THE 1969 HATTER
TABLES OF CONTENTS
THE YEAR 14
Spring 1968 16
Spring 1969 66
Student Leadership 96
Business School. 232
Music School , , 234
Liberal Arts School 236
LAW SCHOOL 288
THE COMMUNITY 304
SENIOR DIRECTORY 316
M/c alt had iometnina. in mind.
_^ imatt cantpui,
lA/nere recoanition wai an excuie for qreetina,
(AJkere profeSiori knew if our full name but called uou bu uour firit,
UUnere uou could qel to know the dean, iomekow.
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_y(t kandiome college,
lAJhere araii wai not a place to keep off of,
_y4na little uelloiv paltni were not Spaced in pots aloncf sideuiatki
lAJliere trees were oiq and areen and natural,
Ciood for iifina under, or wandering through, or thinking amon^.
_^/i academic communilu,
lA/here i^ou could itudu if uou need to,
\Jr wanted to,
lA/nere graded were earned and not rewarded.
_/^ town where trie clerk remembered Hour inoe size,
lAJnere the wfiote population wad in the i^hriitmai parade,
Where 5 p.m. did not mean caod, copi, and carbon monoxide.
_^ climate where winter meant tona ileevei, ontu,
.y^nd froit wai iomethina wonderful and rare.
we were LooKinq for,
^ome of ui found part of it,
^ome of ui overtoohea wnat we found,
^ome of ui tooned furtner.
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HaHer Holiday, 1968
Since Stetson's social emphasis is on the
Fall Semester, Hatter Holiday provides an
accent for an otherwise neglected portion
of the year.
Activity and relaxation, competition and
fellowship all find their way into the after-
noon. Broken eggs, beauty contestants, bath-
ing suits, boating and bagging are Hatter
Holiday, and Hatter Holiday is Stetson in
Mr. and Miss Stetson Contest, 1968
During Hatter Holiday, Mr. and Miss Stet-
son are chosen from the representatives of
The week preceeding the contest is filled
with interviews, preparations and sittings
with the photographer. Tensions produced
by this seemingly endless week were cli-
maxed with the announcement, Mr. and
Miss Stetson for 1968-69 ... Mr. Frank
Thomas and Miss Dee Lewis.
"JOAN: . . . Dear my God, Forgive me,
and keep me now to be myself. Forgive me
and take me back for what I am. . . ."
ending and beginning . . . professors and
friends . . . Hully Tower and Elizabeth Hall
. . . palm trees and forests . . . frustration
and freedom . . . laughter and tears . . .
youth and age . . . love and life . . . Grad-
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Fifty years of intermittent efforts to secure
a swimming pool for Stetson were realized
in August with its dedication by President
Geren. The dedication ceremony featured
University President, Dr. Paul Geren; Dean
of Women, Miss Etter Turner; Student Gov-
ernment Secretary, Miss Marsha Gelbart;
and Student Government Vice President,
An unexpected end came to the afternoon
when several of Stetson's administrators
were thrown, fully clothed, into the new
Who could get lost in a place this small?
. . . Now, which door do I go in? . . . No,
that's my roomate's name . . . It's a good
thing we don't have curfew . . . Sign out
of what? . . . Yes, I remember you from
yesterday (maybe we'll become friends) . . .
Cokes and smiles and conversation after
party parties . . . smokers . . . hopeful
looks on happy faces . . . kids . . . happi-
ness and hurt . . . brotherhood and sister-
hood . . . that's what life is all about . . .
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My Fair Lady
"Of course she matters. What do you think
I've been doing all these months? What
could possibly matter more than to take a
human being and change her into a dif-
ferent being by creating a new speech for
her? Why, it's filling up the deepest gulf
that separates class from class, and soul
from soul. She matters immensely."
Student Government Elections
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The 1969 M/ss Hatter Contest
Music, dresses, beautiful girls
le Waters,a new Miss Hatter.
Comes but once or twice a year . . .
Stetson thinking beyond itself
ing . . . together.
The Love Potion
Election Year, ^68
First you have to assume that something
can be done. Then you do it. Results? . . .
Not always fast or spectacular, but slowly
. . . Extension of hours, off-campus housing
next year, Friday night open house, cigar-
ette machines. Elimination of strict proba-
tion by Men's Council, PR/301, more dan-
ces, petitions. Students on important com-
mittees. Students talking to trustees. Class
attendance policies up to individual pro-
fessors. Curriculum evaluation, record clubs,
book exchanges. Better food (sometimes). . .
Some call it "enthusiasm," Some label it
"student power," Some rightly talk about
freedom, responsibility, and maturity,
others call it "irresponsibility," Why not sim-
ply say, "We're trying to make the school
we go to a better place to be?'
Bill Gaventa, President SGA
Where once there was nature, now there
s man . . . for better or for worse . . .
Sue Bender, Eleanor Todd, Toni Walter, Dee Lewis, 1969 Military Boll Queen, Terry McNamaro, Sandy Williams-.
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Snow Queen Contestants
Snow Queen, Ginny Rand and Snowman, Mike Jarrard.
Finals. . .
are an obscenity.
Choir singing under star-studded veil of
black velvet . . . sparks fronn the Yuietide
fire carrying us through two thousand years
of night time darkness ... to the night that
a child saved the earth in the hope that
earth might save itself for its children . . .
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G-113 . . . friendship born of shared con-
fusion . . . new ideas in rapid-fire . . . West
and Non-West . . . weekly test ... a bell
shaped curve . . . mini-mester, 1969 . . .
Some needs are filled by the warm glow
of a candle. Some needs are filled by being
with friends, talking quietly and listening to
music. Some needs are filled by loud, un-
ashamed, free laughter and clapping, or
private tears. Some needs ore filled by
making music or making friends.
Needs are filled by being yourself . . .
needs are filled by the Cellar Door.
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The Orchestra. . .
Hours of practice . . . anxiety-ridden
. . . the language of sound . . . concen-
tration of hands and mind and heart
... a living art.
Memories of the old . . . awakening to the
new . . . nostalgia and change . . . tradi-
tion and love . . . your alma mater, 1969.
Invitations accepted, the campus overflows
with parents ... a time to catch up on all
the news and show them your world . . .
events scheduled . . . events missed ... a
time to entertain . . . the Follies, The Birds,
the President's Reception ... for the first
time, they're following you . . . they under-
stand you a little better . . . Parent's Week-
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Student Publications Committee
Mr. Fred York, Rodney Morgan, Dr. Ann Morris, Ed Jones, Jim Jarrard, Debbie Dull, Rod Taylor, Jane Brown, Sam McLaughlin.
The 1969 Hatter
Faculty and Administration Editor
Faculty and Administration Editor
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Bob Lenna, Editor
Mike Pennington, Sports Editor
Vern Deseor, Feature Editor
Julie Swain, Executive Assistant
Janet Crossley, Greek Gab Editor
Jeffery Kneen, Business Manager
David Coville, Executive Assistant
Gregory Price, Sports
Jennifer Johns, Executive Assistant
Jane Brown, Laurie Lawrence, Betty Margolin
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ON THIS JOB
a magazine of the arts,
edited and published
at stetson university
Rod Taylor, Potsy Duncan, Dan Vining.
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Women^s Executive Council
Executive Branch of the Associated Women Students
First row: Susan Jones, Evelyn Solheim,. Cindy Fuller, Jane Eckert, Betsy Hester, Jan Sullivan. Second row: Neno Heald, Janet
C. McCullough, Kattiy Dehoney, Marilyn Tollant, Sandy Berwald, Crys Sawyer.
Men's Judiciary Council
Men Students' Disciplinary Council
First row: Elliot Perny, Mike Campbell, Bill Armour, Rob Taylor, Jim Davis. Second row: Skip Harris, Steve Woods, Jerry Rail-
ey, Jon Mills, Jim Crawford, Jerry Morales.
Bill Gaventa, Presidenr
Jim Jarrard, Vice-President
Wanda Pasnicky, Treasurer
Jane Gilbart, Secretary
Dr. Andrews, Advisor
Rob Taylor, Secretary of Traffic Control
Vern DeSeor, Secretary of Elections
Sfiaron Beasley, Corresponding Secretary
Ron Crews, Cfiaploin
Barry Gladden, Parliamentarian
Janet McCullough, John Swann.
Toni Walter, Roy Brown.
Cindy Fuller, Ralph Cline.
Bill Armour, Kathy Brown.
Tim O'Keefe George Retter
Student Union Board
Representative at Large
Collegiate Masons and Demolay
Dr. Daniel O'Keefe, Elliot Perny, Steve Shoemaker, Jon Mills, Bob Jordon, Steve West, Dr. Gilbert Lycon, John Swann, Chic
Myer, Ray Johnson, Bill Curtis, Rick Estes, Bill Armour.
Alpha Kappa Psi
First row: Steve Moynahon, Kirk Glenn, Wallace Thurston, Clyde Walker, Bill Armour, Elliot Perny, Jerry Railey, Carl Lind-
gren. Second row; Richard Goff, Bob Letson. Third row: Mr. Ray Jones, Wayne Hodgeboom, Mike Jordan, Jim Knollenberg, Bob
Holland, Bill Matthews, Lorry Densmore, Tim O'Keefe, Stanley Wade, Jim Gilbert, Mike Baker. Fourth row: Bob Tonry, Don
Moore, Mike Swartz, Joe Masters (Advisor), Sam McLaughlin, Fred Brown, Bill Boerner, Paul Blankenship, John Gorman, Mike
Luker, Doug Murray, Richard Herman, Bruce Weaver.
Beta Beta Beta
National Biology Honorary
Bruce DeGrove, Carol Price, Jane Roork, Laura Kircher, Bob Douville, Dr. Prichard, Mrs. Wojcik, Carol MocGregor.
Delta Phi Alpha
National German Honorary
Frank Thomas, Mrs. Ingeborge Frank, Barbara Braxton, Dr. Larcher, Der Kleine Larcher, Dr. Larcher, Mark Borkowski, Larry Robertson.
Gamma Sigma Epsilon
National Honorary Chemistry Fraternity
First row; Salem Attiga, Anna Barber, James Werntz. Second row: Martin Cupery, Dr. James DeLap, Julius Barnhordt.
Gamma Theta Upsilon
National Geography Fraternity
Walter Jants, Dean Robert S. Chauvin, Margaret Disney, Ray Johnson,
Kappa Kappa Psi
National Honorary Band Fraternity for Men
Pete DeLacy, Rusty Simmons, Steve Holcomb, Bob Fore, Don Travis, Ben Cox, Chuck McKnight, Greg Lonnman, Alan Coates,
Art Kimbrough, Mike Campbell, Frank Hunt.
Phi Alpha Theta
National History Honorary Society
First row: Dr. Sutherland, Dr. Lycan, Dr. Lovelace, Dr. Evans, Dr. Johnson, Dr. Critoph, Dr. Wynn. Second row: Hal Herzog,
Bob Lenna, Bill Perry, Andy Burnette, Keith Alan, Dot Mare, Millaine Wooley, Carney Craven, Pat Silvers, Nancy Dalsis.
Pi Kappa Delta
Miss Martha Womack, Bruce Rose, Bonnie Walker, Rachel Rajchel, Al Dawson, Margo Mitts, Fred Church.
Sigma Pi Kappa
Local Journalism Honorary
Ed Jones, Dean Bunch, Bob Lenna, Jim Jarrord, Steve Hess, Sam McLaughlin, Leora Brown, Debbie Dull.
Sigma Tau Delta
National English Honorary
Jane Brown, Carol Durronce, Kay Aaron, Dr. Byron Gibson, Twylo Bishop, Charlotte Zitis.
Sigma Pi Sigma
National Physics Honorary
First row: Diane Winchester, Carlynn Ricks, Candy Wallet, Dr. Hughes, Arthur Chick, F.A. Lick. Second row: R.V. Pinholster,
Tom Minor, Joe Page, Dennis Furman, Dr. Srygley, Dr. Jenkins.
Tau Beta Sigma
National Honorary Band fraternity for Women
Donna Rhodes, Suzanne Staton, Pricilla Marvin, Barbara Bowles.
Theta Alpha Phi
National Dramatic Fraternity
Kothy Rounds, Pat Atkinson, Pete Smollnnan, Helen Braden, Carol Tate, Lorry Grello, Leora Brown, Jeff Messersmith, Ja-
koy Jarvis, Mary Hood, Bob Gleason, Jerry Blades, Bruce VanBlorconri, Rob Wood, Coach Griffiths.
