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CHARLES R. LEADER, JR. Sugar Hill New Hampshire Bob ' s activities centered in no one field during his four years at Rollins. President of the X Club this year, he also held the offices of Vice President, Social Chairman, Student Council representative and Inter- fraternity Council representative for his fraternity, serving as the latter ' s Vice President. His Council experience gained him the position of Vice President, and during his term of office he chairmaned the Mock National Election which was jointly sponsored with the Sandspur. He also participated in the work of the Traffic Committee and the Student Disciplinary Committee. A member of the baseball varsity team, Bob also became a member of the R Club. He played intramural football and basketball and was on the X Club ' s swimming team. Bob was elected Best Beau of the 1953 Fiesta and in recognition of leadership he was chosen for 0.0.0.0. MARGARET M. LAWCOCK R.F.D. 6 Charlotte, Michigan Margaret is well known to all as an eager participant in Rollins activities. She has had long and faithful membership in the Rollins Chapel Choir, two and one-half years, to be exact. Singing seemingly occu- pied a great deal of her time, for in addition to Chapel Choir, the Rollins Glee Club had Margaret as a full fledged member. She has been an alternate Student Council representative for the Independent Women ' s organization and Corresponding Secretary and Treasurer of the group. Margaret has worked for two years on the Annual Independent Show. She graduates in June with a degree in Spanish. BRUCE LEE Llewellyn Fields Sandy Spring, Maryland Bruce ' s senior yea r was filled with a variety of time consuming activities. As Editor and photographer of the Sandspur, for which he had previously been Sports Editor and Advertising Commissioner, he held a second term of membership in the Publications Union He was President of the 1953 F.I. P. A. con- vention, President of Delta Chi, a member of the Interfraternity Council, and earlier served as Delta Chi Social Chairman, Vice President and Council rep- resentative. As a freshman he played varsity base- ball, and sang with the Chapel Choir. He held a Chapel Reader ' s position for three years, and took part in the theatre productions, " Prince of Erratta " and " Spring for Sure. " Three honoraries claimed Bruce ' s membership: O.D.K., Who ' s Who and Lambda Kappa Pi, of which he was President.
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NORMAN C. KENT, JR. 6 6 North Thornton Orlando, Florida Norman had quite a busy background before coming to Rollins, as he spent a year and a half in the United States Marine Corps. He transferred from Cleveland College and Orlando Junior College to earn his B.A. degree with a history major here at Rollins. His high academic ranking gained him admission to Pi Gamma Mu, national honorary social science fra- ternity. Athletic interests included golf, swimming and track. When he graduates this June, he will proudly present his well-earned degree to his wife. LUIGI LA BOMBARDA Fogg ia Italy Luigi hails from Foggia, Italy, the country to which he plans to return to do his studies for the medical profession. He will study at the University of Naples in Italy. At Rollins he has concentrated his energies in psychology. His spare moments were given to sports, particularly golf, in which he helped the Inde- pendents vie for the top ranks, while he also par- ticipated in volleyball and tennis contests. Rounding out his activities he was a member of the Pan Ameri- can Club. BETTY JEAN LANG R.D. 2, Wilton-Westport Road Wilton, Connecticut As a voice major, B.J. virtually sang her way through Rollins. She participated actively in the Glee Club, Bach Choir, " Operation Songlift, " Campus Sing, and Chapel Choir. In the latter two she held the reins as Chairman and Student Conductor, re- spectively. Her musical talents on the stage of the Annie Russell Theatre were displayed in " Ruddigore " and " Prince of Erratta. " There was still time and effort spent as President of Canterbury Club, Secre- tary of Phi Beta, Secretary of the Student Music Guild, Vice President of Libra, and as a member of German Club.
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RICHARD P. LESNESKI 220 Reed ' s Lane Stratford, Connecticut With future plans pointed to dental school, Dick leaves Rollins with the distinction of having been both teacher and student — his teaching experience came as instructor in fencing. A transfer from Duke Uni- versity, Dick became a member of Delta Chi fra- ternity and served the group in his capacity as Rush Chairman. He also participated in intramural foot- ball, crew, basketball, and appeared in Rollins ' crew shell, as well as the Monday Student Council meet- ings. His appearance in a number of Annie Russell productions gained him recognition and membership in the Rollins Players. PATRICIA L. McCAMEY Fox Chapel Road Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Hoping to find her career in a phase of art work, Pat has chosen art and theatre arts as her major. She has served very diligently as a member of the Rollins Players, doing the all-important scenery and prop work in such Annie Russell plays as " The Im- portance of Being Earnest, " " Spring for Sure, " " Squaring the Circle, " and this year ' s production of " Detective Story, " to mention just a few. Pat is from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and has attended Rollins College all four years. She was Vice President of both Theta Alpha Phi, honorary dramatic fraternity, and Phi Beta, an honor to be proud of and one which well illustrates her abilities. RAY D. McMULLIN, II 9437 Kittyhawk Avenue Los Angeles 45, California President of the Senior Class, O.D.K., and Interna- tional Relations Club could all be found in the person- age of Ray McMullin. Business Manager of the Sand- spur, he also held the office of Secretary for the Pub- lications Union and the R Club. Ray was a three time winner of the Reeves Essay Contest and once of its Oratorical counterpart. A Chapel Reader, member of Choir, and Chapel Usher, he was also on the Chapel Staff. A member of Alpha Phi Lambda fraternity, Ray played intramural softball. He directed the 1952 Rollins Newsreel, was Vice President of the Debate Society and had parts in " A Dream for Margie " and " The Corn Is Green. " Ray was elected to honorary Pi Gamma Mu and Who ' s Who during his senior year.
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