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Show Hide text for 1952 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 222 of the 1952 volume: “ STEUEA S. HALL HULLEY FIELD HULLEY GYfl CHAUDOI V HALL 4 INFIRMARY tDELTn S Grt0 PHI HOUSE srrx TEA A S COURTS CUMMI VGS GY l FOR CUOMFrJ X HULLEY TOCUETR GGftim) MUSIC S ANNEX r n . Del A a , . HALL f Roneo, VnyRonEoj STOVER THEATRE ALLEAJ HALL BUSINESS BUILDING (I ' VE GOT SOMETHING) PROF P J SCIENCE HALL - HO V HALL PEP BA VD CONRAD HALL- PI KAPPA PHI _ HOUSE COULCW ' T) IT UNIVERSITY COMMONS SODA SHOP ' HE ' S W STETSO V HALL - FAREUELL CRUEL. ) WORLDS HOLLER EOU VTM V HOLMES , HALL frifs E RRTS V BUILDI VG J TENNIS COURTS f HAS A terrific) OUT J SAMPSON LIBRARY ELIZABETH HiALL ' some-ruves « PRESIDENT ' S HOME FOREST OF ARDE V OrvLyooirvG) S tionEcjoRh J m PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENT BODY OF STETSON UNIVERSITY CAROLYN DANIEL. Editor HARRY RUTLEDGE. Business Manager 9+ -$P H tH6 road win r s ' « ; " SNMfc 1 1 • n ii iMim miiirff " - " — ■M tw ItaAMSe HULLEY TOWER . . . Florida ' s first university - owned carrillion tower. mmr THE STOVER THEATRE . . . drama comedy . . . " Talent Night. " ALLEN HALL . . . Stetson ' s newest building . . . Vespers. THE GRILLE . . . Cokes . . . music . . . bull sessions AS WE FOLLOW 4 Mi FOOTPRINTS contents ADMINISTRATION SCHOOLS FEATURES SPORTS ORGANIZATIONS HONORARIES R K W MILITARY ACTIVITIES ADS IN THE SANDS OF TIME THROUGH THE YEAR THAT TO SOME WAS A BEGINNING AND TO OTHERS AN ENDING ... AN ENDING OF THE COLLEGE DAYS THAT WE PRESENT IN THIS BOOK. d ■ c a t e d t o Thirty years ago there came to Stetson University a man destined to take his place in the hearts of the faculty, the administration, and the students. As professor of piano. Director of the Department of Music, and Dean of the School of Music, he has served Stetson well and willingly, yet modestly. He is a brilliant musician of national renown, a beloved teacher, an untiring and capable worker. Under his direction the Department of Music developed to its present position as a School of Music of the University. Through his guidance Stetson musicians have become known the world It is with proud hearts that we humbly dedicate this 1952 HATTER to dr. william ed ward dnckwitz WML j| w mStBUR a i B " ■ ' ' Y H fl Mi ' J a } JP mi ■bA ' ' V; : rv " rfSS MARY GARDINER Editor THE FOOTPRINTS of the faculty and adminis- trative officers as they patiently trod the floors of the classrooms and offices, trying through the ye ii to instill in us some of the knowledge of the ops. V C. HOWARD HOPKINS Dean of the University Ever striving for an even greater Stetson. GEORGE W. HOOD Director of Guidance Aiding Freshmen through placement tests the a dmi ni§ t r a ETTER McTEER TURNER Dean of Women A gracious and understanding advisor to the co-eds BENSON WILLIS DAVIS Dean of Men The needs and wants of the students come first t i o ii BARBARA ROWE Registrar A complete file en students and their courses DR. WILLIAM HURT Director of Admissions " Stetson wants you I. BLANFORD TAYLOR Director, News Bureau Weaves a state-wide web through which news can be spread FRANK DERRICK Director of Religious Activities Keeping the school on an even keel through increased religious activities v " « A. LEON APP Auditor Keeping Records and Accounts CHARLES H. FRANKLIN Business Manager On every cent, a tab GENEVIEVE BUCKNELL Director. University Food Service " And food for everyone . . . " SUSIE PERSONS BROWN CARROLL N. DIXON MARY NELLE MARTIN ALICE McLEAN FRANCIS MILLS CHARLOTTE ANNETTE SMITH Library Staff To assist the students CARL H. JOHNSON Director. Men ' s Housing with all students wanting the same room 1 Photo by Fabian Bachrach our resident Once again it is my privilege to express appreciation for the loyalty of the more than a thousand students who make up our college family; loyalty that has been demonstrated in many ways, among them devotion to high ideals— Christian ideals, American ideals. Two years ago, the editors of the annual honored the memory of one of our founders, John B. Stetson, Sr., of Philadelphia, by using " hats " to tell the Stetson story. This year, the editors pay tribute to another one of our founders in using " shoes " to tell the same fascinating story. In doing this, they acknowledge the prominent success of Charles T. Sampson, a shoe manufacturer in New England. Stetson students like to honor patrons such as these, who, having prospered in business, have felt an urgent obligation to preserve the same idea of individual re- sponsibility in the field of education. As you and I look back upon the interesting days of the past year, I am confident that we will remember them as the happiest period of our life. Even our prob- lems have not been without benefit. We have faced them realistically, and have felt that victory is sure and certain. Thus we have achieved genuine happiness. Colleges like Stetson are going to be needed badly in the months and years immediately ahead, and I am sure that you share my conviction that the best days of Stetson are ahead of us. What is past is prologue! I send warm personal greetings to all Stetson men and women everywhere. Gratefully yours, J. OLLIE EDMUNDS, President OFFICERS STEVE STRATFORD President BETTY FLIPPO Vice President BJARNE ANDERSON Social Vice President ROBIN HOOPER Sceretary CLARENCE LITTLETON Treasurer t h student Fellow Students: We, the officers of the student body, have to the best of our ability, attempted to give you the type of student government for which you have expressed a desire and one which we believe you could be proud of. We sincerely hope that we have fulfilled the trust that you have placed in us. On behalf of the other officers and myself, I would like to say that the great honor and privilege which you have vested in us, this past year, is one which we shall always cherish. STEVE STRATFORD, President, Student Body EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE LEFT TO RIGHT: Bill Byrom, Robin Hooper. Steve Stratford, Betty Flippo, Bjarne Anderson, Bud Littleton, and George White. HOMECOMING COMMITTEE LEFT TO RIGHT: Carroll lewis. Will Price. Duane Quick. Laurier Beard. Bill Whitaker. CHAIRMAN. Jack Imand. Billie Lee Lohman. Tom LeClere, and Elwyn Edwards. RULES AND PROCEDURE COMMITTEE LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT ROW: Jean Phimisler, Laura Langw ish. Isabelle Moss, Barbra Boyles, and Phyllis Jones. SECOND ROW: Bruno DiGuilian. Jack Smith, Phil Ashabraner. CHAIRMAN, Bill Scrantom, Bob Christie, Bill Holley, and Bud Williams. government The Student Body Band and the Cheerleaders during a student government meeting. r 4 «A r.HL ' A § s: EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MARILYN PURVIS President PAT MERRITT Stetson Hall President BETTY LAND Vice President BETTY FLIPPO Secretary-Treasurer MERRILEE MIDDLETON Chaudoin Hall President SHIRLEY TURNER Sergeant-at-Arms BETTY GROVER, ANN CLEMENTS Representatives-at-Large women ' student government CHAUDOIN HALL COUNCIL MERRILEE MIDDLETON GLORIA KLINE .... JOAN GARRISON . . President . . Vice President Secretary-Treasurer JEAN GAILBREATH Sergeant-at-Arms ANN GATLIN Social Chairman JOY LEWIS. CAROLYN COLE. GLORIA PARKS. DONNA JEAN NEWCOMER. DOT WAMBLE. MARY CAROL WEST Representatives-at-Large. STETSON HALL COUNCIL PAT MERRITT President NORMA BROWN JANE JACKSON Vice President JOHNOLA MUSGROVE . . . . JOAN MACE Secretary JOYCE CARMAN NINA ALLEN Representative-at-Large .... Treasurer . Social Chairman Sergeant-at-Arms mens council LEFT TO RIGHT: Ernie Breed. Ted Grissett. Glenn Andrews. Dean Benson W. Davis. Tom Gibson. Bob Christie, and Ken Wing. KATHRYN RAND Editor BARBARA MARTIN Editor CHARLES RICHARDSON Editor GINGER BOOTH Editor BJARNE ANDERSON Editor CURTIS WILCOX Editor THE FOOTPRINTS of the Rats and upperclass- roen as they crossed the familiar floor of Eliza- beth Hall on the way to and from class. n : s i % V ft n • ' . ' ., - fit 1 i- HARRY C. GARWOOD Dean OFFICERS BILL BYROM President MARGARET PARTIN Vice President ISABELLE MOSS Secretary JOHN HODGES Treasurer liberal arts Stetson was founded in 1883 and became a university in 1837. Known first as DeLand Acad- emy, its name was changed to Stetson University in honor of John B. Stetson, well-known hat manu- facturer, who gave generously of his time and means. Housed jointly in Elizabeth Hall, Flagler Science Hall and Holmes Hall, the School of Liberal Arts students climb to the top floors of each building daily in search of knowledge with which to equip themselves against the problems which are en- countered throughout life. ELIZABETH HALL Stetson ' s administration building and main center oi classrooms for over 50 yea TOP: FLAGLER SCIENCE HALL Home of Chemistry, Physics and Psychology Labs BOTTOM: HOLMES HALL Fine Arts Building a c u 1 t j HARRY E. CALDWELL Assistant Professor of Psychology A.B., M.D., Ohio Stale Univ.; M.A., Stetson RICHARD ELIJAH CLARK Professor of Sociology A.B., Wake Forest; B.D., Crozer Theological Seminary; M.A., Ph.D., Univ. of Penn. SIDNEY E. DENMAN Assistant Professor of Sociology A.B., M.A., Tulane BOYCE FOWLER EZELL Professor of Psychology A.B., Furraan; M.A., Stetson; Ph.D., Univ. of So. C. VIRGINIA EDSALL GIFFIN Assistant Professor of Speech A.B., Denison Univ.; M.A., Stetson CLARENCE L. MENSER Professor of Speech A.B., Litt.D., Heidelberg College; M.A., Univ. of Michigan IRVING C. STOVER Professor of Speech Graduate, Kings School ot Oratory; B.Or., M.Or., Susquehanna Univ.: Litt.D., Stetson EDGAR ALLYN THOMPSON Instructor in English A.B., Stetson; M.A., Cornell EDGAR A. ALBIN Visiting Professor of Art B.A.; M.A., State University of Iowa ELSIE BATES FREUND Artist-in-Residence Kansas City Art Institute; Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs; Wichita Art Assc. LOUIS FREUND Artist-in-Residence Missouri Univ.; St. Louis School of Fine Arts; Colerossi Academy Paris; Princeton Univ.; Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs GEORGE H. GAINES Instructor in Art B.F.A., Univ. of Ga. SARA EDITH HARVEY Professor of Art Art Diploma, Shorter College; B.S., Peabody College; M.A., Columbia SUSIE MAGDALINE BELLOWS Associate Professor of Elementary Education A.B., College of Charleston; M.A., Peabody College RANDOLPH LAURIE CARTER Professor of Education A.B., Mercer; M.A., Columbia; Ph.D., Peabody College HUBER WILLIAM HURT Professor of Education B.S., M.A., Iowa Wesleyan College; Ph.D., Columbia RUPERT JAMES LONGSTREET Professor of Education B.S., LL.B., M.A., Stetson; M.A., Duke RAY V. SOWERS Professor of Education A.B., LL.D., Florida Southern College; M.A., Univ. of No. C. lib era arts EMMETT S. ASHCRAFT Assistant Professor of Mathematics B.S., Wake Forest College; M.A., Univ. of No. C. ROBERT S. CHAUVIN Assistant Professor of Geography State Teachers College, N. Y.; M.Ed., Univ. of Hovj M.A., Columbia Univ. CARL HERBERT JOHNSON Assistant Professor of Geography B.S., M.A., Stetson CURTIS MILTON LOWRY Professor of Mathematics and Engineering B.S. In M.E., Bucknell; M.W., Bucknell DOUGLAS RUMBLE Visiting Professor of Mathematics A.B., Emory; M.A., Harvard BYRON H. GIBSON Professor of English Birmingham Southern; M.A., Ph.D., Univ. of 111. JOHN HICKS Professor of English M.A., Univ. of Louisville; Ph.D., Univ. of Iowa ANNIE NADINE HOLDEN Professor of English Ph.B., Univ. of Chicago; M.A., Stetson MARY TRIBBLE LOWRY Assistant Professor of English Ph.B., M.A., Stetson University WILLIAM HUGH McENIRY Professor of English Birmingham Southern; M.A., Ph.D., Vanderbilt POPE ALEXANDER DUNCAN Professor of Religion B.S., M.S., Univ. of Ga.; Th.M., Th.D., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Yale HARRY CRAWFORD GARWOOD Professor of Religion A.B., Stetson; Th.M., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Yale HARRY LEROY TAYLOR Professor of Philosophy A.B., Cornell; B.D., Union Theological Seminary; M.A., Univ. of Chicago; Ph.D., Cornell OLIVER LAFAYETTE WALKER Professor of Religion A.B., Iowa College; Th.M., Th.D., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary OLIVER PERRY CHITWOOD Visiting Professor of History A.B., LL.D., William and Mary College; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins Univ. ARTHUR FORDYCE GAMBER Associate Professor of History and Political Science A.B., Oberlin College; M.A., Columbia JOHN EDWIN JOHNS Assistant Professor of History A.B., Furman; M.A., Univ. of No. C. GILBERT LESTER LYCAN Professor of History and Political Science A.B., Berea College; M.A., Ph.D., Yale JOHN TAYLOR RHETT Visiting Professor of History A.B., Univ. of So. C; Graduate, Army War College HARRY SUNDERLAND WINTERS Professor of History and Political Science A.B., Stetson; M.A., Peabody College faculty DORIS KING ARJONA Professor of Spanish A.B., Univ. of Mich.; M.A., Ph.D.. Univ. of Chicago; Litf.D., Northern Michigan College HOWARD LAMOREAUX BATESON Professor of Modern Languages A.B., Stetson; M.A., Univ. of Texas; Certificat d ' Apitude a l ' Enseigement du Francis Usuel, Alliance Francaise, Paris, France; Ph.D., Univ. of 111. BENSON WILLIS DAVIS Professor of Classical Languages A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Univ. of No. C. FRANCES CLABAUGH THORNTON Professor of French A.B., M.A., Stetson; Docteur ' s Lettres de l ' Universite de Tolouse JOHN FERGUSON CONN Professor of Chemistry B.S., Georgetown College; M.S., Univ. of Chicago; Ph.D., Univ. of Pittsburgh LEONARD GEORGE TOMPKINS Professor of Chemistry B.S., Stetson; Ph.D., Purdue JOHN V. VAUGHEN Professor of Chemistry A.B., Oberlin College; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins Univ. WINSTON VAUGHEN MORROW Instructor in Journalism A.B., Kenyon College GERTRUDE FOSTER O ' CONNOR Instructor in English Ph.B., Stetson; M.A., Middlebury College of Modern Languages GEORGE M. RUTTER Visiting Professor of English A.B., Hobart College; M.S., Univ. of Tenn. MORGAN WELCH Assistant Professor of Journalism B.S., M.S., Northwestern MINNIE ELLA WILLIAMS Instructor in English Ph.B., DePauw Univ. FRANK R. TUBBS Associate Professor of English M.S., Univeisity ol Tennessee, A.B., Maryville College EZRA ALLEN Visiting Professor of Biology and Curator of Museum A.B., M.A., Sc.D., Bucknell; Ph.D., Univ. of Penn. DOROTHY LANGFORD FULLER Associate Professor of Biology A.B., M.A., Stetson ALBERT M. WINCHESTER Professor of Biology A.B., Baylor; M.A., Ph.D., Texas Univ. 1 rii ; ■ , EDWARD C. FURLONG. JR. Dean OFFICERS GEORGE WHITE President PHYLLIS JONES Vice President PECK HART Secretary BUD LOVELL Treasurer business administration The School of Business, Stetson ' s youngest school, was established in 1940, and now offers, among others, studies in accounting, advertising, business administration, economics, industrial management, salesmanship, and secre- tarial science. The School of Business is housed in its own new home on campus. BUSINESS BUILDING . . . new. modern classrooms h m »«■■ Mum I III III! a c u 1 y WILLIAM BREWSTER. JR. Assistant Professor ol Business Administration and Economics A.B., Harvard; LL.B., M.A., Stetson JOHN RAY CABLE Professor of Economics A.B., B.S., Univ. of Missouri; M.A., Univ. of Chicago; Ph.D., Columbia; New York School for Social Research CHARLES EDWARD IRONSIDE Visiting Professor of Economics M.A., Aberdeen; Diploma, Teachers Training Center, Aberdeen; Ph.D., Columbia ARTHUR H. LEAVITT Assistant Professor of Business Administration M.E., Cornell WILLIAM YOUNG MICKLE Professor of Accounting B.S., M.A., Stetson Univ. FRANK McGINLEY PHILLIPS Visiting Professor of Mathematics and Statistics A.B., Iowa State Teachers College; B.D., Newton College; M.A., State University of Iowa; M.D., Iowa State Normal School; Ph.D., George Wash- ington University LEO SPURRIER Professor of Accounting A.B., M.A., Univ. of Kansas; Ph.D., Univ. of Chicago PAUL H. FULLER Assistant Professor of Business Administration and Secretarial Science B.S., Hartwick College; M.Ed., Univ. of Buffalo MAXINE L. PATTERSON Assistant Professor of Secretarial Science B.S., Mary Washington College of the University of Virginia MHMH H OFFICERS GARY CRAWFORD President GABRIELA MOLINA Vice President DELORES KELLY Secretary JACK HOLT Treasurer PATSY WALKER Fresh. Rep. music WILLIAM E. DUCKW1TZ Dean The School of Music, a member of the National Association of Schools of Music since 1936, has broadened its educational program to include, among others, studies in music education, string and wind instruments, theory, and voice. Housed in DeLand Hall and Annex, the school has adequate facilities for band and orchestra in the Band Hall. The Glee Club and Band performed at the Tangerine Bowl game in Orlando on January 1. DeLAND HALL . . . the oldest academic building in the state faculty richard Mcdowell feasel Associate Professor oi Wind and Percussion Instruments B.M.. M.A., Stetson DONALD CHARLES YAXLEY Instructor in Wind Instruments B.M., M.A., Stetson ROGER L. CUSHMAN Assistant Professor of Piano and Theory B.M., M.M., Yale; Piano with Harold Bauer, Nicholas Medtner, and Tobias Matthay KATHLEEN ALLEN DUBOSE Professor of Piano B.M., Stetson; B.A., Eastman School of Music; M.A.. Stetson ETHEL M. FISHER Assistant Professor of Piano Piano and Theory, Metropolitan School of Music, Indianapolis VERONICA DAVIS GOVE Associate Professor of Public School Music B.M., University of 111.; M.A., Columbia HAZEL BRYAN NEWBY Instructor in Piano A.B., University of Tampa KENNETH L. BALLENGER Associate Professor of Voice A.B., B.M., Hardin Simmons Univ.; M.M., Eastman School of Music; Opera Coaching under Guiseppi Bambaschek and Leonard Treash RUTH RICHARDSON CARR Assistant Professor of Voice B.S., Houghton College; M.M., Eastman School of Music HAROLD MILNE GIFFIN Professor of Voice A.B., Denison University; M.A., M.M., Eastman School of Music FRANCES BUXTON Professor of Violin and Theory i.M., Cleveland Institute of Music; Juillard School of Music; M.M., Eastman School of Music; Violin and Composition, Mills College VIOLET L. FRASER Assistant Professor of Piano and Theory B.M., M.M., Eastman School cf Music ELEANOR LEEK Associate Professor of Violincello and Theory B.M., M.M., Eastman School cf Music M SENIORS ARVID PETERSON President MARCIA TARBERT Vice President ONA BARFIELD Secretary GEORGE W. CARLTON Treasurer class SOPHOMORES GEORGE IOCHEM President BARBARA BROCK Vice President JANE POOLE Secretary HERB WILLCOX Treasurer JUNIORS CARROLL LEWIS President CHARLOTTE NAYLOR Vice President SHIRLEY WILLIAMS Secretary JIM SEYMOUR Treasurer officers FRESHMEN GENE DUBBERLY President JOHN HOWELL Vice President HARRIET STONES Secretary GEORGE PAINTER Treasurer DANIEL ALDERMAN BLACKWELDER GORDON EARL CARLSON ROBERT E. CHISNELL MARGARET ANN GASSNER MRS. MARTHA HICKS PAUL DANIEL HICKSON JAMES Mcdonald higgenbothan WALTER KENDRICK HOTCHKISS MRS. MARY FRANCES HOOD DONALD DAVID JEWELL SELWYN SWAN KILGORE ALLAN ERNEST LUDECKE JULIAN MURPHY NORMAN LEE TENSLEY MRS. HELEN HUTCHINSON TUCKER RICHARD WARREN graduate council WILLIAM H. McENIRY Chairman special students LIBERAL ARTS HERBERT CRANE ESTABAN DALAO MARIAN FLYNN SHIRLEY TILLMAN BUSINESS SARA HUNTSINGER ROBERT RAWSON MUSIC HOWARD LYSTER t ll senior lass FIRST ROW BRUCE ABERNATHY. DeLand. LIBERAL ARTS . . . VIRGINIA NELL AGNER. Madison, LIBERAL ARTS . . . FLORA JO ALSTON. Perry. LIBERAL ARTS; Y.W.A.; Alpha Dexioma . . . ROBERT GORDON ANDERSON, Cocoa. BUSINESS; Siqma Alpha Epsilon . . . ADRIAN GLENN ANDREWS. Pensacola. LIBERAL ARTS; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Archon 4; Phi Society 3, 4; President 4 . . . JOHN FRANCIS