E hfo.'r HI an
DO NOT REMOVE
I live not in myself,
but I become
Portion of that around
and the walls Of
can dance and bloom,
Being my limbs
or infant-crawls . . .
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That blossom into wisdom with the years.
Thus I am Stetson,
and her mem'ry calls
scholar's hopes; a youngster's fears;
My friends; my books; old buildings;
growing with my peers
There is a pleasure
in the ivory tow'r,
There is a rapture
when the Greeks regale,
There is society, which has a pow'r
Of lifting spirits, now as we are hale
And young, immers'd in it. These days must fail
Or we must leave them for a greater world:
Yet what we might become, when we shall sail
On larger waters, here has been unfurled
Stetson the canvas, life
the breeze; our ship,
A word that must be,
and hath been, A parting,
a remembrance seal'd for
But what is time,
where life was lived — the
Of growth in knowledge,
love, and wisdom?
All hills before you
with the joy sublime
That comes from having
scaled these first ones well;
And Stetson's days,
youth's journey, like a chime
Of church-bells shall resound
— May God be with you,
and with Stetson.
College: The Great Excursion
Visit Florida and mix business
with pleasure. Get set for the
warmest, wildest, most exciting,
funfilled time of your life at Stetson
University, DeLand's historical
attraction. It's like stepping into
the past, enjoying the present, and
preparing for the future. Fully
staffed with friendly professionals.
Stetson offers something for every-
one. Fly Stetson. Come for the
beaches. Come for the people. Let
us show you our city. Non-stop and
connecting flights are available.
You can go anywhere from here.
From your originating city to your
destination. College is the Great
Excursion. Make the most of your
trip and enjoy your flight. For
touring, exploring, meeting new
The poem extended from pages
2-15 was written by Frank Cerio, a
senior English major at Stetson. In
the style of Byron's I'hildc Har-
old's Pilgrimage, the verse sug-
geets our own travel motif.
people or just relaxing. Stetson's
Student Life (Humor)
"Having been at Stetson University for 18 years there is so much that I could
say that it would fill the book. Therefore, I say nothing."
M. R. Emerson
I hope that you will find as much
joy and information in this yearbook
as I have in the ones which I have
used since my own college days. I
believe you will. Stetson is a wonder-
ful place, but it would be nothing
without the people who make it up.
This yearbook has its principal value
in the fact that it majors on these
When we all are young, we are not
as apt to be conscious of the
significance of memories and connec-
tions as we will be later. A yearbook
helps us to preserve those memories
and our consciousness of connections
in a very unique way.
Pope A. Duncan
President, Stetson University
Robert S. Chauvin
Dean of College
of Liberal Arts
Paul T. Langston
Dean of the School
David W. Nylen
Dean of the School
Thomas J. Turner
Vice President and
Dean of the University
H. Graves Edmondson
Vice President for
Finance and Planning
Student Affairs: K. Smith, M.E. Walls, R. Ellis, Z.
McAfee, D. Green, B. Hoffman, T. Freeman, J.
Admissions: Row 1 - A. Beck, J. Bambrick; Row 2 - G.
Meadows, E. Merrill, L. Williams, G. Wilcox, L. McMasters,
M. McCain, M. McMasters.
E. Garth Jenkins
Dean of Student
Linda Parson, As-
sociate Director of
Alumni Programs, is a
on at 1st
camping and back-
packing are among her
Row 1 - J. Fortes, J.
Hays; Row 2 - C. Shafe,
J. Barbee, L. Parson;
Row 3 - T. Bowley, D.
Lee, V. President for
Development, G. Mc-
Dannel, M. Dobson.
Reed, P. Stinson, G.
Williams, R. Archer, T.
Keener, R. Ellis, J.
Data Processing: J.
Burke, Director, S.
Haas, R. LaGor, D.
Griffin, I,. Fitzgerald.
Quite diversified in his
interests, Joe Burke,
Director of Computer
Services, directs and
acts in small theatre
songs, is a member of
the American Society
of Composers, Authors,
and Publishers, draws
cartoons, and paints.
Comptroller: Row 1 -
S. Holder, M. Fried-
man, B. Wilkins, E.
Dorfman; Row 2 - Col.
Ledgerwood, E. Cle-
well, L. Stevens, L.
Jackson, D. Eaves, D.
Registrar: Row 1 - J.
Pugh, L. Wilson; Row
2 - I. Brown, H. Sas-
sard, Registrar, L.
Financial Aid: N. Al-
len, L. Duling, B.
Tapscott, D. Moore,
You will find thai Joe Myers ia President of the DeLand l.il>r.ir\
Board ol Trust* ■ - i Member ol the Volusia County Library Board.
and he sings in the Trinity Methodist Church Choir.
(Right) Library: S.
("line. M. Scott, K.
Johnson, R. -Jordan. A.
Hurst. J. Myers.
i Lower right) M.R.
(Above) News Bureau
D. Shank. M.
McBride. J. Hughey. C
Flourney, D. Rock
efeller. F. Cooper.
(Above) Counseling Center: G. Hood, E. Stephenson. A. Abernethy.
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(Left) Print Shop
(Upper right) University Health Services
Art work, especially
sketches, is what Janice
Hess, Director of University
Health Services, likes to do
in her spare time.
K Jackson and <;. Fleming show thai professors will
clown around when given the proper circumstances!
Business: Row 1 - M. Patterson, B. Thome, M. Dailey, J. Strvker, J. David, E. Nelson; Row 2 - D. Nvlen.
R (\>peland, J. Master, K. Jackson, G. Fleming, H. Taft, M. Boyd.
Hailing from Freiburg,
Germany, Dr. Manfred
Pelz is a visiting professor
with the exchange abroad
program. He teaches for-
eign language and will be
at Stetson for one year.
Language, Art, Amer-
ican Studies: Row 1 - F.
Messersmith, H. Berry,
G. Anderson, J. Hague, K.
Johnson; Row 2 - E.
Minter, R. Smith, M.
Gilbert; Row 3 - F.
Frauchiger, J. Berry, M.
Pelz, D. Gunderson.
Religion, Speech: J. Beasley, E. Joiner, 0. L. Walker, D. Musser, J. Wright.
One must learn silence.
One must restrain the flood of feeling
lest feeling run
wild, thunder into gorges, drown the
one mind able to
command the great gates — thereby create
sea so deep it
cannot be breached, even by the sun.
W. E. Taylor
Dr. Raymond is prepared to take a dive at
the dunking booth.
Fnglish: Row 1 - VV. Tavlor, K. Osborne. K. Smith, A. Morris, H. Ciillespie. M. Ravmond, W. Johnson;
Row 2 - W. Westcott, B. ('rain. C. Colwell.
History: P. Steeves, K. 0'-
Keefe, M. Lovelace, J. Hague,
M. Wynn, E. Johnson.
Sociology, Economics, Political Science: T. Bailey, G. Maris, C. Vedder, J. Wycoff, J.
Schorr, N. Long, R. Wood.
It you've iusi joined the
Bailing club to impress
ite guy who ;
sailing, as you return to
the 'lock, holding onto
the Forward stay, sexilj
perched on the deck in
your pretties! bikini, the
wind will change, the boal
will tip, and you will Fall,
intly into the slimy,
green drink! It you try to
recoup from the above
.undent by pitifully
crying tur help to gel oul
ol the slippery water, the
f^uy who saves you will
turn out to be the Turkey
of the campus.
Dr. Nancy Johnson
Dr. Thwing is quite
active in the Church. He
sings in the choir, is
President ol the Del. and
Chapter of Full Gospel
Business Men's Fellow-
ship International, and
has recently published an
article in Charisma
Math: Row I A Gillespie, E. Magarian, N. Johnson; Row 2
Medlin, 1). Kletzing, H W. Thwing.
C. BzelL G.
Music: Row 1 - J. Jenkins. M. Rich. E. Leek. K. Toth. Row 2 W. HutchingS, J. Rlasdale. G. O'Hara.
R. Rich. C. Watters, R. Fort. P. Jenkins, J. Kindred. R. Feasel. P. Langston, D. Yaxley, T. Sleeper.
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Education: Row 1 - R.
Arnold, B. Nordman, L.
Hobbs, J. Brunk; Row 2
- J. Greek, R. Mor-
eland, G. Epley, T.
Smotherman, J. Coffee.
Dr. Delap can tell you
quite a bit about his
recent stay in Africa;
but if you're more
interested in his activi-
ties here in DeLand,
ask him about his ten-
nis with the Dean, or
his photochemistry re-
He's President of the
Gem and Mineral Club
of DeLand, a member
of the Council Commit-
tee on Chemical Educa-
tion of the American
Chemical Society, and a
councilor of the Florida
Section of the American
Chemical Society; guess
who! He's none other
than Dr. Beiler.
Physics, Chemistry, Biology: P. Papacosta, T. Lick, T. Beiler, A. Jusick, K.
Everett, D. Barkalow, D. Stock, E. Coolidge, J. Bozard, C. Coutant, D. Fuller,
E. Norman, K. Hansen.
Military Science: Row 1 - MSC. K.Kilmer, LTC A.
Wehrle, MAJ R. Sauer, MAJ .J. Hornaday. CPT G.
Howard, CPT -J. Nash. Row 2 - SFC J. Hill, M. Bean,
SFC •!. .Jenkins, G. Carlton, SGM J. Pope, LTC M.
Howell. Row 3 - SSG M. Twymon.
(Right) Dr. Derek Barkalow takes a breather.
(Below right) This profile belongs to B-school
professor Garry Fleming.
More FUNdamental Laws
If the biggest bash of the year is set for December
20th, your worst exam will be at 7 A.M. December
If the courses you've taken for two years were
designed so you could take Chemical Engineering 476,
the new catalogue will show Analysis 27. r >. which you
haven't taken, as a new prerequisite.
Dr. Nancy Johnson
(Left) Sue Recko and Kemper Smith share a
moment at the skating rink.
(Below) About a dozen or so faculty members
assemble each Tuesday and Friday afternoons for
a few games of volleyball at the Emily Hall court.
(Left) Spiking action at the net; (Right) Some of
the players gather together for a group shot.
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Mary Ellen Bennett
Howard R. Brennan
Rob Roy Ives
Mary Alice Myers
James Scarce III
Taylor Wells III
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Mary Ann Cook
( '..ir\ ( '..onev
Ann Beth ('..Her
Mark S. Durland
Mary Ellen Langley
David B. Long
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John Allen Vincent
I, y nne Bazley
Mark Bracket t
Vivianne de Pass
Lee Ann Hadnot
Mary Lu Harrell
Mary Hfth Irvin
Vera D. Jean
Bryce D. Neier
Sue Lynne Roulstone
Doug Van Dyke
Richard W i
Artur G. Boulerice
Bess Marie Cobb
Jodi I h W
Vesta Lee Hall
Dawn J. Heeldtke
M.ir\ Ann Howard
Sharon Anne Lefever
Mary Beth Maloney
Melinda Strut hers
Mary Ann Unrein
W 7 illiam S. W'illiams
Mary Liz Williamson
The Greenfeather Drive raised $10,000.00 this year. The co-chairmen
for this event were Joel Brown and Sandy Babey, both of whom put in
a lot of time and effort to make the charity drive successful. The money
raised throughout the week goes to such charities as: United Way,
Muscular Dystrophy, Cerebral Palsy, Cancer Society, and such local
charities as the Neighborhood Center and the Duval Home, among others.
The fund-raising events this year included .1
Fund-run, and Bar-B-Q and field-day. the Follies,
and ut course, the Greenfeather Carnival. This
YearV carnival boasted more booths and raised
more money than its predecessors. Kids of all ages
enjoyed it. including members of the faculty and
The flight through college t.ikes us to
many different c - Here at Stetson
we .ire t \; <us types ol acti\ fciV s
Fur example, the campus united for such
activities as A RS.. the hostage vigil, given
by Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity and the
Student Union Board, also the Christmas
ces, and any other attractions that
might arouse the student's interests.
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It travel foi tht Stetson Student means
the inward journey of a developing intellect
along with the obvious outward journt y
through time and towards maturity, then R
Buckminster Fuller must embody the virtues
of that journeyman. The internationally
acclaimed genius and pioneer visited Stetson
on October 10 and illustrated what th<
-Renaissance Man" of the twentieth century
We. the students, shall always strive to
reach for the goals that we have set for
ourselves no matter where the path may lead
Winter Term '81 proved to
be a Buccess tor students and
professors alike, due to the
efforts ol the Winter Term
Committee, headed by Dr. Gary
Relief from the record-
breaking cold weather was
provided by the many extracur-
ricular activities, visiting
scholars, artists, musicians, and
just plain good times.
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Students were given many
opportunities to "explore the
outer limits" through indepen-
dent study and various theme
courses, ranging from The Third
Wave to The Celluloid Horizon.
Several off-campus seminars
were offered, such as the Wa-
shington - New York trip which
brought students into contact
with politics outside the class-
Many students used this
time to "stretch their minds" as
well as their bodies. Meditation
and CPR classes, weight-lifting,
suit hall, and aerobic dance were
offered to fulfill their needs. For
sheer entertainment. Stover
Theatre provided Agatha Chris-
tie's excellent mystery, "The
Despite classes, projects, and
senior researches, relaxation was
the order of the day. Resourceful
as ever, Stetson students found
endless ways to take it easy, take
a break, and even take off.
Scoping is our favorite pasttime
here at Stetson. What better reason is
there to go into the commons, the
library or even the hatrack? However,
scoping has become a campus-wide
occurrence, people "scope" from just
The next time you're running
around campus remember that people
are "scoping" you out. So be on your
toes and always look your best!!
Bpeilon Theta i Chapter of Kappa Alpha
Theta Fraternity w;is colonized .it S
on February 14, 1981, and was installed as
a chapter on May 2, 1981.
The Thetas are proud to join the ranks
of the Panhellenic Association as the first
BOrority invited to the campus in twenty-
tour years. The development of chapter
unit\ has been enhanced by the dedication
and effort of the collegiate members and
alumnae in the community. Spring activities
included a pledge retreat, fraternity socials,
Panhellenic Pals, a Big Sister program with
the University of Florida Thetas, and
various alumnae activities. Our major event
of the semester was the installation of our
chapter when each member was initiated by
the Cirand President of Kappa Alpha Theta.
We look forward to our first full vear
of existence in 1981 - 1982.
