Florida Southern College - Interlachen Yearbook (Lakeland, FL)

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■ , -.;.■- ' ■■■■■,■ ■ ' .• ' ■ m Wm rns m m , ' ■■■ ' • ' ft SjsIf LUDD M. SPIVEY raw; was m S mm H :. Jfe mm i ..... - . • ' « ■ ♦ % -J Zx J-Id 1L± 1936 ♦ • ■% .♦ ■% ♦ ♦ Unt %Lacli£H ig36 PUBLISHED BY STUDENTS OF I CofLnt ROBERT W. FRAZIER Editor-in-Chief t • 4 • - (LofiyxLqhk 1 Q 36 Robert W. Frazier Editor-in-Chief Mattie Lee Sim merlin . Usociate Editor Marian Daniel Business Manager Helen Caudle Art Editor DL WITHIN the covers of this book we pay hom- age to those deities of a culture long past, and make our attempt to resurrect and interpret some of their stately grandeur. Their memories have created a lasting impression upon the lives of gen- erations long since buried beneath crumbling ruins, but they still live and are revered by mortal men. To the grandeur that once was Greece, and the glory that was Rome, we pay our respectful homage; entreating that the ancient gods lend their approval on these, our respectful efforts. I j ♦ % t • ■ ■ ' ♦ « ♦ .♦ 1 This volume of the Interlachen is dedicated to C. V. McClurg, who is a loyal friend to Florida Southern College. By means of his many services, modestly rendered, he has earned for himself a place in the annals of our College. Besides being a successful attorney a)id a competent business man, he is the president of the Peoples Savings Bank of Lakeland. . 4 t • • ■ ' ♦■••♦•• -JauLz of (Lontznt± i. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. Theme Dedication Campus Views Faculty Classes Features Organizations Fraternities Athletics Intramural Programs Snapshots and Diary Campus Activities Magazine Sections and Ads •♦■ FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE LAKELAND, FLORIDA LUDD M SPIVEY PRESIDENT January 24 1956 To the Students of Florida Southern College This Interlachen comes to you from two of our capable students, Robert Frazier and Marion Daniel, and their assistants. That they have done their work well is made plain by the book itself. I know I speak for every faculty member and student when I say that we are deeply indebted to them. By means of this page, too, I want to express my great appreciation to all the students for their loyalty and fine support. No college president could ask for better cooperation from his students. After all, a college is a spirit and therefore no greater than the spirit of its students. If I were asked to name one thing that accounts for Florida Southern ' s success, I would say that it is the spirit that obtains on our campus. To its Editor and Business Manager, I offer my congratulations. Very sincerely, Ludd M. Spivey % " % " % %» Ludd Mvrl Spivey, President Florida Southern College A. B., M. A., B.D., University of Chicago ; LL.D., Birmingham Southern; Ed. D., Stetson University It is only fitting that in this, the 1936 Interlachen, we pay homage to one whose dreams and inspired guidance has been largely responsible for the rapid progress of Southern during the past years. 1935- ' 36 has been a banner year at Southern. She has been admitted to the Southern Association of Accredited Colleges and Secondary Schools. As this is written a new girls ' Dormitory is under construction. The future looms bright. Southern looks up and on, and we, the students, wish to take this opportunity to express our sincere and grateful appreciation to Dr. Ludd M. Spivey, our president, for this, our era of expansion. t 4 t ' t t i Jht iHrmnnam DR. C. S. JOSEPH November, 1869 November 19, 1935 GENTLEMAN SCHOLAR TEACHER ♦ J ♦ ♦ « • t • ♦ ■••♦ • i i J . t ■ ■ 1 ■■ ■• - V IBaMHHMIHHHHBaHaHliBMBaaHHI The President ' s Home - 1 ■ " « • V William Eugene DeMelt Dean of College Ph. B., A. M., Bucknell University; Ph. B., Ph. ]).. University of Toronto Mamie Krohn Dean of II ' omen B. S., Florida Southern College Ray V. Sowers ean of Men 18 • ♦ ♦ •„♦ William Baltic Eclyth L. Bainter Henry Green Barnett William Battle, Athletic Director; A. P.., Birmingham Southern; M. A.. Peabody College. Edyth L. Bainter, Art; S. B., Florida South- ern; Pupil of Henry Fluhart ; Student Art Institute of Pittsburg. Henry Green Barnett, Enylish; A. B.. Emory University; M. A.. Columbia University. Walter Omer Ropp, Bursar; A. B.. University of West Virginia. George Franklin Scott, History; A. B.. Middle Georgia College; Graduate work at Vanderbilt University. Harris Gordon Sims. Journalism ; A. B., Florida Southern College; LL.B.. Stetson University; Graduate work at the University of Wisconsin. Walter Omer Ropp George Franklin Scott Harris Gordon Sims 19 »■« - ;■ ' ■-■■, Thomas Charles Blaisdell Robert Stewart Bly James Augustus Close. Jr. m Thomas Charles Blaisdell, English; A. B., M. A., Syracuse University; Ph. S., Univer- sity of Pittsburg; LL.S., Alma College. Robert Stewart Bly. Chemistry; B. S.. Stetson University; M. A.. Columbia University; Ph. D., Northwestern University. James Augustus Close, Jr., Economics; A. B., Vale; M. B. A., Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration; Graduate work at the University of Michigan. Samuel Gwynn Coe, History; A. B., M A., Washington and Lee University ; Ph. D., Johns Hopkins University. Yvonne Goldsborough, French; A. B., Florida Southern College. Isabel V. Hallam, English; A. B., University of Illinois; A. M., Columbia University; Graduate work at the University of Illinois, University of Colorado, Columbia Univer- sity. Samuel Gwynn Coe Yvonne Goldsborough Isabel V. Hallam 20 ♦ •• ♦ Charles Warren Hawkins David F. Johnson Maurice M ulvania Charles Wakren Hawkins, Bible; Ph.D., Wesleyan University; B. S., Drew Univer- sity. David F. Johnson, Biology; A. B., Wabash College; M. S., New York University; Graduate work at New York University. Maurice Mulvania, Biology; B. S., Western Normal College ; M. S., University of Ten- nessee ; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. James Claudius Peel, Education; A. B., Elon College; M. A., University of North Caro- lina ; Graduate work at Peabody College and Columbia University. Mattie Rampley, Home Economics; B. S., Lagrange College ; B. S. H. E., University of Georgia; M. A., Columbia University. Bernhard Paul Reixsch. Mathematics; A. B., B. S., Ph.D., M. S., University of Illinois. rmz James Claudius Peel Mattie Rampley Bernhard Paul Reinsch 21 V ' Charles Amzi Vannoy Kenneth G. Weihe Mary Marguerite Will ' : Charles Amzi Vannoy, Foreign Languages; A. B., A. M, Drake University; Ph. I).. University of Iowa. Kenneth G. Weihe, English; B. S., The Col- lege of Wooster; M. A.. Ph. I).. Yale Uni- versity Mary Marguerite Wills. Speech; A. B. Uni- versity of Illinois; M. A., Northwestern University; Graduate work at the Univer- sity of Wisconsin. Helen Wood Barnum, Piano; Graduate of West Virginia Wesleyan College; Student of Oberlin Conservatory of Music and the University of Southern California; Private stud} with Allen Spencer. Van Lewen Swartout, Richard McClanahan, James Whittaker, Frederick Curtiss Butterfield. Howard J. Barnum, Music; Graduate of Ithaca College; Student of W. Grant Eg- bert, Clarence Devaux Royer, Ottarkar Sevcik. Thomas Phelps Ch i.ker, Bible; A. B., Emory University; B. 1).. Yale University; M. A " , rh.D., Yale University. JTZ Helen Wood Barnum Howard J. Barnum Thomas Phelps Cha.ker 22 » ♦• ♦ % ♦ ♦ Edgar Earle Tolle Lucille LeRoy Louise Oween Sumner S SB Edgar Earle Tolle, Voice; Student at Baker University, Highland University, Homers Institute. Lucille LeRoy, Secretary to the President; B. S„ Rollins College. Louise Ow en Sumner, Librarian; A. B., Florida Southern College ; B. L. S., Peabody College; Graduate work at Duke University. Edna Gibson, College Nurse; R. N. Hughetta Vaughn ' , Registrar; B. S., Florida State College for Women ; Graduate work at Columbia University. Mrs. J. B. Thompson, Dietitian. V. Edna Gibson Hughetta Vaughn Mrs. J. B. Thompson 23 W. J. Churuhwell P.M. Boyd John Flavel Wilson (ncppQj W. .1. Chi ' RCHwell, Field Agent. P. M. Boyd, Chaplain. John Flavel Wilson, College Physician; M. S., Medical College of the State of South Carolina. Martha Watts, Matron of Beta Mil Frater- nity. Mrs. Alvin Carter, Matron of Pi Kappa Fra- ternity; A. B., Florida Southern College. Mrs. W. F. Hinson, Matron of Chi Delta Epsilon Fraternity. Mrs. Eva Nicks, Matron of Theta Kappa Psi Fraternity. Martha Watts Mrs. Alvin Carter Mrs. W. F. Hinson Mrs. Eva Nicks 24 Untio dilation to ( oLLzaz • cZduaation li a Lo±±E±±ion ujniak cannot Lje takzn acvaii from msn. y — Epictetus t mMU?, ■89 ♦ • •« w— Evelyn Middleton President B. S. IX EDUCATION Citra, Florida F. S. C. W. ' 32; Pan Hellenic ' 35; In terlachen Staff ' 35; Student Council ' 34 Senate, Sec, ' 35 ; Pi Gamma Mu ' 35 Vagabonds ' 34. ' 35; Sports Club ' 33- ' 34 Serpent- ' 33- ' 34; V. Y. C. A. ' 33- ' 35 Morning Watch Chairman ' 34, Sec. Treas. y 3h ; Phi Delta. ■ Claude Harden ' ice President U. S. IN EDI CATION River Junction, Florida Men ' s Glee Club ' 32; Vice-Pres ' 33; Pres, ' 34, ' 35; Y. M. C. A. ' 32; ice Pres. ' 33; Pres. ' 34: Vagabonds ' 32; Impresario ' 34; Football ' 32; Debating Team ' 32; Pres. Sophomo re Class ' 33; Business Mgr. Southern ' 33; Business Mgr. [nterlachen ' 34: Gamma Sigma Chi ' 34, Pres ' 34: Static Club ' 34; Upha Psi Omega ' 35; Beta Mu, Sec. ' 34, ' 35. 28 •♦• • ♦ ♦ ♦ . ♦ ♦ • • ■%•.♦ ■HBHH Margaret Allen Secretary B. S. IN EDUCATION West Palm Beach. Florida University of Tampa " 33; Songsters ' 34; Vagabonds ' 35; V. Y. C. A. ' 34; Alpha Psi Omega ' 36; Nu Tau Beta, Pies. ' 36. Frances Stribling Treasurer B. S. Lakeland , Florida V. W. C. A. ' 33; Home Ec. Club ' 34- ' 35; Phi Delta. 29 ♦ $ ■ -4 Gladys Louise Adama b. s. E. Boca Grande, Florida Songsters ' 32- ' 36; V. W. C. A. ' 3 i, ' 33; Sports Club ' 32; Serpents ' 33; Xi Delta Nu. i I Lucie Mae Boyd b. s. ix education Lakeland, Florida V. W. C. A.: B. S. U. ( ouncil ' 34, ' 35 I ' i ' i.uiini.i M ii ' 35. 30 ► ■♦•• • % lIm ht kr.iaSi ♦ ..♦«•♦.••♦•♦■: v: Nellie Crabtree Arxett a. B. Lakeland, Florida Catherixe Bell b. s. in education Winter Harm , Florida Norman Juniur College ' 32, ' 33, ' 34: Home Economics Club; Kappa Gamma Tan. 31 fi ♦ V I! Ashley Calhoun b. s. in business administration Lake City, Florida Student Council ' 34, ' 35; Vice-President Southern Senate ' 35; Cheer Leader ' 34; Vagabonds ' 32- ' 36, Business Mgr. ' 33, Pres. ' 35; Alpha 1 ' si Omega ' 34- ' 36, Pres. ' 34, ' 35; Mo Omega Xi; Pi Gamma Mu; Beta Mti, Pres. ' 35. Julia Mae Conant A. B. Lakeland, Florida Millsaps College, Tackson, Miss. C. W. F. S. 32 % ▼ % ▼ » " w Marian Daniel a. b in expression Tallahassee. Florida Vagabi nds ' 33- ' 36, Sec. ' 34- ' 36; Alpha Psi Omega ' 34- ' 36, Sec. ' 34 ' 36; Song- sters ' 33, ' 34; Static Club ' .55. ' 36. Sec- retary ' 35, ' . ' 6: Serpents ' 34, ' 35; Canoe H :n ' 33, 35: Southern Staff ' I 6 tmerlachen Advertising Staff ' 34, ' 35, Rusincs Mgr. ' 36; Sports Club ' 33, ' 35; Pan-Hell enic ' 36; Junior Class Sec- retary; Phi Delta. Robert Frazier I!. S. DeLand, Florida V M. C. A. ' .U; Men ' s Glee Club ' 33- ' 36. Pres. ' 35, ' 36; Science Club ' 35; Editor-in-Chief Interlachen ' 36; Pi Kappa, Treas. ' 35. 33 9 4 • ] Jorothy Barbara jifkord 1!. S. IN HOME El ONOM tCS Frostproof, Florida Songsters ' 33 ' 35, Sec. ' 34, Pres. ' . ' 5; Council W. II. G. A.; Home Ec. Club, sc, ' .i4; Serpents; Sports Club; Pan- rlelleni. ' 34- ' 35; Nu Tan Beta, Sec ' 33. Betty Gilkky a. n. Lakeland. Florida Pi Gamma Mu; Mu Omega Xi: Thela Pi Delia. Vice-Pres. ' . ' 4. 34 Stafford Haca A. B. Standsville, I ' irginia Intramural Manager Tennis ' 36; An- nual Staff ' 35; Southern Staff ' 33: Randolph-Macon College ' 31, ' 32; Cheer Leader ' 33; Glee Club; Senate; Theta Kappa Psi, Pres. ' 35. 35 t , 4 4 Laura Neal Leon rh a. B. Winter Haven. Florida Songsters ' 33- ' 36; V. W. C. A. ' 33- ' 36; Phi Delta. Vesta Leslie b. s. ix educ vtion Lake City, Florida Vagabonds ' 33- ' 36; Canoe Team ' 35; W. C. A. Cabinet ' 33- ' 35; Serpents ' 35; Sports Club ' 33- ' 35; Phi Delta. 36 •$-J ♦ » ♦ • • Laura Luxe B. S. IX HUME ECONOMICS Brooksville, Florida V. W. C. A. ' 33, Vice-Pres. ' 34, Sec ' 34, Vice-Pres. ' 36; Sports Club ' 33; Home Ec. Club, Vice-Pres ' 33, Pres ' 34, Vice-Pres. ' 35; W. II. G. A. ' 35, Pres. ' 36; Scn.m. Treas. ' 36. Milburx McLeod A. B. Tampa, Florida V. M. C. A.; Gamma Sigma Chi. Pres. ' 35; Pi Gamma Mu; Debating Society; Football ' ii, ' 34; Inter-Fraternity Council ' 34; Interlachen Staff ' 36; Pi Kappa. I 37 v t t Vll«;i Nl M rn HELL A. B. Kathleen, Florida Y. W. C. A. ' 33; Vagabonds ' 33; Ser- pents ' 34; I ' i Kappa Sigma ' 33; Vice Pres Freshman Class; Plii Delta. M k .arkt Owens b. s. E. Frostproof, Florida F S. C. W. ' 31, ' 32; Songsters ' 34; Tin pie Piilet ' 33, ' . ' 4; Asst. Art In- structor ' 33, ' 34; Kappa Gamma Tau ' 33, Vice-Pres. ' 34. 