APPLEBEE ' Ft. Pierce. BUSINESS: Lambda Chi Alpha; Siqma Aloha Chi . . . EDWARD FTJLMER ARMSTRONG, DeLand, LIB ERAL ARTS; Sigma Nu 1,2, 3, 4; " S " Club, Football . . . PHILIP IR- VIN ASHABRANER, Orlando, BUSINESS; Lambda Chi; Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4; Rush Chairman 2; Treasurer 3; Vice President 4; Sigma Alpha Chi 2, 3, 4; Secretary-Treasurer 2; President 3; Commerce Club 2, 3, 4; Scroll and Key 4; ROTC 3, 4; Cadet Lt. Col.; Outstanding Cadet 4; Outstanding Business Student 4; Outstanding Senior. SECOND ROW BARBARA ASSENJO. West Palm Beach, BUSINESS . BARBARA BAILEY, Ocala, LIBERAL ARTS; Transfer Greenbrier; Pi Beta Phi 3, 4; Social Chairman 4; Kappa Pi 3, 4 . . . LAURIER ALLEN BEARD, Saniord. BUSINESS; Lambda Chi Alpha; Social Chairman 2, 3; Presi- dent 4; Ye Mystic Krewe, Captain 4; Rules and Procedure Commit- tee; Chairman 3, 4; Constitutional Revision Committee Chairman 4; Sigma Alpha Chi 3, 4; ROTC Lt. 3, 4; Homecoming Mayor 4 . . . FRED NOEL BEIGHLY. Jacksonville. LIBERAL ARTS; Delta Sigma Phi . . . HENRY J. BLASICK. Philadelphia. Penn., LIBERAL ARTS; . . . DUTTON A. BONNELL. Live Oak. LIBERAL ARTS . . . LARRY GREGORY BOTTOM, Daytona Beach. LIBERAL ARTS . . . BARBARA NELL BOWERS. Lake Placid. BUSINESS; Alpha Xi Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Historian 4; Camera Club 1; Band 2; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Commerce Club 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4. THIRD ROW BARBRA GAY BOYLES. Lake Worth ' LIBERAL ARTS; Tumbling Team 2; F.T.A. 3, 4; Phi Mu; Rush Chairman 4; Freshman Advisor 4; Panhellenic Council 4; Little Theatre 2, 3, 4 . . . JENNIE FAY BRAD- DOCK, Jacksonville. BUSINESS . . . TOMMIE CHRISTINA BRADDOCK. Jacksonville. LIBERAL ARTS . . . JAMES ISAAC BROWN. JR., Jack- sonville, LIBERAL ARTS; Intramurais; Ministerial Association Presi- dent . . . DOROTHY ELAINE BRUNNEY. St. Augustine. BUSINESS; Commerce Club; Alpha Xi Delta 4 . . . MARCIA LOURENE BURRIS, Ft. Myers, LIBERAL ARTS; Transfer Emory; Pi Beta Phi 3, 4; Rush Chairman 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; Miss Stetson 3 . . . WILLIAM RAY BYROM. Daytona Beach. LIBERAL ARTS; " S " Club; Secretary 4; Pi Kappa Phi; Treasurer 4; F.T.A.; President 4; President Junior Class; President Liberal Arts School 4; Freshman Advisor 2; Chapel Com- mittee 3 . . . JOYCE ANN CARMAN. Ashland. Ky„ BUSINESS; Phi Mu 3, 4; Pledge Director 4; Council Member 4; Freshman Advisor 4; Stetson Party Rep. 4. FOURTH ROW GEORGE WEST CARLTON, Valparaiso. BUSINESS; Sigma Nu; Hatter Staff; Sports Editor; Reporter Staff; Sports Editor; IFC; Vice-President; Sigma Pi Kappa; Commerce Club . . . HELEN CORNELIA CAR- MICHAEL. St. Petersburg. MUSIC; Phi Mu; Canterbury Club; Glee Club . . . EVA MAYE CATES. Sparr. LIBERAL ARTS . . . JAMES ARTHUR CATES, Citra, LIBERAL ARTS; Ministerial Association . . . BASILIA CAVARNOS, High Point, N. C, BUSINESS; Zeta Tau Alpha; Treasurer 4; Commerce Club; Secretary 4; Panhellenic Council; Treasurer 4; Kappa Delta Pi . . . JANE SHIRLEY CHAPMAN, San- ford, LIBERAL ARTS; Transfer Rollins College; Pi Beta Phi 3, 4; Canterbury Club . . . BOB LAMAR CHRISTIE. Jacksonville. LIBERAL ARTS; Ministerial Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; State BSU Executive Council 4; Phi Alpha Theta 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 4; Stetson BSU Youth Revival Team; Glee Club 3, 4; Intramurais 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Chapel Committee 3, 4; Student Christian Association 4; Vice-President 4. FIFTH ROW ANNIE ARVILLA CLIFTON. DeLand. MUSIC; Tau Beta Sigma; Pres- ident; Vice-President; Band; Librarian; Little Theatre Band; MENC; Wesley Foundation; Music School Librarian; Central Florida Sym- phony . . . BERNARD H. COCHRAN, Lakeland, LIBERAL ARTS; Pi Kappa Phi; BSU; Glee Club . . . GARY DON CRAWFORD, Ludington. Mich., MUSIC; Transfer Michigan State; Football I; Kappa Kappa Psi 2, 3, 4; MENC 3, 4; Band Officer 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 2, 3, 4 .. . WILLIAM GRIFFIN CUDDY. Daytona Beach, LIBERAL ARTS; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Secretary . . . KENNETH ROGER DANCE. Ft. Lauderdale. BUSINESS; Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Commerce Club 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Lambda Chi Alpha 3, 4; Fresh- man Advisor 4 . . . ROGER L. DANCZ, Ludington. Mich., MUSIC; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Kappa Psi 1, 2, 3, 4; Officer 4; Band Captain 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; MENC 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Sigma Pi Kappa 3, 4; Reporter Staff 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . MARY ELIZABETH DAVIS. Chipley. MUSIC; Zeta Tau Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4; His- torian 4; Phi Beta 1, 2, 3, 4; President 4; Glee Club; Travel Squad; Radio Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Publicity Manager Glee Club 4; MENC 3, 4; Secretary and Treasurer 3; The Honor 3, 4; Sergeant-al- Arms; Kappa Delta Pi 4; Vesper Choir 3; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4. . . . FRANK C. DEEN. Brooksville, LIBERAL ARTS; Pi Kappa Phi 1, 2. 3, 4; Pledge Master 3, Physical Education Major and Minor Club; Publicity Director; Wesley Foundation. This could happen to you and the best Homecoming ABERNATHY AGNER ALSTON ANDERSON ANDREWS APPLEBEE ARMSTRONG ASHABRANER ASSENJO BAILEY. B. BEARD BEIGHLEY BLASICK BONNELL BOTTOM BOWERS BOYLES BRADDOCK, J. BRADDOCK. T. BROWN BRUNNEY BURRIS BYROM CARMAN CARLETON. G. CARMICHAEL CATES. E. CATES. I. CAVARNOS CHAPMAN CHRISTIE CLEMENTS CLIFTON COCHRAN CRAWFORD CUDDY DANCE, K. DANCZ, R. DAVIS DEEN STUDENTS FROM SIX FOREIGN COUNTRIES ENROLLED AT STETSON. t ll senior lass FIRST ROW MARY ELIZABETH DELONEY, Jacksonville. LIBERAL ARTS; Pi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3. 4: President 4; Executive Council; Stetson Hall Council 3, 4 . . . LILLIAN BURLESON DEMAREST. DeLand. LIBERAL ARTS . JOHN R. DeYOUNG. Pentwater, Mich.. MUSIC; Band; Orchestra; Kappa Kappa Psi . . . ROBERT DOTY. Pensacola. LIBERAL ARTS; Pi Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Rush Chairman; Archon 4; Hatter Photographer 3; ROTC Photographer 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Travel Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Radio Chorus 1.2, 3- 4; Male Quartet 1, 2, 3, 4; News Manager 3; Football 1. 2, 3, 4; " S " Club 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4; F.T.A. 3, 4 . . . VIVIEN MARIE DREGGORS. DeLeon Springs. LIBERAL ARTS; Town Girls Club 2; Wesley Foundation . . . LEE DRURY, DeLand, LIBERAL ARTS; Lambda Chi Aloha . . . DONALD W. EAKIN. Jacksonville. LIBERAL ARTS; Delta Sigma Phi 1, 2. 3, 4; President 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; " S " Club 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . NANCY DOLORES EDDINGS. Jack- sonville, LIBERAL ARTS; Transfer Jacksonville Junior College; Cheer- leader 3, 4; Little Theatre 3, 4; Lit Staff 3, 4; Reporter Staff 4; Delta Delta Delta 3, 4; Publicity Chairman 4; F.T.A. 3, 4. SECOND ROW ANITA JOYCE EDENFIELD. Miami. LIBERAL ARTS; BSU Council 4; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Program Chairman 4; The Honor 3, 4; FTA 4; YWA 1, 2, 3, 4; Food Advisory Committee 4 . . . ELWYN GERALD EDWARDS, Tampa, LIBERAL ARTS; ROTC; Cadet Lt. Col.; Ministerial Association; BSU; Little Theatre . . . DAPHINE ETHEREDGE. Chiefland. BUSINESS; FTA 2, 3, 4; YWA 3, 4; BSU 1. 2, 3, 4 ... JIM EDWARD FAVERO. DeLand. BUSINESS . . . MARTHA B. FINNEY, Wauchula, LIBERAL ARTS; FTA . . . MARGARET FITZPATRICK. Ellicottville. N. Y., MUSIC . . . BETTY ANN FLIPPO. Daytona Beach, LIBERAL ARTS; Zeta Tau Alpha 1,2 3, 4; Rush Chairman 4; Vice-President of Student Body 4; Social Vice-President of BSU Executive Council 4; Secretary and Treasurer of Women ' s Executive Council; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Radio Chorus and Travel Squad 2, 3, 4; Professional Club 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Hostess 4; Vice-President of Junior Class 3; Secretary of Stetson House Coun- cil 3; Vice-President of Zeta Tau Alpha 3; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities 4; Outstanding Senior 4 . . . RICHARD BERTRAM FLOOD. Tampa. LIBERAL ARTS; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; Min- isterial Association. THIRD ROW HOUSTON MARSHALL FLOURNOY. Largo. LIBERAL ARTS; Min- isterial Loan Fund Committee 2, 3, 4; Ministerial Association; Pulpit Supply 3; Program Chairman 4; BSU; Freshman Advisor 3, 4 . . . ANNABELLE FOSTER. Arcadia. LIBERAL ARTS; Marching and Sym- phonic Band 1, 2, 3; Methodist Student Movement Wesley Foun- dation 1, 2, 3, 4; Enlishment Vice-President 2; Worship Chairman 3; President 4; SCA 4; YWA 2, 3; Chapel Planning Committee 3; FTA 2. 4 . . . JOHN PERRY FROMBERGER. Daytona Beach, BUSINESS; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Commerce Club . . . CARL DREIGHTON GAFFE. Orlando, LIBERAL ARTS; Delta Sigma Phi; Tumbling Team; Mister Stetson 3 . . . CORA LEE GANDY. Haines City, LIBERAL ARTS; Alpha Dexioma 1 , 2, 3, 4; Chaplain 3; Vice-President 4; Volunteers 1, 2, 3; Secretary 3; YWA 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 2; Program Chairman 3 . . . ETHEL GETMAN. DeLand. LIBERAL ARTS . . . WALTER C. GRADY. DeLand. LIBERAL ARTS; Phi Alpha Theta . . . FRANCES DOLORES GRAY. DeLand, BUSINESS; Phi Mu 3, 4; Treas- urer 4; Town Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary and Treasurer; Sigma Alpha Chi 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3; President 4, Hatter Staff. FOURTH ROW JACK SHELDON GRIFFITH. Ft. Lauderdale, BUSINESS; Sigma Nu 1, 2, 3, 4; Rush Chairman 4; Pledge Captain; Hatter Staff 2, 3; Reporter Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Editor 4; Sigma Pi Kappa; Social Vice-President of Stu- dent Body 3; Ye Mystic Krewe; First Mate; Executive Committee 3; Men ' s Council 4; ROTC; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Univer- sities . . . BETTY LOUISE GROVER, Warner Robins, Ga., MUSIC; Phi Mu 3, 4; Glee Club Pianist 1, 2, 3, 4; BSU Council 3, 4 . . . JOHN HAILE. JR.. Holly Hill. BUSINESS . . . EVELYN HALL. Decatur. Ga„ LIBERAL ARTS; Delta Delta Delta; Little Theatre . . . FRANCES ELAINE HALL. Lake Wales. LIBERAL ARTS; Volunteers 1, 2, 3, 4; YWA 1- 2, 3, 4; President 4; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Society 2, 3, 4; The Honor 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4 . . . JAMES McIVER HARRELL, Stuart, LIBERAL ARTS; Ministerial Association; Sigma Chi . . . DORIS LAVON HART. Sebring, BUSINESS; Delta Delta Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Recording Secretary 2, 3; House President 3, 4; Tau Beta Sigma; President 4; Band; Little Theatre. FIFTH ROW CHARLES LOUIS HERRON. Sanford. LIBERAL ARTS . . . RICHARD PRICE HIGGINS. Orlando. LIBERAL ARTS; Delta Sigma Phi; Pep Band; Student Body Band . . . DORIS ROBINSON HOOPER. Daytona Beach. LIBERAL ARTS; Alpha Xi Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Marshal 2; Pledge Trainer 3; President 4; Glee Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Travel Squad; Women ' s Manager of Glee Club 4; Reporter Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Society Editor 3, 4; Panhellenic Council; Sigma Pi Kappa; Football Sponsor at Home- coming 4; Secretary of Student Body; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; Publicity Director 4 . . . MARTHA ANN HOWARD, Ocoee, LIBERAL ARTS; Alpha Dexioma 3; Glee Club 3; FTA 4; YWA 1,2... CLARENCE BENJAMIN HUGHES. JR., Daytona Beach. BUSINESS; " S " Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-captain 4; Sigma Phi Epsilon; President 4 . . . SOL ISRAEL, Spring Valley. N. Y., LIBERAL ARTS; Football . . . JANE BURNETTE JACKSON. Tenafly. N. J., BUSINESS; Alpha Xi Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Corresponding Secretary 2; Marshal 3; Interfraternity Council 2; Intramurals 1, 2; Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice- President 3; Sigma Pi Kappa; Treasurer 4; International Relations Club 2, 3, 4; President 3; Activities Editor of Hatter 3; Vice President of Stetson Hall House Counci 4; Freshman Advisor 1, 2 . " Watch that precipitate " Gotta study, hon -M£ STUDENTS FROM 27 STATES HAIL STETSON AS THEIR ALMA MATER. t h senior lass FIRST ROW ANN OLA JOHNSON. Hawthorne. LIBERAL ARTS; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; Executive Council 4; FTA 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Publicity 3; IRC 3, 4 . . . JAMES D. JOHNSTON. Dade City. LIBERAL ARTS; Ministerial Association . . . MARIAM VIONETTE KATIBA. Ocala. LIBERAL ARTS; Kappa Delta Pi; President 4; Sigma Delta Pi; Secretary 3; President 4; Scroll and Key; Secretary 4; FTA . . . R. V. KAUFFMAN, DeLand. LIBERAL ARTS . . . DELORES KELLY, Bartow. MUSIC; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Radio Chorus I, 2, 3, 4; Travel Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Director 3, 4; Music School Representative 1; Phi Beta 4; BSU Coun- cil 4 .. . WILLIAM KETCHAM. Stuart. LIBERAL ARTS . . . FLORA LOUISA KIBLER. Morganton. N. C. LIBERAL ARTS; Transfer Agnes Scott; Pi Beta Phi 3, 4; FTA; Intramurals; Freshman Advisor 4 . . . ROBERT E. KIMBROUGH. Lancaster. N. Y„ LIBERAL ARTS; Little Theatre. . . . HENRY LUIS MARTIN. Cleveland. Ohio. LIBERAL ARTS; IRC; President 4; Phi Alpha Theta; President 4 . . . VICTOR CLAUDE MASSEY. JR.. Tampa. LIBERAL ARTS; Phi Society . . . LAURA JEANNE MAXCY. Frostproof. LIBERAL ARTS; Zeta Tau Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4; President 4; Rush Chairman; Freshman Advisor 2, 3, 4; Re- porter Staff; Panhellenic Council; Westminster Fellowship; Assistant Society Editor of Hatter; WRA; Vice-President . . . JOAN MAY. Chipley. LIBERAL ARTS; Alpha Xi Delta 2, 3, 4; Theta Alpha Phi 2, 3, 4; President 4; Outstanding Freshman Woman 1; Future Teach- ers of America; President 3; Women ' s Council; Secretary 3; Liberal Arts School Secretary 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Vice-President 4; The Honor; Intramural Debating; Freshman Adviser 3; Little Theatre 1, 2, 3, 4; Scroll and Key 3, 4; Wesley Foundation; Honor Roll; Dean ' s List; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities 4. FOURTH ROW SECOND ROW JOANNE S. KINSLOE. Miami. LIBERAL ARTS; Delta Delta Delta; Sigma Pi Kappa; Social Chairman; Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer; Hatter Staff . . . GLORIA CORNELIA KLINE. Ocala. LIBERAL ARTS; Phi Mu 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 2; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; Reporter 3; State Publicity Director 3; Youth Revival Team 3; Future Teachers Association 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3; President 4; Hatter Editor 3; The Honor 3, 4; Vice-President 4; Junior Class Secretary 3; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities . . . CLINTON ROGER LAKE. DeLand, LIBERAL ARTS; Sigma Nu . . . HARRIETTE ELIZA- BETH LAND. Orlando. LIBERAL ARTS; Pi Beta Phi 3, 4; Stover Theatre 1, 2, 3, 4; BSU; Summer BSU Council 4; Theta Alpha Phi 3, 4; His- torian 3; Secretary 4; Beta Beta Beta 3, 4; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities 4 . . . BRUCE VAIL LANE. DeLand. LIBERAL ARTS; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Beta Beta Beta . . . FRED LANE. St. Peters- burg. LIBERAL ARTS . . . LAURA LANGWISH. St. Petersburg, LIB ERAL ARTS; Pi Beta Phi 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4; FTA 2, 3; Westminster Fellowship 2, 3; Representative on Stetson Party 4 . . . RICHARD WILLIAM LASSITER. Clermont. LIBERAL ARTS; Lambda Chi Alpha 3, 4; BSU; Phi Alpha Theta 3, 4; Secretary-Treasurer 4; Glee Club; Travel Squad; Radio Chorus 1, 2, 3. THIRD ROW WILLIAM E. LEWIS. Sarasota, LIBERAL ARTS ... JO ANN LINDSAY. Jacksonville, LIBERAL ARTS; Tumbling Team; FTA; Kappa Pi 4 . . . BETTY LYNN, Jacksonville. MUSIC; Zeta Tau Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4; Music Chairman; Phi Beta; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Advisor 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Travel Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Radio Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Outstanding Co-ed in Music School 3; German Club; Secretary; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities 4 . . . ELEANOR MacALESTER, New Philadelphia, Ohio, LIBERAL ARTS; Delta Delta Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; President 4; FTA; Panhellenic Council; Little Theatre D. PETER MAZUR. Warsaw. Poland. LIBERAL ARTS . . . HENRY BUNN McCALL. Sanford. LIBERAL ARTS; Pi Kappa Alpha; Historian; Baseball 1; Freshman Advisor; Honor Roll; Dean ' s List; Manager of Stetson Bookstore; FTA; Physical Education Major and Minor Club . . . EDWARD BOYD McCLARAN. Daytona Beach, BUSINESS; Delta Sigma Phi; ROTC . . . VAUGHN DREWRY McCLELLAND, Morgan. Ga.. BUSINESS; Sigma Alpha Chi 3, 4 . . . KELBY EDSEL McCOLIS- TER. Tampa. LIBERAL ARTS; Iota Chi; Ministerial Association; Treas- urer . . . EUGENE FRANCIS McKELLIGAN. DeLand, BUSINESS; Sigma Alpha Chi 3, 4; Commerce Club 3, 4; Scroll and Key 4 . . . JOAN L. MEINKEN. New Rochelle. N. Y., LIBERAL ARTS . . . DONALD HENRY MELOON, Titusville, LIBERAL ARTS; Ministerial Association. FIFTH ROW HOWARD EMERSON MERRILL, DeLand, LIBERAL ARTS; Der Deutche Verein 4; Gamma Sigma Epsilon 3, 4; Theta Alpha Phi 3, 4 . . . HO- GAN W. MERRITT. Linden, BUSINESS . . . PATRICIA LAVONNE MER- RITT. Delray Beach, LIBERAL ARTS; Alpha Xi Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Reporter Staff 1 2, 3, 4; Feature Editor 3; Hatter Staff 3, 4; Sigma Pi Kappa; Vice President; The Honor; IRC; Vice-President; Stetson Hall Council; President 4; Executive Council . . . GABRIELA LUISA MOLINA. Jacksonville. MUSIC; Phi Beta; Historian 4; Sigma Delta Pi; Alpha Dexioma 4; Publicity Chairman; BSU; YWA; Glee Club . . FRANCIS PATRICK MONACO. Daytona Beach. LIBERAL ARTS . . . MARY LOU MORRIS. Senerna Park. Md., LIBERAL ARTS; Delta Delta Delta; Treasurer 3; Recording Secretary 4; Panhellenic Representative; Stetson Party Representative . . . ISABELLE ELIZABETH MOSS. Delray Beach, LIBERAL ARTS; Alpha Xi Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Rush Chair- man 3; Vice-President 4; German Club 3; Vice-President 3; Pan- hellenic Council 2, 3; Vice-President 3; IRC 3, 4; Social Chairman; SCA 3, 4; Secretary; Wesley Foundation 3, 4; Beta Beta Beta 3, 4; Historian; Secretary of Liberal Arts School 4 . . . ROBERT GILMORE NEVINS, DeLand, BUSINESS. The perfect end of a day. Opening night. mi «? V " KAUFFMAN LAND MacALESTER McClelland KELLY LANE. B. MARTIN McCOLISTER KETCHAM LANE. F. MASSEY McKELLIGAN KIBLER LANGWISH MAXCY MEINKEN KIMBROUG1 LASSITER MAY MELOON MERRITT, H. STETSON UNIVERSITY WAS THE RECIPIENT OF THE WILLIAM E. HOLLER FOUNTAIN. t h senior lass FIRST ROW KAI-CHOI LAMSAM NG. Bangkok. Thailand. BUSINESS . . . VIVIAN MARIE NICHOLS. Lakeland. LIBERAL ARTS; Band 2, BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; FTA 1, 2, 3, 4; YWA; Secretary 4; Tau Beta Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4; Treas- urer 3 . . . WALTER E. NOLAN. DeLand. LIBERAL ARTS . . . CURTIS NORMAN. DeLand. LIBERAL ARTS . . . EIICHI OKAJIMA. Saitama. Japan. LIBERAL ARTS . . . MAX I. CSSINSKY, Daytona Beach. BUSINESS; Sigma Alpha Chi 3, 4 . . . LILLA MARGARET PARTIN, Saniord. LIBERAL ARTS; Pi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Pledge Trainer 3; Corresponding Secretary 4; Outstanding Co-ed in Campus Activities 3; Homecoming Hostess 