Scroll and Key
Junior and Senior Class Scholastic Honorary Society
First row: George Edwards, Carol McGregor, Penny Ligler. Second row: John Pinholster, David Emerson, Tom Minor, Richard
Liberal Arts School Scholastic Honorary
First row: Jack Johnston, Susan Acree, Lynn Wilkerson, Jean Aliff, George Edwards, Ram Thompson, Jane Vreeland, Katie
Fockele, David Williams. Second row: David Emerson, Carol McGregor, Frank Hunt, Alan Coates, Terry Rowell, Pat Silvers,
Evelyn Solheim, Tom Minor, Gilbert Atnip. Third row: Ginger Willis, Richard Jankowski, Vern Frank, Frank Thomas, Larry Dens-
more, Debbie Dull, John Pinholster.
Susan Jones, Elizabeth Mock, Evelyn Solheim, Lindy Jackson, Elizabeth Gerhart, Bobbi Roberts, Becky Day, Laurie Lawrence
Dawkins, Janet Crossley, Janet McCullough, Polly Thomas, Sandy Sanderson, Sandy Slusher, Janet Burkart, Gaye Layton, Rachel
Steve Shoemaker, Elliot Perny, Dick Mohatfey, Tim O'Keefe, Ralph Cline, Andy Burnett, John Svvonn.
Ken Radebaugh, John Bamford, Jim Dyson, David McCorvy, Roy Brown, Dave Amiot.
Scabbard & Blade
National Military Honor Society
Gary Witchen, Jon Mills, Rodney Morgan, Woody Gingery, Done Starkey, Jim Dyson, Roy Brown, Bill Goventa, Dave
Amiot, Ken Radebough, Robert Pugh.
Women's National Leadership Honorary
•^M'^ C'^ Delta
Bill Stemper, President
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Among Students in American Colleges and Universities
J. Ollie Edmunds
Outstanding Seniors Awards
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Religious Life Council
Sarah McBroom, Nancy West, Jack Mabry, Frank Thomas, Mary Houk, Vern Frank, Ed Jones, George Owens, Ted Wohlfarth,
Baptist Student Union
First row: Steve Shoemaker, Jabez Oyetode, Frank Thomas, Second row: Jack Mabry, Ehzabeth Mock, Bill Baggett, Sylvia Nel-
son, Carol Bozeman, Sandy Slusher, David Groseclose, Vern DeSear, Becky Jowers.
Methodist Student Organization
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First row: Alan Coates, Terri Powell, Sara McBroom, Sharon Gore, Frank Hunt. Second row: Dan Gunter, Elissa Emerson,
Dave Williams, Richard Stewart, Doug Murray, Beth Cook, Carlynn Ricks, Richard Herman, Mary Margaret Houk.
Episcopalian Student Organization
First row: Lewis Long, Lyie Wadsworth, Mardi Hughes, Katie Fockele, Joan Damon, Barbara DeWolfe. Second row; Vince Dix,
Mark Shuttleworth, Jeannie Watson, Nancy Dalsis, Ed Jones, Jane Gilbart, Mike Southward, Gail Moffett.
Christian Science Organization
Ted Wohlfarth, Angie Wohlfarth, Mrs. Barbara Page, Dorothy Ramsey, Sherwood Tiffany, Mrs. Sherwood Tiffany, Joan
Simmons, Bruce Kuhl.
Westminster Fellowship, sponsered bythe
Synod of the Presbyterian Church, engages
in many community welfare activities as
well as providing communion and fellow-
ship amoung college students. During the
past year the group has sponsered a dance
in order to raise money to help support
Chang, their foster child in Taiwon, for
whom they send money each month to
the Christian Children's Fund in Richmond.
They are rewarded with letters from Chang.
Presbyterian Student Organization
Barry Brassard, OIlie Walling, Vernon Frank, Barbara Barr, Marie Sick, Bev Swart, Harland Merriam, Mike Swart.
National Psychology Honorary
Mitch Grant, Jay Younger, Sandy Slusher, Dick Mahaffey, Janet McCullough, EcJ Jones.
First row: Jeff Fryer, Chip Shotwell, Trena Poppard, Ron Crews, Tom Clayton. Second row: Ed Jones, Tim Harden, Terry Raburn.
Student Union Board
Debbie Dull, Paula Slusher, Sandy Martin, Susan Jones, Becky Davis, Rochelle Waters, Debbie Slone, Joan Damon.
Beth Huckaby, Pam Martin, Marva Dawkins, Ann McTureous, LoHy Wykert, Marnie Feasel, Sylvia Nelson.
Graduate Student Organization
First row: George Hood, Lillian Kalashion, Richard Moreland. Second row: Cornelius Albaugh, Nancy Hsu, Mary Scholler, Paula
Drady, Anna Marie Krumholz, Angela Adellcra, Drucilla Raymond, Barbara Adams, Shil Hsun, Leung. Third row: Jon Straube,
Richard Sullivan, Richard Sparkman, Bill Munsey, Danuta Zyndram-Koseialska, Jean Moltby, Hedi Randall, Rebecca Worthing-
ton. Fourth row: John Schwartz, James Ulmer, Irvin Northcutt, Dexter Hagmon. Fifth row: Tom Saunders, Don Dertod, Garvin
First row: Miss Martha Womacl<, Rachel Rajchel, Margo Mitts, Pot Wilkinson, Bonnie Wal ker. Second row: Fred Church,
James Flint, Fodoy Kallon, Bruce Rose, Al Dawson.
National Honor Society of Basic ROTC Cadets
First row: Dan Fremont, Wendell Seay, Dave Amiot, Capt. McDonald, Dee Lewis, Marty Mathews, James Gilbert, Jerry
Strasbaugh, David Midkiff. Second row: Charlie Craig, Roy Akin, Jim Owens, John Warren. Third row: James Ritter, Alex
Moire, Donald Settina, Charles Parantha, Leroy Goodrich, Randy Spiwak, Barry Brassard, John Sowdon, Daniel Gunter,
Greg Maxwell, Steve Skelton, Warren Rowley.
Dr. Critoph, Mae Andrews, Nena Heald, Rob Taylor, Kathy Bott, Jenny Courson, Neuman Pollack, Cheryl Michael, Jane Spotts,
Bruce Rose, Dr. Bailey.
First row; David Canfield, Mike Smith, Sandra Helling, L.W. Sndeker, Richard Herman. Second row: Jeff Jennings, Keith Allen,
Tom McDermott, Lorraine Dunlap. Third row: Walt Steige, Glen Bebat, Watson Chaney, John Sawdon, Lee Smith, Pinky Lee,
Jim Flint, Ron Crews, George Puckhafer, Fred Church.
Stetson Fashion Board
Founded in conjunction with Mademoiselle Mag-
azine, the Fashion Board's purpose is to increase
fashion awareness on Stetson's campus through
such activities as--Orientation Fashion Show . . .
Green Feather Fashion Show . . . Glamour's
Best Dressed Contest . . . Mademoiselle's Mag-
azine's College Board Competitions.
Joyce Anderson, President
Jan Fowler, Kathy Dehoney, Pom Erickson, Pat Dullard, Jane Gilbert, Dale McCormick, Suzanne Clarke.
Seated: Steve Lanier, George Walker, Frank Steuart, Bob Holland. Standing: Bill Curtis, Chris Carley, Jim Graham, Tom
Aiello, Ken Jones.
We call it fun! ... a red door and wax on
the rug . . . and we all wear the same pin
senor . . . Ocala National forest . . . Lost
Lyres and a surprise serenade . . . who re-
tired the blooper award? . . . Feathers are
fun . . . Sixteen is such a sweet number . . .
Sunday night socials, bring your own candle
. . . Egg shells don't causecancer . . . There's
no money in oranges . . . we must be the kind
they marry ... In a little red carnation . . .
Lyrebirds are for real . . . Uncle Sam had two
dates to weekend . . . spaghetti anyone . . .
We elected her president to keep her out of
the kitchen . . . any new diet ideas . . . You
may call it madness . . . May you always.
Marva Dawkins, President
1,2,3 . . . Dumm. Dumm Dumm: Prefer-
ably, etc., etc., etc.. Poop. HAIL Bananie
Oakley: "What can I say?' . . . Carol, who
is Best? . . . Algae lives again in J'ville,
or was that Ken Knight's Drive?. . . And now
for our next trix-Poop and all of Poop's
friends are immortals. . . . the six legged
turtle, grand-dad, the big AA: Ah, Ah, Bob!!!
Vacation in sunny Frazier's Ville, Fla. . . .
Spike Sandy; forever! Sick? Amen . . .
Marti Hughes, Marie Sick, Carol Santiago, Sharon Young, Dean Ryle, Sadie Talbot, Carol Feyerisn, Joan Russell,
Debbie Kleinhans, Mary Young, Nancy West, Alicia Floyd.
Chorpening, Mary Anne IIa &»IJ^
Conover, Dana f \cr-> *^
Hey yoyo! Bitsy Bu . . . "I'll get over it." But
Mamma . . . Has anything traumatic happened
to you today? But he's too short ... Hi! How's
the party? But I don't like tuna fish! Let's play
bridge . . . Y'all Toodles! Go Panhellenic . . .
Dadgum! Teufelita . . . Easy! Oh! He's so
sweet! Be discreet . . . Isn't that a tad redun-
dant? The sexy sixteen?
Alpha XI Delta
I mean really!!! Obnoxious pledges, but
good ones. STARCHED SHIRTS ONE TIME!
Who said that????
24 pledges . . . that's enough to revolt!
24 pledges at breakfast on Saturday morn-
ing??? Thumbs up Walter and Cromwell!
Bex and her Blonde door!!! SYLVIA . . .
"Mighty Mo" . . .Pitti Patti! Pine trees, pine
trees, pine trees . . .huh Pait??? Marshmel-
lows on strings? Convince me!!!! Good
things come in small packages!!! Who'scom-
ing to mini-mester? Jan, Sally, Chrys??? Did
you ever have your slip on backwards?
'The Space" . . . Did he call yet, Fergie?
Snoopy . . . The Red Baron . . . Elvira!
Delta Delta Delta
Barrett, Jo Lyn
3urr, Mary Ann
It's the worst! . . . Have you seen our bathroom?
. . . We love you Uncle Wally . . . Did you really?
... But the Phi Mu's don't! . . . Laura's birthday
present. . . . IFC did what?! . . . And now for our
next lesson in etiquette . . . Never pawn your pin.
. . . TheTop'21. . . . Oh, WOW! . . . Stop clap . . .
So listens . . . Innocents? Abroad? . . . Love,
Clutz. . . .
Wetmore, Jo D.
Excuse me, but I think you're in my way.
. . . Another condlelighting? . . . Where's
the fly swatter? I don't mean to be ugly,
but . . . Give us an A -A. . . . Still chewin'
your gum? . . . Did you learn that in Wes-
Pi Beta Phi
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Mary Ann Baube
Twenty-two is a lucky number . . . the
Barron . . . Not Andonian again . . . the
purple pig . . .Bop, didly dotten, opps, I
forgot the words . . . Not a surprisecandle-
lighting . . . Peanut butter and fire engines
. . . Organization plus . . . the blue bug . . .
ROTC did it again . . . Like mother, like
daughter . . . What have they done to the
Oscar Meier weiner song? . . .Where you
going LaFreniere . . . We like spaghetti!!!
. . . the Weekend visitors . . . Pledges one
time, maybe all thetime?? . . . M.C.andthe
chocolate cherries . . . Cocoa Beach will
never be the same . . . Delta Sig infiltrators
. . . Purdue . . . U.N.C. . . . Zeta was founded
where?? . . . We try harder . . . the super
stars . . . Zeta is an un-sorority . . . the
Trip ... a cat named Tom . . . Millisor, oh
no!!! . . . Lambda Chi one time . . . Rally
round the fire, girls . . .
Mary Jane Jones
Sarah J. Lewis
Mary Catherine Smith
Anne Marie Vitek
Mary Ann Wilcox
Xeta Tau Alpha
The Big F Bummer . . . Mystics . . . Glad
to see you finally made it . . . What ele-
phants? . . . Power weekend ... In the
dirt? . . . Good "O" . . . you sly dog . . .
Harold, the master's on the phone . . .
