Florida State University - Renegade / Tally Ho Yearbook (Tallahassee, FL)

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" With patience, under- standing and many hours of unselfish hard work, he has brought Flying High to national recognition. Therefore, on behalf of the students of Florida State University, this yearbook is gratefully dedicated to Coach Jack Haskins. THE GOVERNOR . . Governor Fuller Warren of Florida was born on October 3, 1 905, the son of Charles Ryan Warren and Grace Fuller Warren. A native of Blounts- town, Calhoun County, in Western Florida, the governor-to-be attended Blountstown public schools and the former Thomas Industrial Insti- tute at DeFuniak Springs, Florida. From 1922 to 1927 he attended the University of Florida, at Gainesville. During this period, when he was 20, Warren was elected to the State Legislature from Calhoun County. From 1927 to 1929 he attended Cumberland University at Lebanon, Tennessee, from which he received his LL.B. degree. He chose Jacksonville, one of the state ' s largest cities, as the field for lay practice, and in o short time gained local fame as a successful trial law- yer. In the Spring of 1948 he won the Democratic nomination as Governor of Florida over seven other candidates after an intensive campaign that carried him to all parts of the state. Gov- ernor Warren is a Mason, a member of the American Legion, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce and Junior Chamber of Commerce and many other civic and social organizations. GOVERNOR FULLER WARREN m. 2 ■■ 11 ' . f ' ■• ' : ' , ' ' A ' . A ' it. .«W •.- ■- ■ i " is list ■■.-. " x-J - 1 " ' » . " i ..if 5 • uA w ' Jik- ,:,.;- - . ■ ■ ■;■■■ si i ia ' r ' ' j; ♦■ ¥i • ' T ' -% «« ; P ?«»«f ' • ' -- ■ is - L. .;.v v■■• ■ ' --. ' ' imf f-r»i ■ • ii ' ' ?? ► , Jf • ■• . ' --St ' - if? •jfl -iBttCiMt- " ' - . . . CAPITOL BUILDING . . THE STATE CAPITOL DR. DOAK S. CAMPBELL OUR PRESIDENT Florida State University is proud to have as its president one of the nation ' s outstanding educators. Dr. Campbell is recognized as one of America ' s leading curriculum authorities and his book Curric- ulum Development-, under joint authorship with Dr. H. L. Caswell, has been the most widely used book on curriculum. The FSU President has also devoted a great deal of time to studies in higher education. He has conducted and published numerous surveys of higher institutions in the southern states. In 1937 he was chosen consultant to President Roosevelt ' s Adv isory Committee on Education. He is immediate past president of the Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. At FSU there is much evidence of President Campbell ' s leadership. In addition to the tremendous building program and enrollment increases, perhaps the most significant step has been development from four major academic divisions in 1947 to eleven in 1951. These major divisions are schools of education, home economics, music, graduate, library training and service, social work, business, jour- nalism, public administration, nursing, and the College of Arts and Sciences. Master ' s degrees may be earned in all divisions and doctoral degrees in music, home economics, English, American Liter- ature, Spanish, education, and speech. THE BOARD OF CONTROL The Florida State Board of Control is appointed by the Governor, and it is composed of five outstand- ing citizens of Florida. The duties of the Board ore to: advise the Legislature of the needs of the school, to appoint the faculty, to give advise to the executive officials and to supervise the expenditures of appropriations. The Board members are appointed for four years, holding meetings once a month in Tallahassee. While the Board is not in session, Bill Powers, the Secretary to the Board of Control, carriers on the business of the Board. (Left to right! : Mr. Frank J. Heintz, attorney for Board of Control, Tallahassee; Mr. W. Glenn Miller, Monticello; Mr. George J. White, Sr., Mt. Dora; Mr. Eli H. Fink, Jacksonville ' Mr. Frank Harris, Chairman, St. Petersburg; Mr. W. F. Powers, Secretary, Tallahassee; Mrs. Jessie Ball DuPont, Jacksonville; Mr. Mollis Reinhardt, Miami; Mr. George W. English, Jr., Ft. Lauderdale. ' • ms ' i P DR. ). BROWARD CULPEPPER Dean oF Student Welfare Dr. Culpepper, knows and is known personally by most of the students as he carries out the purpose of this Division — to give students indi- vidual attention and to insure that each student receives counsel and aid, giving him the greatest ben- efits which the institution has to offer. ADMINIST MR. lAMES F. CARR Assistant Dean of Men Mr. Carr returned to the University this year after a year ' s leave of absence to resume his responsibilities counseling the men stu- dents and supervising the social program for them. DR. OTIS McBRIDE Dean of Men As Dean of Men, Dr. McBride keeps in close contact with student groups in order to achieve the best possible adjustment of students to campus life. MISS KATHERINE WARREN Dean oi Women For seventeen years, Miss Warren has served the worren students and the university by assisting in devel- oping a well-rojnded program of desirable social experiences. ATION MR. |OHN T. FLOURNOY Director of Personnel Records Records of social adjustment, scholastic progress, and participation in university activities are compiled in the Personnel Rec- ords office, end made available to counselors, faculty members, and administrative officers in counseling students. Freshman Orientation Week and the Junior Counselors hsip the freihmen women adjust to college life. Miss Lynn, assistant Dean of Women, plans and directs these programs as well OS handling absences, withdrawals, and recommendations for all women students. MR. CHARLES H. WALKER Registrar Mr. Walker and his staff ore responsible for the registration of all students attending the Uni- versity and keep available records of grades and credits. MR. ROD K. SHAW Business Manager From the first registration payment to the final diploma fee, a student comes in frequent con- tact with the Business Office, which is under Mr. Shaw ' s supervision. His many other respon- sibilities include the operation and maintenance of all University property. AllMINIST DR. MELVENE D. HARDEE Coordinator of Guidance and Counseling The Coordinator of Guidance and Counseling supervises the program of educational counseling and the in-service training of teacher-counselors. MR. GLOVER E. TULLY Director of Vocational Guidance Mr. Tully is responsible for developing and carrying forward a complete program of vocational guidance for students. MISS ANNA M. TRACY Head Dietitian Since 1922, Miss Tracy has been attempting to oppease the ravenous appetites of our university students through first, the dining hall, and now the three cafeterias. MR. JOHN NEWTON BAKER Director of Public Relations The Director of Public Relations, Mr. Baker, assists in interpreting the University to the State end the public at large. RATION MR. ROBERT T. LEIGH Associate Director of Field Services and Studies As Associate Director of Field Service and Studies, Mr. Leigh directs the University ' s publications program and extends serv- ices the University can render to the State. DR. THOMAS J. BROOKS Director of Health Services Dr. Brooks, head physician and Director of Health Services, renders the necessary medical and health services to the student body and works closely with the faculty and student groups in the development of proper health experiences. DEAN MILTON W. CAROTHERS A graduote student doss advanced research on cacti. GRADUATE SCHOOL The Graduate School of Florida State University ranks now in the top half of the Graduate Schools of the South, both in enrollment and in the num- ber of master ' s degrees conferred each year. Advanced educational opportunities are off- ered in all of the curricula represented by the undergraduate divisions of the university with the exception of Nursing. In addition to the graduate programs leading to a master ' s degree, the Graduate School offers advanced graduate programs leading to a doc- tor ' s degree in Home Economics, Education, Music, English, Spanish, Chemistry, Physiology, Zoology, Botany, Meteorology, Speech, and in the Inter-Divisional area of Marriage and Family Life Education and Counseling. Discussing the weather? A faculty member aids students in planning course of study. Delicate tubing requires expert handling. Graduate students have the opportunity of par- ticipating in a number of research projects which are now being carried on with financial assistance from several governmental agencies. sics students check Geiger counter measurements in the physics lab DEAN EDWIN R. WALKER ASSOCIATE DEAN CHARLES S. DAVIS SCHOOL of ARTS and SCIENCES . History Building The College of Arts and Sciences has five major fields of study in the General Education Program. They are: Communications, Personal Develop- ment, Social Thoughts and Institutions, Humani- ties, and Natural Sciences. Requirements in these insure a broad general education. When a general foundation is laid, the student emphasizes in his program advanced work in the field of his choice. For example, if he wishes to be a chemist, he majors in chemistry, or if he wishes to be a High School English teacher, he majors in English. The various departments in the College of Arts and Sciences offer a great variety of courses from which a student may elect studies outside his major field. Students interested in one of the professions — law, medicine, dentistry, engineering or in a civil service career will find it in the College of Arts and Sciences pre-professional curricular. Two, three or four years of pre-professional train- ing are required before the student actually enters the professional school. The general trend of professional schools is to demand a broad lib- eral education as prerequisite to the professional training. The Liberal Arts Degree satisfies this demand in every regard. Psychology at work. The College of Arts and Sciences offers two undergraduate degrees, a B.S. and an A.B. de- gree. Requirements for the A.B. degree include two years of a foreign language and six hours in the humanities area in addition to the General Education requirements. A Graduate Program is also included in the College of Arts and Sciences. A Ph.D. is offered in a number of departments: Botany, Chemistry, English, Meterology, Physiology, Psychology, Speech and Zoology. Young chemist at work. Experiments in biology. Study of the ancients through achaeology. Artist of tomorrow. SCHOOL of EDUCATION ACTING DEAN MODE L. STONE A century ago, the legislature provided for the establishment of the institution that has become Florida State University. The original Act speci- fied that this institution was to prepare teachers for the youth of Florida. The School of Education has kept faith with its founders by keeping abreast of the needs of our time. I The work of the school is shared by its six major departments: Art Education and Construc- tive Design, Basic Professional Education, the liv - Running a lathe in industrial arts. Recess at the Demonstration School. Music on a small scale. iy£ DR. MARK H. DeGRAFF Director, Test Service Bureau Education Building Demonstration School, Health Education, Phy- sical Education for Men, and Physical Education for Women. Its students receive at the under- graduate level a broad and functional program leading to certification for public school teach- ing. Through its Master ' s Degree and Doctoral programs, graduate students attain a high level of professional competence and prepare them- selves for positions of leadership in fducation. Dr. Ralph L. Eyman has directed the develop- ment of this school since becoming dean in 1938. Tbe University has been honored by his being invited to be the leader of a small group of Amer- ican professors who are to spend two years as educational consultants to the government of Thailand. Dr. Mode L. Stone, acting dean, is di- recting the program of the School of Education during his absence. Practice teaching at the kindergarten. Student observers at the Kindergaiten Hallowe ' en party. Performance in modern dance. The School of Home Economics offers stimulating and satisfying work in various areas: Food and nu- trition, clothing and textiles, family and child de- velopment and housing and house furnishings. The non-professional major offered by this school provides courses important in your general educa- tion and helps prepare you for successful family living and homemaking. Young men as well as young women find many subjects to interest them in the School of Home Economics. Many students have profited from courses in Nutrition, Food Research and Technology, Clothing and Textiles, Textile Analysis and Re- search, Family Economics, Housing, Child Develop- ment and Family Life Education. The subject matter in this school is organized under the departments of Clothing and Textiles, Food and Nutrition and Home and Family Life. Students can get professional training in each of these areas. DEAN MARGARET R. SANDELS SCHOOL of HOME Miss Trumbo gives demonstration in clothing construction. A Clothing and Textiles major tests fobrics in the Fade-Ometer. ECONOMICS Learning to select quality in home furnishings. Future dietitians . . . um-m! Science Building Future homemokers learn how to select their china. DEAN LAURENCE R. CAMPBELL Our school has its own building with modern classrooms, offices, library and reading room. The school has a complete Associated Press wire service for classroom use. It is equipped with laboratories for practical work in photography, typography, news writing, editing, and adver- tising. Work in each course is realistic, reproducing ASSISTANT PROFESSOR PAUL SCALERA ' x SCHOOL OF conditions in typical newspaper offices. Students report campus activities as well as city, state, and federal news events. The location in the Capital City provides unusual opportunities for observing and reporting the news. The F.S.U. School of Journalism prepares us for such work as reporting and editing of news- The typography laboral-ory affords practical experience Will this snag the consumer? Journalism Building JOURN VLISM Journalism in the classroom. Practicol aspect of journalism. papers and trade magazines, free-lance writing, news photography, and publishing of small city daily and weekly newspapers. Courses are also offered in teaching high school journalism, in public relations, and in radio and television broadcasting. If newspaper work is an individual ' s special interest, the school can arrange summer internships for him between his Junior and Senior years. He will gain practical experience and val- uable contacts with the Florida Press. The school conducts southern newspapermen ' s short courses for daily and weekly newspapermen. It also cooperates with high school publication staffs and advisors. Setting type. Journalism includes knowledge of the teletype. ACTING ASSISTANT DEAN ROBERT G. CLAPP MISS LOUISE RICHARDSON, Librarian of LIBRARY SCIENCE Library Florida State ' s School of Library Training and Service prepares young men and women for work in general and special libraries. The areas include: College or university library work, public library, school library, special libraries, and material specialist work. Usually a professional librarian must pursue four years of regular college work plus a year of library training. At F.S.U., professional training may be begun in the junior year The school also provides an internship program for those working to- wards a bachelor ' s degree. The current vacancies in library service are so numerous that candidates for posi- tions have no difficulty in securing them, not only in accordance with their preference as to the type of work, but also, within cer- tain limitations, in accordance with geo- graphic preferences. This school occupies its own building on the F.S.U. west campus. Included in this building are: a curriculum library, an audio- visual laboratory, a projection room, a pro- fessional service library, study rooms, a lab- oratory for photography, a student lounge, offices and classrooms. DEAN KARL 0. KUERSTEINER DR. WILEY HOUSEWRIGHT Professor of Music Education SCHOOL of MUSIC FSU ' s Marching Chiefs performing. Opperman Music Hall The School of Music is one of the oldest collegiate schools of music in the country, having been estab- lished as a department in 1900 and as a school in 1911. In facilities and professional leadership, how- ever, it is among the most modern. The Music Build- ing, opened in 1948, is without parallel anywhere in the world in providing the equipment and environment for a broad musical training and experience. Whether your interest in music is preparation for a professional career in performance or teaching, or purely for hobby or recreation, the School of Music can offer you the finest training available. Music courses are designed not only to acquaint the student with the theoretical basis of music, but to provide ample opportunity for participating in the per- formance and creation of music. About 1 50 programs are presented each year, including such varied pro- grams as faculty and student recitals, operettas and organization concerts. Each of the eight music organ- izations appear in two or more concerts annually. These are the Woman ' s Glee Club, the University Sym- phony, the Marching Chiefs, featured at F.S.U. foot- ball games, and the Symphonic Band, which is formed after the marching season. The Choral Union includes both students and townspeople and the Collegians are FSU ' s Men ' s Glee Club. The University Singers and the Brass Choir complete the roster of musical groups. Annual presentation of Handel ' s " Messiah. " A scene from Jerome Kern ' s musical, " Roberta. " The Music Library is open to all the students DEAN J. FRANK DAME SCHOOL OF Building upon a strong foundation of general education, the School of Business offers study that will provide earnest young men and women with a desirable education for business. In no particular area is it a preparation leading to nar- rowness; rather it recognizes that the successful person in business and industry must have a well-rounded background. For example, the sales executives should be familiar with the general problems of accounting and business law. Men and women in modern in- dustry should understand the functions of finance and advertising as well as the problems involved in general marketing and management. Drawing layouts for advertising, g Practice brings speed in typing. Business letters on electric typewriters from a dictaphone. ®®® Demonstrating a distribution problem in marketing. A student gains practical experience in hotel management. BUSINESS Courses of study ore available for major con- centration in the following fields: Accounting, Advertising, Baking Science and Management, Business Teacher Education, Finance and Bank- ing, Industrial Management, Insurance and Real Estate, Marketing, Personnel Management, Pub- lic Relations, Restaurant and Hotel Management, Retailing, Secretarial Science, Sales Manage- ment, and Transportation. School of Business Offices tter salesmanship comes through knowledge of the merchandise. Bread for FSU ' s cafeterias. DEAN VIVIAN M. DUXBURY Infirmary It is the aim of the School of Nursing to regard its students as individuals, to guide them in making adjustments, not only as professional nurses, but to life as well. We believe collegiate nursing includes making intelligent decisions, practicing positive mental and physical hygiene, communicating effectively, and giving drive and direction to democratic citizenship in the modern world. The school offers two programs leading to a Bachelor ' s Degree One of them is a basic four- year program for students just embarking on their nursing careers. The other supplements and broadens the general and professional back- ground of the graduate nurse. Student- nurses concent-rate on the operating table. Students will enjoy fifteen months of clinical education in Miami at Florida ' s largest general hospital facility, Jackson Memorial Hospital. The planned program also includes rural hospital nursing, psychiatric nursing at Florida State Hos- pital, and tuberculosis nursing at the new T. W. Edwards Hospital in Tallahassee. NURSING Keeping records for infirmary patients Preparing trays for patients. Dr. Brooks checks a student ' s X-ray. The School of Public Administration offers programs for students who have one of the following interests: (1 ) A position as a public administrator, such as City Manager, Personnel Administrator, Budget Officer, City Planner, Public Relations Director, or other administrative positions; (2) election to pub- lic office including the legislature or other state or local elective office; (3) effective participation as a citizen in government whatever vocation the stu- dent may choose. The School of Public Administration offers stu- dents unusual advantages by reason of its location, its program, and its staff. It is the only School of Government in the South and one of the few such schools in the nation. Its program includes more than 50 courses on the graduate and undergraduate level. Among the course offerings are a number of pioneer courses which ore designed to bring gov- ernmental officials and their experiences directly into the classroom. The school has developed an extensive internship program which enables students to intern on a full or part-time basis in an office of the state or local governments of Florida. This program affords the student an opportunity to see at first-hand a govern- mental agency at work, and frequently leads to good employment opportunities. Public Administration students have interned in almost every office of the DEAN WILSON K. DOYLE state government and in city and county govern- ments Many of them are now holding important positions in the federal government and in the state and local governments of Florida. . SCHOOL of PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION Dr. Marshall E. Dimock, visiting professor and former federal official. mbers and graduate assistant ' s planning o City Manager Glissen of Titusville, the youngest city manager o Florida and a recent F.S.U. graduate. Conferences concerning the chosen profession. Public administration in the classroom. City Manager Semmes of Pensacola, conferring with student intern Reubin Askew. Beginning a research project for the Florida Legislative Refer- ence Bureau. SCHOOL oti DEAN COYLE E. MOORE In a democracy it is important that provision be made for the welfare of all people. This is especially true in a period of national emergency. The social service programs of public and private social agencies are one means of achieving this. The School of Social Wel- fare provides education and training for those who wish to work in the agencies which give this valuable service to our nation. This training is offered at both the pre-professional, undergraduate level and the graduate, professional level to prepare students for social work practice. Undergraduate students are given an opportunity to secure practical information by ob- serving social agencies at work in one of our state ' s larger cities. A number of social work courses include study trips to state institutions and hospitals. The graduate program leads to a Master ' s degree and re- quires two years. The School of Social Welfare is the only fully accredited training program in social work in Florida, and it also serves the neighboring states under the Southern Regional Compact. Graduate students receive field work experience in governmental and pri- vate social agencies in Florida and other nearby states. MR. EDWIN R. HARTZ Assistant Professor of Marriage and Family Living DR. LESTER S. PEARL Associate Professor of Social Welfare Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Duvall, visiting specialists and authors. OCIAL WELFARE Social Work Building Students confer with a representative of Florida Children ' s Commission. The Marriage and Family Division of the School offers students preparation for wise courtship, marriage and parenthood. This Division has its graduate counterpart in an inter-divisional program providing training for marriage education, counseling and research. In con- nection with this program the School of Social Welfare offers a counseling service in marriage and family relations. Also, the School of Social Welfare is one of the schools participating in the inter-divisional cur- ricula of Child Development and Recreation. Learning how to catch and keep a mste. General Education, as conceived here at our Uni- versity, is designed to develop in students those skills, understandings, attitudes, and that set of values which will equip us for effective personal and family living and responsible citizenship in a democratic society. It includes the study of man ' s physical and biological enviornment, the social sciences, the historical background of present-day civilization, physical and mental health, and past and present cultures as expressed by literature, art, music, and philosophy. General Education also provides students an opportunity to become acquainted with broad areas of subject matter, aids us in the discovery of our own interests and abilities and equips us to live more effectively with ourselves and with our fellowmen as citizens in a democratic social order. DR. WILLIAM HUGH STICKLER PROGRAM OF What makes the body " tick " ? Knowledge of the balanced diet. Technicalities of Physical Science. Speech in practicCi Student actors gain experience. Students whose training will eventually become highly specialized get the foundation of a general education experience in order that each of us may have a better understanding and apprecia- tion of the relationship of our specialties to the whole of knowledge and to the needs of society. A class in military science and tactics. COLONEL CORNELL D. BOOTH AIR R. 0. T. C. The Air R.O.T.C. here at Florida State University is designed to help train young men to become good Air Force officers and responsible citizens. Enrollment in the Air R.O.T.C. is voluntary. Stu- dents may earn credits toward an undergraduate degree while in training. The cadets study World Political Geography, and receive introduction to the Air Force through studies in meterology, navigation, and applied air power. The training consists of basic and advanced courses. The basic course is in the freshman and sophomore years, the advanced in the junior and senior years. Upon graduation an Air R.O.T.C. cadet is quali- fied for a Second Lieutenant commission in the United States Air Force reserve. In special cases he may be appointed " distinguished military grad- uate " and be offered a regular commission in the United States Air Force. Even with these advantages the cadet need not enter upon an active military career because he pursues rhe Air R.O.T.C. program. Air R.O.T.C. cadets participate in R.O.T.C. riflery, sports, intramurals, R.O.T.C. band, and may attend the annual Military Ball and banquet. COLONEL BERNICE S. BARR It must be Tuesday. Column left!! Eyes to the front! Off they go . . . R. 0. T. C. The Army Ordnance R.O.T.C. unit trains a selected group of students to become officers in the Army Ordnance Corps. The mission of Army Ordnance is to design, manufacture, store, issue and maintain small arms, artillery, ammunition, wheeled and combat vehicles, fire control equipment, and guided missiles. The maintenance of light aircraft including helicopters, observation and reconnaissance planes and small transport planes is also within the scope of Ordnance Corps activities. The Army Ordnance R.O.T.C. cadet has the opportunity to develop leader- ship qualities in class and on the drill field. In his freshman year he studies basic military subjects such as Military Organization, Individual Weapons and Marksmanship, and Maps and Aerial Photographs. In the sophomore and junior years he studies Automotive ma- teriel, Small Arms, Artillery and Am- munition. The senior year is devoted to Maintenance and Supply, Command and Staff Functions and the study of a particular field of Ordnance selected by the student. A six-weeks summer camp at Aber- deen Proving Ground, Maryland, gives the Ordnance Cadet first-hand knowl- edge of the manufacture and testing of ordnance weapons, vehicles and am- munition. Many R.O.T.C. graduates will be eligible for advanced education at arsenals, with industrial organiza- tions and at leading universities. The " brass " look on as Colonel Borr presents awards to outstanding men. From midnight snacks and hen parties to formal teas — this is the life of the dormitory girl. The seven girls ' dorms — Jennie Murphree, Reynolds, Bryan, Broward, Gilchrist, Cawthon, and Landis, form the center of the campus at Florida State University. Every year each dorm elects its own officers, including the president, vice-president, social chairman and floor chairmen. These girls hold responsible positions as officers and help to plan all the social functions, including their Wed- nesday afternoon teas, formal dances, and informal recreation room parties; they have set up their own court system known as house council, which deals with infractions of the dormitory rules. As each Senior leaves FSU she will look back on her dormi- tory life as an integral part of her college career. Students relax in Cawthon Hall. w ] V v 1 »» ' • Dormitories provide librory facilities for co-eds. (Far right) : Landis Hall. (Upper left): Reynolds Hall. I Upper right): Gilchrist Ha (Lower left): Broward Hall. (Lower right) : Jennie Murphree Hall. Since 1947, when we were first incorporated as Florida State University, we have grown until the former girl ' s college now has about an equal num- ber of men students from an enrollment of about 6,500. Until this year men students were harassed by the quarters at the well-known West Campus. It has been a welcome transition from barracks to exclusively modern dormitories. Men ' s Senior Hail has been occupied since ' 49, and the new seven- story dorm located to the west of Landis is nearing completion and probably will be ready for occu- pancy in the fall. Students passing near the new Student Union will see the steel girders of the eleven-story dorm going up and the building near- ing completion in the not-too-distant future. Many hours of fun and relaxation will be spent by men students in our new, modern dormitories. Time out for relaxation in Men ' s Senior Hall. r 9 " If ' ' . ■ Record collection provides diversion from studies. (Above) : The Village. Left) : Magnolia Hall. (Below): Men ' s Senior Hal ' the finest place on earth V ' ' 1 1 f WILL PENNELL — Preident of UGA. UNIVERSITY GO The Executive Branch of the University Government Association is the University Council. It is responsible for policy making and supervision of student extra- curricular activities through standing committees, composed of faculty and students. The membership of the Council is the UGA President, the Vice-Presi- dents of Legislature (Men ' s and Women ' s Affairs), the Secretary, the Treasurer, the Forums Chairman, and the four Presidents of the classes. The commit- tees under the Council are Elections, Honor, Social Standards, Athletic and Recreational, Organizations and Finance. Outstanding projects for the year were the forma- tion of a Hall of Fame, the Campus Chest Drive, and Honor Emphasis Week. The students are the ones affected by the student government ' s actions, so each should make an honest effort to understand how it works and to let the offi- cers know how he feels on campus issues. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL — (Seated, left to right): Doris |ean Smith, Betty Rich, Will Pennell, )o Nell Proctor, Sue Soxon, June Conyers. (Standing): Dean Broward ). Culpepper, Dick Bradley, Jimmy Barnes, Jim Kirk, Dean Otis McBride. RNMENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE BRANCH Organizations Committee. i V OFFICERS Betty Rich Vice-President of Women ' s Affairs Ted Steinmeyer Vice-President of Men ' s Affairs Jo Nell Proctor Secretary Sue Saxon Treasurer Doris jean Smith Forums Chairman UNIVERSITY GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION The legislative power of the University Government Asso- ciation rests in the University Senate. This is composed of Women ' s Senate and Men ' s Senate combined, which in turn are made up of three men and three women from each class. The job of the Senate is to handle legislation regarding the rules and regulations for the student body and to make necessary constitutional changes. The Vice- President in charge of Legislative Affairs presides over the University Senate. JIM KIRK — Vice-President of Legislative Affairs WOMEN ' S SENATE The Women ' s Senate handles legislation pertaining solely to the women students. The Vice-President in charge of Women ' s Affairs decides whether the issues are for the University Senate or Women ' s Senate. This year legislation was passed allowing the women students to spend the night in Tallahassee. MEN ' S SENATE The purpose of Men ' s Senate is to handle affairs pertaining only to the men. Here again, it is at the discretion of the Vice-President in charge of Men ' s Affairs as to whether the legislation is for University Senate or Men ' s Senate. LEGISLATIVE BRANCH Ted Steinmeyer and Betty Rich preside over Men ' s and Woman ' s Senate. ' ' HHnia k " Wm «««s»- r i bV 1 UNIVERSITl The Judicial Branch of the Univer- sity Government Association is made up of University Honor Court; Judi- ciary, men ' s and women ' s; and House Councils. The University Court, made up of four representatives from the junior and senior classes, tries in- fractions of the Honor Codes, name- ly lying, cheating, and stealing. It also hears appeals from the Judi- ciary and hands down decisions in questions of constitutionality. The Court works closely with the Honor Committee to promote an under- standing of the Honor Code; the Chief Justice is an ex-officio mem- ber of the Committee. CHIEF JUSTICE ALICE JACKSON (Left to right): Patti Mims, Chairman of Women ' s Judiciary; Jim Boll, Chairman of Men ' s Judiciary; Eleanor Graves, Chairman of Off-Campus Court. OVERNMENT ASSOCIATION JUDICIAL BRANCH Women ' s and Men ' s Judiciary handle infractions of rules not under the jurisdiction of the University Honor Court or Women ' s House Councils. They meet separately but have joint meetings in cases that involve both a boy and a girl. The Judiciary also hears appeals from the House Councils. UNIVERSITY COURT (Left to right) : June Tate, Betty Ann Ray, Alice Jackson, Martha Watkins, Billy Bloom, Frankie Brownlee. WOMEN ' S JUDICIARY (Left to right) : Peggy Moore, Ardis Bourlond, Polly Lassiter, Patti Mims, Mary Stuart Smith. MEN ' S JUDICIARY (Left to right) : Howard Abel, James Chatham, Jim Boll, Carlos Taylor, Buddy Leynes, Richard Jackson. ' TALLY-HO " th( EDITOR Initiative, organizational ability, and a sincere interest in and en- thusiasm for our university were combined in the planning and production of this 1952 Tally-Ho. Your editor was faced with many " headaches " and discourage- ments as she has worked to give the best possible representation of the whole student body and a picture of our life at " the finest place on earth. " GAIL KELLY ALBRITTON EDITORIAL STAFF Gail Kelly Albritlon Editor Claudia Thomas Managing Editor Rebecca Brown Assistant Editor Joan Day, Jane Williams, Jackie Pennman Class Editors Lucille Rogers Feature Editor Cindy Carson Organizations Editor Mimi Tubbs Sorority Editor Tom Edwards Fraternity Editor Avery Lembeck Women ' s Sports Editor Roger Laney Sports Editor jean Peters, Vivien Zigrang Administrative Editors Carolyn Henry Art Editor Staff Members: Eloise McGirr, Beverly Ward, Bette Fisher, Patsy Peter, Dot Tyler. Upper right) : Claudia Thomas; (Right) : Rebecca Brown; (Left) : Dr. Griffith T. Pugh. TALLY HO for 1952 BUSINESS MANAGER With a great deal of pressure on him to operate within a tight budget, your business manager has commendable results to show for his efforts. Collections were better than ever, advertising reached its goal, and Bill can look the auditor in the eye with pride for a job well done. BILL SKIPPER BUSINESS STAFF Bill Skipper Business Manager Bill Hess Advertising Monager Dot Sheftall, Jan Swanson Advertising Staff BILL HESS THE TALLl Dottie Tyler sorts organizction pictures Beverly Word ond Bette FiscKer woik on class section Eloise McGirr and Patsy Peter identify more pictures. To record one year of history at Florida State University has been the purpose of the Tally-Ho Staff. Here we have tried to record the outstanding events, both serious and humorous, which have occurred throughout the year. While trying to cover these events we have faced many major catastrophes hindering our progress . . . frantic staffers trying to find Senior picture 287 — the only Mr. " I " . . . busy UGA leaders waiting for the photographer who didn ' t show up . . . our missing pictures found in Mr. Leigh ' s FSU Bulletin . . . staff members starving as salaries were with- held . . . frustration building up as deadline approaches, is here and gone ... Vivian Zigrang and Jean Peters, Faculty Editors. Jane Williams, Joan Day, Jackie Penman, Class Editors. [0 OF 1952 This annual represents the work of many people working steadily since March of 195]. We hope you like it. This year has been unique for the Tally-Ho. Besides having new features such as the first Miss FSU contest, chartreuse on the cover, a tinted beauty section, the editor had a baby. After working first semester on the ' 52 Tally-Ho, she slipped away quietly to her Air Force husband to await the blessed event. Two very able persons carried on in the editor ' s absence. Much thanks goes to Claudia Thomas and Becky Brown for carrying on so well. Also to be commended are Bill Skipper, business manager, and Bill Hess, advertising manager. The yearbook could not be complete without the able help of our talented photographer, Prime Beaudoin. Then there is Mr. Robert Faerber, Sales Manager of the Alabama Engraving Company who could always be counted on to help in times of trouble. His encouragement and assistance will never be forgotten. To our printers of Rose Printing Company, Mr. Charles Rosenberg and Mr. Al Block, we can only hope we haven ' t been too much worry and say that we certainly enjoyed working with you. And, of course, the yearbook couldn ' t have been completed without the guid- ance and patience of Mr. Glenn Hobgood. Others we feel we should mention are our very patient faculty advisors. Dr. Griffith Pugh, Mr. Bob Leigh and Dr. J. Broward Culpepper who all gave much time, material and effort in helping us get this yearbook to you. Also special thanks to Cindy, Joan, Bette, Eloise, and Beverly. Without all their tireless effort, the Tally-Ho would never have made the grade. To you the students we want to express our gratitude for giving us this opportunity to work together on what we consider one of the best publications on campus. We hope that when you finish looking over our efforts in the 1952 Tally-Ho that you will feel as we do — that " FSU is the finest place on earth. " Lucile Rogers, Feature Editor Tom Edwards, Fratarnity Editor Avery Lembeck, Women ' s Sports Editor Caroline Henry, Art Editor Mimi Tubbs, Sorority Editor Roger Laney, Sports Editor Cindy Carson, Organizations Editor ■V. (Left to right): Faculty Advisor, Mr. Hunt; Business Manager, Joan Etheridge; Editor, Bob Griffin. The Florida Flambeau, as a newspaper recording the activities, events, achievements and prog- ress of Florida State University ' s student and faculty, hod many top stories during the year. Between the laughable moments listening to Stan pick out Campus Characters to that inev- itable " last " story the memorable moments now recorded in the files, were hot " scoops " . . . such as: The student senate debates . . . the unprecedented freshman election . . . the big Miami game . . . the ODK blood drive . . . interviews with Kefauver, Margaret Truman, Sawyer . . . the Sondspur . . . the traffic regulation blow-up . . . graduate student vote . . . embryo political party organization . . . the UGA cabinet discussion . . . Circus . . . Honor Emphasis Week . . . Centennial Homecoming festivities . . . Joan ' s two-page ad . . . plays . . . artist series . . . Greek news . . . religious news ... all part of memory . . . but reported at the time by the Flambeau Staff, twice a week. The annual banquet was the climax of a year of newspaper work for the crew of flamboyant reporters. SENIOR STAFF — (Left to right): Hazel Morrison, Joan Etheridge, Bob Griffin, Bill Dunn, Frances Cawthon, Bobs Henry. News Editor, Hazel Morrison. Society Editors Marcio Morris and Judy Simkins. Tom Sands, Men ' s Sports Editor. Barbara Collingsworth, Women ' s Sports Editor. THE FLORIDA FLAMliEAU Feature Writer, Stan Schmidt. ( ■ ' 1 n; FEATURE WRITERS — (Left to right! : David Dreis, Al Pierce, Gerry Hoff. NEWS • DEADLINES The Flambeau staff, editing the student newspaper through its third year as semi-weekly, was bustling even before school started. The immediate result: A special 16-page freshman edition, the largest in the Flambeau history. Under the direction of Robert Griffin, Jr., the crew could be caught crying for " copy " or " head- lines " with stimulated fervor each Monday and Thursday afternoon. Editor Griffin, climaxing four years of student publication work, from reporter through business manager to editor-in-chief, found the editorship a full-time job. A worker with ideas, Bob ' s editorial policies were carried through with vigor and sin- cerity. Joan Etheridge, as business manager, with her excellent advertising layouts and systematic book- keeping, successfully took care of the financial part of the paper. Hazel Morrison, as a veteran reporter, capably handled the job as Flambeau news editor. Relia- bility in action she knew what was happening when and why, and told the students so twice each week. Barbara Henry, as managing editor, handled many complex assignments with neatness and dispatch. Bill Dunn, next year ' s editor, and first semester managing editor, was responsible for the right story in the right place. . Francis Cawthon, as associate editor, was always dependable whether writing headlines, editorials, or the entertaining Seminole Scenes. Bruce Galphin, also associate editor, gave top reporting of many lead stories and many intelligent editorials. Thomas Sands, only a freshman, but as sports editor, he recorded a classic year of FSU athletics. His by-line is hitched to a star. Dr. Kellogh Hunt, as Flambeau ' s helpful advisor, was on hand with his careful eye on the finances and a wise word for staffers. Names that stand out: Marcia Morris, up-to- the-minute social news . . . Emory King, a diligent reporter who always got the story . . . June Morgan, an efficient co-worker . . . Carol Besse, conscien- tious rewrite editor . . . Judy Simpkins, Meritorious worker . . . Gene Lawler, an able reporter . . . Mary Jo Hall, Louis Caldroni, Fe Pittman, Steve Zatyko, Ann Harley, Pat Robinson, good workers all . . . Stan Schmidt, who wrote the widely-read " Campus Characters " for two years, probably created more controversy than any other Flambeau writer. His meaty phrases were like knife-thrusts or shots in the arm, depending on the reader ' s point of view. « NEWS STAFF — (Left to right, seated): Bruce Galphin, Carol Besse, Hazel Morrison, June Morgan. (Standing) : Gerry Hoff, A! Pierce, Dave Dreis, Gene Lawler. WORK AND FUN BUSINESS STAFF ! Left to right, seated): Nancy Wakefield, Joan Etheridge, Mary Jo Hell, Ann Harley, (Stand- nig) : Ann Davis, Rosemary Heimlick, Fe Pittman. THE FLORIDA SMOKE EDITORIAL STAFF )oel P. Smith Editor Norma Mcintosh Assistant Editor Boots Hoynie Managing Editor Sylvia Strange Fashion Editor Nancy Wilson Art Editor Bill Frank Chief Photographer Bob lenkins Humor Editor William Mills Sports Editor Editor Joel Smith confers with Assistant Editor Norma Mcintosh, and Managing Editor Boots Haynie. SMOKE SIGNALS, Florida State ' s student financed and student edited magazine, evolved from the TALARIA, a literary quarterly. Under the editorship of Joel Smith the staff has strived to give the students a general mag- azine . . . one with humor, fiction, pictures and features. It has been a tough road in the process, but the staff has tried to change the tempo of the magazine to meet that need created by the change-over from a woman ' s college to one of the larger Southern Universities. Back in the days when we were called Florida State College for Women and were known the nation over as being one of the largest and most outstanding state schools for women, SMOKE SIGNALS ' predecessor, DIS- TAFF, was rated as an All-American literary magazine. But as the school went co-ed and FSCW alumnae were reading in the newspapers about their Alma Mater ' s un- defeated football team and their nationally famous co-ed Circus, the student body ' s way of thinking and way of living changed tremendously. SMOKE SIGNALS recog- nized this change almost too late. Last year under the editorship of Harry Copeland the staff decided to change the literary name of TALARIA to something more gen- eral and acceptable. This year ' s staff undertook the alinost thankless job of making the transition from a highbrow literary quarterly to a general magazine. Billy Mills, sports editor, confers with the art editor, Nancy Wilson, on an illustration. SIGNALS BUSINESS STAFF Edward L. Pipkin Business Manager Charles Sullivan Circulation Manager Jere Salyerr Advertising Manager Ed Pipkin, business manager, and |ere Salyers, advertising manager, handle all of the business matters of Smoke Signals. The 1951-52 SMOKE SIGNALS ' staff hasn ' t had visions of an Ail-American magazine as their goal . . . they !r owe tackled the job of editing a magazine that the students will read and enjoy. To this staff goes many thanks . . . well deserved thanks for FSU was on its fifth year before a staff would run the risk of being criticized for the sake of making a change way past due. (Left to right) : Ed Pipkin, jule Hurst, Billy Mills, Jere Salyers, and Joel Smith gather around the staff typist, Marilyn Stigler. WFSII the voice Sl ' an Gould, station manager. Radio is a strange thing in that it " gets under your skin " and is rather difficult to remove. The staff and management of WFSU hope that the campus station has in some way become a part of Florida State University students ' daily routine. One of the outstanding features of the year ' s work was the broadcast of the Vaughn Monroe show directly from the Su- wannee Room which included the nation-wide presentation of " Camel Caravan. " Also high on the list was the " Tommy Tucker Sing for Your Supper " contest which was sponsored by the campus station to determine the two top FSU singers. The finals were then broadcast by remote control over the 660 spot on the dial. Remote control proved to be a popular and helpful device. It brought many new programs to the FSU students. One of the most popular was the broadcast of all FSU baseball games direct from Centennial Field. Also made possible by the re- mote control was airing of the symphonies from the Music Hall, the program of University Singers and the Collegians, various speakers from the Music Hall and several of the Artist Series programs. " Sounds in the Night, " one of the new programs added to the schedule, proved to be a favorite; however, the old stand- by " Late Date " remained the number one choice of the stu- dents. Other new shows included the quiz program " Number Please " and " Concert Miniatures, " a three-hour Sunday pro- gram. The second annual six-hour Christmas Album was pre- sented before the Christmas holidays. UGA elections returns were aired as soon as they were available and " Your UGA on the Air " was added to the list of new programs. Special time was allotted to the Cancer Drive, Honor Emphasis Week and the Campus Chest for programs along with the spot announce- ments made throughout the campaigns. Approximately five thousand spots for the various campus organizations and de- partments were made during the year. In the technical field steps forward were also taken. New microphones, turntable equipment, mike stands, and records, plus the remote equ ' pment, improved the quality of the broad- casting and the service to the students. Through gifts and purchases the record library was increased by one thousand sides with everything from symphonies to novelties. All in all it was quite a large step WFSU took forward and if you, the students, benefited from the move, the " Voice of the Seminoles " considers its goal for the year accomplished. Neil Jacoby, program director. Terry Garrett, production manager; Len Mellon, chief announcer; Mac McCall, director of special events. of the Seminoles (Left to right): Bill Boss, as- sistant to program director; Sonny Livingston; Mary Fry; Mary Agnes Hanzo, coordinator of producers; Sylvia Morini, director o ' music. Typists and script writers. Eexecutive Council. Producers. Engineers. MARGARET TRUMAN graciously talks with student interviewers. VAUGHN MONROE and the Moonmaids. Voughn tells the NBC audience of FSU. THE 1952 DORIS DALTON, radio and Broadway actress. DR. GERALD WENDT, Lecturer. J. FRANK DOBIE LRTIST SERIES Lilly Windsor looks over score with ). ). Vincent, Miss Windsor ' s manoger, end Dean Kuersteiner. Even without the use of the large Westcott auditorium, the Artist Se- ries programs this year were out- standing. Three opera singers were featijred, including Miss Lucille Manners, Miss Lilly Windsor and Mr. Leonard Warren. These were among the most popular of the whole season. Margaret Truman was another of the artists who ap- peared at FSU. Doris Dalton, the noted radio and Broadway actress, played for two weeks in the speech department production of " Biography. " The Artist Series also helped sponsor Vaughn Monroe and his orchestra, who played for the Sandspur dance. Several lecturers were outstand- ing on the program this year. These included lectures on anthropology and physics. Each season the Artist Series is more successful at FSU and this year was one of the best yet. " %v, At p 00 Jeff Munroe and Helen Arnold on the balancing ladder. Shirley Knight in a breath- taking foot revolve. FLORIDA STATE ' S OWN Your mouth is bigger than Daddy ' s. Photographers have heyday with clowns. Gail Tomlinson in a split on the rings. f » ' " r « Look out below!! Um-m-m Joline Belcher in the Spanish Web. fleas? Sissy Simonton on the giant swing. ' ' ' Flying Casting Team — (Left to right): Lei Pinkston, John Mabee, Faye Williams, Johnny Fortune. lie Blair and Roy Thompson — delicate lancing act on the rola rola. Acrobatic Bicycle Team — Lenora Windham, Jeannie Rutherford, Fred Darkow. Beauty on the ladders. Doris Kittrell and Bob Miller on the Perch Pole. They have to study, too. Behind the scenes. ( It isn ' t all glamour and glitter.) Circus members learn Mr. Thomas Wright ' s original song " Flying High. " Fred Darkow and Shirley Knight in an iron-jaw swing. Life Photographer caught in a pose. Ann Yates checks costume with seamstress. Chorus line brings us back t-o earth. Adagio teams display graceful skill. Before . . . and ofter. Cane Dance. Ruthie Spencer does the Cloud Swing. It takes practice Four beauties entangled in the Spanish Web. Double Casting — Ruthie Spencer, Dick Williams, Dick Slade. Johnny Fortune takes clowning to the air. The breath-taking steps in the Flying Casting. , ? ' ? wfc ■,.,i0 ' ' % i GAIL ALBRITTON . . . Dai ' s gal ... a hus- tler . . . able to get blood ffom turnips . . . fast- working Taliy-Ho mama. THE HALL OF FAME To honor not only outstanding leaders, but those who have con- tributed in a vital way to the development of our university, we present Florida State University ' s Hall of Fame. Each in his own way has left unique impressions on the campus, and for this we are grateful that each leaves FSU a little better place than it was before. The number of persons selected for the Hall of Fame was neces- sarily limited. Many seniors are worthy of being recognized for jobs well done, and the decisions for the Hall of Fame were diffi- cult, indeed. To those whose pictures appear here, we say congratu- lations! We wish it were possible to include all the seniors who have contributed much to making FSU " The finest place on earth. " JIM BALL . . . level-headed leader- ship . . . coolly capable as ODK president, judi- ciary chairman. DICK BRADLEY . . . " first man " of senior class ... a never-tiring worker . . . well-done jobs. MAE GAUTIER . . ball of energy . . . fingers in lofs of pies, but every job well done. STAN GOULD the " Voice of the Seminole " . . . ear of the campus . . . well qualified WFSU. SHIRLEY GREGORY , . the silent worker . . . contributor of Book Ex- change to ccmpus . . . diligent . . . responsive and very nice. BOB GRIFFIN . . . freedom of the Flam- beau ... a firm liberal . . . on energetic editor. SHIRLEY HURLBERT . . . outstanding service . . . never speechless . . . known by all . . . Cam- pus Chest chairman. MYRA KIGHT a friend of yours a senator (senior) Mortar Board chief. ALICE JACKSON . . . laughing asa . . . the joker . . . the worker . . . the honor court chief. JIM KIRK ... a real cracker head- ing University Senate . . . KA prexy . . . wields a wicked uke. MARJORIE MECKSTROTH . . . slow-spoken . . . precise . . . responsible senator . . . capable Ph Mu president. PATTY Ml MS . . . intelligence personi- fied . . . personality plus . . . conscientious chair- man of judiciary. JETT MUNROE . . . vivacious . . . fireball cheerleader . . . walking chamber of commerce for FSU. LUCILLE ROGERS . . . versatile . . . Mortar Board pen-woman . . . Pow-Wow . . . service to campus and fraternity. DORIS JEAN SMITH . . . little girl . . . power- ful worker . . . quick- minded mistress of the Arrow Girls. WILL PENNELL . . . earnest . . . diligent . . . faithful at a 24- hour - o - day job, UGA president. BETTY RICH ... a quick mind . . . fast talker . . . energetic head of women ' s affairs . . . finds more than 24 hours in the doy. EUNICE THOMPSON . . Senior Hall madam . . soft spoken security . . noble woman. ITAe S cco 5«54 7. OFFICERS President Dick Bradley Vice-President Shirley Gregory Secretary Eunice Barnes Treasurer Bill Cornelius Parliamentarian Eleanor Cooper Social Chairman . Karolyn Bardin hat long-cherished moment is here at last, when in mortar board and gown, each hand clasps the prized diploma, the symbol of a goal gained and containing many memories . . . from orientation and rat caps to investiture and graduation. The seniors look back on their four years of work, fun, and sorrows with mixed feelings of regret, pride, relief, joy, and happiness . . . captured and preserved in this Tally-Ho yearbook . . . memories of their years spent at Florida State University, the finest place on earth. (First row, left to right) : Bardin, K.; Barnes, E.; Cooper E. (Second row, left to right) : Cornelius, B.; Bradley, D.; Gregory, S. t 4 ► ' tnX- _ . ' ' l y- . i- 1 . ■ " », y s ' ' V,_ ■ = l« . [ ' v , . Didn ' t you see me at graduation? ... I wore a black hat and coat. HOWARD ABEL — Orange City; B.S., Business; Delta Sigma Pi; Future Business Leaders of America; U.G.A., Organizations Com- mittee, Social Standards Committee; Senior Representative to Judiciary. HELEN ELOISE ABRAMS — Clearwater; B.S., Business; Phi Mu; Even Tennis Leader; Rifle Club, Secretary; Tally-Ho. PATRICIA AIKEN — Lutz; A.B., Modern Languages; Vice- President of Spanish House. MILDRED ANN AITCHISON — Punta Gorda; A.B., Education; Sigma Alpha Iota; Freshmen Flunkies; University Symphony Or- chestra; Florida State Symphony; Choral Union; Operettas, Pirates of Penzance Roberta. ROBERT W. ALBERTSON — Indian Rocks Beach; B.S., Education; Theta Chi; Men ' s Major Club; Basketball; Volleyball. GAIL ALBRITTON — Tallahassee; B.S.. Journalism; Alpha Chi Omega; Mortar Board; Garnet Key; Treasurer of U.G.A., Chair- man of Finance Committee, Executive Council; Tally-Ho, Man- aging Editor, ' 51, Editor, ' 52; Editor of Pow-Wow; Talaria Staff; Junior Counselor; Vice-president, F.I. P. A.; Freshman Flunkies. JOAN ELIZABETH ALBRITTON— Auburndale. NANCY ALBURY — Miami; B.S., Education; F-Club; Tarpon. CLARA JEAN ALDERMAN — Bradenton; B.M.E., Instrumental; Sigma Kappa, Treasurer; Sigma Alpha Iota; Orchestra; University Singers. Who soys we don ' t work? Congrats . . . 