3; Rules and Procedure Committee; Consti- tution Revision Committee; FTA 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President of Liberal Arts School 4; CHARLES PATTERSON. Miami. BUSINESS; Pi Kappa Phi. SECOND ROW EDSON PERRY. Uncasville. Conn., MUSIC; Orchestra . . . ARVID JOHN PETERSON. Pierson. LIBERAL ARTS; Pi Kappa Phi; Summer Archon 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; " S " Club; President of Sophomore Class 2; Presi- dent of Senior Class 4; Beta Beta Beta 3, 4; President 4; Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities; Outstanding Senior 4 . . BARBARA M. PHILLIPS. Mt. Tabor. N. J.. BUSINESS; Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary; Vice-President 4; FTA 1, 2, 3, 4; Librarian 3; Sigma Pi Kappa 2, 3, 4; Social Chairman; Secretary; SCA 3, 4; Hatter Staff 2, 3; Managing Editor 3; Women ' s Council 2; Pep Club 2; IRC 3, 4; Student Library Committee 4; Student Religious Life Committee . . . GORDON INGRAM PITTMAN. Marianna. LIBERAL ARTS; Ministerial Association; Secretary; La Franciade . . . MYRNA LOUISA PRICE, St. Petersburg. LIBERAL ARTS; Sigma Delta Pi; Corresponding Secretary; Canterbury Club; Secretary . . . MARI- LYN LOUISE PURVIS, Arcadia. LIBERAL ARTS; Phi Mu 1, 2, 3, 4; Chaplain 2; Historian 2; Reporter 2; Registrar ' Librarian 3; President 4; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; Recording Secretary 4; Focus Week Committee Member 3; Freshman Advisor 2, 3; FTA 3, 4; Vice-President 3; YWA 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Secretary of Women ' s Student Government Association 2; Intramural Floor Manager 2; Vice-Presi- dent Chaudoin House Council 3; President of Women ' s Student Gov- ernment Association 4; Panhellenic Council 4; Honor Roll; Dean ' s List; The Honor; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities . . . G. DUANE QUICK. Flint, Michigan, LIBERAL ARTS; Delta Sigma Phi; Vice-President 4; IFC Vice-President 4; Homecoming Committee 4; Pi Kappa Delta 4 . . . PATRICIA PLANK QUIRK, Lakewood, R. I.. LIBERAL ARTS; Phi Mu 3, 4; Social Chairman 4; Majorette 3, 4. THIRD ROW META MARGARET RABE. Casselberry. LIBERAL ARTS . . . JOE RAF- FOELE. West New York. N. J., BUSINESS; Delta Sigma Phi 3, 4; Foot- ball, Co-captain 4 . . . JOANNE ELLEN REEVES, Miami, LIBERAL ARTS . . . CLIFTA ANN RHODE, Beresford, LIBERAL ARTS; Town Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Manager 1, 2; German Club 2; Professional Club 1, 2, 3; Secretary 3; Physical Education Majors and Minors Club 2, 3, 4; Publicity 3; Stetson Archaeological Society 3; FTA 4; Hatter Staff 3 . . . MARTIN LOUIS ROSSI, Northvale, N. J.. LIBERAL ARTS; Pi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Basketball 2, 4; " S " Club . . . ALPHONSE PHILLIP SALATINO, Rochester, N. Y. LIBERAL ARTS . . . PEARL ALEENE SARGEANT, Haverhill, Mass., LIBERAL ARTS; YWA 2, 3, 4; FTA 2, 3, 4; BSU . . . GEORGE LOUIS SHIERHORN, DeLand, BUSINESS FOURTH ROW RUTH SHANNON, Daytona Beach. LIBERAL ARTS; Stover Theatre 1, 2, 3, 4; Business Manager 2; FTA 3, 4; Theta Alpha Phi 4 . . . ERNEST O. SIKES. Miami, LIBERAL ARTS; Transfer Mars Hill Col- lege; Ministerial Association; BSU; Enlistment Vice-President . . . JOHN NORMAN SIMS, Hogansville, Ga„ MUSIC; Glee Club . . . RICHARD ALAN SPENCER, Tampa, LIBERAL ARTS; Pi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Tumbling Team 3; ROTC Officers Club 4 . . . EDWARD GUSTAV STEPHANY. JR.. Bethel. Conn.. LIBERAL ARTS; Delta Sigma Phi; Homecoming Committee; Hatter Holiday Committee . . . COLUMBUS SCHALAH STEPHENS, Umatilla, BUSINESS; Sigma Nu . . . MATTHEW F. STILING, Williamsville. N. Y„ BUSINESS; Scroll and Key; Treas- urer 4; Adelphos Society; Commerce Club. FIFTH ROW WILLIAM SUDYK, Daytona Beach, BUSINESS; Commerce Club . . . GUSTAVE ROBERT SURPRENENT, DeLand, LIBERAL ARTS; Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . MARCIA JEAN TARBERT, Fairview, N. C. BUSI- NESS; Alpha Xi Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 2; President 3; Freshman Advisor 3, 4; Commerce Club 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3; Vice-President 4; Sigma Pi Kappa 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; Hatter Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Reporter Editorial Board 4; Panhellenic 3; The Honor 4; Vice-President of Senior Class 4 . . . OWEN G. TENBROECK. Daytona Beach, LIBERAL ARTS . . . ADRIENNE L. THURMOND, Ft. Pierce, MUSIC; Alpha Dexioma 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3; Phi Beta 4; Freshman Advisor 4; BSU . . . VIVA KATHLEEN TILLIS. St. Petersburg. BUSINESS; Delta Delta Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Fencing Club 1, 2 . . . CLEATUS M. TURNER. Bonifay. BUSINESS; Commerce Club . . . SHIR- LEY TURNER. Edison. Ga„ LIBERAL ARTS; Phi Mu; Secretary 3, 4; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; Pianist 4; Phi Beta; The Honor 3, 4; Women ' s Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Executive Council; Glee Cl ub. " A hat is a hat is Beautiful fountain. PERRY, E. RABE SHANNON SUDYK PATTERSON QUIRK SHIERHORN STILLWELL TURNER. S. WJBS IS STETSON ' S OWN RADIO STATION t h senior 1 a s is FIRST ROW PEGGY D. V1TSARAS. DeLand, LIBERAL ARTS; Kappa Pi 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3; President 4; Canterbury Club; Town Girls Club . . . SUE WARREN. Daytona Beach. MUSIC; Zeta Tau Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Beta; Travel Squad; BSU ... JOE W. WEBER, Palalka. BUSINESS . . . ROGER FRANKLIN WEINACKER. Short Hills. N. J„ BUSINESS; Delta Sigma Phi . . . WILLIAM M. WEISE. Lebanon. Pa.. LIBERAL ARTS; Lambda Chi Alpha . . . GEORGE JEACLE WHITE, JR.. Mount Dora. BUSINESS; Sigma Nu 1, 2, 3, 4; Sentinel; Pledge Captain; Commerce Club 3, 4; President of Business School 4; Sigma Pi Kappa 4; Reporter Staff; ROTC Band 3, 4. SECOND ROW ANNETTE VEVA WILLCOX. Jacksonville. LIBERAL ARTS; Alpha Dexioma 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3; President 4; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; Publicity Director 2; State Publicity Director 3; Devotional Chairman 4; YWA 1, 2, 3, 4; FTA I, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 2; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Historian 4; The Honor 3, 4; President 4; Phi Society 2, 3, 4; Treas- urer 3; Vice-President 4; Scroll and Key 3, 4; Vice-President 4; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities 4 . . . ALMA LANE WILLIAMS. Miami. LIBERAL ARTS . . . ONA MAE BARFIELD. Orlando. LIBERAL ARTS; Zeta Tau Alpha 3, 4; Scroll and Key 3, 4; The Honor 3, 4; Harry S. Taylor Humanities Prize 3; Freshman Advisor; Little Theatre; Theta Alpha Phi 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Senior Class Secretary; Reporter Staff; Religion Editor 3, 4; Quarterly Staff 3; Sigma Pi Kappa 3, 4; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; Social Vice-President; State Devotional Vice-President; YWA 1, 2, 3, 4; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities; Outstand- ing Senior 4 . . . SUSAN JEANNE WILSON, DeLand. LIBERAL ARTS; Pi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 4; Little Theatre 1, 2, 3, 4; Theta Alpha Phi 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3, 4; Freshman Advisor 2, 3, 4 . . . OTHA WINNINGHAM, DeLand, LIBERAL ARTS . . . KEN- NETH WILLIAM McINTOSH. Miami. LIBERAL ARTS; Sigma Nu 1, 2, 3, 4; Tumbling Team 3, 4. Turner teat Women, women, everywhere L. ' " ■ ' ' • " VITSARIS WARREN WILLCOX WILLIAMS I WEBER WEINACKER BARFIELD WILSON WEISE WINNINGHAM WHITE McINTOSH Our beloved President and First Lady " Mr. Thornhill raiei Pie Fie Pah-ty FIRST ROW JOYCE ABHAHAMSON. Ludington. Mich Liberal Arts CAROLYN MARIE BALTZER. Ludington. Mich Liberal Arts HELEN LORRAINE BARRINGTON. Montgomery. Ala. . . Liberal Arts ROBERT CARLTON BERRYMAN. West Palm Beach . . . Liberal Arts HOUSTON KENNETH BEST. Lady Lake Business SUZANNE KATHERINE BLOW. Jacksonville Liberal Arts SECOND ROW DOROTHY FLORENCE BOHREN. Warren. Penn Music CECIL ERNEST BOYD. Eustis Liberal Arts MARY JO BRADDY. Ft. Lauderdale Liberal Arts DAVID B. BRANTLEY. Sebastian Liberal Arts ROBERT BRISSON. Saniord Liberal Arts CLARA ALEXANDRIA BRITTON. Jacksonville Business THIRD ROW MARY MELLE BURGESS. Stuart Liberal Arts JOHN DOUGLAS BURNS. Birmingham. Ala Liberal Arts BOERNER BUTTS. DeLand Liberal Arts JIMMIE MATTERN BUTTS. Yukon Liberal Arts OLIVER C. CAMPBELL. DeLand Liberal Arts OLIVER GENE CARTER. Dade City Liberal Arts FOURTH ROW PATRICIA J. CLARK. Miami Liberal Arts JACK HADDON COLDIRON, Kingsport. Tenn Music LILLIE MAE COLLINS. Avon Park Liberal Arts LAMBERT G. CONSTANTINE. Birmingham. Ala Business A. HOMER COOKSEY. Winter Haven Liberal Arts FIFTH ROW WILLIAM ORWIN COX, Apopka Liberal Arts MARILLYN F. CRAIG. Lakeland Liberal Arts MITTON OWEN CRAWFORD. Winter Garden Liberal Arts SUZANNE KAY CRAWFORD. Ludington. Mich Liberal Arts FRANKIE JACQUETTE CROWE. Spindale, N. C Business JAMES THOMAS DUFFIN. Winter Park Business SIXTH ROW JUNE ELLEN DILLARD. DeLand Liberal Arts MADELINE HELEN DINKINS, DeLand Liberal Arts BILL EDWARDS. Orlando Liberal Arts HARRY ALEXANDER EVERTZ. Ft. Lauderdale Business WILLIAM E. FALEN, DeLand Business VAN R. FIELD. Center Moriches. N. Y Liberal Arts SEVENTH ROW MARGARET LOUISE FEINSOD, Venice Liberal Arts ROBERT A. FREEZE. Clearwater Liberal Arts DOROTHY DELL FUGATE. Williston Liberal Arts THOMAS HALL GIBSON. JR., Coral Gables Business L. ROBERT GORDON. Asheville. N. C Business FRANCIS A. GREENE. Atlantic Beach Business EIGHTH ROW HELEN R. GRIMSLEY. St. Petersburg Business BETTY GAYLE HAGOOD. Crestview Liberal Arts DANIEL WILLIAM HALL. Lake Placid Business MARJORIE CARROLL HART, Waycross, Ga Music IRIS ELTHIA HARVEY, Nashville, Ga Liberal Arts ROY BENDIX HANSEN, National Gardens Business NINTH ROW THEODORE CHARLES HEISIG, White Plains, N. Y Business GENE EDWIN HILL, Julian. W. Va Business CECIL WILLIAM HOLLY, JR., Blountstown Music ROBERT BYRON HUFFMAN. Clearsprings. Md Liberal Arts WILLIAM RAY HYDE. Detroit. Mich Liberal Arts JOHN WILLIAM IMAND. Miami Liberal Arts ABRAHAMSON BALTZER BARRINGTON BERRYMAN BEST BL OW BOHREN BOYD BRADDY BRANTLEY BRISSON BRITTON BURGESS BURNS BUTTS. B. BUTTS. I. CAMPBELL CARTER CLARK COLDIRON COLLINS COLLINS. L. CONSTANTINE COOKSEY COX CRAIG CRAWFORD, O. CAWFORD. S. CROWE DIFFIN DILLARD DINKINS EDWARDS EVERTZ FALEN FIELD FEINSOD FREEZE FUGATE GIBSON GORDON GREENE GRIMSLEY HAGOOD HALL HART HARVEY HANSEN HEISIG HILL HOLLEY HUFFMAN HYDE IMAND a? o ft ft s T ft FIRST ROW MARTHA ELIZABETH INGRAM. Ft. Pierce Liberal Arts THOMAS JAMES. Charlotte. N. C Business DON EDMOND JARRELL. Madison. W. 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Delaware Business RAY McCLURE, Sod, West Virginia Business EARLE CAMERON McCORMICK. Maitland Liberal Arts JOHN McDONALD. Jacksonville Liberal Arts AURELIA BOYCE McGRAW. Mooresville. N. C Liberal Arts SECOND ROW BETTY LAWRENCE McKEE. Laurel. Miss Business EDWARD ZINGLE MIDGETT. New Smyrna Beach .... Liberal Arts ELIZABETH JANE MILLER. Laudon, Tennessee Liberal Arts ZEILA WINONA MILLER. St. Petersburg Liberal Arts CAROLYN MORGAN, Florence. Alabama Liberal Arts DAVID GWILYM MORGAN, DeLand Business THIRD ROW WILLIAM D. MORSER. Delray Beach Business M. JOANNE MOTES. Palatka Music ANN CLARE MYERS. Homosassa Springs Business CHARLES DANIEL MYERS. Waycross. Ga Business MARY ANN NEALE, Chattanooga. Tennessee Music JACK WERTZ NEASE. Jacksonville Liberal Arts FOURTH ROW SHIRLEY DEANE NELSON. Titusville Business GLORIA ELIZABETH NIX. Lakeland Liberal Arts MURRAY ALTON NORTH. Ft. Pierce Liberal Arts EDNA ST1RA NOE. Lancaster, Kentucky Liberal Arts WALTER NORDEN. Winter Haven Business MARGARET ANN NORTON. Umatilla Business FIFTH ROW SHEILA ANN NUGENT, Ludington. Mich Music BARBARA ANN ORTT, Sebring Business ELIZABETH ANN OSBURN. Orlando Music ALICE LOUISE OWENS. Ocoee Liberal Arts CARLTON OWENS. Wellborn Liberal Arts LEZELLE OWENS. Pensacola Liberal Arts SIXTH ROW LOUIS DAVE PARR, Bufialo, N. Y Liberal Arts GEORGE LATIMER PAINTER, Jacksonville Liberal Arts SHIRLEY ANN PARKER. Foby Liberal Arts BETTY LOU PARTIN. Sanford Business GEORGIA ELAINE PAULK. Willacoochee. Ga Liberal Arts JOAN PERSONS. Daytona Beach Liberal Arts SEVENTH ROW BETTY ANNE POLK. Eustis Business NORMA JEAN PREVATT, Seville Business HENRY EDDIE QUATES. New Berry Liberal Arts EARL RATLIFF, Sanford Liberal Arts BETTY LOU REEDY. Clintwood. Va Business CLIFF REVELL, Miami Liberal Arts EIGHTH ROW GINGER ROSE RICH, Moultrie. Ga Libe ral Arts HARRY FREEMAN RIFFLE. DeLand Business FRANKLIN RANDOLPH RITTER, Jacksonville Liberal Arts BETTYE ANN ROBERTS. DeLand Eusiness JIM PAUL RODGERS. Winter Haven Music BARBARA DUGUID ROHN. Ludington, Mich Liberal Arts NINTH ROW RAYMON OSCAR RUTLEDGE. Florence Villa Liberal Arts RUSSELL VEQNER SANDBERG. Glenside. Pa Liberal Arts JANET ESTELLE SAULS. Shelby, N. C Music MARY ELiZABETH SEELEY. Charlotte. N. C Liberal Arts MARTHA FRANCES SHARRON, Jacksonville Liberal Arts ARNOLD SHERMAN. Rye. N. Y Business MARCELL McCABE McCLURE Mccormick Mcdonald McGRAW McKEE MIDGETT MILLER. J. MILLER. W. MORGAN. C. MORGAN. D. MORSER MOTES MYERS, A. MYERS, C. NEALE NEASE NELSON NIX NORTH NOE NORDEN NORTON NUGENT ORTT OSBURN OWENS, A. OWENS, C. OWENS, L. PARR PAINTER PARKER PARTIN PAUL K PERSONS POLK PREVATT QUATES RATLIFF REEDY REVELL RICH RIFFLE RITTER ROBERTS RODGERS ROHN RUTLEDGE SANDBERG SAULS SEELEY SHARRON SHERMAN t VJ i ' 8? r s 9 ft s mi — • ft ther flight!!! " FIRST ROW EARL B. SIMMONS, DeLand Liberal Arts GEORGE THOMAS SINGELTARY. Bradenton Business FLORENCE E. SMITH. DeLeon Springs Liberal Arts FRANK B. SMITH. New Hampton. N. H Liberal Arts JOHN PARKER SMITH. New Hampton. N. H Liberal Arts PAUL STANLEY SMITH. Pittsburgh. Penn Business SECOND ROW ROBERT LEE SMITH, Bartow Liberal Arts WALTER SNYDER, Lake Worth Music ALICE SPROTT. Boca Grande Business ANNA SPROTT. Boca Grande Liberal Arts CHARLES ALBERT SPROUL. DeLand Liberal Arts HELMUT STAMM. Daytona Beach Business THIRD ROW PRISCILLA ANN STEELE. Ft. Myers Liberal Arls EDNA JO STEPHENS. Miami Music ROBERT LOUIS STEVENS. New Smyrna Beach Liberal Arts ELEANOR LOUISE STONE. St. Petersburg Liberal Arts HARRIETT HELENE STONES, Daytona Beach Liberal Arts CARL EVRETT STOREY. Fort Meade Business FOURTH ROW SYLVIA JO ANN STOUTENBURGH. Ocoee Music LARRY STRACENER. Jacksonville Music MARILYN JEAN STUART. Ft. Lauderdale Liberal Arts WALTER RAY SULLINS. Vero Beach Liberal Arts BARBARA ANNE SULLIVAN. Quincy Business MARGARET JANE SUMMERS. Orlando Liberal Arts FIFTH ROW NANCY JOAN THEOBALD. Dayton. Ohio Business WILMA JEAN THOMPSON. Quitman. Ga Liberal Arts FLETA THORPE. Miami Liberal Arts MARIBEL LOURIEN TUCKER. Westfield. N. J Business ELEANOR LOUISE TURCK. Neptune Beach Liberal Arts RITA MAE TREON. Atlanta. Ga Liberal Arts SIXTH ROW SHERRILL RUTH UNDERWOOD, Johnson City. Tenn. . . Liberal Arts NANCY LEE VANNUS. Ft. Lauderdale Liberal Arts VICTOR CORNELIUS VAUGHEN. DeLand Liberal Arts PATSY RUTH WALKER. Winter Haven Music RONALD WALKER, Orlando Liberal Arts BRUCE EDGE WARDEN. DeLand Liberal Arts SEVENTH ROW EARL KELVIN WASHBURN. DeLand Business DALLAS ALFRED WEEKLEY. Avon Park Music PEGGY ANN WHIDDON. Ft. Lauderdale Liberal Arts ZARETA JEAN WHITE. DeLand Business JAMES WHITTLE. Quincy Liberal Arts JACK TAGGART WILBER. DeLand Business EIGHTH ROW LAURENCE MILTON WILLARD. DeLand Liberal Arts JANE WILSON. Opelika. Ala Liberal Arts WILMA CAROLYN WILSON. Dania Liberal Arts PATRICIA LOUISE WODISCHEK. Delray Beach Business BARBARA JEAN WOOTEN. Clilton. S. C Liberal Arts LOTTIE S. YOUNGBLOOD. DeLand Business VIRGINIA RAY ZIGLER. Jacksonville Liberal Arts SIMMONS SINGELTARY SMITH. FLORENCE SMITH. FRANK SMITH. J. SMITH. P. SMITH. R. SNYDER SPROTT. ALICE SPROTT. ANNA SPROUL STAMM STEELE STEPHENS STEVENS STONE STONES STOREY STOUTENBURGH STRACENER STUART SULLINS SULLIVAN SUMMERS THEOBALD THOMPSON THORPE TUCKER TURCK TREON UNDERWOOD VAN NUS VAUGHEN WALKER, P. WALKEB. R. WARDEN WHIDDON WEEKLEY WASHBURN WHITE WHITTLE WILBER WILLARD WILSON. I. WILSON. W. WODISCHEK WOOTEN YOUNGBLOOD ZIGLER kMi £ mi mi mi LEMUEL A. HASLUP Dean OFFICERS VINCENT THORNTON President T. FRANK HOBSON. JR Vice President BOB MATHEWS Soc. Vice President GEORGE STEDRONSKY Secretary BILL WHITAKER Treasurer JACK TAMM- Justice of Honor Court the is e o o o i 1 a w The College of Law, oldest in the State of Flor- ida, had its first catalogue published in 1900. The College of Law is a member of the Association of American Law Schools and is approved by the Council of Legal Education of the American Bar Association. The Law School, located temporarily on the Naval Air Station, has one of the finest law libra- ries in the state. a c nl t j CLIFFORD WALDORF CRANDALL Visiting Professor of Law B.S. 1896, Adrian College; LL.B. 1899, Univ. of Mich; LL.D. 1937, Adrian College LEONARD I. CURTIS Visiting Professor of Law B.S-, M.S., LL.D., Franklin College; J.D., University of Chicago ROY FRANCIS HOWES Professor of Law A.B. 1910, Clark College; M.A. 1912, Leland Stanford Univ.; LL.B. 1918, Stetson Univ.; LL.B. 1926, Cornell Univ.; S.J.D. 1931. New York Univ. RAY JORDAN Law Librarian B.A., Stetson U.; B.S. in Library Science, U. of North Carolina CHARLES JOSEPH HILKEY Professor of Law A.B. 1905, College of Emporia; A.M. 1907, Univ. of Kansas; Ph.D. 1910, Columbia Univ.; J.D. 1915, Univ. of Mich. Law School; S.J.D. 1924, Harvard Univ. Law School. LOUIS CLAY JAMES Assistant Professor of Law B.S. 1945, Univ. of Virginia; M.S. 1948, Columbia Univ.; LL.B. 1931, Univ. of Virginia. HARVEY J. JERNIGAN Assistant Professor of Law B.S. 1931, Univ. of Florida; LL.B. 1948, Stetson Univ. JAMES ROBERT WILSON Visiting Professor of Law A.B. 1928, J.D. 1930, Univ. of Iowa; J.S.D. 1934, Columbia Univ. The State vs. Kent. the law school seniors FRANK B. ARNOLD ... St. Petersburg Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity. ROBERT GEORGE BAMOND ... St. Petersburg Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity. GERALD S. BERKELL . . . Miami Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, Officer 4;; Senior Class Vice- President. RICHARD D. BERTONE . . . Erie. Pa. NORMAN J. BOLINGER . . . Saxton. Pa. EARL CARL BRANNING . . . N. Homell. N. Y. International Relations Club 1; Thomas Law Club 2, 3, 4; Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity, Historian 3, Clerk 4, Exchequer 4; Law Breakfast Arrangement Committee 3; Senior Class President; Alumni Association of Class of 1952; Stetson Law Student Asso- ciation, Secretary-Treasurer; Grievance Committee 1. ERNEST MARK BREED. JR. . . . DeLand Westminster Fellowship 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4; Student Christian Association 3, 4, President 3, 4; Adelphos Society 3, 4, Secretary 4; Phi Alpha Delta 3, 4, Auditor, Treasurer 4; Chapel Committee 4; Men ' s Undergraduate Council, Charter Member. EDWARD A. BROWN, JR. . . . Miami Veterans Club 1, 2, President 1; Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chapman Law Club 2, 3, 4; Student Bar Association 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity 2, 3, 4, Vice- Justice 3, Justice 4; Adelphos Society 1, 2, Treasurer 2, Sec- retary 3. EMORY CHARLES CHASE . . . Erie. Pa. Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity 2, 3, 4; Student Bar Association. COLQUITT ARCHIE CLEMENT . . . Tarpon Springs Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity; Honor Court Vice-Justice. JEROME KERMIT COBLE . . . Greensboro. N. C. Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity; Honor Court Justice; " S " Club 2, 3, 4, President 4; Football Team 2, 3, 4. JAMES M. COLE . . . Miami Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity; Stray Greeks; Student Bar Association; Mock Trial, Volusia County Court House 4. EDWARD DOUGLAS COWART . . . Miami Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity; Honor Court Chief Justice; Senior Class President. KENNETH CARLISLE CROSS. JR. . . . Daytona Beach Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity 3, 4; Corresponding Secretary 3, Clerk 4; Student Advisor 4. FRENCH C. DAVIS. JR. . . . Daytona Beach Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity. DENNIS DINGLE . . . DeLand JAMES H. DIXON, JR. . . . Jacksonville Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity; Adelphos Society. FRANK FERNANDEZ . . . Orlando Sigma Delta Pi 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4; Tumbling Team 1- 2, 3, 4. FRANK J. FLYNN . . . New Smyrna Beach Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity. SAMUEL GOODFRIEND . . . DeLand Outstanding Senior 4; Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity 4, Presi- dent 4; Thomas Law Club; Mock Trial, Gainesville 4; Adelphos Society; National Association of Law; Student Nominating Com- mittee. TRUMAN E. GRASON . . . Orlando Pi Kappa Phi; Kappa Kappa Psi; Sigr Freshman Class; Band; Orchestra. Alpha Chi; President, JOHN F. W. GREEN . . . Atlantic Beach Transfer, Tulane Law School; Phi Alpha Delta Legal Frat. CLIFFORD BYRD GOSNEY . . . DeLand Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity; " X " Club; Stray Greeks; International Relations Club; Mock Trial, Volusia County Court House. JOHN M. HATHAWAY . . . Punta Gorda Sigma Nu; International Relations Club; Chapman Law Club. OTIS M. HENDERSON . . . Jasper Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity; Pi Kappa Delta; Debate Team. T. FRANK HOBSON. JP. . . . St. Petersburg Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice President 5; Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fra- ternity; Vice President of Law School 4. THORNWALD J. HUSFELD . . . DeLand Sigma Nu, Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity. ALBERT S. JOHNSTON Tampa ALBERT E. JONES. JR. . . . Pittsburgh, Pa. Graduate School, University of Pittsburgh, Treasurer; Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity; Adelphos Society. The State vs. Davi; ARNOLD BAMOND BRANNING mtom COBLE COLE COWART CROSS DAVIS DIXON FERNANDEZ FLYNN GOODFRIEND GOSNEY HENDERSON HOBSON HUSFELD JOHNSTON JONES. A. E. t h a w is c h o o 1 is e o 1 o r s NEWTON T. JONES . . . Jacksonville Phi Alpha Delia Legal Fraternity. EDWARD J. KWIATKOWSKI . . . Toledo, Ohio JOHN H. LEATHEN . . . Pittsburgh. Pa. Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity. JOHN W. McCORMICK . . . DeLand Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity; Thomas Law Club. JOSEPH P. McNULTY. St. Petersburg Pi Kappa Alpha; Varsity Baseball. WILLIAM S. METCALF . . . Ocala Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity; Legal Inter-Fraternity Council; Pres.; Stray Greeks; Pres.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. WILLIAM T. MOORE . . . Coombs. Ky. Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity. H. J. MORTON . . . DeLand Pi Kappa Alpha; Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity; Law School Class President 2, 3. HARRY E. NICHOLS . . . Jacksonville Delta Theta Phi Legal Fraternity. WILLIAM H. O ' CONNOR . . . DeLand Adelphos Society; Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity. GEORGE L. PALLOTTO . . . Erie. Pa. Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity; Historian 4; Chapman Law Club; Newman Club; Student Ear Association. SALVATORE V. PASSAFIUME . . . Pittsburgh. Pa. Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity, Clerk 3; Student Activity Coun- selor 4; Vice-President, Chapman Club 4; Chairman Law Day Committee 4. JOSEPH E. QUIRK. JR. . . . Miami Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity, Clerk 4. CLYDE L. ROBERTS . . JOSEPH A. SCARLETT Lakeland . . DeLand BENJAMIN C. SIDWELL . . . Tampa Chapman Law Club; Honor Court Investigating Committee; Chairman, Library Committee. ALLEN B. SMITH . . . DeLand President, Adelphos Society; " S " Club; Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity. LLOYD A. SMITH . . . New Smyrna Beach Student Bar Association 2, 3, 4. GERALD MARK STAAB . . . Pitislield, N. H. Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity 2, 3, 4; Honor Court 2. MALCOLM L. STEPHENS. JR. . . . St. Augustine Treasurer, Student Bar Association 2, 3; Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity, Treasurer, Vice-Justice 3, Justice 4. LEON F. STEWART . . . Bessemer, Alabama STEVE STRATFORD . . . Jacksonville President, Student Body 4; Who ' s Who 4; Scroll and Key, Vice- President 3, President 4; Phi Society, Vice-President 3, President 4; Delta Sigma Phi, Vice-President 3, President 4; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities 4; Ye Mystic Krewe, Treas- urer 3, Secretary 4; Honor Court Justice 3; Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity, Vice-President 3; Inter-Fraternity Council 3; Freshman Rules and Procedure Committee. VLADIMIR J. SZAREK . . . DeLand Commerce Club; Delta Theta Phi Legal Fraternity, Dean; Thomas Law Club. JOHN R. TAMM . . . Daytona Beach Honor Court, Chief Justice; Vice-President Junior Class; Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity. VINCENT H. THORNTON . . . Tampa Outstanding Senior; President, Law Student Association 3, 4; Phi Delta Phi, Magister, Exchequer 2, 3, 4; Thomas Law Club 2, 3, 4; Justice, Student Honor Court 3; Chairman Banquet Com- mittee, Law Day 3; Westmin ster Fellowship. EDWARD LEE TRADER . . . Melbourne Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity. DAN RAY WARREN . . . Greensboro, N. C. Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity; Honor Court, Assistant Jus- tice 2. WILLIAM EDWARD WEAVER. JR. . . . Flomaton, Alabama Vice-President Freshman Law Class; Sec.-Treas. Junior Law Class; Treasurer Senior Law Class; Coordinator of Law Clubs; Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity, Social Vice-President. PAT C. WHITAKER. JR. . . . Tampa GRADY W. WHITE . . . Talladega. Alabama Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity. ' Drunk as a skunk . Coniederate Captains? JONES. N. KWIATKOWSKI LEATHEN Mccormick METCALF MOORE MORTON O ' CONNOR PALLOTTO PASSAFIUME STRATFORD SZAREK TAMM THORNTON TRADER WARREN WEAVER WHITAKER Honorary Initiation of Dean Haslup into Phi Delta Phi. Honorary Initiation oi Dr. Howes into Phi Alpha Delta. the law juniors BJARNE BECKER ANDERSEN. JR. . . . Daylona Beach ISHAM LAFAYETTE ANDERSON . . . Monlicello FRED CEDRIC BARKSDALE . . . Tampa RICHARD BATES . . . Cincinnati, Ohio NICHOLAS CAPUTO . . . Braddock. Pa. ARTHUR COUKART . . . Daylona Beach JOHN M. DAME . . . Fernandina SYLVAN JOSEPH DAVIS . . . Sanlord JEROME FINE . . . Detroit, Michigan FRANCIS LOWELL FOWLER . . . Daytona Beach ANTHONY JOHN GREZIK . . . Daytona Beach WALLACE EDWARD GRISSETT. JR. . . . Jacksonville LILLIAN ELIZABETH GRUBBS ... St. Augustine CARIO JOHN ICARDI . . . Pittsburgh. Pa. ALBERT SIDNEY JOHNSON . . . Tampa RICHMOND CHARLES JOHNSON . . . Smethport, Pa. LYNN W. KIRKLAND . . . Auburndale ROBERT EVLON KNOWLES . . . Bradenton LOUIS KURZ, JR. . . . Jacksonville DAN LEFEVRE . . . Winter Park ROBERT EARL MATHEWS. JR. . . . Belle Glade DONALD FREDERICK MILDNER . . . Steubenville. Ohio JOHN ROOT . . . Saniord WILLIAM ROSSI . . . Pittsburgh, Pa. FRANCIS SMITH . . . West Palm Beach GEORGE STEDRONSKY . . . Mt. Dora WILLIAM TOMLINSON . . . Jacksonville DOMINIC ALFRED TROIANO ... St. Petersburg JAMES H. TUCKER . . . Orlando WILLIAM C. WALKER, JR. . . . Orlando LAWRENCE RONALD WARRICK . . . Winter Park ANDERSEN, B. ANDERSON, I. BARKSDALE CAPUTO COUKART DAME DAVIS FINE GRISSETT ICARDI KIRKLAND KURZ LeFEVRE ROOT ROSSI STEDRONSKY WALKER " Well, sir, I . . . " " And, you, on the night of the law freshmen Pylesville. Md. . Sanford Eustis . DeLand . . Galesburg, 111. . . Tampa , DeLand NORMAN DEWEY ABEHTS . . WALLACE EARL ALBRITTON . PHILLIP STEPHEN BENNETT . . THOMAS PATRICK BIONDINO . WILLIAM SCOTT BIRMINGHAM THOMAS EDWIN BISSONNETTE ROBERT ARTHUR CHASTAIN . . MASON E. CLARSON ... St. Petersburg BRUCE E. CLARY ... St. Augustine JAMES BOYD CLAYTON . . . DeLand FRED M. CONWAY . . . DeLand WILFRED HAROLD CONRAD . . . Sanford WALTER JOSEPH CUMMINS . . . DeLand ROBERT ERNEST FUER . . . Bound Brook, N. J. MRS. ELNORA SMITH FULLER . . . Martinsville. Va ERVIN EUGENE HAYGOOD . . . Lakeland RICHARD BYRD HENDRY ... Ft. Myers HARRY HOWARD HONSBERGER . . . Clearwater LEE ROY HORTON, JR. . . . Lake Wales PAUL HENRY LEE. JR. . . . Charleston. S. C. KENNETH WILLIAM McINTOSH ... St. Petersburg LESLIE McLEOD. JR. . . . Wauchula FREDERICK JOSEPH MANCIN1K . . . DeLand JOE T. MARTIN . . . Lake Wales JOSEPH CARL MILLER . . . DeLand JOE BELL MONYER . . . Scottdale. Pa. KENNETH MONTGOMERY ... St. Petersburg JULIUS GEORGE PETRUSKA . . . DeLand JAMES F. PHILLIPS . . . Tampa FRANK CLYDE REESE . . . Jacksonville WILLIAM MARSHALL ROWLAND . . . Orlando JAMES ROLAND RUSSELL ... St. Petersburg FREDERICK S. SCHMUNK, JR. . . . Philadelphia, Pa. DONALD UPSON SESSIONS . . . Jacksonville EDWARD C. SMITH . . . Stowe, Pa. GEORGE W. STACY . . . Bluff City. Tenn. RUSSELL STEPHEN THACKER . . . Kissimmee WILLIAM GRAY WHITAKER . . . Titusville CHARLES HAROLD WILLIAMS ... St. Augustine GEORGE H. WILLIAMS. JR. . . . Orlando ESTHER JUNE WRIGHT Daytona Beach ABERTS BIONDINO EIHMINGHAM BISSONNETTE CHASTAIN CLARY CONWAY FULLER HONSBERGER McINTOSH McLEOD MARTIN MONTGOMERY PETRUSKA ROWLAND RUSSELL SCHMUNK SESSIONS STACY THACKER WHITAKER WRIGHT OFFICERS VINCENT THORNTON President T. FRANK HOBSON, JR. Vice President BOB MATHEWS Social Vice President GEORGE STEDRONSKY Secretary BILL WHITAKER Treasurer JACK TAMM Justice of Honor Court I ll stetson law students association The Stetson Law Students Association consists of the entire membership of the College of Law. Its purpose is to provide a unified association of students enrolled in the College of Law, with a view toward maintaining a closer relationship among the students of the various classes and between the individual student and the administration. The Association endeavors to promote the interest of the students individually and collectively, and to provide a measure of self-government for the members of the Law School. The Honor Court, which is a part of the Association, serves as a court for the trial of infractions and the recommendation of punishment in cases of guilt. The court consists of a judge elected by the Association, who presides over all trials, and a jury drawn from the membership for each individual trial, students act- ing as prosecuting and defense attorneys. Florida rules of procedure are used for all trials. ABERTS BIONDINO CHASTAIN ICARDI PETRUSKA STACY SZAREK delta theta phi FULLER WARREN SENATE NATIONAL LEGAL FRATERNITY OFFICERS VLADIMR I. SZAREK Dean DONALD F. MiLDNER Vice Dean ARTHUR J. C3UKART Clerk oi Exchequer ROBERT A. CHASTAIN Clerk of Rolls I. G. PETRUSKA Bailifi LAWRENCE R. WARRICK Tribune The National Senate of Delta Theta Phi Legal Fra- learning; to promote justice; to inspire respect for the ternity, founded in 1913, has as its objects: to unite noblest qualities of manhood; and to advance the inter- fraternally congenial students of law; to lead them and ests of every college of law with which the fraternity their fellow students to high scholarship and legal is associated. MEMBERS Norman D. Aberts Bruce E. Clary Harry E. Nichols Thomas P. Biondino Dario J. Icardi George W. Stacy Fred Mancinik phi alpha BREWER CHAPTER NATIONAL LEGAL FRATERNITY NEW OFFICERS MALCOLM LESLIE STEPHENS. JR Justice C. ARCHIE CLEMENT Vice Justice KENNETH CARLISLE CROSS Clerk ERN EST M. BREED, JR Treasurer JOHN W. McCORMICK Marshal LOUIS KURZ. JR Social Vice Justice WILLIAM EDWARD WEAVER Corresponding Secretary 1 t a Phi Alpha Delta is a national law fraternity founded in 1898 at Chicago, Illinois. It has chapters in fifty- eight of the leading American law schools and thirty- one alumni chapters in the larger American cities. The David J. Brewer Chapter was installed at the Stetson University Law School in 1915. The purpose of Phi Alpha Delta is to encourage schol- arship, to promote the discussion of legal subjects, to effectuate fellowship, and to foster the high ideals of the legal profession. Bjarne B. Andersen Isham L. Anderson Frank B. Arnold Robert George Bamond Frederick Barksdale Gerald S. Berkell Edward A. Brown, Jr. Emory Charles Chase James Clayton James M. Cole John M. Dame French C. Davis, Jr. James Hanslord Dixon. Frank Fernandez John F. W. Green Cliff Byrd Gosney, Jr Odis M. Henderson MEMBERS T. Frank Hobsorr Jr. Lee Roy Horton, Jr. Albert E. Jones, Jr. Newton T. Jones Lynn W. Kirkland Robert Earl Mathews William S. Metcalf William H. O ' Connor Clyde L. Roberts John B. Root James T. Russell Joseph A. Scarlett, III Allen Bradford Smith Gerald M. Staab William M. Tomlinson Edward L. Trader James H. Tucker ANDERSEN, B. ANDERSON. I. ARNOLD BAMOND BARKSDALE BREED BROWN CHASE CLEMENT COLE CROSS DAME DAVIS DIXON FERNANDEZ GOSNEY HENDERSON HOBSON IONES. A. IONES. N. KIRKLAND MATHEWS METCALF O ' CONNOR ROBERTS ROOT RUSSELL SMITH STAAB TRADER WEAVER ITT1 s 1 t a ph CARDOZA INN INTERNATIONAL LEGAL FRATERNITY OFFICERS H. VINCENT THORNTON Maqisler EARL C. BRANNING Exchequer JOSEPH E. QUIRK Clerk GEORGE PALLOTTO Historian Phi Delta Phi was founded on December 13, 1869, at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan. It thus became the first legal, as well as the first pro- fessional, fraternity to be founded in the United States. The fraternity has striven constantly to promote a higher standard of professional ethics in law schools and the profession at large. Richard W. Bates William S. Birmingham Norman J. Bolinger Nicholas A. Caputo Jerome K. Coble Wilfred H. Conrad Edward D. Cowart Dennis R. Dingle. Jr. Jerry Fine MEMBERS Frank J. Flynn Francis L. Fowler Sam Goodfriend Anthony I. Grezik Thorwald J. Husfeld Edward J. Kwiatkowski Leslie McLeod. Jr. John H. Lea then William T. Moore Joseph H. Morton Salvatore V. Passafiume William M. Rowland. Jr. Donald U. Sessions George R. Stedronsky Donald W. Story John R. Tamm William C. Walker. Jr. Patrick C. Whitaker, Jr. BATES BIRMINGHAM BOLINGER BRANNING CAPUTO COBLE COWART FINE FLYNN GOODFRIEND GREZICK HUSFELD KWIATKOWSKI LEATHEN MOORE PALLOTTO PASSAFIUME QUIRK ROWLAND SESSIONS STEDRONSKY TAMM THORNTON WALKER WHITAKER V 4 4 chapman law n FIRST ROW, Kneeling: Harry Honsberger, Bjarne Andersen. Art Coukart, Russell Thacker. Paul Lee, N. T. Jones, Tom Bion- dino. Pete Petruska. SECOND ROW: Phil Bennett. Jim Clayton, Bert Mcintosh. Joe Mar (in, Les McLeod, Lee Roy Horton. Tom Bissonnette. Bob Chastain, Bill Rossi. John Root, John Dame. EDWARD WEAVER Coordinator thorn as law 1 a b FIRST ROW, Kneeling: Dick Bates, Lynn Kirkland, Bill Morton, Odis Henderson, Nick Caputo, Bob Knowles. SECOND RC " Bill Whitaker, Kermit Coble, Dominic Troiano. Bill Moore. Esther June Wright, Duane Quick, Buddy Freeze, George Stedronsky. THIRD ROW: Frank Hobson. Fre-J Mancinik. Wallace Albritton, Phil Bennett, Dewey Aberts, Jerry Fine, Carl Jackson, Don Storey. JAMES UNDER FLEMING January 7. 1924 September 17, 19S1 i ii in e in o r i a ill Jim Fleming shall be remembered by those who knew him for his outspoken frankness, his strong character, his sincerity, and his keen wit. Graduating from Cherryville (Kansas) High School in 1942, he enlisted in the Army Air Force and upon graduation served as a fighter and bomber pilot, afterwards spending a year with the occupational troops in Germany. He entered Stetson University in January, 1949. As an honor student he held membership in the Phi Society, Phi Alpha Theta, and Scroll and Key. His scholarship record at the Law School included membership in the Thomas Law Club, of which he was president, and the Phi Alpha Delta law fraternity. For his outstanding work in the Law of Contracts and the Law of Sales, he received an award from a large book publisher. He was a member of the Glee Club and the Travel Squad and participated in several productions at the Stover Theatre. We salute James Linder Fleming, who departed to the land of no return as a result of a plane crash while instructing a student in a cross-country flight. The trail of footprints on the sands of time of this senior will forever be seen by his friends and his classmates. Death as it wings its swift way through time calls on each of us; not one of us escapes. John R. Cable, head of the Department of Economics of the School of Business, died at his home on December 2. Born in Freeman, Missouri, Dr. Cable received degrees from the Univer- sity of Missouri, the University of Chicago, and Columbia. He served as President of Missouri Valley College before coming to Stetson. John R. Cable was a scholar, author, and gentleman. His pathway of foot- prints on the sands of time was indeed a great one and will long be remem- bered in the field of education. JOHN RAY CABLE March 5, 1891 December 2. 