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Passages . . .

our transitions between stages,

between times, between now and

eternity.

Passages and portals opening the way to

what we are

and what we might become.





Are the passages created by fate?
Can we stumble into Godhood?
Is it a synthesis of thought, action,
conditioning, preparation,
growth and achievement?



The whole man . . .

collective parts unified to bring forth the

ultimate masterpiece.

Each man his own artist.

Taking nothing but a lifetime of

chiseling, sculpting, painting, polishing . .

himself— o work of art.



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Passing through each year
our spirit is molded by rhe colors of rhe season,

rhe fullness of rhe rrees,
rhe majesty of rhe morning dawn and rhe evening sun

as ir worships rhe sky.

City symphonies sound rheir melodies

agansr rhe peaceful, Hiring strains

of nature's changing hue.







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We pass from level ro level of physical perfection,

coming closer ro uniring mind and body, inrellecr and srrengrh.

Copruring a "rhird wind" nor definable in speech,

bur in acrion.

Compering only wirh whar narure has given us,
srriving ro surpass earlier expecrarions.







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Interaction . . . passing in and out

of relationships, friendships, roles of

leadership, times of hardship . . .

while master of your own ship.





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Vessels rhor oil travel rhe some seo
of life, frying hard ro find o land of
social cohesiveness.



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Joy, sorrow, exciremenr, disgusr, anguish,

love, confusion, frustration, conrenrmenr.

A fusion of emotion, constantly changing

from year to day to hour to moment.

Unpredictable as the continuing Utah weather forecast.








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The limirs of knowledge ore pushed farther ourward
as each concepr is grasped and question answered.
Our minds long for infinite intellectual understanding
as we attempt to stretch for the mysteries and Keys of life

No goal is unattainable
no mountain too high
no sea too wide,
no desert too dry.




Defining our boundones
only by rhe learning goined in living
ond rhe vision ond promise
embodied in life rhor lies beyond




Passages ro Perfection







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Physical ...

Social

Emorional
Intellectual
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Cougars Take WAC Co-championship!




"Righr before the game

is the very worsr parr.

You're always

wondering if you're OK

and how you feel.

You're always so

nervous. As soon as rhe

first play is over ir's OK,

you're back in reality.

Ir's really exciring ro

play on a winning

ream. When you lose

ir's a drag."

Ross Varner




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"It's an honor for me ro
represent rhe school and
DYU's name. I'm really
grareful for rhe coaching
sraff ond rhe facr rhar
rhey help you so much,
on and off rhe field. I
hope ro be involved wirh
DYU Arhlerics someday. I
already miss if."

Mekeli leremia





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[he DYU Cougars finished rhe 77 season wirh o Q 2 re-

i d when rhey downed UTEP 68 19 on Nov 26 serring a
■ ievv WAC record for rhe mosr yards on mrercepnon rerurns
: i a single game

F! nigh some fans losr hope for rhe Cougars when Alt-
American Quarterback Gifford Nielsen was injured m r he
• ui agamsr OSU Sophomore Marc Wilson sreeped in ro
lead rhe Cougars ro a 63-17 win over C3U serring a VAC
re ! d ! i 'he mosr Touchdown passes in one game (7)
fh'i ream finished rhe season freihg the Arij<j|j»*> ^rnr^
<■ ij 'he WAC Championship

The year was highlighted by 6 tied records and 50 new

■ '.is set by rhe Cougors and individual ream members

including 2 NCAA records by Marc Wilson

The Defense was led by three All WAC selecnons Mark
rjernrsen. Jason Coloma and Mekeli leremia The Defense
recovered more fumbles during rhe season than civ ream
in DYU hisrorv They forced turnover tram opponents 36
times tiemg a WAC record and also gave uo the few c
vards on' pupf rerurns

The Cougars closed our rhe season wirh a 10 day "mo
Japan including rwo exhibition games agamsr Japanese
reoms.



