgan, Joanne 


Jacksonville 

Brandon 

Ft. Meade 

Nahunta. Ga. 

Gainesville 

DeLand 


Morris, Susie 
Musial, Dan 
Nation, Jack R. 
Nelson. Sylvia 
Nickerson. Carol 
Norman. Nancy E. 


DeLand 
Miami 
DeLand 
Miami 
Miami Springs 
Hyattsville, Md. 



100 



Page, Heather 
Pasnicky. Wanda 
Perny, Elliot A. 



Perry, Samuel L. Jr 
Perry, William Harr 
Phay. Carolyne 
Pllicy, Joe 
Pinholster. John 
Pitt, Linda 



Pomerich, Phylli; 
Pope, Jane Ellen 



Quina, Mary Kathryn 
Quinn. David 
Raichel, Rachel 
Ray, Rebecca 
Rea, Peggy 
Redeker, Debbie 



Reese. Janice C. 
Reichert, Allan 
Reid, David 
Renneli, Bob 
Richardson, Frank 
RIgg. Howard 



Roardfc. Jane 
Robinette, Linda 
Rochford, Jack 
Romanello, Don 
Rotundo, Dana 
Rounds, Cathy 



RUS! 



David 



Sager, Teedee 
Santiago, Carol Rose 
Satava, Martin Richard 
Sayles, Wendy 
Scofield, Benjamin 



Scurfield, April 
Seawell, Leonard 
Shafranski, Valerie 
Shoemaker, Steve 
Shoemaker. Susan 
Shurley, Ange 



Simon, Dorothy Paulii 
Simonds. Randy 
Smith. Chuck 
Smith, Kim 



Security, Colo. 



Ft. Myers 
Pompano Beach 



Boston. Mass. 



Orlando 

Powder Springs. Ga. 

West Palm Beach 

Jacksonville 

Bradenton 

Sylvania. Ga. 



Mulberry 

Bonita Springs 

Winter Park 

Orlando 

Asheville. N.C. 

Largo 



Jacksonville 

St. Augustine 

Winter Park 

Homestead 

Tampa 

Plantation 



Hollywood 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Ft. Pierce 

Sanford 

Norwell. Mass. 



Jackson' 

Smyrna B( 

Hollyw 



Charleston, S.C. 
Montgomery, Ala. 



Bradenton 
St. Petersburg 




PI 



l: ^ 



Sfam, Randr, 
Staton. Suzar 
Stegall. Dek 



Strickland. Na 



Strout, John 
Stuitz, Paf 
Stutts, Steve 



Tebeau, Teede 
Tennanf, Paul 
Terrell, Cheryl 
Tharln. Robert 
Thomas. Candy 
Thurston. Smiley 



Tisdale, Barbara 
Tomyn. Seton 
Townsend, John 
Troll, Carolyn 
Tubbs, Thomas 
Turner, Autley D.. 



r, John 
Larry 
r, Mike 



Walker, Bonnie 
Walker, Christine 
Walker. George 
Walker, Richard 
Walling. Oliver 
Walter. Tonl 



Warrick, Loreen M. 
West. Nancy Elizabeth 
Whipple, Walter Richi 
White. Rita L. 
Whitesall, Donna 
Wilkinson, Lynn 



Willbanks. Carol Jane 
Williams. Kathy Sue 
Williams. Marion 
Willis. Rupert Lee 
Wilson. Suiyn 
Wilson. Suzan 



Winchester, Ky. 

Naples 

Centerville, Ohio 

Washington, D.C. 

Charlotte, S.C. 

Delray Beach 



Hialeah 

Pompano Beach 

Jacksonville 



Lake Charles, La. 

Hialeah 

Lakeland 

Culpepper. Va. 

Ft. Pierce 

Lake Worth 



Sylvania, Ga 

DeLand 

Jacksonville 

Dunedin 

Jacksonville 

Miami 



Daytona Beach 

Ocala 

Jacksonville 

Pompano Beach 

DeLand 

Jacksonville 



Madison, Conn. 

Pawleys is.. S.C. 

Tampa 

Arden. N.C. 

Juno 

Richmond, Va. 



Miramar 

Ormond Beach 

Miami Springs 

Jacksonville 

Toms River, N.J. 

Bradford, Pa. 



Marshfield, Wise. 

Miami 

Hollywood 

Lexington, Ky. 

Pennsvllle, N.J. 

Vero Beach 



Ocala 

Palm Bay 

Suffolk, Va. 

Tampa 

Ft. Lauderdale 

Atlanta, Ga. 





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Winchester DIan, 
Woodward. Jessif 
Woullard, John 
v/ozneski, Steve 
Wright, Barbara 
Wright, Christine 



gini, 



Wright, Ho 
Wykoff. Vi, 
Yancey, Sue 
Younger, Jay 
Younger, Jim 
Zeanah, Kare 



Jacksonville 

Crystal River 

DeLand 

Coral Gables 

Bartow 

Orlando 



West Palm Beach 

Palaika 

Umatilla 

Bayamon, Puerto Rico 

San Juan, Puerto Rico 

Tuscaloosa, Ala. 




103 




College of Law 




104 




105 






106 






107 



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Caton, Don J. 
Gelman, Stanley B. 



Pensacola 
Jacksonville 




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Hamilton, Robert Lowery 
James, Craig T. 



Johnston, James Lovington 
Gates, Charles hlarmon 



Smith, J .Ron 
Trakas, Andrew Peter 



Tyner, Ed 

Wilson, Craig Rowe 



Orlando 
DeLand 



Ft. Myers 
Daytona Beach 



Wauchula 
Winter hiaven 



DeLand 
West Palm Beach 




109 




Alcorns, Carl A. 
Alford, Robert B. 
Barnes, Robert M. 



Cliaplin, Jim 
Coulter, Wayne 
Ezell, Boyce Fowler 



Largo 

Orlando 

Jacksonville 



Miami 

Dade City 

Coral Gables 



Juniors 




Huff, Kathleen 
Mitchell, Joe 
Mulock, Ed 



Nelson, William John 
Picras, Anthony Louie 
Rachels, Warren Adrian 



Sanders, Ed 
Smith, Fred 
Smith, J. Lawrence 



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Miami 

Lakeland 

Bradenton 



Chester, Penn. 
Jacksonville 
Jacksonville 



DeLand 

St. Petersburg 

Delray Beach 



Alter, Ronald A. 


Mianni Beach 


Brandon, Jack 


Naples 


Busey, Steve 


Jacksonville 


Carres, Louis G. 


West Palm Beach 




Doremus, Theodore A., Jr. Red Bank, N.J. 

Freeman, Thomas B. St. Petersburc 

Gooding, Mack D. Jacksonvl' e 

hiampp, Kurt Preston Bethesda, Md. 







Freshmen 




hlastlngs, Michael 
King, Michael W. 



Letize, Ronald 
Mlngledorff, W. Lee 



Snyder, Howard 
Trovillo, Phillip R. 



Turner, James hH. 
; Whatley, Jacqueline 



Leesburg 
St. Petersburg 



Hallendale 
Savannah, Ga. 



Ft. Pierce 
St. Petersburg 



St. Petersburg 
Tampa 



III 



The Stetson University College of Law was the 
atmosphere of old Spain entwined with the vines 
of Old Florida. It was preparing a brief for the 
Freshman Moot Court or meeting at the swimming 
pool for the Inns of Court party. The Law School 
was coffee breaks at Miss Bean's, a four-hour exam, 
a student number, an unpaid debt from the Florida- 
Florida State game. It was a Gilbert, a Chet Smith, 
a Can, an "I Pass." You hoped you would be among 
the one-third of your class who would graduate. 
The Stetson Law School was three years of some of 
the most difficult work you had ever done, and your 
finale was the Bar Examination you would face 
upon graduation. 





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In Memorlam 



Judy Starling 



Mr. Walter Knapp 



Stuart Wyman 



Bryan Polk 



Charles Irwing 




116 



FINE ARTS 




Art 







I 19 



Sometimes it was merely the process of beginning. 
It was as simple as trusting your hand to create 
what your mind had thought and your eyes had 
seen. Your hand would compose a miraculous new 
world -from the palpable world of charcoals, canvases, 
pastels, pallette knives, and turpentine. And when 
your creation was complete, you never regretted 
the scraping off or redoing which usually had pro- 
longed that final moment. As you stepped back 
to look, you^saw some familiar aspect you had come 
to recognize as your style. It encompassed the labor 
of your hands, the inspiration of your heart, the 
reflection of your mind, and you smiled to think 
that in some Infinitesimal way you had captured 
one instant of time. 





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Drama 

Perhaps it was an instinct or an irrepressible inn- 
puise which always compelled you to explore the 
vibrant, enthralling sphere which you knew as the 
Theatre. For you found yourself returning again and 
again to participate in and explore its diverse phases. 
You welcomed the sound of a piece of scenery being 
shifted between acts or the breathless hush from 
backstage one second before the. opening lines 
pierced the silence. You appreciated the musty 
smell of costumes, the feel of greasepaint, and the 
pounding heartbeat which seemed to chant "The 
Play's the Thing." It would begin on a poorly lit 
stage with an underlined script in one hand and a 
cigarette in the other, and the end would come 
only after you had heard the glorious applause, 
basked in the warm rays of floodlights, and watched 
the curtain glide sadly over the wooden floor and 
close for the final time. 





Dr. Faustus 



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123 




Love Rides 
The Rails 



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126 





127 




128 





129 



Ferrante & Teicher 

Student Government Sponsored 





130 




Vincent Price 



Artist & Lecturers Series 




Music 



A sheet of music, a choir robe, a favor- 
ite composer, a concerto, a flute, a so- 
prano . . . this was your world, a world 
filled with music. Whether performing in 
concert, listening to a Bach suite, or simply 
humming the jingle that had been with you 
all day, your life was imitative of that part 
of nature which was first endowed with the 
gift of music. You took the song a robin 
dedicates on the first morning of spring 
and the music made by the threatening 
wind as it thrashes through the trees an 
hour before the storm; you captured and 
elaborated both. With your cellos, harpsi- 
chords, altos, pianos, and one baton, you 
took one of the secrets of nature, sang it 
and played it for the world to hear . . . 



University Orchestra 




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Concert Choir 



133 



The Messiah 



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134 





New York Tour 




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136 






137 




138 



ATHLETICS 




139 




Soccer 




Jay Allen 

A 5'8", 140-pound sophomore from Lakeland, playing left Inside 
. . . Player of the week . . . High scorer with eleven goals . . . 
Duane Allgaier 

A 6'3", 170-pound junior from Maitland, playing center full- 
back . . . 
Vining BIgelow 

A 5'8", 150-pound senior from Branford, Connecticut, playing 
center halfback . . . Co-captain . . . Elected to the All-Conference 
Soccer Team in 1964, 1965 . . . 
John Heald 

A 6'3", 195-pound junior from Marshfield, Massachusetts, playing 
left fullback . . . Co-captain . . . Elected to the All-Conference Soc- 
cer Team in 1965 . . . 
Don Jacobson 

A 5' 10", I 55-pound sophomore from West Hartford, Connecticut, 
playing right inside . . . Player of the week . . . Second high scorer 
with nine goals . . . 
John LeLand 

A 5' 10", 165-pound junior from Eustis, playing left halfback . . . 
Player of the week . . . 



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143 




The Cheerleaders 



Ruff, Tuff and you're Stuff . . . 
Tfiree cheers for Panhellenic . . . Well, 
according to our constitution . . . 
M-m-m-m Mississippi . . . I'll blow, you 
tie the knots . . . On! Wisconsin! . . . 
"B" to the audience . . . Alright, lot 
of pep, lot of spirit — this is a game 
situation! . . . Just march around the 
Stetson room — go SUSGA! . . . Just 
cheering in the rain . . . Why don't 
we take off our shoes? . . . And, above 
all else CHEERLEADING COMES 
FIRST!! 




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Grady Cowell 
Department Head 




Wes Berner 
Golf & Soccer 



Glen Wilkes 
Basketball 




Bob Weicke 
Baseball 



Coaches 



SClub 



Ray Hussey 
Tennis 





145 




I 



Basketball 



Derrell Boone 

A 6' 5'/2". 1*^5 pound freshman from Jack- 
sonville, playing forward . . . Scored 30 points 
against Citadel . . . Averaged 7.7 points and 
4.3 rebounds . . . 

Steve "Buch" Buchanan 

A 6' 2", 195 pound senior from Savannah, 
Georgia, playing guard and forward . . . Fondly 
known as Stetson's Hatchet Man or Defensive 
Star . . . Averaged 5.1 points and 2.3 re- 
bounds . . . Elected to All Florida Intercollegiate 
Conference Basketball Team in 1966 . . . 





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Bob "Jenks" Jenkins 

A 6' I", 185 pound junior from LaGrange, 
Kentucky; playing forward, guard, and center 
. . . Co-captain . . . Averaged 18.3 points and 
4.4 rebounds . . . Most Valuable Player, Florida 
Intercollegiate Conference, 1966 ... All Tour- 
nament Team, Hatter Invitational Tournament, 
1966 .. . 