1951 Harry E. Caldwell, Colonel, U. S. Medical Corps, member of the psychology staff, died at the DeLand Memorial Hospital on January 4. Dr. Caldwell attended Ohio Wesleyan University where he received his Bachelor ' s and his medical degrees. Dr. Caldwell served his country well during the last World War, training or commanding six hospital units overseas and at home. Besides his service during the war, Dr. Caldwell also had a private practice in Columbus, Ohio. As a teacher, he was on the faculty of the Barberton, Ohio, high schools, the Universities of North Dakota, New Mexico, and Ohio State. He, also, was a lecturer at Ohio Wesleyan University. Dr. Caldwell was well known and well liked on the Stetson campus. The path of footprints on the sands of time of this instructor will not be lost to his students and associates. HARRY E. CALDWELL January 25, 1895 January 4 1952 JIM GEHHETSON Editor THE FOOTPRINTS of those selected by their smates and friends as the tops in beauty and brains. ■ H ELEANOR TURCK LOU PARTIN » v a ii i j contest BABS RAWSON Photo by Brengle Shirley Williams Babs Rawson Eleanor Turck Bunny Stevens Barbara Compton Lou Parlin Robin Hooper Babs Rawson Tom LeClere Lou Partin Eleanor Turck ) B I N Alph HOOPER 3 Xi Delta HELEN THAYER Delta Delta Delta BETTY Zeta Tai ■ LIPPO Alpha ll a t t e • r s C h © i c e IS MARILYN PURVIS MARGARET PARTIN Phi Mu Pi Beta Phi in v . stetson p» MARCIA BURRIS miss stetson BETTY LYNN • JOHN SIMS outstanding BETTY FLIPPO • LAURIER BEARD seniors ARVID PETERSON • ROBIN HOOPER outstanding ONA BARFIELD • PHIL ASHABRANER seniors SAM GOODFRIEND • VINCENT THORNTON outstanding law seniors UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY Annapolis, Maryland june week. I J) 5 1 FLORIDA CO-ED SELECTED AS NAVAL ACADEMY " COLOR GIRL " A brown-eyed co-ed from Stetson University was selected as the 75th " color girl " of the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md. She was Miss Fredda Coupland of Wildwood, Flor- ida, 21 -year-old university senior of five feet, four inches in height. The pretty brownette from the " Sunshine State " has never before visited the Naval Academy. She was selected for the " color girl " honors by Midshipman James Alexander Winnefield, six feet, one and one-half inch First Classman of Kansas City, Mo. who ' s who NOT PICTURED Steve Stratford James H. Tucker IE COCHRAN Co-Editor EBEHT Co-Editor THE FOOTPRINTS of the Stetson men and women in the field of sports, as they crossed the footbu.i field, the basketball court, the base- ball diamond, and the golf course. w A- - ■ ♦ - ■ JSV -r?i »„ N BRADY COWELL Athletic Director football STETSON ' S CHEERLEADERS CO-CAPTAINS JOE RAFFAELE (E) CLARENCE HUGHES (T ) JOE McMULLEN Head Coach JAY PATTEE Assistant Coach SEASON ' S RECORD Stetson 70 Patrick Field Stetson 42 Jacksonville NAS Stetson 21 Furman 20 Stetson 14 Tampa 14 Stetson 10 Florida State 13 Stetson 54 Erskine Stetson 19 Richmond 14 Stetson 7 Wofford 7 Stetson 42 Livingston State 20 Stetson 26 Eastern Kentucky 14 TANGERINE BOWL 1952 Stetson 35 Arkansas State 20 BILL JOHNSON (Q.B.) All Florida Little Ail-American, Honorable Mention Most Valuable Player, Tangerine Bowl B. J. LEATHERS (G) All Florida Little All-American, Honorable Mention McMullen " Sixty-Minute Man " Award " Sees All . . . Knows All " The Stetson Hatters opened the 1951 season with an impressive slaughter of Patrick Field, 70-0, at the Citrus Bowl, DeLand ' s municipal stadium. With the defensive line holding the Fliers to a minus 24 yards on the ground, the Hatters scored almost at will with Bowden and Armstrong scoring three touchdowns each, while Marks and Werner picked up two apiece. Martin ' s talented toe added eight straight placements. stetson 70 patrick field . . . roll on bia areenl 1951 STETSON FOOTBALL TEAM FRONT ROW: George Jochem. Jack Collins, B. J. Leathers, Kermit Coble, Tony Samarkos, Gene Bowden, Lou Paar, Jim Yonge, Dave Laude, Ron Delila. Frank Singletary, Guido Tambur, Bobby Marks, Ron Fazekas, Fulmer Armstrong. SECOND ROW: Al Daub, Bill Johnson, Vince Carini, Walt Golde. Del Reinke, Jack Blakeslee. Murray North, Bill Phillips, Jerry Gallagher, Charles Andersen. Joe Raiiaele. Jerry Hopkins. Charles Appel, Sonny Parrish, Rod Lonsinger, Al Sappia. Jim King, Clarence Hughes. THIRD ROW: Charles Nelson, Herb Werner, Henry Boyer, John Sheehan, Dick Denman, James Nance, Bob Wilber, Dick Hendry. Warren Cobb, Tom Gibson. Robert Freeze. Joe McLeod, Bill Harris, Don Martin, Earl Looman. Melvin Smith, Blair Heemans. ? ' ' e_l :. ' £ ttM¥ k r kk WILLI HAN (W.B.) SONNY PARRISH (W.B.) RON DELILLA (Q.B.) ROD LONSINGER (H.B.) stetson jax navy 42 . . . n avu did n t have it The " big green " rolled up its second lop-sided victory by sinking the " middies " of Jax Navy 42-0 in Jackson- ville. It was again on the ground that the Hatters spar- kled with Armstrong pacing the attack with two touch- downs. Marks, Bowden, and a Johnson-to-Laude pass sent the other scores across. Navy ' s only serious threat sputtered late in the final quarter as Stetson ' s defense tightened on the 15. Army picks up 46 yards With a few skeptics saying " they ' re playing out of their class, " the Hatters journeyed to Greenville, S. C, to meet the Furman Purple Hurricanes. Then for four quarters the shocked Furman rooters watched underdog Stetson literally fight the Hurricanes off their feet. Every man in the line-up was a hero that night, but the out- standing plays were Herb Werner ' s circus-catch of a Johnson aerial for a 61 -yard scoring run, Walt Golde ' s extra point block, and Don Martin ' s seventeenth straight conversion which provided the victory. JERRY GALLAGHER (H.B.) FULLER ARMSTRONG (H.B.) stetson 2 1 furman 2 i » martin 5 bia toe From the " S " Club. End of the line. stetson t a m p a 14 14 iou were Cuchu, Jjiinhwicn Stetson had to settle for a tie in a rough game with the Tampa Spartans in DeLand which was marred by a heated discussion o ver an offside penalty which would have given the Hatters time for a field goal at- tempt as the game ended. Stetson wasted no time in getting on the offensive as Bow- den picked up a key block from Hendry and Gibson, and racked up the first touch- down with only 45 seconds showing on the clock. After Tampa had tied the score a Johnson-to-Raffaele pass sent the Hat- ters into the lead again in the third quarter. Stetson missed an opportunity for victory after Tampa had evened the score, as the clock ran out on Martin ' s field goal at- tempt. stetson 10 Florida state 13 of baa b . a couple pie re alii After trailing for three quarters the F.S.U. Seminoles cashed in on a breakaway run and a blocked punt to defeat the Hatters 13-10 in their Homecoming at Talla- hassee. Don Martin put the Hatters ahead 3-0 with a field goal early in the first quarter after Raffaele had stepped out of the end zone by inches to nullify a T.D. pass from Johnson. Stetson played a beautiful de- fensive game as Leathers, Tambur, King and the rest of the forward wall kept the Seminole backs bottled up with vicious tackles all afternoon. The Hatters ' final tally came on a pass to Raffaele from a spread forma- tion. DON MARTIN (E) DAVE LAUDE (E) All Florida, Honorable Mention Most Valuable Linesman, Tangerine Bowl FRANK SINGLETARY (Q.B.) LOU PAAR (H.B.) GUIDO TAMBUR (E) JIM YONGE (E) V " g v M .., ' ■»- I , L KERMIT COBLE (G) AL SAPPIA (T) DICK HENDRY (T) JIM KING (G) GEORGE JOCHEM (T) stetson 54 er§kine mud in u r eue Stetson put a damper on Erskine ' s Homecoming hopes as they rocked the Flying Fleet 54-0 in Green- wood, S. C. The Hatters virtually scored every time they got their hands on the ball, with Raffaele, Arm- strong, Werner, Lonsinger, and Parrish leading the scoring. Stetson rolled up a total of 589 yards to completely outclass Erskine. Don Martin ran his conversion string to 23 straight before he finally missed one. TOM GIBSON (C) CHARLES APPEL (G) " Come into my parlor. " said the Spider . . . Pitchout to Armstrong. The Hatter eleven displayed one of the finest games of the season in turning back the Southern Conference Richmond Spiders 19-14 here in the Citrus Bowl. Richmond drew first blood and then scored late in the final quarter to make the contest appear closer than it actually was. Johnson was at his best as a signal caller and also the running of Werner and Arm- strong were outstanding. stetson 19 riehmond 14 terrific t eamwor, I " k wof f ord This was one of those odd ones where the Hat- ters won the game in every department except the scoring column. The Big Green rolled up a total of twenty-one first downs to the Terriers ' four, and galloped 359 yards to the latter ' s 150, but could make good on only one of their three chances to score. Wofford drew first blood on a 49-yard run and forced the Hatters to come from behind to gain a tie. Stetson then began a 74- yard march which ended with Johnson sneaking over from the two. A stiff wind nullified two field goal attempts by Martin, and the Hatters had to settle for a 7-7 deadlock. stetson 42 livings ton state 20 AL DAUB (G) WALT GOLDE (G) TONY SAMARKOS (G) DEL REINKE (T) hed em. we roc With bowl scouts in the stands, the Hatters un- limbered their offensive weapons to run rough- shod over Livingston State of Alabama 42-20. Bobby Marks was the big gun in the Hatters ' running game as he began a three-touchdown scoring spree with a 57-yard touchdown run on the second play of the game. Johnson ' s arm played a major part in the victory also, as he connected for 183 yards on eight heaves. Trailing 42-0, State finally got their passing attack going as next year ' s Hatters finished the game. RON FAZEKAS (T) EARL LOOMAN (T) BOB FREEZE (C) HENRY BOYER (T) homecoming i. -h p M stetson 26 e. kentueky 14 The rampaging Hatters gave returning alumni a thrilling afternoon show of power and finesse as they romped to a 26-14 Homecoming victory over a tough Eastern Kentucky eleven. Johnson faked the whole E. Kentucky team to the right and then flipped a T.D. pass to Werner who was all alone on the left sideline, for the first score. Later in the half Werner copped an 81 -yard scor- ing drive as he gathered in a Johnson pass, re- versed his field, and rambled 37 yards behind beautiful blocking to score. Han plunged over for the final score in the second half. Johnson to Werner — Touchdown! Big Al lowers the boom. Herb hauls one in. tangerine bowl The Stetson Hatters climaxed another terrific season with a 35-20 victory over the nation ' s top-scoring college combine, the Arkansas State Indians, in the Tangerine Bowl on January 1, 1952, in Orlando, Florida. Under- dogs by two touchdowns and trailing 13-7 at the half, a revived Hatter eleven came back to turn what seemed to be certain defeat into a brilliant victory. The out- standing play of the game and the one which broke State ' s back occurred when Laude took a Johnson pass flat on his back in the end zone to score. Martin added one of his five straight conversions and the Hatters took a lead they never relinquished. Johnson hung up his cleats with a great performance, tossing three T.D. passes to Laude to earn the MOST VALUABLE PLAYER TROPHY. Gallagher carries. Ge! ' im. Rod! Nice run . . . stetson 35 arkansas state 20 Feasel ' s show. Two Presidents and a Queen. %%J2iMYffr BOBBY MARKS (W.B.) HERB WERNER (W.B.) JAY PATTEE on the hardwood SCHEDULE STETSON 56 FLORIDA 63 STETSON 63 FLA. SOU. 48 STETSON 75 SEWANEE 52 STETSON 64 YALE 52 STETSON 78 JAX NAS 56 STETSON 97 MERCER 59 STETSON 79 MERCER 66 STETSON 85 TAMPA 81 STETSON 57 MIAMI 88 STETSON 72 ROLLINS 69 STETSON 71 BOWLING GREEN 67 STETSON 58 F.S.U. 48 STETSON 74 MIAMI 80 STETSON 70 ROLLINS 68 STETSON 69 JAX NAS 61 STETSON 71 MERCER 60 STETSON 63 MERCER 59 STETSON 66 F.S.U. 64 STETSON 73 TAMPA 63 JIM TAVENIERE Captain JACK OKSNEE DICK REINKING SHANKS HANSEL WMMI _ 1952 v a v s i I y ' Wifsis Drops Second Straight; 5 L ' W »™« ' Victorious Stetson Quintet " H End Stetson Upsets Bowling Green J Bees p o On FSU And Miami In Next Outi Points at Hatter Ft =! « Yale ' s Win iS ' isix ' v- ' C«6 Fire T " X. Oklahoma Aggies Stop Phog Allen ' s Five; ' Jim Tavemere TopSB .»._o™. »» ' . u» v I • " " ' : ' ;; r btreak 64-52 Kentucky, Tech Win In Southeastern As Stetson Tumbles™; " i-ji,li -• «« . .»•;. ; r StSJJSSS SSfS IX„ ' j£ WSS SK W£ Bowling Green Five} ' ' ' - t. J. OM« Edmund luistH md ptoased m a eolhee sopbomn SUtJon upended terrifically favored B»wlinj ( vtre „, r h- P powtrtMl Etntuckj (avo : . ;, , £ SSm uTttolr l«h ■ i£ " l rih iMdh " ' ■ , ■ ■-■■:. ■ ■ . i - r th i.ijht. .:: ■ ■ .. t r l Tn ' C- ub.rr. «rilh Kw " L -.-- ,- 1 ■ tJS ■- Hatters Gave Florida §ff Basketball A Boost; Third In State IH Y%£ MIAMI Iff •UB.UII « boost vc Florida basket. . ! Ohio. Tampa Spartans lnivide ' st e t ' 7 ' Cage flowed ThisWeeh ' -.- tf « M. JIM TAVEMERE, n fr-l ikotmaiw , MM flf tfen M-.-s-.-,- «htfafU(MlS (rf BUTteOU J - ' " •» — , Uet night TJwG ' it fi . IIM YONGE PETE PETERSON MARTY ROSSI -i Coach " Doc " Johnson with the 1952 squad. KNEELING: Lez Owens. Mascot. Mike Bozzi. Kelsa Nixon. STANDING: Dick Donnelly, Fred Schmunk, George Schriefler, Herb Carlen. Herb Werner. Joe McLeod, Dave Best. Lou Paar. Whitey Smith. George Shriver. Russ Sandberg, Donald Smith. Bill John- son, Fred Eubeler. RETURNING LETTERMEN Bill Johnson, Fred Eubeler. Lou Paar, Walt Jasinski. and Dick Donnelly listen as Jim Forbes explains a pitch. on the diamond THE 1951 BATTERY WALT JASINSKI Pitcher LOU PAAR Catcher o ii the greens Guido Tambur Chuck Rea John Nichols Dick Johnson Spike Israel Betty McKee, Grace Lenczyk, Lorraine Lenczyk, Pug Allen. Marjorie McNeely, Judi Keesling, Barbara Rohn. and Jean Rosenstone. INSTRUCTORS Miss Esther M. Hick, Mrs. Sara S. Jernigan, Miss Elizabeth Autrey. MRS. JERNIGAN Department Head girls ' gym FIRST ROW, Kneeling: Betty Flippo. VICE-PRESIDENT; Mary Jo Braddy. PRESIDENT; Norma Brown. TREASURER; Marillyr Craig. SECRETARY. SECOND ROW: Judy Walker. Barbara Rohn. Marge McNeely. Trudy Stevens, Nancy Stillwell. Joan Williams, Mary Sceley, Judi Keesling. and Charlotte Lewis. women ' s professional club AS HIS TEAMMATES CARRY ON IN THE FIELD OF SPORTS, WE PAUSE in in e in o r i a in A path ol footprints on the sands of time that shall never be lost to our hearts is that of Philip Lloyd Andrew Jochem, Jr., who was accidentally killed May 23, 1951. This path led through the lives of his friends and associates on the football field, in the classrooms, and at campus gatherings. Phil entered the Stetson School of Business September 17, 1950, from Ponce de Leon High School, Coral Gables, Florida. He was known and shall always be remembered on the Stetson campus as a true friend, a fine athlete, and a hard-working student. Phil ' s jovial spirit constantly brought happiness into the hearts of his friends and those who were associated with him. He was the kind of man that shall not be forgotten nor shall the things that he stood for ever be lost. But when a life is taken, those who remain must carry on. That wculd have been Phil ' s wish; therefore, each of us must live on as if he were here. PHILIP LLOYD ANDREW JOCHEM. JR. April 28, 1932 May 23. 19S1 Phil ' s spirit lives on . . . JEAN PHiMISTER Editor THE FOOTPRINTS of the organization members as they cii;nbed the steps to club functions. I ■PWUUM.ML.i. " ypfflii ■rfmt baptist student union The Baptist Student Union seeks to strengthen, cor- relate, and unify the Baptist religious activities, and enlists every Baptist student in the school in a local church. The Executive Council, elected by the students, guides the BSU in its work. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL BOB CHRISTIE President ANN JOHNSON JOHN TEMOSHCHUK (not pictured) .... Enlistment Vice Presidents GEORGE SHRIVER ANNETTE WILLCOX Devotional Vice Presidents BETTY FLIPPO Social Vice President MARILYN PURVIS Secretary HARRY RUTLEDGE Treasurer SHIRLEY TURNER Pianist BILL HOLLEY Chorister JIM HARRELL Sunday School Representative ANITA EDENFIELD Training Union Representative SHIRLEY ROGERS Reporter JACKIE RICH Publicity Director BETTY GROVER (not pictured) Promotional Director JIM JOHNSTON Extension Director GORDON PITTMAN Youth Revival Director DELORES KELLEY Student Christian Assoc. Rep. FRANCES HALL Y.W.A. President JIM BROWN Ministerial Association President PEARL SARGENT 2nd Church Representative FRED LANE House Manager EMMETT ASHCRAFT (not pictured) Faculty Advisor R. GRADY SNOWDEN (net pictured) Pastor c a n t e The aim of the Canterbury Club is to serve the Mission of Christianity in higher education by fostering among the students of this institution a better under- standing of the Faith and Practice of the Episcopal Church and loyalty to its corporate life. Canterbury Club ' s motto is " Pro Christo Per Ecclesiam. " r b ii r j ' club OFFICERS KEN WING President BARBARA PHILLIPS Vice President MYRNA PRICE Secretary JOANNE KINSLOE Treasurer Members not shown John Dame Annearle Isom Ridgely Doane Margie McNeely Joe Elliott Alice Newitt Kate Ellis Lynn Pier Dolores Gallicke Horace Taylor Richard Greaves Robert Kimbrough PHILLIPS KINSLOE BROOKS CARLEN CARMICHAEL CHAPMAN DANCE DATOR DOSWELL KETCHAM LANE MARTIN MAZUR MORGAN PALMER RITTER WILLARD WILSON H l OFFICERS ERNEST BREED President OLIVER CAMPBELL Vice President JOYCE PIXLEY Secretary KNOX WILKINSON Treasurer CAROLYN BALTZER Program Chairman WILLIAM WREN Service Chairman TOM MAHAFFEY Fellowship Chairman ALICE COLE Enlistment Chairman (Not pictured) BARBARA PRIMM Christian Growth Chairman PIXLEY MAHAFFEY WILKINSON COLE Westminster fellowship The Westminster Fellowship is that group of Presby- terian students at Stetson who feel that a growing Christian experience is the vital core of college life. These students are banded together for the purpose of enlarging their faith in Christ even as their sphere of learning, social contact, and vocational training en- larges. They emphasize worship, service, fellowship and enlistment as m odes of Christian growth. The West- minster Fellowship meets each Sunday during the school year for Sunday School, Vespers and Worship at the First Presbyterian Church. FIRST ROW: Betty McKee. Helen Harper, Charlotte Lewis, Miss Fuller, and Barbara Veatch. SEC OND ROW: Tom Brown, Francis Greene, Don Richardson, Nancy Hurst, Frank Deen, and Jim Young. wesley fonndation Wesley Foundation is to foster a Christian attitude about college life, home life, and world affairs. Then, too, the Foundation has fellowship suppers, where everyone enjoys singing and discussing college prob- lems. Homecoming Decoration OFFICERS ANNABELLE FOSTER President JAMES YOUNG Vice President JOYCE GIBSON Secretary-Treasurer MADELINE DINKINS Program Chairman DOROTHY FULLER Faculty Advisor ni 1 ini§terial association OFFICERS JAMES I. BROWN President DUTTON BONNELL Vice President GORDON PITTMAN Secretary KELBY E. McCOLISTER Treasurer H. MARSHALL FLOURNOY Program Chairman ADRIAN ROGERS Activities Chairman ERNEST HARVEY Intramurals Chairman DR. POPE DUNCAN . . . . RICHARD B. FLOOD Parliamentarian PARKER McLENDON Social Chairman RICHARD CROWE Publicity Chairman LOWELL SHAW Chorister CLINT KIMBROUGH Pianist LEONARD MELTON Custodian HOKE SHIRLEY Pulpit Supply Chairman Faculty Advisor Lloyd H. Anderson Robert Berryman Dutton Bonnell David Brantley James I. Brown James C. Bryant William Budget! James Butts James Cates Robert Christie Bernard Cochran James B. Cooper Lloyd Cornell Richard Crowe Don Davis Aubrey Durham Jack Fernandez Richard B. Flood Charles Flournoy H. Marshall Flournoy Joseph N. Folmar MEMBERS Charles Granger Don Hancock C. J. Harris Ernest Harvey Pat Jarrard Charles Johns Harold Johnson James D. Johnston Roy A. Kennington Clint Kimbrough William Lewis Kelby E. McColister Parker McLendon Donald H. Meloon Leonard Melton Edward Midgett Judson Morgan Carlton Owens Ed Owens George Painter Gordon Pittman Billy Prevatt Dallas Pulliam W. D. Raulerson Cliii Revel! Wallace P. Rivers John Rodgers Adrian Rogers Walter Salter William Sell James Semple Charles Sharron Lowell Shaw Hoke Shirley George Shriver Earl D. Simmons Howard Smith Robert Smith Walter Sullins John Temoshchuk Harry Usher Otha Winningham Henry Wooley GEORGE SHRIVER Florida B.S.U. President n jt CHRISTIE COCHRAN GRANGER HANCOCK MELOON MIDGETT RIVERS RODGERS WINNINGHAM WOOLEY OFFICERS ANNETTE WILLCOX President CORA LEE GANDY Vice President JOYCE PIXLEY Recording Secretary SAV1LLA YOUNG Corresponding Secretary ADR ENNE THURMOND Treasurer DORIS DRAWDY Sergeant-at-Arms MARY CONNELL Historian MARY CAROL WEST Pledge Captain WILLCOX GANDY PIXLEY YOUNG THURMOND DRAWDY CONNELL WEST A a 1 P h a i d e x i o in a The purpose of Dexioma is to promote democratic friendship and understanding among its members; to broaden the social, cultural, political, athletic, and religious life of the members and to assist them in every way possible. FOUNDED Stetson University ALPHA May 15. 