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ension of Mr. Beauty.



Greenfeather/15



5 POTLIGHT:



THE



ach of us views
"creativity" differ
ently. A musician
;ees it in the interpretation of a song.
Kctors find it in tfie development of
he characters they portray. A painter
ises it to redefine reality onto an easel.
>ue craftmanship requires a "love-
late" relationship between artist and
irt. An artist must then combine his
inbounded creativity with refined
kills to produce well-designed, well-re-
learsed, ingenious pieces of himself.
Stetson University very fortunately
^as a large population of aspiring
rtists in different disciplines. Student
pajors vary from drama to church mu-
ic, and student performances vary
rom quartets to exhibits to student-



produced one-acts.
Young talent is rec-
ognized and culti-
vated here, as in-
structors spend
many extra hours
working to develop
individual potential.

While faculty teach, they also per-
form on their respective stages
throughout the year. The Artists and
Lecturers Committee, for example,
brings to campus outstanding speak-
ers and performers, while "Top Hat"
performances and other recitals show
off our own, in-house talents.
Events such as these help all to
benefit from Stetson's creative
community.




Student artists work long hours in the studio perfecting their technique





A scene from "A Company of Wayward Saints"



CREATIVITY

and diversity

gives

Stetson's campus

a special

flair!




Top Hat Entertainment presents Scott
Jones, live!

Left: Special exhibits run throughout the
academic year for all to come and learn.



Arts/17



S(JB members welcome

comedian Jay Leno to Stet
son.




Above, students enjoy the Fund raiser Right, Hatters battle it out against Georgia Southern
Cookout.

Homecoming Queen and King Tiffany Seibold and

Clemente Inclan.



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Racers recuperate from the three mile Road Race held on Satur
day.



HOMECOMING ««

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Hatter Homecoming, 1988: a
time where traditions meet new
ideas and bright plans for the
uture. A time to celebrate athletic vie-
ories and personal triumphs. A time
,0 see old friends. A time for laughter
and rededication.

This year Homecoming weekend
vas held on February 19 - 21. The
Hatters met Georgia Southern in bas-
ketball. This was not the only athletic
rhallenge of the weekend, however.
Fennis tournament play, varsity base-
ball, and alumni baseball games were
]11 held on Friday, and the Lady Hat-
ers and alumni basketball team joined
he Hatters in playing Saturday. The
innual Road Race was also held on
Saturday.

The weekend was also filled with
special reunions, receptions, and
events. Stover Theatre presented a
production of "A Company of Way-
ward Saints" on Friday and Saturday



evenings. Also on Friday evening
Stetson University welcomed famous
comedian Jay Leno to the Edmund's
Center stage. Leno is well-known for
his appearances on The David Letter-
man Show and guest-hosting on The
Johnny Carson Show.

Saturday morning, stu-
dents, faculty, staff, and
alumni enjoyed the annual
Fund-Raiser Cookout held
in the Forest of Arden. At
1:00 that afternoon, a
large crowd assembled to
commemorate the official
University dedication of
the Panhellenic Complex.
Others enjoyed the Music
Festival in Elizabeth Hall.
All Hatters rallied around
the Hatter basketball team
as they performed
strongly against Georgia
Southern.





Campaign Headquarters are diligently manned by
Karen Lankford and Sherry Qillentine.

OLD FRIENDS
gather to
celebrate the
traditions of
and changes in
our dear
alma mater.



President Doug Lee enjoys the Cookout at the Forest of Arden.



Homecoming/19



H ATTER




EEDERSHIP



HO^TMNG




Organizations celebrate Homecoming's

theme by making banners.



It seems fitting that a theme for Home-
coming would involve the recognition
of campus leaders, past and present.
Stetson's "Leedership" theme high-
lighted the inauguration of Doug
Lee as President this year, welcom-
ing him to his new role and sup-
porting him and changes inspired
under his lead.

Many other individuals have
also played special roles in the de-
velopment of Stetson. Etter Turn-
er, former Dean of Women, and
Jayne Marlowe, current Director of
Student Life, spoke at the Panhel-
lenic Complex Dedication, proudly
witnessing the reality of their
Leedership" dreams and hard work. Athletes



competed in their specialties for person-
al and team triumphs. Gifted musicians
and actors performed for audiences, en-
tertaining all with their expertise.