Thorpe has a date? . . . you can't take a
joke . . . Somebody clean the roaches out
of Kent's room . . . Delta Sigs don't dot,
Delta Sigma Phi
Slick . . . Sizeable . . . What Castle? . . .
Today I will instruct you in . . . Check . . .
You guys seen a tuning fork? . . . See Scot-
ty Run . . . the '57 . . . Decent ... If you
can't take a joke . . . Don't you look like
Joe College tonight . . . What's the good
word ... If they ain't Lambs . . . Home of
Kendall . . . Ain't no one gonna climb our
mountain . . . OTR . . . He must be in
Orange City . . . Strange way to carry a
toothbrush . . . We got him on the head-
phones . . . Fiiiii . . . Chuck and Eddies' . . .
Colonel WHAT?? . . . That'll be five . . .
Cooter . . . Iron M-M-M . . . Demons . . .
Super sniggie . . .
Lambda Chi Alpha
QuiH . . . Borneo's car is brown ... Ice
cream party ... By the skin of Morton's 3rd
. . . Nebish . . . Tractor. . . Smeed . . .
Eatsie . . . Beaver . . . Droptime . . .
Mule . . . Biggy Nixon . . . Green Room
. . . Yeti missed his block and Yeti is Dumb
. . . Gentle Ben . . . Moore found himself
. . . Pretty Boy . . . I'm good enough to go
active now . . . Bonholing . . . Keep your
doppersup . . . 3rd stall . . . Fast break
Disney . . . Shoe's back . . . D&B . . .
Road King . . . Clackers . . . Pec . . La Tree
. . . VINCE Ramanello ... In There . . .
BMFB . . . Trophy Week.
Shuttleworth, the leech . . . Clacker . . .
Catfish . . . Tree's limb . . . Stud-ah! . . .
Yeah, uh-huh! . . . Red Arrington . . . Uncle
who? . . . Homer Folds! . . . You keep on,
heah! . . . Stash ... I'd rather spend one
day as a lion than a thousand years as a
. . . I'll never tell a lie, George Washing-
ton . . . She's from St. Augustine ... FT
. . . Peepmobile . . . The Dragon Wagon
. . . Black Glove, 88 . . . 'The Barn" . . .
Cool red-neck . . . Yeah, bass . . . FP . . .
Perchance we have!!!!
Pi Kappa Phi
Millard L. Fowler
Bill Marie— report to Jacksonville . . .
Prune . . . Who is the real "kid"?, Holland
or Davidson? . . . Glenn Ernest who? . . .
Pledge Longman in the —closet . . . Harris?
The Prince? Right! . . . Our Gotlieb Teamis
Number One! . . . Haoa! . . . Ping Pong...
Tooth is a Redneck . . . Brewer eats lizard
meat . . . Jim Craven, called from the State
Welfare Agency . . . Pledge Latour en la
casa! . . . The Fuller Brush Men I don't core
if the T.V. in the house is twenty times
better, you can get privacy at the PI PHI
apartment . . .
R. M. Bagby
HOSE . . . Mayor Daley alive in the Sig
Ep House . . . Goat Man . . . The cynical
unwalrus . . . Hick replaces Younger . . .
Lawrence is allergic to pencillin . . . Fulton's
technicolor neck . . . Foulds:-10-20-30-sold!
. . . Hey, Bob, are you a warlock? . . . Say,
Polk, what do you think of my banana tree?
. . . Obnoxious . . . "Donnie and Clyde" . . .
Loveland prays with his guru ... In the
left ear, brutal situation . . . Oscar (Bomber)
Meyer is a winner . . . SigEpallthemaddog
William S. Shee, Jr.
Clyde Walker, Jr.
David R. Wilson
Sigma Phi Epsilon
Omega Men . . . ready for a successful
year . . . building . . . pledges . . . cocky,
defiant, but slaves to actives . . . Represen
tative-at-Large, SUB . . . Roland Griffin . .
House Parties . . . fun . . . Brotherhood .
Tearing down . . . unveiling . . . Beauty
Exhaustion . . . Hell Week . . . H-E-L-L . .
Trophies . . . Omegas second straight Green
Feather win . . . will-power . . . temporary
. . . striking . . . planning residence ... a
new Omega Phi House . . . More Brothers
. . . fulfilling their beliefs . . . OMEGA PHI
FOREVER!. . .
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Anne Corpening, Judy LoCasole, Susie Gaskins, Ann McTureous, Linda Robinette, Rochelle Wa-
ters, Linda Powell, Paula Snell, Susie Smith, Nancy Klotzbier.
U. of Miami
St. Leo College
St. Leo College
Junior guard— transfer from Coahoma Junior
College in Clarksdale, AAiss.— 23 pointaveroge
last year — 42 points in Miami game.
Sophomore forward - center — came on real
strong during latter part of freshman cam-
paign — scored 24 points and grabbed 17 re-
bounds against Tulane.
Junior forward — led team in scoring during
his sophomore season — top Stetson game was
30 point effort against the Citadel during his
freshman season — average points, 14.
First row; Jessie Grove, Steve Holland, Archie "Junior" Gale. Second rov^: Mitch Grant, Ron Beal, Earnest Kil-
lum, David Davidson, Frank Allen, John Loveland, Coach Weickel. Third row: Coach Gray, Roger Woodbury,
Chris Ralston, Ken Showers, Derrell Boone, Seton Tomyn, Coach Wilkes.
Sophomore guard who saw starting service as
a freshman — had 31 point night at Georgia
Sophomore guard who scored total of 160
points as a freshman — very good outside
shooter — fastest player on team.
Freshman forward who started forMaplewood
High School in New Jersey where he averaged
19 points and 16 rebounds per game— sound
fundamentally for a freshman— handles ball
Senior forward-center — a 3-year letterman who
earned "Best Effort" award his freshman year
as a starting center.
Senior center — returning starter who led team
in rebounding during his sophomoreand junior
campaigns — lettered as a freshman though mis-
sing first half of season with broken hand —
named to AII-FIC second team in 1966-1967.
Junior forward— started most of last season
and earned coaches' "Best Effort" award for
Junior transfer from South Florida Junior Col-
lege—very good ball-handler and floor lead-
er— prepped at Plant City High School where
he was All-Southwest conference and led his
team to Florida State Class A finals.
This team will have the challenge of re-
establishing the Stetson baseball tradition.
Our primary goal will be the basic goal
of athletics to "earn the respect of our oppo-
Coach James Ward
First row: Wayne Perry, Jesse Grove, Dave Reid, Gary Sanchez, John Reeves, Tom Gringras, Ronnie Keith. Second row:
Coach Word, Pete Dunn, Steve Crossett, Lorry Jones, Dave Davidson, Doug Bagen, Jim Orr, Mike Baker, Ted Butler, Lar-
ry Miller, Tony Latour,
Delray Beach, Fla.
West Palm Beach, Fla
Vero Beach, Fla.
Ensenada, Puerto Rico
Winter Park, Flo.
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Vero Beach, Fla,
Coral Gables, Fla.
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla
Ted Davis, Randy Burwell, Hal Hicks, Harland Merrlam, Ed Jones, Coach Ray Hussey, Ron Lewis.
Jim Ross, Wayne Brassey, Walt Ketcham, Howard Wright, Martin Satava.
W amends Intramurals
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tr^ THE RECORD
f LiZABETH HALL
» AN OF WOME^
Dr. Paul F. Geren
For the most port, students don't see what
transpires behind the closed doors of this
office, and perhaps they've only seen at a
distance the green carpet that you're almost
afraid to walk on, or the big glass coffee
table that you're afraid to touch. But they
can see him at 6:00 in the morning running
around the track with a bunch of students,
or somehow finding the inner fortitude to
eat lunch in the commons. As president, he's
new on the job, and yet he's had to take
some strong positions. You don't always
agree with him, but you have to respect
him: Paul Geren, our sophomore president.
J. Ollie Edmunds
He graduated from Stetson, and was presi-
dent for twenty years, but he still won't
retire. He still cares about a little university
in a small town in central Florida. He must
prefer people to redwood trees, and quality
to quantity. In twenty years here he made
twenty dollars, but earned a million times
more. He has seen a lot happen at Stetson,
and wants to see more. Thank you, J. Ollie
Edmunds, for staying around and caring.
Dr. Earl Edington
Chairman of the Board
Dr. Edmunds, Dr. Geren, Gov. Carlton, Dr. Edington.
Back Row: Mr. Henderson, Mr. Gurney, Mr. Harold Bennett, Dr. Knight, Mr. Campbell, Mr. Wheeler, Mr. Mann, Mr. Carlton,
Jr., Dr. Parker, Mr. Blalocl<, Mr. Flippo, Mr. Clapp, Mr. Stenstrom, Mr. Morris, Mr. Harshow. Front Row: Mr. Reid, Dr. Edmunds,
Mr. Ferrell, Dr. Geren, Gov. Carlton, Dr. Edington, Mr. Jarrard, Dr. Coleman, Mr. Robinson.
Dr. John E. Johns
Vice-President in Charge of Finance
"We have the type of University that will
survive. The things we want to do will make
us a better college. . . . Experimentation in
our case is necessary, because money will
flow to a progressive school, rather than a
Dean of the School of Business Administration
Edward C. Furlong, Jr.
"Stetson's Business School students are
above the average for most business
schools. We don't anticipate any expansion
as far as physical plant goes, but we are
constantly seeking to improve our faculty
and curriculum in order to keep pace with
the growing demand for business school
graduates and the general excellence of
Paul T. Langston
"We feel that we want to be small here at
Stetson in the Music School. This way we
can give a personal touch to the student.
My idea is that there needs to be in the
Southeast a small undergraduate music
school of truly high quality. At the present
there isn't an outstanding one, unless it is
us. We can gain this goal with our efforts
alonq with the new music school."
Dean of the School of Music
Dean of the Sciences
. . The sciences at Stetson are reaching
the threshold of excellence . . . Stetson is
well known for its science program, which
is unique among Baptist institutions in our
part of the country. There is no reason to
believe that it will not continue to be a plus
for the Stetson of tomorrow.
Eliot D. Allen
. . . One of the chief joys of being at Stet-
son-besides the kind of students we have!
-is the privilege of working with a very un-
usual, gifted, and dedicated faculty. We have
been fortunate enough to keepteachers here
whom we literally cannot afford in terms of
the salaries they are worth. Two things I
specially hope for the future are these: first,
that we can reward our faculty much better;
but, second, that we will always continue
to have a faculty so good that it is better
than we can afford.
Dean of Humanities
Dean of the Law School
Richard T. Dillon
. . . During the administration of the for-
mer dean, Justice Harold L. Sebring, the Law
School made remarkable progress. Stetson
University, alumni, and friends, and sup-
porters of the College of Law can take great
pride of the record of achievement of the
school and in the national reputation it has
earned under his leadership. I will make
every effort to continue the administration
of the college in the fine tradition already
established by him.
. . . I've only been here a short while,
and before I came I only knew of Stetson
vaguely. Stetson has its problems, and we
must deal with them honestly. There are
exciting possibilities and the potential is here.
We must take an open stance on what a
university is, question our goals and aims,
and redesign them to keep pace with our
Assistant to President in Development
Assistant to the President
William R. Baggett
I do feel we have a great future here
at Stetson. We are becoming much more
involved. We can't be static, we have to
be receptive to new ideas. Innovation is
the key word. We are going to have to
My new job involves more than the former
one, but as long as I can work with the stu-
dents I am happy. As far as Stetson itself
goes, I think it is becoming stronger. I might
add that I think that Stetson has had the
finest soccer team it has ever had in its
12 year history.
Dean of Men
Dean of Women
Through the years Stetson Students hove
shown a unique quality in their leader-
ship ... In the years called "apathetic" on
many campuses, there were always active
student leaders at Stetson who were willing
to take the time for discussion and involve-
ment . . . The mature and responsible stu-
dents will continue, I believe, to be involved
with faculty and administration in striving
to create an atmosphere in which students
can truly learn.
Mary Edna Walls
I don't see at Stetson a precarious pos-
ition . . . Changing from some of the ideas
which we held in the past shows that we
are interested. Stetson adds the personal
touch to education, bearing with the students
until they mature.
Assistant Dean of Women
Comptroller of the University
H. Graves Edmondson
Despite momentary frustrations, I have
enjoyed my job very much. I have found
much excitement in working with our stu-
dents . . I am sure the University will have
to meet pressures of rising cost, but we are
always seeking new approaches and new
ways to find funds for our operations.
