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. - 1 1 c " V. v. c f V V f. v W U ' — ' ' ' J v . This book must not be taken from the Library building. -i ' -n v f H the 1939 hatter published by the students of John b. stetson university deland, florida copyright 1939 lydia a. theurer, editor-in-chief arthur richard baldwin, business manager foreword ••• Recognizing fifty years of development as John B. Stetson University, the staff of the 1939 Hatter has designed this book as a tribute to their alma mater. Beginning its history as DeLand Academy in 1883, the school was enlarged two years later to include a college. In 1889, at the suggestion of the founder, Mr. Henry A. DeLand, the institution was chartered as John B. Stetson University in recognition of Mr. Stetson ' s gifts. Fifty years have elapsed since Stetson ' s in- ception. Now it is our aim to show the Stetson of today — a university contem- poraneous and compatible with modern achievement as reflected in this year ' s world exposition. ' V. contents--- Book I University Administration Book II College of Law Book III College of Liberal Arts Book IV School of Music Book V Features Sweethearts Snapshots Book VI Athletics Book VII Organizations Fraternities Advertisements J 1 J ' %h n- j j •z IN RECOGNITION OF THEIR iTJHlf -BOOK IS PROUDLY AND HENRY ADDISON DELAND AND FOUNDERS OF J N B A £J ' " INESTIMABLE CONTRIBUTIONS S-J+Z9 ' RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED TO JOHN BATTERSONisJ " ETSON, STETSON UNIVERSITY x. y " N remembering . . . Charles Sherwood Farriss, D.D., LL.D. Harry D. Fluhart Herbert Griffith Loase, ' 42 Myra Wilson Machen, ' 39 H. B. Stevens BOOK I university administration mm nfu ; v. WaE j J !?J ' ■ HI SmoSSsE iHI-5 ■ «a aiai III ■ Ml ■■■■ M •■ • •■■■ « I I ' i I I i «v- ' S Tpr? :- H ■ Hoi rr9E ■ mm - MM ., ' inp e5 L i 11 -to. ■ ' «J... J.. • WJ» " » " " " " i ' ii i i n •mi l f n i . ' r l y ipi ji itj ) j administration HON EDWARDS BOLTON BRITTAIN WEST ALLEN BAILEY HOBSON EDMUNDS BAGGETT JENNINGS CARLTON board of trustees John B. Stetson, Jr., D.C.L, President Philadelphia, Pa. E. L. Hon, Vice-President DeLand, Fla. Frank R. Osborne, Secretary DeLand, Fla. William S. Allen, Ph.D., Treas. DeLand, Fla. Edward L. Mickle, Asst. Sec. DeLand, Fla. B. B. Baggett Daytona Beach, Fla. Rev. C. M. Brittain, D.D. Jacksonville, Fla. Mrs. Alfred I. duPont Jacksonville, Fla. Rev. W. A. Hobson, D.D. St. Petersburg, Fla. Elkanah B. Hulley, D.Eng. Pittsburgh, Pa. G. Henry Stetson San Fernando, Cal. Hugh West, M.D. DeLand, Fla. F. N. K. Bailey Sebring, Fla. Theodore C. Brooks DeLand, Fla. J. Ollie Edmunds Jacksonville, Fla. Robert Shailor Holmes, Litt.D. Daytona Beach, Fla. S. Bryan Jennings Jacksonville, Fla. John B. Stetson, III Philadelphia, Pa. Rev. J. L. White, D.D. Miami, Fla. Rev. C. H. Bolton, D.D. West Palm Beach, Fla. Doyle E. Carlton, LL.D. Tampa, Fla. John L. Edwards Ocala, Fla. S. V. Hough Tallahassee, Fla. O. K. Reeves Tampa, Fla. H. B. Stevens DeLand, Fla. S. A. Wood Ednor, Md. deceased WILLIAM SIMS ALLEN, A.M., Ph.D., LL.D. President of the University the president ' s message Stetson continues to go forward. The session 1938-39 has been outstanding in a number of ways. Scholarship has exceeded previous years. The enrollment is the highest in the Institution ' s history. Students have shown unusually deep interest in the Forum lectures, in debate, in literary activities, in student gov- ernment, in the finest music, in dramatics, in religious services. The great scholarly Faculty has given its best to make the Uni- versity finer. Thus the year has been one of marked success. The ideals of Stetson, from its founding, have been scholarship, culture, Christian character. The ideals are the same today. As the University continues to grow it must ever be so. Stetson will thus ever be distinctive in its contribution to civilization. Sincerely, William Sims Allen, President officers of administration G. PRENTICE CARSON, A.M., LL.D. Dean Emeritus CHARLES G. SMITH, A.M ., Ph D Dean of the University LOLA B. McCULLOUGH, A.M. Dean of Women OLGA BOWEN, A.M. Registrar CLIFFORD B. ROSA Bursar A ROBERT WATSON SEVERANCE, A.M., B.S. Librarian PLAUTUS IBERUS LIPSEY, JR., A.B. Director of Publicity CURTIS CHARLTON HORN, A.B. Assistant to the President MARY AXTELL, A.M. Assistant Director of Publicity HELEN LOUISE BATSON, B.S. Dietitian ETTER McTEER TURNER, A.M. Assistant Dean of Women LUDIE HARVEY JOHNSON Director of Dormitories + + % EDGELLE HENRY, A.B., R.N. Nurse CHARLES R. M. SHEPPARD, JR. Manager of the University Press and Purchasing Agent A student officers university STUDENT BODY WILTON ROWE President WILLARD M.ANDERSON. Vice-President JOSEPHINE OSBORNE Secretary ROBERTA MORRIS Treasurer SENIOR CLASS DONALD FRISON President PRUDENCE ROSS Vice-President ROBERTA MORRIS Secretary JEAN GOWER Treasurer JUNIOR CLASS RICHARD BALDWIN President FRANCES HAMMOND. . .Vice-President HELEN BASS Secretary EMMALINE HANDLEY Treasurer SOPHOMORE CLASS GEORGE HASKINS President CORRIE LOU MIRES . . . .Vice-President DORIS HILL Secretary CHARLOTTE WERWAGE . . . .Treasurer FRESHMAN CLASS JOE McNEFF President NANCY ROSSETTER . . . .Vice- President CECILIA TRULUCK Secretary MARGARET MARTIN Treasurer ' % jw m ' " ' ' , m wM R , if IT 1 ? ■BK ■ 13 B£? « r- z m ■H H ill ■ PAUL EVERETT RAYMOND, L.L.M., S.J.D. Dean of the College of Law and Professor of Law the stetson college of law was established with a two-year course of study in 1900, and increased in 1923 to a three-year course. It is now a member of the Association of Amer- ican Law Schools and is fully accredited by the American Bar Association. Several new features have been added to the work of the College of Law this past year; the Legal Aid Clinic and the Law Club competitions being of especial value. The student body of the College of Law has organized itself into the Stetson Student Bar Association for the primary purpose of self-government. Their outstanding achievement of the year has been the adoption of the " honor " system. Graduates of the Stetson College of Law are to be found among the out- standing men of the state and the nation. Some of the distinguished positions they hold and have held include: Circuit Court Judge, U. S. District Court Judge, County Judge, Governor, Foreign Minister, U. S. Congressman, Florida Supreme Court Judge, and District Attorney. faculty . . college of law LEWIS HERDNON TRIBBLE, LL.M. Professor of Law CLAUDE HILDING BROWN.J.S.D. Professor of Law LEONARD J. CURTIS, J.D. Visiting Professor of Law JAMES JEFFERSON LENOIR, Ph.D., LL.M. Associate Professor of Law JAMES ROBERT WILSON, Jur.Sc.D. Associate Professor of Law OVEDA CHEATHAM Secretary to the Dean, Librarian student officers, college of law Stetson Student Bar Association TOM COBB President ELWYN MIDDLETON. . . .Vice-President JOHN CHERRY Secretary RICHARD SAULS Treasurer SENIOR CLASS GRADY CRAWFORD President JAMES McELROY Vice-President (not photographed) RODNEY DURRANCE Secretary PAUL McENTIRE Treasurer JUNIOR CLASS JOHN CHERRY President HAROLD BOIRE Vice-President EDWIN STRICKLAND Secretary HARRY NEWETT Treasurer SOPHOMORE CLASS EDWIN MASON President CARL TEAGUE Vice-President LOIS THACKER Secretary JAMES STONE Treasurer V seniors the hatter 1939 senior law DURRANCE, RODNEY LEON Lake Alfred, Florida LL.B. Varsity Football ' 36; Secretary Senior Law Class ' 39; S Club ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; Vice-President Stetson Young Demo- crats Club ' 39. COBB, THOMAS T. Daytona Beach, Florida LL.B. Treasurer Sigma Nu Phi ' 37, Vice Chancellor ' 37, Chancellor ' 38; Cap- toin Mystic Krewe ' 38; Choirman Homecoming Committee ' 38; Clerk Moot Court ' 38; President Student Bar Association ' 38; Redfeam Prize ' 38; Honor Roll ' 36, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Deon ' s List ' 38, ' 39; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. CRAWFORD, GRADY L. DeLand, Florida Phi Alpha Delta ' 37, ' 38, Secretary ' 39; Sheriff Moot Court ' 38; Stetson Reporter ' 37, ' 38; Treasurer Junior Class ' 38; President Senior Class ' 39; Law School Day Attorney ' 39; Presi- dent S.P.D.R.M. ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Stetson Legislative Board ' 38. ANDERSON, ROBERT L. Park Ridge, Illinois LL.B. Tronsfer Knox College ' 35; Varsity Football ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; Varsity Bas- ketball ' 37, ' 38; Varsity Golf ' 36, ' 37, Coptain ' 38; Vice-President Sopho- more Law Class ' 37; S Club ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; Phi Alpha Delta ' 37, ' 38. t MIDDLETON, ELWYN L. Pomona, Florida LL.B. Freshman Football ' 33, ' 34; President Junior Law Class ' 37, ' 38; Justice Phi Alpha Delta ' 38, ' 39; Vice-President Student Bar Association ' 38, ' 39. FRAZIER, ROBERT W. Orlando, Florida LL.B. FITZGERALD, FRED Daytona Beach, Florida LL.B. Pi Kappa Phi Treasurer Junior Law Class ' 37, ' 38; Secretary Pi Koppa Phi ' 39. Delta Sigma Phi ent Delta Sigma Phi ' 38; Inter- nity Council ' 36, ' 37; President Delegate to National Conven- ' 37; Theta Alpha Phi ' 36, His- ' 37, President ' 38, Treasurer Gamma Mu ' 36, ' 37, Presi- 38; Sigma Nu Phi ' 37, ' 38; Mystic Krewe ' 38, ' 39. stetson the school of tomorrow the hatter 1939 senior law SLAUGHTER, WILLIAM R. Paola, Florida LL.B. Treasurer Phi Alpha Delta ' 38; Fresh- man Football ' 34, Varsity ' 35, ' 37. R03GERS, J. B., JR. Bowling Green, Florida LL.B. Delta Sigma Phi Phi Alpha Delta ' 37, ' 38; B.S.U Council ' 35, ' 39; Glee Club ' 34, ' 35 ' 38, ' 39; Cheer Leader ' 34, ' 35; Sec- retary Delta Sigma Phi ' 36. RAIDLE, ROYAL FREEMONT Lake Worth, Florida LL.B. Sigma Nu Band ' 34, ' 35; Marshall Sigma Nu ' 37, Lieutenant Commander ' 38; In- ter-Fraternity Council ' 37; S Club ' 37, ' 38; Phi Alpha Delta ' 37, Law Tean ' 38. ' 36, ' 37, SENIORS NOT PHOTOGRAPHED JAMES M. McELROY Orlando, Florida LL.B. PONCE DE LEON SANDLIN Jasper, Florida LL.B. ZACHARY, WILLIAM P. Jacksonville, Illinois LL.B. Sigma Nu Tsfer Illinois College ' ; ty of Illinois Phi Alpha Delta ' 38; Comn der of Sigma Nu ' 3f STOUDENMIRE, C. AUBREY DeLand, Florida LL.B. Pi Koppa Phi sfer University of Georgia; klph Delta Sigma Pi ' 34; Wardi Delta ' 38; Treosurer Sen Law Class ' 38, ' 39. Phi stetson the school of tomorrow a year The kaleidoscopic pageantry of a year slides by in vivid retrospect ... the winey warmth of another back-to-school September . . . dormitories emanating the sparkle of youth . . . the glorious rush and excitement of orientation . . . Kay Deal ' s whacking good impersonation of Dean McCullough on Fresh- man Night ... a green-and-white team meeting an orange-and-blue one in a Gainesville stadium one crisp evening . . . astonishing gains, passes, then a touchdown and pandemonium breaks loose in the bleachers . . . Stetson has beaten Florida for the first time in 29 years! ... in DeLand, students rush down the Boulevard in the shrieking intricacies of a triumphal snake dance . . . President Allen in a pink bathrobe addresses a throng of victory-mad Stetsonites on his front lawn . . . and later, lights a midnight bonfire on Hulley Field . . . rush week with banauets and boat rides, stars and moons swimming glori- ously through the rushees ' dazzled heads . . . the torment ended at last by bids and pledging . . . talk of a swimming pool . . . the Reporter ' s vivid " Artists and Models " show, designed to augment the pool fund . . . music by Theurer and Hall . . . Jane Taft, the omnipresent progenitor of the show impeccably distinguished in velvet, nervously hoping everything will be all right . . . footlights at the Stover Theatre going up for " First Lady, " the year ' s most magnificent theatrical devastation . . . the exciting dramatic debut of Petie Ferguson . . . Stetson ' s first song contest — brainchild of Professor William H. Bailey — with excitingly close competition among the five best student composers . . . Dick Feasel and Ruth Newlin eventually triumphing with their pep songs which make the Washington and Lee Swing look like a com- position in Va time ... the precedent-shattering Non-Frat political victory . . . with Hartsfield and Dentler emerging as a gracious Mayor and Hostess . . . the return of the alumni . . . the thrilling sinister drums of " Emperor Jones " . . . afterwards students and alums singing Alma Mater in the Quad . . . with some- thing catching in everyone ' s throat . . . Saturday, sunshine, pomp, bands playing, pretty girls waving from floats . . . and to round out the day, an exciting football game on an afternoon as clear as a baby ' s laugh . . . more football games . . . debate trips . . . John Masefield ' s " Coming of the King " . . . and the quiet hallowed beauty of the traditional candlelight service . . . Chaudoin Hall white beneath a winter moon, with a single candle glowing in every window . . . the chimes playing Silent Night softly Christmas, shadowed for all by the passing of one gallantly gay, dear to all as a person in whom youth was a strong flame . . . January, and roommates rushing upon one another in ecstatic redis- covery . . . the " Purge, " administrative sulphur and molasses . . . Josephine Antoine making the auditorium ring with her glorious music . . . later holding court on a Chaudoin divan with her fabulously wide hoop skirt spread out about her . . . loss of a thrilling heart-breaker to the G-ville basketball squad . . . Forum . . . teas . . . and the Terrible Mid Terms! . . . the rigamarole of registration again Grafton Pyne ' s ultra dinner-dance at the Colleae Arms . . . the visit of ruddy-cheeked Mr. John B. Stetson, Jr. to the campus . . . the passing of Willie Anderson, an animating and constructive force on campus ... as well as one who wore the purple with commendable, careless charm . . . the exquis- itely unforgettable music of " My Hero " still ringing in dazed ears hours after the final curtain has fallen on " The Chococlate Soldier " . . . sorority and fraternity initiations, flowers, formals, candles, and the beauty of ceremony . . . Frances Coe ' s wedding . . . the superb satire of " Admirable Critchton " the Glee Club talking more hopefully of Baltimore . . . the initial Non-Frat dance ... in a wonder- land of decorations and music, the sort of success a social chairman dreams of . . . Ruth Newlin ' s senior recital ... a slim girl in white spotlighted in blue sending a soft glow into her listeners with her delicate playing of a Debussy reflection . . . " Onward, Christian Soldiers " a two-to-one favorite on our hit parade during the sonqbookless week of chapel ... the baseball team getting boosted to its financial feet through " Sugar and Spice " — Hall