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'r moke rhe ream, and we've
oroved rhar new



'"Sure we had supersrars on rhe ream,
bur everybody was pulling for everyone else."

George Harris






"Four years is a long rime

bur somerimes ir isn'r

enough. I suppose rhar's

besr, orherwise I'd be

going our for spring ball or

00 and srill be saying "jusr

wair rill nexr year'."

Richard Jones




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Cougar Kittens
undefeated with
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"This year's new breed of Cougar
basketball players has consisrenrly
proven ro be an excirlng and ralenred
group of young men. Our foundarion is
very solid and rhe furure for DYU
Basketball is brighr."

Coach Frank Arnold





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"Since I was twelve, it's been my dream ro
wrestle for a major college. Now that I'm here
want to win for the school. When they go down
the list and count up the winners and the losers
want to be numbered among the winners.'

Scorr Maynes



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"I enjoy rhe

competition, especially

rhe rhrill of winning.

We oil give 110%."

Robert Olsen





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Track & Field
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is rhar you nor only ger ro compere for
individual honors, bur you also represenr
porr of rhe ream."

Cyndi Palmer



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Baseball





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Soccer





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Women's Soccer



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Golf
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Tennis






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Women's Volleyball



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1977 AIAW National Volleyball Championship Held Ar DYU





DYU ployed hosr ro rhe Women's Nononol Volleyball
Championship in December Three days of com
penrion brought rop regional reams from all over rhe
Unired Stores The unmorched USC ream won over rhe
srrong University of Hawaii reom in the exciting final
game for first place in rhe rournamenr After upserrmg
Pepperdine University, DYU went on to play UCLA for
an impressive fourth place



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Women's
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Volleyball



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"D.Y.U. has rhe porenriol of becoming
o powerhouse of rhe U.S."

Mike English

,( A Championship Team is creored
when six individuals each do rheir own
job and work rogerher wirh love and
dedication."

Jack Hinron



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Skiing




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"Skiing is nor os much o sport as o
feeling ro me. The woy I feel has
a lor ro do wirh rhe woy I ski."

Jon Jones



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"A way I con
express myself."

Poulo Jo Merrill





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"Being on rhe Ballroom Donee

Team gives you an opportunity

ro discipline yourself and exercise

your self conrrol. Ir's grear!"

JaNae Jennings





"BYU International Folk Dancers 1 !

The mosr enthusiastic, hyper and

ambitious bunch of Kids on rhe

campus 1 Their unity is felt by

every member of rhe club."

Nancy Coll








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"I really enjoy rhe learning
experience and confidence I
am building in dancing. I wenr
ro rhe Homecoming dance
lasr week and didn'r srep all
over his feer! Ir mighr be berrer
if a few more boys were in
ir so girls didn'r have ro
pracrice by rhemselves."

Jeonnie Culp



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'Norhing is o wosre of rime if you

enjoy it."

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"The Inrramurols program gives you o
greor opporruniry ro develop your
arhleric abilities and achieve personal
success."

Cindy Gorcia





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Community Sports



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"Pushing yourself like rhor
makes you feel more alive.

Kim Kokodelas




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"Jogging requires on oil our effort . . .
ir is o discipline berween rhe body
ond rhe mind, one works wirh rhe orher,
bur each grows independenrly."

Randy Montgomery



Army ROTC

'They ger inro more on-hond

rroining in rhe field . . . rhey

do ir because rhey like ir."

SFC Mamn Mosier




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Recreation Educarion



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Yourh Leadership

"We oil shore somerhmg in common.

We love rhe outdoors. We wonr ro

become closer ro our Forher and prove

ro ourselves rhor we con do ir."

Lenerre Johnson






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"If we wonr ro be close ro God we
hove ro love oil his creations: rhe world,
rhe heavens, rhe land, rhe animals and
oil mankind. There's no berrer way ro
do rhar rhan ro jusr ger our rhere and
fighr ro exisr. When somerhing rakes
rhar much our of you, you can'r help
bur love ir. We cannor develop wirhour
srress nor be perfecred wirhour
suffering."