Students today are much more aware
than those of years past. They know of
the innerworkings of a university and want
to help it in every way they can. Students
are becoming less and less transient and
this concept provides exciting possibilities.
Director of Admissions
Actually, all of us at Stetson hope to up-
grade its activity. We have always been
somewhat selective, choosing the Student
who is nationally above average. We are
not Ive League, but regionally Stetson stacks
up very well ... In general, the prospects
for Stetson are very bright.
0. C Allen
Financial aid at Stetson is a million dollar
business . . . The Federal Government en-
try into the program . . . completely revol-
untionized the entire concept. Our greatest
anxiety is the distribution of Federal funds.
Director of Finacial Aid
Director of Guidance Center
Stetson must be influenced by other in-
stitutions, because we cannot exist in a
vacuum. We certainly need to examine our
structure and experiment. The experimenta-
tion of one generation is the boredom of
My concern is to develop an alumni pro-
gram which will keep our alums informed
about the University and committed to the
educational objectives of the academic com-
munity. This will result, hopefully, in stronger
alumni support for the University and their
personal involvement in the educational
concerns of their local communities.
Director of Alumni Affairs
Not only should one be able to point
with pride to the beautiful library building,
but also to the quality collection housed
within. The latter is not yet a fact . . .
The Stetson Graduate almost without ex-
ception is well prepared for graduate school.
Not only in the Ph.D., programs, but also
in fields of medicine, law and dentistry,
to name a few. Our graduates have the
basic tools to compete favorably with any
Chairman of Graduate Council
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
Dr. William Anderson
Mr. Harry Edwards
Dr. Chauncey Elkins
Lt. Col. Kenneth Jackson
Quantitative Analysis, Statistics
Mrs. Mary P. Jones
Mr. Ray G. Jones, Jr.
Mr. John MacDonald
Mr. David W. Nylen
Management, Finance, Economics
Mr. Daniel E. O'Keefe
THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Mrs. Lenoir Almond
Miss Frances J. Buxton
Mr. Roger Cushman
Mr. Richard Mr. Feasel
Mr. Robert Fort
Mr. Harold M. Giffin
Miss Frances Hughes
Mrs. Janet Jenkins
Mr. Paul Jenkins
Miss Eleanor Leek
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LIBERAL ARTS SCHOOL
Dr. Harland C. Merriam
Chairman, Guidance, Reading
Dr. A. M. Anderson
Dr. George Hood
Dr. Richard B. Morland
Mrs. Ella Mae Shearon
Dr. Ruth Smith
Dr. T. E. Smotherman
Elementary Science and Math
Dr. Ray Sowers
Contemporary Problems in Florida Education
Dr. Byron H. Gibson
Chairman, Shakespeare, Linguistics
Dr. Eliot D. Allen
Dr. Ethel B. Colbrunn
Dr. C. Carter Colwell
Dr. Bryan E. Gillespie
Dr. Loyd H. Hilton
18th Century, American Literature
Mrs. Kathleen A. Johnson
Dr. Richard E. Longford
American Literature, Semantics \ ,^
Dr. Ann R. Morris
Dr. V^illiam E. Toylor
Mrs. Ingeborg Frank
Dr. Elsie G. Minter
Mr. Edward E. Settgast
Dr. John L. Hodges
Mr. Joseph V. Adams
Dr. Tucker Callaway
Dr. C. D. Cochran
Mr. Lewis Myers
Philosophy of Religion
Dr. John Riser
Mr. D. Anthony Vice
Mr. James D. Shumaker
Philosophy Chairman, Aesthetics
Dr. O. LaFayette Walker
Religion Chairman, Biblical Studies
Mr. Bruce Griffiths
Mr. Fred Messersmith
Mr. Leo W. Snedeker
Speech and Hearing Pathology
Mr. Charles Williams
Design and Craft
Miss Martha Womack
Dr. Thomas E. Allen
Dr. Gerald E. Critoph
Urban Life, Leadership and
Miss Sandra Gleoson
Dr. Gary Maris
Dr. John A. Hague
American Studies Chairman
Twentieth Century U.S.A.
Dr. Charles Andrews
Underdeveloped Countries, Theory
Dr. T. Wayne Bailey
Political Science Chairman
Lt. Col. David D. McCorvey
Commanding, Chemical Corps
Lt. Col. Joyce Downing
Major Graham McKinnon
Captain Ted A. McDonald
SGM Ben Taylor
SSG Ted Jones
Mr. Robert Weickel
Mr. James Ward
Dr. Fred E. Clark
Dr. Edwin C. Coolidge
Analytical, Physical Chemistry
Dr. James H. DeLap
Physical, Inorganic Chemistry
Miss Dorothy Fuller
Dr. Keith Hansen
Dr. William E. Hughes
Solid State Physics
Mr. Anthony T. Jusick
Mr. Fletcher D. Srygley
Solid State Physics
Dr. John W. Voughen
Physical, Analytical Chemistry
Mrs. Violet H. Wojcik
Dr. George L. Jenkins
Physics Chairman, Nuclear
Dr. Gene W. Medlin
Chairman, Matrix Algebra
Mrs. Ann L. Allen
Mr. Emmett S. Ashcraft
Dr. Elizabeth Boyd
Mr. Henry W. Thwing
Dr. John L. Evans
Dr. Evans C. Johnson
American, Latin American
Dr. Marc Lovelace
Dr. Gilbert Lycon
Mr. Charles R. Stephen
Conservation, Economic Geography
Mr. A. Rand Sutherland
Dr. Malcolm M. Wynn
Dr. Robert S. Chauvin
Geography Chairman, Historical and Political
Dr. Harold Schultz
History Chairman, African, British
Assistant in Catalogue
Assistance in Reference
Secretary to the Librarian
Government CX Documents Librarian
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) Allen, Douglas
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Chevy Chase, Md.
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New Smyrna Beach
North Palm Beach
Crystal Lake, III.
Hong Kong, China
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Monk, T. R.
Neuyen, Ann Nha
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Chevy Chase, Md
Hong Kong, China
New Haven, Conn.
Silver Spring, Md.
Red Hook, N.Y.
Trang, So. Viet Nam
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Seorles, Bobbie Jo
Scotch Ploins, N.J.
Stierii, J. P.
Silver Springs, Mo.
Tell City, Ind.
Mt. Vernon, Ohio
Wilcox, Mary Ann
Newton Upper Falls, Mass.
New Smyrna Beach
Ml. Vernon, Ohio
Berke, Connie Jean
Burr, Mary Ann
St. Thomas, Virgin Islonds
Chorpening, Mary An
New York City, N.Y.
Diliey, Dee Dee
Edelblul, Mary Suzanne
Si. Croix, Virgin Islands
Richmond Hill, Go.
Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.
Cold Spring Harbor. N.Y.
West Palm Beach
West Palm Beach
Kennedy, W. C.
North Palm Beach
Lawaetz. Fritz F
edericksted. Virgin Islands
Briorcliff Manor, N.Y.
Lederhaus, Mary Ann
Myers, Sandra Marie
ParHow, M. G.
Pope, Jane Ellen
Powder Springs, Go.
Ml. Vernon, Ohio
Cedar Grove, N.J.
Upper Marlboro, Md.
Show, Kenneth A.
West Palm Beach
Virginia Beach, Vo.
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Rocky Mount, Vo.
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Davis, Donna J.
Hughes, Nancy R.
James, Edward C.
Jaquo, Paul L
Kennedy, W. C.
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Long Islond, N.Y.
Ensenado, Puerto Rico
Tom River, N.J.
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Indian Harbour Beach
Rocky Mount, N.C.
Montgomery, R. E.
Mullins, Dona Ann
Pom pane Beach
Ray, Rebecca Jo
Smith, Mary Catherine
Stutts, Stephen A.
Thompson, John L.
Town send, John
Rowleys Island, S.C.
Van Blarcoon, Bruce
Toms River, N.J.
West Palm Beach
Boyamun, Puerto Rico
Boyomun. Puerto Rico
Amiot, David B.
Bomford, John T.
Barrett, Jo Lyn
Aaron, William P.
Burns, Mary Ona
Byerts, Jane B.
Cabral, Albert C.
Casto, Keith M.
Celoria, Alan B.
Chapin, John M.
Davis, James H.
Doye, Susan P.
Kinkle, Jo Ellen
Jetmore, Jo D.
Jones, Mary Jane
Jones, Susan K.
Kitchens, Mrs. John
Lane, Mrs. Marshall
MacDonald, Mrs. John
McCarthy, Mary Louise
McMullen, Mary Lou
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Vitek, Anne Marie
THE SCHOOL OF LAW
David L. Dickson
Mrs. Kay Eddy
BLAKE, ALLEN; Norwalk, Conn.; Kenyon College and University of Bridge-
port, B.A.; Undergroudate Dean's List; Varsity Athletics; Beta Theta Pi
Fraternity; Law School Associate Justice of the hlonor Court; Phi Alpha
BLASINGAME, OSCAR; St. Peterburg; University of Florida, B.A.; Phi
Alpha Delta Parlimentarian.
BOWDISH, JAMES L. S.; St. Petersburg; Wake Forest University, B.A.
(cum laude) Sigma Chi Fraternity Varsity Athletics; ROTC Commission
out of law school; Stetson Dean's List; Honor Roll; First place, Freshman
Moot Court; American Jurisprudence Awards for excellence in criminal
law and torts; Phi Delta Phi Fraternity, Secretary and Vice President;
Stetson Student Bar Association Secretary; Who's Who in American Col-
leges and Universities.
BOYER, JAMES R.; St. Petersburg; University of Tampa B.S.; Dana Scholar;
American Jurisprudence Award for excellence in Agency and Partner-
ship; Harrison Publishing Com^jany Award for excellence; Honor Roll;
Public Defender Clinic; Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity; Co-Editor, ROSTER.
BRANDON, JACK P.; Naples; University of South Carolina B.A.; Stetson
Vice President of Freshman Class; Treasurer Student Bar Association;
Kappa Alpha Fraternity; Vice President of Junior Class; President Phi
Delta Phi Fraternity.
BUSEY, STEPHEN D.; Jacksonville; Stetson University B.B.A. ROTC Com-
mission out of Law School; Stetson Low Honor Roll; Secretary of Student
Bar Association; Phi Alpha Delta Fraternity; Who's Who in American
Colleges and Universities.
BYWATER, JOESPH G.; Florida State University, B.A.; Kappa Alpha Order;
J. C. of the Month in Lakeland.
CARLSON, JOHN D.; St. Petersburg; Florida State University B.S.; Law
Clerk; Stetson Honor Roll; Phi Delta Phi.
CARRES, LOUIS G.; West Palm Beach; Florida Atlantic University, B.A.;
Public Defender Cline; National Moot Court Competition.
CASELLA, ROBERT M.; North Arlington, New Jersey; St. Bonaventure
University, B.A.; Stetson Young Republicans, President; Chairman, Stetson
Young Americans for Freedom; American Jurisprudence Award for ex-
cellence in Pleading; Honor Roll; Junior Class; Treasurer Student Bar.
COKER, ROBERT C; Gulfport; Florida Southern College B.S.; Who's Who
in American Colleges and Universities; Vice President of Freshman Class;
President of Sophomore Class; President of Junior Class; Treasurer Stu-
CONKLIN, RAYMOND C; Gulfport; University of Southern California,
B.A.; Phi Alpha Delta; Honor Roll; Dean's List; State Moot Court; National
COULTER, WAYNE R.; Dade City; Stetson University, B.S.; Lambda Chi
Alpha Fraternity; Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity; Public Defender Clinic.
CRITCHLOW, WARREN H. JR.; Tampa; B.A. Florida Southern College;
Secretary of Junior Class; Treasurer Student Bar Association; Phi Delta
Phi; President of Senior Class.
DAGONESE, JOSEPH C; Buffalo, New York; Canisius College, B.S.; IRS
Trainee, Law Clerk; Phi Delta Phi Fraternity.
DAHLGARD, ERIK A.; Sarasota; Florida State University, B.S.; Lambda
Chi Alpha Fraternity; Freshman Moot Court Award; Dana Scholar; Public
Defender Clinic; Law Clerk.
DAVIS, HENRY A.; Roanoke, Virginia; Vv'illiam and Mary, B. A.; Phi Alpha
DIECIDUE, DENNIS G.; Tampa; Loyola University, B.A.; Beggar's Fra-
ternity; Law Clerk; Dana Scholar; State Moot Court; Public Defender Clinic;
Phi Delta Phi Fraternity.