and Stetson ' s second march deep into Broadway ' s territory . . . Sigma Nu ' s aborted attempt at a campus dating bureau ... a forensic foursome off to Baton Rouge to win laurels for Stetson at the Southern Speech convention . . . the vigorous vitriol of Shaw and Paul McEntire ' s rollicking lion . . . Professor Plautus I. Lipsey glamorizes Stetson in a really top-flight pictorial bulletin . . . the gorgeous respite of Spring holidays . . . " No More Peace " offering an appallingly timely message . . . the Green and White ' s charitable game . . . and the rains came . . . May Day with the sensuous pageantry of ancient Egypt . . . Jane McCarty reigning beautifully as the Queen of the May the second annual interfraternity sing — keenest musical battle of the year ... a walkaway for the Pi Kaps with no competition offered, but the Alpha Xi ' s and the Zeta ' s do an encore before the AXD ' s finally convince the judges . . . the finally emerged literary achievement of the Stetsonion . . . talk of student government dominating conversations . . . constitution readings and conferences . . . seniors counting days half-tearfully, half-joyously ... the Glee Club off to Baltimore, New York, and glory . . . and for those they left behind — Finals! . . . Absolute quiet and study signs everywhere . . . and then the flurry of departure . . . Commencement, the epitomizing moment, the short-lived but wonder- ful pinnacle of college ... the academic procession beneath the gray-bearded oaks . . . the tremulous step forward to receive the world ' s most precious document . . . back to happy friends and relatives, offering congratulations . . . with new step and strangely metamorphosed outlook . . . the kaleidoscope stops ... it is year ' s end. • • luniors the hatter 1939 junior law JOHN EMMETT CLONTS, JR. Oakland, Fla. JOHN F. CHERRY Center Hill, Fla. jaBgHMBHBMi WILLIAM D. CEELY HAROLD A. BOIRE Mooers, N. Y. GLADSTONE R. BEATTIE St. Petersburg, Fla. Jasper, Fla CLYDE E. HARNAGE Lake Monroe, Fla. NEIL E. MacMILLAN DeLand, Fla. " Sheriff of Moot Court " HAL P. DEKLE Marianna, Fla. stetson the school of tomorrow the hatter 1939 junior law DONALD M. STRONG Jacksonville, Fla. ROBERT A. SCURLOCK Lynn Haven, Fla. JOHN WILTON ROWE Orlando, Fla. RALPH E. ODUM Lakeland, Fla. HARRY T. NEWETT, JR. Leesburg, Fla. " Clerk of Moot Court " dtM M I , sophomores the hatter 1939 sophomore law First Row, Left to Right: ALBERT E. BUSCHMAN Daytona Beach, Fla. FRANK L. DAVIS Oakfield, Ga. Second Row, Left to Right: JAMES H. DYSON Sanford, Fla. WESLEY TROY HALL, JR. Leesburg, Fla. MARVAL L. CAZER DeLand, Fla. WILLIAM O. DENHAM Bartow, Fla. E. MacNULTY FERGUSON DeLand, Fla. JAMES W. HODGES Orange City, Fla. JOHN E. CICERO Tampa, Fla. Tulsa, Okla. First Row, Left to Right: WILLAM H. ROY E. KINSEY THOMAS E. KIRKLAND HOUGHTON St. Petersburg, Flo. Mulberry, Fla. WILLIAM E. LOVELACE DeLand, Fla. Second Row, Left to Right: EDWIN L. MASON JAMES T. NELSON, II ARTHUR B. Miami, Fla. Daytona Beach, Fla. ROBERTSON, JR. Jacksonville, Fla. FRANCIS E. ROWELL Trenton, Fla. RICHARD M. SAULS West Palm Beach, Fla. stetson the school of tomorrow the hatter 1939 sophomore law First Row, Left to Right: ARTHUR K. SHULER Tallahassee, Fla. CARL O. TEAGUE DeLand, Fla. JAMES A. STONE, JR. EDWIN E. STRICKLAND Bristol, Va. Miami, Fla. LOIS E. THACKER Kissimmee, Fla. Second Row, Left to Right: HAROLD R. VANN Miami Beach, Fla. HUGHIE TOM WATSON Waycross, Ga. CARLOTTA VAN C WASHBURNE Ormond, Fla. KtWYiJNM B • f BP •«» • n BOOKIE college of liberal arts faculty . . . college of liberal arts Art SARA EDITH HARVEY, A.M. Assoc. Professor of Art Bible and Philosophy HARRY CRAWFORD GARWOOD, Ph.D. Professor of Bible HARRY LEROY TAYLOR, Ph.D. Assoc. Professor of Philosophy Business Administration CHARLES ADAM FISHER, Ph.D. Professor of Business Adminis- tration RUSSELL C. LARCOM, Ph.D. Professor of Business Adminis- tration WILLIS N. BAER, Ph.D. Assoc. Professor of Economics C. ADDISON HICKMAN Instructor in Business Adminis- tration r. Classical Languages BENSON WILLIS DAVIS, Ph.D. Professor of Classical Languages Education BOYCE FOWLER EZELL, Ph.D. Professor of Education and Psy- chology SUE McEACHERN BURNS, A.M. Asst. Professor of Education and Psychology Engineering CURTIS MILTON LOWRY, M.E. Professor of Engineering English CHARLES G. SMITH, Ph.D. Pro ' essor of English WARREN STONE GORDIS, Ph.D. Professor of English LOLA B. McCOLLOUGH, A.M. Dean of Women ANNIE NADINE HOLDEN, A.M. Asst. Professor of English MAUDE EMMA KING, A.M. Asst. Professor of English MARY TRIBBLE LOWRY, A.M. Instructor in English DEE WILLIAN McENTIRE, A.M. Instructor in English EDITH MAY MERRILL, A.M. Instructor in English History and Social Science G. PRENTICE CARSON, A.M., LL.D Professor of History RICHARD ELIJAH CLARK, Ph.D. Professor of Sociology G. LEIGHTON LAFUZE, Ph.D. Professor of History and Polit- ical Science HARRY SUNDERLAND WINTERS, A.M. Assoc. Professor of History and Political Science Journalism PLAUTUS IBERUS LIPSEY, JR., A.B. Professor of Journalism MARY AXTELL, A.M. Instructor in Journalism Library Science ROBERT WATSON SEVERANCE, A.M. Librarian and Professor of Li brary Science JAMES HARRY DRAKE, A.B. Circulation Librarian CAMILLA MANSON, A.M. Reference Librarian CHARLOTTE ANNETTE SMITH, A.M. Library Assistant MARJORIE ANN STUFF, A.M. Cataloger Modern Languages IOLA KAY EASTBURN, Ph.D. Professor of German DORIS KING ARJONA, Ph.D. Professor of Spanish FRANCES CLABAUGH THORNTON, Ph.D. Assoc. Professor of French HOWARD LAMOUREAUX BATESON, A.M. = Instructor in French Natural Science and Mathematics ROBERT IVEY ALLEN, Ph.D. Professor of Physics JOHN FERGUSON CONN, Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry CORNELIA MARSCHALL SMITH, Ph.D. Professor of Biology CHARLES BLOUNT VANCE, Ph.D. Professor of Geology and Geography DONALD FAULKNER, A.B. Assoc. Professor of Mathematics Physical Education — Men WARREN CASSIUS COWELL, B.S. Professor of Health and Physical Education GEORGE CHESTER FREEMAN, B.S. Asst. Professor of Health and Physical Education BEN CLEMONS, B.S. Asst. Coach CARL HERBERT JOHNSON, A.M. Instructor in Health and Physi- cal Education Physical Education — Women NELLE BURCH CAMPBELL, A.M. Asst. Professor of Health and Physical Education SARA ELSIE STAFF, A.M. Instructor in Health and Physi- cal Education Secretarial Science MARY STEWART McCURDIE, B.S. Asst. Professor of Secretarial Science ELLA MAE WALKER, A.B. Instructor in Secretarial Science Speech IRVING C. STOVER, M.O., Litt.D. Profesor of Speech DEE WILLIAN McENTIRE Instructor in Speech Staff IDA H. RICHARDSON Secretary to the Bursar DALLAS PART IN Secretary to the Registrar the hatter 1939 graduate students First Row, Left to Right: GEORGE B. EHLHARDT St. Louis, Mo. EDWARD C. FURLONG, JR. Morgantown, W. Va. CARROLL P. EZELL DeLand, Flo. DOROTHY UNRUH GRAHAM DeLand, Fla. Second Row, Left to Right: EDWIN B. LIBBEY DeLand, Fla. LIONEL W. NELSON Lakeland, Fla. FRANCES M. OGILVIE MARGERY COLEE WEST DeLand, Fla. DeLand, Fla. First Row, Left to Right BETTY LOU ALDRICH DeLand, Fla. Second Row, Left to Right: ELENE M. ANZ Endicott, N. Y. HELEN BATTLE DeLand, Fla. MARY KAY BURNS JOSEPHINE DICKEY ELIZABETH T. BENNETT St. Augustine, Fla. Dayton, Ohio Albion, Mich. NEWELL FOREHAND DeLand, Fla. PATRICIA GIVENS VIRGINIA HALDEMAN RALPH D. HARRIS Eustis, Florida DeLand, Fla. DeLand, Fla. ESTHER HICK Eustis, Fla. MARJORIE W. McCARY DeLand, Fla. RUTH M. OLSON Ft. Pierce, Fla. Third Row, Left to Right: ANTHONY P. PIZZO GRAFTON H. PYNE, JR. MARGUERITE RAY LETITIA REYNOLDS Tampa, Fla. Bernardsville, N. J. Ocala, Fla. DeLand, Fla. MABEL ARTHUR SOUTHERLAND Orlando, Fla. MARY LOUISE WARTMAN Ocala, Fla. MARY ELIZABETH WEST Otter Creek, Fla. special students and a day It ' s a lie! ... No alarm could make THAT much noise ... its mother must have been a foundry whistle . . . this place hos all the pastoral peace of Times Square. . . . Mmm, which hole in this sock shall I stick my foot through? ... No time for breakfast. It ' s a good thing I ' m allergic to toast and eggs. . . . " Morning, glory, mind if I walk over to Libby Hall with you? " . . . My name ought to be Zylch, then maybe I ' d get to class on time . . . You needn ' t glare at me like that, you old buzzard, I ' m only three minutes late! . . . I ' m doing you a favor coming to class at all . . . so you ' re springing a six weeks test, Butch? O.K., it ' ll be as much of a shock to you as it is to us. (Ed. note: Here the train of thought is interrupted. Who thinks during a test?) . . . The bell at last! Another five minutes and both feet would have been asleep . . . get off my instep, you hulking peasant. Whaddya think I am, a gang- plank? . . . Ah, sanctuary at last. The cool, sweet stillness of Chapel, interrupted only by the first ond last stanzas of " Yield Not To Temptation. " . . . The New Deal at Stetson — A chicken in every other pot and a canine on every rostrum . . . let ' s get out of this fire-trap . . . make this a quickie, prof, and not too loud, please. I ' m getting behind on my correspondence . . . what strategy shall I use on this parental touch? I ' ll appeal to their sympathy, only I ' d have to be eighth dimensional and clairvoyant to find it this letter ought to produce, produce, produce. It better. If it doesn ' t, I ' ll have to . . . did he call on me or does he just like the euphonious sound of my name? . . . Sorry, sir. I ' m not personally acquainted with the morals of the Polynesians . . . and step off your soap-box, slouch . . . never mind. There ' s the gong . . . well, guess I ' ll socialize a little with the girls and boys . . . think I could stand some refreshment ... a little dope never hurt no bod. Hmm, that doesn ' t scan ... did I say I wonted a coke? Hallucinations . . . you know, it ' s this constant rush, rush, rush that ' s the curse of American life . . . where ' ll it get you — in the end? . . . What am I doing wasting time at this watering hole? . Think I ' ll hustle my bustle over to the dorm. Ought to be a little billet-doux from Gaineshassee wait- ing for me ... or at least a Sears Roebuck Catalogue (adv.) . . . that ' s life for ya. There ought to be, but there isn ' t ... Oh well, we can always fall back (ahem) on the local talent ... I ' m allergic to ptomaine. Let ' s go to lunch, roomie ... Do I wanto spare rib? Do I look as though I needed one? Let ' s whip on through this and get back to our cottage, roomie. I got a ' written lesson ' comin ' up . . com- ing coming . . . came ... did I get to the right class? None of these questions look even vaguely familiar ... I ' m so a-freud . . . things are getting adler and adler . . . Ah, here we are, my little split personality. We ' ll go through this one like, like, like nothing human ' . . . Well, there goes another invitation to the D-list . . . but who am I to care? . . . I ' ll drown my sorrows in DeLeon. I ' ll buzz over to Daytona. I ' ll do something nice for myself — when my check comes in . . . meanwhile, I ' ll grab some of the shut-eye I didn ' t get last night. ... Of course, I could go to the library. After two years my curiosity is aroused. . . . Better wait until some day when they serve refreshments . . . and so, to bed. . . . No, I don ' t want a ticket to the show . . . No, I ' m not going over to the gym . . . Yes, I ' m not going to the meeting . . . Now can I sleep? . . . No, I can ' t . . . Got the wanderlust . . . Guess I ' ll amble down to the Athens (another free plug) . . . One on the popcorn . . . Who ' s our handsome hero today? Oh, it ' s Freddy, the March of Time . . . ' Spose he ' ll come in like a lamb and go out like a ham ... he did ... so now I ' ll take my leave and sail away to DeLand of romance . . . Spike one in a paper cup and write it down. . . . Thanks, I would like a ride up . . . Going to the shakedown Friday night? . . . Dragging a date? . . . Let ' s swap number seven . . . Just toss me out here . . Time to hang on the feed bag again . . . What ' s in the trough tonight? . . . Will you look at that baby cut loose on my meal ticket? . . . I ' ll either have to get pie a la mode a la mode a la mode or paper my room with dessert tickets . . . let ' s look around and see if there ' s anyone interesting to sit with — present company excepted . . . There ' s a likely looking lot . . . Looking likely for a date too Sit with you? I ' d love to . . . I ' d love to sit with you, but that ' s as far as it goes, if you get what I mean, and I think you do . . . This conversation ' s o washout . . . Think I ' ll play pixie-ixie with myself . . . Let ' s see now ... An inwardly satisfied electrical outlet — smug plug ... An intoxi- cated fairy — tite sprite ... A Stetson date — a dark park . . . Chaudoin ' s idea of a party — free tea . . . Hulley chimes at seven-thirty — wrong dong . . . Editor of the SR — daft Taft . . . Hold your hats boys, here we go again . . . Little Theatre criticism — Hall gall . . . The most ' engaging ' Pi Phi — racy Gracie Tom Cobb — Meister shyster ... A bullied pledge — a meek Greek . . . Sammie ' s Jelks — matey Katey . . . Sigma Nu theme song — purge dirge . . . Well, that fairly well ends that . . . G ' bye. I enjoyed eating with you. It was swell . . . Better try studying . . . Got a little geology to dash off tonight . . . Here we are ... a tidy bog — a neat peat . . . eroded soil — hurt dirt . . . slightly soiled plaster — smutty putty ... a schizophreniac — a split wit . . . That ' s me . . . Aw, nuts. Might as well bull . . . Hello, mind if I come in, or are you talking about me? . . . May I chisel a dream-stick? . . . Which Dean are we discussing tonight? . . . Democracy? Oh, I get it . . . Can ' t we have a little more racket in this room? . . . Turn the radio on, somebody . . . " Hold Tight " — unflinching clinching . . . Quick. Get to the grill and preserve my sanity . . . Evening refreshment — grill swill ... No use. I ' m a goner! J the hatter 1939 seniors BENNETT, ALZADA Center Harbor, New Hampshire A.B. Delta Delta Delta Women ' s Student Government ' 35, ' 36, ' 37, President ' 38; W.A.A. ' 35; Y.W.A. ' 35; The Honor ' 36, Secre- tary-Treasurer ' 37, ' 38; Vice-Presi- dent Delta Delta Delta ' 37, ' 38; French Club ' 37, ' 38; President Ste- vens Hall ' 37; Sigma Delta Pi ' 37, Corresponding Secretary ' 38; Dele- gate to N.S.F.A. ' 38; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Col- leges and Universities ' 39. BATCHELDER, VIRGINIA St. Petersburg, Florida A.B. Transfer Wesleyan College ' 35; St. Petersburg Junior College ' 36; Uni- versity of Florida ' 37; Glee Club ' 38; Newton Club ' 38; Der Deutsche Verein ' 38. ANDERSON, WILLARD MARVIN Park Ridge, Illinois