Stetson University - Hatter Yearbook (DeLand, FL)

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I V This book must not be taken from the Library building. R- JTSi - wi Hflrrr f PUBLISHED BY The ANNUAL STAFF OF STETSON UNIVERSITY DeLAND, FLORIDA 935 DEDICATION Because he has given us a brighter outlook on life, because he has be- stowed upon us the advice and love that has served to make our days in this institution better and wiser, and because he has endeared himself to all the students of Stetson Univers- ity, we, the annual staff of 1935, wish to dedicate this volume of the Hatter to DR. WILLIAM SIMMS ALLEN FORWARD " O memories, O past ihat is " (Eliot) May this volume serve to bring back in the years to come the w onderful thoughts of yesterday CDIMTENTS UNIVERSITY FACULTY CLASSES SPORTS ORGANIZATION FEATURES ' Sini sits tin schiiiillioiisr hfl I Ik road " " WInri IIk xj)i(iuU) i (Kika (in hiianj l.ir l IIk hinis in nil llidr lorii " ••And " III i,f 1,1,1 hool.is. ill ijoud (ailh. Viniiilli nil Ihis iKir .• (i(Hn Ihnl iinii lin " " Tin (jridl lludlir fur rirhn is i i)iis( it ik ( " ■■Till Inicd- rain, ils stdhhi luiiil iilofl. Ami riiir (l lli, dh irilh ilisdirn " : . - 5 The ideal of John B. Stetson University through the years has been to develop scholarship, culture, and dynamic Chris- tian character. The success of the institution in atta ' n.ng the ideal is shown by the hundreds of Stetson men and women who are leaders in every walk of life — leaders who are striv- ing to make the world better. The idea! of Stetson has not changed. The motto is still " Fro Deo et N ' eritate — For God and Truth. With this ideal and this motto the students today are giving their best to the University. Let us look forward and go forward to build a greater Stetson — a Stetson more excellent in equipment and finer in quality. W. S. ALLEN, President. (955 . . CHARLES SHE.RWOOD FARRISS, D.D.. LL.D. Vi ( -l ' r( siil( nt of llii rnirrrsit !i G. PRENTIS CARSON, LL.D Driiu (,f llii rninisihi OLGA RUTH BOWEN, A.M. Assislinil hi Ihi Dnni of llir I ' uird ' sil i MARY ESTELLE LOWRY. A.M. I ( an of WoDit )i ROBERT IVEY ALLEN. Ph.D. Prof(ssor of I ' lii sics and Elntruiil Enf ini i rinf EVELYN FLEETWOOD BEACH Insfrnclor in Si ir( laruil W ' oil: JEANETTE M. BROOME, M.S. istiiiil ill I ' rivcipics of Conkiiii iiiul Xiilrilioii RICHARD ELIJAH CLARK, Ph.D. lAbntriiin mid I ' rofrssor of Socioloi n BOYCE FOWLER EZELL, Ph.D. I ' rofrssor of I ' sjiilioloi i inul Etl iiriil ion CHARLES ADAM FISHER, Ph.D. I ' nifissor of lliixiiiixs Ailiii iiiisi i iil ion (955 P.TK ' - (WiTll.V " BERTHA WEEKS FLUHART Fill, Arts. I ' llhlir lin„l A, I HARRY DAVIS FLUHART rrofissnr iif Fill, Arls HARRY CRAWFORD GARWOOD, Ph.D. l ' r(ij(ss„r of riiilosophii (iHit llihli WARREN STONE CORDIS. Ph.D. I ' rofissar in Fik IisIi MARIE NAOMI HERSHEY, A.B. Spiniisl, Assist in, ANNIE NADINE HOLDEN, Ph.D., A.M. Assishinl Friifcssor of (l(r iiini (iiid Fuijlisli CURTIS MILTON LOWRY, M.E. I ' rofi ' ssor (if F)i( iiif( ri)i( CURTIS HORN, A.B. Seen tarn to I ' nsul, iil Alh)i HENRY S. JACOBS, A.B., LI.B. l ' ni( ss ,r of Liiirs LUCY ANN NEBLITT, A.B. I iisl nil or ill Sjiiniisli iiiiil Fnmh (955 PaRc Iwiiity- xf5? p RUTH OSGOOD, A.B. Assinlant ni Mdilii ' malics BEATRICE PRIESTER lliiplisi Shi l( ul S, (i-i liirii ERNEST RANO s7( ill lliisi}i(ss Aih)i!iiisl ritli())i RVING C. STOV ' ER, M.O., Litt.D. I ' rnfissor of Sinnh FRANCES C. THORNTON Frtncli AssialiDil CHARLES BLOUNT VANCE, Ph.D. I ' m feasor of IHolo, !, MIRIAM WAYT, M.S. Iiislniilor III I ' liiisiiiil ICil mill ion uinl lluillli WILLIE DEE WILLIAN ■iisliiill ill I ' J.ipn ssinii mill l- ' llillis i HARRY SUNDERLAND WINTERS, A.M. Assislinil I ' l-ulissur of llislnrii iiiiil I ' oliluiil Siir}i, (955 ran.- twffily-lwc : 5f . MUSIC DEPARTMENT VERONICA DAVIS, Mus. B. hislniclor in I ' libliv School Music WILLIAM EDWARD DUCKWITZ, Mus.D. I ' rofissnr of Music DONALD FAULKNER, A.B. IHrcclor of Siiiiipliotiii Orciirstra I ' rofcssor in Mdllu tiuilics EMMETT FEASEL I Hstrtictor of ChirincI ETHEL M. FISHER I ' iiino, or)ii(il ( ' oi(is( ill Cliiss l ' i iiii I hsI nicl mil ROSA LEE GAUT, Mus.B. Insfniclor In Mitsir LOUIS HAROLD MARVIN Inslniclor In Violin THOMAS REMMINGTON •iisliinl Professor of Vocul Mils MATTHEW SLATER I nsfriiclor In Organ (955 ' ' ' STUDENT BODY SENIOR OEFICEDS JUNiOR orri RS SOPHOMORE OFTIcSs FRESHMEN OEnCEBS k. W ISiiyi 10 .. I1. IMe.sid.-iil; ngi n.s,l, ' ..;.-l ' i-, .sKl.Ml; I ' iuii - Kolds, Tlv:..siir.i, Sidney Taylor. President ; Josephine Price. Vice Howard Bateson. President: Maxine MeClarty, Vi All. ' in West. Treasmer. William . ' .ildMuin, President; Virninii . ' -:i .igBs. A ' iee-President : (leralilin. Sii c.rov.T Kirljv, Presid.ril : Hel,.n liriii. Vice-President; .loseiihin.- H.iinli Hall Codbold. Treasurer. Pase t ven(. ' -seven ' ' ' GRADUATED STUDENTS ELIZABETH BROOKS ZTA r ( ntuinl A.B. Stetson University KEMPIS CARPENTER Alhiniii. (la. B.S. Stetson University VIOLET FELKER DeLaiul AB. Stetson University KENNETH FREEMAN SN neLaiul B.S. Stetson University MARIE NAOMI HERSHEY Orlando A.B. Stetson University RUTH OSGOOD Dixbiirii. Mass, A.B. Stetson University VENOLA WOODWARD ZTA l)( ' I :iii.l A.B. Stetson University (955 m,. l vnl.v-ciRlil N ELIZABETH ALEXANDER AHA DcLiiHil Tiirch and Scroll: Pan-Hi-lleiiio Couiifil 4; Sviiiohonv OvchcK- Vice-Pi-esldent of Student Body 3; Hatter Staff 3; - ■■ ■ ■ President of Alphn Xi tra 1 Vice President of Alpha Xi Delt Delta 4: Pr. ' siiiiiil of Phi Pel uf W.A.A. L W.A.A. 1, 2, RUTH BOISCH nB«D Dinilomi Bcdcli Orchestra LibraHan 1. 2; Glee Club 1. 2; W.A.A. 1. Secretary of Pi Beta Phi 2: Treasurer of Mu Omega Xi 4; Student Coun- cil 2: House President 2: Most Representative 3: Sponsoi HonifconiinB 4: Student T?(idv S.-cretarv 3; Heportei ' of Pi rtetay Phi 4; nrani.-itu-;.; lla.«U. ' t l)all 1, 2. DENNIS CARROLL niv ' l) Lake Biifhr .f Mu Omega Xi 4: Rusiiu .«.■ The Hatter 3. EDNA CORBET T rilM ' .f(isp( r (MU T.-illahass.r; Sliid.iil VIRGINIA EINSEL IIH ' I) Tittii [III Cheer leader 3: Secii ' laiv of Senior elaiis; . Kslslant (;.vm In- sliuctor 2. 3; Vice-President of Student IJody 4; Censor ot Pi Beta Phi 2; Troasurei- of Pi Beta Phi 3; W.A.A. Publicity Manager 1: Junior Class Manager of W.. .A. ; Theta Alpha Phi. (955 : ' . MARY LOUISE FOARD II H ' ! Of Liniil •r. nrii.- ' I ' .-fin. .sijif;! ' s and dnlibl.s I. J. :; ; HasUcI b:i II 1. 2 W.A.A. Cla.s,- M.-m.-iRii 1, 2; iMei- Cliih Librarian 1. 2; Tn-isun- or Cl.-i- Club 2: r, ,;- Club I rio 2, :i, •! ; Class Srcr.