Walt "Kil" Kilcullen 

A 6' 3", 160 pound junior from Kearney, New 
Jersey, playing guard . . . Co-captain . . . 
Averaged 16.6 points and 4.1 rebounds . . . 
All Tournament Team, Hatter Invitational Tour- 
nament, 1966, 1967 .. . All Florida Intercol- 
legiate Conference, 1966 . . . 

Chris Ralston 
A 6' 7", 208 pound sophomore from Colum- 
bus, Ohio, playing center . . . Averaged 9.5 
points and 7.3 rebounds . . . 
Mike Vacher 
A 5' I I", 165 pound freshman from Tampa, 
playing guard . . . Averaged 10.1 points and 2.9 
rebounds . . . Most Valuable Player, Hatter 
Invitational Tournament, 1967 . . . All-Star, Hat- 
ter Invitational Tournament, 1967 . . . 
Ron "Webb" Webster 
A 5' I I", 180 pound junior from Crestwood, 
Kentucky, playing guard . . . Averaged 2.8 
points and .6 rebounds . . . 

Roger "Ram-Jett" Woodbury 
A 6' 5", 190 pound sophomore from Cocoa, 
playing forward . . . Averaged 6.7 points and 
7.8 rebounds . . . Best Effort Basketball Award, 
1966 .. . 




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Baseball 



Rick Brannan 
A 6' 3", 185 pound senior from Vera Beach, jack- 
of-all-trades, playing center field this year . . . Led 
team in runs-batted-in . . . 
Billie Friei 
A 5' M", 215 pound junior from Groveland, play- 
ing catcher . . . 

Craig Gruber 
A 6' 4", 245 pound senior from Lake Park, playing 
pitcher . . . Led team in wins . . . Lowest Earned 
Run Average ... All Florida Intercollegiate Con- 
ference, 1966 . . . 

Frank Guimarra 
A 6', 200 pound junior from DeLand, playing 
pitcher . . . Most Valuable Player, 1966 . . . 









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Jim Johnson 
A 6', 200 pound junior from DeLeon Springs, playing 
catcher . . . 

John McCullough 
A 5' I0'\ 210 pound junior from Jacksonville, playing 
third base . . 

Dane Starkey 
A 5' 10", 185 pound sophomore from Jacksonville, play- 
ing third base, left field . . . 

Jim Thomas 
A 6', 170 pound senior from Ft. Pierce, playing first base 
. . . Led team in hitting in 1965 . . . 
Rick Webb 
A 6', 168 pound junior from Jacksonville, playing second 
base . . . 






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156 




Golf 




157 




Sigma Nu 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

Pi Kappa Phi 

Independents 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 

Delta Sigma Phi 



Intramurals 



Football 





158 







159 



Cross Country 



P; Kappa Phi 


6 


Sigma Phi Epsilon 


21 


Siqma Nu 


27 


Lambda Chi Alpha 


45 


Delta Sigma Phi 


63 


Pi Kappa Alpha 


72 


Independents 


82 





Horseshoes 




Lambda Chi Alpha 

Independents 

Pi Kappa Phi 

Sigma Nu 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Delta Sigma Phi 



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Paddleball 

Tennis 

Bowling 




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Basketball 




162 





Pi Kappa Phi 


ll-l 1 


Sigma Nu 


10 


7 


Lambda Chi Alpha 


9 


3 


Independents 


5 


/ 


Pi Kappa Alpha 


3 


9 


Delta Sigma Phi 


2 


m 


Sigma Phi Epsilon 


2-10 




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Women's Intramurals 






164 





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GREEKS 




169 




Becky Phillips 

President 



Merilvn Albritton 



Joyce Armstrong 



Judy CauHleld 

Sail Cohrs 

Cindy Dekle 



Kathy Edwards 
Diane Eubanb 
Susan Hetzler 




Jacki Manninq 



Paf Marsh 

Mary Morrell 
Marq Needham 




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Arlene Rybolt Renche 
Jodv Roberts 
Carol Shearer 



Barbara Shelter 
Susan Shoemaker 
Kim Smith 



Ophie Solano 
Liz Stanfield 
Linda Styles 



Barbara Thompsi 
Jane Turner 
Lenna Walker 



Sharon White 
Diane Winchester 
Karen Zeanah 




Ad lib it, Phillips, it's only pledging . . . Mark 
Eden social tip of the week . . . BD=BB . . . Our 
pledges go to Mac's for pizza . . . someone say 
something nice about her . . . No, White, she was 
the one with the blue dress on . . . 100 cans of food 
on the floor . . . Spacy . . . Who'd you think I was, 
Batman? ... A twenty dollar phone bill? . . . 
Let's sing "Smile Awhile" ... Big Lyres, not liars! 
. . . Oh, hioney . . . Pink pajamas . . . Mrs. Mauger 
just loved initiation this year . . . The "Terrible 
Threader" was here ... I just wanted to warn y'all 
I have the apartment Saturday night . . . We only 
lost by 3 points this time! ... I'm waiting for you all 
to be quiet! . . . Fifteen dollars worth of napkins 
and one broken cupola . . . Well, Nellye said . . . 
Charades . . . May you always be as happy as we 
are In Alpha Chi . . . 



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Alpha Chi Omega 







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Linda Guenther 
President 




Jane Bverts 

Unda Cllne 

Nancy Combs 

Wendy Conroy 

Mim; Corfaf 

Sharon Estes 

Marlvnn Feasel 



Carol Gallbreath 

Betty GasHns 

Liz Gearhart 

Kathy Grandell 

Tina Grandell 

Linda Guenther 

Jakki Hallas 



Betty Jones 

Babs Latham 

Dee Lewis 

Linda Lynn 

Delta Mahan 

Margaret McCready 

Janet McCullough 










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Nice . . . You cheeky little devil . . . 
Nobody likes a martyr, Cline . . . Ob- 
viously!!! . . . Keep your cools! . . . Would 
you believe "We Thought The Parade Was 
Tomorrow"? . . . Gross me out!!! . . . Partici- 
pation anyone? . . . Any volunteers for 
painting the Snake? . . . "Poor Lil" . . . 
It's gotta be Pledge Mahan . . . We could 
do without a ceiling but can you do without 
a floor? . . . Strange . . . Everybody's dating 
which fraternity? . . . Happiness is having 
a "Fuzzy Brother"!!! 







Annica Millsaps 
Dollv Morehead 



BobbI Roberts 
Wendy Robinette 









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Alpha Xi Delta 







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Ton! Carameros 
Connie Carefoot 



Connie Chcatha'' 

Barbara CUpp 

Bobbv Cllne 

PatW Craig 

Carolyn Craven 

Charlotte Daniels 



Bev Darnell 

Becky Davis 

Sally FarneH 

Marion Francisco 

Marcia Hamilton 

Mary Henion 




178 



Typical ... No problem . . . What's a 
girl to do? . . . It's foul!!! . . . Sugar Daddies 
. . . Delta dump trucks . . . Pansy secrets 
. . . Please don't eat the daisies, Lynn!!! . . . 
Crazyneck . . .It'll be good for her . . . 
When you walk through a storm . . . Boom- 
de-a-da . . . Get your ho-ho's . . . Delta 
love. 





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Lynn Schafer 
Sarah Walden 
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Joanne Whisler 
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Jo Lyn Barrett 



Sandy Bowen 

Sue Bunch 

Deborah Clark 

Janet Crosslev 

Joan Damon 
Mary Dunaway 



Frances Finch 







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Thunder, Thundera+ion . . . 200% 
participation . . . Who blew out my 
candle? . . . Picture a girl . . . Circle 
of Unity . . . Three stars will shine for 
you . . . Aw come on, not the pledges 
calling me that too . . . Super Pledge 
. . . The Phi Mu frat house ... I wanta 
move that . . . Beat the tar out of 'em 
. . . M-l-C-K-E-Y M-O-U-S-E . . . Vic- 
tory — a taste of honey . . . Meet Miss 
hHatter . . . Surprise Social-candle light- 
ing . . . Anybody else bring a lavalier 
tonight? . . . SAE legacies, shall we 
colonize? . . . Let's call her wonder bod 
#2 . . . Watch out for that low hanging 
branch! . . . Better tell them we'll file 
in last in the parade . . . hlow about a 
pink couch to match the orange carpet 
. . . Southern accent. 







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Bonnie Lee Knights 



Marv Lou Muldoon 
Sharon Parker 
Phyllis Pomerich 
Gwen Pozdena 
Saqe Reddlnq 
Valerie Shafranski 



Pamela Snyder 
Joan Spencer 
Nancy Strickland 
Pam Webster 
Jo Die Wetmore 
Joanne Whisler 



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Sally Baker 
Anne Beaty 










Judy Knight 
President 




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Sandy Berwald 



Jane Eckert 

Inqrld Erickson 

Ginny Ezell 



Jeannette Ferrell 
Jeanne Gost 
Judy Greqa 



Diane Gussman 

Marty Hoblltzell 

Lindv Jackson 



Kris Kane 

Judy Kniqht 

Linda LipDoldt 






Gail Maclean 
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Helen Morgan 
Judith Moore 




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KItfv Morr 
Susie Morr 
Karen Pete 



Vicki Rock 
Nan Smitti 



Suzanne Smitti 
Janice Spivey 
Claire Telmanlk 



Dorothy Tharp 
Carol Torres 
Loura Vance 



Diane Verdun 
Marsha Vernon 
Sharon Walker 



Julie Wilson 
Mlllaine Woole 




Remember ... Pi Phi's don't . . . 
It's true, t-t's true, the dragon's finally 
dead! . . . Fades into the wall . . . 
"Twenty"! . . . You'll never guess what 
my little sister did! . . . Railroad . . . 
That's 2 no, no's . . . Study hall . . . But 
she's deep! . . . Don't stomp . . . E E E 
... We are Pi Phi's all!! ... Be dis- 
creet!!! 



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Marv Grace Birrell 

Randi Bishop 



Jill Carlson 
Rocky Church 
Susie Connor 



Pat Deueli 
Bobble Dillon 
Marge Disney 



Ellssa Emerson 

Susie Fedyshyn 

Jane Furlonq 



Sandy Guard 
Kay Harmelinq 
Nancy Hodqes 




190 




Linda Leeds 
Ramona Long 
Bobble March 



Crls McMurrav 
Cathy Mlddleton 
Mo O'Connell 



Rachel Pike 
Martha Pollard 
Sandy Richardso 



Cathy Rounds 
Lynn Sandefur 
Mary Lou Seyrr 




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Big Nurdy Pledge ... My hair is red, when 
it's clean . . . over the shoulder??? . . . She's 
hlomecoming hHostess, too!? ... I smell crabs, 
Disney . . . Where did you get those, what 
machine? . . . Pretty apartment with an original 
Messersmith . . . Deuell bought a refrigerator 
. . . who's wearing a T-shirt in the library? . . . 
J. B. has a new job ... I'm going Continental 
today, toodle ... But Pat, Fayette has an 
X-KE . . . hlave you seen Mo's mu-mu? . . . 
Spic Sweetheart . . . Where's Pierson? . . . 
Whatever it is, Rounds can play . . . How's your 
cast, pledge? ... I'm not one to talk, but . . . 
A vote for Don is a vote for yourself . . . What 
we need is more Zeta's in the theatre . . . Yeah, 
but she's president of the dorm ... So what if 
she wears a hippopotamus? . . . V-l-C-T-O-R-l-A 
. . . Richardson is getting up! . . . I'll bring 
Lewis . . . But did you like Tahiti, Martha? . . . 
I didn't say Mary Bell Grunch, I said Mary 
Grace! . . . U.I., B. P., R.B., P.L, G.A., D.J., J.J., 
C.Y.B., N.K., P.P. Ill, K.D., E.E.E., ZTA . . . 



191 



Zeta Tau Alpha 




192 





193 





Mike Repass 
President 



Harry Camacho 



Winston Carlton 



Andy Coutant 
John DeRosa 
Georqe Fatula 
Steve Fertiq 
Harold Fraser 
Rich Galavotti 



Ron Maniscako 

Bernard McCabe 

Dennis Mastery 




194 



"My loyalty is to the I.F.C.," Okay Smartt! 
. . . Hey, Sharpie — get engaged yet? . . . 
F.T.S. 47 — D.W.I. . . . Stassen rides again 
. . . P.B.R. . . It's hiappy Harmontime — 
Let's get some Genee . . . Manny and his 
chickaritas — teehee, teehee . . . Hey Bruce, 
where's your little toe? . . . Pass the 
Righteous!.. . . Ward, let's make a deal!! 
. . . The Big F . . . Michael Mexican . . . 
Social Pro — B.F.D. . . . Fendt and Brockton — 
The "Golden" Trolley . . . Hud and Knoon 
— The Room 8 All-Stars . . . Dora Duck gets 
M.V.P. . . . Nice guy Jordo — we're just go- 
ing to the laundry! . . . and in centerfield 
number 7 — The Rose ... 7 P.M. Wed.^ — 
Cages Open! . . . Slow Roy — Wimp Out 
. . . French Fry, where's our house? . . . 
S.S.D.S. ... We really care!! . . . Wacket! 
. ..Y.I.T.B.O.S. 





