Florida Southern College - Interlachen Yearbook (Lakeland, FL)
- Class of 1952
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V 0} r J I O N-. A hi 17 M w ill , • K-ii 1 • i " • i ' i AT ouZ%efa 4 LAKELAND, FLORIDA t9 hterlachd LEE BUFFO • EDITOR JOHNNY ROBINSON • BUSINESS MANAGER 4 t •■• • -» ! cq m t t t . ( s »mfatt4 Jp- v X BUSINESS urtth r ' V % PLEASURE I ffcjt! ?- ' ■■4 4 t 4 4 4 •♦, : , » MRS. E. T. ROUX This annual is dedicated to a woman who for more years than we like to put in print has served her alma mater, Florida Southern College. While her wonderful husband was alive and was a member of the Board of Trustees, she was busy, too, helping and loving her college. Since his going away, she has taken his place on the Board. Because of her long association with the College, the students, faculty and Board members hold o big place in their hearts for her. ED I ( PTE ! ♦ ' • ;;; ; ; ttttjg 9ni %►.• ■ ♦ VIEWS at FLORIDA SOUTHERN VA •i w 1 i idw ,|ete H •v3£ TH CLASH S .3 i Wt ' . VIEWS at FLORIDA SOUTHERN i - tf. tf „|etc H° v els= tf tf ft— SF «2J5ff CLASSES i STUDENT BODY OFFICERS FRANK CARTER President PAUL HEALY Vice-President KATHY MARONE Secretary-Treasurer SENIOR OFFICERS CARL SCHULER President FRANCES OUTLAW Vice-President TINKY HULI ..Secretary-Treasurer MARJORIE LILLEY Senator 15 THE SENIORS ROSE ALLEGATO B.S. Journalism Lakeland, Fla. Who ' s Who; Editor-in-Chief, The South- ern; Newman Club; Pi Gamma Mu; Sec. F.I.P.A.; Sec, Press Club; Board of Pub- lications. JACOB WHITFIELD ALEXANDER B.S. Economics Lakeland, Fla. MAURICE LEE ALLISON B.S. Music Education Lakeland, Fla. Pi Kappa Alpha; Chorus; Orchestra; Sym- phonette; Variety Players; FTA; BSU. KENNETH CONRAD ANDERSON B.S. Science Huntington, L. I. Theta Chi; Intramural Sports. MARTHA ANN ANDERSON A.B. Spanish Lake Forest, III. BERNARD C ARBEEN B.S. Business Administration Chicago, III. Transfer Roosevelt College; Phi Sigma Kappa; Canterbury Club; Quarter Cen- tury Club. THOMAS CHESTER ARMSTRONG, JR B.S. Mathematics Dade City, Fla. Future Teachers of America. CHARLES GORDON ASH, JR B.S. Industrial Arts Sydney, Fla. Pres., Industrial Arts Club; Treas., Lamb- da Chi Alpha; F.T.A. L 1 B -. THE S E N I D R S DOROTHY BENTLEY AYERS B.S. Education Winter Haven, Fla. RHUA DOLORES BARTLETT B.S. Business Administration Stuart, Fla. Band; Orchestra; Independent Women. JAMES REYNOLDS BEARDSLEY 4.6. English Spring Lake, Mich. Sigma Chi; Intramural Sports. JOHN G. BEAUMONT B.S. Biology Cowden, III. Lambda Chi Alpha; Science Club; Omi- cron Delta Kappa; Intramural. RICHARD A BEDER B.S. Journalism St. Petersburg, Fla. Pi Kappa Alpha; Varsity Tennis Team; " S " Club; Intramural; The Southern. BETSY ANN BEERS B.S. Elementary Education Kalamazoo, Mich. Transfer Michigan State. JOHN WILLIAM BELL B.S. Biology Closter, N. J. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Science Club; Inter collegiate Waterski Team. WILLIAM BENT, JR. B.S. Music Education Claremont, N. H. Orchestra; Band; Newman Club; FTA; Tau Kappa Epsilon; Chorus. . t 4 t • THE SENIDHS MARION CRAIG BETTINGER fi.S. Elementary Education New Albany, Ind. Transfer Hanover College; Phi Mu; Kappa Pi. MILDRED GRAHAM BIGHAM B.S. Elementary Education Leesburg, Flo. FTA; Kappa Delta Pi. BRADYLEE EDNA BLACKWELL B.S. Physical Education Pierce, Fla. Delta Zeta; FTA; Panhellenic; Intra- mural Sports; Theta Chi Dream Girl; Phy. Ed. Club. JAN DIRK BLOEMPOORT A.B. English and Psychology Babylon, L. I. Vice-Pres., Senior Class; Pi Kappa Phi, Pres.; Co-Captain Varsity Crew; Varsity " S " Club; Senate; I.F.C.; Who ' s Who. RICHARD A. BOEHM B.S. Economics Merrick, N. Y. Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pres.; Intramural Sports; I.F.C. B. BURTIS BOND B.S. Biology Buffalo, N. Y. International Club, Sec; Phi Sigma Kap- pa, Sec. LEONARD WAYNE BOND A.B. Religion Lakeland, Fla. Pi Kappa Alpha; Gamma Sigma Chi, Treas.; Sigma Rho Epsilon; MSM; Intra- mural Softball. MARIE JEAN BOND A.B. Religion Lakeland, Fla. Transfer West Chester State; Sigma Rho Epsilon, Vice Pres.; Cap and Gown; Who ' s Who. THE SENIORS NANCY ELIZABETH BOOKER A.B. English Lexington, Mass. Alpha Delta Pi; Kappa Pi, Social Chair- man; Sigma Tau Delta; Sweetheart Lamb- da Chi Alpha; Transfer Endicott. HOWARD STANLEY BORDEN, JR. A.B. Social Science Spring Lake, N. J. Lambda Chi Alpha; Varsity Crew, Co- Captain; " S " Club; Quarter Century Club. ARNOLDO GERARDO BORREGO fi S. Business Pinar del Rio International Club; MSM; Spanish Club; Debate Council. EARL WILBUR BOWEN A.B. English Lakeland, Fla. The Southern; Omicron Delta Kappa; Pres. Quarter Century Club; Asst. In- structor ROTC Band; Drum Major ROTC. MARVIN ELWOOD BOYCE A.B. Religion Cumberland, Md. WILLIAM HENRY BRAATE A.B. English St. Petersburg, Fla. Pi Kappa Alpha; Science Club; Industrial Arts. CHARLES PHILLIP BRADFORD fi.S. Citrus Winter Garden, Fla. Pi Kappa Alpha; Citrus Club; Science Club. CHARLES E. BLADLEY B.S. Citrus Lake Wales, Fla. Pi Kappa Phi; Citrus Club; Intramural Sports. t t t t • THE SENIORS JOANNE LOUISE BRADSHAW 8.S. Home Economics Wilmette, III. Pres. Home Econ. Club; Kappa Omicron Phi, Pres.; Alpha Chi Omega, Treas.; FTA- Sociology Club; Panhellenic Council. CHARLES COUDERT BRENNIG A.B. History Palm Beach, Fla. Newman Club; International Club. DONALD E. BROTHERS A.B. Religion Smithfield, Va. CHARLES ROBERT BROWN 6.S. Physical Education Hawthorne, N. J. Baseball Team; Soc. Chairman, Lambda Chi Alpha; Captain, Intra. Football Team; Orchestra. ELIZABETH BROWN 8.S. Sociology Lakeland, Fla. BSU, Pres.; FTA; Variety Players. RONALD F. BRUGGEMAN B.S. Business Administration Pittsb urgh, Pa. Sigma Phi Epsilon. MARGARET BRYAN A.B. Religious Education Bowling Green, Fla. MSM; Sigma Rho Epsilon; Cap and Gown; Who ' s Who. BESSIE RUTH CALHOUN A.B. Social Science and English St. Petersburg, Fla. Sigma Tau Delta; Pi Gamma Mu; Trans- fer St. Petersburg Jr. College. THE S E N I D R S JOEL DOW CALHOUN 8.S. Education St. Petersburg, Fla. Pi Gamma Mu; FTA. JAMES HUGH CARBERRY B.S. Social Studies Portsmouth, N. H. Transfer University of N. H.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Cadet Major ROTC. ED MURRAY CARLTON B.S. Business Administration Fort Myers, Fla. Vice Pres., Chorus; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Interfaith Council; Intramural Sports; Stu- dent Government; MSM. JAMES JUSTIN CHANEY A.B. Religion North Miami, Fla. Ministerial Student Body. DANIEL C. CLARKE 4.8. Psychology Jacksonville, Fla. ROBERT E. CLOANINGER A.B. English Eastover, S. C. Transfer Coker College; Lambda Chi Al- pha. JEAN ELLEN CLOUSE B.S. Elementary Education Lakeland, Fla. FTA; Kappa Delta Pi, Vice Pres.; MSM. WILLIAM MURPHY COGAN B.S. Business Administration West Orange, N. J. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Treas.; Omicron Delta Kappa; Pi Gamma Mu, Vice Pres.; Quar- ter Century. ' I r THE S E N I D R S BERNARD GERAID COLLINS B.S. Queens Village, L. I. Baseball Team; Intramural Basketball. JOHN GORDON COLLINS A.B. Drama Chicago, III. Phi Sigma Kappa, Pres.; Pi Gamma Mu, Pres.; Pi Epsilon Delta; Omicron Delta Kappa; Vagabonds, V.P.; " S " Club. RAYMOND B. COLLINS A.B. Religion Columbus, Ga. CYNTHIA BRYANT CONE B.S. Elementary Education Lakeland, Fla. FTA; BSU; Variety Players. JACK GORDON COPELAND B.S. Art Vero Beach, Fla. Sigma Rho Epsilon; Kappa Pi; Interlachen Staff; Vagabonds; Transfer Palm Beach Jr. College. FRANK WILLIAM CORRIGAN B.S. Journalism Elizabeth, N. J. Sports, The Southern; Sigma Tau Delta; Vice Pres., Press Club; Interlachen Sports. ALFRED HOWARD CRAWFORD B.S. Science Sebring, Fla. Pi Kappa Alpha; Science Club. LINTON GUY CREEL A.B. Religion Indian Rocks Beach, Fla. THE SENIORS WILLIAM FRANK CROSSMAN B.S. Citrus and Biology Hilton Village, Va. Pres. Pi Kappa Alpha; Vice Pres. Citrus Club; Science Club; I.F.C. L. D. CROWDER B.S. Speech Rushville, Ind. Transfer Miami University. MICKEY CROWSON B.E. English Chicago, III. Alpha Delta Pi; Pi Gamma Mu; Sigma Tau Delta; Senate; Pan-Hellenic; Trans- fer Hanover College. ROBERT DeFONSO B.S. Economics Wantagh, N. Y. Sigma Phi Epsilon; Intramurals; Transfer Champlain College; Quarter Century Club. WILLIAM LEE DENNIS A.B. Religion West Palm Beach, Fla. Gamma Sigma Chi, Sec. PAUL S. DEVLIN A.B. Journalism Ridgewood, N. J. Quarter Century Club; The Southern. JOHN KENYON DEWEY 8. S. Business Ad. and Economics Palm Beach, Fla. Lambda Chi Alpha; Transfer Stetson Uni versify. THE SENIORS JEROME ANTHONY DiCESARE B.S. Business Administration Clairron, Pa. Lambda Chi Alpha, Sec; Newman Clut ROTC Captain; Quarter Century Club. ERNEST JAMES DITZEL A.B. Religion Dayton, Ohio HAZEL OBERHOLTZER DORSEY B.S. Elementary Education Valaha, Fla. FTA; Variety Players; Transfer Univer- sity Tulsa. JAMES KENNETH DOZIER B.S. Economics Lakeland, Fla. WILLARD RAE DRAPER A.B. Dramatics Rockville Centre, N. Y. Theta Chi; Microphone Club; Vagabonds; Quarter Century Club; Industrial Arts Club. CHESTER HAROLD DuBOIS B.S. Business Administration West Orange, N. J. Theto Chi; Debate Council, Sec.-Treas., Vice Pres.; Tau Kappa Alpha. WILLIAM NORMAN DULABAHN BS Citrus Canton, Ohio HERBERT L. DYER A.B. Psychology Americus, Kans. Theta Chi, Vice Pres.; International Club; Quarter Century Club. -9 " ' " UPS THE SENIORS RAYMOND ELWIN DYER, JR. B.S. Business Administration Haddonfield, N. J. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Pres.; I.F.C. Vice Pres.; Omicron Delta Kappa; Who ' s Who; Quar- ter Century Club; Sigma Tau Delta; In- tramural. JACQUELINE ANN EARL B.S. Art Hinsdale, III. Alpha Chi Omega; Kappa Pi, Pres.