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upon arrival here 

; we all perceived it: 

fear. 

/the unknown seemed to 

oppress us 

at every Opportunity. 

unfamiliar places 

and strange faces 

all conspired to create in us 

a longing for home, 

for friends and family, 

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the sonnetimes not so fleeting 

suspicion that the 

decision to come here 

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the germination 

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that a common bond 

or bondage 

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the sleepless nights 

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the beginning of our education 

when we began to cope 

with change 

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when it was 

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your first friend here? 

at lunch ... 

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who barely knew each other? 

chance and fortune 

work their change upon us, 

the former strangers 

now become fast friends. 



time now takes on 
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instead of being 
man-made measured beats 
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like years 

when thinking of a love 

back home, 

on some other campus 

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September days 
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to October 

and november days 

when hints of first frost 

work their charm 

upon the foliage 

reducing nature's spectrum 

to shades of brown 

gold 

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in varied ways 
december and January days 
all nature is in mourning 
and save for those 
who slip away 
to snowbound realms 
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winter's epitaph 

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when suddenly 

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spring pounces on us 

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summer. 

graduation 

separation time at hand 

a rush of memories 

surrounds us — 

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suddenly 

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a time for dissent 

a time for love 

of country 

loving it enough 

to work together 

to bring about 

meaningful, effective 

change , 

peacefully. 

freaks, f ratmen, rednecks 

lay aside the urge for label liable 

and march together for 

peace now 

and awaken the silent majority 

from their apathetic slumber. 



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war against hunger ... 

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war for decent shelter for our people 

war on unemployment 
war against hatred 

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with love 

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and compassion 

for our fellow man 

and 

our fellow american 

and then there shall be 

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the campus is not for killing — 

; let all who come here 

hurl nothing harsher than words 

for we're here to exchange ideas 

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i believe in god and senator dodd and keeping old castro down, 
and when it came my time to serve, i knew better dead than red; 
but when i got to my old draft board, buddy this is what i said: 

sarge - i'm only 18, got a ruptured spleen and i always carry a purse, 
i've got eyes like a bat and my feet are flat and my asthma's getting worse, 
consider my career, my sweetheart dear, and my poor old invalid aunt, 
besides i ain't no fool, i'm going to school, and i'm working in a defense plant. 

i've got a dislocated disc and a wracked-up back, i'm allergic to flowers and bugs, 
and when a bombshell hits, i get epileptic fits and I'm addicted to a thousand drugs, 
i've got the weakness woes, can't touch my toes, and i can hardly reach my knees, 
and if the enemy came close to me, i'd probably start to sneeze. 

i hate chou en-lai and i hope he dies; but one thing you've got to see. 
if someone has to go over there, that someone isn't me. 
so i wish you well, sarge, give 'em hell and kill me a thousand or so. 
and if you ever get a war without any gore, I'll be the first to go. 



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Shakespeare said 
the world's a stage 



and all themen and women 
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but this is inGompiete: 

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and each of us a star 

but more than that, 

; we also write bur scripts 

and film this great celestial joke — 

the camera is the mind 

and fantasy the footage upon which it is recorded — 

each rrian an editor 

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selecting what he wants to see — 

those things which please him and 

ignoring those that do not 



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we sometimes share 

bur shooting time and script 

with others who have 

similar editorial sentiments: 

these for whom we cast 

a sympathetic role 

we call our friends ,.: ;^' 

and lovers, , \^ ; . 

so that the plot 

does not at all times 

seem too serenely sweet 

we save space 

for those selected by us 

to serve as enemies, 

the villains of the piece. 

sometimes it all goes smoothly. 

occasionally inspiration lends 

a touch of genius J, r ; 

to our work 

and all too briefly separates 

our cinematic message 

from the multitude of others. 



there are times 

when the whole thing resembles 

a grade b script 

thoughtlessly cranked out, 

spliced together withcliches, 

seemingly designed 

to drive us wretching 

from our seats 

to demand our money back — 

if we could but find the ticket taker — 

sadly we realize 

we did not pay to get into the flick 

nor may we pay to leave it: 

we only pay while we are here, 

with pain, 

desperately trying to understand 

what its all about 

and hoping, 

hoping all in vain 

that we will have enough film left 

to put it all together 

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and the spirit was not dampened 

it rained 

don't let it rain on my parade 

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brother 

and social comment 
music and humor, 
homecoming is a happy time. 
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at times like these? 

it rained on all of us 
like death 
and joy 

and love 



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it rained, 

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welcome to 

the campfire of the wandering gitanos. 
the roving caravan of thieves, 
vagabounds, and minstrels had put aside 
its trickery to entertain the queen and 
her court, acro-gypsies was the 21st 
annual production of gymkana ... a 
series of shows which through the years 
have proven to be one of the highlights 
of the campus, the production was 
divided into three main parts: the 
internationally known gymnasts, 
talented coeds, and tallahassee's famous 
tumbling tots. 





acro-gypsies is the theme of the twenty-first production of gymkana. 




the "crowning" point of the evening 
1969. 



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the tallahassee tumbling tots show their exceptional talents once again. 



strength, agility, and poise are all characteristic of gymkana 
performers. 




gymkana court: front row: chris dietrick, ginger delong, de de sullivan, charia brackin, paula straton, marty peagler, 
mary gregory, mary fletcher; second row: mary bauer, gale walden, kathy cooper, jann van dusen, mary dark, linda 
cross, jeannine phipps, barbara poe; third row: carol castleberry, rosemary stone, darlene culler, barbara Wallace, 
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Christmas spirit 

pervaded the fsu campus, in the 
university union, decorations promoted 
the holiday atmosphere with lights and 
tinsel, caroling at the president's home, 
"secret pixie" visits, and tree trimming 
parties in the dorms were among the 
campus activities, another side of 
Christmas was displayed, as apo 
sponsored its annual white Christmas on 
landis green, the fifth annual madrigal 
Christmas dinner was complete with 
english customs, costumes, and 
minstrels, the traditional menu consisted 
of roast pig, plum pudding, and other 
english favorites. 



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was earth day. millions of people gather- 
ed on college and high school campuses 
all over the nation to learn about the 
deterioration of man's environment, but 
the ultimate goal of earth day, however, 
was for action, the success or failure of 
the event laid in the number of people 
who would continue after earth day to 
save the environment, "do not ask for 
whom the bell tolls; it tolls for thee" was 
the central theme of fsu's observation of 
earth day. students, faculty and mem- 
bers of the community gathered on 
landis green to discuss the environment, 
various booths were set up to distribute 
information on different environmental 
topics, birth control information was a- 
vailable at the population booth, while 
the dangers of air and water pollution 
were described at another, to portray the 
population explosion, a 20 to 30 foot 
"sardine can" was assembled, a person 
entered the can every 7 seconds and one 
was removed every 15 seconds to sym- 
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world today, seventeen motion pictures 
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march through the florida state campus 
Initiated fsu's observance of the Vietnam 
moratorium with about 3,000 members 
o f t h e u n i V e r s 1 1 y c o m m u n i t y 
participating, the march left landis green 
and wound through the campus, growing 
in size as students left their homes and 
dorms to join, headed by a black coffin 
borne by four students and flanked by 
students carrying small american flags, 
the marchers sang anti-war sdngs. the call 
for a moratorium was part of a 
nationwide effort to indicate the 
strength of anti-war feeling in amerjca to 
the nixon administration, over 600 
colleges and universities participated in 
their own moratorium day activities 
ranging from special religious services to 
the complete shut-down of many 
schools, the march was followed by an 
all-night vigil on landis green, throughout 
the 24-hour period, the names of the 
38,000 american dead in the Vietnam 
war were read, the next morning several 
faculty "teach-ins" were conducted on 
landis green, followed by panel 
discussions which covered six different 
aspects of the war. an interfaith religious 
service was held and a folk sing-in 
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courage. 

if it had to be said in 

one word 

it should be this: courage. 

courage to sacrifice 

to endure pain 

to accept responsibility 

courage to seek one's physical limit 

and work to extend that linnit 
to be satisfied with nothing less 
than the best effort 

courage to be humble in victory 
to share the rewards 
the plaudits 
and the knowledge that 
it was all together this day 

courage 

to try to understand it 

to analyze what brought it about 

to resolve to work to prevent it 

for no one likes defeat 

yet everyone must know it 

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courage to go on 

to demand of one's self 

the courage to have courage ... 

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fsu coaching staff: front row: dan henning, bud whitehead, bill peterson, bobby jackson, sam elliot; second row: lindsey hughes, possum lee, 
al conover, bob harbison, gary wyant. 





bill peterson 
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the coaching 

staff plays an essential part in helping to 
produce a winning football team, this 
year coach pete, in his ninth year at fsu, 
was fortunate enough to be aided by 
several assistant coaches, each of whom 
contributed much to the seminole's 
6-3-1 season, and, off the field, the 
coaches were equally as enthu^iastic'this 
year, led by athletic director vaughn 
mancha and the athletic board, their 
energies were spent trying to encourage a 
doubtful administration and an unwilling 
student body to permit the allocation of 
eight dollars pef student per quarter to 
intercollegiate athletics, another major 
endeavor was to work for fsu's 
admittance into the southeastern 
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athletic director 



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sports information director 



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the 1969 seminoles: front row: abraira, ashmore, bass, carrell, g. davis, gildea, glisson, gridley, guthrie, lowe, magalski, roatche, thomas, 
warren, barnes, stupakis; second row: burt, dawson, hall, lanahan, lohse, maynard, j. montgomery, munroe, pederson, pell, rainey, ratliff, 
rust, sammons, whigham, white; third row: bailey, beville, dees, essex, gilman, hughes, jarrett, Johnson, Johnston, logan, mceachern. 



1969 seminoles 

1969 results (6-3-1) 

opponent fsu opp 

Wichita state (h) 24 

mianni (a) 16 14 

florida (a) 6 21 

tulsa (a) 38 20 

mississippi state (h) 20 17 

south Carolina (h) 34 9 

Virginia tech (a) 10 10 

memphis state (h) 26 28 

n.c. state (h) 33 22 

houston (a) 13 41 




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mckinnie, g. montgomery, barry rice, beryl rice, siiaw, Strickland, strickler, tyson; fourth row: amman, cappleman, Cheshire, churchin, e. 
davis, gaydos, glass, gray, minor, mitchell, rimby, sowers, spence.speer, stokes, vohun, walker, Wallace, whitehurst, zaffran. 





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senior year - 

the end of the road or the start of a new 
one . . . professional ball, it's something 
special to them — undefined, but special, 
the last homecoming — the last home 
game — and finally the last game — a 
sudden realization that for some there 
isn't another season, another game, 
another practice, blood, sweat, and tears 
. . . time and effort . . . poured forth 
unselfishly ... for some there was the 
big play — cappleman's record breaking 
sfeason, abraira's 92 yard punt return on 
national tv, vohun's 22 yard td 
interception runback and the penalty for 
running off of the field with the ball, 
guthrie's toe, saving the game more than 
once — a good year, but not a great year 
— post season disappointment — some 

say, "wait until next year" for the 

seniors there is no next year. 




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offensive guard 



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defensive back 




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place kicker 




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offensive tackle 



tommy warren 

quarterback 




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bill cappleman 

quarterback 



wayne Johnson 

offensive tackle 




John pell 

defensive back 




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fullback 



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duke Johnston 

defensive tackle 




randy logan 

offensive guard 



frank vohun 

defensive tackle 



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for the first 

time in four years, tne florida state 
football team was absent from the 
post-season bowl picture. fighting 
through a rough schedule, the seminole 
gridders finished the season with a 6-3-1 
season, tribe signal caller bill cappleman 
finished his career among the top five in 
the nation in passing offense for the '69 
season with 2,467 yards, he also took 
the fsu career title with 4,877 yards in 
two seasons as starting quarterback. 

the first game 

of the season was held in the mud of 
Campbell stadium as the seminoles easily 
outswam the wichita state shockers 24-0 
in a steady downpour, on to miami the 
following weekend, the seminoles took 
on down-state rival university of miami 
before 55,000 fans in the orange bowl, 
the talented toe of grant guthrie saved 
the day when he kicked three 
tri-pointers, one for 53 yards and a 
florida state record, a cappleman to 
gaydos touchdown pass rounded out the 
tribe scoring as the seminoles edged out 
the hurricanes 16-14. 





a tough 



defense and an unstoppable passing 
combination were all the gators needed 
in the mud of florida field to beat the 
seminoles 21-6. cappleman was harrassed 
all afternoon by the gators' defensive 
line and was able to connect for only 
one tally, the florida combination of 
quarterback John reaves to all-america 
flanker carlos alvarez picked the tribe 
defense to pieces, the seminoles bounced 
back the following weekend as fsu 
hounded the university of tulsa 38-20 on 
the losers' home field, back in campbell 
stadium, the tribesmen barely got by a 
surprisingly tough mississippi state team 
20-17 before meeting south Carolina the 
following weekend for homecoming, the 
seminoles awoke with a roar as they ran 
the peach bowl-bound gamecocks out of 
tallahassee by a score of 34-9. 




the gobbler 

jinx struck again as the tribesmen found 
themselves knotted with Virginia tech 
10-10 at the end of a cold and windy 
afternoon in blacksburg. grant guthrie 
gained the tie with his tremendous 
52-yard field goal, with several bowl 
scouts in attendance, the seminoles 
wanted to be at their best, but their best 
wasn't enough, however, as the tribe fell 
to a bowl hungry memphis state squad 
28-26 in campbell stadium, key 
interceptions and fumble recoveries by 
the tigers knocked the 'noles out of the 
bowl picture for the year. 



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torn bailey racks up more yardage against soutii Carolina which helps insure the seminoles' homecoming victory. 



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one of the greatest quarterbacks to play football at florida state, bill cappleman, throws another touchdown pass. 



appearing 

on regional television from tallahassee, 
the seminoles put on a good show for 
the viewers with a convincing 33-22 win 
over north Carolina state, smarting from 
their 40-20 loss from the seminoles at 
the end of the previous season, the 
houston cougars put it to the 'noles in 
the astrodome 41-13. fsu was trailing by 
31-7 at the half, but injuries to magalski 
and bailey slowed and narrowed the 
Seminole attack as the cougars made the 
tribe's final note of the season a sour 
one. 



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f lorida state's ken gaydos grabs this pass against the wolf pack. 




fond memories of some of the best swimming matches in fsu's 
football history. 




seminoles crawl over the goal line for a td against north Carolina state. 



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majorettes: front row: susan romine, kitty bryon, robbie story, sandy phillips, kathy 
knox, Julie bartel, mary lynn hendrickson; second row: karyn riley, barbara knox, 
sandy Winchester, kathy riley, teresa koates, linda stotell, julie becton. 




pride in fsu 

has always been reinforced by the 
performances of the marching chiefs, 
spending countless hours in drill and 
preparation on the bandfield, they never 
failed to put forth a beautiful and 
precise half-time performance, mr. 
robert braunagel continued to direct the 
chiefs this year and was ably assisted by 
herschel beazley, who served his second 
term as drum major, seminole fans saw 
much creativity in the half-time shows 
this year, homecoming featured a "those 
were the years" theme, beginning from 
the days of fscw and continuing to the 
present, the grand finale included a 
peace symbol, "let the sunshine in", and 
a sequence from "hair". John boda wrote 
another of the chief's half-time shows, 
entitled band ballet no. 2. others 
performed were the 2001 show and 
selections of music from the blood, 
sweat, and tears. 



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quiet. 

the play begins. 

"hold that line." 
an ancient anguished cadence 
conjures anger, love, and honor. 

"push 'em back, push 'em back 
way back." 

"scream for the team" 
scream for the team 
listen, 
look. 

the frenzied whirl 
of a gold 'n garnet girl 
sight 

sound 

emotion 
emotion 

sound 
sight 

cheerleaders, cheerleaders 
fight, fight, fight, 
cheerleaders, cheerleaders 
rah 

rah 

rah 
have you got that spirit? 




cheerleaders: front row: gail andrews, james parrish, jann 
berry, bill reilly; second row: charlotte baker, bill travers, 
karen jaiko, rich chichetti; third row: cherry reynolds, will 
law, lynn owens, zan tracy. 



playing the 

roughest schedule in seminole history, 
the varsity basketball team went on to 
its best record in fsu basketball history 
and gained national ranking in the ap 
and upi wire polls, the cagers finished 
the season with a 23-3 record and ranked 
as high as ninth in the nation during the 
season, the seminoles finished eleventh 
in both polls, led by such outstanding 
seniors as dave covvens and willie 
Williams, the tribe went on to defeat 
such powers as Oregon, louisville, army, 
dayton and gave second-ranked Jackson- 
ville university one of its two losses for 
the season in an 89-83 tully gym thriller, 
fsu's three losses came at the hands of 
nationally ranked north Carolina, 
southern California and an 85-81 loss to 
the dolphins in the Jacksonville coliseum. 




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basketball 




1970 basketball team: front row: skip young, ron harris, ken macklin, randy cable, carl reynolds, ray glover, John burt; second row: coach 
bill clendinen, roland garrett, willie Williams, dave cowens, jinn gosink, dave macomber, jan gies, vernell ellzy, coach hugh durham. 



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1969-70 results (23-3) 



opponent 


fsu 


opp 


Oregon state (h) 


69 


68 


Oregon (h) 


100 


84 


rollins (a) 


107 


86 


north Carolina (a) 


75 


86 


georgetown (h) 


98 


65 


louisville (h) 


79 


69 


texas (h) 


82 


61 


army (a) 


86 


51 


florida (a) 


88 


63 


pepperdine (a) 


121 


83 


southern California (a) 


58 


71 


arizona (a) 


87 


78 


miami (h) 


104 


63 


tulane (a) 


82 


77 


clemson (h) 


122 


80 


georgia tech (a) 


89 


83 


Jacksonville (h) 


89 


83 


Virginia tech (h) 


83 


73 


kent state (a) 


80 


79 


dayton (a) 


82 


76 


florida southern (h) 


98 


74 


tulane (h) 


122 


77 


Jacksonville (a) 


81 


85 


georgia tech (h) 


97 


80 


stetson (a) 


94 


64 


miami (a) 


112 


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1969-70 soccer club: front row: d. ferreira, a. masri, e. ergoz, d. petty, r. champ, p. rapp, p. kerr; second row: s. mosely, f. motes, e. 
hausman, d. palmer, b. fisk, b. morris, t. faust, d. bullard, m. lozano, p. kurtnetzoff, b. smith, z. edge. 



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swimming 



1970 results (6-3) 



opponent 


fsu 


opp 


evansville 


62 


48 


georgia 


58 


51 


florida 


52 


61 


south Carolina 


63 


50 


east Carolina 


72 


41 


north Carolina state 


51 


62 


north Carolina 


71 


42 


florida 


42 


70 


tulane 


64 


49 




1969-70 swimming squad: front row: m. Jenkins, b. cole, h. acosta, k. vonroenn, s. connell, d. bonn, r. russell, p. boggs, c. miltenberger; 
second row: I. plank, t. gest, I. eisinger, j. wiggins, d. smarinsky, m. larmoyeux, g. thomas, e. anderson, t. maxhimer; third row: m. price, j. 
vining, n. loges, m. nniddleton, m. seelie, I. harrison, e. greene, m. fitzpatrick, r. tackles, s. compton, b. stults; fourth row: g. heller, g. norris, 
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dick nichols, the seminole second baseman, rounds first 
base and prepares to steal his 20th base of the season, 
auburn's second sacker catches him offguard and nichols 
is picked off, but he successfully steals second base later 
in the game. 



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opponent fsu 

union university 5 

union university 6 

st. leo college 6 

St. leo college 5 

florida southern 1 

miami 10 

michigan state 5 

miami 8 

stetson 1 

bowling green 17 

new york university 6 

rider college 8 

new york university 4 

southern Illinois 6 

north Carolina 15 

north Carolina 5 

north Carolina 3 

Illinois 5 

maryland 6 

holy cross 11 

illinois 10 

holy cross 3 

maryland 4 

auburn 10 

auburn 3 

south alabama 8 

south alabama 4 

south alabama 11 



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2 
1 
4 

1 
6 
3 

8 
1 
1 
2 
1 
6 
4 
2 
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2 
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opponent 

south florida 

south florida 

St. leo college 

florida southern 

south alabama 

south alabama 

south alabanna 

georgia southern 

georgia southern 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

miami 

miami 

florida 

florida 

georgia southern 

georgia southern 

auburn 

auburn 

florida 

florida 

florida 

east Carolina 

nnaryland 

mississippi state 



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9 
3 
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12 
8 
4 
9 

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1 
4 
8 
1 
5 
7 
3 
1 
9 
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10 
5 



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5 
2 
5 
4 
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4 
2 
3 
5 
3 
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4 

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1970 baseball team: front row: g. gromek, d. nichols, d. grimes, r. flake, g. ammann, r. moss, g. zera, t. porter; second row: j. keith, I. cox, r. 
cash, g. schnute, p. osburn, j. grubb, d. harbaugh, c. gromek, j. stallings; third row: d. roatche, m. vasquez, d. kasimier, a. Cleveland, j. 
scheller, m. slade, m. scarce, h. saferight. 



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cross country 



1970 results (4-1) 






opponent 


fsu 


opp 


south florida 


28 


29 


auburn 


17 


39 


south florida 


25 


30 


florida 


36 


23 


georgia tech 


24 


31 


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1970 cross country team: coach dick roberts, del ramers, ken misner, george kaiser, eddie 
terry, jack castner. 



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wrestling 




l.j. Jackson 

2. I. worthington 

3. p. cooney 

4. b. harold 

5. r. wagnor 



6. e. dunley 

7. j. teideberg 

8. h. Ireland 

9. k.hart 

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the record 

of the fsu gymnastics team is one of the 
great athletic traditions in the united 
states. 56 team championships have been 
won including 5 national team 
championships, sixteen members have 
won reputations as Olympic team 
members or as individual national 
champions, this phenomenal record was 
curtailed when the athletic department 
dropped gymnastics as an intercollegiate 
sport in may, 1960. however, gymkana 
has continued with varsity competition 
on a regional basis, a women's 
gymnastics team has also been added to 
the program. 




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1970 women's gymnastics team: gail sontgerath, gay thompson, sandy 
philips, susan liill, cindy bartin, susan jones. 




1970 men's gymnastics team: steve kauffman, liank taylor, stave tarver, arthur hineman, david king, karl bishop, 
doug lemond, steve musielak, bob white. 





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1970 results 

meet fsu 

tenn. & wstn. kentucky 3rd place 

Jesuit invitational 1st place 

coliseum relays 1st place 

gulf coast five-way meet 2nd place 

auburn 1st place 

alabama 1st place 

florida 1st place 

tennessee 2nd place 

southern illinois 1st place 

florida a&m 1st place 




1970 track team: front row: r. lesley, e. mcmillan , j. cofer, j. broun, g. kaufman, a. landis, b. waxman, b. weber, j. young; second row: g. 
kaiser, b. smith, r. stow, d. brown, b. jackson, r. gentry, f. drew, b. piccirilli, d. ramers, k. misner, h. illsley, d. pepper, j. fuss, p. sepulveda, d. 
roberts; third row: m. long, m. link, s. garland, d. fuchs, j. rowe, s. oulman, g. frank, j. castner, j. sauers, r. peterson, p. barrett, r. dunn, j. 
dobson, j. snyder, c. crowder, c. galloway, s. wright, d. wagner. 



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1970 golf team: front row: dick stevens, jim barber, mike cheek, mark alwin, bobby huber; second row: coach scott fletcher, vie gavalas, 
andy thompson, jim keedy, John calabria, Sydney gahlson. 



golf 



1970 results ' 

meet fsu 

florida intercollegiate 1st place 

miami invitational 2nd place 

cape coral invitational 1st place 

Seminole invitational 1st place 

houston all-america 3rd place 

fsu, auburn & fla. a&m 1st place 

Calloway gardens 1st place 




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1970 results 

meet fsu 

ymca nationals 1st place 

fla. state promotionals 1st place 

baton rouge open 1st place 

fsu developmental 1st place 

s.e. aau championships 1st place 

estn. collegiate championships.. 1st place 
ntl. collegiate championships ••• 4th place 

gasparilla tournament 1st place 

fla. state promotional 1st place 




judo club: barry haber, edsel poole, bill curnutte, david frisby, steve masterson, John ross, rick potrekas, lee webber, terry keller. 



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HBS 



1970 results (18-9) 

opponent v fsu 

mississippi state 3 

l.s.u. 6 

pan american 1 

georgia southern 8 

Houston 1 

furman 8 

florida 6 
presbyterian college 5 

georgia 5 

middle tennessee 9 

northwestern 8 

northwestern 7 

calvin college 8 

north Carolina 3 

Illinois 5 

miami ~ 

georgia 1 

georgia tech 6 

columbus college 6 

florida 

tampa 9 

rollins 4 

south florida 9 

miami 

Jacksonville 9 

florida a&m 5 

columbus college 5 



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3 
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1970 tennis team: front row: bob marcher, randy jobson, al procopio; second 
row: scott bristol, herb rapp, John de zeeuw, dave danielson. 



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at times 
not as effective 
as they should°be. 

we have the right 

to alter such conditions. 

however, 

to secure alterations 

requires involvement 

and participation. 



how many of us see it as our duty to so do? 



a coalition 

party, the independent student party, 
wrested major positions from the 
incumbent action party in the largest 
turnover ever for student government 
elections, action party, which had held 
most of the major offices since its 
formation four years ago, was challenged 
by two new parties, isp and the now 
party, in addition, the worthingtonian 
party added humor to the campaign with 
its less serious approach to the elections, 
the candidates for student government 
president were chuck sherman, isp; 
wayne rubinas, action; rock leveille, 
now; and rick eyerdam, worthingtonian 
party, although the main issues included 
more adequate student representation, 
women's rights, controversy over 
dormitory funds and regulations, 
distribution of finances, block seating, 
and student participation in initiating 
courses, the deciding factor seemed to be 
the student dissatisfaction with the 
incumbent party's inaction, as a result of 
the large election turnout — despite long 
lines and cold weather — the slight 
margin of votes necessitated a runoff for 
almost all offices. 



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the highlight 

of the runoff was the disappearance of 
that morning's flambeaus, which carried 
now party's endorsement of isp's 
candidates, by the end of the day action, 
isp, now and many others had all been 
accused of absconding with the papers 
for various reasons, when the final count 
came in isp — a coalition of dorm 
residents, off campus residents, blacks, 
greeks, scholarship house residents, 
married students and others who had 
not previously been very involved in 
campus politics — had defeated the 
incumbent greek-oriented party, winning 
almost all offices on the slate. 



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action party candidate, wayne rubinas, campaigns 
during the runoffs. 





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Sherman after his election. 



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conscious of 

its responsibility to represent and serve 
students, fsu's student government made 
expansive gains this year, no longer a 
passive organization, it has become a 
force to be reckoned with, no other year 
has seen a stronger student voice in the 
decision-making process. closer 
cooperation with the board of regents 
and student governments from other 
universities throughout the state has 
strengthened the base from which a 
responsible student government is 
derived, constant efforts to serve the 
entire fsu community resulted in many 
"firsts"; one of major importance was 
the academic appeals board which offers 
redress for any student to contest a 
grade he feels he received unjustly. 




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president of the student body 



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wayne rubinas is aided by anne johnson in reading the names of the american war dead in Vietnam during the October moratorium. 



the legal aid 

officer, another "first ', provided free 
legal advice to all fsu students, 
possibilities for a rathskeller became 
more imminent and women's rules were 
relaxed considerably. active 
communication with constituents 
became a reality, visitations to the 
residence areas, extensive use of the 
flambeau and five months of weekly 
television programs were all used to keep 
the students informed. student 
government also showed evidence that it 
is no longer a society of the elite, 
emphasizing its motto "to communicate 
is the beginning of understanding", a 
serious attempt was made to involve as 
many students as were interested in the 
decision-making process. student 
participation on committees swelled and 
the enthusiasm of becoming involved is 
student government soared, it was a very 
progressive and productive year. 





wayne rubinas 

vice president of the student body 



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cabinet 




Ijnda coburger 
women's vice president 




Charles banks 

men's vice president 



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anna marie howard 
secretary of communications 



rock leveille 

secretary of state 





jim sewell 

secretary of the union 



bill harris 

commissioner of elections 



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doug lawton 

executive assistant 



debbie hasselo 

secretary of internal affairs 




matt Johnson 

solicitor general 



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anne Johnson 

comptroller 



ken davis 
public defender 





Steve reilly 

secretary of academic affairs 



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secretary of junior college affairs 



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student senate 

the active pulse beat of student govern- 
ment, was more diverse this year than 
ever before, factions representing every 
segment of the student body came to- 
gether to discuss the problems of stud- 
ents, in particular, a larger representation 
of more liberal-minded attitudes pumped 
vigorous new blood into the senate, one 
major accomplishment of this body was 
the allocation of the student activities 
budget, totalling nearly two million dol- 
lars, the senators spent many hours 
studying the numerous individual budget 
requests and gave of their time at several 
special senate sessions, also, an appro- 
priation of funds for involvement in no- 
vember's moratorium, although defeat- 
ed, was a healthy indication that student 
senate was willing to become involved in 
any controversial issue that might affect 
students, student senate has come far in 
its attempt to represent all areas of the 
student body, hopefully, this trend will 
continue, for student senate will remain 
a vital force in student government only 
as long as it represents all of the students 
at fsu. 





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belinda oren clerk 

Steve buchanan associate justice 

david hurley associate justice 

rick eyerdam associate justice 

susan gore associate justice 

rayna hall associate justice 

linda hazelton associate justice 

herbert traxler associate justice 

paula watts associate justice 



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frank amatea chief justice 

michael moss clerk 

victor elion associate justice 

diane zook associate justice 

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ken davis chief justice 

debbie middlebrooks clerk 

roger messer associate justice 

alex miller associate justice 

paul magalian bailiff 





fighting for 

retention of legislative power was the 
major concern of the association of 
women students during the early part of 
the year, after student senate passed a 
bill abolishing the legislative rights of 
aws, women students campaigned 
effectively and succeeded in defeating 
the proposed amendment in fall 
elections, although aws made changes in 
rules concerning women students, it also 
sponsored educational programs for men 
and women students, despite the defeat 
of the senate amendment, aws lost its 
legislative powers at the end of the third 
quarter when they were declared 
unconstitutional by the supreme court 
on the basis that it was discriminating 
among the students. 



women's vice president, mary mcinerny, addresses the members of aws. 






association of women students: front row: linda coburger, elaine holmes, anna bryant, susan schowalter, peggy hails, ann phillips, barbara 
wegman, mary caine; second row: debbie wright, liz townsend, suzanne manning, carol winkelhake, karen hodge, paulette moe, harriet 
Packard, lana smith, Caroline harrell, kathie caughlin, woody woodward. 

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gilchrist hall junior counselors: front row: bobbie beals, susan dixon, diane vallella; second row: inge haavind, sue morris, glenda haas, 
nancy millen, sharon alexander, millie fernandez, diedre hornbrook, marita mckeehan. 













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dorman hall junior counselors: meg brady, marina fulner, roseanne vasquez, ellen quigley, 
anne lathrop. 



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Jennie murphree hall junior counselors: martha hoag, bev baer, karen jaiko, carolyn cooper, pat king, evan george, linda taylor, marcia 
ready, ann rentschler, carol macarthur, rosemary smith, tita bliss, suzanne Williams, Cheryl Wallace, pam coggin. 



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broward hall junior counselors: front row: mary alice pignato, sandra thomas, 
maria tsacrious, peggy webb; second row: sharon langley, linda zoghby, tally 
kenyon, debbie pearson, lorraine dementi, louise ritz. 




reynolds hall junior counselors: front row: judy reigle, elaine ivey, sally arnold, 
woodie woodward, nancy harris, peggy edwards, Janice rice, linda webb; second 
row: ediyne boykin, ellen adkins, sandy phillips, margie day, Jackie deramo,geri 
Jackson, judy belser, ina meyer. 



when the 

freshman girls arrived on campus this 
year, they faced the new and rather 
frightening responsibility of being on 
their own. the girls who were there to 
help them over the rough spots were the 
junior counselors, giving of their time 
and experience, the jc's helped in many 
areas such as setting up governmental 
structures within the dormitories, they 
also played a vital role in aiding the new 
freshman girls socially by answering 
questions, giving advice, and just being 
available, on a campus the size of florida 
state university, it was a welcome 
thought for the younger girls to know 
that at least somebody cared, and the 
jc's did care, without them, few 
freshman girls would have handled their 
new way of life as wisely or as 
beneficially as they did. 



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junior counselors 




landis hall junior counselors: front row: sandy grand, cookie 
hamilton, susan day; second row: liz Jones, mary robie, Jennifer 
Jordan, sue adkins. 










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cawthon hall junior counselors; front row. anna schnetzer, shirley 
denton, paula watts; second row: linda baker, patty burns, cheri 
aliemand. 




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gilchrist hall officers: Janice rapp, patty hensler, betsy loescher, treasurer, sharon alexander, president, browning brooks, martha wynn, vice 
president, connie turner, marilee jugeler, cindy wozinak, barbara burk, secretary. 





dorm 
officers 



land is hall officers: cookie hamilton, 1st vice president, liz jones, president, Jackie fincher, 2nd vice 
president. 



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dorm officers 




magnolia hall officers: barbara smith, susan marsh, marilyn smith, kathy alien, susan potter, president, michele gaughn, 
treasurer, chris scaizo, secretary, June moyer, vicki sonnenblick. 




murphree hall officers: ann rentschler, vice president, pat king, president, lydia 
II, vice president. 




deviney hall officers: debbie hauseman, vice president, 
elizabeth blake, treasurer, Virginia golden, president, 
Carolyn chambers, secretary. 



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broward hall officers: gay sipzer, treasurer, sharon langley, president, ellen heritage, secretary. 



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reynolds hall officers: jackie deramo, president, cindy 
hagerman, vice president, michele ashdown, vice 
president. 




dorman hall officers: ellen hoadley, president, sandi montgomery, 
vice president, Christine bruton, cathy campbell, bobby barksdale. 



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scholarship house 
presidents 





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debbie holt 



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Patricia strobel 



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dale watson 



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diana kane 



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franklin watson 
selby II 



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the union 

board has accomplished much this year 
in furthering the development of the 
university and the union, under the 
direction of paul durrett, university 
union director, and in cooperation with 
the student-oriented union board headed 
by david fuller, the union has handled 
many new projects and affairs, it has 
completed and approved both the house 
rules and the constitution, a planning 
organization for the rathskeller has also 
been organized. in the athletic 
department, new pool facilities have 
been approved and an agreement has 
been made with the athletics and 
physical education departments 
regarding the pool and bowling lanes. 





"apathy rising from a bench" is presented to the union by two 
delegates from the worthingtonian party. 






the laureneke art show was one of many presented in the union walkway 
during the school year. 




union board: dr. francis cannon, jinn sewell, david fuller, steve scholl, sheila snow, mr. paul durrett, university union director. 



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program council staff: mrs. linda moffett, mrs. doris cantey, mr. logan birdsong, mrs. Iloryn swan. 




John sack 




program council: front row: steve white, geni everett; second row: colman 
rutkin, susan Cunningham, sue jeffers. 




program council officers: joe savage, treasurer, sheila snow, program council 
speaker, kathy mccann, secretary. 



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adam Clayton powell 
grand funk railroad 



coordinating 

programs and events to meet the needs 
of the university community was the 
prime objective of the program council, 
which consists of the union committee 
chairmen, as a result of the council's 
willingness to work for the students, the 
grand funk railroad, pat paulsen, blood, 
sweat and tears, the lettermen and others 
were able to perform on the florida state 
campus, the human rights symposium, 
held in february, included adam clayton 
powell, John sack, and ralph nader as 
speakers, other activities headed by the 
council were dances, swimming and 
tennis lessons, teas for the foreign 
exchange students, a bridal fair, canoe 
trips, and a trip to nassau. 






board of student publications: dr. francis n. millet, karen schadow, bill Johnson, bruce ieinbeck, j. scott 
byrd, judy morrow. 





betty humphris 

secretary 



bill Johnson 

bosp chairman 



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June fallin 

secretary 



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policy changes were determined by the 
board concerning student publications in 
the past year, since the censorship 
controversy of two years ago, the board 
of student publications has retired into 
the background of publication 
administration although students have 
acquired an active voice on the board, 
during the course of the year, 
particularly at election time, some 
questions were raised concerning the 
effectiveness of the board, the basic 
responsibilities of the board continued 
to be the hiring of editors, supervising 
operation of the production labs, and 
administering the money allocated by 
student government for publication 
purposes. 









president marshall talks with the flambeau's editor, sam miller, during a visit to the student publications offices. 



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emphasis on 

the individual as an integral part of the 
university reflected the new concept and 
form of florida state's yearbook, as a 
part of the nationwide trend, the tally 
ho became less formalized than the 
stereotyped issues of previous years, this 
broader scope gave the editors and staff 
the opportunity to take a more creative 
and meaningful approach to production 
of the book, the staff combined hard 
work, talent, and long hours to publish a 
yearbook that would be relevant to the 
rapidly changing university community. 







donna wiehaus 

editor-in-chief 




ava eng 

managing editor 



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margie dees and sandy binder 

staff and features editor 











jean retzke 

associate editor, quarters I and II 



sue brown 

associate editor, quarter II 



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barbara harvey, janet segal, and anne mcchesney 

academics co-editor, staff, and academics co-editor 




arthur schoeck 

organizations editor 



mike mcfarland 
greeks co-editor 




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tricia francis 
student affairs editor 




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bJllie reed 

greeks co-editor 







Cindy day 

classes editor 



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flambeau style 

was in a period of transition last year 
with innovation the key word, the 
traditional concepts of collegiate press 
had been changing during the sixties and 
the flannbeau reflected the shifts in ideas, 
big pictures and big copy with several 
different style name plates highlighted 
the changes, several special editions, 
including an election summary, offered 
variety to the daily menu provided by 
editor sam miller and his staff. 



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editor-in-chief 




tom henderson 

news editor 




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sheila snow 

associate sports editor 






chuck moore 

associate editor 



ron scoggins 

sports editor 




gary smith 

managing editor 



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associate editor 



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associate editor, quarter i 




gary morgan 

special writer 







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jack abstein 

special writer 




terry godbold 

sports writer 




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staff 



dave snyder 
special writer 





sandy shartzer 

special writer 



kirn rogers 

staff 



david morrill 
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dale friedly 
sports writer 



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drennen browne 

art layout editor 




mallory pasco 

prose editor 










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curt butler 
poetry editor 




katie colburn 

secretary 



this is a legend. 

the legend is a literary magazine. 

say litter-ary; ary as in mary, 

mag; as in mag wheels, azine; 

as in "make the scene." 

the legend has nasty old poems in it. 

the legend has big words in it. 

sometimes the legend has 

nasty old words in it. 

have you read the legend? 

have you read anything? 

why not start with the legend? 

you too can be literary (as in mary). 

don't you think, 

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only two 



issues of the smoke signals were 
published this year as the publication 
again ran into difficulties, the main 
selling point of the first issue seemed to 
be the body-painted nude on the cover 
which sold one thousand copies on the 
first day. working with a very small staff, 
editor michael jegart put out the second 
issue of the humor magazine during 
winter quarter, for a variety of reasons, a 
third edition was never published. 




smoke signals staff: nina young, jon owen, tina slaney, michael jegart, editor quarter II, joe b. 
Johnson. 



smoke signals staff: 1. nina young; 2. candy 
cutler; 3. roger hanlon; 4. bob naylor, art 
editor; 5. norman asmar; 6. fred troxel, 
editor; 7. jon owen, feature editor; 8. tina 
slaney; 9. dow hammond; 10. bill wilson. 

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assistant production coordinator 



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varitypist 



susan turner 

typist 



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larry ewing 

production coordinator 





jack levins 

duplicating operator 



John richey 

production assistant 



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'^next week 

we're going to get caught up!" was a cry 
often heard in the photographers' office, 
head photographer mike pruitt was 
plagued with a shrinking staff, cramped 
production space and inadequate 
equipment while working for four 
student publications, nevertheless, the 
photography staff managed to be in odd 
places at odd times to capture on film 
not only the activities at fsu but the 
character of the institution's students. 




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business staff 





Joanne brandt 
business staff 



kaye broaddus 
business manager 





sally millward 

business staff 



bruce robertson 

assistant business manager 



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advertising staff 



advertising staff : jim efstathion, salesman, diana glenn, salesman, mike tufarella, 
manager, joel ohisen, salesman. 





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dr. conrad e. tanzy president 

dr. robley j. light vice president 

mrs. katherine h. hoffman secretary 

dr. raymond c. staley treasurer 

dr. daisy parker historian 



leonard adelman 
mary b. alfriend 
benjamin h. alien 
mrs. richard arellano 
kristine atkinson 
deborah baker 
susan g. barnes 
kenneth barwick 
ramona c. beard 
dorothy bennett 
James birchf ield 
homer a. black 
lois h. boggs 
richard boggy 
anne booth 
John p. booth 
daniel borasch 
leonard bower 
meg v. brady 
margaret braswell 
ruth breen 
thomas f. bridgland 
Jeanne d. brock 
reno w. bupp 
grace e. cairns 
doak s. Campbell 
margaret v. Campbell 
nancy campbell 
thomas m. campbell 
John j. carey 
susan carey 
John carrigan 
candace casseaux 
John e. champion 
karen chason 

gregory choppin 
robert g. clapp 
Christina Clarke 
Joseph conard 
kathleen converse 
richard g. cornel! 
dorothy g. cramer 
cynthia crawford 
susan curran 
karin daniels 
elias dann 
Caroline dean 
graydon I. deland 
elizabeth dillard 
diana dills 
dorothy dodd 
norman dodi 
John duffield 
thomas dye 
mary j. eaves 
John edwardson 



luis escajeda 
trances exam 
richard farrell 
sara b. fein 
david e. fields 
roy s. flatt 
kathleen francis 
george w. frank 
mark freshw/ater 
earl frieden 
martha futch 
edwin s. gaustad 
philip gearing 
Sharon s. gibbs 
John c. gille 
kay h. goelzer 
david w. goetschius 
dwight b. goodner 
viola graham 
James j. grant 
Cordelia gray 
Joseph h. grosslight 
Jeanne gruber 
herman gunter, sr. 
paul g. halpern 
linda hamilton 
margaret hampton 
John a. hann 
William j. hannon 
orville g. harrold 
mary hatton 
marion j. hay 
henry g. healy 
mark s. heerema 
karl hein 
Wilson h. herrod 
Werner herz 
george e. hill 
mrs. louis hill 
John r. hills 
katherine h. hoffman 
linda holdener 
John w. holley 
irma horn 
Joseph horn 
delma hughes 
mrs. richard husband 
Pamela w. ierna 
lucretia ilsley 
joan Johnson 
herbert w. jones 
Janet Julian 
helen kaczetow 
nell kannwischer 
michael kasha 
winthrop n. kellogg 
jack e. kelly 



Jacob d. kimel, jr. 

mason ladd 

laurence lahiff 

teddy lane 

bruce lauer 

John d. lee 

John e. leffler 

lucille lehmann 

lester levine 

robley j. light 

richard lindstrand 

William h. long 

kern lunsford 

anthony mancuso 

Stuart mandel 

sheryl manley 

martin k. marsh, jr. 

