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ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA 33733 



Application for Admission 




Mr. 

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Permanent Address. 



Middle 

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City 

Present Address 



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Zip Code 



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I am applying as a Freshman D. If accepted I wisfi to enter: 

a) Fall Term beginning August 19 b) Spring Term beginning February 19 

I am applying as a Transfer D. If accepted I wish to enter: 

a) Module I, September 1Q c) Winter Term, January 19 e) Module IV, April 19 

b) Module II, November 19^__ d) Module III, February 19 

(see prospectus for modular calendar details) 

All students are expected to live on campus unless they are over 23 years of age or are married or living vi/ith relatives. 
I plan to live: on campus D, off campus D. 



High School(s) or Preparatory School(s) attended: 



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Date of Graduation. 



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5. To help the Admissions Committee get a more complete picture of you, please write one or two paragraphs telling us more about your 
interests, achievements, concerns, and goals. We are particularly interested in items not fully reflected in your school records. Use 
the space below or a separate sheet of paper. 




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-In 6ome lo.it place t had to itnd 
{^olloM me, the loLie man 6aA,d 
but he walked behind 

■i walked Into a ho-ipltal 

wheAe none wa^ i>lck and none woi well 

when at night the nu/uei> le{,t 

I could not walk at all 

mofinlng came, and then came noon 
dlnnen. time a i>caJipdi blade 
lay beiAjde my ^itven. ipoon 

iome gAAti, wandoA by ml&take 
Into the meM, that 6catpeti make 
oAe you the teacheu oi my heaAt? 
we teach old hea/uti to bfieak 

one mo fining i wake up alone 
the ho-ipiXal and the YWJuei, gone 
have i caAved enough, my lofid? 
child, you OAe a bone 

i ate and ate and ate 

no, i did not miAi a plate, 

well, how much do thej>e -iuppeAi co-it? 

we* II take iX. out in hate 

i -ipent my hatAed eveAy place 
on evQAy wonJn, on evefiy lace 
someone gave me wiAheA 
and i wlihed ^ofi an mbfuxce 

hevQAat giAli embraced me, then 
i woi mbfuiced by men 
ij> my poi-iion pe/i{,ect? 
no-do it once again 

i wa& handiome i wa-i -itAong 
i knew the wofidui o{, evefiy -iong 
did my .iinging please you? 
no, the wofid-i you -iang weAe wftong 




who Aj, iX. whom i addn.ei>ti? 
who takoji down what i con^oJii)? 
OAe you the teachen^ o^ my heoAt? 
we teach old heoAti to xe-it 

teacheu afie my leA-ion^ done? 
i cannot do anotheA. one 
they laughed and laughed and &aid, 
well child, OAe youh. lei-ioni done? 

aAe youn lu-ion^ done? 

ane you/i le^i>onM done? 



Grant me, Lord, the right to continued 
discontent, to curse my work, not to answer 
letters, and to be a trial to my friends. Am I 
to swear to grow a better man if this cup is 
let to pass from me? We both of us know. 
Lord, that such vows, extracted under duress, 
are never kept. Do not blackmail me. Lord 
God, and do not try to make a saint of me; 
Amen. 

Arthur Koestler 





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Marv Paidosh, German and Area Studies 



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History 




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Philosophy 




Leonard Meyer 
Vice-President, Development 




John Watson 
Director of Development 





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Record Keeper, Development 





Richard Hallin, Provost 
Dean of Faculty 





Alexa Idoni 

Student Accounts Bookkeeper 
Alan Bunch 

Controller 
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Accountant, Business Affairs 



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Sociology 




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BLAKELEY 



Back row, L to R: Chuck Sims, Dan Condon, Carter 
Broome, Tom l^asternak. -lolin DeBevoise. Dan DeBevoise, 
Chuck (H>rd()n. Middle row: Boh Muelhauer, Ron Fomaiont, 
Hansel Leavengood, Kerry Freedman. Joe "Skip" 
Westmoreland. Steve Almonte, Lee Morris. Andy Hanretty. 
Bob Heyman. Bottom row: F^atrick Flanagan, Steve 
Greenwald. Frank Montoni, Vinnie Marchese, Ray Ahoyan, 
Katsuhiko Umetsu. David Huesman. Tom Ananthothai. 
Lenny Geiger. 




