Florida Southern College - Interlachen Yearbook (Lakeland, FL)

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Wooster College: A.M., Yale Uni- versity. siii:lhv cii.vinvicK Instructor in English . .B.. Vantkrliilt I ' nivcrsity. CHARLES AMZI . . ()V Professor of Romance Languages . .B.. Drake L ' nivcrsity; Ph.D.. University if Iowa. RUFUS rilO.M.XS COR.Xia.lUS .Issislant Professor of Latin and Sl anish . .B. and . .M.. N ' andcrliilt University. MILDKi:!) M ■s .i i;i)M ;n .■ .H.. Birniinghain-Sonlhern College. I I I I I I I I ._ 5 — o— 0- — 0—0— ■ " •- ._.o— c -o— «o —o— —■= — I I I I I I I I I A V I I I I Page Tu ' citty 0 " I I I I c I I I I I I I I I I JntfrtarWn jt -4 — o — - — — o — o —o — o — o — o- - — o — o — o — o I I Pnge SAMUEL GVWXN COE Professor of History A.B. and A.M.. Wasliington and Lee ; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins. GEORGE FRAXKLIX SCOTT Instructor of History A.B., Middle Georgia College; Graduate Student, Vanderbilt L ' niversitv. MAURICE MULVAXLA. Professor of Biology B.S., Western Xormal : LS.. L ' niversity of Tennessee: Ph.D.. L ' niversity of Wis- consin. ROBERT STEWART BLY Professor of CIteiiiislry B.S.. Stetson University ; A.M., Colum- bia University : Ph.D., Xorthwestern Uni- versitv. WOODY CHARLES MARSHALL Professor of Economics A.B. and AM., Indiana Universitv. — o — s - Twcnty-one »— O—O— O—O— o— ' —o — O—O —o—o—o—o —o o—o ♦ ♦ ♦ 4- - 1 J. X. !. h artirn o— o— o— o— o — o — - — : — HEXRY CLAY VAXCE Instructor in Journalism OSBORNE WILLIAMS Professor of Psychology A.D.. Transylvania College; Ph.D.. cago University. Chi- GRACE ELEAXOR M.REVXOLDS Professor of Education A.B.. Maryville College: Graduate Work. University of Tennessee and Columbia Uni- versity. OLIX BOGGESS Professor of Greek and Biblical Literature A.B.. ' anderl)ilt L ' niversity : B.P., Drew Theological Seminary. JOMX Ki:iTii i;i:xTox Professor of Religious F.Jucation A.R.. Birmingham - Southern College: MA. and B.O.. Aale University. .MARY MARGUERITE. WILLS Professor of Stieeeli A.M.. University of Illinois: M.A.. Xortli- we tern L ' niversity School of Speech. I I I I I I I I I I I c I I I I I o—o— r —o—-z Page Twenty-two I I I I I I c I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I Page — o — r — : — — o— o— o — o — o — c» — o — o — = — o — o — LOUIS ALBERTI Professor of 1 ' oicc and Theory of Mks: A.B. and A.M.. Metropolitan College " i Copenhagen : Pupil of Johann Bathold_ and Sextus Miscow. ALBERT GREGORY ' REDEXBURG Professor of Piano and I ' iolin Diploma from Syracuse L ' niversity if Music : Graduate Work in Piano. Georist A. Parker and Fredericli Sliailer Evan- : Graduate Work in Violin, William Schult i and Clifford Schmidt: Graduate Work m Theory, Perrv Gottschius. LOUISE AMAXDA REXICK Instructor in Piano Diploma from Cincinnati College Music: Graduate ' ork. Seidel School Music. VELMA HOLLIXGSWORTH Instructor in I oice F..M.. Brenau College. MARIOX PECK THOMAS Instructor in I ' iolin Detroit Conservatory of Music. LOIS PAULIXE ELLIS Instructor in Piano A.B. and A.M.. W ' esleyan College. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I c I I I I I I I I I I Twenty-three 4lnifriartirn — : — z — o — o- -o — o— z —o—o — o — — - - I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I i I c I I I I I I JA. li:S RAYMOND 11AVC;001) Director of Athletics A.B,. Vaiulerbilt University. JOHN ' Pi:VTO AXDEKSOX Instructor in Miithciiiatics, I-rcshinnii Coach A.B., Hendrix College: (IradualL- Work. L ' niversitv of Illinois. MAKV KA riii.:-:i-:. tl ' r.xkr Instructor in I ' hysiciil Education K.S.. Pcahody ColK-ge ; Graduate Work. ( . ihnnb ' a University. ( " iLAOA B. WALKER Instructor in Art A.P... Louisiana Polytechnic Institute; (iraduate Work. University of Chicago. TllF.LMA HALL Instructor in Household Arts B.S.. Southern College; Graduate Work. Colnmliia Universitv. MAKV CAROLINE ILMN Instructor in Household Science B.S., Cjeorge Peahody College for Teach- rs : Graduate Work, University of Wis- ■nsiu. V I I I I I I I { f 1 I I I I l 1 1 I I I I I I I u ,— o- - 0--0— o- — O— O — O— ! ■ — O — I I Page Twenty-four • - -• V I I I I I I I I I I I I I I — o — - WALTER t)Mi:K ROPP Bursay West Virginia University. CORA MORTON HENDERSON Instructor in Business AdministrattDn M.E.L.. Westmoreland College: Gradnate Work. George Peabody College for Teach- ers and University of Texas. PAULINE JERNIGAN Dietitian LOUISE HELMKAMPF Instructor in Public Scliool Music and Matron of Hall for U ' onicn Chicago School of Modern Methods in Music and Northwestern University. JESSIE L. BANKS Matron of Porniitory for Men CLARA Y. COX Matron of Dormitory for Men I rage ,_ : _ ._ _ — — _0»— — - - — - — —-0 — -0 — — — — Twetttv-tJ7-c — O— 0 ! A utographs I I I I I I I I I I I I i I I I I c I - •c — O— O— O— O— O— O— • — o- I Page Twenty -six , . . ♦•• 9 4 . " i ■«. ' ■: i. K • JntfrtarWn -o — o — o— o— o — o — o— o— o — o — o — o — «r - I 1 I I I I I 1 I a) 1 1 1 I " JOSEPH AUGUSTL S lOI.I. President Class of ' 2 " ] H.S. I (• 1 A V 1 I c I ' o— o—o— — o Senior ( luss Honor I ' iolJ l.i cii.M-. (Rodman Aluri Crosih M l( ( i l I WlKlli I ' l I I I l N liTTA ( iRAL AlAA INl; ()l NT. I I I I I I I I I I h I i I I « _o_ o — o. — c — o—o-o—o-o— o—o— « — : -o— " _o_o-oJ Page Twenty-eight I I I I I i I I I I A V Jntfrlnrtirn . — o — o — o —o — o — o- »— o — s — : ' — — O- .MARV GATEWOOD PUI.LIAM, A.H. Lakeland, Florida " Of tine I icill hfliive tluit thou hast a mind tliat suits ivith this, thy jair anil outivai ' l character. " Epsilon Lambda Sigma, Vice-President, ' 24, Essayist, ' 25, President, ' 25 ; Cap- tain Canoe Team, ' 26, ' 27; Winner Singles Races, ' 24, ' 2b Cheer Leader, ' 25, ' 26; ' Quartette, ' 25; Mixed Choral Club, ' 24, ' 27; Southern Staff, ' 25, ' 2b: Interlachen Staff, ' 2b, ' 27; Vagabonds, ' 27: Salmagundi Club, ' lb; French Club, ' 2b, ' 27: Pan- Hellenic Council, ' 2b, ' 27; President, ' 26; Kappa Gamma Tan. SAMUEL ALSTGN BANKS, A.B. Lakelaxd, Fl(IKI1 " The purest treasure iiiortid times afford is spotless reputation. " Philomathean President, " 25; Baseball, ' 2,?; Basket-ball, ' 23, ' 24, ' 25; Football Squad, ' 24, ' 23; Football Manager, ' 2b; Canoe Team, ' 24, ' 25; Captain Tennis Team, ' 24, ' 27; Men ' s Singles, ' 24, ' 25; Men ' s Doubles, ' 25; S. L A. A. Contest- ant, ' 2b, ' 27; Letter Men ' s Club; Southern Club; President Beta lu. ' 2b, ' 27. Page Twenly-mjic I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ' —o—o—o—o — o—o—o—o— 0—0— o -o— 0—0 o o—o—o o— : ' -■ J. i. -il Jntprlariirn y — : — o — o — o — o- -O— O — O— C3-— O — O — o- I A V I I I 1 I LAMAR l.oriSK LlRin ' . . . Miami, I- ' i.orida " To smt llic .iiicc .v ' s ' ucct f ' liil ' jsn liy. " F.psildri l.aniliil:i Siiima : CluiittT Monilx-r lau Sij iiia l,itcr;u Society. ici ' - I ' rcsidcnt. ' 2(1; Hliic Canoe ' I ' cam, ' 24, ' 27: 1 iilcrlailicii Staff, " as. ' 2b: ' I ' aii Alpha Kpsilon, ' 25; French Club, ' 2(1; Art L ' luli. ' 27; i ' hildsoplu-rs ' Club, ' 27; Frisiilent History Club, " 27: Kappa (lamnia I au. WILLIAM I DWARI) lU IIRMAN, U.S. Sa 1 ' (1RII, i- ' l (IRU) " (■ is cornfilclr in ivtitiirr iiiul in iiiiiid. ai li nil i; ' i ' j;l rinc In i;niir 11 ;i ' iitlviiiiiii. Phi Siiima Literary Societ : Captain Swimininii Team: Winner Canoe Sinj les, ' 2s; Male Quartette; Chorus; X ' auabotuls : Alpha I ' lii i ' .psilon ; Southern Club; I ' rcsidcnt Intcr-I ' raternity Council; I ' i Kapp.i !• rateriiit . o—o— j -o— ..o — - ' — 0—0 — 0—0—0-0—0—0—0- — ' T C - ' — --. O I I I I I I I A V I h Pngc Thirty k - ... • »- _•- tr .- ;.• .- , 4 — — o —o — o — o — o — o—o — o — ■c? — o — o- I I I c I I I I I I I I } I ) I I I I I I I I I I I I ELOISK HARKNESS CAR , A.H. Fairfield, Alabama " But for your zvorils. they rah the Hybla bees iiritl leiive them linneyless. " Birmingham-Southern College, ' 24, ' 25; Pi Gamma Mu Fraternit. ; Private Secretar to the President. LEONARD SA.MLEL FOSUICK, B.S. Chagrix Falls, Ohio " The liill of null is hy Ins reason sH ' iiyeil. " College of Wooster, ' 24, ' 23; Philomathean Literary Society: Southern Club; Pi Kappa Fraternity. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Poge — 0- Ss- — 0—0 — — Thirty-Otic o— 0—0— 0—0— 0—0— 0—0— 0—0-0 —0—0—0—0—0—0 ' ■ » % ' i. 11 I: o — o — - — o — o— o — o — o — o — o— o — o — o_ r — «o NKT ' IA CA.MI ' HKI.I. (iRAd. A.H. Tami ' a, 1 ' " i.()Rii)a " Js sii ' eet (iiiil niusufil is hri lil .1 pri lu ' s lii i . strung; tiilli his hair. Sigma Di-lta l.itciar Socictx , I ' rcsiili ' iit, ' 27; . ' . C A. Cabinet; Girls ' Stu- dent Council, ' 26, ' 27: Interlaihen Staff, ' ih, ' 27; Secrctarv |- " riin h Club, ' 27: Salmasiundi Club, ' 2(1 ; Kappa (lanima Tau Fratcrnit . 1:1.1.1s l . RK CRKIN, A.H, P.M.ATKA, I ' l.oUIDN " I ' lr siK ' h IS I mil ill Irm lorcrs in. Pbi Sif;ma Literary Socictv , I ' rcsiili-nt, ' 26, Orator; .Manafzer of Mitistrel; Football, ' 24, ' 25, ' 26; Hasket-ball, ' 24., ' 25; Captain Track Teani : I-ctliMmen ' s Club; Inlerl iihin Staff, ' 27; .Mixed Cborus ; Southern (. ' lub; .Alpha I ' hi ilpsilon ; Rcta .Mu I ' ' raternit . I c I I I I A V I I ( I I A V I I I — o— o— -O— J Pii c Thirty-two Jntrrlarlirn I c f I I A y 1 1 I } —O — r — C:- — O — O —O — O — O — O o—o—o—o — o LUCILE FRANCIS GODMAN, A.B. Fort M ers, Florida " ii ii surf my love ' s iiinrc ponderous than my tongue. " Sigma Delta Literary Society, Essayist, ' ab ; White Canoe Team, ' 24- ' 27 ; Girls ' Student Council, ' 26, President, ' 27; Salmagundi Club, ' 25; V. W. C. A. Cabinet; Blue Ridge Delegate, ' afa ; Associate Editor of Southern ; Interlachen Staff, ' 27 ; Pan- Hellenic Council, ' 27; Pi Gamma Mu Fraternity; Charter Member Phi Delta Fraternitw ROY McAFFIE LOTT, A.B. Miami, Florida " dure do all that may become a man: icho dares do more is none. " Philomathean Literary Society, Vice-President, ' 25, President, ' 2fa ; Baseball, ' 23; Football, ' 24, ' 2s, ' 26; Canoe Team, ' 24; Captain Tennis Club, ' 25; Winner Men ' s Doubles, ' 25; Lettermen ' s Club; President Student Body, ' 26; President Southern Club, ' 27; Beta Mu Fraternit). I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 4 I I r Page Thirty — o- ■three •— o—o- — 0—0— 0-0— 0—0-0— 0—0— 0-0 -o_o_o_ I I o— o— o ' I i 1 : | 1 I I I I I I I 1 I I I I 1 1 Jnipt aril en -o—o—o—o — o o — o— o— o— o— o — o — o— o — 1 MINNIi: MAK SWKAI ' , A.M. J . Kiu.. M). Florida " . g ' ltUn iiiiiiil y ijops ii ' il In sli ' tus ' it Iross. Wcsleyan Collt-Rc-, ' 24; Fpsilon Lambda Sitima I.itrrar Sotictv ; lUui- Canoe Team, ' 25, ' 26; Salmafjunili Club, ' 26: Pan-Hi-lk-nic Council: Nu Tan Heta Fra- ttrnitv. DI-: VF. .1. M ' )()M R, H.S. I ' l.wr C " ii . Fi()Rn) " Snlhini; l iauius hi ' ii ill ihiil Sir uuiilil aril. Phi Si ma I itcrary Society, Seeretary. ' Freasurer, Artorru- , President: Football, ' 24- ' 27 ; ' I ' ennis Club ' I ' ournanient. ' 2 . ' 2(1: Mlue Canoe ' learn. ' 24, ' 2s: Class N ' iie- Presidcnt, ' 2i: Histor Club; Freruh Club: .Alpha Phi i:i) ili)n and Iheta Kapp.i Psi Fraternities. I 1 I I I 1 . o— o— -0-— o— r - _0— O— tr -«c---c - ' C . o ' 0— — :: — ' I I I I ' ltge Thirty-four V % JntfrlarWn — o — o — o — o — o y I I EDITH HUMPHREY SCALLV, A.B. Tampa, Florida " ' provf more true than those nho have more enii iiiii; to he strani e. " Sigma Delta Literary Society, Secretan,-, ' 25 ; Honorary Memher Tau Sigma Literary Society, President, ' 2b ; White Canoe Team, ' 24- ' 27 ; Tennis Club, ' 2b ; Class Vice-President, ' 2b, ' 27; Girls ' Student Council, ' 26, ' 27: Southern Staff, " 26; Interlaehen Staff, ' 2b: ' . W. C. A. Cabinet, ' 25, ' lb. ' 27. Blue Ridge Delegate, ' 26, Vice-President, ' 27; Dramatic Club, ' 25; Salmagundi Club, ' 2b; Home Economics Club, ' 26; History Club, ' 27: Student Assistant in Histor , ' 27; Vice-President Pan- Hellenic Council, ' 27: Pi Gamma AIvi Fraternit : Charter Member Phi Delta Fra- ternit . ROBERT DAVID MITCHELL, B.S. Groveland, Florida " He icas a man, take him for all m all. " Philomathean Literary Society, President, ' 25 ; White Canoe Team, ' 25 ; Vaga- bonds ; Class President, ' 25, ' 26; President Student Body, ' 27; Exchange Editor of The Southern, ' 25, ' 2b; Southern Club; President Kpuorth League, ' 26; Inter-Fra- ternity Council, ' 27; Alpha Phi Epsilon ; Pi Gamma Mu and Beta Mu Fraternities s i I I I I I I J I I c I I I I I I I I I I I c I I I I I Pagi Thirty-tiie • — 0—0— 0—0— 0—0 - — O— O — o— o — o- : —o o- — —:» . I 1 I i I I I I ) I ) i I I Si — o — — «c» — o— o— o — o — o— o — o— r — o — o— r - ,— I 1 } .) i 1 ) I ) I I I I c EVKL -N HOl ' K WACiKR. A.H. Hill. IN, Al. li. M " lull juil nifiil sluill I drttul. ilr uig no liiongf " ]liiniin ;li;iiii-Southern College, ' 25; Sigma Delta Literary Socictv : Pi (lainma Mil and Phi Helta Fraternities. I 1 I I 1 1 AIAHll. Al. A IM. M)l NC;, A.H. L. KI-.I.. M), Fl.ORIlJA " Be !;re(il in act ns yon hnir hcen in lioni;hl. ' Reed C llcge, ' 24: Kpsiloii Lambda Sigma Literary S )ciet ; Histurj Club, " 27; French Club, ' 27. .o_ „o_o_ 0-0— 0—0— 0-0— 0—0— o— o— c — : —o— « PclKC Tliirlysix - » h I ' ' - ' Jntrrlarln ' n Sc ' : -o — ■ — 2 — o—o—o— : — — o- — o — =• — o — o- ' r p. 1 . I I I I I i I I I I I I I I 1 I I I VEDA WATSON, A.B. Fort ] Ieade, Florida ' j-Jn then end life ivhen I end loyalty. " Epsilon Lambda Sigma Literary Society : Blue Canoe Team, ' 24 : " V " . W. C. A. Scribbler ' s Club, ' 24; Salmagundi Club, ' 26; Pi Gamma Mu and Pbi Delta Fra- ternities. CHARLES FREDERIC HAEFLIXGER, H.S. De Lan ' d, Florida " He is the eoiirageous captain of compliiiients. " Phildniatliean Literary Society; Manager Football, ' 25, " 26; .Manager Basket- ball, ' 25, ' 2b; Canoe Team, ' 24, Coxswain, ' 25; Class President, ' 24; Southern Staff, ' 24, ' 25; Interlachen Staff. ' 27; Southern Club; Lettermen ' s Club; Beta Mu Fraternity. I I I 1 I I I I i Page — o — j _o- Thirty-sez-cH •— o— o— 3»— 0—0— 0—0— 0—0 —0—0— 0—0 —-O—O Cf—O - — ♦ ♦ 3(nterl?trlirn -T- o — -o — o — o — c — ■ -0—-0 — o — o—o — o — O— O— c — I ■ I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I , V I I I I ANNA KA ' llim N CII.KI ' A. A.H. Si ' . I ' i;ti;rshl Ri;, Florida " Y ' iir eyfs tire loilc-sliirs, iinil ynur tongues szi ' ci ' t iiir More tunable than liirk to shefylier fs eur. " SigiiKi Delta l.iti ' iary Society, St ' n ' tar , ' lU I ' l-niiis Club, ' iU: White L ' ano; ' Team, ' 27; ' 1. W ' . C. A.; Vice-President (liils ' Stiuienr Council, ' 27; French Cluh, Treasurer, ' 27; History Club, ' 27; Salnia uinli Cluh, Secretary, ' 26; Pan-Hellenic Council, ' 27; Pi (lanmia Mu ami Theta Pi Delta Fraternities. CORMNC FISK TO!. IK, .