Patricia y. martin 

gene mcburnett 

ralph d. mcwilliams 

robert j. menzies 

James mercer 

Jerome mercer 

Caroline miller 

mary miner 

wayne c. minnick 

elizabeth moore 

barbara naeseth 

mrs. johnny m. narkinsky 

jerard naylor 

marita neel 

kim norton 

arthur e. nudelman 

victor r. oelschlager 

allan h. orrick 

John Osmond 

melda w. page 

daisy parker 

mary f . parmenter 

donald peeples 

Claude pepper 

carol podworny 

kathryn rayburn 

erica rayner 

russell reaver 

billie reed 

eleanor e. reynolds 

mary e. roberts 

William h. rogers 

beverly ross 

emile b. roth 

martin a. schwartz 

Carolyn shafer 

linda sharkey 

venila I. shores 

robert b. short 

carl d. sikkema 



david skinner 
j.r. skretting 
estellie smith 
nancy w. smith 
robert f. smith 
walton p. smith 
mary j. smythe 
irvin sobel 
betty sowers 
elizabeth spencer 
raymond r. spencer 
robert a. spivey 
sara k. srygley 
raymond c. staley 
sarah stapleton 
kathryn steffenson 
paul strait 
nancy j. sullivan 
Charles w. swain 
richard Sylvester 
Joseph tafton 
conrad e. tanzy 
elwyn thomas 
lynette thompson 
mrs. Vincent thursby 
ray tipton 
Sharon titus 
lyman d. toulmin 
anna tracy 
edward urban 
Patricia vance 
burke g. vanderhill 
John s. vanderoef 
thomas j. vickers 
odell waldby 
barbara walker 
William watson 
betty watts 
g. edwin weaver 
Charles t. wellborn 
ruth wells 

Winifred I. wentworth 
mrs. wm. h. werkmeister 
susan west 
terrie whittier 
louis willhott 
charlotte a. Williams 
audrey wilson 
miriam c. wilson 
John winterle 
Stephen s. winters 
paul c. woods 
John f. worthington 
perrin wright 
toni j. wright 
glenn wrighton 
Jerome young 



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juanita devette president 

Charles c. matthews secretary 

William townsend treasurer 



leonard adelman 
nelda alderman 
mary v. alexander 
janis elaine askey 
kenneth w. barwick 
dorothy p. bennett 
marian w. black 
lela elaine buis 
nancy ruth campbell 
m.w. carothers 
donna rae Castillo 
melody ann claussen 
kenneth conners, jr. 
guadalupe constantakis 
kathleen beck converse 
richard g. Cornell 
Cecil m. curies 
marybeth judith dardis 
Caroline n. dean 
marjorie dillingham 
w.p. dillingham 
anne marie erdman 
melvin o. eubanks 
roberta s. fluhrer 
kathleen a. francis 
mark edwards freshwater 
Sharon s. gibbs 
hortense w. glenn 

anisia gonzalez 
jose g. gonzalez 
donna j. goodin 
ronald r. grawert 
david mills grogan 
jeannette p. hauseman 
mary Catherine herring 
dorothy I. hoffman 



patricia ann howell 
deborah huffman 
bonnie kay Johnson 
Stephen paige leach 
John d. lee 
lucille r. lehmann 
Jeanne edna ludke 
denise bell lujan 
katherine e. mccann 
louise thayer mceachern 
jill mckittrick 
kenneth d. miller 
susan e. mole 
barbara t. naeseth 
Vickie edith neely 
kim bolan norton 
daisy parker 
malcolm parsons 
gregg phifer 
howard o. phillips 
j.a. rehwinkel 
beverly j. ross 
arthur a. rouse 
mary c. saltsman 
betty c. shemwell 
Walton park smith 
paula m. stanton 
kathefir*e b. steffensot 
richard bruechert tedder 
mary jo weale 
Janet wells 
donna jean wiehaus 
Chris d. wilson 
lorraine a. wolford 
elizabeth ann woodruff 
candace lynne wright 



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barbara gortych president 

genie cooney vice president 

Cecelia lafavour secretary 

Caroline randle treasurer 

donna jean wiehaus editor 

velma dobson historian 



Sharon alexander 
cathy alvarez 
sally arnold 
trish baisden 
Julie bartels 
becky bayer 
tita bliss 
judy blount 
beverly bolvin 
ediyne boykin 
meg brady 
susan carey 
nadine cherpak 
beverly ann chin 
nancy clay 
linda coburger 
genie cooney 
marybeth dardis 
velma dobson 
frances fox 
barbara gortych 
nancy harding 
nancy harris 
sarah harrison 



jeanette hauseman 
susan hawkins 
mary lynn hendrickson 
pamela hudson 
jane kendrick 
betsey komarek 
denise lujan 
ann mcgee 
ann neal 
nancy noel 
elizabeth petway 
beverly poison 
Caroline randle 
cathy reagan 
billie reed 
susan reed 
donna rogers 
mary saltsman 
susan Schumacher 
Catherine setzer 
mary sullivan 
Janice weir 
donna jean wiehaus 
linda zoghby 



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and esteren combined in 1947 to form a 
local honorary known as garnet key. 
junior and senior women are chosen on 
the basis of their outstanding leadership, 
spirit and service, a 2.3 grade point over- 
all is also required, the members of gar- 
net key were kept busy this year as some 
of their activities included chairing the 
homecoming queen contest and arrang- 
ing for the Christmas tree lighting at 
president marshall's home, for the first 
time in several years, the girls also parti- 
cipated in the garnet and gold banquet. 





1. b. berry 

2. j. kannette 

3. d. cordell 

4. m. Wilson 

5. m. gowing 

6. n. noel 

7. c. bonifay 

8. c. gierach 

9. n. taylor 
10. j. hudson 
11.1. wing 

12. I.donald 

13. m. dardis 



14. j. keiser 

15. e. boykin 

16. m. saitsman 

17. b. komarek 

18. j. davis 

19. t. calland 

20. m. hendrickson 

21. j. hebert 
22. j. regal 

23. I. coburger 

24. j. deramo 

25. s. snnall 



26. s. alexander 

27. j. plitz 

28. a. neal 

29. p. king 

30. a. coffee 

31 . w. tichenor 

32. t. baisden 

33. m. smith 

34. j. sapp 

35. s. Campbell 

36. c. randle 

37. n. harding 



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canter brown 
•'•'^ wiley cunagin 

^m^ wiley housewright 

rock leveille 
jim maim 
chuck mccartney 
carl mcdonald 
■ ■' ' barry mittan 

douglas morford 
malcolm parsons 
"^ V ■.4-'. :-":■■"■• ,.~''''-^.''\ -.':.' ;-. ^. :, .' ' ■-■■ joe plant 

paul regensdorf 
elston roady 
'- .. ; ■ .' wayne rubinas 

. ^^^--^ chuck Sherman 

^ . ' Steve sparkman 

- \ , - robert spivey 

tom wade 
harold winter 
/" Stephen winters 

thomas wright 



i^i^i^' 



gold key 



herschel beazley 
dan brady 
canter brown 
John burt 
david dickson 
John french 
don gifford 
bill harris 
howard horowitz 
frank Johns 
rick Johnson 
William Johnson 
carter jones 
John kaney 
lester kaney 
jim kirsh 
doug lawton 
bruce leinbeck 
donald loucks 
carl mcdonald 
trances millet 
barry mittan 
doug morford 
bobratliff 
vince rio 
wayne rubinas 
chuck Sherman 
robert shoemaker 
gary smith 
bim stultz 
ken vanassenderp 
tommy waits 
jack whitley 
Stephen winters 
thomas wright 
harvey zion 



alpha lamda delta 



janelle ganey president 

carol I. zeiner vice president 

juiia a. farris secretary 

carol a. Jennings treasurer 

Sharon a. teague historian 



rebecca j. adams 
Sharon alexander 
susan e. alien 
Sophia antone 
nancy e. arnow 
kathieen I. ashley 
martha d. backus 
Janet e. ball 
dianne bass 
mary ann beaudoin 
roberta a. berney 
Virginia m. blanning 
lucille g. bonderud 
lisa a. bower 
susan c. boyd 
susan j. bradshaw 
Patricia brantley 
Sharon brooks 
Christine v. bruton 
Catherine s. buck 
deborah r. callahan 
susan carmichael 
joan caulfield 
Cheryl a. chadurgian 
susan Christy 
katherine v. collier 
Pamela j. colton 
Christine crowell 
jane d. davis 
diane degarmo 
davida desmond 
barbara dexter 
Irene e. dowdy 
Janet I. duane 
stephany eisenmenger 
Julia a. farris 
susan k. fichter 
priscilla I. fields 
nancy j. fordyce 
carol e. f rick 



marion h. fuerst 
kathieen a. gage 
janelle ganey 
patsy d. granger 
barbara m. gruenewald 
margaret I. hannilton 
nancy j. harris 
katherine I. harrison 
Catherine leanne heath 
louise V. heins 
caria dale herman 
candas c. herrington 
elizabeth a. holley 
marie a. iglesias 
elaine f. Jackson 
carol a. Jennings 
Sharon I. Johnson 
tonie j. Johnson 
Stephanie I. jordon 
brenda f. joyner 
mary e. keen 
Janice e. kerr 
leannah r. kitchel 
karen I. kurtright 
matilda lacayo 
lucy e. langenbach 
robyn irene lau 
eileen lawrence 
karen m. leatherman 
mary lehmann 
page a. lemasters 
linda libecap 
trances lincoln 
anne I. lowell 
rebecca jo manley 
carol I. marchich 
peggy mccourt 
bonnie mclean 
carol miller 
stephani g. mills 



michelle b. mintzer 
Judith a. moore 
ann a. murray 
kristi a. nelson 
Valerie m. paine 
lynn m. peacock 
Janet a. quarles 
elien a. rabe 
carol e. rader 
melody I. read 
linda I. reiter 
dianne rhea 
karen tee rosendorf 
elizabeth a. sapp 
linda schleicher 
rebecca gale Schwartz 
terrie I. shatter 
martha a. sharp 
Ida Cheryl showalter 
marilyn e. smith 
linda o. spencer 
maria p. stansfield 
paula m. stanton 
Joyce a. steven 
peggy Jo strange 
sandra June stroberg 
Sharon m. stroberg 
fay a. sullivan 
patriae talley 
Sharon a. teague 
ann thigpen 
anne tomlinson 
Cheryl valentine 
kathryn I. walker 
wendy jo weiss 
Winifred e. Williams 
Cornelia Williamson 
Christine j. woerner 
barbara a. young 
carol I. zeiner 



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mortified 



Patricia a. king grand czar 



beverly a. baer 
Judith I. belser 
Cecelia bonifay 
ginger e. cassidy 
dee ann cordell 
frances e. creel 
deborah b. dulin 
susan a. gore 
Julia hays 
joan e. hebert 
martha n. hoag 
karen hodge 
elaine ivey 
karen I. jaiko 
nancy kelly 
patricia a. king 
celia lawhorn 
kathleen m. pressly 
Judith a. reigle 
mary lou sparks 
nnandy Stephens 
nancy e. taylor 
woodie woodward 



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underprivileged 

families in taiiahassee had a "white 
Christmas" this year as the members of 
alpha phi omega spearheaded a 
campus-wide drive for canned goods for 
the tenth year in a row. the national 
service fraternity also promoted the 
scouting ideals of leadership, friendship 
and service by sponsoring their annual 
boy scout camporee. listed among its 
other activities are the student directory, 
the student travel bureau, a registration 
information desk and the ugly man 
contest. 





alpha phi omega officers: front row: mark giliis, bob paulson; second 
row/: craig kittendorf, Charles council, mike smith. 



1 . b. Williams 

2. c. bush 

3. j. bullard 

4. g. strong 

5. b. paulson 



6. m. giliis 

7. s. reid, pres. 

8. c. council 

9. b. mcdonald 



10. m. smith 

1 1. c. duncan 

12. s. goodwin 

13. m. wichman 



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*..'-. J*. . 



225 





1 . V. crutcher 

2. j.grieg 

3. b. vega 
s. lamb 
s. magnum 
d. puckett 
V. dobson 

bowman 

hawkins 

gage 

apling 

sanjurjo 

austin 

14. m. brooks 

15. I. fry 



16. s. cantrell 
1 7. s. mikoda 

18. m. Shaffer 

19. s. wooddall 

20. s»amos 

21 . d. defence 

22. m. tsacrios 

23. k. kurtright 

24. s. morris 

25. n. millen 

26. m. diaz 

27. e. schlesinger 

28. s. gude 

29. s. elias 

30. k. tylar 




^.™l. 



31 . s. borries 

32. m. smith 
33. d. dunbar 

34. j. english 

35. k. Johnston 

36. n. morris 

37. s. shrader 

38. b. bennett 

39. r. lewis 

40. I. mcgilvery 

41 . k. cavines 

42. b. Stevens 

43. s. bastian 

44. r. sailors, pres. 



promoting 

their ideals of service, friendship and 
equality among women of all races and 
creeds, the girls of gamma sigma sigma 
can be found giving needed service 
around the florida state campus and in 
the community, every year they work at 
campus elections, usher at campus 
movies and the circus, and work daily at 
the infirmary, gamma sigma sigma has 
also worked closely with the children at 
sunland hospital, since its establishment 



on the fsu campus six years ago, alpha 
kappa chapter has won the margaret 
linton award which honors the chapter 
with the most outstanding service record 
for two years in a row. they have also 
received the national association for 
retarded children award for service and 
the march of dimes award for the 
southern region. 



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drug use 



was the subject of a survey conducted 
among students at fsu by the circle k 
club, this survey was used as a means to 
decide whether or not to support the 
"legalization" of marijuana or harder 
drugs on a realistic basis, bob lamp'l, 
president of the circle k club at fsu, was 
the chief mover in the surveys, on which 
the service club spent well over 100 
working hours, two surveys were con- 
ducted; one was concerned with the en- 
tire student body and the other was di- 
rected at one of the dormitories, accord- 
ing to the campus-wide survey, circle k 
found that 32.3% had tried marijuana 
and of those, 48.6% still used it. the sur- 
vey also showed that campus-wide, 
73.3% of those questioned favored 
changing the legal classification of mari- 
juana use from a felony to a misdemean- 
or, while 52.2% favored legalizing it. at 
the same time, in the campus-wide sur- 
vey, 6.7% had tried harder drugs, but 
only 5.8% favored legalizing them. 





circle k president, robert lamp'l, presides over their montliiy meeting. 



228 





circle k officers: larry lafollette, treasurer, robert lamp'l, president, bill austin, vice president, paul laska, secretary. 




for precision while marching in the homecoming parade, the members of angel flight practiced their drills every week. 



angel flight 

is an air force program for women which 
has been active on the florida state 
campus since 1959. its purpose is to 
further the cause of the united states air 
force by promoting the interest of the 
college men in the air force program, 
clad in their blue uniforms, the members 
of angel flight marched in the 
homecoming parade, the veterans' day 
parade and the sarasota parade, they also 
ushered for gymkana , prepared baskets 
for the poor at thanksgiving and gave a 
party at Christmas for the children whose 
fathers were overseas, celebrating its ten 
years on campus, angel flight held a 
tenth anniversary banquet. 




pictured above are the florida state representatives to the area conclave at patrick air 
force base in cocoa beach. 



230 




la petite corps actives: front row: p. geary, j. elliot, I. flagg, e. ivey; second row: d. real, k. 
jaiko, c. iierrington, b. Wallace; tliird row: c. swigler, s. Johnson, j. donahue, s. fichter; 
fourtii row: s. asker, b. corley, f. lincoln, b. bolvin; fifth row: p. van gundy, m. hoag. 



la petite corps 

is affiliated with the army rote program, 
its purpose is to exemplify and uphold 
the high standards and traditions of the 
army rote program, to strengthen the 
morale of the army rote eadets and to 
serve as offieial hostesses for the army 
rote program, with this purpose in mind, 
la petite eorps sponsored refreshers for 
the eadets, soeials with seabbard and 
blade, and coffees for the wives of the 
eadre. its members decorated and sold 
corsages for the military ball, made 
thanksgiving day baskets for the poor, 
took needy children to the circus, sent 
Christmas packages to the soldiers in 
viet nam and participated in the apo 
white Christmas. 




la petite corps pledges: front row: c. deitrich, k. berg, I. waddell, s. harris; second row: j. home, n. whidden, t. binion, p. king; third 
row: j. tedder, k. bryan, k. shannon, j. metzger; fourth row: m. van balen, a. rivers, d. sloan, d. Oliver; fifth row: c. cleland, g. 
arnold, t. gross, d. Johnson; sixth row: I. forthman, s. martin, c. haller, v. harper. 



les bleus berets 

is a drill team co-affiliated with pershing 
rifles and represents florida state in drill 
competitions, parades, and state 
celebrations, relatively new to florida 
state, the drill team was founded on 
campus in January of 1967. its activities 
have included painting mailbox flags, 
selling corsages for the military ball, and 
holding bake sales, philanthropy projects 
undertaken by the girls include writing 
letters to servicemen in the dmz, taking 
gifts to the bond street day care center, 
giving a party for sunland patients and 
providing canned goods and toys for the 
underprivileged people in tallahassee. as 
a drill team, les bleus berets marched in 
the homecoming parade, the veterans 
day parade and the marianna Christmas 
parade. 




1 . e. naclerio 

2. s. nicholson 

3. s. o'steen 

4. p. soud 

5. a price 



6. m. fray 

7. s. godawa 

8. b. nobles 

9. a. grosskopf 
10. k. armstrong 



1 1 . s. burris 

12. V. Casanova 

13. s. martin 

14. a. echevarria 

15. s. rouse 



16. s. weilman 
1 7. p. white 

18. b. evans 

19. d. cordell 






1. b. shea 

2. m. olmstead 

3. I. kjellstrom 

4. d. Wilbur 

5. p. wrigley 

6. j. smith 



7. c. bonnabe! 

8. s. gates 

9. s. hartley 

10. j. gates 

1 1 . n. hartkop 

12. m. durand 



13. I. carmichael 

14. b. taylor, pres. 
1 5. d. sutton 

16. m. crouch 

17. c. Sullivan 



18. b. fulford 

19. s. bell 

20. j. ludke 

21 . j. Williams 

22. d. dumbieton 



founded to 

promote professional and social unity 
and to stimulate understanding of and 
interest in the programs of the graduate 
professional nursing organization, the 
student nurses' association serves as a 
channel of communication between the 
student nurses and the graduate 
professional organization, representatives 
were sent to the state convention in 
Clearwater and the national convention 
in miami. the student nurses prepared 
thanksgiving baskets for the needy of 
leon county and gave Christmas and 
easter parties for the children of the 
mainey community day care center, 
student-faculty advisory committees and 
student-faculty picnics promoted 
mutual understanding and friendship. 



gamma kappa omicron 




1 . j. Collins 

2. s. rikley 

3. d. Callahan 

4. a. neal 

5. b. perry 

6. b. poison 

7. p. edwards 

8. m. andrews 

9. j. burt 



10. t. wheat 
11.1. kitchen 

12. I. buis 

13. m. Williams 

14. d. holt 

15. b. poison 

16. s. alexander 

17. c. kennon, pres. 





omicron nu 




1 . r. dale 

2. p. peterson 

3. g. dietrich 

4. d. sidwell 

5. c. mcgahey 

6. j. Williams 



7. p. helms 

8. r. duparc 

9. r. rulledge 

10. h. glenn 

1 1 . r. bowers 

12. I. buis 



13. j. rice 

14. n. hendrikson 

15. d. gables 

16. e. soverns 
1 7. a. buis 

18. m. claussen 



19. a. erdmon 

20. g. cassidy 

21. b. boyle 

22. s. day 

23. n. rehak 



24. a. lang 

25. j. gerken 

26. n. mondy 

27. d. lujan 

28. g. rice 



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Sigma alpha eta 




Sigma alpha eta: linda monser, betty marquette, kit greenough, sally bush, kathy davis, susan casterton, aimee brien, dr. d.f. johns, barbara 
burgess, mary ellen longmire, carolyn ryll, pamela bashor, iva king, marylou pittman, jo ellen hicks, president. 



Sigma alpha iota 





1. p. bethea 

2. I. wiggers 

3. c. king 

4. V. Shipley 

5. I. mcdonald 

6. d. radomski 

7. c. cockrum 

8. n. andrews 

9. s. grenovillou 
10. d. neill 
11.1. sponholtz 
12. e. wellhoner 



13. j. rivers 

14. c. chambers 

15. I. webb 

16. b. thornton 
1 7. m. walker 

18. j. chapman 

19. m. george 

20. s. flye 

21 . I. Simmons 

22. m. green 

23. b. burkett 



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sophomore council 



evangeline kalogridis president 

sally martin vice president 

Julie farris secretary 

margaret grable treasurer 

karen morse parliamentarian 



barbara alexander 
cynthia alien 
susan allred 
Sophia antone 
dee dee art 
lynn atlee 
kay bailey 
susan batstone 
mary beardall 
cindy bell 
jean bennett 
mary blankenship 
ginny blanning 
lucille bonderud 
vicki box 
cheri boyd 
mimi breeden 
patty brewster 
martha brooks 
weezy brown 
Joanne bucci 
cathy buck 
pat bumgardner 
ann burns 
sandy byars 
mary cain 
debbie callahan 
Charlie campbell 
margaret cannon 
susan carmicheal 
cindy cather 
Connie chadbourne 
ruth church 
cathy cooper 



cindy coram 
barbara corley 
sue croley 
sue cusac 
cathy dalrymple 
sue daniel 
dale daniels 
dale dennis 
dee dee desmond 
judy donahue 
jan dorr 
tommie drowne 
andrea duncan 
stevie eisenmenger 
jeanie ellis 
jane eppinger 
Julie farris 
susan fichter 
susan fickett 
janell ganey 
margie grable 
susan gregg 
patti guy 
Virginia harper 
dianne hicks 
elaine holmes 
deborah holt 
barbara humkey 
ann Johnson 
beth Johnson 
linda Johnson 
Sharon Johnson 
susie josephson 
marcia kapp 



leannah kitchell 
robyn kovac 
barbara krause 
cheryl-lawrence 
trances lincoln 
anita loggins 
cheri I'orange 
linda marchick 
bonnie mclean 
beverly mcrae 
debbie melton 
candy miller 
carey moore 
reagan murphy 
sherry murphy 
fina nicholas 
jeri nichols 
Pamela northrup 
Connie olive 
mindy o'neal 
kerrie osborne 
liz parker 
margie parker 
lynn peacock 
pat pearman 
pat pelham 
Joyce pepper 
cathy perry 
cindy phillips 
lynette pope 
ellen rabe 
randy randall 
peggy reinhardt 
diane rhea 



karen riley 
louise ritz 
rosie rosendorf 
gabrielle rotter 
jane sander 
lynn scheibel 
bonnie schurig 
sue scollon 
cheri simpson 
pat simpson 
judy skelton 
carol spence 
barbara stichler 
peggy jo strange 
sandy stroberg 
sharon stroberg 
iris stutzer 
colleen sullivan 
debbie taylor 
linda thalman 
liz townsend 
sandy vernon 
bonnie Wallace 
alice wander 
gail weathersbee 
jan wheeler 
pam whitlock 
Cornelia Williamson 
teresa wing 
linda witty 
wendy worall 
susan yoho 
barbara young 
christa zinn 



public relations student 
society of america 





public relations student society of america officers: bob albright, vice president, tim 
parker, president, jim vandervort, secretary-treasurer. 



James coulter presents tim parker, president, and 
dr. royal h. ray with the charter for the newly 
installed chapter of the prssa. 



alpha mu 



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237 






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exterior view of the chapel of the upper room which is now under construction. 





J M 



some men 



see things as they are and say 'why?' i 
dream things that never were and say 
'why not?' " — george bernard shaw. 
with the above quote as its challenge and 
general policy, the wesley foundation is 
seeking to become a community of heal- 
ing and reconciliation in a divisive and 
strife torn world, beginning at home, it is 
committed to an experiment based on 
the supposition that students, faculty 
and administrators can learn to trust one 
another and live together in a meaningful 
dialectic relationship even in the midst 
of the tension of their differences; that 
black and white can become but varying 
colors of a community of men living in 
trust, love and support of one another; 
that human life is far more valuable than 
any disputed racial, social or national 
boundaries and that the university can 
relate its knowledge, insights and skills 
to the urgent needs of the world, "why 
not?" 




wesley foundation officers: dr. myron blee, randy bernius, austin hollady, chaplain, dr. odell waldby, torn currier, Charles wellborn, faculty 
advisor, cheryl Williams, mr. arlis causseaux, mrs. betty phifer, margaret hardwick, assistant director, al schlaff, student president, liz malbon, 
mrs. dorothy birger, marinee Johnson, marilyn kirkpatrick. 



239 



fashion 



incorporated is a non-commercial 
association of college women interested 
in fashion and good taste in clothing, 
this organization was established in 1955 
under the fashion institute department 
and has since grown considerably in size, 
one of the big activities for the year was 
a fashion day which was held during 
winter quarter, a designer from new york 
was the guest speaker as well as many 
speakers from local and nation-wide 
department stores, a fashion show was 
also held with the girls modeling the 
clothes which they had made during the 
year. 





juanita amendola 
cecilee austin 
linda barson 
gerry bennett 
char bie 
joy boniello 
aimee brien 
martha brown 
patty brown 
susan browning 
gay callaway 
mary lynn castellano 
sara ceccarelli 
Cheryl chadingian 
mary ellen dark 
Janice I. cooper 
carol cotten 
elaine cregg 
nancy deshefy 
sally droughman 
Julie farris 
barbara franklin 
marian fray 
Jackie gibson 
pam givens 
Pamela glattii 
kathy gorman 
barbara hart 
martha hoag 
grier houey 



kathy juilfs 
liz lane 
rose langston 
beth mates 
polly miller 
karen morse 
sha nicholson 
laura nottingham 
harriet packard 
barbara poe 
sheryl poston 
avery price 
patty sakkis 
donna shashy 
patricia simpson 
debbie skyrms 
gail sosby 
pan souda 
carol e. spence 
kathy spetz 
Jacqueline swikard 
lynn thomas 
susan ulm 
doris van glahn 
Cheryl Wallace 
susan wellman 
nancy wells 
Pamela whitlock 
sarah wilkenson 
leslie ann wood 



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urban renewal 

was one of the projects which the 
american institute of interior designers 
participated in this year, since its 
establishment in 1966, after approval 
from the national a.i.d. association, it 
has grown in membership from five to 
sixty students, its purpose is to 
implement and promote, through 
education and activity, the highest 
standards of professional practices and 
personal integrity, a student conference 
was attended in atlanta as well as the 
members helping with fashion day. 



1. 


j. Williams 


8. 


s. 


moore 


15. 


r. vacaro 


2 


b. nicole 


9. 


g- 


dietrichs 


16. 


V. schafranski 


3. 


s. muldoon 


10. 


c. 


virgin 


17. 


b. vega 


4. 


m. weale 


11. 


p 


stenstrom 


18. 


m. claussen 


5. 


p. Peterson 


12. 


k 


harris 


19. 


c. brinson 


6. 


n. black 


13. 


d 


gabul 


20. 


s. basset 


7. 


a. blackwell 


14. 


b. 


carmona 


21. 


g. waldon 



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members 



Sharon alexander 
sonya anderson 
nancy andrews 
martha barbee 
susan barone 
Sandra beasley 
mandy beason 
linda bell 
Pamela bethea 
karen blodgett 
ginger burris 
sally bush 
Carolyn chambers 
jane chapman 
cathy christian 
pam coggins 
pat cook 
toni constantini 
robin core 
kim croy 
diane davis 
gale downs 
april eaton 
patti edwards 
ann fitzpatrick 
sally flye 
Virginia flynn 
Cornelia frazier 
libby galloway 
janelle ganey 



anna garcia 
margaret gatlin 
michele gaughn 
kathy gray 
evans gilmore 
robin greatorex 
debra guedry 
nikki haglund 
jean sue hakes 
linda hall 
mary jo hall 
sally helvenston 
Chris hoffman 
elaine holmes 
Jeanne hubert 
Jackie idyll 
mary ismeurt 
martie jammes 
twig knowles 
nancy kreter 
karen kurtwright 
nancy lenhardt 
carol livingston 
bonnie macgregor 
kathy mansfield 
micki marvin 
rhonda mathis 
kathy mccann 
lyn mcdonald 
bonnie mclean 



sarah mcquady 
linda neff 
dorothy neill 
marsha nott 
mindy o'neal 
Joanna patterson 
Judy pettit 
janelle plitz 
diane radomski 
mary santner 
nita sasser 
mary jane schilling 
elaine schlesinger 
donna shepler 
debbie smith 
sue smith 
beth spaugh 
melanie stacy 
Cheryl Stanley 
sally staten 
vicki sterrett 
jan swigler 
linda teuton 
judy toohill 
linda webb 
elaine wellhoner 
linda whidden 
ellaine wilson 
jeana womble 
diana wroten 
Shirley yackel 




composed of 

ninety girls, women's glee club was open 
to women students in all fields of study, 
the girls who participated in this 
organization were also able to earn one 
credit hour per quarter for active 
membership, the glee club presented 
three concerts this year including their 
annual Christmas vespers which was first 
presented in 1916. the women's glee 
club was ably directed by miss betty jane 
grimm. 



women's glee club officers: front row: pat cook, treasurer, vicki sterrett, martie 
jammes, president; second row: elaine schlesinger, martha mitchell, pam bethea, sally 
staten; third row: janelle ganey, pattie edwards, secretary, jeana womble. 




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pi mu epsilon 





1 . m. brady 

2. m. braswell 

3. g. mcburnett 

4. d. hoberg 

5. o. harrold 

6. I. mathis 

7. c. mccann 

8. j. snover 

9. m. schexnayder 

10. m. flynn 

1 1 . r. korwar 

12. d. kail 

13. r. mcwilljams 

14. I. peele 

15. r. layton 

16. d. batson 



17. c. mcarthur 

18. r. taylor 

19. j. patin 

20. j. ramalakshmi 

21 . r. harper 

22. i. Strickland 

23. e. billingsley 

24. s. leach 

25. j. russell 

26. e. bodo 

27. s. achtemeier 

28. c. kummer 

29. d. bush 

30. t. tomberlin 

31 . d. Jones 

32. m. donaldson 



Student art 
education assoc 




244 



student art education association officers: barbara barksdale, secretary, robert 
fuchs, president, margie ryan, ways & means chnnn., Virginia wilson, program 
chmn., sinaron ellison, social cinmn., susan hightower, treasurer, ann marsak, 
publicity chmn. 



order of omega 





1. b. wurzel 

2. c. reisinger 

3. e. vandergriff 

4. s. winters 

5. r. shoemaker 

6. e. stacker 

7. m. davis 

8. g. mannheimer 

9. s. sparkman 

10. b. Williams 

1 1. h. winner 

12. r. benton 

13. s. hawkins 

14. g. tragos 

15. b. baker 



245 







the society of 

hosts is a professional organization open 
to all interested majors in hotel and 
restaurant management, since its 
founding in 1960, the society of hosts 
has been engaged in advancing the latest 
methods of elaborate catering, private 
catering and dinner parties throughout 
the tallahassee area are among the pro- 
jects conducted during the school year. 




1. 1, potts 

2. d. boggie 

3. a. graham 

4. b. brickman 

5. k. sheen 



6. d. wolf 

7. p. alcock 

8. d. schreck 

9. m. rockwood 



10. r. goldberg 

1 1. j. mastrangelo 

12. m. cisak 

13. c. dabney 



246 




established 

only last year, the student physical ed- 
ucation association was formed by a 
merger of the men's and women's phy- 
sical education majors clubs, the purpose 
of the organization is to develop more 
professional attitudes concerning physi- 
cal education and to aid in generating 
spirit for the florida state university 
athletic program, during the year, the 
group was responsible for organizing in- 
tramurals for both the greek and inde- 
pendent teams. 



student physical education association officers: front row: clara cook, lucy moody; 
second row: sarah hendry, joan gray, patti abbott, cathy butler. 





247 



tarpon club 





248 



1970 tarpon club: front row: maryann fair, Claudia kayser, maryann beaudoin, sherry deters, leigh 
young, carol zeiner; second row: aiicia crew, janet stoner, mikki banta, karen blodgett, melanie reading, 
mary mcinerny, ginny bunn; third row: susan mayo, carolyn kalmbach, bee casson, charlene thompson, 
Jeanne hubert, nikki haglund, karen deters, deborah parramore. 




gymnastica 




gymnastica members: front row: bob white, kari bishop, marshal! hinson; second row: carolyn cooper, dr. hartley 
price, cathy cooper, steve kauffman, susan hill, bill crussells, nadean yuschak; third row: elaine nesbit, deedee 
Sullivan, gay thompson, glaythia hodek, sandy philips, susan banks, mary bauer. 





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interfraternity council officers: front row: ed stacker, president, george tragos, 
vice president; second row: larry simpson, ed vandergriff, bill everett. 





1. 


j. mcmillan 


20. 


j. montgomery 


2. 


s. german 


21. 


s. crooms 


3. 


j. smith 


22. 


b. kreiger 


4. 


r. shoemaker 


23. 


r. benton 


5. 


r. mick 


24. 


r. coleman 


6. 


b. Willis 


25. 


r. ross 


7. 


h. brownett 


26. 


j. maruniak 


8. 


r. hedge 


27. 


t. sechrest 


9. 


e. vandergriff 


28. 


t. hennis 


10. 


p. Strickland 


29. 


s. choos 


11. 


c. reislnger 


30. 


s. nelson 


12. 


r. cruder 


31. 


h. winner 


13. 


d. rundle 


32. 


j. edwards 


14. 


r. zacur 


33. 


1. Simpson 


15. 


r. stambaugh 


34. 


m. trexler 


16. 


t. browne 


35. 


e. stacker 


17 


h. kapel 


36. 


g. tragos 


18. 


d. blackwell 


37. 


b. avirret 


19. 


b. rush 


38. 


b. wurzel 



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panhellenic officers: dee dee sullivan, cecelia bonifay, bobbie beals, dee dee art, Susan 
gore, kathy hamilton, cheryl Wallace. 






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13. k. 



14. k. 
15. g. 
16. f. 



martin 

Wallace 

baer 

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art 

marchick 

nelson 

lewis 

gore 

gowens 

. o'neal 

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hodge 

hamilton 

owens 

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17. I 
18. j 
19. d. 
20. d. 
21. b. 

22. c. 

23. r. 

24. d. 

25. s. 

26. b. 

27. V. 

28. m 

29. s. 

30. f. 
31. r. 



ryan 

deramo 

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, sullivan 

. beals 
lawhorn 
Williams 
dulin 
daniels 
tedford 
shallantz 
. mears 
cooper 
mirgliano 
kaintz 



261 





1. 


k. thrower 


15. 


1. rawers 


2. 


b. myrick 


16. 


j. bennett 


3. 


d. mckinney 


17. 


c. cusick 


4. 


d. mcdaniels 


18. 


m. wombeldorf 


5. 


j. ramsey 


19. 


w. brown 


6. 


s. hightower 


20. 


j. hebert 


7. 


c. Sullivan 


21. 


c. randle 


8. 


d. Phillips 


22. 


p. bumgardner 


9. 


j. davis, pres. 


23. 


g. burris 


10. 


r. randall 


24. 


b. moore 


11. 


b. sparkman 


25. 


s. house 


12. 


j. nolan 


26. 


c. Simpson 


13. 


s. higbee 


27. 


m. nunnelly 


14. 


j. idyll 


28. 


d. smith 




29. 


s. wagner 


30. 


s. mccaskill 


31. 


s. ulm 


32. 


d. lujan 


33. 


m. hart 


34. 


d. hemmings 


35. 


b. sorrells 


36. 


g. harper 


37. 


1. marchick 


38 


b. hart 


39 


c. dykema 


40 


t. mcintyre 





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... lotus blossom queen ... watch out for 
the soy-aks at dinasor ... how do you spell 
"fat chance" ... susie's nnusical cups ... 
nuggle, tis and crunch ... where have all 
the waiters gone ... show ... tacks will 
sharpen the world ... ralph and rally ... 
tunkelovich ... you do and you do and you 
do and you do and what do you get, do do 
... contrary to popular belief, dorothy and 
barbie really aren't Siamese twins ... linda 
and colleen need guinea pigs for their 
fleets ... nighty-poo ... don't worry 
bennett, bonnie brought her book ... 
pumpkin woman ... 222-2187, that's the 
number you dial for chanelo's heaven ... 
impy and wimpy ... catch 'cha 'round 
campus ... decade of the '60's and the 
tropics ... i mean really ... meet 'cha at the 
mecca ... who ever heard of the koala bear 
with a burned bottom ... candlelights ... 
who's the guppy in the goldfish bowl ... in 
the p.r. ... it's a long way to nicaragua ... 
life is a sandwich and everybody is trying 
to make you take a bite out of it ... sweet 
sal ... can somebody move cars ... little 
brown bags ... ah yes, my little chickadee 
... cherie and her 96 tears ... with donna 
and cecily, who rubs who's back ... 100 
and counting ... 





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j. owens 


18. w. robuck 


2. 


s. sandy 


19. p. parramore 


3. 


j. Sander 


20. g. delong 


4. 


g. weathersbee 


21.f.talbot 


5. 


b. brane 


22.r. telleck 


6. 


d. taylor 


23. j. lynch 


7. 


V. mutton 


24. 1. Crawford 


8. 


j. moore 


25. t. Simmons 


9. 


d. lineberger 


26. a. park 


10. 


p. van gundy 


27. g. hannon 


11. 


a. behnke 


28. f. pughsley 


12. 


b. barcus 


29. j. woodward 


13. 


n. miller 


30. d. miller 


14. 


k. bryan 


31. c. setzer 


15. 


1. thalmon 


32.d.dulin 


16. 


j. hunter 


33. 1. carey 


17. 


d. melton 


34. j. rogers 



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35. j. o'brien 


52. c. hoffman 




36. s. martin 


53. k. hodge 




37. C.I. gregg, pres. 


54. a. neal 




38. f . adams 


55. c. butler 




39. k. colson 


56. p. bowje 




40. s. srnger 


57. s. eisenmenger 




41 . r. Pickett 


58. m. breeden 




42. m. dehoff 


59. m. hauer j 


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43. g. cassady 


60. g. klingbeil 


44. b. Stevens 


61. a. klingbeil 




45. p. lamb 


62. z. osborne 




46. 1. pyzska 


63. m. cole 




47. m. moore 


64. j. dehoff 




48. b. berry 


65. c. Williamson 


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49. s. batstone 




50. s. gregg 




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51. c. mason 




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... go lake county ... how many seniors 
have had candlelights? ... those ugly 
tallahassee girls ... the phi delts serenading 
who?! ... chapter meeting at the keg ... 
coke bottle bring down ... no more 
'around the table' ... if you can't go to 
mardi gras — make your own ... d.t. opens 
all resident mail ... katie goes continental 
— peas with a knife ... have a peace ... little 
sisters of the white jacket ... how 'bout a 
little 'b'? ... a shipping bill of $259?!? ... 
no holes in the telephone lists, please! ... 
C.I. goes for miss fsu title ... bonnie's wong 
again ... why not knit on Saturday night? 
... who flew to the super bowl? ... 
carnations anyone? — we deliver ... 
everyone go down with the ato's ... pb&j 
on the green carpet — a nasty no-no! ... 
your thumb's been asleep for how long? ... 
no sae pins in the house, but plenty of sae 
waiters ... fried chicken? steak? no! 
mystery meat! ... senior champagne party 
... georgia or bust! ... last of the ka era? 
cute child! ... giant slump or red rover ... 
grand czar of what? ... the pencil test ... 
story time in melton's room ... 9,999 
toads ... 4:30 dash to the holiday inn ... 
these hands delivered a baby!!! ... 
anybody for ping pong? ... quiet in front 
of the mirror ... the robert redford award 
... ann & candy's little girls ... those $90 
keys ... unruly behavior in the 'lunch 
room' ... favors with the crest ... ding, 
dong, avon calling ... 




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1 . c. schultz 


18. s. scolion 


2. k. mansfield 


19. s. king 


3. a. Phillips 


20. s. foster, pres 


4. k. spetz 


21. j. sapp 


5. I.burr 


22. s. Johnson 


6. e. gienau 


23. k. Stanton 


7. p. hails 


24. c. spence 


8. j. foster 


25.d.droz 


9. c. kennon 


26. s. aired 


10. j. crews 


27.d.droz 


1 1 . b. loescher 


28. s. banks 


12. b. burney 


29. c. legg 


13. f. bell 


30. j. martin 


14. t. portewig 


31 . d. harmon 


15. a. kotowski 


32. n. harding 


16. s. hayes 


33. j. boutin 


17. 1. mathis 


34. f. fox 



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... promises, promises ... if i have one more 
bridge to cross ... allblue, the flanker ... 
what a bird! ... caca! ... que pasa, baby? ... 
could be tense ... grouper, the groover ... 
hardo, the body ... it's no big thing, linda 
... see ya later ... my name is sue, how do 
you do? ... how's your brain tumor and 
the walker, maudine queen? ... geels, 
geels, geels ... super tach, super tach, super 
tach ... fosterino, the spaghetti queeno ... 
what a ho, ho ... good show dental floss 
and the zoopremes ... oh dreadful day! ... 
gaby baby ... thelma's beauty salon ... oh 
poopies ... boom, boom my honey ... look 
at them short leggs ... na, na, na, na, na ... 
yoo hoo, boo boo ... it ain't easy alice, it 
ain't easy ... that's pretty mini, sue ... 
lightning may strike twice ... see that coke 
bottle? ... hardo manages campaigns, 
among other things, cheap ... rack attack 
... it's heavy ... you picked violet? ... 










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1 . 1, cross 

2. m.billingsly 

3.j. mcclellan 

4. s. buchman 

5. d. wells 

6. a. verso 
7.j.hebert 
8.C. karl 
9. b. poe 

lO.a.corbett 
1 1 .a. lowell 
12. a. urban 
13.j.daniel 
14. s. ceccarelli 



IS.j.huber, pres. 

16. m. augustyniak 

17. a. suggs 
IS.j.baldwin 
19. s. bennett 
20.l.neff 

21 . m. hoffmeier 
22.S. wertz 
23. 1, cox 

24. c. poulos 

25. s. hancock 

26. c. perez 
c. badia 



27. 

28. j. teal 







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29. m. mastry 

30. s. Shaffer 
31 .c.davis 
32. c. Wallace 
33. 1, dud ley 
34. S.Wilkinson 
35.a.southworth 
36.c.cotten 

37. 1. Jackson 
38. k. recchi 

39. m.ziegler 

40. d. hruby 

41 . s. butler 

42. s. shuman 



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... remember times, friends, smiles ... have 
fun our motto is January 2, 1897 ... mary 
louise roller ... what kind of toys? ... what 
do we use those red stamps for? ... bobsey 
twins-no! ... jmc and sb your room looks 
so nice! ... kittens ... queer duck ... dyno ... 
gross me out ... big reds ... annie got 
pinned? no-married! ... sisters together ... 
only 13 below a 2.7 ... badia-not talking? 
what's wrong? ... jane knows about black 
eyes ... us-thieves, not really ... officer's 
retreat ... the yak ... don't look at the 
sun-panic ... everythings coming up roses 
... janie-terrific president ... super servers 
... delta omicron and sigma omicron chi ... 







1 . g. van armen 


15. g. stivender 


2.g. ellis 


16. j. bullard 


3. p. meehan 


17. c. Williams 


4. b. lane 


18. r. norris 


5. b. duffy 


19. s. barsom 


6. b. heidtman 


20. r. yawn 


7. m. olewski 


21. I.deddy 


8. w. mckinzie 


22. d. sellers 


9. b. hubbard 


23. m.todd 


10. p. denton 


24. s. burgess 


1 1. b. chomat 


25. h. hitchcock 


12. p. flair 


26. j. shuff, pres 


13. j. bielling 


27. e. crovo 


14.j.tarr 


28. r. bowdoin 




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... Steve's brown nose has gained 4.0's 
and honors for ato's ... it took big chip 
all of three rounds but he finally made 
the Cleveland browns ... pete the 
fleetfoot is quite athletic, but for a 
fold-out somewhat pathetic! ... we all 
hope John's kinky hairs don't bring too 
many flies in pairs ... if crovo's best for 
all four years guess we'll shop next time 
at sears ... powell's the only one we all 
know who could take three hours to say 
hello ... complaints were one thing billy 
didn't horde and so was deserving of the 
h.a. award ... there traveled five tau's 
down mexico way, a trip which won't be 
forgot; especially for one unfortunate 
lad who experienced somewhat of a 
shock, unable to pay the debt he owed, 
he could not quell the shout of the lady 
who screamed, "police! and so 

paid the money to get out ... and, in 
conclusion, and with lasting memory, to 
the ffwc — "aardvark, aardvark bon 
bon!" ... 



29. r. 

30. k. 
31. t. 

32. r. 

33. s. 

34. s. 

35. j 

36. r. 

37. d. 

38. m 

39. d. 

40. s. 

41. k. 

42. b. 



ruediger 

kaucher 

hosford 

young 

sorensen 

crovo 

zeffer 

hitchcock 

pritchard 
. holmes 

price 
chambers 

Stuart 

rogers 







1. 


k. wyckoff 


18. p. brown 


2. 


m. dark 


19. m. rees 


3. 


t. speas 


20. d. Clifford 


4. 


m. gambitta 


21. d. owens 


5. 


p. mintz 


22. c. rossee 


6. 


1. tang 


23. b. ausfeld 


7. 


m. smith, pres. 


24. d. hodges 


8. 


k. riley 


25. n. yuschak 


9. 


1. tremblay 


26. k. riley 


10. 


p. reinhardt 


27. j. osborne 


11. 


k. newton 


28. t. Caldwell 


12. 


s. hart 


29. d. Campbell 


13. 


a. rivers 


30. d. wittstruck 


14. 


g. pautke 


31 . s. Johnson 


15. 


a. smith 


32. s. Campbell 


16. 


m. lenington 


33. s. mock 


17. 


j.deknes 


34. g. greenweli 




35. b, 

36. u. 

37. r. 

38. b, 

39. s. 

40. I. 
41. j. 

42. p, 

43. c. 

44. j. 



45. 
46. 
47. 
48. 
49. 



50. I. 

51. I. 



bell 

chailancin 
dalton 

tedford 
martin 
mozley 
pettit 

renick 

gonos 

ford 

miller 

Campbell 

ostiguy 

salem 

hofmann 
maitland 
Campbell 





... who's no. 27 — is there a man in the 

attic? ... use coke bottle burglar alarms ... 

snakes, worms, and frogs — good fly 

catchers ... fallen drawers and yellow slips 

... think big — it's a wiz to fill a96-z... heel 

butch! ... would somebody like to do 

something nice for daddy huey? ... is the 

guest room full — oops! ... madame fifi's 

french parlor — why would you want to 

show a boy your bedroom? ... business is 

booming! ... lyre bird schenely — he wants 

a cheap thrill ... who do you want, I or II? 

... what's this, paul at the weekend — he's 

a sweetheart ... there's something about 

those tallahassee cops — wicked! ... who 

"nose" about the strange markings on the 

door? ... breakfast with asmile! ... Il'sv.w. 

caps the cops ... social anyone? ... mutt & 

jeff ... longdistance — oh, it'sjust for dede 

... oh no, it's a "busted" birthday cake ... 

georgia, you have mud on your stockings 

... Where's marian? ... mail's here ... it's a 

girl mom ... hey pledges, give me an "a"! 

... coffee flavored shower anyone? ... 

don't stand there, the t.v. won't like it ... is 

this our little kitchen? ... you have been 

selected to close the house this week — 

your duties are .. angels? ... love hera ... 






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1 . s. moharg 

2. e. naclerio 

3. p. taylor 

4. s. vernon 

5. b. harvey 

6. I. bell 

7. c. skarda 

8. m. lewis 

9. k. boyd 

10. c. may 

1 1. p. anderson 

12. p. edwards 

13. r. stone 

14. b.brickett 

15. h. romph 



16. a. 
17.g. 

