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University of South Florida yearbook (1964)
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Aegean. (1964)
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9 v. : ill. ; 32 cm.
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USF Faculty and University Publications
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Aegean Vol. 1 (1963/64) - Vol. 9 (1972). Unnamed (1975/76) - (1976/77). Twentieth (20th) Century (1977/78) - (1987-1988).
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        New Page
    Front Matter
        Page 1
        Page 2
        Page 3
    Table of Contents
        Page 4
    Introduction
        Page 5
    Perspective
        Page 6
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        Page 9
        Page 10
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    Academics
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    Fraternities
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    Activities
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    Campus Life
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    Graduates
        Page 103
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    Senior Directory
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Aegean UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA Tampa, Florida Volume I, Number J 1963-64

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Editor-Frances Freeman Coeditor -Bobby Bennett Co-editor Lurfene Gallagher

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Aegean Contents 1. Perspective .......... 6 2. Academics ........ .17 3. Fraternities ....... 33 4. Activities .......... 55 5. Campus Life ...... 87 6. Graduates ....... 103

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The Sea of Aegeus ... harboring small islands which gave man tools of civilization ... logic ... clarity of perception ... beauty of truth ... simplicity of superiority ... Growing ... maturing ... we move into the century ... premising our growth on Greek ideals ... paralleling our growth to the development of a great nation ... J ubi Ia nt in creativity ... reflective in rea I ity ... we begin ... 5

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A mosaic of ideas ... each piece chiseled to shape a complex structure ... a structure that builds toward universal understanding 1958 ... ideas become substance. Crowds cheer ... Governor Leroy Collins breaks ground for the state's newest university. Dry weeds ... removed ... and in their place ... soaring columns that rise to reflect the wisdom of a new century.

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From foundations To finality ... To freshmen From sky-high dreams to the drafting pad ... Academia breeds art ... and the Teaching Auditorium-Theater is representative of South Florida's growth ... a nucleus of knowledge and preserver of values. 8

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Buff brick by brick ... we expand. In the beginning, four buildings ... now thirteen, and a pattern emerges ... a pattern which will eventually become a complete complex. Governor Collins speaks to our future. 9

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Physics Building Fine Arts -Humanities Building 10

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Growth ... through artistic endeavor and scientific study. Growth ... suspended in the translucence of light. And expansion each month ... in the of geometric design and the flow of human life.

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Alpha Hall Alpha I East Enlightenment .. mirrored in windows of "co-ed" Alpha ... residents striving toward a common goal ... inhibitions posed by the Great Steel Door Development . barriers and bushes ... with democratic declarations. Unity ... achieved in Argos, a Greek island of civilization. Alpha, Beta, and Gamma merged into complexity ... as Delta rises from sterile sand. + -

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Argos Center Argos Residence Complex Barbed-wire Barrier Delta Hall 13

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14 Universal freshmen awe in the ch aos of registration ... in the patience of book t W d sore lrnes ... an wonderful on er d . a new home fo f r our years ... and cont Four years standards entment in first clas ses. traditions perspective Flourishing '"an idio f m 0 growth

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The Beginning .... The Present .... The Future ... Quest for Knowledge ... 16

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18 John Stuart Allen, President of the University of South Florida ... doctoral degree from New York University ... honorary degrees for service and professional attainment ... unique opportunity as a pillar of a new collegiate tradition. A charter in 1956 ... concepts of curriculum in 1957 ... and dreams merge into concreteness with the rise of the administration building ... an upward surge toward noble ideals ... designed and co-ordinated by President Allen. A presentation ... the university's first honor society ... a welcome ... to a charter class of 2000 freshmen ... culmination in the academic procession for the Honors Convocation in September. Conception ... development ... maturation ... a promise of success ... Opening Convocation, membership in the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, charter class graduation ... symbols of the beginning and coming of age of the nation's newest state university ... of Grecian ideals rooted in realities of classical achievement.

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Mary Broolcs, James Klapps, Dr. and Mrs. Allen Dean Wunderlich and President Allen 19

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*Robert Dennard, B.S. (C.P.A.), Dean of Administration Herbert Wunderlich, Ed.D Dean ol Student AHoirs 20 *Sidney French, Ph.D., Dean of Academic AHoirs

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* Edwin Morfin, Plt.O Deon, College of Bosic Studies Jean BoHle, Ed.O., Oeon, College of Education *Russell Cooper, Plt D., Dean, of Liberal Arls Administrative Heads .. co-ordinators of university policy ... service, analysis ... responsibility for planning and executing the logical development of a new community ... and responsibility for creating and maintaining an image of maturity ... *Citor/es Millican, Plt.O., Oeon, College of Business Administration 21

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Charles Wildy Ed.D., Dean of Men Fronk Spain, Ed.D., Registrar 22 Margaret Fisher, Ph.D., Dean of Women Administrative Heads ... . formulas for residence hall living ... programming the future with student service organizations ... orientation ... counseling ... burgeoning library facilities ... and channeling knowledge from pre-admission to post-graduation. EflioH Hardaway, M.S., Director of Libraries

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Thomas Dickerson, M.B.A., Business Administration *Gene McClung, M.A. (C.P.A.), Accounting Louis Jurgensen, Ph.D., Chairman, Accounting College of Busihess Administration ... provides professional programs in business education ... with majors in Accounting, Finance, labor Relations ... program for teachers ... instruction in skills of office administration ... preparation for a succession of jobs ... with a spirit of adventure to meet community needs ... for creative analysis of social values ... for knowledge of curriculum planning and policy making ... to enable business leaders to confront problems of a progressive era. 23

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Virgrnio Volentine. M.A .. fnglosh Jomes Popovich, Ph D Choirmon, Spuch Chorles Arnode, Ph.D., History College of Liberal Arts ... Language Literature, Social Sciences Divisions ... instruction in foreign languages, latin and linguistics, English, Speech, Philosophy ... areas of social science from Pericles to Freud ... on undergraduate program . in preparation for career and continued study ... creative inspiration and practical application ... to fields adoptable to individuality.

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Robert Zeller, Ph. D Dir&dor Language-Literature James Parrish, Ph.D., Chairman, English *Fredericlc Horrigan, Ph. D., Political Science *Charles Micarelli, Ph. D., Chairman, Foreign Language 25

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*Franlc Friedl, Ph.D., Zoology Knut Norstog, Ph.D., Natural Sciences 26 *Gid Nelson, Ph.D., Biology College of Liberal Arts, Natural Sciences Division ... Emphasis on experiment and scientific inquiry ... the methodical search into nature ... through Astronomy, Botany Chemistry, Geology, Physics and Zoology ... structuring a better world through Mathematics and Engineering ... from microscopic life to the infinite universe ... scientific quest climaxes in the mind of man ... living standards molded on the foundations of tomorrow's discoveries. *Theodore Ashford, Ph.D., Director, Natural Sciences

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*Wendell Ragon, Ph. D Chairman, Jesse Binford Ph.D., Physics Robert Long, Ph.D., Chairman, Botany 27

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Alvah Beecher, M.M., L.H.D., Director Fine Arts Harrison Covington, M.A., Chairman, Art 28 Margery fnix, M.M., Music *Edward Preodor M M., Chai rman Musi c College of Liberal Arts, Division of Fine Arts . application of talent and imagination to the creative horizons of Music, Visual Arts and Theatre Arts ... subtle shades of emotion in symphonies and scenarios ... ageless yet contemporary ideals ... individuality echoes from practice rooms and stage, shimmers on canvas . Carl Sandburg, Richard Dyer Bennet, Paul Creston ... performers, co-workers in a creative tradition bringing personalities into classes, open discussions ... stimulating goals through aesthetic achievement ...

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*Patricio Hegvilc, M.M. Music ......... :::: Russel/ Wholey, B.A., Chairman, Theatre Arls Claude Houle, M.F.A Art 29

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Mariella Waife, Ph.D . American Idea *Christian Kiefer, Ph.D Chairman, Humanifies 30 *Miles Hardy, Ph.D., Human Behavior College of Basic Studies ... educational insurance ... exposing students to knowledge essential to all graduates. Pre-requisite for upper division status completion of the Basic Studies program . courses in English, Mathematics, Biological Science, Physical Science, American Idea, Foreign Language, Humanities, Human Behavior and Physical Education provide the undergraduate solidity needed for specialization ... majors in Basic Studies ... personal confrontation with visual, aural values Team learning, programmed learning ... stimulation toward an enriched realm of experience ... available to all students.