38 % • • ■„• ,♦ .♦ .♦ ♦ -wx 4 r + yj HHH William S snus a. n. Ft. Myers, Florida College of Charleston " 33; Vagabonds ' 35. ' 36; B. S. U. ' 34- ' 36; Intel I ra trinity Council ' 35, Pies ' 36; Theta Kappa Psi ' 34. Albert Starke b. s. Sanford, Florida Debating Team ' 32; Council Member " 33; Football ' 33; Lettermen ' s Club ' 33; Science Club Sec. ' 34. Treas. ' 35; Mu Omega Xi, Pies. ' 35; Pi Gamma Mu ' 36. 39 t 4 GUYLENA Sl ' l BBS B. S. IN HOME El ONOMK S Sarasota, I torida Ringling Sc] i of n ' 33, ' 34; Home Ec. i luh ' 35, Pres. ' 36; Sports Club ' 35; Serpents ' 35; Vagabonds ' 36; Y H G. A. ' 36; V. W. C. A. ' 35 ' 36; Team ' 35; Phi Delta. Jack Threlkeld b. s. in education Titusville, Florida Pres, Freshman Class ' 32; Glee Club ' 32- ' 34; Football Team ' 32- ' 34; Busi- aess Mgr. of the Southern ' 35; Senate; Pi Kappa, Tie. is. ' 34, Pres. ' 35. 40 ♦ • ♦ ■ James Turner B. S. Tampa, Florida Men ' s Glee Club ' 34- ' 35; Mu Omega Xi; Pi Gamma Mu; Science Club; Junior Rotarian ' 35; Pi Kappa. BlI.LIE Vlif.t A. B. Miami, Florida Arlington Hall ' 33; Randolph-Macon ' 34. ' 35; Intel laclien Staff ' 36; Songsters " 36; Xu Tau Beta. 41 « • t ■ 4 ,. ...,...,,. .-.„ ,., Grace White a. B. II inter Haven, Florida I in ersity of Indiana. Carolyn Yates a. B. Lakeland, Florida Pi Gamma Mu, Sec. ' 35, ' .16; Static 12 • • • . . ■ - .-»•♦♦ v 4 Maxwell McMullen President Ruth ( !ross Waldrop Vice-President Eunice Tk vsk I reasurcr 1 nk(irin Elsimoee Moore Sci retary 44 ft « ft ft Bernice Albinson Bartow. Fla. M u IARET BeYF.R Tampa, Fla. Joe Bird Orlando, Fla. M IRIAM BliRI NG Lakeland. Fla. Charles Brio Bartow, Fla. Henrietta Bryant Miami, Fla. Robert Cars White Springs, Fla. 45 ♦ _ t t ' ■ ,■ r- ! . . ■••:. , ( rERALD ( .ARE llbany, Ga, Marie Ci arke akeland, Fla. Loyal Frisbii Bartow, Fla. LA HEN Lucy Lee Ellis Perry. Fla. T. W. Carutheus Coleman, Fla. I )onald Fen ki.l Lakeland, Fla. Bon mk Fulwood Lakeland, Fla. 46 ■MM I N R Bob Gislee Orlando, Fla. Hazel Haley Lakeland, Fla. Samuel Hendrix Reddick, Fla. Wiliam Duncan McRae Tampa, Fla. Laura Hoyl Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 47 Loyal B. Mi ( ' i w Hollywood, Fla. Linda M ason Lakeland, Fla. ' 4 t HEN Eleanor Morrison Sebring, Fla. Imogene Neal Lakeland, Fla. Howren Norton Tampa, Fla. Miriam Purcell Dade City, Fla. Frances Ti b i i; Orhimln, Fla. ' an nie Louise Lewis Plant Lily. Fla. Alberta Threlkeld Tampa, Fla. 48 ♦•%•♦■ % % £ oanomoxEi t 4 f 4 4 Ernest Maney I ' resident Jack Spivev Vice-President il ARGARET P ARSONS Secretary Jac k Montgom ery Treasurer 50 Bessie Blai k M i; i 1 1 I ' . M 1 1 n i Robert Bor.cs Doris Bowlby Virginia Mae Brow n Mary Calhoun Marguerite Cassels Enwix Carter Helen Caudle Novell ( ' i.-i ef Jeanne Choate Llewellyn Clark Herman Close 51 t • t 4 Marth Conner Lacette Cooper Maui, rk.t Daniel Eva Dennis Charles Dickinson Bill Ennis J. C. Ewing Jeannette Feaster Sarah Fleming Ruby Fletcher Lillian Foster Mary Martha Frazier Jim Fulton 52 Gladys Gaines W. George Gambill Sylvia Griffioen Helen Hamilton India Claire Hardin Harriett Har ey Betty Harward Walter Hinson Vii rOR Hitchcock William Holton N XCY HUTTON Agnes Johnson Horace Kelly t vv v •• AS 4 W V ▼ Kathleen Loudv Frances Lyman M ARGARET McA 11 w Madie B. Marlowe Clio Met i.h-: I lOROTHY Mux K Willie Fay Mooneyhan William Morris Mvkl LE MYRES VlK ' i.l l I ' no Virginia M. Pall Enid Parker M K I ' ' IT P RKEK 54 % » % % • J ■ .♦ v_ %•.% ' . Clare Philips DrRAD EVANT Pl.YBON Aha Pixo Earnesteen Roger Susan Glen Sanders Harvey Smith ( ' arrih Eunice Rider Carlotta Ropp Mary Shuler Elliott S. Ritch Martha Rose Sanders Eugene Smith Donna Stoddard 55 t •-♦•■» VW - 4 4 4 it if. Lee Sum merlin Kathertne Hinson J i ■ i rrE Thomas Elizabeth Thominin Pi ishing Thom pson Elizabeth Yettek i rER u.mxe Wallace Esther Rae Whit mure Warren Willis Howard Wolking Philip Wolking _ t£iA mzn S5 Kath leen Ford President David Prick ' ice-President M kv Francis Dutton Secretai v I (oris Puri II I. Treasurer 58 LAMAR B05TICK FLORI NCE BROOKS CARL BRUNEI R MARGARLT SP-YAN ! KATHERlNE 5ULTER RABUN CALHOUN ELIZA5FTH CAREY MARGARET CALWN5 59 . DICK CAUOlE HELEN CHARLTON PFAQL ANN CHILES ' MARION CLARK NEWELL COOK J M COOPEU LETITIA COQ6ETT LILLIAN COITLE CAOL COX EDNA GENE COX THEODORE CROSS THOMAS CURRY MARJORIE DAUGHTERY RUBY DAVIS RUTH DIER LNW fRTH POBERT DIXON " MERLE " " ' L5lX0N " MELIICENT EADOY MARTHA ELLIS 60 M EWING ADD E LEE FEA5FER ALLIE FERGl MASEL FLETCHER FONTAINl FRAZIER ALV ' ENA GAOAU LILLIAN T GIL MAN ALICE GLOVCH JOSEPHINE GOODBREAD CLARICE GOVE ROZELL GROIN BEATRICE GRUEL WALTON HALL JEANNETTE HARWELL LUCY HARRELL JEANNE HART LALAI HAT I AWYr HELEN HAWKINS POBERT HLNI- " - 61 MERTICE HORiCN RICHARD HUG6AR1 ELIZABETH HUFf muggins ' BOWOON HUNT MARION HUT50N CHAPLlS I50M EARL JACkSON JOHN JACKSJN FRED JAEGER MARY ELIZABETH JETER VIRGINIA JOHNSON WILMA JOHNSON ION JONES MARY WILL JONES RANEE IE KENNtDY H EDWIN KINDRED MARY WNOWLE5 DORA KOONS lLH LAWLOR 62 ♦ 4 ,♦■ ■■• • ♦ Hi UOLOQLS LOMLIJ mZULAY McCALL V™ ivV-CLELL AN ANNIC L McLCUGY VIQGIE Mc PAt J05CPHINC McWlaiAMi KATHRYN i ■n MOLLY MATIilAS MILOQL ' D MAI2TIN MAGGACLT MICKLCQ MYQA MCKLLk POLXQICK MIOULETON LL..I5 MILLLO VIRGINIA M . MOODL MABY LOUI3C MODQOW IQCNL MODDOV TAYC MOSC5 NLL 63 Y! U ♦ -t DOROTHY MOIjUY ANNE NEWSOML MABLt NICK5 ELLEN Ovtk 5TREEl RACHEL OVERTON 5UZEUA PARISH PAULA PAPKER JOHN PARKER HARRICTT PEPtR MASCL PC IOC Q DAVID PI QPLNTC QO3ALIN0 PETQY euTl-l PHILLIPS MAQY V PICPi C CDWAPU POC PHYLLIS POV LLL CLCAN JACl POV LQ UANIL L PPICC I ICLLN UACKLCY 64 ,t » .♦ • .♦ ELIZABETH QEEVE LOIO QEYNOLDS QALPH QIVES20 rUANCCO SANG5II i. GCQTQUDE SANG5TEQ J Q OCALLY J03CDI I OCIiUCK JAMES 3HEPHEUD EDITH oHEPPAQD A, C SHEPAQD MAQY LOUISE 3MATE EDNA SNEAO ALMA SNYOt i- ' r SPOON G. It 5T EVENS JUNE OTEN30N " IPMA 5 TOCKWtU UUTI-I STOKES SIIEUV oCO STOKtb GDACE STOSQUOGJl t . — — -Jt - » , - - fee L- - W m -j 65 I f ♦ t ' ♦ V ♦ ♦ ♦ t. DONALD STUI3B3 CAUQOLL TL ' ETLU CLAQCNCL TOMPKIN5 PQCSTON TQOTTCR CI-IAQLOTTE TUTTLC LUGLNC " ' VA.5T " CLOiaE x WIIITEIHJQ3T Jf-ANNt WILKINSON LDLA ■ OLTT5Y LXX L ' Vk - TDANK ZANDLQ 66 Jfttf 1935 » t • SUMMER SCHOOL, 1935 Lois Alma Berry A.B. Ida Payne Dishong B.S.E. Virginia Rohertson Chapman B.S.E. Inez Fredrica Cochrane B.S.E. Lula Ravesies Cochrane B.S.E. Lena Mickler Crum B.S.E. Ettia Burdick Crane A.B. Ralph Lauder Fletcher A.B. Nellie Lorraire Johnston B.S.E. Edward Earl Laney B.S.E. Prances Adelaide McCullen A.B. Mary Bessie McDonald B.S.E. Almarin Maney Merrin B.S.E. Mary Howell Murray B.S.E. Ona Ha2el Northcutt B.S.E. 68 OT lE37fc?vs: SUMMER SCHOOL, 19 3 5 1 fl -_ Edna Ford Parcell B.S.E. Mary Antoinette Parrish B.S.E. Nina Irma Percival B.S.E. Dora Cox Phillips B.S.E. Frederick Owen Revels B.S.E. Ethel Mackey Rowell A.B. Lena Simmons B.S.E. Marjorie Dunne Soper A.B. Nell Collier Space A.B. Marjorie Hardaker Taniplin B.S.E. Carrie Blanton Tyler A.B. May Forbes Walden B.S.E. Florence Alford Wallace B.S.E. Florence Hill Watson B.S.E. Ethel Garrett Wolverton B.S.E. Mattie Elizabeth Young B.S.E. 69 4-4-4 •, _Jli£ joitndation or £.i r £iu ituts. ii. in tns. zauoatLon or it± uoutli. — Diogenes ■% ' ■% » • ♦ - ' - ' Jzati 11£± r • t • f . MOST POPULAR f Virginia Mitchell -- BillEnnis 72 MOST REPRESENTATIVE Ashley Calhoun -- Evelyn Middleton 73 •♦•♦. 74 M ()ST ATHLETIC BlLLlE MOONEYHAN -- ] I M FUL TON 75 ■• • • " «■« HONOR W A L K EVELVX MlDDLETON 76 • -i-K ne MlLBURN McLEO VA1. !•. I) I C T ( ) R 1 A X a.mes Turner S A I. U T A T O RI A X a ' - ♦ 4 FRESHMAN FEATURES ■ i M O S T P O P U L A R M ( ) S T R E I ' R E S E X T A T I V E ■ Bowden Hunt - Mary Bell Newell C i — Eloise Whitehurst M.O S T V E R SATILE MOS T A T H L E T I C l ' .ni Evving Marian Albinson 78 Marvin Barnett -- Pat Calkins jDEatitu . ' ♦ _7 2£ itaft, fszLinq incomtts.ts.nt of makinq a is.Ls.c- tion txrnlan tuaA to xsfixsisnt tiiz molt bsautifuL qixLi on tns ca.mh.U5., submitted to z ' V x. ( WiL-foxa, ons of tns country i flnsit iLLuitxatoxi, tns h-ictuxsi of tursLus qixLi. dvyi. ( VvLLfoia. lLLui.tza.tci. fox i.ucn maqazinsi ai cJ-fsaxit i DntsxnationaL, CoimohoL- itan, GoiLlszi, V[c(laLLi, and ZJlis rfmsxican n aqazins. -fii. finaL isLsction of lix qi-xLi. afj.hz.axi. on tLiz foLLoivinq h.aqsi. I I : r Sarasota, Fla. Maroh 16, 1936 Mr. Robert W. Frazier Southern College Lakeland, Fla. Dear Mr. Frazier: I have considered carefully the pictures you sent me for your beauty seotion and I have numbered each one in order of my preference , on the back of each photograph. Of course — as you have mentioned- It is a little difficult perhaps, to do full justioe from so small a picture and also from such a fine group of girls. I have found that character as well as good looks are as important as anything in a contest of this kind. It is on these two characteristics that I have passed judgement. Yours sinoerely, 4 .£.- v_ t £ L €s 82 " 771 dA tfca c Jyi OL t JtA 83 ♦ : K ■ e 84 r J L.a ?c£J LJ X ytc. ' . 85 t 4 4 ♦ ' ♦ 86 , ♦ .« ' ■K-je 87 • - ' «• ♦. r ♦, ifci » r J-zcLinLna mail us. ontaui£.d . . . L T ut JOzauhi f %ae£ ana a larm ins. ImmoxtaL Qift of tns. aodi. aWM». • V V • • % ■ t % ♦ ■ ' WlWsTrHiVi ' N ' 1 ] r.i • ' ■ ' r iDzaanization f ' . .-- ■ • t 4 . izcxst ana i.ociat, axs. ins IJas.i.2. fox riLE.na.i.nLh.6. cvntek, in Latsx Lift, bxlng itnuEi. ana tsaxi in mzmozu of knz uixLi u t £ navz aa.on.zd ana ins. Ljxotnzxi. cvz Iiavz Louzd. I ovzznui ' 3 jDodt L£± V • t N DR. LUDD M. SPIVEY President ASHLEY CALHOUN President of Student Body EVELYN MIDDLETON LAURA LONG President of Senior Class Pres. Woman ' s House Goven.menl THRELKHELD SOWERS KROHN DeMELT HAG A FRISBIE HARDIN GRIFFIEON BEYER BOWLBY WHITMORE WILLIS WOLKING ZIPPER BALDWIN 92 •♦♦♦•♦; S ' .MIytWHriK " ■ •♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ « .♦vl , ♦ « ■ WOMAN ' S HOUSE GOVERNMENT LAURA LONG President GUYLENA STUBBS Vice-President MIRIAM PURCELL Secretary GIF FORD TURNER MOORE THOMPSON ALBINSON FEASTER MIDDLETON HUTTON 93 PANHELLENIC HENRIETTA BRYANT MARIAN DANIEL ENEID PARKER RUTH WALDROP President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer SHULER ALLAN FRAZIER SUMMERLIN BEYER MIDDLETON ALBINSON HUTTON GRIFFIEON MOORE DENNIS HARNEY TRASK PARSONS 94 • INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL ERNEST MANEY President GERALD CARR Vice-President ASHLEY CALHOUN Secretary HOWARD WOLKING Treasurer SANDS MONTGOMERY FULTON THRELKELD 95 THE INTERLACHEN EDITORIAL STAFF ROBERT FRAZIER Editor-in-Chief MATTIE LEE SUMMERLIN Associate Editor BILLIE VLIET Literary Editor HORACE KELLY Sports Editor EVELYN MIDDLETON Organization Editor RUTH WALDROP Assistant Sports Editor MILBURN McLEOO Picture Editor DR. KENNETH W E 1 H E Fa culty Advisor LOYAL FRISBIE Advisory Editor 96 ♦ ♦ ♦ ■ _♦••;• « :♦.♦•♦%♦ THE INTERLACHEN BUSINESS STAFF MARIAN DANIEL Business Manager HAZEL HALEY Assistant Business Manager STAFFORD HAGA Assistant Business Manager Assistant Business Manager ALICE GLOVER Assistant Business Manager CLAUDE HARDIN Assistant Business Manager MARTHA CONNER Typist MARY BELL Typist 97 t f wvvv H INTERLACHEN ART STAFF HELEN CAUDLE Art Editor JEAN CHOATE Snapshot Editor MARIAN ALBINSON Assistant Art Editor LAGETTE COOPER Assistant Art Editor LINDA MASON Assistant Art Editor DONNA STODDARD Assistant Art Editor BILL ENNIS Feature Writer ERNEST MANEY Feature Writer 98 • ♦ ♦ H U H LOYAL FRISBIE Editor-in-Chief BILL ENNIS Associate Editor HORACE KELLY Managing Editor ! ♦ ♦ N JACK THREKHELD Business Manager MARIAN DANIEL Society Editor ERNEST MANEY Men ' s Sports Editor HARRIS GORDON SIMS Faculty Advisor WARREN WILLIS I llustrator IRMA STOCKWELL Organization Editor MARTHA CONNER Assistant Organization Editor RANETTE KENNEDY RUTH WALDROP ELEANOR MORRISON Feature Writer Women ' s Sports Editor Feature Writer wf s % VIRGINIA PAGE GERALD CARR HELEN COTTLE Feature Writer Assistant Business Manager Feature Writer 99 r ' • , ALPHA P S I OMEGA LOYAL FRISBIE President WARREN WILLIS Vice-President MISS MARGUERITE WILLS Faculty Sponsor MARIAN DANIEL Secretary -Treasurer CALHOUN TRASK ♦ • ♦ ♦ ♦ • •%«-« ♦ • ♦ ♦ MASON TURNER Mcmullen ALLEN 100 cnoLaitLc, f ELiaiou±, y l u.i.lcaL ana JD %amatLc N DOROTHY GIFFORD President MYRTLE MYERS Vice-President BILLIE MOONEYHAN Secretary GLADYS ADAMS Business Manager WALLACE HINSON BRYANT LEWIS PARSONS CLARK THOMAS FRAZIER HARWARD LEONARD METCALFE ELLIS 102 • ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ V • N POWELL ARNOLD DUTTON PHILLIPS MARSH BELL ALBINSON SANGSTER ALLEN REEVES McRAE POWELL CALHOUN NICKS FEASTER PINO M 1 C KLER FLEMING CORBITT JOHNSON WRIGHT LEWIS HUTSON GAINES JONES 103 ■ ♦ • ' M D H R U ROBERT GISLER President DONALD FENNELL Vice-President BETTY HARWARD Secretary MARGARET FRANCES DUTTON Treasurer 104 • ♦ ♦ M I H U NICKS METCALFE HART WOLKING PLYBON GILLMAN HENRY ELLIS HINSON CHOATE MYERS BRYANT 105 ♦ ' K u B ROBERT FRAZIER President HOWARD WOLKING Vice-President JAMES TURNER Secretary ROBERT GISLER Treasurer 106 • •♦♦■■ ■• • ■ ■■.