18. s. 

19. m 

20. n. 



21. s. 

22. a, 

23. b 

24. n 

25. s. 

26. s. 

27. b 

28. b 

29. j. 



meadows 
everett, pres. 
reid 
. gatten 

moharg 

staten 

kilgore 

evans 

nubar 

page 

godawa 

marchich 

paul 
fontenot 



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... the house with the winding staircase 
... k.b., fiji sweetheart ... serenade from 
the servers ... take a dinner roll ... watch 
out for the big b's ... sigma phi epsilon 
winter sweetheart from boaz ... 
basketball champs ... open house and 
noise and people, people, people ... 
human checkers on a built-in board ... 
it's a mad, mad world ... when the candle 
went around five times ... beep, beep ... 
honk, honk? ... chat 'n' chew ... the 
greatest mom ... the clean upstairs foyer 
... who'll fix teddy's piano? ... could it 
be roosevelt? ... ta-rue ... true, maybe? ... 
you know ... sisters forever ... sharing 
and caring ... 





gamma phi beta officers: front row: r. taylor, social chmn., s. gore, 
panhellenic chmn., c. herrington, recording secretary; second row: b. 
paul, pledge director, e. naclerio, scholarship chmn., k. osborne, 
standards chmn., n. nubar, house manager, g. everett, president, s. 
godawa, membership chmn. 





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k. mullendore 


16. 


c. hartley 


2. 


m. newton 


17. 


p. northrup 


3 


m. snow 


18. 


c. cooper 


4. 


m. newton 


19. 


m. lowman 


5. 


n. pope 


20. 


p. barr 


6. 


c. maza 


21. 


b. pierce 


7. 


d. Campbell 


22. 


s. o'shea 


8. 


j. mack 


23. 


g. nicholas 


9. 


1. Simmons 


24 


b. schurig 


10. 


n. sackett 


25 


c. turner 


11. 


j.hill 


26 


s. asker 


12. 


c. dalrymple 


27. 


1. holderman 


13 


c. mcdevitt 


28. 


s. josephson 


14. 


p. black 


29. 


b. borje 


15. 


s. edmonds 








30. t. hodge 

31 . m. Stephens, pres. 

32. j. wood 

33. t. binion 

34. V. vetter 

35. k. moran 

36. c. holden 

37. g. bennett 

38. j. kellog 

39. c. cook 

40. c. moore 
41.j.plitz 

42. g. sosby 

43. p. herndon 




... oldie goldie night on friday ... it was 
the year of the anchor ... blow it off ... 
on the dg line ... seniors unchained ... the 
12 to 1 click ... dynamic duos ... 
midnight confessions ... no time left for 
... what a beating ... right in the back ... 
don't vote for the pecker, vote for the 
beak ... swimming in budweiser creek ... 
can't someone get the phi delts out of 
sybil's room ... hosephones and 
tambourines ... a regurgitator for a favor 
... won't you come home bill lindsey? ... 
what's new pussycat? ... sae's ... wedding 
bells aren't breaking up the old gang of 
mine ... it's a bananoo! ... girls, girls, 
fines will be given!! ... she's a dg, dg 
sweeter than a honey bee ... candlelight 
... kelly, we're still waiting ... chub debs 
and junior plenties ... are you rippling? 
... did you hear? — amy got a date! ... 
big ho - thelast of the original flowers ... 
how do, my name is sue ... fake ... does 
every dg have a date with a football 
player? ... when we leave, this house will 
crumble ... can you do the tom Jones? ... 
i love you budman ... who passed the 
pencil test? ... a phi across the sea is 
better than no phi at all ... i'd rather be 
blue thinking of you ... 






1 . r. shellnut 

2. a. urban 
3. j. segal 

4. m. mowrey 

5. j. pansa 

6. g. waldon 

7. c. Vaughn 

8. m. hendrickson 

9. m. gregory 

10. I. peacock 

1 1 . d. echols 

12. c. I'engle 
1 3. n. roark 

14. m. whichard 



1 5. a. chartrand 

16. k. anderson 

17. t. mccabe 

18. I. nations 

19. c. robinson 

20. n. noel 

21. c. Stephenson 

22. m. gugeler 

23. g. dinnard 

24. t. calland 

25. d. Johnson 

26. j.taylor 

27. n. pepper 

28. d. rogers 




29. p. amoroso 

30. c. hayn 

31 . b. bray 

32. j. douglas 

33. d. desmond 

34. c. bonifay 

35. m. dark 

36. d. rigsby 

37. c. I'orange 

38. p. hudson, pres. 

39. b.f rates 

40. k. hartley 

41 . f. adams 

42. p. morton 



43. m. gregory 

44. m.peagler 

45. c. hodges 

46. p. Windham 

47. s. rutherford 

48. p. Wilson 
49. k. crevasse 

50. c. cooper 

51 . c. coram 

52. t. wing 

53. s. daniel 

54. c. crum 

55. m. crouch 

56. p. hardy 





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... happiness is a beautiful newinome... keg 
block seating ... men in the halls ... shaving 
cream fights ... a frog in montgomery's 
closet ... a tri delta man like de ... your 
father's mustache weekend 
engagements ... seniors-rah diah 
furniture that walks away ... mud fights in 
the front yard ... spring ... diets ... slumber 
parties on the sleeping porch ... triple 
deckers ... weekend trips ... house 
dedication, with our love to dr. wheel ... 
slow-children at play ... the age of 
aquarius ... nine of the sharpest winter 
pledges ... breaking and entering ... a color 
tv-our thanks to the lambda chi's ... 
painting leo with transluscent paint ... the 
"bat" of peace ... a phone call on sara, ida, 
shaw, or is it martin? ... mom powell all 
the delta time ... a purple room ... rippling 
... four corners dancing lessons ... tri 
delta's own triple crown winner, carolyn 
cooper ... "what a bummer" ... t.c. 
homecoming court ... changing times ... 
happiness is being happy ... happiness is 
being a tri delta ... 








1. p. bunker 

2. I. outlaw 

3. j. tedder 

4. p. hunt 

5. d. daniels 

6. c. deitrich 

7. s. ball 

8. s. Winchester 

9. I. galietti 

10. c. swigler 

1 1. s. Jones 

12. m. desmond 

13. p. mason 

14. b. appieton 

15. b. karipis 

16. m. Sullivan 

17. d. dardar 



18. j. richardson 

19. s. kenyon 

20. s. coleman 

21 . e. osborne 

22. b. cayson 

23. d. edwards 

24. j. Stevens 

25. b. herod 

26. a. brien 

27. e. brewer 

28. s. warren 

29. d. art 

30. m. bellafiore 

31 . a. martinez 

32. j. Campbell 

33. s. coffey 

34. m. Stafford 




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... that's tacky ... plopped on ... the 
brown helmet ... friday the 13th ... easy 
rider ... seniors first ... hoggin' it ... pi 
kappa phi happy hour ... animal farm ... 
float-number one ... toad ... sh-h-h 
galiette's taking names ... does anybody 
want a date tonight? he's real nice and 
makes his own clothes! ... quiet hours ... 
Where's my soap? ... has anybody seen 

my ... now, ya'll ... bulldog and 

themis ... the rain!! ... it's a fine ... don't 
feel put upon ... pickers ... you found 
another and p-p-d-d-t-t-t you were gone 
... i'm so-o-o cold! ... remember the face 
in the window, girls? ... kappa sig 
watertight ... two hijacked pledge 
trainers ... bucket ... pick me br-r-r sniff 
... you're out of order ... and stuff ... 




35. j. 

36. b 

37. b 

38. b 



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40 
41 
42 

43. n, 

44. d, 

45. n, 

46. b. 

47. r. 

48. s. 

49. b. 

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russell 
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Williams 
banks 
Jamison 
schanbacher 
Wiley 
daley 
poteet 
condo 
martin 
kovac 
gee 

schanbacher 
rs. barry 




zeta officers: paula bunker, recording secretary, nancy condo, treasurer, babs cayson, vice president, barbara 
schanbacher, president, pam wiley, historian, peggy hunt, membership chairman, bobbie banks, panhellenic 
representative. 



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1 . g. rotter 


17. c. cleland 


2. j. bartels 


18. c. christian 


3. b. alvarez 


19. d. tracy 


4. c. rotter 


20. V. tipton 


5. c. parkes 


21 . k. bennett 


6. n. lynn 


22. m. duebler 


7. s. gordon 


23. c. bullard 


8. s. slane 


24. r. thrash 


9. c. alvarez 


25. m. kring 


10. m. blankenship 


26. V. box 


1 1 . m. starnes 


27.d.dodd 


12. m. thorne 


28. a. folwell 


13. b. bayer 


29. k. bailey 


14. k. balistreri 


30. s. croley 


15. d. lasota 


31. s. thomas 


16. c. langpaul 






32. k. whitehurst 

33. I. martin 

34. I. lastinger 

35. c. lafavour 

36. p. ward 

37. b. home 

38. m. mcintosh 

39. 1. owens 

40. p. shaughnessy 

41 . d. Oliver 

42. a. Webster 

43. I. zoghby 

44. I. watson 

45. k. doyle 

46. j. Clark 



47. j. dunphy 

48. i. meyer 

49. a. armstrong 

50. s. harrison, pres. 

51 . c. mcgann 
52. m. yon 

53. d. hultgren 

54. r. turner 

55. s. karlay 

56. m. guthrie 

57. j. donohue 

58. e. gilmore 

59. a. mcgee 

60. s. ledbetter 

61 . s. langley 




... hallmark drafts bailey ... maggie - 
you're legal, 21 years ... kites fly as well 
as birds ... theta's waitas make it to the 
soup bowl ... nanner, nanner, nanner ... 
rush, raindrops keep falling on our heads 
... executive board meetings result in 
high flying thetas ... kaye gets a horse for 
Christmas ... wedding march ... bebop's 
smile game ... kitty cents and noncents 
... la stinger gets a plane instead of a pin 
... alpha chapter 21 club ... theta's a 100 
years old ... homecoming queen, most 
original float, 1st place skit ... service- 
men surprise ... tri phis - lifetime guaran- 
tee? ... new house - april fools ... a! baby 
vs barbarella ... sister angelica is a theta 
... firedrill for the fijis ... the coed hilton 
... our own California prom queen ... 
maybe kitt, we'll soon be scholars ... mr. 
hall plays santa claus ... twy's date for 
homecoming? ... minny mouse meets 
mighty ... pike "white" Christmas ... let's 
play dressup ... who said who was a 
load? ... turtles turn to football ... little 
rabbit foo foo? ... groovin' groover ... as 
long as he needs me ... withered roses in 
the living room ... gee, our very own 
parking lot ... 







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1. s. skyrms 


18. 


p. alderman 


2. d. whitaker 


19. 


h. hagelauer 


3. c. tscarios 


20. 


p. sakkis 


4. m. purcell 


21. 


s. droughman 


5. b. reeder 


22. 


s. levan 


6. t. rappold 


23. 


m. ell is 


7. m. westenhiser 


24. 


g. melanese 


8. p. Whitney 


25. 


s. neck 


9. d. holtzman 


26. 


p. stratton 


10. b. ennis 


27. 


c. lawthorn, pres 


11.1. Johnson 


28. 


d. sullivan 


12. e. loe 


29. 


a. Oakland 


13. m. brown 


30. 


p. geary 


14. d. von glahn 


31. 


m. murphy 


15. 1. lowry 


32. 


c. bell 


16. m. macphail 


33. 


c. hundley 


17. g. westenhiser 


34 


b. newsome 







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... "kappa delta reflections" ... that old 
kd spirit ... girls in diamond pins ... 
province workshop 1970 ... "big dog" ... 
hohos in the street ... late nights for the 
homecoming float ... fraternity serenades 
... char-char ... lambda chi water fight ... 
spring weddings ... "wings locked 
together" ... girls in florence ... dp! tug 
of war team dp! ... three ... serious times 
of service ... dance through the ages amy 
... how about some old 44's cdp ... "we 
love you waiters" ... sunning on the fire 
escape ... my baby loves me! ... oldy 
goldy parties ... one red hen ... don't say 
goodbye ... "we love you mom" ... never 
stop hoping little dutch girl ... hank, 
could you ... heavy chicks ... senior 
banquet ... friendships true that last 
forever ... 






1 


s. osher 


18 


e. ivey 


2 


k. fischer 


19 


t. farley 


3 


c. haller 


20 


p. miller 


4 


n. Jennings 


21 


m. bauer 


5 


p. tucker 


22 


s. heare 


6. 


m. owens 


23. 


t. siviter 


7. 


c. rifenburg 


24. 


s. murr 


8. 


a. graham 


25. 


c. binion 


9. 


j. osher 


26. 


p. franklin 


10. 


c. coburn 


27. 


s. hagen 


11. 


m. godwjn 


28. 


r. Williams 


12. 


d. shashy 


29. 


k. busch 


13. 


e. godwin 


30. 


g. lenington 


14. 


n. kelley 


31. 


J. chapman 


15. 


m. bishop 


32. 


s. burgess 


16. 


n. shashy 


33. 


k. tucker 


17. 


j. trescott 


34. 


b. hopkins 




35. c. buerger 

36. d.newsome 

37. k. yoder 

38. p. sislen 

39. d. degarmo 

40. s. murphy 

41 . d. schmall 

42. n. Williams 

43. j. eppinger 

44. j. pike 

45. j. bucci 

46. c. boyd 

47. I. finlayson 
48. c. reagan, pres. 

49. I. Johnson 

50. m.bartlett 

51 . m. griesbaum 




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... strawberry fields forever ... buckeye ... 
murrhead ... we've flipped our wigs ... you 
rascal ... flannel nightie and fire escapes ... 
the eyes are the most expressive part of 
the body ... el, can you buy ... not another 
pledge prank! ... kappa pledges are 
"flour" children ... b.r.'s ... raindrops are 
fallin' in the dining room ... la serva breaks 
a record ... 



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1 . r. hanlon 
2. 1.lopez 
S.d.lyles 
4. t. gravely 
5.f. matthews 
6. r. labasky 
7.j.updegraff 
8. r. morris 
S.g.stinson 

10. r. Jackson, pres. 

1 1 . h. redd 

12. m.ford 

13. p.douglas 

14. r. Williams 



15.g. home 

16. m. lucas 

17. j.guemple 

18. a. gardener 
19. 1, matthews 

20. m. wood 

21 . b. anderson 
22. j. Collins 

23. n. santacruz 

24. j. lee 

25. s. german 

26. e. wynne 

27. t. barnum 



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28. g. mannheimer 
29.C. pigott 

30. b.donnelly 

31 . p. bowen 

32. r. leonard 

33. r. raffa 

34. b. bean 
35.f. walper 

36. j. carter 

37. r. law 

38. r. hedge 

39. g. eichenauer 

40. b. crona 



41 . b. brasington 
42.b.scanlon 

43. m. mcadams 

44. b. ramella 

45. g. lee 

46. V. simmers 

47. r. meadows 
48.g. hiatt 

49. b. doty 

50. w. myers 

51 . m.orsban 

52. j. carrier 

53. c. morris 





... from oysters at the a-f rame to parties at 
the estate, lambda chi's do it all ... vice 
pres of the student body, senior class 
pres , pres of ifc, pres of the housemothers 
assoc. ; you name it, we've got it ... number 
2 in football but number 1 in basketball; 
hot rod, flo, and stork saw to that ... 
champion pig player of the backyard 
court? ford's got it wrapped up ... but 
then, there's always pez ... fall rush brings 
on 18 new brothers, and plenty of new life 
... who says frats are dying? ... kappas and 
Ixa build most beautiful float; but where 
was it in the parade? ... Christmas tree 
hunt, ford's dead ... dg house all wrapped 
up ... whale chained to the anchor, yea 
pledges ... ok p.i.'s, tri delts receive color 
tv; those Ixa's have big hearts ... dugie adds 
to the upstairs carpet ... thews, dows, 
buck, bobba lou & a-tip, hard, pig-it, 
Charlie tuna, strick-dick, mons, peahead, 
gator, flo, f, red man, rog, dodo, mella, 
rafter, heimer, scobie ... kappas move in 
for the weekend ... happy hour ... marlys 
and long distance calls ... the a-frame is 
dead, but the frat lives on ... hurray for the 
year of the lambda ... go big green ... 




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1 . p. bramblet 

2. s. roesch 

3. j. danielson 

4. m. gowing, pres. 

5. j. mixner 
6.t. sepielli 

7. m. bissett 

8. s. moore 
9. j. drew 

10. m. cooper 
ll.d.elliot 
12. a. love 
13. 1. wall 
14. d. Callahan 

15. s. rikley 

16. b. bond 

17. b. poison 

18. b.bond 
19. 1, soverns 



20. p. robinson 

21 . j.stambaugh 

22. m. poison 

23. c. crews 

24. j. millitzer 
25.j.barthle 

26. c. lawrence 

27. m. hicks 

28. c. prescher 

29. i.stutzer 

30. b. krause 
31.1. nagelson 

32. s. gingery 

33. j. haus 
34. 1.scheibel 

35. p. chiles 

36. k. pressly 

37. j. dorr 

38. b. alexander 




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gatchel 


40. 


b. 


watkins 


41. 


s. 


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42. 


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43. 


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44. 


J- 


ferris 


45. 


t. 


rickett 


46. 


b 


deitz 


47. 


c. 


west 


48. 


b 


taber 


49 


P 


. hoover 


50 


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turnbull 


51 


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52 


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hood 


53 


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houseman 


54 


b 


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55 


a 


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56 


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... take a gamble at the pi phi casino ... are 
you ripplin? ... who has lost their closet 
again? ... birdlegs! ... sin! sin! sin! ... with 
help of the magic glove ... "funny girl" 
rules the house ... pool-a-pledge party ... 
risk our hair for you? ... senior nights at 
the "hizza put" ... cash hall tonight? ... 
surly pledges ... sleeping on the ceiling is 
fun ... yeah, rhoda ... laveliered one night, 
pinned the next ... blackout-february 1 ... 
what are the sae's doing upstairs? ... 
gatlinburg weekends ... pledge night no. 1 
... sophomore strip ... ka kidnappers ... 
pikes one time! ... diamonds galore ... q., 
are you going to gainesville this weekend? 
... a., does the sun rise? ... how would you 
like to split a split? ... wake-up, g. ... 
anyone going to fort walton? ... is the gulf 
wind blowing tonight? ... oh, gross me 
out! ... i'm not real sure it is any of your 
business ... sarna ... another Saturday night 
at the pi phi house ... close door when 
leaving ... mary margaret truman and 
that's why the pi phi's drink beer ... 





1 . g. kenney 


16. 


s. gulledge 


2. h. guice 


17 


d. Starr 


3. b. claytor 


18 


e. vandergriff 


4. t. cannon 


19. 


j. spencer 


5. j. madden 


20 


r. chinnis 


6. e. eakes 


21 


b. baker 


7. j. Johnson 


22. 


j. mcswain 


8. r. clary 


23. 


b. weathers 


9.t. knight 


24 


m. Clifford 


10. j. meade 


25. 


d. hammond 


1 1. k. monfort 


26 


d. haltiwanger 


12. r. moore 


27. 


c. mcleod 


13. d. peery 


28. 


c. reisinger, pres 


14. h. rapp 


29. 


h. brownett 


15. d. cogan 










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... fall rush brought heavy member 
increase ... baker bounced back ... huck 
and herb visited the woods while 
governor checked out the closet ... rallies 
moved from enh 317 to farm ... winter 
froze out happy hour ... s.g. 
elections— you can't win everything ... 
byrd took another quarter off— where 
will he live next? ... red ralph led 
football, volleyball blitz ... little sisters 
carried saddles ... raiders invade keys ... 
wanger and gink out-dressed each 
other— what happened to delma? ... hh 
perfects yellow journalism ... chevy 
racing team grows ... owl feathers were 
ruffled as pi kapps wise up ... spring 
brought massive jewelry exchange ... 
shutout at pc turned into ft. walton 
blowout ... intramural championship 
shared with jocks ... dg's wonder where 
the anchor went ... brad takes most 
sacred award ... pencil yields rose to 
donna ... ricehead ends up on 
top— cuddles takes a break 
headquarters boarded up ... c.t. finally 
ready? ... 






1 . g. hemstreet 

2. p. muth 

3. b. roberts 
4.C. banks 
5.g. mixon 
e.j.talley 
7. d. stokes 
S.j.pearce 
9.g. harvey 

lO.j.rowell 
1 1 . m. english 



12.j.brannen 
13.e. kogelshatz 

14. m.zahn 

1 5. d. fields 
le.j.farrell 
17. j.seager 
18.b. winfree 
19. m. england 
20.S. caruso 
21.b.davis 
22.j.casbon 



23. p. hill 

24. b. Williams, pres. 

25. c. pool 

26. s. glass 

27. s. brock 

28. b. proctor 

29. k. mckenzie 
30.r. beal 

31. b. kirk 

32. t. parsons 

33. c. clony 




34.j.montgomery 
35. b. banks 
Se.t.harkness 

37. j.caruso 

38. r. miller 
39.m.fettig 

40. d. sample 

41 . j. romano 

42. s. Johnson 

43. b.gridley 

44. b. boynton 



45. t. smith 

46. d. batchelor 

47. s. bigham 

48. s. crooms 

49. s. merritt 

50. p.gridley 

51 . c. mason 

52. s. montgomery 





... after the smoke cleared the e's found 
they had another great rush ... hash was a 
bear ... no. 1 in intramurals again this year 
... we did make some great scores ... with a 
little pot-luck we won swimming ... 
football was represented by a lot of good 
numbers 43, 64, 77, 76, 44, 18, 19 ... 
flagpole sitting seems to be gaining 
popularity ... although we didn't come 
out on top in baseball, we did get a lot of 
good hits ... to hell with hell week ... 
pledges had a great time on their bar-b-que 
in boynton's field ... the naked runner will 
be back for another wild weekend ... 
congratulations to ammon, galloway ... 
spring was a super ball around here ... the 
e's are riding high this year ... 

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1 1. m.gurtis 


2. m. metcalfe 


12. s.whilden 


3.t.kiser 


13. s. Johnson 


4. b. bell 


14. k. marr 


S.s.eubanks 


IS.j.amos 


6. V. pendergrass 
7. 1. lewallen 

8. e.george 

9. b. baer 
lO.k.stillwell 


16. c. day 

17. p. king 

IS.j.bowen 

19.j.hollis 

20. k.tjernstrom 



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... "we got the sigma spirit" ... ten reserved 
tables at the skyline ... post-initiation 
ritual at the h.h. ... dedication at the keg 
for p.k. ... president of garnet key ... grand 
czar ... president of Jennie roses ... ato 
sweetheart ... little colonel ... sig ep 
calendar girl ... farkle family reunion ... 
coff, jocko, fat pat, berg, pendergraff, 
warren, zanne, bon bon, space queen ... 
"who said that?" ... "you're just jealous" 
... "what do you get when you fall in 
love?" ... brown bags are "in" ... old 
macdonald had a farm with a duck, quack, 
buck, and a moo moo ... "isn't that fowl?" 
... "mary smith is a — !" ... cover girl ... 
pre-skit warm-ups ... most appropriate 
float ... are you rippling on the fire 
escape? ... big mac and taco runs ... water 
fight champs ... another keg party at 
chink's? ... a. a. clinic ... chaires ... "jump 
back, loretta" ... "who got hit by that mac 
truck?" ... gushing gurtis and babbling 
becton ... head slapper ... we're room no. 
1, Where's room no. 4? ... lynne's place — 
B-27 ... "we've got a graveyard over there" 
... d.b. ... what's that door doing in my 
bed? - or on the front porch! ... well, if 
you can't take a joke! ... the weekend ... 
band? what band? ... coast party? what 
coast party? ... date? what date? ... harry 
and the big "o" ... "jetplane" ... was "moo 
moo" mortified at lum's? ... "god knows" 



21. m.dees 
22.j.gentes 

23. mrs. nevin 

24. m. leonard 
25. 1, mcfarland 

26. m. brand 

27. m. hoag 

28. 1.donald, pres. 
29. s. gurtis 
30.d. wiehaus 



31. s. cooper 
32. 1, miller 

33. j. kimsey 

34. a.eng 

35. n. whidden 

36. s. badger 

37. n.atwood 

38. V. white 

39. m. ready 
40.5. hitzler 





1 . j. gentry 


16. 


m. Phillips 


2. k. grierson 


17. 


s. lester 


3. s. reed 


18. 


k. smernis 


4. d. white 


19. 


j. kilpatrick 


5. k. hamilton 


20. 


k. funchess 


6. b. Olson 


21. 


t. armston 


7.d. moffett 


22. 


1. pratt 


8. p. dark 


23. 


s. kane 


9. k. white 


24. 


1. kindred 


10. j. weaver 


25. 


k. lahrmon 


1 1. b. pr-ddock 


26. 


d. middlebrooks 


12. c. short 


27. 


j. o'gara 


13. d. gabel 


28. 


h. huey 


14. b. cash 


29. 


s. stroberg 


15. k. haverty 


30. 


a. mazzarella 




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31 . s. hagan 

32. p. wingfield 

33. I. shedd 

34. m. brandon 

35. s. stroberg 

36. s. thomas 

37. d. stark 

38. m. kendrick 

39. r. coon 

40. I.trigg 

41 . s. teague 

42. s. Stephens 

43. k. mcknight 

44. b. stichler 

45. m. robjnson 



46. I. wing, pres. 

47. r.ford 

48. m. santner 

49. g. harrison 

50. b. craig 

51 . j. navartil 

52. j. burke 

53. I. Olson 

54. k. wells 

55. I. dark 

56. j. keiser 

57. s. barone 

58. g. blanning 








... sorry, you don't qualify for ibb ... it's 
a t.p. party ... what's a golden jubilee? ... 
danny's miss pananna city ... are you 
kidding nne? ... number one for two 
years in campus sing, can we do it again? 
... guess who called? ... i'm not going to 
any more candlelights; this is getting 
ridiculous ... what's a fungus? ... weed of 
the work ... another watertight? ... 
they're climbing in my window ... are we 
really going to have a weekend? ... do 
they have any favors at all? ... are you 
ripplin'? ... fish is back ... who stole my 
cigarettes? ... captain america rides again 
... but his hair's short ... our own dr. 
zhivago ... little sister football takes its 
toll ... the head beagle? ... oh ho! the 
bat's loose! ... mozzarella and barona ... 
beware - standards strikes every five 
seconds ... a turtle derby trophy? ... 
valentines in november ... there's a flying 
saucer over the phi mu house ... new 
phones - at last! ... keiser, how did you 
get in who's who, or is it what's what? . 
i know i'm not supposed to do this but . 
the great purple sigma is going to get me . 
marathon dinners ... initiation til 3 am . 
whose hair are you wearing tonight? . 
let's go play ... kate, sing us an irish ditty 
... a $23 phone bill to Canada? ... sigmas 
loving, sharing, and giving ... it's snowing 
all year round ... 











1 . d. norman 
2. c. hague 

3. s. arnsdorf 

4. m. pike 

5. j. Crawford 

6. r.doyle 

7. d. norman 

8. r. hamrick 

9. s. Wakefield 

10. m. hipps 

1 1 . r. mick, pres. 

12. b. hunsucker 
1 3. k. martin 

14. c. arick 

15. t. dickson 

16. I. earle 

17. g. ciotoii 



18. j. owens 

19. m. maccampbell 

20. t. marcinak 
21 . e. croteau 

22. j. faye 

23. n. bower 

24. k. tchantz 

25. e. hockenberry 

26. j. goodricli 

27. d. schimmack 

28. a. levings 

29. b.daiey 

30. r. munson 

31 . c. vatikiotis 

32. s. marable 

33. w. langston 

34. m. bromiey 





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... roses are red ... violets are purple ... it 
was a sig epic year ... checkbook chuck 
finally ran out of luck, so did maggot ... 
the grunge made it back with the banana 
... remember the "games in gainesville" 
... casino night ... the west Virginia flash, 
marc mazo, takes the big o trophy ... 
"ripple cripples" ... why does costa keep 
riding by the pi phi house? ... sam says 
you can find anything in the minute 
market ... "goddammit pike!" 
something new for lunch, baloney 
sandwiches ... blitz ... bob mick? ... oh, 
he's over at the i.f.c. office ... down in 
the basement pushin' steel ... arnswierd 
is a wildman ... "nice catch bromley" ... 
marcinak's car returns to the kd lot, only 
in a different spot ... eridu u ... trox's 
smoke doesn't send signals anymore ... 
wally's back ... martin retires as "b" of 
the decade ... hey luke, you seen the 
hunter? ... what about the flambeaus? ... 
charmin' norman for associate justice ... 
there's a lizard in the kitchen ... 
Christmas basketball champs ... killer 
kraus graduates after 8 majors and 
untold hours credit ... deacon's midnight 
snack committee ... croteau's meat truck 
... what goes with dick norman? ... 
mustard and relish ... the phantom and 
the roach are still around ... never knew 
a redhead that didn't ... up on the roof 
... peggy, rosemary and sue — our 
sweethearts ... is wakefield on top at 
last? ... what volleyball tournament? ask 
bernie, the minuteman ... charlie hague 
where are you? ... marble lover munson 
... a Panama city weekend ... 



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1 . c. cason 17.j.hendry 

2. r. mceachern 18.k. hitt 

3. s. bass 19. t. palmer 

4. p. halt 20. f. hanshaw 

5. p. mooy 21.t.hawkins 

6. m. elements 22. r. cuny 
y.j.moore 23. b. wild 
S.j.jones 24. r. free 
g.j.munoz 25. g. anderson 

10. g. montgomery 26.t.davis 

11. j. hellinger 27.b.balint 

12. b. lee 28. t. cason 
IS.b.revell 29. b. wolfe 

14. r. parsons 30. t. thompson 

15. m. link 31.s. rause 

16. b. harper 32.j.lytton 





... best pledge class ever initiated — dirty 
dozen ... congrats on your grades ... 
brothers ... decent ... party at the villa! 
... who has my belt? ... hey fletch! 
personal responsibility? ... neanderthal 
ball another big success with "the 8 of 
us" ... what happened to the miami 
clique? ... lurkin' ... hertz-rent-a-sig ... j. 
dupree-aipha gam man ... homecoming 
and the spaceman couldn't get off the 
ground ... save your green stamps ... pbr 
man ... that's out of order ... bono's ... 
who's got our skin? ... fuzzy faces 
snatch is on for derby ... sig's complete 
another successful year ... 




33. d. mclean 


49 


a. guy 


34. d. bailey 


50 


b. nordan 


35. w. hogan 


51 


m. wilcox 


36. b. kicklighter 


52 


d. burke 


37. b. avirett 


53 


w. Clarke 


38. p. joanos 


54. 


j. carpenter 


39.r. o'dell 


55. 


b.sebolt 


40. j. dupree 


56. 


b. sproull 


41 .d. Campbell 


57. 


m. hines 


42. r. atteridg 


58. 


r. vallee, pres 


43. r. mccoy 


59. 


j. mcmillan 


44. c. newcomer 


60. 


p. kelly 


45. b. palmer 


61. 


g. castro 


46. j. smith 






47. n. prine 






48. r. benton 
















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1. 


j. schmeck 


2. 


r. howell 


3. 


b. marshall 


4. 


r. burch 


5. 


g. trussler 


6. 


j.daly 


7. 


c. dent 


8. 


s. tarver 


9. 


p. kirby 


10. 


t. martin 


11 


a. morrison 


12 


j. tiedleberg 


13. 


r. rotzko 



14. c. iacino, pres. 

15. r. zapp 

16. w. gleaton 

17. h. ireland 

18. s. lawrence 

19. p. winters 

20. I. mclaughiin 

21. j. mcdowell 

22. m. hauer 

23. g. zollo 

24. r. dykeman 

25. b. Johnson 



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27. g. 

28. j. 

29. t. 

30. r. 
31. e. 

32. r. 

33. p. 

34. t. 

35. h. 

36. g. 

37. r. 



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maruniak 
shaughnessy 
hightower 
peeler 
davis 
matson 
fleming 
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... wonder what nu-nu is doing for 
din-din? ... why does pooh always start 
the water fights... what makes the clerk 
cry once a nnonth? ... is b.w. up for fly 
of the year award again? ... just what 
fraternity does fijicino belong to 
anyway? ... where does r.r. acquire his 
refreshments week after week? ... will 
e.g. remain pure forever? ... who will 
gain the phantom - frater title once c.o. 
is gone? ... the ugliest, dirtiest rah-rahs 
can be found in willis' room... who fixed 
the only bell that went "yinQ-ying"? ... 
what makes waiter bigger than his 
stove... why is c.i.'s bomb still running? 
... how come the front lawn is never 
there? ... 





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le.g.guensler 


2.r. rigsby 


17.r. beaty 


S.b.waxmen 


IS.f.ioos 


4. f. walker 


19. b. Stevens 


S.m.gavalas 


20. c. fuller 


6. j. king 


21.r. zacur 


7. b. shea 


22.b. knowles 


S.b.rishoi 


23. r. butler 


S.a.j.grimaldi 


24. b.piccirilli 


lO.b. widmann 


25.g.davidson 


ll.v.gavalas 


26.j.bell 


12.k.comptofi 


27.b.o'donnell 


13. s. hall 


28. m. mcgrew 


14. h. beckert 


29. s. O'Connor 


IS.d.wright 










... an outstanding year in rush ... only 
fraternity to have two weekends - first to 
Panama city, first togatlinburg, next year 
- hawaii? ... four phi's sign pro football 
contracts, including bill cappleman, first 
round draft choice of the minnesota 
vikings ... brotherhood outstanding ... 
blue, blue, blue ... bowery ball once again 
a gala "formal" event ... won first annual 
ifc golf tournament ... actor burt reynolds 
returns to alma mater for founder's day 
banquet ... phi's on football, baseball, 
golf, track and tennis teams ... water 
fights, infamous serenades, keg parties ... 
campus sing and phi delt soapbox derby 
great successes ... is there any other way to 
go but number one?! ... 



30. j. garrison 
31. j. burke 
32.b.dawkins 
33.b.braithwaite 

34. b. weber 

35. g. Henderson 

36. V. vickers 

37. b. Simmons 

38. r. stambaugh, pres. 
39.j.nowakowski 
40.b.esielionis 
41.e. kindler 

42. p. O'Connor 
43.g.ott 







1 .j. ivey 
2.t.stagg 
3.f. Harrison 

4. r. hoover 

5. r. coleman 
6. g. groves 
7. r. plaster 
S.j.lesso 
9.h.fletcher 

lO.b.york 

1 l.j.rutherford 



12. m. holmes 
IS.d.ferrel 

14. r. holliday 

15. j. hopkins 
16. 1.cisney 
17. 1, bray 
18. e.goolsby 
19. d. lane 
20.t.bayer 
21. b. Jones 
22.d.benoit 



23.d.anderson 
24. r. hassberger 
25.j.kelly 
26. d. gardener 
27.g.dumont 

28. d. steins 

29. r. wagner 

30. j. underwood, pres. 

31. t. lohman 

32. b. Swindell 

33. j. sporich 



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... moonspin ... the traveling spam can ... 
ferrell's accident ... the fantastic song 
practices ... the hermitage ... mr. edwards 
and the "charge" ... can i see your 
identification mr. harrison ... evert otis... 
"if i were out on a desert starving and had 
this to eat, i would still be out in the desert 
starving" ... "pick me, pick me" ... ulcers 
... five years of freedom and two weeks to 
go, "let's get pinned" ... motion for a keg 
Saturday — passed ... neophyte ball ... 
mcdaniel - "i'll be there within a month" 
... heavy ... carnival man, again ... naked 
man in the hall ... dieting can be fun - 
especially around here ... dungeon party 
... ferff ... in the first place ... I.e. verfus ... 
water fights ... serenades ... social tuesday 
night ... just what do you think you're 
doing sporich? ... 






1 . n. sposetti 


20. p. miller 


2. b. meadows 


21. k. collier 


3. c. weatherred 


22. s. lynn 


4. j. deramo 


23. s. Johnson 


5. t. blankner 


24. b. nichols 


6. m. fade 


25. m. Strickland 


7. m. o'neal 


26. a. fitzpatrick 


8. 1. vaught 


27. 1. lee 


9. n. ford 


28. 1. Patterson 


10. 1. swazey 


29. h.friel 


1 1 . s. small 


30. g. parker 


12. j. bonatz 


31 . m. cain 


13. g. scholz 


32. f. doty 


14. 1. fritz 


33. s. wood 


15. p. battle 


34. p. holladay 


16. c. harrell 


35. 1. allieri 


17. m. mcalpine 


36. e. bailey 


18. c. Crawford 


37. g. morgan 


19. m. chandler 


38. c. bradford 






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... our fortieth year at fsu ... starting the 
year with three new fraternity little 
sisters ... another candlelight? ... the 
pledges' choreography was great! ... 
why did the lambda chi's kidnap our 
president? ... up on the rooftop, ho, ho, 
ho ... lynn's trophy collection ... "marks 
of distinction" ... who told the busboys? 
... mud is thicker than water ... 
halloween and Christmas parties for kids 
... who's that knocking at our wall? ... 
rocky's a deer ... is dwight here to stay? ... 
cards and bastille day ... the circus twins 
... a wildwood weekend ... mother 
goose's tallent show! ... dana, what 
happened to 2:30 practice? ... joe buck at 
dinner? ... more space queens than the 
milky way ... myrick came home ... 
mary's and linda's coming out our ears ... 
a pound of true love ... dixie and friday 
night ... tv challenge for the march of 
dimes ... love, faith and hopey ... phi 
delts make the best busboys ... cool it! ... 
sue and michelle's invisible curtains ... 
midget-pooled again? ... dee, you're a mu 
alpha nu delta gamma reject ... dots are 
we! ... attitude check ... love and joy in 



our bond 



39. m. green 

40. m. zaruba 

41 . d. younie 

42. I. beard 

43. d. gray 

44. m. dardis 

45. d. fersch 

46. I. cox 

47. b. lynn, pres. 
48. c. turner 

49. b. plummer 

50. d. morgan 

51 . s. medley 

52. b. haynes 

53. j. fuller 

54. j. cratsenberg 

55. e. adkins 

56. r. church 

57. a. wander 

58. I. harden 









1 . b. Johnson 


17. 


d. fulton 


2. c. zinn 


18. 


j. davis, pres. 


3. p. rhodes 


19. 


e. middleton 


4. s. morrow 


20. 


b.dodd 


5. b. baldwin 


21. 


b. cooper 


6. s. walker 


22. 


h. hansen 


7. b. bostian 


23. 


1. forthman 


8. k. morse 


24. 


b. reed 


9. 1. peacock 


25. 


j. trickel 


10. e. mccary 


26. 


b. crowell 


1 1 . s. Oldham 


27. 


c. mathis 


12. s. pipkin 


28. 


j. marks 


13.j.ellis 


29. 


j. Johnson 


14. c. bianco 


30. 


s. anderson 


15. m. carpentieri 


31. 


b. naeseth 


16. j. bell 


32. 


e. boykin 




33. 


d. miller 


49. 


b. strong 


34. 


t. bliss 


50. 


t. baisden 


35. 


b. young 


51. 


s. browning 


36. 


1. taylor 


52. 


p. guy 


37. 


a. renschler 


53. 


g. lemeske 


38. 


m. corley 


54. 


b. sowers 


39. 


h. lenfesty 


55. 


c. alford 


40. 


j. henriques 


56. 


1. harrison 


41. 


1. harris 


57. 


c. chadbouri 


42. 


d. hasselo 


58. 


m. Williams 


43. 


f. lincoln 


59. 


m. pippen 


44. 


k. harrison 


60. 


s. varney 


45. 


b. corley 


61. 


d. alcock 


46. 


1. waddell 


62. 


m. wood 


47. 


p. thurmond 


63. 


b. rinehart 


48. 


m. goza 









... "consider yourself one of us" and a 
carnation for mother mims ... the 
singingest pledge class since 1895 ... 
sophs say "it's gettin' bigger every day" 
in perfect pitch ... and what about a 
cheap thrill?? ... is there true merit to 
nons? ... remember ina mae boles ... the 
long and the short of it in pledge trainers 
... will "tail" say "i decline?" ... what's 
the future of carnation face? ... happy 
heart ... jammin' in the kitchen can be 
fattening ... knitters anonymous will 
gather everyday for "love of life" ... 
what's the occasion christa? ... four dan- 
ces for a silent trouper ... "blowup" in 
black and white ... waiters come through 
at the pledge auction ... rodney says 
hoot ... another vain attempt to put 
perry on the map ... or watchula to you 
... floating to a most original disaster a- 
top a mushroom ... will the whole world 
end up in lost and found ... is discretion 
tackie? ... but who's got the cat food this 
quarter ... itbc rose ... 6:30 with m.m. ... 
snakin' spirit for sg ... groovin' ... harch 
... chi-o over and out! ... 





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... the future is in the stars and little books 
... win with woodie ... j.d. meets her true 
love in a bottle ... Joyce runs again ... i 
decline, i decline, i decline ... e. v. a. forces 
the issue ... picky, picky ... hide in the 
closet, she's coming ... are you going to 
san francisco ... jan, now isn't this being a 
bit childish ... what ditch? ... we're going 
to be l-a-t-e! ... where's the flag? ... my 
little jew-el ... hava na-gelah ... davvy out 
the salad ... green potatoes and bouncing 
jello ... pink lemonade, anyone? ... hot lips 
run in the family ... how long can you 
tread water ... dawning of the age of 
aquarius ... pledges due at 9:00? 10:00? 
11:00? ... cowgirl nancy, herds again ... 
what do all good pledges do? ... where's 
kathy's bear? ... don is alive and living in 
the rec room ... diamonds galore! ... get a 
candle for sister cin ... delta sig's invade 
the alpha phi house ... serving "boys"? ... 
dinner at 15 watts ... fat, fatter, fattest ... 
remember, don't be "clannish" ... 




1 . k. walsh 
2.q. Phillips 

3. c. maranto 

4. b. brunson 

5. p. Wilson 

6. d. luker 

7. k. moucha 

8. e. peyerl 

9. b. nicholas 



10.W. weiss 

1 1 . c. moran 

12. n.snyder 

13. s. burris, pres. 

14. c. corbin 
15. d. alien 

16. r. perlman 

17. m.geraci 
18.S. jeffers 



19. s. mcquady 

20. s. parker 

21 . c. moore 

22. p. hesler 

23. d. cravin 

24. k. rice 

25. s. bird 

26. k. sedlack 
27. 1, mauldin 



28. k.gowen 

29. d. petty 

30. p. clann 

31. m.reiiley 

32. w. wildner 

33. w. woodward 

34. a.giller 

35. 1, de jarnette 
36. c. ferraro 










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D E Lt A Z E T ^ 

... far be it from me! ! ... so hello, gorgeous 
... you mean we have to do the whole tape 
over tonight?? ... not spaghetti again?! ... 
quick, hide those coke bottles!! ... i didn't 
meet any neota sockett! ... water fights ... 
trophies... dream girl of delta zeta sung by 
who? ... another candlelight? ... chairs ... 
serenade who for our paddles?? ... room 
check ... card game, anyone? ... who's in 
my parking space? another all nighter ... 
priority, priority!! ... is the back door 
locked? ... pledges, upstairs!! ogre ... 
friday afternoon rallies ... 24 hour study 
signs ... d-delta delta ... thoughtful, 
understanding alums??... campus sing ... so 
what's new with scholarship? ... one large 
coke with a lot of ice ... homecoming 
trophy ... frog ... take a note ... i haven't 
heard from dick!! ... fagin ... jet plane ... 
libby's in orbit again ... a tremendous 
president ... buffy ... does paula ever 
sleep? ... oh stuff!!! ... weezer ... mom in 
guatemala!!? ... henry gibson by bones ... 
these are the same cookies you served last 
year!! ... delta zeta is all this, and much 
more ... 




1 . j. saxon 

2. c. bie 
3. 1, reiter 

4. m. mitchell 

5. m. riordan 

6. a. nicholson 

7. p. givens 

8. c. warden 

9. k. harris 

10. n.deshefy 

1 1 . p. mulloy 

12. c. miller 

13. a. price 

14. k. decamps 
15.1. milby 
16. 5. nicholson 



17. s. moore 

18. c. nelson 

19. n. wells 

20. d. Connors 
21.d.kelly 

22. r. harrell 

23. m.fray 

24. g. Callaway 

25. j. ross 

26. a. turner 

27. b. scribner 

28. m. murphy 
29.b. dohl 

30. b. chastain 

31 . m. madson 

32. p. ring 



33. a. gardner 

34. j. bird 

35. k. cibula 
36. 1, bantten 

37. b. Williams 

38. c. chadurgian 

39. d. cahill 

40. e. craig 
41.h.holliday 

42. s. sharpe 

43. m. howes 
44. 1, magness 

45. d. duke, pres. 

46. p. edmisten 

47. p. messervey 

48. d. dombrowski 



49. p. munn 
50. 1, huggan 

51 . c. Crawford 

52. e. padavano 

53. d. graves 

54. j. roche 

55. s. sagar 

56. g. downs 

57. j. swikard 

58. m. bachemin 

59. m. kennedy 

60. s. vause 

61 . j. munn 

62. p. bigham 

















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... what does theta chi mean? ... bailiff of 
the honor court ... track team ... kappa 
kappa psi ... baptist student union ... jazz 
lab band ... wrestling team ... faculty 
student biological science advisory 
committee ... omicron delta kappa ... 
order of omega ... golf team ... soccer 
team ... scabbard and blade ... music 
educators national conference ... karate 
club ... phi eta sigma ... ifc vice president 
for academic affairs ... phi kappa lambda 
... chairman of 1970 greek goddess 
contest ... undersecretaries of academic 
affairs, organizations, and student 
activities ... judo club ... phi mu alpha ... 
drum major ... alumni council ... voice of 
the marching chiefs ... secretary of 
campus organizations ... rifle team ... 
opera guild workshop ... marching chiefs 
... vice president of gold key ... 
swimming team ... theta chi means 
involvement ... 