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*Edgar Stanton, Ph D., Humanities Sam Prather, M.S., Physical Education Hans Juergensen, Ph.D Humanities

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32 Robert Shannon, Ed D Education College of Education ... Development of professional educators to enrich society's intellectual, cultural and spiritual heritage general preparation, teaching specialization, and professional training ... dreams and the spirit of inquiry in courses that present man as a behavioral animal ... weeks of assistant teaching that build experience .. seminars that synthesize .. finalized in one's own class and reflected in the eyes of tomorrow's teachers. Harris Dean, Ed.D Education *William 8oH, Ed.D Education

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34 Officers president Bob Bobier vice president -Tom Jordan secretary Cliff Opp treasurer Dwight Clark 4 ... ( ... -. ":-;\t .. r Members row 1 Bob Bobier Tom Jordon CliH Opp Roger Bobier Ben Earnest row 2 Don Walker Sam Lewis Pete Agdomog Tom Lillie row 3 Ken Mullis lom Eure Dennis McGarry Joe Beckham Buck Skillen Jim Klopps Jon Gorman Dick Davis row 4 Tony Fiorito Cliff Bridges Charlie Money Jim Woodroffe Norm Cutson Ed Timmons Buddy Perks Dove Waggener Jerry Bell Pete Zwolinski

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Frying pan success A rete: first fraternity at South Florida ... charter 1960 ... from the Greek, ARETE ... TRUTH, WISDOM, COURAGE .. activities ... service and social .. Florida Sheriffs' Boys Ranch ... blood bank for students and fami lies ... hospital work ... Farris Bryant, honorary member ... pledge programs build character and concepts of Arete ...

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Officers president-Jim Metcalfe vice president Rolph Vasquez pledge master Jim Coplon corresponding secretory -Sherman Steadman recording secretory -lew Wallace treasurer Charles Humble ENOTAS Members row 1 John Howard Fred Garcia Mike Tolbert Tom Hazel Howard Kingry Jerry Buckingham John Bear Skip Coldwell row 2 lorry Scott Tom lockland Roy Rodriguez Bill Terry Dick Shopmeyer Jim Metcalfe Roger Newman Harrison Foil Robert Gonzalez Paul Waters row 3 Bob lone Pete Doyle Don McCaffery John Pluto Jock Staples Fronk Meiners John Bell Charles Ehrman Jim Shirley Bob Taylor Joe Hill lew Wallace Rogor Walton Glenn Ellis Charles Humble Sherman Hayes Jim Coplon Rolph Vasquez John Word

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Enotas: December, 1960 ... originated os athletic teom ... chartered March, 1961 brothers strive to instill character .. Outstanding in intramural activities .. IM champions 1962 ... first inter-collegiate sports event with Florida Southern .. Aim toward social unity ... Hawaiian luau with entertainment by Hawaiian Village ... lake parties .. skiing, roost pig ... "Enotos forever" .. colors ... block and gold ... 37

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Sisterhood ... sportsmanship lrophy 38 FIA Officers president-Janie Ertzberger vice president Kathy Shoun recording secretary-Marie Murdock corresponding secretaryAlice Spadavecchia treasurer J
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Fia: March, 1961 ... "Filles from the French ... nineteen charter members . 8 J. Tynes president ... FRIENDSHIP, INTEGRITY and ACHIEVEMENT .. Service projects ... Student Personnel office, each member 10 hours .. Salvation Army Home and Hospital ... USF Foundation ... annual Christmas party Hillsborough County Hospital ... Easter party for MacDonald's Training Center ... sponsoring University speakers ... Money projects ... rummage sales, carwashes and bake soles ... scholar-scholarship program ... highest GPR Trimester II, '63 . lntromurols ... every event ... Good Sportsmanship Trophy 62-63, and Folksing Trophy 1962 ... ice-skating ... camping tr ips ... Mother-Daughter teas ... Individuality .. 39

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Test Iiles and paper work ... lor highest standards Officers presidentPatsy Wells vice president -Jackie Korb secretory P o t Shea treasurer Merrily Miller Members row 1 Pohy Jackie Korb Merrily Miller Pot Shea Pohy Gatling Pam row 2 Traynor Alice Toy Ditzler Toni Spoto Judy Carol Wolfgang row 3 Marilee Neal Lurlene Gallagher Martha Ann Dennis Nancy Ducker Cheryl Cornwall Margaret Swick row 4 Cheryl Beckner Sue Strock Anita Garcia Kathy Rhyne LouJcon Hackney row 5 Thea Balint Judy Saro Rani Lerner Carol Pfitzer Judy Schoenborn

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Fides: FAITH, OATH, and HONESTY Service projects ... canned foods drive at Christmas ... Multiple Sclerosis Society ... bandages, brochure distribution for American Cancer Society ... Money projects ... to finance scholarships and socials ... fall ... Fun n Fancy weekend ... parties, dinners ... casual and formal ... lntramurals ... All University lntramurals Trophy ... bicycle race ... third in folksing ... Good Sportsmanship Trophy ... mascots and sweatshirts ... scavenging ... Wednesday and Thursday study nights Christmas social to honor graduates ... Pledge proiects ... and finally, "sister" ...

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Officers president-R i ck Biddle ,dent -vice pre. k u Doug MacCos I pending secretary corre. Bill layton recording secretary Jim layton CFS representative Parks Miller 42 Klfi Members row 1 James Kitchens Fred Dudley Steve Scrivner AI Sholly Jeffrey Wa1te Robert Focht row 2 Fronk Hancock James Mims Bob Alwood Donnis Granda Richard Oppel Bill Harvey Rolph Karl NouSIOinen Brooke Bollogh Charles Stuart Fred Frey_ Marlin Miller Robert Rose Robert Andersen Joel Jackson row 4 R i ck Biddle Parks Miller Bill layton k "ll Doug MacCos 1 Advisors Murphy Osborne Stanley Hayward

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Kappa Iota Omega dinner meeting ... expectu11ons KIO: March 10, 1961 ... strong brotherhood for individual improvement ... in mind, body, and spirit ... Dennis Granda, charter president ... then Fred Frey and Rick Biddle . Nu/li Secundus ... highest academic overage on campus ... Children's Home, MacDon ald Training Center . service in school and community .. Now, Kappa Iota Omega HONOR, DIGNITY and BROTHERHOOD ... Intramural strategies ... exhausting improvement

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Officers president Emilee McEver vice president -frances Stohlbush recording secretory Brenda Smith corresponding secretory-JoAnn Vail treasurer -Margaret Burlington Members row l Koren O'Grady Sue Stelzer Guylo Harrison Lindo Swindall Ann Clark row 2 Jockie Oioz Kitty Graham Shorelle lopez Jo Ann Oliveri Michele Hutto Isabel Gomez row 3 Eileen Strout lily Gonzalez Setty Pearce Angie Molino Koyleen Berton Sidney Gill Mary Morrone Arc Couvel

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Paideia: December, 1960 ... friendship and service to the university .. Activities ... off and on campus Thanksgiving ... prayer cords ... Christmas ... donee for fraternal societies ... Spring formal ... entertainment . community science exhibits ... elementary school materials . lntramurals ... hayrides ... camping trips, slumber parties . Colors ... red, Blood of Man . white, Purity and Honesty ... red rose ... moHo: SElFDISCIPLINE, SELF-ENHANCEMENT, SELF-REALIZATION ... Rush decorations ... with imagination 45

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Officers president Andrew Tartler vice president -Ted Gose corresponding secretary Dave Crawford recording secretary Tom Bullard treasurer Jim Leonard Members row 1 Dove Crawford Tom Bullard Jim leonard Ted Gose Andrew T artier row 2 Bob Blunt Joe Garcia T om Brown lee Moffitt row 3 Don Dougherty (sponsor) Jerry Moore Dove Brewer Murray Matthews Terry Chapman Tommy Russell Bill Thompson John Zeien Terry Re Jerry Stanford George Varnadoe Mike Gurr lou Ambrose Fred Atterbury Ron Kelly Curtis House Joanne Young !sponsor)

