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k J? ' M - « V I mam II II JMP ■ » • ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ CDLLEGE DF THE FUTURE FROM % it£ Weif COME THE LEADERS OF TDMDRRDW £ mu!i c °Uege.la % SHIRLEY Editor W A D D E L L ELMER ROUNDS Business Manager t Esplanade and Pavilion approaching E. T. Roux Library. uwuuotti- OF THE PAST MOLD US Lib rary. •♦ ' » " ' «S B- ■ ml " • ' .. - ffi G. Floyd Zimmermann Student Lounge. Administrative Offices. FOR THE FUTURE • ' ♦■ ■ • Sanctuary of the Annie Pfieffe? Chapel. Whs.-e the students gather . . . College Terrace AND PREPARES US FOR OUR PLACE Wing of Administration Building near the J. Edgar Wall Waterdome. f • " v it , - " 7 ' . ■■mMHB f ■ . BWMMBKL. - ■ 1 SCENE Top: Line of Seminars; Bottom; College Commons ::i DEDICATION This 1953 Edition of THE INTERLACHEN Is Dedicated Affectionately to DR. SAMUEL GWYNNE COE Professor of History and Political Science who for twenty-seven consecutive years has shared his wisdom and the rich- ness of his experience with our College and Community. As an outstanding authority in the fields of History and Government, particularly of the United States, he has made the past live vividly, objectively and constructively for hosts of young minds seeking enlightenment and inspiration. His professional and patriotic qualities are symbolized appropriately by the names of the two great seats of learning where he, as a student, sought the enobling gifts of Minerva, the Universities of Washington and Lee, and Johns Hopkins. pa Florida Southern College basks in a warm sun the year ' round, and an orange-scented breeze drifts about its organic structures. This is a scene of the Deep South. But the campus of Florida Southern is not the Deep South. It is the South, the North, the West, and the Mid-West. It is the Caribbean and the Far East, the Pacific and Northern Europe. It is the world, united. Its voice is the soft and melodious drawl, the clipped and rapid vernacu- lar, the strong and ringing twang. Its words are youthful and eager, hesitant and stammering, learned and pompous. It is the voice of young anticipation, of bold confidence, of a sudden spirited awareness of the newness and fullness of life. It is the voice of the traveled veteran, of the bored resident, of the sojourner, or of a stranger in a bewildering new land. Florida Southern ' s culture is a living, moving, changing thing. It is not static, for it is nameless and numberless. It is the heritage of colonial plantations and covered wagons on the western plains, yet it is as new and vigorous as the sidewalks of New York and the scream of the jet plane. It is as hard as a New England hickory nut and softly pliable as a Georgia peach. From the rice paddies of China to the beaches of Key West it gathers its ideas and customs, slowly absorbing and slowly disregarding. At Florida Southern the ideal of " one world " is becoming a reality. Students from many nations, with many diverse mores, hopes, purposes, ideologies and goals are assembled here. We do not understand the ways of each culture and nationality represented here, but we are learning vo. They do not understand us, but they are learning to. " They " are becoming " we. " We are all becoming one. The Fisher Memorial Temple, an imported Hindu shrine topped with a cross, symbolizes our almost universally common characteristic. It stands in the Garden of Meditation as a reminder that we are one people under j God. The temple, given to the college by Dr. Frederick B. Fisher, is al symbol of his matured belief that whenever the spirit of Jesus Christ was ■ truly represented, it would magnetize all people and all religions. He spent most of his adult life among peoples of other races and religions, preach- ing tolerance and understanding in a world of confusion and conflict. On the eve of ' Polk County Brotherhood Night, " Dr. Spivey, presidenj of Florida Southern College, uttered this appeal: " At this annual affair, manifest our practical interest in an idea and ideal, without which tk world can never attain either the expressed will of God, nor the d p yearning of men of good-will. Unless we have a united nation, we riall never be able to have a United Nations and, beyond that, the universal regard of each notion for all nations, all nations for each, community for community and man for man. Only through action can we bringrfibout understanding between the races and creeds which make up our b»loved land. If we in the United States can set this example, we shall deserve the leadership we owe to a world now in a nightmare of upheaval. " Dr. Spivey has taken direct steps to encourage students hod foreign lands to come to Florida Southern. The brotherhood or more than a dream and it is being proven here. It is a slow bt painful process. We are learning to be brothers of the world. Twenty-one flag poles line the J. Edgar Wall water dome on €he west campus. Twenty-one flags of different nations grace these poles orl special occasions, such as Founders Week. The flags fly as a salute to th many nations represented here. Florida Southern flies them in pride — ptde in being an instrument in the making of a world united in understanding ond brotherly love. ! I • • •♦■ • 1952 HONORARY CHANCELLOR CYRIL LORD London, England Belfast, Ireland 12 DUR PRESIDENT PRESIDENT MESSAGE TO THE INTERLACHEN The first time I wrote a message for our Inrerlachen, twenty-eight years ago, scarcely any of our campus buildings existed. It is even more difficult for me to realize that when I wrote that mes- sage scarcely any of the members of the Class of 1953 had come to earth! Whenever I walk across our campus, I think to myself as I see the students of today and the buildings of today how possible it is for environment to undergo rapid change. It is good that this is so, for it is of such stuff as dreams are made on. That we have done so much together indicates, as nothing else can, the spirit o fthe men and women who have walked where and as you have walked, and have cherished, as you have cherished, our College. You and they have shared in the satisfactions known only to builders This year ' s Interlachen symbolizes another milestone in our College ' s splendid ongoing, and I congratulate you whose hearts have been given to its creation, and skills to compilation. On its pages through the years will live our academic hearth and family as it was in 1953, as if, indeed, time had stopped. But we cannot afford the consequences of stopping We must move ahead to fulfill our mutual and dynamic dream — the completion of our building program, and the integration with it of all the those essentials, spiritual and material, which will consecrate and preserve it as the epitome of the educational and architectural ideal. LUDD M. SPIVEY, President 13 ♦ THE JAMES CLAUDIUS PEEL Dean DR. CHARLES TINSLEY THRIFT, JR. Vice-President CORNING FISK TOLLE Business Manager MARGARET SCOTT ROGERS Dean of Women GEORGE RETTIE, JR. Dean of Men ROBERT MacGOWAN Dean of Chapel 14 I I ADMINISTRATION ALTON KINDRED Bursar ERNEST A. LILLEY Director of Attendance WILLIAM D. SCHILLING Publicity Director VIRGINIA FALANA Endowment Secretary GEORGE H. MORRIS Public Relations Director PAUL WILLE School Photographer 15 DIVISION HEADS ROY STONE KISER Chairman Science Division G. FLOYD ZIMMERMANN Chairman Arts Division MRS. SNYDER Chairman Humanities Division ROBERT ADLER CHAPMAN Chairman of Social Science Division 16 FACULTY ARTS DEPARTMENT 4 ' V L, FINE ARTS RICHARD H. SALEWS Art Students League Los School American Art School National Academy Eastman School of Music University of Rochester DONNA M. STODDARD B.S., Florida Southern College MA., Pennsylvania State College GEORGE K. OLSON University of Minnesota Columbia University R. Salews, D. Stoddard, G. Olson INDUSTRIAL ARTS G. FLOYD ZIMMERMAN, JR. Ph.B., Dickinson Colletge S.T.B., M.R.E., Boston University LL.D., Florida Southern College L.H.D., Temple University FRANK P. SZABO B.S., Florida Southern College DAVID L. READDICK B.S., Florida Southern College M.A., Ohio State University G. Zimmerman, F. Szabo, D. Readdick 17 • ' • ' FACULTY BUSINESS DEPARTMENT First Row: J. Anderson, E. Hancock. Second Row: M. Selig, E. Knippers. JUANITA L. ANDERSON A.B., Concord College M.A., Columbia University GEORGE P. HOFFMAN B.S., University of Florida M.Ed., Duke University Ed.D., New York University LAURA N. CLYATT B.S., Florida Southern College M.A., Columbia University EDWARD C. KNIPPERS A.B., Louisiana State Noral College M.S., University of Arkansas MILDRED DRACH A.B., University of Colorado M.L., University of Pittsburg MAX J. SELIG B.C.S., New York University M.A., Florida Southern Colletge EMILY S. HANCOCK B.S., Stetson University M.A., New York University 18 FACULTY CITRUS DEPARTMENT WILLIAM F. JACKSON M.S., D.V.M., Michigan State College of Agricultural Applied Science THOMAS B MACK B.S.A., University of Florida WILLIAM R. LYLE B.S.A., M.S., University of Florida ROBERT C. WHITE B.S.A., M.S. A., University of Florida 19 ■♦•- ■♦ FACULTY EDUCATION DEPARTMENT First Row: M. Dodd, J. Ogdcn, J. Cretzinger. Second Row: C. Woodbury, O. Weaver HERBERT FRANCIS BLAIR B.S., Northwestern University M.A., Ph.D., Columbia University JOHN I. CRETZINGER A.B., Lebanon Valley College M.A., Pennsylvania State College Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh MAURICE R. DODD B.A., Ph.D., West Virginia University WILLIAM 0. FOSTER - A.B., Transylvania College B.D., Yale University M.A., Columbia University M.A., University of North Carolina Ed.D., University of North Carolina SAMUEL T. LASTINGER B.S.E., University of Florida M.A., Peabody College Ed.D., New York University JAMES J. ODGEN, JR. B.S., Lafayette University M.A., New York University OLNEY S. WEAVER B.S., Ohio University M.A., University of Chicago CHARLES A. WOODBURY, JR. B.S., Keene State Teachers College Ed.M., Ed.D., Boston University 20 FACULTY ENGLISH DEPARTMENT First Row: E. Fields, A. Johnson, W. Fugitt, L. Purcell, M. Ibberson. Second Row: R. Whirener, J. Byrd, H. Bornerr, C. Fields. HENRY G. BARNETT A.B., Emory University M.A., Columbia University CLAYTON FIELDS B.A., University of Florida ELINOR C. FIELDS ERNEST A. LILLEY B.H., Springfield College M.R.E., Hartford School Rel. Ed. HENRY M. BATTENHOUSE A.B., Baldwin-Wallace M.A., Ph.D., University of Denver A.B., Florida State University M.A., University of Florida LESLIE H. PURCELL A.B., M.A., Stetson University JOHN D. BYRD B.A., General B.A., Honors in French B.A., Honors in English, London University WARRENNE H. FUGITT A.B., Mississippi Southern College! M.A., Peabody College ELLIS L. RAESLEY A.B., Bucknell University M.A., Ph.D., Columbia University 1 MILDRED S. IBBERSON ROGERS V. WHITENER JOHN C. EGAN B.S., Lawrence College MA Columbia University B.S., Kent State University M.A., Western Reserve University AGNES JOHNSON A B . Louisiana Northwestern M.A., University of Colorado B.S., Appalachian State Teachers College M.A., University of Florida • 21 • " ■ • • " « t ♦ • • ' ,3J 1 r ft- FACULTY HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT E. Ellison. L. Selig THELMA H. ELLISON B S , Florida Southern College M.A., Columbia University LOTTY B. SELIG B.S., Hunter College 22 % " ■ « ♦ FACULTY LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT Y. Goldsborough C. Vonnoy, J. Jordan YVONNE GOLDSBOROUGH College D ' Aubigney Cher A.B., Florida Southern College M.A., Columbia Univetrsity ADA P. HAMELRYCK A.B., M.A., Florida Southern College C. WARREN HAWKINS Ph.B., Wesleyan University B.D., Drew University JULIANA JORDAN Konsular Akademie, Vienna Ph.D., University of Munich CHARLES A. VANNOY A.B., A.M., Drake University Ph.D., University of Iowa 23 ♦ FACULTY MUSIC DEPARTMENT First Row: C. O ' More, H. Basserman, C. Woodbury, R. Goylor. Second Row: W. Spivey, J. Vose, P. Goodman HANS BASSERMAN Studied in Berlin WILLIAM H. SPIVEY Graduate, Jullliard School of Music ROBERT GAYLER Student of Scharwenka, Petzet, Gram, Winterbotom, Guetory, Milcke, Witherspoon, Stern, and Jeannin PAUL R. GOODMAN A.B., B.M., Ottawa University JESSIE F. VOSE Conservatory of Music, University of Michigan B.S., Boston CHARLES A. WOODBURY Nationale Conservatoire, University of Montreal COLIN O ' MORE B.M., College of Music of Cincinnati; Studied with Jean De Reszke, Edmond Clement, Lucie, Fugere, Paris; Sir Arthur Fogge, London, Walter Keisewetter, New York. 24 FACULTY PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT W. Clipson, S. Luce FRANCES RIHERD Head of Women ' s Physical Education Department WILLIAM F. CLIPSON B.S., Troy State Teachers College M.A., University of Alabama Ed.D. Columbia University JAMES B. LEASE B.S., Florida Southern College SAMUEL W. LUCE B.S., M.A., Florida Southern College FRANCES RIHERD B.S., Florida State University M.A., Ohio State University 25 FACULTY RELIGION DEPARTMENT J. Snyder, G. Snyder ROBERT MocGOWAN A.B., M.A., Glasgow University B.D., Scotch Presbyterian Seminary, Glasgow Graduate Course, Philosophy, University ot London D.D., University of Pitsburgh Litt.D., Florida Southern College JOHN G. SNYDER B.A., University of Pittsburgh M.A., Columbia University Th.B., Union Theological Seminary GRACE L. SNYDER B.A., M.A., Florida Southern College CHARLES T. THRIFT A.B., A.M., B.D., Duke University Ph.D., University of Chicago 26 FACULTY SCIENCE DEPARTMENT First Row: E. Case, B. Reinsert, R. Terry, A. Mustoe. Second Rov R. Hussey, H. Mozingo, R. Kiser, J. Slater. ROBERT S. BLY B.S., Stetson University M.A., Columbia University Ph.D., Northwestern University EGBERT A. CASE A.B., A.M., Bates College M.A., B.D., University of Chicago RONALD F. HUSSEY A.B., University of Michigan M.S., Sc.D., Harvard University ROY S. KISER B.S., Madison College M.S., University of Virginia HUGH N. MOZINGO B.S., M.S., University of Pittsburgh Ph.D., Columbia University ANTHONY Q. MUSTOE B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute Massachusetts Institute of Technology BERNHARD P. REINSCH A.B., B.S. in Arch. M.S., Ph.D., University of Illinois JAMES R. SLATER Litt.B., Rutgers College M.A., M.Pd., Syracuse University EARL D. SMITH B.S., M.S., University of Texas A.B., Bridgewater College Kansas Professional Engineer 1244 RUTH F. TERRY M.A., Duke University 27 FACULTY SOCIAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT First Row! G. Hoffman, J. Anderson, J. Lamb, R. Chapman. Second Row: R. Richards, J. Slater, T. Ford, E. Johnson, A. Fugitt, G. Morris JUANITA L. ANDERSON A.B., Concord College M.A., Columbia University ROBERT A. CHAPMAN A.B., Kalamazoo C ollege M.A., B.D., University of Chicago SAMUEL G. COE A.B., M.A., Washington and Lee University Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University AUDIE F. FUGITT B.S., Mississippi Southern College M.A., Peabody College THOMAS J. FORD A.B., Mississippi College GEORGE P. HOFFMAN B.S., University of Florida M.Ed., Duke University Ed.D., New York University EDWARD R. JOHNSON B.S., Mississippi State College M.A., Louisiana State University JACK C. LAMB Ph.D., M.A., University of Chicago GEORGE H. MORRIS A.B., Florida Southern Colletge ROBERT G. RICHARDS A.B., M.A., Harvard University JAMES R. SLATER Litt.B., Rutgers College M.A., M.Pd., Syracuse University 28 ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF HOUSEMOTHERS ■ B i v- V M t l j- « 1 First Row: E. Holey, E. Miller, M. Johnson, J. Stewort, P. Hibble. Second Row: C. Williams, I. Vann, J. Haskell, J. Srahl, R. Baxter LIBRARY D. Heath, O. Sumner, L. Eastwood 29 BISHOP JOHN BRANSCOMB Florida-Cuba Methodist Conference VIRGIL NEWTON, JR. Managing Editor of Tampa Tribune THE HONORABLE FULLER WARREN Governor of Florida DR. T. V. SMITH Professor of Poetry, Politics and Philosophy (1948-1952) Maxwell Graduate School Syracuse University DL AMERICAN FDRUM 4 FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE ROBERT P. TRISTAM COFFIN Noted American Poet HARRY MOOCK Vice President, Retired Chrysler Corporation MAJOR GENERAL EDWIN PARKER U. S. Army, Retired STYLES BRIDGES Senotor from New Hampshire - ♦ ♦ ♦ RABBI PERILMAN Temple Emanu-el New York, N. Y. CYRIL LORD Textile Industrialist London, England and Belfast, Ireland FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT Architectural building genius who produced the first American Architecture. THE AMERICAN By Dr. T. V. Smith DREAM America was discovered by those who took a venture in quest of advantage. It was settled by those who sought religious freedom and economic opportunity for themselves, and a larger portion for their children. It was founded by those who knew that freedom requires discipline, those stout-hearted enough to organize the constitutional and political means for such discipline. It has been promoted by those who could accept the industrial discipline necessary for large-scale pro- duction and wide distribution, and who could and would provide support for the education which puts a floor of know-how under the ceiling of human hope. America has been sustoined and prospered by voices that counted their blessings rather than enjoyed their grievances. There have been conservative voices who in prudence preserved what they had while enlarging their domains through prowess. They, too, have served Amer- ica who but rise to register their honest dissent. The preachers who cry out against injustice, the artists who reaffirm innovation as beauty, the scientists who push ahead into the unknown and turn deeper insight into power, the business men who estimate creation ahead of acquisition, — these are all servants of the American Dream. The dream has sometimes grown dim. It flickered when the compro- mise process failed and war was waged between the states. The dream always subsides when majorities bully minority groups of race, or religion, or culture. The dream has been most vivid and robust when citizens have disdained injustice and have spoken out firmly against mediocrity as the measure of the best. The successes of the dream have put to shame its failures, and that holds now upon a scale international. Our Republic stands today at the threshold of an unparalleled age of power, and it radiates a will undaunted to make new increments of knowledge serve its ancient and abiding ends of perfection. DR. G. FLOYD ZIMMERMANN Dean of School of Theology, Retired Temple University DR. SAMUEL LINDSAY Pastor Emeritus of Brookline Baptist Church, Boston, Mass. DR. EVERETT CLINCH President, National Conference of Christians and Jews FORD C. FRICK Commissioner of Baseball GEORGE SMATHERS Senator from Florida • ■•■• 1 oLJo Ljou iKemember . . ELECTIONS 32 " V CLASSES • ■• - . tairi , s ■ ■ M r jf " . jJsSj: ■- 1 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS ART CHANDLER President RENATTA FILEWICZ Vice President NANCY MORROW Secretary-Treasurer KATHRYN MARONE Senator 34 ROW FREDERICK ADAMS B.S. Science Trenton, New Jersey Chorus; Intermurals; Quarter Cen- tury Club, Sec.