-la iv : Mos I ' ol ' Ular Cirl :i. MARVIN GARRISON 1 1 K «l) jAikdand Transfer from Tennessee Military Instituli-. Cioipia Tech. I ' m versitv of B ' ' Iorida: Glee Chib 1. Warden Pi Kapp;. riii 2: Mvslii Crew 4; Halter Staff 2: Phi Alpha Dell.-,. ENA HURLEY Winter (lardcn v.. .. . 2. :i: Y. ' ,, . 1, 2. :i. WILLIAM lENNlNGS II K 1) H(irr(, Vfrmonl Arehoii uf Pi Kappa Phi 4; Secretary of l i Kappa i hi :;. Master of Rolls Sigma Nu Phi 4; Sheriff of Moot Court; Presi- dent of Citv Commission 4: Welcome Committee HomeconiiiiR S; Chancellor of Sigma Nu Phi. THEODORE JONES Lo hi hind (955 ' c Sf 5 4 GEORGIA KIRBY IT I I M (1 11)1 1 Dora S|)oi..s( r ;l; ;!.,■ Club 1. 2; Th.- HcuK.r I: I Mih.i ,,1 ' I ' h.- Hal- III ' :;; Tri atiurvi- dl Fifshinan Cla.ss; Tan- Hell. -uic- Coimpil 1 Trca.siirer 3: Heprf senlative on PaTi-Hi ' llinic Cbiincil 4: W.A.A. 1. 2; Tennis doubles 2; Basketball 1. 2; Sletson Opera ( " onipany S: Treasuier of Pi Beta Phi. WILDA LARSON A A A niokston , Pen n sijl ran id Transtn- liom Alkgheny college; The ' Honor 4; Vice-Presideni of Pi Kappa Sigma 4; Mce-President of Pi Oamma Mu 4; Class Manager of AV.A.A. 4: Y.W.A. 4; Glee Club 4; Publicity Man- asjer Delta Delia Delta. ALICE LEE ZT A DcLand y- .. . Treasurer t: Junior Class Viee-Pres denl 4; Si| Alpha Phi Ti-easurer 4. ANTHONY J. LICOTA T(i))iji(i ROBERT LOCKETT A T il . (ichsini rilh PI Translei fi-oni -.-nuirihill ; Dli, c-lc.i of I iil i .-i nunal.-; I: Koolhali ' ■ " 2; I ' .asliclball 2; . ssislant Football Coieh 4. (955 l ' ., .. Ihnl.N-lv :0 ' . JAMES MATHER A : t A)i)i Arhiir. Mi ln(jiin M slii- Cnw 4; Sl.lMiii i;iigiiici.-i- SufU-ly: I ' ri t iil. Til ol lOiij,-! MARGARET MAXFIELD Z X E Fotsdiim, New York Srcicliiry of n.S.IT. 3; President of Z-,=ta Chi KpKiloii: Corri-s- ponditi SiTi-olnry of Pi Kappa Sigma. RUDOLPH NELSON ( ' liicdf n, lUinais JOE PECK n K«I Chicago, Illinois Fi.iilljall 1, 2. :!. i: W ' n- ' s ' lii ' ig 1: AniLiican Clirniical Socicly. VIRGINIA PEEK , A A Ocila ■|-|-;riislrr ri-,.m C.Mlv.rsr and Cnlll ' lirr! P ' -i ' sid.tlt of ll.-ll:i iMlli, iHlta 4; PlTsd. Ill ..r Pan-H. ' lIrT ic- 4: ' ii..-.pn sidrni of lil.-. Club 4; Chairman of Mission School :i; ' icc-Pii-sid. ' nt ol Sui- dcnt Council 4; Secretary of Sludrnt Mayor . " {, 4: Tlic Hoiioi . Pi Kappa Sigma. (955 I ' r.H ' - Ihilly-lli c : ' . CommaiidiT of Sign P ' l ' sidcnt (if Youns K.p ' isiiilativ JACK PHILLIPS ::: Jdc! .soiirilh la N " u 1, 2, 3. 4; Founder of Mystic Crew, Democratic Club; National Student Com- K Democratic Club, 8tat( ' of F.orida; Mo.«i Mu ()ni.g::i Xi: W.A.A. Had. is; Thr Honor r lOlk, JOSEPHINE PRICE AAA Lake Wales ; Theta Alpha Phi; Pan-Hellenic Council 3, 4; Glee Club 3; B.S.U. Council; Ghm i Kappa Sigma. ERNEST RANO I) M A li)i( li(i)}il()n, Nnr York Mystic Crew, Founder and Trea.surer; President of Pi Gamma Mu 4; Assistant to Dr. Fisher 2, 3, 4; Clerk of Stetson Moot Court 4; Homecoming City Clerk 3; City Commissioner 4; Sec- retary of Sigma Mu Phi 3. JOSEPH ROUSSEAU SInilln n u-.- itv Basketball 3, 4; A ' ar.sitv 4; Iiitlimurals. Oh in •■ootball 4; X ' aisity Tennis LOUISE ROYALL A H A DilAind and Scroll 3. 4; Glee Club 1. 2: Me.- ly of Alpha Xi Delta; Stel I Inteilrelual 2. 4, le Team 2. 3. 4; Forum debalor ship .Vwai ' d 3; French Club 3. ■l ' ..rcli and Se ' iili Sehol- (955 I ' Mg.- Iliiily-loiu- ' c : ' . ' P HILTON SHOEMAKER 1 1 K 1) Ddi lona Beach ii-h.-sti;i :;: nrimi l, 2. 3. 4; Charter nviiibfi i.l Sli-I; t ' iiiri-ri?i(; Soc ' ifly; I ' lrsidcnl of Kletson ICnKiiircr ing Si. BERT SLADE ' iif ini i. MniiK sola FuDlball ::. 1: CaiJ.ain uf nask. ' tball T.am 1; lia.skelball 3. 4. SARA STAFF SI. I ' ctt rshitrij Transft-r from Tampa University; Band 4: Liltlf TheatTr Or fhostra 4; Stetson Symphony Orchestra 4; Tennis Team. GEORGE STRAUS ATA Youiujstoivn, Ohio Transl ' ir I ' roni Ohio Un ' versi y; Mvstic Crew; Varsity " S ' Club; FoolbnII 1; Hasketball 1, 2. 3. 4: Captain of All State HasketbP.il Team 4; Fecretary of Sophomore Class; Varsity ' I ' ennis 3: Coaeh of Freshman Basketball; Most popular boy ' i ALICE LEE SWAIN ZT A Sl ri v pari , Ldiiisuitui TransfcT from riiiversitv of Arkansas: Annual Staff 4: Pre (l.nl of Crecn HallrTS 4; Report.-?- for 7.ela Tan Alpha. SIDNEY TAYLOR :i: I) l) iMud I ' residont of Delia Sigma Phi 4; Most Inlellc etual 2; Torch ana Scroll; Debate Team; Thela Alpha Phi; (Chancellor of Torch and Scroll 3. 4; President of Senior Class; Head Cheerleadei 1. 2; Most Hep!-(-sentative 1. (955 P.-i!,-.- Ihirlyli : S. . WILLIAM TOMYN Winter (i ' lrdoi Most Dopiilar bov 3; Vaisitv Baskelball 2: Var.-iUv Tennis 2. 3. Vice-President of B.S.U. : President of Delta Sigma Phi 3: Viee-Piesidcnt of Delta Sigma Phi 4: President of RY.P.l ' . ETTER TURNER ZT A Williston President of Y.W.A. 3; Vice-President of B.Y.P.U. 1: Secre- tary of Sigma Alpha Phi 2; Pan-Hellenic Council 2, 3. 4: Hattei Staff 4; Secretary of Student Council 3: President of Student Council 4; Vice-President of Sigma Alpha Phi 3: President ol Zeta Tau Alpha 4: State B.S.U. Council 1. 2, 3: Third Vice- President of B.S.U. Council 4: Treasurer of State Student Gov. ernment 4: Pi-esident of The Honor. WALTER WEAVER JiuksuHvilh . Ivstic Crew: Alternate Captain of Football T.ani 4; . 11 Stale Team in football; All S.l.A.A. Team 4: Intraniurals: Basketball 2: Football 2. 3. 4; Captain of Football Team 2: " Little All American " : " S " Club. PAULINE WILSON AE A H((] Lien. Fonisijlrtntid Transfer from West Chester State Teacher ' s College; V.. A. 3. 4: Vice-President of Pan-Hellenic Council 4: The Honor 4; Hatter Staff 4. President dent of 4: B Slels AILEEN WORTH A H A Pontine, Illinois f Stelson Orchestra ' 2: Chaplain of 2. n Symphon.v Orche Players 1, 3. 4; Stetsr e Presi- 2. 3, 4. il Music LOIS WRIGHT n, Lull, Th.ln - l|.li ' i I ' lii, (955 2 Seniors Without Pictures GEORGE KAREL Orliiiidu JOHN MOORE Lake Hvhn nisl.-rial Assoc-ial i..ii 2. 3. 4. WILSON MOBLEY SIDNEY SINGLETON Transf.r finm Alabam.-i: Football 2, 3. i : n.-anvitir-s 2. 3. RODNEY THURSBY Orange Citij RALPH W. WOODRUFF Si hiiiilKiiu . I ' l }iiisi l raiiiii Suoquehfiuia rnivfisiiy .l!,; A.M.: (;.,..«.■ Uashiiiglon Uii versity L..L.R. MARY JANE LEUTON ANNA MERRYMAN HELEN WILDER DcLand Transfer from Wcllc-sli y T.niiis ' I ' .ani 4. WINEFRED PYLE 1 (I.(I)UI Pri ' sidiTU of Zela Chi I ' -.p.