Sugar Srllmor



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How Physically Fir Are You?



"I'm very physically fir."

Doug Smirh

"An 8 on a scale of 10."

Ross Fornsworrh

"I'm physically fir, bur I'm nor srrong."

Lorry Sramps



"I don'r Know.



Kim Smirh



"To do whar?"



Tom Smyrh



"I play handball and run rhree miles every
day."

Kelly Gallacher

"I am so physically fir rhar I can run
around rhe 5FH crack once wirhour
choking."

Elene Turney

"I'm so physically fir rhar I can run around
rhe 5FH rrack rwice wirhour choking. You
berrer work a lirrle harder Elene!"

Lonni Jones

"Righr now? Nor roo."

Lisa Kozenko



"lr depends on whar siruarion I'm in."

Darrell Pochards

"Prerry physically fir."

Lone Henslee

"I'm in good condirion."

Dove Smirh

"Fair bur could be berrer."

Dory I Day

"Nor physically fir enough ro ger up ar six
every morning."

Sruorr Mcorrhur

"I may be small, bur I'm in good shape."

Sreve ftirer

"I'm so physically fir I don'r need a
pyramid under my bed."

Dilly Durongo



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DOHOM ROW Peter larkin, Randy Orreson Greg Philips, Knkor Chobonion. Corlos Amonnn, Doniel Pereyro. Provit Tangcrovakoon, Druce Hoppe TOP ROW
Lance Dlock. Dnghom Ord. Drew Losker. Eric Remhard. Kip Billings. Ken Wagner, Eddie Escobedo, Emmanuel Adeleke. Hugo Rodier. Dale Kerr Coach Jim Du-




DOTTOM ROW Coach Norm Chow. Coach Fred Whirrmgham. Cooch Tom Ramage, Cooch Dave Krogrhorpe. Coach Doug Scovil, Heod Coach LcVell Edwards,
Coach Garrh Hall Cooch Dick Felr. Coach Mel Olson SECOND ROW: Scorr Phillips. Richard Herlm. Vc Whirserr. Scorr Reber. Cloy Dlod<well Doug Williams Russ
Davis Al Gaspord Dorr Oares Jon VandeMewe. Tom Miller Cloyron Forsyrhe. Kelly Horns, Lonce Reynolds, Walr Monwill. Dill Schoepflm THIRD ROW Dev
Duke Tod Thompson Rob Anderson, Casey Wmgord. Dill Ring. Roy Brock. Marc Wilson, Gifford Nielsen, John VonDerWouden. Richard Jones. George Horns.
Kent Tingey Mark Flammer. Danny Hansen. Alan Corlile. Drod Sullivon FOURTH ROW Nick Eyre. Dill Dovis, Mike Hemnch. Drod Hardisry. Sid Johnson. John Kor-
mylo, Sreve Carlson. Larry Kemp. Kim Sreworr, Dave Gardmeer, Ray Lmford, Jim Joramillo. Calvin Close. Scorr Neilson. Gary Sroddord FIFTH ROW Todd Chris-
rensen Roger Gourley Lloyd Jones. Norm Toylor, Terry McEwen, Jim McMohon, Dove Francis, Drenr Johnson. Croig Wing, Clay Drown. Gory Kama. Gory Pe-
rersen Doug Srromberg Dennis Webb, Ricky Pinckord. Kip Aposrol. Ken White SIXTH ROW Keirh Upereso, Mekeli lerem.a, Don Frazier. More Compbell. Sreve
Herring Dob Simmerman Russ Deck, John Romoge, Tom Enlow Jeff Toggarr, Rob Duchonan, Ross Vomer. Rod Wood. Sreve Corson SEVENTH ROW Greg
Heod Glen Redd Mark Dernrsen. Mar Mendenhall. Porry Drodford. Drion Hansen Lorry Miller, Sreve Anderson. Sreve Hoffman. Joson Colomo. Ron Velasco.
Jeff Horns. Mark Drady TOP ROW Dave Compos, John Neal. Dob Presred, Tony Hernandez, Marc Swenson. Dove McKee. Dill Popm Nor poured Mark An
droszczyk Steven Drady Michael Chronisrer. Mitch Edwords. Scorr Fletcher Druce George. Mork Giroux, Don Horrwig. Mark Ipsen. Dlake Jensen. Jim Jensen.
Dob Kitten. Mark McKmney. Williom McNobb. Dovid Mayo. Jim Mlorr, Mike Pererson Dove Smirh. Ed St Pierre, Mork Terranovo. Larry Tucker, Paul Ward. Doug
Wilks Stanley Younger. Ken Zwohlen