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Talos: spiritual brotherhood, Spring, 1961 ... ten charter members ... recognized by CFS ... Fred Franklin f i rst president ... C and S" party ... lntramurals ... joint parties with Enotas ... church together ... scholarship fund . car washes ... work days ... Fall Bob Claussen outstanding pledge ... Banquet ... Morrison 's Imperial House ... Ron Kelly second president ... hayrides ... beach parties and sand castles . Gasparilla Coke sale ... Egmont Key ... 4th of July party ... second pledge class ... Tom Brown outstanding pledge ... Sebring Races ... fishing trips ... third pledge class ... Talos Hoedown ... Andy Tartlcr 3rd president ... stag party ... pie throw ... outstanding pledge, '63 class ... Terry Chapman . J.7

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Serv1ce ... throvgh Carnival proflls Annval Mardi Gras h iiinks ... Tri S.I.S.: SINCERITY ... INTEGRITY ... SOCIABILITY .. all University Ploy Day, most points .. trophy 61-62 ... Annual fashion show ... charm . Money-making projects ... doughnuts ... authentic spaghetti dinner ... shoe shine Tri S.I.S. Mardi Gras ... costumes ... Christmas ... Topaz Boll for graduates ... Winter in Florida at Camp Keystone ... skis ... bulky sweaters . dancing, s inging, eating, and SNOW? Roman party and Halloween festival ... slumber party ... no sleep ... Service projects ... entertaining children at lee Hoven ... evenings at the Graham Home ... camp ... meetings ... TRI S I.S.

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Members ruw 1 Ann Francis Officers president Ann Francis 1st vice president Kathy Guyer 2nd vice president Vicki Caplinger recording secretary -Marjori e Broadstreet c o rresponding s e c retary Sally Bakalar treasurer Anna Mari e Gibson Sponsors Warren Davis Mrs Warren Davis Mrs Jack Robinson Charles Micarell i Kathy Guyer Marjorie Broadstreet row 2 Vicki Caplinger Diona Gorcio Diona Garcia linda Wanamaker Geri Colo Frances FNnondez row 3 Irma Pullara Ailct>n Castellano VIlma Gonzoler JoAnn Parlor Pol Davis Sue Smalley row 4 Gail Ford Ann Henson Donna Trawick Jeone"o Lucido Virginia Griroffe row 5 C ynthio Carreno Soroh Coldwell Roolie Rodriguez Cheryl Ficke Roy Ann Granda row 6 Nelda Fountain Anno Yeobower Sharon T orson Holly House Genelle Fernandez row 7 Margaret Turney Solly Bakalar Diona Penolver Mary Jane Tombuzzo row 8 Surie Jennings linda Haefner Reno Antinori 49

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Officers D e lphi : first, informal participation in and service functions ... January 4, 1961 recognized .. colors ... light blue and white flower ... white, long-stemmed rose ... jewel ... pearl ... motto ... Superbia oc Fioncio legionis, the spirit of the group Cancer Crusade ... Indian orphan .. Bonshee for all Fraternities ... Apollo award ... Doono Zongmouer -Joonno -Noncy \ecrt'tory Genory o .ono Joonno Hedge E E y Amy furlow Uondn9 M.lo"o lOWI\ Auroro MocKoy Joyce Swendlon Tho"'e' Corol r,,., Jon

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SIGES Sige1: birth ... May, 1961 ... events ... spaghetti dinner ... doughnut sales car washes ... sponsor annual "Sweetheart Boll" in February Service ... special collections in the library cleaning riverfront property ... annual banquet in September .. Christmas soiree ... informal parties and formal initiations ... Officers -Sora Guinto Zinia Ramos chaplain rush chairman Kathy Hawkins Members Mrs Roymond l(,nQ !,pon,orl Roymond Kng lspon,orl M" Mdtlo l'pon\Orl Soro Guinto Lourenco (,pon,orl M" Lourenco Monley l,pon\Orl row 1 Lyndo fron1 Mortho Simkoit" Donno Kothy Howk'n' YounQ Jon Roe God Stephen' row 2 Mou,c Zno Romo'

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52 Verdandi: Norwegian for "the present" ... formal brotherhood bound by close friendships ... coot of arms ... at first c "co-ed" club ... cement ideals forming a chartered organization ... Scholarship funds ... Christmas Boll ... and a fund for supporting a European exchange student ... VERDANDI Officers chancellor -Robert Dubay first vice chancellor Dennis Silver second vice chancellor Stu Neyland secretary Barry Packer treasurer -Tim Huselton Members row I Stu Neyland Dennis Silver Robort Dubay Tim Huselton Sorry Pockor row 2 John Dobbin George Hartig Roy Willensky Scot! Trent Jock Knight row 3 Ron Show Bob Leonard Bill Cutler Miko Horton Ron Morozek row 4 Bob Jacobs John Blolock Eric Pohl

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Council of Fraternal Societies ... to co-ordinate the activities of individual fraternities . to determine and administer standards, rushing, finances ... organized in the spring of 1962 ... presentation of the constitution to Dean Howard Johnshoy ... with the leadership of Sonny Brady, first president ... CFS week at Chinsegut with guests from national fraternities ... a plan for future expansion ... the problems and privileges of "going national" ... representation at Interfraternity Council and Southeastern Panhellenic conventions ... designs to promote understanding with harmony among brotherhoods. Officers president Frank Hancock vice presider1t Ann Francis secretary -Pam Morales treasurer-Judy West Members seated Emi leo McEver Ann Francis Z i n i a Ramos Koren O'Grady Pohy Wells Janie Ertzberger ChorloHe Anderson Pam Morales Judy West lynn Nkhols standing Porks Miller John Merr i H Fronk Hancock Ted Gose Tom Brown Joe Hill 53

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ClfO Cresf PAIDEIA Crest

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56 Committees formed with student comfort and welfare in mind . Recreational ... donees, formals, turnabouts, stereo ... Cultural ... art exhibits ... music ... Meet the Author . Functional ... liaison between students and committees . personnel interviews .. posters ... events calendar ... an attempt to balance and supplement academic life with social activity

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Phyllis Marshall Program Adv i sor Duane lalce, Director "The Importance ol Being Earnest''

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Pool Tournament Meet the Author Jose Iglesias Jazz and Poetry, Susie French 58

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ACU Conference, The Four Preps The Uni versity Center ... Kaleidescope of activities ... famous names to supplement an encompassing program . Riverfront property shaped ... transformed ... campouts ... bonfires ... picnics building tomorrow's university traditions Awards Banquet, Tish Goble Steve Noll, T i sh Gable, Ken ny Rawlings Ann Francis 59

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''We the students" . declare and promise . campaign posters ... defy dork horses ... bare feet in thong sandals ... Chinsegut, meetings, and policies ... cyclic events from year to year . as student leaders perpetuate principles of government. Roscoe Davidson, President Myrle Grote, Vice president Jim Cogan, Treasurer Mary Taylor, Secretory Campaign rally, 1963 ... Fred Frey, lee lombordio, Lorry Pendarvis, Louis Chalifoux, Tal Bray 61

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ARGOS RESIDENCE COUNCIL 62 Self-government of resident students ... with leadership of Jim Breslin .. excitement in programming Argos .. . . Catacombs hootenannies .. ... Street dances ... to tapping feet and beating bongos. Cultural stimuli . and energy-releasing sports activities ... all co-ordinated to a master plan for successful group environment.

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Jennings Campbell, President Joe Ellcins, Corry Woodward, Vilce Xides, Gail Stephens RELIGIOUS COUNCIL Youth ... prayerful in contemplation of the mysteries of the infinite ... dedicated to representation of faith and commitment. Youth ... active in worship and guidance of university religious life .. reconciling the intellectual and the spiritual ... in a trend of hope wrought by communion with man and God. 63

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GOLD KEY Jim Klopps, Deon Edwin Martin, Dr. Jerome Krivonelc Success in scholarship ... bound by a fellowship of academic excellence ... Jim Klapps, first president of the university's first houorary ... maintaining a spirit of reward in achievement . teas for honor students ... initiation banquet focusing scholarship on service . assistance ot registration ... marshals at Commencement ... a blending of Greek aspirations and twentieth century enlightment.