- iln Mu Onifga Xi (955 Page thirty-seven R : ' . EDNA ALDERMAN Z T A LakiUtnd HOWARD L. BATESON 1 1 K «! ' I), LiniJ WATTS BRACEY 1 1 K ' l Ashi ' ilh. . ( ' . WEBB BROOKS l i Fiiiiiiik Sjirings CLYATT C. BROWARD .hirl.sinii ' llli LU L. BROWN HELEN MAE CHRISTIAN II H ! ,lii(l;siniviVc AVARYEE COLLIER ZT A Cri ' scriil Cihi (955 IRIS DANIEL Z T A Orlanih) MALCOLM DAY II K ' l A ' , ' -.s7 HAROLD DASSLER A :£ •!) Iliiwlhiini,. X. y. BETTY DREKA II H «I JOHN S. DUSS jV( )( ' Siiii niii BOYCE F. EZELL, Jr. II K I) I)(L(ind MARJORIE HAMMER II H ' I I) lMn,l MARGARET HARPER LahiUtnd (955 Piige forty-one : 5f . LOUISE HICKSON AAA Sintford HELEN HORN II B «1) DiijihnKi !i dill CARL HOWELL. Jr. lloih nirtll,. I !i. CECIL RICHARD INGRAM. ) LESLIE N. JOHNSON :£ X (hinuJ Miir(ii ;. Minn. RUTH JONES iMhrland DORIS KNACK AAA Drlniit. Mich. SUE LATIMER A E A l)i Lanil DOROTHY MAYER PAULINE McFARLAND Z T . l (till(iini (955 ' ■: ' . 4 tjsc;? ' -? ' " ' s } ' FRANK M. LIPSCOMB Fcn-ji MAXINE McLARTY n R I Dinihiint RHODA NEEL .S7. Aiii iisl inr lAMES NEMEC, Jr. ( ' lii.aijo. III. FRANK H. ORTMAN, Jr. DcLand BURNIS PARKERSON A i; «i • ' llsl IIKlll , (ll lllflilt JAMES PARRISH Alhiniji. (! (irijut PAULINE PREVATT PalalL-a JOHN B. ROGERS, Jr. Ai: .l (((7Mrf( MATTIE ANN ROSS Z T .V V,llisl,ni (955 Page forty-lhree . ■p CHARLES R. M. SHEPPARD. Jr. DrLaiul RICHARD SIMPSON A :2 1) Fl. LiuidirdaU DOROTHY SKILLMAN II B I XhilhiKni. . . . WALTER SMITH A i: «I) BETTE STOVER n B I) nrLiind LILLIAN TURNQUIST ZT A DrlMluI AMORY W. UNDERHILL 1 1 K I Drl.inul ALLEN WEST, Jr. AS I) Jl.niushad SARA E. WILSON II I! 1 Midiiu MOISE WILLIAMS Z T A l rljni,l (935 I ' aee fori y- four ALMA MATER Dmr Alma Mahr, smile upon llni rhihlrdi! (lladJij ire ( reef Hire, (tltogcihiv lorilii; Pdiif hr icithiii llni cliissir halls inid Imiphs, llitil, AIdki Miihr, flair. Hail In lln Inn, IS irlii, Inn; noni In fori us! Yiiiinij )}ii II ( III iiniiihns. filliil irilli Inn ihrol iun! Brighl is llnir i lorij. fadrlcss anil iinihiinii. Hail III (iiir Inrois i oni . Hail In iiiir ilasstnalis, hnunil liji lies nc ' ir broken; Here onee ai ain lei pledge our vines of friendship ; Brave h ' lirls and true hearls soinnl alii e lln chorus Long live our comrades dear! Dear Miuii Malir. Iindcrlg Ihij cinldrcn iiaiher. and bring lo line gracious saliilalions; Comradis. iimir voicis lifl once again in chorus. llirJ. Miua Malcr dear. ni;. Lixcoi.x iiiLi.FA ' . H n R ' GEORGE. BROWN DcLand FLORENCE BROWNLEE AAA ( ' ( ildrhiirii, (li ori iii EVELLYN BURHANS Z T A JOHN G. BURKHALTER Mianti FLOANNA BURROWS Z T A Nvw S}H!iniii MARY DOWNEY CHATHAM AHA I) I Land HELEN COLLINS A E A La ki html CECIL W. COWART (955 IMfe ' r lorly-i-ife ' lil : ' ' . ' P RUTH CROOKS ZT A h: II si is HELEN DOSS A A A ' I ' ll ' I ' ll. (!l nil ill ESTELLE DUKE A E A Tinnpii NEAL, FAIRCLOTH 11 K «I (fiihii ij RICHARD FAULKNER DiLinuI JOSEPH FOLDS .( ( shiini DOROTHY FULLER AHA Drljinil DOROTHY HAINES II I! I« I), Land (955 I ' i.i; ' - ( " iiy-iiii MADELINE HALE A A I), Laud RICHARD B. HALL 1 1 K «! ' MARJORIE HARRELL AHA Miami NED W. HOLLAND 1 1 K ! ' lUal.ilii, (, ' tdn ia MARGARET JOHNSON Z T A I ' malilla THURMOND KNIGHT 2 N Pahokec GEORGE W. LEONARD ASH Ifasiiiujs FRANCES LEE AAA Lakeland (955 ' ' ' 4 MARY LOU LOGAN AAA Lakeland ELTON MARTIN 1), l.inni QUINCY H. MASTERS 1 1 K ' ' ! LKshiir, MARTHA McCONNELL ASA J acksonville CORNELIA McRAE E A JENNINGS MINTON II K I) Jf(isli)l S BESSIE FAYE MIRES A H A I), Land MAUREEN MOSELEY Z T A DvlMud (955 4 " RUTH MURPHY A E A I iiill(ni(i CALF, NAYLOR Ciniip Hill. I ' ll. MILDRED NICKELL A E A 1), Land LUCY O ' DELL AAA Oxford CLAUDIA OSBORNE ZT A Unuiiilhi SUSANNE PENNY AAA DiLand PIERRE POOLE II K ' I Cross Aiirlior. X. C KATHLEEN SAMPLE DcLiind (955 iMfv nn.v-iwi 4 5C GERALDINE SIMMONS n B i) Titusnlle WILLIAM SOLOMON Jacksonrilh HELEN SPAULDING ri V, 1 I), Laiiil ELLEN STEPHENS Z T A iMkdanil EDWARD WARREN Snulh Hill. Vil. CARL WEEKS Chrh((i. Midi. EMILY WHEELER DiiUi dill PAUL WONGREY Ai: i Ohc(cli )b ( (955 Page nfty-thrt ' ' z OLD STETSON 1 ' ( love Old stetson on tin li(:;ilil. We love her eliimes and tntls, We love her valors, ( re: u and ivhiti. Wr love h(r l.notls ond d lls. Vr lovr Ihr oiihs, iv lor, the phies. V( love til, p,ihns ,in,l fl, in vs. W, l„re ,,i,h en (inn, I. ,Hinhin,j line. Till siinsliine iinil tin sliiiiei rs. Vi I, IV, III, Iniildinas. old and n, iv. 1,1, , fri, nilships in tlnm inn,!, : Tin Lovi Tiltis tliiil iven soflhl told. nil mill Cn pill ' s aid. r tovi Ih, - ' elniiiel e.rireis, " , W, lov, till h,,irl!i son, . ]V, hive till lloln lV,;,, .v , ' ) ' ivisi . The, I eliiir as nil iliii.l lonij. W, III,-, ,,ieh friendhl. Inn, II i •■Proj " , rill II iihviiiis smile and n,i,l. .1,,, soiniinnis then irill riidlij liniijli Whin jiitinij ' ■r.itrii , „,„ " . ] ' , li: I null stiinhl. iimnlil In, I. Who o ' r till ,-,i)ni iis sir, ills; III has II piirjiose sironij in liji. Whiih dini till dull unfolds. To ■•find his I ' liiei in Hod ' s ivisi plan " . To ■■ ' linil his plaei and lilt it " , II I It lean, that leo ' d. leett doni ia,h dmi. Wilt hrinii him iiiiiri r to it. Wi ilon ' t ( ' ■ript Ih, ■ ' fair oms " hire, Who linil siieli elianii and ijraei ; Thiii hilp IIS all thnniiihont thi ijiar To till a hiiihir plini . Thiii ' re ahvaiis tini,ht. and ■■hold thru oivn ' So iiothimi ilsi miirh mattirs: The lions an ulad hr ' sii I him home , Thisi eh VI r ■■ Steh-ion Haiti rs . (955 PaBc liriy-1 ' mir Lest il III- of ilir writer said. That siiiin mil lie forcjets, Vi Iran a frimdli i nithii To llii ■•h oiiils-- anil Ih, ■•hraiKllis " Mail llii olil , rails fnnii Sli soii. Fiiiil fill nils holli fill, I anil hill : Mill (iiili iiiini ill, I a lorini icifi — Eiirli i irl a li iishainl . loo. ll ' r ' n i lail lo liarr lli, ol,l i,riiil, hail, On Foil mil I ' s Da II inch i nir. To iiriil III, fniiids of olliir ,l„,is. Anil form ni ir friimislii is li, n . Vi miss llii iliar onis ni.ir passid on, M ' r miss III ir ironls of rliri r. W ' l l.iioir tlial IIihI l.nps ivrrij on. Anil iripis iiiriiji i mh Imr. Anil mail in n r l.i , p in mini! Our ihi risliiil Foiniili r. irlio. lliiil Ihi shall II failli, in in, I, To mal.i his ilriiims nimi ' Irn, ; An, I Uios, irlio ' n hail a iiihilimi lianil. In all Ihi iiiars noir past . VIlo laiil a hroail foil nihil i,in plan To iiial.i Olil Shison lash Mi ' n Ilia, I lo hiitr Ihi ,hi)iiis ai iiin. ll ' •,-, filail to hrar ,,uh hrll. Thill liniiij ha, I,- Ihoiifjhis of mam a friind. Anil Slim lo sail •■All ' s mil " . Anil as Ihr ipars roll slinrlii on. OI,l SI, l. ' ion. hrar, anil Inn . Your ihihlrin lom, hark, mu hji oik. To pron Ihi r Ion for ijon. v. (;. s. LOWK I ' MB ' - lifly-Hve (955 R H M N : . 4 ELIZABETH BABCOCK 1 1 H «1) Oi-htndii ELIZABETH PEARL BARBER I ' ahttrllo MARGARET BARBER lUlhh, DORIS BARTLETT AHA FninkUn. I ' n. RUTH BARTLETT Wi.si ] ' „h,i i:,,i,h MARY LOUISE BASS II B 1) I ' uhokK KATHERINE BATMAN A A A THELMA BENSON Sdiijord (955 PiiK ' ' flfiy-c ' iglit . - ) HELEN BRIN II H «[) S ( irart rilh , M inn. JUDY BROWN II 1! 