Florida Southern College - Interlachen Yearbook (Lakeland, FL)

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.1 ■■ ■ ( 1 1 1 I ' Wfu.n ■■♦-♦•♦ m : EX urns E PpEyTENT... p FOREWORD Two PURPOSES emerged in the creation of yonr 1941 Interlachen. First, to captnre the true spirit of a campus that not only has become in- fused with the dynamics of a modern age, but has kept its heart near the source of all Beauty and Wisdom, even as it constantly finds new ways of giving expression to the Truth it discovers. Second, to depict the individual growth that takes place as a concentric phase of the larger move- ment. To achieve this end, we have cliosen to re- discover the natural beauty resident on our campus, using the Tree and its various stages of growth and fruitfulness to parallel the development of the student. Entering as a yoinig twig on which are budded the shoots of Awareness, this young plant, as it grows, has the branches of Knowledge grafted to its trunk, while later dead and useless limbs are pruned away. Finally the golden I ' niit of our Tree of Life goes out to bring new happiness and new values to the world beyond the boundaries of our campus. Binding all into one whole is the wood- grain cover of Character. And with this Bunvan-like interpretation, we commend it to you who made it. ,v.»- tvf vt r . v-f 6- : HE X . V-i--? V-,. «WC? , (-ttrt t, ' D r ? 7 -»!;, UDENTy ' OE ..X " • jh, LOR I DA v,.. r ■■ V O ■r " ?n V -- if ) . ■ v ; ' La;;eland, Florida i94 L IN THE MYTHOLOGY of almost every ancient race the Tree has stood as a sacred Symbol of Life. Viewed variously as the hearer of Life ' s fruit, as the shellerer and protector of early man, as his natural temple wherein he worshipped whatever Gods were known to his primitive mind, this eternal Yggdrasil of the ancient Germans, Tree of Life of Hebrew tradition and Egyptian folklore, has be- come today the Cloven Oak of England, battered and scarred symbol of the fight for Justice and Truth. Yet, as Time has placed its indelible mark upon this age and upon this year, we turn again to the Tree which on our own campus has become the sym- bol of youth ' s growth from a young green shoot to the sturdy plant of maturity, bearing its fruit in the world of today, even as it sends its tap root deep into the soil of those eternal values found only in a Christian democratic society; standing firm against the onslaughts of wind, rain and adversity. Here, among these trees have we found beauty; here have we known those quiet moments in which our souls have found guidance for the tasks of the future; here have we shared our dreams, even as the winds have told us of things to come; here have these trees become for us symbols of one brief, ecstatic moment, our college years. Blow winds, strip bare our limbs, yet towering over an age of warfare, we shall yet stand to blossom forth in other Springs! CAMPUS Beauty of the new Southern blends with the old on a growing campus. FACULTY These are they whose labors do not exclude from true companionship. CLASSES This generation — in academic stairways, search- ing for the light. PERSONALITIES .... In which the 1941 crop holds its own with any and all comers. ACTIVITIES What makes the college years a fascinating whirl. The calendar of events. ORGANIZATIONS .... In which the FSC students carry on their daily lives with gusto. ATHLETICS Another banner Alpha Sigma year — and a bunch of gallant Moccasins. ♦ • ' .♦■: ♦♦.♦♦.♦ To BrsHOP Arthur J. Moore, dyiiainic leader of men, staunch defender of the faith, loyal friend to this college, we in grateful appreciation dedicate the 1941 fnterlachen. Standing like a mighty Oak, he has been for us a tireless proponent of those universal principles in which his life is rooted. I A tribute to President Ludd M. Spivey never at- tains the vivid qualities which are bound up within his own life and personality. Constantly growing, he extends the branches of Wisdom above the soil in which his beloved young plants will grow to man- hood and womanhood. Feeding them with the sap of his own experience taken from deep, hidden well-springs of Life, his spirit in its impulsiveness and impatience has stood triumphant against all storms, and shall remain as organic in nature as the Southern college he is building. • •♦ • % .♦: ' ' f » » .t- v» ,V-»-:V Vt. .♦ - ♦ .♦ ■ r • ■ . i " And this our Life, exempt jiorn public haunt, finds tongues in trees, books in the running brooks, sermons in stones, and good in everything. " — Shakespeare ♦ •♦ ♦ • 4? ' _. ' ' -7 ' J • " pjpiir :annie pfeiffer chapei • • • INTERIOR OF PFEIFFER CHAPEL: [HE CHAPEL IN A CROVE ♦ ♦ . ]_L THE COLLEGE CHURCH: EDGE HALL 1, A • 111 J I • •♦ ♦ ♦ 4 THE GARDEN OF MEDITATION and Hmdu Temple J ♦ ♦ STUDENT ACTIVITIES BUILDING THE ARBORETUM ♦ •♦ • « • V T « ' T ,T - T rT ALLAN SPIVLy JOSEPH = REYNOLDS r ♦ 1 " These trees shall be m hooks and in their barks in thoughts I ' ll character, that every eye which in this for- est looks, shall see thy virtue witnessed everywhere. " — Shakespeare t . ,:,«ldft. ' V «... - ♦ • ♦ • . ; ♦ ,.f i cr " ' OFFICIAL W. E. DeMELT. Dean TOLLE (Men) ROBINSON (Women) SOWERS (Students) McAFEE CHAMBERS SUMNER (Registrar) (Publicity) (Lilnarian) ' - » .♦ OFFICIAL J. C. PEEL, Dean Slimmer Srhool • JOHNSON HYDE WEBB (Assistant ) (Assistant) (Secretary) VHITMOR] E JONES LONG ( Lihiai ' y ) ( Alumni ) (Dietitian) IT " I ♦ •♦♦ . ART HOWARD J. BARNimi. Chairman CHENETTE BARNUM TOLLE BERND-COHEN BENTLEY EVERETT STODDARD BAINTER BONER DUNN MARSHALL GARVIN SOCIAL SCIENCE WALTER 0. ROPP, Chairman SCOTT COE RAWLS PAINTER BRYAN JACKSON ANDERSON OGDEN OGDEN HARDY COMAN SOWERS I 11 -I ••■ i " , ■■ . ♦ ♦ ♦ . ENGLISH K. GIBSON WEI HE. Chmrmnn BINNS BROWN WOLFROM BARNETT PURCELL CALLAHAN HART CHAMBERS ! if BSCiScZ Ui ♦ • ♦ .♦ ♦ - - ' EDUCATION LAURA LEENHOUTS. Chairman CAMERON DEPUTY BATTLE LUNDIN HORNBAKER MODESITT GINN SHERMAN t L. RELIGION SHIRLEY JACKSON CASE. Chairman HAWKINS THRIFT ANDERSON RAY, Chaplain ■ " • .-.:-U ' -- _j»_t.;-rJ5 tJMI " ♦ ♦ - ' ' LANGUAGE CHARLES S. VANNOY. Chairman ZELLARS COLDSBOROUGH HAWKINS o ' -4 ♦• ♦•♦. .■♦ " ■ ■ " I.W. 1,1 f Jlii iiJi •■■ ' !— ifc A a—iiitfca i iCIENCE ROBERT S. ELY. Chmrmnn REINSCH STEWART HOFFMAN FIKE WILLIAMS MULVANIA SHUDEMAN GENTRY WALBRIDGE WATTS SHEPARD CUNNINGHAM COTHERN GRAHAM MULHOLLAND SOCIAL DICKINSON ALDERMAN WILLIAMS DOW nUGGER WILSON HAZEN ♦ ■♦•♦ - -Mil. vO " 1 odu) I have gruuii taller From walking with the trees The seven sister-poplars who Go softly in a line: And I think my heart is nhiler For its parley with u star That trembled out at nightfall And hung above the pine. " — Kap.le W. Baker S3r,-JiM:assr:fnf ■ ,y «T Y ' f - T »T «T ,7 ' . •♦ FOREWORD ■w REVERSING THE USUAL yeail)()()k pioifclure. we let the seed of ail idea sprout, grow and mature in natural order through the class divisions of the 1941 Intcrlachen, saving for the last the Lest — our Seniors! Following a tradition of recent years, the 1941 Freslnnan class stole the show from its superiors in providing color and vitality for campus life, as it became chief rival to an outstand- ing Sopiiomore array of talent. Acciuiring the dignitv of advancing years, the Juniors contented themselves in supplying directcns of campus activities, while reflections of the Times marked as somewhat subdued the 1941 roster of Graduates whose ranks were somewhat thiimeil by the national draft. In its totality, a ell-l)alanced student body, working in commendable harmony as it watched a growing campus and a tense world. -r r vT 4. ■•♦ -♦ ,1 FDANCiy LUCE - PDE LUCIA MODRI » V. pRcy: DOROTHY y " TYREy • yEC BEVERLY GLiyyoN • tceat: JAME CRI- TY • yENIATE • ;f.K Faye Anderson Beverly Atkinson Mary Gene Arenburg Maida Baker Marjorip Bauni Winifred Beck Don Berardinelli Charles Berkslresser Robbie Berkslresser Leatha Pauline Brannen Billy B. Brown Melloe Burchfield Venia Jeanne Campbel Hazel Carter Rcdibie Lee Caulk Mabel Chapman Jean Chealliam Forest Carleton Charles Clarke Elizabeth Clegg Louise Coe Jean Collister Charles Colter Lou Cone Edvihe Cornette Doris Cowart Eleanor Crane Maryse Dale Daline Daly Norman Dando Alyce Jane Davis Lois Ditty Mollie Ditty Leon Douglas Albert Dyke Ralph Jolinfiin Dorothy Ellis Frefl Jackson Charlotle Eskridge George Finley Bclty Fitzgerald John French Jeannetlc Gallircath Lino Garcia Sterling Gardner Louise Gardner Emmett Gibson Mary Oniah Gibson Wayne Gilman Beverly Glisson irginia Goodwill Ella Gouge Joyce Hamilton Anna Hansen Patricia Harvey Alfred Hedberg James Hendrix Lloyd Hendry Renee Herman iniinia Hi-rrin Nancy Hill Charles Hogeboom Dorothy Horton Jane Howlett Paul Hoyt Harriet Hunter Cecil Irwin Thomas Jefferies Htith Jefferis Hampton Jeter • ■♦ . (iliarles Johnson W. L. Joyner Eloise Kauffman Charles Ketrhum Martha Koestline (!harnelle Larson Betle Lesher Agnes Lewis Belly Ann Londenherg Marcelle Long Lionel Lowry Mary Ruth Lovett Caroline Massey Peggy MacDowell Jack Meagher Bruce Meservey Yvonne Miller Gloria Miller Christine Mixon Klla Elizaheth Morgan Ldilh Murrell John Nelson ' irginia O ' Cain Marjorie Penland Kathcrlne Price ' aleria Price Winifred Prilchard Dorothy Ranshurg Janet Mae Reed Frances Richards Elizabeth Ritchey Betty Rae Russell Vi alter Ropp Floy Rntledge Betty Jean Satchell »1 T .