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1.e. Brelcekelrex Koox Koox .. ,i.e ... that is ... what is .. is creativity .. USF's literary magazine ... . published in pastiche ... in poetry ... shadows ... substance and transubstance ... eclectic ... esoteric ... capturing mind in mood. Editorial staH: Marie Walter, Jim Hackney, Charles Powell, Bob Ashlord, Ralph Tindell Bob Ashlord, Editor 65

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A student newspaper in conjunction with the ''Tampa Times" ... a mid-week rush for news ... reporting, commenting ... headlining facts ... "Grebstein's Case under Consideration by Faculty" Monday's presses ... rolling, printing ... creating a verbal picture of our college world. John GulleH, News Editor Kay Keating, Feature Editor Ecliloriol Stoff: Joclcie Montes, Kathy MoneHo, Donny Valdes, John GulleH, Richard Oppel, Pot Costiones 66

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CAMPUS EDITION Donny Valdes, Copy Editor Gory Rogan, Photographer Albert T. Scroggins, Advisor Richard Oppel, StaH Writer Michael Foerster, Editor

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68 AEGEAN A dream . materializing into the printed page ... the challenge of capturing the spirit of collegiate invention . the bonds of unformed tradition ... created over coffee at twelve ... tension between the clashing forces of time and idea . resolved in the rewards of creativeness ... schedules, deadlines . photography fiascos . the frantic pace of December ... of a staff united in the excitement of design ... in the ecstasy of achievement Frances Freeman Edi tor Bobby Bennett Coeditor Lurlene Co-editor

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Sam Nuccio ... Act i vities Editor Kathy Manella .... Academics Editor Kathy Guyer ... Fraternities Editor Marie Maleor ... Graduates Editor Stoff: Gene Whitney Sue Smalley loen Arrington Lynne T oylor, Barbaro Warren, Margaret Turney Sherry Hardman Faith Brabenec Assistants: Michael Foerster Ted Gose Terry Kurima Sandy Ratcliffe Noelie Rodr iguez Colman Rutlcin Sarah Wright Chief Photographer: Gory Ragon Advisor: Albert Scroggins 69

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THEATRE 70 Alex Panos, Diona Bellomy . Tile Imaginary Invalid, 63; Lura ligget, Don Dougherty ... J.B., '62; Jim Woocloll . J.B., '62

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l Terry Tessem ... J B '62 Animation ... liv i ng emotion on stage ... a four year production history ... a ctin g professionals working with amateurs ... creating a vivid reputation of mutability ... i n desi gn . in technique . in performance. Topnotch standards ... strenuous rehearsals ... talent ... and directors and studen ts with imagi native insight ... 71

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Pygmalion . Ed Thompson, Holly Gwinn, Mi/ce Kelly Androcles and tlte lion ... J i m Judy, Robert Goodbread 1963 .. the summer Shaw Festival and fall's presentation of The Chinese Wall ... representing development of contemporary drama ... spanning the twentieth century. 72 Misalliance ... Helen Davis, AI Sanders, Diona Bellomy

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Richard Young ... A Trumpet Calling, '61 Young Abel Plenn ... the playwright Young, Lindo North 74

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J.B., rehearsal, '62 Joan PoHer, Gerard Wagner ... Streetcar Named Desire, '63 AI Sanders ... Second Slteplterd's Play, '62 75

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MUSIC Sound ... generating intensity joy .. rich personal involvement. Armin Watkins ... his cradled violin ... sensitivity in mood, in professional dedication. Orchestral mastery .. under Preodor's baton Edward Preodor, Jacques Abram University-Community Chorus, Orchestra ... Christmas concert, '63 n

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University Concert Band ... Gale Sperry director ... from first convocation to first graduation . concerts ... at twilight ... old-fashioned, open air pavilion performances contributing melodic motivation. .. with a coplivoled audience 79

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80 Harmony in co-operation ... individually, daily rehearsals ... and in spontaneous caroling ... Director Gordon Johnson ... selectivity, attentiveness . growth of an integrated unit ...

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Jau Lab Bond ... professional appearances all over the South . promoted by student Mark Morris ... success ... from enthusiastic response ... and group achievement 81

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VISUAL ARTS Art Education ... Charles Fager Roger Foreman Craig Roubadoux' Little White Girl 82

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Amorphous clay ... shaped, moulded, formed . colors ... brilliant . balanced on canvas with technical skill ... sculpture created with fire from dark metal . art in every pliable media mirrored in the tastes of a searching generation. 83

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WUSF Educational radio services create a new communicative link ... offer laboratory experiences for broadcasting students . promote university events on local stations a new effort to integrate class theory with active experience. Mel Harris Mickey Laurence Pot Cosfiones, Mary Frances Dress, Nancy Lunsford, Virginia Polly 84

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WORK STUDY Trimesters on campus spent studying Alternated with trimesters on the job ... Cooperative program providing educational, sociological benefits ... Students placed in positions relative to their fields of study . Kathy Shoun ... preparation lor auignment .. applying theory to class John Cross .. Jtucly period Divers;licafion in ;ob training ... 86

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104 ' Fredrick L. Akers Judith Albers Diana Almeida Antoinette Almerico Rena Antinori Daniel Armstrong Eileen Avirett Louie Bandy Mary Bandy Donald Bassett David Bell Benjamin Bolan

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William Booth Pierre Bouverat Jack Boyd Patricia Bradley Walter Brittain Carmen Brunson Diana Bustiglio Barbara Campbell Edward Carlson Cynthia Carreno Marilyn Carson Yvonne Cherry 105

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\ Diana Delgado James Dupree Martha Dennis JoAnn Duran Gertrude Enzweiler Martin Favata Frances Felicione Sandra Fernandez Mary Dewey Barbara Ellison Jacqueline Diaz Jane Eno 107

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Kathryn Hancock Herbert Hibbitts John Gullett Mary Hair Eunice Hambleton Peter Hammond Sandra Harkness Andree Holland Gerald Hefley Harold Holton Frederick Helwig Sue Hoppe 109

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110 Judy Hummel David Jenkins Sibyl Hunt Judith Jennings Kathryn Jackson Pat Johnson Marsha Jones Robert Jones David Jordan Sandra Keith James Jaros Leonard Jones

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Elizabeth Kershaw Lynda Killeen James Kingry Lucas King James Klapps Daisy Koenig Ingrid Kohler Constance Lang Dorothy Lawrence James Layton Stephen Layton William Layton llT

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I 112 John Lazzara Glenda Lentz Vonda livingston Perrie lockhart Janet lorenzo Katie lorenzo Paul lyons Susan lyons Karen MacConnel Rosemary Maurici Stephen Mazurek Anne McGee

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114 Gordon Munce Alfred Nichols John Meyers Karl Nousiainen Mary Mills Janice Mincey Martha Mitchell Sunnie Moyer James Mynatt Gerald Oberer Barbara Newsome Coralie Orihuela

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Faye Pages Diana Penalver Linda Paver David Pereda Rosemary Perzia Julian Piper Robert Pipes Mary Pippin Iris Pelaez Patricia Perry Barbara Pelt Diana Perzia 115

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Linda Salemi Dorothy Schomberg Marian Roesener Bernice Rooks Donald Rosenberger Laura Russ Robert Sanders Karen Seufert lleen Santirzo Edward Shaffer Gertrude Scales Martha Simkaitis 117