■ ,H. T wir , I ' l iiKU) " You hrire 11 ninihle ail: I lliink ludi iniule 0 .1 Icilnntn s heels. Asbury, ' i , Southern, ' 24; I ' .niorN liiiv (•r-.it , ' 2s; Southern, ' 2U. ' 27; Presiilent I ' hilomathcan, ' 26; Vice-President Alpha Phi Fpsilon, ' 27; ' ice- President X ' anabomls, ' 27; Assistant Editor Interliiehen. ' 2O, Kditor, " 27; Southern Staff, ' 2(), ' 27: Foot- bail, ' 24: Pi (laninia Mu and Beta Mu Fraternities. I I I I I I I I I I A V ( I I I c I I I I I I ' o- c — : -O— O — ■ — — " , ' ■ ,_0— O— O— «o — r, — o— -- — o— -i -o— ,.— - --— — Thirty-eight s % % I I I I 3(ntfriarhfn -o .- -o-o— o- = — o— o — ■ - :;;,— o — o o o — I I I I I I 1 1 I I I I I I I EVELYN B. BRIDGES, A.B. Coleman, Florida " He were not brim to sue. hut to coininand. Epsilon Lambda Sii;ma Literary Society: White Canoe Team, ' 25, ' 26, Coxswain, ' 27; Salmagundi Club, Vice-President, ' 2b. VIRCjINIA puckett Blackford, Virginia " A maid That furagom: description and wild fame. One that excels the quirks of blazoning pens. " Sigma Delta Literary Society ; White Canoe Team, ' 27 ; Y. W. C. A. ; Class Secretary and Treasurer, ' 27 ; Snap Shot Editor Interlachen, ' 27 ; Joke Editor South- ern, ' 27: Salmagundi Club, ' 2b; History Club, ' 27; Pan-Hellenic Council, ' 26, ' 27: Pi Gamma Mu Fraternity; Charter Member Theta Pi Delta Fraternity. I Page Thirl I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I c I I I c I I I I I — •— o— o— « •Hill I -o— o — 0—0— 0-0— 0-0— 0—0— o-o —o o—o- ■ I H ini rinthen — O — O — O — O — o— O— O— " O— O— O— O — " C — - — c — 1 I } I I I I I I I I 1 I 1 1 I I I ArARCARKT la.I.IOTT PARDrF,. H.S. Avox I ' ark, Fi.okida " For never tinytlimi; ctiii be imiss ;( ; shnplenesx (ind duty lender it. " Blue Ridge College, ' 24- ' 2(): Kpsilon l,;inibila Sigma Literary Society: W ' liito Canoe Team; Y. V. C. A.: F.iononn Cluli. JOHN lil RNARl) Mll.i.KR. A.H. Elsiis, Florida " liy. iheti the world ' s mine oyster. Ilhieh J nilli sjcord iiill ofien. " Phi Sigma Literary Society; Chorus; Lite Ser ice Hand, ' 23. 1 V I I r —o- 0—0—0—0— s — o- . — 3, — 0-0—0- — o— O— C — O — • ' • ' - ' , — 1 . PnRC Forty » l» - I I I I I I I I I I I I I I A I I I Jnterlarhcn - o—o—o—o—o—o—o—o- —o — o—o — o — o wy MARY ELIZABETH HAWLEY, A.B. Lakeland, Floriija " J good heart ' s north f;oltl. Epsilon Lambda Siiima Literar - Society; White Canoe Team; Salmagundi Club, ' 25; History Club: Vice-President ( Iceman, ' 2(3. ROBERT EUGENE SMITH, A.B. SE ■MORE, IXDIAXA " The man that hath no music in liimsclf . Nor is not moftul uith cjncord oi sweet sounds, Is fit for treason, stratagems and spoils. " Franklin College, ' 20, ' 21; Phi Delta Theta ; ' ' . M. C. A. Cabinet; Southern, ' 24- ' 27 ; Blue Canoe Team, ' 25; Winner Canoe Singles, ' 25; Quartette, ' 24, ' 25, ' 26; Boosters Club, ' 25, ' 27; Editor Interlachen, ' 2O : Southern Cluh, ' 27; Philomathean ; ] Iixed Chorus. I I I I I I I I I I I v ' I Page Forty-one c o —0—0—0—0—0—0—0—0—0—0—0—0-0 — o— o— — o— o— o ■. ■ .■■»-;- ' i I ' I I c ALDKi: jOSKl ' H CROSin. A.H. Lakeland, Fi.orioa " Slu ly is likr tlif heaven ' s gloriniis sii i. Tliiit nil nut he i itp-soirclu 1 uitli xiiiey loots. " Epsilon Lambda Sijznia l iti-rary Socict - ; Charter Member Taw Sigma Literary Society; Lakeland Hi :h Club: I ' i (lamma Mu Kraternit : I lii Delta P ' ratertiity. j( )SI I ' ll Al (11 Sll s roi.i.i . M.S. I ' MI ' , I ' l.ORlD.V " (■ litilh (I iliiily ludiily III his lile. Philoniathean Literary Society, V ' ice-l ' resiileiit, ' 25; Fnotball, ' l - ' lj: basket- ball, ' 25, Captain, ' zb- ' zj; Orchestra, ' 24- ' 27 ; Class Vice-1 ' resident, ' 2U: Class Presi- dent, ' 27: Southern Club; I ' residcnt Lettcrmen ' s Club, ' 2b; Boosters ' Club; Vaga- bonds; French Club; Student ' olunteer: President Alpha Plii i ' psilcm Debatinj: Fra- ternity; Heta Mu Fraternity. I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I ' 0-0— «= . o_o -o- 0-0—0-0- o- -o-o— ' — ' ' = ' = ' ' — I I Page Forty-two nUrlnthcn I I I I 1 I I I I I - - — O— ■o — o — : —o o- • —o — o — o — o — o- Hisfofy of Senior Qhiss I.N the fall of 1923 a iiroup of nc :uui inexperienced actors made their appear- ance on the Southern stage with the realization that in order to be principal characters on the greater Stage of Life they must first make a creditable show- ing in a pla ' of four acts called " College. " ACT I Characters : Freshmen This first act of the new play was not easy. There were more experienced actors on the stage and we felt that they looked down on us. Many and varied were our experiences as Freshmen. From the upper-classmen we obtained knowledge and wisdom that will never be erased from our minds. Soon we oriented ourselves to our new life and began to take part in all the college activities. Man events will lo ng be remembered by the members of this class. When the opening reception was held, throngs of visitors came to view the buildings on the campus. Then, there were the annual Hallowe ' en party, the Thanksgiving and George Washington dinners. Toward the latter part of the year the Old English May Festival was held on the lawn at the rear of the girls ' dormitory. At the close of our first year each Freshman was vitalh and activel) interested in Southern. ACT II Characters : Sophonujres With the second appearance on the stage the actors gained more confidence. How proud we were to let the world know that we were Sophomores and w ith what disdain we looked upon the new Freshmen! 1 he outstanding event of the year was the picnic that we gave for the Seniors at Kissenger Springs. ACT III Characters : Juniors By the beginning of the third act we had become more serious minded and felt that it was not as eas to be a good actor as we had believed. However, we were filled u ith pride, for we were now upper-classmen with all the privileges which that term implies. There are many occasions that will alwa s be remembered in connection with our Junior year. Can we ever forget that memorable day when our new President, Dr. Spive ' , was inaugurated with solemn and impressive ceremonies? Hundreds of I r ■J I I I I I I I I Page — «r — o — . — 0 • Forty-three - c —o —o— 0—0— 0—0— 0—0 —0—0 — o—o o o it 4mi?rlariirn . — o — o — -o— o— -o — o — o — o— o — o — o — o — r — o — people, including some of the most prominent men from all parts of the country, witnessed that scene. During the same year the jjreat " Million Dollar Campaiirn " was put on. and we loyally and enthusiastically supported Southern in this project. We yelled for Southern all the way from St. Pete to Orlando. The Freshmen were especially respectful toward us for the entertaineil us at a picnic at Eagle Lake. At last came the crowning event of the year for us, the Junior-Senior banquet at the Hotel Thelma. Truh on tiiat night college life seemed glorious. ACT IV Characters : Seniors Then came the last act of the pla an l more than ever we realized tiiat this must be the best. This past year, as we ha e walked tiirough the corridors or around the campus, we have seen changes here and there tiiat we have iielped to bring about. On the southwestern corner of the campus stands the hoys ' dormitory, which was completed in the fail. N ' e must not fail to mention tile Soutiiern College Athletic Field that was dedicated during tiie winter. Toward tlie east of the girls ' tlormitor) ground lias been broken and work h;!s been begun on tlie g mnasium. Bus ' , busy days! And so we Seniors bustle and liurry about for we iiave many important matters to attend to. ail leading up to the great climax — Commencement. How tiiat very word thrills our souls! et, it is with a tinge of sadness that we think of the approaching event and of those whom we must leave behind. FiMLOGUK Thus we Seniors of 1927 have finished our ears of apprenticeship, our four-act play, and are ready to step out upon the Stage of Fife. As et we are novices and may not all have leading parts, but we hope that eacli will do his best, no matter how humble the part he plays. I I I c I t I I I I Fl.MS . o — 0—0— : — o- ; o— o- c — o— o— o— 0-— o— " C — o— o— • — r — t ' ligc Forty I I c I I I four ' .- f s " . ?;,ii. I 3? Jlnifriarhrn ' r i V fB ? — :. — o — o — o—o- -o — o — o — o— r — o — o — «r - 1 I I I I I I 1 I I I I 1 I 1 I I 1 I I I I I Mildred Huck ice-Presuttnt Junior Qluss OFFICKRS Koiii:RT Li:am)kr Toi.i.e I ' li side lit Marc.arkt Robson Sicritary jl |( )k CLASS HONOR ROI.I. Mildred Buck Hettie Mi 1 1 I Reddick H I I l-ENNELL Dorothy Strkklwd Leila Cramer I I I I I I 1 I I - _, _- ' i_ - 0--0.— o— o— o-o—o-o—o— — — 0- — j — :: — " I I I I I I I I I PoRC I ' orlystx I I I I Jntrrlartirn — o — r —o— — o—o o—o—o ' J I I I I I I I I I I I I I LEILA CRAMER IRENE WALTER DOROTHY STRICKLAND JESSIE HEATH DWTGHT W. BONHAM MARGARET GILKEY CHARLES KING O— O— O— O— O— O— O— O— O— O— O— 0 — O— O— O — O-O — 3._o_o_o_o— o ' Page Forty-sc ' tCn 1? I I I I I I I 1 I .) I I 1 I I I I I I V I I c: — o — o — o— s —o — o — o— o — o— o— o— e — r -- o. vw:i PALLIXK 1S15EI.L ADELINE DUGAN KATIIERIXE ' ril.l.EK W. W. TAYLOR IK EXE CRAVEN IIETTIE BELLE REDDICK ; AkDXI ' .K M. I ' lll-.KSOX I I I I I I c I I I I I I ' 0--0 — i Cf -O—O— 0—-0- .«= — o— f ' tar •orty-cight 0 " I I I c I I I I c I i I I I ? I I I I I I I I I I I I - _o — o— —o— ::p- — o — o — o— 3 — o — o — o — O- RALPH McCALLISTER TOT GRIFFIN BEE S WIN SON LILLIAN ANNE WATTS IMARGARET TAYLOR CLAUD BARNETT MERLE FENNELL Page Forty-nine I I I I I I (] I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I c I I I c I I i I I I »— o— o— i-— o— o— o— o— o— o— o— o— o — o— : —0—-0— o — — : ■— : k m Jniprlarln ' n o — o — o— o— o — o — o— o— o— o— o — O -o— o- LEXUKK KLLIS IL ' SSELL KITTGEKS rilo.MAS C. WILLIAMS HF.LEX STAATS ' . (i. i: i:ritt ILLL M CROW . L KI ' 1L (.KACI-: MILMCK ' o—o — o—o—o- -o_o— o— o— o— o— o- I I I I A V 1 I I I I I I I f I I I I I I I I A V I I » . r » , i " i ' % I I I I I A V 3(ntfrlarhcn - — — — — o — - — o — o — o — o — o — o — o — o r " v .i. JAMES POTEF.T IMARV RUBY JOHNS THELMA CARSON HAZEL FENNELL WALTER ERENCH MRS. LOUISE SPIVEY LOLA TRA L H-:LL BRAXTON WATKINS ' if I I I I o I {) I I I I I I I I I Page - = -o — o— o— — O— O— O— O— O-O— 0- — O— o_o-o — 0 --0— -o— r FiYfy-f»iii ' I i % ♦ % ♦ ' 2.H ' V JntprlfirWrt -o — o — o— o- -o — ' — o — r - Sophomore Qhiss ' |CT()R CooNKY President OFFICKRS K. H. Smith iie-I ' risiilt lit Dorothy ' Uav Secretary SOPflOAFORF Cf.ASS HOXOR ROLL Awih Hei.lk Akins Christine Young Gladys Black L()Ri;na Cmai ' nlw Helen Scallv I I I I I I I I I c I ( I I I I I c I ' o- — - • o-o-o-o -o— o— o — s - (j Page Fifly-fouT y I I I I c I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Jntprlarhcn I - - — o— o — o—o—o Elvis Adams James W. Allen Annie Belle Akixs Essie Mae Burnside Frank Anderson Abbie Carlton Kathryn Barham Irma Coates Ella Bell Alice Colbert Helen Billixuslv Theresa Condrey Gladys Black Mary Craun Martha Boswell Frances Crump Herman Braswell Dorothy Davis Alton Brashear Joe Davis Constance Brossard Helen Scally Ruth Brown W. E. Dennis Esther DeLeGal I I I I I I I I s) I •— 3 — o—o — o.