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sweetheart; Home Ec. Club, Treas. JEAN MARGARET EDSCORN A.B. English Lakeland, Fla. Kappa Delta Pi. LEON C. ELLIS B.S. Education Tampa, Fla. Tau Kappa Epsilon; FTA. WILLIAM ELLIOTT FAXON B.S. Biology Starke, Fla. Knights Anonymous, Pres.; Science Club; FTA; Intramural Sports. BILL ADRIAN FELTON A.B. Religious Education St. Petersburg, Fla. Vagabonds; MSM; Pi Kappa Alpha; Sig- ma Rho Epsilon. JO ANNE FERGUSON B.S. Education Leesburg, Fla. Alpha Delta Pi; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sweetheart; Panhellenic, Sec; Senate; FTA; Chorus. JOYCE ANNE FINSON A.B. English Southampton, N. Y. Sigma Tau Delta, Sec; Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Chi Omega; FTA. • • • ' THE SENIORS WILLIAM ALAN FISACKERLY A.B. History Jacksonville, Flo Pi Kappa Alpha; Omicron Delta Kappa; Pi Gamma Mu; Sigma Tau Delta; Gamma Sigma Chi; Who ' s Who; MSM; Vaga- bonds. ELAINE GLORIA FISHER B.S. Elementary Education St. Petersburg, Fla. Transfer Taylor Univ.; MSM; FTA; Inde- pendent Women. BERNARD JOHN FLANAGAN B.S. Elementory Education Lakeland, Fla. FTA; Quarter Century Club. ROBERT L. FLETCHER B.S. Journalism Lakeland, Fla. Lambda Chi Alpha; Microphone Club; Quarter Century Club. J. HOWARD FLINT B.S. Science Hackensack, N. J. Transfer George Washington University. GEORGE HENRY FRANK B.S. Business Administration Naples, Fla. Sigma Phi Epsilon; Kappa Pi. WILLIAM McK. FRASER, JR. B.S., A.B. Chemistry, English Colwyn, Pa. Omicron Delta Kappa, Pres.; Science Club, Vice Pres.; Sigma Tau Delta; Pi Kappa Phi; Who ' s Who; Senate; Intra- mural Sports. JOHN C. FREELAND B.S. Physical Education Sebring, Fla. THE S E N I D R S ANTHONY P. GAMBLE B.S. Accounting Syracuse, N. Y. ALLAN LEWIS GEIGER B.S Business Administration Bayonne, N. J. Tau Epsilon Phi; Intramural Sports; Hillel Club; Track Team. BYRON PAUL GEORGE B.S. Physics Endicott, N. Y. Pi Kappa Alpha; Science Club; Tennis Team. ANTHONY ROBERT GIAMBALVO A.B. History Ozone Park, N. Y. Tau Epsilon Phi; Quarter Century Club; Freshman Crew Team. EARL GEORGE GILLMAN B.S. Chemistry St. Petersburg, Fla. Pi Kappa Alpha. ROBERT COLLINS GREER B.S. Biology WallingforJ, Pa. Transfer Sampson College; Alpha Sigma Phi. GERALDINE GREGORY B.S. Business Administration Decatur, Tenn. Delta Zeta. RITA GROSSBOLD A.B. English Flushing, N. Y. Transfer Champlain College; Vagabonds; Hillel; Intramurals. ■ , • THE SENIORS JEANNE HOLBROOK GRUNDY B.S. Art Princeton, N. J. Kappa Pi, Pres.; Alpha Chi Omega; Home Economics Club. BARBARA CLAIRE GUNNING B.S. Elementary Education Lakeland, Fla. Alpho Omicron Pi; FTA; Kappa Delta Pi, Treas.; Cap and Gown. MARY EVELYN HOLLADY B.S. Elementary Education Belle Glade, Fla. Sigma Rho Epsilon; MSM; WSGA; Chorus; FTA. ROBERT ERVING HAMILTON 4.6. Dramatics River Forest, III. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Omicron Delta Kap- pa; Who ' s Who; Tau Kappa Alpha; De- bate Council; Vice Pres. ROBERT BIRTON HARN B.S. Journalism Clearwater, Fla. NORMA ELLEN HARRIS B.S. Elementary Education Homosassa, Fla. FTA; BSU; Independent Women. HAROLD DOUGLAS HARRIS B.S. Citrus Lakeland, Fla. JAMES EDWARD HART B.S. Business and Citrus Bartow, Fla. Lambda Chi Alpha. THE SENIORS DWIGHT L. HASKINS B.S. Physical Education Munster, Indiana Athletic Club, Pres.; Knights Anonymous, Pres.; Track; FTA; Physical Education Club. KATHRYN FLORENCE HAYMOND B.S. Elementary Education West Palm Beach, Fla. FTA; Student American Guild of Organ- ists; Kappa Delta Pi; Wesleyan Conserva- tory. MILDRED JANE HENDRY B.S. Elementary Education Wauchula, Fla. FTA; Delta Zeta; Varsity Players; Chorus; Home Economics; Library Staff. BETTYE STEPHENS HIEBER B.S. Elementary Education Winter Haven, Fla. Transfer from Briar Cliff College; FTA, Treas.; Variety Players. CARL DONNELLY HOFFMAN B.S. Biology Orlando, Fla. Transfer University of South; Lambda Chi Alpha; Student Government Repre- sentative; Interfraternity Council; Science Club; Quarter Century Club. DONALD TYRELL HORSEY B.S. Sociology Harrington Park, N. J. Tau Kappa Epsilon; Tennis Team; Inter- lachen Staff; Track; Intramurals. JULIE ANN HIRSCHMAN B.S. Home Economics St. Petersburg, Fla. Home Economics Club; Delta Zeta; Vaga- bonds; Sigma Tau Delta. MARGARET LOUISE HUBBARD A.B. Spanish Bradenton, Fla. Alpha Omicron Pi; Kappa Delta Pi; FTA; Los Picaros; Sigma Tou Delta. ' ■♦♦•♦ THE SENIORS VIRGINIA ELISE HUGHES A.B. English Camilla, Georgia Alpha Delta Pi; FTA, Treas.; Variety Players; Vagabonds; Microphone Club; National Collegiate Players; Senate; Sig- ma Tau Delta. JOHN RANDALL HUNT A.B. Religion Jacksonville, Fla. Gamma Sigma Chi; Pi Kappa Alpha; International Club; MSM. JANICE IVEY B.S. Elementary Education Decatur, Ga. Alpha Delta Pi, Sec; FTA; Kappa Delta Pi. VERN DONALD JACOBS A.B. Sociology Medina, New York AVIS DANIELS JAMESON A.B. Spanish Bradley, Fla. LESLIE ANNE JAMESON B.S. English St. Cloud, Fla. Alpha Omicron Pi, Sec; Vagabonds, Pres.; National Collegiate Players, Vice Pres.; Sigma Tau Delta; FTA ELMER H. JOHNSON B.S. Elementary Education Walnut Grove, Miss. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; FTA, Pres.; New- man Club. WILSON ERLE JOHNSON B.S. Social Science Macon, Ga. Mfc- I V I J THE SENIORS MARILYN CHRISTINE KASPAR A.B. Psychology Tampo, Fla. Alpha Chi Omega, Pres.; Cap and Gown; Sigmo Tau Delta; Pan Hellenic. ROBERT JOHN KERR 4 8 Journalism Freeport, New York Southern, Editor; Press Club, Pres.; Stu- dent Government Board, Chairman; ODK; Florida Southern Magazine, Editor; Who ' s Who. HOWARD ELMORE KIDDER A.B. English Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Sigma Tau Delta, Vice Pres.; Pi Kappa Phi, Sec; ODK; Quarter Century Club, Sec; Student Senate; Intramurals. JANE ELIZABETH KILGORE A.B. Social Studies St. Petersburg, Fla. Transfer St. Petersburg Junior College; Beta Sigma Omicron, Treas.; Pan Hel- lenic; WSGA. ELMO RONALD KIRKLAND, JR. B.S. Physics Orlando, Fla. Science Club; Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice Pres. JOSEPH PAUL KOVALSIK B.S. Journalism St. Petersburg, Fla. WILEY EMMETT KOON B.S. Biology Lakeland, Fla. Transfer Gupton-Jones College; Intra- murals; Theta Chi, Chaplain; Reporter, Alumni Sec. LARRY KRACZKOWSKY B.S. Business New Britain, Conn. Varsity Club, Pres.; Varsity Crew; Lamb- da Chi Alpho; Koppa Pi; Fund Com- mittee. THE S E N I D R S MARVIN EUGENE KUMM B.S. Physical Education Newton, Iowa Tau Kappa Epsilon; FTA; Physical ' Edu cation Club. EVA ALICE LAND B.S. Education Mayo, Flo. LINDA LASHLEY B.S. Elementary Education Lakeland, Fla. Alpha Delta Pi, Sec; FTA; Cap and Gown; Kappa Delta Pi; MSM. MARVIN GEORGE LAU B.S. Accounting Oak Park, III. Transfer Walton College; Phi Theta Pi, Treas. DONALD E. LILLEY B.S. Biology Lakeland, Fla. Intramurals; Industrial Arts Club; Pi Kap pa Epsilon. HERBERT WILLIAM LILLEY A.B. Psychology Lakeland, Fla. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; FTA; In Arts; B.S.U. MARJORIE H. LILLEY A.B. Sociology Lakeland, Fla. Alpha Chi Omega, Cor. Sec, Vice-Pres., President, Pi Gamma Mu, Sec; Cap and Gown, Sec; Who ' s Who; Interlachen; Senator. MARION CRAWFORD LIPP B.S. Home Economics Tulsa, Okla. Home Economics Club. tr . im THE S E N I D R S PAUL ALLEY LOCKE 8 S. Physical Education Lakelond, Fla. Theta Chi; Varsity Crew, Copt. JAMES WARREN LUSINK B.S. Social Studies Rochester, N. Y. Pi Kappa Alpha; FTA. LOUIS MAISCH Riverdale, N. Y. Varsity Basketball; Varsity Baseball; Lambda Chi Alpha; Pi Gamma Mu. JOHN PETER MANCINI 8.S. Business Administration Fair Lawn, N. J. Sigma Phi Epsilon; Quarter Century Club; Baseball Manoger; Intramurals. ANDREW EDWARD MARSHALL 8 5 Business Wheeling, W. Va. Lambda Chi Alpha; Intramurals; Golf; Science; Debating Club; Transfer W. Va. University. EVALINA ROSE MclNTOSH B.S. Business Education Lakeland, Fla. ARTHUR HENRY McMILLAN 4.6. English Jacksonville, Fla. MSM, Vice Pres.; Gamma Sigma Chi, Chaplain, Vice Pres.; Pi Kappa Alpha. ROBERT SNYDER MEGOW 8.S. Citrus Philadelphia, Pa. Citrus Club; Lambda Chi Alpha. : ' - ■♦ " - ' r THE SENIORS JAMES D. MEHRING Ellsridge, Md. Tau Kappa Epsilon; Intramural Board. WILLIAM MINGES MOORE Fort Pierce, Fla. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Canterbury; Orches- tra; Sigma Tau Delta; Transfer U. S. Naval Academy. JAMES EDWARD MORRIS Bedford, Ohio NELSON P. MOYER A.B. Religion Plant City, Fla. ALFRED RAY NESBITT fi.S. Citrus Belleview, Fla. Pi Kappa Phi. JAMES WILLIAM HOWARD NOBLE B.S. Mathematics Tampa, Fla. Pi Kappa Phi. ALTON JEFFERSON NOLLE, JR. B.S. Business Administration Orlando, Fla. Tau Epsilon Phi; FTA. HARLEN J. NORMAN, JR. B S. Physical Education Mulberry, Fla. FTA; Baseball Team. HfllHHHHIl J THE SENIORS HELEN NOVAK A.B. Foreign Languages Tampo, Fla. International Club. JOAN REDMOND NYBAKKEN A.B. Psychology Niagara Falls, N. Y. WSGA; International Club; Home Eco- nomics Club; MSM; Chorus. DANIEL FRANCIS O ' BRIEN B.S. Physical Education Elizabeth, N.J. Physical Education Club; FTA, Basket- ball; Baseball; " S " Club; Quarter Cen- tury Club. ROGER ALLEN O ' BRYNE B.S. Citrus Greeley, Colo. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Sec; Citrus Club; Sig- ma Tau Delta. JAMES GORDON OGDEN III B.S. in Biology; A.B. in English Lakeland, Fla. Kappa Delta Pi, Pres.; ODK, Vice Pres.; FTA; Interlachen, Editor; Sigma Tau Ep- silon; Science Club, Sec.-Treas.; Sigma Tau Delta. MARK N. OHNIKIAN B.S. Business Administration New York, N. Y. Quarter Century Club; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Intramurals. WALTER EDWARD OSBORNE Bradenton, Fla. JOSEPH OTTO B.S. Business Arlington Heights, III. Varsity Basketball; " S " Club; Sigma Al- pha Epsilon; Quarter Century Club. THE SENIORS ROGER OUILLETTE B.S. Psychology Elizabeth, N. J. FRANCES LOUISE OUTLAW A.B. Sociology Miami, Fla. Alpha Delta Pi; Junior Class Senator; Senior Class Senator; Sociology Club; Home Economics Club. TAIHI MIN PAIK B.S. Home Economics Seoul, Korea International Club. DOROTHY VIRGINIA PARHAM B.S. Primary Education Orlando, Fla. Delta Zeta, Treas., Vice Pres.; Sigma Rho Epsilon; FTA; L.W.C.A.; Library Staff. JOHN SWART PARKER, JR. B.S. Music Education St. Petersburg, Fla. ODK; Pi Kappa Alpha; FTA; Chorus; Orchestra; Band; Variety Players; Intra- murals. MARY PHYLLIS PARKER B.S. Music Education Daytona Beach, Fla. Cap and Gown; Kappa Delta Pi; Delta Zeta; Chorus; M.E.N.C; FTA; Variety Players. NORMAND K. PATTON B.S. Economics Woodstock, III. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Vagabonds, Treas.; Intercollegiate Players; Dramatics and Radio; Quarter Century Club; SCCA; Transfer Northwestern University. RUSSELL MURRAY PELLETIER B.S. Economics Chicago, III. Pi Kappa Phi; Intramurals; Kampus Kapers Advisor. THE SENIORS VLADIMIR PETROV B.S. Mathematics; A.B. Russian Lokeland, Fla. FTA; Industrial Arts Club; Phi Sigma Kappa; Assistant to the Dean. WILLIAM DAVID PITTEN BS. Business Administration Kenilworth, N. J. Sigma Phi Epsilon; Intramurals; Transfer Union Junior College; Newman Club. NICK GEORGE PITURAS B.S. Pre-dental New York, N. Y. International Club; Science Club; Tau Epsilon Phi. EARL EDMUND POWERS B S. Business Administration Mulberry, Fla. PHOEBE JANE POWER A.B. Melbourne, Fla. CECELIA POWELL A.B. Spanish Lakeland, Fla. Alpha Chi Omega; Interlachen; Interna- tional Club; Canterbury Club. DOUGLAS KERR PROCTOR, JR. B.S. Sociology Jersey City, N. J. Transfer Rider College; FTA; BSU. WESLEY CLARENCE SALTER A.B. English Asbury Park, N. J. ■ A • t ■ t ' . ' t r ■ ■ ■■•.. T THE SENIORS THOMAS E. RANDALL B.S. Business Administration Lakeland, Fla. JERRALD J. RASKIN Chicago, III. Theta Chi; Kappa Pi; Sigma Tau Delta; Intramurals. ROBERT ELWOOD RAYLE, JR. A.B. Religion Greensboro, N. C. GEORGE ARCHIE RAYMOND, JR. B.S. Music Education North Weymouth, Mass. Orchestra, Pres.; Chorus, Pres.; Band, Stu- dent Director; Track; " S " Club; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; ODK; FTA. MIRIAM ERNESTINE REDDICK B.S. Mathematics Benevolence, Ga. FTA; Variety Players; Science Club; Inter- lachen. HAROLD RAY RELOS B.S. Science Chicago, III. Sigma Tau Delta, Treas. ANTHONY VINCENT RICHEL B.S. Physical Education Elizabeth, N. J. FTA; Physical Education Club; Intrami rals; Quarter Century Club. ROBERT LAFAYETTE RILEY B.S. Philosophy Keysville, Fla. Alpho Sigma, Sec; Theta Chi. THE SENIORS PATRICIA ROBERTSON A.B. Religious Education Miami, Fla. MSM; Sigma Rho Epsilon, Sec.-Treas. MARGALO ANN ROLLER B.S. Elementary Education Winter Haven, Fla. Sigma Rho Epsilon; FTA; Variety Players; Gym Team. RICHARD BAXTER ROWE B.S. Mathematics Cranford, N. J. Lambda Chi Alpha; Science Club; Debat- ing Council; Intramurals; International Club; Transfer Union Junior College. NANCY IRENE ROWLANDS Miami Beach, Fla. Alpha Chi Omega; Pan Hellenic; FTA. WILLIAM JAMES RUSTER B.S. Social Studies Lakeland, Fla. Southern Aero Club, Pres.; Chief Advo- cate. CARL PHILIP SANDUSKY B.S. Physical Education Arcadia, Fla. Pi Kappa Alpha; Physical Education Club; Varsity Track; FTA. HENRY MAXWELL SCHMIDT A.B. Religion Vero Beach, Fla. Gamma Sigma Chi, Vice Pres.; MSM; Sigma Rho Epsilon. CARL PAUL SCHULER B.S. Fanwood. N. J. Senior Class President; Junior Class Pres.; Lambda Chi Alpha, Treas.; J. V. Crew; " S " Club; Who ' s Who. ♦ • • • -!-:— ■_ _ THE SENIORS ARDEN WESLEY SEARLES A.B. Religion New Canaan, Conn. MARION PHELPS SEDWICK Locoochee, Fla. CHARLES ALBERT SEYMOUR B.S. Music Education Winter Haven, Fla. Pi Kappa Alpha; Sentinel; Varsity Tennis; Intramurals; " S " Club; Chorus; FTA. SAMUEL SHANKER B.S. Business Administration Elizabeth, N. J. Tau Epsilon Phi; Hillel. JACK BERNICE SKEEN B.S. Elementary Education Highland City, Fla. WILLIAM DONALD SOFORENKO B.S. Elementary Education New Bedford, Mass. FTA; Transfer Stetson University. ALEXANDER SOSIK B.S. Business Bridgeport, Conn. Tau Epsilon Phi, Bursar and Chancellor; Interfraternity Council; Quarter Century Club. FRITZ STARGARDTER B.S. Citrus Guatemala Phi Sigma Kappa; Hillel; International Club; Citrus Club. THE S E N I D R S JAY W. STEPHENS B.S. Socio Studies Fairlawn, N. J. Sigma Phi Epsilon; Intramurols; Baseball. JAMES HENRY STEPP A.B. Tampa, Fla. Gamma Sigmo Chi, Pres.; Pi Kappa Phi; Sigma Tau Delta, MSM; Quarter Century Club; Inter-Faith Council. PHILLIP H. STIGLEMAN B.S. Business Richmond, Ind. Tau Kappa Epsilon, Sec; Intramural Board; Intramurals. PETER WELLINGS STILES A.B. English Hollywood, Fla. Tau Kappa Epsilon; Intramurals; South- ernaires; Sigma Tau Delta; BMOC. EVE FRANK STONE B.S. Sociology Rockville Centre, L. I. Inter-Faith Council; Hillel; Intramurals. MAHLON C. STOUT B.S. Sparta, N. J. Lambda Chi Alpha. AUGUST JOHN STURM B.S. Science Indianapolis, Ind. J.V. Basketball, Varsity Basketball; In- tramurals; Phi Delta Theta. FLORENCE CAROLYN SUTTON B.S. Sociology Winter Haven, Fla Transfer Transylvania College; Vaga- bonds. THE S E N I D R S FRANK PAUL SZABO fi.S. Industrial Arts Farrell, Pa. Quarter Century Club, Pres.; Industrial Arts Club; Intramurals; Sigma Phi Epsi- lon. ARCHIE BOWEN TANNER B.S. Citrus Winter Haven, Fla. CARL MILTON TEUTSCH B.S. Business Administration Arlington Hts., III. Lambda Chi Alpha, Pres.; ODK; Sigma Tau Delta; Pi Gamma Mu; Who ' s Who; Interfraternity Council; Student Senate; Intramurals. NICHOLAS JOSEPH TIPALDO B.S. Business Island Park, N. Y. Vice Pres. of Student Body; Sigma Tau Delta; Tau Epsilon Phi; " S " Club, Vice Pres.; Interfraternity Council, Sec; Var- sity Crew; Intramural Key; Who ' s Who. JUNE MYER TISON B.S. Business Administration Tampa, Fla. Alpha Omicron Pi; Home Economics Club; International Club. RUSSELL HAMMOND THACKERY B.S. Lakeland, Fla. Citrus Club. ARLENE MARIE THOMAS B.S. Secondary Education Corning, N. Y. Sec.-Treas. Freshman Class; Chorus; FTA; Variety Players; Who ' s Who; Kappa Delta Pi; Intramural Board Pres.; Sigma Rho Epsilon; Sigma Tau Delta. JOY MARIE THENNESON B.S. Elementary Education St. Petersburg, Fla. FTA; Kappa Delta Sigma Tau Delta. Pi; Alpha Delta Pi, ' THE SENIORS CORNING FISK TOLLE, JR. B.S. Physical Education Lakeland, Fla. Varsity Basketball; Varsity Baseball; Who ' s Who; Theta Chi Pres.; " S " Club; Interfraternity Council; Senator; Intra- murals. MARILEE TRUITT 4.8. English Lakeland, Fla. Alpha Delta Pi; Pan Hellenic Council; Sigma Tau Delta; Theta Chi Dream Girl. JOAN TURBETT B.S. Science Chicago, III. Alpha Delta Pi, Pres.; Sec.-Treas. of the Student Body; Cap and Gown, Vice-Pres.; Who ' s Who; Water-Ski Team; Senate; Sweetheart of Tau Kappa Epsilon. HAROLD W. VAN ARSDALE B.S. Business Ludlow-Asbury, Wis. Theta Chi, Pres.; Interfroternity Council; Who ' s Who; Crew; Administrative Coun- cil; Intramurals; " S " Club. JIM HALL VICKERS B.S. Physical Education Jacksonville, Fla. Pi Kappa Alpha; FTA; MSM, Pres.; Var- sity Track; " S " Club; Physical Education Club. WILLIAM HUGH WAKEMAN, JR. B.S. Citrus Orlando, Fla. Pi Kappa Alpha; Citrus Club, Pres.; Sen- ate; Transfer from U. S. Naval Academy. DAVID ERNEST WALLOM Lakeland, Fla. Pi Kappa Phi GERALDINE KOESTNER B.S. Physical Education Oradell, N. J FTA; Intramural Council; Delt Physical Education Club. . ■•- ■ ' THE S E N I D R S BARBARA ANNE WARNE A.B. Art Miami Beach, Fla. Delta Zeta; Kappa Pi; Interlachen Southern Circulation Manager; Intra murals; YWCA. PAGE ARRINGTON WATSON, JR. B.S. Business Chicago, III. Microphone Club; Quarter Century Club Vice Pres.; " S " Club; Sigma Tau Delta Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Pres.; Interfrater nity Council; Baseball Team. KENNETH ELSTON WEIGEL A.B. Religion Trenton, N. J. ALBERT CALVIN WERLY B.S. Business Administration St. Petersburg, Fla. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Vice Pres. JAMES LUKE WIGGINS Palmetto, Fla. Transfer from Taylor University; MSM, Pres.; Gamma Sigma Chi; Inter-Faith Council. HAZEL ELOISE WHITEHEAD B.S. Science Ponce de Leon, Fla. Delta Zeta; Cap and Gown, Pres.; Sigma Tau Delta; FTA; Science; Who ' s Who. WILLIAM WALTER WOLF A.B. Religion New Freedom, Pa. Kappa Delta Pi; FTA. WILLIAM HUBERT WRIGHT B.S. Industrial Arts Lakeland, Fla. FTA; Industrial Arts Club. ■■Mb • ■ . • ♦ THE SENIORS RICHARD LEE YATES B.S. Mathematics West Palm Beach, Fla. FTA; Variety Players; Kappa Delta Pi. DAVID MITCHELL YEAGER B.S. Business Sebring, Fla. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Treas. TY M. YONEYAMA B.S. Business Administration Tokyo, Japan Pi Gamma Mu; International Club; The Cosmos, Editor. WILLIAM S. ZUBER B.S. Business Administration Richmond, Ind. J. V. Basketball; Varsity Basketball; Theta Chi, Sec; Intramurals. KENNETH L. ZULICK A.B. Art Pine Grove, Pa. Kappa Pi; Vagabonds; FTA. Senior «cJ unce TTT W " ' T ' .TFT 46 4 » ' JUNIOR OFFICERS ED JUDSON .President MARY ALICE GRIMES Vice-President LEE BUFFO Secretary-Treasurer MARY CARLO Senator ■» • jfl ill. ARDEN E. ANDERSON Avon Park, Fla. JO-ANN E ANDERSON Lantana, Fla. ROLAND H . ANDERSON Lakeland Fla. STUART L. ANDERSON Homewoo d, III. THEODORE H. ALLEN Anna Maria, Fla. PRISCILLA J. ATWOOD Deland, Fla. LYNWOOD BEDER New York, N. Y. BRYAN S. BELCHER Orlando, Fla. BETTY J. BRANSCOMB Orlando, Fla. JOAN E. BURR Lake Worth, Fla. DL JUNIORS JOHN M. CALLAWAY Bradenton, Fla. FRANK CAMPISI Tampa, Fla. ROBERT K. CANTWELL Clermont, Fla. MARY E CARLO Miami, Fla. ROBERT J. CARMITCHELL Lancaster, Pa. FRANK D CARTER Asheville, N. C. ANTHONY M. CARUSONE Amsterdam, N. Y. JAMES S. COCKCROFT Maracaibo, Venezuela WILLIAM COVELL New York, N. Y. MONICA K. DARLING Sarasota, Fla. OL JOAN DEDMAN Washington, D. C. LAWRENCE E. DENSLOW Tampa, Fla. SUANNE DICKENSON Lakeland, Fla. JO ANN DIXON Tampa, Fla. JAMES W. DUGAN Oak Park, III. RUTH ELLIS Emporia, Va. NANCY R. FARMER St. Petersburg, Fla. GARY R. FARRAR St. Petersburg, Fla. OUIDA L. FIELDS Avon Pork, Fla. RENATTA T. FILEWICZ Clearwater, Fla. JUNIORS ROY A. FISKE Lakeland, Fla. CHARLES P. FLORES