-Treas.; Theta Chi. LENNIE ADAMS A.B. English Interlaken, New Jersey Sigma Phi Epsilon. T. H. ALLEN Anna Maria, Fla. B.S. Chemistry ARDEN ANDERSON B.S. Business Avon Park, Flo. Transfer-Brenau College; Intra- mural Sports; Interlachen Faculty Editor; Cap and Gown; Sigma Tau Delta; Alpha Chi Omega, Treas. BETTIANNE ANDERSON B.S. Journalism Lake Wales, Fla. Interlachen Staff; Editor, The Southern; F.T.A.; Cap and Gown; Who ' s Who In American Colleges and Universities; F.I. P. A., State Secretary-President, Press Club, I.D.B. JO-ANN E. ANDERSON B.S. Education Latana, Fla. Beta Sigma Omicron, Treas.; FT. A.; Transfer Palm Beach Jr. College. ■flb TOP ROW SIDE ROW STUART ANDERSON RICHARD BAKER 8.S. Biology A.B. Religion Homewood, Illinois Lakeland, Fla. Pi Kappa Alpha Transfer Southeastern Bible In- stit ute. PRISCILLA J. ATWOOD 8.S. Elementary Education EDWARD BATTEY Deland, Fla. 8.S. Orchestra; Symphonette; Band, Old Greenwich, Conn. Sec; FTA. BRYAN BELCHER THOMAS AYRE A.B. History 8.S. Business Orlando, Fla. Lakeland, Fla. Pi Kappa Alpha; Gamma Sigmo Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Chi; Concert Choir; Methodist Stu- dent Movement. TOP ROW KATHLEEN VENITA BENTON A.B. Psychology Clearwater, Flo. Chapel Choir, Librarian; Mike Club; Transfer University of Illinois and George Williams College. BARBARA BITTNER B.S. Home Economics Sonbury, Pa. Alpha Omicron Pi; FTA; Variety Players; Home Economics Club. FRANK BLAKEMAN B.S. Economics Pelham, New York Phi Sigma Kappa, Pres.; Pi Gamma Mu, Pres.; Omicron Delta Kappa; Who ' s Who. ALBERTO BLANCO B.S. Business Administration Havana, Cuba Phi Sigma Kappa, Vice Pres.; Inter- national Club; Quarter Century Club; Varsity Volleyball; IFC; Senate. JOHN PHILIP BAULDREE A.B. Religion Eagle Lake, Fla. Graduate Central Bible Institute and Seminary. HUBERT T. BOURNIQUE B.S. Industrial Arts Moplewood, New Jersey Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Warden and Soc. Chairman; Industrial Arts Club; Rifle Pistol Club; R.O.T.C. Honor Guard. •• ; H ■i ' i it j ■ 1 1 .» Ji - Jl ♦ » TOP ROW COL. E. W. BOWEN A.B. Journalism ODK, Pres.; Quarter Century Club; Microphone Club; Press Club; Sou- thern, Circulation Manager and Managing Editor. FRANCES BRADFORD 8.S. Elementary Education Tampa, Fla. Delta Delta Delta. BETTY BRANSCOMB A.B. Religion Jacksonville, Fla. Sigma Rho; Tumbling Team; Chorus; MSM; Southernette; Transfer Orlando Jr. College. SIDE ROW VELMA LEE BUFFO B.S. Art Millburn, N. J. Jr. Class Sec.-Treas.; Alpha Chi Omega, Sec. Interlachen, Editor and Assistant Editor; Who ' s Who; Miss Industrial Arts; Student Body Treas.; Kappa Pi; Senate. JOAN BURR A.B. English Lake Worth, Fla. JOHN CALLOWAY B.S. Business Manatee, Fla. hf n TOP ROW FRANK CAMPISI B.S. Business Administration Tampa, Fla. Pi Kappa Alpha; Honor Guard; In- tramurals. ROBERT K. CANTWELL B.S. Business Administration Clermont, Fla. Pi Kappa Alpha, Treas.; Intramural Board; Rush Chairman; Intramural Sports. MARY CARLO B.S. Business Administration Miami, Fla. Fresh. Class, Sec. -Treas.; Soph. Class, Sec. -Treas.; Jr. Class Sena- tor; Sigma Tau Delta; Kappa Delta Pi; Cap and Gown Sec.-Pres.; Who ' s Who; FTA; Pan-Hellenic Pres.; Delta Zeta; Corr. Sec, Rec. Sec, Pan-Hellenic Repres. SIDE ROW ROBERT CARMITCHELL B.S. Business Administration Lancaster, Penn. Quarter Century Club, Pres.; Phi Delta, Theta Chi. ALBERT CARSON fi.S. Industrial Arts New York, New York FRANK D. CARTER A.B. History and Political Science Asheville, N. C. Pres. of Student Body; Pi Kappa Alpha; Vice Pres., Sec, Pledge- master; Interfraternity Council; Student Senate; Omicron Delta Kappa; Pi Gamma Mu; Kappa Del- ta Pi; Presby. Club, Pres.; A. Shultie Award; FTA; Who ' s Who; Honor Walk Student, B.M.O.C. » TOP ROW s IDE ROW ANTHONY MICHAEL CARUSONE HOWARD E. CHENAULT 4.8. Socio Science 6.S. Accounting Amsterdam, N. Y. Venice, Fla. Newman Club, Pres., Sec; Omi- Quarter Century Club cron Delta Kappa, Vice- Pres.; Lambda Chi Alpha, Treas; Pi Gamma Mu, Vice Pres.; Quarter Century Club, Vice Pres.; Winged PAUL CHOATE Horse Poetry Club; Inter-Faith council; Intramural Board; Intra- A.B. Social Science mural sports; Co-editor Newman Upper Darby, Penn. Club Publication; Who ' s Who. MARSHALL CHANCEY RALPH COE B.S. Industrial Arts B.S. Biology Plant City, Fla. Auburndale, Fla. ART CHANDLER B.S. Pre-Med. Charleston, W. Va. President Senior Class; Mike Club; Vice Pres.; Sigma Tau Delta; Science Club; Who ' s Who; Varsity Tennis; " S " Club; Student Union Board; Biology Lab Instructor. % " ■ » ♦ • ♦ ' TOP ROW SIDE ROW CHARLES COKER WILLIAM COVELL B.S. English New York, N. Y. JOYCE CONWAY Pi Kappa Phi; Inter-Fraternity B.S. Social Studies Council; Vagabonds; Quarter Cen- tury Club; Tau Kappa Alpha, Pres.; Fair Haven, N. J. Debate Club, Pres. KATHERINE CONWAY WILLIAM COX B.S. Elementary Education B.S. Social Studies Miami, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Delta Zeta; FTA; Pan-Hellenic Council. MONICA DARLING B.S. Home Economics Sarasota, Fla. TOP ROW LIANA DAVILLA B.S. Biology Monteflores, Puerto Rico JOAN DEDMONS B.S. Music Woshington, D. C. Alpha Chi Omega; BSU; Concert Choir, Pres.; Who ' s Who; Intra- murals. GEORGE DeVANE B.S. Citrus Lake Placid, Fla. ID E ROW JOHN DICKENS B.S. Science Tampa, Fla. SUZANNE DICKENSON A.B. Music Lakeland, Fla. Concert Choir; Alpha Chi Omega; Cap and Gown; Pi Kappa Phi Sweetheart. Transfer Suliins Col- lege. NANCY FARMER B.S. Sociology St. Petersburg, Fla. Alpha Chi Omega; Inter-Faith Council; Intramurals. r r r r V TOP ROW GARY FARRAR B.S. Journalism-English St. Petersburg, Flo. Pi Kappa Alpha; Omicron Delta Kappa; J. V. Crew; Varsity Crew; " S " Club; Student Senate; South- ern; Asst. Editor; Press Club; Quar- ter Century Club; Intramurals. RENATTA FILEWICZ B.S. Music Clearwater, Fla. Transfer St. Petersburg Jr. College; Alpha Chi Omega; Vagabonds, Vice Pres.; Home Economics Club, Vice Pres.; Cap and Gown, Vice Pres.; Concert Choir; Who ' s Who; Tau Epsilon Phi Swe etheart; Senior Class, Vice-Pres. JOYCE FINSON A.B. English South Hampton, N. Y. SIDE ROW ROY FISKE A.B. Religion Lakeland, Fla. CHARLES PAUL FLORES B.S. Business Administration Hollis, N. Y. Chorus; Vagabonds; Intramurals; Alpha Psi Omega; Quarter Century Club; Sigma Phi Epsilon. JESS FONES B.S. A.B. Fine Arts Andrew, S. C. » . • ROW ANNE FOUST B.S. Speech Owensboro, Kentucky Alpha Chi Omega, Rush Chairman, Vice Pres., Pres.; Vagabonds, Sec, Pres.; Mike Club, Vice Pres.; Con- cert Choir; Sweetheart of Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Who ' s Who; Nat ' l. Collegiate Players; Alpha Psi Omega; Southern Speech Assoc; FTA. ANNE FOY B.S. Elementary Education Tampa, Fla. LEE FRASER A.B. Social Science Lakeland, Fla. SIDE ROW PAUL GATTA B.S. Industrial Arts Tampa, Flo. BYRON GEORGE B.S. Business Administration Johnson City, N. Y. F. C. GODARD B.S. Sociology ♦ ♦ " ♦ TOP ROW JERROLD GOLDSTEIN A.B. Social Science Newark, New Jersey Tau Epsilon Phi; Senate; Hillel; Intramural Sports. MARY ALICE GRIMES B.S. Elementary Education Clarksburg, West Virginia Alpha Delta Pi, Vice Pres., Pres.; Cap and Gown, Pres.; aKppa Delta Pi, Treas.; WSGA; Sigma Tau Del- ta; Vice Pres. of Junior Class; Who ' s Who; Intramural Board; Pan-Hellenic Council; FTA. ROBERT GUTERMAN B.S. Accounting Great Neck, New York Tau Epsilon Phi; Varsity Volleyball; Intramural Sports; Hillel, Vice Pies. HELEN HARRISON B.S. Music Education Southernettes; Concert Choir; WSGA; Kappa Delta Pi; Transfer Lewell State Teachers College. PATRICIA HA RWOOD B.S. Elementary Education Tampa, Fla. Alpha Chi Omega; FTA; Variety Players; Intramural Sports; Can- terbury Club; Chorus. RAYMOND HASKELL B.S. Business Lakeland, Fla. t t ■•■ ' f JOICE HAYDEN fi.S. Art Gallon, Ohio Delta Zeta; Cap and Gown; Trans- fer St. Mary ' s College NANCY HENLEY B.S. Elementary Education Lakeland, Fla. SIDE ROW SUE HENLEY B.S. Education Lakeland, Fla. ANN FRANCES HENNESSEY B.S. Biology West Palm Beach, Fla. Delta Zeta; Pan-Hellenic Council- Cap and Gown; Sweetheart of Quar- ter Century Club; Newman Club. JOHN E. HENSHALL B.S. Education West Palm Beach, Fla. Lambda Chi Alpha, Vice Pres.; Omicron Delta Kappa, Pres.; Kap- pa Delta Pi, Pres.; Kappa Pi; FTA; Industrial Arts Club, Pres.; Who ' s Who, Sec. Vfc r TOP ROW ROBERT HERMANSPAN A.B. Business Yonkers, N. Y. HOWARD A. HOLLANDER A.B. History Orange, New Jersey Tau Epsilon Phi, Historian; Hillel; Intramural Sports; Transfer Rut- gers. SAMUEL A. HOLLOWAY B.S. Accounting Winter Haven, Flo. Quarter Century Club. SIDE ROW DONALD T. HORSEY B.S. Journalism Harrington Park, New Jersey Tau Kappa Epsilon, Historian; Southern; Interlachen; Press Club; Varsity Track; Varsity Tennis, Var- sity Basketball; Intramural Sports. EVELYN LOUISE HUGHES B.S. Biology Winter Haven, Flo. Kappa Delta Pi; Cap and Gown; International Club; Florida Aca- demy of Science. WILLIAM INGRAM A.B. Religion Greensboro, N. C. TOP ROW DONALD JELKS B.S. Lakeland, Fla. BETTY LEE JOHNSTON B.S. Home Economics Nokomis, Fla. Alpha Omicron Pi, Sec, Vice Pres., Pres.; FTA; Who ' s Who; MSM; Pan-Hellenic Council, Sec; Music Club; Sigma Tau Delta, Sec; Home Economics Club, Sec; Gown; Sweetheart of Epsilon. r ap and Sigma Phi BRUCE JOHNSTON B.S. Industrial Arts Oak Park, Illinois Theta Chi, Pres., Social Chairman; Inter-Fraternity Council; Quarter Century Club; Intramural Sports; Industrial Arts Club. SIDE ROW FRANCIS ELLIS JONES North Arlington, New Jersey Omicron Delta Kappa; Quarter Century Club, Pres.; Who ' s Who; Southern; Student Union; Senate; Winged Horse Poetry Club, Pres. WILLIAM W. KING B.S. Business Administration Gary, Indiana Phi Delta; Tumbling Team; Intra- mural Sports; Transfer Indiana University. ANN W. KOCH B.S. Elementary Education Lake Wales, Fla. Alpha Delta Pi; FTA; Intramural Univ. of Louisville, Webber Col- lege, Univ. of Fla. J TOP ROW SIDE ROW IRWIN KOLIKOFF GWEN LAND 6 5 Biology B.S. Business Administration Bronx, N. Y. Pensacola, Fla. Tau Epsilon Phi; Mil lei, Pres.; Alpha Delta Pi, Treas.; Student Science Club; Intramurals. Government; Kappa Delta Pi; Cap and Gown; Choir; Orchestra. TOM KORTH B.S. Social Studies MARVIN GEORGE LAU Kansas City, Missouri B.S. Business Administration Oak Park, Illinois Sigma Phi Epsilon; Phi Theta Pi; LUCY LANCASHIRE Transfer-Walton College. B.S. Biology Babson Park, Fla. Beta Sigma Omicron; Science Club. GARRY E. LENT Fort Montgomery, N. Y. Intramural Board, Pres.; Pi Kappa Alpha; Senate; FTA; Physical Edu- cation Club; Softball Team; Intra- murals; ROTC. " - i ' VV ' T 7- ' TOP ROW SIDE ROW JUDY LEONARD MARY MacGREGOR Miami, Fla. A.B. English Alpha Delta Pi, Vice Pres.; Sec- Lakeland, Fla. Treas. of Soph. Class; Kappa Delta Alpha Chi Omega; Cap and Gown; Pi, Sec; Cap and Gown; Who ' s Sigma Tau Delta; Mike Club; Pi Who. Gamma Mu; The Southern. ALBERT E. LAVIGNE JOHN B. MAGRUDER 6.S. Elementary Education Washington, D. C. St. Petersburg, Fla. Industrial Arts Club; Intramural Quarter Century Club; FTA; Kap- Sports; Transfer Stetson Univ. pa Delta Pi; Transfer St. Peters- burg Junior College. dolores Mcknight B.S. Elementary Education JAMES C. LOGAN Starke, Fla. A.B. Religion Alpha Omicron Pi; FTA; Variety Pulaski, Virginia Ployers; Home Economics Club; Sigma Rho Epsilon; Gamma Sigma Pan-Hellenic Council, Vice Pres. Chi; Methodist Student Movement, President American Guild of Or- ganists, Vice President. r- TOP ROW KATHRYN ANN MARONE B.S. Social Studies Sarasota, Fla. Alpha Chi Omega, Vice Pres.; Sen- ate, Sec; Cheerleaders, Captain; Sec.-Treas. of Student Body; Mike Club; Pan-Hellenic Council, Treas.; " S " Club. SIDE ROW KATHRYN GERALDINE MAYS B.S. Speech Mount Airy, N. C. Southemettes; FTA; Sigma Tau Delta; Vagabonds; Mike Club; Chapel Choir; Transfer Vassar Col- lege, Guilford College, and Univ. of N. C. JOHN MANSFIELD B.S. Social Studies St. Petersburg, Fla. JUNE MARIE MATTESON B.S. Biology Binghamton, N. Y. Southemettes; Vagabonds; Dra- matics Club; Science Club; Intra- mural Sports; MSM; Transfer Syra- cuse Univ. JOSEPH EDWARD MYERS 4.6. Religion St. Petersburg, Fla. Gamma Sigma Chi; Concert Choir; Chapel Choir; Tempo Rubato Club; Westley Becon Staff. JANET MILCHAN A. B. Elementary Education St. Petersburg, Fla. • • ■- ♦ ■ ' • " ' TOP ROW MARY JO MILES 4.8. Elementary Education Venice, Flo. Home Economics Club; Transfer Indiana Univ. VAN MILLER B.S. History Lakeland, Ha. MARIE MIXON B.S. Elementary Education Dothan, Alabama Delta Zeta, Pres., Rush Chairman; Home Economics Club; Sweetheart of Lambda Chi Alpha; FHA. SIDE ROW EUGENE DANTE MOLINARO A.B. Phychology Newark, New Jersey Sigma Phi Epsilon, Vice Pres.; Newman Club; Quarter Century Club; Inter-Fraternity Council; In- tramural Sports. NANCY LEE MORROW B S. Elementary Education Miami, Fla. Alpha Chi Omega; Sec.-Treas. of Senior Class; Cheerleaders; Kappa Pi, Pres.; Who ' s Who; FHA; " S " Club; Dream Girl of Pi Kappa Alpha. BROOK NELSON B.S. Social Studies Mamarioneck, New York Lambda Chi Alpha. w- , to I tii irtirtawBiffiai TOP ROW JOHN T. NICKOLAUS, JR. B.S. Biology Niagara Falls, N. Y. Lambda Chi Alpha LOUISE NICHOLS B.S. Art Wilmetre, III. Alpha Chi Omega, Cor. Sec; WSGA, Vice Pres.; Kappa Pi; Cap and Gown, Sec. WILLIAM C. NORTON, III ' B.S. Accounting Jacksonville, Fla. T " i SIDE RALPH D. NYBAKKEN B.S. Journalism Chicago, III. Pi Kappa Phi; Press Club; Indus- trial Arts Club; Varsity Crew; Quar- ter Century Club; The Southern Interlachen, Assist. Ed. EDWARD K. OAST B.S. Accounting New Bern, N. C. EUGENE A. OLIVA B.S. Journalism Bronx, N. Y. Theta Chi; Varsity Basketball; The Southern; Press Club; Intramural Sports. H : : : : ::M TOP ROW ROSALIE OUGHTERSON B.S. Physicial Education West Palm Beach, Flo. Southernettes; Physical Education Club; Intramural Sports; FTA; Transfer Mac Murray College. HARRIET OWENS B.S. Elementary Education Roanoke, Ala. ALBERT CURTIS PADGETT A.B. Religion Miami, Fla. Transfer South-Eastern Bible Insti tute. I SIDE ROW ARTHUR PADGETT A.B. English Tampa, Fla. BETTY ANN PADGETT B.S. Elementary Education Wildwood, Fla. Southernettes; FTA; Transfer An- derson Junior College. NICHOLAS ANGELO PALAMARA A.B. Psychology Brooklyn, N. Y. Tau Epsilon Phi; Senate; Quarter Century Club; Intramurals; Trans- fer Jamesine Franklin School of Professional Arts. TOP ROW MIRIAM PALMORE B.S. Physical Education Lakeland, Flo. RALPH EDWARD PAULSEN B.S. Industrial Arts Manhasset Long Island, N. Y. Industrial Arts Club; Quarter Cen- tury Club. JOHN PADOLA A.B. Journalism Tampa, Fla. Transfer, University of Tampa. SIDE ROW WILBERT PAUL PETERSON A.B. Journalism Rockford, III. Sigma Phi Epsilon; The Southern; Press Club; Quarter Century Club; Intramurals. FLOYD PHILLIPS B.S. Business Graham, N. C. MARGARET RAE LEROY B.S. Elementary and Music Education Boca Grande, Fla. Alpha Omicron Pi, Pres.; Cap and Gown; Who ' s Who; Senator; WSGA; Intramurals; BSU; FTA; Variety Players. ■ • • TOP ROW SIDE ROW ALVA CLAUDE PIPKIN JAMES ELLIS POLK B.S. Accounting and Economics A.B. Religion Mulberry, Flo. Spartanburg, S. C. Pi Gamma Mu. Gamma Sigma Chi; Transfer Bob Jones University. NICK PITURAS A.B. French JAMES A. POLSON New York, N. Y. B.S. Business Administration Tau Epsilon Phi; Science Club; Pittsburgh, Penn. International Club. Theta Chi; Intramural; Transfer Gannon College, Erie, Pa. HUGH PLACE B.S. Social Studies JO ANN POOLE Galion, Ohio A.B. Elementary Education Brevard, N. C. FTA. TOP ROW D E ROW ELIZABETH ANN POUND GWENDOLYN M. ROBERTS B.S. Home Economics and B.S. Elementary Education Secondary Education Groveland, Fla. FTA; WSGA, Treos.; Alpha Omi- Alpha Delta Pi, Sec; FTA; Verity cron Pi; Home Ec. Club; Vice Players; Home Economics Club. Pres.; Pres. of JR Hall; MSM CHARLES ROBERTSON JOSEPH R. PRICE, JR. B.S. Business Administration A.B. Journalism Hawthorne, N. J. Lakeland, Fla. La mbda Chi Alpha. Lambda Chi Alpha; The Sou thsrn Quarter Century Club. GAY RODMAN JOE G. PRUETT B.S. Religion Lakeland, Fla. B.S. Elementary Education Bandy, Virginia Transfer Southern Eastern Bible Inst. f M s m TOP ROW JAMES REARDON B.S. Physical Education Woodside, New York ROMEO RENNA B.S. Elementary Education Greenwich, Conn. Pi Kappa Phi; Tau Kappa Alpha; Sec.