— : — — o—o—o— o—o—o —o— o—o—o —0 C —0—0 0— Page Fifty-fi-.e ' i ' - 4lntprlarW n -o — o — o— o- -o — r — o — r — : — o — o - r - 4 f « f .k . o -V r •L r 1 r: ' 4 1. f ,l ' i9 i i % i? - C- iii %i : I I 1 I I V t I I I Sarah Dickson Christine Young Mollis Galloway Elizabeth Gates Kathvrne Goodwin Katherine Gotcher Helen Greene WiLMA Waove Elizabeth Hannah I ZELL Harrison Sparks Halev Lewis Foster Makcaret Isbell Rosa Jones Cale Keller Ei.VA Kensinger E DNA Lockhart Marion Lowe DoNALO McQueen Edith Miller Omar Mitchell Fred Montesimka Lillian Morris Dee Moselev Zola Myers ( I I I I I ' o— o- - • — it— ' j ' — o— o- o—o- — o—o— — ; — o—- I Pa € Fifty-six ♦ ♦ • • • i. J k 1 a. r I I I I I I I I I I I I I 3(ntprl?tri)rn 1 Louise Overture Katherine Payne Ruby Pearce Beatrice Pickard Ruth Pipkin Louella Pope Taylor Reese Garland Rice Marion Richardson Ann Scarborough Mark St. Clair Donnie Skinner Kendall Tolle Milton Spivey LTER SpOONER Edwin Spring Christie Summers OwEEN Sumner Ida K. Tillis Harriet Towsley Vera True Ruth Vandiver JiMMiE Whiddon Tom Wilson r (5 Its 1 ««sk " % m-m " - - «» - • ' v m 4 y y V. Q 3 I ' I I {) I I I I (J I I c I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Page Fifty -O— O— O— -O— O— O— O— O— — O— O — O-O - o «f Jnt?rlarlicn — o — -o — o — o — o- -o— o— o— o— o — o — o — r — o — I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I c Dorothy Day loi.A Ford Marion Harrison ' Piivi.i.is Lee Helen Roberts Irene Roberts Doris Roberts Florence Ross Sue Shivers Ethel W ' ooihiam Joy Elliott LonsE English Amanda Davis Martha Fitch Frances Grether Dorothy Hubbard Sam Adams Druid Wilson William Boland John Hamilton Boulwake Ed. Coyner D. O. Daniel auluon dugan Walter Godbold James Hamilton Joe Huff Daniel Jenkins James Major Patrick Meaks Cyril Row Jack Stanley Herbert Wasson Herman Watkins M. A. Way J. Robert Williams I I ( I I I I I I ( I I I I I I II I A V I . _o_ _o-o— o—o— O-o—o-o-o—o— o—o— — — ' C — o—o Pnge ■ ' i tyeighl 4: r 5ft- A V I V I I I I I I I I I I Jntfrtarbprt Freshman Qlass OFFICERS G ERALD Knoff Etoile Walker V esta Turner Presuleiit rice-President Secretary FRESHAIAX CLASS HONOR ROLL G iRAi.u Knoff Etoile Walker Faye Webb Phebe Searles Anxie L E HOPSON I I I I I I I I ( ( I I Page c I — r — : ■ — o — O — O Sixty -one — o_o_o— o-o-o— o-o— o— o— o-o— o— o— o — o— o— = ■■1 J. -i. » . i 4mtfrl?trinrn -o—o — o- -o — o — r — o- I I I I I I I I I 1 1 I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I ■M a 1 V VHP r « Mary Addison Nell A. Bradley 13ETTV Jeax Alford AcATHA Bret Nei,i. Alexander Irvena Brown Waue Allen Wyatt Busing Wilbur Anderson Dallas Boyd Iuerett Bauc ' ock Louise Bryan J I MM IE Kalcomb Catharine Buhrman RfTH Bal-m I ' kederick Cade Hartley Blackburn Joanna Cason Marion Bordo I.ei.a Center Eunice Boulware IkMA Ciiamplain Alice Brady Krma Cm mm an II. V. Chalk I I I I I 1 I I I I ( c I I I c I I c I c o— o — — o— o — ■ — — - .— - —o— i — r — o— o— o— « i;ige Sixtyttvo I I I I 3ntfrlarl)t n ■ o _ _o,_o — o— : — :: — o — o- »— o — o — o — o — O— I I I I I I I I A V I I I I Kp it t r « ;.% Evelyn Clark Bessie Clendenin Mary Ann Cobd Catharine Cramer Betty Crouch Braxton Craven Edna Culbreth Gertrude Curn Muriel Davis Ruth Dalzell Ponchitta De Dios Ophelia De Dios Goldv Devineaux I ' .MiLv Dickinson Hugh B. Dodd Helen Downing Bernice Drayer Russell Dugan Robert Ellsworth W. H. Eppling ISardara Foshee Eloise Galloway Helen Geneau Josephine Gifford I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Zera Giles I Piigc o.— ?»— o— O — o— o— o- Sixty-lhree -o— o— o-o— o— o— O— O— O— O— O— o— o— o— o— o! I I 1 I I o — •c — -o — o- Jmifrlarlirn -O—O—O — O— " O— o— o— - — o- ( ' 3 ICj " " . f % . ■ « " ■ I J. 13. Griffin Hf-nry Hagf.r Fanny Kate Hannah Maky Harms Joe Hardin Harvey Hardin H AI.ZEI. H ARN SIIERCER William Hastings Mary V„ H wnes DdRoriiv Heiidin Forrest Heiidin Leone Hinson F.mma Hoffman Annie Mae Hopson Betty Hornhaker Irene Hvmes Craig Hi-ffer Carlyle His key Marion Jennings Pauline Jernigan Dorothy Johnson Mamie Jones William Jones Artikr Kline V ( V I C I I A Martha Larmon ( I c I I I V k —- Ci — o- .— o— o— o- -O— -O — o— . ,JJ ! ' (•€ Sixty- four 0 " I i ) I I I c I I I I c I c I c I Unirrinchvn MJ m -o — - — o— -o — o —o— r — o — o- -o — o — o — o- cKt ?? -r : - Ml k ' -J - : kn Sarah Leonard Rachel McCrary CoRRiNA Lewis Ethel Meyer Antoinette Lococo Mary C. Moore Franklix Major Mary Lee Morgan Helen Manley Katharine Morris Marcus L rchant Gladys Mullen Nolan McFarlaxd Jack Nichols Sue L TTIS0x Velma Ooten Kathryx McCollum Dorothy Packard Collins Mitchell Mildred Perry W. McElhannon Elizabeth Phillips Lucille McQueen Curtis Prince Hortex IA Prieto I Page Sixty tile — O— O— O— O— O— O— O — O— O— O— O —o .eC —0—C —0 — " O 1. " II Jni?rlarl)cn -O — O — O — O — O— O — O— O — O— o— o — o — o— - — o- I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I i I 1 I Makgaket Prine Kmily Prin(;i.e Maxine Pi ' kcell WlUlUR PlRCKI.I, Marie Pi-rsi.ey Wii.i.iAM Rati.iff Kenxetii Reed ( Enevieve Rivers E. I). Ror Anne Roiiertson MaRCAREE RdCKRS Oi ' .UA Rogers F.VEI.YN ROMER RONAI.I) Rousii MoRiTA Sage Chesi.ey Saim ' ington lu.HANOR SeARI.E l ilEllE SeARI.es L. L. SlIIEEI.EY Prances Si.inger Jde Si ' (ii nkr P ' sTiiER Smith Harry A. Sri ' Ri k I.EIINARU StITII M ARCiHEKITE SnEI.SON I I I I I I I I I I I I I -o- - r —o—o— c — •= — - ,J) ' (i r Sixty-six I I I i Jnfprlartifn - - — S — ' C — —o — o — o — o- -o — o — o — o — o A I I I I I {) I I I I A V Katharine Spivev Mildred Standley Ida Stewart Betty Stookesdl ' ry Ethel Tillis Oscar Tyson Frances Vineyard Helen Vineyard Alex Wainer Francis Watkins June Walker Lavra Ward Mary Watson Elizabeth Watts Nellie Webster Merle White G. F. Wilson Betty Williams Thelma Willis Elinor Wintle Evangeline Wkkhit Olin Wricht Catharine Wynn Allie Yarrrough Bernice Yarbrolgh — o Page Sixty-sc: t ' n ■— O— O— O O— O— O-o— O-O— O— o_o_o-o_o_o_o_; l.t Jntn4arlicn — o — o — o — o — ■ o — o— o — o— o— o — o — - 1 xiy I I I i I I I I ) 1 I I I I I A V I I ;) I I I Lloyd Akenhead Fkederick W. Aitlegate Nell Bell Robert C. Brow.v Eugenia Cason Esther Clonts M. C. Couch Harvey Craven Kthelvne Dorman DelMaybee DiLrmN (Special) Carl Erickson (Special) Maurine Fletcher Maxine Fletcher CoRHiN Fowler Bravo Hull Reua Lan(;r)K1) Mallorv Lester Thomas X. LiMnKoucH Helen Mae Jones Donald Koogle Verna Lowery D. A. Martin C. B. McCoNNELL Harolu McDowell Gideon Young Hiram McLeod Alese Meares iL RY Xewkirk Guy Moore Charles O ' Quinn Charles Pardee Joseph Preston S. Wendell Rorerts E. D. Rou Mildred Ross William Russeix Landis Rutt Beatrice Sa age George Schwinne Shirley Schomherg Louise Tweedell Lui ILLE VlEREDOME Fave Weuu Olen Weaver Julia Wessinger (Special) Lenwood Williams Nell Alva Weed I MO Williamson Wii-LARD Young I I I v) 1 ' ) 1 ) I c I A V I I I I ! 5,_o_o_c -_-o— O- O- .„ .e —0—0-0 — 0— — — 0 0— ' - - • I I igc Sixty eight U ' - 0 " I 1 V I 6 I I I I I I I I I I 1 — ■ — o— o — O —O — 7 0 — — O— 5 — o — o — o — o- 4 ws 1 r. rr. q zA. Qiiwiet OFFICERS Ruth Pipkix Pnsi lcnt Edith Scallv I ' ia-Prcsident Tot GriffIX Secretary me: ibers Lucii.E GoDMAN Lilly Watts Margaret Robsox Jessie Heath Helex Scallv Pauline Isbell Margaret Gilkey m I I I I I I I I ' ' I I I I I I I I I I ( I c I I I I I I Pog Seventy-onc -o — o— o— o— o— o— — o— o— o — o— o— o o —O—O- . ' 41 A. i «. JntfrlarWn I I ■0 I I — t — o—o — o- ■ — : — o — — o_o_ . — I I I ' ( ' ' f « ' ■ ' i- v ' V ,:« ' »«i If " - f -J j ' JSCiuistcricil Qliib OFFICERS Ui; . j. II. n.wiKl., Gtnenior W. K. Din MS Pnsidcnt Bll.l. ' r. l.()R I lii-l ' r, sliliiit Jack Nicikh.s Seirciiny MK.MIil kS KviiRiTT Habcock IIarvia Hariiin Dwir.iiT BoMiAM JoH Hardin Dallas Hovd Forest Heddin Wesley Chalk Raii-h MlCallister ' lr i)N Kviritt C. M. Sai ' I ' inciton Mark St. Clair I I I I I I I I I I c I c I c I I c I I I I I c -o— o— o— o- -o— o - r — o- ' C — o- - o— o— o— o- Seve»ty-two I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 3(nt?rl trlicn li M — o — — -o—o — o— o— o — o— o- - c — o— o— o — o- H story Qhih OFFICERS Dr. S. V. Coe, Faculty Advisor La.mar Currv President Herbert Wassox I ' ice-President Edith Scallv Secretary and Treasurer Pagi I I I I I I I I I I I {) I I I I I I I ( I c I I I I I I — — ■— — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — O— O— O— O— O— o ' Se -enty-thrt ' c Herman Braswell Alice Colbert Irene Craven Adeline Dugan AuLDON Dugan Louis Foster Anne Gilkev MEMBERS Pauline Isbell Pat Mears Dewey Spoon er Minnie Mae Sweat Ruth Vandiver Irene Walters Alvazine Young !. ■ ■ Ifnierlarlicn — o — o — o— o- -o — o— o— o— o — o — — - - «c V 1 i 1 OFFICERS Dr. ' nmi . i ' ncitlty Adiisor Ali.don F)lgan President Lini.A Crami;r rice-President Nktta (jRACV Secretary AxxE GiLKEY Treasurer MFMHKRS V ' lCKlR COONUV HlATRICl; I ' lCKARI) Adii.ine Dlcan Rltii Pii-kiv R■nlA (!. Mil. MR FVEIAN IJRIUGES Dlw i : - Si ' ooMiR Joi; Toi.i.i; Lewis Foster Ioia I-Ord Dri id Wilson Aiaa im " S ' orNC, I I !e: — o— — o— O— o— : — o- -o_ _ c-, — _-» - ; — c — - " (igc Seventy-four . " k - :• •» . I- «-« . w Wyy; y .m yj i! ' , y. ;: iUxSiXwct •w v., I.r Jntfrlarlirn ,—0—0—0—0—. -0—0—0—0—0 — o-- -o— o — I i I I I I I I I I _?7 hitcrlachcu Staff officp:rs Corn INT. F. ' Foi.i.k Sam a. Hanks Eilitor-iii-Cliief Business Manager MEMHERS Kendall L. Tollk Assistant Editor LiLLLXN Anne Watts issociate Editor Allex Crowley Assistant Business Manager yi. ( i. Pi LLl M Organization Editor HiLLiE Ellis Society Editor Marion Richardson rt Editor Marguerite Gilkev . . . .Issistant Art Editor Lamar Clrrv I ' citnrc Editor Marguerite Robson Calendar Editor irginia Plckett Snaf sliot Editor foHN Carlton Issistant Snapshot Editor I.ICII.E GoDMAN JJlerary Editor Russell Rittgers I h uiorons Editor Ellis P. (Iriin Iihlrtir Editor I I I I W --c — o I I I I . — 0_o- -«c 0-0— 0-0-0- •0-0-0—0— -= -o — - I I ( I I I I I I ( c I I I I I I I c i I ■iitysix Jntprlarhrn - — o — o- Mil I c I I I I I I I I 1 I I I r: f% M fj .s c r r %» r . ■ ' o— : — o — - ■— o— o— o— o— o— o— o — o — o— o— o— o- ■ o—o—o 0—o -o—o r O — O — O — O— O — O — O — — o — I uhl. slid cckly by the Students of Southern College Printed by the Flo ■ida Methodist Publishing Company, Lakeland, Florida Entered as second-class matter at the postoffice at Lakeland Fla., March 10, 1921 SUBSCRIPTION per year $1 50 SINGLE COPY. 5 cents T e SoiitlicDi LAKELAND, FLA. Southern College infany. Lakeland, Flor Lakeland, Fla., March SINGLE CO; Editor-in-Chief Ralph B. McCallistcr .issocialc Editor Lucilc (ioilnian Associate Editor Tnl (iriflin Society Editor MarRaret Riihsun Feature Editor I )iin)tliy 1 )ay Athletic Editor Kendall Tollc- Literary Editor Lilly Watts Joke Editor Virginia I ' lickitt Reporter ' Billic lllli Faculty Advisor Prof. Weihc Business Manager Claud Barnclt Assistant Husiness Manager Alex M. Wainer Circulation Manager Mollis Ciallmvay I I A I I i I c I »— O — O—O- -o_-- - ----. ' , r — o-c — - ■ — 0— c — o— 0-0 — O— O— " O— o— f ' tigc Seventy I I ciglil ■ ' - i ' ■ • ».♦ !• . ' . I I I I c 7 I I — o — - — o — — O— t — o o — o — o— — o — ? — o o- Epsilou I iwhda Sigma literary Society Ddrdthv Day i icc-President Betty Gene Alford Kathryn Barham Ruth Baum Gladys Black Marion Bordo Evelyn Bridges Catherine Buhrman Thelma Carson La Von Collom Audrey Crosby Gertrude Curn Lamar Curry Adeline Dugan Joy Elloitt Hazel Fenxell Merle Fennell loLA Ford Helen Geneau Josephine Gifford L RV Hawley Jessie Heath Dorothy Hedden OFFICERS Pauline Isbell President : IEMBERS Annie Mae Hopson Betty Hornbaker Margaret Isbell Mary Ruby Johns Dorothy Johnson Mamie Jones Antoinette Lococo Marion Lowe Fkankie Major Lucille McQl ' een Ethel Myer Edith Miller Francis Morgan JiLary Lee Morgan Lillian Morris Gladys Mullin Velma Ooten Margaret Pardee Mary Gatewood Pulliam Leah Ratliff Hettie Belle Redduk Anne Robertson ALartha (jRace Miller Secretary Margaree Rogers Morita Sage Eleanor Searle Pheobe Searles Margl ' erite Snelson Helen Staats Mildred Stanley Minnie Mae Sweat L RGARET Taylor Katherine Tiller Harriet Tousley Lola Trammell Vesta Turner June Walker Laura Ward Veda Watson Nellie Webster Evangeline Wright Alvazine Young Christine Young Allie Varbrough Bern ice Yarbrough I I I I I I {) I I I I I { I I I I I I I Pogc Scveuty-nittc 3(nterlart)cn I I I I I I I 1 1 I I I I I I -O — o — — ; - -o — o— -o— o— o— o — - ? M k Sigmci ' Dcltii jterary Society Leanore Ei.i.is Vice-President M. kY Addison Nell Alexander Nei.i. Bei.i, Constance Bkossaru Essie Mae Biknside HUIIERTA lilRNSlDE Gladys Black Martha Boswell Nina Bradley LonsE Bryan Mildred Bi-ck Eari.ine Byrn Theresa Condhey Francls Crl ' mp Joanna Cason Rrma Champlain Mary Ann ConB I ' " dNA ClLIlREATH Dorothy Dayis F.MfLY Dickinson OFFICERS Netta Gracv P ' dent AIL.MHKRS Anne Gilkey Ma RCA ret Gilkey LlCILE GODMAN ' i " oT (Jriffin I-J.IZAllETH CJATES Katiierine Gotcher Mary -.. IIaynes Irene Himes F ' ailine Jernic.an Martha Larmon CoRiNNA Lewis Helen Manly Rachel McCary Zola Myers Beatrice I ' kkaru Kith I ' ipkin ' lRi;iNIA PrCKETT Marc.aret Trine Helen r oiiERTS Marc.aret F oiison Genevieye Rivers liEATRICE PlCKARD Secretary Helen Scally RniTH Scally Dorothy Strickland I ' raxcis Si.incer Katiierine Spivey Betty Sti-kesiil-ry Bee Swinson KlllTH TiLLIS ' era Trie Frances Vineyard Helen X ' ineyard ICvKi.vN Vai;er Lillian Watts ICtoii.e Walker NL KV Watson i ' .KTTV Williams TiiKi.MA Willis I ' j.eanor Wintle Katiierine Wynn RlTII I ' IPKIN V I I I I t c I c I c I I I I I c I I o — o — o- .t rit — o — o— o— o— «C — -■o — o—o—o—o— : —- ' ■— ' ' Page Eighty i %i I I I I I I c I I ' J I I I I I I ) I I •y I ;) I I I I I Pa- T hilomcithccni literary Society Omar Mitchell ice-Presidtnt Sam Banks John Carlton Leonard Fosdick Zero Giles Fred Haeflixger Sparks Haley Cale Keller Roy Lott Ralph McCallister Collins Mitchell Robert Mitchell OFFICERS HoLLis Galloway President : IF.MBERS Jimmy Whiddon Dee Mosely James Poteet Kenneth Reed Taylor Reese Rlssell Rittgers Eugene Smith Jack Stanley Robert Tolle Joseph Tolle Corning Tolle Herbert Wasson ■0 I I I I I I ■e Eighty-one m o — o—o — o— o — o — o — r — — I I I m W -:i»: .