1940 COLORS Green and Gold FLOWER Talisman Rose ALSTON BLOW CATES. VALERA DINKINS HANCOCK MOLINA NEWCOMER PENCE ROGERS SNOWDEN WAMBLE BURGESS CATES. RUTH COLLINS DILLARD GOFF OWEN RICH FIRST ROW: Dolores Hancock. Sa- villa Young. Lillie Mae Collins. Fran- ces Hall. Vivian Nichols, Shirley Rogers, Barbara Pence, Joyce Pixley, Harriet Stones, Rosamond Heathcoe, Corky Gandy, Mary Edna Parker. SECOND ROW: Donna Jean New ccmer, Martha Ingram, Mary Frances Goii, Suzanne Blow, Met Burgess, Doris App, Anna Sprott, Alice Sprott, Doris Drawdy, Lois Bunton. Audrey Price. FIRST ROW: Frankie Crowe. Barbara Brock, Barbara Martin. Mary K. Fos- ter, Nell Bowers. SECOND ROW: Herb Willcox. Roger Dobson. Dot Brunney, Marcia Tarbert, Harry Rut- ledge. Roger Dance. Mr. Fuller. Mat- thew Stiling. Steve Berry. THIRD ROW: Ira Youngblood. Cleatus Tur- ner, Jack Kern, George White, Nor- man Aberts. William Sudyk, Philip Ashabraner, William Hall, John Haile. w. a. Y W A is an organization dedicated to thoughtful study of the missionary message of the Bible. Its pur- pose is to help young girls to become more missionary- minded. OFFICERS FRANCES HALL President MARY EDNA PARKER Vice President VIVIAN NICHOLS Secretary MARTHA INGRAM Treasurer LORRAINE BARRINGTON LILLIE MAE COLLINS Program Chairmen SUZANNE BLOW Publicity CORA LEE GANDY Community Missions DOLORES HANCOCK BARBARA PENCE Social IRIS DEESE Mission Study PATTY CLARK Literature DONNA JEAN NEWCOMER Pianist SUE WARREN Chorister LOIS BUNTON Dormitory Chairman commerce The purpose of the Commerce Club is to foster the study of business; to encourage scholarship and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice; to promote closer affiliation between the commerce world and students of com- merce; and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the commercial welfare of the community. II OFFICERS HARRY RUTLEDGE President MARCIA TARBERT Vice President DOT BRUNNEY Secretary ROGER DANCE Treasurer PAUL FULLER Advisor KNEELING: Bill Byrom and George Harth. STANDING: Vivian Nichols. Ruth Shannon. Marilyn Purvis. Carolyn Shealey, Joanri Lindsay, Tommie Braddock, Jane Jackson, Rosamond Healhcoe. June Dillard. and Barbara Phillips. future teachers of ameriea OFFICERS BILL BYROM President GEORGE HARTH Vice President JOYCE PIXLEY Secretary ANN JOHNSON Treasurer DR. RAY SOWERS Faculty Advisor BYHOM HABTH PIXLEY JOHNSON OFFICERS HENRY L. MARTIN President DEAN HUMPHRIES Vice President OLIVER C. CAMPBELL Secretary-Treasurer JOHN E. JOHNS Sponsor GILBERT L. LYCAN Honorary Sponsor CAMPBELL international relations club The International Relations Club was organized in 1938, under the sponsor- ship of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. The purpose of the club is to stimulate a greater interest in and a better understanding of inter- national affairs. MEMBERS Lloyd Anderson Farrar Schultz Edwards Robert Marks Kai-Choi Ng Alice Bailey Francis Greene A. C. Masters, Jr. Barbara Phillips Virginia Booth lane Jackson Kelby McColister Harry Rutledge Jim Bryant Ann Johnson Donald Meloon Dick Toole Virginia Davis Jack Kern Howard Merrill Sue Wilson June Dillard Robert Kimbrough Pat Merrill Ken Wing Audrey Lacock Isabelle Moss BAILEY BOOTH BRYANT DAVIS DILLARD EDWARDS GREENE JACKSON KERN KIMBROUGH MARKS McCOLISTER MELOON MERRILL MERRITT NG RUTLEDGE TOOLE WILSON WING rflt band OFFICERS ROGER DANCZ Captain SUZANNE CRAWFORD ... Publicity Director JOHN De YOUNG Operations Officer IOAN McLEAN Secretary-Treasurer JOHN McCORKLE Social Chairman JACK HOLT Operations Sergeant GARY CRAWFORD .... Operations Sergeant CARL VOLLRATH Operations Corporal HOWARD SCHMOCK . . . Operations Corporal Phyllis Jones, Dolores Gough, Marian Flynn, Pete Randall. Frances Owens, and Pattye Quirk. MEMBERS Joyce Abrahamson Elizabeth Anderson Carolyn Baltzer Edwin Bennett Stephen Berry Dean Blair Donald Bohren Dorothy Bohren Don Bridges Charles Brock Anne Cornwall Paula Commander Gary Crawford Suzanne Crawford Frank Creech Roger Dancz John DeYoung Leroy Eastin Marian Flynn Jimmy Gerrefson Delores Gough Howard Gold Walter Hawkins Jessie Heney Jack Holt Roswell Kenna John Lauer Betty Lund John McCorkle John McDonald Joan McLean Sheila Nugent John Philip James Rains Edward Randall Charles Richardson Barbara Rohn Janet Sauls Howard Schmock Walter Snyder Richard Sorenson Marilyn Stuart Jane Summers Marian Tolles Lillian Toole Charles Turner Dorothy Wamble Shirley Williams Carole Van Allsburg Barbara Veatch Carl Vollrath Jim Young orchestra OFFICERS SUZANNE CRAWFORD President JOHN DeYOUNG Vice President GARY CRAWFORD Secretary JACK HOLT Treasurer RICHARD M. FEASEL Conductor FIRST VIOLINS CELLOS OBOES TRUMPETS Frances Buxton Eleanor Leek Suzanne Crawford Roger Dancz Edson Perry Judy Meyers Sheila Nugent Sara Jernigan Grace Zimmerman Veronica Go ve CLARINETS Howard Schmock Pat Clifton Harold Young Frank Surls Carl Vollrath Joan McLean TROMBONES Ruth Surls BASSES Jack Holt Douglas Baer SECOND VIOLINS BASS CLARINET John Lauer Frank Creech Walter Sullins Fred Lane Dean Blair BASSOONS Victor Vaughen Elizabeth Anderson Betty Lund Anne Cornwall BASS TROMBONE Marian Tolles Ellen Yaxley Ann Clifton Donald Yaxley Druly Parker FLUTES HORNS Carole Van Allsburg TUBA Charles Turner VIOLAS Dorothy Bohren Gary Crawford John Philip Marilyn Stuart Joyce Abrahamson TYMPANI Gertrude Welton Don Bridges John McDonald Walter Hawkins glee club OFFICERS GLENN ANDREWS General Manager DELORES KELLY. JOHN SIMS Student Leaders ROBIN HOOPER. BILL HOLLEY Business Managers MARY ELIZABETH DAVIS. JACK COLDIRON . . Publicity Managers MEMBERS SOPRANO Janet Bragger Patricia Clark ' Carolyn Collins Barbara Compton Mary Bruce Cumming Iris Deese ' Margaret Fein sod ' Dolores Hancock ' Carroll Hart Nancy Hurst Margaret Jordan ' Delores Kelly ' Audrey Lacock ' Betty Lynn ' Joanne Motes ' Gabriela Molina ' Betty Nordman Margaret Norton Barbara Pence Polly Peterson ' Jean Ann Reed Shirley Stokes ' Jo Ann Stoutenburg Barbara Sullivan Fleta Thorpe ' Shirley Tillman Patsy Walker ' Sue Warren Wilma Wilson ALTO Nina Allen ' Tommie Braddock Helen Carmichael Marion Carnett ' Mary E. Davis Mayanne Davis Patricia Dorman Sally Doswell ' Betty Flippo Sylvia Frink Marilyn Grabbe ' Evelyn Gordon ' Sylvia Grilfis Betty Haygood Betty Jean Henderson ' Robin Hooper ' Nancy Lightfoot Sue Lightioot Mary Ann Neale Shirley Nelson ' Elizabeth Osburn ' Roberta Pemble Patricia Pickle Shirley Rogers Patricia Snowden Edna Jo Stephens ' Shirley Turner ' Dorothy Wamble ' Jean Wright TENOR ' Glenn Andrews ' Ronald Clonts Charles Harris ' Walter Hawkins ' William Holley Clint Kimbrough " Earnest Murphy Walter Norden " William Rice ' John Sims ' Jefferson Stiles ' Frank Warren •Stafford Wing BASS John Arnold " Eugene Brasher Thomas Brown " Bob Christie ' Bernard Cochran ' Jack Coldiron ' Herbert Dorsett ' Robert Doty ' David Early " Raymond Helton John Howell ' Milton Jones Richard Krause ' Richard Lassiter Benjamin Marshall Lezelle Owens ' Merlon Redick Clifford Revell ' Donald Richardson ' James Rodgers R. E. Sawyer George Shriver Lawrence Stracener ' Mickey Walker •Robert White Patrick Woodward Indicates Travel Squad the prefaces Joan and Skip glance over copy. STAFF ONA BARFIELD. W. RAY HYDE Editors-in-Chiei NANCY EDDINGS Prose Editor JOAN LOVAN Poetry Editor ROBERT KIMBROUGH Essay Editor HORACE TAYLOR Art Editor MARIAM KATIBA Make-up Editor DR. JOHN HICKS Advisor Bob. Mariam, and Horace get together. f flflnteL.: BaW " -we TOM MAHAFFEY Business Manager JACK GRIFFITH HOMER COOKSEY Managing Editor the stetson reporter Florida ' s Oldest College Newspaper Jack Griffith Editor-in-Chief A. Homer Cooksey Carolyn Daniel Managing Editor News Editor Tom Mahaffey Business Manager News Editor: Carolyn Daniel; Religion Editor: Ona Barfield; Sports Editor: Ted Grissett; Society Editor: Robin Hooper; Drama Editor ' s: Skip Eddings and Ray Hyde; Music Editor: Sooky Crawford ; R. 0. T. C. Editor: Bjarne Andersen ; Make- up Editor: Randy Ritter ; Circulation Managers: George White and Mary K. Foster; Sports Writers: Del Stuart, Ken Mc- intosh, Bernard Cochran; Reporters: Lynn Pier, Gloria Nix, Barbara Harris, Joan Lovan, Betty Jean Henderson, Barbara Johnson, Barbara Bronson, Kathryn Rand, George Jochem, Bruno DiGiulian, Ken Wing, Pat Merritt, Leroy Eastin. Business Staff : Alice Cole, Nancy Peters, Jane Poole, Barbara Martin. Editorial Board: Joe Carlton, Marcia Tarbert, Francis Green, Carolyn Daniel. £7V NEWS EDITOR Carolyn Daniel BACKSTAGE with Ray ' n Skip MEMOIRS OF A MORON by Horace Smith DISHING IT UP by Ted Grissett HATTER CHATTER by Robin Hooper FROM THE SERGEANT ' S DESK by Bjarne Andersen AMEN CORNER Ona Barfield THE BARRISTER ' S BAR by Jerry Fine LEDGER LINES by Sooky Crawford stetson reporter Managing Editor Cooksey and part of the News Staff. The gals that keep up with the money for Tom. 19 CAROLYN DANIEL Editor EDITORIAL STAFF HERBERT WILLCOX Assistant Editor MARCIA TARBERT Managing Editor SECTION EDITORS: MARY GARDINER Administration KATHRYN RAND BARBARA MARTIN CHARLES RICHARDSON VIRGINIA BOOTH BJARNE ANDERSON CURTIS WILCOX Schools JIM GERRETSON Features BERNARD COCHRAN SUE EBERT Athletics JEAN PHIMISTER Organizations JOSEPH FOLMAR Honoraries ONA BARFIELD BILL EDWARDS Greeks JOHN CLAUSEN TOM LeCLERE Military ANNE RUSSELL Activities SHERRILL UNDERWOOD Photography Editor DON BOHREN Art Editor BILL ROGERS. DON BOHREN, and SHERRILL UNDERWOOD check the picture schedule. BARBARA MARTIN. CURTIS WILCOX. KATHRYN RAND, CHARLES RICHARDSON. GINGER BOOTH and PAT WODIS- CHEK glance through ' 51 class sections. MARCIA TARBERT and HERB WILCOX give JIM GERRETSON some pointers on Features. HARRY C. RUTLEDGE Business Manager 52 BUSINESS STAFF ALLAN FRITZ Assistant Business Manager MAYANNE DAViS JANE POOLE NANCY PETERS BARBARA RUTTER STAFF MEMBERS Gene Dubberly Bill Rogers Helen Harper Florence Smith Jane Miller Ronnie Walker Margaret Norton Pat Wodischek AL FRITZ. BARBARA RUTTER. NANCY PETERS. JANE POOLE, and MAYANNE DAVIS pose. ANNE RUSSELL. BERN1E COCHRAN. SUE EBERT. and TOM LECLERE look at pictures for the 1952 book. GENE DUBBERLY, JANE MILLER. JEAN PHIMISTER. JOE FOLMAR. BILL EDWARDS and ONA BARFIELD discuss copy. JOE FOLMAR Editor THE FOOTPRINTS of those selected to the honor : ocieties for their meritorious work and service. 4 % • " •HT ' " -J C FIRST ROW: Frances Hall. Shirley Turner. Liz Davis. Annette Willcox. Gloria Kline. Carolyn Baltzer. JoAn May. SECOND ROW: Ona Bariield. Jackie Rich. Betty Lynn, Charlotte Naylor. Anita Edenfield. Marilyn Purvis. Marcia Tarbert. K Ar° lf TH£ w HONOBfevU, the h o ii o ■• " + OFFICERS ANNETTE WILLCOX GLORIA KLINE . . . MARY E. DAVIS Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS Carolyn Baltzer JoAn May Ona Bariield Pat Merritt Mary E. Davis Charlotte Naylor Anita Edenfield Marilyn Purvis Frances Hall Jacqueline Rich Gloria Kline Marcia Tarbert Betty Lynn Annette Willcox Shirley Turner Carolyn Daniel, Outstanding Freshman Girl, 1950-51. STENSTROM STRATFORD y « mystic k r v w v Ye Mystic Krewe is an honorary leadership fraternity for Junior and Senior men. The purposes of the organization are to foster a better understanding between the administration and the students and to give recognition to those male students who have distinguished them- selves through leadership. Selection is based on the individual ' s ability and accomplishments without regard to fraternity or other affiliations. OFFICERS LAURIER BEARD Captain JACK GRIFFITH First Mate LARRY BOTTOM Second Mate TED GRISSETT Boatswain JAMES TUCKER Cabin Boy pt 4 MEMBERS Jack Coldiron HONORARY MEMBERS Dr. J. Ollie Edmunds 5 " Herbert Stenstrom Steve Stratford WfJ rfj • S FOUNDED 1934 COLORS Red and Black Vs? t » ' J M ckey W like r. Outstanding Freshman 1950-51. Boy, " ? OFFICERS GLENN ANDREWS President ANNETTE WILLCOX Vice President FRANCES HALL Secretary GEORGE SHRIVER Treasurer DR. POPE DUNCAN Faculty Advisor W4tMW % i rHS ■■ r_ $j m Suzanne Blow, George Shriver. Bruno DiGiulian. Joseph Folmar, Robert H. Breyfogle, Glenn Andrews. William L. Sayre. William F. Warden. Jack Morgan, Frances Hall. NOT PICTURED: Larry Bottom, James A. Gray, Victor Massey. Steve Stratford. Joyce Rogers, Annette Willcox. phi society The Phi Society is an honor society sponsored by Phi Beta Kappa in a number of colleges and universities. It recognizes and honors those stu- dents in the College of Liberal Arts outstanding in scholarship. To be eligible for membership, a student must maintain a B-plus average in the first year of college work. s c abbard and blad The National Society of Scabbard and Blade is an honorary military society for cadets enrolled in advanced R.O.T.C. The Stetson Student Offi- cers Association was installed as a company in The National Society of Scabbard and Blade dur- ing R.O.T.C. week-end in January. The principle aim of the organization is to promote a feeling of unity among the cadet military leaders and to maintain a higher standard in the military activi- ties of the corps. FIRST ROW, Kneeling: Bill Whitaker. Phillip Ashabraner, John Sims, George Harth, Richard Spen- ser. SECOND ROW: Jack Clausen, Jack Collins, Edward McClaran, W. E. Grissett, Roy Kenning- ton, Carroll Lewis. James Russell, Frank Fernandez, Francis Greene, Robert Huffman, Elwyn Edwards, John Dame. THIRD ROW: Bud Williams, Jack Imand. Clarence Hughes, Bill Tomlinson, Robert Scott, Joe Davis. ABSENT: John Wing. OFFICERS BILL WHITAKER Captain JACK CLAUSEN First Lieutenant FRANCIS GREEN Second Lieutenant JACK IMAND First Sergeant FACULTY MEMBERS Lt. Col. Isaac F. Bonifay Capt. Paul B. Duruz Col. John Rhett , " , ■ OFFICERS MARIAM KATIBA President SHIRLEY WILLIAMS Vice President PATRICIA SNOWDEN Recording Secretary MYRNA PRICE Corresponding Secretary BILL WREN Treasurer FACULTY ADVISORS Dr. Doris K. Arjona Mrs. Gertrude F. O ' Conner FACJLTY MEMBERS Dr. Howard Bateson Dr. Frances Thornton ASSOCIATE MEMBERS E. B. Dalao. Walter Stallings FIRST ROW: Madeline Dinkins. Myrna Price. Shirley Williams. Mariam Katiba. SECOND ROW: Ann Northern, Mrs. O ' Conner, Graves Edmundson, Joy Nichols, Bill Wren, Charlotte Naylor, Dr. Frances Thornton, Gabriela Molina, Professor H. S. Winters. NOT PICTURED: Dean Humphries, Patricia Snowden. sigma d el t a Sigma Delta Pi, a national honorary fraternity in Spanish, serves to recognize those who have proved themselves outstanding in the field of Spanish, both in scholastic achievement and in personal interest. pi kappa delta The purpose of Pi Kappa Delta is to stimulate prog- ress in, and to promote the interests of intercollegiate oratory, debate and public speaking by encouraging a spirit of brotherly cooperation and by conferring upon deserving candidates a badge of distinction, proficiency, and honor. Clyde Roberts, Ken Wing, Sheila Dyson, Odis Henderson, and Joe Elliott. OFFICERS CLYDE ROBERTS President KENNETH WING Vice President SHEILA DYSON Secretary SPONSOR DR. CLARENCE L. MENSER MOTTO Anything worth doing is worth doing well. " , . I. I FIRST ROW: Howard Gold. John McCorkle, John Lauer. Gary Crawford. Carl Vollrath. SECOND ROW: Charles Turner, Roger Dancz, Howard Schmock. Ross Kenna. John Phillip. OFFICERS JOHN De YOUNG President JOHN McCORKLE Vice President JOHN LAUER Secretary HOWARD GOLD Treasurer GARY CRAWFORD Parliamentarian CARL VOLLRATH Chaplain FACULTY SPONSORS MR. RICHARD M. FEASEL MR. DONALD C. YAXLEY kappa kappa psi Kappa Kappa Psi is the only national honorary fraternity operating solely in the field of the college band. Its membership is restricted to those who show outstanding musical achievement and a sincere inter- est in the promotion of the best in band music. The Alpha Xi Chapter of Kappa Kappa Psi was installed at Stetson in 1936 and since that time has been one of the outstanding chapters in the fra- ternity. tan beta sigma The purpose of Tau Beta Sigma, the National Hon- orary Sorority for Bandswomen, is to effect a more perfect organization of members who find a common inspiration in the appreciation and the recreation of fine music. FIRST ROW: loan McLean, Carolyn Baltzer. Betty Lund. Ann Clifton, Joyce Abrahamson, Carole Van Alsburg. SECOND ROW: Dot Wamble. Charlotte Naylor. Shirley Williams. Suzanne Craw- ford, Dorothy Bohren. Barbara Veatch. OFFICERS ANN CLIFTON President JOYCE ABRAHAMSON Vice President BETTY LUND Secretary CAROLYN BALTZER Treasurer SUZANNE CRAWFORD Parliamentarian JOAN McLEAN Chaplain DOROTHY BOHREN Historian OFFICERS i i LIZ DAVIS President f t BETTY GROVER Vice President 1 ? BETTY LUND Recording Secretary isu SHIRLEY TURNER Corresponding Secretary Wh m . NOREEN FITZPATRICK JB ' ' m. 1 ' Treasurer GABRIELA MOLINA Historian SUE WARREN Door Keeper n M. DELORES KELLY Pledge Captain FIRST ROW: Delores Kelly. Betty Lynn. Suzanne Crawford. SECOND ROW: Sue Warren. Shirley Turner, Liz Davis, Betty Grover, Betty Lund. Gabriela Molina. THIRD ROW: Nancy Lightfoot. Evelyn Gordon. Roberta Pemble. Adrienne Thurmond, Dot Bohren. ABSENT: Noreen Fitzpatrick. Donna Newcomer. phi beta music fraternity Phi Beta Music Fraternity is for young women who are outstanding in Music. It is a national fra- ternity striving for professional achievement in music or dramatics, high ideals in womanhood, and scholarship. scroll and key The order of the Scroll and Key was formed in 1942 for the purpose of recognizing and encourag- ing high scholarship. Members are chosen from the highest five per cent of the Junior and Senior classes. LEFT TO RIGHT: Mariam Katiba, Steve Stratford. John Sims. Philip Ashabraner, Matthew F. Stiling. ABSENT: Jennie Faye Braddock. Larry Bottom, Eugene McKelligan. JoAn May, Annette Willcox. OFFICERS JOHN SIMS President ANNETTE WILLCOX Vice President MARIAM KATIBA Secretary MATTHEW F. STILING Treasurer FACULTY ADVISOR DR. POPE DUNCAN FIRST ROW: JoAnn Lindsay. Ann Northern, Jean Green, Peggy Vitsaris, Miss Harvey, Virginia Milligan. SECOND ROW: Horace Taylor, Mims Stevenson. Robin Smith, Virginia Davis, Valera Cates. Al Varn. ABSENT: Barbara Bailey, Alice Hocker, Ann Millican, and John Wing. kappa pi OFFICERS PEGGY VITSARIS President JEAN GREEN Vice President JOHN WING Secretary ANN NORTHERN Treasurer BARBARA BAILEY Publicity VIRGINIA MILLIGAN Historian MISS EDITH HARVEY Sponsor The Hatter Art Club was formed on the Stetson Campus in 1935, with Miss Harvey as the direc- tor. In May, 1946, this club was installed as the chapter of Kappa Pi, the oldest art fraternity among colleges today. The purpose of Kappa Pi is to promote an inter- est in art and to create a sincere love of beauty and appreciation of art. la franciade der deutsche verein OFFICERS LA FRANCIADE JULIAN MURPHY President FRED BEIGHLEY Vice President RICHARD GREAVES . Secretary ROBERT BREYFOGLE Treasurer DR. FRANCES THORNTON Sponsor DER DEUTSCHE VEREIN VICTOR MASSEY President JAMES DATOR Vice President KENNETH WING Secretary FRED MURRAY Treasurer DR. FRANCES THORNTON Sponsor FIRST ROW: Gabriela Molina, Julian Murphy, Miss Charlotte Smith. SECOND ROW: James Clem- ents, Bill Rice, Frank Warren, Richard Greaves, Dr. Thornton, Ken Wing, Victor Massey. Fred Murray, Bob Crowe. MEMBERS (Not shown) LA FRANCIADE: Beighley, Breylogle. Chris- tie, Heney, Houser, Lewis, Pittman, Win- ningham; Associate Members: Feinsod. Per- ry, Thompkins. ■B DEUTSCHE VEREIN: Andrews, Dator; Associate Members: Bloodworth, Cochran, Hancock. McClain, McCorkle. Peterson, Rut- ledre. Slough, Wilcox. theta alpha phi OFFICERS ROBERT HUFFMAN President SUSAN WILSON Vice President BETTY LAND Secretary ONA BARFIELD Treasurer JOY NICHOLS Historian IRVING C. STOVER Faculty Advisor The purposes of Theta Alpha Phi are to increase interest, stimulate creative- ness, and foster artistic achievement in all of the allied arts and crafts of the theatre. MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITATE Carolyn Baltzer Howard Merrill Evelyn Hall Jacquelyn Rich Ray Hyde Ruth Shannon JoAn May IN FACULTATE Howard L. Bateson Ray Jordan J. OUie Edmunds Clarence L. Menser Harold M. Gifiin Allyn Thompson Virginia E. Gitlin FIRST ROW: Rachel Perry. John Kalas. Howard Merrill, Pete Peterson. SECOND ROW: John Swisher, Selwyn Kilgore, Charles Powers, Dr. John Conn, Kenneth Wing, Dr. J. V. Vaughen. Wayne Price. Dr. L. Thompkins. Francis Monaco. ABSENT: Bruce Lane. OFFICERS JOHN KALAS President HOWARD MERRILL Vice President RACHEL PERRY Secretary PETE PETERSON Treasurer DR. JOHN CONN Faculty Sponsor DR. J. V. VAUGHEN DR. L. THOMPKINS Faculty Members | gamma i g m a e p s i 1 o n Gamma Sigma Epsilon is a national honorary chemistry fraternity, the object of which is to increase interest and scholarship in chemistry. kappa delta Kappa Delta Pi is a national honorary educational fraternity, endeavoring to foster high standards of preparation for teaching and to