Hollyhill, Fla. ANNE FOUST Owensboro, Ky. ANNE R. FOY Tampa, Fla. EDUARDO GAVIRIA, JR. Manizales, Colombia JERROLD GOLDSTEIN Newark, N. J. MARY ALICE GRIMES Clarksburg, W. Va. ROBERT J. GUTERMAN Great Neck, N. Y. RICHARD V. HAESELER Brooklyn, N. Y. PATRICIA L. HARWOOD Tampa, Fla. 5A, RAYMOND E. HASKELL Lakeland, Fla. EARL W. HAWKINS Plant City, Fla. JOICE HAYDEN Galion, Ohio NANCY R. HENLEY Arcadia, Miss. ANN F. HENNESSEY West Palm Beach, Fla. MARVIN P. HENRICH Detroit, Mich. JOHN E. HENSHALL Lakeland, Fla. ROBERT M. HERMANSPAN Yonkers, N. Y. HOWARD A. HOLLANDER Orange, N. J. JO ANN HUSSEY Lakeland, Fla. JUNIORS HUGH J. JOHNSON Plont City, Flo. BETTY LEE JOHNSTON Nokomis, Flo. FRANCIS E. JONES North Arlington, N. J. EDWARD G. JUDSON Newburgh, N. Y. DAVID R. KEMPER Belle Glade, Flo ANN W. KOCH Lake Wales, Flo. IRWIN KOLIKOFF Bronx, N. Y. THOMAS M. KORTH Kansas City, Mo. GARRY E. LENT Port Montgomery, N. Y. MARGARET R. LEROY Boca Grande, Fla. t t OL -■-.. BARBARA J. LINVILLE Raleigh, N. C. JAMES C. LOGAN Pulaski, Va. RUTH M. LUX Ashton, III. KATHRYN A. MARONL Sarasota , Fla. JUNE M. MATTESON Binghamton, N. Y. delores s. Mcknight Starke, Flo. JOAN J. McLACHLAN St. Ignace, Mich. JOSEPH J. MEYERS Pittsfield, Mass. MARIE MIXON Dothan, Ala. ADDIE V. MORRIS Tampa, Flo. JUNIORS NANCY L. MORROW Miami, Flo. JOSEPH E. MYERS St. Petersburg, Fla. BROOK NELSON Mamaroneck, N. Y. NANCY NEWCUM Cleveland, Okla. LOUISE NICHOLS Wilmette, III. WILLIAM C NORTON III Jacksonville, Fla. RALPH D. NYBAKKEN Chicago, III. ANTONIO ORTEGA Havana, Cuba ROSALIE OUGHTERSON West Palm Beach, Fla. SUSAN H. OWENS Roanoke, Ala. , t t • OL PEGGY A. PADGETT Wildwood, Flo. THOMAS J. PATTERSON Olney, Pa. ALVA C. PIPKIN Mulberry, Fla. JAMES A. POLSON Pittsburgh, Pa. JO ANN POOLE Brevard, N. C. BETTY ANN POUND Cocoa, Fla. JOSEPH F. PRICE, JR. CHARLES W. PUGH PATRICIA A. QUALLS Tampa, Fla. LOREN S. RAY Barnardsville, N. C. JUNIORS RAE ARLENE REED Sockets Harbor, N. Y. ROBERT L. REID, JR. Jacksonville, Fla. ELEANOR D. ROBBINS Sebastian, Fla. GWENDALYN M. ROBERTS Grovelond, Fla. CHARLES ROBERTSON Hawthorne, N. J. MARCIA ROLAND Park Ridge, III. SUZANNE ROSE West Palm Beach, Fla. PATRICIA L. ROSS Lakeland, Fla. FRANK A. SAUER West Palm Beach, Fla. ROBERT F. SEARCY Lakeland, Fla. irk jk . : . J 5K. CYNTHIA A. SLATER Maplewood, N. J. GERALD A. SLAVIN Hyannis, Mass. MARY C. SLOAN St. Petersburg, Fla. JOHN J. SMITH Oak Park, III. JUNE L. SMITH Linesville, Pa. WILLIAM D. STANLEY Connersville MARIAM D STARNES Poulan, Ga. LUTHER T. TAYLOR Winter Haven, Fla. BOB P. TEUTSCH Arlington Heights, III. JOSEPH J. TONOLE Dumont, N. J. JUNIORS GEOFFREY U. UYEHARA Tokyo, Japan c KURT G. VOSS McHenry, III. JEANNE C. WARNER Tampa, Flo. ROGER R. WELCH Leverette, Mass. JAMES M. WELLS Orlando, Fla. HERBERT G. WILSON, JR. Cranford, N. J. VELMA LEE BUFFO Millburn, N. J. JESSIE FREELING Miami, Fla. ROLAND VANZANT Jacksonville, Fla. ' •:• • ' :■ • M-m ■L ii • ' - A § P SDPHDMDRE OFFICERS t • s • » : f k 5L S D P H RICHARD B. ADAMS Old Greenwich, Conn. NANCY A. AMIS Lake Wales, Fla. JOANNE P. ANTONS Marine City, Mich. JUDITH M BEACH Stuart, Fla. FRANCIS J. BERCKMAN Chester, Pa. JOAN E. BLEDSOE Winter Park, Fla. BILLY F. BOYD Lakeland, Fla. FRANCES H. BRADFORD Tampa, Fla. RONNIE T. BRASWELL Lakeland, Fla. ARTHUR P BUHRMAN St. Augustine, Fla. ROBERT H. BUTZ Orlando, Fla. JOHN P. CADE Seville, Fla. OMA L. CADY Skancateles, Fla. SHIRLEY J. CANTWELL Clermont, Fla. ADAM J CARLTON Tampa, Fla. OMDRES ARTHUR D. CARSWELL Spring Lake, N. C. ANITA J. CLEARY St. Petersburg, Fla. PARAVON, CAMLEKCIER Ankara, Turkey WILLIAM H. COMPTON Miami, Fla. DONALD M. CONRAD Hohokus, N. J. LAWRENCE G CORBEY Huntington, Long Island, N. Y. LUCY A. CROFT Hernando, Fla. BEVERLY J. CUNNINGHAM Plant City, Fla. JOYCE E. CURRY Tampa, Fla. NANCY L. DARRAGH Chicago, III. LIANA F. DAVILA San Juan, Puerto Rico LEE A. DAVIS Sarasota, Fla. NORMAN A. DAVIS Bradenton, Fla. DOROTHY A. DEAL Goldenrod, Fla. FRANK G. DEO Flushing, N. Y. ♦ ♦ ■ • ZL S D P H CAROL J. DICKSON Kewanee, III. MARILYN L. DILL University City, Mo. EDWARD L. DINKINS, JR. Valdosta, Ga. CHARLES W. DOUGLAS Lakeland, Fla. JOHN C. ELLIS West Palm Beach, Fla. DONALD FISHER West View, Pa. WALTER J. FITZGERALD North Chatham, N. Y. GEORGE W. FLACK, JR. Winter Haven, Fla. MAURICE E. FLEURY New Auburn, Me. WALTER J. FRANZ Merrick, N. Y. GILBERT G. FRYER Livingston, N. J. WESLEY H. FRYER Livingston, N. J. JOSEPH R. GARRISON Myrtle Beach, S. C. ROBERT D. GEROY Manitowish Waters, Wis. HELEN L. GEWALT Racine, Wis. . " ■mm 1 D M R E S CHRISTINE M. GOODRICH Paramus, N. J. PATRICIA A. GRAVATT Nutley, N. J. JO GRUBER Clearwater, Fla. BETSY E. HALL Plant City, Fla. NORMA V. HASKINS Plant City, Fla. KEN HERNDON Jacksonville, Fla. JOYCE L. HODGSON Flossmoor, III. CARL E. HOON Kansas City, Kans. JOHN G. HOOTS Bellwood, III. BARBARA J HOWARD Clearwater Beach, Fla. NANCY E. HUGHES Washington, D. C. CAROLYN JIMERSON Corning, N. Y. EZRA H. JONES Lakeland, Fla. JAMES A. JONES Turkey Creek, Fla. THOMAS W. JONES Ormond Beach, Fla ♦ • ' " • • ' — Em — = DL soph JACQUELINE H. KARASIK New York City, N. Y. DAISY E. KENDRICK Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. BARBARA J. KENYON Canfield, Ohio MARGARET KILLARS Tampa, Fla. BETTY B. KING Bristol, Tenn. FRANCES L. KIRCHHOFF Paducah, Ky. GWEN LAND Pensacola, Fla. DORIS V. LANIER Jacksonville, Fla. LORELI A. LAVER Pontiac, III. JOHN K. LENHER Vero Beach, Fla. JUDY LEONARD Miami, Fla. JAMES E. LUCE Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. JOANNE M. LUZZO Chicago, III. GEORGE McCORMICK St. Petersburg, Fla. RITA MELERHOFF Clermont, Fla. D M R E S HAZEL A. MORGAN Savannah, Ga. LAURA D. MOSS Highland Park, II CHARLES H. MYER Lakeland, Fla. SEFIK E. NAYMAN Ankara, Turkey JUDITH B. OTT Spartanburg, S. C. MARTHA E. PAGE Miami, Fla. AMY K. PENDERGRASS Tampa, Fla. JANET J. PHILLIPS Lakeland, Fla. JULIANA PHILLIPS New Rochelle, N. Y. ALAN W. PLUMER Flushing, Long Island, N. Y. PATRICIA POWELL Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. ESTRELLA QUINTANA Cardenas, Cuba RICHARD L. REDMAN Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. ARTHUR A REPPENHAGEN Jacksonville, Fla. DAVID H. RICHARDS Lakeland, Fla. nimmPm « i A • ♦ ♦ ♦ i- " . 4 OL S D P H JACQUELINE A. RICKERSON Tampa, Fla. BERT RIDGERS Lakeland, Fla. DOROTHY L. ROBBINS New York City, N. Y. PATRICIA ROBERTS Lakeland, Fla. PRISCILLA ROBERTS Lakeland, Fla. ANITA F. ROGERS Winter Haven, Fla. HOWARD B. ROTHENBERGER Drexel Hill, Pa. JEAN A. RUBUSH Lake Hamilton, Fla. JOY F. RYNKSEL Waukegan, III. CARLENE J. SAWYER Cincinnatus, N. Y. HAROLD SCHREIBER New York, N. Y. CHARLES L. SELPH Lakeland, Fla. ALDEN C. SMITH St. Cloud, Fla. MARTIN P. SMITH Freeport, N. Y. WINNIE S. SMITH West Palm Beach, Fla. M D R E S EARLIENE L. SUMNER Fort Pierce, Fla. ARDIS J. TALLMADGE Cortland, N. Y. DOUGLAS, TAN Singapore, Malaya GLADIOLA G. TIN Brodenton, Fla. BARRY TULLY Hackensack, N. J. FIDELIA L. VARN Fort Meade, Fla. LUIS E. VEITIA Santa Clara, Cuba CONSTANTINE L. WAGNER, JR. Trenton, N. J. RUTH E. WAGNER Dunedin, Fla. BETTYE J. WALKER Pompano Beach, Fla. RICHARD M. WEAVER Tampa, Fla. JUDITH P. WHITE River Forest, III. KENDRICK D. WILLIAMS Lakeland, Fla. MARCELLA ZEIGLER Sarasota, Fla. MARIAN SHELFO Miami, Fla. %. 4iA FRESHMEN OFFICERS KARL KRUGER President DICK HARRIS Vice-President JEANNE HAYS Secretary-Treasurer HANK ROYSTER, LEWIS COULSEN . Senators 4 ' % HE F R E S H M A N C L A S s FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW JOSE JESUS ABASCAL Cuba GEORGE R. BALDWIN Newport, Del. ELIZABETH P. BOWLES Lynchburg, Va. JEAN BRENT ANDERSON Bradenton, Fla. JOSEPHINE G. BEARD Madison, Fla. DOROTHY E. BOYKIN Orlando, Fla. MARY ANDERSON Bronson, Fla. ELAINE BEASLEY Tampa, Fla. BARBARA SUE BOYLES Port St. Joe, Fla. RICHARD BRUCE ANDERSON St. Petersburg, Fla. WILFRED W. BEDER St. Petersburg, Fla. ELAINE H. BRACKATT Sarasota, Fla. CAROLYN ANNE ARTHUR Sarasota, Flo. SARA NELSON BISHOP Richmond, Va. JAMES E. BRIGNALL Downers Grove, III. BARBARA S. BAKER Tampa, Fla. CHARLES BYRD BLACKBURN Clearwater, Fla. SHIRLEY BROCKMAN Kingsport, Tenn. ♦ ♦ ' ♦ ♦ ' ■ of nineteen hundred and Hftu - two FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW PATRICIA RUTH BROWN Tampa, Fla. ENRIQUE A. CHAVIER Puerto Rico BETTIE ANNE COLLINS Tampa, Fla. BARBARA BRUSH Huntington, Long Island NELSON CIMO Tampa, Fla. JACQUELINE E. COLLINS Acushnet, Mass. BARBARA RUTH BUNCH Haines City, Fla. DALE P. CLARK Bronxville, N. Y. THOMAS CONCKLIN Bronxville, N. Y. WILLIAM EDWARD BURNS Molverne, N. Y. KATHLEEN HELEN CLARKE Evanston, III. COLLEEN ANN COOPER Chiefland, Fla. JAMES A. CAMPBELL Tallahassee, Fla. HARMON L. CLEMMONS Citra, Fla. CAROLEE ANN CORNELIUS Minneapolis, Minn. AUBREY ANNE CARROLL West Palm Beach, Fla. ELAINE J. COLLETT Madison, Fla. LOUIS H. COULSON Medellin, Colombia, S. A. f w w • V • ' . ' A ♦ ♦ ■ u t HE F R E S H M A N C L A S s FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW MARY JEAN COX Palmetto, Fla. BETTY ANN DEES Quincy, Fla. CHARLES B. ELLIOTT Ft. Myers, Fla. NAN COY Louisville, Ky. JACK B. DEWEY Palm Beach, Fla. JOYCE L. EVANS Tampa, Fla. JOHN K. CRAWFORD Sebring, Fla. JOEL H. DIAMOND Brooklyn, N. Y. EFFIE LU FAIRCHILD Minneapolis, Minn. MARY ANN CULWELL Fort Myers, Fla. MARIE LOUISE DICK Clearwater, Fla. BETSY J. FISHER Westwood, Mass. ROBERT S. DALBOW Swedesboro, Fla. ORRIN J. EATON Hyannis, Mass. MARY JANE FREEMAN Bradenton, Fla. HAROLD V. DAVIDS Englewood, Fla. WILLIAM ROY EDMUNDS Tallahassee, Fla. DONNA LEE GALLOWAY Daytona Beach, Fla. of nineteen hundred and Hfti4 - two FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW KAY GERBERICH BELLE CATHERINE HANCOCK BARBARA ANN HELLWIG Arlington, N. J. Lake Wales, Fla. Aruba, West Indies DAN DEWITT GRIFFIN BARBARA L. HAND WILLIAM HERRING Orlando, Fla. Dclroy