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no more shaggy-prophets' staffs quivering against these walls 
broken now buried they sprout like dead men at our feet 
for some clusters of Jerusalem thorn 

for some a black and bitter bush 
with roots deep in too many autumns too many words 
and now the final cannibal feast we feed upon ourselves 
the first to go are those lend-lease minds from the leper isles 
as the prophets predicted: 
baptism becoming a requiem 



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a time to search the books behind the desk 
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thrashing their tails in the madcap illusion 
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finding sand between our toes again 

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of the artist's eye on color of the poet caressing a noun 

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being forced out of darkness no pictures of these lovers together 

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yearbook vol 4 florida presbyterian college, st. Petersburg, florida. 



palmroy, photog; lee fitzgerald, artie; robbie hatta 
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bernard alberts 



georgia alexander 
charles haddon alien 
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al anderson 
james d. anderson 



richard w. anderson 
james anderton 
anne loulse ballard 
davld kinne balsley 
lynn ellen barron 



keith w. irwin, philosophy 






linda ann barry 
vicki bartelet 
mary ellen bartlett 
Jeanne beattie 
wayne w. bennett 



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ellen bermingham 
linda birrel 
valerie jean bishop 
robert John blanc 











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Charles burns 
frank caldwell 



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louise cate 
kenneth caudell 
Claudia cauthern 




george k. reid, biology 






sherry blomeley 
russell bloom 
michael boggs 
robert eldridge bouwman 
Stanley grant bower 
christi brandt 




ashby Johnson, core 



genie ila chitwood 
Joseph b. clarkson 
John William clay 
david e. cockcroft 



nancy breier 
dana brown 



michael Campbell 



susan cheaney 
katherine chinnis 



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janis dilgren 
sue dotson 
bettye lyn duley 
rod dunck 
James durrett 



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'illiam c. wilbur, history 



lucinda fahl 
arthur farkas 
robert farquhar 
conli ferguson 
James ferguson 
lenore fiehler 



emily fitts 
lee fitzgerald 
randolph forlenza 
al ganzenhuber 
jay t. gilbert 
juliann golden 



James edmiston 
susan ehrhardt 
karen elam 




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jeanette engle 
diane ernisse 
rick faerber 




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nicky grant 
barbara gregory 
rothy gregory 
sarah e. groub 
kathy hagan 



gail hall 
John hammel 
John henry hankinson 
sheirazada hann 
dawn harlan 
kathie harper 






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anne harris 
ian milne hart 
paul haviland 
barbara hazen 
suzanne heath 
brad hestir 



robert detweiler, literature 



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yoko hoshino 
allison howard 
kathy howlett 



gary hurst 
Jonathan hutchinson 
Judith irwin 
janie Jackson 
robert a. jahnig 
linda jo Jennings 



jean Johnson 
george k. Jones 
carol jovin 
patricia justice 
michael scott keen 
karen kennedy 



richard c. king 
William king 
candace kingsbury 
cecile lahusen 
david landis 
frederick langhorst 



yvonne lefleur 
heidi lenz 




ted j. solomon, religion 



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michael littman 
gregory lyon 



Jennifer marvin 
michele maurer 
susan matthews 
dare macdonald 
bonnie macphail 



. peter meinke, literature 






eric mccloskey 
jane mcculley 
k. e. mcintyre 
doug mcleod 
Wallace mcleod 



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windy meyer 
ed mickle 
Joyce miller 



anne m. e. milner 
Stephen minnick 
margaret mitchem 
mary g. moffat 
marcia montenegro 





James e. mooneyham 
jane moore 
marshall moorman 



sheryl morgan 
michael myers 
thomas myers 



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Clifford nelson 
linda nelson 
Janet newell 



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mike oreste 




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James parkes 
rodney o. paul 
William j. peterson 
bill pettibon 



dan pingel 
laurence poole 
edger potter 
nancy powell 



henry genz, french 



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ken prest 
steve pritchard 
bill prowse 
m. susan pulley 
margaret pulliam 

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rejane genz, french 



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kamile rasheed 
torn ravenel 
halcyon reese 
richard reid 
martha ridge 
sally riggs 



sandra romig 
bill roper 
bob ross 
peggy ross 
sharon rowley 
willa runge 



barbara robinson 
marlene robinson 

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Judith schwarz 
electra schweikert 
sylvia schwintzer 



cile sherrill 
harold e. show/alter 



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robert smith 
John snyder 



John c. haworth, registrar 







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sally snyder 
Stephen spring 
sharon stacy 
William stambaugh 
anthony staples 



susan Stephens 
lynda may Stevenson 
michael st. ivan 
James stocking 
philip stormant 