1952 gridiron coptoins! EVELYN GRAY ALEXANDER — Fort Myers; B.S., Education; Delta Zeta; Y.W.C.A.; Wesley Foundation; Tally-Ho. SUSAN M. ALEXANDER — Jacksonville; A.B., Zoology; Alpha Lambda Delta; Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Alpha Epsilon Delta, Sec- retary; F-Club. BELVIA CECILE ALKOV— Pensacola. BETTY JANE ALLEN — Miami; B.S.. Ho.Tie Economics; Alpha Omicron Pi; Sophomore Council; Home Economics Club; Baptist Student Union, Secretary; University Senate; Organizations Com- mittee. DON R. ALLEN, JR. — Leesburg; B.S., Education; Pi Kappa Phi; Band; Swimming Team; Junior Senator; Westminster Fellowship, Vice-president; Honor Court Investigating Committee. JACQUES W. F. ALLEN— Belmar, New Jersey; A B., Business; Alpha Kappa Psi, Secretary; Newman Club; Scullions. PHYLLIS ANN ALLEN — Milton; B.S., Education. GAVINA ALVARADO — Tampa; B.S., Education; Los Picaros, President, ' 51; Junior Counselor. ROSE MARY ALVAREZ — Tampa; B.S., Education; F-Club; P.E.A., President; W.R.A.; Newman Club. MARTHA KERR AMAN — Tampa; B.S.. Home Economics Educa- tion; Kappa Delta Pi; Omicron Nu; Sophomore Council; Home Economics Club. ARDEN A. ANDERSON — Pensacola. MARION A. ANDERSON— Winter Park. REBECCA ANN ANDERSON— St. Petersburg; B.S., Education; Zeta Tau Alpha; Tarpon; F-Club; A.A.H.P.E.R.; P.E.A., Treasurer. ANNE ELIZABETH ANTHONY — Tallahassee; A.B., Library Sci- ence; Zeta Tau Alpha; Library Science Club, Vice-president; Classical Club; Modern Dance Club; WFSU Staff; Westminster Fellowship; Sondspur stage crew; Roberta. HELEN ARNOLD — Gonzalez; B.S., Home Economics; Home Eco- nomics Club; Circus. INEZ LILLIAN ARNOLD — Tallahassee; B.S., Elementary Educa- tion; Delta Sigma Omega, President; Canterbury Club; Future Teachers of America. BETTY JANE ATCHLEY — Jacksonville; B.S., Journalism; Florida Flambeau; Smoke Signals; Tally-Ho; WFSU; Wom.en ' s Glee Club; Honor Committee; Junior Counselor. SHIRLEY ANN ATWELL — Branford; B.S., Elementary Education; Band; Junior Counselor; Baptist Student Union; Y.W.A. KATRINE AUSTIN — Miami; B.S., Social Welfare; Alpha Gamma Delta, President; Sophomore Council; Junior Counselor; Smoke Signals Staff. THOMAS C. BABIONE — Fremont, Ohio; B.S., Education; F-Club; Health Club; Newman Club; Varsity Tennis; Circus. ANDERSON LACY BALDY, JR. — Bradenton; A.B., Journalism; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. JENCIE BALES — Lake City; A.B., Library Science; Soltas; Baptist Student Union. JAMES A. BALL — Belle Glade; B.S., Public Administration; Kappa Alpha, Vice-president; Omicron Delta Kappa, President; Gold Key; Pi Alpha Sigma, President; Rifle Club, President; Chairman of Judicial Court of U.G.A.; U.G.A. Funds Committee; Inter-Fraternity Co uncil; Men ' s Judiciary; Student Rights Committee; R.O.T.C. Rifle Team. KAROLYN E. BARDIN — Buffalo, New York; B.S., Journalism; Alpha Xi Delta; Les Jongleur, Treasurer; Zeta Phi Eta, Treasurer; Bi-Y; Junior Counselor; Speech Department Productions. JOHN BARGAS — Bridgeport, Conn.; A.B., Political Science. EUNICE BARNES — Lakeland; B.S., Social Work; Kappa Delta, Vice-president; Sophomore Council; Secretary of Senior Class; Social Work Club; Elections Committee; Wesley Foundation; Freshman Flunkies. Abel Abrams Aiken Aitchison Albertson Albritton, G. Albritton, J. Albury Alderman Alexander, E. Alexander, S. Alkov Allen, B. J. Allen, D. Allen, J. Allen, P. Alvorado Alvarez Aman Anderson, A. Anderson, M. Anderson, R. Anthony Arnold, H. Arnold, I. Atchley Atwell Austin Babione Baldy Bales Ball Bardin Bargas Barnes Stop bleeding, John, we know you can ' t transfuse a promise. JAMES C. BASSETT — Monticello. MARION BEAN — Panama City. SUE BEASLEY — Lake Alfred; B.S., Elementary Education; Delta Zeta, President; Choral Union; Baptist Student Union; Freshman Flunkies. GAIL C. BEEHLER, JR. — St. Petersburg; B.S., Education. HERMAN S. BEKEMEYER — Winter Garden; B.M.E., Music; Uni- versity Singers; University Chorus; F.S.U. Male Quartet. HELEN BELL — Daytona Beach, B.M., Music. NANCY BENDA -Tallahassee; A.B., Education; Alpha Xi Delta, Vice-president; Tarpon; Junior Counselor. CAROL DENCIE BENSON— Lake Wales; B.S., Education. MARY JANIS BEOVICH—Peniacola; B.S., Education; Gamma Phi Beta; Newman Club; Flambeau; Smoke Signals. Beauty on parade. Who missed their cue? BENITO BERONDA, JR. — Tampa; B.M., Music Education; Phi Mu Alpha; Band, Vice-president and President; Symphonic Band; Uni- versity C horus. BEVERLY CLAIRE BERRY — Ocala; B.S., Business; Junior Coun- selor; Wesley Players, Vice-president; Wesley Foundation Council. FAYE BERVALDI — Key West; B.M.E., Music Education; Sigma Alpha Iota; Gymkana; Mikkado Operetta; Choral Union. JANICE BETTS— Quincy. ROSE MARY BIANCAROSA — West Palm Beach; A.B., Education; F-Club; Les Jongleurs; Cotillion; Newman Club; Rifle Club. MARY PENELOPE BISHOP — Monticello; B.S., Home Economics; Sigma Kappa; Junior Counselor; Home Economics Club. LOIS MARIAN BIVANS — Ft. Lauderdale. JACK EARL BLACKBURN — Panama City; B.S., Education; Kappa Sigma; Phi Mu Alpha; Drum Major, Marching Chiefs; Bands. EDWINA BLACKWOOD — Lakeland; A.B., History. CLARENCE A. BLALOCK — Madison; B.S., Business; Theta Chi; Organizations Committee. IRENE BLALOCK — Madison; B.S., Business; Delta Gamma. JOAN MARIE BLALOCK — Ocala; B.S., Elementary Education; Pi Beta Phi, Secretary. MARY AGNES BLITCH — Ocala; B.S., Elementary Education; Alpha Omicron Pi; University Symphony Orchestra. EUGENE L. BOND — Pensacola; B.S., Commerce. WALLYCE BON I FAY— Pensacola. OWEN BRADFORD BOONE — Albemarle, N. C; B.S., Business; Phi Delta Theta; Varsity Swimming; F-Club; L ' Apache. PORTER BOSTIC, JR. — Geneva, Alabama; B.S., Art Education; Gymkana; Student Union Organization. GEORGE BOWERS, JR. — Daytona Beach. LURA HOOKER BRADBURY — Dover; B.S., Education. RICHARD P. BRADLEY — Tampa; B.S., Public Administration; Omicron Delta Kappa; Gold Key; Senior Class President; Vice- president of U.G.A.; Junior Senator; F-Club; tennis team; debate team. HELEN LOIS BRAY — Tampa; B.S., Home Economics Education; Treasurer, Home Economics Club; 4H Club. JANICE L. BRIDWELL — Lake Butler; B.S., Secretarial Science; Future Business Leaders of America; Freshmen Flunkies; Junior Counselor; Disciple Student Fellowship. STANLEY F. BROOME — Orlando; B.S., Business. DOROTHY L. BROWN — Miami; B.S., Education; F-Club; Senior Hall Council; Bi-Y; Future Teachers of America; Wesley Founda- tion, Y.W.C.A. JANICE E. BROWN — Wauchula; B.S., Health Education; Presi- dent, Health Education Club; B.S.U. Executive Council. KATHRYN ELIZABETH BROWN — Marianna; B.S., Business Edu- cation; Future Business Leaders of America. Bassett Bean Beasley Beehler Bekemeyer Bell Benda Benson Beovich Beronda Berry Bervaldi Betts Biancarosa Bishop Bivans Blackburn Blackwood Blalock, C. Blalock, I. Blalock, J. Blitch Bond Bonifay Boone Bostic Bowers Bradbury Bradley Bray Bridwell Broome Brown, D. Brown, J. Brown, K. ne e K tytd. 0$ With ail f he ' career days ' you ' d think t-hey expected us to go to work. LEO JERNIGAN BROWN — De Funiak Springs; B.S., Home Eco- nomics; Alpha Chi Omega. TRAVE L. BROWN — )acksonville. WINIFRED G. BROWN — Seminole; A.B., Mathematics; Alpha Lambda Delta; Gamma Sigma Epsilon. BARBARA BURCH — Miami; B.S., Mathematics. LENA MAE BURCH — Jasper; B.S., Business Administration. MARY JO BURR — Mt. Dora; B,S., Physiology; Gamma Sigma Epsilon. ROSEMARY BYNUM— Panama City. BETTY JEAN BYRD — Miami; A.B., Spanish; Alpha Lambda Delta; Sigma Delta Pi Secretary; President of Spanish House; Sandspur; Flambeau. Alpha Delta Pi chorus line! Modern Birds. LOIS NATHOLIE CAMERON — Edgewater; B.S., Education; New- man Club; Band; Circus; Light Opera Guild. MARTHA RAYE CAMP— Tallahassee. JO CAROLYN CAMPBELL— Panama City; A.B., English; Sigma Kappa. GLORIA FRANCES CANN— St. Petersburg; B.S., Education. EVELYN CAPITANO — Tampa. L. ROBERT CARASTRO — Tampa; B.S., Social Welfare; Lambda Chi Alpha; Arnold Air Society; Inter-fraternity Council. CARITA CARBALLO — Miami. FRANK CARNLEY— Ponce de Leon. PATRICIA CARO — Milton; B.S., Social Welfare; Kappa Delta; Sophomore Council; Junior Class Secretary; Social Work Club; Wesley Foundation; Junior Counselor; U.G.A. Budget Committee. PAULALOUISE CARR— Jay. LUCINDA LEE CARSON— Ft. Myers; B.S., Education; Phi Mu; Freshman Flunkies; Freshman Carnival; University Chorus; Speech Department Productions; WFSU; Sandspur; Canterbury Club; Tally-Ho; University Court; Panhellenic; Future Teachers of America. BARBARA ANNE CARUTHERS — Bushnell; B.S., Education; Zeta Tau Alpha; Kappa Delta Pi; Senior Representative to University Court; Assistant Managing-Editor of Flambeau; WFSU; Wesley Foundation. JEANNE CASSENS — Ft. Pierce. M. LANDRUM CAWTHON — De Funiak Springs; B.S., Mathe- matics; Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Mathematics Club. FRANK RYLAND CHASE — Jacksonville; B.S., Geology; Pi Kappa Alpha. ARTHUR CHESNUT — Clearwater; B.S., Social Welfare; Pi Kappa Alpha. ANGIE CHILLURA — Tampa; B.S., Home Economics Education; Newman Club; Home Economics Club. MARY EUGENIA CHURCH — Miami; B.S., Education; Alpha Delta Pi; Circus; Village Vamps. ROSE MARIE CIANFRONE — West Palm Beach; B.S., Bacteriology; Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Newman Club. MARILYN CICENIA — Miami; B.S., Education; Sandspur. PHILLIS JEAN CLANTON — Jacksonville. BARBARA CLARK — White Springs; B.S., Home Economics; Junior Counselor; Band. DOROTHY E. CLARK — Mulberry; A.B., Fine Arts; Kappa Delta, President; Freshman Flunkies; Art Club; Elections Committee. JAMES P. CLARK, JR. — Valdosta, Go.; B.S., Physical Education; A.A.H.P.E.R.; Physical Education Majors ' Club; Volleyball; Basketball. BOBBIE JEAN CLEMENTS — Gracevllle. FAY CAROLYN COE — Tallahassee; B.S., Education; Day Students ' Organization. HELEN LOUISE COITH — Orlando; B.S., Education; Pi Beta Phi. Brown, L. Brown, T. Brown, W. Burch, B. Burch, L. Burr Bynum Byrd Cameron Camp Campbell Conn Capitano Carastro Carballo Carnley Caro Carr Carson Caruthers Cassens Cowthon Chase Chesnut Chillura Church Cianfrone Cicenia Clanton Clark, B. Clark, D. Clark, ). Clements Coe Coith Yes, Doc, I passed Junior English, now hand me my diploma please, WILLIAM GEORGE COLE — St. Petersburg; B.S., Public Admin- istration; Pi Kappa Phi. DANIEL C COLEMAN — Overstreet; A.B., Business; Industrial Arts Club. DOROTHY ANN COLEMAN — Ft. Lauderdale. ANONA LOUISE COLLINS — Jacksonville; A.B., Spanish; Zeta Tou Alpha; Sophomore Council; Los Picaros; Freshman Flunkies; West- minster Fellowship; Vice-president of Gilchrist Hall. CLARA COMELLAS— Tampa. WILLIAM B. CONKLIN--Middletown, N. Y.; A.B., Arts and Sci- ences; Pi Koppo Alpha, Vice-president; Who ' s Who in American Colleges; Newman Club, President; Tally-Ho, Associate Editor; Press Club; WFSU; UGA; Flambeau; Smoke Signals; Sandspur, Publicity Committee. MARY ELIZABETH CONNELL- Tau Alpha. Inverness; B.S., Education; Zeta Topic of Discussion? Toward a higher education. MAURINE SUSAN COOLIDGE — Clearwater; B S., Education; Kappa Alpha Theta; Rifle Club; Sandspur. ELEANOR HALL COOPER — Orlando; B.S., Education; Kappa Delta; Editor of Kappa Delta; Sophomore Council; Kappa Delta Pi; Junior Counselor; Parliamentarian of Senior Class. PANSY H. COOPER — Holt. LORNA KATHRYN COWLE — Eustis; B.S., Social Welfare; Junior Counselor; Social Work Club, President; Westminster Fellowship Counsel; Tallahassee Ornithological Society; Honor Committee; Even Hockey Team. MARY E. COX — Quincy, Illinois; A.B., Business; Chi Omega; New- man Club; Classical Club. MADGE LOUISE CRANDALL — Weirsdale; B.S., Education. NORMA CRANE — Occla. MARTHA NELLE CRENSHAW — Ft. Lauderdale; B.S., Education; Alpha Xi Delta; Assistant Business Manager, Flambeau. WILLIAM E. CROOK — De Funiak Springs. FAYE GATLIN CRUTCHFIELD — Tallahassee; B.S., Education; Al- pha Chi Omega; Day Students Organization; Elections Committee. WILLIAM CUMMINS — Pensacola. HARRELL R. GUSHING — Chipley; B.S., Psychology; State B.S.U. President; B.S.U. Executive Council. FRED DARKOW — Canal Fulton, Ohio; B.S., Physical Education; Gamma Delta; Circus. MIRIAM ALICE DAVIDSON — Coconut Grove; B.S., Mathematics; Delta Delta Delta; Sophomore Council; Tarpon Club; Cotillion; Sandspur. DOROTHY K. DAVIS — Brooksville; B.S., Business; Kappa Delta Pi; Pi Omega Pi; Future Business Leaders of America. FREDERICK FLOYD DAVIS — Marianne. WILLIAM M. DAWKINS — Miami; B.S., Physical Education; Sigma Nu; Gold Key; Captain of Football Team; F-Club; Men ' s Physical Education Club. JOAN DAY — St. Augustine; A.B., Social Welfare; Zeta Tau Alpha, Secretary; Freshman Flunkies; Tally-Ho Staff, Junior Class Editor, Senior Class Editor. MORRIS J. DAY — Greenville. FAZIL STARLING DEAN — Tampa; A.B., Art Education; Circus. PAMELA DE BOER — Chipley; B.S., Educoton; Sophmore Council; Junior Counselor; University Chorus; Representative to Judiciary; Vice-president of South Cawthon; Vice-president of Landis; Home- coming Committee; President of Baptist Student Union. DONALD GERALD DEITCH — Miami; B.M., Music History and Literature. ALICE J. DELGADO — Tampa. WILLENE MERIAM DEMPSEY — Branford. FRANCES MARGARET DIAZ — Tampa; B.S., Education; Los Picaros. GLORIA DICE — Monticello; A.B,, Library Science; Sottas. ERNEST K. DICKEY — Cross City; B.S., Business Administration; Delta Sigma Pi. ANN DILLARD — Deland; B.S., Public Administration; PI Beta Phi; Recording Secretary; Sophomore Council; Parliamentarian of Junior Class; Freshman Flunkies. Cole Coleman, D C Coleman, D. A. Collins, A. Cornelias Conklin Connell Coolidge Cooper, E. Cooper, P. Cowie Cox Crandoll Crone Crenshaw Crook Crutchfield Cummins Cushing Dorkow Davidson Davis, D. Davis, F, Dawkins Day, J. Day, M. Dean de Boer Deitch Delgado Dempsey Diaz Dice Dickey Dillard You con tell registrotion is neor; the hospitol just ordered more beds. CHARLES W. DILS — Reading, Ohio; A.B., Psychology; Sigma Phi Epsilon, President; Exchange Editor, Flambeau. YVONNE DIONNE — Pensacola; B.M.E., Music Education; New- man Club; Majorette in Band; Choral Union; Women ' s Glee Club; Gymkana Court. DONA DIXON — Foley; B.S., Business; Future Business Leaders of America. BETTY THERESA D ' LUGOS — Pensacola; A.B., Education. DOROTHY DOE — Bala-Cynwyd; A.B., Art; WFSU; Sandspur; Smoke Signals; Les Jongleurs. RAYMOND G. DOLAN — Panama City; B.S.. Geology. DIGNA ESTHER DOMINGUEZ — Tampa, B.S., Secretarial Science; F.B.L.A.; Los Picaros; Newman Club. ELIZABETH DOREY- Gamma. -Jacksonville; A.B., Education; Delta JAMES M. DOSS — Jacksonville; B.S., Economics; Pi Kappa Alpha; L ' Apache. Shapely squaws. Greeks socialize. JIM DRAA — Titusville; B.S., Business Administration; Delta Sigma Phi; Alpha Phi Omega; Sandspur; Circus; Student Union; Home- coming Committee; Wesley Foundation. NORMA DREYER — St. Petersburg. WALLACE DYNES — Tallahassee; A.B., Speech; Gold Key; Student Christian Association, President; Disciple Fellowship Association, President; Varsity Debate; University Chorus. MARGARET EARNEST — Miami; B.S., Social Welfare; Delta Gamma, Vice-president; Social Work Club; Wesley Foundation; President of South Cawthon; Co-chairman of Organizations Com- mittee; Homecoming Dance Committee; Honor Committee. EDWARD EATON, JR. — St. Augustine; B.S., Education. GLORIA EDELMAN — Lake Wales; A.B., Spanish; Delta Zeta; Newman Club; Los Picaros; Choral Union. STEVE EDWARDS, JR. — Quincy; B.S., Physics; Kappa Sigma, Presi- dent; Kappa Sigma Man of the Year ' 51; President University Symphony; State Symphony of Florida; University Bands; Sand- spur; Mikado. BRONNA MAE ELKINS — Perry; B.S., Home Economics; Home Eco- nomics Club, President; 4-H Club, President. MARYHELEN ELLIS — Tampa; B.M., Music; Sigma Alpha Iota; University Singers; Choral Union; Light Opera Guild. BESS ENGE — Arlington; B.S., Education; Kappa Alpha Theta, President; Alpha Lambda Delta; President, Sophomore Class; Sophomore Council; Judiciary. MARGARET ERICKSON — Jacksonville. JEAN E. ERMETI — West Palm Beach; A.B., Education; Kappa Delta Pi; Geography Club; Newman Club; Choral Union. EDSON EVER ' ETT EVANS — St. Petersburg; B.S., Bacteriology; Gymnastic Team. JOAN MEITER EVANS — St. Petersburg; B.S., Education; West- minster Fellowship; Gymkonc. EDNA TERESIA FABER — Lakeland; A.B., Psychology; Junior Coun- selor; Newman Club; President Vice-president, North Cawthon. MARILYN FALLS — Macon, Georgia; A.B., Speech Correction; Zeta Tau Alpha, President; Zeta Phi Eta; WFSU. JOAN FARGIS — Jacksonville. C. OPAL FAULKNER- B.S.U. Council. -Pine Park, Georgia; A.B., Social Welfare; ANDREW FERENCE — Mt. Carmei, Pennsylvania; B.S., Education; Kappa Delta Pi; Industrial Arts Clubs. CATHERINE FERGUSON — New Smyrna Beach. AMELIA C. FERNANDEZ — Tampa; A.B., Elementary Education; Los Picaros, State Secretary; Sophomore Council; junior Counselor; President of Spanish House; Honor Committee. CARROLL PRATT FINLAYSON — Marianna; B.S., Geology; Delta Tau Delta, Secretary; Geology Club; L ' Apache. LOUIS FISCHER — Sellersburg, Indiana. JEAN FLYNN — Montverde; A.B., Speech; Sophomore Council- Junior Counselor; F-Club; Les Jongleurs; Honor Committee; 4-H Club; Bi-Y; Y.W.C.A.; Wesley Foundation Council; Speech De- partment Productions; Flambeau; WFSU; Sandspur. MARJORIE NELL FOGARTY — Sararota; A.B., Library Science; Band; Baptist Student Union; S.O.L.T.A.S. ELEANOR ANNE FOLSOM — Monticello; B.S., Elementary Edu- cation; Freshman Flunkies; Charter Member Future Teachers Association of America. Iklli. Oils Dionnc Dixon D ' Lugos Doe Dolan Dominguez Dorey Doss Draa Dreyer Dynes Eornest Eaton Edelman Edwards Elkins Ellis Enge Erickson Ermeti Evans, E. Evans, J. Faber Falls Fargis Faulkner Ference Ferguson Fernandez Finlayson Fischer Flynn Fogarty Folsom n e K a t Dear Ed, why not crusade on something different like Greek Hell Week? JOHNNIE FORTUNE — Laurel Hill; B.S., Physical Education; Kappa Alpha; Gold Key; Circus; F-Club; A.A.H.P.E.R. BARBARA FOWLER — Orlando. WILLIAM D. FRANK — Bradenton; A.B., Education; Alpha Ep- silon Delta; Flambeau; Smoke Signals; Bond. DEWAYNE DONALD FREE — Orlando; B.S., Public Administra- tion; Delta Tau Delta; Male Chorus; Circus. JANE FREEL — Tampa; B.S., Education; Delta Gamma. M. VIRGINIA FRENCH — Homestead; B.M., Voice; Delta Zeta, Corresponding Secretary; Sigma Alpha Iota, Treasurer; Pi Kappa Lambda; Sophomore Council, Treasurer; Junior Counselor; Uni- versity Singers; Women ' s Glee Club; Choral Union. VIRGIL D. FRESHOUR — Bristol, Indiana; B.S , Social Science; Arnold Air Society. HELEN FRIEDHEIM — Belle Glade; B.S., Home Economics Educa- tion; Sophomore Council; Home Economics Club; 4-H Club; New- man Club; Junior Counselor. DORIS ROSALIE FRISCIA — Tampa; B.S., Bacteriology, Gamma Sigma Eosilon. WFSU invades Tally-Ho. Ptomaine Pit. DEWEY FUSSELL— Bushnell FRANCES E. FUTCH — Dade City; B.S., Child Development. ELEANOR A. GAGE — Jacksonville. CLYDE GALLOWAY — Westville. ANN GANDY — Tallahassee. BETTY JEAN GARDNER— Madison. ELIZABETH ANN GARDNER— Key West; B.S., Home Economics; Omicron Nu; Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Home Economics Club; Choral Union. PAT GARDNER — Orlando. JANE GARSIDE—Tampa. MARY E. GARST — Bradenton. BARBARA GATES — Miami; B.S., Elementary Education; Sigma Kappa; Circus; Sandspur; Freshman Flunkies. RAYMONDE GATES — Miami; B.S., Elementary Education; Fresh- man Advisor for Newman Club. CATHERINE GATTA — Tampa; A.B., Elemenetary Education; Los Picaros; Newman Club. JAMES H. CAUSE — Wilmington, Delaware; B.S.. Physical Educa- tion; Theta Chi; A.A.H.P.E.R. MAE MERCER GAUTIER — Miami; B.M.E., Choral Music Educa- tion; Alpha Chi Omega; Garnet Key; Mortar Board; Sigma Alpha Iota; Sophomore Council; Junior Counselor; Secretary of Women ' s Senate; Treasurer of School of Music; Vice-president of Jennie Murphree; University Singers, President; Wesley Foundation; Uni- versity Chorus; Panhellenic; Chairman of Freshman Orientation Committee. JEAN GHIOTTO— Ft. Lauderdale. LOUIS D. GIBSON— Jasper. JOANN LOUISE GILBART — St. Petersburg; B.S., Home Economics Education; Chi Omega; Freshman Flunkies; Home Economics Club; Chairman of Panhellenic Workship. JAMES M. GILCHRIST — Kinston, Alabama; B.S., Elementary Education. MARIANNE K. GILLEN — Lake Wales; B.S., Journalism; Chi Omega, President; Village Vamps, President; Garnet Key; " Mor- tified " ; Newman Club; Society Editor of Flambeau; Campus Chest Committee; Tally-Ho Staff, Co-editor of Feature Section; Fresh- man Flunkies. REID GILLIS — Ft. Lauderdale; B.S., Restaurant Hotel Manage- ment; France F. Hamilton Scholarship Award; Scullions — Junior Hotel Men of America. GEORGE GNANN — Deerfield Beach. ANN GODFREY — Panama City; B.S., Education; Sigma Kappa, President; Freshman Flunkies; Elections Committee; Executive Council of Panhellenic. SARA JANE GODFREY — Panama City; B.S., Elementary Educa- tion; Sigma Kappa, Vice-president; Women ' s Glee Club; Choral Union. MARY L. GODWIN — Quincy; B.S., Social Welfare; Senior Hall Council; Social Work Club; Bi-Y; Baptist Student Union; Y.W.C.A. BARBARA GOLEMAN — Lakeland; A.B., English; Kappa Delta; Alpha Lambda Delta; Sophomore Council; Sigma Tau Delta, Treas- urer; Junior Counselor; Freshman Flunkies, Chairman; Treasurer of Sophomore Class; Theater Dance Group, Even Dance Team; Tally- Ho Staff; Roberta. Fortune Fowler Frank Free Freel French Freshour Friedheim Friscia Fussell Futch Gage Galloway Gandy Gardner, B. Gardner, E. Gardner, P. Garside Garst Gates, B. Gates, R. Gctta Gause Gautier Ghiotto Gibson Gilbert Gilchrist Gillen Gillis Gnann Godfrey, A. Godfrey, S. Godwin Goleman Dear sf udent, shut up and look at the pictures, this isn ' t a newspaper. CHARLES RUSSELL GORSUCH — Tampa; B.S., Journalism. STANLEY JAY GOULD — Middletown, New York; B.S., Psychology; Gold Key, President; Manager of WFSU; President of the Seminole Broadcasting Station; Who ' s Who in American Colleges. ELEANOR GRAVES — Vero Beach; A.B., Education; Delta Delta Delta; " Mortified " ; Garnet Key; Chairman, Off-Campus Court; F-Club; Judiciary; Senate. EVELYN GRAY— Quincy. RICHARD C. GRAY — Tallahassee. ARTHUR GREENBERG— Spring Valley, New York. ROBERT GREEN — Stuart. Delta Sopho- SHIRLEY GREGORY — Hollywood; B.S., Social Welfare; Gamma, President of Delta Gamma Colony; Garnet Key; more Council; Junior Counselor; Vice-president of Jennie Mur- phree; Vice-president of Senior Class; Social Work Club; Student Christian Association; Wesley Foundation; Chairman Organizing Used Book Exchange; Honor Committee; Chairman Summer Recreation Committee; Who ' s Who in American Colleges. BETTY MAE GRIFFIN — Ft. Pierce; B.S., Home Economics; Alpha Chi Omega. Prospective queens smile for voters. We enjoyed listening, Tex. ROBERT BOND GRIFFIN, JR. — Tallahassee; B.S., Journalism; Gold Key; Omicron Delta Kappa; Flambeau, Editor, Business Man- ager; Speech Department Production; Men ' s Glee Club; Sandspur; Press Club; Talorio. LOUIS GROOT — Washington, D. C. JOAN IRENE GROSS — Deland; B.S., Social Welfare; Alpha Xi Delta, President, Treasurer; Junior Counselor; Social Work Club, Vice-president; Bi-Y. . JOAN GROSSER — Jacksonville. MILDRED GROTEWOLD — Sebring; A.B., Education; Kappa Delta Pi; Sophomore Council; F-Club; Junior Counselor; Vice-president, Reynolds; Seminole Flyers Club, Secretary. EVELYN GUSTAFSON — St. Petersburg; B.S., Home Economics; Delta Gamma; Home Economics Club; Child Development Forum; Bi-Y; Westminster Fellowship; University Singers; Vice-president, South Cawthon; U.G.A.; Campus Chest Committee; Used Book Exchange. FRANCES JONES GUTHRIE — Chipley; B.S., Elementary Education; Sigma Kappa; B.S.U.; Y.W.C.A. VIRGINIA CLAIRE GUTHRIE — Jacksonville; B.S., Business Man- agement; Student Union Organization; University Singers. MARY REBEKA GUZMAN — Doytono Beach. PATRICIA RUTH HABERKORN — Ft. Lauderdale; B.S., Education; Kappa Alpha Theta; Newman Club, President; Southeastern Prov- ince of Notional Newman Club Federation, Secretary. HARVEY M. HAGARTY — St. Petersburg. IMOGENE HAIR — Tampa; B.S., Business; Pi Omega Pi; Future Business Leaders of America. SARAH CAROLYN HAIRE — Gretna; B.S., Business Education; Delta Zeta, Secretary; Choral Union; University Singers; Baptist Student Union; Future Business Leaders of America. SHIRLEY HAIRE — Quincy; B.S., Business Education; Kappa Alpha Thcto; Cotillion, Treasurer. MILDRED HALL — Inverness; B.S., Applied Social Sciences; Alpha Delta Pi; Sophomore Council; Junior Counselor; President of Panhellenic. MARY CHEATWOOD HALLER — West Palm Beach; A.B., Ele- m entary Education; Canterbury Club. CATHERINE HAMBY — Pensacola; B.S., Education; Alpha Omi- cron Pi; Sophomore Council; Garnet Key; " Mortified " ; F-Club; Vice-president; House President, Magnolia; Junior Counselor; Chairman of Senior Hall; B.S.U. Executive Council; Frerhman Orientation Committee. GLORIA C. HAMILTON — Miami; B.S., Psychology; University Singers; Y.M.C.A. HILDA JEAN HAMILTON — Monticello; B.M.E., Choral Music Education; Sigma Alpha Iota, Secretary; President, Vice-presi- dent, School of Music Students; University Chorus; Choral Union; University Singers. WALLACE S. HAMRICK, JR. — Webster; B.S., Physical Educa- tion Spanish Club; F-Club; Physical Education Majors Club; A.A.H.P.E.R.; P.E.A.; M.R.A.; F.E.A.; U.R.A.; Homecoming Committee. M. LOU HANKS — Bratt; A.B., Education. MARGIE LOU HARDEN — Tampa; B.S., Elementary Education; junior Counselor; University Orchestra; Florida State Symphony; Wesley Foundation. MARGARET ANN HARDY — Port St. Joe; B.S., Elementary Edu- cation; Delta Zeta. LAMAR H. HARGROVE — Dade City. RALPH HARMON — Bay Harbor. ESTELLE HARPER — Arcadia; B.S., Education; Pi Omega Pi; F.B.L.A. Gorsuch Gould Graves Gray, E. Gray, R. Greenberg Greene Gregory Griffin, B. Griffin, R Groot Gross Grosser Grotewold Gustafson Guthrie, F. Guthrie, V Guzman Haberkorn Hogarty Hair Haire, 5. C, Haire, S. Hall Holler Hamby Hamilton, G. Hamilton, H. Hamrick Hanks Harden Hardy Hargrove Harmon Harper Goodbye long lines, traffic court, exams, allowance . . . A-L-L-0-W— ark! BETTY E. HARRELU- Tallahassee. JACQUELINE HARRINGTON — Miami; B.S., Home Economics; Kappa Alpha Theta; Circus; Cotillion, Vice-president; Freshman Flunkies. EVELYN HARRISON — Tallahassee. LOU HARRISON — Panama City; B.S., Home Economics; Sopho- more Council; Home Economics Club; Westminster Fellowship; Junior Counselor; Freshman Flunkies; Honor Committee. PATRICIA ANN HARRISON — St. Petersburg; B.S., Business; Fu- ture Business Leaders of America; University Singers; University Chorus; Choral Union; Freshman Flunkies. NANCY HARROD — Miami; B.S., Education. KIRK F. HARTSFIELD — Chattahoochee; B.S., History. JULIE HAWES— Tallahassee; B.S., Social Welfare; Tarpon Club; Wesley Foundation Council; Social Work Club; Flambeau, As- sistant Feature Editor; Smoke Signals; Day Student Organization; Classics Club; Freshman Flunkies. KATHERINE ANNE HAWKINS— Tampa; A.B., Library Science; Kappa Delta; Village Vamps. Look out for your toes! Sally reigns regally. WILLIAM EBERLE HAYES — Jacksonville; B.S., History; Gold Key; Student Union Organization, General Chairman; Vice-president, Men ' s Affairs, U.G.A.; University Council; University Senate; Men ' s Senate; Campus Chest; Judiciary; Chief Justice Pro-Tern., Honor Court. HERBERT H. HEARNE — Titusville; B.S., Geology. KENNETH D. HEIDEL — Gooding, Idaho. VARIAN HELMS — Orlando; A.B., English; Sigma Tau Delta; Alpha Lambda Delta; Westminster Fellowship Council; Junior Counselor; Women ' s Glee Club. JOANNE G. HEMPSTEAD — Thomaston, Georgia; B.S.. Elementary Education; Kappa Delta Pi; Judiciary; Wesley Foundation Council. ELLA CAROLYN HENRY — St. Petersburg; A.B., Arts and Sciences; F-Club; Freshman Flunkies; Pow Wow, Art Editor; Smoke Signals, Art Editor; Tally-Ho, Art Editor; Westminster Fellowship; Choral Union. GEORGE W. HERLONG— Lake City. HELEN FRANCES HICKS — Miami. HELEN HIERS — Chiefland; B.S., Business Education; Pi Omega Pi, President; Kappa Delta Pi; Future Business Leaders of America, State President; Junior Counselor. SHIRLEY HIGGINBOTHAM — Callahan; B.S., Education; Florida State Symphony Orchestra; Sandspur; A.A.H.P.E.R. HUGH STANLEY HILL— St. Peter:burg; B.S., Education; Kappa Sigma. NANCY LOVE HILL — Sarasota; B.M., Piano; Alpha Omicron Pi, Treasurer; Sigma Alpha Iota; Pi Kappa Lambda; University Chorus; Choral Union; Male Chorus Accompanist. VIRGINIA RUTH HILL — Punto Gorda; B.S., Home Economics Edu- cation; Home Economics Club. REBECCA ANN HINDON — Clearwater; A.B., Latin; Alpha Omi- cron Pi; Eta Sigma Phi, Secretary; Ponhellenic Council; Classical Club; Pep Club. JUNE HINSON — Indian Town. JEAN HOBBS — Tampa. PAUL B. HODGES — Panama City. SILAS KENNY HODGES — Panama City; B.S., Political Science; Gold Key; Arnold Air Society, Commander. TED L. HODSON — Lakeland. BETTY HOFFMAN — Lynn Haven. DARRELL M. HOLLAND — Nocatee; B.S., Business; Alpha Tau Omega. W. RONALD HOLLOWAY — Marion, Ohio. JACK DAVID HOLMES — Jacksonville; A.B., Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Phi; Sigma Delta Pi; Senior Senator; Varsity Swimming Team; Extemporaneous Speaking (2nd place); Speech play — Male Animal; F-Club; Westminster Fellowship. ALTA MAE HORTON — Orange Park; A.B., Journalism; Sandspur; Flambeau. ELEANOR HOWARTH — Daytona Beach; A.B., Elementary Educa- tion; Freshman Flunkies; Canterbury Club; Junior Counselor. LYDIA HELEN HOWES — Perry; B.S., Business; Pi Omega Pi; Future Business Leaders of America; Wesley Players, President; Band; Choral Union; Wesley Foundation Council. Harrell Harrington Harrison, E. Harriron, L. Harrison, P. Harrod Hartsfield Howes Hawkins Hayes Hearne Heidel Helms Hempstead Henry Herlong Hicks Hiers Higginbotham Hill, H. Hill, N. Hill, V. Hindon Hinson Hobbs Hodges, P. Hodges, S. Hodson Hoffman Holland Hollowoy Holmes Horton Howorth Howes Wonder what I ' ll do now? Oh, I guess Til work on my Master ' s. ELEANOR HUDDLESTON — Jacksonville. MARGUERITE HUGHES — Gainesville. VIRGINIA A. HUGHES — Ft. Lauderdale; B.S., Home Economics Education; Alpha Xi Delta; Hom.e Economics Club; Westminster Fellowship; Speech Production Committees; Panhellenic; W.R.A.; Choral Union; Broward County Club. MILDRED W. HUNTER — Bowling Green; A.B., Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. SHIRLEY HURLBERT — Orlando; B.S.. Speech; Delta Zeta; Zeta Phi Eta; Garnet Key; Sophomore Council; Mortified, Czar; Junior Counselor; President, Reynolds; Winner of Governor ' s Trophy in Public Speaking; Chairman, Campus Chest; Debate Squad; Con- federate Club; Freshman Flunkies; Speech Department Productions. RUBY HUTTO— Tampa; B.S., Commerce. RICHARD J. lACUZZI — Orlando; A.B., Management; Delta Sigma Pi. ALICE V. JACKSON — Jacksonville; B.S., Education; Zeta Tau Alpha; Garnet Key, President; Mortified; F-Club; Sophom.ore Coun- cil; Junior Counselor; Vice-president, Jennie Murphree; Chair- man, Campus Red Cross; University Singers; Women ' s Glee Club; W.R.A.; A.A.H.P.E.R.; Honor Committee; Student Guild of the American Guild of Organists. Sororities show Christmas spirit. CARLEEN JACKSON- cation. -Calhoun, Georgia; B.S., Elementary Edu- Did you say studying? -Hioleah; B.S., Chemistry; F.S.U. Golf Team. -Lake Worth; B.S., Arts and Sciences; Phi EARL JACKSON — Perry; B.S., Business; Alpha Kappa Psi; F.S.U. Marching Band; F.S.U. Symphonic Band. CHARLES C. JAMES- WALTER JARDINE- Delta Theta; Gold Key; L ' Apache; F-Club, Treasurer; Swimming Team, Captain and Co-captain; Senate. HARVEY JEFFREYS— Chase City, Virginia. EDWINA JENKINS — Caryville. R. L. JENKINS — Miami. PEGGY D. JESTER — Miami; Elementary Education; Delta Zeta, 2nd Vice-president; Newman Club; Freshman Flunkies; University Chorus; University Singers; Choral Union; Tally-Ho Staff. H. LYNWOOD JUNKS — Orlando; B.S., Economics; Theta Delta Iota. CLAUDE JOHNS, JR. — Starke; B.S., Public Administration; Sigma Chi, President; Phi Mu Alpha, President; Gold Key; Honor Com- mittee; Pi Alpha Sigma; University Chorus. MALCOLM L. JOHNSON, JR. — Flagler Beach; B.S., Business Ad- ministration; Student Union Organization; Sandspur. W. RUTH JONES — Jay; B.S., Education. BERNA KARDONSKY — Ft. Lauderdale. MATTIE KELLY — Destin; A.B., English. ERNEST G. KERBY, JR. — Cross City. MARY LILLIAN KERLEY — Ft. Lauderdale; B.M.E., Music Educa- tion; Sigma Alpha Iota, President; Sigma Alpha Iota Scholastic Cup; Junior Counselor; Women ' s Glee Club. BERTHA MARIE KERSEY — Miami; B.S., Art Education; Sopho- more Council; Junior Counselor; Freshman Flunkies; Y.W.C.A., Secretary; Sophomore Class Publicity Chairman. IVAN KESTNER — Washington, D. Wesley Players; University Court. C; A.B., Political Science; BILLY FRANK KETCHAM— Tallahassee. MYRA KIGHT — Jacksonville; B.S., Education; Phi Mu; Mortar Board, President; F-Club, Secretary; Kappa Delta Pi; Garnet Key; Sophomore Council; Junior Counselor; Vice-president, Jennie Mur- phree; W.R.A., Vice-president and Treasurer; Choral Union; Band; Honor Committee; Wesley Foundation; Freshman Flunkies; Future Teachers of America; A.C.E.; Who ' s Who; Confederates. PATRICIA KIRBY — St. Petersburg; B.M.E., Music Education; Al- pha Chi Omega, Secretary; Sigma Alpha Iota, Vice-president; Homecoming Committee; Freshman Flunkies; Wesley Foundation; Inter-religious Council Committee. JANE KIRK — Plymouth; B.S., Education; Gamma Phi Beta; F- Club; A.A.H.P.E.R., President; W.R.A., President; P.E.A.; Modern Dance Club; Sophomore Council; Junior Counselo r; University Singers. JIM KIRK — Morristown, Tennessee; B.S., Radio Speech; Kappa Alpha, President; Gold Key; Alpha Phi Omega; Arnold Air So- ciety; Vice-president, U.G.A. DORIS ANN KITTRELL — Panam.a City; B.S., Business Education; Alpha Delta Pi, President; Sophomore Council; Junior Counselor; Circus. MARY KNIFFIN — Miami. ELINOR CATHERINE KNOX — Miami; B.S., Education; Gamma Phi Beta; Baptist Student Union Council. MARY EMILY KOON — Lakeland; B.S., Business; Tally-Ho Staff; Gymkana; Sandspur; Even Dance Team; Pow Wow. Huddleston Hughes, M. Hughes, V. Hunter Hurlbert Hutto lacuzzi Jackson, A. Jackson, C. Jackson, E. James Jardine Jeffreys Jenkins, E. Jenkins, R. Jester Jinks Johns Johnson Jones Kardonsky Kelly Kerby Kerley Kersey Kestner Ketcham Kight Kirby Kirk Kirk Kittrell Kniffin Knox Koon Y4 e pUa Well, if you insist on a little graduation gift, make it a two-door. RICHARD KURRAS — Patchogue, New York; B.S., Physical Edu- cation; Lambda Chi Alpha; Varsity Volleyball, A.A.H.P.E.R.; Gamma Delta. JEAN CLAIRE LAFFITTE— Quincy. ■ v, DOROTHY LAIRD — De Funiak Springs. ALLAHAH LEIGH LAMB — New Smyrna; B.S., Elementary Edu- cation; A.C.E.; Future Teachers of America. JEAN LANDRUM — Ponte Vedra Beach; B.S., Recreation Edu- cation; Alpha Xi Delta; Tarpon Club; B.S.U.; A.A.H.P.E.R.; Y.W.C.A.; Choral Union; Gymkona. )0E LANE — Anniston. NANCY LOUISE LANE — Sebring; B.S., Physical Education; Delta Zeta; Junior Counselor; Tally-Ho; F-Club; Intramural Manager. SHARON MARIE LANE — West Palm Beach, A.B., Music; Sigma Alpha Iota; Eta Sigma Iota; Classical Club; FSU Symphony Or- chestra; State Symphony of Florida; Light Opera Guild; Speech Department Productions; Canterbury Club. JOYCE C. LANGFORD — Pensacola. DOROTHY A. LANGSTON — Jacksonville; A.B., Arts and Sciences; Alpha Lambda Delta; Sigma Tau Delta, President; Phi Beta Kappa; Sophomore Council; Junior Counselor; Canterbury Club. Otis plays Santa. Whatsupdoc!?! JO ANN LASSITER — Lakeland; B.S., Business; Kappa Delta; Co- tillion; Freshman Flunkies; Elections Committee; Circus. RAE LATHERS — Winter Haven; A.B., Spanish; Los Picaros; Sigma Delta Pi. PATRICIA RUTLEDGE LEDBETTER — Jacksonville; A.B., Elemen- tary Education; Social Chairman, Gilchrist; President, Bryan; Wom- en ' s Glee Club; Canterbury Club Vestry. ROBERT A. LEE — Tallahassee; B.S., Education; Lambda Chi Al- pha; Phi Mu Alpha; Florida State Symphony; University Symphony; Symphonic Band; Circus Band. VIRGINIA M. LEE — Orlando; B.S., Elementary Education; Phi Mu, Secretary; Mortar Board; Garnet Key; Sophomore Council; Ju- diciary; Sophomore Hop Queen ' s Court; Vice-president, Gilchrist; F-Club; Westminster Fellowship; Panhellenic, Treasurer. COMFORT AVERY ANN LEMBECK — New Smyrna Beach; A.B., Zoology; Alpha Delta Pi; Sophomore Council; Junior Counselor; F-Club; Even Archery Leader; Honor Committee; Freshman Flunk- ies; Confederacy; Tally-Ho Staff. MARLENE H. LENZ — Ft. Lauderdale; B.S., Education; Pi Omega Pi, Secretary-Treasurer; Future Business Leaders of America; Junior Counselor; Sandspur. JERRY H. LEONARD — Tallahassee; B.S., Accounting; Alpha Kappa Psi. NINA JEAN LESTER — Quincy; B.S., Social Welfare; Kappa Alpha Theta; Cotillion; Social Work Club. BARBARA LEWIS — Tallahassee; B.S., Home Economics Education; Delta Gamma, President; Home Economics Club; University Singers; Choral Union; Speech Department Productions. DAVID J. LIEMAN — Bronx, New York; B.S., Social Welfare; Hillel Foundation, President. JAMES W. LOHMEYER — Miami Beach; B.S., Education; Alpha Phi Om.ega, President; F-Club; College Debate Team; Track Varsity; Forum Chairman, University Government Association; Governor of Senior Hall; Elections Committee. TIL LOMAISTRO — Miami; B.M.E., Music Education; Alpha Omi- cron Pi; Garnet Key; Sigma Alpha Iota; Mortified; Freshman Flunkies; Sophomore Council; Junior Counselor; President of Bryan Hall; Orientation Committee; Organizations Committee; Women ' s Glee Club; Choral Union; University Singers. CHARLES FRANCIS LORBER — Miami; B.S., Psychology. DONALD W. LOVE — Miami; B.S., Geology; Geology Club, Vice- president; Homecoming Committee. JO ANN LOVETT — Ocala. WALTER K. LOWE — St. Petersburg; B.S.. Business Administra- tion; Alpha Kappa Psi, President; Future Business Leaders of America. BOB LUCAS — Miami. BARBARA LUFF — Jacksonville. CAROL ANTOINETTE LUMIA — Tampa; B S., Business Adminis- tration; Newman Club; Future Business Leaders of America; Flor- ida Education Association. ANITA LUNSFORD — Leary, Georgia. CYNTHIA MAY LURIE — Arlington, Virginia; B.S., Sociology. DORIS ELAINE MARCHETTI — Pensacola; B.S., Medical Tech- nology. ELEANOR MARETT — Miam.i; B.S., Elementary Education; F-Club; Junior Counselor; Secretary of Senior Hall; Women ' s Glee Club, Vice-president; Bi-Y; Wesley Foundation Council. MARGUERITE MARINE — Tallahassee; A.B., Spanish. JttM ■ Kurras Laffitte Laird Lamb Londrum Lane, J. Lane, N. Lcne, S. Longford Longston Lossiter Lathers Ledbetter Lee, R. Lee, V. Lembeck Lenz Leonord Lester Lewis Lieman Lohmeyer Lomoistro Lorber Love Lovcti- Lowe Lucus Luff Lumio Lunsford Lurie Marchetti Morett Marine ne C ' H a No, Mother, the sheepskin I ' m getting can ' t be used on the floor of the den. D. L. MARSEE, JR. — Mishawaka, Indiana; B.S., Education; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Industrial Arts Club; Varsity Basketball; Varsity Golf. SARAH MARGARET MARSHALL — Miami; B.S., Social Welfare; Alpha Gamma Delta; University Chorus; University Singers; Wes- ley Foundation; Junior Counselor. JOSE MARTI — New York, New York; B.S., Psychology; Pi Kappa Phi; Cavaliers; Sandspur. JEAN KATHRYN MARTIN — Bradenton; B.S., Elementary Educa- tion; Phi Mu, Vice-president; Kappa Delta Pi; WFSU; Baptist Student Union Council; Junior Counselor; Choral Union; Student Union Organization; U.G.A. Elections Committee. LILLIAN NINON MARTIN — Tampa; B.S.. Business; Kappa Delta; Junior Hotel Men of America; Scullions; Circus. GLENNIE MASSEY — Tallahassee. DOROTHY B. MATHEWS — Plymouth; A.B., Library Science; Jun- ior Counselor; SOLTAS; Symphonic Band; Marching Band; Wesley Players; Wesley Foundation Council. BETTYE JANE MATTHEWS— Miami. Soph Hop June and her court. Artists at work. BETTY JANE MATTISON — Bradenton; B.S., Elementary Educa- tion; Band; Baptist Student Union; SOLTAS. JAMES A. MAY— Miami. NORMA MAY — St. Petersburg; B.M., Music; Sigma Alpha Iota. JOHN W. MAYER — Tallahassee; B.S., Hotel and Restaurant Man- agement; Sigma Nu. RICHARD T. MEAD — Pensacola; B.S., Zoology; Alpha Tau Omega, Vice-president; L ' Apache, President; Golf Team. MARJORIE LOUISE MECKSTROTH— Orlando; A.B., Social Sci- ence; Phi Mu, President; Garnet Key; Mortar Board; Sophomore Council; Freshman Flunkies; Intramural Debate Winner; Sopho- more Hop Court; Secretary of U.G.A. ; Junior-Senior Prom Court; Senior Senator; Pow Wow Staff; Westminster Fellowship; Senior Class Marshal. MARY LOUISE MEDLIN — Miami; B.S., Home Economics; Alpha Xi Delta; Freshman Flunkies; Home Economics Club; 4-H Club; Child Development Forum; Wesley Foundation; Junior Counselor; Y.W.C.A.; Student Christian Association. -West Palm Beach. -St. Petersburg; B.S. Elemen- LUCILLE MEEBOLD- MARILYN CATHERINE MEITER- tary Education. BARBARA MIDDLEBROOKS — Crestview; B.S., Child Development; Alpha Gamma Delta, Recording Secretary; Freshman Flunkies; " Roberta " ; Off-Campus Court. GRACE THOMPSON MILLER — Davenport; B.S., Foods and Nu- trition; Home Economics Club; Transfer Junior Counselor; Wesley Foundation Council; Wesley Players. SUSAN CAMERON MILLER — Tallahassee; A.B., English; Chi Omega; Vice-president of Ruge Hall; Canterbury Club; Sigma Tau Delta; Choral Union. VIVIAN C. MILLER— Sarasota. DELLA BERYL MIMMS— Tallahassee; B.S. PATTI BRANNON MIMS — Jacksonville. Nursing. PATTY MIMS — Daytona Beach; A.B., English; Alpha Lambda Delta, President; Sophomore Council; Garnet Key; Sigma Tou Delta; Sigma Alpha lota; Mortar Board; Chairman, Inter-church Fellowship; Baptist Student Union; University Singers; University Chorus; Women ' s Glee Club; F.S.U. Chapter, American Guild of Organists; Freshman Flunkies; Junior Counselor; Honor Court; Chairman, Women ' s Judiciary. CYNTHIA MINK — Orlando; B.S., Education; F-Club; Sophomore Council. DARLENE MISSIO — Miami; A.B., Inter-American Relations; Kappa Alpha Theta; Cotillion, President, Vice-president. FRANCES IRENE MITCHELL — St. Petersburg; B.S., Home Eco- nomics; Vice-president of Cawthon. ANNE MIZE — Daytona Beach; B.S., Social Welfare; Delta Gamma; Theatre Dance Club; Women ' s Glee Club. lONA MOODY — Bunnell, SYLVIA ANN MOONEY- A.B., English; F-Club. -Miami. A. GLENN MOORE- tration. -Washington, D. C; B.S., Public Adminis- CAROLYN CLYDE MOORE — Maitland; A.B., Education; Alpha Chi Omega; Tarpon Club; F-Club; Modern Dance Club. JOHN E. MORGAN — Pensacola. THOMAS N. MORGAN, JR. — Tallahassee; A.B., Psychology. HAZEL MORRISON — Clermont; A.B., English; Alpha Omicron Pi; Flambeau, News Editor; Baptist Student Union; Honor Committee; Classical Club; Choral Union. Marsee Marshall Marti Martin, J. Martin, L. Massey Mathews Matthews Mattison May, J. May, N. Mayer Mead Meckstroth Medlin Meebold Meiter Middlebrooks Miller Miller, S. Miller, V. Miinms Mims, P. B. Mims, P. Mink Missio Mitchell Mize Moody Mooney Moore, A. G. Moore, C. Morgan, J. Morgan, T. Morrison Me? Cut classes? Never! I have to get in sack-time somewhere. NANCY ANNE MUELLER — Limona; B.S., Business; Sigma Kappa; Pi Omega Pi; Future Business Leaders of America; Sandspur. SUE FRANCES MUNDEE— Coral Gables; B.S., Social Welfare; Phi Mu; Social Work Club. JETT MUNROE — Tallaha:see; A.B., Education; Pi Beta Phi; Garnet Key; Mortar Board; Sophomore Hop Queen; Homecoming Qu:en; Junior-Senior Court; Warpath Club; Classical Club; Village Vamps; Circus; Cheerleader, Captain. PATSY DALE MURPHY — Miami; B.S., Elementary Education. WILLIAM DOUGLAS MYERS — Eustis; B.S., Business; Pi Kappa Phi, Secretary, Treasurer; Delta Sigma Pi; University Chorus; Choral Union; Baptist Student Union. HENRIETTA MacCONNELL — Vero Beach; B.S., Business Edu- cation; Zeta Tau Alpha; Pi Omega Pi; Circus. BRADFORD L. MacGOWAN — Tallahassee; A.B., Sociology; Phi Gamma Delta; Arnold Air Society; Alpha Kappa Delta; Phi Etc Sigma; Drum Major of R.O.T.C. Band; Warpath Club; Canter- bury Club, President; Honor Committee. These lab hours. Starlit Sophomore Hop. FRANCES McCLELLAN— Blountstown. NANCY McCLURE — Ocoee. BREECE A. McCRAY — New Smyrna Beach. LUCY MARY McGEACHY — Chipley; B.S., Home Economics; Home Economics Club; Baptist Student Union. NORMA MclNTOSH — Daytona Beach; B.S., Journalism; Zeta Tau Alpha; Freshman Flunkies; Flambeau; Panhellenic; Smoke Signals, Associate Editor. CUYLER McMillan — Pensacola; Pi Kappa Phi; Wesley Foun- dation. PATRICIA McPHERSON — Titusville; B.S , Elementary Education; Baptist Student Union, SOLTAS. HERBERT H. NASRALLAH — Jacksonville. JEANETTE NICHOLS — Thomasville, Georgia. EDWARD CURTIS NORTON — New Orleans, Louisiana; A.B., His- tory; University Chorus; Choral Union; University Singers. CATHERINE LOUISE NOTT— St. Petersburg; A.B., Spanish; Alpha Omicron Pi; Organizations Committee, U.G.A. LORRAINE NAOMI NOTTAGE — Key West; B.M.E., Music; Alpha Lambda Delta; Sigma Alpha Iota; Pi Kappa Lambda; Kappa Delta Pi; Junior Counselor; Women ' s Glee Club, President. BETTY LOU NUTTLE--Bradenton; B.S., Home EconoT.ics Educa- tion; Alpha Xi Delta; Home Economics Club; 4-H Club. F. PERRY ODOM — Jacksonville. ROSE MARY OGRAM — Atlanta, Georgia; B.S., Economics; Alpha Chi Omega; Day Students Organization; Westminster Fellowship. ELEANOR O ' HALLORAN — Tampa; A.B., Spanish; Sigma Delta Pi; Los Picaros. LaROSE OLIVER — Sylvania, Georgia; B.S., Education; Alpha Omi- cron Pi, Treasurer; Freshman Flunkies; Tally-Ho Staff; University Singers; University Chorus; Baptist Student Union Council; Junior Counselor. MASTON A. O ' NEAL, JR. — Ocala; B.S., Political Science. MILDRED O ' NEAL — Wewahitchka. HAROLD LEWIS OSBORN— Zellwood. MARGARET R EED PARK — Sarasota; B.S., Elementary Education; Marching Band; Symphonic Band; Art Club; Canterbury Club. JOHN PARKER — Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. MARJORIE THERESA PARKER — Miami; B.S., Social Welfare; Al- pha Omicron Pi; Tarpon Club; F-Club; Newman Club, President; President, Southeastern Province Newman Clubs; Chairman, U.G.A. Recreation Committee; Social Work Club; Intramural Debate Team. ARYLIS L. PARRAMORE — Quincy; B.S., Education. LORRAINE A. PARRISH — Tallahassee; B.S., Elementary Education. PATSY ANNE PATE — Jackconville. JULIET MARIE PEACOCK — Coral Gables; B.S., Home Economics; Alpha Gamma Delta; Village Vamps; Home Economics Club; Y.W.C.A. VERNON E. PEEPLES — Punta Gordo; Pi Alpha Sigma; Alpha Phi Omega; University Senate; Student Athletic Committee; Flambeau. Mueller Mundee Munroe Murphy Myers MacConneli MacGowan McClellan McClure McCray McGeachy Mcintosh McMillan McPherson Nasrallah Nichols Norton Nott Nottage Nuttle Odom Ogram O ' Halloran Oliver O ' Neal, M. A. O ' Neal, M. Osborn Park Parker, J. Parker, M. Parramore Pcrrish Pate Peacock Peeples What ' s fhe coolest- way to make men study? ... A heavy draft. MOLLIS 0. PEMBERTON, JR. — Tallahassee; B.S., Commerce; Al- pha Kappa Psi. WILL PENNELL — Columbus, Georgia; B.S., Social Welfare; Lambda Chi Alpha, High Delta; Gold Key, Vice-president; Social Work Club; I.F.C.; Freshman Class President; Sophomore Senator; Junior Class President; President of U.G.A,; Westminster Fellow- ship, Vice-president, State President; Debate Tournament; Junior- Senior Prom Court; Faculty Stunt Night Chairman; Chairman of Rat Caps; Student Christian Association; Parliamentarian, State Student Government Association. HARRY E. PENNYWITT — Jacksonville; B.S., Accounting; Sigma Chi. JUNE CAROLINE PERKINS — Miami; B.S., Elementary Education. BARBARA WINGATE PERRY — Jacksonville; B.S., Education; Fu- ture Teachers of America. BEVERLY JEAN PETERS — Vero Beach; B.S., Education; Delta Delta Delta, President; Sophomore Council; Tally-Ho Staff. Cheesecake in the water. Hup-2-3-4 - - uh!! ■ iff j .