Beach, Fla. Amsterdam, Ga. ISABELL FRANCES GRUNDY RICHARD D. HARRIS GENIVIEVE HOBBS Princeton, N. J. Connersville, Ind. Tampa, Fla. NANCY HADSELL JACK L. HARVEY ANNIS HORNESBY Tallahassee, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Atlanta, Ga. JOHN F. HAGEMEISTER JEANNE E. HAYS GEORGE E. HYER Scoring, Fla. Homestead, Fla. Orlando, Fla. MELODIE A. HAMILTON JUNE M. HEATH CATHERINE HUSSEY Jacksonville, Fla. Groveland, Fla. Lakeland, Fla. r ■ ' • • ' THE FRESHMAN CLASS FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW JOHN E. HUTSON Chiefland, Flo. RUTH JONES Haines City, Fla. STEPHEN 0. KING Miami, Fla. MARILIN INGRAM Jacksonville, Fla. PATRICIA JORDAN Tampa, Fla. KARL J. KRUEGER Stuart, Fla. ALFRETA INGLE Sebring, Fla. PATRICIA KARIUS Albany, N. Y. SAM T. LASTINGER Lakeland, Fla. HAZEL IRONMONGER Miami, Fla. LINDA B. KATZ Ossining, N. Y. NANCY E. LEHN Rockville, N. Y. CLOENE IRVINE Tampa, Fla. MARTHA KELLER Zephyrhills, Fla. CHARLES L. LESTER Havana, Fla. SUE ANN JACKLEY Charleston, W. Va. JAMES D. KING Ft. Pierce, Fla. MARY B. LETT Mishawaka, Ind. ■ Jt i t v IP, . I I p -% rre " o nineteen hundred and Hftu - two FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW JANET CORINNE LOWER MARJORIE J. MAYPOLE JOHN M. McGARY Fruitport, Mich. Oak Park, III. Connersville, Ind. KENNETH E. LUTZ ALICE C. McAULEY LONNIE N. McGUIRE Belle Glade, Fla. Perrysburg, Ohio Palmetto, Fla. PATRICIA LYMAN MARILYN E. McCLELLAN PAULA GAY McLAURIN Arlington, N. J Zephyrhille, Fla. Lakeland, Fla. DOUGLAS W. MacGREGOR HENRY C. McCULLOH DOROTHY B. McNEILL Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Sebring, Fla. Chipley, Fla. STAFFORD ALLAN MAURER PAULA J. McCOLLUM BARBARA R. MERTZ Wauwatos, Wis. Losantvillc, Ind. Eustis, Fla. PATRICIA A. MAXSON MARYANN McDONALD Canal Point, Fla. Tompa, Fla. • % .- sr i i H E F R E S H M A N C L A S s FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW HARRY C. MEYER Garden City, N. Y. ROBERT R. Oradell MULLAN N. J. LURLENE PACE LaBelle, Fla. CAROLYN MILLER St. Petersburg, Fla. HUGH LEE NATHURST Ft. Myers, Fla. NICHOLAS PALAMARA Brooklyn, N. Y. LEIDA F. MILES Jacksonville, Fla. ARCHIE B. NEWSOME Emporia, Va. CAROLE A. PEOPLES Tampa, Fla. NAN MILLER Buckhannon, W. Va. LUCRETIA New Smyrna . NORTON Beach, Fla. JOY E. PETERS Chicago, III. EUGENIA T. MOODY Orlando, Fla. PIONALD F Stuart ORDWAY Fla. LILA J. PETERSON Indian Rocks, Fla. BETTY T. MORRISON Stuart, Fla MARTHA Quinc, . OWENS , Fla. KENNETH A. PFEIL Maplewood, N. J. MmJKm of nineteen hundred and fifty two FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW PATRICIA L. PLOWMAN JOAN REVELS SAMMIE L. ROBINSON Gary, Ind. Palatka, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla. JOSE LUIS PRATS CAROL J. RILEY CARL W. ROGERS Pinar del Rio St. Petersburg, Fla. Winter Park, Fla. ELIZABETH R. PUGH DELANA H. RINEHART FRANK L. ROSENBERG Lakeland, Fla. Plainfield, N. J. Canal Point, Fla. ALICE A. RANDALL CARL M. ROBBINS BARBARA M. ROSS Lakeland, Fla. Ocala, Fla. Plainfield, N. J. ELLA M. REDFEARN JO ANN ROBINSON WILLIAM ROWLANDS Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Lakeland, Fla. Elm Grove, Wis. MARTHA C. REED JOHNNY A. ROBINSON HENRY G. ROYSTER Miami, Fla. Belle Glade, Fla. Millburn, N. J. THE FRESHMAN CLASS FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW SARA RUGG RHODA L. SCOATES BARBIE J. SHREFFLER Kingsport, Tenn. Jacksonville, Fla. Lake Geneva, Wis. MARIA L. RUIZ DOUGLAS W. SCOTT JUANITA A. SHRUM Venezuela Auburndale, Fla. Mishawaka, Ind. MARCIA A. SALAGE MARY T. SCOTT DAVID R. SIMS Flushing, N. Y. Arlington, Va. Canal Point, Fla. PHYLLIS A. SAULTER ELAINE K. SEIBERT FARLEY SNELL Penns Grove, N. J. Lakeland, Fla. New Jersey GERALD M. SCHACKMAN MERCEDES T. SERRALTA BETTY G. STALLINGS Babylon, L. 1. Havana, Cuba Tampa, Fla. BARBARA Z. SCHNEDLER WILSON E. SHERIDAR JOAN E. STEINAVER Minneapolis, Minn. Ottawa, Can. Bronx, N. Y. of nineteen hundred and fifty - two FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW JUNE M. STYRON JOHN S. UPHAM POLLY C. WHIDDEN Port Washington, L. 1. Tarpon Springs, Fla. Wauchula, Fla. LORRAINE C. SWEETLAND KHALEAH S. VANDERWATER DANIEL A. WILHELM Huntington, N. Y. St. Augustine, Fla. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. NATALIE A. THOMAS DOROTHY B. VAN DOREN PATRICIA J. WILLIAMS Lima, Ohio Morris Plains, N. J. Lakeland, Fla. WAYNE E. THOMAS MARYANN VOSKA ASDEN WOLF Venice, Fla. Lombard, III. Clermont, Fla. N. SUE THORNTON SHIRLEY N. WADDELL BENJAMIN T. WHITFIELD Palmetto, Fla. Lakeland, Fla. Perry, Fla. MARGARET E. TRAWICK JEAN WALWORTH Orlando, Fla. Millburn, N. J. , • .■ ■• •.♦ ♦ • ■ ' ■ t i ■• . TTT; THE FRESHMAN CLASS GEORGE C. WOMACK Belle Glade, Fla. JEAN L. WOODS Cocoa, Fla. CLIFFORD H. WRIGHT Highland Park, III. NANCY J. YOUNG Sanford, Fla. MARTHA URIBE Colombia ADMINISTRATIONS I ♦ • • MICHAEL ENGEL 19 51 CHANCELLOR DR. LUDD M. SPIVEY PRESIDENT SINCE 1925 ■ -■■ DR. CHARLES THRIFT DR. J. C. PEEL Vice President Dean THE ADMINISTRATION J. A. BATTLE Dean of Students DR. WILLIAM E. DeMELT ALTON KINDRED GEORGE H. MORRIS Registrar Bursar Director of Public Relations CORNING F. TOLLE Business Manager MARGARET ROGERS ERNEST A. LILLEY DR. ROBERT MacGOWAN Dean of Women Director of Attendance Dean of Chapel FLOYD G. ZIMMERMAN Chairman Arts Division ROBERT A. CHAPMAN Chairman Social Science Division ROY S. KISER Chairman Science Div sion JOHN D. BYRD Chairman H jmanities D vision DIVISION HEADS » ■• - ■ ■. . Pictured, left to right: Robert Celondcr Donna Stoddard Katherine Nunez ART THE F A C BUSINESS Pictured, left to right: Emily Hancock Mildred Drach Juanita Anderson Laura Clyatt Max Selig E. C. Knippers Walter Ropp George Hoffman m D f Pictured, left to right: William Lyle William McLean Walter Eddy CITRUS ULTY. EDUCATION Pictured, left to right: Lyle Niblock Sarah Coleman Sam Lasringer J. G. Ogden Richard Magoun . 4 • " ......,., ■zr v .• t •• - « Pictured, left to right, seated: Agnes Johnson Leslie Purcell Gail Potter Mildred Ibberson Standing: Ellis Racsly John D. Byrd Roger Whitener Warrene H. Fugitt Carl Ferner ENGLISH THE FAC HOME ECONOMICS Pictured, left to right: Carolyn Carselle Lotty Selig Pictured, left to right: Thomas Delia Cioppa Yvonne Goldsborough Charles Vannoy ULTY. LANGUAGE MUSIC Pictured, left to right: Robert Gayler Samuel Griffiths Charles Woodbury Helen Wood Barnum William Spivey Colin O ' More t -0 • - RELIGION Pictured, left to right: John G. Snyder Grace Snyder John Crerizinger THE F A C SCIENCE Pictured, left to right, seated: Bernhard Reinch Ruth Terry R. S. Bly Standing: Hugh Mozingo Anthony Mustoe Rowland Hussey Roy S. Kiser Earl Smith Pictured, left to right Thomas Ford S. G. Coe A. F. Fugirr Edward Johnson Robert G. Richards SCIENCE ULTY. HOUSEMOTHERS Pictured, left to right, standing: Arrilissa Haskill Irbye Vann Caro Williams Pearl Hibble Isabel Walbridge Mae Baxter Seated: Alline Barber Eva Miller Murry Johnson Ethel Haley I J Left to Right, Standing: Henry G. Barnett, O. S. Weaver, Egbert A. Cose. Seated: Ada Homelryek, W. G. Fletcher, Carrie Foster, Juliana Jordan. Left to Right, Standing: J. A. Battle, Ernest A. Lilley. Seated: Elaine B. Minnis, David Readick. FACULTY Left to Right: James B. Lease, Samuel W. Luce, Charles Sutherland. ORGANIZATIONS r »x. HMI HH H SENATE FRANK CARTER President PAUL HEALY Vice-President KATHY MARONE Secretary-Treasurer INTER - FRATERNITY COUNCIL OFFICERS HAROLD VAN ARSDALE President RAY DYER Vice-President NICK TIPALDO Secretary HAL WATERS Treasurer PROFESSOR D. READDICK Advisor DEAN J. BATTLE Advisor " Coordination through organization " is the by-word of the Interfraternity Council. Established as a coordinating unit among fraternities to cooperate with individual fraternities and the administration, it has achieved gratifying results by promoting good-will and understanding. The Interfraternity Coun- cil is composed of one elected representative from each fraternity. W S G A OFFICERS SUZAN ROSE President JO ANN DIXON Secretary BETTY ANN POUND Treasurer MARY EVELYN HOLIDAY Sergeant-at- Arms ARLENE THOMAS Fire Chief DEAN MARGARET ROGERS Advisor An indispensable factor in campus life, Women ' s Student Government Association is the governmental organization which carries out rules to uphold the standards of the college. Composed of representatives from the dormi- tories and sorority houses, it undertakes an endless assortment of tasks each year. PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL OFFICERS MARY CARLO President MARY ALICE GRIMES Vice-President BETTY JOHNSTON Secretary JANE KILGORE Treasurer DEAN MARGARET ROGERS Advisor With the objective of coordinating the activities and organizing the cooperative programs among the sororities, the Pan Hellenic Council provides better understanding among the organizations for women. It is made up of the president and two other members of each sorority. Those students who have shown promise of future usefulness to business and society and have proved themselves the campus leaders are to be included in the yearly publication, " Who ' s Who Among American Universities and Colleges. " WHO ' S WHD in amencan universities an itii id colle eaeS The following candidates were selected for their scholarship, service, and leadership: Rose Allegato, Arlene Thomas, Nick Tipaldo, Carl Teutsch, Jan Bloempoort, Marie Bond, Margaret Bryan, Patsy Drennan, Ray Dyer, Art Falls, Paul Healy, William Frazer, William Fisackerly, Robert Hamilton, Margaret Hubbard, Linda Lashley, Robert Kerr, Marjorie Lilley, Charles Pugh, George Raymond, Carl Schuler, Corning Tolle, Joan Turbett, Harold Van Arsdale, and Eloise Whitehead. CAP AND GOWN Stimulating mental achievement by the prize of membership, Cap and Gown emphasizes scholarship in the thought of the student. Members of this senior women ' s honorary are selected in recognition of their leadership, scholarship, loyalty, and achievement. 