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Senior Directory .. AKERS, FREDERICK l.; December, 1963; B .. A. Anthropology; Math and Science Club; Astronomy Club; Ciub, chairman. . *ALBERS, JUDITH l.; 1963; B.A. So. cial .Sciences Education; U. C. Hospitality Committee; Paideia Fraternal Society. ALBRITTON, KAREN H.; December, 'l96J;. B.A .Jheatre" Arts. ALDERMAN, JAMES G.; Pri.or to December, JCJ63; B.A. Per. sonnel and General Administration. ALESSI, ROSALIE J.; December, 1963 / B.A. Elementary Edu cation. ALLEN, DAVID P.; August, 1963; .B.A. P()iitical gree with honors. *ALMEIDA, DiANA T.; August, 1963; B.A. Studies Education; Foreign Language Club. ALMERICO, ANTOINETTE M.; December, 1963; B.A. mentary Education; Student Florida Education Associa tion; Florida Education Association; National Educatiofl Association. ANTINORI, RENA M.; December, 1963; B,A. Elementary Education; U.C. Hospitality Committee, chairman; U.C. Fashion and Talent Committee, chairman; Council of Fra ternal Societies, secretary; Tri S.I.S. Fraternal Society; Florida Education Association, secretary; U.C. Program Council, vice president; Region IV Association of College Unions, treasurer. "'' ARGO, DERRILL A.; to September, 1963; B.A. Mar: keting. :' ARMSTRONG, DANIEL W.; December / f963; B :A: Social Education/ Christian Life' Fellowship, president. *AVIRETT, ESTHER E.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Edu cation; National Education Florida Educa tion Association; Residence Council; Fides Fraternal Society. BANDY, LOUIE A.; December, 1963; B.A. Marketing; Busi ness Club; president; American Marketing Association.' r *BANDY, MARY J.; December 1963; B.A : History: . BARFOOT, JAMES l.; Prior to' Septem!>er, 1963; B.A ciology. , . .'. ., BARNES, MADELYN W:; Prior to September;' 1963; B. A. English/Speech-Education. . BASS, CHARLES Prior to September, 1963;. B.A. English. *BASSETT, DONALD J;.; December, .. 1963; B.A. Hi.story; .. .gree with honors. ; .: BATELL, GERALDINE H.; Prior to September, 1963; Elementary'_ Education. r; .. .. . . BA ESTHER l.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. So. cial Studies-Education. . BAUCOM, BETTY. H.; Prior, to l963;: mentary Education. ,. ( .-,. BELL, DAVID M.; .. A.ugust, 1963; B.A. Marketing; Busjness Administration .club, President. ., ;.:. BERNO, WILLIAM A.; Prior to Septe!llber, 1963; B.A. English. BOLAN, BENJAMIN 0.; Prior to September, 1963;, B.A. ,. Divisional Social Studies; Degree hortors; BONNER, AVON A; Prior to September, 1963;. B.A History. BOOTH, WILLIAM H.; December, 1963; B.A. SoCial StudiesEducation. . .. .1 !:7;, ._> '! BORRELL, ROBERT R.; Prior to September, i 963; B.A. Psy-. C:hology; Degree with honors. : ,.; BOUVERAT, PIERRE R.; December, 1963; B.A. Art; Botega Art Club, president; Student Art Council. BOYD, JACK H., JR.; April, 1963; B,.A. Marketing; Orienta tion Group, president; President's Council; Business Ad. ministration Club, secretary; introductory Committee for Business Opportunities Conference, chairman. *BRADLEY, PATRICIA S.; December 1963; B:A. Chemistry, Siges Fraternal Society. :.. t . BRITTAiN, WALTER E.; December, ?63; B.A. Marketing. BROOKS, GRADY E.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. Social Science-Education. ' : *BRUNSON, CARMEN R.;, August, 1963; Education. :' : : .... 't. BUSCIGLIO, DIJ\NA F.; December, ;1963'; B.A. Elementary Education; St(Jdent Florida Ed11cation Association. CAMPBELL, BARBARA H.'; Del=e1J1ber, 1963; ).A . Elementary Education; Gold Key Honor SoCiety. CARLSON, E.DWARD '1D., JR.; April, 1963; B.A. Polftical Science!, "Campus Ed1t1on" staff; Young Republicans Club; "Ami cus Curiae". CARRENO, CYNTHIA C.; December 1963) B.A. Education; Tri S.I.S. Fraternal Society. *CARSON, MARILYN M.; December, 1963;B.A. EngliSh} Speech-Education; Gold Key Honor Society. CARTER, SHARON l.; Prior to September, J963; B.A. .. chology. ' *CASAGRANDE, JEAN; August, 1963; B.A. French; Gold Key .Honor Society; Foreign Club(Fine Arts Stu, dent Council; University 'Chorus. :. CASAGRANDE, JUA.NITA 1963; B.A. Gold Key Honor Society; le CerCie Francais. : CASE, MILDRED B.; Prior to September, 1963; B.1.' Education; Degree with honors: ' CHEEK, JOANNE i<.; Prior'.t9 B.A. Ele-mentary Educati9n. , *CHERRY ; YVONNE B.; 1963; B.A . Le Ce r cle Francais; U.C. Music Committee; .Fides Fraternpl Society; University Choir. . ' CHRISTIE, E.; BA Bus-iness Administration Clyb,, t._; ,, : ') . CIANCA, MARC A.; Prior to. September, 1963; B.A. CLONINGER, JUDY P;; Economics; : ness CluJ:, Gold Key .. H onor Society. .. ,, COHRS, JANET H.; December, 1963; B.A. E:lementary Edy cation; Student Florida. Educ(]tion Ass.ociation. r. : C()HRS,. JOANNE R,; 1 ?63; B.A. Education; Studerit Florida Educ;ation Assoc.iation. COLEM._J,\N, MARIAN C.; B.A. Elementary Ed.ucati.on. .1 .,: ;;" . ,.1 ; . ;. : COLLINS, LiLLIAN C.; December;c f963; B.A: English. CONNALLY;( VIRGINIA V,1 .to September/>1963; B.A. Elementary Education. , CONNELL, ROBERT D.; A:pril, 1963; B.A. SociaL .Sciences Education; U.C.,,,_Program Council; president; U.C: .Per sono'el Committee,. c;hairmon; 'Catholic: Student Organization . 'i--)1 ._, \ tr Jvb.: :cr. t-1 .. :. > .. CONNER, SHARON D.; April;, 1963; .B.A. Elementary Edu-cation. .r ., .;<. :. ; ,, ,;;. CRESSLER, THOMAS :E.; II; Prior to September, 1963; ,B..A. Personnel and General Administration. :. ;: l 129 ',J ,j

