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

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Before coming to Tallahassee, Dr. Campbell was associated with George Peabody College in Nashville, Tennessee, for 13 years, first with the Division of Surveys and Field Studies and then as Dean of the Graduate School and Senior College. In 1916 he became vice-president, and later president, of Central College, Con- way, Arkansas. Our President has received national recognition in the academic field for his work with junior colleges and cur- riculum. He was elected in 1921 as secretarv of the Ameri- can Association of Junior Colleges, a position he held for 17 years. In 1937 he was chosen consultant to President Roosevelt ' s Advisory Committee on Education. He is also a past president of the Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, and has always been in the fore- front in the development of one of the new trends in higher education, regional education. President Campbell is recognized as one of America ' s leading curriculum authorities and his book, Curriculum Development, under joint authorship with Dr. H. L. Cas- well, has been the most widely used book on this subject. He has been the guiding spirit in the expansion of the University, and one of his principal aims has alwavs been to see Florida State expand and become the finest uni- versity in the South. %. ' 9 WESTCOTT ADMINISTRATION BUILDING ' • 51 administration DR. ALBERT B MARTIN Vice-President The BOARD OF CONTROL OF FLORIDA Seated, Mr. Fred H. Kent, chairman; standing, left to right: Mr. Robert H. Gore, Sr.; Dr. Ralph L. Miller, vice-chairman; Mr. Hollis Rinehart; Dr. J. Broward Cilpepper, executive secretarv: Mr. James J. Love. Not pictured; Mr. J. Lee Ballard and Mr. S. Kendrick Guernsey. Pogc 14 DR. R. R. OGLESBY Dean of Students DR. SAMUEL R. NEEL, JR. Dean of Men MISS KATHERINE WARREN Dean of Women DR. JAMES F. CARR, JR. Asst. Dean of Men Page 1 5 MISS ELIZABETH LYNN Asst. Dean of Women MR. R. K. SHAW Business Manager - administration OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT Dr. Doak S. Campbell President Miss Alice Chambers Secretary OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT Dr. A. B. Martin Vice President Miss Margaret Cannon Secretary OFFICE OF THE DEAN OF STUDENTS Dr. R. R. Oglesby Dean Mrs. Joyce Horton Secretary OFFICE OF THE DEAN OF MEN Dr. Samuel R. Neel Dean Dr. James F. Carr Assistant Dean Mrs. Evelyn Burt Secretary Mrs. P. L. Tilton Secretary OFFICE OF THE DEAN OF WOMEN Miss Katherine Warren Dean Miss Elizabeth Lynn Assistant Dean Mrs. Pauline Binnicker Executive Secretary Mrs. Ruth Register Secretary Mrs. Mildred Ross Secretary MR. JOHN T. FLOURNOY Dir. of Personnel Records DR. MARK H. DeGRAFF Dir. Test Service Bureau ,m MRS. MARGARET BLAIR Dir. Vocational Guidance MR. ROBERT T. LEIGH Dir. of Publications DR. H. G. HATHAWAY Head Physician Page 1 7 REGISTRARS OFFICE Mr. Charles H. Walker Registrar Mr. Hoyt H. Price Assistant Registrar Mr. Willis Caldwell Assistant Registrar Directing Admissions OFFICE OF THE BUSINESS MANAGER Mr. Rod K. Shaw Business Manager Miss Alice Henderson Executive Secretary OFFICE OF PUBLIC RELATIONS Mr. Edward D. Whittlesey Director Mrs. Gladys K. Houghtaling .... Executive Secretary OFFICE OF VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE Mrs. Margaret Blair Acting Director Mrs. Fay Farmer Secretary OFFICE OF PERSONNEL RECORDS Mr. John T. Flournoy Director Mrs. Kathryn F. Harrell Secretary Miss Anita M. Glenn Secretary I OFFICE OF GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING Dr. Melvene Hardee Coordinator Dr. Hilda E. Tinney Assistant Coordinator Mr. Bert Powell Counselor Mrs. Ruthe Tate Administrative Assistant Mrs. Patricia E. Merrill Secretary Page 18 MR. EDWARD D. WHITTLESEY Dir. of Public Relations DR. WM. HUGH STICKLER Dir. Educational Research DR. REID H. MONTGOMERY Advisor to Student Publications MISS ANNA TRACY Dir. of Food Service UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL Dr. Haviland G. Hathaway Head Physician Dr. Drussia Physician Dr. David Stephens Physician Dr. J. Elizabeth Jeffress Physician Mrs. Ruth Wood Head Nurse OFFICE OF PUBLICATIONS Mr. Robert T. Leigh Director Mrs. Carol Atkins Secretary OFFICE OF SOCIAL RECREATION Mrs. Mary Distelhurst Director OFFICE OF STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS Dr. Reid Montgomery Director Mrs. Mary Ellen Whitfield Secretary OFFICE OF THE SOCIAL COUNSELOR Miss Jane L. Adams Director Mrs. Helen Vredenburgh Assistant Mrs. Jewell Talley House Manager OFFICE OF FOOD SERVICE Miss Anna Tracy Director Mrs. Annas Metts Secretary UJ MR. NORMAN L. KILPATRICK Dir. of Libraries MRS MARY DISTELHURST Dir. of Social Recreation DR. MELVENE HARDEE Coordinator of Counseling MISS JANE L. ADAMS Dir. Longmire Alumni Bldg. Page 19 s E N I O R S 9HR, graduate school DR. MILTON W. CAROTHERS Dean of the Graduate School DR. DWIGHT B. GOODNER Assistant Dean i Page 22 GRADUATE CLASS OFFICERS. Left to right, E. B. Gearhart, public relations; Fred J. Vogel, treasurer; Chris P ' Simer, president; Dr. Ralph Witherspoon; Marvin Rosenblatt, vice-president; Don Sp i Me, program chairman; Marie Hinman, social chairman. % t i r k zi-t ftji - 1 iQjJ fcg i - I ■■ - .... ■ ■ ■ - • " ■ . DR. CHARLES S. DAVIS Dean school Students registering in the College of Arts and Sciences may intend to major in any of the twenty-five departments of this division with the exception of nursing. Extensive training is provided for such semi-professional programs as government service, guidance counseling, and medical technology in addition to the three major areas of liberal arts: the Humanities, the Social Sciences, and the Natural Sciences. For those who are undecided upon a major field, the College of Arts and Sciences emphasizes the type of liberal education which is greatly demanded in the business, governmental, and industrial world today. Department Heads — Arts and Sciences Associate Dean Dr. J. Paul Reynolds Archaeology ir Anthropology Db. Hale G. Smith Art Dr. Adolph Karl Bacteriology Dr. Mary N. Hood Botany Dr. A. W. Ziegler Chemistry Dr. Karl Dittmer Classics Dr. Francis Walton Economics Dr. Marshall R. Colberg English Dr. W. Hudson Rogers Geography Dr. Henry F. Becker Geology Db. E. H. Lund History Dr. W. T. Jordan Mathematics Dr. Thomas L. Wade Meteorology Dr. Werner A. Baum Military, AFROTC Col. Howard J. Withycombe Military, Army ROTC Col. Philip S. Greene Modern Languages Dr. Victor R. B. Oelschlager Oceanography Institute Dr. Sidney W. Fox Philosophy if Religion Dr. Robebt Milleb Physics Db. Guenteb Schwarz Physiology Db. L. M. Beidleb Psychology Db. Hugh L. Waskom Sociology Db. Meyeb F. Nimkoff Speech Db. Clabence W. Edney Zoology Dr. Ralph T. Yebgeb Page 24 I of arts a n d sciences STAFF. First row, left to right: Professor Henry F. Becker, Dr. Weymouth T. Jordan, Dr. Charles S. Davis, Dr. Marian Irish, Dr. A. W. Ziegler, Dr. G. Schwarz. Second row: Dr. Adolph Karl, Dr. Meyer Nimkoff, Dr. Victor Oelschlager, Dr. Robert Miller, Dr. Clarence Edney, Dr. Marshall Colberg. Third row: Dr. Hudson Rogers, Dr. Hale Smith, Dr. Sidney Fox, Dr. Robert Short, Dr. Werner Baum, Colonel Howard Withycombe. 19 5 6 senior 1 ass officers ROBERT E. CRENSHAW President OFFICERS ROBERT E. CRENSHAW.. president BARBARA A. BACHMAN... .vice president JOAN E. TAVEL- secretary SALLY ANN FUSSELL treasurer MARY STEWART BOLTON social chairman Stu Bolton, Barbara Bachman, Bob Crenshaw, Joan Tavel, Sally Fussell Page 26 arts and sciences TOP ROW BOTTOM ROW CHARLES FRANKLIN ADAMS Laurel Hill BS in Geography ADRIAN C. ALLEN Miami Beach BS in Social Science Chi Phi Chi Phi secretary, 3; Lyceum Council; Apprentice Play- ers; Newman Club, 4; Florida Flambeau, 4; Alpha Phi Omega, 4; Transferred from University of Florida, 1954. FRANCES CYNTHIA ALLEN Miami Beach BS in Art ELIZABETH JANE BAILEY Palatka BS in Medical Technology Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Gamma Delta vice-president. 4. JOHN STATON BARRIER Port St. Joe BS in Philosophy and Religion CYNTHIA STONE BASKIN Clearwater BA in Spanish Kappa Delta Newman Club. Kappa Delta historian, 4; Los Picaros, 3, 4; Choral Union. MARY VIRGINIA ALLEN St. Petersburg BA in Spanish Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Counselor; Choral Union, 3. JEANNE ARLENE ALLES Ft. Lauderdale BS in Chemistry Alpha Lambda Delta; Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society, 2, 3, 4, secretary 2, vice-president 3; Women ' s Glee Club, 1; Junior Counselor; Westminster Fellowship, 4. VIRGINIA POWELL ANDERSON Tallahassee BS in Art Kappa Delta CONSTANCE BASSETT Ft. Myers Beach BA in English Phi Mu Sophomore Council; Women ' s " F " Club, 1. WILLIAM KENT BENDA Hilo, Hawaii BS in Geology Sigma Alpha Epsilon Geology Club, 3, 4; Transferred from Colorado School of Mines, 1954. REX WILLIAMS BENNETT Tulsa, Okla. BS in Meteorology Page 27 senior class 1 " fir r JOHN PETER BERNARDI Coral Gables BS in Geology Transferred from University of Tampa, 1954. MARY STEWART BOLTON Jacksonville BA in Economics Pi Beta Phi Pi Beta Phi, pledge trainer 3, vice-president 4; Warpath Club, president 3; Mortified, 3, 4; Senior Class social chairman; Dean ' s List, 2, 3; Transferred from Southern Methodist University, 1953. ARTHUR WILLIAM BOTHMANN St. Petersburg BA in History Philosophy Club; Art Interest Club; Barbell Club, president; Transferred from Mercer University, 1954. MELINDA L. BROWN Hickory, N. C. BA in Speech Phi Mu Speech Productions; Transferred from Queens College, Charlotte, N. C, 1954. LORETTA JOAN BRYAN Jacksonville BA in Spanish Sigma Delta Pi, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Lambda Delta; Pi Delta Phi, 3, 4, vice- president 3; Phi Kappa Phi, 4; Los Picaros, 1, 2, 3, 4, president 3; Cum Laude. MARY LOUISE BURKHOLDER Jacksonville BS in Arts and Science Alpha Omicron Pi Junior Counselor; House Council, 3. MARTHA MAY BUSH Jacksonville BA in Art Delta Zeta Delta Zeta president, 4; Sophomore Council; Junior Counselor; Marching Chiefs, 1; University Symphony Orchestra, 1, 3; Baptist Student Union, 3, 4. JAMES EDWARD BYRD Lakeland BA in Art Kappa Sigma Kappa Sigma secretary 2, 3, president 3; Circus, 1, 2, 3, 4; Publicity chair- man for Campus Chest. NANCY ANN CARROLL Miami BS in Social Science Epsilon Chi, 1; Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America, 3, 4. BARBARA ANN COOPER Princeton BA in Social Science Sigma Alpha Iota, chaplain 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Council; Garnet Key, 2, 3, president 4; Mortar Board, 4; Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, 3, president 4; Junior Counselor; Vice-president South Cawthon, 2; President Jennie Murphree, 3. IRMA L. COX Jacksonville BA in Arts and Sciences Los Picaros, 1, 2, 4; Canterbury Club, 1, public relations chairman 2, 3, libra- rian 4; Politics Club 3, 4; Executive committee State Party, 3; Flambeau asst. business manager, 3. NANCY JANE CRAIG St. Petersburg BS in Speech Zeta Tau Alpha Zeta Tau Alpha, asst. vice-president 3; Recreation Society, 3, 4; Campus Plays, 3. nineteen fifty six E. SAM DARDEN, JR. Birmingham, Ala. BS in Geology Geology Club, 3, 4; Transferred from University of Alabama. HARRIET RUTH DAVIS Orlando BS in Chemistry Delta Zeta Pan-Hellenic, secretary 3, president 4; Alpha Lambda Delta; American Chemical Society, secretary 3, vice-president 4; Sophomore Council; Disciples of Christ, 1, 2, 3, 4; WFSU, 1; Garnet Key, 3, 4; Mortified, 3, 4; Dean ' s List, 1, 2, 3. MARY LOUISE DEE St. Petersburg BA in Spanish Pi Beta Phi Pi Beta Phi executive council; Los Picaros, 1, 2, 3, 4; Garnet Key, 3, 4; New- man Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Council; Freshman Flunkies; Smoke Signals staff, 4; Grand Czar of Mortified; Sophomore Class treasurer; University Senate, 3, 4; Pan-Hellenic Council, 2, 4; Dean ' s List, 3. ALLEN CHARLES DeGRAW Succasunna, N. J. BA in Political Science Politics Club, 4; American Society of Public Administration, 3, 4. SIDNEY ALBERT DOZIER Jacksonville BS in Botany 4, vice-president 3; Alpha Phi Omega, sergeant-at-arms 1, secretary 2, Biology Club, 2, 3, 4. THOMAS A. DUMPER Ft. Lauderdale BS in Geology Geology Club, 3, 4; Alpha Phi Omega, 2, 3, 4, treasurer 2, president 3, vice- president 4; Westminster Fellowship, 1, 2, 3, 4, CATHERINE B. DUNLAP Gainesville AB in Inter-American Affairs Kappa Alpha Theta Kappa Alpha Theta, scholarship chairman 4, social chairman 3; University Singers, 3; Transferred from Randolph Macon College, 1953. LAWRENCE E. EDENFIELD Tallahassee BS in Industrial Arts Education Kappa Alpha Industrial Arts Club, 3, president 4. PATRICIA BARFIELD FLYNN Lakeland BS in Radio-Television Kappa Delta Kappa Delta, social chairman 1, corresponding secretary 2, vice-president 3, house chairman 4; Off -campus court, 3, 4; Flambeau Staff, 1; Westminster Fellowship, 1. WANDA G. FORBES Tallahassee AB in Political Science BILLY F. GARRETT Thomaston, Ga. BS in Medical Technology GORDEN DEVON GASTER Avon Park BS in Economics Lambda Chi Alpha Lambda Chi Alpha, president 4; Omicron Delta Kappa, 4; Baptist Student Union, 1, 2; Student Senate, 2, 3; Men ' s vice-president 3; Alpha Council, 1, 2, vice-president 2; Circus, 1. TOP ROW CHARLES O. GENTRY Tampa BS in Psychology Kappa Alpha Transferred from University of Florida, 1954. OSWALD T. GEIGER JR. Tallahassee BS in Psychology Warpath Club, 3; Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, 3, 4; Circus, 1; Foil and Mask, 2, 3. ' MARLIES GESSLER Tallahassee BA in Art Kappa Alpha Theta Kappa Alpha Theta, secretary 4; Village Vamps; Circus, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Council, 2; Homecoming Queen. 1; Sophomore Hop Queen, 2; Military Ball Queen, 3; Junior-Senior Prom Queen, 4. JAMES E. GLASS Winter Haven BA in Social Science Phi Eta Sigma; Kappa Kappa Psi; Pin ' Alpha Theta; Politics Club; Marching Chiefs, 2, 3, 4, manager 3, 4; Transferred from Louisiana State University, 1954. JACQUELINE GODDARD Altamonte Springs BS in Psychology Delta Delta Delta Panhellenic representative, 3, 4. SHERMAN GOSS New York, N. Y. BS in Arts and Sciences Varsity Golf team, 3, 4. BOTTOM ROW BARBARA ELIZABETH GRAHAM Ft. Myers BS in Speech Kappa Alpha Theta Kappa Alpha Theta, treasurer 4; Garnet Key, 4; Mortar Board, 4, historian 4; Les Joungleurs, 3, 4, treasurer 4; Home Economics Club, 3, 4; Honor Court, 3, 4, chief justice 4; WFSU, 3, 4; Transferred from Miami Uni- versity (Ohio), 1954. JACKIE LEE HAMILTON Monticello BS in Geology Southeastern Geological Society, 3, 4; University Geology Club, 3, 4. JOHN W. HARRIS Memphis, Tenn. BS in Meteorology FRANKIE E. HARRISON Cairo, Ga. BS in Speech Correction Kappa Delta Kappa Delta, historian 2, scholarship chairman 4; Kappa Delta Pi, 2, 3; Circus, 2, 3; Transferred from Sullins College, 1954. HABOLD HAWLEY Berkeley, Calif. BS in Economics GRANT W. HIBBARD Lake Worth BS in Economics Theta Chi arts anJ sciences class ' 56 Page 30 i florida state university TOP ROW JOHN JULIAN HODGE Panama City BS in Speech Pershing Rifles, 2; Cavaliers, 3, 4, secretary 4. EDWARD MARKER HOFFMAN Panama City BS in Bacteriology Phi Kappa Tan Fhi Kappa Tan Secretary, 2. CONRAD SENECA VAN HORN Sarasota BA in American Studies Smoke Signals, 3, 4, humor editor 4; Tally-Ho, 3, 4, managing editor 4; Transferred from George Washing- ton University, 1954. F. J. HUBERT Floral Park BS in Political Science and Asian Studies Theta Chi Theta Chi, secretary 3, 4; Politics Club, 3, 4; Newman Club; Tally-Ho, 3, 4, business manager 3, 4; Gymkana, 1; Circus, 1; Senior Advisory Council, 4. VIRGINIA EARL HUNTER Tampa BS in Child Development and Psychology Association for Childhood Education, 3, 4; Canterbury Club, 3, 4; Junior Counselor, 3; Dean ' s List, 3; President of Gilchrist Hall, 4; Transferred from Jacksonville Junior College, 1953. JERRY JACKSON HYDE Jacksonville BA in English Phi Eta Sigma, 1. BOTTOM ROW FRED BULKLEY JAICKS Tallahassee BS in Geology Pi Kappa Alpha Pi Kappa Alpha, vice-president 3, president 4; Geologv Club, 2, 3, 4. DONALD ARTHUR JOHNSON Tallahassee BS in Chemistry Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society. 2, 3, president 4; Day Student Delegate. 2. RUSSELL WARREN JOHNSON Lakeland BS in Geology Kappa Sigma Geology Club, 3, vice-president 4; Warpath Club. 3, 4: Pow Wow staff 3, editor 4. FRANK BENJAMIN JONES Jacksonville BA in Zoology Sigma Chi Transferred from Jacksonville Junior College, 1953. SHIRLEY MAE KELLOGG Tallahassee BS in Medical Technology Kappa Alpha Theta Circus; Village Vamps; Sweetheart of Sigma Chi, 2. MAX BRADFORD KILBOURN Carrabelle BS in Social Studies Wesley Foundation; Debate Team, 3, 4; Future Teach- ers of America, 4: Athletic Association, 4. Page 31 nineteen fifty six senioi TOP ROW HARRY MEACHAM KIMBRO Ft. Lauderdale BS in Social Studies Phi Delta Theta Transferred from Florida Southern College, 3. ELLEN EUGENIA KIURU West Palm Beach BS in Medical Technology Sophomore Council; Wesley Foundation. HERBERT LACAYO Tallahassee BA in Mathematics Theta Chi Tau Kappa Alpha, 3, 4; Pershing Rifles, 2, 3, 4; Debate team, 1, 2, 3, 4; Assistant Attorney General, 4; Intra- mural debate team, 1. ALFRED L. LARSEN Panama City BS in Geology Geology Club, 4, president 4. LYLE RAY LAZEAR JR. Orlando BS in Economics and Social Science Sigma Nu Sigma Nu, pledge trainer 4, scholarship chairman 3; Alpha Council, 1, 2; Canterbury Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Circle " K " Club, 2; Varsity Volleyball team, 3, 4. MARY SUZANNE LINEBAUGH Tampa AB in English Chi Omega Sigma Tau Delta, membership chairman 4; Sophomore Council; Future Teachers of America. BOTTOM ROW ROBERT THOMAS LYNN Tallahassee BA in Zoology Biology Club, 3, 4; Transferred from Austin College, 1954. DAVID ALTHA MALBY Daytona Beach BS in Psychology Alpha Kappa Delta, 3, 4. CHARLES EDWIN MANN Ashford, Ala. BS in Arts History Sigma Chi Alpha Council; Men ' s " F " Club, 2, 3; Gold Key, 4; Westminster Fellowship, 1, 2, 3, 4; Senate. MARIE ELIZABETH MARJENHOFF Jacksonville BA in English Sigma Tau Delta; Epsilon Chi; Future Teachers of America; Transferred from Jacksonville Junior College, 1954. MARGARET JANE MARSH St. Petersburg BS in Art Pi Beta Phi Canterbury Club; Smoke Signals, office manager 4; Transferred from Hood College, 3. JOHN GODFREY MARSON Tampa BS in Physics Young Republican Club; Transferred from University of Tampa, 1954. Page 32 lass WILLIAM R. MARTIN Pensacola BS in Chemical Science American Chemical Society, student affiliate 4; Transferred from Lamar State College of Technology, 1953. HOUSTON E. MATHES Utica, Miss. BS in Meteorology HURSCHELL FRED MATHEWS Jacksonville BS in Chemistry Student Affiliate of American Chemical Society, 3, 4; Transferred from Jacksonville Junior College. JOHN MATTHEW Miami BS in Economics Theta Chi Theta Chi, pledge marshal, 2. LAMAR CLIFFORD MAYFIELD Jacksonville BS in Economics Kappa Sigma Kappa Sigma, treasurer 3; Arnold Air Society, 3, 4, executive officer 3; Wesley Foundation, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT E. MEGRAW Louisville, Ky. BA in Zoology Biology Club. ARNOLD C. MELCHER JR. St. Augustine BS in Arts and Sciences Pi Sigma Alpha, 3, 4; Politics Club, 3, 4, vice-president 4. JERRY EDWARD MERRILL Tampa BS in Psychology Kappa Alpha DONALD BRISTOWE MILLIGAN Neptune Beach BS in Geology- Geology Club, 3, 4. LAWRENCE MOORE JR. Keystone Heights BS in Social Studies Future Teachers of America, 3, 4; Phi Alpha Theta, 3, 4, president 4. Scholarship Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, vice-president 3, historian 4; Politics Club, 3, 4; Canterbury Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Florida Hall, secretary 1; Magnolia Hall, secretary 4. JOSEPH ROBERT MORRELL Elberon, N. J. BS in Meteorology ALLAN T. MULLINS Tallahassee BS in Geology Alpha Tau Omega TOP ROW GERMAINE MURRY Miami BS in Social Studies Kappa Alpha Theta Kappa Alpl ut Theta, vice-president and pledge trainer 4; Sophomore Council; Garnet Key, 4; Wesley Founda- tion, 1, 2, 3, 4; Bryan Hall, vice-president 1; Women ' s Senate, 4; Junior Counselor. ALLAN JAMES McCORKLE Jacksonville BS in Geology Alpha Tail Omega Alpha Tau Omega, social chairman 4, house manager 3; Geology Club. HENRY JACKSON McCOY Tallahassee BS in Geology Geology Club, 3, 4. MARVIN ANDREW McKINNEY St. Petersburg BS in Political Science Future Teachers of America. WILLIAM RICHARDS NEBLETT JR. Key West BA in Philosophy Theta Chi Theta Chi, vice-president 4, pledge marshal! 3; Cava- liers, 1, 2, 3, 4, vice-president 2; Philosophy Club, 4. MARGARET LOUISE NELLER Ft. Lauderdale BS in Chemical Science Alpha Lambda Delta, 1, 2, vice-president 2; Wesley Foundation; Student Affiliate of American Chemical Society, 1, 2, 3, 4; Circus, 1; Scholarship Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. BOTTOM ROW WALLACE J. NORTON Sarasota BS in Sociology DAVIES M OVERCASH Havana BA in History Kappa Sigma Transferred from Mitchell Junior College (North Caro- lina). WILLA JEAN PACE Mananna BS in Medical Technology Transferred from Chipola Junior College, 1954. MARY E. PAGE Carrabelle BS in Mathematics WILLIAM PARIGIAN Miami BA in Physics Sigma Pi Sigma, 3, 4; Phi Eta Sigma, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, 3, 4; Scholarship Club, 1. PATRICIA ANNE PELLICER St. Augustine BS in Art Delta Gamma Delta Gamma, social chairman 3; Newman Club, 3, 4, social chairman 3; Warpath Club, 3, 4; Transferred from Barry College, 1954. arts and sciences class ' 56 Page 34 florida state university TOP ROW ALICIA J. PETRUSKA Pensacola BS in Chemistry American Chemical Society, 2, 3, 4, treasurer, 3; Theater Dance, 1, 2, 3, 4. GEORGIA REBECCA PHILIPS Washington, D. C. BS in Zoology Transferred from University of Maryland, 1953. WILLIAM EUGENE PIPKIN Tallahassee BS in Zoology Sigma Nu Sigma Nu, vice-president, 3. INIA JEAN PRUITT Miami BS in Speech Kappa Alpha Theta Kappa Alpha Theta, rush chairman 4; Garnet Key. Sophomore Council; Mortified; Circus; Judiciary, 2, 3, chairman 4. DUANE RICHARD PURVIS Lake Wales BS in Geology Delta Tau Delta CLYDE A. REESE Jacksonville BA in Political Science Transferred from Jacksonville Junior College. 1953. BOTTOM ROW ALVIN RUDA Chicago, 111. BS in Psychology Men ' s " F " Club, 3; Hillel, 1, 2, 3, 4; Gymkana, 1, 3; Varsity Gymnastics team, 1, 2, 4; State Long Horse championship, 1 ; Tumbling and Free Exercise cham- pionship, 4. BARBARA ANTOINETTE RYNSKI Jensen BS in Speech Gymnastica , 2, 3, 4; Gymkana, 1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Council; Newman Club, 2, 3; Sandspur, 3. EDITH UNDERHILL SCALES Perry BA in Social Science Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Gamma Delta, president 3; Transferred from Florida Southern College, 1954. KENT LESTER SCHROEDER Lake Worth BS in Speech Sigma Nu Circus, 3; WFSU, 4; Transferred from Palm Beach Junior College, 1953. SANDRA SCOTT Tallahassee BA in Art Design Chi Omega Tally-Ho Staff, 3, makeup editor 4; Air Force ROTC Sponsor. 3; Transferred from William and Man- College 1953. GENE TALMADGE SELLERS Tallahassee BS in Chemistry Student Affiliate of American Chemical Society, 2, 3, 4. Page 35 TOP ROW CLARK RAINFORD SEYMOUR Pompano Beach BS in Geology MICHAEL KENNETH SHERIDAN Chicago, 111. BS in Geology Delta Tan Delta CAROLYN JO SHERMAN Panama City BA in English Epsilon Chi, 3, 4, secretary 3, 4; Future Teachers oi America, 4, Transferred from Boh Jones University. RONALD WILLIAM SKELTON Tampa BS in Geology Sigma Chi Pershing Rifles; Cavaliers, 1, 2; Circus, 1, 2, 3. DONALD MICHAEL SMITH Phenix City, Ala. BS in History Transferred from Austin College, 1955. ALLA BBACKETT SPEAR Tallahasse • AB in Spanish Los Picaros, 2, 3. 4; Transferred from Florida Southern College, 1952. BOTTOM ROW WILBUR W. STAINKAMP Tallahassee BS in Meteorology DORIS JEAN STRAMMER St. Petersburg BA in Fine Arts Wesley Foundation; Transferred from St. Petersburg Junior ' College, 1954. JOHN WALTER SWEENEY Tampa BS in Geology Sigma Nu Geology Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club. HANS W. TEWS Sarasota BA in Political Science Alpha Council; Sophomore Men ' s Council; Vice-presi- dent of the Junior Class; Gold Key, 3, 4, vice-president 4; Vice-president of the student body; West Hall, social chairman 3, 4; Independent Men, chairman; Interna- tional Student Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Outstanding male stu- dent, 1955; Politics Club; Executive Committee, Student Party. BARBARA ANN TRIBBLE Wake Forest, N. C. BA in Art Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Gamma Delta, vice-president 3, president 4; Sopho- more Council; Theater Dance, 1, 2, 3; Baptist Student Union; Tally-Ho, art editor, 4. CAROL DENA TURKNETT Jacksonville BS in Chemical Science American Chemical Society, 3, 4; Junior Counselor; Transferred from University of Florida, 1955; Trans- ferred from Lynchbury College, 1953. florida state university Page 36 i DICK VICTORY Miami BS in History Flambeau staff, 2, 3, 4; Smoke Signals staff, 2, 3, 4; Tally -11 o staff, 3; Trans- ferred from University of Florida, 1954. JOAN COLLINS WADSWORTH Tallahassee BA in English Delta Delta Delta Art Interest Club, 4; French Club, 4; Canterbury Cluh; Transferred from Wesleyan College, 1954. JOHN DENNIS WASKON Tallahassee BS in Geology Geology Club. EILEEN ADAIR WERTS St. Petersburg BS in Child Development Zeta Tau Alpha Zeta Tau Alpha, social chairman 4; Association of Childhood Education, social chairman 4; Home Economics Club; Newman Club; Theta Chi Sweetheart, 1955; Transferred from Stetson University, 1953. ELLIOTT ALLEN WHITTON Columbia, Ala. BS in Geology Sigma Chi Flambeau staff, 1, assistant circulation manager; Geology Club, 3, 4. JAMES T. WILLIAMS Graceville BS in History Sigma Phi Epsilon Sigma Phi Epsilon, historian 3. VIVIAN BOWERS WILLIAMS Thomasville, Ga. BA in English Alpha Delta Pi BETTY JEAN WILLMON Quincy BA in Inter-American Affairs Kappa Alpha Theta Student Christian Organization, 2; Village Vamps; Circus, 2, 3, 4; Tally-Ho staff, 2; International Students Club, 4; Secretary of Elections Committee, 4; Homecoming Queen, 3; Homecoming Court, 2; Tally-Ho, beauty section 1, 2; Smoke Signals Calendar, 2; Kappa Alpha Rose Court, 2, 3; Florida State Sun Bowl Princess, 3. JUNE ANNETTE WILSON Reddick BA in Speech Les Jongleurs, president 4, treasurer 3; Wesley Players, 1, 2, 3; Junior Counselor. ' RODNEY JEROME WILSON Petoskey, Mich. BA in Geology Collegians, 4. BETTIE JANE WOODWARD Tallahassee BA in History Chi Omega Chi Omega personnel chairman, 4; Westminster Fellowship; Honor Com- mittee, 3, 4, chairman 4; Under Secretary of Honor, 4; Transferred from Converse College, 1953. MARGARET A. WORKMAN Miami BS in Art Education Future Teachers of America, 4; Baptist Union, publicity director 4; North Cawthon Hall, vice-president 4. FREDRICK JOHNSTON WYSOR Tampa BS in Geography school of MISS VIVIAN M. DUXBURY Dean The School of Nursing endeavors to guide the student in a constructive interpretation of her personal and professional responsibility for enrich- ment of her own life as well as for the health of the public. This collegiate school of nursing offers two programs leading to a Bachelor ' s Degree and allows the students to gain the benefits of prac- tical experiences by spending many helpful hours at the University Hos- pital and actual clinical education with the finest hospital facilities avail- able. nursing Dean. Miss Vivian M. Duxbury Professor Miss Agnes E. Salisbury Assistant Professors.- Miss Karleen M. Gillies Miss Ruby Johnson Miss Elizabeth S. Holley Miss Marion Barrow Instructors.- Miss Mildred Bearss Mrs. Roberta Croyle Miss Rachel Rodgers Mrs. Lois Selvaggi STAFF: left to right, Miss Rachel Rodgers, Miss Marion Barrow, Miss Ruby Johnson, Miss Kar- leen Gillies, Miss Vivian Duxbury, Miss Lois Selvaggi, Miss Agnes Salisbury, Miss Mildred Bearss. Page 38 TOP ROW BOTTOM ROW MARY HAZLETT BRINDLE Ft. Lauderdale BS in Nursing Education Alpha Chi Omega Transferred from Florida Southern College, 1954. SANDRA HAMILTON CARTER Tampa BS in Nursing Kappa Delta Village Vamps; Circus; Student Nurses ' Association, 1, 2. 3, 4; South Cawthon, president, 1953; Off-Campus Court, 1953. NANCY F. DODGE St. Petersburg BS in Nursing Alpha Lambda Delta. CONSTANCE D. CHRISTIE Tallahassee BS in Nursing Student Nurses ' Association, 1, 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Glee Club, 4. ANNE ELLENE JURGENS Miami BS in Nursing Sigma Kapp a Baptist Student Union; Student Nurses ' Association, 1, 2, 3, 4. NANCY ROXANNA KARES Ft. Lauderdale BS in Nursing Marching Chiefs, 2. BARBARA B. MARKY Miami BS in Nursing Secretary Nursing Class; Sophomore Council; Baptist Student Union. ANN DOWELL PERRY Daytona Beach BS in Nursing Student Nurses ' Association. ARLENE ANN PETERSEN Jacksonville BS in Nursing Wesley Foundation; Nursing class, treasurer 2, president 4; Sophomore Council. JOAN ALICE PRICHARD Miami BS in Nursing Sigma Kappa Cotillion. 2, 3, 4; Student Nurses ' Association, 1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Council. TRESSA S. ROCHE Tallahassee BS in Nursing GEORGINA MARIE SHORTT Minneola BS in Nursing Education International Student Club, 1, 2, 3. Page 39 school of DR. LAURENCE R. CAMPBELL Dean Careers in radio and television news writing and broadcasting, newspaper and magazine editing, public rela- tions, reporting local, state, national and international affairs and practic- ally all phases of journalism are open to graduates of the School of Journal- ism. In addition the Department of Ad- vertising teaches the principles of advertising, makeup, layout, copy writing, advertising media, and a general coverage ol the profession from newspapers to the agency. Journalism or advertising majors have at their disposal a library and reading room, a complete AP wire service, fullv equipped laboratories for typography, photography, copy reading and writing, and advertising production, plus a complete radio broadcasting studio. Students gain practical knowledge by working on student publications, YVFSU-FM, and in local stores and newspapers. journalism Dean Professors Dr. Laurence R. Campbell _Dr Richard B. Eide Mr. Richard Joel Dr. Sydney Kobre Mr. Zell F. Mabee Dr. Reid II. Montgomery Dr. Royal H. Ray Mr. W. R. Slaughter Assistant Professor... Mr. Daniel F. Wozniak STAFF: left to right, Mr. Richard Joel, Mr. Zell Mabee, Mr. Daniel Wozniak, Dr. Sidney Kobre, Dr. Laurence Campbell, Dr. Royal H. Ray, Dr. Richard B. Eide, Dr. Reid Montgomery. Page 40 J jmi TOP ROW BARBARA ANNE BACHMAN Gainesville BS in Journalism Alpha Chi Omega Gamma Alpha Chi; Garnet Key; Panhellenie Council; Sophomore Council; Junior Counselor; Journalism Cluh; Vice-president Senior Class; Mortified. JAMES MARK BRODERICK Hialeah BA in Advertising Kappa Alpha Kappa Alpha, corresponding secretary 2, steward 2; Gold Key, 4; Alpha Delta Sigma, 3, president 4; Talhj-Ho, Sports Editor 2, Managing Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4; Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Transferred from University of Miami, 1953. JAMES GARY CAMPBELL Lenoir City, Tenn. BS in Advertising Pi Kappa Phi Pi Kappa Phi, historian 1, secretary 2, 3; Alpha Delta Sigma, 3, 4, president 4; Collegians, 2, 3; Flambeau staff, 2, 3. ANN SCOTT DICKINSON St. Petersburg BA in Journalism Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Gamma Delta house manager, 2; Gamma Alpha Chi, 3, 4, rush chairman 4; Sophomore Council; Talhj-Ho Greek Editor, 4; Sophomore Class Parliamentarian; Sec- retary of Judiciary. ROBEBT JOHN GUTTING Jacksonville BS in Journalism Sigma Phi Epsilon Sigma Phi Epsilon, secretary 4; Gymnastica, vice-presi- dent 3, president 4; Seminole Flyers, 1, 2; Gymkana, 1, 2, 3, 4; Flambeau, sports editor 3; Summer Flambeau staff, 3; Sandspur, 1, 2. JOSEPH RICHARD HANCOCK Clearwater BS in Advertising Theta Chi Alpha Delta Sigma, 4. BOTTOM ROW LOUISE HOYER Ft. Lauderdale BA in Jo urnalism Tau Beta Sigma, 3, 4; Gamma Alpha Chi, 3, 4; Junior Counselor; Marching Chiefs, 2, 3, 4; Symphonic Band. 2, 3, 4; Circus Band, 2, 3, 4; Transferred from Stetson University, 1953. GEORGE KELLY MATTER, JR. West Palm Beach BA in Journalism Newman Club; Journalism Club. ROCK C. PAYNE Palmetto BS in Journalism Lambda Chi Alpha S. JAYLEEN ROBERTSON Tampa BA in Journalism Sophomore Council, 2; Garnet Key, 3, 4; Circus. 1, 2: Flambeau staff, 1, 2, 3, Editor-in-Chief 4; Junior Coun- selor; Reynolds Hall vice-president, 1. JACK AREND SINCLAIR Lakeland BS in Tournahsm Lambda Chi Alpha Gamma Delta, 3, 4; Transferred from Florida Southern College, 1954. ANITA ELAINE WALL Atlanta, Ga. BA in Advertising Kappa Alpha Theta Gamma Alpha Chi, 3, 4; Gymkana; Gymnastica, secre- tary 3; International Student Club, 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Court, 2, 4; Miss Gymkana, 2; Calendar Girl, 2; Tally-Ho beauty section, 2, 3; Queen of Scullions, 3; Junior-Senior Prom court, 3. JUNE KETCHEM YATES Key West BS in Advertising Zeta Tau Alpha Zeta Tau Alpha, president 4; Gamma Alpha Chi. 3. 4. vice-president 4; Mortified, 3, 4, vice-president 4; Soph- omore Council, 2; Village Vamps, 1. 2. 3, 4, vice- president 4; Warpath Club. 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader. 1, 2; Smoke Signals Queen, 2. senior class of fifty six Page 41 school of N b usiness DR. CHARLES A. ROVETTA Dean Dean. .... Dr. Charles A. Rovetta Professors ... . Dr. Claude Campbell Mr. Henry B. Cooley Dr. L. A. Rumsey Dr. A. Frank Dame Dr. W. G. Shover Dr. Wesley C. Harter Mr. Edward Trembly Dr. Donald L. Lundberg Dr. W. Bruce Weale Dr. Royal H. Ray Dr. George M. Weichelt Miss Luella Richey Miss Anna Mae Tracy Associate Professors Dr. E. S. Bayfield Mr. Finley Belcher Dr. J. Richard Stevens Miss Gladys Hall Dr. Herbert J. Vogt Assistant Professors ... Miss J. Kirk Bell Mr. Jack T. Dobson Mr. William Richards Mr. Peter Dukas Mr. Kenneth Shaver Miss Inez Frink Miss Zenobia Tye Mr. Willis J. Pardoe Instructors... Mr. Howard Abel Miss Shelley Adams Mr. Charles D. Stone Mr. John C. Ewing Mr. Frederick Harrison Mr. Calvin C. Miller The curriculum and course content of the School of Business provides voung men and women who wish to go into the business world or who wish to prepare for teaching posi- tions in secondary schools and col- leges with the kind of professional education necessary to meet the numerous industrial opportunities open to them. The program provides study based on a strong foundation of general education and a new ap- proach to executive leadership. Page 42 senior class DAVID ALLEN ABNER Clearwater B.S. in Business Phi Delta Theia CHARLOTTE AGEY Buchannon, W. Va. B.S. in Business Alpha Delta Pi Alpha Delta Pi, 3, 4; Circus, 2; Transferred from West Virginia Wesleyan, 1953. JEANETTE BISHOP ALFORD Ocala B.S. in Business Choral Union, 1; Future Business Leaders of America, 3, 4. IRMA MATHILDE ALLOU Tallahassee B.S. in Business Future Business Leaders of America, treasurer 4; Delta Sigma Omega, secretary-treasurer 3; Junior Counselor. GUDJON BACHMANN Reykjavik, Iceland B.S. in Business Delta Sigma Pi, 4; International Students Club, 3, 4; Transferred from Commercial College of Ireland. RAYMOND THOMAS BARKER Lakeland B.S. in Business Theta Chi Theta Chi first guard, 2; Insurance and Real Estate Club, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Kappa Psi, 4; Newman Club, 1, 2. ROY BENTON BAKER Moultrie, Ga. B.S. in Accounting Delta Sigma Pi GRACE M. BARCLAY Greenville B.S. in Business Education Future Business Leaders of America, 4. RICHARD MELAD BASILA Miami B.S. in Business Administration Alpha Kappa Psi, 3, 4; Newman Club, 2, 3. BRUCE BATALLER Ridgewood, N. J. Hotel Management Club, 2, 3; Espiscopal Student Club, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT HAROLD BENNETT Atlanta, Ga. B.S. in Baking Science and Management Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Alpha Epsilon, herald 2; Baker ' s Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Scabbard and Blade, 2, 4; Bit and Spur, 2. ROGER McLEOD BICKEL Lake Worth B.S. in Personnel Management Theta Chi Theta Chi, librarian 1, historian 2, assistant pledge marshal 3. ?1I fr 1 senior class N. RICHARD BITTNER Glen Ridge, N. J BS in Business Phi Delta Theta Phi Delta Theta, social chairman ' 3; Alpha Council; Westminster Fellow- ship 1, 2; Freshman senator, Men ' s Senate, secretary 1, Lt. Governor, Senior Hall, 2; Honor Committee, 1, 2. POWELL BREWTON Panama City BS in Management 4; Transferred from Alabama PoU technical Baptist Student Union, Institute, 1954. ■J, MARY LOUISE BREVELLE Pensacola BS in Business Education Future Teachers of America; Future Business Leaders of America; Fresh- man Flunkies. HELEN JANICE BUTLER Gray ton Beach BS in Business Education Future Business Leaders of America, 2, 3; Freshman Flunkies; Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, 3, 4. JEAN FORBES CADENHEAD Ft. Lauderdale BS in Business Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta, social chairman 4; Wesley Foundation, 3, 4; Gym- kana, 3, 4; Fashion Institute, 3, 4; Senior Women ' s Court, 4. JOHN F. CALLAHAN West Palm Beach BS in Business Administration Sigma Nu Scullions, 3, 4; Newman Club, 3, 4; Varsity Swimming team, 1; Trans- ferred from Palm Beach Junior College, 1952. JAMES HAMILTON CAMPBELL Panama City BS in Insurance and Real Estate Alpha Kappa Psi, 4; Insurance-Real Estate Club, 4; F Club, 4; Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4, co-captain 4. AUDREY CLAIRE CARLTON Winter Park BA in Business Education Pi Beta Phi Pi Beta Phi, panhellenic representative 3, corresponding secretary 4, house manager 2; Wesley Foundation; Student Budget Committee, secretary 3, 4. CHARLES GRAHAM CAROTHERS Tallahassee AB in Business Sigma Chi Sigma Chi, vice-president, social chairman, 1, tribune 2, Sigma Chi Derby chairman 3, 4; University Senate, 1; Finance committee, 1; Alpha Council, secretary 1; Sophomore Men ' s Council; Rat Court, 2; Westminster Fel- lowship, president 3, 4; Student Paity, president; Secretary of Recreation; Secretary of Finance, President ' s Cabinet, 4; Gold Key, 3, 4, president 4; Omicron Delta Kappa, 3, 4, secretary-treasurer 4 selection committee, 3; Chairman Campus Blood Regimental Adjutant, 4. Chairman Who ' s Who drive, 3; Army ROTC JIM CARTER Panama City BS in Accounting Phi Kappa Tau Phi Kappa Ian, vice-president 2, treasurer 3; L ' Apache, vice-president 2; Inter-fraternity Council, vice-president and treasurer 2. PATSY RUTH CAULEY Panama City BS in Business Administration VIRGINIA RUTH COBB Sarasota BS in Business Education Tau Beta Sigma, 4; Baptist Student Union; Marching Chiefs, 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band, 1, 2, 3. -m mim hi . TOP ROW ROBERT L. COHEN Miami BS in Accounting Alpha Tau Omega Alpha Tau Omega, treasurer 3, 4; Alpha Kappa Psi; Society of Student Accountants; Insurance and Real Estate Club; Men ' s Judiciary, 4. JOHN LESLIE CONDRA Miami BS in Business Collegians, 2, 3, 4, president 3; University Singers, 1, 2; Men ' s Sophomore Council; Baptist Student Union, 1, 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA M. COONEY Augusta, Ga. BS in Business Kappa Alpha Theta Kappa Alpha Theta, secretary 3; Gamma Alpha Chi, 3, 4. SHAKESPEAR A. COSSON DeFuniak Springs BS in Finance Alpha Kappa Psi, 3, 4. GEORGE EDWARD COTHRAN Perry BS in Business Management JOHN DUDLEY CRABB Lake City BA in General Business Pi Kappa Alpha Honor Court, junior representative 3. BOTTOM ROW HOMER EUGENE CRAWFORD Daytona Beach BS in Business Administration Alpha Kappa Psi, 2, 3, 4. president 3, 4. ROBERT CRENSHAW Miami BS in Marketing Alpha Tau Omega Alpha Tau Omega, vice-president 4; Alpha Council, treasurer 1; Sophomore Men ' s Council, treasurer 2; Governor Senior Hall, 3; Junior Class, president 3: Senior Class, president 4: Varsity Football, 1, 2. 3. 4. co-captain 4; Omicron Delta Kappa, vice-president 4; Gold Key, treasurer 4; Arnold Air Society, 4; King of the Sophomore Hop, 2; Wesley Foundation. JACKIE FLOYD CRITTENDEN Tallahassee BS in Personnel Management I. JOAN CULBRETH Panama City BS in Business Education Scholarship Club, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America, 4; Future Business Leaders of America, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT EUGENE GULLIVER Ft. Lauderdale BS in Business Delta Tau Delta CHARLES EDWARD CUNNINGHAM JR. Decatur. Ga. BS in Business Theta Chi Transferred from Davidson College, 1953. of nineteen fifty six Page 45 1 senior class WALTER THOMAS DAY St. Petersburg BS in Business Kappa Sigma Kappa Sigma, pledge master 3, president 3, 4; Scullions, 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Kappa Psi, 4; Inter-fraternity Council, 3, 4, president 4. MASON RENE DAVIS Avon Park BS in Business Delta Tan Delta Insurance and Real Estate Club, 3, 4; Baptist Student Union, 3, 4; Circle " K " ; Lt. Governor West Hall, 3; Transferred from University of Florida, 1953 JIMMY H. DOLAN Havana BS in Business WILLIAM EMORY DURHAM JR. Jacksonville BS in Insurance and Real Estate Kappa Al] lia Kappa Alpha, vice-president 3; Alpha Kappa Psi, 4; Cavaliers, 3, 4; Varsity Swimming team, 1; Men ' s " F " Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Warpath Club, 2, 3: Circus, 2, 3, 4. DON T. EBERT Wooster, Ohio BS in Business Sigma Alpha Epsilon Transferred from Miami University (Ohio). VERNON G. EDGAR Lakeland BA in Accounting Alpha Tau Omega Alpha Tau Omega, president 4: Accounting Society, 3, 4; Men ' s " F " Club, 3, 4; Varsity Golf Team, 2. THOMAS E. EHRHARDT Ft. Lauderdale BS in Business Phi Delta Theta Phi Delta Theta, vice-president 4; Alpha Kappa Psi; Sophomore Men ' s Council, 2; Alpha Council, 2, 3; Summer Senate, 3; Varsity Baseball, 1; Circle " K " ; Senior Executive Council. ROBERT ARTHUR ELTING Miami BS in Hotel and Restaurant Management Theta Chi Theta Chi, social chairman 3; Gold Key, 4; Scullions, 2, 3, 4; Men ' s Judiciary, 3; Chairman Political Party, 2, 3; Transferred from Florida Southern College, 1952. NORMAN EDGAR FENN JR. Savannah, Ga. BS in Business Sigma Nu Circus, 2. ROBERT H. FILE Findlay, Ohio BS in Insurance and Real Estate Alpha Tau Omega Transferred from Ohio State University, 1953. BENJAMIN LAWRENCE FISHER Tampa BA in Business Westmister House, 3, 4. Delta Sigma Pi, 3, 4. RICHARD J. FRANCIS Tampa BS in Business nineteen fifty six SALLY ANN FUSSELL Clearwater BS in Business Education Kappa Delta Kappa Delta, treasurer 3, president 4; Pi Omega Pi, 3, vice-president 1; Warpath Club, 3; Cotillion, 2, 3, 4; Circus, 2; Junior Counselor; Sophomore Council; Tally-Ho staff, 4; Senior Class treasurer. BETTY ANN GABNER Jacksonville BS in Secretarial Science MEREDITH GLENN Vero Beach BS in Secretarial Science Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta, corresponding secretary 3; Westminster House, 1, 2, 3, 4; Election Committee, 3; Smoke Signals, advertising assistant. PAUL LOUIS GRIMMIG Tallahassee BS in Business Administration Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Alpha Epsilon, rush chairman 3, pledge trainer 3; Arnold Air Society, 3, operations officer; Scabbard and Blade, 4; Baking Science and Management, 1; Bit and Spur, 2. JOHN DAVID GRINER Jacksonville BS in Business Alpha Tau Omega Varsity Football team, 1, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES V. GUTHRIE Charleston, West Va. BS in Hotel and Restaurant Management Newman Club; Scullions; Transferred from Morris Harvey College. 1954. JIMMY BURTON HANKS Pensacola BS in Business Sigma Nu Gymnastic team, 2, 3, 4; Circus, 1. REID DOUGLAS HARDIN Pompano Beach BS in Business Administration Alpha Tau Omega Insurance and Real Estate Club; Wesley Foundation. LORAN THOMAS HARMON Vernon BS in Insurance Alpha Kappa Psi; Insurance and Real Estate Club; Lt. Governor Magnolia Hall. JOHN D. HARRIS Jacksonville BS in Business Alpha Tau Omega Alpha Tau Omega, house manager 4. LON HATTON Tampa BS in Business Alpha Tau Omega Alpha Tau Omega, president 3; Inter-fraternity Council, vice-president 2; Men ' s representative to Honor Court, 3, 4; Young Democrats, 4. WILBUR A. HAWKINS Quincy BS in Business Phi Deta Theta TOP ROW GEORGE JACK HEHEMANN St. Petersburg BS in Business Varsity Baseball team, 1, 2, 3, 4; Scabbard and Blade, 3, 4, vice-president, 4. WILLIAM EDWARD HOFMAN 1 [ollywood BS in Business Administration Alpha Kappa Psi, 2, 3, 4; Gamma Delta, 1. 2. 3, 4, vice-president 3, president 4; Varsity Swimming team, 1, 2. ALFRED THOMAS HOLDERBACH Orlando BS in Business Pi Rho Sigma, president 4; Delta Sigma Pi, 2, 3, 4, his- torian 3, publicity chairman 2; Wesley Foundation, treas- urer 3, vice-president 1; Flambeau. 1; Dean ' s List, 3. RICHARD ERMAN HOLLADAY DeLand BS in Business DICK HOLLAHAN Jacksonville BS in Insurance and Real Estate Alpha Tau Omega Alpha Kappa Psi, 3, 4, secretary 4; Insurance and Real Estate Club, 3, 4. JACKSON A. HOLMES BS in Business Jacksonville Lambda Chi Alpha Lambda Chi Alpha, treasurer 4; Sophomore Men ' s Council, 2. BOTTOM ROW CHARLES FREDERICK HOWARD Jacksonville BS in Business Alpha Kappa Psi, 3, 4, vice-president 4. JOYCE JOANNE JEFFERIS Eustis BS in Business Wesley Foundation; Future Business Leaders of Amer- ica; Choral Union. CAROLE SUE JENKINS Jacksonville BS in Business Education Kappa Delta Pi, 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi, 3, 4; Future Busi- ness Leaders of America, 3; Transferred from Wesleyan College. ELMER CLAIR JOHNSON Eustis BS in Business Law and Insurance Kappa Sigma Alpha Kappa Psi, 3, 4; Insurance and Real Estate Club, 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation, counsel member 3; Varsity Volleyball team, 3, 4. BOB CHARLES JONES Lakeland BS in Hotel and Restaurant Management Alpha Tau Omega Alpha Tau Omega, vice-president 2, steward 1, 2, 3, 4 Alpha Kappa Psi, rush chairman 3, 4; Scullions 1, 2, 3, 4 Scabbard and Blade, secretary 3, 4; Varsity Track team 1; Cheerleader, 3. HERBERT JOSEPHS Paulsboro, N. J. BS in General Business Delta Sigma Pi, 3, 4; Transferred from Temple Uni- versity. arts a „J sciences class ' 56 Page 48 florida state university TOP ROW BOTTOM ROW FRANCIS JACK KEATON Tallahassee BS in Business HERBERT C. KELLEY Tallahassee BS in Business WILLIS A. KENNEDY DeFuniak Springs BS in Insurance and Real Estate Lambda Chi Alpha FRANKLIN KEIL KESSLER Tallahassee BS in Business Administration Delta Sigma Pi; Hillel. WILLIE CHARLES KICKLIGHTER Savannah, Ga. BS in Business Varsity Football team, 3. 4. ARTHUR WESTBERRY KNIGHT Jacksonville BS in Business Administration Sigma Alpha Epsilon Varsity Swimming team; Men ' s " F " Club. NANCY KAY KOHLER New Port Richey BS in Personnel Administration Alpha Xi Delta Alpha Xi Delta, secretary 4; Canterbury Club; Choral Union, 2, 3. JOHN PETER KULZER Daytona Beach BS in Restaurant and Hotel Management. Sigma Nu Sigma Nu, scholarship chairman 2; Scullions, 3, 4, vice- president 4; Varsity Track team, 1. DON SCOTT KYSER Panama City BS in Management and Finance Alpha Kappa Psi, 3, 4. WILLIAM CARROLL LAMB Madison BS in Business SHIRLEY MAE LARSON Pensacola BS in Business Education Kappa Delta Pi, 3; Pi Omega Pi, 3, 4; Future Business Leaders of America, 3, 4; Future Teachers of Amer- ica, 3, 4; Scholarship Club, 3, 4. JOHN E. LINDGREN Atlanta, Ga. BS in Business Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Alpha Epsilon, secretary 4, chaplain 3; Arnold Air Society, 4. Page 49 nineteen fifty six TOP ROW HOWARD PITTMAN LOGUE West Palm Beach BS in Marketing Sigma Nu Sigma Nn, vice-president 4; Delta Sigma Pi, 4; Col- legians, 1, 2, 3, 4, president 4. MAX STEVE LONG JR. Jacksonville BS in Business Kappa Alpha Alpha Kappa Psi, 4; Men ' s " F " Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; In- surance Club, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Baseball team. 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN JOSEPH LOPEZ St. Petersburg BS in Business Florida State Symphony, 2, 3; Marching Chiefs, 2, 3; Phi Mm Alpha, 2; Collegians, 3. NORMAN THEODORE MASSIE Clearwater BS in Business JOSEPH A. MATTMAN Sarasota BS in Business Baking Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Hall, treasurer 4. PATRICIA DEKLE MEYER Atlanta, Ga. BS in Accounting Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta, secretary 3, treasurer 4; Society of Student Accountants, secretary 4; Flambeau, 2; Honor Court clerk, 3; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sweetheart, 3; Trans- ferred from Vanderbilt, 1952. BOTTOM ROW PATRICIA ANN MILLER Ft. Walton Beach BS in Business Education Kappa Delta Pi, 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi, 2, 3, 4, correspond- ing secretary, 3; Future Business Leaders of America, state treasurer 3; Wesley Foundation; Marching Chiefs, 2; Symphonic Band, 2; Junior Counselor. CHARLES FREDERICK MIXON JR. Tampa BS in Management and Finance Kappa Alpha Kappa Alpha, historian 3, steward 3, 4; Alpha Kappa Psi, 4; Cavaliers, 2, 3, 4, vice-president 3, secretary 4; Varsity Track team, 1; Sophomore Men ' s Council, vice- president. CHARLES TRUMAN MOCK Dallas, Texas BS in Business Delta Sigma Pi, 3, 4; Baker ' s Club, 3, 4, vice-president 4; Transferred from Arlington State College, 1953. WILLIAM RILEY MONIES Jacksonville BS in Business Administration Lambda Chi Alpha COYLE E. MOORE JR. Tallahassee BS in Accounting Kappa Alpha Kappa Alpha, vice-president 2, president 4; Accounting Club, 3, 4; Omicron Delta Kappa, 3, 4; Gold Key, 3, 4; Alpha Council, 1, 2; Circle " K " , 1, 2; Sophomore Men ' s Council, 2; Phi Eta Sigma, 3, 4; Arnold Air Society, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, 3, 4; Senator, 1, 2; Vice- president of the Student Body, 3; President of the Student Body, 4; Most Outstanding College Student, 1954; Outstanding AFROTC Cadet of 1955. JOHN WHARTON MOOKE Lake Worth BS in Insurance and Real Estate Insurance and Real Estate Club, 3, 4. Page 50 TOP ROW BOTTOM ROW THOMAS I. MORGAN Tallahassee BS in Business Sigma Chi Alpha Kappa Psi, 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Council; Men ' s " F " Club, 2, 3, 4; Football manager, 4; Varsity Tennis team, 1, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD A. MORROW Tallahassee BS in Business Lambda Chi Alpha Alpha Kappa Psi, 3, 4. C. VIRGINIA NEILL Fort Pierce BS in Business Education Gymnastica, 3, 4; Sophomore Council; Junior Counselor for transfer students, 3; Gilchrist Hall, vice-president 3; Florida Hall, president 4. JAMES H. NEWLON West Palm Beach BS in Business Administration Sigma Nu Circle " K " , 3; Collegians, 3; Transferred from Palm Beach Junior College, 1953. WALTER FERDINAND MUNFORD JR. Shaker Heights, Ohio BS in Hotel and Restaurant Management Scullions, 3, 4; Transferred from Bowling Green Col- lege, 1953. MARJORIE JANE McCREIGHT Jacksonville BS in Retailing Alpha Chi Omega Alpha Chi Omega, corresponding secretary 3, warden 4; Home Economics Club, 2, 3, 4; Fashion Institute, 3, 4; Senior Judiciary. WALTER KENNETH McKENZIE Jacksonville BS in Marketing Kappa Alpha HAROLD M. McNEIL JR. Pensacola BS in Business Alpha Kappa Psi, 3. 4; Insurance and Real Estate, 4; Transferred from Pensacola Junior College, 1953. PATRICIA LEA PAFFOON Pensacola BS in Business Education Future Business Leaders of America, 3, 4; Transferred from Pensacola Junior College, 1953. BARBARA JANE PATCHEN Clearwater BS in Secretarial Science Junior Counsellor FLORENCE HAZEL PATE Greenville BS in Business English Pi Omega Pi, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi, 3, 4; Future Busi- ness Leaders of America, 4. WAYNE GEORGE PATTON St. Louis, Mo. BS in Business Lambda Chi Alpha Lambda Chi Alpha, vice-president; Alpha Kappa Psi. 1. 2, 3, 4, secretary 2; Newman Club, 3, 4; Varsity Basket- ball team, 2, 3, 4. senior class 1 Page 51 senior JOHN A. PERRY Baldwin, N. Y. BS in Hotel and Restaurant Management Scullions, 3, 4 WILLIAM A. PFEIFFER JR. Pensacola BS in Business Management Sigma Phi Epsilon Delta Sigma Pi, 3, 4. THOMAS EUGENE PINSON Madison BS in Business Sigma Phi Epsilon JOANN PLATT Pahokee BS in Business MARION JEANETTE PORTER Tarpon Springs BS in Management Alpha Delta Pi Alpha Delta Pi, scholarship chairman 2, social chairman 3, secretary 4; Choral Union, 2 , 3; Future Business Leaders of America. RICHARD GALE PORTER Tampa BS in Finance and Management Phi Delta Theta Phi Delta Theta, president 4; Circus, 3, 4. PATRICIA ANN POTTER Tampa BS in Business Future Business Leaders of America, 1, 2, 3, 4, treasurer 2, 3. ISAAC LOUIS POWELL Orlando BS in Business Management University Singers, 2, 3; Baptist Student Union, 2, 3, 4; Transferred from Orlando Junior College, 1953. BILL BROWNING RAINES Madison BS in Public Administration JAMES DURWARD REDDICK Wakulla BS in Accounting MARION TED ROYAL Tallahassee BS in Accounting CUBYE GWENDOLYN RYALS Jacksonville BA in Business Delta Zeta Delta Zeta, vice-president 4; Future Teachers of America, 4; Baptist Student Union, 1, 2, 4; Junior Counselor; Reynolds Hall, social chairman 3. Page 52 1 ciass 1 1 ALBERT SELVAGGI New York, N. Y. BS in Business Scullions ROBERT E. SCARBROUGH Decatur, Ga. BS in Business Theta Chi Theta Chi, vice-president 3, president 4. GLAYDEN L. SCHAFER Fremont, Ohio BS in Accounting Theta Chi Theta Chi, treasurer, 2, 3, 4; Arnold Air Society, 3, 4; Varsity Baseball team, 1, 2. BOBBY JOE SELLARS DeFuniak Springs BS in Business Lambda Chi Alpha Society of Student Accountants, 4. BARBARA WRIGHT SHACKLEFORD St. Petersburg BS in Personnel Management Transferred from St. Petersburg Junior College, 1954. NORMAN B. SHIPLEY Parkville, Mo. BS in Business Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Alpha Epsilon, vice-president 3, president 4; Sophomore Men ' s Council; Varsity Swimming team, captain 4. CURTIS L. SIMMONS DeFuniak Springs BS in Business Lambda Chi Alpha Wesley Foundation, 2, 3, 4, treasurer, 4. CHARLES F. SMITH JR. Los Angeles, Cal. BS in Business Delta Sigma Pi, 4; Bakers Club, 3, 4; Transferred from Long Beach City College. EARL BENJAMIN STEPHENS Pensacola BS in Business ERNEST THOMAS STEVENS Birmingham, Ala. BS in Baking Science and Management Delta Sigma Pi, 2, 3, 4; Cavaliers, 2, 3, 4. MURRAY K. STODDART Hornell, N. Y. BS in Business Scullions DONALD EDWARD STONE North Miami BS in Business Management Kappa Alpha Collegians, 3; Choral Union, 3; Transferred from University of Miami, 1954. Page 53 TOP ROW BOTTOM ROW HARRY IRVING STRANDHAGEN JR. Ft. Lauderdale RS in Business Phi Delta Theta Phi Delta Theta, treasurer 4; Dean ' s List, 3; Gymkana, 1. WALTON KENNETH STUCKEY Century BS in Accounting Phi Kappa Tan Phi Kappa Tau, president 3, vice-president 4; Inter- fraternity Council, 3. JAMES E. THOMSEN Pensacola BS in Business Alpha Kappa Psi; Transferred from Pensacola Junior College, 1953. EDWARD D. TITUS Thomasville, Ga. RS in Management Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Alpha Epsilon, warden 4; Varsity Track team, 2, 3, 4. LOUS M.I ' .KIil VALIAM Monongahela, Pa. RS in Business Delta Sigma Pi, 2, 3, 4, secretary, vice-president; New- man Club, vice-president; Varsity Basketball team, 1. JIMMY F. VAN MIDDLEWORTH St. Petersburg BS in Accounting Phi Kappa Tau Phi Kappa Tau, Ireasursr 4; Alpha Kappa Ps:. JOEL GRACE VAUSE Panama City BS in Business Education Future Teachers of America, 2, 3; Future Business Leaders of America, 2, 3, 4. THOMAS A. WAITS Jacksonville BS in Accounting Kappa Alpha Kappa Alpha, treasurer 3, secretary 4; Warpath Club, 3, 4; Cheerleader, 2, 3; Head Cheerleader, 4; Circus, 2, 3, 4; Under Secretary of Finance, 4; Chairman of Sandspur Dance, 3. CARLOS H. WATSON Lindale, Ga. BS in Business Sigma Chi Magnolia Hall, social chairman 3; Transferred from University of Tampa. RONALD M. WEAVER Atlanta, Ga. RS in Business Management Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Alpha Epsilon, warden 1, 4, herald 3; Varsity Track team, 2, 3, 4, captain 3; Freshman Swimming team, 1. ANTHONY JOSEPH WHEAT JR. Quincy RS in General Rusiness Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Alpha Epsilon, chronicler 3, herald 3; Arnold Air Society, 3, 4; Rifle Team, 3, 4. DANNY F. WHIPPLE Miami RS in Business University Singers, 2, 3; Collegians, 1, 2, 3, 4; Soph- omore Men ' s Council, 2; Baptist Student Union, 1, 2, 3, 4. Page 54 senior 1 ass nineteen fifty six TOP ROW BOTTOM ROW CAROLYN WILLIAMS Pensacola BS in Business Kappa Alpha Theta Cotillion, 1; Circus, 1. LaVERNE WILSON WILLIAMS Greenville, S. C. BS in Business Theta Chi Varsity Basketball team, 1; Varsity Baseball team, 1,2. WALTER NORMAN WILLIAMS Madison BS in Accounting DELANOR JAMES WILSON Tampa BS in Insurance and Real Estate Sigma Chi Collegians. IRA F. WILSON Yakima, Wash. BS in Hotel and Restaurant Management Phi Kappa Tau GERALD B. WYMAN Flushing, N. Y. BS in Accounting Delta Sigma Pi, president, 2. MARJORIE ANN YEOMAN Ft. Lauderdale BA in Personnel Administration Alpha Xi Delta Alpha Xi Delta, pledge trainer 4; Women ' s " F " Club, 2, 3, 4, vice-president 3; Newman Club, social chair- man 1, recording secretary 2; Junior Counselor; Broward Hall, vice-president 3. MARGARET ANN YOUNG St. Augustine BS in Accounting Alpha Delta Pi Alpha Delta Pi, treasurer 3, registrar 2, president 4; Alpha Lambda Delta; Sophomore Council; Society of Student Accountants, 3, 4. Page 55 school of DR. LOUIS SHORES Dean The immense world of literature is open to the young men and women studying under the School of Library Science. Complete facilities in the field are open for student use: a curriculum li- brary, professional service library, audio-visual laboratory, projection room, photographic laboratory, and study rooms. These facilities offer ex- tensive training and practical experi- ence in the student ' s field of study. The only nationally accredited pro- fessional school of Library Science in the nation, it offers Bachelor ' s and Master ' s degrees, and provides highlv trained professional personnel well qualified to serve in libraries of school, college, university, city, and county; in audio-visual centers, the Armed Forces, and in governmental agencies. library science Dean Dr. Louis Shores Assistant Dean. Mr. Robert G. Clapp Associate Professors ._ Miss Agnes Gregory Dr. Mylos Ritchie Professor... —Dr. Otis MeBride Assistant Professors... -Mrs. Sara K. Srygley Miss Louise Galloway Miss Sarah R. Reed Instructors .. Mrs. Ruth Roekwood Mr. John Clemons Miss Mary Alice Hunt Mr. Harold Moreland STAFF: left to right, Miss Sara Reed, Miss Agnes Gregory, Miss Louise Galloway, Mrs. Ruth Roekwood, Mr. Robert Clapp, Dr. Otis MeBride, Dean Louis Shores, Dr. M. H. Ritchie, Mr. John Clemons, Miss Mary Alice Hunt, Mrs. Sara Srygley, Mr. Harold Moreland. Page 56 EMMA LOUISE BUCK Shreveport, La. BA in Library Science Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta, rush chairman 4; Soltas, 3, 4. LOU JEAN DUNN Blountstown BA in Library Science Baptist Student Union, 1. SUZANNE ELLEN EDDLEBLUTE Perry BA in Library Science Soltas, 4; International Student ' s Club, 4; Transferred from University of Florida, 1954. GBETTA AGATHA LARSEN Bowling Green BA in Library Science Alpha Omicron Pi Kappa Delta Pi, 4; Association for Childhood Education, 3, 4, treasurer, 4; Future Teachers of America, 4; Soltas, 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA MARSTON St. Petersburg BA in Library Science Newman Club, 3, 4; Soltas, 3, 4; Florida Flambeau, 3, 4, news editor 4; Transferred from St. Petersburg Junior College, 1953. MARTHA ELIZABETH MORRIS Tallahassee BA in Library Science Sigma Kappa Junior Counselor; Soltas 3, 4, secretary 3; Transferred from University of Florida, 1953. NANCY HOYT ROCKWOOD Tallahassee BA in Library Science Alpha Omicron Pi Soltas, 2, 3, 4, president 3; Theatre Guild, 1, 2; YWCA, 1, 2; Transferred from University of Illinois, 1953. DOROTHY VIRGINIA SHARITZ Miami BA in Library Science Soltas, 3, 4; Choral Union, 1, 2; Junior Counselor, 3; Tally-Ho staff, 4; South Cawthon Social Chairman, 3. MARGARET ANN TOMBERLIN Miami BA in Library Science Baptist Student Union, 3, 4; Transferred from Mars Hill Junior College, 1954. senior 1 ass Page 57 school of DR. COYLE E. MOORE, SR. Dean The School of Social Welfare pro- vides education and training at both the pre-professional, undergraduate level and graduate professional level to prepare students for social work. The School is the only fully accr edited training program in social work in Florida, and it also serves the neigh- boring states under the Southern Regional Compact. Undergraduate students are given an opportunity to secure practical in- formation by observing 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 Mar- riage and Family Division of the School offers student preparation for wise courtship, marriage and parent- hood. The School also offers a coun- seling service in marriage and family relations. social welfare Dean Dr. Coyle E. Moore Professors _ Dr. Edwin R. Hartz Mrs. Dorothy D. Hayes Dr. Earl L. Koos Dr. DcHart Krans Dr. Robert T. Lansdale Dr. William L. Leap Associate Professors .. Mrs. Margaret C. Bristol Dr. Vernon B. Fox Assistant Professors Miss Dixie B. Jones Dr. D avid L. Levine Mr. Charles L. Newman Dr. Albert E. Quade Dr. Robert J. Schmidt Instructors Dr. W. G. Steglich Mr. Louis E. Nelson Mr. Bruce R. Thompson FACULTY: First row, left to right, Dr. David L. Levine, Mrs. Marion G. Morris, Dean Moore, Mrs. Dorothy D. Hayes, Dr. Albert E. Quade, Dr. Robert Schmidt. Second row, Dr. Vernon E. Fox, Dr. DeHart Krans, Dr. Earl L. Koos, Dr. Charles L. Newman, Mr. Winfred Steglich, Mr. Louis Nelson, Mr. Bruce Thompson. Page 58 I TOP ROW BOTTOM ROW DELCIE DEE BARKDOLL Wauchula BS in Social Welfare Social Work Club, 3, 4. PATRICIA CARTLEDGE BENNETT Roanoke, Virginia BS in Social Welfare Chi Omega Social Work Club, 3, 4; Choral Union, 3; Transferred from Agnes Scott, 1954. MARY CAROLYN BRANCH Tallahassee BS in Social Welfare Kappa Delta Kappa Delta, historian 2; Social Work Club, 3, 4; Theatre Dance, 2; Tally-Ho Beauty Section, 2, 3; Future Teachers of America, 3, 4. BETTY ANN CHANCE Miami BS in Social Welfare Chi Omega Social Welfare Club, secretary 3; Freshman Flunkies, 1; Wesley Foundation, 3; Westminster. 