- - .- ?■ ' ;- ---■ i._ i7 ' iyor-. . - ' f Tai Sigina J tenny Society Rosa Jomcs ii r-l ' nsidcnt AxN ' iE Bei.i.e Akins Harhikt Aniieksox Helen I5m.i.in(;si.v AcATiiA Brett Ikvena Bkown ViRGINrA I3l IIANAN LOKENA ClIAl ' MAN Bessie Ci-e.nmiemnc Irma Coates Catherine Cramer Leila Cramer Mary Craun Irene Craven IvllNA CULIIREATM RiTii Del .ell KsTiiER DeLeCJal OFFICF.RS i 111 ' I)I i:r I ' l ' tsuliiit AIKMHKRS Sara Dickinson lliiMi Belle Dodii KaTIIRVN (iddllWIN W ' li.MA IlAi;rE I ' lizahetii Hannah I ' " annie Kate Hannah ICmma H off an I 1 AZEI. II ARNSllERCER Marion Jennincs SiE Matteson Aliie Mears Mary Catherine Moore Florence M pran Catherine Morris Marv Fli .aheth .New kirk i.oiise overtirf Louise Knglish Dorothy Packard Katherine Payne Marie Pirslev Marian Rii ii armson Doris Roiierts Irene Roberts I ' lorence Ross Mildred Ross Annie Lee Scariiohoi(;h SiE Shivers DiLN ' NiE Skinner Ksther Smith Ida Stewart OWEEN Si MNER IvrilEI. V MIDHAM Mkrlk Will IK I I I I c i I I c I I c I C ' I y I I I I I I I I A — ;— o- ' - ' O-— o-o- -o- -o— -o— o — o— o — «o — « I I .J) I ' a c Eielity-tzvo r k- % % " i I I c I i () I I I I I Y I I I I () I I A Jntfrlarlirn — o — - — o— o— o — o— o— o — o- -o — o — o — o I -5 .i .4 ? Sigma J[jterary Society W. E. Dennis Vice-Presidint Elvis Adams Wilbur Andersox Robert Atkins Vernon Averitt Everett Babcock DWIGHT Bon HAM Claud Barnett Hartley Blackbt ' rn Dallas Bovd Alton Bkashear Edward Blhrman Wesley Chalk Victor Cooney Marion Couch Bill Crowe Allen Crowle ' i ' Joe Davis Robert Ellsworth Paul Evans OFFICERS Dewey Spooner President MEMBERS Lewis Foster Theodore Garcia Henry Hager Harvey Hardin Joe Hardin OziEL Harrison William Hastings Forest Hedden Craig Huffer William H. Jones Gerald Knoff AIallory Lester Nolan MacFarlan James Major Charles B. McConnell Donald McQueen J. B. Miller Fred Moxtesdoca Garland Rice Secretary Jack Nichols Charles Pardee Curtis Prince William Ratliff Cyril Rou William Russell Chesley Sappington Joe Spooner Walter Spooner Harry Spurck Mark St. Clair Christie Summers William W. Tavlok Francis Watkins Herman Watkins Tom Williams Gerald F. Wilson Olin Wright WiLLARD Young I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I { I I c I c I I — -= — 3 — O— O— O Eighty-three - i — o— o— o— o— o— o— o— o— o— o — o— o— o— o— o— o— «: t;ll O — O — O — o— o — o — -o -o— o — I 1 I I I I 7 S i ma zysCinstrcl Amiins till- anmial affair s of Suiitlu-ni College is a niiiistrel jjiveii by tlie Phi Sisnia Literary Society in the Spring. Last year the proceeds went to the Million-Dollar Campaign. ' Ihis year they arc for the .• lhletic Fniul. This event is one that is always looked forward to liy the whole student liody, CIIOKCS K. 1 ' . (Jkkkne In ' .crloculor Christie V. Simmeus . fiusiiiess .l .i;c. J. I{. Mll.LEK DWICIIT l!oNII. . l (j. Rl.. Nll KkE ol.. .N ' M( h " . RI.. N " I) Edwi.v Dennis VV.MPE .Xl.I.EN Dewey Si ' ooner Shorty Wilson C1..MI) B. rnett i-;. D .Mi: Christie Sim.mers Him. R. Ti.iK OlWKTI-.TTl " . Fred Montsdoca (iERM.It KXOKK KrEDERUK Al ' I ' LEG NTE I ' J.I.IS Creene Joe ILvrdin .Ai.i.EN Ckowi.ey J. I!. Miller IIkr. i. n W. tki. s Drew ami M Qieen Miss K rii. KixE Tiller Miss II.xrriet Towsi.ey Herman Watkins Ckak; llri-FER X() i:Llll ' :S ()urm:sTK. . V. (iRLKNE Ci.Aii) Harnett I ' arhee (111(1 . ii MS Walter ( ioniioiii ' uTOR CooNEY Wade .Vllen loiiN Carlton V I I I I f I t I t::» to—o—o—o ' r — 0-0- _o— o— o— o— : — o— o— o— o— o— o— ' Page Eighty-four 9 .» ■ K, k . Autiuntiritratton I ' ll Jntprlarlirn -o— o— o— o— o- -o — o— o— ■c — o— o — O — «r - o ■ I 1 I I I I I I I 1 I - s? " ■ " m % Cjirls ' Student QoiDuil OIllCKRS LlCILI- (IoDMW I ' rrsi,l,nl Annr (ill.Klv ii,e-Priii liiit .M.ARr.ARi.T R(ii!S(i Sirrilary MIMUl KS M K .ARI-T (ill.KEV Kl III I ' ll ' KIV Catmirini- ( otcmkr Ktiim Mivir . i;tta (7racv I.dhii Scai.i.v Mar Ri ll loiiNs Ilii.iN Scai.i.v I 1 I 1 1 I I I I I I J I . _o.— O— o— O-O- »_ — :: - z —o—o—o—o—o— ' - ' - - - - I r, Pane Eighty sir % ' %% i %• i i » ' I I I I I I I 1 I Jnterlarhrn I . -O • —■£ — O — 0—0 0 — — 0- - :; — O — O — O — O 1 i -: 0i Executive Qomwittee OFFICERS Dr. Spivey R() ' l.OTT .... Katherixe Barham President Sccrelaiy -Treasurer MEMBERS Dorothy Day Lucile Godmax Sarah Dickensox Bor Mitchell Verxox Everitt Dewey Spooxer HoLLis Galloway Lilly Watts P„ge —■ = ■ 0 0 — — O— 0 — O— O— O— o — O— O — O— 3. — O- Eigtity-scrcn - - ; I I I I I I I I i A J Nil Jntprlarlirn ■ ■ ' ' O— O — 0- -0— O— O— " O— o — " _ — O— — «o- Student Qo-Opcnithc Qliib Sam Hanks Ci, Ai u Vt rni-:tt Mii.DRiiu Buck F i:i.v Bridcks 1j) Hi iikMAN ' k niR CodNIA ' I.I II Crami:r Ai.nov Drew Hii.i.ii-: Ki.i.is Ki.i .ABfiTii (r ri;s Anni-: (iIi.ki- ' S ' M R(; RI I ( lIl.KIA- Kathkrim; Goixiiir Eli, IS (iRi:i:m ' I ' m ( jRii fin |- ' r|:II I l,l I INCIR Si ' RKS I I l,l ■ I ' i MM lsni:i.L R M.I ' ll McCai.i.isti:r l l III I ' ll ' KI N X ' iRl.lNI I ' l 1.KI TT . 1. R (i. i i.wddi) Pri.i.i AM Russin.i. RnrciRS M R(; Ri r I ' iniiSoN CJuxE Smith ChRISTII: SlMMFRS . 1inniil .Mai; Swi-.at Hick Swinson Kmiiirini: ' I ' iiiir Hon ' roi.i.i-; (. " ORNINC. ' lOlll KiNDMI ' I ' oi.i.i; jcil ' I (1 1,1 I. k I III ' aNI)I I R " I ' vid " W ' mkins I ( I I 1 I I I I ( I I I ,_0_0_0 _ ..— r. — o- . — O— O-O— O-O- ' O ' — •c — o— - I — o — nighty eight ' ♦- •• - • I I I ' 1 I I I c I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I — : —. — .:C —o—o—o—o—o — o — o— —o — o o o- ,. t, % -i»lU.- .-liSfci-tr . ' ; SkT- Pag, ' — O ' —- .: — O— O — O — " O— O— O— O— O— O— O— O— O— O — O— o — O — O— o —O — o — «c Eighty-nine I I I I I I I I I ( I i I I i I I I I I f I I ( I c I I I 1 I I I I m ' w- 4(ntfrlarhrn V- - , — o — o — o- -o— o — o — O— O — o — o_ r — o — I ly ' } I I 1 I I I i I c w. ■.)• Southern 0iih ( )M-KKRS K() - LoTT Pnsidrnt Ci.ALiJ H. RM-ri Rl ' SS!:i. Rii tc.irs Dr. Sim i: - Sam Banks El) Hl ' IlRMAN ' i:rn()N KvKRirr FACULTY I)i:an- Cox MKMHKRS FrKI) HAIiri.lNGER Rai.imi McCai.i.istf.r Hon Mitch HI. I. ( " iiM Smiiii . III -I ' nsiiltnl Stiri ' ttiry I )r. ] VK Ml TOV CoRNiNc. Toi.i.i; Joi ' I " ol I I " Riu " W ' XIKINS I _ C — O-O — ' Page Ninety hi) Jnieriarbt n I 1 I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I c I 1 -o — o— o— o— o- -o — o— o— o— o — o — o — r - Southern QoUcge Culc . iurtcttc C ' l.Ai i H r i;ti ' V.v Ttiioi- Wii.i.ARi) ()L N(; Siiuiiil I ' mor Genk Smith linni ' inc I ' d Hi iiRMw Ill si iiiiss Miss l.oiisi Am ni) RiMtK . . . .1 nr)iii iiiiist I I 1 I I I ' : _o — o_o— o- " 0 I I I ( I I I I I ( I I I I I I I I f I I ( I I I I I c ( I I - — o— " C — : — o— ' AiX ' tf Xiiicty-twt ' % % ' I y JntrrlarWn — o — r — o — o — —o—o o—o- w laQ ' I Orchestra and Qhorus I I I I 1 Prof. Albert Gregory X ' redexrlrg Director of Orchestra Prof. Louis Alberti Director of Chorus jVIiss Pauline Ellis 4ccomt anist Louise Bryax Catharine Buhrman Essie Mae Burnside hueerta burnside Ruth Clark Larox Collom Eloise Galloway Helex Gexeau Mamie Jones Edxa Lock hart Rachel McCrary Zola Myres Leah Ratliff Beatrice Pickard Mildreij Standley ] iembers of chorus Dorothy Strickland Viola Baer Elizabeth Watts Frances Yates Eleanor Searle Leila Craiier June Walker ] L rguerite Snelson Edith Miller Leone Hinson Elizaheth Hinson Marie Pursley Mary Gatewood Pui.liam Mildred Ross Florence Ross Mary Catherine Moore Helex Roberts Claud Barnett Douglas Giles Guy Hamilton Donald McQueen Eugene Smith WiLLARD Young Herman Watkins Ed Buhrman Ellis Greex Ralph McCallister Frank Anderson J. B. Miller Frederick Cade I I I I Accompanist — Miss Netta Gracey First I ' iolin — Harriet Towsley Leone Hinson Second Violin — Clarice Giddens Eileen Giddens Theresa Condrey Betty Jeax Ai.fokd ( iiila — Mrs. a. G. Vredenburc Clarinet — Russell Rittgers Cornet — Craig Huffer o— — — o— o— o— o— o-— o— o— o-o— o-O— 0_.i: _0._0 _ 5.— o— o - - Page Ninety-three hill r -% i v t ' ll — — o — O — O — -O— O — O — O— o— o— O — o — o_ - _ ; 1 V I A V I A Seniors in Art M uii r Am)i;rs()N Liik-i Imiil . i I ' lr ' uld I, M R L " l RR • M Klin I. Ilmiilil UndtT rlic c ' .-iiialilc ilii ' fi ' tloii of Miss (ilaila H. Walker the 1 )i-partnicnt of Art is steadily jirouiiif;. ' J " lu- students ot tliis departnieiu did all tlu- art wmk tor the annual under the supervision of the instructor. The Art Club, in its study of tile effect of art and color on one ' s evcry-da lite, i;i e ' - the students a deeper appreciation of beauty. Not onl color but an phase ot art that arouses the interest of the members is studied. The club has tor its nuMubcrs those who are uiterested in art, whether or not tlu- are art students. It is the aim nt the .Art C ' luh. spunsorcd In the School of Art, to briu ' : art into use in lite. I I I c I s) I I i) I I c I I I I I I I I ! r — o — o — o — o— o— o— o- — ■ — o-o— z. — : — O— O— -Ca— ' ,_ _ - Pafc •o- % f I I I I I I c I I I I I I I I I A V I ) I I 3(nt?rtarl)t n — o — — o— o — o— :: —o—o- -o — o—o — o — o- : zyfrf CM ' OFFICERS Miss Glada Walker, Aiivisor MARGARnT GiLKEY President Mariox Richardson rice-President Merle VHITE Secretary MEMBERS Eloise Galloway Helen ' Manley Katherixe Payne Kather x Barham Harriet Towsley Katherixe Tiller Elizabeth Hannah Hazel Harnsberger Fannie Kate Hannah Irene Craven Mar - Lee Morgan Mary Craum Harriett Anderson Bii.i.ie Morgan Martha Larmon I I I I I I I I c I I Piigc Ninety — ? o—o— O—O— O—O— o— —o— O—O —o—o ' sei ' en — o o — O— o— O— o— o— ♦ ' il Jnierlarbrn O — O — O — O — •: -o — o — r —o— o — o — o_ - _ : — . T7 r Soiithcru )agah(mds ()fficp:rs Miss Margueriti: W ' ii.i.s. Director K ATHIRINK BaRHAM Prca ' ulcnl Corning F. Toli,!-: I ' icv-l ' rcsiiLnt Bob Ellsworth Secretary 1 1 1 MI MBKRS I ' rank Anderson Don All) McQleen MlLIJRID BlCK I ' .l 1 M ' .irii Hannah 1 M R L ' r mm 1 I N 1 W M KIR 1 1 l5iM.ii; I ' ll. IS I ' .l) 15 I II KM AN j ii To I.I.I JoSI I ' ll IN 1, ( " iHldRD Eleanor Skari.e Ar Ri; Rir (Iii.KiA 1 Gladys Mlli.in K Mil 1 RIM I ' llli R KVEI.VN ROMIR . 1 kril 1, RMON 1 ) 1 Harriit ToWSI.IA ' K rni RiNi; Simve ' Bii.i. Hastings M R ( i. I ' l III M I ' .l 1 Mil -III C ii:s KolURI Ml nil ILL i c I c I d 1 I A V I • I I I I , — o — r - r — r, — o- . c — o— « I c I ' J I PitRC i ' iucly-cigh ' •-♦ ' - 1- •»•.»• I » iT K ' • I 3(nierlartirrt -o — - — o — o- I c I I I « I I I c I I c I I I y I I I I I V I I I I I I I Page Ninety-nine F •% • f ? - ■ V v.. i- •«?. V I _ » I I I I I - : — — i — —-0 — — — — — — — — — — — — —O—O —Osi J. .i .-? i ' il Jnt?riarhrn -o— o— o— o— o- -o— o— o— o— — ?. — o- - — - I I I I I I I 1 I I 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 I I I I I Kea THE FLOWER 5H0P SUPPRESSED DESIRES I I I I I I I I I I I ' — ;. — o— o— -o- -o_o— o— o— o— o- — O— r I ' lige One Hundred ' C WW. •BT sgnn tAi !v ' !hI % " % i % ' I I I I c — o — - — o — o — ■ — o— o- — o — o- .— o — o — •o — o — o- r OQ-- " T an-Hcllcnic Qoiuicil -JsCcmbers Founded Fall 1925 Marv Gatkwood Puli.iam 1 Pauline Isbell " PP " Camma Tau Margaret Robsox ' J Lenore Ellis ] AxxE GiLKEY ' ' ' " ' ' « ' ' ■ t- ' Virginia PlckettJ Lucille G(iijman 1 Edith Scallv ' ' " ' " Katherine Tiller J Essie Mae Burnside] Jessie Heath - ' ' " " S ' ' " ' Minnie Mae Sweat I I I A t I I I f M I A V I Page One Hundred and Three I I I I I I I ( I c I I I I I I I I I I I I I c I I I I I I I I I — o— o —0—0 — 0—0 —-o—O—O- ' V «• «- i •- Ml Jntet larlnrn -o— o— o— o— o- -o — o— o — o— o — o — o — r - c» — I I I I I I ) I ) i I I I I I I I I c I I ' ) I } I I K ppcl CjcDUnUl Tclll Foimdi ' d iM-24 Colors: Mdntan (uul Ctohl Flower: .1 iinrudii luiiitly Ruse ACTIVK .Ml.MHKPsS 1927 Nktta Cami ' hill Ciracv I, m r Cirry IaR - CJATLWOOU 1 ' l LLLAM Paulink Isbkll Marcarlt Rohson DoROTin I) Margari-.i Ism-.LL Theresa Condrky Etoili; Walkkr Ann -Mai; Hoi-son .MAR Harms (jl-RIRL i)i: C ' l R 1928 Hee Suinson 1929 Adeline Dlgan M RTHA Grace Mii.i.ir I ' l O Harriet Towsley Ki.izareth (Iates Martha Hoswell I " iMA Dickenson N IN I5r i)i.i : " M AKN W rsoN I! I A- A Kl NSIN(■.II• I I I 1 I - ; — o cp-- ' 0--o 0-0- »_o— - : — o— — 0-0— 0—0 - i —o—- i ' ottc One Hundred and Pour ' • ' i % % % " 3(ntfrlarWn -o — • — o o— o— c — o — o o- - — .c — o — o — o- U7 I I I 0 ' I 1 I I I J V f% I I I i I I I Page — — — o— o— o— o— o— o— o— o— o— o— o— o— o— o— o o o — One Hundred and Five Jnterlarhi n 1% i .