1 JUNE BROWN Unnnnll MARY BROWN ri H 1) DrLaiKl OLI IF. MAE BROWN A A A l)i IjihiI VICTORIA BURT A H n ,sl„u. Muss. MARGARET CHAMP A H A Ml. Dora DEWITT DAVIS, Jr. : X Alliinld. (at. (955 Ppgf lifly-ni a: ' ' . DOROTHY DAVIS Z T A I ' iiirJiiirsl. . ( ' . FLORENCE DUREN Z T A Aninr FINDLEY EDGE Mhidiii. Ca FRANCES FAULKNER AHA B via ml DOROTHY FIELD 11 I! ! ' AV. I.,ni,linl„l, DAVID HALL GODBOLD, Jr. Av:a 1 iff Old ANNE GOLLNICK Z T A V ro Unirli RUTH GOSS AAA ill nlinid. Ohio (955 : ' ' . 4 RACHEL. GRIFFIN AHA .Vr(c Smi rna MAY GRISWOLD U ' . Ilitrlfonl. ( ' (Hill. FAYETTE L. HALL Kiislis JOSEPHINE HAMLIN ZT A 7V r(( v.s- LOLA HAMMER II H ' I ' Drl.aiid GEORGINA HART Silll lnr l LAWRENCE S HARTSFIELD II K t ICdshmni. (Id. MARGARET HAWES Z T A MARGUERITE HAYES AAA I), 1.(111(1 INEZ HILL II I! «I ( ' ,„„(, (955 : S P w- DOROTHY HOOKER 1 1 H 1 ' MARY HUDSON ZT A 7V7».sri7 ' RUTH HUDSON A Criislnl h ' ii ' ( r GROVER C. KIRBY, Jr. II K P Wisl I ' ahii lUrrh LANDIS F. KNIGHT A :i: i Vrrn H ' .iwh CHRISTINE KUMMER Wiuin- Par!; VERONICA LESKO DiLanil AUDREY LOCKETT Z T A MARY ELLEN LORD n B ( Orliindn WILBUR LUTTRELL A i: ' |) lirooksvtlh (955 IMK ' - sisl.V-l ' ' . MARGARET MacDONOUGH ■hir! sonrilh LOUISE MAURHOFF AAA Farm I Kin, I ' d. MARY JANE MAYER 1 1 I! ! ' MARY MAXWELL ri B I Sun ford ALICE McLaughlin A A Dull I (I nit ARVEL MILLER La kill, ml MARTHA MYERS AHA Biiifnton ROBERTA NIGELS AHA rnlm Uiirhor FRANCES OGLIVIE n n t Drill ml MADELINE OSBOURNE ,V( ir Sill II ni II (955 ' ' ORLINE PARRISH A A IhLaml RAYMOND PARRISH DALLAS PARTIN Z T A BARBARA PETRY A A A lAtkv Walts STELLA POPE ZT A iMVoorlur DONALD E. POUNDS W ' liilir JIdvoi BETTY RIDER n H I) Orhniilo CHESTER L. SAUNDERS II K I l ' ]iistiiiini. (III. HELEN STEPHENS I ' alall.ii jrANETTE STEPHENS OrlaiKlti (955 IM r .-ixly-fi c EVA SULLIVAN Ilomislfiid JULIA SULLIVAN WUANITA TALBOT II B I) Miami DOROTHY LEE TVER AAA Miami ALENE VERCOE A H A FJdiida Cilij ALFRED R. WARD Jiihnxon, Kansas HELEN WEBB AHA DrLaml J. ALLEN WEBSTER ■S7. Cloud MADGE WILLIAMS JiuksoHvdl, MARIE WINSOR I ' lim i a)iii (955 liK ' ' .-iixly-rivc s. . As. L Coacli ROBERT LOCKETT ■OACH H. H. Mctil ' ILLAN Asst. Coach JAMES NEMEC .Stettjon bids farewfll tc oiil ' of it.-.- niu.sl vahud men at the climiix of tliis .school year. . ' Vt the climax of this school year. Stet. ' ion bids farewell to one of ita most valued men. Coach " Mac " will long be remembered by all students as being Dutstanding in the field of athletics and also outstanding as a builder of men. It is one of Stetson ' s greatest losses and Texas - . and M. ' s greatest gain. We all wish you success, coach, and gr-eat fnotb.ill .and briskelball teams. n. Columbo Offut, MacQiiill.m. Smith. Wolring. Oordon Tii Weaver. Thur.sbv. Kukar. lUlgl Ingram. H.vman. Cannerellh Peck. Calldil. Uridge Marti H:i iOcketl. Slade. . ' -V-henu r. Knitlle . Singleton, Nichols. Boyd, Leuton. Parkinson, riiiUips, ih. ' ' Review of tKe 1934 Football Season Ureator Stetson teams will cdiiie aloiiy but luvcr :i iiioi-c our mU Edition Mii-aj;eous one than 1)1 the opening game with the rniversity of (ieoi ' gia at Athens, an aggressive, alert and experieneed, lUdldog eleven took advantage of a giiea, though serap- ping, bunch of Hatters; took advantage of their nervousness, and eapitalizing on every break, ran up a margin of 48 point.s to the TIattei ' " s none. This defeat showed a potential strength in the Hatter linemen as the last quaitc r left a score- less deadlock, ( ' ai)tain Peck was outstanding. The next S.-it i rda ' shiiwcd a I .■Icnlless. sinashilig, . llll-i ' ay Slalc allack hcihl swa.v for the tilsl half, the ' rcacheis scoring 11) points. The lasl half showed the potential sti-ength, exhil ited in tl.e (Jeorgia game assert itself and take shape in the form of a powerful and dcteptive ott ' ense which time after time was halted in the shadow of the Teacher ' s goal Ly over zalous officials who penalized hopes of three touchdowns. Enough said about this game — the writer saw it and the scoi ' c would have hei ' u reversed — if — . (955 Page seventy The following ' Saturdaj-, Mereor was played at Jaekisonvillc. It was no lack of courage, no want of a fighting heart that caused the JIatter downfall, but merely a day when everything went, wrong at the same time. Statistics of the game show Stetson as the outstanding ground gainer and best in all other de- partments — but the short end of :i fJ-O count still spells " lose " " t(( the Floi ' ida men. A tough one to lose ! Friday, November ■ . found the liiys at .Miami battling to a fi-(j deadlock with the Ilurricans who wei ' c just a nu ' re biveze when the final gun sounded the end. The gang showed the same fine work, but was devoid of any scoring punch. Led by the diminutive spai-k plug, Knittle. and the slashing Slade, the McQuil- lan otfensc worked beautifully uj) and down the field — Itut bogged down in the shadow of the checked lines. A beautiful game in which we out-classed the ei cmy b. - far! The favoi-itcs were surprised. Hack home again the ne. 1 week end, a vastly improved, desperate. Hatter eleven put on one of the finest e. hihitioiis ever witnessed in Dtdjaud in the way of team jilay — blocking, ferocious tackling and hard I ' unning. liert Slade, the fast limning, hard driving, half back of the Halters scoied all i)oints. His form was beautiful to witness while the blocking of Captain Peck, " Woti ' ing, Ganner- illi, Haynesworth. Gordon, and Singleton was beautiful to see. The whole team coordinated i)erfeetly and the deceptive McQuillan .system brought gasps of as- tonishment from the spectators. The Armistice day game with Southern was just a warm u|) game for the Tani])a battle. McQuillan oidy used one formation this game, and the boys scored at will. Phillip, (lonlim, Wotriiiji and .Shemer showed great form and drive. : ' ' . Tliu Tampa ganic on llonu ' cdiniiiii ' was a tlirillini;- epic — a lioiiiccdiiiiiit: ' thning of .5000 — mostly old gi ' ads — saw tln ' most brilliant gamo of tlio stason. Every moml)er of the team was outstanding ' with Ingram. Slade and Captain Pe -k showing the way. A snstaincd 60 yard Tampa drive bronght the first touch- down for the Spartans, but the Hatters were not to be denied as they worked with machine-like precision yard after yard i-.p the field for their first two touchdowns. Irgram, giant tackle proved a continual thorn in the lliggins coached team on the defense and to climax a brilliant da .v. Dick intercejited a lateral pass and gallojied 6 yai ' tls for a score. It was a great day for the old gi ' ads, the team, and coach McQuillan. And so the final game of the season lolhnl ;;ronnd, the swan song of coach McQuillan as Stetson ' s football mentoi . Floi ida won 14-0, but orly after a terrific battle. Florida did not earn a touchdown through straight football. An intercepted Stetson pass plus a forwaid pass l:y Chase to ISi-own were the only .score.; ma le. The boys ai ' c going to get them there gators next year, though 1 FAREWELL Good-bye Seniors Whom shall we have back to replace Captain Joe Peck, the All State Tackle P ert Slade. All State Halfb.ick — good old Sid Singlet(m. one of Stetson ' s great- est wirg men — ■ " Sjiot " Weaver, the ' " Iron ilau " Centci- — Thursby. one of the bcf3t guards since Bill (Jar.tier — and la.st but not least, " Man Mountain " Caudil. that tower of strergth a tackle. Good-bye. boys, and good luck 1 WKAVKi; TiirRsnY G(J1!I)()N SLADK St ' HK.Vl KK (955 PiiRC .