This year's Homecoming Host and
Hostess were Tres MuUis and Lillian
Washington. These two outstanding
students represented the student body
during many activities. Because of the
committment and hard work of these
and many other students, faculty, and
staff leaders, this year's Homecoming
was even more than an athletic success.



STETSON

celebrates the

leaders of

yesterday,

today, and

tomorrow

during

Homecoming,

1988.




The Lee's opened their home for a 50 year Reunion Recep- Director of Student Life Jayne Marlowe
tion. at the Panhellenic Complex.



20/Homecoming




Presidents of each sorority are recognized at the Panhellenic Complex Dedication: Drea Rideout, Janet
Booth, Stephanie Olin, Claudia Epting, Debbie Sabol (not seen: Tiffany Seibold and Danielle Mezura).




Above and Left: The Hatters of tomorrow!



Homecoming/21




Amid smiling faces. Dr. Carter Colwell assumes his
regal position at the head of the Convocation pro-
cession.



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Making friends and influencing people: Rodney El-
lis in the midst of his duties as CUB Director.




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FORESIGHT

Prepares Student!
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'hether fresh and new or established and proven, it is the
faculty and staff that Stetson students look to for friendly
advise and helpful guidance.

Stetson faculty is dynannic and ever-changing. The most obvi-
ous change this year was the gala and ceremonious installation of
the new President, Douglas Lee. Of course, there remain some
unchangeable symbols of knowledge, such as Dr. Colwell, an
extraordinarily able professor who faithfully leads the spectacular
convocation at the Forest of Arden each year.

A university is a multi-faceted institution. As well as a place of
learning, it is a food service, a counseling center, a comptroller, a
health service, and a safe, secure place to call home. Running a
university such as Stetson is a big business, and for such an
establishment to thrive, it takes a special group of people to keep it
running smoothly — the Stetson staff.

And as the Stetson students of today are the leaders of tomor-
row, these valuable role models generously pass on to us the
leadership skills, knowledge, and important values that will be
indispensable aids as we bravely face the challenges of the future.

After a strenuous day of Residential Life duties,
Kemper Smith relaxes for a few moments.



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PERSONNEL



Personnel/23




24






Beginning a New Era

It has been about a year since Presi-
dent Doug Lee began in his new of-
fice, and it certainly has been a year
of reflection and of looking ahead.
Looking back means understanding
Stetson's current status: entrenched
in a highly competitive environment,
yet providing unique opportunities
for students, faculty, and staff. Look-
ing ahead means long-range goals,
considering the community's needs,
encouraging faculty, staff, and stu-
dent participation in planning, and
positioning Stetson on the national
academic map. Working to put it all
together are all Stetson supporters.
Working to keep it on track is Dr.
Doug Lee.




Dr. H. Douglas Lee and Mark Hollis.




Frovost

Louis Brakarum



Dr. Louis Brakeman joined the Stetson team as tine new
Provost this past year. He was formerly the director of the
Study of Professional Development for the Great Lake
College Association.

Dr. Brakeman believes that the faculty development
and curriculum development need to be competitive. As-
sisting them with this is one of his major responsibilities.
One of the steps he has taken was to schedule monthly
faculty meetings so that the faculty can come together to
appreciate the value of the whole university.

Dr. Brakeman enjoys working with the faculty, and
wants to encourage them to pursue their individual and
collective goals.



Chanceiior

Pope Duncan



I he position of Chancellor was set up in the university
by-laws when former president J. OIlie Edmonds retired
from his office in 1977, and the second person to hold that
title is former university president Dr. Pope A. Duncan.

The chancellor is an elected officer of the Board of
Trustees given duties, mostly fund raising activities, as
assigned by the president. For example. Dr. Duncan repre-
sented the university on behalf of the president at the
100th anniversary of Flagler College.

Chancellor Duncan no longer deals with the day-to-day
operations of the university, but he will help in any way
appropriate to the external constituencies.




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Cfmrcfi Kehdons

John Fdham



John L. Pelham, a former Stetson student, is now the
Vice President for Church Relations. He has had a wide
variety of pastoral and denominational experience at the
Associational, State, and Southern Baptist Convention
levels.

