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University of South Florida yearbook. (1982)
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Twentieth Century. (1982)
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20th Century. (1982)
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9 v. : ill. ; 32 cm.
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University of South Florida
USF Faculty and University Publications
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (1963/64)-no. 9 (1972).
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Vol. for 1972 lacks enumeration.

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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page 1
    Title Page
        Page 1
    Reflections
        Page 2
        Page 3
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
        Page 9
        Page 10
        Page 11
        Page 12
        Page 13
    Events
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        Page 29
    Sports
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    Academics
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    Close
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    Seniors
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Full Text

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1981-82 20th Century Silver Anniversary Edition ersity of South Florida Tc St R eflections / 1

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2/Reflections

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-----For the past 25 years the Universi ty of South Florida has been providing an environment conducive to learning. Faculty, staff admin i strators and students have all worked to gether to make USF the unique school it i s and to support the motto, Accent on Learning. Reflections/3

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4 / Reflections

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During 25 years a great many changes have taken place. The population, both student and faculty has increased Build i ng and facilities have grown and improved Activities, inte.rests and academic pursu its have expanded In addi tion three branch campuses have been con structed in St. Petersburg Sarasota and Fort Myers to carry out the philosophies and tradi tions on which South Florida was established R eflect i ons / 5

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6 /Reflections Even t hough all these changes have occurred, some things have remained the same. Students still enjoy relaxing w it h friends and tak ing in the s i ghts and sun of the West Coast. Extra-curricular activi t ies are avail able for those who wish to participate as well as those who prefer the role of spectator O f course, classes and study ing are a l ways present no matter what the year They challenge the creati v i ty intellect and imagination of every student.

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Reflections!?

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8 /Refleclions Reflecting on the past allows a chance to review histo ry Now we must look ahead at what is to come. USF is still growing and changing Here, "progress" is an ev eryday word. South Florida was conceived and con structed in the 20th Century and South Florida will keep up with the 20th Century. We have come this far in 25 years, think what the next 25 will bring Happy Silver Anniversary USF!

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Reflect i ons / 9

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Time For Study 10/Reflections

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Ref lections /11

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12/ R eflectio n s

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Time for Play 13

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Student Life 16/Events

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Events /17

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Celebration of the Silver In honor of USF's silver anniversary, each of the nine colleges celebrated with an open house of exhibitions, demonstrations, films, and lectures. Th e month -long celebration culminated with the Student Birthday Bash. Highlights of this event included the cutting of the birth day cake and the anniversary dance 18/ Events

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OPPOSITE PAGE: TOP Paul Gonzalez hosted "The Good Old Days of Rock n Roll" w ith music and con tests on the UC mall. BO TTOM Cutting of t he 25th Anniversary Birthday Cake THIS PAGE: TOP Green and gold balloons were given away for the birthday bash celebration. BOTTOM The presen tation given by the College of Arts and Letters during the Honors Convo cation Events/19

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Where Else, but The UC, University Center, could not be more appropriately named for it is the center of univers i ty lif e at USF. Something i s always happening there, whether it is inside or outside There are weekly meetings, the flea market, crafts shop and game room available for student use. Special events are staged pri mar ily around the UC for increased input and participation The University Center Activ ities Board functions as the planner of these events with the help of the many organ i zat i ons and per sonnel employed there TOP LEFT Blood pressure i s checked at the 1982 Health Fair. BOTTOM LEFT The game room provi des relaxing ente rt ainment. TOP RIGHT The annual Oktoberfest brings a touch o f German trad iti on to USF. BOTTOM RIGHT Tapes and albums are for sal e at the flea market 20 / Events

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at the UC TOP LEFT Health Fair 1982 provided i nformation for students and staff concern ing the health field. BOTTOM LEFT Many items are off ered for sale a t the weekly flea market. TOP RIGHT The Chr i stmas Crafts Fair provided shoppers their last minute gift items. BOTIOM RIGHT Tickets to events happening in the Tampa area can be purchased at t h e i nformation desk Events/21

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Children 5 Festival Each year the College o f Edu at i on sponsors a Children s Festi va l open to the children of Hillsborough County Thi s year's fest ival entertained more than 3000 children rang ing from 2 to 14 years of age. The children participated i n activ ities designed for fun and education which i ncluded cheerleading instruction obstacle courses and arts and crafts 22/ Events