-i I " ' -Ui ii 11 If if (if,. DOLORES PETERS — Venice; B.S,, Education; Gamma Phi Beta; Tarpon Club, President; F-Club; P.E.A.; A.A.H.P.E.R.; W.R.A.; Senior Assistant Intramural Manager. GUS PETERS — Tallahassee. PAULLEAN PETTIS — Pensacola; A.B.. Education; Wesley Founda- tion; Wesley Players. BARBARA JEAN PETTIT — Daytona Beach; B.S., Home Economics; Kappa Alpha Theta; Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Homecoming Queen; Junior-Senior Prom Court; Cotillion; Home Economics Club; New- man Club; Sandspur; Sophomore Council. ALICE JEAN PHILLIPS — Frostproof; B.S., Education; Zeta Tau Alpha; Freshman Flunkies; Sandspur; Tally-Ho. DAVID C. PINSON — Washington, D. C; B.S., Education; Cav- aliers. WILLIAM G. POLLARD — Rahway, New York; B.S., Economics; Alpha Kappa Psi; Governor of Lang Hall; Newman Club; Circus. AUGUST " AUGIE " POMPELIA — Sagamore, Pennsylvania; A.B., Social Welfare; Captain, Varsity Baseball; Vice-president, Social Work Club; F-Club. PAMELA POPE — Barwick, Georgia; B.S., Social Welfare; Social Work Club; Baptist Student Union Council. JOHN HUGH POSTON— Jacksonville. EDITH POTTER— Jacksonville. MARGARET E. POWELL — Pahokee. VIRGINIA STOCKMAN PRENTICE — Panama City; B.S., Home Economics Education; Alpha Chi Omega; Kappa Delta Pi; Sopho- more Council; Omicron Nu; Home Economics Club; Freshman Flunkies; Vice-president, Reynolds; Vice-president, South Caw- thon; University Senate; Baptist Student Union. CATHERINE PREVEDEL — Lady Lake; B.S., Home Economics; Delta Gamma; Newman Club; Home Economics Club; Student Union Organization. WENDALLYN PR INGLE — Leesburg. IRWIN QUINN — Tallahassee. W. E. RAGDALE — St. Petersburg; B.M., Music Theory; Phi Mu Alpha; M.E.N.C., President; State Symphony of Florida; University Symphony; Student Chapter American Guild of Organists. JEAN BELLE RAIFORD — Miami; B.S., Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma; Junior Counselor; Geography Club, Vice-president. GEORGE SCOTT RAMSEY — St. Petersburg; B.S., Business; Scul- lions; Junior Hotel Men of America; Varsity Swimming. HAZEL B. READY — Safety Harbor; B.S., Home Economics; Wes- ley Foundation Council; Home Economics Club. NANNIE REARDEN — Tallahassee; B.S., Business. MARGARET WEST REDDING — Tampa; A.B., Social Welfare; F- Club; Sophomore Council; Parliamentarian, Sophomore Class; Vice- president, Bryan Hall; Junior Counselor; University Singers; Canter- bury Club; Ruge Hall Vestry; Social Work Club; Sandspur; Uni- versity Religious Council; Honor Committee; Sigma Kappa. PATRICIA F. REDFEARN — Wewahitchka; B.S., Education; Wesley Foundation. DORIS EMILY REED — Nichols; B.S., Elementary Education; Alpha Xi Delta; Kappa Delta Pi; Circus; Junior Counselor; Freshman Flunkies. BETSY REESMAN — Winter Park. CATHERINE CLAIRE REGISTER — Miami; B.S., Food and Nutri- tion; Sigma Kappa; Home Economics Club; Off-Campus Court. ROBIN S. RENFROE — Marianna. ZOE RENTZ — Jacksonville; B.S., Botany; Chairman, Honor Com- mittee; Junior Counselor; Westminster Fellowship. CAROLITA LUCILLE RHOADS — Jacksonville; B.S., Social Welfare. 1 TI " m 1 t 1 v f .T- .■ • ' irV I. .fl LBih«iHkj Pemberton Pennell Pennywitt Perkins Perry Peters, B. Peters, D. Peters, G. Pettis Pettit Phillips Pinson Pollard Pompelia Pope Poston Potter Powell Prentice Prevedel Pringle Qrinn Ragdole Roiford Ramsey Ready Rearden Redding Redfearn Reed Reesmon Register Renfroe Rentz Rhoods Sorry, I corset be there to get my degree . . . got a meeting to attend. LUCIA RICE — Sarasota; B.S., Education; Kappa Delta Pi; Junior Counselor; Wesley Foundation Council; University Singers. BETTY RICH — Punta Gorda; B.S., Education; Gamma Sigma Ep- silon, President; Sophomore Council; Junior Counselor; Garnet Key; Mortar Board; Senator; Vice-president in charge of Women ' s Af- fairs; Freshman Flunkies. BOBBIE RIDDELL — Ft. Lauderdale. PHYLLIS RIDGWAY — Miami; A.B., Education; Delta Zeta; Kappa Delta Pi; Junior Counselor; Y.W.C.A.; Student Christian Associa- tion; Westminster Fellowship. JEAN ELIZABETH RIGELL — Punta Gorda; B.S., Education; Tarpon Club, Vice-president; F-Club; A.A.H.P.E.R.; W.R.A. LOUETTA RILEY — Mulberry; B.S., Social Welfare; Phi Mu; Dis- ciple Student Fellowship, President; Bi-Y; Social Work Club. DEAN B. RISHER — Aliquippa, Pennsylvania. Welcoma, Alumni! Two dollars, please. ELISA CASAL RIVAS — Tampa; B.S., Bacteriology. BARBARA J. ROBBINS — Lake Como; A.B., Art; Pi Delta Phi, President; Art Club; Smoke Signals, Art Staff; Freshman Flunkies; Junior Counselor. JO ANNE ROBERTS — Daytona Beach; A.B., Biology; Delta Zeta; F-Club. DOROTHY C. ROBERTSON— Pompano Beach; B.S., Arts and Sci- ences; Alpha Chi Omega; Glee Club; Y.W.C.A.; Freshman Flunk- ies; Art Club; Phi Kappa Tau Queen; Homecoming Court; Circus. FLORENCE ROBINSON — Pensacola; A.B., Education. PATRICIA ROEHLING — Delray Beach; A.B., Journalism; Phi Mu; Tally-Ho; Flambeau; University Singers. PAULA JOSEPHINE ROEHRIG — Rock Harbor; B.S., Arts and Sci- ences; Geography Club, President; 4-H Club; Newman Club. RUTH LUCILLE ROGERS — Miami; A.B., Sociology; Pi Beta Phi; Mortar Board, Secretary; Alpha Kappa Delta; Sophomore Council; Village Vamps; Freshman Flunkies; Tally-Ho, Feature Editor; Edi- tor, 1951 Pow Wow; Organizations Committee; Funds Comm ' ttee, Off-Campus Court. WILLIAM EDWARD ROIG — San Juan, Puerto Rico; B S., Geology; Los Picaros; Foreign Students Club; Geology Club. INZA-NELL ROMAN — Perry; B.S., Sociology; Pistol and Rifle Club; Student Affiliate, American Chemical Society; Speech De- partment Productions; U.G.A. Elections Corrmittee. MARY ROTHERHAM — Revere, Massachusetts; B.S., Home Eco- nomics Education; Home Economics Club; Future Teachers of America. DOROTHY F. ROWE — Fort Pierce. ROBERT W. ROWLETT — Lakeland; B.S., Education; Kappa Sigma. JULIA ANN RUSS — Ft. Lauderdale. CHARLES R. RUSSELL — Tallahassee. JOE RUTHERFORD, JR. Sigma; Band. Panama City; B.S., Social Studies; Kappa HELEN MARGARET SANDERS — Fernondina; B.S., Elementary Ed- ucation; Newman Club. JOHN P. SANDIFORD, JR. Phi Omega. -Pensacola; B.S., Education; Alpha NEAL SAPP — Cottondale; B.S., Commerce; Phi Kappa Tau. FRANCES JANE SAULS — Monticello. ROSEMARY M. SCHULZ — Jacksonville; B.S., Business Education; Alpha Lambda Delta; Pi Omega Pi; Gamma Delta; Future Busi- ness Leaders of America; Lutheran Students League, Treasurer; Student Christian Association; Y.W.C.A. W. C. SCHUMACHER — Tampa. ROGER C. SELLERS — Westville; B.S., Public Administration. MARY SHAW — Tallahassee. OWEN SHAW — Brigham, Utah; B.S., Business Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha, President; Alpha Kappa Psi; L ' Apache. CLARA ANDERSON SHEPARD — Mt. Pleasant; B.S., Elemenetcry Education; Kappa Delta Pi. NEVA CARL SHEPHARD — Tallahassee; B.S., Elementary Educa- tion; Sophomore Council; Junior Counselor; Child Development Forum; Freshman Flunkies. WILLIAM L. SHEPHARD — Ocala. Rice Rich Riddell Ridgway Rigell Riley Risher Rivas Robbins Roberts Robertson Robinson Roehling Roehring Rogers Roig Roman Rotherhom Rowe Rowlett Russ Russell Rutherford Sanders Sandiford Sapp Sauls Schuiz Schumacher Sellers Shaw, M. Shaw, O. Shepard, C. Shephard, N. C. Shephord, W. L. The mosf popular orticie of clothing worn by Co-ed?? Raincoat! SYLVIA STRANGE — Mcintosh, LOIS E. STRAUGHN — Florala, Alabama; B.S., Hotre Economics Education; Home Economics Club; 4-H Clubs. LOIS ANN STRICKLAND — Jacksonville; B.S., Education; Delta Zeta; Future Teachers of America; Pre hman Flunkies; Sandspur; Baptist Student Union Council; Choral Union. BARBARA STRODE — Moquon, Illinois; B.S., Art Education; Alpha Sigma Tau; Gym.kana, Women ' s Chairman. CAROLYN ROSE STRUNK — Key We:t; B.S., Mathem.otics. KATHLEEN SULLIVAN — Miami; B.S., Elementary Education; Newman Club; Sandspur. RICHARD SUNDBERG — Jacksonville; B.S., Economics; Pi Kappa Phi, President; Arnold Air Society. MITCHELL SUTHERLAND — Plant City; B.S., Education; Lambda Chi Alpha. PAUL SWAGER--Tampa. Rear view. Who ' s rushing whom? JEAN MARIE SWETT — Palm Beach; B.S., Education; Kappa Al- pha Theto, Secretary; Sandspur; Circus; Bi-Y; WFSU; Freshman Flunkies. HARVEY E. SYKES, )R. — West Palm Beach; B.S., Commerce. J. D. SYKES — Tallahassee; B.S., Elementary Education; Kappa Sigma; Future Teachers of America. DOROTHY ANN TAPRELL — Daytono Beach; B.S. Kappa Alpha Theta; Senate; Freshman Flunkies. Education; GEORGE R. TARVER — St. Augustine; B.S., Geology; Delta Tau Delta, Secretary; Geology Club; Arnold Air Society. MARY ELLEN TAVEL — Palatka; B.S., Biological Science; Alpha Omicron Pi; Garnet Key; F-Club; Sophomore Council; Moitified; Chairman of Women ' s Judiciary, Summer School; Bi-Y; Recreation Committee, U.G.A.; Honor Committee; Marching Band; Symphonic Band; President, Broward Hall; Vice-president, Village; Junior Counselor; Y.W.C.A.; Freshman Flunkies. CARLOS TAYLOR — Clearwater; B.S., Elementary Education; Pi Kappa Phi, President, Secretary; Westminster Fellowship, Vice- President; Seni or Representative to Judiciary; University Singers, Vice-President; Secretary of Inler-Fraternity Council; University Chorus. LEETA PHILLIPS TAYLOR— Pensacola; B.S., Education. LYNN TEAGUE — Fort Pierce. DOROTHY IRENE TEMPLETON — Daytona Beach; B.S., Educa- tion; Tarpon Club; Theatrical Dance Club; F-Club; P.E.A.; A.A.H.P.E.R. ELVA KATHLEEN THACKER — Miami; A.B., Education. JERRY THOMAS — West Palm Beach; B.S., Public Administration; Sigma Nu; Omicron Delta Kappa; Gold Key, Vice-president; Pi Alpha Sigma, Governor, Treasurer; Cavaliers, National President, National Vice-president; Publications Committee; F.S.U. Citizens ' Committee; Social Standards Committee; Chairman of Men ' s Judi- ciary; University Senate; Inter-collegiate Debating Team; Flam- beau, Columnist; Smoke Signals, Fiction Editor; Tally-Ho, Assist- ant Sports Editor; WFSU; Sandspur; President Palm Beach Country Club; American Society of Public Administration; Junior-Senior Prom Court. SUZANNE THOMAS — Gainesville. ALICE CAROLYN THOMPSON — Coral Gables; B.S., Education; Phi Mu, House Manager; WFSU Staff; Freshman Flunkies; Can- terbury Club; Off-Campus Court. EARL D. THOMPSON- Phi. -Mayport; B.S., Social Welfare; Pi Kappa EUNICE ALLENE THOMPSON — Pensacola; B.S., Geology; Soph- omore Council; Junior Counselor; F-Club; Mortar Board; President, Jennie Murphree; President, Landis; No. 9 Club; Honor Commit- tee, Treasurer; Bi-Y; Baptist Student Union; Freshman Flunkies; W.R.A. Board; Intramural Debate. JAMES R. THOMPSON — Tallahassee; B.S., Commerce; Phi Delta Theta; L ' Apache. GLADYS TINKLER — Lakeland; B.S., Business; Sandspur; Gym- kana; Tally-Ho Staff. MARTHA STEPHENS TODD — Panama City; B.S., Business Edu- cation; Future Business Leaders of America; Baptist Student Union; Freshman Flunkies; Marching, Symphonic, and Circus Bonds. VIRGINIA E. TOMKINSON — Brooksville; A.B. SOLTAS; Baptist Student Union. Library Science; ROBERT J. TRAFFORD — Lake Worth; B.S., Education; Marching Chiefs. Strange Straughn Strickland Strode Strunk Sullivan Sundberg Sutherland Swager Swett Sykes, H. Sykes, |. Taprell Tarver Tavel Taylor, C. Taylor, L. Teague Templeton Thacker Thomas, J. Thomas, S. Thompson, A. Thompson, E. D Thompson, E. Thompson, ). Tinkler Todd Tomkinson Trafford This is " ABSOLUTELY NOTHING WEEK " . . . with absolufely nothing fo say. BARBARA LOUISE TRAWICK — Jacksonville; B.S., Elementary Education; Circus; Women ' s Glee Club; Baptist Student Union; Freshman Flunkies. HELEN ANN TREADWELL — St. Petersburg; B.S., Early Childhood and Elementary Education; Alpha Xi Delta; Freshman Flunkies; Canterbury Club. ROSEMARY TREFETHEN — Tampa; B.S., Art Education; Univer- sity Singers; Choral Union; Westminster Fellowship. FAYE CAROL TROUTMAN — Jacksonville; B.S., Education; Future Teachers of America; Freshman Flunkies; Choral Union; Sandspur; Baptist Student Union. VIRGINIA LOIS TUPPEN — Lake Worth. BETTY TURNER — Lake Wales; B.S., Education; Delta Zeta; Jun- ior Counselor; Mathematics Club; Panhellenic. JAMES TURVAVILLE — Tampa; B.S., Health Education; Alpha Phi Omega; Health Education Club; American Association for Health; Organizations Committee; Junior Representative to Traffic Court. Pass the ham, Sam. Caught in the air. WILLIS W. TYRRELL. JR.— Pensacola; B.S., Geology; Alpha Phi Omega, Vice-president; Geology Club; Swim Team; Wesley Found- ation; University Court. LOUISE EVERETT VALINTINE— Jacksonville; A.B., Elementary Education; Student Christian Association. GRACE DIANE VanDUSEN — Winter Haven; A.B., Arts and Sci- ences; Delta Delta Delta; Tarpon Club. IMOGENE VANN — Durant; B.S., Education; Baptist Student Un- ion; Junior Counselor. NANCY VAUGHN — West Palm Beach. JOHN E. VICKERS — Panama City; A.B., Zoology. MARGARET (MIKE) VOCELLE — Vero Beach; B.S., Education. ELIZABETH VonWIENER — St. Petersburg; A.B., Inter-American; Foreign Students Club, President. FRANK JAMES VRENNA — North Warren, Pennsylvania; Kappa Alpha; Cavaliers; L ' Apache; Male Chorus. JO WADE — Jacksonville; A.B., Art; Zeta Tau Alpha; F-Club, President; Tarpon Club; W.R.A.; Freshman Flunkies. MARY SUE WALKER — Gainesville. LAURENE ALICE WALLACE — Birmingham, Alabama; A.B., So- ciology; Alpha Lambda Delta; Alpha Kappa Delta. MARTHA CURRY WATKINS — Key West; A.B., English; Alpha Lambda Delta; Sigma Tau Delta; Baptist Student Union Council; Junior Counselor; University Court. DOROTHY WATSON— Plant City. FAE MIGNON WATTS — Fellsmere; B.S., Elementary Education; Kappa Delta Pi; Junior Counselor; Chairman, Westminster House; University Singers; Choral Union. PAT WEIGAND — Miami; A.B., Spanish; Alpha Chi Omega; Sigma Delta Pi, President; Los Picaros, Secretary; Sophomore Council; U.G.A. Funds Committee. CHARLINE WEITMAN — Oviedo; B.S., Business Education; Sopho- more Council; Junior Counselor; Wesley Players, Secretary; Future Business Leaders of America; Wesley Foundation Council; Clerk, University Court. MARY LEE WELCH — Apopka; B.S., Education; F-Club; Future Teachers of America; Canterbury Club. CATHARINE ANNE WELLS — Callahan; B.S., Home Economics Education; Alpha Lambda Delta; Home Economics Club; Wesley Foundation. JARED J. WESTBERRY — Jacksonville. LEONARD L. WESTBERRY— Tampa; B.M.E., Music; Phi Mu Al- pha; M.E.N.C.; Band; University Singers; Male Chorus. SHIRLEY HAZEL WESTBERRY — Perry; B.S., Art Education. MARY ALYCE WESTENDICK— Tallahassee; B.S., Elementary Ed- ucation; Day Students Organization; Newman Club. y «» jr oL ■ 1 3 I T " ' " F k Jr Trawick Treadwell Trefethen Troutman Tuppen Turner Turvaville Tyrrell Valintine VanDusen Vann Vaughn Vickers Vocelle VonWiener Vrenna Wade Walker Wallace Watkins Watson Watts Weigand Weitman Welch Wells Westberry, J. Westberry, L. Westberry, S. Westendick Four thousand dollars worth of fun and 124 hours of credit. BOBBE WHEELER — Tallahassee; B.S,, Social Welfare; Social Work Club; Day Students Organization; Delta Sigrr.a Oinega. SUSAN MARJORIE WHITE — Tallahassee; B.S., Elementary Edu- cation. CAROLINE WHITMIRE — Miami; B.5., Elementary Education; Sophomore Council; Garnet Key; Vice-president, Van Brunt; Vice- president, Bryan; Junior Counselor. LOIS MARIE WHITMORE — Winter Park; B.S., Home Economics; Home Economics Club. ERNEST C. WIDMER — Daytona Beach. DOROTHY JUDITH WIKSTEDT — St. Petersburg; B.S., Home Eco- nomics; University Chorus. KATIE V. WILDER — Secanto; B. S., Education; Baptist Student Union. WILLIAM J. WILDER — Panama City. Who zza matter? Housewarming! CLARA WILLIAMS — Winter Beach; A.B., English; Alpha Lambda Delta; Sigma Delta Pi; Baptist Student Union. FLORENCE WILLIAMS — Archer; B.S., Nursing. GRACE ELIZABETH WILLIAMS — Tallahassee; B.S., Elementary Education; Chi Omega; Canterbury Club; Freshman Flunkies; Honor Committee. JAMES BERNARD WILLIAMS — Tampa; B.S., Business; Arnold Air Society. LUCY WILLIAMS — Tallahassee; B.S.. Home Economics; Chi Om.ega; Canterbury Club; Home Economics Club; Freshman Flunkies. T. GERALD WILLIAMS — Lake City; B.S., Social Welfare. JOHN WINSLETT, JR. — Morianna; B.S., Public Administration; Sigma Chi, Vice-president; Phi Mu Alpha; University Chorus; Male Chorus; Choral Union. MARCUS A. WINSRYG — Tallahassee; B.S., Trade and Industrial Education; Kappa Delta Pi. CATHERINA WINTERSDORF — Yalaha. MARY VIRGINIA WOLFE — Orlando. ROBERT WOODBURN — St. Petersburg. ADRIENNE WOS — Minominee, Michigan; B.S., Elementary Edu- cation; Newman Club; Sandspur; Junior Counselor. DORIS WRIGHT — St. Cloud. MARY WATSON WRIGHT — Tallahassee; B.S., Education; Fresh- man Flunkies; Geography Club; Glee Club; Delta Sigma Omega, Vice-president; Baptist Student Union. PATSY WRIGHT — Monticello. RICHARD M. YEAGER — Jacksonville; A.B.. Histo.-y; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Vice-president; Arnold Air Society; Alpha Phi Omega; Junior Senator; Canterbury Club Vestry. MAXWELL YORK — Midland City, Alabama. LE HARVE F. YOUNG — Tampa; B.S., Education; Arnold Air Society. JOHN ADAM ZAPPIA— Geneva, Ohio; B.S., industrial Arts Edu- cation; Industrial Arts Club; Glee Club. JEANNE ZAPPOLO — Bonifay. VIVIAN ZIGRANG — Vero Beach; Delta Delta Delta; Freshman Flunkies; Tally-Ho Staff; Glee Club. 1 Wheeler White Whitmire Whitmore Widmer Wikstedt Wilder, K Wilder, W. Williams, C. Williams, F. Williams, G. Williams, J. Williams, L. Williams, T. Winslett Winsryg Wintersdorf Wolfe Woodburn Wos Wright, D. Wright, M. Wright, P. Yeager York Young Zappia Zappolo Zigrang JUNIOR OFFICERS President Jimmy Barnes Vice-President Pelham Corry Secretary Barbara Brewton Treasurer Joan Webb Parliamentarian Marilyn Hart Social Chairman Eleanor Green FRESHMAN OFFICERS President Gracen Smith Vice-President Mimi Patterson Secretary Dot Wells Treasurer Don Vanhise Parliamentarian Mary Grace Shoemaker Social Chairman Jackie Price SOPHOMORE OFFICERS President June Conyers Vice-President Pat Vines Secretary Petrea Campbell Treasurer Joyce Whiddon Parliamentarian Marcia Morris Social Chairman Betty Sue Fryer --i ,J; . w-■ V " «r»- iiiiilSZSr ' " . ; ' P - E MH H » ♦ ' ' ' i " ,„(llM-iiiir- i l Aose Abrahamson Adair Adams, A. Adams, B. Adams, j. Adams, L. Adicks Aggelis Albert, D. Albert, K. Allen, C. Allen, F. Allen, S. Allwood Althauser Alvarodo Alvarez Amos Amundson Anderson, J. Anderson, M. Anderson, V. Andre Andrews, A. Andrews, B. Archibald Ard Armstrong, B. Armstrong, M. Arnold, D. Arnold, I. Arrants Ash Ashmore Athanason Atkinson Austin Averitt Avis Baggett Bailey Baker Baldy Ball, R. Ball, S. Balske Barber, A. Barber, E. Barkdoll Barlow Barmore Barnes Barnett Barr Barrineau Bortley Bass, F. Batcheller Battle Baylor Bazemore Bean Beasley Beaty Beehler, C. Beehler, T. Beers Bennett, B. Bennett, M. Bennett, S. Benson Benton ft Berto - Bi0 Betgel % W Bilinski W Birthisel . ■ j. TjatM aM Bishop, B. H|, aj : Bishop, J. Black KmfSk A DONAH SUE AASE — Tallahassee Junior GENE K. ABRAHAMSON — Oakland, California Freshman JOANN ADAIR — Lakeland Sophomore ANN ADAMS — Plant City Freshman BILL B. ADAMS — Haines City Sophomore JOHN S. ADAMS, 11 — Tallahassee Sophomore LELIA ADAMS — Jacksonville Freshman JANE ADICKS — Jasper Sophomore T. S. AGGELIS — Ft. Pierce Freshman DELLA ALBERT — Miami Sophomore KARL ALBERT — Miami Sophomore CHARLES M. ALLEN— Lake Worth Freshman FRIEDA L. ALLEN — Bartow Sophomore SHIRLEY ALLEN — Milton Sophomore ART ALLWOOD — St. Petersburg Freshman THOMAS ALTHAUSER — Ft. Lauderdale Sophomore J. OLEMA ALVARADO — Tampa Sophomore ELVIRA ALVAREZ — Tampa Freshman DORIS AMOS — Pensacola Freshman EVELYN AMUNDSON — Hallandale Sophomore JEAN ANDERSON — Miami Junior MARION ANDERSON — Homestead Sophomore VIRGINIA ANDERSON — Tallahassee Freshman JACKIE ANDRE ' — Nashville, Tennessee Sophomore ARA ANDREWS — Tallahassee Sophomore BETTY JOAN ANDREWS — Auburndale Sophomore MARY LOUISE ARCHIBALD — Lake Park junior JOHN THOMAS ARD — Clermont Junior BETTE JO ARMSTRONG — Bradenton Junior MARY RUTH ARMSTRONG — Madison Freshman DAN ARNOLD — Tallahassee Freshman lOLA ARNOLD— Holly Hill Freshman GEORGE ARRANTS — Monticello Junior J UDY ASH — St. Petersburg Freshman DELILAH ASHMORE — Tallahassee Sophomore ANNA MARIE ATHANASON — Clearwater Junior JAMES H. ATKINSON — Daytona Beach Freshman JOANNE C. AUSTIN— Lake City Freshman M. C. (BOE) AV ERITT — Tavares Freshman LILLIAN AVIS — Vero Beach Freshman MARY BETH BAGGETT — Pensacola Sophomore RUDY BAILEY — Blountstown Junior DOROTHY GAIL BAKER — Tampa Freshman BETTY BALDY — Bradenton Freshman ROBERT L. BALL — St. Petersburg Junior SUSAN BALL — Miami Junior BARBARA JEAN BALSKE — Lynn Haven Freshman ANN BARBER — Miami Junior ESSIE JUNE BARBER — Dade City Sophomore DELL D. BARKDOLL — Wauchula Freshman J. MICHAEL BARLOW — Lansdowne, Pennsylvania Junior WYLENE BARMORE — Bradenton Freshman JIMMY BARNES- Pensacola Junior BARBARA ANNE BARNETT — Jacksonville Sophomore MARGARET BARR — Quincy Freshman SARAH JANE BARRINEAU — Pensacola Junior JENISU BARTLEY— Miami Freshman FAY M. BASS — DeFuniak Springs Freshman MARY ANN BATCHELLER— South Miami Sophomore MARY JOE BATTLE— Miami Junior KENT BAYLOR — Central City, Pennsylvania Sophomore HARRIETTE BAZEMORE— Miami Junior FRANK E. BEAN, JR. — Knoxville, Tennessee Sophomore RAY BEASLEY — Bartow Sophomore FOREST BEATY, JR.— Lake Worth Junior CECIL BEEHLER — St. Petersburg Freshman THANE BEEHLER — St. Petersburg Junior BARBARA BEERS — Pensacola Freshman BEVERLY ANN BENNETT— St. Petersburg Freshman MARION BENNETT — Tampa Freshman SHIRLEY ANN BENNETT — Orlando Freshman RICHARD BENSON— Winter Park Freshman LOYD BENTON— Westville Freshman ROBERT LOUIS BERTO— Ft. Lauderdale Freshman PAT BETGEL— Key West Freshman BARBARA ANN BILINSKI — Monticello Sophomore RHODA MARGUERITE BIRTHISEL — Daytona Beach. . .Sophomore BETTY LOUELLE BISHOP — Jay Freshman JAMES BISHOP— Lakeland Freshman NANCY BLACK— Orlando Freshman Scalp ' em!! Chi O roundup. Blackwood Blake Blair Bleckley Blinn Blitch, A. Blitch, J. Boggs Bohlayer Bolton Bond Bondi Bose Bourland Bowden Bowen Bowers Braddock Bradshaw, B. Brodshow, S. Bronon Brandies Bronnen Brannon Braxton Bray Brennemon Brett Brewer, M. Brewer, S. Brewton. B. Brewton, S. Bridges Brighton Briles Brill Brinkmon Brodie Brooks Browder Brown, Brown, C. Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, M. Brown, M. Lee Brown, M. Lyn Brown, T. Browne, B. Browning Brownlee Bruck Bruner Bryan Bryant, E Bryant, H Sugg Burke, B Burke, E Burks Burroughs, J Burrough, M Burton Bush Butler Butterfield Butts, C. Butts, P. Buzzard Calderoni Calfee Calhoun Collicott Cornfield, G. Campbell, H. Campbell, P. Campbell, V. Canipione BERNARD 0. BLACKWOOD— Havana Freshman ANNE BLAKE — Tampa Sophomore MARY KATHRYN BLAIR— Monticello Sophomore MARTHA SUE BLECKLEY— Clewiston Sophomore RALPH BLINN — Lake Worth Freshman ANN BLITCH — Ocala Sophomore JUDITH M. BLITCH — Jacksonville Freshman LAUREL BOGGS — Tallahassee Sophomore MARY ANNE BOHLAYER — Lake Mary Sophomore NORMA BOLTON — Botaira, New York Freshman NANCY BOND — Tampa Freshman DORIS BONDI — Tampa Sophomore GEORGE R. BOSE — Pensacoio Freshman ARDIS BOURLAND — Greenville, S. C Sophomore SHIRLEY BOWDEN — Venice Sophomore TOMMY BOWEN — Tallahassee Junior MAC BOWERS — Jacksonville Junior NORMA JEAN BRADDOCK— Bartow Junior BETTY SUE BRADSHAW — Panama City Freshman SHIRLEY BRADSHAW — Panama City Sophomore BECKY BRANAN — New Smyrna Beach Junior CHARLES EDWARD BRANDIES — Callahan Sophomore JOE ANN BRANNON — Cross City Freshman BEBE CAROLYN BRANNON— Delray Beach Freshman LOUISE BRAXTON — Cottondale Sophomore SARA BRAY — Port St. Joe Freshman FRANCES BRENNEMAN — Lakeland Junior PAULINE BRETT — Crestview Sophomore MARY KATHRYN BREWER— Blakely, Georgia Freshman SARA BREWER — Winter Haven Junior BARBARA BREWTON — Orlando Junior SARA BREWTON — Ponce de Leon Sophomore DOTTIE RUTH BRIDGES — Lake Wales Junior JOY BRIGHTON — West Palm Beach Freshman CAROLYN BRILES — Leesburg Sophomore BARBARA BRILL — Pensacola Junior FRED BRINKMAN — Tallahassee Junior JAMES BRODIE — Lake Mary Freshman FRANCES BROOKS — Tallahassee Freshman MARY CATHERINE BROWDER — Arcadia Junior BYRON H. BROWN — Lake Worth Sophomore CAROL ANNETTE BROWN — Coral Gables Freshman CYNTHIA BROWN — Jacksonville Freshman ELAINE BROWN — Tampa Freshman JANIE BROWN — Andalusia, Alabama Junior JOAN BROWN — Coral Gables Freshman MARY LEATHA BROWN — Macclenny Junior MARY LEE BROWN — Daytona Beach Freshman MARY LYN BROWN — Lakeland Freshman TRAVE L. BROWN — Jacksonville Junior BARBARA BROWNE — Miami Freshman DOROTHY BROWNING — Madison Freshman FRANKIE BROWNLEE— Jacksonville junior BARBARA ANN BRUCK — Jacksonville Freshman GEORGE B. BRUNER — Groceville Junior JERRI MAE BRYAN — Sarasota Sophomore EDITH BRYANT— Greenville, S. C Junior HAZEL MAE BRYANT — Winter Haven Sophomore JANIE BUGG — Daytona Beach Junior BARBARA BURKE — Miami Freshman EDNA BURKE — Miami Junior BARBARA ANN BURKS — Pensacola Freshman JANET BURROUGHS — Holly Hill Sophomore MILDRED BURROUGHS — Jacksonville Freshman SALLY BURTON — Miami Sophomore ALICE BUSH — Tallahassee Junior CAROLYN BUTLER— Leesburg Junior BARBARA BUTTERFIELD — St. Augustine Freshman CAROLYN JOYCE BUTTS — Delray Beach Freshman PEGGY JEAN BUTTS— Miami Freshman DON BUZZARD — Huntington Junior LOUIS CALDERONI — Tallahassee Sophomore DEWEY D. CALFEE— Niceville Freshman MARY CAROLYN CALHOUN — Tampa Sophomore BETTY DALE CALL I COTT— Perry Junior GLENNETTA LICHTY CAMFIELD— Walnut Hill Freshman HUGH CAMPBELL — Eustis Sophomore PETREA CAMPBELL — Pensacola Sophomore VIVIAN CAMPBELL — Tampa Freshman MILTON A. CAMPIONE — New Brunswick, N. J Sophomore Clowning around. The pause that refreshes. Canterbury Cantey Cantrell Carey, C, Carey, K, Carlton Carman Carnss, G. Carnes, J. Ca ro Carr Carson Carter, E. Carter, J. Carter, N. Carter, P. Carter, R. Carver Casey Casson Cato Cavallero, A. Cavallero, I. Caviness Cawthon Cederstrom Chaires Chance, M. Chance, S. Chancey Chandley Chapman, C. Chapman, R. Charlotte Chatham Childs Chrissinger Christ Ciccarello Clonton Clark, C. Clark, D. Clark, F. Clayton, A. Clayton, M. Cleare Clees Clifton Cochran Coleman Collins Collinsworth Combs Comer Commander Cone Conely Cooke Cooksey Cooiey Cooper, B. Cooper, P. Copeland, H. Copeland, V. Corbatt Cordell Cornwell Coulter Council Covington Cox Crabb Craig, Jan Craig, J. Crane Craven Crawford Cremota Crews Crickenberger ANGELINE CANTERBURY — Panama City Junior MARGARET CANTEY — Madison Freshman PATRICIA A. CANTRELL — Miami Sophomore CHARLES R. CAREY — Islamorada Sophomore KATHRYN CAREY— Williston Freshman CATHERINE CARLTON — Hawthorne Junior LYNDA CARMAN — Quincy Sophomore GEORGE F. CARNES — Tampa Freshman JOYCE CARNES — St. Cloud Freshman ANNE CARO — Pensacola Junior JEAN CARR — Lakeland Freshman JOAN CARSON — West Palm Beach Freshman EVELYN CARTER — Hollywood Sophomore jOY CARTER — Orlando junior NANCY CARTER — Daytona Beach Freshman PHYLLIS A. CARTER— West Palm Beach Junior ROY FREDERICK CARTER — Jacksonville Junior JUDITH CARVER — Branford Sophomore BILLIE CASEY — DeFuniak Springs Junior EMMA JO CASSON — Tampa Sophomore jETTA CATO — Bainbridge, Georgia Sophomore A. C. CAVALLERO — Jacksonville Freshman ILARIO LAWRENCE CAVALLARO— Jacksonville Sophomore CHARLINE CAVINESS — Ocala Freshman FRANCES CAWTHON— Tallahassee Junior JEANNE CEDERSTROM — Pensacola Sophomore JESSICA CHAIRES — Chaires Freshman MARY MARGARET CHANCE — Miami Sophomore SANDRA CHANCE — Winter Haven Sophomore JEAN CHANCEY — Daytona Beach Sophomore ANN CHANDLEY — Lake Wales Sophomore C. ELAINE CHAPMAN— Miami Freshman ROY ARNOLD CHAPMAN — Sarasota Sophomore PATSY CHARLOTTE — Tallahassee Junior JAMES CHATHAM— Port St. Joe Junior LESTER H. CHILDS— Niceville Sophomore JEAN CHRISSINGER — Leesburg Freshman ELIZABETH ANN CHRIST — Tampa Freshman JENNIE ' CICCARELLO — Tampa Junior KENNETH M. CLANTON — Jacksonville Junior I ' ve ALREADY added the sugar! CHARLES B. CLARK — St. Cloud, Minnesota Freshman DOLORES CLARK — Fort Myers Freshman FRANCES CLARK — Jacksonville Junior ANN CLAYTON — Tampa Junior MARY LEE CLAYTON — Tampa Sophomore CARLA CLEARE — Tampa Junior MARGERY JUNE CLEES — Arlington, Virginia Freshman NORMAN CLIFTON — Ocala Freshman LONA COCHRAN — Hollywood Freshman BETTYE COLEMAN — Clewiston Sophomore ANN COLLINS — Blakely, Georgia Freshman BARBARA JANE COLLI NSWORTH — Lake Park Freshman ELOISE COMBS — Miami Freshman PAT COMER — Daytona Beach Junior ALVA RAY COMMANDER — DeFuniak Springs Sophomore SUSAN CONE — Gainesville Freshman DAISY LOU CONELY — Tallahassee Freshman DOROTHY COOKE— Miami Freshman EDITH C. COOKSEY — Tallahassee Freshman NANCY COOLEY — Welaka Sophomore BETTY COOPER— Plant City Freshman PAT COOPER — Coral Gables Freshman HILDA JANE COPELAND— Jacksonville Junior VIRGINIA COPELAND — Miami Beach Freshman BETTY ANN CORBETT — Fernandina Freshman ALYNN CORDELL — Daytona Beach Junior JANE CORNWELL — Pensacola Freshman CHARIS COULTER — Tallahassee Freshman MARY ANN COUNCIL — Tampa Freshman CHARLOTTE COVINGTON — Panama City Freshman JOYCE COX — Perry Sophomore CAROLE CRABB — Lake City Sophomore JAN CRAIG — Ocala Freshman JEANIE CRAIG — Miami Sophomore ELSIE CRANE — Coral Gables Freshman DORIS ANN CRAVEN — Quincy Freshman BARBARA CRAWFORD — Bartow Sophomore V. Y. CREMATA— Key West Freshman JAMES M. CREWS — Ocala Sophomore MILDRED CRICKENBERGER — West Palm Beach Sophomore Croll Cromartie Cronmiller Cross Crouch Crownover Crutchfield Crum Cullum Cummins Dolafave Dolrymple Dolton Donahy Dorsey David, S. David, W. Davis, B. Davis, Carol Davis, C. Davis, L. Davis, M. Davis, P. ). Davis, P. Davis, 5. M. Davis, S. Dawson Deoson Decker, C. Deci er, J. Degnan Delaney DeLaunay Delgado Deloach DeMaritt DeMetree Devereaux Dewey Diamond DiCristafaro DiGisi Dillard Dinning Dolan, ). Dolan, W. Doll Dollor Donnelly Dooley Dorsey Dougherty Douglas Dowdy Downs Dozier Dreis Driver Duone Duck Ducker Dugger Duguiv Dunn-Rankin DuPree Durham Dye Eagleton Economos Edgrens Edmunds Edris Edwards, C. Edwards, D. Edwards, E. Edwards, J. Elder Elliott Ellis England, B. NANCY JANE CROLL — Hollywood Freshman BETTY JEAN CROMARTIE — Clearwater junior JEANNE CRONMILLER — Winter Haven Freshman JERRY W. CROSS — Okeechobee Sophomore JOY ELIZABETH CROUCH — Clewiston junior ANN CROWNOVER — Quincy Sophomore LEO CRUTCHFIELD — Tallahassee Junior ANN CRUM — Bartow Sophomore JEANNETTE E. CULLUM — Miami Freshman PAT CUMMINS — Tallahassee Freshman JAMES G. DALAFAVE — Bonifay junior WILLIAM DALRYMPLE— Bradenton Junior ANNE ELIZABETH DALTON — Tallahassee junior JOHN H. DANAHY — Lake Worth Freshman ELIZABETH A. DARSEY — Havana Junior SARA DAVID — Hollywood Sophomore WILLIAM M. DAVID — Hollywood Sophomore BOBBIE DAVIS — Pensacola Sophomore CAROL DAVIS — St. Petersburg Freshman CARYANN DAVIS — Miami Freshman LOUISE ANN DAVIS — Mobile, Alabama Freshman MARY WILL DAVIS — Jacksonville Freshman PATRICIA J. DAVIS — St. Augustine Sophomore PHIL DAVIS — Quincy Junior SARA MARGARET DAVIS — Greenwood Junior SUSAN DAVIS — Greenwood Junior LYNNE DAWSON — Pensacola Junior JANICE DEASON — East Point, Georgia Freshman CONNIE DECKER — Ft. Lauderdale Freshman JOAN IE DECKER — Daytona Beach Freshman DOLORES ANN DEGNAN — Kearney, New Jersey Freshman ADRIENNE DELANEY— Clearwater Freshman ROSEMARIE DeLAUNAY — Fort Myers Junior BARBARA DELGADO — Key West Freshman MARY ANN DELOACH — Tampa Sophomore BEATRICE DeMERITT— Key West Sophomore JULIETTE DEMETREE — Tallahassee Junior JAMES S. DEVEREAUX, JR. — Bartow Sophomore JOAN DEWEY — Pompano Beach Sophomore JOHN D. DIAMOND — Jacksonville Sophomore VIRGINIA DiCRISTAFARO — Miami Sophomore JOAN DiGISI — Ft. Lauderdale Sophomore CYNTHIA MARGIE DILLARD — Altha Freshman MARY DINNING — Jacksonville Freshman JOHN DOLAN — Havana Freshman WARREN DOLAN — Panama City Junior HILDEGARDE SUMMER DOLL— Chicago, Illinois Junior JOANNE DOLLAR — Tallahassee Freshman DAVID L. DONNELLY — Winter Park Freshman ROSEMARY DOOLEY — Cocoa Junior MARY ANN DORSEY— Gainesville junior MARY F. DOUGHERTY — Daytona Beach Freshman DOT DOUGLAS — Wildwood Junior LEONA DOWDY — High Springs Junior CHARLTON HAINES DOWNS. JR. — Sarasota Junior JOAN BLAIR DOZIER — Arcadia Freshman D. DAVID DREIS — Miami Freshman DELANO ELLEN DRIVER— Clearwater Freshman PATRICIA J. DUANE— Key West Sophomore MARY PRISCILLA DUCK — Green Cove Springs Freshman ROBERT L. DUCKER — Hollywood Junior IRIS DUGGER— Bristol junior DELORES DUGUIV — Jacksonville Freshman FAITH DUNN-RANKIN — Winter Park Freshman VIRGINIA DuPREE — Vero Beach Freshman JUDSON DURHAM — Jackronville Sophomore PHYLLIS E. DYE — Miami Freshman RALPH M. EAGLETON — Peoria, Illinois Sophomore CALLY ECONOMOS — Bradenton Freshman BARBARA EDGRENS — Miami junior MARIAN EDMUNDS — Daytona Beach junior WAYNE EDRIS — Marionno Freshman CAROLINE EDWARDS — Quincy Sophomore DAISY V. EDWARDS — Branford junior ETHEL MAY EDWARDS — Quincy Junior JOAN EDWARDS — Pensacola Freshman MARY ALICE ELDER — Port St. Joe Sophomore JEAN ELLIOTT — Miami Sophomore SARA ELLIS — St. Petersburg Junior BETTY ENGLAND— Pensacola Junior Queen Sally, Bob, and Court. El strums guitar for Garnet Key. England, H. English Esperdy Etchison Eubanks, A. Eubanks, P. Evans, E. Evans, Elno Evans, L. L. Evans, L. Fogan, L. Pagan, N. Fahle Fain Falligant Farmer Farrell Feddern Fenton Fernald Ferrell Fielding Fields, K. Fields, M. Fiison Finley Finson Firta Fischer Fitzgerald Folsom, E. Folsom, ). Folsom, P. Forbes Fort Fortner Fortune Fowler Frank Franklin, B. Franklin, E. Franks Fredrickson Free Fricke Friend Fry Fryer, B. Fryer, B. S. Galloway Gainor Gard Gardner Gardiner Garrett Garst Garwood Gaskin Gebouer Gee Geertz George Gerdeman Getford Gibson Gillahan Gillis Ginn Glass, J. Glass, Jo. Glaze Godbold Goddard Godwin Goff Goodbread Gotter Gould Graebner Graham HELEN ENGLAND — Pensacola Junior F. CARROLL ENGLISH — Ft. Myers Sophomore ANITA ESPERDY — Key West Sophomore JAYNE ETCHISON—Orlondo Junior ARDEN EUBANKS — Vero Beach Junior PAUL EUBANKS — Altha Freshman ELEANOR EVANS — Tampa Freshman ELNA EVANS — Pensacola Freshman LILLIAN LUCY EVANS — Niceville Junior LYNWOOD EVANS — Jacksonville Freshman LESLIE ANN FAGAN — Miami Sophomore NANCY LOU FAGAN — St. Augustine Freshman DOLLIE ELIZABETH FAHLE— Lakeland Freshman JOYCE FAIN — Edison, Georgia Freshman MARI ANN FALLIGANT — Tampa Sophomore HAROLD FARMER — Clermont Sophomore PAT FARRELL — Canton, Ohio Junior BARBARA FEDDERN — Lake Wales Sophomore ANNETTE FENTON — Pensacola Freshman THOMAS W. FERNALD, JR. —Winter Park Junior JULIET FERRELL — Orlando Freshman NELDA FIELDING — Umatilla Sophomore KAY FIELDS — Winter Haven Freshman MARY ANN FIELDS — Orlando Freshman PAT FILSON — Hollywood Freshman SUSAN VIRGINIA FINLEY— Jacksonville Sophomore JOAN FINSON — South Hampton, N. Y Freshman DOLORES FIRTA — Tallahassee Sophomore BETTE FISCHER — St. Petersburg Freshman SALLY FITZGERALD — Apalachicola Freshman EMMA JEAN FOLSOM — Madison Sophomore JEANETTE FOLSOM — Monticello Freshman PATRICIA FOLSOM — Orlando Sophomore ROY A. FORBES — Hilo, Hawaii Freshman BETTYE JO FORT— Lake Butler Junior DOROTHY FORTNER — Bradley Freshman JERRY S. FORTUNE— Laurel Hill Freshman BEVERLY FOWLER — St. Petersburg Sophomore SAM FRANK — Bradenton Sophomore BARBA ' RA FRANKLIN — Ocala Sophomore EDITH FRANKLIN — Jacksonville Sophomore CLAIRE FRANKS — Tampa Freshman EVELYN FREDRICKSON — Melbourne Sophomore SUE FREE — Pass-A-Grill Freshman SHIRLEY FRICKE — Ft. Walton Freshman NANCY FRIEND — Tempo Junior MARY HELENA FRY — Tampa Sophomore BARBARA FRYER — Jacksonville junior BETTY SUE FRYER — Jacksonville Sophomore MARY FAY GALLAWAY — Ponce de Leon Sophomore GAYNELLE GAINOR — Panama City Junior ELEANOR GARD — Tallahassee Freshman ANN GARDNER — St. Augustine Freshman JO GARDINER — Daytona Beach Sophomore MARTHA GARRETT — Fruitland Freshman RUTH IE GARST — Bradenton Junior ELIZABETH GARWOOD — Augusta, Georgia Freshman BETTY ANN GASKIN — Wewahitchka Junior ARDEN GEBAUER — Baker Freshman ANN GEE — Tallahassee Freshman CAROL BARBARA GEERTZ — St. Petersburg Sophomore DOROTHY GEORGE— Ocala Sophomore PAT GERDEMAN — St. Petersburg Junior DOROTHY FAYE GETFORD — Eustis Freshman PATSY GIBSON — West Palm Beach Freshman DOLORES GILLAHAN — St. Cloud Sophomore MARY JEAN GILLIS — DeFuniak Springs Sophomore FLORINE GINN — Clinton. S. C Sophomore JACQUELYN GLASS — Apalachicola Junior JOANN GLASS — St. Cloud Junior ANN GLAZE — Orlando Sophomore MARYTOM GODBOLD — Miami Sophomore JACQUELINE GODDARD — Winter Park Freshman DONALD H. GODWIN — Whigham, Georgia Junior DIANA M. GOFF — Pine Mount Freshman HARRIETT GOO DBREAD — Lake City Junior MARY ALICE GOTTER — St. Cloud Freshman JEAN GOULD — Cocoa junior NAIDA S. GRAEBNER — Warner Robins, Georgia Sophomore BETTY GRAHAM — Pensacola Freshman Gilchrist ' s winning dorm decoration. Clambake. Grant Gray, C. Gray, J. Gray, P. Green Greene Greiner Gregoire Gregory Grice Griffin, E. Griffin, V. Grossner Grubb Guard Gunnoe Gwynn Haag Hafling Haines Hainlin Hall, A. Hall, C. Hall, E. Hall, M. Hall, M. ). Hall, M. L, Hamilton Hampton Hamrick Hamrick, H. Hamrick, J. Hanks Hannahs Honzo Harding, E. Harding, K. Hardy, C. Hardy, J. Hargrove Horley Harmon Harper Harper Harrelson Harrington Harris, J. Harris, M. Harris, R Harrison, F Harrison, K Harrison, R Hart, J Hart, M Hortsfield, B Hartsfield, D Harvey, G. Harvey, M. Haskins Hatch Howes Hawkins Hoyden Haines Hoynie Head Hedges Heisner Heitzmon Helms, L. Helms, S. Helvey Hendren Henley Henriken Herndon, M. Herndon, P. Herring Herron Hess i 4e Un i j f uuai SALLIE GRANT — Orlando Junior CAROL GRAY — Orlando Junior JOHNNY GRAY— Pensacola Junior PATRICIA GRAY — Havana Sophomore CARROLL GREEN — Jacksonville Freshman JUNE GREENE — Wakulla Freshman VIRGINIA GREINER — Dundee Junior EDWINA ANNE GREGOIRE— Miami Freshman RAYMOND GREGORY — Havana Sophomore MARGIE GRICE — St. Augustine Freshman ETHEL WARREN GRIFFIN — Branford Junior VAN GRIFFIN — Pensacola Sophomore JOYCE GROSSER — Jacksonville Freshman JO ANNE GRUBB — Mt. Pleasant Junior JOAN GUARD — Atlanta, Georgia Freshman PAT GUNNOE — Tallahassee Junior MARY LEE GWYNN — Orlando Freshman JOYCE ANN HAAG — Bradenton Freshman JAMES M. HAFLING — Daytona Beach Freshman KAY ALYCE HAINES — Daytona Beach Freshman DAVID HAINLIN — Miami Junior ARTHUR B. HALL — Herndon, Kentucky Freshman CAROL HALL — Tampa Junior ELEANOR HALL — Tallahassee Freshman MARTHA ANN HALL — Palm Beach Junior MARY JO HALL — Bartow Junior MARY LOU HALL — Panama City Freshman HELEN HAMILTON — Jacksonville Freshman PATRICIA HAMPTON — Orlando Sophomore GAY HAMRICK — Tallahassee Junior HELEN HAMRICK— Jacksonville Freshman JANET HAMRICK — Tallahassee Freshman RALPH HANKS — Pensacola Junior ELAINE HANNAHS — Miami Junior MARY AGNES HANZO — Miami Sophomore EDWARD HARDING — Mt. Dora Sophomore KAY HARDING— Orlando Junior CHARLOTTE HARDY — West Palm Beach Freshman JAMES , HARDY — Newnon, Georgia Junior LUCY HARGRAVE — LaCross Sophomore ANN HARLEY — Miami Freshman CHARLES HARMON — Lake Worth Freshman DONNA LOU HARPER — Sanford Freshman SHIRLEY HARPER— West Palm Beach Freshman MARY LOU HARRELSON— Pierce Freshman GERRY HARRINGTON — Sarasota Junior JOE HARRIS — Memphis, Tennessee Freshman MARY MILDRED HARRIS— Quincy Freshman ROBERT L. HARRIS — St. Petersburg Freshman FLORA HARRISON — Century Sophomore KENNETH HARRISON — DeFuniak Springs Sophomore RALPH HARRISON— DeFuniak Freshman JOANETTE HART — Mayo Sophomore MARILYN HART — St. Petersburg Junior BOBBIE HARTSFIELD — Tallahassee Freshman DONALD I. HARTSFIELD— Tallahassee Freshman GRAHAM HARVEY— Port St. Joe Junior MARY ELIZABETH HARVEY — McClenny Freshman MARYZELL HASKINS— Havana Junior JEANETTE HATCH— Branford Freshman OLA HAWES — Tallahassee Sophomore MARY LOIS HAWKINS — Clewiston Sophomore SUE ANN HAYDEN— Fort Ogden Freshman BETTY HAINES — Zellwood Freshman BEULAH HAYNIE — Clearwater Junior BILLY HEAD — Tampa Sophomore KATHRYN FRANCES HEDGES— Melbourne Freshman CHARLES H. HEISNER — Panama City Sophomore JAMES HEITZMAN — St. Petersburg Junior LYNDA HELMS — Tampa Freshman SARAH JANE HELMS — Coral Gables Freshman JEANNE LEE HELVEY— Coral Gables Freshman ANNA HENDREN— Coral Gables Sophomore EVELYN HENLEY— Campbellton Sophomore GLORIA HENRIKEN — Apalachicolo Junior MYRTIS HERNDON — Miami Sophomore PATSY HERNDON — Tallahassee Freshman BARBARA HERRING — Tallahassee Freshman BETTY LEE HERRON — Orlando Freshman BILL HESS — St. Petersburg Junior Legislators gather. Brains at work ■1 Hicks, 6 Hicks, C Hicks, D Hicks, H Hicks, J Hicks, M Hicks, R Higgins Highsmith Hildman Hill, J. Hill, M. Hill, M. E Hinson Hinton Hoadley Hogin Holland Hollander Hollowcy Holmes, C. Holmes, F. Holmes, R. Holton, E. Hglton, M. Hood Hoover Hopkins Hopper Horrox Horton Hough Howard, G. Howard, |. Howard, M. Howie Hudson, J. Hudson, R. Hughes Hull Humphries Humphrys Hurst Hutto, D. Hutto, |. Iderstine Immerman Ingolls Ingram Irvine I verson Jackobson Jackson, F. Jackson, G. Jackson, N. Jacobs James, C. James, E. Jeffords Jenkins, B. Jenkins, K. Jennings Jewett Jindra Jiretz Johns Johnson, B. J. Johnson, B. L. Johnson, C. Johnson, D. Johnson, D. K. Johnson, D. A. Johnson, D. Johnson, I. Johnson, J. Johnson, J. M. Johnson, J. L. Johnson, M. Johnson, M. E. Johnson, R. BOB H. HICKS — Sarasota Sophomore CAROLYN HICKS — Perry Freshman DOLORES HICKS — Westville Sophomore HELEN HICKS — DeFuniak Springs Freshman JOYCE HICKS — Westville Freshman MYRA HICKS — Dade City Sophomore RALPH HICKS — Pensacola Sophomore JOAN HIGGINS — Haines City Freshman JOAN HIGHSMITH — New Smyrna Beach Freshmen LEE K. HILDMAN — Oneco Sophomore J. HARVEY HILL — Tallahassee Junior MARGERY C. HILL— Old Town Sophomore MARY EVELYN HILL— Wildwood Freshman JEAN HINSON — Sneeds Sophomore JOAN HINTON — Jasper Freshman MARGARET HOADLEY — Dunedin Junior SHIRLEY HOGIN — Ocala Freshman BETTY HOLLAND — Pensacola Junior ROBERTA HOLLANDER — Balboa, Canal Zone Sophomore VICTOR HOLLOWAY — Pensacola Junior CAROL RUTH HOLMES — St. Cloud Sophomore FLORENCE E. HOLMES — Artesia Sophomore ROSE HOLMES — Dublin, Georgia Junior E. O. HOLTON — St. Augustine Junior MARY KATHERINE HOLTON — Madison Freshman JAMIE JO HOOD — Jacksonville Freshman FRED W. HOOVER — Jacksonville Junior JEAN HOPKINS — Miami Junior NANCY HOPPER — Cedar Grove, New Jersey Sophomore MARGARET HORROX — Lake Wales Sophomore JANE HORTON — Tallahassee Freshman JOAN HOUGH — Fort Myers Junior GENIE HOWARD — Panama City Sophomore JOHN HOWARD — Ft. Lauderdale Freshman MIRIAM ROSE HOWARD — Bartow Freshman CHARLOTTE HOWIE — New Smyrna Sophomore JAMES HUDSON — Sarasota Freshman ROBERT HUDSON — Haines City Junior CORALISS HUGHES — Ft. Lauderdale Freshman JANELLE HULL — Jacksonville Freshman STANLEY HUMPHRIES — Leesburg Sophomore SUE HUMPHRYS — Fort Pierce Freshman JULE HURST — Camilla, Georgia Freshman DOYLE H. HUTTO — Plant City Sophomore JO ANN HUTTO — Tallahassee Freshman ALIDA VAN IDERSTINE — Lake City Freshman FRANCES IMMERMAN — Miami Freshman PAT I NGALLS — Vero Beach Freshman MARJORIE FRANCES INGRAM— Tampa Freshman ANNIE CLAIRE IRVINE — Orlando Junior JEWEL IVERSON — Orlando Freshman ALYSE JACKOBSON — Bradenton Junior FRANCES JACKSON — Ponce de Leon Freshman GAIL JACKSON — Pensacola Freshman NANCY JACKSON— Orlando Freshman BILL JACOBS — Tallahassee Freshman CHARLES L. JAMES — Tallahassee Freshman EDWARD JAMES — Miami Junior JEANNINE JEFFORDS — Palatka Freshman BETTY JO JENKINS — Clermont Junior KAY JENKINS — Miami Freshman LAVERNE JENNINGS — Jacksonville Sophomore JOAN CLARA JEWETT — Savannah, Georgia Junior JAMES JINDRA — Buffalo, New York Sophomore DOROTHY JIRETZ — Tampa Junior KENNETH JOHNS — Starke Freshman BETTY JACK JOHNSON — Alva Sophomore BOBBY LEE JOHNSON— Tall ahassee Freshman CAROLYN JOHNSON — Quincy Freshman DAGMAR JOHNSON — Lakeland Junior DORIS K, JOHNSON — Selma, Alabama Junior DOROTHY JOHNSON— Orlando Freshman DOLE JOHNSON — Eustis Sophomore IRIS JOHNSON — Quincy Sophomore JANIE DONNA JOHNSON — Green Cove Springs Freshman JOHN MARVIN JOHNSON, JR.