Gene NaDoll 
Bill Napol; 



Mike Repass 
J -1 Smartt 
Fronfc Steuart 



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Oliver Wallina 
Dick Watts 



195 



Delta Sigma Phi 




Joyce Rhodes 
Sweetheart 






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Albertson 

Ernie Ahlaulst 

Bill Armour 

John Bamford 

Tom Blash 

John Bohmfalk 



Roy Brown 
Cabby Cabral 
Frank Carter 
Keith Casto 
Jim Crawford 
John Ounkalc 
Jim Edwards 



Kip Fea- 

Chico Fernandez 

Jim Hall 

Russ Hamilton 

Ed Harrison 

Jim Hobbs 

Steye Hobbs 




198 




The 69th what? . . . Yuckety-yuckety-yo, 
Bah-ha! . . . Movies tonight in Hall's room 
. . . Were we grossed out at Mano's? 
Strange . . . Snnile, Schofield . . . Crutches? 
. . . hHuh! A fad . . . The Traffic Department 
has struck again! . . . You mean a "tenta- 
tive" party . . . Carter's Marauders! . . . 
Lauderdale party . . . The "Phantom" took 
your what? . . . Sorry, I lost my head . . . 
What fight, McKenny? . . . Another helmet? 
Well good! . . . You got lavaliered this 
weekend, too? . . . For that poster you get 
"strict pro," Dirty . . . Danser's Initials . . . 
hHorseshoes, ha! ... Be discreet . . . Splish, 
Splash, Napolitan was taking a bath . . . 




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j:m Hussev 
Greq Johnston 
Seorqe Mitcheso 
Dick Morehead 
Jerrv Naoolltan 
Rick Rmtz 




Bill Swavne 
Jav Sylvester 
Nick Thompson 
Don Tutt 
Rob Warfield 
Gary Wltchen 



199 



Lambda Chi Alpha 






Mary Helen Markley 
Crescent Girl 




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Lane Burnett 



George Carefoot 
Randall Cunningham 



John Ellerman 
Don Francisco 



Don Frfedewald 
Woody Gingery 




Michael Hood 
Edwin Jackson 



Richard Kahn 
Bob Letson 



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John MacConnell 
Steve McBroom 



Richard Morton 
Steve Moynahai 



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Pete Pancoast 



Roger Pierson 
Jim Sutherland 



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John Thompson 
Bill Vaughn 



Verticals . . . He's probably out with Yerg 
. . . E. P. . . . Five foot two — eyes of blue — 
Beaver, Beaver, woo, woo, woo . . . Can I nave 
a Dr. Pepper, Morti? . . . Brown Bonnber . . . 
Anteater . . . B. Y. E. O. . . . It don't turn me on 
at all . . . Opossum . . . Stretched lizard . . . 
What's new in the "Third"? . . . Wally, the 
weekend warrior . . . You just can't fool the 
old "Gru" . . . Wednesday night club ... If 
they had a meeting, we were fined . . . Library 
slot for a study break . . . Duals . . . Pike pledge 
house and tear gas . . . Burgundy . . . Wooley, 
the weekend widow . . . Exhale . . . He's a man 
of the cloth . . . Mule . . . P.O.D. . . . Semi's . . . 
H.S.C. . . . Sleek and racy . . . N.P. 




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Pete O'Callaqhan 
Archon 




Hal Cauvel 

Stan Christian 

Ralph Cline 

Scott Cooper 

Wayne Crosby 

Jack Dawson 

Nestor deArmas 




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John Haire 

Gene Harrison 

George Hayden 

George Hayes 

Danny Hightower 

Don Jackson 

Doug Jones 



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Chi Chapter selected as National Champion Chapter of PI Kappa Phi— No. I in the nation . . . 
Iron Duke . . . Harrison quarterback football . . . Good thing we don't play jacks! . . . Celia Roberts 
... You take the high dune and I'll take the low dune ... No set Cline . . . Hey, what's the girl do? 
Redberry . . . Boy, is he spacey! . . . Fabulous Fred . . . Whaddya expect for 35 bucks-. . . . 
Golden-Spike . . . Green Hornet . . . E-Z fellows, this isn't good . . . Hubbs and Webb . . . Pick 
up those coke bottles . . . Wait till basketball . . . R-R-R-Rowell . . . BEOC ... The Coop . . . 




Ed Jones 
Elmer Jost 
David Machette 
Dick Mahaffey 
Bob McBeath 
Buddy Moore 



David Morgan 

Bill Morris 

Pete O'Callaghar 

Bill Perry 

Ken Radebaugh 

David Reid 



Pete Rowell 
Kit Royer 
Martin Satav. 
Steve Siioem< 
Steve Stutts 



Jolin Swann 
Ben Thompson 
Mike Thompson 
Steve Wilkerson 
Ted Wolfarth 
Roger Woodbury 



207 



Pi Kappa Phi 




Ton! Carameros 
Rose Queen 




208 





209 



Ronnie Moore 
Commander 





Charles 0:ilman 

Craig Gruber 

Skip Harris 

Ken Henlev 

Dick Holilield 

Jack Hudson 



John Irvln 
Ken Jones 
Topper Keefe 
Roy Kinsey 
Phil Martin 
Terry Martling 




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Ah-h-h-h, do it; . . . Kilcullen, you're 
a fine fellow . . . Hello, is this Fowler 
speaking? No, this is Leon . . . Are you 
kidding, $250 for Mary Carter paint? 
. . . "Penny Penicillin," who's she? . . . 
hienley, where's your pledge pin? . . . 
T-r-r-rue! . . .I'm not for him or against 
him; all I want to say is . . . Now, y'ali 
don't understand the seriousness of 
this . . . But Jack, we must walk some- 
where . . . Ron, 1 want to talk to you; 
while you were in Miami this weekend, 
these boys . . . Man, I've got a prob- 
lem . . . Alright, which of you dumb 
pledges threw those weights through 
the door? 




Ronnie Moore 
Cliff Newton 
Bobby Reese 
Howard Rigq 
Marshall Roberts 
Paul Sneider 



Hank Spelcher 
Dane Starkey 
Jim Thomas 
Ted Troxel 
Robert Watson 
Rick Webb 



Sigma Nu 



Kathy Grardell 
Sweetheart 




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Fred Beste 
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John Burwell 
Jay Clamp 




Fred Beste 

President 



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William Hathaway 
Marcos Lorenzo 
Dan Mehaffie 



Craiq Meyer 
Ron Opaleskit 
Elliott Perny 



Jan Roberts 
Aaqe Schrode 
Bill Schroff 



Gaping, screaming, flying, leaping . . . 
Air runs . . . Musical lavaliers . . . You gotta 
want it . . . Tiny Tom, the money man . . . 
H. A., pledges . . . Casino Party . . . Beste 
and Shee are WHERE? ... The Pollock, 
Chuckles, hlud, Tricky Ricky, Big John, Ace, 
Augie Doggy, and least, but not last, 
Crudsy . . . How many pin-ups on one wall? 
... To the beach! . . . Talked me into it . . . 
German Shepherds and Cocker Spaniels 
. . . Promise I will . . . Big Red one time! . . . 
Do the "Gator" again ... A matter of 
mutual concern ... Dr. Allen? HELP! . . . 
Snow skis? What for? ... A four-footed 
pledge . . . The Bomber's got a helmet . . . 
. . . Joey's a brother! . . . What's a QP? 
. . . Ophie's on the $100 bill . . . Come on 
Clyde, bigger and better . . . Don had six 
straight goals . . . Change for a quarter? 
Quarter for change? ... If it is to be .. . 



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Clyde Walker 
Edward Weather: 




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Hostesses 

my hut in spring! 

true, there is nothing in it- 
there, is everything! 

sodo 




Student Government 
Cabinet 

octopus traps: how soon 

they are to have an end — these dreams 
Beneath the summer moon. 

basho 




222 



Student Union Board 

somehow it seems wrong: 

to take one's noonday nap and hear 
a rice-planting song. 
Issas 




223 



Student Government 
Committee Chairmen 

clearing after showers. 

and for a lit+le while the scent 

of hawthorn flowers . . . 

kyoshi 




Orientation 

Nellie Russum, Steve Hobbs 




Homecoming 
Wendy Robinette, Wayne Crosby 





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Elaine L'Heureux. Steve Shoemalier 



Green Feather 
Judy Gregg. Jack Dawson 






Political Emphasis Week 
Darlene Walker, John Hicks 




224 







bright the full moon shines: 
on the matting of the floor, 
shadows of the pines, 
kikaku 



Reserve Officer Training Corps 




225 



Scabbard &l Blade 



this road: 

wl+h no man traveling on It, 
autumn darkness falls. 

basho 




Diane Paresi 




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Kay Harmeling 



Pershing Rifles 



the others go home. 

with the fire-works over, 
how dark it's become! 
issa 



227 



Religious Life Council 



one full moon; 

stars nunaberless; the sky 
dark green. 

issa 




Ministerial Association 



around existence twine 

(oh, bridge that hangs across the gorge!) 
ropes of twisted vine! 

basho 




228 



Baptist Student Union 



they blossom, and then 

we gaze, and then the blooms 
scatter, and then . . . 

onitsura 




229 




Lutheran Student Association 



clouds come from time to time — 
and bring to men a chance to rest 
from looking at the moon. 

basho 



230 



Canterbury Club 



on the temple bell 

has settled and is fast asleep 
a butterfly. 

buson 




231 




Christian 
Scientists 



so far ... so long . . . 

a drowsy thrush? a waking nightingale? 
silence, we do not know. 

shank 




232 



Westminister 
Fellowship 

a lovely thing to see: 

through the paper window's hole, 
the galaxy. 



Wesley 
Foundation 



spring moor; 

for what do people go, tor what 
do they return? 

shiki 




233 



Independent 
Organization 

a one--foo+ waterfall 

if too makes noises, and at night 
the coolness of it all! 

issa 




International Club 

thanks to cherry bloom, 

in its shadow utter strangers — 
there are none! 




234 



Young 
Republicans 

on how to sing 

the frog school and the skylark school 
are arguing! 

shiki 





Young Democrats 

look and it starts misting; 
just don't look, and it clears 
when gazing at the moon. 
chora 



235 



Tau Beta Sigma 



National Band Honorary 
for Women 



a nightingale song 

i could not check my feeling, 
i too cried with the music. 




Phi Beta 

National Music hlonorary for Women 

how cool the breeze: 

the sky is filled with voices — 
pine and cedar trees. 

onitsura 




236 




Kappa Kappa Psi 

National Band Honorary 
for Men 



a village where they ring 

no bells! — oh, what do they do 
at dusk in spring? 

basho 



American Guild 
of Organists 



a bush warbler comes — 

and starts to wipe his muddy feet 
among the blossoming plums, 
issa 




237 



Beta Alpha Sigma 

National Business Honorary 

morning inaze: 

as in a painting of a dreann, 
men go their ways. 

buson 




238 




Student Florida 
Educational Association 

a lost child cries, 

and as he cries, he clutches 
at the fireflies. 

ryusui 



239 




Sigma Tau Delta 

National English Honorary 

for me who go, 

for you who stay — 
two autunnns. 
buson 



240 




Sigma Pi Kappa 

National Journalism Honorary 

the summer river: 

although there is a bridge, my horse 
goes through the water. 

shiki 



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Pi Kappa Delta 

National Forensic hlonorary 

lightning play 

that yesterday was in the east, 
is in the west today. 

kikaku 



241 



Sigma Delta Pi 

Local Spanish Honorary 

insects one hears — 

and one hears the talk of me- 
with different ears. 

wafu 




Sigma Pi Sigma 

National Physics hlonorary 

a lightning flash: 

between the forest trees 
i have seen water. 

shiki 




242 



Phi Alpha Theta 



National History Honorary 



borrowed armour, old, 

getting fitted to my body- 
oh, it's cold. 

buson 





Gamma Theta Upsilon 



National Geography Honorary 



through all the fall 

of June rains it still stands? 
o shining hall! 

basho 



243 



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Player's Guild 

night that ends so soon: 
in the shallows still remains 
one sliver of the moon, 
buson 



244 



Theta Alpha Phi 

National Dramatics Honorary 

the moon on the pine: 

i keep hanging it — taking it off- 
and gazing each time. 

hokushi 




245 




Kappa Pi 



National Art Honorary 

the beginning of all art: 

a song when planting a rice field 
in the country's inmost part, 
basho 



Kappa Mu Epsilon 

National Math Honorary 

cold is the moonshine: 

shadow of a stone pagoda 
shadow of a pine. 

shiki 




246 




Psi Chi 



National Psychology Honorary 




islands all around, 

each with its pine trees; and the wind- 
how cool its sound! 

shiki 



247 



Gamma Sigma Epsilon 

National Chemistry Honorary 

all the rains of June: 

and then one evening, secretly, 
through the pines, the moon! 
ryota 




Beta Beta Beta 



National Biology Honorary 



and no one knows 

who wrote it — this springtime 
master-song. 

issa 




248 




Inter-Fraternity 
Council 

the place where i was born: 
all i come to — all i touch- 
blosoms of the thorn! 
issa 



whatever we wear 

we become beautiful- 
moon viewing. 