••wtvtvt; Virginia Segraves Colon Senterfit Henry Shupe W. H. Sigsworth. Jr. M. L. Sikes, Jr. Zelcia .Simmons Barliara Ann .Sims Richard Sniitli Hugh Snook Aneela Snowden Marian Spence Ernest Spencer, Jr. Mary Edith Stokes Billie Strickland Juanila Stringer Wilma Sliilihs Earl Tucker Phyllis Taylor Harold Th. mas Lillian Thomas Eloise Townsend Betty Mae Troyer Raymond Vanderslice Kennieth Waller Estelle Webb Rudolph Wehr Charles Whipple Virginia Wilkerson Dale Williams Kay Williford Maurcine Will Mildred Woodall Merwin Woolen Warren Woolen John Young L i wtm ■ ' i f- -% V ■ I ♦ • ♦, Mililifil Biieliler Bftty Ann Bell « William Kent Lionel Lowry Bettj Rae Russell J ' J l.i-o Weinstein m «s Clayton White A CLEMENT RUyyELL ■ PRE : CARL BRUNER • V. PCE CLARENCE CAMPBELL • £C. JOE BECTA BULLOCK • TCEAyT ALTON KINDRED • SENATE SOPl Erma Ashwill Carl Bruner Joe Brooks Howard Barnum, Jr. Julian Burke Mary Ruth Barr Luther Beal Marion Bartli Mrs. Clara Bedsole Anita Black Georgia Anne Bowen Paul C. Burns Leon Bruce Sybil Barge Josephine Bedford Fred Caison Alice Campbell Clarence Campbell Jean Cartwright William Chapman Mrs. Katie Clark Ralph Clements Walter Clements Nash Cochran r :fP %l «3),«r- V , k Jf l k f n I D O. • •%♦ % ' ■•- " " • ' ' - - " ■■■-• ' • " ■ ' ' " J jfciiMk. ...aJ- - ■ Ada Lee Coleman Bill Cooper James Cnim. Jr. Louis Culpepper Linley Cnrry. Jr. Catherine Dame Aniond Daniel William DeMelt Jack Denmark Jean Dond Roderic Dciygar Pasco Diirrance ilarv Louise Earnshaw Martha Critchlow Madeline Edwards Frances Ellis C. E. Dnggar Naomi Fletcher i ' David Forsliay Elizalielli Gibson Mayre Ann Gillette Rnth Callaway Helen Gregory Frances Hague ig,-- ' 1 i L f «er, I - ' —m l V Miirry Greenbatim Ward Heberling Ruth Jinks Albert Few Fay McMiiIl. ' M V Howard Hardee Tracy Holsberry Robert Jackson Nell Lester Elliot Maguire .1 - ml George Ilarrell Jane Hooks Elaine Jones Laretha Lord Thelnia Marsh Maida Harrington William Howard John Keene Ethel Ruth Lyon Rebecca Martin .. Constance Harvey Bill Humphrey Mary Frances Keith June Lyons Carolyn Monrotus : ' . Gloria Hatcher James Hutson Alton Kindred Elbert McLeod John Morgan ( U -fc f ■ -TP, %-♦•%•♦« Helen Myers Evelyn Ernsberger Ernie Navarre Marjorie Nichols Marjorie O ' Cain Barbara Old Inez Padgett Helen Jo Peeler Teresa Phinney Charles Pierce Annabell Redd Gwendolyn Reid Macel Reid Floyd Reynolds Albert Few Hugh Robinson Mark Robinson Albert Rood Frances Ruukema Belty Riilil Bob Russell Clement Russell Alice Rhea Louise Sage Sophie Saunders Bill Scruggs Al ice Jean Seegmiller Stuart Simmons Anita Shipley Virginia Smiley V f . ■. ■ » ■ « V I k V-.- f . 7 t ' f.f Eliiisf Sniiih Lillian Spencer Claude Stanfield Lavonne Story Ovida Styers Arthur Tarkinjjton George Taylor Harriette Taylor Juanita Taylor Rosemary Townsend Eunice Walker Elizabeth Walkup irt;inia Walter Carolyn Walton Siver Wilson Elizabeth Wolfendon Lester Woods Helen Woodward Paul Williams Ora Belle Wilkes Marguerite Crane Charl. ' s Wrede Mary Jo Krause Jack Harrell Mary Grace Whidden .4 4 V - Mildred Surrency Lestina Tyre Walter Paul Whitmori Helen Yelvington «3t f» ri «» ) f)( . a. ' PJAM-Tllr , L . 4K .. ««..- ,r- -..-..a. -ja... -%l -■ T7BfflBi!BlF ' - ' — " " ■• - ■ " 31 ' , ■uT ' .i.l ■1f«L ' .narttf»iTT ' ♦•♦♦«♦ J JEANETTE MILLED • PPEX MOWADD DUBOVE-V.PPZ PEGGY EDWARD . y EC. ARCMIE M5QUAGCC TPEA COTTIE BOZEMAN ° yENATE ♦ ■♦ f Jeanne Atclieson Elizabeth Baiim Rae Behrens Cnralee Braddork Martlia Bruner Robert Caldwell Anna Cargile Lewis Carlton Helen Carter Sue Ella Cason Leila Cameron June Chisolm Betty Ann Clapp Edna Claville Loraine Cliett Riitli Ley Ctxiper Sara Betty Corbitt Winifred Coiddery Jnlia Cousins Frank Cowart ■ ' - ■ ' ■ . t Ui Bailiara Conine Catherine Fletclier Fay Gordon Trma Hawkins Lorene Cunningham Marguerite Eraser Adelaide Gnerra Josepliine Hipps Thera Dunham Jrannetle Frost -Mary Heinzmann Alherl Hulmos Betty Jean Fields Rnth Fiiren Mary Harley niii-.|iiir JiTlkins June First Bernard Gault Dorothy Hawkins Manrinc Jnnc Nedra Kicklighler Grace Kirkland James King John Alan Lester Edna Long Winifred McCauley Winfred IVIarciiin Jeannette Markham Anzonetta Marshbnrn Barbara Meals Donna Schopke .Marjorie Moser Rilda Mount?. Betty Ja ne Nollman Annie Parlin Mildiv.l rar liaH Willaril Pearce Marion Pou Alice Peterson James Prickett . • - i- ' - i. " - li ir Louise Wheeler Linnie Rosenliloom Man Hampton Smith Clara Stevens Margaret Piirihim Peggy Ropp Sidney Sneller Evelyn Stevens David Readdick Edwina Rowand Virginia Ruth Solomon LaDeaiix Sutton Molly Register Richard Wolford Laurie Speer Helen Tliompson Kennth Robertson Dorothy Scholl Richard Spivey Mira Toole J ' . 11 Arthur j lilcli( Walter Sanilahl Eililli Webster Mrs. Wilhelmirui Wilson Irma Zel)end m VICTOR CANI IN » PRE EMILY JAME » v. PRE VIRGINIA RIGGING o EC. CLAPC BIDDLC • TREATT MACGAPET YOUNG oy ENATE •♦ n Donald Charles Adams B.s. Bartow, Florida ' agabonds. Master of Cere- monies ' 38- " 40. Pres. ' 41; Static Chib ' 40- ' 41: Choral Readers ' 38- ' 40; Alpha Psi Omega ' 39- ' 41. Pres. ' 40, Secy. ' 41: Pi Kappa " ST- ' SS; Mpha Sigma ' 38- ' 41: Who ' s Who in . " American Colleges and Uni- versities ' 41; Expression Recital ' 41. Violet Eileen Aldridge B.S. Jacksonville. Florida Y.W.C.A. ' 38- ' 41, Vice-Pres. ' 39- " 40; Torchbearers ' 38- ' 39; Inde- pendent Women ' 38- ' 41. Pres. ' 39- " 40: Debate Council ' 38- ' 39; W.H.G.A. ' 40- ' 41, Pres. " 40: Intra- nnral Board Secy. ' 40- ' 41; F.T.A.; Young People ' s Conncil (College Height ' s) ' 39- ' 41. Vice-Pres. " 40- ' 41; College Height ' s Choir ' 38- ' 39; Speedball Manager ' 40; Kappa Delta Pi ' 41. Clare George Biddle B.S. Bunnell, Florida Alpha Sigma ' 38- ' 41; Intramural Board ' 4fl- ' 41 ; Varsity Basketball " 39- ' 41 : Treasurer Senior Class; Most .Athletic Freshman ' 38. Theodora Blackwelder B.S. Tampa, Florida Transfer East Carolina Teach- ers College, Greenville, N.C.; Y.W.C.A. ' 33- ' 40; Spanish Club ' 39- ' 40; F.T.A. ' 39- ' 40; Pan-American Club ' .39- ' 40; Paintadours ' 41; Alpha Chi Omega ' 38- ' 41. Bob Blackburn A.B. Orlando, Florida Alpha Sigma ' 38- ' 41, Secy. ' 40J - Pres. ' 41; Men ' s Executive Conn cil, Pres. ' 40: Senate ■39. ' 41. Jim ior Class Representative: Gamma! Sigma Chi ■38- ' 41. Secy. ' 39. Presj " 40, Secy. " 41: Varsity Debate Team ' 39- ' 41 ; Tan Kappa Alpha ' •40- ' 41. Pres. ' 41; Most Popular! ' 40: Who ' s Who in American Co leges and Universities: Men ' s Intramural Debates ' 38- " 41 ; Vi Pres. Sophomore Class ' 39; Men ' s ' Interfraternity Council, Pres. ' 41 Florence Lee Brinklow B.S. West Palm Beach. Florida Songsters ' 37- ' 38: Torchbearers ' 37- " 38; Most Versatile Freshman ' 37: Intramurals ' 37- ' 38: Manager of .Archery ' 39; Home Economics Club " 37- ' 41; Mixed Chorus ' 37- ' 39: Southern Singers ' 39- ' 41 : Static Club ' 40- ' 41: Alpha Chi Omega ' 38- ' 41; Interlachen Staff; Pan Hellenic Council ' 38- ' 41; Alpha Psi Omega ' 41 ; Vagabonds ' 41. Dorothy Jean Brooks B.S. Bowling Green. Florida Y.W.C.A. ' 37- " 38: Kappa Gamma Tau ' 37- " 41. .Sergeant-at-arms ' 41; Pan Hillenic, Treas. ' 41. Martha Elizabeth Brooks B.S. Clermont, Florida Torchbearers ' 37- ' 39: Home Er.. nomics Club ' 37- ' 41: Y.W.C. , ■37- ' 41; Songsters ' 37- ' 38; Incl. pendent Women ' 37- ' 41: Ivor Palette ■.38- ' 39: Paintadours " .H " ' 40; Kappa Omicron Phi ' .39- ' ll. Vice-Pres. ' 40, Secv. ' 41; F.T. . ' 40. %♦•♦«♦ " ■ " ■- " " • ■ " ' - )oROTHV Kathleen Brown B.S. Lake Worth. Florida heta Chi Beta ■39- ' 40: Band ' 39- " 41: Math Assi-.tant " 40. Doris Brown Fini.ev B.S. Miami, Fhirida Delta Zela Sorority ■37- " 41 ; Cur- responding Secy. ' 38. Treas. ' 40; Ivory Palette " 37- " 38: Home Eco- nomics Club ■37- ' 38; Y.W.C.A. " 40: Wesley Foundation Organi- zation : Transfer to University of Miami ' 39. Betty Burford A.B. Sola, Cuha Theta Chi Beta ■37- ' 40: Band ' 37- ' 40: Cosmos Chih ■38- " 40: Spanish Club ' 40- ' 41: Los Picaros ' 39- ' 41: Y.W.C.A. ■37- ' 38: Pan-American Club ' 40- ' 4L GiD P. RRISH CaME1!ON B.S. Ocala, Florida Transfer from S.T.C.. Troy. Ala.: Interlachen Staff ' 40; " Night of January 16th " , " 38: Independent Men ' 38-4L Joyce Cook B.S.E. Chattahoochee, Florida pha Chi Omega ' 36- ' 41; Y.W.- A. ' 36- ' 38: Intramural Sports. Pearl Anna Chiles B.S. Plant City, Florida Vagabonds, ' 37; Y.W.C.A. ' 35- ' 37, Barbara Read Cauthorn B.S. Daytona, Florida Torchbearers ' 36- ' 37: Vagabonds ■40- " 41. Secy. ' 11; Phi Society ' 39- " 41; Who ' s Who in American Col- leges and LIniversities ' 41: Paint- adours ' 39- ' 41; Static Club, Vice- Pres. ' 41: Alpha Chi Omega ' 38- " 41. Helen Louise CHAP L B.S. ■Sanford, Florida Theta Chi Beta ' 39- ' 41. Treas. ' 40- " 41; Band " 37- " 40; Spanish Club ' 37- ' 39. Vice-Pres. ■38- ' 39; Torch- bearers ' 37- ' 38; Y.W.C.A. ' 37- ' 40; Pi Gamma Mu ' 39- ' 41, Secy. ' 40- ' 41; Kappa Delta Pi ' 39- " 41, Secy. ' 40- ' 41: Pres. Allan Spivey Hall ' 40- ' 41; -Softball Manager ' 39; Math. Assistant ' 39- ' 41. Mary Elizabeth Curtis A.B. Lakfland. Florida Transfer from L ' Diversity of Rochester, Rochester, N. Y.: Alpha Chi Omega ' 40- ' 41 : Southern Singers ' 40- " 41: Vagabonds ' 40- ' 41 ; " Pina- fore, " " Margin for Error, " " Pirates of Penzance " : Col- lege Heights Choir. Soloist ' 40- " 41; Radio •40- " 41. Thomas Jesse Durrance A.B. Brighton, Florida Lambda Chi Alpha ■38- ' 41: Vice- Pres. ' 41: Spanish Chib ■39- ' 41 : Closmos Chib ' 40- ' 41 : Men ' s Ex- ecutive Council ' 40- ' 41. Pres.; Tau Kappa Alpha ' 40- " 41. Vice- Pres. ' 41: Senate ' 40- ' 41 : Varsity Debate .Squad ' 39- " 41. Manager Debate Council " 40- " 41 : Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities ' 40- " 41 : Interlachen Associate Editor ' 40- ' 41 : Champi- on Oratory " 41; Callahan .Service Plaque. Lambda Chi Alpha ' 41. Florida Dewar B.S. Everglades City. Florida Band " 37- " 38; Y.W.C.A. ' 37- ' 41; Home Economics Club ' 37- ' 39; Independent Women ' 37- ' 41: Torchbearers ' 38- " 39; Sigma Tau Alpha ' 40- ' 41; Chemistry Lab As- sistant ' 39- " 41; Senate ' 40- ' 4L Jennie Lou Dewar B.S. Everglades City, Florida Band ' 37- ' 39: Home Economics Club ' 37- " 41 : Kappa Omicron Ph ' 39- ' 41; Secy. ' 40, Pres. ' 41; Y.W. C.A. ' 37- ' 41, Council ' 41; Kappt Delta Pi ' 40- ' 41, Treas. ' 41 ; Southern Staff " 39- " 41; Painta dours ■39- " 40. Treas. ' 40; Inde pendent Women ' 37- ' 41 ; Corres ponding .Secy. " 41 ; Torchbearers " 37- " 39: Pledge. Phi Epsilon Nu " 40; Pi Gamma , lu " 41. Helen Ferrin Davison B..S. Fort Myers, Florida Kappa Gamma Tau ' 38- ' 41, Treas. ' 39- ' 40, Intramural Representative ' 41; Band " .38- " 41; Y.W.C.A. ' 38- ' 39; lloine Economics Club ' 38- " 40: Orchestra ' 38; Songsters " 38; Intramural Board Key " .38- " 41 ; Intercollegiate Basket- ball •.38- " 4I; Drill Squad ' 38- " 11: W.H.G.A. Council, Pres. ' II; Annual Staff ' 39- ' 41 ; Bad- udnton Manager ' 39: Archery Manager ' 41: Independent Archery Champion ' 39- ' 41 ; In- dependent S h u f f I e b o a r d Champion " 40- ' 41. Robert Edwin Fisher A.B. Lakeland, Florida Cosmos Club ' 37, Treas. ' 39- ' 41, Delegate regional conference ' 39; Spanish Club ' 37- ' 39; Chi Rh.. ' 37- " 41, Pres. ' 40- ' 41; Intramural Board ' 38- ' 39; Tennis Manager ' 39: Senate ' 38- ' 40. Treas. ' 39; Southern Staff ' 39-41. Managing Editor ' I0- ' 41 ; Interlachen Staff ' 40- ' 41; I ' hi Epsilon Nu ' 39- ' 41. Pres. ' 40- ' 41 ; Men ' s Executive Coimcil ' 40- " 41; Interfraternity Council ' 40- ' 41; Pan-American League ' 39- ' 41, Pres. ' 40: Debate Council •39- ' 40; Pi Gamma Mu ' 41. Dixie Gist Gentry S.s. Barlow, Florida Chi Omega Sorority. Transfer from F.S.C.W. Floy S. Hyde (Mrs.) A.B. Lakeland. Florida Phi .Society; Pi Gamma Mu; Who ' s Who in .American Colleges and Universities ' 40- " 41. rs ; ;?: ! !:j»-SSV - ■ " - ' M.