B.S. Varsity Football ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; Al State Selection ' 38; Stetsonian ' 36 Editor ' 37; Commerce Club ' 37, ' 38 Vice-President ' 37; Mu Omega X ' 37, President ' 38; S Club ' 36, ' 37 ' 38, President ' 37; Mysti First Mate ' 38; Vice-President Stu- dent Body ' 39, Assistant Business Manager of The Hatter ' 38; Honor Roll ' 37, ' 38; Most Popular ' 39; Re- porter Staff ' 39. ARRINGTON, EDITH Tavares, Florida A.B. Y.W.A. ' 36, President ' 37; B.S.U. Council ' 37, State Officer ' 37; Beta Key ' 38, ' 39; Hatter Art Club ' 39; BUTLER, DORIS Live Oak, Florido A.B. Delta Delta Delta Transfer F.S.C.W. ' 37; Intramural Manager ' 36; President W.A.A. ' 38. Delta Sigma Phi Varsity Football ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; S Club ' 36, ' 37, President ' 38; Mystic Krewe ' 38. BRACEY, DAVID V. Asheville, N. C. A.B. BISSET, KATHERINE Harrodsburg, Kentucky A.B. Delta Delta Delta Pi Kappa Sigma ' 38, ' 39; W.A.A. ' 37. stetson the school of tomorrow b the hatter 1939 seniors COBB, CHARLES T. Pine Castle, Florida B.S. Sigma Nu Varsity Football ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; Var- sity Basketball ' 37, ' 38; Captain ' 39; S Club ' 37, ' 38; Reporter Staff ' 38, ' 39. CHESMAN, THELMA E. New York, New York B.S. e Club CARSWELL, ROBERT McLEAN, JR. Philippine Islands A.B. Sigma Phi Epsilon sfer University of Richmond Football ' 35, ' 36; Track Mitchell Literary Society Delta Theta Phi ' 36; Just or Court ' 37; Student G ' ' 36, ' 37; Theta Alpha Ph Debote Club ' 37, ' 38, Peace ' 37, ' 38. CAZER, MARVAL L. DeLand, Florida A.B. sfer Georgio Military College ' 36; A Cappella Choir ' 35; President Debate Club ' 35; French Club ' 38; Stetson Law Association ' 39. CULP, MARGARET E. DeLond, Florida A.B. Debate Team ' 36, ' 39; Mu Society ' 35; Phi Society ' 36; Mu Omega Xi ' 38, Secretary ' 39; Pi Kappa Delta ' 39; W.A.A. ' 36; Honor Roll ' 36, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Dean ' s List ' 38, ' 39. CROSBY, WILLA MAE Citra, Florida A.B. Pi Beta Phi Vice-President Pi Beta Phi ' 38, Ex- ecutive Council ' 37; Inter-Fraternity Council ' 37, Secretary ' 38; Glee Club ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; Theta Alpha Phi ' 38, Historian ' 38; Hatter Art Club ' 37, ' 38, ' 39. CRAIG, RAYMOND S. DeLand, Florida B.S. COEN, MARY ELIZABETH Avon Park, Florida A.B. Freshman Advisor ' 38; Pi Kappa Sigma ' 38, ' 39; Glee Club ' 38, ' 39 Y.W.A. ' 38, ' 39; Life Service Band ' 38, ' 39. stetson the school of tomorrow the hatter 1939 seniors FERGUSON, CHARLOTTE St. Petersburg, Florida A.B. Transfer St. Petersburg Junior Col- lege ' 38; Troiad ' 34, ' 35; Music Club ' 35, ' 36; Spanish Club ' 34; Play- masters ' 34, ' 35, President ' 36; Stet- son Players ' 38, ' 39. DRAKE, ROY FRANCIS lola, Kansas B.S. Transfer lola Junior College ' 37; Varsity Football ' 37, ' 38; Varsity Basketball ' 37, ' 38; Gamma Sigma Epsilon ' 38, ' 39; Der Deutsche Verein ' 38, ' 39; Beta Key ' 38, ' 39. DOMPE, LOUISE WILSON Crescent City, Florida DARDEN, WOODROW Titusville, Florida B.S. Intramurals ' 35, ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; P Gamma Mu ' 38, ' 39; Minor Sport: Manager ' 38. GODBOLD, DAVID HALL Vero Beach, Florida S. Delta Sigma Phi Varsity Football ' 36, ' 37, ' 38 ' Intro- mural Tennis Champion ' 37; S Club ' 38, Treasurer Freshman Class ' 35 ' Vice-President Beta Key ' 38 GILLESPIE, R. GRAHAM Tavares, Florida A.B. FRISON, DONALD W. DeLand, Florida A.B. Pi Kappa Phi Varsity Football ' 36, ' 37, Captain ' 38; Beta Key ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; S Club ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; President Senior Class ' 38; Gamma Sigma Epsilon ' 39- Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities ' 38. FLETCHER, JEAN Lake Helen, Florida A.B. Hatter Art Club ' 37, ' 38, ' 39 Vice- President ' 36; French Club ' 39- W.A.A. ' 37; Hatter Staft ' 37, ' 38. stetson the school of tomorrow J the hatter 1939 seniors HARDY, H. LAWRENCE La Harpe, Kansas B.S. GOWER, JEAN C. Mt. Vernon, Ohio A.B. Alpha Xi Delta resident Alpha Xi Delta ' 38; Hatter Art Club ' 36, Secretary ' 37; Glee Club ' 35, ' 36, ' 38; Publicity Manager Woman ' s Club ' 39; Pi Kappo Sigma ' 37, ' 38; Treasurer Senior Class ' 38; W.A.A. ' 36; The Honor ' 37, Vice-President ' 38; Treas- urer Inter-Fraternity Council ' 38; Secretary French Club ' 38; Beta Key ' 37. GRIFFITH, JOHN ALLISON, JR. lola, Kansas B.S. Pi Kappa Phi Varsity Basketball ' 38, ' 39; Varsity Football ' 37, ' 38; Mystic " Captain ' 39; Der Deutsche Vereir ' 39; Beta Key ' 39; Mu Omega Xi ' 38; Gamma Sigma Epsilon ' 39; Hon- or Roll ' 38, ' 39; Dean ' s List ' 38. GORE, JACK W. Fort Lauderdale, Florida B.S. Sigma Nu President Junior Closs ' 38; Busi Manoger of Hatter ' 38; Mystic Krewe ' 38, ' 39; S Club ' 38, ' 39; Outstand- ing Intramural Athlete ' 38; Varsity Boseboll ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Varsity Ten- nis ' 37, ' 38; Honor Roll ' 36, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Stetson Reporter Staff ' 37. HARPER, HARMON H. Pierson, Florida A.B. Varsity Debate T Alpha Xi Delta sfer from Maryville College ' 35; Messiah Chorus ' 35; Chilhowean Staff ' 36; Graduate in Art ' 36; Transfer to New College, Columbia ' 37- A Cappella Choir ' 37; Transfer to Stetson ' 38; Hatter Art Club ' 39; Hatter Staff ' 39; Glee Club ' 39. Man Athen ger ' 39; J c it Wi ' 38, ' 39, of Club ' 36, Kappa Delta ' 37, President ' 38; International Relations Club ' 37. Delegate to Conference ' 38; Honor Roll ' 36, ' 38; Sigma Delta Pi ' 38; Mystic Krewe ' 38; Beta Key ' 37, ' 38; Stetson Reporter ' 37, ' 38; Stet- sonian ' 37, ' 38; Who ' s Who in Amer- Colleges and Universities ' 39. stetson the school of tomorrow the hatter 1939 seniors JOHNSON, HELEN HARVEY DeLand, Florida A.B. Delta Delta Delta French Club ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Hatter Art Club ' 37; Corresponding Secre- tary Delta Delta Delto ' 38, ' 39; JELKS, KATHRYN Lakeland, Florida A.B. Alpha Xi Delta Glee Club ' 35, ' 36; W.A.A. ' 35; In- ter-Fraternity Council ' 36, Secretary ' 37- Secretary Alpha Xi Delto ' 36, ' 37 ' President ' 38; Women ' s Student Council ' 37, Vice-President ' 38; Sec- retary Junior Class ' 38; The Honor ' 38 ' 39- Freshman Advisor ' 38; Hotter Statf ' 39. JERGER, LOUIS K, JR. St. Petersburg, Florida A.B. Transfer St. Petersburg Junior Col lege ' 36; Workshop Ploys ' 37; Gam ma Sigma Epsilon ' 38, ' 39; De Deutsche Verein ' 38, ' 39. HUMMEL, RUTH MARION Philadelphia, Pennsylvania A.B. Zeta Tau Alpha Glee Club ' 36, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; French Club ' 38, ' 39; Pi Gamma Mu ' 39; Corresponding Secretary Zeta Tau Alpha ' 38. L 1 KINSEY, ROY EDWARD St. Petersburg, Florida B.S. Sigma Nu Glee Club ' 37, ' 38, Advertising Man- ager ' 38; Commerce Club ' 37, ' 38; Koppa Mu ' 37, ' 38; Inter-Fraternity KIRKLAND, THOMAS E. Tulsa, Oklahoma B.S. Pi Kappa Phi Varsity Football ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; Var- sity Basketball ' 36, ' 38, Captain ' 37; Varsity Tennis ' 37, ' 38; S Club ' 37 ' 38; Inter-Fraternity Council ' 38; Most Athletic Boy ' 37; Honor Roll 37; Glee Club ' 35, ' 36; Hatter Staff ' 39. LUMPKIN, JAMES F. Jacksonville, Florida S. Pi Kappa Phi Stetson Players ' 37, ' 38; Theta Al- pha Phi ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Secretory ' 39; Glee Club ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Pi Gamma Mu ' 38, ' 39; Intramurals ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Best Dressed Boy ' 39. LINSON, ELIZABETH S. DeLand, Florida B.S. Zeta Tau Alpha The Honor ' 38, Treasurer ' 39; Torch and Scroll; President Newton Club ' 39; Gamma Sigma Epsilon ' 38. Treasurer ' 39; Beta Key ' 38. ' 39; Der Deutsche Verein ' 37, ' 38; Pi Kappa Sigma ' 37, ' 38, President ' 39; W.A.A. ' 35, ' 36; Women ' s Town Council ' 38. Cou 38 stetson the school of tomorrow the hatter 1939 seniors McClelland, george b. Sanford, Florida A.B. Sigma Nu ' arsity Football ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; S Club McCARTY, E. MURRAY Reynolds, Georgia A.B. 3lee Club ' 35; B.5.U. Council ' 37, ' 38; McCALL, JOHN G Madison, Florida A.B. LUNSFORD, JILES B. Jacksonville, Florida A.B. Ministerial Association ' 36, ' 37, ' 38 B.Y.P.U. ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; Glee Club ' 35 Secretary " Fellowship " ' 38. MESERVE, EVA H. St. Augustine, Florida A.B. Transfer Brewton-Porker Junior Col- lege ' 37; Music Club ' 37; Chemistry ' 38; New- MERCER, KATHLEEN DeLand, Florida A.B. Delta Delta Delta Rush Captain Delta Delta Delta ' 36 Vice-President Sophomore Class ' 36 Transfer University of Alabama ' 37 Blackfriars ' 37; Transfer Stetson ' 38 •MACHEN, MYRA WILSON DeLand, Florida A.B. Delta Delta Delta President Delta Delta Delta ' 38, Rush Captain ' 36; The Honor ' 37, Secretary ' 38; Torch and Scroll ' 38, Keeper of the Seal ' 38; President Pan-Hellenic ' 38; Inter-Fraternity Council ' 37; Freshmon Advisor ' 38; Editor ' The Hatter " ' 38; Who ' s Who m American Colleges and Univer- sities ' 38; Honor Roll ' 36, 37, ' 38. Deceosed stetson the school of tomorrow J the hatter 1939 seniors OAKS, WILLIAM H. Jacksonville, Florida A.B. MULHOLLAND, JAMES R Eustis, Florida A.B. MORRIS, ROBERTA DeLand, Florida Delta Delta Delta Vice-President Delta Delta Delta ' 38, Recording Secretary ' 37, ' 38; Vice- President W.A.A. ' 36, ' 37; Beta Key ' 37, ' 38; Pan-Hellenic ' 37, ' 38; Reporter Statf ' 36; Most Athletic Girl ' 38. MILLER, ARVEL G Lakeland, Florida A.B. I OOSTDAM, MATHILDA E. DeLand, Florida B.S. Beta Key ' 38, ' 39; W.A.A. ' 38. ORUM, RUTH ESKEY Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania A.B. Pi Beta Phi Mu Society ' 36; Phi Society ' 36; W.A.A. ' 36; Corresponding Secretary Pi Beta Phi ' 38, Pledge Supervisor ' 38, Delegate to National Conven- tion ' 38; President Sigma Delta Pi ' 38; President The Honor ' 38, ' 39; Pi Gamma Mu ' 38, Vice-President ' 38; Hatter Staff ' 38; Freshman Ad- visor ' 38; Vice-Chancellor Torch ond Scroll ' 38; Honor Roll ' 36, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39- Dean ' s List ' 38, ' 39; May Day ' 39. OLLIFF, F. EVELYN Wauchula, Florida A.B. Zeta Tau Alpha Glee Club ' 36; Pi Kappa Sigma ' 36; French Club ' 38, ' 39; Y.W.A. ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; Treasurer Pan-Hellenic ' 38, Vice-President Zeta Tau Alpha ' 38, ' 39; May Day ' 39. OLLIPHANT, W. HARVEY Jacksonville, Florida A.B. Sigma Nu Debate Team ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Pi Kappa Delta ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; Treasurer B.S.U. Council ' 37; Commerce Club ' 37, ' 38; Peace Club ' 36, ' 38; International Relations Club ' 38, ' 39; Life Service Band ' 38; Intramurals ' 38, ' 39. stetson the school of tomorrow J the hatter 1939 seniors RANDALL, E. LOUISE Daytona Beach, Florida B.S. OWENS, MILDRED Umatilla, Florida A.B. Pi Kappa Sigma ' 37, ' 38; Hatte Art Club ' 38; Reporter Staff ' 38 Y.W.A. ' 38; W.A.A. ' 38. PERKINS, ELLA MAY Williston, Florida A.B. Volunteer Band ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; Bete Key ' 37, ' 38. PARSONS, JANE ELIZABETH DeLand, Florida A.B. Transfer University of Miarr Band ' 37. ' 38; Little Theatre Or- chestra ' 37, ' 38; Commerce Club ' 37, ' 38; Debate Team ' 38, ' 39. ROWE, J. WILTON Orlando, Florida A.B. Sigma Nu Debate Team ' 35, ' 37; President Men ' s Council ' 37, ' 38; Inter-Fra- ternity Council ' 37, ' 38; Mystic Krewe ' 37, ' 38; Chaplom Sigma Nu ' 37, Commander ' 38; Student Body Presi- dent ' 38; Phi Alpha Delta ' 38; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities ' 38. Treasurer Zeto Tau Alpha ' 39; Sec retary Commerce Club ' 39; Vice President Senior Class ' 39; Fresh ' 38; Y.W.A. ' 38, ' 39 RODGERS, MARTHA Bowling Green, Florida A.B. Pi Kappa Sigma ' 37, ' 38, Treasurer ' 39; Y.W.A. ' 37, ' 38; Life Service Band ' 38, Vice-President ' 38, Presi- dent ' 39; B.S.U. Council ' 39. stetson the school of tomorrow the hatter 1939 seniors SCHNEIDER, DOROTHY IRENE DeLand, Florida A.B. Debate Club ' 38, ' 39; Pi Kappa Delta ' 38, ' 39, International Relations Club ' 38; Hatter Art Club ' 38, Secre- tary ' 39. SAWYER, BETTY JAYNE DeLand, Florida A.B. Zeta Tau Alpha SCHICK, GEORGE EDWARD DeLand, Florida Sigma Nu Recorder Sigma Nu ' 38; Treasurer Torch and Scroll ' 38; Secretary Der Deutsche Verein ' 37, President ' 38; French Club ' 38, ' 39; Phi Society ' 36; Beta Key ' 38, ' 39. il ' 37, Tr ' 38; Tr. Hatter Art Club ' 38; B.S.U. Council ' 35, ' 36, ' 37, Secretory Zeta Tau Alpha ' 38. Rush Captain ' 37; Treas- urer Mu Omega Xi ' 39; Pi Gamma Mu ' 38, ' 39; Chairman Youth Con- ference ' 39. RYAN, STEWART CHARLES Youngsrown, Ohio A.B. Varsity Football ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; Var sity Basketball ' 37, ' 38, ' 39, Re porter Staff ' 36, ' 37; Der Deutschi Verein ' 37, ' 38; S Club ' 37, ' 38. SMITH, MILLARD B . Pensacola, Florida B.S. B.Y.P.U. ' 35, ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; Engineer- ing Society ' 35, ' 36; B.S.U. Council ' 36, ' 37; Sigma Pi Sigma ' 38, ' 39 Vice-President ' 39; Commerce Club ' 37, ' 38, President ' 39. SMITH, ALICE H. DeLand, Florida A.B. Pi Beta Phi Recording Secretary Pi Beta Phi ' 38 Hatter Art Club ' 35, ' 36, ' 37; Pi Kappa Sigma ' 37, Vice-President ' 38 Honor Roll ' 39. SKEEN, ELEANOR VIRGINIA Leesburg, Florida A.B. Zeta Tau Alpha Transfer Wesleyan College, ' 37; W.A.A. ' 38. SIMMS, RICHARD B. Columbus, Ohio A.B. Band ' 36, Corporal ' 37, Top Ser- qeont ' 38; Symphony Orchestra ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Theatre Orchestra ' 37, ' 38: Kappa Kappa Psi ' 37, ' 38, Treasurer ' 39; Mad Hatters ' 35, ' 36, ' 37; Der Deutsche Verein ' 38. stetson the school of tomorrow J the hatter 1939 seniors STOLTENBERG, HELEN JEAN Belle Glade, Florida A.B. Pi Beta Phi Treasurer Pi Beta Phi ' 38, Executive Council ' 36, ' 38; Inter-Fraternity Council ' 37; Vice-President Junior Class ' 38; W.A.A. ' 35; Homecoming Sponsor ' 37; Hatter Staft ' 39; The Honor ' 39; May Day ' 39. SPEAR, LESTER K Coshocton, Ohio Band ' 36, Corporal ' 37, Lieutenant ' 38, Captain ' 39; Symphony Orches- tra ' 36 ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Mad Hatters ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; Kappa Kappa Psi ' 36, ' 37, Treosurer ' 38, President ' 39; Pi Gamma Mu ' 37, ' 38, President ' 39; Commerce Club ' 37, ' 38, Vice- President ' 39; Mystic Krewe ' 38; In- tramurals ' 36, ' 37, ' 38. STAFF, RUSSERT I. St. Petersburg, Florida S. Transfer St. Petersburg Junior Col- lege ' 37; Intramurals ' 37, ' 38; De- bate Team ' 37. ' 