chigo 



Panhellenic Council 




249 



The Publications Board 



snow that we two 

looked at together — this year 
has it fallen anew? 

basho 




250 




The Review 

many, many things 
they bring to mind- 
cherry blosoms! 

basho 



The Compass 



summer grass: 

of stalwart warriors splendid dreams 
the aftermath. 

basho 




251 



Don Jackson 
Editor 



The 1967 Hatter 



the winds of fall — 

and the things one looks upon 
are haiku, all! 

kyoshi 





Kathy Edwards 
Managing Editor 



Vinlng Bigeiow 
Business Manager 



252 



Jane Meisenheimer 
Editorial Assistant 





Kris Kane 
Classes 



Elaine L'Heureux 
Layout 



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Jane Furlong 
Fine Arts 



tarnished is the gold — 

with young leaves round us 
we look back - 
to days of old. 

chora 




Sandy Guard 
Organizations 



JdFiice Wheelon 
Greeks 



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Rick Brannan 
Sports 



Staff 




John Anderson 


Marsha Gelbart 


Wanda Pasnicky 


Joyce Anderson 


Steve Goff 


Pat Pergrem 


Willie Mae Andrews 


Robert D. Hearn 


Linda Lee Petty 


David Armbrjster 


Jo Ellen HInkle 


Lynne Planck 


Sharon Buek 


Jeanne Kinzer 


Sandra Reiser 


Jane Byerts 


Laura KIrcher 


Judy Rickel 


Laurinda Chappelle 


Nancy Kooistra 


Carol Sullenberger 


Ralph Cline 


Mia Lalse 


Barb Tally 


Carole Davis 


Mike Lee 


Dorothy Tharp 


Jack Dawson 


Dick Mahaffey 


Carol Torres 


Jane Eckert 


Lin Masi 


Sharon Walker 


Betty Gasklns 


Mar/ Lou Muldoon 


Rob Word 


Butch Padgett 






Layout 









Steve Kleinburg 
Photography 



Sage Redding 
Photography 



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Fred York 
Editor 



The Stetson Reporter 

on the moor: trom things 
detached completely — 
how the skylark sings! 
basho 







John Tubb Ted Wolfarth 

Business Manager Managing Editor 






Dean Bunch 
News Editor 



Rachael Pike 
Feature Editor 



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Pat Stult7 
Copy Editor 




Staff: 



Dennis McNamara 
Intramural Editor 



Iva Case 
JaKay Jarvis 
Stephen Kleinberg 
Ange Shurley 
Joan Simmons 
Erik Skarstrom 
Anne Marie Vlteic 
Angle Wohlfarth 








Dan 


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thwell 




Varsity 


Editor 




Jeanne Kinser 
Greek Gab Editor 



Jouce Martin 

Assistant Business Manager 



John Irvin 
Photographer 



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Junior Counselors 

bush clover does not spill 

one small white dewdrop — though its waves 
are never still. 

basho 




Resident Advisors 




banked fires; night grows late — 
then connes a sound of rapping 
at the gate. 

kyoroku 



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Men's Judiciary 
Council 

a storm-wind blows — 

out from among the grasses 
the full moon grows. 

chora 



Men's Dorm Council 

they say there is 

a still pool even in the middle of 
the rushing whirlpool. 

mitsune 




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Women's 
Dorm Councils 

regret for spring's passing — 
year after year, and yet 
never the same. 

gekkyo 





Emily Hall 



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Stetson Hall 




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Women's Executive Council 



scattered petals lie 

on the rice-seedling water: 
stars in the moonlit sky. 
buson 



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Tassel 

Leadership Honorary 
for Sophomore Women 

here on the mountain pass, 

somehow they draw one's heart so — 
violets in the grass, 
basho 




Phi Society 

Scholastic Honorary 
Sponsored by Phi Beta Kappa 



green fields of grain: 

a skylark rises — over there, 
comes down again, 
onitsvra 




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Scroll 6l Key 

Scholastic Honorary for 
Juniors and Seniors 



/here the cuckoo flies 
till it is lost to sight — out there 
a lone island lies. 

basho 





Green Circle 

Leadership hlonorary 
for Sophomore Men 



a morning-glory! 

and so — today; may seem 
my own life-story. 

maritake 



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Who's Who 

In American Colleges 

and Universities 



bent down by the rain, 

the ripe barley nnakes this 
such a narrow lane! 

joso 



Angel Castillo 



Connie Carefoot 





Nancy Combs 




Rick Knapp 




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Jay Mechling 



Gena Medrano 



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Steve Wilkerson 



Joyce Ashley 




Nina Thomas 





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Butch Padgett 



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Jack Dawson 





Jim Thomas 




Dariene Smith 




Dave Morgan 



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Omicron Delta Kappa 

National Leadership Honorary 
^«., for Men 




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of mist, from time to time 
there lifts a sail. 

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Butch Padgeft 





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Mortar Board 



National Leadership Honorary for Women 



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THE YEAR 




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Orientation 



You knew it was going to happen . . . you 
had been waiting for three months — three 
long, calm, glorious months. As suddenly and 
with as much noise as the clash of one harsh- 
noted cymbal, you had begun the inevitable 
process of orientation into the world that 
is Stetson. There was a moment of hesitation 
(tinted, perhaps, with a hint of hysteria), a 
final deep breath, and you were in. This new 
world was one of coat-hangers, trunks, awk- 
ward silences. But the frenzy so engulfed you 
that somehow your packet of multicolored 
I.B.M. cards found you, and you waded, 
through the faces, past the arrows, down the 
halls, to the end of the lines, and eventually 
you gave "Charlie" the final schedule you 
hoped he would like. And then came the 
books, meetings, worn smiles. When you 
finally paused long enough to wonder how 
you would ever come to know the people 
behind those faces, your orientation process 
was complete. You were a member. 





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VrCLCOME 





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I F C Rush 

You found that this was part of it too. Perhaps, 
you participated solely for the purpose of meeting 
new people. That you did. Perhaps you participated 
so that you could call "brother" the man you would 
be calling "friend" many years in the future. 





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Panhellenic Rush 



You remember thinking that whoever first 
termed this madness "rush" knew what they 
were talking about, for "rushed" you were. You 
began to associate water, tea, cigarette smoke, 
and aching feet with meeting new people, mak- 
ing new friends. For some of you rush meant 
long, tedious hours of work; for others rush 
meant seas of unknown faces wearing strained 
smiles. Somehow it was all worth it as the after- 
noon of pledging arrived. You embraced, ran, 
screamed, and sang the day away. You had a 
feeling that somehow you were a few friends 
closer to happiness. 






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Miss Hatter Contest 



Confes+ant number one crossed the stage with 
the poise, grace, and elegance that you had learned 
to associate with beauty contestants. The other 
contestants followed her in their assigned order. 
From your seat in the shadows you watched and 
judged, selected and predicted. Your job was the 
easiest. But for the girls on stage, who were adorned 
with candlelight and flowers and were bathed in 
spotlights, the contest had a different air. Long 
before the momentous walk down the ramp, the 
contestants had waded through rehearsals, teas ancJ 
interviews with the judges. When the final announce- 
ment echoed through the auditorium, your eyes 
strained to find the new Miss Hatter. You found 
the number nineteen worn on the dress of Miss Jo- 
anne Whisler. 





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279 



Green Feather 



You sacrificed your Saturday morning sleep, 
your study time, or your moments of leisure to 
fulfill your share In a worthy cause. The day was 
filled with boards, hammers, and confusion followed 
by an afternoon wind which seemed to destroy many 
of your efforts. The night was filled with laughter, 
bright lights, and cotton candy. There was water 
splashing, a small child's smile, and blaring music. 
All this culminated into the sights and sounds of 
giving. 





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283 



Homecoming 

It all began sometime in Ocfober with a 
blur of strange faces and a registration tent. 
As Homecoming progressed, the campus pul- 
sated with excitement. You danced, you 
watched, you smiled at the alumni whose pasts 
were being relived in your actions. You waited 
for the parade you thought would never come, 
and then saw the float you had so diligently 
constructed disassembled by the October rain, 
htomecoming was wet construction paper, 
anticipation and many fond memories. But as 
suddenly as your last dance on a Saturday 
night. Homecoming was over. Too soon you 
found yourself sitting in your Monday-morning 
class as if the weekend had never happened. 



Dave Morgan & Kay Harmeling 
Homecoming Host & Hostess 





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Christmas 




You had wished that by some miracle time had stopped, but the 
clocks continued to tick and the miracle was Christmas. It came to 
Stetson in the usual season, and although yau had always watched 
your calendar with the greatest of interest, Christmas came when 
you least expected It. First it arrived in the torm of a large tree 
beside Hulley Tower; in a day or two Christmas trees found a place 
in every dorm, every office, and every building on campus. You 
stood around the trees to carol, to burn a yule log, to share in the 
spirit of Christmas. You saw the Christmas trees as faint green blurs 
as you rushed to your finals. Christmas at Stetson went from hot 
weather to candlelight at a Snowball dance, from near panic about 
finals to tears at a party for underprivileged children. The time never 
passed so rapidly, yet so slowly; before you knew one moment s 
relaxation, you were on your way home to your kind of Christmas. 



Rick Brannan & Wendy Roblnet+e 
Snow Ball Prince & Princess 





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Minimester 



Minimester, as you knew it, was the shock of seeing a Chinese red Hat Rack for the first time 
after your Christmas vacation or it was the freezing January wind which penetrated your Lon- 
don Fog as you made your way to your eight-thirty. "Mini" (as she was affectionately known 
by the few friends she had) was the endless rows of heads you studied, contemplated, and mem- 
orized as you occupied your assigned seat in Elizabeth, Stover, or the Stetson Room. Or it 
was an independent study course, endless term papers, and long hours of research in the li- 
brary. Minimester was a listening hour, a series of books, a frantic struggle to "keep up," a price- 
less class cut, and tedious hours of reading which all began one day too early in January and 
came to an end five weeks and a handful of pauses later. 






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291 



Hatter Holiday 



Hatter Holiday happened during the first few 
days of Spring when the weather was so perfect 
that your thoughts were anywhere but in the class- 
roonn with your nnath professor. So you took the 
break you felt you deserved, and for one glorious 
day you let yourself become totally involved in 
enjoying yourself. Enjoying yourself included al- 
ternating between dry egg yolks, dirt and ice-cold 
water from the Springs. You went from fried chicken 
to the beauty contest, and the music you listened to 
was a band competing with cries from peacocks. 
As a finale for a memorable day. Stetson's agenda 
for Hatter Holiday included the serene beauty of 
a burning sunset over the deep blue waters of 
De Leon Springs. 









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Steve Willcerson & Diane Pares! 
Mr, & Miss Stetson 





295 



Graduation 



As you looked in retrospect at the time you had 
spent at Stetson, you saw four years here as one 
particle of sand in the proverbial hourglass. 
The piece of white parchment you held in your 
hand indicated that you had accomplished the 
goals you had set for yourself when you entered 
the world that is Stetson. The goals contained 
in the parchment told half the story. You won- 
dered what the compensation would be for leav- 
ing behind the friends who had meant so much, 
the buildings you had taken for granted, or the 
security of belonging to the friends and buildings. 
You found yourself looking around the campus 
as you never had before in a last desperate 
attempt to remember, to retain, to recapture. 
But the pendulum kept swinging and your life 
kept changing. And suddenly with as much noise 
as the click of a suitcase latch, you had begun 
the eternal steps — the eternal steps away. 





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BEAUTIES 




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Miss Stetson 




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Alpha Xi Delta 



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Military Ball Queen 



Headquarters Company 



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Basketball Queen 



Sigma Nu 



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Freshman Beauty Queen 



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<J\athu L^ranaell 



for Sigma Nu 




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for Chaudoin Hall 



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Miss Hatter 





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To the DeLand merchants represented in these next few 
pages, THE hIATTER would like to extend its appreciatior 
for as supporters of THE HATTER they will remain in ths 
book forever 

Vining Bigelow 
Business Manager 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



312 



Congratulations and best Wishes, 
Class of 1967 




the city of DeLand and the Qiamber of Commerce are proud of the cooperative 
relations between the residents of our community and the students of Stetson University. 



DELAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 



336 N. Woodland Boulevard 



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DELAND 
CAMERA SHOP 

142 North Boulevard DeLand, Florida 

734-3595 



THE ALLEN- WHITE CO, INC. 

SPECIALISTS IN OFFICE SUPPLIES 
ADDING MACHINE AND TYPEWRITER REPAIR 

LEN McCarthy, Manager 
Sales and Service Representative 
New and Reconditioned Machines 



STOUDE^fMIRE'S 

THRIFTWAY 

642 West New York Avenue 
DeLand, Florida 



J. C. PENNEY CO. 



compliments of 
BELUE'S SHOES 

136 North Boulevard 
DeLand Florida 



DeLAND 



GIBBS OF DELAND, INC. 