- ' ■.♦■■.♦ .♦-♦ ' •v?- Hazel Henscuk.n Marden B.S. Oakland. Florida Transfer from Maryville College. Independent Women. Denny Roberts Hendry A.B. Paliokee. Florida Alplia .Sigma and Pi Kappa ' 37- ' 41, Chaplain ■40- ' 41: .Senate " 38: Band ' 37- " 38; Gamma Sigma Chi ' 38- ' 41 : Senior .Manager of Intra- murals ' 41 ; Glee Club ' 37- ' .39. Elizabeth Rue Helmbold (Mrs.) .- .B. Philadelphia, Penn. Transfer from Pennsylvania Col- lege and Boston I ' niversity. Bos- ton, Mass. . lso work done in Florence and Rome. Italy; Inde- pendents " 41 : Y.W.C.. . " 41 : Paintadonrs ' 41. Frances H.ardee B.S. Fernandina, Florida Zeta Zeta Zeta ' 40- ' 41, Pres. ' 40; Pan Hellenic Council " 40; Paintadonrs ' 41 : College Post Office ' 39- ' 41; Pres.. Joseph- Reynolds Hall " 40; Torchbear- ers " 39- " 40. Secy. ' 40. Carol Haruee B.S. Fernandina, Florida )elta Zeta ' 38-41. Corresponding ecy. ' 41: Y.W.CA. " 38; Pan Hel- enic Council ' 40- ' 41 ; Paintadonrs m- ' i ; Ivory Palette Club ' 39; intramural Sports ' 38- ' 41: F.T.A. ' 41. Ida Estelle Holze B.S. Gainesville, Florida Transfer from Winthop College Rockhill. S. C. Cll ARISES ISOM B.S. Plant City. Florida Southern Singers, ' 39- ' 4fl- ' 41: Phi Society, ' 40- ' 41. B.S. Daytona Beach, Florida Beta Mu ' 38, Treas. ' 38; Alpha Sigma ' 38- ' 41. Vice-Pres. 41; Treas. Freshman class ' 38; Senate ' 39- ' 41; Business Manager Interlachen ' 40: Men ' s Executive Council ' 41 ; Varsity Debate Team ' 39- ' 41: Tau Kappa Alpha ' 40- ' 41; Most Representative Fresh- man ' 38; Who ' s Who in Ameri- can Colleges and Universities ' 41 ; Men ' s Intramural Debates ' 38- ' 41; President of the Stu- dent Body ' 41, Honor Walk Choice ' 41. ♦ ' ■ ■■ :■ Emily Rachel James B.S. Jacksonville, Florida Zeta Zela Zeta ' 39- ' 41, Vice- Pres. ' 39, Pres. ' 41; Southern Singers " 39- ' 41; Treas. ' 41; Pan Hellenic Council, Secy. " 41; Vice-Pres. Senior Class ' 41 : College Heights Choir " 38- ' 41. Sam Luce B.S. Daytona Beacli, Floriila Varsity Basketball ' 40- ' 41 ; Recre- ation Chairman " 41; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Univer- sities " 41; Varsity " " S " Chib " 40- ' 41: Pres. Physical Education Cluh " 41; Intramural Athletics ' 39- ' 41; Senate " 41. Floyd Lay A.B. Lakeland, Florida Alpha Sigma ' 38- ' 41; Men ' s Ex- ecutive Council " 40- " 41; Senate ■40- ' 41. Vice-Pres. ' 41; Varsity Basketball " 38- " 41, Captain ' 41; Varsity " S " Club " 40- ' 41. Pres. ' 41 ; Who ' s Who in American Col- leges and Universities. ' 40- " 41; Bluebook of American Colleges and LIniversities. " 40- ' 41; Intra- mural Debating ' 41; Intramural Key " 40; A.A.U. " All-American " Basketball Squad ' 39. Eugene Lansford A.B. Lakeland. Florida Band " 38- ' 41. Marita McEwen B.S. Wauchula, Florida Delta Zeta ' 39- ' 41, Correspond- ing .Secy. ' 39; Y.W.C.A. ' ,37- ' .38: .Southern Singers ' 37- ' 38; Pi Gamma Mu ' 41. Mary McDairmant B.S. Lakeland, Florida Torchbearers ' 37- ' 39; Pi Gamma Mu ' 39- ' 41; Phi Society ' 39- ' 41. Nancy Lee Moody B.S. Plant City. Florida Delia Zeta ' 38- ' 41; Vice-Pres. and Pres. ' 40. Senator ' 39- ' 41, Secy. ' 41: Torchbearers ■38- ' 39. Pres. ' 39; Varsity Basketball ' 38- ' 40; Phi Society ' 40- " 41 : Kappa Delta Pi " 41; Women ' s Student Govern- ment Association ' 39, Vice-Pres. ' 40; Interlachen Staff ' 39- ' 41, As- sistant Sports Editor ' 39, Sports Editor (Women! ■40- ' 41 : Y.W.- C.A. cabinet ' 39- ' 41 ; Who ' s Who in .American Colleges and L ' niver- sities. Betty Morqus B.S. Arcadia, Florida Independent Women ' 40- " 4 I : Alpha Chi pledge ' 38- ' 39; " Mi " Southern " " 41; Y.W.C.A. ' 37- ' 41 : Static Club ' 39- ' 41, Secy. ' 3 ' ); Songsters ' 37- ' 38: Mixed Choni- ■37- " 39: Southern Singers ' 39- " ll : Painladours ' 40- ' 41 : Ivory Palelir Club " 37- ' 39: Home Economir- Club " 37- ' 41: W.S.G.A, ' 41, Vicr Pres. ' 41; Treas. Junior Class " -I0: Torchbearers ' 39. ♦ ♦ « » „ . Melvin Otterson B.S. " Manchester, New Hampshire Transfer from Plymouth Teachers College. Plymouth, N. H. " Pirates of Penzance " ' 41 : Lambda Chi Alpha " 41. Agnes Oveuholts B.S. Lake City, Florida Home Economics Club ' 38-Ml; Theta Chi Beta ■39- " 41 : Intra- mural Board ' 41; Pan Hellenic Council " 40: Spanish Club " 39: Y.W.C.A. ' 38- " 39: Volleyball Manager " 41. Pkiscilla Prine B.S. Plant City, Florida Spanish Club ■38- " 41; Secy. " 41: Vagabonds " 39- " 41 : Y.W.C.A. " 38- " 39; Static Club ■40- " 41 : Pan- American " 39- " 41. Emily Louise Peeler B.S. New Orleans, La. Home Economics Club " 39- ' 41 ; F.T.A. ' 41; Independent Wo- men ' 39- ' 41. Vice- Pre s. ' 40, Pres. 41; Interlachen Staff ■39- ' 40. Mary Elizabeth Parrish B.S. Bradenton, Florida Home Economics Club ' 38-39: Music Club " 38- ' 40; Spanish Club 38- " 40; Secy of Methodist Coun- ;il " 40; Glee Chdj " 40: Business jEdilor of Annual " 40: May Day Jourt; Freshman Play " 38; Trans- er frcim Blue Mountain College, Blue Mountain, Miss.: Delta Zeta, Pres. of Pledges and .Members " 41. Victor Lee Rankin A.B. Alliance, Ohio Lambda Chi Alpha ■38- " 41, Pres. " 41; President of Freshman Class " 38; Men " s Glee Club " 38- ' 39: Mixed Chorus " 38- " 39: Southern Singers " 40- " 41. Pres. " 40; Gamma Sigma Chi ' 38- ' 41, Chaplain ' 39- ' 41; Most Versatile Freshman " 38; Most Versatile ' 40; Choral Readers ' 38; Vagabonds ' 41; Pres. of Senior Class ' 41 ; College Heights Choir ' 38- ' 41; President State Methodist Student Move- ment " 41 ; Wlio " s Who in Ameri- can Colleges and Universities ' 40- ' 41. Lella Katherine Rile B.S. Lakeland, Florida Torchbearers ' 38: Women ' s Intra- mural Board " 38- ' 40, Secy. ' 39- ' 40; Special Events Manager ' 40- ' 41; F.T.A. " 39- ' 40; Campus Capers Committee " 39- " 40; Drill Corps ' 38- " 41; Kappa Delta Pi. Pres. ' 40- ' 41; Sigma Tau Alpha " 40- " 41 ; Independent Women; " Pirates of Penzance " " 41. George Will. rd Rich B.S. Lakeland, Florida Varsity Basketball ' 39- ' 40; Tennis Manager ' 40; Inter- lachen Staff ' 40; Varsity " S " Club ' 41. « t IKGI.MA CONKAD RiCCINS B.S, Lakeland. Florida Kappa Gamma Tau ' 37- ' 41. Pan Hellenic Representative ' H: Secy, of Senior Class " 40- ' 11; Feature Editor Inter- lachen ' 38- " 41 ; Assistant Art Editor Interlachen ' 37- ' 38: Painta.loiirs ' 37- " 39, Pres. ' 37- ' 38: F.T.A. ' 41; Pi t;amma Mil ' 41; Sigma Tau Alpha " 41 ; ice-Pres. Town Students ' 40- ' 41 ; " Crime at Bliissoms ' " " 39. Marion Surrency A.B. Gainesville, Florida Delta Zeta ■38- ' 41, Vice-Pres. ' 39, Pres. " 40- " 41: Y.W.C.A. ' 37- ' 41. Pres. ■38- ' 39; Interlachen Staff ' 39- ' 40; W.S.G.A. Council ' 38- " 40; Pan Hellenic ' 40- ' 41. Pres. ' 40; Senate " 38- ' 39: Torchbearers ' 37- " 38; Pi Gamma Mu " 39- " 41. Pres. " 41; Phi Society " 40- " 41; President of Florida .Methodist Student Conference " 40; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Ihiiver- sities ' 39- ' 41; Blue Ridge Gradu- ate School Scholarship ' 38- ' 39. Clara Nell Scott A.B. Arcadia, Florida Alpha Chi Omega ' 38- ' 41 ; Band ' 38- ' 41: Orchestra ' 38- ' 40; Song- sters ' 38; Senate ' 41; W.S.G.A. ' 41; College Heights Choir ' 40; Manager Norwegian Baseball ' 39; Intramural Sports ' 38- ' 41; Varsity Volleyball team ' 41: Y.- W.C.A. ' 38- ' 41: F.T.A. 11. Jane Elizabeth Tyler B.S. Micanopy, Florida Band ' 37- ' 39, Vice-Pres. ' 39; Y.- W.C.A. ' 37- ' 41; Home Economics Club ' 37- ' 41, Pres. ' 40- ' 41; Kappa Omicron Phi ' 40- ' 41, Corres. Secy. ' 41; Intramural Board ' 39- ' 41, Sr. Manager " 41; Interlachen .Staff " 41; Independent Women " 37- " 41: Painladours " 39- " 40; Soft- ball Manager " 40: Varsity Basket- ball ' .38- ' 41. iVIahv Lucile Tra.sk A.B. Highland City, Florida Kappa Gamma Tau ' 38- ' 41, Vice-Pres. ' 40- ' 41, Chaplain ' 39- ' 40; Pi Gamma Mil ' 40; Songsters ' 37- ' 38; .Shuffle- board Manager ' 40; Y.W.C.A. ' 37- ' 38. June Touchton A.B. Winter Haven, Florida Senate, ' 39- ' 40; Secy. Pan Hel- lenic Council ' 38- ' 39; Treas. . ' Sophomore Class ' 38- ' 39; . ' rt Club " 38- " 41. Pres. ' 39- ' 40; Painl- adours ' 40- ' 41 ; Kappa Gamma Tau •38- ' 41; Pres. Junior Class ' 39- ' 40. Robert Alton Tomson B.S. .St. Petersburg. Florida Lambda Chi Alpha ' 40- " 41: Col- lege Heights Choir ' 40; Intra- mural Sports ' 40; " Pirates of Penzance " ' 41; Radio ' 40; South- ern Singers ' 40. Thomas Edward Wilson A.B. .Sanford, Florida Pi Kappa ' 37; . lpha Sigma " oH ■41. Treas. ' 38- ' 41 ; Young People " (College Heights) Council " 37- " 40; Business Manager Soulheni ' 40; Phi Epsilon Nu " 40- ' 41 ; In- dividual .Shuffleboard Champion " 39; Volleyball Manager ' 38; In- tranuirals ' 37- ' 41; Pi Gamma Mu ' 41; F.T.A. " 41. " j - " »-- " ' ■ " " Lou Wilder A.B. St. Petersburg, Florida Y.W.C.A. ' 38- ' 40; Spanish Club ' 40: Pan Hellenic " 39; F.T.A. ' 40: Pan-American Club ' 40: Paint- ' adoiirs ' 41 : Norwegian Baseball Manager " 41 ; Alpha Chi Omega ' 38- ' 41. i oKi ' ()N Felton Whittle B.S. (ireensborii, Fl Independent Men ' 37 Sigma Chi ' 37- ' 41. V ' 41. " lorida - ' 41 : Gamma ce-Pres. ' 