1 to r: D Luko, T Page, R Boccard, M
Dicsanio, L Miracle, F Chandler (2) V
Torres, K K Gillis, E Shields, J Bonura (3)
C Carroll, K Gatje, B Edwards, K Carlton,
14) D Dorribo, K Lyon, J Rood, (5) D
Clifton, R Sargent, D Johnson, B Fewox, M
Fagleson (6) P Messersmith, M Messers-
mith, K Hurley, D Acosta, T Granata, D
February 15th - 19th
15th Brians Song
16th Talent Show
17th Mr. Elwyn Adams - violinist
18th Chapel Rev. J. Coats
Jim Haskins Lecture
19th SAAS at Vespers
Chairpersons: Lin Daly and
As we journey through Stetson some of us
decided to adventure off campus. Off campus life
does not only include a home outside the dorm but
also includes any activity that we do off the campus
grounds. Such activities include trips to Rosies. The
"Port". Daytona and various other destinations.
HOMECOMING: Coming back to
Stetson. Traveling many times but
This past weekend marked Stet-
sons 98th homecoming. It started on
Friday the 20th and continued on to
Sunday the 22nd. Homecoming '81 was
marked with many fun-filled activities,
making the weekend most enjoyable for
all. Committee chairmen Carol From-
hagen and Brian Eubanks worked
closely to make the weekend a success.
Alumni came from everywhere to see if
the campus had changed any.
Although the weekend was de-
signed for alumni, the school's student
body also took part in making the
weekend a memorable experience.
Friday's activities were "tests" for the
alumni — they were challenged in both
baseball and tennis by the students.
Friday night was highlighted by the
Tommy Dorsey Orchestra which played
in the Edmunds Center.
Saturday began with a list of guest
speakers at each of the breakfasts.
Senator Lawton Chiles for example,
spoke to an eager audience of Stetson
grads, both old and new, at the Law
breakfast. Also in the morning, there
were the inductions into the Sports Hall
of Fame. The day continued with many
activities, field day at the BBQ and the
sounds of Bluegrass music. Receptions,
Fun Run, and many open houses also
filled the afternoon. The night brought
victory — the Hatters stomped on the
team from Bethune - Cookman. Team
work was the most important point of
this year's game. As half time rolled
around there was excitement in the air.
Who will be the King and Queen? This
years queen was Angel DiCosola and
the King was Rob Dyer. Angel repre-
sented Phi Mu sorority and Rob held
strong for the Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity.
The game continued to only prove once
again the Hats are number 1.
Homecoming was over just as fast
as it started. Tears, hugs, and laughter
will be remembered as the biggest part
of Homecoming '81.
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The Stetson soccer team had
another tough season ending with a
record "I seven wins, ten losses, and one
tie. With a tough schedule, Stetson's
relative inexperience could nol quite
keep up with the talents of such rivals
as the University of Miami and
Biscaj ne College.
The Hats had a difficult year losing
mosl games by only one goal. "Inexper-
ience hurt us." said coach Gil Domin-
guez. "We have had the opportunity to
win many games."
The team will only loose four
senior^: Ed Fitzgerald, Steve Scerra,
Jim Massmello, and Edgar Haerle ot
which the team relied upon lor their
experience. The team was young and
with many returning starters such as
top scorer Kicky Harris coach Domin-
guez said: "We have a good nucleus for
next year's team. And with the season
out of the way. I feel we haved turned
the corner in our quest to make Stetson
Soccer a competitor in this state." The
coach added. "I'm very pleased with
what we accomplished this year and
very optimistic for the future."
1 t sing his favorite technique for clearing the ball is So.n PortM 2. Quickness and agility were Tim Mele's rtr on g a rt assets 3 Kicky Harris shoots for
, Vince Accard, dears the baU to Dave Drescher as the HaUers move the "S^X^^S^SSK-SSl^
£££££££%£ S^^£S^S£E^S KSS'SS Dan Keane. Dave Dresche, Coach M.ke fed* Head
Clark, Tim Mele, Mike Nave, Glenn Brooks, Reed Kinnison, Jim Massinello. Coach Gil Dominguez.
1. Rick Solomon puts the hall in play for another Stetson attempt to icon
J Timing and skill are executed by Kd Fitzgerald. :\. Mark Durland shoots
for a goal. 4. The Hatter Soccerette's: FRONT ROW Catherine Davi. MUl
Maiaing, MIDDLE ROW K.rr\ Larkin, Mali I'ayne. .loane Lauder. BACK
ROW Nannette Neeld. (lay Retterson 5. Mark Durland gets thwarted by
1. After a steal, Ricky Harris moves the ball toward the goal. 2. Ed Fitzgerald more Glen Brooks steals the opponent from his chance to score,
clears the ball upfield. 3. Another defensive play by Ricky Harris. 4. Once
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The Stetson volleyball team ended
tln-ir season in early November with a
record of IT wins and - - ached
by Elizabeth Shumaker the team faced
such rivals a- Jacksonville University,
Eckerd College and the University ol
"( >ur record is not indicative ol
how we played during the year," said
coach Shumaker. "We were competitive
in almost all of our games. We met a
lot of our fundamental goals and we
have built a good foundation for next
The Lady Hats will only lose two
players next year so coach Shumaker is
looking to rely on plenty of experience
in the 1981 season. Hard hitters Jan
Michael and Teresa King will be
leading Stetson hut with the talent of
this young team coach Shumaker is
ready for the new season. She stated:
"With DQOBl of the women playing
United State- Volleyball Association
games in the Central Florida area
during the oil season, conditions will he
hetter once the season starts up again
in September and we can give more
time to the development of the offense
and defense." This past year there was
just too little time for the young team
to learn the new strategies and to
condition themselves for the short,
tough season. Spirit and determination
held the team together and Shumaker
added "The end of one season is just
the beginning of a new one."
1 Coach Schumaker finalizes pregame strategies before the Lady Hats take
to the court. 2. From the bench, the girls get instructions from coach
Schumaker 3, Another winning smash is executed by Debbie Fieldman
1. Kathy Cooley sends the winning spike into the opponents court. 2. The Murdock, Khristy Batezman, Debbie Fieldman, Julie Buhl. Kathy Cooley,
Lady Hats in action. 3. Defense was the Hatters strong point against the Dana Baldwin, Theresa King, Cindy Paquet, Jan Michaels, Sue Giancotti,
University of Jacksonville. 4. The Lady Hatters: Brenda Barrow, Margaret Brenda Hoot, Coach Elizabeth Schumaker.
The 1981 Stetson men's tennis
team has moved from a stage of
rebuilding to a stage of great depth. The
hatters lost only two starters from last
years squad and their positions were
quickly replaced by two transfers from
junior colleges. Coach Ray Hussey
expects this years team to be the best
he has had in half a dozen seasons. The
Hats will be playing college power
houses this year such as Univ. of
Tennessee at Chatanooga, Air Force
Academy, University of Charleston,
Washing and Lee to mention a few.
The 1980-1981 team is as follows:
Scott Hunter: second year letter-
man and sophomore from Palmet-
to, Fl. Phill White: also second year
letterman and a junior from
Washington D.C. Playing number 2
last year Phill will be played 1 or
2 singles and number 1 doubles.
John Joiner: returning number one
player from last year and three year
letterman. Rob Gabbard: First year
with the Hatters Rob will be a great
asset to the team. Gary Marks: a
sophomore from Daytona Beach,
Gary will be adding college level
tennis to this years squad. Mark
Wilkinson: Mark is a junior
transfer from Daytona Beach
The best of luck to this years Hatters
and the hopes that they may develop
into a Fla. College power house under
the coaching of Ray Hussey.
1. Coach Hussey. C. Cri9enberrv, S Hunter. .1. Joiner, D. Marks, P. Whit*,
S. Kieffer, P. Nylen, M. Wilkenson, Not pic. R. Gabbard 2. Phill White
calmly crushes a forehand. 3. S. Hunter shows a perfect serve.
1. John Joiner serves up another ACE. 2. Gary Marks sweeps Stetson to a backhanded victory. 3. Rob Gabbard awaits his turn for the courts.
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The Lady Hatter tennis team just
tried to get off of the ground this year
because of their virtually all freshman
lineup. The team gained seven new
faces joining veteran Liz Schroeder to
make up one very determined and
The Hatter squad started with
Harriet Monroe of Waycross, Ga., a
freshman who won the Georgia state
private school championshps for four
years. In second position was Mary Pat
Dougherty, a junior from Utica, N.Y.,
followed by Liz Schroeder of Holly Hill.
who played strong for the Hatters last
year, excelling in Doubles. The team
was topped off with Karen Layer,
Sharon Swanberry, N iki Perakis, Terri
Fletcher, and Jane Thompson.
(dach Vicky Pate explained thai
she looked forward to doing well
throughout the schedule but mostly
about reaching the state championship.
The team looked to face such rivals as
Rollins and the University of South
Florida. "Our doubles teams are strong
again this season, and they've been
working hard." explained Coach Pate,
"We've had weekly doubles clinics."
Coach Pate looked optimistic for the
future of this vears team.
1. Front Row - Liz .Schroeder. Harriet Monroe. .lane Thompson. Mary Pat
Dougherty, Sharon Swanberry. Back row ■ Terri Fletcher. Coach Vicki Pate.
Nikki Perakis. Karen Layer. 2. Liz Schroeder practices her serve. 3.
Returning a difficult serve is Mary Pat Dougherty
Sharon Swanberry was a big asset to the lady Hats. 2. Terri Fletcher practices her backhand. 3. Coach Pate gives Jane Thompson and Liz Schroeder some
helpful hints. 4. Strong on the court, Liz Schroeder had a powerful backhand.
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The Lady Hatters were clearly the
strongesl thi> year than in many pasl
years. The women were ranked t ir>t in
the state and overall had a well deserved
season after many years of building.
Led by seniors Brenda Elrod and
Trina Hudson, the girls were able to
beat such rivals as Flagler College,
University of Central Florida, and
Florida H&M. Junior point guard
Donna Johnson and senior Brenda Elrod
were the leading scorers with Brenda
breaking 100 points over her four years
at school. Donna broke all existing
Stetson assist records halfway into the
The team was a relatively young
team losing only four seniors, two of
which started. The teams best game was
against the University of Tampa. The
Spartans were a well developed team but
Stetson was just too tough. The Lady
Hats played their best defensive match
With such a good season and a
young team. Junior guard Tracey Byer
stated. "This is only the beginning of a
new winning era." With the dedication,
contribution, and expertise shown at the
games there is no question the Lady
Hats are on the move.
1. Diane Hayes concentrates on the basket for the winning shot. 2. Lady Hatters with team unitv 3 Donna Johnson brings the hall down the court
1. The Jumper is Tracey Byer's favorite shot. 2. The Lady Hats take control
by the win of the tap by Angela Head. 3. In a breakaway. Diane Hayes scores
two crucial points. 4. Monica Jackson sets the ball up for a score. 5. Eckerd
proved to be a tough rival for the Hats. 6. Karen Lovaglio makes two points
The 1981 Baseball players gained
exactly what head coach Pete Dunn
hoped they would in fall workouts -
experience. With few new members and
a boat "i returning starters the team
continued its elusive chase for the firsl
ever NCAA Div. I tournamenl Bpot
rhe i. ill program proved to be very
usefull and hopeful for the Hatters,
winning two Stetson hosted tour-
naments, the Stetson-Junior College
Invitational and the Stetson Fall
Invitational. Coach Dunn separated the
team into two squads, the green and the
white. The white squad had a 5-0 record
while the green had a 3-0 record for the
fall. "If you view the fall program in the
context of what we had hoped to get out
of it, you'd have to say we were a
success," explained Dunn. "It has given
the younger players game experience,
which adds to our teams depth."
Only three non pitching starters
were lost from last year's lineup hut
with a series of injuries and problems
the coach was seriously concerned.
Shortstop Wade Rowden, infielder
Brad Cloud, and center fielder Hob
Schaeffer all were sidelined the fall
season. The biggest strength of the
team lied in the pitching staff with
Mike Burgermeister. Hob Klusacek,
Mike Bergman, .Jim Frey, Brad Fraley,
Mike C. Hamilton, Mike N. Hamilton.
Dennis Martin, and -Jerry Costigan.
The 55 game schedule included
smh teams as Army, Louisville, and
Delaware who all proved to be big
1. Pregame strategies are discussed by the Hatters. 2. Coach Rick Hall keeps an eye on the crowd. 3. Mark Zaleski catches a "fastball'
; ■-- ~-
1. The "homerun" batting style is shown by a Stetson slugger. 2. Dave Miller
strolls home after a shot over the fence. 3. Setting up for his curve ball is
Jerry Costigan. 4. Bottom Row - Jeff Gallager, Jerry Costigan, Mark Zeleski,
Jeff Spina, Jeff Altier, Alex Lucco, Bob Shaefer. Jeff Johnston. Second Row
- Rick Cashman, Jeff Pequinot, M.N. Hamilton, Wade Rowdon, Brad Cloud,
Jon Puquinot, Dave Miller. Coach Rick Hall. Top Row - Coach Pete Dunn,
Mike Bergman. Kirk Eicholts, Jim Fry, M.C. Hamilton, Andy Moffatt,
Dennis Martin, John Paone, Mike Burgermeister, Paul Peacock, Manager
Bill Hartman. Not Pictured - Brad Fraley, Manager Paul Howell.
1. Coach Dunn gives Wade Rowden the hitting strategy in the ninth inning. 2. Andy Moffatt takes a gamhle for second base. 3. Another strong pitch
is thrown bj -It-Try Coctigan. 4 Brad Cloud slides safely into second base.
1. Getting back in time, a Hatter slides safely at first. 2. Dave Miller prepares to hit a winning single. 3. Coach Dunn gives some important signals. 4.
Heading toward the locker room are Mark Zaleski and Coach Rick Miller.
1. Brad Cloud prepares for the right pitch 2. Jim Fry psyches out the batter 3. Batgirl. Sarah Booker, clears homeplate.
1. Coach Dunn explains the elements of winning. 2. Another ball is driven play. 4. Mark Zaleski awaits the relay. 5. Sliding safely at home for the
over the fence by a Hatter player. 3. Andy Moffatt sets up for the double winning run is Brad Cloud.