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DOTTOM ROW Eric Peterson. Paul Dernsrein, Joel Miller. Richard Williams TOP ROW Coach Woyne Peorce.
Mike Nissley, Cork Diehl Dove Goodine. Paul Petersen, Jeff Robbins, Dennis Dond Nor pictured Rick Foughr
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DOTTOM ROW Mike Drannan. Dob Clamperr. Sron Souzo SECOND ROW Erich Gort Jomie Edmon Tom Hmes
TOP ROW Cooch Korl Tucker Jerry Rose Tod Hensorlmg Dove De Sontis Not pictured Chip Larson Lee
Miller Dick Zokol



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BOTTOM ROW Mosahiko Kinjo, Perry Johnson, Isomu Moesoro, Dernhord Heoger, Hiroro Kurihoro TOP ROW Mark Nolon, Mark Dusch,
Don Drew, Trever Cnnoll, Spencer Pnnce



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DOTTOM ROW Mike English, Doug Jormon, Dalron Hording, Tom Pererson, Russ Lawler, Ramsey Cobonlllo TOP ROW Dryon Carpenrer,
Jock Hmron, Cums Clifford, Dove Richards, Dorrell Richards, Por Miyahiro




DOTTOM ROW Molcom Kono. Com Durr. Rich Ternieden. Korl Robertson. Robert Dorry Dono Morsow Le Ron Cropo TOP ROW Coach Voir
Mehr, Rick Hornson, Jeff Jacobson. Andy Remfurt. Lance Pierson. Dove Clark. Dobby Gerber, Dove Hills. Dean Horvey. Randy Jensen. Mike Mar
rin. Power Skormg Instructor Loun Oores. Team Manager Kenr Francis Not Pictured Jock Thomas. Dill Compbell




DOTTOM ROW Axle Hardy. Tom Morns. Greg Petersen, Tyler Sreinbach, Don Valgordson, Rick Scnvner. Vance Low Mike Tucker. Ken Clayton
SECOND ROW Scott Nielsen. Murphy Sua. Len Tsuhako. Rob Dtyth. Jim McMohoa Tim Anderson Jeff Durton. Dill Pittson. Dove Deck. Cooch Voel
ler TOP ROW Cliff Posrornicky. Robin Duchanon, Com Killebrew. Morsholl Richey. Marc Thomas. Den Dradley Kim Nelson Stan Younger John

Dorrorff, Clyde Nelson. Cooch Low. Coach Pullms



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DOTTOM ROW Cooch John McMullen, Heod Coach Frank Arnold, Cooch Horry Anderson SECOND ROW Scorr Runia. Mike May, Don
Amge, Greg Dollif, Greg Anderson TOP ROW Larry Cheesmon, Keirh Rice, Alon Toylor, Paul Vos, Dove McGuire, Mark Srroud. Kevin
Neilsen, Sreve Anderson, Glen Roberts