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1. 


m. granger 


IS.d.waddell 


29. 


1. Simpson, pres 


2. 


j. welton 


16. r. warfel 


30. 


m. kent 


3. 


h. acosta 


17. j. parnin 


31. 


r. dugger 


4. 


b. dunn 


18. b. Webster 


32. 


j. sowinski 


5. 


s. pletzer 


19. s. snyder 


33. 


m. whistler 


6. 


s. spring 


20. g. kaugers 


34. 


p. magaiian 


7. 


b. moritz 


21 . h. greenman 


35. 


b. maher 


8. 


j. buckley 


22. s. gossard 


36. 


d. brooks 


9. 


r. leslie 


23. t. beard 


37. 


r. magaro 


10. 


r. gentry 


24. c. keller 


38. 


w. huston 


11. 


j. hyde 


25. d. mckinney 


39. 


j. o'brian 


12. 


j. dobson 


26. r. wise 


40. 


g. rosetti 


13. 


b. reid 


27. d. Carlson 


41. 


h. beazley 


14. 


d. minear 


28. r. freed 


42. 


t. albanese 




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... kappa sig's win best all-around ... 
thank you, zeta's ... but was it really a 
float kit? ... paranoia runs rampant ... 
senator mcfarland would like to speak to 
the gentlemen of the star and crescent ... 
little sisters are tops again with their box 
social ... she loves you kenny ... moving 
right along ... doak campbell was named 
after the stadium ... boogie is still 
looking for wally, but wally is on the 
phone to tucson ... rod the bod is still 
looking for those cool dudes ... keep the 
girls out of the shower ... there's a gorilla 
in room 4 ... cuban magoo ... havana 
comet ... sky king ... first quarter 
administration gets second chance, stay 
tuned for the second episode ... 




1 . k. kasten 


1 1 . g. costas 


21 . a. Sherman 


31. b. rozinski 


2. r. britt 


12. m. cannon 


22. b. bryant 


32. m. mcfarland 


3. 1. shorts 


IS.j.fant 


23. t. morcom 


33. f. Owens 


4. c. cowart 


14. b. crusselle 


24. n. carabel 


34. t. Sanchez 


5. V. santi 


15. m. Williams 


25.j.boyett 


35. b. sisley 


6. g. gerdon 


16. j. tregona 


26. j. hunter 


36.d. wyatt 


7. b. bourne 


17. b. bagley 


27. b. Johnston 


37. m. sayers 


8. r. king 


1 8. t. babes 


28. j. mannello 


38. t. Williams 


9. t. evans 


19. m. dower 


29. b. Jones 


39. d. Campbell 


lO.t. bebant 


20. c. sermons 


30. b. barrios 


40. t. thomas 



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... napolitano gets casted in emotional 
display ... kapple meets a low-rent ... 
turner's swinging bed not so hard to hit 
when you're high in the sky ... mf leaves 
panty hose in smc's room ... drip turns 
to a trickle ... greg picks up a hookah ... 
varca a shoo-in for perverted brother ... 
nick needs to get his hair dryer fixed ... 
griffin beats off redneck foe ... entire 
pike chapter at pi phi weekend ... martin 
and kay manley split up again this 
week— or is it for good? ... rates at the 
travelodge go up to $70 a night ... 
burnett scores tko over trimmer in 10th 
round ... rip and prok go south of the 
border and avoid communicable disease 
the only surefire way ... boyd's still 
adding names to frankenstein's pants ... 
berger makes smc by landslide ... tolar 
wipes out after going out ... buhl 
fillibusters for repeal of the water 
balloon law ... uhrig makes plymouth 
rock ... berger gets ee after a short stay 
at the tally motor lodge— doctor tells 
him to cut down on frequency ... 




1 . p. alien 


le.t.marston 


30. m. manley 


44. r. eason 


2. r. macklin 


17. r. favarato 


31. m.dennis 


45.j.maynard 


3.S. baptista 


18.S. mccoy 


32.j.knapp 


46. f. griffin 


4. r. parker 


19. j. stump 


33. c. napolitano 


47. e. martin 


S.g.eyster 


20.g.sullinger 


34. d. Clark 


48.d.ligler 


e.j.rogers 


21.e.greene 


35.l.wright 


49. p. burnett 


7. w.prokopetz 


22. m.fenn 


36. m.gonzalez 


50. m.ripingill 


8. m. morgan 


23. b. courier 


37.g.friese 


51.1. tucker 


S.d.graybeal 


24. d. underwood 


38.g.jones 


52. p. varca 


10. p. meyers 


25.d.stailard 


39. f. buhl 


53. s. turner 


1 1 .b. Warner, pres. 


26. n. uhrig 


40.t.jones 


54. t. trimmer 


12. d. Phillips 


27. a. miller 


41. h. kapple 


55. d. mulligan 


13.w.baggs 


28.t.kelly 


42.r.boyd 


56. t. tolar 


14. b. nichols 


29.r. mitchell 


43. b. Johnson 


57. m.larkin 


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... i crave your tail ... peni lavalier service 
... what do you get when you cross a low 
rent with an elephant ... a newby with an 
8V2 trunk ... geyer gets a mega-bag ... dirty 
ed flunks out but gets an a in dog training 
... war hero cj gentile returns full of bs ... 
the cod squad plays red-eye poker ... 
group variations ... flash keeps southern 
bell in business ... blue is cituk's color too 
... the lion burns ... snake leads the panty 
raid ... Jewish power ... eskimo pie for 
dessert ... hey ken ... hey lee have a beer ... 
opie swap u-trou ... balome chorus ... 
nnonday night circus ... death of thee. t. ... 
harp's training bra ... igor ... red rider ... 
ragnnan ... pup ... just add water ... beennan 
and barfo miss train ... bullet joe ... 
magwag cools kit ... wood perfects lateral 
... sulla gets master barf seal of approval ... 
mom gets zee-bag ... jack doff ... joints ... 
chumley ... tude blows his hose on way to 
the coast party ... amf from the melonmen 
and cmf's! ... 



to-. %- 4 




l.d. geyer 


10. h. winner, pres. 


18. 1.spitzcopf 


26.b.skelton 


2. b. Jenkins 


1 l.j. Wilson 


IS.j.krikorian 


27.e.bradford 


S.j.broughton 


12. g. Hudson 


20. h. newberger 


28. r. Clarke 


4.C. vann 


13. r. monchick 


21. b. harper 


29.t. mendenhall 


S.r.dyer 


14.j.cituk 


22.t.hennis 


SO.b.beebe 


e.h.cuadro 


15. r. kinney 


23.S. heinrick 


Sl.j.oertel 


7.b. pfaender 


16.g.diffenbaugh 


24. r. beeman 


32. b. Sullivan 


S.C.Stevens 


17.p. marzulli 


25.j.duket 


33. k. kitchen 


S.a.fleetwood 









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... mighty proud to be a fiji ... sunland 
hospital ... march of dimes ... harrington's 
a shoo-in ... rag man ... juma! ... cj ... get up 
that trellis, stan ... carl's right on schedule 
... we're a bunch ... pig dinner is march 7 ... 
"jolly bus" ... the blue room strikes ... 
atchey's green belt just burned up ... the 
kid's goin' bananas ... how'd ja ... gamma's 
watching ... hump ... wow, like the whole 
world ... fantastic! ... flower, are you smil- 
ing again? ... a.n.k. ... j.j. ... you're what??? 
... road rallies ... that's the wrong way, 
mike ... gastric and ptomaine ... beartrap 
... sarge ... earth to horton ... roundball ... 
the hawk ... brothers ... together ... 




1 . I. atchey 

2. t. browning 

3. c. stark 

4. c. Cleveland 
5. f. fagan 

6. h. carruth 

7. k. boyd 

8. d. chalkley 

9. b. wurzel 

10. m. dombier 

1 1 . s. nelson 

12. c. horton 

13. b. brown 



14. r. gehret 

15. m. davis, pres. 

16. s. Stuart 

17. c. perkins 

18. j. reese 

19. d. weekly 

20. s. peacock 

21 . d. mcgehee 

22. j. Harrington 

23. t. cooper 

24. b. bogdanoff 

25. r. mennett 

26. j. downs 



27. h. owens 
28. m. cobb 

29. p. bonapfel 

30. j. holmes 

31 . r. swaine 

32. d. moss 

33. a. page 

34. d. borasch 
35. j. ruth 

36. d. camp 

37. j. evers 

38. s. bodiford 

39. m. cloud 












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years of hard work 

filled with constant pressure 

and denial 

qualify him for 

the union card, 

which entitles him 

to more hard work 

pressure 

denial 

at wages and conditions 

most unions would strike against; 

an administrator 

developer 

trust Officer 

of our most valuable resource; 

an arbiter 

advisor 

consultant 

analyst 

coach 

and father-confessor; 

a drill sergeant 

block warden 






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judge 

and executioner 

and who knows 

maybe god- 

at least he should be 

to work the miracles expected of him 

by the administration 

legislature 

regents 

governor 

parents 

students 

public 

department heads 

and - 

oh yes - 

by himself as well; 
he is the teacher 



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controversial 

is by no means an unused word at florida 
state — especially when used to describe 
our new president. Stanley marshal! 's five 
months as acting-president were marked 
by demonstrations, arrests, and 
confrontations, as well as pro- and 
anti-marshall movements, the university 
divided over his actions; a division which 
may be long in healing, a year after his 
appointment the campus had quieted, 
but perhaps only as the quiet before a 
storm. Stanley marshall will certainly be 
a strong president, his talents are 
impressive, his liabilities are yet to be 
measured. 






j. Stanley marshall 

president of florida state university 



326 





Patrick w. hogan, b.s. 

director of university relations 



John k. arnold, jr., m.s. 

vice president for student affairs 






Cecil mackey, ph.d. 

executive vice president 



phillip r. fordyce, m.s. 

dean of the college of education 



paul g. craig, ph.d. 

vice president for academic affairs 





Stephen s. winters, ph.d. 
director of basic studies 



Wiley I. housewright, ed.d. 

dean of tlie school of music 




harold goldstein, ed.d. 

dean of the school of library science 



328 





hortense m.glenn, ph.d. 

dean of the school of home economics 




robert m. Johnson,^ ph.d. 

graduate dean and director of research 



robert o. lawton, ph.d. 

dean of the college of arts and sciences 



329 





bernhard scher, d.s.w. 

dean of the school of social welfare 



george e. fortin, m.b.a. 

comptroller 




grover I. rogers, sc.d. 

dean of the school of engineering science 




330 




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Charles a. rovetta, m.b.a. 

dean of the school of business 





katherine b. hoffman, m.a. 

dean of student development 




robert b. kimmel, m.s. 
assistant dean of students 



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Vivian m. duxbury, m.a. 

dean of the school of nursing 



331 





William I. wharton, ed.d. 

registrar 



Willis Caldwell, ed.d. 

director of admissions 




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Joshua m. morse, III, s.j.d. 

dean of the college of law 



ray e. green, jr., b.s. 

director of university planning 




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herb f. reinhard, ed.d. 

dean of student services 



n. orwin rush, m.s. 

director of libraries 








don e. Strickland, m.s., c.p.a. 
director of business services 



participating 

in more effective student-faculty relation- 
ships was the quality on which ten pro- 
fessors were dubbed as outstanding, a 
committee of students at large with de- 
partmental recommendations chose the 
ten men on their noted reputations, con- 
tributions to the university and their pur- 
suance of better student-faculty relation- 
ships, their individual quotes show their 
involvement in the unification of florida 
state university, which can only be accom- 
plished through better communication 
between its faculty and its students. 




dr. Stephen s. winters — geology 

"faculty have a conimitment that goes 
far beyond the search for knowledge, it 
involves instilling in students the 
enthusiasm and discipline of the mind 
that are the natural outgrowths of a love 
of learning, and this commitment only 
begins in the classroom, as partners in 
learning, faculty and students must 
assume the responsibility to listen with 
interest and to speak with sincerity on 
all topics of mutual concern, both in and 
out of the classroom, the environment 
of learning is not confined by time or 
space, it is an order to develop this kind 
of environment that effective 
student-faculty interaction must take 
place." 

dr. Stephen s. winters 






"i have not experienced another period 
of time in which communication and the 
emphatic sharing of experiences between 
people were more important than now. 
formal education, to me, is that priceless 
period of time taken from one's life to 
set a pattern, a foundation, for what will 
remain a lifelong search for an 
understanding of oneself, the world in 
which one lives and his role in it, his 
fellow man and his God. a faculty 
member must share his experiences in 
the search including his special discipline 
and reach out to attempt to understand 
the experience and needs of his students, 
mutual respect for each other's 
humanity and recognition of our 
common search offer some hope that the 
two-way avenue of communication and 
experience will remain open." 

— richard fallen 




mr. francis n. millett — law 




mr. richard f allon — speech 



334 





mr. Charles rovetta — business 




dr.conrad tanzy-english 



"responsible student involvement in 
university matters v\/hich effect them 
should be welcomed, not feared." 

-Francis millet 



"a major concern of the university should 
be learning, learning involves the active 
participation of both the teacher and the 
student, when faculty and students join 
together in this pursuit, good 
faculty-student relations generate 
rewarding intellectual experiences for 
both, it is from this environment that a 
great university emerges." 

—Charles rovetta 

"if a university community is to achieve 
its ends — to search out as much truth as 
possible — effective student-faculty 
relations are essential, these are achieved 
when the faculty and students prize their 
own and each other's integrity, the 
university whose faculty do not value the 
insights of their students and whose 
students expect all wisdom to reside in 
their faculty is an institution fast 
abandoning the search for truth, it is 
ceasing to be a university and is becoming 
a museum, on the other hand, there is no 
point at all in students sitting before a 
faculty who have nothing to teach." 

— conrad tanzy 



335 



"i admire the creativity, integrity, and 
adaptability of university students today, 
these traits are revealed most clearly when 
youth are involved in decision-making 
regarding policies and programs which 
have a direct impact upon themselves, the 
adult establishment might focus upon its 
responsibility for ameliorating those 
problems which contribute to youth 
alienation in our culture, when this 
responsibility is undertaken it will no 
longer be necessary for the establishment 
to project blame on the student 
community and we can move along with 
the important tasks before us. my 
students have kindly shown me this is 
possible." 

-Thomas phelps 
"young people have asked faculty 
members to step out from behind the 
podium and, at least occasionally, to 
abandon the security of a narrovyly 
defined field of expertise, the faculty has 
responded with surprising flexibility and 
the result has been an increased 
participation in the educational process 
from both sides, today's campus is not 
only less divided and more intellectually 
alive, it is also more aware of its 
responsibilities to society, thischange has 
produced some tension and insecurity 
among both students and faculty, but it 
also promises a possibility of restoring the 
exchange of knowledge to its rightful 
place at the center of university life." 

— david ammerman 




dr. thomas phelps — criminology 




dr. david ammerman — history 




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dr. roberta. spivey — religion 



mr.thomas wright — music 




dr. ross ogiesby — government 



"matthew arnold once remarked that 
when'we have become comfortable, we'll 
have to decide what to do with ourselves, 
the university is the place in our culture 
where faculty and students can explore 
what to do. more than ever, the university 
is called to be a human community in 
which learning, thinking, questioning, and 
the creating of visions are effected by 
students and faculty together." 

— robert spivey 

"as florida state university continues to 

grow in size and our instructional 

program continues to expand, we are all 

challenged to create imaginative methods 

of preserving the precious commodity of 

close student— teacher contact which 

has been a treasured tradition of our 

campus." _.. . . . 

^ — thomas wright 

"when both student and professor reach 

the boundary line where knowledge for 

both stops and ignorance for both 

begins, it is that point that the rich 

rewards of a companionship of learning 

truly begin, for it is then that the 

distinction between student and teacher 

begins to diminish." 

—ross ogiesby 



337 



"in the right state he is man thinking, in 
the degenerate state, when the victim of 
society, he tends to become a mere 
thinker, or, still worse, the parrot of 
other men's thinking." 








338 






"the sluggish and perverted mind of the 
multitude, always slow to open to the 
incursions of reason, having once so 
opened, having once received this book, 
stands upon it, and makes an outcry if it 
is disparaged, colleges are built on it." 




Leave thecountry. 






339 



"the first in time and the first in 
importance of influences upon the mind, 
is that of nature. — he must settle its 
value in his mind, what is nature to 
him?" 





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"the next great influence into the spirit 
of the scholar is the mind of the past,— 
in whatever form, whether of literature, 
of art, of institutions, that mind is 
inscribed." 



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341 



"books are the best of things, well used; 
abused, among the worst." 



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"the book, the college, the school of art, 
the institution of any kind stop with 
some past utterance of genius, they look 
backward not forward, but genius always 
looks forward, man hopes, genius 
creates." 








"when the artist has exhausted his 
materials, when the fancy no longer 
paints, when thoughts are no longer 
apprehended and books are a weariness," 




344 







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"—he has always the resource to live, 
character is higher than intellect, 
thinking is the function, living is the 
functionary, the stream retreats to its 
source." 






345 




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346 



"in self-trust all the virtues are 
comprehended, free should the scholar 
be, —free and brave, free even to the 
definition of freedom, 'without any 
hindrance that does not arise out of his 
own constitution.' brave; for fear is a 
thing which a scholar by his very 
function puts behind him. fear always 
springs from ignorance, so is the danger a 
danger still; so is the fear worse, manlike 
let him turn and face it. let him look 
into its eye and search its nature, inspect 
its origin,— see the whelping of this lion, 
—which lies no great way back; he will 
then find in himself a perfect 
comprehension of its nature and extent; 
he will have made his hands meet on the 
other side, and can henceforth defy it 
and pass on the superior, the world is his 
who can see through its pretension." 

— ralph waldo emerson 
■ from "the american scholar" 




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you are the children 

of change 

novy grown to young adults 

who have had the fortune 

to study at this university. 

it has been a mixed 

blessing. 

not all you have learned here 

has been pleasant. 

nor should it have been so 

for the evil that man 

is capable of working 

on the world 

is a cruel and senseless power. 



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yet you have seen man's 

most shining moments, 

studied his achievements 

and know 

that should he only choose 

to do so 

he could live at peace 

with other men, 

all earth's other 

creatures, 

and with himself as well. 




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354 




the choice is now yours: 

an awesome inheritance 

passed on by less courageous 

forbears whose lack 

of foresight might seem 

humorous for such a creature 

who has seen fit 

to call himself 

homo sapiens. 

that lack of vision 

has brought the earth and 

man, 

the most ingenious paradox, 

to the brink of extinction: 

poisoned by pollutants, 

succumbing to his own wastes, 

suffering with the cancer of 

hatred; 

humanity cries out 

for help 

to you 




355 




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fsu students have been named to who's 

who among students in american 

universities and colleges, representatives 

from the administration and student 

body nominated forty eight students 

on the basis of their outstanding 

qualities of leadership which were 

displayed in their participation in 

campus activities and organizations. 

fellow seniors and graduate students charles banks 

made the final selection in a popular men's vice president, honor court, gold key, varsity sports, national student register, 

poll Sigma alpha epsilon 






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bonnie berry 

president of village vamps, grand czar of mortified, angel flight, junior 
counselor, alpha delta pi, garnet key 








canter brown 

student body president, president's special committee of 
77, gold key, omicron delta kappa, phi alpha theta 



356 




becky bayer 

honor court, garnet key, mortar board, alpha lambda 
delta, junior counselor, kappa alpha theta 



jo davis 

alpha gamma delta president, garnet key 
vice president, mortified, junior counselor 






charlotte baker 

cheerleader captain, mortified, kappa alpha 
theta 



herschel beazley 

drum major-marching chiefs, kappa kappa psi band honorary, gold key, 
order of omega, phi mu alpha 






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William barbee 

president of sigma alpha epsilon, omicron delta kappa, gold key, undersecretary to 
cabinet member 



susan carey 

mortar board, associate editor of 
flambeau, junior counselor, gamma sigma 
Sigma 



linda borg 

honor court, circus, junior counselor, 
garnet key, kappa alpha theta 






howard acosta 

gold key vice president, varsity diver, theta 
chi fraternity 



357 



margie gowing 

mortified, garnet key, angel flight, 
panhellenic, phi beta phi, pi kappa alpha 
dream girl 






susan hodson 

tally ho staff, garnet key, mortified, 
student senate, president's cabinet, 
panhellenic 




Julie davis 

chi omega president, garnet 
mortified, junior counselor, sigma 
eta honorary 



don gifford 



key, 
alpha 



gold key, omicron delta 
kappa, university union 
board, student government 
outstanding service award, 
who's who in undergraduates 



John french 

student senator, 

commissioner of elections, 
presidential advisor, phi mu 
favorite 




david fuller 

chairman of union board, president of house 
judiciary, sigma lambda sigma 



358 








dale duke 

delta zeta president, garnet key, mortified, 
racquettes 



bay gruber 

supreme court, varsity sports, gold key, 
student-alumni council 



deborah hasselo 

secretary of internal affiars, angel flight 
commander, garnet key, mortified, chi 
omega 













mike halloran 

union board, homecoming show chairman, program 
council, chairman of special events 



nancy Harding 

mortar board, president of garnet key, senior class secretary, alpha xi delta, 
panhellenic, junior counselor 





Pamela Hudson 

president of delta delta delta, garnet key, 
mortar board, junior counselor, kappa 
I alpha little sisters president 




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Jamie kannette 

president of alpiia 
omicron pi, circus, 
garnet key, secretary to 
theimen's vice president 





sam miller 

editor of flambeau, gold key, editor of daytona beach junior college paper 





donna wiehaus 

mortar board, garnet key, editor 1970 tally ho, editor 
1969 pow wow, senior executive council, sigma kappa 




cathleen reagan 

alpha lambda delta, sophomore council, 
flight, mortar board, garnet key, kappa 
gamma 



angel 
kappa 



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frank Johns 

secretary of state, ombudsman, gold key, sigma alpha 
epsilon, president's administrative assistant 

fran pughsley 

president of panhellenic, garnet key, 
mortified, senior executive council, alpha 
delta pi 





wayne rubinas 

gold key, men's vice president, omicron delta kappa, 
senator, lambda chi alpha, student body vice 
president 




elizabeth ann mcgee 

mortar board, phi theta kappa, debate team, delta 
Sigma rho-tau kappa alpha, circle k mascot 




Jeanne keiser 

garnet key, mortified, sigma sigma 
Sigma, senior class vice president 




jan sapp 

garnet key, mortified, alpha xi delta, 
homecoming committee chairman 






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John marks 

senate member, gold key, student conduct 
committee, president of omega psi phi 



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george waas 

flambeau editor, student 
body attorney general, gold 
key, fsu student bar 
association, editor — law 
school newspaper 



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sanara a. aoernatny 




ft. lauderdale, fla. 


education 


philip l.abraJra 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


bruce p. adams 




delray beach, fla. 


arts & sciences 


frances h. adams 




St. Petersburg, fla. 


education 


karen a. adams 




mount dora, fla. 


social welfare 


neta r. adams 




ft. Walton bch.,fla. 


arts & sciences 


vivJkka 1. adams 




ft. lauderdale, fla. home economics 


Sandra f. adkins 




winter park, fla. 


education 


augustusd. aikens 




quitman, ga. 


arts & sciences 


robert e. albright 




cocoa beach, fla. 


business 


dorothy a. alcock 




clarksville, tenn. 


music 


barbara e. alexander 




miami, fla. 


education 


brenda g. aiexander 




Jacksonville, fla. 


social welfare 


Joseph a. alfred 




Jacksonville, fla. 


arts & sciences 


gladys m. alien 




Panama city, fla. 


education 


emma j. alley 




melbourne, fla. 


arts & sciences 


lynn d. allleri 




ft. lauderdale, fla. 


business 


laurence p. allison 




tallahassee, fla. 


education 


phll alvarez 




miami, fla. 


business 


Janet 1. amatuzzi 




eau gallie, fla. 


education 


michele s. anchors 




port St. joe, fla. 


education 


anne 1. anderson 




lakeland, fla. 


arts & sciences 


carol s. anderson 




ocala, fla. 


arts & sciences 


lesley 1. anderson 




gainesville, f la. home economics 


paul b. anderson 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


robert p. anderson 




tallahassee, fla. 


arts & sciences 


linda 1. andrews 




morriston, fla. 


education 


mary e. andrews 




westville, fla. 


arts & sciences 


richard w.anthony 




daytona bch.,fla. 


arts & sciences 


linda j. arnold 




Jacksonville, fla. 


education 


sheran a. arnold 




brandon, fla. 1 


lome economics 


joy y. arrington 




chiefland, fla. 


education 


martha s. arrington 




Jacksonville, fla. 


education 


janis e. askey 




Orlando, fla. 


arts & sciences 


maria augustyniak 




miami, fla. 


business 






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t. george aune 




Jacksonville, f la. 


business 


paula d. austin 




umatilla, fla. 


education 


William d. austin, jr. 




augusta, ga. 


arts & sciences 


arlene b. avigdor 




mjami, fla. 


music 


elizabeth a. bachtel 




lake worth, fla. home economics 


James c. bailey 




pensacola, fla. 


arts & sciences 


maryann d. baker 




miami, fla. 


social welfare 


myra 1. baker 




live oak, fla. 


social welfare 


robert 1. baker 




birmingham, ala. 


arts & sciences 


Judith 1. baldwin 




binghamton, n.y. 


arts & sciences 


Susan baldwin 




Sarasota, fla. 


arts & sciences 


Patricia bambakos 




hallandale, fla. 


arts & sciences 


Charles m. banks, jr. 




tampa, fla. 


business 


charlotte s. banks 




tallahassee, fla. 


education 


Virginia h. barbee 




miami, fla. 


eduction 


William r. barbee 




fernandina beach, fl 


3. education 


anna barclay 




greenville, fla. 


education 


barbara s. barksdale 




Starke, fla. 


education 


susan g. barnes 




pensacola, fla. 


arts & sciences 


barbara j. barnett 




cocoa beach, fla. 


education 


Clifton k. barnette 




tallahassee, fla. 


education 


John barr 




Jacksonville, fla. 


social welfare 


mary barrineau 




pensacola, fla. 


nursing 


iynn barren 




lake alfred, fla. 


education 


royce b. bartlett 




tallahassee, fla. 


social welfare 



permanent senior class officers: barry bennett, president, nancy harding, secretary, jeannie keiser, vice president. 








Paul c. barton 




Orlando, fla. 


arts & sciences 


darrell batson 




hollywood, fla. 


education 


david bauer 




tallahassee, fla. 


arts & sciences 


John baumann 




miami, fla. 


business 


becky bayer 




Jacksonville, fla. 


arts & sciences 


aaron e. beam 




homestead, fla. 


education 


herschel v. beazley 




decatur, ga. 


music 


cynthia beckwith 




tallahassee, fla. 


education 


robert d. beebe 




Orlando, fla. 


business 


eva bell 




ft. lauderdale, fla. 


social welfare 


barbara bennett 




n. miamI beach, fla. 


education 


cecile bennett 




galnesvllle, fla. 


arts & sciences 


gail a. benton 




temple terrace, fla. 


business 


mary a. bernreuter 




miami, fla. 


education 


bonnie berry 




hollywood, fla. 


education 


John s. berry 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


Patricia bertke 




winter haven, fla. 


social welfare 


carol besserer 




sanford, fla. 


education 


mary betts 




chipley, fla. 


education 


robert bianchi 




goodland, fla. 


arts & sciences 


betty j. birch 




tallahassee, fla. 


arts & sciences 


Janice s. bird 




metter, ga. home economics 


richard birdsong 




Sarasota, fla. 


education 


linda blair 




miami, fla. 


business 


thomas j. blash 




atlantis, fla. 


business 


Cheryl blauser 




altamonte springs, fic 


education 


Christine e. bleddyn 




Orlando, fla. home economics 


rayford e. blitch 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


Shirley block 




n. redington bch., fla 


education 


douglas c. boggie 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


linda e. borg 




ft. lauderdale, fla. 


education 


michael p. boshnack 




tallahassee, fla. 


arts & sciences 


barbara j. bosley 




palm springs, fla. 


education 


William boswell 




cynthiana, ky. 


music 


beverly m. boyce 




Orlando, fla. 


education 








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James e. boyd 

tallahassee, fla 
richard boyd 
tampa, fla. 
barbara boyle 
eau gallie, fla. 
Valerie boyle 
eau gallie, fla. 
James d. bozeman, jr. 
tallahassee, fla. 

Ilnda d. bradford 

Orlando, fla. 
deborah bradley 
tampa, fla. 
nancy m. brainard 
Jacksonville, fla. 
margaret g. braswell 
Jacksonville, fla. 
erin brewer 
tallahassee, fla. 

margaret r. brinkley 
tallahassee, fla. 
thomas brittain 
tallahassee, fla. 
peter e. brook 
tallahassee, fla. 
bonnle s. brown 
Stuart, fla. 
canter brown 
ft. meade, fla. 

deborah a. brown 

Jacksonville, fla. 
jeri brown 
marianna, fla. 
robert g. brown, jr. 
Sarasota, fla. 
thomas e. brown 
moultrie, ga. 
thomas browning 
Jacksonville, fla. 

twyla s. bruce 
St. Petersburg, fla. 
carol bryant 
sautee, ga. 
John buckley 
leesburg, fla. 
bruce buell 
tallahassee, fla. 
linda d. bullington 
orange park, fla. 



arts & sciences 

arts & sciences 

home economics 

education 

business 

arts & sciences 

arts & sciences 

music 

arts & sciences 

nursing 

business 

arts & sciences 

arts & sciences 

music 

arts & sciences 

arts & sciences 

engineering 

business 

business 

social welfare 

education 

arts & sciences 

social welfare 

arts & sciences 

education 




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reginald burch 

satellite beach, fla. 
michael c. burgio, jr. 
hollywood, fla. 
Carlos e. burgos 
hialeah, fla. 
george a. burke 
Sarasota, fla. 
barbara j. burney 
orange park, fla. 



business 

business 

business 

education 

arts & sciences 



ginger burris 

ft. lauderdale, fla. education 

donna j. burroughs 

winter haven, fla. home economics 

raymond burt 

Jacksonville, fla. arts & sciences 

donald burtch 

palm harbor, fla. social welfare 

susan j. burtchin 

winter haven, fla. arts & sciences 



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andrew buschbom 

miami, fla. 
barbara butler 
hollywood, fla. 
maryanne s. butler 
miamj, fla. 
Sharon butler 
tallahassee, fla. 
James a. byler 
blountstown, fla. 

norman e. caldwell 
tallahassee, fla. 
shannon I. callagy 
n. miami beach, fla. 
terry a. calland 
satellite beach, fla. 
lynn m. calley 
pensacola, fla. 
nora camarero 
miami, fla. 

dorothy i. Campbell 
wauchula, fla. 
patricia e. campbell 
tallahassee, fla. 
susan V. campbell 
defuniak springs, fla. 
Sylvia cantrell 
tampa, fla. 
michael p. capian 



hollywood, fla. 



arts & sciences 
arts & sciences 
arts & sciences 
arts & sciences 
arts & sciences 

business 

education 

arts & sciences 

education 

education 

education 
education 
business 
education 
arts & sciences 



Samuel d. Carlisle 

miami, fla. education 

dale w. Carlson 

anna maria, fla. business 

jedfrey m. carlton 

monticello, fla. arts & sciences 

marianne carpentieri 

coral gables, fla. education 

lilly e. carraway 

miami, fla. education 




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rlchard carrigan 




mobile, ala. 


arts & sciences 


harry b. carson 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


robert k. carson, jr. 




beaufort, s.c. 


business 


!ois c. carter 




Jacksonville, fla. 


education 


Stephen m. caruso 




Orlando, fla. 


business 




susan j. casterton 

daytona beach, fla. 
jack m. castner 
Jacksonville, fla. 
andrew p. catalfamo 
cocoa beach, fla. 
mary j. catarineau 
miami, fla. 
albert e. catelli 
fairhaven, mass. 



arts & sciences 

arts & sciences 

social welfare 

arts & sciences 

education 



Judith a. catoe 

Jefferson, s.c. education 

dolores a. caudel 

mt. dora, fla. home economics 

manuel chambless, jr. 

tallahassee, fla. business 

dana t. chapdelain 

sarasota, fla. social welfare 

Jeffrey p. chapman 

sarasota, fla. business 





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laura I. chen 

hong kong arts & sciences 

nadine e. cherpak 

miami, fla. home economics 



Pamela j. chiles 

Orlando, fla. 
beverly a. chin 

maitland, fla. 



education 
arts & sciences 



susan c. christeas 

Jacksonville, fla. 
herman e. dark 
canal, fla. 



education 
business 



Jeffrey d. dark 

miami, fla. 
linda I. dark 

Orlando, fla. 



arts & sciences 



home economics 



Patricia w. dark 

tallahassee, fla. 
William d. clay, jr. 

Clermont, fla. 



education 



arts & sciences 



dark c. Cleveland 

melbourne, fla. 
w. lee Clifton 
gainesville, fla. 



business 



arts & sciences 



Caroline s. dine 

tallahassee, fla. 
Janice c. cobb 
hollyw/ood, fla. 



education 
education 



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snerry e. coe 

tallahassee, fla. 
Joseph b. cofer, jr. 
miami, fla. 
anita j. coffee 
Jacksonville, fla. 
James m. colbert 
tallahassee, fla. 
evelyn h. cole 
trenton, tenn. 

nancy j. cole 
tallahassee, fla. 
david h. coleman 
folkston, ga. 
rlchard a. collins 
ft. myers, fla. 
eugene m. comfort 
hollywood, fla. 
j. anthony condit 
tallahassee, fla. 

James f. constantin 
Jacksonville, fla. 
susan e. cooke 
Clearwater, fla. 
asa f. cooper, jr. 
tallahassee, fla. 
paula anne corbett 
tallahassee, fla. 
Suzanne e. corbett 
boca raton, fla. 



social welfare 
business 

arts & sciences 
business 

arts & sciences 

arts & sciences 

music 

business 

arts & sciences 

social welfare 

arts & sciences 

nursing 

business 

social welfare 

social welfare 



roger c. Courtney 

Sarasota, fla. business 

Carolyn s. crabtree 

Jacksonville, fla. arts & sciences 

Jeremy a. craft 

Warrington, fla. arts & sciences 

Stephen c. craig 

Orlando, fla. arts & sciences 

brenda s. Crawford 

defuniak springs, fla. arts & sciences 



Cheryl I. Crawford 

temple terrace, fla. 
Janet e. crawford 
lake butler, fla. 
Carolyn j. crews 
tallahassee, fla. 
karen j. crews 
tallahassee, fla. 
s. elalne crews 
Jacksonville, fla. 



education 



home economics 



education 



arts & sciences 



business 




Jeanne I. crosby 

bradenton, fla. 
Charles d. cross 
Clearwater, fla. 
susan a. culpepper 
palatka, fla. 
sally j. Cunningham 
Jacksonville, fla. 
brian e. curry 
orange park, fla. 

robert I. curry 

tallahassee, fla. 
carol a. cutler 
coral gables, fla. 
peggy j. cutts 
Jacksonville, fla. 
miriam w. dale 
tallahassee, fla. 
woodrow b. dale 
tallahassee, fla. 



education 

business 

business 

education 

arts & sciences 

arts & sciences 
arts & sciences 
education 
arts & sciences 
arts & sciences 













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david a. dalton 




hialeah, fla. 


arts & sciences 


a. robert d'amore 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


andree 1. dampier 




w. palm beach, fla. 


education 


Janice j. daning 




ocala, fla. 


education 


Sharon e. danner 




Jacksonville, fla. 


education 


Sharon !. daugherty 




tallahassee, fla. 


education 


jane e. davidson 




crestview, fla. 


social welfare 


dennis 1. davis 




ft. lauderdale, fla. 


social welfare 


jerry r. davis 




shelbyville, ind. 


arts & sciences 


jo 1. davis 




haines city, fla. 


arts & sciences 


Julie davis 




tallahassee, fla. 


education 


mary e. davis 




live oak, fla. 


arts & sciences 


Virginia davis 




perry, fla. 


arts & sciences 


luana g. day 




ft. lauderdale, fla. 


nursing 


James e. deakyne, jr. 




rehoboth, del. 


business 


mary m. dean 




quincy, fla. 


nursing 


Sandra e. dees 




Orlando, fla. 


education 


edward g. dehart 




melbourne beach, fla 


business 


mary e. dehoff 




Jacksonville, fla. 


education 


gary 1. delaney 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


Christine d. de lettre 




tallahassee, fla. 


education 


leonard p. del percio 




miami, fla. 


arts & sciences 


mary f . de marco 





coral gables, fla. 
duane demay 
tallahassee, fla. 
carol denicke 

miami, fla. 



education 



business 



social welfare 




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Patricia a. detwiler 

lakeland, fla. home economics 

veronica f . dibenedetto 
perrine, fla. home economics 

alfred r. dickey, jr. 



tallahassee, fla. 
jimmy b. dickson 
tallahassee, fla. 
barbara diem 
Sarasota, fla. 

darrell g. dilmore 
cottondale, fla. 
susan I. dion 
aiken, s.c. 
m. velma dobson 
Orlando, fla. 
frances e. dodd 
Orlando, fla. 
susan m. doherty 
Jacksonville, fla. 



business 

business 

arts & sciences 

arts & sciences 
arts & sciences 
arts & sciences 
arts & sciences 
arts & sciences 



John a. domino 

Orlando, fla. business 

linda i. donald 

dunedin, fla. arts & sciences 

mary c. donaldson 

ft. Walton bch., fla. arts & sciences 

frances g. doty 

winter haven, fla. home economics 

James w. doud 

miami springs, fla. social welfare 

mary c. douglas 

boynton bch., fla. home economics 

Suzanne draves 



Clearwater, fla. 
nancy a. dressel 
miami lakes, fla. 
darragh a. droz 



education 
education 



miami, tia. 


nursing 


diana duckworth 




miami, fla. 


education 


roderic r. dugger III 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


dale a. duke 




Jacksonville, fla. 


arts & sciences 


Jennie 1. duke 




atlanta, ga. 


arts & sciences 


dale a. dunbar 




ft. lauderdale, fla. 


arts & sciences 


barbara j. dunk 




leesburg, fla. 


education 




James s. dunning, jr. 

palatka, fla. business 

frances d. durden 

grand ridge, fla. home economics 
luann eagle 



St. Petersburg, fla. 
Joseph r. earp, jr. 
tallahassee, fla. 
linda d. easom 

tampa, fla. 



arts & sciencs 



social welfare 



education 



Claudia b. echelberger 

tallahassee, fla. arts & sciences 

perry m. echelberger 

tallahassee, fla. 

Sandra k. edwards 

miami, fla. 

karen m. ekiund 



miami, fla. 
margaret e. elam 

farmville, va. 



arts & sciences 
social welfare 
business 
education 




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tim h. elder 




Chattahoochee, fla 


social v\/elfare 


denise o. elliott 




ft. lauderdale, fla. 


home economics 


Harold k. ernsberge 


r 


tallahassee, fla. 


business 


suzan t. ernsberger 




tallahassee, fla. 


social welfare 


elaine m. espy 




maitland, fla. 


arts & sciences 


george estevez, jr. 




n. mlami, fla. 


arts & sciences 


martin f. evaldi 




St. Petersburg, fla. 


engineering 


philip b. everlngham 


mlami, fla. 


business 


robin r. faber 




Clearwater, fla. 


education 


hamid faquir 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


sherrill faust 




buffalo, n.y. 


arts & sciences 


timothy faust 




buffalo, n.y. 


arts & sciences 


dianne feeney 




miami, fla. 


home economics 


barbara a. fejes 




lake wales, fla. 


social welfare 


alan feldman 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


loretta a. felicione 




tampa, fla. 


education 


barbara s. fenzau 




ruskin, fla. 


education 


bruce m. ferrell, jr. 




atlamonte springs, 


fla. business 


caria c. ferrell 




tallahassee, fla. 


education 


michael a. fettig 




Clearwater, fla. 


business 


margaret j. field 




tampa, fla. 


arts & sciences 


linda 1. fincham 




Jacksonville, fla. 


social welfare 


kathleen a. fischer 




palm beach, fla. 


arts & sciences 


david 1. fisher 




tampa, fla. 


business 


jo anne f ite 




port St. joe, fla. 


nursing 


norris flach 




mobile, ala. 


business 


charlotte s. f letcher 


o'brien, fla. 


education 


dolores flint 




lake wales, fla. 


home economics 


daryl flood 




w. palm beach, fla 


education 


george m. floyd 




w. palm beach, fla 


arts & sciences 


marilyn floyd 




ft. white, fla. 


education 


sally flye 




Jacksonville, fla. 


music 


michael s. flynn 




miami, fla. 


arts & sciences 


Charles d. foley 




tallahassee, fla. 


arts & sciences 


linda c. foley 




miami, fla. 


education 



barbara ford 




tallahassee, fla. 


social welfare 


richard ford 




tallahassee, fla. 


social welfare 


Owen e. f orguson 




sanford, fla. 


social welfare 


harold foster 




tallahassee, fla. 


social welfare 


Shirley a. foster 




wellborn, fla. 


education 


susan foster 




osprey, fla. 


education 


William h. foster 




tallahassee, fla. 


arts & sciences 


paula j. fox 




daytona beach, fla. 


social welfare 


nancy e. frazier 




coral gables, fla. 


home economics 


ann freeman 




naples, fla. 


education 


John a. freeman 




Jacksonville, fla. 


arts & sciences 


larry freeman 




Jacksonville, fla. 


business 


beverly friberg 




miami, fla. 


education 


richard s. friedland 




hialeah, fla. 


business 


alien w. fritz, jr. 




silver spring, md. 


arts & sciences 


susan froede 




riverside, calif. 


nursing 


barbara j. fulford 




ocala, fla. 


nursing 


Joseph w. fuller 




miami, fla. 


business 


marina s. fulmer 




winter garden, fla. 


social welfare 


deborah k. fulton 




frostproof, fla. 


arts & sciences 


mary e. gage 




coral gables, fla. 


arts & sciences 


leonard s. galit 




flushing,fla. 


arts & sciences 


Cynthia d. gallop 




Clearwater, fla. 


education 


elizabeth a. galloway 


oak ridge, tenn. 


arts & sciences 


david f. gardner 




tallahassee, fla. 


arts & sciences 


donald f. gardner 




miami, fla. 


business 


sanford c. garland 




kathleen, fla. 


social welfare 


jean m. garvey 




winter park, fla. 


education 


frederick 1. gay 




homestead, fla. 


arts & sciences 


norman r. geer 




w. palm beach, fla. 


social welfare 


jeanna d. geiger 




palatka. fla. 


arts & sciences 


lawrence a. george 




ormond beach, fla. 


arts & sciences 


meg e. geraci 




ft. myers, fla. 


social welfare 


John e.gerke 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


david m. geyer 




ft. lauderdale, fla. 


social welfare 




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Orlando, fla. home economics 

Cynthia I. gierach 

Orlando, fla. education 



John r. gilbert 
hialeah, fla. 
James m. gilmore 

tallahassee, fla. 



arts & sciences 



arts & sciences 



jean a. gionet 




westover afb, mass 


home economics 


melinda m. qittere 




hollywood, fla. 


arts & sciences 


rhoda p.glasco 




ft. lauderdale, fla. 


spcial welfare 


diana c. glenn 




newberry, fla. 


education 



bonnie k. goodwin 

ft. pierce, fla. 3ducation 

barbara m. gortych 

miramar, fla. arts & sciences 



James m. goss 

daytona beach, fla. 



education 



margie j. gowing 

Jacksonville, fla. home economics 



anne r. goza 

Clearwater, fla. 
barbara I. grafe 
tallahassee, fla. 



arts & sciences 
nursing 



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Janet 1. graham 




brandon, fla. 


home economics 


kathryn m. graham 




gainesville, fla. 


education 


mJchael 1. granger 




apopka, fla. 


business 


Carole f. grant 




palm beach gardens 


, fla. education 


molly grasier 




huntsville, ala. 


education 


marcia m. gravelle 




tampa, fla. 


nursing 


jean 1. graves 




ft. lauderdale, fla. 


arts & sciences 


david w. graybear, j 


r. 


Jacksonville, fla. 


arts & sciences 


robyn a. green 




marlanna, fla. 


education 


jacquelyn k. greer 




owensboro, ky. 


business 


douglas m. gregory 




St. Petersburg, fla. 


business 


John r. gregory 




Jacksonville, fla. 


arts & sciences 


jean e. greig 




Jacksonville, fla. 


education 


peter h. gretz 




tallahassee, fla. 


arts & sciences 


donald b. greve, jr. 




perry, fla. 


arts & sciences 


Patrick a. gridley 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


gary e. groves 




Orlando, fla. 


business 


bay m. gruber 




ft. myers, fla. 


business 


James b. guerin 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


harry e. guice 




w. palm beach, fla. 


business 


polly w. gurley 




huntsville, ala. 


education 


woody p. guthrle 




Jacksonville, fla. 


social welfare 


robert gutierrez 




tallahassee, fla. 


arts & sciences 


verna v. guyette 




gulf breeze, fla. 


arts & sciences 


Phyllis a. habel 




miami, fla. 


education 


phillip hadley 




tallahassee, fla. 


social welfare 


Charles e. haines 




belle glade, fla. 


arts & sciences 


John p. haire 




St. Petersburg, fla. 


business 


donna m. hall 




St. Petersburg, fla. 


arts & sciences 


gary d. hall 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


roger c. hall 




tampa, fla. 


home economics 


Judith 1. hamaker 




orange park, fla. 


social welfare 


Christopher e. ham! 