-Treas; Mike Club; Vagabonds. ELEANOR D. ROBBINS B.S. Elementary Education Sebastian, Fla. Beta Sigma Omicron; FTA; Varsity Players; Pan-Hellenic Council, Sec; Transfer Russell Sage College. SIDE ROW CHARLES PUGH A.B. Spanish Lakeland, Fla. JEANNE RAUNER A.B. Music Plant City, Fla. LOREN S. RAY B.S. Biology Barnardsville, N. C. Pi Kappa Alpha, Pres, Treas; Kap- pa Delta Pi; FTA; Science Club; Concert Choir; Interfraternity Council. 6 »» TOP ROW JOHN M. ROE, JR. B.S. Social Studies Okeechobee, Flo. Phi Delta, Treas; Intramurals; In- dustrial Arts Club; Quarter Cen- tury Club; Transfer The Citadel. MARCIA ROLAND B.S. Business Park Ridge, III. Alpha Delta Pi. SUZANNE ROSE B.S. Business Administration West Palm Beach, Flo. Delta Zeta, Treas, Sec; WSGA Pres.; Cap and Gown; Senate; Who ' s Who. 1 SIDE ROW JOAN McLACHLAN RUEGG B.S. Elementary Education St. Ignace, Mich. Beta Sigma Omicron, Treas., Pres.; WSGA; Panhellenic; FTA. FRANK A. SAUER B.S. Industrial Arts West Palm Beach, Flo. Pi Kappa Alpha; FTA; Industrial Arts Club; Student Gov ' t. DONALD SCHORK B.S. History Sarasota, Fla. Phi Delta; Omicron Delta Kappa; Vice Pres. of Student Body; Sena- tor; Intramurals; Transfer Trinity College. ♦ • • ' TOP ROW CRAFT WHITLEY SELLERS 4.6. Religion St. Petersburg, Fla. Mike Club; Vagabonds; Gamma Sigma Chi; Transfer St. Petersburg Institute. WILLIAM SHEPPARD B.S. Industrial Arts Lakeland, Fla. LYNN SHIBLEY A.B. Spanish Akron, Ohio Delta Zeta, Vice-Pres.; Pan-Hel- lenic Council; Sigma Tau Delta. SIDE ROW MARGARET ANNE SIMMONS fi.S. Art Louisville, Ky. Kappa Delta Pi; FTA; Transfer Ringling School of Art. GERALD A. SLAVIN 8.5. Music Education Hyannis, Mass. CYNTHIA ANNE SLATER fi.S. Physical Education Maplewood, New Jersey Alpha Chi Omega; Cap and Gown; Physical Education Club; FTA; Who ' s Who; Tennis; Intramural Board; Transfer Ursinus College. ■tin i% m TOP ROW MARY CAROLYN SLOAN 6.S. Business Administration St. Petersburg, Flo. Alpha Chi Omega; Home Eco- nomics Club, Pres.; Intramural Sports; Transfer Palm Beach Junior College. A. E. SMITH A.B. Religion St. Petersburg, Flo. GROVER ARTIS SMITH, JR. A.B. Religion Angier, N. C. IRVIN SMITH B.S. Business Transfer University of Fla.; MSM; Variety Players; Industrial Arts Club; Phi Delta. JOHN SMITH B.S. Business Oak Park, III. JUNE LOUISE SMITH 4.8. Spanish Linesville, Penn. jH TOP ROW SIDE ROW VAY BELLE SMITH TOMMY R. TAYLOR fi.S. Elementary Education fi.S. Industrial Arts Tampa, Fla. Bartow, Fla. Pi Kappa Alpha; FTA; Industrial Arts Club, Vice Pres. JOHN M. SULLIVAN, JR. fi.S. Accounting Bartow, Fla. Quarter Century Club. WILLIAM M. TERRY A.B. Psychology Jacksonville, Fla. Pi Kappa Alpha; " S " Club; Concert Choir; Student Gov ' t; Intramural ARMOND SUTHERLAND Sports. 8.S. Physical Education Lakeland, Fla. WILLIAM TESTERMAN fi.S. Economics Garden City, New York ROW BETTY TURNER B.S. Physical Education Mulberry, Flo. WILLIAM SHURLEY VANN B.S. Art Murfreesboro, N. C. Phi Delta, Pres.; Industrial Arts Club, Pres.; Intramural Sports; Transfer N. C. State College. ROLAND DAVID VANZANT A.B. Religion Tampa, Fla. Omicron Delta Kappa; Who ' s Who; Gamma Sigma Chi, Pres.; MSM; Intramural Sports. KURT GEORGE VOSS B.S. Journalism McHenry, Illinois The Southern, Bus. Mgr, Advertis- ing Mgr.; Senate; Transfer Univ. of Illinois. DAVID ERNEST WALLOM B.S. Industrial Arts Lakeland, Fla. Pi Kappa Phi JOHN PAUL WARD A.B. Journalism and Psychology Highland City, Fla. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Pres.; " S " Club; Quarter Century Club; Varsity Crew; The Southern; Intramural Sports. c ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ■:• ' m TOP ROW SIDE ROW JEANNE CLAUDIA WARNER ERNEST WELLS A.B Journalism Lawtey, Fla. Tampa, Fla. 6.S. Science Alpha Delta Pi, Pres., Treas.; Who ' s Who; Cap and Gown; The South- ern; Interlachen; Kappa Pi; WSGA; Press Club; Pan-Hellenic Council; JAMES M. WELLS Transfer Mary Washington Col- 6.S. Sociology lege. Orlando, Fla. Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice Pres.; Inter- fraternity Council; Gamma Sigma HAROLD WATERS Chi; Student Gov ' t; Student Union; A.B. Journalism Intramural Sports. Levittown, New York A. BURT WHITING ROGER R. WELCH 4.6. Education and History 8.S. History Sebring, Fla. Leverette, Mass. Pi Kappa Alpha, Pres., Treas., Soc. Ch.; Inter-Fraternity Council; Or- Sigma Tau Delta, Pres. chestra; Band; Chorus; Intramural Sports. TOP ROW EUGENE WILLIAMS A.B. Religion Alabama City, Ala. HERBERT G. WILSON, JR. Cranford, New Jersey Lambda Chi Alpha; Inter-Frater- nity Council; Intramural Board; Kappa Pi. JOHN ENGLISH B.S. Accounting Lakeland, Fla. » •» 3 . ' 5L JUHDRS OFFICERS JIM DUGAN President SHIRLEY CANTWELL Vice President JOAN BLEDSOE Secretory-Treasurer KEN HERNDON Senator ANN COMBS Senator H- ' i ■ ■ ' hft 66 .- . .■ • • ■♦• •«: J U IV JOHN P. CADE Seville, Florida OMA L. CADY Skaneateles, New York GEORGE CAGER Lakeland, Florida SHIRLEY J. CANTWELL DOLORES CARLSSON Rock Island, Illinois A. GERALD CARLTON Tampa, Florida ANN COMBS Bristol, Tenn. J THOMAS CONCKLIN Bronxville, N. Y. BARBARA CONRAD Sarasota, Florida DONALD M CONRAD Ho-Ho-Kus, N. J. COLLEEN ANN COOPER Chietlands, Florida I D R S KENNETH DAUTREVILLE Bellmore, N. Y. NORMAN A. DAVIS Bradenton, Florida DOROTHY DEAL Goldenrod, Florida MICHAEL DEL GAZIO New York, New York FRANK G. DEO Flushing, New York EDWARD L. DICKENS Valdosta, Georgia ANDREW R DeVITO Lakeland, Florida CHARLES W. DOUGLAS Lakeland, Florida JAMES W. DUGAN Oak Park, Illinois AL DUNN Co ' onial Gardens, N. J. JOHN C. ELLIS West Palm Beach, Florida JOYCE EVANS Tampa, Florida JULIE EVANS Patterson, N. J. NANCY FAY St Petersburg, Florida MARY FINK Miami, Florida WALTER J. FITZGERALD N Chatham, New York GEORGE W. FLACK Winter Haven, Florida CHARLENE FLEISCHER West Palm Beach, Florida ■■ • ■ ■ ♦ ; ' • • ANN FORMAN Tampa, Florida GILBERT G. FRYER Livingston, N. J. WESLEY H. FRYER Livingston, N. J. DONALD GARFINKEL Elizabeth, New Jersey JOSEPH ?. GARRISON Myrtle Beach, S. C. ROBERT GEROY St. Pc ersburg, Fl a. HELEN GEWALT Racine, Wisconsin GEORGE GIVEN Miami, Florida ROBERT GLATZ Lakeland, Florida J U IV KATHERINE GREENWOOD Park Ridge, III. JOSEPH GROSS Bridgeport, Conn. JO ANN GRUBER Clearwater, Fla. VAUGHAN SMITH GRUNDY Trenton, N. J. EDWIN J. HEIDIG Lancaster, Penn. KEN HERNDON Jacksonville, Fla. ROBERT DANIEL HIERS Winter Haven, Florida DONALD M. HILL St Petersburg, Fla. ELSA HILL Lakeland, Fla. I D R S MARGARET KILLARS Tampa, Fla. BETTY KING Bristol, Tenn. FRANCES KIRCHOFF Paducah, Kentucky DONALD KOLB Princeton, N. J. DORIS LANIER Jacksonville, Fla. JACK LARSON Morristown, N. J. WILLIAM J. LESTER Lakeland, Florida BARBARA JEAN LINVILLE Atlanta, Ga. JAMES E. LUCE Fort Lauderdale, Fla. GENE E. HILL Julian, West Virginia JOHN G. HOOTS Bellwood, Illinois BARBARA J. HOWARD Clearwater, Flo. ALFRED HUFF Amityville, N. Y. MARY WELDON JOHNSTON Fort Myers, Fla. ERA H. JONES Lakeland, Fla. JAMES JONES Dover, Fla. JOAN KENNY Philadelphia, Pa. BARBARA KEIGER Winston Salem, N. C. f ■ ' ' • ♦ ' " HAZEL A MORGAN Savannah, Georgia RICHARD MOSCOW Bergen, New Jersey MARY ELLEN MOSKEY Cayahoga, Ohio BETTY MOYER Danville, Pennsylvania DWAYNE MOZENA Lakeland, Florida CHARLES H. MYER Lakeland, Florida CHARLES C. NELSON Gahana, Ohio MARTHA E. PAGE Miami, Florida EDWARD V. PECORA Yonkers, New York J U IV THOMAS LUPOSELLO Harmen, New York JOANNE M. LUZZO Chicago, Illinois GEORGE McCORMICK St. Petersburg, Florida GERALD McCRAY Lake City, Florida PAULA McLAURIN Ocala, Florida J. MADDIGAN St. Petersburg, Florida STAFFORD MAURER Wauwatosa, Wisconsin DOREN MAXWELL Lakeland, Florida CORO MORAIMO Lakeland, Florida I D R S WILLIAM TANDY PEDIGO Alletn, Kentucky WALTER PEPLOW Kearney, N. J JANET PHILIPS Lakeland, Florida JULIANA PHILIPS New Rochelle, New York ALAN PLUMMER Flushing, New York PATRICIA POWELL Ft. Lauderdale, Florida ROSALIE PUGH Lakeland, Florida DENNY RONYAK Burton, Ohio GWENYTH RAY Sarasota, Florida ROBERT L REID Jacksonville, Florida ARTHUR REPPENHAGEN Jacksonville, Florida CARLTON REWIS Savannah, Georgia DAVID H. RICHARDS Lckeland, Florida JACQUELINE A. RICKERSON Tampa, Florida JOAN ROBBINS Panama City, Florida PATRICIA ROBERTS Lakeland, Florida PRISCILLA ROBERTS Lakeland, Florida JAMES ROBERTSON Lake Worth, Florida ♦, SUE ROCKHOLD Clearwater, Fla. XEAY ROMMANA Cuba DAVID ROSS Frederica, Delaware DONALD ROSSITER St. Petersburg, Fla. WILLIAM ROTSTED Detroit, Michigan HOWARD ROTHENBERGER Drexel Hill, Penn. ELMER ROUNDS Plant City, Fla. JEAN RUBUSH Lake Hamilton, Fla. JOY F. RYNKSEL Waukegcn, III. J U IV PHILIP JOSEPH SABLESKI Lakeland, Fla. BARBARA LEE SANDERS Oklahoma, City, Okla. FRANK SAUER West Palm Beach, Flo ROBERT SEARCY Lakeland, Fla. CHARLES L. SELPH Lakeland, Fla. LOUIS SCHRAEDER Winter Park, Fla. JOHN SKINNER Lakeland, Fla. SUDHIPHONG SINGANETTI Bonkok, Thailand CHARLES SINGER Tenack, N. J. I D H S L. H. TERRY Lakeland, Fla. GLADIOLA TINN Tampa, Fla. BETTY TURNER Mulb erry, Fla. MARILYN L. UTTERBACK Lakeland, Fla. KHALEAF VANDERWATEX Cocoa, Fla. JACK WADDELL Lake Worth, Fla. SHIRLEY WADDELL Lakeland, Fla. RUTH E. WAGNER Dunedii , Fla. BETTY JO WALKER JACK PHILLIPS SMITH Danville. Illinois MARTIN SMITH Freeport, New York PATSY SMITH Piney Flats, Tenn. PHILLIS SMITH York, Penn. WINNIE SUE SMITH West Palm Beach EARLINE SUMNER Fort Pierce, Fla. DOUGLAS TAN Singapore, Malaya W. E. TATUM Fort Pierce, Fla. HOWARD TEMPLIN Lakeland, Fla. ' fi THOMAS WARD Dumont, New Jersey CONNIE WAGNER Newark, N. J. RICHARD WEAVER Tampa, Fla. ALEX WHITE West Palm Beach, Fla. JUDITH P. WHITE River Forest, III. JANE WHITFIELD Evanston, III. DAN WINEBERG Lakeland, Fla. ESTRELLA QUINTANA Cardenas, Cuba 76 IN MEMDHIAM In fond memory of three members of the faculty who died during the past year: WILLIAM GREGORY FLETCHER Instructor in Religion; Southern Methodist University; D.D., Florida Southern College RICHARD MAGOUN Assistant Professor of Psychology; A.B., Yale University; M.A., University of Chicago WALTER OMER ROPP Professor of Business Administration; A.B., University of West Virginia Florida Southern College — faculty, students, alumni — all feel a keen sense of loss because of the demise of these three devoted teachers. 77 1 .. ?• .- V OFFICERS FARLEY SNELL President CLIFFORD WRIGHT Vice President EFFIE FAIRCHILD Treasurer CAROLYN ARTHUR Senator Sf SDPHDMDRE CLASS 78 JOSE JESUS ABASCAL Cuba RICHARD BRUCE ANDERSON St. Petersburg, Fla. JOAN ANDERSON Lantana, Flo. JAMES AULSEYBROOK Lakeland, Fla. CAROLYN ANN ARTHUR Sarasota, Fla JOHN GORDON AYRE Rochester, New York WILFRED W. BEDER Lakeland, Fla. JOSEPHINE G. BEARD Madison, Fla. SHIRLEY BASSETT Tavares, Fla. CHARLES BYRD BLACKBURN Clearwater, Fla. ELIZABETH P. BOWLES Lynchburg, Va. BETTY J. BRANTLEY Lithia, Fla. BARBARA BREDEKEN Lakeland, Fla. JOHN BROOKS Flushing, N. Y. J. ELAINE BROWN Lakeland, Fla. BARBARA BRUSH Huntington, New York BETTY R. BUNTING Lakeland, Fla. • • ' ♦ mi tfc JACQUELINE E. COLLINS Acushnet, Mass. CAROLEE ANN CORNELIUS Minneapolis, M : nn. HAZEL COTTON Birmingham, Ala. LOUIS H. COULSON Medellin, Colombia, South America NAN COY Orlando, Fla. JOHN K CRAWFORD Sebring, Fla. MARY ANN CULWELL Ft. Myers, Fla. ROSERT S DALBOW Swedcsboro, Fla. ROY DAVIS Huntington, N. Y. S DPHD WILLIAM EDWARD BURNS Malverne, N. Y JANET KAY BUSHMAN Tenefly, N. J. LYNN CAIRNS Waukesha, Wis. JAMES A. CAMPBELL Tallahassee, Fla. DANIEL CAPRIO Newark, N. J. HENRY CARROLL St. Petersburg, Fla. CHARLES CASTLES Lakeland, Fla. PAT CICERILLA Elmont, New York HARMON L CLEMMENS Citra, Fla. IV - M H MORE S CHARLES DENT Puloski, Virginia JACK B. DEWEY Palm Beach, Fla. JOEL H. DIAMOND Brooklyn, N. Y. MARIE LOUISE DICK Ciearwater, Fla. AUBREY DIETRICK Danville, III DOROTHY DIFFENWIERTH Jasper, Fla. JOHN DINKLAGE Manroloking, New Jersey MARTHA DUCK Sebring, Fla. MEL DURAL Ankara, Turkey dlM r. WILLIAM ROY EDMUNDS Tallahassee, Fla. ARTHUR EMMS Cleveland, Ohio C. J. ENGLISH Lake Wales, Fla. EFFIE LU FAIRCHILD St. Petersburg, Fla. JOHN FRAZ Van Dyke, Michigan MARY JANE FREEMAN Bradenton, Fla. SHIRLEY FREEMAN Moline, III. BARBARA GOODRICK Fond-Du-Lac, Wis. EDWARD GORDON Brookline, Mass. , • ' •■ • .■ ■•■ J SDPHD CHARLES HAZELIP Baltimore, Md. GEORGE HERRING Amsterdam, Ga. GENIEVEVE HOBBS Tampa, Fla. JACK HORNEY Lakeland, Fla. BILLIE SUE HOUSER Lakeland, Fla. SANDRA HUGHES Bartow, Fla. L Md k MORES LEE KLEIN Des Plaines, Illinois J. KARL KRUEGER Stuart, Fla. JESSE LORE Lakeland, Fla. SAMUEL LASTINGER Lakeland, Fla. POLLY LASTINGER Lakeland, Fla. LYNN LAWRENCE St. Johns, Michigan M. LEDFORD Lakeland, Fla. BARBARA LITTLE Wauwatosa, Wisconsin BETTY LOFLIN Sarasota, Fla. JUDY HULL York, Penn. ALFREDA INGLE Sebring, Fla. MARILYN INGRAM Jacksonville, Fla. CLOEINE IRVINE Jacksonville, Fla. LEON KALSIPONLOS Chicago, Illinois PATRICIA KARIUS Albany, N. Y. LINDA KATZ Cssining, New York D. KELSEY Temple Terrance, Fla. JAMES DONALD KING Ft. Pierce, Fla. L V t ♦ BILLY E. McLEOD Perry, Fla. CATHLEEN MATTESON Kalamazoo, Michigan RONALD MATTHEWS Lakeland, Fla. THOMAS MAUER Wauwatosa, Wisconsin PATRICIA A. MAXSON Canal Point, Fla. MARJORIE J MAYPOLE Oak Park, III. 5DPHD JANET CORINNE LOWER Fruitport, Michigan KENNETH LUTZ Belle Glade, Fla. PAT LYMAN Argentina PAULA J. McCALLUM Losantville, Indiana MARILYN E. McCLELLAN Zephyr Hills, Fla. HENRY C. McCULLOUGH Sebring, Fla. MARY ANN McDONALD Tampa, Fla. douglas McGregor Ft Lauderdale, Fla. JOHN McKENZIE Sebring, Fla. JAMES MEYER Wauwatosa, Wisconsin HARRY C. MEYER Garden City, N. Y. NANCY MILLER Buckhannon, W. Va. ROBERT PAYTON Wauwatosa, Wis. LINDA PEARSON Rushville, III. JOAN PERSONS Daytona Beach, Flo. KENNETH A. PFEIL Maplewood, N. J. PATRICIA PLOWMAN Gary, Ind. S DPHD PEGGY ROUSE Bristol, Tenn. HENRY G. ROYSTER Milbourne, N. J. PHYLLIS SAUTTER Penns Grove, N. J. ANN SAVAGE Ashland, III. JAMES SCHALOW Milwaukee, Wisconsin LOIS SCOATES Jacksonville, Fla. BARRY SHACKMAN Wading River, New York MORES NANCY STRUNK Brazil, Indiana LORRAINE SWEETLAND Huntington, New York WAYNE E. THOMAS Venice, Fla. N. SUE THORNTON Palmetto, Fla. MARGARET E. TRAYWICK Orlando, Fla. JOHN S. UPHAM Tarpon Springs, Fla. ♦ BILLY B. WOOD Scottsville, Kentucky JEAN L. WOODS Cocoa, Fla. CLIFFORD H. WRIGHT Highland Park, III. SHIRO YAMAZAKI Tokyo, Japan KEN VANOSKI Rockford, Illinois JOHNNY VAUGHAN Lakeland, Fla. FRITZ VEILE Fairlawn, New Jersey MARY ANN VOSKA Lombard, Illinois JEAN WALWORTH Milbourne, N. J. SUE WELLMAN Williston, Fla. HELEN WILLIAMS Canada WILLIAM P. WINTERS Stony Creek, Penn. ASDEN WOLFE Clermont, Fla. FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT " About 15 years ago this spring, when Dr. Ludd M. Spivey, the presidential good-genius of Florida Southern College, flew north to Taliesin, he came with the express and avowed purpose of giving the US at least one example of a college wherein mod- ern life was to have the advantages of modern science and art in actual building construction. He said he wanted me as much for my Philosophy as for my Architecture. I assured him they were inseparable. " And ever since, owing to Dr. Spivey ' s unremitting efforts, this collection of college buildings has been in a continuous state of growth. Their outdoor-garden character is intended to be an expression of Florida at its floral best. " Study these buildings from the inside out if you would know some- thing about the kind of building we call Organic Architecture. You can ' t really know very much about anything America has in a native culture worth knowing unless you so study them. Knowing what is good or bad about a building is knowing what you must know about the life you live here in our country, how you live it and why. If only the upper middle third of our country would try to understand why these building " are the way they are, there might be some reason to hope. Behind every front you see here there might be something to discover. If there is nothing, then — no matter what you like — it ' s probably bad. To see all there is to see in any good organic building takes study