39- Annie Maud Norton B.S. Tampa, Flurida Delia Zeta ■38- ' 41: Mixed Chorus ' 38- ' 39: Home Economics ' 38- ' 41. Sam Jones Womack A.B. Dunedin, Florida Men ' s Glee Club ' 37- ' 3B; Vaga- bonds ' 39- ' 41; Gamma .Sigma Chi ' 40- ' 41 : Southern Singers ' 39- ' 40; Cosmos Club ' 40: De- bate Council ' 38- ' 40, Manager •39- ' 40; Phi Epsilon Nu ' 38- ' 39: Pres. Soph. Class ' 38: Intramural Debating ' 38- ' 40; Associate Editor, Estanjon ' 38- ' 39: Staff of The Southern ' 37- ' 41, Headline Editor ' 38, Sports Editor ' 38- ' 39, Associ- ate Editor ' 39- ' 41 : Interlachen Staff ' 38- ' 39, Editor ' 41: Stu- dent Senate ' 38- ' 40, Vice-Pres. ' 39- ' 40: Spanish Club ' 38; Lambda Chi Alpha Pledge ' 37- ' 38; Independent Men ' 39-41; College Heights Choir ' 37- ' 40: Who ' s Who in American Col- leges and Universities. ' 40- ' 41. Margaret Young B.S. Plant City, Florida lota Nu Delia ' 37- ' 38: Indepen- dent Women ' 38- " 41 : Band ' 37- .38: Home Economics Club ' 37- ■38: Y.W.C.A. ' 37- ' 41: Torch- bearers ' 38- ' 39. Secy. ' 38; Chem- istry Lab Assistant ' 39- ' 41 ; .Sen- ale ' 40- ' 41; Sigma Tau Alpha ' 40- ' 41. Barbara Collar B.S. Lantana, Florida Beulaii Anderson B.S. Lakeland, Florida NiTA Lovelace B.S. West Palm Beach. Florida ■ i T f ♦ .ULA Mae Campbell Miriam Elaine Carey Mary Collak Bertha H. Dennis B.S. B.S. B.S. B.S, Hastings, Florida Key West, Florida Lantana. Florida Live Oak, Florida Iary Louise Head Laurie Gates Holt Betty Ruth Jennings Dora Johnson B.S. B.S. B.S. B.S. Frostproof. Florida A iirar. Florida Bradenton. Florida Lake Butler. Florida Mary Elizabeth Johnson B.S. Plant Citv, Florida Clement C. Swh.ley B.S. Tampa, Florkla Rltu Jones B.S. Dawson, Ga. Georlie Lovett B.S. Orlandii. Florida Lillian Walker B.S. Sl Petershiiriz. Florida Imogene Wells B.S. Tarpon Springs, Fli rida Julia McMullen B.S. Okeechobee, Florida GOLDIE PoLHAMUS Doris Porter Hattie Akins Shuman Clare Stokes B.S. B.S. B.S. B.S. Lakiland, Florida St, Petersburg, Floriila Bradenton, Florida St. Petersburg, Florida Dorothy Kirkland Wil(;o ' B.S, Seffner, Florida LiLA WOODARD Bessie Hardin Wynn Lucille Stello Bessie Louise Spencer B.S. B.S. L.T. L.I. Warren, Ohio Homestead, Florida Olsfechuljee. Florida Babson Park, P lorida (Mrs.) Pearl Asiiford Imo Cooper (Mrs.) Vivian White (Mrs.) Rebecca Hendon L.I. L.I. B.S. B.. ' . Euslis, Florida Lake Wales. Florida Boynton, Florida Plant City. Florida - »iT.: .T - arc-Jr.---.-nT:fTjm jJ3 Not Pictured A. B. DEGREES Harriette Marie Peper Winter Haven, Florida Edith Brinson Sarasota, Florida Jean Marie Cosby Sarasota, Florida Grace Ellis Sulphur Springs. Florida Thelma Hart Frostproof, Florida Ida Pearl Isom Tampa. Florida Eula Seidell Jameson Tampa, Florida Evelyn Johnson Tampa, Florida Pauline Johnson Tampa, Florida Opal Mayer Sarasota, Florida Elizabeth Pooser Lake Wales, Florida Leila Woodburn Tampa, Florida B. S. DEGREES Nancy Miller Bradenton, Florida Ethyl Newlon Lake Worth, Florida Frances Overton Plant City. Florida Thelma Parrish Parrisli, Florida Ruth Roach Eiistis. Florida Gladys Phillips Lakeland. Florida Alice Kendall Starr Dunedin. Florida Norma Swanson .Sebring, Florida Catherine Tresca Sarasota. Florida Vivian White Boynton, Florida L. I. CERTIFICATES Edith Atchley Tampa, Florida Bonnie Barden Fort Meade. Florida Pearl Bryan Kissimmee, Florida Edith Hamilton Nocatte, Florida Catherine Hill Mulberry, Florida George Kelsey Lake Plaeid. Florida Mittye Olson Elfers, Florida Nelda Mae Sweat Lithia, Florida " High on n hill a ponrlly Cedar greue. Of wondrous length and streight proportion. That farre abroad her daintie odours ihreue; ' Mongst all the daughters of Proud Libanon. Her match in, beautie was not anie one. " — Spenser V ' V i r mSM ' ...iJsS ' O ' wC ' ' " : 4 •:. ?. i ' !l n { ■.. _ Ml -: " -P ■-ji-rvW.-Tr ' k " ' ■ H ' .rr. -.-. NTT .-.i- .. ' •-■ -.««.i j JMi; r i7 i. V ' ■? " . ' ■ • ■ » " 1: • ' T • " li «T HONOR WALKER ♦ ' ♦■ ' :♦■•. . ' ♦ ' K ' f:f f.f,jKt POPULA Scottie Bozeman Laurie Speer _-. fr. - • ' i-. r i fllton Kindred Violet llldridp K VERSATILE ' -♦.- - REPRESENTATIVE nancy Uloody ■«iMn .r = " uiMH II mil floyd Lay Leila fiice — • « « ■ ir « «■•• yv w ..■». ' ..i.e-y - » •■»• " » " ATHLETIC ♦ ' ♦•: ' . ■: — FROSH POPULAR Lou Cone Jim Christie VERSATILE Alyce Davis Al Hedberc REPRESENTATIVE Lucia Morris Ralph Johnson ATHLETIC EsTELLE Webb John Young SATELLITES « % ( Vi . i ' ♦■ ' • ' MISS SOUTHERN Belly lliorps ' i, ' .»- t " - tV s% .. KoTlfe.-, Rildd Mounts Eleanor Crane %».«««« Jeanne Atcheson Gloria Miller f ■ •♦ ' . ' ♦ t-0:0- . ifiK), 1 " O Love, uhat hours were thine and mine. In lands of palm and Southern pine: In lands oj palm, of orange blossom. Of olive, aloe, maize. and vine. " — Tennyson • ' «r - ! r V • ' « ■■• ♦ •• ■♦ ' . •■ Don ind Mary Ann visit +he riolmcj academy. Men ' s intramural debates : the winners ' Lambda Chi Alpha... A new professor -trainer , Pr Painter arrives , and the Yankees ' methods are brought to Southern classrooms . i) ' S II Big Sister -Little Sist-er picnic . . . construction precedes on the new chape October f .4. Director Wills (at the time.) looks for a cast. . November . . Inter Idchen Staff starts to vork . . and Fall Elections ha«e campus agog mt rallies . - and Margin For Error IS produced . . Campi s Capers celebrates Halloween. US. Flying Cadets start training in Lake- land . . . t% Z the polls, and victorious candidates read the " • returns in the Southern •t ■ ■ ' fi - " . ' - r 1950 . November .... The Childrens Theaire bnnqs J||» " ut new Vagabond prospec+s rT DeH-a Zefas win Women ' s Intramura de bates . . . Caucus among leaders in chapel construct ion . . . Iwo churc imen qet things settled . . Marsshali and Moore. CharloHe EskridqC seieoted or beauhy contat More theatricals not bad , either The Conqress on Democracy . . Miss Margaret " ' l Hickey Spea ;s . . . . first bi( event of Year . . . under supervision of Dean Sowers and Student Senate . . . f 4 ■•- ' -• " j M uk December .... leads off with " You Cant bke 1+ With qu, ' second of tfie Vagabond series . . December St You Cant Take If With ov n a more serious vein . . . . ' January . . . flonda Ministers ' Week and Bishop G. Bromley Oxncim . • vifal speeches.. CI huddle of celebrities Spivey, Bishop Oxnam, Bibhop Moore , and Homer Rodeheaver The visifor trom Bosfon walks to chapd wifh fwo Cases . . . and the " Singers bid farewell fo Sot fhern, Hail fo Jacksohville . ' fhe Dixie Choir Papa " Tolle cores for his flock. . . Or Case. chrvstens the new chapel ;.. j , The Puie Choir Boys hif- fhe high ones . . . captured cops ♦ ' •♦■•.♦ ' •♦ ♦.♦. From the executive mansion : Pairolmeri fcr once are, not " menacinq_buf bysi-anders . . . the Governor goes academic . . . 11 Oemocrafic gooseate . . . ' Like, a m qh-fy army ... " Candid " Field Day " - • Official stride Two qreat women :Mrs. Rocjer Babson and Mr6. Rsher. . . Dedication . Bishop Arthur Moore concludes the week . I take cjreaV honor in be stow - Two pals smile farewell . . . • - ■ ■ " ' . 4 - ' .Vit: -r -i - ' Founders ' Week Morch 3-5, 154. Decoration of the campus proceeds with a tug , a pull, and an artistic touch . . . Florida high school bands and Major ettes strut their stuff. . . Sunshine band concert-, and dignified colleqians sprawl on the qrass . . . ■• • : ' - . " For Whom ihe (Chapel) Bell Tolls " . . R. p. Marshall says -farewell. I, Tom, take thee, Bob, to mj " The annual Motorboat Re( afta on Hollinqswortb ' _, Torever after boldina their peace . " Mot Docis ' , ' a la Alpha 5iqma ' ' ' V " -sharpenina ' 7, exercises a la Lambda Chi Alpha ' Hark! Mark! the Pledaes do " Bark! " ' ' ♦ • • Vt- April , 5warthmore debaters visif the campus as season wanes April . . . Sprina elections have the seniors all excited. . . . . Ronkm dashes to the polls . . in? " A familiar scene come each election . Those little caucuses about the lotest scandal .... i -3 " t ' " " " ' " " S.A.B. is invaded hj polite s A dark-horse candidate hanas jj - around the polls for returns " Raaaed but Ricjht " the dash beqins ■ ' Well, 1 heard that they were ooinq to trjj to pull some dirh work.; l|7 The beauty section votes am One wet Independent Afternoon sun. . i • -» v a f ' . " Aw, what the hecL ve wanna studij . leave us alone " The place is all awave with trees. Limes, nivrtles. purple-beaded Acacias having drunk the lees Of the night-dew, faint headed And wan. grey olive-woods which seem The fittest foliage for a dream. " — Eliz. Browning .,. y ■ - ' ' -■=!! ' !i -- »»•«♦«• T t: » " ' -y t-T f " •♦•• ■: - THE SENATE Representing social and class organizations and community student groups, this tribunal is instrumental in promoting harmonious relations between administration and student body. The senate also sponsors college events, assists in the planning of special celebrations such as the Youth Parley and Foundei ' s Week, and supervises all campus elections. !I!» " . ' . ' B« " " ' ' " ' .w ' SffiMHH HKT jii«,i i(ijUi iii« f ' ■• LAY Vice-President MOODY Secretary KINDRED Treasurer DURRANCE Sergeaiit-(it-Anns v ' . - v?-;tvt Enjoying an u.nusually quiet year, the 1941 tribunal opened with a Student Progressive party coalition holding a substantial majority. While party leaders achieved conmiendably harmonious relationships under the leadership of a popular student body president, spring elections saw senate control swing to the new " S " party as three new seats were filled. RANDY JONES Presi(jen I Scott BOZEMAN McQuAccE Register DeWAI! Luce Bruner Smith Young Christie Russell Thompson -I -7 ' » ■: W omen s Otudent Cjovernment association HELEN DAVISON President MlJKyl ' S SlIRHKNtY Aldridce Cason Thompson Smith Zebendon Morgan Old Robinson Hawkins Scott »»•«♦«• ,.v .t, - «vf vt- A |en s txecutive ( ounci T. J. DURRANCE President BOZEMAN Jones McQnACGE Luce Roou Rankin Brunei! Blackburn HlEBERLlNG Fisher f ' ■ • - t- :0. IRMA ZEBENDON Presiilfnt OLing Women s t hrislian ssociation Aldriclge Brooks Dewar Helmboltl Moody .Morqiif Scott Surrencv Tyler Young Cargile Cason Corbitt Ciinninghan Edwards Fields Eraser Gordon Hawkins Marshburn Nollman Scboll Soloman Speer Webster Wheeler Ashwill Bowen Coleman Carl Wright Doiid Earnshaw Hatcher Harvey Harrington Tavlor ' Jinks Jones Lyons Lord Martin McMollcn Old Sage Spencer Smith Walton Whidden .r .v - tvt- v Big - Sister — Little - Sister parties, Hindu Temple ceremonies, Christ- mas parties for under-privileged children, Yule-tide Teas, fireside chats, religious retreats: Total — a live-wire organization. EnNA Long Vice-President Jo BeRTA BlLLOCK Secretary MiLDKED SCRRENCV Treasurer Anderson Baum Beck Caulk Chapman Clegs Coe Cone Cornette Cowart Crane Dale Daly Dilly Ditty Ellis Eskridge Gibson Herman Herrin lliirton Hnwlelt 1 1 11 liter Jeffries Kaiiffrnan Koestline Londenberg Lovett Morgan Miller I- ritzgerald Saichel Seagraves Simmons Sims Snowden Stiibbs Townsend Trover Webb W olfenden iiodward ♦ ••♦■.