♦-♦•« u B ■ nHMiSHi IJ Hfcf COOPER FENNELL HINSON GILLMAN WOLKING FRISBIE McCLELLAN Mcmullen MOYER CLINE PLYBON HAGA WOOD GAMBILL NORTON CAUDLE BRUNER BO STICK RITCH HENRY KINDRED WILLIS 107 ;vv;-j VAGABONDS The Florida Southern College Vagabonds were or- ganized nine years ago by Miss Mary Marguerite Wills, then newly engaged to leach public speaking and coach dramatics. The purpose of the club was to boost Southern through dramatics. It has striven consis- BERNICE ALBINSON FRANCES TURNER MARIAN DANIEL MAXWELL McMULLEN LOYAL FRISBIE WARREN WILLIS Piesident Vice-President Business Manager tenth ' toward that goal during its nearly a decade of existence. Among the more ambitions productions given by the Vagabonds have been " Sun Up, " " Journey ' s End, " " The Foul, " " Fashion, " " Outward Bound. " MISS MARGUERITE WILLS Faculty Sponsor 108 ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ 1 .%■.♦.%■ VAGABONDS THOMPSON HENDRIX FOSTER RITCH CHOATE MITCHELL NORTON MASON CARR SANDERS HARDIN DANIEL PACE FENNELL FEASTER CALHOUN MIDDLETON MOONEYHAN BIRD CLARK KELLY CONNER SANDS LESLIE 109 ' • • • STATIC FRISBIE NORTON HARWARD LEONARD GISLER MASON BIRD GRIFFIEON NICKS HINSON WOOD l E N D R 1 D OILLM IN METCALFE SANDS 110 D A R S I T Y T E A M I I i i i i i i i i ■ ■ i i i F R 1-: SHM A N T E A M 111 - : , 4 M M M U NORMA WARREN President STARR SANDBORN Vice-President LUCILLE LEROY Secretary CAROLYN YATES Student Secretary DR. SPIVEY DEAN DeMELT DEAN SOWERS DR. COE PROF. SIMS ARNETT MERRIN HOOBLER PERIVAL MIDDLETON CALHOUN PURCELL 112 • ♦ ♦•♦.: ♦ -.♦-% " « HOME ECONOMICS CLUB GUYLENA STUBBS President FRANCES TURNER Vice-President MYRTLE MYERS Secretary ELIZABETH THOMPSON Treasurer ■ tU Wr " - ™ RAMPLEY STRIBLING MICKLER ARNOLD BUTLER MICKLER BLOUNT HARRELL HARVEY BROWN SHEPARD MOORE FLETCHER WALLACE BELL GAINES HAWKINS McRAE 113 V w 0 4 . BAPTIST STUDENTS UNION BILLIE MOONEYHAN EUNICE TRASK President Vice-President EDNA GENE COX CARRIE EUNICE RIDER Secretary Chorister BLOUNT LYMAN CLINE CARTER BLOUNT LOPER HATTAWAY DAY CARUTHERS TOMPKINS BENNETT FLETCHER HARRELL DAVIS ST IN SON 114 • ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ 1 ,1 .♦-♦ ' ...♦ GAMMA SIGMA C H I MILBURN McLEOD VICTOR HITCHCOCK President Vice-President ROBERT BOGGS ROBERT GISLER Secretary Treasurer BIRD BARNETT COOPER CARR FELTON HENDRIX REV. P. M. BOLD NORTON WILLIS TROTTER GAMBILL Sponsor HAROIN RITCH 11! • t t YOUNG WOMENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION BERN1CE ALBINSON LAURA LONG EVELYN MIDDLETON MIRIAM PURCELL ELIZABETH THOMPSON President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Publicity Chairman ALBINSON FEASTER JONES 116 - 1 ,♦.♦-.% ,♦ YOUNG WOMENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION THOMAS LEWIS HAMILTON HART WHITEHURST HARRELL LOPER NICKS METCALFE MORROW PINO VETTER JOHNSON JOHNSON SANDERS STRIBLING BROOKS MOORE 117 i • ■ . . CQtaiOHYT MAGION JONtS Vice DDfSOtNT ADA PINO 3PCOfTAOV -TOFASUQtQ JEANNE " HAQT OE-DOQTtD JOHN aUCVtV TOUQIST CLASS OUT OF " STATf- CLUIb = 118 ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ S •• • . 4 ♦ ♦ » • ■ Virgi ma Mae Brown 1 easurer ( ii i; U.DINE " Ml ACE Secretary 120 ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ .4 " C H I DELTA N U ADAMS BLACK HARDIN GAINES LEWIS PINO RIDER SANDERS THOMPSON WALDROP Founded 1929 Flozver — White Rose ARNOLD CARTER FORD HARRELL HAWKINS JOHNSON MOORE POWELL SNEED WHITEHURST 121 . . ' • • . THETA PI DELTA Betty Gilkey Henrietta Bryant 1033 Sylvia ( Iriffieon Nancy Hnrnx 1034 Myrtle Myers M arc ki r McAnly Llewellyn Clark 1935 Martha B Edna Gene Cox Helen Charleton Margaret Frances Dutton Lucy Lee Ellis Katherine Htnson MlI.LICENT EADDY Mabel Peper Harriet Peper Helen Rackley Irma Stockwell mi i in i; Martha Ellis Alice Glover Ranette Kennedy Alma Snider Azi ' loy McCall Mary Know i.i s Myrtle Myers Secretary Sylvia Grifi ieon Treasurer 122 » ♦ ♦ • ■ ' . ■ ■ T H E T A P H I DELTA BLOUNT DUTTON BRYANT ELLIS CLARK ELLIS CASSELS HINSON COX McANLY CHARLETG. ' J PAGE Founded 1925 Flozver — Chrysanthemum BRYAN GLOVER PEPER OIXON KNOWLES RACKLEY EADDY KENNEDY STOCKWELL BLANTON McCALL SNIDER PEPER WOODI3LRN 123 ■ • ■♦. f. D H I T A Evelyn M iddi t rou President Founded 192 Bernk E Al.lil NSON Vice-President flower — Chrysanthemum Martha Conner Margaret Daniel Jeanette Fe aster Lillian Foster Frances Lyman Betty Harward Bill ie Mookeyh n arion Albinson Mary Bell Rarovn Calhoi Letjtia (. " [ ' ih i ) 1 1 i- i f n vv 1 Adelie Feaster Allie Ferguson Josephine Gooubread jEATRICE Gruei.l Li i v Harrell J] V.N W ' lI.M A JOHNSON K.A N I " I ' ll ' . Katheri.ne Marsh " IRC IE Ml R.VE Cl.AIRI I ' ll II LIPS 1 1 Wilkinson Billie Mooneyh Secretary Martha Sanders Treasurer 124 » ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ :v.v«r.v » " CALHOUN CHOATE CONNERS DANIEL DANIEL FEASTER FOSTER LEONARD LESLIE LYMAN MASON MITCHELL ROPP PAGE STRIBLINC. STUBBS HARWARD FEASTER JOHNSON ALBINSON FERGUSON LOUDY BELL GOODBREAD MARSH CALHOUN GRUELL McRAE CORBITT HARRELL PHILLIPS DIEFFENWEIRTH HART WILKINSON 125 . Margaret Ai.i.ax President Marie Clark ' ice-Presideni White Carnatii in Betty Rusk Wright hvllis Powell . I.ailai Hattaway Palla Parker Elizabeth Carey Pat Calkins AlVEXA (lATlAl ' faye moses Irene Morrow Mary Louise Morrow Iosei ' H ine M Willi m s n nil Sl ' Ott XeWSOMI ' is Purcell ois Reynolds Nl ' ES SaNGSI I 8 Gertrude Sangsi er I )OROTHY GlFFORD Secretary M i is i v ! PURCELI Treasurer 126 ft ♦ ♦ - •■ .1 ;♦ - ■♦ BOWLBY PARKER FRAZIER THOMAS HATTAWAY VLIET PARKER YATES CAREY CALKINS GADAU MOSES MORROW MORROW McWILLIAMS NEWSOME PURCELL POWELL REYNOLDS SANGSTER SANGSTER WRIGHT 127 . ••• ■♦.• . KAPPA GAMMA T A U M RCUERITE P RSONS President Margaret Beyer Vice-President cccco Frances Turner KaTHERINE J ' ' I 1.1. M urgaret Beyer Alberta Threlkei.d 1934 Hazel Haley Laura Hunt. I Iorothy Monk Clio Metcalfe Donna Stoddard r ocooo El MCE Tr. I auc.uerite Parsons Mary Zipper 1935 {Catherine Butler Helen Caudle Elizabeth Huff M kiAN Tones Mary Will Jones Helen LaWlor Imogens Neal Ros i.ine Petrey Hazel Haley Secretary Frances Turner Treasurer m i % % % % % r.v .v.r BELL STODDARD HOYL TRASK METCALFE THRELKELD MONK ZIPPER Founded ] ' 24 Flozver — American Beauty Rose BUTLER JONES CAUDLE LAWLER HUFF NEAL JONES PETREY 129 Dorothy Moore President Harriet Hak ey ' ice-President Helen Hamilton Secretary Pearl Anna Chiles Treasurer ♦ ♦ Founded 1935 Flower — Violet BROOKS DAUGHTERY DENNIS BENNETT MATHAIS LEWIS WHITMORE VETTER ROGERS TUTTLE 130 • • • •• ' • - ♦ ■♦ - ♦ - % ' jxatz ' inLtlzi ► . ■ • .- . B 3XAI.Ii FkNTJELL Samuel Hkndfux ( II M. ' I.K- I III kl 1934 Charles Bkh i. Edwin Carter Jim Fulton Thomas Clinf. Richard Cai in.t Walton Hall OUKRICK MlDDLETON Nelson Mover Clayton Shepherd Dick Scallev Ashley Calhoun President Ei GE m Sm I TH ' ice-President M w McM i ' i.lkx Secretary Warren Willis Treasurer 132 ► •%♦♦♦ FENNELL SPIVEY HENDRIX CARTER DICKENSON FULTON BRICE GAMBILL Founded 1 ' ' 24 Flower — White k se COOK MIDDLETON SCALLEY CAUDLE HALL CLINE IHOYER SHEPHERD 133 p I KAPPA Jack Threlkeli President 1932 Jack Threlke: James Turner 1933 Joe Bird Robert Frazier Loyal Frisbie Mil burn McLeod Gerald Carr 1934 Herman Close I. V.I I II ( ' ' Ik ' William Ennis ROBI KT GlSLER 1935 Ernest Baldwin Marvin Barnett Lamar Bostick Billy Eyv i m. Fontaine Frazier ' h tor Hitchcock owden Hunt John Jackson Euwrx Kindred Joe Bird ' ice-President Loyal Frisbie Secretary Robert Frazier Treasurer 134 ,,-v Founded 1925 Flower — Red Carnation SHEPHARD 135 • T K H A Stafford Hac.a William Sands kli.y Pershing Thomi ' Son Phtllii ' Woi.KING Stafford Haoa President Ernesi M m ;i ' ice-President William Sands Secretary William Morris Treasurer 136 Founded 1926 Flower — Red Rose THOMPSON BCARDMAN 137 C H I DELTA E P S I L O N 1934 Robert Carr Howard Wolking Jack Montgomery Ralph Rivers 1935 Jewel Ewing John Atkinson D. E. Bailey Perry Bigham Jeaxy Cooper Mariotte Gillman Robert Henry William McClellan David Price Daniel Price David Perpente Preston Trotter Euggene West Howard Wolkj m. President J uk Montgomery I ' ice-President 138 Robert Carr Secretary-Treasurer ♦ ♦♦•♦ ATKINSON Founded 1935 Floiuer — Violet GILLMAN PRICE 139 I NTRAMURALS Intramural sports were introduced for the first time in South- ern last September. They have proved so satisfactory that they are to be a permanent part of the extra-curricula program. This program has been under the supervision of Coach Wil- liam U Battle, who has given his personal attention to every sport which has insured every student an opportunity to learn the game he must desired. The plan has afforded a variety of sports such as touch foot- ball, horseshoes, basket ball, foul shooting, ping pong, shuffle- board, volley ball, tennis, archery, speed ball, soft ball and canoe- ing with mure than eighty-five per cent of the student body taking part in the activities last season. Besides gaining physical development and getting the proper amount of exercise, every student has become better acquainted with the principles of good sportsmanship in competitive games, learned more about the play spirit, acquired a knowledge of each sport and enjoyed social contacts with students from every part of Florida and other states. Every regularly enrolled student was eligible to take part in these various sports. Intramural activities were conducted under the control of the administrative board which was made up of representatives from every organization that entered into the various sports. Honors were not only bestowed upon the groups that won, but every student had an equal chance to receive personal honors for himself. The ten players that earned the greatest number of points for the year received an intramural key which denoted special recognition. A suitable trophy, for permanent possession, was awarded the person having the highest number of points out of the ten that received intramural keys. The sp,,ris managers of each sport received an intramural sweater with a five-inch, white block letter. 140 ' ikait,. UntzamuzaLi f.« ♦♦.♦. William R. Battle Intramural Director 142 % ♦ • ♦ % ♦ % - - -: ; COACH BILL BATTLE Intramural sports bad not been under way more than a few- days before Coacb William R. Rattle bad won the support of every student through bis ideals in leadership, sportsmanship and his championship spirit. Coach Battle came here from Birmingham, Alabama. For more than five years he coached in high schools that sponsored intramural athletics before coming here. He is a graduate of the Birmingham-Southern. The great success of Southern ' s intramural program goes to Coach Battle and his untiring efforts. Administrative Board 143 • . . Herman Close, men ' s senior manager, did a fine piece of work in assisting Coach Battle in putting through the newly installed intramural program. SENIOR MANAGERS ( iio Metcalfe, women ' s senior manager, was selected to assist the coach in handling the women ' s sports and she did much to make the season a success. 144 Max McMullen Manager Beta Mi i ii ami-ions 145 • Theta Kappa vs. Chi Delta Touch Football The intramural sports season opened with the fraternities clashing in touch football. The Betas proved to have the strongest team, winning three straight games to cop the championship cup. The Pikes ended up in second place with the Theta Kaps and Chi Delts holding down the cellar position. 