DOREMUS, THEODORE A.; Red Bank, New Jersey; Washington and Lee
University, B.A.; Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity; Law Clerk.
DOUGLASS, ROBERT A.; St. Petersburg; Wake Forest University, B.A.;
Sigma Chi Fraternity, B.A.; ROTC commission out of law school; Public
Defender Clinic; Editor of Student Directory; Phi Delta Phi Fraternity.
DRAVECKY, ROBERT S.; Scotch Plains, New Jersey; Florida Southern
College, B.S.; Kappa Sigma Fraternity; Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity,
DYCHES, FLETCHER A.; Tampa; University of Georgia; B.A.; Sigma Nu
Fraternity; Law Clerk; Phi Delta Phi Fraternity.
EDEN, NATHAN E.; Key West; Universiry of Florida, B. A.; Sigma Nu Fra-
ternity; Stetson Dean's List; Honor Roll; Freshman Moot Court Outstanding
Participant Award; Overseer's Scholarship; American Jurisprudence for
Excellence in contracts, personal property, bills and notes, evidence. Con-
stitutional law, Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity; Law Clerk; Public Defender
Clinic; Co-Editor, ROSTER; Who's Who in American Colleges and Un-
ELLIS, WAYNE M.; Stetson University, B.B.A. Sigma Nu Fraternity, Com-
FREEMAN, THOMAS B.; St. Petersburg; Stetson University B.A.; Pi Kappa
Alpha Fraternity; Law Clerk; Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity.
HALL, DONALD R.; Miami; Florida Southern College, B.A.; President
of the Student Body; Who's Who in American College and Universities;
Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity; ROTC commission out of low school; Phi Alpha
Delta Legal Fraternity.
HAMILTON, IMY N.; St. Petersburg; University of South Florida, B.A.;
Barrister's Award; Vice Chancellor of Nu Beta Epsilon Legal Fraternity.
HAMPP, KURT P.; Bethesda, Maryland; Stetson University, B.A.; Lambda
Chi Alpha Fraternity; Chief Justice Honor Roll Court; Phi Alpha Delta
Fraternity; Vice President of Junior Class.
HASTINGS, MICHAEL L.; Leesburg; Florida State University, B.S.; ROTC
Commissions out of law school; Junior Class President; Vice President
Student Bar; National Moot Court; District Vice Justice; Phi Alpha Delta
HIGHTOWER, DENNIS J.; St. Petersburg; Florida State University; Phi
Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity; Honor Court Justice; Law Clerk; Stetson
Honor Roll; Public Defender Clinic.
HOFFMAN, CLIFFORD G.; St. Petersburg Beach; Queens College, B.A.;
St. John's University, M.B.A.; Law Clerk; Vice President Student Bar; Phi
Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity.
JOBE, JACKSON M.; Jacksonville; Jacksonville University, B.A.; Vice Pre-
sident of Junior Class; Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity; Outstanding
Participant, Freshman Moot Court Competition.
JOY, DANIEL F.; Seminole; University of Rhode Island, B.A.; Administra-
tive Assistant, Florida Senate.
KATZ, LAWRENCE H.; Orlando; Rollins College; B.S. and M.B.A.; Phi
Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity; Vice Justice; Prentice Hall Award For Ex-
cellence in Estote Planning.
LENDERMAN, JOHN C; St. Petersburg; Florida State University, B.A.;
American Jurispurdence Award for Excellence in pleading and practice;
Junior Class, Treasurer; Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity.
McCLURG, ERNEST V.; Lakeland; Emory University, B.A.; Pi Delta Pi.
McCREARY, WILLIAM M.; Mason City, Illinois; Illinois Wesleyan Univer-
sity, B.S.; Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity; Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity.
McDonnell, MICHAEL, R. N.; St. Petersburg; United States Military
Academy, B.S.; Recipient of Bustion Memorial Scholarship Award; Who's
Who in American Colleges and Universities; Member of State and Na-
tional Moot Court Teams; President of Freshman Class; President of Stu-
dent Bar Association; Phi Delta Phi.
MILLER, RAYMOND,; Ft. Lauderdale; Stetson University, B.A.; Vice Pre-
sident, Senior Class; Phi Legal Fraternity.
MINGLEDORFF, LEE; Savannah; Rollins College, B.A.; American Juris-
prudence Award for Excellence; Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity; Out-
standing Participant Freshman Moot Court; President, Stetson Lav/ Young
PARKER, H. JAMES; Lake Worth; Stetson University, B.B.A.; Outstanding
Brief, Freshman Moot Court; Public Defender Clinic; Phi Alpha Delta
Legal Fraternity; Law Clerk.
PATTERSON, JEROME A.; Jacksonville; University of the South, B.A.; Alpha
Tau Omega Fraternity; Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity.
PUTERBAUGH, ROBERT, E.; Babson Park; Stetson University, B.B.A.; Sigma
Nu Fraternity; ROTC Commission out of Law School.
RICHMOND, RONALD R.; Tampa; Florida State University, B.A. Sigma
Chi Fraternity; Lawyers Title and Guaranty Fund Award for Real Pro-
perty Essay; Outstanding Participant in Freshman Moot Cout Court; Law
Clerk; ROTC Commission out of Law School.
RINGERS, ANDREW L.; West Palm Beach; Florida State University B.S.;
Dana Scholar, Ray Greene, Jr. Scholarship; Vice Justice and Treasurer
of Phi Alpha Legal Fraternity; Justice of Honor Court; HonorCourt
SACKS, STANDLEY M.; Margate City, New Jersey; Franklin and Marshall
College B.A.; Phi Lambda Phi Fraternity; Outstanding Brief Freshman Moot
SHERMAN, W. VAN; Madiera Beach; University of Miami, B.A.A.; Out-
standing Brief, Freshman Moot Court.
SIZEMORE, WILLIAM F.; South Daytona; Florida State University; Sigma
Alpha Epsilon Fraternity; American Jurisprudence Award for Excellance in
Administrative Law; Treasurer and Vice President of Phi Delta Phi Legal
SNYDER, HOWARD T.; St. Petersburg; Stetson University, B.B.A.; Lambda
Chi Alpha Fraternity; Law Clerk.
SQUIRE, STEVEN F.; Atlanta, Ga.; Florida State University, B.A.; Bancroft
Whitney Awards for Excellence in Equity, Jurisprudence, and Criminal
Law; Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity; Outstanding Participant in Freshman Moot
Court; Treasurer, Senior Class; Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity; Law Clerk.
STOLBA, LOUIS E.; Treasure Island; University of South Florida, B.A.;
Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity.
STRICKLAND, WILTON L.; Ft. Meyers; University of Florida, B.A.; Pi Kap-
pa Phi Fraternity; Marshall and Justice of Ph' Alpha Delta Legal Frater-
nity; Public Defender Clinic; Honor Roll; Acting Vice-President of Student
Bar Association; Associate Justice of Honor Court.
THOMAS, ROBERT L.; St. Petersburg; Florida State University, B.S.; Var-
sity Football; President, Barrister's Club; Law Clerk.
THOMPSON, JAMES B.; Tarpon Springs; Emory University, B.A.; Kappa
Alpha Fraternity; American Jurisprudence Av^ard for Excellence in plead-
ing and practice; Public Defender Clinic; Treasurer, Phi Delta Phi.
TROVILLO, PHILLIP B.; St. Petersburg; Florida State University, B.S.; Phi
Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity; Law Clerk.
VAIL, K.A.; University of Florida, B.A.; Pi Alpha Delta.
VAUGHN-BIRCH, NORMAN; St. Petersburg; University of Florida, B.S.;
Chi Phi Fraternity; Outstanding Participant Freshman Moot Court; Amer-
ican Jurisprudence Award for Excellence in Federal Taxation; Public De-
fender Clinic; Law Clerk; Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity.
VECCHIO, A.B.; Tampax; Syracuse University; B.A.; Phi Alphu Delta Legal
Fraternity; Law Clerk.
WAGONER, KENNETH M.; St. Petersburg; University of North Carolina,
B.A.; Public Defender Clinic; Historian, Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity;
WEBB, CHARLES W.; Sarasota, University of South Florida, B.A. (Summa
cum laude); Honor Roll; Outstanding Participant, Freshman Moot Court;
Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity.
WHATLEY, JACQUELINE B.; Tampa; University of Tampa, B.A.; Vice Chan-
cellor and Exchequer of Nu Beta Epsilon; Secretary of Stetson Law Young
WHITTER, JAMES L.; Washington, D.C.; University of Maryland; B.A. M.A.
Honor Roll; Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity; Law Clerk.
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1 12 North Boulevard
And a helping hand.
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131 East New York
Saves for Donna Bryant;
A bank worthy of trust.
Congratulations and Best Wishes,
Class of 1969
the city of DeLand and the Chamber 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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1 18 North Boulevard
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124 North Boulevard
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BAUMAN'S OFFICE SUPPLIES
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WRENN'S for men
1 19 North Boulevard
WRENN'S for women
1 1 1 B West Indiana
For your book and personal needs,
Your own campus bookstore.
Congratulations class of '69.
For the support given to THE HATTER by
the merchants represented in the preceding
pages, we extend our appreciation and our
hope that Stetson students will support them
AARON, LYNDA; DeLand; English; Student
Advisor; Sigma Tau Delta, President; Dean's
List; Honor Roll.
AARON, WILLIAM; DeLand; Piano; Univer-
sity Chorus; Dean's List; Honor Roll.
AGSTER, RICHARD; Tampa; History; Pershing
Rifles; ROTC; Student Advisor; Circle K Com-
mittee Chairman, Secretary; Westminster
ALAAAND, WARREN; Atlanta, Go.; English;
Sigma Tau Delta; SUB Cultural Committee;
Cafeteria Cashier; Woodrow Wilson Nom-
AMIOT, DAVID; Orlando; Math Intramurals;
Kappa Mu Epsilon; ROTC; Pershing Rifles;
Green Feather Committee; SUB Orientation
ANDREWS, W. MAE St. Petersburg; Religion
and English; Stover Theater; Interdenomina-
tional Tutoring Committee; Young Democrat
Club; Yearbook; Ministerial Association; Al-
pha Kappa; BSU.
BALDWIN, DANA; Oak Hill; History; Baptist
Student Union; Young Woman's Auxiliary.
BARNES, BARBARA; Hialeah; German; Phi
Mu; Junior Year Abroad, University of
BARREn, JO LYN; Birmingham, Ala.; English;
Junior Counselor; Chaudoin House Council;
Y.W.A., Program Chairman, Treasurer; Phi
Mu, Secretary; Stover, Stage Crew.
BAUGH, DAVID; Santa Barbara, Calif.; Busi-
BERNHARDT, JULIUS; Daytona Beach; Chem-
istry; Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Sigma Phi
BISHOP, TWYU; Ft. Myers; English; Sigma
BLANTON, EDWARD; Fort Pierce; English;
BLOODWORTH, SUSIE; Orlando; Music Ed-
ucation; MENC, Vice President, President;
Opera Workshop, Stage Manager; Univer-
sity Orchestra; University Band; University
Chorus; Concert Choir; Woodwind Quintet;
Phi Beta; Student Advisor; Women's Intra-
BOSTICK, KAREN; Hollywood; Economics; Del-
ta Delta Delta; Pedge Class President, Fra-
ternity Education Officer, Social Chairman;
Canterbury Club; Homecoming Committee;
Orientation Committee, Registration Co-
BOYD, NANCY; Monticello; Elementary Ed-
BRADEN, HELEN; Baton Rouge, La.; Speech
and Drama; Theta Alpha Phi, President; Can-
terbury Club; Tassel; Emily House Council;
Honor Roll; Outstanding Jr., Department of
Speech; Student Advisor; Stover Theatre Pro-
BROWN, KATHRYN; Orlando; Economics;
Mortar Board, President; Delta Delta Delta;
Orientation Co-Chairman; Liberal Arts Sena-
tor; Who's Who; Intramural Athletics; Honor
Roll; Student Advisor.
BROWN, ROYAL; Orlando; Marketing and
Management; Business School Senator; Stu-
dent Advisor; Homecoming Co-Chairman;
Lambda Chi Alpha; Scabbard and Blade;
J.C. Aspley Scholar; Who's Who Among Stu-
dents; Alpha Kappa Psi; Beta Alpha Sigma
Intramural Athletics; Omicron Delta Kappa
Outstanding Jr. Marketing Major; Dean's List,
BROWNFIELD, SUSAN; Cleveland, Ohio;
English; Cheerleader; Junior Counselor; Al-
pha Xi Delta, Recording Secretary; Student
Advisor; SUB Hostess.