♦ ' Pi Gamma Mu RaV . SoWEKb FaciillY ColiiMM, TOLLE Administration MARION SURRENCY Prcsidcn I HELEN CHAPMAN Secretary A national lionorary social science fraternity, Pi Gamma Mu recognizes scholastic and campus achievement in its field. Distinguished speakers are its fretpient guests. Carter Dpwar Hawkins Hyde MrDairnianI Fish. MiKw, Peterson Rankin Trask Ztlirnilcm • •• « ( osmos (wlub .r .t- - ?vt ' -- ZKBEiNDOiN l ' lL.-,uUnt. Meals Vice-President BrunN ' ER Secretary Participation in state International Relations clubs conference . . . King and Zebendon named state officers . . . meetings at tbe bome of Dr. F. K. Hardy, chapter sponsor . . . discussions on travel and world affairs. Cliisolm Clapp Coleman Durrance Hawkins King ' n - m m % • ' - ■ » %-iif-lB «,- ' -« M ' McGuire Kindred Peterjcm Readdiek Surrency Wheeler Womack ' • •■ - •■ K ' f:Kf: lau iNappa lpl ipna Sponsor of oratorical contests . . . recognition lor outstanding debaters . . . this national honorary forensic fraternity has i ts pledges amuse a campus with soapbox orations and inane debates, while garbed in formal evening clothes. BOB BLACKBURN President Durrance Jones Jones .Simmons Coe Fike Callahan Sowers Jones Tolle Jackson De.Melt Brown « « Blackburn Barnum Prok. ClIA?. Bruw.n Adviser Jones Heberlinc DeLte C OLinci A new higli in debate activity, with FSC teams engaging Northwestern, Swarthmore, Maryland, Florida, University of Cincin- nati; U. of Dayton, (0.); Wheaton (111.) college; Erskine (S. C.) college; on home territory. A road jaunt to meet Chatta- nooga; Alabama; F. S. C. W.; Emory; G. S. T. C; Emory Jimior College and Auburn, made the current yeai ' a standout. Jones Simmons •♦. -♦. Thera Dunham Barbara Catthorn Mahv Hkinzmann Jo Berta Bullock Prfsiden I y ire-President Secrelnry-Treasiirer Reporter This lailio organization, working in co- operation with Lakeland ' s WLAK, is well known for its tri-weekly broadcasts, with " Readings at Random, " dramatizations, instrumental and vocal radio concerts. A " ham act " and " group stunt " admit those who participate in ten programs and receive approval of the veterans. I Jtatic v iub Dandd llfclbert; llfigeboum Morris llendrv Davis Simmons Smith Kiiulred H» iiizniann Marklian Jones Baum King Toole Adams Brinklow Morqiis Prine Olterson THE CHORAL READERS Marguerite Wills Callahan, Director , ' ♦ ■ ■ ■•. •♦•♦ a J -»• »t- ' ' , ' .t. 1 ' ■ J -T ' W •. ' 9 Malkine Jones President Don Adams Secretary-Treasurer lpha I si LJ iTieqa Bainiin Brinkl,, Daiiit-l Hardee lleinzmann Ranki Tntiie Members of this national lioiiorary dramatics fraternity have been recog- nized for outstanding performances in Vagabond productions. Among those receiving this highest campus dramatics award in 1941 were three faculty members, Prof, and Mrs. J. G. Ogden, Jr., and Hamilton Jones. Ogden Ogde Donald Adams President f . 3 , he Vagabonds Hardest working unit on the campus, the Vagabonds turn out five hits each season. Tops in 1941 was ' Tamilv Portrait. " Others were " Margin for Error, " " You Can ' t Take It With You, " " Pirates of Pen- zance, " and " Merchant of Venice. " Cousins Caiilhorn King Belirens Heinzmariii Barnnm Bauni Beal Bullock Cason Scholl Cochran Cooper Crum Curtis Kindred Daniel Dunham Doud Guerra Hooks Hutson Hardee Jones Jones Kicklighler Moser McMullen Peterson Prine Rankin Robertson Sneller Stevens Toole Townsend Womack Wrede Dando Davis Hogeboom Reed ■ " • ' •■■•♦■•. ■ ' •♦■ •♦ ♦. k he southern b mgers - JUIIN A. M. Tli AKT Director HELEN MARSHALL Accompanist Interpreters of music by Bach, Palestrina. Beethoven, Zingarelli, and otlier masters, this choral unit appeared in concerts through- out the state. Making two big trips, one to Miami and one to Jacksonville, the chorus featured Mary Curtis and Victor Rankin in solo roles, with John Morgan at the organ. Plans for an exclusively a capella unit in 1942 are pending. l JLB n t ' tV f i -744-t 1 1 i « « i . ■ ♦■ •vt ' -itv ' . HAIL! .! -1. .-i. - ... ' . " K ' f. ' Kf. ' K I he ILitlle Symphony HOWARD J. BARNUM Director Growing in size and prestige, the Symphony appeared in several Florida concerts during the 1941 season. An invaluable asset to Vagabond plays, the orchestra has Mrs. Helen W. Barnum as its accompanist. »♦ ••♦♦ ■ ' «i «T «• V " ' ' " ' ■ Pliinnry Woodward f Hold De.Melt Nickels Hardee Padgett Aldridge Walkup Rifiiiins Si li Ella Cason Presiden t Mary Frances Kkith Secretary Irma Zebendo.n Vice-President Altom Kindred Treasurer FUTURE TEACHERS :; Atcheson Spencer Robertson Ellis Miller W hidden Peeler Bullock Wilson McCauley Koukema Sage Sneller -McEwen O ' Cain Laura Leenhouts Sponsor OF AMERICA Bai-lli Clark Stevens Meals Martin ' zry Woods Smith Dugger Harvey Fletcher Lord Fraser Londenberg Long Sanders Q X. Fnren Readdick Hawkins Braddock Herrin Helen Woodward President m f-v f E H ' i ' n - WT f y 9 WmL - i -r SrRRENCY J ' ict ' -Prcsiiicnl 1 he 1 ore h bearers Woi.n: ii(iN Secretary Earnshaw Beck (lliapman Ellis Fil ;:rlalil lliiril.r krill, Liindfiibrr; Lvcin . icMiill. n Peeler Seagraves Promoting high scholastic ideals is the aim of the Torchbeaiers, honor soci- ety for freshman women. Honor roll members com- prise its membership. ' • : - - W?vtvt G am ma Jiq biqma v_hi P ' € W. S. BozEMAN President Felton Whittle Vice-President Bob Blackburn Secretary Stuart Simmons ....... Treasurer Vesper services in drawing room and Temple Garden each Tuesday and Friday are an institution with this ministerial fraternity. Its members also conduct morning radio devotionals and visit nearby cities and towns on an annual " preaching mission. " ( ( r f g Hendry Whilllr Slanfield Hoyt ll.-.ll.n Joyner Ketchum Luce Meagher Sikes • ;• :•■♦. ; ■ wn How RU DiBosE Presideiii Nash Cochran Vice-President Howard Hardee Secretary Adelaide Gierra Treasurer Dr. Vernon Gentry Adviser bigma I au lpha Pre-nied students find closer associa- tion and stinnilation in this organi- zation, founded in 1937. Lectures by specialists and hospital visits are part of its yearly program. " »1 T «r ,-0m 1 Baum Ccinine Doiid Dewar V " S Gillette Hardee Hogebonm MciMiiUen Rice Roberts Rood Scruggs Spence Wilson Wolford Young it,v -;;t - vt fvappa kJ micron ?k Jennie Lou Dewar President Betty Ann Clapp Vice-Presiden t Elizabeth Tyi.ek Cor. Secretary Progressive home economists under the sponsorship of Miss Helen Everett, national officer, make this FSC chapter of the national professional fraternity a campus standout. Frost Myers Peeler Zebendon HOME ECONOMICS CLUB This organization of home economics students has interests in the state Student Home Economics association as well as in local club events. Among its animal services to co-eds is a clothing clinic, with advice on how to suit clothes to personality being given consultants. Miss Carolyn Garvin is faculty sponsor of the club, while one of its own members, Faye Gordon, is first vice-president of the state association. • WTr Brinklow Brooks Cliisolm Clegg Coleman Collister Corbitt Crane Dewar, J. Fields Frost Gregory Hamilton Harrington Herman Horton Hunter Koestline Martin Morqus Mounts Nollman Norton Overholts Peeler Phinney Peterson Purdum Redd Ropp Simmons Smiley Solomon Spence Spencer Thompson Townsend Tyre Walkup Webster Wilkes Wilkerson -i - i " :. A ' S r: :Kf.t; Los 1 icaros [Je C er ' antes 4. GUERRA Preside!) I Garcia ( ire-President Prine Secretary-Treasurer The aim of this organization is to liring its inenil)eis into closer contact with the people of Latin America. One of the requirements for mem- bership is a B average in two years of college Spanish. McCauley Townsend Ftirshay Higgs McDnwell ( ' liapnian Campl)ell Howlelt Fraser (ioiildrey Braddock Hiirfurd ♦ •♦■♦■♦, , , t. ,-, .. ;• 1 . «i - _-_: " ' " ' - - -u- tl Lirciilo CspanoL Smith Forshav Jenkins (iliapman Parlin Ellii Campbell Massey Townsend Frase Neblett Representatives from this local Spanish club attended the meeting of the Spanish Institute of Florida held at Rollins College. The group is interested in encouraging the study and Itelter understanding of Spanish life and customs. Adki.aidi; GiKiun Lino Garcia Betty Burford Dr. Wm. C. Zellers President I ice-President Secretary-Treasurer Sponsor THE Editorial Staff Christine Jenkins Sam Womack Mary Smith Stuart Simmons Barbara Meals Edna Long Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Personnel Director News Editor Copy Editor Women ' s Sports Jimmie King Kenneth Robertson Business Staff Reporters Business Manager Circulation Manager Mary Heinzmann. Barbara Cauthorne. Dot Scholl. Helen Yelvington, Barbara Old, Walter Clements, Priscilla Prine. Bruce Meservey, Mary Jane McAllister, Peggy McDowell. .♦,v,v « - _ -4 ij.