%t o — o — o — o— o- -o — o— o — o— o — - — o — cr — c — I I I I 1 I ■0 I I I I I 1 I I c I I I I 1 T ieta " Pi " Delta Founded 1925 Colors: Ldvemhr and Gold Flowlr : Chr sunlhemitin Anne Gilkuy ACTI i: MK.MHF.RS 1927 1928 IRGIXIA I ' lCKI-Xr Beatrice Pick ri) IVIary Ruby Johns Lexore Ki.i.is Tot (irii tin Ar R(;ARi r ' 1 ' a i.dR 1929 DoROTin ' Dwis CONSTANCIC HroSSARD Katherik ' e Payne Catherine Hi iirman Rachel McCrary Catherine Spivey Eugenia Cason A L Ni) Dwis I9. ' Marion Rich xrdson Vera ' Frue Katherine Harii m Mildred Huck Joanna Cason June VVai.kir DoROTin lllliliARI) Frances V ' iniaard .— — L —0—0 — 0— 0—0- . — O— 0-0 — 0 ' - . — o—c -0—0 I I I I I 1 I I I ( I I I I I i I . ( I — O— O— j— . — o— o— - Ptige 0»e Ituutlrcd and Six I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I c I { I I I I Page One Hundred and Seven I I ■ ■ m Knterlarlifn Colors: ll ' hitf and C-ihl Alurev Crosby lucii.e godman Thi T elhi Founded 1 925 ACTIXK MKMHKRS 1927 Evelyn ' c;ir 1928 Fi.dU i;r : Chrys inthf niii. K.ATHiiRiNL Tiller Zola Myers Francis Crimi- Rlth Pii ' kin 1929 Veda Watson euith scally IilI.i.n St a ATS K.atherin ' e Gotcher Helen Scally Rosa Jones I i I I A V I ) I v) I I I 1930 RlH I.ANOEORI) MlLDRIM) I ' i;rr ' HeRNICI ' ' S ' ARHRorOII AnNI-; Rolil ' RTSON Vesta 1 i knir luMci: Hoi Lw Ri: Uett - Hornhaker M ARTIl I.ARMON i RK l-t 1 ' " ()SI1EE IvniKL AhER I ' aiian C ' i rk Am II V KitKiit i;ii !f — o- — o— o— o— .co — o — o — 0-— O- ,J) — o— o — o — :,- — -o — .-• — o Page One Ihittiirctl otul lU ht JntfrUrlirn I I I c I J I I I I I I I I ? I I 1 I I I I i i 1 V I .0 I 0-. -o— - — o— -c - -o— o — o — o- 1 -- ' .rrmmsTi fif xr ri c. I I I I I I I {) I I I I I I I I c I ( I I I I I I I I o—o — : — -o — o — o— o— o— o — o— o— o— O— o — o— — o — — o— o— o— o— F( £ (? One Hundred and Nine Jniprlarticn — o— o— o — o— o- -o — o — o — o— O — O — O — o— - I I I I I I I I I 1 J Tai " Beta Colors: iriiitc mul (h FdunJcd 192() ACTIVE MEMBERS 1927 M[NNin M i: S vi;.vt Flower: IVh ' itv Carnaiion HuTTiE Hi:l.l. RiDDICR Essii£ M Ais Hi RNsiDi; Ruth Vanuivi r Hkli-x Greene LOLISII Hrvan ' Irvena Hrdwx Margari;t 1 ' ri I ' Martha Elicii 1928 1929 Jessie Hi-ath Ei.i.A Cati iii Hi ' i.i, Sarah Dukinson Loi ISI-: ( ) I.RI IRI ,()is Scott 1930 Xiu.i. Him Thi-i.m Willis Irkni; HL.%n:s Enangeline Wriciii W 1 1 , i I 1. 1 . M I. N A k 1 ' . 1 . 1 1 A N N ON I 1 I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I h .0—0—0—0—0— ' — 0-0- _ o- o— o- o— o— o — o— o— o— o— o— — — ; Pane One Hundred and I Ten ♦• V .. I c I I I 3lntfrl?trWn I — O —0 — 0 —0 — O — 2 — O — O — O- -o — o— o — o — o- %• ' ' ■y k - , ' r ■ I i I i I I I t I i I I A — — —o— — o—o—o—o—0-o S ' —o-0—o : . Page One Hundred and Eleven :. - I I I I I I I I I I I I ' — C5J Jnipriarhcn A V I I 1 I — o — o — o- ■ o — o— c — o — O — o — o_ - — — Fnitcrnitics T I ' .in-Hellenic Council and the Inter-Fra- tcrnir Council deal s stematically with all ques- tions and thinjis ot interest which pertain to the lurther advancement and betterment of fraternities at Southern and they have done much to promote a feel- ing of understandin ' j: amont: the traternitie-. The fraternity members stanil for i cod scholarship, for whole-hearted co-operation with our collefje ' s ideals for student life, and for the maintenance of fine social standards. I I I I I I 1 I I I I I — J ' — J —0- I I h I I Twelve i " i% ' .V I 3lnterl?trWn — a — :- o — o — " O— •o — o — o — s - — o- — o — «= — o — O — % i 1 ■■ — - r . - ■ r jar j j ' -y I I I I I c I I I I ( I I I A XL- .-- ' . V- » ' ' . - 4: ' - tN; K ■ -- i:: -fi;.: , ;i; ,v - Inter-Fraternity Qouncil (embers Founded March, iy2fa Braxton Watkins Rov M. LoTT J. Robert D. MrTCHELL Ed Buhrman ] HoLi.is Galloway . Jni.MiE Whiddox i W. R. Dennis ] Victor Cooxey . Russell Rittgers Beta Mu Pi KtipM Tliita Kappa Psi I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Page — r=»— O- — O — O — O- Ouc Ilundrcii and Ihirlccii •o— o— o— o- -o— o— o— o— o ' 3lnt?ri?trWn - :. — o — o — o— o— ■ -o — o—o—o o — o — z — r — -o — I I Beta -jhCii Founileil )1 Colors: Rayal I ' nrpli mill U htle AC I " I ' K MK 1927 Mm RS Sam ]} nks Joi-: A. Toi.LE Robert Mitch i it. Ellis Greene Corning ]• " . ToiM ' Frii) H aeflixcer Ruv M. 1 ,orr 1928 IJramon Waikins Samlei. Adams Allen Crowley VII.I.IA I l?OI.AND AULDON DUGAX 1929 Rom RI ' 1.. Toi.i.E Taylor Reese Cai.i. Kiii.ir Kendaii. I.. ' I ' oii.i-: Hi;RUi:RT W ' asson CHRISTIL SlMMI-.RS Omar Mitchell Dee JosLE ■ 1930 Milton Simxe ' Hartley Ui.xckiu rn James Hai.com Kenneth Ri id Ronald Rorsii Collins MiTtHii.i. WiLiiwi Jones Russell Dlc.an Carlisle HLSKl•; Joseph Haruin William Hastings L ' l Riis I ' rinci-: I I I I I I c I 1 I I e- —o—o—o o o— 0-0— ' — - " — 0- r — : — o— ■ - — ' 0— ::f — ' I ' ligc One Hundred and Fourteen V-iN ' . I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I -o—o— c — o —o r —o — 0—0-—0 — o — o — o — o- Vjj t SOS f J, |Vr c v " ..-. C ,e:r e 4i W r ;;: 4 , I I I I I I I I I I I ! I I I I c I c I I I O— o— s» — o — o — o—o — O — o— o- Oiie Hundred and Fifteen T -O-O- -O— O — O— O— O— O — O— o ' iM " , ' o— o — o — f( — o — o — o — — : — s — o — o — o— o— o — o— o_ - _ o — I I I c I I I 1X Foumletl l ' j-25 Colors: Marwin. Il ' liiti and Gold i I I I I I c i I Leonard Fosdick Clalu Barnett S] ' ARKs Hali.v Jack Staxi.ey HiRMoN Waikins I loll. IS ( I Allow X ' S ' Jo I ' r SON i:. D. Roi- fvEONARl) SriTII Tom U. Wiii.iAMs ZiR A ( " iII.es ACTi i: . ii;.mbp:rs 1927 1928 1929 C Rii. Ror 1930 Eu Blrii.m. n Cj. RL. . u Rice J. MI:S C. W ' llIDDON John A. Cari.ton W ' .M.TI-R ( ioDUOI.I) [ol I) WIS Noi.AN Maciari.. n Robert Ki.i.swortii Alex Weiner ClIARI.lS Sci RR N i)i; Allen I I I Ar III I R Kl IN I. V ( I I I I 1 V I A — 0—0—0— 0—0- -O— . PoRc One HutuircJ tuitl Sh ' tccn I J) i ' V» I Jnterlarhm I I I 1 I i I I ? I I I I ' ) I I I } I I i I I (L. -« JK. m w ' x • .- , ►■• i % " . T y i !• ' ' ♦ . ' " . n ' ' i ' ' ■O — ■ — o— o — o— o— o— o— o— o— o— o— o — o— o— o— o — -o — O— O — o Ptjgc One Hundred and Seventeen —• C5i ' o— — o-— o- o-o — o-o-O-O-- ' Pti£C One Ilumlrfii ami F.ighlc-n % % % % % % V 0- I I I I 4(ntfrlarl)£ n li f -O — - — O — «0 " . _ ; — O — O- I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I •n- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Pxgc 3 — : — — O— O — O— o— o— o— o- Onc Hundred and Xineteen I I -o— o— O — o— O— O— O — -O— o— o— o— o— » initrinrhen I I 1 I I I I I O: O — O— O— O- -o — o — o — -o— o — o — o — r — o — P g am ma hL II Dr. I.liji) M. Si ' iNEY Dean Carl S. Cox Dr. Ghorge Coe MEMBERS IN FACULTY Miss Shelby Ch i) ick Miss M xri Hain Miss Kioise C R ■ ALUMNA MEMBER Julia Funk, ' K-, V I I I () I 1927 I c Lamar Curry Netta Gracy Edith Scally AuuREi Crosby LUCILE (jOD.MAN Enul ' n Wager L K(. KI r RoMSON I ' aLLINE ISBELL M R ; Ri r GiLKEY 1928 Virginia Puckett Anne Gii.key ' eda Watson R()bi:rt Mitchell Corning F. ' Folli; Leon ri) Fosdick Clmi) Harnett Iri:ne Craven I1a i:l Finneli. — -o — o — o— Page One Hundred ttnd Twenlv I I I t I A ; I I 1 I I I I I JinUri rhcn Mfe -o — — : — o — o —o o- -o — ? — o — o- l I I I () I I I I I I I I I I I I I c I c I •0 I I :: — j» — : — o — o- Page One Hundred and Twenty-one i-— O— - " O— o— o— o — o-o — o- I -o— o — o— o— o— o- JnterlarWn - — o — o — o — o— o — o — o — o — o— o — :?■ — : — - — o — - Iphci Tlii £psil()U I ' dUiiilcd lUi.i OIlIfl.RS Joe a. Toi.i.o Pnsidini CoRNiNc; F. I ' oi.i.i; riti-l ' itsiilviit Chari.I ' .s Ki {; Secrt ' tury MI.MHI US I ' m IS P. (iRHKNPi 1927 Diwi ' i ' SrooviR 11 28 Russiii.i. RinciRS W. V.. Dknnis R l I ' FI McCm LISTER KuniRT Mitch 1:1.1. Kdiuri I,. Till, 1. 1: (. ' 11 R II s Kim; ' 0 I I I I 1 I I I I I I I 1 I I 1 f I I I c I I I I I I I - c — «0»— o— S — c — -• — ' T — r — r — z — Page One Hundred and Tuvniy Itvo iir —0—0—o—0- ' i " V ' i ' % i ' . i t » i ' I ' , J- •• •« 1)1 days cjcnic by Old English Courts IFere SC( nes of sploidor and delight II here slolely knights mid dumsils fail- Kept tryst ill hriUiaiit pageantry. To-day at Soiiilieni, scenes are changed; Our court is Spanish in desic n, But knights and ladies are the same Js zilien they rode in otlu r clime, And if our land varies in the kind of tree that ' s shady JJ e ask you to believe ■ziith us, " this is Illxria, lad . " Olivia: The Most Btautiiul Frances ' i evard " Th beauty truly blent, whose red and iihlte Nature ' s own s7i-ert and euunin hand laid on. " Ferdinand: ' I ' lu Most U a nils ' ) in Aldox Dl ' GAN " Thiif ' s ii ' illiirii; ill I ' liilil ilurll in such ii temple. " iT i« J " J- ; ' Portia: The Most Intellectual Netta Gracy " never kneii ' so yoiinv a body ivith so old a head. ' Hal: The M ' st l ' ;fi ' l " r Ro I. " he he not felloiv uith the best king , thmi Shdlt fiiiil the best kint iii i imd lellmvs. " • V % i ' V 1»- V - ' ' J- :♦ .• ; Rosalind: The Mnst Representative Lucile Godman " The fjuintessence of every sprite Heaven Jioultl in little shoiv. Therefore Heaven Nature (harg ' d That one body should be fill ' d If ith all graees ivide — enlarg ' d. " 1 . Horatio: Tlu M ' jst Kcfirisfii iifir. RoiiiiRT .Mitciii;li. " I h ' lii (lit I ' lii (IS just (I iiitiri .• .v err iiiy con.urrdti ' in cifi ' ii uitluil. Falstaii: U ' itticsr Christie Summers " iii j not only nitty in lyfilt. lut tin cause that nit is in othc men. " i; ' " (lu ii ' il ihink (I hnritr i;i nlliiniui. More aetiif — viduiut , iiur mure vuliiint — xoiim;, Alore daring, or more linld, is iiiiii. ' (dive. " iiW Viola: The Most Po ' ulnr Katharine Tiller " He hath knoicn you l iit three days. And already you are no stranger. " I Puck: Ciitiit K v iv. Harham " Those tliini;s tin hcsl filrtin- iiif Tluil hi lull pri ' osli rijiisly. " Komeu and Julit-t: Most Devoted Couple Joe Toi.i.i; and Emzabeth Gates " Hoic silver siceet sound lovers ' tongues b night. Like softest rnusie to attending ears! " • % % ♦ i V • ' V ♦ ' ♦ ' ' ' 4 % I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I ) I ) I I I I I — o - c. The ICJ26 Sea son SOUTHERN ' S Moccasins for 1926 will go clown in Florida college history as the i rtatest array of fighting football players ever to battle on a Southern gridiron. While they did not startle the world with flaming pictures of their gridiron triumphs, tliey did excite comment on every field upon which they appeared because of their fight and gameness. The " Mocs " won four games and dropped an equal number. Rollins fell before the Southern attack November 20 to the rather humiliating count of 3S-0. Just a little over a week before that the South Georgia Aggies were buried under a scoring avalanche which registered 54-0. On October 2i the Erskine Collegians from South Carolina invaded the Moccasins on their new field and were repelled by a 29-0 defeat. In the only other game which the Southerners won, they trimmed the Piedmont College team 39-0 in the opening battle of the season at home. The team which won such lavish praise for its grit in all sections where it played lost its first game of the season to the University of Florida Gators, but only after having battled them to a standstill in the first half. This game, played on the University field, September 25, w ound up: Florida 16, Southern o. The next reverse came October 16, when the Moccasins, accompanied by President Spivey. went to Birmingham. The Birmingham- Southern Panthers finally nosed the Moccasins out 26 to 13, but not until they were forced to realize that Southern ' s team was one of their most worthy foes of the entire season. Coach McQuillan ' s Stetson Hatters accepted the breaks of the game at its start in the battle of De Land, November 6, and triumphed over the Mocs 17-0, while the Uni- versity of Louisville, in possession of Freddy Koster, high point man of Southern football, came to Lakeland Thanksgiving Day and humbled the Moccasin team 13 to 3. However, it must be admitted l)y all tliat the Southerners threw a scare into the highly touted Cardinals by leading 3-0 at the end of the first half. This game not only ended the season but also ended the football careers of Captain " Red " Watkins. Silas Greene. Roy Lott, Dewey Spooner and Joe Tolle. I I I I I I I —- o — o- — o — c — o — o- — o— o— o— o One Hundred and Thirty-nine I — 0—0— 0—0— — 3—0 — O— O— O— O— O— C Jnifriarhrn -o — O — O — o — -o — o— r — o— 0: — o — — - — — Coach J M ' s Ravmono H v(;()un J.B. J ' iUidfib ' ilt I ' lii-jcrsity Coach enjoys the tiistiiiction ot hav- ing phived on the first Commodore Team that Dan McGugin coached. 