The 1980-1981 Stetson Golf team
had one of its best year- ever. Facing
such rivals as Rollins College, Universi-
ty of S<mth Florida, and Florida
Southern College, the team had a truly
Led by senior Mark Heartfield and
veteran Buster Hunt, the team prac-
ticed daily whether it was on the soccer
field, "shagging halls", or out on one of
the three beautiful DeLand courses
used. The Swallows. Del. and Country
Club, and South Ridge Golf Course all
were competing grounds for the Hat-
The team competed in many-
tournaments during the fall. They
placed third in the Miami Sun and Fun
tournament and also placed high in the
Florida Intercollegiate Golf Champion-
ship. Stetson also hosted a tournament
of their own called the Stetson
Invitational. This event brought many
teams in for competition.
1 Steve Todd. Buster Hunt. Steve Cnener. Mike Benevento. Mark Weikel .2 Mark Heartfield practices to perfect his raring Mike Benevento
Heartfield, Joe Osterman. Dave Fifner. Kevin Lawrence. Coach Robert chips the hall onto the green.
1. "Practice makes perfect" is an idea Steve Griener keeps alive. 2. Mark Durland sends a ball out of the rough. 3. Mike Benevento is trulv pleased with
After a dynamic 198 the
Matters had a tough act to follow.
With a relatively experienced team
returning, the Hatters maintained their
.500 percentage throughout 1981.
With a long list of defeats on road
games the Hatters had an excellent
home game record. The spirit of the
cheerleaders and the excitement in the
crowds got the team moving. Point
guards Brad Weston and Derrick
McDowell ran the show on the court.
With 2 years experience and good floor
leadership these two men controlled the
action. Under the boards stood Wilbur
Montgomery and Clifford Johnson,
their senior experience and
inside moves surelv added to the wins.
The next two important people were
Jim Ramsey and Frank Burnell.
Ramsey, a shooting guard, has been
moved in to fill last year- NBA recruit.
Dirk Ewing. His shooting ability and
style was a major team asset. The
freshman squad cons Gary
Mims. Glenn Myrick, Mike Reddic. and
Mike Malony. These men picked up the
slack when it was needed.
The Hatters faced such opponents
as Republic of China. Duke University.
Butler University. Florida A&M,
Mercer University, and Jacksonville
Miss Hatter was crowned in earls-
December and after weeks of judging.
Linda Yoder was the final winner.
1. A keen eye is kept on the game by the Hatter second team 2. Tracey Echols slams the ball in for two V Keepin* his eyes on the basket. Brad Weston
drives in for a score.
1. Coach Wilkes calls his team to the bench on a timeout. 2. Brad Weston from Pope Duncan. 4. Wilbur Montgomery lofts over the opponents to take
sets up for the extra point. 3. Miss Hatter, Linda Yoder, accepts the award a shot.
1. After a steal Walt Kaczmarek clears the ball downcourt. 2. Derrick
McDowell sets play into action 3. Glenn Myrick shoots the winning jumper.
4. The Stetson Hatters Front Row: C.raduate Assistant Maurice Harrell.
Coach Wally Goodwin. Head Coach Glenn Wilkes. Coach Bill Alexander.
Coach Otis Johnson, Manager Errick Young Middle Row: Tracey Echols.
Randv Weston, -lohn Dunn. Jin Ramsey. Glenn Mvnck. Brad «««»"■
Derrick McDowell Back Row Mike Maloney. W ilber Montgomery. Mike
Reddick. G H r\ M.ms. Walt Kaczmarek. Rick Roach. Clifford Johnson. Frank
1. Clifford Johnson arouses the crowd with another amazing dunk. 2. Point guard. Brad Weston, runs the show for the Hatters. 3. Frank Burnell boxes
out as Wilber Montgomery makes a twenty footer.
1. Clearing the ball from a tight Cajun defense is Derrick McDowell. 2. Clifford Johnson tips another two po,nt* in for the Hatter*. X Defying gravity.
Jim Ramsey wins the tap.
1. Taking a rest with a two shot foul, Frank Burnell hopes for a conversion. 4. USL just left Clifford Johnson alone for an easy basket. 5. Big Wilber
2. Derrick Mcdowell moves the ball to the basket as Wilber Montgomery Montgomery just couldn't be stopped,
prepares to set a pick. 3. Frank Burnell moves downcourt for two points.
1. Jim Ramsey sets in two for the Hatters. 2. NBC was present at some home games 3. Taking a short jumper is C.lenn M
1. Frank Burnel. shoots from 25 feet. 2. Defying the opponent, W.lbur Montgomery shoots for two. 3. The "press" was very effective for the Hatters.
4. The Hatters control the "tip".
The Stetson Cheerleaders had a
new image this season with new cheers,
new mount*, and new uniforms. The
girls wanted a "'peppier*' style so they
initiated many attractive crowd pleasers.
Alter tryouts in September, there
were twelve starting women with one
alternate. The girls practiced three or
more times per week and continually
revised their style of cheering.
Assisted by Jan Wilkes, their
advisor, the girls travelled to away
games within the area showing their
deep support tor Stetson's teams. Cheers
were also given at each home BOCCei
match, girls' basketball game, and men's
basketball game. With the presence ot
the Pep Band, the girls used the music
to their own advantage. Modern dance,
and new musical cheers were a common
sight at each basketball game. The
crowd enjoyed these lively exhibitions
and always participated whenever
1. Raison Lee awaits the upcoming cheer. 2. The Hatter cheerleaders get the crowd motivated H. The Pep Band v.n> .t big help to the cheerleaders.
1. The Stetson Pep Band was a real help to the Hatters. 2. The Hatter cheerleaders!. 3. Mounts were the cheerleaders' favorites. 4. The cheerleaders
L^LlU- till: Irlil/
The intramural program this year
was once again very competitive with a
large amount of participation by the
student body. Fraternities. Sororities,
Dorms, and Ministries all vied for the
President's Cup or All Points Trophy.
With Pi Kappa Phi retiring the
President's Cup last year, it was a new
race for a new cup.
In volleyball. Pi Kappa Phi was
once again undefeated for the eighth
year in a row while Conrad Hall took the
trophy in the women's area. Pi Kappa
Phi was also undefeated in flag football
with Zeta Tau Alpha taking control in
the women's matches. Lambda Chi
Alpha took the trophy in men's
The year was surely filled with its
moments of joy along with times of
defeat, but all in all it was a very
1. Flag football was the favorite fall sport. 2 Jim Sokolowski spikes the ball into the Sigma Nu defense 3. The Pi Kappa Phi bench looks on to a tough
game with Cordis Hall.
1. The Sigma Nu/Off Campus game was very physical. 2. Bruce Hedgepeth Hall was just to tough for the Zetas. 4. Ladies Ping Pong was always a favorite,
scores another two points for Pi Kappa Phi. 3. In the final match Conrad
1. A powerful Scot, Frechette scores another point for the PiKaps. 2. An INTRAMURAL COMMITTEE Howard Buttor^ Mark Henjony UgO*
excited thankvou is given to the opponent* In the volleyball champions Roger Helton. David (.ranger. Dave Hfner. Will Hitchhorn. Mark Heartfield.
Conrad Hall. 3. Paul Keens sends back a difficult serve. 4. MENS Coach Robert Weickel. Chip Letter. Larry (.raham.
1. WOMENS INTRAMURAL COMMITTEE: Maura Goreman, Bobbi a difficult shot. 3. As he snakes through the defenders, Roger Helton moves
Royer, Mrs. Sandra Raborn, Edie DeMarsh, Denise Toland, Becky Evans, toward the goal for Cordis Hall. 4. Jeff Kipi makes another interception.
Ann Revell, Lynn Daly, Marjorie Beazer, Cheryl Evans. 2. Ed Marcoux blocks
1. Foul shots were the important factor in winning many games. 2. The hardest defense of Cordis Hall'l Bill Wright -1 The serve was an important aspect
part of flag football was grabbing the flags. :?. Intramural basketball referee. of men's ping pong
•lay Rust, awaits play to resume 4. Pi Kappa Phi's dreg Ballard defif- the
V" *• v v
3 " ':<'
1. Jum Hewitt defies the Lamb defense. 2. Ed Walton serves the game point. championship point. 4. Smith Hall awaits the shot made by Sigma Nu.
3. Layups are the easy way to score two points. 4. Conrad scores the
Alpha Kappa Alpha was the first
greek letter organization lor black women
in the world, it is also the first black
sorority on campus, but it's membership
is not only limited to black students. 1981
will mark the beginning of a solid sorority.
Alpha Kappa Alpha seeks to promote the
ideal- of scholarship, leadership and
exemplary character. Additionally, Alpha
Kappa Alpha dedicates itself to service to
"mankind". The national project of the
sorority is the right to read program.
Uhu JcHMbcJ A KA
President: Karen Figlioli
1st Vice President: Kiki Jacobs
2nd Vice President: (aria Anzalone
3rd Vice President: Barbie Pelzer
Treasurer: Cindi Rourk
Corresponding Secretary: Jane Bonne
Recording Secretary: Bev Wallace
Scholarship Chairman: Kathy Ruiz
Hush Chairman: Margaret Healy
Alpha Chi Omega was found-
ed in 1885 at De Pauw University
in C.reencastle, Indiana. Our
chapter was founded at Stetson in
1957. These are a few of our
favorite things: caring about our
22 fall pledges, who are more
precious than pearls; celebrating
Alpha Chi's 95th birthday; having
fun in the sun at pledge retreat;
stringing along the pledges before
they find their Moms' throwing a
pajama party; sharing a close
Row 1: K Figlioli, S Bundrick, K Moffatt, C Anzalone, K Zehnder, S Smith, K Kushman, N Nash, K Jacobs; Row 2: S Uhls, J Lauder, B Glover, S
Morris, S Smallev, M Gendrun, K Moudy, P Harris, M Hosking, M Dorman, M Healy, A Kreis, B Wallace, C Rourk, S McLeod, M MacNutt, J Bonnell,
L Longdon, L Bapst; Row 3: R Lee, T Overall, K DeBruyn, L King, R Stice, B Pelzer. D Smith, B Thompson, A Habart, M Duckworth, L Javens,
K Ruiz, K Eckes.
Alpha Xi I >cli. i was round-
ed bj ten women in 1898 .it Lorn
hard Colle . I oday, we strive to
reach the ideals of womanhood jusl as
uur founders did. Our flower is t lu- pink
rose, our emblem the Quill, and our
mascot, Al Fuzzj Bear, is derived from
our name. In remembering mir heritage,
we have ;i Bpecial place in mir hearts t<>r
ol^.i Bowen, who passed away this
October. She was an original Omega
Alpha \i and we all loved her.
L980 81 lias been an "awesome"
year tor the Xi's. We began by sweeping
all ol the Panhellenic scholastic awards,
ailing with the 18 prizes known as <>ur
pledges Next, we wen- chosen l»y <>ur
national to open up a new chapter m
The rest of the year has been a
whirlwind oi Bocial, panhellenic, athle
i i< . rosel hern iu//\ iimi her, and
philanthropic activities, After all. that's
uur motto: Have I un!
President: Sandra Ton
Vice President Deanne Kells
Membership Chairman: Dianne Lussier
Recording Secretary: Mary Wilcoi
Corresponding Secretary: Sarah Hooker
(}uill ( 'hairinan: Julie I rban
Treasurer: Julie Crowell
Pledge Trainer: Darcy Robinson
■ ■ !
Row 1: D. Robinson, D. Lussier. J. Crowell. S. Booker. J. Urban, M Wilcox, S. ToKIM, M Trate. I) Wike. K Phillips. D. Kells. Row -' D < risto. H.
Mom- C Johnson, V Been, M Stevens, T .1 Klam, L Dunn. M. DeKerdmando. W Robinson. M. A. I'nrein. K. Nielander. S. Campbell. A. Brooke,
M I. Harrell, R. Hunt, D. Sides. L Menard. S. Michaud. L Skidmore. C. Irza. B. Musalen, Row 3i G. Del-aughter. L RidReway. J. Ragland. S. Pileggi.
M SUdhata, I. Chambliss. L Uhl. S Willoilghby, C. Collins. J. Jordan, P. OKeefe. M. Thompson. C Tidwell. C. Bolkum. I. Childers. C. A. Edwards.
H Weber, M Merrell, S. Stones, L Iezzi. J. Turner.
President: Melody Edmondson
Vice President: Kehekkah Fisher
Recording Secretary: Linda Yoder
Corresponding Secretary: Pam Gaddis
Treasurer: Nancy Coleman
Pledge Trainer: Susan Evans
Delta Delta Delta was founded
on Thanksgiving Eve, L888. nur colors
are silver, blue, and gold, and our flower
is the pansy. Our motto is "Let us
steadfastly love one another."
The Alpha Delta chapter of Delta
Delta combined campus, philanthropic,
and social activities for a most
successful year. Some of the highlights
included the Red Cross Blood Drive, a
"Crush" party. Founder's Day, Apple
polishing, the ( hrist-
mas Dance, Alumn
dinners, and as usual,
the sisterhood of the stars and
crescent lived up to its motto.
CoaMj &nt JuM*v jusnyv l**- f8u
|il 111 Vj| ;
Row 1- C Calvin J Collier M. Teal, J. Wanucha, P. Gaddis, J. Mims, K. Streit, S. Talley, D. Williamson. S. Redman, M. Schramm, P. Bean. L. Meadows.
L. Wilkinson, J. Franklin, K. Burnett, S. Schutze. S. Mori, C. Sellar, S. Duvall, S. Penge, G. Hock, T. Scheb. C. Manning. M. Frye; Row 2:
L. Dement, J. Gibson. C. Crawford, R. Sawyer, D. Hanington, C. Gilliland, D. Manning, B. Caldwell. K. Vites, C. Frechette, M. Coxon, M.
Fambro, V. Scola, K. Easterling, M. Tinslev, L. Rogers. M. E. Bennett, M. Karres, P. Hoyt, R. Mcleod, J. Mims, S. Evans, P. Kamph, N. Coleman.