and more culti- vation than the usual college education affords. Certainly more than can be sent back home on postcards by travelers. " Ask ' why ' whenever you see Architecture you like or if you like what you see, and you would start along the path of a true culture. The path we call Organic Architecture is along the center-line of an indige- nous culture for these states in which we live, because there can be no great life for our people without the integral culture of an Architecture of our own. I should say there is really no other kind of culture possible. " Actual knowledge of the ' why ' in Architecture — either old or new — is tc be the true basis of our Culture now just as it has ever been and ever will be the basis of any Culture for any people. All we know about great civilizations is what we learn of them from what remains of their Architecture. Were our civilization suddenly destroyed what do you imagine subsequent civilizations would have to think of us as a civiliza- tion? They would look back upon our ruins and discover what we had done and were so busy doing. What then would they see? Nothing but the pottery of our plumbing from which they might conclude we belonged to ' the sanitary era ' — authors of the sanitary slum. " So, as for these buildings in which a true portion of America moves, studies, works and has its being, if you would honestly try to understand these Florida Southern College buildings and would really know what they are all about (whether you like them or not), something important to our country ' s future as a democratic nation will transpire. Because not only do buildings last long but in these buildings here and now you may see something of your own tomorrow that is yours today. Yes — and maybe the day after the day after that. " Because a preceptor in education like Dr. Ludd M. Spivey took thoughtful measure of his time and flew to Taliesin, you will see in these buildings now standing at Florida Southern College the sentiment of a true educational saga along the cultural lines of an indigenous Archi- tecture for our own country. " FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT (Reprinted from the Architectural Forum) 89 ♦ ♦ • » FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS KEN J0NES President MARY JOHNSON Vice-President DIANE NICHOLSON Treasurer V,RGINIA SIKES Senator TOM MOONEY Wor 90 ' • ' JUAN ABERLE San Salvador, El Salvador ROBERT ADAMS Oak Park, III. CARL ADLOU Nutley, New Jersey ARTHUR ADMIRE Lakeland, Fla. WILLOW ANDERSON West Palm Beach, Fla. RAFAIL ANGEL Colombia, South America SALENA ASHWANDER Maryville, Tennessee JOHN ATCHINSON West Palm Beach, Fla. LINDA BAKER West Palm Beach, Fla. W. P. BAIRD LaBelle, Fla. MARY LEE BARNES Plant City, Fla. GLENDA BASS Apopka, Fla. YVONNE BAXTER Lakeland, Fla. DOROTHY BEACH Stuart, Fla. DORIS BECKER Manhasset, N. Y. DORIS BELL Odebolt, Iowa DAVE BELL Odebolt, Iowa HARRY BENNET Cocoa, Fla. t • F H E BETTY BERCHFIELD Lakeland, Fla. TOM BIGGER Fort Myers, Fla. GARY BITTLE Haines City, Fla. LEON BROWN St. Augustine, Fla PIXIE BLAKE Washington, D. C. JANE CHARLES Nutley, New Jersey EILEEN LOUISE CLARK Brodenton, Fla. WILLIAM CLARKE Antioch, Illinois CAROLYN COCKE Bristol, Va. NANCY COLEMAN Grove Hill, Alabama RUTH CONNON Philadelphia, Penn. JACK CONNER Oxford, Michigan RICHARD COOKS Cleveland Heights, Ohio LARRY COOPER West Palm Beach, Fla. F fl E S RAY CORUCCI Lakeland, Fla. ROBERT PAUL COSTIN Boca Raton, Fla. PHYLLIS COX Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. WARREN B. CROKE Eustis, Florida JAMES E. CROMPTON Hollywood, Fla. BEVERLY CRONKHITE Homestead, Fla. DAVID CHARLES CRUM Lakeland, Fla. SUMNER DARLING Sarasota, Fla. WABERN DAVIDSON Winter Haven, Fla. ■ MARY DAVIS Winter Park, Fla. DELMUS DAVIS Winter Garden, Fla. MANUEL DeBONO Amityville, N. Y. H M E IV HOWARD DRANE Atlanta, Ga. ELMER 0. EDWARDS, JR. Winter Haven, Fla. ROBERT A. ELTING Malverne, New York BOB ELTING Malverne, New York HARVARD EUBANKS Jacksonville, Fla. PATRICIA EZELL Leesburg, Fla. CINDY FAIRCHILD St. Petersburg, Fla. BEVERLY FETTERMAN Lakeland, Fla. LUCY FISACKERLY Jacksonville, Fla. ALICE DENSLOW Tampa, Fla. ROBERT DIAMOND Hobe Sound, Fla. NANCY DIBBLE Punta Gorda, Fla. SAMUEL DeDONATA Scotch Plains, New Jersey FRANKLIN DONATELLI Fanwood, N. J. JEAN DOUGLAS Dade City, Fla. ROBERT FISHER St Petersburg, Flo PEGGY FISHER Lakeland, Flo. JACK FISKE Anna Maria, Fla. BARBARA FLETCHER Winter Park, Fla CURTIS FLOWERS Lakeland, Fla. HMEN MARY H. GRASS Jacksonville, Fla. ALYCE GRAY Anderson. Indiana ROBERT GREEN Avondale, Ga. CAROLYN GREER Lakeland, Fla. EDWIN GREER Dallas, Texas DON GRIFFITH Winter Garden, Fla LARRY GRIMES Winter Garden, Fla. RICHARD HAMMERICH DeKalb, Illinois ANN HAMMOND Orlando, Fla. jaM — wm BARBARA HARRELL Lakeland, Fla. NANCY HARRIS Vero Beach, Fla. RUTH HASTINGS Lakeland, Fla. PATRICIA HARVEY Landale, Pennsylvania GEORGE HATFIELD Winter Haven, Fla. WILLIAM HAWTHORNE Ocoee, Fla. MARY JO HAYMAN Sanford, Fla. FELICITY HEATH Daytona Beach, Fla. DEDE HENTZ Lakeland, Fla. ♦ ♦ t 9 4 EDWARD HERMANSPAN Yonkers, New York CARLOS HERNANDEZ Venezuela JOSE HERNANDEZ Venezuela MARY LOU HILL Tampa, Fla. BARBARA IMIG Waukesha, Wisconsin MARTHA JOHNSON UmaHlla, Fla. MARY JOHNSON St. Petersburg, Fla. VIVIAN JOHNSON Berwyn, Illinois RUTH JOHNSTON Cowart, Alabama 3 ■»!• « N£7 SAM W. JOHNSTON Ft. Myers, Flo BARBARA JONES Herndon, Ga. GLENDA JONES Jacksonville, Fla. J HOWARD JONES West Palm Beach, Fla. JOY ANNE JONES Jamaica, British West Indes KEN JONES Tampa, Fla. WILLIAM JURGENSON Haverstraw, New York PATRICIA KAKNES Winchester, Mass. SOPHIA KANELOS River Forest, Illinois H M E S CLAUDINE KEITH Stuart, Fla. MARY ANNY KEITER Orlando, Fla. LORNE KENT Wilmette, Illinois M4BM MAX MELBORNE Lakeland, Fla. R. W. KELLY Osego, Michigan STANLEY KENDRICK Lakeland, Fla. AKIRA KIMURA Ashiya City, Japan JOHN KERLIN Norfolk, Virginia NANCY KING Verona, New Jersey j ' f ,11 € ■■ fT { Jl DOROTHY LEONARD Aruba, British West Indes JUAN LERA Guatemala MADONNA LEIGH Jacksonville, Fla. ANN LIBBEN Columbus, Ohio BETTY SUE LOCKMAN Orlando, Fla. GLEN P. LOVE Florala, Alabama KEITH LOWE St. Petersburg, Fla. RONALD LuKACH St. Carteret, New Jersey ROGER LUCAS St. Petersburg, Fla. F R E S GAIL KNEEDLER Beechhurst, New York WALTER KRAUSS Huntington, New York LOUIS KUYKENDALL Winter Garden, Fla. BARBARA LAMBERSON Tampa, Fla. RICHARD LARK Detroit, Michigcn GILBERT LA VEAN Clarksville, Michigan BETTY LEE Scotch Plains, New Jersey JO ANN LEE Bronx, New York CYNTHIA LEONARD Vineyard Haven, Mass. H M E N JOSEPH McCORMACK Asbury Park, New Jersey DAVID McCOY Pahokee, Fla. JAMES H. McKENZIE Sebring, Fla. JACK McPHERSON Lakeland, Fla. SAM McREYNOLDS Palarka, Fla. DONALD MANGLASS Stony Point. N. Y. WILFORD MANLEY Lakeland, Fla. RICHARD MAURNO Mt. Vernon, New York CLARK MAXWELL Winter Park, Fla. k y JAMES MEADE St. Petersburg, Fla. BILL MEDLEY Winter Garden, Fla. BILL MEEKER Ridgewood, N. J. ALFRED MEEKS Pahokee, Fla. JOHN MEGOW Orlando, Fla. DOLORES MEINER Towander, III. KAY MELTON Lake City, Fla. LOUISE MILLERD Lakeland, Fla. DELORES MILLS West Palm Beach, Fla. ' , ♦ ' ♦ r 4 : ;■ ' ♦ •« J • m PATRICK MINSTER Wauwotosa, Wisconsin MARY MITCHELL Lakeland, Fla. BARBARA MIZELL Lake Butler, Fla. BARBARA MOCK Winter Park, Fla JANET MOHR Lakeland, Fla THOMAS MOONEY Morris Plains, N. J. BARBARA MOORE Oak Park, Illinois CECIL MORROW Oxford, Michigan GENEVIEVE MOUNTAIN Lakeland, Fla. F R E S LAVON MYERS Lima, Ohio LOU NAIL Taylorsville, Maryland %4 M JOHN NELSON Waukegan, Illinois CHARLES NEWCOMBE Ridgewood, N. J. ROBERT NEWTON Lake Wales, Fla. DIANE NICHOLSON Oak Park, Illinois ANN NOE Sarasota, Fla. DONNA NORRIS Belle Glade, Fla. Wjfc H M E IV MARILYN PEMBLE St Petersburg, Fla. HARVEY PENNINGTON Fellsmere, Fla. CAROLYN POINTER Lakeland, Fla. LARRY POORBAUGH Lakeland, Fla. BARBARA PONTIUS St. Petersburg, Fla. STEPHEN JACK POTZ Wayne, Michigan JACK POWELL Winter Garden, Fla. DIXIE PRICE Fernandino, Fla. 0. FRED QUARTULLO Cleveland, Ohio MARY NORRIS Richmond, Indiana PHYLLIS OUDSHOFF Melbourne, Fla. DOROTHY NUSSEAR Tampa, Fla. BARBARA OLSON Sarasota, Fla. ALICE PALMER Willis, Michigan Lakeland, Fla. EVERETTE PARSELL Sarasota, Fla. ELIZABETH PARSONS Jacksonville, Fla. FREDDYE ANN PATTERSON Lakeland, Fla. ■ ' • ' ♦ ' ' • w JANE ROSEN Newark, New Jersey NANCY ROSING Miami Fla. BERNARD ROSENBERG Brookline, Mass. RODNEY ROSS Lakeland, Fla. FRANK ROTHERY Melbourne, Fla. PHYLLIS ROWE Tampa, Fla KEN ROUTH Lakeland, Fla. JACK RUBUSH Lake Hamilton, Fla. JACKIE ROYALS Belle Glade, Fla. F H E S JACK ROEMER Ottawa, Illinois NANCY REEVES Needham, Mass. PRUDENCE RIGSBEE Clarendon Hills, Illinois ESTELLA ROBERTS Lakeland, Fla. EUGENE L. ROBERTS Key West, Fla. POLLY ROBERTS Vero Beach, Fla. ELLIO ANGEL RODRIGUEZ Cuba DAVID ROHN Ludington, Michigan MARION ROSE New Rochelle, N. Y. H M E IV EDISON RUSSELL Miami, Fla. RICHARD RUSSETT Wauwatosa, Wisconsin ESTHER SACARRAS Lakeland, Fla. BILL SAULS Palm Beach, Fla. JO ANN SAUTTER Penns Grove, N. J. FRANCIS SCHRAMM Venice, Fla. WILHELMENIA SEAR H opewell, Virginia DON THOMAS SECREST Ft. Pierce, Fla. BARBARA JEAN SEELEY Naples, Fla. SALLY SEWELL Plant City, Fla. DON SHAPIRO Chicago, Illinois WILLIAM DONELSON SHEPPARD Lakeland, Fla. VIRGINIA SIKES Deland, Fla. PETE SILL Washington, D. C. GEORGE SIMS Bartow, Fla. NANCY SIMPSON Lakeland, Fla. JACK SINCLAIR Lakeland, Fla. OMAR GARRISON SMITH Saline, Kansas A A , A . M H M QUENTIN ALAN SMITH St. Augustine, Fla. RICHARD J. SMITH Riverside, Illinois CHARLES DUANE SNYDER Sarasota, Fla. JEAN SPERRY Homeword, Illinois ALLA SPEAR Tallahassee, Fla ANN SPRAGUE Valley Stream, New York ANN STANSBURY Ft. Myers, Fla. MARY STANT Bristol, Va. DONALD STANTON Bradenton, Fla. F R E S KENT STANNE R River Forest, Illinois JOAN STEWART Bradenton, Fla. CHARLES STILWELL Oxford, Michigan MARY ANN STONE Miami, Fla. ROBERT M. STRICKLAND Palatka, Fla CAROL STOCKY Tampa, Fla. MARGARET STROUPE Galax, Va. PAUL SURIANE North Bergen, New Jersey GEORGE STORMS Holtekus, New Jersey HMEI DANIEL VAUGHN Williamson, Ga. ROBERT VANDERBECK Malverne, N. Y. JANET VAN-DERZEE St. Petersburg, Fla. ALAN VAN WINKLE Short Hills, N. J. BEVERLY VEATCH Deland, Fla. BETTY VENRICK Palmetto, Fla. YOSHIICHI TANAKA Kona, Hawaii ERNEST THOMPSON Enterprise, Fla. GARRY THOMPSON Ft. Myers, Fla. ALICIA TORRES Guines Habana, Cuba BESSIE TOWNSEND Felda, Fla. GREG TRAYNOR Ho-Ho-Kus, N. J. NANCY TROUSDALE Sarasota, Fla CHESTER TRUE New Pork Richey, Fla. BARBARA TYSON Nashville, Tenn. EVE WARE Amityville, N. Y. MARY JO WATSON Bradenton, Fla. JIMMIE WATTS West Palm Beach, Fla. BEVERLY WHITTET Regina, Canada ORA JEAN WIGGIN Plymouth, Fla. ♦ » First Row: F. Carter, D. Schork, K. Marone, N. Fay, F. Jones, M. Maypole, T. Mooney, P. Luzzo, Betty King. Second Row G. Rettie, S. Robinson, J. Hayes, S. Rose, L. Buffo, J. Roe, K. Herndon, J. Luce. STUDENT The Student Government Association provides appropriate machinery for democratic student self- government. It acts for the students ' interests and encourages enthusiastic, wholesome school spirit. The Senate is highly recognized for its support of ethical conduct and individual integrity among the students and they seek to co-operate in full with the community. The Student Government has achieved many noteworthy accomplishments this past year. This organization revised the Freshman Orientation Program by introducing the group lead- er system to conduct the program ,and as a result one of the most spirited Freshman classes that Southern has seen was produced. The Student As- sociation Court was set up to enforce rules and to provide a means to help student problems and campus controversies. The Student Government sponsored " The High School Weekend, " " Opera- tion Gilbert, " Student Union activities, and provided screening committees for Who ' s Who, Miss South- ern and the Honor Walk Student. It has been a combination of the co-operation of the students and the capable leadership of president, Frank Carter, that has made this such a successful year for Student Government. THE SENATORS-AT-LARGE S. Robinson, J. Hays, B. King, M. Maypole, F. Jones, J. Luce. 110 I SENATE OFFICERS FRANK CARTER President DONALD SCHORK Vice-President LEE BUFFO Treasurer KATHY MARONE Secretary FRANK D. CARTER President GROUP LEADERS STUDENT COURT 111 t ■ " STUDENT UNIDN First Row: F. Bateman, G. Jones, D. Schork, J. Dugan, M. Karlock, F. Jones, N. Davis, Col. E. Bowen. Second Row: M. Maypole, B. Chapman, V. Sykes, B. King, P. Luzzo, B. Seeley, J. Hays, M. Roland, S. Robinson, M. Legh. As a new organization on campus, the Student Union ' s purpose is to coordinate the broad scope of student activities into a program which meets the needs of the students. Everyone is automatically a member of t his organization when they register at Southern. The Student Union has sponsored many movies, dances, and pep rallies this past year, and as a result has become one of the most active organizations on campus. OFF BETTY KING President FRANK BATEMAN Vice-President VIRGINIA SYKES Secretory I C E R S GEORGE BALDWIN Treasurer MADONNA LEIGH Social Chairman SHIRLEY CHAPMAN Advisor 112 WOMEN ' S STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION First Row: M. Cuiwell, J. Rubush. Second Row: P. Roberts, J. Rosen, B. Pound, S. Rose, M. Womock, 0. Wiggins. Third Row: J. Worner, L. Nichols, M. Salage, L. Sweetland, P. Powell. OFFICERS SUZANNE ROSE President LOUISE NICHOLS Vice-President PRISCILLA ROBERTS Secretary JEANNE WARNER Treasurer LORRAINE SWEETLAND Sergeont-of rms The Women ' s Student Government Association is composed of representatives of the dormitories and sorority houses. Members are elected by the resident women students to make and carry out such rules as are necessary to uphold the standards of the college. The body serves as a court for infractions of college and house rules, and metes out penalties for such irregulations. 113 CAP AND GDWN OFFICERS MARY ALICE GRIMES President RENETTA FILEWICZ Vice-President MARY CARLO Secretary MARCIA ROWLAND Treasurer JEANIE WARNER Historian Publicity SUZANNE ROSE J. G. ODGEN Advisor First Row: B. Johnston, 3. Anderson, J. Leonard, E. Hughes, A. Anderson. Second Row: L. Nichols, R. Filewicz, M. Carlo, A. Hennessey, M. Grimes. Third Row: S. Rose, J. Warner, M. MacGregor, Prof. J. Ogden, S. Dicken- son. Cap and Gown recognizes women who have at- tained a high standard of leadership and scholar- ship in collegiate activities, and encourages them to continue along this line. Members of this senior women ' s honorary society must be a senior or second semester junior, and have had one full academic year of residence in the college. Willi J WtlU in american universities and colle eaed 9 Students recommended for membership in Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges are nominated each year from approximately 650 col- leges and universities. Those students who have shown cooperation and leadership in academic and extracurricular activities, and have proven citizen- ship and service to their school, will be invited to become members- of the group. First Row: B. An- derson, M. Carlo, A. Foust, B. John- ston, K. Morone. Second Row: R. Filewicz, S. Rose. F. Blakeman, M. LeRoy, N. Morrow. Third Row: A. Chandler, A. Car- uscne, J. Dedmon, V. Buffo, J. Hen- shall. Fourth Row: Col. E. Bowen, F. Carter, R. Vanzant, F. Jones. 114 DMICRDN DELTA KAPPA First Row: Capt. L. Giuffrida, R. Haeseler, Col. E. Bowen, J. Henshall, T. Carusone, F. Blakeman, F. Jones. Second Row: B. Draper, E. Case, D. Readdick, J. Peel, Prof. J. Ogden, F. Carter, G. McCormick. Third Row: C. Selph, G. Farrar, H. Waters, D. Schork, R. Vaniant, K. Herndon. OFFICERS COLONEL E. W. BOWEN President KENNETH HERNDON Vice-President PROFESSOR DAVID READDICK Secretary-Treasurer PROFESSOR J. GORDON OGDEN, JR Advisor Embodying the ideals of leadership, scholarship and citizenship in their everyday living and parti- cipation in campus activities, this national honor society of prominent male students is a credit to the college. Regardless of their field of studv, ODK members are characterized by their love of learning and serving. Composed of Juniors and Seniors, having completed at least two semesters at FSC and a cumulative standing of 1.5 honor points, they are the ones who always give freely of their talents. 115 PI GAMMA MU First Row: Mrs. F. Snyder, E. Lilley, S. Lostinger, F. Blakeman, T. Carusone, N. Davis. Second Row: J. Snyder, J. English, J. Slater, Dean M. Rogers, A. Fugitt. Third Row: M. MacGregor, G. Morris, A. Pyskin, R. Richards, J. Ogden, J. Peel. OFFICERS FRANK BLAKEMAN President ANTHONY CARUSOE Vice-President HENRY SADOWSKI Secretary ERNEST A. LILLEY Treasurer PROFESSOR R. G. RICHARDS Advisor The Florida Alpha Chapter of Pi Gamma Mu, national social science society, is celebrating its twenty fifth anniversary this year. Members are chosen from among upperclassmen who have com- p leted twenty semester hours in social studies with a " B " average. Approximately five hundred men and women at Florida Southern have been honored with election to Pi Gamma Mu in the past quarter century. 