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Events /23

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OSP Presents The purpose of the Office of Student Programming is to provide entertainment for the college student. Slappy hours, films, con certs, and other events are sponsored by the OSP. ''Uptown Satur day Night" the Ball on the Mall, and the River Riot were just a few of these events TOP Dancing the night away at the Ball on the Mall. BOTTOM Catching the sun while listening to the music at the River Riot. 24 / Events

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Expo '82 This year marked the 10th anniversary of Engineering Expo. The annual event was originally started by Dolly Gooding to dimax Engineering Week This year's Expo highlighted the unusual and interesting world of engineering. Over 35 exhibitors from national and local companies displayed their innovations The exhibits ranged from computers programmed to play games to Cecil the Robot. ... -Events/25

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Greek Events The sororities and fraternities have their an nual events such as Greek Week Phi Delt Derby and Anchor Splash, but the Greek pursuits aren't always fun and games. The Greek organizations were beneficial in raising funds for the American Cancer Society and for the fight against leukemia 26 / Events

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Events /27

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YEAR 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78

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Baseball 32/ Spor t s Con fi dence and a successful fall season were two importan t factors that made th i s year the "best season ever" for the USF baseball team Coach Robin Roberts cited more speed less i n j uries and an exper i enced squad a s other cont r ibut i ng factors The Bulls had 1 1 return i ng seniors i ncluding p itch er and third baseman Randy Wilson who was named Outs t and i ng Male A t hle t e Another achievement for the Bulls was the i r record break i ng attempts in such areas as most shutouts most stolen bases and most doubl e p lays. According t o Roberts who was named Men' s Coach o f t he Year, "It's all a matter of getting into a rhythm

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BASEBALL RESULTS: USF 9 17 4 1 8 10 Sports/33

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Volleyball The 1 981-82 Brahman volleyball team had a much improved season this year. They ended with a record of 22-11-2 compared to last year s record of 13-2Q-1. Head Coach Hildred Deese worked the girls long and hard. The Brahmans have high hopes for an even better season next year. 34/ Sports

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Cross-Country The South Florida cross country team had five of last year's strong runners return They all placed on the 1980 All Conference squad, winning top berths in the Sun Bel t Conference Coach Jerry Slaven has modi fied the Bulls' train in g pro gram to include hilly terrain Slaven also made the home meets more interesting for spectators and more challeng ing for runners by redesigning the South Florida campus course to include sand, hills, dips and woods. Sports/35

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Soccer 36/ Sports

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1981 Bulls The 1981-82 Bulls were a determined and experienced squad. The nearly veteran team included seven seniors, five juniors and seven sophomores and played under the direction of head coach Dan Holcomb Coach Holcomb has been with the Bulls for 18 years and has never had a losing season. The true test for the Bulls was to better last year's record of 14-1-1 and get a bid to the NCAA tournament. Spor t s /37

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Basketbu/1 '82 38/ Sports

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The 1981-82 Bulls ended their season with a record of 17-11. The year was used for building and strengthening this young team. The Bulls started the season by capturing the Florida Four Tournament, thereby gaining national recognition in Sports Illus trated Sports /39

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Basketball Unfortunate ly, the Bulls encountered some dif ficulty when going up against outstanding teams such as the Sun Belt champ ion and CAA semi-finalist the University of A l abama-Birming ham and this yea r's Nationa l Champi on, North Carolina Though Coach lee Rose l ost such key seni ors as Willie Redden who was named ath l ete of the year, Vince Reynolds and USF all t i me leading scorer Tony Grier, he i s optimist ic con cerning the 1982-83 Bulls. 40 / Sports

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Sports /41

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Golf 42/ Sports The 1 981-82 USF goff teams fared well in season p l ay. The men were under the d i rection of Coach Bob Shriver, whi le t h e women were coached by Merry Blount. Both teams practiced and performed with spir it and ent husiasm.