Matthews, J. Jones, H. Owens, L. Boyd, C. Frazier, R. Fisher, P. Smith, L. Kirsch, L. Yoder, K. Trafford, B. Coleman, S. Furr, K. Broward, M. Edmonds
President Glen Teschner
Vice President: Lewis < (liver
[Yeasurer: Rick Gaylord
Se< retary: Kevin I raffnej
Sergeanl al Arms; John Houtirides
Pledge Master Willy Waltke
In L980, I lelta Sigma Phi rose oul
oi mar extinction like the legendary
Phoenix. With the help oi both the
>l>rinn and I. ill pledge classes, the
brotherhood has seen remarkable
growth. This assures us thai the sphinx
will never die. Highlights of i his year
unhide the two hand spring Ex-
tras aganza, the Pharofa party and the
JUiMjiaaa*, Jujujjjoju^ d^nnMJ JbtO L/n/m/ ^
How i: c Cox, P. Lawrence, D Martin; Rot 2 J Brown, E Dalton, I) Wortman, B Guteck, C Shoemaker, T TrumUe, M Anderaon, <; Teachner,
S. Arnold; Row 3: B. Rpj, K Moffitt, K Moody, V Sidle, V Rodgere, A Gregory, G Griffin, J Molina, S Schumaker, M Cuamano, E Dalberg, J I
•I Huaaain, J Barbuto; Row 4: H. Hland. D. Bordanar... R Gaylord, \1 Davidaon, w Waltke, \1 Ruff, K Moyer, L Oliver, E Shields, I. Wolf, \1 Glenn,
M Wagner, B. Clemens, B. Spurada. J. Richards. Rot 5: K Gaffney, J Houtridea, M. Brackett, B. Jamea, M Muds,,,!. J Dinamore, A Moore, \ W
beer, C Giddings.
Lambda Chi Alpha was founded al
Boston College in 1909, and seventy
one years later we're still extremely
involved in campus and community
affairs. Projects tins scar include fund
raisers lor Cystic Fibrosis, the American
Cancer Society and the Christian
Children's Fund. Visits to the Harrv-
Anna Crippled Children's Hospital, the
Methodist Children's Home and local
church groups also supplement our
community involvement program.
Our social projects include Jimmj
Buffet and Bahama Parties, Faster
Beer Hunts, and White Hose Formats.
President:* brist rreene ^~
\ ii e President: Hans Block
Treasurer: Boh Mantz
Secretary: Tom Marshall
Front row: C. Greene, M. Bair, R. Jacobson, A. Gradv. M. Durland, B. Martin, D. Wooley, B. Morgan, P. Gauntlett. R. Tuttle, M Barnr-
M. Temoschuck, B. Beaumont. H. Williams, M. Cloughlev. S. Haass. R. Ruhlmann. O. Santos, B. Dahlgren, P. Keidash. C. VanWart. B. Cleare, K
Standing: S. Miskew, B. Wilson, P. Gore. B. Dixon. T. Davison, S. Penge. M. Hannington. J. Schulenberg. B. Siciliano, C. Anzalone, V. t
R. Rast, M. Waters, P. Pidermann, M. Livingston, L. Chadbourne, G. Brannon, A. Martin. J. Balakonis, B. Houston, M. Teal, D. Anton
L. Keenan, T. Schroeter, B. Pile, R. Sowers. N. Zarn, M. Drake, D. Barnes, B. Watier, R. Lee. B. Effird. H. Block, L. \oder.
con, < reoi
irch I. L852 < lur flower
is the rose i arnation and mir
colors are rose and white.
\\ i \ e i radii ionally taken an
interesl in uur community through t h<-
Duvall Home, and an interesl in th<-
world around us through Projecl Hope
Retreating to Ponta Vedra, mom
hunting, and pumpkin carroling arc
only Bome <>i ili<- things we do t<>r fun
President: < Ihrissie Jones
\ i< i President: I lebbie Whiting
Treasurer: < lindj I 'ate
Recording Secretary: Janine Grover
Corresponding Secretary: Sharon Gartner
Phi Director: Rebekah Barron
Ethics: Mary Karrer
Panhellenic: Nancj Cordell
Membership Chairman: Ellen DeRoche
flUCOu OJt J&ULr CkjUXtfs N&TWL, • • • JlM)t, JLdoC JI&UL. . . \j}<HJLSnjbCLUHJ ^JoJJh) f. JflH(uJu
Row i l> Meyer, S Gartnei \ DeRoche, K Barron, I) Whiting. N Cordell, C Jones, C Cate, M Karrcr, .1 Graver; Row 2: L Hamm. M. Brorup,
M. Mardigan. (' Isaac, M Clayton, R [\irner, D Weyd, A Simpson, K Davidson; Row 3 I. Bryan, Y Duval. H Bvans, V. Hall, C Curtis, T. Strickland,
T. Townsend, 1. Garland; Row i M Skelton, K Weir, A Paucett, C. Wallace, K Maddison, T Pappas, H Sanner. .1 Potta, S. Walker. L. Rohsler, J.
Nuzum. K. Nipper; nut shown: S Madraj
1'ln Sigma Kappa was rounded
March 15, 1ST:;, and the Stetson
chapter waa added in 1974. Our colors
are silver and magneta, and cur flower
is the red carnation.
Phi Sigma Kappa is Brotherhood,
Scholarship, and Character. It is pride
in traditions and ideals, as embodied in
our donations t<> the YM( A and our
field day with the orphans I mm the
Methodist Children's Home. Hut Phi
Sigma Kappa is also Fridays at Otis's
and lunch at the 'Port. It is Tackj
Hawiian, Handi-Way, Sixties, and Toga
parties, and kegs at the beach. It is a
wild Mini mester, featuring the annua]
Group Grope and the End oi the World
Blowout. It is learning and growing in
friendship under the Triple T's.
President: -I. Marshall Fry
Vice President: Peter -I. Groux
Secretary: -John IV Joseph
Treasurer: Walter Nason
Inductor: Henry P. McQueen
Sentinel: .Joseph T. O'l.cary, -lr.
Oma. JkyouL Hb&JboJ&j ^oua^I
Row 1: P. Groux. J. Grover, G. Lear, C. A. Ambrose. B. Filson, R. Hoelscher, B. Gibson. B. Mclnerney. M. Rav. C. Brav, R. Barron. M. Fry. K. C. Campbell.
Brandy. L. Rohsler, T. Behr. D. Aarons. J. Beam. C. Rourke. M. Gilbert, C. Mahoney. J. Hudgins, M. Lathram, J. Boos: Row 2: B. Wallace. S. Walker.
H. Zobel. B. Gillmore, J. Guthrie, K. Bienema, C. McRae, B. Knight, J. Joseph. E. DeRoche, J. Moses, B. Tomasky. J. Michaels. K. Barkalow. M. MacNutt.
M. Mardigan, N. Nash; Row 3: P. Cook, B. Osmun, J. Jackson, J. Kitteredge, H. McQueen, E. DuVal. A. Morrison. A. Aronstomn. V. Minor. W Osmun.
E. Passarello, C. Coster. G. Peterson. K. Ruiz. J. Bonnell. L. Graham: Row 4: J. Farell, T. Suddard. J. Manning. W Nason. D. Hickman. Roof: P. Nelson
D. Davison, J. Knafl, J. O'Leary, B. Segal. B. Caskey; Not Shown: R. Amler, J. Hallisey. D. Schober. E. DeMarsh, M. Green, K. Maddison.
President: Ann \ oorhia
VP Moral Jan Nelson
VP Mental Tracey Irt-y
\ P Sot i.il Carol Promhagen
Penhellenic Officer Sandy Hoffman
Treasurer Lori Vance
Secretary; -lean Vosler
The PI Phi's started this year with
an other fantastic fall pledge class.
They continued to grow with the
induction of 25 excited arrowman who
kidnapped their angels and cooked
them a seafood dinner. Their fall
•. flighted with the
serenading of frat row and pumpkin
treats at Halloween, and with their
spirited Christmas Dance.
Row, 1 A V.K.rhis: Row 2: B Osborne. T Miller. .1 Diniaco; Row 3: T Fortson. A DeMarsh. C OTJonneU.
A Hoadlev. T McCannon. B Bieber. .1 KauUskv. S Sh.ve. S Hoffman. P Water*. > Whalen. M Anderson.
H Rowe. C Fromhagen. L Stainbeck. V Sidle; Row 4: .1 Guess. .1 Young. C Blanz. A Lanier. T Irey:
I MeConrick, S Timer. B Wierman. N Scherm. L Townsend. .1 Thomson. .1 Nelson. L Hedberg.
.1 Umbert. J Y,*ler. N Pino, D Thornal. A Wallace. S Shuster. J Korfage. C Conner. C Tindle. J
N Ballinger. L Vance
The brothers of Pi Kappa Alpha
started the year with a great success.
They acquired a new tiretruck and had
a great rush. The specialization of the
little sister program brought the
brothers and sisters closer together.
The annual Toga party was a good time
for all who attended as was the
Halloween party with the Alpha Chi's.
President: Dave Teets
Vice Pres: Tom Minella
Treasurer: Allen Groves
Secretary: Mark Klinepeter
UMfAJUfr jtfabpAAj ,
Row 1: M Klinepeter, L Williams, M Eachon, M Robinson, J Lang, M Tatem, G Winn, E White, T Minella, J Fanelli, T O'Niel, M Digny, K Kratina,
J Spenner, J Teets; Row 2: B Bailey, GG Garcia, F Taylor, B Guthrie, K Ford, K Israels, T Tuttleton, J Ryan, T Colaprico, B Wilson, R Weiss, L Schefer,
A Groves, G Ayers, C Presti, S Setliff, D Teets, B Dean, M Mastin, J Moreno, B Koslow
Pi Kappa Phi was founded al the
College "i Charleston in 1904 and
chartered Stetson's Chi Chapter in
l In- fraternity's color-, are ^<>l<l.
while, and blue, and its flower is the red
Chi chapter is a tightly knit K'»up
wlmh is proud ol its achievements in
academics, athletics, community ser
\ ice, and social endeavors.
In the area of community Bervice,
Chi chapter focused its efforts on
helping underprivileged children
through the sponsorship of such
programs as Head Start. Big Brother.
and Project PUSH, and in the area of
sports and academics we hope to repeat
last sear's accomplishments bj earning
both the intramural spurts troph\ and
the high GPA award However, all work
and no play was not our objective. Our
social traditions include serenading the
Stetson ladies, skiing at Beech Moiin
lam. getting "Blacked out" at Spring
Weekend, and throwing Pubar Parties
at our thirsts' demand
Archoii: Steve Brown
V i' e \rchon: Mike Strohek
Secretary: John Mi/ell
Treasurer Paul Ryan
Historian: l.mdsev Porter
Warden: Curt Young
Chaplin: Brad Raymond
P/jJb Up $Ufo <&oeJL+ JUUlu y^^Lo,
J. Baur, D. Kovak, D. Houghton. B. Tignor. K. Baur. ('. Kovak. .1 .links. (' Young, H. Messersmith. E. Frocione. S. Akerman. B Knuttilia. L. Porter.
P. Ryan. B. Raymond. B. Davies. D. Fifner. E. Patricoff. C. Johnson, M. Heartfield. T. Wells, E While. I Brand. M Farach. S Brown. M. Wherley.
C. Davies, K. Blate, M. Brown, J. Polit. ('. Marks. S Burkner. I. Gomez. G. Patterson. D Hollis. E. Kertis. B. Ward. B. Kipper. B Hedgepeth. G Ballard.
S. Nuener, G. Roberts, C. Richmond. T Stahl, .1 Mizell. H. Buck, R. Dyer, W. Studstill. .1 Overlander. S Roskamp. G. Bankert. .1. .loiner.
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Recorder: ( lharlea Arnold
Treasurer: Mill Heim
Pledge Marshall: Hob (iahhard
Si^ma Nu Fraternity was founded
in Lexington. Virginia at V.M.I, on
January 1, 1869. Delta Mu chapter
originates from Eustis, Florida in 1913,
and was the first fraternity at Stetson.
Our colors are black, white, and gold,
and our flower is the white rose.
The brothers of Sigma Nu are
active in school and community affairs.
We had parties for underpriveleged
kids from DeLand, and won both the
campus-wide canned food drive and the
blood drive for the third time in a row.
The Snakes are highly successful in
athletics and academics as well as being
tops in social activities. With over one
thousand brothers from Stetson, they
will all attest that "It is great to be a
Row 1: C. O'Donnell, T. McGeachy. C. Radford, B. Fullmer, J. Walker, K. Wall, S. Wellman, S. Dodson, S. Alley, D. Buck. D. Tozier. D. Warren; Row
2: J. Knight, J. Harbin, L. Thurman, T. Latimer. T. Schmid. M. Schwallie. S. Brands, E. Rogers, S. Sewell. B. Bitting, T. Brewer; Row 3: C. Gould. M
Byrd, G. IaMartino, B. Mangrat, B. Heim, P. Nick. M. Zajac. R. Gabbard; Row 4: E. Marcoux, R. Stempel, R. Bverts. C. Arnold, D. Hill, R. Lam
The Florida Beta chapter ol Sigma
I'lu Bpsilon was granted n^ charter on
Februarj L2 L949 Vs a national
fraternity it is ranked as the Becond
in the nation and third in
quality with over 240 chapters in
The 1980-81 school year witnessed
the initiation of our 500th brother here
at Stetson. This year has seen an all
around improvement tor our chapter as
well as the continuation of famous ior
infamous) traditions such as our Road
Rally. Brotherly (let Together*, the
Bahama Mama and the Chariot PulL
President: Steve ( loo/ee'
Y. President: Jim Sokolowski
Recording Secretary: Chris Painter
Corr Secretary: Brett Fortune
Comptroller: <rai^ Howell
! Ihaplin: I >a\ id Alihone
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Row 1: R Boccard. D Jonardi. L Bentz. H Wolf. T Gantz. S Smythe. C Creese. L Bethel. A Dicosola. G Pellit. P Hendrikx. .1 Mills. Row 2: M Desy.
M Bradley. B Greathouse. ('. MurthB. C Mulder. K Naves. G EnRlehart. C Howell. S Fout.s. M Hardenberg. G Gettman. B Fortune, .1 Fortune. T Altman.
S Goozee', J Sokolowski, D Alibone, K Lawrence. D Zuber, M Robertson. A Marshall. .1 Dunn. .) Anuszewski. T Richardson. M Holt, B Murphee. R Grimm.
W Hichborn, T Brown, J Kent; Back row: Schooner. T Tatem.
President: Patty Nagle Treasurer: Sherri Mobley Director of Pledge Programming:
Vice Pres: Julie -Johns Historian: Diana McCain Kathy Pappas
Secretary: Michelle Ferguson Ritual: Kim Kdwards Membership: Ann Bolinger
Qfiww^lM* 1fab (UwnyiJLfyJuA
Row 1: J Dee, K Taylor, L Jones, S Demirgian, L Lutz, G Griffen, S Evans, R Perez, A Bolinger, K Edwards, K Pappas, P Nagle, J Johns, M Ferguson,
D McCain, D Henson, S Babey, T Price, A Long, P Houck; Row 2: M Menefee, S Harrison, K Decker, S Rumberger, C DiMauro, S LaFever, L Wolf,
L Blackman, B Smith, L Wieler, S Cochran, C Zimmerman, M Colbert, K Richards, K Larkin, D Fessler, J Seymore, T Forde, G Grindle, J Foley.