-.,-- -- ' i SOUTHERN An outlet for aspiring journalists of the campus. The Southern has become an F.S.C. tradition of long standing. Weekly appearances of the " campus rag, " as it is af- fectionately termed jjy its staff, find Saturday afternoon student groups peering over the latest " Snorebush-Blubber- puss " gossip — ; the society functions where names appear in great hordes; " Chit Chat " ; the sports review; editor Jenkins ' concise and timely editorials; and news reviews that bit the front page. Current editions of the Southern enjoy tlie distinction of being 100% student-produced, with weekly productions of the student staff rolling off student-operated presses located on the campus. -fc- A ' ■« . ' .iL THE STAFF Editorial Staff Sam Womack .... Editor Sidney Sneller . Associate T. J. DURRANCE Associate Julia Cousins Art Mary Smith Literary Virginia Ricgins Features WiNFRED MaRCUM Snapshots Barbara Meals Organizations Paul C. Burns . . M inaging Editor Walter Clements Sports Nancy Moody Sports Jo Berta Bullock Secretary Business Staff David Readdick .... Manager Dorothy Hawkins Assistant Richard Smith .... Assistant Charles Hogeboom Assistant Editorial Staff Assistants Edna Long Catherine Dame Alton Kindred Irma Zebendon June Lyons Harriett Taylor LiNLY Curry . Amond Daniel . Sterling Gardner Bruce Meservey Mary Heinzmann Helen Davison . Caroline Massey Florence Brinklow Norman Dando Sports Art Features Organizations Typist Typist Makeup Snapshots Snapshots Snapsiiots Snapshots Snapshots Snapshots Snapshots Snapshots Editor and Secretary THE INTE Smith. Meals and LSians rush copy out daily ■%■■ ti V (I Jt v - t - vt It-. SSk Dr. K. Gibson Weihe faculty Adviser ,»» 1 h 8 From the first splurge of class photograpliv until the final page of copy had gone winging its way [o ihe printer, the 1941 Interlachen staff grew witli its product, had its ups and downs, learned a lot. and in iieneral. had a areat time. The Business Managers RLACHEN The Art kdilor in a Typical Pose Snapshol Editor Marcum Likes ' em Bis and Clear Dame W orks out the Theme Aided by Riggins f - ■ ■• , », ..«. ' ,». Pan=A merican lUcacvue L Alice Petersom . Adelaide Gierra David Forshay President Vice-President Secretary -Treasurer McDowell BURFOBD COULDERV FiSHEB Chisolm Pbine ;, u - j. ' ' j ' i. ' , iiii 4 i- Kappa Uclta t i Professor J. C. Peel Sponsor Cliapman Dewar Moody Rice Kicklighter Miller Register Binns DeMelt Hoffman Leenhoiils Wliitniore Ginn — ' — ■ III •■• ii jBii: F " " rr .. 4 ft ' . 1 . .--i Lella Rice Elizabeth Binns Helen Chapman Jennie Lou Dewar Esther Whitmore President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Historian This national honorary educational frater- nity recognizes s tudents of education who have a " B " average in all their studies. Members of the education department give talks at the monthly meetings. If an=lniGl ' enic C OLinci ' ria ' n ' iiii Laurie Speer President Christine Jenkins Vice-President Emily James Secretary Dorothy Brooks Treasurer Florence Brinklow Aljjlia Clii Omega LiNNiE Rosenbloom Alpha Clii Omega Marian Surrency Delta Zeta Annie Maud Norton ....... Delta Zeta Elizabeth Baum Delta Zeta Lestina Tyre ........ Zeta Zeta Zeta Barbara Old Zeta Zeta Zeta Eloise Sjiith Theta Chi Beta Helen Thompson Theta Chi Beta Winifred McCauley Theta Chi Beta Virci.nia Riggins Kappa Gamma Tau Organized 1931 Colors — Blue and Gold Theta Chi Beta girls are represented in the Southern Singers, choir. Static chih. Vaga- bond productions. Clioral readers, hand, honorary organizations, and in other campus activities. Tlieir members include a vocal soloist, piano and organ soloist, and president of Allan Spivey Hall. Helen Thompson Treasurer and Senator A hwill Barse Brown Chapman Howlett Mac Dowel 1 Overliolts Smith Waller Stiibbs Tlieta Clii Beta Helen Chapman Corresponding Secretary Winifred McCailey Presiden t June Chisolm Vice-President KAPPA . .v ' l - -CX.evv Distinction as the first sorority organized at Florida Sonthern (College gives Kappa Gamma Tau a colorful background. In addition to their social activities and musical interests the Kappa Gams are outstanding in literary achievement with the editorship of the college newspaper and three departmental editors on the year- book. Among its other honois are presidencies of the Woman ' s Student Government Association Council and the Junior class, and when the latest computations were made it received the highest scholastic average among the sororities for [hr past two years — 1938-39 and 1939-40. Christink .Il;NKli S President J«) fi Jft ■-• ' ; ( ,4 . 1,. .s . . Founded 1924 GAMMA TAU S - ' " ' S;? " 4 or " e Llcille Trask Vice-President Barbara Meals Secretary Jeannette Miller Treasurer Mary H. Smith Senator ,, „, i Ui ■«.. -x, ■A. ' L .-- ' - l)3ha C hi CJmega Founded 1929 Beta micron Chapter Atclieson Blackwelder Biinklow Cason Cauthorn Cook Frost Harvey llaliher Hawkins Laurie Speei; President Predominantly active in dianiatics with leads in four of the five Vagabond productions this year. Alpha Chi Omega members are also well represented in Paintadours, Southern Singeis. Choir and sports. Offices held include the presidencies of the Pan-Hellenic Council. Y.- W.C.A., Pan-American League, Cosmos ( lub. FTA and Torchbearers. Mary Louise Earnshaw Treasurer Sue Ella Cason Corresponding Secretary Dorothy Hawkins Secretary Irma Zeben ' don, Vice-President Clara Nell Scott Senator Baker Bowen Cartwriglu Ciii-tis Ropp Campbell Davis Morris F II re II Roseiililodiii CoUister Ellis Hooks Dame Scott Cone Herrin Taylor Fraser Stevens Crane Morton Jinks Sanders Walton Dale Lesher Marsli Reed Yelvinglon Wheeler Daly Londenbiirg Long Monrotus Peterson Wilder • ' •« " - ■-•• , Peggy Ehwmih Secretary Carol Hardee Senator Elizabeth Baum Vice-President Maida Harrington Treasurer Deltc a ZvCta Founded 1902 Colors — Old Rose and V lux Green BETA MU Pinlpy Diinliani Parrisli McEwen Pnii Nl.lln]! • • % i " ' . ' W « ' T ' » ' s ' ' ' F- •» T» - i -i l lAlilU. Si liKtiNCY President Winning the women ' s intianuiral de- bate cup firmly established the jjosition of Delta Zeta in debate circles. It is the only sorority represented in Tan Kappa Alpha and on the varsity debate squad. Its members are active in sports as well as campus organizations. Among its offices are debate manager, president of Pi Gamma Mu and secre- tary of the Senate. " Bauni. M. Coleman Burchfield Cillellp Cheatham Smiley Harvey Siirrency Atkinson Styers Satchell Simmons ' ♦.• . ' ♦.- Anderson Biannen Berkslresser eta i_,eta A eta Eskriil ;e Kaiiffman Jefferis Lord Lyons Townsend Piirdvim Miller Mixon Walker Wolfenden Founded in 1939 Colors — Blue, Rose and Iiory Although it is the youngest sorority at Southern. Tri-Zeta has an established social position on the campus. Its members are active in art, music, and dramatics, with positions held including the art editor of the Interlachen. editoi ' of the Pool, queen of freshman frolics, vocal and piano soloists and the Woman ' s Student Goveiiiment Coiuicil presidcnl for 1941-42. Emily James President — ........M- —i - . fi r Molly Register Senator Lestina Tyre Treasurer Laretha Lord Secrefffrv Ruth Galloway Vice-Presiden I LiLLLAN Spencer Corresponding Secretary Braddock Cousins Edwards Fletcher Gordon Hardee Martin Mounts Old Spencer Styers Troyer .1 . - 1 ii. «. ' » ► •♦ - ndepenaGnt W omen A large group of versatile independent members are outstand- ing in sports and leaders in home economic groups. Represented in Southern Singers and Paintadours they hold such offices as presidencies of Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Omicron Phi, Home Economics Club and Paintadours. Prrli-r Dewai. F. Scholl Fields Aklridge Aifiiljiirg Beck Brooks Bullock Chapman Claville C:laik Clapp Conine Cowart Dewar, J. Ditty, L. Ditty. M. Fitzgerald tiansen Hill Heltnbold Koestline I.von Emily Lou Peeler President Dorothy Scholl I ice-President Betty J. Fields Secretary Helen Peeler Treasurer Florida Dewar Senator - - - • ■fv, I ' . ' t ■«.■ Rice Morgan Morqiis Moser Nichols Nollman Price, K. Price, V. Phinney Padgett Redd Ritchey Rowand Russell Roukema Rutledge Sage Snowden Shipley Solomon Spence Strickland Stevens Tyler Townseni: Walkiip Webb Webster Whidden Wilkes Wilt Young , «-. ,i. »■ Bull sessions; pledges and pledge duties; frequent serenades in the couit; special Christmas pageants by Alpha Sigma and Lambda Chi Alpha; " hell weeks " ; keen com- petition in sports, politics and debate. These were the things that marked the 1941 men ' s social year as successful amid an atmos- phere of change. Change in political affilia- tions; change in the status of the independent men, who emerged as an important unit in the total campus program; change in location, as Lambda Chi Alpha moved to a new home; change in Alpha Sigma, whose year was marked by giowth in numbers and prestige; change in Chi Rho, as an almost entirely new group of members replaced the old. And change amid all groups as the national defense program reached long arms into frater- nity and independent ranks, while still others volunteered for army, navy, and air force duty. A year long to be remembered. X ■ ti 4 J •■•t) .» -V- ■ ' « ' . " • ' «i 15 »• V • ' ? ' ■ ' r ' ;•; ■ •■• -i ' l r. i-f ' tN t ' ■ i. . «■ ,! ■« " : -, r? sT « " »T « " " •! •7 «T ♦■♦- .♦ Interrraternity l ounci Bob Blackburn. President II iIki Sigma Jimmy King Lumbdu Chi SCOTTIE BOZEMAN Chi Rho David Readdick Chi Rho Vic Rankin ........ Lambda Chi Bob Prickett Alpha Sigma lpha J igma - :, fife I O f Js h •vCO " ii Zi E Alton KiiNURKD Secretary Bob Blackburn President DuANE Deen Sergeant-at-arms Denny Henuky Chaplain Amonu Daniel Correspunding Secretary Sidney Sneller Vice-President Akchie McQuagce Senator Adams Biddle Hendry Jones Lay Chapman Prickfll Holmes RoberLson Clements, W. Daniel Clements, R. Cochran Caison Cm in Pierce Dugger Hardee Reynolds Denmark ■.4 ' % " • ' «J «s ■ V ■ • ■ ' ■•«■ ■i Founded 1938 Colors — Blue and White According to present plans Alpha Sigma will join a nation- al fraternity next year. Since its founding. Alpha Sigma has been outstanding in intramural sports. Its members are also active in dramatics, debate and the Southern Singers. Campus honors include the Hoiu)r Walk selection, presidencies of stu- dent body, Interfraternity Council, Tau Kappa Alpha and the Vagaiionds, associate edi- torship of the Iiiterlachen. editorship of the Iiiterlachen for 1941-42. and a liigh scho- lastic average among fratei - nities for the first two terms of 1941. Brooks Berkstiesser Burns 01 f0- Cooper Irwin Joiner -m. . r- -- » i J I »,.