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Tennis The young but t a l ented Brahman tennis team cons i sted of four veterans and eight newc omers They played under the coaching of Sherry Beding fi e l d who has been head coach at South Florida f or three seasons. This season' s sch edule i ncluded Sunshine State powers F l orida M i ami, Rollins, and Florida State Other h i ghly regarded oppo nents were orth Carolina Clemson and Pri nceton According t o Coach Bedi ngf i eld, "We had a lo t more dep t h than last season, but with a tough schedu l e we need that dep th. I th ink as the season progressed and we ma tured as a team we became a solid team. Sports / 4 3

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Softball By pract icing s i nce September getting i n shape and working on their weaknesses, the Lady Brahman softball team produced a successful season. 44/ Sports

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O f the 16 women that comprised the lineup only six players ret urned from last year s powerful squad that was ranked f i fth i n the nation Two new additions included valuab l e players from th e USF volle yball team Th e re was also a walk-on f rom St. Petersburg who surprised the coaches with her abilities According to Coach Hildred Deese "Last year we were lacking i n bench strength and speed Our f i nish in nationals last year gave us needed confidence We had to work last year despite t a l ent. This year we had added speed and more ball players who hit the ball hard One of the keys to our success this season i s that we started in September Sports /45

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Women5 Basketball 46/ Sports The lady Brahman basketball team made progress with a vastly i m proved squad The team consisted of fou:r freshmen three sophomores, one jun ior and three seniors Coach Joanne Rogers concentra ted on contro l of the boards size o f the players, and rebounding Height was a problem i n the front court with the tallest player a t 6-3. The team had better speed and ball handl in g abilities this season. They a lso have improved their controlled offense against a pressure defense S t rength of the team was at guard and forward with outs i de shoot i ng abili t ies and a totally different and im proved passing game

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Swimming The young Brahman swimmers faced the toughest schedule in the history of the team this year, according to Head Coach Bill Mann The 17 ath letes provided one of the most talent ed and hardest working squads for the 1981-82 season. Alicia McHugh received the honor of being named Outstanding Woman Athlete at USF. Freshman swimmer Alex Colvin was honored with the Outstanding Male Scholar Athlete Award but injury and illness were again problems for the men s team Their schedule included season openers against national powers. Coach Mann felt the competition was good experience for the young team. "If everybody gives me 100 percent effort, I'm pleased," said Mann. Sports / 4 7

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Alma Mater 48

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I i I 1982 Outstanding Senior Leaders Cynthia R. Espada Charles H. Hart Mitchell Katine Susan E. Lazar Virginia L. McCall Michael Minot Cheryl Mosley Barbara H. Prusse Kenneth N. Richter Cynthia Tawa Daniel L. Trueblood Emily F. Turek Faculty Honor Guard 1981-82 Paschal). Collins Bruce C. Cowell Donald R. Harkness Allan D. Kraus Michael L. Lewis Gary R. lvformino Harvey W. Nelson linus A. Scott Carlos A. Smith Barbara A. Wheeler 49

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President Brown Presiden t J ohn Lott Brown has carr ied out t he t radition of U F i n Accent on L earn i ng s i nce 1978 P r esident Brown a psycholo g ist and visua l scientist, came to USF as its th ird president. The prestigious pos i tion o f pres i dent of a state university requires a great dea l of time and dedication Honors programs the annua l graduation ceremonies speeches and of course meetings are only a part of the job. Thi nki n g p l ann i ng and conti nually improvl i ng USF' s high quality of educa ti on requ ires a person with the -----------. i ntegrity of John Lott Brown 521 Academics

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Administrators TOP LEFT Gregory O'Brien, V i ce President for Academic Affa irs. BOTIOM LEFT Daniel R Walbolt, Vice President for Student Af fairs TOP RIGHT Steven Wenzel, Vice Presi dent for Employee Relations and legal Affairs BOTTOM RIGHT Joseph Busta, V i ce President for University Relations Academics / 53

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Administrators TOP R IGHT Carl Riggs, Dean of Graduate School and Coor dinator of University Research. BOTIOM RIGHT James Heck, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Regional Campuses Affairs LEFT Albert Hartley, Vice President for Administration and Finance. 54 1 Academics