116 KAPPA PI OFFICERS NANCY MORROW President LEE BUFFO Secretory- Treasurer CAROLEE CORNELIUS Editor ERDEN NAYMAN Parliamentarian DELANA RINEHART Social Chairman MISS DONNA STODDARD Advisor First Row: Miss D. Stoddard, J. Rubush, J. Hcnshall, M. Mos- key, H. Wilson, C. Cornelius, S. Nayman, D. Rinehart. Second Row: W. Vann, R. Salews, G. Olson, L. Buffo, L. Ray, L. Nichols, N. Morrow, J. Warner. Kappa Pi is an organization designed to give the students on campus a chance to express themselves more in art, and to show other students the im- portance of art and its beauty. Activities consist of exhibits. The Alpha Eta chapter of Kappa Pi was installed on Florida Southern ' s campus in 1943. Member- ship is composed of students majoring or minoring in art with at least six semester hours of art courses with a B average. ALPHA PSI DMEGA The purposes of Alpha Psi Omega, a National Dramatic Society, are to further dramatics and the development of the talent of college students. This organization works with and aids high school Thes- pian Societies. Alpha Psi Omega is open to students and faculty members who can fulfill membership qualifications. Membership in the Vagabonds is a stepping stone to Alpha Psi Omega. First Row: J. Peel, J. Jordon, A. Foust, T. Sickle, C. Fields. Se- cond Row: B. Draper, G. Flack, P. Flores, D. Shaver, J. Ogden, G. Jones. 117 SIGMA TO DELTA OFFICERS ROGER WELCH President ARTHUR CHANDLER Vice- President KHALEAH VANDERWATER Secretory PROFESSOR J. D. BYRD Advisor First Row: J. Burr, B. Johnston, M. Carlo, M. Killars, Mrs. L. Purcell. Second Row: J. Byrd, M. MacGre- gor, M, Grimes, G. Mayo, F. Bennett. Third Row: A. Chand- ler, R. Welch, Mrs. A. Fugitt, E. Raesly. For English majors who have already completed at least eighteen hours of English studies, the Psi Epsilon Chapter of Sigma Tau Delta is the only private college chapter in Florida. This national honor fraternity specializes in discussions in read- ing and writing of literature and poetry, seeking to develop outstanding writers in these lines. At periodical meetings and lectures they hear many interesting speakers. SIGMA RHD EPSILDN A professional fraternity promoting the develop- ment of religious education on the campus, Sigma Rho Epsilon includes majors and minors in religious education, wives of Gamma Sigma Chi members, and students vitally interested in religious educa- tion regardless of scholastic fields. They co-operate with all religious organizations on campus, support the programs of Llakeland churches, and live by Christian principles of education. OFFICERS CLOENE IRVINE President MARILYN INGRAM Secretary-Treasurer LOIS SCOATES Publicity Chairman NANCY HADSELL Social Chairman ALICE DENSLOW Historian MRS. JOHN SNYDER Advisor First Row: B. Turner, A. Ivey, C. Greer, A. Ingle, J. Anderson, R. Wagner, L. Fisackerly, Mrs. F. Snyder. Second Row: A. Denslow, Mrs. I. Morris, J. Wiggins, C. Irvine, L. Schoates, J. Rubush, B. Brans- comb, N. Hadsell, M. Fink. Third Row: M. Pemple, D. Dieffeni- vierth, E. Clark, B. Cronkhite, S. Witmer, B. Lamberson, M. In- gram, L. Miles, D. Lanier. 118 GAMMA SIGMA CHI First Row: Rev. F. Luce, E. Dinkins, R. Fiske, D. Mizeil, P. Polk, J. Meyers, E. Russell. Second Row: D. Mozena, G. McCormick, F. Snell, C. Danison, B. Ingram, R. Vanzanr, C. Sellers. Third Row: E. Thompson, C. Logan, J. Harvey, J. Luce, B. Freeney, K. Jones, A. Reppenhagen, W. Thomas. OFFICERS EDWARD L. DINKINS, JR President GEORGE McCORMICK, JR Vice-President ARTHUR REPPENHAGEN Secretary JACK L. HARVEY Treasurer RONALD VANZANT Chaplain JAMES LUCE Publicity REV. FRANCIS L. LUCE Advisor As a professional fraternity for pre-theological students, representing several denominations, Gamma Sigma Chi has devoted itself to the best possible preparation of its members for the Chris- tian ministry. Together they experience Christian fellowship in carrying out worthy service projects. 119 I FUTURE TEACHERS OFFICERS DAVID RICHARDS President LIB PAGE Vice President ELSA HILL Secretory MARY FINK Treasurer J. G. ODGEN S. LASTINGER Advisors KAPPA DELTA PI Kappa Delta Pi is a national honorary fraternity, open to those who are outstanding in the School of Education, and who show promise of becoming effective teachers. Character, leadership and scholarship are necessary in gaining admittance to the society. Working with the Future Teachers of America, the group encourages a higher degree of devotion and social service during the period of preparation for teaching and recognizes outstanding service in the field of education. OFFICERS JOHN HENSHALL President STRATO TEVELY Vice-President DORIS WESSON Secretary CHARLES PUGH Treasurer SAM LASTINGER Historian J. C. PEEL Advisor First Row: J. Ogden, M. Killars, E. Hughes, J. Leonard, M. Carlo, E. Hill, Prof. S. Lastinger, J. Peel. Second Row: Prof. S. Coleman, J. Henshall, M. Grimes, J. Bledsoe, D. Karlson, Mrs. G. Snyder. Third Row: F. Carter, L. Page, G. Land, J. Linville, L. Ray. 120 DF AMERICA Future Teachers of America, as an organization, furthers interest in teaching, and provides the members membership in a national association. All students in the education department may benefit by th practical experience offerd by this group. The organization, which is in reality a junior member of the NEA, co- operates with the Variety Players each year in presenting plays to high school students in the surrounding area. VARIETY PLAYERS Variety Players is an organization open to stu- dents of good standing in the Department of Edu- cation. Members are given experience in play pro- duction, and are acquainted with various high school situations. During the past year the group presented various variety programs for high school students. OFFICERS POLLY WHIDDEN President JANENT LOWER Vice- President PEGGY FISCHER Secretary J. G. ODGEN Advisor First Row: S. Lastinger, J. Ogden. Second Row: P. Whidden, D. Allen, J. Lower, M. Fink, B. Fetter- man, E. Fouts, C. Greer. Third Row: C. Myer, P. Fischer, C. Keith, B. Cronkhite, A. Libben, D. Karlson, I. Smith, T. Mooney, R. Wilson. 121 j i VAGABONDS First Row: B. Whittet, G. Flock, J. Bledsoe. D. Shover, R. Filewicz, S. Gillen, A. Foust, N. Coy, G. Mays, C. Sellers, Dr. J. Jordon, A. Combs, G. Jones. Second Row: S. Johnston, J. Matteson, J. Garrison. Vagabonds is a club organized for those students who are interested in drama. The aim of this organ- ization is to uphold and encourage dramatics of high rank upon Florida Southern ' s campus. Each year the group presents plays of Broadway standard and workshop productions which are presented in the Fletcher Theater-in-the-Round. Any member of the student body may become an active participant of Vagabonds if he wishes to participate in acting, stage design, lighting, make- up, and all other types of work connected with play productions. OFFICERS ANN FOUST President RENATTA FILEWICZ Vice-President JOAN BLEDSOE Secretory JEANNE HAYES Treasurer DR. JULIANA JORDAN Advisor 122 MICROPHONE CLUB First Row: J. Phillips, A. Fousr. Second Row: G. Mays, M. MacGregor, K Benton, J. Bledsoe, K. Marone, N. Trousdale, J. Hays. Third Row: L. Brown, R. Lucan, A. Chandler, C. Sellers, G. Flack, D. Shaver, C. Fields. Providing mutual aid and encouragement to stu- dents of radio and television, the Mike club is open to anyone interested in radio production. High standing in radio or the speech arts is re- quired for admission into this organization. OFFICERS ART CHANDLER President ANNE FOUST Vice-President JOAN BLEDSOE Secretary ARDEN ANDERSON Treasurer 123 t jrlorida outkern K olle eae 9 f 4 {.£ % v i THE FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE CONCER T CHOIR Dick Adams Jack Harvey Miriam Palmore Yvonne Baxter Charles Hayes Marilyn Pemble Charles Blackburn Dorothy Hoppman Judy Phillips Jeannine Brown Leroy Huckabee Pat Plowman Pasco Cade Dogmar Hunnicut Loren Ray Charles Castles Mary Johnson Jo Ann Robinson Nan Coy Carolyn Kille Sammie Robinson Dorothy Deal Steve King Jo Romaguera Joan Dedmon Don Kolb Charles Selph Dorothy Diftenworth Karl Krueger A. C. Smith Chuck Elliot Janet Lower Lowell Stahl Renatta Filewicz Kenneth Lutz Ernest Thompson Lucy Fisackerly Mary Ann McDonald Ruth Wagner Walter Fitzgerald Leida Miles Marc Weaver Ann Foust Barbara Mock Burt Whiting Jo Gruber Carolyn Moore Marianne Womack Helen Harrison Becky Wood 6 124 Cc oncer t Ck oir RENATTA FILEWICZ Accompanist DR CHARLES A. WOODBURY Director Organized in the fall of 1951 under the direction of Dr. Charles A. Woodbury, the Florida Southern College Concert Choir is composed of students who possess an adequate voice and the desire to express themselves through the medium of choral music. During the academic year, the choir made its annual tour this year to New York and the New England states. Covering a period of sixteen days, they presented seventeen concerts and traveled four thousand miles. Their itinerary for the year included a total of fifty programs presented before audiences totaling thirty thousand. Highlights of this year ' s concert series were their program presented at the Biltmore Hotel, New York City, and the making of recordings for the National Broadcasting Company at their New York studios. 125 TEMPO RURATO CLUB OFFICERS JOE NAMAGUERA President HAZEL COTTON Vice-President JEAN WALWORTH Secretory BARBARA SANDERS Treasurer First Row: J. Romogucra J. Walworth, J. Phillips, P. Cox, D. Allen, K. Ben- ton, B. Sanders, J. Doug- las, N. Hodscll. Second Row: W. Jurgensen, V. Johnson, A. Hammond, J. Myers, P. Roberts, C. Cocke, W. Blomquis, H. Cotten, A. enslaw. Third Row: H. Pennington, D. Vaughn, D. Berg, P. Powell, C. Grant, D. Dief- . ' enwierth, P. Goodman, D. Hubbard. A newly formed organization, the Tempo Rubato Club has as its purpose to further the musical un- derstanding of the campus and to study the lives and works of great composers. One of the achieve- ments of the club this year has been to fix up a room in which students may listen to records of the great artists. Membership in this organization is open to all students who are interested in and enjoy music. AMERICAN GUILD DF ORGANIST To advance the cause of worthy church worship, and to raise the standard of efficiency in organists is the purpose of the American Guild of Organists. Membership is open to organ students who enjoy and appreciate organ and choral music. Members of the guild meet once a month for the discussion of professional topics. Dean Robert Galor is the advisor. OFFICERS GEORGE McCORMICK President CECIL LOGAN Vice-President RENE FILEWICZ Secretary MARY WEAVER Treasurer Front to Back: L. Miles, D. Mills, C. Irvine, D. Hubbard, M. Womock, G. McCormich, S. Cant- well, R. Weaver, A. Car- roll, S. Kanelos, C. Logan, N. Copps, Bean R. Gay- ler; Seated at the Organ; R. Filewicz. 126 PHESS CLUB First Row: L. Norton, J. Hoys, B. Anderson, S. Waddell, D. Horsey, R. Haeseler. Second Row: P. Luzzo, J. Worner, J. Burr, D. Rinehart, B. Whittet, N. Coy. Third Row: Col. E. Bowen, H. Pyle, J. Podolo, H. Waters, G. Forror, J. Egon. OFFICERS BETTY ANN ANDERSON President HAL WATERS Vice-President PEACH LUZZO Secretory SHIRLEY WADDELL Treasurer DELANA RINEHART Socio Chairman BARBARA SEELEY Publicity Chairman The aim of the Press Club is to promote journal- ism and its interests on the campus. They seek to establish a fraternal spirit among Southern ' s jour- nalists and those actively interested in all phases of the press. The Press Club annually publishes the magazine, " Idea, " a fresh, lively all-campus publication. This gives each member a working interest in the club and valuable journalism experience. 127 SHIRLEY WADDELL Editor-in-Chief INTERLACHEN STAFF SHIRLEY WADDELL Editor-in-Chief ELMER ROUNDS Business Manager BEV WHITTET Managing Editor JEAN LINVILLE Class Editor BARBARA SEELEY Administration Editor DELANA RINEHART Organization Editor BEV WHITTET Feature Editor JERRY SHACKMAN HAZEL MORGAN Sports Editors GEORGE SULKNESS R. O. T. C. Editor RALPH NYBAKKEN Layout Editor NAN COY, ANN SAVAGE BEV WHITTET, DICK HASSELER, JEANNE HAYS Business Staff HOMER PYLE, CAROLEE CORNELIUS, JEAN WALWORTH, LUCRETIA NORTON, JOAN BURR, JOY RYNKSEL ond BARBARA HOWARD Staff Writers BILL BLACKSTONE Student Photographer PAUL WILLE College Photographer ELMER ROUNDS Business Manager BEV. WHITTET Managing Editor JOHN EGAN Faculty Advisor 128 OME HOMt FSC I ' HORl-. Ml MI1KRS tfk Southern who xmi.i bi southern ' s Kl (; () ' III RIV OLl MK M HOR1DA SOI IIIMIN COLLEGE. I VKELAND, Fl ORII) V. KR11)A . (KlimARV 13, 195. ' M MBER 16 BROTHERHOOD NIGHT WILL BE OBSERVED ON MONDAY EVENING ■ evening chapel rence of speaker. licfa rc- i tried it ■ network, will numbers at the brotherhood Roche Ik School Choir ogram. Pcrlman, mple Emanu-EI, New York, and Dr. 1 venett K ( I of the N lews, were the s| ■ " Poll iheriiood Night ' will be one of ovei " .000 such meet- ings which will K- held throughout ' i ;:t of the ob- servance of " Brotherhood Week 1 from Feb. i- il Dwighl D Eisenhoi man of " Brotherhood " ' ■ ' . The Prt-sldeni Incites The following is a person: ' mess- age from Or. Spivey: t this .niriu.il affair. K manifest our practical intend in an idea and ideal. ffUoil which the world in whieh we lfvt GU iiiht attain either the i ipminl win or God, nor the arabaj of men •( good-wJU. l ileal wr tun ii i ni ted nation, we shall never he able to have a I nitcd Nations, and, beyond that the univer- sal regard of each nation for all nations, nil nations for each, com- munity for comn man. It is m ho| in our college an the fatullv will hood Night prog action can we standing between which make tip If we in the I i this eiample. w leadership c owl a nightmare- of u| M MOR GIRLS A representative from Moc Crews Take All Events ? Regatta " The Southern " Staff and Advisor ig, chairman. Come on gals, get your dates far tl-.. " h .,-1 u ATvIc " rlniws .this prctt young co-ed was elected to ' reign supreme as the Quarter Century ■ ■ WHY? ro dance to the music the court The two student vacancies on the conn were fitted vVwttvsAtv nu ht Varsity, JV., Frosh Triumph Over Tampa In Decisive Mannner them crews made a ol i..tll- P shells IV, in.! freshmen ere held on thi K.v. ( ouch ' s varsit; mo defended their two year title ■ I oach Bill Stall varsit) eight by ihrce lengths in the program I hi m.i ■ iccessive year thai tht Wate ive won this race, the retiring the trophy. Southern ' s IV won bj four k and the Frosh rowed over h limes of the races were n dingly well on account low tide and the churning water the shells had to race through. The lam- .imped in the ,c by the swell of one of (he numen i along Ihe river. The varsity got off to a slower itart than did Tampa, but kept a troke ol 28 to JO per minute. Ihe Tampa crew rowed at 32 to 34 m( apparently didn ' t have the long .weep. Aifh ! . the coxswain ' s seal and slip i troke the re unbeatable. Southern ' s freshmen covered the mile in time of ihe races, pulling awa to a en - .-. ih- « ----- stroked irecn do- SENIOR GI RECORD E SCHEDULE A mixture of | comes from the partment this we with the former. be obst Unfortu iorv. !h Dean r ing theii | ■ ■ ■ Peel wet 1st Semester Editors-in-Chief Hoi Waters and Betty Ann Anderson Advisor to " The Southern " Prof. John Egan —r rr m g i n An e w. ii . J i m ue i m a in ■ a jr n n n. ■ and 1 : ■ ■ a long j by the C hoir fiiisiine. :h they raveling ■ I The ' ..ir presented more I led to the masthead. The) are concerts. Homer P _ been • o : .:. il il (HERN Staff arc to be com- night was cancelled. ■ ' ■ ' ■■■: " Several during the pas: semester, ccttng the concert The main one vt- in . one :rt by Ihe choir ' M I VOO AT THE KING OF HEARTS DANCE TOMORROW NIGHT tfk Southern (.1 1 HHR DATE NOW KOR 111! Mil II RV BM.L VOI.l MK f.6 FLORIDA SOI IHIRV COLLEGE, LAKELAND, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRI VR 20. 