4. BILL CHAPMAN Chattahoochee BS in Social Welfare Baptist Student Union, president, 4; Life Service Band, president 3. MARY NEAL COFER St. Petersburg BS in Social Welfare Social Work Club, 4; Association of Childhood Edu- cation, 4. [RENE CREWS Glen St. Mary BS in Social Welfare Kappa Delta Pi, 3, 4; Baptist Student Union, 1, 2, 3, 4, vice-president 4; Future Teachers of America, 4; Social Work Club, president, 4; Junior Counselor; Vice-presi- dent of Jennie Murphree Hall, 3; Vice-president of Landis Hall, 4. CAROL MAXINE FLETCHER Tallahassee BS in Social Welfare Social Work Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America, 3, 4; Theatre Dance, 2, 3, 4; Wesley Founda- tion, 1, 2, 3, 4. JOAN HAWLEY HALFORD St. Petersburg BA in Social Welfare Sophomore Council, 2; Garnet Key, 3, 4; Mortified, 4; Social Work Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Senate, 1, 2, 3; Cabinet, 4; Flambeau, exchange editor 3, assistant business manager 4. KATHLEEN CAROLYN HAMILTON Tampa BS in Social Welfare Delta Zeta Social Welfare Club, 2, 3, 4, secretary 4; Future Teach- ers of America, 4; Circus, 2; Dean ' s List, 3. DOROTHY SUE HOPPMANN St. Petersburg BA in Social Welfare Sigma Delta Pi, president 3; Methodist Student Move- ment, 2, 3, 4; Circus, 3, 4; Transferred from Florida Southern College, 1953. SALLY LOU HUMPHREYS Lake Alfred BA in Social Welfare Chi Omega Social Welfare Club, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America, 4; Westminster Club; Transferred from Weslevan Col- lege, 1954. senior class of ' 56 Page 59 senior class 1 TOP ROW BOTTOM ROW CHARLES HARRY JACOBS Miami BS in Social Welfare Newman Club, president, 3, 4; Men ' s " F " Club, 3, 4; Varsitv Football team, 1, 2, 3, 4. PHYLLIS RUTH KEITH Miami BS in Social Welfare Canterbury Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Social Work Club, 3, 4. PAULA SOUTHGATE ORR Orlando BS in Social Welfare Delta Delta Delta Social Work Club, 2, 3, 4; Choral Union, 4; Freshman Flunkies; Westminster Fellowship, Fashion Institute, 4; Circus, 2, 3; Tally-Ho staff, 2, 3. MARY PATRICIA PEREZ Tampa BS in Social Welfare JENNY LU KENT Tarpon Springs BS in Social Welfare Baptist Student Union; Choral Union, 2; Vice-president of Reynolds Hall. PATRICIA A. LYNCH Clearwater BS in Social Welfare Pi Beta Phi Social Welfare Club, 3, 4; Newman Club, 3, 4; Dean ' s List, 3; Transferred from University of Toledo, 1954. SONYA I. MARCELLINO Dclray Beach BS in Social Welfare Future Teachers of America; Newman Club; Glee Club, 1, 2; Social Work Club; Vice-president of North Cawthon Hall, 4. Sophomore Council, treasurer; Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Social Work Club, 3, 4; President of East Landis Hall, 4; Junior Counselor; Vice-president of Beynolds Hall, 3. MARY CHRISTINA TURNBULL Tallahassee BS in Social Welfare Social Work Club, 3; Choral Union, 1, 2, 3, 4; secre- tary, 2; Women ' s Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, secretary 2; WFSU staff, 2, 3. DOROTHY MAY YOUNG Coral Gables BS in Social Welfare Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta, treasurer 2, 3; Social Welfare Club, 2, 3, 4; Westminster House, 1, 2, 3, 4; Tally-Ho, Organiza- tions Editor, 2, 3. Page 60 i school of horn e economics Dean Dr. Margaret R. Sandels Professors Miss Ina Van Stan Dr. Betty M. Watts Dr. Hazel T. Stevens Dr. Mildred I. Morgan Dr. Helen Cate Dr. Janet K. Smith Dr. Ruth Connor Miss Eunice Grady Dr. Joan J. Coleman Dr. Anne G. Buis Assistant Professors Miss Helen L. Riehey Mrs. Ruth D. Ferguson Mrs. Betty W. Bailey Mrs. Nona M. Goodson Associate Professors Mrs. Eleanor Adam Dr. Harvye Lewis Dr. Ruth J. Dales Dr. Helen F. Greene Instructors.- Mrs. Anna C. Carey Miss Janis Gibbens Miss Mary Lee Marshall Mrs. Hortense M. Glenn Mrs. Jane K. Shearer Mrs. Kathryn S. Powell Unlimited opportunities are offered or students interested in Clothing and textiles. Food and Nutrition, or in -Jome and Family Life in the School ! )f Home Economics. The non-professional major pre- pares for homemaking, at the same ime leaving a number of electives o the student ' s choice. The student najoring in Home Economics may ninor in other fields, opening the loor to many exciting professions. STAFF: First row, left to right, Mrs. Kathryn Powell, Miss Eunice Grady, Dr. Ruth Connor, Dr. Helen Cate, Mrs. Eleanor Adam, Dr. Harvye Lewis, Miss Mary Lee Marshall, Dr. Betty Watts. Mrs. Hortense Glenn, Dean Margaret Sandels, Mrs. Betty Bailey. Second row, Dr. Hazel Stevens, Mrs. Nona Goodson, Mrs. Anna Carey, Dr. Helen Greene, Mrs. Ruth Ferguson, Miss Helen Riehey, Mrs. Jane Shearer, Dr. Mildred Morgan, Dr. Joan Coleman, Miss Janis Gibbens, Dr. Janet Smith, Dr. Anne Buis. Page 61 TOP ROW ELEANOR B. ADKINSON Pensacola BS in Home Economics LaVETRA ARMSTRONG Quincy BS in Home Economics Chi Omega Chi Omega, secretary 3, president 4; Home Economics Club; Sophomore Council; Circus, 1, 2, 3; University Singers, 1; Future Teachers of America, 3, 4. BETTY RUTH BENECKE Titusville BS in Home Economics Education Kappa Delta Pi, secretary 4; Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; 4-H Club, 1; Landis Hall, vice-president 3. PAULINE ELLEN BENSON Westfield, N. Y. BS in Interior Design International Students ' Club, 4; Transferred from New York State College for Teachers, 1954. MIRIAM ELIZABETH BETZER Thomasville, Ga. BS in Home Economics SHIRLEY FRANCES BRADBURY Miami BS in Home Economics Delta Zeta Delta Zeta, panhellenic representative 4; Home Eco- nomics Club, 3, 4; Transferred from the University of Alabama, 1954. BOTTOM ROW BARBARA ANN CALDWELL Clearwater BS in Home Economics Kappa Alpha Theta Florida Flambeau staff, 1; Tally-Ho staff, 1, 2; Fashion Institute, 3, 4. MILDRED IDA CARLTON Plant City BS in Home Economics Education Omicron Nu; Kappa Delta Pi; Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; 4-H Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. CAROLINE LILA DeVORE Reddick BS in Home Demonstration Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, treasurer 3; West- minster Fellowship, council 4; 4-H Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, president 4. PATRICIA LEE DEWBERRY St. Petersburg BS in Interior Design Alpha Chi Omega Alpha Chi Omega, vice-president 3, secretary 4; Circus 3. CHRISTOBEL B. ENGLE Jacksonville BS in Home Economics Home Economics Club; 4-H Club, secretary 3; Meth- odist Student House. ELIZABETH ANN FERGUSON Ft. Myers BS in Home Economics Kappa Delta Kappa Delta, secretary 4; Omicron Nu; Home Economics Club, 3, 4; Theatre Dance Group, 1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Council; Future Teachers of America; Circus, 1. Page 62 senior class DOROTHY JEAN FORD Quincy RS in Home Economics Education Kappa Delta Future Teachers of America, 3, 4; Home Economics Club, 4; Circus, 1, 2; Choral Union, 1; Raptist Student Union. CATHERINE RUTH FRIEDHEIM Relle Glade RS in Home Economics Education Home Economics Club, 2, 4; Newman Club, 2, 3, 4, treasurer, 3, 4; Junior Counselor. JOAN EILEEN GRANTHAM Winter Haven RS in Clothing and Textiles Gamma Phi Beta Home Economics Club; Fashion Institute; Marching Chiefs; Symphonic Rand. JUDITH REHARD HOFMAN Ft. Lauderdale RS in Home Economics Education Home Economics Club, 3, 4; Gamma Delta, 2, 3, 4, secretary 3, treasurer 4. DOROTHY RAE HORNDUSKY Union City, Penn. RS in Food and Nutrition Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. IRIS ARLOA HURRARD Orlando BS in Home Economics Education Home Economics Club; Wesley Foundation Council; International Students Club; Wesley Singers. LEQUITA MAE JOHNSON Cairo, Georgia BS in Home Economics Education Alpha Delta Pi Alpha Delta Pi, rush chairman 4; Home Economics Club, 3, 4. KARL1N JANE KENT Columbus, Miss. BS in Home Economics Retailing Chi Omega Phi Chi Theta, secretary 1, 2; Cotillion, 3, 4; Home Economics Club, 3, 4; Fashion Institute, 3, 4; YWCA, publicity chairman 1, 2; Triangle, 1, 2, 3; Corolla staff, University of Alabama; Transferred from the University of Alabama, 1954. WYLENE MAYFIELD LAPINSKI Seville RS in Home Economics Education Home Economics Club, 2, 3, 4; 4-H Club, 2, 3, 4, Rural Youth Conference chairman 3, vice-president 4; Transferred from Stetson University, 1953. FLORENCE HARRIETT LOWE Homestead BS in Home Economics Omicron Nu, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi, 3, 4; Mortar Board; Garnet Key, 2, 3, 4; Junior Counselor; Wesley Foundation Council; Home Economics Club; Sophomore Council; North Cawthon Hall, vice-president 2; Jennie Murphree Hall, social chairman 3; Danforth Foundation Fellowship Award. BARRARA ANN LYNCH Miami BS in Home Economics Alpha Omicron Pi Alpha Omicron Pi, Panhellenic representative 3, president 4; Newman Club, 2, 3, 4, secretary 4; Home Economics Club, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Council; Talhj-Ho staff, 2. MARJORIE FAYE MANGELS Jacksonville RS in Home Economics Alpha Chi Omega Alpha Chi Omega, historian 4; Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, 3, 4; Tarpon Club, 2, 3, historian 4. ' 56 1 senior class SHIRLEY JOYCE MANNING Pensacola BS in Food and Nutrition Transferred from Pensacola Junior College, 1954. JUNE ELIZABETH MIXON Cairo, Ga. BS in Clothing and Textiles Alpha Delta Pi Home Economics Club, 2, 3, 4; Fashion Institute, 4. ANN ROGERS MURRAY Bagdad BS in Food and Nutrition Alpha Xi Delta Alpha Xi Delta, scholarship chairman 4; Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 4; Baptist Student Union, 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Counselor. DAROL LEE MYERS Tampa BS in Interior Design Alpha Chi Omega Activities at the University of Alabama; Corolla staff, 2; Triangle, 2; YWCA, 2; Swan Club, 2; Home Economics Club, 4; Women ' s Spirit Committee, 2; Transferred from the University of Alabama. MAX1NE CAROLYN McGILL Perry BS in Food and Nutrition South Cavvthon Hall, president 4. MONA LEE McKELVEY Tallahassee BS in Home Economics Education Home Economics Club, 3, president 4; Marching Chiefs, 1. DONNA McNAB Palatka BS in Clothing and Textiles Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Gamma Delta, assistant treasurer 3, secretary 4; Alpha Lambda Delta; Omicron Nu, 3, 4; Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Fashion Institute, treasurer 3, 4. HELEN ANNE NEMETH Auburndale BS in Food and Nutrition Junior Counselor; Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Floor Chairman, Reynolds Hall and Landis Hall. BETTY EARLINE PADGETT DeFuniak Springs BS in Home Economics Education Future Teachers of America, 2, 3; Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Baptist Student Union. MEREDITH PAYNE Palatka BS in Home Economics Pi Beta Phi Pi Beta Phi, social chairman 3; Village Vamps, 2, 3, 4; Home Economics Club, 4 PATRICIA ANN PETERS Atlanta, Ga. BS in Home Economics Education Alpha Chi Omega Alpha Chi Omega, magazine editor 3, activities chairman 4; Future Teachers of America, 4; Choral Union, 1, 2, 3; Circus, 2, 3; Floor Chairman, South Cawthon Hall, 2. ROSEMARY RHYNE Albany, Ga. BS in Home Economics Zeta Tau Alpha Gamma Alpha Chi, 3, 4; Fashion Institute, 3, 4; Transferred from Uni- versity of Georgia, 1954. TOP ROW DONNA MARIE RIDGE Naples BS in Home Economies Delta Gamma Delta Gamma, president 4; Mortified, 4; Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Economies Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Council; Junior Counselor; Vice-president Jennie Mur- phree Hall, 3. BS LOUANNE SELF Sarasota in Clothing and Textiles Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta, president 4; Fashion Institute, 3, president 4; University Orchestra, 1, 2, 3; State Sym- phony, 1, 2, 3. CAROL JANE SISSON Tampa BS in Fashion Institute Chi Omega Sophomore Council, secretary 2; Village Vamps, 1, 2, 3, 4, secretary 4; Fashion Institute, 3, 4; Circus, 1, 2, 3, 4. KRISTINA LOUISE STAHL Miami BS in Home Economics Education Chi Omega Chi Omega, treasurer 3, vice-president 4; Home Eco- nomics Club, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America, 3, 4; Freshman Flunkies; Junior Class, treasurer. EMILY STEPHENS Cordele, Ga. BS in Home Economics Education Baptist Student Union. MARION LOU STEPHENSON Bradenton BS in Home Economics Phi Mu Phi Mu, vice-president 4; Future Teachers of America, 3, 4; Home Economics Club, 1, 2. BOTTOM ROW NANCY VAUGHN St. Petersburg BS in Home Economics Kappa Alpha Theta Kappa Alpha Theta, education chairman 4; Mortar Board, president 4; Sophomore Council, president 2; Garnet Key, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Class, treasurer; Junior Women ' s Senator; Secretary of State, 4; Westminster Fellowship; Junior Counselor. NINA MARLENE WADSWORTH Jacksonville Beach BS in Home Economics Education Gamma Phi Beta Alpha Lambda Delta; Sophomore Council; Home Eco- nomics Club, 1, 2, 3; Baptist Student Union: Florida Hall, floor chairman 3. ADELL KENNEDY WHITFIELD Auburndale BS in Home Economics Education Home Economics Club, 2, 3, 4; 4-H Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America, 3, 4; Baptist Student Union. FLORIDA ANN WILDER Inverness BS in Food and Nutrition Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. MARY WILLIS Greenwood BS in Home Economics Education Sigma Kappa Circus, 2; Home Economics Club, state secretary 2, 3; Transferred from Chipola Junior College, 1953. LOUISE BLANDING YARBOROUGH Miami BS in Home Economics Kappa Alpha Theta Kappa Alpha Theta, president 4; Sophomore Council; Junior Counselor; Homecoming Dance, chairman 4; Home Economics Club. of nineteen fifty six Page 65 school of DR. RALPH L. EYMAN Dean The excellent work of the School of Education at Florida State University is shared by its six major depart- ments: Art Education and Construc- tive Design, Basic Professional Edu- cation, the Demonstration School, Health Education, Physical Education for Men, and Physical Education for Women. As prospective teachers, supervisors, administrators, and research workers, students are challenged by the broad program of training and activities on both the graduate and undergraduate level. Page 66 education Dean Dr. Ralph L. Eyman Associate Dean... Dr. Mode L. Stone Professors Dr. E. W. Cason Dr. Harold Cottingham Dr. Julian Greenlee Dr. II. A. Curtis Dr. E. K. Hankin Dr. Harris W. Dean Dr. Marian Hay Dr. M. H. DeGraff Dr. E. S. Lawler Dr. W. T. Edwards Dr. Nita K. Pyburn Dr. H. L. Friek Dr. Virgil Strickland Dr. R. L. Goulding Associate Professors Dr. Marian Black Dr. Dwight Burton Dr. Edna Parker Dr. J. W. Fleming Dr. Raymond Schultz Dr. R. S. Fouch Mrs. Dora Skipper Dr. Sarah L. Hammond Dr. J. R. Skretting Miss Fay Kirtland Mr. J. W. Struck Dr. K. F. McLaughlin Dr. Mildred Swearingen Dr. S. T. Lastinger Dr. Malvina Trussell Dr. J. David O ' Dea Dr. Coolie Verner Assistant Professors Miss Sara DeKeni Dr. Russell Kropp Miss Blanche Trezevant Dr. M. C. Oelke Mrs. Martha Willson First row: Mrs. Christine Tomberlin, Mrs. Dora Skipper, Dr. Marian Hay, Dr. Nita Pyburn, Dean R. L. Eyman, Dr. R. L. Goulding, Miss Grace Barclay, Mrs. Alice Redfern, Mrs. Helen Massey. Second row: Miss Betty Wheeler, Mrs. Sammy Hawley, Dr. Marian Black, Dr. Mildred Swearingen, Miss Maudine Blair, Dr. Malvina Trussell, Mrs. Mary Frances Brown, Mrs. Betty Clemmons, Mrs. Theresa Wright. Third row: Miss Julia Alfriend, Mrs. Eunice Crabb, Miss Blanche Trezevant, Mrs. Jean Lively, Dr. Mark DeGraff, Miss Gretchen Kerr, Dr. Virgil Strickland, Miss Fay Kirtland, Dr. Harris Dean. Fourth row: Mr. William Maloy, Dr. W. T. Edwards, Mrs. Kathy File, Mrs. Joyce Coulter, Dr. Kenneth McLaughlin, Dr Hazen Curtis, Dr. Mode Stone, Mr. Leon Coulter, Dr. J. W. Fleming. Fifth row: Mr. Fred Vogel, Dr. Eugene Lawler, Dr. E. K. Hankin, Dr. Edna Parker, Dr. R. S. Fouch, Dr. Julian Greenlee, Mr. C. W. McGuffey, Dr. S. T. Lastinger. Sixth row: Mr. A. T. Clarke, Dr. Dwight Burton, Dr. J. David O ' Dea, Dr. R. E. Schultz, Mr. Warren Prentice, Dr. M. C. Oelke, Mr. B. H. Horton, Dr. Ernest Cason, Mr. J. W. Pattyson, Dr. Herman Frick, Mr. Tenho Her- manson. • senior class 1 TOP ROW LISKA LOVELLE AHRANO Gainesville BS in Education Chi Omega SAM RICHARD ALDERMAN Tallahassee BS in Education Marching Chiefs, 1, 2; Collegians, 1, 2, 3; Choral Union, 3; Senior Council; Day Students Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, presi- dent 4; Secretary of Elections, 3; Flambeau staff, cir- culation manager 2, 3; Men ' s Judiciary, 4; Future Teach- ers of America, 3, 4. THOMAS DALTON ALLEN Tallahassee BS in Physical Education American Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation, 4. WINIFRED ELSBETH ALMAN St. Petersburg BS in Education Kappa Delta Pi; Mortar Board, treasurer 4; Garnet Key, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America; Association of Child- hood Education; Epsilon Chi; Junior Counselor; Presi- dent North Cawthon Hall, 3. JOANNE ANDERSON West Palm Beach BS in Education Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Gamma Delta, corresponding secretary 3, vice- president 4; Association of Childhood Education, 3, 4; Circus, 1, 2; Clerk of the Traffic Court, 3, 4. RICHARD ACQUINIS ARTMEIER Clarksburg, Ind. BS in Physical Education Alpha Tau Omega Varsity Basketball team, 2, 3, 4; All-District Basketball team, 3; Men ' s " F " Club, 2, 3, 4. BOTTOM ROW BARBARA YOST ASHLEY Panama City BS in Elementary Education Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta, publicity and activities chairman 2; Cotillion, vice-president 2; Sophomore Council; Social Chairman Sophomore class; Tally-Ho staff, assistant editor 2; Junior Counselor; Freshman Flunkies; Fresh- man Carnival and Jennie Murphree Hall Queen court, 1; Ruge Hall Vestry. CHARLES GARY ASHLEY Greenville, S. C. BS in Physical Education Theta Chi Varsity Baseball team, 1, 2, 3, 4; Men ' s " F " Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES E. ATWOOD North Miami BS in Education Alpha Tau Omega Alpha Tau Omega, sentinel 4; Varsitv Baseball team, 1, 2, 3, 4; Men ' s " F " Club, 2, 3, 4; Westminster Fel- lowship 4. JOAN LEWIS BAXLEY Bagdad BA in Education Future Teachers of America, 3, 4; Transferred from Pensacola Junior College, 1954. SUSAN JANE BAYMILLER Panama City BS in Education Kappa Delta Pi, 3, 4; Alpha Lambda Delta; Future Teachers of America, 1, 2, 3, vice-president 4; State Scholarship Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Council; Jennie Murphree Hall, floor chairman 1: North Cawthon Hall, vice-president 4. VALDEEN MARTHA BANKS Lake Park BS in Education Future Teachers of America; Baptist Student Union. senior BARBARA ANN BAREDIAN St. Petersburg BS in Secondary Education Epsilon Chi, 3, 4; Baptist Student Union, Director of Baptist Players 4; Junior Counselor AGNES JANE BASSETT Ft. Myers Beach BS in Physical Education Physical Education Association, 1, 2, 3, 4; American Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation 1, 2, 3, 4; Women ' s " F " Club, 4; Women ' s Intramural Manager, 4. BILLIE JEAN BEAL Cocoa BS in Education Zeta Tau Alpha Future Teachers of America; Transferred from Stetson University, 1954. HARRY BROWN BELL JR. Marianna BS in Secondary Education MURRAY A. BERMAN New Rochelle, N. Y. BS in Secondary Education Tau Epsilon Plii Tau Epsilon Phi, pledge trainer 3, chaplain 3; Future Teachers of America, 2, 3, 4; B ' nai B ' rith Hillel, 2, 3, 4; International Students Club, 3, 4; Transferred from Florida Southern College, 1953. BEATRICE MARIE BISBEE Sanford BS in Elementary Education Kappa Alpha Theta Tau Beta Sigma, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America, 3, 4; Association of Childhood Education, 3; Marching Chiefs, 1, 2, 3, 4; Symphonic Band, 1, 2, 3; Newman Club, 1; Secretary of Sophomore Class; Secretary of Junior Class; Senior Women ' s Senate; Sophomore Hop Court; Sophomore Council; Garnet Key; Mortar Board. BETTY LENORE BOWMAN Tampa BS in Education WILMA COLLEEN BRAZELL Ocala BS in Education Future Teachers of America; Wesley Foundation. JOAN ELIZABETH BREED Ft. Lauderdale BS in Education Modern Dance Group; Wesley Foundation; Sandspur, 1, 2, 3; State Scholarship Club; Epsilon Chi; Student Christian Association. MARY BOYDEN BRETT Miami BS in Secondary Education State Scholarship Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Glee Club, 1, 2. JORITA BROCK Jacksonville BS in Elementary Education Future Teachers of America, 3, 4; Epsilon Chi, 4; Choral Union, 1, 2; Baptist Student Union, 1, 2, 3, 4; Cotillion, 3, 4. MERTICE JOANNE BROOKS Bradenton BS in Education Phi Mu Phi Mu, treasurer; Home Economics Club; Future Teachers of America. class BARBARA HOPE BROWN St. Petersburg BS in Education Future Teachers of America; Canterbury Club. SHIRLEY JEAN BURRELL Dania BS in Education Phi Mu Phi Mu recording secretary, 4, corresponding secretary, 3; Women ' s " F " Club; Future Teachers of America; Baptist Student Union; Circus, 3; Tally-Ho Beauty Section, 1. HELEN WALLACE CAROTHERS Tallahassee BS in Elementary Education Alpha Delta Pi Alpha Delta Pi, executive council 3; Kappa Delta Pi, 4; Sophomore Coun- cil; Future Teachers of America, 4; Westminster Fellowship; Social Standards committee, 1; Freshman Flunkies. MARK JACOB CASTO JR. Daytona Beach BS in Education Kappa Sigma Newman Club, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America, 4; Industrial Arts Club, 3, 4. JULIA WILSON CLARK Orlando BS in Elementary Education Pi Beta Phi Pi Beta Phi, executive council 2; Dean ' s List, 2, 3; Transferred from Wesleyan Conservatory, 1953. ROBERTA JANET CLAY Plant City BS in Elementary Education Future Teachers of America. FRANCES D. COLEMAN Tampa BS in Education Future Teachers of America; American Association of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, vice-president, 4; American Recreation Society, 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Counselor. VIRGINIA ANN COOK Mayo BS in Education Zeta Tau Alpha Zeta Tau Alpha, rush chairman 3, panhellenic representative 4; Sophomore Council; State Scholarship Club, president 3; Association of Childhood Education, secretary 4; Baptist Student Union; Future Teachers of America; Circus, 2, 3; Freshman Flunkies. NORMA JEAN COSBY Ft. Lauderdale BS in Education Association of Childhood Education, 3, 4; 4-H Club, 1; State Scholar- ship Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Baptist Student Union; Junior Counselor. PATRICIA ANN COURTER Palmetto BS in Education Kappa Delta Pi, 3, 4; State Scholarship Club, 2, 3, 4. SHIRLEY COX Monticello BS in Elementary Education Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta corresponding secretary, 4; Kappa Delta Pi; Association of Childhood Education, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Flunkies; Tally-Ho staff, 2; Fashion Institute, 4; Epsilon Chi; Student Government honor committee, 4. ANNE PAPE CRANE Winter Park BS in Education Future Teachers of America, 4; Circus, 2, 3; Tarpon, 1. flTT? senior class 1 TOP ROW SARAH BEATRICE CRUCE Tallahassee BS in Elementary Education Epsilon Chi, 4; Future Teachers of America, 1, 2, 3, 4; Day Student Organization, 1, 2, 3, 4. THOMAS J. CUNNINGHAM JR. St. Petersburg BS in Secondary Education Future Teachers of America, 4; Dean ' s List, 3, 4. EDITH D ' LUGOS DAVIS Pensacola BS in Education Future Teachers of America, 3, 4. JANE DAVIS Green Cove Springs BS in Education Alpha Delta Pi Alpha Delta Pi, social chairman 3, registrar 4; Cotillion, 3, 4; Circus, 1. LILLIAN CHARLENE DELEGAL St. Petersburg BS in Elementary Education Future Teachers of America, 4. DORIS EDITH DePUY Winter Haven BS in Elementary Education Delta Zeta Future Teachers of America, 3, 4; Marching Chiefs, 2. BOTTOM ROW BARBARA ELIZABETH DRIVER Thomasville, Ga. BS in Recreational Education Gamma Phi Beta Gamma Phi Beta treasurer 3, 4; Ruge Hall; Transferred from the University of Maryland. DOROTHY EMMELINE ENDRES Tallahassee BS in Elementary Education Transferred from Kansas State Teachers College. NANCY JOANNE ERICKSON Mi ami Beach BS in Education Kappa Alpha Theta Kappa Alpha Theta, social chairman 4; Future Teachers of America, 4; Junior Counselor. BETTY JUNE EVANS Miami BS in Secondary Education Women ' s " F " Club, 2, 3, 4, secretary-treasurer 3, presi- dent 4; Physical Education Association, 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America, 1; American Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation, 1, 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Division, University Recreation Association, 3, 4. PEGGY ANN FERNALD Tarpon Springs AB in Elementary Education Phi Mu Transferred from Wesleyan College, 1955. BILLIE ANN FOLSOM Mims BS in Early Childhood and Elementary Education Gamma Phi Beta Future Teachers of America, 3, 4; Association of Child- hood Education, 3, 4. Page 70 TOP ROW RUTH KASCH FRASER Ft. Lauderdale BS in Elementary Education Lutheran Students Group, 1, 2, 3, 4; Circus, 2. J. CARLOS FRAUNDORFER Tampa BS in Physical Education Sigma Chi Sigma Chi tribune, 4; Men ' s " F " Club, vice-president 3, secretary, 3; Varsity Track team, 1, 2, 3, 4, captain 3; Athletic Director Senior Hall, 3. MARY CATHERINE FREEMAN Jacksonville BA in Elementary Education Alpha Chi Omega Alpha Chi Omega, second vice-president 4; Kappa Delta Pi, 3, 4; Mortar Board; Garnet Key, vice-president 4; Sophomore Council; Methodist Student House, 1, 2, 3, 4, vice-president 3; Vice-president of Sophomore Class; President of Bryan Hall, 3. SARA MARGARET FLEENOR West Palm Beach BA in Education SARAH R. FLETCHER Greensboro BS in Business Education Alpha Omicron Pi Alpha Omicron Pi, business secretary 4, house president 3; Home Economics Club, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation. CAROL DEANE FULKERSON Jacksonville BS in Elementary Education Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Gamma Delta, panhellenic representative, 4; Vil- lage Vamps, 1, 2, 3, 4; Association of Childhood Edu- cation, 3, 4; Circus, 3; Jennie Murphree Hall Sweet- heart, 1; Inter-Fraternity Council Queen, 2; Sandspur Queen, 2. BOTTOM ROW RICHARD WAYNE GANT Miami BS in Health Education Delta Tau Delta Health Education Club, 3, 4; American Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation, 3, 4; Col- legians, 4; Future Teachers of America, 4. JAMES L. GEOGHAGAN Paxton BS in Education Future Teachers of America, 2, 3, 4; Epsilon Chi, 4; State Scholarship Club, 2, 3, 4; Baptist Student Union; Health Club, 3, 4. FORREST DONALD GOLD Shelby, N. C. BS in Physical Education American Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation; Future Teachers of America, 3, 4; Baptist Student Union, 3, 4; Transferred from Uni- versity of North Carolina, 1954. MARY CAROLYN GOODE St. Cloud BS in Recreation Education Recreation Society, treasurer, 4; Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, Wesley Players, 1, 2; West Landis Hall, social chairman, 3. BETTY HELEN GOOCH St. Augustine BS Elementary Education Zeta Tan Alpha Zeta Tau Alpha, vice-president 4; Mortified; Newman Club; Future Teachers of America, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Advisory Board; State Scholarship Club; Theater Dance Group, 1, 2, 3, 4, president 4; Cotillion, 2, 3, 4; Circus 1, 2; Senior Women ' s Judiciary; Junior Counselor; Miss Betty Co-Ed, 3. DANIEL JOHN GORHAM West Palm Beach BA in Education Alpha Phi Omega, 3, 4, president 4; Future Teachers of America, 3, 4; Politics Club, 4; Young Republicans, president, 3, 4; Phi Kappa co-operative, president 3; Newman Club, social chairman, 3. nineteen fifty six Page 71 TOP ROW NANCY CAROLYN GRAHAM Jacksonville BS in Special Education Phi Mil Phi Mu pledge trainer 3, president 4; Epsilon Chi 4; Sophomore Council; Junior Counselor; Women ' s " F " Club; Student Senate, 1, 2, 3; Tally-Ho staff 3. LEATRICE JEAN GRANT Jacksonville BS in Recreation Education Recreation Club; AAHPER; Gilchrist Hall, vice-presi- dent. BETTY JAYNE GRAY Tampa BS in Elemental-) ' Education Women ' s " F " Club, 3, 4; Physical Education Associ- ation, Publicity Manager, 1; AAHPER, 1, 2; Future Teachers of America, 4. MARY LORAINE GRIFFITH Perry BS in Education Tau Beta Sigma, chaplain 3; Methodist Student House, 1, 4; Marching Chiefs, 2, 3; Choral Union, 1; Future Teachers of America, 4; Junior Counselor. MARGARET ANN GWINN Atlanta, Ga. BS in Elementary Education Sigma Ka) i a Future Teachers of America, 4. SARAH ELIZABETH HAMBLEY Coral Gables BS in Elementary Education Chi Omega Circus, 1, 2; Cheerleader, 1, 2, 3, 4; Village Vamps, 2; Christian Scientist Organization, 3, 4. BOTTOM ROW ENOCH HAMILTON HANNA Altha BS in Education Epsilon Chi, 4; Scholarship Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. MARY ELIZABETH HANNUM West Palm Beach BS in Elementary Education Baptist Student Union, 3, 4; Transferred from Palm Beach Junior College, 1954. CAROLE ANN HARRIS Pompano Beach BS in Elementary Education Future Teachers of America, 3, 4; Association for Child- hood Education, 3, 4, vice-president 4; University Sym- phony, 1, 2, 4; Junior Counselor. MARLENE EVELYN HAYES Miami BS in Education Alpha Chi Omega Epsilon Chi, 4; Scholarship Club, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America, 1, 4. SYLVIA MAE HAYMAN Enterprise BS in Education Future Teachers of America, 3, 4; Choral Union, 3. ELOISE F. HEARN Live Oak BS in Early Childhood and Elementary Education Future Teachers of America, 4; Association for Child- hood Education, 4. senior class 1 Page 72 nineteen fifty six TOP ROW SUE ANN HERNDON Tallahassee BS in Education Zeta Tau Alpha Zeta Tau Alpha, secretary 4; National Recreation So- ciety; Off-Campus Court, chairman 4. ANN HOFFMANN Orlando BS in Elementary Education Pi Beta Phi Pi Beta Phi, assistant house chairman 2, intramurals chairman 4; Bit 6c Spur, ' 3, 4; Circus, 1; Freshman Flunkies; Future Teachers of America, 3, 4. DONALD HOLDER Jersey City, N. J. BS in Physical Education Gymnastica, 3, 4; Gymkana; Scabbard and Blade 3, 4; Gold Key, 3, 4; Varsity Gymnastics team, 1, 2, 3, 4, captain 4; Men ' s " F " Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. MARY ANN HOWES Jacksonville AB in Education Association for Childhood Education, 3, 4; Scholarship Club, 1; Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, 3, 4, Affiliations Com- mittee, Attendance Secretary, Alumni Committee; Wes- ley Players, 1, 2. 3, 4; FSU Film Club, 2; Junior Coun- selor; Choral Union, f; Women ' s Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Marching Chiefs, 2; Dean ' s List, 2, 3, 4. NANCY ELEANOR HUDSON Tavares BS in Elementary Education Future Teachers of America, 4; WFSU, 1, 2. DALMA ILONA HULL Albany, Ga. BS in Elementary Education Epsilon Chi, 4; Future Teachers of America, 4: Trans- ferred from Georgia Southwestern College. BOTTOM ROW MARY MATTHEWS ILER St. Petersburg BA in Education Kappa Alpha Theta, treasurer 3; Future Teachers of America; Association for Childhood Education. DORIS LYNN ISHIE Jacksonville BS in Elementary Education Epsilon Chi, 3, 4; Future Teachers of Amercia, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation; Transferred from Jacksonville Junior College, 1953. M. DEANE JACKSON Jacksonville BS in Elementary Education Kappa Delta Kappa Delta, editor; Village Vamps, 1, 2, 3, 4; Circus, 1. 2; Future Teachers of America; Association of Child- hood Education; Epsilon Chi; Dean ' s List, 3, 4; Can- terbury Club; Homecoming Court, 3; Sophomore Hop court, 2; Smoke Signals Calendar, 1, 2, 3; Tally-Ho beauty section. JERRY JOHN JACOBS South Bend, Ind. BS in Physical Education Phi Delta Theta Yarsitv Football team, 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Track team, 2, 3, 4; Men ' s " F " Club. JOAN JOHANSEN Miami BS in Elementary Education Alpha Xi Delta Alpha Xi Delta, vice-president 4, rush chairman 3; Garnet Key, 3; Women ' s " F " Club, 3; Baptist Student Union, 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America; Junior Coun- selor; Broward Hall, president 3. BETTY ANN JOHNSON Pensacola BS in Elementary Education Kappa Delta Kappa Delta, corresponding secretary. 4; Future Teach- ers of America, 2, 3, 4; Association of Childhood Edu- cation, 3. 4; Transferred from Alabama Polytechnic Institute. 1953. Page 73 senior CHRISTINE MARJORIE JOHNSON Largo BS in Elementary Education Future Teachers of America, 2, 3, 4, membership chairman 3, treasurer 4; Wesley Foundation. ELLEN JEAN JOHNSON Punta Corda BA in Education Wesley Foundation. MELVIN WAYNE JOHNSON Kissimmee BS in Education Delta Tau Delta Future Teachers of America, 3, 4; Scholarship Club, 4; Transferred from Stetson University, 1952. SHIRLEY ANN JOHNSON St. Petersburg BS in Elementary and Early Childhood Education Future Teachers of America, 1, 2, 3, 4; Association of Childhood Educa- tion, 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. JANE ELLEN JONES Ocala BS in Elementary Education Alpha Omicron Pi Alpha Omicron Pi, social chairman 2; Kappa Delta Pi, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America, 1, 2, 3, 4. MILDRED ESTHER JONES Branford BS in Education Kappa Delta Pi, 4; Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, 3, secretary 4; Junior Counselor. PATRICIA ANN JONES Wildwood BS in Elementary and Early Childhood Education. Kappa Delta Pi, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America, 1, 2, 3, 4; Association of Childhood Education, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation; Broward Hall, vice- president 3; Junior Counselor. JOSEPH JEROME KAIRIS Tallahassee BS in Secondary Education DOROTHY JEAN KAUFMANN Miami BS in Elementary Education Future Teachers of America, 4; Art Interest Club, 4; Phvsical Education Association, 1, 2; AAHPER, 1. SANDRA LANE KENDRICK Dania BS in Education Sophomore Council, 2; Summer Judiciary, 4; Landis Hall vice-president; Baptist Student Union. DOLORES P. KIEPER Gibsonton BS in Education Wesley Foundation, 1, 2; Wesley Players, 1, 2; Association of Childhood Education, 3, 4 MARTHA ELIZABETH KING Milton BS in Education Association for Childhood Education; Epsilon Chi; Future Teachers of America, historian 2, president 3, state president 4; Scholarship Club; Wesley Foundation; Wesley Players, 4, treasurer 4; Women ' s Glee Club, 1. 2; Junior Counselor. c lass iWfc- GRETCHEN KIRCHHOFF Sanford BS in Elementary Education Alpha Delta Pi Alpha Delta Pi, executive 3; Girl ' s Chorus, 1; Ballet group, 1; Trans- ferred from Sullins College, 1953. BETTI LAWRENCE KREAGER Panama City BS in Education Zeta Tau Alpha JOHN LOUIS KREIMEYER Washington, D. C. BS in Elementary Education Florida Education Association, 4; Transferred from University of Florida, 1955. BEVERLY ANN KUIKEN St. Petersburg BS in Secondary Education Pi Delta Phi, 3, 4, president 4; Future Teachers of America. RUTH ELLEN KUKURA DeLand BS in Education Future Teachers of America, 3, 4; Association for Childhood Education, 4; Scholarship Club, 3, 4; Choral Union, 3; Symphonic Band, 3, 4; West- minster Fellowship. RONALD IRVIN LANGSTON Sopchoppy BS in Science Education Alpha Tau Omega JOAN LEE West Palm Beach BS in Elementary Education Kappa Alpha Theta Kappa Alpha Theta panhellenic representative, 4; Future Teachers of Amer ica 4; Circus, 1, 2; Tally-Ho staff 2; Tally-Ho, Beauty section 3; Calendar Girl; Smoke Signals, 3. SANDRA LOU LEE Bradenton BS in Elementary Education Alpha Lambda Delta; Future Teachers of America; Scholarship Club, Choral Union. HELEN LESKO Cleveland, Ohio BS in Elementary Education Alpha Lambda Delta, 1; Soltas, 3. BARBARA ANN LEWIS Jacksonville BS in Education Sigma Tau Delta; Epsilon Chi; Future Teachers of America; Transferred from Jacksonville Junior College, 1953. CONSTANCE CAROLYN LONG St. Petersburg BS in Education Future Teachers of America, 2, 3, 4, vice-president; Canterbury Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, co-housemanager; Scholarship Club. TENILLA LAUNEY LYNES Tampa BS in Education Future Teachers of America; Association for Childhood Education; Wesley Foundation. senior 1 class TOP ROW MARGARET MacDOUGALL Tampa BS in Elementary Education Delta Zeta Circus, 2; Transferred from Stephens College, 1953. MARGARET JULIA MALLOY Sanford BS in Secondary Education Scholarship Club. 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi, 3, 4; Epsilon Chi, president 4; Future Teachers of America, 4; Alpha Lambda Delta; Les Jongleurs, 3, 4. secretary 4; Baptist Student Union, 1, 2, 3, 4. KENNETH SMITH MANUEL Newberry BS in Sanitary Science Health Club, secretary-treasurer 4; Magnolia Hall, athletic chairman 3. MARY ANN MARTIN Arcadia BA in Education Chi Omega Village Vamps, 3, 4; Westminster House, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America, 3. 4; Transferred from Wesleyan College, 1954. CORINNE CAROL MASON St. Petersburg BS in Elementary Education Alpha Xi Delta Alpha Xi Delta, chaplain 4; Future Teachers of America, 3, 4; Association of Childhood Education, 4; Baptist Student Union, 1, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES COLUMBUS MATTHEWS Westville BS in Education Alpha Council; Baptist Student Union, 1, 2, 3. 4; Scholar- ship Club, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America, 2, 3, 4; Circus, 2, 3, 4. BOTTOM ROW ELIZABETH O. E. MAXWELL Berlin, Germany BS in Elementary Education SHIRLEY MEYER Lake Wales BA in Education Baptist Student Union; Scholarship Club, 1; Junior Council. BARBARA JEAN MILLER Bonifay BS in Elementary Education Future Teachers of America, 3, 4; Marching Chiefs, 2. MARGARET LOIS MILLER Marianna BS in Education Delta Zeta Future Teachers of America, 4; Scholarship Club, 1, 4; Flambeau, feature editor, 4. NANCY ANN MITCHELL St. Petersburg BS in Elementary Education Future Teachers of America, 1, 2; Newman Club, 3, 4; WFSU, 3; Transferred from St. Petersburg Junior Col- lege, 1954. IVA LEAH MONIES Wauchula BS in Elementary Education Alpha Gamma Delta University Recreation Association, 2; Circus, 1. Page 76 i J 56 JEAN PALMER MORGAN Miami BS in Elementary Education Kappa Alpha Theta Future Teachers of America, 1, 2, 3, 4: Sophomore Council; Junior Coun- selor; Village Vamps, 1, 2, 3, 4; Judiciary, 3, 4. PEGGY GAIL MORROW Lakeland BS in Education Baptist Student Union; Future Teachers of America, 3, 4. ANN FUTCH McCLURE Dade City BS in Education Chi Omega Chi Omega, rush chairman 3; Future Teachers of America, treasurer 1, 2, 3, 4; Association of Childhood Education, 3, 4; Baptist Student Union, summer president 3; Honor Court, 3, clerk 4. DERWYN FRANK McELROY Panama City BS in Secondary Education PJii Kappa Tau Phi Kappa Tau, vice-president 3; Phi Alpha Theta. JOE ANN McINTOSH Graceville BS in Physical Education Physical Education Association, 2, 3, 4; Baptist Student Union, 1, 2, 3, 4; AAHPER, 2, 3, 4; Scholarship Club, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America, 4. LAURA NELL McLEOD Greenville BS in Education Pi Omega Pi, president 4; Sophomore Council; Vice-president, East Landis Hall, 4. MARY E. McLEOD Jasper BS in Education Westminster Fellowship, 1, 2, 3; Association of Childhood Education, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America, 1; Soltas, secretary; Choral Union. AGNES NASRALLAH Jacksonville BS in Education Women ' s Glee Club, 1; Future Teachers of America, 1, 2, 3, 4; Association of Childhood Education, 1, 2, 3; Sandspur, 1. BETTY JEAN NICHOLS Jacksonville BS in Secondary Education Alpha Lambda Delta; Kappa Delta Pi, 4; Sigma Tau Delta, 3, 4; Epsilon Chi, 3, 4; Baptist Student Union, 1, 2, 3, 4; University Religious Council, 3; Mortar Board, 3, 4. ALICE JANE NOLAND Tampa BS in Education Future Teachers of America, 3, 4; Association of Childhood Education, 4; Baptist Student Union; Transferred from Carson-Newman. JAMES J. OLER Economy, Indiana BS in Education Alpha Tau Omega Varsity Basketball team. KATHERINE PANOS Jacksonville BA in Education Los Picaros, 1, 2, 3, 4, secretary 3; Gymnastica, 3, 4; Newman Clu b, 2, 3, 4; Gymkana, 2, 3, 4; Sandspur, 3. nineteen SYLVIA ANN PARRISH Orlando BS in Education Pi Beta Phi Association of Childhood Education, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Council; Flambeau. 1, 2; Junior Marshal, 3. VIRGINIA LEE PECK Miami BS in Education Women ' s " F " Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Physical Education Association, 1, 2, 3, 4; AAHPER, vice-president 3. DIANA PEREZ Tampa BS in Education Los Picaros, 2, 3, 4; Baptist Student Union, 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America, 3. ELIZABETH PITTS Blountstown BS in Education Future Teachers of America, 1; 4-H Club, 1, 2; State Scholarship Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Baptist Student Union. DONALD GARY POWELL Birmingham, Ala. BS in Physical Education Alpha Tau Omega Alpha Council; Men ' s " F " Club; Varsity Football team, 1, 2, 3 , co-captain 4. JANE MARSHALL PUTNAM Orlando BA in Elementary Education Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta chaplain, 4; Kappa Delta Pi, 3, 4; Association of Child- hood Education, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Flunkies; WFSU, 1; Tally-Ho staff, 2; Fashion Institute, 4. SUSAN GRACE QUARTERMAN Jacksonville BS in Special Education Phi Mu Phi Mu, rush chairman 4; Epsilon Chi, 4; Choral Union, 3; Wesley Founda- tion, 2, 3, 4. CAROLYN REDFERN Tallahassee BS in Education Alpha Chi Omega Alpha Chi Omega, song chairman 2, second vice-president 3, first vice- president 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4; Epsilon Chi, vice-president 3, 4; Future Teachers of America; Association of Childhood Education; Scholarship Club, 2, 3, 4; Traffic Court, 3, chairman 4; University Singers, 1, 2; North Cawthon Hall, social chairman; Summer Council, secretary 3. JANET H. REED Ft. Pierce BS in Education Delta Zeta Future Teachers of America, 4; Garnet Key, 2, 3, 4; AAHPER, 1, 2, 3, 4, secretary 2; Physical Education Association 1, 2, 3, 4; " F " Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, secretary 2; Junior Counselor; WFSU, 1; Sophomore Council; Gilchrist Hall, vice-president 2; Bryan Hall, vice-president 3. NANCY WARNER REINHARD Tampa BS in Elementary Education Kappa Delta Circus, 1, 2, 3; Cheerleader, 1, 2; Village Vamps, 1, 2, 3, 4; Military Ball Court, 3. LaQUITA JOY RENFROE Ormond Beach BS in Education Zeta Tau Alpha Landis Hall, social chairman 3; Transferred from Stephens College, 1954. ROSE ELLEN RILEA Ocala BS in Secondary Education Alpha Omicron Pi Women ' s " F " Club, 2, 3, 4; Physical Education Association, 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America, 4; Women ' s Division, University Recreation Association, 3, president 4; AAHPER, 1, 2, 3, 4. lift y six senior class TOP ROW THOMAS IAN ROBERTSON Jacksonville BS in Education Kappa Sigma MARY KATHERINE RODDENBERRY Sopchoppy BS in Elementary Education Gamma Phi Beta Future Teachers of America, 4; Association of Child- hood Education, 4. ALICE CAROL RODGERS Miami BS in Elementary Education Alpha Delta Pi Alpha Delta Pi corresponding secretary, 3, 4; Cotillion president, 4; Future Teachers of America; Association of Childhood Education; Freshman Flunkies; Baptist Stu- dent Union; Tally-Ho staff, 3. JUNE ANN RODGERS Arcadia BS in Elementary Education Junior Counselor; Future Teachers of America, 2, 3, 4; Baptist Student Union; Epsilon Chi, 3, 4. BETTY ANN SCHERER Molino BS in Education Alpha Delta Pi Future Teachers of America, 3, 4; Warpath Club, 3, 4. LUANNE SHAFER Lakeland BS in Education Alpha Xi Delta Alpha Xi Delta, social chairman 3, president 4; Wesley Foundation, Future Teachers of America, 4. BOTTOM ROW MARY MARTHA SHAW St. Petersburg BS in Elementary Education Pi Beta Phi Future Teachers of America; Flambeau staff, 3, 4; Tally- Ho staff, 3, 4; Transferred from Wesleyan College, 1954. MARILYN WILHELMINA SHEFFIELD Mango BS in Elementary Education CORRIE ELIZABETH SIMMONS Orlando BS in Elementary Education Delta Zeta Delta Zeta, vice-president 3; Kappa Delta Pi, 3, 4; Alpha Lambda Delta; Future Teachers of America, 4; Disciple Student Fellowship; Sophomore Council. GLORIA LOUISE SIMMONS Westville BS in Elementary Education RAMONA GLORIA SIMMONS Ft. Walton Beach BS in Elementary and Early Childhood Education Future Teachers of America, 4; Association of Childhood Education, 2, 3, 4, publicity chairman 3; Epsilon Chi, 4; Marching Chiefs, 1, 2; Junior Counselor. PHILLIP BROOKS SLATON Eustis BS in Physical Education Delta Tau Delta Alpha Council: AAHPER, 3, 4; Varsity Volleyball team, 1, 2, 3, 4, captain 3, All-American 3, Outstanding player in the Nation, NCAA Tournament, Norman, Oklahoma. Page 79 TOP ROW JANE V. SMITH Haines City BS in Elementary Education Zeta Tau Alpha Zeta Tau Alpha, soeial chairman 3; National Recre- ation Society. SHIRLEY JEANINE SMITH Jacksonville BS in Elementary Education Future Teachers of America, 4; Epsilon Chi, 4; Gra-Y, 3, 4; Student Christian Association, 3, 4. MARTHA IRELL SMOTHERS Sebring BS in Secondary Education Kappa Delta Pi, 3, 4; Sigma Pi Sigma, 3, 4; Baptist Student Union; Future Teachers or America, 1, 2, 3, 4; Day Students Organization, 1, 2, 3, 4; Mathematics Club, 1. 2, 3, 4; State Scholarship Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. GINGER SPARKS Ft. Myers BS in Education American Recreation Association, secretary 2, social chairman 3, 4; Epsilon Chi; Art Interest Club, reporter, 3, 4; Gymkana, 2; Sandspur, 2; Chairman of transfer counselors. MARY CAROLYN SPENCE Nicevillc BS in Elementary and Early Childhood Education Epsilon Chi, 4; Future Teachers of America; Association of Childhood Education; Wesley Foundation. MARILYN LUCILLE SQUIER St. Petersburg BS in Kdin i i hi Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Gamma Delta, house president 4; Future Teach- ers of America, 3, 4; Association of Childhood Educa- tion, 3, 4; Westminster Fellowship, 4; Transferred from Stetson University. BOTTOM ROW LAURA J. STABLER Atmore, Ala. BS in Education Epsilon Chi; Future Teachers of America; Association of Childhood Education; Scholarship Club, Wesley Foundation; North Cawthon Hall, house council 4; Transferred from Pensaeola Junior College, 1954. PEGGY ESTALENE STALL Tampa BS in Elementary Education Future Teachers of America, 2, 3, 4; Association of Childhood Education, 2, 3, 4. CAROLYN LOUISE STEPHENS Panama City BS in Elementary Education Alpha Delta Pi Future Teachers of America, 1, 2, 3, 4; State Scholar- ship Club, 3, 4; Warpath Club, 3, 4; Dean ' s List, 3. MARY LEONARD STEWART Tallahassee BS in Elementary Education Day Student ' s Organization, f, 2, 3, 4, vice-president 3. CONNIE LEE STUART Jacksonville BS in Physical Education Gamma Phi Beta Physical Education Association; AAHPER, president, 4; Sophomore Council; Women ' s " F " Club; Bryan Hall, vice-president I; Honor Committee, I, 2. JOAN ELIZABETH TAVEL Orlando BS in Secondary Education Pi Beta Phi Pi Beta Phi, president 4; Mortar Board, secretary 4; Garnet Key, 2, 3, 4; Village Vamps, 1, 2, 3, 4; Soph- omore Council; Biology Club, 3, 4; Secretary of Fresh- man Class; University Senate, 2; Women ' s vice-presi- dent 3; secretary of Senior Class, 4; Dean ' s List, 1, 2, 3. h scnoo 1 o f education Page 80 nineteen f if t y SIX TOP ROW ENID GAINES TAYLOR Minis BS in Early Childhood and Elementary Education Gamma Phi Beta Gamma Phi Beta, secretary 4; Association of Childhood Education, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America, 4; Bap- tist Student Union, 1, 2, 3, 4; Choral Union, 3. JOHN TALMADGE TAYLOR Cottondale BS in Secondary Education BETTY ANNE THEOBALD Miami BS in Education Tarpon Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Women ' s " F " Club, 3. 4. JAMES MILTON THOMAS Tampa BS in Education Kappa Sigma Kappa Sigma, secretary 3; Phi Sigma, 4; Future Teach- ers of America, 3, 4; Scholarship Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. CAROLYN ALICE TROWBRIDGE Largo BS in Elementary Education and Recreation Future Teachers of America, 3, 4; Women ' s " F " Club. 3, 4; Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, 3, 4. EUGENE ANTHONY TURANO Miami BS in Elementary Education Pi Kappa Alpha Pi Kappa Alpha, vice-president 3, secretary 4; Canter- bury Club, 3, 4; WFSU, 1, 2; Recreation Committee and Social Planning Board, summer 2: University Senate. o BOTTOM ROW CYNTHIA ANN VANCE Hamilton, Ohio BS in Elementary Education Kappa Alpha Theta Kappa Alpha Theta, co-rush chairman 3, courtesy chair- man 4; Future Teachers of America, 3, 4; Association of Childhood Education, 4; Epsilon Chi, 4; Freshman Flunkies, co-chairman 1; Warpath Club, 3, 4; State Party, 3, 4. MARJORIE ELINOR VANN Tallahassee BS in Health Education Alpha Xi Delta Alpha Xi Delta, marshal 4; Health Club, secretary - treasurer 3, vice-president 4; Student Christian Asso- ciation, 2, 3, 4. CHARLOTTE FRANCES VENABLE Rustburg, Virginia BA in Recreation Education Baptist Student Union, 3, 4; Recreation Society, 3, 4, president, 3; North Cawthon Hall, floor chairman 3; Transferred from Mars Hill Junior College, 1954. BARBARA ANN VICKERS Ft. Pierce BS in Education Gymnastica, 3, 4, historian 3, president 4; Sophomor? Council; Future Teachers of America, 3, 4; Gymkana, 1, 2, 3, 4; Sandspur, 1, 2, 3. JOSEPH JAMES VICTORIA St. Petersburg BS in Art Education Marching Chiefs, 3; Art Interest Club, 3, 4; Newman Club, 3, 4: Transferred from St. Petersburg Junior Col- lege, 1954. ESTHER E. VOORHEES Bradenton BA in Elementary Education Gamma Delta; Flambeau staff. ff , m 11 i p | Page 81 senior ■ iifciltfffrlftri CLAUDIA I. WALKER Tampa BS in Education Women ' s " F " Club, 2, 3, 4, president 4; Physical Education Association, 1, 2, 3, 4; AAHPER, 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Counselor. DOROTHY JANE WALKER West Palm Beach BS in Education Kappa Alpha Tlwta Kappa Alpha Theta house chairman, 4; Future Teachers of America, 4; Scholarship Club, 3. 1: Circus, I, Tarpon Club, 3, president I; Smoke Signals, 1. FRED A. C. WALTER Lake Worth BS in Industrial Arts Education Industrial Arts Club, treasurer 2, 3, 4. DORIS MAY WARDLAW Miami BS in Elementary Education Future Teachers of America, 3, 4; Baptist Student Union, 3, 4; Association for Childhood Education, 4; Scholarship Club, 3, 4; Choral Union, 3; State Party Representative, 3; Junior Counselor, 4; Transferred from Mars Hill Baptist Junior College, 1954. HUGH W. WATSON Crestview BS in Secondary Education MARION ALICE WEAVER Boynton Beach BS in Education Alpha Chi Omega Alpha Chi Omega, activities chairman 1, 2, president 3, scholarship chair- man 4; Future Teachers of America, 3, 4; Theater Dance Group, 1, 2; (sli- foundation, 3, I. EVELYN LORRIER WEGMAN St. Petersburg BS in Education Future Teachers of America, 2, 3, 4; Canterbury Club, 1, 2. ELLEN YVONNE WEIDMAN St. Petersburg BS in Education Pi Omega Pi, 3, treasurer 4; Future Teachers of America, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation, 3, 4; University Singers, 3; Transferred from St. Petersburg Junior College, 1954. RUTH J. WELCH Marianna BS in Elementary Education CAROL ANN WELLS Jacksonville BS in Elementary Education Alpha Chi Omega Alpha Chi Omega, treasurer 3, president 4; Kappa Delta Pi, 3, 4; Garnet Key; Westminster Fellowship, 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Counselor; North Cawthon Hall, social chairman 3; Future Teachers of America, 3, 4; Scholarship Club, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Flunkies; Junior Executive Council. RICHARD GILBERT WELLS Akron, Ohio BS in Industrial Recreation Phi Delta Theta Florida State Recreation Society, 1, 2, president 4; Varsity Swimming team, captain 3, 4. PAUL F. WERNKE Balesville, Ind. BS in Physical Education Men ' s " F " Club, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Baseball team, 1, 2, 4; Varsity Basketball team, 1, 2, 3, 4; captain 3. v3 TOP ROW PENCIE WINDSOR WESTER Grand Ridge BS in Elementary Education DALE APPLING WETMORE Tallahassee BA in Secondary Education PAUL MICHAEL WHITE Tampa BS in Trade and Industrial Education Transferred from University of Tampa, 1954. BARBARA JEAN WILF West Palm Beach BS in Elementary Education Future Teachers of America, 4; Art Interest Club, 3; Scholarship Club, 4; Florida Hall, floor chairman 3. BETTY SUE WILLIAMS Cross City BS in Education American Recreation Association, treasurer 3, social director 4; Landis Hall, social committee 3, vice-presi- dent 4. BOTTOM ROW LMOGENE WILLIAMS Jasper BS in Elementary Education Delta Gamma Delta Gamma, projects chairman 3, secretary 4; Future Teachers of America, 3, 4; Baptist Student Union, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Flunkies; Freshman Orientation Committee; Sophomore Council; Junior Counselor; Bryan Hall, social chairman. JANICE SOUTHERLAND WILLIAMS Lakeland BS in Education Pi Beta Phi Pi Beta Phi, historian 1, 2, recording secretary 3; Kappa Delta Pi, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America; Association of Childhood Education; Baptist Student Union; Fresh- man Flunkies. JESS EARL WILSON Barnesville, Ga. Trade and Industrial Education Transferred from Tulane University, 1954. DIANA GOFF WINDHAM Live Oak BA in Elementary Education Delta Zeta Baptist Student Union, 1, 2, 3; Transferred from Uni- versity of Florida, 1955. ESTHER ANN WINKELHAKE Ft. Lauderdale BS in Elementary Education Future Teachers of America, 3; Wesley Foundation, 1, 4; Sophomore Council; Junior Counselor; Bryan Hall, floor chairman 1. 