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ALFREDO TRAVA MILLET Calderon de la Barca 33S Mexico City, Mexico Famed as a member of Mexico ' s Davis Cup tennis team, Alfredo did much to establish Rollins ' tennis prestige throughout the South. His accomplishments along this line included leading the Rollins tennis team, and holding the Florida State Singles Championship. A member of the Kappa Alpha Order, he served as Secretary of the group and as representative to the Interfraternity Council. He acted as President of the Pan American Club and was also a member of the Spanish and R Clubs. Alfredo plans to return to Mexico where he will work in the television and mo- tion picture industry. SUSAN MOLL 100 Trismen Terrace Winter Park, Florida Sue, a new resident of Florida, now resides in Winter Park. Before Rollins, she attended the University of Wisconsin and Bradford Junior College. An art stu- dent, she received prizes in this field before arriving at Rollins. She was also active in the Dramatic Club, Glee Club, and tennis and swimming intramurals. A Kappa Alpha Theta, she became affiliated with the chapter at Rollins and has become quite active here. Despite the fact that Sue was new this year, she was very busy on campus — she participated in the Water Show and gained membership to the Studio Club. Her other attributes placed her in the court of honor for the Tangerine Bowl Queen. ROBERT C. NIKOLAS 821 Bonnie Brae River Forest, Illinois During his four years at Rollins College, Bob has spent a large part of his time in fraternity activities. Besides his offices as Secretary and President of Lambda Chi Alpha, he worked as Pledge Trainer, Rush Chairman, and was on the Welcoming Com- mittee. He rounded off his career by serving as Vice President of the Interfraternity Council this year. Actually Bob ' s most outstanding contributions to Rol- lins have been made through the O.O.O.O. ' s, of which he is a member — the highest honor a man on this campus can receive. Bob, as an economics major, plans to enter his father ' s business after graduation.
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CHARLES F. MERRY 90 Bonita Drive Winter Park, Florida A transfer student from Orlando Junior College, Charlie came to Rollins to complete his education with a ma|or in economics, and to improve his busi- ness techniques. Previous to this he had also served his country in the United States Navy for three years. If not at school, or managing the affairs of his busi- ness, which is spectacular neon signs, Charlie ' s time was spent at home with his wife and three children. He has also found time to attend meetings as a mem- ber of the Sigma Nu fraternity. This June, Charlie will be a recipient of a B A. degree. ETHEL L. METZGER 46 Terrace Circle Great Neck, New York Robin, although graduating from Rollins in three years, has proven to be a generous contributor to campus activities Her interests in political science prompted her membership in Student Council, the Faculty Self Study Committee, Campus League of Women Voters, the Political Science Committee and as delegate to the F I.S G.A. She belonged to the French Club and Stud ent Music Guild, not to exclude the many late hours spent in her capacity as Tomokan Assistant Editor. A member of Gamma Phi Beta so- rority, she participated in intramural basketball, vol- leyball and golf, and held the offices of Scholarship Chairman, Corresponding Secretary, Song Chairman, and Pledge Trainer. Her outstanding achievements gained her membership in Libra and Pi Gamma Mu. i GEORGE J. MILLER 4550 Broorside Road Toledo 6, Ohio George spent a year at Michigan State before coming to Rollins, where he was an English major. His in- terest in publications accounted for his work on the Michigan yearbook, his position as Tomokan Feature Editor and Business Manager, and membership in the Rollins Publication Union. As a member of the Kappa Alpha Order, George served his fraternity as Secretary, Vice President, and Pledge Trainer and was an intramural enthusiast, playing on the K.A. football, baseball, volleyball and golf teams. During his senior year George was made member-at-large of honorary Lambda Kappa Pi. June 4 has double sig- nificance for George, as it means both graduation and his marriage to Steph Swicegood. 269
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LETTY MOREHOUSE 1650 Hampden Place Winter Park, Florida Mrs. Morehouse had quite a bit of college background before completing her degree requirements here at Rollins. She attended Wellesley College in Massa- chusetts for three years as well as many special sum- mer sessions. Her interest in music and choral groups kept her active in such societies while at Wellesley. Here at Rollins, Mrs Morehouse ' chosen field was English, and she also found time enough to work as a part time member on the staff of the Mills Me- morial Library. She will receive a well earned B.A degree upon her graduation this June. ORVILLE R. MYRABO 1425 Berkshire Avenue Winter Park, Florida Orville transferred to Rollins from Orlando Junior College. Here at Rollins he majored in business ad- ministration with a special interest in accounting. His high scholastic standing gained him membership into Pi Gamma Mu, national honorary social science fra- ternity, and also a position on the Honor Roll for the spring term of 1953. Outside of school, his interests and activities centered around his wife and family, which includes his three children When he gradu- ates this June, Orville will be able to present his well earned B.A. degree to a proud family. JEAN A. NAVIN 87 Ivy Way Port Washington, L. I., New York Jean transferred to Rollins from Goucher College in Baltimore, Maryland, in her second year. At Goucher she was a member of their French Club, Interna- tional Relations Club and League of Women Voters organization. Continuing these same interests at Rol- lins, Jean joined our French Club and I.R.C. as well as the Glee Club and Community Service Committee. She spent Saturday mornings at the library reading to Winter Park youngsters in a story hour, a Com- munity Service project. Since her major interest has been in creative writing, Jean majored in English and will receive her B.A degree in June.
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