38; Commerce Club ' 37, ' 38. SOUTHERLAND, JAMES E. Wauchula, Florida A.B. B.S.U. Council ' 37; Intramurals ' 36 ' 37, ' 38; Ministerial Association ' 36 ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Vice-President ' 37 Little Theatre ' 37, ' 38. STONE, JAMES A., JR. Bristol, Virginia A.B. Sigma Nu SWANSON, GUSTAV F. Jacksonville, Florida Varsity Football ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; Var- sity Basketball ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Engi- neering Club ' 35, ' 36; Sigma Pi Sigma ' 37, President ' 38, Secretary ' 39; Newton Club ' 37, ' 38, Treas- urer ' 39; Mu Omega Xi ' 38, ' 39; S Club ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Vice-President ' 39; Der Deutsche Verem ' 38, Sec- retary ' 39; Mystic Krewe ' 39. TALTON, CATHERINE Apopko, Florida A.B. Delta Delta Delta .A. A. ' 35, ' 36, ' 37; Y. W. A. ' 35, ' 36, ' 37. Alpha Xi Delta Transfer Sonta Monica Junior Col- lege ' 37; The Honor ' 38; Feature Editor, Stetson Reporter ' 37, ' 38; Editor, Stetson Reporter ' 38, ' 39; Pi Kappa Delta ' 38, ' 39; President French Club ' 38, ' 39; President Peace Club ' 38, ' 39; President Internation- al Relations Club ' 33, ' 39; Varsity Debate Team ' 38, ' 39; Freshman Advisor ' 38; Most Intellectual Girl ' 39- Social Chairman, Town Wo- men ' s Council ' 38, ' 39; Who ' s Who Among American College and Uni- versity Students ' 39; W.A.A.; Hatter Art Club. stetson the school of tomorrow the hatter 1939 seniors WARNER, ELEANOR ALIDA Coleraine, Minnesota B.S. Alpha Xi Delta Transfer Itasca Junior College ' 37; Der Deutsche Verein ' 38, ' 39; Glee Club ' 39; Gamma Sigma Epsilon ' 38, ' 39. TURNER, VERNON W. Homestead, Florida A.B. Delta Sigma Phi Transfer Washington and Lee ' 36; Intramurals ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; Varsity Tennis ' 39; Beta Key ' 37, ' 38. THACKER, LOIS ELLEN Kissimee, Florida A.B. Pi Beta Ph Reporter Staff ' 35, ' 36; Recording Secretary Pi Beta Phi ' 36, Corre- sponding Secretary ' 37, President ' 38; W A.A. ' 36, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Vice- President ' 37; Pan-Hellenic Treas- urer ' 37, Secretary ' 38; Secretary Sigma Delta Pi ' 36; The Honor ' 37, ' 38; Vice President Mu Omega Xi ' 38; Freshman Advisor ' 38; Hatter Staff ' 38; Honor Roll ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; Dean ' s List ' 38; Secretary Freshman Law Class ' 38. TSUCHIYA, HAROLD KURAO Winona Lake, Indiana A.B. WEAVER, ROGER Crystal River, Florida A.B. B.S.U. Council ' 37, ' 38, Secretory ' 39; Reporter Staff ' 36, ' 39; Pe Club ' 38, Secretary ' 39; Beta Key ' 38, Secretary ' 39; Hatter Staff ' 39, Y.W.A. ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; Volunteer Band ' 38, Secretary ' 39; W.A.A. ' 39; Glee Club ' 39; Honor Roll ' 38; Freshman Advisor ' 38; Sigma Delta Pi ' 39. WASHBURNE, CARLOTTA Ormond, Florida A.B. Alpha Xi Delta Pi Kappa Sigma ' 38, Vice President ' 39; Sigma Delta Pi ' 38, Hatter Staff ' 38; Beta Key ' 38; W.A.A. rer ' 38; The H nship Trophy WARREN, J. LYNDOL Miami, Florida B.S. President Sophomore Class ' 36; Var- sity Football ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; Varsity Golf ' 37, ' 38; Varsity Baseball ' 37, ' 38; Most Athletic Boy ' 39. stetson the school of tomorrow the hatter 1939 seniors WOOD, ROBERT J. DeLand, Florida B.S. Sigma Nu Transfer Butler University ' 37; Sig- ma Pi Sigma ' 37, ' 38, President ' 39; Newton Club ' 37, ' 38, Secretary ' 39- Glee Club ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Workshop Plays ' 37, ' 38. Seniors Not Photographed BRAGDON, JAMES Leesburg, Florida A.B. SHERIDAN, T. LIDDON Au gusta, Georgia A.B. WEST, ELIZABETH R. DeLand, Florida A.B. Pi Beta Phi WOLFE, ALICE M. Ft. Lauderdale, Florida A.B. Alpha Xi Delta Phi Society ' 36; Sigma Delta Pi 37, ' 38, ' 39; Beta Key ' 37, ' 38; Mu So- ciety ' 36; Mu Omega Xi ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; The Honor ' 38, ' 39; Hatter Staff ' 37; Pan-Hellenic ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Student Government ' 37, ' 38. WINTERS, FRANCES RUTH Denver, Colorado A.B. Delta Delta Delta Transfer University of Denver ' 37; Reporter Staff ' 38; Historian Delta Delta Delta ' 38. WILSON, FRED C. DeLand, Florida I.S. Delta Sigma Phi Transfer University of Florida ' 37 Club ' 38, ' 39; Alpha Ph Omega ' 36; Glee Club ' 38; Reporter itaff ' 37; Intramural Tennis ' 37, ' 38, WILLIAMS, ROGER E., JR. Miami, Florida B.S.U. Council ' 39; Vice President Beta Key ' 38; Mu Omega Xi ' 38; Ministerial Association ' 38; Honor Roll ' 38, ' 39. TPTI A m luniors the hatter 1939 juniors First Row, Left to Right: BARBARA ALCOCK Miami, Fla. BETTY LOU ALEXANDER Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. HARRIET H. ALEXANDER DeLand, Fla. A. RICHARD BALDWIN DeLand, Fla. M. ROBERT BARNETT Jacksonville, Fla. HELEN E. BASS Daytona Beach, Fla. Second Row, Left to Right: HORACE R. BILLS Sarasota, Fla. BARBARA BLOUNT DeLand, Fla. MARION M. BOLTON Scranton, Pa. MILDRED E. BROWN Asheville, N. C. SARAH M. BROWN Daytona Beach, Fla. MARGUERITE L. BROWNE Leesburg, Flo. A First Row, Left to Right DAPHNE M. BROWNELL DeLand, Fla. LYNWOOD J. CHEATHAM Jacksonville, Fla. OMER CECIL BUTLER Pensacola, Fla. SARAH ELIZABETH CLARK St. Petersburg, Fla. LOUISE B. CARTER Sanford, Fla. CHARLES R.CLONTS, Jr. Oviedo, Fla. Second Row, Left to Right: JEANETTE B. CLOW Coshocton, Ohio MARY MARTHA DOWLING St. Petersburg, Fla. E. BEARDEN CUNNINGHAM Raleigh, N. C. LA VERNE I. GIFFORD DeLand, Fla. RUSSELL P. DARST, Jr. Lake Worth, Fla. WILBUR H. GREEN St. Augustine, Fla. stetson the school of tomorrow the hatter 1939 juniors First Row, Left to Right: CHARLES A. GRIFFIN Falmouth, Fla. JERRY LEE GRIFFITH lola, Kansas WILLIAM H. GRIFFITH DeLand, Fla. HAL H. HALL DeLand, Fla. FRANCES E. HAMMOND St. Petersburg, Fla. F. EMMALINE HANDLEY Holopaw, Fla. Second Row, Left to Right: ARNOLD E. HAYES, Jr. Pernambuco, Brazil JOSEPH W. HILL Vero Beach, Fla. DORIS S. HODGES Jacksonville, Fla. BRUNELLE HOLDER DeLand, Fla. HELEN V. HOOKS Lakeland, Fla. EDWARD L. HUIE Babson Park, Fla. -iiwftfc, tat First Row, Left to Right: DORIS M. JOHNSON Umatilla, Fla. ROBERT W. KICK- LIGHTER, Jr. Port Orange, Fla. Second Row, Left to Right: NAOMI DAPHNE KNIGHT Vero Beach, Fla. HUGH F. LATIMER, Jr. Jacksonville, Fla. ROBERT E. KARNS DeLand, Fla. GORDON E. KIPP DeLand, Fla. J. FRANCIS KNORR, Jr. Miami, Fla. W. WHITNEY LAVENDER Altoona, Fla. ROY G. KAYE, Jr. DeLand, Fla. MARY ELLA KNIGHT Vero Beach, Fla. ANDREW M. LANG St. Cloud, Fla. HOWARD B. LYTLE DeLand, Fla. stetson the school of tomorrow the hatter 1939 juniors First Row, Left to Right: MARJORIE J. McCLURE Vero Beach, Fla. DOROTHY L. McCONNELL Chattanooga, Tenn. RALPH C. McCULLOUGH Oak Hill, Fla. M. LORRAINE McCUTCHEON St. Petersburg, Fla. MILTON D.MAGENHEIM New York, N. Y. FRANCES COE MAIER Lakeland, Fla. Second Row, Left to Right: VIRGINIA INEZ MARTIN DeLond, Fla. ANGELO C. MARTINO Tampa, Fla. ALEX E. MATHIS, Jr. Dothan, Ala. MARTHA P. METCALF DeLand, Fla. W. THOMAS MORRIS Winter Haven, Fla. MAURINE E. NICHOLS Timpson, Texas First Row, Left to Right: RUTH E. OSBURN Dade City, Fla. CLIFFORD C. PARMLEY Hutchinson, Kansas LILLIAN E. PRESTON Orlando, Fla. THELMA D. PRESTON Orlando, Fla. ELIZABETH ROBINSON Sarasota, Fla. KATHLEEN ROWE St. Petersburg, Fla. Second Row, Left to Right: GENE N. ROWLAND Daytona Beach, Fla. MARY E. SIMPSON Mt. Dora, Fla. DORSEY M. SMITH Decatur, Ga. ELLIOT LANIER SMITH Daytono Beach, Fla. JEAN M. SMITH Mt. Dora, Fla. stetson WALLACE R. SMITH DeLand, Fla. the schoo 1 of tomorrow the hatter 1939 juniors First Row, Left to Right: WILLIAM H. SMITH Muskegon, Mich. RALPH S. STAFFORD Orange City, Fla. THEDA JOHNSON STONE Jacksonville, Fla. LYDIA A. THEURER Grantwood, N. J. JAMES L. VANCE DeLand, Fla. LOIS A. WALKER Homestead, Fla. Second Row, Left to Right: EDWIN F. WALKUP Mcintosh, Fla. RELDA ANN WEBB Auburndale, Fla. CATHERINE P. WHITE Sanford, Fla. BILLY NELSON WOLFE St. Petersburg, Fla. Bj|m§ . te% sophomores the hatter 1939 sophomores First Row, Left to Right: GRACE E. AHLERS Dayton, Ohio VICTOR L. BAER DeLand, Fla. JESSE M. ALBRITTON Plant City, Fla. LEROY BARKSTROM Jamestown, N. Y. ROBERT W. ANDERSON Fairport, N. Y. MARTHA L. BARTOL Warsas, Ind. T. MARSHALL ARRINGTON Tavares, Fla. MARY G. BEASLEY Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Second Row, Left to Right: TAYLOR L. BERRY Mt. Olivet, Ky. MARY LOUISE BUNGER Lake Helen, Fla. Third Row, Left to Right: DOROTHEA E. CLARSON Jacksonville, Fla. MARGARET BEVILLE Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. MARGARET E. CATE DeLand, Fla. JOHN A. BLUEMKE Oak Park, III. EVELYN E. CATES Sanford, Fla. MARY LOUISE BRANDON DeLand, Fla. HAROLD R. CLARK Jacksonville, Fla. JANE R. COOPER Orlando, Fla. JAMES CULPEPPER, Jr. WILLIAM M. DAVIS Jacksonville, Fla. Leesburg, Fla. MILDRED E. COTTER Chattanooga, Tenn. JACK H. DUREY DeLand, Fla. JUNE EVANS Beckley, W. Va. THEODORE H. FARR Pensacola, Fla. First Row, Left to Right: T. AGNES FORMBY Eustis, Fla. MARGARET E. GIBBS Wabasso, Fla. RALPH S. FORD Orange City, Fla. MARJORIE E. GLOVER Vero Beach, Fla. EUGENE W. FRY, Jr. Rydal, Pa. VANCE P. GRAHAM Bristol, Tenn. ROBERT GAUGHAN Indianapolis, Ind. ROBERT C. GRAN- BERRY, Jr. Gaffney, S. C. Second Row, Left to Right: JESSE LESTER GREENE Avon Park, Fla. EDWIN S. GUSTAFSON Green Cove Springs, Fla. LAWRENCE E. GRIFFIN Tampa, Fla. WILLIAM T. HALSTEAD Lake City, Fla. LILLIAN E. GRUBBS St. Augustine, Fla. DAVID J. HAMRICK Monticello, Fla. ROBERT E. GUNBY DeLand, Fla. EMILY S. HANCOCK Auburndale, Fla. Third Row, Left to Right: WILLIAM G. HARGIS DeLand, Fla. DONNA E. HOYT DeLand, Fla. WYMAN J. HARVARD Live Oak, Fla. JOHN W. HUNT Lakeland, Fla. ROBERT S. HEEBNER, Jr. Lonsdale, Pa. PHYLLIS M. HUTTON Winter Haven, Fla. DORIS M. HILL Cocoa, Fla. HELEN L. JAHN Winter Haven, Fla. the hatter 1939 sophomores First Row, Left to Right: LELA MAY JENNINGS Jacksonville, Fla. DAISY KEATHLEY Brooksville, Fla. Second Row, Left to Right: LYDIA P. LAND Apopka, Fla. HOPE M. LOCKE Sarasota, Fla. SARAH J. JENNINGS Middleburg, Fla. MILDRED L. KILGORE Orlando, Fla. LEONARD GADI LAWTON Orlando, Fla. NELL G. LYNN Orlando, Fla. JOHN G. JONES Jacksonville, Fla. PENELOPE KNOX DeLand, Fla. PHYLLIS E. LEONARD Hastings, Fla. ANN LOUISE LYTLE Weirsdale, Fla. RAY JORDAN DeLand, Fla. CHARLES O. KUMMER Winter Park, Fla. BARBARA ANNE LINDNER Ocala, Fla. GROVER W. McCALL, Jr. Madison, Fla. Third Row, Left to Right: marzee k Mcdonald Walters. McDonnell martha e. McGinnes Plant City, Fla. Duluth, Minn. Lakeland, Fla. JEAN MacLEOD DeLand, Fla. CAROLYN D. MASSEY Marianna, Fla. JEAN McMURRAY Jacksonville, Fla. ERIN MERCER DeLand, Fla. HAMILTON B. MARTIN DeLand, Fla. CI First Row, Left to Right: LESLIE IRVING LAUREN F. MICKLE CORRIE LOU MIRES ROBERT A. MOORE MERRITT DeLand, Fla. DeLand, Fla. Temuco, Chile Panama City, Fla. JEAN R. MORRIS RUTH E. NOWLIN THOMAS M. PARKER JULIA ANN Daytona Beach, Fla. Lakeland, Fla. Mt. Dora, Fla. PENNINGTON Indianapolis, Ind. Second Row, Left to Right: MARGARET E. PHILLIPS GWENDOLYN POWELL FLORENCE PROCTOR EVELYN RANDOLPH Cleveland, Tenn. DeLand, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Cleveland, Tenn. JOY REESE ELIZABETH S. RITCH HENRY A. ROSEBERRY CHARLES T. ROSS DeLand, Flo. DeLeon Springs, Flo. Daytona Beach, Fla. Beckley, W. Va. Third Row, Left to Right: MARIA H. RUIZ RICHARD W. RALPH T RUSSELL ALVIN LEE SIMMONS Santa Clara, Cuba RUMMELL, Jr. Cocoa, Fla. Binghamton, N. Y. Oak Hill, Fla. HAROLD N. SMITH EARL SOUTHERLAND PATRICIA G.STALLINGS BARBARA MOORE Pensacola, Fla. Wauchula, Fla. DeLand, Fla. STEPHENS DeLand, Fla. the hatter 1939 sophomores First Row, Left to Right: GRACE JOAN STIER Jacksonville, Fla. CHARMION R. STOLL Long Island, N. Y. TRUETT STOUDENMIRE DeLand, Fla. BONNIE N. STROWGER Arcadia, Fla. RONDO C. SULLIVAN Frostproof, Fla. LESLEY E. TALLEY Tallahassee, Fla. ALMA L. TESTERMAN Umatilla, Fla. HOWARD M. TIBBALS Umatilla, Fla. Second Row, Left to Right: HENRY M. TODARO Newark, N. J. HARRY TOMLINSON Madison, Fla. MAVIS VAN LANDINGHAM DeLand, Fla. JANE H. WENTE Cincinnati, Ohio CHARLOTTE D. WERWAGE VIRGINIA J. WESSMAN Pierson, Fla. ALFRED P. WEST DeLand, Fla. JOHN M. WHITNEY Altoona, Fla. Eustis, Fla. Third Row, Left to Right: LILLIAN WILLIAMSON WILLIAM R. WIMBERLY MARGARET A. WOOD Lake City, Fla. Orange Springs, Fla. DeLand, Fla. OZELLO WOODWARD LEWIS M. WRIGHT, Jr DeLand, Fla. Sanford, Fla. WESLEY C. ZUBER Pensacola, Fla. freshmen the hatter 1939 freshmen First Row, Left to Right: WILLIAM AHL Bucyrus, Ohio KENNETH G. AUER Pork Ridge, III. Second Row, Left to Right: ROWLAND E. BAYLES JAMES P. BANKS High Springs, Flo. KATHLEEN E. BENSON Holly Hill, Flo. RUTH A. BOGENREIF Third Row, Left to Right: DOROTHY JEAN BOTTS BEATRICE L. BRADLEY CLAIRE BRANDEIS Delond, Fla. Deland, Fla. Callahan, Fla. Fourth Row, Left to Right HENRY W. CHANDLER ROBERT L. CHESSER LOUISE H. CLARK Okeechobee, Fla. St. Petersburg, Fla. Bartow, Fla. ROSA M. COLE Philadelphia, Miss. BETTY C. COLLINS Hopkinsville.Ky. di 1 : flirt, r ' 3k- ' 4: First Row, Left to Right: ALLAN D. COVEY Daytono Beach, Fla. Second Row, Left to Right: DOROTHY DAY Tampa, Fla. Third Row, Left to Right: HELEN V. FICQUETTE Winter Garden, Fla. Fourth Row, Left to Right: DOROTHY E. DUNN Daytono Beach, Fla. LULU E. ELLZEY Daytono Beach, Fla. JUNE P. FIELD Longmeodow, Mass. VIRGINIA L. DOUGLAS VIRGINIA M. EVANS Beckley, W. Va. the hatter 1939 freshmen First Row, Left to Right: Second Row, Left to Right: HARRY 5HIELS GREENO Deland, Fla. Third Row, Left to Right: JOHN EDWARD HODGES Plant City, Fla. Fourth Row, Left to Right: R. GOLDEN FLORENCE V. GREEN Plant City, Fla. WILLIAM C. GREGG Leesburg, Fla. MARGARET S. HODGES New Port Richey, Fla. L. HOWARD r i A v -- « if D " fl First Row, Left to Right Second Row, Left to Right: Third Row, Left to Right: MARGARET L. KOKANOUR Ft. Lauderdale, Fli BETTY A. KLEFEKER SYLVA M. LANDRESS ELIZABETH E. LATHAM Daytona Beach, Fla. Daytona Beach, Fla. Fourth Row, Left to Right: JOHN D. McLARTY Daytona Beach, Fla. HELEN J. McELMURRAY Augusta, Ga. the hatter 1939 freshmen First Row, Left to Right: LUELLA MAGGARD Deland, Fla. DORIS MALONEY Tarpon Springs, Fla. )w, Left to Right: NADIA MAULL Orlando, Fla. Third Row, Left to Right Fourth Row, Left to Right HELEN LUELLA NICHOLS Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. MARY M. OSBURN Dade City, Fla. JOYCE A. MOORE LILLIAN W. MORAN MARY LYNN MORGAN Wauchula, Fla. LAURETTA K. MUIR ■ m First Row, Left to Right POLLY PASTEUR Second Row, Left to Right: L. ELOI5E PRINE St. Augustine, Fla. Third Row, Left to Right: DORIS K. REARDON Ocolo, Fla. BETTY ROSENBLUM Daytona Beach, Fla. VONCILE POWELL Deland, Fla. DORIS C. PROPHITT