The Stetson Pan
hellenic Council is a
group of women who
represent the interests
of the six university
sororities. It^ purpose is
the unification of these
six groups into one
cooperative body. Pan-
hellenic sponsored rush,
Greek banquets, com-
munity and school ser-
vice projects, social ac-
tivities, and academic-
awards. The Greek
women are very proud
of the Panhellenic spirit
Sireit. K.; Cordell, N.; Perez, R.; Harris, P.; Habart, A.; Guess, J.; Meadows, L.; Hoffman, S.; Evans,
S.; Phillips, K.; Marlowe, J.; Murphy, K.; Meyer, D.
Council, made up of
each of the seven frater-
nities on campus was
dedicated to the better-
ment of relations
among the fraternities,
faculty, and adminis-
trative officials at Stet-
son. The group also
ications with the
community of Deland.
These goals were met
by numerous activities;
Greek Week, canned-
food drives, skate-
a-thons, Olympic day
for the underprivi-
ledged, and other inter-
Bland, B.; Brown, S. (T.); Goozee, S. (V.P.); Brannan. G. (P.); Allibone, D. (S.); Fry. M.; Knight, B.;
Hmwn. .!.. I.ee. T.; Curtis. E.; Oliver, L.; Abott, J.; Ruhlman. R.; White, E.; Mastin, M.; Fernsell, C;
Rho Lambda and Order of Omega
Wike, D.; Torcise, S.; Vorhees, A.; Streit, K.; Kautsky, J.; Fortson, T.; Figlioli, K.; Nick, P.; Nelson,
J.; Goozee, S.; Yanchek, J.; Jacobs, K.; Healy, M.; Brannan, G.; Tyson, J.; Brown, S.
Rho Lambda is an
organization to honor
those women within
Panhellenic who have
been outstanding in the
display of demonstrat-
ed leadership, ability
and loyalty to Pan-
hellenic and their soror-
ity. Order of Omega is
the male version of Rho
Lambda. Men are cho-
sen from their fraterni-
ties who have been
examples as positive
Greek members. Both
are honorary organiza-
Sigma Pi Kappa
honorary, Sigma Pi
Kappa, yearly inducts
into membership those
who have contributed
the most to the excel-
lence of the Hatter,
Litrachur, and the
Reporter. In the spring,
inductees and members
attend a banquet to
honor the new initiates.
While not a national
organization, Sigma Pi
Kappa serves to ac-
knowledge work accom-
plished by students
with journalism inter-
Brennan, R.; Karrer, M.; Wike, D.; Sawon, N.; Scarce, R.; Negron, J.; McFarland, B.; Bonnell, J.; Fox,
D.; Jacobs, J.; Not Pictured: Evans, C.
The Baptisl i lampus
Ministry ia one oJ Stel
Min'> largesl religious
organizations Its main
concern is in sharing
Christ with lioth the
campus and communi-
ty. Thursday night
vespers, an informal
worship service in Allen
Hall, provided fellow-
ship for Christians of
BCM also sponsored a
number of outreach
revival teams and disci-
pleship families. The
Reverend Charles Gran-
ger and Bill Allen as-
Baptist Campus Ministry
Officers: Garrett, D. (P.); Dobba, S. (S./T.;
The Ministerial As-
sociation is a group of
Christian students who
have dedicated them-
selves to helping others
find the life that comes
through Jesus Christ.
Some activities includ-
ed: visitation to the
elderly at a local nurs-
ing home, conducting
worship services at
State Park, and spon-
soring retreats for
Christian growth. The
faculty advisor is Dr.
Dodaon, R.; Holcombe, V.; Halbrooka, B.; Gammon. R.; Murray. M.; McQueen, E. (P.); Grove, K.;
Pedraja, L.; Toro, J. (S./T); Holloway, J.; Humes, L.; Barnes, M.; Not Pictured: Judah, P. (V.P.).
Catholic Campus Ministry
Fr. Powers; Wheeling, R.; Brackett, K.; Rasenas, J.; Urbanczyk, S.; Hoelsch, R.; Unterbrink, B.;
Frechette, C.J Kinsey, B.; Cortez, C; Gorman, M.; Kinsey, J.; Maloney, M.
CCM was established
to foster a sense of
Catholic fellowship, to
minister to the spiritual
needs of students, and
to reach out in welcome
to the student body.
The Newman House is
maintained for the use
of all students. The
campus priest, Father
Pat Powers, and two
couples from DeLand,
Bob and Joan Kinsey
and Ed and Mary Lee
Rinderle acted as par-
ents away from home.
Some activities includ-
ed group discussions,
masses, Sunday din-
ners, pizza socials, in-
tramurals and weekend
The Wesley House at
Stetson University is a
campus ministry unit of
the United Methodist
Church. Emphasis is
placed upon openness
in relationships which
personality as a gift of
God. The fellowship
sought to be a commun-
ity which takes serious-
ly the idea of the
ministry of all who have
faith in Christ. Program
activities included Sun-
day evening light sup-
per and program, week-
ly Bible study, service
projects, and spontan-
Meit, A.; Carroll, C; Wells, T.; Rev. Tom Cunningham; Whipple, J.; Wells, B.; Jacobs, J.; Nelson, J.;
Workman, B.; Jones, J.; KaJas, B.; Allen, K.; Lee, L.; Brooks, T.
Stetson Marketing Association
ui> ol business majors,
majors, who have spe
cial interests in the
field of marketing was
organized to encourage
those common inter-
ests I In- chapter bdod
sored speakers and ac-
tivities to bring to the
members a deeper in-
sight into career op-
portunities. The Stet-
son Marketing Associa-
tion worked to help
serve as a catalysl in
growth in marketing.
Green, C; Scola, V (P.); Penge, S A P.); Unterbrink, B.; I hi, I , Sawon, \. Piper, K; Miller. K .
Bollinger, A.; Harper, F . Fox, I' . Vites, I . Wilkinson, 1..: Rnntrrling. K . Weber, C . Davison,
I Roberts, G.; Wilkerson, i . Hausbeck, J.; Buckner, S . Kh\n<r. M : Kenfield, •' ; Piccirilli, I).; Schults,
I.-. Hemlri\. I'. Davies, B.; Hoyt, I'. Not Pictured: Luta, 1. 'Si. Fairchild, D. (T.)
Alpha Kappa Psi
Stetson's Theta Mu
Chapter of Alpha Kap-
pa I'm. the oldest
fraternity in the nation.
strived to facilitate and
promote learning in
the fields ol business
and commerce. Guesl
speakers and tours of
were important part- ol
Theta Mu's profession-
al activities. In addition
to furthering its mem-
here' education in the
fields ol economics and
finance, the fraternity
Career Fair and pub-
lishes a magazine enti-
Officers Kenfield, J (P.); Bollinger, \ A P.); Hum-. I> (S.); Dugger, D. (T.)
Massing, M.; Roberts, K.; Teal, M.; Tidwell, C; Crighton, T.; Granata, T.; Cox, S.; Dicosola, A.; Wong,
S.; Hoffman, S.; Benjamin, P.; Jean, D.; Stavely, D.; Brown, B.; Gendron, M.; Marstiller, S.; Collier,
J.; Not Pictured: Allen, J.; Williamson, M.; Griffiths, B.
Theta Alpha Phi
Dancers' Workshop is
an enthusiastic group of
dancers who love exer-
cising, performing, and
of course dancing. Area
teachers gave seminars
on different styles -
jazz, ballet, mime, yoga
and others. The dancers
performed several times
during the year includ-
ing presentations at the
Follies, the Spring con-
cert, and other special
Del'aquilla, J.; Molina, J. (S./T.); Langston, C; Durland, D.; Wiltcher, T. (P.); Not Pictured: Andrews,
A. (V.P.); Farmer, G.
Theta Alpha Phi,
Stetson's theatre frater-
nity inducts worthy
performers from the
that have been present-
ed at Stover Theatre.
Plays were sponsored
for the enjoyment of
the school and com-
munity of DeLand.
Some of the shows that
were presented this
past year were: "All My
Sons," "Guys and
Dolls," "Under Milk-
wood," and "Picnic."
The fraternity worked
to promote incentive
for new campus actors
and actresses and ap-
plaude its finest.
American Chemical Society
The American < !hem-
ical Society In ■
affiliate club of the
national i >r^.inization.
The \ ( ,S dub was
composed of chemistry
majors and other stu-
dents interested in
activities of the A.C.S.
included films pertain-
ing to chemistry as well
as seminars given by
professors about their
research. In addition,
the A.C.S. had its an-
nual picnic, as well as a
trip to Blue Springs.
Dugger, B.; Fish, L.; Rush, L.; Cate, C; Begga K. (V.P.); Cheatham, B.; Davison, D.; Helton, A.;
Meinholtz, D.; Kurlce, B.; Lieberman, M.; Hagen, K. (S.); Bianchini, .J.; Blanks, K.; Mondello, C; Carson,
Society of Physics Students
The Society of Phys-
ics Students, known as
the S.P.S., is a group of
Physics majors and
students interested in
Physics. The goal of
S.P.S. was to give all
students an insight into
the many aspects of
Physics — both the
commonplace and the
unusual. To fulfill this
goal, the S.P.S. was
actively involved in
bringing speakers on
campus, as well as
showing films and tak-
ing trips to such places
as the Kennedy Space
Dr. Papacosta; Hutchinson, K.; Stewart, S.; Laycox, M. (P.); Hagen, K. (S/T.); Helton, A. (V.P.); Sloane.
R.; Ward, T.; Plaisted, P.; Monroe, B.; Bardeen, A.; Gartner. S.; Meinholtz, D.; Bianchini, J.; Dr. Lick;
Brennan, H.; Wike, D.; Scarce, R.; Farach, M.; Karrer, M.; Stempel, S.
Board is charged with
overseeing the workings
of the Hatter, Lit-
rachur, and Reporter
publications. The Pub-
lications Board consists
of representatives from
each publication, mem-
bers at large, and facul-
ty advisors. The board
was concerned with the
budgeting, content, and
quality of each publica-
tion. It also serves as a
screening board for po-
tential candidates both
to at-large seats on the
board and for editors'
positions on the pub-
The Press Aids are a
group of women stu-
dents who, under the
direction of Mr. Fred
Cooper, are responsible
for helping local and
visiting press members
during the basketball
games by keeping
tions between the floor
and the press box.
These students also
serve as hostesses for
the booster club at half
time by serving refresh-
ments to booster club
Tidwell, C; Habart, A.; Milham, J.; Piccirilli, D.; Dicosola, A.; Moffat, C; Healy, M.
Stetson ROTC Department
and sophomore cadets
participated this year in
one of four modules:
the ( Jolor (iuard, Mark-
ma nship. Military
Skills, or the Raiders.
Junior year cadets, the
Platoon, prepare all
year for their six week
summer training at Ft.
Bragg, N. C. Seniors,
the ROTC Cadet Staff,
learn the intricacies of
staff planning and
organization. This year
the Military Science
Department kept busy
by sponsoring a regis-
tration Frisbee Fling,
the Planking Contest
for Greenfeather, and
Guthrie, J.; Edelburg, E.; Garrett, S.; Soper. S.; Burns, R.
Hot off the presses,
each week the Reporter,
delivers the who, what,
when, where, how, and
why's to all of Stetson.
Under the leadership of
second-year Editor in
Chief Rik Scarce, "Flor-
ida's Oldest Collegiate
Newspaper" sought this
year to bring informa-
tive, amusing and well-
written journalism to
the Stetson community.
For the first time in
several years, the first
semester's issues were
entered in the Associat-
ed Collegiate Press'
J Farinacci; R. Hunt; B. Koslow; E. Shields; H. Urfalino; R. Scarce; J Negron; B McFartand; D
ThornaJ; P. Polack; R. Slone; J. C. Meverholz; J. Bumgardner: R. Calhoun; Not Pictured: P. Waters;
Tim Blevins (P.); Myra Bobbitt (V.P.); Bonita Clark (S.); Michael Dell (T.)
Phi Beta is the na-
fraternity of music,
speech, drama, and
dance. Its' object is to
promote the best in
music and speech, to
foster service in these
areas within both col-
lege and community,
and to advance the
Some activities includ-
ed ushering at recitals,
holding receptions for
visiting artists, and var-
ious other services for
the School of Music.
Beta Beta Beta
Tri-Beta is the na-
tional biological honor-
ary society. Its mem-
bership is extended to
advanced Biology stu-
dents who have exhibit-
ed excellence, not only
in biological sciences,
but overall academics
as well. With increased
campus activity includ-
ing Greenfeather, alu-
minum recycling, dis-
cussion groups, and
various other special
activities, the group was
challenged and reward-
Grindle, G.; Stidham, M. (V.P.); Meinholtz, D.; Rust, J.; Mattina, K.; Dugger, B.; Cotter, A.; Blanks,
K.; Beggs, K. (S.); Brennan, R.; Weems, J.; Cheatham, B. (P.); Molina, J.; Davison, D.; Cate, C; Shutze.
S.; Erdman, R.; Carlton, K.; Cornell, R.; Cornell, M.; Barkalow, D.
1'hc Stetson I nnm
graining board to
i, plan, and Btage
a wide range of activi
id ier\ icea for the
benefil of the general
student body. Unlike
other organizations at
Stetson thai are re-
sponsible for only one
weekend's worth of BC
n\ ities, the Hoard was
responsible for activi-
i ies thai occur each day
throughout the Bchool
year. Many services
were provided for
BtudentS such as rent-
ing canoes, refrigera-
tor-, and audio-visual
Stetson Union Board
Kem. (',.; Shields, E.; Gatje, K.; Schulenburg, M. funis. C.j Scroggin B.; Sindy, H, DeWei
Beekman, A.; Rourke, C; Tofte, J.; Templeton, T. Spriggs, I.. Siegal, I..; Rice C; Destwolinska. D.;
Ives, s. Tatarczuk, -i . Johnson, I).; Lopez. E.; Towers, D.; Losner, S.; Tatem, T.; Pistey, S.; Pistey,
Stetson Security and
Traffic was composed
of thirty six hard work-
ing students. The
students devoted late
nights and long hours m
order to make the cam-
pus a safer place to be.
