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Title: The rattler
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 32 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University
Publisher: Florida A&M University
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: 1983
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    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
    Title Page
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    From the editor's desk
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    Rattlerism
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    Administration
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    Sports
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I11 fight and win what'er the battle be
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FAM-U! FAM-U! FAM-U! I love thee!

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Thy love shall stay them in the strife.

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God ever keep us true to thee;
Thy faith that truth shall make men free.
Shall guide thy loyal sons aright
And fend them thru' the skeptic night.


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Dear Rattlers.

This edition of the "Rattler" means more than the space on this page would allow. Each page
represents a long struggle for "success" despite the odds." It has indeed been a dedicated
fight to bring you a year worth remembering.

Reflecting to the days when "a good plow" was passed from share cropper to son, the family
heirloom from mother to daughter, with the plea for greater growth and prosperity, it is easy
to see that this tradition still exists.

Today that "good plow" takes the form of computer discs and microscopes to be passed on
to the astronauts and scientists of the future.

This years' theme "Rattlerism Portraits of Excellence" is dedicated to yesterday's
sharecroppers, today's working mothers, and tomorrow's leaders. It defines the composition of
a Rattler in mind, body and spirit embedded into the unique Rattler experience.

We chose no formal dedication of this edition, because it is dedicated to you, the entire FAMU
student body and alumni for you have endured this very struggle and have been incorporated
into the essence of Rattlerism.

This book is a portrait of myself, my dreams, and ambitions. But more importantly, it is a
portrait of you, Portraits of Excellence.

Sincerely,



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MISS FAMU & THE ROYAL COURT


MISS FLORIDA A & M UNIVERSITY:
TERRI JARMIN
MISS JUNIOR ATTENDANT:
KARLA KNIGHT
MISS SOPHOMORE ATTENDANT:
WILLIE DAWKINS


ABOVE: Karla, Terri and Willie glitter for the
camera after Homecoming Coronation cere-
monies. LEFT: The three FAMU beauties are
pictured in the official university photo.
OPPOSITE PAGE: Miss FAMU and her court
waves to the cheering fans during the
Orange Blossum Classic Parade.


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HELPING ONE ANOTHER.


One of the most valuable
offices on campus is The
Counseling Center. In
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students with coping with
college stress, academic
counseling, and over-all
advisement, by qualified
professionals it also offers
counseling and advice from
trained students. The Peer
Counselors, as they are
called, are available for
helping students with a
variety of problems that
occur in their every day
lives.


HELPING ONE ANOTHER: During one of their
many activities, Peer Counselors, James
New and Phyllis Datzler test each other's
stress levels during The Stress Fair Seminar.


After having her own stress level tested, Phyllis
administers the test to Political Science Professor, Dr
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Left: Anthony Poole records test results. Right: Mia Marshall gives
a stress test to Nigerian student Michael Ohai. Below counselors
Daune Pace and La Metria Freeman prepare a tasty dish during the
Counseling Center's awards banquet. Mia Marshall receives an
award of achievement from Dr. Barbara Barrett.


Counseling Center administrators: Dr. Barbara Barrett and
Terrell Freeman.


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Team


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Record 6-5


Opponent
Morris Brown
Del. State
Grambling
Howard
Jackson State
Albany State
S.C. State
Alcorn A & M
N.C. A &T
Southern U.
B.C.C.


FAMU-OPP
27-0
39-23
21-43
62-3
14-15
48-0
19-21
13-23
35-7
21-24
29-14


HEAD COACH
Rudy Hubbard


DEFENSIVE ENDS: Front (I to r) Tony Hayes, Coach Hodge,
Alonso Johnson, Back (I to r) Emery Hamilton, Rufus Lang,
Wayne Wright; Adee Farmer, Phillip Smith


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RECEIVERS & QBs: Front (I to r) James Simpkins, Billy
Kounce, Middle (I to r) Mike Kelly, Javaro Sims, Billy Wilson,
Mike Smith, Raymond Bordley, Lewis Bennett, Anthony
Carter, Standing (I to r) Ray Alexzander, Roland Mims, Carl
Williams, Coach, Harold Vinson, Willie Harper, Coach
Orlando.


RUNNING BACKS: Front (I to r) Dwayne Webb, Frank
Middleton, Emery Collier, Archie Jones, Willie Daniels,
Standing (I to r) Melven Middleton, Lester Axson, Charles
Bevel, Coach James, Preston Christie, Curtis (Lu-Lu) Burns.


Defensive Backs: Front (I to r) Nathaniel Trigg, Billy Rolle,
Coach Mungen, Sam Bronson, Dorsey Hutchenson, Standing
(I to r) Zack Richards, Rod Dawson, Norman Rollins, Henry
Harris, Tony Carrol, Don Jefferson, Steve Smith, Mike
Calahand, Dwayne Dristol.