Best Advertised Lines in 
Ladies' Wearing Apparel 

131-133 North Boulevard 734-5521 



Mitchell Cleaners 



Sanitone 

Cattfied'MaskrTkydaner 
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Finest in Dry Cleaning 

Polarized Care for Your Furs 

Box Storage for Winter Garments 




STETSON UNIVERSITY 
BOOK STORE 

Congratulations . . . 
Class of 1966 

Your Book-Centered Store 
on Your Book-Centered Campus 



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Compliments of 

MORRIS' 

217 N. Boulevard 
Deland's Finest Restaurant 




Congratulations . . . 
Graduates of the Class of 1967 



FLORIDA BANK 
AT DELAND 



"A Friendly Institution' 



MEMBER 

FLORIDA NATIONAL GROUP OF BANKS 

FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE COMPANY 



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FOUNTAIN'S 


DAYTONA LINEN 




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Over Fifty Years 




Central Florida's 




Finest Store for Men 






DAYTONA BEACH, 




FLORIDA 


DeLAND, FLORIDA 






DELAND COCA-COLA 
BOTTLING COMPANY 



Phone 734-2182 

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Crew to explore 

a new world! 

Vast unknown territory, rich potential. Some space travel. Ingenuity, 
adaptability essential. Challenging opportunity for skilled workers. 
Rapid advancement for adventurous high school and college graduates. 

The new world? A small solar planet named Earth. Not visible to the 
unimaginative, but many can see it now. And— it's exciting! 

The new world will be colonized by 90% of all the scientists known to 
history . . . and by technicians, specialists, teachers, writers, and many we 
can't name— because half the jobs there, ten years from now, do not even 
exist today! 

How can you qualify for the expedition? Acquire skills needed for 
today's jobs— in college, technical, or special school. Then keep up with 
the knowledge explosion by continuing education— in seminars, adult 
education and TV courses, on-the-job or armed services trainipg. 

When you're set to take off, you'll go a long, long way. Bon voyage! 




FLORIDA PO>VER CORPORATION 

VO(y/? rAX PAVING. INVESJOROWNeO CLKTRIC COMPANY 



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^^Whett you think photography, think Keiits" 

KENT'S PHOTO SHOP & STUDIO 



224 NORTH BOULEVARD 
Phone 734-1133 




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ROEHR 
PRODUCTS CO., INC. 



Subsidiary of Brunswick Corporation 

DeLand, Florida Norfolk, Nebraska 

Waterbury, Connecticut 



World's Largest Manufacturer 

of Disposable Hypodermic 

Needles and Syringes 



MANCS PIZZA 



LUNCH 



1109 S. Blvd. 



RE 4-4907 



DINNER 



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COLLEGE PLAZA 

115 EAST PLYMOUTH 

DELAND. FLORIDA 



James F. Clardy 



p. 0. Box 441 

21} North Woodland Boulevard, Deland, Florida 

Phone: RE 4-4883 

Representing The Travelers Insurance Companies 



Since 1873 



F. N. DeHuy & Son 

Diamonds Watches Jewelry 

Bridal Department Expert Repair 

China — Crystal — Silver Jewelry and Watches 



DEALER FOR WESTINGHOUSE & MAYTAG 
Since 1929 ^Jft/jP/tA/Ut A Since 1929 



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THE BARNETT 

NATIONAL BANK 

OF DELAND 

BANKEVG HEADQUARTERS 

FOR 

STETSON STUDENTS & FACULTY 

SINCE 

1929 



GERALD E. FRIERSON 



230 N. BLVD. 



WRENN'S 




119 N. Boulevard 
Tel. 734-4433 




77ie Smart Place To Go . . , 
For Good Things To Eat! 




HATS ON! 

to the '63 HATTERS 

from Morrison Food Service Inc. 



"No Finer Food . . . Anywhere!" 

MORRISON FOOD SERVICE 



a division of Morrison Cafeterias, Inc. 



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DELAND, FLORIDA 

32720 
TELEPHONE 734-2551 

BRANCH OFFICE - DeBARY, FLORIDA 





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FEASEL PAINT AND GLASS 

Established 1921 

Art Supplies Picture Framing 

247 North Boulevard DeLand, Florida 


compliments of 

IHE DODGE BOYS 


THH UNIVERSITY SHOP 

MEN'S Sf LADIES WEAR 

118 N. BLVD. 734-4768 DELAND, FLA. 


DeLAND, DODGE 
1205 W. BLVD. 

734-7800 
On the Boulevard 


"Serving West Volusia" 

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REEVE &HOWARD 

STATIONERY 

GIFTS-GREETING CARDS 

105 West Indiana Avenue 










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2lt E. NEW YORK AVENUE 

DELAND. FLORIDA 

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DELAND STATE BANK 

OFFERING SPECIAL 

STUDENT ACCOUNTS 

WITH EMBOSSED COVER 

AND STETSON SEAL 

DELAND FLORIDA 



Compliments of 



COSTON'S 

Laundry & Dry Cleanin; 



REdwood 4-3052 
224 S. Florida Ave. 



Best Wishes From 
Evelyn and Jimmy West 

STETSON 
FLOWER SHOP 

106 E. New York Ave. 
Serving Stetson and DeLand for 35 Years 
DeLAND, FLORIDA 734-0796 



BETTY 
DREKAS 



105 S. Boulevard 

DELAND, FLA. 

734-1949 



ESTABLISHED 1911 



734-0355 




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De Land Florida 



Russel P. Curry 



Member FTDA 



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Laundry 
Dry Cleaning 



CONGRA TULA TIONS 
TO THE 

EDITOR 

OF THE 
1967 HATTER 



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Seniors 



ABLES, JUDITH W., B^., Elementary Educa- 
tion. Americus. Ga., Alpha Xi Delta, Stetson 
House Council, HATTER Staff, Jr. Counselor. 

ABLES, MICHAEL B., B.S., Chemistry, Sanford, 
Pi Kappa Phi, Gamma Sigma Epsilon. 

ABREU, VINCENT J., B.S., Physics, Havana, 
Cuba, Sigma Pi Sigma, Cantebury Club, In- 
ternational Club, Stover Theatre Productions. 

ANDERSON, DONALD G., B.B.A., Accounting, 
Ormond Beach, Accountancy Club, Orienta- 
tion Comm. 

ANDREWS, DANA, B.A., Spanish, St. Peters- 
burg, Zeta Tau Alpha, Sigma Delta Pi, Stet- 
son Reporter. 

ASHLEY, JOYCE, B.A., Elementary Education, 
Jaclcsonville, Mortar Board, Secy., Tassel, 
Scroll and Key, Phi Society, Kappa Delta Pi, 
Dean's List, Honor Roll, Stetson Scholar, Stu- 
dent Affairs, Student Union Board, Publicity 
Chairman, Hospitality Committee, Vice Pres., 
BSU, Minister of Outreach, Junior Counselor. 

ATKINSON, CARRIE MAE, B.A., Elementary 
Education, Orlando. Honor Roll, Kappa Delta 
Pi. 

AUSINCH, BAIBA, B.S., Chemistry, Solna, Swe- 
den, Tri Beta, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Gamma 
Sigma Epsilon. 

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BARROSO, JUAN VIII, B.A., Economics, Ha- 
bana. Cuba, Beta Alpha Sigma, Sigma Delta 
Pi, Dean's List, Film Committee, Canterbury 
Club, Treas., International Club, Treas., Stover 
Theatre Productions. 

BAUBE, JANICE ELIZABETH, B.A., Elementary 
Education, Mt. Vernon, Ohio, Zeta Tau Alpha, 
Ritual Chairman, Dean's List, Honor Roll, 
Canterbury Club, Intramurals. 

BAUER, FRANK ROBERT, B.B.A., General Busi- 
ness, Pinellas Park, Delta Sigma Phi, Sergeant- 
at-arms. Rush Chairman, Alumni Relations 
Director, Orientation Committee, Homecom- 
ing Committee, Westminster Fellowship, Soc- 
cer Team, Intramurals, Sailing Club. 

BAXLEY, WAYNE, B.A., Religion, Wlersdale, 
Phi Theta Kappa, BSU: Ministerial Assn. 

BEACH, JANE, B.A., Hlstor/, Eau Gallle, Delta 
Delta Delta, Publicitv Chairman, Recording 
Secy., Scholarship Chairman, Phi Alpha Theta, 
Secy.-Treas., Orientation Committee, House 
Council, Student Advisor, Junior Year Abroad. 

BEACH, MARTHA, B.M.E., Flute, Holly Hill, 
Phi Beta, Treas., Tau Beta Sigma, Secy-Treas., 
Honor Roll, Dean's List, Band, Secy., Orches- 
tra, Publicity Chairman, MENC, Program 
Chairman. 

BEHRENS, RAE ALDEN, JR., B.S., Chemistry, 
Waco, Texas, Pi Kappa Phi, House Manager, 
Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Pres., Scabbard and 
Blade, Homecoming Committee, Hatter Holi- 
day Committee, HAHER Staff. 

BIGELOW, VINING, M.B.A., Marketing-Man- 
agement, Branford, Conn., Sigma Pi Kappa, 
Publications Board Chmn., HATTER Business 
Manager, Soccer, Co. Capt,, Tennis. 

BISHOP, RANDI, B.A., Speech and Drama, 
Clearwater, Zeta Tau Alpha, Activities Chrmn., 
Historian, Dean's List, Honor Roll, Theta 
Alpha Phi, Veep, House Council, Hatter Howl, 
Parent's Weekend Comm,, Greek Week 
Comm., Children's Theatre, HAHER Staff, 
Canterbury Club, Stover Theatre Produc- 
tions. 

BOHMFALK. JOHN F., II, B.B.A. Accounting, 
Rye, N.Y., Lambda Chi Alpha, Accountancy 
Club, Pres., Secy, of Traffic. 

BRANNAM. JULIA ANN, B.M.E., Piano, Jaclc- 
sonville, Pi Beta Phi, Activities Chrmn., Intra- 
murals Chrmn., Hatters Holiday Comm., Stu- 
dent Advisor, BSU, University Chorus, MENC, 
Social Chrmn., Intramurals, Frosh Beauty Con- 
test. 



BRANAN, SAMUEL R., JR., B.S., Mathematics, 
Vero Beach, PI Kappa Phi, Secy., Intramural 
Chrmn., S Club, Scabbard and Blade, Treas., 
Green Circle, Secy., Student Advisor, HaHer 
Holiday Comm., hlomecoming Comm., HAT- 
TER Sports Editor, BSU, Resident Advisor, 
Baseball, Basketball, Intramurals, All Star 
Basketball and Football, Mr. Snowman. 

BROCKEH. LILLIAN GAIL, B.A., English, Pen- 
sacola, Sigma Tau Delta, Dean's List, Honor 
Roll, Stetson Scholar, Stetson Review, Canter- 
bury Club, Player's Guild, Treas., Stover The- 
atre Productions. 

BROWN, TANA, B.A.A., General Business, Co- 
lumbus, Indiana, Alpha XI Delta, Panhellenlc 
Rep., Standards Chrmn., Social Chrmn., Intra- 
murals Chrmn., Honor Roll, Homecoming 
Comm., First Runner-up Basketball Queen, 
Stetson Reporter, Intramurals, All Star Bas- 
ketball. 

BRYANT, FREDERICK M., B,A., History and 
Political Science, St. Petersburg, PI Kappa 
Phi, Honor Roll, Student Advisor, Basketball. 

BUTLER, JACK S., II, B.A., Political Science, 
Boca Raton, Pi Kappa Phi, Secy., Social Chair- 
man, Public Rel., Junior Class Senator, Senior 
Class Senator. Student Advisor, Orientation 
Week Comm., Green Feather Comm., Home- 
coming Comm., Parents Weekend Comm., Co- 
Chairman, Arrangements, Honor Roll, Scab- 
bard and Blade, Secy., DIstlngusihed K, Veep. 
Basketball, Intramurals, All Star Crosscountry 
and Basketball, Westminster Fellowship. 



CAMPBELL, ROCHELLE, B.A., French, Pom- 
pano Beach, Theta Alpha Phi, Stetson Scholar, 
Honors Program, Student Advisor, Hatter Hol- 
iday Comm., Junior Year Abroad, Players 
Guild, Secy-Treas., French Club, Secy., 
Stover Theatre Productions, Sailing Club. 

CARAMEROS, TONI, B.A., English, Miami, 
Delta Delta Delta, Pledge Class Pres., Rush 
Chairman, Panhellenlc, Secy., Pres., Pi Kappa 
Phi Rose Queen, Sigma Tau Delta, Orienta- 
tion Comm., Green Feather Comm., Student 
Affairs Comm., Student Advisor, Junior Coun- 
selor, ROTC C Company Sponsor, First Run- 
ner-up Miss Stetson, Best-dressed Coed, Sec- 
ond Runner-up Miss HATTER, First Runner-up 
Military Ball Queen, Who's Who. 

CAREFOOT, CONNIE, B.A., Mathematics, Fort 
Meade, Delta Delta Delta, Panhellenlc Hon- 
orary, Senior Senator, Veep Student Body, 
Parents Weekend Comm., Co-Chrmn., Orien- 
tation Comm., Homecoming Comm., SUB. 
House Council, Publications Board, Religious 
Life Council, Who's Who. 