invite into bonds of fellowship those who have attained excellence of scholarship and distinction of achievement as students and servants of Education. Wayne Price, Frances Hall. Gloria Kline. Carolyn Shealey. Marilyn Purvis, Dr. Ray Sowers. Dr. R. L. Carter, Anita Edenlield, Mariam Katiba, Joyce Pixley, Mrs. John Hicks. Jackie Rich, Madeline Dinkins. OFFICERS MARIAM KATIBA President JO AN MAY Vice President ONA BARFIELD Secretary LARRY BOTTOM Treasurer ANNETTE WILLCOX Historian ANITA EDENFIELD Program Chairman ROGER DANCZ Publicity Chairman DR. R. L. CARTER Faculty Adviser MEMBERS Not pictured Ona Bartield. Larry Bottom. Franklin Carver, Becky Cavarnos, Roger Dancz. Liz Davis. Marjorie Hathaway, Mrs. O. H. Johnson. Goldie Kreitzer. JoAn May. Nancy Smith, Helen M. Torrance, Shirley Turner, Annette Willcox. Faculty: Miss Susie Bellows and Rupert Long- street. FIRST ROW: Carolyn Daniel, Joan Lovan. Carolyn Cole, Homer Cooksey, lane Jackson, Mariam Katiba, Gloria Nix, Robin Hooper. SECOND ROW: lane Miller. Rosalind Fordham. Ginger Booth, Bobbi Harris, Alice Cole, Ona Barfield, Shirley Underwood. Kath- ryn Rand, Ollie Campbell, Barbara Phillips. Marcia Talbert, Francis Greene, Barbara Martin. THIRD ROW: Herb Willcox. Bernie Cochran. Jack Nease, Harry Rutledge. Ken Wing. George White, Bill Scrantom, Bob Kimbrough. sigma pi a p p a OFFICERS HOMER COOKSEY President PAT MERRITT Vice President MARCIA TARBERT Secretary JANE JACKSON Treasurer ROGER DANCZ Program Chairman TOM MAHAFFEY Publicity Chairman OLLIE CAMPBELL Social Chairman Sigma Pi Kappa is the honorary journalistic fraternity consisting of outstanding members of student publications. Its purposes are to promote the best interests of college publications and to establish and encourage a higher type of journalism. Suzanne Crawiord Roger Dancz Skip Eddings loan Garrison lack Griffith MEMBERS Not pictured Ray Hyde Joanne Kinsloe Tom Mahaffey Victor Massey Pat Merritt Julian Murphy Del Stuart Horace Taylor Curtis Wilcox Pat Wodischek COCHRAN SCRANTOM CHRISTIE TRATFORD phi alpha theta OFFICERS HENRY L. MARTIN President FRANK STOCKTON Vice President DICK LASSITER Secretary JERRY FINE Program Chairman MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITATE Laurier Beard June Dillard Bill Scrantom Oliver Campbell Jerry Fine Frank Stockton Bernard Cochran Frances Hall Steve Stratford Bob Christie Dick Lassiter Bill Warden Virginia Davis Henry Martin Jack Morgan IN FACULTATE Sue Wilson Prof. John E. Johns Dr. Gilbert Lycan Col. J. T. Rhett Prof. Harry S. Winters MARTIN LASSITER FINE Betty Land. Isabelle Moss. Dr. A. M. Winchester, Dorothy Fuller. Pearl Sargent. Shirley Stokes. Thomas Eeachum. Jim Cai beta beta beta Beta Beta Beta, an affiliated society of The American Society for the Advancement of Science, was founded in 1922 at Oklahoma City Univer- sity. Beta Xi, the Stetson chapter, which was ac- cepted into the national organization in 1946, is one of seventy-seven chapters established in uni- versities in the United States, in the Carribbean region, and in Asia. Their purpose is to form hon- orary societies for students of the biological sciences and thereby to stimulate sound scholar- ship, to promote the dissemination of scientific truth, and to encourage investigation in the life sciences. OFFICERS ARVID PETERSON President LLOYD ANDERSON Vice President META RABE Secretary ISABELLE MOSS Historian DR. A. M. WINCHESTER Sponsor MEMBERS, NOT PICTURED Frank Alexander John Kalas Roswell Bushnell Francis Monaco WiUiam Cox Arvid Peterson Bill Edwards Meta Rabe Richard Higgins Bonnie Smith. Lloyd Anderson, Judy Walker. Selwyn Kilgore. Rachel Perry. Donald Jewell. Bruce Lane, Carolyn Miller. SITTING: Jerry Gallagher. Spike Israel. Sonny Parrish, Al Daub. Rod Lonsinger. Marti Rossi. Jim King. Bob Doty, and Walt Jasinski. STANDING, FIRST ROW: Walt Golde. Dave Laude. " Doc " Johnson. Guido Tambur. B. J. Leathers. Kermit Coble, Bobby Marks. Willi Han, Joe Raifaele. and Lou Paar. SECOND ROW: Jack Smith, Jack Oksnee. Fulmer Armstrong, Clarence Hughes, Tom Gibson, Buck Hendry. Herb Werner. Dick Reinking. Bill Johnson. Ron Fazekas. Ron DeLilla. Pete Peterson. Jim Taveniere, and Don Martin. Guido Tambur. TREASURER; B. J. Leathers, VICE PRESIDENT; Kermit Coble. PRESI DENT; Bobby Marks. SOCIAL VICE PRES IDENT. Not Pictured: Bill Byrom. SECRE TARY. HH» II ffl ■ STETSON THURSDAY. OCTOBER A BARFIELD Co-Editor BILL EDWARDS Co-Edito. THE FOOTPRINTS of the fraternity men and women as they passed back and forth through the year to their parties and meetings. s S - ' " w M ! i - ' ft 4 panhellenic council CAROLYN BALTZER President HELEN GRIMSLEY Vice President JOAN MACE Secretary ANN KINSEY Treasurer ANN GATL1N Social Chairman Alpha XI " Comic Characters " The Golden Arrow Bowery Tri-Delt " Pink-Elephant Party " Three Phi Mu Ladies ALPHA XI DELTA Carolyn Baltzer Mary Jo Braddy Robin Hooper DELTA DELTA DELTA Ann Gatlin Elly MacAlester Joy Nichols PHI MU Carolyn Daniel Helen Grimsley Marilyn Purvis " We ' re in Zeta Heaven " PI BETA PHI Marcia Burris Mary DeLoney Joan Mace ZETA TAU ALPHA Betty Flippo Ann Kinsey Jeanne Maxcy alpha v i del t a FOUNDED: Lombard College, Galesburg, Illinois, 1893 OMEGA May, 1917 COLORS: Double Blue and Gold FLOWER: Kilarney Rose PUBLICATIONS: Alpha Xi Delta and Quill Points A OFFICERS ROBIN HOOPER President ISABELLE MOSS Vice President FARRAR SHULTZ EDWARDS Recording Secretary BARBARA PRIMM Corresponding Secretary NANCY STILLWELL Treasurer MARY JO BRADDY Pledge Trainer CAROLYN BALTZER Membership Chairman JOHNOLA MUSGROVE Social Chairman MARCIA TARBERT House Chairman ACTIVE CHAPTER PLEDGE CHAPTER Carolyn Baltzer Mary Jo Braddy Alice Cole Farrar Schultz Edwards Mary Katherine Foster Robin Hooper Dorothy Ann Johnson Barbara Martin Pat Merrill Johnola Musgrove Betty Jean McDonald Nancy Peters Barbara Primm Shirley Stokes Barbara Veatch Nell Bowers Boerner Butts Virginia Davis Margaret Feinsod Betty Grindey Jane Jackson Nancy Lightloot JoAn May Isabelle Moss Jean McCormick Fran Owen Jane Poole Nancy Stillwoll Marcia Tarbert Pat Burhans Betty Jean Henderson Edith Lathrop Lynn Pier Wilma Thompson Marilyn Wentworth Iris Harvey Barbara Johnson Joan Lovan Florence Smith June Watts Pat Wodischek IN FACULTATE Miss Dorothy Fuller Mrs. Virginia E. Giifen Mrs. Mary Tribble Lowry OMEGA CHAPTER — r j ; yz Robin. Isabelle. Barbara. Farrar. Carolyn, and Nancy The Pledge Clas CAROLYN NELL MARY JO BOERNER ALICE VIRGINIA FARRAR SCHULTZ MARGARET MARY KATHERINE BETTY ROBIN JANE DOROTHY BARBARA JOAN PAT ISABELLE JOHNOLA BETTY JEAN FRAN NANCY JANE NANCY SHIRLEY MARCIA BARBARA PAT IRIS EDITH JOAN FLORENCE WILMA PAT delta delta delta FOUNDED: Boston University, Boston, Mass., 1888 ALPHA DELTA May, 1913 COLORS: Silver, Gold, and Blue FLOWEH: Pansy PUBLICATIONS: Trident and The Contact A A A OFFICERS ELLY MacALESTER President CHARLOTTE NAYLOR Vice President MARY LOUISE MORRIS Recording Secretary SHIELA DYSON Treasurer JEANNE GAILBREATH Chaplain DOROTHY WILDE ... Marshal ANN GATLIN Rush Chairman ACTIVE CHAPTER PLEDGE CHAPTER Joyce Abrahamson Shiela Dyson Jeanne Gailbreath Evelyn Hall Jessie Heney Elly MacAIester Charlotte Naylor Jean Phimister Jean Rosenstone Robin Smith Kathleen Tillis Edith Baker Nancy Eddings Ann Gatlin Doris Hart Joanne Kinsloe Mary Louise Morris Joy Nichols Ann Roberson Dorothy Ross Nancy Theobald Dorothy Wilde Elizabeth Anderson Ridgely Doane Jeanette Fox Mary Gardiner Carolyn Kennedy Winona Miller Barbara Ortt Helen Radloii Carolyn Shealy Midge Thomas Mrs. Sara Jernigan Eleanor Turck IN FACULTATE Shirley Bassett Sallie Doswell Dolores Galicke Annearle Isom Jeanne Marcell Carolyn Morgan Betty Polk Barbara Rohn Helen Thayer Maribel Tucker Miss Esther Hick ALPHA DELTA CHAPTER Charlotte. Elly. Mary Lou. Sheila, and Jeanne The Tops JOYCE EDITH SHEILA NANCY JEAN ANN EVELYN PECK JOAN ELLY MARY LOU CHARLOTTE JOY JEAN ROBIN NANCY KATHY DOT ELIZABETH SHIRLEY RIDGELY SALLIE JEANETTE DOLORES MARY CAROLYN JEANNE WINONA CAROLYN BARBARA BETTY HELEN BARBARA CAROLYN MIDGE MARIBEL phi 111 u FOUNDED: Wesleyan College, Macon, Ga., 1852 ALPHA XI March 9, 1949 COLORS: Rose and White FLOWER: Enchantress Carnation PUBLICATION: The Aglaia M OFFICERS MARILYN PURVIS President CAROLYN DANIEL Vice President SHIRLEY TURNER Recording Secretary ROBERTA PEMBLE Corresponding Secretary DOLORES GRAY Treasurer JOYCE CARMAN Pledge Trainer ACTIVE CHAPTER PLEDGE CHAPTER Gloria Bowman Helen Ccrrmichael Carolyn Daniel Dolores Gray Betty Grover Julie Mikell Pattye Quirk Shirley Turner Barbra Boyles Joyce Carman Joan Garrison Helen Grimsley Gloria Kline Roberta Pemble Marilyn Purvis Shirley Williams Virginia Booth Delores Gough Judith Keesling Betty McKee Eleanor Stone Rita Treon Sue Ebert Betty Hagood Jane Miller Mary Seeley Jo Ann Stoutenberg Sherrill Underwood ALPHA XI CHAPTER 1 BETTY MARY ELEANOR JOANN RITA EHERRILL pi beta phi FOUNDED: Monmouth College, Monmouth, Illinois 1867 FLORIDA ALPHA Jan., 1913 COLORS: Wine and Silver Blue FLOWER: Wine Carnation PUBLICATION: The Arrow ■OtT OFFICERS JOAN MACE President SUE WILSON Vice President MARILLYN CRAIG Recording Secretary MARGARET PARTIN Corresponding Secretary LAURA LANGUISH Treasurer MERRILEE MIDDLETON Pledge Trainer ACTIVE CHAPTER PLEDGE CHAPTER Barbara Bailey Barbara Brock Jane Chapman Carolyn Cole lean Green Betty Land Laura Languish Joan Mace Ann Millican Gloria Parks Kalheryn Rand Anne Russell Olive Smith Paddy Verdery Jane Bass Marcia Burris Marillyn Craig Mary Deloney Flo Kibler Barbara Jo Lannom Billie Lee Lohman Merrilee Middleton Ann Northern Margaret Partin Barbara Jean Robbins Barbara Rutter Marilyn Talton Judy Walker Ruby Jo Darr Bobbi Harris Betty Lou Partin Barbara Sullivan IN FACULTATE Katherine Dubose Barbara Compton Gloria Nix Ginger Rich Barbara Wooten Ray Jordan FLORIDA ALPHA kl ' Laura, Joan, Margaret, Sue, and Marillyn A wedding party JANE BARBARA MARCIA JANE MARILLYN CAROLYN MARY FLO BETTY BARBARA JO LAURA BILLIE LEE JOAN MERR1LEE ANN M. ANN N. GLORIA MARGARET KATHERYN BARBARA JEAN ANNE OLIVE MARILYN SUE BARBARA RUBY JO BOBBI PADDY GLORIA LOU GINGER BARBARA zeta tail alpha FOUNDED: Virginia State Normal School, Oct., 1889 % o F F I C E R S BETA PSI - " " JEANNE MAXCY . S Rjfi 1934 DOROTHY FUGATE I Vl y , COLORS: 3 BUNNIE STEVENS . %fe£ Steel Gray and ANN KINSEY . . Turquoise FLOWER: White Violet LIZ DAVIS .... BETTY FLIPPO CHRISSY GRAY . . . Ritual Chairman PUBLICATION: M Themus ZAi ACTIVE CHAPTER PLEDGE CHAPTER Ona Barfield Norma Faye Brown Billie Jean Beale Anita Edenfield Becky Cavamos Mary Elizabeth Davis Kate Ellis Rosalind Fordham Betty Flippo Dorothy Fugate Betty Harvey Louise Jeffries Evelyn Gordon Chrissy Gray Betty Layiield Ann Myers Ann Kinsey Betty Lynn Betty Reedy Betty Roberts Jeanne Maxcy Virginia Milligan Lillian Toole Patsy Walker Bunnie Stevens Sue Warren Rosie Wetherington Virginia Zigler Jane Wilson IN FACULTATE Etter Turner Frances Thornton ETA PSI CHAPTER Mfip k 1 1 Chrissy. Betty. D. D., Jeanne, Bunnie, and Ann Winter Wonderland LIZ BETTY DOROTHY EVELYN CHRISSY ANN BETTY JEANNE VIRGINIA BUNNIE BILLIE JEAN ANITA KATE ROSALIND BETTY LOUISE BETTY ANN BETTY BETTY LILLIAN PATSY JANE VIRGINIA inter fraternity council OFFICERS BJARNE ANDERSON President BOB MATTHEWS Vice President JAMES NANCE Secretary HORACE SMITH Treasurer Pi Kap Swim Good Prediction Sig Eps at Home DELTA SIGMA PHI Don Eakin Duane Quick Harry Rutledge PI KAPPA ALPHA Tom Gibson Dave Laude SIGMA NU loe Carlton Ted Grissett Bob Matthews LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Paul Lee Jim Seymour PI KAPPA PHI Bob Doty Francis Greene Mickey Walker SIGMA PHI EPSILON Clarence Hughes Horace Smith Ken Wing delt a sigma phi A © OFFICERS DON EAKIN President DUANE QUICK Vice President BILL EDWARDS Recording Secretary HARRY RUTLEDGE Corresponding Secretary CHUCK REA Treasurer DICK TOOLE SergeantatArms ROGER WEINACKER Pledge Master GUIDO TAMBUR Assistant Pledge Master SAL MANFREE Social Chairman BILL ROBERTS Chaplain ROGER DOBSON House Manager W. Y. MICKLE Chapter Advisor IN FACULTATE President J. Ollie Edmunds Dr. Harry Garwood W. Y. Mickle Dean Lemuel Haslup Allyn Thompson Sidney Taylor ACTIVES Fred Beighley Bob Brisson Ernie Carlton Roger Dobson Don Eakin Bill Edwards Al Fritz Ervin Haygood Ray Helton Dick Higgins Tack Holt Jack Kern Jerry Kibbe Tony Kovdcs Joe Lewicki Sal Manlre Ed McClaran John McCorkle Charles Nelson Duane Quick Ed Quirk Joe Rafiaele Chuck Rea Bill Roberts George Robinson Harry Rutledge George Stedronsky Ed Stephany Steve Stratford Guido Tambur Dick Toole Roger Weinacker PLEDGES Hank Boyer Yancy Byrd Tony Fakass Bill Fincher Al Fletcher Jim Forbes Walt Golde Dick Greaves John Henry Jones Ronnie McCabe Bill Morser Porter Peaden Dick Poggioli Dick Reinking Jack Smith Pierre Steward Ronnie Walker Bob While Duval Woodford Duane. Bill. Dick. Prof.. Roger. Sal. Harry. Chuck. Don. Bill, Roger, and Guido. FOUNDED City College of New York, 1899 ALPHA CHI 1925 COLORS Nile Green and White FLOWER White Carnation PUBLICATION Carnation ALPHA CHI CHAPTER BEIGHLEY BRISSON DOBSON EAKIN EDWARDS FRITZ HELTON HIGGINS KOVACS LEWICKI MANFREE McCLARAN MISS MARILYN NELSON 1951 Sweetheart McCORKLE QUICK QUIRK RAFFAELE ROBERTS RUTLEDGE STEPHANY STRATFORD TAMBUR TOOLE WEINACKER FLETCHER GREAVES McCABE MORSER PEADEN POGGIOLI SMITH STEWARD WALKER WOODFORD lambda alpha A OFFICERS LAURIER A. BEARD President PHILIP ASHABRANER Vice President GEORGE HARTH Secretary CHARLES LOVELL Treasurer HARRY HONSBERGER Social Chairman PAUL LEE Rush Chairman JOHN DAME Ritual Chairman A Wallace Allbritton John Applebee Bjarne Anderson Philip Ashabraner Joseph Bailey Laurier Beard Robert Beazley Gordon Cooper John Dame Roger Dance Howard Gold Lee Drury Joseph Elliott George Harth ACTIVES John Hodges Harry Honsberger Ray Hyde Ross Kenna Richard Lassiter Paul Lee Charles Lovell Tony Monkiewicz Merton Reddick John Root James Seymour Frank Smith James Van Selus John Wing Jack Clausen Al Huckleberry PLEDGES Joseph McClain James Phillips Al Palmer Dick Prieur Bill Rice Dan Sims Ira Youngblood IN FACULTATE Kenneth Ballenger Dr. Leo Spurrier Robert Chauvin Dr. Leonard Tompkins Harry. Roger, Phil. Lourier, George. Paul, and John. FOUNDED Boston University, 1909 ZETA TAU April 23, 1949 COLORS Purple, Green and Gold FLOWER White Rose PUBLICATION Cross and Crescent ZETA TAU ZETA ALBRITTON APPLEBEE ANDERSON ASHABRANER BEARD BEASLEY COOPER COWLEY DAME DANCE DRURY ELLIOTT HARTH HODGES HONSBERGER HYDE 1 ar, J3 i j4k MISS RUTH MARY DICKSON 1951 QUEEN McCOLLISTER MONKIEWICZ REDDICK SEYMOUR SMITH THOMPKINS VAN SELUS WING CLAUSEN HUCKLEBERRY McCLAIN PALMER PHILLIPS PRIEUR IK pi kappa alph OFFICERS THOMAS HALL GIBSON. JR President TOLBERT FRANCIS HOBSON. JR Vice President CHARLES HAROLD WILLIAMS Secretary ROBERT MATTHEW MARKS Treasurer JOHN EMMETT GALLAGHER Sergeant-at-Arms SYLVAN JOSEPH DAVIS. JR Historian SIDNEY H. TAYLOR Faculty Advisor a Sylvan Joseph Davis. Jr. Harry Alexander Evertz III John Emmett Gallagher Thomas Hall Gibson. Jr. ACTIVES Tolbert Francis Hobson, Jr. David Allen Laude Robert Matthew Marks Joseph Daniel McLeod Herman Josef Morton James Homer Nance Charles Harold Williams Charles Appel Robert Alexander Freeze Richard Joseph Friedman Billy Joe Leathers PLEDGES Joseph Peter McNulty Charles Harold Powers. Jr. Tommy Denzel Shields Benjamin Franklin Singletary Dominic Alfred Troiano George Irving Wilde James Earnest Yonge FOUNDED University of Virginia, IE DELTA UPS1LON March 30, 1951 COLORS Garnet and Gold FLOWER Lily of the Valley PUBLICATION Shield and Diamond DELTA UPSILON CHAPTER DAVIS EVERTZ GIBSON HOBSON LAUDE MARKS McLEOD NANCE MISS ROBIN HOOPER 1951 Dream Girl APPEL FREEZE FRIEDMAN LEATHERS POWERS TROIANO WILDE YONGE Yeah PiKA! " Kick ' em a lick! " WELCOME... PIKES ' iiTTrti ■■ ii. p 1 a p p a phi ■Dff K Glenn Andrews Steve Berry Gene Brasher Bill Byrom Bernard Cochran Fred Conway Jim Dator Frank Deen Bob Doty OFFICERS BOB DOTY Arehon BILL BYROM Treasurer BERNARD COCHRAN Secretary FRED ELLINOR Chaplain TOM MAHAFFEY Historian FRED CONWAY Warden Ray Dunne Fred Ellinor Jim Gerretson Francis Greene Ted Heisig Walt lasinski Buzz Johnson John Lauer ACTIVES Tom Mahaliey Cooper Matthews Charles Patterson Arvid Peterson John Phillip Charles Richardson Bill Rogers Marty Rossi Carl Shaier Bill Sloan Merrill Smith Jim Taveniere Charles Turner Al Varn Mickey Walker Bill Wren Jim Young PLEDGES John Arnold Bruce Benedict John Bohanon Don Bohren Jim Carlin Jimmy Clements Ron Clonts Jack Coldiron Ely Crim Herb Dorsett Dave Early Elwyn Edwards Fred Eubler Gerald Grey James Hahn Bob Hanson Charles Hartung Walter Hawkins Bill Hester Bill Holley Roy Hostetter Buddy Krause Tom LeClere Jack Morgan Ernest Murphy Charles Myers John Sewell Dick Sorenson Frank Warren Ed Weldon Bob Wilbur Dean Benson Davis Dr. William E. Duckwitz IN FACULTATE Dr. Howard L. Bateson Harold M. Giffin Col. John T. Rhett Carl H. Johnson E. B. Crim Rupert Longstreet Fred C, Bernie. Bob. Bill, Fred E.. and Tom ■i FOUNDED College of Charleston, 1904 CHI May 6, 1921 ■ . COLORS f5 Gold and White s FLOWEH Red Rose PUBLICATION Star and Lamp C H I CHAPTER ANDREWS BERRY BRASHER BYROM COCHRAN CONWAY DATOR DEEN DOTY ELLINOR GERRETSON GREENE HEISIG JASINKSI JOHNSON LAUER MAHAFFEY PATTERSON PETERSON PHILIP RICHARDSON ROGERS ROSSI SLOAN TAVENIERE TURNER VARN WHEN YOUNG ARNOLD BENEDICT BOHANAN BOHREN CLEMENTS CLONTS COLDIRON CRIM EARLY GREY HANSON HAWKINS HESTER KRAUSE LeCLERE MORGAN MURPHY MYERS WARREN WELDON WILBUR sigma no M OFFICERS WALLACE E. GRISSETT Commander WILLIAM G. SCRANTOM Lieutenant Commander JOHN B. MAGRUDER Recorder GEORGE F. JOCHEM Treasurer JERRY D. HOPKINS Chaplain ACTIVES Robert R. Baker George W. Carlton Jack W. Collins Mitchell G. Edwards Jack S. Griffith Wallace E. Grissett Richard B. Hendry Jerry D. Hopkins George F. Jochem James E. King John B. Magruder Robert E. Mathews. Jr. Kenneth W. Mcintosh Ulmer H. Parrish Delbert C. Reinke George L .Royal William G. Scrantom. Jr. Robert A. Smith Herbert E. Stenstrom Columbus S. Stephens. Jr. Delmar G. Stuart James W. Watson George J. White, Jr. Curtis N. Wilcox Kenneth L. Blakeslee William I. Harris PLEDGES Daniel W. Mann Jack W. Nease Harry A. Usher Arnold B. Sherman George T. Singeltary a 404 FOUNDED Virginia Military Institute, 1! DELTA MU 1913 COLORS Black, White and Gold FLOWER White Rose PUBLICATION The Delta (kfs ? DELTA M U CHAPTER CARLTON COLLINS EDWARDS GRIFFITH HOPKINS KING MATHEWS Mcintosh PARRISH REINKE SCRANTOM STEPHENS WHITE WILCOX HARRIS NEASE SHERMAN SINGELTARY USHER D Relaxing between classes sigma phi epsiloo m OFFICERS CLARENCE B. HUGHES President CLARENCE W. LITTLETON Vice President JAMES W. NOWLIN Secretary CARROLL LEWIS Comptroller RONALD FAZEKAS Guard KEN WING Historian BRUNO DiGIULIAN Chaplain Dr. J. V. VAUGHN Faculty Advisor ACTIVES Henry Blasik Duke Chaffee William Cuddy Brune DiGiulian Ronald Fazekas Frank Fernandez William Flowers John Fromberger Roy Hansen Gene Hill Clarence Hughes Don larrell Bruce Lane Louis Kurz Carroll Lewis Clarence Littleton lames Nowlin Jack Scott Robert Scott Horace Smith Melvin Smith Robert Steffins Gus Surprennant Al Weissleder Ken Wing IN FACULTATE Edward C. Furlong Alfred Daub Bill McBrayer Ray McClure PLEDGES Louis Parr Charles Rose Cliff Revell Don Smith Elbert Smith Laurence Williard Bruno, Bud. Hugo, Carroll, and Whitey FOUNDED Richmond University, 1901 BETA 1945 COLORS Dark Red and Purple FLOWER Red Roses and Violets PUBLICATION Journal FLORIDA BETA HANSEN HILL HUGHES Paul MacAlester and the 1951 Queen of Hearts ELLY MacALESTER JARRELL KURZ LANE LEWIS LITTLETON NOWLIN SCOTT. J. SCOTT. R. SMITH, H. SMITH. M. SURPRENNANT WEISSLEDER WING McCLURE PAAR REVELL WILLIARD stray greeks OFFICERS BILL METCALF President ELISE TATUM Vice President WILLA WATSON Secretary-Treasurer BOB ANDERSON Social Chairman HOWARD SMITH Parliamentarian The Stray Greek organized in September.