Orlando, Fla. RUTH M. RYAN Daytona Beach, Fla. WILLIAM R. ROSEBOROUGH Deland, Fla. Fourth Row, Left to Right: MARILU ST. JOHN Deland, Fla. KATHERINE DELIGHT SIEG DeLand, Fla. WILBUR J. SCHAEFER Bradley Beach, N. J. RUBY LUCILLE SLAUGHTER Paolo, Fla. the hatter 1939 freshmen First Row, Left to Right: FRANK S. SMITH F. 5NODDY Second Row, Left to Right: ROBERT F. TAYLOR Oak Park, III. C. STEWART WILLIAM C. STRICKLAND jwling Green, Fla. Third Row, Left to Right: WM. N. TURRENTINE Mt. Dora, Fla. Fourth Row, Left to Right BETTY R. WELSH Orlando, Fla. MELVIN WILKINS Waterbury, Conn. ■ 1 lUf M 1 I IP I M school of music WILLIAM EDWARD DUCKWITZ, Mus.D. Director of the School of Music and Professor of Piano the stetson school of music has been distinguished through its achievements during the past year. In addition to finished faculty and student recitals, the school has presented radio programs and concerts by the band, glee club, and symphony orchestra. Following an established tradition, Handel ' s " Messiah " was presented during the Christmas season, while later in the year " The Chocolate Soldier " illus- trated the blended efforts of all groups within the music department. Numerous state and district contests were sponsored by the school, faculty members were elected to prominent posts in state and national music or- ganizations, and DeLand ' s most outstanding citizen was chosen from its faculty group. faculty . . . WILLIAM HORACE BAILEY, A.B., M.M. Professor of Violin and Theory HAROLD MILNE GIFFIN, A.B., Mus.B., A.M. Professor of Voice F. ROBERTA ORCUTT, Mus.B. Instructor in Voice ARTHUR J. GRAHAM, Mus.B., A.A.G.O. Professor of Piano and Organ VERONICA DAVIS, Mus.B., A.M. Instructor in Public School Music JOHN J. HENEY Director of the Bond, Instructor of Wind and Percussion Instruments JEAN ROGERS Instructor in Harp AILEEN WORTH, A.B. Asst. Instructor in Viol semble n, Viola, and Er LUCY DUNCAN HALL, A.B. Instructor in Dalcroze-Eurythmics student officers school of music CARL HULBERT President JANE McCARTY Vice-President ANTOINETTE DAVIS Secretary -Treasurer RICHARD FEASEL Freshman Representative special students H. GRAHAM SELICK DeLand, Fla. LYLE B. SHERMAN DeLand, Fla. seniors J the hatter 1939 senior music Mccarty, jane c. Boise, Idaho HARTSFIELD, LAWRENCE S. Eastman, Georgia B.M. Band ' 35, Corporal ' 36, Sergeant ' 37, Captain ' 38; Symphony Orchestra ' 36, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Little Theater Or- chestra ' 36, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Glee Club ' 37, ' 38; Mad Hatters ' 35, ' 36, ' 37; Kappa Kappa Psi ' 35, ' 36, Vice-Pres- ident ' 36, ' 37, Treasurer ' 38; Ho coming Mayor ' 38. HULBERT, CARL M. New Smyrna, Florida B.M. Pi Kappa Phi Secretary Pi Kappa Phi ' 36, ' 37, His- torian ' 38, Archon ' 39; Inter-Fra- ternity Council ' 36, ' 38, President ' 39; President Kappa Mu ' 38; Stu- dent Leader Glee Club ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Symphony Orchestra ' 36, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; University Band ' 36. ' 37, First Lieutenant ' 38, ' 39, Soloist ' 38; Di- rector Little Theater Orchestra ' 38, ' 39; Mystic Krewe ' 38, Second Mate ' 39; President Music School ' 39. Pi Beta Phi Recording Secretary Pi Beta Phi ' 37, Executive Council ' 39; Secretary Phi Beta ' 36, ' 37, President ' 38, ' 39; Glee Club ' 36, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39, Accom- panist ' 37, ' 38, ' 39, Student Leader ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Inter-Fraternity Council ' 36, Vice-President ' 37; Treasurer Sophomore Class ' 36; Most Repre- sentative Sophomore ' 37; Most At- tractive Girl ' 37; Homecoming Spon- sor ' 36, ' 37; The Honor ' 38, ' 39; Torch and Scroll ' 38, President ' 39; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities ' 38, ' 39; Dean ' s List ' 38; Most Popular Girl ' 38, ' 39; Mu Society ' 36; Phi Society ' 36; Honor Roll ' 36, ' 37, ' 38; Freshman Advisor ' 38; Pi Kappa Phi Sweetheart ' 39; May Queen ' 39; Vice-President School of Music ' 38. DENTLER, RUTH ROMAINE DeLand, Florida Glee Club ' 36, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39; Hatte Art Club ' 39; Honor Roll ' 37; Home coming Hostess ' 39; Mu Omeg SKAGGS, VIRGINIA Miami, Florida B.M. Delta Delta Delta Glee Club ' 34, ' 35, ' 37, ' 38; Radio Chorus ' 38; Treasurer Student Body ' 38; Vice-President Freshman Class ' 34. SANDUSKY, ELIZABETH Arcadia, Florida Zeta Tau Alpha Pi Kappa Sigma ' 37, Secretary ' 38; Y.W.A. ' 37, ' 38; Hatter Art Club ' 38; W.A.A. ' 36, ' 37; Glee Club ' 36, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39. NEWLIN, RUTH ELIZABETH San Mateo, Florida A.B. Transfer Bob Jones College ' 37; Glee Club ' 37, ' 38; Vice-President Phi Beta ' 38. B.M. Zeta Tau Alpha sident Zeta Tau Alpha ' 39; Ti urer Phi Beta ' 37; President Pan- Hellenic Council ' 38; The Honor ' 38, ' 39; B.S.U. Council ' 38, ' 39; Glee Club ' 36, ' 37, ' 38, ' 39, Business Manager ' 38; Y.W.A. ' 36, ' 37; Pi Kappa Sigma ' 38; Inter-Fraternity Council ' 39; Radio Chorus ' 39; Sec- retary Sophomore Class ' 37; Treas- urer Junior Class ' 38; Secretary Stu- dent Body ' 39; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges ond Universities ' 39. stetson the school of tomorrow the hatter 1939 junior music First Row, Left to Right: BETTE BIRD Port Washington, N. Y. ELOISE R. KENNEDY High Springs, Fla. RUTH ANTOINETTE DAVIS DeLand, Fla. HELENE S. GOLDING Lakeland, Fla. SARAH ELIZABETH JAMESON Belle Glade, Fla. Second Row, Left to Right: ELIZABETH M. NICHOLSON DeLand, Fla. MARY CATHERINE SMITH Harlan, Ky. RHODA P. WEIMERT Buffalo, N. Y. to 1 - First Row, Left to Right: FRANCES ARNOLD WILLIAM S. Dayton, Tenn. CUSHING, JR. Ormond, Fla. BARDWELL M. VIRGINIA L. FRICK DONALDSON Homestead, Fla. Daytona Beach, Fla. Second Row, Left to Right: ROBERT R. McEMBER DeLand, Flo. BONNIE 1. PARKER ANN DOLORES ROHDE Bradenton, Fla. Beresford, Fla. JANE LEY SMITH Orlando, Flo. MILDRED T. WADE Leesburg, Fla. sophomore music the hatter 1939 freshman music First Row, Left to Right: FRANCES S. ARKLEY Miami, Flo. MARJORIE T. EMMETT Vero Beach, Fla. RUTH A. BOGENRIEF Orlando, Fla. RICHARD M. FEASEL DeLand, Fla. MARY E. BOSTICK Wauchula, Fla. MILDRED E. DICKERT Daytona Beach, Fla. Second Row, Left to Right: STANLEY L. FRANCK Cumberland, Va. HORACE C. HAWN New Smyrna Beach, Fla. LILLI GAININ DeLand, Fla. DORRIS H. HOLMAN St. Augustine, Fla. CESAR GONZALEZ Tampa, Fla. BARBARA J. HUNTER Live Oak, Fla. SIMON A. SMITH, JR. DeLand, Fla. u ;t J l % STETSON UNIVERSITY BAND JOHN J. HENEY, Director HORACE BILLS. Carl Hulbert. . Graham Selick . Tom Parker . . Tom Morris . . OFFICERS Drum Major FRANCES McGARRAH Lester K. Spear Captain . . . . 1 st Lieutenant Robert R. McEmber Corporal . . .2nd Lieutenant Lewis Wright Corporal Top Sergeant Marshall Arrington Corporal Sergeant Sidney Rubin Corporal MEMBERS Cornets Flutes Alto Clarinet String Bass Carl Hulbert Graham Selick Horace Hawn Frances McGarrah Gordon Booth Hugh Skinner Tom Parker Bass Clarinet Tubas William Girardeau Oboes Robert R. McEmbe Mary Ellen N cholson Lester K. Spear Robert Chesser Clarinets Dorris Holman French Horns Sydney Rubin English Horn William Cush ng Percussion Robert R. McEmbe Troy Jones S. A. Smith Leroy New Allan Covey Frances Inman Bassoon William Roseborough Edward New Bard we II Donaldsor Pierre Mahaffey Marshall Arrington Mildred Wade Saxophones Lewis Wright Bell Lyra Francis Smith Baritone Graham Gillespie Maurice Miller James Mulho land Le Vonde Samonds STETSON GLEE CLUB HAROLD MILNE GIFFIN, Director ROBERTA ORCUTT, Asst. Director Carl Hulbert. . . Edward Furlong Roy Kinsey . . . . Leader . . . .Bus. Mgr. . Publicity Mgr. OFFICERS Women ' s Club Jane McCarty Leader Josephine Osborne Bus. Mgr. Jean Gower Publicity Mgr. MEMBERS First Sopranos Frances Arkley V irginia Batchelder Henrietta Bryant Dorothy Day Marjone Emmett Beth Ford June Fields Patnc.a Givens Helene Golding Jean Gower Elizabeth Jameson Lela Mae Jennings Eloise Latham Celeste Maggard Helen McElmurray Evelyn McLean Maunne Nichols Barbara Peden Betty Welsh Virginia Wessman Firsf Tenors James Dyson James Golden John Jones J. B. Rogers Henry Roseberry Lyle Sherman Allen Spanier Powell Tucker Joseph Korpacz Second Sopranos Bette Bird Mary Elizabeth Bostick Mary Coen Hellon Ficquette Jo Beth Geer Ruth Hummell Dons Johnson Eloise Kennedy Jeanette Markham Helen Mathis Corrie Lou Mires Jecn Morris Ruth Morns Ruth Olson Betty Ann Parish Dorothy Roberts Eunice Webber Second Tenors David Bracey Harry Brooks Louis Champeau Harold Clark Carol Ezell Edward Furlong Carl Hulbert Hal Hunter James Lumpkin First Altos Frances Arnold Dorothy Lou Burgman Ruth Dentler Elizabeth Ellzey V.rgir Ha Mary Wiley Johnson Clarissa Lasseter Betty MclMeff Mary Lynn Morgan Nellie Mires Elizabeth Nicholson Josephine Osborne Martha Rogers Smith iith Baritones Cecil Butler Stanley Franck Lawrence Harts Troy Jones Maurice Miller Roy Kinsey Grafton Pyne Paul Stewart Clifford Wynns Second Altos Lillian Bryant Antoinette Davis Mildred Dickert Virginia Douglas L.lli Gainin Barbara Hunter Jean MacMurray Elizabeth McGinnes Ruth Newlin Thelma Preston Louise Randall Elizabeth Sandusky Virginia Skaggs Mildred Stewart Arlene Vinall Peggy Wood J. M. Albntton Robbins Rice Frank Smith Robert Wood Illllllllll STETSON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA WILLIAM H. BAILEY, Conductor OFFICERS Graham Selick .... Mildred Wade Robert R. McEmber . .President Ruth Bogenrief. . . Sec.-Treas. S. A. Smith. . . . . .Librarian William Cushing. .Publicity Mgr. . . .Stage Mgr. . . . Stage Mgr. First Violin Mildred Wade, Concert Master Cesar Gonzalez Verna Baer Horace Hawn Wilbur Kaye Ruth Bogenrief Second Violin Annie Rossiter Sara Hussey Mary Blackburn Nancy Rosseter Daphne Brownell Violas Aileen Worth Bonnie Parker Virginia Lennox Cellos Jean Botts Veronica Davis ary Clork Double Basses Oboes Robert R. McEmber Dorris Holman English Horn Robert R. McEmber Clarinets Sydney Rubin Richord Feasel Bassoons Bard well Donaldson Dolores Rohde Horns William Cushing Tom Morris Trumpets Carl Hulbert Gordon Booth Trombone Lewis Wright Saxophone Maurice Miller Percussion S. A. Smith Allan Covey Harp Le Vonde Samonds ■I ' Hs ■I BOOKT features sweethearts • snapshots ■ M iv-),; S i . Senior Most Likely To Succeed John Griffith " . . ii II - i : i ■ ' Most Popular Woman Jane McCarty ■ ■ fm im ■■ ■Hi 38 sis HSS SHI -. ' :;.. Hi Most Popular Man Willard Anderson Bli: S ueS hI P ; $i mm Most Versatile Woman Lydia Theurer BHRBP Most Versatile Man Tom Cobb ' ! -J | £ |BM -1 , if TUB ' . KB Most Intelligent Woman Jane Taft msm ■■•:.: -■ HB5! Most Intelligent Man George Schick Most Attractive Woman Mary Kay Burns Lw ■ ti ? HH ill % fli •EBB , ' .■;.,■: ' ' .. ■ gj a 4s ■■lilW Bit. ' . M V Rs Most Attractive Man Ward Hunter MSm JH iraPiiclS H | i V. - - u, : HI • ' i if r-.fl Most Athletic Man Lyndol Warren mm m Wffl Best Dressed Woman Grace Ahlers Best Dressed Man James Lumpkin at ■■ ' ■. 4 " V -C " . .. ' [? : ft • ■ ' ) • term $ ' . £ Homecoming Hostess Ruth Dentler DUN x.-r« ■■ nnpn ■■ • ' ■■•. SSB ■; : ' V L f-Jrl . •■ S w IOmFibuIi be Homecoming Mayor Lawrence Hartsfield fflMfe sweethearts Delta Sigma Phi Betty Lou Alexander Pi Kappa Phi Jane McCarty Sigma Nu Mary Kay Burns autocjlablts . . . snapshots m.mm, bid No. 9 Pinwheel Playhouse Revenge is sweet We Give up. What is it? Stetson Goats Forward Refer No. 5 Any cause for an effect See No. 7 The hour of charm Prelude to Platitudes Once upon a time there was a little girl The Last Mile Quote No. 1 Little Sir Echo Dime a dozen It ' s an ill wind It ' s simple, but we like it. Just a Mother Goose story, Petie Something to fall back on Always the gentleman God Willing Paid Advertisement Pole vaulting in the Stetson manner Presidential timber goes to pulp Shadow and Substance " I didn ' t know you cared, Sid " Relax and enjoy it, Hugh! Won ' t somebody buy my violets? Keep your eye on the bald! Automat at the Breakfast Table It can talk too With the greatest of ease We may call it madness . Synchro-smash drive Added distraction Martyr domo But that was many loves ago Stablemates Too true Open For Inspection " An ' I ups to him . . l i Happiness, Unlimited The Nazis are coming, hurray, hurray Athlete ' s Foot Send the light Camera Cater Prof. Winter ' s propaganda We-love-to-play-the-game boys In its accustomed style Good things come in small packages " Everything is lovely " Pride and Prejudice Consolation Prize Beaucoup chic BOOK 21 athletics M av v V A R S I T Y s p o R T S WARREN CASSIUS COWELL GEORGE CHESTER FREEMAN football the season STETSON 16— FLORIDA 14, AT GAINESVILLE September 24 will go down in Stetson ' s history as the most important day of 1938. It is the day that a determined squad of Hatters, who were conceded absolutely no chance to win, journied to Gainesville and defeated the highly rated Florida Gators to give Stetson its first victory over Florida in 29 years. This was a team victory. Coaches Cowell and Freeman and every man on the Hatter squad worked together in perfect harmony to make the win pos- sible. Led by their 17 seniors who had twice met defeat at the hands of the Gators, the Hatters were sparked with the idea that they could not lose. It was actual proof of the old adage that a team that won ' t be beat can ' t be beat. It was a game in which every man was an individual star, working with his team-mates to achieve that which meant most to him — a victory over the University of Florida. Stetson — Rollins 18, at Home The Hatters, bruised and weary from the Florida battle, fell before the fast, clever Rollins Tars. Led by Daughtery and Justice, the Tars outplayed the Hatters in every department of the game, scoring in each of the last three quarters. Rollins capitalized on two Stetson fumbles for their first two touch- downs and intercepted a wild Hatter pass in the waning minutes of the game for their third score. Stetson 28 — South Georgia Teachers 0, at Home Staging a complete reversal of form, the Hatters ran at will over the light Georgians gaining 375 yards for 22 first downs while holding the Teachers to 38 yards and 3 first downs. Hardy carried the pigskin for three of the Hatter scores and Willie Anderson ' s educated toe added the extra point after each touchdown Schaefer played his usual brilliant game at end. Stetson 7 — Wofford 6, at Spartansburg, S. C. On the third play of the game, Hilton of Wofford sped around end for the longest run of the year against the Hatters, a 69 yard touchdown jaunt. Wofford grimly retained their lead until the Hatters drove for a touchdown and an extra point in the third quarter to gain the