Iton 


monticello, fla. 


arts & sciences' 


douglas a. hammell 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


gall a. hanelius 




collinsville, conn. 


education 





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Orlando, f la. 


business 


robert e. hanson 




holly hill, fla. 


engineering 


mary h. harden 




Venice, fla. 


arts & sciences 


nancy j. harding 




ocala, fla. 


education 


William t. hardy 




rockledge, fla. 


business 


Stephen w. harned 




kingsport, tenn. 


arts & sciences 


robert m. harper, jr. 




Jacksonville, fla. 


arts & sciences 


John r. harrell 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


betty j. harris 




tallahassee, fla. 


nursing 


brenda k. harris 




Panama city, fla. 


education 


linda w. harris 




plant city, fla. 


social welfare 


mary s. harris 




deland, fla. 


nursing 


mary ann m. harris 




mlami, fla. home economics 


Patricia b. harris 




n. miami beach, fla. 


social welfare 


thomas w. harris 




grand island, fla. 


education 


gwendolyn a. harrison 


clearv\/ater, fla. 


arts & sciences 


Suzanne harrison 




moultrie, ga. 


education 


brenda 1. hartlage 




tampa, fla. 


education 


katherine 1. hartley 




St. augustine, fla. h 


ome economics 


lanny hartsfield 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


russell w. harvey III 




atlanta, ga. 


engineering 


wayne o. harvey 




tallahassee, fla. 


arts & sciences 


dean f . harwood 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


danny 1. haskett 




St. Petersburg, fla. 


social welfare 


david f . haskin 




w. palm beach, fla. 


arts & sciences 








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deborah a. hasselo 




tampa, fla. 


education 


John V. hattesen 




miami, fla. 


home economics 


hugh w. Hawkins 




brooksville, fla. 


arts & sciences 


robert k. hayden 




tallahassee, fla. 


social welfare 


herbert hays 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


nancy 1. hayes 




plant city, fla. 


education 


miles j. heckendorr 


III 


port St. lucie, fla. 


social welfare 


mary d. hector 




tampa, fla. 


education 


george o. hedge, jr. 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


thomas e. heisler 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


Joseph b. helfrlch 




hammonton, n.j. 


social welfare 


roy V. helms 




opa-locka, fla. 


business 


hillary r. helper 




Orlando, fla. 


home economics 


pat a. henderson 




Panama city, fla. 


arts & sciences 


Steven m. hernandez 


cantonment, fla. 


arts & sciences 


John e. herndon, jr 




elberton, ga. 


business 


mary c. herring 




cordele, ga. 


arts & sciences 


retha r. herrington 




leesville, s.c. 


arts & sciences 


martin b. herskovit 


z 


tallahassee, fla. 


business 


george f. heubeck 




ocala, fla. 


arts & sciences 


Janet m. heuman 




huntington, n.y. 


social welfare 


linda j. hewitt 




boca raton, fla. 


education 


katherine hibbs 




cocoa beach, fla. 


education 


linda j. higginbotha 


m 


lakeland, fla. 


education 


suzy hightower 




marianna, fla. 


education 


t. renee hightower 




Columbia, s.c. 


music 


John a. hildebrand 




eau gallie, fla. 


social welfare 


John r. hill, jr. 




york, pa. 


business 


louisa hinely 




tallahassee, fla. 


arts & sciences 


Virginia r. hinte 




Jacksonville, fla. 


education 


jerrold r. hinton 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


jack m. hipps 




winter park, fla. 


business 


don r. hirschfield 




tallahassee, fla. 


arts & sciences 


ellen hoadley 




pensacola, fla. 


arts & sciences 


donna c. hoberg 




St. Petersburg, fla. 


arts & sciences 













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kathryn d. hodge 




tampa, fla. 


education 


Oliver k. hofmann 




vero beach, fla. 


business 


dennis e. hogan, jr. 




hallandale, fla. 


business 


linda 1. hoideman 




miami, fla. 


arts & sciences 


linda e. holmes 




tampa, fla. 


education 


hope holliday 




Starke, fla. 


education 


mary 1. hopkinson 




tallahassee, fla. 


social welfare 


Suzanne f. house 




plant city, fla. 


home economics 


James a. howard 




Jupiter, fla. 


education 


dorothy h. howell 




crawfordville, fla. 


education 


lawrence r. howell 




plant city, fla. 


engineering 


Judith 1. howland 




miami, fla. 


education 


phyllis d. howland 




live oak, fla. 


home economics 


c. edward hubbard 




sanford, fla. 


arts & sciences 


kathleen s. hubbard 


vero beach, fla. 


education 


susan 1. hubbard 




Jacksonville, fla. 


education 


jane e. hudson 




Jacksonville, fla. 


education 


pamela d. hudson 




miami, fla. 


education 


Stewart r. hudson 




Clearwater, fla. 


social welfare 


William r. hudson 




sneads, fla. 


social welfare 


jay t. huffman 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


lynn g. huggan 




brandon, fla. 


home economics 


Sharon a. humphreys 


dover, del. 


arts & sciences 


pamela j. hungate 




booneville, ind. 


home economics 


bruce a. hunt 




sebrinq, fla. 


education 


ward e. huston 




Jacksonville, fla. 


music 


frank p. huttner 




Jacksonville, fla. 


arts & sciences 


Clifford j. iacino 




hollywood, fla. 


social welfare 


Connie j. ice 




ormond beach, fla 


education 


Jackie m. idyll 




coral gables, fla. 


social welfare 


dayle j. Ingerick 




deland, fla. 


arts & sciences 


thomas r. inman.j 


r. 


Jacksonville, fla. 


arts & sciences 


patricia j. Irwin 




w. palm beach, fla 


home economics 


jill e. ivey 




pensacola, fla. 


business 


Janice f. jack son 




lakeland, fla. 


education 



margaret b. james 

tampa, fla. 
hazel e. Jamison 
punta gorda, fla. 
martha k. Jeffords 
high springs, fla. 
kenneth g. Jeffries 
tallahassee, fla. 
cherylin I. Jenkins 
satellite bch., fla. 

ronald I. jewell 

satellite beach, fla. 
Cheryl d. joanos 
tallahassee, fla. 
paul e. joanos 
tallahassee, fla. 
mary e. Johnson 
zolfo springs, fla. 
richard s. Johnson 
tallahassee, fla. 



education 

nursing 

home economics 

social welfare 

business 



home economics 



business 



arts & sciences 



arts & sciences 



sharilyn k. Johnson 

bradenton, fla. home economics 
William a. Johnson 
daytona beach, fla. education 

jacquelin m. Johnston 



Jacksonville, fla. 
Ilnda d. Johnston 
omaha, neb. 
willard w. Johnston 

Jacksonville, fla. 

donald m.jones.jr. 

tallahassee, fla. 
hally I. Jones 
palatka, fla. 
ken r. Jones 
tampa, fla. 
linda l.jones 
Orlando, fla. 
Pamela j. jones 
tallahassee, fla. 



arts & sciences 
education 
education 

business 
arts & sciences 

business 
education 
education 



education 



business 



patricia a. jones 

Clearwater, fla. 

Stephen o. jones 

haddonfield, n.j. 

deborah c. Jordan 

satellite beach, fla. home economics 

Joseph b. Jordan 

lake city, fla. business 

nancy j. Jordan 

miami,fla. home economics 




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patricia y. Jordan 
Jacksonville, fla. 
b. daniel Joseph 
hollywood, fla. 
louis I. jurika 
sarasota, fla. 
andrew j. jutila 
pensacola, fla. 
ann kahler 
boynton beach, fla. 

donna J. kail 

sarasota, fla. 
sherry I. kallionen 
riviera beach, fla. 
margaret e. kane 
bradenton, fla. 
Jeanne e. keiser 
Venice, fla. 
William n. kennedy 
lakeland, fla. 



education 

education 

arts & sciences 

business 

education 

arts & sciences 

arts & sciences 

education 

arts & sciences 

business 




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richard b. kerlin 

bradenton, fla. arts & sciences 

glen w. kerslake 

tallahassee, fla. arts & sciences 



Stephen c. keteltas 

'^•■QO' fa. arts & sciences 

frederjck e. kinder 

ft. lauderdale.fla. education 



Carole a. king 

valdosta, ga. music 

roy 1. king 

w. palm beach, fla. arts & sciences 



vickl j. king 

bunnell, fla. arts & sciences 

gloria j. kinnard 

lakeland, fla. home economics 



joel I. kirschbaum 
tallahassee, fla. 
lynda I. kjellstrom 

miami, fla. 



business 
nursing 



jim I. knighton 

tallahassee, fla. 
mary k. koontz 
Clearwater, fla. 



business 
education 



Joseph j. kotsis 

Jacksonville, fla. 
Sandra m. kozak 

w. palm beach, fla. 



business 
education 



379 



frank a. kreidler 




lantana, fla. 


social welfare 


franz 1. kuder 




Orlando, fla. 


music 


Charles a. kummer 




winter park, fla. 


arts & sciences 


konni 1. kunkel 




robins af b, ga. 


education 


carol s. kyser 




miami springs, fla. 


social welfare 


Cecelia a. lafavour 




meridian, miss. 


business 


sue e. laf ler 




leesburg, fla. 


arts & sciences 


michele r. lahurd 




Sarasota, fla. 


education 


mary c. lajole 




tallahassee, fla. 


arts & sciences 


jack lamotta 




tallahassee, fla. 


arts & sciences 


marcia 1. lancaster 




ft. lauderdale, fla. 


education 


glenn e. land 




ft. Walton bch., fla. 


arts & sciences 


robert b. lane, jr. 




tampa, fla. 


business 


paul d. larson 




oscoda, minn. 


education 


linda s. lastlnger 




gainesville, fla. 


social welfare 


Jacqueline m. lathrop 


Orlando, fla. 


business 


jere m. latimer 




Jacksonville, fla. 


social welfare 


jane c. latulippe 




lake wales, fla. 


education 


bruce m. lauer 




n. miami beach, fla. 


arts & sciences 


Pamela j. lawton 




Orlando, fla. 


education 


phllllp layton 




winter haven, fla. 


arts & sciences 


trances e. lee 




lake city, fla. h 


ome economics 


cynthia 1. legg 




albany, ga. 


education 


alfreda c. leibundguth 


Clearwater, fla. 


education 


david c. lelker 




tallahassee, fla. 


social welfare 


barbara d. leiterman 




pensacola, fla. 


arts & sciences 


John a. lelland 




lake worth, fla. 


arts & sciences 


gloria s. lemeske 




Jacksonville, fla. home economics 


edward c. lenner 




n. miami beach, fla. 


business 


Joseph r. lesyea 




miami, fla. 


business 


brian m. levine 




coral gables, fla. 


arts & sciences 


marllyn b. lewis 




miami, fla. 


arts & sciences 


lyonal b. lindsey, jr. 




lakeland, fla. 


arts & sciences 


kenneth m. lipman 




tallahassee, fla. 


education 


aretta d. lipscomb 




perry, fla. 


education 






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perry, fla. 


education 


jesse r. loftin, jr. 




Columbia, miss. 


social welfare 


gordan r. logan 




tallahassee,fla. 


arts & sciences 


patricia a. logan 




tatlahassee, fla. 


education 


anne e. lomery 




miami, fla. 


arts & sciences 


cheryle a. long 




hollywood, fla. 


education 


William a. long, jr. 




miami, fla. 


engineering 


Sylvia s. longe 




miami, fla. 


nursing 


m. ellen longmire 




naples, fla. 


education 


jo a. lopez 




bradenton, fla. 


education 


raymond j. lore 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


terrance m. losonsky 




Jacksonville, fla. 


business 


george h. lott, jr. 




lake park, fla. 


business 


brenda c. lowe 




tallahassee, fla. 


nursing 


anna m. loy 




merritt island, fla. 


social welfare 


Stephen p. loy 




rockledge, fla. 


social welfare 


John r. luce 




oak brooke, pa. 


business 


Jeanne e. ludke 




Jacksonville, fla. 


nursing 


Judith m. lynch 




ft. lauderdale, fla. 


arts & sciences 


kay f . lynn 




w. palm beach, fla. 


arts & sciences 


noxie a. madson 




mclean, fla. 


arts & sciences 


patricia 1. magruder 




miami, fla. 


education 


larry g. main 




auburndale, fla. 


business 


Judith m. majewski 




miami, fla. 


social welfare 


ann m. major 




miami, fla. 


education 



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michael c. mallardi 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


earl h. manheimer 




St. Petersburg, fla. 


education 


carl r. maphls 




sneads, fla. 


education 


barbara m. marchetti 




winter haven, fla. 


education 


margaret r. marion 




Orlando, fla. 


education 


wayne s. markham 




gulfport, fla. 


arts & sciences 


hedy g. merlin 




coral gables, fla. 


arts & sciences 


d. gayle marr 




Springfield, ill. 


nursing 


bruce 1. marshal! 




Orlando, fla. 


business 


mary 1. marshal! 




perry, fla. 


arts & sciences 


Carolyn s. martin 




bronson.fla. h( 


Dme economics 


Cornelia r. martin 




miramar, fla. 


nursing 


lynda 1. martin 




Jacksonville, fla. 


education 


nancy j. martin 




bradenton, fla. 


nursing 


ted martin 




plant city, fla. 


social welfare 


James g. mastrangelo 




brooklyn, n.y. 


business 


Joseph mastrovito 




hallandale, fla. 


arts & sciences 


lynne a. matheis 




Orlando, fla. 


education 


lucy a. mathis 




w. oalm beach, fla. 


education 


mary 1. matthews 




palatka, fla. home economics 


jean c. maxwell 




Jacksonville, fla. 


education 


patricia d. may 




Panama city, fla. 


arts & sciences 


susan w. mayo 




pensacola, fla. 


arts & sciences 


Catherine r. mcardle 




ft. lauderdale, fla. 


education 


robert a. mcauliffe 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


danica f. mcbride 




Sarasota, fla. 


music 


malcolm g. mccampb 


lell 


w. palm beach, fla. 


business 


martha d. mccarter 




n. mlami, fla. 


education 


lauretta s. mccoy 




blountstown, fla. 


social welfare 


anne e. mccracken 




ft. lauderdale, fla. 


education 


thomas c. mccracken 




Valparaiso, fla. 


social welfare 


margaret 1. mccreedy 




tallahassee, fla. 


education 


James e. mccullough 




Jacksonville, fla. 


business 


William v. mcdaniel, j 


r. 


tallahassee, fla. 


business 


herbert r. mcdonald 




miami, fla. 


arts & sciences 






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Jacksonville, fla. 


music 


edward m. mcfadd 


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tallahassee, fla. 


social welfare 


michael a. mcfarland 


hialeah, fla. 


business 


Patricia a. mcfarlane 


ft. myers, fla. 


arts & sciences 


elizabeth a. mcgee 




largo, fla. 


arts & sciences 


John c. mcgee 




moore haven, fla. 


education 


James p. mchone 




Jacksonville, fla. 


education 


donald y. mclntyre 




tallahassee, fla. 


social welfare 


pat a. mcintyre 




memphis, tenn. 


education 


bruce mciver 




ft. myers, fla. 


business 


mary e. mckanna 




Jacksonville, fla. 


arts & sciences 


roy mckee 




blountstown, fla. 


arts & sciences 


judy a. mclaurin 




tallahassee, fla. 


music 


karyn a. mcleland 




Clearwater, fla. 


arts & sciences 


James j. mcmanus, 


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tallahassee, fla. 


arts & sciences 


pallia p. mcmanus 




Jacksonville, fla. 


education 


donna 1. mcmaster 




tampa, fla. 


education 


susan a. mcowen 




eau gallie, fla. 


education 


glenn w. mcquigg 




Jacksonville, fla. 


business 


doris m. mctague 




tallahassee, fla. 


arts & sciences 


robert h. mctague, 


r- 


tallahassee, fla. 


education 


dianne e. means 


1 


Jensen beach, fla. 


education 


nancy e. meiners 




ft. myers, fla. 


arts & sciences 


larry s. meisner 




ft. lauderdale, fla. 


arts & sciences 


terry r. mendenhall 




St. Petersburg, fla. 


business 


richard b. merker 




St. Petersburg, fla. 


social welfare 


kerida a. merritt 




miami, fla. 


education 


ray e. merritt 




jackson, ga. 


social welfare 


Charles a. meschick 




miami, fla. 


arts & sciences 


nan messer 




St. Petersburg, fla. 


education 


margie 1. meyer 




miami, fla. 


arts & sciences 


robert a. mick 




miami, fla. 


arts & sciences 


ellen d. middleton 




Jacksonville, fla. 


arts & sciences 


barbara j. mieloch 




ft. lauderdale, fla. 


education |' 


anita r. milbourne 


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Jacksonville, fla. 


education 



383 



karen k. miles 




tallahassee, fla. 


arts & sciences 


lucinda e. miles 




miami, fla. 


education 


brenda s. miller 




Jacksonville, fla. 


social welfare 


Janet r. miller 




ft. myers, fla. 


education 


William m. miller 




tallahassee, fla. 


nursing 


sally d. millward 




palm bch. shores.fla. 


arts & sciences 


deborah c. mings 




Sarasota, fla. 


arts & sciences 


pene s. mintz 




Orlando, fla. 


education 


francine g. miriglianc 




ft. lauderdale, fla. home economics 


h. david mitchell 




w. palm beach, fla. 


arts & sciences 


Stephen e. mitchell 




hollywood, fla. 


business 


jane e. mixner 




Orlando, fla. 


education 


Johns V. mixson 




graceville, fla. 


arts & sciences 


beverly a. molander 




eau gallie, fla. 


education 


ronald e. molyneux 




lantana, fla. 


education 


mary s. moncrief 




Orlando, fla. 


social welfare 


sandi k. montgomery 




pompano beach, fla. 


education 


susan k. montgomery 


n. redington bch., fla 


business 


Julian m. moody 




lake city, fla. 


education 


carl r. moon 




ft. lauderdale, fla. 


arts & sciences 


barbara j. moore 




Orlando, fla. 


arts & sciences 


Julia k. moore 




miami, fla. 


education 


ted a. moore 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


f lorence g. morgan 




w. palm beach, fla. 


education 


Iloyd d. morgan 




tallahassee, fla. 


arts & sciences 


William c. moritz 




maumee, fla. 


business 


harold r. morley 




kingsport, tenn. 


arts & sciences 


janetta morphew 




Panama city, fla. 


education 


elizabeth a. morris 




americus, ga. 


arts & sciences 


jane morris 




miami, fla. 


education 


kathteen o. morris 




coral gables, fla. 


education 


terry e. morris 




Jacksonville, fla. 


arts & sciences 


priscilla j. morton 




bradenton, fla. 


education 


donald a. moss 




miami, fla. 


business 


ann mostoller 




tallahassee, fla. 


education 







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gail mott 

tallahassee, fla. arts & sciences 

barbara a. mountain 

madeira beach, fla. arts & sciences 



stallard b. mpata 

nkhata bay, malawi arts & sciences 

donald j. mulligan 

miami, fla. business 



margaret I. mulloy 

laurel, fla. home economics 

William p. murphy 

tampa, fla. arts & sciences 



Stephen p. murray 

Jacksonville, fla. 
William h. muth, jr. 
homestead afb, fla. 



business 
education 



Julian d. myra 

Jacksonville, fla. 
janis I. nance 
Orlando, fla. 



education 
business 



Joyce a. navratil 

miami, fla. home economics 

dartene d. nece 

miami, fla. education 



linda s. nederveld 

hialeah, fla. arts & sciences 

William r. neeriemer 

cape coral, fla. arts & sciences 



385 



nancy g. neff 

hialeah, fla. 
dorothy a. neill 
east point, ga. 
Carolyn nickens 

tallahassee, fla. 



arts & sciences 



home economics 



Christopher c. nightingale 

ft. lauderdale, fla. arts & sciences 

brenda j. nimmons 

holly hill, fla. arts & sciences 



education 



business 



nancy b. nitcher 

tallahassee, fla. 

lynda s. norris 

altha,fla. 

Carolyn a. northridge 

deland.fla. home economics 

linda j. northup 

St. Petersburg, fla. social welfare 

Charles I. nowlin, jr. 

Jacksonville, fla. business 



alien m. o'brien 

tallahassee, fla. 
thomas a. o'brien 
miami, fla. 
dewey h. o'connor 
tallahassee, fla. 
mary p. o'connor 
naples, fla. 
John p. o'dea 
tallahassee, fla. 

mary I. olmstead 
tallahassee; fla. 
Joanne e. olson 
Jacksonville, fla. 
laurel j. olson 
Clearwater, fla. 
James t. o'neal, jr. 
tallahassee, fla. 
homer a. ooten 
tallahassee, fla. 



arts & sciences 



business 



business 



education 



business 



nursmg 



education 



education 



arts & sciences 



business 




betsy e. osborne 
new Smyrna beach, fla 
mellnda s. ossorio 
miami, fla. 
m. elaine owens 
tallahassee, fla. 
frank e. owens 
tallahassee, fla. 
frederick w. owens 
safety harbor, fla. 



education 



education 



social welfare 



social welfare 



business 








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mary lynn owens 

Clearwater, fla. 
harriet a. packard 
Orlando, fla. 
Patricia e. page 
Callahan, fla. 
Judith I. pansa 
homestead, fla. 
marlene I. paris 
miami springs, fla. 

James t. parker 

Orlando, fla. 
Virginia I. parker 
miami springs, fla. 
linda m. parsons 
palatka, fla. 
donald b. passavanti 
Jacksonville, fla. 
cyndee m. patricIo 
tampa, fla. 



business 

home economics 

nursing 

home economics 

arts & sciences 

business 
business 

education 
arts & sciences 

education 




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denjse j. patronas 




mobile, ala. 


arts & sciences 


peter 1. paul III 




bonifay, fla. 


business 


donna j. pawley 




Clearwater, fla. 


education 


louise s. payne 




punta gorda, fla. 


education 


phil j. pearce, jr. 




tallahassee, fla. 


arts & sciences 


marlene a. pearman 


tallahassee, fla. 


social welfare 


dawnlta k. peasley 




Clearwater, fla. 


social welfare 


arthur h. peck, jr. 




Jacksonville, fla. 


arts & sciences 


barbara a. peck 




holly hill, fla. 


home economics 


gary r. peckham 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


harold f. peek, jr. 




ft. walton beach, fla. business 


carol j. pelham 




campbeilton, fla. 


education 


janis m. pepper 




miami, fla. 


education 


maria h. perdomo 




bainbridge, ga. 


arts & sciences 


lorenzo p. perez 




miami, fla. 


arts & sciences 


Janice k. perkins 




tallahassee, fla. 


education 


barbara j. perry 




palatka, fla. 


home economics 


brian e. peters 




bradenton, fla. 


arts & sciences 


Phyllis c. Peterson 




tallahassee, fla. 


education 


roy 1. Peterson 




tallahassee, fla. 


engineering 


sally s. peterson 




bradenton, fla. 


social welfare 


James r. petitt 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


Judith k. pet ley 




hollywood, fla. 


education 


John petri III 




miami, fla. 


business 


donald 1. petty 




Clearwater, fla. 


social welfare 




thomas m. phares 




Orlando, fla. 


business 


Patricia b. phelan 




tallahassee, fla. 


education 


denise b. pierson 




Orlando, fla. 


education 


Joyce a. pinder 




miami, fla. 


nursing 


peggy a. piper 




coral gables, fla. 


education 


bobby j. pittman 




tallahassee, fla. 


education 


barbara a. plummer 


bradenton, fla. 


education 


ronald j. polland 




miami, fla. 


arts & sciences 


mary 1. pollock 




dunedin, fla. 


home economics 


Stephen s. poole, jr 




auburndale, fla. 


engineering 


anna r. pope 




neptune beach, fla 


social welfare 


flo popp 




Jacksonville, fla. 


home economics 


paula porterfield 




labelle, fla. 


home economics 


sherry 1. poston 




miami, fla. 


home economics 


saul pozensky 




tallahassee, fla. 


social welfare 


mary m. prater 




palatka, fla. 


education 


adriane pruett 




miami, fla. 


nursing 


alva j. purvis 




tallahassee, fla. 


education 


geraldine f . quirk 




deland, fla. 


arts & sciences 


Janet 1. rabe 




miami, fla. 


education 


anne k. ralnes 




boca raton, fla. 


education 


dianne s. raker 




cross city, fla. 


education 


gwendolyn raley 




sebring, fla. 


home economics 


allison ramsaur 




Jacksonville, fla. 


education 


Caroline 1. randle 




bradenton, fla. 


education 


John e. randle 




Jacksonville, fla. 


business 


roy w. ransom 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


herbert m. rapp 




decatur, ill. 


arts & sciences 


mary b. ratzlaff 




marianna, fla. 


education 


fred s. razook, jr. 




w. palm beach, fla 


business 


rita r. reece 




n. miami, fla. 


home economics 


billie d. reed 




tampa, fla. 


arts & sciences 


susan m. reed 




ft. lauderdale, fla. 


education 


rita c. reedy 




tampa, fla. 


arts & sciences 


meredith a. rees 




v\/heaton, md. 


education 



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franklin h. regan 




winter park, fla. 


business 


John m. reid 




ft. lauderdale, fla. 


arts & sciences 


mitchell a. reis 




miami, fla. 


social welfare 


edward 1. reisinger 




miami, fla. 


education 


dennis g. revell 




bristol, fla. 


arts & sciences 


Cheryl h. reynolds 




tallahassee, fla. 


education 


John n. reynolds 




boca raton, fla. 


arts & sciences 


nancy v. reynolds 




tallahassee, fla. 


education 


m. keys rhodes 




Jacksonville, fla. 


arts & sciences 


lynne d. rice 




w. palm beach, fla. 


education 


Charlie e. richardson 




tallahassee, fla. 


arts & sciences 


Patricia 1. richbourg 




Clearwater, fla. 


social welfare 


jane e. ridlon 




nokomis, fla. 


arts & sciences 


douglas w. rieder 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


dolores m. riera 




bradenton, fla. 


education 


roy r. rinc 




miami, fla. 


arts & sciences 


robert e. ritcry 




lake worth, fla. 


music 


margaret c. ritterbusch 


delray beach, fla. 


education 


John t. rivers 




cocoa beach, fla. 


social welfare 


richard 1. roberts 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


roland b. roberts 




bonifay, fla. 


business 


davine e. robinson 




tallahassee, fla. 


education 


John s. robinson 




naples, fla. 


arts & sciences 


layon f. robinson III 




tallahassee, fla. 


social welfare 


marlene c. robinson 




pt. charlotte, fla. 


arts & sciences 


myra d. robinson 


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redington bch., fla. home economics 


rudolf j. roble, jr. 




jessup, ga. 


business 


margaret c. rocker 




metier, ga. h 


ome economics 


damon h. rodgers 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


Sharon a. rodnesky 




tallahassee, fla. 


arts & sciences 


donna m. rogers 




doraville, ga. 


arts & sciences 


george d. rogers 




tallahassee, fla. 


social welfare 


iris j. rogers 




Orlando, fla. 


arts & sciences 


barry s. roginski 




south river, n.j. 


arts & sciences 


elizabeth s. rollins 




palm bay, fla. 


education 



389 



richard b. rollins 




miarni, fla. 


social welfare 


linda g. rooks 




Jacksonville, fla. 


education 


thomas v. rooney 




tallahassee, fla. 


arts & sciences 


John h. rose 




Jacksonville, fla. 


business 


ronald r. rotzko 




Stratford, conn. 


social welfare 


w. robin roush 




delray beach, fla. 


music 


ralph 1. rowe 




fitzgerald, ga. 


business 


doyle m. rowel! 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


John r. rowland 




lake worth, fla. 


education 


Claudia rowley 




tampa, fla. 


arts & sciences 


William rozinski 




lake worth, fla. 


business 


wayne 1. rubinas 




lake alfred, fla. 


arts & sciences 


jon 1. rubinstein 




sarasota, fla. 


business 


barbara a. rudzik 




Orlando, fla. 


arts & sciences 


roger d. rumenik 




tallahassee, fla. 


arts & sciences 


claudio m. rus' 




Chicago, ill. 


arts & sciences 


melissa j. russeii 




Orlando, fla. 


education 


sherrie russo 




miami, fla. 


arts & sciences 


ruth b. rutledge 




tallahassee, fla. 


home economics 


linda j. sackmann 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


leon Sanchez 




tallahassee, fla. 


engineering 


robert b. sanchez 




plant city, fla. 


arts & sciences 


thomas a. sanchez 




tampa, fla. 


business 


Janet e. sanders 




miami, fla. 


education 


Janice a. sapp 




ft. lauderdale, fla. 


arts & sciences 


linda m. sargent 




dade city, fla. 


education 


barry w. satchwell 




carrollton, ky. 


arts & sciences 


Christie 1. scalera 




lantana, fla. 


social welfare 


waiter 1. schafer 




St. Petersburg, fla. 


arts & sciences 


marcia i. schaffer 




hialeah, fla. 


arts & sciences 


cynthia k. scheffer 




ft. walton bch., fla. home economics 


denton scheiderer 




marysville, Ohio 


social welfare 


mike schenck 




waldo, fla. 


arts & sciences 


kathleen s. schert 




Jacksonville, fla. 


education 


alex a. schlesinger 




atlanta, ga. 


education 









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Stephen c. schmidt 

miami, fla. 

albert h. schneckloth 

marianna, fla. 



business 
business 



gregory a. schnute 

huntingburg, ind. 
geraldine a. scholz 
hialeah, fla. 



business 
education 



dennise schooley 




bradenton, fla. 


business 


david p. schreck 




vestal, n.y. 


business 



charissa w. schultz 

atlanta, ga. arts & sciences 

Joseph s. schwartzer 

miami, fla. arts & sciences 



William a. schwarz 
tallahassee, fla. 
ronald I. scogglns 
ft. lauderdale, fla. 



social welfare 



education 



delores I. sconiers 

St. Petersburg, fla. 
Sharon I. scott 
neptune beach, fla. 



arts & sciences 



education 



judy a. searcy 

lee, fla. 
Jennie seay 

cottondale, fla. 



education 
education 



391 



William m. sedmak 




pompano beach, fla. 


business 


lynda g. seldl 




Orlando, fla. 


arts & sciences 


melanie j. seifert 




miami, fla. 


nursing 


michael e. seigler 




belle glade, fla. 


education 


William t. seitz 




port charlotte, fla. 


business 


gene seileck 




boca raton, fla. 


education 


mark a. seileck 




boca raton, fla. 


education 


barbara a. sepielli 




hollywood, fla. 


education 


Carolyn e. seuss 




ft. lauderdale, fla. 


education 


phillip j.shad 




Jacksonville bch., fla. 


arts & sciences 


peggy a. shannon 




hialeah, fla. 


social welfare 


waiter r. sharman 




Jacksonville, fla. 


business 


hannah j. sharp 




St. Petersburg, fla. 


arts & sciences 


donna r. shashy 




Jacksonville, fla. home economics 


alice e. shelton 




new Smyrna beach, f 


la. education 


mark a. sherouse 




miami, fla. 


arts & sciences 


vicki sherouse 




hollywood, fla. 


arts & sciences 


dennis r. shiels 




Cincinnati, ohio 


education 


Vivian m. shipley 




Jacksonville, fla. 


music 


james sikora 




Venice, fla. 


education 


myra e. silverstein 




ft. pierce, fla. 


education 


barbara a. silvis 




lake park, fla. home economics 


richard m. sims 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


sally j. singer 




lumpkin, ga. home economics 


ronald n. skufca 




pompano beach, fla. 


arts & sciences 


Carolyn 1. sladky 




miami, fla. 


education 


kenneth f . slater 




Sarasota, fla. 


arts & sciences 


joar i. slattum 




tallahassee, fla. 


arts & sciences 


Cynthia f . slivinsky 




ft. lauderdale, fla. 


arts & sciences 


marolyn 1. slusher 




tallahassee, fla. 


nursing 


susan e. small 




ft. lauderdale, fla. 


education 


gayte a. smallwood 




Sarasota, fla. 


education 


s. kimberly smernis 




ft. lauderdale, fla. 


education 


beverly a. smid 




jacksonvilfe, fla. 


education 


charlene r. smith 




ft. walton beach, fla 


education 







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chariest, smrth 




merritt island, fla. 


business 


gregg e. smith 




Jacksonville, fla. 


education 


Joseph g. smith 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


rosie 1. smith 




bonifay, fla. 


social welfare 


Sharon a. smith 




tampa, fla. 


nursing 


wanda a. smith 




apalachicola, fla. 


education 


wayne h. smith 




largo, fla. 


arts & sciences 


John p. smolenyak 




miami, fla. 


business 


nancy 1. sofge 




Chattahoochee, fla. 


social welfare 


eva sorbelio 




miami, fla. 


arts & sciences 


sue a. sorice 




Orlando, fla. 


education 


tina 1. southard 




n. miami beach, fla. 


education 


betsy j . sowers 




Orlando, fla. 


arts & sciences 


Patricia 1. spano 




holly hill, fla. 


education 


belinda sparkman 




bradenton, fla. 


education 


elizabeth d. sparkman 


dade city, fla. 


nursing 


arthur h. speedy 




Stuart, fla. 


engineering 


mary e. spratt 




miami, fla. 


education 


susan c. sprawls 




miami, fla. 


education 


Sandra e. spurlock 




Jacksonville, fla. 


arts & sciences 


melanie s. stacy 




seminole, fla. 


music 


k. bridget stark 




vero beach, fla. 


social welfare 


david St. clair 




coral gables, fla. 


business 


sherry 1. steams 




homestead, fla. 


education 


kathryne b. steffenson 


St. Petersburg, fla. 


arts & sciences 




marcia 1. Stephens 




ruskin, fia. 


education 


pearl a. Stephens 




monticello, fla. 


social welfare 


peggy Stephens 




palatka, fla. 


education 


richard a. stern 




miami, fla. 


education 


Janet 1. Sternberg 




Cincinnati, ohio 


arts & sciences 


bettie c. Stevens 




florence, Italy 


arts & sciences 


James r. stevenson 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


Janice k. Stewart 




Jacksonville, fla. 


arts & sciences 


John r. Stewart 




tallahassee, fla. 


education 


robert n. Stewart 




Jacksonville, fla. 


education 


andrew 1. stigaard 




St. Petersburg, fla. 


social welfare 


diane m. stock 




ft. lauderdale, fla. 


education 


jerry r. stokes 




ft. lauderdale, fla. 


business 


linda d. storey 




Jacksonville, fla. 


education 


Iloyd j. stowers 




w. palm beach, fla. 


arts & sciences 


chandler c. strlcklan 


d 


perry, fla. 


engineering 


nancy e. strickler 




Jacksonville, fla. 


arts & sciences 


leonard g. strom 




palm bch. gdns., fla. 


arts & sciences 


richard h. stubbs 




Jacksonville, fla. 


social welfare 


sziivia stuhlmuller 




miami, fla. 


education 


betty stultz 




miami, fla. 


education 


annette e. stutz 




Jacksonville, fla. 


education 


douglas r. sullenberger 


miami, fla. 


arts & sciences 


mary m. sulllvan 




st. Petersburg, fla. 


education 


kay m. sunderland 




keystone heights, fla 


education 


rickie j. surface 




riviera beach, fla. 


music 


mark r. Sutherland 




tallahassee, fla. 


education 


paul b. sutta 




miami, fla. 


social welfare 


alexander m. sutton 




n. miami, fla. 


social welfare 


aubrey 1. sutton, jr. 




miami, fla. 


business 


donna s. sutton 




miami, fla. 


nursing 


robert a. sutton 




coral gables, fla. 


arts & sciences 


James c. sweat 




mulberry, fla. 


social welfare 


Stephen f . sykes 




canton, me. 


business 


Jennifer j. tabor 




cape coral, fla. 


nursing 




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f ranees h. talbot 




tampa, fla. 


education 


Steve j. taminosian 




ft. myers, fla. 


business 


Joseph r. r. tanner 




satellite beach, fla. 


social welfare 


betty a. taylor 




Orlando, fla. 


nursing 


carol r. taylor 




Clearwater, fla. 


education 


nancy e. taylor 




plantation, fla. 


education 


June m. teal 




pensacola, fla. 


education 


susan a. tesch 




pensacola, fla. 


arts & sciences 


linda k. teuton 




gainesville, fla. 


nursing 


James h. thibault 




hallandale, fla. 


education 


Janice a. thomas 




pompano beach, fla 


arts & sciences 


William j. thomas 




winter park, fla. 


social welfare 


Joseph e. thompson, 


jr. 


Jacksonville, fla. 


social welfare 


juanita 1. thompson 




n. miami, fla. home economics 


mary a. thompson 




leesburg, fla. 


arts & sciences 


mary e. thompson 




hollywood, fla. 


business 


margaret k. thrower 




milton, fla. 


education 


candace i. tilton 




san mateo, fla. 


education 


Sharon k. titus 




Sebastian, fla. 


arts & sciences 


glenda p. todd 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


Judith a. toohill 




Jacksonville, fla. home economics 


diana s. townsend 




tallahassee, fla. 


education 


joe 1. trafton 




miami, fla. 


arts & sciences 


gary f. treece 




morristown, tenn. 


education 


michael f. trexler 




maitland, fla. 


business 


linda e. trigg 




miami, fla. 


education 


Charles f . troxel 




ft. lauderdale, fla. 


arts & sciences 


elizabeth h. truluck 




havana, fla. 


education 


richard c. turbeville 




ft. pierce, fla. 


arts & sciences 


hugh r. turley 




tallahassee, fla. 


arts & sciences 


linda g. turner 




lake city, fla. 


education 


richard c. turner 




winter park, fla. 


business 


John c. tye, jr. 




lawtey, fla. 


business 


brenda e. tyre 




green cove springs, fl 


a. education 


linda m. tyrholm 




pompano beach, fla. 


business 



395 



jan m. vail 




St. Petersburg, fla. 


education 


trudy van bezooye 


n 


miami, fla. 


arts & sciences 


james w. vandervort 


tallahassee, fla. 


business 


Carole a. van gundy 


miami, fla. 


home economics 


helena e. van heinii 


igen 


delray beach, fla. 


home economics 


karen c. van rij 




tallahassee, fla. 


arts & sciences 


betsy 1. vega 




perrine, fla. 


home economics 


vicki a. vega 




miami, fla. 


music 


gretchen 1. vodrey 




Jacksonville, fla. 


education 


kenneth f. von roenn, jr. 


louisville, ky. 


business 


david m.waddell 




boynton beach, fla 


business 


robert 1. wade 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


arthur c. wagner, jr 




niceville, fla. 


business 


Stan i. wakefield 




pensacola, fla. 


arts & sciences 


mary k. waldeck 




Jacksonville, fla. 


home economics 


patricia a. walden 




ft. lauderdale, fla. 


home economics 


terry h. walden 




lake wales, fla. 


arts & sciences 


glenn walker, jr. 




waukeenah, fla. 


at ts & sciences 


Suzanne e. walker 




rome, ga. 


home economics 


nancy k. waiters 




Panama city, fla. 


nursing 


Carole e. ward 




Venice, fla. 


education 


j. robert ward 




daytona beach, fla. 


business 


mary s. ward 




cottondale, fla. 


education 


peggy 1. ware 




branford, fla. 


education 


beverly a. warner 




lakeland, fla. 


education 


Sandra 1. warrlnger 




satellite bch., fla. 


arts & sciences 


linda 1. waters 




tarpon springs, fla. 


home economics 


mary b. watklns 




wright patterson, o 


1. arts & sciences 


jerry j.waxman 




miami, fla. 


arts & sciences 


Cynthia l.weatherred 


ft. lauderdale, fla. 


music 


calvin f . webb 




St. Petersburg, fla. 


arts & sciences 


richard f. webb 




ocala, fla. 


arts & sciences 


barbara j. wegman 




tallahassee, fla. 


social welfare 


margaret 1. weide 




pompano beach, fl 


a. education 


Janice m. weir 




Jacksonville, fla. 


education 




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richard a. welch 

Orlando, fla. 
Joseph I. wells 

Jacksonville, fla. 

carol s. wenshaw 
miami, fla. 
linda c. wenz 
Jacksonville, fla. 

Joyce a. west 
Chicago, ill. 
Patricia west 
ft. lauderdale, fla. 

susan c. west 

St. Petersburg, fla. 
gerald c. wester 
Chattahoochee, fla. 



business 
business 

education 
education 

home economics 
arts & sciences 

education 
business 



kathy I. whetstone 

panacea, fla. education 

mary j. whigham 

pensacola, fla. arts & sciences 



Claudia p. white 




apalachicola, fla. 


arts & sciences 


david m. white 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


harriet b. white 




kissimmee, fla. 


arts & sciences 


James r. white 




tallahassee, fla. 


social welfare 



397 



lynne s. white 




tallahassee, f la. 


social welfare 


paulette 1. white 




pensacola, f la. 


business 


sherry e. white 




port St. joe, fla. 


education 


Stephen r. white 




pensacola, fla. 


arts & sciences 


thomas w. whitefie 


Id 


opa— locka, fla. 


business 


kaye whitehurst 




plant city, fla. 


education 


ray a. whitson 




titusville, fla. 


education 


mark a. whittaker 




winter park, fla. 


arts & sciences 


douglas e. whitten 




delray beach, fla. 


arts & sciences 


donna j. wiehaus 




St. Petersburg, fla. 


arts & sciences 


randall 1. wilder 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


James 1. wiley 




Jacksonville, fla. 


business 


melissa s. wiikins 




sanford, fla. 


arts & sciences 


nancy a. wiikowski 




holiday, fla. 


education 


enoch a. Williams 




titusville, fla. 


business 


trances s. williams 




Jacksonville, fla. 


home economics 


jerry s. williams 




winter park, fla. 


education 


Joseph a. williams 




tallahassee, fla. 


education 


Judith 1. Williams 




Jacksonville, fla. 


arts & sciences 


marilyn d. williams 




Panama city, fla. 


arts & sciences 


robert w. williams 




St. augustine, fla. 


business 


sandra g. williams 




Jacksonville, fla. 


education 


Willie e. Williams 




miami, fla. 


education 


franklin b. wilson, 


jr. 


Orlando, fla. 


education 


martha t. wilson 




tallahassee, fla. 


education 


mary jo wilson 




ft. pierce, fla. 


home economics 


Pamela p. wilson 




ocala, fla. 


social welfare 


linda g. wing 




fern park, fla. 


arts & sciences 


Cecelia j. wingert 




miami, fla. 


education 


Stuart h. wise, jr. 