1 he coming season will be his third in charge of the Moccasins. He checked out of Henderson-Brown after he had served there over fifteen vears, to accept the job as head coach for Southern. Coach knows his football all the way through and best of all he knows meii, how to handle them and how to get out of them all thev ha e in them. With Coach " Jimmv " at the heatl of Athletics at Southern, a new day is dawning for the Blue and White. i I I c 1 c I I JiiiiN I ' avidn Andi.kson Coiiili of llif Fr(). li Oiilfil (Did I ' lirsily (Ji)ii(li for the liciskcU ' crs Coach John won his . .B. at Hendrix College. Look it up for yourself ! just the type to ha e charge ol the l at ag- gregation. He workeii wonders lor the Bali .Mocs last season and besides win- ning most ot the games on his schedule he trained a be v of near-stars who may shine for Coach " Jimmy " on the ' ar- sitv next tall. 1 ■) I A I I •— o— o—o- — c —o--o PiiRC One UundrC ' l and .J) Forty I I c I c Jntfrl trlicn — o — - — — :: —o— —o—o — o- I I 1( 26 FoothiiU Squad Jnnn Haygood Coach Braxton Watkixs Captain I I I A v I I I I I i I I Page One Vernon Everett Jack Stanley Mule Wasson Russell Ritgers Guy Hamilton Dee Moseley Omar Mitchell Joe Tolle Taylor Reese Sam Banks BoR Tolle Gardner McPherson HoLi.is Galloway Sam Adams Ellis Greene Bill Harker Tom Williams Edward Spring Cale Keller Roy Lott Dewey Spooner Mai.lory Lester Allen Crowley Kendall Tolle JlMAH ' Whidden Shorty Pardee VALTER Spooner I I I I I I I c I I I c I I I = — c — o--o — o Hundred and l-cifv-one — o— o— o— o— o— o— O— o— o— o— o —o—o—o- •O— O— 3 : — o — o — o — o — o— o — o — o — o — o— o — o — o- r — o— Braxtox Wmkins . Strawberry hlond; hence " Red " is the monicker attached. (Jne of the ifreatest centers e " er to ser " e a football team in the State of Florida. Ihose who lia e played against " Red " always sing his praises and know he is a man to be feared. Captain of the Mocs for the past two seasons and re-electeii for a thirii term. F en Coolidge might not be able to equal that for popularity, wot? Kaiiikvm, Bakiiam anti CllKISril, SlMMI ' .RS hese two stialents didn ' t see ser ice on the actual field of battle but they hel[)eel the other tellows accomplish many a hard task by leading the cheer- ing on the side-lines. Ihey stepped up the lung voltage of the student bod higher than it had been in the history ' ■ the institution. I hose wiio go into tb thick ot the tray know how much tb, ' cheering helps. I I I I I I I I I I I I I A I A , I I I I I I I I A V V ,_o — c»— o— o— — — o- — o— o -o— c — o- ' iijfi ' 0»ic lliiiuiit ' d onii t ' orty-two I I 1 larWn » — o — o — o — O- Elusive and swift witli the oval. Senior, year. CALE KELLER They ' re still talking about Cale in Bir- mingham. He strutted his best stutt in the game against Birmingham-Southern last season. Cafe is always good. This sterling half shines best on off-tackle plays and end runs. He covers more ground than a tax assessment. Last sea- son was Cale ' s first on the Varsity squad. ELLIS PARK GREEXE " Silas " does a " fade-out " in Tune. Yes. Southern will graduate him. Ten-second man. When it come s to line-pluuging h ' couldn ' t even be stopped by an injunction. Of course a fuUljack by the name of Greene would naturally be a colorful player, what? He did enough wonderful centurv. HOLLIS GALLOW ' .VV They call him " Gal. " but there ' s nothing effeminate about Southern ' s best broken- field runner and yardage gatherer. He ' s a veritable cyclone w ' hen carrying the ball and occupied most of his time at half- back last season. " Gal. " however, has sense as well as power and speed, and fits in nicely at quarter. ROY LOTT The world ' s smallest football player. He tips the beam at II2 pounds when de- void of clothing. While his name is just Lott he covers more ground sometimes than an entire subdivision. Accurate passer in studies as well as in football. Winds up his career through graduation this work against Louisville to be remembered a I I I I I I I I I I I I V I 1 V I I I I 111 Page — o— 3» -c — O — 0-— -t — O— O— O— O- Ouc Hiiiuirc.t and Forty-three —o—o—o : — o— o o- o — - o — o — o—o — o— o — o — o— o — O — O — O — O — O— o — arlifrt I I I c 1 I 1 from till ' fray in most (if brick, as usual. games becaiis TAYLOR REESE !Nri ' mbcr of a famous football famil . Cousin of Gil ' s. Shelby ' s brother. Just as good an end as he is a halfback and that ' s saying a column full. Two more years in which to gambgl on Southern ' s gridiron. .An injured ankle kept him on the side-lines a deal of the time last sea- son but when that ankle was right, so was Taylor. AI.LKX CROWLF.V Sometimes called " George. " .And oft- times the cry goes up. " Let ' George ' do it ! " , nd, " (ieorge " does it. Plays in the baoktield. but plays rough sometimes. Old man Jinx hit him last season and if an injury. He ' ll be back next year and JIMMY WHIDDON Toot! Toot!! Here comes the Ankle Express! Jimmy doesn ' t know what it is to slow up for crossings ! Goal line cross- ings are no exceptions. Selah ! The fastest man on the squad. Last season was his first on the Varsity. Two more years of Jimmy! . s speedy a backfield man as one will find in Florida to-day. C;aRNER MrPHERSON Goes like a spiral staircase while cork- screw ' ing through the opposition. Did great work for Southern his first year out. Came to the .Moccasins from Palmer Col- lege and entered as a Junior. Also plays end. Whether it ' s rumiing. blocking. tackling or catching passes " Mack ' ' is perfectly at home. He has one more year on the squad. I I I I I I 1 I I I !c — o— o— o- — o— o— " = • " • ' — o o-o — o-o— o—o— Page One Hundred and Forly-four I _0 I I I I I I I I I I I JnieriarWn » — O —o — o —o—o o — o- ways got his man around end and was a of passes. Southern will miss the " Admiral SAM BANKS Managed the Moccasins last season, Imi did not allow his managerial duties ti ' interfere with his football playing. Sam looks best when on the receiving end of a forward pass. He was doing just that thing with a touch down in sight again i the Georgia . ggies when tackled rather forcefully by two. The result was an in- jured arm which kept him out for th ' remainder of the season. Sam ' s a Senior. KENDALL TOLLE Just another Tolle. Kendall played hi first college football with the Moccasins last season. He was placed at end and while a little light for such a heavy job. he gave a go od account of himself in the battles he participated in. Kendall ha two more years in which to put on weight JOE TOLLE Who hasn ' t heard of this brilliant right end ? He has scintillated for Southern throughout his college career. Joe had the happy knack of going after chunked forward passes rather in the manner that Iris Speaker goes after fly balls. Joe was a star in any department of the game. I ' oo bad a fellow has to graduate just at a time wdien it seems there will be no suc- cessor to fill his job acceptably. DEWEY SPOONER It will l)e an revoir to Dewey after this spring, as he graduates. .A.s good a fighter as his honorable name-sake, one George, who strutted his stuff fairly well in the Spanish-American war. He almost al- wiz at blocking and being on the receiving end Unlike I opsy, he liasn ' t " jusi gruwed, " yet. I I V_o_ 5. _ . _o _ — o Page One Hitiulred and Forty-Hz ' e — o_o_o— o— O— O— O— O— O— 2 — o— O —O—O—O -O—O—O b artirn O — O — •O— 0-- ' — O — — o — I 1 lor last season and Jack pulled HERBERT WASSON Not very proud of that name " Herbert. " Says he is trying to live it down. Pre- fers " Mule. " This rangy lad works in the line at tackle. His pet slogan while doing football duty there is. " Budge not. that ye he not budged. " " Mule " will be a Moccasin for two more years to come and there is much joy because of it. JACK STAXLEV " 111 Go Where You WantMe To Go, Dear Coach. " That ' s the refrain Jack sings. He had rather play in the back- field, of course. Who hadn ' t? Yet, when Coach was short on line material he placed Jack at any old position he happened to an anti-Piggly-Wiggly — he delivered the goods. TOM WILLIAMS A fellow who has been sticking around this old globe for many years before hz realized that he mjght be able to play foot- ball. Getting such a late start in the grid game he was naturally not sure of himself last year and won a place only as a substitute. Everybody is predicting that he will win a regular place the com- ing season. WALTER SPOONER This Plant City bear cat was used at tackle and guard a good bit the past sea- son. While he was not a startling first- stringer, there were few games in which he did not display his prowess. One of the hardest, toughest fighters ever appearing on at any time and any place. I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I 1 1 I I I I -o— o— o— c - - O — , — -Cj-— • : t ' ouc One lliiiuircJ iMui I Forlysix prlartifrt .— 5 — o — o — o — O- too ; and tlie know he will backs like to ran i ' ia r be there for them. OMAR .MITCHELL Blocking and opening np holes are Omar ' s specialties. He did guard duty for the Moccasins throughout last season. The backfield men know that they can trust the Tent ALaker ' s speed on running interference on those long end runs, litcliell came up to Southern from Plant City High where he formerly starred. DEE MOSELEY Dee had the good fortune to be elected alternate captain of the footballers after tlie season closed. That shows he is popular with his fellow players. He is list as popular as a private in the ranks, ver the side of the line he is playing on, for they 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I () I I I I I I I Page EDDIE SPRIXG Our young Mr. Spring formerh- gal- livanted consideralily in the backfield. Last season, however. Coach was long on backs and short on linesmen, so Eddie fitted into the line nicely. Very good, Eddie I Sturdy and speedy and an excellent man when the backs desire some one to run inter- ference. VERXO-X E ' ERETT " Stubble ' ' seldom knows where he ' s go- ing but he ' s always on his way. . good eiiougli fighter to make a buzz saw yell " calf rope I " " Stubble " ' got a late start «;. ' .■ in footliall and as a consequence he is still learning some of the finer points. Yet. he is a man to be feared when tlie e-xcitemeiit of the game takes hold of him. »— t — ■— O— o — O- Onc Hiituircii and Forty-sez- I i I I I I I I I c I ■0 I I I I I o—o— o—o— o—o— o—o —o—o— o—o —o—o— o—o— o—o ' h arrifn I I I 1 I c o — o— o— o- -O — i. _ T, - O — Iton ' s case. He ' s big and JOE TOLLE Grabbing chunks from the air is what Joe is fond of. This picture was taken just as he had pulled in one from out of the atmosphere and was headed for home, but unfortunately a Cardinal player hap- jiencd to he going in the same direction and decided to ride the rest of the way. S. M . D. ' XMS Our Mr. . danis worked at tackle in a number of games for the Moccasins. In spite of the fact that beef is rather sparse in so far as Samuel is concerned, he gave away weight and stuck by his guns in every encounter he took part in. Sam has two lucjre years of service on the Blue and While machine. •■RED " WWTKIXS - Using the same head at center as cap- tain. " Red " passed the ball to the backs with the accuracy of an " . nnie Okley. ' ' " Red " ' was found over the ball in every game. His motto : " The larger they are the harder they fall. " " Red " has been as permanent a fixture over the ball at South- ern as Will Stewart on the truck. CVy H. MlI.TO. Hard luck camped on (niy ' s trail last season and finally put him down for the count. Guy, when all there, plays center. Injuries which came early in the season knocked him from the fray. It was an beefv and looks as if he were built for • ' ' -If-— V I I ■ »fc!i-jl ' -fe«- . 1 1 m , m X. 1 1 1 I v •o-o- ' J) . — o— c — — o — -o — _,_«r t ii;c Oiw ilutttlrcii ntul Forty-eight ' ♦• ; 3(nt?rUrWn I m - I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I 1 I I I ), V I Page One .