146 % ♦ • ♦ Margaret Parsons Manager Speed B a I Speed ball, one of the new sports introduced this year, was one of the fastest sports of the season with the Phi Deltas coming out on top again. Xu Tan Betas and the Kappa ( lams came in sec- ond and third. Phi Delta Champions 147 Volley Ball Jeanne Choate Manager ■I ■ Pn i 1 Ielta Champions 14S -A :♦-_♦- % i All-Si rs Standing — Waldrop, Myers, Long, Conner, Pi rceli MOONEYHAN, FeASTER, GaDAU Volley Ball Women ' s intramurals stained off with volley ball as the first major sport. Six teams were entered in the sport and at the end of the first round the board decided to continue another round. The Phi Deltas came out on top with the Nu Tan Betas and the Theta Pi Deltas taking second and third places. ! 10 . ♦. . Foul Shooting More than 85 persons entered the foul shooting contest out of the six sororities. liillie Mooneyhan, Phi Delta, set the top record making thirty-four points out of a possible fifty. 1 ' at Calkins, Nu Tau Beta, ran her close competition in the final play-off. Billie Mooneyhan Individual Champion Following basket ball foul shooting was the next sport on tap. Ending in a tie fur the first place honors the play-off came between the Pikes and the Betas. The Beta Mus defeated the Tikes 165 to 150. Individual Foul Shooter John Jackson. 1 ' i Kappa, sunk 37 counters mil of 50 throws to take the individual honors. He was in competition with Beta Mu. John Jackson Individual Champion 150 ♦ ♦ ••-♦ ' t ' ' » » ' »■ ww urn urn 1 1 1 1 w ren Norton ( ' hampion Individual Horseshoes Howren Norton rung- the most counters to defeat the Chi Delta Epsilon in the individual championship horseshoe play-off. Be rA Mi Cham pions 152 Horseshoes Horseshoes, a minor sport, was sandwiched in between touch football and basket ball. The Beta Mus won five out of six games to win the cup. At the close of the first round the Betas. Pikes and Chi Debts were in a three-way tie for the honors. This called fur another round with the Betas coming out on top. 153 - ' • ' All Star Tea m Etta P ' arker, Billie Mooneyhan, Alvena Gadau, Pat Calkins. " I lank " Bryant, Betty Harward. Coach Bill Battle and Senior Manager Metcalfe selected the All-Star team with the above names ap- pearing on the first string at the end of the season. Those receiving honorable mention were: Cal- houn, Waldrop, Rider, llarrell, Pureed, Parker and Choate. Mem am Purceix Manager Al.l.-S I ARS Parker, Mooneyhan, Gadau Calkins. Bryant, Harward 154 1 Basket Ball In the final contest of the season the fast, hard-fighting Nu Tau Betas nosed out to a 10 to 8 win over the Theta Pi Deltas to capture the hasket ball championship cup. Theta Pi Delta held the second berth while the Kappa (lams and the Chi Delta Nus held down the cellar position. Nu Tau Beta Champions 155 Individual Ping Pong In the individual ping pong play-off Jeannette Feaster, Phi Delta, lost to " Hank " Bryant, Theta Pi Delta, in a closely contested game. The score was 2-1. Individual Shuffleboard Helen Rackley emerged victorious out of more than fifty individual shuffle- lii lard contestants. The final game was between Racklev and R. Calhoun. The score was 51-47. M Yk ' i [i M i Manager " I I k " Bry r Individual Champion Ping Pong Ping pong brought man)- sur- prises to the foreground with the matches spiced with tense mo- ments to determine the fate of tlic paddle-swingers. The Theta Pi Deltas whipped the Kappa iams two out of three panics to win the cup. Helen R acklf.y Shuffleboard ( hampion 156 • ♦ ♦ ♦ • • • ♦ • ♦ .. . • « Ui HHLbJ Theta Pi Deltas Ping Pong Champions ShufNeboard Shuffleboard came as the whirlwind sport of March, alternat- ing the matches with ping pong throughout the series. The Phi Deltas and the Chi Sigmas led the sororities in wins with the Phi Deltas taking the honors, winning five straight matches, followed closely with the Chi Sigmas coming in second. Phi Deltas Siiuffleboard Champions 157 • ♦ . Intramural Basket Bal Fast, scrappy, hard-fought games were the main features of the basket ball season, another of the major sports. The Pikes speedy quintet took the basket hall cup with six wins. The Betas ended up second while the Theta Kaps and the Chi Delts still held down the cellar position. Mi Leod Manager 158 - ' SPI I 5 Manager Individual Shuffleboard Not satisfied with the group cup in shufHeboard, the I ' ikes sent out Loyal Frisbie to cop the individual cup in the tooth-pick golf. lie defeated the Chi Delts in the final game. Due to lack of experience the shuffle- board games were not so closely contested with all teams running up some terrifying scores. The Pikes whipped the Chi Deltas in the final play-off to annex the champion- ship. Frisbie Individual Champion, Pi Kappa Champions 159 r • .- , WW WW WM- Ping Pong A real exhibition of ping puny was displayed in the championship game between .Marvin Barnett and Fred Jaeger. Jaeger lost to Barnett by a narrow margin. The Pikes walked off with the honors in Ping Pong bv winning six straight games and no losses. The Beta iVTus furnished the fireworks for the Pi Kappas with Jaeger holding up what seemed an in- evitable valk-awa for the Pikes. Barnett Individual Champion Pi Kappa Cha mpions 160 ' Carr Manager Volley Ball Volley Ball, one of the major sports, gave much life to the intramural season and ended up with the Pi Kappas and Theta Kappa Psi fighting it out for the cup. The Theta Kaps and Pikes led the entries all the way through the tournament. Chi Delta Epsilon and Beta Mu ended up in the bottom positions, respectively. Pi Kappa Champions 161 $ I Ten n i s Tennis, the all-whi te sport, found Southern ' s fairer sex putting up strong competition in the doubles pairings. Betty Harward Manager Softball With Spring coming up we found both men and women soft- hall lovers getting ready for the frat and sorority competition. No predictions could be forecast as to the possible winner of this loved sport. M m:y Manager 162 • ♦ % ♦ • ♦ % %■% % % ♦ Haga Manager Men ' s Tennis BlLLIE MOONEYHAN Manager Women ' s Tennis M Aim B. Marlow II ' omen ' s Champion 163 N H o , DOQLN9TOP.V INhftATt-5 11 ■ ■■ TUE 3UN WILTS ' M TUt WC-LL OQEOStO COED WHY TWt L TA M LIVt IN TUE- GQOVE- 164 ••% ♦ ♦ % N H O r ' M YOU TtLL tM DOLLY WtLL -OAQ. V UAT? 1 9 n : ; ruruQc- pqo o PIVC- DC-BOLta AND TUC- BUILDIN GO 3 ON CLAS5Y STUF-r , , fi 1 £ 1 COMING . 50 TUI3 15 COLLtGt- -_-w- _- ' .rv . £. rL VXrri £? — ' C34LZIE- WUZIE-3 TMt r-OQOODtN ACT J IB JOUN ADOLLO ? GOING 165 DOLLY ' S DIARY September 17 Upper classmen barge into the institute to resume their — well, anyway, to stay a spell. 01 ' galzie-walzies and palzie-walzies seen greeting each cither as though it were onlj last year since they were together. September 18 A mob of greenies here this year. They ' ve been around here lor a week and thanks to somebody, for small ia ors, it wasn ' t longer — ' nother Wednesday and we ' d be addressing them " Your highness or lowness " or sumpen. Unpacked toothbrush and other suit today. Intelligentsia, sophisticated morons, and intolerable freshmen stalk into chapel for first time — B.shop Hay speaks — Ask-, what we are here for. That ' s what Walton Hall wonders. September 19 M. Allan seen galloping gracefully ( ?) across campus in pursuit of that sweet Joe Bird. Allan says " we all have our hangovers. " All the femmes have just found out that Prof. Johnson is married. September 21 The ever-wonderful Howren Norton tells all the dear Pikes that he has just smashed a little girl ' s heart be- yond repair. Wonder if " Nerton " didn ' t forget to tell the poor child to look the part of one who has loved and lost. The Pikes and B. M.s seem to have taken a fancy to Bruner. Clio M. and Herman C. appointed senior managers for the intramural program. September 23 Dean Sowers gets bright idea: honor society to be formed. Ennis and Close take final steps into " Pikah. " Walter Hinson developing ego-mania ' cause he can get a date this year. September 24 Committee draws frosh rules. " Katy " Hinson blossoms out with a lb. of vaseline on those gorgeous eyelashes. All the sororities seem to be in competition for Marian Hutson. " Cream Puff " McRae says that no woman can wear his jewelry. September 25 Rat rules go into effect. Howren Norton and Victor Hitchcock mistaken for freshmen. Theta Kaps sling a little paint in house for good of the party. Allan still chasing Joe. September 26 Frosh quite amusing. Too bad we can ' t use a little hand power on em. Balwin innocently asks Art Hendrix if he ever plays any tennis. September 21 Vagabonds for first time choose feminine pres. Congratulations, Bernice. Uncle Ludd entertains faculty. Those feeling gleeful try out for said club. September 28 Politics start humming; . . . Middleton replaces Netha Campbell as Sr. member of W. H. G A. Sands gets to be head of inter-fraternity council. Rush rules drawn up. Theta Kappa Psis don ' t seem to be worried about rush week. September 30 Theta Kaps spread on some powerful rushing. . . . Kappa Gammas formal rush party. . . . Rushees in a fog or daze, most of them don ' t realize that after rush wk. there won ' t be any bouquets. October 1 Chi Delta Epsilon entertains some of the male rushees. Phi Delta formal — and did they have a mob of guests ! Mabel Pepper and Marian Hutson have us all guessing. October 2 Theta Pis rush into their formal breakdown. . . . Ya. Mood} .limits being a strawberry queen. Looks like the Beta Mus have Bruner sewed up. . . . " Nerton " gives an ither woman a break. October 3 Coach Battle tells the gals they must play a little volley ball just to keep the ball rollin ' , you understand. N. T. B. ' s splash on a big ' un — their formal. Rushees beginning to look washed up. 166 • ♦ ' • % % % • ♦ ♦ • - ! ,1 ,%-V, N H T4 Tloa+s .L s I hi-a Ur Ike KacejracK f Vivile aMIT 167 Dolly ' s Diary (continued) Oct iber 4 Chi Sigma formal. Sangster sisters seem to be having a weeping-good time. Chi Delta Nus wind up rush week with their formal. I rOBER 5 Pledging with the usual tenseness, weeping, and mind harrow ins; episodes. . . . Hutson fools everyone — goes nothing. . . . Cream-Puff McRae does unexpected: " jines " the Pikes. Everybody glad rush vk. is over. I ll fOBER 7 Weaker sex trying to recover from a hectic rush vk. Gisler discovers that Gladys G. is the " most wonderful girl in the world. " . . . Prof. Tolle selects mixed chorus. ( I !KR 8 Dean Personality Sowers accuses upper classmen of being more cynical than the foggy freshman. . . . Editor Frazier announces annual staff. Allan still chasing Joe. October 9 Dopey Dixon. Tommy Cline and Mary Bell favor the student body in Chapel with their interpretation of the alma mater . . naughty rats! Zipper combs those unruly locks. . . . Gisler wonders how two can live on $600 a year. October II) Pikes down Theta Kaps in " Tech " football. . . . B. M.s play same stunt on the Chi Deltas. Freshmen start getting their pictures taken for the big book. October 1 1 Dr. " W ' eehee " insists that we be up and doin ' . Nelson Mover takes lead as 4-H man on the campus v How-He-Hates-H!mself ). October 12 A. Calhoun takes lead in " Charlie ' s Aunt " — the one from Brazil where the nuts come from. " Pres. " leaves on extended tour to tell others besides the student body that they don ' t know the meeeec-ning of it all. October 14 Marian Jones and " Tish " Corbitt campused for sousing the dome of that pesky nightwatchman. Joe still fascinating to Allan. Ernie Baldwin discovers much to his chagrin that John Dewey hasn ' t acquired an epitaph yet. October IS Powerhouse Hinson just can ' t decide whether to marry one of her myriad of admirers in this vicinity or to be true to her dozens back in Hazelhurst, r, B. M.s and Pikes declare war after B. M. bell mysteriously disappears . . . grove becomes celebrated battle- ground. October 16 Gisler wears tie that isn ' t red. B. McDonald loses way to prayer meeting and lands in Plant City with two of our co-eds. October 17 Co-eds who went to Plant City by mistake are campused. Lawlor engaged again. October 18 Eloise Whitehurst and Shepherd agree that " what we need is more fellowship. " Beta Mus still hunting the lull. October 19 Mcl.eod has too much competition in romance — too bad, Mac. Hank Bryant steps out — sings at reception for Frances Langford. Men students given permission to haunt the library at night — but no women. October 21 Willis becomes president of static club. Chi Delta Nus get industrious — plant " nasty turshums. " October 22 Dr. " W ' eehee " calls meeting of debaters. Faculty gives