9 OFFICERS ELOISE WHITEHEAD President JOAN TURBETT Vics-Presider.t MARJORIE LIMEY Secretary LINDA LASHLEY Corresponding Secretary ; ■ DMICRDN DELTA KAPPA OFFICERS WILLIAM FRAZER President J. GORDON OGDEN Vice-President PROFESSOR R. ELDERKIN Secretory- Treasurer PROFESSOR J. OGDEN Adyisor Charter, leadership, and scholarship: these are the words that have be- come a living part of our campus activities through Omicron Delta Kappa emissaries. No matter what their field of study, their work is predominated by the love of learning. They are the ones who find time to serve and give of their knowledge ODK is one of the most aspired after men ' s honoraries at FSC L f ■ PI GAMMA MU OFFICERS JOHN COLLINS President BILL COGAN Vice-President MARJORIE LILLEY Secretary PROFESSOR R. RICHARDS Treasurer Professor S. LASTINGER Advisor To stimulate and intensify the interest of students in the field of social science is the aim of Pi Gamma Mu. Sociability, service, and sacrifice are three of the high ideals set up by members of the national social science honorary fraternity. OFFICERS JACKIE EARL President MRS. JEAN GRUNDY . . Secretory-Treasurer NANCY BOOKER Social Chairman JEAN WARNER Editor BARBARA WARNE . . . . Social Chairman MRS. DONNA STODDARD Advisor KAPPA PI Encouraging eminent professional achievement, Kappa Pi raises the standards of productive, artistic work among the students. This national honorary art fraternity is open to both men and women and recognizes poten- tial and professional ability. EPSILDN DELTA PI Better known as the National Collegiate Players, Pi Epsilon Delta is the national honorary fraternity devoted to the betterment of dramatic arts. This group is responsible for the dramatic production given during Founder ' s Week. MINIMI OFFICERS BOB HAMILTON President LESLIE JAMESON Secretary-Treasurer MISS GA IL POTTER Advisor ' - ' ■ • V f.-fjf. OFFICERS NICK TIPALDO President HOWARD KIDDER Vice-President JOYCE FINSON Secretary MICKEY CROUSON .... Asst. Secretary HAROLD RELOS Treasurer PROFESSOR J. BYRD Advisor SIGMA TAU DELTA Uniting students of high scholastic standards in English, Sigma Tau Delta is the national English honorary fraternity. The purpose of this organization, whose membership is given on the basis of a " B " average in twelve semester hours in literature, is to stimulate creative writing. SIGMA RHQ EPSILQN This professional fraternity for all majors and minors in religious educa- tion acquaints their members with his chosen profession. SRE, " Servants of Religious Education, " aims at assisting and supporting the programs of the local church. OFFICERS MARGARET BRYAN President DAISY KENDRICK Vice-President PAT ROBERTSON . Secretary-Treasurer JENORA WEI MER Publicity MRS. J. SNYDER Advisor GAMMA SIGMA CHI OFFICERS ROLAND VANZANT President HENRY SCHMIDT Vice-President ROSS DENSLOW Secretary BILL DENNIS Treasurer GEORGE McCORMICK Chaplain PROFESSOR J. SNYDER Advisor To promote religious activity on campus is the main objective of Gamma Sigma Chi. This professional fraternity for all majors in religion attempts to " make Christ a living reality of campus. " Together they experience fellow- ship and religious worship as they work to help any worthy cause that comes their way. . ' - . ' . » . ' ., 4 KAPPA DELTA PI OFFICERS J. GORDON OGDEN, III President BARBARA GUNNING Treasurer Kappa Delta Pi, national honorary fraternity for those who are outstand- ing in the School of Education, encourages a higher degree of devotion to social service by fostering high intellectual and personal standards during the period of preparation for teaching and recognizes outstanding service in the field of education. Those students who exhibit adequate personal qualifi- cations, worthy educational ideals and sound scholarship are given the honor of membership in Kappa Delta Pi. FUTURE TEACHERS DF AMERICA OFFICERS ELMER JOHNSON President J. GORDON OGDEN, III Vice-President MARY EVELYN HOLIDAY Secretary BETTY STEPHENS Treasurer Future Teachers of America or " FTA " as it is commonly known is the largest student organization on campus. It was organized to establish a greater understanding of the problems of education and to give practical experience to those who are studying to be teachers. ■ : 4 .; t t i t » ) MIKE CLUB OFFICERS MR. H. BULLOCK President JOHN COLLINS Vice-President JOAN BLEDSOE Secretory BILL FELTON Treasurer MR. KOVALSIK Publicity Chairman MISS GAIL POTTER Advisor Providing valuable experience for members of the radio classes who wish to further their interests in radio production, this club is under the capable direction of Miss Gail Potter. Admittance is through try-outs of voice testing and radio dramatic ability. C H D R U S OFFICERS JOAN DEDMON President ED CARLTON Vice-President DAISY KENDRICK Secretary-Treasurer LARRY DENSLOW Librarian MARK WEAVER Business Manager PROFESSOR CHARLES WOODBURY Director Proving itself worthy of all acclaim, the Florida Southern Chorus has sung itself into the hearts of everyone. We recognize Professor Woodbury ' s efforts as some of the most ad mir- able on campus. His chorus has developed a higher standard of musical appreciation within the student body through their accomplished presenta- tions and by sharing their wealth of music they have provided us with many enjoyable moments. ORCHESTRA OFFICERS MAURICE FLEURY President JERRY SLAVIN Vice-President PRISCILLA ATWOOD Secretary BELLE HANCOCK Librarian PROFESSOR SAMUEL GRIFFITHS Director There is magic in that small white stick, that baton. Watch it with a single rap call the jumbled conversation of players and instruments into silence; watch it with a single compelling arc in the air, weld the voices of many instruments into one voice. There is magic in that small white stick — or in the hand that wields it. Every bit the orchestra conductor, Professor Samuel Griffiths is the unify- ing agent; his is the hand that brings in one movement perfect harmony from the orchestra. The orchestra is his creation; he has made it with those articu- late, knowing hands. Through the years he has held it together, a hard work- ing group whose labors are appreciated by the whole campus. V ■ t • ' QUARTER CENTURY CLUB OFFICERS FRANK JONES President TONY CARUSONE Vice-President HOWARD KIDDER Secretary JOHN HOOTS Treasurer MARK OHNIKIAN Sergeant-atArms BILL DRAPER Athletic Director A comparatively new organization on campus is the Quarter Century Club, which has as its membership requirement twenty-five years of age. Founded in 1951, this organization is for the more mature and distinguished type of student. SDUTHERNETTES An active representation in campus activities is provided for all non- sorority girls through this vital organization. Under its new name, " The Southernettes, " it has made rapid strides toward growth and activity this year. OFFICERS SAMMIE ROBINSON President JACKIE STYRON Vice-President CAROLYN KILLEE Secretary-Treasurer NAN COY Social Chairman MARY SCOTT Publicity Chairman ROSALIE OUGHTERSON Athletic Director MISS LYSLE NIBLOCK Advisor t . " .- • INTERNATIONAL CLUB OFFICERS GEOFFREY UYEHARA President JO ANN DIXON Vice-President BURTISS BOND Secretory ANTONIO ORTEGA Treasurer DEAN MARGARET ROGERS Advisor ADA HAMELRYCK Advisor Promoting an intelligent interest in world affairs, the International Club is helping to forge a link in the chain of world peace. Their purpose is to learn to understand the actions and feelings of people in other countries. ♦ ♦ ' VAGABOND S. OFFICERS LESLIE JAMESON President JOHN COLLINS Vice-President NORMAN PATTON Treasurer ANNE FAUST Secretary DOT DEAL Social Chairman BOB HAMILTON Asst. Social Chairman MISS GAIL POTTER Director Under the able direction of Miss Gail Potter, this group of " almost profes- sional " actors and actresses presents plays of Broadway standard. Any mem- ber of the student body who is interested in drama, stage design, lighting, or make-up will be welcome in the Vagabonds. t ■ " t ■ CITRUS CLUB OFFICERS BILL WAKEMAN President BILL CROSSMAN Vice-President HARRY HOLMAN Secretary-Treasurer MR. W. B. McLEAN Advisor MR. W. R. LYLE Advisor To further interest in the citrus industry is the purpose of this new organ- ization of citrus majors and minors. Activities of the club include field trips and an annual banquet. OFFICERS JOHN HENSHALL President VERNE WILSON Vice-President JOSEPH GEROSE Secretory- Treasurer CHARLES ASH Socio Chairman DON LILLEY Publicity Chairman MR. FLOYD ZIMMERMAN .... Advisor INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUR Discussions, socials, and demonstrations of all phases of shop work are the main activities of this group of Industrial Arts majors and minors. HOME ECONOMICS CLUR To provide practical experience through self-initiated group work and to sponsor frequent discussions of topics relating to the various fields in social science are the main objectives of the Home Economics Club. Membership involves obligations of loyalty to the ideals promoted by the American Home Economics Association. wvj . OFFICERS MONICA DARLING President RENNICE FILEWITZ .... Vice-President BETTY JOHNSTON Secretory JACKIE EARL Treasurer PATSY ROSS Social Chairman JUNETISON Publicity Chairman MRS. MAX SELIG Advisor MISS CAROLYN CARSELLE .... Advisor t ' » ■• ' • h « ' _••. BAPTIST STUDENT UNION Having its social and intellectual side as well as its religious one, the Baptist Student Union provides fun and fellowship with many serious hours of religious study for its members. OFF C E R S Don King, President; Arlene Thomas, Vice- President Nancy Morrow, Second Vice- President; Hazel Morgan, Secretary- Treas- urer; Sammy Lastinger, Social Co-Chairman; Marge Maypole, Social