1 ciass ' 5 6 Page 83 © senior 1 a s s of ' 5 6 TOP ROW ANNE JEANNINE WINTER Jacksonville BS in Secondary Education Alpha Xi Delta Alpha Xi Delta, activities chairman 1, 2, 3, 4; Univer- sity Recreation Association, secretary and treasurer 2, vice-president 3, president 4; Tarpon Club, 3, 4; Wo- men ' s " F " Club, 2, 3, 4; Physical Education Association, 1, 2, 3, 4, vice-president 2; AAHPER, 1, 2, 3, 4, secre- tary and treasurer 3. HILDA WINTERSDORF Yalaha BS in Elementary Education EDITH LEVERING WITTY St. Petersburg BS in Elementary Education Future Teachers of America; Westminster Fellowship. BOTTOM ROW PATRICIA EMMETT WOMACK West Palm Beach BS in Elementary Education Alpha Gamma Delta Association of Childhood Education; Gymkana, 2; Circus, L MARGARET ELLEN WOOTEN Largo BA in Education Phi Mu SANDRA JANE ZEVIN Panama City BS in Elementary Education Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Gamma Delta, treasurer 4; Circus, 1; Transferred from Maryland University, Munich, Germany, 1954. Page 84 i school of music DR. KARL 0. KUERSTEINER Dean Dean Dr. Karl O. Kuersteiner Assistant Dean Mr. Owen F. Sellers Professors Dr. Warren D. Allen Dr. Irvin Cooper Mr. Edward Kilenyi Dr. Ernst von Dohnanyi Mr. Manley R. Whitcomb Dr. Wiley L. Housewright Associate Professors Mrs. Ramona C. Beard Dr. Robert L. Briggs Dr. Howard S. Wilson Mr. Walter S. James Miss Mary E. Winslow Dr. Elmer P. Magnell Mr. Thomas Wright Mr. Owen F. Sellers Mr. Franeiszek Zachara Assistant Professors Mr. John Boda Mr. Robert T. Braunagel Mr. Louis V. Pankaskie Mr. Eugene Crabb Miss Mary Reeder Mr. William F. Cramer Mr. Lee Rigsby Mr. Carlisle S. Floyd Mr. Harry Schmidt Miss Betty Jane Grimm Miss Lois L. Sehnoor Mr. Herman Gunter, Jr. Mr. Robert Sedore Mr. Donald E. Michel Mr. Joseph A. White Instructors Mr. Bertil H. Boer Mr. Robert E. Glotzbach Miss E. Rebecca Rodenberg Miss Nancy Fowler Through a well-developed program of education, the Florida State Uni- versity School of Music offers to students on campus broad and varied courses centered on active participa- tion in the creation and performance of music. Instruction through classes and pri- vate lessons are offered by faculty members of national and international renown. More than 150 musical programs are presented each year. These varied programs include concerts given by music organizations, operettas, and faculty and student recitals. The School of Music is fully ac- credited by the National Association of Schools of Music to award master ' s degrees in Applied Music, Theory, Composition, and Music Education. STAFF: First row, left to right, Kilenyi, Winslow, Kaup, Fowler, Rodenberg, Beard, Reeder, Sehnoor, James. Second row, Rigsby, Boda, Magnell, Pankaskie, Michel, Briggs, Boer, Wright, Spratt, Gunter. Third row, Schmidt, Sedore, Braunagel, White, Housewright, Floyd, Cramer, Glotzbach, Wilson, Crabb. Page 85 senior class 1 TOP ROW SUE E. ALLEN Miami Bachelor of Music Education Alpha Omicron Pi Alpha Omicron Pi, treasurer-secretary; Sigma Alpha Iota; Tan Beta Sigma, vice-president; Freshman Flunkies; Junior Counselor; Music Educator ' s National Conference, 3, 4; Baptist Student Union; Symphonic Band; Circus Band; Marching Chiefs, drill leader; University Sym- phony, 2, 4; Women ' s Glee Club, 3, 4; Choral Union. JAMES HARRIS ATKINSON Daytona Beach Bachelor of Music Education Phi Mu Alpha, 3, 4; Light Opera Guild, 1, 2, 3, 4; Choral Union, 2, 3; University Singers, 2, 3, 4; Dra- matic Productions, 2. DAWN MARIE BISHOP Sanford Bachelor of Music Education Sigma Alpha Iota, 2, 3, 4, vice-president, 4; Tau Beta Sigma, secretary, 4; Marching Chiefs, 1, 2, 3, 4; Sym- phonic Band, 1, 2, 3, 4; Circus Band, 1, 2, 3; Florida State Symphony 2, 3; University Symphony, 2, 3, 4. JANET FAYE BIVEN Jacksonville Bachelor of Music Education Sigma Alpha Iota, treasurer 4; Women ' s Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Baptist Student Union; Junior Counselor. FRANCES ANITA BRUNSON Jacksonville Bachelor of Music Education Alpha Xi Delta Alpha Xi Delta, corresponding secretary 4; Alpha Lamb- da Delta; Sigma Alpha Iota, 2, 3, 4; Symphonic Band, 1, 2, 3, 4; University Symphony, 1, 2, 3, 4; Marching Chiefs, 1, 2, 3 4; Women ' s Glee Club, 3. EDWIN BENNET CARGILL Eufaula, Ala. Bachelor of Music Education University Singers, 1, 2, 3; Marching Chiefs, 1, 2, 3, 4; Baptise Student Union. BOTTOM ROW HILDA RAE CATON Pensaeola BA in Applied Music Choral Union, 1, 2, 3, 4. GWYNETH ANNE COOPER Tallahassee Bachelor of Music Education Sigma Alpha Iota, 3, 4, pledge scholastic award 3; Music Educator ' s National Conference, 3, 4; Light Opera Guild, 1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Council; University Singers, 1; Choral Union, 3; Women ' s Glee Club, 3, 4. ' SHIRLEY L OHMAINE DALLAS Winter Park Bachelor of Music Education Alpha Chi Omega Women ' s Glee Club, 1,2, 3, 4; Choral Union, 1, 2, 3, 4; University Singers, 1, 2, 3, 4; Music Educators National Conference, 3, 4, vice-president 3; Junior Class Social Chairman; Light Opera Guild, 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Honor Court; Vice-president South Cawthon Hall; Junior Counselor. WILLIAM LORIMER DALRYMPLE Oneco Bachelor of Music Education Phi Mu Alpha, treasurer 2; Light Opera Guild, 2, 3, 4; Choral Union, 1, 2, 3, 4; University Singers, 2, 3, 4; Male Chorus, 1, 2, 3, 4; Music Educators National Conference, 4. MEREDITH ANN DAWSON St. Petersburg Bachelor of Music Education Sigma Alpha Iota, 3, 4; Pi Kappa Lambda, 4; Trans- ferred from St. Petersburg Junior College, 1953. MARY JO FAIN Quincy Bachelor of Music Education Tau Beta Sigma, 3, 4; Baptist Student Union; Tarpon Club, 3, 4; Music Educators National Conference, sec- retary, 3; Marching Chiefs, 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Glee Club, 4; Choral Union, 1, 2. Page 86 I TOP ROW MURIEL WARD FIELDING Ocala Rachelor of Music Education Kappa Sigma Phi Mu Alpha. CANDACE JONES Clearwater Bachelor of Music Education Sigma Alpha Iota; University Singers; Choral Union; Music Educators National Conference. ELLEN SNOW FRANK St. Petersburg Bachelor of Music Education Sigma Alpha Iota, 2 3, 4, president 4; Garnet Key, 3, 4; Mortar Board, 4; Alpha Lambda Delta, 1; Sophomore Council; Light Opera Guild, 1, 2, 3; University Singers, 1, 2, 4; University Symphony, 1; Choral Union, 1, 3; Pi Kappa Lambda, 3, 4; Sandspur production orchestra, 1; Music Educators National Conference. CAROLYN LOVE GLENN Miami Bachelor of Music Education Delta Zeta Music Educators National Conference, 1, 2, 3, 4, Choral Union, vice-president 2, secretary-treasurer 3; Light Opera Guild, 2, 3, 4. SHIRLEY MAE HAMBLIN St. Petersburg Bachelor of Music Education Delta Gamma Delta Gamma, vice-president; Sophomore Council; Wes- ley Foundation, 1, 2, 3, 4; Symphonic Band, 1, 2, 3, 4; Marching Chiefs, 1, 2, 3, 4; Choral Union, 1. ROBERT HOMER LESLIE JR. Tallahassee BM in Piano Phi Mu Alpha, president 2; Choral Union, 1; Westmin- ster Fellowship, 1, 2, 4; Transferred from Universitv of Texas, 1954. BOTTOM ROW WAYNE E. LEWIS Bradenton Bachelor of Music Education Phi Mu Alpha; Kappa Kappa Psi; Marching Chiefs; Circus Band; Symphonic Band. THOMAS E. GREENHAW Columbus Bachelor of Music Education Phi Mu Alpha; Kappa Kappa Psi; Symphonic Band; Circus Band; Commodores; Marching Chiefs; Lab Band; Collegians. PHYLLIS ANN KEENE Tampa Bachelor of Music Education Association of Childhood Education, 3, 4; Sigma Alpha Iota, 2, 3, 4; State Scholarship Club; Music Educators National Conference; Wesley Foundation; Wesley Sing- ers; Women ' s Glee Club; University Singers, 1; Choral Union, 3; Junior Counselor; Dean ' s List, 1, 2, 3, 4. ALLIE JANE McCOY Perry Bachelor of Music Education Delta Zeta Sigma Alpha Iota; University Singers; Choral Union. DELORES ANITA LANE Wabasso Bachelor of Music Education Sigma Alpha Iota; Tan Beta Sigma, 3, 4; Baptist Stu- dent Union; Junior Counselor; Circus Band; Marching Chiefs, 2, 3, 4; University Symphony, 2; Music Edu- cators National Conference, 2, 3, 4. JUDITY ANNE NAFTULIN Neptune Beach Bachelor of Music Education Music Educators National Conference, 4; Hillel; Interna- tional Student ' s Club, 4; Future Teachers of America, 3, 4; Transferred from Brandeis University, 1954. nineteen fifty six Page 87 TOP ROW BOTTOM ROW CATHERINE BATTLES NELSON Bainbridge, Ga. Bachelor of Music Education Baptist Student Union, 2; Light Opera Guild, 3; Chora! Union, 2, 3; Women ' s Glee Club, 3, 4; Transferred from Shorter College, 1952. JOANNE T. FOE Oklahoma City, Okla. Bachelor of Music Education Delta Delta Delta Sigma Alpha Iota, 2, 3, 4; Pi Kappa Lambda, 4; Junior Counselor; Westminster Fellowship. KENNETH WARREN NELSON Pensacola Bachelor of Music Education Phi Kappa Tail Phi Kappa Tau, vice-president 3; Choral Union, 1, 2, 3; Collegians, 1, 2; Light Opera Guild, 1, 3; Sandspur, 1. HARRIET ELIZABETH RAMSEY Blountstown Bachelor of Music Education Delta Zeta Alpha Lambda Delta; Music Educators National Con- ference; Kappa Delta Pi; Sophomore Council; Sigma Alpha Iota, 2, 3, 4; Pi Kappa Lambda, 3, 4; Baptist S tudent Union; University Singers, 2, 3; Women ' s Glee Club, 1, 4; Chairman of Judiciary, 3; President of North Cawthon Hall, 4. NANCY LEE NELSON Tallahassee Bachelor of Music Education Sigma Alpha Iota, 4; Women ' s Glee Club; Choral Union; Future Teachers of America; Music Educators National Conference. ROBERT LESLIE RAULERSON Okeechobee Bachelor of Music Education Delta Tau Delta Delta Tau Delta vice-president, 4; Kappa Kappa Psi vice- president, 4; Marching Chiefs, 1, 2, 3; Collegians, 2, 3. CAROLE ANN NYDEGGER Tampa Bachelor of Music Education Delta Zeta Delta Zeta treasurer, 3, corresponding secretary 4; Sigma Alpha Iota; School of Music vice-president, 3; Women ' s Glee Club, 3, 4; University Singers. BARBARA JEAN SCANLON Panama City Bachelor of Music Education Newman Club; University Singers, 2, 3, 4; Music Edu- cators National Conference, 3, 4; Transferred from University of Kansas, 1953. ROBERT LEWIS PARRISH Pensacola Bachelor of Music Education Phi Mu Alpha president, 3; Light Opera Guild; Univer- sity Singers; Choral Union; Music Educators National Conference, 2, 3, 4. MARTHA REPPARD SLAYDEN Brooksvillc Bachelor of Music Education Chi Omega Sigma Alpha Iota; Village Vamps; Westminster Fellow- ship; Choral Union, 4; Freshmen Flunkies; Light Opera Guild, 1, 3, 4; Women ' s Glee Club, 3; Circus, 1; Uni- versity Singers, 2, secretary, 3, 4. WILLIAM JULIAN PHARRIS Columbus, Ga. Bachelor of Music Education Lambda Chi Aljtha Kappa Kappa Psi; Phi Mu Alpha; Symphonic Band; Marching Chiefs; Circus Band. LORENA CLAUDIA SMITH Tampa Bachelor of Music Education Sigma Alpha Iota; Light Opera Guild, 1, 2, 3; State Scholarship Club; Wesley Foundation; University Sing- ers, 1, 2, 3, 4; Choral Union, 1, 2, 3. Page 88 senior i i class nineteen fifty six RICHARD N. THIERRY Sarasota Bachelor of Music Education Kappa Alpha Phi Mu Alpha, 2, 3, president 4; Newman Club, 3, 4; Marching Chiefs, 2, 3, 4; Circus Band. WILTON RAY TURNER Bowling Green Bachelor of Music Education Pi Kappa Alpha Pi Kappa Alpha treasurer, 2; Phi Mu Alpha; Kappa Kappa Psi; State Scholarship Club; Music Educators National Conference; Baptist Student Union; Marching Chiefs; Concert Band; University Singers; Symphonic Band; Circus Band. THOMASSINA WELLS Bunnell Bachelor of Music Education Marching Chiefs, 1, 2, 3; Choral Union, 3; Music Educators National Conference, 2, 4: Florida State Music Teachers Association, 2. MARTHA KAY WILLIS Oklawaha Bachelor of Music Education Sigma Alpha Iota; Choral Union; Women ' s Glee Club; Light Opera Guild; University Singers. ROBERT BUSHA WRIGHT Newnan, Ga. Bachelor of Music Education Kappa Sigma Phi Mu Alpha; Kappa Kappa Psi; Marching Chiefs, 3, 4; University Sym- phony, 3; State Symphony, 3, 4; Choral Union, 4; Transferred from Geor- gia State Teachers College, 1954. FRANK JOSEPH VALDES Tampa Bachelor of Music Education Pi Kappa Phi Kappa Kappa Psi; Phi Mu Alpha; Marching Chiefs; Circus Band; Sym- phonic Band. Page 89 school of publi DR. WILSON K. DOYLE Dean The School of Public Administra- tion, by reason of its location, program and staff, is able to offer unusual ad- vantages to students interested in this field. The only school of government in the South, Florida State ' s Public Ad- ministration department includes in its program more than fifty courses on the graduate and undergraduate level. Among these offerings are courses designed to bring federal, state, and local government officials right into the classroom. The development of an extensive internship program enables students to obtain actual experience by intern- ing in one of Florida ' s governmental departments. administration Dean _ Dr. Wilson K. Doyle Associate professors Dr. James A. Norton Dr. Malcolm B. Parsons Dr. Odell Waldby Dr. W. V. Holloway Assistant Professor Miss Juanita Gibson Instructors ___Mr. Penrose B. Jackson Mr. Ernest E. Means Mr. Murdock Martin FACULTY: Left to right, Dr. W. V. Holloway, Dr. H. O. Waldby, Mr. Murdock Martin, Dr. James A. Norton, Dr. Wilson K. Doyle, Mr. P. B. Jackson, Dr. J. E. Swanson, Mr. E. E. Means, Miss Juanita Gibson. Page 90 TOP ROW Gymkana EUGENE BROCKENBROUGH JR. Gainesville BS in Public Administration Lambda Chi Alpha JEROME FRANCIS BYRNES Pensacola BS in Public Administration JOE ROY COATES Sarasota BS in Public Administration American Society Public Administration, 3, 4, president 4. JERRY C. CONNELL Pensacola BS in Public Administration Lambda Chi Alpha Lambda Chi Alpha house manager, 3, 4; Scabbard and Blade, 3, 4; Pershing Rifles, 1, 2, 3, 4; University Singers, 1, 2, 3, 4; Choral Union, 2, 3; Light Opera Cuild, 2, 3, 4; Sandspur, 1. JOHN MAXWELL CRICHTON Quincy BS in Public Administration HARRY ALBERT EIELSON, JR. Ft. Lauderdale BS in Public Administration Sigma Phi Epsilon Sigma Phi Epsilon historian, 4, house manager; American Society for Public Administration, 3, 4, secretary-treasurer, 3, 4; Gamma Delta, 1. 2, vice-president 2; Flambeau staff, 1. senior class 1 BOTTOM ROW CHARLES EUGENE GIBSON Tallahassee BS in Public Administration JAMES E. JOANOS Tallahassee BS in Public Administration Sigma Chi Sigma Chi Pledge trainer, 3, rush chairman 2, historian 3, president 4; Omicron Delta Kappa, president; Gold Key, Alpha Council; Pi Sigma Alpha, 4; Pi Alpha Sigma, 2, 3, 4; Intelligent Faith Week, president; Inter-fraternity Council vice - president, 4; Arnold Air Society, 3, 4; Freshman class president; Senator, 2, 3; Vice-president of the student body 4; Student Party chairman 3; Flambeau, sports editor 3. KARL GUNTHER LOEVENICH Orlando BS in Public Administration Theta Chi Transferred from Florida Southern College. ROBERT CARL STUKE West Palm Beach BS in Public Administration Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Alpha Epsilon historian, 3; Arnold Air Society, 3, 4; Bit and Spur, 2; Varsity Swimming team, 1, 2, 3; Florida AAU diving champion, 1953. JOHN WILLIAM TIPPIN Vero Beach BS in Public Administration Lambda Chi Alpha Lambda Chi Alpha pledge trainer, 4; Gamma Delta, 1, 2, 3, 4; transferred from Valparaiso University, 1953. THOMAS FINLEY WOODS Miccosukee BS in Public Administration Theta Chi Theta Chi secretary, 2; Omicron Delta Kappa, 4; Tau Kappa Alpha, 2, 3, 4, president 4; Pi Alpha Sigma, 2, 3, 4; Gold Key, 2, 3, 4, secretary 4; American Society for Public Administration, 2, 3; Chairman Men ' s Judici- ary, 2. Attorney General, 4. Tally-Ho, 2, 3, Senior editor 2, Editor in Chief 3; Varsity Debate team, 1, 2, 3, 4, captain, 3. . ' 56 Page 91 m - COLONEL PHILIP S. GREENE, U.S.A. Commanding Officer R.O.T.C. ARMY R.O.T.C. Department of Military Science and Tactics STAFF Professor MS h T . -Col Philip S. Greene Asst. Prof. MS ir T— Capt. Malcolm K. Lewis Capt. Charles F. Greer Instructor MS ir T -M Sgt. Bramwell Ackerman Sfe. J. L. Kennedy Sfc. Royce Martin Sfe. Hubert A. Stewart At FSU the Reserve Officers Training Corps has grown steadily since World War II. The Basic Course is required of all able-bodied male, non- veteran students and consists of two years of fundamental military work in the classroom and on the drill field. The sec- ond year of the Basic Course is devoted to the study of different branch subjects. The Advanced Course is entered voluntarily after a student has completed the basic course or has earned equivalent credit at other institutions or in the Armed Forces. Selection of stu- dents for advanced training is based on scholastic standing, leadership potential, and physical fitness. Upon successful completion of the Advanced Course, students receive a commission in the Officers Reserve Corps. Outstand- ing students are designated as Distinguished Military Students, and may, upon graduation, be offered a commission in the Regular Army. STAFF: Left to right, Sfc. Hubert Stewart, Sfc. J. L. Kennedy, Captain Charles F. Greer, M Sgt. Bramwell Ackerman, Colonel Greene, Captain Malcolm K. Lewis, Sfc. Royce Martin. A.F.R.O.T.C AIR FORCE R. O. T. C. Department of Air Science and Tactics STAFF Professor AS ir T —Col. Howard J. Withycombe Asst. Prof. AS i? T. Lt. Col. Byron B. Karr Asst. Prof. AS-l .Capt Thomas W. Deering Asst. Prof. AS- b III ..Capt. Paul Suttle Adjutant Instructor— Capt. J. Rex Henry Asst. Prof. AS-l b- IV ... .. Capt. Fred W. Cannon Asst. Prof. AS-I .. 1st. Lt. Isaac M. Hamilton The mission of the Air Force ROTC unit is to provide an Air-Age Citizenship Course and to select and train cadets as future leaders in the United States Air Force. Leadership and scholarship are stressed throughout the AFROTC program. Specifically, the four-year Air Force ROTC program is di- vided into the basic and advanced courses, each of two years duration. Instruction is designed to provide the Air Force ROTC cadets with a knowledge and understanding of the characteristics and capabilities of Air Power, and the principal weapons, operational factors, and organizational units which the United States Air Force employs. Basic Instruction develops Air-Age Citizenship. Selection for the Advanced Course is based upon such factors as leadership, qualification and desire for flying training, aca- demic achievement and physical qualifications. The Advanced Course provides qualified and selected Cadets with general- ized training in the fields of Leadership and Air Power Concepts, Administration, and the military aspects of World Political Geography. COLONEL HOWARD J. WITHYCOMBE, U. S. A. F. Commanding Officer STAFF: Left to right, 1st. Lt. Isaac M. Hamilton, Captain J. Rex Henry, Captain Thomas W. Deering, Colonel Withycombe, Lt. Col. Byron B. Karr, Captain Paul Suttle, 1st Lt. Fred W. Cannon. n r PV HALL O F FAME The FSU Hall of Fame is one of the highest honors the student bodv can bestow on members of its graduating class. Each year a committee of juniors and faculty mem- bers retires behind closed doors and picks those members of the senior class whom thev feel are worthy of this honor by virtue of participation in three of the following fields: Politics, Organizations, Publications, Athletics, Drama and Speech Arts, Mu- sic, Scholarship, or University functions. Nominations for this honor are made by organi- zations within these categories, and those ten who are finally chosen are truly those people who have contributed the most to Florida State during their undergraduate years. iy. 3g§ JAYLEEN ROBERTSON Editor, Florida Flambeau Member, Garnet Key . . . leges and Universities. . . Member, FSU Circus . . Who ' s Who in American Col- JAMES E. JOANAS President, Freshman Class . . . Student Senate . . . Chair- man, Student Party . . . Vice-president, Student Body . . . President, Sigma Chi . . . President, Inter-Faith Student Council . . . President, Inter-Fraternity Council . . . President, Omicron Delta Kappa . . . Member, Gold Key . . . Sports Editor, Florida Flambeau . . . Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. Page 94 THOMAS A. WOODS Member, Varsity Debate Squad . . . Editor, Tally-Ho . . . President ' s Cabinet, Attorney General . . . Member, Omicron Delta Kappa . . . Gold Key. ELLEN SNOW FRANK Member, University Singers . . . Choral Union . . . Phi Kappa Lambda . . . Symphony Orches- tra . . . President, Sigma Alpha lota . . . Mem- ber, Light Opera Guild . . . Garnet Key . . . Mortar Board . . . Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. NANCY VAUGHN Student Senate . . . President ' s Cabinet, Secre- tary of State . . . Member, Mortar Board . . Garnet Key . . . Who ' s Who in American Col- leges and Universities. Page 95 HALL O F FAME CHARLES GRAHAM CAROTHERS Student Senate . . . President ' s Cabinet, Sec- retary of Finance . . . Chairman, Student Party . . . Vice-president, Sigma Chi . . . Treasurer, Omicron Delta Kappa . . . President, Gold Key . . . Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. BARBARA ANN COOPER President, Jennie Murphee Hall . . . President, Wesley Foundation . . . Member Garnet Key and Mortar Board . . . Who ' s Who in Ameri- can Colleges and Universities. Page 96 i ROBERT EDWARD CRENSHAW President, Junior and Senior Class . . . Vice- president, Alpha Tau Omega . . . Vice-president, Omicron Delta Kappa . . . Treasurer, Gold Key . . . Captain, Varsity Football Squad . . . Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities. •■ ffif ■ A ' iffi v. ' .Vj «V . COYLE E. MOORE, JR. •A« ti£j_4 President, Student Body . . . Vice-president, Student Body . . . Student Senate . . . President, Kappa Alpha Order . . . Member, Omicron Delta Kappa . . . Gold Key . . . Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. BARBARA E. GRAHAM Chief Justice, Honor Court . . . Chairman, Honor Committee . . . Treasurer, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . Member, Mortor Board . . . Garnet Key . . . WFSU-FM . . . Les Jongleurs . . . Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Univer- sities. P = 3S 97 w « Mi A C T I V I T I E S INDEX TO ORGANIZATIONS CAMPUS HONORARIES Phi Beta Kappa ._ 102 Phi Kappa Phi 103 Omicron Delta Kappa 104 Alpha Lambda Delta 105 Gold Key 106 Garnet Key . 107 Sophomore Council . 108 Alpha Council . . 109 Mortar Board 110 Who ' s Who 111 Alpha Phi Omega 112 DEPARTMENTAL HONORARIES Alpha Delta Sigma .. ..... 114 Gamma Alpha Chi 114 Alpha Kappa Psi 115 Delta Sigma Pi .. 116 Pi Omega Pi 117 Sigma Tau Delta .. 117 Kappa Delta Pi .118 Pi Delta Phi ... 119 Phi Alpha Theta 11 ' ) Omicron Nu 120 Sigma Pi Sigma 120 Les Jongleurs .. 121 Sigma Delta Pi ___. . 121 Kappa Kappa Psi __ 122 Tau Beta Sigma . . 123 Sigma Alpha Iota . 124 Phi Mu Alpha _... 125 PUBLICATIONS Tally-Ho 128 Smoke Signals 130 Florida Flambeau . 132 Summer Flambeau . 134 WFSU-FM . 135 FSU Photographic Facility 136 STUDENT GOVERNMENT Executive Branch .. 138 Legislative Branch . 139 Judicial Branch 140 Inter-Dormitory Council _ 144 Dormitory Government 145 MILITARY Army ROTC .... 152 Air Force ROTC 154 Scabbard and Blade . . 156 Arnold Air Society 157 Sabre Flight . . 158 CAMPUS CLUBS The Collegians ..... 160 University Symphony Orchestra ... . 161 University Singers 162 Choral Union 163 International Students Club 164 Scholarship Holders Club 165 Fashion Institute 166 Home Economics Club 167 Art Interest Club 168 Bakers Club 168 Los Picaros de Lope de Vega 169 Social Welfare Club _____ 169 Student Nurses Club .... 170 Womens " F " Club ._._ 171 Tarpon Club 172 Soltas 173 Music Educators National Conference 174 Four-H Club . 174 Insurance and Real Estate Club 175 Association for Childhood Education 175 Feds _ 176 Seminole Flying Club 177 Zeta Sigma Upsilon 177 Student Party . 178 State Party .... 178 Village Vamps 179 Cotillion Club 180 Gy mnastica _ 1 8 1 Theatre Dance Group 182 Scullions __ 183 American Chemical Society ___ 184 RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS Baptist Student Union 186 Newman Club . _____ 187 Canterbury Club ... 188 Wesley Foundation Players 189 Christian Science 190 Westminster Fellowship 191 Hillel Foundation ____ 192 Gamma Delta .. 192 Page 100 4 PHI BETA KAPPA HONORARY FRATERNITY FOR MEN AND WOMEN IN ARTS AND SCIENCES Founded Wi lliam and Mary College, 1776 Alpha Chapter of Florida, 1934 OFFICERS Dr. Albert Leduc Mrs. Sara Srygley. . . Dr. Wayne Minnick. Dr. Lewis Killian. . . president vice president secretartj treasurer MEMBERSHIP 1954-55 : ■ ■■ :. . Mrs. Mary B. Alfriend Dr. Warren D. Allen Dr. William M. Barrows Clara C. Bartlett Mrs. Ram on a C. Beard Dr. Walter Blackstock Nathan S. Blount Mrs. Lois H. Boggs Irene Boliek Dr. Ruth S. Breen Reno W. Bupp Dr. Graee E. Cairns Dr. Doak S. Campbell Dr. Margaret V. Campbell Robert Clapp Mrs. C. S. Davis Dr. Ezda Deviney Dr. Graydon S. DeLand Dr. Dorothy Dodd Dr. William G. Dodd Myrtle Dolbee Dr. Olivia N. Dorman Dr. Wilson K. Doyle Dr. Ralph Dreger Paul Edmonston Mrs. Richard Eide Dr. James Ellis Mrs. Ester K. Eyman : Dr. Robert S. Fouche Dr. Earl Frieden Dr. Dwight B. Goodner Dr. Viola Graham Dr. Alex Green Dr. Ernest M. Grunewald Herman Gunt ' er, Sr. Dr. Marian J. Hay Dr. Werner Herz Dr. Dorothy L. Hoffman Dr. Katherine B. Hoffman Dr. Marian D. Irish Dr. Roy Jervis Richard Joel Dr. Winthrop N. Kellogg Dr. Lewis M. Killian Dr. William C. Kirk Olga Larson Dr. Albert Leduc Dr. John E. Leffler Dr. Ernest H. Lund Dr. Kenneth McLaughlin Dr. M. Avramy Milvin Dr. Wayne C. Minnick Mrs. Thomas Morrell Dr. Meyer Nimkoff Dr. Victor R. B. Oelschlager Dr. Lynn E. Orr ■ Daisy Parker Dr. Mary R. Parmenter Dr. Malcolm Parsons Claude Pepper Dr. Robert Plunke t Dr. J. Russell Reaver, Jr. Dr. Paul Reynolds Dr. Harold F. Richards Dr. W. Hudson Rogers Mrs. Arthur R. Seymour Dr. Venila Shores Dr. J. R. Skretting Dr. Robert B. Short Dr. Elmer R. Smith Nancy W. Smith Mrs. Sara Srygley Lynette Thompson Mrs. Vincent Thursby Dr. Lyman Toulmin Anna M. Tracy William Watson Dr. Betty M. Watts Dr. Francis R. Walton Dr. Michael J. Walsh Miriam Wilson Richard B. Wilson Dr. Eunice Work Page 102 PHI KAPPA PHI HONORARY FRATERNITY FOR MEN AND WOMEN IN GENERAL EDUCATION Founded Nationally 1897 OFFICERS ■ - Mrs. Nelda Alderman president Dr. Dwight Goodlier vice president Mrs. Azzurra Givens secretary Mrs. Hortense Glenn treasurer Mary V. Alexander Nelda C. Alderman Edward G. Bayfield Raymond F. Bellamy Dorothy N. Binger William M. Bishop Marian W. Black Sarah E. Blanding James M. Buchanan Doak S. Campbell Margaret V. Campbell Milton W. Carothers Martha G. Chapman Mary Cunningham Charles S. Davis Sara L. deKeni Juanita deVette William Dillingham W. T. Edwards Ralph L. Eyman Ruth D. Ferguson ■■■■. :■;■■; UNDERGRADUATES Loretta J. Bryan Warren H. Cobb Bemice Fermo Frederick Harrison Sylvia Lewis Dorothy A. Massey Wanda J. Stokes John R. Wilson Mary G. Almore MEMBERSHIP 1954-55 FACULTY : -: ?■ - : : Paul F. Finner Earl Frieden Azzurra Givens Hortense Glenn Dwight Goodner Robert L. Gouldiug Sarah Lou Hammond Dorothy L. Hoffman Mary Noka Hood Joseph R. Hooten Francis R. Hunter Richard Joel Lewis M. Killian Karl Kuersteiner Herman Kurz Olga Larson Sim L. Lett Sam Mever Kenneth Miller Katherine Montgomery Meyer Nimkoff Daisy Parker Malcolm B. Parker Anne L. Pates Gregg Phifer Keith Pitchford Paul L. Redfern Louise Richardson Margaret Sandels Dora Skipper Walter D. Smith Hazel T. Stephens Hugh Stickler Alice J. Storv Marion C. Thompson Mittie L. Thompson Hubert O. Waldby R. L. Witherspoon Thomas Wright Ralph W. Yerger Robert B. Short GRADUATES Ann Joy Flanagan Elizabeth B. Florv William F. Goerg Ann Estelle Kellv Peggy Lee Pennel Victor J. Rogers Margaret M. Santana Phyllis Stefani Leo Wayne York Page 103 FIRST ROW: Jim Joanos, Bob Crenshaw, Graham Carothers, Gordon Gaster, Dave Bachman, Coyle Moore, Jr. SECOND ROW: Tom Woods, Mr. Joe Plant, Dr. Lewis Killian, Rod Shaw, Dr. William Tait, Dr. Sam Neel. OMICRON DELTA KAPPA Omicron Delta Kappa, national leadership honor so- ciety for men, was founded in 1914 at Washington and Lee University, and the local circle was established in 1950. Members are selected on a point basis, a definite number of points being given for each honor or posi- tion attained bv the student. When a student has amassed enough points and a definite scholastic average he is eligible for election. ODK is one of the highest honorary organizations on the FSU campus. OFFICERS JIM JOANOS.. president MR. JOE PLANT. .. secretary GRAHAM CAROTHERS treasurer Page 104 i ALPHA LAMBDA DELLA Freshman Women ' s Scholastic Honorary OFFICERS JAN KAMINIS . president GLENDA BRISCOE ...vice-president LINDA HARRIS secretary BETTY COX treasurer pa Alpha Lambda Delta, a scholastic honorary for fresh- men women, is a national organization which arrived on the campus in 1941. Their purpose is to p romote intel- ligent living and a high standard of learning, and to encourage superior scholastic attainment among fresh- men women. Social events include a banquet for new members and assisting the Dean of Women annually with a tea honoring all freshmen girls with a two-point average and above. rst row, left to right: Crystal MacRae, senior advisor; Linda Harris, Jan Kaminis, Glenda Briscoe, Betty Cox, Dr. Irene Boleik, culty advisor. Second row: Carol Rihkop, Judy Abrams, June Hamilton, Catherine Dunn, Martha McGinnes, Jackie Bouder, Ann ickler, Matilde Hume, Frances Wilson, Julie Cisneros, Liz Graves, Yvonne Duval. Third row: Wilma Sue Fagen, Ann Kelley, narlotte Abney, Janice Cobb, Rita Bailey, Eleanor Gato. Not pictured: Margaret Ann Greene, Karen Kimpel, Joyce McRae, Bob- e Sue Murray, Beverly Odom, Hope Rachels, Clara Saunders, Martha Jane Snyder, Ann Verran. Page 105 GOLD KEY Men ' s Leadership Honorary Gold Key is a local honorary organization which was primarily established to promote scholarship, leadership, and service, and recognizes outstanding achievement in these areas. The entire group is composed of students, each of whom performs some specific service to the University during the year, and their purposes include the fur- thering of University ideals and a diversified program in the interest of student welfare. OFFICERS GRAHAM CAROTHERS president HANS TEWS _.. vice-president TOM WOODS. secretary ROR CRENSHAW treasurer Graham Carothers Hans Tews Tom Woods Bob Crenshaw Dave Bachman Jim Broderick Bob Elring Don Holder Ed Mann Coyle Moore Jim Moore Jim Soles iXZ? $ Winnie Alman Joan Halford Jayleen Robertson Carolyn Close Jo Jones Jane Soper i Barbara Cooper Harriet Lowe Joan Tavel Mary Louise Dee Evelyn Moll Nancy Vaughn Mary Catherine Freeman Germaine Murray Carol Wells Barbara Graham Carmine Ranieri Betty Lou Whittle GARNET KEY Women ' s Leadership Honorary Garnet Key, women ' s leadership honorary, was organ- ized locally in 1948. The purpose of the organization is to recognize women students of the University for their outstanding contributions to leadership, service, and spirit, and to promote activities which foster the spirit of the University. Candidates for Garnet Key are selected from second semester sophomores, juniors and seniors having an over- all average of 2.3 and being active in at least two extra- curricular activities. Members not pictured: Barbara Bachman, Bebe Bus- bee, Harriet Davis, Ellen Snow Frank, Joan Johansen, Ina Jean Pruitt, Janet Reed. OFFICERS BARBARA COOPER president MARY CATHERINE FREEMAN- ..vice-president BARBARA BACHMAN. .secretary JANE SOPER treasurer GARNET KEYN Page 107 SOPHOMORE COUNCIL Women ' s Service Honorary The Sophomore Council acts as a service organization to the University in connection with the Student Gov- ernment. During Orientation Week the girls in blue and white welcome the Freshmen, acquaint them with the campus, and counsel the new students. Their projects include raising money for the Campus Chest, helping with all school elections, and serenading the women students. OFFICERS SA ' ZANE STOKES... ..president DIANE LATIMER.. ..vice-president MARY LOUISE PEACOCK .. secretary CHRIS CINOCCHIO ..treasurer SA ' ZANE STOKES President .._ i fl wf 4 - v- » r NK$ % - -- - - a yp ' f Charlotte Abney, Judy Abrams, Velma Ackerman, Betty Addison, Marty Bethune, E Jeri Bradfield, Elaine Brewton, Glenda Briscoe, Patty Bruce, Jean Campbell Mol ' lie Craig, Lucy Crossland, Kay Decubellis, Mabel Doke, Martha Douglas, Linda Dubose, Gina Francescon, Ruth Fritchie, Jean Fussel, Gayle Gardner, Chris Ginocchio, Liz G Joan Harmon, Pat Harris, Majel Hinson, Matilda Hume, Gloria Johnson, Carolyn Jo Ann Lay, Jane Lewis, Barbara Jean Little, Charlotte Lucy, Gary McAteer, Barbara Rae, Patty Marley, Mary Margaret Meadows, Shirley Metz, Sarah Monroe, Priscilla Peacock, Beverly Perkins, Kay Pieper, Charlotte Pointevint, Reba Rehwinkle, Betty Susie Tope, Sarah Umstot, Louida Velasquez, Joyce Weatherup, Sarah Ann Whiting, Page 108 lla Jo Bilinsky, Kay Bishop, Jackie Bouder, Pat Boulware, Layte Bowden, Carroll, Liz Cerny, Barbara Chambers, Carol Collins, Betty Cox, Bobbye Catherine Dunn, Petey Dunn, Nancy Dvorak, Wilma Fagen, Sue Ford, raves, Sarah Jane Griffin, Martha Grizzard, Peggy Greene, Fredna Haas, nes, Jan Kaminis, Karen Kimple, Jeanie Kitchens, Diane Latimer, Myra IcCartney, Lola McDonald, B. J McFee, Martha McGinnis, Joyce Mc- Moss, Beverly Odom, Patty Pasciak, Melanie Paulette, Mary Louise Shepherd, Sue Shives, Mary Ann Snead, Patsy Stewart, Sa ' zane Stokes, Sylvia Willis, Nancy Wise, Joan Woods, Barbara Wyatt, Pat Zech. I First row, left to right: Arnold Greenfield, Bill Roche, Laird Anderson. Second row: Jack Taylor, Don Lewis, Bill Swigert, Ronnie Blue. ALPHA COUNCIL Men ' s Service Honorar y Organized for energetic underclassmen, Alpha Council serves the student body and the university as a whole by developing and maintaining interest in worthwhile campus activities. Those tapped at the end of their freshman year are men whose leadership and service merit recognition. Installed in 1953, the organization has since proved its worth by providing guides and counselors during Orientation Week and active promotion of campus-wide projects. OFFICERS BILL ROCHE ....president LAIRD ANDERSON ..vice-president ARNOLD GREENFIELD secretary BILL CULLOM treasurer Page 109 MORTAR BOARD Organized at Florida State University in 1931, the loeal chapter of Mortar Board is one of the 85 national honorary chapters in the United States. Through its activities, the Torchbearers strive to in- corporate their aims with the standards of integrity and democratic participation in campus life. Mortar Board in conjunction with ODK held a Leadership Training Con- ference, gave a fashion show for Freshmen Orientation Program, and had a Spring Tea for freshmen scholarship holders. OFFICERS NANCY VAUGHN .. president MARY CATHERINE FREEMAN. ..vice-president JOAN TAVEL . secretary WINNIE ALMAN_.__. _._. treasurer Winifred Alman Barbara Cooper Mary Catherine Freeman Ellen Snow Frank Betty Jean Nichols Bebe Bisbee Barbara Graham Joan Tavel Nancy Vaughn WHO ' S WHO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES WINIFRED ALMAN WENDELL BARTHOLF BEATRICE BISBEE JIM BRODERICK GRAHAM CAROTHERS BARBARA COOPER bOB CRENSHAW BEVERLY DUPERROUZEL ELLEN SNOW FRANK CARLOS FRAUNDORFER GORDON GASTER MARLIES GESSLER JIM ED GLASS JANET GRAFF BARBARA GRAHAM DON HOLDER CON HORN JIM JOANOS ED MANN COYLE MOORE, JR. PAT PEREZ INIA JEAN PRUITT JIM RALSTON JAYLEEN ROBERTSON JIM STAPLES JOAN TAVEL HANS TEWS NANCY VAUGHN BETTY WILLMON ANNE J. WINTER JOAN HALFORD Page 1 1 1 ALPHA PHI OMEGA • DANIEL J. GORHAM President Alpha Phi Omega, a national service fraternity, was founded at LaFayette College, Easton, Pennsylvania in 1925. FSU ' s chap- ter, Iota Rho, arrived on campus in 1951. Membership is com- posed of students who have had previous association with scouting, as scouts or scout leaders; who have the desire to render service to their fellow men and communitv and have a sufficient scholastic standing. APO ' s chief service to the university is the Book Exchange, which gives the students an opportunity to buy and sell their used books at a fair price. And, in the Spring, comes the Ugly Man contest, designed, in contrast to the many " Gorgeous Gal " contests, not to choose the Beau Brummel of the campus, but rather the one whose face scares children the easiest. It ' s al- ways successful, as are all of APO ' s many projects which service the university. OFFICERS DAN GORHAM president CLYDE PARRISH vice-president SIDNEY DOZIER. .secretary JOHN LITTLE treasurer First row, left to right: Tom Dumper, John Alford, Dan Gorham, Miss Jane Adams, sponsor; Dr. Alex Greene, Doc Little, Russ Parrish. Second row: Sonny Sellers, Pat Napier, David Harris, Robert Dumke, Dick Walker, Rodger Herndon. Third row: Bob McCullough, James Baird, Jack Champion, Bill O ' Steen, Stan Griffis, Richard Dempsey. ' A i %m ,, DEPARTMENTAL HONORARI hfcS j ' i OFFICERS J. GARY CAMPBELL fall president JAMES M. BRODERICK spring president DAN DANSBY ._ secretary-treasurer First row, left to right: Jim Broderick, Mr. Richard Joel, Gary Campbell, Dr. Royal H. Ray, Dick Hancock. Second row: Dr. Richard Stevens, Dan Dansby, Ron Twitty, Dick Smith. ALPHA DELTA SIGMA Men ' s National Professional Advertising Fraternity GAMMA ALPHA CHI Women ' s National Professional Advertising Fraternity First row, left to right: Anita Wall, Barbara Graham, Joan Harmon, Barbara Evans, Louise Yarborough, Barbara Caldwell. Second row: Rosemary Rhyne, Claudette Carley, Mary Elizabeth King, June Yates, Scotty Dickinson. Third row: Nan Henley, Lisa Reno, Virginia Vaughn, Kay Kohler, Jeannette Porter, Margaret Donaldson, Lisbeth Stainer, Sarah Dell Gibson, Eleanor Kirby, Mrs. Royal H. Ray, June Mison, Martha Brigman, Barbara Dozier, Dr. Royal H. Ray. OFFICERS MARY ELIZABETH KING president JUNE YATES .. vice-president CAROLE MACCORY... ... secretary CLAUDETTE CARLEY treasurer Page 114 Founded locally in 1949, Alpha Kappa Psi has become one of FSU ' s fastest growing professional fraternities. Its members are men majoring in all phases of the business field, and they are pledged to foster scientific research in the fields of commerce, accounts, and finance; educate the public to appreciate higher ideals therein, and promote and advance in institutions of college rank courses leading to degrees in business admin- istration. Annually Alpha Kappa Psi is co-sponsor of the Job-Getting Seminar, which brings seniors in contact with representatives of business and in- dustry to discuss their job prospects upon graduation. OFFICERS H. EUGENE CRAWFORD ...president CHARLES F. HOWARD ...vice-president RICHARD A. HOLLAHAN secretary ODIS M. HARE treasurer H. EUGENE CRAWFORD President ALPHA KAPPA PSI National Business Fraternity v0 First row, left to right: Wayne Limke- man, Winston Parsons, James Van Middlesworth, Charles Watford. Sec- ond row: Richard Basila, Houston Hughes, Rene Davis, Larry Linder, Bob Jones. Third row: Tom Puckett, Harold McNeil, Bill Hollahan, Wayne Patton, Clarnece Smith. Fourth row: Percy Steele, Don Mayer, Dick Schips, Jim Tomsen, Earl Stephens. A i DELTA SIGMA PI Men ' s Business Fraternity OFFICERS GERALD B. WYMAN _ president ALBERT VALIANI ..vice-president WILBER D. PARKE ...secretary GERALD PRICE, JR ...treasurer MEMBERS Marion Arlington, Darrel Authier, James Baker, Roy Baker, Donald Hickson, Alfred Holderback, Herbert Josephs, John Lang, Gordon Merims, Robert Morris, Duggar Palmer, Wilber Parke, Harry Petry, William Pfieffer, David Pichard, Ben Powell, Gerald Priee, Charles Scarborough, John Seholl, Robert Summers, Charles Smith, Stanley Smith, Earnest Stevens, Albert Wilson, Cecil Wooten, Rob- ert Wright, Gerald Wyman, Albert Valiani, Sherman Moore, Richard Son, George Newton, Quenton Fair, David Davis, Frank DeStefano, William Lewis, William Her, Charles Brannon, Bennie Lombardy, Harry Look, Edward Kercher, Frank Flynn, Robert Camp, Howard Logue, Frank Graddy, John McDonald, Herman Barwick, Richard Francis, Greene Harrison, Truman Mock. PLEDGES Virgil McGuire, Rafael Lecuona, Paul Petry, James Reese, James Smith, James Thomas, Harvey Kelley, Louis Fletcher. GERALD B. WYMAN president Page 1 16 OFFICERS LAURA N. McLEOD .. president SALLY FUSSELL .. vice-president SHIRLEY LARSON. ..secretary YVONNE WEIDMAN.. treasurer First row, left to right: Yvonne Weidman, Sally Fussell, Laura McLeod, Shirly Larson. Second row: Dr. J. Frank Dame, Florence Pate, Pat Miller, Pat Hilton, Cubye Ryals, Patricia Paffoon, Carole Jenkins, Iney Frink, Mr. C. C. Miller. Third row: Val Taxwood, Rosemary Johnson, Shelly Adams, Zenobia Adams. PI OMEGA PI Business Education Honorary Fraternity SIGMA TAU DELTA National Professional English Fraternity First row, left to right: Carolyn Close, Joan Grice, Barbara Ayala, Faye Anthony, Judy Dougan, Marion Benson, June Grant, Kathleen Beehler. Second row: Miss Edith West, Greta Sims, Ginger Smith, Crystal McRae, Dawn Sharp, Suzanne Linebaugh, Dr. Sarah Herndon. Third row: Mary Ann Coslow, Dr. Ben Carroll, David Raney, Dr. Claude R. Flory, Martha Smith, Taylor Littleton, John McCall, Dan Mengason, Earl Carroll, Jane Peeples. Not pictured: Betty Jean Nichols, Ruth Henshaw, Barbara Lewis, Marie Marjenhoff, Donna Hardy, Anne Maims, Martha Shannon. OFFICERS DAWN SHARP.__ ..president CRYSTAL McRAE vice-president RUTH HENSHAW... ... secretary TAYLOR LITTLETON treasurer Page 117 KAPPA DELTA PI Education Honor Society Kappa Delta Pi is a national honor society for students in the field of education. Its purposes are the encouragement of high in- tellectual and scholastic standards and the recognition of worth- while contributions to education. It invites to membership such persons who exhibit commendable personal qualities, worthy education ideals and sound scholarship. The society endeavors to maintain a high degree of professional fellowship among its members. The FSU chapter was founded in 1925. It honors education majors who are of Dean ' s List standing, and co-sponsors help sessions for those who are in need of scholastic assistance. OFFICERS DR. S. T. LASTINGER. ...president HOWARD AREL ... ...vice-president FAYE KIRTLAND ___... ......secretary DR. HARRIS DEAN .....treasurer Dr. S. T. Lastinger, Dr. Mildred Swearingen, counselor; Howard Abel. Not pictured officers; Betty Benecke, Faye Kirtland, Dr. Harris Dean, Harriette McCarter. Page 1 1 8 OFFICERS BEVERLY KUIKEN ... .. president HILDEGARD WAGNER vice-president JANE MacINTYRE... secretary-treasurer First row, left to right: Hubert Hearne, Ruth Compton, Hildegard Wagner, Jane Maclntyre, Ann Bachmann, James Chatham. Sec- ond row: Marjorie Judy, Graydon DeLand, Victor Oelschlager, Wilson Micks, Albert Leduc, Betty Ackerman. Not pictured: Beverly Kuiken, Joan Bryan, Arden Wright. PI DELTA PHI National French Honorary PHI ALPHA THETA National History Honorary First row, left to right: Erin McCawley, Mary Frances Srewart, Esther Jones. Second row: Robert Ball, T. D. Wyly, James Glass, Richard Lucas, T. Michael Smith, Larry Moore. Third row: George Christian, Dr. M. M. Vance, faculty sponsor; James Williams, Charles Gibson, E. B. Gearhart. OFFICERS LARRY MOORE .....president ROBERT BALL -vice-president ERIN McCAWLEY ... secretary-treasurer Page 119 OFFICERS MILDRED CARLTON president HARRIET LOWE vice-president LIBRV FERGUSON... secretary DONNA McNAB treasurer First row, left to right: Betty Benecke, Harriet Lowe, Mildred Carlton, Marlene Wadsworth. Second row; Libby Ferguson, Miriam Betzer, Miss Eunice Grundy, faculty adviser; Catherine Friedheim, Donna McNab. OMICRON NU National Home Economics Honorary SIGMA PI SIGMA Physics Honor Society MEMBERS: Ronald Walker, N. V. V. J. Swamy, Dane McNeill, Richard Berkley, Dr. Kiuck Lee, Dr. M A Melvin, John A. Boardman, Dr. A. E. S. Green, William Taylor, Dr. William Barrows. OFFICERS WILLIAM C. TAYLOR president DANE A. McNEILL vice-president BETTY LOU DILMORE secretary WILLIAM PARIGAN treasurer Page 120 i OFFICERS JUNE WILSON... ..president VIRGIL AUSTIN vice-president MARGARET MALLOY secretary RARRARA GRAHAM treasurer Left to right: Mary Alice Newton, Margaret Malloy, June Wilson, Virgil Austin, Barbara Graham, Geraldine Frank. LES JONGLEURS Dramatic Arts Honorary SIGMA DELTA PI National Spanish Honorary First row, left to right: Ann Bachmann, James Chatham, Sally McNutt, Maryo Walters, Mary Lou Albrecht, Edna Runnels, Car- mine Ranieri. Second row: Hildegard Wagner, Dr. Margaret Campbell, Pansy Steale, Jackie Wiggin, Iris Hernandez. Third row : Dr. Victor R. B. Oelschlager, Marjorie Dillingham, Gilberto Fernandez, Dr. Graydon S. Deland, sponsor; Polly Swain. OFFICERS MARYO WALTERS president EDNA RUNNELS vice-president SALLY McNUTT secretary MARY LOU ALBRECHT treasurer Page 121 KAPPA KAPPA PSI Men ' s Band Honorary OFFICERS WILLIAM HARDIN president BOB RAULERSON ..vice-president TONY SWAIN- .secretary JOHNNY CREEL ..treasurer First row, left to right: Jon Gilbert, Roy McCance, Wayne Lewis, William Carledge, Vince Tata, Sid Wilck, Franklin Fanzler. Second row: Frank Valdes, Bill Pharris, Ray Turner, Tony Swain, Jim Rodgers William Hardin, Aubrey Odom. Page 122 I Tau Beta Sigma was organized on the FSU campus on Octo- ber 27, 1954. Their main purpose is to promote the university band, honor outstanding women in the band prog ram, and provide a pleasant social experience with other musical organi- zations. On May 16, 1955, they were recognized as a national group. They have enjoyed many social events during the year. Prob- ably one of their most important projects is the joint sponsorship with Kappa Kappa Psi of the Marching Chief banquet held at the end of the marching season for the band. OFFICERS FLORENCE ASHBY president SUE ALLEN vice-president DAWN BISHOP_ ..secretary JANE JACKSON treasurer FLORENCE ASHBY President TAU BETA SIGMA Women ' s Band Honorary First row, left to right: Barbara Schaller, Jane Jackson, Sue Allen, Florence Ashby, Dawn Bishop, Pauline Hecht. Second row: Gai Conradr-Eberlin, Louise Hoyer, Sally McNutt, Alice Lucas, Nan ty Fowler, Virginia Cobb, Dale Fillastre. Page 123 SIGMA ALPHA IOTA Music Honorary for Women Sigma Alpha Iota is a national women ' s music fraternity, and draws its membership from those students who intend to make the playing and teaching of music their life ' s work. The organi- zation was founded on campus in 1947, and since that time has been as much a service to the university as a whole, as it has been to its members. One of the outstanding projects which Sigma Alpha Iota has undertaken is the Light Opera Guild, which not only gives its members an opportunity to stage their dramatic and vocal talents, but provides the student body with excellent entertainment in the fine arts. Campus Sing is another project of SAI, giving campus or- ganizations a chance to compete for prizes and display a few talents of their own. OFFICERS ELLEN SNOW FRANK _ president DAWN BISHOP ...vice-president PHYLLIS KEEN secretary JANET BIVEN treasurer Page 124 i Phi Mu Alpha is a national men ' s professional fraternity, and chooses its members from among those men majoring in music and music education. Epsilon Iota chapter was founded on the FSU campus in November, 1949, and since then has grown until now it is the largest of the music honorary fraternities. Its members are pledged to uphold and advance the cause of music in America, and to foster the mutual welfare and brotherhood of students in the United States. Phi Mu Alpha co-operates in the sponsorship of the Campus Sing bv giving the Campus Sing dance. Its members usher at university music programs, and provide service to the com- munity by sponsoring programs for hospitals, civic groups, etc. OFFICERS KARL R. MOHR _ president RICHARD N. THIERRY ....vice-president FRANKLIN D. FANSLER secretary SHELDON M. TORN historian KARL B. MOHR President PHI MU ALPHA Music Honorary for Men « p rs ft First row, left to right: Forrest McGinley, Richard Sheffer, Madison Short, Richard Thierry, Tony Swain, Karl Mohr, Franklin Fans- ler, Sheldon Torn, Bob Blanton, Ralph Nolen. Second row: David Ward-Steinman, Robert Leslie, Wayne Lewis, Muriel Fielding, Tom Greenhaw, Charles Donaldson, Lyman Hammond, Wendell Bartholf, Bill Cattledge, James McGonigal, Robert Brady, David Brinson, William kharris. I nird row: Wiljohn Schiftimueller, William Prokpi, Robert Parrish, Maurice King, Lee Liming, Virgil Austin, John Zilles, John Creel, Richard Adams, William Taylor, William Dalrymple, Charles Culbreath. Page 125 1956 CAMPUS SING For the second consecutive vear LAMBDA CHI ALPHA took first place in the Men ' s Division of the PHI MU ALPHA - SIGMA ALPHA IOTA annual Campus Sing. Their director was Harrison Fisher. DELTA ZETA, under the direction of Martha Sue Mizell, took honors in the Women ' s Division. Running close seconds in both divisions were PI KAPPA PHI and NORTH CAWTHON HALL. ATION TALLY HO . Every year a new editor takes the reins of the university yearbook and re- solves to publish " the best book this campus has ever seen. " And he honestly believes he will. He makes great plans; works long hours, flunks a few courses, lets his social life " go to pot, " and devotes himself body and soul to the production of an annual. Then the bubble bursts. Broken promises, too small a budget, and poor co- operation begin to frustrate every move. A couple of staff members quit and the extra load is dumped in the laps of a faithful few. Deadlines are missed, time schedules are stretched to the breaking point. Before long he sinks into the depths of despair; no one cares or understands why something goes wrong, or why the book is late; it ' s the editor ' s fault. But then he takes heart when his " baby " reaches fruition. He forgets the heartache and revels in a job well done. It ' s not the book he would have liked it to be, but if the students like it he ' s satisfied. And so it has been with the 1956 Tally -Ho. We had more than our share of trouble in this years production; it ' s not the yearbook we ' d hoped it would be. but the staff worked long and hard to overcome the difficulty and give FSU a yearbook of which they can be proud. 1956 RICK HUBERT Business Manager Patsy Stewart, Evie Morris, Valerie Rohs Scotty Dickinson, Sandra Scott, Bobbie Tribble lumvm Dick Parks Gloria Johnson, Jeri Bradfield, Betty Hatton, Lois Buchholtz Page 128 . ' ■ , ™» If.. JIM BRODERICK CON HORN BARBARA AYALA Edlt0r Managing Editor Associate Editor STAFF Section Editors Staff Assistants EVIE MORRIS activities; exchange LOIS BUCHHOLTZ _ ...administration LARRY BLOCK JUDY MINTER BARBARA TRIBBLE. -art BETTY J EAN BROWN BARBARA WILLIS PATSY STEWART ... classes JOAN NICHOLS MICKEY COLE SCOTTY DICKINSON greeks PAULA COLE CAROLYN NOLL GLORIA JOHNSON... ...organizations JOYCE DOPKO JOAN ZORBAUGH VALERIE ROHS publications C . T , 7TA ¥ ™ 4T10 XT nirr D . D; . C .«: K . , SYLVIA KEARSON PAT HARTNESS DICK PARKS -. , staff photographer JERI BRADFIELD ______ ...schools PAT MURPHY JAY PARCELL ALAN WHITMARSH ..sports NANCY MULLER ANNETTE RICHMIRE SANDRA SCOTT makeup BETTY HATTON ANN GEORGE STAFF ASSISTANTS: Seated, left to right, Betty Jean Brown, Barbara Willis, Joan Nichols, Mickey Cole, Paula Cole, Carolyn Noll. Standing: Joyce Dopko, Joan Zorbaugh, Sylvia Kearson, Pat Hartness, Pat Murphy, Jay Parcell, Nancy Muller. ■ J t 1 £| jj Y - - - - - • I - wi___ __L H Hb ., . . w -xw i j j| y ,JS SMOKE S I CHARLES JONES Circulation Manager RICHARD GIUNTA Advertising Manager CON HORN Humor Editor STAFF: Sitting, left to right, Jack Norton, Lucie Crossland, Prise ilia Moss, Hazel Jackson, Jane Davis. Standing: B. J. Jackson Maggie Marsh, Dian Hoskins, Sherrie Cobb. N A L S FSU ' s humor and feature magazine, Smoke Signals, got into the honors act in 1956 by being rated First Class by the Asso- ciated Collegiate Press Convention in Detroit. The magazine missed Ail-American by a meager 45 points out of 1,500. Editor Heidels brainchild also had thirteen of its cartoons printed in an anthology of college humor called The Howls of Ivy. But perhaps the action which put Smoke Signals foremost in the campus spotlight was the censure of the newly established publications board for publishing alleged material in poor taste. Students howled with laughter, but the administration frowned. The use of color in its pages was a new trick in 56. More pages, more photographs, and the addition of a popular cryptic cartoon character whose comments reflected campus opinions showed up under Editor Heidel. And a pretty miss from Day- tona Beach was chosen Miss Smoke Signals of 1956. Linda Jones was crowned by the ' 55 Queen, Barbara Emmett, and the male student body roared its approval. KtT.T k V .•v. DON HEIDEL Editor MARCELLO TRUZZI Managing Editor MARY LOUISE DEE Associate Editor Page 131 JAYLEEN ROBERTSON Editor PAT MARSTON News Editor MARTIN DYCKMAN Associate Editor ADVERTISING STAFF: Larry Meredith, Gail Burdsall, Enid Pearlman, Les Myers. NANCY BROWN Advertising Manager SANDRA COLLEY Exchange Editor SPORTS STAFF: Alan Whitmarsh, Larry Block, Dave Evans Page 132 I FLORIDA OSCAR JOHNSON Managing Editor FLAMBEAU Contrary to popular notions about women in journalism, when the Florida Flambeau s reins were handed over to Jayleen Robertson, the office didn ' t sprout pink curtains, nor did the paper become a society page. It ' s been a good year for the campus newspaper; progressive in makeup, better and more complete news coverage, and perennially con- troversial in editorial comment. The staff has won no campus oscars for its 30-hour work week, but the general campus opinion regarded the paper as good this vear, and their pride is well earned. Maintaining a broad outlook on campus, state, and national affairs is not the easiest task, but there were no investigations by the Student Senate, and the newly organized Board of Publications found little to criticize. Plans for the near future see the advent of new printing facilities, on campus, for the Flambeau. The not-too-far-away future could con- ceivably hold the first daily college newspaper in the South. EDITORIAL STAFF Jay Robertson— Editor Managing Editor Oscar Johnson Associate Editor... _. Martin Dyckman Senior Reporters.. Jeri Bradfiek! Marty Reeves, Bob Dollison, Bob Moren Photographers........ Laird Anderson Tom Sawyer, Steve Kleid, Adrian Allen Columnists ...Wiljohn Dave Ward-Steinman, Clyde Ward Martin Dyckman, Oscar Johnson Georgie Seminole News Editor Pat Marston Feature Editor Arlieda Ries Sports Editors ... - Larry Block Alan Whitmarsh Sports Staff ..Ben Balser Dave Evans, Joe Greene Tom Hale, Pierce Lehmbeck Junior Staff Ginger Connor Betty Otey, Peggy Dubolt, Bob Duke, Cyane Berning Greek Editor Charlet Poitevint BUSINESS STAFF Mary Elizabeth King— Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Joan Halford Exchange Editor Sandra Colley Exchange Staff.. Joy Wilkins Advertising Manager Nancy Brown Circulation Mike Brady Morgue .. __ George Goldstein Business Gail Burdsall Larry Meredith, Enid Pearlman Jane Anderson, Les Meyers •» • JOAN HALFORD Assistant Business Manager ARLIEDA RIES Feature Editor MARY LIZ KING Business Manager Page 133 COLUMNISTS: Mike Brady, cartoonist and Circulation Manager; Wiljohn Schiffermuller, " Wandering With Wiljohn " ; Charlet Poitevint, " In Grecian Times " ; Eleanor Kirby, Campus Editor; George Goldstein, Morgue. PHOTOGRAPHERS: Steve Kleid, Tom Sawyer, Laird Anderson, Adrian Allen 1955 SUMMER FLAMBEAU MARY LIZ KING- — ...editor RAY HEMANN business manager PAT BRADY. managing editor BOB GUTTING ... .._ ...sports editor JOAN HALFORD exchange editor VIRGIL AUSTIN campus editor ROGER HERNDON... photographer SAM ALDERMAN ..circulation manager BOB GUTTING RAY HEMANN Page 134 i ROY FLYNN Director Studio One production staff. Left to right; Karl Mohr, pro- ducer; Carol Nehkop, technician; Patti Wisner, writer. W F S U F M The Radio Voice of Florida State University WFSU-FM at 91.5 on the FM band is the Uni- versity radio station serving listeners in a ten-mile radius from the Music Building, where modern, well- equipped studios and transmitter are located. The station is administered bv the Office of Com- munications and Radio, which also produces radio and television programs and television films for air- ing through commercial stations of the state and region. Facilities of WFSU-FM are utilized in the inter- divisional instructional program in radio and TV. The School of Journalism ' s Radio-TV Workshop sup- plies news, sports coverage, and special events pro- grams. Other cooperating instructional units include the Department of Speech, the School of Music, and the Audio-Visual Center. Students also participate in station affairs on an extra-curricular basis. Major programming emphasis is on good music and taped programs from the Na- tional Association of Educational Broadcasters, of which WFSU-FM is a member. Sportscasters Neil Lebar and Charlie Ailen broadcast an FSU basketball game. Don Westbrook, chief announcer, and Jean Cooper, record librarian. KEN RICHARDS Head Photographer PHOTOGRAPHIC FACILITY The FSU Photographic Facility is the backbone of the News Bureau, Public Relations, and the student publications. KEN RICHARDS, a professional photographer, and his five student assistants, do most of the photography required bv the univer- sity, and develop and print their work in the Tally-Ho photo lab. The facilitv was developed this year, and still has a long way to go to perfection. However, with the university expan- sion program providing adequate darkroom space and equip- ment in the near future, the facility will not only be vital to FSU, but serve as on-the-job training for student photographers. DICK PARKS TOM SAWYER STEVE KLEID Page 1 36 CHARLIE SIZER BILL WATKINS EXECUTIVE BRANCH COYLE E. MOORE, JR. Student Body President JIM JOANAS Vice-President CARMINE RANIERI Secretary of Senate PRESIDENT ' S CABINET Left to right, Joan Halford, Secretary of the Interior; Pat Wolfe, Undersecretary of Honor Nancy Vaughn, Secretary of State; Graham Carothers, Secretary of Finance; Margaret Dil- linger, Secretary of Senate; Betty Willmon, Secretary of Elections; Bob Elting, Secretary of Student Welfare; Bennie Jo Cozart, Secretary of Student Events; Coyle E. Moore, Jr., President, Martha Grant, Undersecretary of Organizations. flf flpMMMi , ■■ ■ ■ " riftK i irifei ' ■ :: 3QMK3 tifli i isM ; 5 -W Ut i 7tK TBaEii6«ar " S »j ™ T LEGISLATIVE BRANCH HANS TEWS Men ' s Vice-President JO JONES Women ' s Vice-President COMBINED STUDENT SENATE: First row, left to right: Germaine Murray, Greta Sims, Bebe Bisbee, Polly Atwater, Jim Soles, Carolyn Close, Mary Louise Dee, Hank McCann, Liz Cerny, Jim Kamines, Barbara Moore, Jim Moore, Gordon Gaster. Second row: Ed Mann, Fred Mans- field, Jo Jones, Winnie Mae Douglas, Pat Finlay, Nancy Space, Petey Dunn, Dave Bachman, Karl Edwards, Bill Swigert, Hans Tew. Third row: Dick Rhodes, Art Moore, Cliff Gwynn. Page 139 HONOR COURT: First row, left to right, Evelyn Moll, Barbara Graham, Pat Dekle, Jean Cadenhead. Second row: Lon Hatton, Shirley Dallas, Polly Swain, Ed Hinson. JUDICIAL BARBARA GRAHAM Chief Justice CAROLYN REDFERN Chief Justice TRAFFIC COURT: Left to right, Joanne Anderson, Bob Porter, Carolyn Redfern, Patty Pasciak. 