LINEBACKERS: Front (I to r) John Benson, Coach Bogen,
Erwin Wright, Standing (I to r) Darryl Drew, Joel Davis, Willie
Brown, Ted Davis, Tyrone Kesler.


DFEENSIVE LINE: Front (I to r) Eddie McDowell, Coach
Amos, Joseph Thompson, Hiram Hargrove, Standing (I to r)
Robert Dollar, George Strickland, R.C. Eason, Bruce
Johnson, Andrew Chavers.


OFFENSIVE LINE: Front (I to r) Mike Bruce, Mike Herns,
Todd Williams, Danny Anderson, Max Purcel, Van Wilson,
Middle (I to r) Phillip Jones, Herman Hargret, Authur
Franklin, Persey Griffin, Alonzo Moore, Standing (I to r)
Nathaniel Newton, Mike Pinkett, Romirez Poole, Horace
Thompkins, No name given, Rufus Brown.


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Scores


At University of South Florida ............. 77-94
At Marquette University .....................58-91
Edward Waters College .....................90-70
At Florida State University ................ 79-81
Georgia State University ..................... 71-85
Tennessee Tech University .................77-90
Alcorn State University ......................65-67
At University of New Orleans .............. 67-87
At University of Michigan ...................49-83
At University of Detroit ......................66-87
At Tennessee State University ..............74-70
University of Maryland-Estn Shr .............79-74
South Carolina State College .................81-69
North Carolina A & T State U. ............. 59-57
At Delaware State College .................49-58
At U. of Maryland-Eastern Shore .............88-92
At Howard University .................... 70-74
Delaware State College ..................... 59-62
Howard University ........................ 76-78 ot
Bethune-Cookman College ................... 65-61
Albany State College .......................79-81
At North Carolina A & T State ..............67-94
At South Carolina State ................ 104-105
Flagler College ............. .......... 102-75
At Bethune-Cookman College ................60-70
Tennessee State University ..................62-66
At Alcorn State University ................... 60-83
Maryland Eastern Shore ..................... 71-73


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NUMERICAL ROSTER


Name
ROOSEVELT HARPER..........
MERVIN JONES ...................
ERIC WILSON ................
RENFROE CARR .................
KENNETH PARKER ..............
ANTHONY SHEFFIELD.........
PARIS DRAIN ....................
HARRY KEMP ...................
DOUGLAS COOK .................
ANTHONY LIGHTBOURN ..........
WILL CARL RIGGINS...............
JEREMY MARTIN ...............
JEFFREY McKENZIE ..............
STEVE MOORE ..................
MICHAEL TOOMER ...............
LARRY BRONER ................


POS HT.


WT. EXP.
165 2
175 2
165 1
187 1
180 2
170 1
174 1
185 4
185 1
180 4
197 3
196 1
175 2
185 3
195 3
194 3


HOMETOWN (High School)
... Frosi proof (Frostproof HS)
... Gairnesville (Eastside HS)
... We it Palm Beach (Twin Lakes HS)
.. Oc da (Forest HS)
... Tailahassee (Florida HS)
... Daytona Beach (Mainland HS)
.. Jacksonville (Ribault HS)
.. Jacksonville (Sandalwood HS)
... Avon Park (Avon Park HS)
.. Nassau, Bahamas
.. Albany, Ga. (Monroe HS)
... Daytona Beach (Seabreeze HS)
.. Sarasota (Sarasota HS)
... Detroit, MI (NE Highland Park)
... Fort Pierce (Central HS)
... Albany, Ga. (Monroe HS)


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11-11-11
12-12-12
13-23-23
15-15-15
20-20-20
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24-24-24
25-25-25
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SCORES FAMU
Tuskegee 81
Edward Waters 88
Mercer 78
Tampa 74
Edward Waters 87
Stetson 85
Savannah State 85
Bethune-Cookman 64
Southern Illinois 56
Georgia Southern 67
Montclair State 50
Florida State 60
South Carolina State 66


OPPONENT
93
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53
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69
71
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Miami
Tampa
South Florida
South Florida
Bethune-Cookman
Florida State
North Carolina A & T
South Carolina State
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Howard
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Orchestra Conducted by: John H. Daniels
Musical Direction by: Vernon L. Smith
Choregraphed by: Beverly Barber
Charles Winterwood Theatre Feb. 9-12, 17-19, 24-26, 1983




right: Temolynne White (Dorthy)
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Delta Sigma Theta's Spring
line of distinction
"Nobody Can be You But You"


top: The pallbears of Alpha Phi Alpha
bring in a deceased Spinxman for his
last rites before he becomes an
Alpha.