Orlando, fla. 


arts & sciences 


linda j.wisner 




tampa, fla. 


arts & sciences 


Carolyn a. witcher 




tallahassee, fla. 


arts & sciences 


dixie e. wittstruck 




Sarasota, fla. 


education 


david b. wolfe 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


lawson d. wolfe 




titusville, fla. 


arts & sciences 



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larry d. wood 






tallahassee, f la. 




business 


Sharon c. wood 






opa— locka, fla. 




education 


jane woodward 






quincy, fla. 




arts & sciences 


Steven j. workman 




n. miami beach, 


fla. 


business 



carl p. worthy 

ft. lauderdale, fla. arts & sciences 

William p. wright II 

tallahassee, fla. social welfare 



waiter d. wyatt 

tallahassee, fla. nursing 

paula m. wyche 

miami, fla. home economics 



linda I. wyman 

tampa, fla. arts & sciences 

harry a. yates, jr. 

tallahassee, fla. arts & sciences 



robert a. yatsuk 

Orlando, fla. music 

judy c. york 

Clermont, fla. home economics 



Sandra a. young 

brent, ala. 
bernard d. zavish 
tallahassee, fla. 



arts & sciences 



business 



norma s. adams 




Columbus, ga. 


arts & sciences 


sam h. adams 




Columbus, ga. 


arts & sciences 


robert m. back 




Westchester, pa. 


arts & sciences 


george baggett 




opa-locka, fla. 


law 


emily bane 




atlanta, ga. 


music 


carol a. belcer 




Chicago, ill. 


arts & sciences 


mary g. bollinger 




Starke, fla. 


arts & sciences 


ramon brodermann 




natchitoches, la. 


arts & sciences 


drennen a.browne 




tallahassee, fla. 


arts & sciences 


marguerite e. bryant 




Orlando, fla. 


library science 


donna m. bush 




flora la, aia. 


education 


juanita byrd 




berea, ky. 


library science 


teresita e. chambless 




tallahassee, fla. 


arts & sciences 


sakit chantanotoke 




Washington, d.c. 


arts & sciences 


robert w.chestney 




tallahassee, fla. 


arts & sciences 


joan m.clare 




Jacksonville, fla. 


education 


ronald h. dark 




tallahassee, fla. 


arts & sciences 


terry p. cole 




tallahassee, fla. 


law 


Stephen a.collins 




tallahassee, fla. 


social welfare 


richard a. colyer 




ft. lauderdale, fla. 


business 


laraine correll 




laud-by-the-sea, fla. 


library science 


James m. corrigan 




sarasota, fla. 


law 


James w. cortada 




orange, fla. 


arts & sciences 


raquel a. cortina 




new Orleans, la. 


business 


leonard i. cottom 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


ken w.davis 




perry, fla. 


law 


Carolyn s. doran 




lakeland, fla. 


arts & sciences 


sheila k.dupree 




Panama city, fla. 


education 


lawrence e. ellis 




tallahassee, fla. 


library science 


carl r. enchelmager 




arlington heights, ill. 


business 


ava j. eng 




miami, fla. 


arts & sciences 


erick p. erickson 




dothan, ala. 


education 


david 1. espenscheid 




tallahassee, fla. 


library science 


robert fahnestock 




pensacola, fla. 


business 


James f lanagan 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 






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geoffrey a.fletcher 




Jacksonville, fla. 


business 


William b. fletcher 




tallahassee, fla. 


education 


Joseph 1. fournier 




tallahassee, fla. 


social welfare 


sami goldstayn 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


osborne 1. gomez 




St. Petersburg, fla. 


library science 


gary e. gore 




pensacola, fla. 


arts & sciences 


benjamin h. groomes 




tallahassee, fla. 


education 


robert m. haggard 




tallahassee, fla. 


law 


marilyn c. hansen 




tallahassee, fla. 


education 


deedra 1. harpold 




seminole, fla. 


education 


david w. henne 




tallahassee, fla. 


music 


richard e. herrington 




graniteville, s.c. 


arts & sciences 


emmett g. hines 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


allison m. hubbard 




baton rouge, la. home economics 


loger a. huff 




Sarasota, fla. 


education 


sherrie 1. jack 




tallahassee, fla. 


library science 


James w. jackson 




tallahassee, fla. 


education 


marion f. jefferson 




tallahassee, fla. 


education 


matthew m. Johnson 




Orlando, fla. 


law 


William e. Johnson 




Jacksonville, fla. 


taw 


mohamed a. kadir 




tallahassee, fla. 


education 


Jamie e. kannette 




miami, fla. 


library science 


robert n. kenney III 




stone mountain, ga. 


arts & sciences 


gene a. klinger 




tallahassee, fla. 


arts & sciences 


wonja koh 




tallahassee, fla. 


library science 





bill I. kotch 

bremond, tex. 
poranee kunchavalee 
Washington, d.c. 
julle m. lasater 
tupelo, miss. 
linda c. lehmann 
wilmette, ill. 
suraphon lekpasan 
Washington, d.c. 



education 
education 

education 

education 

arts & sciences 



ellls e. long 

tallahassee, fla. arts & science? 

sven o. lovegren 

ft. pierce, fla. arts & sciences 

roger w. lunt 

darango, colo. business 

Christine m. marston 

woodside, n.y. social welfare 

Jorge martinezguerra 

tallahassee, fla. business 

michael s. mcgahee 

powder springs, ga. arts & sciences 

Cheryl a. mcgahey 



tallahassee, fla. 
William j. miles 
tallahassee, fla. 
robert I. mitchell 
Jacksonville, fla. 
peggy a. mohr 
tallahassee, fla. 



home economics 

arts & sciences 

education 



thomas montgomery 
tallahassee, fla. 
p. kathleen moore 
lakeland, fla. 
William r. morris 
daytona beach, fla. 
Samuel n. mosley 
Jacksonville, fla. 
carl c. norton 
rantoul, ill. 



library science 

law 

arts & sciences 

arts & sciences 

education 

arts & sciences 



William g. orlando 

Cornwall, n.y. arts & sciences 

robert g. palmer, jr. 

tallahassee, fla. music 

chitchai panichapat 

tallahassee, fla. arts & sciences 

sivara pataraporn 

Washington, d.c. arts & sciences 

veronica s. pantelidis 

tallahassee, fla. library science 




howard I. parris, jr. 
atlanta, ga. 
William j. phelan 
tallahassee, fla. 
Sharon m. ohelps 
Jacksonville, fla. 
robert h. pinder 
tallahassee, fla. 
mary I. pittman 
tallahassee, fla. 

orlay e. plummer 
bradenton, fla. 
keren I. polidoro 
auburn, ala. 
arthur d. pollock 
dunedin, fla. 
robert posada 
tallahassee, fla. 



arts & sciences 

education 

education 

home economics 

education 

arts & sciences 

music 

arts & sciences 

business 



nuntavadee puntamanonda 

tuskegee inst., ala. arts & sciences 












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aldemar rojas 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


raymond w. roland 




tallahassee, fla. 


law 


Stephen h. rugg 




tallahassee, fla. 


arts & sciences 


peter c. sackmann 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


James j. sale 




madison, fla. 


business 


malayad sankayadana 


Washington, d.c. 


arts & sciences 


elton scott 




tampa, fla. 


arts & sciences 


James r. sever 




pensacola, fla. 


arts & sciences 


eleanor a. shaver 




taylors, s.c. 


library science 


v«/illiam g. shultz 




lookout mt., tenn. 


social welfare 


pimjal skulratona 




bangkok, thailand 


business 


w. scott steggall 




tallahassee, fla. 


education 


Paul j. straube 




south bend, ind. 


business 


chinda suksriwong 




bangkok, thailand 


arts & sciences 


John c. taylor 


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naples, fla. 


arts & scietic^ 


martha a. taylor 




pensacola, fla. 


arts & sciences 


mary k. timberlake 




Shawnee, okla. 


education 


mary c. traweek 




baton rouge, la. 


education 


herbert g. traxler 




Vienna, austria 


arts & sciences 


gary w. van doren 




ft. lauderdale, fla. 


education 


willem i. van rij 




tallahassee, fla. 


arts & sciences 


bernard w. vatz 




huntsville, ala. 


engineering 


george 1. waas 




tallahassee, fla. 


law 


Joyce a. waybright 




St. Petersburg, fla. 


library science 


david e. wegman 




tallahassee, fla. 


business 


Sharon 1. weintraub 




miami, fla. 


arts & sciences 


William t. wheeler 




tifton, ga. 


education 


carol a. white 




tallahassee, fla. 


library science 


jack a. Whitley 




tallahassee, fla. 


law 


edna p. wilkerson 




jay, fla. 


library science 


John w. wllkes 




tallahassee, fla. 


education 


jong y. woo 




tallahassee, fla. 


arts & sciences 


dianne h. wright 




valdosta, ga. 


library science 


mary e. wysong 




charlestown, w. va. 


library science 


richard e. yinger 




tallahassee, fla. 


arts & sciences 



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we pause to reflect 

on what these years have meant to us: 

if we have benefited from them 

we know that learning 

is a never-ending process. 

we leave these walls 

to go into the real world 

to be altered by it — 

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but to make man a creature fit 
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subject index 



page 

introduction 1 

draft dodgers 42 

features 46 

homecoming 50 

gymkana 58 

Christmas 60 

circus 62 

artist series 74 

earth day 84 

moratorium 86 

campus beauties 90 

sports 110 

coaches 114 

team 1 16 

seniors 118 

games 120 

marching chiefs . 126 

cheerleaders 128 

basketball 130 

soccer 136 

swimming 138 

baseball 142 

cross country 148 

wrestling 149 

gymnastics 151 

track 152 

golf 154 

judo 1 56 

tennis 158 

student affairs 160 

university union 188 

program council 190 

administration and bosp 192 

tally ho .194 

flambeau 198 

legend 201 

smoke signals 204 

production lab 206 

photographers 208 

business office 210 

organizations 212 

greeks 250 

academics 322 

administration 326 

outstanding professor 334 

classes 348 

who's who 356 

seniors and grads 362 

index 408 



408 



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A8ERN»tHY,S«NDR» 
IBRAIRO, PHILIP 
aBROIRO, PHILLIP 
4BSTEIN, JSCK 
ACHTEMEtER,SU5«N 

acosia.HOHORO 

ACOSia.HOHIE 



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AOdM'i.NETa 
aoaHS»NORMA 
aoAMS, REBECCA 
OOAMS.SAM 
ADAMS, VIUIKKA 
ADELMiN.LENNT 
ADELMAN, LEONARD 
aOKINS, ELLEN 
aOKINS, SANDRA 



AHKINS, SUSAN 



ALBANESE.IOM 
ALBRIGHT, BOB 
AL(JRIGHT, ROBERT 
ALCOCK, DOROTHY 



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362 
362 
362 

222 



187 
316 
237 

362 



OTPICIA 
RARBARA 



ALFORn, CAROL 
ALFRED, JOSEPH 
ALFRIEN 



217 

'36,290, 
362 
362 
217 
ISO, 183, 
218,219,222,234,21.2 
313 
362 
216 
182 
215 
235 



ALLEY, EHMA 
ALLIERI,LTNN 



ALLISON 


.LAURENCE 
3USAN 


ALLREU 


ALOED, SUSAN 


ALVAsfz 


BARBARA 


ALVAREZ 




ALVAREZ 


PHIL 


ALHINjH 


Srk 


AMATEiS, 


-RANK 


AHAIUZZI, JANET 


AMENOOL 


1,JUANITA 
CHARD 


AMMAN, R 


AMMANN.GFNF 


AMHERmIn, DAVID 


AMOROSO 


RATRICIA 


AMOS, JA 




AMOS, STEPHANIE 


ANCHORS 


MICHELE 


ANOERSO 


M, ANNE 



ANDERSON, DON 
ANDERSON, EDWARD 
ANDERSON, GEORGE 
ANDERSON, KAREN 
ANDERSON, LESLEY 
" NDERSON, PATSY 



8ACHTEL,ELIZ 
9ACK, ROBERT 



BAOia, CYNTHIA 



BAOCFR, SANDY 

a, 6 - - 

,BE 



aaER, BEVERLY 

'laOGETT, GEORGE 
BAGGS,HaDE 
BAGLEY,BERNIE 
BAILEY, DOUG 
BAILEY, ELAINE 



318 
222 
362 
,362 
352 
2 36 
26S 
2i2 



336 
279 
295 



ANDERSON, PAUL 




352 


ANDERSON, ROBERT 




352 


ANDERSON, S. 




312 


ANOERSON,SONYa 




21.2 


ANDREWS. GAIL 




129 


ANDREWS, LINOa 




362 


ANDREWS, MARY 




352 


ANDREWS, MICHELLE 




231. 


ANDREWS, NANCY 


235 


2'.2 


ANTHONY, RICMBRO 




362 


ANTONE, SOPHIA 


222 


,235 


apling.gayla 
applet6n,beth 




226 




280 


ARELLANO, RICHARD 




216 


ARIC<, CLARKE 




300 


ARMSTON, TRACY 




298 


ARMSTRONG, AROEN 




283 


ARMSTRONG, KRISTIE 




232 


ARNOLD, GIGI 




231 


ARNOLD, JOHN 




327 


ARNOLD, LINDA 




362 


ARNOLD, SALLY 


181 


,218 


ARNOLD, SHEPAN 




362 


ARNOW, NANCY 
ARNSOORF, STEVE 




222 




300 


ARRINGTON, JOY 




362 


ARRINGTON, MARTHA 




362 


ART,DEOE 




280 


aRT,OEEOEE 


236, 


251, 
261 


A5HD0WN, MICHELE 




185 


ASHLEY, KATHLEEN 
ASHMORE, ROBERT 




222 




115 


ASKER, SYBIL 


231 


,275 


ASKEY,JANIS 


217 


,352 


aSMBR, NORMAN 




205 


aTCHEY,LaRPY 
ATKINSON, KRISTINE 




320 




215 


ATLEE.LTNN 




2 35 


ATTERtD&iRAY 




303 


atwooo.nAncy 




297 


AUGUSTYNIAK, MARIA 
AUNE.T. GEORGE 


258 


,362 




353 


AUSFELD.aaPaARA 
AUSTIN, BILL 




272 




229 


auST N,CECE 




225 


auST N, CECELIA 




2'.0 


AUSI N, PAULA 




363 


AUST N.WILLIAH 
AVIGDOR.ARLENE 




363 




363 


aVIRETT,8ILL 




J03 


AVIRRET , BILLY 




250 



222 

297 

258 

181 

223,261, 



295 



BAILEY, JAMES 



BAILEY, THOMAS 
BAILEY, TOM 
BAINBRtOGE,«AR 
9AISDEN,TRtSH 



BAKER, CHARLOTTE 
BAKER, DEBORAH 
BAKER, LINDA 
RAKER, MYRA 
BAKER, ROBERT 
BaLDWIN,a. 
SaLDWIN, JUDITH 
BaLOWIN, SUSAN 
QALEWSKt, LARRY 
9ALINT, BRUCE 
BAlISTRERI ,KATHY 
BALL, JANET 
BALL, SUSAN 
BAMBAKOS, PATRICIA 
BANE, EMILY 
BANE, MIKE 
BANKS, BOBBIE 
BANKS, BREWSTER 
BANKS, CHARLES 

BANKS, CHARLOTTE 
BANKS, SUSAN 
BANT AjMIKKI 

3antten, linda 

ba°tist4,sam 

aaRBEE,MARTHa 

SaPBEE, VIRGINIA 
BARBEE,WILLiaM 
BARBER, JIM 



oapCLaY.aNMa 


saRCUS, BEVERLY 


BARENDSE, LOUISA 


BARER, MARYANN 
BARKSDALE, BARBARA 


aaoKSOALE, BOBBY 


BARNES, DAVID 


BARNES, SUSAN 


HARNETT, BARBARA 


BARNETTE.CL IFTON 
BARNUM,TOM 


9AR0NF, SUSAN 


OARR,JOHN 


BARR, PAMELA 


BARRETT, PAT 


BARRINEiSu.MARY 


BARRIOS, BOB 


BARRON, LYNN 


BARRY, MRS. 


BARSOM.SKIR 


BARSON, LINDA 


■lARTEL, JULIE 


BA^T'^LS, JULIE 


laRTHLi .JAf'ET 


,jaPTlN,rI.,nY 


BARTLET T,M«JGARET 


BARTLETT,RrYCE 


BARTON, PAUL 


BARWICK, KENNETH 
aaSHOR, PAMELA 


aaS5,DIANNE 


BASS, STEVE 


BASS.THERON 



BASTIAN, SUSAN 
BATCHELOR.OE 
3ATSON,0ARRELL 
BATSTONE, SUSAN 
BATTLE, PATRICIA 
BAUER, DAVID 
BAUER, MARY 

BauMaNN, JOHN 



BEaR04LL,M«RY 

8EasLEY,HEPSCH 

BEASLEY, SANDRA 

BEA50N,MANOY 

BEATYjRYAN 

3FAU00IN,MaRYa 



BECKmTH,CYN 
BECTON, JULIE 
BEEBE, ROBERT 



BELCER, CAROL 
BELL ,BARalE 



BELL , CINDY 
BELL, CYNTHIA 



BELL ,JANE 



BELL, SHARON 
BELLAFIORE, MARIE 
BELSER, JUDITH 
BELSER, JUDY 
SENNETT, BARBARA 
OENNEIT, BARRY 
BENNETT, BETH 
BENNETT, CECILE 
BENNETT, DOROTHY 
BENNETT , GERRY 
BENNETT, GINGER 
BENNETT, JEAN 
3ENNETI , JEANNIE 
BENNETT, KATHY 
BENNETT, SHERRY 
BENOIT,00UG 
BENTON, GAIL 
BENTON, RICHARD 
BENTON, RICK 
aERG.KAREN 
BERNEY, ROBERTA 

NIUS, RANDY 

' " TER,f ' 
ONNIE 

BERRY, JANN 
OERRY.JOHN 
9ERTKE, PATRICIA 
BESSERER, CAROL 
SETHEA.PAM 
BETHEA, PAMELA 
SETTS, MARY 
BEVILLE, STEVE 
alANCHI, ROBERT 



353 
282 
235 
116 
123 
306 
218,219, 
313 
21.5,292 
129, 357 
216 
182 
363 
363 
312 
268, 363 
363 
199 
302 
282 
222 



354,365 

363 

21.9,266 



206 
353 

21.1., 363 
185 
116 

216,353 
363 
353 



227 

295 

..361. 



iTi.^, 
2 85 



311 
216 
316 



233 

280 
223 
181 



277 
235 
252 
282 



-J, (TOO, 

56,364 
129 
361. 



aiE 


, CHAR 


BIE 


,CHARLENE 


BIE 


LLING, jaMES 


BIG 


HAM, PATRICIA 


3IG 


HAH, SID 


aiL 


L INGSLEY ,EARL 


au 


LINGSLY,MARCia 


BIN 


OER, SANDY 



UNION, TRaCY 
tlIRCH,8ETIY 
BIRCMFIELD, jaMES 
BIOD, jaNICE 
BIRD, SUSAN 
BIRDSONG, LOGAN 
BIROSONG, RICHARD 
alRGER, DOROTHY 
BISHOP, KARL 
BISHOP, MaRILYN 
alSSETT, MARILYN 
BLACK 



MEP 



<, MARIAN 
BLACK, NANCY 
BLACK, PATRICIA 
BLACKWELL, AUDREY 
9LACKWELL, DAVID 
BLAIR, LINDA 
BLAKE, ELIZABETH 
BLANCO, CARIDAD 
BLANKENSHIP.HARY 
BLANKNER,THERESa 
3LANNING,CINNY 
BLANNING, VIRGINIA 
BLASH-THOMas 
3LAUSER, CHERYL 
3LED0YN, CHRISTINE 
BLEE, MYRON 
BLISS, TINA 
BLISS, TIIA 
BLITCH.RAYFORD 
BLOCK, SHIRLEY 
BLODGETT, KAREN 
BLOUNT , JUDY 
BDOIFORD, STEVE 
30JO,ERWIN 
aOGDANOFF ,HOB 
90GGIE,D0UG 
BOGGIE, DOUGLAS 



BOGGY, RICH 

BOLLINGER, 

30LVIN, BEVERLY 

BOMGARONER, PATRICIA 

aONaPFEL,PAUL 

30NATZ, JOAN 

30N0,B. 

BOND. ELIZABETH 

BONOERVD, LUCILLE 

BONIELLO, JCY 

BONIFAY, CECELIA 

BONN, DENNIS 
BONNaBEL,CORaLIE 
BOOTH, aNNE 
BOOTH, JOHN 
30RASCH,0AN 
BORASCH, DANIEL 
30RB, LINDA 
, LINDA 



nORjf ,3A 
BORRIES, SUSAN 
303HNaCK,MICHA 

90SLEY,Bapnapa 

30STIAN,BaPBaPA 
30SWELL iWILLian 
30URNE,9nB 
BOUT IN, JAN 
BOWDOIN.ROD 
BOWEN, JILL 
3awFN,PAT 
BOWER, LEONARD 
BOWER, LISA 
BOWER, NATHAN 
BOWERS, REBECCA 
BOWIE, MARY 



EL 



iiUi 



3 U K , 
BOYC 



BOyCE, BEVERLY 
BOYD,CHERI 
aOYD, JAMES 



30 


D,RICHAPO 


BO 


D,RICK 


30 


D, SUSAN 


30 


ETT.JOHN 


30 


KIN,£DLYNE 


3 


LE, BARBARA 


30 


LE, VALERIE 
rNTON,BEN 


30 


aOZEMAN, JAMES 




^CKIN,CHARLA 


3R 


SDFORO, CAROL 


B» 


IDFORO, LINDA 


BP 


SDFORD, RALPH 


BRADLEY, DEBORAH 


3P 


»DSHAW, SUSAN 


BR 


^OY,MEi 


OR 


ADY, PATRICK 


OR 


aiNARD, NANCY 


BR 


allHWAITF ,noB 
SM8LEI, PEGGY 


BR 


3R 


.NO.MaPGIE 


3P 




3P 


ANDT, JOANNE 


3R 


ANE.BETH 




aNNEN, JOSEPH 


3R 


aNILET.PaTRICIA 
aslNGTON.BOB 


8R 



BRAY ,BRENDa 
aRaY,LYLE 
3REE0EN,M. 
9REE0EN,Mim 
3REEN,RUTH 
BREIN.aiMEE 
BREWER, ERIN 
BREWSTER, PATTY 
3RICKETT , BECKY 
9RICKMaN,B0a 
flRIOGLAND, THOMAS 
3RIEN,AIMEE 
BRINKLEY, MARGARET 
BRINSON, CONNIE 
BRISTOL, SCOTT 
BRITT,ROD 
aRITIIAN, THOMAS 
BROAODUS,KAYE 
<, JEANNE 



BROMLEY, f 
BROOK, PETtH 
BROOKS, BROWNING 
BROOKS, DENNIS 
8R00KS, MARTHA 
BROOKS, SHARON 



190 
36". 
239 



217 

21.1 
275 
21.1 
260 
351. 
181. 
312 

235.292 
310 

235,299 
222 
36". 
361. 
351. 
239 



1.2,21.8 
218 
320 



215 
139 
215 



320 
310 
290 



139 
233 
216 
216 



355 
318 
222 
317 
218, 
,312 



365 
59 
310 
365 
319 
365 
222 

180,216, 
218,21.4 
186 
3 65 
307 
290 
297 
299 
210 
261. 
291. 
222 
289 

216,21.1., 
365 
125 
279 
308 
265 
235 
216 
235 
280,365 
236 
271. 
21.5 



355 
210 
216 



316 

225,236 

222 



BROWN, CANTER 



BROWN, JERI 
8R0WN,M. 
3R0WN, MARTHA 
BROWN, PATRICIA 
BROWN, ROBERT 
BROWN, SUSAN 
BROWN, THOMAS 
BROWN, WEEZY 
BROWNE, DRENNEN 
BROWNE, TIM 
BROWNETT.HERS 
8R0WNETT, HERBERT 
BROWNING, SUSAN 
BROWNING, THOMAS 
BROWNING, TOM 
BRUCE, TWYLA 
BRUNSON, BARBARA 
3RUT0N, CHRISTINE 
BRYAN, KATHARINE 
BRYAN, KITTY 
BRYANT , ANNA 
BRYANT ,303 
BRYANT, CAROL 
BRYANT, MaPGUERITE 
aRYON, KITTY 
3UCCI, JOaNNE 
BUCHANAN, STEVE 
9UCHMAN, SUSAN 
BUCK, CATHERINE 
BUCK, CATHY 
BUCKLEY, JACK 
BUCKLEY, JOHN 
BUELL, BRUCE 
BUERGER, C. 
BUHL, FRED 
BUIS,ANNE 
aUIS,LELA 

8ULLARD,CLE 
BULLARD.DICK 
BULLARD, JERRY 
BULLARD,JOHN 
BULLIHGTON, LINDA 
BUMGARONER.PaTRICI A 
BUNKER, PAUL A 
8UNN,GINNY 
BUPP,RENO 
3URCH, REGINALD 
BURGESS, BARBARA 
BURGESS, SIEVE 
BURGESS, SUZANNE 
3URGI0, MICHAEL 
BURGOS, CARLOS 
BURK, RARBARA 
BURKE, DOUG 
BURKE, GEORGE 
BURKE, JEANNE 
BURKE, JIM 
3URKEIT,BEriY 
BURLEY ,DavIO 
BURNETT, PETE 



BURNS, PATRICIA 
9UPR, LAURIE 
BURRIS, GINGER 

3Ui>PIS, SHIPLEY 
BURROUGHS, DONNA 
BURI,90a8Y 
BURT, JOHN 
BURT, JUDY 
auRI,LONNIF 
BURT , RAYMOND 
9URICH, DONALD 
BURTCHIN 

ausc 

aUSCnnun, 
BUSH,CHUr 
9USH,D0NNo 
BUSH, SALLY 
BUTLER, 3ARPARA 
BUTLER, CANOaCE 
BUTLER, CATHY 
BUTLER, CURT 
BUTLER, MARY 
BUTLER, RAYMON 
BUTLER, SHARON 
8YaRS,SaNDY 
BYLER,jaMES 
BYRO, J.SCOTT 
BYRD, JUaNITA 



NE 



319 
153 
320 
365 
356, 
365 
365 
153 
365 



365 

195 

365 

236.262 



175 
268 
222 
236 
316 
365 
355 



231. 
231., 
234 
282 
136 
270 



216 
,365 
235 



355 
365 
183 



235 
176 
318 
365 
265 
236 
182 
266 
21.2,262, 
365 
232,311. 
365 
115 
133 



365 
365 
365 
285 
366 
225 



CABALLERO.PaTRICia 




211 


CABLE, RANDY 




133 


CAMILL, DEBORAH 




315 


cain,hAry 


235 


,310 


CAIN£,MARr 




179 


CAIRNS, GRACE 




216 


CALABRIA, JOHN 




151. 


CALOHELL, NORMAN 




365 


CALDWELL, T. 




272 


CALDWELL, WILLIS 




332 


CALLAGY, SHANNON 




356 


CALLAHAN, DEBBIE 




235 


CaLLaHAN,DEBORaH 


222, 


231., 
290 


CaLLANCTERRI 


53, 


219, 
365 






CALLANO, TERRY 




278 


CALLAWAY, GAY 


21.0 


,315 


GALLEY, LYNN 
CAMARERO,NORA 




356 




366 


CAMP,OENNIS 




320 


CAMPBELL, CATHERINE 




185 


CAMPBELL, CHARLIE 




236 


CAMPBELL, DEBORAH 




275 


CAMPBELL, DOAK 


216 


,317 


CAMPBELL, DOROTHY 


272 


,366 


CAMPBELL, DOUG 




303 


CAMPBELL, JEAN 




280 


CAMPBELL, LEIGH 




273 


CAMPBELL, MARGARET 




216 


CAMPBELL, NANCY 


215 


.217 


CAMPBELL, PATRICIA 




355 


CAMPBELL, SUSAN 


219, 


272, 
,366 




275 


CAMPBELL, THOMAS 
CANNON, FRANCIS 




216 




189 


CANNON, MARGARET 




2 36 


CANNON, MICHAEL 




317 


CANNON, TERRY 




292 


CANTEY, DORIS 




190 


CANTRELL, SYLVIA 


226 


,355 


CAPLAN, MICHAEL 
CAPPLEHAN,BILL 




356 


116. 


119, 
124 






CARaaEL,NEIL 




317 


r.aRFY -JOHN 




2tt 



CaREY,LYNNE 




25". 


CAREY, SUSAN 


200, 


216, 




2l8 


,35? 


CARLISLE, SAMUEL 
CARLSON, DALE 




356 


315 


,356 


CARLTON, JEOFREY 




366 


CAPMIChSeL, LESLIE 




233 


CAPHICHAEL, SUSAN 
CAPMONa,RaRBARA 


222 


,236 




21.1 


CAR0IHERS,M.W. 




217 


CARPENTER, JOHN 
CARPENTIERI, MARIANNE 




303 


312 


.366 


CARRAWAY, LILLY 
CaRHELL,DuaNE 




365 




115 


CaRRIER, JEFF 




289 


CaPRIGAN, JOHN 




215 


CaRRICaw, RICHARD 




365 


CARRUTH,HAMP 




320 


CARSON, HAPRY 




365 


LARSON, ROBERT 




355 


CARTER, JAMES 




289 


CARTER, LOIS 




356 


CARUSO, JAMES 




2 95 


CARUSO, STEPHEN 




366 


CARUSO, SIEVE 




291. 



RY 



CASANOVA, VICKI 
CASBON.JOHN 
CASH, BECKY 
Ca5H,R0N 
CASON, COSBY 
CASON, THOMAS 
CASSaOY, GINGER 
CASSEAUX, APLIS 
CASSEAUX,CaNOA 
CASSIDY, GINGER 
CASSON,BEE 
CASTELLANO^ 
CASTERT0N,4USA 
CASTILLO, DONNA 
CASTLEBERRY , CAROL 
CASTNEP,JACK 



CAIHER, CINDY 
CATOE, JUDITH 
CAUOEL, DOLORES 
CauGHLIN,KaTHIE 
CaULFIELO,J0AN 

cavines,k4y 
cays0n,ba8s 

CECCaRELLI,SaRA 
CHAOBOURNE .CONNIE 
CHAOaOURNE, CONSTANCE 
CHAOINGIAN, CHERYL 
CHAOUPGIAN, CHERYL 
CHALKLEY,0ivID 
CHALLANCIN, VICKI 
CHAMBERi, CAROLYN 

CHAMBERS, SCOTT 
CHAHBLESS, MANUEL 
CHAM3LESS,TERESITA 
CHAMP, RICK 
CHAMPIDN.JOHN 

CHaNco,aouc 

CHaNOLER,HBXINE 

chantanofoke,sakit 
chapoelain,d4na 
chapman, jane 

chapman, jeffrey 
chartrand, anne 

CHASON, KAREN 
CHASTAIN, ELIZABETH 
CHEEK, MICHAEL 
CHEN, LAURA 
CHERPAK ,NaDINE 
CHESHIRE, BILL 
CHESHIRE, CINDY 
CHESINEY, ROBERT 
CHICHFTTI .RICH 
CHILES, PAMELA 



CHINNIS, RUSTY 
CHOMAT,BOB 
CHOOS, SCOTT 
CHOPPIN, GREGORY 
CHRISMAN, BETTY 
CHRISTEAS, SUSAN 
CHRISTIAN, CATHY 
CHRISTY, SUSAN 
CHURCH, RUTH 
CHURCHIN.JEFF 
CI8ULa,K4«EN 
CIOTOLl.GENF 

cisak.mSrk 
cisney,luci an 
cttuk,jeffp 



. AMELA 
CLAPP, ROBERT 



CLARK, MARYFLLEN 
CLARK, PATRICIA 
CLARK, PEGGY 
CLARK, RONALD 
CLARKE, CHRISTINA 
CLARKE, LOPING 
CLARKE, WAYNE 
CLARY, REED 
CLAUSSEN,Mf LODIE 
CLAUSSEN, MELODY 
CLAY , NANCY 
CLAY, WILLIAM 
CLAYTOR,BOB 
CLELANOiCARRIE 
CLEMENTI,LORRaiNE 
CLEMENTS, MICHAEL 
CLENOINEN.SILL 
CLEVELAND, AL 
CLEVELAND, CLARK 
CLIFFORD, DEBORAH 
CLIFFORD, MICHAEL 
CLIFTON, W. LEE 
CLINE, CAROLINE 
CLONY, CHRIS 
" LOUD,MICHaEL 
LOWER, MICnaEL 



cobb.jInice 
cobb, mickey 
coborger, linda 
c03urger, linda 



COE, SHERRY 
COFER, JAMES 
COFER, JOSEPH 
COFFEE , ANITA 
COFFET, SUSAN 
COGAN,OAN 
COGGIN.PAM 



59 

11.8,153, 

365 

303 

366 

356 

366 

235 

3 66 

355 

179 

222 

227 

290,281 

21.0,258 

235 

313 

21.0 

222,315 



21.J 
271 
355 



366 
21.2, 
286 



290,357 



215, 5l8, 



367 
21.2,282 

222 
235,311 



216 
1.00 
318 



^':J9,A 
59,27 



367 
2 91. 
320 
317 



21^ 
286 
235 
368 

153 



index 



409 



COOCINS.PiM 

COLOERT.J 

COLBURN.K 
COLE, BUZ 
C01.E,EveL 
COLE .FRINCFS 
COLE.NHNCY 
COLE.IERRY 
COLEHAN.DSVID 
COLEMAN, RICHARD 
COLEMAN, SUSAN 
COLLIER, KATHERINE 
COLLINS, JOAN 
COLLINS, JOHN 
COLLINS, RICHARD 
COLLINS, STEPHEN 
COLSON,KAY 
COLION, PAMELA 
COLTER, RICHARD 
COMFORT, EUr.ENE 



CONARO, JOSEPH 
CONOIT.J. ANTHONY 
CONDO. NANCY 
CONNELL, STEVE 
CONNERS, KENNETH 



203 
139 
368 
26'; 
369 



369 
306 
139 
216 
369 
291 
139 
217 
311 



UALEY,8ERNIE 
OALEY, NANCY 
OALRYMPLE 
OALRYMPLE, CATHY 
DALTON.OAVID 



CONOUER.AL 

CONSTANTAKIS.GUADALU 

CONSTANTIN. jiMES 5ba 

CONSTANTINI jTONI 21.2 

CONUERSE, KATHLEEN 216,217 

COOK, CLARA 21.7 

COOK, COOKIE 277 

COOK, PATRICIA 21.2, 21.3 

COOKE, SUSAN 368 

COON.RE&ENIA 299 

COONEY, GENIE 219 

COOPER, ASA 368 

COOPER, 9. 312 

COOPER, CAROLYN 191,21.9 



COOPER, CATHERINE 
COOPER, CATHY 
COOPER, JANICE 
COOPER, KATHY 
COOPER, MARY 
COOPER, SUNNY 
COOPER, SUSAN 
COOPER, TOMMY 
CORAM, CINOY 
CORAM, CYNTHIA 
CORRETT, PAULA 
CORBETT, SUZANNE 
CORBIN, CYNTHIA 
CORDELL.DEE 
CORDELL,DEEANN 
CORE. ROBIN 
CORLEY, BARBARA 

CORLEY, MARTHA 
CORNELL, RICHARD 
CORRELL.LARAINE 
CORRIGAN, JAMES 
CORTADA, JAMES 
CORTINA, RAOUEL 
COSTAS.GREG 
GOTTEN, CAROL 
COTTOM, LEONARD 
C0ULTE^,JA1'FS 
COUNCIL, CHARLES 
COURTS'^, "OP 
~0URTNEY,Rf'GFR 



COHENS, OAVF 
COX.L . 
COX.LA^RY 
COY, LINDA 
CRABTRFF, CAROLYN 
CRAFT, JEREMY 
CRAIG. BARBARA 
CRAIG. ELAINE 
CRAIG, STEPHEN 
CRAMER, OOROTHY 
CRATSENBERG, JOYCE 
CRAVEN, DONNA 
CRAWFORD, BRENOA 
CRAHFORD, CAROLYN 
CRAHFORD, CHERYL 
CRAHFORD, CYNIHIA 
CRAWFORD, JANET 
CRAWFORD, JEFF 
CRAWFORD, LINDA 
CREEL. FRANCES 
CREGG, ELAINE 
CREVASSE, KAREN 
CREW, ALICIA 
CPEHS, CAROLYN 
CREWS, JANE 
CREWS, KAREN 
CREWS, S. ELAINE 
CROLEY, SUSAN 
CRONA,BILL 
CROOMS,STAN 
CROSBY, JEANNE 
CROSS, CHARLES 
CROSS, LINDA 
CROTEAu.EO 
CROUCH, MARY 
CROUCH, MAPYANN 
CROVCED 
CROVO, SANDY 
CR0W3ER, CHARLES 
CPOWELL,B. 
CROWELL, CHRISTINE 
CROY,KIM 

cruder, ross 

crum,c4rolyn 

crum,mary 

C9USSFLLE,8ILL 
CRUSSELLS,eILL 
CRUTCHER, VICKIE 
CUADPO, ENRIQUE 
CULLER, DARLENE 
CULPEPPER. SUSAN 
CUNNINGHAM, SALLY 
CUNNINGHAM, SUSAN 
CUNY, RICHARD 
CURCHIN,JEFF 
CURLES, CECIL 
CURNUTIE,BILL 
CURRAM, SUSAN 
CURRIER, TOM 
CURRY, BRIAN 
CURRY, ROBERT 
CURTIS, MARY 
CUSAC, SUSAN 
CUSICK, CEYLON 
CUTLER, CANDY 
CUTLER, CAROL 
CUTIS, PEGGY 



UABNEY, CHUCK 
DALE, MIRIAM 
OALE,RUTH 
DALE,MOOOROH 



276 



290 
297 
261 
320 



236 

279 

268,368 

358 



3l5 

313 

216,217 



319 
369 
309 



269 
1h7 
311 



299 
315 
369 
216 
311 



216 
368 
300 



290. 369 
256 
368 



369 

359 

69,268 



300 
279 
233 
270 



312 
222 

2'.2 
260 



2'.9 
226 
319 



302 
119 
217 
157 
216 
239 
368 
359 
296 
236 
252 
205,208 
368 
369 



DAMORE.A. ROBERT 
OAMPIER,AN0REE 




359 




369 


DAN EL, JANE 




269 


DAN EL, MARILYN 




279 


DAN EL, SUSAN 
DAN ElS.OALE 




2 36 


236 


,290 


DAN ELS.KARIN 




215 


DAN ELS, SUSAN 
DAN ELSON, DAVID 




251 




159 


OAN ELSON, JUDY 




290 


DAN NG, JANICE 




369 


DANN.ELIAS 




216 


OANNER, SHARON 




369 


OABOAR, DIANE 




280 


0ARDIS,MARYBE1H 


217, 


219, 




219 


,3li 


DAUGHERTY, SHARON 
OAV DSON,GARY 




359 




306 


DAV DSON.JANE 




369 


OAV S.8ILL 




291. 


UAV S.CAROL 




269 


DAVIS. DENNIS 




359 


OAV S.DIANE 




2'.2 


OAVIS. EDDIE 




115 


DAVIS, GEORGE 




116 


OAVIS, JANE 




222 


DAVIS, JERRY 




359 


DAVIS, JO 


219, 
35fe 


252, 
,36^ 




DAVIS, JULIE 


312, 


359, 
35^ 






OAVIS, KATHY 




235 


DAVIS, KEN 


177 


,1.00 


OAVIS, KENNETH 




173 


OAVIS, MARSHALL 


21.5 


,320 


OAVIS. MARY 




359 


DAVIS, RICHARO 




305 


OAVIS. T . 




302 


DAVIS, VIRGINIA 




369 


OAHKINS,BILL 




307 


DAWSON, RHETT 




116 


DAY, CINDY 


197 


,295 


IJAY.LUANA 




369 


OAY, MARGIE 




191 


DAY , SAVANNA 




231. 


DAY, SUSAN 




192 


DE MARCO, MARY 




359 


OEAKYNE, JAMES 
DEAN. CAROLINE 




369 


216 


,217 


OEAN.MARY 




369 


DECAMPS, KAREN 




315 


DEODY, LARRY 




270 


DEES. Allen 




116 


DEES, MARGIE 


195 


,297 


DEES, SANDRA 




359 


DEFELICE, DIANE 




225 


OEGARMO, DIANE 


222 


,297 


JEHART, EDWARD 




359 


OEHOFF, JULIA 




265 


OEHDFF.MARY 
OEITRICH. CHRIS 


265 


,369 


231 


,290 


OEITZ, BEVERLY 




291 


DEJARNETTE, LINDA 




311. 


DEKNES, JUDITH 

DEL PERCIO, LEONARD 




272 




369 


OELAND,GRAYDON 




216 


OELANEY,GAPY 




369 


OELETTRE, CHRISTINE 




369 


DELONG, GINGER 




59 


OELONG, VIRGINIA 




261. 


OEMAY,DUANE 




359 


OEMPSEY.JACK 




209 


OENICKE, CAROL 




359 


DENNIS, DALF 




236 


DENNIS. MICHAEL 




318 


DENT. HENRY 




301. 


DENTON, PHIL 




270 


DENTON. SHIPLEY 




192 


OERAHO, JACKIE 


191, 


195, 
3l5 


OFRAMO, JACnuELINE 


219 


,251 


OESHEFY, NANCY 


21,0 


,315 


DESMONU.DAVIDA 


222 


,279 


DFSnONO.DEFDEE 




236 


DESMOND, MARY 




290 


DETERS, KAREN 




21.8 


TETTERS, SHERRY 




2'.8 


DFTHILER, PATRICIA 




370 


UEVEITE,JUANIIA 




217 


DEXIER, JARRAPA 




222 



ZEEU 



DIBENEOETTO VERONICA 



21.6 
369 
231, 



DIAZ, MARGARET 

)I9ENE0ETTO VE 

JICKEY, ALFRED 
DICKSON, JIMMY 
DICKSON, THOMAS 
DIEM, BARBARA 
OIEIRICH.GERI 
OIETRICHS,GERI 
OIETRICK. CHRIS 
0IFFEN8AUGH[GUY 
UILLARD, ELIZABETH 
DILLINGHAM, MARJORIE 
DILLINGHAM, W. P. 
DILLS, DIANA 
DILMORE.DARRELL 
DION, SUSAN 
DIXON, SUSAN 
00'3S0N,JAMFS 
D08S0N, JIM 
D03S0N,H. VELMA 
D0BS0N,VELMA 



DODD, DOROTHY 
OODO.FRANCES 
OOOL .NORMAN 
UOHERTY, SUSAN 
OOHL, BARBARA 
DOMBIFR, MICHAEL 
UOMBROWSKI , DONNA 
DOMINO, JOHN 
DONAHUE, JUDY 
DONALD, LINDA 

DONALDSON, MARY 
DONNELLY, BOB 
DONOHUE, JUDY 
DORAN, CAROLYN 



D0TY,9ILL 
DOTY, FRANCES 
DOUO. JAMES 
DOUGLAS, JEANIE 
DOUGLAS, MARY 
DOUGLAS, PETE 
DOWDY, IRENE 
OOWNS,G. 
DOWNS, GALE 
UOWNS, JOHN 
DOYLE, KAREN 
DOYLE, ROBERT 
ORAVES, SUZANNE 
DRESSE, NANCY 



312 
292 
216 



370 
231.235 
219,297, 



37J 
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299 
293 



290 
299 
310,370 
370 
279 



OREM.PREl} 
OREH.JUOY 
ORIVER, STEVEN 
OROUGHMAN,*^ALLY 
OROWNE,TOMMIE 
DROZ,OARRAGH 
DROZ, DIANE 
0»USYS,ALL AN 
DUANE, JANET 
DUCKWORTH, DIANA 
DUDLEY, L. 
DUEBLER, MARTHA 
OUFFIELD, JOHN 
DUFFY, BOB 
DUGGER,RIC 
DUGGER,RODERIC 
DUKE, DALE 

DUKE, JENNIE 



256 
139 
222 
370 
269 
292 
216 
270 



370 

319 

223,251, 



DUM8LET0N,0ENISE 


233 


DUMONT,GARY 


308 


DUNBAR, DALE 


227,370 


DUNCAN, ANDREA 


2 35 


DUNCAN, CARL 


225 


DUNK, BARBARA 


370 


OUNN.BRUCE 


315 


DUNN, ROY 


153 


DUNNING. JAMES 


370 


DUNPHY, JAN 


293 


DUPARCROVANNA 


231. 


DUPREE,JOE 


303 


OUPREE, SHEILA 


1,00 


UURAND,MARrELLE 


233 


DURDEN, FRANCES 


370 


DURHAM, HUGH 


133 


OURRETT.PAUL 


189 


UUXauRY, VIVIAN 


331 


DYE, THOMAS 
DYER.R. 


216 


319 


DYKEMA, CECILY 


263 


DYKEMAN.RON 


301, 




e 


EAGLE, LUANN 


370 


EAKES, EDWARD 


292 


EARLE, LARRY 


300 


EARP, JOSEPH 


370 


EASOM, LINDA 


370 


EASON, RANDY 


319 


EATON. APRIL 


21.2 


EAVES, MARY 


216 


ECHELBERGER, CLAUDIA 


370 


ECHELBERGER, PERRY 


370 


echevarria,4lyson 


101,, 232 


ECHOLS, DIANE 


278 


tDGE,ZACK 


135 


EDHISTEN, PAMELA 
EDMONDS, SUSAN 


315 


275 


EDWARDS, aUCKY 


309 


EDWARDS, DOTTIE 


290 


EDWARDS, JAMES 


260 


EOMAR0S,PATTI 


21.2,21,3 
181, J31., 


EDWAPOS, PEGGY 



EFSTATHLON. JAMES 211 

EICHENAVER, GLENN 299 

EISENMENGEP.SIEPHANI 236 
EISENMENGEP.STFPHANY -0,265 
EISINGER,LEE 139 

EKLUND, KAREN 370 

ELAM.MiiRGAPET 370 

ELDER. TIM 371 

ELIAS, SUSAN 226 

ELIONiVICTOR 177 

ELLIOT, DONNA 290 

ELLIOT, JOAN 231 

ELLIOT, SAM 
FLLIOTT, DEMISE 
ELLIS. GEORGE 
ELLIS, JEANETTE 
ELLIS, JEANIE 
ELLIS, LAURENCE 
ELLIS, MARY 
ELLISON, SHARON 
ELLZY, VERNELL 
ENCHELMAGER.CAPL 

ENGLAND, MICHAEL 
ENGLISH, JOYCE 
ENGLISH, MICHAEL 
ENNIS, BECKY 
EPPINGER, JANE 
ERDMAN.ANNF 
EROMON,ANNE 
ERGOZ,ERTU 
ERICKSONjEPICK 
ERNSaERGER, HAROLD 
EPNS9ERGER,SU2AN 
ESCAJEOA,LUIS 



371 
270 
312 
2 35 



227 

291. 

59,291. 

236,297 



tSIELIDNlS.BI 
ESPENSCHEID, DAVID 1.OO 

ESPY, ELAINE 371 

ESSEX, JOHN 116 

ESTEVEZ. GEORGE 371 

EU3ANKS,MELVIN 217 

EU9ANKS, SUSAN 296 

EVALDI, MARTIN 371 

EVANS, BUNNY 232,271. 