■ eviiil.v-lv ' ' ' BASKET BALL TEAM SlaiU. Woliins, Offutt, Gough. CoUinibo. Piakkeii, Bindl ' onl. FionihiUt. Phillips. Kobinson, ami Lawrence. The McQuillan system again reigned supreme in Southern Conference circles as the Hatters, in their major games of the year triumphed over Georgia and Florida. The 19.S4-1935 team compared favorably with those of the past and the potential strength of the team will be realized to its fullest extent next year. Captain Slade is the only senior to graduate, but his loss will be keenly felt. The season ended with thirteen games won and four lost. The schedule and results follow: Daytona 26 Stetson 67 Daytona 1L Stetson 54 Cohen Bros 1 .■) Stet.son 411 Southwestern U. .■ ' ,4 Stetson 21 Louisiana College 29 Stetson 2B Louisiana Tech. :!7 Stetson 25 10 44 Mississippi Teachers 41 Stetson 43 Florida 4(1 Stetson 32 Tampa 35 Stetson 46 Tampa 35 Stetson 4S Florida 25 Stetson 40 Geor,gia 27 Stetson 31 Rollins 15 Stetson 32 Rollins 34 44 Rollins 21 Stetson 44 Miilsaps 4S Stetson 32 Page seventy-three (955 : FresKman Basket Ball T ea rn Tlif 19.S4-1935 " Hal)y Matter " tcaiii enjoyed its most sueeesist ' iil season in tl ' .e history of the school. Thii ' teen " anies were phiyed witiiout a defeat — a per- fect season. Out.standing victories were registered over the Itahy (iators and Orlando, finalists in tlie Florida (iold Medal tonrnanient. U ' an and liranhani weie positively ontstandinf; ' for the season, while Doolen, Sims, iMinehart, Edge, and Carpenter jtiayed excellent l)all. ' I ' eani ])lay anil cooperation spelled success to the greatest Freshman leani ever to rc])resent the school, (ieorge Straus, former hasketl)all lninin:iry, coa ' lied thi?, superli hall eluli. We uee l you next ear, Frosh ! (955 Page sfVfnty-foui- ' ' ' FresKman Football Team i rZiSmF ' „ ' ■ Back row: Coach Uousscaii, Suits. Clielpwrll. Ciffii. Sims, Hackworth. Clontz. Ryan. James, Dickson. Front row: Branham. Stiickland, Doolen, Norwood. Stevenson, Frison. The 1984 c liti m of futiiH ' .uiCMts on future Iliittcr trams nIiow.mI rrcat promises. Much of the success of the vai ' sily team may he attrilitiicd to tlic o|i|iiisition fiii ' iiished by the " liahy Hatters " . As usual, ((iiality was present as to numl)ei ' s of players, and not ipiantitv. Rousseau, freshman eoaeli, is to lie eomniemhtl tor the fine spirit .-uiil leam play exhihileil hy the first year hoy. Nothing less than broken bones or the hr. ;al.oo of seholastie i ' e(|uirenients shall keep .Miiiehart, Ryan, l,,ol)inf; ' er. Uranliani, James, (ilidewell, Krison, Dick- son, Doolen, Stevenson, or Clouts from shoulderino- a few of Ihe now varsity team out of their positions. ( ' oniiiatiilal ions. I ' rosh I (955 I ' agp .sevenly-flve : ' ' . 4 WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION W. A. A. OFFICERS PrrsidrnI Vice-Prcsidrnl - t ecreiary - - Treasnrcr - - - Piihliiil 1 Miiiiiitii r - - - l AiLiNE Wilson - - - - Doris Knaak - - - ; Iatii.da Ostdam - - Kathlekx Sample Maijv DdWNKv Chatham Freshmen Managers Knthrriiif I ' .:i1iii,iii liulh ( ' • Sophomore Managers Ciilc . ;i liir r.,-iil:Ml:i I )avis Recorder of Points KlizMlicth Al;H-tiii (955 xfs ARCHERY Although still young, the Women ' s Athletic Assoeiation is iirogivssing ' rap- idly in fostering the ideals of good s|iiiitsniMnslii|i and in increasing participa- tion in all si)orts. The ]irogi-ani of spoi ' ts includes tennis, ardiery. swimming. basketball, ping-pong, and hand liall. This yeai- the organization took ' a further step toward sucd ' ss hy joining the Athletic Federation of College Women. E -ery woman of the I ' nivcrsity is eligible foi ' menihersliip in the W. A. . . Mhich has as its .slogan. " A Sport U) - l ] ' ei-y (lirl and Kvery (iirl . True Sports- woman ' " . L_ i i ' ' 1l CJf TENNIS NEW TENNIS COURTS (955 l ' : K ' - .s. ' V.nO ' C ■ ' ' . 4 BOXING LYNN HARDY AUBREY SMITH § ] CAPLTON CLYDE iARt4A6E S ' everal of the boys whose pictures are not above are John Palvage. Robert Young, and Joe Fernley. intramural fighters. The Stetson team fought well ih ' oiighout the whole .reason In theii- first meet of the year, ihcy met and defeated the tough Daytona Beach Y.M.C.. . team in groat style. Three of the boys went through the central Florida A. A. II. tournament and won three c ' ntral Florida ehampiim- ships. Fighling in Ihr SiMt. A. A. II. mei-l in SI. . uBU.slin . Lynn Hardv won (he SImI. ' I ' hampionship, but only after a terrific fight in the finals. The boxing team, inaugurat- ed this year, has brilliant out- looks for the fut ire as all the present team will be back next year. Bouts with Tampa, Flor- ida, Miami, and Southern are .scheduled. Ijynn Hardy Heavyweight champion of the state. .Vubrey Smith, Welterweight. Olyde Hiirn.igc. I ightweight. (■ M r 1 I n .1 r..rkl.v. I ' Valhcr- w.iKhl, .l:ic ' k nuikhalt.i-. roach. (955 " T an-Hellenic Council )iL ■ President - Vice President Secretary Treasurer VIRGINIA PEEK PAITLINE WILSON DOROTHY SKILLMAN EDNA ALDERMAN Representatives: Moise Williams. Elizabelli Alexander, Georgia Kirby, Josephine Price. I ' agi ' fighly-oiii ' c : . ■P Alpha Xi Delta rounded at Lombard Col e9eJ895 Omega Chapter Established MaySUSf? Colors: U t and DarK blue and Gold jH flower: Pink " Rose PAUL.INE WILSON- ELIZA ni ' ITH Aij;x A XT ii-,i ;. ooun ' ruY i ' ' nT,i.i:i; i.onisi ' : i;( VAh lOSTl ' JI.I, 1)1 ' KM MAKY ] 0 VSKY I M I ATI : A M AILEKN Wdll ' I ' H MAKJOiui ' ] iiAi:i;i ' ;i,i. VVII.LIM IIIOIO WII.l-l AM lilOSSlI ' ] KAVI ' ! MllilOS MAHTH.V . l.