Dr. Pelham has also been involved with preaching mis-
sions in Jamaica, Peru and Equador. Since 1968, he has
gone on the Annual Youth Mission Trips to pioneer areas
of the northeast.

In 1987, Dr. Pelham received the honor of being voted
Alumnus of the Year by the Southern Baptist Theological
Seminary.



Business &C Finance

H. Graves EcfrnondioTV



F or the students, rising tuition rates are a major con-
cern while maintaining costs with the changing econom-
ic conditions is a major concern for Vice President of
Business and Finance, H. Graves Edmondson. He gradu-
ated and received his masters degree of business admin-
istration from Stetson. Joining the university as comp-
troller, he has served as the chief business officer for the
past seventeen years.

His responsibilities include all matters concerning the
budget, accounting, personnel and the physical plant.




Personnel/^/




Dean of the College of
Arts and Sciences

Gary Maris



Dean of Student Affairs

Garth Jenkins




Dean of Business Administration

William Wright



Dean of Adnnissions



Gary Meadows



Dean of Law School

Bruce Jacob




Vice President for
Planning & Developnnent

Mark Whitaker



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Have you been a good little girl this year? Mayte Figueiras with "Santa" Kenny fei;; Av.



Toasting Student Life secretary Lisa Stroebeck and her babytobe is Drea Rideout.



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Dr. Michael Boyd



Director of Carlton Union Rodney Ellis and Sigma Gpsilon Beta (SUB).




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Dr. Robert Fort



Jack Fortes Delores Foster

Director of Special Gifts Counseling Center Secretary




Enjoying a Housekeeping get-together are Dennis Davenport and Cecilia Ruddell.



Dr. Jack Gibson
Biology



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Awards are presented by Col. Tarleton at
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Going over the duty roster are Mark Cooper, Assistant Director
of Traffic, and Scott Stafstrom, Assistant Director of Security.




Grace Lasorsa David Lawson

Year Abroad Study Program Math & Computer Scie



Faculty members and students at Convocation.




Dr. Neal Long


Josephine Losasso


Mario Losasso


Dr. Marc Lovelace


Dr. Ned Lovell


Shih-Jung Lu


Dr. Elizabeth Magarl


Economics


Print Shop


Print Shop Supervisor


History


Graduate Studies


Data Processing


Mathematics



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Personnet/35



RESIDENTIAL

LIFE

5TAEF





STETSON HALL — PROMT; Allison Turner, Sandra Cluett, Jaime Clark,
Donna Smith, Carolyn Cira MIDDLE: Tammy Yarnall, Kathy Eccles
BACK: Susan Mull, Ann Marie Balaschak, Katie Byrne



HEAD RESIDENTS — (Ir) Mary Keyes, Kathy
Kivi, Jules Gepfrich. Susan Mull, Libby
Threlkel, Anne Ralph



WEST GNIVERSITY

Kathy Kivi





CONRAD HALL — (front to back)
Kris Bittenbinder, Becky Condon,
Shannon Lundequam, Annie
Chapman, Mary Keyes

EMILY HALL — (l-r) Mikki
Minnard, Sandy Borriello, Susie
Madden, Michelle James, Kim
Rogers.




CORDIS HALL — FRONT: Jeff Bittenbinder, Morris Hartley,
Bobby Cranston, Jim Daughton BACK: Chris Lovett, John
Hanson, Melissa Giarrusso, Rob Waizenhofer



NEMEC HALL — (l-r) Steve Jones, Evan Baldwin,
Shawn White, Dan Gilbride, Jeff tSewton





CARSON/HOLLIS HALL — Laura Zindell, Scott
Koeniger, Pam Barkley, Jim Cashion, Dennis Aubry



CHAODOIN HALL — FRONT: Nora Matamoros, Debbie
Stones, Donna Cowden MIDDLE: Amy Balfanz, Amy
Miller BACK: Mia Sullivan, Susan Wolfe (not pictured —
Kim Bunting, Libby Threlkel)

SMITH HALL — Brad Bowman, Jim Smarkuski, Andy
Ciambrone, Garth Goodman, Jeff Ladinski





Fraternities leap for victory during an intramur
als game.



38/Sports



The cheerleading squad works to perfect a stunt.




INTRAMURALS:

Fun and Frenzied

One of the most exciting sports programs at Stetson is that
of Intramurals. Designed to provoke friendly competition
between organizations, and establish pride, Intramurals in-
clude a wide range of activities, from football and volleyball, to
ping pong and tennis.