BEECHER 



From top, L to R: Karen Leder, Gwen Matschke, 
Brenda Bourne, Patty VVehi). Tina Grayson. Lele 
Clark. Kris Schroeder. Merri Hankins. Liz 
•lohnson. Jackie Moore, Vipke Thulin, Kim 
Wallace, Pam O'Neal, Kim Saylor, Wendy \'oung. 




DOUGLAS 



Front row, L to R: Lisa Schultz, Wendy Wubbena, Elena 
Kandilakis, Helen Clemmons. Back row: Jenny Phillips, 
Felicia Benson, Pam Siegel, Brenda Watsey, Bonnie 
Freeman, Felita James, Shelly Molther, Tania Joseph, 
Kathy Stults, Donna Mae, Jane Crosson. 



DALTON HOUSE 



DALTON 



For sale or lease: 18 luxurious rooms, all with picture 
windows, completely furnished with beds, dressers, chairs, 
and desks. Two spacious bathrooms with large showers 
(original showerheads extra). Completely air-conditioned, two 
phones, laundry facilities available. Owner entitled to the use 
of pool, tennis courts, library. Dining facilities within walking 
distance. Contact Dave "Arkansas" Scruggs (pictured here) or 
Paul Herman. (Good prices on Fox and Dendy, also.) 





HENDERSON 

Back row, L to R: Laura Thompson, Allison 
Tidwell, Zena Whitfield, Phyllis Wright. 
Middle row: Sue Sweeney, Sylvia Maier, Julie 
Pinette, Mary Jane George, Brenda Copeland, 
Emalee Derenthal, Lynette Freeman, Audrey 
Seligsohn, Sunshine. Front row: B.J. Sheffield, 
Melanie Rich, Liz Rodriguez, Carolyn 
Sharpless, Sunshine's puppy, Joyce Earl. 



HUBBARD 



Top row, L to R: Jay Linville, Jeff Morganthaler, David 
Davidson, Rodney Drummer. Middle row: John De Cosmo, 
Robert Smith, Richard Argudo, Clarence Knight, David 
Hopkins, Jesse Sharpe, Ivan Delgado, James McCrary, Jack 
Thorley, Tom Kuerner, Stan Hunter, Raul DeLa Fuente, 
Paul Rivera. Bottom row: Nick Tsourakis, George Kachikis, 
Czar, David Ward, Jerry Jones, Jeff Berger, Chuck Georgio, 
Mark Chofey, Steve Wheeler, Charlie Roher, Tom Carey. 




HIASSEN 




Back L to R: Mac McKnight, Bob Tebbs, Randy Hembree, Ghassan Al-Saleh, Ron 
Westmoreland, Lott Brooks, Mark Squires, Dan Thornhill, Archie Todd. Front L to R: 
KK Shayan, John Rayner, Mark DeMaio, Pat Moran, Rick Bernstein, Mike Carothers, 
Dave Whited, David Moore. 



KIRBY 



Back L to R: Robin Humphries, Rhonda Cormier, Pam Mishey, Iris Bacon, Karen 
Price, Evelyn Dillard. Middle row: Robin Mastry, Jane Biere, Glenda Wallin, Terri 
Jannace, Lisa Greenberg, Carol Cinotti, Lois Upchurch, Jennifer Englehard, Sarah 
Tebbs. Front row: Dotty Schafer, Laura Manger, Missy Speert, Leslie Tessier, 
Laurie Baldwin, Kammy McLoughlin. 




This year the Eckerd College Soccer team had its toughest 
schedule in its history with more games played during the 
season than ever before. This was one reason for their 
disappointing 5-11-1 record. Another reason was an 
inconsistent defense due to injuries and inexperienced 
players. 

Despite the poor record, the team came on strong towards 
the end of the season and shut out its last two opponents, 
St. Leo and Stetson, 2-0 each. There was a big improvement 
in the defense, especially in Bill Luciani, a newcomer to the 
soccer field. According to first year Head Coach Dutch 
Blauvelt, Luciani really dominated the field towards the end 
of the season. Also, Dick Freda made second team All-state 
and Mark Caprio got honorable mention All-state. Both of 
these players should be back next season. 