1953 M MBI-.R 17 fs rVeek Observed • • • • • • Candidates Announced Bj Homer Pyk Today we are dwellers in one we tail to make lh.it house a home. " spoke Dr. Allyn P. Robinson in climax to his Chapel the Commission on ■■ ■ ■ ..: ■■ ins and Iked forcefully on the hrothcrhocvl_ if man. Kr-fnro Left: Editorial Conference ORGANIZATION of the WEEK This week the S Club is riled for tbe successful completion irf a fund raising campaign which was designed (o improve FSCs athletic facilities. A classroom projector has been purchased and 11 water fountain will he installed on the intramural field. These improvements are direct results of the untiring efforts of the s Club. An FSC graduate of the 1951 is one of the 46 who presumably perished aboard .. National Airlines plane that crashed into the Gulf of Saturday. He was Martin V. Gay who was a member of the ' S ' Club, the Varsity Crew, acthe in intramural basketball and a member of Beta Chi fraternity. known and liked widely on the campus. Martin graduated in June. 1951 with a BS. degree in Business Administration. ine lorrner procedure n.is t proclaim the runner up m th test Miss Southern ' s maid of ! while the other candidates cons the court. Students hase perhaps alreu ticed the queen ' s throne whk ' been placed on top of the tspL [ by the Arts building. The core i ceremony was held in this k i.ist year Two yean ago, the was placed on a plmform center of the water dome. Paii- Below: Editors and staff writers smile after the deadline is met. Above: Staff writers at work under the " whip " of Prof. Egan. oner remarked. ■ as 8 p. m. .:Lirda nights. Mis-. Sumner pointed out another interesting feature in the library. I b Pinned up to the library bulletin board is u pi the president K ly interested and impressed by this report. I didn ' t realize you had dore so much " He went on to commend work, and dis- Ihc problems which the ad- ministration and students face togeth- er. He asked that the Senate name VOTE OF THANKS IO THOSE WORKING ON •OFKRMION (.11 BFRP 9k Southern CONGRATI l I l() s SOI THERN D si aff FOR RECORD si I IN VI) SALES YOI I Ml. e « FLORIDA SOUTHERN COI LEGE, LAKI I AND, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FFBRl AR . Zl . 1953 M MBI.R 18 Miss Southern For 1953 To Bei Kpectatiofi in hopes that its Alph ■ three ■ the clos. ■ minor m ; j membt ■ Id ihc o I and is i Del I.. - ails Iron ' . . d is a mi ing ort Panhelta Century Club in Btolofl Her hob : Bern Lee JohnJ ■ four ye;ta| tern in g Home FconomicsJ A met • ■ ewing ■ ■ dicUic. haii- 01 ins plfeh, owing witn necessary Some class? Choir, II , and sweetheart of Sigma Alpha of Alpha Chi Omesa. Sou theme itcs ' candidate, Bei ears where she is majoring in Founders ' ism with j n- ' ■ . t Campus 1 - 01 IHrKV president of the ;:nctcrs Week ind (.own. F.T.A., and Inter- rtV - Mondaj with lachen staff. Her ho teUvc Wales. nn AnJcr-von is the candidate thc 6 rou Pi many ■ ■ ■rng from Palm Beach Junior N college, and is majoring in Elemei i! ication with a mino I ' h a member of visitors e - • " I -, and h treasurer of B Omicron. She s now interning .it ife thai tha n opportune p the guests wuh th ORGANIZATION OF lilt WEEK over nor To Be Guest At Right: Second Semester Circulation Manager, George Sulkess thej please, and have no regulation Secrttan -f Mate K. . GnV. State stairs ,ind various :;nued o Frosh Will rnd the me on ■ den bench SOPHS TO PRESENT MARDI GRAS DANCE TOMORROW EVENING ■ Associate Editors Farrar, Waddell, Burr, Horsey, Whittet and Rounds at work ■ future pi ■ and ton S . Ca.. if they N i wry oi states R Gray, was honorary Chancellor ;rn in 1942, j Welcome Alumni k Southern DON I MISS rill MILITARY BALL lOMORROtt NIGHT Ml ho FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE, LAKELAND, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MARCH ft. 1953 Nl MBFR 19 sak Here Tonight • • • • • • • werty To World Recognition Leaders Of Florida Honored At Dinner Sponsored By ODK B) Jadt SimUir ■ ill be speaker ii the " I eadei Florida dinner. ■■ ! rl Building. ' s replacing Governor Dan ; was reevnth stricken -rint; ii( u hos- THE SOUTH Betty Ann Anderson Janice Anderson Linda Baker Mimi Barnes Yvonne Baxter Josephine Beard Betty Branscomb Aubrey Carroll Eileen Clark Coleen Cooper Nan Coy Joyce Curry Mary Frances Davis Alice Denslow Peggy Fisher Pat Frary Jo Gruber Nance Hadsell Anne Hammond Helen Harrison MEMBERS Felicity Heath Dottie Hoppman Nancy Hughes Margie Hunter Glenda Jones Joy Anne Jones Pat Karius Carolyn Kille Jo Ann Lee Ann Libben Betty Sue Lockman Jean Maddigan Geraldine Mays Linda Mil le Barbara Mock Janet Mohr Janice Mountain Rosalie Oughterson Carolyn Painter Alice Palmer Elizabeth Ann Parsons 134 Marilyn Pemble Estella Roberts Polly Roberts Sammie Robinson Barbara Ross Jackie Royals Barbara Sanders Alia Spears Joan Stewart Lorraine Sweetland Margaret Trawick Janet Van Derzee Eve Ware Jimmie Watts Shirley Whitner Beverly Whittet Ora Jean Wiggins Jane Williams Marianne Womack Rebecca Wood ERNETTES OFFICERS CAROLYN KILLE President DOTTIE HOPPMAN Vice-President JOSEPHINE BEARD Secretary JANICE MOUNTAIN Treasurer ANN LIBBEN Historian Enthusiasm is the keyword of the Southernettes, a spirited organization for non-sorority girls. Re- presented in almost every type of campus activity, including the athletic, entertainment, governmen- tal, journalistic, honorary and musical fields, the Southernettes are kaleidoscope of the typical, ver- satile feminine personalities of Florida Southern. The Southernettes activities have been numerous this year, among them being a Christmas party for the orphans and many socials. One of the main purposes of this organization is to achieve co-operation between sororities and non- sorority women. 135 QUARTER-CENTURY CLUR OFFICERS FRANK JONES President Emeritus BOB CARMICHAEL President JOHN CALLAWAY Vice-President FRITZ ADAMS Secretary- Treasurer JOHN HUTTS Socio Chairman The Quarter Century Club prides itself in being and to emphasize the college ' s part in enhancing an organization of more distinguished and mature the dignity of man. With charity in their hearts and men, primarily concerned with charity and com- " The world is man! " for a watchword, they have munity affairs. As one of the more active clubs, contributed for several years to the greater glory its purpose is to give college life a fuller meaning of Florida Southern. 136 INTERNATIONAL CLUB First Row: E. Chovier, C. Kim, E. Socar.os, A. Brauet, A. Kimura, M. de la Torre, L. Garcia. Second Row: J. Cockeroft, L. Davila, J. Lera, M. Coro, B. Whirter, J. Marteson In an endeavor to arouse the awareness in the college community of the need for inter-relation- ship in a world community, the International Club promotes friendship among its members and unites them through a better understanding of the na- tional culture of each. Membership is open to all foreign students and any other students interested in the objectives of this organization. 137 CITRUS CLUB First Row: J. Carlton, B. Hawthorne, J. Hagemeister, H. Clemmour, C. Wright, W. Lyle, J. Cade. Second Row: L. Grimes, H. Holn-.an, G. Hyer, J. Mack, R. Reid, L. Sutton, D. Blades, J. Robinson. OFFICERS HARRY HOLMAN President GEORGE G ARRARD Vice-President COLONEL L. H. BROWN Secretary- Treasurer The Citrus Club ' s main objective is to help stu- dents majoring in citrus to become better ac- quainted with agriculture in Florida. Throughout the year the club has had guest speakers from Citrus Mutual and other agricultural firms to allow the members to get a better perspective of the entire field. The highlight of this year ' s activities has been a two day field trip to the Indian River citrus section on the east coast. 138 SCIENCE CLUB OFFICERS STUART ANDERSON President HARRY HOLMAN Vice- President GLADIOLA TIN Secretory First- Row: R. Kiser, E. Smith, E. Page, S. An- derson. Second Row: I. Kolikoff, P. Carter, G. Tin, E. Hughes, A. Caldwell, L. Lan- cashire. The purpose of the Science Club is to bring to- gether students from all fields of scientific en- deavor and to encourage their interests in allied fields. This organization presents to the members and guests, programs of scientific interest from di- versified fields. The Science Club meets twice a month during the academic year and is open for membership to any undergraduate student enrolled at Florida Southern College who is interested in science. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB The Home Economics Club strives to interest more students in the field of home economics through frequent discussions of topics relating to the various fields in social science. During the year, members of the club sponsored a fashion show and attended the national convention of Kappa Omicron Phi Home Economic National Association. OFFICERS MARY SLOAN President ANN COMBS Vice-President MARGARET TRAYWICK Secretory PAULA McCULLUM Treasurer First Row: M. Miles, D. Winemon, B. Bit- tner, P. McCollum, A. Carroll, J. Walworth, P. Sautter, Mrs. L. Selig. Second Row: J. Woods, B. Moore, C. Painter, B. Johnston, C. Rack, J. Atons, L. Page, J. Stoddard, J. Mohr, Mrs. A. Ellison. Third Row: M. Mixon, P. Rouse, B. Lee, L. Pace, A. Combs, M. Trowick, S. Wellmann, B. Pound, B. Conrad, M. Sloan. 1 ' i i w ftMhlteifrtomui ii n i mat 139 INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB First Row: F. Szaba, I. Smith, D. Richards, F. Sauer, G. Caycc, H. Bournique, R. Paulsen, C. Mycr, D. Ronyak, R. Ham- merich. Second Row: F. Godard, W. Vann, J. Roe, J. Gross, T. Taylor, R. Nybakken, L. Schroder, J. Magruder, G. Zimmermann. To acquire thorough knowledge in industrial arts and to extend their range of interests throughout many related fields, the Industrial Arts Club meets twice weekly to learn skills and techniques. They frequently bring in offi- cials from industry to demonstrate lines of work not cover- ed at FSC. The Industrial Arts Club ' s Open House this year displayed their skill in all phases of the crafts field. OFFICERS WILLIAM VANN President TOMMY TAYLOR Secretary-Treasurer PROFESSOR ZIMMERMANN, PROFESSOR SZABO Advisors I III BAPTIST STUDENT UNION First Row: M. Maypole, J. Woods, B. Harrell, J. Robinson, E. Pirmenter, G. Tin, B. Stallings, H. Morgan. Second Row: D. King, R. Bvont J. Adair, E. Moody, J. Bass, L. Pace, R. Johnston, C. Hayes, N. Simpson, H. Pennington. The Baptist Student Union promotes a varied program to foster friendship and denominational interests among students. It offers a program of fellowship, social life, and intellectual study. This organization is open to all Baptist students. During the year the group met twice a month to discuss current problems, and sponsored parties with various other religious organizations at fre- quent intervals. This year representatives were sent to BSU conventions throughout the state and one in North Carolina. The organization also sponsored various chapel speakers. OFFICERS DON KING President MARGE MAYPOLE 1st Vice-President BARBARA TOWNSEND 2nd Vice-President EUGENIA MOODY Secretary E. SMITH Advisor 141 METHODIST STUDENT MOVEMENT First Row: J. Luce, B. Belcher, C. Logon, C. Danisn, J. Myers, J. Horvey, R. Vanzant, H. Eubanks, E. Russell, Rev. F. Luce. Second Row: W. Boird, B. Cronkhite, C. Irvine, S. Robinson, C. Myer, L. Fisockerly, M. Fink, D. Beach, J. Anderson, A .Carroll, A. Ingle, J. Cade. Third Row: E. Page, L. Miles, B. Lockman, B. Branscomb, B. Lamberson, L. Scoates, S. Witmer, L. Baker, D. Dieffenwierth, J. Jones, P. Powell. OFFICERS CECIL LOGAN President CLOENE IRVINE Vice-President JEANEE ANDERSON Secretary -Treasurer EDISON RUSSELL Social Chairman REV FRANCIS L. LUCE Advisor M.S.M. is open to all Methodist students It provides fellowship and recreation for its members and serves as an alliance of the student with the church. The Methodist Student Movement has been a very active group on campus this year, sponsoring square dances, coke parties, and they have sent representatives to various Methodist conventions. 142 H I L L E L SOCIETY OFFICERS IRWIN KOLIKOFF President ROBERT GUTTERMAN Vice-President LINDA KATZ Treasurer DOROTHY BRESLOW Secretory First Row: I. Kolikoff, M. Rose, J. Rosen, D. Bres- low, M. Selig. Second Row: G. Wichman, B. Rosenberg, J. Diamond R. Guteman. The Hille l Club is an intercollegiate organization of campus clubs for Jewish students. The purpose of the club is social and cultural; to enable its mem- bers to meet at stated times for fellowship and fun as well as for more serious discussions relating to music, literature, and art. The club is named after a Hebrew teacher and philosopher who lived during the latter part of the third century AD. 143 Jjo UJou r ementb ememoer . THE MARTIN KIHSCH BENEFIT 144 GREEKS ALPHA CHI DMEGA BETA OMICRON CHAPTER MEMBERS Arden Anderson Norma Barwick Joan Bledsoe Lee Buffo Carolee Cornelius Joan Dedmon Sue Dickenson Nancy Farmer Rennie Filewicz Joyce Finson Ann Foust Isabel Grundy Pat Harwood Barbara Howard ACTIVES Betty King Janet Lower Kathy Marone Mary Anne McDonald Kathy McKinnon Nancy Morrow Louise Nichols Judy Phillips Delana Rinehart Joy Rynksel Cynthia Slater Mary Sloan Maryann Voska Jean Walworth Asden Wolfe PLEDGES Doris Becker Carolyn Cocke Phyllis Cox Nancy Dibble Connie Geary Dorothy Hentz Mary Lee Hill Billie Sue Houser Judy Hull Nancy King Donna Legh Carol Rack Sue Rockhold Ann Stansbury Mary Stant Carol Wilson Anne Wooten 146 FOUNDED 18 8 7 This has been our year for sweethearts . . . Ever since the Pikes made Nancy Morrow their Dream girl, she has been beaming . . . Ann Foust as sweet- heart of SAE fights royally for them . . . Rennie Feli- wicz, TEP sweetheart, can ' t do enough for them . . . Pi Kapp Sweetheart, Sue Dickenson, looked charming presenting the Kaper ' s trophies . . . And we ' ll never forget the excitement of Mary Sloan when she was chosen Phi Delt sweetheart . . . Lee Buffo has the new title of " Miss Industrial Arts " ... As captain of the cheerleaders, Kathy Marone has cheered F.S.C. on to many victories ... In politics we do all right too . . . Rennie Feliwicz and Joan Bledsoe hold class offices and Lee Buffo and Kathy Marone hold Student Government offices . . . Also we have twenty officers in various campus organizations . . . Eight are Who ' s Who ' s gals . . . And we ' ll never forget Ann Foust ' s radiance when she was elected Miss Southern . . . Nor the radiance of Rennie when she was chosen Co-ed Colonel. OFFICERS ANNE FOUST President KATHY MARONE 1st Vice-President SUE DICKENSON 2nd Vice-President LOUISE NICHOLS Corresponding Secretary LEE BUFFO Recording Secretory ARDEN ANDERSON Treasurer 147 ALPHA DELTA PI GAMMA GAMMA CHAPTER MEMBERS ACTIVES PLEDGES Barbara Bredeken Nelson Bishop Ann Foy Helen Gewalt Mary Alice Grimes Jeanne Hays Margaret Killars Ann Koch Gwenith Land Judy Leonard Joanne Luzzo Pat Lyman Lucretia Norton Pat Plowman Joan Robbins Gwen Roberts Marcia Roland Betty Walker Jeanne Warner Jane Whitfield Joann Adair Jean Bass Carol Sue Baer Nancy Colman Barbara Conrad Patsy Ezell Evelyn Founts Susan Gillen Pat Harvey Barbara Hellwig Sandra Hughes Barbara Jones Nancy Miller Deane Nicholson Barbara Olson Ann Noe Jeane Persons Dixie Price Peggy Rouse Sally Sewell Trudy Sickle Barbara Tyson Sue Wellman Sue Whitfield 148 FOUNDED 18 5 1 We picked up twenty-one top pledges during fall rush . . . Wedding bells will be ringing soon for Trudy and Grif . . . Also for Barbara Bredeken . . . Pat Plow- man sports her Pi Kappa Phi pin well . . . We ' re mighty proud of Mary Alice Grimes, Judy Leonard, and Jeanne Warner who were elected to Who ' s Who . . . Also Mary Alice Grimes, Marcia Roland, Jeanne Warner, Gwen Land, and Judy Leonard brought us more honors when elected to Cap and Gown . . . Barbara Bredeken captured the hearts of the Tekes when they chose her as their sweetheart ... As sweetheart of the Quarter Century Club Sue Gillen has charge of their mascot, " Stinky " . . . " Anyone for Bridge? " . . . Peach Luzzo reigns over the Junior Class as Junior Queen . . . Passwords around the ADPi house; " Ya big Boob, " " Playing Smackie Mouthe again? " , " Pledge! " F 1 1 OFFICERS JEANNE WARNER President MARY ALICE GRIMES Vice-President GWEN ROBERTS Recording Secretary JUDY LEONARD Corresponding Secretary GWEN LAND Treasurer JANE WHITFIELD Chaplain MARGARET KILLARS Guard MARCIA ROLAND Historian ANN KOCH Registrar 149 ALPHA DMICROIV PI KAPPA GAMMA CHAPTER MEMBERS ACTIVES PLEDGES Joanne Antons Jeannine Brown Joan Burr Betty Bowles Shirley Cantwell Monica Darling Dorothy Deal Julie Evans Nancy Fay Marilyn Ingram Betty Lee Johnson Margaret LeRoy Marilyn McClellan Paula McCullom Delores McKnight Paula McLaurin Marjorie Maypole Mary Ellen Moskey Elizabeth Page Betty Ann Pound Jacqueline Rickerson Betty Gene Stallings Betty Burchfield Barbara Bittner Helen Blake Joan Carpenter Lynn Carins Ann Forman Lucy Fisackerly Carolyn Greer Vivian Johnson Lorna Kent Dagmar Hunnucutt Betty Ann Moyer Barbara Moore Lou Nail Betty Lee Betty Loflin Barbara Little Nancy Reeves Joan Sautter Phyllis Sautter Nancee Strunk Joann Turner Jean Woods Shirley Williams Jackie Stoddard Sue Veach 150 FOUNDED 18 9 7 A house full of frolic and song . . . We have many in the campus spotlight . . . Newspaper woman and brain, Joan Burr, topped the field in the Graduate Record exams . . . We are proud of Barbara Little, who has made a name in the golf world . . . Marge Maypole represents the sophomore class in the senate . . . Shirley Cantwell cheers the Mocs on to victory as a member of the cheering squad . . . Julie Evans sparks us on the athletic field . . . And Lib Page in the lab . . . And what could beat our Rose Ball? OFFICERS BETTY SUE JOHNSTON President JOAN ANTONS Vice-President NANCY FAY Recording Secretary JEANNINE BROWN Corresponding Secretary MARILYN INGRAM Treasurer 151 BETA SIGMA OMICRON BETA SIGMA OMICRON MEMBERS ACTIVES PLEDGES Jo Ann Anderson Judy Beach Canlda Harvley Hazel Morgan Harrier Owens Eleanor Robbins Joan Ruegg Marcia Salage Joan Steinauer Earliene Sumner Eugenia Moody Drucilla Allen Dorothy Beach Doris Bell Diana Berg Mary Bryant Marilyn Buroker