1 BRANCH n BOB PAYNE Chairman INIA JEAN PRUITT Chairman WOMEN ' S JUDICIARY: First row, left to right, Martha Grizzard, June McManus, Inia Jean Pruitt, Betty Gooch, Nancy Lee Young. Second row: Wilma Sue Fagen, Martha McGinnis, Jean Morgan, Margie McGreight. Page 141 INTER DORM COUNCIL DORMITORY GOVERNORS Rarbara Jeffries Broward Hall Virginia Nesmith Bryan Hall Margaret Workman North Cawthon Nancy Rradbury South Cawthon Virginia Neill Florida Hall Virginia Hunter Gilchrist Hall Pat Perez East Landis Hall Pat Rooney West Landis Hall Sylvia Rritt Jennie Murphree Hall Mary Fenn Cawthon Reynolds Hall Edwin McGough Magnolia Hall Robert Moren Senior Hall Jim McIntyre West Hall First row, left to right: Mary Fenn Cawthon, Peggy Workman, Nancy Bradbury. Second row: Laura McLeod, Ed- win McGough, Jim McIntyre, Sylvia Britt. Page 142 i First row, left to right: Robert Pope, mayor, unit I; Richard Percoco, mayor, unit II; Thomas Hafner, mayor, unit III. Second row: Mr. John L. Blackburn, counselor; Wil- liam O ' Steen, Wiljohn Schiffermuller, Jack Taylor, Rhon Carlton. Third row: George McKelvin, Jr., Barry Lubeck, Steve Bevan, Joseph Osborne, Eduardo Hilgert. Fourth row: Bill Wells, Bill Franklin, Warren Gerard, Charles Scarbrough, Ronnie Fisher, Brad- ley Canon. Fifth row: Glen Thatcher, Thomas Reitz, Elwin Carpenter, Fred Roberts, Thomas Pendray, Carroll Barwick. OFFICERS WILJOHN SCHIFFERMULLER governor WILLIAM R. O ' STEEN lieut. governor JACK R. TAYLOR treasurer RHON CARLETON _ . secretary WEST HALL Men ' s Dormitory SENIOR HALL Men ' s Dormitory First row, left to right: Bill Cullom, Bob Wolfenbarger. Second row: Alfred Mattman, Joseph Mattman, George Goldstein. OFFICERS RILL CULLOM ..president ROR WOLFENRARGER vice-president GEORGE GOLDSTEIN- . secretary JOSEPH MATTMAN treasurer First row, left to right: Boots Harris, Phyllis Shaddick, Jeane Alles, Mary Lou Snook. Second row: Faith Sappington, Margaret Workman, Joyce Weatherup. OFFICERS MARGARET WORKMAN president ROOTS HARRIS vice-president JOYCE WEATHERUP vice-president NORTH CAWTHON HALL Women ' s Dormitory SOUTH CAWTHON HALL OFFICERS MAXINE McGILL president NANCY RISMILLER vice-president NANCY RRADRURY vice-president Women ' s Dormitory First row, left to right: Nancy Bradbury, Maxine McGill, Nancy Rismiller. Second row: Dorothy Sharif, Sue Rogers, Nancy Wise, Jane Morris, Kay DeCubellis. I OFFICERS PAT PEREZ president IRENE CREWS vice-president RARBARA PATCHEN vice-president Left to right: Irene Crews, Pat Perez, Babs Patchen, Torchy Briscoe. EAST LANDIS HALL Women ' s Dormitory WEST LANDIS HALL Women ' s Dormitory First row, left to right: Rosetta Odom, Mary Ann Snead, Eleanor Gato, Patricia Rooney. Second row: Ann Bohler, Diane Perez, Barbara Chambers, Betty Sue Williams. OFFICERS PATRICIA ROONEY president BETTY SUE WILLIAMS vice-president ROSETTA ODOM vice-president Page 145 OFFICERS VIRGINIA NESMITH president MARTHA SUE MIZELL vice-president BARBARA HARLESS vice-president First row, left to M3ht: Jane Soper, Tony Moore, Marion Ard, Earlece Ford, Susan Weisenbarger. Second row: Barbara Harless, Carole Armstrong, Virginia Nesmith, Jean Cooper, Martha Sue Mizell. BRYAN HALL Women ' s Dormitory REYNOLDS HALL Women ' s Dormitory Left to right: Pat Hilton, Carolyn Close, Mary Fenn Cawthon, Jane Chapman, Marian Benson, Helen McLain. Page 146 OFFICERS MARY FENN CAWTHON president JANE CHAPMAN vice-president PAT HILTON vice-president OFFICERS SYLVIA BRITT president LISBETH STAINER vice-president GRETCHEN KERR vice-president First row: Joyse Vasquez, Sylvia Britt, Carolyn Woodward. SeconJ row: Lisbeth Stainer, Gretchen Kerr. Third row: Lucille Turnage, Elsie Abbott. JENNIE MURPHREE HALL Women ' s Dormitory MAGNOLIA HALL Men ' s Dormitory First row, left to right: Loran Harmon, Richard Walker, Lawrence Moore. Second row: Russ Parrish, Bob Butcher, Lloyd Lassen, Bob Johnson, John Johnston, Jimmy Hines. OFFICERS RICHARD WALKER governor LORAN HARMON lieutenant governor Page 147 MA £ wr " " " 7 " 4 • Q First row, left to right: Betty Hershfelt, Fredna Haas, Barbara Rynski, Mar- lene Wadsworth, Kay Bishop, Nancy Ford, Joyce McRae. Second row: Mary Anne Turpin, Virginia Neill, Joann Pitzen, Rosemary Hollander. BROWARD HALL WOMEN ' S DORMITORY FLORIDA HALL WOMEN ' S DORMITORY OFFICERS VIRGINIA NEILL ..president JOANN PITZEN.. ...vice-president MARY ANNE TURPIN . ...vice-president OFFICERS BARBARA JEFFERIES ..president JOANN HICKS - ...vice-president EVELYN NETTLES _ ...vice-president First row, left to right: Joann Hicks, Shirley Nichols, Sylvia White, LaVern Craig. Second row: Faye Moses, Barbara Jefferies, Edna Runnels, Evelyn Nettles. First row, left to right: Maxine Smith, Frances Wilson. Second row: Ann Leopard, Lea Grant, Virginia Hunter, Suanne Lett, Margaret Gunter. Third row: June Grant, Janet Wissman, Jan Hinson, Astrid Tindall. GILCHRIST HALL WOMEN ' S DORMITORY OFFICERS VIRG INIA HUNTER .. president LEA GRANT vice-president SUANNE LETT .....vice-president • " t- 8 - " : m evtewin d the adi cts e o • ARMY ROTC DRILL TEAM. Platoon leader, H. H. Rhodes; Platoon Sergeant, Jimmy Cristo; Platoon Guide, R. 0. Reinhart. Members: C. H. Paul, W. R. McKemie, R. G. Rhodes, J. K. Glenn, J. C. Calhoun, R. W. White, F. N. Kaney, M. W. Williams, A. C. Mayo, R. J. Schoenborn, S. F. Munroe, D. M. Thomas, J. J. Adams, R. D. Strickland, C. B. Cheek, A. W. Fraser, E. K. Legerton, R. E. Welch, R. A. Fernandez, D. R. Cintron. " First Battalion is prepared for inspection, Sir. ' ARMY ROTC RIFLE TEAM: Left to right, kneeling: John Tumberlin; Ben Powell, Team Captain; Joe Thompson; Sergeant H. A. Stewart, coach. Standing: Jim Pike, Carlos Lundt, Joe Mayer, Scott Munroe, Bill Bowles, Jim Petrand.s, Nat Ragland, Paul Jones, Jerry Tucker, Mike Hain, Lee Lambert, Eugene Williams, Palmer Munroe, Harris Ballard, Albert Griffin, Dav,d Wallace, and Jim Bedgood. " This is my rifle . . . " and the Army likes ' em bright and shiny. Cadet Captain Wayne Patton, left, and Cadet 1st Lt. Hans Tews supervise operations. Page 151 Snto rfe !r...AIR FORCE ' " ' HP 1 ' I 3 AFROTC MILITARY BAND. Paul Ort, director; Earnest Diaz, Ron Andenon, Jim Cullipher, John Garrett, Lyman Hammond, Byron Nichols, Bill Taylor, Jim Bell, Virgil Austin, Lyman Graham, Sheldon Torn, Virgil Strickland, Jim Currie, Willis White, Richard Harrell, R chard Ainsworth, Gayle Hager, Rex Tidwell, Arthur Ca rter, John Bracewell, Lonnie Keene, Jr., Carl Rosenbush, Bob Saltz, Virgil Nipper, Jerry Lee, Harry Scott, Merriman Hipps, Ray Clyde, Robert Cochran, Norman Sheffield, John R. Woods, Howard Kelly Ray Revell, Ken Watkins, Frank Freedman, Lynn Waldron, Winfield Harpe, Cecil Boydston, Alan David, Richmond Knowles, Allen Crowell, Bill Alton, Dixon Redditt, Billy D. Smith, Richard Guinta, Andrew Crew, Joseph Assad, John Myers, Charles Blosch, Bob Baden, Rhon Carleton, Ray Liebau, Joe Stegmire, John Stafford, Bob Brunson,Tom Glennan, Bill Todd, Robert Loughrige, Dale Jensen, Phillip Posey, Keith Harp, Richard C. Hancock. CADET WING COMMANDER AND SQUAD COMMANDERS. Left to right: Cadet Colonels Harry Strandhagen, Joe Wheat, Paul Ort, Charles Hickey, Howard Wilson and Paul Grimmig, Wing Commander. 7 Jlf f ' .-m ROTC RIFLE TEAM. Left to right, Gordon Palmer, Dale Croy, Stanley Griffis, Reginald Chastain, team tain; John Hill, Vernon Ricketts, James Kuhn. pictured, John Risher, Bernard Kelly, Auc ' ie Langston, David Hortin and Willis White. cap- Not P tILL TEAM. Members, Richard Walker, captain; vid Reams, Maurice Steinberg, Fenton Bennett, urie Hosford, Vernon Ricketts, Gerald Wheeler, :il Gray, Bill Coleman, James Scott, Dwight Brown, =n Loch, Barry Durgin, Ed Miller, Michael Lamson, rnard Kelly, Pedraic Mullin, Joe Martin, James rlo, Warren Gerard, Thomas Hale, Robert Carter, bert Feige, James Maddock, Frank Bryan, Larry ger, Virgil Waddell, Rembrandt Nobel, Bill Sheets, bert Andrews, Michael Guerra and Hubert Fitz- rald. CADET WING STAFF. Left to right, Bob Crenshaw, Cadet Lt. Col., Deputy Commander; Jay Perkins, Cadet Lt. Col., Director of Operations; Paul Grimmig, Cadet Colonel, Wing Com- mander; Don Smith, Cadet Lt. Col., Director of Materiel; Ray Baker, Ca- det Major, Adjutant; Charles Chester, Cadet Master Sergeant, Sergeant Ma- jor. SCABBARD an J BLADE The supreme goal, the highest achievement of all the brass shining, mirror gazing officers of the Army and Air Force is the National Society of Scabbard and Blade. It is composed of men who have proved, in the eyes of the military, outstanding leadership and intelligence. Theirs is a national military honorary society. The prin- cipal aim of the organization is to promote a feeling of unity among the military leaders and to maintain a high standard in the military activities of the corps. This year Scabbard and Blade joined with the Arnold Air Society and brought the Auburn Knights orchestra to Tallahassee for the annual Military Ball. PERCY STEELE Commander Seated, left to right: Percy Steele, John Reeves, Ken Jarret, Bob Jones. Standing: Don Holder, Bob Culliver, Graham Carothers, Lavern Williams, Jerry Connell, Herbert Lacaya, Wayne Pat- ton, Jim Hodge. 154 ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY members: left to right, Paul Grimmig, Joe Wheat, How- ard Willson, Don Smith, Wil- liam Johnson, Jim Joanos, Jay Perkins, Bob Crenshaw, Oswald Geiger, Jr., Russell Johnson, Cliff Kidd, Upton Officer, William Plumb, Charles Mann, David Med- ford, James Baker, Emmett Hardin. Not pictured, Tom Woods, Glayden Shafer. ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY Members of the Arnold Air Society are selected from Air Force ROTC advanced students with at least a " B " average in military and who show outstanding interests and abilities as Air ROTC cadets. The organization is designed in purpose to promote closer and more efficient relations among students of the Air Force ROTC program. OFFICERS DON E. SMITH .. . commandei HOWARD WILLSON executive officer JIM JOANOS adjutant recorder RUSSELL JOHNSON .. secretary-treasurer PAUL GRIMMIG.. ..operations officer JOE WHEAT.. information service officer DON E. SMITH Commander Page 155 SABRE FLIGHT The Sabre Flight is an honorary organization for freshmen and sophomore Air Force ROTC cadets. Members of the flight are chosen on the basis of interest, enthusiasm, overall academic standing, AFROTC grades, and proficiency in ROTC leadership laboratory- They are selected during their freshmen or soph- omore year and keep their membership until they are rendered ineligible by admittance into the advanced course. The objectives of the Sabre Flight are to train cadets for membership in the Arnold Air Society, to initiate and maintain high esprit de corps among the cadets thereby increasing the effectiveness of the AFROTC program and to promote interest in the concept of Air Power. First row, left to right: Bob Butler, Upton Officer, Dave Medford, James Baker, Emmett Hardin, Ernest Diaz, Bob Johnson, William Benner, Fred Kenney, Douglas Rosenblum, Fred Gould, Charles Ha- ' nes, Bill Swigert, Bob Dunkel. Page 1 56 ! ' « : iiAi . : : ■;■:■ : V.r, ■ PUS CLUBS JL COLLEGIANS The Collegians was organized on the FSU campus in 194S to give any interested male student the opportunity to participate in interpretative ensemble singing and the performance of a variety of music. The members appear in two annual campus concerts, on local TV shows, and give performances throughout the State several times during the school year. JIM HARRIS Director OFFICERS DANNY WHIPPLE .. __ president BOB GREGORY .vice-president RUSS ALDERMAN secretary-treasurer F. ' rst tow, left to right: Jim Harris, director; Bill Wells, George Standridge, Jerry Dye, Bob Gregory, Billy Bowlss, Bob Bru- baker, Bob James, Martha Sue Mizell, accompanist. Second row: John H. Smith, Dave PemLerton, Danny Whipple, Kaye Woolington, Richard Lehman, Wayne Long, John Condra, Stan Smith, Bill Strickland, Billy Johns. Third row: Steve Kleid, Bob Fountain, Richard Thorburn, Andy Woolington, Sherwood Williams, Howard Logue, Henry Williams, Gary Wheeler, Jim Matson, Ira Glisson, Powell Brewton. Not pictured: Harvey Ross, John Belitz, Russ Alderman, Jim Kearce, John Little, Gordon Palmer, Bill Parrish, Virgil Austin, Gene Royal, Bill Snyder, Percy Steele, John Tomberlin. Page 158 i ROBERT N. SEDORE Conductor OFFICERS BILL HARDIN . president ANITA BRUNSON- ...vice-president DAWN BISHOP.. secretary 1st VIOLINS: Tom Stone, Concert-master; Don Michel, Dorothea James, John MaeLean, Dorothy Flory, Jerome Rosen, Lester Baker, Isaac Hamil- ton, Bob Kennedy, Katherine Allen. 2nd VIOLINS: Don Johnson, Lois Schnoor, Joyce Cayard, Teuilla Statt, Barbara Kragland, Carole Ann Harris, James Barth, Carl Rosenbush, Naomi Statt. VIOLAS: Arthur Murphy, Eugene Crabb, Jean Hooten, Jalma Parcell, Pat Bethea. CELLOS: Harriet Grimes, Gordon Kenney, Owen Sellers, Mary Sue Barnes, Robert Briggs, Rebecca Rodenberg. BASSES: Jim Yelvington, David Whittlesey, Jane Young, David Ward-Steinman, Alan David, Linda Brintley, Fred Boska. HARP: Mary Reeder. FLUTES: Rebecca Wood, Dale Jensen, Frank Friedman. PICCOLO: Frank Friedman. OBOES: Charles Alley, Peggy Wilson. ENGLISH HORN: Harold Luce. CLARINETS: Richard Lee, Sue Allen, Scott Harpe. BASS CLARINET: Lillian Olsen. BASSOONS: Anita Brunson, Bill Taylor, Phillip Posey. CONTRA-BASSOON: Bill Tatro. FRENCH HORNS: Bill Hardin, Charles Donaldson, Sidney Wilck, Richard Adams, James Moody, Pauline Hecht. TRUMPETS: Charles Turner, Mike Hipps, John Edmunds, Shirley Wallace. TROMBONES: Leslie Lisle, John Bracewell. BASS TROMBONE: Dawn Bishop TUBA: David Brinson. TIMPANI: Carol Queen. PERCUSSION: John Gilbert, Chris Walker, Bob Baden, Arthur Busheman. PIANO: Ryan Edwards. UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA SwfcssE ' V. ' ' . A m ma I ' M ..„,.., .-,■;:{ :,:_■:■ » First row, left to right: Sam Jordan, Allen Crowell, Neil Bowers, Janet McMullen, Beverly Smith, Ellen Frank, Candace J bara Schaller, Jo Jones, Mary Elizabeth King, Patricia Lee Simpson, Wendell Bartholf, Don Randall, Warren Barrett, Ji CarnnJ r w • Philin ! " r-, I r-, r-, t Arthur fnrtor r ri, KAar-trinr Pnt Mnnmr ( " k,-,.-! ,- I ,, + tr ll Irir-,. Torlrlnr Dor-,r-.w lAwr-o Rnrk, Jones, Bar- — -v- - iiii r - ' 5»_i|l, yy ci iucii uui miuii, l_ i_ii I i uhuuii, nui ' i ii uuiicii, J m jtapleS. Second row: Philip Knight, Arthur Carter, Jack Meador, Pat Napier, Charles Luttrell, Jean Tedder, Peggy Joyce Barber, Martha Kay Willis, Carole Ann Nydegger, Allie Jane McCoy, Carolyn Close, June Rodgers. Third row: Calvin Coots, Forrest McGinley, Virgil Austin, Joyce Cayard, Gerry Anderson, Nancy Wingerter, Ann Barnes, Connie Rodabargh, Mary Jane Marriott, Robert E. Par- rish, Robert E. Blanton. Fourth row: Jim Ralston, Margaret Yeats, Deborah Fennell, Gay Gillies, Sara Tornay, Peggy Greene, Bettie Jane Woodward, Sarah Page, Larry Knowles, Dick White. Fifth row: Jim Kearce, Lyman Graham, Wiljohn Schiffermuller, June Kight, Barbara Barrow, Martha Sue Mizell, Martha Slayden, Shirley Dallas, Kay Taylor, Beverly Brown, Lorena Smith, Harrison Fisher. Sixth row: David Ward-Steinman, Lee Liming, Jerry Connell, Charles E. Bryan, John Zilles, Jim Atkinson. UNIVERSITY SINGERS OFFICERS DON RANDALL president JERRY CONNELL- vice-president MARTHA SLAYDEN... ...secretary DR. WILEY HOUSEWRIGHT Director Poge 160 i MR. HERMAN GUNTER Director CHORAL UNION Choral Union is the largest choral gr oup on campus and is open to all students who wish to sing from the best of Choral literature. Both accompanied and a cappella selections are in- cluded in its repertoire. It is a democratic organization which has as its purpose the fostering of individual expression through fun, fellowship, and a sense of achievement through performance. The presentation of an opera in the spring, several concerts — both off and on campus — this year including Mendelssohn ' s Hymn of Praise, and The Messiah at Christmas time are some of the looked-forward-to events of the year. OFFICERS RALPH NOLEN___ .president CAROLYN GLENN- „ vice-president GENE ROWELL business manac- MEMBERS: Irma Allou, William Alton, Kathryn Amoury, Virgil Austin, Mary Baldwin, Joyce Barber, Sandra Barnette, Wendell Bartholf, Kaye Bennett, Rosalie Bergman, Kay Bishop, Janet Bivin, Ruth Boda, Marilyn Bostwick, Beth Bowen, Marilyn Bozeman, Jen Bradford, Edward Bradford, Dorothy Oresier, Robert Brunson, Mary Butz, Anne Caraway, Doris Casbon, David Casto, Hilda Caton, Lynnie Cavin, Morris Chira, Nannie Christian, Julia Cisneros, MartfHa Clary, John Clements, iaia Copelanci, Lucy Council, Allen Crowell, Star Culpepper, Shirl y Dallas, bill Dalrymple, Joan Damerow, Annette Darsey, Ma; .aret Debolt, Geraldine Diaz, Elaine Dick, Ethel Donaldson, Martha Douglas, Ann Duncan, Nancy Dvorak, Kathy Erskine, Jeannine Eubanks, Barbara Evans, Sara Ewing, Jerry Felton, Ruth Fritchie, Mary Futch, Sallye Ganey, Ann Gates, Carolyn Glenn, Tommy Glennan, Donald Griffin, Rosemary Grow, Louise Gillespie, Patricia Gregory, Rachel Guess, Marion Hackett, Ervin Hamme, Marilyn Harris, Maree Harrison, Howard Hartley, Barbara Hastings, Eloise Hearn, Jeanne Hendry, Anna Hess, Randall Hess, Joan Hicks, Lou Howell, Barbara Huckabee, Carol Hummel, Lois Hunt, Ralph Hunt, Eleanor Irvin, Claudet Jacobs, Janice Jazues, Margaret Johnson, Candace Jones, Sam Jordan, Lonnie Keene, Susan Kelsey, Sarah Kincaid, Arthur King, Mildred Lamb, Frances Langford, Albert Latina, Dick Lehmann, Judith Linder, Wanda Lundsford, Carol Malinao, Mary Jan.? Marriott, Louise McClure, Jerald McCollum, Beverly McKenzie, Mary Margaret Meadows, Gloiia Ann Meltzer, Frank Mitch, Vivian Moates, Karl Mohr, James Moody, Sara Moore, Jane Morris, Ann Morse, Donald Munroe, Carol Nelson, Nancy Nelson, Byron Nichols, Shirley Nichols, Ralph Nolen, Carol Owen, Robert Parrish, Jim Peacock, Peter Peck, Jimmie Pettey, Marilyn Phares, Sara Pilcher, Edward Pineiro, Sue Powell, Stephanie Powell, William Prokopi, Doris Pulliam, Barbara Ready, Carol Rehkop, Sandra Reese, Martha Reeves, Emily Register, Daniell Revenaugh, Eleanor Rodgers, Muriel Rotherham, Gene Rowell, Elaine Scarborough, John Sellars, brown Setterl.nJ, Ricnarj Sheffer, Reb Short, Patricia Ann Siegel, Larry Simmons, Martha Slayden, Clarence Spivey, Don Spivey, Mary Stewart, Ann Stickler, Webster Teague, Catherine Thiel, Cecil Thompson, Lois Todd, Barbara Toney, Arienne Trammell, Mary Turnbull, Patricia Van Hyning, Vernell Vinzant, Betsy Voorhees. Mary Walker, Patty Walker, Juanita Ward, Char-laine Weeks, Jean Weimer, Jean Wicks, Betty Ruth Williams, Hale Williams, Sh erwood Williams, Rod Wilson, Joan Wells, Margaret Yeats and Betsy Youngblood. %MP G?rC , i ' ... ■ i w r f INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS CLUB OFFICERS ELKE FRANK... president CARLOS OTERO vice-president ANITA WALL secretary S. VADHANAPANICH treasurer MEMBERS CUBA— Mauro Armendia, Mercedes Cros, Barry Durgin, Edgar Heimer, Daniel Huerta, Rafael Lecuona, Juan Lopez and Hattie Kinsey. IRAQ — Khalouf Al-Jadaan, Harpik DerHovhannissian, Mostafa Saeed and Mo- hassen Nejad. THAILAND — Mualyai Angsusingha, Nida Chaixanien, Su- phot Devahastin, Suntri Goolsrirajana, Sumate Hinjeranandha, Soontom Komolavani, Prayoon Jatasanon, Runjuan Intarakumhang, Dhawee Montri- vade, Chumnum Muaklamai, Simian Paeprabhatr, Soonpong Piriyakick, Thaworn Pongsapipat, Surin Sangsnit, Bamrung Saraggananda, Chalrem Singanetti, Chana Skunasingha, Suchitr Sundarodaya, Varich Tantaraphon, Manas Thummanond, Charoen Vadhanapanich, Somsri Vadhanapanich, Viavat Vejjajiva, Payau Vibhatabaedya, Temsakda Viriyasiri and Xuto Kiatibasn. BURMA — Maung Htay Aung. SYRIA — Muhsen F. Ayoubi. SPAIN - Maria A. Salgado. ICELAND - Gudjon Bachmann, Petur Bjornsson, Birgir Karlson and Danial Petursson. PHILIPPINES — Ernesto Cabigas, Raul De Guzman, Pat Ejercito and Meliton Midoro. NORWAY - Henry Monsen. DENMARK — Marcello Truzzi and Inger-Marie Pedersen. GERMANY — Hans Tews, Hildegard Wagner, Herman Stoller, Frederic Kirchberger and Elke Frank. MEXICO - Alfredo Ruiz. DOMINICAN REPUBLIC -Eva Sass. SWEDEN - Ulf Henning Hellsten. HAWAII - Ruth Setsuko Matsuda. IRELAND - Sean McGlynn. JORDAN - Theo- phanis Maris. AUSTRALIA - Eion McRae and Michael 6 ' Dwyer. KOREA — Soong Bok Hong, Chong K. Kim and Kiuck Lee. JAPAN — Masao Han- zawa, Tauuchi Keltani and Yasukazu Kanematsu. EGYPT — Ali Mohamed El-Atrash, Mohamed A. El-Bayoumy, Mostafa El-Sayed and Abdel Hamid Youssef. INDIA — Radhakrishna Murty, Surinder Puri, Krishna Rabindran, Krishna V. Rao, P. Rao Krishna, Prakash C. Sood, V.V.R. Varadachari and N. V.V.J. Swamy. CZECHOSLOVAKIA - Miroslav Ceska. VENEZUELA - James Cockcroft. CANADA — Beverly Anne Cude, Peter Heagerty, Marie Joyce Locker, Dorothy Helen Job and William M. Prokopi. HUNGARY - Margaret Heissler. PERU — Eduardo Hilgert. Page 162 I STATE SCHOLAR- SHIP CLUB The purpose of the Scholarship Club is to serve holders of General, House, Lewis and Senatorial Scholarships. They also help students who are interested in the profession of teaching and securing State Scholarships. Among their projects are tutor- ing students in course work, aiding handicapped children on West Campus and babysitting. OFFICERS DORIS HISLER ... president MARY ANNE TURPIN . vice-president JEAN CAMPBELL .. corresponding secretary BETTY JUNE BISHOP recording secretary LOUIS BASHAW treasurer First row, left to right: S. T. Lastinger, Betty Jo Bush, Nancy Hudgins, Louise Petering, Dee Ann Guthrie. Second row: Stelia Clark, Lynne Powers, Louis Bashaw, Mary Anne Turpin, Doris Hisler, Betty June Bishop, Jean Campbell, Susan John, Emily Cousson, Edwin B. Browning. Third row: Joan Peaden, Susan Jane Brown, Patricia Finlay, Edward Harrell, Sarah Monroe, Mary Ann Benedict, Laura Hicks, Ellen Raynor, Jane Fulford, Fran Wilson. Fourth row: Jimmy Hines, Jimmy Stanley, Bill Donalson, Raymond Clyde, Robert Fiege, Carson Edwards, Carol Ann Keels, Robert Sanchez, Jeanette Burnsed, Mary Alice Dotson, Virginia Kiser. Page 163 First row, left to right: Margaret McLean, Betty Bumby, Jeannie Cadenhead, Lisa Reno, Rosemary Rhyne, Dot Job. Second row: Donna McNab, Barbara Emmett, Louanne Self, Jerry Lehner, Maigaret Donaldson. Third row: Paula Orr, Jane Putnam, Shirley Cox, Pat Starnes, Hepsey Greer, Mickey Cole, Barbara Tribble, Alma Wandeck, Carol Roth, Lequita Johnson, Suzanne Keefe. Fourth row: Louise Justice, Anne Bragdon, Margie McCreight, Betty Anne Earl, Lucille Massey, Sarah Dell Gibson, June Mixon, Martha Brigman, Desse Pinckard. Fifth row: Lisbeth Stainer, Marianne Schmalz, Rita Nelms, Paula Cole, Carolyn Noll, Lois Stein, Joan Shearouse, Evelyn Brown, Barbara Caldwe I, Jeani Kitchens, Shirley Manning. The main purpose of the student Fashion Institute is to provide a professional interest group for those interested in fashion and to make available facilities to meet the educational needs of the group. They strive to assist the university as a whole and to participate in all aspects of fashion. OFFICERS LOUANNE SELF president JERRY LEHNER vice-president BARRARA EMMETT secretary DONNA McNAB treasurer FASHION INSTITUTE LOUANNE SELF Page 164 1 % •■ N WmL List of Members: Barbara Ullrich, Mona Jo McKelvey, Pat Shaddick, Jean Campbell, Judy Rehard, Fredna Haas, Suzanne Lett, Carlo Sessions, Marjorie McDonald, Elizabeth Stitt, Barbara S. Evans, Claudette Carley, Patty Robinson, Marie Gaeger, Carol Wesley, Betty Lou Whittle, Esther Friedheim, Geraldine Lehner, Mary C. Casey, Dorothy Walling, John Braden, Ruby S. MacDon- ald, June Hamilton, Virginia Nesmith, Earlene Ford, Martha Brigman, Nan Henley, Naomi Young, Betty Spence, Pat Arrants, Carol DeVore, Ruth Heddan, Adell Whitfield, Shirley Manning, Annette Richmire, Liz Herring, Laura MurreM, Marlene Wadswortl., Tina Stahl, Libby Ferguson, Jean Ford, Mildred Carlton, Hepsy Greer, Betty Padgett, Sally Myers, Eileen Werts, Watfie Crady, Lola Johnson, Betty Benecke, Joanna Reina, Judy Minter, Myrtis Smith, Mamie Ann Dorsey, Donna McNabb, Jeannette Garrett, Gerry Puryear, Betty Haas, Nina Williams, LaVetra Armstrong, Jacque Bouder, Marilyn Schauble, Bette Adele Jacobs, Martha Marie Simmons, Adelia Ann Guthrie, Barbara Bowen, Carol Otts, Lillian Congdon, Virginia Brennand, Ann Frick, June Lasseter, Loretta Deal, Shirley Harris, Wylene Lapinski, Barbara Lynch, Iris Hubbard, Barmell Bledsoe, Beverly Russel, Kitty Kilner, Beverly Welch, Jean May, Kay Nielson, Barbara Dozier, Ruth Fritchie, Bernice McCullough, Liz Cerney, Susan Dalhouse. OFFICERS MONA JO McKELVEY president LIZ CERNEY vice-president VIRGINIA NESMITH secretary FREDNA HAAS treasurer A branch of the American Home Economics Association, FSU ' s Home Ec Club provides domestically inclined females an opportunity to get together periodically and exchange ideas, gossip and recipes. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Page 165 WUR A OFFICERS ROSE RILEA .president DEAN ROLLEN ... .. chairman-elect SUE FORD secretary First row, left to right: Rose Rilea, Betty Evans, Claudia Walker. Second row: Yvonne Peercy, A. J. Bassett, Sue Ford. Baking Science and Management Club First row, left to right: Curkhardt, Clement, 0. B. Smith , Ringer, Holt, Kimel, Schlipf, Reed. Second row: Wynn, D. E. Smith, Davis, Reeves, Hillegas, Evans, Petry. Third row Whitehead, Mattman, Mock, C. F. Smith, McManus, Wright. Fourth row: Kelly, O ' Brien, Newton, R. Z. Smith, J. Striegel. Fifth row: Beaver, Allen, O ' Brien, Marky, Hinson, Alder- man, Ainsworth, Chivers. OFFICERS JACK BEAVER ... MARGARET CLEMENTS president secretary- treasurer f toil Salle ! lOISIMU OFFICERS ALICE LENTZ president SHIRLEY MORGAN vice-president GERALDINE DIAZ secretary LOIDA VELASQUEZ treasurer First row, left to right: Geraldine Diaz, Alice Lentz, Dr. Herberto Lacayo, Marta Cuervo, Rafael Vega. Second row: Katherine Pa- nos, Ellen Rowe, Mary Louise Dee, Alia Spear, Jeri Bradfield, Glenda Dumar, Diane Estes, Jane Maclntyre. Third row: Carolyn Shepherd, Wayne Huddleston, Alfredo Yondo, Gilbert Fernandez. Fourth row: Eduardo Hilgert, Domingo Cintron, Miguel Carlo, Tom Loeb, John Brown, Caroline Emery. LOS PICAROS Student Spanish Club SOCIAL WELFARE CLUB First row, left to right: Kathaleen Hamilton, Sally Humphries, Cctherine Peak, Dr. Coyle E. Moore, Irene Crews, Gustav Bischoff. Second row: Ruth Dowling, Dr. Vernon Fox, Phyllis Keith, Dr. Robert Lonsdale, Jewell Fletcher, Bob Pope, Jane Chapman, Leslie Bauer, Tom Sebring, John Connell, Dr. William Leap. Third row: Elaine Stewart, Lucille Connell, Nancy Steck, Pat Perez, Pat Ben- nett, Betty Ann Chance, Mary Carolyn Branch, Nancy Ford, Geri Lindstrand. OFFICERS IRENE CREWS president CATHERINE PEAK vice-president KATHALEEN HAMILTON secretary GUSTAV RISCHOFF treasurer OFFICERS LINDA ANN DUBOSE president BILLIE DIANE GAMBLE vice-president ROBERTA GREEN secretary MARY ANN BLANTON treasurer First row, left to right: Nancy Cooper, Carol Rule, Sandra Dail, Cassie Love, Rebekah Wester, Neen Larey. Second row: Sandra Wil- liams, Barbara Rouse, Martha Harter, Edith Prague, Marjorie Scoville, Laura Brown. Third row: Ruth Hackathorn, Elizabeth Cleary, Dolores Eby, Martha Lott, Sara Ewing, Julia Conkling, Joyce Perry, Avis Howe, Edith Ura. FRESHMEN STUDENT NURSES UPPERCLASS STUDENT NURSES First row, left to right: Barbara Chaffin, Shirley Miller, Rosemary Garner, Barbara Hammer, Janet Boswell, Edith Hannigan. Sec- ond row: Rose Ann Smeltzer, Loida Velazquez, Ann Blanton, Linda Dubose, Billie Gamble, Roberta Green, Glenda Moore, Suzanne Forc e Third row. Ann Linthicum, Beverly Gleason, Nina Sue Simmons, Cynthia Maxon, Patti Copeland, Barbara Shelton, Sonya Harrison. Page 168 i BETTY EVANS WOMEN ' S " F " CLUB Women ' s Athletic Honorary The Women ' s " F " Club co-operates in promoting women s athletic activities and contributes to the development of high ideals and university spirit among the students on this campus. They also render services to the university and the community through their many projects. Some of these projects being Home- coming decorations at the gates and fountain, Christmas party for underprivileged children, and a Christmas serenade for old folks ' homes and hospitals. OFFICERS BETTY EVANS _ president PAT ROONEY- vice-president PATTI ARMSTRONG .. recording secretary CLARE GILCHRIST . .corresponding secretary First row, left to right: J. Elizabeth Jeffress, sponsor; Sue Ford, Sue Thomas, Pat Rooney, Betty Evans, Patti Armstrong, Carolyn Mullis, Clare Gilchrist, Nadine York. Second row: Joan Johansen, Ann Yeoman, Betty Anne Theobald, Sally Reed, Rose Ellen Ri- lea, Marilyn Coffey, Patti Andrews, Tony Moore, Betty Gray, Margaret White. Third row: Virginia Peck, Gloria Lantz, Martha Grizzard, Anne J. Winter, A. J. Bassett, Ann Grayson, Claudia Walker. Page 169 First row, left to right: Dean O ' Sullivan, Mary Jo Fain, Betsy Laney, Tony Moore, Miss Glynise Smith, Faculty Advisor; Lucy Mc- Daniel, Margie Mangels. Second row: Marion Davis, Glenda Sherrill, Ramelle Ellis, Pat Griffin, Doris Roberds, Jeanne Hull, Sue Ford. Third row: Nan Chamberlain, Eleanor Sweatt, Liz Anne Cole, Jean Newton, Gail Moody, Molly Cary, Dori Drag, Pat Rooney, Mary Margaret Williams, Beth Hooks. Fourth row: Lynn Strickland, Audrey Hiers, Jean Harris, Petey Dunn, Pat Malseed, Peggy La Fever, Madge Strain, Meta Viohl, Polly Swain. TARPON CLUB OFFICERS JANE WALKER .. president TONY MOORE ..vice-president JEAN HARRIS secretary PAT ROONEY ..treasurer The Tarpon Club furthers interest in synchronized swimming by giving university women an opportunity to learn and par- ticipate in such swimming activities. All efforts are culminated in the annual Spring Water Show and supplemented by various road trips involving additional performances. Tryouts for Tarpon Club are held in the Fall. These pledges are " minnows " until they have performed in the Spring Water Show. Then they become full-fledged " Tarpons. " JANE WALKER Page 170 i SOLTAS CLUB Professional Club of the Library School OFFICERS FELIE W. CLARK . ..president DOROTHY SHARITZ ... . vice-president JEAN DUNN ......secretary GRETTA LARSEN-... treasurer First row, left to right: Dorothy Sharirz, Pat Marston, Jean Dunn. Second row: Carolyn Peck, Miss Sarah Reed, Mrs. Louis Shores, Miss Agnes Gregory, Carolyn Smith. Third row: Emmy Buck, Gretta Larsen, Miss Felie Clark, Carolyn Woodward, Sarah Batson. Fourth row: Vanda Nelson, Leo York, Richard Boyce, Helen Cecil, Boyd Hotter. Page 171 M. E. N. C. OF FICERS JUDY NAFTULIN president LOUISE McCLURE vice-president GWYNETH COOPER secretary LEE LIMING treasurer First row, left to right: John R. Galea, Wayne Lewis, Phillip C. Posey, Dixon I. Redditt, Jr., Marietta Richardson, Louise McClure. Second row: Patsy Stephens, Peggy Joyce Barber, Lila Lee LeVar, Margaret Johnson, Richard Thierry, J. Alden Stanley, Janet Biv- en. Third row: Ranzall Cox, Patricia Gregory, Ann Morse, Ann Duncan, June McCaskill, Shirley Dallas, Lynn Shirley, Vince Tata. Fourth row: Carol Terpening, Tommy Greenhaw, Florence Ashby, Bill Pharris, Calvin Coots. 4H CLUB Page 172 OFFICERS MANUEL CANTELLOPS president HULAN WHITTON _ _. vice-president PAT ROBSON .secretary ELMER JOHNSON _ treasurer First row, left to right: William P. Wesson, Rene Davis, John W. Moore. Second row: Robert H. File, Elmer Johnson, Pat Robson, William Daye. Third row: Harold McNeil, Woody Parker, Manuel E. Cantellops, Preston Baswell, Richard Basila. INSURANCE an J REAL ESTATE CLUB ASSOCIATION f or CHILDHOOD EDUCATION OFFICERS EMILIE HUDSON president CAROLE ANN HARRIS vice-president VIRGINIA ANN COOK secretary GRETA LARSON treasurer First row, left to right: Jane Rogers, Vela Diamond, Kay DeCubellis, Gail Casson, Ruth Williams, Esther Marting. Second row: Sarah Lou Hammond, Greta Larson, Carole Harris, Emilie Hudson, Eileen Werts, Margaret Casson, Juanita de Vette. Third row: Janet Moser, Mary Lou Albrecht, Lina Belle Lamar, Lucy Council, Liska Ahrano, Diana Windham, Annette Kirkland, Carolyn Red- fern. Fourth row: Jane Ellen Jones, Murrie Durak, Eloise Hearn, Shirley Ann Johnson, Sandra Hancock, Janet Wissman. Page 173 The Feds, a social club, was founded this year by a group of unaffiliated underclassmen. Thev are the first such group to be organized on campus for social purposes, and pledged to lend service to the university. Many of their members are outstanding in varsity sports and have received recognition on campus. OFFICERS MATT SULLIVAN . president CHRIS CURRAN ... vice-president DICK NELSON... .. secretary ED O ' CONNELL treasurer FEDS First row, left to right: Danny New, Joe Gusic, Tony Avitable, Bob Fletcher. Second row: Dick Nelson, Matt Sullivan, Chris Curran, Ed O ' Connell. Third row: Harry Look, George K. Matter, Jr., Francis Conley, Jr., Ilario L. Cavallaro, Frank J. Flynn, Jr. Fourth row: John T. Kilkeary, Jerry Boxer, Bob Maiorana, Ron Moltzan. OFFICERS HAROLD LUCE president JIM NEDLEY secretary KEN MILLER treasurer Left to right: John Byrd, Harold Luce, Ray Heman, Bruce Linebaugh, Jim Nedley, Ken Miller, James Gunn, Mort Larner, Lee Chapin, Harold Powell. FLYING CLUB ZETA SIGMA UPSILON Business Club First row, left to right: Jane Leone, Jo Anne Testa, Gordon Merims, Pat Paffoon. Second row: Shirley Lar- son, John Michael, Larry Snow, Howard P. Abel, Eugene A. Lewis, Betty Cox. OFFICERS GORDON MERIMS president JIM SOLES vice-president PAT PAFFOON corresponding secretary SHIRLEY FORTUNE recording secretary IRMA ALLOU treasurer Claire Bevis, Fred Mansfield, Irene Rodriguez. STATE STATE PARTY EXECUTIVE COUNCIL FRED MANSFIELD.. chairman IRENE RODRIGUEZ .. .. secretary CLAIRE BEVIS ... treasurer STUDENT PARTY EXECUTIVE COUNCIL GRAHAM CAROTHERS ... ...chairman CARMINE RANIERI... ...secretary CHARLES CHESTER ... .. treasurer GRETA SIMS chairman, sorority caucus GRETCHEN KERR.. ..co-chairman, independent women ' s caucus GAY CRUTCHFIELD ...co-chairman, independent women ' s caucus PARTY STUDENT PARTY 3 k . .A; «MMHH Seated: Graham Carothers. Standing, left to right: Greta Sims, Charles Chester, Carmine Ranieri, Gretchen Kerr, Gay Crutchfield. Page 176 i VILLAGE VAMPS OFFICERS JOAN LEE president JUNE YATES ..vice-president JANE SISSON ......secretary RUTH ANN WHITTLE treasurer The Village Vamps is a social honorary com- posed of girls chosen for their poise, per- sonality, and attractiveness. Membership is open to freshman girls and transfer students. Each year these newly tapped pledges are presented at the annual Pan-Hellenic Dance. The Vamps act as official campus hostesses by ushering for the Artist Series, Speech Department Productions and various other campus events. They also meet all visiting athletic teams. First row, left to right: Nancy Cubbon, project chairman; Jane Sisson, secretary; Ruth Anne Whittle, treasurer; Sarah Monroe, publicity chairman. Second row: June Yates, vice-president; Joan Lee, president. First row, left to right: Sarah Monroe, Ruth Ann Whittle, Jane Sisson, Joan Lee, June Yates, Nancy Cubbon. Second row: Shirley Kellogg, Layte Bowden, Betty Lou Whittle, Vickie Walters, Mary Walters, Elaine Brewton, Allison Templeman, Jane Hicks, Becky Glass, Rosemary Stephenson, Beverly Laurent, Janie Pasquarello, Sarah Hambley. Third row: Meredith Payne, Charlotte Patten, Phyllis Patten, Karen Kimple, Deborah Griffin, Joan Harmon, Margaret Ann Ballinger, Pat Byrd, Jean Morgan, Chris Ginnochio, Carol Fulkerson, Sara Atkinson. Fourth row, Betty Wilmon, Martha Slayden, Caryl James, Betty Douglas, Jeani Kitchens, Frandi Dugan, Barbara Emmett, Ruth Shuman, Denise Johnson, Barbara Hagen, Martha McGinnis, Patty Bruce, Liz Hall, Jean Rush, Anita Anderson. Page 177 Carol Rodgers Cotillion is a national social organization which strives for more and better social dances on college campuses. The local group works toward this end by sponsoring dances, assisting the university in their dances, and above all, by giving dancing lessons. Students are selected for membership on the basis of their dancing ability, appearance, character, and personality, and work in conjunction with the Cavaliers to keep the campus on its toes. OFFICERS CAROL RODGERS president CLAIRE DARDIS vice-president JANICE GROSSER secretary JANE DAVIS treasurer COTILLION Poge 178 i First row, left to right: Shirley Jackson, Peggy Wright, Joan Strickland, Sylvia White, Sally Fussell. Second row: Sybil Morar, Janice Grosser, Carol Rodgers, Jane Davis, Jane Dardis, Gail Crews. Third row: Joyce Dopko, Kar- lin Kent, Betty Gooch, Winnie Cannon, Jorita Brock, Marilyn Moffett. First row, left to right: Mary Stewart Bolton, Janice Eberly, Barbara Vickers, Tom MacDonald, Jerry Lehner, Faye Anthony. Second row: Kathy Panos, Jean Haight, Margaret Donaldson, Dr. Hartley Price, Barbara Rynski, Peiper Neil. Third row: Lloyd Gangloff, Don Holder, Jim Tanaka. GYMNASTICA OFFICERS BARBARA ANN VICKERS president TOM MacDONALD vice-president JERRY LEHNER secretary JANICE EBERLY treasurer Gymnastica is a local honorary which promotes and maintains an interest in gymnastics, Gymkana and pageantry. It cultivates an appreciation for sportsmanship, for beauty of line, of form and of movement. Gymnastica helps plan, support, and direct the annual Gym- kana Production and sponsors socials after all gym meets. It helps plan and supervise all gym meets at Florida State Uni- versity. Page 179 First row, left to right: Nancy Smith, Valda Mock, David Harmon, Barbara Grebel, Lucile Turnage, Sue Rogers, Patrick Lee Na- Dier, Katharine Hartley, Diane Kagen. Second row: Betty Gooch, Doris Gregory, Jane Lawrence, Astrid Tindall, Ann Grayson. Sarah Whiting, Jeane Wilson, Serena Schad, Mary Wilson, Doris Burr. Third row: Carolyn Bolt, Peggy DeBolt, Nancy White, She- ila McGinty, Frances Kovas, Diane Johnson, Martha Bunker, Joan Strickland. Fourth row: John Paul Davis, Nancy Key, Gail Hicks, Mary Jo Crum, Charles Robinson, Charlotte Curry, Joyce McRae, Susie Tyler. The purpose of the Theatre Dance Group at FSU is to stimulate interest in the dance, and to help members develop an appreciation of dance through providing an opportunity for creative expression, and to provide experience in dance produc- tion. Membership in the group is open to all students who show an interest in modern dance and who satisfy the requirements established by the members. Tryouts are held twice a year, in the Fall and the Spring. Their annual project is the Theatre Dance Concert in the Fall. OFFICERS BARBARA GREBEL- president DAVID HARMON- .vice-president SUE ROGERS. _ _ secretary THEATRE DANCE GROUP BARBARA GREBEL Page 180 ■ First row, left to right: Leo Tiernan, Larry Look, Mary Boyle, Jack Kulzer, Wayne Shoyer, Dan Meadow, Sigurjan Ragnarsson. Second row: Frank Cangelosi, Pete Dukas, Daniel DeCeniris, Miss Gladys Hull, Ann Parnin, Ann Newton, Karlsson Birgir, Daniei Pettersson, Robert Monis, Eva Sass. Third row: Paul Lockly, Ed Pastgente, Anton Ohlidal, Malcolm Greenfield, Dr. Donald Lundberg, Tom Day, Dick Holladay, Norman Raymond, Cliff Hill. OFFICERS JACK KULZER president, LEO TIERNAN vice-president MARY ROYLE secretary LARRY MORAT treasurer Scullions is a local social organization which was founded on campus in 1951 for those people who have an interest in Restaurant and Hotel Management, and who are majoring in that field. Its main purpose is to further the interest in the field, and promote fellowship among its members through group partici- pation. J he SCULLIONS JACK KULZER Page 181 First row, left to right: Fred Pendleton, Ann Pinner, Loretta Castellino, Harriet Davis, Don Johnson, Niles Bashaw, Jeanne Alles, Alicin Petruska, Dino Betroboulos. Second row: Gene Sellers, Robert McKnight, Hurschell Mathews, Robert Whittier, Bill Martin, Thomas Bennett. AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY OFFICERS DON JOHNSON... president HARRIET DAVIS vice-president NILES BASHAW treasurer JEANNE ALLES secretary A. S. P. A. OFFICERS JERRY BYRNES... ..president First row, left to right: Dr. W. V. Holloway, Meliton Windors, W. Hall Whaley, Matt Sullivan, Don Reynolds, Tom Nobles, Jerry Byrnes, Raul Deguyman. Second row: Ellwood Koch, Talmadge Harrison, Art Fenton, Samuel Round, Penrose Jackson, Dean Wil- son K. Doyle, Dr. James A. Norton, Karl Toevenich, Harold Gurgess, Nat R. Walker. i Wl ■: ' . ' ?: ., ' ' ' ■- y _i; ■ ; iv - •.; ' - - " " ' : : • ' " :. ' ■ ■■■.:• v |»J 18 1 l7i f kl ¥$?M$ ' Wi!se® .•. " . ' . i ;:;;;.; v V. K f ■JP ;■■ ,. . ■ ■ " :■ : -, f First row, left to right: Shirley Meyer, Nancy Rismiller, Mary Lois Edwards, Sylvia Brit t, Peggy Morrow. Second row: Ray Fountain, Bill Chapman, June Rodgers. Third row: Mrs. Carson, Irene Crews, Don Gold, Louis Powell, Bill Moyle, Joe Sparling, Taiichi llkerani. OFFICERS BILL CHAPMAN __ president IRENE CREWS .. .. vice-president PEGGY MORROW secretary BAPTIST STUDENT UNION The Baptist Student Union is an organization for Baptist students in institutions of higher education and functions in and through the Baptist churches. It seeks to promote spiritual development through Christian camaraderie, Bible Study, recre- ation, church-membership, prayer-mates, singspirations and de- nominational loyalty. The BSU leads in Youth Night at one of the Negro churches, visits regularly the Tuberculosis Hospital, the city jail, and the Federal Correctional Institution at Tallahassee. BILL CHAPMAN Page 184 NEWMAN CLUB The Newman Club, an affiliate of the National Council of Catholic Youth, was established as the Catholic student organi- zation for all students attending secular colleges and universities. Its purpose is to provide a program to guide and assist the Catholic in all phases of student life. For this reason, the Newman Club has spiritual, intellectual, and social aims. All students are automatically honorary members and are encouraged to par- ticipate actively. BOB ELLIOTT OFFICERS BOB ELLIOTT president JAMES MATHER .. .vice-president BARBARA LYNCH . secretary CATHERINE FRIEDHEIM treasurer First row, left to right: Hermann Stoller, Hilgert Edwards, Dale Bowlen, Mary Moran, Helen Dardis, Nancy Barton, Rosaria M Polizzano. James Mather, Robert Elliott. Second row: Jean Bleichner, Mary Lou Snook, Barbara Ready, JoAn Beranek, Ella Jo Bilinski, Catherine Friedheim, Roberta Kienzle, Eleanor Gato, Nancy Dvorak, Rosemary Hollander, Rev. Wm. J. Weinheimer. Third row: Louis Schlitt, Len Koeth, Robert Melcher, Gilbert Fernandez, Wayne H uddleston, Marvin Elsenpeter, Frank Bryan, John Clements, Robert Schlitt, Charles Jacobs, Joe Neggers, Harold DeLorey. Fourth row: Joseph Stigmeir, Kay E. Pritchard, Patricia Pellicer, Bitsy McKeown, Esther Friedheim, Joan Rinehart, Gayle Allard, Marty Cuervo, Martha Hughes, Marie Rendueles. p First row, left to right: Connie Long, Beth Titterton, Beverly Perkins, Charlotte Bodamer. Second row: Ann Wall, John Wave, Bert Miller, Reverend Waller. Third row: Jack Watson, Lucille Turnage, Sonny Daye, Cynthia Maxon, Ken Bowman. CANTERBURY CLUB OFFICERS BERT MILLER president JOHN WAVE . __ vice-president ANN WALL- .-.secretary SPENCER ROADS treasurer REVEREND HARCOURT WALLER chaplain The pro ' s and con ' s of almost every subject imaginable were discussed by the members of the Canterbury Club, the Episcopal student group. The Sunday night meetings were highlighted by the serving of dinner, the exchange of views, and occasionally by the visits of Odysseus, Reverend Waller ' s opinionated Dal- mation. Early in the Fall semester, a picnic by the Gulf sup- planted one of the regular meetings. Collaborating on " how to roast hot dogs " were President Bet ram Miller, Veep John Wave, Secretary Ann Wall and Treasurer Spencer Roads. Page 186 OFFICERS BARBARA COOPER president EVELYN MOLL vice-president ESTHER JONES recording secretary LOIS TICHENOR treasurer WESLEY FOUNDATION METHODIST STUDENT ORGANIZATION First row, left to right: Joyce Weatherup, Jan Kaminis, Phyllis Keen, Mary Ann Hower, Mary Leigh Liston, Iris Hubbard. Second row: Esther Jones, Marie Locker, Evelyn Moll, Marian Benson, Love Scarborough, Barbara Cooper. Third row: Pat Wolfe, Allen Crowell, Austin Hollady, Tom Borbaree, Jim Soles. Not pictured: Jane Chapman, Charlotte Patten, Phyllis Patten, Jane Soper, Polly Swain, Rod Smith, Liz Graves, Martha Grizzard, Larry Keck, Pierre Kilbourn, Max Kilbourn, Bob Crenshaw, Coyle Moore, Harriet Lowe, Dalton Howard, Susan Weisenbarger. WESLEY PLAYERS First row, left to right: Nancy Worrall, Cherry Corbin, Francis Wilson, Marie Locker, Sara Lillian Hobbs, Jane Morris. Second row: Faye Pierce, Barbara Wood, Mary Leigh, Mary Lou Campbell, Fran Berry, Frace Miller, Barbara Chambers. Third row: Lamarr Trott, Richard Percoco, Marvin A. McKinney, Paul Allen, Dalton Howard, Walter Saric. OFFICERS MARY LOU CAMPBELL president MARY LEIGH LISTON vice-president CORNELIA RODDENBERY secretary MARTY KING treasurer Page 187 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE The Christian Science Student Union is the organization on campus which unites members of their faith in closer bonds of fellowship. The group holds regular devotional services, and sponsors Christian Science lectures on campus. In addition they maintain a study room where all authorized Christian Science literature may be read, borrowed, or purchased. OFFICERS FRANKLIN FRAZLER ... president ROSEMARY YARR ... vice-president JOAN CARPENTER... .. secretary BILL WRIGHT treasurer FRANKLIN FRAZLER First row, left to right: Joan Carpenter, Sue Lowell, Rosemary Yarr. Second row: Frank Frazler, Bill Wright. Third row: Carol Hummel, Betty Joyce Wilson, Elaine Dick, Bob Arlt, Mrs. Anna Goodrich, chapeone; William Catledge, Philip Hunt, Mysie Surguine. First- row, left to right: Nancy Johnson, Dee Entenza, Carol Devore, Lois Buchholtz, Alice McDonald. Second row: Mary Simmons, Sheila McGinty, Graham Carothers, Diane Latimer, Miss Wilson, Joy Auten. Third row: Sue Fain, Jim Atwood, Karl Mohr, Gary Campbell, Lisbeth Stainer. WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP OFFICERS GRAHAM CAROTHERS president SHEILA McGINTY ... vice-president DIANE LATIMER. .secretary-treasurer The Westminster Fellowship is composed of all FSU students who care to affiliate with the Presbyterian Church. All Sunday- activities are held at the First Presbyterian Church and week- day activities are held at the Westminster House. Thev trv to vary the program enough to reach all students who are affiliated with the Fellowship. It includes choir work, morning Bible studv group, evening devotions, supper programs, conferences, retreats, work parties and programs. GRAHAM CAROTHERS President Page 189 OFFICERS ALLAN CORDISH president JUDY NAFTULER vice-president ALLAN MARCUS secretary DIANE WEXLER treasurer HILLEL FOUNDATION MEMBERS: Mimi Greenberg, Edith Prague, Enid Pearlman, Edith Ura, Dot Breslau, Claire Green, Esther Kirk, Marilyn Lowitt, Joy Brasch, Gene Gertz, Boris Gertz, Joe Schor, Sandy Schor, David Remm, Norman Lieberman, Sheldon Torn, George Goldstein, Norman Zuroff, Jerry Klonsky, Searle Selman, Al Godsky, Steve Kleid, Jerry Bernstein, Sheldon Kamilar, William Blumer, Moses Chira, Larry Block, Bob Flitman, Jack Schlossberg, John Boardman, Jerry Rosen, Jerry Levine, Leon Cutler, Morton Lamer, Eva Sass. GAMMA DELTA LUTHERAN STUDENTS ORGANIZATION First row, left to right: Mary Jane Marriott, Dorothy Stevenback, Cassie Love, Doris Burr. Second row: Judy Rehard, William Hofman, Reverend R. P. Lehmann, Pauline Hecht, Ruth Boda. Third row: Eleanor Koerber, Daren Dixon, David Reinhardt, Richard Lehmann, Willi Gutsch, Arlieda Ries. OFFICERS WILLIAM HOFMAN president PAULINE HECHT vice-president RUTH BODA secretary JUDY REHARD treasurer Diane Wright on The Web GLENN " JACK " HASKIN Coach JIM DeCOSMO Assistant Coach CIRCUS Circus is Always in Season at Florida State University That ' s right, Circus is always in season at Florida State University. The smell of sawdust and rosin, the clowns, the daring aerialists, tight-rope walkers, and adagio acts; these and many more are the criteria of any circus, and so it is at FSU. But here it ' s not the Barnum and Bailey type of circus. Our performers aren ' t professionals, they ' re everyday students. They ' re either taking circus as part of the Physical Education program, or have succumbed to the lure of the " Big Top " and are testing their skills with acts and equipment similar to those used by the professionals. Flying Higli is the product of long hours of hard work by coaches Jack Haskin and Jim DeCosmo. Coach Haskin began the first circus activities class in 1947, and since then it has grown until today Flying High is the only student circus of its kind in the country. Its fame has spread through- out the Southeast, until now, this year, the FSU Circus troupe has received national recognition. Joyce Hicks and Les Childs on the trapeze % 1 On March 31 the troupe presented their show on the Sealtest " Super Circus " program from Philadelphia, over a national television network. Heretofore they had thrilled crowds over the entire south, but now people from coast to coast were aware of the tremendous feats of skill, daring, and precision enacted by students of Florida State. This chance to travel and perform for people is the only " glory " at- tached to circus performance. Since circus isn ' t a " sport " like football or basketball, students who spend long hours on the practice lot don ' t receive a school letter to wear on a sweater. Circus is labeled as an " activity. " But outstanding performers are awarded two- and four-year medals as recognition for their achievement. But there ' s something to the circus that just can ' t be matched by a varsity sport. There ' s no press of competition here; it ' s the development and skill and timing, boys and girls alike; everyone is in it for the fun and satisfaction of accomplishment they receive from it. Flying High has become Florida State University itself; unmatched, unequaled and outstanding. Faye Moses on The Web j.,--i, f Veteran troupers Faye Moses and Charlie Matthews perform The Iron Jaw ' 4 Sue Herndon balances on the trapeze Bill Durham, Fred Brinkhoff and Ruth Whittle in the Breakaway Jim Byrd, Ruth Ann Whittle and Joe Blanton 1 t ■ ■ , ft Dutch Martin and Betty Lou Whittle on the Rolla-Rolla READY FOR THE BIG SHOW. Nancy Steck, Pat Harris, Pat Weeks, Gail Hanshaw and Arlene Schmitt Charlie Matthews, Ed Wycoff and Roddy Andrews use Gail Hanshaw as a jump rope in the Quartette Adagio Charlotte and Phyllis Patten and Betty Lou Whittle select costumes for the next act " Hungry, sonny? " Adagio Trio — Bill Durham, Sue Herndon and Dutch Martin There ' s more to Circus than just the show The Skating Whirlwinds — Pete Wooten, Jim Haywood, Pat Weeks and Gail Waterman What Circus is complete without its clowns? Tom Waits, Butch Reese, Ed Wycoff, Jackie Fortune and Buddy Jordan make up the Flying High Crazy Crew Can this be Emmett Kelly? Tom Waits presents the Flying High version of that famous Barnum and Bailey clown. Opposite page: John Mabee, agile catcher in the daring Flying DeCosmos high wire act, demonstrates the skill of the troupe with (top to bottom) Gail Hanshaw, in a pirouette; Arlene Schmitt in a pass-over; clown Jackie Fortune, and Ken Hearn. This feature has long been the highlight of the Flying High show. John Mabee ' s tremendous strength and timing has been the backbone of the act for four years; it has been this criterion which has made the Flying DeCosmos and the FSU Circus unique and unequalled throughout the United States. Page 196 i 4 The entire 1955 Gymkana crew: gymnasts, chorus, actors, coaches, stage hands, and a few gorgeous gals for moral support. Barbara Ann Vickers plans the choreography for the Gymkana show, and Cuban Olympic ace Ra- fael Lecuona takes care of the gymnastics end. GYMKANA The Latino chorus: first row, left to right — Beverly Cude, Lynn Fizell, Gerry Lehner, Barbara Rynski, Alma Essig, and Boots Nessel- rod. Second row: Sid Smith, Judy McCoy, Janice Eberly, Barbara Ann Vickers, Rosemary Hollander, Sally Reiss and Pat Hardy. And, of course, the usherettes: left to right— Suzie Fisher, Frances Carey, Gloria Harris, Barbara Lee, Mary Ann Snead, Jeanie Caden- head Gail Moody, Malinda Marshall, Janice Grosser Caryl Beal and Barbara Brooks. I Gymkana is a combination beauty contest, gymnastic-adagio exhibition, chorus and nite-club extravaganza. It ' s not professional; it ' s all done for the enjoyment and entertainment of both participants and spectators. And it ' s not just a once-a-year affair. The Gymkana crew are constantly at work; it ' s the skill and precision of the gymnast with a little showmanship and frivolity thrown in to make it unique to the FSU campus, and fast becoming nationally recognized. The work the gymkana men and women do with the Tallahassee youngsters. The Tumbling Tots, has received recognition on Walt Disney ' s show, Disneyland, and RKO Pathe did a world-wide release recently based on the Gymkana show. It was called Gym College. This year ' s Gymkana show was called " Latino, " and featured a Latin American theme. The FSU gymnasts, top-ranking among American gym teams, gave an exhibition of gymnastic skill that held their audience breathless, and then brought the house down with applause as they paced the Tumbling Tots through acrobatic dances and tumbling acts. Reigning over Latino was the 1955 Gymkana Queen, Alice Sullivan, and her court, Linda Jones and Joan Zorbaugh. Co-chairmen for the show were Rafael Lecuona and Rarbara Ann Vicers. General manager, Rarbara Rynski. An act like this one looks so simple when gymnastic stars Rafael Lecuona, Jack Miles, and Don Holder do it. Gymkana Queens, past and present. Left to right: 1954 Queen, Faye Anthony, 1955 runner-uo Jonn Zo baugh, Queen Alice Sulli- van, and Linda Jones. All these lovely girls were hopeful of being the 1955 Queen. First row, left to right: Layte Bowden, Barbara Barrows, Ruth Shuman, Karen Bedinger, Barbara Hagen, Joan Zorbaugh, Barbara Emmett, Jackie Stecker, Honey Flem- ing, Linda Jones, Barbara Hendrix. Second row: Alice Sullivan, Anita Anderson, Doris DuPuy, Margaret Ann Bollinger, Pamela Duke, Frances Layton, Jo Ada Williams, Beth Johnson, Jean Bleicher, Ann Munroe, Margaret McLean. BLITHE SPIRIT. Left to right: Carolyn Brown, John Davis, Katharine Culpepper, Bud Green, Michael Moss MR. PIM PASSES BY. Left to right: Mariorie Tindell, Eb Thomas, Lee Hildman, John Anderson, Carolyn Brown MR. PIM PASSES BY CAST Ann Elizabeth May Mr. Carraway Pim Lee Hildman Dinah Carolyn Brown Brian Strange ___. John Anderson Olivia Marden Marjorie Tindell George Marden Eb Thomas Lady Marden _ Cecil Tracy SPEECH BLITHE SPIRIT CAST Edith (a maid) Jacquelen Thomas Ruth Carolyn Brown Charles John Paul Davis Dr. Bradman Elvin Greene Mrs. Bradman - Michael Moss Madame Arcati Katharine Culpepper Elvira Norma Lee Trippodo HAMLET. Katharine Culpepper and Eb Thomas Page 200 I MY THREE ANGELS Left to right: Carolyn Brown, Lee Hildman, Eb Thomas, John Anderson PRODUCTIONS MY THREE ANGELS CAST Felix Ducotel Joe Hull Emilie Ducotel Marjorie Tindell Marie Louise Ducotel Carolyn Brown Mine. Parole ... .. Leona H. Shirey Joseph.. . Lee Hildman Jules Eb Thomas Alfred John Anderson Henri Trochard George Goldstein Paul Max Estes Lieutenant Virgil Austin Adolphe The dramatic productions of the FSU speech de- partment range from light comedies by Coward and Priestly, to Shakespearian dramas. As a source of entertainment for a student body whose tastes range from the frivolous to the serious, these productions are second to none. The goal of the speech department in making pro- vision for these productions is two-fold. First, they provide the campus with a wide variety of theatrical productions and promote the general culture of the student body. And secondly they provide laboratory experience in dramatic technique to all interested students. Participation is not limited to speech majors, and amateur thespians from all divisions of the university take part. This year ' s season was under the direction of Dr. Lynn E. Orr and Dr. Paul W. Davee. Beside the performances pictured on th ese pages the depart- ment produced An Inspector Calls, Ah, Wilderness, and Ibsen ' s Ghosts. HAMLET CAST Francisco .. .. Walter Sario Bernardo Bon McCall Horatio Bill Kins Marcellus Gordon Pschirei Claudius Franklin Adams Laertes ._ John Anderson Polonius . .. Don Spive) Hamlet .. .. Eb Thomas Gertrude Katharine Culpepper Ophelia Nancy Adams Ghost Franklin Adams Beynaldo Walter Saric Bosencrantz Alan Marcus Guildenstern . . Kent Schroeder 1st Player .. Max Estes 2nd Player .. .. Bonald Webb 3rd Player Vince Tata 4th Player. Dick Crawford Fortinbras . John Ficklin Captain John Davis Messenger .. Jack Terwilliger Osric Ed Franklin 4 Captains- John Davis, Dick Crawford, Walter Saric, Max Estes Lords and ladies of the court: Gor- don Pschirer, Bon McCall, Bonald Webb, Inia Jean Pruitt, Barbara Bynski, Vernell Vinzant. HAMLET. Left to right: Nancy Adams, Don Spivey, John Anderson, Katharine Culpepper, Franklin Adams Page 201 ARTIST SERIES The Artist Series is designed to bring to the students out- standing personalities whom thev might not ordinarily be in a position to see. Its intention is cultural, entertaining, and consti- tutes an integral part of campus life. During the 1955-56 school year such renowned groups as the internationally famous United States Marine Band, the pride of the Corps, which has played for United States Presidents, and numerous heads of states. Anna Russell, famed commedienne; the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of Antal Dorati, a long-time friend of FSU ' s own Ernst von Dohnanyi ... all combined to give FSU students a well-rounded Artist Series program. ANNA RUSSELL Debaters from Cam- bridge provide Beverly Duperrouzel and Tom Woods with a little sideline entertainment SPEECH FORENSICS Throughout the southeastern states, and in Pennsylvania and New York, the Varsity Debate Squad represented FSU with honor and success, as numerous trophies and certificates will attest. Tournament competition opened at the Alabama Discussion Conference where Arnie Greenfield won a certificate of excellence. In tournaments at Gainesville and Miami, FSU debaters ranked high both individually and as teams. The FSU debaters showed flying colors in the All Southern, West Georgia. FSU Invitational, and Seventh Annual International Debate where Woods and Duperrouzel engaged Cambridge University of England in a split-team debate. FSU DEBATE TEAM: First row, left to right, Laura Ley Alexander, Leeanne Reetz, Jean Bleichner, Nants Harvard. Second row: Francis Annis, Norma Trippodo, Dr. Gregg Phifer, Betty Flory, Arnold Greenfield, Jeannette McLendon. Third row: Karl Allen, Fred Roberts, Tom Woods, Robert E. Martin, L. A. Hester. : " --- " ■ ' " .. ■ ' " " ? ■ " £Vl™ Willi G R E E K S Page 206 INDEX TO GREEKS SORORITIES Pan-Hellenic Council 208 Alpha Chi Omega 210 Alpha Delta Pi 212 Alpha Gamma Delta 214 Alpha Omicron Pi 216 Alpha Xi Delta 218 Chi Omega 220 Delta Delta Delta 222 Delta Gamma 224 Delta Zeta 226 Gamma Phi Beta 228 Kappa Alpha Theta 230 Kappa Delta 282 Phi Mu 234 Pi Beta Phi 236 Sigma Kappa 238 Zeta Tan Alpha 240 • W FRATERNITIES Inter-Fraternity Council 244 Alpha Tan Omega 246 Delta Tan Delta 24S Kappa Alpha Order 250 Kappa Sigma 252 Lambda Chi Alpha 254 Phi Delta Theta 256 Phi Kappa Tan 258 Pi Kappa Alpha 260 Pi Kappa Phi 262 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 264 Sigma Chi 266 Sigma Nu 268 Sigma Phi Epsilon 270 Tau Epsilon Phi 272 Theta Chi 274 i MARION BENSON MEMBERS ANN BOHLER .. .. Alpha Chi Omega JOANN LAMBERT ..Alpha Delta Pi JOAN COLEMAN.. .. Alpha Gamma Delta BARBARA GREENE _ Alpha Omicron Pi BARBARA MOORE ... _. Alpha Xi Delta JAN DAVIS .. Chi Omega SUZIE FISHER . Delta Delia Delta SALLIE GLADDING ... .Delta Gamma JANET ROGERS ... ..Delta Zeta IRENE RODRIGUEZ .. ...Gamma Phi Beta IRWIN WEISSENBORN Kappa Alpha Theta SHIRLEY MORGAN... ..Kappa Delta SUE CORNETTE. Phi Mu JEAN TEDDER Pi Beta Phi ANN MARKHAM... ..Sigma Kappa JOAN HARMON ... .. Zeta Tau Alpha P A N H E L I ANN KELLY CHARLOTTE LUCY OFFICERS MARION BENSON Kappa Alpha Theta... President ANN KELLY... ...Zeta Tau Alpha ... ...Secretary CHARLOTTE LUCY Delta Gamma Treasurer Page 208 PANHELLENIC CREED We, the fraternity women of America, stand for preparation for service through character-building inspired in the close contact and deep friendship of fraternal life. To us, fraternity is not the enjoyment of special privileges, but an opportunity to prepare for wide and human services. We, the fraternity undergraduate members, stand for good scholarship, for the guardians of good health, for wholehearted cooperation with our college ideals for student life, for the maintenance of fine social standards, and the serving, to the best of our ability, of our c ollege community. Good college cit- izenship as a preparation for good citizenship in the larger world of alumnae days is the ideal that shall guide our chapter activities. H NIC COUNCIL MEMBERS: First row, left to right. Sue Cornette, Joan Coleman, Irene Rodriguez, Irwin Weissenborn, Suzie Fisher. Second row: Bar- bara Green, Joann Lambert, Ann Bohler, Joan Harmon. Third row. Jean Tedder, Sa I lie Gladding, Barbara Moore, Jan Davis, Janet Rogers, Ann Markham. CAROL WELLS President ALPHA " Goodbye Landis, Hello Park. . . . " The new theme song of the Alpha Chi ' s. The walls of Landis Hall will no longer listen in on sorority secrets. Come next semester the gals will move bag and baggage into their shiny new palace on Sorority Row. Actives have begun to plan ahead millions of little projects for the forthcoming pledge s . . . dozens of shiny ashtrays to keep spotless. Months back the AChiO ' s broke out all the campus dignitaries to dig the hole for their new edifice. Someone handed V-P Martin a shovel, and Deans Warren and Oglesby added moral support. So, up it went. Red brick upon red brick. But not fast enuf for the fidgety wimmin-folk. Someone 1 suggested they ply their feminine charms on the constructioneers. Noontime luncheon parties for the plumbers and electricians. A sweet smile and dainty sandwich might get that wire strung faster, or that hunka pipe put in sooner. Strategy. " I don ' t think that door is in the right place this snazafrass here for? " Patience, carpenter, patience. watcha putting fc €S f ' " First row, left to right: Pat Dewberry Eubanks, Rena McBride, Mary Jo Githens, Elizabeth Caeron, Margie Margels, Pat Peters, Marlene Hayes, Carol Riley, Mary Lane Johnson, Barbara Jeffries. Second row: Marion Weaver, Barbara Bachman, Shirley Dal- las, Margie McCreight, Mary Catherine Freeman, Carol Wells, Carolyn Redfern, Dottie Sue Thompson, Nan Henley, Ann Bohler Third row: Lois Baker, Susan Strock, Doris Pulliance, Anita Madieros, Max ; ne Hannon, Carole Dailey, Faith Sappington, Louise Graham, Kathryn Parker, Jeri Bradfield, Anne Holcombe, Frances Bailey, Weta Ann Melton. Fourth row: Gretchen Oetjen, Anne McDonald, Frances Kovas, Pat Harris, Jackie Allen, Nettie Black, Kay Taylor, Susan Dalhouse, Ada Leigh Wall, Evelyn Greene. Page 210 i CHI OMEGA BETA ETA CHAPTER The new house on W. Park wBammm Strictly the house charm built OFFICERS CAROLYN REDFERN- ...first vice-president MARY CATHERINE FREEMAN second vice-president PAT EURANKS __ ...secretary DOTTIE SUE THOMPSON treasurer MEMRERS Jackie Allen, Rarbara Bachman, Ann Rohler, Jeri Bradfield, Mary Rindle, Nancy Counts, Carole Dailey, Shirley Dallas, Pat Dewberry Eubanks, Carson Edwards, Mary Catherine Freeman, Mary Jo Githens, Louise Graham, Maxine Hannon, Pat Harris, Marlene Jayes, Nan Henley, Mary Hill, Betty Hodges, Anne Holeombe, Bar- bara Jefferies, Rena Jane MeBride, Marjorie MeCreight, Margie Mangels, Pat Peters, Carolyn Redfern, Carolyn Riley, Joy Smiley, Sue Strock, Dottie Sue Thompson, Marion Weaver, Carol Wells. PLEDGES Ronita Ascoly, Francis Bailey, Lois Black, Susan Dalhouse, Kath- erine Davies, Evelyn Green, Mary Lane Johnson, Gertrude Knight, Fran Kovas, Anita Maduras, Weta Ann Melton, Nancy Mershon, Ann McDonald, Gretchen Oetjen, Katherine Parker, Doris Pulliam, Faith Sappington, Kay Taylor, Ada Leigh Wall. MISS JANE ADAMS Housemother Page 211 ALPHA MARGARET ANN YOUNG President The ADPI ' s played host to some unexpected guests one cold and wintry night in December, when the Tallahassee fire department ap- peared around midnight at the invitation of Mrs. Barrett, the ADPi housemother. The festive occasion was highlighted by the explosion of the temperamental ADPi furnace, which Mother Barrett had mistaken for a full-fledged four-alarm fire. Although disaster was avoided, the next three weeks were spent in a fiercely-fought cold war, as the girls huddled in blankets, coats, and earmufts in what looked less like the ADPi house and more like the Eskimo Pi house. The most adventurous event of the year, however, was the suc- cessful sortee against the SAE lion, which ended up feeling pretty blue about the whole matter. 