BUCHAN, RUSSELL; St. Petersburg; Econom-
ics; Omicron Delta Kappa, Vice President;
Who's Who; Sophomore Class President;
Class Senator; ElksNational Foundation
Scholarship; Green Circle; Kappa Mu Epsi-
lon; Honor Roll; Dean's List;MostOutstanding
Senator; Outstanding Jr. in Economics; Intra-
mural All-Star, Horseshoes; Orientation Co-
Chairman; Secretary of Assemblies; Student
Gov't. Book Exchange, Chairman; Evaluation
and Development Committee, Chairman;Or-
ganizations and Finance Committee; Consti-
tutional Revisions Committee; Student Events,
Secretary; Artists and Lecturers Committee;
Labor, Student Services, and Education Com-
mittee; SUSGA Convention Arrangements
Committee; Student Advisor; Committee of
International Studies; Reporter Staff; South
Staff; Committee for Cigarettes on Campus;
Quiz Bowl; Student Affairs Committee; Inde-
BUNCH, DEAN; Jacksonville; Political Sci-
ence; Stetson Reporter, Editor In Chief: Stu-
dent Affairs Committee; Student Publications
Board; Student Senator; Who's Who in Amer-
ican Colleges and Universities; National So-
ciety of Pershing Rifles; International Studies
Committee; Sigma Pi Kappa.
BURKHART, JANET; Ft. Lauderdale; Music Ed-
ucation; Honor Roll; Tass'el Award; School
of Music, President; Student Senator; Opera
Workshop; Concert Choir, Key member and
T-squod; Madrigals; Phi Beta; MENC; Col-
legium Musicum; University Chorus.
BYERS, JANE; Ft. Lauderdale; Music Educa-
tion; Honor Roll; Tassel Award; School of
Music, President; Student Senator; Opera
Workshop; Concert Choir, Key member and
T-squod; Madrigals; Phi Beta; MENC; Colle-
gium Musicum; University Chorus.
BYERS, JANE; DeLand; Music Education; Phi
Beta, Secretary; MENC; Concert Choir, Key
BYERTS, JANE; Tallahassee; Elementary Ed-
ucation; Alpha Xi Delta, President; Junior
DARNELL, BEVERLY; Fernandino Beach; Eng-
lish; Who's Who; Miss Stetson 1967-'68; 1st
runner-up Miss Hatter 1968; Junior Coun-
selor; SUB Hostess; Delta Delta Delta; Fashion
Board; Etta Turner Scholarship.
DAVIS, JAMES; Orlando; Political Science;
Young Democrats; Honor Roll; Washington
DeGROVE, BRUCE; West Hollywood; Biology;
Beta Beta Beta; Pershing Rifles; Pershing
Rifles Adjutant; ROTC; Honor Roll; Dean's
DEHONEY, REBECCA; Louisville, Ky.; Span-
ish; Honor Roll; Pi Beta Phi, ScholarshipChair-
man; Miss Hatter Contest Committee.
DIMMICK, STEPHEN; Daytona Beach; Music;
University Orchestra; University Band; Brass
CARR, RICHARD; Clearwater; Political Sci-
ence and History; Student Government, At-
torney General; Senate Reporter; German
DYSON, JAMES; Carlisle Barracks, Pa.; His-
tory; Pi Kappa Phi; ROTC, Brigade Command-
er; Scabbard and Blade, Captain; Debate
CASTO, KEITH; Hollywood; Pre-Law; Lambda
Chi Alpha; Varsity Soccer; Intramurals; Home-
coming Committee; Student Advisor; Honor
CELORIA, ALAN; Apopka; Music; Omicron
Delta Kappa; Pi Kappa Alpha; Concert Choir,
Student Conductor, Key Member; German
Club; AGO; BSU; Independent Men's Organ-
ization; Madrigals, Co-Chairman; Opera
Workshop; University Chorus; Intramurals;
COBB, ELLEN; Sarasota; Business Education.
COPP, GEORGE; Daytona Beach; Econom-
COX, BENJAMIN; Orlando; Music; University
Orchestra, Assistant Conductor; University
CROMWELL, PAMELA; Ft. Lauderdale; Art;
Delta Delta Delta, Pledge Class President,
Publicity Chairman, Correspondent; Intra-
murals All-Star; Green Feather, Co-Chair-
man (Publicity Committee); Kappa Pi.
DALSIS, CATHY; Modesto, Calif.; American
Studies; Canterbury Club, Publicity.
DALSIS, NANCY; Modesto, Calif.; History;
Stetson Scholar; Phi Society; Scroll and Key;
Delta Phi Alpha; Phi Alpha Theta, Secretary,
President; Canterbury Club, Corresponding
EARLE, SUSAN; Jacksonville; Elementary Ed-
ucation; Stetson Women's Service Club; Fash-
ion Board; SUB Hospitality Committee.
EDWARDS, GEORGE; St. Petersburg' Politi-
cal Science; S.G.A.; Attorney General; Scroll
and Key, President; Honors House, President;
Men's Dorm Council, Vice President; Phi
Society; Phi Alpha Theta; U.S. Senate Intern;
Reporter; Political Emphasis Week, Publicity
Chairman; Dean's List; Honor Roll.
EMERSON, DAVID; Winter Park; Physics; Hon-
or Roll' Dean's List; Scroll and Key; Phi So-
ciety; President; Sigma Pi Sigma; Society of
Physics Students; Delta Phi Alpha; German
Club; Canterbury Club; Quiz Bowl; MC and
performer at Cellar Door; DJ at WBOD.
EVANS, ROGER; Kingsport, Tenn.; Organ;
AGO, Historian, Vice President, President;
Collegium Musicum; University Chorus;Mad-
rigals, Co-Chairman; Concert Choir; Univer-
sity Orchestra; Canterbury House, Layreader,
Organist; Young Republicans; Honor Roll;
Dean's List; Carilloneur of Hulley Tower.
EZELL, GINNY; Lake Wales; English; Concert
Choir; Follies; Hatter Staff; Pi Beta Phi.
FALKINS, DAVID; Miami; Biology; Resident
Advisor; SUB Representative at Large; SUB
Treasurer; Pi Kappa Phi; Green Feather,
Chairman; Parents' Weekend, Publicity Chair-
man; College U.S.A. Touring Group; Green
Circle; Stover Theater, "Spoon River Anthol-
ogy;" ROTC; Intramurals.
FARNELL, SARAH; Jacksonville; Elementary
Education; Delta Delta Delta; Emily Hall House
Council; Hatter Holiday Committee; Intramur-
als; Orientation Committee; Parents' Week-
FARR, ROBERT; Orlando, Church Music; Mu-
sic School Senator; Student Advisor; Concert
Choir; University Chorus, AssistantManager,
Manager; Green Circle; Musicum Collegium;
FEAR, CHRIS; Apopka; Economics and His-
tory; Lambda Chi Alpha, Scholarship Chair-
man, Ritualist; Intramurals.
FELTON, DOROTHY; DeLand; Music Educa-
tion; Phi Beta; Opera Workshop; Concert
FIDUK, FRANCES; Winter Park; Elementary
Education; HATTER Staff; Tutoring at South-
western; Sigma Phi Epsilon Hearts Club.
FINCH, FRANCES; Birmingham, Ala.; French;
Phi Mu Secretary; Mortar Board; Chaudoin
House Council; Tassel; SUB Hospitality Com-
mittee; Kappa Mu Epsilon; Westminster Fel-
lowship; International Club; Junior year
abroad program in France.
FOWLER, MILLARD; Key West; Math; Varsity
Baseball; Sigma Nu; Intramurals.
FRYER, JEFF; Hialeah; Religion; Resident Ad-
visor; Student Advisor; Orientation Commit-
tee; Ministerial Association, Treasurer, Presi-
dent; Soccer; BSU, Cabinet Member, Minister
of Missions; Religious Life Council.
FULTON, TOM; Decatur, Geo.; History and
Political Science; Sigma Phi Epsilon.
FURMAN, DENNIS; Daytona Beach; Physics;
Sigma Pi Sigma.
GILBART, JANE; St. Petersburg; Social Sci-
ence; Student Gov't, Secretary; Alpha Xi
Delta; Panhellenic Council; Junior Counselor;
Honor Roll; Intramurals; Canterbury Club
Vestry; Tassel; HATTER Staff.
GLEASON, ROBERT; DeLand; Physics; Stover
Theater Productions; Alpha Phi.
GRIFFIN, ROLAND; Miami; Psychology and
Sociology; Green Circle; SUBRepresentative-
at-Large; Reisdent Advisor; Student Gov't,
Secretary of Communications; Who's Who;
Omega Phi, Vice President; HNOC.
GROSECLOSE, DAVID; Eau Gallie; Psychol-
ogy; Psi Chi; Ministerial Association; BSU;
Intramurals; Minister of Outreach; BSU Co-
ordinator; Spring Rev italization Program;
Cafeteria, Personnel Manager.
HALL, SANDRA; Bradenton; Business Finance;
Pre-Law; Student Gov't; Intramurals.
HAMILTON, MELBA; Dade City; Business; Bap-
tist Student Union; Y.W.A.'s.
HAMAN, DAVID; Melbourne; History.
HARDY, MARGARET; Wilmington, Del.; Music;
Senator; Concert Choir, T-Squad, Key Mem-
ber; University Chorus, Librarian; Canter-
bury House, Vestry; MENC; AGO; Hostess
Board; Zeta Tau Alpha; Opera Workshop;
HESTER, BETSY; Orlando; Political Science;
Phi Mu, Pledge Class President, PledgeTrain-
er; President Chaudoin Hall; Women's Exe-
cutive Council; Junior Counselor; Panhellenic
Honorary; Tassel, Treasurer; Honor Roll.
GAILBREATH, CAROL; Miami; Elementary Ed-
ucation; Alpha Xi Delta; Orientation Com-
mittee; Student Advisor; Homecoming Com-
mittee; Green Feather Committee; Hospitality
Committee; Greek Week Committee; Alfalfa
GAVENTA, BILL; Louisville, Ky.; American
Studies; Honors Program; Honor Roll; Dean's
List; Borden Prize Academic Class Council
Award; Phi Society; Scroll and Key, Presi-
dent; Taylor Prize; Resident Advisor; Sena-
tor; Student Government President; Pi Kappa
Phi; S Club; Soccer Team; Omicron Delta
Kappa; Who's Who; Scabbard and Blade;
DMS; 1st runner-up Mr. Stetson Contest; Jun-
ior in American Studies; Committees of all
shapes and sizes.
HINKLE, JoELLEN; St. Petersburg; Education;
Canterbury Club; SUB Publicity Committee.
HOBBS, JAMES; Coral Gables; Political Sci-
ence; Lambda Chi Alpha, Vice President; Fra-
ternity Intramurals; Orientation Week Com-
mittee Member; Stetson Review Contributor;
HOGEBOOM, WAYNE; Daytona Beach; Busi-
ness Administration; Pershing Rifles; Scab-
bard and Blade; Beta Alpha Sigma; Alpha
Kappa Psi; Dean's List; Honor Roll.
HORTON, TERRY; St. Augustine; Elementary
Education; Young Women's Auxiliary, Presi-
dent; BSU, Outreach Ministry; Kappa Delta
JANKOWSKI, RICHARD; Lakeland; Math;
K.M.E., Vice President, President; Sigma Pi
Sigma; Phi Society; Scroll and Key, Vice Pres-
ident; German Club; Slavic Club; BSU; Math-
ematics and Computer Assistant; Sailing Club;
Intromurals; Orientation Week, Arrangement
Chairman; President Seminar; SUB Commit-
tees; Student Advisor; Honor Roll; Dean's
JARRARD, JAMES; Winter Park; Psychology;
Vice President of Student Body; Student Sen-
ate, President; Senator; Elections and Ap-
pointments Committee; Student Advisor; Hat-
ter Holiday Committee; Green Feather Com-
mittee; Parent's Weekend Committee; HATTER
StaH; Follies; COLLEGE, U.S.A., director; Stu-
dent Affairs Committee; Resident Advisor;
Intramurals; Alpha Chi Omega Big Lyre, Car-
nation Court; MC, Miss Stetson Contest; Fresh-
man Talent Shov/, MC; Green Circle; Minis-
terial Association; Sigma Pi Kappa; Concert
Choir, T-Squad; Who's Who; SUB Represen-
tative; Publications Board.