Halloween party for students — still trying to convert us to those folk dances. Maney seen decorating ceiling of dining hall with " fish-eye " puddin ' . October 24 Politics humming again — the big 5 takes complete frosh election. Must be sumpen in names — Power becomes pres. of freshman class i i. roBi i 25 Allan ' s interest in Joe seems to be lagging a little. Phi Delta pledges tantalize us with a skit in the dining hall. October 26 Beta Mus finally down Pikes to win title in touch football. N. T. B.s have party at Scott Lake. October 28 Barnyard artists enter tournament to select best horseshoe slinger. Miss Dalton, (.a., chosen pres. of Out-of-State Club. 168 % % ♦ ♦ N H WHOSE- OICK i LOUI3E- - - MVQ.L PUPPY i-OVB- TGt D 169 . Dolly ' s Diary (continued) October 29 Dr. Spivey makes plea for students to become dictionary conscious. I li roBER 30 Howren ever-wonderful-Norton commits unpardonable faux pas in Chapel — gives IS rails to Beta Mus. ( ll fOBER 31 Senate commends Coach Battle for his noble efforts to establish intramural sports here. November 1 Without any warning to us the Men ' s Glee Club renders some of its frilly selections. Novem BER 2 Kappa Gamma pledges entertain members with " pitcher " show party. No ember 4 Home Ec. Dept. lias Fall housecleaning. Chi Delta Nu pledges spread feast for members. Sands entertains with some of his reckless rambling. November 5 Gisler gets church at Nocatee. To show off housecleaning, Home Ec. Dept. gives silver tea. Mill Kennedy decides to give all the eligible members of the fa ' rer sex a break. November 6 Phi Deltas capture volley ball title. Dean DeMelt says " So ' s your ductless gland. " Jeanne Choate and Mackey McMullen awarded sport sweaters. November 7 Bang Crosby learns new word — congeniality. Willie Fie Mooneyhan named captain of all-star volley ball team. November 8 Bang heard rehearsing new word. Dramatically inclined try to go " Outward Bound. " November 9 Katy Hinson refuses to reveal the secret of her ability to captivate men. November 11 Holiday. November 12 Mrs. Goldsborough gives thrilling account of her romance on ship last summer. B. M.s take horseshoe title — Pikes come in second. November 14 Mixed chorus decides to do a little mixing over WFLA next Sunday. November 15 Prof. Peel scores when he suggests that speakers should " stand up, speak up, and shut up. " November h Earnest Baldwin and Bowden Hunt pride themselves on be ' ng aide to make women set ' em up. Bowlby denies being in love — says it ' s simply sleeping sickness. November 18 Prof. Joseph, head of Religious Ed. Dept. and beloved friend of the whole student body, passes away. November 19 Alpha Psi Omega pledges Trask, Bird, Turner, McMullen and Hardin. Spivey mansion becomes scene of tea for faculty an 1 students. November 20 Chi Sigs and Chi Delta Epsilons awarded scholarship cups. O well, we can ' t have looks and brains to,.. David Price thinks that the school could run without politics. November 21 Frat and sorority presidents agree to scrape up some collections for the Red Cross. Mrs. Hallam doesn ' t have on white hose. Nov ember 22 Pi Gamma Mu splurges with banquet at Floridan to intimidate 20. November 23 Chi Delta Nus have party at Legion Hall. Gardner Wilkes insists on wearing a straw hat. 170 N H « ft SOUL 3AVW3 Gt-NII ' TUt iqQ£SISTI5LE- SON WOCSUIPPPQ lr : VICt DDESiotNT WUO ' 3 OAT g fc. HE- QEADO THE- AD3 iO SO QICK5 171 ■ ► ♦ $ • «.■?. WW T mm mm m Dolly ' s Diary (continued) ' ih I MBER 25 Mrs. Thompson reprimands rowdj 8 who writ on her clean tablecloth. November 26 Optimistic Dean Sowers distributes applications for honor society — even to the Beta Mus. Katy Hinson only .nets lit phone calls today. November 27 Kindred solus on saw. November 28 Faculty and all the off-spring an.l kindred file into dining hall for annual Thanksgiving meal. November 29 Thief yets away with Gisler ' s picture from Va. Johnson ' s room. Cooper says that no man can get ahead of him, not even in this love business. November 30 Gisler decides he wants his picture hack from Va. December 2 Haga hailed new pres. of Theta Kaps. Journalism class journeys to take a look around the Tampa Trib. Decem ber 3 Gene Smith grandstands as B. M.s defeat Chi Deltas. Pikes trample Theta Kaps in cage game. I Jecember 4 Everybody getting intimate with textbooks. Poor Beta Mus still think they can find the bell. I in ember 5 Southern becomes accredited. December 6 Struggling with exams. Phi Delta hold prayer meeting to help ' em pull through. Strawberry Jackson finds out that there is no Man Nichols at the Thelma Hotel. I ii cember 7 Exams over today — everybody happy if not hopeful. Jackson has lost faith in women. I Iecember 9 Feminine hearts thrilled as Geog. Wood appears on scene and announces that he intends to stay a spell. Students and t acuity meet Dr. Spivey at train and welcome him home from Louisville. December 1U Katy Hinson spies Geog. Wood. Nerton decides he might as well be nice to Nicks. I III EMBER 11 Wish somebody would tell Sarah F. that Win. 11. is not of the single variety. Gamma Sigma Chi still braggin ' cause figures in the [lean ' s office show that they have almost as much sense as the rest of us. December 12 Chi Delta Nus weep as Mary Shuler departs from the institute. [ ii i ember 13 Chapel held in sittin ' room — pardon, drawing room. O yeah — Cooper discovers that the drawing room can he used fur mure interesting things than drawing. Prof. Peel tells new joke. December 14 McLeod still haying heart troubles. K. Hinsnn showing George around. Iliii i r.i R lo Kappa Gams discover that one of their members ought to lie a Phi Delta. Editor Bob reminds staff that hooks don ' t just happen. I 1 1 ( EM BER 17 Willis tells Wood what a great frat tin Beta .Mil is. Cooper purchases " glawses " — wonder if the drawing room affects him like t hai. I III EMBER 18 Everybody getting the C.S. Morrison just can ' t find out what this C.S. stuff is. Pikes present the bell to Beta Mils as a token of their affection, you know how ' tis. December 19 Chi Delta Nu suite holds night classes in the Seminole. Homesick maidens decide to take flu — sometimes that helps. Dfcember 20 Reece, What-a-Man of the Bet Mu frat. can ' t staj away from home and mother any longer. Even those Chi Sigs and Chi Delta Ep duns gel tin- C.S. I III EMBER 21 Everybody with C.S. and toothbrush goes merrily Lome. 172 • ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ •♦ -♦- " ,♦ N H % V. JC-ANNE- V DOLLY a ILLIE- KE-LLY t MARY BtLL BOB DO MULVANIA MAPI ON JSL LINDA E-NNIS CUALKE-G Ml 55 SUMNE-L? i MANE-Y OD JOUN30N 9 FQlSBIt 3DOOKIE- MILBUDN MD CLOSE- MISS K(?OUN MD PE-E-L t V DG QE-INSCU » , DD COE- ■r DE-AN SOVE-Q5 MIS5 SAINTED 173 ■ ■ Dolly ' s Diary (continued) Things I Learned First Term : — That it ' s necessary to hand shake most of the profs here. — That Chapel is a most comfortable and convenient place to doze. — That " terpsichorean " is a good word, but it just isn ' t applicable to the rhythmic activities of this institution. — That Mary Zipper really does comb her tresses. —That Anne Newsome came to Southern because she heard that it is first class matrimonial agency. — That ego-mania won ' t kill you. — That Prof. Close wears No. 13 shoes. — That Starke doesn ' t read the Listeri ' .ie ads. Jani ry 6 Life by a bell resumed. Pike pledges begin hell week. January 7 Dr. Chalker arrives to head Religious Ed. Dept. Another Southern alumnus makes good — Art Hendrix defeats Allison. Guess Baldwin knows new that Art plays tennis. Joe seems to be losing out with Allan, or vicy-versy. January 8 We decide that Dr. Chalker is right human — in fact, he ' s quite entertaining. " Epsom Salts " and sister sorority again win scholarship cup — maybe it ' s ' cause they eat bran. January 9 Ada Pino still talking about seeing snow in Memphis. Prof. Sims getting up in the world — quoted in the Literary Digest. January 10 Dr. Coe says " dog-gone " in history class. It ' s easy to see that Bowden Hunt is taking hell week. I guess it ' s Allan and Hinson now. January 11 Miss Alma Johnson, former student of Southern, arrives to coach debating " team. Dot Monk gets cowboy haircut (bang! bang!). January 13 Girls engage in new sport — housecleaning. No, it wasn ' t their own idea. Faculty is to inspect the rooms. N. T. B.s score first cage victory. C. D. N.s have formal initiation. January 14 Margaret Allan becomes new president of Nu Tau Beta. Pikes look down in the dumps as Close departs for his home town. January 15 Dr. Spivey tells of thought he had while in N. V. — Southern to have new dormitory. Sororities and frats break down and give $10 each toward building fund. January 17 Gamma Sigs give the girls a break (the most eligible in their estimation) and fry a little steak for ' em. Pike pledges beginning to look human again. January 18 Mrs. Goldsborough tells us that love and studying won ' t mix. Victor Hitchcock justly accused of being Southern ' s s ' lliest male. Beta Mus don ' t seem to be able to be true to Phi Deltas any more. January 20 Oral warriors meet to decide whether or not co-education should be abolished. But we just can ' t do with- out it. Eleanor Powell entertains Chi Delta Nus. January 21 Sammy H. has 2 girls signed up for his course in Campusology. Mocs defeat Bon Ton Cleaners. January 22 Enid Parker decides not to take Hunt seriously if she takes him at all. Betas and Pikes lead in ping-pong, shuffleboard matches. January 23 Toothpick gold taking students by storm. Can ' t understand how the Beta Mus tolerate the impish actions of Mover. Surely all the B. M.s aren ' t like that. January 24 Kappa Gams can always go us one better — have buffet supper at Sorosis Club. Lawlor decides she ' s not engaged again. 174 » ♦ ♦ • • ♦ • VJ N H 175 . • ■■■ ■♦•• ♦ , • t. ' . Dolly ' s Diary (continued) January 25 Pike pledges get a bit bold and have pirate partj for members. Mar m Noi ton has a dale. Jam i;s 27 Dr. Chappell digs first spadeful to break ground for new building. Beta Mas look disgusted ' cause they bad planned to put back the trees they dug up the other day. January 28 Pikes lead in ping-pong. Another dame tries to instill in the conceited dome of Hitchcock that lie ' s the silliest boy on the campus. I n i m 29 Allan high-hats Joe now — Hinson seems to l sufficiently rushing her. J I K 30 Mocs defeat Sargeant ' s Dairy. Va. Mitchell discovers that she ' s a senior. Albinson again made Pres. of Vagabonds. January 31 College lads have chance to he heroes rescue another lad whose sailboat capsized. New building now consists of 2 good looking ditches. I ' I URl ARY 1 Frances Stribling wants to be bride had enough to spend $5 for said title. Chi Delta Nus go modernistic with new furniture. February 3 Marguerite Cassels succeeds Nancy Hutton as new Theta Pi Pres. Pikes hold bull session to take inventor ' on Southern ' s feminine element. Febru ky 5 Russian chorus gives us some new ideas on how to use the eyes. Kappa Gams dress pledges up in hand uniforms and drive ' em up to the city for initiation. February 6 Marian Hutson is worrying about becoming over-emphasized. February 7 Co-eds bound for Gainesville sufficiently urged to remain at the institute. Wonder what happened to their elaborate plans. Beta Mu pledges give steak-fry for members and date. February 8 Theta Pis practice up on Leap Year technique at Lea-i Party given by pledges. February Id Jerry Wallace and lien Haruley (Plato ' s best friend) go to St. Pete jr. College to do a hunch of arguing. Phi Delta. Nu Tau Beta, and Theta Pis have formal initiation. Students wonder why Felton and Hitchcock are not hopping tables in the dining room now. February 11 Faculty gives Valentine hap year party for all us inmates — Middleton and Wood were crowned queen and king. Pikes act the hog and take both shuffleboard and ping-pong cups. February 12 Funeral services for " Cootah, " miniature turtle of Country Sanders. Jack Montgomery didn ' t have time to set his golden tuft this morning. February 13 Beta Mus learn new song — serenade the girls. Linda Mason looks conscious. February 14 Just heard men ' s glee club practicing and have concluded that everything that moos ain ' t a cow. Red Morrow gets valentine. February 15 Wonder win Mackey ' s never failing line didn ' t go over with thai Marsh child — or other o Ruth Waldrop breaks foot as she spills one o ' Dr. Scott ' s history outlines on the mentioned limb. February 17 Pikes start inflicting hell week on Bostick and Kennedy. Kennedy truly miserable without that hand he loves to hold. February 18 In Spivey visils . 