Because of the strong showing at the end of the season and 
some of his recruiting efforts for next year. Coach Blauvelt 
has decided to stay on as coach for at least one more year. 
He feels that he will be able to give Eckerd a winning team. 




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Front Row (1 to r): Mark Larson, Bill Luciani, Bruce Fink, Mark 
Caprio, Tim O'Sullivan, Scott Kirby, Randy Kwist, Asst. Coach Steve 
McAllister. Back Row: Head Coach Dutch Blauvelt, Dennis Burton, 
Jorge Martinez, Dick Freda, Marcos Lima, Momodou Camara, Gary 
Gillespie, Tom Marzilli, Mike Allen, Tad Stripling, Mark Hoadley 





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Front (1. to r.): Randy Kwist, Jay Malamphy, Vinnie Marchese, Mike 
Kirkwood, Skip Westmoreland, Mickey Hanewich, Joe Celeste, Kerry 
Freedman. Back: Asst. Coach Stan Saieski, Tom Marzilli, Head Coach 
John Mayotte, Ray Bresnahan, Larry Teague, Jeff Mirro, Gary Nutter, 
Tom Michaels, Steve "Bones" Balboni, Tom Pasternak, Steve Almonte, 
Toby Waterson, Asst. Coach Bill Mathews, Asst. Coach Brian Sabean. 



It looks like another great year for the Eckerd College 
Baseball team. By the time this yearbook has come out, I 
am sure we will have found just how well they have done. 
During the fall exhibition season, the varsity squad had a 
record of 19-1. This should indicate the kind of regular 
season the Tritons will have. 

The new head coach for this season and, hopefully, many 
seasons to come is John Mayotte. He replaced Bill 
Livesey who is now a scout for the New York Yankees. 
Coach Mayotte has got a tough act to follow because ever 
since Livesey came to this college in 1972, the Eckerd 
Baseball team has been a winner. But Coach Mayotte 
feels no pressure. He believes that pressure is within the 
person and one can only do his best. 

Bill Mathews, one of the assistant coaches, is very 
optimistic about the season as is Joe "Skip" 
Westmoreland, one of the team co-captains. They're both 
sure that the team will win with Mayotte, and Bill feels 
that he will also do a lot for the program. 

The players who should do well for the team this year 
are Steve "Bones" Balboni, Skip, Randy Kwist, Vinnie 
Marchese, and pitcher Kerry Freedman. In 1977, Balboni 
lead the nation and broke records with his 26 home runs 
and 77 RBI's. Freedman was an Ail-American in '77 with 
a 12-2 pitching record. Balboni and Joe Lefebvre, a dual 
purpose pitcher and outfielder who was drafted in the 
3rd round by the Yankees in June '77, also made 
Ail-American. 





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Clockwise from bottom center: Michael 
Blankenship, Kathy "Duck" Boynton, Laurie Nevin, 
Ann McKinnon, Scooter Montgomery, Will Moore, 
Tammy Spruill, Candy Irvine, LeeAnn Carpenter, 
Toni Brown, Firooz Nasehi, Arvut Soponadon, 
Martin Glasser, Glenn Craig, Dennis Burton, Yoshi 
Ota, Alan Whitehouse, Sharon Lindsley, Tom 
Nusbickel, Melinda Collin, Vickie Macintosh, Liam 
MullhoUand. 



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Seated, left to right: Nancy Timm, John Garcia, Randi Mearves, Robin 
McBurney, Billy Queen, Carla Seamans, Jan Wiley, Janet Coursey. 
Standing, Left to right: Esther Aguilar, Bill Warren, Karl Kauffman, 
Yuhei Sakurada. 



Left to right: Janine Ley, Cobbie Palm, 
Ben Merrill, Youichi Otutake, Rick 
Kelley, Todd Swenson, Raoul DeLa 
Fuente, Mary Judah, Murat Koray, 
Betsy Bancroft, Stephen Pacholok, 
Lindy Britt, Angle Prentise, David Dick, 
Debbie Reynolds, Tad Cole. 