1956 saw two additions to the house on W. Jefferson, a wonderful new housemother, and a new addition to the house, which was for- mally opened at a reception for Mrs. Frank Moor and Mrs. Leroy Collins. E55£T First row, left to right: Leewood Shaw, Kitty Kilner, Bobbie Plummer, Lib Wight, Mary Dupree, Emma Dexter, Anita Anderson, Billie Stokes, Gay Elwes, Pat Brady, Judy Burch, Sarah McKethan, Betty Ann Scherer. Second row: Jane Davis, Helen Carothers, Gretchen Kirchhoff, Carolyn Stephens, Carol Rodgers, Nancy Dvorak, Margaret Ann Young, Judy Hargrove, Jeannette Porter, Lequita Johnson, Jeannette McLendon, Jo An Bynum. Third row: June Mixon, Laura Ley Alexander, Denny Rourk, Jo Anne Lambert, Ann Riley, Sandra Moore, Peggy Greene, Sally Davenport, Jo Anne Suber, Kathie Johnson, Pat Rogers, Carolyn Ca- nova, Alice Sullivan, Linda Slaton, Beth Hooks, Joan Alexander, Mary Milsteod, Deborah Griffin. Fourth row: Pat Bastine, Sue Pendarvis, Madeline Elmore, Sally Lines, Mary Wilson, Serena Shad, Beverly Smith, Patty Houser, Betty Lou King, Jimmie Lee Pettey, Lynn Williams, Janie Pasquarello. Page 212 D E L T A PI IOTA CHAPTER il ADPI Chapter House Ummmmmmmmm, BOY ! MEMBERS Laura Ley Alexander, Anita Anderson, Nancy Bartlett, Mary Boyn- ton, Judy Burch, Jo An Bynum, Carolyn Canova, Helen Carothers, Sally Ann Davenport, Jane Davis, Emma Dexter, Nancy Dvorak, Peggy Greene, Debbie Griffin, Liz Hall, Judy Hargrove, Susan Hyde, Jane Jackson, Kathy Johnson, LeQuita Johnson, Gretchen Kirehhoft, Joann Lambert, Sarah Alice McKethan, Jeannette Mc- Lendon, June Mixon, Sandra Moore, Janie Pasquarello, Jeannette Porter, Ann Riley, Carol Rodgers, Denny Rourk, Betty Ann Scherer, Walda Stearns, Carolyn Stephens, Billie Stokes, Joann Suber, Alice Sullivan, Lynn Williams, Margaret Ann Young. PLEDGES Joan Alexander, Pat Bastine, Mary Dupree, Madeline Elmore, Gay Elwes, Ann Faireloth, Ruth Hamner, Jan Hester, Beth Hooks, Patty Houser, Kitty Kilner, Betty Lou King, Sally Lines, Mary Milstead, Ruth Bradley Munroe, Sue Pendarvis, Jimmie Vee Pettey, Bobbie Plummer, Patricia Rogers, Serena Schad, Leewood Shaw, Linda Slaton, Beverly Smith, Lib Wight, Mary Wilson. OFFICERS JUDY HARGROVE ...vice-president JEANNETTE PORTER.. ...secretary NANCY DVORAK .... -...treasurer MRS. S. E. BARRETT Housemother Page 213 BARBARA TRIBBLE President ALPHA The versatile Alpha Gams boasted of beauty, brains, and brawn during the 1955-56 year. Romantically speaking, the gals managed to snatch a pin from al- most every fraternity on campi, while simultaneously pulling down the highest grade-point average on campus for three semesters. Somewhere along the line brawn got the best of brain, and with rolled up sleeves and plenty of noise from the sidelines, the sustahs whupped-th ' -dickens out n the other fourteen sorority clubs on the green to snatch the intramural volleyball championship for the third consecutive year. Many swelled haids and sore fingers from polishing said trophy. Mother Rose saw the end of her 28th year as housemother for the livin ' dolls of 517 W. Park, but she thought seriously of making tracks when her chillun sprouted big black ears, and began chanting, " M-I-C, K-E-Y, M-O-U-S-E " and clawing for the best seats in front of the TV from 5 to 6 each night. An Alpha Gam just wuzn ' t an Alpha Gam until she had taken the pledge and been sworn into the Mouseketeers Club. Shades of ' 56! And Ye Ole Yearbook for 1957 will take on the feminine touch when Sustah Ayala takes on the mess left by one J. B. after he made tracks for South Florida. First row, left to right: Emily Phillips, Stephanie Gunderson, Carolyn Bolt, Ann Gates, Elinor Hager, Beverly J. MacKenzie, Ar- line Sargent, Doris Gregory, Sara Mann, Beverly Russell, Jackie Bird, Kay Jorden. Second row: Joan Cunningham, Lou Griffin, Ruby Jean Barker, Sue Brunson, Donna McNab, Joanne Anderson, Barbara Tribble, Betty Jane Bailey, Jane Zevin, Carol Ashley, Barbara Ayala, Scotty Dickinson. Third row: Ruth Johnson, Joan Coleman, Shirley Metz, Sylvia Hommer, Rae Sheldon, Jo Ellen McKnight, Mary Ann Lassiter, Nell Davis, Evelyn Moll, Barbara Emmett, Joan Shearouse, Beverly Davis, Patsy Schulstad, Jackie Hailey, Mary Sue Barnette, Betty Jean Folks, Dot Job, Ann Bullock, Gary McAteer. Fourth row: June Grant, Dot Cohn, Sally Lou Carlson, Pat Hartness, Sylvia Kearson, Sally Jane Williams, Barbara Keesler, Doris Roberds, Beverly Whitley, Mary Ann Smith, p aulme Chance, Ellen Rowe, Derryl J. Grace, Kitty Palmer, Rosemary Stephenson. Page 214 A M M A DELTA GAMMA BETA CHAPTER Alpha Gam Chapter House Hello, Hollywood ! OFFICERS ACTIVES Joanne Anderson, Carol Ashley, Barbara Ayala, Betty Jane Bailey, Ruby Jean Barker, Mary Sue Barneue, Sue Branson, Ann Bullock, Sally Lou Carlson, Dorothy Cohn, Joan Coleman, Joan Cunning- ham, Beverly Davis, Nell Davis, Ann Seott Dickinson, Mary Dough- erty, Barbara Emmett, Betty Jean Folks, Derryl Grace, Lou Griffin, Jackie Hailey, Dorothy Job, Ruth Johnson, Barbara Keesier, Karen Kimpel, Eleanor Long, Shirley Metz, Evelyn Moli, Gary McAteer, Jo Ellen McKnight, Donna McNab, Marlene Pittman, Carmine Ra- nieri, Doris Roberds, Patsy Schulstad, Joan Shearouse, Mary Ann Smith, Marilyn Squier, Rosemary Stephenson, Barbara Tribble, Beverly Whitley, Sally Jane Williams, Jane Zevin. PLEDGES Jackie Bird, Carolyn Bolt, Mary Bowen, Polly Chance, Lucille EnLz- minger, Martha Frazier, Ann Gater, June Grant, Doris Gregory, Stephanie Gunderson, Elinor Hager, Pat Hartness, Sylvia Hommer, Barbara Johnson, Kay Jordan, Sylvia Kearson, Mary Ann Lassiter, Marie Locker, Beverly Mackenzie, Sara Mann, Kitty Palmer, Emily Phillips, Beverly Russell, Arlene Sargent, Suzanne Saunders. Rae Sheldon, Pat Thornton, Barbara Watson, Betsy Youngblood. JOANNE ANDERSON. .. ...vice-president DONNA McNAB... ...secretary JANE ZEVIN treasurer !- MRS ROSABELLE GILLILAND Housemother Page 215 ALPHA When the showers go on late Saturday night, it is usually because some unlucky AOPi has been caught committing the unpardonable but understandable sin of kissing a boy on the first date. Cleanliness is stressed in other ways, too, one of them being " Kentucky, " a receptacle that receives any article of clothing left around the living room. Clothes may be reclaimed within three weeks for a quarter, after which time they are sent to the Frontier Nursing Home in Kentucky, an institution helped by AOPi funds. Dinnertime is a grueling event for Yankee pledges, who are often subjected to the indignity of standing and singing " Dixie " after meals. In addition to " Kentucky, " the girls also work at other philanthropic projects, such as making up Thanksgiving baskets and giving Christinas parties for children in hospitals. One other time-honored institution around the AOPi house is Mother Knox, who has been with the girls since they re-organized here at FSU in February of 1949, after a ten-year inactive period. BARBARA LYNCH President First- row, left to right: Shirley Harris, Shirley Paonessa, Nancy Hudgins, Prisci I la Barnes, Patricia Fury, Joanne Towles. Second row: Ella Jo Bilinski, Gerry Lehner, Gretchen Thompson, Greta Larsen, Sarah Fletcher, Laura Eiler, Jay Parcell, Gayle Gardner, Joan Woods, Barbara King, Lynn Shirley, Mary Catherine Casey. Third row: Elizabeth Dell, Angie Palermo, Barbara Greene, Lois Kuster, Evelyn Mahon, Hope Rachels, Nancy White, Linda Brinkley, Patsy Emerson, Rita Nelms, Barbara Toney, Irma Jean Burnsed, Betty Jean Woodham, Sue Guilford. Fourth row: Annette Fountain, Roberta Kienzle, Gloria Harris, Pat Leiman, Mimi Oglesby, Doris Casbon, Martha Hall, Sue Rogers, Carolyn Davis, Pat Warner, Sandra Hancock, Dixie Works. Page 216 O M I C R O N ALPHA PI CHAPTER p i «» AOPi Chapter House Holiday Hoedown MEMBERS Sue Allen, Ello Jo Bilinski, June Brown, Mary Burkholder, Mary Catherine Casey, Carolyn Davis, Murrie Durack, Laura Eiler, Sara Fletcher, Gayle Gardner, Barbara Greene, Shirley Harris, Pat Hil- ton, Martha Hall, Sandra Hancock, Ann Hitt, Jane Ellen Jones, Barbara King, Greta Larson, Gerry Lehner, Barbara Lynch, Evelyn Mahon, B. J. MeFee, Mimi Oglesby, Angie Palermo, Jalna Par- cell, Nancy Rockwood, Lynn Shirley, Gretchen Thompson, Joanne Towles, Joan Woods. PLEDGES Mary Lee Baldwin, Priscilla Barnes, Linda Brinkley, Irma Jean Burnsed, Doris Casbon, Elizabeth Dell, Patsy Emerson, Annette Fountain, Pat Fury, Sue Guilford, Gloria Harris, Nancy Hudgins, Roberta Keinzel, Pat Leiman, Rita Nelms, Hope Rachels, Sue Rog- ers, Barbara Toney, Pat Warner, Nancy White, Dixie Works, Betty Jean Woodham, Lois Kuster, Shirley Paonessa, Ann McConnell. OFFICERS LAURA EILER vice-president SUE ALLEN .. secretary MARTHA HALL.._ treasurer MRS. MARION D. KNOX Housemother Page 217 ALPHA In an entirely feminine-type residence, it ' s disconcerting, to say the least, to wake up and stare into the cold, lifeless eyes of a male, even if the male is only " Tom, " a life-sized mannekin who appears from time to time, usually at the most unexpected times, around the AXiD house. Tom is the favorite tool of the unavoidable practical jokers who are the bane and the life of every sorority house, Alpha Xi being no exception, and he may be found anywhere, at any time— in your bed, in the bathroom, and always in the midst of things. The femme fatales of Alpha Xi have banded together in a small exclusive cult called " The Town Torches, " composed of three sophs, three juniors, and three seniors, who have managed to date one man from at least twelve different fraternities. These girls are tapped every three months and wear tulips as the symbol of their fickle seductive charm. In a more serious vein, the sorority this year received the National AXiD Friendship Award of five hundred dollars, which went toward the purchase of a baby grand piano, and also performed their " You Are There " Homecoming skit at the Pow-Wow. LOUANNE SHAFER President 1 g. ' taa i oonoo • W P First row, left to right: Peggy Davis, Sally Ann Deiss, Betsy Voorhees, Barbara Ready, Claudette Carley, Lynette Linton, Doreen Thomas, Dorothy Emmett, Janice Jacques, Viera Bryan, Paula Staples. Second row: Nancy Cubbon, Ann Yeoman, Connie Roda- baugh, Corinne Mason, Joan Johansen, Aunt Ruth, Virginia Vaughn, Kay Kohler, Mary Elizabeth King, Patricia Wyatt, Barbarc S. Evans, Marjorie Tindall. Third row: Marilyn Phares, Jan Karminis, Joanne Kelz, Joyce Sims, Carol Keels, Sara Ann Whit- ing, Barbara Hughes Moore, Barbara Hammer, Ann Winter, Clare Bevis, Celeste Webb, Wanda Sue Owen, Gail Peter, Eleanore Irvin, Mary Page Williams, Linda Broderick, Sara McMillan, Marguerite Katscn. Fourth row: Barbara Bishop, Joyce Scarborough, Barbara H. Evans, Carleen Eddy, Virginia Richie, Peggy LeFever, Martha Lott, Stephanie Powell, Willa Bird, Beverly Welch, Lou- ise Petering, Gerry Puryear, Madge Strain, Joy Wilkins. Page 21 8 X I DELTA ALPHA OMEGA CHAPTER mn i Alpha Xi Chapter House AXiD Holiday OFFICERS JOAN JOHANSEN ... KAY KOHLER VIRGINIA VAUGHN. .vice-president secretary treasurer MEMRERS Mary Ann Albert, Linda Rroderiek, Anita Rrunson, Claudette Car- ley, Nancy Cubbon, Barbara Evans, Lois Friedman, Barbara Ham- mer, Barbara Hughes Moore, Eleanor Irvin, Joan Johansen, Jan Kaminis, Marguerite Katseh, Carol Keels, Mary Elizabeth King, Kay Kohler, Myra Anne Lay, Corrine Mason, Ann Murray, Wanda Sue Owens, Gail Peter, Louise Petering, Stephanie Powell, Gerry Puryear, Connie Rodabaugh, Luanne Shafer, Madge Strain, Mar- jorie Tindall, Marjorie Vann, Virginia Vaughn, Celeste Webb, Beverly Welch, Sara Ann Williams, Mary Page Williams, Ann J. Winter, Patsy Wyatt, Ann Yeoman. PLEDGES Willa Bird, Barbara Bishop, Joan Black, Viera Bryan, Sandra Col- ley, Peggy Davis, Sally Ann Deiss, Charleen Eady, Barbara Evans, Dot Emmett, Ann Hearne, Janice Jacques, Joanne Kelz, Peggy Le- Fever, Lynette Linton, Martha Lott, Sara McMillan, Marilyn Phares, Barbara Ready, Virginia Richie, Joyce Scarborough, Joyce Sims, Peggy Sledd, Paula Staples, Betsy Voorhees, Joy Wilkins. MRS. RUTH HILL Housemother Page 219 CHI LAVETRA ARMSTRONG President Although the CHI O ' s are glad to announce there are no skeletons in the closet, there does seem to he a slight matter of some Stray horse-bones in the kitchen. Apparently the less said about this the better, and probably the whole thing will be entirely forgotten when the girls move into their new house. Once again, the theme of the Chi O ' s was " My kingdom for a house. " This odd phenomenon, however, coupled with the companionship ot Randolph, a rodent of indeterminate classification who thrives on cake and ignores cheese, makes the Chi O " temporary barracks " a truly colorful place to live in. The seventeen actives who reside on College Avenue seem to thrive in this atmosphere though. So far they have survived the appear- ance in the house ot a dead otter, the collapse of a kitchen door, and a leak in the roof that allegedly trickles conveniently into the umbrella stand, which is emptied once a week. These facts, we are sorry to admit, are not altogether dependable, however— mere rumor. There is no doubt at all, though, that the Chi O ' s were active again this year, as is proven by their party with the Kappa Sigs for underprivileged children at Christmas, their reception honoring a new housemother, Mother bray, their plans and projects for their new house, and their presentation of the annual Dad ' s Day Trophy, all of which made the Chi Omega ' s forty-eighth year on campus a fine one. — - o ooqa o f First row, left to right: Jackie Douglas, Jane Anderson, Ann McConnico, Pat Smith, Jane Trimble, Ann Lazonby, Mary Jane John- son, Verna Lee Robertson, Betsy Roos Robertson, Virginia Tillman, Patty Mohlenrich, Nancy Fowler, Ann Key, Jinny Pepper. Second row: Jane Sisson, Mary Ann Martin, Phyllis Langford, Janice Cavis, Bettie Jane Woodward, LaVetra Armstrong, Tina Stahl, Ginger Smith, Barbara Christman, Sandra Scott, Pat Bennett, Liska Ahrano. Third row: Rodney Bishop, Betty Ann Chance, Jan Hinson, Bonnie Tapley, Gail Moody, Adrienne Daly, Mary Sue Thomas, Ann Purvis, Astrid Douglass, Mary Virginia Sale, Nancy Jones, Martha Grizzard, Love Scarborough, Sally Humphreys, Patty Walker, Tilly Murphree, Lolly Yaeger, Sandra Rhodes, Julie Moody, Wynne Wester. Fourth row: Madeline Johnson, Barbara McCartney, Alice McDonald, Elise Humphrey, Shirley Granade, Nancy Johnson Elaine Brewton, Anne Printup, Beverly Odom, Alison Templeman, Beverly Laurent, Sarah Hambley, Mary Dressier. Page 220 OMEGA GAMMA CHAPTER Chi Omega House Snap shot — Bunch o ' sweet kids OFFICERS TINA STAHL .. vice-president JANICE DAVIS . - .secretary GINGER SMITH .treasurer MEMRERS Liska Ahrano, Charlotte Alcorn, Jane Anderson, Mary Margaret An- drews, LaVetra Armstrong, Pat Rennett, Rodney Rishop, Elaine Rrewton, Retty Ann Chance, Rarhara Christman, Adrienne Daly, Janice Davis, Jaquie Douglas, Astrid Douglass, Mary Dressier, Jo- anne Fossey, Nancy Fowler, Anne Futch, Shirley Granade, Martha Grizzard, Sarah Hambley, Jan H ' nson. Elise Humphrey, Sally Hum- phreys, Madeline Johnson, Mary Jane Johnson, Nancy Johnson, Nancy Jones, Diane Kagan, Ann Key, Phyllis Langford, Janice La- nier, Reverly Laurent, Jane Lawrence, Ann Lazonby, Suzanne Linebaugh, Mary Ann Martin, Barbara McCartney, Ann McCon- nico, Alice McDonald, Patty Mohlhenrick, Gail Moody, Julie Moody, Tillie Murphree, Beverly Odom, Anne Printup, Sandra Rhodes, Retsy Robertson, Verna Lee Robertson, Jean Rush, Mary Virginia Sale, Love Scarborough, Sandra Scott, Jane Sisson, Martha Slayden, Ginger Smith, Pat Smith, Tina Stahl, Pickens Talley, Mary Sue Thomas, Virginia Tillman, Jane Trimble, Patty Walker, Nan Wigginton, Jonda Williams, Rettie Jane Woodward, Lolly Yaeger. MRS. MARIE BRAY Housemother Page 221 DELTA It ' s late at night, after the eleven o ' clock deadline, and all is dark and still inside the Tri-Delt house. Behind the closed doors of the house on Park Avenue, in the inner sanctum, meets the TV Club, watching the late show while the more experienced members deftly manipulate their knitting needles. It takes years for a Three-D pledge to get the knack of turning out those socks and sweaters while absorbing the nightly TV fare at the same time. The TV schedule must have been particularly thrilling when a few uninvited KA ' s, in a bold and miraculous coup, made off with the front door of the Tri-Delt house. The girls, completely caught off guard, by this surprise move, were stymied until the Kappa Sigs ap- peared with the door a few days later. How they got it is another and probably equally interesting story. Projects for the year included the granting of a Delta Delta Delta Scholarship for FSU women and a party given at Christmas for Negro children, an appropriate undertaking for the group named Hostess Sorority of the Year. The girls also won the Soap Box Derby this year with a stream- lined fraternity-made hot rod and a stream-lined sorority maid at the wheel. LOUANNE SELF President First row, left to right: Mysie Surguine, Ellen Catron, Beverly Ann Brantley, Mary Ann Parrish, Pat Starnes, Dianne Henry, Mary Anne Coleman, Judy Allen, June Lasseter, Shirley Derting, Anne Griffin, Sara Connell, Judy Hardenburgh, Emmy Buck, Jean Cadenhead, Carolyn Close, Shirley Cox, Paula Orr, Jane Putnam, Hester Wright, Marty Bethune, Nants Harvard. Third nings, Sandra Jones, Carol Collins, Loretta Lewis, Ann Dye, Marjorie Hicks, Susan Kirkconnell, Betty Bumby, Jane Soper, Meredith Gingles, Dot Young, Nancy German, Joan Hedrick, Ann Louise Justice, Mary Ann Benedict, Carol Roth, Carol Ann Brown, Bobbye Craig, Shirley Ison, Susie Fisher, Joy Auten, Alma Wandeck, Matilde Hume, Judy Dekle, Betty Ann Earl. Helene Sinclair, Barbara Buckels, Betty Cleary. Second row: Mary Margaret Dellinger, Louanne Self, row: Lucille Turnage, Jane Jen- Beverly Brown, Deborah Fennell, Frick, Jeane Wilson. Fourth row: Elizabeth Graves, Peggy Wright, Page 222 D E L T A D E ALPHA ETA CHAPTER L T A Tri-Delta House Roaring Twenties party for KA ' s OFFICERS MARGARET DELLINGER . vice-president CAROLYN CLOSE ...secretary PAT DEKLE treasurer MEMBERS Joy Auten, Marty Bethune, C arol Ann Brown, Emmy Buck, Betty Bumby, Jean Cadenhead, Carolyn Close, Carol Collins, Sara Con- nell, Shirley Cox, Bobbye Craig, Margaret Dellinger, Ann Dye. Deborah Fennell, Susie Fisher, Meredith Gingles, Meredith Glenn, Liz Graves, Judy Hardenburg, Margie Lou Hieks, Jane Howard, Matilde Hume, Shirley Ison, Jane Jennings, Sandra Jones, Susan Kirkeonnell, Loretta Lewis, Miriam Miller, Paula Orr, Joanne Poe, Jane Putnam, Carol Roth, Gray Sales, Louanne Self, Jane Soper, Ann Stephens, Joan Wadsworth, Alma Wandeck, Hester Wright, Peggy Wright, Dorothy Young. PLEDGES Judy Allen, Gerry Anderson, Mary Ann Benedict, Barbara Buchels, Ellen Catron, Betty Cleary, Mary Ann Coleman, Judy Dekle, Shir- ley Derting, Betty Ann Earl, Ann Frick, Nancy German, Ann Griffin, Joan Hedrick, Dianne Henry, Louise Justice, June Lassiter, Sallie Leuck, Kay Moon, Mary Ann Parrish, Pat Starnes, Mary Shantz, Helene Sinclair, Mysie Surguine, Jeane Wilson. MRS. ROBERT COLEMAN Housemother Page 223 DONNA RIDGE President DELTA After a long delay, the Delta Gams finally saw construction begin on their new house in 1956. Until it is completed, the girls must con- tinue to free-load around campus, operating from their base on the third and fourth floors of Gilchrist. With no house, they find them- selves in the somewhat enviable predicament that they can go to parties but can ' t give any, all of which probably bodes well for the sorority treasury. The girls can, and do, however, keep busy around campus. Projects include the Betty Coed and Joe College contests, sponsored in con- junction with the Pi Kappa Phi ' s, and reading to Miss Ernestine John- son, a blind FSU student, in connection with the sorority ' s national project— sight conservation and aid to the blind. The local chapter, established on campus in 1951, also managed to capture first prize for the most beautiful float at Homecoming, as well as the provincial award, presented in Atlanta, for initiating the greatest number of pledges from the pledge class. First row, left to right: Bobbie Anne Stang, Jackie Lopez, Cora Ann Manning, Gnil Byrd, Kay DeCubellis, Anne Stanley, Helen Dwelle, Bettie Jane Cook, Dorothy O ' Neil, Barbara Potter, Pat Hill, Delane Vincent. Second row: Louise Gillespie, Sarah Gibson, Margaret Donaldson, Jane Chapman, Imogene Williams, Margaret Ann Ballinger, Donna Ridge, Patricia Byrd, Margaret Gunter, Dianne Rowe, Eva Newman, Annette Richmire, Carolyn Jones. Third row: DeAnne Guthrie, Sue Shives, Betty Faye Horner, Jan Morrow, Liz Cerny, Jane Lewis, Sandra Smith, Kathy Erskine, Sal lie Gladding, Charlina Pierce, Connie Gibson, Pat Freeman, Emily Barnard. Fourth row: June Summerlin, Judy Abrams, Sylvia Willis, Judy Rogers, Patricia Pellicer, Joan Nicholas, Barbara Mentzer, Pat Milford, Jayne Rice. Page 224 GAMMA GAMMA MU CHAPTER :i£ - _ ' ' .;■ ' ,■■■■ ' ■■■■■ • ' % ... .. ' „ What ' s college without bridge? " Most Beautiful " Homecoming float awarded Delta Gam OFFICERS SHIRLEY HAMRLIN- ..vice-president IMOGENE WILLIAMS.. ...secretary PAT RYRD treasurer MEMRERS Judy Abrams, Nane Allen, Jackie Altman, Marion Ard, Margaret Ann Rallinger, Lois Bucholtz, Pat Byrd, Elizabeth Cerney, Jane Chapman, Carol Deuel, Margaret Donaldson, Louise Donaldson, Sarah Gibson, Sally Gladding, Margaret Gunter, Shirley Hamblin, Retty Faye Horner, Carolyn Jones, Jane Lewis, Charlotte Lucy, Jane Maclntyre, Jan Morrow, Eva Newman, Joan Nicholas, Pat Pellicer, Charlina Pierce, Sally Reed, Dianne Rowe, Annette Rich- mire, Donna Ridge, Judy Rogers, Carol Sapp, Sue Shives, Sandra Smith, Joyce Stevens, Imogene Williams, Sylvia Willis. PLEDGES Emily Barnard, Gail Byrd, Retty Jean Cooke, Kay DeCubellis, Helen Dwelle, Pat Freeman, Connie Gibson, DeeAnn Guthrie, Pat Hill, Jackie Lopez, Cora Ann Ma nning, Barbara Mentzer, Pat Milford. Doxie O ' Neil, Barbara Potter, Jayne Rice, Barbara Ann Stang, Ann Stanley, June Summerlin, Delane Vincent. Sister Maggie made Garnet Key Page 225 DELTA MARTHA BUSH President As spring crawled back under the covers and the academic year of 1955-56 holed out, FSU finally witnessed the grand opening of the new DZ house and the less-publicized liquidation of that select organization, the Delta Debs. This little group, formerly composed of the few lucky girls who lived in the old house off campus, was nullified and out-dated as soon as thirty-six happy DZ ' s over-flowed the beautiful, capacious new house, which features not only a balcony, patio, and chandeliers, but— a spiral staircase. The increased number of residents will undoubtedly swell the membership in the pipe-smoking Rachel Jackson Fan Club. It will undoubtedly create more of a hub-bub when the celebrated DZ cow- bell and fire alarm call in the strays at lock-up time each night. It will undoubtedly find even more coke bottles to slip under mat- tresses as weary DZ ' s try to sleep against the background hum of the hardy Two O ' clock Club in their nightly endurance contests to see who can stay up the latest. During the year, the girls got together and walked off with the Campus Sing trophy, with their " Tahitian Skies " and ' Little Worm, " and kept up their interest in the Tallahassee School for Exceptional Children and the Rest Home. o © o €1 f First row, left to right: Mary Birdie Howard, Susan Kelsey, Rose Ann Smeltzer, Joy Brower, Alyce Terry, Judith Linder, Sylvia Ann Warren, Amelia Sinclair, Patty Brazil, Betty Jo Bush, Janet Wissman. Second row: Janet Rogers, Kathy Hamilton, Harriet Rom- c ey, Jean Cooper, Betty Ann Pool, Cubye Ryals, Mrs. C. W. Dinwiddie, Martha Bush, Pat Robson, Margaret Miller, Shirley Bradbury, Jean Thompson. Third row: Susan Linden Helms, Jamie Conner, Katherine Davis, Martha Bunker, Evelyn Nettles, Beth McDonald, Peggy Wilson, Polly Heyward, Kate Ramsey, Virginia Robson, Barbara Spencer, June Hamilton, Reba Rehwinkel, Carol Johnson, Martha Sue Mizell, Rosemary Stainback, Martha Caryl McLeod, Georgene Leis Ann Welsh, Fourth row: Claudette Thackerson, Betty Sheppard, Joan Strickland, Mary Berkhan, Sue Moseley, Martha Marie Simmons, Catherine Peak, Chris Atlins, Janet McMullen, Berta Kambe. Paqe 226 Z E T A ALPHA SIGMA CHAPTER Delta Zeta ' s new chapter house Engineers one and all MEMBERS Peggy Arnow, Christine Atkins, Mary Berkhan, Shirley Bradbury, Martha Bush, Jean Cooper, Harriet Davis, Martha Douglas, Doris DePuy, Diane Estes, Sondra Colden, June Hamilton, Kathleen Hamilton, Polly Heyward, Carol Lee Johnson, Beth McDonald, Peggy MaeDougall, Margaret Miller, Martha Sue Mizell, Sue Moseley, Jane Newsome, Evelyn Nettles, Carole Ann Nydegger, Catherine Peak, Betty Ann Pool, Harriet Ramsey, Kate Ramsey, Janet Reed, Reba Rewhinkel, Patricia Robson, Virginia Robson, Jane Rogers, Cubye Ryals, Betty Shephard, Corrie Simmons Huff, Martha Marie Simmons, Barbara Spencer, Marilyn Spranza, Joan Strickland, Claudette Thackerson, Peggy Wilson. PLEDGES Patty Brazil, Joyce Brower, Martha Bunker, Betty Jo Bush, Jamie Conner, Katherine Davis, Susan Helms, Mary Birdie Howard, Su- san Kelsey, Alberta Kambe, Georgene Leis, Alyce Terry, Judith Linder, Martha McLeod, Janet McMullen, Alice Ross, Cynthia Sapp, Amelia Sinclair, Rose Ann Smeltzer, Rosemary Stainback, Jean Thompson, Sylvia Ann Warren, Ann Welsh, Janet Wissman. OFFICERS CUBYE RYALS -first vice-president BETTY ANN POOL... ...second vice-president JEAN COOPER .secretary PATRICIA ROBSON ......treasurer MRS. C. W. DINWIDDIE Housemother Page 227 GAMMA After only five years at FSU, the Gamma Phi ' s were right in th» thick of things, particularly with their philanthropic projects. The chapter sold poppies on Armistice Day for the American Legion Aux- iliary, supported two camps for under-privileged children, and made their annual Christmas donation to a charitable cause. Socially, the girls were always busy, invoked with open houses, the Founders ' Day Program, the weekly culture hour, parties, the Gamma Phi Weekend in February, the big Christmas Party and Serenade of Tallahassee Alumni, and the Gamma Phi Birthday Party on April 29th. MARY FRANCES HORN President BET " First row, left to right: Bette Cantrell, Joan Carol Thomas, Nancy Heacock, Irene Rodriguez, Judith Coulter, Carol Wesley, Phyllis Shaddick, Sylvia Smith, Barbara Nesselrod, Carol Cross. Second row: Carole MacCory, Barbara Driver, Bi I lie Ann Fol som, June Mc- Caskill, Mrs. Oren DeArmond, Mary Frances Horn, Phyllis Wesner, Betty Jo Haire, Barbara Brooks, Pennie Vinson. Third row: Sue Burkette, Pat Wilson, Grace Militello, Barbara Shelton, Alita Tomlinson, Sarah Gibson, Janice Cobb, Caroline Emery, Bar- bara Smith, Kathryn Sanchez, Jean Patterson, Connie Stuart, Dorothy Banchen. Fourth row: Marlene Wadsworth, Jo Thomas, ' Mar- garet Cox, Dottie Dodd, Grace Schmitt, Arline Schmitt, Betsy Green, Betty Sue Wrenn, Marjorie Ellzy, Carol Thatcher. Page 228 PHI BETA BETA MU CHAPTER «K Gamma Phi Chapter House Hurrah, the winnah! OFFICERS JUNE McCASKILL „ first vice-president FAYE MOSES second vice-president ENID TAYLOR. .secretary BARBARA DRIVER treasurer MEMBERS Barbara Brooks, Margaret Cox, Dorothy Dodd, Barbara Driver, Billie Ann Folsom, Joan Grantham, Betsy Green, Betty Jo Haire, Shirley Hall, Nancy Herold, Mary Frances Horn, Elizabeth Ann King, Carole Mac-Cory, Grace Militello, Faye Moses, June McCas- kill, Sandra McEwan, Joanne Robbins, Mary Roddenberry, Arlene Schmitt, Grace Sehmitt, Barbara Shelton, Enid Taylor, Carol Thatcher, Jo Ann Thomas, Alita Tomlinson, Penny Vinson, Phyllis Wesner, Sylvia White, Betty Sue Wrenn. PLEDGES Dorothy Bancher, Jean Barber, Sue Burkette, Bette Cantrell, Sandra Cleveland, Judy Coulter, Carol Cross, Joe Nell DeMilly, Sandra Echols, Marjorie Ann Ellzey, Caroline Emery, Sarah Dell Gibson, Nancy Beth Heacock, Mary Diana Johnson, Barbara Nesselrod, Ernestine Parker, Jean Patterson, Irene Rodriguez, Kathryn San- chez, Phyllis Shaddick, Barbara Jean Smith, Sylvia Lynn Smith, Connie Stuart, Joan Thomas, Marlene Wadsworth, Carol Wesley, Pat Wilson. MRS. OREN DE ARMOND Housemother Page 229 KAPPA The Theta ' s can proudly point out that their homecoming display- was the hottest thing to hit campus in years— the huge decoration ended as a pile of ashes in a freak fire some time during the night following judging and the girls were stumped for a suitable catch-line for this unique front, so they gave it up entirely. Gloom was usually blackballed from the Theta house, however, and the " Kat Kombo, " featuring drums, bass, piano, clarinet, and trumpet, often indistinguishable from one another, added to the se- dately scintillating atmosphere of the house on Park Avenue, usually with disconcerting but entertaining after-dinner music. The sorority, per usual, wielded a heavy hand in the political arena, and claimed five organization presidents and three members of Mortar Board, an exceptional record, particularly when compared with the fact that one of the girls was SAE sweetheart and two were included in the Homecoming Court. An Ice Cream Social was the gimmick decided upon by the girls to net money for the Campus Chest, and it was highly successful, as was their Christmas party, given with the Pi Kappa Alpha ' s, for un- derprivileged Tally kids. Another Theta project was a contribution to the Logopedics Institute in Wichita, Kansas, garnered through the sale of magazine subscriptions. LOUISE YARBOROUGH President OP ftO First row, left to right: Barbara Bertalet, Greta Sims, Laura Cheek, Beverly Perkins, Shirley Davidson, Joe Ann Bennett, Regina Fransescan, Nancy Jo Bowers, Sue Gunderson, Irwin Weissenborn, Valerie Rohs, Mitzi McCullough, Sally Mendenhall, Donna Hug- gins. Second row: Florence Ashby, Cynthia Vance, Jane Walker, Barbara Caldwell, Betty Willmon, Louise Yarborough, Bebe Bis- bee, Nancy Vaughn, Katy Dunlap, Jean Morgan, Suzanne Lally. Third row: Barbara Huckabee, Helen Amato, Marion Benson, Polly Swain, Desse Prichard, Jackie Stecker, Barbara Jean Little, Evie Morris, Ann Bragdon, Martha Grant, Polly Atwater. Fourth row: Layte Bowden, Mary Beth Roberts, Barbara Hendrix, Jeani Kitchens, Betty Douglas, Mary Cargill, Caryl James, Mary Louise Peacock, Linda Rollins, Julie Milam, Nellie Manda, Dee Entenza. Page 230 i ALPHA THETA BETA NU CHAPTER : -y U - v •SHSWJ- .y sfe- res 1 - J e v « ...:r, ; ' • ' -v. i:£a£ Theta Chapter House They can sit on my beach anytime! MEMBERS Helen Amato, Florence Ashby, Polly Atwater, Marian Benson, Bebe Bisbee, Layte Bowden, Barbara Caldwell, Mary Cargill, Liz Ann Cole, Tricia Cooney, Shirley Cooney, Shirley Davidson, Betty Doug- las, Katy Dunlap, Dee Entenza, Nancy Erickson, Marlies Gessler, Barbara Graham, Martha Grant, Alice Gunand, Caryl James, Nella Kelley, Shirley Kellogg, Jeani Kitchens, Joan Lee, Barbara Jean Little, Mitzie McCollough, June McManus, Jean Morgan, Nancy Muller, Germaine Murray, Eleanor Needles, Janet Nichols, Mary Louise Peacock, Beverly Perkins, Inia Jean Pruitt, Mary Race, Valerie Robs, Greta Sims, Sid Smith, Cynthia Vance, Nancy Vaughn, Betty Veal, Jane Walker, Anita Wall, Irwin Weissenbom, Carolyn Williams, Betty Willmon, Louise Yarborough. PLEDGES Joe Ann Bennett, Nancy Jo Bowers, Ann Bragdon, Glenda Briscoe, Laura Cheek, Regina Francescon, Sue Gunderson, Janie Haynie, Barbara Hendrix, Barbara Huckabee, Donna Huggins, Suzanne Lally, Nellie Manda, Sally Lou Mendenhall, Julie Milam, Patty Murphy, Desse Pickard, Mary Beth Roberts, Linda Rollins, Sandra Sears, Jackie Stecker. OFFICERS GERMAINE MURRAY vice-president MARLIES GESSLER recording secretary BETTY WILLMON. corresponding secretary BARBARA GRAHAM treasurer MRS. FRANK S. VERNAY Housemother Page 231 SALLY FUSSELL President KAPPA ' Twas a cold November afternoon, and the Homecoming crowd waited anxiously lor the parade to begin. The Marching Chiefs came by, and rated a cheer. Then came the Green Thing. A Worm. A long green worm, with white legs and red tennis sneakers on its feet. Its sign said Kappa Delta. The KD ' s had great fun building their BUG in the house, stuffin ' crepe paper, those long antennae and bugged eyes would wow the crowd the next day. Let ' s take it outside. Heavens to Betsy ... Sir Bug is bigger than the doorway! Oh well, KD ' s have beauty talent, who cares about their engineering. The gals got on the new house bandwagon and had themselves a beauty of a domain built on the corner. No front yard or parking space, but the house is swell. Then one day the KA ' s across campi were wondering what philan- thropic soul had sent them all this wonderful mahogany furniture. Tables, chairs . . . beautiful stuff being unloaded from the van . . . the Southern Gents asked no questions, they lugged the stuff upstairs. Then someone who could read saw a label: Kappa Alpha Chapter of Kappa Delta! Back into the van. Foiled again. The Kappa Dee gals broke out their git-fiddles, washtubs, and as- sorted crockery, and won first place in the Sigma Kappa Variety Show with their " Hick Band. " Fifty-two years on campi and never before such a display of talent. wszm - T33 Front row, left to right: Caroline Evans, Barbara Jones, Ann Murroe, Ann Widdon, Nancy Key, Sandra Stewart, Sally Glenn, Frances Townley, Kay Nielsen, Mary Lou Suhrer, Mimi Stokes, Lucile Massey, Betty Bolton. Second row: Betty Ann Johnson, Martha Mc- Ginnis, Pat Flynn, Deane Jackson, Emilie Judson, Shirley Morgan, Sally Fussell, Libby Ferguson, Lucia Nell Hopkins, Ruth Williams, Joan Cundiff, Cynthia Baskin. Third row: Sarah Monroe, Kay Davis, Hope Davis, Diane Kern, Susie Tyler, Susie Tope, Elaine Belvin, Joan Stecker, Shirleen Sasser, Jennie Lund Williams, Diane Stagall, Margaret Hcarn, Linda Arnold, Diane Latimer, Mary Anne Snead, Jean McLeod, Frances Ann Hearn. Fourth row: Majel Hinson, Patty Bruce, Gail Hicks, Patty Marley, June Anderson, Ben- nie Jo Cozart, Ruth Harvard, Marilyn Mason, Mary Rose Heintz, Jane Hicks, Vivian Bernheim, Betty Sue Graham. Page 232 DELTA KAPPA ALPHA CHAPTER Kappa Delta House Industrious KDs help out on their new house! OFFICERS SHIRLEY MORGAN ...vice-president LIBBY FERGUSON- ...secretary LUCIA NELL HOPKINS treasurer MEMBERS June Anderson, Virginia Anderson, Luida Arnold, Cynthia Baskin, Karen Bedinger, Elaine Belvin, Vivian Bernheim, Terry Secord Booth, Mary Carolyn Branch, Patty Bruce, Molly Cary, Bennie Jo Cozart, Joan Cundiff, Libby Ferguson, Pat Flynn, Jean Ford, Sally Fussell, Betty Sue Graham, Epsy Greer, Frankie Harrison, Ruth Howard, Margaret Hearn, Mary Rose Heintz, Connie Hen- derson, Gail Hicks, Jane Hicks, Majel Hinson, Lucia Nell Hopkins, Emilie Hudson, Deane Jackson, Betty Ann Johnson, Diane Latimer, Barbara Lee, Patty Marley, Marilyn Mason, Martha McGinnis, Ann Gravely McKinnon, Shirley Morgan, Sarah Monroe, Marsha Myrick, Martha Pate, Nancy Warner Reinhard, Shirleen Sasser, Mary Ann Snead, Tommy Stanley, Diane Steagall, Joan Stecker, Susie Tope, Ann Walker, Mary Wells, Jennie Williams, Ruth Williams. PLEDGES Ann Blake, Betty Bolton, Hope Davis, Kay Davis, Caroline Evans, Sally Glenn, Frances Ann Hearn, Toots Jones, Diane Kern, Nancy Key, Jean McLeod, Lucille Massey, Ann Munroe, Kay Nielsen, Kippy Noland, Sharan Pacetti, Sandra Stewart, Mimi Stokes, Mary Suhrer, Frances Townley, Susie Tyler, Ann Whiddon. MRS. E. C. SLEDGE Housemother Page 233 PHI CARLYEN RHODES President Into each life a little rain must fall, hut the PM ' s met their worst trouble because of a lack of water— showers, that is. For four weeks they beat a path across the street to Florida Hall each day, raincoats flapping, to beg a bath from their fellow female residents. It paid a Phi Mu gal to have a good memory last semester, for after each weekend the house had a new name painted on its front door, and she had to be sure she had the right domain. Of course the names just didn ' t happen to get painted on the house. Boys from down in the hollow were seen sneaking around the grounds at times, and it wasn ' t mice that stuck the " School of Business " sign in front of the house. Unexpected visits became sort of commonplace this year— a cow one time, a squealing pig another, and turtles among the bedclothes gave more than one sweet young thing a startled awakening. On the serious side the Phi Mu ' s continued their practice of spon- soring a Toy Cart for the kiddies at Christmastide, and they poured in aid to their special Korean War Orphan. " f - y ► ft 1 First row, left to right: Elinor Thompson, Pat Sexton, Anne Lamb, Jane Atkinson, Marilyn Madonia, Jeannette Puckett, Angela Am- brosini, Audrey Carter, Caroline Watt, Mollie Walker, Sandra Ingram, Anne Preston. Second row: Nancy Van Gleve, Joan Bra- den, Fleeta West, Melinda Brown, Shirley Burrell, Carlyen Rhodes, Marion Stephenson, Susan Tice, Joanne Brooks, Lisa Reno, Betty Ann Peacock, Anetta Spruell. Third row: Marilyn Bostwick, Carol Honeywell, Gynelle Johnson, Peg Wooten, Edyth Hampton, Trudi Perry, Suzanne Keefe, Ardis Liddon, Rosemary Garner, Sueanne Maxwell, Nancy Rountree, Penny Pennington, Charlotte Curry, Susan Murphy, Carolyn Colbert. Fourth row: Louise Travis, Peggy Ann Fernald, Jean Harrison, Carol Merriman, Sue Eastwood, Sue Cor- nette, Lucy Langston, Mary Oliver, Dorothy Walling, Jean Webb, Helen Deen, Barbara Roberson, Patty Tucker. Page 234 M U ALPHA EPSILON CHAPTER __ — m ll ; ' li-i M 11 • Iff p PSjSiiU,, ( ' . ipfe fe © : § . ' Phi Mu Chapter House A little cheesecake, girls OFFICERS MARION STEPHENSON vice-president SHIRLEY BURRELL secretary JOANNE BROOKS treasurer MEMBERS Connie Bassett, Toby Braden, Joanne Brooks, Melinda Brown, Shirley Burrell, Sue Cornette, Kitty Culpepper, Sue Eastwood, Nancy Ferguson, Honey Fleming, Rosemary Garner, Tina Gifford, Nancy Graham, Edie Hampton, Joey Hobson, Jean Fordan, Gynelle Johnson, Suzanne Keefe, Lucy Langston, Ardis Liddon, Suanne Maxwell, Mona Gay Miles, Betty Ann Peacock, Trudi Perry, Su- san Quarterman, Lisa Reno, Carlyen Rhodes, Nancy Rountree, Marion Stephenson, Dorothy Walling, Diane Weatherf ' ord, Fleeta West. PLEDGES Angela Ambrosini, Betty Jane Atkinson, Marilyn Elva Bostwick, Audrey Carter, Carolyn Colbert, Charlotte Curry, Helen Deen, Peggy Ann Fernald, Binnie Jo French, Jean Harrison, Carol Honey- well, Sandra Ingram, Carol Merriman, Susan Murphy, Mary Pen- nington, Ann Preston, Jeanette Puckett, Barbara Roberson, Patricia Sexton, Annetta Spruell, Elinor Thompson, Louise Travis, Patricia Tucker, Nancy Van Cleve, Mollie Walker, Caroline Watt. MRS. FLORENCE FARRISH Housemother Page 235 JOAN TAVEL President P I Obviously out-manned nine to nothing, a game Pi Phi team fought bravely to a standstill finish in the tension-filled " World Serious " Soft- ball game, played against an all-male all-star faculty team. There was solace in the loss for the Pi Phi ' s, however, who netted plenty dollars for the Campus Chest in this unique fund-raising event. Other projects for the year included Thanksgiving baskets made up for needy families, a Christmas party given for under-privileged children, as well as an Easter egg hunt for these same kids. Once again the gals of the golden arrow captured the intramural swimming championship, and this year added the Softball crown to their pack of trophies, which include three new sweetheart trophies as of this year. The Pi Pi lis celebrated their thirty-fifth year on campus with the usual much ado, including a big weekend and a trip to the beach, as well as parties for the pledges — A Yell-In in their honor on their first entry into the sorority and a surprise Halloween party. mzzr. n r o a o ft ® ftaO p r»f)D First row, left to right: Cynthia Lawrence, DeAnne Head, Betty Prather, Nancyanne Browne, Carol Uhlich, Jean May, Nancy King, Nancy Space, Chris Parmelee, Sue Throckmorton, Janet Phelps, Carol Traylor, Betty Jo Benzing, Sally Coulter. Second row: Sarah Boone, Dale Leary, Meredith Payne, Patricia Lynch, Mary Louise Dee, Audrey Carlton, Mary Stewart Bolton, Joan Tavel, Mary Shaw, Margaret Marsh, Sylvia Parrish, Ruth Ann Whittle, Jean Tedder, Patsy Stewart. Third row: Faye Anthony, Hazel Jackson, Glenda Sherrill, Dorothy Goodwin, Sally Copeland, Jeanette Garrett, Nan Chamberlain, Eleanor Sweatt, Donnie Hastings, Jeanne Magill, Priscilla Moss, Lucie Crossland, Mary Ellen Finley, Barbara Hagan, Dian Hoskins, Betty Hatton, Gloria Johnson, Sue Fain, Jane Davis, Joan Zorbaugh, Frances Carey, Marion Davis, Marilyn Yates. Fourth row: Pat Smith, Louann Burkhim, Nancy Camp, Betty Lou Whittle, Gail Hanshaw, Ramelle Ellis, Nancy Fogo, Patti Wiehrs, Sherry Cobb, Jean Hayden, Becky Glass, Ivy Carey, Ann George, Mary Ed Williamson, B. J. Jackson, Sarah Jane Griffin. rage 236 BETA PHI BETA CHAPTER •-;., Pi Phi Chapter House The " World Serious " softball gals OFFICERS MARY STEWART BOLTON _ . vice-president KATHERINE LINDLEY . recording secretary AUDREY CARLTON . .. corresponding secretary RUTH ANN WHITTLE treasurer MKMBFKS Fay Anthony, Mary Stewart Bolton, Sarah Boone, Lou Ann Burkhim, Frances Carey, Audrey Carlton, Sherry Cohb, Lucie Grassland, Jane Davis, Marion Davis, Mary Louise Dee, Sue Fain, Ann George, Becky Glass, Sarah Jane Griffin, Barbara Hagan, Gail Hanshaw, Barbara Hastings, Betty Hatton, Ann Hoffman, Betty Jane Jackson, Hazel Jackson, Janice Jarrett, Gloria Johnson, Dale Lean, Catherine Lindley, Patricia Lynch, Maggie Marsh, Priscilla Moss, Sylvia Parrish, Charlotte Patten, Phyllis Patten, Meredith Payne, Mary Shaw, Glenda Sherrill, Pat Smith, Mary Sid Stansfield, Patsy Stewart, Joan Tavel, Jean Tedder, Ruth Ann Whittle, Adi a Ann Whittle, Betty Lou Whittle, Mary Ed Williamson and Joan Zorbaugh. PLEDGES Betty Jo Benzing, Nancy Ann Brown, Nancy Camp, Nan Cham berlain, Sally Coulter, Ramelle Ellis, Nancy Fogo, Jeanette Gar- rett, Dorothy Goodwin, Deanne Head, Dian Hoskins, Nancy King, Cynthia Lawrence, Jeanne Magill, Jean May, Chris Parmalee, Nancy Space, Eleanor Swealt, Sue Throckmorton and Carol Uhlich. Pi Phi Circus gals on the Sealtest show Page 237 SIGMA Although ont ' letter was delivered to the girls this year addressed to Mr. E. K. House, the SK House is actually the sanctuary for the Sigma Kappa sorority. In spite of the fact that the house was also inhabited tor various lengths ot time during the year by a chicken, some fish, a squirrel, and a kitten named " Garbage, " it is still a very nice place to live in. In fact, since the installation ot an inter-com system, the project of the pledges for the year, it is an exceptionally nice place to live in, since the PA set-up cuts down on the endless shouts of " Tele- phone! " that shatter the atmosphere of most sorority houses. The pledges went even further out of their way to make life com- fortable around the house, by preparing dinner for the actives every Sunday evening, a custom that would undoubtedly be appreciated in many other houses. The Sigma Kappa Variety Show was once again one of the enter- tainment highlights of the year, and raised over $250 for the Campus Chest. As part of the sorority ' s national project, the girls also con- tributed to the happiness of local old folks, often forgotten in their Rest Homes and hide-aways, by sending them greeting cards during the course of the year. SARA ATKINSON President First row, left to right: Sa ' zane Stokes, Shirley Wood, Susie Hay, Susan Petree, Nancy Singleton, Marcia Guthrie, Kathleen Beehler, Sue Ford, Joanne Thompson, Lynn Markham, Nancy Denham. Second row: Joan Dorey, Nancy Buchan, Ann Gwin, Barbara Phelps, Donna Hardy, Sara Atkinson, Lillian Haavind, Char-laine Weeks, Martha Morris, Ann Markham, Dawn Sharp, Linda Brinson. Third row: Marjorie Moreland, Pat Smith, Ruthie Henshaw, Betty Ann McGowan, Janice Patricia Grosser, June Si I lay, Edmarie Muniz, Patti Copeland, Cynthia Maxon, Margaret Cameron Roberts, Rita Dollar, Martha Ann Adkison, Vicky Walter, Mary Wal- ter, Jeanyne Herring. Fourth row: Carolyn Webb, Jeannette Kent, Mary Ann Smith, Joyce Campbell, Beverly Alexander, Shirley Jackson, Sherry Whitley, Betty Benton, Anne Elliott, Kay Kelsheimer, Barbara Lee Pichard. Page 238 KAPPA OMEGA CHAPTER Sigma Kappa House Nighty Nite! OFFICERS MARY WILLIS .. first vice president LILLIAN HAAVIND .. .. second vice president CHAR-LAINE WEEKS . recording secretary DONNA HARDY ... treasurer MEMRERS Martha Ann Adkison, Reverly Alexander, Sara Atkinson, Retty Renton, Nancy Buchan, Joyce Campbell, Patty Copeland, Sandra Davidson, Ann Elliott, Janice Grosser, Ann Gwin, Lillian Haavind, Donna Hardy, Ruth Henshaw, Jeanyne Herring, Shirley Jackson, Ann Jergens, Rarbara Jones, Kay Kelsheimer, Jeanette Kent, Ann Markham, Cynthia Maxon, Retty Ann McGowan, Marjorie Moreland, Martha Morris, Edmarie Muniz, Jakie Pearce, Barbara Phelps, Rarbara Lee Pichard, Joan Prichard, Margaret Roberts, Dawn Sharp, June Sillay, Mary Ann Smith, Pat Smith, Mary Walter, Victoria Walter, Carolyn Webb, Char-laine Weeks, Pat Weeks, Sherry Whittley and Mary Willis. PLEDGES Kathleen Reehler, Linda Brinson, Nancy Denham, Joan Dorety, Sue Ford, Marcia Guthrie, Sara Ellen Hay, Ernestine Hewitt, Lynn Markham, Susan Petree, Nancy Singleton, Sa ' zane Stokes, Jo Anne Testa, Joanne Thompson and Shirley Wood. MRS. J. O. COSPER Housemother Page 239 Z E T A Probably their unprecedented sweep of awards at Homecoming, when they took firsts for their skit, their house decorations, and the most original float, as well as their supremacy in sorority intra- murals, did most to gain for the Zetas the coveted Delt trophy for the " Sorority of the Year, " presented at the Pan-Hellenic Dance. The ZTA Cake Walk in front of Westcott, which netted over a hundred dollars for the Campus Chest drive, was another feather in the girls ' caps. Except for a brief, wild rebellion of the pledges, who wreaked havoc around the house one evenmg and were duly forced to repent in order to regain their mail and silverware to eat with, the year progressed pretty much as usual. The same conversations were heard through the night on the second floor sleeping porches; the girls on the third floor " penthouse " managed to be pinned with amazing regularity, and Saturday re- mained the day of informality when the girls go native in bermudas and try to keep crumbs off the living room floor during their noon- time luncheons. JUNE YATES President First row, left to right: Selby Allen, Barbara Barrow, Sandy Sawyer, Ginger Connor, Ruth Starling, Malinda Marshall, Emily Regis- ter, Barbara Peace, Stephanie Swinford, Dottie Summers, Beth Bowen, Shirley Gooding, Peggy Buchanan. Second row: Ann Kelly, Rosemary Rhyne, Marie Wadsworth, Carolyn Pearson, Lucy Council, June Yates, Betty Gooch, Eileen Werts, LaQuita Renfroe, Crystal McRae, Billie Jean Beal, Nancy Craig. Third row: Mary Fenn Cawthon, Elizabeth McKee, Sylvia Mann, Barbara Harless, Joan Jones, Chris Ginocchio, Ruth Shuman, Sora Ann Coulter, Barbara Burkhardt, Kitty Wade, Denise Johnson, Julia Conkling, Janet Corley, Pat Finley, Sarah Umstot, Mary Margaret Meadows, Mary Margaret Williams, Betty Jane Otey, Jo Jones. Fourth row: Ellen Hicks, Barbara Neeley, Joan Harmon, Mary Powell, Nancy Lee Young, Ann Williams, Pat Peace, Sally Erickson, Frandy Dugan, Dawn Davis, Lola McDonald, Sherry Nichols, Neila Chapman. Page 240 TAU ALPHA BETA GAMMA CHAPTER ZTA Chapter House Gimme that Old Time Religion OFFICERS BETTY GOOCH vice-president SUE HERNDONL. secretary LUCY COUNCIL treasurer MEMBERS Selby Allen, Patsy Boulware, Mary Fenn Cawthon, Virginia Ann Cook, Sora Ann Coulter, Lucy Council, Nancy Craig, Frandy Dugan, Sally Erickson, Chris Ginoeehio, Betty Gooch, Barbara Harless, Joan Harmon, Billie Jean Beal, Sue Herndon, Denise Johnson. Jo Jones, Joan Jones, Ann Kelly, Lala McDonald, Ann McKee, Mary Margaret Meadows, Carol Owen, Pat Peace, Carolyn Pearson, Mary Powell, LaQuita Renfroe, Crystal McRae, Rosemary Rhyne, Jane Smith, Ruth Shuman, Sarah Umstot, Kitty Wade, Marie Wadsworth, Ann Wall, Ann Waters, Nancy Watkins, Eileen Werts, Ann Williams, Mary Margaret Williams, June Yates and Nancy Lee Young. PLEDGES Barbara Barrow, Beth Bowen, Peggy Buchanon, Barbara Buck- hardt, Neila Chapman, Julia Conklin, Ginger Connor, Janet Corley, Dawn Davis, Pat Findley, Shirley Gooding, Ellen Hicks, Sylvia Leybourne, Sylvia Mann, Melinda Ann Marshall, Barbara Neely, Sherry Nichols, Betty Otey, Barbara Peace, Emily Register, Sandy Sawyer, Ruth Starling, Dottie Summers and Stephanie Swinford. MRS. J. R. SCOTT Housemother Page 241 KA ' s Bill Rogers. Dave Smith and John Perry use gentle persuasion to get a Campus Chest donation from Susie Hay, Sigma Kappa, at the Rebel Toll Gate. Pi Phi ' s Joan Tavel, Sylvia Parrish, and Mary Stansfield get ready to do battle with the Profs in the PI Beta Phi-faculty baseball game. Mary Ann Parrish, Delta Delta Delta, drove the winning car in the first annual Soap Box Derby. The Tri Delt car was co-sponsored by P1KA. The Kappa Sigs went " a-feudin ' ' n a-fightin ' " in the Variety Show. Charlie Sizer (center i, looks like he ' s about to officiate at a shotgun wedding. Variety Show winners: Sally Fussell for Kappa Delta, Ed Franklin and Dick Puckett for Delta Tau Delta, are presented their trophies by Nancy Buchan, Sigma Kappa. This is the Pi Kappa Phi version of the " Rockettes " — did you ever see such grace? ' s fri . " r- -- A JIM RALSTON INTER - FRATERNITY I.F.C. MEMBERS. Left to right, seated: Bob Gulliver, Gale Port?r, Jim Joanos, Bill Neblett, Mark Casto, John Ware. Standing: Coyle Moore, Jr., Frank Beauchamp, Bill Brown, Jim Hardy, IFC Counsellor; Norman Burth, Don Schwartz, Bob Andrews. HK r v i , r 1 f %; ■ BILL NEBLETT GALE PORTER JIM JOANOS COUNCIL The Inter-Fraternity Council is an organization composed of the fifteen fraternities on the Florida State University campus. Each fraternity is represented by one delegate vested with the power to act for his fraternity, and all fraternities are bound by the rules and decisions of the organization. The purpose of the council is to act as a governing body of fraternities, promote better harmo ny and cooperation between fraternities, and advance the interest of the University at all times. One of the primary duties of I. F. C. is the estab ' ishing of rules relating to rushing, pledging, and initiation of fraternity men. In doing this the I. F. C. tries to insure fair- ness to the rushee as well as to each individual fraternity. OFFICERS JIM JOANOS - Sigma Chi President GALE PORTER - Phi Delta Theta... .Vice-president BILL NEBLETT - Theta Chi.. Secretary JIM RALSTON - Pi Kappa Phi Treasurei MEMBERS Bill Brown Bob Culliver..... Coyle Moore, Jr. Mark Casto John Ware __ Gale Porter Ray Hemann Alpha Tau Omega Delta Tau Delta Kappa Alpha Kappa Sigma .....Lambda Chi Alpha Phi Delta Theta Phi Kappa Tau Bill Neblett Frank Beauchamp Pi Kappa Alpha Jim Ralston. Pi Kappa Phi Norman Shipley ..Sigma Alpha Epsilon Jim Joanos ._ - Sigma Chi Bob Andrews Sigma Nu Norman Burth Sigma Phi Epsilon Don Schwartz.— Tau Epsilon Phi ...Theta Chi Page 245 ALPHA Since it was founded on campus here in 1949, Alpha Tau Omega has grown into one of the largest fraternities on campus, boasting over seventy members and including a large percentage of FSU ' s varsity football team. The ATO ' s have always ranked right up there in intra-mural sports, and for the past four years have been finalists in the annual Campus Sing. This year the boys started the custom of monthly combo parties, and capped their interest in jazz by personally bringing Woody Herman and his Orchestra to the FSU campus for two concerts that packed in the local color. Once again, Spring witnesses the big ATO weekend, with its beach parties and the impressive Orchid Ball, where every girl is presented with an orchid by her escort, an expensive but ad- mirable custom. VERNON EDGAR President ■ .-■■•■,j.