Joseph straley 
ronald stroud 
moffatt swaim 
vera tanner 
doug tatelman 



tim taylor 
kathryn tench 
ian thalheimer 
richard thiele 
William thomas 



calvin tratebas 
michael trehy 
jane tresca 
Judy vance 
John varn 





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boyd Johnson, dean of men 



marie shao, Chinese 



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fogel, celia goodson, marion gordon, katherine grady, david haynes, bernadette hill, ann kabrich, 
marylee lander, craig edwin learned, rose-marie annette mador, James d. reeves, John richards, 
barbara robertson, Sharon rock, david russ, david scates, rebecca Simmons, tyra somers, scott 
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george wagner 
Janet walker 
ann Washington 
gerald watkins 



sterling watson 
robert webb 
James Jeffrey weir 
kathleen weisel 
herbert west 



margaret wharton 
shelley whitman 
susan widmayer 
arthur s. wilson 
david wise 



susan I. witchey 
skip wright 
sara young 
susan young 
beth zachert 







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wilhelm angermeier, psychology 




sophomore class 



stan m. e. alien 
mary altomare 
William anderson 



cheryl anonsen 
stu atcheson 
jeanne austin 




jill azarenock 
donna baird 
gordon batstone 
brenda bevan 
james black 
linda blanton 
roxie blish 



robert a. hall, french 



vaughn bolton 
marien bradsher 
judy brenneisen 
james broderick 
kay bungard 
nancy burgess 
torn caddel 




kitty callan 
randolph campbell 
david capus 
kathy carlson 
linda carroll 
Christine carrow 
elizabeth cheney 




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john clarke 
mary caton 
marvin demons 
linda cox 
Jeffrey cramer 
caryn crowe 
John criswell 



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edward i. Stevens, psychology 



carol currier 
margaret davis 



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robert o. dean 
sherry dicks 
paul dieffenbach 




debbie donahoe 
robin anne duffy 
John eckert 



karen dodd 
chip dodson 



lina evans 
dana everett 



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robert hodgell, art 



gerald green 
paul eric greene 
Judy grisso 



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judy foss 


don foster 


lonni ann fredman 


ofelia garcia 


susan garcia 


aline gaston 


aurie gomon 


pat gonyo 


lyman goodnight 



mrs. mcguirk, health center 




ronnie lee gross 
dint gruenberg 
linda hahn 



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obert c. meacham, mathematics 



torn Hamilton 
linda harrison 
michael haseman 
glen hedrick 
sharyn henry 
sally herbert 



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burr c. brundage, history 




otis h. shao, political science 



pam hopkins 
ruth horn 




kathy howey 
tonya hucks 










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mike hunter 
cathy irwin 
ernest jacksor 
sherry jacksoi' 






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sally joerger 
lynne Johnson 
patricia Johnson 



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vincent kane 
william marcus kates 
hngh kauder 



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terry kersey 
kathy king 
sandy kingsbury 
paul klein 
patricia knous 
robert alan koch 



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betsy lagana 
david landis 
mary law 
greg lee 
steve leeper 



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susan Johnson 
torn Johnson 
kathy jones 



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lindsay mcfadyen 
george mcguire 
richard mclarty 


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Steven w. morgan 
William w. moss 
diana moyer 
Caroline mueller 



mary jane lewis 
larry lindberg 
pete livers 
david wesley lowe 
lele maloney 
melissa marrow 



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mary frances mcleod 
jim meier 
darrell miller 
george mintz 
charlotte montague 



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margaret rigg, art 



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shoppie Osgood 



John paine 
rod palmateer 
pam pardee 
kathy parmelee 
pat parmer 
spencer parramore 
martha parsons 



pablo perhacs 
ann perryman 
betty petro 

thomas phillips 
martha pope 
george raftelis 
charles ranson 












kenneth e. keeton, german 



terri rash 
emmett redding 
james m. reed 




William h. rice 


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marti siegel 

ann smith 


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barry smith 
fran smith 
lynn smith 






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ralph spainhour 




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james o. 