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DOTTOM ROW Larry Lawrence, Dan Morris, Denron Horr, Jeff Creer, Henry Marsh, Luis Hernandez, Coach Sherald James TOP ROW
Dlame Anderson, Anld Worhne, David Gunn Nor picrured Terry Delr, Demerno Cobanillos, Francis Clark. Roberr Conner, Perer Horo
den, Marvin Harper, Rodney Hosman, Kevin Hyde, John Jeffenes, John Leoch, Andrew Lewis, Kenr Monson. Jomes Novejar. John
Rogers, Sreve Tyler. Durrell Wheorley, Tracy Willioms. Dob Shumwoy



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BOTTOM ROW Jerry Dodge Dove Honsen, Mel Moxwell Rory Needs Orod Hansen TOP ROW John Mechom Som Orme Doug Shi
mizu Ed Moisey LoMor Doyer Nor picruted Dennis Dlockner Dill Dickson. Chorles Gordner Almon Gillespie, Mork Honsen Som Horrley
Scott Moynes. Lomom Medley Drodley Orme Drod Patch Croig Prere Owen Roe Mork Sanderson Gordon Allred. David Drooks
Doniel Chnsrensen. Norhon Cole Douglas Cottle Kelly Faucerre Derk Lovell, Moris Mitchell. Druce Orterson Igor Vosey Jerry Yazzie







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DOTTOM ROW Heod Cooch Tim Powers Coach Stan Crump Cooch Rollie Destor Cooch Ston Curnow SECOND ROW Ricordo Ve
lorde Tom Ougg Phil Oberhonsley Steve Dird Chns Roth Jim Axtell THIRD ROW Dave Spivey Steve Shermon Andy Seibt Wc
delin Skip Daley Mork Fredenckson Lyle Chnstofferson FOURTH ROW John Sonch Jim Tmgey Piero Ferrocuri TOP ROW Dnon
James Nor Pictuted Kevin Mottensen



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Lelei Fonoimoono, Yolanda Mendiolo, Cooch Tim Powers, Assisronr
Cooch Sron Crump SECOND ROW Tncio Dolloghon, Tounyo Herry, Short
Clark Liz Young THIRD ROW. Karhy Drunsdale. Chns Noisbirr TOP ROW
Mallory Wilcox. Chris Corbndge



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DOTTOM ROW Coach Courtney Leishmon. Manager Rita Yorbrough. Susan Rnley, Debra Zirbes, Julie Loucall, Allison Srewarr Assisranr Coach
Dove Porter TOP ROW Jill Bolingbroke, 5usie Meisrer, Debbie Freesrone. Rose Jensen, Tmo Gunn. Becky Ostler, Annerte Cortle. Judy Hunter.
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DOTTOM ROW Morgo Klein, Laune Armirage Alyson Collert. Pom Happy Heather Wood Mono Garaa Vol Shaw Linda Dourn Linda Oudge
TOP ROW Assistant Cooch Roberto Cormono, Sandy Livingston. Corol Evans. Vrvion Estes. Cheryl Johnson. Debbie Richordson. Morcio Chodw
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ley Elizaberh Echer. Janean Jacobson Jone Jensen. Mary Jensen Grera Larson Bonnie Lloyd. Diane Lungo. Carhy Oberg
Jocelyn Shelley, Janerre Srevens Shirley Srevenson. Karhryn Szeyller




BOTTOM ROW Beverly Bishop, Annerre Cotrle Tmo Gunn, Debbie Freesrone, Terne Willison TOP ROW Korhi Whire. Volene
Srour, Marnlee Reeve Lon Doerr, Koren Cums. Joni Rogers



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BOTTOM ROW Koren Drown, Tiru Fernando. Julie Cloword TOP ROW Jody Reuss, Nancy Drod-
bury. Pom Miller




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DOTTOM ROW Koren Kennmgron, Tracy Tonner TOP ROW Syndi Pordoe. Dorboro Domes. De
nise Nordi. Lon Dorlow Nor picrured Mary Anderson, Allison Qinghom, Mory Coll Marrho Clow
son. Paula McGimsey, Amy Norserh. Sue Toylor



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How's Your



a seven-year-old!'