I'nder the leadership of
Tim Keener, the securi-
ty force became a more
efficient and respected
from students and
faculty their job was
Security and Traffic
K . Murth
Hill. 1). .1
. Ambrose, C . Oberlander
j. B.; /.nun . M ; Heim, B ;
1 ; Leech, A . Knulehart.
.1 . fatal, G . Tyson, J . Woods, M . Ives, B . Knafl, J . Gaylord
Keener, 1. Bordonaro, 1'. Murtha, G.; \.>t Pictured: Nick, P.;
;. Allcott, H. Kennedy, T.; Baker. K. Wray, l>. Willtins, £;
Irbv. M.; VVhitesides, T.; Nelson. V.; Moffatt. K.; Rickenbach, W.; Ambrose. C; Dupree. D.: Mitchell.
C; Shields. E.; Hoefling. M.; Mellor, P.; Warren, C; Moore, A.; Tesh. K.; Pyle. B.; Meyerholtz. J. C;
Borozon, S.; Cullen. P. (Manager); Macfarland. B.; Tofte, J.; Not Pictured: Millard. B.; Graham, L.;
Darvill, R.; Thorson, S.
\\ IIA.T. is a closed-
circuit radii) station run
completely l>\ student
volunteers. The radio
viai Mm served the Stet-
son community by in-
forming the students
as to what was happen-
ing around campus,
whether it he a Stetson
Union Board event or
any other social or
W.H.A.T. also offered
its services to any
student activities on
campus, such as bar-
beques and dances.
Whenever anyone need-
ed a D.J. W.H.A.T. was
more than willing to
Rowdies/Indies is an
organization of in-
dependant women who
enjoyed sports and were
full of talent and always
ready for action. As
they played a major
role in Stetson Wo-
men's intramural pro-
gram, they were tough
competition for other
teams. These high-
spirited women brought
excitement to competi-
tion as they vied for the
prestigious All Points
Baker. E.; Garcia, G.; Mussleman, C; Speciale, D.; Maddox, M.; Watson. L.; Rover. B.; Evans. C; White.
T.; Theurer, K.. Weber. C, Stewart. D.; Metz, M.; Piccirilli, D.; Echols, T.; Sewell. S.; Clifton, D.;
Gamma Sigma Epsilon
Gamma Sigma Ep-
silon i> the n
The organization recog-
students who have
taken .it leasl fourteen
hours oi chemistry and
have displayed a high
level of scholastic
achievement in chem-
istry as well as the
areas. Members par-
ticipated in tutoring of
chemistry students and
the biennial national
Davison. D.; Dignev. M.; Merrell, M (S.); Williams. L.
Pictured: Rust. J. (T.).
Wynn. G. (P.); Dr. DeLap; BeggB, K N. t
Phi Alpha Theta
Phi Alpha Theta is
the history honorary
organization. Thi> or-
ganization is open to
those students who
have taken at least
twelve hours of history
and have a 3.5 grade
point average. Each
year a delegate is cho-
sen from the students
and sent to a national
convention. The stud-
ents were actively in-
volved in public and
world political affairs.
Toole. I) . Oliver. I. . Hudgins. J . Dr Johnson. Or Wvnn. Dr. Hague; Joseph. J ; Dr O'Keefe. Allen.
K.; Dr. Lovelace; Ward. E
The Concert Choir is
the major choral organ-
ization on campus.
Memhers were accepted
by audition. It was
comprised mainly ol
music majors, but was
also open to liberal arts
and business students.
They performed at var-
ious functions through-
nut the southeast such
as the Florida Baptist
Convention and the
American Choral Direc-
tors Association Con-
vention. Tim Blevin
was the assistant to the
Director of choral ac-
Officers: Taylor, T. (P.); Bobbitt, M. (V.P.); Pelham, C. (S.).
Music Educators National Conference
Officers: Fahey, J. (P.); Whiteside, T. (V.P.); Harrison. R. (S./T.).
The Music Educators
National Conference is
the organization that
serves as leader and
spokesman for music
education in the United
States. MENC's activi-
ties and publications
have been largely re-
sponsible for the estab-
lishment of music ed-
ucation as a profes-
sion, and for the pro-
motion and guidance
of music instruction in
the schools as an inte-
gral part of general
education. Since its in-
ception in 1907, the
growth of MENC in
strength and service has
been paralleled by the
growth in scope.
and other inter-
muraJ mi the wall
ot the mtteehou-. . T
painting booth at the
and contributions to
various Stetson pub-
lications. The club kept
thi>>e interested in art
informed on shows and
exhibits in the area and
provided an opportuni-
ty for members to share
Dicosola. A.; MaeLean. \ ".; -Smvth. S S - I. . (\«.k. P ; Gunderson. D.; Kelcum. .M ; Me^rsmith.
P. (P.); Routh. D. 1Y.P.1; Rush. L.; Carter. D. 1T.1: Griffin, J.
Touchstone, in its
third year of produc-
tion. i> Stetson's liter-
ary magazine. The
magazine consisted of
Stetson >tudent and
DeLand area resident
contributions of poetry,
short Btories, short
plays, photographs, and
art work. The staff
shared ideas with other
magazines in order to
bring new, creative ap-
proaches to Touch-
stone. Dr. William Tay-
lor, the chairman ot the
was the facultv advisor.
Workum. K .; Stempel. S . Stahl. T ; Farach. M
Pileggi, S.; Urfalino, H.; Mostello, P. (S.); Sargent, R. (P.); Lindquist, L.; Anderson, S.; Evans, C;
Bartlett. B.; Negron, J.; Adams. M.; Blate, K.; Lopresti, V.; Cooney, G.; McCrea, R.; Gaffney, K. (V.P.);
Harris. D.; Browning, S.; Richardson, T.; Jacobs, J.
Religious Life Council
The purpose of the
Student Assembly is to
foster discussion about,
in, present student
opinion on. and propose
changes concerning any
aspect of life at Stetson.
Some of its activities
included things such as
assisting with coordin-
ating Senior Activities
and making recom-
and changes in the area
The Religious Life
Council is comprised of
representatives from all
the religious organiza-
tions on campus. Their
purpose is to provide
religious activities for
the student body at
Stetson. The Religious
Life Council sought to
involve all the Stetson
community in activities
such as concerts, re-
treats, films, and guest
speakers. One of their
main projects was a
cosponsorship with the
Wesley Foundation of
the OXFAM for world
Duncan, M.; Rev. Granger; Jacobs, J.; Moore, J.; Fr. Powers; Allen, B.; Fr. Ravendall; Langley, M.;
Rossie, J.; Jenkins, G.; Rev. Cunningham.
Honorary which recog-
nizes universit) Btu
dents who excel in the
areas <>I leadership,
scholarship and service.
The society endeavors
to promote this high-
caliber leadership by
honoring those students
who have demonstrated
superior ability in their
activities, attitudes and
the Stetson communitv.
Officers: LeFils, S. (P.); demons. B. (V.P.I; Bradford, L. (S.); Mobley. S. (T.).
Omicron Delta Kappa
Omicron Delta Kap-
pa, the National
is one of the highest
honors to be obtained
by a member of the
Qualifications for mem-
bership are exemplary
character and excel-
lence in the areas of
and service. In 1980,
into Omicron Delta
Kappa to women as
well as men.
Officers: Neill. S. (P.); Johnson. I). (V.P.
Phi Chi Theta
Officers: Hass, S. (P); Evans, C. (V.P.); Sawon, N. (S.); Email, E. (C.S.); Mahathey, R. (T.).
Phi Chi Theta, a
national fraternity in
business and econ-
omics, became a charter
organization at Stetson
in the early 1970's. Dr.
David Nylen was in-
strumental in starting
the new Gamma Theta
business students are
inducted annually into
Phi Chi Theta where
interests and ideas were
met with positive action
for further understand-
ing of the business
world. They listened to
various speakers from
the business world and
Phi Eta Sigma
The Phi Society is
the Stetson chapter of
Phi Eta Sigma, the
honorary. This organ-
ization is one of the
newer honor societies
on campus and also
represents one of the
largest. Members were
initiated annually on
the basis of their first-
year grade point aver-
ages. The Phi Society
initiated over twenty-
five sophomores this
year. This group repre-
sented a cumulative
grade point average of
Officers: Wrenn, C. (P.); Kenfield, J. (V.P.); Urbanczyk (S.).
Water Ski Club
The Stetson Water
Ski Club began as a
small group oi Stetson
students with a jmiliar
interesl in water-skiing.
As the fall semester
wore on, these students
grew in number. Be-
sides skiing tor enjoj
meiil and to improve
their skills, some
in intercollegiate com-
petitions such as with
Officers: Tucker, .J. and Hollis, I). (Co-P.'s); Davies, B. (V.P.); Gatje, K. (S.); Cornell, M. (T.I.
The members of the
•Judo Club worked
together to promote
and encourage par-
ticipation in the art of
judo and to enhance the
gentleness it displays in
everyday life. Judo
classes were taught at
the University as well
as some in the
community. Led by
faculty advisors Ms.
Jean Messer, Dr. Rob
Brady, and Dr. Fangra-
tion Papacosta, the
clinics, and demonstra-
Brady. R., Monroe. B., Vites, T.,
J., Strange, EL, Manke, A.
Thwinc K., Ward. T , Dr. Papacosta. Messer, J., Massey. R . C.il>:
Delta Tau Kappa
Officers: Williams, K. (P.); Hudson, T. (V.P.); Johnson, M. (S. and T.).
Delta Tau Kappa is
an honorary for those
interested in the Social
Sciences. To become a
member, one must have
maintained a 3.0 GPA
in all Sociology courses
and a 3.0 GPA in
overall courses. He or
she must also have a
minimum of 12 semes-
ter hours in the So-
The honorary occasion-
ally sponsors speakers
and lectures on campus.
It is also responsible for
the annual Sociology
picnic which provides a
chance for all the
Sociology majors to get
together and get to
know one another.
Stetson Afro American Society
The Stetson Afro
American Society being
a service and social
aid to the DeLand and
the Stetson community
as well as catering to
the needs of the minori-
ties on campus. Among
their many activities
this year, SAAS held a
haunted house party for
the pre-schoolers at
Twinkle Star Preschool,
organized their annual
and participated in the
intramural sports pro-
Robinson, B., Roberts, K., Killura, S., Jean, D., Williams, B„ Clark, D., Daily, L., Allen, R.
This year I
Hall came oul of no-
where - thanks to its
~t.ii! ind ■ nts. In
athletic compel ition,
Carson fielded a team
for nearlj every in-
tramural sport and
racked up points while
vying for the Pre-
sident's cup. Also, the
tor the coveted Carson
Cup has done much to
bring the halls together.
Several social activities
took place such as
lookouts with the
women's dorms, Casino
night, rock and roll
parties, and several
speakers and presenta-
tions on interesting and
educational topics. Car-
son is on the move -
Carson Hall Staff
Steve Baade. .Jeff Horey, Scott Hunter. Chip Letter, Cire^ Knight, Russ Crumley, Allen Vinson. Bob
Cohen, Walter Riekenhach, David Reinhardt.
Gordis Hall Staff
Continuing on the
Vanguard tradition of
1979-1980, the Gordis
staff added a new
dimension to their
They have been active-
ly involved in many
campus activities in-
the all campus camp-
out, and a trip to
Disney World. The
has been working.
D. Johnson, K. Raur, T. Egnor. K. Krauss. Lopez. W. Ramsey. P. Nickens. R. Helton. K. fl roves.
New Men's Hall Staff
Craig Kettles, Jay Rust, Gary Dooney, Jon Stage, Mark Herr, John Walters, Jon Tofte. Bill Ballinger,
Ashley Andrews, Bill Cinnetti.
This year was full of
both construction and
constructive activity for
the residents of New
Men's Hall. A kitchen
completed with an ice
machine, an auto
mechanics center, a new
laundry area, and a
lounge were among the
major additions to the
dorm this year. When
they were not skating
with the girl's from
with the Emily women,
or feasting on steak and
seafood with the Tri-
Delts at the St. John's
river, the New Men's
residents were compet-
ing intensely in the Hall
Smith Hall Staff
B. Segal, B. Bartlett, B. Eubanks, M. Harris. J. Kipi, J. Clark, D. deArmas, J. Brown, T. Lovello. J.
Farniacci, B. Raymond, K. Michaels.
This was a year of
new beginnings for
Smith Hall. All the
staff members were new
to the program and
each brought plenty of
energy with him. Lower
9 was reopened as a
study lounge and Lower
8 was refurbished as a
comfortable T.V. room.
for the new Smith Cup
found halls weight lift-
ing and playing football
and ping pong against
each other. Speakers
visited the dorm reg-
ularly, speaking on
everything from self-
defense to birth control.
In an effort to bring the
lovely Stetson women
together with the men,
dinner parties, and
dances were offered. It
certainly was a year for
the guys of Smith Hall!
Chaudoin Hall Staff
Chaudoin Mall is
known for its pictures-
antique furnishing, but
there is much more
than jufll the pretty
a freshman dorm,
Chaudoin has taken on
a new style with both
freshman and uppper
class women who have
worked and lived
together to create a
nice, homey atmos-
phere. From birds to
graphics to rainbows
and flowers, each hall
had its unique person-
provided a sense of
pride for the individual
halls and competition
for the Chaudoin Cup
added to the total dorm
L. to R. Wells, B., Dunn L„ Harper, C, Burnett. K., Miracle, L., Bolkum, C. Fortson, T„ Phillips,
K., Habart, A.
Conrad Hall Staff
New faces bring
change and this year
many new students
joined in the warmth to
help rekindle that 'Con-
rad Fire.' Along with
general support of
school functions, Con-
rad upheld several
such as a Halloween
party and caroling, a
progressive dinner, and
a campus wide Valen-
tine's dance. The new
'fire' inspired the for-
mation of a strong
intramural team, spon-
sorship of a campus
wide skating party, and
continuation of the
"face life" of Conrad's
lobby. Conrad Hall,
you're lookin' jjood!
L to R. Clark. K . Lieberman, M., I.indquiat. L., Toland. D.. Petrie. I... Marian. K.. Ne
M.. Carlton. K„ Mobley, S., Judah. P.
Emily Hall Staff
L. to R. Weber,
K., Sargent, R..
\. Dee J.,
r, T., Th
ms, M., Elrod, B., Foley, J., Metz, M., Easterling,
Sellar, C. McCloud, L.