EVANS, TOM 317 

EVERETT, BILL 250 

EVERETT, GENI 190,271., 

275 
371 
320 
207 
215 
175,202 
318 



EWING, LARRY 
EXAM, FRANCES 
EYERDAM,RICK 
EYSTER. GEORGE 



320 
283 

300 



FA9ER, ROBIN 
FAOE,HARCI A 
FAGANjFRED 
FAHNESTOCK, ROBERT 
FAIR.MARYANN 
FALLIN, JUNE 
FALLON, RICHARD 
FANT,J0HN 
FA0UIR,HAMID 
FARLEY, TEDDY 
FARRELL, JOSEPH 
FARPELL. RICHARD 
F ARRIS. JULIA 
FARPIS. JULIE 



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favar4to,rick 

FAYE, JOhA 

FEENEY,DIANNE 

FEIN.siRA 



222 

235, 
21.0 



FEJES. BARBARA 
FELOMAN, AL AN 
FELICIONE,LORETTA 
FENN. MICHAEL 
FENZAu,8ARRARA 
FERNANDEZ, MILLIE 
FERRAROjCONCETTA 



FERRELL, BRUCE 
FERRELL.CAPLA 
FERRIS, JUDY 
FERSCH. DARLENE 



FULTON, DEBORAH 
FUNCHESS, KATHY 
FUNK. JAMES 
FUSS, JOHN 
FUTCH, MARTHA 



GARCIA, ANNA 
GARDENER, ANDY 
GARDENER, DON 
GARDNER, A. 
GARDNER, DAVID 
GARDNER, DONALD 
GARLAND, SANDY 
GARLAND, SANFORD 
GARRETT, ROLAND 



136 
308 
371 



311 

295,371 

222,231, 

235 

235 

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■ lELOS, DAVID 
FIELDS, DOUG 291. 
FIELDS, PRISCILLA 222 
FINCHAM, LINDA 371 
FINCHER, JACKIE 193 
FINLAYSON,L. 287 
FISCHER, KATHLEEN 285,371 
FISHER, DAVID 371 
FISK,B1LL 136 
FITE,JO 371 
Fir2PATRICK,ANN 21.2,310 
FITZPATRICK, MICHAEL 139 
FLACH, MORRIS 371 
FLAGS, LEE 231 
FLAIR, PAUL 270 
FLAKE, ROBIN 11.7 
FLANAGAN, JAMES 1.00 
FLATT.ROY 216 
FLEETWOOD, ANSLEY 319 
FLEMING, TIM 305 
FLETCHER, CHARLOTTE 371 
FLETCHER, GEOFFREY 1.01 
FLETCHER, HARDY 309 
FLETCHER, MARY 59 
FLETCHER, SroTT 151. 
FLETCHER, WILLIAM 1.01 
FLINT, DOLORES 371 
FLOOD, CARYL 371 
FLOYD, GEORGE 371 
FLOYD, MARILYN 371 
FLUHRER, ROBERTA 217 
FLYE,SALLEY 235 
FLYE, SALLY 21,2,371 
FLYNN. MICHAEL 21.1., 371 
FLYNN, VIRGINIA 21.2 
FOLEY, CHARLES 371 
FOLEY, LINDA 371 
FOLWELL.ANN 292 
FONTENOI .JULIE 271. 
FORD, BARBARA 372 
FORD, GENEVIEVE 273 
FORD,M. 310 
FORD, MICHAEL 239 
FORO, RICHARD 372 



FORD, ROBIN 

FOROYCE, NANCY 

FDRDYCE, PHILLIP 

F0RGUSON,0WEN 

FORTHMAN.LYNN 

FORTHMAN,LYNNE 

FORTIN. GEORGE 

FOSTER. HAROLD 

FOSTER. JANE 

FOSTER. SHIRLEY 

FOSTER. SUSAN 

FOSTER. WILL lAM 

FOURNIER, JOSEPH 

FOX, FRANCES 219,251 



299 
222 
327 
372 
231 
312 
330 



372 

01 

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FOX, PAULA 372 

FRANCIS. KATHLEEN 216.217 

FRANCIS. TRICIA 197 

FRANK. GEORGE 153,215 

FRANKLIN. BARBARA 21.0 

FRANKLIN, PATRICIA 296 

FRATES, BARBARA 279 

FRAY.mAPIAN ' ' ' ' 

FRAZIEP.CORNELI 
FRAZIER, NANCY 
FREDERICKS, JIM 
FREE, RICHARD 
FREED, RON 
FRFEMAn, ANN 
FREEMAN, JOHN 
FREEMAN, LAPPY 
FRENCH, JOHN 
FRFSHHATFR.MARK 
FRIBERG.BEVEPLr 
FRICK, CAROL 



31^ 
21.2 
372 
318 
302 
315 
372 
372 
372 
359 
216,217 
372 
222 
216 
372 
201 
310 
319 



FPIEDEN,EAPL 
FRIEDLAND, RICHARD 
FRIEDLY.DALE 
FPIEL,HOPE 
FRIESE.GARY 
FRIS8Y, DAVID 

FRITZ. ALLEN 37Z 

FRITZ, LINDA 310 

FROEDE, SUSAN 372 

FRY, LINDA 226 

FUCHS,DON 153 

FUChS, ROBERT 21.1. 

FUERST, MARION 222 

FULFOR0,aARBARA 233,372 

FULLER. CARL 305 

FULLER. DAVID 199,359 

FULLER, J. 311 

FULLER, JOSEPH 372 

FULMER, MARINA 372 

FULNER, MARINA 190 

FULTON, DEBORAH 312,372 

209 
153 



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298 



GABEL, DONNA 

GABLES, DONNA 

GABUL, DONNA 

GAGE, KATHLEEN 

GAGE, KATHY 

GAGE, MARY 

GAHLSON, SYDNEY 

GALIETTI, LINDA 

GALIT, LEONARD 

GALLOP, CYNTHIA 

GALLOWAY, CHARLES 

GALLOWAY, ELIZABETH 

GALLOWAY, LIBBY _ _ 

GAMBITTA, MARIAN 272 

GANEY, JANELLE 222,23' 



21.1 
222 
226 
372 
151. 
280 
372 
372 
153 
372 
21.2 



2,21.3 
21.2 
299 
309 
315 
372 
372 
153 
372 
133 



GARRISON, JIM 
GARVEY,JEAN 
GATCHEL,GAIL 
GATES, JANET 
GATES. SHERRY 
GATLIN. MARGARET 
GAITEN. MARGARET 
GAUGHN,MICHELE 
GAUSIAD, EDWIN 
GAVALAS, MICHAEL 
GAVALAS,VIC 
GAVALAS, VICTOR 
GAY, FREDERICK 
GAYOOS.KEN 
GAYDOS,KENT 
GEARING, PHILIP 
GEARY , PATRICIA 
GEE, SUSAN 
GEEP, NORMAN 
GEHReT,RICK 
GEIGER.JEANNA 
GENTES.JEANINE 
GENTRY. JUDY 
GENTRY, ROY 
GEORGE, EVAN 
GEORGE, LAWRENCE 
GEORGE, MARY 
GERACI,MEG 
GERDON,GAPY 
GERKE, JOHN 
GERKEN, JANE 
GERMAN, STEVE 
GEST,BlLL 
GEST, THOMAS 
GEYER, DAVID 
GEZ2AR, DIANE 
GI38S, SHARON 
GIBSON, JACKIE 
GIENAU, ELLEN 
GIERACh. CINDY 
GIEPACh, CYNTHIA 
GIES.JAN 
GIFFORD.DON 
GILBERT, JOHN 
GILDEA, STEVE 
GILLE, JOHN 
GILLER, ANITA 
GILLIAM, STU 
GILLIS,MARK 
GILMAN.8RENT 
GILMORE, EVANS 
GILMORE, JAMES 
GINGERY, SUSAN 
GIONET,JEAN 
GITTERE,MELINDA 
GIUENS, PAMELA 
GIVENS, PAMELA 
GLASCO,RHODA 
GLASS, MIKE 
GLASS, SCOTT 
GLATTLI, PAMELA 
GLEATON, CARROLL 
GLENN, DIANA 
GLENN, HORTENSE 

GLISSON,GUY 
GLOVER, RAY 
GODAHA, SUSAN 

GODBOLD. TERRY 
GODWIN, ELEANOR 



GOETSCh!uS, DAVID 
GOLDBERG, RICH 
GOLDEN, VIRGINIA 
GOLDSTiYN,SAMI 
GOLDSTEIN, HAROLD 
GOMEZ, OSBORNE 
GONOERUD, LUCILLE 
GONOS, CLAUDIA 
GONZALES, MICHAEL 
GONZALEZ, ANISIA 
GONZALEZ, JOSE 
GOODIN, DONNA 
GOOONER.DWIGHT 
GOODRICH, JAMES 
GOODWIN, BONNIE 
GOODWIN, SANDY 
G00LS9Y,ED 
GORDON, SHARON 
GORE, GARY 
GORE, SUSAN 



372 
125 
116 



320 
372 
297 
299 
153,316 
191,295 
372 



21.0 
266 
219 
373 
133 
358 



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116, 119 

21.2,283 

373 

290 

373 

373 

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315 

373 

116 



291. 



116 
133 
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275 
201 
296 
286 
215 
215 
21.5 
181. 
1.01 
328 



282 
1.01 
176,223, 
261,261,275 
GORMAN, KATHY 21.0 

GORTYCH, BARBARA 218,373 

GOSINK, JAMES 133 

GOSS, JAMES 373 

GOSSAROiSCOT 315 

GOWEN, KATHLEEN 311. 

GOWENS, KATHY 251 

GOHING, MARGIE 219,359, 

375 
290 
373 
313 
2 35 
373 
21.5 
286 



GRA3LE, MARGIE 
GRAFE, BARBARA 
GRAHAM, ANN 
GRAHAM, ANNABFLLE 
GRAHAM, JANET 
GRAHAM, KATHRYN 
GRAHAM, VIOLA 
&RAIG,PAUL 
GRAND, SANDY 
GRANGER, MICHAEL 
GRANGER, PATSY 
GRANT, CAROLE 
GRANT, JAMES 
GRASIEP[MOLLY 
GRAVELLE,MARCIA 
GRAVELY, tERPY 

graves, dorothy 
graves, jean 
grawert, ronald 
gray, cordelia 
gray, diane 
gray ,joan 
gray, kathy 
gray, michael 
gray, mildred 
graybeal, david 
graybear, david 
greatorex, robin 
green, mary 
green, ray 
green, robyn 
greene. earl 
greene, earle 
greenmAn.hal 
greenough.kit 
greenwell,glenna 
greer, jacquely 



216 

327 

192 

316,371. 



116 
291 
318 
371. 
21.2 
235,310 
332 



GREGG, CAROL 


255 


GREGG, SUSAN 
GREGORY, DICK 


236,265 


93 


GREGORY, DOUGLAS 


371. 


GREGORY, JOHN 


371. 


GREGORY. MARTHA 


279 


GREGORY, MARY 


59,278 


GREIG.JEAN 


371. 


GRENOVILLOU, SUZANNE 


235 



410 



GRETZ, PETER 
GREVE.OONOLD 
GRIOLEY.SUOaY 
GRIOLEY.PAT 
GRIDLEY. PATRICK 
GRIEG, JE«N 
GRIERSON.KOTE 
GRIESBOUH.MORia 
GRIFFIN, FUPNEY 
GRIMlLDI.aj. J. 
GRIMES, OivE 
GROG«N,aS«IO 
GROMEK.CURL 
GRnnEK.GREG 
GROOHES, BENJAMIN 
GROSS, TERRY 
GROSSKOPF, ODELE 
GPOSSLIGHt, JOSEPH 
GROVES, GARY 
GRuaa, JOHN 
GRUBER,3AY 
GRUBER, JEANNE 
&RUENEHALO, BARBARA 
GUr)E, SUSAN 
GUEDRY,aEBR4 
GUFMPLE.JOHN 
GUENSLER, GORDON 
GIJERIN, jdMES 
GUGELER,HAPILEE 
GUICE.HiPRY 
GULLEOGE, STEVE 
GUNTER, HERMAN 
GURLEY, POLLY 
GURTIS, SARAH 
GUTHRIE, GRANT 
GUTHRIE, MARIOEE 
GUTHRIE, MOnOY 
GUTIERREZ, ROBERT 
GUY, A. 

GUY, PATRICIA 
GUY.POTTI 
GUYEITE,VERNa 



HAASjGLENOO 
HAAVIND,INGE 
HABEL, PHYLLIS 
HA5ER, BARRY 
HAOLEY, PHILLIP 
HAGAN, SUSAN 
^OGELiVER, HENRY 



226 
299 
287 
313 
306 
11^7 
217 
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231 
232 
216 
308,371. 



222 
226 
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306 
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278 
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292 
216 



HAGEN, SALLY 




286 


HAGERMAN.CINOY 




185 


HAGGARD, ROPERT 




1.01 


HAGLUNO,NIKKI 


2'.2 


,21.8 


HAGUE, CHARLES 




300 


MAILS, PEGGY 


179 


,256 


HAINES, CHARLES 




37". 


HAIRE,JOHN 




371. 


HAKES, JEAN 




21.2 


HALL, DONNA 




371, 


HALL ,GARY 




371. 


HALL, LINDA 




21.2 


HAH.,MARYJO 




21.2 


HALL, PAT 




302 


HALL, RANDY 




116 


HALL.PAYNA 




176 


HALL, ROGER 




371. 


HALL, STEVE 




306 


HALLER, CATHERINE 




2 86 


HALLER, CATHIE 




231 


holloran.mke 
halperh,Paul 




359 




216 


HALIIWANGEPjDON 




292 


HAMAKER, JUDITH 




371. 


HAMILTON, CHRISTOPHER 




371. 


HAMILTON, COOKIE 


182 


,183 


HAMILTON, KATHY 


261, 


261, 
298 


HAMILTON, LINDA 




216 


HAMILTON, MARGARET 
HAMMELL, DOUGLAS 




222 




371. 


HAMMOND, OAVIO 




292 


HAMMOND, DOW 




205 


HAMPTON, MARGARET 




216 


HAMRICK, RICHARD 




300 


HANCOCK, SUSAN 




268 


HANELIUS.GAIL 
HANLON, ROGER 




371. 


205, 


288, 
375 






HANN, JOHN 




216 


HANNON.GAYLE 




261. 


HANNON, WILLIAM 




216 


HANSEN, HEIDI 




312 


HANSEN, MARILYN 




1.01 


HANSHAH, FRANK 
HANSON, ftOBERT 




302 




375 


HAPBaUGH,OON 




11.7 


HARBISON, BOB 




111. 


HARDEN, LINDA 




311 


HARDEN, MARY 
HARDING, NANCY 




375 


219, 


219, 


266,359 


,363 


,37? 


HAROUICK, MARGARET 




239 


HARDY, PAM 




279 


HARDY, WILLIAM 




375 


HARKNESS, THOMAS 




295 


HARMON, DAHN 




266 


HARNED, STEPHEN 




375 


HAPPEP, BRUCE 




302 


HARPER, GINNI 




263 


HARPER, ROBERT 


2'.'., 


'hn 


HARPER, VIRGINIA 


231 


,23b 


HARPOLD.OEEORA 




1.01 


HOPRELL , CAROLINE 




179 


HARRELL, JOHN 




375 


HARPELL, MARTHA 




310 


HAPPELL,PAHONA 




315 


HARRINGTON, JOHN 




320 


HARRIS, BETtY 




375 


HARRIS, BILL 




171 


HARRIS, BRENDA 




375 


HARRIS, KATHY 




315 


HARRIS, KAY 




21.1 


HARRIS, L. 




313 


HARRIS, LINDA 




375 


HARRIS, MARY 




375 


HARRIS, MAPYANN 




375 


HARRIS, NANCY 


191, 


218, 
222 
375 


HARRIS, PATRICIA 




HARRIS, RON 




133 


HARRIS, SUSAN 




231 


HARRIS, THOMAS 




375 


HARRISON, FRANK 




308 


HARRISON, GHEN 




299 


HARRISON, GWENDOLYN 




375 


HARRISON, KATHERINE 




222 


HARRISON, KATHY 




313 






313 


HARRISON, LAWTON 




139 


HARRISON, SARAH 


219 


,283 


HARRISON, SUZANNE 




375 


HARROLCOPVILLE 


216 


,21.1. 



HARTLEY, CHERYL 
HARTLEY, KATHERINE 
HARTLEY, KAYE 
HARTLEY, SUSAN 
HARTSFIELD.LANNY 
HARVEY , BARBARA 
HARVEY, GEORGE 
HARVEY, RUSSELL 
HARVEY, WAYNE 
HARWOO0,OEAN 
HASKETT, DANNY 
HASKIN, DAVID 
HASSBERGER.RICH 
HASSELO, DEBORAH 

HATTESEN, JOHN 
HATTONjMARY 
HAUER,MARY 
HAUS.J. 

HAUSEMAN, DEBORAH 
HAUSEMAN, JFANETTE 
HAUSEMAN, JFANNETTE 
HAUSMAN,ED 
HAVER, MAIHEW 
HAVERTY, KATHY 
HAWKINS, GLFNDA 
HAWKINS, HUGH 
HAWKINS, STAN 
HAWKINS, SUSAN 
HAWKINS, T. 

HAySeN, ROBERT 
HAYES, NANCY 
HAYES, SUSAN 
HAYN,CARLA 
HAYNFS.BRENOA 
HAYS, HERBERT 
HAYS, JULIE 
HAZELTON, LINDA 
HEALY, HENRY 
HEARE, SUSAN 
HEATH, CATHERINE 



HECKENDORN, MILES 
HECTOR, MARY 
HEDGE, GEORGE 
HEDGE, RON 
HEDGE, RONNIE 
HEEREMA,MAPK 
HEIDTMAN,alLL 

hein,karl 
heinrick,s. 
heins, louise 
heisler, thomas 
helfrich, joseph 
heller, george 
hellinger,jim 
helms, patricia 
helms, roy 
helper, hillary 
helvenston, sally 
hemhings, deborah 
hehstreet,gary 
henderson, george 
henderson, pat 
henderson, tom 
hendrickson.mapy 
hendrickson,maryl 
henorikson.nora 
hendry, john 
hendry, sarah 
henlEy,davf 
henne, david 

HENNING.DAN 
HENNIS.TED 
HENRIQUES.JANE 
HENSLERjPiTRICIA 



HOGAN, 
HOLDEM ,__ 
HOLDEN, CATHY 



INOA 



375 
375 
375 
308 
2,313, 
5^,37G 
376 
216 
265 
290 
181. 
291 



302 
216 
376 
376 
266 
279 
311 
376 
223 
■ 176 
216 
236 
222 
268 
,223, 
262 
376 
378 
376 
260 
289 
216 
270 
216 
319 



^LER,P 
ITAGE, 



313 

193 
185 
222 
376 
376 
277 



HERRINGION,CANOAS 
HERRINGION,CANOAS 
HERRINGTON.RETHA 
HERRINGTON, RICHARD 
HERROD, WILSON 
HERSKOVITZ, MARTIN 
HERZ, WERNER 
HESLEP, PANEL 



HEUMAN, JANET 


376 


HEV8ECK, GEORGE 


376 


HEWITT , LINDA 
HIATI.GAPY 


376 


289 


HIBBS, KATHERINE 


376 


HICKS, OIANNE 


236 


HICKS, JIM 


209 


HICKS, JOELLEN 


235 


HICKS, MANELLA 
HIGBEE, SIDNEY 
HIGGINBOTHAM, LINDA 


290 


262 


376 


HIGHTOWER,R. 


305 


HIGHTOWER, SUSAN 


21.1., 262 


HIGHTOWER.SUZY 


376 


HIGHTOWER, T.RENEE 


376 


HILOEBRAND, JOHN 


376 


HILL, GEORGE 


216 


HILL, JOHN 


376 


HILL, JUDY 


276 


HILL, LOUIS 


216 


HILL, PAUL 


291. 


HILL , SUSAN 


150 ,31.9 


HILLS, JOHN 


216 


HINELY,LOVISA 


376 


HINEMAN, ARTHUR 


150 


MINES, EMMETT 


-.01 


MINES, M. 


303 


HINSON, MARSHALL 


21.9 


HINTE, VIRGINIA 


376 


HINTON, JERPOLD 


376 


HIPPS,JACK 


376 


HIPPS, MICHAEL 


300 


HIRSCHFIELD-OON 
HITCHCOCK, HOWARD 


376 


270 


HITCHCOCK, RUDY 


271 


HITT,K. 


302 


HITZLER, SUSAN 


297 


HOODLEY, ELLEN 


185, 376 


hoag,maSiho 


191,223, 




11,21.0,297 


H03ERG, DONNA 


21.1., 376 


HOCKENBERRY.ED 


300 


HODEK,GLAYTHIA 


21.9 


HODGE, KAREN 


179,223, 




261 


HODGE, KATHPYN 


265,377 


HODGE, TANDY 


277 


HODGES, C. 


279 


HOOGES, DEBORAH 


272 


HOOSON, SUSAN 


358 


HOFFMAN, CAROL 


265 


HOFFMAN, CHRIS 




HOFFMAN, DOROTHY 


217 


HOFFMAN, KATHERINE 


216,216, 




331 


HOFFMEIER,HARY 


269 


HOFMANN.H. 


273 


HOFMANN, OLIVER 


377 



OLDENER, LINDA 
HOLDERMAN,LOIS 

HOLLADAY, Austin 

HOLLADAY, PATRICIA 
HOLLEY, ELIZABETH 
HOLLEY,JOHN 
HOLLIDAY,H. 
HOLLI0AY,H0PE 
HOLLIDAY, RANDY 
HOLLIS, JAN 
holmes, ELAINE 

HOLMES, JOHN 
HOLMES, LINDA 
HOLMES, MICHAEL 
HOLMES, MONTY 
HOLT .DEBORAH 

HOLTZMAN, DEBORAH 
HOME, JENNY 
HOOD,L. 

HOOVER, PATRICIA 
HOOVER, RICK 
HOPKINS, JIM 
HOPKINS, ROBERTA 
HOPKINSON, MARY 
HORN, IRMA 
HORN, JOSEPH 
HORNBROOKiDIEDRE 
HORNE, BETTY 
HORNE,GARY 
HORTON, CHRIS 
HOSFORD, THOMAS 



HOUSEWRIGHT , WILEY 
HOWARD, ANNA 
HOWARD, JAMES 
HOWELL, DOROTHY 
HOWELL , LAWRENCE 
HOWELL, PATRICIA 
HOWELL , ROBERT 
HOWES, MARTHA 
HOWLAND, JUDITH 
HOWLANO, PHYLLIS 
HRUBY, DONNA 
HUBBAPO, ALLISON 
HUBBARD, BOB 
HUBBARO,C. EDWARD 
^U8BARD, KATHLEEN 
HUBBARD, SUSAN 
HUBER, BOBBY 
HUHER, JOANNE 
HUBERT, JEANNE 
HUDSON, GREGORY 
HUDSON, JANE 
HUDSON, PANEL A 



UDSON 
UDSO 



hIzel 

ROGER 

AN, DEBORAH 



HES,BILL 
HES,OELMA 
HES.LINDSEY 
TGPEN,DEITRA 
KEY, BARBARA 
=HREYS, SHARON 
PHRI5, BETTY 
DLEY, CHARLOTTE 
SATE, PAMELA 
SUCKER, BUDDY 



,BP 


UCE 


,PE 




ER, 


JACK 


ER, 


JUDIT 


AND 


,RICH 



JACK ,SHERRIE 
JACKSON, BILL 
JACKSON, BOBBY 



JACKSON, ROBIN 
JALKO, KAREN 

JAMES, MARGARET 
JAMISON, BETH 
JAMISON, HAZEL 
JAMMES,MaRTIE 
JARRETT, JAMES 
JEFFERS, SUSAN 
JEFFERSON, MARION 



J EGAPT, MICHAEL 
JENKINS, BOB 
JENKINS, CHF 
JENKINS, MARK 
JENNIFER 
JENNINGS, CAROL 
JENNINGS, NANCY 
JERGER,DEAN 
JEWELL, RONALD 
JOANOS, CHERYL 
JOANOS,PAUU 
JO8S0N, RANDY 
JOHN 



377' 

327 
303 
377 
277 
216 
276 
239 
310 
222 
216 
315 
377 
308 
296 
179,236, 
21.2 
320 



236 



308 
286 
377 
216 
216 
190 
283 
289 
320 
271 



315 
377 
377 
269 



21.2,21. 



319 
219,377 
?18,279, 
359, 37? 
377 
377 
299 
1.01 



216 

316,377 

377 

316 



lACINO, CLIFF 


301. 


I ACINO, CLIFFORD 


3<'7 


ICE, CONNIE 


377 


IDYLL, JACKIE 


21.2,377 


IDYLL, JACQUELINE 


262 


lERNA, PAMELA 


216 


IGLrStAS,MAPIE 


222 


I nKEEN,MARY 


222 


ILLSLFY,HUGH 


153 


ILSLEYjLUCPETIA 
INGERICK,D«YLE 


216 


377 


INMAN,THOM(S 


377 


IRELAND, HARRY 


301. 


IRWIN, PATRICIA 
ISMEURI.MAPY 


291 ,377 


21.2 


ivey.elJine 


191,223, 




231 


IVEY, ELSIE 


296 


IVEY,JILL 


377 



LI^ 





222 




181 




1.01 




377 




269 




288 


97, 


129, 


191,223 


,231 




378 




291 




379 


21.2 


,21.3 




116 


190 


,311. 




1.01 




379 




378 




205 




319 




378 




139 




52 


222 


,222 




286 




139 




378 




373 


303 


378 




159 




91 




235 


176 


360. 



JOHNSON, ANN 




236 


JOHNSON, ANNE 


169 


,173 


JOHNSON, B. 


301, 


312 


JOHNSON, BETH 




235 


JOHNSON, BILL 


192 


,318 


JOHNSON, BONNIE 




217 


JOHNSON, DIANA 


231 


278 


JOHNSON, JAN 




312 


JOHNSON, JEFF 




292 


JOHNSON, JOAN 




216 


JOHNSON, JOSEPH 




205 


JOHNSON, LINDA 


236, 


281., 
28?. 


JOHNSON, MAPINEE 




239 


JOHNSON, MARY 




378 


JOHNSON, MATT 




172 


JOHNSON, MATTHEW 




1.01 


JOHNSON, RICHARD 




378 


JOHNSON, ROBERT 




329 


JOHNSON, SHARI 




295 


JOHNSON, SHARILYN 




378 


JOHNSON, SHARON 


222, 
2 34 


231, 




.275 


JOHNSON, SID 




295 


JOHNSON, SUSAN 


266 


,310 


JOHNSON, TONIE 




222 


JOHNSON, WAYNE 


116 


,119 


JOHNSON, WILLIAM 


192, 


378, 
1*01 
317 


JOHNSTON, BUSTER 




JOHNSTON, DUKE 


116 


,119 


JOHNSTON, JACOUELIN 




378 


JOHNSTON, KAREN 




227 


JOHNSTON, LINDA 




378 


JOHNSTON, WILLAPD 




378 


JONES, BOB 


308 


,317 


JONES, DONALD 




378 


JONES, DOUGLAS 




21. 1. 


JONES, GREG 




318 


JONES, HALLY 




378 


JONES, HERBERT 




216 


JONES, JOHN 




302 


JONES, KEN 




378 


JONES, LINDA 




379 


JONES, LIZ 


192 


,133 


JONES, PAMELA 




373 


JONES, PATRICIA 




378 


JONES, STEPHEN 




378 


JONES, SUSAN 


150 


,290 


JONES, TOM 




318 


JORDAN, DEBORAH 




378 


JORDAN, JENNIFER 




182 


JORDAN, JOSEPH 




378 


JORDAN, NANCY 




378 


JORDAN, PATRICIA 




379 


JORPON, STEPHANIE 




222 


joseph, b. daniel 
josephson, susie 
joyner,brEnda 




378 


2 36 


,275 




222 


JUGELEP,M6PILEE 




183 


JUILFS, KATHY 




21.0 


JULIAN, JANFT 




216 


JURIKA, LOUIS 




379 


JUTILA, ANDREW 




379 



KACZETOW, HELEN 




216 


KAOIR.HOHAMED 




1,01 


KAHLEP.ANN 




378 


KAINTZ, REBECCA 




251 


KAISER, GEORGE 
KALL , DONNA 
iJalLIONENjSHEPPY 

KALM8ACH, Carolyn 


11.9 


,153 


21,1. 


, 378 




378 




21.8 


KOLOGRIOIS.EVANGELIN 




235 


KANE, DIANA 




187 






379 


KANE, SHARON 




298 


KANNETTE, JAMIE 


219, 


760, 
1.01 


KANNWISCHEP.NELL 




215 


KAPEL, HAPPY 
KAPP,M«PCIA 




250 




236 


KAPPLE, HARPY 




319 


KAPIPIS, BETSY 




280 


KAPL, CYNTHIA 




ZbS 


KARLAY, SUSAN 




283 


KASHA, MICHAEL 




216 


<ASIMtEP,DOUG 
KASTEN, KENNY 
KAUCHFP.FRED 




11.7 




317 




271 


KAUFFHAN, STEVE 
KAUFMAN, JeoRGE 


150 


,21.9 




153 


KAUGEPS, GEORGE 

KAYSER, Claudia 




316 




21.8 


KEEDY.JIM 




151. 


KEISER, JEANNE 


299, 


361, 

375 


KEISER,JEANNIE 


219 


,363 


KEITH, JOHN 
KELLE*, CHARLES 




11.7 




315 


KELLER, TERPY 




157 


KELLEY, NANCY 




286 


KELLOG.JANINE 




277 


KELLOGG, HINTHPOP 




215 


KELLY, D. 




315 


KELLY, JACK 




215 


KELLY, JIM 




308 


KELLY, NANCY 




223 


KELLY, PAT 




303 


KELLY, TQM 




318 


KFNDRlCK,jaNE 




218 


KENDPICK.MARY 




299 


KENNEDY, MARIANNE 




315 


KENNEDY, WILLIAM 




378 


KENNEY,GARY 




292 


KENNEY, ROBERT 




1.01 


KENNON, CAROL 


231. 


,265 


KENT, MOM 




316 


KENYON,TALLEY 




191 


KENYON, TALLY 




280 


KEPLIN, RICHARD 




379 


KERR, JANICE 




222 


KERR, PAT 




136 


KERSLAKE,GLEN 




379 


KETELTAS, STEPHEN 




379 


KICKLIGHtER, BUDDY 




303 


KILGORE, ANNETTE 




271. 


KILPATRlCK,JOY 
KIMEL, JACOB 




298 




215 


KIMMEL, ROBERT 




331 


KIMSEY.JEANNIE 




297 


KINDER, FREDERICK 
KINDLER, ERNIE 




379 




307 


KINDRED, LINDA 
KING.CAftOLE 




298 


235 


,379 


KING, DAVID 




150 


KING.IVA 




235 


KING, JOHN 




306 


KING, PAT 


181 


,181. 


KING, PATRICIA 


219, 


223, 
,29& 




231 


KING, RALPH 




317 


KING, ROY 




379 


K NG, SANDY 




266 


K NG.VICKI 




379 


KINNARO, GLORIA 


278 


,379 


KINNEY, JAMES 

KiRBY, Preston 




319 




301. 


KIRK. BILL 




29". 



KIRKPATRICK, MARILYN 

KIRSCHBauM,JOEL 

KISER, TERRY 

KITCHEL.LEANNAH 

KITCHELL,LEANNAh 

KITCHEN, KEN 

KITTENDOPF, CRAIG 

KJELLSTROM, LYNDA 

KLINGBEIL.ANN 

KLINGBEIL , GEORGIA 

KLINGL£R,GENE 

KNAPP,JOHN 

KNIGHT, THOMAS 

KNIGHTON, JIM 

KNOWLES,OICK 

KNOWLES,TWIG 

KNOX, BARBARA 

KNOX, KATHERINE 

K0ATES,TERF5A 

KOGELSHATZ.EO 

KOHjWONJA 

KOMAPEK, BETSEY 

K00NT7,MAPY 



KOTCH, 


BILL 


KOTOWS 


KI,APLENE 


KOTSIS 


.JOSEPH 
ROBIN 


KOVAC, 


KOVAC, 


ROBYM 


KOZAK, 
KRAUSf 


SANDRA 


jBAPBAPA 


KPEIDL 


tR, FRANK 


KPEIGE 


R,60B 


KRETER 


,NANCY 


KRIKOR 


[AN, JAMES 


KRING, 


MICHELE 


KUOEP, 

kummeJ 


FPANZ 


,CHARLES 


kuncha 


VALEE.POR 



LXOPANgJ ,CHERI 
L«BaSKY,RO.' 
LACAYO, MATILDA 
L ADO, MASON 
LAFAVOUR, CECELIA 
LAELER.SUE 
LAFOLLETTE,LARPY 
LAHIFF, LAURENCE 
LAHRMON, KAREN 
L AHURO , MICHELE 
LAjnIE,MARY 
L0H3, PATRICIA 
LAMB, SARAH 
L AMOTTA, JACK 
L AMP(L .ROBERT 
LANAHAN,JDMN 
LANCASTER, MARCIA 
LAND, GLENN 
L ANDE, SUSAN 
LANDIS, ALLAN 



LANGPAUL,CATHEY 
LANGSTON.ROSE 
LANGSTON, WILLIAM 
L ARKIN.MtCHAEL 



_ RMOYEU . _ 
LARSON, PAUL 
LASATER.UULIE 
LA5KA,pSuL 
LASOTA, DIANE 
LASTIN6ER, LINDA 
LASTINGER, LOUISE 
LATHROP,ANNE 
LATHROP, JACQUELINE 
LATIMER, JERE 
L ATULIPPE, JANE 
LAU.ROBYN 
LAUER,BRUCF 
LAVER, BRUCE 



'ICh 



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LAW, WILL 
LAWHOPN, CECELIA 
LAWHOPN,CELIA 
LAWRENCE, CHERYL 
LAWRENCE, EILEEN 
LAWRENCE, STEPHEN 
LAWTnN,0OUG 
LAWTON, PAMELA 
LAWTON, ROBERT 
LAYTON, PHILLIP 
LAYTONjR.RHILLIP 
LOESCHER, BETSY 
LEACH, STEPHEN 
LEAThErmAN, KAREN 

LEBBETTER, Susan 

LEF, FRANCES 
LEE, GATOR 
LEE, JAMES 
LEE, JOHN 
LEE, LINDA 
LEE, POSSUM 
LEE, ROBERT 
LEFFLER,J0HN 
LEGG, CINDY 
LEGG, CYNTHIA 
LEHMAN, LUCILLE 
LEHMANN, LINDA 
LEHMANN, LUCILLE 
LEHMANN, MARY 
LEiaUNDGUTH, ALEREOA 
LEIKER, DAVID 
LEINBECK, BRUCE 
LEITEPMAN, BARBARA 
LEKPASAN.SURAPhON 
LELLAN0,JOHN 
LEMASTERS,PAGE 
LEMESKE, GLORIA 
LEM0ND,0OUG 
LENFESTY, HARRIET 
LENHAROT, NANCY 
LENINGTON.ELEANORE 
LENINGTON, MARTHA 
LENNER, EDWARD 
LEONARD, MAPYANN 
LEONARD, RALPH 
LESLEY, RICHARD 
LESLIE, R09BINS 
LESSO,JACK 
LESTER, SUSAN 
LESYEA, JOSEPH 
LEVAN.SARA 
LEVEILLE,ROCK 
LEVINE, BRIAN 
LEVINE, LESTER 
LEVINGS, AL 



233,379 
255 
255 



266 
379 
281 
2 36 
379 



278 
235,279 
298 
222 
215 
283, 380 
390 
229 
215 
298 
380 
380 
255 
226 
390 
228,229 
116 
380 
380 
291 
153 
270 
308 
21.0 



231. 
222 
1,185, 
293 
292 
21,0 
300 
318 
139 
380 
1.02 



380 
283 
180 
380 
390 
380 
222 
390 
216 
289 
129 
261 

223,291. 

235,290 
222 
301. 
172 
390 
329 
380 



390 
299 
298 
,217 
310 
ill. 



215 
222 
390 
380 
192 
380 



222 

313,390 

150 

313 



,171 
380 
215 



LFVINS.jaCK 




207 




296 


LfNIS.MOL 




271. 


LEWIS, laSH-YN 




310 


LF«IS,PII« 




227 


LEHIS.SlNORa 




251 


LIPECiPjLINDl 




222 


Lir.HT.oOBUFY 
LIGLER.OHVr 


216 


216 




319 


L INCOLN.EPONCES 


222, 


231, 




,313 


L NCSEV.LTnNOL 




380 


L NDSTuiNO,PICH«PO 




216 


L NEBERGER.OEBORHH 




261. 


L NK, MICHAEL 


1S3 


,302 


LIPmSn, KENNETH 




380 


LIPSCOMe.OOETTl 
LIVINGSTON, «NNE 




380 




381 


LIVINGSTON, CIROL 




21.2 


LOE, ELLEN 
LOE^CHER, BETSY 
LOFTIN.jfsSE 
LOGON, GORDON 




281. 




183 




381 




381 


LOGON, POTRTCIO 




361 


LOGnN,P0NOY 


lib 


,1113 


LOGES.NOPMON 




139 


LOGGINS,0NITA 




236 


LQHMnN.TOM 
LOHSE,BILL 




308 


116 


,123 


LOMERT,0NNE 




381 


LCNG,CHERYLE 




381 


LONG, ELLIS 




1.02 


LONG, HIKE 




153 


LONG, WILLI «M 


J16 


,381 


LONGE.SYLVIO 




381 


LONGMlPE.n. ELLEN 




381 


LONGHIRF,MnPYELLEN 




235 


LOOS, FERN 




306 


LOPEZ, JO 




381 


LOPEZ, LORRY 
LORE,R0TMON0 




288 




381 


LOSONSKY.TERRONCE 




381 


LOTT,GE0Pr,F 




381 


LOUF.ONOREA 




290 


LOVFGRFN.SVEN 




1.02 


LnwF,HPENOO 




381 


LnuF.OONOLO 




115 


LOWELL, ONNE 


222 


,268 


LnHMON,MaRGIE 




275 


LOWPY.VIRGTNIO 
LOY, ONNO 




281. 
381 


LHY, STEPHEN 




381 


LOZSNn.PlOURICIO 




135 


LUCOS.Mir.HOEL 




288 


LUGE, JOHN 




381 


LUOKE, JEONNE 


217, 


111 


LUJON,OENISE 


218, 


231., 
363 


LUKEP,OON« 




31". 


LUNSFORCKERN 




216 


LUNT, ROGER 




1.02 


LUSON, DEMISE 




217 


LYLES, DENNIS 




288 


LYNCH, JunlTH 

lynn,€liz«peth 


26". 


,381 




311 






381 


lynnInoncy' 




282 


LYNN.SHAPOM 




310 



HOrCOMPBELL.MOLCO 

MACGREGOR,nONNIE 

HACK.JONET 

NACKEY, CECIL 

1ACKLIN,KEN 

MOCKLIN.ROB 



1 ."OKU 

.BETSY 



327 
133 
31S 



MACLEAN, KEN 
MACCMBER,DAVE 




lilt 




133 


MACPHAIL.H. 
MADDEN, JOHN 




2 81. 




292 


HOOSON.MAPY 




315 


MOOSON.NOXIE 




381 


MOGALIAN,POUL 


177 


,315 


MOGALSKI.POUL 




115 


MAGARO.RtC 
MAGNESS, LINDA 




315 


59 


,315 


MAGNUM, SANDY 




225 


MOGRUDEP, PATRICIA 




381 


MAHER.BILL 




315 


MAIN, LORRY 




381 


MAITLOND,OLEXIS 




273 


MOJEHSKI, JUDITH 




381 


MAJOR, ANN 




381 


MOLBON.LIZ 




239 


HALLARDI, MICHAEL 




382 


MANCHA,VSUGHN 




115 


MANCUSO, ANTHONY 




215 


MANDFL, STUART 




215 


MONHEIHER.EARL 
MANLEY, MARTIN 




382 




318 


MONLEY,REBFCC0 




222 


MANLEY, SHEPYL 




216 


MONNELLO.JflE 
MONNHEIMER, GEORGE 




317 


21.5 


,289 


MANNING, SUZANNE 




179 


MANSFIELD, KOTHY 

MAPHIS.CA^L 

MAROaLE,STAN 


21.2 


,266 




382 




300 


MARANTO.CHPISTINE 




311. 



MARCHICH, CAROL 


222 


MABCHICK,BFTSY 


251 


MOOCHICK, LINDA 


235 


MOPGHICK.LTNDY 


263 


MAOCINOK.T TMOIHY 


300 


MARION, MARGARET 


382 




382 


MARKS, JANICE 


312 


MARKS, JOHN 


361 


HORLIN.HEOY 


382 


MOROUETTE ."FTTY 


235 


MORR.O.GAYIE 


382 


MORR, KAREN 


295 


MORSAK, ANN 


21.1. 


MARSH, MARTIN 


215 


HARSH, SUSAN 


181. 


marshJll.bpion 


30". 


MARSHALL, BRUCE 


382 


horsholl.j. STONLEY 


325 


MARSHALL, J. STANLEY 


193 


MARSHALL, MARY 

NORSTON, Christine 


382 


1.02 


M»RSTON,TIM 


318 


MARTIN, 80RBARO 


261 


MARTIN, BECKY 


281 


MART IN, CAROLYN 


382 


MARTIN, CORNELIA 


382 


MARTIN, EPIK 


319 


MORTIN.JOLINOA 


256 


MARTIN, KOYLE 


300 


MARTIN, LAURA 


283 


MARTIN, LYNDA 


382 


MARTIN, NANCY 


382 


MARTIN, ROTPICIO 


216 


MARTIN, SALLY 


231,236, 



MARTIN, SHARON 


232,273 


MARTIN.T. 


30". 


MARTIN, TED 


382 


MARTINEZ, ANN 

M ART INE7GUFRR0, JORGE 


230 


1.02 


MARUNIAK, JOMES 


260,305 


MARVIN, MTCKI 


21.2 


MAPZULLI, ANTHONY 


319 


MASON, CHUCK 


295 


MASON, CYNTHIA 


265 


MASON, POM 


280 


M0SRI,OMAR 
MASTEPSON, STEVE 


136 


157 


MASTRANGELO, JAMES 


392 


MOSTPANGELO.JIH 


21.6 


MASTROVITD, JOSEPH 


382 


MASTRY,HORY 
MATES, BETH 


269 


21.0 


MATHFISjLYNNE 
MATHIS.i. 


382 


312 


MATHIS, LINDA 


2".". 


MAIHIS.LUANN 


256 


MOTHIS,LUCY 


382 


MATHIS, RHONDA 


21.2 



METZGER, JANET 
MEYER, INO 
MEYER, MARGIE 



MATSON,PAUL 
MATTHEWS, CHARLES 
MATTHEWS, FLOYD 
MATTHEWS, LORRY 



^IMER,TFRRY 



MAY, 


PAT 


RICIA 


MOTK 


APO 


.JACK 


MAyr 


,SU 


50N 


MOZO 


,CA 


THY 


MOZZ 


JRELLA, ADRI 


MCADAMS 


,MOC 


MCALPIN 


E.MORY 

jioTHERINE 

o,COROL 


MCOP 


OLE 


MCAP 




HCABTHU 


R, CHARLES 
F£, ROBERT 


MCAU 


LIF 


MCBR 


IDE 


.dSwica 


MCBL 


RNE 


■T,GENE 


MCCO 


BE, 


TERESA 


HCCO 


MP6 


ELL, MALCOLM 


MCCA 


NN, 


CATHERINE 


MCCA 


NN, 


KATHERINE 



MCOASKILL. SUSAN 
MCCHESNEY, ANNE 
MCCLELLON, JEANNE 
MCCOURT, PEGGY 
MCCOY, LAURETTA 
MCCOY, ROY 
MCCOY, STEVE 
MCCRACKEN, ANNE 
MCCRACKEN, THOMAS 
MCCREEOY.HORGORET 
MCCULLOUGH, JOMES 
MCDONIEL. WILLIOH 
MCDONIELS,OONNA 
MrOEVITT,,rHRIS 
MCDEVITT, CHRIS 
MCDONOLD, BRUCE 
MCDONALD, HERBERT 
MCDONALD, LYN 
MCDONOLO, MARILYN 
MCDOWELL, JAMES 
HCEACHERN, LOUISE 
MCEACHERN, ROBERT 
MCFAODEN, EDWARD 
MCFARLAND,LYNN 
MCFARLOND, MICHAEL 

HCFORLONE, PATRICIA 
MCGAHEF, MICHAEL 
MCGOHEY, CHERYL 

MCGEE,?' 



MCGEE,FL ZOBETH 


MCGEE,JOI- 




mcgehEe.oon 


HCGILVER 


.LOUREL 

Chael 


MCGREW.M 


MCHONE, J 


MES 


MC NERNY 


MARY 


MC NTOSH 




MC NTYBE 


ddnald 


MC NTYRE 




MCIVER.'iPurE 


MCKONNOjf 
MCKEE,ROY 






MCKEEHON 


MAPI T A 



MCKENZIE, KIRB 
MCKINNEY,DOVE 
MCKINNEY, DOROTHY 
MCKINNIE, JULIAN 
MCKINZIE, WARREN 
HCKITTRTCk.JILL 
MCKNIGHT, KOTHY 
MCLOUGHLIN,L£ON 



298 
289 
310 
382 
181 
21.1. 
382 
382 
216,21.1. 
278 
382 



382 
392 
382 



225 

382 

235,21.2 



297 

195,317, 

393 

383 

1.02 

23"., 1.02 

101 ,283 

218,283 

361,383 

383 

32D 

227 

305 

383 

178,21.8 



283 



MCLAURIN, JUDY 




383 


MCLEAN, BONNIE 


222, 


"zt^ 


MCLEAN, DOUG 




303 


MCLELAND,KARYN 




383 


MCLEOD, CHARLES 
MCLIN,PEGINA 




292 




53 


MCMANUS, JOMES 




383 


MrMANUS,PALLIE 




383 


MCMASTER,DONN0 




383 


HCMILLON.EODIE 




153 


MCMILLON, JAMES 


260 


,303 


MCOWEN, SUSAN 




383 


MC0U0DY,SOR0H 


21.2 


,311. 


MCOUIGG.GLFNN 




383 


MCROE, BEVERLY 




236 


MrSHAIN,JOHN 




292 


MCTAGUE,DOPIS 




383 


MCTAGUE, ROBERT 




383 


MCHILLISmS, RALPH 


215 


,21.1. 