11. G. A. to listen to pleas oi co-eds clamoring lor freedom. Chi Delta Nus win cage game from Theta Pis. February 19 Sorority and fraternity presidents give their ideas, or somebody else ' s, on the new building campaign. Being campused is just a small item in Jeannette Feaster ' s life. 176 ■ •_ W. .. Dolly ' s Diary (continued) February 20 Theta Kaps humiliated when only the Pres. happens up on meeting at which Dr. Spivey expected 6 members from the group. February 21 Nu Tau Betas defeat Phi Deltas to win basket ball tournament. Jackson feels that his education is nigh on to completion now that he has learned the joke about Eureka Tea. February 22 Laura Long ' s and George Washington ' s birthday. Just noticed that Jo Goodbread isn t her old sylph anymore. Pikes accommodate stranger by revealing to him Southern ' s Betty co-ed, only her name happens to be Molly. February 24 Vliet seems to be teaching George, the new Cuban boy, a few of her tricks. Chi Sigma Epsilon decide to drop Epsilon being as how most people can ' t say epsom without the salts. February 25 Jerry Wallace and McLeod use some of their dynamic power to defeat St. Pete Jr. College debaters. Cards to be used for selling bricks in the new dorm lie unmolested on table in lobby. February 26 Dr. Spivey gives intelligence test to student body — moral : some people can guess better than others. Night watchman flies out of library like a bat out o ' prayer meet.ng when he sees his name in the Library Jottings. February 27 Mooneyhan wins championship as woman foul shooter — just let your conscience be your guide about how foul it was. George Wood almost sold some bricks today. February 28 Speech class fills us full of the brick spirit in chapel — what price bricks ! Student body agrees that we may not be educated when they let us out of here, but we will at least have the power of endurance after such experiences as the speech class affords. February 29 Editor of Southern disappoints student body — decides he could do more for humanity by cramming than by putting out a paper this " Sadday. " March 2 Country Sanders seen reading text book in library. Pete Brown packs up and barges home to get ready to waltz down the aisle. March 3 Ooooh — who were those university lads roaming here tonight ? Jerry and Mac have decided that they ' re de- baters. Dr. " Weehee " sleeps peacefully through debate and comes to in time to hear the grand finale. March 4 Night ' fore exams — more fun, more telephoning, and everybody studying like this is a school or sumpen. March 5 Usual pre-exam flu epidemic going strong today — even Gladys Gaines decides after taking a vote that she can stay away from Gisler long enough to add to the stricken mob. March 6 Haga brags about his B in Geography — but who wouldn ' t? Library overrun with last-minute knowledge seekers. March 7 Guess who was loitering on campus today — our own little Louise Shepherd, another product of last year. Baldwin still insists on struttin ' that suit of Raephael ' s. March 9 M. Allan studies map of Georgia — is quite sure that she could locate Huzelhurst if given a chance. Beta Mus begin hell week. March 10 Girls start playing rough games, namely shufflehoard and ping-pong. Tables in dining room changed again — Gisler decides that maybe Ya. Mitchell does have a heart after all, cause she lets him sit by Gaines. March 11 Brother Threlkeld accepts loving cups for Pikes — don ' t get me wrong, the cups were awarded for ping- pong and shuffleboard. Dr. Spivey requests all the girls to drape themselves in their most presentable garments and to make a noble effort to look intelligent at the " Tubalee. " March 12 Students label themselves with arm bands so as not to be mistaken for some of the intelligentsia. March 13 Campus looks like a carnival with all the decorations. As requested gals don evening dresses and go to tea to greet notables. Students have eating and singing on the grounds, while dining hall is prepared for the notables. 177 - Dolly ' s Diary (continued) March 14 Jubilee in full swing. Middaj feed held at the Floridan for those who came to get jubilant. School honors alumnae at banquet. March 16 Hitchcock still wearing the arm band for fear some one won ' t know he is in college. Library assistants hide paper from the Mickler. March 17 Looks natural to see Martha Connor flitting around the campus after a three-months absence. Dr. Spivey commends the boys for being such successful tea hounds during the Jubilee. March 18 Howren Norton still talking about " my car. " Now you have to ask the Dean if you can be sick, and file your application two weeks in advance if you ex- pect to miss a class. March 20 Debaters go on tour to meet various opponents — worthy of course. Allan runs a fever cause Walter ambles over to the House before curfew. March 21 Nu Tau Betas barge over to Tampa to sling annual banquet. Mickler sisters have dates. March 23 Bowlby gets to education class on time. Theta Kaps just slay those Beta Mus in volley ball. March 24 Anne Newsome gets a letter. A couple of Theta Pis grab the Hit when Mary Knowles starts bellowing " The Music Goes Around. " March 25 P. A. Childs discovers loveless love over the telephone. Margaret Mickler decides to sit right down and write herself a letter, only to find that she has no stamps. March 26 Heard Jackson still telling his joke today. Pikes hear some more about the whereabouts of their long lost pennant. March 27 Lynn Clark resumes her studies in Hendrix ' s campusology class. Dean falsely accuses certain couples of fleeing through the muchly traveled Pi Kappa path at the sight of Uncle Ludd. March 28 Pikes stage formal banquet at the Floridan Hotel. March 30 Katherine Marsh mortified as lock No. 39 of her ever-raked coiffure gets out of place. Beta Mus take in new crop of members. March 31 Clarence Tompkins and Stubbs insist on playing in the sand out where they ' re slinging up the new building. Mr. Sims ' part-tame stenographer just mows ' em down in that business law class. April 1 Even such inexcusables as Victor Hitchcock have a day named after them. John Jackson decides to fall in love, if he can find a girl who is both a fish and a martyr. April 2 After futile search for a victim, Jackson returns to the house, with only the memories of a smile from Eleanor Powell. Tf somebody told the Beta Mus they can sing, then St, Peter can mark one more off his list. April 3 Enid Parker spills quart of Evening in Kress on her sylph. Phi Deltas start getting beautified for tomorrow night. April 4 Phi Deltas go formal on us again — and didn ' t ' em look pert. April 6 John Spivey wears his brown suit — you know, the one with the blue pants and the grey vest. April 7 Pikes " low the mawn. " All the boys think it ' s about time they started playing up to the Theta Pis. April 8 Lailai Hattaway enlightened the exclusive club whose few but pious members reside at the Pike house — all the time she thought " v " stood for " vine. " Hank, Mabel and Katherine shovel out of their den for first time since Jubilee. 178 » ♦■ ♦ • t • % • ♦ • Dolly ' s Diary (continued) April 9 It was a lovely day till I felt exams cumins on. To add to the misery of the day, Mr. Barnum sawed away on a sqeekolin solo in Chapel. April 10 We partake of mid-term exams. Bowlby finds out she is taking education. Song at morning watch is " Help Somebody Today. " April 11 Still dosing up on mid-terms. Betsy Rose Wright begs of us not to call her " Tuts. " Those Chi Sigs and Chi Delta Epsilons stalk around here like they know all the answers. April 13 Poe discovers this is a co-ed school — Linda Mason discovers tuneless tune. And out of the dusk came Eugene est with a marigold. April 14 Dean of Women tells all the girls that the familiarity on the campus is perfectly disgusting. Chas. Dickinson made his first mistake today — then he " seen it before he done it and taken it back. " April IS Preston Trotter religiously reads the Time Magazine on the advice of the Gamma Sigs — all of them attrib- ute their ability to make time on the campus to this little bit o ' literature. Wonder who was so brazen as to tell Bill McRae right before the ladies that there ain ' t no Santy Clause. April 16 Nelson Moyer disappoints his public in chapel today — not even a frilly phrase did he produce for the waiting throng. April 17 Theta Kaps have formal banquet. April 18 Boggs looks forlorn — no letter today. Theta Pis spread formal banquet. April 20 Visitor develops pain in the contour of the middle section after partaking of our delicacy commonly called " pressed kitty. " John Spivey glad he doesn ' t have to wrap up in a tux everytimc he calls on Marguerite. April 21 Lawlor tells everybody not to tell anybody that she ' s engaged again. Kappa Gams pluck posies for the Deanie-weanie. April 22 Pikes discover clues concerning their much treasured pennant, which mysteriously disappeared some months ago. April 23 Helen Rackley and Leila Woodburn claim honors for campus old maids. Notice in the desk book that Hall signed out to go to tea. April 24 Feaster makes deck of cards out of report slips. Dreamed in education class this morning that our varsitv tiddley-winks team defeated Yale by a score of 2 for 1. April 25 Chi Deltas Nus crusade to Tampa to hold formal banquet. Jackson still trying to find some lonely little girl who will fall in love with him. Preacher Carr advises him against any such foolishness, says that that ' s wdiat ' s wrong with this Christian institution now. April 27 Theta Pis wonder what will become of their problem child, V.M. — after she goes into a tantrum over a bit of correspondence like she did this morning. Agnes Johnson hears off-color joke — wonders what this younger generation is going for and when. April 28 Beta Mus fumigate atmosphere with Battle Hymn of the Republic — only the Phi Delta come out to get sur- rounded by any such carrying on. April 29 Bostick declines nomination as best taxi caller on campus. Phi Delta holds slumber party to prevent the rest of the shut-ins from slumbering. April 30 Nursie informs Stevens that the infirmary is not a place for the smitten — but exclusively for the stricken with the exception of those struck by moon lightning. Robert Henry finds that all girls aren ' t as dumb as they look. May 1 Kappa Gams wonder what ' s become of that racket swinging power claimed for their own little Cleo. 179 Dolly ' s Diary (continued) Mai 2 Wolking loses keys advertises. Kennedy loses heart.no advertising. Gamma Sigs hold meeting to see what can be done about some of its unpioused members. M y 4 Gilman, Chevalier ' s competition, learns to tap after 3 weeks of slump down practicing. Chi Delta Epsilons elated over Gilman ' s success. M vy 5 Night watchman mercilessly orders pair of nature students out of the garden after sundown. Edna Sneed gets voice off a high C. May 6 Reece complains of being unable to sleep in chapel cause Hitch bellows out so loud on No. 9, page 6. Cleo learns that she has a room of her own in this dormitory. May 7 Some idle soul scratches up Gambil ' s Packard. Third floor cooking society warned to disband — Pres. Millicent Eady, indignant, but humble as a prairie flower in the eyes of " Mame. " Wonder if falling in love includes the moo-cow expressions that a couple of the preacher boys have acquired. M w 8 Seniors hold annual hunt for honor points — juniors assist just for experience. Boardmen warns his feminine admirers that he can ' t be had — mighty white of him I ' d say. May 9 Harnley falls over an up-starting shrub while gazing at a tweedle-dee on a perry winkle limb. W.H.G.A. holds session to remind the deah sisters that " Lights Out " is still their theme song. May 11 Miriam Boring still searching for honor points — wonder why she doesn ' t advertise in the Southern. Nu Tau Betas faint by the scores as Doris Bowlby gets to a meeting on time. May 12 Boys agree that Mackey may be all the world to the Girl Scouts, but he ' s just a headache to them. May 13 Angie McFish McRae, public pest No. 1, collides with our dignificious Dean of Women — too bad it had to be a tie. Linda Mason not only comes to French class today, but she knows that today is Wednesday — maybe this in- stitution is doing some good in the world after all. May 14 It