Kappa Alpha Psi explodes with
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1983 SPRING ELECTIONS

Each spring the student body must select h 4i
representatives and officials for the upcoming school
year. Students who wish to obtain a position must
declare that candidacy and campaign for voters.


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Preparing posters, flyers, pool parties, beer bashes,
and other activities are some of the means by which
hopefuls attempt to gain support.






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The campaign parade is an
event in which both
candidates and students look
forward to. For the
candidates it is one more
chance to put on a good
show, for the students it is
not only an opportunity to
get a closer look at who is
running, but a chance to
catch some tasty treats!


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Adams, Troy


Amaro, Frank


Anderson, Mark


Bacon, Eula Badequin, Jose


Battle, Justine


Allen, Maria


Black, Phyllis






















Alphansus, Okwereny


Aneke, Joseph O.


Baker, Dorthene


Asbey, Renee


Ballou, Patricia


Bolanson, Adeshina


Ajileye, Issac


Beate, Jackie





















Borders, Aileen Breakley, Kim


Broxton, Herman Bryant, Brenda


Corbitt, Francis


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Core, Marcia




















Browwing, Bertha Brown, William


Campbell, Amelia


Carr, Victor Carter, Janice D.


Coleman, Shelbonnie


Davis, Roosevelt Davis, Tangela


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Brown, Lisa Brown, Zenobia


Council, Anita Cowart, Grace





















Ferguson, Asa


Forchton, Vashtye


Ford, Demtria Foster, Glen


Garba, Sayyed


Grace, Dawn


Graylon, Ford


Gray, Sharon


Green, Lillian


Harris, Sylvester Hatcher, Quentin


Dean, Bryon


Dunbar, Paul


Farmer, Lila


Hicks, Tival


Hamilton, Brina





















Flemming, Jeff


Gasper, Letra


Gordon, Moralenn


Green, Michelle


Green, Veronica


Griffin, Susan


Hall, Cynthia


Higgs, Andrea House, Kenneth Howard Tonya Howard, Renee


Forbes, Amelia























Hurst, Pamela


Jacques, Raphael


Jones, Lela


Ingram, Wanda

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Johnson, Cheryl


Jones, Michael


Jackson, Kerry


Johnson, Ester


King, Dwayne


Jacobs, Nathaniel


Johnson, Joyce


King, Imogene


Laearence, Brenetta


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Lathney, Herbert


Kirsey, Otis


Kitchen, Mary
























Martin, Marshalle McGhee, Deborah


Mckinney, Christopher


Leonard, Gail Leonard, Fernando


Mitchell, Ron


Martin, James


McKee, Sweetie





















Moore, Charles Muse, Mark


Norfleet, Russel


Orellana, Mathew


Lanitha, Perry Prescott, Valerie


Richardson, Joeanna


Moberly, Casslena


Moody, Lester


Pratt, Amnelia


Ragins, Joseph


Richardson, Gregory





















Richardson, Sharon Rivers, Jo Robinson, Anthony Rolls, Teresa


Saunders, Kim Saunders, Phillip Saunders, Sandra Simone, Sharon



























Sule, Alabi Sule, Danbaba


Tango, Modugo


Taylor, Priscilla


Templeton, Dwight Terry, Charisse Saunders, Remelda


Smith, Essie


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Thomas, Mike Ojo- Thompkins, Linda Thompson, Eddie


Tollever, Gina


Turner, Cathy


Wade, Rosalyn


Vinson, Murell


Turner, Terry




















White, Wayne Williams, Carrie


Williams, Jerry Williams, JoAnne


Williams, Rodney


Williams, Richard


Williams, Terrence


Wright, Micheal D.


Williams, Gerald Williams, Jerry


Wingfield, Valerie






SENIORS .
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... MOVING OUT IN '83
MAKING ROOM
FOR '84!!.


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THE MANY FACES
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They're the ones with eyes that glisten and
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The Many Faces Of A
Rattler ..


They are the faces that radiate with a feeling of
pride as they set off into a world that they are
destined to conquer. Their smiles overcome all
obstacles that might temporarily obstruct their
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The Many Faces Of A True Rattler ...


They are the ones with eyes that bubble
with new knowledge, mesmerizing and
confident. Their hearts contain the
dreams and their minds hold the goals
of future generations. They are proud,
loving, intelligent, arrogant, dangerous,
elusive and full of life.







THE FLORIDA CLASSIC
TAMPA STADIUM, TAMPA,
FLORIDA
FAMV VS BETHUNE COOKMAN
TAMPA, FLORIDA, NOV. 20, 1982













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