- - :),—c —o-o o—o—o- - c — o—o — o — o — I I I I I I I I I I I I — • — o—o — o— o— o— o- Hundred and Forty-nine -o—o—o— O—O— O—O— O—O —o—o— o—o— o—o ! ' I — o — o — o — o — o— o — o — o— r —o—o — o — o — r — o » « 1 « I I I I c I I Jnterlarlirn — o — r — : — — o — o — o — o- — o — o — o — o — o — RUSSELL DUGAN " Russ " is the big curly-headed Fresh- man who hails from Ionia, Michigan, where lie played half two years and end tor tliree years. He held down fullback jiosition on the Frosh this year. " Russ " is a hard driver and a far-away punter. RONALD ROUSH " Baby Face " comes from Weston, West ' irginia, where he played three years on the high school team there. Played (|uarterl)ack on the team this year. Roush is a good field general and passes well. I I I I I I I JIMMIE BALKCOM Jimmie hails from Boston. Georgia, where he played three years on the team. He came to Lakeland and played on the Dreadnaughts for one year. Jimmie is light, but a cool player, and especially good in carrying the ball. OSCAR TYSOX " Joe Oscar " played halfback at St. Cloud for one year. Tyson is the speed wagon of the Frosh aggregation. While in high school he won a number of medals in the State Track Meet for his speed- iness. I I I I I I I I A V v - —o- — -—o o—o—o- Page One Hundred and Fifty-one —0—0—0— 0—0—0—0 0 — 0 : —-C —O—O — 0 — O— CO « « Jniprlarlii ' n — o — • : — — o— o- •o — o— r — o- -o— o — - - 1 OZIEL HARRISON " Zeke " hails from Greensboro. Florida, where he played one year. " Zeke " is practically sure of a place on the Varsity next year b) ' virtue of his size and play- ing ability. He was one of the stars of the Rats this year. I-:. D. ROV " E. D. " played for Ocala for three years. He is a biK tackle and plays a head up game. He will give someone a big fight for tackle ne.Nt year. HAR EY HARDIX " Red " Hardin came from Bradtnton where he played for two ears and one year at De Land. " Red " was rather light in high school but stepped out last year. W ' c look for him to set things on fire next year. JOHN CARLTOX " Ahbie " came from the wilds of Stamps. . rk.. where he helped the Stamps to lick for four years, " . bhie ' " will make a good end for he is well Iniilt for this position. We are glad to have him with us next vear. r , ' HK Hfl 1 m »« rfl ;X. m ■k.. ■ -r ■ . ■ ' -. ---.»- , - •■0-W«! 1 I I I I I I c I I A V I I i I I I i I c I — -C L — —- ' _ — O— O— — O— ' C - ' O — o- O-O— 0— O— 0-0--0— O— C — n — O— ' i ' tiil ' One Hundred and Fifty-two I I I I I r. V I I Jnterinrbrn — o — — o — : —o—o— : — o — o- -o — = — o — O- JOE SPOOXER Joe hails from Plant City where he played center four years. Spooner is a hard fighter and knows how to plaj- his position well. Joe played almost every game this last season. MARCUS M. RCH. XT Marchant is a center of no mean ability from Girard. Ala., where he played two years. He showed up well the past sea- son with the Frosh and was always in there fighting with a smile all over his face. i % CHARLES SCURR Scurr came from Creston. Iowa, where he played for three years as guard. He was surely a hard man to run anything over this year and will show up well next year under Coach Jimmie. WALTER FRENCH French came from Benton, . rk.. where he played for some time. He is a bi? man on the Frosh team and played the game in a big way. We are sorry not to have him with us next vear. 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I c I I I V I Page One i— o— o— o— o — Huutircii and Fifty-three — o— o— o— o— o— o— o — O— -O— O 0 C —0 — G — 2»— C - % i H Jntprlarbrn ' O — O — «C — O — O— O — O — O — o — O— O — o — _ - _ ; [ C S M ? - B 1 i(j2j ' Ccirsity Baskct- ' Biill JUllN ANDl.RSON Ciiiirh Attributes the success of the team to the fine spirit sliown throuiihout the season by the bo s. John, with hard work and good coachinii. whipped :i ra;.:ued team into one of champion calibre. JOE TOLLK Ciiptain — Ci iKinl This is Joe ' s second year as captain and never has a more consistent pla cr donned the blue and white. He is a hard fijihtcr and a fast floor man. 1927 Si:ASt)N The Moccasins started the season with several difHcult j;ames with independent teams. Some of these t:ames were lost, hut when the team beiran to function with tiiat machine-like precision which comes of good c »aching and regular practice these same teams were defeated with the exception of one. -Meeting the Stetson Hatters on our home court the MoiCii-.uis won nom tlieiu h the c!o e score of 25-2 The following week the Southern nuinter trekked to IJc Land where they downed the Hatters to the tune of 2S-21. Since Stetson won from Rollins, this victory brought the Mocca ins the S. I. . . . . championship of Florida. I V I 1 I I ( I I n) I I I 1 I I I I I I I I . 5 O— o— O— • — O—- ' - - — • r — ' I ' .tRC One Iluiiitrctl niitl luflylnuf t ? I I I I I I I I ( I I I I — O — O— 0 — O—O—O — — O — O — O — 5 — O — O — O — O ALLEN CROWLEY Guard Not flashy, not a star, but always steady and dependable, puttini: all he has into the eame. KENDALL TOLLE Gutirti Kendall held down the position of standing guard like a veteran, never giving up and always ready to seize an opportunity to put the ball in the enemy ' s territory. DEE MOSELEY Center Lacking the advantage of height. Dee made up for it with his steady playing and never-quitting spirit. I I Page — O ' —O—O— O — O—O— O—O—O— Ottc Huniircii aiul Fi{1y-H-,e I I o —o— O—O—O— 0—0-0 — O—O—O— c —o—«c ! I I I I I I 3(ni?riarlicn ' ' — t o — o — o- •o — o— o— o— r — o_ i._o_ o — XL 1 I I I I IIOI.I.IS GALLOWAY Sliitt. and sure in pass work ami lie tosses goals with the ilcaillv aicuracy of a genius u 111) knows liis i;anu ' well. 1 I I I I I C ' I I i» - :» - ' - J- - . ' TA i.OR Rl.KSF. ■ ' ;■;; aid This (itihtin w liirKvind from Mississippi coNcrs the Hoor like sunshine covers I ' Moriila, and is a consistent scorer. I A I c I I o -c«- -o— o— « -O-O-O—K. -o— o— o o— o— « ' iiA ' , ' Oiii- lliiiulr,;! ami Fiflysix I I c I I c I I c c I I c ) A ) I I I I I v V Jniprlarbrn — O — v- — O " — o — o —o o—o — o ig2j Freshman Basket- Bull The Baby Moccasins had a ven ' successful season, winning a majority of the games and at times disphi ing flashy teamwork which won the favor of their op- ponents. One of the predominating features of the Freshman defense, as well as offense, was Milton Spivey, a tall, rangy youth from Oklahoma, who could break through and score on the best of teams. With Koogle and Stith as guards, Roush and Huskey as forwards, and Spivey as center, these Freshmen could give a good account of themsehes against any F ' resh- man team in the South. Much credit is due to Marchant and Williams, substitutes, who were always constant and steady in their performance. I c I I — o— -- Page One —o- ' r- ' -- — ' ,- - — o— o— o— o— o— o— O— o— o— o— o —c c o—c Htfiitlrett and Fifly-sc-ren — O— S I Jntrrlarlifn % - o — o — : — o — o— o — o — o— o— o— o— o — o- - — o — JVIiitc Qauoc Tccim WimuTs nt IJcta Mii Pri c Cup tor 1926 CREW I.ois Kkrsev, Coxsiiain J u I.I A Flnk Rosa Jones Edith Scai.ly Doris U arton Helen ' Scally Virginia Nicholson MVLRICK KiLOORE MaRC.ARET (llI.KEV l-LORKNCE Ross ToT GrIIFIV Evelyn Hrioc.es I I I I v) I I I I I ( I I I I I I I c I ' 0—0—0—0—0- ' i ' ( iir lltnttlrcl -.,-..J) C- — r-»-— o iKii • ' ifly-ciiiht — : — o — o — o — o— -o — o — o — «o — o— o — o — o— er — — QiilcihL ?trWn Shi Ti:MHi;R IS — Oh, thrill ! tin- old izirls an- reunited aiul a number of rraML:c, iluiiib faces appear. Si;i ' TI{Mbi:r b — At tlie first Chapel talk we get a " close-up " at the new facult)-. Sij ' Ti.Miii R i() — Rejjistratino is oxer and " da! " and Theresa discover they ha c no more than two classes in com- iiiun. Si:i ' i ' i:Miii:R 17 — Trunks and fun! Si-i ' TiiMHHR 29 — Football bei;ins! Kat " and Christie hesiin to get co- iipcuaticjn and organization among us. ()cr()Ki:R 8 — Rat week begins: oh, w hat specimens! ()cr()Hi:R 14 — Football boys leave for iiirmingham. Roy has such a hard tinv idling Frances good-bye. ( )ci()HhR iS — Ru li week begins! Sh! secrets, plots and plans. I I I I 1 ) I I V I A I I A O— 0-0 — 0-0— 0—0 —0— 0-0— — O— s — ' i Kijur Ot c Itunilrcii iiin Sixty I J) I I ) I I A I I I I I I I I Jnte rlarlirn -o— — o— o — o — ?•- -o_o— o — o- iJ I I ) I I ; i I = Page October ■2.:s ' rd. October ' 31 November L t PJovcmber fith NovGr-Mit_tt, fct i -, ' . ■ Nov£MO R TfH Novembct- 9t ) (October 2 — In a name between the Knockouts a n d L nderdofzs, Mildred Huck makes a touchdown at the enemy ' s goal. October l]; — I.illie and Slim and their family enjoy the dedication of the new Athletic Field. (October 31 — ' . V. C. A. gives a Hallowe ' en party. November i — M o r n i n g after the night before when the " 1 . W. C A. Cabinet cleans up. November 5 — Lillie a n d Corning plan for their garden and select the seeds. November 6 — Tot Griffin and -Margaret Robson act as sponsors at the Stetson game. NovE.MBER 7 — Dignity o f Seniors fully recognized because of their new hats and canes. November 10 — It ' s a pure, pious life the Student Council members lead. I I I I I I — O— o— o— — o— One Hundred and Sixly-oite O— O— O— O— O— O— O— O— O— O — 0 0 —0 0- 3 — iJ- J I — o— o— o— arhrn -o — o— o— o— o — - — o — r — o — () l-;. ii!rR 24 — Now that C ril Rou i Lirow II lu- has put a a - childish things ami has taken to his pipe. DiiCEMBifR I — Liglitiiint: ilraiis the main as on nearly e er other day. December 2 — Netta at work in the Wilderness. DiXE.MRKR ,? — The fate of a pled ;e! Sparks and Cyril Rou count cars pass- ini: (in main drag. I)i-,ci;mhir 4 — Kach fair cc-ed vies tor honors in Who ' s Who contest. 1 )i.ci:MUhR 3 — The end of a glorious football season for our " Rats. " Roush and Rou — the stars! ! Di ciMHiR 8 — (1 e 11 t 1 e m e n prefer lilondes : well, — we surrender. Any- way, we wonder what girl had enough courage to write those letters in the Southern. Uecemher 17 — Ciiristmas vacation approaches. Sa annah gets the first box. I ( I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I — 0_0— O — o— — — - - — ■ ' _ — -c — ' ■-■- ' — 0—0 — 0—0— , — L— Ptigc One HiiHilrcil and ' 0—0 ' Sixty -two I I I ' 1 I I TSnUriiithen I I I 1 I I I I I 1 Page One — o — - — .o — o — o—o— r::- — o- — o — o — o — o — O — January 3 — Back again! Aren ' t we izlail Virginia Puckett is generous? She e en passed around the drumsticks of her chicken to the hungry mob in the Wilderness. January 10 — " I want to go where ou go, " sings Pi Kappa ?s he trails after Nolan MacFarland. January 20 — Milton Spivey? " Yes, he ' s my boy, " says Roy Lott, but here ' s how he looks to us — wings, springs and all. January 22 — lary Rub - Johns re- turning with the supplies tor the Satur- da - night banquet of beans and onions. January 24 — ' Tis cruel. — to be a cat. After a few shrieks and faints no cat feels much at home at Southern. January 26 — They have " it " — that good old relieved spirit. Kat and Liza celebrate after exams. jANUAR ' i " 28 — Somebody ' s birthday, so all the girls in the dining room pay their respects through song. January 29 — The sadness or it — a rumor is abroad that Ed lea es school at the end of the first semester and some are simply unable to " hold-up " under the shock of the news. I I I I I (J I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I c I I Hii, = •— — 0—0— =-—o— 0—0— 0—0— 0—0 —0—0 — — : —o o- ulred and Sixty-thyfc I I o— o — -o— o ' ■A f- V ■ ul Jntprlarlirn — ; — o — o — -o — ?C " vi7 •o — o — o — — : — o — c — - I I I I I I 1_ Fkbrlar ' S ' — Alhm Spivf t-njoys tin Haxiir of each dish of ice cream on tlie table. Unselfishly he thinks of his father and carries him some. FtBRL. R l8 — ()! the w ran trie, tangle gypsies — some aiKcrtising for " The Cj psy Trail. " Fi£RRUAR ' 20 — Such a dream was ' irginia in her hlonde curls, in fact she was mistaken fir a new girl and given the grand rush accordingly, .March i — Nope! she doesn ' t have " it. " That is final and such a pity too, hut Hillie KUis knows. March 22 — Xe er .a mine beautiful •-ight was enjoyed by the girls than when Roy Lott appeared at the (jeorge Wash- ington dinner charmingly gowned in his l.itest Paris creation. Ai ' Rii 1 — ( es! a perfectly wondcr- tid dance was gi en in the ilining room, Ni.ticc the d;ite, please, M ' 21) — F.xams must be met by e en the best of us. Ji NE 2 — ' Tis come, the day of part- ing. Dear Senii;rs, we bid farewell. We w ish for ou the best of success. I 1 — — : — — — •o— : ' .jfc ' i (hit ' fttimlrctt ami Sixty t I I h I I four I I JntprlarWn I ■ o — - — o—o — o—o o- -o—o—o—o — o- I ) 1 I I 1 I I I I I A V 1 I 1 = Page I I — r — •— — O —O—O—O—O—O—O—O—O—O—O—O — One Hundred and Sisty-Arc o—O —o 0—o—o— — :: I I I I ( I 4(nterlarbrn 1 I V I I I I V I I I — o— o— o — o— o- ' fi x : I -O — o — o — r — o- I I I I ' 0--C. — -o—o—o- I t I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I c -0—0-0 — i — .o— O— o— C — o I -■o— O -o— O— o— :- PiiSf Oiii- llutulrcii itml Si.vlv-six I ■o —■ n o— — o — o — o — o — o — o— — o — o — o — o — Jntfrlarhrn .- o— _ . o— : — o— - " C) — «r - Pttli ' Onf HuHtircti ami Sixty-eight % i V ♦ ♦ i «■ V 4 |- ,» . " . 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" irginia Pucketl: " " Don ' t, just give our version ot il. " COMPLIMENTS OF Tilt Famous Departiiieut Store 44-681— PHONES— 44-681 — for — ELECTRIC EIXTURES. APPLIA. CES, RADIO SUPPLIES, LAMPS Sf ' rrirc Day or ' i;J;llt LIPSCOMI KOE ELECTRIC CO. 2 1 I East Lemon Street " By Our Service You Sluill kimii Us. " Harriet Towslev: ' ' I understand Chiud belonged to the original Waterproof Quartet. " Ainie Gilkey: " " What a fuiMi name lor a group ol singers! " II. r.: " t ' s. that " - i)erause ' in ( .111 I iliiiw n llieni iiul. " l)riini : " " A liurjilai hinkr inlo (iiji iiMiin last night. I.nui-e Overturf: " " W lial iliil lir ,L:.