ICHTON HOUSE 



LEIGHTON 



Back, L to R: Pam Gilbert, Sherry McRoberts, Martha ter Horst, Lance Lubin, Sarah 
Dees, Mark Boutin, Richard Akin, Shelagh Geoghegan, Doug Boynton. Front, L to R; 
David Berlin, Eddie Entreken, God the Bubs, Jake Musgrove, Pam Pierce, Julie 
Smith, Ralph Marino, Dale Collins, Paul Geise, Stacy Roberts, Jamie Serino, Layla, 
Pat Ryerson, David Hicks, Adrienne Darner, Diane Richardson. Side show: Keith 
Allen, Jonathan Keeton. 




OBERG 




This year was the first full year of inter-collegiate 
competition for the Eckerd College Women's Volleyball team. 
This is due to the efforts of Coach Claire Stiles, Assistant 
Professor of Physical Education here at Eckerd. Coach Stiles 
is a real promoter of women's athletics. But this is her first 
year at Eckerd College, so she has a long way to go yet. 

Although the volleyball team had only a 3-18 record this 
year. Coach Stiles is looking forward to next year where the 
young players of this year will have some experience behind 
them. She will also have new players from her first recruiting 
attempt. 

The outstanding players for this year were sophomore Cathy 
Stults, the team captain and leader in points scored, 
sophomore Lisa Shultz, the best setter for the team, senior 
Doreen Robertson, freshman Barbara Raden, and freshman 
Elena Kandilakis. The main weakness this year was lack of 
experience, but the team as a whole improved a great deal 
over the season. 








Front row, L to R: Cathy Stults, Diane Richardson, Liz Rodriguez, Melanie Rich, Tina 
Grayson. Back row: Felecia Benson, Randi Meares, Karen Price, Cindy Jasniecki, Lorie Clark, 
Pam O'Neal. 





This year's Women's Basketball team at Eckerd College 
was in the same situation as the Women's Volleyball 
team. Again, it was inexperience that was the main 
weakness although height was also a big weakness. 

Claire Stile's was again at the head coaching spot, and she 
had honestly predicted a losing season. But this is no 
reason to boo the Eckerd women because they were 
enthusiastic and hard-working despite the overwhelming 
competition. The team's main strength was speed, but 
that didn't help much against their highly skilled and 
experienced opponents. 

Once again next year should prove to be a bit more 
exciting and competitive. Coach Stiles is also recruiting 
for Women's Basketball, and she should improve women's 
sports at Eckerd substantially. 




The Eckerd College Basketball team was an exciting team to 
watch. Although they struggled early in the season, losing 
some close games, they stormed back later with a 6 game 
winning streak. The team's strong points were their quickness 
and versatility which made up for the fact that they were not 
real big and had no super jumpers. 

According to Head Coach Jim Harley. Eckerd basketball has 
the best nonscholarship players in the south. He said that 
there was no real hero on the team because everyone played 
his role and came through when he had to. But he did expect 
Tim Broeseker to make all conference as he did last year. 

One other aspect of the team Coach Harley mentioned was 
that he had a fun team and a good group of fine men. Bill 
Perkins, starting center for Eckerd, said that he gets along 
well with Harley. He also said that the coach has done a 
good job, is not closed-minded, and is always open for 
suggestions from the players. 






Sitting (1. to r.): Carlos Singleton, Terry Butterfield, Gregg Welsh, Jeff Morganthaler, Vern 
Hair. Standing: Head Coach Jim Harley, Trainer Lee Landers, Phil Adams, Bill Perkins, 
Tim Broeseker, Brad Bolton, Al Braithwaite, David Ward, Andy Harshman, Asst. Coach 
Paul O'Halloran. 






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DANTE 



Left to Right: John Machado, Richard Barrero, Charlie Kendall, Lars Olson, Bob 
Francis, Tom Whitemore, Clyde Bearss, Tyler Godshall, Yoshi Hotta, Bill Schmidt, 
Steve Thompson, Pete Trout, Tim Storm, Guillermo Garcia, Tryg Jackson. 