( ' (). IOI..L RUTH OSUOOI) . -p IXIKIS IIAK ' I ' I.IO ' I " ! ' ic ' r(ii;i i:i-|;-| ' ,M i:i ; AKio ' r ciiami ' c ■( ii;. i-:i,i A .xri-KAi-: .MAKTHA. MIKIOS HACHKL CKIKFIX ATI.KIOX A ' lOliCOr ' l srio i,A ' riMi ;i; Hi-u.iON wioni: IIIOIJOX I ' OI.I IXS FKAM ' i:s FArLKXKli illLIlliKI) XICKKL l-at-L ' Liglil. -lhi ' ' . ■f Delta Sigma Phi Founded at ColleRe of New York, December 10, 189fl Alpha Ch; Chapter Established 1898; Founded 1925 Colors: Nile Green and White Flower: White Carnation CHAPTER MEMBERS Prof. Robert Allen Sidney Taylor Frank Ortman Walter Smith George Leonard Wilber Luttrell Allen West Clement Comb.s William filidewell William Kaehler David Lang Raymond Millwee Ravlium .Millwee In Facultate L. H. Tribble In Universitate Actives James Mather James Neniec J. B. Rodgers Rodney Thiirsby Richard Simpson William Toniyn Plodf-vs Carl Norwood F. W. Strickland :. n. M. Sheppard, Jr. Landis Knight (1, S. Mur|)hey Karl Knabh Donald Faulkner ( arl Weeks Paul Wongrey Thomas Teasley Walter Taylor Iteed Knox Harold Dassler Eugene Hackworth Hershel House Burnis Parkerson Richard Fromhart Donald Roberson Hall Gndbolcl ' ' . Sulii.v Tiivl.T Kiarik (trliuiin W ' all.-i- Sniilh ii ' or-Ri ' Ijeonard Allen West J. B. Rodgers Richard Simpson Paul Wongny Robert Allen .lames Mallier .lames Xemi-e Carl Weeks Willjer I.ullrell William Tomyn Landis Knight TUirnis Parkerson Hall fiodbold Harold Das.sler C. R. M. Sheppard. Jr Page eighly-flve . 4 Pi eta V roiinded at Monmouth Col Ie§ei667 Rorida Chapter Established Jan.50. ;9i3 Colors; Wine and Silver blue Flower: Wine Carnation ir.-iiMi HiiiJi l-;ii ..ili.tli nk:i II.I.Mi S|,aulcliiiK M.-ixiii.- M(C-|:nlv 1 1. 111! M.ii ' Cliiistian (iefiiltiirir Siinnicin VirRiiiiH lOiri.sfl Mai-jorii ' Haiiim. ' i riflli- SliivcT Ocornii, Kiihv Ruth Roisch Dorothy Skillnuiii liii-y I omse Foiifd Dorothy Haiiirs Smi-.-l Wilson Pace I ' lKhly-nix 2( jr h M ICIi .al). til lUibcock Duniihy Hooker Klizabcth Drfka lOlizibc-lh Rider Vvnnccs OKlivie- Mnrv Brown Marv Mmxu.-II Helen Riiii lOdna Corbett Mary Ellen Lord Inez Hill .Tn(iv Unnvu Dorolliv Fields Marv Louise Hass Wunnitn. Talbot Marv Jane .Mayi r nn ' Holden Mi ■ . 4 SIGMA NU ' {fi. A ■--r ' wmmm f W tt M ■ ' p ■ HwA -- ' ■VS ■■■V - Kk H i . rmL ' wmaak ' ' Ze x " l t M . M -2 ' -T - ' ' ' ' wHwm p piBltoj " H yit ■ ' , jt.riT ' - , 1 1 1 1 iw m . _z -■ ' . ' - hwfe mB M ' J- - ' - " ' -. ' ' " -■ tsmimM Foundi d at Virgil ia Military Institute. ,J imia ■y 1. isg;» Delta M 11 Chapter lOstablished 1113 olors: Black. White and ( old Flower: Whit CHAPTER MEMBERS In Fiiciiltatf Loiii.s Marvin In Uiiivi ' i ' sitati ' Harry (laylord Philip Dold James Parrish William Solomon Roy Hamlin Paul MeKiiiiiev C ;cil Cowart Roy Raidlc Rieharil K. ' iulkner .John Atwater Richard Sims William 1 liven Carl Howard Raymond Parrish William Kramer CAyatl Broward Ln L . Brown Donald Pounds Kenneth Freeman Carlton Beokley Donald Phillips Richard Ingram Wilbur Mead Hughes Wilson lyeslie Johns.m Robert Thomas Sidney Singleton Jeorgo Linney ThlirmoiKl Knight Jack Mars ' h [..niiris Nichols .loe I. ' ernley Vassal Carlton Jack Phillips Harold Dona Joe Rousseau (955 Page eighty.eigh ' ' ' " J ' a- T - , n- Ci (if. Jack Phillips Clyatt Broward Thernuin Kniglit Cecil Cowart LiU Brown Leslie Johnson Richard Ingram Joe Rousseau Kenneth Freeman William Solomon Donald Pounds IJ.witt Davis James Parrish Richard Faulkner Carl Howell H. R. Bishop Page eighly-nine IS- Delta Delta Delta ! founded at Do5ton Un ver5ity idas Alpha Delta founded May n. BD i Colors; Silver, Gold. and Dlue Flower; Pansy i • " loioncL- Brownie Virginia Peek Doris Knaak KiiF;inrn ' Penny Josephine Priee Madeline Hiile Louise F{ickson lOvelvn Bcni-li Virt ' ini.-i SkMKKs Wikiu Larson Alien M( ' Lauglilin Mary Lou Lo an l. ' iilh llud.siiii Fi-ances Lee Diiiolhv LiPf Tyre OIlio Mat- Blown Helen Doss Or Hill I ' Mi-risli Calii Xavloi- K.-illu-i-inc Hatmaii Itulli (Inst; I,niiis,. MaiirlK.rr I.ufV O ' Dcll ( ' urtis Horn liailiara Potruy PaK( ninoty-ono ' ' ' PI KAPPA PHI Co nrs: (!old .ind Wliil. Willi.-iiii Jiiiiiirins li. l;. H.ill Hcuvmd Hateson Nral Kaiicloth Nfcd Holland Di-nnis Oarroll Ma!i-olm Day Sain Barber David Braccy Winston Bridges Tom Cobb firady Crawford CHAPTER MEMBERS In Facultate William K. Diickwitz In Universitate Actives Boyce Rzell. Jr. Ltoii Sandlin ( ' li.-slci ' Saunders HiKon Sliiiimaker Ki-anlc Sloudenmiro Aniory Underhill William Wilson Uobert Young Pledges Fred Fitzgerald .lack Havnesworth Dawrenoo Ilarlsnold MarU 10 .. 11 Burlori haa. ' y Qiiincy Master Perry Nichols Joe Peek Pierre Poole Jennings Mint on IJoyd Pawley Ora Sage Floyd Mahan C. ' iiy Merry (955 c : ' ' . 4 i 4: ■ ' " «» « William Jennings U. B. Hall Howard Batcson Nral Faii-cloUi PiiTi-i.! PooK- Jenningh Minti.n MalcDhn Day :rovi ' r Kirbv I„iWMnrf HailKfii-lil Dennis Cailell Joo Peck Hillon Shoemaker Xed Holland UiiUK-y Maslers t ' liesler Saunders Amory tTnderhill Mai ' vin (larrison Bovee lOzell. Jr. Dr. VV. V. Dliekwil : . ZetaTau Alpha founded at Virgima Stale kxm October 15. 1898 ? -♦ beta Psi Chapter Established || ' October 12.1934 i Colors . TorQuoise Blue and 5tc« 6tay k flower: White Vio et k. h V k M Msi- Willi.-] ins i:il.r TiHii. ' ' I ' aiil Mcl ' Virlund I ' Mii. ' i Al l ' riiKii. I;illili:i (l.-hi ii Miln:in-I OKli lii-i I ililKil ' -l -I " !!!!, lOvrlyii liurllM ! ' ;ii .al)illi I ' .i k.s -iiic,l. " , W hv. ' ini .Mir, I,.,- Su.-iiri li ' is l :iiii ' l IMt;.- liill. ' ly-ro : ' . 4 J if- V 1 ,)..-■ I.liin,- M:nnli Hulh CM.Ilks Anil. Cdllnick Mjiv Hudson Sl.ll;., I ' ..]... 0:11, ,i,-, r.urn.UKlii M;l nilii- . lcisrli-v Aviirvrr ColliiT I or.il)iv Diivis Dallas I ' arlili ■• ' liiniu-c Diwon Lillian ' l ' ui-n |in-.sl Annr Koss Maigaret Haw.-s Audrey Ixifkclt I ' aKr iiirwty-rr - : : ' . THETA ALPHA PHI CHAPTER MEMBERS In Facultate Dr. 1. C. Slovrr ]Ji:iii L.wiM ' ]-ribbli Dr. rharl.-.s Farriss .Mi.s.s WilUf Drr Williai In Universitate ' I ' rof. D. Piof. L _Ji Faiilltn. 1- .ii.s Marvin Amory UiifliThill Colquitt I ' ard..- Loin WriKlit Howard Halttioii Virginia Kinsrl lluvci: Ezell .lo.se-i.Piiru ' Price I.oui.s,; Hoyall i:.-il - stover Wall.s rirai-.-y Fralili Tom Sidnt Maico Wallc Ortman Ilarton ' ■iaylor Im Day r Smith PLAYS PRESENTED L,„hl V i)i l( 11)11 r ' s l ' ni Tile W dd 1)11 rk Tin .lad c (lod () Till s Is L OH don Smilin ' Thrmiijh The lu liiru (. f Petri- a ' • )»( Id JfoHddij LiiV( ' a Lohor L .osl : ' ' . ■P PI KAPPA SIGMA . . FOUNDED AT MICHIGAN TEACHERS COLLEGE 1894 ' J -i THETA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1929 ;, COLOR5; TURQUOISE AMD GOLD FLOWER; FORGET-ME-NOT ., 5 « J . ' tm d m rn Cliuidi:!, Osburiu- Wilda Lursoii Violet lA-lkiT rMrB:rir(.t Mnxli.Ui .l.,s,.|.liirir I ' ri. r ViiBiiiia Pt-ek Jc.nncdi ' Stevens Kvelyn rStirhans Franres Oglivie Ruth (Joss Rlter Turner Ruth nmoks Floanna RunouRli: Dorothy Fuller Susaniie Penny I ' .Mt ' r niii. ' ly-srv : Sf . Torch and Scioll OlKH Tiosv.ri Willi.