- Johnson Ketcluim -Maqiiire ( Ci) O (Jihson Tarkinglon t anderslice A. ' . M ikhx A. w Lester : .i - ' Clii Rlio Founded 1937 Colors — Orange and Blue David Rkaddick Bob Fisher t LEMENT Rl SSELL I ' ice-Preaitlent President Senator DoiioTHY Hawkins RicHARii Smith Bob Russell Sponsor House-Manager Secretary Ai.HKRT Fkw SCOTTIE BOZEMAN Corresponding Secrelary Treasurer % Brown Danilci Be-rai ' ilinelli ' j wmm -y M 1 n - n ▲ llimiphrpy llrillierg Few llrii;el)iMiin .1 peter Luce ¥ I ♦ •« ♦ • , ' • ' ; ' ,1 1 ( " I ft -. .v ' ■ ■ - ■!•. -jr» " 1?) ■?- ' ' t Participation in many activities niaiks the Chi Rhos as a versatile group. Their members are found in the Southern Singers, Choir, Static Chib, Vagahonds, on the Southern Staff. It has the highest scholastic average during the years 1939-40 and 1940-1]. Honors for the group include presidents of the freshman and sophomore classes and Ganuua Sigma Chi, king of freshman frol- ics, managing editor of the South- ern, president of journalism fra- ternity and student body president for 1941-42. Meagher Meservey r - vOr ' " ' f ' v m ) Mitchell Senterfit Shupe Sikes Smith Thomas - :0- Founded 1909 EPSILON-XI ZETA ♦ ♦ ♦ « Vie Rankin Presiden t Jimmy King Secretarv John Bryson Alumni Howard Dubose Treasurer Rae Behrens House-Manager Outstanding as debaters, LCA won the men ' s intramural cup, boasted three of tlie five members of the traveling varsity. Several members have had lead and supjjorting roles in 1941 Vagabond plays, while campus offices held in- clude presidency of the Senior class, Men ' s Executive council, Sigma Tan Alpha, Static club, Southern Singers and luisiness managership of the Southern. 4 t ;-;»:- .. ;;♦ • .9 »» -y ■■% o ' » ' Heberlinc President Dyke Secretary -Treasurer Luce Senate Hendry Vice-President NDEPENDENT MEN P r With the best co-operation in evidence since independent men ' s groups have functioned on the Southern campus, two houses of non-fraternity students saw their star rise in 1941 . . . Playing as one team in intramural sports, with a debate team, and a sensational floor show in the annual " Freshman Frolics " the independents attained a new prominence. Culpepper Gardner Hendrix Burke Glisso Neblett NDEPENDENT MEN Rood President Bruner Senate Campbell Vice-President Tucker Secretary-Treasurer Prominent in sports, social and political fields, the two houses supplied such organizations as Vag- abonds. Southern Singers, Static clui). Gamma Sigma Chi, the varsity debate squad and class organ- izations with members and officials, while campuswide offices held were editorship of the Interlachen and associate editorship of the Southern. Forshay Curry Caldwell Weinstein Taylor ■ ' .See ihe gold sinisliine patching. And streaming and streaking across The gray-green oaks. and catching By its soft brown heard. the -Bailey -? m. t: V_ VJ ■■»■ -p ' ■» ' . f» " sN ;H " : f ' . ■»■■ «•; ' ti -,f • tT sT «T »T ? " «T ►! 47 «• «- ♦ • V vr : t S «i ' 4. ' .u.. -— T. , -JM AS ■T B ■4 Mp r y 1 T F r A,J f . ai ' 1 K H mK M wH m - . 1 K F ; H tt ' -v t mB M ' HiH H ' :..k.. H mm: i ' ■■ 4 r ' !5 t — ■ ■ MEN ' S INTRAMURAL ATHLETICS THE BOARD ll i E(Y Roberts Lambda Chi Uenny Hendry Senior Manager Archie McQuagck .... Publicity Manager Clare Biddle Alpha Sig Bill Howard Independent Coach Battle Advisor Clement Russell Chi Rho A repeat year for the Alpha Sigma, as the big Blue romped through the FSC 14-sport Intrauuiral program with flying colors and room to spare. Marked by exhibitions of good sportsmanship thiougiiout, the 1941-42 season was highlighted by intercollegiate basket- ball, as one of the gamest bunch of Moccasins in recent years made a name for itself in Florida " Big Five " circles. In his first full year, Coach Gene Battle ably filled the shoes of his predecessor, with boxing being added to the list of sports available for student athletes. Coach Battle CHEERLEADERS Cooper Baker Murrell Burkstresser Edwards Lkshkr • • % k ' - ?■ ■ X ' i- ' ■ :■■ ' ' rV " -,! ' -VtVf VV TOUCH FOOTBALL For tlie third consecutive year the Alpha Sigma " A ' s " came out on top of Southern ' s pigskin-classics. Also for the third straight year the " A ' s " were undefeated although in the best game of the season the Lambda Chi Alpha team tied them 7-7. With Floyd Lay passing and with the rest of the team snagging, Clare Biddle led the Alps to perma- nent possession of the cup. The Lambs of LCA showed the greatest improvement of the preceding year but all teams were stronger. Floyd Reynolds Manager CHAMPIONS Alpha Sigma A long one completed. Time Out! 7 St VOLLEYBALL SlMMUiNs. Mtinuger Another triumph for Alpha Sigma. With height, experience and skill on their side the Alps finished with a one game margin over the Lambs. Dis- playing the best team spirit but with no individual stars the Bees were the surprise squad of the season. After losing three straight games they came bark in the second round to win four out of five, giving their big brothers permanent possession of the cup. The leadership of " draft-dodger " Wilson helped the A ' s in winning. BAli.NliTT, Chaniijiuii Experience and inter-frat competi- tion won the permanent possession of the horseshoe cup for the Alpha Sigs. lournament competition was keen with Floyd Lay losing in the finals to Robert Barnett. Many newcomers showed up some of the old standbys in this race proving the Southern ' s intramurals are for the entire student jiody. Bob and Floyd gave one of the best shows of the year in the final match when the score of the last game was tied and Barnett won by a double ringer. Russell, Manag HORSESHOES ■ « . ' y ' ■ ' vt « ) ( t . i ! I ' ■■ v • " V! ' -; t- Baunett Lay BeHRENS • WOOTEN SHUFFLEBOARD Clements. Manager For the first time in history the Chi Rho ' s, a scholastic-minded fraternity, won an intramural cup. The season ended with the Lions and the Alps in a deadlock for first place. In the playoff the Lions, greatly improved from last year, fairly took the Alpha Sig team for a sweeping and won their place in the intramurals. Bob Barnett out-shufiled Jack Denmark in the finals to win the individual cu]). Highlight of the tournament was a semi-final nuitch between Barnett and Clare Biddle that lasted an hour and twenty minutes. This " old man ' s game. " as it has been termed by collegians, brought out talent that otherwise one would never guess existed, as youth took to the sport with relish. Football stars, basketeers. track men and boxers, all took their turn on the hardwood for exhibitions of more delicate artistry. TABLE TENNIS Bah.nett. Manager One of FSC ' s most unusual happenings of the year was seen in the Ping-Pong race when the LCA ' B " team beat both the Sigs and Lambs ' A ' teams. They out-pinged every opponent en- countered, winning the cup and causing a big up- set. Floyd Lay won the individual cup by defeat- ing Walter Ropp. Probably the closest and hard- est fought game of the entire tournament was the final game of the match when Ropp was lead- ing L5-10 and Lay won seven straight points to take the cup. The final game to decide the issue of who should take home the team cup found Warren Wooten and Floyd Lay, the individual champ, matching styles. Scoring an upset, Wooten out- played the favored Lay to win for the Lambs in a fast, skillful and exciting game while the lead see-sawed l ack and forth from time to time. Clements B i!nett Cmi Run (!n -Mi ' io s ♦ ' ♦ THE MOCCASINS With a new coach, a new system and the loss of three starting players to face them, the 1941 Moccasin hasketeers approached what appeared to be a somewhat questionable season. How these boys reacted is now history. Led bv Captain Floyd " Elmer " Lay. a team that had color to spare scored upset victories over Miami and Rollins, and threw a big scare into Florida ' s high- y touted Southeastern conference Gators. With Lay and Biddle left from the ' 40 squad. Coach Battle de- veloped a well-knit first string five, with Johnnv Young. Paul Wil- " lams and Julian Burke stepi)ing into the varsitv positions. One other veteran. Luce, played his last game for Southern, and along with Lay and Biddle, will have to be replaced in 1942. This is a job few coaches would relish. Lay ' s control of the team and superb ball liandling ranked him as one of Florida ' s outstanding hardwood artists, while 1941 ' s surprise package was " wildfire " Johnnv Young who showed plen- ty in his first year out. THE RECORD F. S. C. OPPONENTS Jan. 15 ( Home) 48 W. Palm Beach Jr. C. 23 Jan. 18 (Deland) 30 Stetson 43 Jan. 25 (Home) 55 St. Pete Jr. C. 32 Jan. 28 (Home) 31 Rollins 12 (Home) 51 Alumni 14 (Gainesville) 19 U. of F. 44 Jan. 31 ( Home 1 31 U. of F. 47 Feb. 4 ( Home ) 44 U. of Miami 58 Feb. 8 ( Orlando ) 32 Rollins 41 Feb. 13 (W. P. B.) 68 W. Palm Beach Jr. C. 15 Feb. 14 (Miami) 33 U. of Miami 41 Feb. 15 (Miami) 49 U. of Miami 37 Feb. 19 (St. Pete) 45 St. Pete Jr. C. 35 Feb. 21 (Deland) 30 Stetson 45 Totals 566 Totals 487 y L «) i ■■v «•;♦ ' ■ •» T- rt -? ' i ■: ' ■ ■ «i F a v ' ' TIM£ OUT! HUDDLE! VVOOD , AND LAY JEFFRICy = CENT a ♦ ' ♦ BASKETBALL AND FOUL SHOOTING Lay. Champion Kindred Manager Foul Shnoling Bi nui Ns. Manager This year saw the utmost in thrills and sportsman- ship as cheers rang through the Gilbert gym until the final whistle of the last game. The Lambda Chi Al- pha quintet captured the cup after several very close encounters. Their only de- feat of the season was to the scrappy Independent Barbs. Last year ' s champs, the " A ' s " threatened, but were unable to hold a last ciuarter lead. With the fin- est team they have ever put on a court, the Lambs were LAMBDA CHI. Champions involved in both of the most spectacular games of the season. Number one was the Indejiendent victory over the Lambs by a slim margin and the second, the final game between the Lamlis and the Sig " A ' s " . The latter was one of the hardest intiamural games of the year with the Lambs winning by two