MEAOe, JOHN 




292 


MEADOWS, ALICE 




27". 


MEADOWS, B. 




310 


MEADOWS, RICK 




289 


MEANS, DIANNE 




383 


MEARS,MAPYONN 




261 


MEDLEY, SUSAN 




311 



MEEHAN,RflT 
MEINERS, NANCY 


270 


383 


MEISNER, LARRY 


383 


MFLANESE.GEROLOINE 


28". 


MELTON, OEBPIE 


236 


MELTON, OE8OR0H 


261. 


MENDENHOLL, TERRY 


319,393 


MENNETT, ROGER 


320 


MENZIES, ROBERT 


215 


MFPCER, JOMES 


215 


MFPCEP, JERHME 


216 


MEBKEP.RICHORO 


393 


MERPITt.KERIOO 


383 


ME=RITT,HAY 


383 


MEPRITT,SCnTT 


295 


MESCHICK, CHARLES 


383 


MESSER,NiN 


383 


MESSEP, ROGER 


177 


MESSERVEY, PATRICE 


315 


METCOLFE.MEG 


296 



1IGKLEB 
1I0DLEB 
1I00LET 



ROOKS, DE6OR0H 

-■ ,FLLEN 
lUN.MARC 
H, BARBARA 
.SHEILA 
RNE.ONITO 



1ILES, 
HILFS, 

IILES, 
11LLEN 



MILLER, C 
IILLER.D 
MILLER, 
'1ILLER,J 
HILLER.K 
"irLLEP,L 
1ILLER,N 



231 
181 
393 
319 
260, 300, 
383 
205 
177,298 
312,383 
139 
383 
226 
383 
315 
381. 



222 
216 
313 



MULLIGAN, DON 



MILLER, P. 


285 


310 


MILLER, POLLY 




21.0 


MILLER, ROY 




295 


MILLER, SAM 


193, 


199, 
350 


MILLER, SUSAN 




273 


MILLER, WILLIOM 




391. 


MILLET, FRAMCIS 


192 


,331. 


MILLITZER, JAN 
MILLS, STEtHANr 




290 




222 


HILLwSrO, SOLLY 


210 


,381. 


MILTENBERCFP, CHESTER 




139 


MINE0R,DOUG 




316 


MINER, MARY 




216 


MINGS, DEBGRAH 

minniCk.hoyne 




381. 




215 


MINOR, ROGER 




115 


mintz,pene 


272 


381. 


MINTZER, MICHELLE 




222 


MIRGLIONO.FPAhCINE 




261 


MIRIGLI0NO,FRONCINf 




38". 


M SNER,KEN 


II.8 


,153 


M TCHELL,DOUG 




115 


n TCHELL,H. DAVID 




39". 


M TCHELL, MARTHA 




21.3 


n TCHELL, MERILYN 




315 


M TCHELL, ROB 




318 


M TCHELL, ROBERT 




1.02 


M TCHELL, STEPHEN 




381. 


H XNEP.JONF 

MIXON, GEORGE 


290 


, 381. 




291. 


MIXSON, JOHNS 
MOCK,STARLYN 

HDE, Roulette 

MOFFETT, DEBBIE 




381. 




272 




179 




298 


moffett,linoo 




190 


MOHORG.NONCY 




27". 


MOHARGiSUSON 




27". 


MOHR, PEGGY 




1.02 


MOLANDER, BEVERLY 




38". 


mdle,susSn 




217 


MOLYNEUX, RONALD 




38". 


MONCHICK,R. 




319 


MONCRIEF.MORY 




38". 


MONDY,NELL 
MONFORT,KIFTH 




23". 




292 


MONSER, LINDA 




235 


MONTGOMERY, GEORGE 


116 


,302 


MONTGOMERY, JOHN 


116, 


260, 
295 


MONTGOMERY, SANDI 


195 


,381. 


MONTGOMERY, SCOTT 




295 


MONTGOMERY, SUSAN 




381. 


MONTGOMERY .THOMAS 




1.02 


MOODY, JULIAN 




381, 


MOODY, LUCY 
MOONjOARL 




21.7 




381. 


MODRf, BARBARA 


262 


,391. 


MOORE,'-. 




311. 


MOORE, CAREY 




236 


MOORF.CARY 




777 


MOORE, CHUCK 




199 


MOORE, ELIZ03ETH 




216 


MOORE, JAMES 




302 


MOORE, JOANN 




261. 


MOORE, JUDITH 




222 


MOORE, JULIO 




381. 


MOORE, M. 




255 


HO0RE,R.K0THLFEN 




1.02 


MODPE,RICH 




292 


MOORE, SONDPO 


290 


,315 


MOORE, SONDY 




21.1 


MOORE, TED 
MOOY, PETER 




38". 




302 



MORGAN, GARY 


200 


MORGAN, LLOYD 


391. 


MORGAN, MERRY 


311 


MORGAN, METT 


319 


MORITZ.BILL 


316 


MORITZ, WILLIAM 


381. 


MOPLEY.HAPnLO 




MDRPHEW,JANETTA 


381. 


MORRILL, DAVID 


201 


MORRIS, BOB 


135 


MORRIS, CHUCK 


289 


MORRIS, ELIZABETH 


38". 


MORRIS, JANE 


381. 


MORRIS, KATHLEEN 


391. 


MORRIS, NANCY 


227 


MORRIS, ROWF 


288 


MORRIS, SUSAN 


180,226 


MORRIS, lERPY 


391. 


MORRIS, WILLIAM 
MORRISON, ALAN 


1.C2 


301. 


MORROW, JUOY 


192 


MORROW, SARA 


312 


MORSE, JOSHUA 


332 


MORSE, KAREN 


235,21.0, 




31? 


MORTON, PRISCILLO 


279,381. 


MOSELY, STEVE 


135 



MOSLEY, SAMUEL 
MOSS, DENNIS 
MOSS, DONALD 
MOSS, MICHAEL 
MOSS, RICK 
MOSTOLLER, ANN 
MOTES, FRED 
MOTT,GAIL 
MOUCH0,K0RFN 
MOUNTAIN, BARBARA 
MOWREY.MERl YN 
MOYER, JUNE 
MOZLEY, LINDA 
MPATA.STOLLORD 
UDIEjMOM 



HULLIG 


IN, DONALD 


395 


MULLOY 


mSrgaret 


315,395 


MUNN,J 


Snice 


315 


MUNN,P 


»UL A 


315 


MUNOZ,JOSE 


302 


MUNROF 


ARTHUR 


116 


MUNSON 


RICHORD 


300 


MURPHY 




315 


MURPHY 


MORILYN 


29". 


MURPHY 


REOGON 


236 


MURPHY 


SHERRY 


235 


MUPPHY 


SHEPRYLL 


287 




WILLIAM 


385 



murRisIndr 
murray, ann 
murray, stephen 
musielak, steve 

MUTH,PAT 
MUTH, WILLIAM 
MUTTON, VOLDRIE 
MYER, INO 
MYERS, WALLY 
MYRA, JULIAN 
HYRTCK. BARBARA 



MACLEPIO,ELLYN 
•JOESETH, BARBARA 



NAGELSON,MARY 
NANCE, JANIS 
NOPOLITONO, CLIFF 
NORKINSKY, JOHNNY 
NATE 

NATIONS, LINDA 
NAVARTIL, JOYCE 
NAVRATIL, JOYCE 
NOYLOR,BOB 
NOYLOP, JERORO 
NFOL, A. 
NEAL,ANN 

NECE,OARLFNE 
NECK, SUSAN 
NEOERVELO, LINDA 
NEEL,MflRIT« 
NEELY, VICKIE 
NEERIEMEP, WILLIOM 
NEFF,LINDi 
NEFF, NANCY 
NEILL, DOROTHY 

NELSON, C. 
NELSON, KRISTI 
NELSON, STU 
NESBIT, ELAINE 
NEVIN,HRS. 
NEWBERGEP 
NEWCO 



lENRY 
'ARLES 



NEWSOME, BARBARA 
NEWSOME, DONNA 
NEWTON, KATHLEEN 
NEWTON, MARGO 
NEWTON, MIMT 
NICHOLAS, BEVERLY 
NICHOLAS, FINA 
NICHOLAS, GINA 
NICHOLS, BEVERLY 



293 
299 
385 



3l5 
290 
395 
318 



278 
299 
385 
205 
216 



217 

385 

21.2,268 

396 

21.2, 

396 

315 

222,261 

260,320 



235,2".2, 



NICHOLS, BRUCE 




319 


NICHOLS, DICK 


11.2 


,11.7 


NICHOLS, JERI 




236 


NICHOLSON, ORLENE 




315 


NICHOLSON, SHA 


232 


,2".0 


NICHOLSON, SHARON 




315 


NICKENS.ciPOLYN 




386 


NICOLE, BFVERLY r 




21.1 


NIGHTINGALE, CHRISIOP 




386 


N1MM0NS,BRENDA 




395 


NITCHER, NANCY 




386 


NOBLES, BETH 




232 


NOEL ,NANCY 


218, 


219, 
278 


NOLAN, JEONNIE 




262 


NORDAN.B. 




303 


NORMAN, OOVID 




300 


NORMAN, DICK 




300 


NDRRIS, GERRY 




139 


NDRRIS, LYNDA 




385 


NDRRIS, RICK 




270 


NORTHRIOGE, CAROLYN 




395 


NDRTHRUP.POM 




275 


NDRTHRUP, POMELO 




236 


NORTHUP,LIN0O 
NORTON, CARL 




395 




1.02 


NORTON, KIM 


215 


,217 


NOTT, MARSHA 




2'.2 


NOTTINGHAM, LAURA 




21.0 


NDH0KOWSKI,JIM 
NOWLIN,CHORLES 




307 




395 


NUBOR, NANCY 


271. 


,275 


NUOELMAN, ARTHUR 




216 


NUNNELLY,MFLINDO 




262 



OJBRION, JOE 
0<BRIEN, ELLEN 
OiBRIEN, JO 
' N,THOM0S 

OR, DEWEY 



OJBRIE 

0<CONN 

OfCONN 

OJCONN 

OtCO 

0«OEA 



NOR, POT 
NOR, STEVE 
, JOHN 
0«OELL,MORLIN 



273 
395 
309 
21.1 



O«D0NNELL,BILL 
D<GORA, JANF 
OJNEAL, JAMFS 
0«NEAL,MELINDA 



ODETTA 

OELSCHLAGER, VICTOR 
OERTEL, JOHN 



OLDHAM, SUSAN 
OLEHSKI, MICHAEL 
OLIVE, CONNIE 
OLIVER 

oliver, deborah 
olhste1o,hary 
olson, bonnie 
olson, joanne 
olson, laurel 
ootfn, homer 
oren, belinda 
orionoo, william 

ORR.BOB 
ORRICK, A 
0RS80N, Miotvn T 
OSBORNE, BETSY 
OSBORNE, ELLEN 
OSBORNE, JOYCE 



316 
395 
265 
3 36 
396 



305 
386 
303 
306 
298 



337 
211 
312 
270 
236 



298 

386 

299,386 



S80RNE,KERR1E 


235 


,275 


S90RNE,ZEBUL0N 
S9URN,PAT 




265 




11.7 


SHER, JANICE 




286 


SHER,SUSON 




296 


5M0ND, JOHN 




215 


SSORIO.MELINDA 




386 


STIGUY, DIANE 




273 


TT,GARY 




307 


ULMAN, STEVE 




153 


UTLOM, LEIGH 
WENS.OONA 




290 




272 


HENS, FRANK 




396 


WENS, FRED 




317 


WENS,FREDFRICK 




386 


WENS, GALE 




261 


WENS, HARRY 




320 


WENS, JEMPSEY 




300 


WENS.JOANHE 


105 


,26<. 


WENS, JON 




205 


WENS, LYNN 


53, 


100, 




129,211 


,28^ 


WENS, M. ELAINE 




396 


WENS,MAPYLYNN 




396 


WENS, MELISSA 




286 



ACK 


RO,H 


RRIET 


AOAVANO, EILEEN 
AODOCK,nECKY 
AGE, ANDY 
AGE.MFLDO 
AGE, PATRICIO 


AGE 


SAND 





ALMER,ROBFRT 
ANICHOPOTjCHI 
ANSA, JUDITH 
ONTELIDIS,VER 
AOIS,HAPLFNE 
ARK, ANNE 



OKER, 


SUS 


ON 


RKER, 


TIM 




RKER, 


VIR 


GINIA 


RKES, 




CLE 


RMFNT 






RNIN, 


JOH 




SPOMO 


RE, 


CEBORA 




RE, 


PAMELA 


RRIS, 




ORO 


OPISH 


, JA 


MES 




, JO 




RSONS 


■ LI 


■00 


OSONS 


,H0 


_COLM 


RSONS 


,Tn 




SCO.M 


OLL 


PRY 



>OSSAV0NTI,C 



PATTERSON, JOANNA 



PHELPS, THOMAS 
PHIFER,BFTTY 
PHIFER, GREGG 
PHILIPS, SONDY 
PHILLIPS, ONN 
PHILLIPS, CTNDY 
PHILLIPS, DOVE 
PHILLIPS, DEBORAH 
PHILLIPS, HCWARD 
PHILLIPS, MARS. 



39S 
315 

299 
320 



?lf 

310 
396 
235 



237 
396 
292 
216 



129 
30? 
386 
217 



PAUL, BARBARA 


271., 275 


PAUL, PETER 


397 


PAULSON, BOB 


22". 


POUSON,BnB 


225 


POVTKE.G. 


272 


ROWLEY, OONHO 


387 


PAYNE, LOUISA 


397 


PE0Cn6K,LYMN 


222.236, 




278,312 


PEACOCK, STAN 


320 


RFAGLFR.M. 


279 


PEAGLER, MARTY 


59 


PEARCE.JEFF 




PEARCE.PHIL 


397 


PEAPMON,MARLENE 


397 


PEARHAM.PAT 


236 


PEARSON, DEOORAH 


181 


PEOSLEY.OAWNITO 




PECK,ORtHUP 


397 




397 


PFCKHOH,GARY 


397 


peofrson,oon 

peek.horOlo 

peel£,lohrfnce 


116 


387 


2".". 


PEFLFR,ED 


305 


PEEPLESiOONOLO 


216 


PFERY, DAVID 


292 


PELHAM, CAROL 


397 


PELHAM,PAT 


2 36 


PELL, JOHN 


116,119 


PEN0ERGRASS,VICK1 


296 


PEPPER, CLAUDE 


216 


PEPPER, OEN<:ON 


153 


PFPPFR.JONIS 


387 


PEPPER, JOYCE 


235 


REPPER, NANCY 
PERDOmO, MARIA 


'78 


387 


PEREZ, cSndIOA 


269 


PEREZ, LORENZO 


397 


RERKINS.CHIP 


320 


PERKINS, JAr'ICE 


397 


PERLMAN,POPIN 


31". 


pfrpy,bJrbora 


397 


PEPPY, CATHY 


236 


PERRY, REBECCA 


2 3V 


PETERS, BRION 


397 


PFTEPSnN,BTLL 


11"., 115 


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POARK. NANCY 278 

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ROBERTS, BOY 291. 

ROBERTS. DICK 11.8.153 

ROBERTS, MARY 216 

ROBERTS. PICHARD 389 

ROBERTS. ROLAND 389 

ROBERTSON, BRUCE 210 

POBIEjMARY 182 

ROBINSON, BILL 309 

ROBINSON, CHARLOTTE 278 

ROBINSON, DBVINE 389 

ROBINSON. JOHN 389 

ROBINSON. LAYON 389 

ROBINSON, MARLFNE 389 

ROBINSON, MYRA ''99,389 

ROBINSON, PAMELA 290 

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ROZINSKI. WILLIAM 390 

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RUBINSTEIN. JON 390 

RUDZIK. BARBARA 390 

RUEDIGER.RICK 271 

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116 


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SANCHEZ, ROBERT 


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SANCHEZ, THOMAS 


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SANCHEZ, TOM 


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SCHAFFEP,MARCIA 390 

SCHAFRANSKI, VALERIE 21.1 

SCHANBACHEP, ANN 281 

SCHANBACHER, BARBARA 281 



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SCHFXNiYnEP, MICHEL 
SCHILLING. mSry 21,2 
SCHIMMACK ,OBLE 300 
SCHLAFE.AL 239 
SCHLEICHER, LINDA 222 
SCHLESINGEP. ALEX 390 
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SCHMALL. DEBORAH 287 

SCHMECK.JOHN 101. 

SCHMIDT. STEPHEN 391 

SCHNECKLOTH, ALBERT 391 

5CHNETZER, ANNA 182 

SCHNUTE.GREG 11.7 

SCHNUTE. GREGORY 391 

SCHOECK, ARTHUR 196 

SCHOLL, STEVE 189 

SCHOLLE.PETE 139 
SCHOLZ.GEPOLOINE 310.391 

SCHOOLFY,DENMISE 391 

SCHOWALTER, SUSAN 179 

SCHRECK. DAVID 21.6 
SCHULTZ.CHARISSA 266.391 

SCHUMACHER. SUSAN 218 
SCHURIG. BONNIE 236.276 

SCHWARTZ. MARTIN 216 

SCHWARTZ, REBECCA 222 

SCHWARTZER, JOSEPH 391 

SCHHARZ, WILLIAM 391 

SCOGGINS.RON 199 

SCOGGINS, RONALD 391 

SCOLLON.SUE 236 

SOOLLON.SU^AN 266 

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SEARCY, JUDY 

SEAY, JENNIE 

SEB0LT.3. 

SECHREST. THOMAS 

SEOLACK. KATHLEEN 

SEDMAK. WILLIAM 

SEELIE. MICHAEL 

SEGAL. JANET 196.278 

SEIDL, LYNDA 

5EIFERT. MELANIE 
SEIGLER. MICHAEL 

SEITZ.wtLLIAH 392 

SELLECK.GENE 392 

SELLECK.MAPK 392 

SELLERS, DEVON 270 

SEPIELLI, BARBARA 392 

SFPIELLI. PATRICIA 290 

SEPULVEOA.PAUL 153 

SERMONS, CHARLIE 317 
SETZER, CATHERINE 218.261. 

SEUSS, CAROLYN 392 

SEVER, JAMES 1.03 

SEWELC. JAMES 171 

SEWELL.JIM 189 

SHAD. PHILLIP 392 

SHAFER, CAROLYN 216 

SHAFFER. MAPCIA 226 

SHAFFER. MICHELLE 269 

SHAFFER, TEPRIE 222 

SMALLANtZ.VICKI 261 

SHANNON. KATHY 211 

SHANNON. PEGGY 392 

SHAPKEY. LINDA 216 

SHAPM4N, WALTER 392 

SHARP. HSnNOH 392 

SHARP, MARTHA 222 

SHARPE, SUSAN 315 

SHARTZER, SANDY 201 
SHASHY, DONNA 21.0,286, 
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SHASHY, NITA 286 

SHAUGHNESSY, PATRICIA 283 

SHAUGHNESSY. THOMAS 305 

SHAVER, ELEANOR 1,03 

SHAW, BILL 116 

SHEA, BILL 306 

SHEA.BRIGIO 233 

SHEARN.DOTTIE 208 

SHEDD, LAURIE 299 

SHEEN, KEVA 21.6 

SHFLLNUT,ROSANNE 278 

SHELTON, Slice 392 

SHEMWELL, BETTY 217 

SHEPLER, DONNA 21.? 

SHERMAN, ADRIAN 317 

SHERMAN, CHUCK 161., 167 

SMER0USE,M6RK 392 

SHEROUSE.VICKI 392 

SHIELS, DENNIS 139.392 

SHIPLEY. VIVIAN 235.392 

SHOEMAKER. ROBERT 21.5,260 
SHORES, VENILA 216 

SHORT, CINOr 298 

SHORT, ROBERT 216 

SHORTS. LAPPY 317 

SHOWALTER. IDA 222 

SHRADER. SHARON 

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SIDWELL. DOROTHY 
SIKKEMA.CAPL 
SIKORA, JAMES 
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SIMMONS. LINDA 
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SMITH, SUSAN 
SMITH, TED 
SMITH, WALTON 
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SNOVER, JAMES 
SNOW, MARTHA 
SNOW, SHEILA 

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392 
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SINGER, SALLY 265,392 

SIPZER,GAY 185 

SISLEN. PATRICIA 287 

SISLEY.BILL 317 

5IVITER, HELEN 286 

SKARDA.CARYN 271. 

SKELTON.JUPY 236 

SKFLTON. ROBERT 319 

SKINNER. OAVIO 216 

SKRETTING.J.R. 216 

SKUFCA, RONALD 392 

SKULRAf ONA ,PIMJAI 1.03 

SKYRMS. DEBBIE 21.0 

SKYRMS, SUSAN 291. 
SLAOE, MICHAEL 
SLADKY, CAROLYN 
SLANE, SALLY 
SLANEY.TINA 
SLATER, KENNETH 
SLATTUM, JOAP 
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SLUSHER,MAP0LYN 392 
SMALL. SUSAN 219.310, 
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SHALLWOOD. GAYLE 392 

SMARINSKY, DAVID 139 

SMEPNIS.KlM 298 

SMEPNIS.S.KIMBERLY 392 

SMID, BEVERLY 392 

SMITH. AGNES 272 

SMITH, BARBARA 181. 

SMITH. BAPRY 153 

SMITH. BILL 136 

SMITH, CHARLENE 392 
SMITH, CHARLES 



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SDReELLO,EVA 393 

SORENSFN, STEVE 271 

SORICE.SUE 393 

SORRELLS, BARBARA 263 

SOSBY,GAtL 21.0.277 

SOUO,PAM 23? 

SOUDA,PAM 21.0 

SOUIHiRO.TINA 393 

30UTHH0RTH, ANN 269 

SOVERNS, ELIZABETH 231.. 290 

SOWERS. BETSY 393 

SOWERS. BETTY 216,313 



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SPAOGH,aETH 21.2 

SPAPKMiN, BELINDA 262.393 
SPAPKMAN. ELIZABETH 393 

SPARKMAN, STEVE 21.5 

SPARKS, MiRYLOU 223.291 

SPEAS, PATRICIA 272 

SPEEDY. ARTHUR 393 

SPEER, JACKIE 116 

SPENCE, CAROL 236.21.0, 

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SPENCE, WAYNE 116 

SPENCER, ELIZABETH 216 

SPENCER, JOHN 292 

SPENCER. LINOA 222 

SPENCER, RAYMOND 216 



SPETZ, KATHY 
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SPIVEY, ROBERT 
SPONHOLTZ.LIBBY 
SPORICH,jtRRY 
SPOSETTI.NITA 
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SPRAWLS, SUSAN 
SPRING, STEVE 
SPRDULL.BILL 
SPURLOCK, SANDRA 
SRYGLEY,SAPA 
ST. CLAIR, DAVID 
STACKER, EC 

STACY, MELANIE 
STAFFORD, MARY 
STAGG, TERRY 
STALEY, RAYMOND 
STALLARD, DENNIS 
STALLINGS, JACK 
STAHBAUGH.JOY 
STAM6AUGH, RUSTY 
STANLEY, CHERYL 
STANSFISlO, MARIA 
STANTON. KATIE 
STANTON, PAULA 
STAPLETON, SARAH 
STARK. CRAlG 
STARK, DEE 
STARK, K.BRIDGET 
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STEARNS. SHERPY 393 

STEFFENSON.KATHRYN 216.217 

STEEFENSON.KATHRYNE 393 

STEGGALL, W.SCOTT 1.03 

STEINS, DAVID 308 

STENSTROM. PATRICIA 21.1 

STEPHENS. MANDY 223,277 

STEPHENS. MARCIA 391. 

STEPHENS. PEARL 391. 

STEPHENS. PEGGY 391. 



STEPHENS, SALLY 
STEPHENSON. C. 
STERN, RICHARD 
STERNBERG, JANET 
STEPRETT.VICKI 
STEVEN, JOYCE 
STEVENS, BECKY 
STEVENS, BETTIE 
STEVENS, BILL 
STEVENS, C. 
STEVENS, DICK 
STEVENS, JERRY 
STEVENS, JUDY 
STEVENS, MANDY 
STEVENSON, JAMES 
STEWART, jiNICE 
STEWART, JOHN 
STEWART, ROBERT 
STICHLER, BARBARA 
STIGAARD, ANDREW 
STILLWELL, KATHY 
STINSON, GEORGE 
STIVENDER, GEORGE 
STOCK, DIANE 
STOKES. DON 
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STOKES. JERRY 
STOMP. JON 
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STRAIT, i^AUL 

STRANGE. PEGGY 222.235 

STRATON. PAULA 59 

STRATTON, PAULA 281. 

STRAUBE.PAUL 1.03 

STRICKLAND. CHANDLER 391. 

STRICKLAND. DON 333 

STRICKLAND. LARRY 115 

STRICKLAND, LAWRENCE 21.1. 

STRICKLAND. MARY 310 

STRICKLAND. PETER 260 

STRICKLER. JOSEPH 116 

STRICKLER, NANCY 391. 

STR0BEL,PiTOICia 185 

STR08ERG, SANDRA 222 

STROBERG. SANDY 236.298 

STROBERG. SHARON 222.235 

STROBERG, SHARPY 299 

STROM, LEONARD 39<. 

STRONG. ELIZABETH 313 

STRONG. GARY 225 

STUART. KEN 271 

STUART, SYD 320 

STUBBS, RICHARD 391. 

STUHLHULLER.SZILVIA 391. 

STULTS.BIM 138,139 

STULTZ, BETTY 391. 

STUPAKtS. MICHAEL 116 

STUTZ. ANNETTE 391. 

STUTZEP.IRIS 236.290 

SUGGS, SARAH 258 

SUKSRIWONG.CHINOA 1.03 

SULLENBEPGEP, DOUGLAS 391. 

SULLINGER,GENE 318 

SULLIVAN, BILL 319 

SULLIVAN, CHRISTINE 233 

SULLIVAN, COLLEEN 236,262 

SULLIVAN, DEOE 59 

SULLIVAN, OEEDEE 21.9,261, 



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SULLIVAN, NANCY 

SUNDERLAND, KAY 

SURFACE, PICKIE 

SUTHERLAND, MARK 

SUTTA.PAUL 391. 

SUTTON. ALEXANDER 391. 

SUTTON. AUBREY 391. 

SUTTON. DONNA 233.391. 

SUTTON, ROBERT 391. 

SWAIN, Charles 215 

SWAInE.RICK 320 

SWAN.LLORYN 190 

SWaPINGEN,PANDY 305 

SWAZEY, ELIZABETH 310 

SWEAT, JAMES 391. 
SWIGLER. CHARLOTTE 231,290 

SWIGLER.JAN 21.2 
SWIKARO. JACQUELINE 21.0.315 

SWINDELL, BUDDY 309 

SYKES, STEPHEN 391. 

SYLVESTER. RICHARD 216 



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WENZ, LINDA 




397 


HOOU, LESLIE 


21.0 


T»LBOT,F>?0NCES 


26". 


3PS 


V1NARMEN,GARY 


270 


HERKMEISTER.HRS. 




216 


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313 


TOULEir, JEFF 




29". 


VANBALEN, MARGARET 


231 


HERTZ, SHAPlS 
WEST,tHARLA 




268 


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288 


tJLLEY.POTOICE 




2'2 


VANBEZOOYEN, TRUDY 
VANCE, PATRICIA 
VANDEPCRAKE, J. 


396 




291 


WOOO.SHARON 


399 


TOHINOSI«N,STFVE 




395 


215 


WEST , JOYCE 




397 


HOOD, SUZANNE 


310 


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272 


305 


WEST, PATRICIA 




397 


WOOOOALL, SUZANNE 


225 


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395 


VANDERGRIFF,ED 


2"i5,260, 


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216 


,397 


WOODRUFF, ELIZABETH 


217 


216 


335 




260,292 




281. 


HOODS, PAUL 


215 


TORP.JEFF 




270 


VANDERHILL, BURKE 


216 


WESTENHISER.MARY 




281. 


WOODWARD, JANE 


254,399 


T0PVER,RICH«RO 




301, 


VANDEROFF.JOHN 


216 


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397 


WOODWARD, HOODIE 


179,131 


rapvFR, STEVE 




150 


VANDERVORt, JAMES 


396 


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hheat,t£resa 




332 


HOODHARD, WOODY 


223,311. 


TSYLOR.SEITY 


233 


395 


VANOEPVORI, JIM 


237 




23". 


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235 


TOYLOP.CSPnL 




395 


VANDOREN,CARY 


1.03 


HHEELER, JAN 




236 


WORKMAN, STEVEN 
WORTHINGTON,JOHN 


399 


T»YL0R,DE9PIE 




236 


VANOUSEN,JANN 


59 


WHEELER, WILLIAM 




1.03 


216 


T4YLnR,DFBflR«M 




261, 


VANGLAHN, DORIS 


21.0 


WHETSTONE, KATHY 




397 


WORTHY, CARL 


399 


TOYLOPiMONK 




150 


VANGUNDY, CAROLE 


396 


WH CHARD, MARY 




278 


WOZINAK, CINDY 
WRIGHT, CANDACE 


193 


I BYLOR, JSNET 




278 


VANGUNDY, PENELOPE 


231,261. 


WHIDDEN, LINDA 




21.2 


217 


TOYLOR, JOHN 




".03 


VANHEININGFN, HELENA 


396 


WHIODEN,NEVIN 


231 


,297 


HP GHT,DAN 


305 


THYLOR, LINDA 


181 


313 


VANN, CHARLES 


319 


WHIGHAM, FRANK 




116 


HP GHT, DEBORAH 


179 


TOYLOR, MIRTHS 




1.03 


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396 


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397 


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403 


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394 


VANPIJ.WILLEM 
V ARCA,PHIL 


1.03 


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296 


WP GHT, LARRY 


318 






318 


WHISILER, MICHAEL 




316 


WRIGHT, PERRIN 


216 


THYLOR.ROBYN 


271. 


275 


VARNEY, SUSAN 


313 


WHITAKFR, DIANE 




281. 


WP GHT, STEVE 


153 


TSYLCR, ROGER 




21. 1. 


VASOUEZ, MICHAEL 


11.7 


WHITE, BOB 


150 


,21.9 


WPIGHT, THOMAS 


337 


rCHONTZ.KIM 
TF«GUE,SH»RON 




300 


VASOUEZ.ROSEANNE 


180 


WH TE, CAROL 




1.03 


WP GHT,TONI 


215 


222, 


299 


VATIKIOTIS, COSTA 


300 


WH TE, CLAUDIA 




397 


WPIGHT, WILLIAM 
WRIGHTON, GLENN 

wR GLEY, Patricia 


399 






VATZ, BERNARD 


1.03 


HH TE, DAVID 




397 


215 


TE«L,JUNE 


268 


395 


VAUGHN, CYNTHIA 


278 


WHITE, OELYNNE 




298 


233 


TEDDER, JUDY 




280 


VAUGHT, LINDA 


310 


WH TE, HARRIET 




397 


WROTEN, DIANA 


242 


TEDDER, RIChSRO 




217 


VAUSE, SARAH 


315 


WH IE, JAMES 




397 


WUPZEL,90R 


245,260 


TEnOOR.JUOY 
TEDF0R0,9»PB0Pa 




231 


VEGA, BETSY 


226,21.1, 
396 


WH TE,KAY 




298 


WURZEL,RnBERT 


320 


261 


273 




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398 


WYANT.GARY 


114 


lELLECK.PENEE 

TERRY, EDOIF 




261. 


VEGA.VICKI 

vernOn.sonoy 


396 


WHITE, PAULETTE 


232 


,398 


HYATT, DON 


317 




11.8 


236,271, 


WHITE, SHERRY 




398 


HYATT , WALTER 


399 


TEsrH,susaN 




395 


VERSO, Jnorfa 

VEITER.VICKI 


268 


WHITE, STEPHEN 




398 


WYCHF, PAULA 


399 


TEUTON, LINDS 


^3, 


?■.', 


277 


WHITE, STEVE 




190 


HYCKOEF.KIM 


272 






395 


VICKERS, THOMAS 


216 


HHITE, THOMAS 




115 


WYHAN, LINDA 




THSLHON, LINOS 




236 


VICKEPS,VIC 


307 


HHITE, VALERIE 
WHITEFIELO, THOMAS 
WHITEHEAD, PUD 




297 




TMULMON, LINDA 




261, 


VINING, JAMES 


139 




398 


wynnImartha 


183 


THIOAULT, JAMES 




395 


VIRGIN, CAROL 


21.1 




111. 


WYNNE, ED 


288 


THIGPEN.ANM 




222 


VOOPEY.GRFTCHFN 


396 


HHITEHURST ,DAN 




116 


WVSONG.MARY 


403 


THOMAS, DANNY 




116 


VOHUN, FRANK 


115,119, 


HHIIEHURST.KAYE 
WHITLEY, JAfK 


283 


,398 






THOMAS, ELWYN 




215 




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139 


VONGLAHN, DORIS 


291. 


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236 




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395 


VONROENN, KENNETH 


139,396 


WHITLOCK, PAMELA 




21.0 






THOMAS, LYNN 




21.0 






HH TNEY, PAMELA 




281, 


YACKEL , SHIPLEY 


242 


THOMAS, SAMPRA 


181 


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398 


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399 


THOMAS, SUSAN 




299 




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398 


Y ATSUK , ROBFRT 


399 


THOMAS, TIM 




317 






WHITTEN, DOUGLAS 




398 


Y AHN, RAY 


270 


THnMAS, WILLIAM 
THOMPSON, AMOY 




3 95 

151. 


WAAS, GEORGE 


361,1.03 


WHITHER, lERPIE 
HICHHAN.MARC 




216 
225 


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YOOEP, K APEM 


403 
287 


THOMPSON, CMAPLFNF 




21.8 


WADDELL.OAVE 


316 


WIDMANN.BOn 




305 




235 
283 


THOMPSON, G«Y 


150 


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WAODELL, DAVID 


396 


WIFHttUS, DONNA 


191., 


217, 


Y ON ,MAPCI A 


THOMPSON, JOSEPH 




395 


WAODELL,LYOIA 


18"., 313 


218,- 


97,360 


,398 


YORK, BILL 


308 


THOMPSON, JUANITA 




395 


WAODELL, LYNNE 


231 


HIGGERS, LINDA 




235 


YORK , JUDY 


399 


THOMPSON, LYNETTE 




216 


WAOE ,P08EPI 


396 


WIGGINS, JAY 




139 


YOUNG, BARBARA 


222,236, 


THOMPSON, MARY A. 




395 


HADSWORTH, JANE 


281 


WILBUR, DIANA 




233 




3l5 
153 


THOMPSON, MCRY E. 




395 


WAGNER, ARTHUR 


396 


HILCOX, ROBERT 




303 




THOMPSON, THOMAS 




302 


WAGNER, DONALD 


153 


WILD, BILL 




302 


YOUNG , JEROME 


216 


THORNF MIOKEY 
THORNTON, BAP-TARA 




282 


WAGNER, RICHARD 


308 


WILDER, RANDALL 
WILDNER, WILNA 




398 


YOUNG, LEIGH 


248 




235 


WAGNER, SHELLEY 


263 




311. 


YOUNG , NINA 


205 


THRASH, PEBFCCA 




282 


WAKEFIELD, STAN 


396 


H LES, STEVE 




309 


YOUNG , ROCKY 


271 


THR0HER,KATHY 




262 


WAKEFIELD, STANLEY 


300 


H LEY, JAMES 




398 


YOUNG, SANDRA 


399 


THROUER.MAPGAPET 




395 


HALDBY.ODFLL 


216, 239 


W LEY,PAM 




281 


YOUNG, SKIP 


1 33 


THURMOND, PATRICIA 




313 


WALOECK.MAPY 
WALDEN,GOLF 


395 


W LKENSQN.'APAH 




21.0 


YOUNIE , DI Af.'E 


311 


IHUPS9Y, VINCENT 




216 


59 


W LKERSON.EDNA 




1.03 


YUSCHAK ,NADEAN 


249,272 


T CHFNQP.WFNnY 




219 


waLOEN,PflTPICI A 


396 


H LKES,JDHN 




403 






T EDLEBEPG.JAY 




301. 


WALDEN,TEo=Y 


396 


W LKINS, MELISSA 




398 






T LTONjCANDACE 




395 


HAL0ON,GAIL 


21.1 


W LKINSON,SONDRA 




269 




z 


T MRERLAKE, MARY 




1.03 


WALOON.GALE 


278 


HILKOWSKI, NANCY 




398 






T PTON,RAY 




216 


WALKER, BARBARA 


216 


HILLHONER, ELAINE 




235 






T IPTON, VIRGINIA 




282 


WALKER, FRANK 


306 


HILLHOTT, LOUIS 




215 


ZACUR, RICHARD 


260,306 


T TUS, SHARON 


216 


,395 


HALKFR, GLENN 


396 


WILLIAMS, BARBARA 


281 


.315 


ZAFFRAN.TED 


116 


TJEPNSTROMiKRIS 




296 


WALKER, KATHRYN 


222 


WILLIAMS, BOB 


225, 


21.5, 
294 


ZAHN,MAX 


294 


TO00,GLENO» 




395 


WALKER, MARY 


235 






ZAPP, RICHARD 


304 


T ODD, MICHAEL 




270 


WALTER, STAN 


116 , 118 


HILL AMS, CHARLOTTE 




216 


ZARUBA,MARY 


311 


TOLAR.TOM 
TOMRERLIN, THOMAS 




318 


WALKER, SUZANNE 


396 


HILLIAHS, CHERYL 




239 


ZOVISH, BERNARD 


399 




21.1. 


WALKER, SYLVIA 


312 


WILL AMS,CPAIC 




270 


ZEFFER,JOHN 


271 


TOMLINSON, ANNE 




222 


WALL ,GERALO 


305 


HILL AMS, ENOCH 




398 


ZEINER, CAROL 


222,222, 


r ONG, BARBARA 




291 


WALL, LINDA 


290 


WILL AMS, FRANCES 




398 




248 


TOOHILL, JUDITH 




395 


WALLACE, BARBARA 


59 


WILL AMS,JEANNIE 




21.1 


ZERA.GREG 


147 


TOOHILL jJUOY 




21.2 


WALLACE, 90MNIE 


231,236 


HILL AMS, JERRY 




398 


ZIFGLER.MAOCIA 


259 


TOULMIN, LYMAN 




216 


WALL ACE, CAROLYN 


269 


WILLIAMS, JOSEPH 




398 


ZINN.CHRISTA 


235,312 


lOHNSENO, DIANA 




395 


WALLACE, CHERYL 


131l^!!2l 


WILLIAMS, JOYCE 




231. 


ZOGHBY, LINDA 


181,218, 
28i 


TOHNSEND,LIZ 


179 


,236 




261,261 


HILL AMS, JUDITH 




398 




TOMNSFNO, WILLIAM 




217 


WALLACE, Rfl>' 


115 


HILL lAMS, JUDY 




233 


ZOLLO, GREGORY 


304 


TRACY, ANNA 




216 


WALPEP, FRANK 


289 


H LLIAMS, MARILYN 




398 


ZOOK, DIANE 


177 


TRACY, DIANE 






WALSH, KATHLEEN 


311. 


H LLIAMS, MARTHA 




313 






TRACY, 2AN 




i'9 


WALTERS, NANCY 


396 


W LLIAMS, MASON 




52 






TRAFTON.JOE 
TRAGOS, GEORGE 




395 


WANDER, Alice 


236,311 


W ULIAMS, MICHAEL 




317 






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260, 


WARD, CAROLE 


396 


WILLIAMS, MPS. 




231. 










250 


WARD, J.POBFPT 


395 


H LLIAMS, NANCY 




287 






IRAVERS,6ILL 




129 


HARD, MARY 


396 


W LL AHS.PAY 




288 






TPAHEEK,MARY 




1.03 


HARD, PATRICIA 


283 


w LL AMS, ROBERT 




398 






TPAXLER, HERBERT 


176 


,1.03 


HARDEN, CYNTHIA 


315 


W LL AMS, ROBERTA 




285 






TRFFCE.GAPY 




395 


HARE, PEGGY 


396 


W LL AMS,ROBYN 




261 






TREGOnS, JON 




317 


WARFEL,PirK 


316 


W LL AMS, SANDRA 




398 






TREMBL AY,LYNN 




272 


WARNER, BERGFR 


318 


WILL AMS, SUZANNE 




181 






TRFSCOTT,JFAN 




286 


UARNER, BEVERLY 


396 


W LLIAMS, TED 




317 






TREXLER.MICHAFL 


260 


,395 


WARREN, SUSAN 


280 


WILLIAMS, WILLIE 


133 


,398 






IPICKEL.JAfiE 




312 


WARREN, TOMMY 

warrinGep.sanopa 


116,118 


WILLIAMS, WINIFRED 




222 






TRIGG, LINO" 
TRIMMtP.TOOD 
IROXEL, CHARLES 


299 


,395 


395 


WILLIAMSON, CORNELIA 


222, 


236, 
265 








318 


WATERS, LINDA 


395 












395 


WATKINS,RARRY 


291 


WILLIS, BOB 




250 






IROXEL ,FPEO 




205 


HATKINS,MARY 


395 


WILSON, AUDREY 




216 






TRIILUCK.FLIZABETH 




395 


WATSON, DALF 


187 


WILSON, BILL 




205 






T°USSLEP,GARY 




301. 


WATSON, FRANKLIN 


187 


HILSON, CHRIS 




217 






TSaCPIns.MfPIA 




226 


WATSON, LESLIE 


283 


HILSON ,ELL niNE 




21.2 






T'-OCPInus, MARIA 
TSGflPIOS, CAROLE 




181 


WATSON, WILLI AM 


215 


WILSON, FRANKLIN 




398 








2 81. 


WATTS, BETTY 


216 


WILSON, J. 




319 






TUCKtP.KiPFN 




286 


WAITS, PAULA 


176,182 


HILSON, MARTHA 




398 






TUCKEo,LEN 




318 


WA<MAN,BERNIE 


153 


HILSON, MAPYJO 


219 


,398 






TUtl'ER, PAMELA 




286 


WAXMAN,JERPY 


396 


WILSON, MIPIAM 




216 






TUFARELLA, MICHAEL 




211 


WAXMEN,BERNIE 


305 


WILSON, PAMELA 


279, 


311., 






TURBEVILLE, RICHARD 




395 


HAYBPIGHI, JOYCE 


1.03 






398 






TURLFY,HUGH 




395 


HEALE.MARY 


217 


WILSON, VIRGINIA 
WINCHESTER, SANDY 




21.1. 






TUPNBULL, T . 




291 


WEALE.MARYJO 
HEAThERRED, CYNTHIA 


21.1 


127 


,280 






TURNER, A. 




315 


310,396 


WINDHAM, PAMELA 




279 






TURNER, C. 




311 


WEATHERS, BILL 


292 


HINFREE,BILL 




291. 






TURNER, CONNIE 


183 


,276 


WEATHFRSBEF ,GAIL 


2 36 


W ING,LINOA 


219, 


299, 






TURNER, LINDA 




395 


HEATHERSVEE ,GAIL 


251. 






398 






TURNER, RICHARD 




395 


WEAVER, G.EdWIN 


215 


WING, TERESA 
WINGEPT, CECELIA 


236 


,279 






TURNER, RITA 




28J 


WEAVER. JANE 


298 




398 






TURNER, STEVE 




318 


WEBB, CALVIN 


395 


WINGEIELD, POLLY 


201 


,299 






TURNER, SUSAN 




206 


HFBB, LINDA 


181,235, 


HTNKELHAKE, CAROL 
WINNER, HARCLO 




179 






TYE, JOHN 




395 




'1.5, 


260, 
319 






iylIr.kay 




226 


WEBB, PEGGY 


181 










TYRF.BRENOA 
TYRHOLM, LINDA 




3 95 


WEBB, RICHARD 


395 


HINTFRLE, JOHN 




215 








395 


WEBBER, LEE 
HEBER.BOn 


157 


WINTERS, PHILIP 




301. 






TYSON, JAMES 




115 


153,307 


WINTERS, STEPHEN 


216, 


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WEBSTER, ANN 


283 




328 








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316 


WISE, PAY 




315 








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MEEKLY, DANNY 


320 


WISE , STUART 




398 












WEGMAN.BARPARA 


179,396 


WISNER, LINDA 




398 






UOALL, STEWART 




82 


WFGMAN, DAVID 


1.03 


HITCHEP, CAROLYN 




398 






UHRIG,NICK 




318 


WEIDE, MARGARET 
WEINTRAVa, SHARON 
WEIR, JANlftF 
WEISS, WENDY 


395 


HITTSTRUCK, DIXIE 


272 


,398 






ULM, SUSAN 


96 


21.0, 


1.03 


HITTY, LINDA 




236 










263 


218,395 


WOEPNER, CHRISTINE 




2'2 






UNDERWOOD, nAN 




318 


222,311. 


HOLE,OAVIO 




21.6 






UNDERHOOO, JOHN 




308 


WELCH, RICHARD 
HELLBORN, CHARLES 
WELLHONEP, ELAINE 


397 


HOLF,SHAP 




208 






UPDEGPAFF , JACK 




288 


216,239 


HOLECBOB 




302 






URBAN, ANN 




278 


21.2 


WOLFE, DAVID 




398 






URBAN, ANNE 




268 


WELLMAN, SUSAN 


232,21.0 


WOLFE, LAWSON 
HOLFORD, LORRAINE 




398 






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216 


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268 




217 












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53 






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216 


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316 


WOOD , JOYCE 




277 






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VALLFE, ROGER 




222 


WENSHAW, CAROL 


397 


WOOD, KATHY 
WOOD, LARRY 




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303 


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215 




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