is rumored that it won ' t be long until Nancy Hutton will get her MRS. Laura Hoyle creates a sensation with one of those dippy looking hats — the kind that would make an ideal dipper. May IS Beta Mu house visible after several days of shoveling off the accumulated rubbish surrounding the fort. George, the Cuban, seems to be a wizard with women and wax — do you s ' pose he got his start in diet ' s class some months ago. M v 16 Miriam Boring dashes madly down to dean ' s office after hearing they ' re having a sale on honor points. Just figured out that there ' ll only be 2 more chapels. May 18 Dr. Spivey campaigns for return of students for coming year — other 2 students vow and declare that they ' ll be back. Seniors adorn platform in chapel — President of class tells of its undiluted love for the alma mater. May 19 Dean starts dusting off robes and caps ' cause it won ' t lie long now. Senate had Dean Sowers to present pins for the few members of the so-called honor society. May 20 Everybody wonders how some of the crew ever got in the honor society. Mary Knowles dyes hair to match her temper. Cramming becomes favorite campus sport. May 21 Students file morosely into lecture chambers to accept sentences, ' cept those intelligent Chi Sigs and Chi Delta Epsilons and since they wrote the books then they aren ' t worried. May 22 Seniors practice aisling in those no draft gowns. Exams still in session. Packed up dictionary today. May 23 Exams over. Packed other shirt today — can ' t find my dotted socks anywhere. And I guess it has at last come to this, THE END 180 » % % % ♦ • i ;■•: % Dr. Sfivey AND Joe Chappell Start the New Dorm The Vagabonds Strut Their Stuff I mi President Entertains 181 APPRECIATION Compiling an annual is no one-man task. Each person must co-operate to his or her best ability. To those who have helped I express my gratitude, es- pecially to Miss Marian Daniel and Miss Hazel Haley, without whose help as business managers this book would have been impossible. To Miss " Dolly " Slim merlin, who as Associate Editor, has given count- less hours of study and work to the compiling of this book. To Miss Helen Caudle and her hneart staff, who have labored long and weary hours for the art plates herein. To Miss Ruth Waldrop and Mr. Horace Kelly for their splendid work on the new sport section. To Dr. Kenneth Weihe and Mr. Harris Sims who have advised and counseled us often. To Mr. C. E. Shepherd and Mr. Howard Van Sciver of the H. W. B. Drew Company for their valuable advice and assistance and to Mr. Dewey Janet of the Times Engraving Company. To Mr. H. B. Hallen for his splendid pictures. To all of these and many more I wish to take this means of expressing my appreciation for their loyalty and work. They have made this book possible. THE EDITOR. 182 ' .« ■ » -Jf cJjdu f iti±ina ADVERTISEMENTS Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1936 Duval Jewelry Company of Tampa mum fBEA JTIFJL SHOEP The smartest note on every college campus WEAR Butler s Beautiful Shoes 70S Franklin Street TAMPA, FLORIDA BENNY SILVERMAN, Manager Phone 29-221 205 EAST MAIN MODERN-FIREPROOF Hotel Winter Home of the Detroit Tigers. LAKELAND TERRACE L A S S O WEST PALM TAMPA BRADENTO.N . SARASOTA . . MIAMI I I BEACH • TED II (t T E L S DIXIE COURT ami ROYAL WORTH .FLORIDAN and 1AMPA TERRACE MANATEE RIVER SARASOTA TERRACE ALCAZAR and HALCYON READING HOTEL of Lakeland, the Gem City of the Ridge Section of Florida. Open the year round. Every room with bath. Reasonable rates. Friends and relatives of students of Southern College are invited to make this hotel their headquarters when in Lakeland. FLORIDA COLLIER COAST and ASSOCIATED HOTELS 184 . ». -•;»- ADVERTISEMENTS SUITE 1014 By LOYAL FRISBIE Hello, Joe. Sit down. Got something I want to talk to ya about. Have a drink? Sure, they got good stuff here. This ' s my fifth. Me tight? Huh. See that tabloid there? They burned Spike Ghiotti today. Yeah. He ' s the dago they put up stabbing Heinie Muckle. Wanna know something? Spike didn ' t stick that Hun. I could got him off, too. Yes I could. I tell ya I ain ' t tight. You listen to me. I gotta story to tell ya. I ' m a good lawyer, says you, but I ain ' t that good? Well, keep your pants on. Have another slug. Lemme tell ya. Three months ago I ' m engaged to that doll in the Follies. Yeah, you know her. The one I told you about once. Told you I loved her, remember? Member how I tried to knock your block off when you said she was com- mon? Joe, you didn ' t know nothing. We have a fight one day, Mollie and me. Heinie — yeah, the same one Spike got the juice for killing — makes a play for her. I tell Mollie it ' s no dice — I ' m gonna be tops. Mollie says there never was a diamond bracelet she didn ' t like. She tells me she ' s got a date with Heinie in his suite that night. Am I sore ? You guess. I get drunk that p. m. and go to Muckle ' s hotel about nine bells to wait for ' em. I ' m packin ' a rod, and I ' m ripe to plug ' em both. I sit in the lobby and hold a paper in front of me. Reading? I never see a word on the page. Comes ten-thirty and Mollie and Heinie strut in. Heinie stops at the desk and asks the operator for his mail. She ' s a swell looking dish, too. " Und how vos mine liddle Violet, heh? " says Heinie in that German brogue of his. The wop eats it up. Heinie always did give the redheads a play. Violet gives him a look you could have melted a steel girder in. Mollie ain ' t blind. I can see she ' s madder ' n Satan at Heinie looking at another dame when she ' s got first claim for the evening. I never could see how the femmes fall for this tin-horn politician, anyhow. Up from that east side brew house, he is. Anyway, Violet takes it big. Her and me both watch ' em get in the elevator. Why don ' t I shoot ' em then ? Don ' t know. Maybe I want to torture myself a while longer. But it ain ' t long. Thirty minutes I guess. Then I can ' t stand it no longer. I figure it ' s time to bust in. I grab the automatic elevator to the tenth floor, and go to Heinle ' s suite — 1014. I ' ve got my gat ready and bust open the door. I nearly knock Mollie down when I do. She ' s got on just about half a dress, and she ' s as white as your collar was when you put your shirt on, and she ' s scared stiff. Mad at her now? Joe, I forget about hating her. I shove her one side and jump in after Heinie. Then I see somebody ' s beat me to it. He ' s crumpled on the floor. Got a paper-knife in his back. Right away I see what ' s happened. Mollie. I slam Heinie ' s door and lock it and make Mollie tell me what ' s happened. She ' s so scared she tells the truth. Heinie and Violet make her jealous, see? And when she bawls Heinie out he laughs in her face. You know what that does to Mollie. When Heinie turns his back a minute, she grabs a letter-opener and sticks it in up to the hilt. Heinie whirls around and grabs for her. Just catches her shoulder and yanks off most of her dress when he collapses. The kid ' s panicky. She starts to run. Then I come in. Well, I ain ' t mad at her no more. I make her sit down and drink a stiff one while I think. I go over everything she ' s touched, with a towel, and wipe off her fingerprints. Then I put her coat around her and tell her to go on down. I call up the desk, and talk in Heinie ' s accept. I tell Violet to call Heinie ' s car and have his chauffeur take Mollie home. Then I groan like somebody hits me from behind, and I drop the phone, letting the receiver hang. Then I take the elevator own to the seventh floor. I figure if the house dick is watching the dial downstairs, he ' ll look for me on that floor. Then I take the stair back up to the roof, and park there all night. Well, the coroner makes his report, and the D. A. investigates, and don ' t find no hot clues, and no one connects Mollie with the killing, because Violet says Mollie comes down while Heinie is talking over the phone. And after they ask Mollie a few questions about how well she knows him they let her go. Mollie always could put on a good act. Then they pick up Ghiotti, on sus- picion. He lives on the seventh floor, and the cops figure he has a down on Heinie ever since the Diamond mob got that sewer contract. The bulls get enough phoney evidence to indict Ghiotti. and he hires me to take his case. Get that? My girl kills a man, and I defend the guy accused of doing it. Rich, ain ' t it? And am I on the spot? Well, I do my best for Ghiotti, but I can ' t go too deep, because I ' ll get back to Mollie. And even though I know she ' s got more dirt in her soul than there is in the Florida Everglades, I still can ' t turn her in. The D. A. is up for reelection, and he turns on the heat. Well, I put up a good fight, considerin ' I ' m only a Bowery mouthpiece — that ' s what the rags say — but Spike is in a hole. I ' m talking to him about it one day. He gets real hysterical. " You gotta getta me out, " he blubbers. " I no killa da Heinie. I like to, but I no do. I killa lotta guy, I not kill Heinie. I kill Butch McGlure, and I putta da finger on Nick da Greek, and I rub off Jim Harlan, da cop, but I no kill Heinie. " Yeah, that ' s right. Jim Harlan, he says. My own brother. You remember when Jim got the lead in the raid on Maxie ' s joint last November. I swore ihen I ' d get the guy what did it. Well, here ' s Spike tells me he did it, and him so rattled he don ' t realize the papers said at the time Harlan has a brother who goes by the moniker of Frank Damon, and is a lawyer. So what do I do now? I know Spike didn ' t kill Heinie. I know Mollie did. I know Spike killed my brother. So what do I do? I foozle things in court from then on, and I let ' em convict Spike, and I don ' t appeal. And I don ' t have nothin ' more to do with Mollie, neither. Have another drink. 185 ♦ . • ■ . A D V E R T I S E M E N T S ERNEST MASS, Tie Incorporated iDemiorcl FASHIONS IN GOOD TASTE stationery isom. ' p .xiy . Complete Office Outfitters Phone 2879 ft 511 TAMPA STREET TAMPA, FLORIDA 127 South Kentucky Avenue LAKELAND, FLORIDA H. J, Drane Son Congratulations to Founded 1884 THE INTERLACHEN STAFF AND THE STUDENTS OF • INSURANCE Jr Ion da REAL ESTATE MORTGAGES ooiaflie™ College RENTALS W ft DRANE BUILDING LAKELAND, FLORIDA Florida National Bank John Wright, Manager LAKELAND, FLORIDA m; • ■•■•■• ' % ADVERTISEMENTS KK» U Notice your class leaders. Practically all have that which we call " character " . They are honest, they are dependable, and they are loyal to their school and to their friends. • In business life as in school, good character is highly prized. Many persons with average intelligence but good char- acter have been chosen in preference to those whose only asset was brilliancy. • You are still building your character. Take stock of it and further prepare yourself for a successful life. 187 ADVERTISEMENTS BEST WISHES FROM YOUR FRIEND MONARCH MARKET INCORPORATED SOUTH ' S FINEST FOOD STORE lOO% FOR FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE AND THE CITY OF HEART ' S DESIRE BAKERITE 100 VEGETABLE SHORTENING MADE BY WILSON CO CERTIFIED BEEF PACKERS Best Wishes FOR SOUTHERN COLLEGE Cunningham Steam Laundry Incorporated Telephone 31-111 1141 EAST PARKER STREET 188 1 4 ' • ' ».» ? ▼ A D V E R T I S E M E N T S Kelley - Hudson Company HUDSON TERRAPLANE HAMMOND JONES PACKARD • Telephone 25-081 • 244-246 NORTH FLORIDA AVENUE LAKELAND, FLORIDA WATERMAN STEAMSHIP Phone 3-0282 CORPORATION MANGEL ' S MOBILE OCEANIC LINE MISSES ' AND WOMEN ' S APPAREL Regular passenger sailings from Stores Located in TAMPA AND MOBILE TO Jacksonville - Miami London Bremen Liverpool Hamburg Tampa - Pensacola Manchester Rotterdam Glasgow Antwerp Avonmouth Havre PUERTO RICAN DIVISION Sinclair H-C Gasoline Regular sailings from Tampa to San Juan via Leslie Grizzard. Agent Mobile and New Orleans • Phone 43-944 For information, rates and schedules apply to • LYKES BROS. STEAMSHIP CO., INC., Agents There is a „ . T , . „ ctat t tiD Conveniently Located in Your MiMLLAlh . STATION Neighborhood TAMPA, FLORIDA 189 , ' «• •.