points. In the foul shooting race Floyd Lay defeated John Young in a playoff by mak- ing 42 out of .SO tosses. « « « « ' ! ■ « . «■» t ' ■ t vf ' " ; : y «• I ,■ ' II) «i t. V -v ■ - ■■ -, I CHAMPIONS TENNIS Campbell Manager 4 " 3«t Lay, Champion In the Ten Pin race Rae Behrens came out as No. 1 with a three- game score of 468. He was fol- lowed by Dando. Irwin and Dugger. In Duck-Pins, Floyd Lay retained his title with a score of 285. The team cups were won by last year ' s champs, GOLF DUBOSE Manager Alpha Sigma Likewise on the court, the Blue of Alpha Sigma swept through its season undefeated, with slight op- position led by Lambda Chi Alpha. With individual champion Floyd Lay leading them, the " A ' s " blasted everything in sight. Others on the squad were Denmark. Dugger. Kindred and Sandahl. Denny Hendry managed the Alp team. Campbell the Alpha Sigs, by a very slim margin in both divisions. FSC linksmen. not entering var- sity competition in 194L also turned to carpet-golf in intra- mural fields with a galaxy of par-busting experts to give the carpet a good dusting off. BOWLING Neblett, Manager DuBosE Neblett Behrens Lay Chapman, Manager Although at the time of dead line for all lopy. the season was only half over, a safe prediction would be that the Alpha Sigma " A ' s " would be champs for their third consecutive vear. With the pitching of Brooks and the backing of such men as Lay. Biddle. Lester and other Sigs. they had (at the time of press) yet to play a dose game. FIRST ROUND STANDINGS Alpha Sigma " A " Alpha Sigma " B " Independents Lambda Chi Chi Rho 4 3 2 SOFTBALL TRACK SOFTBALL CHAMPIONS •■«»5.-« Alpha Sigma As ACTION Wrede, Manager Last on the yearly sports sched- ule. Track was still in the " lime " stage when press time arrived. Manager Wrede and assistant could be seen trundling their little " whitewash " buggy over the athletic field preparing for the 220; 440; high jumping: broad jumping; discus; the foot- ball passing and kicking; the 100-yard dash; the relays, and possibly a good old-fashioned three-legged race to keep spec- tators amused. A fitting finale for the year of sports. 4, .. « ♦•• ; i ■ i ,• » ; -- i •A .-- t ••s.» »•• .», ! - - T-. i •«:. -r - WOMEN ' S NTRAMURAL ATHLETICS Elizabeth Tyler Peggy Edwards Edna Long Margaret Woodward Agnes Overholts Eunice Walker Helen Davison Leila Rice Violet Aldridge MANAGERS Volleyball .... Agnes Overholts Norwegian Baseball . . . Lou Wilder Speedball .... Violet Aldridge Basketball .... Carolyn Walton Badminton .... Betty Jane Fields Shujfleboard .... Elaine Jones Ping Pong Betty Ruhl Archery Helen Davison Tennis Dorothy Scholl Softball Jean Doud ■■ " VOLLEYBALL At the sound of the whistle Independents- Tri Zetas and Kappa Gams-Theta Chis serv- ed simuhaneouslv as vollevball officially opened the intramural season. The Inde- pendents and the Kappa Gams were victor- ious in these games, but later in the first round when these two met. the Indepen- dents won and continued to win throughout both rounds. The Alpha Chi team ubicli took first place last vear. gave the Independents their strong- est competition. Those selected by the Intramural board as members of the all-star team are: Helen Davison. Eliza- beth Tyler. Leila Rice, Peggy Ed- wards, Clara Nell Scott, Edna Long. Nancy Moody, and Violet Aldridse. SPEEDBALL The Delta Zetas walke d off with the hon- ors in speedball this year. Continuallv plugging away in each game, they gained the coveted championship. The only up- set suffered by the champions was a defeat by the Kappa Gams. The last Independent-Delta Zeta game was a fight to the finish. Only time ended the fight for the team lead- ership, and Delta Zeta won by a score of 13-12. Independents and Alpha Chis tied for second place. Both teams lost three games, and tied, 5-5, in the final. The Kappa Gams wag- ed an active fight for second place. The All-Star team was compos- ed of: Peggy Edwards, Leila Rice. Edna Long. Violet Aldridge. Nan- cy Moody, Helen Davison, Laretha Lord, and Elizabeth Tyler. « « t « i;? •1 V ■•• • ' 1 H ' •• V ' ■!■ 1 ■ ■ •« »■-» »■■:»■ BADMINTON Badminton, growing more in popula every vear in the intramural progra brought close competition between In pendents, Kappa Gams and Alpha Ch with only one game difference in their standing. The Independents took the 1 and the Kappa Gams came in second. Leila Rice, playing a steady game throughout the individual tournament, in the finals defeated Helen Davison, despite the latter ' s excellent footwork, thus claiming the trophy for the year. Grace and dexterity plus almost perfect coordination were the things co-ed participants gained as the result of afternoon hours spent in the gym with racquet and darts. NORWEGIAN BASEBALL Norwegian Baseball was the next to loom on the sport ' s horizon. Strong Tri-Zeta and Theta Chi teams made the games more in- teresting. When the Alpha Chis, last year ' s winners, came to bat with the Delta Zetas. who were third placers last year, the game w as a toss-up until the final whistle blew. The Delta Zetas continued their steady playing to win the championship without a defeat. The All-Star team for Norwe- gian Baseball was: Peggy Ed- wards. Nancy Moody, Leila Rice, Violet Aldridge, Elizabeth Tyler, Clara Nell Scott, Edna Long, Sue Ella Cason, and Helen Davison. ♦ ■■ ' ♦ ' I Basketball, Southern ' s best- loved sport, attracted great in- terest among: all Southern ro- eds. Climbing rapidly up the ladder towards success, the Tri-Zetas and Delta Zetas jiiil up such strong opposition that the Alpha Chis and Indepen- dents, pre-season favorites, spent many anxious moments. The championship battle was waged between the Alpha BASKETBALL THE ALL-STAR TEAM Forwards Elaine Jones. Peggy Edwards and Ora Belle Wilkes Guards Lorelha Lord, Dorotliy Styers Edna Long Alpha Chi Omeiia FOUL SHOOTING 1 941 Foul Shooting honors went lo Peggy Edwards, who shot her wav to first star success, continual- ly dropping the baskets in with I hat " Edwards ' ease. " She made . ' )2 baskets out of a possible 50. Dorothy Scholl. Independent, cap- tured the runner-up position with 28 baskets. Chis and the Independents, with the former defeating the latter in the first round. How- ever, in the second round the Independents, playing witli all their vim and vigor, raced with time attempting to score anoth- er point, but the Alpha Chis were too much for them and took the championship in the season ' s thriller. tl ■■ JJS ' ••ti ' niT t SHUFFLE BOARD " First place or nothing " seemed 111 be the motto of the Independent- Kappa Gam teams, they had to compromise on a tie for first place ill the 1941 shuffle board race. Each team lost only one game to each other. Dot Horton, Freshman rising in- to the first ranks, challenged Helen Davison on the title game. Helen with her experienced skill again Willi tiic individual trophy. Davison Champions DISC AND PADDLE Champions Rice PING PONG " Something old . . . something new ... " that ' s the old saying ping pong competition brought to life in 1941. First we find Leila Rice again winning the individual " pad- dle-pushing " contest. And to com- plete our adage, a new trio of Vir- ginia Smiley. Betty Satchell, and Peggy Edwards scored team vic- tories for Delta Zeta. This team was undefeated for the entire two weeks of play, but the Indepen- dents remained in the " running " to place second. f ' ♦■ ' . ■ ' ARCHERY The Independents, shooting for the hnlls- eye. went in the red a little too often and came in second to the Kappa Gams who were mostly in the blue. Helen Davison again sent the arrows (|uivering to the target, piling up the high- est number of points in the individual con- test. Archery may become known here at Southern as Davison ' s Sport as Helen man- aged the entire archery round, directed her team to victory in the team matches and won the individual trophy for her third conse- cutive year. For the first time in the history of archery on our campus some of the boys stretched the bows. Maybe Coach Gene Battle will add archery to the list of mens sports. TENNIS Racquet wielders were still unlimlier- ing in the spring sunshine while the annual started rolling off the press, so it is impossible to wax eloquent about tennis in 1941. Playing for the first year of the new concrete courts, the girls picked Alpha Chi Omega and the Independents as most likely to engage in a duel for the champion- ship. GOLF Sunny links, and the laughter of co-ed aces, led by Martha Critchlow. as they gave old man Par an unusual duel. This latest sport on an expanding pro- gram may prove to be one of its finest and most popular. •» 1 « «! .!i ,1 ' i ■•; ' ! « SCOOTER HOCKEY Scooter Hockey was introduced into tlie intraniural pro- gram for the first time this year. The Alpha Chis and Delta Zetas opened the tournament with a general scramble across the floor trying to make connections with their scooters. The Independents, showing the greatest skill and in- genuity in their play, defeated the Alpha Chis 5 - 1. Bar- bara Conine, goalie for the Independents allowed only one point to be scored against her team throughout the entire tournament. The Independents became the first champions of Scooter Hockey and the Alpha Chis were second-place winners. SOFTBALL Becoming real experts at a formerly exclusive man ' s sport. F. S. C. co-eds inaugu- rated their 1941 Softball season with Elizabeth Tyler and Leila Rice doped to lead their Independent cohorts to victory. ' ' ■ ■: " - r ' S l ' 4! NOT LEARNED IN BOOKS! Some things are not learned in books . . . . and some things are not registered by the gas meter. We think it ' s important to supply your home with an even flow of combustible gas, but it ' s even more important to serve you promptly, dependably, courteously — with what we call " Sunshine Service. " We want to please you when we serve you. ITILITY GAS IS [HEAP! SUNSHINE SERVICE is the cheerful work of skilled men and women, eager to serve you. One Hundred Sixty-eight !•• f , ' ? 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