— Tallahassee Freshman JUDY JOHNSON — Miami Freshman MADELINE JOHNSON — Tallahassee Freshman MARGARET ELLEN JOHNSON — Miami Sophomore RUTH ADELL JOHNSON— Bruce Freshman Raising the colors. Johnson, T. Johnson, W, Johnson, Y. Joiner Joines Jones, A. Jones, B. Jones, J. Jones, L, Jones, M. Jones, N. L. Jones, N. Jones, R. G. Jones, R. C. Jones, V. Jones, W. Jopiing Jordan Joyce Koyse Keaton Keen, M. Keen, S. Keirstecd Keller, A, Kell er, J. Kelley Kelly Kelsey Kendall Kennedy, D. Kennedy, F. Kennedy, J. Kenyon Kerr Ketcham Key Kickliter Kilgore Kimbrel King, J. King, K. Kinnaird Klotz Knaub Knight Knuckey KovQJik Krasemann Kratz Kurros Labenski Ladd Laird Lamb, J. Lamb, W. Lambert Lancaster Land Landahl Lane Lang Longley Lanier Lapp Latimer LOW Lawrence Leander Learie Lee, D. Lee, F. Lee, Y. Leicht Leinback Leonard LeRoy Leslie LeVay Lewis, E. i1 l ' iH j 4f€Uuai TOM JOHNSON — Tallahassee Freshman WALTER JOHNSON — Cocoa Sophomore YVONNE EILEEN JOHNSON — Pensacclc Sophomore MARY FRANCES JOINER — Wauchula Freshman ROBERT D. JOINES — Winter Haven Freshman ALICE JONES — Miami Sophomore BARBARA JONES — Balboa, Canal Zone Freshman JEAN MARIE JONES — Palatka Sophomore LLOYD JONES — Mayo Sophomore MINNIE FRANCES JONES — Punta Gorda Sophomore NANCY L. JONES — Dunedin Junior NICKI JONES — Canal Point Junior RAY G. JONES, JR. — Dalton, Georgia junior RUBY C. JONES — Tallahassee Junior VELMA JONES — Chattahoochee Sophomore WAGMON JONES, JR. — Winter Garden Freshman NELL JOPLING — Jacksonville Freshman MUSIDORE JORDAN — Thomasville, Georgia Sophomore NANCY JOYCE — Tallahassee Freshman KAY KAYSE — Winter Haven Freshman JACKIE KEATON — Colquitt, Georgia Sophomore MARY LESLIE KEEN — Tallahassee Junior STEWART KEEN — Mavisdale Freshman JUNE KEIRSTEAD — Tampa Junior AUDREY KELLER— Tampa Junior JEAN KELLER — Foley Junior PHILLIP R. KELLEY— Clearwater Sophomore MILDRED KELLY — East Point, Georgia Junior AN I BEL KELSEY — Avon Park Sophomore MICKEY KENDALL — DeLand Sophomore DELORES KENNEDY — St. Augustine Sophomore FAUSTELLE KENNEDY — Orlando Junior JEAN KENNEDY— Miami Freshman CLAIRE KENYON — Jacksonville Sophomore FRANLIN VERON KERR — Tampa Sophomore ADRIAN KETCHAM — Tallahassee Junior HAZEL ANN KEY — Baxley, Georgia Sophomore RAY KICKLITER — Tampa Freshman NANCY CAROLYN KILGORE — St. Petersburg Freshman MARJORIE KIMBREL — Tallahassee Freshman JUANITA PEARL KING — Tampa Sophomore KAY KING — Tallahassee Freshman MARTHA JEAN KINNAIRD — Miami Junior MARY LOU KLOTZ — Miami Sophomore SHEILAH ZELANE KNAUB — Tampa Sophomore SALLY KNIGHT — DeLand Sophomore NORMA EUGENE KNUCKEY — St. Petersburg Freshman ROSANNE KOVALIK — Bradenton Freshman MARGARET KRASEMANN — Tallahassee Junior KATHRINE KRATZ — Tallahassee Sophomore HERBERT LEWIS KURRAS— Mt. Dora Sophomore CAROL FRANCIS LABENSKI — New London, Conn Sophomore JAY LOUIS LADD — Miami Junior MARGARET LAIRD — Tallahassee Junior JEAN LAMB — Jacksonville Freshman WILLIAM CARROLL LAMB — Madison Junior BEATRICE (SKIPPER) LAMBERT — St. Petersburg Junior CLELIA LANCASTER— Miami Junior JOAN LAND — Pensacola Sophomore ELIZABETH LANDAHL — Miami Junior MARILYN LANE — Jacksonville Freshman DAVID LANG, JR. — Tallahassee Sophomore JOYCE ELAINE LANGLEY — Chattahoochee Sophomore SUE LANIER — Daytona Beach Sophomore RICHARD A. LAPP — Edgewater Junior LYN LATIMER — Jacksonville Sophomore JO CAROL LAW — Brooksville Freshman NELLIE LAWRENCE — Panama City Sophomore KAY LEANDER — Miami Junior JAMES K. LEAR IE — Givsonton Freshman DAVID LEE — Tallahassee Freshman FLORENCE ELIZABETH LEE— Clearwater Junior YVONNE LEE — Miami Junior ROBERT LEICHT — Ormond Freshman ANN LEINBACK — St. Petersburg Sophomore KEY LEONARD — Allentown Sophomore JOANNE LeROY — Jacksonville Junior DOROTHY LESLIE — Miami Freshman HAROLD LeVAY — New York, New York Freshman ELAINE LEWIS — Cottondale Freshman What a bore! What did I do to deserve this? Lewis, S. Leynes Limbaugh Lipthrort Long Longbotlom Lopez Lorch Lore Lorimier Loshbough Louthan Love 1 1 Lowe Loy, V. A. Loy, G. Lucas Lund Lundy Lunsford Lydey Lynch Lyon Mabry MocGillivroy Moguire Meier Mandese Manning Mansfield Mopes Marini Marraine Morse Marsh Martin, G. Martin, M. G. Martin, M. E. Martin, P. Mortinelli Marz Mason Massie Mattair Mauch Mauldin Mayer Mayhew Moynare, H. Maynord, S. Mayo McAfee McBride McCall McClamma McClell and McClung McConnell McCubbin McCullough McCurdy McDaniel McDoniels McDearmid McDonald McDonell McDowell McFarlond McGill McGirr McGuire McHale Mcintosh McKenzie McKeown McKinney McKneely McLain McMillan McMullen SKIP LEWIS — Canton, Ohio Freshman BUDDY LEYNES — Tallahassee Sophomore NELL LIMBAUGH — Alva Freshman BEVERLY LIPTHROTT — Orlando Freshman JOE LONG — Winter Haven Sophomore LYNN LONGBOTTOM — Avon Park Freshman JOHN LOPEZ — Tampa Sophomore FRANK A. LORCH — Miami Sophomore BEVERLY LORE — Lake Worth Freshman PAT LORIMIER — Jacksonville Sophomore MYRA LOSHBOUGH — Clermont Freshman MARY ALBERTA LOUTH AN — Okeechobee Sophomore SONl A LOVELL — Ocala Freshman NANCY LOWE — Miami Freshman VIRGINIA ALLEN LOY — Eustis Sophomore GWEN LOY — Vero Beach Freshman SUSAN LUCAS — Jacksonville Freshman SANDRA LUND — Daytono Beach Freshman VIRGINIA JO-ANNE LUNDY — St. Petersburg Junior BERNICE LUNSFORD — Leary, Georgia Freshman E. MARLENE LYDEY — Lakeland Freshman LEILA LYNCH — St. Petersburg Sophomore PATRICIA LYON — Louisville, Kentucky Junior JOAN MABRY — Plant City Freshman ROSELYN FERN MacGILLIVRAY — Jacksonville Junior JEAN MAGUIRE — Miami Sophomore RALPH MAIER — Venice Sophomore VIOLET MANDESE — Tampa Junior LUCRETIA MANNING — Floralo, Alabama Junior HELEN ALINE MANSFIELD — St. Petersburg Sophomore LORNA LEE MAPES — Arcadia Freshman SYLVIA MARINI— Fort Lauderdale Junior lONE A. MARRAINE — Monticello Freshman HUGH EDWARD MARSE — DeFuniak Springs Freshman JACKIE MARSH — Quincy Junior GRADY MARTIN — Jacksonville Junior MARION GRACE MARTIN — Winter Haven Sophomore MARY ELLEN MARTIN — Miami Freshman PATTY MARTI N — Miami Sophomore CHRISTINE MARTINELLI — Miami Freshman JANYCE M. MARZ — Orlando Freshman KATHERINE MASON — Tallahassee Sophomore NORMAN T. MASSIE — Clearwater Sophomore LaMARION MATTAIR — Perry Sophomore LIBBY MAUCH — Miami Freshman BOB MAULDIN — Birmingham, Alabama Junior NANCY MAYER — Pensacola Freshman NANCY MAYHEW — Tallahassee Junior HARRIET MAYNARD — Monticello Sophomore SALLY MAYNARD — Demopolis, Alabama Junior MARY ANN MAYO — Jacksonville Junior NANCY McAfee — Tampa Sophomore ANN McBRIDE — Lake City Freshman PATRICIA McCALL — Jasper Sophomore FRANCES McCLAMMA — Wewahitchka Junior GERALD McClelland — Leesburg Sophomore MARY WANDA McCLUNG — West Palm Beach Sophomore RONALD (TEXI McCONNELL — Fort Worth, Texas Junior BARBARA McCUBBIN — Hastings Sophomore MARIE McCULLOUGH— Madison Junior ANNE McCURDY— Miami Junior CHARLES E. McDANIEL — Freeport Sophomore MARJORIE ELLEN McDANIELS—Walnut Hill Junior BETTY McDEARMID — Quincy Freshman RODNEY McDonald — Tallahassee Sophomore MARY BETH McDONELL — High Springs Freshman SARAH ANNETTE McDOWELL — Fruitland Park Junior MARY ANN McFARLAND — Port St. Joe Freshman JUNE McGILL — Geneva Sophomore ELOISE McGIRR — Pensacola Freshman STELLA JANE McGUIRE — Pensacola Junior IMOGENE McHALE — St. Petersburg Junior BERT MclNTOSH — Tallahassee Sophomore ROBERT GAY McKENZIE — Panama City Junior JAMES L. McKEOWN — Quincy Sophomore MARION RUTH McKINNEY— Panama City Freshman JANE McKNEELY — Griffin, Georgia Freshman NANNETTE McLAIN — Tampa Sophomore JUNE McMillan — Miami Sophomore TOMMY D. McMULLEN — Samoset Junior Where ' s Georgie? And one for you McNab McNatt McPherson McWherter Meadows Medlin Meide Melson Melton Meredith Merlin Merrill Merritt Metz Metzger Meyer Michael, B. Michael, M. Mickler, D. Mickler, M. Middleton Mikesell Miles Milford Miller, B. Miller, M. Miller, R. Miller, V. Miller, M. Milligan Mills Millvvard Moon Moore, C Moore, ) Moore, ). A Moore, P Moore, Q Moorer Moreland Morgan, B Morgan, ) Morgan, S Morris, J Morris, F Morris, M Morrison, ) Morrison, J. F Morrison, M. Mo-row Moser Mosley Mullins Munroe, A. Munroe, B. Munt Murphy, D. Murphy, M, Musselman Mynihan Nobi Nash Neal Neighbors Nelms Nelson Nesper Newberry Newsom Newsome Nicholson Nobles Norman Norris Northrup Norton Nowlin Nunez O ' Brien Odom LYNN McNAB — Tampa Freshman MARY McNATT — Fort Lauderdale Freshman BOBBIE Mcpherson — Zephyrhllls Sophomore NATHETTA McWHERTER — Miami Sophomore BARBARA RUTH MEADOWS— Holly Hill Freshman JOAN MEDLIN — St. Augustine Freshman MARION MEIDE — Jacksonville Freshman BETH MELSON — Jacksonville Sophomore VIRGIE MELTON — DeLand Freshman PAT MEREDITH — Daytona Beach Freshman JANE MERLIN — Tampa Sophomore VIRGINIA LOUIS MERRILL — Dozier, Alabama Junior FRANCES J. MERRITT — West Palm Beach Sophomore BARBARA ANN METZ — Apopka Sophomore BARBARA METZGER — Pensacola Freshman JERRY MEYER — Atlanta, Georgia Freshman BARBARA MICHAEL — Friendship Sophomore MARY GRAY MICHAEL — Sanford Sophomore DOOGIE MICKLER — Pompano Sophomore MABLE MICKLER — O ' Brien Sophomore IDA MARCIA MIDDLETON — Blakely, Georgia Junior JOAN MIKESELL — St. Petersburg Freshman RUTH ANN MILES — Miami Freshman CHARLIE MILFORD — Madison Sophomore BETTY jO MILLER — Tampa Freshman MARY ELIZABETH MILLER — Wauchula Freshman REBA FAY MILLER — DeFuniak Springs Sophomore VIRGINIA MILLER — St. Petersburg Junior MARILYN ANN MILLER — Wabasso, Fla Freshman CLARA JO MILLIGAN — Crestview Junior FRANCES M. MILLS — Macclenny Freshman JAMES MILLWARD — Wellesley, Mass Freshman JO ANNE MOON— Tallahassee Junior CAROLYN MOORE — Tarpon Springs Junior JOANNE MOORE — Tampa Sophomore JULIA ANN MOORE — Sarasota Junior PEGGY MOORE — Sarasota Junior QUINTON MOORE — Tallahassee Freshman JOSEPH ' RICHARD MOORER — Orangeburg, S. C Freshman JANICE CAROLYN MORELAND — Winter Haven Junior BEVERLY ANN MORGAN— Rio de Janeiro, Brozil Freshman JUNE MORGAN — St. Petersburg Junior SELMA ISABELLE MORGAN — Lake Wales Freshman JACKIE MORRIS — Quincy Junior FAY MORR IS — Pensacola Freshman MARCIA MORRIS — Jacksonville Sophomore JACKIE MORRISON — Clermont Sophomore JAMES F. MORRISON — Mulberry Freshman MARINEL MORRISON — Sarasota Junior KATHERINE MORROW — Tampa Sophomore PATSY MOSER — Hollywood Freshman BETTY MOSLEY — Century Junior BETTY LEA MULLINS — Winter Park Freshman ANN MUNROE — Jacksonville Junior BETTY ANN MUNROE— Tallahassee Freshman NANCY RAE MUNT — West Palm Beach Freshman DINAH LEE MURPHY — Auburndale Freshman MARY ANN MURPHY — Brooksville Freshman VIRGINIA MUSSELMAN — Tampa Junior JOAN ELIZABETH MYNIHAN — Jacksonville Freshman GENE NABI — Jacksonville Junior MARGARET NASH — Miami Sophomore PATSY NEAL — Tallahassee Freshman CHARLOTTE NEIGHBORS — Eustis Sophomore D. C. NELMS — Belle Glade Sophomore JOANNE NELSON — Miami Junior PAT NESPER — Miami Freshman VALDA NEWBERRY — Bainbridge, Georgia Freshman LUCY NEWSOM — Williston Freshman J. ROBERT NEWSOME— Ocola Freshman BRIAN NICHOLSON — Pensacola Freshman MARTHA MAE NOBLES — Pensacola Sophomore MARJORY FAYE NORMAN — Tallahassee Freshman VIRGINIA NORRIS — Avon Park Sophomore JEAN NORTHRUP — St. Petersburg Sophomore JULIE NORTON — Tampa Freshman KLYNE DAVID NOWLIN — Daytona Beach Sophomore MARION ELEANOR NUNEZ — Nichols Junior PATRICIA O ' BRIEN — Jacksonville Freshman ALLENE ODOM — Bartow Freshman Student nurse gains experience. Ogden O ' Grady Oliver, A. Oliver, K. O ' Neal Osburne Outlaw Overstreet Owens, J. Owens, M. P. Pace, D. Pace. E. Pocetti Padgett Pofford Page, E. Page, I. Paige Palermo Palmer, D. Palmer, E. Paniello Parham Paris Parker, E. Parker, F. Parker, ). Parker, N. Parkhurst Parkman Parrish, G. Parrish, M. Partin Pasternak Patrick Patronis Patterson Peacock Peoden Peorce Pearson Pearson, Jo. Peddle Peel Pendleton Penman Perkins Peter Peters Peterson Pettigrew Phelps Phillips, A. Phillips, D. Phillips, V. Pierce Pinkstc Pipk PipP ' Pittmai. Piatt Plotts Poe Ponder Pope, A. Pope, E. Porch Porter Potter, P. A. Potter, P. Potts Powell, F. Powell, ). L. Powell, J. E. Powell, J. Powell, L. Powers Prater Presnell Price, J. EUGENIA OGDEN — Winter Haven Freshman SHEILA O ' GRADY — St. Petersburg Sophomore AUDREY OLIVER — Madison Sophomore KATHERINE OLIVER — Jacksonville Sophomore FRANCES G. O ' NEAL — Ocola Sophomore JANET ANNE OSBURNE — Eustis Freshman PHYLLIS OUTLAW — Westview Sophomore TOM OVERSTREET — Tallahassee Freshman JOANNE OWENS — Pensacola Freshman MALCOLM P. OWENS — Seville Sophomore DOROTHY PACE — Jacksonville Freshman EMILY PACE — Brewster Freshman HENRIETTA PACETTI — Lake Worth Freshman i AY PADGETT — Westville Sophomore BILL PAFFORD — Jennings Sophomore EDNA PAGE — Jacksonville Junior IVEY JEAN PAGE — Callahan Junior SALLY JOANNE PAIGE — Coral Gables Sophomore ELIZABETH PALERMO — Tampa Sophomore DICK PALMER — St. Petersburg Freshman ELIZABETH PALMER — Lutz junior AMALIA T. PANIELLO — Attapulgus Junior MARGARET JEAN PARHAM — Orlando Sophomore JOAN PARIS — Jacksonville Freshman E. CECILE PARKER — New Smyrna Beach Sophomore FRANCES PARKER — Maitland Sophomore JERRY LEE PARKER — Crestview Sophomore NANCY PARKER — Arcadia Junior PARKY PARKHURST — Marathon, Fla Freshman JANE PARKMAN — Chattahoochee Sophomore GLORIA DIANNE PARRISH— Tallahassee Freshman MARILYN PARRISH — Laurel Hill Freshman DORIS PARTIN — Sanford Sophomore ALLEN PASTERNAK — Miami Beach Freshman KATHRYN PATRICK — Sneeds Junior JIMMY T. PATRON IS — Tallahassee Junior AMELIA PATTERSON — West Palm Beach Freshman ALICE PEACOCK — Jacksonville Junior DOROTHY M. PEADEN — Trenton Sophomore JOE PEARCE — Poplar Bluff, Mo Freshman JACKIE PEARSON — Jacksonville Junior JOAN PEARSON — Miami Junior DOROTHY PEDDIE — Apolachicola Junior BOBBIE PEEL — Graceville junior VIRGINIA PENDLETON — Jacksonville Freshman JACKI PENMAN — Miami Sophomore THOMAS E. PERKINS III — Tallahassee Sophomore PATSY PETER — Orlando Sophomore PEARLINE PETERS— Stuart Junior CAROLE ANN PETERSON — Coral Gables Sophomore PATRICIA PETTIGREW — Tallahassee Freshman JOANNE PHELPS — Tampa junior ANN MARIE PHILLIPS — Pensacola Freshman DIANN PHILLIPS — Orlando Freshman VIRGINIA PHILLIPS — West Palm Beach Freshman BETTY ANN PIERCE — Arcadia Junior LELL PINKSTON — Mt. Dora Junior EDWARD L. PIPKIN — Tallahassee Junior ANN PIPPIN — Albany, Georgia Junior BERTIE PITTMAN — Quincy Sophomore DODIE PLATT — Dade City Freshman PHYLLIS PLATTS— Fort Pierce Sophomore JOANNE POE — Oklahoma City, Okia Freshman PHILLIP PONDER— Ocala Freshman ADRIENNE POPE — Winter Haven Freshman EDITH LYVONNE POPE — Monticello Junior CHARLES E. PORCH — Quincy Sophomore THERESA ANN PORTER—Jacksonville Junior PATRICIA ANN POTTER — Tampa Freshman PATSY POTTER — Chipley Sophomore MARJORIE POTTS — Miami Sophomore FRANCES POWELL — Panama City Freshman J IMMY L. POWELL— Sanford Sophomore JOAN ELAINE POWELL — Miami Junior JOSEPHINE POWELL — Hollywood Sophomore LAMAR POWELL — West Palm Beach Junior MARGARET POWERS — Orlando Junior NORMA JEAN PRATER — Jacksonville Sophomore SADIE PRESNELL — Panama City Freshman JACKIE PRICE — Tallahassee Freshman And I says to Harry . Gathering of the plutocrats Price, N. Prime Psoitis Puckett Race Rainey, C. Rainey, N. Ramsey Rawls, C. Rawls, ). Ray, B. Ray, S. Raymond Read Ream Rector Reed Reeder Reece, E. Reece, N. Reeves Register Reitsma Renninger Repine Richards Richardson, A. Richardson, F. Ricker Ricks Ridell Risley Robbins Roberts, B. Roberts, G. Robertson Robidoux Robinson Roche Rodes, M. Rodes, M. L. Rogero Rogers, L. Rohme Rollins Rooney Roseborough Rotherham Royce Roys Rudin Rumbley Ruth Rutherford Rusgoitis Russ Russell, V. Russell, F. Rutz Ryols Sanchez Sanders, ). Sanders, M. Sanders, R, E. Sanford Sopp, R. B. Sopp, J. M. Sapp, J. Sawyer Saxon Scarbrough, B. A, Scarbrough, ). A. Schatzmer Schock Schuchart Schumoker Schumpert Schunck Schuneman Schwarzman Scott, E. Scott, J. Scott, H. Scott, M. E. Scott, M. A. Searight Selby Sellers NANCENE PRICE — Lake Worth Freshman ROSEMARY PRIME — Daytona Beach Junior TOM PSALTIS — Pensacola junior SHIRLEY ANN PUCKETT — Tampa Freshman GINA RACE — Cedar Rapids, Iowa Sophomore CAROLYN RAINEY — Fort Myers Sophomore NANCY RAINEY—Monticello Freshman HARRIETTE ELIZABETH RAMSEY— Tampa Freshman COLLEEN RAWLS — Palmetto Sophomore JANET KATHLEEN RAWLS — Jacksonville Sophomore BETTYE ANN RAY — Mt. Dora Freshman SUZANNE RAY — Braintree, Massachusetts Junior JERRY RAYMOND — Tallahassee Freshman CAROLYN READ — St. Petersburg Freshman CHARLOTTE REAM — Coral Gables Freshman EMILY JANE RECTOR — Jacksonville Junior SYLVIA ANN REED — Sarasota Freshman MARGARET REEDER— Welaka Sophomore ELIZABETH REECE — Tampa Sophomore NATALIE COOPER REECE — Arcadia Sophomore JANE REEVES — Sylvester, Georgia Junior MILDRED REGISTER — Madison Sophomore BOBBIE REITSMA — Miami Freshman NANCY RENNINGER — Miami Junior LOIS REPINE — Sarasota Freshman LOUISE HAZEL RICHARDS— Jacksonville Junior ANITA RICHARDSON — Clareone Freshman FRANCES ANN RICHARDSON — La Ceiba, Honduras. . .Sophomore MADELYN RIEKER — Jack-onville Freshman NANCY RICKS — Tallahassee Sophomore ANNE R I DELL — Fort Lauderdale Freshman FLOYD S. RISLEY— Mt. Dora Sophomore JOAN ROBBINS — Panama City Junior BARBARA ROBERTS — Donalsonville, Georgia Freshman GERALDINE ROBERTS — Jacksonville Freshman JOAN ROBERTSON — Gainesville Sophomore ANNE MARIE ROBIDOUX — Pensacola Freshman GRACE VIRGINIA ROBINSON — Chattanooga, Tenn Junior TANYA ROCHE — Jacksonville Beach Junior MARCIA RODES — DeLand Sophomore MARILYN RODES — DeLand Sophomore THOMAS T. ROGERO — San Mateo Junior LAURA NELL ROGERS — Laurel Hill Sophomore JEAN ROHME — Riviera Beach Freshman DAWN ROLLINS — Miami Sophomore JOHN N. ROONEY — Wauchula Freshman MARIAN ROSEBOROUGH— Mt. Dora Freshman MURIEL ROTHERHAM — Revere. Mass Sophomore WILLIAM ROYCE — Eustis Freshman DOLORES ROYS — Ft. Myers Freshman BARBARA RUDIN — Bayard Freshman FRANCES RUMBLEY — Sanford Sophomore BARBARA RUTH — Cross City Junior JEANNE RUTHERFORD — Panama City Freshman VICTOR RUSGAITIS — Waterbury, Conn Freshman WALTER BEN RUSS — Malone Junior VIRGINIA RAND RUSSELL — Key West Sophomore F. PATRICIA RUSSELL — Key West Junior ELIZABETH RUTZ — Miami Freshman BOB RYALS — Palatka Junior JACKIE SANCHEZ — Key West Freshman JACKIE SANDERS — Tallahassee Sophomore MARTHA SANDERS — Havana Sophomore RONALD E. SANDERS — Pensacola Sophomore VIRGINIA SANFORD — Apopka Sophomore ROBERT BRUCE SAPP, JR.— Cottondale Junior JACK M. SAPP — New Smyrna Beach Sophomore JANE SAPP — Jasper Junior ROSEMARY SAWYER- Gainesville Freshman SUE SAXON — Brooksville Junior BARBARA H. SCARBROUGH— St. Petersburg Freshman JULIA ANN SCARBROUGH— Chattahoochee Junior GRACE ELGIN SCHATZMER— St. Cloud Freshman SUE SCHOCK — Winter Haven Sophomore PEGGY SCHUCHART— Tallahassee Freshman BARBARA SCHUMAKER — Sebring Sophomore TONY SCHUMPERT— Ocoee Junior MARCIA SCHUNCK — Orlando Freshman CARYL ANN SCHUNEMAN— Atlanta, Georgia Junior JAY SCHWARTZMAN — Miami Sophomore ELEANOR SCOTT — Winter Haven Sophomore JANE SCOTT — Orlando Sophomore HELEN SCOTT — Live Oak Sophomore MARGARET ELIZABETH SCOTT — Miami Sophomore MARTHA ANN SCOTT — Arcadia Freshman MARILYNNE SEARIGHT — Central Hershey, Cuba Freshman JOHN SELBY — St. Petersburg Sophomore MARY ELLEN SELLARS— Panama City Junior Typical sorority gals?? 0-o-o-oh, Santa! Sellers Serros Sessions Shaw, N. C. Shaw, P. Shearouse Sheffield, A. Sheffield, A. H. Sheppard Shepard Sheridan Shiver Shoenberger Shrine Shuler, A. Shuler, B. Shurtleff Sikes Silcox Silver Simkins Simms Simonton Simpson, J. Simpson, M. Simpson, S. R. Skipper, B. Skipper, |. Slater Slovens Small Smith, B. Smith, B. L Smith, E. Smith, G. A., Smith, H. L. Smith, ). M. Smith, J. Smith, J. L. Smith, M. Smith, M. A, Smith, M. M. Smith, M. Smith, N. Smith, R. Smith, V. Smoak Snapp Snell Snyder Solomon Soroparu Sossoman Southard Sowell Sparks Spear Spears Spencer, A. Spencer, M., Sperry Srygley Stancik Standish Stanfill Starbird Starbuck Stark Staton Stebbins Stein Stephens, C. P. Stephens, D. Stephens, H. Stephens, M. Stephens, N. A. Stewart, J, Stewart, J. C. Stewart, M. Stokes, F. B, Stokes, I. E. Strange Strotiff Strickland, A. F. Strickland, E. Stroup Struth Sturgis il ce T M i f i cua HARVEY SELLERS — Haines City Sophomore ROBERT N. SERROS — Orlando Junior ANDREA SESSIONS — Tallahassee Junior NANCY CAROLYN SHAW — St. Petersburg Sophomore PAT SHAW — Miami junior JEAN SHEAROUSE — Orlando Freshman ANN SHEFFIELD — West Palm Beach junior ANDREW HOWARD SHEFFIELD — Panama City Freshman JANE SHEPPARD — St. Petersburg Freshman JANE SHEPARD — Mt. Pleasant junior SHIRLEY SHERIDAN — Atlanta, Georgia Freshman ELIZABETH ANN SHIVER — Panama City Sophomore RICHARD SCHOENBERGER — Hallandale Sophomore LOU SHRINE — Miami Freshman ALFRED SHULER — Apalachicola Freshman BARBARA SHULER — Homestead Freshman ARLINE ANN SHURTLEFF — Gibsonton Sophomore ALLAN E. SIKES — Brandon junior J. W. SILCOX — Millville Sophomore EFFIE LETITIA SILVER — Bradenton Freshman JUDY SIMKINS — Jacksonville Sophomore JOAN SIMMS — Miami Junior ELIZABETH SIMONTON — Orlando Sophomore JOHN SIMPSON— Port St. Joe Junior MYRTLE SIMPSON — Port St. Joe Sophomore SHIRLEY ROSE SIMPSON— Pierce Freshman BILL SKIPPER — Lakeland Junior JACQUELINE SKIPPER — Pensacola Junior PAT SLATER — Hollywood Sophomore CAROL SLAVENS — St. Petersburg Sophomore BETSY SMALL — Jacksonville Freshman BEATRICE SMITH— Punto Gorda Freshman BONNIE LOU SMITH — Columbia, S. C Junior ELEANOR SMITH — Jacksonville Freshman GLORIA ANNE SMITH — Savannah, Georgia Junior HERMAN LEE SMITH— Mapa, Calif Junior JAMES MACK SMITH — Caxton Freshman JEANNETTE SMITH — Tallahassee Sophomore JUNE LUNDY SMITH— Nakomis Freshman MARIE ' SMITH — Miami Junior MARY ALICE SMITH — Tampa Freshman MARY MARLENE SMITH — Winter Park Freshman MILDRED SMITH — Jacksonville Junior NETHA SMITH — Kissimmee Sophomore Hi! ROSEMAY SMITH — Haines City Junior VERNON SMITH — Haines City Sophomore PATRICIA SMOAK — Tampa Freshman MELBA JUNE SNAPP — Plant City Freshman SYBLE IRENE SNELL — Bartow Freshman CAROL SNYDER — Jacksonville Freshman MARVIN SOLOMON — Tampa Freshman PAUL SORAPARU — Chicago, III Junior NANCY SOSSAMAN — Tampa Freshman DAPHNE SOUTHARD — Miami Sophomore BETTY SOWELL — Quincy Freshman MARY LENN SPARKS — Morris, Georgia Junior SHIRLEY LOU SPEAR — Ft. Lauderdale Freshman ETTA SPEARS — Leesburg Junior ANICE SPENCER — Jacksonville Junior MARY SPENCER — Marianna Sophomore MARY ANN SPERRY — Clearwater Freshman BETTE SRYGLEY— Tallahassee Sophomore WILLIAM E. STANCIK— Venice Freshman JOCELYN LEE STANDISH — Jacksonville Freshman ROBBIE VIRGINIA STANFILL— Tallahassee Freshman DOROTHY STARBIRD — Palatka Junior FRANK STARBUCK — Jacksonville Sophomore JANET STARK — Daytona Beach Freshman ROY STATON — Mt. Dora Sophomore MARILYN STEBBINS — Ashtabula, Ohio Freshman TERESA STEIN — Miami Junior CAROLYN PATRICIA STEPHENS— Winter Garden Freshman DOT STEPHENS — Tallahassee Freshman HIRAM STEPHENS — Ponce de Leon Sophomore MARILYN STEPHENS — St. Augustine Sophomore NATHOLYN ANN STEPHENS — Winter Garden Junior JAMES STEWART — Tallahassee Freshman JEANE CARTER STEWART — Madison Sophomore MAVIS STEWART — Jay Sophomore FRANCES BAILEY STOKES — Tampa Junior IRIS ELAINE STOKES — Miami Junior DIANE STRANGE — Mcintosh Freshman BOB STRATIFF — Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Freshman ANN F. STRICKLAND — LoGrange, G eorgia junior ELLYNE STRICKLAND— Tavares Junior LOIS STROUP — Atlanta. Georgia Freshman BETTY LOU STRUTH — Milton Freshman DOROTHY STURGIS — St. Petersburg Sophomore Suber Sullenberger, L, Sullenberger. S. Summerfield Summers, A. E. Summers, M. R. Sumner, J. Sumner, S. Sundeman Sutton Swann Swatts Sweazie Sweetman Tanner Tappan Taxwood Taylor, B Taylor, D. j Taylor, H Taylor, I Taylor, M Taylor, M. J Teogue Teal Teel Temple Terry Thomas, B. Thomas, B. K. Thomas, C. Thomas, E. Thomas, j. Thomas, L. Thomson Thorpe Tindell, I. B. Tindell, S. C. Tiupin Tolleson Tomosello Tornasi Tomlinson Trammell Trimmer True Tucker, A. Tucker, M. F. Tullos Turner, C. Turner, G. Turner, J. A. Turner, L. Turner, M. E. Turner, P. Twitty Twyford Tyler Tyrrell Ulmo Vang Van Hise Van Hoose Von Middlesworth Vann Veal Vermillian Vines Voges Wade Wages Wagner, H. Wagner, R. Wakefield Waldorff Walker, C. Walker, S. Wallace Walters Wang Wansley Ward, B Ward, J Ward, P Ward, R Wardlaw, J Wardlaw, M Warren JOYCE SUBER — Greensboro Freshman LIBBY SULLENBERGER — Tallahassee Sophomore SARA SULLENBERGER — Tallahassee Sophomore BARBARA SUMMERFIELD — Coral Gables Freshman ADDIE E. SUMMERS — Gainesville Junior MARY RUTH SUMMERS — Gainesville Junior JACKIE SUMNER — Bristol Junior SUSAN SUMNER — St. Petersburg Freshman VERA SUNDEMAN — St. Augustine Freshman JOYCE L. SUTTON— Lake Wales Freshman COLLEEN SWATTS — Tallahassee Freshman GLENDA MARIE SWANN — Wauchula Junior JAN SWEAZIE — St. Petersburg Freshman NANCY SWEETMAN — St. Petersburg Freshman SHIRLEY TANNER— Miami Springs Junior BETTY JANE TAPPAN — St. Petersburg Junior VALESKA TAXWOOD — Ft. Lauderdale Freshman BOB TAYLOR— Holly Hill Freshman DOLORIS JO TAYLOR— Wauchula Junior HAYWOOD TAYLOR— Sebring Junior IRENE TAYLOR — Pensacola Junior MARY TAYLOR — Largo Junior MINNIE JOY TAYLOR — Blountstown Freshman WALTER TEAGUE — Pensacola Junior G. DONN TEAL — Bradenton Freshman BILLY DUANE TEEL — Crestview Junior PAT TEMPLE — Coral Gables Junior WAYNE EGARTON TERRY— St. Petersburg Freshman BARBARA THOMAS — Miami Junior BARBARA KATE THOMAS — High Springs Junior CLAUDIA THOMAS — Groveland Junior ELMER THOMAS — Overstreet Freshman JOYCE THOMAS — Panama City Freshman LOUIS THOMAS— Bell Junior PATRICIA THOMSON — Zephyrhills Junior JO ANNE THORPE — Tamp a Junior IDA BETTY TINDELL — Lake Wales Freshman SUZANNE C. TINDELL — Miami Freshman STANLEY L. TIPPIN— Vero Beach Sophomore HELEN TOLLESON— Jay Freshman GERRY TOMASELLO — West Palm Beach Sophomore JAMES FRANK TOMASI — Reading, Pennsylvania Freshman GALE TOMLINSON — Lake Wales Sophomore HELEN TRAMMELL — West Palm Beach Freshman CAROL TRIMMER — Coral Gables Sophomore NANCY TRUE — Lake Wales Sophomore ANNE TUCKER — Valdosta, Georgia Sophomore MARY FRANCES TUCKER — Bartow Freshman JULIA ANN TULLOS — Havana Sophomore CAROLYN TURNER — Winter Haven Sophomore GLORIA TURNER — Crystal River Junior JOY ANN TURNER — Winter Haven Freshman LIBBY TURNER — Dania Freshman MARTHA ELLEN TURNER — Bascom Freshman PHYLLIS TURNER— Mt. Dora Junior MARY BELLE TWITTY— Sebring Freshman WILLIAM H. TWYFORD — Miami Freshman DOROTHY ANN TYLER — Jacksonville Freshman GORDON TYRRELL — Pensacola Sophomore ELISE MARTHA ULMO — Tampa Junior ELIZABETH VANG — St. Petersburg Freshman DON VAN HISE — Daytona Beach Freshman CANORA VAN HOOSE — Tallahassee Freshman CHARLES E. VAN MIDDLESWORTH— St. Petersburg. . Sophomore MARJORIE VANN — Washington, D. C Freshman KATHLEEN VEAL — Tallahassee Freshman CHARLOTTE VERMILLIAN — Miami Freshman PATRICIA SUE VINES — Atlanta, Georgia Sophomore LOU RENE VOGES — Orlando Freshman PEGGY WADE — Tallahassee Junior HELEN WAGES — Mt. Dora Sophomore HILDEGARDE WAGNER— Tallahassee Freshman RICHARD WAGNER — Fountain Freshman NANCY M. WAKEFIELD — Mobile, Alabama Freshman JIMMIE M. WALDORFF — Altha Sophomore CLYDE R. WALKER — Longwood Freshman STEPHEN C. WALKER — Aucilla Sophomore MARY LIND WALLACE — DeFuniak Springs Sophomore PATRICIA WALTERS — Apopka Sophomore ARVY LEE WANG — Laurel Hill Junior GENEVA WANSLEY — Plant City Freshman BEVERLY WARD — Miami Junior JANICE WARD — Panama City Sophomore PAT WARD — Port St. Joe Freshman RUTH WARD — Hollywood Freshman JANE WARDLAW — Miami Freshman MARTHA ANNE WARDLAW — Frostproof Junior YVONNE WARREN — Chipley Sophomore Let ' s have a cup of coffee. Where ' s the ball??!! Waschek Watkins Watson, L. Weaver Webb, J. Webb, R. Weber Weed Weeks, B. Weeks, F. Wehner Weir Weiting Wells, C. Wells, D. Wells, M. Wentworth West Wester Weston Werherell Wharton Whetstone Whisenant White, C. White, H. Whitehead Whitehurst, M. Whitehurst, T. Whitfield Whitmire Whitney Wiggins Wiley Wilkerson, J. Wilkerson, M. Wilkins Williams, Alice Ann Williams, Audrey Williams, A. J. Williams, ), Williams, J. D. Williams, J. W. Williams, J. T. Williams, M. R. Williams, M. A. Williams, P. Williamson, A. Wi liamson, C. Willis, G. Willis, R. Willson Wilson, D. Wilson, ). Wilson, L. Wilson, M. Wilson, N. Wilson, P. Wilson, V. Wimberley Windham Winter, D. Winter, J. Wise Winterle Wittington Wood, J. C. Wood, ). Woods Woolbright Worthing Wright Wyatt, J. Wyatt, L, Wyckoff Wynne Yadon Yarborough Yates Yenawine Yonge Yosheda Zoppolo Zevin Ziegler Zipperer Zutbrod Zuver BROWNLEE WASCHEK — Brooksville Sophomore MARTHA ). WATKINS — Sebring junior LOUISE WATSON — Wildwood Sophomore MARGARET ANN WEAVER — Tampa Freshman JOAN WEBB — Trenton Junior RUTH WEBB — Fort Lauderdale Freshman RIC WEBER — Chicago, Illinois Freshman KENNETH WEED — Fort Lauderdale Junior BETTA WEEKS — Panama City Sophomore FLORENCE LOUISE WEEKS — Lake City Sophomore NANCY WEHNER — Daytono Beach Freshman NANCY WEIR — Tampa Freshman PHIL WEITING — Hollywood Freshman CLARA NELL WELLS — Madison Freshman DOT WELLS — St. Petersburg Freshman MARY LOU WELLS — St. Petersburg Junior CAROLYN WENTWORTH — Hollywood Freshman CHARLOTTE WEST — St. Petersburg Sophomore BILLIE WESTER — Grand Ridge Junior LAWRENCE WESTON — Marianna Sophomore JEAN WETHERELL — Orlando Sophomore BETTY LOU WHARTON — Jacksonville Junior BETTY WHETSTONE — Tampa Sophomore PHYLLIS WHISENANT — Palmetto Sophomore CARROLL EUGENE WHITE — Moorhead, Miss Junior HELEN L. WHITE — Pensacola Freshman SARA WHITEHEAD — Tallahassee Freshman MARY AUDREY WHITEHURST — Brooksville Sophomore THALIA WHITEHURST — Lake Wales Freshman jACKI WHITFIELD — Tallahassee Freshman BETTY WHITMIRE — Miami Sophomore ANNE WHITNEY — Plant City Freshman GLADYS WIGGINS — Ocala Freshman ANN WILEY — Jacksonville Freshman JACQUELINE WILKERSON — Jacksonville Freshman MARTHA WILKERSON — Jacksonville Sophomore MARILYN WILKINS — Jacksonville Freshman ANN WILLIAMS — Jacksonville Freshman ANDREy ANNE WILLIAMS — Orlando Freshman AUDREY JEAN WILLIAMS— Tallahassee Freshman JANE WILLIAMS — Fernandina Beach Sophomore JEANNE WILLIAMS — Lakeland Sophomore JOHN WEBSTER WILLIAMS — Lakeland Junior J. T. WILLIAMS, JR. — Tallahassee Freshman MARGARET REED WILLIAMS — Green Cove Springs junior MARY ANNE WILLIAMS — Tampa Freshman PETE WILLIAMS — Ft. Lauderdale Sophomore ANNE DELORES WILLIAMSON — Jacksonville Sophomore CHARLENE WILLIAMSON — Fort Lauderdale Freshman GEORGE WILLIS — Melbourne Sophomore ROBERT B. WILLIS — Pensacola Junior RUTH WILLSON — Bartow Sophomore DON WILSON — Gonzalez Junior JOAN WILSON — Marianna Junior LELAGENE WILSON — Eufaula Junior MARTHA JEAN WILSON — Pensacola Junior NANCY WILSON — Tampa Sophomore PEGGY WILSON — Sanford Freshman VIRGINIA WILSON — Sanford Sophomore JUANITA WIMBERLEY — Pembroke Sophomore LENORA WINDHAM — Panama City Freshman DEBORAH JANE WINTER — Evansville, Ind Freshman JO ANNE WINTER — Pensacola Freshman FRANCES LOUISE WISE — DeFuniak Springs Freshman IRENE WINTERLE — Tallahassee Sophomore JOHAN WITTINGTON — Florala, Alabama Freshman JANE CLAIR WOOD — Miami Junior JERRY WOOD — Miami Sophomore LORETTA WOODS — Miami Freshman MARGARET JANET WOOLBRIGHT — Boynton Beach Freshman GLORIA WORTHING — Orlando Freshman SISSY WRIGHT — Pensacola Freshman JOYCE WYATT — Panama City Freshman LILIAN WYATT — Dade City Freshman JOHN S. WYCKOFF — Leesburg Sophomore KAY WYNNE — Clearwater Freshman JAMES YADON — Pensacola Sophomore LYDA YARBOROUGH — Tam pa Freshman ANNE YATES — Key West Freshman SHELBY YENAWINE— Jacksonville Freshman MAY YONGE — Jacksonville Freshman AKI YOSHEDA — Daytona Beach Sophomore KATHRYN MARY ZAPPOLO — Bonifoy Freshman S. JANE ZEVIN — Panama City Freshman MARY ANN ZIEGLER — Tarpon Springs Sophomore EFFIE ZIPPERER — Bradenton Sophomore DOROTHY ZUBROD — Clearwater Freshman BARBARA ZUVER — Fort Pierce Junior Save one for me. Dignitaries at Football Banquet. MiAi §alUf KeHfuemi HOMECOMING OlIEEN Miss Sally Kennedy was elected to reign over FSU ' s fourth annual homecoming cel- ebration. Sally ' s friendly charm and glowing personality complimented one of the most gala occasions in the history of the uni- versity. Known by everyone on campus, Sally is an active member of Pi Beta Phi Sorority. Elected by the student body from a field of over twenty beauties, Sally can be proud of the highest tribute to beauty and popularity that Florida State University can give. Every bit a queen as Homecoming crowds cheer Sally poses informally between classes. Our queen is athletic, too. ' ' W» - MISS DOROTHY ROBERTSON Mm F. S. U. Mitton Caniff, creat-or of " Steve Canyon " and Miss FSU judge. This is the first year in the history of the Tolly-Ho that we have had a contest to choose a " Miss FSU. " To " Cookie " Robertson and her court we give our heartiest congratula- tions. We think Milton Caniff, our able judge, made an excellent and worthy selection of typical Florida beauties to represent Florida State University for the first time. " Cookie " pauses by the fountain on her way to class. Talent plus beauty. She won ' t be alone long. «. . BOBBIE PETTIT RUTH IE GARST HELEN CLAIRE WHEAT MARIANNE GILLEN i Our Favorites are JUDY ELLIS DORA ANN GODWIN KATHLEEN TOOLE eaiities too STEPHANIE AMBROSE m Jl i ' V ii:% ■ THIS IS THE LIFE!! JUST STRINGIN ' ALONG. ameta WHAT A PRICE TO PAY. 1 .1. 4 SHE READY FOR BED? PATRIOTIC PAGEANT. S. ly,€ ' it Vi :) yi ) m m I M: IT ' S A HARD LIFE. cw. 4ik HAVE YOU BEEN GOOD? m - ■V — n ' -W ' —rr FRIENDS. PAN HELLENIC COUNCIL The Florida State University Panhellenic Council, com- posed of two representatives from each of the sixteen national sororities on campus, this year carried on the many responsibilities and activities which make up the governing of sororities at F.S.U. The first big task is to regulate the complex rushing system during formal fall rushing. Pledges are the life blood of sororities and selecting them from the many new girls on campus is an enormous undertaking which goes on under the guiding hand of Panhellenic. Panhellenic has taken over the partial support of a European orphan who is living with foster parents. The girls send her Christmas gifts and the sororities take turns writing her. The annual Panhellenic Christmas Dance was a big success this year with all sororities helping decorate the dining hall and later enjoying dancing to the music of Mike Saliba ' s orchestra. New Village Vamps and L ' Apache members were tapped at the dance. It is the aim of this council to provide a workable rushing and pledging plan, and guide the sororities of F.S.U. to ever higher standards. (First row, left to right) ; Joan Powell, Sigma Kappa; Marilyn Stephens, Kappa Alpha Theto; Mary Ann Lucree, Alpha Chi Omega. (Second row) : Helen Coith, Pi Beta Phi; Virginia Lee, Phi Mu; Jo Anne McCartney, Delta Delta Delta; Mildred Hall, Alpha Delta Pi; Sue Beasley, Delta Zeta; Helen Claire Wheat, Alpha Delta Pi. (Third row) : Betty Turner, Delta Zeta; )o Anne Gilbert, Chi Omega; Ann Hawkins, Kappa Delta; Evelyn Carter, Gamma Phi Beta; Cindy Carson, Phi Mu; Phoebe Ryerson, Delta Delta Delta; Rebecca Branan, Alpha Gamma Delta; Ann Hendon, Alpha Omicron Pi; Norma Mcintosh, Zeta Tau Alpha. i " X (First row, left to right): Delwood McDonald, Delta Tau Delta; Robert Tully, Alpha Tau Omega; Garland Stokes, Kappa Sigma; Don Allen, Pi Kappa Phi; Will Pennell, Lambda Chi Alpha. (Second row) : Floyd Fogle, Sigma Nu; Frank Beauchamp, Pi Kappa Alpha; Tom Cumbie, Phi Delta Theta; Robert Woodburn, Phi Kappa Tau; John Shaeffer, Theta Chi; William Hess, Kappa Alpha; Theo Proctor, Sigma Alpha Epsilon; William Reitter, Sigma Phi Epsilon; Ted Steinmeyer, Sigma Chi. INTER FRATERNITY COUNCIL The Inter-Fraternity Council is an organization com- posed of the fourteen fraternities on the Florida State University campus. Each fraternity is represented by two delegates: one, the senior member vested with the power to act for his fraternity; and the other, the junior member who votes only in the absence of the senior member. All fraternities are bound by the rules and decisions of the organization. The purpose of this council is to act as a governing body of fraternities and advance the interests of the University at all times. I. F. C. establishes rules relating to rushing, pledg- ing, and initiation of fraternity men. I. F. C. also supervises rush week and presents a trophy to the fra- ternity having the best scholastic average. The Inter-Fraternity Council undertook one of the most ambitious programs this year ever attempted at F. S. U. Beginning the year with an all out effort to solicit blood for the Armed Forces Blood Program, the I. F. C. got all fourteen fraternities to contribute 100 percent. Outstanding high school students from all over Florida were the guests of I. F. C. during the Circus weekend. During the Greek Week which preceded the I. F. C. Dance, the fraternities as a group worked in a body on various worthy civic projects. Twice during the week, all fraternities had as their meal guests members from the other fraternities. Art Mooney ' s orchestra played for the I. F. C. Dance. Included in the program were a concert, a contest to determine the I. F. C. Queen, two dances, and parties. This year I. F. C. has grown in importance and use- fulness. An ambitious program was undertaken and has been successfully completed. S5 ' ■■ ' ' : BETA ETA CHAPTER Virginia Arango Nancy Baxter Nancy Bishop Leo Brown jeonne Cassens Sue Coleman Gail Croy Helen Folds Barbara Fryer Betty Sue Fryer Mae Gautier Betty Griffen Lou Harrison ALPHA CHI OMEGA MEMBERS Marilyn Hart Helen Jones Pat Kirby Sally Knight Patsy Lester Yvonne Long Mary Ann LuCree Anita Lunsford P.amona McCall Katharine Morrow Karolyn Moore Jane Norman Kathleen Petteway Norma Jean Prater Nancy Ricks Dorothy Robertson Dorothy Sherman Pat Slater Nancy Smith Daphne Southard Mary Helen Speed Jo Slewart Pat Temple Barbara Thomas Joan Webb Pat Weigcnd Barbara Zuver PLEDGES Barbara Butler Mary Martha Hannon Bernice Lunsford Betty Cook Bobbie Hartsfield Wynette Maughan Cecelia Dillard Sue Ann Hayden Nancy Palmer Sally Fitzgerald Nancy Joyce Jo Anne Phelps Nancy Friend Nancy Kilpatrick Anne Williams The Alpha Chi ' s with their tongue out. ' Twos the night before Xmas — ALPHA CHI ' S DOROTHY ROBERTSON IS CHOSEN " MISS FSU " BY MILTON CANIFF. Many wonderful events have highlighted the social year of Alpha Chi Omega . . . fraternity parties . . . coast parties . . . and Alpha Chi Week-end topped by the Coronation Ball held at the Country Club. The girls worked at selling candy for the Campus Chest Drive . . . gave a wonderful party for a group of crippled children for their Hera Day Project . . . and aided a group of spastic children. Phi Beta Kappa is well represented among the Alpha Chi ' s with Nancy Smith and Pat Weigand as recent members . . . Garnet Key . . . Senator Mary Helen Speed . . . three class officers . . . Sophomore Council . . . Mortar Board . . . Tarpon . . . Village Vamps . . . Cotillion . . . " F " Club . . . and Junior Counselors are all proud Alpha Chi Omega ' s. This active group has been on the campus of Florida State since 1929, and closes the year of 1952 with a grand record of activities and many good times. HELEN JONES OFFICERS President Helen )ones Vice-President Nancy Ricks Secretary Barbara Zuver Treasure ■ Pat Weigand (First row, left to right! : Harrison, L.; Moore, K.; Hannon, M. M.; Robertson, D.; Sherman, D. F.; Lunsford, A.; Brown, L.; Cassens, J.; Griffen, B. (Second row): Fitzgerald, S.; Speed, M. H.; Folds, H.; Cook, B.; Hart, M.; Marrow, K.; Joyce, N.; Butler, B.; Arango, V. (Third rowl : Albritton, G.; Norman, J.; Kirby, P.; Thomas, B.; Ricks, N.; Mrs. J. H, Morgan; Jones, H.; Gautier, M.; Weigand, P.; Zuver, B. (Fourth row) : Prater, N. ).; Lester, P.; Maughan, W.; Slater, P.; McCall, R.; Fryer, B. S.; Croy, G.; Pettewoy, K.; Bishop, N.; Temple, P.; Hoyden, S. A.; Kilpatrick, N.; Lunsford, B.; Southard, D.; Long, Y. (Fifth row): LuCree, M. A.; Smith, N.; Fryer, B.; Phelps, ].; Friend, N.; Coleman, S.; Williams, A.; Webb, J.; Stewart, J.; Baxter, N.; Palmer, N.; Dillard, C. 1S 0 . ' W mmm IOTA CHAPTER ALPHA DELTA PI Julia Armstrong Betty Burr Jean Church Patricia Corry Mary Ann Darsey Martha Ann Goode Millie Hall Dollye Hargrove Doris Ann Kittrell MEMBERS Susan Lawton Mary Lu Slater Avery Lembeck Peggy Tarver Joonne Lovett Pride Von Kleek Quincy Lee McCoy Ann Warren Alma Jane Midyette Helen Claire Wheat Anne Munroe Mary Audrey Whitehurst Ruthaune Padgett Mortho Williamson Betty Ann Roberts Nancy Cannon Wilson Sally Schuchart Mary Ann Ziegler Ho-hum! Ann Adams Nancy Bortlett Cynthia Brown Mary Boynton Mary Ann Council Lynwood Evans Jeanne Lee Helvey PLEDGES Marjorie Ingram Jo Carol Law Jean McGinley Down Rollins Jeanne Rutherford Peggy Schuchart Mary Radcliffe Munroe Virginia Show Mary Ann Murphy Betty Sowell Jackie Price Lillian Wyott Mary Dane Richardson Shelby Yenawine « " . ' A - .uM All boxed up! A. D. PI ' S 1951 HOMECOMING FLOAT CAPTURED FIRST PRIZE. During the Homecoming contests, Alpha Delta Pi won first place for the most beautiful float and the best skit. They also won third place with their house decorations. The A D Pi ' s also won the archery intramurals and boast two members in the " F " Club and Tarpon. Members are also found in Village Vamps with Ann Adams as president of the taps and Mary Ann Dorsey as chief gold-digger, six circus performers, two cheerleaders, one of which is the head cheerleader. Officers on campus include the president of Panhellenic, women ' s senate, social chairman of the freshman class and members of Sopohmore Council. Kappa Delta Pi and Alpha Lambda Delta members are also found in the chapter. The Alpha Delta Pi ' s and Phi Delta Theta ' s had their tra- ditional Christmas party for the underprivileged children again this year. The formal dance and presentation in March was based on the theme of " Rhapsody In Blue, " while the con- trasting dinner and square dance had a theme of " Hillbilly Blues. " The Founder ' s Day Tea was given in May. This year ' s Sweetheart of Sigma Chi is A D Pi, Sally Schuchart. DORIS ANN KITTRELL OFFICERS President Doris Ann Kittrell Vice-President Anne Munroe Secretary Mary Ann Dorsey Treasurer Martha Anne Goode (First row, left to right) : McCoy, Q. L.; Padgett, R.; Dorsey, M. A.; Wyott, L.; Council, M. A.; Van Kleek, P.; Ziegler, M. A.; Midyette, A. J. (Second row) : Tarver, P.; Hall, M,; Lovett, J.; Kittrell, D. A.; M.-s. Barrett; Munroe, A.; Goode, M. A.; Lembeck, A.; Church, J. (Third row) : Evans, L.; Show, V.; Bortlett, N.; Ingram, M.; Whitehurst, M. A.; Law, J. C; Rollins, D.; Wheat, H, C; Richardson, M. D.; Burr, B.; Schuchart, S.; Rutherford, J.; Warren, A, (Fourth row) : Lawton, S.; Wilson, N.; Munroe, M. R.; Yenawine, S.; Murphy, M. A.; Mc- Ginley, J.; Corry, P.; Price, J.; Schuchart, P.; Roberts, B. A.; Slater, M. L.; Hargrove, D. A GAMMA BETA CHAPTER ' " ' J " x " i j y y ' ' - ' V ' ' " ALPHA GAMMA DELTA Katrine Austin Shirley Black Becky Branan Betty Chapman Patsy Chapman Barbara Cochran Pat Cole Carole Crabb Lou Day Jo Ann Ebert Jean Ghiotto Judy Ash Inez Bender Carol Davis Connie Decker Mary Denning Joan Finson Patsy Herndon MEMBERS Evangeline Griffin Ernestine Hunt Alyse Jacobson Nancye Jones Margaret Laird Margaret Marshall Bettye Jane Matthews Nancy Mayhew Fran Merritt Barbara Middlebrooks Betty Mosely PLEDGES Jo Ann Hogan Janelle Hull Carolyn Johnson Nell Jopling Nancy Killgore Marjorie Kimbrel Ann Riddel! Sally Peacock Nancy Phoebus Helen Prince Jo Ann Rice Celeste Rodgers Dot Sheftall Peggy Sparkman Jan Swanson Pat Walters Mary Stewart Wilson Sandra Shumcn Carol Snyder Mary Ann Sperry Mary Belle Twitty Janice Williams Dot Womble Jane Zevin But we don ' t like to sit in chairs. The Alpho Gam Indian Chief. ALPHA GAMS WERE CO-SPONSORS OF THE HOMECOMING SKIT CONTEST. The Alpha Gamma Delta ' s have been on active chapter since arrival on this campus in 1925. The March of Dimes profited when these girls collected money at a local theater, as well as the Handicapped School on West Campus, which received contributions also from this group. " Heaven and Hell " really took the Alpha Gam ' s " out of this world " for their annual week-end this year. The pearls gleamed brightly as these gay gals entertained at their tra- ditional after-the-game coffees, fraternity parties, Sunday night suppers, and chapter Christmas and Halloween celebra- tions. Spooks ran wild when the chapter house reverted to 1851 for Homecoming. International Reunion Day brought Alpha Gams from all over Florida to join in sisterhood once again. Mother Rose sends her 23rd graduating class proudly on its way. Newly inaugurated custom for the Alpha Gams is the annual North-South softball game between members and pledges in which " the South rose again. " ... A visit from the Alpha Gamma Delta Grand President was another highlight of the memorable never-to-be-forgotten year with the Alpha Gamma Delta ' s. KATRINE AUSTIN OFFICERS President Katrine Austin Vice-President Peggy Sparkman Secretary Barbara Middlebrooks Treasurer Dot Sheftall (First row, left to right) : Johnson, C; Finson, J.; EIrod, C; Ash, ].; Davis, C; Sperry, M. A.; Herndon, P.; Bender, I.; Rice, ). (Second row) : Williams, J.; Hogan, J.; Shuman, S.; Twitty, M. B.; Killgore, N.; Womble, D.; Denning, M.; Hull, J.; Snyder, C; Jopling, N.; Kim- brel, M. (Third row) : Ghiotto, |.; Matthews, B. J.; Marshall, M,; Mayhew, N.; Sparkman, P.; Mrs. Rosabelle; Austin, K.; Mosley, B.; Cole, P.; Middlebrooks, B.; Chapman, P. (Fourth row): Merritt, F.; Prince, H.; Rodgers, C; Crabb, C; Ebert, J.; Jockobson, A.; Black, 5.; Cochran, B.; Laird, M.; Brannon, B. (Fifth row) : Chapman, B.; Hunt, E.; Walters, P.; Jones, N. A.; Phoebus, N.; Griffin, V.; Peacock, S.; Wilson, M. S. ' -vmsmr- - mt-: ims " I ' srm r- " ALPHA PI CHAPTER ' ' ALPHA OMICRON PI Betty Jane Allen La Verne Battle Lila Lee Blair Mary AgneL Blitch Ann Blitch Audrey Butler Joan Butler Irene Hall Katherine Harding Varian Helms Ann Hendon Nancy Hill Gail Baker Betty Corlile Jan Eichinger Jo Fabian Marilyn Goble Sally Grant Carolyn Hadden Catherine Hamby MEMBERS jean Hopkins Mildred Hunter Norma Jean Kearney Dorothy Kish Matilda Lomaistro Margaret Moore Hazel Morrison Sarah Murray Catherine Nott LaRose Oliver Marjorie Parker Anno Pittman PLEDGES Barbara Herring jecnine Jeffordo Julie Jones Ardreen Miller Faye Norman Joan Sims Patsy Taylor joy Ann Turner Frances Ann Richardson Joan Sistrunk Edythe Skipper Sally Skipper Mary Ann Slemp Jeanette Smith Rosamay Smith Mary Ellen Tavel Peggy Tyler Martha Jean Wilson Mary Mac Wimberly jane Wood Loretta Woods Peggy Bray Sue Collier Jackie Morrison Virgie Melton Winnie Pringle The prize-winning house decorctions. The A O Pi ' s Centennial Float. A. 0. PI ' S PLACED FIRST IN THE HOMECOMING HOUSE DECORATIONS. A O Pi started the year off with a bang by winning the cup for Homecoming decorations. The scene was titled " Centen- nial Cinema " which was a drive-in theater showing scenes depicting the changes on this campus in the last one hundred years. A O Pi, Carolyn Hodden, was chosen " Miss Gymkana of 1951 " . . . the basketball team carried off the cup by win- ning over Gilchrist Hall. Individual honors are many, some of which include " F " Club members. Mortified, Garnet Key, Alpha Lambda Delta and Sigma Alpha Iota. Alpha Omicron Pi Week-end was held in January; featured the theme " A O Pi Like a Melody, " centering around an orig- inal song written for the chapter by Til Lomaistro. We greeted the alums when they came back to visit the chapter and attend initiation. A O Pi ' s from all over the state gathered for State Day in Gainesville in April and A O Pi National President visited the chapter. Their Founder ' s Day Banquet and various parties have all added to make a grand year. MARY JEAN SISTRUNK OFFICERS President Mary Joan Sistrunk Vice-President Catherine Louise Nott Secretary Nancy Love Hill Treasurer LaRose Wygonne Oliver »5 ' (First row, left to right) : Wilson, M. J.; Jones, ).; Eichinger, J.; Hall, R.; Goble, M.; Hendon, A.; Richardson, A,; Sims, |. (Second row) : Hamby, C; Slemp, M. A.; Herring, B.; Haddon, C; Woods, L.; Wimberly, M. M.; Skipper, E.; Cullison, C. (Third row) : Kish, D.; Skipper, S.; Lomaistro, T.; Tavel, M. E.; Hill, N.; Mrs. Knox; Sistrunk, J.; Oliver, L.; Nott, C; Blitch, M. A.; Parker, M.; Hunter, M.; Helms, V.; Allen, B. J. (Fourth row) : Turner, J. A.; Pittman, A. C; Baker, G.; Morrison, J.; Blitch, A.; Battle, L.; Carlile, B.; Smith, J.; Harding, K.; Murray, S.; Bray, P.; Taylor, P. (Fifth row) : Morrison, H.; Grant, S.; Norman, F.; Butler, J.; Tyler, P.; Moore, P.; Fabian, J.; Smith, R.; Wood, J.; Butler, A.; Hopkins, J.; Collier, S.; Blair, L. L. 3 ii%4 : ' r-IJJj. ¥ ' Wr ' f i A ■mm h ALPHA OMEGA CHAPTER ALPHA XI DELTA Delilah Ashmore Barbara Anderson Jan Arbogast Betty Jo Armstrong Joan Austin Karolyn Bardin Nancy Benda Lorraine Chalker Doris Cone Elizabeth Cook Mary Jane Coyne Nelle Crenshaw Monuela Crespo Mary Louise Deal Patty Blair Dot Cooke Libby Fahle Dorothy Getford Ann Gregoire Eleanor Gard Janet Hamrick MEMBERS Nancy Lea Erickson Pat Finney Joan Gross Ola Howes Ginny Hughes Morylou Kamm Martha Kinord Jean Londrum Mary Lou Medlin Doogie Mickler Janice Morelond Sonny Myers Carolyn Nord Eleanor Nunez PLEDGES Betty Ann Haynes Mary Lou Harrelson Priscello Holmes Nancy Hopper Corliss Hughes Pat O ' Brien Emily Pace Betty Lou Nuttle Margie Potts Sue Saxon Miriam Shannon Terry Shepard Joanne Thorpe Bonnie Tomasello Gerry Tomasello Helen Ann Treadwell Doris Reed Joan Reitsma Betty Whetstone Charlotte West Ernestine Young Nancine Price Barbara Reitsma Madeline Rieker Grace Schatzmon Morjorie Vann Nodine Smole Come, now — smile, Carolyn. Watch those fingers, girls! ALPHA XI ' S COPPED INTRAMURAL VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONSHIP. A whirl of social events and activities have accompanied the Alpha Xi Deltas through a very successful year. Ranking high on the calendar was their weekend, featuring a South Sea island party, a tea dance, and their traditional formal Rose Dance. Several of the members spent an exciting weekend in Atlanta attending their biennial Province Convention. Other important dates included the annual Christmas party honor- ing the pledges, and the Thanksgiving party given for the members by the pledges. The Alpha Xis are especially proud of their philanthropic projects this year. The Christmas party given with the Delta Tau Deltas for a group of underprivileged children left a lump in many throats, as the grateful children received many toys. During the Campus Chest drive, the Alpha Xis could easily be spotted busily selling their bright red pencils, from which they made a handsome profit for the charity drive. Alpha Xi boasts of members in several important campus activities, including U.G.A., Women ' s Senate, Cotillion and " F " Club. They were also well represented in the honorary societies with two members in Sigma Alpha Iota and Zeta Phi Eta; and one in Garnet Key, Kappa Delta Pi, Les Jongleurs, and Aloha Lambda Delta. JOAN GROSS OFFICERS President Joan Gross Vice-President Nancy Benda Secretary Terry Shepard Treasurer Marylou Kamm (First row, left to right) : Armstrong, B. J.; Medlin, M. L.; Smole, N.; Ashmore, D.; Rieker, M.; Finney, P.; Hopper, N. (Second row : Deal, M. L.; Arbogast, J.; West, C; Fahle, E.; Vann, M.; Cooke, E.; Austin, J.; Landrum, J.; Potts, M.; Chalker, L.; Gard, E.; O ' Brien, P. (Third