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l I *CUTLER, ROSELINE A.; December, 1963; B.A. Social Sciences-Education. DALEY, KATHRYN C.; December, 1963; B .A. English. DAVIS, PAULINE P.; April, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education. *DAVIS, TOMMY E., Ill; April, 1963; B.A. Mathematics; Math and Science Club. DEE, MELODY H.; Decem ber, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education; Gold Key Honor Society. DEFRANCO, NELLIE H.; De'cember, 1963; B.A. Art-Education. *DELGADO, DIANA Y.; December, 1963; B.A. Spanish; Tri S.I.S. Fraternal Society. DENNIS, MARTHA A.; December, 1963; B.A. Sociology; Fides Fraternal Society; Resident Assistant; U.C. Dance Instructor; Westminster Fellowship; University Chorus; Intramural Sports; Residence Council. DEWEY, MARY C.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. English / Speech-Education. DIAZ, HILDA; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. Psychology. DIAZ, JACQUELINE B.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education; Paideia Fraternal Society; U.C. Dance Com mittee, chairman; Gold Key Honor Society; Student Florida Education Association. DOHERTY, JOHN S.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. Eco nomics. DUDICK, RONALD D.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. Psychology. DUNN, HELEN T.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education. DUPREE, JAMES l.; August, 1963; B.A. Elementary Educa tion; National Education Association; Florida Association. *DURAN, JOANN l.; 1963; B.A. Elementary Edu-cation. ElliSON, BARBARA E.; December, 1963; B.A. Art; U.C. Dance Committee; Westminster Fellowship; Delphi Fra ternal Society; Peninsular Players. ENO, JANE N.; Aprii, 1963; B.A. History; Degree with honors ENZWEILER, GERTRUDE Z.; December, 1962; B.A. English Education; Biology Club; Geology Club; Speech Club; Intramural Speech Tournament. FAVATA, MARILYN Prior to September, 1963; B.A. Ele-mentary Education: *FAVATA, MARTIN J.; August, 1963; B.A. Spanisl); Foreign Language Club, president, vice-president; Epelta Fra ternal Society, secretary; Catholic Student Organization; Council of Fraternal Societies; Legislative Representative; Young Democrats Club. FELICIONE, FRANCES R.; December, 1962; B.A. Elementary Education; Interim Steering Committee; Paideia Fraternal Society. FERNANDEZ; SANDRA E.; August, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education; Student Florida Education Association. FERNANDEZ, VIVIAN P.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education. FERRIS, ROBERT D.; December, 1963; B.A. Accounting; Senior Accounting Organization, president; Business Ad ministration Club; lntramurals. FOLSE, MARY N.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. English Education. *FRANZ, LYNDA S .; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Edu cation; Siges Fraternal Society, president,' historian; Stu dent Florida Education Association; Florida Education Association; National Education Association. FRAZE, CAROLYN K.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. Ele mentary Education. GANDY, PATRICK D.; Prior to September; 1963; B.A. English. 130 GARCIA, ANDREW W.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. Physics. GASKIN, JANICE J.; August, 1963; B .A. Language Arts Education. GEIGER WILLIAM H ; December, 1963; B.A. Marketing; Administration Club, vice-president. GEORGIADIS, OLGA C.; December, 1963; B.A. French; Gold Key Honor Society; Athenaeum, honorary; Le Cercle Francais; Russian Club; Degree With honors. GERMAINE, JOAN E.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. En glish /Spanish-Education; Degree with honors. GIGLIO, ROSEMARIE l.; April, B.A. Elementary Edu cation; Tri S.I.S. Fraternal Society. GLOVER, VALLES.; December, 1963; B.A. English-Education *GODDARD, CATHERINE B ; December, 1963; B.A. Elemen tary Education; Fides Fraternal Soci.ety; Christian Science Organization; U.C. Cultural Comm1ttee. GRAHAM, GLENDA S.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education; Tri S.I.S. Fraternal Society; Student Florida Education Association; Florida Education Association; Na tional Education Association GRANDA, G. DENNIS; December, 1963; B A Economics; KIO Fraternal Society, president; Student Association senator; U.C. Hospitality Committee; Pre-law Club; Busi ness Leaders Organization. GRAY, JOSEPH D.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. English, Psychology. GRUNICKE, INGRID 1.; December, 1963; Sociology. GULLETT, JOHN E ; December, 1963; B.A. Social Sciences; "Campus Edition", news editor, managing editor copy editor; lntramurals; Press Club; Recreation Tournament. HAIR, MARY 0.; April, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education HALL, PAUL J.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. English/ Speech-Education. HAMBLETON, EUNICE N ; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education. HAMMOND, PETER G.; December, 1963; B.A. History; Resi dent Assistant; Religious Council; Westminster Fellow ship, president; Young Republicans Club, vice-president; Racket Club; lntramurals. *HANCOCK, KATHRYN D.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education; Student Florida Education Association; Siges Fraternal Society. HANSEN, MARGARET W.; Prior to September, 1963; B .A. Elementary Education. HANSON, MADELINE E.; December, 1963; B A English/ Spanish-Education; Degree with honors. HARKNESS, JUDITH l.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education. *HARKNESS, SANDRA M ; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education; Tri S.I.S. Fraternal Society; Student Florida Education Association ; Florida Education Association; National Education Association; Student Associat i on re cording secretary. HEFLEY, GERALD l.; August, 1963; B.A. Mathematics; USF Veterans Club, president; Gold Key Honor Society; Catholic Student Organization, Resident Assistant. HELWIG, FREDERICK W.; December, 1963; B.A. Economics; Gold Key Honor Society; Business Administration Club HIBBITTS, HERBERT W.; December, 1963; B.A. Physics; De-gree with honors. *HILL, VIRGINIA M ; April 1963; B.A. Elementary Education; Student Florida Education Association; "Campus Edi-: tion" staff. HOBSON, EARLENE D.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education. HODGE, ROYCE C.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. Psy chology.

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* HOLLAND, MERLE A.; December, 1963; B.A. Psychology; Gold Key Honor Society; Psychology Club; Players HOLLIDAY, DANIEL D ; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. So cial Sciences-Education. *HOLTON, HAROLD G.; August, 1963; B.A. Marketing; Busi ness Administration Club HOPPE, SUE E.; December 1963; B A. Elementary Educa tion; Student Florida Education Association. HUMMEL, JUDY H.; December, 1963 ; B.A. Elementary Edu cation; Baptist Student Union; Student Florida Educa tion Association. HUNT, SIBYL R .; December 1963; B .A. English; Gold Key Honor Society; Athenaeum, women's honorary; Resident Assistant ; Baptist Student Uni on; Christian Life Fellow ship, secretary; Degree with honors HURST, GLENDA J.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. Biology / Chern i stry-Education. JACKSON, KATHRYN A.; December, 1963; B.A. English; USF Literary Club; Resident Assistant. JAROS, JAMES A.; December, 1963; B.A. Social Sciences Educat i on; National Education Association; Degree w i th honors JAWORSKI, RICHARD R.; Prior to September, 1963 ; B.A. English-Education. *JENKINS, DAVID M.; December 1963; B A Geology; Judo Club; Archery Club, president; lntramurals. *JENNINGS, JUDITH S ; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education ; Tri S.I.S. Fraternal Society, president JOHNSON, DUDLEY D.; Prior to September, 1963; B A Political Science. JOHNSON, PATRICIA A ; Prior to September, 1963; B .A. Physicial Education Education. *JONES, LEONARD R.; August, 1963; B.A. Political Science; Alumni Association; Young Democrats Club, treasurer; Legislativ e Representative ; USF Foundation; Pre-law Club JONES, MARSHA G.; December, 1963; B.A. Business Ad ministrat i on Education ; Fides Fraternal Society pres i dent, vice-president; U .C. Hosp i tality Committee; Residence Council; Council of Fraternal Societies JONES, ROBERT M.; December, 1963; B.A. Political Scien c e; Young Democrats Club; Weight Lifting Club. JONES, WILLIAM H.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. Ac counting. JORDAN, DAVID C.; August 1963; B.A. Social Sciences Education; Student Association senator; Resident Assist ant; Young Republicans Club, president; Fraternal Society; USF Leadersh i p Conference. JORDAN, VIRGINIA P.; Prior to September 1963; B.A. Ele mentary Education. KAPLAN, JERRY l.; Prior"to September, 1963; B .A. English. KEEGAN, JANE R.; Prior to September, 1963 ; B .A. English/ Speech Education. KEITH, SANDRA D.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Edu cation ; Chorus; U.C. Recreation Committee ; Tri S.I.S. Fraternal Society. KENNEDY, CARLA G.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. So ciology *KERSHAW, ELIZABETH A.; 1963; B.A. Art-Edu cation ; F i ne Arts Council ; Botega Arts and Exhibitions Committ e e KILLEEN, LYNDA T ; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. Busi ness Administration Education. KILMER, DONALD G.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. Lan guage Arts-Education. KING, LUCAS B .; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education. *KINGRY, JAMES H.; December, 1963; B.A. Political Science; Enotas Fraternal Society; Student Association senator; Legislative Representative; Scuba Club. KLAPPS, JAMES P.; December 1963; B.A. Economics; Gold Key Honor Society, president; Arete Fraternal Society, vice-president; University Band; Student Association sen ator; Pre-law Club ; Interim Steering Committee; Student Association; Jazz Lab Band; Debate Team ; Student Arts Council. KOENIG, DAISY l.; December 1963; B.A. Ar t KOHLER, INGRID l.; December, 1963; B.A. Psychology; Gold Key Honor Society; Athenaeum, women's honorary; Degree with honors LAKE, BENJAMIN H., JR.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. Speech. LANG, CONSTANCE J.; December, 1963; B .A. Elementary Education; Gold Key Honor Society. LAWRENCE, DOROTHY B.; April, 1963; B A. Elementary Education. *LAYTON, JAMES F .; Dec ember 1963; B A Social Sciences / I H i story -Educ ation ; KIO Fraternal s ociety, recording sec retary ; Westminster Fellowship ; Young Republ i cans Club. LAYTON, STEPHEN M.; December 1963; Accounting; Senior Accountants Club; Business Administration Club. *LAYTON, WILLIAM F ; December 1963; B.A. History; KIO Fraternal Society, corresponding secretary; Young Re publicans Club ; Young Democrats Club; Westminster Fel lowship. LAZZARA, JOHN P ; December 1963; B .A. French ; Le Cercle Francais, president; Foreign Language Club; Gold Key Honor Society LENNARD, EARL J.; Prior to September, 1963 ; B.A. Social Sciences-Education LENTZ, GLENDA F.; Apr il, 1963; B.A . Elementary Education. LIVINGSTON; VONDA B.; April, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education. *LOCKHART, PERRIE M .; December, 1963; B .A. Social Sciences-Education ; Ethelontes Fraternal Society . LONGO, ROSE M.; Prior t o September, 1963; B A. Elemen-tary Education. LORENZO, JANET B.; December, 1963; B A. English-Edu cation; Siges Fraternal Society, vice-president ; "Campus Editi on" staff; Florida Educat i on Association. *LORENZO, KATIE B ; December 1963 ; B.A. Edu cati on. LORRIER, JUDITH T .; Prior to 1963; B.A. En glish-Education; Degree with honors. LUCAS, PATRICIA C.; Prior to. September, 1963; B.A. His tory; Degree with honors. *LYONS, PAUL R .; December 1963; B.A. Psychology. LYONS, SUSAN J ; December 1963; B.A. Ed_ ucation ; Student Florida Education Associat i on. MACCONNEL, KAREN C.; August, 1963; B.A. Psychology, Zoology. MCCORMJCK, WILLIAM A.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. MCGREGOR, DONALD C.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. Social Sciences Education. MCPHERSON, DUDLEY. C., JR.; Prior to September, 1963; B .A. Social Sciences-Education MACON, BERNICE C .; Prior to September, 1963; B .A. Ele-. mentary Education. MAURICI, ROSEMARY; December 1963; B.A. Elementary Education; Student National Education Association; Siges Fraternal Society; Wesley Fellowship; Foreign Language Club. *MAZUREK, STEPHEN J.; December 1963; B.A. Social Sciences-Education 131