DARWIN 



Front row: Lisa Hoffman, Donna 
Ampol, Paula Catanzarite, 
Stephanie Swift, Maureen Cassidy, 
Diane-Michele Prindeville. Middle 
row: Thela Sullivan, Ed Guadagno, 
Olivia Wakeman, Peter Khoury, 
Abbas Hassanzadegan, Shelly 
Schrider, Richard "Nick" 
Nicholosi, Jerry Collom. Back row: 
David McGinn, Elaine "E" Ellis, 
Chuck Waxberg, Mark Chandler, 
David Conyers, Mitch 
Mooneyham, Roger Mailery, Paul 
Gabriel, Leah Knox, Bill Rubino 





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Hottcim, I>. to R.: .Ian Hajducko. (lertrude Smalls, 
(Icri Overstreet, Pamela Colloii. First low: Carol 
luisiii. Hecra Smith. Lori Hithmaii. Kathy Warner, 
Donna Nawrocki. I.ia Barth. Marcia Murto. Michele 
Otiilvie. Pam Kennedy. Sei'ond row: Ksther 
Robinson, Mirella Martinez, Petie Haxter. Kathv 
X'andenberg, Debbie Hutches, Ivoiine Lopez. Zullv 
^'idi. Thanh Nha 'Phi Vo. 



KENNEDY 



P'ront row. L. to R.: Mitch Rubin. Wayne Diz, 
Nasser Farhid, Chris Soto, Mike Buda, Dave 
Rogello, Rick Essman, Randy Kwisl. Hack row: 
Brett Binns, Rashid Almazroui, Leo Dumas. Maik 
Malone, Abdulla Alamri, Roberto Lkuh. (!eor>4e 
Scheld, Brad Bolton, Scott Flexer. 'Lim O'Sullivan, 
Matt Pickens, Lee Weixelbaimi, Mike (iilmartin. 
And Honorable Mention to: Phil Adams, Todd 
Baker, Bill Vickers. Kd Boyle, Mark Capiio. 





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From bottom left to ?: Sally Thomas, Jesse Johnstone, Mindi Merz, 
Sue Pesta, Pete Kane, Edi Wild, Mike Mann, Peter Conlon, Akira 
Tanaka, Larry Smith, Syd Johnson, David "Boze" Naylor, Frank 
Martinez, Bill Burns, Tim Carroll, David Wilhoyte, Gail Sleepless, 
Steve Smith, Julie Gable, Patricia Monroy, Minou Mehrassa, Cheryl 
Chambers, Shadow, Pupsy, Alexander. 




BERKELEY 



Top, L to R: Barbara Mowry, Toni Bacconi, Melody 
Cass, Pete Morales, Gigi Masterman, Becky Coster, 
Rodney Chamberlain, Michael Pallard, David Owens, 
Lori Matossian, Gregg Leritz. Bottom: Andrea Noyes, 
Kathy Roberts, Sharon Payne, Jean Crum, Cindy 
Johnson, Gabrielle Aldrich, Farzan Yazdanparas, Joe 
Grusano, Jeff Roess, Anne Hradesky, Nadir Radji, 
Joe Ojea. 



JAMES 



Top, L to R: Tom Reid, John Puryear III, Andy Harshman, 
David Graham, W.T., Mark Newton, Dan Chesnut. Bottom: 
Dan Billard, Pete Hopkins, Al Sidlowski, Tim Broeseker, 
Mark Marotto, Dennis Mulligan, Steve Vespia, Mike Mann, 
Ed Prevatte, Jeff Smowton, Reid Isenhart, Rick Speidel, Tom 
Marion. 




MURPHY'S LAW 

If anything can go wrong, it will. 



Corollaries: 



1. Nothing is as easy as it looks. 

2. Everything takes longer than you think. 

3. If there is a possibility of several things going 
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Petie Baxter 

Layout 



Ralph Marino 
Editor 

Jonathan Keeton 

Art 



Richard Barrero 
Asst. to Editor, Sports 



Mark Squires 
Photography 



Mark Wolfe 
Photography 

also 
Julie Smith - Treasurer, Asst. to Editor 
Steve Forman - Photography 



cover design by 
Jonathan Keeton 

lettering by 
Margaret R. Rigg 



Some Photographs by: 
Keith Henty 
Keith Karasic 
David Ord 
THIMBLERIG 
Sally Thomas 



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John Garcia 

Greg Lawson 

Peter Meinke 

John Sanders 

various & sundry others 




My supermarket is bigger than your supermarket That's 
what America's all about. Nowhere am I happier, 
nowhere am I more myself. In the supermarket, there 
you feel free. Listen: the carts roll 
on their oiled wheels, the cash register sings 
to the Sound of Music, the bagboys are unbearably polite I 
Everywhere there are lies, but in the supermarket we speak 
truth. The sallow young man by the corn starch bumps my 
cart, I tell him. There are always two brothers. One is 
hardworking, serious. The other is a natural athlete, he 
seduces Priscilla Warren whom the older brother loves, and 
then abandons her. Yes cries the sallow young man, 

my god yes! Everywhere there are lies, I lie to my classes, 

1 say. Eat this poem. Eat that poem. Good for you. 
I say. Sonnets have more vitamins than villanelles, 
I give green stamps for the most vivid images. 