row) : Bardin, K.; Anderson, B.; Nord, C; Cone, D.; Tomasello, B.; Gross, J.; Benda, N.; Kamm, M. L.; Sheppard, T.; Moreland, J., Crenshaw, N. (Fourth row) : Shannon, S.; Whetstone, B.; Nunez, E.; Saxon, S.; Price, N.; Elgin, G.; Schatzmon, G.; Tomasello, G.; Ham- rick, ].; Gregoire, A.; Pace, E.; Nuttle, B. L.; Meyer, S.; Crespo, M.; Haynes, B. A. (Fifth row) : Young, E.; Treadwell, H. A,; Thorpe, J. A.; Cooke, D.; Howes, O.; Reitsma, J.; Reitsma, B.; Hughes, V.; Mi:kler, G.; Kinord, M.; Coyne, M. ).; Getford, D.; Blair, P. I f . t GAMMA CHAPTER Ara Andrews Barbara Brewton Jane Bush Carolyn Calhoun MEMBERS Dora Ann Godwin Mary Agnes Hanzo Nancy Holland Nell Huddleston Mary Margaret ChanceLayniere King Sara Margaret Davis )ean Laffitte Florence Denton Nellie Lawrence Leslie Ann Fagen Susan Miller CHI OMEGA Patsy Sisson Sylvia Strange Susanne Thomas jean Wetherell Penny Whidden Betty Williams Lucy Williams Mary Virginia Wilson Joann Gilbart Marianne Gillen Barbara Jean Northrup Ann Wooten Mary Shaw Susan Bailey Nancy Black Mary Kathryn Brewer Cynthia Calhoun Ann Collins )an Cronmiller Ann Crownover Peggy Ellsworth PLEDGES Dot Johnson Lynda Lane Lynn McNab Joan Mikesell Marcia Mohr Eugenia Ogden Dodie Piatt Harriett Ramsey Ann Scarborough Julia Ann Scarborough Jane Shepard Bonnie Lou Smith Diane Strange Thalia Whitehurst Ann Whitney Dry County, remember! Chi O ' s on parade. CHI O ' S CLAIM PRESIDENTS OF VILLAGE VAMPS AND SOPHOMORE COUNCIL. Social events are many and varied for the Chi Omega ' s . . . chicken-bean dinners . . . pledge banquets . . . senior farewell party . . . western parties . . . fraternity parties and Chi Omega Week-end, including their annual Carnation Ball. The Chi Omega ' s present a Chi Omega Political Award to an outstanding woman student in this field every year. An Easter egg hunt is also held for the underprivileged children of this area. Their honors are many . . . Village Vamps . . . Garnet Key . . . Circus . . . Sandspur . . . Sophomore Council . . . Intramural Debate winners . . . cheerleaders . . . officers of religious groups . . . members on Smoke Signals, Flambeau and WFSU. MARIANNE GILLEN OFFICERS President Marianne Gillen Vice-President Betty Williams Secretary Penny Whidden Treasurer Sara Margaret Davis (First row, left to right) : Mohr, M.; Black, N.; Shepcrd, J.; Ramsey, H.; Calhoun, C; Strange, D.; Ellsworth, P.; Bailey, S.; Mikesell, | (Second row) : Scarborough, A.; Johnson, D.; McNab, L.; Piatt, D.; Whitney, A.; Ogden, E.; Cronmiller, J.; Brewer, M. K.; Collins, A., Lane, L.; Whitehurst, T. (Third row) : Thomas, S.; Strange, S.; WiLon, M. V.; Huddleston, N.; Williams, L.; Gilbert, ).; Gillen, M.; Den- ton, F.; Williams, B.; Show, M.; Loffitte, J.; Holland, N.; Miller, S. (Fourth row) : Whidden, P.; Scarborough, J, A.; Davis, M.; Smith, B., Davis, S. M.; Schock, S.; Keen, M. L.; Sisson, P.; Brewton, B.; Wooten, A. (Fifth row) ; Hanzo, M. A,; King, L.; Godwin, D. A.; Crown- over, A.; Northrop, J.; Chance, M. M.; Fagen, L. A.; Wetherell, J.; Lawrence, N.; Bush, ).; Andrews, A.; Calhoun, C. ALPHA ETA CHAPTER Jane Adicks Gene Lu Armstrong Ellen Avis Ann Babel Carolyn Boschen Carolyn Briles Jocelyn Budde Sandra Chance Jean Cooper Lillian Avis Charline Coviness Jan Craig Jean Chrissinger Nancy Daniel Sara David Bette Fischer Betty Graham DELTA DELTA DELTA MEMBERS Alice David: on Kathryn Duggan Eleanor Graves Mary Jane Home Frances Johnson Joanne McCartney June Mc ' Kenney Rebecca Mercer Harriet Paul Jean Peters PLEDGES Shirley Hogan Pat Ingalls Georgette Johnson Kay Koyse Nancy Mayer Eloise McGirr Suzanne McGlothlin Patsy Moser Joanne Poe Josephine Pettit Sara Ceva Philyaw Fe Pittman Phoebe Ryerson Nancy Smith Mimi Tubbs Diane Van Du:en Marylyn Wolpert Vivian Zigrang Adrienne Pope Nancy Rainey Anita Richardson Marilyn Rodes Betsy Small Eleanor Smith Susan Sumner Libby Turner y IM °J A j Swing that tomahawk! Just an ole hoe-down. TRI DELTS STAGED FASHION SHOW FOR THE CAMPUS CHEST DRIVE. r Alpha Eta Chapter of Delta Delta Delta has been on the campus of Florida State University since 1916. Since then, they have presented an annual scholarship to a deserving student on this campus. During the Campus Chest Drive, the Tri Delts staged a Fashion Show, providing fun and funds for a very worthy cause. A Christmas Party is held each year for the chapter, at which time the pledges present their songs. At Easter, the children of the Alumns are entertained at the house with a glorious Easter egg hunt. Fraternity parties and many in- formal get-togethers, some of which are square dances fill their social calendar. Tri Delta Week-end will long be re- membered with a Crescent Moon providing the theme for a wonderful dance and the informal parties at the house and coast. Tri Delts are well represented in the Tarpon Club, Village Vamps, Sophomore Council, Circus, Garnet Key, Sigma Tau Delta, Alpha Lambda Delta and student government, as well as the chairman of Off-Campus Court and member of Who ' s Who, Eleanor Graves. Lest we forget . . . the May Queens vs. the Gay Interna- tionals . . . the cry, you ' re so out of it . . . the Delta Doodlers and their ukes . . . suppers in the backyard . . . and an Ooo- wee, boy-howdy for a wonderful year. JEAN PETERS OFFICERS President Jean Peters Vice-President Becky Mercer Secretary Eleanor Graves Treasurer Diane VanDusen (First row, left to right) : McGlothlin, S.; Graham, B.; Caviness, C; Richardson, A.; Tubbs, M.; Chrissinger, ).; Chance, S.; Adicks, j.; Fischer, B.; McCartney, J.; Johnson, G. (Second rowl : Pettit, J.; Mercer, B.; Zigrong, V.; Paul, H.; Duggon, T.; Mrs. Wallace Crume; Peters, ).; Graves, E.; Von Dusen, D.; Davidson, A.; Johnson, F.; Ryerson, P. (Third row) : Briles, C; McGirr, E.; Ingles, P.; Wolpert, M.; Cooper, J.; Home, M. J.; Babel, A.; Boschen, C; Rodes, M.; Kayse, K.; McKenney, ).; Pope, A.; Armstrong, G. L.; Smith, N.; Philyaw, S. C. (Fourth row) : Small, B.; Craig, J.; Moser, P.; Turner, L.; Mayer, N.; Graham, B.; Avis, L.; Poe, J.; Hogan, S.; Avis, E.; Daniel, N.; Pittman, F.; Budde, J. ' % ' " GAMMA MU DELTA aAMMA Claire Bailey Martha Baker Irene Blalock Elizabeth Dorey Margaret Earnest Jane Free! Mary Garstt MEMBERS Shirley Gregory Evelyn Gustafson Martha Hall Barbara Lewis Patricia Lyon Patricia Martin Ann Mize Jo Anne Norfleet jean Raiford Louise Spaeth Katherine Thomas Frances Tuttle Betty Jo Woods No, they weren ' t very mad! Jacolyn Andre Isabelle Arflin Nancy Crole Beverly Edenfield Patricia Filson PLEDGES Sarah Howard Borbcra Jones Joan Lenzen Betty McDearmid Carolyn Moore Nancy Munt Catherine Prevedel Carolyn Read Jeanne Thomson This couldn ' t be church. DELTA GAMMAS OFFICIALLY INSTALLED ON CAMPUS IN THE FALL OF 1951 The Delta Gamma ' s were newly installed on the campus of Florida State University in September of 1951. Since their arrival, they have been a very active group. In individual honors they shine . . . Delta Gamma ' s are found in Garnet Key . . . Village Vamps . . . Cotillion . . . Sophomore Council . . . " F " Club . . . Tarpon. They also boast the vice-president of the senior class and a Smoke Signals Calendar Girl. Fraternity parties . . . coast trips . . . and best of all, Delta Gamma Week-end where Wakulla Lodge was the site of the Anchor Cotillion on the Ides of March. The Delta Gamma ' s assisted the Campus Chest Drive this yeOr at F.S.U. Their main project is supporting the very worthy cause. Sight Conservation and Aid to the Blind. BARBARA LEWIS OFFICERS President Barbara Lewis Vice-President Margaret Earnest Secretary Pat Lyon Treasurer Jane Freel (First row, left to right) : Arflin, L; Reed, C; Gustofson, E.; Bailey, C; Croll, N.; Daist, M. (Second row) ; Freel, ).; Earnest, M.; Greg- ory, S.; Mrs. W. ). Thigpen; Lewis, M.; Lyons, P.; Maker, M.; Dorey, L. (Third row) : Andrews, N.; Norfleet, J. A.; Munt, N.; Mc- Dearmid, B.; Raiford, j.; Thomas, K.; Tuttle, F,; Prevedel, C; Filson, P.; Andre, J.; Spaeth, L.; Thomson, ).; Martin, P.; Woods, B. J., Mize, A.; Jones, B. A.; Blalock, I.; Hull, M. A. M- 1 ■ X ALPHA SIGMA CHAPTER k I H Lois Lee Absher lean Beasley Sue Beasley Shirley Bowden Norma Jean Broddock Betty Dale Callicott Kathryn Davis Gloria Edelman Betty England Virginia French Dorothy Frierson Carolyn Haire Pat Hampton Barbara Ann Browne Carol Ann Davis Pat Gray Alice Jones DELTA ZETA MEMBERS Peggy Hardy Gerry Harrington Betty Henkel June Hinson Shirley Hurlbert Annie-Claire Irvine Peggy Jester Harriet Knight Shirley Knight Nancy Lane Marilyn Lingo Jean Maguire Marion Martin Mary Ann Mayo PLEDGES Dorothy Pace Ann Phillips Melbo June Snapp Patsy Stephens Joyce Sutton Shirley McLain Jean Moreau Jane Reeves Phyllis Ridgway Jo Anne Roberts Frances Jane Sauls Mildred Smith Natholyn Stephens Lois Strickland Claudia Thomas Carol Trimmer Betty Turner Patsy Wright Irene Taylor Lou Rene Voges Lenora Windhoa Kay Jenkins Such a revealing situation! Are you lost. Sir? DELTA ZETA ' S CELEBRATED THEIR GOLDEN JUBILEE. The golden lamp of Delta Zeta first appeared on the campus of Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, October 24, 1902. From that small beginning the sorority has grown into an organiza- tion of 75 college chapters and over 100 alumnae chapters. Marching under the banner of old rose and vieux green and holding ever before us the ideals of sisterhood and service symbolized by the Killarney Rose, we have dedicated our work and play this year to a fulfillment of these ideals. This has been a successful year for Alpha Sigma chapter in working toward that goal. The chapter has taken for its main project the adoption of a needy Tallahassee family. We are well represented in campus activities and honoraries with Marilyn Lingo, Phyllis Ridgway, and Frances Jane Sauls in Kappa Delta Pi; Shirley Hurlbert, chairman of the Campus Chest Drive and selected for Who ' s Who; Shirley Knight, a Circus star and member of Cotillion. Some scenes from the year 1951 -52 which may be gone but never forgotten . . . Nancy and Gloria being carried protesting to the shower . . . but that ' s the price of being pinned . . . the wedding of Dot Frierson and J. B. Bachman in the house . . . Mother Dinny trying to rid the walk of the U. of F. brand left by some thoughtful Gainesville " Pilgrim " ... a sad glimpse of what June will bring as we lost two seniors in February . . . those frat parties and serenades . . . the worried expression of the director at rehearsal for Campus Sing . . . the endless bridge game in a certain room at the front of the house . . . " Could I borrow your evening slippers " ... 5 minutes before that 1 :30 bus to G ' ville . . . blissful expression on the pledges ' faces as they were served breakfast by the actives after Actives ' Night Out . . . " Moonlight and Roses " at the very successful Rose Weekend . . . Virginia and " Roberta " be- coming synonymous . . . the last strain of the Devotional in the darkening parlor. SUE BEASLEY OFFICERS President Sue Beasley Vice-President Claudia Thomas Secretary Carolyn Haire Treasurer Natholyn Stephens Lane, N.; Strickland, L. W. Dinwiddie; Thomas, ; Sauls, F. ),; Henkel, B. C; Jester, P.; Stephens, (First row, left to right) : Wright, P.; Hardy, P.; Hurlbert, S.; Edelman, G.; Roberts, |.; (Second rowl : Braddock, N. J.; Turner, B.; Frierson, D.; Haire, C; Beasley, S.; Mrs. C. N.; England, B.; Mayo, M. A. (Third row) : Bowden, S.; Knight, S.; Reeves, |.; Windham, L.; Callicott, B. D.; Irvine, A. C; Absher, L,; Lingo, M.; Browne, B.; Davis, C. A.; Sutton, ).; Trimmer, C; Snapp, M. (Fourth row) : Stephens, P.; Ridgway, P.; Martin, M.; Harring- ton, G.; Hinson, J.; Alexander, E.; Hampton, P.; Smith, M.; Davis, K.; Maguire, ).; Moreau, J.; Beasley, J.; Knight, H. -: ■% . i ' • W: ' M ' i-; bO , mfmm BETA MU CHAPTER )anis Beovich Dottie Ruth Bridges Betty G. Brown Evelyn Carter Clara Cornelias Jeanne De Camps Dorothy Douglas Jayne Etchison Arden Eubanks Elaine Hannahs GAMMA PHI BETA MEMBERS Eleanor Gage Romania Ingram Edwina Jenkins Dorothy Jiretz Mary B. Key Jane Kirk Elinor Knox Clelia Lancaster Anne McCurdy Fay Miller Millie O ' Neal Peggy Page Del Peter Betty Ann Pierce Janet Rawls Mary A. Seidner Martha Watkins Barbara S. Weeks Mary L. Wells PLEDGES Helen Lawler Cecil Gatlin Clarice Jones Ruth Webb Ginger Pendleton Barbara Jones Anne L. Hays Sue Free Yvonne Warren Joyce Suber Margaret Valero June Morgan Dorothy Curtis Face exercises? ' f What ' s in the hat? GAMMA PHI BETA ' S WERE WINNERS OF THE 1951 CAMPUS SING CONTEST. Their shining crescent moon led the Gommo Phi ' s through a whirlwind of activities on campus this year. . . . A Gamma Phi was chosen Kappa Sigma Sweetheart, two were invited to join the Modern Dance Club, and others were outstanding in the Home Economics Club, Tarpon, Junior and Sophomore Council, Traffic court, " F " club, and the Flambeau Staff. Highlight of the year was the Gamma Phi Beta weekend featuring a Dogpatch party and their annual " Crescent Ball " where their new president was presented. Hard at work with their studies. Gamma Phi girls were initiated into Phi Beta Kappa, Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma Alpha Iota, Pi Kappa Lambda, and Zeta Phi Eta. Gamma Phi ' s also won the Little Brown Jug Sing in 1951, helped with the annual Poppy Day sale which is sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary, and gave Christmas toys to South City School. Fret parties, serenades from their bal- cony, initiation, open houses after the football games, Christ- mas caroling, and a week-end at camp rounded out a very suc- cessful year. BETTY ANN PIERCE OFFICERS President Betty Ann Pierce Vice-President Eleanor Gage Secretary Jeanne De Camps Treasurer Clelia Lancaster (First row, left to right) : Free, S.; Seidner, M. A.; Bridges, D.; Pendleton, G.; Etchison, ).; Jenkins, E.; De Camps, J.; Rawls, J.; Peter, D. (Second row) : Weeks, B.; Hays, A. L.; Watkins, M.; Lancaster, C; Pierce, B. A.; Mrs. E. E. Daley; Gage, E.; Brown, B. G.; Ingram, R.; O ' Neal, M. (Third row) : Wells, M. L.; Carter, E.; Miller, F.; Morgan, J.; Lawler, H.; Eubanks, A.; Jiretz, D.; Key, M. B.; McCurdy, A.; Kirk, J. (Fourth row) : Cornelias, C; Gatlin, C; Douglas, D.; Beovich, J.; Valero, M.; Hannah, E.; Knox, E.; Suber, J.; Page, P.; Webb, R. BETA NU CHAPTER 7 l-:f? A (D A ; KAPPA ALPHA THETA Ardis Bourland Janie Bugg Nancy Casey Connie Condict Alynn Cordell Susan Coolidge Jeanie Craig S ' Anne Davis Bess Enge Ruth Hoberkorn Shirley Haire Edna Oliver Halton Mildred Burroughs Joan Carson Joan Edwards Jeanne Hailey Charlotte Hardy Donna Lou Harper Ann Hayes MEMBERS Jackie Harrington Evelyn Harrison Claire Kenyon Nina Jean Lester Audrey Lewis Barbara Luff Katharine Mason Yvonne McCarthy Beth Melson Darlene Missio Jackie Morris Carole Peterson Barbara Pettit Fran Powell Alexis Shaw Ann Sheffield Gerry Siiva Betty Srygley Marilyn Stevens Ann Strickland Jean Swett Dorothy Ann Taprell Nancy Vaughn Jackie Wenger PLEDGES Sara Hollingsworth Jo Ann Hutto Sandra Lund Mary Beth McDonnel Jeanne Parker Shelley Parker Angle Pinder Janet Stork Kathleen Veal Terese Vernon Nancy Wehner Jane McKneely Pat Meredith « „- ,k!-. SSt.l-uv- " ' ' - ' " ' Thel-a hats for sale. Kow, really, girls! THETA ' S CLAIRE KENYON HAD LEAD IN THE 1952 SANDSPUR PRODUCTION. Outstanding on campus, the Theta ' s boast the 1950-51 Sigma Chi Sweetheart . . . the lead in the Sandspur Production . . . Intramural Trophy . . . President of Newman Club . . . mem- bers in the Sophomore Hop Court, Cotillion, Circus, Village Vamps, Tarpon, Judiciary, Sophomore Council, Freshman Flunkies, Sigma Alpha Iota, Gamma Sigma Epsilon and Alpha Lambda Delta. The Theta Football Team helped to make this year ' s " Pow- der Bowl Game " one of the most exciting events of the year. Such outstanding projects as working with the Institution of Speech Correction and giving toys and clothes to needy chil- dren at Christmas are also a credit to the Kappa Alpha Theta ' s. BESS ENGE OFFICERS President Bess Enge Vice-President Dorothy Ann Taprell Secretary Ruth Haberkorn Treasurer Yvonne McCarthy (First row, left to right) : Craig, ].; Lewis, A.; Swett, J.; Shaw, A.; Melson, B.; Cordeli, A.; Sheffield, A.; Peterson, C; Kenyon, C; Casey, N.; Vaughn, N. (Second row) : Condict, C; Pettit, B.; Harrington, J.; Haberkorn, R.; Taprell, D. A.; Mrs. F. S. Vernay; Enge, B.; Haire, S.; Missio, D.; Silva, G.; Harrison, E.; Mooney, S.; Coolidge, S. (Third row) : Pinder, A.; Edwards, ).; Veal, K.; Hardy, C; Srygley, B.; Wehner, N.; Bugg, J.; McCarthy, Y.; Bourland, A.; Burroughs, M.; Parker, J.; Strickland, A.; Hayes, A.; McDonell, M. B. (Fourth row) : Hailey, J.; Harper, D. L.; Stephens, M.; Mason, K.; Wenger, J.; Stark, J.; Holton, E. O.; Slovens, C; Vernon, T.; Hutto, J. A.; Lund, S.; Carson, J.; Parker, S.; Hollingsworth, S. KAPPA ALPHA CHAPTER Eunice Barnes Joline Belcher Laurel Boggs Sara Brewer Beverly Bunkes Pat Caro Gertrude Carey Jenny Carper Petrea Campbel Betty Claik Rcy Coleman Eleonor Cooper Betty Cordell Virginia Anderson Nancy Bond Mary Lynn Brown Barbara Crawford Joan Dozier Holly Ficht KAPPA DELTA MEMBERS Mary Hope Fuller Sally Gerzen Jockie Gloss Barbara Goleman Eleanor Green Charlott.3 Hartwell Anne hlawkins Bertha Jean Holm h is Johnson Jo Anne Lassiter Shirley Lavender Connie Marple Lillian Martin Joanne Moon Harriett Owsley LeII Pinkston Jennie Lu Reale Elizabeth Reece Eleanor Scott Mary Taylor Gale Tomlinson Kathleen Toole Pat Vines Mary West Joyce Whiddon PLEDGES Kay Fields Lynda Helms Madeline Johnson Ann MacKay Betty Jo Miller Rae Miller Bettye Ann Ray Pat Smoak Lois Stroup Margaret Ann Weaver Ann Williams Edith Bryant Hey, you in the center, mad? Beatin ' on o tom-tom. KAPPA DELTA ' S WORKED WITH THE TALLAHASSEE CRIPPLED CHILDREN ' S CLINIC. Entertainments have been numerous at the Kappa Delta House this year . . . Sunday night coffees, week-ends at camp, the Christmas party, chapter banquets, the Easter party and the biggest event of all, K D Week-end held at Wakulla. The Kappa Delta ' s spent much of their time working at the Tallahassee Crippled Children ' s Clinic and visiting the chil- dren ' s ward at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital to read to the children. The K. D. ' s are proud of their members in Sophomore Council, Circus, Cotillion, Village Vamps, Tarpon, Senate, and members on the modern dance team. Phi Beta Kappa, Kappa Delta Pi, and Garnet Key members are also found in this chapter, plus the senior, junior, sophomore and freshman class officers, a record to be proud of! When it comes to music, the K D ' s are right on top . . . the Choral Union, University Singers and Sandspur all boast of outstanding Kappa Delta ' s. A lot of hard work and much fun gave the K D ' s a year long to be remembered. BETTY CLARK OFFICERS President Betty Clark Vice-President Eunice Barnes Secretary Pat Coro Treasurer lo Anne Lassiter (First row, left to right) : Stroup, L.; Williams, A.; Dozier, J.; Fields, K.; Helms, L.; Miller, B. ). (Second row) : Johnson, M.; Anderson, v.; Ray, B. A.; Smoak, P.; Brown, M. L.; MacKay, A.; Miller, R.; Ficht, H.; Bond, N. (Third row) : Martin, L.; Coleman, R.; Goleman, B.; Caro, P.; Barnes, E.; Clark, B.; Lassiter, J. A.; Cooper, E.; West, M,; Hawkins, A.; Carey, G.; Holm, B. J. (Fourth row) : Glass, J.; Reale, J. L.; Carper, J.; Dickerson, ).; Hortwell, C; Bunker, B.; Belcher, J.; Pinkston, L.; Owsley, H,; Cordell, B,; Brewer, S.; Taylor, M.; Lavender, S.; Green, E.; Moon, ]. (Fifth row) : Scott, E.; Reece, E.; Vines, P.; Getzen, S.; Tomlinson, G.; Campbell, P.; Johnson, I.; Fuller, M. H.; Toole, K.; Crawford, B.; Whiddon, J.; Boggs, L.; Marple, C. s ] %- TS ALPHA EPSILON CHAPTER Helen Abrams Arlene Amend Phyllis Bayley Mary Browder Sally Browder Lucindo Carson Ann Chandley Frances Clark Pat Cloud Hilda Copeland Carol Gray Carol Henderson Marian Anderson Carol Brannon Carol Brown Joan Hough Musidore Jordan Kay King MEMBERS Betty Jack Johnson Bettlu Kabeary Myra Kight Polly Anne Lassiter Virginia Lee Adelaide Lindsey Jean Martin Sylvia Marini Marjorie Meckstroth Barbara Lou Michael Sue Mundee Katherine Oliver PHI Mil Edna Page Jacqueline Pearson Pat Roehling Gloria Smith Katherine Skogitead Anice Spencer Shirley Tanner Alice Thompson Nancy True Louise Ware Phylis Whisenant PLEDGES Mary Ann McFarland Selma Morgan Pat Nesper Shirley Puckett Lou Riley Barbara Summerfield Mary Grace Shoemaker Shirley Traxler Anne Tucker Dorothy Tyler Barbara White Carolyn Williams Moe Young Just chatting? See somabody you know, girls? PHI MU ' S ARE NOW RESIDING IN THEIR NEW CHAPTER HOUSE. " The White House of Phi Mu! " Yes, a dream come true. The Phi Mu ' s moved into their new home last spring just in time to celebrate their hundredth anniversary. On March 4, 1852, Phi Mu, the second oldest secret organization for women, was founded at Wesleyan College. This is indeed a starred year, for in June Macon will be the scene of a reunion of Phi Mu ' s from all over the United States. In the over 20 years that Phi Mu has been on this campus, their doorway has always been open to many phases of the university. Many a time laughter has been heard from the informal suppers with singing and skits. The other half of the fraternity world made our parties sparkle with good times. Campus leaders and personalities have been enthusiastically received by us during our regular culture hour. On a national scale as well. Phi Mu has participated in such projects as toy carts, health mobile, and scholarships. These thresholds have seen girls interested in many campus activities. Sports as well as religious groups and choral work have attracted their attention; yet a good scholastic average has been maintained. The thrill of the baton has won its number, and radio and debate work have taken their place. Proudly the Mortar Board pin and Garnet Key have been placed near the Phi Mu shield — often beside more masculine ones! Now we are eagerly looking forward to another century as wonderful as the past one when our white house will have heard and loved the footsteps of many adventures to come! MARGIE MECKSTROTH OFFICERS President Margie Meckstroth Vice-President Jean Martin Secretary Louise Ware Treasurer Sue Mundee (First row, left to right! : Tucker, A.; McFarland, M. A.; Puckett, S.; Hough, J.; Anderson, M. (Second row) : Lassiter, P.; Nesper, P.; Brown, C; Williams, C; Brannon, B.; King, K.; Jordan, M.; Summerfield, B.; Cloud, P. (Third row) : Riley, L.; Carson, L.; Gray, C; Spencer, A.; Meckstroth, M.; Mrs. H. T. Webb; Martin, J.; Mundee, S.; Kabeary, B. L.; Traxler, S.; Young, M. (Fourth row) ; Johnson, B. J.; Michael, B.; Whisenant, P.; Henderson, C; White, B.; True, N. L.; Browder, M.; Browder, S.; Oliver, K.; Marini, S.; Page, E.; Chandley, A.; Pearson, J.; Tanner, S.; Thompson, A. (Fifth row) : Lindsey, A.; Tyler, D.; Boyley, P.; Shoemaker, M. G.; Smith, G.; Roehling, R.; Amend, A.; Skogstead, K.; Lee, V.; Clark, F.; Kight, M.; Morgan, S.; Copeland, H.; Abrams, H. Patricia Angel Joan Blalock Joan Blocker Nancy Burcham Patsy Charlette Helen Coith Pat Costello Dot Dean Judy Ellis Evelyn Gray Woodley Grizzard Elizabeth Hill Stephani Ambrose Judy Blitch Barbara Burks Mary Chambers Sue Copelin Betty Ann Munroe Betty Lee Huron m m BETA CHAPTER ««w- , s ' - PI BETA PHI MEMBERS Arra Mae Hiscock Faustelle Kennedy Sally Kennedy Jean Livingston Money McAfee Marcia Morris Jett Munroe Charlotte Oldham Mary Francis Pinkston Jo Nell Proctor Ann Rogers Lucille Rogers PLEDGES Shirley Gaskin Joanne Higgins Phoebe Jackson Mary Ann Fields Fay Morris Lois Repine Marcia Rodes Myrtle Simpson Angeline Russ Nancy Show Judy Simkins Doris jean Smith Kay Upson jean Wade janis Ward Mary Virginia Wolfe Sarah Sullenberger Libby Sullenberger Barbara Henry Jo Anne Moore Nancy Sweetmon Pat Turnley Nancy Sossaman Betty Lu Wharton Dot Wells Ann Wiley Barbara Williams Musical, aren ' t we? Pi Phi Homecoming Float. PI PHI ' S SALLY KENNEDY REIGNED AS HOMECOMING QUEEN. Every cutie wants to be in a fraternity . . . sing out " Arrow " gals . . . rush week, fuss and flurry . . . competition from hammers and saws ... at lost! ... a new house and twenty- two pledges . . . football . . . sittin ' in a wigwam . . . jump high big and little Munroe . . . Homecoming . . . our gal Sal, Queen . . . now it ' s time for all you little girls to learnity . . . mid-semesters . . . books between bridge hands . . . and . . . a prize! . . . the Scholarship Cup now reposes . . . serenades on the stairway . . . and little misses all in P.J. ' s! . . . Lucille, Jet t, and Doris Jean, the picture of dignity in Mortar Board . . . for Garnet Key, a repeat performance with Jo Nell, too! . . . Phoebe, President of Freshman Flunkies . . . Sophomore Council, U.G.A., Cotillion ... we are Pi Phi ' s all . . . Powder Bowl game with Theta ' s . . . the war cry of Pi Phi, 19-18 . . . with crutches and liniment bottles . . . but ... we won! . . . blue jeans to frothy formals ... all in a day ' s work ... Pi Phi weekend and a musical madhouse . . . the best ever! . . . Meals in our house now .... Mother P., you ' re wonderful! . . . Big plans, parties, friends, and studies . . . goodbye for awhile . . . Seniors farewell . . . bright days . . . happy days . . . The Arrow of Pi Phi. JEAN LIVINGSTON OFFICERS President jean Livingston Vice-President Evelyn Gray Secretary Joan Blalock Treasurer Mary Virginia Wolfe (First row, left to right) : Repine, L.; Upson, K.; Peter, P.; Turnley, P.; Wells, D.; Herron, B. L. (Second row i : Shaw, N.; Chorlette, P.; Costello, P.; Blocker, ).; Rodes, M.; Kennedy, S.; Dean, D.; Moore, ].; Rogers, A.; Burcham, N. (Third row) : Russ, A.; Gray, E.; Bla- lock, J.; Coith, H.; Rogers, L.; Livingston, J.; Smith, D. J.; Wolfe, M. V.; Oldham, C; Grizzard, W.; Wade, ).; Munroe, ). (Fourth row) : Morris, F.; Willey, A.; Sweetman, N.; Gaskin, S.; Kennedy, B.; Wharlon, B. L.; Ellis, J.; Henry, B.; Chambers, M.; Fields, M. A.; Pinkston, B.; Biitch, ).; Jackson, P.; Proctor, J. N.; McAfee, N. (Fifth row) : Mjnroe, B. A.; Burks, B. A.; Ambrose, S.; Stebbens, M.; Sullenberger, S.; Sullenberger, L.; Angel, P.; Higgins, J.; Simkins, J.; Morris, M.; Sossamon, N.; Williams, B.; Ward, J.; Hill, E. f n ALPHA SIGMA CHAPTER Jean Alderman Anne Barber Mary Nep Bishop Frankie Brownlee Jo Carolyn Campbell Anna Marie Crane Anne Dolton Barbara Gates Patsy Gates Shirley Bennett Shirley Bradshaw Beverly Browne Patsy Cooper Anne Davis Delores Duguid Gaynelle Gainer Joyce Grosser SIGMA KAPPA MEMBERS Ruthie Garst Elaine Geiger Jane Godfrey Anne Godfrey Jean Hinson Marguerite Hughes June Keirstead Mary Anne Morgan Nancy Mueller Joan Powell PLEDGES Mary Harris Jane Helms Kotherine Kent Alberta Large Nancy Seavey Pot Ward Shirley Wilson Elizabeth Rutz Peg Redding Catherine Register Bettie Robinson Terry Stein Jean Sullivan Mary Sue Walker Beverly Ward Joan Wilson Joan Grosser Marian Bennett Nancy Jackson Patsy Meal Pat Cummins Marian Mattair Gail Jackson Jeanne Reynolds And whot ' s this on the richt? Well, what ' s your wish? SIGMA KAPPA ' S RUTHIE GARST WAS NAMED 1952 ORANGE BOWL QUEEN. Sigma Kappa ' s will long remember their December weekend highlighted by the Winter Wonderland Ball at Wakulla Lodge, a picnic at Silver Lake and dinners at the house. They are proud to claim the 1952 Queen of the Orange Bowl, Ruthie Garst, and two FSU Calendar girls, De De Duguid and Ruthie. Sigma Kappa was well represented in the Sandspur Pro- duction by Marion Mattair, Patsy Neal, Patsy Cooper and Janie Helms. Other talents are found in their nine circus members, cheerleaders, " F " Club, Cotillion, Sigma Delta Pi, Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma Alpha Iota, Gamma Sigma Epsilon members and Junior Counselors. Unforgettable memories of fraternity parties, coast parties at Dalton ' s and those unique pledge songs made the year complete. ANNE GODFREY OFFICERS President Anne Godfrey Vice-President Mary Nep Bishop Secretary Anne Barber Treasurer lean Alderman (First row, left to right) ; Hinson, ).; Redding, P.; Hughes, M.; Robin:on, B.; Mueller, N.; Grosser, J.; Wolker, M. S.; Grubb, ), (Second rowl : Ward, B.; Powell, j.; Gates, B.; Barber, A.; Bishop, M. N.; Mrs. ). 0. Cosper; Godfrey, A.; Alderman, ),; Register, C.; Morgan, M. A.; Crane, A. M. (Third row) : Duguid, D.; Kent, K., Harris, M.; Davis, A.; Cooper, P.; Large, A.; Grosser, ).; Garst, R.; Keirstead, ).; Wilson, J.; Dalton, A.; Bennett, S.; Geiger, E. (Fourth row) : Seavey, N.; Gainer, G.; Kerr, A.; Brownlee, F.; Ward, P.; Wilson, S.; Sulli- van, ).; Stein, T.; Gates, P.; Brown, B.; Bradshaw, S.; Helms, J. pm : %■ BETA GAMMA CHAPTER Becky Anderson Betty Anthony Becky Brown Janet Burroughs Barbara Caruthers Anona Collins Pat Comer Bettye Connell Joan Day Marion Edmunds Sally Ellis ZETA TAU ALPHA MEMBERS Marilyn Falls Barbara Franklin Betty Gardner Betty Ann Gaskin Alice Jackson Leila Lynch Marinel Morrison Virginia Musselman Norma Mcintosh Audrey Oliver Alice jean Phillips PLEDGES Mary Ruth Armstrong Lee Gwynn lola Arnold Dorothy Browning Margaret Cantey Charis Coulter Betty Cromartie Diedre Darnell Patsy Potter Tanya Roche Virginia Ru:sell Caryl Ann Schuneman Joyce Smith Mary Stuart Smith Marilyn Stigler Jo Wade Peggy Wade Martha Wilkerson Nancy Wilson Beverly Lipthrott Pat Lorimier Henrietta McConnell Barbara Meadows Marian Meide VgI Newberry Pat Pettigrew Sally Reed Suzie Tindell Mary Lou Turner Canoro Van Hoose Jackie Wilkerson Ann Yates lusf socializing. Our own lii-l-le Rembrandt ' s. ZETA ' S BETTY ANN GASKIN IS CHOSEN DELTA TAU DELTA QUEEN. Many happy moments have filled the hours of work and play for the wearers of the crown and shield. As each month rolled by we stacked away many never-to-be-forgotten memories in our scrapbook for future reference. The highlight of these activities was the starlit weekend in March beginning with a Scavenger Hunt on Friday night. Our loot ranged all the way from live rabbits and patched auto tires to old Virginia licenses. Everyone enjoyed a rip-roaring good time, but it by no means surpassed the beautiful Stardust Ball held on Sat- urday night; it was at this time that our new initiates for 1 952 were formally presented. The end to a wonderful weekend was held at the coast, as evidenced by all the sunburned backs and noses. The round of Christmas parties before the holidays kept us busy — Santa Clous giving out gifts to cerebral palsy children, decorating the tree, and the chapter party when mother ' s and daughters exchanged gifts. Alice Jackson serving as Chief Justice of University Court . . . Mary Stuart Smith in Judiciary . . . Senator Coulter . . . D. B. as Vice-President of Jennie . . Smoke Signals Editors . . . Tally-Ho . . . seven members in Tarpon . . . Betty Ann and Caruthers . . . always popular . . . anyone for Bridge? . . . Rover ' s Committee . . . Pledge project . . . Theta Chis help and we paint the shutters and railing . . . Delt pins . . . birthday parties . . . serenading . . . tear-streaked faces as our seniors bid us fond farewells ... MARILYN FALLS OFFICERS President Marilyn Falls Vice-President Marilyn Stigler Secretary Joan Day Treasurer Joyce Smith (First row, left to right) : Oliver, A.; Ellis, S.; Gardner, B.; MacConnell, H.; Connell, B.; Phillips, A. J.; Mcintosh, N.; Smith, M. S.; Turner, M. L. (Second row) : Jackson, A.; Wade, J.; Anderson, B.; Caruthers, B.; Stigler, M.; Falls, M.; Mrs. Edna Brown; Day, ).; Smith, |.; Collins, A.; Anthony, B. (Third row) : Lorimier, P.; Russell, V.; Edmunds, M.; Burroughs, J.; Wilkerson, M.; Armstrong, M. R.; Roche, T.; Browning, D.; Arnold, I.; Ross, B.; Coulter, C; Schunsmon, C. A.; Wade, P.; Comer, P.; Franklin, B.; Musselman, V. (Fourth row) : Yates, A.; Cantey, M.; Gaskin, B. A.; Lipthrott, B.; Meadows, B.; Pettigrew, P.; Lynch, L.; Wilson, N.; Wilkerson, ).; Brown, B.; Morrison, M.; Van Hoose, C. -» EPSILON SfGMA CHAPTER % L« V " MiX V ALPHA OMEGA Robert Adams Walter Baldwin Les Baynard George Benedict Charles Booth Curtis Campbell Jim Dailey Jeff Davis MEMBERS Bill Dunn Nelson Italiano Steve Kalenich Oscar Laurene Dick Meade Charles Mo;by Allan AiAullins Charles Post Bryan Poston John Poston John Quinn Edward Seagram Milan Sellers Charles Smith Rudy Susege Robert Tully John Witt Soma fish! Franklin Adams George Bunn George Carnes Jerry Cigarran Neil Clark Robert Clifton Ashley Costin Bill David Eugene Davis PLEDGES Gary Folsom George Graham Reid Hardin Bob Harris Bob Harwell Mac Henley Dave Kennedy Lester Lintz Rodney McComb Dossey Merritt Marvin Mollnow Gerald Smith James Lee Taylor Jerry Westhafer Phil Wieting Robert Wilcox Ray Young Now little boy, whatcha want for Christmas??? ATO ' S FOOTBALL STAR, MIKE SELLERS, NAMED MOST VAL UABLE PLAYER OF ' 51 Epsilon Sigma Chapter of ATO, now in their new home on West Tennessee has had a very successful year. Boasting of one of the largest groups on campus ATO is well represented in campus sports, politics and a variety of activities. Eight football lettermen headed by Curtis Campbell, co-captain of the 1952 team, and Mike Sellers, Most Valuable Player of 1952, lead the parade. ATO ' s lay claim to eight members in Arnold Air Society, two track members, three basketball play- ers, three Cavalier members and six members of L ' Apache with Dick Mead as president. Other campus leaders include Bob Tully, IPC Vice-President; Dave Kennedy, Freshman Sen- ator; Bill Dunn, Delta Sigma Pi and Flambeau Managing Ed- itor; Mike Sellers, URA President; and Oscar Laurene, Presi- dent of AROTC Rifle Club. The fraternity was undefeated in basketball intramurals, winning the trophy for 1952. Outstanding social events includ e the annual pledge-active football game held on December 1st — results: Actives, 12; Pledges, 6. ATO week-end. May 16-18, was a long-to-be- remembered event. The formal dance on the 17th was a highlight of the week-end. JOHN QUINN OFFICERS President John Quinn Vice-President Robert Tully Secretory John Poston Treasurer Jim Doiley (First row, left to right): Mullins, A.; Davis, G.; Post, C; Dunn, B.; Doiley, J.; Itoliono, N.; Tully, R.; Mother Brodshow; Quinn, J. Mattice, R.; Meode, D.; Poston, J.; Booth, C. (Second row) : Streety, G.; Poston, B.; Seagram, E.; Smith, C; David, B.; Harwell, B. Merritt, D.; Baynard, L.; Clark, N.; Benedict, G.; Henley, M.; Adams, F.; Clifton, B.; Gilliam, A. (Third row) : Hardin, R.; Laurene, O. Wieting, P.; Cigarron, J.; Harris, R.; Mollnow, M.; Kennedy, D.; McCombs, R.; Bunn, G.; Wilcox, B.; Witt, J.; Sellers, M.; Kalenich, S. Young, R.; Mosley, C; Adams, R. DELTA PHI CHAPTER . v iW Mi — - |r DELTA TAII DELTA Bill Adams Teddy Aggelis Sam Blount Preston Bradley Bob Culliver Bill Cutler Jim Devereaux MEMBERS Ed Field Pratt Finlayson Fred Griffin Charles Jones John Kinsaul Delwood McDonald Bob McKenzie Ralph McWilliams Jim Morrison Steve Risley Harvey Sellers Fred Smiseth Ted Sikes Haywood Taylor Bill Yon The Big Dance. George Arrants Ray Beasely Doyle Bronton Jim Brockett Ken Chadwick Larry Cox Jim Fadigan PLEDGES Roy Godbold Don Hartsfield Herb Hendry James Hudson Ron Eiland Bill Leavitt Bill McDonald Danny Morris C. T. Noegel Elwood Parker John Pate Matt Sullivan Steve Walker Ken White Champs!! DELTA TAU DELTA PROUDLY DISPLAYS INTRAMURAL SPORTSMANSHIP TROPHY. Delta Tau Delta boasts of their many achievements and ac- complishments made during the most progressive year since installation on this campus in 1949. A few of the highlights of this year ' s happenings bear mentioning so as to better acquaint you with Delta Tau Delta. The Fraternity was awarded by Intramural the beautiful " Sportsmanship Trophy, " which is symbolic of clean group spirit and brotherhood. The Delts placed a float in the Home- coming Parade which received honorable mention. The Delts moved into their new home at the beginning of the second semester. The " Delta Shelter " on Fraternity Row is located at the foot of the hill on West Jefferson Street. The new home, which is one of the eight new buildings constructed by the University has provided facilities and accommodations that promoted better social functions A footbridge was built across a creek that passes through a section of the backyard, and a barbecue pit was constructed in a wooded area on the other side. The Delta Phi chapter celebrated its Founders ' Day on March 5, 1952, recognizing the third year of existence on this campus, and being the 83rd chapter of the National Fra- ternity which will soon be celebrating its 1 00th anniversary. The Delts who are active in extra-curricular activities are: Preston Bradley, varsity football player; Jim Morrison, varsity baseball pitcher; Robert Culliver, FSU Circus performer; El- wood Parker, varsity track; Matt Sullivan, varsity volleyball team; Jim Fadigan, gymnastic performer. Delta Tau Delta also places men in Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Kappa Psi, Circle " K " and L ' Apache. PRESTON BRADLEY OFFICERS President Preston Bradley Vice-President Haywood Taylor Secretary Pratt Finlayson Treasurer Ed Field (First row, left to right) : Kinsaul, J.; Finlayson, P.; Field, E.; Bradley, P.; Mother Lambert; Taylor, H.; McDonald, D.; Tarver, G.; Dolon, W. (Second row): Chadwick, K.; Hudson, B.; Flournoy, D.; Godbolt, R.; Sikes, T.; Culliver, B.; McWilliams, R.; Devereaux, J.; Parker, E.; Morrison, J.; Jackson, R.; Blount, J. (Third row) : Walker, S.; Jones, C; Sellers, H.; McKinzie, B.; Cutler, B.; Adams, B.; Critchon, T.; Aggeiis, T.; Griffin, F.; Free, D. Wis GAMMA ETA CHAPTER )im Ball Kingman Brittain Charles Curtis Tom Edwards Bill Ford Johnnie Fortune Bill Hess Bennie Barnwell K. D. Bliss Tommy Brown Buddy Bryant Bill Corbett James Crews John Gray Jimmy Greene KAPPA ALPHA MEMBERS Lamar Hutchison Arthur Kennerly J im Kirk Joe Lester Eugene Maples Bill Meek Tom Perkins PLEDGES Murphy Hin on Donnie Hollis John Hunnicutt George ICirby Roger Laney David Lee John McCorey Earl O ' Neal Jerry Raymond Mike Saliba Jim Taylor John Upchurch Frank Vrenna John Westberry Bob Wodrich Ray Rogers Ray Royster Tom Sends Rod Scudder Gracen Smith Gay Toler Bill Whaley J. T, Williams Chicken pilau. Tea porty??? GAMMA ETA OF KAPPA ALPHA HAS TWO BROTHERS LISTED IN WHO ' S WHO. Founded at FSU in 1945 Gamma Eta Chapter has become famous for its mint juleps and southern gentlemen. The Con- federacy was again reborn this spring with the annual Old South Ball, honoring the Kappa Alpha Rose — -Biddie Kirk. Her four rosebud attendants were Dottie Sheftoll, Marilyn Wolpert, Marilyn Lingo and Fe ' Pittman. The Convivium dinner on January 19th celebrating the birth of Robert E. Lee was a great success. Winner of the Balfour intra-mural trophy in 1950-51, K A was again active in intramurals, copping both the volleyball and golf intramural trophies. In University Government we claim the Vice-President of U.G.A., President of the Freshman Class, and two members of Who ' s Who. Circus stars Johnny Fortune and Charlie Floyd, Omicron Delta Kappa member, James Ball, and Bob Wodrich, Earl O ' Neal, Tom Brown, Tommy Owen, football, were some of the out- standing members and pledges. In addition to these we claim members in Gold Key, Arnold Air Society, Alpha Phi Omega, Tally-Ho, L ' Apache, Cavaliers, Circus, F Club, Collegians and the Swimming Team. With its purpose in mind, that of developing men of char- acter, chivalry, and social standing. Kappa Alpha ' s are look- ing forward to another year with its full share of work and fun. JIM KIRK OFFICERS President Jim Kirk Vice-President Jim Ball Secretary-Treasurer John Westberry (First row, left to right) : Mollis, D.; Taylor, J.; Hutchison, L.; Upchu. ' ch, J.; Westberry, J.; Mother Tilden; Kirk, ].; Boll, J.; Brittain, K.; Kennerly, A.; Perkins, T.; Williams, J. (Second row) : Barnwell, B,; Ford, B.; Lester, J.; Hinson, M.; McCarey, ).; Vrenna, F,; Raymond, J.; Laffitte, M.; Royster, R. (Third row) : Fortune, J.; Corbett, B.; Bliss, K.; Edwards, T.; Maples, G.; Hunnicutt, J.; Hess, B.; Meek, B.; Crews, J.; Smith, G.; Laney, R.; White, B. Inl i i m ' » T W EPSILON SIGMA CHAPTER KAPPA SIGMA James Berg Jack Blackburn George Bowers Jack Brown Steve Edwards Richard Fritz William Herson MEMBERS Worth Henson Hugh Hill Paul Knepper Richard Lapp John Lattner Robert Rcwiett Joe Rutherford Clyde Stonoland Paxton Stockton Garland Stokes J. D. Sykes Kenneth V ' eed Gene Work Kappa Sig ' s lure Hatters. Reid Donaldson Murray Fadiol Charles Hei:ner PLEDGES Fred Hodges Frank Nelson James Rogers Ed Sheppard Howard Stoll Robert Welch Smile and the world smiles with you. KAPPA SIGMA ' S HOMECOMING FLOAT NAMED BEST AND MOST ORIGINAL. The first year on campus as a national fraternity proved to be very successful for the Kappa Sigs. Their first honor was winning the trophy for most original float in the 1951 Home- coming parade. Leading Kappa Sig ' s were Jack Blackburn, drum major of the Marching Chiefs; Garland Stokes, President of IFC; George Bowers and Edward Sheppard, Circus; Steve Edwards, University Symphony and State Symphony of Florida; Charles Heisner, chief engineer, WFSU and Pow-Wow Staff; Gene Work, President of the Industrial Arts Club; John Lattner and Fred Hodges, Arnold Air Society; Steve Edawrds and Jack Blackburn, Phi Mu Alpha; Garland Stokes, Alpha Kappa Psi. At their annual Black and White Ball Faye Miller was crowned queen of Kappa Sigma. Later in May chapters from Florida, Georgia, and Alabama gathered at FSU for their an- nual conclave. This was highlighted by a big dance held at the American Legion Home. On Founders ' Day we held a banquet at the Cherokee Hotel in which the Worthy Grand Treasurer was honor guest. He presented the Scholarship Award to Bill Henson, and Steve Edwards received the Man of the Year Award. STEVE EDWARDS, )R. OFFICERS President Steve Edwards, Jr. Vice-President Kenneth Weed Secretary Jack Blackburn Treasurer John Lattner (First row, left to right) : Stokes, G.; Lattner, J.; Hill, H.; Edwards, S.; Mother Lloyd; Week, K.; Blackburn, J.; Rutherford, J.; Lapp, R. (Second row) : Welch, R.; Fritz, R.; Heisher, C; Rogers, J.; Fadial, M.; Standland, C; Stockton, C; Rowlett, B.; Donaldson, R. (Third row) : Henson, W.; Berg, J.; Hodges, F.; Henson, B.; Sykes, J.; Knepper, P.; Work, G.; Brown, J.; Sheppard, E.; Bowers, G. ZETA RHO CHAPTER kM ' «i V ll Bill Aspey Art Baughman Joe Bunnell Van Butler Charlie Cain Bob Carcstro Dick Cloridge Bill Crook Bill Cummins LAMBDA CHI ALPHA MEMBERS Charlie Drake Hugh Ellingworth Ted Emoty Bob Greene Guy Kirby Jack Kerzan Eddie Kwest Jim Landry Ed Lockord Leo Mitchell Will Pennell Bob Ryals E. B. Smith Mitchell Sutherland Dick Vaughn Willie Wesley Dick Kurras Bill McClellan Dougal McMillan PLEDGES Jim Bishop Jack Hanley Bill Suttlemyre Tom Burst Jack Hopkins Stan Tippin Jim Brockett Gene Lowler Bill Toole Howard Chambers Frank Lcrck Bill Wagner Frank Fucile Joe Miller George Willis Philip Gloob Dave Pinson Bob Wyatt Lambda Chis Move out- and English Profs move in. Injun? LAMBDA CHI ALPHA ' S CRESCENT BALL WAS OUTSTANDING SOCIAL EVENT. This was another good year of fun and brotherhood for the Lambda Chi Alphas. Their new home proved an ideal setting for many social events, climaxed by the Crescent Ball and coronation of the Crescent Boll darling in May. The Grayton Beach party will long be remembered. Will Pennell, President of University Government Associa- tion and Joe Bunnell and James Landry, Senators, were leaders in campus politics. Bob Ryals was elected Senior Representa- tive to Senate in the U. G. A. elections. The Lambda Chi ' s were winners of the Annual Charity Bowl contest played against Theta Chi in Doak Campbell Stadium. In addition to 100% blood donation in the ODK sponsored Red Cross Blood Drive the Lambda Chi ' s have held many other worthy projects and social events. ROBERT RYALS OFFICERS President Robert Ryals Vice-President Joseph Bunnell Secretary Robert Carastro Treasurer Richard Vaughn (First row, left to right! : Butler, V.; Wesley, W.; McClellan, W.; Vaughn, R.; Carastro, B.; Ryals, B.; Mother Morrow; Bunnell, ],; Pen- nell, W.; Landry, J.; McMillan, D.; Tippin, S. (Second row) : Brockett, J.; Aspey, W.; Cummins, W.; Kurras, R.; Mitchell, L.; Mr. W. F. Morrow; Wooten, P.; Kerzan, J.; Greene, B.; Giaab, P.; Lorch, F. (Third row! : Fucile, F.; Miller, J.; Sutherland, M.; Suttlemyer, B, C; Hopkins, G.; Wagner, B.; Pinson, D.; Cain, C; Smith, E. B.; Bishop, J.; Chambers, H. . FLORIDA GA . u , ■ ' ■ X A CHAPTER ' Stephen Bailey James Berry Owen Boone John Burnett John Butler Donald Cooper Anges Craft Thomas Cumble Walter Jardine Arthur Allwood John Baruch Richard Benson Robert Berto Charles Brown Jude Dunfee Ralph Eagleton Kent Edwards PHI DELTA THETA MEMBERS Charles Johnson Charles Jones David Lang Bernhardt Leynes Thomas McLaughlin Robert O ' Connel Lamar Powell Robert Rhoden Robert Serros PLEDGES Sam Faulkner Douglas Grider Jack Houser Edward James Carl Jolley Scott Jordon John Karlowicz Ralph McCanna Walter Stokesberry George Story Victor Szczepcnik James Thompson Richard Turk Richard Wells Herbert Wiles Dale Wyngarden Arthur Nixon Tom Overstreet Joseph Parker James Peacock Hal Rutland Harry Truluck Don Whitehead One for the road! My, don ' t I dance well?!! PHI DELTA THETA WINS TRACK TROPHY FOR THIRD TIME. As always the Phi Delts were active in the social aspects of campus life this past year. There were many parties beginning with the Bowery Ball held during Rush Week, and the Phi Delt-SAE Beer Bowl game. The year was climaxed by the annual weekend in the spring. This was highlighted by a dance at the Country Club. Also interested in philanthropic work, the Phi Delts along with the Alpha Delta Pi ' s entertained the underprivileged children at a Christmas party. Outstanding Phi Delts were Vic Szczepanik, co-captain of the 1952 Seminoles; Tom McLaughlin, all-conference center, basketball team; Tom Cumbie, golf team; Dick Turk, Charlie Brown and John Karlowiz, football; Dick Wells, co-captain of the swimming team; Walter Jardine, Owen Boone, and Eddie James, swimming team; Tom Cumbie, Honor Court; Buddy Leynes, Men ' s Judicial Court; Jim Berry, tennis; and Don Whitehead, Freshman Senator. HERBERT L. WILES OFFICERS President Herbert L. Wiles Vice-President Robert N. Serros Secretary Charles D. Jones Treasurer Robert V. Rhoden (First row, left to right) : Whitehead, D.; Faulkner, S.; )olly, B,; Edwards, K.; Butler, J.; Boone, 0.; Nixon, A.; Carter, R.; Rutland, H Eagleton, R.; James, E. (Second row) : Cumbie, T.; Story, G.; Leynes, B.; Land, D.; Herbert, W.; Mrs. Cora Rogers; Kuersteiner, K Serros, B.; Rhoden, B.; Powell, L.; McLaughlin, T. (Third row): Jones, C; Jardine, W.; Allwood, A.; Karlowie, ].; Berto, B.; Grider, D Bailey, S.; Benson, R.; Johnson, C; Wyngarden, D.; Cooper, D.; Szczepanik, V.; Craft, A.; Turk, D. (Fourth row) : Van Hise, D.; Parker, J.; Brown, C; Wells, D.; Overstreet, T.; O ' Connell, R.; Berry, J.; Thompson, J.; Dunfee, J.; Jordan, S.; McCanna, R.; Truluck, H. BETA IOTA CHAPTER fLnnt V " ' ' !- ■-«!»™«S».- ' PHI KAPPA TAII James Carter Jerry Conner Norbert Didier Pat Forrell Harvey Heagerty Ray Jones Hoyt Massey MEMBERS Paul McCutcheon Joseph Mills Harold Osborn Donald Remington Neal Sapp Edward Scofield John Selby Wayne Settles George Wajdowicz Jared Westberry Pete Williams George Wilsey Robert Woodburn All smiles. PLEDGES Don Anderson Alexander Lewis Charles Van Middlesworth James Brodie Norman Smith Don Vincent Jack Eichelberger Robert Stratiff James Yadon Enrique Esperdy Wayne Terry . W . Si il ifc., ' ■..