- First row, left to right: Dick Wilson, Tom Munson, Bill Burkhardt, Frank Clayton, Clay Cogburn, Ted Henjum, Bob Hill, Jimmy Costin, Bob Jones and son, David; Chuck Fielding, Leo Baggett, George Register, Wally Morris, Gary Landrum, Mike Welchel, Franz Holt. Second row: Bob Jernigan, Phil Wieting, Gerald Davies, Richard Esposito, Bob Crenshaw, Vernon Edgar, T. Metts, Jr., Bill McKemie, John Craig, Hobo Ackerman, Bob Knight, Toby Lovern. Third row: Bob Cohen, Eddie Chalker, John Wilson, Leroy Gainous, Jock Rynerson, Bill Brown, Allan McCorkle, Ted Williams, Ronald Langston, Emmett Hardin, Ham Bisbee, Ray Young, Ray Reinhardt, Bob Fitzpatrick, Bud Leonard, Henry Conley, Billy Williams, Neely Alexander. Fourth row: Ronald Beliech, Jim Atwood, Jerry Hipps, Bob Casteel, Wally Delaney, Louie Bauerle, Millard Branning, Guy Revell, Jr., Leonald Voyles, Bud Williamson, Jim Moore, Ronald Smith, John W. Morris, Guy Millner, Jimmy Christo, Lonnie Padgett, Tom Speck, Joe Holt, George Jones, George Carver, Jerry Cigarran. Not pictured: Don Powell, Ray Staab, Lee Corso, Billy Shelton, James Booth, Tom Sawyer. Page 246 TAU OMEGA EPSILON SIGMA CHAPTER £ «« ? Alpha Tau Omega House Sing Brothers Sing MEMBERS Hubert Ackerman, Neely Alexander, Jim Atwood, Richard Art- meir, Lou Bauerle, Ronald Belieeh, Hamilton Bisbee, Millard Branning, Bill Brown, George Carver, Eddie Chalker, Bob Cohen, Lee Corso, John Craig, Bob Crenshaw, Gerald Davies, Wally Delaney, Vernon Edgar, Richard Esposito, Leroy Gainous, Vincent Gibson, John Griner, Emmett Hardin, Keid Hardin, Tim Harris, Lon Hatton, Joe Holt, Gerald Kelly, Ronnie Langston, Allan McCorkle, Bill McKemie, Talmadge Metts, Guy Millner, Jim Moore, Jim Oler, Don Powell, Ray Reinhardt, Guy Revell, Jack Rynerson, Tom Sawder, Ronnie Smith, Rom Speck, Ray Staab, Sidney Wilck, Billy ' Williams, Bud Williamson, Ellison Willis, John Wilson and Ray Young. PLEDGES Leo Baggett, Chris Bannister, Bob Barber, Bill Burkhardt, Jim Costin, Charles Fielding, Tom Feamster, Ted Henjum, Bob Hill, Jerry Hipps, Franz Holt, Billy Kelly, Toby Lovern, Wally Morris. Dess Oliver, Billy Pool, George Register, Ted Rodrique, Richard Taylor, John Vanderslice, Leonard Voyles and Dick Wilson. OFFICERS ROBERT CRENSHAW-. vice-president NEELY ALEXANDER secretary BOB COHEN treasurer MRS. BERNICE BRADSHAW Housemother Page 247 DELTA Once again the Delts performed the honors at the Pan Hellenic Dance, presenting their sterling cup to the Zeta ' s as the Sorority of the Year, a unique and worthy tribute. The Delt house, apparently the home for volley-ball All Americans, also houses two top-notch danc rs, who walked off with top honors at the Sigma Kappa Variety Show with their Charlie Chaplin version of the Cha-Cha. Delta Tan also received honorable mention for their " Skunk " entry in the Homecoming parade. The brothers teamed up with first the Alpha Xi ' s and then the AOPi ' s to stage two parties at Christmas and Easter, for under- privileged children in the Tallahassee area, and also received a scholarship award from the National Chapter for their outstanding scholastic achievement in 1955. The local chapter combined witli the one from Gainesville in staging a joint weekend, and climaxed the year ' s social events with the Rainbow Ball Weekend. ROBERT E. CULLIVER President First row, left to right: Donald Ray, Sherwood Williams, Richard Gardner, Dale Gallagher, Pat I ley, John Miller, Bill Lewis, Arno de Cordre. Second row: Mike Sheridan, Dalton Howard, Don Cooper, Bernie McCann, Robert E. Culliver, Bob Raulerson, John Straub, Vinson Williams, Earl Schroeder, Duane Purvis. Third row: Larry Meredith, Marcus Cone, Joseph Spagna, Johnny Creel, Howard Fillmore, Richard Gant, Donald L. Ayres, Michael A. Guerra, Clete Blaes, Wayne Johnson, John Word. Fourth row: Ted Wyly, Johnny Hall, Hank Taffe, Art Good, Jimmy Harrell, Bill Parrish, Harold Lambert, Ronald Craves, Gus Sardinha, Gordon Lee Palmer ' Page 248 T A U DELTA DELTA PHI CHAPTER Delta Tau Delta House In Memory of Samuel Eugene Burns May 7, 1933 - February 4, 1956 Posthumous Membership Delta Tau Delta OFFICERS BERNARD R. McCANISL. ..vice-president E. VINSON WILLIAMS.. ..secretary DONNELLE COOPER .. treasurer BROTHERS Loyd Carruth, Don Cooper, Johnny Creel, Neil S. Crispo, Bob Culliver, Edwin Field, Dale Gallagher, Dick Gant, Art Good, Johnny Hall, Dalton Howard, Ray Johnson, Wayne Johnson. Harold Lambert, Bemie McCann, Larry Meredith, Duane Purvis, Bob Raulerson, Gus Sardinha, Earl Sehroeder, Mike Sheridan, Phil Slaton, John Straub, Hank Taft ' e, Vinson Williams, Sherwood Williams, John Word and Ted Wyly. PLEDGES Larry Allen, Don A res, Clete Blaes, Sam Burns, Arno deCordre, Buddy Elliot, Howard Fillmore, Dick Gardner, Mike Guerra, Pat Iley, Bill Lewis, John Miller, Ronald Otts, Gordon Palmer, Bill Parish, Buddy Spears and Ken Watkins. MRS. DOROTHY HILDEBRANDT Housemother Page 249 COYLE E. MOORE, JR. President KAPPA " Lift your head ' n hold it high, Kappa Alpha ' s passin ' by! " KA ' s came and KA ' s went. They gathered at the basement bar and sang Dixie. They sere- naded, " She has two dreamy eyes of blue . . . " They partied, passed, dunked, argued, laughed, and a brother named Long got the bright idea to sell sunburns in January. " Maxie ' s Health Harbor. " Homecoming. A brother named Herring engineered the house decorations. His plans fell through. Literally. His 50x100 cardboard wall gave up the ghost in a high wind and became a well-decorated pile of splintered wood and torn cardboard. The day before the alumni buffet the cook got sick. Two hundred guests expected. A brother named Mixon thought of suicide. He was the steward. The chapter planned a Homecoming dance at the fraternity house. They hired a combo. The combo quit. Then the lo al Confederate supporters let a brother named Broderick talk them into a huge whale as a Homecom ng parade float. A forty loot pink whale. They liked it. They thought it was the greatest th.ng since the wheel. The judges thought they were all wet. No prize. Lousy judges. Pass the beer. But the Grand Old Gang survived and prospered, and let their neighbors wonder about a lion with a concrete cover. First row, left to right: Pierce Long, Carl Mofield, Lem Hoover, Mike Copps, John Perry, Max Long, Bill Kirkland, Jim Broderick, Buddy Jordan, Wayne Long, Richard Thierry, Larry Tuten, Livingston Branch, Tom Donovan. Second row: John Belitz, Bud Eubanks, Horry Hair, Charlie Mixon, Gene Edenfield, Bob Porter, Mike Young, Bill Manning, Tommy Waits, John Smith, Earle Peterson, Bokey Daniels, Fred Brinkhoff, Bill Durham. Third row: Mike Rou, Jim Kearce, 3ill Strickland, Billy Payne, John Stanley, Charlie Howell, O. B. Smith, Roddy Andrews, Walt Edwards, Joe Jordan, Frank Fain, Billy Wilks, Dick Bates, Bill Bunker, Bob Lofton, Wayne Stone, George Standridge, Ron Weatherington, Bill Snyder. Fourth row: Tommy Arflin, Reid Baggett, Cliff Gwynn, Ron Mason, Ken Abbott, Ronnie Fell, " Bus " Davis, Jim Julian, Gil Sypher, Bob James, Billy Pat Atkins, Gene Wroble, Arbie Herring, Bob Butler, Buddy Clarke, Earl Cain, David Smith, " Charlie " Palazzolo, Jim Whitehurst. Page 250 ALPHA ORDER GAMMA ETA CHAPTER Kappa Alpha Chapter House Cannon blasts and rebel yells and " Go Seminoles, Go! MEMBERS Kenneth G. Abbott, James R. Andrews, Billy Pat Atkins, Robert W. Butler, Richard D. Bates, John N. Belitz, Fred A. BrinkhoH. Livingston Branch, James M. Broderick, William N. Bunker, Earl K. Cain, James P. Clark, Michael C. Copps, William E. Durham, Elton P. Daniels, George W. Davis, William L. Dean, Walter H. Edwards, Richard W. Erwin, Jr., Ernest H. Eubanks, Lawrence Edenfie.d, Jr., Norman F. Fain, Ronald D. Fell, James C. Gwynn, Lemuel H. Hoover, Henry H. Hair, Arbie G. Herring, James F. Julian, Floyd D. Jordan, Joseph M. Jordan, William R. Kirkland, James T. Kearce, Martin J. Kuck, Ernest P. Long, Max S. Long, Charles F. Mixon, Coyle E. Moore, Jr., William D. Manning, Carl H. Mofield, Robert A. Miller, Walter K. McKenzie, Gra- ziano S. Palazzolo, William L. Payne, Robert M. Porter, John C. Perry, Earle W. Peterson, Robert C. Renn, John W. Rogers, Dixon G. Robinson, John H. Smith, David H. Smith, O. B. Smith, Jr., Wayne M. Stone, Donald E. Stone, William Strickland, Gilbert B. Sypher, William T. Snyder, Larry E. Tuten, Richard N. Thierry. Thomas A. Waits, Ronald Weatherington and James M. Young. PLEDGES Thomas Arflin, James F. Whitehurst, Gene S. Wroble, Michael A. Rou, Ronald K. Mason, Edward W. Long, George M. Stand- ridge, Thomas W. Donovan, Charles F. Howell, Reid Baggett, Palmer Munroe, Bill Wilks, Art Kirchoffer, Thomas L. Clarke, Wallace E. Jones and Harvey B. Lofton. OFFICERS WILLIAM D. MANNING ...vice-president THOMAS A. WAITS... ...secretary EARLE W. PETERSON treasurer MRS. ELIZABETH CHAPEAU Housemother Page 251 KAPPA This year saw the completion of the new Kappa Sig house, con- sidered by many to be the most modern and beautiful on campus. The members were so anxious to move into the luxurious hangout on Woodward that they shared the place with workmen for the first few days. Not until Spring were the house and grounds entirely finished, but the boys were willing to overlook the lack of door- knobs and other di. Lenities when they knew what the finished result would be. December 8th through 1 1th marked the official opening of the house, and during ti.is period a Founders ' Day Banquet, a costume party, and a Housemother ' s Tea were held along with two open houses. Once the house was completed, the routine established, calm was shattered by the big fraternity weekend, which culminated in the impressive Black and White Ball, where Miss Nell Davis was crowned Kappa Sig Sweetheart. MARK J. CASTO President wn » WMwreM i i { m v G ry r - iipim " V " S • Front row, left to right: Charlie Sizer, Daniel Wells, N. T. Ragland, Jackie D. Kidd, Bill Jones. Second row: Tom Day, Russell Johnson, Ted Reiter, Tom Robertson, Larry Keck, Tom Bruckman, Bob Stearns, Jimmy Stanley, Jim Thomas, Mark Casto. Third row: Gary Lipe, Al Days, Floyd Gangloff, Billy Johnson, Bill Wright, Gus Alford, Paul Snyder, Richard Hair, Muriel Fielding, James Byrd, Frederick Hodges, Leroy Scott, Michael Hillegas. Fourth row: Tom Stromsen, Jerry Wheeler, Jim Cullipher, Robert Hall, Jimmy Scott, Jim Carlo, Charlie Christian, Richard Fregoe, George Faiver, Dan Petursson, Ronald Anderson. Page 252 ' SIGMA EPSILON SIGMA CHAPTER Kappa Sigma House Beware of the dog! OFFICERS TED M. REITER... vice-president JIMMY R. STANLEY secretary THOMAS R. BRUCKMAN treasurer MEMBERS Gus Alford, Ronnie Anderson, Tom Batchelor, Fenton Bennett, Jim Berg, Tom Bruekman, Jim Byrd, Mark Casto, Tom Day, Al Dayes, Muriel Fielding, Floyd Gangloff, Paul Goeke, Jim Holt. Russell Johnson, Bill Jones, Larry Keek, Cliff Mayfield, Dan Petursson, Red Reiter, Tom Robertson, Don Smith, Jim Thomas, Jerry Wheeler, Bob Whittier, Fred Hodges, Nat Ragland, Jimmy Stanley, Bob Stearns, Gary Lipe and Jim Cullipher. PLEDGES Jim Carlo, Charles Christian, George Faiver, Dick Fregoe, Richard Hair, Mike Hillegas, Bob Hall, Tom Hafner, Bob Johnson. Bill Johnson, Jack Kidd, Jorge Otero, Leroy Scott, Tom Slr omsen, Jim Scott, Dave Salmon, Joel Schoenborn, Charles Sizer, Danny Wells and Bill Wright. MRS. SHERMAN M. LLOYD Housemother Page 253 LAMBDA Homecoming was a big event for the Lambda Chi ' s this year. Not only did they sponsor the Homecoming Queen, Miss Margaret Ann Hallinger, but they also walked away from the Friday night Pow-Wow with the award for the best Homecoming skit on coach Tom Nugent. The Lambda Chi ' s met the Theta Chi ' s once again in the annual Charity Bowl game, but this time tradition was broken, as the hard- tackling Lambda Chi ' s managed to upset the Theta Chi ' s by a couple of TD ' s for their first win in several years. The boys are still talking about their first prize in the 1955 Campus Sing, as well as their annual Christmas Party for underprivileged children, who enjoyed the event almost as much as the Lambda Chi ' s. There were plenty of time outs for the fun during the course of the year, and maddest of the mad weekends were the Crescent Ball, the Senior Party, and Founder ' s Day, as the fraternity marked its fifth year on the Florida State campus. GORDON GASTER President Front row, left to right: Warren C. Barrett, Lonnie L. Blaine, Charles P. Alley, Natcho Vasileff, Jackson A. Holmes, John T. Ware, Sam S. McClain, Robert S. Meigs, James C. Davis, Dourjlas C. Rosenblum, Robert David. Second row: Jack Sinclair, Eugene Brockenbrough, Guy Lee Fountain, Charles E. Miller, Fred Mansfield, Jerry Connell, William F. Wilkinson, William R. Brennan, William V. Sullivan, Willis A. Kennedy. Third row: Duncan L. Gray, Kenneth A. White, Ed Ficker, Edward G. Snyder, Marvin Andrews, Robert A. Brown, Charles P. Zorbaugh, Samuel B. Rogers, Carl R. Lofstrom, Julian D. Laney, Ne ls M. Seirsdale, William Figley, Joe Wolfe, Wendell Sunn, Ben Tillett, Dick Chiles, Gerald Keeney. Fourth row: Robert James Cochran, Rock Payne, Jack Rogero, Dave Minton, Greene Harrison, Thomas E. David, Ralph H. Sharp, William Thomas Martin, Tommy J. Fussell, Frank W. Petruzchhi, Tommy Gallen, John E. Bryan. Page 254 CHI ALPHA ZETA RHO CHAPTER Lambda Chi Alpha House Lambda Chi ' s Whupped Theta Chi OFFICERS WAYNE PATTON- ..vice-president CLARENCE SMITH- _. secretary JACK HOLMES treasurer MEMBERS Charlie Alley, Marion Arrington, Warren Barrett, Gibson Bates, Eugene Broekenbrough, Paul Bowen, Tom Castiglia, Dick Chiles, Jerry Connell, Charles D ' August ' ne, Bob David, Ed David, James Davis, Harrison Fisher, Wynfred Garrett, Gordon Gaster, Green Harrison, Don Hassfurder, Jim Heaggerty, Jackson Holmes, Willis Kennedy, Jim Kirby, J. D. Landy, Tom Lewis, Fred Mansfield. Sam MeClain, Bob Meigs, Charles Miller, Dave Minton, Bill Monies, Eddie Nelson, Wayne Patton, Royce Phillips, Herb Rein- hard, Jack Rogero. Bobby Sellers, Jack Sinclair, Curtis Simmons, Rod Smith, Bill Sullivan, John Tippin, John Ware, Hunt Wester, Bill Wilkinson, Ken White and Ed Wycoff. PLEDGES Robert Andrews, Richard Bee, John Bernard, Will ' am Brennan, Robert Brown, John Bryan, Bobert Buskey, Robert Cochran, Richard Compton, Charles Ficker, William Figley, Tom Fussell, Thomas Gallen, Duncan Gray, Wendell Gunn, Alton Haeger, Thomas Hicks, Andrew Johns, Cecil Jones, Gerald Keeney, Carl Lofstrom, William T. Martin, Rock Payne, Frank Petruzzelli, Samuel Rogers, Charles Richardson, Douglas Rosenblum, Nels Seirsdale, Ralph Sharp, Ben Tillett, Leonard Tylka, Joe Wolfe, Freddie Woodward and Charles Zorbaugh. MRS. PAULINE YOE Housemother Page 255 PHI For the firth time in six years, the fabulous Phi Delts dominated intra-mural sports, sweeping in first place trophies in football, traek, swimming, and volleyball and taking the cup as over-all champs of FSU. The chapter concentrated on brains as well as brawn in 1956, and was rewarded by Phi Delta Theta National headquarters with a permanent plaque in recognition of their outstanding scholastic improvement. The Phi Delta Theta ' s didn ' t spend all their time expending muscular and mental energy, however. They joined Alpha Gamma Delta in staging a unique event for the Campus Chest fun-raising effort — a soap Box Derby right down the middle of College Avenue, featuring cars built by fraternities with sorority drivers. Another charity project by the Phi Delts was the Christmas party for under- privileged children held in conjunction with Alpha Delta Pi. The members were just as proud of one girl in particular as they were of all their males. Miss Faye Anthony, Phi Delt Sweet- heart of the year, not only was on the FSU Homecoming Court but was also seen on TV from coast to coast as a Princess in the Orange Bowl Court in Miami. JIM MOORE President Front row, left to right: Penny Robinson, Dick Rhodes, Don Randall, Harry Kimbro, Del Swilley, Gary Bailey, Sonny Hempel, Gale Porter, Paul Ort, Jack Montgomery, Hank McCann, Bob Evans. Second row: Alan Martens, Farley Granger, Ted Lower, Charles Ringer, Harry Strandhagen, Graham Teschke, Robert Shave, Edward Walker, Gilbert Smith. Third row: Freddy Serrett, Jerry Glancy, Bob Williams, Jim Maddock, Jim Magee, Frank May, Dick Bittner, Dick Rhoton, Dick Nagode. Fourth row: Clayton Miller, Lawrence Thompson, Arnold Davis, Terry Barrows, J. P. Jones, Bob Saltz, George Hill, Jim Billard, Glenn Nix, Charlie Beard, Tom Barrows, Frank Bryan. Page 256 DELTA T H E T A FLORIDA GAMMA CHAPTER ■ ac ' Phi Delta Theta House MP Hang together like a bunch of bananas OFFICERS TOM EHRHARDT- ..vice-president JAMES WEBB ... _. secretary BUZZ STRANDHAGEN treasurer MEMBERS David Abner, Gary Bailey, Terry Barrows. Tom Barrows, Dick Bittner, Jack Buford, Chuck Burns, Sonny Casca, Tom Ehrhardt, Harvey Hall, Wilbur Hawkins, Art Hempel, Jerry Jacobs, Bill Kelley, Harry Kimbrow, Ted Lowe, Al Martens, Hank McCann, Keith Milligan, Jim Moore, Don Noot, Paul Ort, Bruce Pacetti, Bill Plumb, Gale Porter, Don Randall, Charlie Ringer, Dick Rhoten, Bill Sechrist, Jim Staples, Buzz Standhagen, Sid Stotes- bury, Del Swilley, Graham Teschke, Bill Weaver, Jim Webb, Dick Wells and Bob Williams. PLEDGES Charley Beard, Jim Billard, Benny Bindschadler, Frank Bryan, Arnold Davis, Hugh Durham, Bob Evans, Pat Ganser, Jerry Glancey, Scott Harpe, George Hill, Jim Maddock, Jim Magee, Frank May, Jack Mergins, Bubb a Miller, Jack Montgomery, Dick Nagode, Bill Neil, Glenn Nix, Pete Peddie, Dick Rhodes, Dusty- Rhodes, Dave Rife, Penny Robinson, Bob Saltz, Fred Serret, Bob Shave, Leonard Skinner, Jon Standhagen, Travis Taylor and Larry Thompson. MRS. CORA RODGERS Housemother Page 257 PHI A worthwhile and vital project sponsored by the Phi Kappa Tau ' s is the blood bank that they maintain for anyone in need of trans- fusion. The account is bolstered by contributions from chapter members. This year the fraternity not only went to the finals in basketball, but won both the fraternity and campus intramural championships in tennis. The fraternity also went to their big homecoming dance, a Christ- mas dance, a Founders ' Day Banquet, and a gala Carnation Ball, crowning the year ' s social schedule. RAYMOND G HEMANN President Front row, left to right: Buck Stuckey, Jim Gosnell, Delano Moore, Jim Van Middlesworth, Joe Masci, Ray Hemann, Harlace Sealy, Byron B. Rhodes, Boe Sharpless. Second row: Charles G. Shaw, Jimmie Hogan, Bud Vause, Dick Beach, Dick Strauss, Don Sebee, Derwyn McElroy, James Mauber, Phil Kemblowski, Ed Hoffmann. Third row: Pete McNiel, Tom Spence, Joseph C. Assad, Paul W. Bishop, Dave Youngblood, William Stevenson, Charles Babcock, Thomas Woods, Ross Carino. Page 258 KAPPA TAU BETA IOTA CHAPTER Phi Kappa Tau House College Life — Phi Tau style MEMBERS James Carter, James T. Fishback, James Gosnell. Raymond Hemann, Edward Hoffman, James Hogan, Clifford Kidd, Tony King, Byrd Mapoles, Joseph Masci, Derwin McElroy, Kenneth Melson, B. B. Rhodes, Harlaee Sealy, Bo Sharpless, George Tucker and James Van Middlesworth. PLEDGES Joe Assad, Richard Beach. Paul Bishop, Terry Byrd, Ross Carino, Norman Collins, Duane Elrod, Karle Hartung, Philip Kemblowski, Edward McHale, Charles Paul, Bill Robertson, Charles E. Savage, Don Sebree, Charles Shaw, Billy Stevenson, Harold Sumner, William Van Middlesworth, Buddy Vause, Gordon Villars, Ira Wilson, Tommy Woods and David Youngblood. OFFICERS fOSEPH MASCI ... vice-president HARLACE SEALY .. .._ secretary JAMES VAN MIDDLESWORTH- ...treasurer MRS. JESSIE PARKER AVRIL Housemother Page 259 GENE TURANO President P I First prize for Homecoming house decorations went to the PiKA ' s this year, and the fraternity further demonstrated its engineering talents by constructing the sleek, high-powered vehicle that roared to victory in the first Soap Box Derby. Pi Kappa Alpha also capitalized on the most elemental drive of every Greek on campus — the urge to play bridge — to earn money for the Campus Chest Drive. Every sorority and fraternity entered the annual Bridge Tournament, a fine feather in the PiKA cap. The PiKA ' s combined with the Thetas this year to stage their annual Christmas party, and also held a unique " Dream Girl " dance . ■ ■ ■ ' ' ■ " ■ ■ ' „ w yrr Front row, left- to right: John Paul Davis, Russel Murray, Junior Collins, Larry Soger, Richard Harrel, Earl Collins, Bill Hemmingway, Charles Curry, Chuck Bauerle, Jack Neusaenger, Fred Jaicks. Second row: Richard Stevans, Curt Pilz, Frank Beauchamp, Carmine Montelone, Ray Turner, Mrs. Martha Goody, Gene Turano, Roy Harris, Upton Officer, Dick Bennett. Third row: Ted Randall, Gene Peters, Wayne Barningham, Pat McKeown, Rudolph Eigle, Fred Fuller, Tom Simpson, Roland Barningham, Bob McLoughlin, Fred Boska, John Mickael, Ray Fisher. Page 260 KAPPA ALPHA DELTA LAMBDA CHAPT ER Pi Kappa Alpha House Hidden treasures OFFICERS RAY TURNER -.vice-president CARMINE MONTELEONE _ . secretary ROY HARRIS- _ treasurer MEMRERS Rob Atkins, Rolano Barningham, Dick Bennet, Lee Chapon, Earl Collins, John Paul Davis, Ruby Eigl, Tom Hall, Roy Harris, Fred Jaieks, Gene Leamond, Carmine Montelone, Allen Melson, Upton Officer, Eugene Turano and Ray Turner. PLEDGES Wayne Barningham, Fred Baska, Ken Bowes, Art Burgi, Bryan Chastain, Allen Collins, Charles Curry, Fred Fuller, Bill Heming- way, Richard Herril, Earl McCormick, Pat McKeown, Frank Moody, Russel Murry, Jack Neusinger, Gene Peters, Curt Pilz, Ted Ramdel, John Risher, Larry Sager and John Scott. MRS. MARTHA GOODY Housemother Page 261 p I Aided by the Delta Gams ' , the Pi Kappa Phi ' s once again spon- sored the Joe College-Betty Coed Contest to sel ect the most popular pair of wheels on campus. Votes were cast with coins and bills, and the contest netted over $270 for the Campus Chest Drive. In addition to this, the fraternity also aided in the annual Talla- hassee polio drive. Pi Kappa Phi produced an excellent Homecoming skit this year and went right down to the finals, competing in Campbell Stadium for the prize and finishing second. The annual fraternity weekend, one of many social events during the year, was climaxed by the Rose Ball and a party at the coast. JAMES S. RALSTON President Front row, left to right: Dick Berube, Stan H. Griff is, Jr., Carl M. Williams, Hugh A. Burch, Jr. Second row: Tom McCullough, Bill Boatright, John G. Brown, Richard Lukas, Jim Ralston, Joe Emmons, Robert Hutchins, J. Gary Campbell, Ronald E. Steurer. Third row: James E. Nettles, Bob Baden, Burnett Stillwell, Jr., Val Hopkins, Gilbert Fernandez, Frank Kaney, John Garrett, Paul H. Kula. Fourth row: Bill Munroe, Frank Valdes, Walter Smith, Chris Welker, Ernest Diaz, Warren Bryson, Paul C. Perry, Mike Donahue, John Adams. Page 262 K A P P A PHI BETA ETA CHAPTER • : i ran, , . ■MM , Pi Kappa Phi House Pi Kaps featured their Rose in the Homecoming Parade MEMBERS John Adams, Billy Boatright, John Brown, J. Gary Campbell, James C. Clark, Bruce N. Cole, Ernest A. Diaz, C. Joseph Emmons, Gilbert G. Fernandez, John C. Garrett, Alfred E. Hofflander, Jr., Robert C. Hutchins, Franklin V. Hopkins, Frank N. Kaney, Rich- ard C. Lukas, C. Danny Mengasen, Donald James Munroe, Jr., Paul C. Perry, James S. Ralston, Frank Valdes and Charles C. Walker. PLEDGES Gary Allen, Bob Baden, Richard B. Berube, Warren Bryson, Hugh A. Burch, Mike Donahue, Stanley Griffis, James G. Karnegis, Paul H. Kula, Allen D. Pate, Bonnell Sapp and Carl M. Williams. OFFICERS RICHARD C. LUKAS ...secretary BRUCE N. COLE treasurer MRS. MAYOLA SILVA Housemother Page 263 SIGMA No group of athletes ever breaks training in a body quicker than the SAE ' s do after the annual Beer Bowl, a touch football game played against the Phi Delts. Both fraternities retire to a neutral corner after the game and devote their combined energies to the liquidation of a keg of beer, paid for by the loser. Even though th SAE ' s suffered defeat by a scant one point this year, they feel that they more than made up for the loss by their excellent showing in the post-game event. This year marked the one hundredth anniversary of the founding of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, and many local members were seen at the gigantic Centennial celebration, March 9th in Tuscaloosa, Ala- bama, where the first chapter was founded. Local events of note were the sweetheart Dance in November the Senior Farewell party and banquet, and the annual blast - the SAE weekend. The SAE ' s once again made a small fortune for the Campus Chest Drive with their Queen Contest, which netted $430 and saw the crowning of Miss Pat Dekle at the Campus Chest Dance honoring her. NORMAN SHIPLEY President ■ c bt €% " CT) C . • " Cfc o 4 vof v fMm iMU Front row, left to right: Bill Haynes, Slater Wight, Walt Godwin, George Kyle, Dave Hulse, Sherell Johnson, John C. Thomas, David A. Medford, Gerald McArthur, Philip Johnson, Bill Cullom, Oliver Dixon. Second row: Stuart Gregory, Jay Bell, Dick Bellows, Pat Turner, John Corey, Ronnie Blue, Fred Siegrist, Norman Shipley, Billy Grow, Stuart Gould, Joseph Tarbuck, Frank Reuss, Ken Jacquot, Paul Morgan. Third row: Ed Threadgill, Melvin Pope, Edwin Gramling, Pete Minton, Ed Kercher, Dick Sweetman, Lee Flitcraft, Tuffy Parsons, Hubert Williams, Charlie Ebert, Garrison F. Roth, William H. Roche, John N. Stewart, Dick Fletcher, Don Joyner, Roy McCollum, Dick Huff. Fourth row: Charlie Ward, John Lindgren, Tom Turoin, Dave Wallace, Zack H. Shelley, Jr., Tommy Boyd, Donald D. Preisser, Donald E. Garee, William Dale Koch, Pfil Hunt, Kent Hearn, Bob Bell, Don Johnson, Wayne Bussey, Alfred L. Davis. Fifth row: Don Reynolds, Bobby Nellums, Bob Young, Bob Stuke, Jim Wade, Art Fenton, Frank Musser, John M. Holland, Bill Kimber, Jimmy Peacock, James B. Davis, Jr., James Browning, Jim Logue. Page 264 ALPHA EPSILON FLORIDA BETA CHAPTER " i Sigma Alpha Epsilon House i " 2 ' ' 1 Did someone paint your lion boys? OFFICERS DAVID MEDFORD KENT HEARN... JOE TARRUCK ... .vice-president secretary treasurer MEMRERS Carmen Battaglia, Bob Rell, Rob Rennett, Robby Rlow, Ronnie Blue, James Browning, Jerry Byrnes, J. W. Corey, Bill Cullom, Nook Davis, Rrubeek Ebert, Dick Fletcher, Lee Flitcraft, Stuart Gould, Stuart Gregory, Paul Grimmig, Billy Grow, Charles Hayes, Bill Haynes, Kent Hearn, Pfilip Hunt, Don Johnson, George Kyle, Ed Kercher, John Lindgren, Bill MeHaffey, Dave Medford, Paul Morgan, Don Preisser, Vic Prinzi, Don Ramsey, Frank Reuss, Gary Roth, Norman Shipley, Fred Siegrist, Rob Stuke, Dick Sweetman, Joe Tarbuck, Hoop Tebault, Ed Threadgill, Sonny Titus, Tom Turpin, Jim Wade, Ron Weaver, Joe Wheat and Rosco Whiddon. PLEDGES Jay Rell, Dick Bellows, Tom Boyd, Wayne Bussey, Bert Daly, Jim Davis, Oliver Dixon, Art Fenton, Ed Garee, Walt Godwin, Ed Gramling, Dan Hansell, John Holland, Dick Huff, David Hulse, Ken Jacquot, Phil Johnson, Sherrell Johnson, Don Joyner, Bill Kimber, Dale Koch, Jimmy Logue, Gerald McArthur, Roy McCollum, Pete Minton, Frank Musser, Bobby Nelloms, Tuffy Parsons, Jim Peacock, Melvin Pope, Crick Reynolds, Rill Roche, Zack Shelley, John Stewart, John Thomas, Pat Turner, Dave Wallace, Charles Ward, Slater Wight, Hubert Williams and Rob Young. MRS. E. O. HOLTON Housemother Page 265 SIGMA March conies in like a lion and goes crazy when the campus is hit by the annual Sigma Chi Derby. Sorority girls let down their hair and hitch up their blue-jeans in an all-out effort to win that coveted first prize. Events this year ranged from the sublime search for a house key in a trough full of flour to the ridiculous riotous wrangling over four greased pigs. When the smoke and flour had cleared and hysteria had been calmed, the Sigma Kappa ' s were announced as champions of the Sigma Chi Derby for 1956. In the four years they ' ve been on campus, the Sigs have always managed to place a few members high up in the political heirarchy, and this year was no exception. Hustling Sigs can be seen scurrying around Longmire night and day, led by Carothers, Temple, Moore, Joanos, Johnson, Edwards, and the new bright star Bachman, as they keep the wheels moving in campus govern- ment. The fraternity is one of the three oldest in existence, founded in 1855 at Miami University in Ohio as one of the famous " Miami Triad " and is consequently proud of its long and dignified tradition. JIM JOANOS President Front row, left to right: Chick Burnham, Philip Knight, David Byars, Robert Moren, Tom Hale, Lee Meyers, Larry Hill, Don Lewis, Wylie Poag, Niles Ray, Carlos Fraundorfer. Second row: Gary Nahrstedt, Neil Bowers, Frank Sattler, Dave Bachman, Graham Carothers, Jim Joanos, Elliott Whitton, Donnie Alford, Drew Boggs, Laird Anderson, Al Schissler. Third row: Art Unger, Lynn Wilder, Don R. Lewis, Joel Jacobs, George H. Evans, Bruce Jacob, Bob Payne, Joe Westhofer, Rube Waddell, Bill Phillips, Durfee Marshall, Cecil Dunn, Dean Donley, Cecil Cheek, Lynn Wollschlager, Del Wilson, Charles Mann. Fourth row: Robert Johnson, Chris Vogl, Jack Terwilliger, John Baldwin, Millard Noblin, Gerry Gordon, Bob Skiff, Leonard Dorsey, Bob Murray, John Calhoun, Bobby Bryson, Dudley Davis, Jim Moore, Jim Kauffman. Fifth row: Alan Scott, Bill Swigert, Robert Green, Rufus Jennings, Richard Guinta, Robert Carter, Thomas Pendray, Ed Pabor, David Evans, Bobby Temple, Charles Mathews, Jim Haywood. Page 266 C H I EPSILON ZETA CHAPTER Sigma Chi House Trophies for sale? MEMBERS Don Alford, Laird Anderson, Dave Bachman, Drew Boggs, Neil Bowers, Graham Carothers, Dudley Davis, Karl Edwards, George Evans, Mel Fleischer, Carlos Fraundorfer, Bruce Jacob, Joel Jacobs, Jim Joanos, Bob Johnson, Dick Johnson, Jim Kauffman, Don Lewis, Ed Mann, Durfee Marshall, Bob Murray, Gary Nahrstedt, Millard Noblin, Ed Pabor, Bob Payne, Bill Phillips, Carswell Ponder, Niles Ray, Frank Sattler, Al Schissler, Alan Scott, Ron Skelton, Bob Skiff, Sticks Steinberg, Bill Swigert, Bob Temple, Jack Terwilliger, Carlos Watson, Elliott Whitton, Eugene Williams, Del Wilson and Gary Wold. PLEDGES Dick Adams, Bill Bray, Bob Bryson, David Byars, John Calhoun, Rob Carter, Cecil Cheek, Don Dansby, Leonard Darsey, Dean Donley, Cecil Dunn, David Evans, Warren Ferard, Richard Guinta, Gerry Gordon, Tom Hale, Rufus Jennings, Bob Jerome, Bob Johnson, Tom King, Philip Knight, Les Meyers, Arthur Moore, Bob Moren, Tom Pendray, Wylie Poag, Doyle Ruff, Bob Sheffield, Arthur Unger, Chris Vogl, Rube Waddell, Paul Wolfe and Lynn Wollschlager. OFFICERS DREW BOGGS- .. vice-president RON SKELTON— _ recording secretary ELLIOTT WHITTON- .corresponding secretary DON ALFORD treasurer MRS. JANET BAYLOR Housemother Page 267 SIGMA Highlight of the year was the annual White Star Weekend, featuring a big formal dance and weekend parties, named after the traditional emblem of the Sigma Nu ' s that blazes atop their house on the corner. The fraternity placed third in over-all intramurals and fourth in scholarship this year, maintaining a happy balance in activities. Social events, like the " Baby White Star " weekend, the annual Christmas party, and the homecoming riot, were featured along with worthwhile projects, including the Campus Chest drive, help week, and the Sigma Nu housing fund. ROBERT ANDREWS President 1 Front row, left to right: Kaye F. Woolington, John C. Phillips, Rcbert C. Dumke, Leslie Jones, Julian Paul Bryant, Fred P. Kenney, William H. Benner, Gordon Dixon, David Talty, Jerry T. Tucker, Marvin Ingram, Gordon Pschirrer. Second row: Ed Fenn, Jim Newton, Lyle Lazear, Jack Sweeney, Harvey Davis, Hoke Grant, Jr., Robert H. Andrews, Howard P. Logue, Jay Persins, John Callahan, Jon Shellingburg, Arthur Parkhurst. Third row: Jack Kulzer, Jerry Brock, Rick Shevlin, Paul Mergenthal, Jr., John Young, Berry Ray, Kent Schroeder, Ralph Atwell, H. R. Ackett, David Morris, B. Charles Hoffman, Maurice Kennedy, Darryll Mahoney, Wade Crews, Paul Dinkins, Fred Forst, Bill Hayes, Earl Meeks, Bill McCarter, Bobby Guest. Fourth row: Donald Marshall, Chuck Holland, Dick Howser, Emory O. Williams, Jr., Daniel A. Thomas, Earl Strickland, Jr., Harvey B. Lofton, Hugh Coachman, Jr., Aubrey Odom. Page 268 N U ZETA ZETA CHAPTER Sigma Nu House Sigma Nu ' s Go Western MEMBERS Robert Henry Andrews, Ralph Hugh Atwell, James Travis Barns, William Henry Benner, John Franc ' s Callahan, Wade Hampton Drews, Edward Harvey Davis, William Gordon Dixon, Robert Schaff Dollison, Robert Thomas Dunkel, Norman Edgar Fenn, Fredrick Frost, Hoke Smith Grant, Jimmy Burton Hanks, Wil- liam Hawkins, William Anderson Hayes, James Edward Hickey Bernard Charles Hoffman, Richard Dalton Howser, Fredrick Philip Kenney, Jack P. Kulzer, Lyle Ray Lazear, Howard Pittman Logue, William Edward McCarter. Donald Elbert Marshall, Earl Lewis Meeks, Dave Allen Morris, James Horace Newlon, Aubrey Lee Odom, Don Haywood Pace, Jay Palricx Perkins, Willie Eugene Pipkin, Kent Lester Schrader, John Shillingburg, Frank Simari, William Paul Smith, Charles Sowdl, W liiam Francis Stephens, Carlos Stone, Virgil Earl Strickland, John Walter Sweeney, David Martin Talty, Thomas Daniel Aubrey. Jerry Travis Tucker, Emory Otto Williams and John Larry Young. PLEDGES Hugh McCauley Coachman, Dale Croy, Paul Davis, Paul Curtis Dinkins, Robert Charles Dumke, Michel Hain, Rowell Marvin Ingram, Theodore Maurice Kennedy, John Campbell Ligon, Harvey Bivings Lofton, Daryll Gene Mahoney, Sebastian Robert Mudano. John Cecil Phillips, Charles Gordon Pschirrer, Hal S. Rutland, Lonnie Sellers, Richard B. Shevl ' n, Carl Frank Stewart, Kanly James Welch, Kaye Willington, and Howell Winfree. OFFICERS HOWARD LOGUE. .. ...vice-president HARVEY DAVIS-. ..secretary HOKE GRANT treasurer jfe sBr!- ' J WK ' M 1 I I X EL,! MRS. BESS HAMILTON Housemother Page 269 SIGMA The SPE ' s moved houses again this year, and are now located on West Park, conveniently facing Sorority Row. 1 lie local chapter, founded in f95(), was recognized nationally this year for publishing the best chapter newspaper. Other projects of the group are the Campus Chest Drive, and Help Week. A Halloween Party, the annual Pledge Dance, and the Home- coming weekend, capped off by the annual " Queen of Hearts Ball " in Mav, composed a successful and enjoyable social season for the SPE ' s. JAMES RALSTON President Front row, left to right: James C. Cameron, Dick Smith, Albert Griffin, Roger Colao, Bill Stephens. Second row: Willard Scott, Haskell Fulmer, Norman Burth, William Koller, Thomas Green. Third row: Joe Hollis, James R. Day, Norman Sheffield, William Pfeiffer, George Massoth, Neal Robinson, John Fitzpatrick, Fred Vid-zes, Frederick Kirzan, Wayland Elam. Fourth row: Ralph Mazur, Dennis Nickle, Tom Davisson, Rudi Signorelli, J. R. Scarboro. Page 270 PHI EPSILON FLORIDA EPSILON CHAPTER Sigma Phi Epsilon House Anyone for smoked hamburger? MEMBERS Norman Burth, Donald Chaplin, Robert Cramer, Harry Eielson, Haskell Fulmer, Thomas Greene, William Koller, Ernest LaRoche, William Pfeiffer, Willard Seott, Louis Tillery, Robert Umstead and James Williams. PLEDGES Pasco L. Driggers, Preston L. Everett, Marshal Fitzgerald, George C. Hamilton, Terry Johnson, Dirk N. Sehel, Dan Williams and Eugene Williams. OFFICERS NORMAN D. BURTH-__ ...vice-president WILLARD H. SCOTT- ..secretary DONALD B. WHITE. _.__ ...treasurer MRS. MARY P. BARRETT Housemother Page 271 T A U Youngest fraternity at FSU, the TEP ' s this year celebrated their second anniversary on campus by selecting Mrs. Mabel Furth as their first housemother. Last year the group moved into their house on College Avenue but was unable to function until their member- ship was sufficient to warrant a housemother. TEP went full-swing into the social whirl as a result of this, sponsoring a Sweetheart Dance and a full-scale Founder ' s Day Weekend in May, and most of the members were present at the gala New Year ' s Eve Partv held in Miami. DONALD SCHWARTZ President Front- row, left to right: Donald Schwartz, Mrs. Furth, housemother; Jack Schlosberg, Leonard Glazer. Second row: Jerome Klonsky, Searle Selmon, Leon Cutler, Morris Chira, Morton Larner. Page 272 E P S I L O N PHI EPSILON DEUTERON CHAPTER Tau Epsilon Phi House Anyone for lunch? OFFICERS DONALD SCHWARTZ- ...vice-president JERRY KLONSKY ...secretary MURRAY BERMAN- ...treasurer MEMBERS Murray Bernian, Leon Cutler, Leonard Glazer, Jerry Klonsky, Mort Larner, Jack Schlosberg and Donald Schwartz. PLEDGES Jerome Bernstein, Morris Chira, Louis Rosemau, Jerome Rose and Searle Selman. MRS. MABEL FURTH Housemother Page 273 BOB SCARBROUGH President T H E T A Every December books are put away for a while and rusty arms and stiff legs are worked on desperately in preparation for the annual Charity Bowl Game with the Lambda Chi ' s. This year marked a major upset as the Theta Chi ' s temporarily lost their strangle hold on the championship, but there is no doubt that next year and every year the Theta Chi ' s will rise en masse to meet the traditional chal- lenge of their next-door neighbors. The fraternity was equally enthusiastic over the year ' s fund rais- ing project, when its members pitched in whole-heartedly to aid a local burned out family, proving that the word " fraternity " en- compasses more than just a house, or even a campus. The House of Lights was the scene of many a celebration during the year, and especially in April, when the TX ' s commemorated their centennial in addition to crowning their sweetheart at the big Sweetheart Dance. Front- row, left to right: Peter Cordelia, John Howard, Coleman Davis, Kenneth Rohach, Kenyon Segner, Jack Riley, John Curtiss, John Goodeman, David Munger. Second row: John Matthew, Roger Bickel, Jerry O ' Leary, Glayden Schafer, William Neblett, Rick Hubert, LaVerne Williams, Grant Hibbard, Raymond Baker, Tom Woods. Third row: Clarence Spiver, Dutch Voll, Dick Crawford, George Mengoson, Ariel Dreyfus, Bob Shuman, Ronald Fraser, Mike Tschirret, Jack Veghte, Myron Herndon, Ben Powell, Ronald Twitty, Ross Jamison, Bill Brown, Jerry Higgs. Fourth row: Don Beavers, Gene Striegel, Jack Striegel, Rego Hernandez, Bill Osterhoudt, Ed Hinson, Owen McCarron, Bill Alderman, Dick Trudeau, Don Ramsden, Charles Richetts. Poge 27t CHI GAMMA RHO CHAPTER Theta Chi House New Pledge? MEMBERS William Alderman. Gary Ashley, Raymond Baker. Roger Bickel, John Clark, Dick Crawford, Charles Cunningham, Colman Davis, Ariel Dreyfus. Robert Elting, Ronald Graser, Richard Hancock, Grant Hibbard. Jerry Higgs, Ed Hinson, Rick Hubert, Herbert Lacayo, Raymond Markey, John Matthew, Owen McCarron, Wil- liam Neblett, Jerry O ' Leary, William Osterhoudt, Ben Powell, Ken Rohach, Robert Scarbrough, Glayden Schafer, Kenyon Segner, Harold Stewart, Gene Striegel, Jack Striegel, Mike Tshirret, Ronald Twitty, Jack Veghte, Albert Yoll, LaVerne Williams and Tom Woods. PLEDGES William Brown, Peter Cordelia, Henry Curtiss, John Goodeman, Rigo Hernandez, Myron Herndon, John Howard, Mel Hunter, John Jacone, Ross Jamison, Neil LaBar, Stewart Logun, Carl Louenich, George Mengason, Wayne Plowman, Don Ramsden, Charles Ricketts, Jack R iley, Harvey Ross, Bob Shuman, Clarence Spivey and Richard Trudeau. OFFICERS BILL NEBLETT vice-president DICK CRAWFORD .... ...secretary GLAYDEN SCHAFER treasurer MRS. GOLDEN Housemother Page 275 F A V O R I T E S SEMINO During the course of a vear as many as fifty " queens " are elected by fraternities, dormitories, and organizations; there ' s a Miss Betty-Coed; Miss Campus Chest; Miss This and Miss That until by the time Mav rolls around they become too numerous to mention. But the four girls on these pages represent four of the best-known and most popular titles obtainable on the FSU campus. All of these girls were elected this year except the Sandspur Queen. Unfortunately this event comes too late in the year for Tally-Ho publication., so the previous year ' s queen is recognized. Florida State University lakes pride in its lovely Seminole Queens. 1956 MISS GYM KAN A Alice Sullivan Alpha Delta Pi WHM 1955 SANDSPUR QUEEN Carol Dean Fulkerson Alpha Gamma Delta i LE C4CCV1S 1956 MILITARY BALL QUEEN Margaret Miller Delta Zeta 1956 SMOKE SIGNALS QUEEN Linda Jones C7L 1955... HOMECOMING QUEEN 5 ' 3M " ... 115 pounds . . . light brown hair . . . blue eved Junior majoring in elementary education . . . Delta Gamma . . . Cheerleader . . . Margaret Ann was crowned bv Miss Bettv Willmon, the 1954 Homecoming Queen at Pow Wow festivities on November 19, in Doak S. Campbell stadium. Margaret Ann hails from Tallahassee, and was sponsored by Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. Miss Margaret Ann Ballinger Miss Margaret Ann Bollinger miss F. S. U. i V " 4 " u k ' 3f» Ji MISS FAYE ANTHONY 5 ' 6 2 " ... 117 pounds . . . blonde hair . . . blue eyed Junior majoring in English . . . Pi Beta Phi . . . 1955 Gvmkana Queen . . . Orange Bowl Princess . . . 1955 Homecoming Court. M M- i m a- lit v ; MISS DOROTHY JOB Junior . . . Alpha Gamma Delta ... Ft. Lauderdale Page 284 - %sj MISS JEAN HAYDEN Freshman . ... Pi Beta Phi .... Jacksonville ' ri MISS ANNE MUNROE Freshman . . . Kappa Delta .... Tallahassee i MISS BEVERLY LAURENT Sophomore . . . Chi Omega . . . Bartow JS m 1 MISS LINDA ROLLINS Freshman . . . Kappa Alpha Theta . . . Miami MISS ALICE SULLIVAN Sophomore . . . Alpha Delta Pi . . . Bartow FRATERNITY 7 avoritcs MISS SYLVIA PARRISH Alpha Tau Omega . MISS FERRELL DeWITT Kappa Alpha MISS NANCY VAUGHN Delta Tau Delta MISS CARYL JAMES Sigma Alpha Epsilon MISS JEAN CARR Lambda Chi Alpha MISS SARAH HAMBLEY Sigma Chi ' MISS FLORENCE ASHBY Phi Kappa Tau Page 291 MISS FAYE ANTHONY Phi Delta Theta avoritcs MISS RUTH COE Kappa Sigma MISS KAREN BEDINGER Sigma Nu MISS MYRA ANN LAY Pi Kappa Alpha j MISS FLORENCE PATE Sigma Phi Epsilon MISS CLAIR GREEN Tau Epsilon Phi The Pi Beta Phi ' s had some attractive " Devils, " but dig that crazy " Cadet! " Delta Zeta ' s " Blessed Event " — big-time football for Ole Tom and the gang. Red rose buds and a Pi Kappa Phi sweetheart — good scenery in any parade. HOME Ever see a pink whale? Kappa Alpha had one, and a " Whale of a Homecoming! " The Kappa Delta thousand legger; but what worm can afford red tennis shoes? Hi M Delta Tau Delta and the woods pussy; " if yuh caint lick ' em, stink ' em out! " Four years of college, courtesy " the little woman " and a low flying eagle. O M I N G %m i ,- j IMi! hi ive hopeful Homecoming Queens; which cutie will wear the Seminole Bonnet? igma Chi had lofty ideas about Nugent ' s aerial attack; a " Winged Victory! " C ( i Vi ■ljI .:■■ ' Phi Delta Theta featured fragile lovelies, both the butterflies and the girls. Alpha Tau Omega — seems like they had a couple of DOG-gone good ideas! This was one you couldn ' t miss — Miss Oo-la-la, and Pi Kappa Alpha one time! kies were cloudy and gray, but Kappa Alpha Theta was for " Fun in the Sun. " Sure seemed like there was something fishy about this Alpha Xi Delta float. Ill ■ " ■ 2i£F " Pi Kappa Alpha had their Campbell Stadium packed, and won first prize too. A clown-powered float; seems like every day is circus day for Kappa Sigma. The ZTA skit reminded Coach Tom Nugent of the " good old daze " . President Doak Campbell. and the Lambda Chi Alpha take-off featured Jack Rogero as No FSU Homecoming parade would be complete without the Marching Chiefs and Janet Graff out front with her eleven fabulous Majorettes! Page 296 . . „• n i ' i IIP i Ji ( ■- Zeta Tau Alpha gambled on this float, and rolled a seven on the first try. Then they " stayed lucky " and hit the jackpot with their house decorations. HOMECOMING AWARDS Most Beautiful Float Delta Gamma Most Original Float Zeta Tau Alpha Best Skit, Women Zeta Tau Alpha Best Skit. Men Lambda Chi Alpha Best Decorated Men ' s Residence Hall West Hall Best Decorated Women ' s Residence Hall South Cawthon Hall Best Decorated Sorority House Zeta Tau Alpha Best Decorated Fraternity House Pi Kappa Alpha Best Decorated non-Resident Student Center Westminster House HOMECOMING, 1955 Without a doubt, the 1955 Homecoming celebration was one of the best, if not the best, that Florida State University has ever experienced. The festivities began on Friday afternoon, November 18, with the traditional Homecoming parade through Tallahassee. All but a few of the fraternities and sororities entered a float, and the forethought and ingenuity that went into their building was remarkable. Each felt that theirs should have been a prize-winner, and the judges were hard pressed choosing winners from so many excellent productions. Delta Zeta sorority received the Most Beautiful award, and unfortunately the Talhj-Ho was unable to get a picture of their float in time for printing. The men ' s dorms and several honoraries also entered fine floats to add to the success of the parade. The Gold and Garnet Key banquet in honor of the alumni was held Friday night in the Suwannee Room, with Governor LeRoy Collins the main speaker, followed by the POW-WOW in Campbell Stadium. Students, alumni and guests had their spirits lifted by the Marching Chiefs under drum major Tony Swain, and the cheerleaders headed by Tommy Waits. Coach Tom Nugent brought out his Fighting Seminoles, who were scheduled to meet The Citadel on the gridiron the following afternoon. Fraternity and sorority finalists presented their special skits; and to top off this giant Homecoming pep-rally, Margaret Ann Ballinger, a Delta Gamma junior from Tallahassee, was crowned Homecoming Queen. The Lambda Chi ' s sponsored Margaret Ann for the contest. Then the following clay, Saturday, undergrads, old grads, moms, dads, faculty, big wheels, little wheels — everyone who could come, jammed into Campbell Stadium to see Nugent ' ; boys stomp Citadel. And they did just that, 39-0! All in all it was a great Homecoming. Alumni from classes as far back as 1903 returned to their Alma Mater for this weekend honoring them, and joined in that spirit of friendliness and hospitality which makes Florida State University outstanding among American universities. Five lovely co-eds were hopeful of being chosen FSU ' s 1955 Ho recoming Queen. Left to right, Margaret Ann Ballinger, Faye Anthony, Mary Margaret Williams, Caryl Ann James, and Anita Wall. And when the POW-WOW was over, a very proud Mom and Dad Ballinger posed with their beautiful and overjoyed daughter. Page 297 iw m 1 a rtij- — " ji- " ' K A M P U S Here and there Uncle Sam ' s pygmy fleet — POW! Right in the Antenna! The WEST HALL boys Number One girl, Jean Hayden. Chris and Bill reigned over the Sophc more Hoppers. This feat had the Psychology Department baffled . . . but Anita didn ' t seem too shocked at being named " Miss Betty Co-ed. ' K A P E R S during the year Not another Beauty Contest — last day for Tally-Ho pictures. Editor Heidel can sleep through any- Even a Dean of Men gets Spring Fever. " thing! The boys in MAGNOLIA could have found good use for President Campbell ' s birthday present . . . and the BMOC made Gold Key. s p o R T S TONY SWAIN Drum Major The MARCHING ROSTER Charlotte Abney, Richard Adams, Sue Allen, Ronald Anderson, Elizabeth Amies, Joseph Assad, Florence Ashby, Benjamin Baldy, Robert Baden, Warren Barrett, Linda Bean, Ronald Bell, Robert Bethea, Willa Bird, Bebe Bisbee, Dawn Bishop, Nettie Black, Ann Blackshear, Robert Blanton, Charles Blosch, Betty Lou Booth, Fred Boska, John Bracewell, James Bradford, Robert Brady, David Brinson, Helen Brinson, Tony Britton, Anita Brunson, JoAnn Budd, Arthur Buhrman, William Catledge, Nan Christian, Donald Clark, Stella Clark, Virginia Cobb, James Cochran, Gai Conradt-Eberlin, John Creel, Allen Crowell, Jackie Crew, James Cul- lipher, Charles Culbreath, Edwin Cargill, Alan David, Jim Dawson, Ernest Diaz, Mary Ann Duckett, Shirley Davis, Charles Curry, Bill Early, Clair Ellis, Mary Jo Fain, Frank Fansler, Bill Felton, Dale Fillastre, Bob Foun- tain, Larry Fraley, Eddie Franklin, Frank Freedman, John Garrett, Jon Gilbert, Tina Gifford, Tommy Glennan, Lyman Graham, Frances Gray, Tom Greenhaw, Herbert Greenlee, Felicia Granger, Janet Graff, Gail Hager, Shirley Hamblin, Lyman Hammond, Bill Hardin, Keith Harp, Scott Harpe, Ed Harrell, Richard Harrell, Pauline Hecht, Peggy Herrington, Mike Hipps, George Hitchcock, Louise Hover, Ruth Ann Heddon, Jackie Hailey, Jane Jackson, Nancy Jacobs, Denise Jacques, Marilyn Jones, Carl Johnson, Barbara Keesler, Lee Knowles, Anita Lane, Myra Ann Lay, Jean Levinson, Wayne Lewis, Barbara Little, Robert Loughrige, Alice Lucas, Ann Mac- Lachlan, Eric Maddox, Roy McChance, B. J. McFee, Sally McLain, Louis McNeil, Sally McNutt, Pat Milford, John Myers, Sara McMillan, Pat Meador, Sue Moseley, Agnes Nearing, Vergil Nipper, Aubrey Odom, Lil Olsen, Paul Ort, Paula Parsons, lone Perry, Bill Pharris, Carol Pinker, Betsy Pinkerton, Philip Posey, Robert Powell, Richard Puckett, Alan Putnam, Dixon Redditt, Lindsey Redmon, Carol Rehkop, Richard Reis, Raymond Revell, Marietta Richardson, Martha Robinson, James Rogers, Alice Ross, Harry Rozelle, Robert Saltz, Shirlee Saylor, Barbara Schaller, Robert Schlitt, Willa Schmit, Phyllis Schaddick, Mary Simmons, Jim Snowden, Tom Speck, John Stanley, Ellen Starbuck, Pat Stewart, Ann Summerford, Tony Swain, Polly Swain, Vince Tata, Willis Tatro, William Taylor, Carol Terpening, Jean Tl ompson, Charles Turner, Ray Turner, Patricia Turpin, Frank Valdes, Ann Verran, Meta Viohl, Lynn Waldron, Shirley Wallace, Norman Watson, Chril Welker, Joan Wells, J. W. Wells, Sidney Wilck, Martha Willis, Frances Wilson, Peggy Wilson and Patsy Zech. CHIEFS THE FLYING SEMINOLES . . . Paula Parsons, Dick Puckett and Ed Franklin. MR. MANLEY R. WHITCOMB Director The Chiefs, under the direction of Mr. Manley Whit- comb, have been the backbone of student body spirit at all the home football games, and have followed the team to Miami, DeLand, Tampa, Alabama, Mississippi, and in 1955 to El Paso, Texas, for the Sun Bowl Game and the Sun Carnival. Off the gridiron the band has made appearances in the Gasparilla Parades in Tampa, and the Governor ' s Inaugural parade in 1955, and of course, no Homecoming parade at FSU would be complete without the Chiefs out in front. THOSE FABULOUS MAJORETTES . . . Left to right: Anne Verran, Janet Graff, Patsy Zech, Barbara Keesler, Paula Parsons, B. J. McFee, Linda Been, Jackie Hailey, Alice Ross and Anne Summerford. Pago 303 THOMAS A. WAITS Head Cheerleader WILLIAM R. KIRKLAND MAURICE L. STEINBERG RICHARD L. AINSWORTH MARGARET ANN BALLINGER SARAH E. HAMBLEY PATRICIA A. HARRIS JUDY M. DEKLE CHEERLEADERS Impromptu pep rallies had staid old Westeott shaking to the sound of drumbeats and yells of " Scalp ' Em. " Fans jamming Campbell Stadium leaped to their feet and roared their support: " Go Seminoles . . . FSU One Time! " Four boys and four co-eds knocked themselves out at every rally, every game, to work the crowds into a frenzy of school spirit. They leaped into the air, turned cartwheels, threw themselves out of joint, and yelled them- selves hoarse . . . they gave all they had for their university. Hard work and little return. They did a great job. They did more than anyone could expect of eight students trying to excite an entire university. FSU says " hats off " to its cheerleaders. Kneeling: Judy Dekle, " Sticks " Steinberg, Pat Harris. Standing: Dick Ainsworth, Sarah Hamblcy, Tommy Waits, Margaret Ann Bollinger, Bill Kirkland. ' ■■ FOOTBALL FOOTBALL COACHES Florida State can boast of one of the best coaching staffs in the business. Head coach Tom Nugent is in his fourth year as Seminole mentor, with a staff of top- flight assistants, all of which have boosted FSU to the status of a major football threat. Nugent jumped the Seminoles into big-time ranks this year, and brought his young team through with a 5 and 5 total. With him guiding the hands of first-rate gridmen FSU looks for- ward to bigger and better years ahead. TOM NUGENT Head Coach BOB HARBISON VAUGHN MANCHA HUGH ADAMS WIN SIEGFRIED DON FAULS Trainer This was the kind of football played this season, hard- hitting, hard-driving, clean and sharp. THE 1955 SEMINOLE STORY Offsetting a rugged start, losing four of their first five starts, Florida State ' s gridmen made their first year in major college football a successful one with a fast finish. Few schools which have only been playing football for eight years can show an even record in their first year in the " big time " as the Seminoles did. North Carolina State, Furman, Villanova, The Citadel and Tampa, fell before the Tribe gridders in fast succession, and only a few minutes of playing time kept Virginia Tech from the list of victims. The Seminoles took to the gridiron against some of the big names in college football — Miami, Georgia, Georgia Tech, and small-but-tough Mississippi Southern. The Tribe lost these games, but it was the force of numbers, size and experience that licked them, certainly not the lack of plenty of scrap and aggressiveness. Offensively and defensively the Seminoles gave coaches like Andy Gustafson and Wally Butts something to chew their fingernails and worry about until they had poured enough men into the game to wear the Seminoles down, then the finish came easily. Most of Nugent ' s ace runners will be back for the 1956 season, including a top flight transfer named Bob Benn, who will be vying for honors in the QB slot in the Fall. Juniors Lee Corso, Buck Metts and Bill Odom ( who incidentally ranked sixth this year in national kickoff return statistics ) led the team in most of the rushing departments, while Len Swantic and Vic Prinzi shared the QB duties during most of the season. Defensive standouts during the 1955 season were tackles Bill Proctor, and Don Powell, guards Leo Baggett, Vince Gib- son, Al Pacifico and Jerry Jacobs; center Bob Crenshaw, and sophomore ends Bonnie Schomburger and Ham Bisbee. Over all, the season was the turning point in Seminole grid- iron history. It was that jump from small-time, unnoticed play, into the big fellows competition. The year was a valuable teacher imparting the necessary knowledge to put the Seminoles on an even keel in 1956 when once again they meet the Hurricanes and Bulldogs, and add rugged Auburn to their list of opponents. In the words of Coach Nugent, " Look out for 1956 and 1957 when this gang gets moving! " Tough opponents don ' t fall at a touch. The Seminoles had to get their men the hard way. Page 307 DON POWELL, tackle Senior . . . Birmingham, Ala. BOB CRENSHAW, center Senior . . . Miami 1955 CO-CAPTAINS F O O T B 1955 TEAM STATISTICS 1 M 72 First downs, rushing II First downs, passing 8 First downs, penalty 121 Total first downs 1517 Yards rushing 990 Yards passing 2507 Total net yards 147 Passes attempted 75 Passes completed 10 Passes intercepted by 53 Number of punts 37.3 Punting average 14 Fumbles lost 57 Penalties 585 Yards penalized Opponents 103 44 6 153 1960 1089 3049 146 73 12 50 32.8 18 60 590 September 22 September 29 October 6 October 13 October 20 October 27 November 2 November 10 November 17 November 24 1956 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE OHIO UNIVERSITY GEORGIA VIRGINIA TECH NORTH CAROLINA STATE WAKE FOREST (Homecoming) VILLANOVA MIAMI FURMAN MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN AUBURN Tallahassee Athens, Ga. Tallahassee Raleigh, N. C. Tallahassee Philadelphia, Pa. Miami Tallahassee Tallahassee Auburn, Ala. Poge 308 Tough Seminoles showed they could only be beate by size and numbers. L L F.S.U. 7 — N.C. STATE TALLAHASSEE, Sept. 17. - A fourth quarter pass good for 49 yards from Len Swantic to big Tom Feamster broke up a scoreless deadlock and carried Florida State to a 7-0 victory over North Carolina State in the opening game here tonight. The victors had driven from their own 13 to the State 49 and a third down situation with three inches to go when Swantic dropped back and lofted one to the giant Feamster at the Wolfpack 35. The only man who could have stopped him was a half step ahead of the play and by the time he turned around it was much too late to do so. The Seminoles ' biggest thrust of the first half was bogged down on the visitors ' 25 by a pass interception midway in the same quarter and the half ended 0-0. N.C. State took the kickoff on their 15 to open the second half and immediately marched to the Seminole 11 on the running of speedy George Marinkov primarily. There the Seminoles held once more but on the ensuing play, Swantic fumbled and the Wolfpack was once again in scoring position at the FSU 4. However, there the Tribe forward wall refused to give ■ in inch and after three plays Carolina lost two yards, a fourth down field goal failed, and FSU took over. A punting duel then ensued until midway in the final period when the Seminoles took it on their 13 and marched to the winning score on Swantic ' s timely toss. State took the kickoff back to the Seminole 28, but Corso ' s second interception kept the winners safe with only seconds to go. Feamster was outstanding on both offense and defense all night long, and tackle Vince Gibson led a rough FSU line that refused to give when the chips were down. It was the first official game in major-college ball for the Seminoles, and all in all a fine start. THE YARDSTICK FSU N.C. STATE First Downs 8 12 Rushing Yardage 115 167 Passing Yardage 105 28 Passes Att 10 11 Passes Comp 5 Passes Int. by 2 1 Punts 5 3 Punting Ave 32 35 Fumbles Lost 2 I Yards Penalized 51 10 Upper — N. C. State ' s Marinkov takes off on one of the jaunts which kept FSU fans on the edge of their seats. Corso and Swantic brought him sliding to the muddy turf. Lower — Corso literally snatches the ball from the hands of a NCS receiver and picks up yardage in the Seminole ' s first »vin of the season. TOM FEAMSTER, end JERRY JACOBS, guard BOB BARBER, fullback BUD LEONARD, fullback ior . . . 6-7, 250 . . . Warwick, Va. Senior . . . 6- 1 , 205 . . . South Bend, Ind. Junior ...5-11,210... Belle Glade Junior ... 5-1 1, 200 . . . Ocala RAY STAAB, center junior ... 5-11, 205 Charleston, W. Va. tm JM Ml Up. JOE HOLT, fullback sophomore ... 5-10, 180 Graham, N. C. AL PACIFICO, guard junior . . . 5-7, 203 Altoona, Pa. JOHN GRINER, fullback senior ... 5-10, 175 Jacksonville Hurricane QB Bonofiglio tries to side-step Len Swantic (12) but FB Joe Holt made sure it was just a step he took. The Seminoles fought defiantly against a stronger Miami eleven, but took a bow, 34-0. PLAYERS F.S.U. — MIAMI 34 MIAMI, Sept. 30. — The famed " drive series " of the University of Miami opened up for two quick touchdowns in the early moments of the second half to turn a close game into a rout and carry the Hurricanes to an easy 34-0 victory over Florida State ' s Seminoles before a record-breaking opener crowd of over 42,000 in the Orange Bowl here tonight. Two first quarter touchdowns had made it 13-0 at the halftime but Coach Nugent ' s undermanned Seminoles couldn ' t keep pace with Miami ' s power- ful offense in the third period and it became immediately evident that this was not Florida State ' s night. Tile Seminoles did get some condolence out of stopping the U of M ' s All-America candidate Whitcy Rouviere. The Miami speedster could get but 19 yards in 10 tries from scrimmage, considerably less than he got in the first game of the year against strong Georgia Tech. Excepting that, however, there were few bright spots for the FSU supporters who made the trip to see their boys in action. The Hurricanes seemingly moved the ball at will and in contrast the Seminoles ' offense was surprisingly impotent. Only once could the young charges of Tom Nugent enter the enemy ' s territory, that on a punt return to the Miami 48 by Buck Metts in the second quarter. Injuries to Len Swantic and Lee Corso hurt the Seminoles im- measurably in the late part of the contest when Miami moved about as they chose. Coach Nugent was high in his praise of linebackers Joe Holt and Bob Crenshaw, who led both teams in tackles and assists for the night. The loss of guard Al Pacifico before gametime hurt the team badly in the center of the line, however. THE YARDSTICK FSU MIAMI First Downs 5 22 Rushing Yardage 78 268 Passing Yardage 48 88 Passes Att 11 12 Passes Comp 4 4 Passes In , by 1 2 Punts 8 5 Punting Ave 31.4 37.6 Fumbles Lost 1 Yards Penalized 26.4 45 F.S.U. 20 — V.P.I. 24 TALLAHASSEE, Oct. 8. - The Florida State Seminoles put on a sensational last-ditch rally to score three times in the fourth quarter, then saw the Gobblers of VPI take advantage of a once-in-a-lifetime break to beat them, 24-20. With a near-capacity Band Day crowd looking on, the visitors rushed into a 21-0 lead in the first three quarters and appeared to have run away with the contest, when the Seminoles suddenly found themselves in the final period. With halfback Billy Odom leading the way, the Tribe drove to a score in the early moments of the quarter to make it a 21-7 game, but then the breaks went against them. Tackle Bill Proctor attempted an onside kick, but missed the ball and the Gobblers were given possession at the Seminole 40. Four plays later, the visitors kicked a 23-yard field goal and for all practical purposes the game was over. The Tribe would not die however. On the ensuing kickoff, Billy Odom brought the crowd to their feet with a sensational 89-yard touchdown run, the longest kickoff return in school history. VPI could not move after the kickoff and after taking a punt on their 41, the Seminoles came back 59 yards to score again with halfback Lee Corso leading the way. It was just too late, though, and the contest ended with VPI in possession. For three quarters, it was all VPI as the Gobblers flashed one of the sharpest offensives the Seminoles will see all year. Statistically, the visitors had things all their own way, but sta- tistics don ' t mean anything to the Seminole fans who saw that great fourth quarter spurt. Numerous fumbles halted the majority of VPI ' s drives in the first quarter, but they tallied twice in the second period, the last one set up when a pass interception and 72-yard run by center Jack Prater broke up the Tribe ' s only serious threat of the half at the VPI 15. The Seminoles found the right combination with Vic Prinzi at the helm, Corso and Odom at the halves and Bud Leonard at fullback late in the third period, but the hands of fate and lack of time prevented them from taking charge. Outstanding for the visitors was the field generalship and aerial arm of quarterback Bob Cranwell, while the running of Odom who did not start the game was the brightest spark in the losing FSU cause. Another night, a good kick and things might have been a different story. Coach Nugent and the boys didn ' t have time to worry much about it because Georgia was next and the Bulldogs are no patsies. THE YARDSTICK VSV VPI First Downs 12 23 Rushing Yardage 93 247 Passing Yardage 123 173 Passes Attempted 18 W Passes Completed 12 12 Passes Intercepted By 1 Punts 5 j Punting Average - 43.5 44 Fumbles Lost 1 _3 Yards Penalized 30 77 Upper — Seminole QB Swantic looks for a way out from under the long arm of a VPI lineman. Lower — Over the head of the VPI end and into the waiting arms of Hb Lee Corso, Vic Prinzi (10) and Bob Crenshaw ( 50 1 are ready to run interference. TROY BARNES, tackle RONNIE SCHOMBURGER, end 3:iomoTe . . . 6-2, 206 . . . Chicasaw, Ala.sophomore ... 6-1, 1 90 . . . Pittsburgh, Pa. BILLY ODOM, halfback junior . . . 5-8, 1 65 . . . Mt. Dora LEE CORSO, halfback junior ... 