- l) -c Willi.-i .Vl. ' ll ' ioj ' i. ' Il. ' lllll .Inhll jlliss lOli .nliilli Alix:i SiiiM.y ■I ' iiyl.i ll.llll ( SH.M.,1 I. II r.niwii Mciw. ' ird liMh ' Sdi I ' .iK ' ' nillrly-ciKlH ' . 4 PI GAMMA MU HONORARY SOCIAL SCIENCE FRATERNITY FOUNDED AT SOUTH EASTERN COT.LEGE 1924 FLORIDA GAMMA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED i;tl9 Colors: Blue and Whitf CHAPTER MEMBERS Dr. Eola K. Eastburn Evelyn F. Beach Wilcla Larson Lucy Ann Neblett Etter Turner Harriet Kennedj Beatrice Priester Howard Bateson Ernest Rano Dr. C. A. Fislier Mr. Wood ruff Dr. J. W. Futcli Dr. W. N. Baer Robert Kenneth Dulling Frances C. Thoruton Dean C. P. Carson Dr. (iarwood I ' r Min.l. -n (955 ' ' ■p Dennis Carroll Pauline Wilson .Mi.i.-i ill Wayl; AUeen Worth W ' liller Weaver, ,Ir. 1 I, II. c ' , clarwood Wlldii Larson llulh Uoisoh I ' n.f. M. S. Winters PauliMi. .M.Karhiml Veiciniea Davis Jns. ' pll in. ' Priee ' ' ' w m ilk iW Baptist Student Union Council := «r„; ? 1 Wl " • Jani.s r.iMisli H. ' atrii-,- I ' ri. ' Kli r i-. H. ( ' . r.arwi) Allen West lOtler Tui-niT Wibb Brooks Ills Danifl Mar art ' t Harper Joe Folds lOdna Alderman Malcolm I av .Sarp. Wilson Jack Burkhalter Paulino Prevatt Page one hinuiie,] aTid one - ; . . m e Mystic Crev? Ernest Rano Jack Phillips William Jennings Marvin Garrison George Straus Amory Underhill James Mather MEMBERS William Tomyn Tom Barton Carl Howell Joe Burkhalter James Parrish Charles Reaves John Duss Marry Gaylord John Hyman Colquitt Pardee Joe Lea Bovce Ezell, Jr. R. B. Hall Walter Weaver 4 ? ICIUt Tvm-iut X ' irginia I i ' ck Miiiiha McConiic Josiphinc Price M:uJoric H:incll Hilfn Horn Page one hiindrni and llni : 5f . Kditdi- Aclivily lOditor Faculty Advi.sdr All Kdilor Class Kdiloi I ' icliue lOdiloi edna am)i :uman mar(;arp:t .iohnson prof. ii. c. wintkks estiom.k duki ' : SAIfA WILSON IIOWAKl) llA ' l-KSON I ' aKc iini ' hiiMdic ' d luid finir ? r?? " y M Liu.siness Mana ei AdvertisinK ManaKer ■ - - . Snap Shot Editor Advertising Manager Boys ' Athletic Editor - Girls ' Athletic Editor «!fS-J C. R. i I. SIIEFPARO. .Ti. SUSANNE PENNY CECIL COWART ALICE LEE SWAIN GEORGE STRAUS PAULINE WILSON PagL ' onu liuiidnd and five ' ' ' lOiK-r TuiniT 1 I I. 11 Mai- ChriKli.ui I ' .iiilini- McK:ulaiKl Doris Kiiiiak M:irt, ' aTr-( MMXlH ' ld Vir-Kinin Kiliscl Sani Wilson Ci ' oi-Ki.i Kirhy I ' aiiliii. ' Wilson liulli Uoisch W ' ilda I-arKon i; lna Corbott Josephine Price Marjorie Harrcll ViiKinla Pei ' k Mailha McConncIl ll. ' lrn Morn igi- one liundr-Ld and six a Oxford fellowship " M t . i £k uA .Inmi-s I ' .iriisli Dr. H. C. C.nw. Joi ' iMilds Kavrll,- Hall Wrbl) IIicioUs iiRi ' one Iniiuinil and si-viii c ' liiiiriBS Mintr l ' ' in,ll.y ]■: ig,. ' IMi.oiloiv .li.no: .lack liiiikhall.- Allrii W.sl Malc.iliii Day : ' ' . VU Beta National honorary tiu5ical fralernity Ai IL lOlizMljilli Alc-xaiidir LiK ' y Ann Ncblett ViTonioa Davis Iris DMnicI Diili.Uiy M.iyir Mnrle llci-.sliiy I ' aulinf Pii ' V.-ill Ma MMfvin Vir-Kiriia SI nKgf luuli Miiriiliv Sara SlalT Itiibcrla Niguls MaisaiL-l MucDoiiougli Page (iiic Iiiindrrd and cighl xf? Engineering Society CHAPTER MEMBERS Prof. C. M. Lowiy Dr. R. L. Allen Dr. C. B. Vance Hilton Shoemaker C. M. Ryerson H. J. Fisher J. L. Caipenter Reed Knox In Facultate In Universitate .lanie. ' Mather Rene Ledbetter Harrison Oaks H. 15. Stallinss Walter Ta.xlor Dr. .1. F. I ' onn Prof. Donald Faulkner Nick J. Marsch Jack Hushes John Turner (■eorge Linney ' I ' oni Lawrence luliKlntl :ni(l (955 . 4 GLEE CLUB DIRECTOR Prol ' . ThoniMs Iteminutoii PRESIDENT Mai ' saret Johnson FIRST SOPRANOS lO.cMnoi- Davis M.-irgaret Johnson (Jhse Erikson Ararion Wood Suzanno Sawyer Cynthia Watprman Ruth Crooks Eva Sullivan Dorothy Mayer Alice DeCoursey BARITONES Mis. R. [. Allen Dorothy Haines Rhoda, Neel Helene Colding Tom Tf-asley All. n Wrst Wilbvn- Luttroll William Sample BASSOS J..hn DighloTi . L J. Kouterse ' Irov.i ' Kiiliv . c..iii:in II.MM.II Jennings Minton Hubert C. Smith SIOCOND SOPRANOS C.-orK.. Urown J..hn Duss Kslelk- Duk. ' Alma Carlton Margaret Champ Waunita Talbot Alice McLaughlin Uulh Murphy ALTOS IJ.M-ni.-,. Kl.-,nir,g l ' ;Miily Whiil.-r ' irKilii;i SkaKKs .|.,s.|,llin.- H.Mii M.-i.lK ' - illi;inis Louis.. Mauili. fr |{uth Hartlett Marvadene Hoyte TKNORS Mailln M.-Ciiriil -||.MiicM L.-sk.. .1. l;, l:..g.-rs I ' -ayiMi Hall DewitI Davis L.i ' oy Walcrinan I ' iiikslor, Wali rrna 1 , ' ..icl..ii K..V.-S ACCOMPANISTS - l ' ;riiily WlicrliT John Duss Kulli Muiiiliy I dt. ' cl .Mflll I. : . MAD HATTERS FLOVI) MAIIAX ' " " " ■ ' ' A. IS. K( I;ERTS()X. Jr. - - nnimnur KICIIARI) FArLKN ' KI{ - - - - Corn, I ami lo.v li ' idir 1)()XAI I) PorXDS - - C,nul UICIIAKI) SIMS Sa.rophnn, LAWREXCE IIAKTSFIKIJ) - - - S;.r ii lio:u OUY MEKKY ----- Samiihom (955 llilli.lf.l mimI .1. : ' ' ( FROM THE EDITOR 111 lakiiifi- llu- i ' c,s|Minsiliility to select tie, ' " WHO ' S WHO of S ' rM ' rS( )X " tlliN yciil ' , llie ;iiiliil.-il stiifV s|ioiisore(l ;i new v;iy in which the stiiilciits were to lie chosen foi ' campus honors. Xanies of eaiidiilates ci- ' suliiiiitteil Iiy each social fraternity and non fraternity i;i-ou|i. ami were left with a faculty committee foi linal decision and a|ip|-o ' ,il li. - the stall ' . Stetson ' s three most liMiitifid jiirls were selecteil IVom pictures sent to I ' ' anchol Tone, and were jndjicd l.y .Mr. Tone himself. So it is with the ai)pe:ii ' ance of this, the 1!):!.-) HATTER, that the :;tatf is pleased to sh.ire with . -ou the announcement of tlu ' following outstand- ing ' students. May they maintain leadershij) throiighout life. . . (955 liiirai " ! rind lire : . ' P IMKf ullr liliniiivil .ilul sixlccli " 4 i Un . .»■ «riii» iJ ' LOUISE HICKSON IRIS DANIEL VICTORIA BURT Page oni- luindri ' d .nid .sfVi-nK ' fii " ' ..5 reJr ; -« « 1 ' MnsI l ' „p„l,ir dirl VIRGINIA PERK MosI I ' opiihn- lloii HARRY GAYLORD (955 „il.,| .MHl .iKhl. s ' « " • 14 Most Infellrrhui] Oirl LOUISE ROYALL Moxf hlfflhcflKll Hoi HOWARD BATESON (955 Pngf one huiidrt-d ,- . .1 o.s- Alhhlir iirl MARY LOUISE FOARD .1 7 Mlililic Jioij BERT SLADE (955 l iK.. ..fM ' liuiiilrid .■Hid l v.nl Hi si All-h;,ini,l Cirl ETTER TURNER Hi si All i;,,un(l Hun WALTER WEAVER (955 hi.ndr.d mix) ' ' . ■p Mllfl IJiK ( II PAULINE WILSON Hi si L„ ih,H,i l!u,f ROBERT SUITS (955 idr-.cl ami lwi-ri(y-lv ' ' Cihl Ifushss Cilfl Miniar II tiiiii ciiiinuf II DiiK ( 1)111 nii SARA WILSON AMORY UNDERHILL (955 ndiM ' ci atui Iw.Tity-lhr ' C s. . ■p Page one luimlnd .■iiiii l vciily-f " " ' p ' , " I : iBS %L ram; oiu Immiixd :unl UVLiily-livc .