ascendancy. The final quarter was all Stetson with the Hatters driving toward another touchdown when the game ended. Stetson 33 — Erskine 14, at Home Stetson, eager to avenge an upset defeat handed them by the Seceders last year, started things off with a bang when Warren broke loose on the first play for a 70 yard run. The Hatters showed a fine passing attack, as well as a good ground game, with Warren and Lowery throwing and Swanson and McClelland doing the receiving. Cotton starred for Erskine, catching a 20 yard pass and running the remaining 60 yards for a touchdown. Stetson 42 — Tampa O, at Tampa Keyed to top form, the Hatters gave Tampa the worst trouncing in their history, making 6 touchdowns and 6 extra points. It made no difference who was in the game, the Hatters still continued to score, making it a complete field day. Every man saw action and contributed to the victory. It was a great day for the Green and White. Stetson 13 — Oglethorpe 7, Homecoming Outplayed by a strong Oglethorpe team during the first half, the Hatters came back after the intermission to score twice and make 1938 a perfect Homecoming. Both teams bogged down by the boiling sun, Stetson took to the air for both her scores, with Cobb and Parmley each taking passes for touchdowns. Captain Frison, Butler, and Mason stood out in the Hatter line. Stetson 6 — Presbyterian 7, at Daytona Beach Swept off their feet by the fast-charging Blue Stockings, the Hatters went down to their second defeat of the season. Trailing 7 to in the fourth quarter, Stetson rallied, and, under Darst ' s leadership, marched to within striking distance of the goal, where Warren took a lateral for th e score The opportunity to tie was lost when the kick went wide. Stetson 6 — Rollins 6, at Orlando Out to redeem their previous defeat by the Tars, the Hatters battled them- selves into a 6 to lead, only to see Rollins score in the closing minutes to turn victory into a tie. Warren broke loose around end for the Hatter score in the second period, while Daughtery crashed over for the Tar ' s tieing tally. The line play of Vann, Kirkland, and Minehart stood out for the Hatters in this closing game of a thrilling season. basketbal th e season Stetson ' s basketball team, captained by Skeet Cobb, enjoyed a fine season, winning 14 and losing 7 games during the season ' s play. Coach Freeman ' s legal business forced him to leav e in mid-season, but Coach Cowell took over and continued Free- man ' s fine record. Stetson 15 — North Carolina State 25 Stetson 20 — Wofford 21 Stetson 32 — Newberry 26 Stetson 31 — Wofford 33 Stetson 27 — Newberry 23 Although leading 1 2 to 11 at the half, the Hatters could not penetrate the tight Tar- heel defense in the second period and fell before the strong Southern conference team. Kirkland led Stetson with 10 points Then, failing to find the range of the basket, Stetson ' s hcopsters dropped two games to Wofford. In both games the lead changed continually with the final result uncer- tain until the end. Stetson broke into the win column by taking two games from the Newberry Indians, a large team which was no match for the more aggressive Hatters. Stetson 44 — Union 40 Stetson 29 — Florida 32 Stetson 49 — Union 41 Stetson 26 — Florida 28 With Minehart leading the way with 14 points in the first game, and with Swanson flipping 16 the second night, the Hatters took two smooth games from the strong Union team of Kentucky. Dame Fortune looked the other way as Stetson lost two hair-raisers to Florida. Zand- zukis took matters in his own hands, scoring 15 points in the first game for the Gators. The second game at Gainesville was nip and tuck all the way, Florida scoring the winning basket in the last seconds of play. Stetson 47 — Havana 21 Stetson 49 — Florida Southern 23 Stetson 48 — Havana 35 Stetson 37 — Florida Southern 30 Stetson coasted to two easy victories over a fast but erratic Cuba team. The invaders were unable to match the superior team play of the more experienced Hatters. Scoring at will on Southern in their first encounter, the Hatters found a greatly im- proved Southern club in their second meeting. Southern jumped into an early lead, but the Hatters passed them just before the half and retained their lead until the end. Stetson 50 — Rollins 25 Stetson 42 — Erskine 25 Stetson 54 — Rollins 25 Stetson 52 — Erskine 37 Led by Swanson with 14 points in the first game, and by Captain Cobb with 13 points in the second, Stetson proceeded to double the score in both encounters with the Tars. Showing their best form of the season, Stetson ' s basketeers trounced Erskine in both games held in Hulley gvm. Erskine, one of the leoding South Carolina teams, just wasn ' t a match for the Green and White. Stetson 29 — Erskine 33 Stetson 42 — Newberry 36 Stetson 34 — Presbyterian 28 Stetson 29 — Newberry 29 The Hatters split even on their road trip, winning and losing two. Coppola of New- berry and McDonald of Erskine were the deciding factors in the games the Hatters lost. Swanson was the big gun of the Stetson attack, making 43 points in three games. Stetson 23 — Louisiana Normal 32 Matched against the seeded Louisiana Teachers in the annual S.I. A. A. Conference tournament, the Hatters fell before fast and accurate playing. Kirkland scored 1 1 points to lead the Hatters baseball the season Stetson ' s Independent baseball team, coached by Doc Johnson and captained by Jack Gore turned out to be giant killers by defeating some of the finest college baseball teams in the South. Playing with practically no practice, the Hatters defeated Florida, Georgia, Havana, and Raiford, with Tampa and Rollins yet to be played. Prospects look bright for an even better season next year with several promising freshmen eligible to meet conference foes, offsetting the loss of Warren, Clonts, and Gore. Negotiations are already under way to meet some of the finest teams in the country next year, including Michigan State, Notre Dame, Auburn, Duke, and Vanderbilt. It is the hope of the team that baseball will be a varsity sport and that there will be a baseball diamond on Hulley field. Jack Gore, Capt. OFFICIALS Doc Johnson Coach Clyde Ham Stetson Stetson Stetson Stetson Stetson 3- 3- 8- 4- 5- -Raiford 1 —Georgia 14 —Georgia 5 -Rollins 14 —Havana 7 Stetson Stetson Stetson Stetson Stetson 6- 5- 4- 10- 0- —Havana 5 -Rollins 7 -Florida 15 —Florida 5 -Tampa 12 Players not photographed: Chandler, Lowery, Wagner and Warren. tennis— the season Led by Captain Billy Davis, Stetson ' s young and inexperienced tennis team undertook the most difficult schedule yet slated for the Hatter racket-wielders. Playing such fine teams as Furman, Georgia, Florida, Mississippi, Clemson, Rollins, and Wofford, the Stetson netmen lost a majority of their matches but gained much experience for next season. With every man back for com- petition next year, the Hatters are looking forward to a fine season in 1940 DAVIS Copt. GRANBERRY INTRAMURALS Managers of the intramural teams with Doc Johnson, the director. Badminton title went to Furlong and Segard representing Conrad Hall. Handball was won by Pi Kappa Phi ' s Nelson, Newett, and Buschman. Horseshoes were best tossed by Hussey, Lowery, and MacMillan of the Sigma Nu ' s. Basketball honors were garnered by the Delta Sig ' s, led by Mathis. Ping Pong went to the Pi Kap ' s again, with Kirkland, Staff, Gaughan and Newett playing the matches. Touch Football was won by the Pi Kap ' s after the Delta Sig ' s had given them a hard fight. Volley Ball proved a triumph for Delta Sigma Phi again this year. A • Ifln aML ?«tel frosh footbali the season The Hatter freshmen, coached by Emmett Clonts, won and lost two games, splitting their four-game schedule. Playing the Rollins frosh twice, the Baby Hatters dropped their first game 7 to 6, but came back to trounce the young Tars 13 to in their second encounter. The Stetson frosh were overwhelmed 38 to after traveling to Miami to meet the large and numerous Baby Hurri- canes. They ended their season with a victory against the Daytona Beach Hi Hats, 14 to 0, in Daytona Beach. Some fine material was uncovered which is expected to be a great aid to the varsity club next fall. 1 t ' ! i i ■ ) r i " i 1 i t»i ' -Ifc BIT. 22 -i. . - . i ' 1 J 1 V V V frosh basketball the season Coached by Brady Cowell, the freshmen went through a fine season, winning seven games against only two defeats. Twice the Baby Hatters defeated Dqytona Beach, state high school champions, in hard, close games. Other victims of the Stetson freshmen were West Palm Beach Junior College and four independent teams. They lost close games to St. Petersburg Junior College and Sparks Theaters of Daytona Beach. Many of these freshmen are expected to win berths on the varsity squad next year. -r. r -, • i P @ A P p] P- „ ' : ■ ■ • r , -p lO ' (9c,C 0| r? g S " CLUB Since it was founded in 1936, the " S " Club has had as its purpose the devel- opment of sportsmanship and the promotion of athletic achievement in the University. Membership is restricted to men winning varsity letters, and all of these men are devoted to the high scholastic and athletic ideals of their organization. Officers Charles Butler President Gustav Swanson Vice-President Edwin Mason Secretary Charles Cobb Treasurer Robert Anderson Willard Anderson Lynwood Arnold Lynwood Cheatham Emmett Clonts Russell Darst Fritz Drake Rodney Durrance Donald Frison Edward Furlong Members Robert Gaughan Hall Godbold Jack Gore John Griffith Troy Hall Larry Hardy Wyman Harvard Tom Kirkland Harris Lowery George McClelland Walter McDonnell Alex Mathis Frank Minehart Clifford Parmley Royal Raidle Stewart Ryan Dick Sauls Vincent Schaefer Lanier Smith Harold Vann Lyndol Warren w o M s E p N o S R T S NELLE BURCH CAMPBELL Director of Women ' s Physical Education SARA ELSIE STAFF Asst. Director ,.■? " -- WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Officers Doris Butler President Frances Hammond Vice-President Esther Hick Secretary Carlotta Washburne Treasurer Jane Cooper Recorder of Points The Women ' s Athletic Association is an organization for all University women Its purpose is the promotion of sports and the development of fel- lowship in social contacts. Among its activities are the sponsorship of the intramural league and of high school and collegiate play days. Outstanding events of the W.A.A. year are the Rollins-Stetson play days, All-State Sports Day, and the Water Carnival. Individual interest in athletics is promoted through the awarding of letters to all women earning sufficient points. Chief long-term project of the W.A.A. is still the erection of a swimming pool, and toward this end the organization sponsored Stetson ' s first " Artists and Models " musical revue. BOOK 211 fsfc £fc Mi organizations fraternities • advertisements o± ft e P IP U-l MYSTIC KREWE Officers First Sem ester Thomas Cobb Captain Willard Anderson First Mate Carl Hulbert .... Second Mate John Griffith Boatswain Master of Arms Officers Second Semester John Griffith Captain Harmon Harper First Mate Lester K. Spear Second Mate Gustav Swanson Boatswain Charles Butler Master of Arms Members Willard Anderson Jack Gore Paul McEntire A. Richard Baldwin John Griffith Milton Magenheim Robert Barnett Harmon Harper Ed Mason Horace Bills Carl Hulbert Ralph Odum Charles Butler Ward Hunter Wilton Rowe Tom Cobb Francis Knorr Lester K. Spear Donald Frison Gadi Lowton Gustav F. Swanson VANCE THACKER ANDERSON CULP SAWYER ARRINGTON BARNETT CARTER CLARK CLOW COEN DENTLER GRAHAM HOBBS HUMMEL MARTIN ROBINSON SWANSON WEBBER WILLIAMS WOLFE MU OMEGA XI National Scholarship Fraternity Beta Chapter Established in 1933 Colors — Black and Red Officers Willard Anderson President Lois Thacker Vice-President Margaret Culp Secretory Betty Jayne Sawyer Treasurer Dr. C. B. Vance Faculty Advisor Faculty Members Edith Arrington Robert Barnett Louise Carter Sarah E. Clark Jeanette Clow Mary Coen Ruth Dentler Dorothy Graham Frances Hobbs Ruth Hummel Inez Martin Betty Robinson Gustav Swanson Eunice Webber Roger Williams Alice Wolfe Mrs. Sue Burns Nelle B. Campbell Veronica Davis Harry C. Garwood John J. Heney Sara Staff Harry S. Winters Aileen Worth Oof) f m LINSON ALEXANDER McCLURE ORUM BARNETT McENTIRE Mccarty bateson bowen ogilvie olliff MACHEN FAULKNER ORCUTT SCHICK HOOKS THEURER THE ORDER OF THE TORCH AND SCROLL Honorary Society of Scholarship and Leadership Founded January 14, 1926 Colors — Crimson and Old Gold Officers Jane McCarty President Ruth Orum Vice-President Myra Machen Keeper of the Seal Betty Linson Clerk George Schick Treasurer Members Harriet Alexander Donald Faulkner Frances Ogilvie Robert Barnett Helen Hooks Evelyn Olliff Howard Bateson Marjorie McClure Roberta Orcutt Olga Bowen Willie Dee McEntire Lydia Theurer J ELKS BENNETT LINSON ALEXANDER HAMMOND JOHNSON MAIER STEPHENS DAVIS MORRIS TAFT WOMEN ' S STUDENT GOVERNMENT Campus Council Alzada Bennett President Kathryn Jelks Vice-President Frances Coe Maier Secretary Frances Hammond Treasurer Doris Johnson Representative-at-Large Edna Stephens Sergeant-at-Arms Town Council Elizabeth Linson President Harriet Alexander Vice-President Roberta Morris Secretary Antoinette Davis Treasurer Jane Taft Social Chairman ALEXANDER BASS GOWER HAMMOND LINSON McCARTY ORUM OSBORNE BENNETT HANDLEY McCLURE ROSS McCULLOUGH TURNER JELKS JENNINGS MACHEN MAIER MASSEY SMITH STEVENS TAFT CLARK COEN DAVIS JOHNSON JOHNSON KENNEDY MIRES MORRIS OLLIFF THACKER WEBBER WOOD FRESHMAN ADVISERS In May, 1938, the plan of Freshman Advisers was instituted by the Dean of Women. Thirty- two Stetson women were selected on the basis of qualities of leadership to assist in making and carrying out Freshman Week Program. They made possible a more effective Guidance Pro- gram for freshman women throughout the year and created a finer spirit of cooperation. Harriet Alexander Helen Bass Alzada Bennett Sarah E. Clark Mary Coen Antoinette Davis J eon Gower Frances Hommond Emmalme Handley Kathryn Jelks Jackie Jennings Doris Johnson Helen Johnson Eloise Kennedy Elizabeth Linson Jane McCarty Marjorie McClure Myra Machen Frances Coe Maier Carolyn Massey Corrie Lou Mires Roberta Morris Evelyn Oil iff Ruth Orum Josephine Osborne Prudence Ross Jean Smith Barbara Moore Stevens Jane Taft Lois Thacker Eunice Webber Margoret Wood Lola B. McCollough, Dean of Women Etter M. Turner, Assistant Deon of Women O f) BARNETT CULP DARDEN McCONNELL McENTIRE BATESON GLOVER MAGENHEIM GREEN MARTINO SPEAR HARPER MATHIS ORUM HOBBS HOOKS MORRIS ROSS BOLTON HUIE SAWYER BROWNELL HUMMEL LUMPKIN THEURER WALKUP PI GAMMA MU National Social Science Honor Society Founded at Southwestern College in 1924 Florida Gamma