CAREFOOT GEORGE H., Ill, B.B.S. Business, 
Fort Meade, Pi Kappa Alpha, Historian, Alum- 
ni Corres., Pledge Trainer, Orientation Comm., 
Student Advisor, Wesley Foundation, Intra- 
murals. 

CARTLEDGE, JOYCE E., B.A., English. Miami, 
Dean's List, Honor Roll, Sigma Tau Delta. 
Honors Program, Ford Graduate Program, 
SUB, HATTER, Y. W. A. 

CARLTON, BRUCE, B.B.S., General Business, 
St. Petersburg, Delta Sigma Phi, House Man- 
ager, Pledge Class Secy., Honor Roll, Intra- 
murals. 

CARTER, FRANK A., II, B.B.A., General Busi- 
ness, Chevy Chase, Md., Lambda Chi Alpha, 
Pledge Class President, Treas., Pledge Trainer, 
DIstlng. Military Student, Scabbard and 
Blade, Pershing Rifles, Stetson Reporter, Soc- 
cer. 

CASTILLO, ANGEL, JR., B.A., English, Burbank, 
California, Green Circle, Sigma PI Kappa, 
Pi Kappa Delta, Honor Roll, Student Govern- 
ment: Fresh. Soph., and Liberal Arts Senator. 
Pres. Student Body. Outstanding Senator 
Award, Hatter Holiday Comm,, Elections and 
Appointments, Chrmn., Organizations and 
Finance, Chrmn., Evaluation and Develop 
ment, Chrmn., SUB, Education Comm., Chrmn. 
Student Advisor, Stetson Reporter, Edit. Col 
umnist. Stetson Review, Publications Board 
Religious Life Council, Fine Arts and Lectures, 
Interofttlonal Club, Independents. 



CLAYPOOL, LINDA J., B.A., Elementary Edu- 
cation, HIaleah, Kappa Delta PI. Concert 
Choir, T-Squad, University Chorus, Canter- 
bury Club, SFEA. 

CEBALLO, LUIS E., B.S., Biology, Miami, Stu- 
dent Advisor, SUB, Lab Assistant, Biology, 
HATTER, Compass, Canterbury Club, Intra- 
murals. 

CHRISTY, WALTER L., JR., B.A., History, Or- 
lando, Ford Graduate Program, Phi Alpha 
Theta, Dean's List, Honor Roll, Cum Laude 
Graduate, Orlando Junior College. 

COCHRANE, JOHN S., B.S., Physics, Largo, 
Sigma Pi Sigma, Pershing Rifles, SUB, Young 
Repub. Club. 

COHRS, GAIL G., B.A., Art Education, Light- 
house Point, Alpha Chi Omega, Intramurals 
Chrmn., Intramurals. 

COMBS, NANCY R., B.A., Education, Deland. 
Alpha XI Delta, Pledge Class Veep., Out- 
standing Pledge, Exec. Council, Mortar Board, 
Veep., Tassel, Hist., Dean's List, Honor Roll, 
Who's Who, Junior Counselor, Orientation 
Comm., Secy., Student Advisor, Hatter Holi- 
day Comm., Green Feather Comm., Corres. 
Secy., SUB, Corres. Secy., Compass, Miss 
HAHER Finalist. 

CONNOR, SUSAN, B.A., English, Deland, Zeta 
Tau Alpha, Pledge Class Pres., Panhellenlc 
Rep. 

CROWTHER, JOHN B., B.A., History, Deland 
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Honor Roll, ROTC Aca- 
demic Achievement Wreath, Dist. Military 
Student, Pershing Rifles, Intramurals. 

CROWTHER, MARGARET S., B.B.A., Business 
Admin., Deland, Alpha XI Delta, House 
Chrmn., Honor Roll, Tau Beta Sigma, Band. 



DICKEY F. PAUL, B.M., Music, Miami, Student 
A. G. O., Dean, Asst. Manager, University 
Chorus. 

DILLMAN. CHARLES, B.B.A., General Business, 
Miami Springs, Sigma Nu. 

DUDLEY KAREN E., B.A., History, Welrsdale, 
Phi Alpha Theta, Academic Affairs Comm., 
Chmn., House Council, Young Democrats. 



ESTES, SHARON J„ B.A., American Studies, 
Ft. Benning, Ga., Alpha XI Delta, Historian, 
Rush Chmn., Stetson Scholar, Phi Society, 
Pres., Phi Alpha Theta, Junior Counselor, 
Women's Executive Council, Secy., BSU. Fresh. 
Council. University Chorus. 




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HALL, RONALD L., 
sofa, Honor Roll, 
Ministerial Assoc, 



FLIPPO, ROBERTA DAYE. B.A., Elementary 
Education. Eustis, Abelian Society, Exec. Coun- 
cil, Kappa Delta Pi, Secy., Sigma Taj Delta, 
Scroll and Key, Tassel, Treas., Honor Roll, 
Dean's List, Mortar Board, Treas., Junior 
Counselor, SUB, Films Comm., Publicity 
Comm., BSD, Minister of Communications, 
Concert Choir 

FURLONG, JANE V., B.A., Speech and Drama, 
Deland, Zeta Tau Alpha, Theta Alpha Phi, 
Pres., Hist., Dean's List, Honor Roll, HATTER, 
Fine Arts Editor, Canterbury Club, Senior 
Warden, Religious Life Council, Stover The- 
atre Productions. 



GRAFF, MARY E., B.A., History, Maitland, 
Kappa Delta Pi, Concert Choir, Interdenomi- 
national Tutoring, Canterbury Club. 

GRANA, MADELIN J., B.S., Chemistry, Jack- 
sonville, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, BSU. 

GRUBER CRAIG H., B.A., History, Lake Park, 
Sigma Nu, House Comm., Pledge Trainer, 
Basketball, Baseball. 

GUSSMAN, DIANNE M., B.A., American 
Studies, Silver Springs, Md., Pi Beta Phi, 
Treas., Program Chrmn., Homecoming Comm., 
First Runner-up, Basketball Queen. 

H 

HALL, MARGARET SMITH, B.A., Elementary 
Education, Jacksonville, Dean's List, Honor 
Roll, BSU. 

B.A., Philosophy, Sara- 
Senate Chaplain, BSU, 
Head Resident Upper- 
classmen Dorms, Intramurals. 

HAMILTON, MARCIA ELIZABETH, B.B.A., 
General Business, Palm Beach Gardens, Delta 
Delta Delta, Recc. Chrmn., Scholarship 
Chrmn., Treas., Tassel, Sigma Pi Kappa, Veep., 
JC Aspley Business Scholarship, Traffic De- 
partment, House Council, Student Advisor, 
HATTER, Class Editor, Stetson Reporter, 
Canterbury Club. 

HARDMAN, JOHN A., B.B.A., Accounting, 
Ft. Lauderdale, Beta Alpha Sigma, Account- 
ancy Club, ROTC Scholarship, Dist. Mititary 
Student, ROTC Academic Wreath, Pershing 
Rifles, Commander, Scabbard and Blade, 
Canterbury Club, Jr. Warden. 

HARLEY, SHARON K., B.A., English, Jackson- 
ville, Kappa Delta Pi, Student Advisor, Wes- 
ley Foundation, SFEA. 

HARMELING, KAY, B.A., Elementary Education, 
Winter Park, Zeta Tau Alpha, Intram., Veep., 
Pledge Trainer, House Council, Greek God- 
dess, Homecoming Hostess, Pershing Rifles 
Sponsor, Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Girl, 
Intramurals. 

HAYES, ROBERT C, B.S., Biology, Auburn, 
N.Y., Beta Beta Beta. 

HEAD, GEORGE A., JR., B.A., Spanish, Tampa, 
Kappa Kappa PsI. 

HEDRICK, CHRISTINE, B.A., English, Vienna, 
Va., Theta Alpha Phi, Sigma Tau Delta, Honor 
Roll, S. G. Spirit Comm., SUB, Cultural 
Comm., Chrmn., Communications Comm., 
Cultural Chrmn., Player's Guild, Pres., Canter- 
bury, Stover Theatre Productions. 

HOOD, MICHAEL B., B.B.A., General Business, 
Homestead, PI Kappa Alpha. 

HOOKER, MARY ELLEN, B.A., Psychology, Ft. 
Myers, PsI Chi, Pres., Veep., Student Advisor, 
Hatter Holiday Comm., SUB. Canterbury 
Club, Vestry, Sailing Club, Secy. 

HUGGARD, KATHLEEN E., B.A., Elementary 
Education, German, Sun City Center, Kappa 
Delta Pi, Student Advisor, Jr. Year Abroad, 
Stetson Reporter, SGA, SFEA. 



Follies, Director, BSU, Editor I9t7 HATTER, 
Stover Theatre Productions. 

JAMES, PATRICIA M., B.A., Education, Pat- 
terson, Ga., Delta Delta Delta, Veep., Pledge 
Trainer, Kappa Delta PI, Pres., House Council, 
Student Advisor, Parent's Weekend Comm. 

JOHNSTON, GREGORY A., B.S., Chemistry, 
Ormond Beach, Lambda Chi Alpha, Student 
Advisor, Intramurals, All Star Track, Bad- 
minton, Golf, Ping Pong, Golf Team. 

JULIAN, SHERRILLE, B.A., English, Sanford. 

K 

KNIGHT, EUGENE W., B.S., Physics, Deland, 
Sigma PI Sigma, Pres. 

KNIGHTS, BONNIE LEE, B.A., Elementary Edu- 
cation, Dayfona Beach, Phi Mu, Correspond- 
ing Secretary, Registrar, Chaplain, Honor 
Roll, Dean's List, American Guild of Organ- 
ists, Lutheran Student' Association, Univer- 
sity Chorus. 

KOHN, RICHARD D., B.B.A., Business Adm., 
St. Petersburg Beach, PI Kappa Alpha, Treas- 
urer. 






JACKSON, DON, B.A., Social Sciences, Grif- 
fin, Ga., PI Kappa Phi, Theta Alpha Phi, 
Sigma PI Kappa, Gamma Theta Upsllon, 
Honor Roll, Fresh. Senator, Homecoming 
Comm., Parent's Weekend Comm., Hatter 
Holiday Comm., Chrmn., Parent's Weekend 




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LEE, MICHAEL E., B.A., Sociology, St. Peters- 
burg Beach, Honor Roll, Dean's List, Hatter 
Holiday Comm., Parent's Weekend Comm. 
Homecoming Comm., Hatter Executive Staff 
Stover Theatre Productions. 

LinLE, MARGARET E., B.A., Elementary Edu 
cation, Clearwater, Intramurals, SFEA, Pub 
lications Officer. 

LORENZO. MARCOS F., B.S., Biology, Sara 
sota, Sigma Phi Epsllon, Public Relations. 
Frat. Reporter. Canterbury Club, Program 
Chairman, Varsity Soccer Team, Intramurals 
SUB Social Comm., SUB Cultural Comm., 
Senior Social Comm., Senior Commencement 
Comm. 

M 

MADDOCK, PETER W., B.S., Math., Ft. Lauder- 
dale, Sigma Nu, Honor Roll, Green Feather 
Carnival. Co-Chairman, Parent's Weekend 
Comm., Tennis, All Conference Team, Intra- 
murals, All Star. 

MARCH, BOBBIE, B.A., English, Bridgeport. 
Conn., Zeta Tau Alpha, Social Chrmn., Rush 
Chrmn., Pres., Sigma Tau Delta, Honor Roll, 
Dean's List, SUB Commons Comm., Intra- 
murals, Greek Week Comm., Homecoming 
Comm., Green Feather Comm.. Players Guild 

MASTRY DENNIS MICHAEL. B.B.A., Acting, 
Belize, British Honduras, Delta Sigma Phi, 
Chaplain, Treasurer. Traffic Dept., Treasurer. 
Traffic Dept., Treasurer, Canterbury Club, 
Intramurals. 



MATHERS, PHYLLIS A., B.A., Elementary Edu- 
cation. Umatilla, Zeta Tau Alpha, Gamma 
Theta Upsilon, Baptist Student Union, SFEA 
Intramurals. 

McBRYDE. BILL, B.B.A., General Business, Co- 
lumbia, South Carolina, Pi Kappa Alpha, Sec- 
retary, Vice Pres., Intramurals, R.O.T.C. Rifle 
Team, Interfraternity Council, Vice Pres. 

McCUNE, MAUREEN, B.A., Elementary Edu- 
cation, Sarasota, Phi Mu, Chaplain, Newman 
Club. Secretary. Intramurals, SFEA. 

McGARITY, BETSY FERRAN. B.A., Elementary 
Education, Eustis, Delta Delta Delta. 

MECHLING, JAY EDMUND, B.A., American 
Studies, Miami Beach, Omlcron Delta Kappa, 
Vice Pres.. Pi Kappa Delta, Pres., Theta 
Alpha Phi. Vice Pres. Phi Alpha Theta, Phi 
Society, Order of Scroll and Key, Pres., 
Who's Who. 