• ' V ATr wWm ■- ( (955 l,,rKl,,,l .irul (w.i.ly-.s ' ' (955 :,B,. ,„„■ hu.Kli..! .nul lu.„t : . I ' .mr nlir lllllMllril ;,ncl I wril I y - .MKh I ' ' ' 1 ' :.L; ' I ' ll. hiliMli.il . ' inil (955 JOKES (lium soltly to tune ot " Tiaiup, Tranip, ' I ' r.tiiip " ) Tiami), Tianip, Tiaiuii, the gir ' s are iiiarchiiig, Into chapel, one by one They ' re so slow they block the dooi , As they stop to talk galoie: Says Miss Bowen, " Don ' t be like that anymore. " t ' arl Weeks: " What have you been doing all summer ' ? " Richard Simpson: " I had a position in my father ' s office. And you? " Carl: " I wasn ' t working either. " Dr. Cordis rapping on desk for order. Joe Folds: " Come in! " Dennis Carrol: " I sleep with my dog every night. " Jo: " But that ' s unhealthful. " Dennis: " I know, but he is used to it. Katherine Batman: " Late hours are not good lor one " Joe Folds: " No, but they ' re fine for two " . Prof. Winters (to American history class): " Now, class, I think we have time for one more battle before the bell rings. " Did you hear about the Scotchman who woie his old clothes because he was goinf on a blind date? The students who are continually late lor 8:00 classes should eat yeast cakes and rise sooner. Prof. Conn (making an assignment to chemistry class): " On Wednesday we will take sulphur. " Orator: " Take away women and what lollows? " K. B. Hall: " Mel " Ralph Odum: " My Scolcii uncle sent nie a picture this morning. Paul James: " What decs it look like? " Ralph: " I (lon ' t kM,iw vel ; I hu . ' n ' l had il dcvi ' lopcd, " (955 r.-iK.- on.- liinidnd .•inil lliirly ■ ,,,.,,,,.,.,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,.., ,.,.....,.. ...,.,,,1 1 THE CITY OF DELAND (S js The Hatter St iff and the Students of Stetson University Appreciate the Coopera tion ol the City of DeLand through the following: ARTHUR C. HATCH Mayor ■ F. N. DeHuy Carl N. Miller S. B. Wilson W. O. Lahrman Commissioners [ GRANT BLY City Manager OUR MERCHANTS have contributed most generously this and in past years and make possible many student activities They have the good will and support of every Stetsor student. ( ® TheH tter Staff will always remember the assistance given by these bodies in making this publication a success. ! C. R. M. SHEPPARD, Jr. ; Hatter Business Manager. No. 220 North Blvd. !■ R 1 E R S O N ' S Tlrestotte ONE-STOP SERVICE Compliments of i otHt ' nff Company OF DeLAND Eddie Nelson: " I ' ve been stiWK by a wa. ' ip. " Louise : " Quickl Put some ammonia on il. " Eddie: " I can ' t! It ' s .?one. " Phone 23 That ' s Me Dr. Farris: " Mr. Laney, that ' s the third time I ' ve seen you look at .Mildred ' s paper. ' Burton: " Yes, sir, she doesn ' t write very plain. " .lininiie Mather: " H ' .s iirepo.steroiis, old num. I ' m an expe ' t diivei. What I know ibout driving would fill a book. " Constable: " And what you don ' t know would lill a hospital. Give us your name and address now. " Mother: " What ' s the matter, dear? " Dallas Partin: " The boy I ' rit nd and I hiivc pailed loievcr. " Mother: " Well, in that ease I don ' t suppose hell be around lor a lew days. " Bright, brisk hats to crown keen, young faces . . . styled to give you an air of casual confidence . . . designed with custom care and crafts- manship ... in attractive colors and contours . . . new styles by Stetson. Available at the better stores, in more than seven thousand towns throughout the world. JOHN B. STETSON COMPANY Philadelphia Tin M,nl. ■ lln W.nhfx MnsI Fainnii, Hal ,,,,,.,,,, , 1 BARNETT NATIONAL BANK " eX Florida Landmark ' ' Best Wishes and Lots of Success to CLASS OF 1935 INSURANCE HON -AGENCY, Inc. 220 N. Boulevard Phone 455 The DeLAND SUN NEWS 33 Years The Headquarters of Quality) Printing and Engra )ing Your Printing is your representative. It reflects your person- ality, character and judgment. — Therefore, you should select your printer as carefully as you would your physician or your lawyer Our Plant appreciates the confidence our clients impose in us. Each and every job — from a calling card to an annual — is given the same careful attention, it will be to your advantage to con- sult us regarding your next order for printing or engraving — Engraved June Weddings our specialty. Carl W. Hill 101 Ashley Street Tampa, Florida Del.and Florida DREKA ' S Volusia County ' s Oldest and Largest Store Stetson - Students - Facult}) - Alumni We Welcome You A Complete Stock of l ependnble Merclumdise at Popular Prices G. A. DREKA and CO. DsLand, Florida Watts Hardware Furniture Company STUDENTS SUPPLIES Note Books Stationery Fountain Pens 43 YEARS IN 1)E LAND PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS REPAIRS - RENTALS WIhi, Your Dollar (! ,is Fiirliin " Yiiur . r AIk ' hi s WdcfJinc .1 ALLEN-WHITE CO. DELAND, FLA. OKe CITY OF DE LAND Offers Congratulations TO THE Graduating Class of Stetson UniA ersity 193 5 JZ De Land Chamber of Commerce Compliments of OKe SPARKS THEATERS IKf DE LAND V. M. Fountain Co. ' MENS WEAR SHOES Compliments of 32 Years of Service in DeLand McCror3) ' s 5 1 ! Cent Store 1 Headquarters for V. M. Fountain Daily Necessities J. C. Hurt Olin Martin J. F. Tatum V. M. Fountain, Jr. K. .......... . .« .... .». ». me Tampa Daily Times Tampa ' s Only Afternoon Newspa per and MOST EFFECTIVE ADVERTISING MEDIUM % Owner and Operator of WDAE 7 tmpa ' s Only Radio Slalion j F. N. DeHuy Son 1 HUNGRY? j LET " POP " PRESCRIBE Jewelers and Silversmiths [ Smce 1873 1 LOGCABIN- { BARBECUE We Compliment j ' ' ' " ' • ' ' " " ' " " " ' ' " " ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' The Hatter Staff and ! rs. Nick ' s is the Place The Graduating Class ) j Cozy Dining Room F. H. HAMMER. Agt. j Standard Oil Co. j Mrs. Geo. Nicholson, Hostess GREETINGS From Your Official Photographer L. B. TRUESDELL r J. F. ALLEN FURNITURE COMPANY HOME OF DEPENDABLE GOODS SINCE 1882 5 3 YEARS IN BUSINESS AND STILL GOING STRONG FUNERAL DIRECTORS REAL AMBULANCE SERVICE OKe FRANCES SHOP niie Courtnouse Pnarmac)) INC. Dresses - Coats Hats - Hose " The Store of Personal Service " Lingerie Near the Court House Style Center Headquarters for STETSON Students of We deliver from S ; ,mi. to 1(1 p. in. Phone 5 C. M. GEIGER, Prop. BRANDON ELECTRIC CO. ' ' F, !•( ri lliiti; I ' jii (I n III Our Service and Sales Departments are at Your Service Norge Refrigerators — Electric Washers — R.C.A. Radios 202 N. Boulevard Phone 5 36 HOTEL COLLEGE ARMS DE LAND, FLORIDA A Winter Hnmc for Discriminating Fcnple Beautiful Location Elevator, Steam Heat Unexcelled Golf Course While Service Throughoul END


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