• , ADVERTISEMENTS For yon ored other discerning young women ivho appreciate the newest, smartest fashions, Maas Brothers leaves no stone unturned to maintain its Fifty Years of supremacy in presenting Tropical Fashions That is why the Maas Brothers label is your assur- ance of sii[ erb quality, fashion-tightness and last- ing satisfaction. TAMPA THIS IS GOLDEN JUBILEE YEAR— 1866-1936 Congratulations and Best Wishes to SOUTHERN COLLEGE . JACKSON GRAIN COMPANY IMPORTERS AND DISTRIBUTORS FEEDS AND FERTILIZERS POLK AT ASHLEY TAMPA, FLORIDA 190 ft ♦ ♦ • ♦ ft ♦ ♦ « « • ft ♦ • ♦ ♦ ADVERTISEMENTS For a Good Show Visit SPARKS POLK and PALACE THEATRES The Pol County Baking Company Joins in Wishing Southern College Many More Tears of Growth and Achievement to Follow POLK COUNTY BAKING COMPANY MAKERS OF BUTTER CRUST BREAD TELEPHONE 39-061 1102 SOUTH FLORIDA AVENUE 191 ADVERTISEMENTS DON QUIXOTE 124 MAIN STREET (Next to Western Union) SPANISH DINNERS CUBAN SANDWICHES PRIVATE DINING ROOMS Compliments of S. H. Kress Company Lakeland, Florida Compliments of POINSETTIA ICE CREAM THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY i Pledges to you to market the very best products offered in your re- spective communities, and their local representative, Mr. R. 0. Rethea, invites your patronage through his dealers or service stations. •THE SMILE FOLLOWS THE SPOON ' B. O. BETHEA Commission Agent 192 ► ♦ ♦ ► " •♦ ' •♦•«•♦ ' X X ' Jf -,T V» T Vocabulary J [ecessary to Higher Education 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 2 " . 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. Co-ed — College girl who was for Ed. but is now for any man with a football letter. Classroom — Oblong room where students write to their true loves or play tit-tat-too to keep from being bored to death by a prof. Bop — A technical phrase used to designate a directed hand-slap — see Marian Jones. Library — Room where students leave books at night and where it ' s too noisy for sleeping purposes. Suck-in — Power of getting girls to pay their ironing fees, blind date with a preacher boy. Crips — Courses offered for benefit of parasitic minds — for free advice see Walton Hall. Race Track — That portion of campus designated by the authorities as a " nice " place to have a date — charac terized by floodlights on Ay 2 corners. Neck — Lab. course in human relations — usually done at night. Don ' t Hang Out Your Neck — An insinuation of unrighteous self-esteem meant to put the egoist in his proper place ; synonymous : don ' t brag , don ' t chunck up your nasty sox. Vanities — Wild waist shows. Why shore — As if to say " of course, you half-baked idjet. " Make Time — Process of successfully displaying one ' s affections (usually not meant in truth — just for sake of practice) on member of opposite sex. Reference: Gisler, Gambill. Rounder — One who has been around and still holds up under college rules. Hand Shaking — Process of agreeing witli profs for the sake of grades when the time one thinks " Heck no, that ain ' t right ! " Drawing Room — Only comfortable place on campus where campusology students can study comfortably and with plenty of light on the subject. Smooch — (For full details see Gisler and Gaines.) C. S. — Abbreviation for Christmas Spirit, not " Spirits. " Bull — Ability to spread one-line idea over six or more sheets of notebook paper. Lousy — Adj. to designate a foul or utterly loathsome situation. Jitters — Adj. used to describe a case of the nervous jerks usually caused by waiting for a date that ' s thirty minutes late. Bull Season — Meeting of members of one sex for purpose of taking stock of talents of the opposite sex. — See the Pikes. No Soap — Synonym for " no. not any of any such luck. " Alumnus — Graduate of a college who expects to come back to school and get everything free, but gets foo ' .ed when Va. Mitchell hands him a check for lunch. Sling the Mud — In other words, " do your brother before he does you. " Shuffle Board — Sport designed for the feeble and frail. Ignoranter — Adj. which describes one after he goes through college. Crummy — Descriptive of one whom you would speak to on the campus, but not out in public. Duck — Second-hand cigarette smoked by frugal college lads. Dashboard Diphtheria — Disease caused by using gasoline that is guaranteed to run out at the opportune time. Tetched — State of sudden mental deterioration. Gallery — Collection of eligible and other members of the opposite sex. Bed — Easiest thing in college to fall into but the hardest to get out of. Note Book— Book in which student stores his knowledge for future reference, but loses it before doing any referring. Honor Society — Organization for those who can earn, steal, or borrow the most honor points. Joke — Which the professors try to tell to produce a wave of laughter but can ' t unless the students knock each other ' s ribs out. 193 ' ♦ ' ADVERTISEMENTS Congratulations to SOUTHERN COLLEGE Peopled Bank LAKELAND Photographers to THE 1936 INTERLACHEN H. B. HALLEN STUDIOS 914 EUCLID AVENUE LAKELAND, FLORIDA Portrait Photographers 194 ♦ ♦ • ♦ ► ■• « •♦ ♦ ♦ - f •.,▼ V " ..▼ A D V E R T I S E M E N T S Congratulations to SOUTHERN COLLEGE MONARCH QUALITY FOOD PRODUCTS Reid, Murdoch 6? Company ESTABLISHED 1S53 Chicago - Boston - Pittsburgh Tampa - Jacksonville - San Francisco Los Angeles Montgomery Ward Invites the Students and Faculty of Southern College to Inspect our Beautiful 7 [eu; Store, located conveniently to serve you. 195 " • -4 ■ .« A D V E R T I S E M E N T S GUY HARVARD FLORIDA MUNICIPAL BONDS Compliments of BOUGHT, SOLD AND QUOTED Bonds for Delinquent Tax Adjustments i JKonix Citv, State and Count 207 E. Lemon Street i Vvrate Phone 29-211 i PATTERSON PACKING COMPANY, INC. f JLriiiTnlber PACKERS AND SHIPPERS r Oomtipany ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES Lakeland - - - Florida ' ' Lakeland ' s Oldest Electrical Store " George ' s Sandwich Shop Atwater Kent Radios Frigidaire Appliances • Lipscomb Roe Electric 114 South Kentucky Avenue Company LAKELAND 209-211 East Lemon Street Palaee Theatre Building Phone 44-681 Congratulations to TACKER ' S FLORIDA Economical Drug Store IXCORI ' ORATED SOUTHERN w Reliable Prescription Service COLLEGE • Phone 2177 FURCHGOTT ' S 112 South Tennessee Avenue JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA LAKELAND. FLORIDA 196 •♦ ♦ • ♦ ' . ,■♦♦■♦ ♦ • ♦ • V " ADVERTISEMENTS SMARTNESS AND ECONOMY SUCCESSFULLY COMBINED Peggie Hale Dresses 715 Franklin Street TAMPA, FLORIDA DON ' T RUY ANY FURNITURE UNTIL YOU SEE Kirk McKay Lillian ' s Beauty Shop Expert Beauty Service LAKELAND, FLORIDA Whitlock Paint and Sign Shop LAKELAND. FLORIDA ESSRIG ' S Exclusive Fabrics • 808 Franklin Street TAMPA, FLORIDA Congratulations to l ollege J. C. Penney Company TODD HARDWARE COMPANY GLEN STARLING Goldsmith Sporting Goods Dealer HENLEY ' S DRUGS Phone 31-161 LAKELAND. FLORIDA 197 ♦ -4 ■ 4 ♦ • ' ADVERTISEMENTS Compliments of LAKE MORTON SERVICE STATION RITZ • AND That GRAND Good Gulf Gasoline THEATRES • Winter Haven, Florida Gene Gossett, Manager The Grand Leader GIBSON ' S 120 South Kentucky Avenue 225 SOUTH FLORIDA AVENUE LAKELAND, FLORIDA " We Please You, Tell Your Friends ' ' Moth -Proofing Phone 1058 S.FlaAve Delivery Service Lakeland. Florida. CLEANERS Jnl e iKolrix JPriiiit i NkotoT G FORD CARS Telephone 4606 413 N. Florida Ave. LAKELAND FRENCH DRY CLEANERS Phone 2187 114 EAST PINE STREET None Better Phone 43-211 BQN-TON DRY CLEANERS Opposite Polk Theatre 12b ' South Florida Avenue LAKELAND, FLORIDA 198 A D V E R T I S E M E N T S NICODEMUS JEWELRY COMPANY, Inc. Venable ' s Market, Inc. Lakeland ' s Leading Jeweler Headquarters for Students ' Serves You Better — Serves You More Jewelry and Banquet Favors 116 South Kentucky Avenue 231-233 North Tennessee Avenue Palace Theatre Building Phone 28-231 Home Restaurant Rapid Shoe Shop 309 West Main Street " For Your Sole ' s Sake See Us " Workmanship Unsurpassed Edward Jenson. Manager 127 S. Tennessee Avenue Opposite Post Office LAKELAND LAKELAND, FLORIDA HAMPTON, BULL CROM Compliments of Attorneys at Law Empire Store Phone 4044 LAKELAND FLORIDA Citizens Bank Building TAMPA, FLORIDA ED. C. WRIGHT CO. FLORIDA MUNICIPALS Compliments of • LINEBAUGH COMPANY First Avenue and Third Street North TAMPA, FLORIDA St. Petersburg, Florida HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING COMPANY Compliments of MEN ' S WEAR W. B. DICKINSON TAMPA. FLORIDA 199 • . . ADVERTISEMENTS JEFFERSON, HARTS ELL BISHOP CORP. IKSU R A?iC E 106 EAST MAIN STREET LAKELAND, FLORIDA Compliments of W. U. LATHROP Compliments of BRADENTON HERALD Compliments of SOUTHERN GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY Compliments of RALEIGH T. BARBER Compliments of McGINNIS LUMBER COMPANY Compliments of LONG TAXI PHONE 2128 Compliments of WOLF BROTHERS TAMPA, FLORIDA Hart, Shaffner Marx Clothes Compliments of BLUE RIBBON SHOE SHOP 200 ' •• ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ • ♦ ♦ i .»•»;» ■.?■ ADVERTISEMENTS ENGRAVERS tor THE • 1936 • INTERLACHEN Times Engraving Co. TA MPA , FLORIDA 201 4 ADVERTISEMENTS Tarr, Incorporated Lafayette and Hyde Park Avenues Out of the Rent District " Style Furniture at Popular Prices " COMPLIMENTS OF 0. K. CANDY CO. Lakeland. Florida Compliments of J . D. RAULERSON Clerk Circuit Court Compliments of DOYLE E. CARLTON Compliments of ALEX KAY Compliments of PROGRESSIVE MOTORS, Incorporated QUALITY DRY CLEANERS 115 S. Florida Avenue Phone 2147 W. B. DICKENSON ATTORNEY AT LAW Tampa. Florida COMPLIMENTS of BERGER RACHELSON Tampa Compliments of C. W. PALMORE 202 I ♦ ♦ ,T V " »T ADVERTISEMENTS COMPLIMENTS OK -ice 0I)ea3 TAMPA. FLORIDA Compliments of The Detroit Tigers WORLD CHAMPIONS. 1935 LOUIS ' Ladies ' Ready to Wear Exclusive Clothes for Every Occasion For the Fastidious Co-Ed Frocks Gowns Coats Suits Millinery Accessories Lingerie 115 SOUTH KENTUCKY AVENUE Compliments of Standard Service Station 901 EAST MAIN STREET FOR HAPPINESS Through Health DRINK Pasteurized I L K IT IS THE SAFE MILK Highlands Dairy Co. JOHN B. WHITE Tax Assessor POLK COUNTY IXCORPOi; ] I-:n Telephone 38-241 213-15 E. McDonald St. CHESTER M. WIGGINS County Judge POLK COUNTY PAUL HENDERSON Tax Collector POLK COUNTY 203 ♦ » ADVERTISEMENTS Phone 27-601 Mrs. F. E. Fulchum Manager COVINGTON ' S Beauty Shop All Lines of Beauty Culture ft 117 South Florida Avenue LAKELAND, FLORIDA All- American Thrift Stores • Lakeland Brooksville Auburndale Tarpon Springs Haines City Clearwater Orlando Largo Clermont St. Cloud Wildwood Bartow Dade City Lake Wales Frostproof Avon Park Wauehula Arcadia Fort Meade Fort Myers Plant City Serving Thousands of Customers Daily with Quality Foods at Reasonable Prices Libby ' s Del Monte American Club Snider ' s Heinz McCormick ' s General Foods Rural Gold All-American Coffees FIRST FLORIDA SECURITIES COMPANY 101 South Kentucky Avenue 112 E. AMELIA PHONE 6374 Chappell Brothers ORLANDO. FLORIDA WINTER HAVEN LAKELAND Distributors " Tom ' s " Toasted Peanuts FINK CANDIES AND PEANUT BUTTER SANDWICHES Compliments of MILTON A. FULLER INCORPORATED Goff Jewelry Company Th Store With the Friendly Spirit DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY Convenient Terms to All 116 S. Tennessee Avenue Lakeland, Florida 204 ♦ ♦ . .» -,» • , • » » A D V E R T I S E M E N T S Moore ' s for Clothes Best Wishes Every Suit Personalized • FOR Moore ' s Style Shop 114 South Tennessee Avenue SOUTHERN Lakeland. Florida COLLEGE Furniluri ' fur Any Home FROM SEMINOLE Furniture Company William P. McDonald IXCOKI ' ORATED Construction Co, 802-808 Florida Avenue TAMPA, FLORIDA Lakeland, Florida Jones Chambliss Company BEEF and PORK PACKERS JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA -i® A FLORIDA CORPORATION 205 4 ADVERTISEMENTS In Lakeland for Popular Priced Quality . . . . PRINTING Try The COMMERCIAL PRESS 308 So. Kentucky Avenue PHONE 30 304 Compliments of tin LYONS FERTILIZER COMPANY TAMPA FLORIDA MANUFACTURERS OF Orange Belt Brands of Fertilizer c AXO THE HOME OF Lyonize Grove Service 206 ♦ ♦ ADVERTISEMENTS yiany Years Ago • • W E were reminded that our quality was always uniform, our prices right and our repu- tation for fair dealing beyond question. Today these same attributes are uppermost in our mind when we are planning and producing • PRINTING • ENGRAVING • LITHOGRAPHING This Issue of the 1936 INTERLACHEN L Produced in Our Plant in the most Modern and Best Equipped plant in the South ' east ' ' specializing in Genuine Chromium Steel Engraved Graduation and Wedding Invitations and Announcements as well as Social and Business Stationery. THEH. W. B. DREW C O M PA N Y 22-30 WEST BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 207 jini UIL± ,♦ v « . ' . • ' ..- -. ■- - m , h ' ,. .j. m ■--■ - - fe.

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