Co-Chairman; Jo Ann Dixon, Devotional Chairman; Barbara Shref- fler. Publicity Co-Chairman; Jean Woods, Publicity Co-Choirmon; Jo Ann Robinson, Extension Chairman; Polly Whidden, Pianist; Elizabeth Brown, Promotion Chairman; Pro- fessor S. Lastinger, Advisor; Mrs. J. C. Per- menter, Secretary of Baptist Student U nion. F I C E R S JERRY GOLDSTEIN President SAM SHANKER Vice-President RITA GROSSGOLD Secretary-Treasurer MR. and MRS. MAX SELIG Advisors H I L L E L Hillel strives to be " a home away from home " to the Jewish students on campus. This organization provides social, cultural, and religious activities for its members and teaches them the best of Jewish traditions. Hillel serves as a representative of the Jewish faith on campus. METHODIST STUDENT MOVEMENT MSM offers to Methodist students a shrine of worship, a training school for churchmanship, and a sense of commitment to religious living. It also provides fellowship and recreation for its members and serves as an alliance of the student with the church. OFFICERS JIM WIGGINS President BILL COMPTON Vice-President JUNE HEATH Secretary LEIDA MILES Worship Chairman C. W. ROGERS .... Recreation Chairman CLCENE IRVINE, ED CARLTON Refreshment Co-Chairmen NANCY HADSELL . . . Publicity Chairman JEANIE ANDERSON, PASCO CADE Evangelism Co-Chairmen DR. CHARLES THRIFT Advisor REV. J. J. ROOKS Advisor W ' " « BOB KERR First Semester Editor-in-Chief CARL F. FERNER Faculty Advisor FRANK CORRiGAN Second Semester Editor-in-Chief THE SOUTHERN A LONG COMEDY IN TWO ACTS First Act: In the Journalism Room Tuesday is the deadline. The room is jammed with wild-eyed students writing or tracing down stories. Copy is rushed to the printers. Curses are pro- nounced on delinquent reporters. Columnists rush in and out. Front page make-up is checked. Second Act: In the Printing Office Late stories pour in. More curses are pronounced on delinquent reporters. The paper rolls off the press. A large majority of the staff has survived. COPY EDITORS ADVERTISING STAFF E. W. Bowen, J. Kovalsik Dick Haeseler, Bob Harn, Gary Fairer STAFF WRITERS Tom Patterson, Shirley Waddell, Howie Smith, Jo Ann Hussey, Marcia Roland, Nancy Hadsell, Sam Shanker, Dick Fagan KURT G VOSS Business Manager GARY FARRAR TOM PATTERSON Staff Writer ♦ ♦ • ' " • ' L f. r . ' " 4 • ♦ -• LEE BUFFO Editor-in-Chief ERNEST A. LILLEY Faculty Advisor JOHNNIE ROBINSON Business Manager INTERLACHEN STAFF Someday this campus will be living in an epoch of peace. We hope that then you will dust the covers of this book and glance through its pages — letting memories of this great year return to you and appreciating more the peace in which you live. NANCY HADSELL Organization Editor DARBARA HOWARD Class Editor JOYCE HAYDEN Art Editor KARL KRUEGER R.O.T.C. ARDEN ANDERSON Faculty Editor ■ - I ■ I % «w BARBARA WARNE JACK COPPLAND ERNESTINE REDDICK ISABEL GRUNDY » . • ' ■ ■ ? t RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CDRP 124 MAJOR GENERAL EDWIN P. PARKER, The Provost Marshal General PRESIDENT LUDD M. SPIVEY 125 GLENN G. DICKENSON Co one , M.P.C. Colonel Dickenson, a veteran of the famous 5th Armored Division in World War II, was assigned to F.S.C. from Korea, where he was in command of Prisoner of War Camps. He is the Professor of Military Science and Tactics, and the Commanding Officer of the R.O.T.C. at F.S.C. 126 R. D. T. C. The R.O.T.C. at F.S.C. was initially established as a Military Police Corps unit in May of 1951. Colonel Glenn G. Dickenson was assigned as Commanding Officer of the new unit and Major John T. Stansill was detailed as Assistant Profes- sor of Military Science and Tactics. Since Florida Southern had never had any type of military unit before, there was a great deal of work to be com- pleted before school opened and the program started. The old Arts Building was reconverted to army specifications and became the " Little Pentagon. " Thousands of dollars of government equipment began to arrive on the campus, and plans were completed for an anticipated enrollment of 250 cadets. In August, Captain Lewis O. Giuffrida was assigned to the R.O.T.C. unit after his return from Korea, and the military teaching staff was completed. M Sgt. Marvin Beaman, a veteran of 27 years in the Regular Army was detailed as Sgt. Major of the unit, and Sgts. Wilson, Beheler and Sim- mons were assigned by the Department of the Army. All of the officers and enlisted men are members of the Regular Army. The cadets are organized as an M. P. battalion, and the effects of the military training can al- ready be seen in the military bearing of the R.O.T.C. cadets. 127 VWW Major Stansill was assigned to F.S.C. from the Provost Marshal General ' s Center in Georgia. A veteran of 12 years in the Reg- ular Army, Major Stansill served in Europe during World War II and saw action in many campaigns. JOHN T. STANSILL Major, M.P.C. LOUIS 0. GIUFFRIDA Captain, M.F.C. Captain Giuffrida was assigned to F.S.C. from the combat zone in Korea, where he was a company commander in the famous 7th Infantry Division. During World War II, Captain Giuffrida was an officer in the U.S.M.C. and served in the Pacific Theater of operations. 128 Left to Right: Captain Guiffrida, Colonel Dickenson, Jackie Earl, Page Watson. I redentation of the CD-ED LT. COLONEL of tL R. 0. T. C 129 HDNDR GUARD HONOR GUARD COMMANDER— EDWARD BATTEY III HONOR GUARD FIRST SERGEANT— DAVID S. WEEKS ADVISOR— CAPTAIN LOUIS 0. GIUFFRIDA The purpose of the Honor Guard is to assemble a select group of out- standing cadets into a Military Honor Society. It is also the purpose of the Honor guard to foster those qualities of character and integrity, which are the fundamental requirements of an Army officer and an American citizen. 130 R. D.T. C. INFDRMALS BAND INFDRMALS ■r; ! v f rn fir 1 MILITARY SNAPS I N F R M A L S GREEKS . a - c, r e ALPHA CHI OMEGA Alpha Chi Omega was founded on October 15, 1885, at DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana. It came to Southern as the first national sorority to be established on this campus, on November 13, 1936. Its purpose is the advancement of the intel- lectual, social, and moral culture of the members and in addition to these aims is included the furtherance and cultivation of the fine arts. There are 76 active chapters with the motto, " Together Let Us Seek the Heights. " Their flower is the red carnation and colors are scarlet and olive green. OFFICERS MARJORIE LILLEY President ANNE FOUST 1st Vice-President KATHY MARONE 2nd Vice-President LOUISE NICHOLES Corresponding Secretory LEE BUFFO Recording Secretary ARDEN ANDERSON Treasurer Big Joke!! BETA OMICRON CHAPTER 137 h ' il 4 ♦ ; ... ALPHA DELTA PI OFFICERS MARY ALICE GRIMES President JUDY LEONARD Vice-President JEANNE WARNER Treasurer CAROL DIXON Corresponding Secretary LORELI LAYER Recording Secretary This is truly a " centennial summer " for Alpha Delta Pi, the oldest national sorority for college women. It was chartered on May 15, 1851, at Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia, with a motto of " We live for each other. " The Gamma Gamma Chapter, one of 79 in the nation, was founded on this campus April 27, 1946, to promote and maintain the high scholastic, social and moral standards inspired by the traditions of the sorority. Their flower is the violet and their colors are blue and white. 138 GAMMA GAMMA CHAPTER ADPis at Home 139 4 ■i ALPHA DMICRDN PI Alpha Omicron Pi was founded on January 2, 1897, at Barnard College, Columbia University. It came to Southern in the form of the Kappa Gamma Chapter in 1946. The fraternity has a national philanthropic project of social service work in the mountains of Kentucky where it maintains a small hospital and medical facilities. Their color is cardinal and their flower is the Jacqueminot rose. OFFICERS MARGARET LeROY President BETTY LEE JOHNSTON Vice-President JACKIE RICKERSON Corresponding Secretary LESLIE JAMESON Recording Secretary MONICA DARLING Treasurer KAPPA GAMMA CHAPTER PLEDGES Why were you naughty? t ■ ■ ■■■■■ ■ ■■■■B DELTA ZETA OFFICERS TINKY HULL President DOT PARHAM Vice-President BARBARA WARNE Recording Secretory JUDY OTT Corresponding Secretory SUE ROSE Treasurer Delta Zeta ' s colors of old rose and vieux green have been firmly planted at Southern since December 6, 1936, when the Gamma Gamma Chapter was established here. The Delta Zeta national sorority was founded at Miami University, Ox- ford, Ohio, on October 24, 1902. The Killarney rose and the diamond are the flower and jewel of Delta Zeta; " The Lamp " is the national magazine. 142 BETA ZETA CHAPTER PLEDGES 143 BETA SIGMA DMICRDN O r MEMBERS and PLEDGES Beta Sigma Omicron was founded at the University of Missouri on December 12, 1888, and was installed here at F.S.C. on March 15, 1947. It was the second national sorority to sponsor a philanthropic project when, in 1913, it first contributed to Pine Mountain Settle- ment School in Kentucky. Prior to the installation on campus, BSO had left a mark on our campus when an alum- nae donated the money for the chapel. The sorority colors are ruby and pink; the magazine s " The Urn " ; and their motto is " Let us so live that the world may be better for our having lived in it. " Goodbye now We ' re gonna dance off bofh our shoes ' ! OFFICERS HARRIETT OWENS President JENORA WEIMER Vice-President HAZEL MORGAN Secretary JANE KILGORE Treasurer CARILDA HARLEY Warden 144 KNIGHTS ANONYMOUS MEMBERS and PLEDGES OFFICERS BUD FAXON President FRANK CAMPISI Vice-President DICK WOOD Treasurer GEORGE BOST Secretory Knights Anonymous is a new fraternal organization on campus, having been founded May 1 1, 1950, and is independent only in the sense that it is not affiliated nationally. Many of the large and active fraternities here have had beginnings like the Knights, so with a look into the future we include them on this page. ■» » LAMBDA CHI ALPHA EPSILON PHI CHAPTER Lambda Chi Alpha was founded in 1909 as a national fraternity. Since the founding of the original chapter at Boston University the fraternity has risen to a membership of 46,500 men in 137 chapters. It also maintains 91 alumni asso- ciations. The Epsilon Chi chapter is the oldest national fraternity on the Florida South- ern campus and as such has established itself as a pioneer in the various stages of fraternal development. They have the honor of being the first fraternity on the campus to own and operate their own chapter house. 