JARVIS, JAKAY; Winchester, Tenn.; English;
Theta Alpha Phi; Players Guild; StoverTheater
Productions; Teen Theater; Experimental The-
ater; Canterbury Club; Honor Roll; Dean's
List; Winter Term in England Project; Alpha
Lambda Delta at University of Georgia.
JERNIGAN, BARBARA; Crawfordville; Ele-
mentary Education; BSU, Cabinet Member;
Young Woman's Auxiliary; Program Chair-
man; S.F.E.A.; Student Advisor; Junior Coun-
selor; Tassel; Kappa Delta Pi; Mortar Board,
Secretary; Honor Roll; Dean's List.
JOHNSON, CHARLES; Jacksonville; Econom-
ics and Religion; Pi Kappa Alpha.
JOHNSON, DONALD; Gainsville; Church
Music; University Chorus; Concert Choir; Key
Member, Officer; Opera Workshop; BSU, Of-
ficer; Stage Manager Elizabeth Hall; BSU
Revival Team; BSU Summer Missionary in
JOHNSON, RAYMOND; North Miami; Geog-
raphy and History; SUB Publicity Committee,
Chairman, Vice President, President; Gamma
Theta Upsilon, Vice President, President; Adel-
phos; BSU; Honor Roll; Dean's List; Student
JONES, EDGAR; Coral Gables; Psychology
Omicron Delta Kappa; HATTER Staff, Editor
Greek, Co-Editor; MC, Miss HATTER Contest
Tennis Team, All-Conference; Pi Kappa Phi,
Historian, Alumni Relations Director, House
Manager; Canterbury House, Junior Warden,
Senior Warden, Lay Reader; Religious Life
Council; S Club; Psi Chi; Sigma Pi Kappa;
Adelphos Society; Resident Advisor; Home-
coming Committee, Treasurer; Ballots Sub-
committee; Student Advisor; Dean's List; Hon-
or Roll; Publications Board.
JONES, MARY JANE;Morehead, Ky.; Elemen-
tary Education; Hospitality Committee; Zeta
JONES, SUSAN; Denver, Col.; Russian; SUB
Hostess; Hospitality Committee; Slavic Club,
President, Vice President; Student Advisor;
JORDAN, ROBERT; Drexel Hill, Pa.; Business;
Delta Sigma Phi, Rush Chairman, House Man-
KALLON, FODAY M.; Bodma-Koya, Sa-Leone,
West Africa; Political Science; CCUN; Motive
Chairman-Wesley Foundation; Debate Club;
International Club; Filmore Club of Hon Hall;
Independent Mens' Club.
KERN, IRENE; Dundedin; English & Spanish;
Phi Mu Sorority, Outstanding Pledge, Rush
Chairman, Social Chairman; Pa nhellenic; Del-
egate to Southeastern Panhellenic Confer-
ence; Tassel; Homecoming Committee; Jun-
ior Year Abroad, Madrid; Honor Roll.
KIMBROUGH, ARTHUR L; Panama City; Music
Ed.; Kappa Kappa Psi, Secretary; University
Orchestra, Operations Manager, Tour Mana-
ger; Outstanding member of the Orchestra
in 1967-1968. Independent Mens' Organiza-
tion, President; Brass Choir; Concert Band;
London Symphony Instutute.
KIRCHER, LAURA; Ft. Lauderdale; Biology;
Phi Mu, Panhellenic Representative; Presi-
dent; Panhellenic Council; Beta Beta Beta;
Homecoming and Parents Weekend Follies;
KIRK, DIANE; Bradenton; Music Education;
University Chorus; Concert Choir; "T" Squad,
Key Member; MENC; Opera Workshop; Stu-
KIHLER, PHYLIS; Carlisle, Ark.; Medical Tech-
KOWALSKI, JO; Cocoa; Elementary Ed.; BSU;
SFEA, Secretary, Treasurer; Conrad Hall
House Council, President; Women's Executive
Council; Green Feather Committee; Student
Advisor; Young Women's Auxiliary.
KNEEN, JEFFREY; Lighthouse Pt.; General
Business; Delta Sigma Phi, Treasurer, IFC,
Vice President; Publications Board; Reporter,
Business Manager; Sigma Pi Kappo; IFA,
LAFRENIER, VICKI; Lecanto; English; Zeta Tau
Alpha, Social Chairman, Rush Chairman; Stu-
dent Adviser; Miss HATTER Finalist; Sigma Phi
Epsilon Sweetheart Club; Nominated for
Woodrow Wilson Scholarship; Dean's List;
LAISE, MIA: Arlington, Va.; English; Parent's
Weekend Follies; Homecoming Follies; HAT-
TER Staff, Secretary; Honor Roll; Phi Mu,
Scholarship Chairman; Student Advisor.
LANE, SHIRLEY; DeLand; Elementary Ed.
LAVENDER, WILLIAM W.Jr.;Charleston,S.C.;
Psychology; Ministerial Association, Presi-
dent; General Manager WBOB; BSU Out-
LAYTON, GAVE; Hollywood; French; Conrad
House Council; Summer Women's Executive
Council; Student Government, Elections Com-
mittee; SFEA; Kappa Delta Pi; Tassel; French
Club; Dean's List; Honor Roll.
LEEDS, LINDA: Lake Park; History; Zeta Tau
Alpha, Ritual Chairman; SUBHospitolity Com-
mittee, Social Committee; Intramurals.
LEVY, DANIEL E.; Montevideo, Uruguay; Ec-
onomics; International Club, President; Var-
sity Soccer; Spanish Club.
LONNMAN, GREG; St. Petersburg; Music
Independent Mens Organization; Intramurals
Pep Band; Kappa Kappa Psi, Vice President
University Band; University Orchestra; Brass
Choir; London Symphony Institute.
LOTT, LOLA; St. Augustine; Spanish; Sigma
Delta Pi; Junior Year Abroad in Spain;Stover
Bowl; International Club.
LYONS, WILLIAM; Kensington, Maryland; Eng-
lish; Intramurals; Disc Jockey for WBOD; Dorm
Representative Junior Year.
Mac CONNELL, JOHN C; Titusville; General
Business; Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity.
Mac GREGOR, CAROL; Jacksonville; Biology;
Phi Society, Tri-Beta; Scroll and Key.
MAURER, DONALD; Daytona Beach; Physics;
Sigma Pi Sigma; Vice President; American
Institute of Physics Student Chapter; Affiliated
with General Electric's Apollo Systems De-
McBEATH, ROBERT E.; Louisville, Ky.; English;
Pi Kappa Phi; Resident Advisor; Stetson Fol-
McCABE, BERNARD; Mt. Dora; Political Sci-
ence; Intramurals; Student AffairsCommittee;
Delta Sigma Phi, Athletics Chairman; Vice
President;Pledgemaster; Greek Week Chair-
man; Interfraternity Council, President.
AAcCOMB, DONALD; DeLand; Management-
McDADE, ROBERT; Miami; History; Pi Kappa
Alpha, House Manager, Social Chairman;
Playboy Club; Wednesday Evening Club; Lake
Eustis Yatch Club.
McGRATH, MICHAEL; New Smyrna Beach;
American Studies; Scroll and Key.
McKENZIE, SUSAN; Satellite Beach; French;
Intramurals, Junior Year Abroad; StudentAd-
visor; Political Emphasis Week; International
Club; Student AffairsCommittee; French Club;
McLaughlin, SAM; Oalnsville; Accounting;
Concert Choir; University Chorus; Home-
coming Committee; Green Feather Commit-
tee; Student Advisor; Alpha Kappa Psi; Sig-
ma Pi Kappa; Beta Alpha Sigma; The Account-
ancy Club; BSU; HATTER Staff, Business Man-
ager; Publications; Players Guild; Winter
Term Abroad in Ireland.
MEYER, CHARLES; Jacksonville; Economics; Pi
Kappa Alpha, Historian; Pershing Rifles; ROTC
Rifle Team; Adelphos Society.
MIKELL, ANN; Eustis; English; Alpha Chi Ome-
ga, 3rd Vice President; Intramurals; Reporter
Staff, Editorial Assistant; Stover Theater Pro-
MILLS, JON; Coral Gables; Economics; Pi
Kappa Alpha, Secretary, Rush Chairman, Vice
President, President; Townsend Leadership
Award; Honor Roll; Scabbard and Blade;
IFC, President; Homecoming Committee, Elec-
tions Committee, Chapel Committee; Adel-
phos Society; "S" Club; Varsity Golf; All Con-
ference Golf Team; Student Advisor; Intra-
murals, All Star Teams in Volleyball, Softball,
Football; Senior Class Senator; Men's Ju-
MINOR, KATHRYN B.; Madison, Wise.; Eng-
lish; Pi Beta Phi Sorority, Activities Chair-
man; Program Chairman; Scholarship Chair-
man; Phi Society; Order of Scroll and Key;
Sigma Tau Delta; Dean's List.
MINOR, THOMAS; Eau Gollie; Physics; Omi-
cron Delta Kappa; Sigma Pi Sigma; Kappa
Mu Epsilon; Society of Physics Students; Del-
ta Phi Alpha; Scroll and Key; Phi Society;
Presidential Running Team; Stover Bowl; Hon-
ors Program; Dean's List; Honor Roll.
MISHLER, WILLIAM; Miami Beach; Political
Science; Independent Men's Organization,
President, Vice President; Soccer Team; In-
tramurals, Debate Team; Political Emphasis
Week Co-Chairman, Young Democrats.
MONKIEWICZ, JOSEPH; Lynn Field, Mass.;
MONTE, JULIA REED; South Daytona Beach;
MOORE, NANCY C; Ormond Beach; Social
Science; Women's House Council, Conrad;
BSU Women's Service Club; Honor Roll.
MORALES, GERARD, Miami; Political Science;
Men's Judiciary Council; Liberal Arts Senator.
MORGAN, RODNEY W.; Tampa; Political Sci-
ence; Honor Roll; Omicron Delta Kappa;
Green Circle; Sigma Pi Kappa; Scabbard
and Blade; Senator; President of Junior and
Senior Class; President Pro-Tem of the Sen-
ate; Student Affairs Committee; HATTER staff;
Publications Board, Chairman; Young Demo-
crat's; Adelophos Society, President; Resident
Advisor, Head Resident-Upper Class Area.
MOYNAHAN, STEPHEN; Radnor, Pa ; Busi
ness Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha, Social
Chairman, President; President of Business
School; Alpha Kappa Psi; Beta Alpha Sigma.
NEHLES, SHERRON; Starkville, Miss.: French;
Junior Year Abroad (Strasbourg, France);
Student Advisor, French Club; International
Club; Office Assistant; BSU.
NEWTON, CLIFFORD; Jacksonville; Econom-
ics; Green Circle; Theater fraternity; Inter-
fraternity Council; Sigma Nu Fraternity; Rush
NUGENT, NEIL J.; St. Petersburg' History;
Pi Kappa Alpha; IFC Representative; Intra-
OLIVER, JUDITH D.; St. Augustine; Spanish;
BSU; Young Republications; Student Advisor;
Honor Roll; Sigma Delta Pi; Junior Year
Abroad Program-University of Madrid.
PAGE, JOSEPH T.; Miami; Physics; Sigma
Pi Sigma; Orchestra; Omicron Delta Kappa;
PANKOKIN, LINDA; Mechanicsburg, Penn.;
French and Spanish; Intramurals; JuniorYear
PEDERSEN, CARL; Hinsdale, Illinois; Business
Administration; Delta Sigma Phi, Vice Presi-
dent, Sgt. at Arms; Intramurals.
POLLACK, NEUMAN; Hollywood; Political Sci-
ence; Young Democrats, President; Founda-
tion Chairman of Hillel Fund; Religious Life
Council; Resident Advisor; Slavic Club; Edi-
tor of Young Democrat; Political Emphasis,
Dialogue '67 and '68; Research Assistant for
President Geren; Pershing Rifles; Woodrow
Wilson Nominee; Liberius Staff and contribu-
tor '68; Youth for Collins in West Volusia
County, Chairman; Orientation; Cultural
POLLARD, MARTHA; DeLand; Elementary Ed.;
Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority, Standards Chair-
man, President; Stetson Union Board, Hos-
pitality Chairman; Gamma Theta Upsilon;
Mortar Board, Vice President; Who's Who
in American Colleges and Universities; Stu-
dent Advisor; Honor Roll; Dean's List.