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College of Arts & Letters Culture is the keynote of the College of Arts and Letters. Eight departments fuse together to make the college: American Studies, Communication English, Foreign Languages, ities, Mass Commun ic ations, Philosophy and Religious Stud ies. Foreign language groups, the ORACLE, the 20th Century Yearbook and a language lab are also quartered in the col lege. With eighteen fields to choose from for a bachelor s degree, the college prov ides a variety of studies. ABOVE is the bu ildin g named the Russell Cooper Building in h onor of the late Dean. LEFT Dean james Strange. A cad mics/55

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College of Business Administration Chester H Ferguson Hall, alias the Business Admin i s t ra ti on Build i ng is for the most part under g r ound The unique construction proved t o be energy effic i ent as well as a topi c o f inter est statewide The college con cen t rates on areas such as Account in g Economics F i nan c e General Business, Management and Market i ng Housed w it hin the College are professional and honor ary socie ties whic h enable studen t s to develop both profess i onal and soc ially. TOP RIGHT Dean Robert G Cox 561 Academics

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College of Education Education of tomorrow's educators is the emphasis p laced on each student. By learning what is relevant today and getting deeply involved in their own educat i onal process students are made responsible for their own l earn ing. umerous educational societies and associations exist for student membership. Saturdays are filled with classes for exceptional students which are taught by USF students The college offers 25 fields from which to select a degree ABOVE LEFT Dean William Katzenmeyer A ca demics /57

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College of Engineering With the future of technological and societal developments ever present, the College of Engineering stresses a strong engineering foundation designed to equip the prospective engineer with a broad base of fundamentals. The college emphasizes three broad aspects of engineering activity design, research and the operation of complex technological systems. The Engineering Expo, an annual event, provides displays and exhibitions for the public. BELOW Dean Glenn Burdick. 58/ Academics

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College of Fine Arts The Co Uege of Fine Arts provides stu dents an opportunity to utiliz e and enrich crea ti ve tal ents It offers stu dents a broad selection of courses and degree programs within the de partments of Art, Dance Mus i c and Theatre Many students become i n volved in the Fine Arts Events pro gram which f eatures a var i ety of local talent, offers exhibitions and shows films. Faculty and student produdions are performed each semester f or t he public. TOP LEFT Dean Harrison Cov i ngton Academics/59

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College of Natural Sciences The College of atural Sci ences trains students in logical analysis and the modes of exper i mentation to better understand the nature of man and his relationship to the un i verse The co ll ege off ers programs in Bio l ogy, Microbiology Zool ogy Botany, Chem i stry B i ochem is t ry, Mar i ne Science, Math, Premedicine, Physics and Ge ology The co ll ege has a planetar i um a botanica l garden, and a comstar satellite. TOP RIGHT Dean James Ray, Jr. 60 1 Acackmics

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I College of Nursing The College of Nursing is committed to the improvement of nursing and health care services through educa tion programs, community serv ic e and rel ated research activities The program provides two curricula, one for generic students and another for registered nurses who are graduates of diploma or associate degree nurs ing programs. The practive of profes sional nurs i ng i nvolves problem solv ing and decis i on making based on knowledge from the humanities, nat ura l and behav i ora l sciences. TOP LEFT Dean Gwendoline MacDonald Academi
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College of Medicine What does it take to be a medical student? Integrity, good character, genera l f itness, a minimum three years of c ollege and passing the Medical College Admissions Test, as well as motivat i on and dedication The students in the College of Medicine are continuously striving to upgrade health care standards in the community and an integral pa rt of university life Relevance to medicine i s emphas i zed in all areas of instruct i on in a way recognizable and understanda ble to the student. The curr i culum also provides a close and on -going experience for the student in the day-to-day health care delivery system. NOT PICTURED Dean Andor Szenti vany i 62/ Academics

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College of Social and Behavioral Sciences The College of Social and Behav i oral Sciences provides a choice of fifteen fields of study These encompass the study of development behavior, problems and institutions of human beings Students are also given a chance to react to and interact with persons through the var i ous organiza ti ons and honor societies of the college BELOW Dean Travis Northcutt, Jr. Academics / 63

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USF at St. Petersburg USF at St. Petersburg offers upper level courses and baccalaureate programs in a broad variety of areas including Business, Education, Libera l Arts and Social Sciences. There are also masters programs in Business and Educat i on. The o l dest regional campus of USF, it has undergone extensive expan sion and new construction. A new l ibrary, an academic i nstruction and administration center and a new utilities building were all opened a year ago The campus has grown far beyond the former merchant marine training facility i t was when originally estab lished in 1968 64/ Academics