5-1 1, 170... Miami . -A Upper — Grim determination shows in Swantic ' ; dog defenders to rack up the first Seminole TD Lower — Fumble! Georgia QB Harper (on ground, right) lost the bal Wilkins, (85) tries to recover. Schomburger (80) and Jacobs (61) in to change his mind. face as he evades two Bull I and move F.S.U. 14 — GEORGIA 47 TALLAHASSEE, Oct. 15. - The University of Georgia foot- hall tram passed through here tonight, and that ' s about all that most Seminole fans would like to remember about this game, a brutal 47-14 Georgia triumph before 21,000 fans. The rising Bulldogs used every FSU miscue to their own advantage and turned a close game into a rout in the opening minutes of the second half. The Tribe held their opponents to a 13-7 lead at halftime, but early after the intermission the roof fell in. On the first scrimmage play of the second half, fullback Garrard of Georgia broke through the Seminole line and gal- loped 67 yards for a TD. Less than three minutes later, the Bulldogs had scored again and opened things up, on a pass interception and a touchdown aerial from Harper to Wilkins. Georgia took advantage of a break to score both times in the first half. A fumble by the Seminoles on the opening kick- off set up the first score. The Bulldogs pounced on it and marched 40 yards to make it 6-0 before four minutes of playing time had elapsed. Late in the same period, a weak Georgia punt hit Seminole Don Powell and an alert Bulldog grabbed it to give the visitors possession on their own 33. Three pass plays later they had scored again and the Tribe was 13-0 down. Down, but not out. With a 43-yard pass from Len Swantic to Ham Bisbee leading the way, the Seminoles marched to a score late in the second period, Swantic doing the d. ' rty work himself from 12 yards out. At halftime it was still a game at Before the Marching Chiefs had time to all reach their seats m the stands after the halftime show, Garrard exploded like a mad bull on his touchdown run and minutes later it was 26-7. The Tribe fought back, but the rugged, angry Bulldog would not be denied. Unfazed by a second FSU touchdown drive he roared back for three more scores and the largest crowd in school history went home with a vivid memory of the rough- est, toughest Georgia team seen in these parts in a long time. Swantic, who scored both touchdowns, was the outstanding player on the field for FSU, although he didn ' t start the game. Lee Corso and Buck Metts showed encouraging ball-carrying ability though, and the Tribe ran up 121 yards on the ground against one of the toughest lines in the South. Warned of a top-notch passing attack, the Seminoles cer- tainly did not expect the hard-driving ground offensive that Georgia unleashed. The 283 yards the Bulldogs rolled up on the ground was more than even mighty Miami could get. With Georgia Tech due next, Tallahassee fans were already looking towards the last five games of the season, when they hoped the Seminoles could put things on a more even basis. This business of big-time football is a tough one, the young Tribe was rapidly learning. THE YARDSTICK FSU GA. First Downs i | f , Rushing Yardage . . 12] 283 Passing Yardage ] gg .- )4 Passes Attempted 17 ]jj Passes Completed 7 j« Passes Intereepted By 1 j Punts 7 4 Punting Average m 34 Fumbles Lost 1 ] Yards Penalized ]]5 gQ BOB ELLIOTT, guard .. 5-1 1, 185 ... St. PetersDurg BUCK METTS, halfback junior ... 5-10, 175 .. . Sanford senior VINCE GIBSON, guard .5-10, 185 .. . Birmingham, Ala. LEN SWANTIC, quarterback | junior ... 5-1 1, 1 80 . . . Columbusi F.S.U. — GEORGIA TECH 34 ATLANTA, Ga., Oct. 22. - For 28 minutes a fired-up Florida State University football team shocked a near-capacity Grant Field crowd here this afternoon as they held Georgia Tech ' s gridiron powerhouse to a 7-0 lead with two minutes left in the first half. Then the Tribe ' s depth gave out and Bobby Dodd ' s Yellow Jackets raced to three quick touchdowns, one just before the end of the half and two the first two times they handled the ball in the third period. Their fourth straight defeat came much the same way as the first three for Coach Tom Nugent ' s Seminoles, as they were able to keep themselves on nearly even terms for most of the first half, but were forced to give when their manpower ran out in the second half. Tech struck quickly after the kickoff, then had to wait until the end of the half before pushing across another score. The first time the Jackets got their hands on the pigskin, halfback George Volkert toted it 73 yards to put them in scoring position at the FSU 6. There the Seminoles put on one of their many goal line stands of the first half, although it only delayed the inevitable Tech touchdown. Four running plays left Tech a foot short, and Seminole Buck Metts kicked out, only to have Wade Mitchell bring the punt back 39 yards for a touchdown and a 7-0 Tech lead. A 32-yard screen pass from Len Swantic to Lee Corso gave the Tribe one of their few excursions into Tech territory after the kickoff, the play going to the locals ' 43-yard line. The next three plays netted but two yards, and that was as far as the Seminoles ever got. A 49-yard drive in the waning minutes of the half got Tech another score, and in the third period the roof fell in on the Seminoles ' hopes of an upset. Coach Dodd just cleaned the bench and overpowered the Tribe with his bench strength. Quarterback Toppy Vann climaxed a 59-yard march by the Jackets after the third period kickoff, sneaking over from 1 yard out to make it 20-0. Corso bobbled the kickoff, and Tech pounced on it and shortly had themselves another score. The Seminoles made a few other penetrations into Tech territory, but never threatened seriously against their vastly superior opponents. The Tribe made the Jackets wait until the final minute of play for their fifth score, which came on a 40-yard pass play. Though the Tribe often halted the victors deep in FSU ter- ritory on the ground, key pass completions set up the Tech scores at crucial moments. It was another case of the Seminoles simply lacking the depth to cope with the big boys and Coach Tom Nugent was eagerly looking forward to the last five games of the season, which offered easier opposition. THE YARDSTICK FSU GA. TECH First Downs 5 24 Rushing Yardage 11 290 Passing Yardage 64 152 Passes Attempted 3 11 Passes Completed 1 1 Passes Intercepted By 1 1 Punts 10 3 Punting Average 34.9 31 Fumbles Lost 1 1 Yards Penalized 109 100 A • ■ i J P at i yM : :: J Upper — Corso (20) is stopped after a single yard gain by a determined Yellow Jacket line. Swantic (12) seems about to snap off someone ' s leg at the joint. Lower — Corso again, breaking through with plenty of assistance from Pa- cifico (66) and Odom (21). This was a tough one for the Tribe; they dropped it, 34-0. LEO BAGGETT, guard VIC PRINZI, quarterback BILLY WEAVER, halfback omore . . . 5-9, 1 95 . . . Panama City sophomore . . . 6-0, 175... Waverly, N. Y. sophomore . . . 6-0, 1 80 . . . Miami HAMILTON BISBEE, end sophomore ... 6-1, 175 .. . Sanford - F.S.U. 16 — VILLANOVA 13 TALLAHASSEE, Nov. 5. - Guard Leo Baggett grabbed a fumble and fell into the end zone with the winning touchdown midway in the fourth quarter to climax one of the most unusual Seminole victories of the year here this afternoon, 16-13. The first annual Dad ' s Day crowd of 9,700 watched the in- vaders grab an early lead, lose it then regain it as the Seminoles fought back time after time. Baggett ' s timely recovery came after the Tribe had driven to a first down at the visitors ' four-yard line then failed to score in this battle of mistakes and errors. The Wildcats drove 61 yards to take a 7-0 margin early in the second period, but the fired-up Tribe marched back to the Villanova seven before being halted. However, a low snap from center on an attempted punt gave the Tribe a break and end Ham Bisbee ' s diving tackle gave the locals a safety. With a 15-yard penalty for illegal substitution setting back the invaders, the Tribe drove 47 yards to score after the kick- off and Bill Proctor ' s kick made it 9-7 at the halftime break. A clipping penalty and a pass interception halted two Semi- nole drives at the start of the second half, and then Villanova grabbed the advantage again. Quarterback Bill Magee snatched one of Len Swantic ' s passes out of the air and raced 64 yards to give the invaders a 13-9 lead and Tribe hopes fell. Minutes later, the visitors fumbled and the Tribe was seem- ingly on their way to score again. The drive was halted in the shadow of the goal posts, however, and Villanova appeared to be in the driver ' s seat. Magee fumbled, however, and Baggett pounced on it with the aid of a hard tackle by Vince Gibson. Proctor ' s extra point was all that was needed to clinch a happy Dad ' s Day for the Seminole fans. THE YARDSTICK FSU VILLANOVA First Downs 13 12 Rushing Yardage 206 141 Passing Yardage (!) 56 Passes Attempted 7 III Passes Completed 3 7 Passes Intercepted By (I 2 Punts 5 7 Punting Average 42.2 27.6 Fumbles Lost 1 3 Yards Penalized 46 50 Upper — HB Bill Weaver leap; to avoid a fallen Villanova man and is brought down by McComb (80) and Barry (78) after picking up 37 yards on the pass from Corso. Lower — Looks more like wrestling than football, but it stopped Bill Odom ' s jaunt goalward. TED RODRIQUE, quarterback BILL PROCTOR, tackle sophomore ... 5-11, 1 87 . . . Lynn, Mass. senior . . . 6-4, 235 . . . Winter Park Page 314 I PETE OVERTON, end sophomore ... 6-1, 180 Henderson, N. C. PAT VERSPRILLE quarterback sophomore . . . 6-2, 190 Norfolk, Va. Bill Weaver I 26) breaks out on a run that put him far down in Furman territory. Numb fingers from frigid weather held the Seminoles to three TD ' s in downing the Purple Hurricanes, 19-6. F.S.U. 19 — FURMAN 6 GREENVILLE, S. C, Nov. 11. — Fighting near-freezing temperatures and an inspired opponent, the Florida State Seminoles downed a battling Furman team, 19-6 here tonight. A fired-up Furman team which had failed to win all season jumped the gun on the surprised Tribe and bolted to an early 6-0 lead in the first period. Hampered by 38-degree weather, the Seminoles came back midway in the second period to knot the count, Joe Holt hitting pay dirt to climax a 63-yard drive. The extra point missed the mark, though, and a surprised Florida State team left the field at the intermission in a 6-6 deadlock. The Purple Hurricanes began to make mistakes in the third period, and the Tribe took immediate advantage of them. A fumble set up the second Tribe score at the Furman ' 31. and a few plays later Bill Weaver took a pitchout 11 yards around end to make it 13-6. Paced by sharp passing by quarterback Jim Boyle, the winless Furmans drove to the Tribe 39, but a penalty and a toughening Seminole defense halted proceedings at that point. Halfback Lee Corso capped a 59-yard scoring drive with a touchdown from five yards out early in die final period, and after that it was all over. Furman ' s red-hot aerial attack continued to puncture the Tribe defenses with the short passes, but to no avail as the Seminoles held on to their second straight win. The victorious Seminoles ground out 251 yards rushing, and the Tribe forward wall held the opponents with a mere 66. Passing- wise, the Seminoles were in trouble all the time, though. The ' Canes pitched for 215 yards in the air and were always threatening. THE YARDSTICK FSU FURMAN First Downs 18 !l Rushing Yardage 251 66 Passing Yardage 98 215 Passes Attempted 13 21 Passes Completed 8 10 Passes Intercepted By Punts 4 6 Punting Average 35.5 34.2 Fumbles Lost 1 1 Yards Penalized 70 65 JERRY HENDERSON halfback sophomore ... 5-1 1, 160 Pensacola GENE COX, halfback senior ... 5-10, 175 Lake City r ar m § 4 Upper — The ball ' s not in the center of that pile-up, but high above their heads (center) as confusion reigns in the opening play of the Homecoming game. Lower — Buck Metts sweeps around end to try for another coup. He scored three times in the Seminole rout of the South Carolinians, 39-0. HOMECOMING F.S.U. 39 — CITADEL TALLAHASSEE, Nov. 19. - Halfback Buck Metts scored his first three touchdowns of the year here today, all in the first half, to pace Florida State ' s Seminoles to a 39-0 Homecoming triumph over The Citadel. With 15,756 students and grads looking on, Met ts and half- hack Billy Odom ran wild through the Bulldog defenses to make a shambles of an expected close game. Thus the Tribe kept up its hopes of finishing the season with a winning record, chalking up their third straight triumph and evening their mark at 4-4 for the year. Metts plunged three yards the second time the Seminoles got the ball, climaxing a 37-yard drive which made it 7-0. Just before the end of the first quarter, the 175-pound Sanford speedster plunged ten yards to climax an 80-yard drive and another FSU score. With time running out in the first half, end Tom Feamster pounced on a Bulldog fumble at the visitors ' 42, and shortly thereafter Metts grabbed a 10-yard heave from Lcn Swantic to make it 19-0. On the first scrimmage play of the second half, the Tribe continued where they left off, as Odom drove 43 yards to put the Seminoles out of reach with a 26-0 lead. Quarterbacks Swantic and Ted Rodrique added the clinchers in the final period, but the opponents had run out of fight by this time and the grads were already beginning to celebrate. The Bulldogs fought their way to the Seminole 26 in the waning moments of the contest, but a pass interception by halfback Billy Weaver ended the visitors ' only serious threat. The Tribe ground out an unprecedented 355 yards on the ground, and added another 139 in the air that they didn ' t need. It was the seventh success in eight homecoming contests for the Tribe, and all indications continued to point towards a successful season for Nugent ' s Seminoles. THE YARDSTICK FSU CITADEL First Downs 21 11 Rushing Yardage 355 96 Passing Yardage , . .139 58 Passes Attempted Hi 17 Passes Completed !t 4 Passes Intercepted Bv 3 I Punts 3 !) Punting Average 44.5 32.!) Fumbles Lost 3 4 Yards Penalized 75 12 WILLIE GARDNER, tackle sophomore . . . 6-0, 220 . . . Tampa CHARLES KICKLIGHTER, tackle senior ...6-1,211 ... Savannah, Ga. BILL MUSSELMAN, tad sophomore ... 5-1 1, 210 Lynchburg, Va. Page 316 The Seminoles made a valiant effort to match last year ' s defeat of the Colonels. F.S.U. 6 — MISS. SOUTHERN 21 HATTIESBURG, Miss., Nov. 25. - A big, hard-charg ' ng Mississippi Southern line brought Florida State ' s dream of a winning season crashing to the muddy turf here tonight, 21-6. With a chilly crowd of 7,000 fans looking on, the big Southern forwards limited the Seminoles to a mere 53 yards on the ground while their own backs ground out 310 to salt away their ninth win in ten starts. The loss ended the Tribe winning streak at three games, and killed their chances of finishing with a winning mark, giving FSU a 4-5 mark with one game remaining. Led by a hard-driving end named Harold Clark, the Southern linemen halted FSU drives at the 31, 20, 11 and 7-yard lines before the Seminoles broke through in the final quarter to avoid a shutout. Short passes by quarterback Vic Prinzi who tossed for 163 yards all told, paced the Tribe ' s only scoring drive, a 51-yard jaunt after Southern had gained a 21-0 lead. The winners utilized sudden death plays for long gains that set up all of their scores. A 37-yard pass play set up the first score which came on the fiinal scrimmage play of the first period. A 62-yard dash midway in the second period led to the second Southern tally, and a 29-yard pass play on fourth down directly produced the clincher in the final period. Hampered by the loss of Buck Metts, the hero of last week ' s Homecoming victory, the Tribe threatened many times to score on Prinzi ' s air arm, but the Sun-Bowl bound Southerners refused to let them into TD territory each time. Metts was out with a knee injury and saw no action whatsoever, while center Bob Crenshaw was slowed considerably by a similar type ailment. THE YARDSTICK FSU SOUTHERN First Downs 11 13 Rushing: Yardage 53 310 Passing Yardage HS3 93 Passes Attempted 29 6 Passes Completed 14 5 Passes Intercepted By II 2 Punts 6 7 Punting Average 37.0 32.5 Fumbles Lost 1 2 Yards penalized 17 81 HOBO ACKERMAN center sophomore . . 5-11, 190 Hopewell, Va. STEVEN DEAN halfback sophomore . . 5-10, 173 Oxford, N. C. NORMAN OLSON end junior . . . 5-7, 1 7 1 Henderson. N. C. • ■ J CARMEN BATTAGLIA halfback sophomore . . . 5-8, 180 Niagara Falls, N. Y. EMIL ABOOD, halfback sophomore . . . 5-9, 170 Jacksonville JOHN CRAIG, tackle sophomore ... 6-1, 200 Orlando Page 318 F.S.U. 26 — TAMPA 7 TAMPA, Dec. 5. — With a different man scoring in each quarter, Florida State ' s football team ended its season on a successful note by defeating the University of Tampa here, 26-7. The contest ended an eight-year series between the two teams as Florida State announced immediately afterward that it was discontinuing the games between the two teams. In winning their sixth game as against the Spartans ' two, the Tribe was never in danger, scoring on three sustained touchdown drives of 67, 60, and 62 yards to even up their campaign at 5-5. With ace halfback, Don Herndon, held to a mere 13 yards in six tries, the Tampans were unable to get out of their own territory until their 69-yard drive in the fourth quarter. Buck Metts from five yards out, Len Swantic around end on a keeper play, and Lee Corso on a one-yard plunge were responsible for the first three FSU scores, and end Ham Bisbee blocked a punt then scored on a pass play for the fourth Seminole score. Tackle Bill Proctor kicked the first extra point, and Corso sneaked over for the second one after Proctor faked a kick. The Tribe ' s big ends, Bonnie Schomburger and Tom Feamster, kept Tampa ' s favorite end- around play under wraps until the final quarter when the Seminoles had already scored all their points. Thus the Tribe ended their first season in major college football successfully, and brought to an end the long series with Tampa. THE YARDSTICK FSU TAMPA First Downs 18 9 Rushing Yardage 18!) 108 Passing Yardage 112 59 Passes Attempted 15 12 Passes Completed 9 5 Passes Intercepted By 1 1 Punts 1 5 Punting Average 51 29.8 Fumbles Lost 3 2 Yards Penalized 50 80 Odom (21 ) was stopped on this play by a couple of Spartan defenders, but the Tribe ' s final game was a 26-7 victory. JNDS t JUNIOR VARSITY FRESHMAN SQUAD GAME RESULTS FSU Opponent Opponent 14 Georgia Tech Freshman Squad 19 Miami Freshman Squad 19 31 Robbins Air Force Base 7 Mississippi Southern Freshmen 14 Page 319 J. K. " BUD " KENNEDY Coach THE JIM OLER STORY A 5-10, 185-pound guard, Jim Oler ended an outstanding four- year career at FSU which netted him 1,820 points in 91 games. The 21-year-old eager accounted for 216 field goals in 1956, establishing a FSU record. Almost always calm and silent on the hardwood, he sank 311 free throws this year and missed only 69— an average of 82 per cent. More impressive is his overall scoring output. Oler bucketed 743 points in 1956 to better by almost 200 his sensational standard set last year. Playing in all of Florida State ' s 25 games, he averaged 29.7 points per game. Although the FSU schedule appeared stacked in spots, Oler ' s efforts against some of the best teams in the nation were note- worthy. In a personal battle against the only two 1955 Ail- Americans he faced, Oler came out with scoring honors both times. In the Seminole ' s opening game with North Carolina State, he scored 26 while Ron Shavlik, the Wolf pack star, netted just 10. Against West Virginia and Hot Rod Hundley, Oler hit 27 and the Mountaineer ace was held to seven. Oler scored over 30 points per game in 11 games and failed to tally at least 20 only twice. This year, for the second straight year, Jim was named to the all-conference team by coaches in the Florida Intercollegiate Basketball Conference. Teammates Dick Artmeier and Gary Wold also took all-conference honors. Oler, who has already been approached by the Minneapolis Lakers and St. Louis Hawks of the National Basketball Associa- tion, says he will either play professionallv or pursue graduate work at FSU. BASKET FSU 63 54 101 91 89 104 76 86 71 69 59 85 78 71 76 81 85 90 87 02 85 89 85 72 80 1956 SEASON Opponent North Carolina State East Tennessee State " Rollins College " Stetson University " University of Tampa Morningside College Clemson University Boston University Mississippi State University of West Virginia Santa Clara College New York University •University of Miami •Rollins College University of Georgia Georgia Teachers College Loyola ( New Orleans ) Troy State College •University of Tampa " Florida Southern College •Florida Southern College " Stetson University •University of Miami Loyola ( New Orleans ) University of Georgia Opponent 88 79 65 78 67 83 90 52 79 78 61 83 76 70 73 90 75 65 61 74 81 83 91 75 75 Florida Intercollegiate Basketball Conference games. Senior JIM OLER . . 5-10, 185 guard . Economy, Ind. Page 320 i BALL With Jim Oler breaking almost every scoring record, Florida State ' s cagemen overcame a rough start to establish a 16-9 record for the season ' s play. For the second consecutive year the SeminoVs dominated the Florida Intercollegiate Basket- ball Conference, with onlv a last-game defeat bv the University of Miami Hurricanes marring the otherwise perfect score. The season was featured by two pre-season tourneys, the Carrousel Classic, and the Orange Bowl tournament, but the Tribe cagers posted but a single victory in each. Center Gary Wold, who graduates with Oler, finished second to the bantam guard in almost every department, but was far behind with a 14.4 average and more than 350 points. However, the 6-7 center points with pride to the early season contest with North Carolina State when he held All- American Ron Shavlik to 10 points. Forward Dick Artmeier finished third in scor- ing but was a defensive rather than an offensive standout, including holding Ail-American Hot Rod Hundley to seven points in the Orange Bowl Tourney. The other graduating!; seniors are Wayne Pat- ton and Ed Wursbach, both of whom started the final game against Georgia and will be sorely missed next season. Bob Williams filled the fourth spot in the starting array, and the fifth spot was split be- tween Bobbv Ward, Tom Garcia, and Stu Gregory. " UART GREGORY . . . forward ior . . . 6-5, 175 .. . Jacksonville BOB WARD . . . forward Junior . . . 6-3, 175 .. . Lynette, Ala. TOM GARCIA . . . guard Sophomore . . . 5-8, 1 60 ... Ft. Myers GARY WOLD . . . center Senior . . . 6-7, 215... Madison, Wis. BOB WAITS . . . guard Junior . . . 6-0, 160 Jacksonville f zji ED WURSBACH forward Senior . . . 6-4, 180 Daytona Beach Oler believes in student participation at basketball games. dSPiSji - 15 r BOB WILLIAMS center Junior . . . 6-8, 205 Covington, Ind. Final FSU Figures n i .r, ' «a? WAYNE PATTON guard Senior ... 5-1 1, 185 St. Louis, Mo. G FGA FG Pet. FTA FT Pet. Rb. Avg. PF Pts. Avg. Oler 25 470 216 46 380 311 82 136 5.4 61 743 29.7 Wold 25 Ml 116 IK 181 1 89 71 237 9.5 !ll 361 14.4 Artmeier . . .. 25 261 98 38 116 711 68 167 6.7 90 275 11.0 Gregory .. 25 163 64 39 r l 30 56 l. ' l 1.8 67 158 6.3 Garcia 22 145 II 30 61 15 71 49 ' l. ' l 10 133 6.0 Ward 23 135 15 33 13 89 67 82 3.6 21 119 5.2 Williams . . 22 in 34 35 : •; 34 ;.- 176 7.6 51 102 4.7 Patton 14 ■:x l-. ' 13 16 in 63 17 1.2 19 34 8.4 Twomey .. 20 16 II 30 80 9 15 39 L.9 ;i 37 1.8 Waits it; 34 II 32 16 7 II 24 !..-» n 89 1.8 Mahoney . . !» 18 ii .- ( 3 2 67 8 .!! K 14 1.6 Wursbach 15 16 7 II 5 1 so IK 1.2 II IK 1.2 Team 58 Own Totals 25 1648 667 10 947 689 73 1129 45.1 497 2023 80.9 Opponents .. 25 1 703 710 r: 799 494 I! ' . ' 1188 47.5 554 1914 76.5 Page 322 i Opening the season with North Carolina State and facing a tough tournament array shortly thereafter, the Seminoles were staggering under a 4-6 mark when thev opened FIBC play, but proceeded to take 12 of 15 from there on out. Features in FIBC play included a thrilling 78-76 win over Miami here on Jim Oler ' s last minute free throws, and an 89-73 triumph over Stetson which cost the Hatters their first defeat on their home floor. To date the Seminoles have never tasted de- feat on their home court; the final victory over Georgia was their 23rd straight in Tallahassee. DICK ARTMEIER . . . forward Senior ... 6-1, 185 Clarksburg, Ind. DON ALFORD . . . forward Junior . . . 6-2, 1 75 Napierville, III. DARRYLL MAHONEY . . . guard Sophomore ... 6-1, 170 Campbellsburg, Ky. FRED TWOMEY . . . forward Junior . . . 6-2, 200 Gloucester, Mass. 24 V Hf 111 — 4Bh MAX LONG . . . pitcher Senior . . . 6- 1 , 1 80 . . . Jacksonville GEORGE HEHEMANN . . . pitcher Senior . . . 6-2, 195 St. Petersburg " ■t k - JOHN ASH . . . pitcher Junior ... 5-10, 1 80 . . . Tallahassee RONALD FRASER . . . pitcher I Junior ... 5-1 1, 170 Nutley, N. J. OL S E M I N G DANNY LITWHILER Coach RONALD MELTON Assistant Coach DAVE BUCHANAN Manager TONY AVITABLE . . . pitcher Junior ...5-11, 175 Lindhurst, N. Y. FRED TWOMEY . . . outfield Junior . . . 6-2, 205 Gloucester, Mass. GARY ASHLEY . . . catcher Senior . . . 5-9, 175 G reenville, S. C. IE DIAMONDMEN After flashing a 17-6 mark against probably the toughest slate in history in 1955, the Florida State baseballers looked forward to an even more rugged schedule this season. Featured by the first annual Florida State Invitational Base- ball tournament, the schedule included such big names as Furman, Indiana, Wisconsin, Cincinnati, and five games with the Georgia Bulldogs. Even bigger teams arrived for the Easter tournament: Brown, North Carolina, Wisconsin, Illinois, Notre Dame and West Vir- ginia. In 1955 the Tribe diamondmen tied the mark for the most games won, and set new ones for most runs scored, most doubles, most hits, most runs batted in and most stolen bases in a season. Outfielder Rilev Seevers emerged as the top hitter, pounding out 27 hits for a .415 batting average, the highest in the history of the school. GALE TUGGLE Senior . . . 5-6, 160 outfield Mulgo, Ala. BOB VAUGHN . . . catcher Senior ... 6-1, 1 90 . . . Miami 1956 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Site March Hi Furman University Tallahassee i; Furman University Tallahassee 23 Fla. Southern Col. Tallahassee ;i Fla. Southern Col. Tallahassee 26 Indiana University Tallahassee :: Indiana University Tallahassee 29 30 First 3] Annual April 1 Florida • State 3 Invitational l Tournament 5 Tallahassee 6 University of Wisconsin (Exhibition) Ft. alton Beach 7 University of Wisconsin (Exhibition) Ft. alton Beach « Univ. of Florida Gainesville III Univ. of Florida Gainesville III Univ. of Cincinnati Tallahassee -. ' II Stetson University Tallahassee 21 Stetson University Tallahassee 23 Univ. of Georgia Tallahassee 24 Univ. of Georgia Tallahassee 25 Univ. of Georgia Tallahassee 27 Univ. of Miami Tallahassee 28 Univ. of Miami Tallahassee May 4 Ga. St. Tchrs. Col. Statesboro 5 Ga. St. Tchrs. Col. Statesboro 7 Georgia Athens 8 Georgia Athens 11 Rollins College Tallahassee 12 Rollins College Tallahassee Page 325 BASEBALL a Slugging first-baseman Fred Twomey, slated for a switch to the outfield in 1956, established marks for most home runs, with 6, and runs batted in with 26. Other marks set or tied in 1955 were for most hits, 32 by Billy Campbell ( .356 ) and a new one for most assists, 90 by shortstop Phil Hunt. Twomey also led in doubles with six, but outfielder Bob Hudson and catcher Bob Vaughn shared the triples crown with three apiece. George Hehemann and Tony Avitable had perfect pitching records, but got only one decision apiece, and the top hurlers were Tommy Garcia and John Ash. Garcia and Ash both recorded 5-1 marks and Ash had the best earned-run average, 2.41. Hurler Max Long had a 4-2 record and led in strikeouts and Lases on halls with H and 29 respectively. Campbell, Hudson and Ham Weinke were the only losses from the 1955 squad and Coach Danny Litwhiler had an excellent chance of equaling or bettering his mark in 1956. CARLEE HENDRIX . . . shortstop Junior . . . 6-0, 1 65 . . . Panama City BOB ROSSELL . . . outfield Sophomore . . . 5-9, 1 60 Chicago, III. FRED KENNY . . . pitcher Sophomore . . . 6-0, 1 70 West Palm Beach - RILEY SEEVERS . . . outfield Sophomore . . . 5-9, 165 Tallahassee TOM GARCIA . . . pitcher Sophomore . . . 5-8, 165 Ft. Myers FRANK SLUSSER . . . pitcher Sophomore . . . 5-9, 160 Nescopeck, Pa. HARVEY SWEENEY . . . 1st base Junior ... 5-1 1, 1 60 . . . Tallahassee F. S. U. JIM ATWOOD . . . pitcher Senior ... 6- 1 , 200 . . . Miami PFILIP HUNT . . . shortstop Sophomore . . . 5-9, 160 West Palm Beach LEE CORSO . . . outfield Junior . . . 5-1 1, 170 . . . Miami ' " .» •:::..:: N. B. " BIM " STULTS Coach Jubilant Seminoles dunk " Bim " after their 66-18 rout of the Gators. S W I M M The Seminole swimmers lost their great dual meet win- ning streak in the 1956 season, but managed to rack up such a decisive over-all record that the loss of this prestige went unnoticed. the home meet which drew the most support from FSU fans and gave the tankers their greatest satisfaction was their decisive sinking of the University of Florida Gators, 65-18. The Seminoles won every event except the diving. In a return match in Gainesville the Gators managed to squeak out a 43-41 win over the Seminoles, but just to prove that that loss was an " off day, " the Tribesmen took first place in the Florida AAU, leaving Florida in their wake by 47 points - 116M - 69M. Previous to the Florida AAU meet the Seminoles had invaded Georgia and brought home the Georgia AAU title, establishing the FSU mermen as southeastern champions. Besides Florida, the only other team to outclass the Seminoles was Texas A M, who took a 49 2 - 34 2 decision in their home pool. While still in the land of Texas the Seminoles met the SMU swimmers on their home ground and handed them a 51-33 defeat. JOE MACK JORDAN . . . manager JIM JULIAN . . . freestyle Sophomore . . . Jacksonville Junior . . . 6-0, 1 59 . . . Jacksor] I N G 1956 SEASON RESULTS First Place, Georgia AAU, February 25. First Place, Florida AAU, March 16-17. Entered NCAA Championships, March 29- 31, New Haven, Conn. Entered NAAU Championships, April 5-7, New Haven, Conn. FSU Opponent Opponent 59 University of Georgia 25 60 Emory University 24 51 Southern Methodist 33 34X Texas A M 49 58 Vanderbilt University 26 62 University of Kentucky 22 58 Georgia Tech 26 66 University of Florida 18 48 University of Georgia 36 41 University of Florida 43 Above: Julian and Tschirret (foreground) match Florida ' s best in (he 200 yd. freestyle. Julian took first, Tschirret second. Below: Joyful Seminole rooters laud the tankers ' victory over Florida in the first year of varsity competition between the two universities. NORMAN SHIPLEY . . . backstroke Senior . . . 6-2, 185 Kansas City, Kan. ST ATE EN ABBOTT . . . freestyle DON LEWIS . . . relay RON TWITTY . . . freestyle Sophomore ... 6- 1 , 170 Sophomore . . . 6-0, 175 Junior . . . 6-0, 160 . . . Chicago j Birmingham, Ala. Daytona Beach st ate St WT DICK RHOTON, breaststroke Senior ... 5-1 1, 150 Keokuk, Iowa GRAHAM TESCHKE, freestyle Junior . . . Euclid, Ohio BILL PONDER, diver Sophomore ... 5-1 1, 160 Ocala MIKE TSCHIRRET, freestyle Junior ... 5-1 1, 165 Toledo, Ohio The Florida AAU trophy looks good in Seminole hands. S W I M M Most encouraging from Coach " Bim " Stults ' point of view was the outstanding crop of freshmen. Led by the G-men, Charles Gentry and jerry Clancy, the frosh were instrumental in almost every Tribe victory, and had two wins of their own over the Gator yearlings. Veterans who paced the Seminoles were Ken Ab- bott, Jim Julian, Graham Teschke, Don Lewis, Dick Rhoton, John Risher, Joel Jacobs, Mike Tschirret, and Norm Shipley. Seminole swimmers were given a chance to match their prowess against national competition by entry in the NCAA and NAAU Championships in New Haven, Connecticut, during March and April. 4 I N G Above: Four high school All-Americans joined the Semino ' e fre h en squad. John Prekup, sprints; Glen Thatcher, sprints; Ralph Weibel, diver; Charles Gentry, breaststroke. Below: Seminole swimmers met and defeated the Georgia Bulldogs. JOE JACOBS, breaststroke Sophomore . . . 6-2, 162 Ft. Lauderdale BYRON RHODES, divei Senior . . . 5-9, 133 Albany, Ga. JOHN RISHER, backstroke Sophomore . . . 6-2, 160 Highland, Mich. JOEL RADENCIC, diver Freshman . . . 5-6, 154 Cleveland, Ohio GYMNASTICS TEAM CO-CAPTAINS RONNIE AMSTER RAFAEL LECUONA Junior . . . Chicago, III. Junior . . . Havana, Cuba FSU Candidates for the 1956 Olympic Games in Melbourne,, Australia. Jack Miles; Rafael Lecuona, who will represent his native Cuba, and Don Holder. f f 0$- V ;.. ' .- 4 B 1 | :: : I G Y M N Of all the varsity teams that Florida State University fields, the Gymnastics team, under Coach Hartley Price, has accrued by far the greater number of na- tional awards. Since 1950 the team has won 26 team champion- ships. In 1955 they won the Georgia AAU, the Ala- bama Open, the Florida AAU, the Southern Inter- collegiate, and the National AAU. And on an in- dividual basis team members have brought home 207 individual titles. In the 1948 Olympic Games FSU sent Bill Roetzheim, by far the most outstand- ing gymnast to wear the Garnet and Gold, to rep- resent the USA. And in the 1952 Games both Bil! Roetzheim and Don Holder represented the United States, while Rafael Lecuona captained the Cuban Olympic Team. Coach Price has as his objective to keep FSU among the top ten gymnastics teams in the nation. At that rate he ' s well on the road to success. Last season his teams finished third in both the NCAA and the NAAU championship meets. Since 1951, the Sem- inoles have never been out of the top five. HARTLEY PRICE Coach Page 332 JIM TANAKA Graduate . . . Philadelphia, Pa. JACK MILES Graduate . . . Philadelphia, Pa. DON HOLDER Graduate . . . Jersey City, N. J. TOM MacDONALD Junior . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. S T I C S The Florida State gymnasts are undefeated in competition this year. Minnesota was the first to fall to the superior talents of the FSU squad. With Bob Murray and co-captain Rafael Lecuona posting 21 points apiece, the Seminoles gained a 64-48 decision. In another match over the Christmas holidays, a South team coached by Dr. Price triumphed over a North squad, 50)2-45 2. It was the first time that the South had ever beaten the northern stars. Don Holder, FSU graduate gvmnast, successfully defended his side horse crown by beating teammate Lecuona, 179-174. Jack Miles, another graduate champion, placed second on the horizontal bar. The other Florida State gymnast to score was Don Preisser, who finished fifth on the trampoline. Holder was also the standout performer for the Seminoles in the pre-Olvmpic trials he ' d in Sarasota over the Christmas holidays. Florida State gained its seventh consecutive Florida AAU championship at the meet in Jacksonville on January 14. The meet proved a complete sweep for the Tribesmen. Coach Price ' s NCAA varsitv finished first with 91 points, the Garnet team second with 71.5 points, and the Gold team third with 57.5 points. Holder, captain of the Gold squad, won the all-around cham- pionship with a total score of 158.1. Trailing him by two points was Lecuona, while Miroslav Ceska, one of the outstanding newcomers, finished third. Elliot and Cicio were the only freshmen to finish first in any event, and are being counted on to add additional strength to the varsity next year. Georgia Tech and the University of Illinois ( Chicago Branch ) fell to the Seminoles in consecutive meets. Georgia Tech took a 62-49 setback, while the Illinois bovs were swamped 76-36. For the sixth straight year the gymnasts captured the Southern Intercollegiate title. The final score was FSU 109, North Carolina 35 2, and Georgia Tech 27M. The Tribe swept five events and took first place in eight of nine events. Lecuona won the all- around title with a score of 1,038 points. JAMILE ASHMORE Senior . . . Dallas, Texas LAIRD ANDERSON Sophomore . . . Jacksonville BOB MURRAY Sophomore . . . Boston, Mass. SEMINOLE MIROSLAV CESKA Freshman . . . Germany CHICK CICIO Freshman . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. JOE TAYLOR Junior . . . Philadelphia, Pa. JIM HANKS Senior . . . Pensacola GYMNASTS ALL-TIME RECORD FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY NATIONAL INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS Bill Roetzheim — US Team against Czechoslovakia, 1947; US Olympic Team, 1948; National AAU Ail-Around Cham- pion, 1949-50; US Team against Japan, 1950; Represented US in Pan-American Olympic Games, 1951; NCAA Ail- Around, 1951; All-American All-Around, 1951; US Olympic Team, 1952; National AAU Side Horse, 1953; Bill Roetzheim was FSU ' s most outstanding gymnast from 1950-53, and this is only a thumbnail sketch of his many National and International titles. Jack Miles — NAAU flying rings, 1951; US Pan-American Olympic Team, 1955. Dick Gutting - NCAA trampoline, 1952; NAAU, 1953. Jack Sharp — NCAA flving rings, 1952. Gene Rabbitt — NAAU side horse, 1952. Don Holder — NAAU club swinging, 1953; US Pan-American Olympic Team, 1955. Rafael Lecouna — Captain, Cuba Olympic Team, 1955. JIM FADIGAN Graduate . . . Atlantic City, N. J. Page 335 TENNEY BROWN . Junior ... 5-10, 160 . highjump . Bradenton KEN SEGNER . . . middle distance Junior . . . 6-0, 1 50 . . . Western Spgs., Ill CHARLES WATSON . . . middle distance Junior ... 5-10, 160 ... Ft. Myers JL SEMINOLE MIKE LONG Coach The April 14 date with the University of Florida stood out on the Seminole track schedule in 1956, as the cinder- men sought to better the 5-1 mark established by Coach Mike Long in his first year in 1955. The Tribe thinclads had defeated the Gator tracksters in 1955, when they wrested the state AAU title from the U of F, 51 5 6 to 47 3 4. Five records were established by Coach Long ' s charges in 1955, three by high point man Carlos Franndorfer, who was ineligible for varsity competition in 1956. Franndorfer set new marks for the discus and shot puts, and established an all-time high for most points in a varsity career with a four-vear total of 2781. Captain Ron Weaver tossed the javelin 205 ' Y " for a new record, and Vernon Duce turned in a 10:20 time in the two-mile for the other school mark. The expected key to the Tribe success in 1956 was Sophomore speedster Jack Terwilliger, a bare second to Franndorfer in scoring in 1955. w © MIKE CONLEY . . . distances Sophomore . . . 5-9, 1 50 . . . Orlando JOE DAVIS . . . sprints Junior . . . 6-0, 1 50 . . Orlando JACK TERWILLIGER . . relays Sophomore . . . 5-7, 140 .. . Dade City JERRY JACOBS . . . weights Senior . . . 6-0, 205 . . . South Bend, Ind. MIKE SMITH . . . weights Junior . . . 5-9, 1 85 . . . LaPorte, Ind. -J INDERMEN 1 N 1955 _ (Won 5, Lost 1) FSU 101 Mercer .. - 30 FSU 67 1 3 Georgia . 56 2 3 FSU 67 1 3 Georgia Tech - 47 FSU 58 2 3 Loyola .. - 72 1 3 FSU 73 Miami 58 FSU 68 Mississippi Southern _ . 58 FLORIDA AAU FSU 51 5 6 Florida- - 47 3 4 1956 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Place February 25 Atlantic Coast Conference _ Raleigh, N. C. March 28 Mississippi Southern... -Tallahassee March 31 Florida Relays .. ...Gainesville April 7 Davidson-Mercer .... ..Macon April 14 Florida Gainesville April 21 Georgia-Georgia Tech .. Athens Apirl 28 Loyola Tallahassee May 5 A.A.U. Tallahassee May 12 Miami Tallahassee June N.C.A.A. ( Site and Date to be determined ) Page 337 - " " " ' PH ®l „, QMS 7 , - m. j±- ■% f ig . • ; _ Dan Thomas . . . middle distance Junior . . . 5-4, 1 30 ... St. Petersburg MIKE HILLEGAS . . . sprints Sophomore . . . 6-0, 155... Camp Hill, Pa. GARY LETCHWORTH . . . relays Junior . . . 6- 1 , 1 75 . . . Tallahassee r © 57 , ? t ' jfi HAROLD ELLIOT . . . distances Sophomore ...5-11, 155... Georgetown, S. C. DICK ARTMEIER . . . distances Senior . . . 6- 1 , 1 85 . . . Clarksburg, Ind. BRUCE JACOB . . . distances Sophomore . . . 6-2, 1 80 . . . Sarasota WARREN STRICKLAND .. pole vault Junior . . . 6-2, 1 70 . . . Miami ft LLOYD LASSEN . . . hurdles Junior . . . 6-3, 1 80 . . . South Bend, Ind. GARY LETCHWORTH . . . hurdles Ti ■ W M0J : 8wte», § ■ MINOR SPORTS KEITH PITCHFORD Coach FSU FSU 9 FSU i FSU 8 FSU 3 FSU 5 FSU 8 FSU FSU 6 FSU 9 FSU 1 FSU 8 FSU 8 FSU 1 FSU 9 J SI 1 Mar. 15 L9 Mar. 21 21 27 28 29 April 7 10 II 12 L3 21 28 May 1 -• TENNIS 1955— (Won 10, Lost 6) Presbyterian - 9 Georgia Auburn 1 Ohio State 1 Pensacola Navy _ 6 Georgia Tech 4 Fla. Southern 1 Rollins 9 Stetson _.. 1 Mississippi _. Indiana 8 Emory 1 Auburn Georgia Tech 5 Emory Pensacola Navy 8 1956 TENNIS SCHEDULE Georgia Tallahassee Ohio State Tallahassee Southern Illinois University Tallahassee Georgia Tech Tallahassee Miami Tallahassee Florida Tallahassee Indiana Tallahassee Emory Tallahassee Mercer Macon Georgia Athens Georgia Tech Atlanta Emory Atlanta Florida Southern Tallahassee Mercer Tallahassee Florida Gainesville Rollins Tallahassee TENNIS TEAM. First row, left to right: Hal Schaus, George Williams, Bill Counts, Shelby Creagh. Second row: Manager Earl Rosier, Dick Sweetman, Dave Reinhart, Bill McKemie, Charles Lockhart, Coach Pitchford. Page 340 ' GOLF Opening the season with their first State Intercollegiate title, Florida State ' s golfers were hoping for an unbeaten season in 1956. Led by such outstanding veterans as Jack Veghte, Bunk Berry, Bob Dunn, Billy Shelton, Harry Shoemaker and new- comer Ed Jenkins, the Seminole links- men swamped the University of Florida, 22M-432, then went on to cop the State title, with the ' Gators finishing second. Early in the season, Jenkins put the Seminoles into the spotlight with a record-breaking 62 at the Tallahassee Country Club, giving a good indication that he will be a tough man to beat. In their opening meet of the cam- paign the Seminoles swamped Stetson, 27-0, in DeLand. Feature of the season will probably be the big Southern Inter- collegiate in May, in Athens, Georgia. Veghte and Berry were the leading hitters in 1955, averaging 71.8 and 71.9 respectively in pacing the Tribe to a 10-1 mark, the best in school history. The Seminoles lost no front line men from that squad, and on the basis of their sparkling start a good season was expected. DR. DON VELLER Coach SQUAD. Kneeling, left to right: Bunk Berry, Bill Shelton, Bob Shuman, Jack Veghte, Ross Carino. Standing: Dr. Don Veller, Bobby Dunn, Edwin Jenkins, Harry Shoemaker, Bob Shave, Sherril Johnson, Manager Tuffy Parsons. Bottom: Bobby Dunn has a kind word for one of his University of Florida opponents after the match which gave FSU their first State Intercollegiate title. 1956 VARSITY GOLF SCHEDULE February 23-26 George Washington Tournament .. ..Tallahassee March 2 Stetson DeLand March 3 Florida Southern . Lakeland March 5 University of Florida.. ..Tallahassee March 8-10 State Intercollegiate Tournament Ocala March 16 Auburn Tallahassee March 20 Georgia Tallahassee March 23 Maxwell Air Force Base .. .Tallahassee April 6 Jacksonville Navy . .Tallahassee April 7 Stetson Tallahassee April 9 Georgia Tech Atlanta April 1 1 Rollins Tallahassee April 14 Auburn Auburn April 16 University of Florida ... . . Gainesville April 21 Rollins _ .Winter Park May 2 Georgia Athens- May 2-5 Southern Intercollegiate Tournament Athens, Ga. w f J -- v - • !] K A E fl BILL ODENEAL Coach VOLLEYBALL 1.95.5 - Won J, Las7 ■ . National Intercollegiate Champions; Florida AAV champions; runner-up in St. Petersburg and Pensacola Invitational. Coach Bill Odeneal brought five All-Americans and a national champion team hack to the campus in 1955, and he and his hoys were looking forward to another great year in the Spring of 1956. After winning the National Open title in 1955, the Seminoles had lu ' irh hopes of making a trip to Seattle, Washington, to defend their title this year. The five returning Ail-Americans who returned for the ' 56 season were, Bernie McCann, Lyle Lazear, Ray Johnson, Eugene Lewis and Phil Slaton. 1956 VOLLEYBALL SCHEDULE Opponent Site St. Pete. Invitational St. Petersburg Pensacola Open Pensacola Columbus Cia. YMCA Columbus, Ga. Albany Ga. YMCA Tallahassee Pensacola Navy .. Pensacola State AAU St. Petersburg Jacksonville Navy —Jacksonville Jacksonville Navy Tallahassee Crescent City Open New Orleans, La. National Intercollegiate ...Seattle, Wash. National Open ...Seattle, Wash. Hate Dec. 3 Jan. 28 Feb. 1 1 Eeb. L8 Mar. 3 Mar. 17 Mar. 31 April 1 1 April 21 May 8 May 10 VOLLEYBALL TEAM. First row, left to right: Jack Mergens, Bernie McCann, Gene Lewis, Ray Johnson, John Miller, Roger Clingerman, Fehmi Zeko. Second row: Coach Odeneal, Joe Rogers, Elmer Johnson, Matt Sullivan, Lyle Lazear, Phil Slaton, Ed Threadgill, David Hultz, Dick Brugge. asn « - ■ ' ■ . ; Mi Hot ££•329! 3»n h WK ■raaii " V URALS CKXL MARSHALL L. WALTERS Intromural Director FRATERNITY AND DORMITORY TEAM MANAGERS. First row, left to right: Jim Arnold, Senior Hall; Budc Buffalo, Penthouse; Charles E. McDaniel, asst. intramural director; Morton Larner, Tau Epsilon Phi; Jii Williams, Sigma Phi Epsilon; Val Hopkins, Pi Kappa Phi; Jim Thomas, Methodists; Wayne Johnson, Delta Tc Delta Second row: M L Walters, intramural director; Nat Ragland, Kappa Sigma; Arbie Herring, Kapj. Alpha; Bob Jones, Alpha Tau Omega; Tommy Dunn, Baptists; Eel Threadgill, Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Fred Fulle I ' i Ku| | u Alpha; John Callahan, Sigma Nu, lorn Bairnws, Phi Delta Theta. MLN ' S INTHAMUHALS KLSUI.TS 1954-55 WINNERS Dormitory League Rebels Rebels Baptists Penthouse Baptists Pirates Senior Hall BASKETBALL VOLLEYBALL BOWLING SWIMMING GOLF TOUCH FOOTBAL1 TENNIS singles Fraternity League Theta Chi I ' hi ndi, i Theta I ' i kappa Phi I ' hi Dili a Theta ( Sigma Alpha Epsilon Theta Chi I ' hi Delta Theta I ' hi Ihha Theta (tie; Magnolia Hall Senior Hall Pirates Senior I hill Baptists Penthouse Methodists Magnolia Hall Senior Hall Senior Hall doubles I RACK c FIELD SOFTBALL Tau Epsilon I ' hi I ' hi Delia Theta kappa Alpha 1955-56 WINNERS BASKETBALL Alpha Tau Omega TOUCH FOOTBALL Alpha Tau Omega TENNIS singles Si ma Nu doubles I ' hi kappa Tau TABLE TENNIS I ' hi Delia Theta BOWLING Si ina Alpha Epsilon TRACK FIELD Alpha Tau ( hnega FINAL STANDINGS ALL LEAGUES I )i n i 1 1 m League Penthouse Pirates Rebels Senior Hall Methodist Students Baptist Students Magnolia Hall L 954-55 bit vi i:hnii v League I si I ' hi Delta Theta 2nd Alpha Tau ( hnega 3rd Sigma Nu Ith kappa Alpha 5th Si ina Alpha Epsilon (ith The I a Chi 1th I a ml a hi Chi Alpha Air Force Newman ( ' ltd) Lutherans 8th Sigma Chi 9th Delia Ian Delia 10th Tau Epsilon I ' hi 1 1 ih Sigma I ' hi Epsilon 12th I ' hi kappa I ' an 13th kappa Si ina 14th I ' i kappa I ' hi 15th I ' i kappa Alpha ALPHA TAU OMEGA, 1956 Basketball, Football, and Track Champs KAPPA ALPHA, 1 955 Softball Champs SORORITY AND DORMITORY TEAM MAN- AGERS: First row, left to right, Pat Free- man, Delta Gamma; Torchy Briscoe, East Landis; Suzanne Lally, Kappa Alpha Theta; Doris Holt, assistant intramural manager; Tony Moore, volleyball manager; Patti An drews, tennis manager; Gloria Lantz, basket- ball manager; Betty Walker, softball man- ager. Second row: Bonnie McGregor, Bryan Hall; Cynthia Maxon, Sigma Kappa; Jean Hull, swimming manager; Mary Margaret Williams, Zeta Tau Alpha; Shirleen Sasser, Kappa Delta; Audrey Hiess, West Landis; Doris Roberds, Alpha Gamma Delta; Sylvia Smith, Gamma Phi Beta. Third row: Regna Ray, Gilchrist; Elizabeth Bailey, Broward Hall; Barbara King, Alpha Omicron Pi; Con nie Yeaton, Reynolds Hall; Ivonne Piercy, Cawthon Hall; A. J. Bassett, intramural manager; Joan Crawford, Jennie Murphree; Linda Broderick, Alpha Xi Delta; Judy Burch, Alpha Delta Pi; Ellen Catron, Delta Delta Delta; Bonnie Tapley, Chi Omega; Mary Ed Williamson, Pi Beta Phi; Kathryn Parker, Alpha Chi Omega. INTRAMURAL OFFICERS 1955-56 Intramural Manager A. J Bassett Asst. Intramural Manager Doris Holt SPORTS MANAGERS: Volleyball Tonya Moore Bowling Sally Reid Basketball Gloria Lantz Badminton Margaret Young Table Tennis Ruth Brokaw Softball B. J. Walker Tennis Patti Andrews Swimming Jean Hull Intramural Advisor Miss Martha Moore Since Men ' s and Women ' s Intramural competition continues throughout the entire school year, these pages contain the final results ol each spoil lor the L954-55 season, as well as those sports played during the L955-56 season which were completed in time to he included herein. The Mens Intramural program is divided into two leagues, the Frater- nity League and the Dormitory League, including teams representing day students, cluhs, and other organizations. The Women ' s Intramural program divides the Sororities and Dormi- tories into two leagues, and awards a trophy lor the over-all winner in each sport, alter a Sororitv winner, and a Dormitory winner have been selected through competition. WOMKX ' S INTRAMURAL HKSULTS VOLLEYBALL BOWLING BASKETBALL 1954-55 1955-56 Trophy winner East Landis Hall Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority winner Alpha Gamma Del. Alpha Gamma Delta Dormitory winner East Landis Hall Reynolds Hall Trophy winner Florida Hall Sorority winner Sigma Kappa Dormitory winner Florida Hall Trophy winner Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority winner Zeta Tau Alpha Dormitory winner West Landis Hal TABLE TENNIS Trophy winner (similes) Sorority winner Dormitory winner TABLE TENNIS Trophy winner (doubles) Gilchrist Hall Zeta Tau Alpha Gilchrist Hall Delta Zeta Kappa Alpha Theta Alpha Xi Delta Alpha Xi Delta Florida Hall K.ipp.i Al|ilu I lift. i Reynolds Hal BADMINTON (singles) BADMINTON (doubles) ' .ill IHAI I SWIMMING II NNIS (singles) TENNIS (doubles) Trophy winner Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority winner Zeta Tau Alpha Dormitory winner West Landis Hall Trophy winner Pi Beta Phi Sorority winner Pi Beta Phi Dormitory winner West 1 andis Trophy winner West Landis Hall Sorority winner Pi Beta Phi Dormitory winner West I anuis Hall Trophy winner Pi Bel.i Phi Sorority winner I ' i Beta I ' ln Dormitory winner Reynolds II. ill Trophy winner Alpha Delta Pi Trophy winner it .i l.ui Alpha ALPHA GAMMA DELTA, 1 956 Volleyball Champs ALPHA XI DELTA, 1 956 Basketball Champs SS I 1 u N D E R G R A D S ROBERT M. TEMPLE president SHIRLEY ANN MORGAN.. ..vice president PATRICIA ANN HILTON... secretary PATRICIA ANN SMITH ..treasurer RUTH FRANCES HENSHAW.. social chairman JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Shirley Morgan, Ruth Henshaw, Bob Temple, Pat Smith, Pat Hilton. Page 348 Wfl Q l ■ ■ sE2afflmfiS£ KJW (SViUMU ■BHrirf i ' A3 ' " W : ■ MM RHon 1 1 • ! I m ■ I i, y . _ : r •: ■ ' ■• g Nrifd$f ■ ' :■■:■■ Ji. JL JL JL JL JL K l II II II - II -. . ■ B 1 IB 1 ' ■ 1 JBj 1 ■ 3 " 3 ij ifi l 1 I 1 «i ii «■ ii PB» JUNIORS ■.■:-■■-■-. f 2Sitj3H • •■ v . - •; v . ■•■■ ■ ■ ■ ' ■ " » ' ■ ' ■•■.■■■ ■■ ' ■-■ ■■ ' ■ ' ansa jffl i AM Rosemary S. Aiken, Chi Omega . . Pensacola Anita M. Albrecht TamDa Charlotte Ann A-corn. Chi Omega. .. Chattahoochee Russexl O. Ali ' em.n Tallahassee Neely Alexandfr, Alpha Tau Omega.. Pompano Beach Sion Augustus Alford. Kappa Sigma Chipley Jane Allen, Delta Gamma Miami Paul D. Allen . . Bradenton Anita Anderson, Alpha Delta Pi . . . Tampa Geraldine Anderson, Delta Delta Delta Jacksonville Patricia Jane Andrews Plant City Faye M. Anthony, Pi Beta Phi. . West Palm Beach Marion Ard, Delta Gamma West Palm Beach Patti Latricia Armstrong Tampa Robert R. Arrington . .Tallahassee Florence Helen Ashby, Kappa Alpha Theta Sarasota Bob L. Atkins, Pi Kappa Alpha Charleston, W. Va. Sara Atkinson, Sigma Kappa Tallahassee Ralph H. Atwell, Sigma Nu Pensacola Frances Ruth A " l--k Tampa Maxine Joy Auten. Delta Delta Delta. Sebastian Barbara Ayala. Alpha Gamma Delta Tampa Mary Gail Baas Leesburg Ma " garet Ann Ballinger, Delta Gamma. . Tallahassee Ruby Jean Barker. Alpha Gamma Delta Plant City Frank Perry Barlow Largo Ann Marion Barnes Miami Joan A. Barrow Pensacola Terrence Barrows, Phi Delta Theta Ft. Lauderdale Tom Barrows. Phi Delta Theta, Ft. Lauderdale Richard M. Bassett Jupiter Thomas Batchelor, Jr., Kappa Sigma Ft. Lauderdale Sarah Helen Batson Milton Lou R. Bauerle, Alpha Tau Omega Lakeland Ronnie E. Beliech. Alpha Tau Omega Pensacola Robert D. Bell. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Pensacola Richard M. Bennet, Pi Kappa Alpha Or ' ando M rian L. Benson. Kappa Alpha Theta. Jasper Vivian R. Bernheim, Kappa Delta . Live Oak Mary Berkhan, Delta Zeta Tampa John L. Berry, Sig7na Alpha Epsilon Tallahassee Roger L. Berry Pensacola Clare Bevis, Alpha Xi Delta Tallahassee Zola Mae Blakeslee Stuart Robert E. Blanton Lattimore, N. C. Billy Boatright, Pi Kappa Phi Live Oak Gloria Ann Bohler, Alpha Chi Omegi. Ocala Anne Wells Bradbury. .. St. Petersburg Helen Fay Brandies . Neptune Beach Charles W. Brannon M rianna Evelyn DeLois Brown . . ... Wauchula June Brown, Alpha Omicron Pi Jacksonville William R. Brown. Alpha Tau Omega Ft. Lauderdale Sue Brunson, Alpha Gamma Delta West Palm Beach David R. Buchanan ... .Elizabeth town, Ky. Ann Bullock. Alpha Gamma Delta, Monticello Lou Ann Burkhim, Pi Beta Phi Gainesville Phyllis E. Burnham Dania Roger L. Burnham Miami Jo Ann Bynum, Alpha Delta Pi Gainesville Patricia L. Byrd, Delta Gamma St. Augustine Nancy Camp. Pi Beta Phi Columbus, Ga. Joyce M. Campbell. Sigma Kappa, Panama City Mary Lou Campbell .... Tavares Claudette Carley, Alpha Xi Delta Miami Mary Catherine Casey, Alpha Omicron Pi . . DeFuniak Springs Loretta Iris Castellino.. ..Sao Paulo, Brazil Thomas B. Castiglia. Lambda Chi Alpha. Tampa William James Catledge Lake Worth Mary Fenn Cawthon. Zeta Tau Alpha, Chipley Dorothy Ann Cei.lon Alachua Pauline M. Chance. Alpha Gamma Delta Graceville Jane Chapman, Delta Gamma Tallahassee Lfster H. Childs .... Niceville Barbara Jane Christman, Chi Omega Orlando Mary Ellen Clemens.. ..Panama City Carolyn Close, Delta Delta Dilta. Coral Gables Sa rah Jane Cole . . Holly Hill Joan Coleman, Alpha Gamma Delta, Tallahassee Irma Eugenia Cone . . Graceville Gai Elli Conradt-Eberlin Jacksonville Bobby Jean Cook, Alpha Detla Pi, Jacksonville Jean Cooper, Delta Zeta Bartow John W. Corey, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Jacksonville E ' elyn Sue Cornette, Phi Mu . ... Clewiston Mary Ann Coslow, Delta Delta Delta, Miimi Bennie Jo Cozart, Kappa Delta . Mulberry Judith Ann Co-tlter, Gamma Phi Beta, Miami Lucy Council, Zeta Tau Alpha ...... Tampa Margaret L. Cox, Gamma Phi Beta, Vero Beach Shirley LaVerne Craig Panama City John M. Creel, Delta Tau Delta Sebring Pat Crockett. . Miami Nancy Cubbon, Alpha Xi Delta Tallahassee Bessie C. Cullison Ocala ■ W x " - . . Jacksonville Live Oak Jacksonville Cleveland, Ohio Branford Catherine Culpepper, Phi Mu Joan Cundiff, Kappa Delta Joan Cunningham. Alpha Gamma Delta John G. Curtiss, Theta Chi Bokey Daniels, Kappa Alpha Robert David. Lambda Chi Alpha, Tallahassee Shirley Davidson, Kappa Alpha Theta St. Petersburg Katherine Ellen Davies Jacksonville Alfred L. Davis, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Mims Beverly Jean Davis, Alpha Gamma Delta Pensacola Brun Wilton Davis Ruskin George W. Davis, Jr., Kappa Alpha Richmond, Va. Jan Davis. Chi Omega Tallahassee Jane M. Davis, Pi Beta Phi.. Jacksonville Nell Davis, Alpha Gamma Delta Quincy Shirley Ann Davis . . Sarasota William D. Deck, Delta Tau Delta, Pulaski, Va. Helen Deen, Phi Mu Douglas, Ga. Walter J. Delaney, Jr., Alpha Tau Omega Winter Haven Margaret D. Dellinger, Delta Delta Delta Homestead Daniel D. Dennis Lake Worth Shirley E. Derting, Delta Delta Delta Sarasota Yvonne DeVane Lake City Geraldine M. Diaz Tampa Gordon W. Dixon. Sigma Nu . Camilla, Ga. Robert S. Dollison Winter Park Michael J. Donahue. Pi Kappa Phi St. Petersburg Margaret E. Donaldson, Delta Gamtna, Tampa Astrid Douglass, Chi Omega . . Tampa Ruth Elizabeth Dowling Jacksonville Mary M. Dupree, Alpha Delta Pi. Tallahassee Martin Alan Dyckman Clearwater James M. Eckland Rochester, N. Y. Elizabeth C. Edwards, Alpha Chi Omega, Mayo F. Ryan Edwards Quincy Mary Lois Edwards Quincy Walter H. Edwards, Kappa Alpha, Jacksonville Laura Ann Eiler, Alpha Omicron Pi Tampa Robert F. Elliott St. Petersburg Virginia Lee Entenza, Kappa Alpha Theta Jacksonville Diane D. Estes, Delta Zeta Bartow Ernest H. Eubanks. Kappa Alpha St. Petersburg Barbara S. Evans, Alpha Xi Delta Miami M. Sue Fain, Pi Beta Phi Tallahassee Norman F. Fain, Kappa Alpha Quincy Franklin D. Fansler Waycross, Ga. Kathryn Hazel Fears Belle Glade Nancy J. Ferguson, Phi Mu Ft. Myers C. Edwin Field, Delta Tau Delta. Delray Beach m : m:, jink William S. Figley. Lambda Chi Alpha Gary. Ind. Jackie W. Fortune Laurel Hill Shirley Fortune Milton Lillian A. Fountain, Alpha Omicron Pi DeFuniak Springs Peter A. Fraschetti .Erie. Pa. Ronald G. Fraser, Theta Chi Nutley, N. J. Richard J. Fregoe, Kappa Sigma. St. Petersburg Lois S. Friedman. Alpha Xi Delta Dan ' oury. Conn. Floyd Gancloff, Jr., Kappa Sigma. St. Petersburg Marie Gauger Milton Ethel Ada Geisler Orlando Sarah Dell Gibson, Gamma Phi Beta Thomasville, Ga. Ion Dewey Gilbert Lakeland L. Clare Gilchrist .Pensacola Mary Jo Githens. Alpha Chi 0?nega St. Petersburg John M. Glisson .... Jacksonville James H. Gosnell, Phi Kappa Tau. Lake City Kathryn Ann Grayson Barbara Helen Grebel Katherine M. Greenough Hepsy B. Greer, Kappa Delta W. Stuart Gregory, Sigrna Alpha Epsilon Deborah Anne Griffin, Alplia Delta Pi, Quincy Lou Griffin, Alpha Gamma Delta Pensacola Bartow Chicago. 