Staff and laughs as
students and pals - that's
the life of Emily gals! The
seven halls of Kmily invit-
ed all sorts of activities
ranging from serenades
by Wheeler House to
cookouts with the "fly-
boys" from Embry-
Riddle. A fearless (fear-
ful?) staff of fifteen ac-
companied their 200
neighbors through the
thicks and thins of college
life. Of course, the multi-
ple personality of "Miss
Emily", chosen at the
dorm Halloween party,
watched over her girls,
even though her portrait
is strangely missing from
the lobby! Where are you,
Stetson Hall Staff
The dynamic staff of Stet-
son Hall, led by Head Re-
sident Debbie Brown, par-
ticipated in several activities
throughout 1980-81. The year
started off with the Oktober-
fest celebration sponsored by
Stetson Hall and Gordis Hall.
During Halloween, the Stet-
son Hall women became a
neighborhood of goodies for
the kids trick or treating from
an area day care center.
Water balloons were Stetson
Hall's contribution distinc-
tion was in having the most
RA's kidnapped and the most
raids ever to occur in the
L. to R. Jones, C, Brown, D., Dupree, D., Walker, A., Songster, M., Rosier, L., Stones, S., Beekman,
A., Tores, V., Pileggi, S., Jones, S., Cornell, R. Bouras, T., Maddison, K., Zimmerman. C, Healy, M.
Four years flew. Each faster than the last, [f I really believed
these had been "the happiest years of my life," I could be satisfied.
Wonderful times and lovely people have made up my Stetson years.
1 don't believe it. though. While these have been lour fabulous
years, my happiest ones are still ahead. Each day is more full because
of the la-t. I'm looking forward to more blessings and thank the Lord
for the future as well as the past.
Special thanks go to Karen Rckes, assistant editor, for her
diligence, cooperation, and concern as she took charge on my
"breaks. " lavne Marlowe, advisor, for being in the thick of things
01) our account. Also, for always presenting a calm case when it was
actually a calamity. Pictures, money, deadlines, staff, etc.
Allen Rosenberg, company representative, for being another
stable influence. The answer to our problems was never more than
a phone call away.
H.R. Hrennen, head photographer, for being a creative,
dependable, and fun-to be -around kind of fella.
And the yearbook staff, for their hours of work. Now that it's
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IT TAKES TO LEAD
Some of our classrooms
Kligll.h Pre lav.
tit D Woodaida Cli KJaaimmaa, I
Amrru an BuaUWM v*>.iiirn National Scholailhip, Sigma Tau
Delia Bckard Schokrthip, HA Sludrnl assembly. Model
ALLEN, JANET C.
Hlatorv Poll Sei
, 80S, Hollandalr Ml
Alpha Chi Omega. I'anhrlleim- rjfficar, SUndafda Board, Model
Sonata 9l lid SUB PublicitJ Chairman. Dan»
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AI.I.IHONK, DAVID JOSEPH
Market i ng; Management
■ rbj Road, Paha H«v PI 32905
Lattaiad in loccai brothai ol Sigma Phi Epailon, Bzecutivi
eounci] Siunm Phi Epailon, Mambai of [FC, Bxacutiva Board of
larkating Council, Daani List. H„n,.r Roll
ALTMAN, RICHARD MILTON
Hi i, Bowlini Grata, PI 33834
Pntiduil Republican Club, I'res of political Forum. Member
Circla K, Golden Tassel award, highest average in political
Rt 4 H..i 47J-B, Deland. Fl 32720
Saeurity guard. Phi Chi Theta, Phi Sigma Kappa little sister.
Karate cluh, Q M
ANDERSON, SANDRA L.
4730 Coconut Dr , Tituavill*. PI 32780
Dean's List, Presidential Scholarship, German Departmental
Award. Scroll and Key. V.P.. Off- Campus representative Student
Assembly. Honors Program, Greenfeather Comm. Chairperson.
Student Assembly. Chairperson Cultural Affairs Comm., Student
representative to Honor. Council, Delta Phi Alpha. Jr. yr. abroad
ASH, MARTHA E.
3761 S. Atlantic Ave,. Davtona Beach. Fl. 32019
Kappa Delta Pi, Florida Student Leaders Association of Teacher
BAILEY, KEITH A.
2427 Banchory Rd.. Winter Park, Fl.
312 E Rich Ave.. DeLand, Fl. 32720
Psi Chi, Dean's List
BARTLETT, ROBERT P.
550 Robert St., Orange City, Fl.
Honor's Program. Student Assembly. Psi Chi, Honor's Council,
Political Forum R.A.. Dean's List
BEAN, PAMELA A.
12605 Newgate Rd.. Potomic Md. 20854
(301) 762 5581
Delta Delta Delta. Honor Roll. Dean's List, Greenfeather
Candidate. Lambda Chi Alpha Little Sister
BENNETT, MARY ELLEN
2837 Cleave Dr.. Fall Church V a . 22042
Tennis Team. Delta Delta Delta Sorority, Campus Affairs
Committee. Cultural Affairs Committee. Traffic Appeals Court.
Intramural Sports. Elections Committee. Homecoming Commits
CCM. Summer Conference Coordinator.
BOBBITT, MYRA J.
Church Music. Organ Principle
8715 Vermanth Rd.. Jacksonville. Fl. 32211
Dean's List, Outstanding Freshman in the Music School, Phi
Beta. Secretary. Vice President, Concert Choir, Vice President.
Student Conductor. BCM, Member of Vesper Committee.
1 Coach Lane. Huntington Station, N .Y. 11746
Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweetheart
BOONE, CYNTHIA R.
1010 Knollwood Circle. Wauchula. Fl. 33873
Baptist Campus Ministry
BRADFORD. LISA A
Muak Bducatlon/Doubla Baaa
1 ' r i ii, ink
mi S I'mr St . Sparunbarg S.I
[g0 1] - .ii
MBNI Phi Bata Motoi Board
HliWNAN, GARY T.
i inani i
2132 .lame. Ii , K.» k Hill. B.C 29730
Unbda Chi Alpha. Vlea Praaidant, Ruth I hairman, in
Praaidanl Ordai ol iga, Parant*i Waakand CommUtaa, Gnwli
Week ' Mimnm, t Graanfaathai I onmitfaa
ii Buana Viata Ava . Lakaland, Fl 33801
Hatlai Yearbook, Bali Bala Bala, Sigma PI Kappa
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■.in . 'i 16 «
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BRORUP, MARCIA I.
509 S. Auuma Dr., Sanfurd. Fl. 32771
Alpha Kappa Psi. Phi Mu
9906 Kingsbridge Rd.. Richmond. Va. 23233
Honor Roll, Sigma Tau Delta. Omicron Delta Kappa, R.A., S.A.,
H R.. Orientation Committee. Inter Varsity Christian Fellowship.
Route 5 Box 1030, Leland. Fl. 32720
3721 N.E. 27 Terrace. Lighthouse Point. Fl 33064
CATE, CYNTHIA RUTH
2894 54th St. N St., Petersburg. Fl. 33710
Phi Mu- Corresponding Sec. Treasurer, Pre-Med Club. American
Chemical Society. Tn Beta
CERIO, FRANCIS JOHN
690 Westward Circle, Holly Hill, Fl. 32017
Honor Rull. Dean's list. Sigma Tau Delta.
CHEATHAM, RUSSEL L.
530 El Dorado, Plantation. Fl
Karate Club. Tri Beta-Pres.. American Chemical Society. Society
of Physics Students, Phi Mu Big Brother.
CHRONIS, BETH A.
7256 Danbury Way. Clearwater. Fl. 33516
(813) 536- 6048
The Follies Talent Show Drill Team Captain Boi Girl
(Basketball games). Dean's List.
3015 Middle Brooks Cir., Tallahassee, Fl. 32312
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Dean's List, Honor Roll. OAK
102 Water Oak Lane, AlUmonte Springs, Fl. 32701
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COOK, SHERRY N.
2408 DeCottes, Sanford. Fl 32771
Hatter Staff. Army ROTC
CORDELL, NANCY L.
3963 NW 18 Ave . Ft. Lauderdale. Fl. 33309
Miss Green Feather-1. Miss Hatter Finalist-3, Phi Sigma Kappa
Little Sister, Greenfeather, Panhellenic Pres., Vice Pres. SAC.
lntermurals, Phi Sigma Kappa Calendar girl. Phi Mu,
Outstanding pledge. Outstanding Active. All around Phi Mu.
Sandra Marie Hamilton Scholarship and Phi Mu Chaplain.
CORNELL, MARGUERITE L.
P.O. Box 1792, Sanford, Fl. 32771
Tri Beta. Reporter, Ski Team. Ski-Club, Sigma Nu Little Sister.
Honor Roll. lntermurals: Volleyball. Softball.
CORR COLLEEN M
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CROWELL, n LIE ANN
2785 Mangrum Place. Tuu.ville PI 32780
Alpha Xi Delta-tret.
DEVANE, STEVEN C.
31 > Dal Maao Dr., Daytona Beach, Fl 32014
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Baptial Campus Ministry
DIC.NEY, J. MICHEAL
Chemistry /Pre dental
1361 S. Federal Highway. Boca Raton, Fl.
I'm idanl Pre Med club. Gamma Sigma Epailon, American
Chemical Society, Green Circle, Pi Kappa Alpha
DiCOLA, MICHEALA ANGELA
1420 BayPoint Dr., Sarasota, Fl. 33577
Sigma Phi Epsolon Little Sister, Tri Beta. Phi Mu. Press Aid,
Yearbook, Art Club, Dancer's Workshop.
DIXON, ELIZABETH MARIE
11910 S.W 188 Terrace, Miami. PL 33177
Lambda Chi Alpha Little Sister. Jr. Year Abroad. Greenfeather
Comm.. International Students Organization.
DINSMORE, JAMES M.
1100 Washington Road. Mount Dora. Fl. 32757
Delta Sigma Phi. Pi Beta Phi Arrowman, Phi Chi Theta,
Parent's Weekend Comm.. Student Assembly Yearbook
photographer. Stetson Republican Club.
DOBBS, SARA D.
Route 2 box 575, Madison, Fl.
BCM Secretary. Student Services Comm.. Co- Chairman of Miss
Greenfeather. Phi Theta Kappa-Sec.
DORE, CHRISTINA MEINHOLTZ
260 NW 3rd St., Ft. Lauderdale. Fl. 33309
Honors Program. American Chemical Society. Tri Beta.
ELROD, BRENDA D.
201 Wake Ave. N.E.. Winter Have. Fl. 33880
Rowdies Rookie of the Year, Stetson Wotrens softball team.
Women's basketball team. Co-Captain. Delta Tau Kappa. R A
EVANS, CHERYL A.
23 Applewood Cir.. South Daytona. Fl. 32210
Phi Chi Theta. VP. Yearbook Staff. American Marketing Assoc..
Rowdies. Intramurals Board. Student Director of Women's
Intramurals. Sigma Pi Kappa Student Assembly.
FAIRCHILD, DAN K.
2457 N.E. 26 Ave.. Ft. Lauderdale. Fl. 33305
Treasurer Stetson Marketing Assn.
FAREY, JANET M.
1 Tall Pines Hilton head S.C. 29928
Pres. of MENC. BME Voice Representative. Concert Choir. Cast
of Marriage of Figaro. Phi Beta.
FARR, FREDDA CASON
Music Education 503 Crescent St.. Waycross. Georgia 31501
MENC. Stetson Orchestra
FIGLIOLI, KAREN LOUISE
955 Samar Rd.. Cocoa Beach. Fl. 32937
Alpha Chi Omega- 1st V.P. and Pres . Rho Lambda-Sec.. Phi
Chi Theta. Stetson Marketing Association, S.A.. Stetson Jazz and
Wind Ensemble, Rho Chi.
540 W Minnesota. DeLand, Fla.
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FRENI HKl if CAROL \
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GAFFNEY KEVIN .1
Political Science Pre law
Ur Naples. Kla 33940
Delu Sigma Phi Vice pres Student Assembly Young DemocrsU
GARWICK, E. KEITH
Routt 6 Boi 992 FF. Orlando. Fl 32820
GAYLORD, RICHARD I
Route 5 Boi 388 H. Deland. Fl
StfUon Orchestra. Stetson «vm phonic Ensemble. Stetson Bras*
Delta Sigma Phi Editor. Vice Pre*. Tress Student* for
Anderson, SteUon Reporter Staff
GREEN, CLAYTON H
.'44 Hsrding Air Libertwille. 11. 60048
Honor Roll. Dean's List. Alpha Kappa Psi. Stetson Marketing
GRIFFITH. MATTHEW C
rikfuud Dr. Orlando. Fl 32808
Ashcraft Math Award. 2 Presidential Scholarships. Phi Eta
Sigma Scroll and Kev Math Club. Intramural.
GR0VER. 1ANINE D.
Route 1 Boi WH. Belleviea. Fl 32620
Phi Thru Kappa. Miss Creenfeather Candidate. Freshman
Onenution. Parent . Weekend Cmm Phi Mu. Phi Sifma
Kappa I Ihi Mu Record.- .
Historian Fund Raiser Scholarship Chairman
Ministerial Aaancaatioo, < Hit reach Ih rector. Baptist Campus
Mim»trv Outreach !>ir»vt..r Rf»\,val Teams. Alpha Xi Delta.
Student Summer Mtastonarv VA 1980 Oh
S03 Marshall Street. Clearwater. Florida 33515
Alpha Kappa Psi. Recording Seereurv. Student Assembly
Rrpresenutive, Conrad Hall. Intramural Sports Rowdies A
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. Pi U«d Fl. i
i.t. Rush Chairman. I ft lambda Chi
■■ .. i hairman R A
-• idem Assrmbl. -•
HOBSON i wick K
Klemrnlar, Btftui M
ri-.ri.l- Student leader. Aasorialuon el Teacher Kducatson
Hi DSON KATRINE \
\.r Ai.t H DeLand. Kknds -
.i.ili Raskethall 78 79. 7* B0, 10 1
MU Tau Kappa ROM.