147 ■■ ' • • ' PHI SIGMA KAPPA MEMBERS and PLEDGES Phi Sigma Kappa was founded in 1 873 at the University of Massachusetts and is a char- ter member of the national Inter-Fraternity Council. Today there are over 60 chapters with about 22,000 members. The local chapter was designated Omega Triton after being initiated from the local fraternity, Pi Alpha, on April 1, 1950. Their principles compare with Jeffersonian democracy in content with the outstanding one being that membership is open to any man regardless of race, religion or financial status. 148 OMEGA TRITON CHAPTER Kampus Kapers!! OFFICERS JOHN COLLINS President FRANK BLAKEMAN Vice-President BURT BOND Secretary ANTHONY ORTEGA Treasurer WILLIAM DINGWALL Sentinel ALBERTO BLANCO Inductor 149 yri ' 4 ' . PI KAPPA ALPHA OFFICERS BILL CROSSMAN President FRANK CARTER Vice-President STUART ANDERSON Secretory BOB CATWELL Treasurer MEMBERS This lively chapter of rebels, the Delta Delta, was chartered here in early 1947. It is one of 100 national chapters that contain 39,000 numbers and are connected with 72 alumni associations. They produced the gay and uninhibited " Pike Follies " each year at May- hall auditorium. Scenes from the 1951 show are produced on this page. 150 T DELTA DELTA CHAPTER PLEDGES - t PI KAPPA PHI OFFICERS ROBERT TISON President JIM NOBLE Treasurer RAY NESBITT Secretary 152 BETA BETA CHAPTER We ' re in Pi Kaps now, And not behind a plow. Here we sit like birds in the wilderness. The Beta Beta Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi has been on campus since 1948 when it was founded from a local group known as Phi Sigma Phi. Each year the Pi Kaps sponsor the Kampus Kapers, which is among the most popular of the college shows. The national fraternity was founded in Charleston, South Carolina, on December 10, 1904. The Red Rose is their flower, and Gold and White are the official colors. , . ' ■ ■■♦ •■ ♦•♦ " • : SIGMA ALPHA EPSILDN OFFICERS PAGE WATSON President ROBERT HAMELTON Vice-President CONSTANTINE WAGNER Secretary HOWARD SMITH Corresponding Secretory ROBERT GEORY Treasurer Placing scholarship, mutual understanding, and brotherly love at the top of the list, the Florida Gamma chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon has made its mark at F.S.C. It was installed here on November 12, 1949, and was Southern ' s eighth fraternity. The national fraternity was founded in 1856 at the University of Alabama and today has 127 chapters of which Florida Gamma is the most recent. It has the greatest number of members and of alumni a ssociations of all such national organizations. 154 FLORIDA GAMMA CHAPTER Home Sweet Hon , , t ' t " ' ■« SIGMA PHI EPSILDN OFFICERS RAY DYER President GENE MOLINARO Vice-President ROGER O ' BYRNE Secretary DAVE YEAGER Treasurer The seventh national fraternity to grace Southern ' s campus was Florida Delta of Sigma Phi Epsilon, installed in May of 1949. Born at Richmond College (now the University of Richmond) in November of 1901, the Sig Eps have grown to have 101 chapters with over 35,000 initiates and 71 alumni associa- tions. The fraternity ' s famed plan of finance is based on alumni control and supervision, budg- etry operation, sliding scale of assessments, is one of great value to the collegiate chapter. This plan has been known as the Purdue plan. The violet and rose are the fraternity flowers while the magazine of the Sig Eps is the " Journal. " 156 FLORIDA DELTA CHAPTER 4 • • • ' . .. it TAU EP5ILDN PHI TAU RHO CHAPTER OFFICERS ALEXANDER SOSIK Chancelor NICK TIPALDO Vice-Chancelor HAROLD SCHREIBER Bursar ARTHUR LODATO Corresponding Scribe On February 1, 1947, the Tau Rho chapter of the Tau Epsilon Phi frater- nity was established on the Florida Southern campus. TEP was the third national fraternity and the first to be founded on the principles of non- sectarianism. Since that initial entry on the FSCene, TEP has excelled in most of its undertakings. The TEP-HOP is the largest all-campus dance, and is always one of the year ' s most brilliant events. PLEDGES " TAU KAPPA EPSILDN BETA TAU CHAPTER MEMBERS and PLEDGES A national social fraternity, Tau Kappa Epsilon was founded in 1899 at Illinois Wesleyan University, and now has a membership exceeding 16,000. More than 90 TKE chapters have been formed throughout the U. S., Beta Tau having been activated in 1948 here on the campus. The Red Carnation Ball is Tau Kappa Epsilon ' s biggest event of the year, and it is traditionally free to all F.S.C. students. Another highlight is the Paris Underground party with its French atmosphere. The colors of TKE are cherry and gray and the red carnation is the official flower. Tex Beneke (center) becomes a Teke. mill OFFICERS DICK BOEHM President WALT FRANZ Vice-President PHIL STIGLEMAN Secretary GEORGE HIEBER Treasure, T H E T A CHI GAMMA DELTA CHAPTER OFFICERS H. W. VAN ARSDALE President HERBERT DYER Vice-President DON FISHER Treasurer WILLIAM ZUBER Secretory The encouragement of scholarship and a reputation as an all-round fraternity has marked the progress that Theta Chi has made on this campus since it came in 1946. As a national organization Theta Chi has 100 chapters, 34,103 members, and 47 alumni associations. The fraternity colors are red and white and the flower is the red carnation Taking an active part in all college functions, the Gamma Delta Chapter is living up to its motto: " Alma Mater first and Theta Chi for Alma Mater. " s CHR ftW suss " " Wo " Si " ' VOS5 ATHLET ICS -.» tr CHEERLEADERS PAT GRAVATT CAROLYN ARTHUR CAROL DIXON PEACHY LUZZO KATHY MARONE KATHY MARONE NANCY MORROW I y ' ■ 31 4ft 1 ■ | MEN ' S BASKETBALL TOP ROW, Left to Right: James B. Leore, Coach; Art Eberly, Jse Otto, Al Hoff, Nick Pellegrino, Robert Muilan, Fred Lapper, Mac Jellit. BOTTOM ROW: Vic Hackmen, Charles Singer, Gu; Storm, Bill Zuber, Hal Smeltsby, Robert Forrest. MEN ' S BASKETBALL BACK ROW: Fred Lapper, Art Eberly, Nick Pelegrino, Robert Mullan, Joe Otto, Bob Forrest. MIDDLE ROW: Jack Sangari, Don Buck, Gus Sturm, Bill Zuber, Hoi Smeltsby. BOTTOM ROW: Charles Senger, Coach Paul Holcombe, Vic Hackman. 164 MEN ' S CREW STANDING, Left to Right: Lou Coulson, John Leonard, Ray Kreikmier, Wes Fryer, Bud Bordon, Skip Abbot, Paul Locke, Gil Fryer. KNEELING: Paul Healy, Coswain. JcL-JwLLAiJ I t !t£ X f t , • BASEBALL Left to Right: George O ' Neil, Jay Stephens, Charles Selph, Dick Moses, Robert DeFonso.. Dan Weinburg, Jesse Noriega, James B. Leare, Coach. T 1 l ' i N FDDTBALL ALL STARS STANDING, Left to Right: Joy Stephens, Hoi Waters, Charles Selph, Bud Eston. KNEELNG: C. W. Rogers, Jim Hart, Charles Brown. t ■• 9 t 4 • t pn r y r ?% VOLLEYBALL VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS in ■■fiM£-£- ' .i INTRAMURALS KATHERINE MARONE MARY ANN VOSKA MEN ' S INTRAMURAL BOARD WOMEN ' S INTRAMURAL HOARD STANDING, Left to Right: Cynthia Slater, Lee Blackwell, Miss Lysle N. Block, Marge Maypole. SEATED: Arlene Thomas, Katy Clark, Norma H. Berwick, Pat Roberts. 173 • ■ WOMEN ' S BASKETBALL SCOOTER HOCKEY o FEATURES . ■ t » t t ■; ■« . ' ♦ :$ ' • ) MISS SOUTHERN FRANCES OUTLAW FOUNDERS WEEK THE QUEEN AND HER COURT. THE WINNING FLOAT. PRE-FOUNDERS WEEK CHILDREN ' S LITERATURE The Louise M. Spivey collection of children ' s books has brought a new interest to Florida Southern ' s students and faculty. m I ■ss m ♦♦- ' ♦ jjhh J (■ . ..» BOOKS ■ H 1 —- H 1 1 ittk . 1 " 1 ■■■ y ' V • , M6 . f iy lm ML mam WtT ' fML Fj i %mM - » w, 1 M ■-■ ■ - FLDRIDA SOUTHERN KAMPUS KAPERSo 1951 » ' . ■ ' » v AMERICAN CULTURE As Editor of the 1952 Interlachen I would like to take this opportunity to express my thanks to the Photographer, Mr. Harold Sanborn. Without his cooperation and unceasing efforts this book would never have been possible. LEE BUFFO, Editor-in-Chief. 185 FOR MEN— THjL HUB FOR WOMEN — IVllLLfcrfKo Iii Lakeland . . . Two Quality A Cordial Welcome from the LAKELAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE to FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE STUDENTS FACULTY WALTER A. ENGLE, President JOHN M. BRYSON, Manager ! LAKELAND French Dry Cleaners 112 W. Main Lakeland, Fla. ENGLE ELECTRIC The HOUSE of WESTINGHOUSE Lakeland Florida 186 FLORIDA STATE THEATERS ' Finest in Motion Picture Entertainment ' SANBORN PHOTO CENTER 110 S. Teim. Ave. Phone 37-242 A. G. KING PRODUCE CO. THE BEST 107 West Canno St. LAKELAND, FLA. J l S I l I i i S i i i 1 1 187 Compliments of 110 S. Ken Ave. LAKELAND ORANGE BLOSSOM GIFT SHOP i ! ( t ■ ' ■ • 4 ■ - » » Congratulations PUBLIX SUPER MARKETS " Florida ' s Finest Food Stores " MYRICK ' S MEN ' S STORE 113 S. Kentucky Ave. LAKELAND THE CADET for FINE FOODS " Doc ' s " LAKE MORTON SODA SHOP Dinner Specials — Sandwiches Fountain Service i ! i I ) i i i i I i ) j i i ! i i i i i l ) ! I i 188 GEO. L. GAINES Jeweler Telephone 24191 Way back when Mom and Dad were graduating, I was just beginning to learn of all the ways I could help around the home- Now, I ' ve received my diploma as a full- fledged, all-around Household Helper. The list of things I do to help you enjoy life is many times longer than it was 25 years ago. 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