Chapter Established in 1934 Off icers Lester K. Spear. . . . Ruth Orum Howard Boteson President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Active Members Robert Barnett Marion Bolton Daphne Brownell Margaret Culp Woodrow Darden Marjorie Glover Harold Green Harmon Harper Frances Hobbs Helen Hooks Ed Huie Ruth Humme! Faculty James Lumpkin Dorothy McConnell Angelo Martino Alex Mathis Milton Magenheim Paul McEntire Members Tom Morris Ruth Orum Prudence Ross Betty Jayne Sawye Lester Spear Lydia Theurer Edwin Walkup Dr. Willis N. Boer Mr. Howard Bateson Mrs. Sue Burns Dean G. Prentice Carson Dr. R. E. Clark Dr. lola K. Eastburn Dr. Charles A. Fisher Prof. Ha Dr. H. C. Garwood Mr. C. Addison Hickman Mr. Carl H. Johnson Dr. Leighton G. LaFuze Mrs. Dee McEntire Dr. Frances C. Thornton Miss Etter Turner ry S. Winters BURNS SANDUSKY LINSON WASHBURNE EZELL RODGERS PI KAPPA SIGMA National Educational Society Founded 1 894 Alpha Theta Chapter Established in 1929 Colors — Turquoise and Gold Flowers — Jonquil and Forget-Me-Not Officers Betty Linson President Carlotta Washburne Vice-President Elizabeth Sandusky Secretary Martha Osgood Rodgers Treasurer Mrs. Sue Burns Faculty Advisor Dr. Boyce F. Ezell Faculty Advisor BOLTON CLARK COEN DAVIS HAMMOND HOBBS HOOKS KILGORE McCONNELL MARTIN OSBORNE OWENS PENNINGTON PRESTON SMITH PI KAPPA SIGMA MEMBERS Marion Bolton Helen Hooks Julia Ann Pennington Sarah Elizabeth Clark Mildred Kilgore Thelma Preston Mary Coen Betty Linson Martha Rodgers Antoinette Davis Dorothy McConnell Elizabeth Sandusky Frances Hammond Inez Martin Alice Smith Frances Hobbs Josephine Osborne Mildred Owens Carlotta Washburne fs Lfc J t4 ft P % 0 0£ BAER FISHER SPEAR SMITH ROSS HICKMAN LARCOM ALBRITTON BLOUNT CHESMAN COOPER GRIFFITH GRUBBS HALSTEAD HAMRICK HUIE KARNS KNIGHT KUMMER LOVELACE MARTIN MEEKS MERRITT MIRES OLLIPHANT RUBIN SIM PSON SMITH STAFF WESSMAN WILSON WIMBERLY WOOD STETSON COMMERCE CLUB Founded in May, 1937 Purpose — To promote scholarship; to facilitate contact with the commercial world; and to stimulate discussion and constructive thinking in the field of commerce and business. Officers Millard B. Smith President Lester K. Spear Vice-President Prudence Ross Secretary-Treasurer Active Members J. M. Albritton Robert Karns Harvey Olliphant Barbara Blount Mary Ella Knight Sidney Rubin Thelma Chesman Charles Kummer Mary E. Simpson Jane Cooper William Lovelace Harold Smith William Griffith Inez Martin Russert Staff Lillian Grubbs Valjean Meeks Virginia Wessman William Halstead Irving Merritt Fred Wilson D. J. Hamrick Corrie Lou Mires William Wimberly Edward Huie Faculty Members Margaret Wood Dr. W. N. Baer Dr. C. A. Fisher Dr. R. C. Larcom Mr. C. Addison H ckman kp mm ft ft A 4. . . M ARRINGTON HAMMOND RANDALL SMITH WILLIAMS WEB8ER BROWN CLOW DRAKE FRISON GODBOLD GOWER GRIFFITH HARPER HICK LANG LINSON McCARY MORRIS OGILVIE OOSTDAM PERKINS TURNER WASHBURNE WOLFE BETA KEY Honorory Biology Organization Founded September, 1937 Colors — Hemoglobin Red and Chlorophyll Green Flower — Rose Officers Louise Randall President Roger Williams Vice-President Eunice Webber Secretary Frances Hammond Treasurer Dr. Cornelia M. Smith Faculty Advisor Members Roy Angel 1 John Griffith Frances May Ogilvie Edith Arrington Frances Hammond Mathilda Oostdam Mildred Brown Harmon Harper Ella May Perkins Jeanette Clow Esther Hick Louise Randall Francis Drake Andrew Lang Vernon Turner Don Frison Betty Linson Carlotta Washburne Dorothy Fuller Marjorie McCary Eunice Webber Hall Godbold Roberta Morris Roger Williams Jean Gower Alice Wolfe GAMMA SIGMA EPSILON Honorary Chemical Fraternity Founded — 1932 Colors — Black and White Officers Raymond Craig G.and Alchemist Eleanor Warner Recorder Ehzobeth Linson Visor Richard Baldwin . . Electron ot the Black Arts Dr. John Conn Faculty Advisor Members Roy Angel I Roy Francis Drake Marshall Arrington Ruth Olson Donald Frison Bearden Cunningham Louis Harry Jerger Founded — 1928 Virginia Batchelder Arnold Hayes Eva Meserve Gustav Swanson NEWTON CLUB Honorary Mathematics Society Colors — Infra Red and Ultra Violet Officers Elizabeth Linson President Raymond Craig Vice-President Robert Wood Secretary Prof. Donald Faulkner Faculty Advisor Members Lois Walker Dr. John F. Conn Roger Weaver Dr. Russell C. Larcom Dr. Robert I. Allen Prof. Curtis M. Lowry Dr. Charles B. Vonce SIGMA PI SIGMA Honorary Physics Society Founded in 1921 Alpha lota Chapter Established in 1937 Officers Robert J. Wood President Millard B. Smith Vice-President Gustav Swanson Secretary J. Allen Webster Treasurer Members Carroll P. Ezell Prof. Donald Faulkner Dr. Robert I. Allen Dr. Charles B. Vonce Linson Craig Wood Swonson Arrington Baldwin Cunningham Drake Ezell Frison Jerger Olson 4k » Ibl4 A% mU Smith Warner Batchelder Hayes Meserve Walker Weaver Allen Conn Faulkner Larcom Lowry Vance P ! p CI 9 THETA ALPHA PHI Honorary Dramatic Fraternity Florida Alpha Chapter Established December, 1919 Colors — Purple and White Publication — " The Cue ' Grace Ahlers David Bracey Robert Carswell Sarah E. Clark Willa Mae Crosby Bearden Cunningham Charlotte Ferguson Officers David Bracey President Myra Machen Vice-President James Lumpkin Secretary Paul McEntire Treasurer Willa Mae Crosby Historian Dee Willian McEntire Faculty Advisor Members In Universirare Hal Hall Brunelle Holder Frank Knorr Hugh Latimer James Lumpkin Marjorie McClure Paul McEntire Myra Machen Kay Mercer Lillian Preston Mrs. Irving C. Stover Lydia Theurer Frances Winters Howard Bateson Donald Faulkner October 21, 22 November 17, 18 December 1 9 January 14 February 1 7, 1 8 March 3, 4 March 24, 25 April 21, 22 May 4 June 3 Harold Griffin Dee Willian McEntire Irving C. Stover Lewis H. Tribble PLAY SCHEDULE FOR THE SEASON 1938-1939 " First Lady " Comedy, by Dalton and Kaufman " The Emperor Jones " Drama, by Eugene O ' Neill " The Coming of the King " Christmas Play, by John Masefield Workshop Plays " The Admirable Crichton " Comedy, by Sir James M. Barrie " The Chocolate Soldier " Comedy, by Oscar Straus " Androcles and the Lion " Comedy, by George Bernard Shaw " No More Peace " Satiric Comedy, by Ernst Toller Workshop Plays " A Comedy of Errors " . . . .Commencement Play, by William Shakespeare MEMBERS Crosby Ahlers Corswell Cunninghom Ferguson Holl Theurer Winters Faculty: Giffin McEntire Stover Tribble f . » T he Hatters ART CLUB PRESIDENT- THELMA PROTON V PRESIDENT- JEAN IMITH SEr -TREV DOROTHY SCHNEIDER SPOWOR- EDITH HhWtV ■en lf i EASTBURN THEURER SCHICK SWANSON BATESON ARRINGTON BALDWIN BATCHELDER BOTTS GRIFFITH JERGER LINSON OGILVIE RANDALL RUSSELL TIBBALS WARNER WILLIAMSON DER STUDENTEN VEREIN Founded at Stetson University in 1937 Member of the Interscholastic Federation of German Clubs Officers George Schick President Gustav Swanson Secretary Lydia Theurer Treasurer lola K. Eastbum Faculty Advisor Members lola K. Eastbum Marshall Arrington Jerry Griffith George Schick A. Richard Baldwin Harry Jerger Gustav Swanson Virginia Batchelder Elizabeth Linson Lydia Theurer Howard L. Bateson Frances Ogilvie H. Munson Tibbals Jean Botts Louise Randall Eleanor Warner Bearden Cunningham Ralph Russell Lillian Williamson THORNTON GOWER TAFT ROBINSON BATESON BEA5LEY BENNETT BISSET CLARK CLARSON CLOW COTTER FLETCHER JORDAN HUMMEL JOHNSON KNOX McCONNELL McCUTCHEON MARTIN MESERVE OLLIFF RUIZ SCHICK STAFFORD WENTE LE CERCLE FRANCAIS Founded at Stetson University January 6, 1938 Officers Jane Taft President Jean Gower Secretary Elizabeth Robinson Treasurer Dr. Frances Thornton Faculty Advisor ' Howard L. Bateson Faculty Advisor Members Mary Beasley " Alzada Bennett Katherine Bisset " Sarah Elizabeth Clark " Dorothea Clarson " Jeanette Clow Mildred Cotter Jean Fletcher " Ray Jordan " Jean Gower " Ruth Hummel Helen Johnson Penelope Knox Josephine Loomis " Dorothy McConnell Lorraine McCutcheon Margaret Martin Charter members of Pi Upsilon Chapter of Beta Pi Theta, National Honorary French Fra ternity. Eva Meserve " Evelyn Olliff " Elizabeth Robinson " M. Hortensia Ruiz " George Schick " Ralph Stafford " Jane Taft Jane Wente O V-; ARJONA BATE50N ORUM THACKER PRESTON BENNETT EASTBURN CARSWELL CARTER GONZALEZ HARPER HODGES MARTINO WINTERS MESERVE PRESTON RUIZ SMITH WASHBURNE WEBB WEBBER WOLFE SIGMA DELTA PI Lo Sociedad Nacional Hispanica Founded 1919 Colors — Red and Gold Alpha Kappa Chapter Flower — Red Carnation Officers Ruth E. Orum President Lois Thacker Vice-President Howard Bateson Treasurer Thelma Preston Recording Secretary Alzada Bennett Corresponding Secretary Dr. Doris King Arjona Faculty Advisor Active Members Robert Carswell Angelo Martino Wallace Smith Louise Carter Eva Meserve Carlotta Washburne Cesar Gonzalez Lillian Preston Relda Webb Harmon Harper Hortensia Ruiz Alice Wolfe Doris Hodges Eunice Webber Honorary Members Dr. Doris King Arjona Dr. lola K. Eastburn Miss Gertrude Foster Mr. Howard Bateson Prof. Harry S. Winters BAPTIST STUDENT UNION COUNCIL HORACE BILLS President SARAH ELIZABETH CLARK First Vice-President J. M. ALBRITTON Second Vice-President DR H. C. GARWOOD Faculty Advisor HARVEY OLLIPHANT Treasurer EUNICE L. WEBBER Secretory ROGER E. WILLIAMS Third Vice-President KATHLEEN ROWE Publicity Director LOIS WALKER 3aptist Student Magazine Representative JOSEPHINE OSBORNE Music Chairman JOHN B. McCALL Ministerial President J. L. GREENE Volunteer Band Representative J. B. RODGERS j W " 5 S. Superintendent WESLEY C. ZUBER T. U. Director DORIS M. JOHNSON Y. W. A. President HAMILTON MARTIN Town Representative MARTHA B. RODGERS Life Service Band Representative EVA MESERVE Vesper Chairman ■ ' rs rs r s rs it , Jyf Jt ' A aa ' : a Ql P p f ' P P u ' A - v a S0 ( garwood southerland mccall weaver oaks wolfe arnold barfield bills dickson ehlhardt green greene griffin harris hunt jones kicklighter knight lavender lunsford lytle Mcdowell miller smith Strickland tsuchiya whitney williams yeargin MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION j Officers John G. McCall President Roger Weaver Vice-President William H. Oaks Secretary and Treasurer James Southerland Devotional Chairman Billy Wolfe Reporter Wilson Spahn Secretary of Activities Dr. H. C. Garwood Faculty Advisor Members Patrick Arnold Cecil Jones William H. Oaks Olif Barfield Robert Kicklighter Liddon Sheridan Horace Bills Francis Knight Frank Smith John M. Dickson Whitney Lavender James Southerland George Ehlhardt Jiles Lunsford Wilson Spahn Harold Green Howard Lytle William C. Strickland J. L. Greene John G. McCall H. K. Tsuchiya Charles Griffin Noah McDowell Roger Weaver Ralph Harris Paul Martin John Whitney Joe W. Hough Horace Meader Roger Williams John Hunt Arvel Miller Billy Wolfe Hoi Hunter Ben Yeargin VOLUNTEER BAND Founded in 1937 Officers J. L. Green President Ella Moy Perkins Vice-President Ralph Russell Secretary Harriet Alexander Music Director Edgelle Henry Faculty Advisor Members Harriet Alexander EJizobeth Ford J. L. Greene Mayo Holdeman Ralph McCullough Robert Moore Ella May Perkins Ralph Russell Eunice Webber f ae $ ALEXANDER PERKINS GREENE RUSSELL HENRY FORD HOLDEMAN McCULLOUGH MOORE WEBBER LIFE SERVICE BAND Founded in 1937 Officers Martha Rodgers President Charles Griffin Vice-President Eva Meserve Secretary Carolyn Massey Treasurer Mabel Southerland Program Chairman Florence Proctor Tract Chairman Members Sarah Elizabeth Clark Mary Coen Mary Conte Helen Ficquette Charles Griffin Doris Johnson Berta Mae King Mary Lee Carolyn Massey Helen Mathis Eva Meserve Florence Proctor Martha Rodgers Kathleen Rowe Mabel Southerland Wesley Zuber Associate Member Harvey Olliphant MESERVE RODGERS GRIFFIN MASSEY UTHERLAND PROCTOR CLARK COEN CONTE FICQUETTE JOHNSON LEE MATHIS OLLIPHANT ROWE ZUBER HARTSFIELD KAPPA KAPPA PSI National Honorary Band Fraternity Founded at Oklahoma State College in 1919 Alpha Xi Chapter Established in December, 1935 J Colors — Blue and White " jggSMKF Flower — Red Carnation Officers Lester K. Spear President Thomas Parker Vice-President Thomas Morris Secretary Lawrence S. Hartsfield Treasurer Lewis Wright Editor Active Members Horace Bills Robert McEmber Francis Smith Thomas Cobb Thomas Morris S. A. Smith A. D. Covey Thomas Parker Lester K. Spear Richard Feasel Richard Simms Lewis Wright Faculty Members John J. Heney Howard Bateson WADE ARKLEY PHI BETA National Professional Fraternity of Music and Dramatic Art Founded at Northwestern University, 1912 Eta Chapter Established in December, 1921 Colors — Violet and Gold Flower — Rose Officers Jane McCarty President Ruth Newlin Vice-President Bonnie Parker Secretary Mildred Wade Treasurer Josephine Osborne Historian Miss Veronica Davis Faculty Advisor Frances Arkley Ruth Bogenrief Rosemary Clark Helene Golding Members and Pledges Jane McCarty Ruth Newlin Josephine Osborne Bonnie Parker Barbara Peden Dolores Rohde Mildred Wade PHI ALPHA DELTA LAW FRATERNITY Founded in 1 1 David J. Brewer Chapter Founded in 1915 Colors — Purple and Gold Officers Elwyn Middleton Justice Emmett Clonts Vice-Justice Grady Crawford Secretary William Randall Slaughter Treasurer Aubrey Stoudenmire Marshall L. H. Tnbble Faculty Advisor Harold Boire John Cherry Emmett Clonts Grady Crawford Hal Dekle Larry DeShaw Mac Ferguson Troy Hall Ward Hunter Active Members Luke Kaleel Tom Kirkland Harris Lowery Merle McElroy Neil MacMillan Ed Mason Elwyn Middleton Harry Newett Royal Raidle J. B. Rodgers Wilton Rowe Ponce DeLeon Sandlin John Sherman W. Randall Slaughter Aubrey Stoudenmire Carl Teague Tom Watson William Zachary Robert Anderson John Cicero Frank Davis William Denham Pledges Rodney Durrance Fred Fitzgerald James Nelson Richard Sauls James Stone Edwin Strickland Donald Strong Harold Vann Claude H. Brown Faculty Members James J. Lenoir L. H. Tribble li S m « r r t Fl • CRAWFORD TRIBBLE HUNTER RAIDLE ANDERSON NELSON CLONTS BOIRE KIRKLAND RODGERS CICERO SAULS MIDDLETON CHERRY LOWERY ROWE DAVIS STONE DEKLE MacMILLAN TEAGUE DENHAM STRICKLAND SLAUGHTER FERGUSON MASON WATSON DURRANCE STRONG STOUDENMIRE HALL NEWETT ZACHARY FITZGERALD VANN o ± t - SCURLOCK COBB HOUGHTON BE ATT IE ROBERTSON SIGMA NU PHI Men ' s Legal Fraternity Founded at National University School of Law in 1902 John Marshall Chapter Established April 23, 1915 Colors — Purple and Gold Flower — White Carnation Gladstone Beattie, Jr. Robert L. Callison Thomas Cobb Robert W. Frazier Officers Clyde E. Homage Chancellor Robert L. Callison Vice-Chancellor William H. Houghton Master of Rolls Robert Scurlock Treasurer Gladstone Beottie, Jr Correspondent Arthur Robertson, Jr Marshal Members Clyde Harnage William Houghton Robert Linson Paul McEntire Ralph Odum Arthur Robertson Robert Scurlock Faculty Members C. R. M. Sheppard rs rs «M A STOVER CICERO KIPP CLARK LAWTON