-ty Driiiii-: " " I ' laitice. " Dian (!ii : " " lial air ou doinj: here ' . ' ' I lliiiui lil I r |irllril Mill last urrk. Spaiks: " " es. ou diil: Inil ilnn I r er do il again. dad laiiinl nil soinelhiii " aiNiul. ai b ' ta ' i 0»U ' Ii in,ircJ nnit S ' l ' fMty-figllt J THE GIBBS BEAUTY GROCERTERIA SHOP Self-Service EUGENE AND NESTLE 3 STORES PERMANENT WAVES FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE GROCERIES ALL BEAUTY FRUITS TREATMENTS MEATS VEGETABLES 310 East Orange Street " A LAKELAND CONCERN " ' Dial 26-385 Mine Mill Supply Company INCORPORATED Machinery, Boilers, Engines, Pnmps, Mill, Mine and Bnilders ' Snpplies, Explosives icov« ' ? ' a LAKELAND, FLORIDA - ' « © Page One Hundred and Se:-ctit -nine iil( tt ' ri- 0( AUT l ' RI. TI. G PRICED RIGHT READY WHEN PROMISED MFF SED SOUTHERN PRINTING COMPANY ' ■R ' e Are Equipped ' P.O. Box 440 209 E. Lime St. Lakeland. Florida Corning: " Hey. yui. I ' iti not rrazv. " ' Roy Loll: " " Well, il ou ' rc not, ciu re fooling a lot of people. " ' Stiidc I iieing arrej-ted ) : " — but oliiier. Lm a college man. " Cop: ' " Sonv. liut ignorance i i no excuse. " ' She: ■ " Oh. lodk al the star-, anil tlicy are so numerous. " He: " Yes. ami ain I iherc a lol of them. ' PATTON ' S LADIES ' READY-TO-WEAR — Extends — CONGRATULATIONS to the CLASS OF ' 27 Everything for the Co-ed ' s Com mrnrrni rut Dn y kenluckv Ave. Last of luiin Park H. J. DRANE SON Establi.-iied 1884 Insurance Draiie Riillilini: LakclaixL Fl. 7 - K Pogt: Oiu- Ihiiuirci (111, Uighty i V % " % Si 1- ., P ' THE MANAGEMENT EXTENDS TO ALL THE STUDENTS AND FRIENDS ITS BEST WISHES PALACE THEATRE South Kentucky Ave. Phone 28-601 Page One Hundred and Eighty-one ■ i® ?1 .- - ' Non-Acid Fertilizer —and— Chemical Company Sole Distributors in Florida of POTASSIUM PHOSPHATE FERTILIZER MIXTURES Maniilaclurers of " NAPP " AND ' FLORIDA FAVORITE " MIXTURES For Every Crop Main U Jicc and laclorY Lakeland, : Florida lis BENFORD STATIONERY COMPANY COMPLETE OFFICE OUTFITTERS GIFTS, VICTROLAS, VICTOR RECORDS, RADIOS, SOCIAL STATIONERY 121 . K.MiliKkv i ' li. n, ' ll-fill THE OFFICE EQUIPMENT COMPANY COMMERCIAL AM) SOCIAL ST ITfONER) WE SPECIALIZE IN SERVICE 116 So. Florida (iiue Dial 41-541 i QUALITY FIliST SERI CE ALWAYS A. G. KING Pl ODUCE COMPANY WilOLESAlK MM IT AND i ' RODLCE :V2: W. Main SiKTi Dial 2I()()-2I()9 l.akria Flori.k ©TT - Tt J ' tiKC One llttttilrcii iiHti Eigllly-two u,. PRESCRIPTIONS Our whole stock of toilet preparations has been selected to please tho;e wlio really care. It is our desire to aid you in purchasing anything you might suggest. Perhaps we might be able to make suitable suggestions that will appeal to vou. WE HAVE WOODWORTH ' S KARESS AND FIANCEE OUR SERVICE WILL KEEP YOU HAPPY CITY DRUG STORE 219 East Main Street Phone Dial 30-651 " Always the I ewest " Her father wa; a twine manufacturer, and she certainly throws a mean line. " You needn ' t look so disgusted, " said the joke to the editor, " you may be old yourself some day. " Page Oiu- Iliui,hi;l niul liightylliicc ■ 5li e WE WANT THE STUDENTS OF SOUTHERN TO MAKE OUR STORE " THEIR STORE " LET US SERVE YOUR WEEDS TERRACE DRUG STORE ;«)9 EAST MAIN STREET PHONE .mi 7 -a ' il ; - Oil. ' Iliui,h, ' .l nil, I l-.li;lilv our C LET US FURNISH YOf R HOME THE THREE FRIENDS FURNITURE COMPANY OF LAKELAND 227 S. Florida Avenue Phone 44-161 Stores also in Jacksonville M lami Orlando The Young Man ' s Thoughts Naturally Turn to OTT ' S [The Shop of Qualilv) When Clothes Are Concerned Because There He Finds: " SCHOBLE " HATS " SMITH " SHOES " SOCIETY " and " CAMPUS TOGS " CLOTHING -EMERY " and " ARROW " SHIRTS " INTERWOVEN " HOSIERY Ott Clothing Co. Lakeland, Florida Mr. Tillia: " How is it, sir. tliat I find vou kissing my daugiiter ? How is it, sir? " Huskey: " Great, sir. great. " K. T. : " Wliat do you tiiink of Kissimmee? " Christie: " It ' s the first cemetery that I ever saw that was paved. " M-y Page One Hundred and Eighty-H- m §ii j.» CENTRAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY POLK COUNTY TRUST COMPANY LAKELAND CLEARING HOUSE ASSOCL TION STATE BANK OJb LAKELAND FIRST NATIONAL BANK if .1 cn i t)ic One ihnuircti and Eighty-six C % •% ' C C C %• i ' Si - SERVICE A SPECIALTY BUCHANAN ' S CAFE ' ' THE PLACE TO EAT ' 125 N. Kentucky Avenue Phone 27-131 ARE YOU AW ARE OF THE FACT That we have a complete stock of high grade bright framing, boards, and finish under cover and ready for prompt delivery. SPECIAL MILL WORK OF ALL KINDS J. C. WEBSTER LUMBER CO. Phones 30-442 31-131 YARDS: On Old Tampa Road — and — orth Strest and Omuhundra Avenue , ' " Sam Adams: ' " What are you do- ing to save others from suffering and misery? " Kitty Payne: " Well. I became en- gaged to you. didn " t 1? " ' Spivey: " Have a drink on me. " Sam Banks: " No, but I ' ll take the nickel. " Bed time story: " Once Fred Hey- flinger and Pevvee Weiner made a bet. " Sand may be defined a- a group of nicks, each one of which is so small that it is impossible to stub your toe on it. Sand is located chiefly on Southern College campus and in our fightin ' Moos. 1 he cliff dwellers were not the onlv bluffers. DRINK IN BOTTLES DELICIOUS and REFRESHING - ' JI 4 ' Page One Uiiiiihcil and Highly sc7Cii r- The Threshold of Life To-day you members of the Class ol 102 are prepared to take your places in the world. You have completed in four years — more or less — tiie prescrihed course oi slud and your masters have rewarded your efforts. In life as in srh.ool llie mea-urc of our uc- cess will he Nour perseverance and xour ap- plication. Mav each succeeding year hring you greater happiness, greater wcallli. and fit you for greater service. The Lakeland Chamber of Commerce I). IIODSON LEWIS, MANAGER -4 i agc Oiw liuuiircd and liishly-eight ♦ - ©!«!. .•s n Mildreil Perry: " " Oli. 1 wonder if Dan Jenkins loves me. ' Kat.: " Of course, why should he make vou an exception? " -X- -» -5:- Prof. Williams: " I hate dumli women. " Dr. BIy: " . ' Xha. a woman hater. " -» -s " Now class, I must ask you to be more quiet, " chided Dr. Coe. " There is so much talking that I can ' t hear myself talk. " E. B. Smith: " Don ' t fret, you aren " t missing much. " We read where a college man has worked his way through school bv caring for a baby. We know a num- ber of Southern College men who have flunked for the same reason. U (• Have Everything for the Co-ed —VISIT— THE LADIES ' HABERDASHER, Inc. Kentucky Avenue Stores also in FORT MYERS BRADENTON CLEARWATER " Saj It With Flowers " MANNING FLORAL LANDSCAPE COMPANY Member of Florists ' Telegraph Delivery Association GROWERS OF CHOICE FLOWERS CORRECT LANDSCAPING DELICIOUS CANDIES BIRDS BIRD SUPPLIES 213 E. Lemon Street : Lakeland, Florida : Phone 41-621 g ' - §) l iigc 0)tc Hundred and Eighty-nine f .- " TOF OF FLORIDA " HOTEL L VKELAND TERRACE Lakeland, Florida 150 Rooms : 150 Baths : Modern Eiiro icaii Plan C. L. Arnold. Manager re-prool Dining Roam Consolidated Rock Products Company PRODUCERS OF CONCRETE ROCK AND LIME ROCK On arries: I-tachatla. Fla. Brook xille. Fla. General Offices: MarMc Arcade Building Lakeland, I ' la. MARSHALL - McLEAN COMPANY Sales — R ' iitals iMrgPst Rental Office in the City APARTMENT HOUSES UNDER OUR CONTROL RESIDENCES Fnrnished or Infurnished S A L ]•: s W e Handle Pi siness Pronerly RESFDENTLAL PROPERTY (, ROVES ACREAC you are e(nniiii; In Uir Sk Line Cil In li e W I! I T E US .1 I ' lllii ' ' ) " ■• Ihliuh,;! ,111,1 Vliii ' lv r- . ' . ' c JAMES A. MILLER COMPANY Lakeland. Florida STORE AND MARKET FIXTURES REFRIGERATORS and SCALES FOR EVERY PURPOSE 317 West Main Street " More Than TicentY } ears in the Business " .Komco([SEc6hbmv UNITED MARKETS SERVE SOUTH FLORIDA Wherever Southern Students go in South Florida thev will find a UNITED MARKETS Store near them that courteously solicits their patronage. Take this thought home with you when you go. Stand by the merchants that stand by you! Untied Xarkcf s " c Florida Concern ' J Bill Hastings: " I recited six times in history to-day. ' Mary Harms: " What did you say. " I don t know? ' " Christie I at 7 A. M I : " Y ' up? " Corning ( yaw ning I : ' " Yup. " ■K- 7f ft Paging K. T. : A frisky young person named Ida Ran away with a gallon of cider; The cops sorely pressed her But couldn ' t arrest her. For Ida had the cider inside her. Maybe Mary Newkirk is like some girls we know — couldn ' t even tell the truth in a diary, for she was very worried when she lost hers. Page One Hundred and Ninety-one Jl X " rfl jV IN ' LAKE0ND . .■ .4s : fo ? " THAT GOOD " ICE CREAM EAT IT EVERY DAY " IT ' S A HEALTH FOOD " Made in Lakeland by W. C. BERRIER ICE CREAM CO. Phone 39-171 ( Near the College) ' A Lakeland Indnslry " 803 East Palmett. A MARVELOUS CHOICE OF SMART NEW FROCKS ENSEMBLE DRESSES GAY SPRING COATS Emphasizing distinct new niodt ' s that are of partirnlar interest to Madame and Miss who desire their Spring Frock and Coat to reflect the newest phase of the season ' s lashion. IKOCkS and S 12.7510 UKLSSLS l ' J.50 Agenls lor Mallinson s Famous S.Iks WRAPS MM,1 S Q.r)5to IIUAIS 15.00 Barlows Exclusive fJ:RCANTILE CO. Shop lor Women 07 MTb ' .; ;.■ ' »ii ' Hnn ' lii-.l iiihl . incly Iwo r- H, BENJ. HALLEN PORTRAITS BY PHOTOGRAPHY STUDIO, DRANE BUILDING PHONE 34-812 LAKELAND, FLORIDA If -4 g- Page One Hundred and Ninety-three ■ THE STORE OF SERVICE Welcomes Xeticoniers to Tampa The numerous accommodations and conveniences extended bv this store through its various sections and service department and which are so favoral)ly known to its rcjrular jiatrons will he appreciated hy the winter visitors and lliose who intend inakiiig Tamj)a or South Florida their ])ermane:it home. MAKE THIS STORE VOL R SHOPPl. G HEADQUARTERS WHILE l TAMPA. It ' s a most invitint: [dace to shop. Here vou will find fashion s last word in ivcaring apparel creations and accessories as well as everything correct and dependable in furniture and home furnishings. Gff£Ar£fi TAMPA ' S GREATEST SrO f£_ SOUTHERN COLLEGE STUDENTS ARE INVITED TO INSPECT OLR STORE WHEN IN TAMPA. We ( ' .(irry n Complcti- Tine of ( ' .ollciiiale (Clothing. HENRY CIDDENS CLOTHING COMPANY TAMPA STREET, TAMI ' V. Il.()i;il) t Vo c One Uiiililrcil mill tiirlyfour THE HILLSBORO TAMPA. FLORIDA TOP 0 ' THE TOWN DINING ROOM 7th FLOOR Florida ' s Finest AH- Year-Round Hotel Herman W. I Soph I : ' " Rat, what ' s your highest ambition? " Joker (Rat): " To die a year sooner than you. so I ' ll be a sophomore in Hades when you get there. " Coach Anderson: " Who originated the first geometry proposition? " Galloway: " Noah. He constructed the first arc B. C. " Page One Htiti(lred and Ki}tcty-iive iilO HARRIS CLOTHING COMPANY TAMPA THEATRE BUILDING 711 Franklin Telephone 3274 lampa. Florida AVOID HIT - or - MISS RESULTS — I se — GULF BRANDS The Farmer ' s Best Friend THE GULF FERTILIZER CO. Tampa, Florida WOLF BROTHERS, INC. Fa.-lc t-Gro ing Stort- to Serve Men and Boys in Florida ' WE GROW BECAUSE WE SERVE " 808 Franklin Street (:OMI ' U]IE. TS OF TARR FURNITURE COMPANY 303 Twiggs Street Tani|)a Florida ain[)a, Floridii 3 _ cr a Pii c One Hundred and Ninety-sis •t ' ri ) FOR FORTY-TV; YEARS KNIGHT AND WALL COMPANY ' ' THE UTMOST IN QUALITY " BUILDERS ' HARDWARE AND HOUSEWARES FOR THE HOME BEAUTIFUL SPORTING GOODS FOR THE OLD AND THE YOUNG AUTOMOBILE AND MOTORCRAFT EQUIPMENT AND ACCESSORIES RADIOS AND SUPPLIES Tampa ' s Landmark ' ' ' KNIGHT AND WALL COMPANY it Piigc One Hundred and Nincty-sefen " b u,. OUR PROFESSIONAL FRIENDS NORMAN S. STONE Attorney at Law Tiu-t Buildins ■ Phone 22-111 PETERSON CARVER Attorneys and Counselors at Law Polk Tliratif Buildina HILLINGSLEY COVINGTON Attorneys at Law rimne 2«-f)ll Van Hu s Bids. BRYANT TRANTHAM Attorneys at Law Booms 1-2-1-6 First Nat. Bk. Bld . C. E. KENSINCER Attorney at Law ' hone 24-611 Lakeland. Fla. JUDSON, HOPPER BENTLEY Lawyers Suite 901-6 Marble Arcade Bids. " Hair cut? " asked the barber. " Yeah, " grunted Wendell Roberts, the hanl-boiled cow boy, " Girlish bob. " Sparks: " There is one word in the English language that is always jiro- nounced right. " Abby: " What word is that? " Sjjarks: " Right, of course. " Jinnnie B.: " Did you call me a blockhead? " jinnnie Whiddon: " No, I wasn ' t quite that strong. 1 said, " Put on your lial. here comes a woodpecker. " Dressing ' FT.ORIDA BEAUTY SHOP I ' liuiK- 27-171 209 E. r,emon Si. Vitamines! Ice Cream contains virtual- ly all of tlie necessities for health — including Vitamines . . B and C. Delicious Polnsettia Ice Cream should be served every day. Buy it from your iici«:lil orljoo(l store Tlie lo-Year Favorite! ICE CREAM " The Smile Follow the Spoon " Mndc In Lakeland Ot ' ' ' 9 Page 0»e Hundred and X ' incty-eiglit r ' i1 m myh- 4 Oul; (f the ' Qom I M if " k QYfechanical difficulties have been met and overcome, imbuing our ar- tisans with a sound knolvl- edge of the groundwork of our business—a knouiedge which leaves their minds and hands unhampered, free to effect the broader vision conceived by you for your cAnnual. kviEs Co. - Page Otic Hiiiiiircd ami Xiitcty-uiitc fogc Txvo Hun.hcti II • i V « ' • ' ' « '


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