- 1951. It is to this organization that transfer stu- dents are drawn. The present organization has students from 18 different colleges and univer- sities and representatives from 1 1 different national Greek o rganizations. ALPHA CHI OMEGA MARGARET JORDAN FSU ELISE TATUM FSU ALPHA DELTA PI PAT PICKLE Miami GAMMA EPSILON SIGMA HOWARD SMITH St. Johns DELTA TAU DELTA JIM COLE Michigan IKE ANDERSON FSU KAPPA ALPHA WILL PRICE Florida KAPPA DELTA WILLA WATSON Denver KAPPA EPSILON BILL ELLIOTT Florida SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON BOB ANDERSON Alleghany JACK IMAND Miami BOB KNOWLES Florida BILL METCALF Emory SIGMA ALPHA IOTA DNARDA NELSON Carthage SIGMA CHI JIM HARRELL South Carolina JOE RHODES Florida THETA CHI BILL BIRMINGHAM Florida THETA TAU OMEGA PAT WOODWARD Western State of Colorado CHI OMEGA MARIAN FLYNN Arizona ANDERSON COLE HARHELL IMAND JORDAN METCALF NELSON PICKLE PRICE SMITH WATSON CADET. LT. JOHN CLAUSEN Co-Editor CADET SGT. TOM LeCLERE Co-Editor THE FOOTPRINTS of the " soldiers, " as they drilled each week at the B.O.Q., marched in the various parades, and led us during Military Week end. ! v R»r v •. fci - COL. ISAAC F. BONIFAY PMS T COLOR GUARD Cpl. lack Wilber, Sgt. Tom LeClere. Cpl. Elbert Smith Sgt. Bob Wilber. the r.o.t.e NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS SFC S. W. Bostick. M Sgt. C. I. Lewis. M Sgt. J. F. Hamlin, and M Sgt. I. G. Mullins. BATTALION STAFF Lt. Col. Elwyn Edwards. Battalion Comdr.; Capt. Robert Huffman, Bat- talion Adjutant; 1st. Lt. Harry Honsberger. 1st. Lieut. John E. Clausen. Jr.. 1st Lt. Robert Scott. M Sgt. Bjarne Anderson. f . — _ O a 11 R. E. KENNA. Jr Captain EDWARD RANDALL Drum Major DEAN BLAIR Supply Sergeant JOHN LAUER Librarian HOWARD SCHMOCK Brass Leader CARL VOLLRATH Reed Leader WALTER HAWKINS Percussion Leader JAMES GERRETSON Assistant Drum Major RICHARD SORENSON Assistant Drum Major Edward Bennett Stephen Berry Donald Bohren Charles Brock Robert Daine Herbert Dorsett Gene Edwards Fred Ellinor Gettise Elliott Milton Jones J. B .McDonald Walter Norden MEMBERS John Phillips Charles Richardson James Rogers Walter Snyder Charles Turner Carl Story Mickey Walker James Young Earl Ratlill George White Jimmy Raines company a CAPT. CARL D. GAFFE Company Commander FIRST LT. MALCOLM L. STEPHENS Executive Offic 3r MISS DIANE FORSHAY Sponsor M SGT. WILLIAM R. HYDE First Sergeant CPL. WILLIAM SCRANTOM Guidon Bearer GLENN ANDREWS First Lieutenant DONN JARRELL . . . Second Lieutenant EDWARD McCLAREN Second Lieutenant VINCENT STADNICK Second Lieutenant ROBERT MARKS Master Sergeant JAMES WATSON Sergeant First Class Charles J. Anderson, Don Barry. Larry Bottom. Gene Bowden. Ronald Clonts, G. C. Ellingsworth, Richard Ellinor, W. D. Girvin. Thomas Gold. Jack Griffith. John B. Hesown, Rod T. Lonsinger. K. W .Mcintosh, Frank Ritter. Anthony Samarkos, George Schriefier, B. F. Singletary, John Smith, Paul Smith, Edwin Weldon. JOSEPH E. BAILEY First Lieutenant WILLIAM TOMLINSON Second Lieutenant CHARLES WILLIAMS Second Lieutenant DONALD MARTIN Master Sergeant JAMES NANCE Sergeant-First Class Ronald Fazekas. Cecil Holley. George Jochem, Donald Johnson, James King, Billy Joe Leathers, Tom Mahalfey, Bill Morser, Porter Peaden, Arvid Peterson. Burbridge Ratlifl. Donald Richardson. William Rob- erts. Harry Rutledge, Jack Schooley, V. C. Vaughen. John T. Wilbur. company CAPTAIN FRANK FERNANDEZ Company Commander FIRST LT. WALLACE GRISSETT Executive Officer MISS BARBARA RUTTER Sponsor M Sgl. CARL JACKSON First Sergeant CPL. AL PALMER Guidon Bearer JOHN IMAND First Lieutenant JOHN DAME Second Lieutenant F. A. GREEN Second Lieutenant ULMER PARRISH Master Sergeant PERRY DuMEZ Sergeant First Class John Brooks, William Byrom. Howard Drane, Gerald Gray, Robert Hanson, Theodore Heisig, A. G. Huckleberry, R. W. Lassiter, John Magruder, Ronald McCabe. Joseph D. McLeod, Charles Myers, Alton Palmer, Delbert Reinke. Blynn Reiker, Russell Sandberg, John Sewell, Rutherford Shuman. Melvin Smith, Stafford Wing. HORACE WING First Lieutenant JACK COLLINS Second Lieutenant JOHN HODGES Second Lieutenant LEE DRURY Master Sergeant BILL JOHNSON Sergeant First Class John Arnold, Harold Epperson, Jerry Gallagher, Charles Harris, Roy Hostetter. John Houston, Dave Laude, Robert Mathews, Louis Paar, Richard Reinking, L. W. Ritch. Franklin Smith, Richard Sotak, Michael Torba, Dallas Weekly, James Whittle, Curtis Wilcox, Lawrence Wil- lard, Ira Youngblood. company c CAPTAIN SYLVAN DAVIS Company Commander FIRST LT. CARROLL LEWIS Executive Officer MRS. BETTY JANE DAVIS Sponsor M SGT. JOE MARTIN First Sergeant CPL. CHARLES LOVELL Guidon Becrrer JIM SEYMOUR First Lieutenant CLARENCE HUGHES Second Lieutenant SOL ISRAEL Second Lieutenant JULIUS PETRUSKA Master Sergeant PAUL LEE Sergeant First Class Charles Appel, Robert Baker, Henry Boyer, Gene Brasher, Yancy Byrd, B. E. Clary. W. H. Cobb, Alfred Daub, Roger Dobson, Albert Fletcher., Richard Friedman. Allan Fritz, Bill Garrett. R. N. Ginrich, Willi Han, William Harris, Jerry Hopkins, Duane Quick, A. Bell Sher- man, P. Lee Stewart, A. G. Varn, George Wilde. ROY KENNINGTON First Lieutenant C. E. BOYD Second Lieutenant J. T. RUSSEL . . . Second Lieutenant E. V. SHEFFIELD Second Lieutenant TOM GIBSON Master Sergeant RICHARD HENDRY Sergeant First Class David Compton. Walter Golde, Raymond Helton, Gerald Kibbe. Earl Looman, Dan Mann, Joe McClain, Ernest Murphy, Jack Oksnee, Charles Powers, Bill Rice, Ray Rutledge, William Smith. Larry Strace- ner, Richard Toole, Ronald Walker, Bruce Warden, H. C. Werner, Robert N. Wilbur, Robert W. Zinn. MRS. LAVONNE EDWARDS for LT. Col. Elwyn Edwards MRS. BETTY JANE DAVIS for Capt. Sylvan Davis MISS DIANE FORSHAY for Capt. Carl D. Gaffe MISS BARBARA RUTTER for Capt. Frank Fernandez sponsors MISS MARGARET FEINSOD for Capt. R. E. Kenna, Jr. MISS SHIRLEY STOKES for The Color Guard MRS. MERRILY HUFFMAN for Capt. ' Ro bert Huffman ANNE RUSSELL Editor )OTPRINTS of the Stetson students and sors entered in the many activities of the campus throughout the school term. n vaf tk ) " MARTHA " THE PERFECT WAY TO STUDY OPERA WORKSHOP CAST: Audrey Leacock. Betly Lynn. Ernie Murphy, Jack Cold- iron, Dick Lassiter. Carroll Hart, Stafford Wing, Sylvia Griffis, Jean Wright, Mrs. Carr, Sue Warren, Nancy Lightfoot, Dolores Hancock, Joan Stoutenburgh, Ron Clonts and Professor Ballenger. Not Pictured: Elizabeth Osborne, opera workshop Opera Workshop was founded at Stetson in 1950 for the purpose of introducing opera to the student through active participation. Its aim is to produce " singing actors " rather than merely singers. A minimum of scenery and costumes is used. All scenes are sung in English. " LA BOHEME " " ELIJAH " " CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA ' stover theatre UIJBS the bteUon station In addition to offering courses in Radio Instruction, the Uni- versity owns its own Standard Broadcast station, WJBS, operat- ing at 1490 kilocycles and affiliated with the National Broad- casting Company. Pictured here is the Reception Room, the bank of transmitting and monitoring equipment, the switching and control point, and one of the studios. It is possible for students of the Radio Instruction courses to watch professional radio workers in their jobs of announcing, engineering, copy- writing, selling and administration. The University ' s Director of Radio, Dr. C. L. Menser, is General Manager; Lauren Mickle is Station Manager, and Bob Walton is Commercial Manager. 7% II s fine arts festival DR. A. D. GRAEFFE Lecturer and Musician DR. HOWARD HANSON Conductor and Composer GERTRUDE LIPPINCOTT Modern Dancer religious focus week J. P. Allen. Robert S.Denny. Martha L. Franks. Mrs. John H. Jones. W. Howard Lee. Robert Norman. Arnold Ohrn, William Hall Preston, lack Robin- son. George Schweitzer. Estelle Slater. Fred Smith. James A. Stewart. J. R. White. D LET SCHWEITZER OUT OF HIS CAGE? POSING. DR. OHRN DENNY AND COMPANY GOOD JOKE, NO? AT EASE Wt JLfi nkl iTiVv-o ' .- i % ■ : THE CITY OF DeLAND and DeLAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Offer Congratulations to the Graduating Class of STETSON UNIVERSITY DeLand is located in the ridge section of east Central Florida, 1 10 miles south of Jacksonville, four miles east to the picturesque St. Johns River, famous for its black bass fishing, and twenty-two miles to the renowned beaches of the Atlantic seaboard. Being centrally located practically every point of interest in the state may be visited within one day ' s drive. DeLand enjoys a delightful year-round climate. There is scarcely a day that the sun does not shine, sending forth its ultra-violet rays. Children grow strong and sun-tanned, the older people add years to their life ' s span. DeLand is a beautiful city, appealing to those of educational and cultural background. It is a friendly city — a city you will like. For Information About DeLand Please Write CHAMBER OF COMMERCE DELAND, FLORIDA 196 T STEl (Spm ' f acl ... a man ' s hat — a hat that really goes to a man ' s head MORE PEOPLE WEAR STETSON HATS THAN ANY OTHER BRAND, 197 DIXON ' S Your Store for — • Art Supplies • Greeting Cards • Stationery • School Supplies I 113 N. Blvd. J I I i i i » i i i i HOWARD OPTICAL CO. PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED ACCURATELY ! J i I I I I I Deland j j 102 S ' ° ran S e Avc i i DIAL 3-1352 (Mezzanine Floor) METCALF BUILDING Orlando CONGRATULATIONS To the 1952 Graduates Here to Serve You CURRY THE FLORIST 1 16 East Indiana I i i i I ! I ! i i ! i i i i i i i i i • i GREEN ' S FUEL OF DELAND 3 39 North Blvd. Phone 1152 We Appreciate the Success You Have Brought Us — Pete and Tom MORRIS RESTAURANT DELAND, FLA. 203 N. BOULEVARD 198 OUR SPECIALTY Reservations and Trips for Stetson Students No Charge — Prompt Service LANIER TRAVEL SERVICE 222 N. BLVD. PHONE 815 I I I ! i i Compliments of F. N. DeHuy Son JEWELERS and SILVERSMITHS A Complete Repair Service 139 N. Boulevard Telephone 270 Get Those FINE SANDWICHES AND MILK SHAKES SHAWHAN ' S PHONE 1027 116 E. RICH i ! J i i i i i i i i GIBBS Ladies ' and Children ' s Ready -to-W ear Ladies ' and Children ' s Shoes PHONE 240 DELAND FLORIDA Best Wishes SUPER MARKETS and Food Stores of Florida 199 Compliments of V. W. GOULD AGENCY REALTORS INSURORS — Since 1907 — 201 N. Boulevard Phone 147 Compliments of Florida Home Gas Co. SERVING CITY GAS TO DeLand - Sanford - Orange City Beyond the Mains SAV - A - GAS L. P. GAS SERVICE Compliments of Mitchell Cleaners E. Rich Ave. Phone 865 Compliments of en-Summerhill Funeral Home J. E. SUMMERHILL, Funeral Director Phone 62 24-Hour Ambulance Service Established 1877 126 East New York Ave. DeLand, Fla. THE BARNETT NATIONAL BANK " A Florida Landmark " DELAND -JACKSONVILLE -AVON PARK COCOA -ST. AUGUSTINE Member Federal Reserve System and F.D.I.C. 200 Compliments of DREKA THEATRE Home Owned Florida Operated The Best Possible Entertainment at All Times OPEN 1:45 DAILY Compliments of ATHENS LAUNDRY 143 EAST VOORHIS DELAND ! i i i i i i ! i i i i i i i i Compliments of BETTY DREKA SHOP Where Stetson Students Are Always Welcome 105 S. Blvd. DeLand, Florida i ! i i i i i i i i i ! i ) j i i i ! ! i i COFFEE JOHN Restaurant For Best Food and Delicious Home Made Pies ANORE TUQET, Prop. 4H South Boulevard — DeLand BILL HOLLER MOTOR SALES Chevrolet Oldsmobile Cadillac " Quality Service Headquarters " Phone 694 - 695 550 South Boulevard DeLand, Florida 201 i ! Compliments of I i i I M Chemical Company outeaire ! j Davtona Beach i i ( Florida j j i i Compliments of Dixie De Lite Do-Nut Shop ♦ 224 NORTH BLVD. PENNEY ' S W0 Sam ■ I i | BRADLEY ' S MUSIC SHOP Telephone 616-J Radios, Phonographs I 214 N. Blvd. I Records, Supplies ► DeLand, Florida OUR MOST SINCERE AIM To Give You The Best in Entertainment in the Most Pleasant and Wholesome Surroundings Congratulations and Best Wishes Athens Theatre and Staff 202 Touchton Drug Co., Inc. Soda - Cosmetics - Prescriptions " Where Friends Meet " PHONE 71 100 S. Boulevard DeLand i i i i i i i i i ! i ! i ! i ! i i i i Supplying Stetson Students for Over 28 Years ALLEN WHITE CO. DELAND, FLORIDA Allen Powers Hardware Hardware 112 S. Blvd. i ! i i I ! i i ROBBIE ' S AUTO SERVICE " We Never Close " STETSON ' S SNACKBAR Paints Plumbing Supplies j j Phone 9123 U.S. Highway 17 92 Phone 131 i i DELAND FLORIDA DOMINICK ' S RESTAURANT 202 N. BLVD. 100 Per Cent Air Conditioned DeLand, Florida " We Appreciate Your Patronage " Dominick (Jimmiei Vitsaras 203 Compliments of JESS MATH AS CLERK CIRCUIT COURT ) i i ! i i i i i i i i ! I i i i ! i i i i i ) i i Compliments of T. H. MOTORS KAISER-FRAZER and HENRY J. DEALER 116 West Rich Phone 833 THE WEST FAMILY of STETSON FLOWER SHOP Wish you the Best of Luck in Everything and THANKS for Being Able TO SERVE YOU i j Phone 59 j Compliments of C. E. BOHREN BARBER SHOP ♦ 134 North Boulevard i i i i i i i i i ! i i i i i i i i i i i ! i i " Best Wishes " From JAY ' S RADIO SERVICE J. J. TILLIS, JR. Stetson 1910 It Pays to Have Your Radio Serviced at JAY ' S 111 W. Indiana Ave. j Phone 990 j j 218 N. Blvd. i ( i ! i i i i i i i i i t i ! i i i ! i ! i i i f i i i i i f i i i i i i i i i i i i BEST WISHES TO THE GLASS OF 1952 WALTER MANN 204 LAUNDERETTE The Automatic Self-Service LAUNDRY 30 MINUTE WASHING AND DRYING ONE AND TWO DAY DRY CLEANING i i 108 West Rich Ave. Phone 1171 For All the Essential BUILDING MATERIALS Jacobs Lumber and Supply Co., Inc. i i „_, j ..,_, j i I ! i ! i i i i i S i i j i i j i i i i i i i ( i FOUNTAINS Central Florida ' s Oldest and Finest Store DELAND FLORIDA .Compliments of Volusia Pharmacy A Walgreen Agency Modern Soda Fountain We Feature: Tussy Yardley Dorothy Perkins Cosmetics S. R. LANGSTON, JR., Manager 121 North Boulevard DeLand, Fla. i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i • i i i i i i i ! i I i i i i i i I I I I i i i i i i S i i i i i i j i ! i j Daytona Beach NEWS -JOURNAL — Publishers — The Morning Journal The Evening Neivs The Sunday News-Journal The Newspaper Read by All VOLUSIA COUNTY , FLORIDA Owners, Operators A.M. WNDB F.M. The Radio Station Listened to by ALL VOLUSIA COUNTY, FLORIDA 1150 On Your Dial 94.5 On Your Dial 205 I i i i i i i i i I • i i i i i i i i i i i ! i PORTRAITS For Every Occasion Patronize Your Advertisers 222 North Boulevard Brengle Studios, Inc. Phone 1621 -J i i i j Bell Motor Company 211 West Rich Phone 1356 Used Car Department 218 South Boulevard Phone 420 Tandy Jones Company CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS Post Office Box 958 Hart, Schaffner Marx Clothes Nunn Bush Shoes Manhattan Shirts Dobbs Hats I i i ! I DELAND FLORIDA ! I FLORIDA ' S FINEST FOOD STORES Lovtrrs i i i i i i ! ! i ! i i i i i i i I i I 135 West New York Avenue 135 North Woodland DELAND FLORIDA 206 Compliments of STOUDENMIRE ' S GROCETERIA 138 N. BLVD. PHONE 389 BEST WISHES FROM YOUR NEAREST NEIGHBOR ' Let Us Supply You With Your Daily Needs " DELAND SUNDRIES i ! i i i ! ! ! i ! i 1 I • i i i i i i i i i f i i T ! i i i i i ! i i i i i ! i i i ! i i i i i i i i Compliments of McCRORY ' S 5 and 10c Store Your Favorite Shopping Center f " BEST FOR LESS " The Best Dressed Coeds Buy Their Hats at PERRY ' S Expert Millinery r Service Veiling, Flowers, Feathers Original Trimmings Velvet Ribbon, Velvet Cord and Other Trimmings " Quality Hats at Reasonable Prices " 237 North Boulevard I ) I i i ! j I i i i i i ! i i i i i i i i i i i i i ! i i i i i i i i i f i i i i i i i i s i i i i ! i ( i i IN DAYTONA for Tennis Equipment Fishing Tackle Golf Clubs Latest in Books It ' s the Daytona Book Store " Buy Where Your Varsity Teams Buy " 207 Congratulations . . . Graduates of the (lass of ' 52 No matter where the path may lead, please accept our best wishes for a I future full of happiness, prosperity and continued good fortune. i FLORIDA BAM AT DELANO Member: Florida National Group Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Atlantic Ice Company PHONE 875 BETTER REFRIGERATION AT LOWER COST See the New . . . AIR CONDITIONED ICE REFRIGERATOR Picnic Chests - Beverage Chests - Cold Boxes Ice Cream Freezers - Water Coolers HORACE HELEY Photographer For the HATTER and all the HATTERS PHONE 913 127 HAST NEW YORK AVENUE Congratulations Seniors - on your achievements to date Especially to those who have visited us we want to extend our best wishes through the co ming years — Ruby Paul GEORGIE BOY ' S STETSON ' S MEETING PLACE OFF THE CAMPUS 208 Compliments of Atlantic National Bank DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA MEMBER OF F.D.I.C. America ' s Best Known Brands Are Featured at IVEY ' S DEPARTMENT STORE DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA EVERYBODY KNOWS IT... j i Experience is the best teacher! I ! And the place to get real, honest-to-goodness j pastoral and mission experience is on the most unique mission field in America — New Orleans! ! Scholarly Faculty Practical Missionary | Effective Evangelism Activities , Offers Standard Degrees I B.D.. Th.M., Th.D.. B.R.E., M.R.E., j B.S.M.. and M.S.M. For Information Write ROLAND Q. LEAVELL. President 1220 Washington Ave. New Orleans 13, La. ! More Power To You ! May the light of knowledge guide you along the pathway of life to success in your chosen field. JohnG. Gravlef, Manager FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION Partners in Florida ' s Progress for More Than 50 Years 210 Congratulations to Graduates of 195 2 from . . . i l Coston ' s Laundry and Dry Cleaning j j Phone 951 224 S. Florida Ave. Compliments of J. A. ROGERS Wall Paper, Paints and Varnishes 128 West Georgia Avenue DELAND. FLORIDA Phone 329 I I Photo by JACK MITCHELL ' HOLLER FOUNTAIN " " An ever-changing blend of colored lights and water formations which is taking its place as a foremost Florida attraction. " INSTALLED BY: HONEYCUTT ELECTRIC CO. PHONE 667 146 W. NEW YORK AVE. CONGRATULATIONS TO SENIORS OF 1952 For: LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS For: BONDS INSURANCE Conrad Lumber Co. The Conrad Company North Delaware Ave. DELAND, FLORIDA Phone 31 1 1 8 West New York Ave. DELAND. FLORIDA Phone 17 211 Compliments of DeLAND COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. wm The DeLand Sun-News IS READ DAILY AND SUNDAY FOR NEWS AND STETSON ACTIVITIES DeLand Camera Shop PREMIER FILM SERVICE " Your Snapshot Headquarters " CAMERAS — SUPPLIES EXPERT FILM FINISHING 142 N. Woodland Blvd. Phone 277-R COMPLIMENTS OF MATHER FURNITURE STORE FURNITURE • RADIOS • APPLIANCES GOOD and BAD Cash or Terms 142 South Boulevard Phone 600 212 COMPLIMENTS OF ' Where Good Food Predominates " Phone 9154 140 N. Boulevard CONDON RESTAURANT | ! Compliments of FRIERSON ' S ON THE BOULEVARD You Can Be Sure if It ' s WliSTINGHOUSE Compliments of DIXIE CLEANERS 140 W. NEW YORK AVENUE All Work Guaranteed " We Call for and Deliver " 20% Discount to Students Orange Belt Pharmacy " Prescription Specialists " Three Licensed Druggists to Serve You Complete Drug and Fountain Service Next to the Dreka Theatre Phc 555 I Feasel Paint and Glass Established 1921 Pittsburgh Paints i i i ! i I Glass • Mirrors • Picture Framing | I DELAND 1 1 1 W. Rich Ave. Phone 626 REAL ESTATE MORTGAGES INSURANCE RALPH BEESLEY Realtor 200 W. Rich Ave. DELAND I Phone 1496 ) i i ! 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