MEDRANO. GENA, B.A., Psy. and Spanish, 
Miami, Delta Delta Delta, Pledge Class Pres., 
Frat. Education. Activities Chrmn.. Sigma 
Delta Pi, Psl Chi, Tassel, Vice Pres., Who's 
Who, Parent's Weekend Comm., Homecoming 
Alumni Registration Chrmn., Green Feather 
Comm, President's Cabinet, Sec. of Public 
Relations. Senior Senator, Student Adviser, 
Orientation Week: Social Comm., Information 
Comm., Senior Class Social Chrmn., Hatter 
Beauty Editor, SUB, Hospitality Comm., Build- 
ing Comm. Chrmn., Intramurals, Stover The- 
atre Productions, Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent 
Court. 




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MIDKIFF, LYNN E.. II, B.A., English, Deltona, 
Wesley Foundation, Sr. Class Commence- 
ment Comm.. ROTC Rifle Team, Pershing 
Rifles Marching Band, Intra-Dormitory Coun- 
cil. 

MOORE, JAMES RONALD. B.B.A.. Account- 
ing, New Brockton, Alabama, Sigma Nu, 
Commander, Varsity Basketball, Co-Captain, 
Fraternity Intramurals, S Club. Account- 
ing Club. Senior Service Award from ODK. 

MORGAN. DAVID M.. A.B.. English, Miami, 
Pi Kappa Phi. Archon. Chaplain. Alumni Rela- 
tions Chrmn.. Rush Chrmn., Pledge Treas., 
Green Circle. Omicron Delta Kappa, Jr. 
Senator. Sr. Senator, Pres., Chrmn. Elections 
and Appts. Com., Chrmn. Commons Comm., 
Co-Chrmn. Orientation Week Comm., Chrmn. 
Green Feather Carnival, BSU, Pres., Social 
Co-Chrmn., Youth Director, Student Revival 
Team, Vice Pres., State BSU, Religious Life 
Council. Homecoming hlost. Resident Adviser. 

MORGAN, HELEN RAE, B.A., Sociology, 
Miami, Pi Beta Phi, Pledge Project Chrmn., 
Corresponding Sec, Intramurals, Participa- 
tion Award. 

MORRISS, KATHERINE JANE, B.A., History, 
Westfield, New Jersey, Pi Beta Phi, Record- 
ing Sec, Philanthropies, Pi Phi Times, Phi 
Alpha Theta, Honor Roll, Stetson Hall House 
Council, Recording Sec, Green Feather, In- 
tramurals. 

MORRIS. WILLIAM C, B.A., Pol. Sci., Pen- 
sacola, PI Kappa Phi, Warden, Green Circle, 
Pres., Men's Dorm Council, Vice Pres., Men's 
Judiciary Council, Pres., Student Affairs 
Comm., Intramurals, Scabbard and Blade, 
Circle K. 

N 

NALL, REBECCA LYNNE, B.A., History, Smyr- 
na, Ga., Alpha Xi Delta, Dean's List. Fresh- 
man Scholar. House Council, Intramurals, Stu- 
dent Adv., Parent's Weekend Comm., Canter- 
bury Club. 

NAPOLI, WILLIAM J., B.B.A., Econ., Coral 
Gables, Delta Sigma Phi, Chaplain, Ritual 
Chrmn., Stetson Reporter Staff, Editor of 
Greek Gab, Canterbur/ Vestry, Dir. of Lay 
Reader, Collegiate Council for the U.N., 
Deep South Chrmn., Young Democrat, Circle 
K. 



PADGETT, PHILLIP, B.A.. Speech and Drama. 
Nashville, Tenn., Alpha Chi Omega Big Lyre, 
Honor Roll, Dean's List, Omicron Delta Kap- 
pa, Who's Who, Theta Alpha Phi, Historian, 
Gamma Theta Upsilon, SUB Comms.: Green 
Feather, Homecoming, Parent's Weekend, 
Orientation. Educ Films, HAHER Staff, 
Assis. Layout Editor, Compass Staff, Art and 
Design, Student Director of Stover Theatre, 
BSU, Student Adv. 

PAULA, JUNE, A.B., Spanish, Hallandale, Sig- 
ma Delta PI, Honor Roll, Jr. Yr. Abroad. 

PHILLIPS, REBECCA JO, B.A., English, Ft. 
Lauderdale, Alpha Chi Omega, Pledge Class 
Pres., Lyre Editor, Panhellenic Repres., Rush 
Chrmn., Pres., Dean's List, Honor Roll, Wom- 
en's Executive Council, Student Gov. Cabinet, 
Sec. of Student Affairs. Stover Theatre Bus. 
Manager, Greek Week Comm., Sec 

PHILLIPS THOMAS ANDREW, B.B.A., Account- 
ing, Schenectady, New York, Westminster 
Fellowship. Pres., Religious Life Council. 

PLUMER, JANN, B.A., English, Pahokee, Delta 
Delta Delta, Pledge Class Sec, Correspond- 
ing Sec, Marshall. Phi Beta. Vice Pres., Tas- 
sel, Mortar Board, Historian, House Council, 
Women's Exec. Council, Pres. of Stetson Hall, 
Homecoming Comm., Wesley Foundation, 
Religious Life Council, Intramurals, SUB 
Hostess, SUB Publicity Comm. 

POZDENA, GWENDOLYN H., B.S., Biology, 
Darien, Conn., Phi Mu. Pledge Trainer, Pan- 
hellenic Delegate, House Manager, West- 
minster, Student Adviser, Junior Counselor, 
Intramurals. 




328 



PIKE, RACHEL, B.A., American Studies, Naples, 
Zeta Tau Alpha, House Chrmn., Sigma P 
Kappa, Secretary, Emily Hall House Council 
President, Women's Executive Council, Par 
ent's Weekend Comm., Publicity Chrmn., Stu 
dent Adviser, Stetson Reporter, Columnist, 
Features Editor, Managing Editor, COMPASS 
Staff, Panhellenic Honorary. 

PICKERING, ROY, B.M.E., Music Education, 
Prince Edward Island, Canada, Kappa Kappa 
Psi, President, Pep Band Leader, National 
Band Honorary. 

PICHARD, MARY FLORENCE, B.A., English, 
DeLand, Alpha Xi Delta, Pledge Chaplain, 
Historian, Treasurer, Scholarship Chrmn., Phi 
Society, Secretary, Order of the Scroll and 
Key, Treasurer, Sigma Tau Delta, Treasurer, 
Stetson Hall House Council, Senate Com- 
munications and Public Affairs Comm., Elec- 
tions Comm., Baptist Student Union, State 
Vice Pres., Program Chrmn., Social Chrmn., 
Student Adviser, Tassel, Student Union Board 
Hospitality Chrmn., Recording Sec, Greek 
Week Comm., Secretary. 

R 

RAYMOND, DRUCILLA, Spanish, Ormond 
Beach, Sigma Delta Pi. 

REDDING, SAGE, B.A., English, Monroe, La., 
Phi Mu, Song Leader, Phi Beta, Sigma Tau 
Delta, HATTER Staff, Photographer, Wesley 
Foundation, Honor Roll, Mademoiselle Col- 
lege Board. 

RENCHER, ARLEN RYBOLT, B.B.A., Manage- 
ment Mrktng., Orlando, Alpha Chi Omega, 
Scholarship Chrmn., House Manager, Aspley 
Scholarship Award. 





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REPASS, DAVID MICHAEL, BJ^.. English, 
Naples. Delta Sigma Phi, President, Dean's 
List, Honor Roll. Omicron Delta Kappa, 
Green Circle. Men's Judiciary Council, Sec. 

President. Intramurals. 
ROBERTS. JAN MORGAN, B.B.A., Econ., Caz- 
enovla, New York, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Presi- 
dent. Scholarship Chrmn.. House Manager, 
Interfraternity Council, Men's Judiciar, 
Council. Canterbury Club. Scabbard and 
Blade, Pershing Rifles. Executive Officer, 1st 
Lieut., ROTC. Intramurals. 
RODGERS, SUSAN, B.S., Biology, Valdosta. 
Georgia, Transfer -from Auburn Univ.. Delta 
Delta Delta. Chaplain, B.S.U., Cabinet Mem- 
ber. Tri Beta, Pres., Concert Choir, T Squad, 
SUB Hostess, Parent's Weekend Comm., SUB 
Cultural Comm. 
ROMANS. LARRY, BA., Econ., West Palm 
Beach, Pi Kappa Delta. Phi Alpha Theta, 
Secretary. Treasurer. Stetson Union Board, 
Rep.-at-large, Recording Sec. Liberal Arts 
School Senator. Chrmn. of Organizations and 
Finance Comm., Sec. of Constitutional Re- 
vision Comm., Student Affairs Comm.. Men's 
Residence Hall Council. Secretary. Canter- 
bury Club. Young Democrats, Vice Pres., De- 
bate Team, Green Circle. 
RUSSUM, NELLYE. B.A.. Elementary Education 
Ft. Pierce. Phi Mu. Wheel Award, Historian, 
Honor Roll, Co-Chrmn. Freshmen Orlentatio' 
Committee, Social Chrmn. Freshmen Orient. 
Comm., SUB Hospitality Comm., Hatter Holi- 
day Comm.. Green Feather Comm., HATTER 
Staff, Beauty Editor. Stetson Reporter, Bap- 
tist Student Union. Inter-Denomlnalizatior- 
Tutoring Comm.. Junior Counselor, Chaudol" 
House Council Member, Secretary-Chaudol^ 
Hall, Student Fla. Educ. Assoc, Intramurals. 





SHAFER, LYNN. B.S., Biology, Sarasota. Delta 
Delta. Pres., Beta Beta Beta, Jr. Counselor, 
Assls. Dorm Director. 

SEARING EARL BURGE, JR., B.M., Piano. 
Starke. Scroll and Key. 

SHUCHART. MARY E, B.B.A., General Busi- 
ness, Alpha XI Delta. Honor Roll. Dean's List 
Aspley Award. Student Adviser, Newman 
Club. 

SMARTT. JAMES M.. B.BJ^., General Business, 
Abington. Pa.. Delta Sigma Phi, PJedgemaster, 
Honor Roll, IFC Representative. Sec, Pres, 
Student Affairs Comm., Inter-fratemify Dis- 
ciplinary Comm.. Greek Week Comm., IFC 
Scholarship Comm. Chrmn.. Intramurals. 

SMITH. DARLENE. BA.. English. Valdosta 
Georgia. Alpha Xi Delta. Chaplain, Sigma 
Tau Delta. Women's Executive Council, Rep- 
resentative. Secretary. President. Hatter Holi- 
day Co-Chrmn.. Orientation Week Co-Chrmn.. 
Tassel, President, Mortar Board, Editor. Who's 
V/ho In Amer. Colleges and Universities. 
BSU, Devotional Co-Chrmn., Minister to 
Freshmen. 

SNEIDER. PAUL BARRY. B.B^i., Accounting. 
Fort Lauderdale. Sigma Nu, Social Chrmn.. 
Pledge Trainer. Accounting Club. Honor 
Roll, Business School Senator. Judicial and 
Rules Comm.. Intramurals. 

SPIVEY, BARRY FRANK. B.A., English, DeLand 
Lambda Chi Alpha. Secretary. Social Chrmr. 
President, Senator. Business Relations Council 
Orientation Week Comm., Student Adviser 
Senior Gift Comm., Greek Week Comm.. 
Treas.. Co-Chrmn.. Greer Circle, Scabbard 
and Blade Resident Adviser, Interfraternity 
Council. Intramural Track. 

SPRINGER. JAMES LARRY. B.B^.. Business 
Administration, Bradenton, Beta Alpha Sigma. 
Student Adviser. 

SWEENEY. ANNE LEE. A.B., Bementary Educa- 
tion. Kappa Delta Pi. Honor Roll. SFEA. 



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THOMAS, GEORGENA PYLKAS, B.A., Amer. 
Studies, Pinellas Park, Alpha XI Delta, Rush 
Sec, Journal Corres., Stetson Scholar, Honor 
Roll, Dean's List, Phi Society, Scroll and Key, 
Kappa Delta Pi, Vice Pres., E. B. Malone 
Scholar, Tassel, Student Adviser, Green Feath- 
er Comm., Rec. Sec, Hatter Holiday Comm., 
Stetson Union Board, Publicity Chairman, 
Rec. Secretary., S. G. Elections Comm., Junior 
Counselor, Who's Who In American Colleges 
and Universities, Westminster Fellowship, Ex- 
ecutive Council, Enlistment Chrmn., Room 
Chrmn., Wesley Foundation, Hostess, Compass 
Staff, Intramurals. 

THOMAS, JAMES H., JR., B.A., Psy. and 
Math, Ft. Pierce, Sigma Nu, Scholarship 
Chrmn., Psi Chi, Vice Pres., Kappa Delta Pi, 
Dean's List, Honor Roll, Green Circle, Omi- 
cron Delta Kappa, Who's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities, Men's Council, Stu- 
dent Adviser, Hatter Holiday Comm., West- 
minster Fellowship, Executive Council, Wesley 
Foundation, Compass Staff, Varsity Baseball, 
Capt., Intramurals. 