MorvLou Greenwood



,,<ree guys on rhe line sure keeps ir busy!"

Lon Jones

'Ir's fine when I do rhe asking."

Dione Cums

I'm nor complaining— I'm gerrmg grear obscene phone colls!"

Karen Lmd

'Ir's berrer now— I'm nor a freshman."



Ir's rhe pirs!



Cheryl Cosgroy



Anne Roben



"I'm now convinced my husband was killed in rhe war in
heaven."



Koren Breeder



'Super. I rhink I'll go on a mission ."

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A joke."

'Fanrosric. Donny and Mone ger berrer every Friday "

'Ir's o reol hay-o!"

"Up ond down— iu

"Ir's grear! I'm seeing a whole differenr side of peopk



Srefanie Mossey



Julie Holmes



Decky Wilding



Juli Measom



Lisa Taylor



"There's olwoys room for improvemenr



'My day will come— I hope 1
'No comploinrs. I'm gerrmg



Wendy Diesmger



Rebecco Anderson



Ann Welch



worried in o monrh



"My besr social life or DYU is when I go home on rhe
weekends'"

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e rors are winning'



Leigh Dierking



Cathy Monoron



Diann Koiford



Julie Sumsion



Denise Peliz



Karhy Chnsren>.en



'Only rhe srrong survive Thar's why I'm in weighr training "

Anne Chflswnsen



Thrown in rhe rood

My husband's in law school, whar sooal life?"

Rared G— bring rhe dogs cars, kids, ond your g r andmo !

"Ir's horrible because rhe men here or DYU are re :

"I hear DYU Hawaii is grear "



'Ir's hard being a convert



Unless some miracle occurs



'Me 1 The Dareless Wonder is going ouri'



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Could you give me rhe Webster s Dicnonary definirior

sraremenr?"



Improving by rhe mourhful
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"Ir keeps me humble."

"I'm nor lernng school work ger in rhe woy of my educanon

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"Challenging!"

Connie Qren^

"Well. I'm going ro Preference

Kaveiyn -

"Ir's alive ond kicking "

Jody -

"The only dare I've had all semesrer is our of a package m rhe

grocery srore "

Michelle Bore

"Ir decided jusr ro be friends "

Ly Wilcox.

"Ir's odeguare "

Alison Dons

"Good rhing I have a boyfriend or homo

Lisa Bogle;

"On rhe up ond up Dur who knows abour rhp future'"

Vichy Dovis

"Love is blind

Elene Turnev



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The Cougar Ear
The Desr Place ro Meer and Greer!




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Whor Think Ye of rhe Cougar Ear?



"Acopulco, Rio, Paris, LA. — all come rogerher or rhe Cou-
gar Ear ." Rob Johnson

"Where else can you ger a quickie wirh cheese?"

Andy Johnson

"Ir's o garhering place for escapees from ZCMI's show
window." Thone Young



"Ir's a social dry, nexr ro Riviera of course."



Dill Carter



"Everyrhmg srans and everyrhmg ends in rhe Cougar

Ear." Mark Lords



"Ir's rhe besr place ro find a dare."



Rick Reed



"Ir's advanced placemenr of Helomon Hall's Cannon

Cenrer. ' ' Richard O Lorsen



"Ir's o grear place ro snack bur I wouldn'r wanr ro eor
rhere . " Joy Devench



Ir's cheap



Kelry Crawford



"The facr rhar I ear is secondary. I come ro rhe Cougar
Ear ro warch." Dryce Barron

"Isn'r rhar where rhe donur-for-lunch bunch hangs our?"

Shirl LeOoron



"lr has excellenr prices for rhe worsr food in rown "

Randy Taylor

"lr reminds me of Disneyland— so many faces, so many
places, o lor of empry spaces." Drenr PMiips



'When ore rhey going ro rake roll?'



Traci Wood



"Cougar Ear 361 R is Craig Spongberg's fovonre class."

Sreve Rooh






"My Social Life


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