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USF at Sarasota USF at Sarasota is loc a ted on 1{)(}-acres of land which includes the former waterfront estates of Charles R ingling. The mansion itself is now the library U S 41 bisects the area into the East Campus and the Palmer Campus. On the East Campus the Hamilton Student Center serves as the hub o f acti v i ty day and night for students and others in the campus community Upper div ision course work is available in Educafon Engineering, atural Sciences, Business Ad ministration, Social Sciences and Nursing for a Bachelor' s degree There are also several masters programs o f fered TOP RIGHT Dr Robert Barylski, Director Academics/65

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USF at Fort Myers From the Gwynne Insti tu t e Bui lding t o the new campus on the 55acre s it e next t o Edi son Commun it y College USF at Fort Myers has come a l ong way. The new campus will share f acilit ies w i th E C.C. The regional c ampus prev i ously off ered uppe r l eve l courses i n Business Adminis t ration Education, Nursing and Social Sciences, as well as graduate programs i n Business and Education However as of now, lower l eve l classes are be i ng added to the curricu l um t he r eby making i t possible for a studen t t o comple t e all under graduate r equ i rements for USF on the For t Myer s campus : 66 / A cademics

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Academics / 67

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68 / Ciosing

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Happy Silver Anniversary USF 69

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20th Century Staff 70/Staff TOP RIGHT: Editor in Chief, Karin Owler BOTTOM RIGHT: Assistant Editor, Jesse Kline. LEFT CENTER: Events Section Edi tor, Julie Gonzalez.

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Behind the Scenes As the year draws to a dose it g ives me a chance to look back and reflect, for a moment on the past ten months. Putting together a publication such as this takes time, ef fort and a great deal of cooperation As the year pro gressed, the ranks of our staff diminished We finished the book w it h a total of three ded i cated workers and one slightly" worri ed adviser I would lik e to once again thank all the concerned people who helped so much in putting together this book We couldn t have done it w i thout you. You will a l ways have my deepest appreciat i on Sincerely, Karin Owl er Edit or ABOVE: Leo Stalnaker Adviser Staff/71

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PLL ISMCSON Dolton, IL B A ProfPssiO!lal Physocal Educ.ltion MARION C. IANIS fl B A ., Psychology IOYa A IOHNSTON largo, Fl B A Accoontl>g MELISSA I JONES St. Pelersburg. fl B.A.. Anthropology GEORGE H ISlEY I Fl B A., Business SERGIO A. )ARl)ON Tampa, Fl B.A., 5pe'!<. Fl B.A., English, Amerian Of'RYL .EAN UAlDE Tampa, Fl B A .. Advertisiog MAAY a.AitE .1()1-Ni()N Ft. Myers Fl B.S Nursing i[AM:m JORGENSE Tampa, Fl B.A. Education RAMON C. IACO!l Clearwater H B.A Management ROBERT E iOHNS Rusm. fl B.A. Political Scie:ng CHRISTN IOf-NSON Naranja Fl B .A., SHRI.EY D )OttNSON ft Myers fl. B S .. Sociology CHRISTOPI-ER C. JANCZAK Fredonia. NY B A., lndustri.JI Psyd>ology Business rononc" BONNE J. IOI'MTON Kissmmee. Fl B.A., Social Scienc" STEPHEN L. l()f-NSON Maill.Jnd, H B.A., Manag<>ment Seniors /89