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david stone 
linda syer 



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gary tapp 
ramiro tello 
charlene thiess 
susan thompson 



arine tiedeman 
mary todd 
robert tomasello 
Claudia toy 



henry travers 
merrie van loy 
bettie van overbeke 
birgit van zonneveld 



bishop pike, guest lecturer 



mrs. tallon, music 



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barbara Wallace 
carol wanamaker 
leslie webb 



larry wilmot 
david wilt 
pat wolfe 
John wolin 



helen wilder 
don Williams 
kitty Williams 



robert wooton 
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marilyn ziegler 



jean anderson MM 
jane arbuckle 
bill arnold 






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marigene arnold 



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jo beetle 
Julie bell 
kathryn belt 
ernest bentley 



carol bowden 
bob boyle 
Stanley boynton 
donald buffaloe 
marin burch 



albany ruhland, social sciences secretary 



dorothy Johnson, library 



mr. keefer, language lab 



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jana sue carter 
sharon carveth 



aniel a. zaret, russian 







jay cowan 
gail cowden 
dave cozad 



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nick dale 
ann dalstrom 
harry davis 



sandy de pietro 
ibby dickson 
robert doren 



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dark bouwman, sociology 



bob clingman 
bill cooley 
diane copple 




dell Crawford 
jerry cullum 
jack cushman 




barbara dotson 
harriett downing 
Mrtda dumas 
rod elkins 
ann finkernagel 







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William g. thomson, classics 




mac fite 
chris frost 
John fry 
carol gentry 



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robert j. gould, music 



leland d. graber, mathematics 



pat hackney 
margi hamlett 
terry hartsook 
charlotte hawley 





sharon hayes 





valerie hewitt 
jean hill 
John hindman 
mike hinckley 
kit hirshberg 
gloria hoi lis 
bettie hord 



butch howard 
barbara Johnson 
richard Johnson 
jo-la Johnston 
danny karr 
carol kennedy 
darryl kinne 



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gale manning 
betty mansfield 
gabriele mazza 
robert b. macdonald 



robert mackichan 



dent mcgough 
elizabeth mckeen 



charles macneill 
robert meacham 
John middleton 



ola jane miller 
tink miller 
richard mills 



mike lamb 
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randy loney 
ernie mahaffey 



'illiam waters, music 





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James moore 
paulette morley 



sharon motes 
rod moyer 
willy neal 



■ichard neithamer, chemistry 



joe f. lowe, phys. ed. 



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patricia papps 



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jay pittner 
barbara poister 
roger poole 
don pooley 



John porter 
dan preston 
ann price 



bucky rees 


suzanne sellers 


avis rhodes 


William seman 


waiter sager 




gerry sandweiss 




anna schmidt 






jack senterfitt 
susan-anne shannon 
mary lu shepherd 
cheryl Sherman 
thom shuman 



alan w. carlsten, religion 



harry singletary 
bebe smith 
alyce spohn 
sandy stinette 
Charles stripling 



moira sullivan 
dwight tawney 
gail thiele 
sarah thomson 
ruth underwood 



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marie webb, campus volunteer 




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don whitcomb 
margaret whitworth 
Charles Wilson 
fred wilson 




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david withers 
James wood 
edith wright 
nancy young 





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meredith adams 



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joan allison 
pat altenbernd 



jim armstrong 
polly armstrong 
george atkinson 
kristi ayers 
jackie ballou 




anne brownlee 


dita Christie 


daniel chandler 


margaret dough 




langley collins 




Sharon cramer 




richard dabbs 






susan banks 
peggy barry 
andy beckenbach 
leila blair 
elizabeth bonner 





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pam dolhver 


margaret davis 


david eachus 


nancy dawson 




don dewhurst 




mary dickson 





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don eichelberger 
beverly fant 
david fenner 
robert ferguson 
lloyd fleck 
sandra fletcher 



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ronald geisman 




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beth grohman 
suzanne harding 
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penny hodge 





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Clyde hull 




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dinah Joyce 
nickie kauder 



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j. velma keen 
jo ann king 






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kris ludwigsen 






kathy markey 
ryan maxwell 
jack mcguire 
david mckee 
michele meares 



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vicki millard 



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mark moulthrop 
valerie murdock 
Stephen myers 
robert nay 



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alice nelson 






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nancy polk 
laura price 



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harold robinson 
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richard shivar 
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karen steward 
cindy strode 
phil taylor 
priscilla tello 




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earl whitlock 
julia whitman 
joe Williamson 
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son, john dawson, james francis, Stephanie gordon, harriette 
grissom, jim hall, jane henderson, ken jones, barbara kaylor, 
linda lash, anne murphy, Stephen myers, robert neal, elaine 
olson, laura pomeroy, sandra reid, calvin sayers, martin Schu- 
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carolyn buie, John callahan, keith campagna, jana sue carter, 
torn childers, connie davis, james donnelly, bruce emery, 
kirn farmer, marilyn godley, chuck harwood, susan hopkins, 
janice hunter, robert Johnson, pat justice, carol kincaid, 
dennis lathem, jere lykens, patricia lyons, richard mclarty, 
Jonathan marden, gail maston, robert myers, tim myers, torn 
myers, lucy ann pace, jim schietinger, Jill severson, donald 
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