Jane Charles Ruth Cannon Audrey Dietrich Dolores Karlson Lucy Lancashire Delores Meiner Jean Williams 152 FOUNDED 18 8 8 " Forward on your slides, ready all, row! " . . . We came gliding across the finish line to take first place in the Founder ' s Week Girl ' s Crew Races . . . Started the year off with a large number of enthusiastic pledges . . . Marcia always knitting one, pearling two . . . The Phi Sigs seem to be very fond of our trophies and plaques this year . . . They have a knack for making certain members blush . . . Joan, the math brain . . . " Can anyone play the piano ? " . . . Found- er ' s Week also brought us first prize for house decor- ations . . . " Oh Happy Day. " yrV4 OFFICERS JUDY BEACH President MARCIA SALAGE Vice-President HAZEL MORGAN Recording Secretary JEANNE MOODY Corersponding Secretory JO-ANN ANDERSON Treasurer 153 DELTA ETA BETA ZETA CHAPTER a MEMBERS ACTIVES PLEDGES Corolyn Arthur Barbara Brush Mary Carlo Katherine Conway Mary Lou Dick Effie Fairchild Mary Jane Freeman Ann Hennessey Jean Linville Pat Maxon Marie Mixon Judy Ott Carol Riley Suzanne Rose Marilyn Shibley Winnie Smith Sue Thornton Judy White Glenda Bass Karen Boice Joan Bowie Kay Bushman Ann Combes Martha Duck Cindy Fairchild Barbara Goodrick Alice Grey Barbara Hand Barbara Imig Martha Johnson Mary Johnson Mary Johnston Maryann Keiter Dolores Claudine Keith Joan Kenney Louise Lawler Betty Morrison Sylvia Moyer Mary Norris Phyllis Oudshott Bobbie Pontius Prudi Rigsbee Phyllis Rowe Virginia Sikes Patsy Smith Tiz Smith Alice Soehner Nancy Trousdale Wineman 154 FOUNDED 19 2 The gals that beat the Quarter-Century Club in scooter-hockey . . . Cheerleader, Prudy Rigsby is noted for her cartwheel . . . Marie Mixon looks like a general with all of her pins, which include the Lambda Chi sweetheart pin . . . Speaking of sweethearts, Pat Maxon has been a real sweetheart to the Sig Eps . . . The girl everyone fears is Suzanne Rose, president of W.S.G.A. . . . Always busy is Mary Carlo, president of Cap and Gown and veep of Kappa Delta Pi . . . Energetic isn ' t the word for the Fair- Child sisters . . . Carolyn Arthur holds the job of class senator and also T.C. . . . Effie Fairchild bal- ances the books for the sophomore class . . . The pinning of the year was when Barbara Hand received Skip ' s " Hop-Along-Cassidy " pin . . . It ' s been a year of fun and good times, long to be remembered. OFFICERS MARIE MIXON President LYNN SHILBY First Vice-President JUDY OTT Second Vice-President MARY CARLO Recording Secretary SUZANNE ROSE ... Corresponding Secretary JEAN LINVILLE . . . Treasurer 155 PHI SIGMA SIGMA Dorothy Breslow, Lindo Katz, Marion Rose, Jane Rosen Once upon a time on the campus of F.S.C. There was a group of girls known to you and me To the members of every fraternity and sorority It was known that we were not the majority Even though now, we are only four In the next year, we hope to have more Small we are But tops by far. 15G FANHCLLCNIC COUNCIL First Row: P. Luzzo, N. Bishop, D. McKnight, K. Morone. Second Row: J. Beach, E Robbins, S. Cantwell, A. Hennessey. OFFICERS PEACH LUZZO President DOLORES McKNIGHT Vice-President ELEANOR ROBBINS Secretary KATHY MARONE Treasurer The Panhellenic Council is an organization composed of representatives from each sorority on campus. It governs inter-sorority affairs and promotes a harmonious relationship among the sororities. The purpose of the Council is to keep fraternity life on a high level and to act as a forum in the discus- sion of fraternity and sorority problems. It also governs the rules of rushing and pledging. 157 LAMBDA CHI ALPHA EPSILON XI CHAPTER ACTIVES First Row: W. Sheridan, F. Bressler, C. Robertson, J. Henshall, H. Wilson, T. Carusone. Second Row: E. Case, R. Ordway, T. Hayes, K. Krueger, J. LoRe. Third Row: C. Neill, M. Smith, Dr. R. MacGowan. Fourth Row: R. Kiser, K. Herndon, E. Heidig, J. Nicholaus, D Halle, T. Moody, B. Nelson. PLEDGES First Row: J. Swain, E. Parcell, C. Orrico, F. Donatell. Second Row 0. Smith, K. Stanner, J. Vaughn, T. Covone, F. Donatelli. Third Row: S. Owen, R. Schroder, R. Davis, M. Del Gaizo, D. Maxwell, W. Krauss. 158 FOUNDED 19 9 Tops in sports and tops in leadership . . . Jack Hen- shal! and Tony Carusone, president and vice-president of ODK . . . Teacher Henshall also is president of Kappa Delta Pi . . . Happy day when Jack and Tony were nominated for " Who ' s Who " . . . Pete and his mad dances and little songs . . . Captain Jesse LoRe represents the army side of the house . . . Ken Hern- don proved to be an outstanding senator in the SBA . . . Mighty proud of that Intramural All Sports Trophy . . . Our weightlifter, Ed Heidig, won the chapter ' s " Athlete of the Year " Award . . . The foot- ball trophy holds the place of honor, for it is ours for keeps . . . The biggest (?) sports event of the year was our " hard-fought " basketball game with Alpha Chi . . . The party afterwards was fun anyway . . . The lodge has witnessed many a good time. MISS MARIE MIXON Sweetheart of Lambda Chi Alpha Hfci i hi ■ isKU " m - y M i IS t m ....... OFFICERS KEN HERNDON President JACK HENSHALL Vice-President TOM LUPOSELLO Secretary t ANTHONY CARUSONE Treasurer BROOK NELSON Social Chairman JESSE LORE Pledge Trainer HERB WILSON Ritualist 159 PHI SIGMA KAPPA OMEGA TRITON CHAPTER MEMBERS ACTIVES PLEDGES Frank Blakeman Bob Searcy Jose Abascal Jack Rubush Albert Blanco Jack Smith Max Bulski Bill Sauls John Callaway Fritz Stardgartner Bill Carey Bob Strickland Charles Dent Douglas Tan Roger Lucas Joe Tanaka Mel Dural Kurt Voss Jack Howell Rus Wilson Erdam Nayman Paul Winters KiD FOUNDED 18 7 3 Came out on tops in scholarship . . . Brains galore . . . Our celebrities, Fritzie and Kurt worked at Cy- press Gardens in M.G.M. film, " Easy to Love " . . . Long remembered on F.S.C. campus with be our Beeth- oven, Douglas Tan . . . One of our leaders, Frank Blakeman is Pi Gamma Mu, ODK, and Student Union . . . The parties have been fun, the studying hard, but the memories dear. MISS DALE CLARK Moonlight Girl of Phi Sigma Kappa OFFICERS FRANK BLAKEMAN President ALBERTO BLANCO Vice-President CHARLES DENT Secretory DOUGLAS TAN Treasurer JOHN CALLAWAY Instructor MAX J. SELIG Advisor 161 PI KAPPA ALPHA DELTA DELTA CHAPTER V ACTIVES First Row. A. Newsome, H. Clemmons, A. Ready, H. McCulloh, W. Fitzgerald, J. Cade, W. Beder. Second Row. D. Readdick, L Ray, G. Lent, J. Smith, F. Snell, D. Richards, B. Terry, J. Dewey. Third Row. J. Wells, B. Herring, A. White, F. Sauer, C. Castles, G. McCormick, D. Anderson. Fourth Row. R. Cantwell, B. Whiting, G. Templin, J. Carlton, J. Hagemeister, J. McKenzie, C. Selph, K. Lutz, L. Selph. Fifth Row. S. Anderson, L. Nathurst, J. Crawford, T. Taylor, B. Belcher, G. Farrar, F. Carter, P. Mathews, P. Hyer, J. Luce. First Row. D. Mizell, J. D. Griffith, B. Fleming, D. Davis. PLEDGES Nelson, R. Adams, C. Maxwell, J. Hess, C. Castle, D. Mann, F. Campisi. Second Row K. Rauth, B. Clarke, L. Grimes, L. Huckabee, R. Bryan. Third Row B. Medley, E. Bryan, J. Atchinson, A. Bogert, J. Freeny, E. Thompson, M. Robbins, 162 FOUNDED 18 6 8 THE PIKE HOUSE— the house of wheels . . . One Who ' s Who " . . . Five ODK ' s . . . Frank Carter, the President of the Student Body . . . one senator . . . Farley Snell as president of the Sophomore class has made the class tops . . . President of the Intramural Board . . . President of FT. A. ■ • ■ President of the Science Club . . . Many girls sporting Pike pins this year . . . Gary Farrar, never to be forgotten for his editorials . . . " Where ' s your cane, Pledge? 5 " . . . Archie Newsom famous for his Charleston . . . Con- sistently high in membership, scholarship, and athle- tics . . . The annual Dream Girl Dance leaves fond memories. MISS NANCY MORROW Dream Girl of Pi Kappa Alpha OFFICERS LOREN S. RAY S. M. C. PASCO CADE I. M. C. WALTER FITZGERALD Th. C. JAMES E. LUCE Historian 163 PI KAPPA PHI BETA BETA CHAPTER MEMBERS ur VFS Ptf DGf 5 Emonuel Badalament George Baldwin William Barkalow Frank Bateman Paravon Comlekcier William Covell Robert Dalbow John Dinklage Charles Elliott Joseph Garrison George Given Noel Jahna Douglas MacGregor Ralph Nybokken Robert Reid Romeo Renna David Wallom Daniel Willi, Im Jim Appledorn John Frasz Jerry Goetting Bill Hawthorne Dick Lark Bill Meeker Chuck Newcombe Burt Pauley Tandy Pedigo Steve Potz Don Tatro 164 FOUNDED 19 4 " Curtain going up " . . . We launched the year with our annual parade of talent Kampus Kapers . . . Muscle man Steve Potz . . . Favorite with all of the gals Ralph Nybakken . . . Big man on campus, Bill Covell . . . Pushing the Student Union is vice-president Frank Bateman . . . " Coffee-time " . . . Bill Barkalow, surrounded at the ADpi table . . . The strong, silent type, John Dinklege . . . " One for all and all for one " . . . Our blow-out of the year, The Gold and White Ball. ll ' MPa MISS SUE DICKENSON Sweetheart or Pi Kappa Phi fESSa OFFICERS NOEL JAHNA President DOUGLAS MacGREGOR Secretary EMANUEL BADALAMENT Treasurer ROBERT REID Warden JOE GARRISON Chaplain 165 SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON FLORIDA GAMMA CHAPTER ACTIVES Firs, Row. S. Wright, C. Blackburn, B. Rowland, H. Smith, J. Campbell, J. Meyer. Second Row. H. Bournique, H. Smcltzly, C. Wagner, B. Edmunds, N. Di Maggio, R. Adams. Third Row. L. Coulson, A. Hazelip, B. Conklin, B. Geroy, J. Ayre, C. Clark, W. Nor ton. PLEDGES First Row. D. Ronyak, G. Traynor, E. Greer, G. Smith, L. Cooper, S. Maurer, R. Hammerick. Second Row A. Van Winkle, T. Jackson, F. Veile, B. Carruth, J Cauright, P. Minster, J. Robertson. Third Row D. Russett, T. Mooney, R. Woodruff, B. Vanderbeck, B. Lonswell, B. Dervan, B. Goodnetter. Fourth Row. H. Royster, J. Waddell, K. Pheil, K. Lowe, B. Mullan, E. Pecora, B. Gary 166 FOUNDED 18 5 6 " Phi Alpha " — Password of all good SAE ' s . . . Been an all around tops year . . . The recreation room in the basement has just been finished to look like some- thing out of Home Garden . . . Knotty pine and all . . . Connie has been frantically looking for ushers . . . Crew has taken over the house . . . " Moon " Mullins and Don Buck, both varsity basketball are two guys we ' re mighty proud of . . . All told the house has twenty-two boys participating in varsity sports . . . Skip Wright finally made the big decision and trans- ferred his pin to Mary Lou . . . Still guarding the lion from paint smearers . . . The Christmas Dance brings back fond memories MISS ANN FOUST Sweetheart 0 Sigma Alpha Epsilon jfWsrr S OFFICERS CONNIE WAGNER President JIM MEYER 1st Term Vice-President BUD CONCKLIN 2nd Term Vice President CHARLES BLACKBURN Secretary BOB GEROY Treasurer 167 SIGMA PHI EPSILON FLORIDA DELTA CHAPTER MEMBERS ACTIVES PLEDGES Leonard Adams John Hoots Jack Brooks Dave Kelsey Donald Bergh Robert Glatz Robert Costin Ronald Luckach Daniel Caprio Merl Korlock Hank Calderone Richard Maurno James Dugan Marvin Lau Hank Carroll Walter Peplow Allan Dunn Molinaro Ray Carrucci Dick Smith Paul Flores Richard Mosco Robert Elting Don Sutti Donald Hill Bill Peterson Paul Frank Jack Williamson Gene Hill John Ward John Will ams 168 FOUNDED 19 1 Al Dunn, social chairman, organized parties and more parties . . . Our captivating sweetheart, Pat Maxon . . . Our leadership man, Jim Dugan became president of the Junior Class, I.F.C. treasurer, and Student Union treasurer . . . Vice-President, Don Hill leads the intellectual clique, while also earning the reputation of Harry James 1 1 as a sideline . . . Our genius, Gene Molinaro received " Scot Memorial Key for Scholarship " . . . Our biggest sport, Johnny Wil- liams, victorious at table tennis . . . The big year was really set off when we won the Kampus Kapers with " It ' s In The Book " . . . The trophy is a real beauty . . . Will we ever forget our prodigious Christ- mas Party and Annual Queen of Hearts Ball in Tampa? . . . Never! MISS PAT MAXON Sweetheart or Sigma Phi Epsilon OFFICERS JOHN WARD President DON HILL Vice-President JOHN WILLIAMS Secretary LEN ADAMS Comptroller AL DUNN Guard GENE HILL Historian ■HTO HHH 169 T A U KAPPA EPSILDN BETA TAU CHAPTER MEMBERS ACTIVES PLEDGES Frank Berkman Frank Deo Jack Ellis Gil Fryer Wes Fryer Bob Hermanspan Donald Horsey Tom Korth Jack Larson George Maw Jim Powers John Robinson Frank Rosenburg Howard Rothenburger Gerald Schackman Gerald Slavin Hal Waters Skip Abbot Mike Adlon Manuel DeBono Ed Hermanspan Ken Hill Howie Jones Bill Moree Lavon Myers Elmer Rounds Pete Sills Chick Walker Ken West 170 .♦•■■• ♦ FOUNDED 18 9 9 " The fraternity on the lake " ... A fraternity well represented on the campus . . . Hal Waters holds the presidency of the Inter Fraternity Council . . . This " man about campus " also edits the Southern . . . The varsity shell carrys four TEKES . . . Skip Abbot is captain of the shell . . . tres bien was the annual Paris Underground party . . . Great guy; Cyril Lord, chan- cellor of F.S.C. and honorary TEKE . . . Leading the Gasparilla Parade was Johnny Robinson, that famed drum major . . . Gil Fryer, quite the lover on campus . . . Elmer Rounds looks to be a great journalist . . . The glory of the year was winning the house decor- ations for Founder ' s Week. MISS BARBARA BREDEKEN Sweetheart of Tau Kappa Epsilon OFFICERS GIL FRYER President WES FRYER Vice-President JOHN ROBINSON Secretary GEORGE MAW Treasurer DONALD HORSEY Historian JERRY SLAVIN Chaplain HOWIE ROTHENBURGER Pledge Master FRANK BERKMAN House Master 171 P H I DELTA Left to Right, First Row: D. Shaver, W. Vann, J. Bowden, N. Davis. Second Row. M. Carmitchell, J. Roe, D. Schork, C. Stitwell, J. Conner, F. Schramm. Third Row: R. Diamond, J. McCormack, W. Brown, J. Megou, J. McPherson, C. Morrow. New organization with new ideas . . . Placed high in intramurals . . . Man of the airlanes, Dave Shaver . . . Don Schork, veep of the Student Body . . . Our favorite cat, Walt Blomquist . . . " Dig that crazy horn " . . . This has been our year for " Firsts " . . . First sweetheart . . . First Sweetheart Ball . . . And our first pledges. OFFICERS WILLIAM VANN President NORMAN DAVIS Recording Secretary DAVID SHAVER Corresponding Secretary JOHN ROE Treasurer DONALD SCHORK Pledgemaster MISS MARY SLOAN Sweetheart of Phi Delta 172 TAU EPSILOS P H I TAU RHO CHAPTER Left to Right, First Row: R. Lorcada, R. Gilman, D. Garfinkel, M. Gurman. Second Row G. Faxas, G. Wichman, R. Hollander, G. Sulkess, W. jteen, B. Rosenberg. Third Row: R. Gurerman, P. Circorelli, I. Kolikoff, N. Palamara. Fourth Row: J. Diamond, R. Barest, W. Scudero, P. linger, E. Garcia, N. Pituniz, D. Shapiro. Tep ' s Merrymakers . . . Our excuse for Mutt Jeff is " Big George " and " Mouse " . . . Who will forget Pat Cicorelli on the dance floor ... Or Jerry Lehman and his sea stories . . . Jam sessions at the C.T. . . . The " lovebirds " of the campus, Phil and Rose ... At our Seventh Annual Tep-Hop Alyce Gray was chosen 1953 campus queen . . . " Here ' s to you and the way you do the hula-hop! " MEh ■ ■■■ t ' : ' a] Ht ' ■ B Bp H HB ' dN ' 1 r ■ i 4H Mm ' ' JLmWP OFFICERS RICHARD BAREST Chancellor BILL SCUDERO Vice-Chancellor IRWIN KOBKOFF Corresponding Scribe NICHOLAS PALAMARA Bursar MISS RENNIE FILEWICZ Sweetheart of Tau Epsilon Pi 173 T H E T A CHI GAMMA DELTA CHAPTER Left to Right, First Row B Wilton, B. Saul, B McKinzie, L. Kelly, Second Row J Upham, D. Fisher, V. Hockman, C. Senger, G. Badger, B. Schack- man, A. Plumber. Third Row: J. Smith, B. Johnston, F. Adams, D. Kolb, W. Testerman, F. Phillips, J. Lester, H. Cameron. This year saw the men of the Snake and Swords come back on campus from the " Big House " on South Boulevard . . . Chores were handled by Prexy " Jaguar " Johnston of Town and Country car fame . . . " Upstart " Upham was VP and Don " give me a buck, will ya ? " . . . Hackman Schackman were there with Jack " Mysterious Traveler " Smith and LeRoy " Foghorn " Kelly, whose voice is lower than " Colonel " Plumers . . . Old Married men evident were " Kingfish " Fisher and Fritz " no joke " Adams . . . The Red and White Ball and The Dream Girl Dance were tops. F F 1 C E R S BRUCE JOHNSTON . . President JOHN UPHAM . . . . Vice-President DON FISHER Secretary DON KOLB Treasurer MIMHH MISS FRANCIS OUTLAW Dream Girl of Theta Chi 174 INTERFR ATE H M I T Y COUNCIL Left to Right, First Row: H. Wilson, B. Concklin, J. Ward, J. Upham, I. Kolikoff. Second Row. A. Blanco, B. Johnston, H. Waters, G. Fryer, B. Rosenberg. Third Row. K. Voss, K. Herndon, W. Fryer, H. Smith. Fourth Row. J. Wells, L. Ray. The interfraternity Council works as an integral body for the improvement of fraternity life at Florida Southern. The representatives of the council are chosen from each organization and act as a judicial body on any questions or problems concerning fra- ternities. The group sponsors an annual free dance each fall semester in order to introduce new students to each other and also to acquaint them with what fraternities have to offer. The Council has also aided consider- ably in Southerns founder ' s week cermonies. OFFICERS HAL WATERS President KEN HERNDON . . . Vice-President HOWIE SMITH Secretary JIM DUGAN Treasurer BRUCE JOHNSON .... Sgt.