HARPER CLARK OLLIPHANT BALDWIN CLARSON SCHNEIDER CULP SIMPSON THEURER GRAHAM TAFT PI KAPPA DELTA Officers Harmon Harper President Richard Baldwin Vice-President Lydia Theurer Scertary-Treasurer Dr. Irving C. Stover Faculty Advisor Members Richard Baldwin Margaret Culp Harvey OHiphont John Cicero Vance Graham Dorothy Schneider Harold Clark Harmon Harper Mary Elizabeth Simpson Sarah Elizabeth Clark Gordon Kipp Jane Tatt Dorothea Clarson Gadi Lawton Lydia Theurer THE 1939 SEASON Nov. 19 — Second Annual Florida Practice Tournament, initiated and sponsored by Stetson. Nov. 30 - Dec. 10 — Strawberry Leaf Tournoment ond Northern tour. Feb. 16 — Harper and Baldwin at DeLand Kiwanis Club. March 3 — Rubin and Clark meet Florida Southern College. March 17 — Harper and Graham meet the Univ. of North Carolina at Pierson. April 1 - 8 — Southern Association of Teachers of Speech Tournament and the Congress of Human Relations at Baton Rouge, La. April 15 — High School District Debate Tournament held at Stetson. April 17 — Lawton and Rubin meet the University of Florida. April 27 - 29 — Pi Kappa Delta Province Tournament ot Farmville, Va. V k v J DEBATE The 1939 debate season opened with Prof. C. Addison Hickman taking Baldwin, Graham, Harper, and Lawton to Winthrop ' s Strawberry Leaf Tournament in South Carolina, November 30. Touring north as far as New York, the debaters met teams from the University of Pennsylvania, Temple, Haverford, Muhlenberg, University of Maryland, University of Richmond, Randolph-Macon, and Wake Forest. The jaunt covered 3,000 miles, during which time the team engaged in 17 debates. Accompanied by Dr. and Mrs. Irving C. Stover, the women ' s varsity team comprised of Clark, Clarson, Culp, and Theurer ottended the Southern Association of Teachers of Speech Tournament at Baton Rouge, April 1-8. In addition to making a good showing in debate against strong Southern teams, the women entered impromptu, after- dinner, and oratorical contests and represented Stetson at the second Congress of Human Relations. The Pi Kappa Delta province tournament wos held at Farmville, Va., April 28-29. Harper, Graham, Lawton, and Rubin, led by Prof. Hick- man, represented Florida Beta Chapter of Pi Kappa Delta at Stetson. They engaged in debate, after-dinner, extemporaneous, and impromptu speaking. The freshman debaters, Fisher, Martin, Service, and Smith, ably coached by Miss Mary Axtell, attended the annual Florida Debate Tournament held at the University of Florida for freshmen and sophomores. At this meet, and in their home engagements, they gave promise of greatly strengthening the varsity team next year. ' . Jl h M . fa. i r r. w LIPSEY GAU5E TAFT GRAHA LUMPKIN AXTELL CHANDLER CUNNINGHAM HARNAGE VANCE OOSTDAM PYNE REESE WEBBER BURGMAN FISHER GILLILAND HEEBNER KIPP KNIGHT MqcMILLAN MOB LEY NELSON OWENS PRESTON ROSENBLUM SI EG WINTERS THE STETSON REPORTER Member Associoted Collegiate Press A weekly newspaper published by the students of John B. Stetson University, under the spon- sorship of the Department of Journalism. Printed by the Stetson University Press. Board Jane Toft Editor Jayne Miller Society Editor Vance Graham Feature Editor Staff Mary Gause Circulation Manager Robert Lumpkin Circulation Manager Sports Writers Buster Chandler Bearden Cunningham Clyde Harnage Jack Preer James Vance Columnists James Dyson Mathilda Oostdam Grafton Pyne, Jr. Joy Reese Eunice Webber Reporters Dorothy Lou Burgman Robert Heebner Sara Ellen Mobley Betty Rosenblum Elizabeth Fisher Gordon Kipp Lionel Nelson Delight Sieg Bettie Lee Gilliland Daphne Knight Mildred Owens Frances Winters Neil MacMillan Thelma Preston n a iiii RAYMOND WINTERS LAWTON MAGENHEIM STETSONIAN Student Literary Publication Purpose — The Stetsonian is a publication designed to encourage the development of literary talent among students in fields not usually covered in the University newspaper, and to pro- vide practical training in editorial activities. Robert Barnett Editor-in-Chief Gadi Lawton Business Manager Editorial Staff Vance Graham Clyde Harnage Harmon Harper M. D. Magenheim Lydia Theurer Frances Winters Prof. Donald Faulkner Faculty Advisors Dr. W. S. Gordis Dean Paul Raymond the 1939 hatter Lydia A. Theurer, Editor A. Richard Baldwin, Business Manager Plautus I. Lipsey, Jr., Faculty Advisor STAFF Jane Harris Art Editor Thelma Preston Asst. Art Editor William Griffith. . .Advertising Manager Dorothy McConnell . Asst. Advertising Mgr. Eunice Webber Organizations Sarah E. Clark Asst. Organizations Pierre Mahaffey Photography Carl Hulbert Music School Neil MacMillan Law School Helen Stoltenberg Senior Class Daphne Knight Junior Class Dorothea Clarson Sophomore Class Sora Ellen Mobley Freshman Class Morion Bolton Women ' s Sports Tom Kirkland Men ' s Sports Emmaline Handley Sororities Vance Graham Fraternities Kathryn Jelks Features INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL Officers Carl Hulbert President Jane Smith Vice-President Willa Mae Crosby Secretary Jean Gower Treasurer GOWER McCLURE CROSBY SAWYER McENTIRE HULBERT ROWE BROWN ALEXANDER MAIER OSBORNE BALDWIN HUNTER ZACHARY MIRES SMITH AHLERS JAMESON DARST KIRKLAND KINSEY Representatives Alpha Xi Delta Pi Beta Phi Pi Kappa Phi Jean Gower Mildred Brown Corrie Lou Mires Willa Mae Crosby Frances Coe Maier Grace Ahlers Carl Hulbert Ward Hunter Tom Kirkland Delta Delta Delta Zeta Tail Alpha Sigma Nu Marjorie McClure Betty Lou Alexander Jane Smith Betty Jayne Sawyer Josephine Osborne Elizabeth Jameson Delta Sigma Phi Paul McEntire Richard Baldwin Russell Darst Wilton Rowe William Zachary Roy Kinsey 1 raterniTies ALPHA XI DELTA Founded at Lombard College, 1 893 Omega Chapter Established May 31, 1917 Colors — Double Blue and Gold Flower — Killarney Rose Officers Kathryn Jelks President Jean Gower Vice-President Mary Ella Knight Secretary Elinor Bolton Treasurer Olga Bowen Roberta Orcutt Chapter Members In Facilitate Mary Tribble Lowry Dee Willian McEntire Aileen Worth In Univcrsitatc Margaret Beville Bette Bird Elinor Bolton Mildred Brown Margaret Cate Jean Gower Emmaline Handley Eleanor Hillman Jane Harris Kathryn Jelks Lela Mae Jennings Daphne Knight Joan Knight Mary Ella Knight Clarissa Lasseter Corrie Lou Mires Fontelle Moore Lydia Theurer Eleanor Warner Carlotta Washburne Rhoda Weimert Frances Wilkerson Alice Wolfe Frances Arkley Phyllis Brown Helen John Margaret Lou Kokanoi, Pledges Nell Lynn Blanche McCord Nadia Moull Betty Anne Parish Betty Ann Purser Evelyn Randolph Dickie Rollins Jane Taft Jelks Gower Knight Brown Arkley Beville Bird Brown Care Handley Harris Hillman John Jennings Knight Knight Kokonour Lasseter Lynn McCord Maull Mires Moore Parish Purser Randolph Rollins Taft Theurer Warner Washburne Weimert Wilkerson Wolfe DELTA DELTA DELTA Founded at Boston University, 1 888 Alpha Delta Chapter Established May 17, 1913 Colors — Silver, Gold and Blue Flower — Pansy Officers Myra Machen President Roberta Morris Vice-President Mary Kay Burns Secretary Mariorie McClure Treasurer Chapter Members In Facilitate Marian Ainsworth Betty Lou Alexander Lee Anz Louise Bateson Alzada Bennett Mary Kay Burns Ann Burrell Dorothy Lou Burgman Doris Butler Sarah Elizabeth Clark Jeanette Clow Elizabeth Collins Mild.ed Cotter Ivo Dyal Elizabeth Ellzey In Universitate Margaret Foy Esther Hick Barbara Hunter Helen Johnson Katherine Kerr Hope Locke Margaret Martin Marjorie McClure Louise McClure Marzee McDonald Frances McGorrah Myra Machen Erin Mercer Kathleen Mercer Judy Mercer Martha Metcalf Jean Morris Roberta Morris Julia Ann Pennington Gene Rowland Pat Ruiz Virginia Skaggs Jane Smith Jean Smith Katherine Talton Miriam Walden Jane Wente Charlotte Werwage Catherine White Frances Winters Florence Green Pledges Wilma Tilden Mary Louise Wartman Machen Morris Burns McClure Ainsworth Alexander Bateson Bennett Burrell Burgman Butler Clark Clow Collins Cotter Dyal Ellzey Foy Green Hick Hunter Johnson Kerr Locke Martin McClure McDonald McGarrah Mercer Mercer Mercer Metcalf Morris Pennington Rowland Ruiz Skaggs Smith Smith Talton Tilden Walden Wartman Wente Werwage White Winters PI BETA PHI Founded at Monmouth College, 1867 Florida Alpha Chapter Established January 30, 1913 Colors — Wine and Silver Blue Flower — Wine Carnation Officers Helen Bass President Ray Jordan Vice-President Penelope Knox Secretary Dorothea Clarson Treasurer Chapter Members In Facilitate Nelle Burch Campbell Annie Nadine Holden In Universitate Grace Ahlers Barbara Alcock Marjorie Ault Helen Bass Marian Burger Evelyn Cates Dorothea Clarson Willa Mae Crosby Katherine Deal Louise Wilson Dompe Dons Hill Mary Helen Hill Jackie Jennings Ray Jordan Penelope Knox Eloise Latham Jane McCarty Jean McMurray Betty McNeff Frances Coe Maier Ruth Orum Polly Pasteur Gwendolyn Powell Jane Powell Voncille Powell Bonnie Ray Ruth Ryan Alice Smith Jean Smith Barbara Moore Stephens Helen Stoltenberg Joan Stier Lois Thacker Elizabeth West Elizabeth Rhett West Pledges Louise Miller Luella Nichols Dorothy Roberts Norma Tyson Jordan Knox Clorson Ahlers Alcock Ault Burger Cotes Crosby Deal Dompe Hill Hill Jennings Latham McCorty McMurray McNeff Maier Miller Nichols Orum Pasteur Powell Powell Powell Roy Roberts Ryan Smith Smith Stephens Stier Stoltenberg Thacker Tyson West ZETA TAU ALPHA Founded at Virginia State Normal, 1898 Beta Psi Chapter Established October 12, 1934 Colors — Turquoise Blue and Steel Grey Flower — White Violet Officers Josephine Osborne President Evelyn 01 1 iff Vice-President Betty Jayne Sawyer Secretary Prudence Ross Treasurer Chapter Members In Facilitate Sue McEachern Burns Daphne Brownell Beatrice Bradley Antoinette Davis Mary Martha Dowling Marjorie Glover Frances Hammond Ruth Hummel In Universitate Phyllis Hutton Elizabeth Jameson Eloise Kennedy Betty Linson Libby McGmnis Helen McElmurroy Josephine Osborne Evelyn 01 1 iff Betty Robinson Prudence Ross Elizabeth Sandusky Betty Jayne Sawyer Eleanor Skeen Virginia Wessman Lillian Williamson Mary Ellen Bostick Jo Beth Geer Pledges Merle Kayton Jeanette Markham Dolores Rohde Dorothy Selick Peggy Wood Osborne Olliff Sawyer Ross CHfl Bradley Davis Dowling Geer Glover Hammond Hummel Hutton Jameson Kayton Kennedy Linson McGinnis McElmurray Markham Robinson Rohde Sandusky Selick Skeen Wessman Williamson Wood DELTA SIGMA PHI Founded at City College of New York, 1899 Alpha Chi Chapter Established 1925 Colors — Nile Green and White Flower — White Carnation Officers Paul McEntire President Arthur Shuler Vice-President Robert Scurlock Secretary Alex Mathis Treasurer Richard Baldwin Chaplain James Vance Historian Fred Wilson Sergeant-at-Arms Chapter Members In Facilitate Robert I. Allen James Drake Donald Faulkner Harry Garwood C. R. M. Sheppard Lewis Tribble Roy B. Angell Richard Baldwin Charles Butler Henry W. Chandler Russell Darst William Griffith Harry Gressang In Universitate James Hodges Luke Kaleel Paul McEntire Alex Mathis Lauren Mickle Harry Minarik William Moores J. B. Rodgers Robert Scurlock Arthur Shuler James Vance Lyndol Worren Fred Wilson Victor Boer Robert Barnett Rowland Bayles James Drake Melvin Duval Alex Gable William Girardeau Pledges Hall Godbold William Halstead Leslie Homage Edward Hodges Francis Knight Richard Love Edward Mason John Monk John Neal Wilbur North Richard Sauls McAdoo Shadburn William Smith Vernon Turner McEntire Shuler Scurlock Mothis 21 £ Baer Baldwin Bornett Bayles Butler Chandler Darst Duval Gable Girardeau Godbold Griffith Halstead Harnage Hodges Hodges Knight Mason Mickle Minarik Monk Moores Neal Rodgers Sauls El ■ Shadburn Smith Turner Vance Warren Wilson f ' P P p O PI KAPPA PHI Founded at the College of Charleston, 1904 Chi Chapter Established 1921 Colors — Gold and White Flower — Red Rose Officers Carl Hulbert Archon James Nelson Treasurer Fred Fitzgerald Secretary Robert Gaughan Historian Lynwood Cheatham Chaplain Truett Stoudenmire Warden Chapter Members In Facilitate Howard Bateson Harold M. Giffin W. E. Duckwitz Chester Freeman Carl Johnson In Universitate William Ceely Lynwood Cheathar John Cherry Tom Cobb Carroll Ezell Fred Fitzgerald Don Frison Robert Gaughan George Haskins Carl Hulbert Ward Hunter John Jones Robert Karns Thomas Kirkland James Lumpkin James Nelson Francis Rowell Leon Sandlin Vincent Schaefer Truett Stoudenmire Edwin Strickland Robert Crowell William Davis J. Wyman Harvard Joseph Hill Edward Hughes Earl Johns Pledges John Kurtz Eugene Lamb Gadi Lawton John Lynn J. D. McLarty Wm. Henry Martin Robert Northridge Benjamin Smith Lanier Smith Vincent Stacey Robert Taylor David Wagner Hulbert Nelson Fitzgerald Gaughan T Ceely Cheatham Cherry Cobb Crowell Davis Ezell Frison Harvard Haskins Hill Hughes Hunter Johns Jones J l MtM ■ a! i 1 1 i r Karns Kirkland Kurtz Lamb Lawton Lumpkin Martin Lynn McLarty Northridge Rowel I Smith Smith Strickland Taylor Wagner p o ft. SIGMA NU Founded at Virginia Military Institute, 1869 Delto Mu Chapter Established 1913 Colors — Black, White and Gold Flower — White Rose Officers William Zachary Commander Robert Anderson Lt. Commander Henry Roseberry Recorder Jack Gore Treasurer Vance Graham Chaplain Rondo Sullivan Marshall Roy Kinsey Sentinel Robert Anderson Tom Anderson Jack Bluemke Charles Cobb Eugene Fry Jack Gore Vance Graham Roy Kinsey Robert Linson Members In Universitate Harris Lowery Grover McCall George McClelland Joe McNeff Ed New Leroy New Harvey Olliphant Royal Raidle Henry Roseberry Charles Ross Wilton Rowe George Schick James Stone Donald Strong Rondo Sullivan Carl Teague Robert Wood William Zachary Henry Bryan James Culpepper Bill Daniels Carol Green Pledges Fred Hodes Ray Hussey Hassett Kelly Eugene Lynn Albert Martin J. W. McCormick Larry Snoddy Tom Watson Zachary Anderson Roseberry Gore Anderson Bluemke Bryon Cobb Culpepper f O ft ft Daniels Fry Graham Gustafson Hodes Kelly Kinsey Lowery Martin, A. McCall p ip d r n n p p p McClelland McNeff Olliphant Raidle Ross Rowe Schick Snoddy Stone Strong Sullivan Teague Watson Wood •» •» THACKER BASS MACHEN HANDLEY WOLFE KENNEDY OLLIFF McCLURE PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL Officers Myra Machen President Alice Wolfe Vice-President Lois Thocker Secretary Evelyn 01 1 iff Treasurer Dean Lola B. McCullough Faculty Advisor Representatives Alpha Xi Delta Delta Delta Delta Zeta Tau Alpha Emrr.aline Handley Marjorie McClure Eloise Kennedy Alice Wolfe Myra Machen Pi Beta Phi Helen Bass Lois Thacker Evelyn Olliff ( ' ■• ■ hail— s T —hail • E • To educational prog- ress made during the years gone by — to the milestones of achievement which mark Stetson Univer- sity as outstanding. • T S O N To the graduates of 1939 whose path may be rough. 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