Rowdie Haskrtball 78-79 ' I M H t.„
ISSAI CHERYL LENNET
ir Avenue. Ana,; ■ •
Phi Mu Sotoh y -Sattiof Ethic* Social Committee .senior
Rowdies Intramural* I freshman t
IAI 0BS, ROZANNE <KIKI.
lock, Tallahassee. Florida 32301
Alpha Chi Omega. Lambda Chi Alpha Little Si.ter i jm hh
Lambda Honorary. Miss Hatter contestant. Orientation Advisor
Honor Roll. Dean's List
JENARDI, DALE L
6717 Ridgevue Drive. Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 15236
■ of the Scroll ar •
Heart 'Little Sister (or Sigma Phi Epailon . < Kiaj
Me Kmte Dancer 2. Presidential Scholarship S, Aapley
Scholarship 3. Intramural Sport* Independent.. 18.104.22.168. Dancer's
p 4. Honor Roll 1.2.3
JENKINS, K Yl'ETTE
I40f. I meson Street. Jacksonville. Florida 32209
Alpha Kappa Alpr D Afro- American -
Intramural* Representative. Artist at Lecturer* Representative
I0NES, CHRISTINE M
1090 Sonoma Court. Leongwood. Florida 32750
Phi Mu Sum i tj, President, Vice President. Social Chairman.
Ritual. Histonan. Pledge Claas President. Model Pledjre. Alpha
Kappa Psi. SteUon Marketing AaaooaUon. Rho I-amhda
H<.n..rarv Mortarboard Gold Taaale Award. S A I .r KA .
vrs . Parents Weekend Committee 78, Homerfmini Committee
. Week Committee 80
KARRKR. MARY E.
Caita Postal 1719. Sao Pa ,
Sigma Phi Kappa Journalism Rho Lambda Honorary. Phi Mu.
-taff writer Hatter Section EdiU>r Publication Board
Secretary SAC Representative SA Orientation Advisor.
Homecoming. I>ecoral»onji Committee Chairman. Wheeler House
K At ["SKY, 1ERRI BENNETT
~9 Burning Tree Drive Naples. Florida MM 2
Alumni Scholarship for Freshmen. Honor Roll. Dean a Last,
Mortarboard. Rho Lambda. Pi Beta Phi pledge class treasurer
Panhellenic delegate, chaplain. Rush Counselor, censor. Alpha
Kappa Psi corresponding aecretarv Resident Advisor 9 *
Parent". Weekend Committee. Creenfeather Committee
HELLS, DEANNE w
or Ocala. FWi<"..
Alpha Xi Delu 2.3.4 V P 4. House Chairman 3. Scroll * Kev
I lean's LsM 1.2 . .
-pics Co Chair 3. Homecoming Committee King a
KENPIELD I0Y( r L
<ma 1 P limo #4.
KENNEDY DEBBQ \
id [teerfis-ld Baach. FW.:.
' ratre Productiora. Ameru an Marketing |
KETTLES I RAIG I
> A ht Head Resident Homsxoming Hwt \ arsits Tn
t.reenfeather Tres- . ma Tn
- Advrsor. Murtar Board. FJertiotia
LANI KuHKKT .1
Vt inner Creenfeather Fun Run. Intramural*
LAWRENCE. PRANK B
m St trm Circle. Ormood Brach. Flonda 320T4
Drlu Sigma Phi Fraternitv 3.4 Sigma Tau Delu 3.4
MAHATHEV. RYLAND K
nat, Riviera Beach. Flonda 33404
Honor Roll. Phi Eu Sigma. Cultural Affairs Comrr
Academic Affairs CommitUe. Phi Chi Theta T r iaa unr . Stetson
MANNING CHERYL I.
Creneral Business Administration
Trail. Jacksonville. Flonda 32211
Delu Delu Delu Soror- Horaaroraing
Committee 1978. Lambda Chi Alpha Little Saner 1J771980
W' IAIN. JR KAY '
4626 Birkenhead Road. Jacksonville. Fionas 32210
Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminar. Ft Worth. Trias
Historian Phi Beta. Mussc School Advisory Council. Iniverarty
Orchestra. Symphonic Wind Ensemble. I'nivrrsily Jan Band.
Percussion Ensemble. Pep Band. Coordinator. Mussc School
McCLOUD, LESLIE D.
2126 Allan-.- scksonvule. Flonda 32J04
Alphs Ksppa Psi RA Emilv Hall
McCORMICK. EDITH .1
- : H-ation
4V> Wav-nr Avenue IndiatlanlK. Flonda 32903
Pi Kappa Alpha UtUr Sister Pi Beta Phi. Head Ijfeguard
Stetson Paat, Port v>uren
MEADOWS, LEIGH A
aria Blvd Orlando. Flonda 32604
Delu IVIu Delu Sorontv Fraternity Education Chairman
Officers rmasli House President Panhellenic Representative.
Psnhrllrnic Treasurer. RhoChi. Pi Kappa Phi Utile Sastar. SA
MERREI.L. MELODY N
4"84 S.«ith Peninsula Dun, Ponce Inlet. Flonda 3»I9
FJslpha Xi IVIu. Lambda Chi Alpha Little Sartar. Beta Beta
Heu (.amma Sigma Epsiloo Ph. F.U Ssgma
MESSERLY, KAREN K
- ;Srll Circlr. Jackaonvillr. Flonda
MICHAELS, JANICE K
■ Miami. Flonda 33162
1 305 1 944 9864
Women's Varsitv Volsryball. Softball. Phi Sag Little Ssstar.
Mil I KCAN DONNA JOAN
s Urk.pur I uh Fairport, s,» Vori 14480
Rowdjea R \ Vanity Volleyball, CCM, Dean 1 ! List, Honor Roll
MOSTE] LO I'M KICK S.
unbridgt Drive, Longwood, Florida
Alpha. Kappa Pei, Student Aaeambl) Secretary, Greenfeathei
u So • si Stal < •
NAGLE, PATRICIA A
4.11 Cudd) I ouH Naplai Florida
AIAVt Diviaion II Ul StaU Ul Region Ul American tannii
cc Proaidenl DiracUH ol Pledge Programming,
Zeta Tau Alpha, 1980-81 Praaidanl Zata leu Alpha, rejt Force
fur Panhellenic Growth, Viet Praaidanl Kh„ Umbda
NICK. PAU1 C
Kabul, Afghanistan 60069
• . \ C 1,2,3,4,5, Rush
Chairman. Commander. Sigma Nu Fraternity, Green Man of the
Year 1980. Orientation Advisor 3, Sewing Huh 1.2. Y.O.I) Club
5, Fraternity Graduate CoulUftloi i
NICKENS, CARL K.
1206 8th Street. Hampton. Illinois 61256
R \ Gordia, Phi Chi Theta. BCM, Greenfealher Field Day
NAZI M, JENNIFER G.
SIS Anchorage Drive. N Palm Beach. Florida 33408
Phi Theta Kappa. 2, National Convention Delegate 2. Phi Mu
Sorority 3,4, Bthica 3, Social 4, Kh„ Chi J. yearbook Stall 3,4,
Facultj Editor 4. Parent's Weekend Committee 3,4
O'DWYER. KEVIN M.
955 Ginger Circle. Ormond Beach. Florida
CCM. S.A. Intramural Sports. Water Skiing Club
PHILLIPS, JERRY F.
Oral Roberts Seminar,- Tulsa. Oklahoma
PHILYAW. YVETTE \V.
■ N Clara Apt. S3
Pi Beta Phi Sorority 1. Concert Choir 3.4. Phi Beta 4. Tassled
by Mortar Board I, Aim tot Heaven. Kiss Me Kale 1.2, Sang in
Greenfeather Follies 22.214.171.124. Sang in Parents Weekend 1,2.
Student Assembly Representative 1
PICCIRILLI, DONNA M.
P.O. Box 5132. Orchard Lake. Missouri 48033
Phi Chi Theta. Stetson Marketing Association, American
Marketing Association, CCM, Intramural Sports. Sports Official.
Math Tutor, Honor Roll. Varsity Basketball, Studied in
Neuchatel. Switzerland, SUB Stage Crew, Yearbook Staff. Press
2124 Lori Lane. Wichita. Kansas 67207
Alpha Kappa Psi 2.3.4. 2nd Vice President 3,4. Stetson Reporter
2.3. Winter Term Committee 3. Phi Mu Guard 3.4
ROBINSON. DARCY S.
617 Inlet Road. N. Palm Beach, Florida 33408
1570 Mediterranean Road
W. Palm Beach. Florida 33406
Alpha Xi Delta Social Chairman. Pledge Trainer. Sigma Nu
Little Sister. Bat Girl. RA. SA.
ROYER, BARBARA E.
2230 Lake Rubv Road, DeLand Florida 32720
SANNER. ELIZABE1 II \\
1 1 Kiln, Blvd in r„k Md
II. , Mu M|itm Kappa Pei, YrnrlM.ik l.ilraniHraK I .rrenlrather
mitut General Buaineei
SARGENT, SHARON REG1N \
)« link Street, R Georgia I i
1 mi, "ii m:ii
Ri lidence Hall StaU Student Aetembly, President, c«mpu»
Affair, Chairman, Cultural UTaii I i.,,,,, ,,,.,, « i l\ ran
' ommittec Summei Conference ( omm (irrenlrather I
Homecon I ommittee CCM, Intramural Sports, Win
i Ble i Comm., I^gal Affairs Committee. Senior
Affaire, Academii Affaire, Parent', Weekend
168 High Street. South, Hound Hr,~,k. New Jersey 0880
Phi i hi Hi, i,i Sei Steteon Marketing Assoc., Yearb.- k -•■
Sigma Pi Kappa Editor, Women', Intramurals
SCERRA, STEVEN J.
2 Crescent St . Oxford. Ma, 01540
(617) 981 5060
S4iccer Team. Stetson Marketing Assoc. Am Marketing Assoc
SHIELDS, DANIEL D.
Honor Roll, Stetson Jazz Ensemble. Delta Sigma Phi Chaplain
STEMPLE, SHELLY S.
1224 NE 16 Ave.. Ft. Lauderdale Fl 33304
Associate Ed. Literachur Publications Board. Reporter Staff
Writer. Honor Roll, Dean's List. Honors Program, SA, Theater
STEWARD. ELIZABETH LENDIAN
PO Box 953. 100 S. Andalusia. DeLeon Springs Fl. 32028
American Chemical Society Theater. Business and Professional
322 Helmlock Rd.. West Palm Beach. Fl.
1115 NW 35 Ave, Gainsville. Fl
Honor Roll. Dean's List. Delta Delta Delta. Jr. Panhellenic.
Favors Chairman. Panhellenic Rep.. Social Chair. Panh..
Historian. Officers Council. Rituals Committee. Social Coram..
Intramurals, Rho Lambda. Greek Week Chair.. Rho Chi,
Orientation Comm., Parent's Weekend. Marketing Assoc.
General Business. Deland. Fl.
Pi Kappa Phi
SULLIBAN, W. RAY JR.
422 N. Amelia Ave, Deland Fl. 32720
Scroll and Key. Who's Who Among College Students. Armour
Scholar. Outreach to Married Students. Baptist Campus Ministry.
TAYLOR. TIMOTHY L.
2723 Devonwood Rd , Jacksonville. Fl. 32211
Concert Choir. President Concert Choir
TEMPLIN, BRIAN K.
TORCISE, SANDRA L.
11 Perky Rd.
Ocean Reef Club, N. Key Largo, Fl. 33037
Alpha Xi Delta, President Panhellenic Delegate Model
Senate-Chair, of Legislature. Alumni Reception Con
Aide, Bat Girl, Rho Lambda. Pi Kappa Alpha little sister.
TURNER, BELLE B.
303 Aurora Dr.. Apopka. Fl. 32703
Honor Roll. SGA Representative
TUTTLE, ROBERT J.
1026 Flagstone Drive. Daytona Beach. Fl. 32018
Lambda Chi Alpha. Ritualist Senior Affairs Comm.. Publications
i RBANI /. i. - '
Hmiimf It. -ii ,1-1 Deal lajor fof the Year .
Phi Eta - ,
Republ Hub SA
I NTERBRINK, BARRY I.
American Marketing Amoc Charter member. Alpha Kappa Pti,
■ IH.rlrr l'h,,t,^faj,hrr I mni Racquetball
VOORHIS. AMY I.
I'd Boi ~>h7. Ridgewood, NJ 07461
Pi Beta Phi. Sigma Tau Delta, Omi
,20 Beat Hickor) Si Arcadia. Fl. 33821
Ra. SA, Intramurals, BCM. SCB Chairman of Hospitality. Math
Club. Mortar Board Tassel Award. Honor Roll.
255 Theodore Fremd Ave. Rye, New York 10580
SCB Member, Off campus Rep. Student Assembly. Delta Sigma
Phi Little sister.
WEBER, CAROLE J.
7007 Versailles. Pinellas Park. Fl 33565
Intermural Sports-Rowdies' American Marketing Assoc.. Chapter
Publicity Chair., Alpha Kappa Psi. RA, Concert Committee.
W H A T
WEEMS, JANICE MARIE
Tri Beta. Phi Eta Sigma Sierra Club.
WELCH, DAVID C.
1010 Cherokee Ranch Rd . Holly Hill. Fl 32017
Varsity Softball, Varsity Basketball. Intramural Committee
WIKE, DENISE D.
603 Piscataway Ct.. Oxon Hill. Md. 20022
Alpha Xi Delta, Pi Kappa Phi little sister, Y'earbook editor and
Publicitv board. Sigma Tau Delta. Sigma Pi Kappa. Rho
Lambda '80 Homecoming Queen, Press Aide. BCM. Tasael
Award. Sister of the Year. Dancer's Workshop.
WILLIAMS. KAREN D.
4927 Biscane Dr.. Maples. Fl. 33942
BCM. Cabinet Officer. Co-Chairman Vespers Comm , Pres. Delta
Tau Kappa. Outstanding Jr. in Sociology.
WILLIAMS, LESLIE DIANE
5488 Fearnley Dr.. Lake Worth Fl. 33463
Baseball Statistician. American Chemical Sociely-treas.. Gamma
Sigma Epsilon, Pi Kappa Alpha Little Sister
WORKUM, CATHERINE A.
491 Fern Ave.. Titusville. Fl. 32780
Year abroad program. Yearbook staff. Associate Editor of
Literachur. CCM. Homecoming Coming Comm.. RA. Intramural
WRENN, PAUL CHRISTOPHER
1647 Londenderry Road. Jacksonville. Fl. 32210
Pres Phi Eta Sigma, Vice-Pres. Stetson Young Democrats. Sigma
Tau Delta, SA.
WYNN, GREGORY C.
801 Eastover Cr . Deland. Florida
CRC Award. Phi Eta Sigma. Scroll and Key. Phi Alpha Theta.
Gamma Sigma Epsilon-Pres.. ACS. Pi Kappa Alpha. Green
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