-at-Arms 175 KAMPUS Sigma Phi Epsilon and Alpha Delta Pi 176 S P R T S WOMEN ' S INTRAMURAL RDARfl Left to Right, First Row: E. Roberts, E. Fairchild, J. Hays, J. Steinauer. Second Row: E. Rihcrd, M. Maypo ' c, M. Stone, J. Stewart, P. Carter. 178 » « ♦ INTRAMURALS BASKETBALL THE WINNERS . Aloha Omicron Pi First Row Cantwell, Bittner, Rickerson, Stallings, Strunk. Second Row. Cairns, Evans, Lee, May- pole, Kent. Third Row Johnson, Bowles, McClellant, Page. THE WINNERS Delta Zeta First Row: Smith, Arthur, Kenny Second Row. Ott. Fairchild, Carlo, Linville, Shibely, Rose. Make that basket! Don ' t miss that ball! 179 INTRAMURALS I ® f SCOOTER HOCKEY THE WINNERS Delta Zeta: Ott, Fairchild, Carlo LinvJIc, Shibley, Rose. The winners of the founders week Regatta, and undefeated in 1953.1 THE WINNERS: first Row Sochner. Second Row: Wilson, Sikes, Beach. Third Row. Cairns, Stone, Stewart. VOLLEYBALL 180 V « ♦ WOMEN ' S SPORTS SOCCER BADMINTON ...INTRAMUHALS HOCKEY ARCHERY 181 GIRLS CREW At the Left: Beta Sigma Omicron crew team. Winners of the Founder ' s Week Regatta. Before The Race Shoving Off At Dusk RUNNERS UP IN WOMEN ' S CREW COMPETITION DELTA ZETA ALPHA DELTA PI ALPHA CHI OMEGA ALPHA OMICRON PI SOUTHERNETTES I MAa PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAJORS CLUO n Left to Right: Morilyn McClelland, Rosilee Oughterscn, Morge Moypole, Moryanne Vosko, Pat Carter, Nancy Strunk, Stella Roberts. CHEERLEADERS NANCY MORROW KATHY MARONE Captain FEACH LUZZO Co-Captain SUE WHITFIELD ASDEN WOLFE SHIRLEY CANTWELL PAT HARVEY h BASKETBALL Front Row: Charlie Senger, Hoi Smetzley, Vi; Hacxman, Don Buck, Bill Edmunds, Frank DeSavino. Middle Row Cooch Clipson MorDel Robbins, Tom Ward, Fred Lapjer, Nick Pelligrino, Howard Jones. Back Row: " Moon " Mullins, Bill Leach, Al Huff. COACH BILL CLIPSON The nucleus of last year ' s team once again, with the addition of many new freshmen, de- monstrated that we still have one of the best amateur ball clubs in the state. A new addition to the team is a big man from way up north Florida. Bill Leach, a 6 ' 7 " transfer student from the University of Florida. Coach Clipson, the new basketball coach, comes to Southern to take over the reins, after coaching many years at Troy High School, Troy, Alabama. ' . ♦ ♦ The basketball team did not have the sea- son that they had expected. Most of the games were close, usually by five points or less. The team showed its prowness at the end of the season by the excellent playing of Don Buck, and the breaking of the one thousand point mark by Fred Lapper. At the end of the season the team went to the Dixie Conference finals at Macon, Geor- gia. Southern took the consolation prize and three of our team members were chosen on the All-Conference team. They were Don Buck, Bill Leach, and Fred Lapper. The prospects for next year look very good with some more freshman blood and the sea- soned men returning. The season looks bright! Good Luck, gang. Southern " Mil Hill HI Wl IIIIKNN MS . O " HI Rls: ' " " " ' " " " M " HN " Mini. I MI. Ml. HOKIIIV mn »V. IIKKI K I... ItU 1 NIGHT " WED M MBIK J . StMOH OH! S rcpfVMTIIIUtltC lr.«in ill. Dcptirtmcni .-i ilk Sa j til I iv on iiu L.iinpii. Kfnly NG ' r,,s " 1 Fcb M SK ' " ' ' ■ K ' " " " u cjlcd j] tht Wmiiminiliofi Nnl.liny .ii p in i.. .11 ICTVKM sCDHV ft ' ab. " Ii. i it t ii ttfCUTMJ p,-.,- I l ptU or tjtf. i n IrM Moc Crews Take All Events In Gala Gasparilla Regatta £ P. Unger and Coach Couch As the season closed last year our Varsity and Junior Varsity crews, defeated Tampa and Rol- lins at the State Championship races, held at Lake Parker. The following day the Varsity crew travelled to the Dad Vail, in Boston. In this race the Varsity showed well by coming in fourth and only one boat length behind the leader, LaSalle. During the season the Varsity suffered two defeats. One at the hands of Boston University by 9 1 Oths of a second. The other loss was to LaSalle. The Junior Varsity had an undefeated season with the exception of one race, which was only a warm-up to the State Championships. Some of the other crews which we have rowed throughout the 1952 season are Dartmouth, American International College, Rollins, Boston University, LaSalle, Amherst, and a visiting in- ternational crew from Guatemala. The crew from Guatemala was not an exper- ienced crew but they did give a fight to the Southern crew. Before the race the Gautemalian crew gave medals to the boys from Southern as a token of international relations and friendship. In return the Florida Southern Crew gave their racing shirts to the visiting crew to make the bond complete. 4 ♦ . ♦ • ' ♦•.♦ ' VARSITY ■ r At the end of the season our crew lost three exper- ienced oarsmen and coxswain. Namely, Paul Locke, John Lehn, and Bud Borden. The coxswain was Paul Healy. But an experienced Junior Varsity crew and three additions from the Detroit Rowing Club rounded out things again. Just as the season ended the Crew and members of the campus canvassed the student body, to raise money for a new shell for the crew. Coach Couch had the student body raise half the money for the shell and then a Lakeland Executive raised the other half. A shell, I might add, is worth $2,000 or more. This man and benefactor of the new shell, Spirit of Lake- land, raised one thousand dollars. Thanks to Mr. George Jenkins of Lakeland, the shell was purchased. This year the Varsity and Junior Varsity crews have some Baby Mocs ' to take care of. Namely, the Freshman crew. Formed again after a lay-off of two years, they seem to be picking up where they left off. As we go to press the Varsity, Junior Varsity, and Freshman crews have beaten the Tampa crew in the Gasparilla Regatta, and the Founder ' s Week Regatta. This year, Coach Roy Couch has invented a secret weapon, in the form of a new type oar. This oar has paid off in two regattas. Best of Luck to you Coach Couch and the Crews of FSC. VISITING CREW FROM GUATEMALA JUNIOR VARSITY FRESHMAN CREW BASEBALL COACH J. B. LEASE The Florida Southern College baseball team under the coaching of Jim Lease, showed up very well under fire last year. The most spec- tacular effort shown last season was per- formed by Charlie Senger when he pitched a double header, and won both games. This year Coach Lease went into his bag of tricks and surprises and pulled another pitcher out of the bag by the name of Dick Donnelly. Dick, pitched for Stetson last year and turned in many creditable performances. With these two fireballers and returning veterans as; Georgs O ' Neil, Charlie Selph, Paul Parrish, and Frank DeSavino. And the new addi- tions such as Bill Carruth, Roger Baer, and Chuck Van Deven, the team should round out to be one of the top baseball teams that FSC has ever put on the field. As we go to press the baseball team has split a non-league tilt to the Lakeland Pilots, and are traveling to Miami next week to play the Marines. INTHAMUHAL BOARD First Row: Bob Cantwell, Pi Kappa Alpha; Garry E. Lent, President; Dove Shaver, Phi Delta Secretary; Vic Hackman, Theta Chi. Second Row: Charlie Hazelip, SAE; Sam DiDonato, Newman Club; Jack Larson, THE; Dan Caprio, SPE; Robert Guterman, TEP. The Men ' s Intramural Board helps direct, plan and put into operation a varied program of athletic activities. They try to make it possible for a maxi- mum number of students to find a desirable acti- vity and to enjoy participating in that sport. The board is made up of one representative from each sport ' s participating group. The program now in- cludes approximately sixteen team and individual sports, each with trophy incentives. 193 THE t t S ' ' CLUB First Row: J. Meyer; G. O ' Neil; C. Senger; V. Hockman; J. Schackman. Second Row: D. Beder, F. DeSavino; H. Smeltzly; A. Chandler; B. Terry. Third Row: B. Concklin; T. Ward; F. Rothery; K. Pfeil; G. Fryer. Fourth Row: D. Weinberg; N. Pellegrino; W. Fryer; S. Abbot; L. Coulson. Fifth Row: C. Selph; G. Farrar; A. Huff; J. B. Lease, Advisor. OFFICERS GEORGE O ' NEIL President HAL SMELTZLY Vice-President and Treasurer NICK PELLEGRINO Sergeant-at-Arms J. B. LEASE Advisor AL HUFF Secretary « P7 N Composed of letter winners in competitive athletics, the Varsity " S " Club dedicates its services to the college to promote activities and finance to the point whereby the students may have even more facilities and materials than our school can now provide. Working hand in hand with the Lakeland community, they are planting seeds for a more vital col- lege life for the entire student body, now and in the future. m • Mm- K I H A new course started this year at Southern is Skish. This full year course stands under the title of " Skish and Outdoor Life " and includes practical and bait fishing, fly casting, spinning, and trolling. For class work, students work on tackle (fly tying, plug making, use of lures, and rod and reel repairing). The fundamentals of camping and camp cooking and boating will be taught, blanketed by a thorough knowledge of first aid and safety. As Coach Lease said, " Here is a college course that offers fun plus education. So many college courses offer so little practical value that can be utilized after you leave college. Skish is a course that can be applied long after you have left school. " There were many planned trips to the Kissimmee River and the surround- ing district. One of the students is Doctor Robert A. MacGowan, who is pictured with his catch. This is one college class that really brings home the bacon. Above: Start of the Intramural Crew Races SAE Volleyball Champions INTRA MURALS Below: Finish of Intramural Crew Races 196 MILITARY 197 CDLDH GUARD KeAerue KJpficerd Ut rainin 9 £ orn$ 198 ♦ ♦ ♦ MAJOR GENERAL EDWIN P. PARKER The Provost Marshal General LUDD M. SPIVEY President 199 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 Florida Southern College In 1951, Colonel Dickenson was awarded a certificate of outstanding achievement by the admin- istration of the college 200 R D T C The ROTC at Florida Southern College 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 Assis- tant Professor of Military Science and Tactics. The old arts building was converted to army specifications and thousands of dollars of govern- ment money and equipment began to arrive on the campus. The initial plans were based upon an anticipated enrollment of 250 cadets. In August, Captain Louis O. Giuffrida was assigned to the ROTC staff after his return from Korea, and the teaching staff for the first year was completed. M Sgt. Marvin Beaman was detailed as Sgt. Major and Sgts. Wilson, Beheler and Simmons were assigned by the Department of the Army. Maximum enrollment in 1951 was 231 cadets. Organized as an MP. Battalion, the cadets made a fine impression upon the entire college and com- munity. In 1952 the maximum enrollment jumped to 361 cadets. The ROTC staff was increased by the assignment of 1st Lieutenant Arthur J. McKinney, a Korean veteran, and M Sgt. C. C. Curry. The college completed the construction of a new small bore range at Edge Hall and riflery was added to the ROTC program. Perhaps the best evaluation of the ROTC program is that of the cadets themselves. They have been demonstrating an increasing pride in personal appearance and in unit esprit. They have been recognizing to a greater degree their respon- sibilities to their community and country. They are becoming better citizens. 201 .,.: JOHN T. STANSILL Major, M. P. C. MAJOR STANSILL Major Stansill was assigned to FSC from the Provost Marshal General ' s Center in Georgia. A veteran of 13 years in the regu- lar army, Major Stansill served in Europe and saw action in many campaigns. CAPTAIN GIUFFRIDA Captain Giuffrida was assigned to FSC from the combat zone in Korea, where he was company commander in the famous 7th infantry division. During World War II, Captain Giuffrida was an officer in the USMC and served in the Pacific Theater of operations. During the year 1951-52, he was elected as sponsor of the Sophomore Class. In 1952 Captain Giuffrida was elec- ted to membership in Omicron Delta Kappa, the national honor and leadership society. 202 LOUIS 0. GIUFFRIDA Captain, M. P. C. First Lieutenant Arthur J. McKinney, Jr., was assigned to F.S.C. also from the combat zone in Korea. He was a detachment com- mander at Wonju; later, operations and executive officer. ARTHUR J. McKINNEY, JR. First Lieutenant, M.P.C. M SGT. BEAMAN M SGT. WILSON M SGT. CURRY S FC BEHELER S FC SIMMONS 203 ft CADET STAFF JESSE D. LORE Copt. (S-l) ALAN W. PLUMER Capt. fS-2 J S-4) GEORGE B. GARRARD Lt. Col. (BN. COMDR.) NOEL C. JAHNA Major (BN. S-3) RAYMOND F. COLE Major (BN. EX. OFF) 204 B A IV D COL. E. W. BOWEN Cited as an outstanding unit of the R.O.T.C. on the F.S.C. campus, the military band under Col. E. W. Bowen performed well at all R.O.T.C. functions 205 COMPANY " A " CAPTAIN WILLIAM W. KING Company Commander 1ST. LT. VAUGHN S. GRUNDY Executive Officer MASTER SGT. JAMES NEELY First Sergeant CORPORAL WALTER COMPARE Guidon Bearer 1ST PLATOON 2ND. LT. HAROLD CAMERON Platoon Leader 2ND PLATOON 2ND LT. WILLIAM SCUDERO Platoon Leader 206 4 ••. COMPANY " B " CAPTAIN PAUL E. RICH Company Commander 1ST. LT. BUD CONKLIN Executive Officer 1ST. SGT. KENNETH PHEIL First Sergeant 207 COMPANY " D " 1ST. LT. WILLIAM CAMPBELL Company Commander 2ND. LT. JOHN MADDOX Executive Officer MASTER SGT. ALBERT HAZELIP First Sergeant CORPORAL BOB GOODNETTER Guidon Bearer 208 i ♦ ♦ •. 1 COMPANY " C " CAPTAIN JACK RAMSEY Company Commander 209 HONOR GUARD FIRST ROW: Nothurst, Wilton, Newsome, Croke, Krueger, Blockstone, Suriano, Campbell. SECOND ROW: Pheil, Geroy, Dalbow, Mosco, Nelson, Newton, Schackman. THIRD ROW: Campisi, Curtis, Krauss, Hazlip, Snyder, Upham, Luposello. CAPTAIN L. GIUFFRIDA Advisor CADET CAPT. JESSE LORE Honor Guard Commander 210 INFOHMALS t H I F L E a n J I s T L T E A M Standing: C. Wagner, K. Pheil, L. Coulson, G. Sulkess. Kneeling: J. Kerlin, E. Humphries, P. Cicoreili, R. Barest. Standing: C. Wagner, Jesse LoRe, R. Geroy, A. Hazlip. Kneeling: R. Reid, D. Crum, J. Campbell, T. Jackson. 212 For the first time in the history of Florida Southern College, a rifle team under the direction of Captain Louis Giuffrida and a B pistol team with Colonel Dickenson as the advisor, was formed to compete against other schools throughout the United States. Although the members are R. O. T. C. students only, both squads are considered varsity clubs, and r success fully meet fl I 0. match scholastic criteria will be gran- i-jfk 1 ted a varsity award. All matches are postal matches tfjL and are fired in compliance with the National Rifle Association rules. The team, which fire J their matches in the range at Edge Hall, have been aided not only t by the Colonel and Captain, but by S FC Simmons who « has been the ' " " " J " " guiding spirit and source of inspiration to all team members. For two first year j. teams their records ran true to form with both teams having losing records. This is actually half the story because inside of a month RIFLE team fired their first total score by more PISTDL in a steady incline. after the rifle match, they increased their than 100 points and continued The pistol team after losing their first match by more than 200 points began to narrow down their margin and when their third match was fired they won by 59 points. Like the rifle team they also H increased their U total score. Both teams showed enough spirit throughout the season, even though they knew they were " babies " in competition, £ to prove that next season Florida Southern College will have two %r; " teams out to bring home winning and commendable records. " 1 213 HIFLE an J PISTOL CLUB Association of both male and female stu- dents not necessarily connected with the R.O.T.C. are more than welcomed to this club. The Rifle and Pistol Club, which is devoted to the furtherance of Rifle and Pistol compe- titive matches, is charted with the National Rifle Association in confliction with similar college clubs throughout the United States. Membership is open to any member of the college student body. col. g. Dickenson Pistol Team Advisor CAPT. L. GIUFFRIDA JESSE LORE President Rifle Team Advisor FRONT ROW: G. Sulkess, T. Luposello, W. Tatum, A. Hazelip, J. Nelson. REAR ROW: Col. G. Dickenson, J. LoRe, R. Geroy, W. Krauss, R. Reid, A. Licarie. 214 Y 1 M I L I T A R Y S N A P S • QHPJMi ♦ v- ♦ ♦ ♦ FEATURES I flfliAi Southern 1953 ANNE FOUST 218 ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ FOUNDERS WEEK RDYAL REGALIA Ascension to the Throne THE QUEEN AND HER COURT 219 ♦ • ' FOUNDERS WEEK FOUNDERS WEEK AT THE MILITARY BALL ■ ■ STUDENT LIFE AT ' I Pledge Allegiance . Going to Class. Letter from Home FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE ♦ ♦ ♦ Relaxing in the Student Lounge. 10:00 A.M. — Time for Chapel. The End — Deodorized! 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