But in the supermarket truth blows you over like a clearance 
sale. I meet Mrs. Pepitone by the frozen fish, dark circles 
under her eyes. I tell her. If we had met 16 years earlier 
in the dairy section perhaps, everything would have been 
different. Yes! Mrs. Pepitone cracks a Morton pie in her bare 
hands, lust floods the aisles, a tidal wave, everyone staring 
at everyone else with total abandon; Mr. Karakis has 
grabbed the bakery girl by the buns! Outside, the lies 
continue. We lie in curch, we say 
Buy Jesus and you get Mary free. If you have faith 
you can eat pork, dollar a chop. 
We give plaid stamps for the purest souls. 



I meet Sue Morgan by the family-sized maxi-pads. Or 

is it mini-pads?- Or is it mopeds? In the supermarket 

everything sounds like everything else. I tell her. 

You can see azaleas even in the dark, the white ones 

glow like the eyes of angles. I tell her. Azaleas 

are the soul of the South, you kill all azaleas 

Jimmy Carter will shrivel up like a truffle. Yes, 

she exclaims. Hallelujah! And still the lies 

pile up on the sidewalk, they're storming 

the automatic doors. Mr. Hanratty the manager throws 

himself in front of the electronic beam, he knows this means 

he will be sterile forever, but the store comes first: 

the lies retreat to the First National Bank 

where they meet no resistance. Meanwhile, 

in the supermarket I am praising truth-in-advertising 

laws, I am trying to figure the exact price per ounce, 

the precise percentage of calcium propionate. And 

for you, my tenderest darling, to whom I always return 

laden with groceries, I bring Spaghetti-O's and chocolate 

kisses, I tip whole shelves into my cart, the bagboys 

turn pale at my approach, they do isometric excercises. 

But I know this excess is unnecessary, 

I say. My friends, think Small, use the 8-item line, who 

needs more than 8 items? All you really need is 

civility, honesty, courage, and 5 loaves of whole wheatberry 

bread. Listen friends, Life is no rip-off, the oranges are full 

of juice, their coloring the best we can do, why do you think 

we live so long? So long! 

My dear friends, the supermarket is open. Let us begin. 



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As you probably know, the 1978 "LOGOS" was the first 
yearbook in many years for Eckerd College. (You know 
now, anyway.) With very few members of an already 
sparse staff working very hard, we barely made the 
deadlines for each section. Ralph Marino, the dedicated 
senior with an idea, and myself, the aspiring freshman 
with a little initiative, got it together with a little help from 
our friends — Petie Baxter, Jonathan Keeton, Julie Smith 
and Janine Ley, Mark Wolfe, Mark Squires, and others 
who submitted their photos, ideas, and labor. We hope 
you liked the yearbook's size and somewhat "free style" 
format. We thought a bit of change of pace would be nice. 
I suppose having a yearbook is itself a change of pace for 
Eckerd College. 



This supplement is an attempt to bring you some of the 
main events that happened in the spring after our last 
deadline for the main yearbook. Because of the limited 
yearbook budget, the size of the supplement had to also be 
limited and some events and things had to be left out. I 
apologize to anyone who may have been missed in the 
pages of the supplement (or the yearbook itself). Although 
I have put this supplement together by myself (Did I say 
freshman with initiative or sheer determination?), I would 
like to thank Steve Foreman for his photographic 
assistance and, also, Karen Leder and Tim Storm for their 
photos. It's been hectic, but I enjoyed it and will be doing 
it again next year. Please HelplI I need you're assistance 
and support. Now, you can all join in with me and say, 
"Thanks, Ralph, for a wonderful yearbook." Thank You 
for your support! 



Your Supplement Editor, 
Richard Barrero 





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