Headed by Dennis Davenport, as director, and three chairmen,
Terri Rosenberg, Kathy Masters, and Terri Horton, the Intramurals
Staff oversees all sports, and award the coveted P-cup and All
Points Trophy. Emphasizing participation as well as overall skill,
the P-cup is awarded to the male organization that has amassed the
most points, and the All Points Trophy goes to the female organiza-
tion that meet the same criteria.

Men's football was grueling this year, with the Delta Sigma Phi
fraternity taking highest honors. In women's volleyball, the team
from Emily Hall placed first, with Conrad Hall close behind them.
The season is completed with Tennis, Swimming, and Women's
Football. Winter Term activities will include horseshoes, soccer,
and ping-pong, while in Spring we will see Softball, baseball, and
basketball.

Challenging and enjoyable, Intramurals is an important part of
student life.



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SPORTS



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WOMEN'S BASKETBALL



Last season the Lady Hat-
ters enjoyed a fantastic 21-8
record without seniors; this
year's roster therefore
boasts experience, enthusi-
asm, and positive momen-
tum. At the beginning of the
season, Head Coach Nancy
Michols stated, "I think we
have a strong shot at the



Conference title if we're
healthy, if we're not, then
we are going to struggle."
Unfortunately, at the begin-
ning of the season, four of
the nine returning players
were recuperating from in-
juries.

Besides three returning
seniors and three juniors on



the squad, the Lady Hats
welcomed two new promis-
ing team members. With
this kind of leadership and
variety, the Lady Hats con-
tinued to excel on the court,
and, as a result, had an ex-
citing and rewarding season.




Senior Terri Cain, above




Dee Hillery mal<es a shot!




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Head Ch. Nancy Nichols



Below, Debbie Dalley concentrates on
working out.



Going for the shot — Senior Michelle
Michael.





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ront, 1-r: Sarah Foley, Diedre Hillery, Student Ass't Laurel Robinson, Anita
lathur, Michelle Michael, Rebel Wesley, Courtney Hall, Debbie Dalley. Back, Ir:
lebbie Garrison, Valerie Golden, Brenda Eason, Terr! Cain, Asst. Coach Kathy
fdrnard.






WOMEN'S BASKETBALL
SCHEDULE






U. of Northern Iowa

St. Leo College

G. of Tennessee

FS.G.

G. of Cincinnati

Xavier G.

Lady Hatter Classic
including Stetson.
DePaul, N. Carolina
at Charlotte, Miami
of Ohio, Murray
State, Robert Morris
and Marshall

G. of Richmond

G. of Pennsylvania

GA State G.

Mercer G.




FL International
FL Atlantic G.
G. of Florida
GA Southern
Florida ASM G.
G. of Central FL
FL International
G. of Miami
GA State G.
Mercer G.
G. of Central FL
Florida ASM G.
GA Southern
G. of South FL
New South Women's
Championship





Brenda Eason rises above the Georgia Southern defense.




The Lady Hatters: Seated: Anne Gatins. Middle Row: Kim Odom, Tami Hay, Michielle McEntire, Katy Barbour, Stephanie Roszell, Cristy Hoffman, Mar
Margaret Enns, Toni Roszell. Back: Trainer, Chris Rainer; Head Coach, Liz Schumaker; Asst. Coach, Bryon Klabirk.




Dr. Elizabeth Schumaker.

Head Coach,

Women's Volleyball



WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL
TEAM SCHEDULE

Baker, U of Kansas
Florida "8" Tourn.
G. of Tampa
U. of Central FL
FL Southern
Bethune Cookman
Winthrop Tournament
a. of South FL
U.C.F Tournament
Rollins College
St. Francis College
Furman Invitational
Florida & Virginia
(J. of South FL
Bethune Cookman
Rollins College
Jacksonville Tourn.
Florida Intern.
a. of Central FL
St. Leo College
CI. of Tampa
NSVk/AC Tournament
FL Southern



Concentration is the name of the game.