-- ' ■ ' ' ■: ' ■■■• ,:■■. ■. ■ ' f |£ P : ■ ., ■ 1 1 i " ' ' ' S fc j fTt - ' ' M m mi t iH ■ ■! Mtt f The pause that refreshes. HIGHL8GHT OF PHI TAU YEAR— MOVING INTO BEAUTIFUL NEW, MODERN HOUSE. Founded with emphasis on innate worth of the individual and to promote Christian ideals and fellowship, the Phi Taus under President Ray Jones were well represented in all phases of campus life. The past year is one of fond memories for Phi Kapa Tau, outstanding of which were the annual " Carnation Ball " held in early fall, the Founder ' s Day Banquet in March, and the informal spring weekend. Beta Iota chapter takes great pride in their new house which we moved into in early January. Outst anding members of Phi Tau are L ' Apache President Bob Woodburn, and members: Joe Mills, Harvey Heagerty, Jim Carter, and Ray Jones. Joe Mills is a member of F Club; Norb Didier is a member of Sandspur, and both are Cavaliers. Pete Williams belongs to Alpha Phi Omega, and Don Rem- ington is a member of the Dramatics Club; Neal Sapp was elected " Joe College " in a campus-wide election. Pledges Bob Fiveash, A! Woodum, and Wayne Hodges have excelled on the football team, and Lefty Chuck Sanders pitches for Coach Motherly. ' RAY G. JONES OFFICERS President Ray G. Jones Vice-President Harvey Heagerty Secretary Neal D. Sapp Treasurer Edward Schofield (First row, left to right) : Esperdy, E.; Osborn, H.; Farrell, P.; Jones, R.; Mother Cone; Heagerty, H.; Scofield, E.; Carter, |. (Second row) : Terry, W.; Brodie, J.; Vincent, D.; Smith, N.; Conner, J.; Sanders, R.; Lewis, A,; Van Middlesworth, C. (Third row) : Yadon, J.; McCutch- eon. P.; Anderson, D.; Settles, W.; Wajdowicz, G.; Eichelberger, J.; Mills, J.; Williams, P.; Wilsey, G. DELTA LAMBDA CHAPTER George Aase Bob Adams Frank Beauchamp Don Case Arthur Chesnut Jim Doss PI KAPPA ALPHA MEMBERS Walter Grage John Marron Grady Martin Monte May Willie Norred Jack Phillips Ronny Pickens Tom Scott Owen Shaw Gene Turano Jack Williams But, Honey. t H te PLEDGES PatCahill Bob Loomis Wilton Reynolds Herb Holcomb Eddie Norris Tommy Simpson Bob Leicht Wally Peacock Jimmy Powell Jack Watkins mi mp x ' ' ]piip ' ' LM K i saBsa— HB ' lgiH .. S r,;,i . . :- Never a dull moment???? i ' KM DELTA LAMBDA SPONSORS P 1 KAPPA ALPHA DREAM GIRL. Established locally on this campus in 1947 and chartered nationally in 1949, Delta Lambda under President Owen Shaw enjoyed another big year on campus. Highlights of the year ' s social events include the Pledge-Active Banquet, and the " Delt-Pide " woods party. At Christmas time a party was given for four underprivileged boys of Tallahassee; there was plenty to eat and presents were distributed by Santa Clous. In May a Mother ' s Day Banquet was given by the brothers in honor of their mothers; a Founder ' s Day Banquet was held for the Chapter and Alumnae. The Pike ' s are proud to have three Dream Girls still here on the campus. The local chapter is the sponsoring chapter for PiKA National Dream Girl — Bobbie Pettit. Each chapter below the Mason-Dixon line sponsors a girl to represent them in the Dream Girl of the South contest. This year Delta Lambda is proud to have Dora Ann Godwin represent them as the 1951 Dream Girl of the South. At the official weekend in April Jean Thompson was crowned as the local PiKA Dream Girl. The Pikes are active in student life, placing men in Omicron Delta Kappa, Alpha Kappa Psi, Gold Key, ROTC, Athletics, and Sandspur. OWEN SHAW OFFICERS President Owen Shaw Vice-President Jim Doss Secretary Grady Martin Treasurer Walter Grage (First row, left to right) : Becuchamp, F.; Adams, R.; Grage, W. A.; Doss, J.; Mrs. Martha LeGrande; Shaw, 0.; Martin, G.; Morris, E. Morron, ].; Phillips, J.. (Second rowl : Loomis, R.; Turano, E.; Simpson, J.; Leicht, R.; Scott, T.; Holcomb, H.; Chesnut, A.; May, J. A. Aase, G. E.; Reynolds, W.; Cahil!, P.; Watkins, J. BETA ETA CHAPTER C M ' W — t ' i m „. . . . — §M Fl KAPPA PHI MEMBERS Don R. Allen, Jr. Bill Gillespie Vic Spoto Tommy Althauser VVarien E. Harper -Mien Sundberg Arden A. And erson George Holler Richard Sundberg Kred Bailey Dwight Lamb Louis Symmes Fiank Bean Jose Marti Carlos Taylor John Eeatty Brec.c McCray Charles Thompson Bill Cole Bill Myers Earl Thompson Cecil Creel Bob Scoti Tom Sheldon Cliff Wells Leo A I me :i CO Howard Augustine Harry Bibee PLEDGES George Carter Harland Franklin Walter Renew Jack Scarbrough jack Sweeney Yeah, study. Take a look at those Hatters. BETA ETA WINS PLAQUE AS MASTER CHAPTER OF PI KAPPA PHI, This year ' s theme for Beta Eta Chapter of the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity could well be a " dream come true. " We finally moved on East Campus into our new house where we held our social functions during the year. As usual the highlight of our social calendar was the annual Rose Ball in February commemorating our third year on cam- pus and the second year as a chapter of Pi Kappa Phi. In December, Founder ' s Day was celebrated with a banquet hon- oring Pi Kappa alumni in the Leon County region. This was also the year when the brothers were presented with " nieces " and " nephews " as most of the married brothers became proud papas. Scholastically, we rated highly, having the highest actives ' average during the first semester and placing second in the overall average among fraternities. On the athletic side the Pi Kapps did very well. We won championship trophies in football and volleyball. We were also represented on the varsity swimming and volleyball teams. Several of the brothers were active in other campus activi- ties. Among these were Cavaliers, Phi Mu Alpha, Arnold Air Society, University Singers, and professional organizations. CARLOS R. TAYLOR OFFICERS President Carlos R. Taylor Secretary Ben Gillis Treasurer Cecil Creel (First row, left to right) : Myers, W.; Bean, F.; Creel, C; Taylor, C; Mother Swift; Althauser, T.; Anderson, A.; McCray, B.; Bailey, F. (Second row) : Wells, C; Sheppard, C; Thompson, E.; Almerico, L.; Scott, B.; Thompson, C; Holler, G.; McMillan, C; Harper, W.; Carter, G.; Scarborough, J. (Third row) : Pate, ).; Cox, ].; Spoto, V.; Ward, A.; Allen, D.; Sunberg, A.; Sunberg, R.; Marti, J.; Sapp, J.; Bibee, H. FLORIDA BETA CHAPTER mm . - , Lacy Baldy )ames Brady Pelhom Corry Bobby Drake Tony Flitcraft Eddie Gray Jack Kazonzos Jack Mortin John Morris Jerry Parker SlGM l ALPHA EPSILON Bill Bennett Jack Bond Bill Carraway Norman Clifton Charles Ebert Bruce Donald;on MEMBERS Buddy Phillips Theo Proctor Tom Ranny Bob Repine Ronnie Pickett Bot Stewart Bud Wesson Buddy White Bob McCollister Jack Crowther PLEDGES Sidney Haynes Jim Heitzman Joe Harris Jerry Meyer Jack Oakley George Martin Gene Cavanaugh Dexter Lowery Don Kirkpatrick Dan Miller Baker King Tom Sebring Bill Blakey Roy Thompson Don Bookmyer Dick Palmer Tom Parker Bill Stancik Joe Wheat Carl Whitehead Bob Hudson Are you bored??? What happens nextl: SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON BROTHERS ACTIVE IN CAMPUS POLITICS. Still bemoaning the death of " Leo " in Gainesville, FSU ' s SAE ' s somehow managed to have a great year of fun and brotherhood. The influence of Brother Tom Sebring was no- ticed throughout the household as was the participation of Brothers Pelham Corry and Bobby Drake in student govern- ment. Roy Thompson has served ably as a member of Circus and as a star back on the Seminoles football team. The SAE Weekend and Annual Christmas Party was tops in social as was the adoption of an Italian war orphan in service. Members enjoyed playing a football game against the Phi Delta Thetas in the Fall, as well as the annual game with the brothers versus the pledges. The annual open house was a special event as it marked the move to the new house. Other outstanding projects of the Chapter include the participation in Korean Blood Drive and aid to spastic children at the FSU Clinic. It has been a full year of fun and frolic at the SAE house and brothers will look forward to many more years of the same at FSU. 1 ■ WALTER PHILLIPS OFFICERS President Walter Phillips Vice-President John Morris Secretary Thomas Ranney Treasurer Theo Proctor (First row, left to right) : McCollister, R.; Clifton, N.; Barnes, J.; Crowther, J.; Parker, ].; Pickett, R. (Second row) : Wesson, B.; Repine, R.; Ranney, T.; Drake, B.; Morris, j.; Phillips, B.; Mrs. Holton; Corry, P.; White, B.; Martin, J.; Kazanzas, ).; Proctor, T. (Third row): King, B.; Meyer, J.; Whitehead, C; Gray, E.; Baldy, L.; Flitcraft, T.; Wheat, ).; Parker, T.; Martin, G.; Bennett, B.; Cavanaugh, G. (Fourth row): Bookmyer, D.; Barlow, M.; Donaldson, B.; Palmer, D.; Heitzman, J.; Harris, ].; Stancik, B.; Carraway, B.; Stewart, R.; Brown, M.; Haynes, S.; Brady, J. EPSILON ZETA CHAPTER Jimmy Ayers ). B. Bachmann Gordon Blitch Hugh Campbell Milton Carothers Bill Cornelius George Cornelius Bob Dobry Bob Ducker Colin English Byrne Ashmore Forest Beaty Larry Beoty Bob Canada Harold Chastoin John Cooper MEMBERS J im Hamrick Fred Hoover Bill Hughes Harvey Jeffreys Claude Johns Mac Huey Ken Lorch Dane McNeill Earl McPherson Ken McPike PLEDGES Cope Garrett Don Hampton Ken Johns Frank Jones Jerry Jones Ray Kickliter Bob Kirkland SIGMA CHI Bob Miller Merrill Moore Horry Pennywitt Bill Petry Ted Steinmeyer Clinton Thomas Baxter Weeks John Winslett Joe Yon George Kramer Pete Nimkoff John Rooney Dick Slade Ted Whitchard Del Williams Little Brown Jug winners!!! Time out for relaxation. SIGMA CHI AWARDED SCHOLARSHIP TROPHY SECOND CONSECUTIVE YEAR. Sigma Chi became a reality at FSU on March 17, 1 95 1 . Since that time the Sigma Chi ' s have made an excellent record. Scholarship and extracurricular activities have been equal emphasis. The scholarship trophy has been won by the fra- ternity for the second time. The Derby at Campbell Stadium and the Sweetheart Ball held on the 18th of January in the Hotel Duval in Tallahassee were very well planned and re- ceived by all who participated. Chapter honors include win- ning the Campus Chest Drive and copping the trophy in the Campus Sing for the second time. Sigma Chi claimed many members who were outstanding in campus life — Ted Steinmeyer, Vice-President in charge of Men ' s Affairs; Claude Johns and Ted Steinmeyer, Gold Key; Milton Carothers, Sophomore Senator; Bill Cornelius, Trea- surer of the Senior Class; J. B. Bachmann and Ted Stein- meyer, Arnold Air Society; Mac Huey and Fred Hoover, F Club. CLAUDE J. JOHNS, JR. OFFICERS President Claude J. Johns, Jr. Vice-President John Winslett, Jr. Ze rretory Kendall Lorch Trcacu.er Bill Cornelius (First row, left to right) : Nimkoff, P.; Ducker, R.; Kickliter, R.; Kramer, G.; McPherson, C; Yon, J,; Chastain, H.; McPike, K.; Millet, B. (Second row): Hamrick, J.; Hughes, B.; English, C; Lorch, K.; Johns, C; Winslett, J.; Cornelius, B.; Hoover, F.; Ayers, J.; Carothers, M.; Steinmeyer, T. (Third row) : Beaty, L.; Ashmore, B.; Williams, D.; Cooper, J.; Cornelius, G.; Jones, J.; Garrett, C; Dobry, R.; Can- ada, R.; Kirkland, R.; Bachmann, J. (Fourth row) : Beaty, F.; Whitchard, T.; Moore, M.; Pennywitt, H.; Blitch, G.; Rooney, J.; Johns, K.; Campbell, H.; Slade, D.; Retry, B. i ' -J( I f ■N, ZETA ZETA CHAPTER John Ayres James Bassett James Barnes William Cox William Dawkins Floyd Fogle Benny Hamilton Ralph Hanks Blair Hennessey Frank Hirt John Howard Julian Hurst Richard Jackson Ralph Atwell Lou Cox J im Haf ling James Hickey MEMBERS Robert Jenkins Spurgeon Johnson Jack Koonce John Laritz Joseph Lee Robert Lucas Don Marshall Jame McKeown William Mills Les Mullens John Newland Klyne Nowlin Arthur Parkhurst PLEDGES Vic Holloway Bob Joines Pat Morgan Brian Nicholson SIGMA Nil Jimmy Patronis Edward Pipkin Eugene Pipkin Thomas Psaltas Joseph Raffo Jere Salyers Roland Sittermann Antone Sizoo Joel Smith Edward Stripling Billy Teel William Wagoner Ralph Richardson Douglas Robison Carlos Stone Chuck Sullivan Now in OUR fraternity . . What ' ll it be, fellows? SIGMA NU ' S BILL DAWKINS " LITTLE ALL-AMERICAN Moving to their new location on West Jefferson helped moke this o successful year for the Sigma Nus. The annual White Star Formal will long be remembered. A highlight of the year ' s agendo was the meeting of all the chapters in Florida for Grand Convention in the spring. Joel Smith as editor of Smoke Signals, and Bob Jenkins as cartoonist, gained recognition for the Sigma Nus. Joel ' s suc- cessor OS editor will be his own fraternity brother, Billy Mills. Both Jerry Thomas and Jere Salyers have been prominent in campus politics, serving on Men ' s Judiciary and Men ' s Senate respectively. Prominent in FSU sports were Bill Dawkins, cap- tain of the football team, and Les Mullen, member of the baseball squad. The Sigma Nus con well be proud of their intramural record by copping both the football and ping-pong trophies. ■ i.i m The members of Zeto Zeta Chapter can be proud of an eventful year packed with a lot of fun and activity. All are looking forward to another year when fraternity activities will be resumed. JOEL SMITH OFFICERS President Joel Smith Vice-President Les Mullin Secretary Ed Pipkin Treasurer Ralph Hanks (First row, left to right) : Pipkin, W.; Parkhurst, ).; Mills, B.; Buchanan, F.; Joines, R.; Young, R. (Second row) : Sizzo, A.; Sullivan, C; Patronis, J.; Pipkin, E.; Hanks, R.; Smith, ).; Mrs. Sealey; Mullen, L.; Bassett, J.; Sitterman, R.; Laritz, |.; Hofling, ). (Third row) : Ma- kemson, B.; Hmoilton, B.; Teel, B.; Psoitis, T.; Hollowoy, V.; Richardjon, R.; Doke, T.; Barnes, T.; Lee, ).; Marshall, D.; Nowlin, K.; Mc- Keown, J.; Griffin, R. (Fourth row) : Phelps, L.; Wagoner, W.; Cox, W.; Koonce, J.; Hurt, J.; Salyer, |.; Raffo, J.; Hirt, F.; Cox, L.; Jenkins, R.; Nicholson, B.; Rogison, D.; Orrick, S. S ' -JX .% .. iCA; fS l, ' mm i S m %TW f5 €1 , FLORIDA EPSILON CHAPTER ®tei i SIGMA PHI EPSILON MEMBERS Tommy Bowen Bill Driver John Lutz Mac Bowers James Evans Doug McMillan John Buckley Jack Gardner Herbert Nazrcllch Leo Crutchfield David Hainiain Ed Olechovsky James Dalafave Hal Leddy William Reitter Charles Oils Dallas Lloyd Richard Yeager PLEDGES Gay Argo Jerry Cross James Sheppard Bill Battle John Curtin George Spurling Roy Carter Oscar Oropeza Dove Stinson LesChilds Joe Pinson John Van Deusen Beryle Scarborou gh Elephant hunters!!? Just resting. SIGMA PHI EPSILON— WINNER OF HOMECOMING SKIT CONTEST. The " House with a Heart " (and a red door) vacated the old West Campus dental clinic and moved to a prominent position on College Avenue this year. The new Sig Ep house, within whistling distance of the campus main gate, can be identified easily by the two headless elephants standing watch in the front yard. Men about campus during the year were Tom Bowen, presi- dent of Alpha Phi Omega and University Court; Bill Driver and Dave Stinson, varsity football; Jim Evans, Senior Senator, Gold Key and past president of Alpha Phi Omega; Dave Hain- lin and John Buckley, Men ' s Judiciary; Dick Yeager and Mac Bowers, Arnold Air Society; and Hal Leddy, track team. The fraternity Homecoming Skit Trophy was captured and the chapter also sponsored Ellen Avis, elected to the Queen ' s Court. The basketball team placed second in the inter- fraternity play-offs. Climaxing the year ' s activities in fitting style was the third annual Queen of Hearts Weekend, early in May. DALLAS LLOYD OFFICERS President Dallas Lloyd Vice-President Richard Yeager Secretary Jim Dalafove Treasurer Herb Nasrollah (First row, left to right) : Hainlin, D.; Bowen, T.; McMillan, D.; Ncsrallah, H.; Dils, C; Yeager, R.; Dalafove, ].; Reitter, W. (Second row) : Evans, J.; Childs, L.; Spurling, G.; Oropeza, O.; Gardner, J.; Lutz, J.; Battle, B.; Lloyd, D.; Van Deusen, J. (Third row) : Scarbor- ough, B.; Cross, J.; Carter, R.; Buckley, J.; Curtin, J.; Argo, G.; Crutchfield, L.; Bowers, Mac. Aj m i GAMMA RHO CHAPTER Bob Albertson Buddy Blalock Pete Bukay Harold Cameron Al Carter Doug Conner Bill Cooper Bob Delaney Jim Dye Lou Fischer Charles Allen Bill Brown George Faiver Bob Floey Henry Hudson MEMBERS Carlton Gray Dave HvTrden Fred Herold Ted Hodson Ken Kruger Joe Long Gene Meshew Jim McCauley Roy McClellan Bill Roetzheim PLEDGES Ray Krupo Charles Kubleck Jim Naugle Edgar Pinkston Wilson Revell THETA CHI John Rourke Bob Schmelz Al Schyler John Shaeffer Bill Shiphorst Bill Skipper " Beans " Stephens Ira Sutton Don Waters Doug Whidden Art Stephens Ross Stokes Lee Thompson Charles Thomson It ' s a great life boys!!!! Too much eggnog. THETA CHI CLAIMS NATIONAL AAU CHAMP BILL ROETZHEIM. Gamma Rho again held its place of eminence in campus activ- ities this year. A few pages from the Red and White social calendar show the Christmas party held in Theta Chi ' s new house on Wildwood Drive, the traditional Dream Girl dance and the coast weekend. Prominent also in athletics, Theta Chi was ably represented in the football, basketball, track, volleyball, baseball, swim- ming and gymnastics varsity teams and placed at the top in intramural sports. The big event of the athletic year was the first annual Charity Bowl game, played in Doak S. Campbell Stadium against Lambda Chi Alpha Well known on campus are Bob Schmelz, football team and Honor Court member; Bill Roetzheim, A.A.U. gymnast; Bill Skipper, Business Manager of the Tally-Ho; Bill Shiphorst, Business Manager of the Homecoming Dance; Jim Dye, Vice- President of Men ' s Affairs; and " Chunky " Lou Fisher, basket- ball ace. These and other men of Theta Chi are active in the work and play of Gold Key, Arnold Air Society, L ' Apache and Omicron Delta Kappa. BOB SCHMELZ OFFICERS President Bob Schmelz Vice-President John Shaeffer Secretary Bill Shiphorst Treasurer Harold Cameron Chaplain Lou Fischer (First row, left to right) : VV ' aters, D.; Cooper, B.; Shiphorst, B.; Schmelz, B.; Mrs. Golden; Shaeffer, ).; Blalock, B.; Sutton, I.; Fischer, L. (Second row) : Inman, P.; Gusic, J.; Dye, J.; Brown, B.; Skipper, B.; Rourke, J.; Cameron, H.; Shuler, A.; Revell, W.; (Third row) : Hudson, H.; Johnson, R.; Stephens, A.; Faiver, G.; Hudson, T.; Foley, B.; Long, J.; Albertson, B.; Cruger, K.; Thompson, L. » ' . . 4 % ' ' H ». m:% i 1 1 1 1 1 .Jul ' M; m J ' ♦si ' Hhe finest place on earth V F. S. 11 NED WEST Director of Sports Publicity EDDIE KWEST Trainer of Athletic Squads COACH DON VELLER Head Football Coach (Standing, left to right) : Bill Armstrong, Ralph Motherly. (Kneeling): Bob Harbison, Don Veller, Tcm Roberson. ATHLETIC PROGRAM If there was one outstanding feature about athletics in general at Florida State during the 1951-52 school year, it had to be the fact that the Seminoles were finally receiving some of the national recognition that they deserve so much. For four long years, FSU teams had piled up enviable records in nearly every sport, yet nation-wide attention was rarely if ever achieved until the latter part of 1951. Most of the credit for this upsurge was due to some outstanding individual accomplishments on the part of fellows like Bill Dawkins, Curt Campbell, Mike Sellers, Bill Roetzheim, Dick Gutting, Don Holder, Gene Rabbitt, and Johnny Poston. Dawkins, who captained " Honest Don " Veller ' s 1951 version of the Seminole grid machine, was named to a first string position on the Associated Press Little All-American team, was named to the All-State team and capped a fine year by playing in two post-season All-Star games. Finally Dawkins, along with Campbell and Sellers, were rated among the top 300 players in the nation by a national magazine — quite an accomplishment for any school. Roetzheim and Holder represented Florida State in the Olympic gymnastic tryouts and both were named to represent the United States at the Inter- national games in Helsinki, Finland this summer. Two other gymnasts. Gutting and Rabbitt, brought further lau rels to Florida State by winning the national N.C.A.A. trampoline and A.A.U. side horse cham- pionships respectively. Poston, Seminole track captain, was another FSU performer who came through with more than flying colors. Running against Miami here in the meet of the season, the fleet-footed flyer reeled off a red hot 9.6 in the 100-yard dash and came back a couple of events later to post an even more spectacular win in the 220 with a time of 20.8. Both times were among the best recorded in the nation during the 1952 track season. Besides the individual accomplishments, Florida State teams continued their winning ways in nearly every field. In football, Veller ' s gridders rolled up six wins against only two defeats, the highlight of which was a thrilling 13-10 victory over Stetson in the Home- coming clash. Veller, whose Seminoles graduated from the small college class with the completi on of the pest season, now has a four-year record of 30 wins against only four losses. DOAK S. CAMPBELL STADIUM Bill Dawkins — Captain FOOTBALL RESULTS FSU Opponent 40 Troy State 34 Delta State 13 Miami 35 13 Stetson 10 35 Sul Ross 13 39 Jacksonville N. A. S 14 Wof ford 6 Tampa 14 Bud Kennedy ' s basketball team, in contrast, ran into their roughest season in history, losing their first 13 games. However, Kennedy ' s charges rallied toward the close of the season and came near Tampa in the finals of the District NAIB tournament. Coach Ralph Matherly ' s baseball team compiled the finest record in the school ' s history against some of the most impressive competition in the South. Moth- erly, who served his first term as head baseball coach, guided the Seminoles to 17 victories in 21 games. Track, under Coach Ken Miller, like baseball, en- joyed its finest season ever. The cindermen, who topped six opponents while losing one dual meet, in- cluded in their list of victims such teams as Georgia, Georgia Tech, and Miami. The Seminole gymnastics team under the capable leadership of Coach Hartley Price, captured its third national title in two years when they copped the national NCAA crown in Boulder, Colorado last March. Besides placing two men on the U. S. Olympic team the gymnasts finished second in the national AAU meet. The swimming, tennis, volleyball, and golf teams rounded out the athletic picture by more than holding their own with some of the finest competition available. All in all, it was quite a year for Florida State ath- letic teams — one that won ' t be forgotten for a long time to come. (Bottom row, left to right): Jim Arnold, Wayne Benner, Bob Schmelz, Curt Campbell, Bob Wodrich, Harry Bringger, Ed Lockard, Capt. Bill Dawkins, Mike Sellers, Steve Kalenich, Vic Szczepanik, Eorl O ' Neal, Nelson Italiano, Preston Bradley, Ernie Huggett. (Second row) : Al Woodham, Phil Alvers, Bob Linton, Tommy Owen, Tom Sebring, Bob Tully, Charlie Brown, Buddy Bryant, Jim Taylor, Dossey Merritt, Gary Folsom, Ronald King, George Carnes, Dick Turk. (Third row) : Marvin Mallnow, Bill Wholey, Gordon Davis, George Graham, Tom Massey, Bobby Walker, John Korlowicz, Al Garrett, Manuel Moshonas, Gene Bridges, Vernon Freeze, Bobby Fiveash, Roy Thompson, Charlie Booth. (Top row) : Mac Huey, Bill Driver, Bob Whitmer, Ernie Nagy, Roger Slabaugh, Bill Price, Charles Sanders, Bill Wren, Jerry Ellenwood, Not Polak, Gerald Smith, Joe Robinson, Ted Morrill. (.- f» P ' a ?: llr MIKE SELLERS MOST VALUABLE Fullback Mike Sellers of Bar- berton, Ohio, voted by his team- mates as the most valuable player of the 1951 season, re- ceived the trophy presented by Foster Moye Sportsgoods Com- pany of Tampa. MAC HUEY BEST SPORTSMAN The football squad selected Mac Huey of Tempo for the first recipient of the Best Sports- man Award, a trophy presented by the Tallahassee Quarterback Club. RESUME OF SEASON The FSU Seminoles wrote into football history a record of six wins and two defeats for their 1951 football season, as they met their first Southeastern Confer- ence opponent. Nelson Italiano with his talented arm set a new seasonal record for most pass attempts, 61 ; most pass completions, 26; and most yards gained passing, 465. Italiano also set three new career marks for most pass attempts, 1 00; most passes completed, 42; and most gains, total offense — 700 rushing and 924 passing " for a total of 1 ,624. Tommy Brown, punting ace and safety man, had the ' best punting average for a season with 30 kicks which averaged 36.1 yards and had 54 punts without one being blocked. He also set two other records on punt returns: returned the most in a season, 19; and had the best average for a season with 1 5.7 yards per return. Bob Whitmer set two new seasonal records — 19 passes caught and most yards gained on passes re- ceived, 330. Ernie Huggett kicked the most extra points in a season, 20; and in career, 39. Huggett also had the best kickoff average, 48.3. The Seminole team set several new marks including: playing before the largest crowd away from home, 38,278 at Miami; at home, 13,701 vs. Stetson; num- ber pass attempts one game, 25 against Troy; com- pletions one game, 1 1 vs. Troy; yards gained passing one game, 196 against Delta State; passes attempted, season, 143; passes completed, season, 57. CHEERLEADERS — (First row, left to right! : Dot John ' :on, Shir- ley Harper, Betty Ann Munroe, Jett Munroe, Ann Adams, Ruthie Spencer. (Second row! : Ann Yates, Renie Hall, Martha Williamson, Shirley Knight, Nancy Black. (Not pictured) : Patsy Gates. FSU MARCHING CHIEFS 4, Curt Campbell — End 1952 Co-Captain elect U ' s ,iiiv4 ar-i« A« 5ii ' r .1 Vic Szczepanik — Tackle 1952 Co-Captain elect Bob Schmelz — Guard FSU SCORES 13TH CONSECUTIVE WIN FSU opened its 1951 campaign against Troy State in much the same fashion that it tumbled unde- feated through its last 1 2 games in 1 949 and 1 950. The Seminoles showed their old formula of just power and more power. Sellers started chalking up the scores in the first period as he tagged pay dirt twice on short plunges. Italiano broke over right tackle and raced 64 yards to the 6-inch line for the longest run of the night to set up the second score. In the second period fullback Ronald King, aided by the powerful Sem- inole line, scored on a two-yard burst. Early in the second half, Nelson Italiano loosened up his arm and connected with end Bob Whitmer to set up the first score after intermission and continue the Sem- inoles rolling on to the impressive victory. FLORIDA STATE 4U Mike Sellers goes over standing up. TROY STATE Tommy Brown (20) slips away from Troy defense. FSU BREAKS INTO SEC CIRCLE FSU students moved in a body to Miomi for the long-awaited day when the Seminoles and Hurricanes clashed for the first time before a record opening crowd of 38,278 in the Orange Bowl. Although the fighting Seminoles came up on the short end of the score, the spectators will long remember the never-dying spirit of the students and team. Curt Campbell closes in for the " kill. " FLORIDA STATE j: o MIAMI 55 Seminoles stop Miami Hurricane short. The flying heels of the Hurricane backs were too much for the slightly stunned Seminoles, who had been limited to small-time football, during the first half. The half ended with the score Miami 28 — FSU 0. However, Veller came through with the right medicine during intermission and a surprised audience watched the Seminoles outscore Miami 1 3-7 the second half. It was the precision passes of Nelson Italiano which paid off, the first to Fiveash for 8 yards in the third period and again in the fourth, a connection with Tommy Brown for 59 yards. Brown pulled in the pigskin on the ' Cane 28-yard line and raced on into the end zone for the final score of the game. This was a longer scoring shot than any of the noble football opponents of 1950 were able to engineer against the Hurricanes. Preston Bradley brought more honor to FSU when he raced 35 yards through the middle for the longest ground gain any- body had made against the Hurricanes since 1949. Captain Bill Dawkins and Tommy Brown stood out for the Seminoles, with Dawkins making about 40 per- cent of the tackles, twice tripping Frank Smith by one toe when it looked like Frank was away. Brown, the old ball hawk, stole two passes from Schneidenback, punted for a 38-plus average and caught that one TD pass. Dick Turk — Fullback Steve Kalenich — Center Nelson Italiano — Halfback Smash over for score. Seminole catches pass as Delta man tries to intercept. FLORIDA STATE 54 DELTA STATE Sparked by Nelson Italiano, who set o new Seminole passing record of 191 yards gained on seven completions, the Seminoles rolled over Delta State to the tune of 34-0. The Indians proved they could pass as well as run as they pitched for three scores and set up a fourth through the airways with Italiano furnishing most of the fireworks. The Seminoles seemed a little depressed from their loss to Miami the previous weekend as Delta State outgained FSU along the ground, ran and passed effectively until they reached scoring territory, but then were always stopped short by a succession of fumbles and pass interceptions. The Semi- noles still had the necessary power in the clinches. Bob Wodrich — Tackle Earl O ' Neal — Guard Bob Whitmer — End Italiano 42) outsteps Texans on end run. Sellers led the way as the Seminoles sloshed to o 35-13 win over the Sul Ross Lobos. At the end of the first quarter FSU faced a new situation (with the ex- ception of the Miami clash) as Sul Ross led by one TD, 1 3-7. But then in the sec- ond period the Seminoles set off a three- touchdown explosion in 6 minutes end 22 seconds which blew the ball game apart and from there on in it was easy sliding. Curt Campbell at defensive halfback, linebacker Bill Dawkins, and linemen Schmelz, Szczepanik and J. L. Taylor featured the Indians ' defensive work with Mike Sellers and Nelson Italiano, look- ing more like the TD twins of old, carrying the load on offense. Water, as well as touchdowns, poured down as the small crowd braved the drizzle and downpour. Italiano (42) closing in to block punt. FLORIDA STATE 55 SUL ROSS 15 Roy Thompson — Halfback Tommy Brown — Halfback Bobby Fiveash — Holfbock Preston Bradley — Quarterback, Guard Jim Lee Taylor — Quarterback FLORIDA STATE 1 " STETSON 10 Stetson Hatter goes for a fall SEMINOLES SQUEEZE PAST STETSON 13-10 Homecoming . . . the sun blazed down on the record Campbell Stadium crowd of 13,701 as the Seminoles and Hatters fought a tight duel to the end. The Hatters ' Mullens gave the team and supporters a " lift " with his angled 14-yard beauty over the cross- bars in the first 5:10 seconds of play. This was inspira- tion enough for the Hatters to dominate the first half. However, true to their past reputation, a revised Seminole team came back in the second half to change the picture. Fleet-footed Roy Thompson dashed inside left tackle for 76 yards to the Hatter 10-yard line in the third period to set up the first touchdown for FSU. Sellers barreled over the pay-off line. Early in the fourth quarter, Bradley ' s block and sub- sequent recovery and TD gallop of Armstrong ' s punt clinched the game for the Seminoles. Ernie Huggett ' s conversion made his record for the season 1 5 conver- sions out of 19 attempts. Fiveash going around end as Sellers and Huey run interference. ■ ' t i -W I ' M ' f m i Charlie Brown — Guard ' t ' t l W ' VJ Harry Bringger — Halfback Ernie Huggett — Halfback FLORIDA STATE 39 Fivea h (23) eludes Jax tacklers. JAX NAS The FSU Seminoles had too much manpower for the Jacksonville Navy, as they struck through the air and over the ground to hand the Fliers a 39-0 setback before a small, thoroughly chillled crowd in the Gator Bowl. The Seminoles scored their first touchdown in the first six minutes of play, pushed across two more in the second quarter and added three in the final period, while holding the Fliers to three first downs and 1 20 yards rushing and passing for the day. The fifth victory of the season was highlighted by the play of John Karlowicz, Charley Brown, Jimmy Lee Taylor, Bill Driver, Ernie Nagy, Curt Campbell, Roy Thompson, Tommy Brown, Bobby Fiveash, Gary Folsome, and Dick Turk. Dick Turk smashes for 20 yards. • • fk ltAvm ' A Whitmer snags pass and drives for yardage. Huggett kicks extra point. FLORinA STATE 14 WOFFORD The Florida State University Seminoles powered their way to a 14-0 win over the stubborn Wofford Terriers from Spartanburg, S. C, in Campbell Stadium. Play- ing what Coach Don Veller classified as their " best defensive game of the year, " the Seminoles turned in a magnificent performance for their last home ap- pearance of the year. The win was their sixth of the season and was the thirtieth win in 33 games under the direction of Coach Don Veller. The fact that FSU was the first team in 16 games to hold the Terriers from scoring, speaks for the brilliant defense the Seminoles displayed. The Seminole defense held the Wofford eleven to one first down in the first half and a total of seven for the entire game. The Terriers were able to gain only 42 yards on the ground and 87 through the air. The Seminole offense, led by the running of halfback Roy Thompson and the passing of Bobby Fiveash rolled up 1 5 first downs with 21 6 yards on the turf and 1 14 through the aerial route. No single player but the entire team deserved credit for the victory over the Wofford team, who had gone into the game on even terms with the Seminoles. John Karlowicz Bob Tully — Guard Jim Arnold — End I Turk lays impressive block for Fiveash (28) Wodrich si-ops Sequillo (621 The Florida State University Seminoles closed out their 1951 season when they dropped a close 14-6 battle to the Tampa Spartans in the Cigar Bowl in Tampa. The win was the first for the Spartans over the Seminoles, who had won three straight previous to the upset Tampa victory. The Spartans wasted little time getting out in front as they scored on a punt return early in the first period. Neither team was able to score during the second period, although the Seminoles drove deep into Spar- tan territory on two occasions. The Spartan defense held the Seminoles on the seven-yard stripe on the deepest penetration of the period. After a series of fumbles by both teams during the third period, Nelson Italiono turned on the steam and drove through the entire Tampa secondory to score the lone FSU touchdown. On the first play of the fourth quarter Tampa again hit pay dirt and the scoring for the night was over. The game was one of the roughest Tampa fans had ever witnessed as the Spartans received a total of 1 44 yards in penalties while the Seminoles were having 95 called against them. The Seminole defeat gave the FSU team a season record of six wins and two defeats. FLORIDA STATE 6 TAMPA 14 Charlie Booth — Guard Joe Long — Manager Bill Driver — End BASKETBALL at I c -I M. SCORES 4 FSU 46. . 56. . 47. . Opponent . Parris Island 77 .Culver Stockton 59 .Mississippi State 75 .. .84 . . .78 . . .64 ...58 43 Mississippi Southern 70 Mississippi Southern 54 Spring Hill College 48 Sewanee 50.. 56.. 51. . 52.. 55.. .Georgia 79 .Clemson 62 .Florida 61 . Loyola 74 . Miami 73 FSU Opponent 72 Tampa 66 72 Florida Southern 53 75 Georgia Teachers 93 51 Florida Southern 54 62 Parris Island 64 74 Rollins 71 48 Stetson 58 55 Rollins 69 61 Miami 80 79 Tampa 60 64 Stetson 66 COACH " BUD " KENNEDY The Florida Sfate University cagers recorded its worst basketball record in the 1951-52 athletic history. In spite of outstanding play by leading scorers Tom McLaughlin and Bob Whitmer, the team showed the lack of Bob Hart- man who had made the previous season a h ' ghly successful one. The addition of freshman transfer, Ham Wernke, at the beginning of the second semester greatly strengthened the team and helped fill the hole, but it was too late to have much effect on the overall season record. The highly improved " last-of-the-season " team predicts a different story for Coach Kennedy ' s 1953 basketball quintet. (Standing, left to right) : Lou Fischer, Bob Albertson, Tom Burst, Brook Bishop, Irv Quinn, Ralph Blinn, Jimton Richardson, Steve Bailey, Ken Smith, Dick Mott, Chuck Miller, Jerry Ellen- wood, Jim Hardesty. (Kneeling, middle row) : Jack Oakley, Bob Wilcox. (Kneeling, front row) : Boe Averitt, Graduate Assistant Coach Bill Weigel, Bob Pence, Tom A.AcLaughlin, Rick Benson, Jerry Westhafer, Copt. Bob Whitmer, Coach J. K. " Bud " Kennedy, Bill Wi;ner. F. S. U. Clemson Game — Gator Bowl Clemson Game — FSU Jerry Westhafer tokes Tourney, 1951. McLaughlin rebound away from ). C. Hicks of Clemson. jumps for rebound as Westhafer Left, (13) Bob Whitmer of FSU. looks on. Florido Game — (35) Bob Wilcox of FSU knocks over johnny Tringos of Florida as he leaps high to shoot basket. Wilcox charged giving Tringas two foul shots. Left to right are Red Wetherington, Florida; Jerry Ellenwood, Lou Fischer of FSU. Tom McLaughlin jerry Westhafer Lou Fischer Bob Pence Irv Quinn Duone Gordon Rick Benson Bob Whitmer — Captain SWIMMING SCORES FSU Opponents 52 Clemson 32 44 Emory 31 47 Emory 37 42 Georgia 42 29 Georgia 55 50 Georgia Tech 34 48 Miami 36 32 Miami 52 50 Texas A. and M 34 62 Jacksonville Navy 22 A record breaking performance featured Florida State University ' s 1952 swimming team. Coach " Bim " Stults ' tank squad, loaded with fine fresh- men and veterans, splashed their way to six dual meet wins, one tie, two losses and second place in the Florida AAU championships. In doing so the Seminoles set five new school marks and one pool record. Co-Captains Pete Dunn-Rankin and Dick Wells confer with Coach " Bim " Stultz. " The Varsity Swimming Team. •M- i W ' 1. ..l5-- ' , Most satisfying wins of the season were FSU ' s victory over Miami, Southern Regional Champs, and Texas A. M., runnersup in the Southwest Con- ference. The Florida AAU ' s saw four school marks fall: Co-Captain Pete Dunn-Rankin swam the 220-yard freestyle in a sparkling 2:] 9.5; the Seminoles med- ley relay of George Cooper, Don Von Hise, and Dick Wells set a new mark of 3:05 and Cooper and Van Hise both set new marks in the 200 backstroke and 220 breaststroke; and Wilton Jardine and Bob Carter both turned in record-breaking performances in the AAU ' s but placed just behind their team- mates. MEDLEY RELAY TEAM — Wilton Jardin and Dick Wells; Coach Jack Burnett. Divers Pat Farrell and Tom Conway take a break. Walter Jardine in a dual meet with Miami tied the Hurricane ' s nationally ranked Ony Kang in the 150-yard individual medley and set a new school mark for the distance. Freshman John Baruch set the only pool record of the season, turning in a fine 24.4 for the 50-yard sprint. Top point winners for the season included Co- Captain Dick Wells, Jack Burnett, Don Van Hise, Bob Carter, and Mitch Sutherland. Our 1952 Championship Teom, Capi-ain Jack Sharp wit-Ii Coa:h Hartley Price. a Y M N A S Under the tutelage of the great Dr. Hartley D. Price, Florida State Uni- versity ' s gymnastic team was once again head and shoulders above the rest of the nation ' s collegiate squads. In March the Seminole gymnasts journeyed to Boulder, Colorado where they successfully defended their NCAA title by copping first place, twenty-one points ahead of the second place Uni- versity of Southern California. The national championship was the Pricemen ' s third consecutive in two years. Price ' s 1951 edition won both the NCAA and National AAU crowns. First places in the NCAA meet were won by team captain Jack Sharp on the flying rings and Dick Gutting on the trampoline. The 1952 NCAA champion squad also included the nationally famous Regno twins. Jack Miles, Larry Weston, Pat Signorelli, Don Holder, Alvin Ruda, and Dick Ireland. For Dr. Price, who is to the field of gymnastics what Knute Rockne is to football, John McGraw to baseball and Phog Allen to basketball, it was his seventh national championship as a gymnastic coach. He won four at the University of Illinois and has led the Seminoles to three national titles in three years. In dual meets the team downed the Uni- versities of North Carolina, Duke, Mississippi Southern, and Maryland while losing two close contests to Army and Navy. The two losses were later avenged in the NCAA meet at which the Seminoles finished many points ahead of the nation ' s leading academies. Other championship meets won by the gym squad in 1952 include the Florida AAU Open, Southern Intercollegiate Gymnastics League Meet, and the Georgia AAU. In the National AAU meet, the Seminoles were nosed out by the Philadelphia Turners by four points. Following the Seminoles in second place were the Bronx Turners — third, Pasa- dena City College — fourth, and the University of Southern California rounding out the first five. Don Holder and Bill Roetzheim won berths on the U. S. Olympic Team at the AAU meet. Holder, who will enter his sophomore year here in September, is the only gymnast on the Olympic team with college eligibility left. The Florida State University Gymnastics Squad is without a doubt the greatest collegi- ate athletic team in the history of Florida sports. ICS (Left to right) : Miles, Rabbitt, and Roetzheim. Robbitt and Roetzheim on the sidehorse. Bill Roetzheim and Don Holder will shed their garnet and gold uni- forms of Florida State University ' s chompion gymnastics team for the red, white and blue of the United States Olympic squad at Helsinki, Finland this summer. Since only the top eight performers of the country ' s 3,000 lop- notch competitive gymnasts comprise the Olympic team, Florida Stote has accomplished a once-in-a-lifetime by contributing two athletes. To Don Holder goes the distinction of being the second college freshman in gymnastic ' s history to qualify for the World Olympics. Roetzheim was first to achieve the trick as a freshman at the Navy Pier branch of the University of Illinois in 1948. For Bill " Mr. Gymnastics " Roetzheim the coming Olympics will be his second as a member of the U. S. team. It will also mark the first time that Bill has represented his country in International competition. As an undergraduate Roetzheim won four all-around champion- ships, three national high-bar crowns, and one national side-horse title. According to the experts. Bill Roetzheim is without a doubt the greatest gymnast ever produced in the United States. Captain Jock Sharp performs on the rope 1952 Don Holder doing a giant swing change on the high bar. Carmine Regno doing a holf-twist. Joe Regno in a back flip. TEAM Pat Signarelli works out on the porollel bars. Other outstanding Seminole chonnpions include Gene Robbitt, as a graduate student on the Florida State Gymkana Club, became the first gymnast in AAU history to cop the national side-horse cham- pionship four straight years — 1949-52; Jack Sharp, captained the Seminoles to their second straight NCAA title and won th? flying rings crown. Dick Gutting copped the national collegiate trampoline championship; Jack Miles is currently the AAU flying rings champ and ranks second nationally in the long horse event. Other outstanding gymnasts include Joe Regno, Southern Gymnas- tics League all-around champ; Carmine Regno, Southern Gymnastics League horizontal bar king and Florida AAU parallel bars champion; Pat Signorelli, Southern Gymnastics League parallel bars champion; Larry Weston, Alvin Ruda, Dick Ireland, Charles Keossian, Bennie Wallace and Eddie Evans. Outstanding prospects ore Jim Tonaka, Gene Abrahamson, Bob Martin, Bob Hicks, Alan Marcus, Kent Kebreling, Alvin Jurus, Joe Gusic, Don Sharp, Tony Flitcraft, John Garbucci, Harmer Weichel, Scott Stanton, and Tommy Thompson. Joe Gussic does a one-hand stand on the parallel bars. Dick Gutting, " The Plostic Kid. " (First row, left to right) : Dave Kennedy, Con Wyly, Tom Babione, Dan Boda, )im Berry, Bob Dobry, Paul Swiger. (Second row) : Hal Schors (Manager), Dick Bradley, George Martin, Tom Cundy, Joe Harris, Jack Egan, Coach Donald Loucks. TENNIS RESULTS FSU Opponents 2 Loyola 5 6 Mercer 3 5 Concordia 5 Mercer 4 6 Georgia 3 2 Michigan 7 Indiana 9 9 Voldosta State 9 Valdosto State Miami 9 7 Florida Southern 2 9 Orlando AFB 2 Rollins 7 N«w , V COACH LOUCKS The 1952 varsity tennis team, once again under the guidance of Dr. Donald Loucks, rolled to o 9 win 5 defeat season against some of the top com- petition in the south and midwest. One of the high- lights of the season was a five-day visit by the Uni- versity of Michigan tennis team who used FSU facil- ities to prepare for its Big Ten competition. Rollins and Miami, both national tennis powerhouses, were met. Coach Loucks stated that with three freshmen, two sophomores and one junior in the starting line- up, he had his youngest though most talented squad since the school began intercollegiate competition. Based on the progress of this year ' s squad, the future appears bright for successful seasons. Tom Babione, senior from Fremont, Ohio, captained the 1952 edition of the Seminole tennis team. )im Berry Jack Egan Dan Boda ? Griffin Moody, Florida Intercollegiate Champ, and Sonny Tinney, Southern Intercollegiate Champ, teeing off, Florida State-Georgia game. GOLF COACH BOB HARBISON FSU ' s star golfer, Sonny Tinney, brought more feme to Florida State University as he won the title of Florida Intercollegiate Champion over opponents from the University of Florida and Rollins College. The FSU golf team had an average season as it recorded 5 victories out of 12 matches and com- peted in the Florida Intercollegiate Tournament and the Southern Intercollegiate Tournament. Although FSU did not place in the tournaments, the team led by Sonny Tinney, Captain Tom Cumbie and Tommy Brown made a commendable showing. R ESU LTS FSU Opponents 8 ' 2 Jacksonville Navy 9 ' z 1 1 ' 2 Rollins 61 2 12 Stetson 6 141 2 Georgia Tech 1 2 1 2 41 2 Georgia 22 V2 6 2 ' 2 191 2 5 12 5 41 2 . Citadel 21 . Rollins 15 2 . Mercer 71 2 . Stetson 13 Mercer 6 . Georgia 7 . Alabama 71 2 nny Tinney, S.E.C. champ, putting. Tommy Brown looking the situation over. Tom Cumbie lines up the ball for a drive. Jimmy James putting. ' . COACH ED WILLIAMSON Director of Intramural Athletics and Recreation Under the able control of Coach Ed Williamson Director of Intramural Athletics and Recreation, the farsighted and varied intramural sports program of Florida State University has paid rich dividends. Designed to give all the men of Florida State an opportunity to participate in a wide range of ath- letics, the program has succeeded gratifyingly well on all counts. Competition is stiff and interest keen in both the Fraternity League and the Dormitory League, with friendly rivals giving their all for dear old " Alpha Alpha " or " Six-sixty-six Upper. " Everyone con find his favorite sport in the well- varied program outlined. Basketball, softball, touch-football, volleyball, swimming, tennis, bowl- ing, golf, badminton, and track and field are avail- able to any interested male student. Equipment may be checked out from the Men ' s Gym for individual sports, such as horseshoes, table tennis, or archery. MEN ' S INTRAMURALS . . . Ready . . . one . . . two . . . Phi Delt ' s and SAE ' s battle for the football. SPE pledges take time out. Theta Chi ' s pose at football game. 4:f P4 i ■ f iWj interception . . . and he scores! amsm m iS ' i L Ja ' . »«i.« . ' k,«. T What happened to the rest of the teom? ::i| ■« In the hotly contested Fraternity League, the championship has not yet been decided. Sigma Nu has won the track and bowling tournaments, while Pi Kappa Phi has taken the volleyball and touch- football championships and Alpha Tau Omega cap- tured the basketball crown. Delta Tau Delta, Theta Chi, and Sigma Chi are hot on the heels of the leaders, however, and the grand championship is still very much in doubt. The Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps teams dominate the Dormitory League, holding first place in basketball, tennis and touch football. Awards are presented to the best teams in each event and league, championships being decided on a basis of points awarded for participotion and games won. " 4;, Safe!! Str-r-ike three! They must be losing. " fli ODD HOCKEY TEAM (First row) ; E. Chapman, S. Maynord, F. Pulley, S. Simpson, D. Peters (Leader), M. Dougherty, ). Clees, B. Paris. (Second row); J. Wright, J. Cullumn, B. Holland, B. Lippke, V. Simpson, P. Lorrimer, B. Theobold, C. Brown. (Not pictured) : J. DuPont. EVEN HOCKEY TEAM (First row) : L. Cowie, G. Race, E. Thompson, N. Lane (Leader), M. Bleckley. (Second row): P. Hubert, B. J. Andrews, D. Sturgis, j. McGill. (Not pictured) : L. Smith, N. Albury, M. Battle, M. Welch. WOMEN ' S ATHLETICS Good sportsmanship has always been needed to make any athletic participation work. On our cam- pus we have a highly skilled program which is known as ODD-EVEN competition. The Odd teams are composed of girls who enter the university in on odd year, and Evens enter in an even year. During the 1951-1952 season the Odds took an early lead and remained in the winner column to win Hockey, Golf, Badminton, Archery and Bowling. The Evens refused to be counted out, however, and came back to win Volleyball, Basketball, and tie for honors in Soccer. ODD-EVEN competition began on this campus thirty-seven years ago, in 1915, and has grown each year with the hope of better and greater promises in the interest of more specialized forms of women ' s athletics. ODD-EVEN Sport Winner Hockey Odd Soccer Tie Archeiy Odd Volleyball Even Bowling Odd Basketball Even Golf Odd Badminton Odd 0ik ODD SOCCER TEAM (First row) : P. Carter, E. MacWilliams, B. Cooper, ). Young (Leader), M Cobb, L. vonWiemer, A. Athanason. (Second row) : S. Presnell, B. Haynes J. Guard, ). Hinton, B. Collinsworth, J. McKneely, J. Austin. EVEN SOCCER TEAM First row) : B. Moody, P. Crum, D. Templeton, L. Mar- graves, C. Minl (Leader). (Second row) : ). Kirk, C. Geertz, M. Herndon, ). Powell, P. Folsom. (Not pictured) : J. Rigell, S. Alexander. EVEN ARCHERY TEAM (Firrt row): A. Lembeck (Leader), D. Bates. (Second row): N. True, D. Partin, E, Marett. (Not pictured): N. Wilson. ODD ARCHERY TEAM (First row): B. Edgren, M. Garrett. (Second row): B. Gilbert (Leader), M. Smith. (Not pictured): ). Avril, E. Palmer. EVEN VOLLEYBALL TEAM (Firit row 1 : J. McGill, C. Mink, D. Mickler. (Second row) : M. Herndon, J. Kirk (Leader), P. Folsom. (Not pictured) : C. Henry, C. West, D. Partin, P. Crum, L. Horgroves, N. Lone. ODD VOLLEYBALL TEAM (First row I : B. Haynes, J. Guard, S. Presnell, E. Chap- man. (Second row) : J. Young, B. Collinsworth, P. Ger- deman, A. Athanason. I Not pictured) ; S. Ellis (Leader), ). Thorpe, C. Brown. ODD AND EVEN BOWLING TEAMS (First row) : C. Geertz, E. Mar- rett, H. Ready, P. Comer, |. Finson, J. Woolbright. (Second row) : M. Battle, D. Bates, S. Livingstone, F. Brownlee (Odd Leader), G. Loy, N. Bolton, J. Rohme. (Not pictured): M. Bleckley, J. Roberts, D. Stevens, D. Brown, M. Welch, E. Mac- Williams, P. Lorrimer, B. Gil- bert, E. Thompson (Even Lead- er), P. Carter, N. Crool. BASKETBALL B ADM J NTON ODD TEAM Anna Athanason (Leade. ' ) W. Barmore E. Chapman P. Gerdeman J. Guard B. Hcynes ODD TEAM Pat Crum (Leader) R. Alvarez M. Erickson P. Folsom L. Hargrove M. Herndon EVEN TEAM J. Hinton E. MocWilliams P. Payne S. Presnell S. Simpson J. Webb P. Lassiter J. McGill G. Mickler M. Morgan J. Stewart C. West Joanne Thorpe (Leader) |. Austin C. Brown B. Lippke S. Mcynord EVEN TEAM Mary Ann SIcmp (Leader) M. Bachelor H. Bryant M. Honzo C. Henry B. o:ds B. Parrish M. Stcley K. Starbird B. Theobold S. Knight P. Martin P. Mims 1. Powell GOLF ODD TEAM Morion Cobb (Leoder) J. Marz N. Bolton L. vonWeimer D. Jiretz A Williams G. Loy EVEN TEAM J. Flynn A. Lembeck V. Helms H. Ready Ana girl!! ALPHA XI DELTA AND JENNIE VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS (First row — ALPHA XI DELTA) ; C. Nord, J. Thorpe, G. Mickler, E. Cooke, D. Ashmore, C. West, E. Nunez, G. Toma:ello, A. Gregoire. (Second row — JENNIE) : V. Phillips, C. Franks, J. Johnson, J. Bartley, K. Jenkins, C. Hughes, J. Shearouse, L. Voges. WOMEN ' S INTRAMllRALS AOPi INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS (First row, kneeling) : J. Jeffords, M. Parker, F. Norman. (Sec- .