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*MEISSNER, PAUl A., JR.; August, 1963; B.A. History; "Campus Edition" staff; Degree with honors ... *MENDEZ, ElAINE M.; August, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education; Tri S.I.S. Fraternal Society. *MENDOZA, MANUEl G.; August, 1963; B.A. History; Gold Key Honor Society; Young Democrats Club; Alumni Asso ciation; USF Foundation; Woodrow Wilson Fellowship; Degree with honors. MERRIETT, SHIRlEY H.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education; Siges Fraternal Society; Student Florida EduMERRITT, KATHERINE. J.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education; Student Florida Education Association; De-gree with honors. *MESSINA, MARilYN F.; June, 1963; B.A. Elementary Edu cation; Student Florida Education Association; Student National Education Association. *MEYER, GEORGE F.; JR.; December, 1963i B.A. Account ing; Senior Accounting Organization. MEYER,' JEANNE A.; December, 1963; B.A. English/ Journ alism-Education; Civic Unit representative: MEYER, MARY H.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education. ... MEYERS, JOHN M.; 1963; B.A. Psychology. _MEYERS, MARY G.; December, 1963; B.A. Sociology. MEYERS, WilliAM H.; December, 1963; B.A. Politico I Science. MICEli, JOSEPHINE M.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education. MIDDlEBROOKS, WilliAM E.; December, 1963; B.A. Fin ance; Business Administration Club. *MillER, WilliAM E.; December, 1963; B.A. Accounting. *MillS, MARY A.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Edu cation; Tri S.I.S. Fraternal Society; Student Florida Edu cation Association. JANICE; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Edu cation; Gold Key Honor Society; Civinettes; Student Florida Education Association; Degree with honors. GORDON M.; December, 1963; B.A: Accounting; Semor Accountants Organization. MURFEE, MARY C.; December, 1963; B.A. Physical Educa tion-Ed.ucation. MURPHY, BETTY R.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education. . MYNATT, JAMES R., JR.; December, 1963; B.A. Marketing; Business leaders Club. A.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Educat1o.n; S1ges Fraternc:'l Society, chaplain; Baptist StuUn1on; Student Flonda Education Association, pres . *NICHOlS, AlFRED G.; December, 1963; B.A. Political Science. KARl. H.; December, 1963; B.A. Social Sc1ences-Education, Political Science; University Band KIO Fraternal Society; Young Democrats Club. OBERER, GERAlD T.; December, 1963; B.A. Personnel and General Administration; Business Administration Club Catholic Student Organization. .. O'KEllEY, THOMAS. A.; December, 1963; B.A. English. EVElYN l.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education. CORAl_IA E.; 1963; B.A. Elementary E.ducatlon; Fore1gn ldnguage Club; Siges Fraternal SoCiety. .: PAGES, FAYE; Augustt 1963; B.A. Elementary JIMMIE W.; December: 1963; B.A. Elementary Edu cation; Student Florida Education Association. PARRISH, SUE M.; December, 1963; B.A. English/Spanish132 Education; Athenaeum, women's honorary; Degree honors. PARTRIDGE, ElEANOR G.; December, 1963; B.A. Elemen tary Education. PATTON, BERNICE E.; December, 1962; B.A. Elementary Education. PAVER, liNDA E.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Edu cation; Fides Fraternal Society; Student National Edu cation Association. PAYNE, MARilYN K.; December, 1963; B.A. Music-Education. *PElAEZ, IRIS J.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Educa tion; Siges Fraternal Society; Foreign language Club Botega Art Club. PElT, BARBARA A.; April, 1963; B.A. Social Sciences-Edu cation; Peninsular Players; Judo Club; legislative Re presentative; United Campus Christian Fellowship. PENAl VER, DIANA J.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education; Tri S.I.S., secretary, historian; Student Flor ida Education Association. PEREDA, DAVID M.; December, 1963; B.A. English, Mathe matics; Botega Art Club; Aquatics Club; Fencing Club; literary Club; Basketball lntramurals. *PERRY, PATRICIA A.; December, 1963; B.A. Psychology. PERZIA, DIANA J.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Edu cation. PERZIA, NORMA A.; December, 1963; B.A. Social Sciences Education. PERZIA, ROSE M.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Edu-cation. PIPER, JUliAN M.; August, 1963; B.A. Political Science; Alumni Association, chairman; Young Democrats Club, president; "Amicus Curiae", president; Jewish Student Union, president; Gold Key Honor Society; legislative Representative; USF Foundation. PIPES, ROBERT l.; December, 1963; B.A. Psychology. PIPPIN, MARY H.; December, 1963; B.A. Music-Education; University Chorus; Music Educators National Convention. PlOTT, PATRICIA l.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Edu cation; Baptist Student Union, president; Siges Frater nal Society. POE, RAlPH J.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. Social Sciences. PREODOR, WING S.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. Eng lish; "Campus Edition", editor. PRINCE, JACQUElYN G.; December, 1963; B.A. Geography. PROVENZANO, CElESTE A.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education. PUPEllO, PATRICIA A.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education. PURVIS, SYlVIA E.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. Ele mentary Education. PYA:rr, CAROLYN D.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. So ciology; Degree with honors. RAGANS, JOANNE C.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education; Student Florida Education Association. RAHN, RICHARD W.; April, 1963; B.A. Economics; Busi ness Administration Club, president, treasurer. REDDICK, NANCY l.; December, 1963; B.A. Social Sciences Education. RUTH B.; April, 1963; B.A. Elementary Educa t1on; Student Florida Education Association. RHEINISH, ROBERT K.; December, 1963; B.A. History. RICHARDSON, SAMUEl R.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. Accounting. RIESGO, YILMA M.; December, 1963; B.A. Spanish/French Education; Drama Club; "Campus Edition" staff; Tri S.I.S. Fraternal Society.