42/Spor





WOMEN'S VOLLEYBA



This year's Lady Hat Vol-
leyball team faced a differ-
ent schedule pitting Stetson
against top competition.
The team's strength's in-
cluded seniors Stephanie
Roszell and Katy Barbour
and veterans Cristy Hoff-
man and Michelle McEntire,
along with enthusiastic



newer members and strong
team spirit. Although the
team's season ended with a
record of 14-25, the Lady
Hats continue to be a driv-
ing force within the Mew
South.

This year also welcomed
back Elizabeth Schumaker,
head coach of the women's



volleyball team. Schumaker
was the Lady Hatter coach
seven years before stepping
down after the 1986 season,
but after just one year, the
coaching bit her again and
she returned to the team.
Schumaker is an associate
professor of Physical Educa-
tion on the Stetson faculty.



baseba:



Hangin' out in the dugout.



Stetson's Baseball team
has a long history of suc-
cesses. At the beginning of
the 1988 season, the Hatters
boasted an impressive nine-
teen consecutive winning
seasons. In 1969, the Hat-
ters hierarchy committed to
excellence in baseball, and
Stetson has not had a losing
season since.



The Hatters played a 15-
game fall slate between
September and November
and an extremely competi-
tive MCAA Division I 55-
game schedule between
February and May. The
Spring schedule is tradition-
ally one of the most de-
manding in the Southeast.

This year the Hatters wel-



comed 12 newcomers to the
team and 17 returnees. One
of Stetson's strongest areas
was pitching; 13 team mem-
bers were pitchers. Pulling
together experience and
"new blood" within the
team gave the Hatters an-
other winning season.







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Front 1-r: Rich Floyd, Jim Smith, Steve Shatter, Tom Hickox, Ed Corbett, Tom Knutson, Dennis Campbell, Scott
Miller, Ed Cooney, Dan Finley. Mid. Ir: Shawn Lee, Ricky Bowrosen, Keith Scherer, Bobby Dryden, Tim Farrand,
Craig Risdon, Steve Skoko, Mike Robinson, Pat Harding, Asst. Ch. Jeff Altier. Back l-r: Ch. Pete Dunn, Mike INatale,
Ken Connell, Tom Riginos, George Tsamis. Nick Tsamis, Jay Waring, Kevin Weickel, Mike Sempeles, Asst. Ch. Rick
Hall. Asst. Ch. J.B. Caldwell not pictured.




Jeff Altier,
Assistant Coach

Stetson's *1 Batgirls!




Pete Dunn.
Head Coach



STETSON FALL ROSTER


Mike Robinson


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Tim Farrand


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Tom Knutson


C


Ed Corbett


INF


Dan Finley


INF


Shawn Lee


INF


Jim Smith


INF


Kevin Weickel


INF


Ed Cooney


OF


Richard Floyd


OF


Tom Perkins


OF


Tom Riginos


OF


Pat Harding


OF


Ken Connell


P


Mike Natale


P


George Tsamis


P


Buddy Dryden


P


Scott Miller


INF


Rick Bowrosen


INF


Steven Shaker


P


Shane Turpin


P


Steve Skoko


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Nick Tsamis


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Joe Green


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Tom Hickox


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Jay Waring


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Craig Risdon


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Keith Scherer


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The Dugout displays Stetson's winning concentration.




Tim Farrand stretches out for his upatbdt.



1988 BASEBALL SCHEDGLE




February




Massachusetts






Flagler College




SW Missouri St.






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SW Missouri St.






U. of S. FL




Mercer






FL International




Mercer






FL International




Harvard






Central FL




Brown






Central FL




Florida A&M






a. of S. FL




April






March




Qeoriga Southern






Rollins College




Georgia Southern






Florida




N. Florida






Flagler College




Mercer






Eckerd College




Mercer






Jacksonville 0.




N. Florida






Florida




Georgia Southern






Ithaca




Georgia Southern






Maine




Central Florida






FL International




Central Florida






FL International




Samford






Yale




Samford






St, Xavier




Conference Tourn.






St. Xavier




May






Samford




Rollins College






Samford




Jacksonville U.






SW Missouri St.




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Smile Guys . . . we're winning!



46/Sports



baseba:



he 1987-1988 Stetson Bat Girls

icluded: Lisa Herron, Gina Dianni,
Jicia Raffa, Lisa Bales, Stacey
'oston, Lydia Fiedler, Kim Barnett,
Aichele Pirkau, Robyn Farrar, Cindy


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