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ROGER E LUTZ St. Petersburg Fl B A .. Elementary Education JOYCE A McDUFFIE leesburg Fl B A., SLO ADELA A McKENZIE St. P e tersburg Fl B A., Management WILLIAM R LUX Nokonis Fl B A .. ETK CAROL M McEVOY Tampa. Fl B.S., Accounting MARIANNE McKE ZIE Tampa, Fl B.S. Biology VIRGINIA L. McCALL St. Petersburg Fl B A Special Education ELIZABETH I. McGUIRE lutz Fl B A., Accounting JIM M McKINNEY Dade City, Fl B A., Science Education LINDA J MAIDANI Tampa, Fl B A., Business Management JAN P McCARTHY Tampa, Fl B A Physical Education VICKI D McHENRY 5ar asota, Fl B A., Psychology DEBRA M McLAUGHLIN Granite C ity, ll B A Marketing DON C. MAIZEL lighthouse PI F l B A., Business Marketing BRENDA L. McCLELLAND Fernandina Beach, Fl B A., Exceptional Child Education ELIZABETH A MciLVAIN Venico, Fl B A., Market ing & Management EDITH G McMULLEN St. Petersburg Fl B A., Accounting KATHY A MALKOWSKI Tampa, Fl B .A., E lementary Education SANDRA I. McCORKEL Seminole F l B A., EEH COLEEN N McKELVEY Clearwater Fl B A., Psychology MARGARET S McPHERSON largo Fl B.A., Business Management GAIL MANISCALCO No. Palm Beach, Fl B E T., Computers Seniors / 93

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WilLIAM R Ml.lER Clearwater Fl B.A., Accounting C!RAI.O I Ml.OCH 1'4 Fl B.A Mano&emen MARIO F MITCHEll Key We.t, Fl LEANNE M MONACO largo Fl B.A., Management Kimberly A Ml.Ls-PRICE Ft. My..,.s, Fl B S., Management ALICE Ml.TON Grand lsi. FL B .A., Elementuy Ed.Kation PRlSCUA T. MITCHELL Ounedn. Fl B.A. Management LARRY 0 MONTIKIO Pembroke Pines, fl B A Psychology CAROL M MINTZER Tampa, Fl B A., Accounting MARGARET E M08l.EY Te!rf>le Terrace, R. B.A., Elementuy Ed.Kation ANTHONY C. MONTILNE Fl B.A., Biology 001-NA L MISCJOII( Clearwat..,. fl B A Spe<:ial Ed.Kation scon 1 MOOIST Pembroke Pines Fl B .A., Accounting CAROL McfVOY MOORE Tampa, Fl B A., Accounting EliZABETH A MITCHEI.L 51. Petersburg. Fl B A., Element.,y Ed.Kation MASOMElO MOI
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DIANE ORTIZ New Y o rk NY B A PhySical Educ ation MARY l. PAGES Clear wa ter, FL B A., E duc a t ion JUDY K ORTON New Port Richey FL B.S., Clinica l Chem i stry LESLIE D PALENIUS Palm H.Jrbor, FL B A., General Business Administration STACEY A OLDENBURG Sarasota, FL Teaching Cert ificate Elementary Education KASEY A OSI:R Massillon OH B A Business Administratton BECKY PALMER St. Petersburg FL B A., Elementary Education SUSAN C. OLNEY St. Petersburg, FL B A., Broadcast Production ELAINE S OVERLA Tampa, FL B .A., Business/ Management GLEN H PALMER Pensacola, FL B S., Industrial Engineering SALEH N OWJR Riyadah, Saudi Arabia B A Management KARIN E OWLER Ft. Myers, FL B A., Elementary Education ANITA ) PANACCIO Miami FL B A., Speech Communication LAURA LEE O NEll Brandon, FL M.S .. Aural MICHAEL A PAGANO Port Richey FL B A General Business Administrabon CINDY ) PANACCIO Miami. FL Seniors / 97 B A., Elementary Education

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QAlfiTTE M THARKU! FL 8 Business MARK A. TOVI'IW.S Key largo, Pl B S.f., Civi WI.LIAM H TOMPKINS Oearwter R. BA, Accounting MDRE B TOUSSAINT l'lrol Coni fl B A., Computer Ted'I.!Management PATRIClA A lliOMAS Fl AI A., Political PAlAA S TOM.NSON St. Petersburg, Fl B A., Accounting DEBOIW-t S TOZIAN B .A., Broadmting MARlYN V THOMPSON S=inoie Fl B.A., OORIEN L. TORlBIO Zephyrhils fl B.A. Accounting oo.NS w fRAU!(; Ft. Mye, Fl B.S., Criminal Mlic FRANK I TICHY Ruskin, FL BA., Fine Ms CATHRYN E TORTORJd Palm fl B A., Biology EllEN L. TRAVIS IN>edin,R. B A., Accounting ROBERT A. TOI.LEY Temple TerrO
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