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JOHN D. PHILIPS 611 North Washington Brownsville, Tennessee Graduate school is John ' s goal, after graduating with a major in piano. He distinguished himself at Rollins and in Central Florida by his outstanding piano ac- complishments. He was named to Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges on the basis of his outstanding work in the Chapel and with his music. Scholastically he distinguished himself as a member of the Rollins Key Society and was also Secretary of Omicron Delta Kappa. He presided over the Rollins Chapel Choir, the Student Music Guild, the French Club, the Chapel Staff, and the Key Society, when not preparing for one of his many piano concerts given in this area. John was one of two recipients of scholarships given for a summer ' s study at the Uni- versity of Norway. JANE W. POTTS 105 Edgemoor Drive Lexington, Kentucky Completing her requirements for graduation in March, Jane concluded an active three years on the Rollins campus. She had formerly attended the University of Kentucky. Much of her work concerned the Phi Mu sorority for which she ably served two years as President. Other sorority offices she held were Chaplain and Co-Social Chairman. Jane took part in intramural softball and volleyball as well. She was the Lambda Chi ' s candidate for Fiesta Queen in 1953. A member of the Future Teachers of America, she interned at the Ferncreek Elementary School in Orlando during her last term at Rollins. M. EVERAL RAINWATER 108 West Palmetto Street Florence, South Carolina Everal, claiming South Carolina as her home, trans- ferred to Rollins from Stephens College in Columbia, Missouri. Before coming to Florida to complete her education, she participated in such activities as golf, swimming, archery, badminton and modern dance. At Rollins she was a member of the Inde- pendent Women ' s group, as well as a member of the Future Teachers of America and the Community Service Committee. Everal was also elected President of Holt House, where she resided. Elementary edu- cation was her major field and because of her keen interest in this she interned at Marks Street Elemen- tary School in Orlando this spring term.
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JEAN CLARK PENNINGTON 530 East Pine Street Orlando, Florida A married member of the graduating class, Jean spent four active years here. Participating in Chapel Staff activities, she served as an officer in three of the groups which came under chapel administration; as President of the International Relations Club, Sec- retary of the Race Relations Committee and Secre- tary-Treasurer of the Community Service Committee. Majoring in general human relations, Jean was elected to membership in Pi Gamma Mu, national social science fraternity. She also was a member of the Speech Society. On the athletic side of college life, she was a member of the state champion Rollins water ski team. After graduation she plans to enter the field of social work in Orlando. MARIE A. PERKINS 1418 Palmer Terrace Jacksonville, Florida Marie concentrated her activities at Rollins in the field of music. Work with Choir, Glee Club, Rollins Singers and the Student Music Guild gained her elec- tion to the honorary, Phi Beta, for which she was Program Chairman. Even Kappa Alpha Theta, her sorority, recognized her talent and chose her for its Song Leader She was also Theta ' s Rush Chairman, Social Chairman and Welcoming Committee repre- sentative and was active on its softball, basketball and volleyball teams. She was twice elected to the volleyball varsity after the intramural participation. Marie had parts in two Independent Shows, two Rol- lins Players productions, and was a member of the French and German Clubs. She received state-wide recognition for her talent and beauty as the winner of the " Jeanie With the Light Brown Hair " contest at the Stephen Foster Memorial. NANCY S. POLK 171 Woodland Drive Huntington, West Virginia Nancy, a West Virginian, graduated in March with a B.A. degree in general human relations. She held the post of Vice President of her sorority, Chi Omega. Her petite size did not hinder her athletically, as she was a member of the ski club as well as a participant in intramural basketball, volleyball and softball. The Social Rules Committee, Canterbury Club, Interna- tional Relations Club, and Race Relations Committee all claimed her attention. Panhellenic Council found her busy as its Secretary-Treasurer and Vice Presi- dent, while she was honored by membership in Lambda Kappa Pi.
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ELMER R. PUDDINGTON Rothesay, Kings County New Brunswick, Canada Journeying to Rollins from New Brunswick, Canada, Elmer has majored in business administration here at Rollins A member of the Delta Chi fraternity, he served as Treasurer of the group. He represented the Delts in intramural tennis, golf and basketball, and this year teamed with Guy Filosof to win the intra- mural tennis doubles crown. WPRK, Rollins ' F.M. station, consumed much of his time and he held the important position of Chief Control Operator, also filling in as announcer. He found time to work on the Fiesta Committee in his final year. DIAN G. RAUSCH 60 Bourndale Road, North Manhasset, L I., New York Hailing from Manhasset, Long Island, Dian entered Rollins as a transfer student from the University of Vermont. She has been quite active in Alpha Phi sorority, serving in the positions of Treasurer, Vice President, Rush Chairman, Pledge Trainer and Chap- lain. Dian participated in softball and volleyball in- tramurals and swam for the Tarpon Club. The Shake- speareana program presented by Mrs. Dean and her Shakespeare class found Dian working behind the scenes. She has also served on the Welcoming Com- mittee and was Alpha Phi ' s Fiesta representative. Being a general human relations major, she gradu- ated in June with a B.A. degree. MERRILL D. REICH 367 Holt Avenue Winter Park, Florida Bud transferred to Rollins from the University of Florida where he was a member of the Phi Kappa Tau fraternity. He did not lose any time in becom- ing active on the Rollins campus. He served as Editor of the R Book, as well as Feature Editor of the Sand- spur and Literary Editor of the ' 53 Tomokan. Bud also served as President of the Indy Men and Vice President and Social Chairman of the Stray Greeks The Self Study Committee, German Club, Radio Com- mittee and Fiesta Committee, of which he was Pub- licity Chairman, all claimed his membership. Inter- ested in radio, he announced over WPRK, and he also gained membership in honoraries Pi Gamma Mu and O.D.K. After graduation, Bud plans to continue his studies abroad, as winner of the coveted Fulbright award.
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