PRICE, CAROL; Eau Gallie; Biology; Beta
Beta Beta; Stetson Women's Service Club;
House Council; BSU; Yearbook; Honor Roll;
PUGH, ROBERT; DeLand; History; Green
QUINA, M. KATHRYN; Mulberry; Psychology;
SUB, Films Committee, Chairman; Stetson
Women's Service Club; Tassel Psi Chi,
RADEBAUGH, KENNETH; Kissimmee; History;
Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity, Archon, Chaplain;
Head Resident; Omicron Delta Kappa; Who's
Who in American Colleges and Universities;
Scabbard and Blade; Canterbury House, Sen-
ior Warden, Lay Reader.
RADEBAUGH, KRISTEN KANE; Winter Park;
Elementary Ed.; Cheerleader; 1st runner up
Freshman Beauty Queen; Pi Beta Phi; HATTER
Staff; ROTC Sponsor; Military Ball Queen;
Sigma Pi Kappa; Panhellenic Honorary; Sec-
retary of Stetson Hall; Junior Counselor; 1st
runner up Miss Stetson; Traffic Court; Traffic
Committee; Green Feather Committee; Par-
ent's Weekend Committee; Homecoming
Committee; Pi Kappa Phi Rose Queen; Who's
Who in American Colleges and Universities;
Dear Friend of Hatter Editor; Canterbury.
RALPH, KENDRICK W., JR.; Wallingford,
Conn.; Business Economics; SUB Social Com-
mittee; Soccer; Sigma Nu.
RALSTON, CAROL LUCAS: Columbus, Ohio;
History; Alpha Xi Delta; Women's Council;
Green Feather; Student Director of Women
Intramurals; First Runner Up Posture Con-
test; Finalist Basketball Queen Contest; Pan-
RALSTON, JAY CHRISTOPHER; Columbus,
Ohio; History; Varsity Basketball; Sigma Nu;
Pledge Marshal; S Club; Social Chairman.
RAMSEY, DOROTHY AA. C; Bushnell, Fla.;
Moth; Christian Science Organization.
REED, MARVIN; Zephrhills, Fla.; Math; In-
tramurals; Kappa Mu Epsilon; Honor Roll.
SHEE, WILLIAM; Woodbridge, Conn. Math;
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Social Chairman.
SIMMONS, AAARK; Eau Gallie; Music Educa-
tion; Band; Outstanding Freshman Male A-
word; Orchestra, Operations manager. Gen-
eral manager; Letter of Commendation; Pep
Bond; Conductor; MENC; Kappa Kappa Psi;
National Band Honorary, Vice President.
REISER, SANDRA; Daytona Beach; German;
German Club; Student Advisor; German Hon-
orary; Jr. Year Abroad; Concert Band; Tau
Beta Sigma; Shoestring Theater; International
RHODES, DONNA M.; Orlando; Music Ed.;
Tau Beta Sigma; Band; Phi Beta, Pres.; Honor
Roll; Mortar Board Treas.; Student Advisor;
Tassel; Music Ed. National Conference; Out-
standing Music Student Award.
RICH, JAMES M., JR.; Winter Park' Account-
ing; Accounting Club.
RICKS, CARLYNN; Miami; Math; Wesley
Foundation; Phi Society Sec'y; Scroll and
Key; Kappa Mu Epsilon; International Hon-
ors Program; Honor Program.
RINTZ, RICHARD; DeLand; Sociology; Lamb-
da Chi Alpha; Dean's List; Honor Roll; So-
ciology Club; Phi Guy.
ROBERTS, BOBBI; Ft. Lauderdale; Elem. Ed.;
Jr. Counselor; House Council; HATTER Staff;
Orientation Committee; Homecoming Com-
mittee; Tassel; Alpha Xi Delta, Rush Chair-
ROBERTSON, LARRY W.; Jacksonville; Chem-
istry; Jr. Year Abroad; NSF Research; Delta
SAGER, NANCY; New Smyrna Beach; Elem.
Ed.; Honor Roll; Dean's List; Student Gov't;
Election Committee; SUB Hostess; Assistant
Dorm Director; Student Advisor.
SANDEFUR, LYNN; Gainesville; Music; Zeta
Tau Alpha, Music Director; Concert Choir,
T-Squad, Key Member, Soloist; Collegium
Musicum; Opera Workshop; MENC, Trea-
surer; Madrigals; Follies; University Chorus;
SAWYER, ANN (CHRYS); Wiesbaden, Ger-
many; Elementary Ed.; Delta Delta Delta,
House President, Chaplain; Song Leader;
President of Emily Hall; Executive Council;
House Council; Intramurals; PanhellenicHon-
orary; Orientation Committee; Homecoming;
SAYLES, WENDY; Miami; English; Stetson
Women's Service Club; BaptistStudentUnion.
SLUSHER, SANDRA; Raleigh, N.C.; Psychol-
ogy; Honor Roll; Tassel; Psi Chi; President;
BSU, Minister of Communication; HATTER
Staff, Secretary; Student Advisor; Junior
Councelor; Co-Chairman of Committee for
Parent's Weekend; Russian Club; Home-
coming Committee; Orientation Committee;
Contestant in Miss HATTER and Miss Stetson
SPOnS, JANE; Lake Worth; English; Sigma
Tau Delta; Young Democrats, Tutoring; Hon-
STEUART, FRANK; Washington, D.C.; Busi-
ness; Delta Sigma Phi, Rush Chairman, Sec-
retary, President; Cantebury Club; Interfra-
ternity Council, Treasurer.
STRUM, DIANNE; Indialantic; Art; Kappa Pi
SULLIVAN, JAN; Jesup, Go.; Education; Del-
ta Delta Delta Sorority, Pledge Trainer, Vice
President, Sponsor Chairman; Panhellenic
Council, Junior Counselor; Panhellenic Hon-
orary; Student Advisor, Senior Representa-
tive to Women's Executive Council, Tassel;
SUMNER, DAVID; Dade City; Social Science;
Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity, Pledge Class Chap-
lain, Secretary; Baptist Student Union, Fresh-
man Council, Vice President, News letter
editor; State B.S.U. Revival team; South-
western Tutoring Program; Student Advisor;
Orientation Committee, Honors Program;
Concert Choir; Honor Roll; Student Union
Board; Resident Advisor, Winn-Dixie Stores
Foundation Scholarship Award; Reporter
SWART, MICHAEL; Ft. Lauderdale; Business
Administration; Alpha Kappa Psi, President,
Vice President, Warden; Westministor Fel-
lowship, President, Enlistment Chairman;
Sigma Phi Epsilon.
TALLANT, MARILYNN; Louisville, Kentucky;
English; AWS Executive Council, Chaudoin
Hall President; Student Advisor Co-Ordin-
ator for Orientation '67; Orientation Social
Committee Co-Chairman; ConcertChoir; BSU
Cabinet, Who's Who in American Colleges
TAYLOR, ROBERT; Ft. Lauderdale; Psychology;
Men's Judiciary Council; Concert Choir, "T"
Squad, Key Member, General Manager; Op-
era; Student Advisor; Orientation; Home-
coming; Chairman of Elections Committee;
Traffic Department; Chairman; Student Gov-
ernment President's Cabinet; Reporter Con-
tributor; Intramurals, Dorm League.
THAYER, JOEL; DeLand; Sociology; Lambda
Chi Alpha Fraternity.
THOMAS, FRANK; Atlanta, Go.; History; Bap-
tist Student Union; Intramurals; Phi Society;
Scroll and Key; Phi Alpha Theta; Delta Phi
Alpha, Kappa Delta Pi; Omicron Delta Kap-
pa; Who's Who in American Colleges and
Universities; Senate; Resident Advisor; Adel-
phos Society; Slavic Club; Woodrow Wilson
Nominee in History; German Club; Student
Assistant to Dr. Schultz; State of Florida BSU
TVEDT, LEILA; Asheville, N.C.; Political Sci-
ence; Charter Member and Secretary of
Women's Service Club, Historian.
TURANO, CHARLOnE; St. Petersburg; Biolo-
gy; Beta Beta Beta; Women's Service Club;
Canterbury; Dorm Council; Honor Roll;
VIHLEN, CAROL TORRES; Geneva; Elemen-
tary Ed.; Sigma Pi Kappa; Kappa Delta Pi;
Pi Beta Phi; Tassel; HATTER Staff, Managing
Editor; Junior Counselor.
WADE, JOYCE; Marathon; Elementary Ed.;
Independents Softball; Intramural Board; Hon-
WARFIELD, ROBERT; Eustis; Business Admin-
istration; Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity; Alpha
Kappa Psi; Orientation Committee; Home-
coming Committee; Intramurals, Football,
Basketball, Volleyball, Bowling.
WATSON, DIANE; DeBary; Elementary Ed.;
Pi Kappa Delta; Debate Team; Young Demo-
crates; Honor Roll; Dean's List; SNEA.
WATSON, JEANNIE; Alexandria, Vir.; Ele-
mentary Ed.; Tassel; Alpha Chi Omega, 1st
Vice President; Chairman of Standards, Out-
standing Pledge of the Year Award; Canter-
bury House, Vestry, Food Chairman, Trea-
surer; Panhellenic Honorary; Women's Exe-
cutive Council; Stetson Hall House Council;
Honor Roll; Student Assistant.
WEATHERS, EDW RD B.; Louisville, Ky.; Gen-
eral Business; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Honor Roll.
WEAVER, BRUCE; San Tome, Venezuela;
Young Republicans; Alpha Kappa Psi; Dean's
List; Honor Roll.
WETMORE, JO D.; Weston, Mass.; English;
Phi Mu, Treasurer, Standords-member-at-
large; Outstanding Intramural athlete; 1967
Posture Queen; Player Guild; Junior Coun-
selor; Stetson House Council;Treasurer, 1969
Southeast Panhellenic Conference; Sigma Phi
Epsilon Hearts Club.
WHEELON, JANICE; Block Mountain, N.C.;
English; Co-Chalrman of Orientation Week;
MInlmester Evaluation Committee; Hatter
Holiday Publicity Chairman; Greek Editor of
'67 HATTER; Secretary of Homecoming Com-
mittee; House Council; Student Advisor; Jun-
ior Counselor; Library Comm.; Alpha Xi Del-
ta, Historian, Vice-President; Liberal Arts Sen-
ator; Elections and Appointments Committee;
Honor Roll; Who's Who in American Colleges
WHITEHEAD, E. CARL; DeLand; Music; Soloist
Concert Choir; University Chorus; Opera
WILLIAMS, SANDRA; St. Petersburg; Theolo-
gy; Alpha Xi Delta; Homecoming Committee;
Green Feather; French Club; SUB Hostess;
Intramurals; Freshman Beauty Contest; Stet-
son Fashion Board; Miss Stetson Contest;
ROTC Sponsor; Military Ball Queen Contest,
1st runner-up; Basketball Queen; Student Ad-
visor; BSU, Relazation Committee; Alfalfa
Alphas; Southeastern PanhellenicConference
Steering Committee; Coed of the Week.
WILSON, DAVID; Coatsville, Pa.; Accounting;
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Vice President; Student
Advisor, Accounting Club.
WOHLFARTH, THEODORE; DeLand; Econom
ics; Christian Science Organization; Sigma
Pi Kappa, Stetson-Southwestern Tutoring Pro-
gram; Reporter Staff.
WOOLEY, MILLAINE; Jacksonville; History; Pi
Beta Phi, House Manager, Social Chairman,
President; Phi Alpha Theto; Intermurals Par-
ticipation Award; Posture Contest Finalist;
Miss Stetson Contest; Homecoming Com-
WORD, ROBERT J. II; Clearwater; Film; Hon-
or Roll; Theta Alpha Phi; Photography Editor
for HATTER 1968; Fine Arts Editor for Repor-
ter '68; Parent's Weekend Follies; Baptist
Theatre Convention; Stover Productions, Film
Committee '68; Player's Guild.
YARBROUGH, CLAUDIA; Jacksonville; Biolo-
gy; Beta Beta Beta; Stover Bowl.
YOUNG, SHARON; BelAir, Maryland; Mar-
keting-Management; Alpha Kappa.
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