THOMPSON, BENJAMIN WARREN, JR., B.S., 
Pre-Law, Jacksonville, Pi Kappa Phi, Dorm 
Council, Basketball. 

TROXEL, THEODORE J., B.B.A., Act., Ft. Laud.er- 
dale, Sigma Nu, Reporter, Scholarship Chrmn., 
Treas., Scabbard and Blade, Omicron Delta 
Kappa, Accounting Club, Business School Sen- 
ator, Pres. of Business School, Organizations 
and Finance Comm., Homecoming Comm., 
Parent's Weekend Comm., Canterbury Club, 
Varsity Baseball, "S" Club, Intramurals, Di- 
rector of Men's Intra., ROTC, Brigade Com- 
mander, Distinguished Military Student, Honor 
Roll. 

TUBB, JOHN B„ B.B.A,, Business Administration, 
Pre-Law, Green Circle, Hatter Holiday Com., 
Sigma Pi Kappa, Stetson Reporter, Bus. 
Manager, Westminster Fellowship, Pres., Resi- 
dent Adviser, Beta Alpha Sigma, Chaplain, 
SUB, Vice Pres., Films, Comm. Chrmn. 

U 

UPSHAW, MARY CURTIS, B.A., American 
Studies, Jacksonville, Gamma Theta Upsilon, 
Pres., Historian, Tassel, Stetson Scholar, Rec- 
ords and Research Comm. Chrmn., Hatter 
Holiday Comm., SUB, Publicity Comm., Cul- 
tural Comm., Hospitality Comm., Religious 
Life Council, BSU Fresh. Council, Senior Mis- 
sionary to Mexico, Compass Staff, Reporter 
Staff, Sigma Pi Kappa, Sailing Club, Univer- 
sity Chorus, SUB, Stover Theatre Productions, 
Players' Guild, Student Advisor. 



VEGA, RAMON, B.B.A., Accounting, Guayama, 
Puerto Rico, Student Gov. Treas., Canterbury 
Club, Vestry, Accountancy Club, Treas., In- 
ternational Club, Pres. 

W 

WALKER, ELIZABETH ANN, B.A., English, and 
Speech, Miramar, Pi Kappa Delta, Sigma Tau 
Delta, Theta Alpha Phi, Sec, Treas., Vice 
Pres., House Council, Children's Theatre, Hon- 
or Code Comm. 

WALKER, WILLIAM CHARLES, B.B.A., Gen- 
eral Business, DeLand. 

WATSON, ROBERT, B.A., Psychology, Honeoye, 
New York, Sigma Nu, House Manager, His- 
torian, Varsity Baseball Manager. 

WEST, JOHN RALPH, B.B.A., Accounting, Lake- 
land, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Controller, Social 
Chrmn., Accountancy Club, Sec, Wesley 
Foundation, Intramurals, Golf All Star. 

WIGGINS, WILLIAM WEBB, JR., B.M. Organ, 
Cedartown, Georgia, Green Circle, Vice 
Pres., Honor Roll, Omicron Delta Kappa, 
Student Gov. Senator, Music School Pres., 
Orientation Week Comm., Student Adviser, 
BSU, Executive Council, Religious Life Coun- 
cil, Amer. Guild of Organists, Sec, Concert 
Choir, T Squad. 




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WILKERSON, STEVE, B.A., Religion, Albany, 
Georgia, Pi Kappa Phi, Archon, Chaplain 
Stetson Scholar, Student Gov. Senator, Pres, 
of Fresh., Soph., and Jr. Classes, Chairman 
Labor, Student Services Comm., Chairman 
Hatter Holiday Comm., B.S.U., Pres., Fresh- 
man Council, Ministerial Association, Pres., 
Omicron Delta Kappa, Outstanding Fresh- 
man, Who' Who In American Colleges and 
Universities. 

WILKERSON, TERRI JO, B.A., English, Jack 
sonville. Delta Delta Delta, Marshal, Pres. 
Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma Tau Delta, Phi Society 
Kate Ellis Karlen Award, Hatter Holiday 
Comm., Homecoming Comm., Women's Stu 
dent Gvt., House Council, Mortar Board 
Pres., Who's Who in American Colleges and 
Universities. 

WILLIAMS, ANITA BROOKS, B.S., Math, St. 
Petersburg, Alpha XI Delta, Treas., House 
Chrmn., Assis. Treas., Intramurals Chrmn., 
Quill Board, Pledge Scholarship Chrmn., 
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Honor Roll, Dean's List, 
Stetson Scholar, Intramurals, Outstanding 
Freshman Math Major. 

WILSON, MARY GLENN, B.S., Math, Tampa, 
Sigma Pi Sigma, Hatter Holiday Comm., SUB 
Social Comm., Sec, BSU, Freshman Council 
Enlistment Chrmn., Ministry to Freshmen. 
YWA, Stewardship Chrmn., Vice Pres., Treas., 
Pres. of State Council for Florida, Student 
Adviser, University Scholar, Selby Science 
Scholar, Honor Roll. 

WOOD, SHIRLEY, B.A., Math, Bradenton, 
Kappa Mu Epsilon. Sec, Honor Roll, Dean's 
List, Student Adviser, SUB Social Comm., 
Young Women's Auxiliary. Treas., Interde- 
nominational Tutoring Comm., SFEA. 




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YAKOTS, NANCY ZANE, B.A., Eng. Lit., De- 
Land, Pi Beta Phi, Vice Pres., Pan Hellenic 
Delegate, Asst. Treas., Asst. Pledge Trainer, 
Tassel, Signna Tau Delta, Emily House Coun- 
cil, Panhellenic Social Chrnnn., Chrnnn. Green 
Feather Comm., Student Adviser, Orienta- 
tion Comm., HATTER Staff, Canterbury Club, 
Lannbda Chi Alpha Crescent Court, ROTC 
Sponsor. 

YATES, WILMA LOU, B.S., Math, Ft. Lauder- 
dale, Stetson Scholar, Honor Roll, Dean's 
List, Borden Foundation Freshman Award, 
Academic Council Freshman Year, Academic 
Council Soph. Year Aaward, Sigma PI Sigma, 
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Phi Society, Student Ad- 
viser, V/omen's Executive Council, Publicity 
Comm. of SUB, BSU, Sec. of Fresh. Council, 
Student Fla. Education Assoc, Tassel, Treas., 
Concert Choir. T. Squad, Key Member. 

YORK, FRED, B.A., Political Science, St. Peters- 
burg, Hatter Holiday Comm., President's Ex- 
ecutive Comm., Managing Editor, Editor, the 
Stetson Reporter, Sigma PI Kappa, Pres., 
Educational and Cultural Film Comm., Chrmn., 
Unity of DeLand, Winter Term Evaluation 
Comm. 





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Law School Seniors 



BLUE JAMES M., B.A., Florida State Univer- 
sity, St. Petersburg, President Senior Class, 
President Junior Class, President Phi Delta 
Phi, Who's Who in American Universities and 
Colleges. 

GELMAN, STANLEY B., B.S., Jacbonville Uni- 
versity, Jacksonville, Phi Alpha Delta. 

GREEN, CLINTON MARVIN TYLER, B.B.A., 
and B.A., University of MiannI, Coral Gables, 
Perry Nichols Award winner In Trial Prac- 
tice, National Open Moot Court, Freshman 
Moot Court, Delta Theta Phi, Judge on Moot 
Court. 



HAMILTON, ROBERT LOWERY, B.S., Stetson 
University, Orlando, Honor Court Justice — 
Freshman Class, Secretary Junior Class, Sec- 
retary and President of Phi Alpha Delta, 
Chief Justice of Honor Court — Senior Year, 
Co-editor of THE SENIOR ROSTER, Judge 
Freshman Moot Court, Inter-Fraternity Coun- 
cil, Executive Council of Student Bar Asso- 
ciation. 



HANKAL, JOHN E„ B.A., Stetson University, 
DeLand, Historian Phi Delta Phi, Executive 
Council of Student Bar Association. 

HOLMES, JAY H., B.A., Stetson University, 
Palm Beach, Phi Alpha Delta, Judge, Fresh- 
man Moot Court Competition, Honor Court 
Justice. 

JACOBS, RICHARD O., B.B.A., University of 
Wisconsin, St. Petersburg, Phi Alpha Delta. 

JAMES, CRAIG T., Stetson University, DeLand, 
Delta Theta Phi, Tribune, Freshman Moot 
Court Advocacy Award. 

JOHNSTON, JAMES COVINGTON, B.A., Stet- 
son University, Fort Myers, Phi Alpha Delta, 
State Moot Court, Honor Court Attorney, 
Student Bar Ass'n. Public Defender Program. 

KAY, ALAN, BSBA, Univ. of Fla., St. Peters- 
burg, Pi Delta Phi, State Moot Court Com- 
petition, Treasurer Student Bar Ass'n. 

CATON, DON J., B.S. Fla. State, Pensacola, 
Outstanding Frosh. in Moot Court, Justice 
of Honor Court Junior Year, Vice-Pres. of 
Senior Class, Pi Alpha Delta. 

MACPHERSON, GILBERT PENDLETON, B.A., 
Univ of Miami, Clearwater, Vice-Pres. Frosh. 
Class, Junior Class Honor Court Rep., Treas- 
urer of Phi Alpha Delta. 



MIDDLETON, HARLON CLESTER. BSJ, Univ. 
of Fla., Palatka, Historian of Phi Delta Pi 
Inns of Court Council, Student Bar Assn., 
Delegate to the Fifth Circuit Conf. of the 
American Law Students Assn. 

GATES, CHARLES HARMON, B.A., Univ. of 
Fla., Daytona Beach, Chairman of Inns of 
Court, Nat'l Moot Court, Christian Legal 
Society, Vice-Pres. Student Body, Vice-Pres. 
Junior Class, Honor Roll Spring 1966, Public 
Fall Semesters 1966. 

SCHULTZ, ROBERT, B.S., In Journalism, Univ. 
of Michigan. Pi Alpha Delta. Dana Scholar- 
ship, Pres. Frosh. Class. 

SMITH, J. RON, B.S.A., University of Florida, 
Wauchula, Student Bar Assn., Pres., Marshal, 
Phi Alpha Delta, Pres., Who's Who In Amer- 
ican Universities and Colleges. 

TERRELL, JAMES T., B.A., Jacksonville, Phi 
Delta Phi, Charles P. Dana Scholar, Moot 
Court, Public Defender Clinic. 

TRALCAS, ANDREW PETER, B.A., University 
of Florida, Winter Haven, Phi Delta Phi, 
Moot Court, Barristers Club. Chairman. 

WILSON, CRAIG ROWE, B.S., Florida State 
University, West Palm Beach, Phi Delta Phi. 




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The Party's Over 



It's all over now, except for the waiting; and 
by the time you read this that will be over too. 
It all started sometime last spring when the 
Publications Board gave me the O.K. to run, 
so Nancy, Elaine, Mia, Laura, and I built a 
rocket ship in Alden's Backyard. 

Then came the time to pick a staff. "L'Heur- 
eux, if you can't be my managing editor why 
not layout editor — it won't take nearly as much 
time." We all settled down when we found 
Edwards. The staff began to grow and the edi- 
tors were found — it turned out to be a very 
congenial group. 

We soon found out that this espirit de corps 
was a weakness rather than a strength. There 
were days that passed when none of us did 
anything but play "Gully, Gully", "Plate", and 
have the occasional record player. 

Franc was to do classes but not alone. I was 
very happy to find that Kris had given up cheer- 
leading to bring up her grades. We never were 
really sure of what happened to all of the pic- 
tures and weren't sure until the end that we 
wouldn't have a few white spaces. 

Then came Miss HATTER, and all Nellye had 
to do was "woods it." The first trip almost 
brought an end to it, while merrily picking 
yellow flowers it seems she came upon a snake. 

Anyway we had a pygmy and a fat splc. 
Then came a fuzzy historian. Janice really 
pulled the Greeks out; in some cases with no 
pictures. 

Now when Sandy said she's be Organizations 
Editor I'm sure she didn't know that she'd be 
using the Instamatic. I'm still wondering how 
268 and 269 got there, and we'll never know 
how 271 and 272 would look. 

When we got to sports, I think Rick wished 
he could have at least had the Instamatic. A 
beautiful job of setting up! 

Janie innocently dropped by the office last 
spring and has been there almost ever since. 
I told her Fine Arts would be no problem, but 
it's funny how pictures can seem to be missing. 



As deadlines drew nearer, the job became 
more like work. The 3:30 to 5:30 office hours 
began to yawn and stretch until we were 
working most of the night. But It still wasn't 
really a chore. Besides the staff, there were 
always several people who dropped Into the 
office and made things less hectic. People like 
Randl Bishop and Ken Taylor always had some- 
thing complimentary to say and always listened 
to our problems. We were too far gone for 
help, but I really appreciated them livening 
things up. Suddenly we realized it was over! 
Now nothing but the waiting, yet this "big 
wait" wouldn't have been possible without 
Misenhelmer. Now we didn't care if she got 
married as long as she sent copy from Green- 
ville, S.C. She did — now here we are. In her 
words, "it was a lot of work." 

It was; but you know something? It was 
worth It! ! 

D.J. 




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