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RIGBY, VIRGINIA H.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. Ele mentary Education. ROBERTS, MARY l.; December, 196; B.A. English/Speech Education; Siges Fraternal Society. ROBERTSON, HELEN J.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education; -Siges Fraternal Society; Student Florida Edu cation Association. ROCKER, MARILYN H.; December, 1963; B.A. Art. *RODRIGUEZ, ELSIE J.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education; Siges Fraternal Society; Foreign Language Club; Student Florida Education Association. RODRIGUEZ, NORMA C.; December, 1963; B.A. Art-Edu cation; Botega Art Club, president; USF Projection Club; Speech Association; Student Art Council. ROE, CHARLENE K.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Edu cation. ROESENER, MARIAN P.; December, 1963; B.A. Psychology. ROOKS, BERNICE C.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education. ROSENBERGER, DONALD E.; April, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education; Student Florida Education Association. ROSENKRANZ, JUDITH 0.; August, 1963; B.A. History. *RUSS, LAURA N.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Edu cation; Siges Fraternal Society; Student Florida Educa tion Association. SALEMI, BETTY J.; December, 1963; B.A. Social Sciences Education. *SALEMI, LINDA J.; August, 1963; B.A. Elementary Educa tion; Paideia Fraternal Society. SAMMONS, FRANK E.; December, 1963; B.A. Social Sciences-Education. SANDERS, JANET D.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. Ele mentary Education. SANDERS, ROBERT l.; August, 1963; B.A. Marketing; Busi ness Administration Club, vice-president. SANTIAGO, MARILYN B.; December, 1963; B.A. Spanish Education. SANTIRZO, ILEEN 0.; December, 1963; B.A. Spanish-Edu cation; Foreign Language Club; Catholic Student Organ ization, treasurer; Bowling League; Archery Club. SCALES, GERTRUDE Y.; April, 1963; B.A. Language Arts Education. SCHAMBERG, DOROTHY G.; April, 1963; B.A. Language Arts-Education. SCOTT, ROBERT W.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. Eng lish-Education. SEEBOLD, JOY M.; August, 1963; B.A. Elementary Educa tion. *SEUFERT, KAREN l.; April, 1963; B.A. History. SHADGETT, DELL W.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. Ele mentary Education. *SHAFFER, EDWARD 0.; December, 1963; B.A. Social Sciences-Education, History; KIO Fraternal Society; West minster Fellowship; Chinsegut representative. SIEGEL, MARIA S.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. Elemen tary Education; Degree with honors. SIEMINSKI, JENNIFER C.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education. SIMKAITIS, MARTHA E.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education. SIMMONS, CAROL P.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education; Student Florida Education Association, social chairman; Russian Club; Scuba Club, secretary. SIMON, JOHN K.; December, 1963; B.A. History; Degree with honors. SKELLEY, GERALD U.; December, 1963; B.A. Marketing; Business Administration Club, president, vice-president; Gold Key Honor SocietY. SMITH, ALICE H.; August, 1963; B.A . Elementary Educa tion; Resident Instructor. *SMITH, MILDRED E.; December, 1963; B.A. English/Speech Education; Speech Association; Peninsular Players; Read ers Theatre; Theatre Workshop; Student Florida' Educa tion Association; National Education Association. SOUDERS, DORIS S.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. Social Sciences-Education; Degree with honors. SPRINGFIELD, WENDELL l.; December, 1963; B.A. Person nel and General Administration; Business Administration. STACKHOUSE, CHARLENE H.; December, 1963; B.A. Ele mentary Education; Community Chorus; Student Florida _Education Association. STALNAKER, LEO, JR.; Prior to September, 1963; ,B.A. His-tory; Degree with honors. STEED, JOSEPH B.; December, 1963; B.A. Marketing; Busi. ness Leaders Club. STEEN, SALLY W.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. Psycho logy; Degree with honors. STEGER, WILLIAM F.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. Mathe matics-Education; Degree with honors. *STEPHENS, CLAUDIA W.; December, 1963; B.A. Business Administration-Education. *STEWART, LOUISE M.; August, 1963; B.A. English; "Cam pus Edition," editor, activities editor; Student Associa tion Executive Council; Auxiliary Services Committee;_IJSF Foundation; lntramurals; Student Florida Education As sociation; Speech Association; Publications Council; De bate Team, secretary; Chinsegut representative; "Pipeline," copy editor. STOCKDALE, CAROLYN l.; December, 1963; B.A. English/ Spanish-Education; Student Florida Education Associa tion. STOCKWELL,JAMES J.; December, 1963; B.A. Socia I Sciences-Education. STRATTON, JOSEPH P., Ill; December, 1963; B.A. Person nel and General Administration; Business Administra tion Club; Student Health Committee. STUART, CHARLES l.; December, 1963; B.A. Social Sciences; KIO Fraternal Society. SUAREZ, ELAINE M.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education. :r SULLENGER, WILLIAM E.; Prior to September, 1963; B.A. Social Sciences-Education. SWENDSON, FAIRAH J.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education; Delphi Fraternal Society; Wesley Foundation. TAGLIARINI, LINDA A.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education. TAMARGO, JUNIS A.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education. TAMBUZZO, MARY J.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education; Tri S.I.S. Fraternal Society; Student Florida Education Association. *TEDRICK, ROY M.; August, 1963; B.A. Economics; Business Administration Club. *TEMPLEMAN, WILLIAM J.; December, 1963; B.A. Social Sciences-Education. TERRELL, JOHN L., JR.; December, 1963; B.A. Finance. *THEODOROU, NAOMI T.; December, 1963; B.A. French Education; Le Cercle Francais; Foreign Language Club;_ Fia Fraternal Society. THOMES, SHELBY M.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education; Delphi Fraternal Society. *THOMPSON, PAUL V., JR.; December, 1963; B.A. Social Sciences-Education; UC Personnel Committee; UC Les sons Committee. 133

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THURMOND, NANCY R.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education. TINDELL, RALPH S.; December, 1963; B.A. Mathematics; "i.e." staff. TODD, SHARON C.; June, 1963; B.A. Elementary Educa tion. TURBEVILLE, JOSEPH E., JR.; December, 1963; B.A. Physics. TYNES, BETTY J.; December, 1963; English/French-Education; Fia Fraternal Society, president, vice-president, secretary. *VALDES, SARAH T.; June, 1963; B.A. Elementary Educa tion. VALENTI, FRED; December, 1963; B.A. History. VAN OSTENBERG, PAUL R.; April, 1963; B.A. Divisional Natural Scien.ces; Collegiate Civitan; Science Club. VEGA, SONYA; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Educa tion. WALLACE, ROGER l.; December, 1963; B.A. Psychology; Business Leaders Club; Psychology Club. WALTER, CORA M.; December, 1963; B.A. English; Literary Society; "i.e." staff. WALTON, JUDY H.; December, 1963; B.A. Psychology; Bridge Tournament, assistant director. WANSLEY, CLARA V.; June, 1963; B.A. Elementary Educa tion. WARNER, JUANITA H.; December, 1962; B.A. Social Sciences-Education; Degree with honors. WEEKES, JAMES E.; December, 1963; B.A. Finance. WELLS, PETER M.; December, 1963; B.A. Social Sciences Education. WHEELER, MICHAEL E.; December, 1963; B.A. Accounting; Senior Accounting;. Organization; Catholic Student Organi,zation, president, vice-president; Gold Key Honor Society, treasurer; Business Leaders Organization. *WHEELER, RICHARD D.; December, 1963; B.A. Social Sciences; Young Republicans Club; Young Americans for Freedom; Student Association, vice president. WHITE, ESTHER E.; December, 1963; B.A. Social Sciences Education; Young Democrats, secretary. 'WHITE, JOHN T.; 1963; B.A. Political Science. WHITE, NANCY B.; De cember, 1963; B.A. Economics. ' { 134 WHITMARSH, ROBERT P.; December, 1963; B.A. Elemen tary Education. WHITTIER, HERBERT L.; December, 1963; B.A. Anthropology. WILES, ARLENE W.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Edu cation. WILKES, FRANCES H.; December, 1963; B.A. English-Edu cation. WILLIAMSON, EDITH D.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education. WINCHELL, CLAIRE E.; December, 1963; B.A. Psychology, Mathematics; Resident Assistant; Student Association senator; Legislative Representative; Westminster Fellow ship; All-University Weekend steering committee; Athe naeum, women's honorary. WINGERT, HELEN M.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education. *WINTERS, RICHARD J.; December, 1963; B.A. Music-Edu cation; University Chorus; Theatre; Choral Director Ta lent Show. WOODS, PATRICIA D.; December, 1963; B.A. Biology / Chemistry-Education; Student Florida Education Asso ciation. WRIGHT, ANNE E.; December, 1963; B.A. Music-Education; Paideia Fraternal Society, historian; University Chorus; Band; Residence Council; Music Educators National Convention. YEAROUT, JANET A.; December, 1963; B.A. Social Sciences Education. YOUMANS, DOROTHY S.; December, 1963; B.A. Elemen tary Education. YOUNG, CAROL E.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Edu cation. *YOUNG, VANCINE M.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education. ZAHNER, MARILYN; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Edu cation. *ZELLER, PRISCILLA C.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education; Gold Key Honor Society; Student National Education Association. ZIEGLER, ALICE J.; December, 1963; B.A. Political Science. ZINNER, VIRGINIA H.; December, 1963; B.A. Elementary Education. Asterisk denotes charter member of the university community.