-ond row, standing) : C. Wilcox (Manager), A. Miller, C. Hod- den, M. E. Tovel, J. Morrison, P. Moore, D. Holland (Manager). Intramural sports for women was organized on this campus for the purpose of providing friendly com- petition and wholesome recreation for teams from sororities and dormitories. The wide variety of sports included each year in the intramural pro- gram encourages high team spirit and provides a source of enjoyment for all. Throughout the year the teams compete on a range of sports that in- cludes almost everything from Softball to bridge, and each winning team is awarded a trophy which remains in their possession for a year. The team accumulating the most points by the end of the year is awarded the over-all Intramural trophy. Win or lose, the interest and spirit remain high and a good time is had by all. On guard Let ' s get that ball! SPORT Sorority Tennis (singles) KAT Tennis (doubles) DDD Horseshoes (singles) KAT Horseshoes (doubles) SK Basketball AOPi Ping Pong (singles) DZ Ping Pong (doubles) KAT Archery ADPi Swimming ChiO Softball AOPi WINNER Dormitory Over-All Jennie KAT Gilchrist DDD Gilchrist KAT Gilchrist Gilchrist Gilchrist AOPi Gilchrist DZ Bryan KAT Gilchrist ADPi Gilchrist ChiO (No entry) AOPi One, two and over — v PHI BETA KAPPA HONORARY OFFICERS President J. Paul Reynolds Vice-President Katherine B. Hoffman Secretary Daisy Parker Treasurer Dwight B. Goodner Historian J. Russell Reaver " Love of wisdom the helmsman of life " — this Greek motto from whence Phi Beta Kappa derived its name, symbolizes the distinguishing principles of its society: Friendship, Morality, Learning. This organization, the oldest national honor society in the United States, was organized in 1 776 by students of the College of William and Mary at Williamsburg, Virginia. It was the first of all " Greek-letter " secret societies; its meetings were devoted to literary exercises and debates; its founders later dis- tinguished themselves in public life in the young Republic. Membership normally restricted to the lib- eral arts, is considered generally to be the highest academic honor. Alpha chapter of Florida was installed at Florida State College for Women in March, 1935, with eighteen charter members, more than half of whom are still on the faculty here at- Florida State University. It is customary to hold a meeting of the chapter each year on Founders Day, December fifth, and to mark the initiation of new members with a banquet and address at the spring meeting. This year, the new members were initiated March third, and the banquet speaker was Professor Harry Fuller of the University of Illinois. Myrtle Dolbee Olivia Nelson Dorman Viola Graham Marion Jewell Hoy CHARTER MEMBERS Dorothy L. Hoffman Marion D. Irish Harold F. Richards William H. Rogers Arthur R. Seymour Venila Lovina Shores Elmer R. Smith Anna May Tracy FOUNDATION MEMBERS William G. Dodd, Ester K. Eyman, Claude Pepper, Mayce F. Seymour RESIDENT AND AFFILIATE MEMBERS Dabney Adams Mary B. Alfriend Clark Lee Allen V arren D. Allen Mary Edna Anders William M. Barrows Ramona C. Beard Katheryn A. Beck Irene Boliek Ruth S. Breen Reno W. Bupp Grace E. Cairns Doak S. Campbell Margaret Campbell Francis A. Cartier Jesse C. Clamp, Jr. Robert G. Clapp Sidney Coulling Mary M. Davis Groydon S. DeLand Ezda M, Deviney Dorothy Dodd Wilson K. Doyle Paul Edmonston Earl Frieden Dwight B. Goodner Ernest M. Grunwald Herman Gunter, Sr. Aileen Harding Doris A. Harding Werner Herz Timothy Higgins Ester Higgins Katherine B. Hoffman Harold J. Humm Winthrop Kellogg William C. Kirk, Jr. Henry Kmen Olga Larson Albert L. Leduc John E. Leffler Ernest H. Lund Alice L. Mauck Martha Meyer Samuel F. Meyer Marie Miller Wayne C. Minnick Dora Mondon Martha Malone Nez Meyer F. Nimkoff Woodrow W. Page Daisy Parker Mary F. Parmenter Malcolm B. Parsons J. Russell Reaver J. Paul Reynolds Paul Scalera Leon Sherman Robert B. Short Nancy Solien Sara K. Srygley Agatha F. Thursby Lyman D. Toulmin, Jr. Hubert Odell Waldby William Watson Miriam Wilson MEMBERS-IN-COURSE 1951 Norma Crane, Dorothy Langston Mary Jo Burr Betty Jean Byrd ' ' urrav Land Cawthon Clara L Comellas Patricia S. Crum Shirley Ann Drake MEM B ERS- I N Barbara Ann Goleman Jean Effie Halliday C;.;y Winfrey Johnson Sharon Marie Lane Ralph David McWilliamsWillis W. Tyrrel Susan Cameron Miller William F. Upshaw COURSE 1952 Elizabeth Patricia Mims Edith Grace Potter Margaret Kay Reeder Nancy Warren Smith Laurene A. Wallace Martha Curry Watkins Patricia Ann Weigand Clara L. Williams PHI KAPPA PHI HONORARY OFFICERS President Margaret Campbell Vice-President Kenneth Miller Secretary Jennie M. Harper Treasurer Olga Larson MEMBERS Dolly A. Aiken Betty Jean Alford John Newton Baker Elizabeth Blanding Clyde E. Burns Doak S. Cannpbell Margaret V. Campbell Milton W. Carothers Martha G. Chapman Ernest P. Clark Charles S. Davis Juanita DeVette W. P. Dillingham Ralph L. Eyman Ruth K. Ferguson Paul F. Finner Azzurra Givens Hortense Glenn Dwight B. Goodner R. L. Goulding Sarah Lou Hammond Jennie Mcintosh Harper Dorothy L, Hoffman Olga Larson Ruth Scott Lemon Kenneth D. Miller Katherine Montgomery Daisy Parker Louise Richardson Clara A. Ridder Margaret R. Sandels Miriam E. Secor Arthur Seymour Dora Skipper Walter D. Smith Hazel T. Stevens W. Hugh Stickler Florence R. Tryon Virginia Turrentine Edwin R. Walker Mary Catherine Williams Wm. C. Williams Ralph L. Witherspoon Thomas Wright PhiXappa Phi was founded as an honor society for honor students from all departments of American universities and colleges and is dedicated to the Unity and Democracy of Education. To promote scholarship and character in the thought of college students, to further the significant purposes for which institutions of higher learning have been founded, and to stimulate mental achievement by recognition through election to membership are its main purposes. OMICRON NU HONORARY OFFICERS President Louise Spaeth Secretary Ann Gardner Treasurer Martha Aman Faculty Sponsor Mrs. Hortense Glenn Omicron Nu, the national Home Economics Honorary, was established May, 1922, on Florida State University campus as the first chapter in any southern state. The purpose of Pi chapter of Omicron Nu is to recognize and to promote leadership, scholarship, and research in the field of home eco- nomics. However, membership does not mean all work and no play. Each spring a Scholarship Tea is given honoring all students in the school of home economics who have honor averages. The foremost project of Omicron Nu is the awarding of the chapter ' s scholarship cup which goes to the sophomore maintaining the highest scholastic average as a freshman in the school of home economics. FOUNDATION MEMBERS Cora E. Grey, Dean Margaret R. Sandels, Annie Marie Schreiber CHARTER MEMBERS Hazel Brotley, Kathrine Goss, Mabel Helveston, Elizabeth Summerlin, Helen Williams, Annie Bruce, Lillian Schwartz MEMBERS Martha Amen Mrs. Hortense Glenn Elizabeth Ann Gardner Miss Cleo Arnett Louise Spaeth Dr. Helen Gate Virginia Prentice Mrs. Joan Coleman Dr. Margaret Sandels Dr. Ruth Conner Dr. Anno Carol Cromer Miss Mildred Fiedisel Mrs. Ruth Ferguson Miss Helen Richey Miss Ethyl Holloway Miss Genevieve Scheier Miss Ruth Lemmon Miss Anna Mae Sikes Miss Mary Lee Marshall Dr. Hazel Stevens ALPHA EPSILON DELTA HONORARY OFFICERS President Trove L. Brown, Jr. Vice-President Wilburn Edgar Secretary Susan M. Alexander Treasurer Beverly Locoyo (First row, left to right) : Lacayo, B.; Alexander, S. (Second row, left to right) ; Edgar, W.; Lapp, R.; Brown, T. Florida Beta chapter of Alpha Epsilon Delta is a notional honorory for pre-medicol stu- dents. The local chapter arrived on campus in 1946. This honorary assists in counseling pre-medical students, showing movies of interest to pre-medical and dentistry students, and bringing to the FSU campus speakers to discuss the pre-mad curriculum and problems faced by those enter- ing the medical profession ALPHA KAPPA DELTA HONORARY The chapter of Alpha Kappa Delta, National Honorary Sociology Fraternity, was established at Flor- ida State University in 1948 — the first of its kind to be started in the State of Florida. This fraternity is dedicated to high academic standards in the field of sociology. Students, in order to be admitted to membership, must have attained an average of " B " or higher in all their college courses as well as those in sociology. The organization promotes student interest in sociology and in social research. Activities of the past year ran the gamut from a formal banquet at the time of the student initiation to a lively talk on race problems by Dr. George Mitchell of the Southern Regional Council, Atlanta, to talks on current research projects by FSU faculty members to sponsorship of the " Career Oppor- tunities in Sociology " program in cooperation with the FSU Office of Vocational Guidance to infonr academic and social programs in the garden of the Diamond House. rinoi OFFICERS President Brad MacGowan Vice-President. .Lucille Rogers Secretary Sara F. Anderr. Treasurer. . .Richard W. Wynn (First row, left to right) : Alien, F. R.; Rogers, L.; MacGowan, B. L.; Nim- koff, M. F, C e ond row, left to riahtl : Anders, S. F.; Wynn, R. W.; Wol- Ic-e, L. OFFICERS President Walter Lowe Vice-President Ernest Kirby Secretary Jacques W. F. Allen Treasurer Robert Lucas (First row, left to right) : Allen, D.; Green- berg, A.; Oleson, R. D.; Arrants, G. (Second row, left to right) : McDonald, W.; Dilling- ham, W. P.; Newberry, T. E.; Kerby, G.; Lowe, W,; Allen, J.; Harter, W. C; Howell, C. B.; Lucas, R. (Third row, left to right): Hutto, D. E.; Brinkman, F.; Pate, ).; Kerr, F.; Velzy, R.; McKenzie, B.; Jackson, E.; McDonald, L. W.; De Martine, R.; Duxbury, R.; Zrtyko, S. A.; Moore, W. C. ALPHA KAPPA PSI HONORARY A national professional fraternity in Commerce, Alpha Kappa Psi promotes a fraternal affiliation for a group which have chosen the same profession — -Commerce. It provides a further and more impor- tant purpose in the years after graduation in the form of valuable friendships and professional and social contacts. The local Beta Psi Chapter conducts many projects each semester, which include a service-to-the- school program featuring a nationally-known businessman, publication of a chapter bulletin, field trips and speeches by local and national businessmen. A formal dance was held in May. Each year, the chapter presents the Alpha Kappa Psi Scholarship award to the male senior in the School of Business who possesses the highest scholastic overage for three years of work at this university. ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA HONORARY A national organization founded to encourage scholastic achievement among women students in all undergraduate schools and colleges of the university, Alpha Lambda Delta arrived on campus Oc- tober 24, 1941. During the fall semester, a tea was held honoring incoming freshmen women who were possible can- didates. Tapping and initiation ceremonies are held in the spring on the basis of the first semester ' s work and in the fall on the basis of the entire freshman year; an over-all average of 2.5 is required. OFFICERS President Jean Escott Vice-Pres.. . .Mary Audrey Whitehurst Secretary LaVerne Jennings Treasurer Manuela Crespo (First row, left to right) : Vance, E.; Jennings, L.; Escott, J.; Crespo, M.; Louthcn, M. (Second row): Crownover, A.; Murrey, S.; Allen, S.; Fredrickron, E.; Roney, C; Yosheda, A. OFFICERS President. . . James W. Lohmeyer V.-Pres. . .Tom Bowen; Jas. Short Cor. Secretary. .James Turvaville Secretary John Sandiford Treasurer Robert McKenzie (First row, left to right); Sandiford, J.; Short, ].; Bowen, T.; Lohmsyer, |.; Tur- vaville, |.; McK enzie, B.; Gray, j. (Sec- ond row) ; Steinmeyer, T.; Simrrons, T.; Evans, ).; Joiner, ).; Tyrrell, W., Buckley, j.; William;, P.; Rogero, T.; Larkworthy, J.; Ladd, ).; Yeager, R. ALPHA PHI OMEGA HONORARY On December 16, 1925, a national service fraternity was organized composed of college and university men who are or have been previously affiliated with the Boy Scouts of America. This organization took place at Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsylvania, and adopted the Greek letters " Alpha Phi Omega " to represent it. The projects of Iota Rho Chapter, established on this campus in 1951, are managing the University Book Exchange; sponsoring the talent show for F.C.I.; holding an annual auction sale; helping on the Blood Drive Campaign; and participating in the camporee for Boy Scouts. The distinction of being the world ' s largest, social or honorary, fraternity of all the Greek-letter socie- ■ies belongs to Alpha Phi Omega. DELTA SIGMA PI HONORARY Serving to bridge the gap between business education and business practice. Delta Sigma Pi was founded in 1907 to foster the study of business in universities, to encourage scholarship and the as- sociation of the students for their mutual advancement by research and practice, to promote closer affiliation between the commercial world and the students of commerce, and to further a high stand- ard of commercial ethics, and the cultural, civic, and commercial welfare of the community. Delta Sigma Pi endeavors to carry out its aims and objectives through business meetings and profes- sional programs. Two business meetings are held each month, and one professional meeting at which time some well-known businessman gives a talk on subjects related to the field of endeavor. OFFICERS Chancellor Bill Dunn Senior Warden Jim Cowan Scribe Howard Abel Treasurer Dick lacuzzi (First row, left to right) : Myers, W.; Dunn, B.; Abel, H.; Mr. Royal Mattice; Cowan, ).; Bre- land, B.; lacuzzi, D.; Mclntyre. (Second row): Simmons, T.; Smith, J.; Simmons, E.; Dickey, E.; Strickland, D.; Wilmarth, R. (Third row) : Scott, B.; Draa, ).; Sherman, L.; Hurr.phries, S.; Logan, W. ETA SIGMA PHI HONORARY OFFICERS President Edward F. Olechovsky Vice-President Shirley Drake Secretary Ann Hendon Treasurer Frances Clark Publicity Manager Charles Binnicker Farulty Adviser Edith Woodfin West (Fir ;t row, left to right) : Drake, S.; Olechovsky, E.; West, t.; Clark, F. (SecontI row) : Everett, C; Binnicker, C; Wolverton, R.; Kirk, W. Eta Sigma Phi is a national classical honorary whose purpose is to foster interest in classical study and to promote friendship among students interested in classics. This year the group has sponsored a series of lectures on " The Influence of Classical Mythology. " GAMMA SIGMA EPSILON HONORARY Gamma Sigma Epsilon, chemistry honorary, established the Beta Gamma chapter on this campus in 1939. This is a national honorary that tries to encourage higher scholastic attainment in the field of chemistry and to foster a sense of fellowship among chemistry students. The year ' s projects included chemistry coaching classes and the sponsoring of the chemistry depart- ment ' s committee on safety, A spring beach party and the annual banquet for all members headed the social events. OFFICERS Grand Alchemist. .. Betty Rich Catalyst Doris Friscia Recorder Mary Jo Burr Treasurer Veronica Cecil (First row, left to right) : Burr, M. j.; Thompson, C; Friscia, D.; Rich, B.; Alexander, S.; Allan, B. J. (Second row) : Courtney, C; Pettit, B.; Rose, J.; Dr. Johnson; Cianfrone, R.; Hub- bard, D. ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY HONORARY OFFICERS Commanding Officer Silas K. Hodges Executive Officer Bryan Poston Operations Officer Curtis Campbell Secretary-Treasurer Ernest G. Kerby Adjutant-Recorder John W. Lattner Publications Officer Paul J. Carey Flying high on the wings of success, the Arnold Air Society, an honorary military fraternity, has gone a long way since its inauguration in 1950. The purpose of this organization is to further the mission, tradition, and concept of the United States Air Force as a means of national defense, to promote American citizenship, and to create a close and more efficient relationship among the Air Reserve Officers ' Training Corps Cadets, Members are composed of ROTC cadets who have displayed excep- tional abilities in military leadership and scholastic achievements. Their Military Ball is an outstand- ing social event of the year. (First row, left t o right) : Wesson, Carey, Dolan, Landry, Post, Hodges, Croft, Hanks, Logan, Bower, Lattner. (Second ' ow) Brinkman, Bradley, Connors, Campbell, Poston, Hodces, Col. B. S. Barr, J. Poston, Smith, Yeoger, Walden. (Third row) Sellers, Stefan, Barhmann, MacGowan, Carostro, Tully, Tarv?r, Teel, Willis, Patronis, Cox, Pipkin, Italiano. (Fourlh row) Steinm.eyer, Upchurch, Lester, Andertcn, Kirk, Wyman, Jone " ., Crutchfield, Mooncy, O ' Connsll, Burnett, Stripling. -., - . V m . ■ fe .- " ; ' " ■ ' ¥ t Row 1 : Ellen Avis, Vero Beach Frances Clark, Jacksonville Mae Gautier, Miami Marianne Gillen, Lake Wales Eleanor Graves, Vero Beach Shirley Gregory, Hollywood Catherine Hamby, Pensocola Row 2: Alice Jackson, Jacksonville Myra Kight, Jacksonville Margaret Krasemann, Tallahassee Virginia Lee, Orlando Til Lomoistro, Miami Marjorie Meckstroth, Orlando Patty Mims, Doytono Beach Row 3: Peggy Moore, Sarasota Jett Munroe, Tallahassee Jo Nell Proctor, Miami Betty Rich, Punta Gordo Elizabeth Jean Rose, Clearwater Sue Saxon, Brooksville Doris Jean Smith, St. Petersburg Row 4: Mary Stuart Smith, Jacksonville Mary Ruth Summers, Gainesville June Tate, Miorr.i Mary Ellen Tavel, Palatka Caroline Whitmire, Miami GARNET KEY HONORARY OFFICERS President Alice Jackson Vice-President Mary Ruth Summers Secretary Ellen Avis Treasurer Eleanor Graves Garnet Key, women ' s leadership honorary, emerged from the uniting of odd-even honoraries, Esteren and Spirogira, in 1948. The purpose of this group is to recognize women students of the University for their outstanding contributions to leadership, service and spirit, and to promote those activities which foster the spirit of the University. Among the varied projects was the annual party for the foreign students on campus at Christmas; sponsoring of the freshman orientation program in November in the form of a pageant on the sig- nificance of the Three Torches and ushering at the annual Pi Phi-Theta Powder Bowl Football Game. One of their money-making projects was selling cokes at the Sandspur production and dance. Highlighting the social calendar for the year was the co-partnership with Gold Key for the 1951 Homecoming Banquet. This banquet feted alumni, honor guests and students. GOLD KEY HONORARY OFFICERS President Stan Gould Vice-President Jerry Thomas Secretary Neil Jacoby Treasurer Bob Lucas Gold Key, leadership, service and scholarship honorary, was founded here at Florida State University in 1947. Primarily established to recognize outstanding students, the group has dedicated itself to the furthering of University ideals and a diversified program in the interests of student welfare. Guided by the able Stan Gould as president and helped by Dr. Claude Flory, faculty adviser, this year ' s Gold Key projects have included complete charge of Homecoming, a Foreign Affairs Party and Circus Day plus various committee jobs. Now as always. Gold Key looks forward with promise to a bright future at Florida State University. Second Row: Johnnie Fortune, Laurel Hill Stan Gould, Middletown, N. Y. Robert Griffin, Jr., Tallahassee Bill Hayes, Jacksonville Allan Head, Tallahassee Kenneth Hodges, Panama City Walter Jardine, Cambridge, Mass. Bottom Row: Claude Johns, Jr., Starke Jim Kirk, Morristown, Tenn. Robert Lucas, Miami Will Pennell, Columbus, Go. Bob Schmelz, Willoughby, Ohio Ted Steinmeyer, Tallahassee Jerry Thomas, West Palm Beach New Members: Daniel Boda Wallace Dynes Allen McCall Robert Tully Jimmie Evans William Skipper Top Row: James A. Ball, Belle Glade Dick Bradley, Tampa Preston E. Bradley, Lake Wales Bill Dawkins, Miami Claude R. Flory, Tallahassee OFFICERS President. .. .Mildred E. Swearingen Vice-President James Dickson Recording Sect ' y Dorothy Davis Corresponding Sect ' y. ... Lucia Rice Treasurer Harris Dean Historian David Yang (First row, left to right) : Etherton, A.; Mc- Corter, H.; Nottoge, L.; Watts, M.; Ridgway, P.; Martin, ).; White, S.; Parish, G.; Sauls, F. (Second row) : Casson, M.; Tryon, F.; de Vette, J.; Dickson, ).; Davis, D.; Cason, E.; Swearingen, M.; Rice, L.; Yang, D.; Black, M.; Lawler, E. Strassler, M.; Rice, ). ery, M.; Guinnane, |. Reid, R. (Third row) : Hempstead, ).; Mack- Pierce, B.; Holley, E.; Mueller, N.; Word, D.; Bryson, M.; Ermeti, J.; Medor, C; McCorty, M. (Fourth row): Hammond, S.; Backus, T,; Fleek, ).; Lard, M.; Faulhaber, J.; Hall, J.; Burdick, R.; Hunter, H.; Ference, A.; Adams, H.; Batty, G.; Shepord, J. KAPPA DELTA PI HONORARY Alpha Delta Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi was established on campus January 12, 1925. Its purpose is to foster fellowship, scholarship, and achievement in educational work and to encourage a high de- gree of social service. The year ' s program was varied. The meetings included business sessions, social gatherings, and edu- cational programs. LES JONGLEURS HONORARY Organized in the spring of 1951, Les Jongleurs, dramatic honorary, has been quite busy. Highlight- ing their social calendar was the Initiation Banquet last April at the Duval Hotel and the annual Christmas dinner held at the Floridan Hotel. They sponsored programs and lectures in the field of the theater; theater training through work-shop projects; provided entertainment for clubs, schools in the surrounding area and the Veterans ' Hospitals. Their purpose is to promote more and better educational theaters. OFFICERS President Kenneth Martin Vice-President Sara Margaret Davis Secretary Jean Flynn Treasurer Karolyn Bardin (First row, left to right) : Bardin, K.; Davis, S.; Martin, K.; Flynn, J.; Biancarosa, R. (Second row) : Dr. George McCalmon; Hennessy, B.; Mower, D.; Tebo, B.; Russell, D. OFFICERS President Rae Lathers Vice-President Anita Esperdy Secretary Olema Alvarado Treasurer James Chatham (First row, left to right) : Keller, J.; Digisi, L.; Wimberley, J. (Second row) : Poniello, A.; Esperdy, A.; Chatham, J.; Lathers, R.; Alva- rado, O. (Third row) : Carballo, C; Peters, B.; Weigand, P.; Eng- lish, C; Arongo, V.; Lacayo, H.; Alvarez, E.; Tucker, M.; Casto- now, D.; DeLaunay, R. LOS PICAROS HONORARY To pave the way for greater understanding between the Americas is the calling of Los Picaros, hon- orary Spanish fraternity. Los Picaros was established on this campus in 1947 and has gone a long way in furthering and fostering Spanish ideals and culture through the medium of Spanish movies, guest speakers and recorded Spanish concerts. Membership in this Lope de Vega Chapter is open to students who are familiar with the Spanish lan- guage, and who can pass the written and oral examination given each semester. PI ALPHA SIGMA HONORARY Pi Alpha Sigma is the national honorary for students of Public Administration and related studies of government. Pi Alpha Sigma is dedicated to the promotion of better government through the appli- cation of administrative techniques and principles. It was upon these basic theories that Pi Alpha Sigma was founded at Florida State University in 1950. ' Pi Alpha Sigma has a two-fold purpose: to recognize scholastic achievement and contributions in the field of Public Administration and to foster interest in and promote better government. This year the members of Pi Alpha Sigma hope to es- 1 tablish a chapter of the American Society r I for Public Administration on this campus. ' Pi Alpha Sigma works in close cooperc- • « »i tion with the School of Public Adminis- -■ - tration. OFFICERS President Jim Ball Vice-President Jim Taylor Secretary-Treasurer Alice Myers First row, left to right) : Myers, A.; Taylor, J.; Ball, J.; Dean Doyle. (Second row) Dr. Nigro; Dr. Wald- by; Doyle, J.; Thomas, J. Gail Albritton, Tallahassee Betty Rich, Punta Gordo Mae Goutier, Miami Lucille Rogers, Miami Myro Kight, Jacksonville Eunice Thompson, Pensacola Virginia Lee, Orlando Doris Jean Smith, St. Petersburg Mar|orie Meckstroth, Orlando Mary Stuart Smith Jacksonville Patty Mims, Daytona Beach Nancy W. Smith, Jacksonville MORTAR ROARD HONORARY OFFICERS President Myra Kight Vice-President Nancy Warren Smith Secretary Lucille Rogers Treasurer Mary Stuart Smith Historian Virginia Lee Editor Gail Kelly Albritton " To provide for the cooperation between societies, to promote college loyalty, to advance the spirit of service and fellowship among university women, to maintain a high standard of scholarship, to recognize and encourage leadership, and to stimulate and develop a finer type of college woman " — this is the purpose of Mortar Board. Arriving on campus in 1926, the local Torchbearer chapter is one of eighty-five national honorary chapters in the United States. The qualifications for membership are service, scholarship, and leader- ship. Honorary membership in this organization may be conferred only upon a woman who has been actively connected for three years with a college or university. National Council alone grants such memberships. Here on our campus Mortar Board (Pi Sigma Alpha) is well known for its Sophomore Scholarship Trophy, the Freshman Scholarship Plaque, their Leadership Training Conference and the Junior Coun- selor Workshop and also its many other beneficial activities. MEMBERS Gail Albritton Mae Goutier Myra Kight Virginia Lee Marjorie Meckstroth Patty Mims Jett Munroe Betty Rich Lucille Rogers Eunice Thompson Doris Jean Smith Mary Stuart Smith Nancy W. Smith OMICRON DELTA K VPPA HONORARY OFFICERS President James Ball Vice-President Bill Upshaw Secretary Prof. Joseph Plant Treasurer Allan Head Omicron Delta Kappa, national leadership honorary for men, was founded December, 1914 at Wash- ington and Lee University. In the tradition of the idealism and leadership of George Washington and Robert E. Lee, the founders formulated the idea that all around leadership in college should be rec- ognized, that representative men in all phases of college life should cooperate in worthwhile endeavor, and that outstanding students and faculty members should meet on a basis of mutual interest, under- standing and helpfulness. Many varied projects have been undertaken by ths ODK circle. This year the organization formulated a speaker ' s bureau for Florida State University whereby student and faculty speakers are sent through- out the state to speak on the university. The organization has also continued the FSU blood bank which it established, promoted the ODK-Armed Forces Bbod Drive on campus, and held political rallies be- fore UGA and class elections. Individually, the ODK members on numerous committees have con- tributed immensely to the welfare of the University. (First row, left to right) : Dr. Otis McBride; Davis, C. S.; Plan Meyu, S. L.; Head, Allan (Second row) : Griffin, B.; Reynold;, ' ley, D.; Thomas, J. M.; Dr. Doak S. Campbell; Copeland, H.; Williams, M, J.; P.; Brooks, T. J.; Upshaw, W.; Tait, W. J.; Ball, J.; Brad- m isaaimi m ' (First row, left to right) : Rhea, C; Carpenter, W.; Sapp, E.; Edwards, S.; Lee, R.; Boda, D.; Jones, E.; Strickland, D.; Bohnnan, K,; Ross, N.; Mumpower, H. (Second row) : Housewright, W. L.; Beronda, B.; Waschek, B.; Starbuck, F.; Forman, R.; Batty, G.; Frank, S.; Mosby, C; Head, B.; Ragsdale, W. E.; Jacobs, R.; Ketcham, A. (Third row) : Thornton, G.; Westberry, L.; Hennessey, B.; Blackburn, J.; Dalrymple, B.; Crews, J.; McMullen, T.; Briggs, R.; Boda, J.; Gunter, H.; Reichert, L.; Fish, L. PHI Mil ALPHA HONORARY OFFICERS President Dan Boda Vice-President James Lloyd Secretary Ernest Jones, David Lowe Treasurer Donald Strickland Phi Mu Alpha, the national Men ' s Music Honorar Fraternity, came on the F.S.U. campus in 1949. The fraternity ' s aim is to advance the cause of music in America and to foster mutual welfare and brotherhood of students in music. The organization gives recognition to outstanding worth in musical activity. New members are tapped biannually by the fraternity. Warren Allen John Bode Bertil Boer Robert Braunagel Robert L. Briggs Mike Carroll Eugene Crabb Robert Forman James Gunn Herman Gunter, Jr. Harry Holmberg Wiley Housewright Karl Kuersteiner William Mathis James Nehez Joseph Running Robert Sedore Owen Sellers Harry Schmidt John Schuster J. Dayton Smith Howard Wilson Joseph White George Batty MEMBERS Jack Blackburn Dan Boda Wendell Carpenter William Dalrymple Steve Edwards Blair Hennessey Richard Jacobs Claude Johns, jr. Ernest Jones Adrian Ketcham Robert Lee David Lowe Vernon Raines Don Strickland Benny Beronda Jim Bidwell Kenneth Bohman Irvin Cooper James Crews Sam Frank Lloyd Fish Bill Head Francis Imerogulio Hugh McGarrity Tommy McMullen Charles Mosey Bill Ragsdale Loren Reichert Claude Rhea, Jr. Nesbit Ross Earl Sapp Jack Scarborough Anthony Schumpsrt Frank Starbuck Gray Thornton Brownlee Waschek Leonard Westberry Thomas Wright SIGMA ALPHA IOTA HONORARY OFFICERS President Mary L. Kerley Vice-President Patricia Kirby Secretary Maryhelen Ellis Treasurer Virginia French So we sing, we sing together .... The Beta Alpha chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota was founded on this campus in 1927. The purpose of this women ' s music honorary is to promote the highest standards of professional ethics and culture among women students of music schools, and to bring about closer relationships among women pursuing some phase of music as a profession. Many famous women in the different fields of music are members of Sigma Alpha Iota. Membership is open to all women students who have completed twelve semester hours in music and have maintained a two-point average in their music courses and have a one-point-five over-all average. All members hove to be approved by a unanimous vote of the active members, as well as having a recommendation. Two business meetings and one musical ore held each month and various social functions are held throughout the year. The " Little Brown Jug " contest, given in May, is sponsored by Sigma Alpha Iota in conjunction with Phi Mu Alpha. Mildred Aitchison Jean Alderman )ean Anderson Betty Jo Armstrong Helen Bell Faye Bervaldi Mary Anne Bohlayer Jerri Mae Bryan Donna By I Maryhelen Ellis Nancy Anns Ellis Joan Fargis Virginia French Mae Gautier Marjorie Greene Hilda Hamilton MEMBERS Nancy Hill Mary Kerley Sharon Lane Till Lomaistro Lew McSwoin Violet Mandese Anne Mauk Norma May Jane Merlin Sonia Lee Meyer Patricia Mims Lorraine Nottace Nancy Parker Helen Phillips Betty Anne Pierce Mary Reeder Nancy Renninger Etta Robertson Dolly Rowe Judy Russ Jane Shepard Gerry Silva Barbara Swartz Alice Ward Bennie White Lelozene Wilson (First row, left to right) : Shepard, J.; Merlin, |.; Lane, S.; Bryan, J.; Bervaldi, F.; Aitchison, M.; Meyer, S.; Byl, D.; Lomais- tro, T. (Second row) : Schnoor, L.; Fargis, J.; Ellis, M.; Rowe, D.; Hamilton, H.; Nottage, L.; Kerley, M.; Kirby, P.; French, v.; Russ, J.; Swartz, B.; Warner, M. H. (Third row) : Robertson, E.; Ward, A.; Armstrong, B.; Gayzik, C; White, B,; Man- dese, v.; Philips, H.; Mauk, A.; Gautier, M.; Norman, J.; Bell, H. (Fourth row) ; Greene, M.; Mims, P.; Pierce, B.; Parker, N.; Anderson, J.; Hill, N.; May, N.; Alderman, J.; Silva, G.; BDhloyer, M. A. OFFICERS President Barbara Robbins Vice-President Edith Potter Secretary Jean Halliday Treasurer Ardath Danford (First row, left to right) : Givens, A. B. Baker, M. (Second row) ; Finnegon, M. Danford, A.; Halliday, ).; Robbins, B. Potter, E.; Campbell, M. (Third row) Horn, L.; Hoffman, D.; Micks, W.; Ack erman, B.; deVette, R. PI DELTA PHI HONORARY Pi Delta Phi, the National French Honorary was founded on campus in 1938. The organization ' s pur- pose is to further the study of and interest in the French language and literature. Members are chosen after they have completed at least one semester of literature on the advanced level, are qualified as a junior with a 2.2 grade average in French, and a 1 .8 over-all average. Initiation is held each semes- ter for those qualified undergraduates. Hard-working French students are honored in the spring when a tea is given by the organization for all A and B students in 101-102 and 201-202 French classes. PHI KAPPA LAMBDA HONORARY Phi Chapter of Pi Kappa Lambda is a national music honorary organization which was founded on our Florida State University campus in 1943. The club ' s purpose is the furtherance of musical edu- cation; and also the encouragement of eminent achievement in performance, original composition and musical leadership. OFFICERS 4 B jg f jgn M President Ramona C. Beard go ■ ■ . ' Vice-Pres Zadie L. Phipps Secretary. ... Herman Gunter, Jr. Treasurer Carlisle Floyd (First row, left to right) : Rand, D.; Not- toge, L.; Cowles, W.; Beard, R.; Doh- nanyi, E.; Opperman, E.; Wilson, H.; Bell, H. (Second row) : Koch, G.; Fargis, J.; Robertson, E.; Winslow, M.; Roden- berg, R.; Schnoor, L.; Phipps, Z.; Ward A.; Reeder, M. (Third row) : Floyd, C. Running, J.; Housewright, W.; Boda, j. Eddins, J.; Gunter, H.; Holmberg, H. Braunagel, R.; Forman, R. OFFICERS President Dorothy Davis Vice-Pres. . . .Geo. Coroline Parish Secretary Joyce Smith Treasurer Marlene Lenz (First row, left to right) : Hiers, H.; Har- per, E.; Howes, H. (Second row) : Cor- liie, B.; Aspinall, A.; Gilbert, G.; Davis, D.; Lenz, M.; Smith, J,; Dodson, G.; MacConnell, H. (Third row) : Secor, M.; Broome, A.; Frink, I.; Newberry, T.; Tate, D.; Peeples, B.; Mueller, N.; Harrell, B.; Thomas, I.; Shultz, R. PI OMEGA PI HONORARY Pi Omega Pi is the National Business Honorary at Florida State University, in addition to its regular meetings, the group has three main projects which it stages during the school year. These projects are the annual Homecoming initiation luncheon, remedial typing and shorthand laboratories and full cooperation with F.B.L.A. ' s state convention and the annual reception of the School of Business. Mem- bers of Pi Omega Pi are tapped at the beginning of each semester. SIGMA DELTA PI HONORARY Sigma Delta Pi is a national Spanish honorary fraternity, founded in California at Stanford Univer- ' sity. The Alpha Delta chapter on the Florida State University campus is one of the seventy-five chap- ters here in the United States. The objectives of the organization are to foster interest in the Hispanic cultures and to inspire a love of the traditions of things of beauty contributed by Spanish culture. This year Sigma Delta Pi has sponsored a group of lectures centered around the culture of Spain, in- cluding art, music, literature, etc. OFFICERS President Pat Weigand V ice-President. . . .Clara Williams Secretary Betty Jean Byrd Treasurer Jim Bolton (First row, left to right) : Potter, E.; Giv- ens. A.; Lathers, R. (Second row) : Byrd, B. J.; Hoffman, D.; Weigand, P.; Will- iams, C. (Third row) : Dolbee, M.; Camp- bell, M. (Fourth row) : Mathews, S.; Can- field, D.; Lacayo, H.; Anderson, G.; Bol- ton, J.; Farley, R.; deVette, R.; Finnegan, M. OFFICERS President Dorothy Longston Vice-President Patty Mims Secretary Martha Watkins Treasurer Nancy Smith (First row, left to right) : Hamlin, |.; Watkins, M.; Mims, P.; Longston, D.; Golemon, B.; Miller, S. (Second row) : Herndon, S.; Smith, N.; Everett, C; Flory, C; Yost, G.; Doggett, J.; Reeder, K.; Coskie, G.; Rivera, C. SIGMA TAU DELTA HONORARY Sigma Tau Delta, which is sponsored by the English Department, affords opportunities for congenial association with people of similar interests and aims. The purpose of this national honorary is to pro- mote the mastery of written expression, encourage worthwhile reading, and foster a spirit of fellow- ship among men and women specializing in English. Membership is limited to English majors with an over-all average of 2. and an average in English of 2. Tapping is held once a year and a reception is given afterwards. ZETA PHI ETA HONORARY The national professional speech arts fraternity for women, Zeta Phi Eta, was established on our Florida State University campus in 1937. This organization selects its members from all phases of speech work on the basis of scholarship and participation in extra-curricular activities in the field of Speech. Zeta Phi Eta ' s purpose is to promote scholarship in speech and develop a professional attitude among speech majors in all areas. The group is kept as " busy as bees " ushering at experimental play productions of the Speech Depart- ment as well as winning individual honors. Zeta Phi Eta ' s project for this past year was establishing a re ' ord of all alumni of F.S.U. ' s Speech Fraternity since its establishment on campus. OFFICERS President Shirley Hurlburt Vice-President Sara Margaret Davis Treasurer Karolyn Bardin Secretary Mary Kniffin (First row, left to right) : Bardin, K.; Hurlbert, S.; Kniffin, M. (Second row) ; Davis, S.; Jones, H.; Falls, M.; Cornelias, C. SOPHOMORE COUNCIL HONORARY OFFICERS President Jean Wetherell Vice-President Yvonne McCarthy Secretary Sonny Livingstone Treasurer Judy Simkins " The blue and the white and the things they stand for . . . , " are well remembered at Florida State University for their leadership and guidance during Freshman Week and also for their faithfulness in keeping the polls for the university elections. Freshmen are tapped during the latter part of the year for this honor. They are selected on the basis of their leadership, scholarship, and of the service rendered to the student body during their fresh- man year. Traditions which are symbolic of the Sophomore Council . . . mother and daughter rela- tionships between " old " and " new " members, daily raising the flag in front of Bryan Hall, and sere- nading of the freshmen girls at the first of the year and the senior girls at the close of the year. So remember the Blue Jackets and White Skirts so proudly worn on each and every Tuesday by the girls of the Sophomore Council. % (First row, left to right) : Ziegler, M.; Scott, E.; Simkins, ).; Livingstone, S.; McCarthy, Y.; V etherell, ).; Wimberly, M.; Chance, S.; Knight, H.; Knight, S.; Shaw, N. (Second row) : Convers, j.; Whiddon, J.; Fryer, B.; Bates, D.; Morris, M.; Whit- ' mire, B.; Bourland, A.; Hubert, P.; Leinbach, A.; Gola, C; Johnson, I.; Jennings, L.; Rogers, A. (Third row) : Spencer, R.; Renick, P.; Martin, P.; Dome, P.; McLoin, N.; Home, M.; Woods, B.; Oliver, K.; Corry, P.; Lassiter, P.; Fleury, J. 4 :.■ ' v ; -i A ■ . ' •mug I y ' i ' ■4.% OFFICERS President Wallace A. Dynes Vice-President Pete Williams Secretary Jackie Dupont Treasurer. .. Richard Shoenberger (First row, left to right!: Moore, P.; Flynn, ).; Moore, C; Gustafson, E.; Earn- est, M.; Dynes, W.; Williams, P. (Second row) : Hoadley, M.; Campione, M. A.; Shoenberger, R. SERVICE The Florida State University Bi-Y is a fellowship of student and faculty members, who, through study, worship, and action are seeking to understand Christ and His Spirit and to serve their fellowmen on the campus, in the nation, and throughout the world. It is affiliated with the national YMCA and YWCA and became a campus organization in 1950. As projects, Bi-Y has furnished refreshments for the hot and bothered registrants at fall registration, built a float for the Stetson sponsors at Homecoming, held services for the men at the Federal Correc- tional institute, and planned to have families in Tallahassee invite into their homes students who are staying at school for the holidays. MORTIFIED SERVICE Members of " Mortified " claim the distinction of being the only organization on the F.S.U. campus which does absolutely nothing. No projects are undertaken by the group and no officers are elected. A " Czar, " who is " selected " by outgoing members, reigns supreme over the organization. Actually an honorary however, members of Mortified are tapped each spring following the Mortar Board tapping. Their selection is based on the same qualifications as Mortar Board, with the excep- tion of " scholarship. " Students chosen for Mortified are those whose over-all scholastic average does not meet Mortar Board requirements, but whose leadership and spirit are outstanding. OFFICERS Czar Shirley Hurlburt (Left to right): Gillen, M.; Tavel, M.; Graves, E.; Jackson, A.; Hamby, C; Lomaistro, T. OFFICERS Chairman Catherine Hamby Secretary Ellie Marett (Seated, left to right) : Brown, D.; Mrs. B i.ey; Maiett, E.; Vann, I.; Hamby, C. (Standing) : Ready, H.; Watkins, M. SENIOR HALL COUNCIL SERVICE The girls living in East Landis Hall are organized into a self-governing group. Pictured in this group are the members of the hall ' s council which included the Senior Hall Chairman, Social Chairman and Floor Chairman. These officers were elected by the popular vote of the hall residents. Each week four of the students of the Hall serve on the council. These students are known as the " roving members. " By using this system each student living in the Hall takes on the responsibility of governing the Hall for a week. The purpose of the organization is to inspire each member of the Hall to uphold the stan- dards of Florida State University and to help the other students on campus do the same by setting an example. The organization is also known for its assistance to campus drives and projects. WARPATH CLUR SERVICE ,The Warpath Club, a newly organized group on campus, was founded on the Florida State University campus this year for the purpose of stimulating school spirit and promoting student interest in the university ' s sports. The " Warpath Seminoles " are also concerned with helping meet the needs for on expanding athletic program. Among the projects sponsored by the group are the making of sports scoreboards and the posting of game scores as they are received on A. P. wire, making four sign posts to announce all games and promoting a student card section for athletic events. OFFICERS President Frank Nelson Vice-President. . Evelyn Raulerson Secretary Eleanor Scott Treasurer Bill Dunn (First row, left to right) : Cornelius, G. Sisson, P.; Flory, C; Munroe, J.; Scott E.; Nelson, P.; Raulerson, E.; Dunn, B. Finder, A.; Eichinger, J. (Second row) Powell, L.; Lutz, J.; Adams, A.; Munroe B.; Oliver, K.; Ward, J.; Johnson, I. Walters, P.; Wenger, J.; Fortune, J.; Bay- lor, K. (Third row) : Cawthon, F.; Brad- dock, N.; Kendall, M.; Gates, P.; Grubb, J.; Wallace, M.; Holmes, F.; Murray, S.; Shephard, T.; Wooten, A.; Deal, M. OFFICERS President Jo Anne McCartney Vice-President Caroline Everett Secretary Alberta Large Treasurer William Bloom Social Chairman Ann Hendon (First row, left to right) : Bell, N.; Ham- mond, E.; Lane, S.; Wynne, A. (Second rowl : Harding, K.; Hendon, A.; Eve ett, C; Bloom, B.; McCartney, ).; Large, A.; Hoadley, M. (Third row) : Binnicker, C; Palmer, E.; Kirk, W.; Dorman, O.; Woiverton, R.; West, E.; Davis. W.; Sheffield, H. CLASSICAL CLUB DEPARTMENTAL The Classical Club of Florida State University is formed to continue on our campus an interest in the classical civilization and to increase the student ' s knowledge of Greek and Roman civilization. Meetings are regularly held once a month and are varied in nature, combining program, discussion, business, and social activities. Membership is open to anyone interested in the Classics. FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS AMERICA DEPARTMENTAL The purpose of the Future Business Leaders of America is to further high standards of moral integ- rity among business students in colleges and high schools and to foster high school chapters of F.B.L.A. Membership is open to any student taking courses in the School of Business. The local chapter arrived on campus in the fall of 1950, and have received national recognition for " The Blotter, " a mimeographed newspaper. They also cooperated in putting on the annual School of Business Reception, the FBLA Club Christmas Party, and the annual FBLA Convention with all the high school chapters over the state represented. (First row, left to right) : Reeves, N.; Cato, J.; Webb, J; Sappington, C; Schuiz, R.; Horrell, B.; Scott, H.; Haire, C. (Second row) : Collier, S.; Simms, J.; Howland, J.; Richards, W.; Har- grove, S.; Carlile, B.; Johnson, B.; Tate, D.; Smith, W.; Hollander, R.; Moshonas, E. (Third row) : Harrison, P.; Lapinski, M.; Peddie, D.; O ' Grady, S.; Secor, M.; Friend, N.; Peeples, B.; Spears, E.; Gray, C; Dominguez, D.; Stewart, M.; Dodson, G.; Potter, P. OFFICERS President Betty Carlile Vice-President. .. Dorothy Kish Secretary Sarah Hargrove Treasurer. ...... Betty Johnson . ! : ' ' Z -J£t ' 5 A ' 4JCNr a . W ' | « « (First row) : Cren- shaw, N.; Hadden, Z.; Payne, P. (Sec- ond row) : Stanton, .; Signorelli, P.; vVeston, L.; Person, .; Sheppard, T.; Dr. Price; Roetz- leim, B.; Gutting, D.; Sharp, j. (Third ow) ; Zipperer, E.; relcnd, D.; Deal, SA. L.; Miles, J.; Shannon, S.; Reg- 10, J.; Holder, D.; -inney. P.; Gussic, .; Evan, E.; Mar- in, B. (Fourth ow) : McKenzie, J.; Schwarzman, J.; luda, A.; Regno, Z.; Abrahonson, 3.; Rountr ee, B.; -ield, E.; Tonka, .; Hicks, B.; Hoid- ?r, C; Millword, j. _ -«¥HeM " » jHlS!» GYMKANA DEPARTMENTAL OFFICERS Director and Coach Dr. Hartley Price Senior Managers. . . .Terry Sheppard and Bill Roetzheim General Chairman Barbara Strode and Dick Gutting Captain, Gymnastic Team Jack Sharp What is Gymkana? Gymkana is a stimulating and satisfying physical education activity for young and old. This organization, under the capable leadership of Dr. Hartley Price, has done much since its arrival on campus in 1949 to bring a name to Florida State University. Gymkana can well be proud of its members in the National Collegiate and National AAU championships, its many talented coeds, and the participation of the Tallahassee Tumbling Tots in its performances. Gymkana was organized in ' 49 to promote and maintain constructive and artistic proficiency in the advanced techniques of gymnastics, showmanship, and diversified performance; to provide an opportunity for outstanding students in the various schools, to integrate their artistic ability and expression into outstanding gymnastic productions. During the year ' s Gymstravaganza " Playland, USA " Carolyn Hodden was chosen Miss Gymkana. Beside this campus production in the fall, Gymkana mode road shows throughout the year. FSU coeds have given up their time and talents to make the many productions of Gymkana a big success. OFFICERS President Bronna Mae Elkins Vice-President Dorothy Douglas Secretary Emily Smith Treasurer Lois Bray (First row, left to right) : Medlin, M. L.; Pearson, J.; Georgs, D.; Fortner, D.; Whitmore, L.; Etchison, J.; Prevedel, K.; Puckett, S.; Register, C. (Second row): Wooten, A.; Cooke, E.; Kent, K.; Vaughan, M.; Brett, P.; Decker, J.; Page, P.; Sutton, ).; Walker, M. S.; Goff, D.; Kitson, D.; Cochran, L. (Third row) : Mitchell, F.; Johnson, D.; Smith, E.; Bray, L.; Elkins, B. M.; Trumbo, G ; Riedesel, M.; Douglas, D.; Srygley, B.; Gilbert, ),; Friedheim, H.; Goodson, N. (Fourth row) : Hobbs, J.; Lemmon, R.; Spaeth, L.; Allen, S.; Fagen, L. A.; Copelond, G.; Johnston, J.; Keaton, J.; Rotherham, M.; Smith, N.; Garrett, M.; Prentice, V.; Bishop, M.; Riddsr, C. (Fifth row): Jewett, J.; Williams, L.; Warren, Y.; McGeachy, L.; Nuttle, B. L.; Ready, H.; Howard, R.; ArnolJ, H.; Roberts, G.; Phelps, J. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB DEPARTMENTAL The Home Economics Club was established on this campus to develop and to promote interest in the various aspects of home economics and to foster good student-faculty relationships. Home Economics includes Food and Nutrition, Home and Family Life, Home Economics Education and Institutional Advancement. Membership in the club is composed of all majors, minors, and other students who are interested in the field of Home Economics. Club meetings are held once a month. The social ac- tivities for the year included a tea for the Freshmen to acquaint them with the functions of the club, and a Fashion Show for which the students designed, made, and modeled their own creations. Also, several members attended the State Convention in Daytona Beach early in November. The F.S.U. chapter is affiliated with the Florida and American Home Economics Association. INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUR DEPARTMENTAL OFFICERS President G. P. Land Vice-President Don Buzzard Secretary David Hainlin Treasurer Charles Thompson The Industrial Arts Club is open to all majors and minors in Industrial Art. The purpose of this organization is to further the Industrial Arts program in this school, to keep in contact with Indus- trial Art majors who hove graduated and are teaching; and to work on the projects as a whole and to establish a fellowship in the future. Their programs include socials, such as picnics, fishing trips and dances. The laboratory is well equip- ped to include such projects as metal work, drafting, leather work, ceramics, plastics, and textiles. (First row, left to right I : Zappia, ].; Hainlin, D.; Buzzard, D.; Thompson, C; Thornton, H. (Second row) : Sandiford, J.; Sweet, S.; Coleman, D.; Childs, L.; Burns, C. (First row, left to right): Lawler, H. Yoshedo, A. (Second row) : Baker, M. Roiford, J.; McCadams, K.; Ermete, J. Edwards, V.; Moshonas, E, (Third row) Franks, C; Hendren, A.; Falconer, W. Vcnderhill, B. Faculty Sponsor; England, H.; Haynes, V. OFFICERS President Josephine Roehrig Vice-President Jean Raiford Secretary-Treasurer — Katharine McCadams GEOGRAPHY CLUB DEPARTMENTAL The Geography Club is an educational and social organization at Florida State University and its pur- pose is to further interest in geography and related fields. It was established on this campus in 1933. The past year ' s social events included a watermelon cut, swimming at the coast, and a picnic. The members made field trips to places within a seventy-mile radius of Tallahassee. LIBRARY SCIENCE DEPARTMENTAL The Soltas Club is a local library science club which was organized on this campus in 1949. The pri- mary purpose of this club is to further the profession of librarianship and to provide for social and professional contacts for the students engaged in the study of that profession. Social events for the year include a Christmas party and a spring picnic for all of its members. Membership in the Soltas Club is open to all students who are interested in this sort of club. Projects of the club include a spe- cial demonstration of library methods which took place in the fall of the year. OFFICERS President Jay Louis Ladd Vice-President Gloria Dice Secretary. .. Betty Jane Mattison Treasurer. .Marjorie Nell Fogarty (First row, left to right) : Danford, A. Massonneau, S.; Mathews, D.; Nelson J.; Coullum, J.; Duggan, K.; Sanders, M. Busbee, L. (Second row): Urschel, L. Teneick, M.; Taxwood, V.; Dice, G. Ladd, J.; Mattison, J.; Fogarty, M.; Mc- Pherson, P.; Fredrickson, E.; Williams, F. (Third row) : Marshall, J.; Mitchell, j.; Daughtry, B.; O ' Melia, P.; Anders, M.; Holtz, v.; Clapp, R.; Gregory, A.; Oiler, K.; Srygley, S.; Ritchie, M. OFFICERS President Rose Alvarez Vice-Pres. . . .Anna Athanason Secretary-Treasurer. Jo Powell (First row, left to right) ; Minl , C; Clees, J.; Kirl , J.; Haynes, B.; Coliinsworth, B.; McKneely, J.; Young, j.; Combs, E.. (Second row) ; Mickler, G.; McGill, J.; Chapman, E.; Anderson, B.; Athanason, A.; Powell, J.; Portin, D.; West, C; Holland, B. (Third row! : Cooper, B.; Theobald, B. A.; Templeton, D.; Herndon, M.; Hinton, J.; Batcheller, M. A.; Presnell, S.; Guard, j.; Folsom, P.; Lassiter, P.; Paris, B. PHYSICAL ED ASSOCIATION DEPARTMENTAL The Physical Education Association for Women, a local professional organization for majors in Phy- sical Education was established September, 1930 on this campus. The purpose of PEA is to promote a professional attitude; to promote the development of worth, skills; to foster a spirit of unity among the group, within groups throughout the state, and within national groups in the fields of Health Physical Education and Recreation. Among the social events sponsored by this group is a Homecoming Tea and many camp week-ends at Florida State ' s Camp Flastacowo. The Physical Education Association also sponsors the opening of the gym to all university students on Saturday afternoons. SOCIAL WORK CLUB DEPARTMENTAL The Social Work Club works for the promotion of a better understanding of the social welfare field and its associates. It is a local organization composed of students and faculty in the School of Social Welfare. The Club ' s activities during the year included cooperative meetings among underclassmen -and first and second year graduate students, informative lecture-discussion programs led by out- standing Tallahassee citizens and professional people, and a variety of parties. All of these activities bring more closely together those working in and studying the social work profesison. OFFICERS President Lorna K. Cowie Vice-President . . . .August Pompelia Secretary Pat Caro Treasurer Mary Godwin (First row, left to right) : Sumners, j.; Caro, P.; Smcle, N.; Cole, L.; Godwin, M.; Howes, |. (Second row) : Dr. Leap; Louthan, M.; Painter, R.; Ferncld, T.; Gregory, S.; Pen- nell, W.; Earnest, M.; Sisco, V. B.; Dr. Pearl. MEN ' S ' F ' CLUB DEPARTMENTAL OFFICERS President Jim Arnold Vice-President Tom Conway Secretary Bob Schmelz Treasurer Fred Hoover Brawn and muscle organization of Florida State University — that ' s the F Club, composed of varsity letter winners in athletics who have as their purpose the promotion of cooperation and fellowship among the athletes of the University and the promotion of athletic good will between the University, its friends, high schools and other universities. Another goal is the publicizing of interscholastic and intercollegiate athletics. Periodic meetings are conducted to discuss matters concerning athletics. After being initiated, var- sity lettermen on campus are full-fledged members of Men ' s F Club. When the first " F " is earned, lettermen can be seen wearing a garnet sweater; the second letter, a white sweater; the third, a leather jacket; and the fourth, sporting a beautiful blanket decorated by the F.S.U. Crest. The Club ' s social calendar includes the traditional " F " Club dance at which time the F Club Queens are crowned; the " F " men ' s week-end; and a spring banquet. (First row, left to right) : Retry, B.; Bryant, B.; Wodrich, B.; Hoover, F.; Arnold, J.; Schmelz, B.; Fischer, L.; Huey, M.; O ' Neal, C; Campbell, C. (Second row) : Lockard, E.; Parker, W.; Sellers, M.; Marsee, B,; Whitmer, B.; Pence, B.; McLaughlin, T.; Burnett, J.; Kalenich, S.; Quinn, I.; Jardine, W.; Dunn-Rankin, P. ;• " y j , • ■ " " fl :: ' " : ' f( f% l -se-f " i v,«. iSh " " wSSUt . r.v. .■ .:- , ' ■ ■ ; M 1 W 1 S y (First row, left to right) : West, C; Moody, I.; Henry, C; Maynord, S.; Redding, P.; Morett, E.; Templeton, D.; Hajothan- oson. A.; Aibur-y, N. (Second row) : Gerdemon, P.; Starbird, K.; Edgren, B.; Ellis, S.; Morrison, M.; Demeritt, B.; Brown, D.; Grant, S.; Welch, M.; Lane, N.; Young, J.; Simpson, V.; Cru n, P. (Third row) : True, N.; Parker, M.; Slemp, M.; Kirk, J.; Anderson, B,; Erickson, M.; Hamby, C; Wade, ).; Jackson, A.; Lembeck, A.; Mink, C; Dr. Jeffress. (Fourth row) : Rigell, j.; Moore, C; Guzman, M.; Morgan, M.; Hargrove, L.; McGill, J.; Folsom, P.; Battle, M.; Stakey, M.; Martin, P.; Roberts, J.; Rector, E.; Holland, B,; Biancarosa, R.; Alexander, S.; Alvarez, R.; Mims, P. (Fifth row) : Lippte, B.; Peters, D.; Lassiter, P.; Browder, M.; Webb, J.; Comer, P.; Thompson, E.; Temple, P.; Browder, S.; Kight, M.; Lee, V.; Tavel, M.; Ware, L.; Pulley, F.; Grotewcld,. M; Flynn, J. WOMEN ' S ' ' V CLUB DEPARTMENTAL OFFICERS President Jo Wade Vice-President Cathy Hamby Secretary Jo Anne Young Assistant Secretary Betty Holland Social Chairman Sallie Grant If you have a big job to be done, call on Woman ' s F Club, the local woman ' s athletic honorary. It was founded in 1925 and since then has grown by leaps and bounds. The purpose of Woman ' s F Club is to cooperate with the Woman ' s Recreation Association in promoting woman ' s athletic activ- ities and to contribute to the development of high ideals and university spirit among the students on this campus. Their outstanding annual activities include a tea each semester honoring prospective new members, homecoming decorations of main gate and fountain at Wescott, the queen ' s float, and the annual box supper for the Campus Chest. I First row) : Cox, J.; Smith, N.; For- han, J.; Norfleet, ). (Second row) : Mize, A.; Temple- ton, D.; Hampton, P.; Herndon, M ; Goleman, B.; Stew- art, J. MODERN DANCE GROUP DEPARTMENTAL OFFICERS President Nancy W. Smith Vice-President Jean Forhan Secretary Joyce Cox Treasurer Emily Rector The purpose of the Modern Dance Group (Theatre Dance Group) is to stimulate interest and develop appreciation of dance and to provide experience in dance production. The main project of the year was the annual dance performance, which was entitled " An Evening of Dance, " given in the Opper- man Music Hall. All of the dances given were original creations of the students and faculty sponsors. The members of the Modern Dance Group are chosen by try-outs and voted upon by the active mem- bers. They are selected on the basis of ability, rhythm, grace and movements. New members are tapped twice a year. UNIVERSITY SINGERS DEPARTMENTAL OFFICERS President Adrian Ketchum Vice-President James Harris Secretary Nancy Ann Ellis Treasurer Jean Anderson The repertoire of this organization comprises choral literature ranging from folk-songs to extended compositions in large forms and from the sixteenth century to the present. All students of the Uni- versity are eligible and may receive credit by obtaining permission of their advisers; all membership is through tryouts. Jean Anderson Bette Jo Armstrong Howard Augustine Mary Ann Baucino Barbara Beers Herman Bekemeyer Robert Brady Jerry Bryan Gwyn Cooper John Cooper Louise Congdon Alice Cornweli Jim Crews Ruth Crothers Bill Dalrymple Delano Driver Bob Davis Ralph Duxbury John Eddins Moryhelen Ellis Nancy Ann Ellis Cindy Faneuf Holly Ficht Patricia Finney Sam Frank Naida Groebner MEMBERS jim Harris Blair Hennessey Herbert Holcomb Jim Hussong Bill Head Gene Howey Gail Jackron Iris Johnson Ernest Jones Adrian Ketcham Alex Lewis David Lowe Lorene Marvel Joan Meader Jane Merlin Ted Morrill Jackie Morris Imogene McHale Jane Parkman Alice Peacock Betty Ann Pierce Patricia Potter Claude Rhea Earl Sapp Homer Savige Nellie Scardasis Lewis Scoggin Jane Shepard Gene Simmons Frank Starbuck Joyce Thomas Shirley Traxler Nancy True Bennie White Thalia Whitehurst Eugenia Williams Anne Williamson (First row, left to right) : Jackson, G.; Wyneth, J.; Potter, P.; Mauk, A.; Ball, R.; Hennessey, B.; Williams, D.; Ketcham, A.; Russ, J.; Wilson, L.; Williams, E.; Meador, J. (Second row) : McHale, I.; Amundson, E.; Silva, G.; Pierce, B.; Mum- power, H.; Sapp, E.; Harris, J.; Hamilton, H.; Anderson, J.; Johnson, I.; Faneuf, C. (Third row): Ellis, N.; Hendren, A.; Congdon, L.; Kirby, P.; Norman, J.; Groebner, N.; Shepard, J.; Frank, S.; Starbuck, F.; Marshall, H,; May, N.; White, B. (Fourth row) : Dr. Housewright; Alderman, J.; Jones, E.; Hall, A.; Dalrymple, B.; Hussong, J.; Davis, R.; Howey, R.; Crews, J.; Ross, N.; French, V.; Williamson, A.; Beers, B. , ..,■ BTli yH w M HK p P ■1 V J r A h Wk fm " m IJL H S " m - ■ fm- mmWk M Wm • tHi ■ THE COLLEOIANS (F.S.U. MEN ' S GLEE CLUB) DEPARTMENTAL OFFICERS President L. Wendell Carpenter Vice-President Bill Head Student Conductor. . .Geo. Strothers Bunn, III Librarian C. Blair Hennessey Accompanist Nancy Love Hill The Collegians were first organized in 1947 under Walter James of the School of Music faculty as the Male Chorus. Under the leadership of Mr. James and J. Dayton Smith, his successor as director, the group has grown to forty voices and has become one of the most active music organizations on the campus. In the fall of 1950 they renamed themselves The Collegians (F.S.U. Men ' s Glee Club) and adopted new concert uniforms. They introduced the new FSU Fight Song to the student body and alumni at the 1950 Pow-Wow and are representative of the fine spirit of the Florida State University student body. They provide an opportunity for all men to participate in an active singing organization, a love for singing being the only prerequisite for membership. For their music they draw upon the lit- erature of all ages with emphasis on spirituals, folk songs, popular songs, and songs of a humorous nature. (First row, left to right) : Sheffield, A.; Free, P.; Shuler, B.; Hill, N.; Head, W.; Carpenter, W.; Johnson, P.; Lenord, K.; Lane, P.; Lopez, ).; Kirby, |. (Second row) : Griffin, R.; Chadwick, K.; Hudson, ).; Harris, ).; Williams, ).; Buckley, ).; Car- ter, R.; Eagleton, R.; Green, M.; Bowen, T.; Ball, R.; Kerr, C. (Third row) : J. D. Smith; Aldridge, E.; Chastain, J.; McDow- and, R.; Scoggin, L.; Crews, ).; Bidwell, J.; Cook, R.; Tippi i, L.; Westberry, L.; Bund, G.; Verrning, T. MMi4iit%% Ite- t r l t t 4 s m r- M ■?• " (First tro, T row, left to right) : Kerley, M.; Rowe, D.; Forgis, o, I .; Bell, H.; Davis, L.; Darsey, A. (bee .; Merlin, J.; Meyer, S.; Dozier, J.; Hayes P.; Trimmer, C. (Third row) : Kirby, P.; S Parker, N.; Mims, P.; Powell, M.; Selva, G.; Williams, M. A (Second row ) G.; Merlin, ).; Meyer, S.; Dozier, j.; Hayes, A.; Ronme, )., ouggs, u., P.; Sheftall, D.; French, V.; C Mims, P.; Powell, M.; Sel-- ' ' - ■ ' ■ " - " " ■ ' " -- .; Wil:on, L.; Nottoge, L.; Mr. iiu luwi . Merritt, F.; Davis, B. S.; Brown, J A.; Rahme, ).; Boggs, L.; H Fleurv unt, E.; Parrish !arver, J.; Phillips, ■ Kendall, M.; Joseph Running; Marett, E.; Lomais- ; Sundeman, V.; Jones, D.; Hamrick, , M.; Gautier, M.; Harper, D.; Shaw, H.; Dougherty, M.; Pierce, B. A.; Palermo, B. WOMEN ' S GLEE CLUB DEPARTMENTAL OFFICERS President Lorraine Nottage Vice-President Eleanor Marett Secretary-Treasurer Til Lomaistro The Women ' s Glee Club is a local organization comprised of approximately eighty " singing voices. " This group is one of fun and fellowship as well as one of musical ability. The Glee Club usually stages two concerts a year in addition to performing at various other affairs. Two projects the club fulfills annually are the traditional Christmas Vespers and a singing tour of Florida. MEMBERS Helen Bell Bernice Lunsford Mae Gautier Mary Spencer Mary Anne Williams Janie Brown Betty Palermo Ann Lee Hays Leiagene Wilson Annette Darsey Bobbie Davis Betty Ann Pierce Frances Merritt Judy Carver Lynn Davis Mary Dougherty Dolly Rowe Lorraine Nottage Virginia French Til Lomaistro Holly Ficht Peg Van Skike Nancy Parker Gay Hamrick Jane Merlin Donna Harper Jo Fleury Marilyn Parrish Dellona Jones Patty Mims Ernestine Hunt Frieda Allen Jean Rohme Ellie Marett Margaret Powell Mickie Kendall Laurel Boggs Pat Shaw Sonya Meyer Martha Scott Mary Kerley Joan Dozier Dorothy Sheftall Vera Sundemen June Simmons Pat Kirby Joan Fargis Gerry Silvc Carol Trimmer (First row, left to richt) : Gilbert, B.; Ellis, S.; Kirk, ).; McGill, J.; Ander- son, B, ( 2ncl row) : Mink, C; Brown- lee, F,; Thompson, E.; Branon, B.; Athonason, A. WOMEN ' S RECREATION ASSOCIATION DEPARTMENTAL OFFICERS President Jane Kirk Vice-President Sara Mary Ellis Secretary June McGill Women ' s Recreatio n Association at Florida State University is an organization to provide recreation for all women students. This is made possible by the organized Odd-Even and intramural sports pro- gram of archery, badminton, basketball, bowling, dance, golf, hockey, Softball, soccer, swimming, tennis, volleyball, bridge, horseshoes, shuffleboard, skish and ping-pong; also special interest clubs such as Tarpon Club, the Dance Group, Physical Education Association, and " F " Club. It also sponsors sports days, both at FSU and in the state. The women ' s section of University Recreation Association has, among other projects, the FSU song book and the purchasing of records for Camp Flastacowo. This past spring the organization acted as hostess for the State-wide Sports Day. Women ' s Recrea- tion Association is open to all students. TARPON CLUB DEPARTMENTAL OFFICERS President Del Peter Vice-President Jean Rigell Secretary-Treasurer Sandra Chance Swimming at the peak of perfection — you must be speaking of the Tarpon Club. The purpose of this club is to promote greater interest and skill in synchronized swimming. The Tarpon Club was initiated on this campus in 1936 and has always been an outstanding organization. Members are chosen for skill, gracefulness, and rhythm in swimming. Each year the club presents two shows which are written, directed, and performed by the members. They also hold a clinic for their members to develop personal skills, techniques, and new ideas to incorporate in their shows. In addition, they do exhibition swimming at conventions and sports days and give demonstrations before classes of the university. This year the club did a demonstration on synchronized swimming for the aquatic section of the Southeastern A.A.H.P.E.R. Convention in At- lanta. The club has also appeared in several movie shorts. (First row, left to right) : Peter, D.; For han, |.; Moore, C; Ziegler, M. A.; Vines, P.; Richardson, A ; Shrine, L.; Templeton, ,D.; Thompson, J. (Second row): Wode, J.; Landrum, ).; Jones, B.; Albury, N.; Morrison, M.; Anderson, B.; Rigell, J.; Cov- anough, N.; Melde, M. (Third row) : Stigler, M.; Parker, M.; Hubert, P.; Von Dusen, D.; Chance, S.; Bourland, A.; Powers, M.; Jiretz, D,; Comer, P.; Fuller, M. H.; Wharton, B, L.; Lorimier, P.; Slater, P.; Burton, S. COTILLION CLUB SOCIAL OFFICERS President Jean Ghiotto Vice-President Darlene Missio Secretary Jo Neil Proctor Treasurer Donna Aase Dance Chairman Carolyn Nord This dance society for women here at Florida State University adds social opportunities and interests; they not only helped with the university dances and improving social activities and privileges, but gave dancing lessons to all who were interested. Cotillion ' s purpose is to recognize outstanding women dancers on campus and to promote better dancing among the student body. Cotillion was formed to foster interest among women students in the age-old custom of dancing. In keeping with this idea, they sponsor many activities where the main attraction is tripping the light fantastic; the annual Christmas Formal and the tea dances throughout the year are two of their main functions. New members of this organization are tapped twice a year. (First row, left to right) : Falligant, M.; Conroy, N,; Stokes, I.; Thomas, B. (Second row) : Pinkston, L.; Gates, P.; Sheppord, T.; Proctor, ).; Ghiotto, ).; Aase, D.; Nord, C; Howard, S.; Knight, S.; Smith, R. (Third row) : Cordell, B.; Wells, ].; Ander- son, B.; Costello, P.; Angel, P.; Robidoux, A.; Morris, P.; LuCres, M.; Long, Y. (Fourth row) ; Mayer, N.; Pettit, B.; Bates, D.; Gola, C; Brodshaw, S.; Mason, K.; Lewis, A.; Wilson, J.; Gainer, G.; Bleckley, M. (Not pictured) : Dougherty, M.; Missio, D.; Powell, 1.; Traxler, L. ' ,«A. f ™« «!! r (First row, left to right) ; Stone, C; Sullivan, M.; Pinron, D.; Cardone, C; Bixler, T.; Poppas, N.; Eduardo, T.; Jindro, J. (Second row) : Yeager, W.; Regno, J.; Sheppord, E.; Signorelli, P.; Fucile, F.; James, ).; Miller, D.; Nasralloh, H.; Regno, C. (Third row): Liner, N.; Spoto, R.; O ' Neal, E.; Wodrich, R.; Wilcox, B.; Vrenna, F. CAVALIERS SOCIAL OFFICERS President Cosmo D. Cardone Vice-President David Smith Secretary Ted Bixler Treasurer Martin D. Sullivan No need to worry about him stepping on your feet if he ' s a Cavalier! The members of Cavaliers, national social-dancing honorary, represent the highest in social dancing skill. This society is dedicated to the improvement of social activities, privileges, and opportunities among the students; to a wider dissemination of those opportunities and benefits; and to the promo- tion of fellowship and betterment of all its members. The local chapter came on campus in 1947. Cavaliers sponsor tea dances, put on a vaudeville show, give dancing lessons to the student body in conjunction with Cotillion, and take part in the Sandspur production. The words and music of the national Cavalier song were written by Doug Alley and Thomas Wright, members of the local chapter. OFFICERS Pres Marianne Gillen V.-Pres Judy Ellis Secty Lucille Rogers Treas Anice Spencer (First row, left to right) ; Conyers, ].; Jones, S.; Calhoun, C; Spencer, A.; Ellis, ).; Gillen, M.; Hawkins, A.; Church, J.; Hargrove, D.; Armstrong, ).. (Second row) ; Sisson, P.; Lawrence, N.; Hunt, E.; Owsley, H.; DeHaven, K.; Whiddon, J.; Dr. Stephen Winters; Dorsey, M.; Munroe, ).; Toole, K.; Brewer, S.; Green, E.; Blocker, j. (Third row) : Melson, B.; Chance, M.; Burroughs, J.; Brewton, B.; Adicks, J.; Tomlinson, G.; Charlette, P.; Kennedy, B.; Slater, M.; Kennedy, S. VILLAGE VAMPS SOCIAL Village Vamps is a social honorary which taps no more than thirty freshmen girls each fall on the basis of poise, personality and attractiveness. The Vamps are available to be called on by the uni- versity to aid in any school activities, and they ore the official hostesses for campus affairs. The year of 1951 -52 found the Vamps busy ushering for all speech department productions and all Sand- spur performances, entertaining their brother organization, L ' Apache, with informal parties, and holding fall rush parties. (First row, left to right) : Munt, N.; Hogan, S.; Chrissinger, ).; Johnson, D,; Turnley, P.; Cal- houn, C; McKay, A.; Brown, J.; Ambrose, S. (Second row) : Evans, L.; Hutto, j.; Sweetmon, N.; Edwards, J.; Mohr, M.; Dr. Frederick Holschuh; Adams, A.; Munroe, B.; Ficht, H.; Yare , A.; Shaw, V. (Third row) : Veal, K.; Stark, ).; Cornwell, J.; Fields, M.; McNab, L.; Collins, A.; Owens, J.; Blitch, J.; Miller, B.; Helms, L. L ' APACHE SOCIAL OFFICERS President Dick Mead Vice-President Bob Woodburn Secretary Haywood Taylor L ' Apache, quaint French term for " Pirate " is an organization of thirty-six representatives from eight social fraternities on this campus. The " pirates " are devoted first and foremost to service to the Uni- versity and secondly to promoting the social life of its members. During the Panhellenic Dance in December these men-in-black tapped new members. Stag parties are held frequently during the year whenever there is a need for extending good fellowship and brotherhood. (First row, left to right): Boone, Fuller, Mead, Woodburn, Schmelz. (Second row) : Booth, Waters, Shiphorst, Italiono, Jordine. (Third row): Wiles, Stewart, Thompson, Tully, Heagerty. (Fourth row) : Mills, O ' Connel, Jones, Wells, Witt. (Fifth row): Butler, Cumbie, Carter, Bookmyer, Adams. (Sixth row): Vrenna, Shaeffer. (Last person): Johnson. (First row, left to right) : Weed, K.; Stokes, G.; McCray, B.; D vis, P.; Sittermann, R,; Bailey, F.; Landry, ). (Second row) : Lattner, J.; Stanaland, C; Creel, C; Vaughn, D.; Kerzan, ).; Anderson, A.; Cain, C. (Third row) : Blitch, G.; Stockton, P.; Crutchfield, L.; Marti, J.; Salyers, ).; Driver, B.; Stinson, D.; Bowers, M. TRI CHI SOCIAL OFFICERS President Phil Davis Vice-President Rol Sittermann Secretary Garland Stokes Treasurer Breece McCray To aid in all worthwhile projects and through the concerted efforts to encourage the spirit of fellow- ship between the member fraternities is the purpose of Tri-Chi, a local social organization which arrived on the Florida State University campus January 3, 1952. Members of this organization are tapped twice a year on the basis of their service, leadership and social ability, being voted upon by the actives of Tri-Chi. The first tapping of the group was held during IFC weekend. Many dances and weekends were brightened by the green and white of Tri-Chi ' s colorful uniforms this spring, and plans are being made for a combined Tri-Chi and L ' Apache weekend next fall. OFFICERS General Avery Lembeck Colonel Mary Ann Slemp (First row, left to right): Grant, S.; Lomaistro, T.; Hamby, C; Lemb2cl , A.; Tavel, M.; Jackson, A.; Avis, E. (Second row) : Edgren, B.; Webb, J.; Moore, P.; Howarth, E.; Brownlee, F.; Russell, P.; Thomas, B. CONFEDERATES SOCIAL " The South will rise again " is the favorite phrase of the Confederates, the most unorganized organiza- tion on campus — unique in that it is the only organization on campus that vows and declares that it has no purpose. The members are chosen from Junior Counselors who have seceded from their class- mates to live in freshman dorms. It is unheard of for any Confederate to rush into anything — they just poke along. FOREIGN STUDENTS CLUR SOCIAL The Foreign Student ' s Club is a local organization to bring the foreign students together, to give the American students a knowledge about the countries from which the other students came; and to pro- mote friendships between the foreign students so as to serve the cause of international relationships. The club includes students from Austria, Germany, Iceland, Egypt, Puerto Rico, Turkey, Panama, Holland, Cuba, Hungary, England, and China. This organization held a convention of all foreign students in the State of Florida and sponsored an international art exhibit. Their mem.bers have spoken at various civic clubs in Tallahassee and in other cities throughout the state and also before many groups on campus. OFFICERS Pres Elizabeth vonWiener ( Hungary ) V.-Pres Elin Heraldsdottir ( Iceland ) Secty Manuela Crespo (Puerto Rico) Treas Reginald Cook (Canada ) (Fir:t row, left to right): Hsu, L.; Wagner, H.; Cook, R.; Heraldsdottir, E.; vonWiener, E.; Rivera, C; Yang, D.; Crespo, M.; Wang, V. (Second row) : Lopezinigo, M.; Youngthan, E.; Hochstim, A.; Roig, W.; Krasemonn, M.; Ragnarsson, S.; King, M.; Mon- asse, R.; Skagfield, H.; Karlsson, B. (First row, left to right) : Abrams, H.; Shannon, S.; Camus, Z.; Stevens, N. (2nd row I: Yarbrough, T.; Keene, S.; Tyrrell, G.; Gray, J. RIFLE and PISTOL CLUB SOCIAL OFFICERS President Gordon Tyrrell Vice-President Zola Camus Secretary Shan Shannon Executive Officer Stewart Keene The Rifle and Pistol Club which is found on our campus is a member of the National Rifle Associa- tion and all members are allowed to participate in national rifle matches as well as the intercollegi- ate matches. The organization ' s purpose is to promote interest and skill in rifle and pistol shooting and to further the " characteristics " of honesty, good fellowship, self-discipline, team play and self-reliance. The members of this group have a view toward a better knowledge of the safe handling and proper care of firearms as well as improved marksmanship. SEMINOLE FLYING CLUB SOCIAL OFFICERS President Blair Hennessey Secretary Paul Soraparu Treasurer Ken Wagner During the past year, the club heard lectures by the C. A. A. inspector and a representative of the local weather station. Mr. Shuler, Seminole Flying Service, conducted ground school. Curtis Cannon, Bob Delaney and Ken Wagner made their first solo flights and are working toward a private license. James Gunn, School of Music, and Blair Hennessey not only soloed but completed all requirements for the private license. Prof. Gunn holds the record for time on this project. He joined the club late last fall, soloed in about a week and completed the private in two months. The principle objectives of the club, where each member owns a share in the airplane, are to provide cheaper flying costs than could be obtained on the open market and to promote safety and efficiency in flying among the members, in three years of club operation, there have been no accidents. Some members find practical use for their flying. Prof. Wagn er, Botany Department, supplements his ecology lectures with aerial photographs illustrating the various plant formations of this region. He has found the plane useful, also, in locating the " roads " leading to some of the lesser known areas needing botanical study. (Left to right) : Curtis W. Cannon, Paul J. Soraparu, Robert G. Young, Blair Hennessey, James Masson Gunn, Dean B. Risher, Mary Wilburn Krenzer. I i { ' M m W ' BAPTIST STUDENT UNION RELIGIOUS OFFICERS President Norma Crane Vice-President Patty Mims Secretary Betty Jane Allen Treasurer Janet Kelly Student Secretary Mary Elizabeth Ainsworth Faculty Advisors Mrs. Ida Simmons and Mr. Charles H. Walker . . . LINKS the Baptist college student and the Baptist church in the college center. . . . SEEKS to develop well-ro unded students, and thus fosters a well-rounded program, meeting the varied needs and interests of young people with worship, devotional, musical, Bible study, social, and recreational activities, providing a wholesome outlet for every God-given talent and ability and an opportunity for lifelong and inspiring friendships. . . . SERVES the college community in seeking to raise the standards and ideals of the entire uni- versity and in striving to make Christianity a growing influence in the university community. (First row, left to right) : Norris, V.; Thomas, B.; deBoer, P.; Simmons, I.; Crone, N.; Ainsworth, M.; Allen, B.; Faulkner, O.; Oliver, L. (Second row): Vv ' ilder, K.; Davis, S.; Nobi, G.; Holloway, R.; Gushing, H.; Grady, V .; Carpenter, W.; Watkins, M.; Kelley, J. " ■ fTf ri ww TT o 4 ' ■y ' w: -i ' .0!m m p u (First row, left to right) ; Avis, E.; The Rev. W. K. Morley; Miller, S.; Mac- Gowan, B.; Crickenberger, M.; Lane, S. (Second rowl: Hill, E.; Binnicker, C; Feier, R.; Ell.ngsworth, H.; Redding, M.; Hainlin, D.; Bill, M.; Velzy, B,; Everett, C. CANTERBURY CLUB RELIGIOUS OFFICERS President Brad MacGowan Vice-President Susan Miller Secretary Mildred Crickenberger Treasurer Jean Lafitte Chaplain The Rev. Walter K. Morley The Canterbury Club is the official organization of all the Episcopal students on campus and has the vestry as its governing body. The basic aim of this organization is to promote fellowship among the members of the group and others interested in the Episcopal church. Besides the religious aspect of life at Ruge Hall there is the social life which includes receptions, teas, and other parties. Students are encouraged to contribute to the program of the Canterbury Club through study classes, workshop activities, and other committees. OFFICERS President Berna Kardonsky Vice-President Gladys Caskie Sec.-Treas. . . . Kalherine McCadams (First row, left 1o right! : Haynes, V.; Smyth, ].; McCadams, K.; Kardonsky, B. (Second row) : Snyth, L.; Richey, L.; Kamerer, D.; Darby, Y.; Cackie, G. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CLUB RELIGIOUS To unite the Christian Scientists of Florida State University in closer bonds of Christian fellowship is the purpose of the Christian Science Organization. Through varied activities and services, this organ- ization strives to further relationships between the students and members of the faculty and staff who are interested in the study and application of Christian Science. Many worthwhile functions are held by this organization throughout the year. DISCIPLE STUDENT FELLOWSHIP RELIGIOUS The purpose of the Disciple Student Fellowship is to help individuals become whole persons through knowing and following in all their life, God ' s Way of Love as revealed in Jesus Christ. This group started the school year with an informal tea for freshmen and transfer students. Parties and get to- gethers are staged throughout the year and every Sunday night there is a light supper called " Dine-a- Mite " before the regular meeting of the group. Sponsoring a partial scholarship to a Negro ministerial student at Florida A. and M. College and con- tributing financially to the World Student Service Fund and the Christian World Friendship Fund are the two main projects throughout the year of the Disciple Student Fellowship. OFFICERS President Louetta Riley Vice-Pres Wallace Dynes Secretary Jetta Cato Treasurer . . . .Carol Henderson (First row, left to right) : Nelson, R. Burns, B. (Second row) : Goto, J. Henderson, G.; Riley, L.; Dynes, W. Keller, |. (Third row) : Peddie, D. Nelson, E.; Gooper, D.; Beehler, T. Dougherty, J.; Tappan, J. OFFICERS President David J. Lieman Vice-President Stan Rabin Correspond. Secty. . . .Eileen Deutsch Recording Secy Tillie Capelouto Treasurer Helen Bell (First row, left to right): Rabin, S.; Julius Kravetz; Dr. Joseph Golden; Lieman, D. (Second row) : Bell, H.; Deutsch, E.; Cape- louto, T.; Schwartz, F.; Cohle, D. ( Third row) ; Cohen, H.; Marcus, A.; Raichlin, L.; Gertz, B.; Shapiro, R. HILLEL RELIGIOUS The purpose of the Hillel Foundation is to provide a source of spiritual guidance for the students of the Jewish faith at F.S.U.; to provide a source of contact for the students of F.S.U. with the Jewish culture, past and present; and to provide a source of training for the future leaders of the Jewish com- munities in America. The main social events of the year ore the Palestinian Folk Dance night and Chanukah party, a Bagel and box dinner and dance, and other dinners and dances. The biggest event of the year was a Passover party in the Spring. LUTHERAN LEAGUE RELIGIOUS The Lutheran League, which is the Gamma Tau chapter of Gamma Delta, arrived on the F.S.U. cam- pus in May of 1951. Its purpose is to foster a thorough study of the Bible, to disseminate the scrip- tural philosophy of life, to train Lutheran students for Christian service in the church and in the world, to encourage and maintain Lu- theran fellowship, and to es- tablish fraternal relations with Lutheran students of other colleges and universi- ties. OFFICERS President Fred Darkow Vice-President Ruth Boda Secretary Margie Potts Treasurer Stanley Tippin (First row, left to right) : Trimmer, C; Schuiz, R.; Amundson, E.; Kucera, E.; Boda, ].; Boda, R.; Darkow, F.; Kamm, M.; (Sec- ond row) : Potts, M.; Lucas, 5.; Shoenberger, R.; Augustine, H.; Boda, D.; Fredrickson, E.; Feddern, B.; Nash, M. (First row, left to right) ; Wilkie, J., Mrs. Murray Sharkey, Sr,, House Mother; The Rev. J. J. Keohawe; Haberkorn, R.; Tebo, B. (Second row) : Hanzo, M.; Livingstone, S.; Palermo, B.; Gola, C; Gregory, J.; Gates, R.; Poniello, M.; Bates, D. NEWMAN CLUB RELIGIOUS OFFICERS President Ruth Haberkorn Vice-President James Wilkie Secretary Carolyn Gola Treasurer Mary Agnes Hanzo Through various activities the Newman Club, national Catholic organization, serves to coordinate the spiritual, intellectual, and social interests of Catholic students at the Univeristy. The group endeavors to fulfill its purpose and to aid the church through the Bishop of its Diocese and by Catholic action. In formal discussions, lectures and programs at the Newman House are conducted to promote spiritual interests. Charity is exemplified by cooperation of the members among themselves and with world- wide affiliates. This past April the club acted as host for the 1952 Convention of Southeastern Pro- vince of the National Newman Club Federation. Picnics, informal parties, receptions, the Newman Club weekend and the annual Christmas party are a few of the social events the club sponsors during the year. All Catholic students on the campus are automatically members of the Newman Club. By paying dues they are considered to be active members and eligible for initiation. The Newman Club ' s motto, " Heart Speaketh to Heart " is the watchword for members throughout the year. OFFICERS President Ann Clayton Vice-President Doris Stevens Secretory Hazel Ready Treosurer Ralph Hicks (First row, left to right! ; VVhisler, H.; Hicks, M.; Caro, P.; Gautier, M.; Leeper, A.; Bry- ant, H.; Rice, L.; Berry, B.; Letton, R. (Sec- ond row) : Lassiter, P.; Moore, C; Meebold, L.; Jenkins, B.; Mathews, D.; Gray, D. (Third row) ; White, C; Stanfill, N.; Stevens, D.; V eitman, C; Patrick, K.; Gregory, S.; Mor- ett, E.; Miller, G.; Howes, J.; Johnson, D.; Hicks, R. (Fourth row) : Collins, D.; Clayton, M. L.; Clayton, A.; Henley, E.; Barnes, B,; Morgan, J. WESLEY FOUNDATION RELIGIOUS The Wesley Foundotion (Methodist Student Group) desires to serve the students in all phases of their college lives and to make Christ a living reality on our campus. The object of the organization is to represent the Christian way of life that those who ore a port of its fellowship might become effec- tive spiritual and social contributors to the society of which they are a part. Planned recreational events, hours of informal fellowship and sharing, drama through the Wesley Players, a Student House Choir, and weekday services of worship bring the students closer together. More than fifty council members and their assistants give their time and service to bring meaning to the program. WESLEY PLAYERS RELIGIOUS Wesley Players is a national, religious, drama group whose purpose is to study the connection between drama and religion, to develop a consciousness of the possibilities in this field, and to promote an in- telligent program of religious drama in the Methodist Churches. The activities of the group include an annual spring banquet, the presentation of plays in connection with the religious holidays and at other times as they fit into the total program of the Wesley Foundation, and the presentation of a trophy to the outstanding Wesley Player of the year. OFFIC ERS President Helen Howes Vice-President Beverley Berry Secretary Jean Blizard Treasurer Ivan Kestner (First row, left to right) : Stanley, C; Hoad- ley, M.; Pettis, P.; Harden, M. L.; (Second row) : Leeper, A.; Blizard, J.; Berry, B.; Howes, H.; Kestner, I.; Flynn, ). (Third row) ; Weitman, C; Moore, C; Crotty, J.; Sherman, L.; Howard, D.; Clayton, A.; Stein, T.; Hicks, M. (Fourth row) : Barber, J.; Sim- mons, J.; Day, N.; Powers, M.; Mathews, D.; Whisler, H.; Bryant, H.; Wages, H. (First row, left to right) : Conyers, ).; Schuneman, C. A.; Prime, R.; Bloom, B.; Wore, L.; Wilson, M.; Tote, J.; Smith, E. (Second row) : Johnson, P.; Wilson, P.; Watts, M.; Shofner, N.; LaMor, D.; Fagen, N.; Cowie, L.; Rogero, T.; Palmer, E.; Browne, B.; Swortz, B.; Pennell, W. WESTMINISTER FELLOWSHIP RELIGIOUS OFFICERS President Louise Wore Vice-President Carlos Taylor Secretary Rosemary Prime Treasurer Mary Ruth Summers [ Westminster Fellowship, the Presbyterian student g ' oup, is composed of all members of the Presbyter- ian Church enrolled at Florida State University. Th? purpose of the Westminster Fellowship is to help the Presbyterian students attending F.S.U. to mature spiritually during their life at college. All week- day activities are carried on at the Westminster House, while Sunday activities are held at the Presby- terian Church. A program of fellowship, study, and worship is carried on by a council of students working through ten committees. I AFTER The 1952 production of Sandspur, " This is the Life " opened February 1 9 and ployed for four nights to a capacity house. An all-student pro- duction, the book and lyrics to the operetta this year were written by Dan Dearing, a former FSU student now attending Sewanee. " This is the Life, " a story about a young man who inherited a girls ' school, was the winning script in the annual script contest. Produced by Bill Backus and directed by George Gary, Sandspur had a cast of over 100 students. Frances Stokes was in charge of chore- ography, assisted by Pat Gooper. The 22-piece Sandspur orchestra was conducted by Vernon Raines. Glaire Kenyon and Jack Wotkins took the leading roles as the lady lawyer ond the boy who inherited the girls ' school. The highlight of the production came in the second act with the number " Atlanta, " a song and dance ex- travaganza in which most of the cast took port. Part of the extravaganza included a ballet trio featuring Frances Stokes, Gosmo Gardone, and Pat Gooper. Another outstanding feature was Bette Mullins ' portrayal of Babe, the physical education major and her rendition " This is Love. " Pat Inman, Costume Designer, and Bill Backus, Producer, dis- cuss costume designs for the 1952 production, " This is the Life. " SANDSPUR . Cosmo Cordone, Assistant Producer, with choreographers Frances Stokes and Pat Cooper. The stage crew works hard to finish sets for opening night. Janie Helms puts finishing touches on Marion Mattair ' s costume. Carlos Stone and Neil Evans practice dance routines. The final act when the gangsters enter the Tri Sigh Sorority House. (From left to right) : John Buckley as Piano-Wire Jones; E. L. Allen, alias Mergatroyd Misuse; Claire Kenyon, Kay King, Ron Martin as Roach; Marian Mattair, Potsy Neal. Act II — Product-ion number, " Atlanta, " with Jim Jendra, Jean Lee Helvey, Nick Pappas, Marian Mattair, Ed Shep- pard, and Ann Williams. The annual Sandspur Dance was held February 23 in the Sewanee Room after the final pro- duction of " This is the Life. " This year the dance was bigger and better than ever with Vaughn Monroe, the Moon Maids, the Moon Men and the orchestra. The highlight of the dance was Vaughn ' s weekly Camel Caravan broadcast in which he featured the FSU Fight Song, the Alma Mater and several other school songs. An additional attraction was the floor show put on by Vaughn and his troupe. The Sewanee Room was filled as students turned out to make Sandspur the biggest week of the year. First act in the boy ' s apartment as they discuss Danny ' s inheritance of a girl ' s boarding school. (Left to right) : Nick Poppas, Blair Hennessey, David Drtis, Jack Watkins. The whole cast takes a bow at " curtain coll. ' Vqughn Monroe was as wonderful as we expected Object of our attentions . . . Vaughn Monroe! Arlena Amand and Katherine Skogstad hold cup from University of Miami victory. The fall debate season began with the annual intra- mural debate tournament and continued with the Alabama Discussion Conference in November. About the same time Harold Raines and Jerry Thomas skirmished with the University of Florida before the Florida Speech Association in Winter Park. Beginning the new year with a bang, the FSU varsity affirmative, Arlene Amend and Katherine Skogstad, won the invitational debate tournament at the University of Miami and then went on to bring the All-Southern Debate trophy from Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Georgia. Entering the home stretch, the FSU Department of Speech sponsored intramural contests in after- dinner speaking, public speaking, and oratory. With the intramural finals before Tallahassee civic clubs, the forensic year closed and debaters, discussers, and orators put away file boxes, charts, and ros- trums for another summer in the sun. INTRAMURAL Dr. Phifer and Dal Albritton with students. t s ».j tk. iUZIgPELHAMjIJI Suzi Jones and Pelham Corry at Federal Correctional Institute. DEBATE Arlene Amend and Katherine Skogstad with faculty debate coaches after win- ning All-Southern Debate Tournament. Dr. Minnick ond Dr. Phifer play tape recorded speech while student critics carefully take nofeS. TKe director poses for Miss Dalton. Biography — Miss Dalton takes cue from director; Tom Lowe looking on with amusement. Biography — Bill Upshaw and Bob Strane, the two men in love with Marion Froude, the artist who is writing her biography. SPEECH PRI BIOGRAPHY The production of Biography, by S. N. Behrmon, brought to the Augusta Conradi stage for the first time a Broadway radio and television actress, Miss Doris Dalton. Her appearance in the modern comedy of manners was arranged through the co- operation of the Department of Speech and the Artist Series. She was supported by a very able student cast, which included Robert Strane Bill Upshaw, Jean Flynn, and Hoyt Bowen. Biography — Starring Doris Dalton, Broadway star of radio, stage, television; feature of Artist Series. See How They Run — Ken Martin, Bill Upshaw, Julie Storm, Veronica Cecil in last summer ' s farce comedy that played to packed houses. See How They Run — Sharon Lone, )ulie Storm, Bill Upshaw in another scene from the summer play. SEE HOW THEY RUN This farce in three acts was written by Philip King. It is an English play and was produced here last summer with Ken Martin, Bill Upshaw, ; Julie Storm, and Sharon Lane interpreting the leading parts. DUCTIONS YOU CANT TAKE IT WITH YOU Written by the team of George Kaufman and Moss Hart. A sparkling " International Comedy. " Has been done as a movie and even a radio serial — and won the (Cont ' d next page i See How They Run — A scene in which the Vicar discovers that one of his parishioners has been drinking. You Can ' t Take It With You — Kaufman end Hart Pulitzer Prize winning comedy. »IP»-- © You Con ' t Take It With You — The embarrassing moment on the entrance of the snobbish Kirby ' s. Pulitzer Prize. This production brought to the stage large student cast, and a mixture of farce com- edy and sentiment. Starring were Roger Busfield, Vivian Law, Robert Ducker, Ronald Martin, and Inza-nell Roman. »l «ii V- % You Can ' t Take It With You — Carolyn Briles, Roger Busfield, Blair Hennessey, Ronald Martin, and Bob Ducker. OUR TOWN This Pulitzer Prize play by Thornton Wilder was produced during the summer of 1951 here at Florida State University. With the directing of Russell Graves and the acting of stars David Lowe and Adrianne Norton, this production was a highlight of the summer. Ladder scene from Our Town — 1951 summer production. LA PARISIENNE This play was written by Henri Becque, a French dramatist of the latter part of the nineteenth century. It was directed by Roger Busfield and produced as a " theatre in the round " play in the FSU Art Museum. Playing in La Parisienne were Dorothy Silver, Ken Mar- tin, Carlisle Floyd and Kay Bardin. La Parisienne — Opera staging in the FSU Art Museum; Carlyle Floyd and Dorothy Silver. (Experimental Play Series.) THE MEDIEVAL PLAYS: NOAH AND PA- TELIN The authors of both of these pro- ductions are anonymous. Reubin Silver direct- ed these plays here at FSU. Noah is an English Religious Cycle play based on the Bible story. Patelin is a French Farce. Both plays were done in the medieval style and produced in the FSU Art Museum. These productions were part of the Experimental Series, the purpose of which is to bring to the stage those plays not often seen that really deserve audience attention. Two Medieval One-Act Plays — A scene from Noah ' s Flood or the Chester Play of the Deluge. Patelin — David Dreis, Dick Hesler, Lee Hildman, Franklin Adams, Gene Abrahamson. (First row, left to right) : Benner, W.; Sanders, C; Kramer, G.; Morrison, J.; Witt, ).; Sellars, M. (Second row) : Lockard, E Trowbridge, B.; Melton, R.; Smith, K.; Sessions, E.; Haines, M.; Manes, G. (Third row) : Blinn, R.; Sheppard, J.; Mills, B. Ball, R.; Knowlin, K.; Sheppard, ).; Campbell, B. (Fourth row): Coach Ralph Motherly; Foote, R. (Manager); Brown, M. Mullen, L.; Cheek, B.; Susege, R. " ' COACH RALPH MATHERLY BASEBALL Coach Ralph Motherly was o popular man in his first year at the Florida State baseball helm. His Seminole nine opened the long season with an auspicious 21-1 slaughter of Kenyon College and rolled on to FSU records in games won, 17, and in percentage, with .810. The final record, 17 triumphs against 4 defeats, showed a split with the star-studded University of Georgia, three out of four from the Tampa Spartans, and was highlighted by a pair of victories over the University of Miami. No other club in the five-year Seminole baseball history could boost a better blend of hurling, hitting, and hustle. Big Ed Lockard of Jack- sonville and Ed Sessions of Tallahassee, pitching mainstays of the fine 1951 club, led the ' 52 staff with both having 6-1 won- lost records. Freshman Chuck Sanders of Monangahela, Pa., rounded out the Indian rotation with a 3-2 record. A quartet of seniors contributed plenty of stickwork to the heavy- hitting club. Captain Bob Trowbridge of Miami, outfielders Les Mullen of Chicago and Wayne Benner of LaPorte, Indiana, and catcher Ron Melton of Tallahassee were all threats to enemy pitchers. Afield the Indians were paced by the short-stopping of Trowbridge and his partner in the double-play. Bill " Cooter " Mills. Freshman Billy Campbell, one of the squad ' s leading hitters, substituted ably for Mills at second base. Other freshmen also played a prominent role in the campaign: Regular Ralph Blinn (right field) and Ham Wernke (third base), and stop-gap catcher Johnny Sheppard. Captain Bob Trowbridge Ed Sessions — Pitcher Ed Lockard — Pitcher FSU Opponents 1 2 21 Kenyon 11 Kenyon 3 Georgia 8 8 Georgia 3 4 Amherst 2 1 Loyola 7 Loyola 3 Miami 1 7 Miami 2 Stetson 7 11 Stetson 10 FSU Opponents Tampa 4 7 Tampa 4 16 Tampa II 13 Tampa 3 9 Florida Southern 3 5 Florida Southern 23 Florida Southern II 2 Rollins 1 2 Rollins 9 4 Stetson 2 John Witt — Pitcher Ronald Melton KEN MILLER Coach JOHN POSTON Captain DUAL MEETS FSU Opponents 721 2 Davidson 58 Vi 52 Loyola 79 I8V2 Mercer 52 Vz 66 Vi Georgia 45 ' z 66 Vi Georgia Tech 59 86 Mississippi College 45 The FSU track team continued making an outstanding victory record this year as it suffered only one defeat in spite of facing the stiffest and most impressive competition in the track history of the school. Such noted teams as Davidson, Mercer, University of Georgia, Georgia Tech, and Mississippi College bowed to the strong Seminole cinder men with only Loyola meting out a defeat. This was the first season that FSU has tested their strength against SEC teams. In oddition to the dual meets, the track team partici- pated in the Southern Conference Indoor Games at Chapel Hill, N. C, the Florida Relays at Gainesville, and the Georgia AAU Track and Field Championship at Atlanta, making impressive records at each. (Front row, left to right) ; John Buckley, Manager; Joe Fracas i, Eddie Kucera, John Poston, Captain; Hoi Teddy, Ken Miller, Coach, (Second row) : Dick Mize, Bill Whaley, Harvey Heagerty, Bill Wagoner, Phil Weiting, Bob Patterson, Ken Jarrett. (Third row) : Woody Parker, Walter Grage, Don Kirkpatrick, Carlos Fraundorfer, Bill Carraway, Tom Sebring, Jule Hurst. El Dick Mize Carlos Fraundorfer Bill Wagoner Captain John Poston, considered the best sprinter in the South- east, has been undefeated this year in the 220. He established a new school record with his time of 21 .5 seconds. Also undefeated in his specialty this year was Woody Parker, who established a new school record in the quarter mile with a time of 49.8 seconds. Three outstanding freshmen also established new school records: Bill Wagoner — half mile 2:01.5; Carlos Fraundorfer — shot put and discus; and Jule Hurst — hurdles 15.3 seconds. Wagoner was un- defeated in both the half mile and mile. Fraundorfer, on all-round track man, competed in the high jump, broad jump, javelin, 100- yard dash, and relay whenever his strength was needed. Having also defeated the team from the University of Miami, our track team can point with pride to a season with only one de- feat. Coach Miller and his noted " record breakers " will look for- ward to an even better year in ' 53. MILE RELAY TEAM Dick Mize, Bill Wagoner, John Poston, Woody Porker. O Joe Frocossi : ' f Woody Porker --jji:sMifea.-.i .-MBA .-i.-tmm — " mim ■V m til (Left to right) : Jim Couch, James McFalter, Dick Tapp, Jim Clark, Joe Gusic, Harry Bibee, Howard Gould, Ronald Hambrock, Matthew Sullivan, Danny Hobbs, Bill Odeneal. VOLLEYBALL Our defending state champion volleyball team, which had held this title for three years, relinquished this honor for one year and moved back to second place. Also defending champs of the Southern Area, FSU has to be satisfied with fourth place for this season. However, our volleyball nine competed in more events than any previous year and showed skill and strength that predict on outstanding year to come. Ronald Hambrock, leading spiker, amassed more points than any other member of the team and ac- counted for 25 aces. Hambrock and Howard Gould were selected on the all-tournament teams in every tournament in which FSU participated. 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