111. Taunton, Mass. Belton, S. C. Jacksonville Alice B. Guinand. Kappa Alpha Theta Clearwater Elizabeth Marion Haas.. .. Mount Dora Lillian Ha.avind, Sigma Kappa Miami Jean Marie Haight .. ..Orlando Elizabeth Hall, Alpha Delta D ! Plant City Johnny Hall, Delta Tau Delta. B ' .ountstown Ruth H. Hammer. Alpha Delta Pi Birmingham. Ala. Donald F. Hampton Jacksonville Edyth Diane Hampton. Phi M« . Key West Mary Gail Hanshaw, Pi Befa P?ii Bartow Emmett Hardin, Alpha Tau Omega . Pompano Beach Donna Joy Hardy, Sigma Kappa Jacksonville Judy Hargrove, Alpha Delta Pi Bartow Barbara Elaine Hap.less, Zeta Tau Alpha, Bartow Henrie Inez Harned Mulberry Shirley Harris, Alpha Omicron Pi Greensboro Anne Maref. Harrison Tallahassee Greene B. Harrison, Lambda Chi Alpha Eaton Park Patricia Hartness, Alpha Gamma Delta . . St. Petersburg Ruth Harvard, Kappa Delta. Thomasville, Ga. Willis H. Hefner. Jr Bradenton Donald Ralph Heidel, Kappa Sigma St. Petersburg Carlee Hendrix Panama City Derald Edward Henry Ft. Myers Margaret N. Henley, Alpha Chi Omega Jacksonville Ruth Henshaw. Sigma Kappa Waynesville, N. C. Nancy G. Heroi d. Gamma Phi Beta . . Ft. Lauderdale Arbie G. Herring, Jr., Kappa Alpha. Madison Barbara J. Hicks New- Port Richey Jfrry B. Higc.s. Theta Chi Tampa Clifford Hill St. Augustine Patricia A. Hilton, Alpha Omicron Pi Panama City Edgar Allan Hinson. Theta Chi.. Plant City William Jfrry Hipps, Alpha Tan Omega Jacksonville Soong Bok Hong Seoul, Korea Lucia Nell Hopkins, Kappa Delta Tampa Tallahassee . Melbourne Jacksonville Jacksonville Mary Frances Horn. Gamma Phi Beta Dian H. Hoskins, Pi Beta Phi Jane Howard, Delta Delta Delta Charles Howell. Kappa Alpha Emille A. Hudson, Kappa Delta. Jacksonville Martha E. Humphrey, Chi Omega. Tallahassee Bonnie Hunter, Alpha Delta Pi, Quitman, Ga. Betty Hyatt Altha Roy L. Hyatt Altha Shirley A. Ison, Delta Delta Delta. Orlando Caryl A. James. Kappa Alpha Theta Tallahassee Janice Jarrett, Pi Beta Phi Tallahassee Barbara Jf.fferies, Alpha Chi Omega, St. Cloud Robert M. Jernigan Fort Pierce Dorothy H. Job, Alpha Gamma Delta Ft. Lauderdale Gordon La Van Johns . . Sarasota Carol Lee Johnson, Delta Zeta Winter Haven Denise M. Johnson. Zeta Tau Alpha, Miami K therine Johnson. Alpha Delta Pi. Lakeland Mary L. Johnson, Alpha Chi Omega . . Clearwater Jo Jones, Zeta Tau Alpha Trenton Sandra Jones, Delta Delta Delta. Jacksonville Floyd Jordan, Kappa Alpha.. . . Marianna Jean Jordan, Phi Mu Leprv, Ga. Birgir Karlsson Reykjavik, Iceland Marguerite E. Katsch. Alpha Xi Delta Miami Edward J. Kercher, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Bradenton Diane Kern, Kappa Delta Magnolia, Ark. Gretchen Hodgson Kerr Dunedin Bonnie C. Kidd Tallahassee Pierre Kilbourn Carrabelle Aleyne King Tampa Annette Kirkland Bonifay Carole Ann Kissling . . . . . Atlantic Beach Paul M. Kreager, Kappa Alpha Panama City Suzanne Lally, Kappa Alpha Theta Coral Gables Lina Belle Lamar Century Theodore H. Lambert. Delta Tau Delta Bainbridge. Ga. Mary Clare Langan Clearwater Phyllis Langford. Chi Omega Frostproof Lucy G. Langston, Phi Mu Jacksonville Nancy Ann Larson Pensacola Dale Leary, Pi Beta Phi Miami Earl V. Lee Pensacola Gerry Louise Lehner, Alpha Omicron Pi. Miami Alice E. Lentz Hollywood Anthony M. Leone, Jr Ft. Myers Suanne Lett Montgomery, Ala. John C. Licon, Sigma Nu West Palm Beach Katherine Lindley, Pi Beta Phi, Coral Gables James Gary Lipe, Kappa Sigma, Daytona Beach Mary Leigh Liston Leesburg Ted Lowe, Phi Delta Theta Ft. Lauderdale Richard Lukas, Pi Kappa Phi Hollywood Willard Lynn Orlando Jean MacDonna Boca Raton Evelyn C. Mahon. Alpha Omicron Pi, Ochopee Aubrey LeRoy Maloy ... Panama City Harris B. Mapoles, Phi Kappa Tau Milton Ann Markham, Sigma Kappa Jacksonville f V7 V--J w Robert C. Marky Tallahassee Donald E. Marshall, Sigma Nu Fort Walton Beach Alan D. Martens, Phi Delta Theta, Clearwater Esther Louise Marting, Washington Court House, Ohio Winona Marvin Palatka Joseph Francis Masci, Phi Kappa Tau Mamaroneck, N. Y. Sueanne Maxwell, Phi Mu Orlando Mae Ella Maynard Lecanto David A. Medford, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Atlanta, Ga. Jack Mercins, Phi Delta Theta, Princeton, N. J. C. A. Miller, Phi Delta Theta Jacksonville Charles E. Miller, Lambda Chi Alpha Belle Glade Martha Sue Mizell, Delta Zeta Tampa Evelyn Claire Moll, Alpha Gamma Delta Tampa Frank E. Moody, Pi Kappa Alpha, Plant City Thomas Edwin Moody Plant City Barbara Hughes Moore, Alpha Xi Delta Tallahassee James C. Moore, Jr. Phi Delta Theta Plant City James E. Moore, Sigma Chi DeFuniak Springs Tony Moore Jacksonville John L. Morat, Phi Delta Theta, Miami Springs Shirley Anne Morgan, Kappa Delta Tampa Sue Moseley, Delta Zeta Winter Park Sebastian R. Mudano, Sigma Nu West Palm Beach Carolyn Ann Mullis Ft. Myers Marilyn Mae Murray Melborne Gerald B. McArthur, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pensacola Rena Jane McBride, Alpha Chi Omega Panama City Bernard R. McCann, Delta Tau Delta West Palm Beach Mary June McCaskill, Gamma Phi Beta Sandersville, Ga. Samuel S. McClain, Lambda Chi Alpha, Qunicy Mary Helen McCord, Chi Omega.. Pensacola Barbara Jean McCullough St. Petersburg Margaret McCullough, Kappa Alpha Theta St. Augustine Jimmie Chisholm McDaniel Tallahassee Alice McDonald, Chi Omega Jacksonville John A. McDonald Chipley Sheila Ann McGinty Miami Elizabeth Ann McKee, Zeta Tau Alpha, Miami Helen Louise McLain Miami Alan S. McLane Tampa Jeannette McLendon, Alpha Delta Pi, Orlando Martha Caryl McLeod, Delta Zeta Bartow June Mary McManus, Kappa Alpha Theta Clearwater Mary Ethel McMillan Ft. Meade Crystal Evelyn McRae, Zeta Tau Alpha Opelika, Ala. Eleanor Jane Needles, Kappa Alpha Theta St. Petersburg Harry F. Nelson West Palm Beach James E. Nettles, Pi Kappa Phi Chipley Shirley Ann Nichols Dunnellon Millard Noblin, Sigma Chi Tallahassee Dureli. Norris Panama City Aubrey L. Odom. Sigma Nu. . Thomasville, Ga. Hilda Rosetta Odom Sarasota Upton D. Officer, Pi Kappa Alpha Tampa Mimi Oglesby, Alpha Omicron Pi Tampa V " 1 fe -J kk A An ; m ts $- i " ' ■ " ■: „.j fJk Paul Ort, Phi Delta Theta Clearwater Noemi V. Otero Puerto Rico Charles Edgar Pabor. Sigina Chi.. Avon Park Don Haywood Pace, Sigma Nu . Jacksonville Angie Rose Palermo. Alpha Omicron Pi Tampa Winston Brooks Parsons, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Norfolk. Va. Patricia Lynn Pasciak Palmetto Janie Pasquarello. Alpha Delta Pi Miami Allen D. Pate. Pi Kappa Phi Jacksonville Martha Pate, Kappa Delta Plant City Charlotte Patten. Pi Beta Phi Chattanooga. Tenn. Phyllis Patten Pi Beta Phi.. ' . Chattanooga, Tenn. Norma Bess Perry Bradenton Earle W. Peterson. Jr.. Kappa Alpha Hallandale Daniel Petursson, Kappa Sigma Reykjavik, Iceland Robert Lee Pickering. Jr Ft. Myers Faye L. Pierce Miami Cartha Valencia Pinckney St. Petersburg Betsy Pinkerton Tallahassee Joann Pitzen Clewiston Betty Ann Pool. Delta Zeta . . Pompano Beach Robert M. Porter. Kappa Alpha, Crawfordville James Henry Powers St. Petersburg Benjamin H. Pridgeon Wewahitchka Anne Marie Printup, Chi Omega, Atlanta, Ga. William M. Prokopi, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Canada Kathleen Psaras Tarpon Springs Charles Pschirrer. Sigma Nu Lake Worth Jeanette Puckett, Phi Mu Perry James S. Ralston, Pi Kappa Phi Tampa Donald B. Ramsey, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Port St. Joe Don Blaine Randall, Phi Delta Theta Clearwater I David Earl Raney Ft. Myers Carmine Ranieri, Alpha Gamma Delta St. Petersburg Niles C. Ray, Sigma Chi Asheville, N. C. Sara Jane Reed, Delta Gamma Miami Patsy Ruth Recister Tallahassee David L. Reinhardt Pensacola Don A. Reynolds, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pensacola Byron B. Rhodes. Phi Kappa Tau, Albany, Ga. Marion Faye Rigby Pensacola Carolyn Ruth Riley, Alpha Chi Omega Winter Haven Barbara Ann Roberson Jacksonville Fred Roberts Ft. Lauderdale Dixon G. Robinson, Kappa Alpha. Tallahassee Patty Robinson Williston Perry O ' Neal Robinson Sigma Phi Epsilon Pat Robson. Delta Zeta Pompano Beach Irene Rodriguez, Gamma Phi Beta Tampa Jack W. Rogero. Lambda Chi Alpha, San Mateo Bill Rogers, Kappa Alpha Tallahassee Sue Carolyn Rogers, Alpha Omicron Pi Clearwater Kenneth G. Rohach, Theta Chi .. . Stuart Patricia Ellen Rooney Orlando Dianne Rowe, Delta Gamma Jacksonville Ellen Rowe, Alpha Gamma Delta, Akron, Ohio David Lee Slamon, Kappa Sigma, St. Petersburg Chables S. Sapp. Madison Shirleen Sasser, Kappa Delta Tampa Thomas W. Sawyer, Alpha Ta u Omega Miami Springs Barbara Ann Schaller Lakeland Marilyn Carolyn Schauble . St. Petersburg Wiljohn Schiffermuller Daytona Beach Grace M. Schmidt, Gamma Phi Betn, Sarasota Earl E. Schroeder, Delta Tau Delta Baltimore. Md. Patsy Anne Schulstad, Alpha Gamma Delta Brai»nton John Allen Scott, PI Kappa Alpha Miami Panama City Harlace S. Sealy. Phi Kappa Tau Kenyon Segner, Theta Chi Western Springs, 111. James L. Sellers Panama City Sonny Sellers. Sigma Nu Dclray B ach Patricia E. Sexton, Phi Mu Marianna Autumn Y. Shannon Sanford Martha G. Shannon Sanford Charlotte L. Sharp Perry Dawn Sharp. Sigma Kappa Sarasota Charles G. Shaw, Phi Kappa Tau.. Orlando Edna Mae Shepard Tallahassee Glenda Sherrill, Pi Beta Phi Chattanooga, Tenn. Margaret Lynn Shirley, Alpha Omicron Pi . . .. Pahokee Robert L. Shuman, Theta Chi.. Atlanta, Ga. David H. Smith, Kappa Alpha Jacksonville John H. Smith, Kappa Alpha Jacksonville Martha Smith. Alpha Omicron Pi Panama City Mary Ann Smith, Alpha Gamma Delta Quincy Milford Durwood Smith iBonifay O. B. Smith, Kappa Alpha ...Hughes, Ark. Patricia Ann Smith, Pi Beta Phi Orlando Rod Smith. Lambda Chi Alpha Jacksonville Stanley L. Smith, Jr Lutz Virginia Carolyn Smith Jacksonville Virginia R. Smith, Chi Omega.. Jacksonville Paul Wayne Snyder, Kappa Sigma Ashland, Pa. Nell Lamar Solomon Marianna Robert Sommer St. Petersburg Jane Ann Soper, Delta Delta Delta St. Petersburg Betty Spence Niceville Lisbeth Antoinette Stainer Tampa Nancy Jane Stech, Pi Beta Phi Montgomery, Ala. Joan Stecker, Kappa Delta Lakeland Lois Stein . . . . St. Petersburg William F. Stephens, Sigma Nu Pensacola Erma Ruth Stewart Jay Ticia Elizabeth Stitt Clewiston Joan Strickland, Delta Zeta Marianna Alice F. Sullivan, Alpha Delta Pi Bartow Harold B. Sumner, Phi Kappa Tau St. Petersburg Polly Anne Swain St. Petersburg Joe Swann St. Andrews Richard Sweetman, Sigma Alpha Epsilon St. Petersburg Gilbert B. Sypher, Kappa Alpha Tampa Joseph Tarbuck, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fort Walton Beach Vinct L. Tata Tampa Norma Jean Tedder, Pi Beta Phi . . . Live Oak Bobby Temple, Sigma Chi Tallahassee Daniel A. Thomas. Sigma Nu. St. Petersburg Jo Thomas, Gamma Phi Beta. . Crescent City Sue Thomas Ft. Pierce Dottie Sue Thompson, Alpha Chi Omega Jacksonville Marjorie Tindell, Alpha Xi Delta Lake Wales Beth Tttterton Ft. Lauderdale Lois Rita Tourtelot St. Petersburg Jo Ann Towles, Alpha Omicron Pi Perry Barbara Trayer Chipley Mike Tschirret, Theta Chi Toledo, Ohio Lucile T. Turnage, Delta Delta Delta West Palm Beach Ronald G. Twitty Theta Chi.. ..Chicago, 111. William G. Van Middlesworth, Phi Kappa Tan St. Petersburg Joyce Vasquez Tampa Virginia E. Vaughn Alpha Xi Delta Rafael A. Vega, Sigvia Nu Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico Jack Veghte, Theta Chi Gloversville, N. Y. Roger G. Villars, Phi Kappa Tau, Panama City Ray W. Wagner Fountain Ann Wall, Zeta Tau Alpha Sarasota Dorothy Walling, Phi Mu Jacksonville John T. Ware, Lambda Chi Alpha St. Petersburg June E. Watson Miami Caroline Watt. Phi Mu Sarasota Diane Weatherford, Phi Mu Jacksonville Charlaine Weeks, Sigma Kappa Canton, Ohio Irwin Weissenborn, Kappa Alpha Theta St. Petersburg Donald D. Wells Marianna Mary Wells, Kappa Delta Jacksonville Carol M. Wesley, Qamma Phi Beta DeFuniak Springs Phyllis A. Wesner, Gamma Phi Beta Jacksonville Lorraine Wynne Wester Marianna Richard A. Westling Orlando Geneva W. Weston Pensacola James F. Whitehurst, Kappa Alpha Brooksville Beverly A. Whitley, Alpha Gamma Delta Tallahassee Betty Lou Whittle, Pi Beta Phi Quincy Ruth Ann Whittle, Pi Beta Phi Orlando Bill Williams, Alpha Tau Omega ... .Live Oak Carl M. Williams, Pi Kappa Phi Chipley Edward V. Williams Delta Tau Delta Orlando Mary Margaret Williams, Zeta Tau Alpha Bartow Mary P. Williams, Alpha Xi Delta Raleigh, N. C. Sally J. Williams, Alpha Gamma Delta Sebring Sherwood Williams, Delta Tau Delta Fort Thomas, Ky. Mary Ed Williamson, Pi Beta Phi. Tallahassee Charlette R. Wilson Jacksonville Jeane L. Wilson, Delta Delta Delta .Sanford Janet Fay Wissmann, Delta Zeta. . .Kissimmee Mary Wogan Miami Shores Shirley Rae Wood, Sigma Kappa West Palm Beach Carolyn Woodward Pinetta John M. Word, Delta Tau Delt a Jackson, Miss. Hester Wright, Delta Delta Delta. Monroe. Ga. Patricia Ann Wyatt, Alpha Xi Delta, Lakeland Margaret Nadine York Stewart Lola Naomi Young Leesburg John L. Young, Sigma Nu St. Petersburg John Joseph Zilles Sarasota Joan Zorbaugh, Pi Beta Phi Miami Get your bets down, girls, sweeten the pot Page 35 5 WILLIAM O. CULLOM president DON K. LEWIS ..vice-president SHIRLEY I. METZ secretary KAREN A. KIMPEL .treasurer SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Shirley Metz, Don Lewis, Karen Kirrpel Page 356 I V y m % ,k m .- V ' ' -ti v J X. 3«? C V 1 7 . ' ' • ' vii In ■ ' •?■ ■ ' ■■■:■. „ $%! ■Wf «W%?WRE ..- V 3 k3 $ : : iSPiS - - v • ,-: »»»»■ . . ' 1 :, r woe -:.- » ■ » S r.-S ti ' y S Ken Abbott, Kappa Alpha Birmingham, Ala. Charlotte R. Abney Sebring Judy Abrams, Delta Gamma Miami Hubert E. Ackehman, Alpha Tau Omega Hopewell, Va. Betty V. Addison Chattahoochee Mary Jane Albert, Alpha Xi Delta Miami Carl W. Alderman, Theta Chi Tampa Beverly J. Alexander, Sigma Kappa Quincy Jacqueline F. Allen, Alpha Chi Omega Lake Worth Sara Martha Allen Crawfordville Selby P. Allen, Zeta Tau Alpha Daytona Beach Snookie Amato, Kappa Alpha Theta St. Augustine Laird B. Anderson, Sigma Chi ... Atlanta, Ga. Linda Lou Arnold. Kappa Delta . .. Lake City Polly Ann Atwater. Kappa Alpha Theta Miami Phillip R. Bach Sanford Gary S. Bailey, Phi Delta Theta Miami Rita Ann Bailey . Miami James Baird Tallahassee Chris P. Banister, Alpha Tau Omega Anniston, Ala. Mary Sue Barnette, Alpha Gamma Delta Tallahassee Sandra Karleen Barnett Jacksonville Dagmar A. Bartkus, Phi Beta Phi Clearwater Bead ' John Riley Barton, Jr Clewiston Wilbur Louis Bashaw Seffner Gibson N. Bates. Lambda Chi Alpha Sanford Carmen Battaglia, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Niagara Falls, N. Y. Karen M. Bedinger. Kappa Delta Miami Martha N. Belcher Sebring Elaine Belvin, Kappa Delta Tallahassee Bill Benner, Sigma Nu Daytona Beach Betty Benton, Sigma Kappa Orlando Marty Bethune, Delta Delta Delta Valdosta, Ga. Eleanor J. Bilinski, Alpha Omicron Pi Monticello Jacqueline Bird, Alpha Gamma Delta...... Tuckahoe, N. Y. Toni Bird Miami Willa P. Bird, Alpha Xi Delta Perry Betty June Bishop Bagdad Ann Blackshear Panama City Robert E. Blackwelder Winter Haven Shirley Ann Blackwelder Winter Haven Cletus A. Blaes, Delta Tau Delta Belleville. 111. Barmell Bledsoe Brooksville Tantris Bledsoe Brooksville Rebecca Blount Freeport Ronnie D. Blue Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pensacola Carolyn R. Bolt, Alpha Gamma Delta Avon Park Janet Anne Boswell Miami Patricia L. Boulware, Zeta Tau Alpha Tallahassee Layte M. Bowden, Kappa Alpha Theta Ft. Lauderdale Mary Rebecca Bowden Waycross, Ga. Neil A. Bowers, Sigma Chi ...St. Petersburg Billy C. Bowles Lakeland Diane Bowman Tampa Tommy Boyd Sigma Alpha Epsilon Jacksonville Beach Maralyn Jo Bozeman Tampa T. Drew Branch, Jr Sumatra Falls Robert G. Braun St. Petersburg Patricia Brazil, Delta Zeta Bonifay Virginia Ann Brennand Umatilla Dorothy Breslar Miami Beach Pioye Brewton McDavid Fred Brinkhoft, Kappa Alpha St. Augustine Sibbie B. Brinson Port St. Joe Glenda L. Briscoe, Kappa Alpha Theta Atlanta, Ga. Larry S. Brock Tallahassee Joy H. Brower, Delta Zeta Gainesville Beverly F. Brown, Delta Delta Delta Gainesville, Ga. John G. Brown, Pi Kappa Phi. . Boca Raton William J. Brown Lake Worth James W. Browning, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Madison Patty Bruce, Kappa Delta Lake City Barbara June Brunson Perry Nancy Buchan, Sigma Kappa Tallahassee Lois Buchholtz, Delta Gamma Tallahassee Betty Bumby, Delta Delta Delta Orlando Chuck Burnham St. Petersburg Ellece Burns Cullman, Ala. Irma Jean Burnsed, Alpha Omicron Pi Glen St. Mary Wayne H. Bussey Sigma Alpha Epsilon St. Augustine Betty Jo Bush Bonifay Robert W. Butler, Kappa Alpha.. Live Oak Gail Byrd, Delta Gamma Panama City Earl K. Cain, Kappa Alpha Jacksonville Patty Sue Cain Homestead Carolyn Canova, Alpha Delta Pi Gainesville Beverly Ann Capps Plant City Miguel A. Carlo, Kappa Sigma San Juan, Puerto Rico f Ltffc ' $■, ■ 1 O Yvonne Louise Carrin Jacksonville Loyd H. Carruth, De»a Tau Delia Orlando Sonny Casca, Phi Delta Theta Miami Elizabeth Ann Cerny, Delta Gamma Punta Gorda Barbara Christine Chaftin Kissimmee Barbara Lee Chambers St. Petersburg James C. Clark, Pi Kappa Phi... Jacksonville Johnny M. Clark, Theta Chi Douglas, Ga. Mozelle Clark Tampa M. Beverly Clubbs Panama City Janice Ivy Cobb, Gamma Phi Beta, Vero Beach Sherry Cobb, Pi Beta Phi Pensacola Junior A. Collins, Pi Kappa Alpha Belle Glade C rol L. Collins, Delta Delta Delta. . . .Tampa Lillian Ruth Congdon Haines City John M. Conley Orlando Sarah Elizabeth Copeland Pi Beta Phi Miami Cherrylence Corbin Belle Glade Bettye Adelle Corcoran Columbus, Ga. Jeri Ann Cotton Jacksonville Jerry W. Couch, Delta Tau Delta Panama City Emily E. Cousson Jacksonville Betty Cox Miami Barbara C. Craig, Delta Delta Delta ... Ocala Dick Crawford, Theta Chi Plant City Wade Hampton Crews, Sigma Nu .. Tampa Nancy - Jean Crooks Fort Pierce Lucie Crossland, Pi Beta Phi St. Petersburg Mary Jo Crum . . Plant City Marta Elizabeth Cuervo Tampa James H. Cullipher, Kappa Sigma Orlando Bill Cullom, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Huntsville, Ala. Henry E. Curci, Jr., Theta Chi Miami Thomas E. David, Lambda Chi Alpha Tallahassee Sandra Davidson, Sigma Kappa West Palm Beach Gerald W. Davies Alpha Tau Omega L ancaster, N. Y. Hope Davis, Kappa Delta Winter Park Isaac Coleman Davis, Theta Chi... Plant City James C. Davis, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . Sanford Kay Sue DeCubellis, Delta Gamma St. Petersburg Carol Eleanor Deuel, Delta Gamma St. Petersburg Emma Elizabeth Dexter, Alpha Delta Pi Live Oak Dorothy E. Dodd. Gamma Phi Beta West Palm Beach Mable Claire Doke Alachua Alexander F. Domal De Funiak Springs William R. Donalson Parker Martha Douglas, Delta Zeta Jacksonville R. Elizabeth Douglas Kappa Alpha Theta Jacksonville Barbara Jean Dozier Orlando Mary Sue Dressler. Chi Omega.. Gainesville Ariel R. Dreyfus, Theta Chi... . Lake Worth Linda Ann DuBose Miami Betty Carolyn Duck Green Cove Springs Frances Randolph Dugan, Zeta Tau Alpha Madison Glenda Ann Dumas Miami Robert T. Dunkel, Sigma Nu Daytona Beach Yvonne Duval Madison Nancy J. Dvorak, Alpha Delta Pi Valdosta, Ga. Ann Dye, Delta Delta Delta Bradenton Jerry W. Dye Tallahassee Rudoph G. Eigl, Pi Kappa Alpha Kings Park, N. Y. Wayland H. Elam, Sigma Phi Epsilon Greenville Anne Elliott. Sigma Kappa . Memphis, Tenn. Marjorie A. Ellzey, Gamma Phi Beta Rochester, N. Y. Barbara Emmett, Alpha Gamma Delta West Palm Beach David T. Evans, Sigma Chi... Ft. Lauderdale Ronald Fell, Kappa Alpha Jacksonville Gilbert G. Fernandez, Pi Kappa Phi Tampa Mary Ellen Finley, Pi Beta Phi Ocala Suzie Fisher, Delta Delta Delta St. Petersburg Richard M. Fletcher, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Tampa Lee Flitcraft, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Bradenton Susanna E. Ford, Sigma Kappa Palmetto Fred Forst, Sigma Nu West Palm Beach Joanne Fossey, Chi Omega Miami Margaret Helen Foster Tampa Guy Lee Fountain Lambda Chi Alpha DeFuniak Springs Reuben R. Fountain Pensacola Regina Francescon, Kappa Alpha Theta, Miami Ruth Fritchie Miami Billie Diane Gamble Miami Sallye Delle Ganey Dania Rosemary Garner, Phi Mu Sanford John Cecil Garrett, Pi Kappa Phi Columbus, Ga. Wynfred H. Garrett, Lambda Chi Alpha Crestview Eleanor Gato Key West Ann Willene George, Pi Beta Phi Miami Connie O. Gibson, Delta Gamma Ft. Lauderdale Christine Ginocchio, Zeta Tau Alpha Daytona Beach Sarah Gipson. Delta Gamma ... McLean. 111. Sallie B. Gladding. Delta Gamma .... DeLand Beverly Dawn Gleason DeLand Walter F. Godwin. Sigma Alplia Epsilon Valdosta. Ga. George R. Goldstein Miami Arthur J. Good, Delta Tau Delta Tallahassee Shirley Ann Gooding. Zeta Tau Alplia. Tampa Fred S. Gould, Sigma Alpha Epsilo?i Atlanta. Ga. Betty Sue Graham. Kappa Delta . .Tallahassee Louise Graham. Alpha Chi Omega Tampa Elizabeth Graves, Weba Wynell Grant DeFuniak Springs Delta Delta Delta Vero Beach Betsy Green, Gamma Phi Beta. Ft. Valley, Ga. Barbara A. Greene. Alpha Omieron Pi Tallahassee Sarah Jane Griffin. Pi Beta Phi . . Frostproof Martha Yvonne Grizzard, Chi Omega Atlanta, Ga. Janice P. Grosser. Sigma Kappa Jacksonville William A. Grow. Jr.. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Tallahassee Fredna Anita Haas McAlpin Barbara Hagan. Pi Beta Phi Orlando Betty Jo Haire. Gamma Phi Beta.. Orlando Robert Miller Hall. Kappa Sigma .Sarasota June Hamilton. Delta Zeta Bushnell Barbara A. Hammer. Alpha Xi Delta Ft. Lauderdale Robert C. Hamner. Phi Delta Theta West Palm Beach Sandra J. Hancock. Alpha Omieron Pi Tampa Edith Hannigan. ... Jacksonville Maxine Hannon, Alpha Chi Omega. Tallahassee Sara Harman Clearwater Roy E. Harris. Pi Kappa Alpha Lakeland Pat Harris, Alpha Chi Omega Jacksonville Sony Eddis Harrison Miami Rebecca N. Harvard. Delta Delta Delta Pensacola Barbara D. Hasttngs, Pi Beta Phi Chattanooga, Tenn. Betty Hatton, Pi Beta Phi Orlando William D. Hawkins, Sigma Nu West Palm Beach Donald Norman Hays Pensacola William A. Hayes. Sigma Nu . Milton Lovik Osteen Hayman Enterprise Charles W. Haynes, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Monticello Kent H. Hearn, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Denver, Colo. Robert D. Heins Sigma Alpha Epsilon Tallahassee William L. Hemingway, Pi Kappa Alpha Dade City Barbara L. Hendrix, Kappa Alpha Theta Daytona Beach Rodger D. Herndon Miami Jeanyne Herring. Sigma Kappa.. Tallahassee Polly V. Heyward, Delta Zeta Bogalusa, La. Jane M. Hicks. Kappa Delta . Jacksonville Mary Evelyn Hill. Alpha Chi Omega Atlanta, Ga. Patricia Ann Hill. Lelta Gamma Miami Jan Hinson. Chi Omega DeFuniak Springs Anne Hitt. Alpha Omieron Pi Tallahassee Sara Lillian Hobbs Lumpkin, Ga. Betty A. Hodges. Alpha Chi Omega Tampa Richard Vaughn Hodges Hamlet, N C. B. Charles Hoffman, Sigma Nu Ft. Lauderdale Anne M. Holcombe, Alpha Chi Omega Knoxville Tenn. Bette Hollowly Miami Sylvia C. Hommer, Alpha Gamma Delta St. Petersburg Joyce Elaine Hooks Jacksonville Lemuel H. Hoover. Kappa Alpha Jacksonville Bettye Faye Horner. Delta Gamma Jacksonville Laurie H. Hosford Tallahassee Patsy Ruth Houston Bay Springs, Miss. Mary Birdie Howard. Delta Zeta Gainesville Linda Howell, Delta Zeta Bartow Richard D. Howser, Sigma Nu West Palm Beach Nancy A. Hudgins. Alpha Omieron Pi Lake Wales Jeanne Hull Daytona Matilde Hume, Delta Delta Delta, Coral Gables Pfilip G. Hunt, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Montgomery, Ala. Robert C. Hutchins. Pi Kappa Phi Pensacola Sandra Lynette Ingram Apopka Eleanore Ann Irvin, Alpha Xi Delta Miami Betty Jane Jackson, Pi Beta Phi, Jacksonville James O. Jackson Thomasville, Ga. Shirley Jackson, Sigma Kappa Panama City Joel Paul Jacobs, Sigma Chi. . Ft. Lauderdale Janice Jacques, Alplia Xi Delta, Baconton, Ga. Dale Keith Jensen Chipley Susan John Harrodsburg, Ky. Barbara Jane Johnson Lake Worth Gloria Evelyn Johnson, Pi Beta Phi Tallahassee Madeline Marie Johnson. Chi Omega, Orlando Norma Johnson Milton Robert M. Johnson, Sigma Chi Tallahassee I -C-4 • Ruth A. Johnson, AZp7ia Gamma Delta West Palm Beach John R. Johnstone Miami Barbara Jones, Sigvia Kappa, West Palm Beach Carolyn M. Jones. Detla Gamma, Coral Gables Ginger A. Jones Sanford Joseph M. Jordan, Kappa Alpha, Jacksonville Dolores Joseph Dothan. Ala. Frank Kaney, Pi Kappa Phi Tampa Jim Karnegis. Pi Kappa Phi Miami James Thomas Kearce, Kappa Alpha Blountstown Mary S. Kearson. Alpha Gamma Delta Waycross, Ga. Suzanne Keefe, Phi Mu Tallahassee Carol A. Kells, Alpha Xi Delta Miami Barbara A. Keesler, Alpha Gamma Delta St. Petersburg Ann M. Kelly Zeta Tau Alpha.. Coral Gables Gerald H. Kelly, Alpha Tau Omega ... Vernon Annella Kelley, Kappa Alpha Theta, Daytona Kathryn L. Kelsheimer, Sigma Kappa . Bradenton Fred Kenney, Sigtna Nu West Palm Beach William L. Kimber, Sig7na Alpha Epsilon Winter Park Karen Kimpel. Alpha Gamma Delta Tampa Anthony E. King. Phi Kappa Tau, Titusville Thomas J. Kinsey Pinetta Susan Kirkconnell, Delta Delta Delta Sarasota William R. Kirkland. Kappa Alpha. ... Tallahassee Jeani Kitchens, Kappa Alpha Theta Coral Gables Eleanor Koerbep, DeFuniak Springs Bert Kuhn Perry Paul H. Kula, Pi Kappa Phi Miami George B. Kyle. Sigma Alpha Epsilcm . . . . Miami Beach Shirley A. Landrum . . . Panama City Betsy Laney ... . Daytona Beach Mary A. Lassiter, Alpha Gamma Delta . . West Palm Beach Merle D. Latimer. Kappa Delta . ... Miami Albert A. Latina Plant City Beverly E. Laurent, Chi Omega Bartow Marya L. Lay. Alpha Xi Delta Miami Barbara Lee. Kappa Delta Orlando Jane Frances Leone Fort Myers Ann Leopard Auburndale Don K. Lewis, Sig?na Chi Miami Don R. Lewis Daytona Beach Loretta L. Lewis, Delta Delta Delta Jane H. Lewis. Delta Gamma Ardis Liddon, Phi Mu Daniel Peter Lieblein Jacksonville Tallahassee Winter Haven Bronx, N. Y. Ann L. Linthicum Hollywood Barbara J. Little. Kappa Alpha Theta. Tampa Charles J. Lockhart Jacksonville Earnest P. Long, Kappa Alpha.. Jacksonville Sallie N. Louck. Delta Delta Delta Panama City Bettye A. Lynch New Smyrna Beach Anita E. Maduros, Alpha Chi Omega Riverside, 111. Cora Ann Manning, Delta Gannna Punta Gorda Raymond L. Marky, Theta Chi Tallahassee Anne Marsh Jacksonville Durfee Marshall, Sigma Chi . Eustis Marilyn A. Mason. Kappa Delta Clearwater Cynthia R. Maxon, Sigma Kappa. Panama City Ann J. Mayfield Wewahitchka Earl L. Meeks, Sigma Nu St. Petersburg Robert S. Meigs, Lambda Chi Alpha Tallahassee Larry E. Meredith, Delta Tau Delta Panama City Pat Middleton Tallahassee Mona G. Miles, Phi Mu.... Plant City Marilyn Miller, Alpha Delta Pi . . Eustis Shirley A. Miller Hollywood Guy W. Millner, Alpha Tau Omega Daytona Beach David S. Minton, Lambda Chi Alpha Tallahassee Carl H. Mofield. Kappa Alpha Daytona Beach Sarah M. Monroe, Kappa Delta. .. .Tallahassee Carmine J. Monteleone. Pi Kappa Alpha Long Branch. N. J. Gienda R. Moore DeFuniak Springs James M. Moore, Alpha Tau Omega .. . Tampa Joseph Moore Sarasota Sara S. Moore. Alpha Delta Pi Tallahassee Mary J. Moran Tampa Paul H. Morgan. Jr. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Tallahassee David A. Morris. Sigma Nu Tallahassee Jan Morrow, Delta Gamma Jacksonville Helen P. Moss, Pi Beta Phi Coral Gables Nancy M. Muller, Kappa Alpha Theta Clearwater Robert H. Murrah, Jr Pelham, Ga. Laura M. Murrell DeLand Marsha Myrick, Kappa Delta Lakeland Gary L. McAteer, Alpha Gainma Delta. Tampa Owen R. McCarron, Theta Chi .. Nutley. N. J. Barbara L. McCartney, Chi Omega Tampa OA 4 2i Raymond L. McCoy Seffner Lala A. McDonald, Delta Zeta Blountstown B. J. McPee, Alpha Omicron Pi. Delray Beach Betty Ann McGowan, Sigma Kappa Scarsdale N. Y. William R. McKemie, Alpha Tau Omega Tampa Jo Ellen McKnicht, Alpha Gamma Delta Tallahassee Shirley A. McLendon Ft. Lauderdale Lewis C. McMillan Ft. Meade Ardyce J. Napier Hialeah Agnes E. Nearing Hastings Frances Neeiey ... Monticello Alan Nelson, Pi Kappa Alpha Lakeland Elinor Newman Fruitland Park Mary Jane Newsome, Delta Zeta Jacksonville Byron E. Nichols Dunnellon Janet R. Nichols, Kappa Alpha Theta, Miami Joan B. Nicholas. Delta Gamma. St. Petersburg Clara L. Noland, Kappa Delta Tampa Donald S. Noot. Phi Delta Theta Tacoma Wash. Marlene O ' Brien Altha Beverly J. Odom, Chi Omega Bartow Mary J. Oliver, Plii Mu Thomasville, Ga. Martha J. Owen Sanford Wanda S. Owen, Alpha Xi Delta . Tallahassee Robert Page . Lakeland Gordon L. Palmer, Delta Tau Delta Sarasota Janice Parnell Dunedin Mary L. Pate Jacksonville Gail E. Pater, Alpha Xi Delta Miami Melanie Paulette. Phi Mu Winter Park Bob Payne. Sigma Chi Miami I Wi : it. - PKn " ' fQfJ % iM 40 ■ | f J jlmtiBBk ■P . ■ t Mary Patricia Peace, Zeta Tau Alpha Miami Springs Mary Louise Peacock, Kappa Alpha Theta Miami Jakie Pearce, Sigma Kappa Tallahassee Ralph B. Peckham Tampa Fay Annette Pendleton Tampa Clem Pennington Tallahassee Beverly Perkins, Kappa Alpha Theta Tallahassee Ione Louise Perry St. Augustine John C. Perry, Kappa Alpha Clewiston Trudie Perry, Phi Mu Bradenton Loltise Petering, Alpha Xi Delta Lake Wales Susan Stokes Petree, Sigma Kappa. Tallahassee Barbara Helen Phelps, Sigvia Kappa. Orlando Royce Phillips, Lambda Chi Alpha DeFuniak Springs Kay A. Pieper Havana, Cuba William Carswell Ponder, Sigma Chi. Ocala Mary Stephanie Powell, Alpha Xi Delta Brewster Sarah Elizabeth Prather Pi Beta Phi " Ft. Myers Donald Cavid Preisser, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Denver, Colo. Gerry Puryear, Alpha Xi Delta Groveland Joan Putnal Mayo Arthur Eugene Radin Tampa Jimmie Kate Ramsey, Delta Zeta. Blountstown Donald L. Rathbun Fremont, Ohio John Lance Reese Pensacola Judith Ann Regele Clearwater Carol Alford Rehkop Bartow Reba Bevis Rehwinkel, Delta Zeta. Tallahassee Thomas Lawrence Reitz Lakeland Frank K. Reuss, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Yonkers, N. Y. Carlyen Rhodes, Phi Mu Fort Myers Dorothy C. Rice Orlando Nancy Rice, Delta Delta Delta . . Ocala Isaac W. Richardson Pine Village, Ind. Vernon Charles Ricketts Theta Chi, Tampa Annette Jane Richmire, Delta Gamma Jacksonville Margaret Cameron Roberts, Sigma Kappa Orlando Virginia Lee Robson, Delta Zeta Miami William H. Roche, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Panama City Eleanor Lilly Rodgers Panama City Son ya Rogers Wildwood Valerie Jean Rohs, Kappa Alpha Theta Chicago, 111. Douglas Charles Rosenblum, Lambda Chi Alpha Sante Fe, N. Mex. Travis Harvey Ross, Theta Chi. . Haines City Carol Lynn Roth, Delta Delta Delta Miami Nancy Rountree, Phi Mu Sanford Mary Denny Rourk, Alpha Delta Pi Orlando Gene Alexander Rowell Orlando Jean Rush, Chi Omega Jacksonville Ann Rykard Madison Jack W. Rynerson, Alpha Tau Omega Vernon Kathryn Pearl Sanchez, Gamma Phi Beta Key West Carol Gray Sapp, Delta Gamma Quincy August Joseph Sardinha, Jr., Delta Tau Delta Fitchburg, Mass. Arlene Lee Sargent, Alpha Gamma Delta Avon Park Frank John Sattler, Sigma Chi Tampa jgfc jHfe Marianne Schmalz White Hall, 111 Willa Marle-Blanche Schmit DeLand Arline Schmitt, Gamma Phi Beta .. Sarasota Mary Scott, Alpha Chi Omega, Ormond Beach Phyllis Ann Shaddick Gamma Phi Beta... Leesburg Ann Sharp Lake Worth Ralph Henderson Sharp, Lambda Chi Alpha Palatka Thomas J. Shaw Madison Rae Adelle Sheldon, Alpha Gamma Delta West Palm Beach Barbara E. Shelton, Gamma Phi Beta Boynton Beach Elizabeth M. Sheppard, Delta Zeta. . . Key West Richard B. Shevlin, Sigma Nu West Palm Beach Sue Harriet Shields Fort Meade Sue Shives, Delta Gamma .. Cincinnati. Ohio Patricia Ann Siecel Jacksonville June Sillay, Sigma Kappa Jacksonville Martha Marie Simmons, Delta Zeta.. Orlando Nina Sue Simmons Kissimmee Rose Ann Smeltzer. Delta Zeta. . . .Vero Beach Mary Ann Smith. Sigma Kappa Coral Gables Patricia C. Smith. Sigma Kappa . Tallahassee Sandra Faye Smith, Delta Gamma Ft. Lauderdale Sylvia Lynn Smith, Gamma Phi Beta Beaufort. S. C. Ronald R. Sommer Brooksville Joseph Sparling Umatilla Tom Speck, Alpha Tau Omega, Ft. Lauderdale Jaqulin Spires DeFuniak Springs Joanne A. Sproul Hollywood Anne Stanley, Delta Gamma.... Panama City Jimmy Stanley, Kappa Sigma Crestview Piula Ann Staples, Alpha Xi Delta Zephyrhills Ellen Mary Starbuck Jacksonville Walda Stearns, Alpha Delta Pi Atlanta, Ga. Carolyn Steele Bradenton Martha Steenbergen Ocala Rosemary Stephenson. Alpha Gamma Delta St. Petersburg William B. Stevens Miami Beth Stewart Panama City Patsy Stewart. Pi Beta Phi St. Petersburg Sa ' zane Stokes, Sigma Kappa Atlantic Beach Wayne Stone, Kappa Alpha Jacksonville Madge Eileen Strain, Alpha Xi Delta Orlando V. Earl Strickland, Sigma Nu Tallahassee William Armand Strickland, Kappa Alpha Tampa Gene L. Striegel. Theta Chi Chicago, 111. Jack P. Striegel, Theta Chi Chicago, 111. Susan Caryl Strock, Alpha Chi Omega West Palm Beach Bill Theron Swicert, Sigma Chi Miami Hank W. Taffe, Delta Tau Delta Naples Pickens Talley, Chi Omega Tallahassee William Hall Taylor Miami Alison Templeman, Chi Omega Atlanta, Ga. Jack Terwilliger, Sigma Chi Dade City Claudette Ann Thackerson, Delta Zeta Jacksonville Mary Sue Thomas, Chi Omega ... . Quincy Jean Thompson, Delta Zeta Fcrnandina Ed Threadgill, Jr., Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pensacola Frank Benjamin Tillett Terra Ceia Alita G. Tomlinson. Gamma Phi Beta Jacksonville Susie Tope, Kappa Delta Tampa Jerry Travis Tucker, Sigyna Nu. Daytona Beach Charles H. Turner Bunnell Oran Lloyd Turner, Jr Tallahassee Robbie Turner. Alpha Gamma Delta Tallahassee Thomas J. Turpin. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tampa Susie Ruth Tyler. Kappa Delta Jacksonville Robert Lee Umstead, Sigyna Phi Epsilon. Tampa Nancy Van Cleve, Phi Mu Atlanta, Ga. Patricia Van Hyning Clearwater Bud Vause, Phi Kappa Tau.. Panama City Betty Veal. Kappa Alpha Theta Tallahassee Sandra Jean Vechnak Tampa Pennelope Ezell Vinson. Gamma Phi Beta Fort Valley, Ga Meta Viohl Charleston, S. C. Albert C. Voll, Theta Chi, San Francisco, Cal. James U. Wade. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Bradenton Theodore E. Walden . .Clarksville Mollie Walker, Phi Mu Barnesville, Ga. Nat R. Walker Tallahassee Mary Walter. Sigma Kappa Miami Vicky Walter, Sigina Kappa Miami Alma Adams Wandeck, Delta Delta Delta Marianna Sylvia Ann Warren, Delta Zeta .... Wauchula Janice Ruth Watkins Gainesille Carolyn Sue Webb. Sigma Kappa ... Miami Jim W. Webb, Phi Delta Theta Atlanta, Ga. Beverly Welch, Alpha Xi Delta Umatilla Kenneth A. White, Lambdc Chi Alpha St. Petersburg Nancy Jane White, Alpha Omicron Pi, Miami Harry S. Whitehurst, Kappa Alpha Brooksville Sara Anne Whiting, Alpha Xi Delta ... Miami Sherry Louise Whitley, Alpha Xi Delta, Miami Robert Paul Whittier, Kappa Sigma Vero Beach Adria Ann Whittle, Pi Beta Phi . lampa James Slater Wight, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Cairo, Ga. Jacquelin Mae Wiggin St. Petersburg Emory O. Williams, Jr., Sigma Nu, Pensacola Lynn Elizabeth Williams, Alpha Delta Pi Orlando Nina Ruth Williams Griffin, Ga. Sara June Willis Panama City Sylvia Lynn Willis, Delta Gamma Punta Gorda Frances Elna Wilson Canal Point Peggy Louise Wilson, Delta Zeta... Orlando Robert Winzurk Coral Gables Andy Woolington, Kappa Alpha Jacksonville Peggy Wright. Delta Delta Delta Sanford Marilyn Anne Yates, Pi Beta Phi. Jacksonville Dorothy Jane Yeoman Fort Lauderdale Penny Yeager Sebring Margaret Yeats Gainesville Patsy Ann Yon Tallahassee James M. Young, Kappa Alpha Sarasota Robert Swain Young, Sigina Alpha Epsilon Greenville, S. C. Patricia Ann Zech Miami Winona Ziel Santa Rosa Beach . ' s FRESHMAN CLASS PATRICIA G. STARNES ..vice-president ELIZABETH ARMES .secretary CYNTHIA LAWRENCE treasurer WILLIAM S. CLENDINEN President Claire Green, Liz Armes, Pat Starnes, Cynthia Lawrence. i mS 0 . jpip •% 9 ) c r T £ oV j o .•- i v i Joe J. Adamo Tampa Joan Alexander, Alpha Delta Pi Tam " a Gary L. Allen, Pi Kappa Phi Panama City Jerry Allen Ruth, Nev. H. Lamar Allen, Delta Tau Delta ..Bartow Billy Alton Tallahassee Beatrice Alvarez Tampa Angelia C. Ambrosini, Phi Mu Elberton, Ga. Jane C. Anderson, Chi Omega Tampa Janiece Andre Pensacola Charline S. Andrews Archer J. Roddy Andrews, Kappa Alpha Jacksonville Susan Andrews .... Clewiston Mary M. Andrews, Chi Omega Tallahassee Carmen M. Andros Macon, Ga. Particia Anna Clearwater James W. Ansley Thomson, Ga. Penny Jo Appleby Columbus, Ga. Tracy T. Arflin. Kappa Alpha Jacksonville Frances E. Armes St. Petersburg Robert D. Ashton Pensacola Joseph C. Assad, Phi Kappa Tau Danbury, Conn. Billy P. Atkins, Kappa Alpha . . Chipley Betty J. Atkinson, Phi Mu Tallahassee Elizabeth A. Bailey . . Cocoa Frances L. Bailey, Alpha Chi Omega Jacksonville Lois Baker. Alpha Chi Omega Jacksonville Mary L. Baldwin West Palm Beach Benedict Balser . . Miami Dorothy J. Barber. Gamma Phi Beta, Havana Olive E. Barnard, Delta Gamma Tampa Priscilla Barnes. Alpha Omicron Pi, Clearwatei Voncile Barnes Cottondale Eloise Baumer Bradcnton Richard H. Beach, Phi Kappa Tau Panama City Charles E. Beard. Jr., Phi Delta Theta ..Lakeland John Belitz, Kappa Alpha Orlando Richard H. Bellows, Sigma Alpha Epsilon ... Orlando Mary - A. Benedict. Delta Delta Delta Tallahassee Adrian K. Bennett Tallahassee Joe Ann Bennett, Kappa Alpha Theta.. Waycross, Ga. Betti - J Benzinc, Pi Beta Phi . Orlando Mary J. Beranek Tampa Barbara Bertolett Sarasota Richard G. Berube, Pi Kappa Phi Long Beach, Cal. Barbara A. Bishop, Alpha Xi Delta Montezuma, Ga. Paul W. Bishop. Phi Kappa Tau, Vero Beach Rodney L. Bishop, Chi Omega Clewiston Betty J. Black Brewton, Ala. Joan A. Black. Alpha Xi Delta Live Oak Lucy A. Blake, Kappa Delta . . Quincy Charlotte Bodamer Miami Barbara A. Boehm St. Petersburg Betty Bolton, Kappa Delta Lakeland Betty L. Booth Crestview Marilyn E. Bostwick. Phi Mu West Palm Beach Beth Bowen. Zeta Tau Alpha . Tifton, Ga. Nancy J. Bowers, Kappa Alpha Theta, Orlando Anne Bragdon, Kappa Alpha Theta Jacksonville G. Marlene Brand Miami Jessie Branscomb Cairo, Ga. Anita R. Bsassie Panama City Linda E. Brinkley, Alpha Omicron Pi Tallahassee Linda L. Brinson, Sigma Kappa. Jacksonville Nancyanne Browne, Pi Beta Phi, Coral Gables Susan J. Brown Avon Park William L. Brown. Theta Chi Leavensworth, Kan. Frank J. Bryan. Phi Delta Theta. Sumter, S. C. Vieva S. Bryan, Alpha Xi Delta, St. Petersburg Bobby Bryson, Sigma Chi. . Tallahassee Margaret Buchanan, Zeta Tau Alpha Barbara E. Buckles. Delta Delta Delta Leesburg Jo A. Budd Tallahassee Martha C. Bunker. Delta Delta Delta, Orlando William V. Bunker, Kappa Alpha.. Madison Sue Burkette, Gamma Phi Beta Chattahoochee Fred Burkhart Hialeah Minnie J. Burnsed Glen St. Mary Joan Burt Fort Meade Irma J. Butts Milton Louis T. Byrd. Phi Kappa Tau Panama City Wanda M. Caldwell. Miami Ethel Calhoun Sarasota John C. Calhoun, Jr., Sigma Chi, Tallahassee William K. Campbell Panama City Robert D. Cannon Panama City Bradley Canon. Hollywood Betty L. CantreLl, Gamma Phi Beta .Tampa £% fS Rhon Carleton Hollywood Donald Leslie Carlile ..Miami Joan Carpenter Riviera Beach Mary Frances Carr.. Pensacola Audrey Ann Carter, Phi Mu Lake City Robert Earl Carter, Sigma Chi Tallahassee Doris Casson, Alpha Omicron Pi, Cocoa Beach Ellen Catron, Delta Delta Delta Vero Beach Lynnie Cavin Jacksonville Nan H. Chamberlain, Pi Beta Phi Chattanooga, Tenn. Nelia S. Chapman, Zeta Tau Alpha St. Petersburg Laura Cheek, Kappa Alpha Theta Miami James Ronnie Chism Port St. Joe Tommy Eugene Chivers Miami Anna Lois Clark Greensboro Faye Carolyn Clark Greensboro Frances A. Clark Chipley Carole Anne Clarke Ft. Lauderdale Thomas L. Clarke, Jr., Kappa Alpha Monticello Louise B. Clements Miami Sandra J. Cleveland, Gamma Phi Beta Coral Gables Hugh M. Coachman. Sigjna Nu Clearwater James A. Cobbs Ft. Lauderdale Paula Virginia Cole Ft. Lauderdale Mary A. Coleman, Delta Delta Delta Daytona Beach Sandra Colley, Alpha Xi Delta .Panama City Mary Lou Collier Live Oak Norman E. Collins. Phi Delta Theta Keokuk, Iowa Julia Conkling, Zeta Tau Alpha. . Vero Beach Clay J. Conley Cross City t»mie Lucretia Conner St. Petersburg Ginger Connor, Zeta Tau Alpha Pensacola Elizabeth J. Cook. Delta Gamma St. Petersburg Mike Copps. Kappa Alpha Jacksonville Arno deCordre, Delta Tau Delta. Fort Pierce Janet L. Corley, Zeta Tau Alpha Daytona Beach Sara L. Coulter, Pi Beta Phi Orlando Watfie Crady Jacksonville Jacquelyn Rae Crawford Ft. Lauderdale Sylvia Joan Crawford Bessemer, Ala. John R. Crowell Orlando Nancy J. Crouse Winston-Salem, N. C. Beverly Anne Cude. Noranda, Quebec, Canada Sandra Helen Dail Jasper Donie Ann Davis DeFuniak Springs Edward LeRoy Davis, Jr Ashburn, Ga. James B. Davis, Jr., Sigma Alpha Epsilon Madison Peggy L. Davis. Alpha Xi Delta ... .Tallahassee Ann Norma DeBerry Perrine Sally Ann Deiss St. Petersburg Judith M. Dekle, Delta Delta Delta Atlanta. Ga. Elizabeth G. Dell, Alpha Omicron Pi Gainesville William Richard Dempsey Cross City Joe Nell DeMilly. Gamma Phi Beta Tallahassee Nancy V. Denham, Sigma Kappa Miami Emily Frances Denmark Tallahassee V 1 mt, m 4, Ji Richard Derby Jacksonville Ruth M. Dickenson Chipley Paul C. Dinkins, Sigina Nu Tampa Oliver C. Dixon, Jr., Sigma Alpha Epsilon Colquitt. Ga. Ethel Marie Donaldson Palatka Thomas W. Donovan. Kappa Alpha Jacksonville Joan Dorety, Sigma Kappa.. Jacksonville Mary Alice Dotson Miami Springs Winnie Mae Douglas Panama City Robert C. Dumke. Sigma Nu Buffalo. N. Y. Ann Duncan Tavares Ann Dunning Venice Amelia A. Durden Sebring Helen L. Dwelle. Delta Gamma. Jacksonville Charleen Eady. Alpha Xi Delta Orlando Elizabeth A. Earl. Delta Delta Delta Eufaula, Ala. Barbara Ann Eissy West Palm Beach Ramelle Ellis, Pi Beta Phi Orlando Richard D. Elrod. Phi Kappa Tau Buffalo, N. Y. Marvin Patrick Elsenpeter Miami Beth Elvery Tampa Caroline Emery. Gannna Phi Beta Orlando Dorothy - Emmett. Alpha Xi Delta Miami Lucille S. Entzminger. Alpha Gamma Delta Lakeland Barbara H. Evans, Alpha Xi Delta Atlanta, Ga. Bob Matthew Evans, Phi Delta Theta Hamburg. N. Y. Caroline L. Evans, Kappa Delta College Park, Ga. Sara Joan Ewing Jeromesville, Ohio Eugenia Rebecca Faulkner Columbus, Ga. Robert Ogden Fiege Fernandina Beach Howard C. Fillmore, Delta Tau Delta Dearborn, Mich. Patricia A. Finlay, Zeta Tau Alpha Blountstown Ronnie Herbert Fisher . . Tampa Marshall Fitzgerald, Sigma Phi Epsilon Miami Fay Fleishel ...... Port St. Joe Sandra Mitchell Fletcher Tallahassee Audrey Joy Flohe Clearwater Nancy C. Foco. Pi Beta Phi Chattanooga, Tenn. Cecile May Forney Daytona Beach Nancy A. Fowler, Chi Omega Orlando William J. Franklin ... Chipley Andrew W. Fraser Cristobal, Canal Zone Nancy Raye Frey St. Petersburg Elizabeth Jane Fulford Greenville Jeannette H. Garrett, Pi Beta Phi Bartow Gina Gaskins Palmdale Eleanor Ann Gates. Alpha Gamma Delta Canton, N. C. Carol Ann Gawryla St. Petersburg Nancy German, Delta Delta Delta Ft. Lauderdale Henry J. Glancy, Phi Delta Theta Atlanta, Ga. Sally Ann Glenn, Kappa Delta Jacksonville Donald P. Goodwin .. Tampa Celia Rae Gotshall Panama City Joy Graham Dawson, Ga. Edwin W. Gramling, Sigma Alpha Epsilon St. Augustine Felizia Lajuaia Granger Apopka Martha Frances Gray Atlanta. Ga. Doris E. Gregory, Alpha Gamma Delta Lake Worth Patricia Evelyn Grecory Albany, Ga. Albert S. Griffin, Jr., Sigma Phi Epsilon Tallahassee Mary Anne Griffin, Delta Delta Delta Coral Gables Patricia Constance Griffin. . Ft. Lauderdale Stanley- Howard Griffis, Jr.. .. Vero Beach Rachel F. Guess Lake Placid Eleanor S. Guilford, Alpha Omicron Pi Tallahassee Suzanne Gunderson, Kappa Alpha Theta Lake Worth Adelia Ann Guthrie, Delta Gamma Lake City James C. Gwynn, Kappa Alpha Tallahassee Dian Lou Hadfield Clearwater Elinor M. Hacer, Alpha Gamma Delta Bradenton Thomas Morgan Hall. Jr., Sigma Clii Miami Helen Hall Pensacola Paul D. Hammond, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sumter, S. C. J. Dan Hansell, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Miami Loretta Joanne Hansen. . Ft. Pierce Anita Louise Harold Laurel Hill Keith Allan Harp St. Petersburg Richard E, Harrell Fort Myers Carl R. Harris Orlando Diane Roberta Harris St. Augustine Gloria J. Harris, Alpha Omicron Pi Roberta, Ga. Mary P. Harris Port St. Joe Marilyn Margaret Harris Tallahassee Martha Lowie Harter . . .Lake Wales Norman E. Harthun, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Denver, Colo. Karle O. Hartung, Phi Kappa Tau Panama City Janie Rice Haynie, Kappa Alpha Theta Belton. S. C. Nancy Heacock, Gamma Phi Beta Sebrint; DeAnne Head. Pi Beta Plu Coral Gables Frances Anne Hearn. Kappa Delta Plant City Ruth Ann Hedden . . . . Fort Meade Joan R. Hedrick, Delta Delta Delta . Tampa Sharon Arlene Heim St. Petersburg Alene Hendrick Fort Meade Ted B. Henji m. Phi Kappa Tau Hollywood Betty Ann Henley Campbellton Dianne Henry, Delta Delta Delta Jacksonville Antonio Manuel Herce Key West Rigo E. Hernandez, Theta Chi . . ... Key West Myron H. Herndon, Theta Chi Albany, Ga. Carleen Herrington Miami Peggy Ann Herrington Claxton, Ga. Temple Hess Jacksonville Jo Ann Hettick Panama City Ernestine Hewitt. Sigma Kappa . . Talahassee Joan Judy Hightower Dunnellon George Edmund Hitchcock Miami huck Holland Jacksonville John M. Holland, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Miami Springs Janet Holler Miami Diana Holroyd Miami Franz K. Holt, Alpha Tau Omega Graham, N. C. Jacquelin Sue Homer Coral Gables Elizabeth T. Hooks, Alpha Delta Pi Macon, Ga. Lucy Ann Hopewell Ft. Lauderdale David Hortin St. Petersburg Patty B. Houser, Alpha Delta Pi. .Jacksonville John G. Howard, Theta Chi Apalachicola Barbara Huckabee, Kappa Alpha Theta Idabel, Okla. Israel Dan Huerta Cardenas, Cuba . I ■Mdt- ■ r l Donna J. Huggins. Kappa Alpha Theta Pensacola David Y. Hulse, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Miami G. Patrick Iley. Delta Tau Delta.. Clearwater Rowell M. Ingram, Sigyna Nu Daytona Beach Bette A. Jacobs .Miami Claudet Jacobs West Palm Beach Robert E. James, Kappa Alpha Jacksonville Runs B. Jennings, Sigma Chi . Tallahassee Donald H. Johnson. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pensacola Margaret G. Johnson . . . . Tallahassee Wary Jane Johnson, Chi Omega Orlando Robert Deny Johnson. Sigma Chi St. Petersburg Sherell W. Johnson. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Linton, Ind. Barbara Mae Jones, Kappa Delta.. Tallahassee Clarence Jones Dalton, Ga. Linda Jones Daytona Beach Okle C. Jones Jacksonville Gladys K. Jordan, Alpha Gamma Delta Bartow Louise Justice, Delta Delta Delta Jacksonville Carolyn Ruth Keck Frostproof Lonnie H. Keene Palatka Gerald W. Keeney, Lambda Chi Alpha Orlando M-ke Kelly San Pedro, Calif. Susan Kelsey, Delta Zeta Tampa Phil J. Kemblowski, Phi Kappa Tau Sennett. N. Y. Marianne Kenaston Cocoa Maurice T. Kennedy, Sigma Nu Camilla. Ga. Ann Key, Chi Omega Jacksonville Nancy Kay Key, Kappa Delta Lakeland Roberta M. Kienzle. Alpha Omicron Pi Miami Kitty Kilner, Alpha Delta Pi Jacksonville Betty Lou King. Pi Beta Phi Stuart Nancy Lou King, Pi Beta Phi Stuart Arlene R. Kirchman Chosen Virginia K. Kiser Cocoa Steve L. Kleid ...... . Miami Beach Phillip J. Knight, Sigjna Chi Blountstown Dale W. Koch. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Clearwater Lois Kuster, Alpha Omicron Pi.. Vero Beach Dolores L. Laffety Lakeland Carol Anne Lamb, Phi Mu . . . .Statesboro, Ga. Janice E. Lamb Madison Berta L. Lambe, Delta Zeta Marianna Britt Landrum Panama City Joan V. Lane Wauchula June Lasseter. Delta Delta Delta Tallahassee James L. Lastinger Sebring Ann Lazonby, Chi Omega Gainesville Anne Leddy Miami Margaret A. Lefever, Alpha Xi Delta Ft. Lauderdale Pat Margaret Leiman, Alpha Omicron Pi Tampa Georgene Ann Leis, Delta Zeta Winter Haven Betty Jean Leopard Auburndale William B. Lewis, Delta Tau Delta Leominster, Mass. Raymond K. Liebau. Delta Tau Delta Melbourne Judith C. Linder. Delta Zeta Wauchula T H . hi M Mm €| «rfMfl j Sally Lines, Alpha Delta Pi Quincv Lester L. Little, Sigma Alpha Epsil07i Nitro, W. Va. Marie J. Locker Flin Flon. Manitoba, Canada Harvey B. Lofton. Sigma Nu Fernandina Beach Edward W. Long, Kappa Alpha Jacksonville Jacquelun Lopez Delta Ganima St. Augustine Martha L. Lott. Alpha Xi Delta Hollywood Suzanne F. Lowell North Miami Beverly J. Mackinzie, Alpha Ga7nma Delta Palatka Jean Macleod, Kappa Delta ...... Jacksonville James G. Maddock. Jr.. Phi Delta Theta Ft. Lauderdale Jimmy M. Magee. Phi Delta Theta Tampa Jeanne E. Magill, Pi Beta Phi Chattanooga. Tenn. Joyce Evelyn Malmborg Jacksonville Nellie C. Manda, Kappa Alpha Theta West Palm Beach Patricia Manning Jacksonville Lynn Markham. Sigma Kappa ... Jacksonville Edwin R. Marshall, Jr Ocala Malinda A. Marshall, Zeta Tau Alpha Tallahassee John G. Martin Sebring Patricia C. Martin St. Petersburg Jack R. Mason Palatine. 111. Ronald K. Mason. Kappa Alpha . .Jacksonville Ann Lucille Massey. Kappa Delta Montgomery, Ala. James E. Matson Tallahassee Dorothy Jean May, Pi Beta Phi Miami Weta Ann Melton Jacksonville Gloria Ann Meltzer Palatka Sally L. Mendenhall. Kappa Alpha Theta Dayton, Ohio George J. Mengason, Theta Chi Drexel Hill, Pa. Barbara J. Mentzer, Delta Gamma West Palm Beach Carol Merriman, Phi Mu Vero Beach Edna Sue Penick Miami Jacquelyn Penny . Perrine Nancy Person Coral Gables Jimmie V. Pettey, Alpha Delta Pi West Palm Beach Janet E. Phelps, Pi Beta Phi Pensacola Emily R. Phillips. Alpha Gamma Delta Lake City John C. Phillips, Sigma Nu . Camilla, Ga. Curtis Ray Pilz, Pi Kappa Alpha Miami Eva Desse Pinckard. Kappa Alpha Theta Valdosta. Ga. E. Jackson Pollock Tampa Honey S " e Pooley Cocoa Wanda Posey Crawfordvillc Dorothy S t- zanne Powtll . Ft. Lauderdale Kathleen Roberta Power Scoring Sharon Katherine Poyser Pensacola Patricia Ann Proctor Miami Don H. Ramsden. Theta Chi.. , Ayer, Mass. Donald John Ray, Delta Tau Delta St. Augustine Barbara Ann Ready, Alpha Xi Delta St. Petersburg Jo Ann Reasor Daytona Beac h Dixon Irvin Redditt Jacksonville Sandra Lee Reese Jacksonville Emily L. Register, Zeta Tau Alpha Tallahassee Gloria Ann Reinhard Miami Marie Delcarmen Rendueles Key West Emmett Young Reynolds Tampa Dick Rhodes, Phi Delta Theta Tampa Marietta Richardson St. Petersburg Babs Riggs West Palm Beach Virginia Ritchie, Alpha Xi Delta Venice Hubert Doyle Roberts Tallahassee Mary Beth Roberts. Kappa Alpha Theta Daytona Beach Maria Messer Tallahassee Julie A. Milam, Kappa Alpha Theta ... .Miami Ella Mae Miller Lakeland Mary Milstead, Alpha Delta Pi Jacksonville Judy Minter Miami Mary P. Mohlenrich, Chi Omega Coral Gables Ruth Monroe, Alpha Delta Pi Quincy John E. Montgomery, Jr., Phi Delta Theta Sarasota Julie A. Moody, Chi Omega Plant Citv Kay Moon, Delta Delta Delta Orlando Art Moore, Sigma Chi ..DeFuniak Springs Robert A. Moren, Sigma Chi ... . Freeport, 111. Ethel Moring Bronson Di ana Evie Morris. Kappa Alpha Theta. Miami Anne Munroe, Kappa Delta Tallahassee Scott F. Munroe, Pi Kappa Phi Tallahassee Tilley Mlirphree, Chi Omega Gainesville Ann Murphy - Clewiston Patti A. Murphy, Kappa Alpha Theta Ft. Lauderdale Thomas Fain McCall St. Petersburg Ann McConnico. Chi Omega Tampa Earl McCormick, Pi Kappa Alpha Port St. Joe Rosemary McEwen, Kappa Alpha Theta Miami Bonnie Lee McGregor . . Miami George Henry McKelvin . . Panama City Patrick McKeown. Pi Kappa Alpha Highland Park, Mich. Sallie Naomi McLain ..Lakeland Robert Earl McLaughlin . . Terra Ceia Barbara McMillan Dahlgren, Va. Sara L. McMillin, Alpha Xi Delta Ft. Lauderdale Janet R. McMullen, Delta Zeta Clearwater Pam McNeer ... Miami William C. Neel. Phi Delta Theta. Tallahassee Mary Ellen Neeld Hollywood Rita E. Nelms. Alpha O micron Pi Panama City Barbara A. Nesselrod. Gamma Phi Beta Winnetka, 111. Sherry L. Nichols, Zeta Tau Alpha St. Petersburg Frances Kay Nielsen. Kappa Delta Miami Cowan Glenn Nix, Phi Delta Theta Tampa Carolyn Elaine Noll . . Ft. Lauderdale Gretchen Oetjen. Alpha Chi Omega Joseph F. Osborn Hollywood Jorge L. Otero. Kappa Sigma Orocovis. Puerto Rico Betty Jane Otey. Zeta Tau Alpha . . St. Petersburg Sharon L. Pacetti, Kappa Delta Coral Gables Sarah Frances Pace DeFuniak Springs Mary K. Palmer, Alpha Gamma Delta Miami Hilda Ann Paniello . ... Attapulgus, Ga. James H. Park. Jr.. Sigma Nu Daytona Beach Ernestine Parker. Gamma Phi Beta Miami Chris C. Parmelee, Pi Beta Phi West Palm Beach Mary Ann Parrish, Delta Delta Delta Ft. Lauderdale Lydia Elaine Patterson Miami Jim Lower Peacock, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Tifton, Ga. Joan Peaden Live Oak Enid C. Pearlman. . Kew Garden Hills, N. Y. f ' ■f FSfek, c m» Billy Fred Robertson, Phi Kappa Tan Panama City Jack Robertson, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Bluefield, W. Va. Verna Lee Robertson, Chi Omega Tampa Penny Robinson. Phi Delta Theta Bradenton M. June Rodgers Bunnell Felix Flanco Rodriquez San Juan y Martinez, Cuba Rufus H. Roland, Alpha Tau Omega Newberry Coral Gables Davtona Beach Linda Stow Rollins, Kappa Alpha Theta Sandra Lee Rosenberg Carl Herman Rosenbush. Jr. Green Cove Springs Audra Lenora Rowe Pensacola Doyle Carlton Ruff, Sigma Chi Orlando Carol Rule Daytona Beach Allan W. Russell Jacksonville Beverly Ann Russell, Alpha Gamma Delta.. St. Petersburg Larry Sager, Pi Kappa Alpha Marion Ohio Bonnell Sapp. Pi Kappa Phi Chipley Cynthia Sapp. Delta Zeta Tallahassee Jere L. Sapp Haines City Charles E. Savage, Phi Kappa Tau Asbury Park. N. J. Sandra Lee Sawyer, Zeta Tau Alpha Miami Springs Shirlee Miriam Saylor Miami Peggy Joyce Scarborough, Alpha Xi Delta Leesburg Serena Amelia Schad, Alpha Delta Pi Brooksville Dan Harold Schoneck Key West Sandra Donahoo Sears. Kappa Alpha Theta Sarasota Jo Ethel Sewell Miami Robert James Shave, Phi Delta Theta Willoughby. Ohio William O. Sheetz Miami Joyce Simms St. Petersburg Helene Alice Sinclair, Delta Delta Delta Miami Nancy Anna Singleton Daytona Beach Charles August Sizer, Kappa Sigma Jacksonville Linda Louise Slaton. Alpha Delta Pi Eustis Margaret Reed Sledd, Alpha Xi Delta Miami Arlene E. Sloane Miami Carol Jean Slamka Orlando Betsy Smith Palmetto Beverly Morrisette Smith. Alpha Delta Pi Albany, Ga. Lula Myrtis Smith Williston Patricia Ann Smith, Chi Omega Orlando Walter D. Smith. Pi Kappa Phi Massena. N. Y. William T. Snyder. Kappa Alpha Orlando Barbara Grace Sorensen Fort Walton Beach Joan Ophella Sparling . Ft. Lauderdale Clarence Willard Spivey. Jr.. Theta Chi Bradenton Sharon Spivey Auburndale Annetta Spruell. Phi Mu Aiken, S. C Rosemary Lee Stainback. Delta Zeta Atlanta, Ga. George M. Standridge. Kappa Alpha Leesburg Barbara Ann Stang. Delta Gamma . Miami Patricia Gail Starnes, Delta Delta Delta Atlanta, Ga. Jackie Stecker. Kappa Alpha Theta Coral Gables Ronald Emerson Steurer .... Berlin. Conn. Elizabeth N. Stevens New Port Richey William L. Stevenson, Jr.. Phi Kappa Tau Panama City John Neel Stewart. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Orlando Lanara Stewart Jay Sandra Stewart, Kappa Delta Tampa John M. Stitt Tallahassee Mary Margaret Stokes. Kappa Delta Tampa Fred Millard Stokley Drifton Phillys Yvonne Straker Umatilla Jon A. Strandhagen, Phi Delta Theta Ft. Lauderdale Robert Douglas Strickland Tampa Raye Elaine Suber Coolidge, Ga. June Marie Summerlin. Delta Gamma Jacksonville Mysie Surguine, Delta Delta Delta . Orlando Betty Joan Swartz ... Leesburg Eleanor Sweatt. Pi Beta Phi Orlando Stephanie Swinford. Zeta Tau Alpha Atlanta. Ga. Patricia Ann Talbott Miami Bonnie Patricia Tapley. Chi Omega .. .Jacksonville Kay Elene Taylor, Alpha Chi Omega.. Mayo Joseph Anthony Tedesco. Seaside Heights. N.J. J. Carol Terpening ... St. Petersburg Joanne Testa. Sigma Kappa Palm Beach Barbara Mae Thackston Bradenton Doreen Marie Thomas. Alpha Xi Delta Miami Elinor Jane Thompson. Phi Mu Atlanta, Ga. Ernest C. Thompson Tallahassee Vicki Jane Thompson ... ... Pensacola Sue Throckmorton, Pi Beta Phi . Miami Betty Jo Toler . Ft. Lauderdale Barbara Berd Toney, Alpha Omicron Pi Coerun. Ga. Frances Bryant Townley. Kappa Delta Miami Beach Ariene Trammell Tallahassee Louise Burkhart Travis, Phi Mu Jacksonville Carol Traylor. Pi Beta Phi . . Jacksonville Daniel A. Trocme, Special Paris, France Richard J. Trudemj, Theta Chi Key West Prances Patricia Tucker, Phi Mu Atlanta Ga. James Paul Tufxno New Bri in, Conn. Alicia Janice Tuccle, Sigma Kappa, Atlanta, Ga. Alice Turnbull Tallahassee Leonard Tylka . . Akron, Ohio Carol Lynne Uhlich. Pi Beta Phi Miami Art Unber, Sigma Chi Naperville, 111. Delane Vincent. Delta Gamma ..Coral Gables Jeannette Waddell Wabasso Ethel Wainright .Frostproof Frances Patricia Walker, Chi Omega.. . Tallahassee Janet Thelma Walker Miami Ada Leigh Wall. Aiplia Clii Omega Jacksonville Patricia Lou Warner. Aiplia Omicron Pi Lakeland Kenneth H. Watkins. Delta Tau Delta, Bartow William Nelson Watkins. . Delray Beach Jean Weimer Leesburg Jackie Wells Jasper Joan Catherine Wells Tallahassee Ann Welsh, Delta Zeta Pompano Beach Dona Rebecah Wester Grand Ridgp Nell Weston Marianna Barbara Ann Whiddon, Kappa Delta Tallahassee Ginny White Tampa Sylvia Whitten Bronson Marjory Jean Wicks Miami Pat Wilder ... .Port St. Joe Joy Wilkins, Alpha Xi Delta Ft. Lauderdale William C. Wilks, Kappa Alpha Jacksonville Hubert Wood Williams. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Atlanta, Ga. Sandra Elizabeth Williams Winter Garden Barbara Ann Willis ....... Bradenton Arthur W. Willits Daytona Beach Mary B. Wilson. Alpha Delta Pi Gainesville Pat Wilson, Gamma Phi Beta . Ft. Valley Ga. Sandra Celeste Wilson St. Petersburg Clinton B. Wing ... Elyria, Ohio Lynn Wollschlager, Sigma Chi.. Tallahassee Jerome T. Woods, Phi Kappa Tau Panama City Dixie Works Fort Walton Beach Jean Worley Lake Placid William Warren Wright. Kappa Sigma St. Petersburg Carolyn Wyllys Hastings Charlotte Mary Yaeger Chi Omega Tallahassee David Thomas Youngblood, Phi Kappa Tau Montrose, Pa. The Sigma Kappa girls took honors in the annual Sigma Chi Derby. The event was held too late for full coverage this year, but, as always it was " a ball. " i A Few Words in Passing FIFTY-THREE YEARS AGO a young man edited a yearbook on this selfsame campus. It wasn ' t Florida State University then; there was only one brick building on the hill, and today there are more students living in West Hall than there were enrolled in that year of 1903. That young man ' s name was Benjamin A. Megin- niss, and he was one of the 325 men and women at- tending the Florida State College, Tallahassee. The yearbook he edited was called The Ar go. By today ' s standards it wasn ' t much of an annual. It contained 117 pages, a few poor photographs, and students leafing through its yellow pages today laugh at the Class Yells, the fancy artwork, the bustles and high stiff collars, the Literary Societies, and the odd uniforms the football team wore. Incidentally the football squad boasted 14 men that year, and they beat the Florida Agricultural Col- lege, 6-0. Or maybe I ' d better refer to the FAC as the University of Florida, just for clarity ' s sake. Ben Meginniss and his classmates were young then, in 1903, but this hill had been the site of a school of higher learning 52 years already. Back in 1851 the State Board of Education founded the oldest state college in Florida, which has operated continuously since November, 1856. As Ben Meginniss told it in the 1903 Argo, " . . . it was from 1882-1885 the Academic Department of the Florida University. The Law and Medical Departments being discontinued in 1885, the Literary Department was popularly known as the West Florida Seminary until 1901, when this title was changed to Florida State College. " The college was co-ed from 1901-1905. Then about the time the Literary Societies and football team were going good the Board of Educa- tion decided to change the Florida Agricultural Col- lege to the University of Florida, for men only, and FSC became the Florida State College for Women. And from 1905 to 1956 the university has grown by leaps and bounds. In 1947 male students once again trod the paths and sat in classrooms that had been a female domain for 42 years, and a new name appeared over the front gate. Florida State University. But that ' s modern history. Ben Meginniss ' Argo underwent a renovation too Only a handful of people remember the name today. The girls changed the vearbook to the Flastacowo, and that name was finallv changed to the Talhf-Ho. And this year I ' m in the same position that Ben Meginniss was in 53 years ago. I ' ve edited a year- book. Not the same book, but on the same campus, for a student body which are successors, and perhaps even relatives, of the 325 men and women who read the Argo back in 1903. I never met Ben Meginniss, and yet I feel a close kinship with him. We have a lot in common. He too was a member of the Kappa Alpha Order, and helped establish the fraternity ' s first chapter on this campus in 1903. At that time KA was the only Greek-letter national fraternity on the Florida State College campus. Perhaps Ben wasn ' t faced with the extreme prob- lems of publication that I was faced with this year, but he didn ' t have the advantages of modern photog- raphy and printing that I have. He probably under- went the same disappointments, reverses, and heart- aches I ' ve experienced in editing the Tally-Ho, but we both tried our best to overcome the setbacks, and put out a good vearbook in spite of them. And so, silentlv, I dedicate this 1956 edition of the Talh -Ho to Ben Meginniss and the 1903 Argo. I hope that some day in the years to come some future editor will leaf through a copy of my book, and say a few kind words in passing. Jim Broderick AUTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS ! 1 I I I 1 l ' I ' i ■ [ it ) --, ■ 1 . I : I ! I i , I ' I j » tttf UrttX ! ' • I it ' b ■


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